The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Republicans Split--But Active Qtbt


SECTION B Sunday?May ZC, U'C

'Divide And Conquer' \ inner Party Fighting 'Tough Game'

I Mrs. Wenzel Charges Cramer 'We're Attacking The Leaders,

Destroying Harmony Of Party"Congressman But Not Their Persons'Green"I

William C. companying Cramer on these Said the committeewoman would like to clarify our Continued Greent never their persons We Intend -

Cramer Is dividing and destroying campaign jaunts and at times "The dele position at the Goldwater Head "Naturally our methods are to replace their leader

the harmony of the Republican by himself has been Jack Into Is Powley unpledged of ..rv quarters for ths benefit of those under attack by the state and ship. If we fall, we will try
gation comprised members
Pany with the hope of an administrative assistant reportedly of the Florida Federationof Collier County Republican s who county executive committees.We again In 1966 but we will remain -

conquering and taking over drawing taxpayer- we may have missed during the admit to creating a new faithful pany workers and
Republican Women Young
complete control of Florida's paid salary of $10,270 year. Republicans and State Committee primary campaign." So stat faction to tearing apart the unite for all our common cau

GOP." charges Mildred P. Cramer has also mailed newsletters members businessmen ed Harry Green chairman party (where It needs It), to ses. We know how to play this

Wenzel, Republican State com- promoting his candi- and rlbuto the of the local Goldwater com unseating the powerful executive political game according to the
rous com rs to
mitteewoman from Collier dacies using franking privileges gene Cause. It Is the mittee, after a week of chargeand committee members and rules and have tried our bestto
paid for by the Republican within GOP be tough opponents. We advocate -
County. taxpayers. official and will represent counter charge ending their previously uncontested -
"Employing deceit.Inferenceand "It will be difficult to criticize all members of the Republican circles. hold by legal threat over keeping our ranks clean,

Innuendo the Cramer our opponents In Novem- the activities of the RepublicanClub changing leadership with popu-
and hon
forces will stop aftibthing to ber for using tactics of this Party fairly "We have been charged with and Its officers lar support and always do battle
The slate has
effect Its own personal goals kind when Cramer uses ,them estly. opposing attempting to overthrow the "We acknowledge that Inner with those who would settle
Goldwater.As .
and and to the discredit of no priority favoring State Executive Committee'sInfluence for less."
Cramer's personal goal Is openly fighting Is a tough game.
know the
undoubtedly In the
you state, usingGoldwater's
become his fellow Green summed
to 'Mr. Republican' of Republicans. We are not easily discouraged upt
of the Florida
all Florida" she declared. "The Divide and Conquer tac- original organizers popularity as the because we are dedicated. Our "The Issues as we see them,
National Draft-oldwater
Her statement to the NEWS tics of theCramerforceshowever coat-tall. To an extent thereIs opposition has no popular sup- are very simple. Weareexer-
Committee are members of the
some truth In this state-
continued can have but result clslng our right to clean
: one port. Our funds came from the up
SENATOR nAnny GOLDWATER fiont-iun-
"Apparently the motivating that being Irreparable damageto Un-Pledged Delegation. ment-we are actively making majority of rank and file dedi- our own backyard. We have

factor of Cramer Is one thatIs the Republican Party In Flor- "Harry Green local chairman cling candidate for the Republican presidential every attempt to 'throw those cated Republicans.-the voters good leadership available at the

as old as mankind. It's ida and possible destruction of for the Cramer slate has nomination, is the silent but central figure in rascals out.' This Is the won- themselves.and this givesus state and local levelst we Intend -

greed sheer greed for power. the accomplishments of the COP deliberately\ put before the voters the red-hot county battle to name delegates to derfuldynamic great American the assurance that we can to get them Into office.

Cramer Isn't satisfied with being In the last several years. These of Collier County In threeor the convention. Many local GOP's although disturbed political system at work; and will beat them In this primary Seniority In a locality does not
four Instances that Ullllam by the dissension profess satisfaction at we have that right and a re exercising constitute All
Congressman a job that accomplishments Include car- ," right. our people
should require all his time rying Florida for the Republican Pawley of Miami,cnalrman of the high state of interest a rarity in GOP It."But are well Informed and know

and talent--a job that the tax- Presidential nominees In the unpledged slate of delegates, politics at this level the second portion of WE'LL CLOSE RANKS the answers to the Issues on

payers pay him $55,000 for the campaigns of '52, '56 and has resigned. This statementIs that statement -- using Mr. "Our group has announced both sides. Our workers are

salary and expenses. In orderto '60 and guidance of the party entirely false and Mr. Piw- Goldwater's popularity, etc.-- publicly that we will close ranksno al volunteers and they numberover

achieve hisgoal Crame r also from a registration of 40,000to Icy Is definitely the organizing Monroe Grand Jury To Probe VotingKEY Is not as true as It looks. Even matter what the outcome of one hundred active partici

wants to bet 10 times that number dur- chairman of the unpledged slateof the battle and under the lea- pants
though Mr. Goldwater asked us
WEST (AP)-Machinery supported his requesthas
((1) Florida Republican national ing these years. It Includes delegates. been In motion for a grand Friday with newspaper stories to form this slate and we dership of the victors. The apposition "Our battle plans are justas
also the election of We confront-
more than "Republicans who are Interested jury Investigation of alleged vot. that voting machine keys had have his support and we sup- has steadfastly main- simple. are

((2)) The committeeman.Florida 100 Republicans to office across In the future of the GOPIn Ing Irregularities In Monroe disappeared la two Key West port him and the pledged slate tained they would not supportus ing them with the truth,announ-

delegation'sorganization our state and forthe vigorof Florida and Its effectivenessIn County precincts, statements by defeat. we have a big selling job to In the event of victory. We cing our strategy In advance.

:: chairman. he nearly 200 Republican the General Elections In State Attorney Lancelot Lester ed candidates alleging fraud, do. The entrenched party lead have attacked the Issues.-never We don't wince when they make
(.1) Florida delegation'spermanent Clubs In Florida. November will have an opportunity asked Circuit Court Judge Aql. and I Junior Chamber of Com. ers' 'vacuum cleaner' tacticsare a personality. We did not throw tactical or legal move. But
chairman: "Cramer's Divide and Con- lino Lopez to convene the panel coerce report that absentee btl. doubts about the Integrity we will always oppose or approve -
to voice their disapproval to collect all votes that Insulting
"Campaigning for all these quer tactics must be discoura- "sometime after June 15." lots can be bought. vigorously.
of the Cramer ambitionsby are not for Goldwater. Their of our Democratic coun-
offices requires time and mo- ged by responsible Republicanswho voting for the official un- ballot read "No Preference"but ty officials--we defended them "If this seems to be a bat-
Doth of these Items
ney. are Interested In the tle this time
are pro watch our efforts -
slate of that claim be for Gold- staunchly.
pledged delegates they to
supplied to him by you and me, gress of the two-party systemIn all of the i :':' water. this wouldnot "We have attacked the poor and esprit de corps
Republicans Obviously
the of this Cra- Ads :'t :
taxpayers state. Read the
Florida. Under circum- Want the
mer has absented no of Florida and Is led bX t, give the voter a choice leadership and Inaction of the against Democratic opposition
repeatedly "
stances should personal ambition ,, ,, In November
) '
himself from William I L)). pawley of Miami. I ---- but a protest. state and county leaders but
Congress to campaign transcend the progress of

throughout Florida. Ac- the Republican Party. -"

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Harry GreenAs I: AFTER THE ,J

Upstart' SALE

io. fi ti5 r'e
"The Republican Party of Col. "It was not my desire to be. a
Her Cixiiity shield l>e proud and come Involved lit any cOllirOoveny THAT COUNTSAlmost

happy thai :itw been established here In our county meets I knew were derogatory
," declares U> Hern chair: false and misleading but I was
man of the County Republican confident that our Republican vo. every builder will take considerable pains to

Executive Committee. hers were intelligent enough not make you happy and keep you happy, during the tale 1a1tr
"Thin has nut tonne into being to be taken In by such tactlci.
of the home but what ?
without much hard work and de. happens after the sale is made
local "I am the duly rlinted local Will the same service the attention?
voted effort of Republicans you get same .t
GOP ,.
Chairman of the
County ,
One would think that an a mln. fir
Ex'cUllveCOl1lmltll'e with two Rutenberg sees to it that you are made happy AND a

ty only statewide group: not>,only 1 Republicans In the noun fears of hard work fur the Re.ulllcan kept happy, even, after you have moved Into your new r

would unite and promote Republl. > Party III this county home. Hutenberg's special service to you begins with a
lehind: me. I thoroughly
canlsm and a two party system resenthe complete inspection by Building .
Intrusion of this uninformed you, your Superintendent
rather than fight and have dlss.enM
upstart," declared Hern. and Sales This
<>n within Its own ranks." your Representative insures you

lien said: : "He stated the County Executive that you will move into a home exactly like the model, "'"

"Collier, County has In the Committee has not act. plus the personal changes which you have made.
past four years more than trip. Ively supported
any candidates ,
led In Republican registration, whereas, since March 17th as Thirty days after you have moved into your home, a .

totalling: 1350: as of April 4th your county chairman, I have serviceman will call on you to thoroughly inspect the t: ;, "1<(';).1.t .....,..-.. '. ,,.,.._, 1< ,

closing: of books. been In and out of the courts exterior and interior, If at this time there is anything .01\ "'" t',0.. .r rt'{>
"Many misleading and false in behalf of our local Repub. \ ,. ">-,e w < ,,,"," >, +T'fit, ;; .lt1-'r ''ifIt" < < ..,, ,,,,JiJ: ,
that needs adjustment, it will receive immediate care.
statements have been made con.llran candidate and am now
cernlng the Republicans of Col. actively helping them appt'allhe After six months, you will receive another personal call

Her chairman County uf the recently executivecomnuIttee and I as local court decision. and after one year, the service man will make a fourthinspection SEE TilE RUTENBERG MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY
"One of Mr. Green's first call
hope tM: all Intelligent, statements was that through the UNTIL 6 P.M. -WEEKENDS UNTIL 6 P.M.
thinking Republicans will Ignore inactivity of the local GOP we Each of these calls Is unsolicited, If anything urgent

statements being mate by those lust 200 registered Republicans needs to be brought to the attention of the Hutenberg
who have had
no part whatsoeverIn In the last 30 days I because of
establishing a Republican Par. change registration. The truth Service Department between checkups, you may be lure TIle two bedroom, two bath Laurel,$11,990, three bedroom,
ty In this county This kind of of the matter Is that at the ctos. that they will answer your call promptly

pulllclty aegrandlzement Is being put and forth not for for Ing of the books, AptII 4th, the Because high quality and low maintenance go togetherin two bath Cannel!, $14,990, and four bedroom, three batik

the best Interest of the party Republican more party registrations uf this comelygained per. a Hutenberg Home, we can afford our liberal guarantee Riviera\ $17,990, lands costs additional

"Only within the past two centage.wlse than the Democratic Rutenberg guarantees every home old for a full
weeks have we had any dlssen. part. I substantiate this by With all this
slon within our ranks. This dissension year attention to detail and extra service
calling your attention to the list
has been led by one, Mr. on the bulletin board in the Su (that goes with every Rutenberg (Home, it is no wonder

Green who Is a stranger to :all pervisor's of Registration of flee, that W)'%: of our sales are made through the recommendations
County' Court House. of happy homeowners. ,1iJA

"I urge all thoughtful voters "" ,, _
to apply the test of honest and 5''''''rW

Zoning Agenda sincerity to all of Mr. Green See The nut berg Models
statements and to ponder what : AT

The Zoning and Planning Board motivates this novice in the pol. '
Itlcal field." It:
will meet at 9 a.m., Tuesday, 6 tc SEAGATEONTHEGULFAndes
May 26, to consider the follow Hern continued: "lour County
Executive Committee has not
Ins agenda; dorsed the Cramer stale I have en. +!_tm $15,990 Carlyle $15,990County

also been Informed by CJ. .
I. Elect a chairman and vice Hlmes of -s a
president the Collier j.,1
chairman. County Republican Club, that the d Y ,
club has not endorsed the Cra..
2. APPLICATION FROM: mer slate.

Mrs. Richard L. Fleming for "Your GOP County Executive ,;/" ,

City License (Home Occupation) Committee Is comprised of the '
ADDRESS: Lots 22, 23 A 24, usual
precinct committee men SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL _
Block 9, Tier 8CornerofBroad and women, secretary, treasurer '
Avenue, South and 8th Street and legal counsel and I, as K MODEL HOMES TODAY _. .j.

South). TYPE: -Beauty parlor. chairman herewith state: That
ZONE: Home occupations the Executive Committee of Col. ; i: North from Naples on

mltted In "E" Single Family Her County Republicans assumesno Las U.S. Route 41. At 1220 ... ao

District responsibility for any sollcl.tatlons Mandarin Road, CoquinaSands ''J fJ, ,,'
statements ordetts made ';
APPLICATION FROM '"'' ; Subdivision. '
3. :
by Mr. Green or any member Walter T. Donovan for City organization f Watch for Rutenberg

License (Home Occupation) "1, as your county chairman
Homes signs from high.
ADDRESS- 678 East Lake Drive :
urge each registered Republicanto
TYPE: Registered real estate go to the polls Tuesday, May way.
broker ZONE: Home occupa. 28, and take your time and carefully .
lions permitted In'''E'' Single consider your preference

Family District. before casting your vote"

. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 24, 1964 Thresher never was recoveredand hatchway Just above me with time for sentiment. We ,
because of the extreme his headset on so we could keep trained to act rigidly, so 1 f ? 1
depth may never be In touch with all other com.partmetits no consideration to the fate r'l I Are You Hep to Celery
The Squalus was raised, refitted -(he normal practiceon my shipmates."It .
25 Years Since Squalus and went off to World WarD a submarine was not until the first ----- .-
I as the Eallflsh. She acquitted "We started the dive and had pulslv action was over that I
herself well, torpedoing 45,080 gone down about 50 feet In began to feel the awfulness at
tons of Japanese shipping in its about 40 seconds when Bryson the men's situation In the after
Sank With 59 On Board Pacific patrols. shouted to me 'The engine section
The wreath marking the 2CthinnlverRnrv room's flooding! It was 8:40 In "Parlcularly, I though of
EDITOR'S NOTE Twenty It was to be many hours be. of the Squalus' the morning Sherman Shirley, my chum. I
five years ago the submarine fore a waiting nation would sinking was tossed to the sea "I Jumped up out of the was to be best man at his wed.
Squalus sank In the Atlantic off learn that 33 men were alive In by a man who survived the battery section and headed for ding the next 6unda}'."
Portsmouth, N.H. The following two separate compartments of sinking and later returned to the forward torpedo room right Maness was one of four men
story by a reporter who coveredthe the 310-foot submarine. her when she was rerhrlstened behind Brjson. The submarinewas from the Squalus to serve on her
events recaptures the tragedy And for two tense-fllled days Sailfish. going down stern first so again when she was the Sallflsh.
and drama of the sinking, all attention focused on the spot He Is Gerald McLees of Ports. we had to fight our way unhlll.! Later, he transferred to another
the rescue from the sea bottomof In the Atlantic until 33 men who mouth, now a civilian employs "There was no big bang when warship and was killed In World
33 men and the eventual survived the disaster were at the Portsmouth Naval Ship. we hit the bottom. The Squalus War n action
raising of the craft which was brought to the surface in one of yard and former electrician's just slid backwards and. we U. Oliver F. Naquin, the
to play a fighting role In World the great rescue feats of the sea. mate on the Squalus. The an. settled easily on the bottom." ,Squalus commander, looking
War IL Even the submarine Itself nlversary tribute was arrangedby McLees continued: back to the tragic day In an In.
By JAMES CALOGEROPORTSMOUTH eventually was brought to the the Squalus Memorial Chap. "We could hear the hlgh-pres. I tervlew at his Arlington, Va.,
N.H. (AP)>- surface in an historic salvage ter of the Submarine Veteransof sure air system trying to blowout I home, said:
A small floral wreath bobbed operation In what 23 years ago World War n. the water ballast and en. "There was no outcry Nobody
In the Atlantic 15 miles off was the deepest water in which McLees relived the disaster able us to surface. It was a los. shoulted 'Oh, my God!' or an)'.
Portsmouth on Saturday where Navy divers ever operated. for The Associated Press on the Ing battle i thing like that. Only one man
a sea drama of life and death Twentfour years later -on silver anniversary "There were about a half.mentioned the people aft, and I
held a nation's attention exact. April 10, 19G3-he nuclear sub. "We had loft Portsmouth on dozen people In the forward tor. shut that off real fast.
ly 25 years ago. marine Thresher passed the Monday and anchored 15 miles pedo room when 1 got there. "U one or two men had pan.
The submarine Squalus sank same spot en route to her own]lout. On the next morning, May Others followed me. The rest of Icked, the whole thing might
In 240 feet of water off the Isle untimely death with 129 men, 23, 1 was In the three-foot crawl us who lived through it were in have gone up In smoke" ,
of Shoals on May 23, 1939, with 220 miles at sea In more than space of the forward battery the control room. Squalus rescue operations
57 Navy men and two civilians 8,000 feet of water-also duringa room, taking cell readings, "We in the forward section were put under way from the
aboard. test dive. "Allen Br>'son was In the didn't know that 28 of our ship. Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
mates dead in the after
were within minutes
after she failedto -- -
section. We didn't hear about U report by radio. VERSATILE CELERY Cooled and served warm or cold in a marinade, it will
until reached the surface
we a
The salvage ship Falcon, car. fiSh
accent meat or
3 MILLION DOLLARSIS couple of days later. rylng a IWon( diving bell, left
In another part of the ship, New London, Conn., and an. for more luxurious eating the Plsce celery and carrots in a
the disaster was to hand Lloyd By CECILY BROWNSTONE with 1-inch of boiling
chored over the Squalus the ribs may be stuffed with a mix saucepan
A LOT OF TAXPAYERS' MONEY SPENT EACH YEAR BY B, Maness a cruel duty. He next day. Associated Preit Food Editor ture of cream cheese and Roquefort water and the salt. Bring to the
was nearest the hatch which Navy divers operated from THE CRUNCHIEST vegetableof or blue cheese Offered on boiling point and boil S minutes;
THE SCHOOL BOARD separated the flooding sections the Falcon to prepare the them all, celery, la I one !'fee. salad greens with anchovies, cover and cook S to 6 minutes -
from the dry area. U he didn't 6qualus ,hatches to accept the ent-day cooks would find it hardto whole canned pimiento and cruell only until tender-crisp.. Drain if
shut that heavy metal door ev. diving bell BO no water would live without. It does ao muchto of olive oil and wine vinegar, necessary and mix with Marinade.
I LES WHITAKER [IX]] erybody on board might perish. get Into the sub as the men left enliven dishes. plus '. trdough bread and sweet Serve at once or chill. Make 6servings.
Maness waited until the last in small groups to be raised to Ever sine 1874, when it .u butter, this combination makes a .
possible moment, permitting; the the surface first commercially grown in marvelous first course for
passage of a few men soakedby The first diver reached the Michigan, celery has been on its guests. MARINADE
Is 4 man you can trust to see this money is spent wisely! the incoming sea water Equalua at 9:15 a.m., May 24. way up. Once used chiefly a* a knowing cooks often use raw 6 tablespoons olive or other
Then, as water poured throughthe The diving bell was lowered flavorer, and to eat out of hand celery, minced fine, to give salad oil
ELECT LES WHITAKER hatchway-and with not an. only four hours later. nowadays it'* served innumerable crunchiness to cooked green 1 clove garlic, peeled
other second to spare-he shut The bell made four trlpstothe way. pen or snap bean. If you like 2 tablespoons cider vinegar
the door on the fate of those submarine to rescue all the survivors In early day, when celery this idea, cook the green vegetable 1 tablespoon minced parsley
TO THE SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT NO. 2 men aft.After. but the final trip was was still not widely available a* usual then add the 1 tablespoon minced green pepper
the rescue of the sur. fraught with danger and excite. good cooks carefully cut off the celery along with butter and reheat
TUESDAY, MAY 26th vlvors was completed, Maness ra nf. leaves from a bunch and dried briefly 2 tablespoons minced sweet cucumber
THE CANDIDATE FOR AIL THE PEOPLE "hid Polltlca'' Ad") said: The lines had frayed and be. them to use ss flavoring for Celery la also delicious pickle
.___ "At such: a time there is nom come tangled and the last eight soups and at.wa. Although nowadays cooked long with carrots and 1 teaspoon lemon juice
of the survivors and the diving cook aren't apt to dry served, warm or cold, in a mari 1 teaspoon minced onion
bell's two operators were celery leave, they still throw nade. You might like to try the 1/4 teaspoon (generous) salt
Here's More Proof That trapped for four hours betweenthe them into the coup and stew pot. warm version with a roast and Add garlic to oil; let stand 1
eSELLS Equalus on the bottom and There are so many way to the chilled version with the left hour; discard garlic. Add vinegar
the Falcon on the surface. use celery ribs ".. i I.." One over meat when it is offered parsley, green peppe.,
Next came the epic salvage.For cook we know ha* celery sticks, sliced and cold.CELERY pickle, lemon juice, onion and
two months Navy divers, accompanied by a shaker of salt; beat well with a fork.
working only short periods on seasoned salt, on the living- AND CARROTS
I ] FOR LESSBe the bottom because of the high room coffee table before dinner WITH MARINADES You can make a great sauce
ti111JwI1IJ1 1 pressure, tunneled away under time. Or she may stuff the ribs cups thinly I I sliced celerv for uvoiadu nerved in the shell
the boat to make a passage for with a well-seasoned low-calorie crescents just by uJdmg chili Haute ot
salvage chains. cottage cheese and sprinkle with 1 cup thinly sliced carrot rounds catchup to French dressing
Finally all was ready and air paprika. This keeps weight- Boiling water Spoon" a little, of the dressing
was blown Into the pontoons watcher. in the family from mure 1 teaspoon salt into the cavdics in uvocado
Sure To See This the which bottom.were to pull the sub from calorie-laden food. Marinade halves.

