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 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Naples Senior High School are involved and where the om.
administration and faculty has at( FIA HISTORY Decree At Naples High meliorate edu<'at)"iul benefits wy, .

voted unanimously to eliminate are loubtful. ee
senior class trips In the future. Principal WalU e Wodruff ytl
This action was taken during a addel, that such trips n \,>ived
post.plannlng period following No More Class; Jauntsway problems that are often difficult
the i lose: of school June 1. to "Ive. He explained that main
In an announcement made by daises at the senior Ifel are

the teacher group It was revealed busses for the trip cost the class had raised $1,136 to pay This Indicates almost double ex. mixed with high school juniors
the senior class of964! numbered students $550 The steamshiplines bus and boat fares, but dinners pense for a similar trip next "Take a senior faculty sionsor
117 and about 100of these students charged $586 for the trip amounting to about $300 cam spring away from thecUeeroom, andthe(
and acuity sponsors made the from Miami. The students took from the pockets of the stu. The faculty feels that the time underclass members are with
one.day trip to Blminl this year box lunches but had dinner at dents and money spent for such a trip out standard Instruction an i su.
on the lass trip.A a restaurant In Miami at a cost The ,lass of :1965 Is expect cannot be Justified where so many pervteton/' he Nld. cttliiMtM'1.Ml .

survey revealed three Trail. of $2.50 to $3 per person. The ed to number about 190 students students and faculty sponsors problem


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Weather OutlookSome toViet Nam. Gen. Taylor

leaves the post of chair.

cloudiness through 1 man of the Joint Chiefs of

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limbos and early evening

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70, high Friday around '0.

Variable mostly southerly S Giant Manhunt for Rights Workers

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Ar not .:. .'T ua .'Wt\I. ",,"'IIi'I-- WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Allen Dulles, sent to MIsMs.slppl to enter the search area de*
0 ..;&;' ..T" .... o. dent Johnson ordered 200 Marines -
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join today
.. -.\- :-.o; ..; :--... 0 '_ the White House on the ml.slng Later Gregory flared $25,000In
.. f for three civil rights workers workers, conferred at Jackson borrowed money as a reward

MP'The missing In Mississippi with Gov. Paul I). Johnson for the arrest and conviction of
The President's order was an. Dulles, former director of the those responsible for the disappearance
a flounced by George E. Reedy, Central Intelligence Agency, of the three workers.
or White House press secretary, said he did nut plan to come Gregory said he borrowed the
who said the Marines were be. here He told newsmen that money from a Chicago maga-
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ing moved Into the search area President Johnson asked him to tine publisher

near Philadelphia, Miss., from "come down here and talk with In Washington, some 2,000
LONDON (AP-Brltaln plans Meridian where he said they Gov. Johnson and get first hand delegates to the National Association
:.0 sound out North Atlantic had been based. his view of the problems hereon for the Advancement of
Treaty Organization memberson Asked how long the troops law enforcement Colored People convention
} a proposal to man NATO nu. had been at Meridian and The governor praised Dulles marched around the Justice Department
clear planes and surface Instil: whether they had been brought saying "mtm like him are here building in silent pro.
lations as well as ships with there on a standby basis Reedy for the purpose of doing good. test over the disappearance of
crews of mixed nationalities. referred all Inquiries to the De. He has a carte blanche any. the trio.

British officials said the pro. fense Department. where In Mlsilsslppl."
posal will be presented, proba. In addition to the 200 Marines, The civil tights workers-Ml.
I bly next month to the -ommlt.,, AERIAL VIEW OF GOODLAND shows the surrounding shallow bays Reedy said eight military helL. chael Schwerner, 24, and Andy

tee of eight NATO nations In and mangrove shorelines characteristic of the Ten Thousand Islands City Council copiers will Join an augmentedforce Goodman 20, both of New York

Paris which Is studying all area. These Waters are feeding wounds for many forms of inaiine life of FBI agents, federal and James Chanty, 22, a Negro;
phase of the plan for a mixed. marshal and state patrolman from Meridian-were last keen
James D. Neville pointed out to Kotarians yesteiday. (See Story.) The
Facing New in hunting fgy4jathredyonlhswho"
.manned fleet of Polaris surface Sunday night when Chaney paida .
ships originally sponsored by conservationist said that if the bays and mud flats are not protected vanished Sunday night $20 fine, for speeding.

the late President John F. Ken. t from excessive fresh-water runoff and from over-development, shellfish Test On Their flre-gutted station wagon They were In the Philadelphiaarea ,
nedy. and sports fish will be adversely affected. ( McGrath photo ) SignsThe was found Tuesday on the edge in central Mlcslaslppl to : .
of a swamp near Philadelphia. check Into the burning of a Negro ;
next test of the City of ':
church used for civil right .
ROME AP Premier Aldo Naples' sign ordlnanre will come .
( )- THOROUGH SEARCH rallies. : ,,'
Moro said Wednesday night that Neville Speaks In Naples up at next Wednesday's City FBI I"
agent joined In the \
Italy's economic crisis Is cra ordered make
ally being overcome. But he final Bert Plnkston indicates to a completeand
warned against "easy opt!. Council, which last mouth ap. Intensive survey and than Highway 200 Patrol laid ;,
more were
rnlsm" and cautioned that "the Marine Industry LinkedTo proved a 293.square foot ground search.
questioned: during a houselo
period of austerity' Is not over. sign for the Tahitian Cove Con. Asked whether the troops r.
house) pro)* Wednesday that
The premier told the Cham grew Inn, will be asked to voteon were armed Reedy said,
was hailed by rain and dark.
ber of Deputies that the balance an even bigger sign to standIn "They're there solely for n..a..
of payments was in the black at front of the Holiday Inn, now searching, "-A-;
the end of April for the first Protection Of Shoreline under construction( on the north Before ordering military units spokesman l Richardson, said officer a would patrol MRS.VALERA DARKER
time since Tamlaml Trail. Into the search, Johnson con.
September 1962.
fan out on tout today from Philadelphia
Holiday Inn's Memphis office erred with F BI Director J. Ed.

"Shallow bays with grassy bot- Laboratory, was reiterated and co Island clam Industry once produced has filed plant In Plnkston's of. gar Hoover and Burke Mar. for to clue comb. the entire Honors For
NEW DELHI India (AP-) toms and mangrove shoreline! are explained by James D. Neville, 2,000 bushels a day. This fire for a 383-square foot sign shall, assistant attorney gener county Another
The Indian government Is going al In of the Justice De.partment' patrol spokesmansaid
prime and former Sarasota charge
Into the food grain business to nursery feeding County commissioner dropped to 600 bushels in time which resembles Holiday Inn the attempt by Negro
grounds for marine life and fishing and award signs H other cities Under the civil rights division.
governor's :
keep prices down despite the due to lack of proper conserva- comedian Dick Gregory and
asked whether
country's serious shortage. grounds for sport and com- winner for saltwater conserva- tion procedures, and exhaustion sign ordinance, the maximum Gov.Reedy Paul was B. Johnson Jr of three Negro Integration leaders Mrs. Barker
Food Minister Coimbatore mercial fishermen In South Florida tion, for Rotarians at their Wed 1, of the supply by World War I. permissible size In motel tones Mississippi had asked for the
They attract the developer nesday luncheon the Is 00 square (eel, unless Conn
Subramanlam told an emergen.cy meeting at "With protection of the Shal- troops. State AttorneyAt
also because of the relative Beach Club ell grants a variance, Mrs. Viler Darker,
meeting of state governors Hotel. low waters Including mud flats, the lie replied: "This is a coop county
A few months Zoning
Wednesday the government will ease and profit In creating Waterfront Neville was Introduced by program the clam Industry and oyster production Board of Appeals ago persuaded eratlve effort. There has been Ocala Plans supervisor of elementary educa-

set up a state trading corpora. real estate by dredge chairman George Vega. could be revived," he de- Council to remove sign variance complete cooperation at all lev tion, has been awarded a "Cer-
tlon to buy food grains from ing and filling." President Wood presided and clared. "You folks down here requests from the scope of the els." Probe Of VotingOCALA tificate of Appreciation" by the

farmers at fixed prices, sell to This general observation froma welcomed visiting Rotarians Introduced are the envy of other areas because apical board because board \Reedy added that It was not (AP) -Slate Attorney Board of Control of the Florida

retailers and fix consumer preliminary survey of marine by Dr. Richard of your possession of relatively members said their body was not a case of people standing off Gordon Oldham said today he University System.. The honor
prices. life and habitats In RookeryBay Brashear. untouched resourcesandof the proper| one to consider sign looking at each other with will hire outside Investigators to was hestowed upon the local educator
Spring crop failures are and KennethD. Neville reviewed the somewhat variances drawn bayonetsReedy look Into for her efforts In promo-
blamed for the food shortage. vicinity, by a unique opportunity to plan said the Marines were charges of Illegal voter
Woodburn of the Florida fragmentary history of water for proper use and enhancementof The appeals board recommend. ordered from Meridian to Phil. registration In Marlon County. ting the 175,000,000 bond Issue
Board of Conservation Marine control In South Florida from these ed that these requests be put because The) rounty commission appro for a building program In the
resources they were
VIENNA (AP) Romania's the early days when Henry DIss- under the building code appeals| "the adelphla nearest convenient people"to ) printed $ ,000 Wednesday for the state schools. of higher !team
Communist government says It ton bought 41/2 million acres of He said construction a road, board which has the final say Investigation recommend! by a
will Increase all wages 10 to 19 --- Everglades at 10 cents an acre is recently proposed, that would In all matters Doming before it. Although the search he scene suggested that grand jury Ing.The letteroftr.namlttalsigned -
per cent because of "the favor destroy Rookery Day of its value The Zoning Board of Appeals Is Ol-lham told the jury he had
and dug a canal from Lake Okee- the troops had been In Merldl. by Daya M. Harrison. Jr.,
able development of our econ. is a for numerous kindsof an advisory board under Coun. received (;romnlalnti that many
chairman of
chobee to the Caloosahatchee river ell. an for at least several days he the board, complimented -
omy. seafood would be I persons with criminal records
Radio Bucharest said the This ditch led to the pre creatures Council derided not to follow referred all detailed Inquirieson had registered! to vote In the re. Mrs. Darker for supportof
a mistake.
sent multi-mUl1ondollarCentral that subject to the Pentagon. the "amendment to set In motion -
wage boosts will be made undera the ZBA's recommendation, and cent primaries
staggered system beginning and South Florida Flood Control However, he said, this obJec- Instead approved a new setup un. a much-needed building pro-

Aug. 1 and continuing Into 1965. District. tion to disturbing the nursery der whit h a sign ommittee of gram for Florida state supported

Children and family bonuses Neville said the largest shrimp area did not exclude all use of (Continued on page 10) universities and junior colleges

also will be increased and wage nursery grounds In this section draglines and bulldozers, If they Small Fry Hitting Big which will give momen
taxes lowered the announce of the world exists alongthe are used with wisdom and discretion tum to the state's forward pro
ment said. Percentages were West Coast from Fort My gress In higher education"

not disclosed. ers south to the Keys. If the Said Harrison, "Passage of

nursery grounds of the Ten Thou In Naples Fish Tourney the amendment could not have

MIAMI (AP) V. 6. District sand Island estaurles are destroyed Fear Of Soviet been accomplished! without dedicated
Court received notice from the -
there would not be a efforts of you and other

Supreme Court today that an shrimp caught on the Campechebeds .;st':rs competing In the vuto Supply; Meador's Jewelry) public spirited citizens who were
compliance will be Issued to he declared.The Stops Aggression, Greater .spies fishing Tour- t Naples Camera Shop; :Maples organized under the banner of
reapportion Florida's Legli. .t speaker said decimation tat ,:11 a are coining through with Sporting GoodslThe| Thing- n a- the Citizens for Florida's Future

lature unless a petition for re ot nursery ground grasses Mikoyan ClaimsJAKARTA soe: sensational catches and Jigger Ing ram's Hardwire;jun-: ."
hearing Is filed by July 16. on which shrimp depend for food are li line to win more than shine Hardware; Western Auto; Mrs. Darker has been credited

The clerk of the Supreme during one stage of their lives Indonesia AP)- 53 1 prizes In this year's General Electronics and Line- with much of the success In
Court sent notice regarding the a.- ,,, \.W" resulted In last year's poor Soviet First Deputy Premier special children division. back Firestone getting Collier County Elemen

turn-down June 22 of a reappor. 'n, L >f; "' shrimp catches and the resultant Anastas I. Mikoiai, declared ,Ith the tourney closing at Prizes will be given youngsters tary Schools accredited by the

tlonment plan disputed by a MIami r economic hardship on shrimp. today British forces shout:i be .w :ad!'ight July 5, Rick Johnsonwho 13-> ari old or younger catch- Southern Association of Colleges

lawyer Richard Swann. ers, buyers, processors, boat withdrawn from Dot eo and a heads the Jaycees effortsIn Ing the largest fish In eligible and Schools, the first elementary
The state was given 25 days / owners and banks. new sampling be taken of pub. the fish sweepstakes, has an- special classifications. In addition schools In Florida to

file from date of the turndown to i Locally,Neville said, the Mar- lie opinion as to whether thePIOlle not.lced that prizes will range awards will be given for receive the rating.
a petition for of
the suit. rehearing 1 of Sarawak aid Sabah fro > ><; binoculars, to radios, the most fish registered by boys Mrs. Barker has teen active
support Malaysia,
waist watches, cameras, fish and girls and for the biggest In statewide activities of the
MORE TW.l' OPFlOfllOft an earlier speech to the Indonesian
ackle: and bicycle equip- fish entered the child Florida State Education Association
ing by smallest ,
LANSING Mich. (AP- TCXRISTS MILL Parliament, Mike'ai.
Authoritative sources said today RETURN FOR AUOTHCf* VISIT I said threat of Soviet retaliation l ment. Harold "Sklpper"Smlthtoumament and now holds the office of
that Gov. George Romney was kept the United States from o ames of final winners are chairman said. director of the Southern Division

"almost convinced" to run for 1 making large seal war expected to be announced around The Jaybee group is being supervised of the state association

the Republican nomination for mEA Telephoto) "We have no wish to attack Jut, 15, according David Pfarr, In the sweepstakes by She will be a representative
president earlier this month. o r the United sates," the villtlnSovl8t ; executive vice-president of the Henry Caballero and Jack Slot- of the State of Florida at large
But "soul searching" and re. TRIAL SET blonde-Tonl Lee Shel. T M first deputy premier told i NEA Telephoto) sponsoring Chamber of Com tag of the Jaycees. at the National Education Association -
ley. 19
emphasis by Michigan GOP ed at model arrest. Indonesia's Parliament, "but If SNIPER \'Kim-Joan Wil merce. While John Gerbatch of Bonlta convention In Seattle
a Chicago beach
leaders of the state partY'1need for they commit aggression againstthe Local firms contributing giftsto Is Wash. scheduled for June 37
wearing a topless son 18. was fatally shot near Springs still In top place to
for him made him decline asked for a trial bathingsuit by waeease l Soviet Union and her allies, Times Square in New York the young Izaak Walton fans date in the snook division witha through July 3. She will leave
Gov. an
urgings by Pennsylvania the United States will receive
William W. Scranton, said all-male Jury at her arraignment prompt retaliatory blows the City after a graduation party are as follows House of Hi- 27-5/8 pound llnesldes, Gary tomorrow for the convention se-v.companled .
Source of the fatal bullet is Alexander's Department by her husband. w
sources close to Romney. They Trial was set for July sew .s.a.eM5ws like of which have never been Eli Hugh
j155 a mystery, Dietrich Hardware White (Continued 01 page 2) Darker.
declined to be Identified. 10. matched In the world before" stare; ;




2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS .y, tear M, m' It 17"I Gov. Bryant \+

fnunokalee NewsBY May Ignore '


W-,," U.S. Court

Mrs. Mary Christian, 63, one Lake Placid Post 26; and DIll 3 '
'<* the pioneer settlers of this lice 8th dlst. citizenship committeeman b TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Gov.'

arts, and a school teacher for from Fort Myers Post r Farris Bryant was expected to
33 years before her retirement. 38. ? rAs reveal today whether he will ap.
passed away unexpectedly In a Out-of-town visitors were : pear In federal court at Jackson.

Houston. Texts hospital Thurs Pauline Dlonne president of Lake yule Friday to show cause why

day,June 18. Placid Unit 25; Jay A. Dlonne 1r he should not be held In con.
During her many years here chapltln. Lake Placid unit 25; tempt The of order to show cause was

she was very active in commun and Dorothy Bahret of Venice Issued by U.S. District Judge

ity projects and developed the unit 159. I Bryan Simpson after Bryant sign

Christian Acres residential area ed an executive order June 20

in 1955 and 1956 following that NEW LEADERS banning night civil rights demon.

with Christian Terrace. Legion officers Installed stratlons In St. Augustine.
Many residents of this com Commander TheronCrossjvlc! Bryant's order clashed withan
munity received their grade earlier one made by Simpsonwho
commander Willie
school education from her. She McGUlj second overruled a St. Augustine
had gone to Houston with her commander, Lewis city ordinance prohibiting night
Lowe; adjutant and finance officer -
husband Charlie who was receiving .t demonstrations.
Bill Lawson
medical attention In the chaplain Simpson ruled the ordinance
Larkin Spooner sgt.-at-trms, violated the 14th Amendment.He .
Texas and a few days
Charles Flick; historian, Tom said he found no evidence of
before her death had written
Brown. :I a "clear and present danger" to
friends In Immokalee reporting
on his progress there. Auxiliary officers Installed i : : warrant marches. banning the night

She Is survived by her husband were: President,June Shell;first However after several clash.es .

; one daughter. Mrs. Mary vice president Dorothy Brown i' <, ; between white segregationistsand
.Nell Lee of Northbrook Ill.j; second vlcepresldent.Mrs. A' Negro and white civil rights
one sister, Mrs. Annie Dorsey, ter Olroyd; secretary and treasurer demonstrators Bryant acted un.
Winter Haven;two brothers.Russell Jean Lawson; chaplain (NEA Telephotos) der a state "big stick"emergen./:

Poole. Belle Glade and Ev- Mrs. Archie Bass; historian PRESIDENT'S PROTECTION-Security precautions since the assassination A majorette is by the side of the car. The President responds readily to cy power law and called a halt to i 1

erette Poole Eau Gilliej; and Mrs. Rick Caldwell; Sgt.-at- of President Kennedy seem to call for a human wall about President people and there are frequent occurrences of the wall crumbling as he the after dark activities of both \

three grandchildren.She arms, Mrs. Lena Lowe and assistant Johnson during public appearances. In photo at left, taken during his trip reaches out to them. Photo at right, also in Cleveland, shows such an sides said he acted to t

was a member of the Am- sgvat-arms Mrs. Ann to Cleveland, Ohio, arrow indicates the President, protected from every incident. While changing cars, he posed for this young lady's camera and Bryant the and safety preserve of
erican Legion Auxiliary unit 146 Wells. angle including the rear where a tall guard stands directly behind hIm. wound up shaking dozens of hands of those who came rushing up. peace
.. city
Other members and visitors
a member of the First Metho- The governor has been confer

dist Church of Ft. Myers and a present were Frank Shell and daughter, Connie Jaye to Fort moved from Lee Memorial Hos- ring with the state attorney rel1..ral' .
Rayetta Mr. and Mrs.J.P. Mc- Small McEwenFuneral
member of the Pythian Sisters. Fry.. office constitutional law.
the doctor
Myers. Wednesday to Doctors'
Gee and pital to Hospital room
observed daughters. Charlotte services for Harry and reported to have
Memorial services were was
for follow tip treatment after surged 301, Coral Gables. He Is still (Continued from page 1)) County yers
Sue and Cecile and died
at the Legion home Fri- Mr. Mrs. Watson McEwen, 72, who asked the State Supreme Court
day night and funeral services Stan Wrisley, and Mrs. Marg Improving little by little He Tlllman of Miami Is running a here yesterday morning will be for opinions on past cases where
were held at the Leo W. Engle- Wright.Mr. REUNIONMr. has four (doctors with him around close second with a 25 1/2-pounder held at 7 o'clock tonight In the governors have refused loan

hardt Funeral Home Monday at and Mrs. George Mc and ,Mrs. RJE. Shockleyand the clock. The doctors requestedhis caught recently in Wiggins Roads In chapel of the Richard A. Pittman ewer federal summonses.

