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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 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :


ROME (AP) The Chamberof
Deputies rejected Premier T .

Aldo Moro's plan for financial ; St.
aid to church and other private Augustine-Bryant

schools Thursday night, handing d
him his sharpest rebuke since

( he put together his center left

coalition a half year ago. ST AUGISTOE (AP)-Co\ seeks ot almost daily\ 1rr'ntJ.i, The pal ate disintegrated and 7

Farris Bryant said today he dues tit,us, State; Police were open!) never reformed Remnants of
MOSCOW (AP) An 18. t'l not think National Guard troops threatened On at least two oc.caslons '. the much continued around the
member Mexican mission endsa are needed to control racial vt. angry whites surround square with whites attacking

two-week tour of Soviet Indus. I olence at St. Augustine, "at least ed Isolated: groups of .Mate. again and again Finally, the
trial facilities Saturday and In. ::1 at this moment." troopers and tried to liberate march tinned Into a lout The a
dlcates It will recommend in. "The situation could change in Negro; prisoners Negroes ran toward their sec.tlon f1JillT
creased purchases of Soviet in. an hour" the governor said, The Negro; parade moved Into of town pursued \b)'

dustrlal equipment.The : -I after flying here to confer with the downtown square exactly screaming whites who would hit
mission, which also visit. slate officers assigned to the like others which have been onre or twice, and rare an.
ed Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakiaand ''II city "We will do whatever must held The proposed route went The marchers straggled,, bad

Poland, included specialists be done to keep the peace" around the Mile of the square In to their Matting. point with some
In oil and petrochemical Indus. lr The governor flew here today which at least ZOO whites were neat h)stl'rla.

tries, mining, machine tools, -tI-I-R for an on-the.scene Inspection of holding a segregation rally, King said tint some were
building equipment, agricultural ; a racial revolt that flared 1 last When the Negro; column approached ready to get guns and return to
machinery, electric power and Irr night to a new height of violence tI"hlll"l Nrst the scene rt the downtown riot.
railroads 4 through poll re lines and Into the Segregationist t leaders told
r "I will tell the people of St. marl'h.relIh fists Some of newsmen afterward that count
Augustine and Florida that we the Negroes were hit; some of er-demoiistratloiis would ton.llnue .
BRUSSELS Belgium AP) -
( must maintain law and order, the whites were eluMted b) po. as long as the Negro denu
The Belgian Parliament will be
regardless of our feelings for or lire and arrested oiiRtrated/ .
asked to a compromise
approve
"
certain the
against persons,
national medical insurance plan
governor said.
endorsed by the government He said he might broaden his News From Dallas
and the medical profession.The .
plan was announced Big Sign Gets a Lift curfew against night demonstra.
lions to stretch front sundown
Thursday after 10 months of Our to sunup. The original curfew he l' III I U'S': (MIFF,-

dispute, Including a nationwidedoctorl' Biggest Imposed more than a week ago Naples Jaycees Win Ccn rarle: G Wheeler has
strike in April.
has gone Into effect at 8.30 p.m. been named chairman of the

Under that regulation, mass.Ivt Joint Chiefs of Staff with

VALLETTA Malta AP-The Goes demonstrations have been appointment ot Gen Max.
( Sign Up
Roman Catholic Church is set. # : II- held after dark, and violence National AwardAnd will D Taylor as ambassador
ting up a vigilance committeeto Z a .IY: hat increased. Top to South Viet Nam. In the

see that tourists behave in 4r iy' shuffle, Taylor replaces resigning -
Malta. At The Cove REFUSE TO HIT BACKA Henry Cabot Lodge,

Earlier this week the govern. ? screaming mob of hundredsof The Naples Jaycees won one At the state convention last and Wheeler steps up from

ment banned public kissing and '. whites attacked civil: rights of the top awards at the national month Naples won seven first Army chief of staff,

cuddling. The police also have ,,.:i:' Naples' biggest ground signIn marchers Thursday night and convention of Jaycees In Dal- places out of a possible 11 categories -

I reported that holldayers have ; 'i!! history took shape this mornIng the Integration leader, Dr. Mar. las, Tex. Associated Press reported and three second.l place

r been appearing at resort spots I above the front entrance to tin Luther King, said only the this morning. awards. Oddly, In the state con Quick Thinking
of to retaliate
dressed "Indecently. the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn, refusal Negroes In the Community J Health' and.l test It won second place In the
___ "saved the city from a bloody
on the Bay at Broad Avenue first which received the f first
night of terror." Safety contest, Naples was category Solves Theft
ORLANDO (AP) The Bre. South. In flying to St. Augustine, In communities of 6,000-anJ place award at the national convention

yard County School Board is un. .4' Bryant bypassed a federal court under population division, and.l .
der a federal order to see that Fitting the main part of the hearing at Jacksonville, wherehe. South Miami was first In the 5, lcDanlct\ stated that he considered (- Of Lumber Here

substantial racial integration ex. sign over twin steel girders 25 had been ordered to appear 000 to 15,000 category, the category one of the most s

tall ists term.in the public schools by the .. fe.iabove the Jroundu.! major 4c4 how cause why he should Attorney Robert Mcbanlel 1111-, rewarding( fields In which the cluh City potto HxlCoITUrr County -

aa ) operation four Supreme not be held In contempt mediate past president of thcf" works and that Its achievements deputies who were suspicious

not .'jI Sign Co. employees assisted job U.S. Dtst. Judge Bryan order Simpson after group under whose dmlnlstri in this area are one of the basic of a truck load of lumber being

Approve Adding a hydraulic crane got the had placed Issued a the ban on night tlon the achievement were made, reasons for the club's existence. moved through town after midnight -
done Bryant was elated when informed of the solved the theft of 1II0rethan
6t In this were listed the
rh demonstrations at Augus. category
Acres To
4,420 $600 worth of and
award plywood
had held two auto inspection drives which
the be tine. The Judge pre.
Later was to
today sign
Everglades Park surmounted the familiar Congress vlously that such a ban violated The Naples club had entered the club held, one was under the limners from Naples Supply
by freedom of speech and as. programs In 11 of 12 possible direction of George Reardon and Company Thursday morning Also -

WASHINGTON (AP) The Inn capitol dome. Clearly sembly. categories of the national convention the other under Paul I Llncback; as a result, three Negroes,

Senate passed a bill Thursdayto visible from the Four Corners The governor went to Nation. two safety belt drives, one head- two f from Immokalee and one from

authorize addition of 4,420 half a mile north, the sign hasa al Guard headquarters here to ed by Lineback and the other by ClewUton are being held in the

acres to the Everglades Nation.al total area of 293 square feet. set up an office for conferences Jack Glesbacker, and the safety Collier County Jail
Park in Florida through trans. Installation cost was estimatedat with community leaders He did LauderdaleVoman
he would talk light drive headed byGeorge 1'ltt- Deputy Ken KItch*11 and I I'o-
fer from the Farmers Home Administration $9,800, according to figuresat not say whether
which acquired the the Building Dept. with King's forces Injured As Car man liceOfflcerGeorgeDamplersawthe
land through a mortgage fore About 30 persons were treatedor Included also was the blood truck headed east through

closure. It would authorize an NEWS PHOTOS examined at a hospital, and Flips At Marco drive of which Dill Longshore and.l town and Kitchell stopped.l It on

appropriation of not more than Men With Ropes Keep It Steady one was admitted for a rib frac. Kenny Schryver served as chair- Davis Boulevard near Brookslde
shout 20
Mrs. Bobby Murphy, ,
$452,000 to pay costs. ture, after Thursday night's as. men of publicity and promot Ion. Bowl and asked Mark Moore,
----------- saults. was taken to the Naples Community
Through the efforts of IheOpera- Jr. the driver, where he got
Two Negroes and eight whites Hospital I about 7 aoll1, today tlon Diabetes,headed by Ron Tar- the lumber,
1 were arrested by an ambulance f from the !Hodges

Western Allies Hit At King said that he appealed to Funeral home, following a car vln, discovered.seven potential diabeticswere Moore replied that he had

the White House for help at the accident on Marco Island. bought It at Naples Supply and
I In and
height of Thursday night's me. The accident which occurred operation Stuttering that one of the employees of the

i lee and was assured the mailer about one mile\ west of the bridgeat Stammering of which Don Arnoldwas company had helped him load It,
Red He frequently chairman one child was put In but unable show bill
'Friendship Pact'i would be Investigated Goodland, happened as Mrs. was to a of
touch with a school where she
i has called for federal Murphy was returning, alone, to .
marshals' protection. could be given correctional t reatntcnt. sale.A
ern powers have authorized Naples, after takinghcrhushand, short time later Officer
WASHINGTON (AP) The For the first time In three .
United States, Britain and "the establishment of close ties George: Murphy, to work lie Is 1 Mil Longshore, vice presidentof Jerry Wlnebrenne arrested Willie

France accused the Soviet between Berlin and the Federal y employed as a const ruction work the club, was general chair- Lee Edison, 30, also of lminolulee .
Republic of Germany, ties are Trouble Postpones er on the Island.Mr.Murphydrlvlnj,
Union and Communist East Germany g man of the I lealih and Community who Moore had said had
of seeking "to perpetuatethe In no way inconsistent with the a a convertible helped load the lumber and had
CentaurCAPE safety
arbitrary division of Ger.many" quadrl-partlte status of the city Launching apparently lost control of program. the bill of sale
Marvin Cecil the president of
,
in the
and will be maintained
through their June 12 KENNEDY FU. AP* the car on a curve and was thrown
(
the club Hear state
,
George
Under
future. Edison ad
of friendship the vehicle turned questioning *
treaty Outdance system trouble to. out as over on
5. The declaration reiterated .rx vice president of district 15, and milted, that he
A Joint declaration today of da) forced a second! straight Its side near the canal.! and Moore had stolen
the three Western powers re. that the Federal Republic of Fred Schmucker are the delegate the lumber. He stated that
postponement| of an attemit to Mrs. Murphy was admitted to
in detail to the treaty Germany "Is the only Ccrm, of the l local cluh at the con- he had a the
sponded J// : aun I 'h the inch)i eneig\ Atlas. the hospital with head Injuries, key to yard as an
.
concluded between Soviet Pre government freely and legit! x t .f.A Centaur rll''PI< on Its third testn and Injuries to her right leg. vent lorr and are' expected to re- employee and that Elbert Allen
mier Khrushchev and East Ger. mately constituted and there. tun, junday. of
: iht. Jr Clewliton had obtainedthe
from ron Lau
The are
man chief Walter Ulbrlcht. fore entitled to speak for the .r 1 No few liun I lion date was Murphys truck for them tou.seandwas
German people in International dcrdale.
It said that self-determination, :
set Immeduteh waiting In lmmokale for themto
of affairs" The declaration
leading to the reunification pto.
Germany, "remains a funda. tested against speaking of "fron. ApportionmentCase come over with the lumber.

mental objective" of the West. tiers" between the two Ger. /Uter In the
A day Allen was taken
mall)" and said the Western .ar i
ern Big Three. Rehearing Into custody. Moore and Edison
The declaration made these Big Three recognize only "de.
other point marcatlon lines" and "sector are charged with grand larceny
1. The treaty "cannot effect borders." Being StudiedT and Allen with being an acres

Soviet obligations or responsible. sory.
LMIXSSI-F I AP) Let .
ities" on Germany, including
Berlin and access to the city Big Ovation as r Mrti, ulI.ldPr.d tO'Uj" !
seek, II c a rehearing of the U.S.
The Soviet Union "remainsbound Strong Squall
I M Su "me Court >ruler knorklhfd
by these engagements"
WallaceIn lorlU's! l ,
For legislative ap
fulfill
and "responsible for the

ment of its obligations." It Begins Downward Journey r.rt. ,.meat, ,, Area Formed In
A n ( would delay <'ourtHi
2. Taking issue with the Com. ,. .
Mississippi Ii I .J I atportlonment" until the
rnunlst treaty, the Joint com. next i lminifutlon takes office Windward IslesSAN

munlque stressed that West JACKSON, Miss Berlin Is not an "Independent Over ., JUAN, Puerto Rleo (AP)
taiuly I am a candidate for Explosion Unlikely i I surprise move, the su.
political unit," Despite unilateral "' } .YT The V.8. Weather Bureau at
president of the Inited Elates, porno court Thursday ordered
actions taken by the Soviet 6an Juan said today it had! reports .
Alabama Gov George Wallace Fe'ler ii 1 District Court In Miamit
Union, the four-power administration ,.. Indicating that a strong
says, < I i t"e reapportionment im.
( of the city remains le. Riahtists-Dulles squally arc. had formed east of
Missing
Wallace made the statementto t me i II deaf unless a petition seek
valid the West. the Lesser Antilles.
gaily Although
.
9,000 wlldl cheering I hearing Is Old by Julyie.
some ) --- - ." .
persons Thursday night as he with FBI and I \s I said before," Bryant Heaviest squalls were located
PHIL \ >H.PHI \, Miss.D) agents Mtseistlpi |
Cypress Center brought his movement for un. Presidential t n inter. Allen highway patrolmen to wall+' s:,, I, 'I expected the supreme about 400 miles eaat.southetsi of
pledged presidential electu -s to J t t t'l include some directives Barbadoes In the Windward
knee Is.
Summer Program Dulles sass he .loesnt,, see ";tl"' deet in mi' rhroul"In.lk..ln"I"J
Mississippi Coliseum li ass, telling us what wes lands the
the giant llkelt explosion in this Deep s amps. Anotl"': weather bureau said.It .
: I do. This was a complete
here. .
Begins Saturday South state over the baffling (tinappearam 100 sailors were on stun n said
the
'' squally area was
"1 Intend to give the Amerl.can of three nil rights dut) at their be... si:r : "' .
e west and would
people a clear choice,"' he Michael Schverner Br alit said he had planned toa moving probably
summerSaturdayprogram workers<< 4, .1 ,. through the Windwards
pass
ilstrlc-t court for dlreeIt
welcome be.
at Center said "I a fight Andrew Goodman, 21. i 1..111 !
Big Cypress begins
this Saturday, June 27, at 9a.m. tween our philosophy and the t;..", .,II"lc! Joined ute' all. New York Clt' an<1 James : t t'le' normal procedure, as early Saturday.

In the morning, all Interested liberal left wing dogma which feOeral aHiifitfn net :%. a Meri'llanef r", ;' ii I' he received and had
,roml> this east'MtnlM .C'rr ,; I'' e derl.
youngsters from age B on up now threatens to engulf everyman last seen Sunder' night ter released re reapportionment
are invited for special nature woman and child in the I narea r i'"rm luet. Ih' from jail here .(let IM sic "
projects. United States." I trio, flushing su" lj >tSuii'Li Ins a *pee
At 1:30 nature films will be The Alabamian is heading a Prenl shoun There are films about move in the South for presU\ sailors from the re.rl>v Merldl lots disappearing was the flIng re! ,re entatlve legislature was i,
the Everglades, South America, dental electors either pledged an Naval) Air udIIJr St.itwm Tuesdji. of their burned tit inequitable because both houses OORfNG YOUR z'6JRiN

and catching live porpoises for to Wallace or not pledged to to Join the sear' i h, I >te Thai ->hOne station wagon 17 miles northeast Drops Into Place wero < apportioned on the ba. MONTH
aquariums' anyone hurwlre I 'l.1'r- te .me"i of Philadelphia. sis '>f population.


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, Jun. 26, 1964 'MIt"'('f' t 'y"y 4< <1' ,. ";lJfflJEl'. Rev. AllingtonWill
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c,: a 1e :; ( ; ; {;:!t\;: .:" Trinity Conduct Services YOUR CHURCH



I Bonitq r. \ Trlnity.by.th Cove Sunday DIRECTORYFULL

"ln: 9 services on June 28th will be conducted .

't4 By RAE WEAR v by the Reverend Father
ft-: Raymond Alllngton of Port Char. i
E "" ,,--- _.-__n_r.- -5- 5-r--trr5 w : lotte. There will be a service FIRST ASSEMBLY -

The Bonita Springs Lions Club of Chicago, ni., sister of Mrs. .. of Holy Communion at 8 a.m. anda GOSPEL OF GOD
urtlclpated In the Joint Install. Edythe McLaughlin. sermon and Holy Communion at COMMUNITY CHURCH
Are E.
ttion of officers held the five of T 10a.m. Sludowlawn" Naplt.
by A tour the Estero Gardens Rer. Don PauUon, Pastor
tlubs In Region 4, Zone 2, at will be conducted on Thursday,
Everglades Saturday, June 20. July 9, at 11 a.m. with a lunch. 4P CARD OF THANKS Rev George; Paulaon. Sunday School 10 a.m.
clubs, participating were Bonus eon served at noon to the River AMlitant Pastor Morning Worship! 11 a.m.
now at home I
Recuperating
,
Springs, Everglade.,Immokalee, Garden Restaurant for a donation want to thank my many friends, Dominion Dr., Avalon Estate Evening, Worship 7:30: p.m
Labelle and Naples. of $1.50. All members and a e especially Father Joseph Beau. South Naples Youth ServceTueidsy!
Some 200 Lions and their ladies their guests are Invited to at.
School 1000 a.m.
mont, for all the cards, gifts Sunday ; at 7:30: p.m.
at the Rod and tend. Reservations
were be In
present must
and calls made to me while 1 Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mid-Week Service Thursday
Gun Club. The district governor the hands of Miss Poehner by
elect, W. E. (Bill) Coker of WInter the next meeting night, June 30. was In Naples Hospital. They Sunday Evening 7 P-m- at 7:30: p.m.