The first lift came on the
morning of July 13. All appeared .
COMPLETE LIVING ROOM GROUP to be going well. Suddenly .
a great burst of foam
erupted, and one of the pontoonsshot r
,. out of the water, falling
back with a splash Just as another -
11 pontoon surfaced.
The sea bubbled and boiled.
aya! I IT Churning foam. spread In an

ever widening circle.In .
f the midst of this confusion
tom' lr tilt i, ',, .. came a new eruption-the bow
of the gpbmarlne shot out of the
,,'tv 1 aea, rf water then slowly settled to the
t bottom SPECIALSTwo

o All the salvage work had been
i t D undone In few brief
u. 'Ki a moments.
L The salvagers had to do it all
over again. It took all summer.
t ii i Finally on Sept. IS, the subma.
nine was towed to a drydock in

the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.The nice waterfront lots on Bow Line -Bay,
bodies were removed
till from the after compartments. recently seawalled, priced at same figures as

I found A Naval that a Court faulty of sea Inquiry valve before seawalling $11,750.00 and $12,500.00.

caused the sinking.A .
r I
I .. % 4-Pc. SECTIONAL
lri privately sponsored expedition -
Jl"L. ? I will try to journey from Vancouver
With Nylon Covers in I beautiful selection of British Columbia, east Nice three-bedroom, two-bath home, beauti-
to Frobuher Bay on Baffin Island .
colors. Downy-Soft, Featherlight FOAM Cushions and back again this year. If fully landscaped, carpeted, double garage with

successful, the Northland Princess electric door risers and many other extras including -
Durable, Comfortable, Odorless, Self-Veni will become the first ship
in hi stay to sail I the famed North circular screened patio just reducedto
tilating and Non-Allergenic.Ier west Passage in both directions $31,500.00.Threebedroom .
in one season:

Tn, aimllsr Thlsfilnatnnthin' PLUS-TWO STEP TABLES, COCKTAIL TABLE


and TWO ATTRACTIVE TABLE LAMPS two-bath home with carpets

rAJA''' and drapes. Never
'lf occupied, used last seasonas

REGULAR PRICK OF SECTIONAL $209.95 Yours For Only a HoMiLi Home exhibit house. Fully sodded

2 STEP TABLES at 14.95 each . . 29.90 By Vivian! Ug and landscaped, all decorator fixtures -

ROUND COCKTAIL TABLE . 19.95 For what it's worth $33,500.00.
$19995See surveys show that women
2 TABLE LAMPS at 8.95 each . . 17.90 gel on the average SS
minute more shuteye each

TOTAL VALUE . $277.70 night than their huibsnds
The great Thomas Ed-
lion had only three month For these and other fine homes or homesites

It and You'll Buy It YOU SAVE $77.75HOLLYWOOD of schooling In hi* life. II* in The Moorings, see or call:
had big advantage,
though he war a genius

.j Let' hope this clears
H. Milton Link
BEDS up a little mlunderlandInf
ne M All opthalmologiit I II Associates: Leslie C. Johnston, James L. Cochrun,

e TWIN or FULL SIZE a specialist la the ear of Betty I. Johnston, Art Arnold.
eyes, an optometrist examines
p' tnmpk| Ir Mlth limrrkprlnc Maiim amt Multhnf H.\ eye and gives out
('i""n.| rin ltr Imrrnl Hmdhmint and art ,( HartniniIII prescriptions. As optician
w *. Mulln-M aid eos Rjirlnri nm.lr h> lhi shakers r4 .
i II the she fills pretrlptioni
r : I IKUIII.MU R|>riiif llr Mflrr.M. guy
_4e1 or ( and fits frame '
Even If you were Just
$49 95 treated by an opthstmolo- 120
Reg. Value 72.95 gist, have visited an op. /

tomrtrlit and were pre. .
xritwd for hy an optician P or "MAPLE.FLORIDA

you can't find anything
wrong with the deals at I

HOURS: VIVIAN OGG. Realtor.ll 2829 N. T.miami Trail phone MI| 2-5102

8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. Fifth Avenue, South.
Some people eone4 that
Open Friday/ until 9 p.m.
the metlmloii work of
CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS our agents border on c.Ilia. *.-

we are sxver satisfied
::3 y 9r *+*'\snr hut to strive for per.
fertio That's why you

Furniture Co. can aNajr depend oa aid
VIVIAN OGC, Realtor, for Where
COMPLETESTORE HOME FURNISHERSON the finest deal In ''e... tic sunsets arc CYatllous"2B

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COOKIE JAR really takes a beating when the :Murray boys dig In. Left to right are:
Peter and John Chris and Evan, David and Carl. <" '

; sees the face of Florida change through the lens of a surveyor's I};

Twin Boys Times Three
instrument. windshield of a giant dnlJtJlno.! .und the window of

:- a welder's helmet. He is one of thirty-five hundred ilea; Behind the
Equals/ Six Individuals

Miracle" at Gulf American Land Corporation changing the face of ti?
BY ALEX LA(.GIS Pete and John, 8, are In the as six boys instead of three
second grade. sets of twins," she added Florida by turning raw, virgin acreage into valuable, usable land at
Newspaper Enterprise Assn Evan and Chris will start This year the two sets at.

TRA VERSE CITY Mich. school next year tending school are split up in Golden Gate Estates into a modern, thriving community at .
different classrooms, althoughthis
(NEA) One of the na wasn't the case last year i'
tion's most unusual sets of While the prospect of having "We like it better this Cape Coral', both on Florida's hurgl'oningGulf Coast 'tHe .
twins, the six Murrays of Old that many similar faces way," Mrs Murray said.
around might a problemto home the seldomrun .
"At ,
pose boys
Mission Peninsula are grow less hardy teachers, the around with their twin; plays an important part in Florida's economy, for Gulf American :/
and their
up now even youngsters' instructors at Old to .
they manage split up more "
mother admits is
she that
they are all boys. glad Mission more than Elementary average experiencein have had than stick .together.. has paid over $2H,800OO( () ( () to its Florida employees in the form of salaries

Mrs. David R Murray II explained dealing l i with lookalikc
: "At first I thought twins. At one time several This past winter became the twins'favorite and sales compensation during the past five 'eal's. He contributes toFlorida's
sport skiing
that it would have been nice
years ago, the school had no They took to the slopes with
I if girls.one But of now the I sets wouldn't had been have less than at the 12 sets same of time twins enrolled great. enthusiasm, even the4H growth, for in addition to bringing the state new residents and '
yearoldsThe :
it any other way. It'i especial. The Murrays' two eldest twins live in the
ly handy when it comes to sets of twins are now all about farmhouse in which same their tourists and stimulating business and more jobs, Gulf American ,1"
buying clothes-and not nearly the same height (156 inches) father grew up. Murray Is
)the as youngest expensive.twins By(Evan the time and and they so resemble each head of the social studies department has paid over $1-180)0) () in taxes to County and State Governments. '
other in appearance that they at the National Arts I
Chris, 4Vi) get them, we have often mistaken for .
quadruplets Academy at Interlochen. During 4
received eldest our set money's of twins worth"The Carl their mother said. the summer he does what He is a good neighbor and! a conscientious citi/on..a member of :
However, when you get to almost everyone else on the r
and David 9. are now third
graders at Old Mission Penin know them as we have, you peninsula does-he tends the Florida's most progressive land development! company which is literally I
sula Elementary School near realize that each one is so cherry crop I
different that we treat them As the boys grow older,
while brothers
Traverse City .Mrs. Murray finds that fewer .Building New Worlds for a Bettor Tomorrow! i
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and fewer people fuss over. ,
Sunday May 24, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 33 them. .
It Isn't like four years ago {. '
when we collected on that l' 4
Lloyd's of London Insul ante '. :
deal she said I"dll\t,..4t.'.
The Murrays, figuring that \
anything was possible after
the first two sets came, took
Before you vote for Democratic out the insurance which quoted I Ir"
odds of 859,000 to 1 against
three sets of twins.
National Committeeman, ask your- Investment.They got $1,000 for a $100'' I a

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self one simple, honest question i'y +

Boating Tips. .

which of the 14 candidates in this:

race i is the best qualified from Irrik_ 'N ,Iw I II I

background, experience and know

how to get the job done in Washington -

and represent Florida on a I

national level? i


SELECT AN AMATEUR TO DO IT. Pulling an outboard rig with the -
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family automobile. requires prllC'I
.lice, not spinal knowledge, mamlun .
the Mercury otiihodid boating ,
Elect i_prls Thus it particularly true of ,
".1'Lon }our trailer, the prime .;
i rule lo remember( t* Ihal )ou must e.q
turn the wheel of the car to the k
ELLIOTTROOSEVELT lift to mike the trailer turn to the '
right. and tue, Icr,.. To develop y r e b obIn

skill in moving in reverie, net up It" ,, I ..' rb
some empl> lanlhoarj carton on
"i v uant puking lot and! practice:
bailing >our trader ",'IYoHn them : :
\\hen "lowing our rig' out on the
hiih .a> allow more lime: for ,"';' .. v'W.
braking .,Kickralc: more slowly t\tr;f I
.rod suing. witkr on corners ( i iUllr '
Democratic National CommitteemanMAY
(hit voti need twice, : as miuh spate: '
26 PRIMARY ,M piss ,'!lolh'rchl.e! when \oilill. '"
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"Dutingimhed Son of a Great Democratic President" ..
Twenty per cent of the ;', \ '
Pud. Political Adv worlds registered private I I "

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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday May 24. 1964I ...-...... "What Young People Hiink''

Junior Authoress Is CreditTo Summer Means Jobs for Today's Teen-Ager.

Late President Kennedyi B\ Eugene Gilbert -
hitchhiking across the count
I i Youth Service The publisher of the Pmltlrnt Clllxrt \outhRetrnrch.
papetwanted Inc with a friend.Other young peopl
t.,I HEN, ft.-Judl Regina Itml to do nomc-thlnf to help
such as Patricia Evans, IS,
., of girl the lute President young people and to Mo t t.e..*, rs want to spend
encouragewriting i Arlington Va., will do voluntec
11 F. Kennedy would hue.liwnit talent, two aieas which( I the summer working.Flghtytwo lQe3N4 work. Patricia says she wij

", ofH Mr. Kennedy had often men per cent of the 1387
the college sectionthe
work In
i... 15-we.r-old high vrhuul tinned hnvs and girls we questioned

,,snore I* the flrnt winner recently about summer plans JULY Loe4 ty r TgB4w Democratic: National Con
Jiirtl's ..tury.l'torv Riot'," mitt...
reutlv writing cuntvht want to find a Job. Thirty-six perent F
wax the bent of 79 entries It Andrea Gladstone, 17
used by the !lixtl rww_- already had a Job lined up 'r i S
teM of a youth Involved In a rlutfollo.ln Valley Stream N.Y.,doesn't plai
i The Tlmex Mirror. The and another 58 per rent had s.1
( u bltterlvcontestedbnnkftrmli anything too strenuous. She wl(
I-t t, which offer 1& game and what t"t\>- spend her summer"loafing,plav
each tear to the hut short The most desired jobs are
pen to him when hi finds the 3 9 p Ing golf and getting a sun tan.
i written by a sophomore ort ramp counselor farmhand, .
buy he had to Injure to ate i'
u r English student ut 81aa waiter or waitress and office ..- '
himself Ublack, like me 12 1r t' 2
I yen High, b financed by pro- worker. Mn per cent of the
book She's nut telling what It'sanout. Recreation
the paper mad from "Thei Tln\ blonde. luill, daughter of boys and 15 per rent of the girls

i It U" Parsed," the.\>>sorUted Mi. IIn.1Iro;. Frank Kt-Klru of would like a camp job. Seventeenper
The ]judges the, newspaper, CalendarMONDAY
-, book about Mr. Kennedy' neathV Warren, has wiltten cent of the young men and
editor .Urn Fox anti a I'l.'lIr..1EnC1hh
sination. at >ut ,five liapterof ,> four per rent of the young women
t."rhl'r.1I"n Frank
want to work on a farm, while 2:00 p.m.-8enlor CItizen
expressed an,Jfenieiit, that shf 18 per rent of the girls and four shuffleboard Gambler Park

r liap'l to pr"|ie t !her.etf sci rent of the 4:00 p.m.-Glrl. Softball registration
f d't..f Service per boys are seeking
"J'J C. well Into, anak> hnrl'teiI, Recreation Center J
I jobs as waiters or waitresses.
What's lull plat f'r, i r..r. MOO 5:15 p.m.-Adult beginner gol
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL Office jobs are very popular with class .. Big Cypress Golf Course J

prim"Rot' the girls almost one-fourth of . .. ..........,, .. ._. .
PhI MI 2-3696 S 1175 Pine St.. Naples, fl,. !' at\'V..wh.,: ( .. t he r whom want such employment. -ur... 'J. _'--j,' -- -J l li.. TUESDAY

*" 1:00 p.m.senior CItizen.)
Many of the teens are

'I experienced. Sixty-seven percent more Interested In clothes. new clothes to start to school," "money Is essential for my bowling.4:00 p.m.Brookside-Advanced Bowl. tennis

of the boys held down jobs Thlrty.four per cent of the young she says, and adds, "I love to future." class Cambler Park.

ONLY A DRIVE AND A CHIP AWAYFrom i, last year, and 36 per cent of the women plan to spend on the wardrobe spend money." Explains Maudle Griffith, 16, 7:30 p.m. -Adult tennis class]

I drls. Jody Berg 17, of Boone, Typical of those who plan to of Columbus Ohio, "I would like Cambler Park.

> Most of the young p.ople-45 Iowa Is typical "I need some save for college Is Burton A. to earn money on my own. AndI WEDNESDAY

the 9th hole of the Mooring Golf Course U this lovely 3 bedroom, ., per cent-expect to put some of Kranzel, 17, of Camp Hill, Pa. would like to get some 2:00 pm.Senior Citizen

their earnings In the bank. An- Johnson Daugherty He wants to work becauseMORI appreciation of the responsibility\ shuffleboard Cambler Park!
2 bath custom built horn by A. Vernon Allen httetd of Puttering around, other 26 per cent are earmark. and what Is Involved In holding 5:15 p.m. Intermediate ten]

their salaries for Chosen To SpeakAt down a Job." nls class Big Cypress Co\\\\
Ing a coll.e.I'dur
why don't you let us show you the important features of this home that a tlon. Fifteen per cent are ToastmastersJohn \ THAN HAL C* Many of the teens who(do not Course.

FLORIDA TOtRlSTS WILL want to work plan to go to summer THURSDAY
makes it a Golfer's dream less frugal; they say they'll Just Johnson and E.M. Daugh. RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISITI
school One of these Is 4:00 p.m. Intermediate ten
spend the money.A erty will\ be the principal speak.
2li' big planned expenditure for ers at the Naples ToastmastersClub Paul Emery, It, of New Egypt, nls 5:15 class p.m.Cambler- Adult Park.beglnne

16 rent of the Is when It holds a dinner meet. N.J., who "would much rather .
per boys a car golf class Big Cypress
1oIls, w. 'lUco"J & AI6"1' I tog at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday night attend summer school and
or car Jeffrey Bryen Course.
.. expenses. ,
In the Elks Club. Toastmaster of
I 16, of Camp Hill, Pa.explains the evening will be A.P. Ayers. r Mw finish." Barbara Cray, 16, of FRIDAY
Miami Beach also would "rather
630 Fifth Avenue, South il( "I would be able to purchase Coleman Boyd will\ give the 9:30 a.m. Adult tennl
,lothes that are In style and Invocation, while Joe Santa will devote my time to studying." class Cambler Park.
Introduce the members and LgIe0oten.ra Several of the boys and girls
Phone MI 2.5U9 possibly a car, which seem to be 10 p.m. Senior CItizen
guests. Ted Thorward will as. plan to travel during the summer bowling Brookaldltowl..
J 01 2.52049 essential to a status sign table topic for each mem. rtaaem -..
Thomas Dow, 18, of Atlanta Ca.,
ewaw "WIIDU
The girls are naturally even her to discuss In 90 seconds.
... Vince Conboy will\ serve as experts to spend hIs vacation bj) Everyone Reads The NEW

w master evaluator with Marvin

. Want I the Best Hone Buy In Naples/ ? SEE as assistants.Cecil timer.and Ben Bruce Jim Caruthers Koffel Mumm will will as\act his be (PiId Political I Adv) THE TAXPAYERS'

th grammarian and Harry Nell,
the wizard of ahs. Marvin Cecil MONEYSHOULD

MICHIGAN HOMES will meeting preside over the business


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It was be hard to find a more I LES WHITAKER XBuysall
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1 eageror younger airman than
,, Jtj f1:',;; Jon Vanderhoof of Scottsbluff.On .

11" ', hu 16th birthday, the first

r : day he was eligible, Jon:,took. hu cars trucks, building materials, furniture and other
} Ii 2t r hnjrai i solo flight in a plan. *. purchases locally. He hires local labor >'- >
w t "S. l' .t He waa eligible for a private
} M' pilot's license when he was 17.
'' : '" lie took the examination and ,
won his license before school TUESDAY, MAY 26th

on his 17th birthday. THE CANDIDATE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE

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nir new home, experienced Michigan officials approve a e.uv ;- a

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t ttuition crews keep high rigid requirements for PUN It.4 n

'itcnals and workmanship and constantly strive for
Hundreds of mats of protected keys and Wes beciII .t yew
,"''questionable satisfaction of customers. We are confi-: 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS own private and ap-a trw ptndi for ntO.boil owmnlEvtry '

i 'rrt the and of control SnQle Garags & Screen i
extent degree Michigan's quality Porch
tffcmit....... dmctly m the war .
unmatched in Southwest Florida It's this exclusive 2cM Ttal i Sn Ft ruDy _.mlM, nd resisrei by city uCllJ aass .

i redient that. makes Michigan your best home buy. Royal Harbor within, Naplrcby !wile i

it us prove it! $15 2 5 0 ju*I BunuUo ton etnUr-o/.town thoppuif !+
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You Arc Invited to Inspect Models on your lot s For mry lot puirhuir, Royal Harbor will build a koalas
In dock ass of dtr: |*. Or tf you Pete,contnbute

the tun amount toward the comtnictioii of t iii,.

Homes built on your 6 big reasons why

'- ./ lot from 12,995 1 wade range to suit your individual ut and aside!

7/- / so people
many 1b.-.. "bayftranl, lociUon offint you a* opportunity for

'1' !/iZfL t.. Golrt"g8""Q"e tINJ.j ). I sound bvwtmmt today that coil be worth far man toss,,..

MOor rga (.elf CO\Ine inFASHIONABLE
j are Dm out and an Royal Harbor-Ua* U& 41 and
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!i __ I Sunday, Mar U, 1J(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5Bi

100 Years AgoSherman (Peed Political Adv ) BE SURE


JohnstonIn LES WHITAKIF 00

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} Bloody Campaign Is a man who has worked hand( all his life and knows the value of a dollar

and the importance of an I'd"' ,itcmi'
BLO', E.VGI:: cadet corps ol Vlrclm, i MilUaij
While Oi mi ,md Lee slugged( Institute had Mtindh, tiounmthe
it nut on ti) iivil( \\'.it's center Flltlel'al1'111) lit t Gen HaniFUvel
stage nl Vii gtnta 100 \ears ago at New Market. I fast aKiilimond f
this week I I'e-':era Con. William Gen Henjamli
Tecumseh Sherman and Con. (',lst" Butler, with ,ui temp 01S'l.OOO
federate Gcu. Joseph E, Johnstonswung marched on KUhnium
away at each other In a with grand hopes to end the war TUESDAY, MAY 26th
bloods i.mipaljn In northwest Instead, he was hit from behlnc: THE CANDIDATE FOR Ail THE PEOPLE
Georgia b> Gen. P.G.T, [toaureganj who
And although their campaign had moved up from the South,
didn't ('auSIhl! casualties that and Butler retreated down the rrrrrrrrrrrlisrarn..rrr.rrrrrrrrrEWELL
mounted In Virginia, It appearedto river with heavy losses I

three be going weeks! much, Sherman faster. After had YOUNG AVIATOR : F. "Poppy" MOORE :;

battled Ms" way more than half .
the distance fioin Chattanooga to
Atlanta, while Grant had covered Robert Mamra, 12, net only '
only a few ofthemthshpparatinghim plays football and baseball but
Wishes to thank for I
from ltlchm md. he ran fly a plane too He has you
bn taking flying Instruction for 1
six month, paying for the less
at Sherman, like GI'.Inl. out. making him 1
1-- i numbered hits ('11"111b\ > about l two sons with Ms allowance and money .
- -- to one when he moved out from earned mowing lawn and
THEY: AKb iiKAUUA'IKS of Fun Time Nursery these youngsters will\\ Chattanooga in earl) May, but he shoveling snow, However, Bobby : HIGH MAN ,
be graduated in exercises at 8 o'clock Thursday iiijrht in the River Park found JohnMon behind Impregnable won't be able to solo, for four,
Recreation Center Rev. Joseph Foster, pastor of the Holiness Church, defenses Dalton, 2O:! miles more years as the Minimum i in the May 5 Primary ,
will give the invocation. The exercises will be to the public. From across the bonier, There, lie
open achieved his first. victory, age for a student II!!-er .* Is It A
left are seated, Mrs. Annie Mae Perry director of the nursery, Johnny B. As the two armies skirmishednear AND r
Stephenson, Shirley Reese Reginald Wallace, Debra Perry, Robert M se- Dalton Sherman cent a invites you to review some of his accomplish

teller; standing, Beverly Huntley, Calvin Webs. Retina Lawson, Weston corps under Gen James B. Me. ments during the six years he served as your
Thomas, Deneise Sanders. (NEWS photo) P her Ron looping southward be. .
hind the mountains toward County Commissioner from 1954 to 1960.