Kay and children, Carolyn and chI1drenandSueJumpvlsited mother,Anita O'Steen.to stay Pass. Funeral Home,with Rev.Dr.Har. Meantime, a new suit was
pjn. Rev.RobenCbap- Gary spent two weeks visit- with Mr.ShocUyi mother Mrs. by him in case he regains con "It's the first big fish I ever land D, rape, pastor of Em. filed In federal court at Jack.
man Jr. officiating Maud In and sciousness. He fell manual Lutheran Church,offlcla. sonvllle by Andrew Young, a Ne.
ing In Tampa and Indian Rock ., Shockley, Altoona apparently caught in my life, was the notation -
JOINT INSTALLATIONA Beach. They will leave later to Mr*. ShocWey's mother, Mrs. from a horse several weeks ago Tlllman made on his entry New BudgetTALLAHASSEE ting. Interment will be In Bay gro Integratlonlst

joint Installation of officers visit Mammoth Cave. . Dasher, in Ocala last week. under circumstances that are blank. ShoreL.I. native of Glas. The suit charges that Bryant
McEwen was a removed his police protection
of the American Legion Mountains, St. Louts, and other They also stopped by Tavares as yet unknown.A Other recent large snook entries Scotland and had made his, 19 in a predetermined
AP ,
( ) The i gow, | June
Post 148 and the Auxiliary places of interest and visited! with Mrs. Shockley'ssister family reunion was held in include 21-poundercaught 16,
Legion State Road Board adopted lit i home In Naples for the past 1 scheme to provide the circum.
unit 146 was held at the Mrs. Forest Harrell and Miss and family Mr. and Mrs Sebring last week by the Bill by Harold M. Shaffer of Sarasotain 1964-65 budget today setting; years where he had owned and 1 I stances by which he ordered his

Legion home Friday night with Veronica Graun left Tuesday RJ. Young ,While they were Acenbrack family. Their son, Big Marco Pass on a 12- aside SU1.7 8OOO for highway operated the Mc Ewen Guest Homeon 1, ban.

officers of the 8th district as morning for Virginia.G.L.Har- gone they spent the afternoon atSalt Captain Don Acenbrack, has just pound test line; Dorothy Wat- construction. Eighth Street, South. Simpson set a hearing on the

installing officers. Preceding the rell son of Mrs. Forest Harrell Springs. Mrs. Shockley returned from a year's tour of son of Hialeah, with another 21- The construction figure was; Besides his daughter, Mrs, suit and show cause order for

0'. ceremony those attending enjoyed } wlU spend some time there with shot and kilted a 81/2 foot rattlesnake duty at the Air Force Radar pounder taken at Little Marco $8.8 million less than last year's i Betty Price of Naples, he Is 1 i 9:30 a.m. Friday,

a covered dish supper ser- them before going to Viet Nam. there. Station In Clear, Alaska. The Pass and a 18 1/4 pound 1 lines Ides appropriation of $500,580,000 survived by a sister,Mrs.George 1 I The new suit asks the court
ved buffet Mrs Richard Stanley and Sunset Beach Motel was head- boated at Big Marco Pass by The Board also approved a Sorter of Naplestwoslstersand I to enjoin the governor and oth.
maintenance budget of ., a brother in New York and three 1 from interfering with
for the celebra- $20,252, ers peace.
quarters family Rlcketsen of
Robbie J.M.
children. Lou and Apopka.
officers went OW. Bobby joint Installation of Lions tion in 000, or nearly $1.8 million more grandchildren. ful protests and entry into prl-
Attrition 8th district comman- visited with Mrs. Bill Tlnsley in Club officers was held Saturday Sebring. Two recent trout entries which than last year.in He was a member of the Ma.. irate places of public accommo.
der from Siesta Key Post 320; Fort Myers last week. night at the Everglades Rod Those attending the cafeteria are being considered for top the construction budget, the onle order In New York and of the'! dations. It also asks an order
Bill Elslle, 8th district finance Joel Carver, son of Mr. and and Gun Club in Everglades. training school at Woodlawn prizes in the trout division were projects financed by bond issues Bonita Springs Barracks of the' enjoining them from using
officer from Port Charlotte Posi t Mrs. J.C. Carver spent last The district governor W.E.Coksr School In Sebrlng June 8-19 were registered by John Marini of approximately $3 million less Veterans of Foreign Wars "cruel and unusual punishment"and

110; Jack Wilkins 8th district: week in Fort Myers with his was installing officer. Mrs. Blllle Paul. Mrs. Homer Mlramar with a five-and-a-half ,than last year's amount. imposing excessive bail.

chaplain from Sarasota Post 30)), grandmother. Mrs. Lula MaeCarverandhlsauntNancyCoch The Installation Included Naples,'I Rutledge Mrs. Earl Taylor and pounder taken at Big Marco and Bond construction projects un. All Negroes are named as

Elsa Fisher 8th district judge, Labelle, Donlta Springs Everglades Mrs Melvtnjudd. one weighing five-and-a-half der way totaled $23.3 million. CheekFuneral complainants.The .
ran. His Saturday The main course Is to teach pounds boated In Marco Work proposed after July 1 totaled suit says the governor's
went Big
advocate, Punta Gorda Post 103)i parents up and Immokalee Lions services for ThomasL. I
Mrs. William Tlce vice president -i to bring him home. Clubs The Everglades Club was school cafeteria personnel better River by Frank Lawley of Good- For$108.5 Interstate million.roads Cheek, 60, who died suddenly curfew order taken under emer.the I
primarily : granted by
service and gency powers
of Florida central area from Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Hargrove host to the other clubs. Those to pupils the land. John Marini of Marlmar financed by the federal gov. at )lit home here yesterday state Legislature violates Ne.

Ft. Myers unit 38;LllllanCleve- and children Ricky and Terry ol from Immokalee were, public. hit the jackpot for the biggestfish ernment, the board allocated morning will be held at 2 o'clock, rights under the first and
land, 8th district adjutant Puma Venus and Mrs. Betty House attend Mrs Jack Whisnant.Mr. This {is the second year that taken during the past week $158,457,000, approximately $2 tomorrow afternoon in the chapel fro 14th amendments of the Const!

Cords Post 103, Ed Bah ret, 8th and children Kenny and Karen and Mrs. James Williamsand this course has been held and with a 115-pound Jewflsh caughtin million less than the $ 8s.64: to., of the Richard A. PlttmanFuneral I tutlon.

dist agt.-at-arms from Venice; spent the weekend at Fort Myers Mr. A.B. Curry. it is hoped that It will becomean Snook Bay. tal. Home. The Rev Ledlesi I Sen. George Smathers, D-Fla.! ,
Beach. annual event. The board said $53.4 million i Bar go, pastor of the East Naples'
Post 159; Ed Dtonne 8th dist,, The !Immokalee school summer said Bryant's actions. probably
assistantatarms from Mrs. J.C. Carver took her under ,Mrs J.R. Marls ,writes from 5.Protest, ... jworth of Ilel.erStat0wway : high,u Baptist Church, will be In charge.'* kept federal troops out- of the
program with got 300 enrolled wayJonI6tli last',Ed t1. 3d.. Shat they111.be.to: : ,: '" work ..wb"iter frayand 1t: Members 6f the Cypress Chapter' state. ** "***.
over thflt\( city about 3 months Mr. $105 million was to begin after> of Masons will conduct graveside'I In a telegram to Bryant,
week. The program consists of f Marls is aU.S.governmentagri- Cop BrutalityTo July 1.The. services at Naples Memorial Smathers said
recreation and music.Recreation Gardens
culture Inspector assigned to that secondary road systemwas "I recognize the difficulties of
and activities Include basketball Two NegroesNEW Cheek was a native of Ash,
OFFICE gym location for the time. budgeted at a total of $85, the situation and the fact that
\\nn DUNBARS SUPPLIES volleyball, tennis trampoline present ROCHELLE, N.Y. (AP) '75 ,OOo. Of this amount the, hero, N.C., and had lived l In 1 I they are aggravated by the con.
badminton. Softball and Mrs. Wayne Carrett was very .About 500 persons, most of board said, $63,1 million worth Naples for the past 14 years 1 firming acts on the part of dem.
'\\f Brand newl All metal I baseball and Tuesday night a pleasantly surprised Tuesday them Negroes demonstrated on of construction would be begun| For many years he had been 1 onstrators from outside the state.
( $83 up sock or sneaker hop. Music activities night to discover her husband :Wednesday night and early to. after July 1. Work under way associated with National Dalr. "There Is no question In my
Bum Proof Plaatlc Top Dtsk, Include music appreciation Buck had planned a surprise day at City Hall, protestingwhat for the system totaled $22.6 mile,, tea In Atlantic City, N.J. mind that if permitted to ro un.

ItURINFSS MACIIINM HALFS. REPAIRS and music instruction on an birthday party for her. Buck's they called police brutal. lion.Funds Besides his widow, Mrs.Stella supervised and unchecked, their
M. Cheek, he Is survived
AND ity to two approved for primary by a conduct would have resulted In
RENTALS RFE.. PROMPT individual and basis.Hour. mother Mrs. Walter Garrett. Negroes.
I roup .,, son, Thomas W. Cheek of Mor.
road construction totaled
A main street blocked for $113, violence and In blood.
was finally
nF.I.IVEKIUKVln: from 9 12 and from and his sister,Betty House.help-
are to noon 594,000 with $34.6 million worthof gantown, N.J. and four granl.
711 J 5th Ave. 1'1... MI 2.IiU 2 to S pjn. ed him plan the party which was about three hours by slt.down children.He shed.
work under and $78.9
demonstrators, police said. way "It Is evident that some of the
Instructors are as follows at Betty's house. She received million proposed. was a member of Cypress
and for
There was some pushing outside demonstrators have
lovely gifts which Lodge No. 295 of the Order
Frank Pelham. Myron Howell many of
shoving One patrolman suf. their the creation of In.
Primary and secondary roa d purpose
and Edwards -1 she opened and displayed. ) Masons, the Naples Shrine Club
Wayne Pringle
tered a sprained wrist. projects in Florida are ftnanceCby 1 and the ctdents which would result in
No pre-school chlldret' Homemade Ice cream and There were no arrests. gasoline tax revenue. Th, Naples Elks Lodge. such violence! that federal mill
Friends call at the
e are enrolled.Mr. birthday cake were served to the Federal Government paid 90 pel| may Pitt. tary assistance would have to be
1 ar and Mrs. Vernon Walker following guests: Mr. and Mrs. cent of the cost of interstate' man Funeral Home from 7 to 1 I called In. Obviously, this should
and son Don of Plant City are 1 Curtis Massey and son Rob; and children Donna and Jimmy,highways and the state paid II 0 9 p.m. tonight and after 10 o'clcxk: be avoided."
Friday morning. Members of the
spending a few days with his Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skinner; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clifton and per cent Masonic order will act as pall.

brother and famUy Mr. and Mrs,,, and Mrs. Oliver McGlll, and children Brenda. Tommy and Only roads listed in the budg*,, bearers and honorary pallbear.
FAMOUS R.A. Walker son Tommy Mr. and Mrs. Loyd 'Donnie; Walter Garrett; Karen et will be built In 196445. MOil t ers.I Job Stress LinkedTo

ON THE MEND Brown and children Gayle and House and Mike and David Gar- of the construction will tale t Heart Disease

Johnny Osteen Jr. has been Dale; Mr.and Mrs.JamesSplres. rett. place In the 4th District com ,
CAR SERVICESPECIAL prising reward, Collier Indlai I Caroline Kennedy Specialist ClaimsSAN

River, Martin, Monroe,Okeecho.
New York heart specialist re.
porting on a of
i eY:&" r p1 The state road departmen t Caroline Kennedy has a professional persons survey, said 12,000 today

C will work with almost all oIUI:i broken wrist. that job stress is linkedto
The 6year.old daughter of the
'.';'0;' maintenance budget on prlmar;y.
9 coronary disease but
9 -
SPECIAL i" roads. The amount budgeted fo:rlate president broke a small smoking may not be.
bone in her left
this work was $15,237,000.For wrist In a taU The
from Macaroni her pony sev. survey covered 14 occupational
e maintenance work on Interstate .eral weeks ago. groups with I'obvl.
{ highways, the boar I The Injury was not discovered ous differences" In job tensions
budgeted $1,737,000 and for won k until her mother Mrs. John F. said Dr. Henry I. Russek, consultant .

THURS. FRI. SAT. on secondary system roads, Kennedy, noticed. a swelling on in cardiovascular dls.
qsz $ 39OOO. Tuesday ease, U.S. Public Health Service
.rot a n hospital, Staten Island.
a' DRO'S SHOES Dr. Russek listed those sur.
PRECISION ADJUST BRAKES j veyed in order of decreasing
stress General medical practl.
WHEEL BALANCE ADD FLUID tioners anesthesiologists, pa.

IF NECESSARY thologlsts dermatologists, gen.
WEIGHTS oral dental practitioners, oral
INC LUDED 99 99 surgeons, orthodontists and
perlodontlsts, general law practitioners .
trial lawyers, lawyersIn
Thii nttrmtltt and Invlt.
PACK FRONT INSPECT ROTATE inn i loom ranch 1)1.I 1 lawyers various specialties and patent

WHEEL BEARINGS ALL 4 TIRES home imhult 4. bcihoonia, In addition, he said, security
2 baths and family room. .Mo- u' ODDS & ENDS analysts and security traders on

99'' 99' The above *view from the 1 the were New York Stock Exchange

rear of the house, hour compared.

the wr..*ne.l Famil room qhi+ SALE had Persons smoked who showed said significant they never

DRAIN .-ADD99t and\ adjacent Nipln Ray, ly higher coronary heart disease
SET TOE-IN Landscaping on the 100' xIIS rates than those who stopped

RUST INHIBITOR lot feature ihrub I 250 PAIR MEN'S SHOES smoking before their attack or

and coconut pilmt. enhancing before the time of the question.

99t the tropiml nt- t Values to $12.95Reduced nalre If there was no attack,
Dr. Russek reported at the an.
monphvre.If nual convention of the American -

Open Every Night Tit 6;00 Saturday Til 4.00 your around daily routine family Medical Association
rr\olvc These findings cast doubt
life :*. lnvr tir t.' file upon the alleged role ol amok.
beautiful Cyprr ran h- -- AI LOW AI log in the genesis of coronary
heart lit!"..," ke said.
home dfiii'nwl explicitly 1
for family lining. r' $6.99 IPEDRO'S Dr. Russek's report followed
a statement by the AMA's

The slump-brlrk flpC'Jllare la the focal point of our C* shaped eypreu pin .<.d House of Delegates saying that
the AMA recognises "t algnui.
llvlnir-dinlng area.
An expansive outdcxr porch. >er> red "y a built\i\'tap-lirpund bar and bar.b-q SHOES rette cant relationship smoking and between the incidence clga.

faces waterfront to receive the um.hntruUrd southerly breeie, Even the fully of lung cancer and certain other

elwtrlc kitchen faturei full ryprrs panting! ant cabinets plus ceramic counter top, diseases, and that cigarette
928. rd.-Avcs.Narth Naples Plenty of ttoruire inside and out*"I.! txrvlltnt cross ventilation and a relaxed KVVIK-CHEK SHOPPING CENTER smoking Is t serious health haz.

informal design featuring a simplified traffic pattern For appointment rail :Ml 4178.. "''OJ*' Friday Til 9, Satvrday TH-f &rd." But It didn't mention
heart disease specifically.TIII.nII. .



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1 : Pace Too Young Much Moderns for You? nMN\ M. 1X4 666 L Letters COLLIER ; NEWS 3. I

By VIVIAN BROWNAP can't run a business that wayHe'd ,".
Ntwtfeotur Writer rather hire older women Name Likes To Be Unique

A great fiery young people complain that they can't take 11. The who have developed a feeling of '
PHILADt IJHU AP) version !
( and Anglicized c
I pressures of the day, that Is. And that foes for summer jobs, tow loyalty to their employer, he "When meiiidj, ) calls my monicker when he was driTi .>

Are pressures greater than ever? says. Young people may be ruining name I di.n't i have any trouble In 1942. They Just wouldn't -,;

It's true that schools have stepped-up curriculum. But should a good thing with their present a fttdlig IIlIt who they mean," for his full name, which r.
that throw a conscientious student? attitude toward Jobs. aai3 the man who claim he says Is:
has the A>ngeM last name In the
The answer may be that some girl getting married today who But one employer comes to United States-686 letters, plus Adolph Blaine Charles David

young people aren't prepared for knows anything about running a their defense .0 given names, Earl Frederick Gerald Hubc-t

anything but a life of ease, and home. And I can testify It Isn't "H ..e continue to burden "I like to be unique," says Irvin John Kenneth Lloyd Mi+ '.

school reversals are the first the mother's fault I try to teach young people with problems of Hubert D. WoUeschlegelstdn.rauMitbergerdorff! tin Nero Oliver Paul Qulr
obstacles they face The grind of "I don't like Randolph Sherman Thomas t:
my daughter but she's not Interested the world when they aren't mature Ltr
Jobs Is the second being part of the commor I cal Victor William Xerxes Yin.
summer enough to do anything enough to solve small problemsin he.d." cy Zeus WolfeschlegslaUlnhats.enbergrdorffwlchvorlt. .
obstacle right I Invite her to cook and their own backyards, we'reIn .
Even students who slick It out she gets half-way through something for trouble. We neglect giving Hubert, 47, a Philadelphia of rnwareng wlsenhaftscha.ferswtsMnschafewarenwoh..
German descent, doesn't use .
on a summer Job are mainly and her lack of Interest Is them a sense of responsibilitywhen
his full name when signing dor .
working for thelrown/ Interests so exasperating I finally ask her they are young, then expect ee uments-Just the first :351ett,rs.That's Igepflegeundsorgfaltigkaltbe.schuttenvorangrelfendurchl'

a car, I sailboat or something to leave the kitchen. That's what them to fall into some adult hrraubglerlgfelndewelchevo.ralterniwoUhunderttausend'
else. The old-fashioned way was she wanted all the time > how he is listed with .
,anyway pattern! all of a sudden l when they the John Hancock Mutual Life !
to earn money thai was turned Dishwashing and "s"Unhappy Jahrtsvorandlrchwlnen.vondereriteerdemenschder..
washing are Insurance
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over to the family or assist machines have cut home chores DISCUSSING PLANS for hostessing the International Toastmistress process Ms policy by hand. The

parents with home chores down, this mother recognlres, Teen-Age Council of Five on August 8 in Naplos are (left) Genevieve Jerabek, companj's giant 7074 computer telnundstebenlrldlumelektrls.aum raumschlffgnachtmitt

"I worked in the nheatflelds but there Is no reason why a girl newly installed president of the Naples Toastmistress Club, and Linda stops dead when It comes to any chmot orsgebrauchllchtalsse.
of Kansas from sunup sundown can't make a bed pfuperly, prepare Marriages Big Sauchelll, out-going president Other new officers who were installedat beyond 33 letters Inursprungvonkraftge.

on weekends, and there were an omelet or even cook a a luncheon at the Elks Club were vice president, Sandy Hackney ; Hubert's Social Security card .1 Inlangefahrthinzwlschenst.ernartlgraumaufdruchen. .

enough chores around our farm meal for the family once In awhile Social ProblemDAVIS secretary, Ruth Collins treasurer, Ihldy Olson and club representative, has the "shortened" version .
Calif. AP)-Untuppyteen.ar /the 44 letters, Including HubertB nachbarichaftdrstrnwelch.chegehabtbewohnbarplant .
to keep me' busy until after dark the says t I I *,marrlares are rapidly Betty Brehm. (NEWS photo) even thought tikes up *.

, f u every night of the week," recallsa A restaurant man who hires 1 becoming one of the nation's with assault ToastmistressClub two lines. took relsedrehenslchundwoh.

successful business man. young people In summer says I major social problems, says a Woman Who Got fly The art family's charged hasty' Baltimore Hubert said In an Interview lnderneuerassevonvrstandl.