Park, was the Installing offl. "Get well"wishes went to Mrs. 1ja .. .,' all served to help me along Wei Pi sy'er Service 7:30: p.m.

cer and Lion David Jones of Naples Mary Land at her home, Mrs. YV,: .; ,; :1. ... .. my way to recovery. GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
was the master of ceremon. Agnes Wolcott just released from .:"tt;",.:. } "" Bill Vlncek CENTRAL I P. 0. Box 214 Naples, FIll,
les. Lion Granville Hill was appointed Naples hospital, and to Hprv Car. Bonita Springs BAPTIST CHl'RCH, E. C. Bealrd PaitorIt.iniinion
cone chairman for the roll and Harold Davis.A mEA Telephoto) Now meet'nir Masonic Temple Rd., Avalon Entitle

coming year. He Is the retiring safe Journey with a big CHAPEL TRADING STAMPS BUILT-Prison walls surround the Chapel of St. Jude at CARD OF THANKSWe North On The Trail East Naples

president of Everglades Club. "hurry" back" to Mrs. Helen the Eastern Correctional Institution, Napanoch N.Y. The $150.000 church to be dedicated wish to thank our Churchof Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES

Those from Bonita attending Whltfleld and Mrs. Ruby Car. by Cardinal Spellman. was built through a two-year campaign tp collect trading Cod, friends and neighborsfor Rev Oneir MrCollum Ililile School 10:00: a.m. ,
Included penter who are leaving for a
Frank and Saun. ,
; Sandy
der, Bob and Jo HashbargerBill Ohio vacation. Ruby will visit stamps from generous persons all over the country. their prayers and conso.latlon Sun lay Service :Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
during the Illness and Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Service 7:00:
and Lucy Armstrong, Harold and in Cincinnati, while Mrs. Whit. p.m.
MarL Buck, Bill and Gas Buck, field will proceed to Washington ders, also of Miami.The former,i company her son, and they will Dr. Marks after the death of our dear mother Worthip Seivlce. 11 ".nt. Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. j
Tommy and Janet Reahard, John Cout House to visit with her son, upon retirement plan this locale be registered at the DeLldo Ho. Fague Mrs. Ella Jones; especial Bible CUite (1:30: p.m. WED.: EVENING ER\'.
and Ruby Raley, Emerson and who has been confined to his bed as their permanent home. tel at Miami Beach. The dog will ly, Dr. Styfce and the nurses of Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Bible Study and
Dorothy Royer, Paul Schmidt and since January, due to an Injury Father's Day with a turkey din. be registered at a supervised Five Years In Lee Memorial Hospital. Priiyor Service 7:30: p.m.

guest, Frank Doerr, Barney Levine from a fall from a horse. her and all trimmings was the, kennel. There will be a pool Ode and Nell Jones IMMOKALEE f'holr Practice 8:15: p.m.
and Ted Weeks The follow. The second of a series of order of the day at the home of party Friday night, a sight see. Bonita Springs, Fla. ;METHODIST CHURCH
Ing Bonita officers were Install. beach picnics will be held at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cobb. Their tug trip Saturday morning, a tour Pastorate Here Rev Richard Heme, Tailor TIHXIIV.BY.THE.COVEEPISCOPAL I
ed: president, Frank Saunders; noon Monday, July 6. .Bring a son and wife, Ted and Bea Cobb i of Miami, and late Saturday afternoon SUNDAY CHURCH
secretary and treasurer, Bill covered dish, table service and from Fort Myers Beach were they will proceed to the HowellAdemicus Port Royal
Armstrong; 1st vice president, wear your bathing sul,these all their guests, along with her mo. Orange Bowl where they wilt take ;Morninc; Worship 8:30: 11 'Hie Iter. Richard Lambert

Paul Schmidt; second vice presi. have a making of a sociable time. ther,Mrs. George TownsendwhoIs part In the finals at 7 p.m. Q. Howell, 70, a Sunday School 9:45 *.m. !Sunday Service .

dent, Emerson Royer; third vice. Final plans were discussedfor slowly recovering from a recent The Little Red Schoolhouse, resident of Immokalee for several Jr. Intermediate and Sr. 11,1'lIIl11l1nl"n.. 8 n.m.
president Nolan Watkins; Lion the annual Fourth of July automobile accident. This with nursery and kindergarten years, died In Good Samar M.Y.FH 6:30: p.m. Ka-" iily Worship, Church
tamer, Harold Buck; tall twist.er parade. occasion also recognized the lat. will continue for the summer itan hospital In West Palm Beach, Evening! Worship 7:30: p.m School and Sermon-10:00
,
Bob Hashbarger; and direct Mrs. Mlirle Braun WIS hostell. ters birthday. and coming school year at the r Tuesday, June 16, after a short TUESDAY : a.m.Wednemlny
tors Ted Week.,Tommy Reahard. Her door prize went to Miss Peg. Deleah Janette Parton Is the home of and under the supervl- tie Illness. He was a member of .Men'i Prayer Service 7 p.m. '
John Raley and Wilbur Williams gy Poehner; while game prizes name of the new arrival. a girl, lion of Mrs. Margaret McSwaln. Masonic Lodge 319 F and A.M. Choir Practice 8:00 p.m. Holy! ( ,Communion< 0:::10 n.m.
were awarded to Odella Markoff, 7 pounds, lit ounces, on June For more details call phone Wy. ; .r WEDNESDAY Holy Day
"WELCOME BACK" Bette Brugge, MarJ Henley, He!. 17, In Naples Community Hospital 2.2742. This Is a temporary Eastern Star Chapter 268, and a Midweek Pmyer Service Communion nt 8 n.m.

Members of the Bonlta Springs en Whltfleld, Carolyn Mezger, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lon. change, of course, due to the member of the First Baptist \dulu & ('hiM.n.0, ::\ p.m.
Woman's Club at their regular Mrs. Kenneth Bowman, and Fern nle Parton. She Is the former fact that Mrs. E.A. (Frances) Church of Immokalee. FIUST PRESHYTKRIAN:
meeting Tuesday night welcomed Grause. Joan Bibbee, and daughter of the Lyons Is compelled to returnto He is survived by his wife CHUKCII OF NAPLES

back their president, Mrs. Ethel Hostesses next week will be Clyde Blbbees on the Trail and Jacksonville for medical treat. Ila Howell! four sons, E.R. How- EVERGLADES Third Ave.. So. & Sixth St.
Bennett, who had spent the Mrs. Frankie Frederick and Miss he Is the son of Mrs. Mary Board. ment and to dispose of propertyIn 1 ell of El Toro, Calif.. A?0. COMMUNITY CIU'KCIIItcv. Rev John W. Slump
past three months visiting with Ruth Banker. Paul A. Schmidt, the recent that area. y"v Howell Jr. of the U.S. Navy In II. Ci.! Welnberher. pallor Sunday'= School 9:10! :: sat
friends and relatives In the North. Mutt Derby Chairman, (which The recent graduation pictures Norfolk Va.. Franklin Howell S niluy School 10 n.in. Service on Sunday

6he thanked her vice president, VISITINGMr. was sponsored by the local Lion's can be picked up at the Ace Beau. of Davie, Fla., and Willie How- Morning Worihip 11 n.m. !1':10;: a.m.
Miss Peggy Poehner, who had and Mrs. J. D. Booth, Club) announced that our local ty Shop on the Trail ell of Ft. Lauderdale three
presided during her absence. (he's a pharmacist) of Miami, winner, Jerry Blolchlnla, and rOI'KLAND BAPTIST
Guests introducing themselves are spending several weeks hereon his dog, will participate In Ml. daughters Mrs. Thomas Lynn MISSION ST.SN'S CATHOLIC
were Mrs Kenneth Bowman of Hickory Boulevard, and haveas ami on Friday, July 17, to com. The highest registered yacht of Immokalee, Mrs. W.E. Cul- bier Clyde Marlin :tr.l St. & 10th Ave.. So.

Sweetser, Ind., daughter of Mrs. their guests Mrs. Ann Donovan pete for national honors. club; In the world is at Grand berson of West Palm Beach and :Sunday: !School 10 ant Father Iternard U Hickej
Bennett, and Mrs.Violet Sweeney and Rev and Mrs. Fred San. Mrs. Anne Blolchlnla will ac. Like Colo. Mrs. John Hassen of Columbus, \Vornhip i Service Sundry Mu'ic -8-I011
Ohio; one brother, Hugh How- Weekdays 7 a.m. only
I II I n.m. and 7:30:
ell of Bunnel,Fla.,and three sisters p.m. Confessions' : Saturday
umullllum.IIIIIIIII.-.wuUIIWIIllIlWIllWUUWUUIUJIIWIIIWUIII. [ IIIIIIIIIIIIIW Ca : DR. HARLAND D. FAGUE Mrs. Ella Altman of Belle Prayer MeetingsWednesdays 4 to 5 p.m. anti 7 to 8 p.m.

Glade Mrs. Marsha Powell and at 8 p.m. Sunday School !II n.m.
The Rev. Dr.Harland D.Fague Confraternity; Class of
Mrs. Hall both of La-
Myra ,
will complete a flve-yearpastor- Christian UoC'trlnr..nda'A ('
ate with Emmanuel Lutheran Belle., fllOKOLOSKEEniuiicii :\ at 7:30: \p.m.
04rc lnviteJ Funeral services were con- OF GOD
a aIUoI'r
CorJi4& Church Sunday with the 10:30
yon ducted Friday at 9:30 jn. from Sunday School 10 ..m.
a.m. service. Dr. NAPLES
Fague beganhis the First Baptist Church with :Morning Worihip; 11 "n.m.
ministry here July I, 1959, II \PTIST CHURCH
Daniel
Rev. L.E.
when the congregation was stilla officiating. "11n.ln I luwn AI..... tall: Naple
Service 04tfclJI pan of the former United Lutheran Masonic rites were conductedat ;MAKCO ciiritcii OF <;iOf> Rev Lediea; Barge Pallor
Richards C
Roofing the urcf Church In America. This the graveside at Ft. Denaud Ira 1). Ilinrork pastor !Sunday
Phono Ml I-4MS Noplo* at 11:30 ajn. with
body has since with the cemetery :Morning Worihip 11 a.m.
merged Sunday School 10:00) a.m.
members of Masonic 319
Hardwaret.YeurCompute Lodge vesting: Worohip 7:15 '
Augustan Lutheran Church the : p.m. Mon.imr.Worihip., '>i|1:00: s.sa.

: Hardware ftort", I .t.vll W .11: 'i ", ","1e1. ."IM I I.".. .- /Finnish. Lutheran Churchy\ 'M< |,.participating. Training; J'nion 7:00:{ p"nio
ill Mh A...., S...,, .. -.1111 .l 1 Lail The C.R. Weatherton Funeral I I'' : II., Kvrniriir: Wirs'MP.
its/ a. ..! ,'11,,, .H the 'American"Evangelical (;lOOlil.ANI *WpNf.r-:
w .f"" Home of Pahokee was In chargeof MISSION
( 0firfOCpbe theran Church .
to form the Lutheran or out Wednesday
Rexall Store svvioruSun.lay
Naples a Church In America. The arrangements. :Mid l Week
Mh A... S.. School 9 I a.m.
congregation was organized In Her Richard T. Lambert, Prayer Service "i.'IO:: p.m.
The Bank of Naples March, 1958, under the guidanceof Presbyterian Vdnlt Choir Practice 8J5, p.m.

'Growing with Niplot and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church the Reverend John R. Meyer. JEHO'AII'S1T F.ssrf -;
Collior Sine* '*(9" When Dr. and Mrs. Fague arrived College Accepts f Kingdom hall NAPLES PARKR.11'TIST
:b.ryf 107th AvenueMinUur
and
.,C Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES.
in Naples the congregation Gale Burton Wallace Entire: CHUKCII

Hartley's Variety Store had no church building. Ser- Bible Study Wed. X p.m. It",. Marion I':. Waeaier1

14 Ninth StrMl. South vices were then held In the Naples ST. PETERSBURG GaleL. Minister !School Frl. 7:30:: p.m."enIre Sunday. School 10 a.m.

q Theater and later In the Burton, of Naples has Meeting Kri. Ht:: |i.m. :Morning\ Worship, 11 a.m.
BM'Pastry; Shopf11 I : =I.\\! '. Woman's Club. The present edifice recently been accepted Into the Public Address Sun. I\to\:: p.m. Evening: Worship,, 7:30:\ p.m.

tth {'., N.. MI run was erected In 1961, and the student body of Florida Presby- Wulch Tnwrr Stu-ly !Su,. ale: \ Prayer :Meeting "' (',1.7:1011.1": .

Fr.ih I.ked l Good .. first service was held In the new terian College for the academic

Federal z '.v .,. ,' 5 building Oct. 29, 1961. This Is 1964-65. Miss Burton, FIRST! CHRISTIAN FIRST METHODISTCIIUKCH
Naples year
D.ly"I I ,..4'y? wi,.' .5 the first part of a three-unit daughter of Cap. and Mrs. W.A. ClintCH OF NAPLES OF NAPLES

and Loan plan, which calls for enlarged Burton, of Naples is a trans- Mandarin i Dr., Coquina Saiul. First Avenue. S. & Fourth' St.;
toe UN AV., t.. MI ,. ? School facilities and Minister I'a''lrl lie,. '
Y.j [ Sunday later fer to FPC from the Universityof Harry ( Parham
Jim's Sunoco 'e a church sanctuary. Thepar- Florida Itev. James W, Mickey! Sunday Worship II a.m.

Lllnlim. Ou ii.m. Sun. Eve: Worship! Scrv. nt 7:30::
J i N., was dedicated Nov. 8 1959 Church Service II a.m.t'hoir Sunday School, 9:45: \ a.m.
Ml !-*)]] .r M471 Nipln. '1.. -r, ; year liberal arts college, open-
We Give. Ilimpt' < + !. the church was dedicated Nov.18, ed its door Inl960undertheJointsponsorship Practice Wednesday' 7:1)0:) Junior, Intermediate and'
I1t 1962. Vesper nen Ire J p..... Sun.CHUtCH Senior Fellowship, II p.m.
\ e of the -
Naples Coin Laundry :? PresbyterIan Prayer Meeting
In 1959, when Dr. Fague became -
Church, U.S.A.and will graduate -
p..d Qu..n W..h.r 4e l I gl i 1 OF Wednesday at 8
C'IIUIS'rT'lmiallli p.m.
the there were 76
l ,
Trail at Utli Av. :N.
,
U.I. Hwy/ 41 N. 4 Whitman Blvd. members. During the pastorate June, 1964. Enrollment figuresfor
Op.n 14-HMira H, Niplit 110 new members were added to the fall of 1964 are expec- Charier Whartcn II. minister ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
W. Mo.rr, Owntr Sunday CHURCH _
the church. Deaths and trans-
ted reach 700. The
to college
fers account for the removal of Bible study 10 I.m.loI'ninll' Igli Building; corner of fliumlffin
!
F coeducational institution
Naples Furniture Co. Y. a Street and Trail.
,, \ the
;
irk the worship 11 ,
some, bring present mem- of Bachelor of Im.Ev'n'nll
degrees
N.. Taml.ml' Trail 5S grants Uonita! Springs
S p bership to 129. There are many Arts, Bachelor of Science, and worship 7:10: p.m. Father"
BB Builders I l "" 'S winter visitors who hold an Joseph E. BeaumimlSiimlny
Specialties !w1 unofficial Bachelor of Wednesday
!
Engineering. :\la'.I'
7:110:: 0:30:: n.m
Troll North MI MJSfl {7 11t90 1- associate membership In \Itl'-le study 7to:: p.m. Oinfessioti: Prior to
Plywood Doors Bulldtrt Hdwtchl to -? the church. "tiny MaCses
I-jo Ruiiwm- D.-.l.r Loch. The congregation Is showing Its BRACK: LUTHERANCHURCH

Lamplighter Cafeteria appreciation to Dr. and Mrs. Report Collins OF NAPLES
sr = Fague by sending them to the :Missouri Synod IMMOKALEE; FIRST
Downtown U.t. 41 ... I
at 4-Cornor* Htplto. '1.. .' rl Lutheran Church In America !May Get Civil IT. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No. I Pastor HU'TIST CHURCH
,
--- / / r r Convention at Pa. PaitorHe ; lie, I.. E. Daniel)
r t Pittsburgh,
C A. Anderson M They will be leaving Sunday af- Rights Bill PostNEW *. George W. Price worship H .m.4_ 7no:: p.i.i.

'Interior ft Extonor jWNlpopume ternoon. YORK (AP) LeRoy Similar School \0 a.m. -
.
Ptmtinf Decorating. ( Collins, president of the National: \ riune'i Service 10:30:: a.m. IMMOKALEE
'--' Association Of Broadca. and Holy Communion
i
Phono MI2 |;u p.o. *.> 2l : CHURCH OF GOP
E i. 'former governor of Florida, has First Sunday each :Month
N.pl.a l Florida New AMA Head Is been offered the post of directorof Plato: Her O. I'. O'lUnnon

Marathon ....... Sunday School ID .
the community relations I'". a.m.lorr'1l
I M.rme Construction Dredging and Corp. Plastic Surgeon Ices to be established by the .-iv. riRST CHURCH OF CHRIST :\ Worship, 11 R.m.

lend Development, a From Dubuque Ia. II rights bill expected to pass SCIENTIST" Evening Worihip 7'l: ( p.m.

41!.__tHl N.,1.. Florida. J Congress soon, the New.: York Central' Avenue at 11th Street
DVBl'QVE, Iowa (AP>-A :39. Times said today.A Sunday Service'11:90

; Trail Builders Supply What a shot Photographers love to find a scene like this. Flowing year old Dubuque doctor who Washington dispatch added Sunday !School 11:00: a.m.a.m. ASSEMBLY BONITA SPRINGS

I Company water a background of trees a church spire' in the distance takes dent of over the next American year as Medical presl. the that Collins White ,House who conferred Wednesday at, ",.,,,I. Evening :Meeting 8 p.m. Rev Roland OF Jones GOD

Neplet. Florida these always make Reading Room 520 Park St:.
Sunday
an outstanding picture. Association is specialist In probably will ace e p t. Col. Mm. \\' School 10 a.m.
ed. Fri.
West plastic surgery but one of Ms who Morning Wonhip 11
Coast Furniture line, a Southerner a.m.
I Wherever we travel we see' Christian churches in harmonious set. 10 n.m. to 1 Evening
Comploto 'Interior main concerns la the family is considered a liberal on civil p.m. Service 7:30: p.m.I'rayer .
fiNO alA Ava t'. N.pl. Fla.' tings, nnd there' a tendency to think of them as "part of the scenery.. doctor. rights, would not comment KMM: .\XUEL: LUTHPRAN Meeting Wed.7i30p.rn.
Dr. Donovan F. Ward was Thursday n'ght on the possibilityof )
i Charles R. LeBCff Put what an important part they are Every one Is a House of God, named president elect of the his assuming the post. CHURCH OF NAPLES CHURCH OF GOD

R Cabinet Shop dedicated to His service. Every one is a community focal point, helping in AMA at Its national convention The story said that as en vi. (ICS "''r. 10th St A 11th Ave, N.
= Dotox' Cibmau. r.rnaurR.pa.r. n thousand ways to broaden and beautify the lives of Its member And Thursday In San Francisco stoned in the <-lvl! rights legls.Utlon Mooting: Line & Bow Line Dr Rev David Laajer

Antique Reproduction* every one is a vital link in the shining chain of Christian belief that It's an office he cherished and the community relations m the Moorings Sunday School 10 Vm.
J4, Ut" SI. ... Ml l-IKi for a reason. service would provide assistanceto Pastor: Dr. Harland D. Fague Morning
stretches around the world. "I don't want to destroy the communities In resolving dls. Sunday School 9 a.m. tv.nvl"iRtlc: Wonhip 11 a.m

.Jimmie 4 GibbsPlxlorini Not far from where you live there's a church that could give yourP practitioner relationship between and the the specialistbut general putes arising from dlscrlmina. Church Service 10:30: a.m. Tuw.jr Prayer Service Meeting 7:30: p.m.