19C3 Resaca, 12 miles away, On May r 1' i It was during his term of office that the present I
holders cot In the like 9, McPherson pushed through oursA rapid growth of our County was triggered. ( f
Factory Orders For Hard month. have come to Snake Creek Gap to Rosaca's
outskirts where he could!have cutJohnston's
watch dividend payments as an -
supply( line with ease.
Index to what to expect, or hope But McPherson delayed, and Cross-state road from Collier County to Fort Lauderdale .
Goods For for, ilnre many happy recipients while he did, Johnston sent men
Up AprilBy
Way wise Four Isning of 29 Immokalee
of II\\e..ed payments down to meet him. In the next Highway through .
spend them quickly at the
SAM DAWSONAP previous peak In January. The stores. Retailers of luxury three whole days army of Johnston 50,000 down moved from his investment I Establishment of Lake Trafford Park ;
Business News Analyst February and March trend had goods often are the greatest
the prognosticates pause. windfall.Others Dalton to Resata, and Sherman'sarmy in child's Establishment of Immokalee County Park I
NEW YORK (AP) Peekers given beneficiaries of this followed. By the llth, the your
Into the future have new reason Many feared that the upsurgeIn the recreation and
two armies again fared each Obtained Immokalee Airport for Collier County .
today to see everything riming the economy In the final travel Industries, and purveyors other, but Johnston no longer had future
up rosey. Some of the most re, weeks of 1963 might be leveling of personal services .
his Dalton defense Construction of first paved roads in Naples Park ;
liable business Indicators of off, or worse. Housing starts are drooping a On May 13, the battle erupted. I
things to tome are taking on New orders strengthen earlier, bit. Permits for future construe Gen John D. Hood of Johnl>ton'. Improvement of U.S. 41 from Dadc-Collier Line west to Mon
healthier glows after a t i-erlod of reports| that Industrial production lion also clumped a little In army attacked Sherman's center
roe Station ,
whole was climb
hesitation. as
April. I
Sherman retaliated by sendingJoe
Factory orders for durable InK and employment Increasing, But housing experts warn that Hooker's corps Into Hood'sflank Construction of 32 miles of Naples to ImmokaUe Highway I
The record
roods took a big Jump In Aprilto more than seasonally the Industry Is a tricky one, with and Hood's attack witheredand
a record high of $20,6 billion, order bat klog should keep month to month changes the died Next day, Sherman Construction of the road to Isles of Capri .
a 7 |*r ('I.'IIt1mb\ In one month. output on the upgrade: : for May rule and trends hard to slat knocked two holes In Johnston's ?1--- I
Although shipments also sot arll'or.I and probably June. Some federal authorities havebeen line and rained artillery onto r I Construction of Bonita Beach cut-off road .
the orders poured In at At the consumer level the. expecting a slowdown In the town of Resaca. Johnston
sue h a rate that the backlog of prospects are bright, too. Personal home construction, and especially pulled out, and on tho 15thf,>r. Construction of the Dick Goodlette Road ,
unfilled orders. advanced to $49 Income has risen to a new apartment building, after the man occupied Resuca.
billion. That all but guaranteesbusy high of $483.1 billion, at an an. big spurt last year. VacanciesIn Administered sanitation and cleanup program for Immokalee.
schedules for many far. nual rate. Business translatesthis \ many communities have been
dol, PUPIIIS ON Was directly responsible for the Agriculture Experiment Station .
torles for weeks and even Into more spendable mounting, cooling the ardor of But he didn't Mop As fast as I
months to come. lars to be tapped\ for finished builders. Johnston's army retreated south. of Immokalee .
A happy factor In the flow of goods. or for services. The consumer is still spending ward, Sherman's swept along bo. I
orders, as spring got going Is Cash dividend payments, rose for other things, however hind It, repairing railroads as it $595 I It would take enormous space to list all of the projects which EwellF.
that It marks a rebound from to $1.13 billion In April, 9 pe> And the competition for his moved to keepconnectianwlthlhe Moore actively participated, In both Countywide and In Im 1
two months of retreat from the cent more money than stock dollar Is keen.Richard. North. Johnston pulled up atCassvllle mokalee.
40 miles north of LOWREY
Atlanta, to make a stand, and Ewell F Moore at all times during his term of office put'the Interest .
i Weston Sherman celled hIs army togetherto PIANOFun of worthwhile civic projects ahead of his own business I

GRAND GIFT Gets Specialist attack Next morning,May 20, Kwell: F. "Pappy" Moore kindly solicits your VOTE AND SUP-
-A Sherman was surprised to find hippinemi accomplishment POItT in the comhiK election MAY\ 26th and pledges his continued
Rating In Army Johnston had retreated again. ,a LOVVKBY piano None I
Sherman halted there to rest a (wMemon that can bring I efforts for good govenlment for the people of Collier County ,

GRADUATEa Richard C. Weston son of Mr bit, and he caught up on tho news theM to your child-Ia.tinKly.
for and Mrs. Max A. Weston, \1438 from Virginia of the bloody Ilandcraftedhy the makers of THANKS AGAIN
the famous LOWKEY
Murex Drive, Naples, has Ju.tbeen battles of the Wilderness and Full ring of ty It-Hand finnhri I I
promoted to a specialist, Epottsylvanta. As he rested, (ebony, mahogany, walnut,
made-by-Kodak camera fourth class, rating, according there also came news of two Union cherry), : EWELL F. "Pappy" MOORE
genuine to word received here yesterday.He defeats In Virginia.
Is serving with 17th Batil. Both had
happened May IS,
lion of the Signal Corps, stationed one In Shennandoah Valley and Van Der Veer I CANDIDATE FOR
at Karlsruhe, Germany and the other on the James River Just Commissioner of District 5Paid
I I recently completed an advanced east of Richmond In the valley, Music Center County

mi.-- electronics course.A i hastily assembled army of 5,000 1949 9th St Ml 2-6632 ( Polit/cet/ 'Ad""
1959 graduate of Naples High Confederates Including the VOTE ,
( i School i, he enlisted In February, . . sure to Tuesuayt ..rrrsrWDTER
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1902 and has been overseas
I October, 1962.
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I I I McKelway Explains

t IIII Freedom Of PressNEW

.I.i YORK (AP)-Benjamin
M. McKelway a leading figureIn
American journalism for
many years says "freedom of
the press means freedom from
Jn tamOUC
KODAK Cameras all regulations save those self
Imposed by responsible self re.

Bright new day in the pleasure of picture-taking! strain!."
"The ronl'elIn any formof -
With a Kodak (nifomofie; com.ra, you load Inrtonf/y' / aufo- a referee or policeman sit
mot/colly/ 10 It's .osi.r than ear to tike good pictur. No tong In Judgment upon the performance
threading nO fumblino-lCodopok film cartridges drop rightinlTh.re of the press and seek
four mod.I.-ali with buill.in Sash units- ing to enforce that Judgment Is'undamentally
and th.y all toke color slides, color snaps, and block-and- concept of press opposed freedom," he
whit. pictu" ". Cont in and choose the on. Ihot' right fo you. said.

McKelwa, editorial chairmanof
Complete ca111era.utSte. from S 17..95I the Washington Star and former .

president of The Associated
Press, delivered the sixth Pu
/ I'Itzer Memorial lecture Thura
I NAPLES CAMERA SHOP day at the Columbia Graduate

I School He said of Journalism that under the con This Is Collier County's Great Concern -

"Your Photographic SpoclolUl"8375thA stltuttonal guarantee of a free,
press newspapers are not 11
censed and are In t category
.... S. Ml 2-245 different from that of television

and radio. An adequate number of WEIRS must be placed in all MAJOR drainage canals.

! t ALL DRAINAGE DISTRICTS must be under the complete control of the County.

Salt water encroachment must be stopped.If .


elected on May 26,1 I promise to do all in my power to conserve and protect our FRESH WATER supply.


Burns PROVEN Means PROGRESS Business Please Vote For Wm. H. 'BILL' HenningYOUR


Burns has 15 years of successful COUNTY COMMISSIONER

public administration behind him as chief

I HAYDON executive of one of the Southeast's most / \

I p- perms cities. DISTRICT THREE *r\

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CLASSIFIED LBJ Hopes For Grand Slam

Victory At Polls In FallBy

FRANK CORMIER other president In U.s. history.

ADS FOR WASHINGTON (AP) Lyn. Adn like the army of other

don Baines Jolmson, Friday sU politicians, small and mighty,

months In the presidency$ is reported Johnson Intends to stand on his

to be'training' his sightson record.lie .

a grand-slim victory at the bus, In IhU tialf.year from

polls in November 50 states autumn to spring, labored like a

and the District of Columbia. muledrlver to try to whip the

Johnson, who stepped out (if New Frontier legislative pro.

the background Nov. 22 to grasp gram through Congress but

Midway 2-2107 the torch of government from emblazoned with the fresh LBJ

the fallen John F. Kennedy, brand.A .

- often talks Texas tle about dedicated poll watcher
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standing tall. Johnson 1s very much aware

Friends ray he hopes to stand that a recent Gallup poll credits

I taller on the political horizon In him with greater popularity NEA Radio-Telephoto)

I Announcements 23-Mitt. For Sale :28-Autos! For S lea 49-Houses For Rent 57-Houses For Sale another six months than any than President Franklin D.

Roosevelt enjoyed In May 1936. NO SMILE FOR BIRDIE-

PlAZA BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE AT .12 month. w. written USED CARS warranty RtNIAL6 eautfuf.. ,Large. like bedroom new with CBS twi DuP'e .. That was the year FDR car. Soviet Premier Khrushchevfinds

1626 E T.i&.md Trail ART'S ART SHOP 1960 Chevrolet 4 Dr 2 .droom furnished hom.. beds. walk I cloteti. tile, ball PUBLIC NOTICE rled every state except Maine sizzling, 100-degree

Midway 266723BoitsMotors Horn Tahltlan Bar Stoola and Herdtop VI AT Near Sea Ode School 20000 w in. tl'dmg giatt" doort lining, and Vermont rolling up a land. temperature and searing sun
'Rado 129500 room kitchen 4 ,
Lquor.' Cabinet Matched Ml 1961 Rambler Custom St Z bedroom furnished '1'1. rend.t.on.d. electric hot City, T... public are informed HEARING that S I slide record that still stands too much to muster a smile

Acces. 2 JOOI 5/3,41 Wag. Real Clean nice 9000S Deter. 57b yearly. Aauitn. no I public hearing. will be held' at 1hCourthoutt .i Johnson calls Roosevelt his for photographers at Aswan,
-- U Cl >ulomelio meshsr, Cell AT Radio, 119500 ptti. f 0 Boe 4J Naples Eait Naple Fl... it Egypt.
BOAT BROKERAGE Ml 2 7)74 5/24.15 1962 Chevrolet HT Pickup, bedroom unlurn.h.d apt.5tve 129.III 11:00: A M.. Tuesday June I. 1964| "second daddy, but being a

let 01 goll clubs end cart Four New ,Paint, Rum end reI. 17.50 fan the purpoa of hearing any complaint ., man who likes to stand tall lie-; ,
LISTINGS URGENTLY IuitCSsol. Land Y.chl Herbor .like. new 119900 RENTAL 58-Lott For Sale or raoni why the follow, Intends to do his "dead levelbeflt" tend the food stamp plan to
NEEOEDI 1963 Ford 6 Ton Pickup, WE NEED LISTINGS .
leg should not bt rezoned as d*
14 B Pier 1/2031 provide price supports for
Bob Mtrtm Ml IJ7S7Brunk Oven,re tires 149500 *cr.bd herein: -a pet Johnson phrase-
Smith, Chrli Craft Sale 1959 I Ford RenchwegonNew SEE CARIBBEAN REALTY PORT ROYAL t.ol22.. Gal PARCEL B: All that tract or parcel!I to beat that record. wheat growers. And when the
111.11 24-Mici. For Rent Ring Etc 79900 leer Drive For Sale or Trade of land lying and being. In th*I House voted last December fora
w-1rwtor.r CabinCruner 1954 Chevrolet NT Pkupn Where Customer Sand Their Write G J. Herbert 2620 Pop. Southwell on*.quartr of Section 12, It this sounds audacious, the
launched NovemberI960 IF carpet look rul and dreery ruit AT Look F,..nd." Road Oiren ConnCofluir Teonshup 00 SoutN. Range U East: President Is not one to sell him. foreign aid rider aimed at

Twin, 111 Gray. ileepi remove the spell at they ap and rum perfect US 00 North Trail Ml 26155i1rT lendiTir.e lot Fined being, mart particularly, dteribd I ICe self short. Woven Into the rec. thwarting wheat sales to the '

4. ii htad galley. dinette, pier with Blue Luttr Rent ItS Studebaker Lark hou" ';;J1rnFe location. |S,000. Owner Midway follow: Bin, at the Southwellcorner ord of Soviet Union, Johnson won a re.
his first six months In
Ice bo.. outrigger and th,p to electric ihempooer $0. Neplei Sodas Red ColorReconditioned JJIMS9I after I: 11394. !/ll.101 of Section 12 Township, 50
.ho,. Cut b. .... .t N.pl.. I Furniture Co 1/24 495 00 Waterfront Loti-- South Rang 2! Eat thane run I office Is a never.tiay-dle spirit versal.
city DocS Fo, Inlom.loon call Ill Buick, Herdtep FOR- -RENTS -- --- North 0II 2 to" West a dittanc I As leader of Senile Democrats Sometimes It seems that John.
MI 2..690 S/liSt Sedan. AT Etc 19900 bedroom home Vanderbilt Beach Ettatai of 1213 44 fact to a point, : th.ncerun
1961 Chevrolet HT located In In 19rOh! son believes all things are pos.
Pkup the Johnson's
26-Peronal Aqualane ihoro the Lot I. block L. unit' 2 South 62- 04' 09 Et ad ,
on water
SPECIAL ReconditionedComplete, This home ii completely/ fur Lot I. Block J. unit, 2 tanc of 167 05 feat to a point, *aid, strong point was an ability to slble If the presidential will Is

19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1957 Chevrolet LWB C.III. 114900 niehed Priced for only' 1135 00 15.SOO Cash for both lets. Phone poit, being the Point, of a Curve 01 compromise the views of sleidfast .
Men or women wi'h, drinking' on yearly .bill, To show: call or write Don Holland 740 123 I a curna to the Southeast luaudcorn. I oppos.ing
runabout, twin 40 H.P. problem AsS for help by calling Chain Lots ef MI 2.4749 at VIVIAN 000. Avenue. T reason. Ulund' Fl.. having a cantral I angle of 4': factions and fibhlon coali.tlons Certainly this was true of his .
Mile Left 59900 REALTOR Phone 3M7'54 10 40'. an are dutence of 422 I'' approach to the flve-year-old
Johnson motors with only Ml 4)51 Visitors cordiallywilcomed 1952 Chevrolet I Tan .! 134 8th Ave So capably of charting major
1'24.101 and a radio' of 6711 65) laid point 1
Meeting In First Panel new tire 19900 _ legislation. In fact his dispute that threatened a na.
15 hr.. sfrsce new 2 18 Baptut Church Anne on SIN GOING VACATION BY\'i R: lying on the North easter ly right ol emplia
It t Slit Ave. Tuei end I 1955 Buick led anA RESIDENTIAL way (line of U I. 41 <( was
all controls every class old I ROOM COTTAGE LOT IN CYPRESS so
gal tank car 299 00 SLEEPS WOODS i ,
gas ), thence following th* curv
,, '
i I 30 P M advisers warned
that Johnson
night al INGRAM CHEVROLET. Inc. t ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. PRICED AT "". MI 23/11. atari of the North seller ly right marked that, at times, dls.
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail..r RUBBER STAMPS theti'S 130 Ninth, St N. Ml 21105 EN. AVAILABLE BY WEEK 4/264 of.wy Una of the Tamiami Trail'I grunlled Democrats libeled him would risk Injury to his prestigeby

complete package good imprettion, Any"... Naplei. Fie Of MONTH IN NORTH CARO. Mr' Sharp' e,dupleiTlota near: to the Southit run 422 10 feet to lying down committing the force of the
On. dey service. Collier. Counly 1964 Irolktwanon Sunroof ATI LINA 3700FT. ELEVATION. Sea Oats School. You have to a laid point being Iha POINT I Lyndon.
U,811I.! See at 1650 Murex New. If H. WW mane lit,... Original' CALL Ml t 6117. 1110.11 mike money on these lott ..ro'G I and being on th*I As President, Jolmson has presidency to a hopeless cause,

Drive, or call Bill Tucker, cott 1200 May b c.e.o at '1 bdrm. fore. dreem ho" All for 14.500. Q H. LUFF, South aestar,ly line of the Collie been a different kind of leader. he went ahead and staged last.
33-Services Offered LUFF CMC 421 Ilk St N. Each room his glase hiding' R... R E. Broker 421 9th St County Court House property Thence Time ditch negotiations in the White
Midway 2-42'JS Excellent .6I2Ut door tiedini, to Ienlnocrsened N. 1/1.4. run North 42* 07' 17" East a di,*. and again, he has refused
-- porch Lovely bath with aunken lance: of (00 ft to a point, : Shied I to take no for an answer. House lie got the settlement.The .
Buy! "ft list Sell!! tile tub. H North 17' 07 17" .
SEA WALLS e.rne w Sea Gate run East a di* When ConerpssS boated rail agreement was wide.
1960 Renault 4 CV 1195 00 MI School Ml DIM 412UI 59AcreageWill land* of 431 31 fttt to a point: thtnct
44' 41 or pigeonholed important ad. ly regarded as something of a
Business Opp CONCRETE WOOD ROCK 2 6333 1/24.11 run South vu West a dn'
Foundation Piles trid eereace for 4 wheel lance of loll 59 fttt to a point: ministration bills, he has Insist. miracle. So, too, was enactmentof
SI-Wanted To Rent drive Je.o. Collier Counly Real.I said point lying, on the Northait ed the in
KITCHEN CABINET DISTRIBUTOR 44 Mobile Homes on another, vote. This has biggest tax cut history.
Eitete. Ml 23919 Open Sun ly right of way Una of tha Tamiami
wanted for the most, Docks-Mooring Whips d.VI.OlIlck. Trail (U S. Rout* 41)), thence following been true of measures to raise When Johnson took office. It
of modular kit WANT
complete line T'IOI.r ..,'h Cebana end cer' TO RENT To th ecurne lure of the North I the of federal seemed quite possible the Sen.
chin c.bn.1I, In .oulh"n Cloy IACEN Automatic ABBOTTRadio f deal l acrea. 551...r pay executives,
pars erreillarse I. Nice 10'CII'on. t 1 latterly rl.ht.ol..y lint of U S.
or ,
Id. ".ply Boo 1737 A S.22.71 furniahad or 'ere. Collier County Real Es.let. to finance ate would take
MI 14111 It 2 2792. unfurnlihed on Bonita, Beach .. 41 Olid curve having a central the International De. many many
MI Z .

$/ U7.11 for monthi of June July and 117..tl P"' 8undiiDISTRESS'I anNIe of 2' 34 24". ." arc of 260' velopment Asscxlatlon to ex. 'months to act on tax leglsla.

Radio Road Rent or sale: tr..I. 10ful..' Auiuit Write, particular, and and a radlu of Sill 65'1) a Online :tion. Johnson broke the logjamby
12-Help W.nted 26042 24353 2/M7I/ ly furnilhed 135 dn |35 a price to Naplei. P. O Box 957. I Owner neada of 260 fttt to a point I
money 10 eerie. |650 total undercutting opposition witha
Summer Hour! month Let than $1100 Midway lad point being the Point, of B. !
price Collier County Real El PUBLIC NOTICE
2 5MI 1/12.11 ginning murhpubllclzed economy in
Couple with no children to live Monday through Friday 54-TfiJe tale. MI 23919. Open Sundayi
In at fnh'n| retort. Domeetic 500 to 5:30: PM. or Sell 1/20 tf PARCEL C: Commencing at th* I government Droeram.
and lenaril I melnt on.nc I Small CloiM Saturday I 5:00 PM. Southwest corner of Section 12: IN THE COURT OF THE laughed'
lalary. Reply Bon 1737 A 4. Viet Shoe Repair 45-Trailers For Rent Trade three year old home Will trade acroaij''f"FR' thence along the West lint of md COUNTY JUDGE. Many Americans
C. C Newt 6,203* 1/IO.IOt St Peteriburf NE. section for vehicle. Collier Counly Real Section, 12. North 0' II 50' WetS COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA. when the President dramatizedhis

Part lime and lull time me di '1,..I"! II a week. with TV. lot or three bdrm home In Eitate Ml 2 3919. 0 i2'o. Sun list 24 fttt: thane North 19* 41' IN PROBATE. pinch-penny proclivities by
.nd houttmon needed at the SEAWALLS 110 a week Speces 15 a week Niplei' Write or phone H. W. !.L y __ wi.tfllv 0Eait 70 00 fttt to the North IN RE: ESTATE OF
Beach Club Hotel Apply In Rock Creek Trailer, Park. Sehermen ISO S. Wethlneton. acres on I Immokalee, Rd.> wttt corner of the Court House lit, *: REUBEN J. NECKERUAN dousing lights in the White I IlIou6e.
perton to the houtekeeper. and ROCK GROINS 4/2ltf Blvd Saraiota. Ph 55 3940. 17500 cash Your chance for a th.ic* continuing North 1941' 10* Deci-tted However he set an ex. I
1/24.31 1/21.JtnOkor"6rTLOT_ good Investment CARIBBEAN East 135 00 fttt: thtnct North 55' TO ALL CREDITORS ANO PER. that Is. home
Crotot leowolli, docks Lane 9bedroom REALTY. 3750 N. Trail Midway 12' 45' Eait 542(3 Ittt: thence SONS HAVING CLAIMS: Oh DE hitting -
48-Apts. For Rent ., i bath home priced 21159 4'11.lh..11, North I' II 50' Wed 14344 tttt ISlANDS AGAINST: SAID ESTATE: evidenced by the recent move
13-Help Want. Female pIers and groin et 111,100. Mortgage payment For treiler srI hom..t.. for the PLACE OF BEGINNING of You and each of you art hereby to substitute hydrogen for hell.
MARAThONDREDGING Furnished apt for rent 111 per JS7 per mo Want city lot cere tract. 2U acre I ov.r thli dnerlplion, : thence North 0' II notifitd end required to ......nt '
acre urn In weather balloons. The
week Inquire at 1405 CreechRd CARIBBEAN REALTY 3750 N. tract with 50 Wttt 20000 Ittt: thence North any claima and demand which you.
for law office electricity >
Secretary Li young. 4121.11 T..II.'IIIII t.I1H. Other big, ndreeds 19 41 10' East 105170 Ittt: thence or either 01 you may heveegeinut $14,000 saved by the Weather
lood typut p.rlenc.rntr CO.D.dg.Dogll". acreage tracti South 5' 52 43' 117419 the
4121. thatf55Stores Eait feel: eitate of REUBEN J. NECKER.
Ml 14700 1/17.11 120 dn |20 per mo and Bureau In this fashion won'tpay 'J
quired Furnished I
epertment Collier. up. thinca South 47* 15 23' Wttt 1210 46 MAN. deceaied. late of md Coun.
S.no, beauty 01'0'. 5001,. Huge living.room kitchen 2.3919!. Open County Sundayi Real Eitate. Ml fttt to th* North easter ly right' of.wty ty. to the County Judg of Collitr off the national debt, but '
bIlty, 01 "mman.cng '''01'. Good and Doiler Work. and bath MI 2 3691 2111.11 Office t/16tfwtha line of the Tamiami. Trail (U S. 41)): County. Florid I at his. office In the It's a start and It has helped '.
"1 bedroom furnished eliciency' thence along laid .hl.ol..y I In, *. court houit of laid, ,
.ht p..on. So. Alroan Rd Ml 2-4323 County at East
r.rrt: .: Rpll'2 .'* I apt No pen or children.2 .-.**!.. No t. 2nd star DtjjhU ....,. ** acre rtaeTTlFbTdn. and Northw..t.rly 160.00 hit along the Naplei. Florid' within, _nxc4en' win Johnson applause from critics .
Nu W4Y SPRAY CO -Spray 3317 or Ml' 2..... IW fOU'C"' vj Ml 10 per Mo 1l7 4renBarkau II 00 per "' 0.' ... Intereit 1150 ire of a circular curve conotvt to d..r months from the -thme. tof in* tul -big government spending.
Paining win Interlock for 170 (10 -I 100'' .' .'/.( .. > lO|:*> One..nil from Golden Gate the SouthwMt ndiu SlOg 65 ftttbtended fir.t publication, of this notice, Two Johnson
14-Help Wanted MalePart ravel apec ally. Furn I bdrm ith Avt So MI 1 1141 City, Collier County Real El by a chord which bear cop,:ti of each claim or demand repeatedly proclaims
PS.. lrr'I'M4tll. Licenied TV. Air Condo eptt 745 Elfucl.e.Clue. 4th 0/01sf f 1.1. Ml I 1"". o-8un- <"". North 44* Of 49" Welt 25991 feat: hall bt In writing and shill utah* his desire to be "president of all
4 mured Art Schulthe. Midway 1t1611wth. tlrencl North 44* 41 00" EmS the place of rendtnce and "
post of the And In six
Ave So Ml I 4522. 5/5.tfOne people. months
time Iniuranco Inspector ,
I.U04.Tel.p"on. Illl 19 fttt: thence North 17' 07' 17" lie addrm of the
Naples a.... Write P O. to I ""bedroom; furnished apart. 57-Houses For Sale FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSE East 12912 fttt: thence North hall be sworn to by claimant the claimant and he has worked feverishly at sellIng .