"What did I get for If Board and they willingly look for Jobs! But 'University of California profes. departure sprang from trouble Hut the Arm)' used a clipped gmencchllchkellkonntefort.pflanzenundsicherfreuenanl...
room, tint's: all. I was darn happyto when they get the Jnb It Is "Marriage and parenthoodhave ebenalanglichfreudeundruh
get to college But my son has! a different matter marriage of Bill Murray to Su. .
I been oversold to Am.rlca'ichlldr.n mttnlchtelnfurthtvorangreif.envorandererlntelllgentgea.
other lilras. He had a chance to "Our turnover is ridiculous j I ," Judson T. Landis, so. Moves to Hawaii san Abramovltx accused ,Mrs.17.Murraof Susan'spar"ts New OfficersThe .

take a construction job this It Is unbelievable the attitude ,I clology professor, told a confer. Rise and Shin Toastmistress crupfsvonhinzwifchenstern.
Indut Ing Susan to abandon her
people have towardwork. 'I Inre on marriage the HONOLULU (AP) Atheist ., 1cA arllcraulIISlnlor.
!!summer but the work wax ton young among Jewish faith. Club met Meclneida Y:' o
hard, the big lug said. So ""d If they don't feel like reporting 'young moved Madalyn into Murray'samity a temporary home has When police served a court noon, at the Elk's Club" fo;vr The senior Is to distinguish
As a result, he said teen. him from Junior
rather sit around and complainhow for work, they don't. Some never I often view in Honolulu after receiving var contempt citation on the bride, lunc'heon and Installation of of
agers a
marriage a
unfair the world Is to )'ounrpl'oplp. bother returning for a day or j I symbol of adulthood or social ious offers of shelter-Including accusing her of violating a Ju- fliers. The meeting wn opened What' in a name?
dtclal order to atav away from' with Grace, given h\ Wan
." two's pay you might oe them. I acceptance and plunge headlong one from a church. loose trans'
an admittedly
The Rev. the Murrays, a melee broke out. 'da Clark, who also ledtlie Pleilgtto ,vd
Dflwyn Rayson, a
Girls are becomingaoftlee too, They have no sense of responsi I Into an unforeseen financial Congregational minister, said I the Flag. After a short mootIng latlon, Hubert says It tells a
bility. One day four girls out of I struggle. the Installation story of a woUJillUr, a resident
volunteers a mother. he hoped the embattled Maryland was < Onto
Landis said more than two of Btonehous In t village,
nine for work and 9 From Here ted by Linda Sam'hellt, who use a
"Fd like to know If there Is a reported you ,I million American girls between atheist finds peace and whose ancestor were consrlen-
happiness In Hawaii.' as her theme, "Wish upon; i a .
13 and 17 are married every At Methodist tlous Miepberds whose sheep
said It
The Unitarian
year and teen age marriageslast were well fed and carefully
year produced about 600,000 would offer the Murray family Youth Camp Officers Installed, for tile '>mIng guarded against attack by fero(
babies. refuge. year were Preslilont, Jer I anus enemies and whose an.
Jeanada Nolan, who heads a Mn. Murray, her mother, Attending the Methodist Youth ,Jerabek, vlc.prsld, Sam);:y. et. ; vv.e cestor 1,200,000 year belori
governor's subcommittee on Bonna Mays: her brother, JohnD. Camp at Leesburg this week are llackney; secretary Ruth Col xp the first earth man, In a space
family life, blamed Increased May Jr.; sons Garth, 9, and the following members of the In' 1 1termedlat. line; treasurer, Hltdy Olsen; an,e awl ship mad with tungsten and
pressures for young marriages."Take Bill, 18: and Bill's bride, the group Janet Carr ;'club representative IVtt:y seven Iridium motors and using
away the threat of the former Susan Abramovttz, 17,, Ellen Larimer Bobby Rosier 1 Brehm. light a* a source of power
arrived In Ifewat under assumed
draft and the bomb and we started a long Journey across
Paul Rebecca Wood'
names Tuesday. Llndabury Mrs. Hackney and Mn.Drt'hn II
might have less urgency" to as. The family fled Baltimore an. son, Wendy Spencer Phil Said 'were out of town, sower* installed Interstellar space, searching for
sum adult roles, she said a fctar around was an In.
Robert O. lierrmann, as. er a fracas there with polite, Patty Parham and Mary Ann
slstant professor of business at and went to Hawaii seeking religious Grimm. The Incoming president an,. r kd'laFOIL could establish a new race of

the University of California, asylum. Mrs. Claude Grimm and Mrs. flounced, three committee chairmen -- ------.--- Intelligent mankind and where
'q x tPr said teen age husbands earn Mrs. Murray, 43, a divorcee, James Moore chauffeured the i I who were Program chairman they would live long, happy
little more than $2,000 a yearon won a court suit last year that group to Leesburg while Rev. i Laura Oohmlg; member SAVING I LIVLS: --A. live and be free from attack ,. '
the national average. brought a Supreme Court ban Harry C. Parham pastor of the i ihlp( chairman, Sandy Hackney tram of scientists at the British by other/ Intel! l entla from the .3
This Is about a third of the on compulsory prayers In the First Methodist Church and Mrs. 'ind publicity chairman, LlndiSauihel !a Ministry of Defense has outer space from whence they '
average adult wife, he said. nation's hnols. Buddy Rosier will bring them I. developed a new method of came vba
The family settled Into a tern lifesaving using a portable t
porary home Wednesday but back. The next meeting of tile Students kept the address secret. The National Park Service hat <" be July 8, at the Elk's lub, said to be more effective has a wife, Constance, and two *, o
..t Several members of the tarn. camping facilities in 76 parka, I it noon than mouth-mouth breathing sons, Hubert etc., etc., Jr., and
Timothy Wayne, etc etcHERE'S .
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Three enrolled students in Howey from Academy Naples are for 4 I IM

an eight-week summer session, t r 1l

f Dr C.A. Vaughn, Jr., Academy :
headmaster announced this week. elf '
Students attending the summer
session review course In pre.
paration for the fall school term, jJf
repeat work for which no credit
has been awarded, and lake new
1fl' courses to acquire extra academ.
Ic credit *+ d' A rk
A full recreational program of
et water skiing at the Academy's
[ j 7 private beach on Lake Harris,
horseback riding at the school
stables, and group and Indlvl.
T I dual social and athletic activities .

: complement the academic
fell'r curriculum.A .
r fully aIr.condltioned $300,.
000 student center, completed A FABULOUS '
in late May I II being used forth
first time for the summer
session at the fully accreditedand

I MRS. TERRY WEEDSanders paratory co-educational school.Students college pre. ..... .- ..ltIl....r. 3.v :rTF 1 '-" 06''. I OFFER FROM COL. SANDERS I

WeedMaureen from Naples are: LIONESS INSTALLATION was held in the dining room of the Cove
George Hodges ton of Mr. and
Mrs. Doyle Hodges.Rlchard, Mea. Congress Inn on Wednesday, Newly installed officers are (seated

smer, son of Mr. and Mrs. JackG. left to right) Dell Walker, recording secretary; and Etta Itothfuss vice I smock fried ChtctH
banders, daughter of The bride given byherfather Messmer, 672 16th Av*. S.; president; and (standing, left to right) Sally Roark, Lioness tamer; !
Mr. and Mrs. Ceola C. Sanders wore ChamlUe lace over antique Martha Ann Moore, daughter of Margaret Rosier, past president; Bertha Golden, new president; and rurra
of Cochran. Gt. became the satin with an antique satin and Mr. and Mrs. James W, Moore, Helen Parker, treasurer (NEWS photo)
bride of Terry Weed, son of stones train. Her veil was on an 1208 13th Ave. N. THE MOST POPULAR KODAK IN HISTORY
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Jones of Egyptian headpiece. --
Ft. Lauderdale at 3 pjmn June A reception given by the $100,000 PledgedFor MUST SELL OWNER LEAVING TOWN
2. In the First Baptist Church bride's parentsfollowed the wed Kodak
Cochran, Ga.Reverend Holmes ding. JFK Memorial Drastic Price Reduction-Now Only $12,500

officiated. Out-of-town guests IncludedMr. Plaza In Dallas HAWKEYE INSTAMATIC
Music was furnished by Mrs. and Mrs. Roy C.Jones Mr.

James Wimberly of Macon Ga., and Mrs. Ted Weed, and Mr. and than DALLAS$100,600 Tex.has[CAP been) -receivedor More ...,
organist! Miss Janet Clementof Mrs. Paul Newcomb of Ft. Lauderdale pledged in contributions to \ CAMERAplus

Memphis Tenn., soloists and ; Roy C. Jones Jr. of the Dallas John F. Kennedy Cit.
Mr. John Cox of Madison Ky., Cleveland Ohio and Miss Judy hens Memorial Drive. # one
violinist. Muller of Cleveland Ohio. Dr. Luther Holcomb, commit. FREE KODAPAK FILM CARTRIDGE r
Ted Weed of Ft. Lauderdale After returning from a western tee secretary said more bust. Js41.Iis..4? I (TAKES 12 EXPOSURES)
brother of the groom servedas trip the bride and groom nesses and individuals will be
best man. The ushers Included will be at home in Naples Fla. contacted to rats funds for a ___ <>
William and Ronnie Sanders The bride and groom will be associated memorial plaza two blocks from ___ A$13 VALUE

brothers of the bride} Robert with the Collier County the assassination lite. ____
Richardson school In Immokalee. Thousands of donor signatures __ i
of Macon.G*., system __
will be recorded scrolls. _
and Roy C. Jones Jr. of Cleveland .- NOW ONLY
Ohio. $650
Mrs. Winifred Crosly sisterof I 1'- ,
the bride served as maid of

honor. The bridesmaids Inlcuded Th Agency With Personal. Service k'
Connie and MarthaSanders.Usa1 I d7 You 2
a buy Family Buckets of
Crosly and Al] Crosly niece and 1 I I
nephew of the bride were flower Kentucky Fried Chicken

girl and ring bearer respectively. dependable imcy, rwpon*. before September 8, 1964
ibis for protecting you ytw ,

luiwt family, *r horn.ry insurable end bolos threat Owner said Mil 3 bedroom# 2 bath horn at 733 12th St. No. Ideally ///'i/ flip lldell'l/
of |loss throufh a planned pro-
yea' of protection fuarnu4 located for schools and shopping, TV cable, beck yard it fncd. One car (Come on in for simple instructions)

T by compwMW of Bnquttiond garage, air conditioner in Matter bedroom. Low taxes and low payments
I'lCLUFF financial atrmglb.L .
make this home an attractive dal. Will; rent with option to buy. f. CD MlKlntuikif" V, 1Ff1YwC.r

Trucks TEMPORARY-Service GMC- Pans-INC. L_ __:GfC nuiuct win. IK.IS2 .ie.'b1'b. 0 C JONES J REALTOR (i flied Chicken

LOCATION ..e Sec AVMM2IMI 351 Fifth; Ave. So ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 24852 590 9th St. No. fbone MI 2-7245

421 Mb)* St., N. NsawMIda Irene Roland Frank B. Purdue Harry L Miller 11 'm. to 8 p,m. Closed Tuesdays


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Civil Rights'

bt I Ntw :r'OFFENDERD r. .}. May Come in Craft Unions


Washington Correspondent

Let Congressman Rogers Have Your Views / .-;"::/ Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

WASHINGTON-WNEAV-When the 1964 civil rights bill
ON '
error. Rogers is asking local residents to / t becomes law. it will be important to watch the effect of its

I Congressman Paul G. Rogers, who rep- advise him If the "top rated" programs TELHNItAUTIES .,f fJ equal employment opportunity provisions on the building

esents Collier County in the House of are their favorites. trades field.
If there is to be any new "white backlash" in reaction to
epresentatives, is again asking his con. Congressman Rogers is sincere in his this legislation it may show up in northern cities among the

ftituents to let him know their views on desire to have the views of his constituents more highly skilled craft union workers particularly the

leveral important matters. on important legislation. He has electricians the plumbers and perhaps the bricklayers.It .
was in these trades that opponents of the civil rights bill
The Congressman's annual questionnaire invar'-bly: followed these views in the found the most vigorous favorable response when they

has been published one time this past, and we feel certain that he will charged that the measure would undermine many specific

eek and will be repeated when space continue to do so in the future.If labor rights now assured by law-including seniority and

rmits. Last year Rogers said he re- you have not already completed a bargaining privileges.

elved over 52,000 replies from rest- questionnaire and mailed it to Rep. Rogers THE AFL-CIO IS, of course, totally committed to the equal

1 ents of his Sixth Congressional District. please use the form in today's paper employment opportunity section. It notes too that 111 of

This has fit to ask and mail it him the its 130 affiliated international unions have no segregated
year, Rogers seen to at address given. locals of any sort. In the remaining 19 Internationals, the

bout the television listening habits of Actually, Collier Countians cannot expect federation says only 172 locals practice segregation. Altogether -

District residents. A recent Congressional Rep. Rogers to know their thinkingon 55,000 locals are affiliated with the AFLCIO.As .
a explained by union spokesmen, the problem of desegregation
of which RIGHTS
"ratings legislative of THE
investigation matters
program importance Unless in jobs bean peculiarly on some of the Jong-ltab-
the networks use as a basis for determin- they take the few minutes necessaryto AND WELFARE lished craft unions.

|Wig which programs will be telecast, disclosed advise him through his annual ques- [ 7 4 OFMLJCrmJPES The key point. In the craft workers' view, is that the construction
field does not offer the continuity of employmentwhich
that these
in tionnaire.
ratings are frequently
the average factory worker enjoys. New men- I
Negroes Puerto Ricans or whatever-flooding into the build. ,

. U.S. Beef For Europe ing trades Job market are thus seen as a far greater threat
than in the industrial field.
Except in a relatively few cases where preferential hiringof
j A presidential mission recently report. cerned with the development of beef veteran craftsmen is arranged, no job seniority exists.

''I ed to President Johnson that there Is a trade through normal commercial chan Hence if a particular list of Job seekers is suddenly swollenby
25 additional men and totals 75 instead of 50. the veteran
potential market for U.S. beef in western nels. No government sales or subsidiesare electrician or plumber sees his work opportunities markedly

Europe. And the wants of that market planned or expected. diluted.It .
will be if is this fluidity in the job outlook which evidently most
met a campaign being conducted Beef trade between this country and alarms some craft union workers.

1 by the Foreign Agricultural Service Europe have been virtually nonexistent in

of the U.S. Department of Agriculture / recent years. The new campaign is designed _. .>i;<'."" / THERE IS ANOTHER, perhaps touchier aspect: Craft
?v : ;; unions have unknown to the big industrial unions.
; \ a
and the American Meat Institute attains to change that. The time, as Secretary "'
The craft union is in many ways the center of its members'Incs.
the success which is anticipated. Freeman says, Is ripe. In his words, l lTbTE They are dependent on it for whatever continuity of

Secretary of Agriculture Freeman has "Beef particularly is In short supply in Europe The Best of BoyleBY employment they can manage. They feel a special identitywith

designated the Institute the national organization prices have been rising, and pros it.This produces strong personal associations in many in.

of the packers to carry on perous consumers want more beef We HAL BOYLE stances. These are reinforced by the fact that much of the

both long-range and short-term promo- have the supplies to sell them ." highly skilled craft work in construction is performed by
small teams working closely together under subcontractors.This .
tions to stimulate the commercial sale of All concerned will gain from this the RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Not made Milwaukee famous. The circumstance, say union spokesmen contributes significantly .
beef and other too long ago, I was asking what king of the hoboes, Jeff Davis
meat products in western producers, who have been hard-pressed to the resistance such workers exhibit toward a
ever knighted him on the
happened to all the hoboes.A spot.
Europe and the United Kingdom. The because of the and THANKS NAPLESI broad Invasion of Negroes or other craft "outsiders."
pro oversupply; processors good guess Is some are llv. Al, a chipper 67, says he took
ject will be financed by the Institute and distributors and the European Ing In Florida on pensions.That's to the road at the age of It and Editor, Collier County News: This resistance is felt of course, all the way down to
; union Craft union
taken under I wish to take this opportunityto 1 apprentice training programs. officials insist
was the of
where Al wing
the market development funds which are who want more beef. It's the kind of cooperative He's a card-carrying Gamby hobo who Is. older, wiser hoboes. One of the thank the citizens of Naplesfor I they do not act from segregationist motives. But segregation -

available to help develop new outlets for activity that has universal good rode the rods for nearly half a first things they taught him was the splendid way In which j seems to be the net effect of their efforts to keep building
they accepted the First AnnualAllState i trades "within the in the literal
jobs existing family"
U.S. agricultural products. It will be con.ITEMS results. century before marrying in Mil. how to get on and off a high Shrine CeremonUl.heldIn quite
waukee, Wls., and settling downto ball freight without breakinghis I sense.
Naples June 5th and 6th.I know
retirement he
InBradenton, Fla. Thereafter was
I can speak for n lust rlous Sir
Al, like myseL', laments the 'strictly a train man.
passing of the hobo, and he Is a While hoboes are commonlj} Stu Lang and First Ceremonial
little scornful of the bland 1ml. associated with boxcars, Al Master Bobby Hicks In express. The World
tag their thanks well. Today
tatlons thumbing their way says they occasionally rode the
across America today. In his "cushions." If a hobo had a I wish to especially thank the By JAMES MARLOWE
day a hobo wouldn't think of little money and was willing to NHMA, Greater Naples Cham
o til e part with it he her of Commerce, County Com. Assatlat1 Prest News Anojlytt
m say hitchhiking, but Al concedes might buy a I
CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS that today's trains aren't made ticket. mission. The City Admlnlstra.tlon .
with the hobo in mind. His most memorable ride was Sheriff's Dept, and the City Ity payments.Now .
After I recalled in this corner on the Twentieth Century Limit. Police Department for the as. WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. the only hope for medicare .
the hoboes I'd known as a kid, ed between Elkhart, Ind., and stance( they gave to us. dent Johnson, a man of highly seems to lie with the Sen-
Al hied himself down to Uiex,Toledo, Ohio. It was memor.' Thanks again Naples for the competitive spirit mixed with ate. Even If It should pass
Bradenton Herald" and talked tot::jtble he mtV-because tottluwholes way you all turned out to make.eodlass and determined-energy,.'there. the House would have to

-.. WSTTOI l' is report Tdm Gettf. The Jte trip Jig clung,.to the roqf this the great success |t ws. "headjT Intt.,.tlnp of th\\I; Iggestests be Yei'suided: to go along. That
sent me a letter and a copy of of a pullman as the limited Carl of his career. would require a lot of persuad.Ing .
Tom's story. barreled along at a frightening Clemmer Prea. This Is with his own Demo. perhaps more than Johnsoncan
Naples Shrine Club
'. First of all, Al wants to clearup vcllp. When the train pulled into cratlc-run Congress. When he do.
:\ r any misunderstanding about j'I'1'oledo Al got oft as fast as he campaign for election he will It will be practically a mira.
the difference between a hobo, could, his lungs full of smoke need a good record of domes'lc cle If It gets through.
a bum and a tramp. A hobo j[and his face and clothes singedy PET DOCTOR achievement to point to. Yet, Johnson has had aston
J yh'ii hri will work to help pay his way hot cinders from the steam Congress under his persistent Ishlng success so far with anoth.
W. Mellor
A. .
ly 0 V.M.MEDEA .
has two er program foreign aid In
explains Al, who put In his time locomotive. prodding, major -
t as a waiter and a fruit picker. Al admits being a hobo was achievements to Its credit so which all the presidents ba k to
;,_ "Now, you take a bum he no bowl of cherries, but he says far this year: ((1) A tax cut and and Including Harry S. Truman
won't work at all. He gets along fie< wouldn't trade It for the cus. (2) A civil rights bill which took a heavy beating.
by begging," Al says "A tramp , will work now and then, but he He's retired now. He owns his The Senate alone has a moun. tlnet A president would ask a
i won't ride on anything you own I home, a car and a boat, and tarn of work piled up, the result certain sum, In the billions, for
offer a tramp on the highway a I'like countless other retirees In of Its months of debate on the foreign aid and Congress would
ride and he'll glare at you and J'Florida, whiles away the time civil rights bill, which It passed chop hundreds or millions or a
I stomp off. He walks every. J//Ishlng. last Friday. Everything else got billion or more off It.
where he goes with his worldly stalled until that Job was done. This was so routine It looked
Y Johnson lot like a garnet A president would
goods tied up In a bundle. a more persistent
To QUICK QUIZ { operator in pushing Congressfor ask far more than he expected
sGW --=. -. prove he's entitled to the .
I to get In order
honor of being called a hobo, what he wants than Presl. to wind up when
Al carries two cards. One is hit dent Kennedy was, telephones, the hopping was over, with
W membership' card In the "Inter. j j Q-What was the real name buttonholes, confers, and other about what he figured he ould
.. national Itinerant Migratory I of the actress Lillian Russell? wise unrelentingly puts the heat do with In the first plate

i .- Workers Union, Hoboes of A-Helen Louise Leonard. Q on.But But Johnson asked for $3.5
America." he never, if only because billion this year-or $1 billion
The other proclaims him a i Q-What/ record was established ( this Is his first year in the pres. less than President Kennedy re.

'" ..... e.- "Knight of the Road," a distlnc. r'"I'I' + /in the 1964 Kentucky .i Idency, came up against the quested in 1963. Kennedy woundup
!:! -. tlon he earned In 1939 at the 'Derby? problem In front or him now. Me with roughly $1.3 billion
> ," 1 : hobo convention In Milwaukee. | A-Northern Dancer, the 0. My thra-yor-old cut will need all his Ingenuity to knorkeil off.Johnson .
W : The delegates It seemed, had first Canadian.bred winner sums to hove o coughing spell build his record. represented his re.
w % .r gulped down the last of the re. 1]broke the record for the mile or a choking ipell oboul two or Already one of his major pro. quest as a minimum figure and
3 y/ freshments and disaster ap. and one-quarter test by run. throe times a day. What could grams-medlral care for the until now the House, which has
IIIl ttlA= C : peared imminent until Al put 'ning the distance In two minutes b* wrong and what con I do (for aged-looks like It's probably not completed final action, has
t the bite on a local brewery for flat. him? Doris Drivor, Vancouver, dead for 1964. The House Ways appeared willing to give him
4"I I wonder what ever happened to Harry?" half a barrel of the stuff that B. and Means Committee Wednes. approximately what he asked

l .. .... ,, ""'' '" ', C.A. day voted I It down although glv. with The comparatively minor ruts
"" ; I \
t ::\ + .... ... .,.. <, Diognoui' by long dntonc.Ide, Ing preliminary approval to a among antipoverty the 30 program was
,' phart, mtvitien ornw popr column 5 per cent boost In Social Scrur. measures Johnson
State gl d '" A tIC. I\.IE. B. "II "*'.. vary "" ,"oc'o'y. The 'ympoml wanted action on.
Apportionment fmDIlm" t : TOLEDO: !' E. ( o) "many condition, and d"*oi..