I P Phono MMonry Ml |. I4 Contractor, life n new dimension. Whatever doubts and fears you may have, bring 1 do want to strengthen the tory practices. 7:30: p.m.

--- -- them to God in His House. You can rely on His promise that He will not concept of the family doctor," Another FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thundar YPE 7:30: p.m. .
Van Der Veer said Dr. Ward chief of the \t.\a\ 1'ORIvPt -
leave comfortless sur. OF NAPLES IVERGLA Ei'
Catholic
you play concerned* nh high BAPTIST
Music Center ; "gical.,.. section of Flnley Hospital Church; ,.onalrlifl. "Cautionto 11",. Robert M.rtla. aaater, CHAPEL
.tmp''.'. in.utlOft, .pirtmontin /_:- the winds" is being planned Sunday School '::15 a.m. Pri'ors Rev Erie C. Weldon
anyIHCET n UUm.nt 4--; for Broadway exhibit next fall. Morning Sunday
MUSIC DEPT 0 RESIDENTS HAD IMMIGRATED Worship 10:30: a.m. School 9:45: a.m.
of the drama
14 1111 M. M._ __Ml_1441. Copyright, K.itl..r .\.kenlll'. Srnk Inc.. StrMburf.Va. HIL1.SBORO. ban \Pl it Central Cardinal character;Roncalli.' ho became Training Union 8:30: p.m. Worship Services
Ralph E. Sea aid when he urn* Pop John XX11I. The story concerns Evening Worihip 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. A 8 p.m.
QI. I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday to HilUboro m I
I Chronicles 1"salms Psalms Micah Mnk Acts Acts ae\en churches u, town Je...i from war terror in 1944. Prayer Meeting 7:30; p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 8 p.m.
Naples Ltundry & 16:28-36: 112:1.10: 11612.19; 7:11-20: 11:15.26: 2:37.47: 9:23.31: "Onh one used the English "The Deputy. wh'ch eon-

Cleaners Inc 'lanfuafe he III i'd. "I sent t.i cans the role of Pop Pius XD .

I" Hh ,*.. .. Ml lieu that one E\aniei..i! ; !." in World War II, is currently a 1
'0.. OAr '."IC. Av..i.bl-' He said a v.mcn <'l! -., ); way hit. VOTE This directory will appear regularly seek week Inke
grounds .M 1 cai'v' day k.T" 'ihe new play la being based NEWS. All eh.".... la tke musty are arged t* pre M .rrrite J

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i Friday, Junr 2 S, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS J
" 4 a Two In Beauty
/ Harbor

) Contest Given Eaa

Bow LineThis I
I
& Honors Again B1'MI JHJOTT" Clover

\RASOT. (AM-Two pretty .
BY NOM1E ROGERS misses MU Tallahassee and The mosquitoes are still withus indoors to avoid the heat and '

first paragraph contains was asked If he knew what a honeymoon Miss North Miami have been in plentiful numbers. The mosquitoes. Smart people,

a special message for the boysIn was. Sure 1 do, says s. led out for honors for two East Naples Civic Association say, since the group at Harm
the back room ColllerCoun he, It's when you go Into orbit. n' 'hts running In the Miss Flor. suggests that like the adage, Shores are usually one of t*.':

ty News. Hey, fellas, why do (Out of the mouths of babes) KU i pageant, but under th.lhow'l "An ounce of prevention Is worth most active groups of cltlze:

you keep on leaving out the"punch ,"a' 111'; system it doesn't meant a pound of cure", residents can you'll find In Naples.

lines" In my column lately? Now, WORDS OF CHEER : 'Sheila'I will be Clarke winners.o( Winter Park, help with the mosquito control

I can take the ribbing, as It at While at the from desk In the a I Florida State University coed until the Mosquito Control Dls- PALM TREE PHILOSOP1I

least proves they read my col hospital Thursday 1 noticed there n a resenting Tallahassee, and trlct takes over by turning over Have you ever noticed a hen)

umn, but 1 don't like to rewrite were some friends In as patients, Barbara llornsby of North MI. any containers out-of-doors that of cows in a storm. They turn

parts of it each week as It never so before leaving I looked In on am were among the first three will hold water This Includesthe their back on the storm and wall-

sounds the same, sooo kids" Edna Davis, but she was fast 1 l scorers In evening gown rompe. scores of empty soda hot away from it. On the other hand

please print the story of Sam asleep so 1 left a note, then tltlon Wednesday night They re.petted ties so many of us keep titling water birds face into the wind.

and Frances Mason on their tripto said, "HI" to Henry Dewilde, Thursday' night In swim on the back step bird baths, That way their feathers lay

Caxambas igslru. and after one of the P.O. gang. He hopesto suits. old tires and similar Items. They smooth and flat, don't get ruf

Sam put on the old plnflsh he be back to work next month Ur- But tonight, their group of 11. also suggest that spraying in your fled. The cow having walked away
girls gives their talent presen.tattons
caught three nice snook." That I hope so. Next I reported l to and the results of this yard will help We've learned from the storm soon comes to

was why 1 had said Phoey, to all Mac Llnvllle on how his wife, :ompetltlon which counts 50 something that a lot of old time the end of the pasture and closed

the rules on how to catch fish. Toby, has been behaving herself per cent Isn't> announced. residents already knew, that you In by a fence must stand still

Now print my elephant story, while he has been laid up. Also The first three nights of Judg. can rig a fairly effective fogger and go no farther The storm

like this Why does an elephant went In to say hello to Eleanor I WA log are used only to narrow the with an ordinary gasollne-pow heaps up on her. On the other
, have wrinkles Did you ever Hoerr. After an operation she It Y field from 32 to 10 finalists for ered lawn mower. We had one hand the water bird remains

try to Iron an elephant?????? naturally was not feeling too Saturday night Then the judging of the reel type, used It for cut unruffled facing Into the storm

Let's shake hands and be perky, although 1 understand she bertns anew ting our smooth lawn over on and when the winds and rains die

j t friends shall we? Anyway thanks Is at home now. Met Dr.Brashearin r "'" It Is conceivable that a girl the east coast, but had replaceed down, he lifts his wings to fly

for being so understanding (Ed the hall and told him how who wasn't honored during pre. It with a rotary type, so we into the sky. We are better off

Note Sorry Nomle, we'll be pleased everyone was about the i limlnary amass enough J judging points t could to reach still rigged our own fogger on the to face our troubles with unruffled

more careful). plane spraying those dratted the finals, and then come out reel type mower We got some feathers than we are to try

Tee, Hee, have been watch mosquitoes. winner of the Miss Florida crown malathion at a local garden store Ignoring them by turning our
Ing Art Linkletter. Those kids i While waiting for an appoint and the trip to the Miss Amerl. and mixed It with diesel fuel. back.

are priceless. One small boy ment at City Hall, I listened In ca pageant In Atlantic City. It's pretty good but doesn't seem
on a zoning board meeting and Third winner In the swim suit to work as well as the mixturethe

was very proud of the fair and competition last night was Miss Mosquito Control Dlst,uses. Beef Again In

Kennedy SaysGoldwater tactful way they handled some Tampa, Carla Couture Maybe we're not mixing It right.
very touchy problems. I Imagine :t: In the evening gown competition Any suggestions Spotlight At

It would do us all good to .$ .?I'V.. the three girls named as top The East Naples Civic As*
Is ..'; scorers were Miss Illaleah Di soclatIon will hold Its Grocery StoresBy
In regular
sit on some of the different .
,
i. J} nah DeptuUi Miss Hollywood.
meetings held there, more often i': fl!, 'Jf' C\ Priscilla Schnarr and Miss Azalea board meeting Tuesday night at '' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Not PopularBERLIN Have you been reading: Dick ,II. } '\o .: Queen Patsy Watts of Jack. 7:30 at the home of President Beef continued' this week to
Tracy, lately Ken is thinkingof "-- sonvllle. Bill Edwards on Basin Street. I hold the spotlight among week.

(AP) u.s. Ally. putting In his application for MR. AND MRS. BLOUNT CREIG HALL These girls, and the seven Seems like I'm just full of <,end special In supermarkets

Gen. Robert F. Kennedy said postmaster on the moon. He did others In their group, compete old sayings like, "It never rains I and neighborhood stores.

today Sen. Barry Goldwater, agree, though, to walt until he retires tonight In swim suits. but It pours" I don't know when There also was an abundanceof
seeking the Republican presl. so he will know which par Gli.I.lell-II 111 The third I group will competeIn I've heard of so many people be* I other meat cuts, poultry and

dentist nomination does not en. ty will be In power up there by evening gowns. They gave Ing 111. Mrs. Claude Welmer fish for hot weather menu.

Joy widespread public supportIn then. Wonder which one will BY MRS. W. M. GARRETT or. She selected a blue satin dal couple beneath an arch. The their talent presentations last and son Rodger flew to Texas 'chain One big featured Eastern top supermarket and bottom
the United States.
be suited up there, the donkeyor dress wtlh a lace jacket and. a crystal punch bowl centered a night. last week to be with her son round roasts at 69 cents c
Kennedy during a visit to the elephant? Beneath an arch entwined with gathered skirt Miss Jackie Lynn table graced with fern and blue and his wife, Tech. Sgt. and pound. Another special was
Berlin to commemorate the first fern and blue flowers Miss Jan. and Miss Diane Heath, brides.maids and white candles. Mrs. James Mrs. W.H. Dukes who are both ,
anniversary of his late brother'striumphant You can say all you want to Homo Reports oven ready leg of lamb at 89
ice Ellen Glidden became the and Miss Teresa Gild. Hayes, Mrs. Stanley Heath and In the
tour here belittledGoldwater's about the T.V. commercials but hospital at Carswell Air I cents a pound, down 6 cents
bride of Blount Crelg Hall at den sister of the bride and Miss Mil zI. Canova aselstedwtlh
,
Force
they seem to make a big Impression Dase In Texas. from last week.
standing. 7:30 p.m., Friday, at Immoka. junior bridesmaid wore yellow the hospitalities and Miss Ima Being Sold At
Tens of thousands of Berliner on some folks I know, like Eggs another popular Item
lee's First Methodist Church. .
crepe dresses and matching a: Sue Hall attended the bride's
lined the streets to cheer and when Chuck Holton and I were Rev. Richard Howe conducted LEG SURGERY for rounding out summer meals

wave to the attorney general. talking of which golf clubs we double ring ceremony In a sett. cessorles.of light blue They orchids.carried Juliana bouquets Hays book.For a wedding trip through Two Dollars PerST. George Smith Brookstdehas 'were down 2 cents a rtoren In

A reporter's question on Gold. liked best, he said he couldn'tsee ing of white gladioli, stock mums r,> was flower girl. the southeastern states Mrs. APA been in Naples Community Hos some' region. fish
water who opposed some of the he much and white PETERSBURG ( pltal all this week minor Dinned pink salmon,
why got so more potted palms lighted Best man was Lucius llornsbyof Hall donned a while jersey dress on homosexuality com. following 'ticks fish portions and
late President John F. Ken.nedy's distance with the club made by tapers. Mrs J.H. Black.organlst, Crowley La. Billy Driver of trimmed In yellow and match. piled pamphlet by the Florida Legislative surgery on his leg. Wehopethat shrimp, are the top fish buy.
policies prompted the ????? than the one made by and Abe Skinner, soloist, pre. Immokalee and Terry sherry Ing accessories. After July 15, Committee Is be. George will soon be out and up

length attorney on general the Arizona to speak at "". or the other one,by....... vented a program of nuptial mu. of Ruskin were ushers. the couple will reside In Im. Investigations Ing sold nationwide for$Z a copy, and about. cornlih Meat counters hen, canned also ham had rock and

can. Republi Only he had that kooky sound down sic. The First Methodist Church mokalee where he Is employedIn the Times said today. Mr. and Mrs Joe Hyder and \I smoked pork butts on their list
The bride Is the daughter of was the scene of the reception the farming business The children of
"The conclusion that Gold. perfect.My The newspaper said the purple Atlanta arrived on a ,of specials.
J Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Gild. given by Mr. and Mrs Glidden. bride Is graduate of Immoka.lee .
a
water has widespread public rain gauge tells me It rained covered booklet Illustrated with visit at the home of Mrs. Uy.der'a Broiler.fryers are especially
den of Immokalee. Mr. llall Is town
Out of
Palms School.
and baskets of white
glad High
support in the United States is 3 Inches In a couple hours on photographs of nude perverts slater, Mr, and Mrs. Wilson abundant and turkey are good
the of Mrs
son R.A. Bethea Jr. BUI
loll and Mrs
mums and stock and Mr
an weret
erroneous" he said Tuesday and yet, less than one of Immokalee. guests advertised by a Washington D. Walker, lntime for the Walk weekend bets.Especially .
arch decorated the party area. Bethea; Mr. and Mrs.Carl Gild. C. book club as ". hOC kin g,
hour after It stopped there wasn'teven Given in marriage by her father The tiered wedding cake was den and Brenda and Mr and er children to come down with plentiful produce

a puddle, which proves how the bride was attired in aRoar topped with a miniature brl. Mrs. Ken Mulllngs of Naples; amazing John Evans, passionate, staff director of the mumps. Needless to say '1they're buys Include lettuce cabbageand
Labor StatisticsSay low the water table must length of white having an visit onions.Cantaloupes
very gown organ. Mr. and Mrs Ken Kockentlet the legislative committee said Interesting ; t
Price IndexSteady have been. la over satin, styled with a lace and Mrs. Martha Glidden of Fort "Any homosexual who spends $2 wondering who'll be next. The strawberries' ,and limes watermelon, plum,
Jacket and lace panels flowing and Mrs. Jerry Walkers live on Holiday Lane
Mr.
Mytrs to be disappointed
; for it Is'golng
Smathers 'are th. buys In freshfrults.You .
.best .
Holland _
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.
from
the watst to the hemline. In
For May DO-IT-YOURSELF Clo ser 'Of Winter Haven. Mrs. lie's hut going to learn anything Brookslde.
Another fellow who takes his The jacket featured a scooped Opposed RepealOf Sue Winchester and Lucius he doesn't already know." June may be the month of may i and that you want a
WASHINGTON (AP) Food T.V. commercials seriously Is neckline and three quarter length Horniby of Crowley La.j Terry Evans said he did not know spoon, croon, etc., but at Harmony trimly-ahapod block of Ice to
and housing prices dropped In J.K. Rogers. Thought I was sleeves. Her finger tlpveil of Excise Tax Elsberry of Ruskln and Mrs. how any publisher gut the book. Shores It's a month of fit Into a special bowl when you
but most other consumer silk Illusion, edged with lace
May Faia of Palm Springs
Wllla commit.
Faye the
It was published by
like 25
being real helpful the other day quiet. The something serve a summer punch. reeling
goods Increased in price and fell from a crown of pearls She WASHINGTON (AP) Sena California. under .title 'homosexu
tee .tM
living C o s t s remained un. when I stepped up, just as he carried a lace covered prayer tors Holland ana Emathers of and Citizenship In ,Ior. couples that are at the Shores water. in a 1-pound coffee can
changed from the month before was about to hit the ball, and book topped with three white or. Florida voted no Thursday as Ida silly; this month are mostly staying I may do the Irickt!

the Labor Department said to. Informed him that if he did not chlds and tied with orrhld stream.ers. the Senate adopted an excise tax Makes Mistake

move to the left a bit, he would extension bill amendment, 4838. ,
day.The consumer price index of surely go in the lake. I even Miss Joyce Glidden, twin sis. The amendment would repealthe Serve with I
the Bureau of Labor Statistics offered to prove It by drivingIt ter of the bride, was maid of hon. 10 per cent retail tax on furs, Mails Puppy, Asparagus Style
and
stood for the second straight for him, he gave me a very jewelry luggage cosmetics
month at 1078. except for the portion of furs
The figure means it cost unfriendly look and said,Please" Private Eye Gets and Jewelry costing more than Not PackageHOLLYWOOD
Ma I'd rather do it
to myself. $100.
$10.78 in both April and May
buy typical consumer goods that (HE DID) Own Case To SolveLOS (AP) Gale
I have never seen such a mess Gilmore Isn't sure how It hap.
cost $lOin the 1937.59 period on Head-On Collision rey
which the index Is based. as the one at the entrance to ANGELES (AP) Em. ) wfed
Lower meat and egg prices Royal Palm Harbor. It isn't ployes reporting for work at an At Shopping CenterTwo She walked up to a Sunset
were the main: factors in a two. only a traffic hazard, but down East Los Angeles office found a StJlp mailbox Thursday with a I
hole in the ceiling, the office trucks going in opposite package to mall In one hand
tenths of one per cent drop in right dangerous, due to washouts
food costs. thoroughly ransacked, and a directions each apparently gut and her black and white mon.
Fruit and vegetable prices remained from these rains. Then, too, i note reading "So, solve this in the other's line of traffic grel puppy Shipper, in the
unchanged. Sugar can't help wondering what do one. (Signed) Ace" ,,early yesterday morning at the other.
dropped slightly but was still all the folks do who have to depend The office where the burglary entrance of the Naples Shopping '1 got conru'e! ." she said

up more than 6 per cent from a on tourists, drive-ins, fora was dls.-overed Thursday was Center and learned the old And she mated the dog.
year ago, and coffee climbed living the L. F. Clark Detective maxim that two bodies cannot Gale, 21, blonde, and an ae.