191 Miami Da 13I3S ent..armg aervictlite ", .nl. Very reeaonabl to couple IN OH ROAD SURVEYED f 52' 43* West 710 00 Ittt: thtnc agent. attorney and accompanied by himself-and with some ape'parent
170 it smell off,.. with sign, .ho will malntem yard and do FOR SALE 15000 THDOWAtgwJO:: Q A North 0' II' 50' Wait 143 41 fttt: a filing, fee of one dollar and tuch
$uUO; IVr Month tpace and receptionist' lervice torn painting Adulta only' no Lovely college completely furnnhed BECK AND thence South I7' 07 17" Wool claim or damand not 10 filed ahall success.
Call 2435138Autos. pet*. Phone MI I 2.3534.. 124One for only IS.000. Located AVE. Sf)REALTORS. Ml' 2 5221. 413 ITH 173.00 fact to the Place of B.. b. vO'd.' A few months ago, street
.. ,.
I need a men who .11I. to
; on a kilN lot nicely lendicaped of /Gertrude R.
bedroom furnithed apartment inning: containing II71 acrti N.chrm.n crowds that turned out for Johnson ,
make 1600 per month te loll Very reeioneble to couple DIFFERENT. IH' land; more or le... IsF (ieorgs M. NeckermanAu
the famous White, C'OI. Plan : For Sale .10. will maintain yard end do 1 bedroom and I bath. nice ACREAGE The fortgolng to bt rt toned from Co.*xecutor* of the were modest In size and restrained .
'A and .,...nll N..I.. L..d. seine painting Adult only not kitchen/ law !living room HOW I acre tracti located Agriculture to CIA Commercial Lilt Will, and Tenement of in their applause. But
*", ilhed/ Write Banker Lifedually swimming pool and 1'.100.C..d lust one mile' from US 41. Owner Dewey R Qargiulo REUBEN J.
IN Phone Ml 2 3634 t/24 : NECKE.RMAN\
and Co 101 A"r EVERY WAY 5 In Beautiful, I landicaped Drive on to this. property with BOARD OF decaaiedaAWKS recently when Johnson visited

PI.,.. laraiota or call 155 1711 EVERY DAY Cffickinciei, Day Week or lot near tha beach for only your ow lcar.n 0 compare It COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I EMERSON 13 states In 13 days, his recep.
6124.11 129.>00. Let ui show thus to you egalntl any other! Only. 111 Florida Attorneys for the Eltlt
Collier of
_ _ You r* safer If select Month IRIS MOTEL). Ml down full County :ions everywhere bordered on
price |79I For
)arTm. nv..l.ula *.nl.d your next Used Car from p usa *r .Ml 2 1151.Mod.r. today further Information (SEAL REUBEN J. NECKERMAN
our contact: Decened the triumphal.
MUST SlAVE IKPE''ENCE' nock of .. I bedroom unfurnlihd D T Jon,, Margaret T. Scott Clerk
top quality Spic end Enterpriiei
3 badroomi 2V baths large llvIne Inc 165 6th
Wetl CO"1 R. W. Avenue South
D.t.ctov. A..ncy.till By Butty Johnson rarely makes a
Span guaranteed Used Care with complot Midway 21340, P. &.
.. : ,room nice kitchen, with Box 173. Neplti. Florida
1211 =I.rk
1/24.11 Come 'In ... for / kitchen Hair beach end
end vounelf M.y24.Dr.UIrJ speech without talking about
built In lane
appliance! /*/ Benjamin .
"XiC: ndtonn., ..I.. 6) Galena. 4 dr. lull powerR hopping. 395 tth Av*. So Ml #159 O Park
.n..r. icraened the for
porch overlooking the firm civil rights and poverty. And in
i H AT I. H 0.3353. 1/25,51
Mu.I S..I. live, 61 Income
If..r. Ia center and Property
iep.ri.nce. In .sl.m.lio4 and.drawie brand n..1! 25" 00 O..n.r' .larga lunll..d elf. beach kainears nice, lendicnoed lot all NOTICE 01 INTENTION TO May 24. 31 June 7. 14. 1964 *157 recent weeks, he has added

122.3116Help. Phone MI 11147. () H Monie 15000 cp*. AT R 209100 Cllncy. Air" condo Sr on.cra ClApIs. thu, for only 119.500. .Islander' Apartment Close to Thi REGISTER undersigned FICTITIOuS does hereby NAME certify IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN medical care for the aged to his

12 Buick Spec convert MI 1.4UI or M. 1-2IU.- beach and .ihopping Owner III. th.t WI are Cenducting, a CI. ANP FOR COLLIER COUNTY catalog of items he plugs with
To ate any of the above call food term Marlowe and Beck
VI PS. AT R H meet and .11,11I products bulisessat FLORIDAIN
Sabal Shores Apt drumbeat
VIVIAN OQQ REALTOR 124 Realtor. 413 SIN Ave So. Ml
Available a clean 230500 Naple. Florid under the' fie PROBATE No. 101
YEAR ROUND LIVING Ith Ava So Phon. MI 24749Anociatai 11221 3/1 ittf Persistence Is word In
the key
II' Imperial cpa *.lraclean titiou' mm of Patio, Product of In re: Eitate of
2695 00 Modern one bedroom and effcieney FOR SALE Naples and that laid firm it com. ARNT VANVIK dectlltd Johnson's
M N T.k. c.r. 01 elderly pee TV Dan Burglund approach pressing
furnlihid Zelpha HayroSORRENTO
61 Rambler Americanwa Apt Apertmanti posed of the following mhaoenamee NOTICE TO CREDITORS
pie In my hom.. WY 22663. near Ski beach and person his
BonI., Ipringt 1117.tl .on. AT Fact air" 1191.00 cibl In Monthly or yeer GARDENS 4 bedroom shopping, center. contiiting. of and places 01 maO codes crci1 All creditors of the eitata of programs. lie summed It up
kO Rambler Super round MI 24455 Kelly 1',. end 3 bath brickfront beauty 4 soIl, 3 completely, furnished. follow: ARNT VANVIK. d ideas.d. ere hereby like this when he was discussing
Available after July lit re. .Id.. eir 195.00 reee Ave lIJ.tf T",. very lergl and spacious end the other pertly furnished Ralph Turner notified and required to file any the before
11 rid U 8 Nevy Veteran 20 60 Valiant 4 dr AT I bdrm furnithed Neerbnach home has living room family' Priced to sell good Icr,,.. Call C. O Crawford claims or demand which they may poverty program a
yeari active, duly. Wh,te. male. RIoH 19500 end apta Weekly room with, full brick elevated VIVIAN OQG REALTOR for C. M. Crawford have againit laid,, aitate 'In the of. J iew York audience
aga 4) Electronic, technicianlicented 51 Chen 4 dr hdtp full menthl ( fure lac.. .hdn", elass" deere. 10p.tlO appointment, to show 124 5th Ownerihip of PttiO, Product of lice ol the County Judge of Coll:or 'We are going to strike the
by U. S. Vine Illandl power fact air, sharp 795 00 ay 2 II04r 'ound'3/tt .tf Lance kIch.n, with .nIl Ave So. Phone Ml I S 4109.Cenlnally Naplai I II ti fellows: County Florida' In the Courthouie
0 over.mint II SI ociricia. n end 59 Crown 'Imperial 4 drHO cu.lo", bult ubl..I. dllpolIl. Ralph M Turner 50'* 'at East Naplti. Florida within, sue hammer of truth against the an.
plumber Ch,ef Engineer on TP ancel eond d'.h..r. r.n.. ".c.I'o" located laundry and C. D. Crewford 25'* calendar months from the data of vII of public opinion again-
Cable T V. lnllallaion. Field, lowner 1595 M 49-Houses For Rent room could be used aa f,fth adiom Income ng. Marlow store building, with' 6. M Crawford 25'% the lint publication, of thus notice and aga'n'! -and again-'until the
Superintendent C onitruc lion. 59 Pont ee Conv bedroom has adioinlng, / bath and Beck It i. our Intention' to apply to Each claim or demand mult be in
Chief Engineer Teitile Procen. AT PS PB 109500 Office, could alto be uted ai Realtori 413 6th Ave So Ml I In* Clerk of the Circuit Court in writing and m oltilote the place jars of this nation are open and
ins Plant/ Deilr/ relocete toNaples 51 Ford Cuitomlme 2 drRUH small bedroom Carpeting in 26221. 3/1111. led for Collier County Florida tortg of rtudtnce and pout otf,ce arldrettof the conscience of America iswako.
I with I. '.IYil Reply: AIR tick 49500 RENTALS5400SF livie, earee. terraito In bedroom .ittr .,.. laid name of II.tlO th* cla.mant and mult b* sworn "
MAIL, Sea .IJbl ThomaiU 16 Plymouth Savoy 2 dr. win* and lervice, ...... 62-Businen Product of Ntpltt under the pro. to by the claimant his ...nl. or hnttorney $ .
S Virgin, lilandi licit referancei wagon VI atick, SOS 00 S Fully lodded IV lOll with Property *.*,iont of Chapter 20953 Law of or will, became void, ... Unquestionably, domestic con.
1/17.11 51 Plymouth 4 dr APARTMENTSFURNISHED. faced driveway double car Florid. Acts of 1941Witntti cording to lewMARTH .
Enpenenced"aecretary will fill' RAN Hick 49500 nort Just I IH vein old Price ghway" frontage 130 e front our hands. thl* 24th day WALKER cerns have dominated Johnson'spublic
51 Cadillac 4 dr AT UN'U"'ISHEDVIA" "' foot Between Naplei and Marco .
In while, 1)46011 CARIBBEAN RFALTY. of April 1964. Adminiitretrm of the utterances during the
your lecretary I II on Island
vacation, Aveil.ble is Jun. fact PS. PB air. P ...1.. 74500 IEASON.J. 1740/Mhitf N Trail Ml t Ilii. ty Reel Estale turnoff. Open Collier IU"d.y.Coun65Gen. C.RALPH O CRAWFORD M TURNER deceased eitite of Arnt Venvik past six months. But problems

MI 23212. 1'14.11 W DYCHES REALTOR 1/20. w..tI abroad have multiplied In Pan.
TTidroom C. M CRAWFORD Tom Treadwell end ,
'W' IirIii "' irk or---und; WOOD CHRYSLER IOROKOTV AND TAYLOR Carl' A Swenion6S1 ama, Cuba South Viet Slam
home terratio floors. built ,in ,
Ihou.h summer monthS 10 "p
1144 idng
4,eaecenee I ye.r 01 college PLYMOUTH, INC. MI 2.2452 RO. drapei Included 1300 for Real Estate I7( Fifth, Avenue. South Ntplii 'Iorod.Allon.y. Laos
MI S 4353. IIO.th.2123Milc. J/ltfi monthly my equity and aitume SOS "Naple. Florida for AdminiitratriiMay Criticism of his record has

2640 N., Trail Ml 21551l t5! 8th .Av.nllt. South Ave Ph.pevmenti 2172 1114 1/20.61 Oiena SPRING SPECIALS. May J 10 17. 24 1964 $135 3. 10. 17. 24 1964 #140 cenlered on his conduct of for.
l 19b1 "underbordH..dlop. R A
For Sale S rACMF PONY"'IibRfl Vanderbilt Beach --- ---- elgn affairs The allegation
H. Power window' lean ,.c. : 'late
tory air condIo"n., Low mile, 1 Furniihed five rooms home. ON ,iOO' of wh te land beach LEGAL NOTICE heard most often Is that thePresident's
1 breakfait I aga Ml 24104 after I PM dote in, adulti only' 1110 CO 3 Bdrm I bath garage. CBS .Lagoon Ave h __14500 Notice ii hereby g ven that on the 21th day of May 1964 at lot pm.
Hired che n. I I"f".o: : till IClion'S month Call Ml 25745IM9tf with, icreened In pool end patio' at tha City, Hall In the City, of Naplei County of Coll,er. State of interest in this area
teneion Hoover Upright Sweeper lust reduced to III 990 unfurmined Channel Dr. __J5400 Florida Tao Sale Certificate will. in eccordance with Section 1114 of -and his knowledge of It Is

with attachmenla. lee at 430S23t lie A Litterbug One and two bedroom houletfurnilhed This it a wonderful buy the City Charter be told on the following Utter bed loll and parcel limited and
In scar item Royal I Hvbor loll ol land In the amount of the due contributes to stag
Orrh.!.:!.Drive City, water near ci May we sInew pail intlallment and accrued Interest
-- Trail and achool Three to you th,I property today CARIBBEAN on special' aiitiiment for Sanitary: Sewer Improvement! aliened Ineccordanca nant, unimaginative policy.
. -J------ choose from "...on.bl. ratet REALTY 3750 N. Mullt Lane __1690017950 with article II of the City Charter and centirmed by reiolutioni Johnson bridles at this argu.
r- Trail Ml 261SS 4/JJihnl number 927 4 921 The amount duo art It aneese! opposite ,
From |55 to I6i per mo Merlin D,. Lovely view of with all of ing that he has a strong back.
.. 2 4009 H W. Welkin 1/17.tfIfrARLY MOORINGS DELIGHT the lima togtthtr cotta tuch me and advertnementDeicnption .
I:1i: RENTAL Three bedrooms. t bath can Naples BayRemember ---11310 ground in foreign affairs and devotes
; tral heat and air cond,tionmg a great proportion of his
UNFURNISHED I bdrm IHbath Cirp.t.ng. throughout encapt 2 to rent. buy or AiTe'liment
bedrooms .II" contact ORIGINAL NAPl[ Owner time to them.
Complete kitchen
retidence 1109 me in
J W DYCHES per eluding disposal and ihwatner Lucille, Otta Leah Brown PLAT BOOK I. PAGE I. and Coal At home and abroad, the
1144 3rd St .... ,. N,cescre.ne 4 porch. Paved Vorll Marcum Bob Jaeger LoIs 13 to 17 mcl 4 South H of North
Ml 22452 driveway aodded lawn land South alleys and Wait 25 Lot II Block II. M,.. Suiett D great compromiser of the 1950s
I "" leaped Phon. MI 2 4104 after DEWEY POLLY Tier I. Shelmir 1470.7( has emerged In six actIon.

One- -bedroom-furnishodOr5n'; '; L_PM 1/25,11 N 40'oflotsh3&l0&No 00'ofW.i/3sf packed months as a man of un.

furmihid house Call after 4 j bdrm 3 bath home. 150 from REALTY lot 15 BIb 11 T. 3. Emily" M. Crag, 10." yielding forre. The next six
PM Ml 25011 1/21st b"C C.nt.1 heating end air RIDGE LAKE PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 13
Corner of .lit
Ave Uo i months
I bdrm furnilhed houte Near cond Marlowe mod Bock "..I. T.m"1 Trail Lot 19 Block 4. Ridge, Lake Ralph A. Boil.ck 221 14 will determine how wull
lore 413 SIN Av. 10. MI 2 the
H,gh School 1110 per mo Col 1l21. Ml 24351 voters like the new Lyndon
her County Real Ettate MI I" IIW'kltFROPdT May II 24. 1964 *UI Johnson.

2.3919. Other rental elto Open HOME 2 bed'
Sunday 1110 J' naomI .I 10111. Florida ream.arag f
FOR PENT" Located on seaoeliedcanal BUILDING ADDITIONAL

I bedroom lurmihed cottage en Clean and well cared for Paid Political
... lot 00 month Priced at 111 MO Ownorm'
loci to tell CARIBBEAN
I Near the ihoppmi center Call REALTY 3730 N. Trail Ml26I5J The public are informed thai apoblic AdvlSCHOOLS I
/ riearmgute wili' b* held' at the
SIN Ave So Phone Ml 2 4749 4/26 the' tf .. hO East Naples, CIa at

FurnusiredObdrm hou. Y..r iSOutol 19 ol ou- ret,remenl 11 I 19 A M Tuesday June 9. 1164.

oround. Neer K.k, C..k M' homes told on Mich'gaii, Ave. for the purpoie of hearing any com WILL BE A "MUST" IN THE NEXT FOUR YEARS
I 3110 1124 It Only t rtml nlng at I.470 Incnjd lamtt e reeton* why th. follow
., ng landtcaped icreen n. should not b. r* loned at da.
I : ed porch air condo See theiehome .cr bed hereinPraposad

before buying, any retirement Storter Subdivn, ly fIIs WHITAKER
STENOGRAPHERWANTED home CARIBBEAN leg in Section 34. Twp 49S Rang 00
RlALTY. J7SO N Treil Ml ZI i E t* b* r* ond from Air.
2 IUI. llthitfThr. Culture to R 3B 'es'dnluil Owner:

.. John Wesley end Opal Storler
bedroom so e.eo sI lanai
end lovely lendicapmg encloted BOARD OF Has the experience and know-how that will be invaluable to the
..,'h. Sturdy cyclone fence are COMMISSIONERS'
I I'rrmanrnt I'tmition amongjtniaoy, feature of thl 250 ALl)Col".r ecilMy Florida School Board in this respectELECT .
bedroom home on clyweterend
1.lt.-ane Working Conditions .....1110 Lake Park Only Margaret T. Scott Clerk
Iy R
I 510.150 ewneri.MI Term 2 4UI available before fPM SO Deputy W Clerk Beetty LES WHITAKER

CALL! May 21. 31. 1964 .0Sl|

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d the Want-t Ads J I TUESDAY MAY, 26th
"YXhould hire someone with M Want Adljfter For Appointment : I ,

)_ fOU I ally' need help I" L FOR AU THE PEOPLE


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I Hangar ScoopKnow Sunday, May ?4. t9U COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B
and Gulf Con i is "!ttnlor partner statue, membership In the CIvil
*" of the army Air Corp Air Patrol U open to all V.*.
Your CAP Antl-submarlni> i nmmand. ettiMM of good character.Nelth.
I R N E R MAWN SORENSEN OR THAT-?; er military nor aeronautical p>u