CnAnC. OTTCR Or. airy Kmllor.' Your cat could hovtonoiritmamlc Stamps In the Hews

Those of us who prefer not to reforms have not been initiated and I I. ACROSS Small ": I'rotMlie L ET soHo CAR condition, which woolj'
have the United States Supreme carried out locally. Minorities portabkotcn garment I R L D. REM A IR K 5 mat him cough and whi; ht could' I AP Ntwtftotvrtt I
C. A 0 t T. hov. worms' or he could hav* some'
Court redesign the state legislatures which hold control or periodic con 6. Fault drink. 2b Past IN L D... hoirbolli By SYD KRONISHTO
A R N. 0 Cad A R thing ai simple' 01 In hit
have a practical problem to trol of the state governmental system 10 IL3,2a0ke Sietn Iro n 27 J9.N'epul Plenum E R I nn: E V'I"' stL Go 0 lemocli 'In order to d.,*..,,,"* the CUMMbMORATE the 50th anniversary of its first
face. The injustice in state legisla. by disproportionate voting al hil" coughing, and
origin choking i air mail flight Australia
12: Greet. 32. Chapeau Run, S foliA P.Z A T ,, will issue two new air mail
tive apportionment has not been strength would have to vote themselves your .*t.rlr>ariofl would hav*t. moi I' ,
3J. Sell' v R S .TO: stamp* on July I I. Both
13 Flih AFL MIA T 0 stamps are of the
.auce i...ral lam, Ha would hove : large comllivmvivuvr -
is :
corrected by local means. There out of this control and often 3l& \lIhrlllt ,
U ],oi C A foI! 0 t.. I R 0 I nIERIs. .a W1O QCplCI a
no sign that it would have been out of power. Point 3S. Oil tiptoe L.. E. b 5 N t. IoIITI5. h> Wool your cot i lungi H would wont* Bleriot plane of the type in
unless the Supreme Court steppedin. When there was no redress in 17 Pmcr 37 rrtUlng' S iptcimn and palpal hit' obdaman which Maunct GuilUux carried I
3l>. Porch ( r SOLUTION Or YESTERDAY PUZZLE E.." afar all rhi* ,Init, h. I tnt first
bad official air mill) from Irr..rlFVe
And the abuses in state: systems these modern impatient times III.r" 40 Mate may find mat something' sibs "manrti Melbourne to Sydney in Juh

are very grave.A the Supreme Court reversed its 19. I'n.iu.Led. 41'. lndioe I 2. I.lh genus 8. Football{ things I hone mentioned "It wrong. 1 1914.
report in This newspaper said earlier position that? this was not a :l1. Spread 10 4!. basis 3. Gear team ,In all lot,,, lo year cat, gins' Kim,, The S pence n use green and Is A i
that the largest city in Vermont proper subject for the federal dry jubilant I 4 Lneled: Withdraw rh. benefit o* a pra>.iiianol comma I the 2 shilling 3 pence is red.
Burlington, with a population of courts, and two years ago openedthe 22. /I'eaiegodde POUN: b. Chaice: again ID meat Appoint Nan by yaur arlnarlon' ',. ... Australian Postmaster General
some 35,500 has the same repre- door to the decisions that came > 1 I. Under 7 F-xpand 12 Liter < .1 I Hulme also announced thai' anew roll! of 2,000 The
sump was
sentation in the state's House of this past week. It strained the 16 Light tan it the ticker mil be issued dentned by Prof. Hans
on same date It will be
Representatives as the tiny townof Equal Protection clause of the / I z 3 i/ s 7 a J 19 Thick COLLIER COUNTY NEWS :larger than the present sticker Strohhnfer. Alto Issued by Auttna -

Stratton with 38 inhabitants. In Fourteenth Amendment beyond the ID 20 Scot MICHAEL' CHANCE Edit-Publlthar and I wyll" feature the Southern it a new 1.80 schilling
Connecticut some 12 percent of the limits that we consider safe. But it 0' / murder line THOMAS HAVEN. AMOCHI, Editor I C ross constellation of start at limp commemorating the Second

people elects a majority in the state brought considerable reform starting IZ I7 21 Jump Bu.h\ MARSHALL OPOLKA.WYATT. Adv.Mch.M.naaerALBERT Supt used on the Australian. flag. Conference Parliamentary held and in Vienna Scientific and

House of Representatives. And the two years ago and there will I. ,s "A 11 21 .hounded DAVID HERMANSON.. Cite Director. The Yemen Arab has sponsored by the pretident of
largest city of Hartford with a be much more after the extraordinary /) 24 Ri\ er in MRS. LOUISE DAUB Offic M.r. J joined the nations Republic the Austrian Federal Republic
many philatel-
population of 161,200 has the same legal confusion and political 'i'I is ,/ ,; 1: :NebraikaiJ Portion end Published Saturd.y' deity, in'th eac.pt,"Monday bylb. i ically honoring the late President The Pallit stamp Athena shows the figure of
number of representatives as the that are now ahead. Count Pubsnnnco.' John F. Kennedy Yemen superimposed over
'v // / -r 1l' t6 Hroiid the Inc .1ltr.., Au.nu.. N.. : the Austrian Parliament.
town of Union with only 383 in- This points a practical moral ,// / // pIn, CI' 11940 Mal address P o. overprinted a set of three triangular nee
habitants. which logically follows the objection lJ If IS to 26 pale fumed Boo llil airmails which paid homageto Reports received
i 0 j/ Telephone Midway 11107 for ill : the world's A Post
Since the rural vote has jended to the court's decisions that we arch; departments photo of Office Headquarters in London
11 I Kemedy flanked by the
to be Republican and conservativeacross have already expressed. It is this: to 0 II Jo f/ J4 \ en idect Subscription' Rto die 1017.1969 in English and England show that the recently

the United States, and the If local government is to serve the Jl JJ J. Ill' Halt moon By carrier or mik cuytbla In Arabic appear beneath the origi issued Shakeaptare Fe etl..1
Democratic and liberal it intended // hgiuc advance. nOne illustration. tamps have proved to popular
city vote purpose for which it was 31 Small I Veer III sic Month |T.SO. that the demand for them hat
is easy to understand the high political under the Constitution it will haw 'S 1d barrel; Three Mentha 13,7i. been greater than for .
# Member of The A.*octed! Pre**, Austria hu issued an additional any previ.out
stakes In any move to cor- to reform itself adequately and JJ 14 I Htm! .which ,. entitled .aclu..11f to the value to its tenea of special issue .of British
/ mon-
rect these abuses.It continuously. Else higher authority 47 4T- 16 It'aur lilt u:e'I'far item reaublicelion printed In this of *piper H local** amenlal buildings The 50 gro- tamps. For the first time; In lu
is also easy to understand why will find means to step in. : Ir.u .wall a* ell AP news. dupetcha. i< j is. *->:._le root E"'..... n .ocand clan, ", .tt..t j it, the Offic had to order a reprint of
Christian Science Monitor For' lime 23 ,........,,... U,. Post OllCI, ot Naples, Floido' tame design at the euiti"l staves.
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Naples Little League Close Shaves

One Big Inning Nails Win Marking Play

For Salleys; Kiwanis Dumps At WimbledonWIMBLEDON

Wimbledon tennis, England champion(AP) . . . . . . . . .

Cellar E1i! T T4r ships packed so far with

Cleaners Into Loop hairsbreadth living up to their escapes colorful- are repu.also '6 COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS Thursday, June 25, 1964

tatlon as an arena for giant

Holland Salley's White Sox led with the bases full to drive a single to Ray Bass that brought killers. I
In another run. With the bases With only three days play
Jumped Into second place In Naples 1 In two runs.
Little League second-half A single by Dewey Workinger filled Grafton slugged a home complete, three of the men's Baseball
have been
the left-field fence to seeds already van.
standings by staging a ktng-slz started things for Holland Sal- run over '-
for In the fifth. A walk and climax the big Inning.
ed In the fifth Inning a ley error
rally In addition, the personal am.
had hits In four
14-4 victory over Standard Oil loaded the bases. One run bltlons of several much fancied Roundup
last night. came In on a wild pitch and Joe trips to add to his league-leadIng players Including the reigning ay THE ASSOCIATED PREM

With only one week to play Gratton singled In the tying run. batting average. The homerwas champion Chuck McKinley from By MURRAY CHASS output In Monday's 10.9 victory
after this one,Jaycees occupies David Barley laid down squeeze his seventh this season, and i San Antonio, Tex., have been Associated Press Sports Writer. over the Braves.

first place with a 5-2 record bunt and Alec Winters scored to he also leads In that department w rudely threatened by brash Willie Smith I IS In a rut, and I The contributions of Maury
and Holland Salley Is 42. The give Holland Salley the lead. Griffin had singles for Holland and young up.and.comers on the the Los Angeles Angel hope 11. Wills and John Roseboro to <,\

two teams meet Friday at 5:15 Billy Hatcher singled In two Salley. International tennis circuit. gets even deeper. Wednesday's route undoubtedly
Kiwanis nursed a 2-0 lead over The perils of Pauline have soothed Alston's feelings fur. ,
and the winner will haveaclearcut runa.and Bruce rlffln and Tuck -Li Smith, a refugee from thepitcher'
Trail Cleaners until the sixth nothing on Wimbledon these ther. The manager was particu.
heading Into the er hit singles still with mound, delivered
advantage Fran days. Any ranking player can IlarlY miffed when neither was
Tim Bell relieved when Kiwanis Jumped on losing game-winning hit for the third
final week of play.In out. expect trouble In almost any named to the first or second
Friday's other game. Exchange and walked two batters. Steve pitcher Jerry Cooksley for four N' 1r-'R"-- .-If'r'd... n... round. consecutive night as the Angela,I All-Star teams.
hits and three runs to take a 5-0 whipped Washington 9-5;i
Standard OU Alander In and served "'
came up MtKlnle !
will meet 1 close shave came Wills stroked four singles and
lead. Trail Cleaners broke Law ON THE BALL Dirylt Shaw of the K.nts Hill Wednesday.The .
at 7:15. Standard and Exchangeeach at the height of battle with Tom.as converted outfield, drew a walk In five times at bat,
have 3-3 records and Fri Named rence's shutout In the last of team Is ready for anything al iht worki up a gum bubblt Koch, the 19->ear.old Brazil. newt with : scored three runs, drove In One
Yale Lary er drove in five runs a i
day's winner will still have a the sixth on two errors, a hit while playing tint but In a softball Dlma at Rtidfitld., M*. Ian prospect who I is rated in some homer and a triple, lining Los,,' and stole his 24th and 25th \

chance to win the second half. Adviser For Kids' batter and Roger Johnson's single quarters as a top placer of the Angeles to Its eighth straight. bases Roseboro hit a home run,
to make It 6-2. future ,; his second of the season. '
In yesterday's first game Jay Punting, KickingDALLAS Lawrence hit a home run In r At two sets all with Koch victory majors, this longest season streak and longestIn in the Elsewhere In the NL, Phlla.

Lawrence pitched a strong twos (AP) Yale Lary the third to give Kiwanis Its early Sarasota Whacks leading 1.0 and 40.30 against the team's 3t',- .\l'ar history,\ delphla outlasted Chicago 9.8, .
hitter as Kiwanis took care of 2-0 lead. David Vachon I service in the fifth, the cham. : San Francisco shaded Clncln.
has been named adviser on singled The home run, his third l, cam
Trial Cleaners, 52. With the punting for the kids who try for and scored In front of Lawrence 'pion struggled to survive. He in the seventh Inning after Vic' vile 2.1, Houston trimmed St.
victory Kiwanis climbed out of the punt, pass and kick cham. In the fifth. Lee Danielsand made it but with not muchto Power singled and Jim Fregoslwalked I Louis 7-3: and Pittsburgh topped j

last place and pushed Trail plonshlp. Keith McDuffle singled and Naples Legion The spare record- 3.6,contrasted 6.3. 6-4,5.7,6-4.oddly! and wiped out a 5.3 clefl.clt. New York 3-1. "

Cleaners In.Standard There'll be about a million of Gary Noe was hit by a pitch with McKlnley' Wimbledon pel.formance He added a triple In the
had advantage them this year and the main I eighth, again sending In Power
Oil a 4-2 loading the bases. Gary Bean last year when he F !
after four Innings of Its game precept given by Lary, kickingace chased In two runs with a single Sarasota's hard-hitting Amerl. Nick Pedro started on the went through the tournament and Fregosl.
of the Detroit Lions of the baseball team comb. The night before the 23. ear-
can Legion mound for Naples last night >
against Holland Salley with pitcher and John Deland singled In without dropping a set. t
National Football League will for 16 old Smith soc'ked two.run
Frank ed four Naples pitchers and the lefthander retired Sa r. The three seeded players already a r
Ed giving up only be "Keep your eye on the ball." another. hits en route to a 13.1 victory asota in order In the first Inn. Dennis homer for a 2.0 Angels' victory I Iw
two hits. But H-S awoke In the Lary has been doing mighty Johnson had the only two hits last night at Sarasota. Ing. He gave up two walks and out are Bakersfield Ralston Calif. and Monday night he singled dBy
No.5 from
fifth and scored 12 runs on nine well at It. Last year he aver. for Trail Cleaners. He drop- Winning pitcher Bill Riley re. Sarasota scored three second. Italy's, Nicola Pletrangell No. 7, home the! deciding run. League >

hits. aged 48.9 yards on 35 boots. ped a pop-fly single Into leftfield strtcted Naples to two hits, an Inning runs after two out. Terry and Australia's Martin Mulll- The Angels' spurt has left THE
Winning pitcher Bill Tucker This Is second only to the fabu. near the foul line, In the infield scratch by Van Weeks Gauntt doubled In one, and Billy No.8.Pletrangell. them In eighth place In the ASSOCIATED PRESS
went all the way giving up five lous average complied by Sam. fourth to break up Lawrence's and a ringing double by Charles Sunday and Jim Walters singledin and Mulligan both American League but has

hits, walking two, and striking my Baugh of the Washington no-hit bid. Lawrence walked nobody Barley down the right-field line. one each. succumbed tamely in straight placed them only two games L. Pct g.b.
Redskins In 1940 when he did Neither hit figured in the scor. Don Walker Mike Weeks and way from fifth. A -Icto. over
out 16 In the slx-lnnlng contest. and struck out six Trail sets the Italian losing to Ft.Lauderdale 43 24 .042 -
Each team scored twice aided 51.4.The Cleaners batters. Kiwanis got Ing of Naples' lone run In the Barley followed Pedro to the Pierre Barthes of France 6.3,7.5, Kansas City tonight would vault St. Petersburg 42 25 .027 1
In the first punt, pass and kick con. nine hits behind him, Includingtwo sixth Inning. mound, and Sarasota continued 6-4, and the Australian going them i Into a tie for sixth Lakeland 38 29! .507 3
by errors Inning. test each year Is co.sponsored Vachon and Dan- With a 2-4 record, Naples hopes hitting lustily. The winners add. deep under to Ms compatriotBob Smith's latest performancewas Daytona Brli. 30 30 .545 Gl/
Standard took the lead In the by Ford Motor Co. and the Na. apiece by for better things Sunday when ed a run In the third, three In Hewitt 6-4, 6.2, 64. The gl. an abbreviated one h.didn't Sarasota 31 30 .403 12
fourth when Mark Allen sing. tlonal Football League. iels. manager Rollle Rice's team hosts the fourth, four In the fifth, and ants looked pretty fragile. enter the game until the Miami 29 39 .420 14V;

Bradenton at 2 p.m. at Cambler two in the sixth Even No. 1 seed Roy Emer. fifth Inning. Still he raised his Tampa 29 39 ....420 14'/s'

:Senior little League Park. Righthander Tom Hamil. reached base son of Australia dropped a set batting average 21 points to Orlando 21 47 .309! 221
Barley on
an er.
ton Is the probable starting pit. against a tooth-and-nail fighter .340 and Increased his RBI total
cher against the good Bradenton ror In the second and Weeks beat to 15 In 50 times at bat. Wednesday, Results
from Yugoslavia, Nicola Pillc.
hit with out
out his infield one ,
team. Despite his monotonous on. Fort Lauderdale 0.0, Dayton
The final
score was 6-3,11-9,3-6,
Sarasota now has a 3.2 recordIn but nothing came of It. Barley 64. slaught, Smith proved he Is fal.llble. Beach 0.2. j
Pirates Scuttle Dodgers; Legion play That team's two doubled with one out In the fourth When he appeared as a Tampa G.8, St. Petersburg 1.2 I
losses came when Avon Park and also was left. pinch hitter in the fifth, he Sarasota 6, Lakeland 3
and Fort Myers staged seventh. Pinch hitter Archie Turner Vacations Cut reached first base onlv becauseof Miami 4, Orlando 3 (10 Innings) .
Inning rallies to erase Sarasota walked to lead off the sixth Inn. an erior.

Elks Reds Flatten Cubs leads. Ing for Naples, and Gene Moss And after lashing the triple, Thursday's Games
also walked. Turner then stole Beach Club Field he was picked off third by Daytona Peach at Fort Laudet. .
third and came home when cat. catcher Mike Brumley as Bob dale.

i The high-flying Lawyers Abstract The Cubs go after the Dodgersat lies by the Cubs who trailedby Labron Harris cher Tom Cook threw the ball 21 Dullba struck out. Orlando at Miami
Pirates won their fourth 6:30 p.m. Friday at Gambler a 10-0 score after three Inn- Into left field, trying to cut down To PlayersVacations In other AL games, Baltimore St. Petersburg at Lakeland

In five Senior Little League outs Park, and the Pirates will face Ings. The losers got two runs Makes Bid ForGolfdom's Turner, cut the field to 21 defeated New York 7.4, Chicago Sarasota at Tamjw
Avon Park, which battled Na. trounced Boston 8.1, Detroit I bat
In the fourth and four In the
when knocked off the the Reds at 8. players in yesterday's weekly
legs they
for 11 Monday be. tered Kansas .
pies City 9.5 and Mln.nesota
After some first-Inning troubles fifth. John Abbott sent In the sponsored by the Beach
first-place Cypress Lodge 295 Gold fore winning, 2.1, was beaten on a outing jilpned. Clevpland 3.2 aft.qr .
Dodgers last night 10-4. Jerry Rose pitched steady Cubs' last two runs with a double po.hltter last night by undefeit. Club Men's Golf Association. Prl.MS losing 12.3. BaseballStandings "

With the victory the Pirates seven-hitter as the PI rates stop and relief pitcher'Glen CLEVELAND (AP) Arnie ed Fort Myers. The top four were awarded on low net -'

crept within a half-game of the ped the league leaders The Thornton came on to get the side Palmer and Jack Nicklaus used team .In the standings at this scores. By DICK COUCII '
third-place Collier County Motors Dodgers scored three runs In the out. the National Amateur Champl.: time are Fort Myers, Avon Park, The winners' were E.V.Brum.flel Associated Press Sports Writer
Cubs which lost to Elks opening Inning on two errors Oscar Gonzales and Bruce McCarthy onshlp as a stepping stone to 1 Sarasota, and Bradenton. With at 711; AI Hackett and L.F.Mc. Walter Alston didn't apprecl.
hit the Reds golfdom's golden glory-and victories Connell at 72; Bill Whiteley and ate the beating his Los Angeles
Reds 11.8 and Carlos Alfonso's triple.In singles as some Naples can pull
the second Inning the Pirates got three men across In the first now comes Labron Harris Jr.,> past one or more of those teams O. L Stevens 75; and Bill! Koegelat Dodgers took In the National National LeagueW.
ahead 4-3. scoringon Inning. Two more came across 1962 king of the play.lor.rungroup and gain a playoff spot before the 76. League All, tar poll the other L. Pet. G.B.
NOWI! City went Because some of the playersIn day but It's unlikely he'll do.
40 24 .025
to make his bid. schedule concludes next Philadelphia
I double Fred without aid of a hit In the 12-game
I four walks a by se
the 72.hole four.week tourney
DrinkingWat.r The 190.pound, O-foot-3 Oklahoman -1, month. a recount. San Fran 40 27 .593 l'/4
Moss and Mike Matusiak's sin cond. Bob Tudor singled and sponsored by the association Alston will take base hits
who surrendered his _._ Pittsburgh 35 29 .547 :5;
BEAUTIFULLAKE gle. The Pirates added one run McCarthy doubled during five- amateur status Just two months were rained out, the deadline for ballots any day and the Dodgershave Cincinnati 35 31 .530 6

I In the third and five more In run third Inning. Tudor singledand ago, is making a run at the NFL Giants Puts completion of the tournament will been on a hit rampage St. Louis 33 34 .493 8li
KELtY the fifth, with Ron McCune and came In on Melvin Engle's established stars. be continued through this week. since their shutout In the NL Los Angeles 33 34 .493 8'/j
Moss hitting singles In that Inn- double In the fourth The time In three tournaments he 1 Pop Ivy On List All players should complete player vote for the 1964 Classic Chicago 31 32 ,492 8V'
limit rule shortened the game to finished In the money twice t t, rounds and post scores on the The Dodgers, punchless Houston 33 31 .48r! 9
Ing.The Dodgers were shut out five Innings. the tune of $1,306, and he hope Of Talent Scouts bulletin board this week,thl asso. throughout the early part of the Milwaukee 31 36 .463 lO'/j'
I to boost that figure In the $100,.' elation announced. season, exploded for the second New York 20 49 .290 22'jWednesday's '
titer the first Inning except 000 Cleveland Open which NEW YORK (AP)-The New -.. --- time In three days Wednesday, Results
for a lone fifth-Inning run that York Giants of the National
East, West TeamsIn started today over Highlaiu, Football League have added Coach Sherm Lollolr of the burying Milwaukee 14 behinda Pittsburgh 3, New York 1
LOTS FROM resulted from consecutive singles Workouts For Park's 6,821.yard, par 71 layout,' Frank (Pop) Ivy, former head Baltimore, Oriole. hfftan\ her, l9-hit barrage good for 32 Los Angeles 11, Milwaukee 4
by Hackney.Don Light- title bases.
The 22.year.old Harris, I L NFL American organized! baseball Career in San Francisco 2, Cincinnati 1
$995 up nero and Alfonso. Fred Moss mathematics graduate of Oklahoma .. coach In the The offensive binge was the Philadelphia 9, Chicago 8
All-America Game and Canadian leagues, to their 194) with Baltimore in the
$100 Down had three hits and Ron McCunetwo State University, where! biggest thus far for the world Houston 7, St. Louis 5
roster of talent hunters. International I
Broken 'o-op for the winners. Alfonso BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) If his dad has been golf coach since: eayue. champions, topping their I r..hltI Today's Games

G. H. LUFF had a single double and triple speedy| Bob Brown should hap. 1941, has a dollar sign In his eye Pittsburgh at New York
lli-K. Krai Rotate: llrokrrSlfwurl In three times at bat for pen to bump someone a little in his realistic approach to the Houston at St. Louis