another 2.3 per cent, to an over. Now as to doings here in Naples Agency occupy the same space at the tress, called the dog and cried..
called the
else
newspa.pers.
the-year total increase of nearly Land Yacht Harbor. The same time. Someone
Gary Lee Houchin 1948 Air. A passerby called the post
23 cent. still
per Saturday night suppers are
The bureau ascribed both the delicious the pool delightfully From PoliticianTo port Road, was driving a truck office
and coffee price develop. belonging to his father, Harold "The postal authorities ..am."
sugar refreshing,fishing good,With lots Father Of TheBrideGoldwater Houchin and Harold .
E William
ments to the world supply sltua Need Miss Gilmore explained later.
tlon. of Friendly.good neighbors. son, 121} Eighth Avenue, North, "A man In a uniform with a
1 say more? We all hope Cleo was driving a truck belongingto key. He opened the box, and

Wood Is feeling much better now. PHOENIX Arts, (AP) Sen. George E. Jones 2231 Kir there was Shipper right downin
Helen Keller Also 1 understand Edith Sholz Barry Goldwater top contenderfor kwood. Damage was estimated at the bottom. Some lady had
Is too busy to ride her bike the Republican presidential $75 to each vehicle.No dropped a letter on his head"

84 On SaturdayEASTON with us cause she Is trying her nomination, settled down in his one was injured and no
arrests made. Snlpper emerged without so
hand While riding Arizona home
at millinery. hilltop today as
Conn. (AP) Helen The collision occurred at 7:15 much as a postmark and Miss
bike around the park he transferred from politician
who will be 84 Satur. my
Keller Thursday morning and was In. Gilmore got nothing more thana
day is a woman of "great dig ,after late news, 1 saw Toby'to father of the bride.Goldwater's vestlgated by Officer Gary Young hard look from the postal au.thorltles. .
.
nlty who Is just growing old Linville who tells me she had youngest daughter of the Naples Police Department .
her Mac Margaret Ann, 20, will mar.
with grace. just brought hubby, ,
ry Richard Arlen Holt, 26, of
home from the hospital. It's
So reports a frequent callerat
Beverly Hills Cam Saturday
,
the country home of the blind time for those summer colds
at the Phoenix
night Trinity
Sonic Blasts From Jets
and deaf author. again so, take care. Bye now. Episcopal Cathedral.The ASPARAGUS WITH IIOLLANDAISE SAUCE It aristocratic fare. Make the sauce
Arizona senator made two .
in a bowl in a pan of simmering water
in his home state
speeches

Thursday then ducked out of Too Much For Mrs. WaDles is no. to he used right away, put skillet (about I inches) of
I the SDutlleht. CECILY BROWNSTONE
t By them in s clear plastic bag, simmering' water; have the water
Ij In Nogales, Ariz., Goldwatertold Associated Prei Food EditorFE'
close the end lightly and re'frlaeral. come as high up the side of the
j an American Legion con. "Mrs. Waplei from Naples'' cident on Friday. She had not
.. will bowl
The possible.Adjust .
is
this world saparigus
vention that ht hated to cut his thinks the blast heard last FrIday heard from the air base on Thurs. THINGS in
visit there short but that he over Naples, caused by day and decided more definite tide better than fresh asparagus keep well this way overnight heat ao water simmers
Hollandaise, At cooking time, place the and never boils; stir-beat with
accompanied by
I had to get home for a "meeting planes breaking the sound bar. action was necessary.A .
in s deep 1 10-Inch skillet the link until the butter melts
of the clan. Seas pearl
j
tier, represents an unhappy state second call was made to
A dinner was scheduled for of affairs and she Intends as a Tampa, and after being pass. Each good cook has her own with I cup boiling water and 1/% "Whi.k in e second piece of
j tonight, "committee of one" to do some ed from one officer to another favorite method of preparing this tea.poon salt. Cover and boilvigoroualy I butter the same way, and then a
Miss Goldwater, better known thing about it. tr the telephone conversation, delectable vegetable and Sauce, for I to 10 minutes or third, and last the fourth.
I as Peggy, will be given away Planes maneuvering at super. she eventually talked to a"Colon.el If you hiven'i, yet hit on yours until, tender; lift the cover e Continue beating after the last
1 1j by her father at the 11-minute sonic speed over a populatedarea Martin." This was about 11:30 you might like to try these couple of limes during the cooking piece of butler is added until

j ceremony. like Naples Is bad enough, a.m Thursday. Mrs. Waples des. recipes which, we eeleem. to help the uparagus retain the sauce I is a little thinner
Her husband4oe Is a Junior said Mrs. Ruth Waples "but crlbed the Incident In detail to their. green color or leave the than the consistency of mayon-

1 executive with an oil company when blasts crack the ceiling east,, officer, and finally from the SKILLET ASPARAGUS SPEARS cover off for the first. half of the flue
",; 4I The newlyweds plan to honey. In my house and damage the air. colonel sh. was Informed action Cut off the tough white looking cooking time If you like, you may adds dash
I moon In Hawaii and then make conditioner then that's going too will be taken. ends from t bunch (about Drain, the siparagus well and of sill and cayenne pepper.

t their home In Beverly Hills. far. The well being of Indlvi. Later In the day, a return call 2 1/2 pound.) of fresh aaparagus serve at once with Hollandaise Serve the Hollandaise Sauce

r duals Is still another thing. For from Tampa was made to Mrs. so the sp sr* rte an even length.With Sauce Makes 6 servings, ai soon aa It has thickened.
L rf I Gordon MacRae's some time after the blast last Waples and she was Informed that s swivel-blade, vegetable If you want to keep the sauce
: Friday I was almost a nervous on Thursday of next week, about peeler, put away the outer covering HOLLANDAISE SAUCE for a couple of hour a before eerving. '
Daughter To Wed wreck" she said. noon, two officers from the base of the asparagus up to the MADE IN A BO'L turn it into e widemouthvacuum
N Her first reaction was' III call In Tampa and two from the base buds. 1 2 cup (1 stick) butter jar and cover tightly
e. et. NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif City Hall where she learned the in Homestead will be In Maples'
w sin then,"ugMy in cold running 2 large egg yolks Do not uncover until the moment
I,U-Mt. and Mrs. Gordon city government had no control to check out her complaints
I water. Or if there's e Suspicion I 1,2 tablespoons strained lemon serving and It willbe-yUevjeJRi.
UtcRae I the entertainers an over the supersonic travelling Mrs. Waples, "always boost.
; r' .. .. M. Muy1' I nounced today the engagement planes.Next. Ing Naples," as she describedit of sand on the aaparagus, wash juice ly warm the lempentute
...<
'. k half full of hoi Divide the firm butter into 4 Hollandaise should be.
them in s <\>
': I of their daughter, Meredith Lynn she called MacDlll AirBase suggested that the visiting t
,...",,1( M"I. I to Richard Laurence Berger. la T.mpa.She was inform. officer bring their wives and ((110 degreaviwstef. gently pushing even pieces. If you ever have any Holler
,.... -f .\. -. at MI. I Eerier Is the son of Mr. and ed by personnel there they had bathing suits and see what Na the spear back and forth. In s smell bowl (from t mixing daiie Sauce leftover, store it
Mrs. Richard Hill Berger of no Information on the planes pies has to offer la the way ofa Rinse thoro. ably In cold water, bowl set) beat the egg yolks in a small tightly covered jr In
ENGAGED Mr. and Mn. B. B. Ray of Naples an. Kansas City Mo., and IsUroor. which caused the blast, but promised nation spot and attraction thin let the sp-ragus stand ins slightly with e whjsk; whisk in the refrigerator. You may nee it "*

nounce the engagement of their daughter Gloria Jean ada, Fla. to check It out, and return wh'. :h she feel could be ruined.. sink half full of cold eater for the lemon juice Add I of the es a spread ((instead of bttttar) *'j
Knowlea (shown) to James Moffitt Uwtt, the wn of The wedding will be some her crThat :. If jet planet keep blasting the boot 10 mir'IMS.Dram. pieces of butter.Placeitx.'bLin. for soft rolls thai are to Bp split L ?
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&r&t sl4ert Nems .) Feel Impact of ChurchesBY

BRUCE BIOSSAT

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1964 y Washington Correspondent
I Newspaper Enterprise Assn
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I The Game Of Cat And MouseAll W ASIIlNGTON-1 EA-) This has been a bad year fM
r' those who would argue that the influence tremendous of the chul( h III
Is waning, It has had impact III
affairs
American and the Issue Of
and law enforcement officers on the two controversial fields-clvil rights slhOOI

residents of the South are, of beach and in the surf at St Augustine prayer AI his southern forces went down to defeat of'! tht964

distressed when violence Beach. Georgla's Sen. Richard Russell lnglH out
course, erupts civil rights bill, of the decIsive fatol'l

in neighboring states even though recent It is certain that integration leaders Yr church support stili no the sign measure of a decision, even at the rongres.
There Is
violence in Northern states clearly sent their forces to the beaches because r : \ on the question of tion's.

demonstrates that not all civil rights strifeis they knew, or at least hoped, that local \\1.\} I v tutional amendment to allow prayer very In the heavy n church schook

taking place in the South. residents would attack them when they t But committee testimony produced 011'
Idea.
to the
It is certain that violence will continue entered the water. They were not dis position Should amendment proposals eventually languish Sri die

through "the long, hot summer" because appointed.One in experts the combined would opposition be creditedIN of .churches and many

integration leaders have clearly indicatedthat can not but wonder what would : legal probably

they intend to see that it does. Only have been the result if St. Augustinianswere TilE WEEKS OF TESTIMONY before the House JudicL
/ than a dozen
through events such as have taken placein as disciplined as the integration ary Committee on school prayer amendment.more Major;

weeks forces and with leadership that had church groups spoke against any the views of
St. Augustine during recent a Reflecting either convention action or Interim

can integrationists keep the spotlight of planned as carefully. governing bodies, this opposition included both Southern

national attention focused on their cam- It seems reasonable to believe that and American leaders Baptists three, United branches Presbyterians of the Lutheran MethodislJ church ,'

paign. If there is no violence then thereis no violence would have occurred at the Episcopalian The Roman Catholic hierarchy at that time avoided any

no fodder to feed the television cam- beaches and that the nation's oldest xr official pronouncement. But now the legal authorities of

eras, the news services and radio networks city would not have experienced the unwelcome '4V1.- the have National virtually Catholic official Welfare status, advise Conference Catholic whose bishops statement to view

attention that it has on its anniversary all proposed school prayer amendments with caution

The worldwide focused .
attention on year.Communities
ARRAY of churchmen lined
St Augustine and Florida this past week which may be selectedas against THIS a FORMIDABLE constitutional amendment is surely a source up ol

seems to illustrate perfectly how a well targets during the "long, hot summer" ; :1 tf J 1 ; i great annoyance to the many staunch advocates of change Jk
;; of their complaint Is the charge that
heart
planned campaign, with the usef well predicted by integration leaders may well The took
In banning school prayer, a posltloi
trained and disciplined followers, can consider the lesson that can be learned -- hostile Supreme to religion Court In American life

make excellent use of an undisciplinedgroup from St. Augustine and other cities that t' Official church attitudes are especially frustrating to

leader- selected for demonstrations. southern backers of prayer amendments. A survey of school
of citizens acting without have been 71LK tx 7kJ'Rt'i"f : .r- authorities across the country shows that only in the South ii

ship or plans. Obviously, a demonstration that results .... the practice of prayer in school a common thing. The situi .
Today's morning newspapers featured, in no violence, and its attendant ", ."." :: 1)),' tion is mixed in the East and Midwest, and there Is almost

have for several useless waste of time for none of it in the Far_ West. _
as they days past, pictures publicity, is a The impending final enactment of a civtl rtghta bill helped
of battles between whites Negroes will thus give the South t IIIQ
Integrationists. along mightily by church effort
The Best of BoyleBY E lTrR? major scores against U.S. churchdom Southern outrage .
could become explosive if school prayer amendments finally :
HAL BOYLENEW Tb T E do fail

'tl R IN SUH AN EVENT however, the position of many eminent .

YORK (AP) Are you Chrematophobla fear of lawyers and law professors would be appraised as
tired of having the same old money. significant. A prime exhibit In (House committee hands Is
otb rs say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS fears? Chlonophobla-fear of snow. POINTED AT US a letter of opposition signed by 223 attorneys and legal
Wouldn't you like some fresh Aulophobla fear of hearing scholars "
anxieties to fret over to make flutes Testimony among educators was more evenly divided, butthe
your life more interesting? Taenlophobla fear that you Editor, Collier County News weight of comment was against the amendments..
Well, be of good cheer. The are harboring a tapeworm. Today's mall brought a news By contrast with all this 93 of the 98 congressmen who ap
possibilities are endless. Llnonophobla-fear of string release from the Florida Audu- peared were In support of constitutional change They and
Medical dictionaries now list Phronemophobia fear of bon Society. The text of this many of their fellows have been burled In the greatest
some 300 or more specific fears thinking. release seemed to be pointed avalanche of mall In congressional history.
1 and the list Is growing. They all Autophobia-tear of yourself. directly at those of us who live
have wonderfully Impressive. Of course U you can't makeup in and enjoy the natural wondersof FUNNY BUSINESS
sounding names, and the your mind what to be afraid Collier County. Points one
chances are you have had some of-and the choices are pray and two of the group's 11 point '
tically endless-there Is a pack. sr
of these dreads all along and Important
statement are particularly
knew it. age deal available.
never
decide to settle for to us, what with the rapid -
You
If you hate losing a golf might
match, your friends may merely pantophobla That means the and not always well-suited
p r put you down as a poor fear of everything. development of large parcels of UIGK t
sport. But If you tell them land In our area. I quote these
t you're suffering from rhapdo. points In part 'rs s itr
phobia which is the fear of be. U-The Florida Audubon Society -

ing beaten-they're bound .to believes. that the continuing\
feel more sympathetic. and often needless destruction ofFlortda.s
Perhaps it embarrasses you
M1 natural beauty and resources
if the boss catches you dozing Is a tragedy of appal-
in your swivel chair at the of.
ling proportions. Sometimes the
flee. Put ailment down as
0 your
/i t1+ destruction Is In the name of
hypnophobia, the fear of falling
asleep dredging and filling road build-

U you hate being alone, you 1 Ing, drainage flood control, navigation
have got monophobia; if you N +. real estate development -
"Ht always hits a long ball' "I m counting It as in It should be In' can't stand crowds you're a etc. It Is relentless and

victim of ochlophobia (and bids fair to cook the golden goose
1 A
probably also apephobla, the I that makes Florida attractive to
fear of physical contact. residents and tourists alike The
Old maids who can't stand
I I THERE'S NO TIME TO WAITThe men, dogs or marriage are Florida Audubon Society does 4
triply afflicted with andropho not oppose 'progress! we simply

bla, cynophobia and gamo. seek to guide Its directionfor "It makes them
Senate has passed the Civil of New York and Philadelphia and phobia. The American bison, com the benefit of all, to temperIts nervous to be watched whilethey're

nights bill. The House will pass It Chicago the size of Miami and Women who are always cajoling monly called buffalo or sharp edges, and to make It workingl"NATIONAL !
their husbands Into plains buffalo, formed the of Its
taking aware responsibility to
within the next 10 days What hap Tampa and Jacksonville. They are
them out for the evening suffer mainstay of the economy of the land and to all life, both human /e
pens next depends on three factors: just as urgently needed In cities the from a complaint common: the Plains Indians providingthem and wild, that Is dependentupon