. . . . . . . .1 j Yes-lh United State Air Civil Air Pal; rol'. PNIIItIt job CAP perleneo membership required.I* divided At present ai.,
_4i has authwtwd Civil Air I. two.l members to wear official ting In local and 1 national ei.*r.enete and cadets, pilot and non-pllots.
J uniforms with certain dis ( *, Imiurtinr search adre Their ? The .atillacl-
nom the W1BC News The whether or not that fourth u Insignia. CAP member .mie, and t2i tevtloplnf and pay
point had his first league 200, a :207for Ion test come*with rendering
!iinals of the 1964 WBC Queens is w/hdcp or scratch. Some expected to purchase their eonduttfeic "i M>ri s at at Hnn
a 536. Gene Tessler pro- portent public service
Tournament will be televisedon uniform education r''r'lf"1' part of a
leagues use Individual hdcp and duced a lone 211, Marvin Le-
nationwide r nipt i
CBS television's "Sunday some use team hdcp. Checkon Masters 204, Joe Salmon ::;n? \ YOU KNOW-? (ram.Entirely. > aming pro. Heartwood, of black ttaln 1I t
j ports Spectacular" from StOO this point also. Find out Buck Perry 201 and Ron Town- Air Patrol's name reach- \ nr R from light brown to drrpihiHolite.
to 5:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight what your absentee score Is- send 200. (' to the early days of World NOW HF w I "t-t The mipwood near'\'
time on May 24th. The tourna here again some use average BROOKSIDE COUPLES D when CAP personnel flew \' ''I i I u 'md having white, but it is now common I.,
ment will be held In Minneapolis less 10 pins and others use There are many new bowlersIn missions off the Atlantic no effect v l' .',1"i w drift darken it by deeming or staining.
a feature of the 1964 average less 10 per cent. In this league. Pea Walter almost -
tflBC Championship Tournament either case the hdcp remainsthe
got herself a triplicate (Paid Political Adv) FINANCINGSCHOOLS
from 18-2V?.
same. Most forgotsomeuse Mike Pike led the league witha
Speaking of tournaments the lowest game of the 523-180 Ned Dorsey 515; ;-
The Furniture Fair Champion of bowlers on the opposite team. 203. Louise Wolford shot a uniform"A IS ONE OF THE MANY DUTIES OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
Champions Tournament began Going through the league 407-153. Hub Raru listed a ayl
May 22 at Pine Lanes for the sheets at the beginning of the r '
first four of eight games to be summer session there are 211 CLASSIC single and MIXER Gene -Dye- Harrv 03. LES[ WHUAKER( [X]
rolled off. Next weekend
many many unfamiliar names. Sauchelll blasted a 226 for a
teams will bowl at Brookslde.! Welcome to all you new bowl- 614 to lead the men. Huble 4 Has many years experience 11 handling large sums of money
Why not go and cheer for your ers and stay with us for the Hart came up with a 22' fora : belonging to others.ELECT.
league champion? winter leagues. 580 and Ike Wolford had a JUST TESTINGRita Coed-
The exact amount for the 579-213. Linda Sauchelll led de. of Lima. Ohio. tests temperature
sanction fee Is $1.25 for the BROOKSIDE BOWL the gals with a 521-198. Hazel of a local stream LES WHITAKERTO
women which win carry themto GULF SHORE Gene Dye Abrahamson totaled 498, Melba for early summer wading
the beginning of the 1965- sure splattered the pins with Cornell 4'79. Lucille Lord 473 possibilities i
66 winter of 226-204 and 211 fora
season. The men'sfoe games
and Ethel Jones 472. Tom Egg u II'
Is 40 cents, but they will 641 set. Francis Lordcleaned Can-
leston shot a 214, Earl
have to get a new sanction at the deck many times for a nady 207, Walt Brehm Russ RENEW WURDRIVWS r TUESDAY, MAY 26th
the beginning of the 1964-65 258 single and a 614. George Gay 201 and Gene Tessler 203. LICENSE/ THE CANDIDATE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE
season this fall. Taglarls tossed a 577-203, LADIES COMMERCIAL WRING YOUR :
Help your secretary by filling John Stull 575-234 Francis Patti Dozzle won herself a triplicate BIRTH MONTH r ..
Hall -- -------- -
out your league sheets. 573-232 Henry Daniels patch for three Identi-
Know how many points your 572 with two 200 games Vem cal games of 151. Elaine Shel-
league uses. If It Is four. Allen 564-213. Carroll Arnold don starred for the nlte witha
635-224. Agatha Cleary was
right behind her with a 534-

t There's Nothing Life It In 191. Hazel Abrahamson Hated -
Naples .. a a 432. Rose Morrison hada
lone 186, Gwen Bowers 166,
Reta Yates 157, Peggy Yahl- J
Nancy Keen 165, Virgin Hutto ,
vmageGreen 158-152. Bertha Bradley! two
nice games of 157-155 Nena
Ellis 152. Dee Shlmer 154,
Ann Davis 156 and Jean ? : RE-ELECT
flyder ,
154-twlce. ,J It, .
New Community of Cooperative PINE LANES ,. .
Garden Apartments for Adults Four teams had make upgamesfor t ..;: ; .
this league. High was RIchard __
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 Bohcr 512-191, Frank .
Leleser 504-191. Seems as ;a lUa
though 191 wasapopulargame- fir Your County Commissionerfrom
Miles I Ingersol also had one.
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE RED- Wllburn Bullard reached a 180,
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM Janet Reahard 160, Pauline Inge District 5
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE r soil 155 and Lauretta Fraley

WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. honors went to Gene Tlllman My Opponent's WANT ROADS IN COLLIER COUNTY?
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. and Helen Henson Gene led
4 the men with a 594-222 and
/ Helen led the ladles with a 514-
181.JackHatchcrcamc through SIX YEARS IN OFFICE Let's Compare Records!

/ rid Wa' e r1a4aci4tea with 576-210 a 58"-232.and Bill Tex Jones Kavcrman 666-

Reellon 202. Terry Murnan and Lll
Miller both had 498',. Terry
SALES REPRESENTATIVES using a 117 for her high tingle .. .. .
305 5th Ave., South MI 2-2124 and Lll a 186. Carl Arm- .
brust 204 le
produced a flu
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER Hart 202EvBaldwin200Glnny
Panlplnto 163 and Sue Tlllman

162. --; 9

Pete Doub's Record



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r 1. (Ca) Highway nearing 1/3 29 completion.through (Immokalee under construction

1. No primary roads constructed. Only talked about. (b) U.S. 41, Tamlaml Trail at Ochopee, several miles long,
II under construction.

\ c, 3'wi 2. SECONDARY ROADS (Ce) Tamlaml Trl:I south of Naples 4 laning, under con

I (a) Turner's Inhabitant River Road to tomato field, not paved no struction.

: .Cd( ) Right-of-way on Tamlami Trail acquired from Lee County

.. '".Z. (b) Miles City to cypress swamp not paved no Inhabi to Dade County with one exception.

(e) Ft. Lauderdale Road still In planning stage, first right

(c) Copeland Road to cypress swamp, not paved, no In. of way being acquired.
\ t habitants.


Is Your

a ( ) Pulling Road north of Naples Airport completed.b .

Garden ( ) Geodletfe Road now under construction.c .

( ) Boniti Beach cut off road now under construction.d .
Too Big For Your Lot?

( ) Naples Park north road now under construction.e .

( ) Belle Meade Road completed.
Before this happens, you should see the one acre

and larger homesitet ''n Blocks "H" and "Z" of III( ) Bridge over Barron River at Everglades completed.

PINE RIDGE EXTENSION. These are specifically
toned for the amateur horticulturist. Your hobbies f S 0

and your pets will enjoy the provisions of the PINE

RIDGE EXTENSION agricultural lonln,. All Above Verified
Facts Can Be Be By Public Record

I Write or phone for full details




Created by Collier Development Corp.


110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2.2131

SEE YOUR LOCAL REALTOR Commissioner, District 5.
?- C"IMI Mdhal MvJ


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8B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. May 24, 1964 p.rstlons are affect widely mind known and OM-OUTY PAULMECHAN1CSBURO
Ohio (AP)
Parliament last month by pro. body. From 10.30; p.m. to 6:30 a.m.
Drug Addiction posing that the government en- The growing narcotic traffic, five shifts I week, Paul Eo Wilnt
says one authority, Is based on is
courage production of Indian a correctional officer It
Shows IncreaseIn hemp because It was so profit. newly acquired knowledge of London state prison. After a
able. When the laughter of his high prices paid overseas for a 15-mile drive home, he becomes

colleagues subsided, the senator commodity which requires little bus driver for Mechanictburl .r

West Africa explained he thought Indian effort to produce. A pound of exempted Village School Diatrict.

hemp was used, as Indeed it can cannabis sold In Nigeria for $i88 If some youngsters fail to appear -

U.COS, Nigeria (AP-An un. be, solely for making rope. may bring $2,800 abroad. it's alto his job to round

happy bj-product of modern Cannabis, a part of the hemp Since It need not lead to real them up, at truant officer. Mon !

clvtlltatton drug addiction plant, Is the main problem. addiction, medical authorities days and Wednesdays, he's atill our most prized possession

has sharply Increased In one. The World Health Organisa say cannabis Is not as danger another kind of officer, serving

primitive West Africa. tion opposes the medicaluse of ous as opium or its derivativesor II policeman while Chief Cecil
Ghana's Ministry of Health Is cannabis preparations. Their other drugs. But it creates a Rickard and the other village I

producing movies to warn the production and consumption Is craving which In time may lead officer take a day of rest.
public against narcotics dan Illegal In most nations users to crime In order to get .
Finally, he la ambulance and HANDS
cers. Production of drugs In But In various places under money to satisfy the craving. hearse driver for a funeral home PLACE THEM IN CAPABLE

Nigeria Is growing rapidly. The various names-"klf" in Moroc. end works with Little

police seized 4,444 pounds of illicit co, "bhang" In India and Pakistan RENEW YOURDRIVER'S ball players. Despite all League this,
drugs in 1962 against 517 LICENSE/ ,1
"dagga" in South Africa, hit wife Maybelle "I
says: ace 1
pounds 1961. "marijuana" In North and DURING/ YOUR about as much ot Paul as moat ,

A Nigerian senator startled South America-cannabis: pre. BIRTH MONTH 'a wi Vet do their husband*.** IW

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LEGAL NOTICE L."I,," lab Stctlon, Port Royal .
Notice it hereby .'.,.., that en the 21th day of May IIM at I I,10: p mat Plat_lock 1,..Page. _100 __ ___
Hall In the C ty ot Naplat. County Collier' State of Florida, ;
hi.IYC :t
Tax I.! will" be told I on the following dateribad land and "tlIo", Q.
ptrtonal property to "., the amount due for I.... harem, tat opponte Lot n. Lantern L.ke C.c Port Royal Tccy..1 ux 20772
the dame. together with all COIl of such tale and advartitmgAm.unt .
., Naples Improv..nl Company Lltele ,.,"' ..
Deterlptlon OW", Tens A Cette PIN Book 2. Pap I EMOLEE

Origin.I Pl.t ,( NaplM. Pl.t Baok I. Pep S I/I of I/I Intarttt In C. E. Ball (.tat..
Lot It A N W S' of Lot II A I i: S' of
LOll II17 Inclu. At H of N..t. All.,. Mr.. Suitttt D. Lot II axe R/W HI I C L' __ ____ t.I rlie Ccot "It
a W. U' of Lot II. Ilk II T,. I .___' Sh.I"lro ___UOI.U R
Sun.Tarract' Plat Book_ _I, Pap5-
1/11 Inttrttt in C. E. (all Edit LOll II .
10 4 N. 10 of Lot II A part vac. N. William E. a Mary ,:.
4 1. All., Block I). Tur I -- Mite Scott 11 11 Lot II. Blk 0. Sun Tarraca M. Cruise 112 tr
ni at

Lot II 17 loot boo beg I E. corner Lot !Napes, Malghta.! ...!Rapist Plat Book I, Pate. II s.BARRETT .+a M4h
I Ito. W. ail l S lint Lot II U'. NE'I ly ra
141 7 to point II V W of I lint do Alleyth James A. A Lealyn d
E1S I' to E li Lot II; th S all E lint Lot I. Napl.t Hits Rtplat ___________ "OI'.nel' 1130H."I. ,
Lots II. 14 IS 1 II. 17 to pob. sit 14. t t
Tf. I __ Barbara M Booth by 400 {SLob
.. Terrace. Plat Saab I. Page 11 1
1. I 4 I. Ilk 14 Tr 2 ______ Miriam Q Rutler 12113

Lot I. Naples Tarroca __ Loon A. f,. 1217
E tt Lot 14 4 All Lo> II Silt 10 Tr. ILo'l John w. '.u., __ 7140 Epttom ILI

William, 4 Lot C. Napltt Terrace ______.._ Leon A. Epttaln T,. 1217

4. I A .. Blk II. Tr. I Marilyn Sorry ._ 11270 Lot 7, Naples Terrace _... __ Leon A. Epttaln T,. 1217 I

Lot. I11 4 12. Ilk II. Tr. I John Forluna __ 11172Harlty Lot 9. Naplat Terrace __ __ Leon A. Epttaln Tr 12 SIL.t.wood I,. .

H. no' 01 W. 12/J' 01 Lot J a 01 lot 4. T. WingateLott Park, Plat Book I, 41
Ilk I. T.4 __ __ u. _.__ 1341 Pago.. ..
I. S. A 7. Silt 10. Tr. I _____ D M.... ___ 7211 Florence P Bartrand w

I. 70' Lois 10 11 A 12 Blk 22 Tr. 4 __ Thom.. L. Pace 4(40II Lot tl Blk I. LakowooJ Park __ __ TayiorTet M.al 47.IS

Donald E. C.qulna Bends Unit I, PIN 'ook I, a
All Lot I A E. 21 I/J' Lot I Ilk 21 Tr. I Blankanthiptt et u. 01II Page n A n ) 4
I. N Lots I I. 2. J a .. N 01 E. 110' Lot Robert J. Lot 17, Coquina ands Unit #1 _._. __ Chatter A. Oaklay IS.10
4. Ilk U. Tr. I __ Stophan, .t u. SIII
Caqu'ne Sande Unit 2. PIN Seek 2. 1
Loll II. 20 A w. II !I/J' Lot tl Blk. 24. Frank ilmons. !Pain IS a.1/.
Tr. 1 _____ u. ____ SI -

E. H Lota .14. IS. 4. II 4 E. It o. S. C' Kenneth P. Lot 2. 51k O. Coquina SandUnit #2 ___ S.u.1 TucA .t ux 1101
of Lot II. Blk' U, Tr. I McConkey, et u. SS27US

E N 01 .. C' Lot IS a [. U of Lot. 14 II G. E. Carroll, Lot 11. Blk D. Coquina Sands Unit #2 _._ nVkt, ..,.1 ux __. 1191RaDerl
Incl., Ilk U. Tr Tru'I" __ 72 'rw46+e ,J v
r t
H. U' 01 Lola 1 I. 1 A I A H. 7$' 01 E. U' Fred V. a Cynthia Lot 11. 01k. C. Coquina Sands Unit #2 __ Jan O'Conn.1I W. a U $3Tb
01 lot C. Ilk. 10. Tr 1 .. Caper __ U 21
Moorings Unit I. PIN 10111 1,
Fred V. a Cynthle Page 52 a N
LOll 20 22 Ines.. Ilk II. Tr. 7 I. Coop.r___ 11.1Horb.

... T. Robert 0 J,. A
Lot I a E. I' 2/J' 01 lot S Ilk U, Tr. S Anderson __ ___ 1111 Lot 17, Blk Q Mooring Unit I Marilyn Uarkl.y ._ 12.77

E. 10' 01 Lot I' All Lot 1A W. 21-2/J' Royal Harbor Unit I, Plat Book I. Page M
01 Lot 20. Ilk U. Tr S Robert Hoover _5t 70 Chief Pontiac My Interest In The School System HereIn

I.S' of W. 10' of Lot' 4 I. 75' of Loll lot .. 01k .. Royal Harbor Unit I __ Molo. Inc. .__. 1417
10. 1141. 75 oE. 21.1/r of Lot 12 Blk2S. Robert A.
Tr. I Potenon .1 u. 171. Lot 21, Blk 4. Royal Harbor, Unit I Ludwig Nachman IS.71

MId. 60' Lot. '.12 Inel. Sib 11 Tr. 10 Nora S. Homes 17 H Royal Harbor Unit; I. Plat Book I, Pap M_. Collier County Is No Sudden Whim

S.10' Lot. 112 Inch Blk 12. Tr. 10 Mar Oar, Inc ___ IS 09t Gilbert, M.
Lo: SI Ilk 10. Royal Harbor Unit I __ Hulll.n, .1 UI 10571
301' of W. 20' of Lot I 4 I. 101 of
Lots 10 4 II 4 E. II I/J' of Lot 12, Blk2S. 1.II.y L. Oyster Bay Unit I, Plat Book I, Page 41
Tr 10 __ _--. Nicks .1 u. __ 12211w .. .
-- --
."...rMr...'v..d.rfm.nNM1f. ; Elia.b.lh .. .
Lot' _____ ,.... Timmont ___ 41 tl .. -- -
70' of Lots 22. 21. 2C, Ilk. 21 Tr. 10 Hutchiton U. 4.4. ?-

Raymond 4 Audrey Lot II __ _.__ Thom L. Pace 13."
I. SO of Lott II. 14 4 IS Ilk. 21 Tr. II __ H.", .. J,. __ 7112
Lot 20 ___ Thom-c L. Pace 4114Oyttar
N. 70' of lots II. Ia II Ilk. 21. Tr IIAqualana Ray Long ___ CO 71 I HAVE.
lay Unit I. Plat Saab I. Page M .

'he.... Unit 4. Plat Book i, Lot 21 ._-_ Peter Lick. ot ux IIMOyttar
W. Jay Unit I, Plat leek 4, Pap..H.
Lot 2>. Ilk I. Aqualana' Iho,.. Bata. .1 u. 1111Agoalane
Lot 12 ._ __ ._ L.sl I.. C. Robiton __ 44 17
.he,... tall S. 54.1 Sak I,
Pas. 20 Golden Ihe,... Plat Blob 1, Pap...H...

Lot I. Ilk II, Aqualana' Shores ___ Ctanlay C. Downing 47 St Lot 22 _____ Thsd F. Work 2101 Been active in a speech therapy program.

Earl (. A Thaodono Lot II ___ _._ ______ Thad F. Work __ 2101
Lot I. Ilk II, Aqualane 'ho... .. H..I __ 4171

C. E. A Lera Lot 17 __ ______ Kenneth McConbey P. .t ua 2111 Been active in an eye-screening program.
Lot 2. Blk II. Aqu.lana Shores M. Mcarld.474

Lot 2. alb. 12. Aqualano Ihoraa M. McBride __ C.74
Barbara M Boolhby I 21 II Spent 3 as a volunteer teacher with the band.
Lot 4. Ilk. II, Aqualano Shorn ___ R. Edwin Brady 4174Eigtnt Miriam n Putter __=-========= _-==== -=- I* SO years
John W. Biutr 12
.,.. I
William W perry ---- If
Lot 1. Blk U, Aqualana Short __ S A_Evelyn_ John Furtuna ___ H "1 the before
A. Thomas 4111C Been a member of PTA 10 ((3 our
Gladys R. Cllft __ __ ''I ItArchie years years
J. McOarmldM 2719
Lot I. Ilk II, Aqualana Shorat __ M.. E.McBride a ,Lura__ 4111C D Magee ___ :_====--==.===:=::_ 112Floranca
M Nichols __ __ II W
E. C Lava Donald E, Blank.n.hip' at u>-=======:=:--:: : : J JJ first child entered school)

Lot 7, Dlk 12. Aqualano Shores _r. M. McBrida _____ 1111R Jo..ph D Donovan, at ux --, _..---- tinRobtrl .
J: Sl.phan. ot ux __. -.-: } If
Frank O Ak.rt 1 1112Harb.rl
!!!. Lain Plat Book I. Papa 21 -- ---- --- -
:J Sonta, tt u> ____ __. : I a
Kenneth t P, McConkey USO
Watson R. A '_,.nc._ E, Carroll, Trustee _:: :: =---- --__-::-_- .___- IS 42
Lot 14 Dlk 4. Ridge Lakat A. .Iw. r 2111 _
C. M A Miriam Chtttar J Of
Lake Manor. Plat Book 4. Paga 21 Ob.H -_____= ____________--- = 2 12
Robert A. P.torton 1261Hewitt
4 Eu,. McO.II ___ _____ 2 M
Lot C7, Lake Manor Subdivision ___ William, E. Jones __ 2115 Mor Dar, Ine ,____ II.II
Henry T. Pale __ : __=____.__.:. 2 17Cdgar
Pap7 Rtplat Part of Naploi. Plat Book 1, Rudolph E.8onn.nb.rg Howtll tt u> ___y______ JJ II U 41 AS A MOTHER, I know the great influence of our schools upon our

Philip Omolfi: -:- =====, -=-==-== 141
Ills Int.rut In N. 100 Blk II T,. 1. J E. Btnnitn, tt u. 2 IS children.AS .
-- -- -------
Raplat Part T,. 1 ____ Mirt, Scott ___ 1)11 Murphy C, Combs. ot UK ::_. IIS
John Ltdbttttr I ISJamat
Lake- R.pl.l, Plat Book I. Page...Tl- Nelson ____.:___.== ===-= --.------==---_.=_ _.- IIS
Raymond a Audrey Harr". Jr. .. I7/
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Less 141. Blk 0. Lake 'Raplat __ Lyla R. Yates __ 201)7 Ray Long _.._ all
Waltar Dwighl Tomlmton __________ I IS
L.k.vlew_ T.yrace. Flat 'ook ,. Pass 94 WIIt.'E.'H.I."M.H.'U.r _____ .. .._ __ 141
H Oordon Panes ___ __ __ ____ ____ 20 M A FORMER TEACHER I know the challenge of imparting the right
Lot 37 a E. S' Lot 30. 5th. A L.h..w Edward J ATurac. Charles R Hartley Mary E, Tomlmton 121Harbtrt ,
___._____ _ _ Victoria, Moran 7010L.ke M Hall: jr? tt VII ._ ______===-=:::._ ::== I influence in the classroom.
Lyla R. { 71
-- -
Raymond Q tt ux : ___ 121
Faraat. Plat Iak 1, Pap...!'_ Daniel R, ;k :"tt so ; = I 77
Hilton L. __ __ _. __ .2 IS
Howell. tt u> 177
Raymond G -
Lot 21, Dlk A. Lakt Foratt ___. ___ Mora. ot ui 4111 John 'A.L'y o (Alatkan Aplt ) ===:" =-=== 1211
Mo'ol NaplM. Inc __ _______ ._.__ _____ II 1"
Hilton L.. William Q Tracy --. __,_ 10II AS A CIVIC LEADER, I know the importance of proper and adequate
7. Dlk 0. Lake Forest _.__ __ __ D.n.lo.1 u. __ 1010 Florence I ... Bertrand a Jun.; M: Taylor =:==--==- ==- = 174III
} Ruth 0. Ring' -_. u_ --- I education in every facet of life today.AND .
Donald E. Warren 'E. hltn..t i. _. 052
Lot 20 Dlk C. lake for.it __ Hanson II u. __ 1111 Samuel Tench .1 u. __ 225
Q.orga Loa _. _._.'. __ .. IS
Frank "'lvl'l.n. Plat Boot.. S, Page SI Bartl.y) ._ = JO