II. .:. & !Iee, ('0. the Dodgers. hard Saturday night, that some game aFwu Los Angeles at San Francisco,
421 l IIlh St., No. Three Reds pitchers successfully one might not bounce up again "I like to play golf, and 1 I N
I'honr Ml I MZ70 held off late-Inning ral- very quickly. wouldn't have much chance t< Only games scheduled
Brown, a guard at Nebraska, play as an amateur," he said Friday's Games
weighed In at 290 pounds "The next 10 years would be ., Los Angeles at San Francisco
Wednesday as he Joined his required for me to set mysel;t N
mate on the West team In their up In some sort of business, anc Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, N
aa dally drill for the fourth annual I'd have to give all my time t 0 New York at Milwaukee, N
AII.Amerlca football game, to it. But 1 think I can make a I Philadelphia at St. Louis, N
be played In War Memorial good living at golf 11 I can'i Houston at Chicago
Stadium. I'll\ find out in a hurry." -
I Brown, a 22ear.old) from Noting that Nlcklaus anc I American League I I
Cleveland, stands 6.5 and hopesto Palmer, both former am at en W. 1.. pet. G.B. I
? make the grade with the winners, were currently 1.2 li I Baltimore 41 25 .623 -
IWb Philadelphia Eagles of the Na.1 w the money won list, Harris said New York 38 25 .603 1'A
tlonal Football League "They are great golfers Yoi I ChicagoMinnesota 36 26 .581 3 t
Before touring Niagara Falls can't compare my game t<) 35 32 .522 6'/4'
with his teammates and the theirs. Cleveland 31 32 .492 8112' I
East team's players Brown and Harris did not play li I Boston 32 36 .471 10 I
1 y the other 56 grldders here went Wednesday's pro-amateur preliminary <, Detroit 30 34 .469 10 r
through their fourth day ,of in which Don Fairfieli Los Angeles 32 37 .464 id/4 I
workouts. got a big break and $800. 1I wMM Washington 29! 42 .408 iiva
Midway through the East'spractice Fairfield was not among the .n w .... w+r Kansas City 26 41 .388 15'/i' 1
Coach Pete Elliott of 50 pros certified by the PG. Wednesday's Results I
Illinois took a few seconds to but was called In off the prac... >. ---- Vto Clevelanr112.2,Minnesota 3.3
press for more drive. lice course to replace: Injure i ; '; -- Detroit 9, Kansas City 5

1111 noted that, after drilling Ed Furgol. Fairfield and thre<. a...;........ Is Your in O2.degree temperature Tues. public links partners carved o SWIMMING is a key part of the summer recreation program at River Baltimore 7, New York 4

day, the players appeared to be a best.ball 59 despite a 77 bj Park, sponsored by the schools and City Recreation Department. Classes Los Angeles 9, Washington 5 t
lagging In Inednesda's 70 dl.rrt' Don and it stood up for the ble(c Today's Games
Garden are held from 10 a.m. until noon :Monday[ through Friday each .
II New
The''. kickoff for the national! prize.In the individual scoring ace, week at the River Park pool. From left are : Jack Dorsey, \life guardi Cleveland York at at Minnesota, Baltimore, N J

televised game by ABC Is set Bill Collins, Harold Knees anBobby' i and swimming instructor ; Johnnie Comer, learning a fundamental ; Kansas City at Los Angeles t
Too Big For Your Lot? for 8130 p.m., EST. A crowd of Nichols picked up $832 3 l Izell Fuller. assisting ; and Rickey Jones, River Park recreation director. N (I

25,000 Is expected for scores of 69. (NEWS photo) Only games scheduled 1
Friday's Games
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: Thursday June 23. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7

To Turn Viet War Name WinnersOf

I' Prelims In Reds Pumping Money, Men,

Around Johnson Thinks I

Beauty Pageant

WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Machines Info Zanzibar
dent Johnson has leaving the chairmanship ';t the \, \OTPi Miss Tal
passed the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, to be ;:Tie ) > Miss Clearwater
word to aides that along with ZANZIB AP)-The Soviet partment and are plat, ;
ambassador, and Depute V :er. II ,' 'Um,, ,,ii\ winners In the \
the assignment of his new top Union Ci mmunikt China dEut rice growing and other i t
secretary of State U. Alexis! Ml 11\11 ;"i iii I Pigeant, lust two
command team to South Viet Johnson to become & Oeriiui \ are pumping schemes to reduce the isla: ?
deput m. L..p4 an MI ", ins" I thesaw It
Nam, he wants the whole UA bassador. men, mlllll'uuJ machines Into dependence on cloves.
of view
nliiU -
m Ill'I"! i i i'
mission In Saigon beefed Zanslbar' China has granted Zanu
up Already on the scene was Lt. I' 0 I iii (11Vle new
much as possible.In Gen William C. Westmorelr! 1 President Julius Nyerere of an interest-free loan of $14 i i.
It like reliving It again,
taking a new look at the who a few day earlier had 1 .""'iM Clarke of Winter the new Republic of Tanffan. lion, much of which will >.">
Southeast Asian crisis becauseof taken chief of ylka and /m/tbai is trying to the form of equipment and T /.
over as U.S. mil. J'I ., tl"c f \\,1,1.1, I state Cnlver-
the resignation of assert his authority In the Island Ices.
Ambassa. Itary forces from Gen Paul ,
sit' 'd! u" resenting the state
dor Henry Cabot Lodge, Johnson Harkins / y0'r [ 15 miles off the East African Soviet technicians have tafc
It.d.1 'Oh. Iiaii't \lell.velt.
'i i
U said to have determined that Well-Informed officials mainland. over running of the harbor a i
now .
'I i i t,111 Reeves of Cl trwt r.
the time has come for the Unit. that a and Zanzibar's iwnpreaidestAbn providing officers for Zai u
say new probably T ,' Mil'roiu t was thtet Miss
ed States to make a major ef. "big name" director of t'.S. i \11 '''', ,'mi,I'ting as iliac Win. eld KJrunic, 59, a lemproU bar's two coastal passe
tort, as some officials ably has no deep love of com ships. Soviet Instructors -,
phrase it, economic' assistant also will be t, \ FnK\ \\ ,is (list runiw.up
"to turn the war munlsm. But the Island leader about 400 recruits''
training ; j
around. sent to Saigon on top of a routine t' t9.3.: i 1'I Keant. Miss Reeves
Some top authorities believe change of personnel which : i. I Miss i HorliU! loiitesUiit fort a seaman for 22 years, Menu people's liberation army lu i'>
the firm leadership of South VI. was already scheduled.But .' uist time unversed In the ways of Com. use of their new Soviet equ:,"

etnamese president, MaJ. Cen. what the Johnson admin. rl1i )1IClar". was one of three munlkt Infiltration. ment.
Nguyen Khanh, Is beginning to 1st rat Ion Is now said to be seek. toi 1'1 ere In Wednesday night's karume is the Idol of the Zanzibar Some of this was displayed:: j

show results, that Improved ing Is a kind of super staff of evi'niir, gown lompehtlon, first Africans and the Island's the big May Day parade, "' .i
U.S. techniques In training high powered talent with pYl.h. w r I.t ::1: ,-mpptltion of the 1964 pageant. most powerful single personality you didn't see all of It," rMaJ. -

South Vietnamese fortes Is also brains and reputation In com. .,' I ........ The others were Barbara llorni. All Mahfoud, the arm; ,JItanna.lndoctrlnated
showing results and F'k Asked this month about Com. second In
that the 111 binatlon to "
produce outstanding tn Miss North Miami, and Stu.
effects in disorder and monists In positions of authority command.
results and the maximum
pOSe ron Test of Miami Shores, Mills
morale of the political upheav.als sible Improvement in the sltua. University\ of Florida In /anrlbar, he replied: Communist literature Is every
of last fall and winter are tlon. r Mill Reeves "What are one or two men? 1 where. The Soviet Embai
was one of four
beginning to be overcome. the have the power and I have my hands It out to school children\
top Siorem in swim suit sec.tlon. '
President Johnson It Is own eyes and ears." The of
under. Also works Mao Tze-tt: ;
singled out Pa.
stood, had expected that Lodge, '. trivia Rui''ker of Bradenton Miss Karume cites generous Com. crowd bookshops.

r the kingpin of the U.S. organ. A Friend Of 9X fi Manatee Count: Sylvia: Robbln., munlst aid as an Indication of The United States mbat_y

Ization and effort In South VietNam son of Plant City, Miss Rule the bloc's friendship and says has also been permitted to

I would remain on the job City and Patricia Anderson of anyone who helps Zanzibar Is reopen Its reading room since
J until August But Lodge decld. welcome Zanzibar and Tanganyika
Belle Glide, Miss Palm
ed for what he has ailed pure The viIp County Dead Some 150 technicians and ex. agreed to unite

ly personal reasons that he had LibraryA In neither competition pelts from the Communist bloc Western diplomats are hope.
was It
to leave almost at once. He said are believed to l1e working In ful Karume' African national.
Indicated which girl I s< 01'ed high.
he wanted to help Pennsylvania spokesman for Friends est Zanzibar Ism may come out on top and
Gov. William W. Scranton In his of the Library leported thata British civil servants have that Western presence may
effort to win the GOP presl. committee will be appoint. Tonight, the 10 girls who \gave 1 been replaced East Germans slowly be re-established.

dentlal nomination. Johnson an. ed noon to select a suitable talent performances Wednesday I,have taken over the Finance
nounced Tuesday the ac. memorial to F. C. Mcintosh night will compete| In evening Ministry and are helping run the
ceptance of the resignation in the headquarters[ building : ,\ gowns, the 11 swim suit ontest. ;radio station, Information Ministry llir biiJtinndo, of besting,
will method of reducing! taxes w..
which Lodge submitted last Fri of the new library ants give talent ivrfornun.res I schools and medical serv.
and the 11 who appeared I Ices once practiced In the Near Eut.
They are dolnjt preliminary
day.At In evening gowns will change to Potential taxpayers suspected of
the same time, and ac c ord. RESOLUTIONWHEREAS work on projects to rehouse
swim suits.They thousands of huddledin tomralma easels well beaten.
had t Africans
Ing to a principle that
previously been adopted that FABIAN C. McINTOSH will rotate again Friday I squalid khantles outside Zan. until they' rtomined to pay up -

there should be no gap between was a charter member of night. Miss Florida will be mbar town. the' mim required growing Its
the FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY named at the climax\ of Saturday
Lodge and his successor, John. The Red Chinese are firmly with the amount of punishment

son announced, an unprecedent.ed andWHEREAS night's finals ,ensconced In the agriculture de. suffered.Swimming .
and Mr. Mcintosh, __ n_ '
combination of talents -------- --

experience| would be sent Into through his Inspired leadershipas

the U.S. Embassy at Saigon a director and officer of the

with Cen. Maxwell D. Taylor, FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY, TilE QUEEN AND HER COURT "Miss Florida World" of 1961. Anyone ?

gave unstintingly! his time and Carole Hale of Miami, poses with her royal court in front of the
efforts toward the betterment of
Television Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet Club, where the annual beauty pageant
the facilities In Naplesand (Come Car Boat)
library By or
Collier and was held. At left Is Karol Kelly of Zephyrhills, first runner-up ; on

County; right Is Mary Duncan of Coral Gables, second runner-up. Miss Hale,
Televlsloa-Radlo Writer accomplishments many have come ;)4-22-55: University of Miami senior will represent Florida in the

NEW YORK (AP-A number about during Mr. Mclmosh's tee "Miss USA" contest in Detroit, Aug. 2229. LIMITED POOL MEMBERSHIPS

of television viewers of the New nure in office i and

York area were scandalized recently. WHEREAS Mr. Mcintosh assisted by Jan 1 with a warning "that 3 Delta GammasAre

There was that nice, materially In securingover Lawsuits May cigarette smoking Is dangerous
golf.playlng Dr. Alex Slone, who 900 members for the to health and may cause death Miami-Bound
as everybody knows had been from cancer and other dl.
married for years-seven yean FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY, ceases" Three Delta Gammas from Na. "

on the ABC "Donna Reed and through his efforts In close FTC The commission set a July 1, pies will be attending the Della '1 ": ;;;

Show" alone-chasing around cooperation with many citizensof Suspend 196S, deadline for this warning Gamma International Convention

everywhere in the company of Collier County a successfulfund label to be Included In all ad. being held at the Doral Hotel

' a good'luoklng brunette. drive Is well under way to vertlslng, although it said it in Miami Beach this weekend.

The truth is, Dr. Alex Stone- build the Headquarters Library Rule would postpone this deadline U Those attending from Naples are

the character played by Carl for the Collier County Free Pub- Tobacco the Industry could convince the Mrs. Leon Hathaway, 1378 10th 's

, Betz-was on his honeymoonand lic Library System and commission that it had changed Street North; Mrs. B. G. Sutton, tafiiitian Pool-On-The-Bay
; WASHINGTON (AP) Can.rrelll 273 First Avenue South and Mrs.
the first part of a trip that Mr. McIntosh its advertising In such a way to ;
will --take.him aiKC his bride,. WHEREAS and felcrd: w part suits make1: the requirement unneces Marlon Buchannn; 'S48' HKJwryBird. .. .
Unselfish tnj '
Gloria, to Greece, Italy and through his many are the twj likely obstacles to nary In Conlta Springs: '
deavors and material contributions Implementation of a new Fed. ,The Naples Delta Gammas are ,
Britain. The honeymoon Is lone The announcement was re. scove
overdue, for Betz and his artist has substantially contributed eral Trade Commission rule re. fleeted at once In the stock particularly Interested in the Pan
wife have been married for six toward the betterment of the quiring the tobacco industry to market. While the New wyork Hellenic luncheon since they are
months. cultural, civic and educational label cigarettes as health haZe Stock Exchang list was scor. members of the newly formed Children's Hours:

Television situation comedies, institutions of Naples and Col ards. ing its best advance In a month, Pan Hellenic group in Naples. J n 10:00 to 4:30 Daily
The extent of the delay
particularly those with the eternally lier County; may. prices of major tobacco stocks Some 500 delegates and visitorswill
popular family set ups, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT be detailed today when rep resentatlves slipped 75 cent to $1.50. be present at the convention.
of the tobacco industry
can easily turn out to be mink. RESOLVED --- For the Entire Family -
before the House
lined, air-conditioned prisons for testify Victims "I all nlr.disi, fu-n
i "
That the elected
actors. Nut only does the con. bers of we the, Board duly of Directorsof mem- Commerce Paul Rand Committee Dixon, chairmanof U.S. Coast Guard rrpenrns.. black JIB Tiiplole! 00 For the Entire' Season Cocktails Served

slant exposure of an actor In loss ,of r '" far I t n u dat"at )
the FRIENDS OF THE LIBRA the FTC, told the committeehe Phone MI 2-6501 Adults Until 8.00 P.M.
one role year after year tend Auxiliary Gives a time,
RY OF COLLIER the will comply .
to typecast him In the Industrybut COUNTY, INC. hopes Industry
the character Is likely to and the members of the Collier voluntarily, but ho added: Free Boat Exams

obscure the performer.Betz County Free Public Library "They can take this rule to the
nearest court and ask for a re. Inspector examiners of Naples
Board all of the
a Pittsburgh native who representing
view. I'm satisfied this will Flotilla 93 of the U.S. Coast
started playing summer theatre people of Naples and Collier
Guard Auxiliary will conduct free
stock near his home town, Is County do hereby express our happen.Later, Sen. B, Everett Jor. inspections of pleasure boats at
aware of the difficulty and
sincere appreciation for Mr.Mc- dan, a Democrat from tobacco. four marinas from 9 a.m to
works to prevent such a fate. Intosh's unselfish efforts In the producing North Carolina, said: 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, June .1141
Last he de.
season, for instance, building of a library for Collier "I have been In touch with 27 and 28. ( +li'.8tataxirlttda.e
voted five months- week.
every County and we further extendour leaders and representatives of The locations are Boat Ha.
end night from Thursday on-
Los deepest sympathies to the growers warehousemen and yen, M t M. Skipper Smith's
appearing on a Angeles
manufacturers and these and the Eportspot marinas.
members of the Mcintosh fam- groups
In twb avant-garde
stage plays,
Boats minimum Fed.
have already agreed to take the meeting
Last ily. Mr. Mclntosh's wise counsel -
Samuel Beckett's "Krapp's
eral requirements and certain
matter to the courts Immedi
In his friend- Ilv
Tape" and Edward Albee's our councils ately." recommended safety feature F

"The Zoo Story." cated desire to always serve the And Albert G. Clay, president will receive a decal which is hon '

"If my way of keeping my best Interests of education civic of the Burley Auction Ware. ored by the Coast Guard and state '

sanity," Betz explained with a betterment and finer libraries for house Association, questionedthe authorities. 'L'

smile. "After such a long time our community will be sorely commission's authority to Boatmen requesting the free (

In one part, an actor Is In great missed from amongst us: enforce the ruling. He said he inspection are urged to bring

danger of playing so casually- AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED thinks the manufacturers will their current registration certificates .
giving such a naturalistic per. take steps Immediately to chal. and are reminded that
[ormance-that it Is almost June 30th final
lenge it.Dixon. Is the date for
The joint unamlojsly
lethargic estimated that If the in. acquiring new 1964-03 certificates
Betz (whose hobbles are ten. approve that a copy hereof be dustry goes to court It will take from the county tax col.ll'ctor' .
prepared and certified and be delivered
nls and baseball watching) be. four years of litigation before office.
lIeves that predicting the sue. to the family of FABIANC.
the rule can go Into effect.
cess of a television series is MCINTOSH to evidence the The FTC, In the rule announced lI.a hoped sl safe

rather like handicapping a feeling and expression of deep by Dixon Wednesday iterrnut _ill h lpth. Canadian

horserace. The best horse, appreciation and the Boards' requires all cigarette manufac. North whose mineral re ounc<-

under certain conditions, usual.ly high esteem for Mr. Mcintosh. turers to label their products have scarcely been tapped. ti

wins. The Boards further direct thata \\i
The Donna Reed Show whenIt
copy of this Resolution be
started seven seasons back
had a slow start. In fact, It was immediately released to all news
media In the area. _
on the verge of being canceled
when It began, slowly, to build The foregoing Is a true and When \
Its audience. correct copy of a Resolution unanimously : I IIt

Through the years, Alex adopted by the Boardof Time I IsImportant t.-
"tone'! family has had considerable Directors of the FRIENDSOF

change A daughter THE LIBRARY OF COLLIER !

played by Shelley Fabares, out. COUNTY, INC. and the I

crew her role and departed- Library Board of the Collier :
ostensibly to college, but actual.ly 1
County Free Public Library System
out to a career on her own. : ..,. _.
meeting Jointly this 24th ,
Patty Petersen, aged 8, was In. 1 Nova t-Patienytr Station Wagon
of 1964.
but troduced now has originally been Integrated as a vlsl'or into, 'day June .and MONEY '/ CH EVY U by ChevroletIf

the cast as the Stone's own- Eugene Turner, president,

.!'People have accepted It and I FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Essential
never get mail asking about the COLLIER COUNTY INC, Is you thought Chevy U was thrifty before, you should see your Chevrolet dealer now

foster ft Betz child give thing all "the credit to G.Parlu.president SEE US !
Hiss Reed and her husband, ,COLLIER COUNTY FREE PUBLIC C you couldn't pick a bttter lime to buy out! Inside the Nova wagon, where you can seat

tony Owens, producer of the LIBRARY SYSTEM. Wagons. Sedans Sporty Sport Coupes Take six anglers with tackle boxes, there's deep-

tiow., your pick. They're ail tightwads. twist carpeting surrounded by vinyl that's as

OUR MONEY SERVICEIS The Nova for Instance, likeIt's the 1RADE1I T>laVEl washable as tile. Behind that, a storage area

QUICK, AND IT'S CONVENIENT, TOO Chevy 11's, adjusts its own got TIME with as much room as the insides of seven goods -

Delcotron generator to lengthen a battery's sized refrigerators.
Opportunity for right man between age of 25 life. The engines are real gas scrooges. And the Your Chevrolet dealer has many more details

for assistant at rocker take in rain water to flush themselves that Interest Why don't two
to 60. Opening an manager. teens up i t. $600 panel 10* TNI CIlIA may you. you getHICNWAY

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COUNTY NEWS Thursday, Juno 13: 1964 y 3t


COLLIER" ; ,'q1fl1p44t NEW BOOKS at your

JvTpIe5."J 'Parh J 1id Library

Van Jer Lilt Jjeadi 4k -
: n The following new books have min Fine; How to Get Money for

recently been added to the col College, Benjamin Fine; Noted
A. Foster MI 2-1361 lection of the Collier County American Duels and Hostile Encounters