White people size of Lakeland and Winter Haven among housewives domalo. with meat and hides the land. OUTLOOK
phobia the fear of shut for food, clothing and shelter.
being
"We believe that there
and oughtto
Bartow. And
Black people that need knowsno
,up In a house. Before the white man ar
The attorney general color line. One unbridled fanatic, That nursery rhyme character rived their number was estimated be greater recognition, both Business Expansion-Two
EpisodesBy
Racial bitterness In the United no matter what the shade of his Little Miss Muffet, who at 60000000, probably by the officials general of public the tremendous and by public -
off her tuffet the ,
was frightened bya greatest aggregation Otoaoi HAGEDORN
States now Is at Its greatest peak skin, can touch off more turmoil spider, acted from a deep. of large animals ever Intangible values In Florida's remaining

since the Reconstruction Days Immediately than a whole community can cope seated feeling of arachne. known to civilized man. By natural beauty. Before

following the Civil War, with. phobia. 1900 they were near extinc- any large natural areas are des-
If you're looking for some tion thanks to wanton troyed or drastically changed In
nearly 100 years ago. It Is Idle at Time and again throughout this We are now well Into the I must have been rising even
really unusual fears, here area daughter by the white men. character, careful consideration third of a sustained
this point to say that here lies the land, It has been shown that in communities few: Iocycl4i. Srit..k. should be given to the Irrepla- nomic year upswing. It Is Instruc-eco- faster have continued By contrast to increase proflti

blame, or there. -largo or small-where biracial Dlpsophobia-(ear of liquor ceable values that will be sacri tive to compare and contrast throughout the period since
..'.:,iiwj&: ....$ *$ ,*" '.<
There Is enough blame for all- committees of substantial citizens :,t'Y'\ ;R: "j"t'., ..,. < "< ,,' :" f iced" this period with the businessrise early 1961.
< 2--The Florida Audubon Society during the years 1954
There differences
are other
radicals reactionaries and moder- can sit down together to talk
.. BAKCR ADES believes that the preservation through 1957. between the two expansionary
ates, black and white, rich and poor, and listen and plan together, harmony iiiiiiizl) l l I .D RI"E..MIL.l of additional wild lands representing The 1954-57 boom was quite periods The years 19551951were ]

educated and uneducated The result SALUTES ALCL all typical natural habitats spectacular while it lasted, a period of large capital
.U'BOSS In the State Is the but It was followed by a series expenditures-much more M,
people of sincere good will who Where there Is no such preparation ATOh1. nCB AVE major of
I. Chop: 28. Dote Y' E. w D L T E C. T E. D conservation need In Florida at disappointing years. The relative to the over-all rate of
hare been for where
trying quietly many timorous or angry citizens 4 Oner shelter recession of 1958 was neither economic than the
To this end the activity,
... TED. IRE. N E present. Society
years to supplant hate and fear with turn their backs on the facts of around 1'1"htad.. advocates that all suitable State- deep nor prolonged, but the years 19611963. However,
A PRO N A (6 0...
which
understanding and respect have the times, there comes a moment 7. Surge clang owned wild lands, including Islands recovery followed was capital outlays are now increasing
11 Mem Mushroom (G L. A D 3 0 M C t L. K Incomplete The rise In 1959 rapidly and are expected
been overrun by extremists, opportunists when outside pressure ruptures the 13. \\urd ofafllnuatlon 32 leaned n AT. e Go 0 c c L. V L bay bottoms and shallow and 1960 was cut off In the to be one of the male

and publicity-seekers. Thereare surface calm of a town, arid scalding 33. llaitle A TIP.I I R 0 N i IN' coastal waters, be retained by middle of the latter year, be- supports for continued expansion
14 Curaihe 5 T 0 A. V A CAT r. the State and dedicated to the fore the economy had reached
many of all three on both sides grief bolls over its citizens. When 34 Edible: In 1964.
15 hilt liber tuber t C: NO. t L. A T E: .. purpose for which such areas its full potential. A brief mild During! the 1954-'57 period
of the color line. that has occurred, It Is too late to 16. Through 3), "untighter are best adapted." downturn followed ending in residential building reached speak
So much for the past. Whatof find amicable solutions 17m:: 'i helt: { er SOLUTION OF YISTMDAY PUZZLE All of us and each of us the early part of 1961, which In the earlier stages of

the future Bartow has made a name for nu\chit. 39. \Vrlghtof no\\\: 7 Candle should realize two things great the formed the starting point for the rise. After 1955 there wa
18 Frosts India Importance which bear the period of rising business a gradual decline In spendingfor
1. Sand kh meal 8. Mimic upon
If there Is a massive push for itself as a city which does not which is still
go 21
going
Mangrove 40 Milk* xarl on. busi
2. Cm flight 9. Explode Audubon Society' statements: new housing, while
instant obedience to all sections of hat In hand to the federal govern 22. Jud.ah'lloll fly of glass 3. Marry 10. Bib. Nature developed the most mar- Prices and Profits ness was still rising. But lathe

the law, or If there is a massive ment asking for money to pay for 23. Maxilla .a 1.'oIme: lor 4. Ties country velous zoning plan of all It One Important more recent period expenditures
resistance to the law-and If there which 24 Child'iIht'n.. 5. Edible: 12 Mature took several million years to difference on residential construction
things the city can do for It seaweed between the two periods of rW
game 42 Stud 17. Satan continued to
Is one there will be the otherthenthe self. Bartow made that proud name 26, Wimlaie 4J Vinegar 6. reining 18. KI\\I t work understand out the and details consider: we this should In expansion has been the behavior throughout Prevailing opinion '

long hot Summer ahead will be through the leadership of Its city 27 Cute worm dummy 19. Infaxor land of prices. An upward however, Is that not much
able permitting use changes. Secondly creep of prices has been evi further form of
rise this
longer and hotter than anyone has commission and of its Chamber of any change in land use dent In both periods But this In
20. 1th
S activity
I l J '!oy I. I' Sleep Is to be expected.
yet imagined.If Commerce leaders. 17 brine/I should consider the effects of gradually accelerated as the

the attorney general-whether From those same sources must 1/ I. I" 21 Mirthful such change on the natural features 1954-57 Its last rise continued and In Labor Cost Is Key
of surrounding lands. Cages the general price the
23. Cookie Thus the to
If prelude
he be Bobby Kennedy or anyone come the leadership now to help If I.f container Many of the changes that man level was rising at the rate of downturn which began toward

else-immediately puts to use all Bartow move ahead without being 25 Congeal I makes In the face of the earth, about 1 percent per quarter- the end of 1957 and to

the unbridled powers given him in swept up In the ever-widening torrent I *'/1 27: Place to alter the land for all future rear.clear There Indication has as yet been no the disappointing years whlcn

this bill then we will Indeed have of passion that Is drowning '6 H y 1/ rat28.llarme generations Irreversibly. We acceleration during of such an followed was a rapid increase
should all think about this, and the current ,In coats and prices, a deterioration
the police state that Its opponents reason and logic in city after city. u z ,.Jj({. If n zoophyte then let our thoughts be known. Another upswing of profits and a WB
have been predicting. Bartow can prepare now to ." '. 30. Cicarrutg Joel Kuperberg,Secretary In the trend difference la found but (as it turned out) unsui-
of total
None of these things need to work out Its future, or It can wait s .117 f@jIi\i\ l' 31.moth Ihllipplnerice genus COLLIER COUNTY pronts. Fronts rose corporate steeply mation.talnable rate of capital for

happen. Cool heads and sane lead- for the federal government In the ; U.l" I'I CONSERVANCYSeasonal nOd during the Initial recovery pe- There are as yet no unequivocal
,
ership at the local level can keep person of the attorney general, to JJ 32. Copper rn after the """tan of signs of similar d<*
IJl ftt They
4 lIeld I life reached a peak In stag
velopments
the United States from becomingone step In and say 'This Is It." Bar- f ;; 3J Dry Storms the fourth quarter of 1953 and for setting the expansion.
an
current
end to the
tragically magnified version of tow'a troubles today are minor compared l.1f Ji I"1 .lJ 35. legume Like hurricanes, tornadoes showed__a gradual drop thereattrr. But If labor costa begin -
36. Expire have a season" of their own. Thus the downturn In tn
.St Augustine. to many communities of this IJ' a' profits to rise steeply and
37 Smallest from March through June began host two
s I years into pfe
Cool heads and Bane leadership nation. Active forethought can keep b lfJ Integer but this cannot be dependedupon before the downturn In eco- ture profit margins naembll the
may to
3 are nr'ded' not only in cities the size them that way. 38 Lnitofreluctance because tornadoes have nomic ac"Tlt7 generally. Evl- the terminal come stages of tt*

Polk County Democrat! tw UK*21 mm. *' !'...,......., occurred in every month. i I rt"11/- although prices were 1954-57 boom.IiII .
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transformed into a useful and r j tj Friday June 26, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5 in summer look only at practically ZOOM
pleasant recreation room or treeless or shrub-less scenes: REDWOODS
hobby center. Finishing the interior There'i no feeling of being able; SAN FRANCISCO AP) C

of the garage can Increase Add Cbinn; ; to Home to get away from it all. to spenda California Redwood is repute 1I i iI
the comfort and convenience of few hours of family quiet and I b. one of the fastest growing
a new home Adequate fencingcan j t I I If have such situation the commercial lumber tri
peace. you a
give a new home a more _
finished look even before liwni. With Yearly Improvement;; at home, it can be changed I When thick forests are thinr.
pltytifg and terraces art fully i with very little cost according to,lout, permitting an increase
developed.On the American Association of' light, air and water for r..
the basis of economy, durability By VIVIAN BROWNAP Nurserymen. Some of the lowest- growth the redwood "sec -

and easy workability, hard. Newittoture WriterA cost shrubs form very effective i i growth" Is accelerated, accxd
board la a versatile solution for year'by-year improvement plan can turn the house screens These can be planted in i I Ins to the California Red wo i

the problem of applying these that Jack built into a pretty 'special little cattle with such a way that any undesirable, Association
finishing touches
,
even if the
builder does the Job. For the i its own personality. view may be screened out More than 200,000 acres of the

handy homeowner, hardboard is The idea is to seek little Finishing touches that spell ongjn.l big pies are protect
easy to handle and goes up For all-year screening, evergreen in stilt and national forests,
quickly, yet requires no special charm for your particular house so that it Is set apart trees and shrubs may bq bu more than 1,000,000 acres

tools, just those used for other from others, adding innovations used. These of course keep their art farmed commercially. Thousands -
wood product. as the budget permits All aorta of fountain, plastic foliage all year long. There Is no 1, of high quality "second

,,.ko pw ad You can do it with small investments and metal, are available within reason why any family In the growth" trees three to four feet
Speedy Coverage such aa a bucket or the smallest budget. A fountain United States cannot have the
In dameter; be in
Regular 4-by-l feet panels cover two of paint Or you can go way' that looks too plastic may be comfort and shade afforded by are to seen

wall areas speedily. to provide + 4 M W a i out with sizable investments that> weathered by various means, trees and shrubs. Flowers art areas which were heavily logged
a smooth-is glass surface include statuary and rose including giving it a greenishmetal in past decades
that takes paint beautifully. Without available, too, by planting a few
arbors,
look by rubbing on some
checks, grain or knots the shrubs like roses, camellias and
A weatherbeaten shingled paint with a cloth Some fountains
smooth panels will resist dirt many other shrub flowers that
home with lust the right shadeof are operated with Arden! Qraashoppera were convictedof
and moisture, and clean easily, are adapted to your local climate.A .
when primed I and painted or blur-green shutters can pale hone attached to an outdoor flowering tree adds beauty and trespassing in a 16th Century
enameled weathered homes with conventions faucet, others require PUnt"""., Engliah court trial Defense
pleasure while it also can be
But the easiest way for the white or yellow ur pay liter are old-Cngliih Empire witnesses nature lovers and
homemaker to use hardboard is shutters, Window boxes of red and Italian deaigna available for planted to screen out poor views. scientists argued that the insects -
to select of the NAUTICAL THEME is carried out in this unusual setting with a "seagoing" bunk and had the right to life
one many specialty and white petunias with trailingvariegated contemporary traditional With Ingenuity and the advice same
built Into a niche in the well The paneling Is wood-grain finished hardboard that humans But the held
products which the domes- ivy can further enhance country-alyle homes In lavuboi, of a good nurseryman, many tips as judge
tie industry has recently developed looks sea-bleached. The big; panels are scored for a random-plank effect that grasshoppers
this look. bud baths, fountains Many on screening and privacy can be were subject
for specific applications At the seashore an ordinarycontemporary brackets and fountains may he obtained. Borne plant' are good to extermination if they remainedIn

around To finish the that home.basement there stucco house can plugged right into the house will.Diatmctive for screening and other are not firmer fields

are dozens of handsome preflnIshed e-- ON THE-A- he a, delicious looking as a beautifiera outdoura ---- ----
hardboard panels, including birthday take painted the JURt- include. statuary and urns
glamorous wood.grained finished right Portuguese pink with a T.IIl'n.. laden with colorful
plastic coated embossed white roof. An open-work brick put a of flowers placed on the
perforated, corrugated, grooved,L1:1I USE walluned aa a screen for privacyat patio or at the entrance of the
ribbed or striated surfaces They a I the terrace haa an indefinable home can do wonder for an ordinary Planning r
come In a range of panel sizes, charm yet may be achieved by little house with a drah A ; titMTIO
too. Most popular are the 4 by a. the home handyman on a week cnlran ew.y. But good landscaping t
foot boards and the 16.Inch by a. BY ANDY LANG end.This is the type of wall thai la important the beauty rh
foot planks, with lap or tongue.andgroove AP Newifeoturas
edges.Save ia built by laying bricks one-half of any home and should bethought or

The type of joint used in a woodworking project and it's a good idea to make the brick part with the next row of of aa a long-range program pairing( Your

EEpeailttiret the manner in which it is put together usually tell dowel holes slightly deeper than bricks placed over the opening, if the proper plan can't be ROOM
Economical in terms of original the length of the doweli. Some It will need a foundation mortar evolved immediately rather than .
the
volumes about the skill of the who performed
cost, these panels save maintenance person special types of dowels come and sturdy corners Uricka should titling for static looking shrub
expenditures over the job. with these ridges already in be painted white. Cinder blocks Statuary can turn a small\

ytars Once up, the prc-flmshed Professional woodworkers make their selection from a them. are effective used this way alao. garden Into a miniature Ask About A r ;

surfaces need no further treatment wide variety of possible joints. There la one type of dowel I Banks flowers on the aide can Versailles
nor rennlshlng The factory The average home woodworker reaay.maae10"1 jugs 10 enableyou joint which requires no fitting of add to the picture book charm. For example a small area of a HomeImprovement ,

scuffs applied and Anlihes atalns Smudges resist dents and, must rely on the more simple to make the joints, or relyon the dowel hole. In thia lo-cilled I Clearing\ treea can be a ill- tiny Cape Cod! alyle house tookon

dirt can be removed simply witha joints,not only because he lacks some homemade contraption open joint, the two pieces. of able investment but when this exceptional beauty with ,
damp cloth or sponge, or the the necessary skill but because aa many persona do, the im- wood art clamped otherwise open up the area around mountain statuary flowers and terracing Loan '
panel can be washed down without special tools are often required. portant thing is that the dowel held together. A hole la then retreat,a Shangrl! La environment Firat the owners built a concrete
soaking There is one joint, however holes be aligned perfectly. And drilled completely through one may be created Instead of a patio, I by 20 feel, adjoining

Hardboard which la an engineered that has a profession! appearance before applying glue to the dowel piece of wood into or through little house act in a boac aae. If the I living I I room. Another : t
t product made of wood and yet can be handled by joints file a few ridges In the the one to be joined. The glued one has had the foresight to build year they added an awning above THE is.aii.
fibers bound together with lignin anyone This la the dowel joint. dowela This la to give the glue dowel Is then pushed through the a mountain house high with lots the patio And another year a ,

o -the natural binder In wood Itself A dowel I. often called a dowel and air somewhere to escape drilled holes, with the surplusend of glass and a big open deck, It half-circle rock wall was builtto Bank of
-under heat and pressure, dowel I rod n when the dowela art placed into for frame a terrace off the jratlo. NaplesMember
Is made tough durable and moisturereslstsnt pin or merely a if any sawed off This nay bt loaded with plants
In the process. stick of wood with around shape the holes For the lime reason, makes a very strong joint and color In the center of the 20 by 12

Finishing the Interior of a garage It cornea. in many different lengthsand la exceptionally easy to make lillie ornamental pools can foot terrace a small rock garden FDIC
Js simplified by using another diameters, the moat usual -even for the amateur Its sole add a luxury look to simple settings cradles a metal bowl in which

hardboard product tailored length being 36 inches ,and the "RoseScaping"Is disadvantage it that one or both stood a statue of Narcissus On

expressly forth purpose. Strong, moot |usual: t1imeters ranging endS of dp w.I Wilt bo, inble. Jree-form dug{ "pool I n.va y're- the 2-foot wall was a whit buat II ) ,11r
heavy-duty sheets with perfori- from bne-eMgtolt oT wrrntti'toone The home 'handyman who kit quire niyhingmre: tfian.s.qug' of A pull 0" tree keraniuma\ set-m'
lions that will support even a inch Commercially made New Trend never bothered with dowel Joints hole lined with sand I mid which massive ceramic Containers, anda

power mower on hooks eliminate dowels art available in lumberyards because of a belief that they art the' plat tic liner la Inserted, hand some metal heron border
clutter by providing hangIng building supply! dealers too difficult to make should do a Put aume lily pads in it, and a of varicolored. perennial and annual -
storage space as well aa Improving and hardwire stores, ss well aa By Home Owners' little experimenting with them. few flowers act in the rocks flowers are in eisycartbeda

Interior. the appearance of the by mail from companies which lie will get a great kick out of around it,and you have achieveda around the rock wall one

specialize in malting up kits "Rose-scaping' is a new term(I the neat job they make tranquil spot. aide nestling into a slope,
containing dowels of aasorted SALE!
Nail Cetera Match that has sprung up as uses of -
Some of these lining panels for diameters Most dowels are made roses on home properties have

garages are pre-nnlihed In colors of hardwood such as birch or grown In popularity, according to

and can be fastened directlyto maple.A the American Association oNurserymen f
the studs with matching color dowel joint to simplify it 1
I /
nails The pro finished panels somewhat Is a joint in which
.
examining JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT!
"Rose-scaping" means
also resist
scuffing Panels perforated two pieces of wood are held together -
all over, or some with with one or more dowels, the hcme property closely to
perforations only on the upper adequately glued. The dowels determine the locations In your
segment above a grooved wainscot landscaping where roses may be
strengthen the joint and give it
are available a finished appearance.The used to add floral beauty and SPRINKLER SYSTEM
Besides full working walls of MASURY PRO GEM
important thing in making brightness to the home grounds.
perforated hardboard, partial I a good dowel joint ia seeing that It may mean a climbing rosebeside
panels built-lns, fitments
workshop the holes in each piece of wood a garage, porch, arbor or
and cabinets dividends
in terms of convenience.All pay ,are aligned perfectly This can an old stump or even an outcropping .
use hardboard to advantagein be done by measurement alone of rock. It may requirea INTERIOR LATEX FLAT
their construction but since absolute accuracy ia more formal garden of hybridtea

Outside the house, for fences essential even to the tiniest or floribunda roses. Specimen
and other light construction, fraction of an inch lome other plants of roses can be used for
there is another special mate method of alignment Is recom- '
color accents the
on property,
rid available, tempered hard. mended. You can buy a dowel SET FORGET
wherever needed, or, for exam WHITE 50
board. jig that enables to line
you up
ple, roses can be planted In tubs
Through a factory of 2
process the dowel holes very limply Still Take a permanent
tempering, this product Is made another effective method Is withmexpenaive on a terrace. A rose fence might COLORS
even more moisture resistantand be needed Miniature roses often S GAL.
dowel centers.Theseare vacation from
rugged. It is ideal for exterior small, usually metal are used for low borders"Rosescaping" .
cylinders -
use because It does not split,
is
profitable
The holes bored a
art in one
splinter check crack delaml- watering
or your
nate. It defies weathering and piece of wood and the dowel pastime One take a piece of ,

exposure and stands up to hard centers slipped into the holes. paper In hand as he walks aroundthe lawn.
use and rough treatment residing Ridges on the centers prevent home grounds and Jots down
damage, denting and marring them from dropping all the way locations where the appearanceof
lu surface qualities make into the holes Also each center the property will be greatly
It aa excellent paint base, and has a tiny sharp point on it. enhanced by an everblooming
painting win Mercies Its life ss Press the two pieces of wood rose plant or two.