Lot 1. Blk A. Frank Sbjdivltion ___ Frank F. HI"'or 114 Dmaburg, tt ux ? _____ II *0
M.rb.rt Vandarvan. ot ux M.--- 2 12 I VOTED FOR ME IN THE MAY PRIMARY, AND All MY WONDERFUL
Staboarel P.pl.l. Plat Book 1, Page B Walter O. Welch. at ux I ISOilbort
.. M Hultl.n ot ux ________________________ I 21Dtlpnia SUPPORTERS TOOl
t M ,
Edith Whitakar
N. ISO' of W0' of E. IM' Blk II. Tr. 7. John A. A Jot __- 00S
aboard Raplat ____ .,_ Ann V.nover 21114 Virgil William' C'H ROM Suckhannan, tt ux III, at ux ____ ___ __ "'

Loll I I Inel 4 N 21 of Lot 7 a Lola II II Div.d T, Itont. -_ -__ _- -._- -_-. _-_-- ._.
Florence B Moore 1 children in hands
met 4 IS vac H.S Alley Blk II TrI : iN capable
Seaboard Rtpltt __ Motel Naples. 'Inc .I.101 19Jimmit John Bill n.rn.r M Riley ---.i_ __ __ __ -- : l place your

Lots II 17 /Inel. Blk 22 Tr II -- '_ Obbt, HIM Donald E. Martin __ -_._

From a point on prol'n of the I. II .. an. TANGIBLE BUSINESS PERSONALA
E W allay II indicatad, in part Ilk 24. t F. Tile, Co. ___ tool
Tr. 12 with Ely li et0' R/W of A C L. AlliMl/ Furniture Outlet {' JS by voting for
pur II run E'I ly Its It to a a b ",. ad Cadillac Amoco .....tea Station __ JIM
.1 cent 'ly lit II to W II I ofF C.ntral City ..rvce JJ JJ
: :
M S R R m track. th, d.f rt A run Chirma Corp __: _= .: = ==-=== =- I IJ J
alg W M of to: R R. R/W for 200': tnd.f Collier vounty Butinttt ....chln.. J JJ
rl 4 run awl l, for IM to the E II of Naplat II Service Station II
a oO .dad .1. tii .del rt 4 run NE'lyalg Jimmia Qibba Plaittnng C. J JJ
Ml E li of to stor 200 to p 0 b. Gulf Hotel _. -' IIM
Cent..t13 Aern M/l 150 2% Irvin P. N.I.I __ 14 77Fr Hill: Paint Shop :'::.= = :___ J JJ

Aqualane. .! Shares,.Plat Saab 4, Page...N- Haul Homo of Insurance Huh Fidelity I Agoncy. : : = = =-== =-=_-.::-= I}]If"*

Jim t Sunoc Strvico JJ
--- |J : EMOLEE BARRETTcandidate
Lot II. Unit 7. Aqualane 'ho,.. //vo. ''nc.. 1120 JontRdio4T, V. _- = = f
Lattitt Candiot *
-- -- :JJ;
Lot I/ UnIt 7. Aqualane Shores 1v54. In. N 30Phlllp Lm.back on.. Ine = = C JJ
Manner Southern, Oil l Station ___ II If
G. Ru.1 D.val.pm.n4' Plot 'ook I. Naples Snack Bar _____ 1141
Pap. !! Radw:. Cab :. :._==_ _= J *{
T..... Service Station ..-.--- } for
NW co'I run S alg W M ISO Wa'ltar Rae Aoplianco Service ___ _H. ____ H J14Saltart
__ ._ MSkippor
N1 IK for 550' S N II US Soda Shop ---
E par ; par* 1 : Smith Outboard Canlar =-_ :_ .=:=. ___ = 71 M
2M2I Run
W .par N II to 11!pab. SE'IK: alg, Standard Oil Itrviet Station' .__ _.- 1111 INSTRUCTION DISTRICT No.
with radius cantar it 2
art _. __ __ 1N BOARD OF PUBLIC
14 If E: A I.>l' S of p t a. for 17.11 SW'lyangla I William Q. Tracy ,
par I dag 10 mm E to S with li par.
: ELSIE LEHMAN. City, Clark C".14IIICI'' Adverteoa ant)
N II 1 Sac IS 101m to channel; NW lyl
'Wale with Ii thru the SEAL
all l walort to t
City of
H of E tal IIIM William' W a Naples Florida
p t a. par to n ; alg
.IQc."I I. M. 14. IIM
./ / tth p e 1. P 1 Oo Marilyn E" Berry .tu May

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Sunday May 21, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 98
I Thalidomide Babies Helped -

WINNIPEG(AP-R search and
I handicapped are rising swiftly babies .
| uproar of two years tgo. across a
I Federal funds have provided

Toronto aimed at helping thalidomide I II
best use of the limbs they have to trigger GULF
here .
Indications point to widespread work of the
reaching not Such de
only thalidomide children but as the '' -
people with disabilities totally
stages at

unrelated Orthopedic to thalidomide.surgeon F.R. expected to
Tucker, medical director of the TOWERS
''" I
new prosthetic and orthotlc research ":
and development unit
here, says such a unit was needed ,. '
for a long time."Thalldomlde I
crystallized It," Laos .'" '

Pr. Tucker IIYS.MOVING Foreign British 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD
,thln'.L of U.S. f '\
TO FLORIDA over the f '- Directly! on the Gulf i in The Moorings
U.til Rat.Bolld.4 Driv. of Laos. "
era, Modem Eouipmeat s... questioner : '
slid pie : Hat** Between Naples' conference Washing > :: 'tr: 1L

20o01bs. 4000 lbs.east ,
yos cat yes technically. set. aaa 1' ;i \ /
New Jerk 12012 '362..' been ren. e" I
Chirac 1201.20 $J62.40 obstruo / I I
Cleveland ll>9.$0 0351.21Serving com NEW LOOK According to Alt mndro, PUll coiffeur
all northern points << to European royalty, summer brides should have IUVII.flow.rl %
and Cana.
and Florida Including
Napier the of 'In diamonds with ribbona and bowl en their voila %
Fort Myers, Punlt Gorda. Job t i iDon't
Charlotte Harbor, Sarasota, ar. I
but the film comedies. The typing Is un.
tit Write for rates and coil 0
(' In Feel Like
pro. fair and unfortunate, since he
rrtlmitei from
any city to In Vien Is one of the theater's most
any Florida point or call col. Patriarch versatile actors."I j
Irct-Phone 8(2-1121. first Soviet Says
made my debut In 1894 atK
TERMINAL VAN LINES flights the age of S-the youngest Hamj i
321 8th Street SouthSt. lacked the Ernest Truex 70
statements let In the American theater" he%
Peteriburr. Florida said VHis
___ movie career started 50/
---- -- --
acton like Charles Coburn and
years He had been
ago. playing
Edmund Gwenn ,
gone peapie on Broadway In "Good I Little >!
look to me as a patriarch,"
Fine Carpeting and Rugs said Ernest Truex. "But" I don't Devil"Plckford.with They a girl were named offered Mary a%4;
feel like
a patriarch. chance to make It as a film forJ0 GULF TOWERS through creative design and -
For proof, he patted his Hat Adolf Zukor's new superior
stomach and flexed the musclesof company. % construction, produces a timeless beauty which 0
hi. calf "Exercise Is what
Are here for you to see, from such famous makers as: does It," he said. "I'm a nut 0 brilliantly reflects permanence, warmth and distinc-
about golf, I love to fish, andI
tion. The quiet tropical loveliness, privacy within a
Regal', Callaway, Cabin Crafts, James Lee, Philadelphia. work among my avocado Ii
trees.;I'm. good for a few more III atmosphere, and unexcelled luxury and

Karastan and Wunda Weve. years 60 Impressed was Universal convenience features for true enjoyment will instantlybe
that mark the his studio 70 years wanted as Truex an actor to .. recognized by those whose culture begins with

by riding a lion. Truex Is ap. A turns at "our Uortar Mtdianmn .. grace and beauty in their daily lives. Gulf Towers ismore
Southwest Florida's Most Complete, Modern Showroom peering in "Fluffy," with Tony \' Loral Utdiol soda' ..d tae J
Randall, Shirley Jones and an I-luridt Unliul A..OClaUODoREDUCING than an apartment-home, it is the beauty of
overgrown tabby named Zamba. ADVICE j living
The script called for Truex to It u not tuipriiing that there
demonstrate the lion's gentle are to many overweight persons ', \
ness by riding It down a trailer in the United States Having thehighest
ramp. level of economy; in the I
.J 7/001' "You'll have to get yourselves world, it follows that we are the
"pfC5 Covcrinfls another boy," said Truex. A bent fins ntuation fed people has in led the untortun-world.liI'Y.
stunt man was ordered, and his .
ably to ingrained habits of selfindulgence
17 Years of Dependability"MO leg was scraped badly on the .
Sixth Avenue So. Phone MI. t-40B door of the trailer. Our high: standard of living li J%
Truex Is known to movie au. accompanied by a high death /%
dlences as the fussy, often hen. rate from diseases and condiJ J<> GULF TOWERS SERIES No. 5
pecked character of dozens of twill brought on and aggravatedby 4r,
excess fat. It is estimated >
1 that a JO puccBt increase in w .
,. weight before'the'middle yeas/
s:i'filJi.'fiV, .. incrcaic the potential death rate yyas I II
much as 75 to 80 percent M
It is not easy to lose weight ty. THE ENTRANCE. .

to for do moat so mutt people come and from the within desire fy Whether strolling through the exotic gardens, or whisking .
.! THIS IS IT! the perion Generally speaking, '.
!!I : other people seldom tell an over up the circular drive to the porte-cochere, the.
weight individual on the fact charm of Gulf Towers that is richly unique and satisfying
i : that he or she should reduce But' awaits you in the distinctive lobby. The beautiful
when a woman decides to reduce decor
panelling and stonework gracefully
with the objective of increasing exquisite
her own attractiveness, results preserves the atmosphere of cordial hospitality. This
t TUESDAY MAY 26 are usually obtained. The over. delightful room, perfectly suited for meeting friends, is
,./ responsive weight businessman to the pleas is seldom of his J i equipped with your individually locked mailbox to in*
wife and family that he reduce, sure private and proper mail delivery
but when the problem is discussed !

rates of in depreciation terms of efficiency of body, J i THE ELEVATOR a.
I NEED YOUELECT mechanism and tables of longevity '
I 1 he is more likely to coop Of significant importance to provide silent, safe
erate. service to all floors, Gulf Towers is equipped with a
recommend For reducing a natural, many phynciani diet, high i J cable operated, truly "commercial" elevator. Over.
in protein and low in carbohy* '. sized to easily accommodate moving furniture efficiently
drates However, it is important' >-,. this express ((150 feet per minute) elevator assures
to note that each pcrton s rate y/t for owners and their
should be dealt with individualffy comfortably transportation
A MAN YOU ly, to rule out possible complitfj guests.
cations or other causes of exceil >%J

CAN SEE, HEAR and fat person This should Is why consult the overweight his- % THE CARPORTS. /
physician before undertaking a < /!
reducing: diet. j% The stone facade of the carports blends perfectly with
ACT for YOU weight The accepted in moat cause of, accordding excess 4 nature's beauty to unobtrusively provide not only sheltered .
to medical persons experts, is the parking but the added pleasure of personal, Individual .
overeating of fat producing storage space. Each storage room Is 9 feet
foods. Hut, they advise, the very wide, 4 feet deep and 10 feet high a total of 360
beat way known to avoid taking cubic feet of I Individually maater-keyed
off excess weight is not to ads storage room
it in the first place.WNTD. for maximum security (the key to your apartment-
home is the only key that can lock and unlock your
storage room), this added storage feature is ideal for
Let the pressure groups go by. They are not important. The storing old trunks, keepsakes and other seldom used

important thing is a commissioner who will be with you when you for DEMOCRATIC items.

need him a fighter for the people he represents! A commissioner NATIONAL I

handles hundreds of things each year. A few election issues COMMITTEEMAN

cannot make a good commissioner. You must know, trust and relyon

your commissioner when there is a problem. I give you my WORTHY OF FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

word that I will be there when you need me! CONSIDERATIONDESERVING CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL REALTORor /

4 -

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PARTY : Gulf Towers of Naples, Inc. 1 1 /

1 1262 Third $t., Sol Naples,,flofidaPleate
For "PROGRESS : tend illustrated brochure and price lilt to II

No. 3"A ':<,' through ELECT UNITY" : Name : I

1 Address 1

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l lOB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday May 14, 1964 tl'' put their spores. They can be many folks harbor mild types
I ... seen as light, white dust around of parasites unknowingly. If you
the fly. have
any suspicions otthlsch.cawith
In less: civilized countries,pra. a doctor. Getting rid of a
sponsored by tJ.cl; Owr 'U/lI/if. cltrally every person it ptraal. parasite can make a marked 1m.
, ", tlzed by some form of "fr_ provlt lent In health and mental
//I louder." Even in our own land, outlook

;rte GAL

CITIZENS GROUP NATURE W Annette C. Will, f By A.... LtButill BOWM

i' Last week you read about (hi food, although it may be to pro.
;; : of IMMOKALEE j';:;' European: cuckoo (Cuculus cam vide security fur the young as In "
5 1 rus), which Is one of the great the case with the cuckoo and the
; est parasites In the bird world.It .
lakes advantage of more than wasp.You [
all know examples of slm.
300 different species bj laying pie parasites such as the tape.
in behalf of Its Inj eggs foster in their parents nests raise and left.the worm. Specimens 23 feet long
have been taken from human in.
)'oun{. At least 80 other birds,
testlneslThere are more than
t however, are known to act In .
this selfish, strange mannerdur. 1500 species of tapeworms living
In animals-from fish to
log nesting time. Y
Another example of such par. mammals.asltes are Other hook.worms we-ll-knownpar., leeches
EWELL F. "PAPPY" MOORECandidate Mil chalcld parasitism flies. One Is type found common.In the lice pork, trichina mosquitoes and, fleas the malarial, mites,

Iy parasitizes the eggs of In. l
parasite which lives in the blood M
sects. Files have been reared .I
cells Many live by sucking blond
from the of over 200 .
eggs ape.ciesi
and body fluids from their hosts.
In this behavior .
many cases
Certain ones survive from dead
helps control Injurious
organic matter and wastes, for
Insect pests An interesting in.
sect parasite Is the "tarantula example the pulrlfjlng bacteria COTTAGE BY THE SEA This charming, comfortable -
for County Commissioner, District 5 hawk", a wasp made famous by In In sewage the plant and the world tetanus there germ. cottar only one house from the Gulf -
Walt Disney in his film, the many curious parasites. The are Ia. offers the ultimate in quiet lurfiid living In a grtclous -
"Living Desert." The wasp digs prophtes mushrooms, puff neighborhood adjacent to Port Royal.
around the tarantula's huleto
balls, fungi, Indaln pipes live
lure it outside.
Then It
oft dead material. Mistletoe how.
on the great solder stings andparalyzes ever, uses its living host to ob. Beautiful bedroom house air
new one guest -
REPRINT of EDITORIAL TAKEN from then drags it back tain water and minerals. It sucks
inside. Now, the wasp lays her these out throueh"sinkers''which with screened porch very near Beach
and Golfing facilities for rental 6 month
egg on the body of the tarantuUand are embedded in the wood. Dod. ;
closes up the borrow. The dor, being more parasitic, needs term for $100 pn mo.; 1 month term for 1125 per
spider serves as egg food and Its mo.
food plus water and minerals
hole as a nest for the young wasp. from Its host. Sandelwood trees
.IMMOKALEE BULLETIN MAY 21st ISSUEPAST and the beautiful Indian paint. Spacious airy 2 bedroom apartment 4 blocks from
NEED; HOST brush plant make their own food, Beach for $100 per mo. Also, cute efficiency apart'
Parasitism Is found through. but keep a root connection with ment 4 blocks from the Beach $66.00 per mo.
out the plant and animal king. certain host plants. U the roots
doms, especially among lower, are broken, these species will 3 bedroom, 2 bath air conditioned home, close to
RECORDS PROVE THAT THE IMMOKALEE BULLETIN ong simpler humans.lt forms U of possible life. (Yet to, am.find die after a few mouths Beach, $17500 per moo until Nov. 1st.

REPRESENTS THE FEELINGS OF 85% OF THE VOTERS IN examples of parasites, too.) A ON MOULDS 4 bedroom, 3 bath spacious cottage with path to
true parasite cannot survive with. Moulds are perhaps the most Beach on yearly rental $22500 per mo.
THE IMMOKALEE AREA. FOR PROOF, CONSIDER THE VOTE out its host. Some do little dam. Injurious types of plant parasites.
THE DISTRICT ((5)) INCUMBENT RECEIVED IN THE RECENT age to tht'mj others kill.c.>neral. Ringworm and athdete's foot are
ly, their main concern Is to getSURVIVORS notorious human ailments causedby
VOTE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER IN PRECINCT ((11)) AND them. Injured fish are often d1"" ,, C. '((Jinn, retailor

((16)) AS COMPARED TO THE BALANCE OF VOTES REGIS- q4 may attacked eventually by water kill moulds them.which Dead Q 0

TERED FOR HIS OPPONENTS.As houseflies, left along windowsills I 525 Eighth Street South
or In the attic, are often I MI 2-6571 and MI I.moWI
utilized by moulds as a place

we said in a previous editorial, we dislike mud slinging ina (Pod, Political I Adv)

political campaign but facts are facts, nothing can change the THERE IS NO

absolute truth, and the stating of facts do not constitute mud slingingin 4,
our estimation. Irregardless of the smooth talk about how much 4 SUBSTITUTEFOR

progress has been made in Immokalee during the past three and one

half years, the facts are that 90'/, of that progress has come about EXPERIENCE

either during the past three months or in spite of delaying tactics ELECT

employed for the purpose of garnering extra votes at election time.
a gj
And all this conversation about a "million dollars worth of Im-

provements" simply means that the incumbent Commissioner now DOCK The f7 ILES WHITAKER 00

believes the whole town is worth one million dollars plus the less chief engineer of the burnIng .

than $400,000 value he placed on it in 1961, at a County Commission Norwegian passenger
meeting, in Everglades.If freighter Sandanger, Sindro the experienced
Schjelderup J carries his
he is reelected we can expect to continue driving over the daughter Marianne from rescue
ship as they and 43 other
same unpaved streets for another four when he will again
years survivors dock at
Long the School Board, Dist. No. 1, Tuesday, May 26th.
..... give us a haphazard three month crash program of road buildingto Beach, Calif.

gather new votes to reelect him for another four year term..

We can expect the continued discrimination\ against certain in-

dividuals while friends and supporters receive prompt consideration.We .

can expect our million dollar airport to continue to grow an excellent .r ,

crop of weeds and the crop dusters to continue wondering just ( c

how long they can continue to operate on the south end of the field.

We can expect him to attend public meetings to get the voters M

sentiments about proposed legislation, and then proceed to enact that

legislation which HE wants, irregardless of our\ opposition to it in

open meeting.We .

can expect derogatory statements about the area and the

people he represents to continue. Such as, "Immokalee ain't nothingbut

a farming town and never will be nothing but a farming town",

which statement he made at a Commissioners meeting in Naples abouta

year ago.

It is true that Immokalee has made progress during the past

four yeats. In fact Immokalee has made almost unbelievable progress

during the past ten years. Not because of the Incumbent but ratherin

spite of him. ,

We are witnessing today a street widening project that could

have been done in 1962, and in fact would have been done thenif

he had gotten the merchants and land owners together for a meetingto

arrive at an agreeable arrangement. His job was finally taken

over by the State Road Dept. who told this reporter they could waitno

longer to get the rights of way. That either the street widening Sfhc M M Mat fac/t SBttM

would be started
took about six weeks to complete the work that had to be done

and those who went to court would have gone to court irregardless.

I So nothing was gained except that the street is being widened at a
time when he is running for re-election, and he is endeavoring to No doubt, it took a lot of jack to build these Naples houses. And many of them were probably financedby

take credit for having gotten it underway. Naples Federal.

He harps about the progress made during his term what Why
progress! does he refer to ? Where do the paved streets run? and

what motivated their paving ? Progress? for whom ?
Because Naples Federal makes it easier for you to own your new home. Because Naples Federal has

It's time District ((5)) had a Commissioner, one whose interest lower financing costs:

will bo for ALL of District ((5)). One who will do what he can for Lower closing costs.
each citizen regardless of for whom he worked and voted for in
Lower interest rates.
And Naples Federal has the jack and it stays right here in Naples building and developing our
us have an end to our Commissioner making charges against beautiful city. Come in and talk it over with one of our home loan specialists.You .
merchants, in his Community, that creates embarrassment to ALL

the Commissioners when they have to enter a public apology in the where
see, it does make a you save.
minutes of the Board Meetings.

IX us eliminate the practice of discrimination against residentsand

merchants which has beAn far too prevalent during the past three

and one half years.

Collier County voters have already attested to their desire fora
change.Let .
IN s.w.. 6.I.w. ,0..s Ml ..> I4IMI
us ALL go to the polls next Tuesday and make that changeby

an overwhelming majority.Paid .

for by Citiieru Croup of Immokalee T. W. HASTINGS, ChairmanPaid :rJt

( Political Adv.)