Free Public Library Hamilton Cochran; I
The regular monthly meetingof ten Linda and Albert of West >o t FICTION Seasons of the Try to Behave MyselfPeg Brac-
the Naples Park Area Association 4llis, Wise. ,1 r Heart, Margaret Abrams; Home ken.
will be held tonight at Friends and neighbors of Mr. Is the Sailor, Jorge Amado; SCIENCE A Parent's Guideto
8 In their building on 108 Ave and Mrs. Herman Warner, of : A Fine Madness, Elliott Baker; the New Mathematics, Evelyn
nue. After the meeting, Joe 103rd Avenue, win be happy to n : A Touch of the Dragon Hamil Sharp; Physics for Teachers,
Belyea, chairman program, will know that Mr. Warner Is now s t ton Basso; Quick, Before t it R.L. Weber; Matter R.E. Lapp;
show a movie on a cruise to at home, and doing very well, Melts, Philip Benjamin; The The Atom, Charles Hatcher; The
South America Do make an after undergoing recent sur ;: : : Marchman, Keith Botsford: A Enjoyment of Chemistry, L.C.
effort to attend gery. Ills home address Is T Fool In the Forest, B.B. Bur- Vaczek; Beyond Time, Michel
Many of our people are awayon Herman Warner--117-West 2nd wellj A Chosen Sparrow, Vera Siffre; Fossils In America,J.E.
vacations. Some have already Street, Pomery., Ohio 1 am 1 Casparyt; D-Day In Paradise, Ransom;All About Tropical Fish,
returned, and have some sure a "get well" message will r Max Cattoj; A God and His Gifts, Derek Mclnerny; Ulendo, Archie
very Interesting stories to tell be more than welcome. .9 Ivy Compton-Burnetq I Lisa Ken- Carr; The Amazing World of
of their travels 1 would like Nice to know that John g.Holllngsworth 1 nerley's Husband,Elizabeth Co- Insects, A.T. Bandsma; Fishes

to tell a few of them. ,known to all In this bets: Reuben, Reuben,. Peter and Their Ways, CJ'. Hylander;
Recently Mr. and Mrs. Joe area as "Doc" of 105th AvenueIs De Vrles. Danger, Shark! Jean Butler; I
Belyea of 102nd Avenue enjoyed now at home,after three weeks t' 4 The Loser,Borden Deal;Royal Went to the Woods, Ronald Aus-
a most pleasant and enJoy- In the Victoria Hospital In North 1N Flush, William DrydenJulioJu-; ting; Bird Guide, C.A. Reed; The
able vacation. Leaving Miami West Miami. Doc underwent surgery renlto, Ilia Ehrer.burg, Rogue's World of the Beaver, L.L. Rue;
a Friday at 5 p.m., aboard the on both eyes, but Is doing Harbor, Inglls Fletcher; Love Gara-Yaka, Desmond Varaday.
"SS. Ariadne," a completely fine. He returned last Friday Finds a Way, Marcia Ford; The APPLIED SCIENCE Wonder 1
air-conditioned ship, with swim- for a check-up. Hope It won't Hand of Mary Constable, Paul Drugs, H.M. Bottcher; Your 1
ming pool, night club etc. They be too long before his friends a A Galileo; Old Hickory, Noel Ger- Heart & Common Sense, RJI' 1 Ft
arrived at Nassau the following and neighbors will see him fish- SOl'll; Run Me a River, Janice Needles; Episode, Eric Hod- 1
morning at 8 a.m.Saturday morn- ing again.Mr. Giles; The Spire, William Gold- gins; The Cured Alcoholic, A.H.!I t
Ing they toured all the InterestIng and Mrs. Duck Sims of : r'vice Ing; The Keepers of the House Cain; The Three Chrlsts of Ypsllanti -

spots,and had duty-free shop Vanderbilt Drive have as guests, Shirley Ann Grau; the Unforgiving Milton Rokeach; ABC's of
ping. Leaving Nassau at mid- Mrs. Sims' brother and wife, Wind, John Harris; Orphansof Citizens Band Radio, Len Buck-

night Saturday, they arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brown, IT'S THE BEGINNING of the "Marco of Tomor- the Sky, Robert Heinlein; Vain i I waiter; Glenn's New Auto Repair -
Ocho Rlos, Jamaica, Monday at and two children, Martha and and at the present time row" Shadow, Jane Hervey: False Col. Manual; A Sense of Sea-
I 8 a.m. Here they toured and Thomas, of Ashevllle.N.C. Theyall has 16 years to his credit. for as heavy future machinery moves in to clear the Half Population ours, Georgette Heyer; Budd- sons, Jean Hersey; JunarGar
also shopped. In the the have been way a resort and residential communityof Evan den Club Handbook Fannie Pee-
iii evening enjoying fishing and Twelve lovely girls from Naples Of U.S. LicensedTo wing, Hunter. ,
captain gave a cocktail party to swimming In the Gulf. left Sunday to attend the 50,000 people. The Marco Island Development The Blind Heart, Storm Jame pies; Pruning Guide to Trees,
welcome all aboard with a Mr. and Mrs. John Winklerof Grand Assembly of the Rainbow Corp., plans to develop nearly 10,000 acres on the Drive Autos SOl'll; Brightness, Elizabeth Jen- Shrubs, and Vines, Thomas Ste- d'

Calypso band and all the trim- 110th Avenue returned this Girls In Jacksonvl1le,Fla. Threeof mainland and adjacent islands. There will be WAStrtNGTON! (AP) About kins; The Martyred, Richard vensonGrowingOrchldsatYour; t n:
mings.They. week after spending two weeks those girls are from this area public beaches, parks, a golf course, residentialsites halt the population 93.7 million,"t Kim; Gold Strike In Hell, D.S. Windows, Jack Kramer; A His'p'
left Ocho Rlos Monday with their family In Danville, and arel Bette Retmann, daughter estate sites for large homes, a hotel and was licensed to drive cars and i Lambert; The Big Knives, Bruce tory of Domesticated Animals, 91,
night and arrived at Kingston 111. The parents of Mr. Winkler of Mr. and Mrs. Charles apartment cluster, business districts, sites for trucks last year and 45 percent Lancaster; Tomorrow Will be F.E. Zeuner; The Art of Fruit n,
Tuesday morning. Again a Calypso Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winkler Martin of Vanderbilt Beach;Mar- schools, churches and hospitals. Mackle Brothersof of the drivers were crowd> Monday, Katlnka Loeser; A Can Cookery, Stella Standard; Discipline
band was on deck to wel- will arrive on July 4th for garet Hall, daughter of Mr, and the Deltona Corp., and the Collier interests ed Into seven states. die In Her Heart, Emilie Lor- and Child Guidance, K.S. \IBe
come them. More shoppingend- a visit. Mrs. G.E. Hall of 104th Avenue, make up the M1DC., (McGrath photo) Bureau Figures released today by the' Ing; The Last Savage.G Ian Ca rlo rnha rdt. \I
\ Ing at the famed Myrtle Bank Young Steve Rivers, son of and Susan Armstrong, daughterof -_. that California Public was Roads far showed ahead Menottl; Looking For the Gen- FINE ARTS: Great Paintings h'91
Hotel for another limbo show, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rivers Jr. Richard, and granddaughter of they had traveled 617 miles in Carlsbad, New Mexico, and wereIn !: with 9 million+ licensed drivers. eral. Warren Miller; There You from the Prado Museum,
where a 6 foot native went under of 95th Avenue, and Sixth StreetIs Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armstrong of Florida on their western trip. a group of 285 people who The other big six were New Are, But Where Are You? Robert .. Wehle; The Art of the Re'y
the limbo stick, only 9 Inches leaving today (June 25th) by 101st Avenue. Their first stop was Galveston, walked the downward paths Into York, 7.7 million; Pennsylvania, Mlrvtsh; A Fair Day's Work, nalssance, Peter Murray; world! In
from the floor, without touching air for England, on the British Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Texas, where Mr. Hulpleu Stop- the caverns--a really beautifuland 5.9 million; Ohio and Texas Nicholas Monsarrat; Darrell, Architecture; Design and Form, CI,
his hands. Overseas Airline, to attend Henry Klein of 103rd Avenu ped at the Medical School to see majestic place. with 5.1 million each; Illinois Marlon Montgomery; To Sit on Johannes Itten; Field Guide to
I Left Kingston Wednesday afternoon boarding school for one year. for three weeks are Mr. and a former associate. After the 3-mlle walk, their 4.9 million and Michigan, 4 million a Horse; Albert Morgan; 1 Was American Victorian Furniture, p
and In the evening they While there he will be near his Mrs. Daniel Tutolo and daughter At Houston, Texas they got on toes were about to Dancing, Edwin O'Connor; There T.H. Ormsby; How to Make Collages te
ready come
enjoyed the captain's delightful aunt, Mrs. Verva Goodman. En Vicki, nephew Donald Galbraith a freeway, and were out of town out of the front of their shoes, In all, 1.7 million more II. May be Heaven, Elisabeth Ogll- ,John Lynch; Color Manual D''
farewell dinner--just like New route the plane will stop at Nas- from Bethleham, Pa.,and before they could do anything but they would not have missed censed last drivers than were there on the were road I In vie. for Artists, A.L. Guptill; 22 Famous
Year's Eve, with hats, noise- sau and Bermuda a niece, Cindy Pengh, of Free- about It, so Mr, Hulpleu "visi- seeing It-a true fairyland. 1962.year The Winter People, Gilbert Painters and Illustrators 1'
makers and all the Mr. and Oren Burbank Pa ted" the with Phelps The In Lisbon Tell How Work Anne
trimmings. Mrs. mansburg, over phone his cousin May 12th was a big day for ; Night They Mary I/o
They arrived back In Miami on owners of the Dutchess Motel on there. Next stop was John- them the Eric Remarque; In Vivo, Mild Guitar; The Fabulous Life of
Friday morning, the end of a the Trail have as guests their GREAT TRIP son City,Texas,where they drove In the, they Painted spent Desert morning and Petrified CONSISTENT. AS TO PARTY red Savage; '68, Peter Scaevola; Diego Rivera, B.D. Wolfe; Four I f
wonderful vacation and no tele and (X' \l,\, I 1'111.! (UP) .l.uwnPorlcr 1 b John Mordaunt Scott
daughter husband, Staff Sergeant Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Hul- by President Johnson's home. A Forest, and late after- Virgil ; Flights Up, Margalo Glllinore. 81+
phones I and Mrs. Arthur J. Ers- pleu of Wlllett Avenue., Vander- guard was on duty In the guard noon took the nip to Oak Creek IXMM u sl.iurryihlcrcJ Katie's Young Doctor, Elizabeth LITERATURE: Doings and
kine, and their four children bilt Beach, returned last Thurs- house on the road, so you just Canyon, south of Flagstaff, and pain thin spring! in vole in cinch Selfert; Martha, Eric, and Undoings, Norman Podhoretz; c.
NICE REUNIONSMr. Tommy, Terry, Linda and Janet, day from a most wonderful trip. had to keep moving. But that still to Grand coming rlcctinns.Porter George, Margery Sharp But Not Collected Poems, Babette H
and Mrs. John Koke ol here on a months leave from Leaving Naples on May 5th, they was the day they passed !beautiful ? night.got On their sight Canyon that a Virginia nuiivirrgiKlcrcd i -, for Love, Edwin Shrake; A Savage Deutsch; Flower Herding on S
seetngtour llie
95th Avenue have as guests,Mrs the Shaw Air Force Base, Sump- headed North, and as they cross fields of Bluebonnets, the the next day they met folks fromMalayalndoneslaHol1andEng suit hr firM Imuin has I I88H.He Place, Frank Slaughter; Mount Monadnock, Galway Kin- C
J Koke's brother and family, Mr ter, S.C. Staff Sgt. ErsklneIs ed the Florida-Louisiana state Texas flower. "hfiuiwiIhc ulwuyn votedlkrourutn When the Lion Feeds, Wilbur nell; My Bones being Wiser, II

And Mrs. Art Melbard with child making a career of the ser line they were amazed to find On May 10th, they were In, land, France and Japan< One arc'' in during:Repuhluuns A. Smith; Break the Young Land, Vassar Miller; Fifty Years In C
". Joshua Stark; Mistress of the the, Doghouse, Lloyd Alexander
H|III' ,
Japanese youth\ asked"JNMtylpleu 'X. "ifcil" r. HI HI 5''
:: ; Forge, D.avld.Ttolog.FJood, Robert ; A Moveable Feast, Ernest ,
what country he was from. p
STARTS 'TODAY. ;.AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S- Next was the Hoover Dam and through the alkali flats and shallow Penn Warren; A Feast of Hemingway; A Frieze of Girls, p
Freedom Leonard Allan Back Abnormal
Las Vegas. Now on to California lakes of Nevada. Wlbberley. Seager; to T
,>,.l ere the roses and geranIums In Colorado Springs they tooka MYSTERIES Out of the Blue, Caskle Stinnett; Requiem for the a
are beyond description, I'' car to the top of Pike's Peak, Frank Archer; The Yellow Villa, Living, Cecil Day-Lewis; The 1,
t rip to the famed Zoi In San Diego arrived In a snow storm,and had Suzanne Blanc Better Off Dead, Burning Perch, L.F. MacNeice; 0
- is a stop In Capistrano but the Swallows a view of the Garden of the Gods John Bonett Kalahari Kill, Samuel Fifty Poems, Boris Pasternak; C
saving l were not around. when they got back. Dembo; The Hospitality of Cricket] Songs: Japanese haiku,
SUItIl-r/ford Dealers! Still driving upward they stop North of Colorado Springs they the House, Doris M. Disney; The Han y Behn, comp C
Missing Man, Hillary[ Waugh TRAVEL Inventing the Future '
ped at the Los Angeles area to visited the.Air Force Academy ; ;
with the Black Amber, Phyllis Whitney; Dennis Gabor; Beyond the
visit a cousin and had a day In arriving early hope of v
: at an all-lima' highland Disneyland and Marlneland. seeing the chapel which housesthe To Hide a Rogue, Thomas Walsh; West Horizon, E.G. Hiscock;
A Stranger to Herself.Brad More Time Than Money, Heddy
we're keeping the pot boiling with biglam Now we continue our travels, Catholic,Protestant and Jewish b
!liams. Kraemer The
; Treasure of the It
this time the Chapels all under roof
to Sequoia National one ,,
ft savings on Ford, Fairlane and Falcon Great
every Park, and a bus trip of 130 but the cadets had just been graduated Reef.A.C.ClarkejUlysses: o
... _, .....___ In stock! miles through Kings Canyon. and there were weddings NON-FICTION Found, E.D.S. Bradford; Atlas of tI,
..... dmer acct row PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY Florida, C,,?. Ralsz; From the rt,
the hour
'e = ;11; = = = 7 Low, low prices-rjlus an extra trade-inx Mighty glad they were not driv- every on and the Silent Eanh m
!!JIi!! ing on this trip,all winding roads, Chapel was closed to the pub : Psychoanalysis and J.W. AIsop; How/
= III:' = =-4"- bonus on your present carl And that'sr1i but beautiful sights. The morn- Faith, Sigmund Freud; And Always to be an Allen, George Mikes; th

!11.r--::... only the start of what you save. Ford's Ing they were to leave this area lic.On the return trip back home Tomorrow,Sara E.LorenzI; The Holy Land, J. Creten; Re'r
awoke had reunions with Venture Inward,Hugh Cayce; The tiring to the Caribbean, Wesley
exclusive twice a year (or6000-mile) main. they to see snow falling, they family th
.=. tenance schedule will keep on saving money and three Inches on the ground, In Dodge City and at Wichita, Case of Patience Worth, W.F. Edson; Hod-carrier, Gerals W. R,
Prince. Worlds Apart, Owen Johnson; The Golden f Haze, R.W.
=-= ,w = =:w' v == =, for you mile after mile after mile. Come so they went back to bed until Kan., with old school friends. Bar Held. Cameron. 8<
the roads were clear. Yosemite From there to Ft. Worth for a cr
:=. == = = = = = in, get a red.hot buy on the hottest-selhng was beautiful, as they had the few days, and once again on the RELIGION: Notes on the HISTORY !illustrated History rx
: ; == = === aw 'w Ford in history-right now, while there's full view of the falls from their home stretch 8,484 miles o"touring" Lord's Prayer, Ralssa Maritain[ ; of the First World War, AJ.P.' m
art: bee = =- ::! = = plenty of summertime pleasure ahead. room. and now they are happy A Prayer for Every Meeting. Taylor; The United States and de
wnal-Ily -- ---- ANI Next stop was San Francisco, to be home with their friends. SOCIAL SCIENCES: Suicide of World War /II, AM. Buchanan;
= ===== =' =' = with Chinatown at night, a rideon I do hope you have relived the ;West, James Burnham; The The Wall of Shame, W.A. Heaps; to a
Naked; Society, Vance Packard The Age of Napoleon, J.C. Her
the cable car, dinner at Fish their trip, and enjoyed their vacation ; tlMellen
The Republican Dilemma[ Conrad 'oM; Hawaiian Heritage, Kathleen
--- erman's Wharf, and a perfect as much as 1 have in writ- tin
'- view from the top of the Mark Ing it for you. Joyner; How to Invest and : .
Protect Your Profits In Real Estate BIOGRAPHY On a Shoestring p
Then came a visit with a cousinIn Until next week when I hopeto
Rothschild 'and a Prayer, R.P. Sloan It Was
Syndicates Hugo
; It
St. Helena In the Napa Valley bring you someone else's fine
The Peaceful Assault,D.A.Hyde; All Quite Different, Vicki Baum; pc
where they were taken trip, may good Lord watch
The Great Treasury Raid, Philip (Carlos, John Langdon-Davies 01
through one of the 13 wineries. over all of you and keep you ;
well.rhere's Stern; No Need forHungerJonathan The Hiroshima Pilot, W.B. Hule; hi
From there to Lake< Tahoe and .
Garst; The Birth of the Constltution The Rest of the Story, Shellah
,D.D,Chidsey;The Right to Life, Norman St.John-Stevas; 'Mrs L.BJ.' Ruth Montgomery;
La Legion, Geoffrey Bocca; A Day In the Life of President fKennedyJlmBlshopFourDays .
Nothing Lips It In Naples Peace Is a Three-edged Sword, ; Yo'
Lloyd Mallan; The Wasted Am1'UPI; Lenin, S.T. Possony; The
eilcans, Edgar May. 1 IA Prince of Thieves. JJ. Lynx;
Pictorial History of AmerIcan 'When the Cheering StoppedGeneSmith. i
VffiageGreen Crime, Allen Churchill; : '
Save now on a middle size Fairlane, the family-size car with (portsSave now on Falcon-plushest compact ever built. New Spawn of Evil, Paul Wellman; (
car feel quality proved by over 6 billion owner.driven miles!: wider rear tread, improved suspension, added insulation Spy Mysteries Unveiled, Vernon

,. ,... ", >. .tr !<\: ;' "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A Hinchley; Schooling for Indivi-
Excellence, Don Parker,
r ,1 New Community of Cooperative i\1iat They Are Doing to Your
Children, M.L. Rafferty; Col-
Garden Apartments for Adults lege Entrance Guide, Bernice y fEveryone
Einstein; Educating the Aca-
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 demically Able, L.D. Crow; )

Stretching Their Mln.s, Benja Reads The NEWS




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Naples To Miami
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Save now on a Super Torque Ford the strongest, smoothest, steadiest car in its class It'% got utrlln'ul.tlon. too for a quieter ride. 7:45 A.M. U:30: A.M. 3.45 PiM.:

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305 5th Ave, South MI 2.2124
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Many Smaller Sales Boost

I County Realty To $582,700


Values ot county real estate part Lot 14, BUt A, Guilford Ac. Gardens, Inc., to Lester Whlta.

transactions for the current pro. rca, $8,500; S.B. Allendorf ker and Charles Nicholas, Lot

Ceasing period totaled 582700. agent to Andrew T. and CarolJ. 14, Bit B, Unit 1, Sorrento Car.

: a slight downward swing from the Rogers Naples, Lot 10, Bit dens, $1,900; Joseph S. Weinfeld.It ,

$859479 reported last period.To F, Gulf Acres, 2500. al, to A.M. and Mildred B.

4i tal for the month of June now Seal, Immokalee, Park Blk S,

> : stand at $1,797,529. GULF HARBOR Sunny Acres, $1,900; Myrtle L.

S In the current period 85 tran. Gulf Harbor Corp., to Hattie Chesser arty., to Edwin M. and

stations with values reportedat KaHlwood, Fayetteville Tenn., Nellie Whltehurst, Naples Part

less than $1,000 were proces Lot 86, Gulf Harbor, $2.000; Lots 23 and 24, Blk 3, W.H.

sed with a total ales value of'''William H. Ludlxen to Harry R.Rivenbank Surrency Sub'd., $3,600.COUNTY .

47400. Coral Gables, Lot 36,
Sales of $1,000 or over with No.1. Isles of Capri $3,600; ,

values taken from tax stampson Mar'o Highlands Inc., Stanley R.V. Lee Apartments, Inc., tc

recorded deeds Included the W. and Veda Elder Marquette, Sarasota Bank and Trust Co.,

follow : Mich., Lot 31, Bit 2, Marco High Sarasota parcel In Sec 16, Twp 1 Announcement 13-Help Want. Female 38-Autos For St''*!) 49-House For Rent

Edgar P. EverhardJr.Exec., lands, $2,200 Gerald V. Shaffer 49, Rge 30, $10,000; Stephen
to L. Lebron and Eloise Alex.ander to Merlin E. and Elisabeth R. Ctccorella to Turf Const. Co., Experienced waitresses et Se. CVCRYBOOY LIStS A WIN. I ....,.... cotteie completely funiehed .
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON roMe Retteurent See Helen NCR HER ARC I FOR. YOU I bike from beech 1
Naples, Part Lots 3 and 4 Swanson Coodland Lots 14 and Inc., Newtonvllle, N.Y., parcel lets I I Temien Tnt ..,..... '/t0tf TO CHOOSE FROM' bibs from pier Avolltble until

and 5, Blk D, Lake Replat $23,. 15, Blk B, Unit 1, Myrtle Cove In Sec 9, Twp 50, Rge 26, $13, "Midway" 55412 W.t, ,... wanted _for_ tneck Sap 1H7 ..Falcon AT, ASH. 4 dr II7.M I Deluxe SteWgn Pot I M4011 unfurniehed ./t.1tI .