wen as beady together and then take them The goal is to have every part

.part. There will be small indentations of the prooerty as attractive as
.....aVrvtet Tares
on the second piece
possible When the plan is completed ,
Fences using large, solid panels
of wood The holes then are ,
the home carriesIt
owner
economical
weU suited to
are bored in those indentations.But .
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By DICK CPICA but the 35,930 Candlestick Park' boys scored 30 pointsor

Associated Press SrlJrt Writer fans who saw him do it proba. 4 : : IF more In last night's sum- SPORT
Dust off the first malr, boys bly will remember Del Cran. ; mer recreation basketball dou-
Baltimore''! fanrie't Baiberls dall's performance bleheader at the
a lot longer. Naples High . . . . .
.
back In tfuslnessi Koufax has struck out 10 or School gymnasium. . . . "

Steve Barber, who Massed the more batters In a game 54 Basketball games are being

Orioles' pitching urps a count year times before, but how many played each Tuesday and Thurs- 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, June 2', 1914
ago with a 20.13 man, times has Crandall had four hits 5r
day night during the summer recreation -
hand.
Ms 1964 victories cr one In a game? -
But the three-hlt, unn-strlkeout R was the veteran catcher's program period. Besides igroyson- reports
trim Job he did v" '\ew York fourth safety Or!\the night that basketball, the trampoline
Thursday night in a ,.1 verdict |broke up a 13-lnnlng oldtlme t. Is seeing extensive use, super-

over the Yankees had all the ,Giant Dodger _donnybrook r I visor Jerry Howell reports
earmarks of a return to 1963 Thursday night and cave San Boys can play basketballwork Sports Car RacingBig

form, Francisco a 2.1 squeaker over 4 r aw ltiial(! out on the trampoline or tumblingmats w
effort, coupledwUh ; A All the CurvesBY
The southpaw's
Los Angeles or lift weights while the on I
home runs by Boor Powell Crandall, acquired from Mil. r'' gym Is open each Tuesdayand
and Brooks Robinson, gave the. waukee last ,winter, deliveredthe Thursday from 7:30t09:30.How- HARRY GRAYSON
Orioles a sweep of the three.game ( key blow In the final In. ell Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
series and stretched helr ,nlng after hits by Willie Mays says attendancewasgoodbothnights I
American League lead over the and Orlando Cepeda and an In. this week. WILLOW SPRINGS Calif-(NEA)-The Intense speed t
Yanks to 2'A games. |tentlonal walk to Jim Ray Hart t Steve Clark fired In 34 points nut had a word of advice as he finished tucking the sports
A month ago, Barber was still |had loaded the bases. as the team he captains outpointed writer into the Porsche built to look like it is doing 100 milesan
looking for his first victory. He Crandall, batting .188* going Van Weeks' team, 6856. hour standing still.
had started five games, finished :into the game, cracked his Weeks tossed in 32 points In a "Don't stick your hand out." said thirty Ish John Paul Bell.
none and was laboring with a I,game ending hit off Nate losing cause. Teammates help- t'lsn't this the same kind of car Jimmy Dean was killed
sore arm and a 8.83 earned run I,Oliver's glove as Cepeda scam 41. Ing out Clark were Richard Wood in!" I asked the man who was to drive me over the two

average he's 4.4 with two pored'I', across with the winning __..nmmm...._ ..nn )J #tw y ruff, 12 points; Archie Turner and a quarter mile racing course on the edge of the Mojave

complete Now games In his last three run.Four Innings earlier, Koufax HIGH, WIDE AND HANSEN-Fred Hansen soars high over the bar to break his own and Mike Erlckson Sharp, eight each; and Desert"Same make, different model." Bell replied. "This (one's

starts and a 3.79 ERA. His left ,had broken the mark he shared pole vault record of 17 feet, 1 inch In San Diego, Calif, The 23-year-old Rice student John six. about 100 miles an hour faster" \
arm Is healthy again, which is with Rube Waddell! and Bob cleared 17 feet, 2 inches in the pre-Olympic track meet. Other scorers for Weeks'group Gulp! >
more than can be Paid'" for the Feller, by reaching the lO.or. were Bill Splngler 14; But you'll be safer" he added reassuringly "Dean was
Yankees' Image. Baltimore more strikeout plateau for the Carios Alfonso and Glenn King killed in traffic
They came Into on 55th time In his career. City Softball League four each and Jim Fredrickson The driver fiddled with the shift, clomped his foot down
a flve.game win skein and left The Dodgers got their first and we took off toward the longest curve in the world. I

with their heads shaved Manag. run on Ron Fairly' third homer two.Marty Bowen,scoring frequently felt like a guy who can't swim headed for a big wave on a
er Yogi Berra, however, was un. of the year in the seventh. on rebounds, dropped In 30 surf board ,
ruffled. San Francisco tied It on Mays' ( Jolts Sfah/man/ points as his team defeated Tom This is an all-out turn," I\vas informed. "You don't haveto
"We're' one game behind (In walk and steal o< second and Tropics Bernard's squad, 5846. Al slow down."
the loss column) with 98 to Tom Mailer's pinch single in ; Hackney added 10 for the win The speedometer hit the 100 mark in the time it took the
play," he purred. the eighth.In blood pressure to climb to 220. At the end of the curve wasa
While the Orioles were mis. other National Leaglfc; Stone Romps Over PublixSTANDINGS ners,Gary Sharp and Flood eight steep hill\ with a two-car wide S curve in the mIddle. We
and Bill McClintock
treating New York for the third games, Pittsburgh whipped each two. headed across it in a straight line
straight time, the red.hot Los New York for the 11th time In Bernard and Carl Wltkop had "The trick here is to nip the dirt on the outside, inside and
Angeles Angels captured their 13 meetings, 8.1, and St. Louis on an error. Two walks load 3 with five scores In the last 14 points apiece, Dennis Fields outside, and be sure you do it in that order," the driver said.
ninth in a row, nipping Kansas rallied for three runs In the W L ed the bases, and two runs scored half of the inning. Two walks, and Mark Finger eight each, and We headed for another sweeping curve.

City 4.3, and climbed Into a eighth Inning to whip. Houston Stone 6 1 when Chuck Kelly's groundball two errors, and singles by Henry Ricky Wlnn two.Geiberger. "Sometimes we lose our bearings here. Bell admitted,
sixth-place tie with Idle Boston. 4-2. was thrown away. Anotherrun Caballero and Harry Bickford "so we take a sight on that farm house on the horizon."
3
4
Stahlman
Cleveland overpowered Minnesota came In on a groundout. were the ingredients.Relief The house was out of sight in a glimpse and I wondered
8.1 In the only other AL Tropics 3 4 *
6 Stahlman got hold of one of Bob hurler Roy Yeomans Leads what would happen if somebody moved it between race
game scheduled.By Tebbetts HopesTo Publlx 1
meets.
Brock's pitches and sent It Into kept Stone under control for the
HAL BOCK Club Tropics Drive Inn jolted the field for home Publlx On the down side of the hill was a sharp reverse S turn
Rejoin deep center a next two Innings. got afourthinning
At End Of FirstIn "Two three drivers been "
Associated Press Sports Writer second-half killed here, Bell said as he
championship hopesof back In the last three-
run to get a run run on a
Sandy Koufax set his record ANNA MARIA CITY, Fla. nipped the dirt on the inside outside"and inside.
(AP) .:- Birdie Tebbetts, Cleve Stahlman Property Main- of the fourth Jim Wolf singledIn base outfield error and a wild The rest of the ride was uneventful, unless you consider
land Indians manager who has tenance by beating Stahlman 5- a fifth-Inning run to narrow pitch. In the last of the fifth, Cleveland taking turns at 85 or 90 miles an hour noteworthy, but the

Spectacular Catch been recuperating from a heart 4, In men's Softball league play the gap to 43. Caballero singled to left and CLEVELAND (AP)-Austr races that followed were not. \t
attack at his home, left Thurs. last night. Kelly doubled in the sixth for came home when the ball went lIan.born Jim Ferrier, a world One driver ran off the track on the big curve that Bell
Was Fake, lie SaY day for Cleveland 4 with hopes ofreJoinin Stone Builders romped past Tropics and J.D. Askew walked. through the left fielder. That golf tourist for a quarter.cen. said you didn't have to slow down for He turned over and

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP- Publlx Market 144, and now Kelly was picked off third base made It 14-4 and the game tury, wishes he had had a crackat his roll bar plowed a 50 foot ditch in the sand. The driver
As a high fly hit by Dan Na. .Tebbetts will first undergo a enjoys two-gameadvantage before Rollle Rice tripled to sendIn was ended because of the 10- some of the present-day walked away Others flew off the track at different points,
poleon soared toward the fence complete physical examination.legion only five games to play In this Askew. Stahlman led off the run lead rule.Winning purses while In his prime. all without serious damage

Thursday night, evidently bound half. Stone rolled through first- sixth with another home run, a pitcher Art Schultheis, Now only a year away from Races such as these, sponsored by the California Sports
for home run territory, It was half play unbeaten,and the Bunders' slicing shot to right field. Joe allowed four hits, two of themto the half-century mark, genial Car Club Region of the Sports Car Club of America, draw as
suddenly snared from the air Ina loss this half was dealt Jim figures he could have madea many as three or four thousand carloads of people In spots
only Grimm reached third base In the Hannah. Caballero and Llles
spectacular catch-or so It ap lot of money with the more like Willow Springs 85 miles north of Los Angeles.. A good '
by Stahlman. Stahlman and Stone Stahlman seventh before had two hits apiece for Stone.
Inning
third of the ,
peared.But than 20 tournaments he has won spectators are pretty girls
later, outfielder John Mayof will meet only one more time Brook got the final out. since 1944. He picked up only "Girl watching is half the sport," grinned Bell who had
the Binghamton Triplets in before the schedule ends. Stone, like Tropics took liberal Ken $3,500 as first prize for winning misplaced his wife and two little girls in the crowd. ,

the Class A New York-PennsyU Softball action resumes on :advantage bases on balls the PGA Championship in 1947, Bell an electronics expert in a space laboratory, is a
rants League admitted he didn't Averages Tuesday when Stone battles Tropics and rolled up a big lead In the Lead In OpenAt but last year Jack Mcklaus re. typical driver He moonlights selling Lotus sports cars, to

catch 4the ball after all. He said at 7:30. Stahlman and Pub- first two innings. Losing pit- celved $13,000 for the same make the money to support his hobby, There are no cash
he went through the gestures, AB R H Avg. llx meet at 9(15. chef Ken Mulling served up eight Lehigh Acres chore. prizes, but Bell-an Air Force veteran-has a mantlepiecefull
but actually substituted the ball Pedro 18 2 8 .333 Tropics obtained only three walks, plus a single by David LEH1GH ACRES (AP- Joe Ferrier, who didn't help his of trophies and a garage full of racing car and parts, He
that was hit out of the park, Talker ,,22,3., 5 .227 hits off RusaStahlmanlsstnlht, Weeks and I grand-slim home Lopez .Sr..' of,'"'!'Miami,' an with one be had In his uniform Hamilton 18.2 4 .222 but benefited from 13 bases on run by Lester Llles that netted' Kennedy of Coral Gables took a Thursday with an' opening'76 In Last time I drove in Tucson, Marion called me BEFOREthe
pocket, / tied one-stroke lead Into today's sec. the $100,000 Cleveland Open- race to make sure I got there safely," he said. "She
Weeks 1 0 4 .222 balls. The score was at for Stone in the first
May apologized to Auburn V. eight rung ond round of the Florida Open only six of the field of 159 fin. didn bother to call to see if I survived the race"
C. Breeden 14 0 2 .143 1-1 after three Innings, but In Inning.
Manager Clyde McCullough and Golf Tournament Ished back of him sees a blf
explained he was sorry to Blng. M. Weeks 10 0 2 .200 the fourth,Tropics scratched out Publlx got three runs back In They fired three.under.par68s fiscal future for the golfing

hamton Manager Andy Fafko, F. Breeden 11 2 2 .182 three runs without a Id/of a hit. the second on two erro rs and Tlm Thursday as the 72.hole tourney greats. All-Star Game out," said Mira. "This game

who said as far as he was concerned Kline 19'2 1 ,053 New player Les Rushing started Hannah's two-run single, but began at the 6,615.yard Lehigh "practically every tourna. should help my conditioning. I
the incident "is closed." Barley 3 0 1 .333 the rally by getting on base Stone lengthened the lead n> 13- Acres Country Club course. ment Is worth $50,000 or more am going to drive out to San
Napoleon was credited with Woodruff 4 1 1 .250 these days," he said. "In 1953 May Give Mira Francisco in time to get there
the homer. Koch 4 1 1 .250 the total purses were $562,000and July 10 for a week of camp be.
last they were over $2 fore it is time to report for the
year
Sir 5 0 1 .200
million and they'll go on up. His Big ChanceBUFFALO All- tar game in Chicago, Aug.
Turner 9 1 0 .000
Nancy CreasonWins "In the first America tourna. 7.
Haynes 5 1 0 .000 ment I entered about 1940, the N.Y. (AP) "These all-star games are
Top Spot Stoner 4 0 0 .000 z l total purse was $3,500 and the George Mira hopes to sharpenup great, you want to do your best
Moss 2 0., 0 .000 winner got $850. The winner of in two alUstar games for his for yourself and for your school
At The MooringsNancy TOTALS 17315 31 .179 this Cleveland meet gets $20,. big chance with the Can Fran. A lot of people In Miami and
Cresson took toptionors 000" Cisco 49ers. The fabulous quarterback back home in Key West will be

In the blind bogey tourney sponsored J + Jim said golf had been goodto from the University of watching on television"
Wednesday by The Moor Olympic Tryouts r him, about $160,000 in the Miami has been dreaming of
playing pro ball since his sopho.
last 15 years but will be better
ings Women's Coif Association. Now Objective Of for the crop of youngsters now more year. Baseball
Vera Dreher was second. F, 34A
Track StarsNEW getting Into the act. "The 49ers have a good one
Cochrun third and E. DuBane. Top
; The tourist put on quite a In John Brodle," said Mira. "I
fourth. BRUNSWICK N.J. show Thursday In the opening hope to learn a lot from him. I
It was announced that play (AP)-America's top track and round here and old man par- hope I can get to play this Standings
ers will arrange their own games field stars, pointing for the long = he's 71-took a beating. Sixty. year. It's tough to sit on the
next Wednesday, July 1, and October journey to the Tokyo r three of the 159 starters broke bench. It's a big step and I'm National :
compete for low gross and low Olympics, will be trying to par, 22 others matched It, and anxious to get there and learn LeaguePhlladelhla
A 40 24 .025!
pun honors on the front line. qualify for the short trip to the = only one amateur soared as all I can." -
San Franrlsco4 27 .597 1
Olympic Trials in New York high as 80.
Mira will quarterback the Pittsburgh 36 29 .!.54 4V4
Al 26-year-old
when the two-day National Geiberger, the
birdied six of the East team against the West in Cincinnati 35 31 .530 C3t.
AAU Championships get under Californian,
way Saturday.The last 10 holes to take the lead the All-America game at War Louis 34 34 .r 00 8
Memorial Stadium Saturday Chicago 31 32 .492 8V4
first six American fin. with a 64 over the 6,821.yard
ishers in 17 of the 19 eventsall :r J. par.71 Highland Park municipal night, co-sponsored by the Los Angeles33 35 .485 9
: American Football Coaches As. Houston 33 '
36 .478 91h
and his sin.
but the 10,000-meter run and layout, edge was a
soctatlon and the Buffalo
eve. Milwaukee 31 36 .463 10'A
two-mil walk-will go to the gle stroke. On his heels with 65
New York trials next weekendto were Tony Lema, winner of two nine News The game will be New York 20 50 .286 23
Join six qualifiers from the of the last three tournaments, carried on network (ABC) tele Thursday's Results
R a
A CS recent NCAA meet and the In. and long-hitting George Bayer. vision. Pittsburgh 8, New York 1
N 0A/Y [ ter-servlce champions.The Defending champion Arnold "Coach Jack Christiansenwas St, Louis 4, Houston 2
top two Americans will Palmer was In an eight-way tie down to Miami In Januaryand San Francisco 2, Los Angeles
CE be on the U.S. ,team for the LONG STYLE Dana, Long ,it among the top U,8, li: for eighth with 67, and Jack spent some time with me," 1, II Innings
$ dual meet with Russia next prospects for s gold medal l 'n'th. shot put at the Tokyo Mcklaus was in a 10-waj dead said Mira. "We went over films Only games scheduled
CAIINOLY COUarlouS I I month In Los* Angeles. Olympic' Hr has, a i< rut 7'' ; inch heave to hn" cred,t. 4c. < lock for 16th with 68. Other hot. and a couple of plays. I think Today's Games
&
RESTAURANT ..,,, shots were scattered all over the big problem Is learning the Cincinnati: Pittsburgh, N
,... ,." headed Into Houston at Chicago
board and
F FIRST .\G.\I\ -D'rol Burle- the as they different defenses knowing
R cuss sIAvics son of Oregon crosses the today's send round of the 72. when to change plays at the N Los Angeles at San Francisco,

1 MI 24133 (J \ finish line in first place in hole four-day test. ,line of scrimmage." New< York at
Milwaukee N
Indic atlons were that sub-par ,
Tz 7i tf FRIENDS another mile run as he pre- totals would be necessary to Mira has some apt targets on Phlla.lelphla; at S;. Louis, N
fjj tuUIJOIN YOUR pares to seek a spot on the stay In the fight as the field Is the East squad, coached by SatuVday's Games ,
Lr S. Olympic team Elliott of Illinois Bob
Where Everybody ? (tnlheVILLA cut to 90 at the halfway mark, Pete Los Angeles at San Francisco
Lacey of North Carolina and Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Comes To i ,J BONITA ROOMSPECIALS [Im Kelly of Notre Dame will Houston at Chicago
4' "e at the ends and Paul Martha
?
I >f Pitt at the flanker spot, plus Amerlran League
p riHBl r- (((STOCK CAR RACES)) .r. title Sherm Lewis of Michigan Baltimore 42 25 .627 _

EAT and COMPLETEDINNERS .'% >tate at left half New< York 38 26 .594 2V4
"I've been throwing the ball Chicago 36 26 .581 3U
Week DAILY or about a month and working Minnesota 25 33 .SIS 7U
( Of The ; Every Saturday Nit Cleveland 32 32 .500 8'A'
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ENJOYTHEMSELVESI t Appetizers Entree Los Angeles33 37 .471 lOU
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Beverage Dessert : ,471 10U
SATURDAY DUCK V Detroit 30 34 .469 10V4
torcrrM Washington 29 42 .408 15
ANGLER'S BUFFET r $1.95COCKTAILSJAILYI NAPLES SPEEDWAY LJ Kansas Clty28 42 .382 16>A
Thursday's Results
Includes Bottomless P Admission $1.50 Cleveland 8, Minnesota I

Students $1.00 Baltimore 3, New York 1
Salad Bowl -
BEST FOOD Los Angeles 4, Kansas City 3
X"1" Children under 12 free snag Only games scheduledToday's
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FRIENDLIEST $1.95 Teen Games
BEEF Chicago at Minnesota, 2 twl.
Ftleaas night
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PLACE in TOWNTrail Complete Dinner \ 'A + Kansas City at Los Angeles,
DERBY Teel
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Sun. Nib July 5 Baltimore at Washington, N
Foods Served in an Steaks & Chops to Order Detroit at New. York, N
last Car (
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6th Ave. N. $1.95 track wins $50 Saturday's Games
YOU HOSTS CHARLES and BCTTV QNAU
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(AP)-.George Thus did the White House r.1II *""' rJnL I '''''''''Tm.SsT'.o.1 > ".. '"yrjw: ..1 tMtj&SU&SAffay _. ,. ... .