Key Posts At Stake Tuesday--Don't Forget To Vote

i TIDES High ,Lew

Weather Outlook I +.m. p... .. Pm.
Msy 24 1040 4:41: J.J8
Partlly cloudy through SUI, ,. I 0 \l May 25 120)II 1111-1:5.
Widely scattered mostly brief Qb t Rr N t\U May 25 :-06

showers High Sunday 88 to 02. : killf d May 26 l2.Sf Ist (.29

Easterly winds 8 to 15 tulles per Qum May 26 11:31
hour. 7 Add one hoar for Naples Bay

Bridge OH the Trail
40th NUMBER 213 Add one hour for Marcoj
SUNDAY, MAY 24. 1944 10 CENTS 22 PACES


,., I' "I County Ballots Tuesday

"# ,1" J ''fi! AH01SIH' VU wRunoff
: :: "

,:t',j \7'. Primaries l

"" Spiced

a? By Hot Republican FightCollier

County voters will between one ot two groups of
delegates for the Republican national -
go to the polls Tuesday to cast *' *'
ballots ins runoff primary election convention and also will
the decide two-way contests for
highlighted by gover-
nor' race a' Republican factional GOP national committeeman
1 fight. and committeewoman (See ra County Jury
The county's 16 polling places Page 1-B)
at the lime locations as On Friday, county commissioners
WORKMEN WITH!! MACHINES put down final layer of asphalt on blockof for the May 5 first primary complied with a writ
Broad Avenue South east of Eighth Street When opened to traffic, will open at 7 ajn. and close of mandamus Issued by Circuit Says 'Guilty'In
avenue will carry traffic to and from Cove Confess Inn (background ), at 7 pjn. A lighter vote Is Judge Archie M. Odom by lock {

now nearing completion. Geitz Paving Co. wa contractor for the $8,342.70 expected Tuesday than was the ing the Republican side of all I
project. (NEWS photo) case May 6th, when 66 per cent voting machines. The board DWI CaseA
of the county's eligible voters also ordered the printing of Republican
turned out.Interest paper ballots for those
Democratic votersin precincts In which machineswere slxxnan County Court Jury
Old Records Topple Tuesday's election Is concentrated to be used exclusively. deliberated 33: minutes before

mainly on the two- Alleged lack ot Instructions returning a guilty verdict yea
man governor's battle and two- on the ballots prepared forvol- ttrday afternoon against AUceZ
way contests in three county Ing machines, and an alleged Hartsell, charged with driving -
while intoxicated
First $2 Million Building races "misleading" setup regardingthe The charge was placed by
Democrats will choose between twoopposlng delegate slates Trooper Ed Crawford August
William II. Ilenning and on machine ballots were char -- 16, and on September 26 a trialon
B.M. Sentell for the County ged by the GOP state executive COMMISSION runoff for District 3 involves Wil- that charge resulted In a hung
Commission seat for District committee through chair- liam II, Ilenninjr, left, and B. M. Sentell. Sentell Jury At Friday's retrial, the
Month In Reach For NaplesNaples' 3, between Incumbent William man Tom Fairfield Brown. Representatives led In the first jury hoard Mrs. Hartaoll admit
!Ii!. Doub and Ewell f. Moore of that group to "having a couple of drinks"
for county commissioner from sought and received the writ before her arrect. Defense attorney .

first two-million- $55,000 Is a two-story apartment Bostlck. Most of the added District 5, and between Emotes of mandamus affecting Collier Tom Treadwell reminded
that could
dollar building month Is with building planned at 530 space will cone by putting a S. Barrett and Les Whitaker and other counties In this Judicial Jurors couple of drinks one and. one's have nor.a

in easy reach. Eighth Street North. This second story atop the present for the District 2 School Board circuit. mal faculties might not be Im.
Building Official Bert 1 inkston structure owned by Donald T. one-story building. The work post. paired.
signed $303,830 worth of Jones, will have 10 units. will cost $40,000. Owner Is HEATS UP After the verdict was returned,
permits In the week Just ended Wiggs and Maale will builda Jesters Inc. GOVERNOR'S RACE The battle In Republicanranks TreadwtU told Judge Richard 11.
and that hiked the May totalso $53,000 residence for Mrs. Two large-city mayors are has warmed up consider Stanley ho will file a motion fora
far to 1987239. "That's Harold W. Checl at 800 Spy- STONE BUSY the candidates for the Democratic ably in the last week. One side M en new trial. The Judge will hear
pretty good for a place as smallas glass Lane In Port Royal. Ho- Builder William D. Stone nomination for governor Is led by Rep. William C. C ra- .ace primary.'I arguments on that motion Wed.
this," building Inspector mill Homes will build a $45, took out five permits for houses The Democratic nominee pro- 'Ier of St. Petersburg and the \ nesdl). Sentencing of Mr. Hart-
f Louis B 1::. Roth commented. 000 residence for Frank T. in the Stone Subdivision tV.J.U1!! f be)the next chief executive pthar'Vlde Li headed by Brown ,sell wll be delayed pending out.
Right now,the 1964 const ruction Mitchell at 1365 Spyglass Lane.A the south-central pan of town,' of Florida which has not William D. Pawky and othr s' com alike mourn.FULL : .

total stands at $4,434,619. nine-unit addition to the DIM house at 742 llth Avenue elected a Republican governor Republican executive committee SCHEDULE
The building pace for the first Sea Shell motel 82 Ninth Street South, wUlcost$11.000tobulld. since Reconstruction llaydon officials. 1 There will be no County Court
five months is double that of North!!, will be built by Ralph Another at 720 11th Avenue Bums, mayor of Jacksonville, Cramer Is tho Jury trials this coming week, but
the first five months of 1963 Is favored to defeat Robert King organizing
South will cost 9000. The chairman of a slate of a full schedule face Prosecutor
($2,290,918)). Activity picked three $10,000 dwellings will go High mayor of Miami, for the and district delegates Walter Sorokoty the week of June
up considerably in the latter Outlook Dark, up at 750 and 774 llth Avenue nomination. die nomination of Sen.pledgedto US. Defendant, charges, and
part of last year and a new South and at 1131 Seventh Street Democrats also will choose Goldwater of Arizona for Barry Ag time are a* follow
yearly record of$9,589,70lwas Neutralist South. one out of 14 candidates for pre June 1, Raymond Wauters,
Says sident. Pawley Is a
national commItteeman and one head driving while intoxicated 9JO;
set.With a few more months: as Michigan Construction Co., out of four for national com slate without SCHOOL, BOARD runoff for District 2 involves Ray Ochi, petty larceny, liJO;
productive as the current one Laotian GeneralVIENTIANE will build a $20.000 residencefor mlttcewoman. There also Is ence, but which claims It favors Lei Whltaker, left, and Emolee S. Barrett. Whit- Elmer Cannon, DWI, 2:30.
B. Mliiier at 424 Spinnaker Goldwater. June 2, Harral Tenney Jr.,
has been, this year could seea an unopposed slate of at-large aker topped the field in the first primary and driver' license
Laos (AP)-Gen. Drive, and a $19,500 dwelling Cramer himself Is DWI no ,
new record high totalIf and district delegates pledged opposing
for Theron 1707 Third 9:30: ; Carl Hughes, careless dieplay
Le made at
Kong a flying trip Ridge
It would be the third for Albert Roberts for the national
so, new from the north to this administrative Street South Rutenbcrc Con- to Lyndon B. Johnson president of firearm, 1:30.: Juno 3,
record in three years. and said for which Democratscan commlnocrriin's post. Frances Lloyd B. Parker, driving while
capital today build
Co. plans to
the situation of his embattled residence and house for cast ballots.Republicans C. Salmon representing the Rusk Threatens Wider licence impended or revoked:
OLD MARK GONE neutralist troops "Is very bad." guest In all 16 precincts Cramer Faction Is rulliingag11111.:1t failure to have car under control
The previous monthly markof Dressed In civilian clothe, $19,000 for C.F. at 690 will tote by paper bal : Ilclcnc M. Morris for failure to Mop at scene of accident :
$1,616,946 was set In December. Kong Le met Immediately with Rudder Road. lot Tuesday. They will choose committeewoman B30t Calvin Nix, DWI,
In to all the acti-
It took only two fcccks Premier Prince Souvanna contrast Military Action In Asia 1:30.
it rather 4 and De.
for May to eclipse that figure for their first face-to-face talk vity in Naples was June Larry Ray
and the two-million figure wince the pro. ommunlst Pat hut quiet out at the county build- mere, possessing gun and light
could be attained Monday. Lao drove him from the strategic ing office. Official Carl Clem- By JOHN M. HIGIITOWER The State Department dls. at night, 9:30; Robert Wheelerand
Plalne del Jarre last flier Issued: 13permitsbut they WASHINGTON AP) Evldonre closed that the first report from Robert Pauls, petty larceny
A new apartment building, a Pall
1:30. June S, Raymond ,
weekend. added up to only $28,613. Wall building today that the reconnaissance flights have
motel addition, and two Port Kong Lt gave his pessimistic Largest was a $10,513 residence ? the United State. was preparingfor been turned over to the Lao DWI, :JOj James McUDWI,
Royal residential permits: made assessment of the military sit. Southern Air Built Monies I 'ri broiler military action In government and the International 1:30.
for an active week at the build- uatlon in a brief exchange withan will build for Ralph D. C rapse C Southeast Asia unless the crisis Control Commission charged
ing office Tops In value at Associated Press reporter at Bunker Hill, south of Im- there cool off soon.Senetary with supervising Lao*' neutral!
of State Dean Husk ty.
mokalcc. Golden Gate Esta-
unfurled the warning signals. In The Soviet Union denounced
tes accounted for three permits d a speech Friday night lie ar, U.s. policy Friday a* the main TODAY INHISTORY
Need To Bridge ChasmTo : totaling $8,000. CUlled Red North Viet Nam of source of tension In Southeast
I Tort Myeri Const: ruction Co.. aggression against Lao and Asia but backed a French all for
a Gulf American subsidiary South Viet Nam, and he de. a new 14.natlon conference to
will build a temporary office, .. J clared the South Viet Nam: war restore peace In Lao*. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Eastern Europe LBJ JO by 48 feet, for ,$4,000.TnU rJ may be expanded 7f the Com It was part of a flurry of diplomatic
firm also will build a I munlsts |persist> In their course activity' centering on the .II I fin m mm ,i i es.9

temporary storage building for )o. ,.... I of aggression" strife in Lao*. But the renewalof Today II Sunday, May 24, the
LEXINGTON Va. (CAP) battered Europe to get back on $.',000. Bahama Pools: Is put \ ,.;-. ..'" The blunt word from the border conflict\ between Cam.and 145th day of 1(84 There are S21
President Johnson declared SaU it* feet economically ting In a $2,000 pool at one "" .,, < usually mild Rusk were taken asa bodla and South Viet Nam day left In the year.
urday that "w* will continue to "To Marshall," Johnson said, ofLhc Goldcn Gate model honicj. possibility of action directly Increased Communist. activityagainst Today' highlight In history
build bridges across the gulf "permanent peace dependedupon against North Viet Nam, a move the U.5. tacked South On this date In 1820 Peter
which has divided us from East. rebuilding all European Mrs R.L. Bendykowskl U the -- I -- A that has drawn Increasing dls.cuaslon Vietnamese government stirred Mlnuit, the third dlreclor.gener.al .
era Europe" in order to realizethe civilization within its historic owner of a $2,500 residence to COMMISSION: runoff for District 5 pita William her since the Laotian Western fear for all of South. for the West India Trading
Marshall Plan' vision of a boundaries. be built on U.S. 41 In the south- F trials began developing a week east Asia Company, bought all Manhattan "
Europe joined In peace. "Th Iron Curtain rang downon east corner of the county, just II. Doub. incumbent ( left), against ago Isliml from the Indians la ....
"They will be bridge of In. that hope. But the correct west: of Paollta. Mooie, who led in the May 5th primary. Husk said the United State chang for goods valued at
creased trade, of idea, of vis. ness of his conviction has not hal made It clear It I II not going Cuban Exiles about $24 In tocll;)''* money.On .
changed." to abandon people and this, he this date
lion and of humanitarian aid,
The vision of the Marshall stressed, I II a signal whlih must In 1830, the Baltimore and
Johnson said in an address be.
for the "captain and com pan. Plan, the President said, was to Rightists Lack Votes For ClotureWASHINGTON be read with great car In other Name Five-Man Ohio Railroad started the first
capitals, particularly Iljnol and regular train
Ion*" of the late World War BArmy strengthen the ability "of every passenger serv
chief of stiff and cold European people to elect and Peking Junta Vote ice.In
war Secretary of State, George shape its own society...to bring (AP) Sen. Friday Afterward GOP sup. work on the bill In June because On the diplomatic front, By 1844, Samuel F.B. Morse
C. Marshall very European nation closer to Richard B. Russell, leader of porter of the civil right bill of large backlog of work Rusk' speech before time Amer opened the first telegraph line,
its neighbor In the relation. Southern forces, declared Satur. said they thought they would And leas than two month K an Law Institute meeting here MIAMI (AP-A five-man jun. from Washington to Baltimore
Johnson described Marshallas hips of peace." day that Senate ,leaders "do not have enough vote, with the away 1* the Republican Nation. also Indicated the United Hate la to coordinate antl.Castro ac.tlvltlos In 1893, the Antis a 10 o a
"among the noblest Amerl. This, he said, will not be now have the rotes to gag u'with Democrat, to Invoke cloture al Convention which: open July and Its allies had received no has been approved byCu. League was founded la Ober.
cans of them all. Not ,only a brought about by any sudden cloture In the civil right when the showdown comes. 11 In San Francisco encouragement In their efforts Ban exiles In worldwide ballot.: lln, Ohm,
great soldier, not only a great settlement or dramatic deed. debate. But various senators had dlf. Leader have sharply eased persuade the Communists to end Ing. In U.1. the Gorman battle
statesman, ho was first and "But the nation of Eastern for, he added, have the Dixie ferent estimates of how many the pressure on floor session their drive In Southeast Asia, The rote, announced Fridayby ship Bismarck sank the British
foremost a great man." Europe are beginning to react senators fighting the bill been GOP vote would be needed while they concentrated on There were persistent reports an American electronic com. battle cruiser Hood.In .
Johnson' remark cam in a sent their own Identity," he de. able to muster the one-thlrd And both Republican and Dem. cdesed-door effort to wrap up a President' Johnson will make puter firm engaged to conductthe 1944, American troop cap
speech delivered at the dedication clared. "There I* no longer a support needed to block a move ocratlc proponent said they are package of amendment which some hate decision on the U.S. balloting, was 40,905 for the tured the town ot Terracina
of George C. Marshall Re. single Iron Curtain. There are to limit debat counting on President Johnsonto they hope will produce the needed ourie in Southeast Asia within Junta, tit agaUurt.Crneldo Italy.Ten
search Library many. Each differ in Thus he indicated that If a win over the few senators cloture vote, the next few da> s. year ago The only
Assembled for the ceremoniesat thickness-in the light strengthand that cloture vote were take now, still on the fence These effort han run into Beefing up its fon In Southeast Oliva, ..condln com. woman at the captured French
Marshall' alma mater, Vlr.glnla can pass through it and the the outcome would depend on Republican Leader EverettM. some difficulties, but both Den.ocratlc Asia, the United States ha* mind of the lie Bay of Pig fortress cf Dienblonphu In Viet.
Military Institute, were hope that can prosper behind the undetermined position of a Dirkce of Illinois laId he and Republican leader moved a carrier task fore Into Invasion and one of the five approved Ham, Nurse Genevieve de Qa
Johnson, former President II." handful of senators. doubted whether a cloture move laid they were eonfldent the the South China Sea off South In the referendum, will lard-Terrtubo, war freed by the
Dwight D. Eisenhower top of. Johnson said the United "There are four or fire vote could be mad before the second proposed change would be la Viet Nun. be military chief, Mid ErnestoFreyr Communlst4ed Vietminh force.
flclals of government, and more State I* pledged to use w* dont know where they're going week U June. Bat ho Mid shape to Introduce formally next The carrier will be used to *, referendum chairman. Five year ago-Former Sea
than SO generals who served peaceful mean so that "all every of ," the Georgia Democrat tile 8aat would have to finish week launch UA Navy Crusader jets Freyre said the committee will retary of State John Foster Dul.le .
under Marshall during World Europe may be joined In a said in aa Interview They agreed, however that on reconnaissance mlsilonsover begin functioning next week, died la Washington.One .
War n.Former. hared society of freedom. B lake two-third of the sentor there would be no floor action Communist Pathet Lao area In "coordinating all war effort year ago The Justice
President Harry S. "In this way, I predict the present and voting to shutoff during tile week, largely because Lao, against Cuba' Communist n.rim. Department asked for a federal
Truman was unable to attend year to come wUl we a* draw prolonged debate with do. RENEW YOUR c of an expected high rat lice suit plane, swooping In .." court Injunction to stop Gov,
because of mn.... closer to Marshall' bold design Ure. This would mean 87 If all DRIVERt Lam I. of absenteeism. The Senate will for low.level photographs/ was Time central body will raise a George C, Wallace of Alabama
It wa a* secretary of state 100 senator were recorded. recess from Thursday to chest from Interfering with desegre
than at any time sine ho stood WRING YOUR the reported hit be}' Pathet Lao war and make U available
under Truman that Marshall at Harvard and began to r.. Republican senator had their BIRTH MONTH following Monday for a long ground fire but made. It back to to militant antl-Castro groups, gallon at the University of Ala.
proposed the plan to aid a war. shape the world." third caucus oo the measure Memorial Day weekend time carrier Kilt> llawk. Frtyr said bama.F .

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWSSunday, May 24, 1961
City EmployeesPlay T (

>g EvergladesNews I

It Safe, $

Let's Go ,. By Juanita Weldon

And Save .
$$$ "" -

Last Saturday night the Jun public. PresidentRachael111' -
FishingBy Safety saves money,employeesof
was held son state she was pleased wtA
the City of Naples find out. ior-Senior
Rod the turnout and anticipate
City Manager Vince Wood said poolslJe at the Everglades
Friday that the City's hospltall.tatlon & Gun Club Lodge. It was a good sum for the club's per

Insurance rates have been very beautiful under the green centage of the proceeds, which

lowered again, because of the low screened enclosure, which will be put In the swimming pool

number of claims. Premium looks out over the Barron fund. About month ago, the

costs will remain the same, and River Brlllant red poinsettia City Council approved a site

the latest saving will be used to blossoms against the darkeningrain for the erection of a public

VICTORINE MURPHY provide additional benefits, Wood clouds set off the scene swimming pool. The Womar'i

announced. Club has been active this
Antlers out after snook, the (the tourney enters Its second The specific additional benefitIs perfectly.) The rain very graciously very
fastest rocket south of Cape Ken. week today)were taken at widely raising the dally hospital room waited to the end of year trying to raise money fora

nedy, should make hay thli separated points. Mrs Lillian allowance from $13 to $17. he the main course of the dinner pool, and welcome any doni.
coming week IF the tickle B. Johnson of Naples bagged a before falling Everyone adjourned lions to be made to this worth

busters respond according to the 18 pounder at Marker 8 in the said.The manager also said the to the main dining room cause.

book, and water and weather con Intra coastal waterway and safety Inspector for a large In. for dessert and speeches by Inez Maglll and Mamie Ozmer

dttlons continue to hold up. Tom Merritt of Clermont bagged aurance company Is now using Junior class president Alton spent last weekend on Fort My

Snook are holding their annual one the same weight at Wiggins Naples as the model for munlct. In i l 7 Thompson, Senior class president ers Beach where they enjoyed

spring binge In waters every. Pass. pal safety programs, "In the light Marie Weeks, school shelling and sunning.
where from Wiggins Pus to Mrs. Johnson's catch was of our outstanding record for the Morris and Ilillsboro County Sheriff Ed
Pumpkin Bay and reports from weighed In at Skipper Smith's last three years" principal Aubrey .
of the Blackburn and one of his deputies
Marina Reverend Eric Weldon
marinas and official weighing and Merrltt's llnesldei Employees are taught to be
stations selected by the Greater was officially registered at the safety conscious, Wood said. Everglades Baptist Chapel. have been in the area for
Naples Fishing Tournament show Bud Hogue Culfcoast weigh sta "We have no trouble convincingthem Early arrivals for the ban about a week doing a lot of fish

this season's run may be the best tlon on Horse Creek. against getting killed or quet were able to watch a demonstration ing In the 10,000 Islands.

in .."ralyearl. Tom Kappauf, Co.owner of the hurt." by Joan Salvato, While here they stayed at An

Two of the biggest snook caught Popular fishing c.mp.polnts wilt bLr world's woman fly-casting gler's Motel on Chokoloskee,
In the annual sweepstakes to date pride to the fact that the prize champion. It was amazing to Dill Weldon of Tampa spenta

.winnIng snook of 1(63 Greater see the many different angles couple of days with his brother
Naples tournament
at Wiggins was also taken Political Role Miss Salvato could cast with Eric and family
Pass and weighed In at
Rules Referendum his docks. The heftiest tourna. such ease.