SOOj Brent Corp,toTrencoCom.I Acres $3,000; Trail Developers 000; Henderson Creek Co., to ASCOAPPLIANCE end lounge. Mutt be II .... MlI A GOOD ICCOND CAR .edrm house furnlehed with carport er on

patty Columbus Ohio, parcel In Inc., to Delwyn Jerome Ziegler Bill J. and Connie Bergan,Jules Mil '/It.lf PRICED RIGHT prlvete ..'ot.. Call AndertonMl .
SERVICE IKt 17' Michel) Boot 10 HP
I Lois 5 and 6BIkSUnlt I, The Lot Angeles, Calif., Lots 17, 18, burg Colo., parcels In Sec 3 and Colored girl te .baby. tit end. engine' Coal treller Included. I Mil __. _.--!/!.!!

I Moorings $28,500; The Brent 19 and 20, Bit 9, Naples Manor 10, Twp SI, Rge 26, $33,500; COMPANY do cleaning Ml I MM I dayt before e weekPhone t er loll Summer.la. r.,1.: : long VERY ROOMY 4 '1'.. I Bethunlurnlohed lot.
. HEAT WAVE -One gets anew I Corp., to C. R. and MaryJ.' Annex, $2,800; Paul R. Lowe to Collier Dev. Corp., to The Dut. Art pleased,our opening te 'announce eRa I. 11I1.t' wheel b.... cab. end chattit, In Pine "'d.home.. Enjoy en elbowroom

Insight into the tern:I McGaughey Sr. Lexington,Ky., Albert Turcotte Montreal ton Produce Co., Inc., Immoka.lee M,. a .Mre. W L. Payer Suit for farm truck HIM 00. In this :: tIJut. redecorated
'heat wave" as he looks al parcel In Lots 5 and 6 RUtS, Canada Lots 49 and 50, Blk 72.. parcel In Sec 33. Twp 46, ,M7 Pine St Owner* Ml 21111 14-tielp Wanted M.U LUFP OMC INC. II MImi. Contact end e William, only B

this center line squiggle iti I Unit 2, The Moorings, $30,500; Unit 5, Naples Park 1200. Rge 29, $6,100; First Florida a/IUt Truck driver wanted for route 421 Ith lOt40AMIOS St. N. Ml I.t7tLThl iiono Jtni Ine.. M Tenth St/11.1'. No

way down the Via del Tri. Watson A. and Edna L. Burton to Naples South, Inc., (o JosephS. Real Estate Mart, Inc., to Car. Out to Death in the family work. eat delivery, end water. Ml

tone in Rome. The "stagger. Margaret T. Scott, Lot 10, UnitI and Bonnie I. McCune Cln. men and Elizabeth DeArdo Vic Juno'e ihoe 11 till RepaIr July will I. bi HOurs cl...IB.. ebbs conditioning L. 1". 0.work.. MI Contact S 4111.My. ReptJfi; 5 Parts -Wanted To Rent

ing" heat melted the road I Oyster Bay $18,500(; Port Re.yal Ohio Lot 11 Blk 3, Coraopolls, Pa., parcel In Sec pick up repolred work ore pestod IIUIt _ _ _
'urface and passing can distorted -. l. Inc., to Black Pond Land Unit 1 Naples South, $2,000 22, Twp 47, Rge 27, $1.000; JoyB. 'In Shop window.3Boats.Motori. White or colored ..n.,.I kitchon WANTED: 4BCOROOM UNFURNISHED

the line. Corp., New York, N.Y., Lot 55, Malcolm, C. Collins, to Jose L.; Carter et al, to Sophie B. help: Apply. 41pm between. It tog: Itemlltpm lOOK HERE) IN YEAR ROUND.HOUSE BEGIN CLOSE

.---- Rum Row. Port Royal. $70,000. Lot 33 Blk Broadhead East Fort Myers, Acres. p m Lemphghter CefetertaMen NINO SEPT 1ST WRITE:
Gonzales Immokalee
J Port Royal, Inc., to Black Pond 1 Palmetto parcel In Sec 4, Twp 47, Rge for conditioning t Refrigaratlon Wondering! where to r BOX 404. CORAL CABLES 14FLA .

AMA Delegates Land Corp., New York N.Y., Lot Ps.rk$5,000Collier 29 $2,000 Boris Matusiak, eta MSI Chrlt.Craft' II' I' Contlel et mechanic At With jour car problem T _. I/U'
Dev. Corp., to John and Betty lotIon twin I JO t Ship sail I ,II. experience 4 commerclel -
58Rum Row.Port Royal$111.800; Carman Dauphin Pa. Lot 8 !, to Little Hickory Shores. depth Imder fully equ.po.4 4 retidentlel' Inttelletlon Factory Flmth, Paint, Joke Wanted
M.J. Kenna to William C. and Inc., parcel In Sec S, Twp 43, with .lift, Jacketi.: tc. Plo. Ml. Excellent ..'.rr. Ml I Wrecxc RtkuiltTvneupe 53-Usttngi
Cheer Death Blk X, Pine Ridge Extension t 44rt or 2 Wt. Price IS/SO 00On ','111.
Marjorie J. Schulthels, Naples $3,000 Collier Dev. Corp. to Rge 25, $3,300; George L. Ford bt teen *l Crank SmithChrK STOPI
Lot 13 BUt A Unit 1 Coconut ; et al to Benton and Ruth Bog. Cr.rt ./ll.M Front end alignment
Ross and Janet Fisher Harris 16-Help AvailableWould I have tulteble tenentt for your
Robert E. Car. In Sec Motor OverhailTransnissian home end other detlrable' rent
Of Medicare Grove $10,500; gess, Everglades, parcel
burg Pa. Lot 9 Bit X Pine
rokuitt all, List' them
Business with utll4 '
ber to Kenneth L. and Rachel Ridge Extension $3,000 Shirley 34, Twp 48, Rte 26, $5,000. Opps.TEXACO like te do typing' et LabnlcotiosCr5554 Ith Ave S. Ml 1.4741
McCoUum Lot 15 BUt ; Edward W. Palmqulst to Lu. heme Jeen Qrlllith. Ml I COSt,
(APJ)-Presl. M. Nault to Richard M. flumes '/11.5' OGG
dent Johnson's B Coconut Grove $10,500 Rich clus and Gladys H. Crawford, INC.
chances of
( get. ; Columbus Ohio Lot 7 Blk C Polish 4 Was ASSOCIATE
ting his medical care program mond J. and Lucille Aldacosta to Rock Harbor $2,000, Sorrento, Miami parcel In Sec 28, Twp Far leito. new under eemtrneIMA. Penny MorganYour Dn took any further Dan Surelund lelphe H.Tr.d. .,,.

now hinge on the Senate-and. Robert 1.. Combs, Naples, Lot 3, ; 49, Rge 34, 1.500; George W. ultramodern itatioe) at Private Secretary tin See

perhaps on his ability to per. Elk D, Unit I, Coconut Grove GUI to John 3. and Josephine A.QullUana. Meerlr.it plea. 'Pod Shopping trelnmg, presnun Center. endImonciil Ne- Ingram Chevrolet Inc. -!"- or Sell

suade key House members la. $11,000; Dennis T. and Virginia Chicago parcel In Sec : attittance avertibleFor closed her office for the IM tth St. N. Ml HIMNaplee. Will I.d. eqult" In aba Park

ter. L. Penland to Frank and Anna Average Family 23, Twp 50, Rge 34, $4,800; Col. inlormetion Irtochite contact dn the Don velu-Akarnothy summer Will re-orwn Fie44Mobile house for land ''n City or Cun.MI ,
The President lost round one Slatln Miami Lot XH, Blk A, Her Land and Title Co., to Fran. ebb T....., Inc P Oo 'y C.II 'Iltl Iltt!
Wednesday when the House Conners Vanderbilt Beach Es els J. Kmleclk Cleveland Ohio II'". Ft ...,.,.. Phone ID SEPTEMBER!: FIRST Homes TNAUa .FOR I bath LOT home- Largaeedroom pricat 1'

Ways and Means Committee tales, $22,000; Margaret T.Scott Doing Better parcel In Sec 5, Twp 52. Rge MIJ1, I/IIM III.100. Mort.... payment
shelved the Social Security to Watson A. and Edna L. Bur. 30 INC. SEEKING EMPLOYMENTIN lif par mo Want city' lCARIBBEAN '*
$1,600; Collier Land and Title TEXACO, II Treller, reconditioned live REALTY, 3)10 :5.:
health program. ton, Lot 29 and part Lot 30, Gor. Than In 1929 Co., to Grace K. Moteley Hue For !.... hlh potential. I Bay NAPLES AREA BY ISO Park Down, Rear Rock of Airport Creek Treller S23St2Ijtil"1iI.Twitit Trill Ml' Mill.

The committee however did don River Homes, 14500. kory N.C., parcel in Sec 25, a.., .. now I In operation InNeplet WELL EXPERIENCED i i ct. tilL thttfho ,

vote for a 5 per cent Increase Ralph N. Wlltsle to J. Kennethand HEW YORK (AP) How Is Twp 82, Rge 30, $3,000; JamesE. and 'finonclel. Peid.Trlnin aaailttnc Program overtoble YOUNG MARRIED MAN bane and carport 13000 orbettotferMllmiorlJTM 3 ""bedroom. Near new town.cuttom beech built endcatholic

In cash payments to Social Security Naomi F. Rogers, NaplesLot I the average* family making out Mlgglna et al, to Ben and For Information cooled IN VARIOUS PHASES OF church Whet hove you
.... ,.... In tow n or out' Write CollierNewt.
retirees.If 4 BUt B Gulf Don Avornethy, T. ,
Acres $12 In the long business upswing? Helen Cranoff Miami parcel In P O. Se. I IM. Ft ..,.... BUSINESS. AMBITIOUSAND 45-Trailers For Rent County Coo 171? A.14
Congress acts promptly 500; J. Kenneth and Naomi F. The Department of Commercesays Sec 18, Twp 52, Rge 31, 4000. rtt.... CD Mill e/, tl passing the bill In July the October Rogers to Ralph N. and Margaret a lot better than Just a few Collier Land Investment Corp., WILLING TO LEARN Trailer II e weak with TV

pension checks could re. Wlltsle Naples Lot 9 and years back. But, you can start to Tony Economos et al, parcelIn 12-Help WantedHelp ANY NEW FIELD THAT lit' Rock e w.Creek._. I picas Trailer Si 'Perk e week 57-Houses For Sale

fleet the Increase. part Lot 10, Blk H, Inomah $18. a lot of arguments with that. Sec 23, Twp 52, Rge 31, $1. SHOWS POTENTIAL. "...
Social Security retirementnow 000; Lea Whitaker et al, to Der. For one thing It's hard to find 900; Collier Land Investment lo wanted terve blic.M.nn $7,054 0' mom.' to WOULD CONSIDER A PRIVATE NO BROKERS SALE

averages $77 for an mdlvi.jial ek H. Mettrlck, Miami Lot 14, a family that considers Itself Corp., to Norman C. and EssieF. 110.tOO .ICr.. Int.r.tlng MANAGEMENT POSI. 4S-Apti. For Rent I Owner must tell three bedroom

with a top of $127. A wife Blk A., Unit 1, Sorrento Gardens, average. For another If the Whitely Monroe N.C., parcelIn work week' yearly No ,ass b. limit.:lt. Mono S d.ye hard a TION ALSO. WE ARE Fl. Week, er I INQS beth Centrel home in heel THE end"MOOR' eirconditioning -

Taylor Immokalee Lots 13 and nood for thle. petition Pleaee NANCIALLY VERY STA. I HOI er Ml 'lia. ...... t bedroome Com
SO per cent. A tax boost to pay It doesn't think the figures the 300; Miami Investment Co., do not apply If you do not wont
*Jr the Increase would go Into 14, Blk 2, Fred Whidden Sub'd., :department publishes Ylt It. to John M. O'Connor Washing to work Contact Robert F. BLE BONDABLE AND Owner large .u,,,,.,,.. eHiciency plate dithwether kitchen' Including Nice oc.n'ditpotoland "
..l., Na Air cond lion......
effect Jan. 1. $14,000; William B. Stone to Robert Finally, even the statisticianshave ton Court House Ohio, parcel In plot Mamorlal' Qardana.manafor Van. EXCELLENT REFERENCEES. A..... Ml I 4ltl or Ml 1-1112. porch lawn., paved driveway tedded
When members of the AmerU S. and Doris S. Hawthorne darbllt 0,. III Ava No between WRITE COLLIER phone Ml 14104 altar
I a lot of ways figuring how Sec 8, Twp 52, Rge 34, 1200. I PM __ |/1S If
Sabal Shores .
12:00. Ml I till Apta.YEAR
.30 and :
Jr. Arlington Va. Lot 3 '
can Medical Association'sHouse part I the average family Is doing. /IUI COUNTY NEWS BOX ROUND LIVING '14 out of II of our retirementhornet
of Delegates meeting in all Lots 4, 5, 8 and 7, BUt 25, For instance, the departmentsays 1737 A.l3.23Misc.. Modern one bedroom end el. sold' on "Michigan' Ave
San Francisco heard of thlcommittee' Tier 10, Naples, $8,000; D. Ray that the average American 13-Help Want. Female5.oatarv ficiency Aptt furnlthed TV Only I remaining et stIlls Ineluding ..
Gulf Coast TV ,,,. lendtceped lot tcrtenoe
Park to L.F. and Ruth H. Krem. ttble Monthly or year
decision against :family Income before federal For Sale round Ml f 4411 Kelly.. 1',. ende.rece porch. ." cond See those
the plan they stood up and pin Rochester N.Y., Lot 20, Income tax was $7,510 In 1963. Asks Permit For mont with; for the State local. Mutt employ-be Ave 1/1.11 hornet ScIon. buylnganyr.liro.:

cheered. Blk 3, Unit I I. Aqualane Shores. :But the midpoint of Income distribution ibIs to type and eparata die.taphona GOING OUT OFBUSINESS sit siFi6Fern. -' ment hornet, 1710 N.CARIBBEANREALTY Treil' MlI
5700. ; ahorthand detlretble' I btI,.... .,... t(Helen.
of the
The AMA has been one I that Is, the point Marco Island Cable but not required Write F>. O. net. TV Air Cond. 741 4th SIM 4/1.the.tf
strongest and most vocal op where as many were getting Bel4*. Ft. Myere ortail- 'YXCELLINT CONDITION' Ave 5... .Mt. I "12. l/ltf --'I'AC.'RVNT PIIDINC5."
ponents of the medical care' COQU1NA SANDS more as were getting less-Hvas Application has been made to- CO I'Oil. for. 'Intarvlaw- .-1 LIKE NEW Furnithed I bedroom apartment I ON 100' of white tend beach
I the ./IUte I .bdrm. I bath CBS
Department of the Army by Ft Freerer garage
plan and Its president Dr. Lela Rahe EverhardtoNormanF. .| ,UO. However, $SS10 was the II Ft' Qlete Open Front Rofrlgeretorelldlne Huge living room, kitchen i with ecreenod In pool end polio
Thomas A. Welch, said, "We and Ellse M. Santlnl, Naples amount that was more fre. the Gulf Coast Television c.o dome Stelnleee Steel endI bat* Ml Met I 1/25,11 lust reduced to 111,IM unfufniehed ,
Trl.County Engineering Inc. P.O. PUBLIC NOTICiIN PanicS Stainless' Steel "jOSInOOM VuVnislIod anicl.nco Thie le o wondertol buy
confident that this decisionis Lot 13 Blk G Unit 2 Coquina II FJ
are received than .
I juently any Box 301 .. N. pets or ch" ''''' MI .In 0 scarce It..... May we show
In keeping with the attitudeof Sands $5,300; Glen S. and Mary ,other. Naples for a permit to 4 o51V1; Feddere Air" Con. nil or M' J.It" lIlt' you this prop.rty loday? CAcenel
the majority of the AmerU G. Glass to Earle E. :and Agnes Regional living conditions Install a submarine television ca. 'i THI: CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT Of THE IN itIn.MERCANTILE I BEDROOM UNFURNISHED RIIIEAN REALTY: 3110 Dl.:
ble burled In a trench In and fWCLFTM APT GREEN ACRES MIa Troll. Ml III". I/Ulh.,1f
can people" T. Clifford Colllnsvllle Conn., ,make able difference too, In 'AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY .
a/it tfFurnlehed
Ml I ,4H
across Big Marco River at Mar. FLORIDAIN Marco. FlorIda '
Rep. Cecil R. King D-Callf., Lot 24, Blk A, Golf Drive Es. I,deciding how the average fame CHANCCRV one bdrm opt near rooms. 2 bath. Florida rout.garas. ,
Round 4
co.author of the health plan tales, $5,500; Moorings Dev. Co. :lly lacome fits today's problems co Island. The cable would be bur. CASK NO io4rHCRON All tlfee Square 4 colon garden Cm ttonet be beech, lit per mo, year 'roundSuitable .. Loc.ted an seawalled'
led In ahd across the waterway < H. RIDGE and I adult, Ml' 4171.. Clean I end well, cored for
of Ltd. to Lionel J. and bought er pete. deeignod
seized the Initiative In shelvingit Canada and standards. taparate ..
at CECILIA C. RIDUC.: end Inttelled Phono for IllUt Priced et (II.MO. Owner an
a depth of not less than 4.0 feet
when It was obvious that a Cilllople Alexandroff Ardsley Subtract taxes and the .......nd and wile. free ettimate STONCCRAFTINOUITRItS Lovely conditioned effielen loui to eeii.. CARIBBEAN
vote would mean defeat.As N.Y., Lot 12, Blk K, Unit 2, The amounts the department cites below the bottom.Application ,"I"n"ffo.. office MI tim N. Naplee Suitable I adult REALTY, 1/M N. T".I l .Ml.
plans of this work v.. .r Ret Ml 11.11.11.. .lot ltd yearly Ml .117' I Sill, 4/llthttf
a re.ult. If the House final.Iy Moorings $6,500; Cecil A. and are a lot lower. And they go WILLIAM W BCRRY and er t 11711. UTt'' M DrI .
does Ella L. Tuell to Forrest E. and may be seen at the office of the I MARILYN C:. MATTSON BERRY, MOORING: Me Springlme'
get a medical care plan I down sharply If you figure In. I tuiband. end wife, 36-Pertonal I bedroom completely' lurn apt bedroom I* bath, ewlmmlng
from the Senate there will not Mary E. Armstrong .Naples, Lot comes In terms of the purchas District Engineer Corps of En. Defendant TV cable conditioned; 4 pool. ecraoned patio Iicollenl

be a record of committee reject 2, Blk M, Unit 2, The Moorings log power of the doUar from, glneers, 575 Riverside Avenue WHOM NOTICE IT MAY OF CONCERN SALEro : ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS II"blocbs A".from. .. MI b..c"I 107.21.11 I bl.cb' front equity mortgage In Sm.IlaV commitment.: house er Your vi.
'Jacksonville and at the office of 1 Men a, women wih" drinking land ..,d. ... down
tlon. Moorlnr.Dey.Co.oICanada. cant coi
King's motion was to con. $6,500; such a base as 1921 or 1947. You ere hereby notllied that per.tuant ..
pfobltmt: Ask for help' b, cell 110 I bedroom" '" nl.h. opt. ayment this fine rsidence.thaniss I
fine the present bill to retire. Ltd., to Fred R. and Fran. Still, the department says the I the Area Engineer Corps of En. to e FInal Decree the ol Circuit fore n. MI I 4JDt ",..t.,. cordially Kitchen, living' room, welk-IncloMtt Coo on. Realtor. The Holl.:

ment matters. ces E. Sprinkle, Portola Valley .average family Is doing better glneers, Clewlston. .:'ludia iloture In entered and for by Collier County welcomed, Meetings, 'In First 110&1. Ne children er pete 121.'tI Ml' day, ItIII: 4th Ave I. Ml 1 ll/l
.. ...
Then In what appeared on Cal., Lot 12, Blk P, Unit 2, The
the surface to be a reversal of Moorings $6,300; K It R Con. it. Also It's doing better thanIn hearing on this application. I her 1047, the Honorable Mergeretr Frrnighl, et I It ,P.M. 'onlh. MI '7'1. 5/24,50 OR RENT One block from

roles, Democratic liberals on tractors Inc., to Will and Earthy 1947, If you prefer a postwar .Anyone desiring to submit a pro. Scott Clerk of the Circuit Court House and ..... .t eu"' ...., school 1131 Francis Ave 1100dn .
will ol .. I
Ml 3041.S21If
test if Collier County Florida IN 00 per "'
based the .
the committee voted against a Towns Naples Lot 40, BUt IV, 1 base for comparison.Studying on propositionthat :I., for sale et the front door of 33-S.rvieei Offered rates. M' .11... /17.11
Republican River Park East $9,900. the proposed work would un. .he Collier County Courtheuie ,In Trtt'twlnd' A.rtm.ntlL.u. ,.
move to make the the welter figures Three bd ... I belh. let Ave
Social Security retirement In. Chief Pontiac Motor Inc. to i the Cleveland Trust Co. reasonably Interfere with public I Eett Ntplee, Florida on the' 7thley I Furn No Good term Ml 1 MM
says of IIM within the logo .'" Apt t bedrm .
crease ( per cent Instead of 5 J. Frederick and Robyn N, Mc. i that the average beforetax In navigation or would unfavorably {:lourt .iUlr.,.. the following doA SEA WALLS near beccn 4 thopplns Yearly evening' /U.it
affect the .CrI...... property, : or monthly. 1.3005.2311 For rent er sill Two bedroom
navigable capacity of CONCRETE: WOOD ROCK
per cent. They defeated this Coy Mt. Sterling Ohio, Lot 1. come has gone up 73 per cent lot or parc.' of land tying In house. on cenel 170 14th
move, 12 to 12_ tie loses un. Blk 15. Unit 1, Royal Harbor since 1947. Allowing for the riseIn I the aald.waterway should submit Block I I ol the' Plat I ol the PHILIP Foundation Piles 49 Houses For R.ntRINTALI t"South See your .broker

den committee rules. $8,000; The L It L Corp., to the cost of living since then .such protest In writing In suf. cording 0, RUST to DEVCLOPMCNT said Plat recorded ee' Docks-Mooring Whips .
Harold and Ethel riclent detail to admit of a clear In Plat Book I 74 of
The theory was that the cost Helmback Na. the bank figures that the real J.P 58-loti For Sale
I the Public .. .. of Collier IAOCN Aulemetie" ABBOTTRadio
understanding of the
of a hospital plan would haveto pies Lot 1, Avondale Estates purchasing power of the aver. County Florida. which lot or per f kedreom furnlehoel 11_..
be added to the price for re. $1,900; Bonita Shores, Inc., to are family Income before taxes I therefor. cat la detcrlbed et followe:: N.., See Gate School SIN' M PORT ROYAL L.11, GUI

tlrement Increases. By keeping Ben and Versle C. Jones South. has advanced 36.J per cent. Protests or comments regard. Section From the"II Northweet Township cornaraf 10 South. Radio Road S bedrewn furnished .... Writs loon Drive 0 oJ For N. Bale. er Hit Traeerkert ,"..'
these at the 5 per cent level, gate, Mich., Lot 14, Blk 10, Unit The percentage of families :log the application under consld. Ranee II Cett run South along -IIMI 7 un i .4y> hISS SINS 1'.... Dares Owns.