Reedy the slow.talklng, pipe spokesman concede that he had

smoking White House press been overstating case earl U

secretary, faced waiting news ler when he had spoken of &e jo9
'
4\_ men and announced gravely "complete cooperation at all

that one item of Information he levels"

had furnished earlier was "In. At this point, one reporter

ac/ertently: curate." asked If Reedy had been correct .

Of this only a In
course, was reporting that eight Ma.

_ ____ slip of the tongue-tie quickly rlne helicopters were being used 2-2/07

said he meant to sa\ "inadver In the search.

tently, Inaccurate"-early last "I believe," said the press

night following a stream of mis. secretary, "these will turn out

Information from the White to be Navy helicopters."

House There was no further White \-AnnounomenrsPI 23-Miu. For Sale 49-Houset For Rent

Seldom, if ever, in recent House explanation of the whole

memory has the White House incident, ..\ZA BEALTY SALON Round 4 Square garden suns. Houte S orron 5 1 5dm,.. 2
All utet 4 colon, Can be bath unfumlihad Yearly
put out so much Inaccurate In. -- --- ---- .lent E Ttmiami Trail bought taparate or patio dangned leata Available Auguit II Call.
formation as it did In announcing Midway. Mt/t and mttallod Phone far MI 2 4022 111/.11
I,.. ..".mate. STONE CRAFT
the deployment of federal Dynamite Truck Due to Death in It. Family, INDUSTRIES office MlII J7H
military forces In the search for Vie t Shoe Repair" will b. cltood Or R.t MI 24lii' 5,?, lOt -Wanted To Rent

three young civil rights workers Blast Kills 6 June pick up i;repaired till July work I Hourt ore potted ta. RUBBER RT.MrS1I 2.2107 .1151110 .iD"OO' V"

NEA Telephoto who vanished Sunday in Missis in shop window FURNISHED HOUSE CLOSE
-- IN YEAR ROUND BEGIN
..Ippl.At .
I COSTLY SI'ECTACILAR An explosion aboard a barge firing the annual Macy's fire his midday briefing for reporters > In ASCOAPPLIANCE SERVICE 26-Personal NINa BOX 404 SEPT CORAL ItT OABLES WRITE 14FLA

works display on the Hudson River lights up the sky The crowd gasped at the pyro- Thursday, Reedy an. Pennsylvania ALe0I10LIC' ANONYMOUS /ltf

technical spectacle unaware that this brightest flash was unplanned. H cost two men nounced that President Johnson MARSH ALLS Pa.AP.A COMPANY Men or women ..'" drinking'
A Coast four others. ordered 200 Marines basedat CREEK Are ploesed t. announce problem Ask for help by calling
their lives. Guard cutter rescued had ( truck earning 13 tons our opening Ml I 4)51 11"0", cO..lly. 53-LUtingt Wanted
Meridian, Miss., not far from of M,. 4 Mrt. W. L. PoytrOwneri .co".o Mn.l.'s ..' Cr11
explosives ammonium nitrate -
and literally search site to the hunt. 1..1..1 Church Anne. On SuN STOPI
climbed up over It the join and dynamite caught toe Pino '1. MI '.36,. it al Mh A v.ov.,e lust andP
_- with And he said they would be I/M M : have suitable ttnanti for your
smothered the cars logs.It fire and exploded just before n.5SimISiOPM33Servkes home and other denrabl rent
O-r If matchrlcks augmented by eight Marine hell dawn alt Lilt them with utll4
tj'cl/J WJlifcNATURE looked as great today, killing six and in. 3-Boats-Motort Acces. Offered 5th Ave. t MI 24Mt

had been strewn upon the train copters. Juring 10 VIVIAN OCCi, REALTOR
had
from the sky. After It was over Asked whether the move The blast dug a crater 10 feet IfSI Chrlt.Craft 21 *'' Conttal ASSOCIATE

the Banana engineer crept out In been taken at the request of deep and 40 wide a few miles lit.on. twin 130 I. Ship to thorodupth Children portrait Dan Burelund Zelpha Hayre
GAL I Gov. Paul Johnson of Misslsslp. finder tally equipped
a daze unharmed save for his south of this Pocono Mountain with life, lackatt. etc. Ph Mla pictures at
indicated there had your f4-Trade
pi, Reedy resort town.It 4UJ or 1 2ir,. Price $07000 or Sell
lower lip which hung from a shred been no request, but added Can ... teen .. Brunk smith
tore apart a reptile farm home. George . .
In he It Chrit Craft "".11 W trj 1 | I. Lake Harkhp
By Ann UButill Bo".. of skin. annoyance, cut "This Is a cooperative effort. and freed hundreds of snakes-
off with his Jack-knife I There has been complete coop. some of them poisonous Police Butinett Oppt. Couper, MI 2-3622 Call Mi I' .:11 t/ttf

There was no road into Neha eratlon at all levels." stalked them with their service 5l,3iTil.

Minutes after newsmen had and T.,,,,., Sinor.ns. 57-Houset For Sale
track workers
TI1e-Adirondack Division of wood fires and woolies providedthe sene, so cars dispatched this word and even revolvers and believed they TEXACO, INC, "'',''on,". by STONECRAFT IN
doctors and equipment had to be killed most of them. OUSTRIES Machine acrub J b.doom now..Ioml,
waittripping
railroad Is .
Central's sim-
New York warmth food was For Itate now under conttrwction
only ; dls. luenue
their
as Neac
they were finishing Killed volunteer reieal I and polith, re.Idnt.l Sown bouch i and
It winds wcrk rushed up from Utica by rail. were three ultramodern tlalion atMoormgt and C."ohc chard What lmvo
a lonesome line. throughthe ple. In those days most patches, Reedy personally con. '' Canter Nt commercial Office youin
The collision took to clear. firemen, a truck driver who 'oppn. Ml liin. Ret Ml un. town or out? Write Collier
wildest country east of our was done by hand. There were days tacted them at their telephonesand : plat Paid. training program andImancial I.10I County N.... Sos .717 A...4Three .
had
stopped athe scene, a ...,al."" .'1.kIe.
Another time at Brandreth. 5/21.lOt
Mississippi. At night.the waverIng thick rock outcrops to blast,deep said he was misinformed woman riding In a station wagon For information on thit valuable I do (.n.,.I hnute repairt I
of slices between a brakeman was testing the that the Marines were coming tranthita contact Don Aaernathy Cabinet work painting ..ndmuony. bdrm I bath, lit Ave
light an engine ravines to span tricky curvesto hoses between when he fell and a vacationing school teach ,..,c.. Inc P 0 All work guaranteed N,. Good termi. MI 2 3414evenlngi .
blackhllls and probes down lay out around mountains and cars from outside Mississippi and er who left the nearby hotel of 10. Ilk. Fl Mvart. Phone (0 Call .MI 1744S for Sues SItmale. */ij M

narrow gorges of rock. The numerous swamps to fill and Ills lantern rolled out on the only the Marine helicopterswere his father when the fire broke IIn SI i iTRmffiiil'DOll."n.

whistle echoes hauntlngly over ross. Yet, human sweat and side, bUnking. The engineer Mlsslsslppl.based. out.The I4IMJEXACOJNC.. 38-Autot For Sale ciout, J.BR for tale 2 bath o nice waterfront 4 sea

still lakes and quiet hamlets.To stubborness won and within 18 thought It was the signal to go Gov. Johnson was saying In driver of the truck Al. home al 1590 J.wel Boo Ave
Jackson that he in Oytter Bay large an 110
hear that desolate wall at nonths of Its Inception July forward. The brakeman found was surprisedby bert Kuda, of Port Carbon, Pa., (" *on.,. in operation m \961 1lundeb.,dt4ar4iop R IN lot with .......11. E lra waft.
the movement of Marines- working for American Nupl.u Pad Training Pr.rewand Ptw.r endowS. Seam Pox front loll 'OliO I ha.lrotIran
midnight Is to feel In one's bones 1892)), the first train rolled outf himself clinging to an air hose that several days ago he had of. mid Co. Cyana. finanoUnc! .*..1.! tory ar COn"'I.n.n., Low nul.us. hou.. 71'acrott.MO B T U. Reverie .
that this Is the"Track Tears." ) Merklmer bound for Fulton scant Inches from those huge fered the Pottsvll e, Pa., told .bit" For informo'tort contact 10041 hInt eOn. S PM rycle l A C
use of National state police he had OilS II
a Hat tire Don AIt"n.lh, T.co Inc Thit it truly a bargain being
And many a tragedy has tarnished Chain: (now Thendara). Four wheels screaming. His leg was Guardsmen familiar with the which caught fire on Route 200 .. O. lao uSC. Cs M,,,.. lila Ford Station Wagon'S ,offered at fell than the tai

those tracks. A man lies months later, engines steamed cut off, but his cries stoppedthe area for the search. tome three miles from here and Ph... 10 74171. 51715 Cyl heater Std I door. ,ondcondion or Shown bank by valuation appointment at III. .too

dead for every mile of roadway Into Saranac. train before he perished. Shortly after 5 p.m., Reedy he went to call for help. |Hi Mutt Mtl_ IB21 be _told f/7Ut thitwtek DICK HILL

says local legend. Men The Adirondack railroad was From 11 p.m. until 2:30 ajn. met reporters for a second time Three fire trucks from the 12-Help Wanted M; Ponl R4H: A/C $ie" Office Rug Real at the utah Milhouie Broker C*.

started dying for the railroadIn busy hauling all sorts of car- he waited for a doctor In that and announced that one item he volunteer Marshalls Creek fire be teen al Jack a City Sir, .; MI ""
H.lp w.n''' Man 0' wm.on II Silt It, No Phone Ml I 757 a/M.i.
the early 1890's when work goes from logs to milk to mail. lonely station. He died In Utica had conveyed at his noon.hour station responded to the ;all to larva .public. |7.too to 11UI NORTH NAPLES
.
began. Papers were advents- Bad luck rode the tracks too. that morning. briefing had been "Inadvertent.ly ane arrived just as the truck lit 000. No pottibla age limit Intoreitingwork t dayt a t bedroom. I kith. Florida.

the Train Track has Inaccurate." exploded, fire official said. week yeerly bant:, Honott hardworking 40-Autot Repair Part. ,room large living room Completely
1952
ing for laborers on the Mohawk In Banana was The of Tears more He said the Federal Bureau and car It what you furmihtd 100 11}'

& Malone (former name) and of- southbound from Montreal,(luck stories to tell and more to of Investigation had been In. All three trucks were de. need for thu petition. Pleaie lot All thit for only II100
stroyed In the blast and three do not apply if you do not want VIVIAN OGQ. REALTOR
ferlnggoodpayonajob"nearNew ily without Its bananas.) 80 hide... formed that Marine personnel firemen killed. to work Contact Robert f LOOK HEREI 174 Silt Ave. So Ml 2 4741Attociattt
York City." Southern Ne- carloads had been discharged In from Meridian where there la Kuda was not In. Balliette, ..l., mentger. No :
Jured plot Memorial Qardent. Van .Burglund Zelpha" Hayro
groes flocked up only to discover Canada for further shipment --- no Marine base-would be used Firemen at the darbllt 0,. III Ave No between Wondering; where to 10 .//.In.i

that bare feet and backs thin throughout the provinces. It was In the search. He said the Ma. with local and state scene,police along, t/21"JO SI13Help and 12'00. MI 2 22)2. With your rtr probltmi ? PNIVAtS' SALt

shirts and patched pants were due to pass a big log train atehasene. LBJ Fails rifles "turned out to be aallora." tracked down and killed rattle. Factory Fmith, Paml. Jobl Owner NO BROKERS
mutt tell tnree bdronuyna
Impossible In 'the Adirondacks. The engineer's or- He volunteered the Informa. snakes, copperheads and co. Want. FomaleWaitrett Wrecks RebuiltTuneupt bath home in THE MOORINGS

Rocks insects des were to wait while the log Hon that FBI Director J. Edgar bras freed by the blast, Central Heal and air
frostbite: / ,snags, wanted tor snack bar Front ..d .I.n".nt, conditioning carpiting throughout
severe'Vedther wok 'their l oU.''Midolaa Ve'rfi"shunted( oh I 'fid- hoover bad called Co*. 'John. Windows were blown out In and lounge Mull be II yrt Ml I Motor Overhaul' '."'00 ;. eicepl 2 betroomt C...

Pneumonia and loneSomeness big then proceed back to New In Cyprus son since the original announce homes as far away at Strouds. 2 uu t/lttf Tranimittion rtbuilt, "lot" kICtl.: including ....po..'
accidents .
ment, which had been allowedto burg 10 miles Experienced "'..1'..... et BeBeronl and dnhwathar Nice tcreened
killed workers by the York City. He waited. Suddenly stand unchallenged for five away ono'. Cost.",."I. a.. 14.1." LubricationBraktt porch paved. drivawiy todded.
Homes In the Immediate vi. t/4tf lawn r'hono Ml 74104 alterS
score. The story goes that cal- the log train appeared do- hours "to straighten out this P M tt If
,clnlty were shattered doors ..,..", for loc.l employment Push 4 w..
loused foremen didn't have time Ing 52 mph.In Parleys matter." I blown off and windows knocked with the Stile. Mutt bo Don look my further F oiAcr:
for funerals. They shoved dead horror the engineer watched A newsman, mindful of able to type and ....,.,. die. See Lovely' cottage completely fur.
I tephone. thorthind d sir.. .SW nithtd for only 11000 Located
out.The
bodies Into the roadbed and covered Its brakeman nine' himself Reedy' statement that one bit scene of the blast Is In but not_required Write P O. Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. on t h'gh lot nicely I.lid...pod
off to be dashed WASHINGTON (AP)-Balked of information had been Inac. the 00. '41. f. M'tri 0' Call
them with the rock and only againstthe northeastern Pennsylvaniaresort .
for II* SIN St
tr..f.70JI InterviewColored N Ml 1'1101 I bedreomt and I balhi. nice
In efforts to set direct talks .
steel tracks which had been the rocks. The fireman dashedout I up curate, asked whether Gov. area Nail". Fla. kitchen large Inns, roomiwimmmg .
of their on the catwalk where he was between Greece and Turkey, Johnson had been aware In ad. girl to baby tit and pool end pell
cause deaths.
[ the Johnson administration to. do cleaning days a week .."on.d I.. PaaIlaI,' 1'0''
Those who lived must have been completely mangled by tumbling day turned to the United Nations vance that military people were CALL THE NEWS FOR Phone Ml 2 : before t er 44-Mobile Homes od 101. ".., tIme ....cll for .nly
being dispatched to the search RUBBER STAMPS after t 1/73,15 lt 500. Let ut ihow thit to you
hardy specimens able to thriveon timber. The on-coming engines for an easing of the ex..
site. SECRETARY wand for thort Clote I.,.,., Train with ca today
life Intheopen. Crude shacks crashed into the Banana Train plosive Cyprus crisis. "There hand typing: and bookkeeping bane and carport 11000 or
was an Inadvertence, PUBLIC NOTICI Permenent; potilion. O. H. Lull betl olfer Ml 24IH er I >W I badroomt. 2* balht/ large liv-
-- ; After four days of apparently said Reedy. "There was a slip Ragltlered' Real Etlato Broker. 29' Tal.r. .ondl.o".d JI95 In. room. nice kitchen with
unsuccessful 421 ItS Ik No Ml S mo.14H.lp built lane
I personal diploma n appliance
up somewhere. 110 Down Rb Crh Tr..WrPrb.
LEGAL NOTICE
VS. It .... ,
.nod porch ov rlookme; the
cy, President Johnson dispatched NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING' N.., l AIrport. 5/21.11 lass: nu, .IIoppn, .nit' end
i Undersecretary of State Notice le hereby given thatPublio e beach. nice lendtcnoed lot all
I Heerlng will be held by the Wanted MaU 45 Trailers For Rent III,. for .
: George W, Ball, his CyprusI Television City Council. on Wodnotdoy' July t. only lit SM
Iwo, ot 00 A M. ot the City Noll
I trouble shooter to New York to
7JI Ith Street South Ntplet. Track d;'..' wanI.d lor rouis ,rat.,N 5 1 a ",..k. wilt TV T oo..an V of tht above cell
: report to U.N. officials on the NiW YORK AP Adver. Florida. for the ....'pot. of hairingobiectiont .0,5. ,U dlvr, ,. .nd ", .1.,. 110 weak Ip.... It a week VIVIAN' 000 REALTOR 174tth
( ) ..... condIon. .0th Con'.cI My.ash. Ave. to Phoni Ml 14741AttOCIKKt .
rtcommendetiont Rock Creek Trailer Park
j i results of his talks with Turkish
Using agencies L P. 0... MI S UJtt
are turning out to the propoted reviled Zoning 0, 4/71H
r' '

i:; :V 1,: and Prime Greek Minister Prime Ismet Minister Inonu of television about 40,000 commercials a year at most a rate of "Id.,n.ne.. of ARCHIE tht City TURNER.of Napiet.Mayor Cli". Srlosriwn.. iv, A"oolld.l.onnl I.. m.oll.n'4 R.Al.. 48-ApU. For RentEl5..ncouOay 1 MOONINOS Dan b'droom, nom 2M bath Springline telpha, :twimmmgpool I Hay Or!.|