some supporters of the health 2, Bonita Shores, $1,200; Bonlta with before4ax Income of $10,. 'ration should be submitted to the 190 Woo feet; line 15 encerult of told Section EatS per for Children- portraItpIctures beSt-oem vnforaished .... Rosidanlial Lot L.k. ParbNoar

plan reasoned they might makeIt Shores, Inc., to Lewis G. and Kit. 000 and more has Increased I the District Engineer Corps of .11.1 to the Nrlft II.. 0' acid stove and ,.'. 11.. .. school. S end SICK slims, Oh 52,175MARLOWE 5thAnt.

possible for the Senate to su. chic M. Clclrelll, Miami, Lots from 9 per cent In 1947 to 21 Engineers P.O. Box 4970 Jack. Section South perpendicular for ill feet;to thence the. North run at your South. MI 11111.
perlmpose health benefits with. 12 and 13, Blk 12, Unit 2, Bonita .per cent In 1963. .lonvllle 1, In time to be received line. of acid Section II for ail WI NEED MENTAL LIITINOI '/II.I".1f

out requiring an Impossibly Shores, $1,900; J.T. Albrltton to In contrast families with In 'on or before July 13, 11184. ,to...told, thence North run line Woo for ill. parallel II feet home. George SEE CARIBBEAN' REALTY

high tax rise.PARKED AJ. Lopez Everglades, Lot It, comes less than $4,000 have de. te the point of beginning of the Couper MI 2-3622 Where Customers. lend TheirFriendt' 59-Acreage
Blk 14, Everglades, $6,500; Wil. dined from 44 per cent of the hereby of conveyed 5. From DISTRESS! Owner needtmoney
CARS COLLIDE lIam W. Walker to Jimmy W. total In 1947 to 29 per cent In'l, The U.S. dollar la worth about teid Southerly point te Ceiterly iPl5rua along an I. IIUSt North Trail MI I IllS. II .e,... MM total I
11.07 in Canada Small haute. I bedroom. t block Collier' Reel .
and Sandra K. Slier are of radiut, H feet the center Tile end Terrttro floor rteonditionlne price County Ee
WINCHESTER. Ky. AP) It Naples 1983. 01 which ere I It 'located 14 M feet .by STONCCRAFT IN. from beech Ml 00 monthly' tote MI I Met Open lund."..
finally happened a parked car tail and t.. feet South of the DUITRICS Machine' ecrub.wax Until, Dae I. Ml 2 l/t t'
for 17.10 feetthence ttnpping .....I end polish retMentitl '.
point ef beginning : I bedroom fumtthed house
..,.. in
40 for
CIte lot
struck acres
was by a parked car. .. and commerciel. Office
run Southwetterly te Ml
Winchester police said the ennlc ef III' JO1 Eett lo 'W: "Ml' 1 f 7M. Roe Ml' t "lll. rn.b" right p.rtl'IO" per AAc'Il"L' I pi it' CARIB
,.,.11.1 lo the North ./,..lOt I'M N. Trail.Ml .
with" e line .
vehicles were in a parking lot II for IOS loot ATTRACTIVE Furn J bdrm. t 4UI l/ll The U
ef Section
line I do general houte t bath home with Florida
when one apparently slipped un more er I... to the" wetert ., Cabinet work pointing r.psirt.end Room Clote .In Adult Ml ocree for et 10 per
,Ice and rolled into the other auto. tho "Dredged Ch.nn.' .hom.. enoad metenry All work guaranteed, Poasonible. t. rIght' part aero Might cell pert Twomilee
Flat: thence run Northwest.arlv Call, Ml. 17441 for free ottl :I"i 5015. $124.' eeuth ef propoted FtLeuderdele .
Extensive d.m'lu were reported. along said, alert end the Rd. CARIBBEAN
watert ., the Yacht ...,,," mite /n.1t H u... Iwo bdrm, I 505. COt.i.Ialy REALTY, J7M N. Treil. Mlttm .
thown en teid Plat to an inter '..'''I.h.... Coil 2 11M Ill'."' ..U
--.1-wL tact on with e line threueh the 38-Autos For Sal 5,21 31I '
SeeAsYouTalkPhone point, of .belinnlvi to II* ecret on Immolialae R4IMM .
t:: :1t 'Idoo" Surniehad hossl.Reaseniblo
the North line of ; M Pont coin Your ckence for eeood
A/C. IIM Cen Ii right' ,.rt" MI
Last alone taM l Ins Invettment CARIBBEAN
thence run S eon.n at Jacb'a .
City Service 28115 /t. h
Service for IM feat more or late te the Hh St No Phone Ml REALTY I7M H. Treil I Mid
point, el beginning, : together with 121.\' lit/. House for rent I ....,"' I coy Hill. 4/11.the.tf.
Goes In Effect ell ripenan r ghtt appurtonent bath unfurnished Veerly DELUXEACRLAGEApprooinsIel :
.h.''', end Ioolh5r wllft the IMI ThunderbireHardtop 5T latte. Available August II Call.
ni.hl 0' In",... to and ..rate H Power .,...ow.. ...... Fee. MI 14U. IIMIrKadream I'l.M' acre.. near
Nfcw!: YORK (AP-6ee as from the ...,... d.ccrebad. a..lever ,.." air conditioning Law mileage elty of Gate.. $40400aer
you talk telephone service link. "and alone the 'Prlsete Orinw. MI 14104 slIer I PM cable. available'houte. furmehod A4ulte only.Ml TV. .$acre.: Ml S 2504.SII
.,, .honn .aid plot
and on IIll.l' 1.2540ACREAGE
Ing New York Washington MASGACET I. SCOTTClerk I 470t l/lltf
Chicago went into effect today. of the Circuit Court White Cadillac, M All power IS etree-Ctoee. In en
Collier County Florida Factory Air excellent Con GOING ON VACATION Dally Rd. Ml.SIM
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson x. .',lied' HIM. d,tion. Rettonablo. Cell Mid/ I ROOM COTTAGE SLEEPS 4* acre*-Neer Bis, Cyorett
helped the BeU Telephone Co. Ply INCZ MAQIll' wty I7.MIIH I ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. Golf Course '".toO
Inaugurate the system Wednes. Deputy Clark 1 Ford Station W......-'-ICyl CN AVAILABLE: *Y WEEK 41 afro Laudardelo*-N ar toll proposed Rd 114.MO
heater Sid 1 door
day. She talked from Washing. oJ 21 I iNtO site ondition "Mutt' ke aold. ISis L'NA708 PT. ILIVAYlON I Ocres'SUNSETESTATES II.
ton with Dr. Elizabeth A. Wood, ji mica I'41 Ml I lOll.71..It ALL M' 2 stay. Site II MOY
a scientist In Bell laboratorieshere. -

--- See Naples' South end Model'
1Jt1ll Hornet en ditplayAttocietet,
Two teeiMged deaf mutes
, also conversed on the system, :
reading each other's lips on the :- WANT ADS "" "i Lueilla 0... _JaessrDEWEY Virgil MareumBob

4 inch. bjr 5 Inch television
I screens. POLLY

The) rates are $16 for the first PAtMIR HARRIS REALTY

hr. minutes between New

Jfork and Washington $21 be.ttween 'Pu .e Q Collier. County Saleo. Rep.OVSNSItAB Corner ef'let Ave Trail,Ue ATtmiemi

Chicago and Washington : MOTORS' INC. Ml IIH.62Bulln.u .
Vnd $27 between Chicago and

pew The York. Centers .-. -.-- -'-.-_ __ -.-____ 'w--_ Property
i Plcturephone are

l Grand Central Terminal a AT TOLL ROAD ENTRANCES
'OLD CAMPAIGNERS'I ef H21 "'lIc.t.,. ell wrapped. millUry OFFICE NOMfMI
Chicago office building and the Howe up, reel en -'Aff 1 j 4 10 ecre trecte Fronting on
pear $aies MI Sleds a.sesa paved highway By
fatlonal Geographic Society airport The banene-thepef rctor aircraft that brought "chopper warfarete :.=. Terme Ml 14/12.

aldin : la Wuldngton.j South Viet Nam ere being replaced by "later models and will be removed te the U t. In Jt

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Over 30 cars All make and models

i : .S Prices specially I reduced for this wick's tale I Chrysler Plymouth Inc.

mEA Radio.Telephoto) __ _

I II VISITING SWIREV-Prcmicr: Khrushchev and his wife Nina, left, are welcomed to -
Stockholm by Prime Minister Tage Erlander, right, and his wife left rear.

Swedish Security TB Leader

II Says 'Thanks'For

Gets Nikita's Goat SupportA r

STOCKHOLM, Sweden> (AP- At a banquet for KhrushchevIn lengthy progress reporton

Premier Khrushchev Is getting Stockholm Tuesday night, 14 last fiscal year'a actlvltlea r. ,wv..,, da e.s. .'v tk69 JH !/ AC rwa d,akrt+ '. ENiRA4 E '
restless and annoyed over the detectives ate with the guests at by the County Tuberculosis and $ ,
colossal security wall the Swed. strategically placed tables An. Health Association ha*been sum.
Ish police have put around him. other 100 police surrounded the ,med up by Mrs. Sara Jones, pre.
With thousands of patrolmen building and a dozen more pa. sldent, with a big "thanks" for
bristling with sabers and pis. trolled the wine cellars. those who helped make 1963 a
tols, and hundreds of detectives Waitresses had to go through successful year. '
in every guise from cook to two police checks. The report shows, In flnan. 4s 'd rcaYacif
charwoman, Stockholm has Swiss chef Werner Voegell ciao statement that $6,282 was w,
been like an armed camp since who prepared the menu for a collected during the 1963 Christ. e yttys ih"
the Soviet leader arrived three luncheon at the royal palace mas Seal campaign and that $4, Y 1 In

days ago. reported with some indignation 523 of the total remained In the s I' "'! ......,... '- -- ... ""' .
r"I I 111 ___ ; 11! :: -" ::..y
A Soviet source said Khru. that he* and eight waitresses county for local services.
shchev Is beginning to resent were subjected to medical tests The report shows total dlsbur.
the massive security curtain to Insure that they had no com.i sements of $3,859 and a cash
keeping him from contact with i I munlcable disease. balance as of March 31, of $1, CREAM PUFFSSpecial
the Swedish people. '768. A total of $1,848 was spent I
His Impatience was demon. for communltyserv1cesbytheas.
strated during a visit to the Nikita Wants aoclatlon. Prices Until End Of June
shipbuilding center of Coteborg The association was active dur.

Wednesday. When a policeman Swedes To Cut Ing the year In a number of categories ThtM are 4 un that MUST be told before the end of JUNEI They really reflect the excellent care that their
f thrust out an arm to guide him Including, community
f along his route, Khrushchev service, health education,patient former owners gave them. They're clean, beautiful and priced to selll! Come on out and take a drivel

struck down the arm and gave Price Of Pipe service research respiratory
him black look.
a disease education,plus numerous
I No unauthorized person Is allowed OXELOSUND, Sweden (AP) educational clinics in various
anywhere near the man -SOviet Premier Khrushchevtold fields.
from the Kremlin, and even ac. Swedish steel men today Among community service activities r4.
\ credited officials are sometimes that If they lower the prices of in the county ,
I turned away. Five thousand po. pipe, which the United States The association donated a chest
f llcemen and two companies of considers strategic material, x-ray film file to the County
army commandos are every. they can count on the Soviet Health Department.A .
where-holding up traffic, block.i Union as a long.term customer. total of 729 Collier Coun.ty .
Ing sidewalks, peering from Khrushchev made the state. school children were tuber.
rooftops, searching passersby ment at the end of a tour of culln tested In the fall of 1963. a 1 s
fussing through kitchens the Oxelosund steel plant In The association obtained vol.

Expressen, Scandinavia's big. this Industrial town, on the Dal. unteera distributed 3,000 Bray
Best newspaper complained on tic 75 miles southwest of Stock. schedules, furnished report
Khrushchev's behalf: "We are cards, transportation and publl.
astonished at all these police, holm.War city for the annual x.ray mobile
and so must Khrushchev be. In On Poverty survey in Collier County II I1, Ikti'II' ,' t VI y,1,1,, r.
The association
the United States he traveled In distributed 4,
an open car, as he did in Lady Bird's ThemeAt 500 pieces of health education
France and also in Egypt." material to private physicians
Another paper called Khru. Home EC Meet libraries the health depart.

shchev a "prisoner of the Swed. DETROIT (AP) Mrs. Lyn ment, the general public and si IMPERIAL e door hardtop. Full yews' .. The _'. Den Turner. nit fM Red .tadi.g en
Ish security police." schools. Air condltlonad. 14.401 actual mllaa. A ono hit, head ever lisle' teed looking C] Corvatr Mania
don B. Johnson summoned .,. .... .
But the Swedish Contributions .wn.r car CMcaptlanally cl. Cama out end w atandlnf on hit liaad lo pl cualamora dur.Ing
government home economists Into the war were made to lot Mad Stair ahow you thl. 1t..IITII.. ,'1.. ttilt' big aala. This' handuma modal. has
is taking no chance of any harm 1 on poverty and stayed late to provide local and state-wide radio lo, oa apaclil al tha ca. during Ihla ala ,Jj kuckal Mala auto trana, radio and naalarAn .
ancaptlonally wall tart ana ownar car ....-
coming to Khrushchev Thousands shake every) hand at a Jammed announcement about tuberculosisand \..1.111"I..d/ during' Lau aalaprlca .
of embittered refugees reception which featured lady respiratory diseases. ,
from behind the Iron Curtain finger rakes and champagne Christmas packages were Last Minute '
live In Sweden.PanAm. punch furnished hospitalized patients Special

The First Lady drew an overflow and the association cooperatedwith
crowd Wednesday night to the County Welfare and .. In M MOB. CONVERTIBLE l ....
'f Wire' whaala ,...III.1'..... with t ?
Flies Ford Auditorium where 3,000 Health Department In furnish t r .......... aver ""UIhoC end / '
delegates heard her speech at ing transportation and cloth. ,ltM rat Ie r J 1 .,.. d' ),.4t '':..
Safely Across the American Home Economics lag for patients and their tam.
Association cinvention. llles and assisting in solving
Germany Again Five hundred more were In a problems.
BERLIN (AP-Another Pan nearby hall hut the sound .)'.. A sum of $100 was contrlbu.ted _
tern failed. the Florida Tuberculosisand igi
American World Airways Jet
from New York new throughthe "The horizons of women allover Health Association for med.
leal! and social research In
center corridor across East the worM are widening< a
Germany to Berlin without In. from home to humantty-from medical education program
terference today. private family to the family of
The Soviet Vnlon warned, In man,'' said the President SOLE SUPPORTThe
a recent.. note to the United wife annual Christmas Seal
States, that It considered the And she told l the home e<'ono, Campaign is the sole supportof
New York.Berlin service Illegal mists, whose career! are In the CCTHA and members
and said its safety could not be areas related to the well.living mailed out 3,770 letters of appeal ii Et uici e
guaranteed.The of homes and families, that they which returned $68tll: : in the
first flights In and out of were needed 'In the front brl 1963 campaign
Berlin after the warning were gad of the Preside-in, all.out Mrs. Sara Jones, newly elect
Doth war on rxwitt and In the ed president of the local assocU.
on Tuesday. were un.
Peace Corps as well tlon, expressed thanks to the Vou'll .. ....111". a It..dly II Larry TrrI.r I. when yell Don Turner, Vlea '..I."t a* Wood Chrysler world lo por.
eventful. contributors who I rake o look .t this 1.d..., Cou,. d. VIII. C.dlll.. .....lIy ,Init..m. ., you lo vlall Wood lot during this big
many helped rodu.'" during this big t>lo al Wood, Full ...w.., II ond ., tha month tala. Thit I. lull one of tho 4 ipaclally
'the' county win the "Golden ke>'" ono awns, ..1.. .1... car Como ... aut and met Larry show priced C,..., autfi thai MUST BE: SOLO iiFORE: JUNE: END.
achlevemenlnard. you around Wood big tala.lion ., Imam purrs and modal a II Imperial", 1 door hard tap Full Pews,
I ol avary description. EicapflonaHy: Clan. Special, priced bafara tha end of Juno

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three requests Councilmen for outsize would signs review and WOOD USED CARS WOOD USED CARS WOOD USED CARS WOOD USED CARS

8lv ,make' a report to the full Coun.II. UNDER $200 UNDER $500 UNDER $1,000 UNDER $2,000

Members o Mrs. .:lIIe> Miller Carl Huff GOOD TRANSPORTATION SS Cidillac Factory air conditioned. H.\SOSO USES IIERE auto trant 8 ,)1.
man i, and Joel Kuperbeig. All Poe THE 'ONlY Full po...,. U Churol.t. J door hard top. 63 Studebaker I..rk. 4.
three are out of town at pre. S< Ford Cuttom.8.cl..td. 3? Dodge. 2.door hard top .Vutolr Power steering. Poser hrsku. door. Std. trallll.
1 sent, ao no retort will be available Iran, radio & heater n_. Power steering Power Radio Heater Aulo. trans. 6Z Falcon Futur. Std.
1 r; rw when the holiday Inn sign brakes Radio heater Factory air ,eonditioned trans Radio.
aA 38 Ford VS.uto.. trans door .edan >.f A).
3 ChftroKt I
comes before Council "Iliant
request II (really Rprtilll n Ford Calnle. Power
next \Vednesiin). 4 door. !Std Shift Radio Heater. priced for this .. tek'. sale:) .tttrln,. Auto trill. R.
r Of the three, only Mrs. Miller SO Chrysler. Excellent 58 Dodge 2 door Hardtop Auto .200.. t door Auto trans dio It: Hrattt.I .
was available to review the I condition 8 tLSI tram Power aiming. Power 5' Plymouth .Ion. New plint. 81 Pontiac Stlrrhltf. t.
Congress Inn sign request last brake Radio Allto. tun. door hardtop. Power ater.
month. She retorted that It WAS Chetrolrt 4 door 6 60 Rambler 4 door. New, tires 60 Dodge Wagon New seat '0.. Inr. Power brakes Radio.
"a great big sign, but the CoveIs r1.l aid Iran with guarantee Exceptionally tr. Auto tran. Htllet.

v ) a great big building" Witha j; Ford. Cu-tom \ ./1. Std clean car. II Rambler American "Icon. 80 For V.6 Country Sa.u.ft. .
r re minimum of discussion, Coun l. .. 3) Rambler American Wagon Auto trans, Air tondittontd. dla \\ IOn. Ante traces.
ell approved the variance of 233 20,400 actual milei. Radio Heater Power Steering.I .

+ square feet from the maximum .
4 of 60 although\ Goodloe McDow. I
ell dissented. -
Further .complicating Coun.
['11'. pt iblem with outsize sign 1
requests Is the contention that
signs such at Congress Inn llollda; Inns are "standaidlz. W.
ed' signs of nationwide firms, .OOD'
available In no smaller sizes
2640 N. Tamiaml Trail
But Pinkston says he retails
seeing! signs smaller than these NAPLES U.S. 41, South
two placed In front of Congress
PROUD FISHERWOMAN. Mrs. Jar.: ; Roome of Inns and Holiday Inns In other Phone MI 2-6551

1558 Nautilus Rd., caught this 5f'p und tarpon c Itles. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Inc.TO
Tuesday afternoon just outside Gordon Pass. The .
I IlIlIhI.: one wJ,
In | iJ
tarpchi. which is :5 feet in overall! length took
dot the trek "I more). (I..... may
ximateJr 1'j hours to land on ,> light spin. .
appr meAn Sore, N.t... nir. fur .r
ning pod. feather

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