; George Papandreou. which reach the air And If ATTCT I..., t yrt enperience 4 commercial tcreened patu Eacellenl
i Fearful of open warfare be. Eitlo LoIIm.n.C' 4 ,...d.n'ltl, milalla Walk or mortgage commitment Your"
some superwoman housewifelast ton Encellenl Ml .
Clerk talary Month IIRII MOTEL Ml .
tmallar Souls or
in vapayment
equity
EA,1iiAI tween the two North Allan. year had dedicated herself Juno 14. 2*. iNS illS C sin. 12302 or Ml SillS .,n' I.nd Consdrd. a5 does

i tic Treaty Organization allies, to watching her set 18 hours a Owner t ian turmthed affi on the tine retidenceFOR .
IN THE 16-Hlp Available CII.I.. C.a StalIn'. Tb. HOt
Johnson tried to convince Inonu CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Air cond. ttonocratt
I day, seven days a week, she TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of cioncy Apia Ml HIM or Ml i.2)" day 110 4th ..".. 3 MI 11'1' $
and Papandreou they should would have been exposed to II TN, STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND White or colored general kilchen IIlI.I
I open direct diplomatic negotla sales pitches a day FOR COLLIER CHANCERY COUNTYIN help Apply between 10 30amllOpm Sabal Shorts Apt -"-- SALE -

tlona on a Cyprus settlement. 41pm lot YEAR ROUND LIVINOMod" Aatnu.nus ma, 55. beach and
These statistics were gath.ered Cue No 2007 _pm C .wpI.11lr, C.to.",. ... .
one bedroom and et .
FRANCE E BOITICKTico hopping center I es.ln e of
| Johnson told both men their by an advertising execu. Florida. Penny Morgan liciency Aptt lu,..,."'" TV 4 ant ) completdy lu'.........
| countries would have to make tlve, Cordon Webber for a et al cable. in Monthly or year and the other pertly' furniahedPriced
Plaintiff round MII44SJ Kelly It, and to tell. goof termt Call
concession, but argued this lai \o\ir\ Private Secretory hue
I speech and reprinted In the cur. LUCY ANN IALASJOC Veca Ave 5/) IS VIVIAN 000. RCALTOR for

i in the Interest of preventing a rent Issue of the trade map. ALA cluHril, her i.((Ire fur the 2 SIDROOM UNFURNIlMED' appointment' to thaw 114 5th
war between NATO allies and tine Broadcasting. ot al.Defendentl. APT GREEN ACREI MIa Ave. to Phono MI 2 4M>

blocking a new Communist Webber, however went on to NOTICE OF SUIT unmicr Mill re-opm 2IM IIIU'!
thrust Into the area. The Soviet THE: STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 58-lots For Sale
SEPTEMHFR
note that, in normal usage of LUCY ANN SALAS addrett FIRST H.u..n 4 .pll .1 uou.urr.l
whote ,, loll I $
Union reportedly promised television, "there are disturb it unknown to Plaintiff t/il. 35Would 3431 11.11

heavy arms aid to the Greek ing signs to the effect that while JOE talat SALA. *1.oI..dd hutband,of..Lucy AM. I IS, to do Ivping ., Furn |I 70 .-..,...|.IO tplt- |inn Efficienciet loon PORT 0,.ROYAL". For Ilia Lai22, ., .Trade Oal
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I" Cypriot government. the housewife Is looking at some to I'1.'nMI. home J.n O) ffth. MI 24tli Tv. Air c..... >4I 4th W Read,.". O Par J Merbart. 2UI Coil.
1.51YOUR en Conn
laW FLOYD WALKER Pott Office / Ave to MI I4tll l/nf
the President commercials
Papandreou ( ), there are an
Bo* 211 APO Ml Seattle. Wail OOItOON 0"1'11&
: Wednesday and again Thursdayand awful lot of them she Isn't look. niton Cn.k.d I b.drouw. .5,0.5..parlsonS h,.. lOG a IU' lot. ".100
Huge living room
turned down his appeal. log at, or having looked at, SCTYWALKCPS. wIe 01 'Ioyd en and" bam Ml } Utl >/MHTradtwind
W.lb. c/o Floyd Wilt.,. Foil tlt OT TNIMUTWll .. UNUSUAL Urge (T a 23$' lot
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can't remember" Olfc, 5,. 213. APO 7U. $1.1. I UG'OO' ', ,pedorc.nc a m Coqumo bendtW .
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Opt N. .",Id" MtS
tie. Weihmgtonif eots or
He reported the results of a iNs above named penont ,..e.. 1117 II MI 2 "It /111 5 IW let In "..... L....
t recent survey made of one pop. lively be alive and if any of the Apartminlt Aral. IS.*0*. soot termi

New Building ular hour.long program which above named unknown pertont he are,rt.dead dav,the teat,rrnpectivo Lovely, Apt I bedrm Cure 124 VIVIAN tth' Ave 000.. ... REALTOR Mil 4741Atiocialet
carried beach 4
eight Commercials Its I. ai.e.. grarteot crtdilort or allePm y.a thopping Yearly ,
t sampling of viewers could not partiet or ptrtont claimingIntorettt I I month/! )04I 4/7111 0... lu"lun" Z.lpll. Hayne
v : Runs Below LastYear's remember of fey through under cv.Wmii TENANT: WANTED 4/1-. ...........
any the commer. them retpeclively: and all I One .Sirs furnithed opt Ird
clals; 19 per cent, only one and ,....... er part'.. having or claiming .*... South Call Tommy Nohoecond .
to have any ,ght title or in I Itarttt I MI 2n, or '.)IJ'
Record 17 percent, two. I in and to the following 4itcr $I/I/.W" 59-Acreage
) A What was most disturbing to btd ,."... lying and being in I i I
cell,., County ."d.. town 11 susan 4 ..,11 at '''''''''0' DitTRISSII Owner needtmoney
NEW YORK i IP)-New con. advertisers was the large number The wett tn feet of the seAt I IJIO I ..,.. loll I tIll S/i" 11I ) II amos IIS total

traction If falling below Its of viewers who were not feet of the northwiti ....... I #0'( ... .I....... e'rmenrly price Collier County Real Et
tf the touthweit quarter of the I Inorthwett I I, N NIP'' I.'ob"" I .duitso late MI t Hit Open Sundays
year.ago pace. The slip from able to remember a single tale .....,, Sect,.,, II.. ( Mo MI I"" 3 10 I .IlO Sf
the like period In 1963 could be message on the ahow. Tewnihip SO south, Mange It tail: i iEXCEPTING 'I I U, PSI 711)3 0liltic
1 tha wett 21H fett OELUXE: ACREAGE:
Television like / : 2 bidroom furnithtd apt
the first signal of a leveling off columnists thereof prtvioutly convoyed to i I 1I.II.n., .livme. room. oils m Appro.vnetty "i icret. near
In the long boom In this essen. other tillers of the vineyard Colder, County. Florida I '...,. N. children or pell MIa City of Goldi One |40 M

,;.. A ..... '__ '''H till segment of the economy. take vacations, and this one Is FKANCES Each of you E it IOSTICK hertbv .":t'I'd: ::: / trccm VAlUE in I JW "".It $Pt, .21 acre.2S-2I MI UtO.

construction about to start one, J'1be\ bark fiiid their. tworn Amended Complaint 1 boO'''''' co"'p.I", lun. .., -
Or, fa) expertsIt I in the Circuit Court. Twelfth I IJud ADVERTISING/ / IS AN AD I TV ctbl.. a.r co..d.o..d 4btnvki ACRCAGIIt
NEA Telephoto) could be only a minor bobble. in a month, writing from loll) .tial' Circuit IA and for Collier Ivonn blt.II I blOC Iron, acret-Clot. In en
wood and look at the I I VhAvet MI 2 '0'* 5/asIc Kelly "<>. |4>,Nt
taking a I County FIord aiamtt each of
note that despite the slippage IN THIS NEWSPAPER _
E. Bayh 'D-lnd.> wheeled They Defendant 40 acroS-Noar BIS C" ,...
Birch at to
ATOR-Sen. Dickinson Hospital. in May, the total of con. programs being whipped up for ,an yea,at their title to the toekmg above' de \ I I bodros,. .p' rent by w..bO' Golf Courto PI MM
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of the intensive care unit of Cooler truction project. started so far the new season :<,bed reel eitote KING SIlf RESULTS ", .nl" M' U"). IIZ' ItI 41 .tr.e-N..r proeotodLaudardale
well along the way to recovery.' Sen. Each of you I Is further notified 11.1vs. I I I --- toll Fid $14 lot
Mass.. 1963 _. I -SUNSET
crash uith this )ur still la leading --- --- .'. required to Me your w.t. EVERY TIME ocret
M Kennedy Injured in the tame plane figures. lit A...... .n the Off'(o of the I I 49-Houtes For Rent STATES II.tMtY
cared for in Cooley Dickinson. McGraw.Hlll, Inc., show tnat in Curb' of the Circuit Court in end for APPOINTMENT PLEASEAitoclotee
is also being The building boom has been May contract for future con. CeHier.County Florida" one of the chief factors in the''structIon came to $4.6 billion Meute ,s toil II..'... Florida. on orbt'ore 5,5.. koach SIn .5 mon'hly.Un' sue H..,.. South .IId t.4.dolSonust
I July IM4 and to ..... "' Doq I MI' 475231S OIl ....pt.,.
40-momh advance of the gen., by no means a trivial addition 0 c.,C .1 Se'S, Awwiv upo" 1'1.."
al t.Mi er upon William H Gracel, etoet: NUI ORFLOPIDAS Two bdrm houte FOR SALE ,
of 2S economy.April to economic growth. And they Pl.sIffs' Attornev heroin whoteaearett TOtAI\TS WILL OR RENT One block from Lucille Ottt Virgl, M,,,",,.
Opportunity for right man between ages had Men a dip from the brought the total for the first it .4, Fifth Avenue SouthNiplet flETlF"I FOR NjTIoI( tchool. 1112 Franc. Ave 1100dr. lob JaegerDEWEY
VISITI 140 M per mo MI 2 Mti;
for construction Florida. on or before sad ,
March flgurea five months of the year to $19.6 t JtfHe
60. for an assistant manager at dtiei. 1 otherwise sad Amended. Complaint POLLY
to Opening
contracts awarded. But these billion a pleasant 9 per cent will be taken at confuted .10. two bdrm. I both come .
IMPERIAL STATION 2600 North Trail. Most forerunners of building activity above the like period In 1963. b" you end a Decree Pro Cent.... ''"iji furnithed Call 1114ATMAt REALTY
..
above the will be entered ... .' you.
to come atlll held The only sour note was that WITNeSS mhund et Clerk of a*d TIVE "Furn- bdrm. Corner of tat Avt Uo. &
be sober and bondable. Group n uran<., yearly April 1963 figure the May figures, in all cat. Circuit Court of Cot.. County ,I.,. GREET 2 bath homo with) FlorIda. Ttmiami Trail
4 cent .... one) the teal of the taid Court Room C.,. In Adults MI 5435162Business
sharing Then May dipped per (orie. dipped below the year ,. -
profit plan at Coat Napiet Collar Countv I.
Reetoneblo
only to
vacations employee below the year ago total. This ago awards. Nonresidential Ida. on the 4 ..." of J..ne. A O >.MMAROARET Ml: I Hit .II'l:24tI

and chance for advancement. Contact KARL was the nut year.tr>yer decline building was off by 6 per rent; Cl.rk of the Circuit T SCOTT Court a...,_ furnithoe) HouieNeoMflobl PropertyAT

in new construction report evidential awards by I percent Collier rM.-: ''. Florida. t* right ,.rt'il'Ml TOLL HOAO ENTRANCE:
KRESS ed wince early in 1963. (CIRCUIT COURT HEAL 2571) II .
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manager. ; and nonbuildlng construe t acr .cta. Fronting on
The awards collected by F. By SEX MAGILI.Dose. S Son,- ho.o. "' ,.......... Tv proton paved highway By
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lion, such as highways, by I per I. __I sse ...... lalIe snusdabli. Adults onl,. owner, Termt Ml 14212)
Co. a division tf Jun. U. 15. 21. IWO arm .mms
W. Dodge rent. CINIII1U MI 2 .711. 111..1' 0JJ.ltI \

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I NEWS Friday, Jun. 1964 rags moat u is reaay to risk war vatt, is to apply Its massive fi:
1 CoLt Uf'R COUNTY 26 Southeast power. China's obsolescent
d Red China War Machine with China to keep air
r- k Asia from falling under Com. force would be virtually help
munlst domination. less to halt such an assault, (
Secretary of Defense RobertS. U China infiltrated the jungles!
?! Lacks Modern EauiDment McNamara has said it will be of Laos and Viet Nam in a guerrllla "
Congressman Rogers'Annual 1 "many, many years" before offensive on a big scale, it
Red China Is flrst.class power. would be hard to halt such a
WASHINGTON (AP) The dispute with the Soviet Union led This evaluation, based on sol- surge on the ground.But .
QuestionnaireCongressman United States Is drawing the Moscow to shut off supplies an did Intelligence information, Is a U.S. aircraft could be ex.
line in Southeast Asia at a time technical help to China. main underpinning for the new pected to hit hard at the sourcesof
when Red China's abllttj to One effect of this has been to 1 U.S. "hard line" toward China. supply and reinforcement in
tr zy fight a major modern war Is In set back the day when China There Is an awareness that China, at highways and rail
Paul G. Rogers herewith submits a tallspln. can explode her first atom China could feel forced to call roads, If necessary at industrial
China's worn-out air force Is bomb. this country's hand. centers and bases deeper In the
for residents of the Sixth
his annual questionnaire starved for spare parts and new The Soviet-Chinese split seem She could, as she did In country.
District of Florida, seeking their views on mattersof planes to replace r jet fleet that ingly has deepened and the pros,. Korea, send hordes of men roll. Even withholding Us great nu.
importance to Congress. Is largely of Korean War pect that the Soviet Union will lug into Southeast Asia. clear power, this country's air
vintage. resume arming China is con. The latest Intelligence reports force and Its potent naval air
Last year over 52,000 people responded by Their army, huge In manpow.er stdered remote. show no evidence of any Chinese arm could drive home devastat.Ing .
sending their replies to Congressman Rogers. Is strapped for up-to-date U.S. officials regard as sig. massing of forces In South blows.
tanks and short on artillery. nlftrant Moscow's recent warn. China, sources said. U.S. intelligence has pinpoint.
Questions Yes NoL A REAL nO.IT.\'Ol'RSELFER.-Norman Dickinson of Essex. There are serious scarcities of Ing to Red China that she 1 But the United States has nc ed a series of military bases anda
I Should Congress pass legislation fora I Conn.. happened to have two bicycles, a bunch of sprocketsand fuel to run the planes, tanks are should no longer count on Soviet intention of getting into aground vast network of roads and
chains and a gasoline engine in his basement So he vehicles that China does have.
Constitutional Amendment to barking in a crisis. war with China unless railways radiating from South
pro. ; "
tinkered little and "bikemobile. This vehicle Red China's mllitan deterl-
a presto one Some high officials believe there Is no other way out. China's Yunnan Province tow.
tect traditional prayer and Bible carries two persons can travel up to 30 m,p h. and is a lot oration set in about four years this Soviet action was a direct What this country would do, ard North Viet Nam and
reading in schools? _. N more comfortable than a bic>'cle. ago when the growing ideological result of repeated U.S. warn' officials have indicated in prl. Burma.

2. Do you favor civil rights legisla-
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3. non Do ?you support my plan to give anchor your boat at Boat Haven it's National

j Congress closer supervision over
the Central Intelligence Agency
(CIA)? .

4. Do you believe greater Federal par. B&
ticipation should be given the fight SAFE Z vri& WEEKJune

ida against? beach erosion in South Flor -

5. Do you agree that stronger U. S. ef. r J } 1 )1'>h ) ; 4th
forts are needed to halt allied trade 28 Thru July C

against with Cuba Cuba and by to the bring nations sanctions of this .. NAPLES' MOST MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE MARINA

hemisphere? _,
6. In selecting what will be broadcast,
the major TV networks and advertisers INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEM!

depend In part on the "ralings"programs
receive. Congress has in. ,
vestlgated "ratings" services and is f -
Our SincereCongratulations
Interested in their accuracy and the { .,. .N' "I';( )

effect they have on what is offered .9.
to the viewer. :-'S 'Fff\ "

The following are the most listened
to TV programs according to a recent t
(\ \BOATING\!
"rating" ((1)) Beverly Hillbillies;
((2)) Bonanza and ((3)) Dick Van Dyke /
Show. TO THE \ I i& WEEK

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Does this "rating"reflect your listen. .. -,.

ing habits? NAPLES FLOTILLA ;
PLEASE MAIL RETURN TO: Paul G. Rogers M. C. y
Room 111 .' tON /

House Office Building r-
Washington, D.C. THEIR 1/ Ir--, ,.1,/

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12th Anniversary :#'
II C. G. Auxiliary Inspections At Marinas

Naples V oS Coast'Guard Aux. flagrant violation Is noted. This
iliary boat Inspectors will be on service Is performed by the Aux.
1 hand at four marinas tomorrowand lllary for fellow boatmen free of In Conjunction With The :, j /
Sunday to conduct examln. charge, and 1* Intended to In.
atlonof pleasure craft. Locations duce safer boating for all con. 25th AnniversaryOf !
are Boat Haven, M L M, Skip, rerned. '
per Smith's and the Sport Spot The'U.S.
I marinas. Time for Inspections Spokesmen for the local Flot. g j ''d
to be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.tt i ilia point to June 30th as the
AU boats meeting minimum deadline for re-registering boats Coast Guard AuxiliarySEE .,
Federal requirements are to be with the Collier County tax col.
riven a decal which Is honoredby lector's office, and urge boatersto
the Coast Guard and by state bring their current registration d
authorities. Boats displaying the certificates with them when
decal will not be boarded by requesting the courtesy boat ex.
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