On IntegrationCan ment red and the largest trout, Of Church FacesPresbyterians gr The banquet adjourned and NEW HOOF
all first class winners, were everyone went home to dress !Have you noticed the work be-

Not Be Held likewise registered at his camp. for the prom which was sche- tug done on the Everglades Rod

Kappauf reports trout and duled to be held In the gym & Gun Club Lodge roof The
cult JACKSONVILLE Court (AP) Clr. snook are hitting U large __ from 9 '.111. 'llIl11ldlllghl. The original club building Istohave
Judge J. Way.
bright has ruled that the Duval numbers In the Wiggins Pass OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) theme "Tender Is tht'Iglu": a dazzling white roof put on.
and Vanderbilt Beach area. Tom Confronted by demands that the .r witha club
County commissioners larked was tastefully carried out Mr. Walsh of the reportsa
Burns of Naples registered a church stay out of politics the
power to authorize a straw vote of the colonial house with columns, group of over 50 members of
nlne-ind-a-quirter pound red and General Council of QUACKY QUARTET held a session in the Porpoise Stadium
on the Integration question as stars and a moon shillIng the University Club of Miami
Harmon Ray, also of Naples, Presbyterian Pavilion at the New York World's Fah', recently when the Suwa- many
part of next Tuesday's primary. down on a garden of flowers was over for the weekend.
weighed In a trout tipping the has propounded a -! ivc Oak Band visited the exhibit. First the band /gave a concert, then
Waybrlght a temporary where the dancers Urdu Gideon has
scales Just under five pounds.Kappauf urging Its swayed resigned
Injunction sought by Ralph Ma. reports that Lou Stell. their responsibility."To Caribbean Gardens' piano-playing duck, appeared with the band to music furnished by a band aj youth director for the
son Dreger to block the vote on hagen boat 48 good lied troutIn guest soloist. After the concert, several bandsmen, intrigued by the from Miami. city. ills replacement Is not
condition that Dreger posts a be a stayed on to audition with the paddling pianist. Arturo seemed
one afternoon of fishing the Leaving the prom midnight, yet definitely known.
$23,00.0 bond by 4 p.m Monday.Dreger's past week. Involves" ling "a work well with the trio of North Floridians, but there was some doubt several of the seniors and JunIors lilt and Mrs.TcdBonardandion
Aid his clUnt izen it
will post attorney the bond. izenship, In says. they would be able to make the weight in order to travel with Naples adjourned to the Youth Center Sainmyvisltcdwlthhcrnio) -

U he doesn't, the county will BIG TARPONThe of political touring; troupe. for more dancing by recorded ther, Mrs. W.C. Mathers, In
big fish the week was
vote on the question) a 118-pound tarpon caught at ister, like any music, and active games of Rlvervlew last week. Before
"Should privately owned res. should be Involved ping pong and pool. At T a.m. returning home they went by
Horse Key by Robert Rath
taurants, hotels and motels be Pelican Drive, 'Isles of Capri. Criticism of the Kidnap Wife Of Baptists Split the group was joined by the rest: to :ice her auntMrs.GlcnCold-
forced to racially Integrate their The silver king mad 10 high burgeoned since of the class, who had gone home ing in Wlinama.

customers?" leaps and was boated after a terian leaders Over Issue Of for a little sleep, at thc Wagon Virginia Kingsford has left
The Board of County Commis.sioners battle that lasted one hour and mllltantly against Wheel Restaurant In Ochopcc. for a vacation In Michigan and

recently authorized the BO minutes crimination, and Plane Builder School This ended the big night. Some will begone until Memorial Day.
ballot at the request of the Diva PrayerATLANTIC
Federation for Con. Tarpon have been spotted In eral Assembly students went home for much Mr. and Mrs. WJ-1. Garrett
tare number In the Oolllvan stand against needed sleep, while others decided drove to business
stltutlonal Government, a pro. CITY, N.J. (AP) Englewood
segregation group. Bay area and several of the 100. reading In public (AP) Two hooded was Dubois. The gunmen apparently -Northern Baptists overwhelmingly to stay up'til after church last Sunday.
Waybrlght set the bond to in. pound class have been The 1964 kidnaped the wife of lay In ambush In a approved a tesolutlon Fri. services, thinking a little sleep DJ3. Gideon will conduct a

{ damnify the federation for elec. and released Island by fishing Inn. parties made up of 841 Dassault, French nu. stolen panel truck as Dassault's day opposing any constitutional now would be worse than no Dand Concert which will be held

tlon costs should It later develop from Marco representing 3.3 warplane builder, early to. car stopped In front of their change to provide for prayers sleep at all.SCHOOL. In the school at 8pm
caught gymtorlum
The largest pompano
that the court's Issuance of the bers In 9,100 Hours later a Paris news luxurious home facing the Bois In public schools. Southern Baptists .
to date and entered In the tour. .. Monday, May 25th. Everyone
said a caller demanded de Boulogne.Mrs. .
injunction was Improper. Ing here. One of the split over the same Issue.Delf'eates
ney was a four pound, tour once before It, from the ransom. Dassault tried to free YEAR ENDING 13: Invited to attend and
fish taken by Edward E. Wright, see Presbytery, anonymous call set off a herself as the kidnap car rolledup. to the Northern Tonight at 8 pji. Baccalaureate hear our local school band per
Sr., of Orlando, at Big Marco convention, In additionto Services will be heldIn
"Christ did not Marina.'w manhunt for the men She threw herself to the Baptist form.
Title Companyof Pass The pompano was of. his followers their getaway driver, who sidewalk, but the men bundled endorsing the current word- the gymnatorlum with Rev- Mrs Barney Squires took

tidally weighed at the Ship Ahoy In matters political away with Madeleine Das. her into the car and sped off. Ing of the First Amendment, erend Eric Weldon deliveringthe their son Fcrrcll to Tampa

Naples locks at Goodland. Fishing with the lar controversy." about 63, after pistol. Dassault, maker of the super voted down a proposal urging message Reverend Clyde Thursday for medical care and

ABSTRACTS ESCROWS Capt. John Stephens" aboard The assembly, her husband, 72, and sonic atomic bomber, the Congress to take any necessary Martin will offer the Invoca- possible hospitalization. Maybe
Peppard r.eI1IJFt "Golden Rule, William entered Maguire anellht. tlnues through chauffeur, Louis Dubois, Mirage IV, telephoned police. steps to provide for Bible readIng tion with Reverend Jesse we will have further news
5f Sanlbel Island and nonsectarian prayersIn
No Immediate motive was,
MI 3>
1-M5I So. pound .red in the tourney at Ship not acted directly said- It was uncertain- clear, although there was 4ome the schools on a voluntary Browning reading ,the scrip for you In the next column.
; but it ?:
:: [ _" i. *Ahoy Boat: .Haven report some, ex.''Sent ( ot' the. : ;. '[ !.' the Le tanspm Monde came:ajl,:lto from the speculation'the antl.De'aulle that remnants'Secret Army of basis ture.becker RevercndllomerG.Wels-will say the Benediction. tained Miss Mrs.Uachacl Zella Wilson Stem enter ol

w ....... ctllent snook entries weighed In guide to all The Southern Baptists, hold. The last day of school will
.I..r or a crank. The may have had a hand In it. Madison, NJ., In her hone
'"-" c fl. luring the past few days. A line was a man, officers said, Seven hours after the kidnap. Ing a separate convention here, be Friday, May 29th. Gradua- this week. Miss Wilson and

,. sides weighing Just under 18 been excellent all were no further de Ing police had received no demand .argued should over whether In nonsectarian schools tion exercises will be held In Mrs. Stcnce have been friendsfor
pounds was entered by Hazel on the conversation. for ransom. engage the that
gymnatorium night lot of
Pier and a doing a
religious services. many years
and Carl Hauber
Keffer of Naples Two motorists chased the getaway
Minister 8 cards will be
weather and clear Roger Frey p.m. Report traveling together Miss Margaret
'of Palm Court registered a 18. but it outdistanced convention'Ilrst
p -- well spell more road blocks set up before car, Messengers to the available Wednesday,June 3rd. Bunch of Fort fierce Is
pounder taken In Rookery Bay. them on the freeway leading to
Amelia Ennls of along the south auto route affirmed In a close vote, For students not able to
weekend with Miss
Mrs. Keffers snook hit Just off chor docks the kidnap car headed. Versailles and beyond.An "the historic rights of our spending this
that date the cards
the Shell Island road. squads watched air eyewitness, Marcel Le. schools to engage voluntarily on on Wilson and Cuzzle Whltmore.
snook fishing "well will be mailed out If a -
saux 45 of Paris, said Mrs. stamped
V Y APLES age" although no and frontier guards were a nonsectarian basis in prayer,
MORE TO COME have been alert. Dassault had whacked one. assailant In Bible reading and other devotional self-addressed envelope Is SEAT OFFICERSThe
Snook and pompano fishing hat I yet In the stomach with her left for that purpose
she said snook In yellow and black sedan, be. exercises as may be Woman's Club met last
'CEATREtf' class are to be the getaway car, umbrella. Her gold powder com. desired." Last Thursday, the junior Tuesday night for Installationof
: .:.- 1 reports anglers found abandoned later two pact was found on the side But the Southern Baptists class of the Everglades Baptist officers. Mrs. C.ll. Collier

with trout, too.A from the scene of the walk.Dassault then voted to reconsider and delayed Chapel had hilarious good the only charier memberIn
STANLEY designed the propel. final action. time hobo The
mangrove at a party. boys the club today, Installed the
ler for the famed World War 1
MAY 10th THRU MAY lark just under three an ardent Gaulllst Dr. Ruben Alley of Richmond, and girls came dressed as hobos following as officers Presi-
Home Products caught by Barry : member of the French Na. Spad fighter plane and built Va., opposed the resolution, and after playing several dent Wilson vice!
Miss Rachael
various military and civilian ;
Tues. saying that by It, "You're say
Sun. Mon. at Doctor Pass I Assembly, was not games,enjoyed rUled hamburgers
Check On Our at Skipper Smith's Injured In the attack, nor planes from 1918 \\o 1939. ing you would authorize agentsof baked beans g and president, Mrs. Dolly DaIl.1rdjsecretal'y ;
He now Is producing the potato Dear-
su- the state to come in and setup Mrs. Dorothy
r Sprint Special For personlc, delta-wing, .et Mys. religious service." chips. Ing, treasurer, Catherine Tye:
CLEANING ft: tere Mirage bomber. The plane, He said school teachers were This past Thursday, the Pri- and Historian Cuzzle Whit-
MOTHPROOFINGContact PIANO INSTRUCTION fourth In the Mirage series, Is agents of the state and that mary class enjoyed a wiener more.

t Certified Member MTNA & DMTNA to haul France's nuclear bombas such action could lead to a government roast with all the trimmings. Mrs. Den Parks, presidentof
HEDY HUNTERMI Beginnrrs to College Preparatory the backbone of de Gaulle's religion.The Changes have been made In the Junior Woman's Club In
DAVID NIVEN PETER SELLERS Downtown Studio nuclear striking force. resolution, Introduced by the local sheriff's office again.
ROBERT WAGNER .-CAPUONE S-5S4 ; : Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197 The Dassaults have two sons, the Rev. Levering Evans of Don McKinney has quit as radio- Naples, made an appeal to the

woee.! .JOMwar..,..WTO mm .Claude and Seree.Weather Richmond, Va., also was op. operator and Gladys McCrea Is local club to back their efforts
posed by Dr. E. S. James of in until in getting the state to purchase
filling a
: several acres of the Fa-
WED THUR FRI ;" .d ... .. .. _... ...; Dallas, Tex."Baptists do not have to 1m. Is found. Jim Scaggs, a resident kahatchee Conservation Club,

M IY if.RIt ReviewMas. plore the government to allow of Naples and a newman for the purpose of a state park.
1. LES WHITAKER them to pray," Dr. James said. on the force, has taken The club decided to give their

a rr---i Mia Rain The resolution virtually nullifies over the second resident de support and write a letter requesting
IIi D May 16 89 65 0.00 another proposal offered by puty's job for this area. He and same.

C weer erue May 17 90 66 0.00 the convention's public affairs his family hope to move downIn Ranger Richard Stokes showed -
May 18 90 C( 0.00 committee, he said. the near future. They planto
a movie
on Everglades
SAT Thanks May 19 90 65 0.00 The committee affirmed support live In Copeland. The residents National
for "the concept and the and gave a very
'NE May :0 89 68 0.00 of this area had begunto
IDES vocabulary of the First Amend. interesting talk. About 20 persons
r May 21 90 68 0.00 get acquainted with Ed hunter were In attendance. Cake
r ment. It urged In its resolution
L YOUN 1 < May 22 90 68 0.00 that Congress leave the First who commuted from Naples and punch were served by hos

la>7 all the people who worked Data upphad by Caribbean Oartfani Amendment unchanged. and for the past three months tesses, Cuzzle Whitmore, Catherine
'i" we want to thank him for
and Mamie Ozmer.
," the job he did while here. We
The club's annual banquet
DRIVE-IN and voted for him in the } CHECK appreciate our law enforcement will be held at the Rod & Gun
CHECK and DOUBLE here and a big hand should be
?AIL THEATRE Club Lodge, June 2nd. Reservations
given to two
OFFICE deputies who

;i May 5th election \\n DUNBARS SUPPLIES work 12-hourshlfts In this area. Call Rachael are Wilson now being or made.Helen
ti They are Bill McCrea and Jim
Period Of -. Atkins for your reservationsNOW.

MAY 10th llrt. i MAT ISth IStl l f .Blend new I All motel *AQ Scaggs. Radio operators are .

Sun. > Mon. r,:; He now humbly asks all voters in Collier County to 'r rs Bum Proof Plastic Top DetIctU' *
ISF.SS MACHINES-BALES. REPAIRS hours a day,seven days week. doing odd Jobs trying to

IiNE ... consider his experience and qualifications and RO \SO RENTALS FREE. PRO PTOF.LI'F.Rt Last Thursday night the Wo.man's raise class the trip necessary to Nassau.funds fora If

SERVICE Club had a demonstration
you have a Job have put
7U Sib At*. tt*.' Ml 1.MJ1 of Dutch-Maid and you
1 w r.scoot other friends clothing off for quite a while, wish
of ana
:j to the polls and join his host costume jewelry, open to the ing it would do Itself -- now
flUl IICONO HATUai -- .
Is the time to HAVE It done

MACK rOMST MS \ ; neighbors in giving him your vote and support. BEING ABLE TO WORK UNDERPRESSURE -
Mockingbird Mimic
o The mockingbird, with a

a; He Will Be Very Grateful rich repertoire of songs of Its
own alto mimics almost every
a other bird and frog found In
Is very, important in the person you elect to serve on the school Board the neighborhood.


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..;. :;.,," _. .." Sunday, May Ie, 1964 COLLIER rot"XTY NEWS 3I
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6 Girl! Scout SIWf"

1 BY 1.8iS. E.W. TIME RIAKt'
Phone 2-8680 rV


ill Scout leaders please note In transportation and at camp
that the last leader's mr tlng and Senior Scoot pam 1 Coe fen

will be held Monday May 25, oigantotng 1 games, flag ceremony -
7:8f P.m. at the Scout House, ana making the Prov.n.
ambler Park. Troop financial lee feel at home. One half of
reports should be turned the Junior troop acted as hostesses
In at this meeting. Further while the other half of
planning for Day Camp July the troop prepared the meal and nS"NSIIINE. SUPREX

P-lTrh will be on the agenda, did the camp chores Some 40() A
as wen as final troop reportsof girls represent and all hoped -
N1+ Iwwi eFTiXcj
activities for the past year' for another such occasion soon. KING of HAWAII
i es sd . r
t s to 1Ia isIs ,
is is It 1 If sosl Girl Scouts please remember Troop 276, Junior Scouts
ss ss 54 s. .. st the Junior Life Saving and under the leadership of Mrs iA PINEAPPLEJUICE
1 L' ss so i irst Aid courses being given Deny Smith and Mrs. George
+1 bv Mrs. Allen Bioee, Troop McKay, held their meeting on
124, Red Cross Instructor, beginning Wednesday, May 20,at the Scout
M r" June 1st, and continuing House, and plan their last meet I
through the week for a 15 log at Lowdermllk Park with
hour course Registration for cook-out next Wednesday,May
LIFE OF A MERMAID doesn't look so tough Life Saving class win be at 27. Girls are asked to meetat
when you take a peek at Terry Ryan of Duluth, Mrs.Oscar Yanson's pool 1838 the Park Immediately after

Minn? Florida's Weeki-Wachee' underwater pin. Hurricane Harbor, The Moor- school r.y F :' 46-0z. Can
I up girl of the month, All she seems to be doing; Ings, Monday, June 1, at 8 1'adgesearneddur1 the past
is floating around, holding the calendar in place ajn. Registration for First year by members of this troop t tl
for the fish to read Now if she'd come up on Aid will be at the Scout House are as follows J Kathy Keeley,

shore where we could all take a look Monday, June 1, at 12(30 p.m. Water Fun and Collectors'badges *
This Is an excellent opportunity plus Backyard Fun badge: 294
for Scouts 11-IS years of Lydia Smith Water Fun and tl'
I Junior Life-Saving Classes age to complete badge requirements Toy Maker's badge sl Jo Anne :
on these subjects Russell Water fun and Backyard ,
1 e
Mrs Allen Blbee, Red Cross certification on completing the Fun badges) Maureen "
Girt Scout Woodson Art In the Round t, GOLDEN HARVEST
water safety Instructor,and lead requirements. Regular swimming v
tr of Cadette Girl Scout Troop Sessions will be eery day the classes for beginners, advanced Backyard Fun, Out Door Cook 7 r, PRUNE JUICE
124, announces registration for first week of June-Monday, 9 "beginners, Intermediates, Pets, and Skater's bad-eSIu.e
Girl Scout and CAP cadet will a.m. to 12 noon, and each other swimmers and those Interested Russell Ware Fun and BackYard
be held Mon aY.June Iat 8a.m. day from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. In synchronized swimming, Cook badgest Lynda Smith,
Thla Junior life-saving course Those desiring to take advantageof will begin the second week In Hospitality, Housekeeper,Out 40"02, 394
la 15 hour this opportunity should be
a and will
course permit *
door Maker and
June and continue through the COOK, Toy
graduate to carry Red Cross present at the pool of Mrs. Os.
car Yanson, 1838 Hurricane Har. summer. Registration will beat Water Fun badges! Gall Wag es
bor in The Moorings.Registrantsmust the Scout House Monday,June oner, Water Fun Badgei 1 Lyn-
f be 12 to 13 years old.First fi, 9-10:30 jn. and schedulefor da Unkeless, Backyard Fun
FROM LITTLESPARKS. classes will be setup. Mrs. Books, Collectors, Cook 1.
fJt Course Allen Plbee, Red Cross water Home, Health and Safety, Hospitality /
safety Instructor, and Miss Housekeeper, Indian O O
.7'c'H Opens Here June 1 Deny Docker water safety Instructor Lore,Outdoor Cook Pets, Toy
GIANT FOREST will conduct the class Maker, and Pen Pal badges r
A It hour course In First Aid
ft.W'FlRES will be held MarcIa Evans Cook, Housekeeper
GROWl! leading to certification\ by the Red est Swimming at V 1llJitfli4
Cross will begin at the Scout Mrs. Osca r Yanson's pool 1838 l Health Aid, Water Fun
House, Cambler P.rkJun.l l,and Hurricane Harbor, The Moor- badges,Jeannie Pllson,Collec-
I[ continue throughout that week, Ings. tors' badge
from 1:30 to 3:30 each afternoon. The troop has accomplisheda

BEACH RENTAL All Girl Scouts who wish tote Troop 124, Cadctte Troop, great deal during the year,
[Modern quire their first aid badge and Red under the leadership of Mrs learned many new skills, enJoyed -
cottage directly
on Cross certificate are asked to Allen Rlhce and Mrs.Ruth Matthews the company of friends,
Naples Gait; beach, com- be present June I, Monday, at )
Is planning a formal and had a great deal of Just
Portably accommodating 12:30 to register. Scout Lead.
tea on Sunday May 31, at the plain funlJunior!
1 four. Screened porch over ers and girls who wish a re. .
Scout House 4 p.m.. honoringthe
hooking studio fresher may also attend.
Gulf living
Mrs. Allen Blbee, Red Cross parents and adults who havehelj''d Cadeite and Senior
room, \large !bedroom, air Scouts lease be sure to be
First Aid instructor, and lead. the troop during the
conditioning, TV, tao rom er of Cadett Troop 124, will year. A |yogram based on the at Naples Memorial Gardens
|plele bath. electric kitchen give the course. Girls must tie 11 Cadette Challenges, with skits on Saturday, May 30, In full
attractively furnished to 13 years of age to qualify for and dramatizations will he presented uniform, at 10 a.m. to par .
land equipped for immedi the instruction. by the girls who have ticipate in the Memorial Day
late occupancy Available planned the whole occasion services Pa rents a re asked to fAUX"i
|weekly, monthly' or .... II" III'JIIIh' musK ,Jr.ipin, ,iliemselves. At the Troop't,, see that the girls get to the
ii' uiul Uiitis the ,
in liwtu.h
,01llIly. "jl'' ,,,,"i .. rwid-nie but un fleeting May 18, a discussion c.Juibtery on time) U It U absolutely -
Contact was held how assist the impossible for parentsto
your :pinh'i', 'I.ml. that gels on to
I broker or rail Ml I 2-3630 ,,' -,ii '" 'f. h..M Brownie Fly-up ceremony, on go, please see that Scouts
1"!', ',, I ,l>, i,1.111'' ..i., .1 Is'. making posters for the Collier are at the Scout I louse,Cam CHOICE, LEAN CHOPPEDSIRLOIN
th, nm' '1'1'1, County Wood Dank drive to bier Park at 930 a.m. to geta
be held June 17-18thi and the ride.

cadettes also planned meetings lb. 8911-
during the summer to be held CAP MembersTo
"as the spirit moves" with PATTIES

trM and Drapery Fibrin funcanuphigwork sessions and Attend Meet
service projects as program . . . . . . .w
At HollywoodThe r.
Notion.quilted. material. All Junior 7th, 8th 1
and 9th grades who will be Nnplei fiqiiurtron, Civil' U.S. CHOICE BONELESS ROUND 'p
Cadette Scouts next year a re Invited Ur Patrol, will to rrprenpnlwlt
Alteration to participate In the sumI (he 1904 SoullipaHlern Region. SWISSSTEAK
mer programs al 1 Conference to l hp held at the I
JI(1lumat> | Mel(1 In"uUywI"III,'''. !
Everything for ICs Home lease 79c
Drownle Troop 256 under the : Serilora and officers | Ian.
leadership of Mrs Ed Wilson, ping io attend I Indoaln:Cul.GeorgnWall
made an and Cap Rotor Arlck, Cnrf.
Interesting rtitertalntng
Joyce Ferrln, Lt !!"lt Pearman,
The Fabric; Mart trip to Caribbean Gar !.M Dim SwHiNiin, and' S.M Anne. !
dens ULiday. May 19. Drown- wpnmm. . wwwrwwrwwwwr . . . .J
Ics wish to thank Mr. Dar- More than 900 CAP nieinln
roll, Mrs Nelson Farrber, are expo<"liHi at the conference, Silver FlossSAUERKRAUT
690 Filth' Ave., So. MI 2.3334 Mr, pat Pal Icy for help In t he first to be entirely I rumluit
transportation MIssDenlseoiiow e!d by officers (>f Hie UnitedSlalwiIr I *:
for assistance with the J h Force, June 4 IK 7. Joining ( (
.. hit Florida representative will 1
---- troop The last meeting of this :
troop will be held Tuesday,May 18 CAP members from PuertoIco il
I Aljlmma Tern 'i
NAPLESiii 26, with a visit to the Florida ., 'f
anri .
FLY imp JNIa9lssiigd.FIacial | l <
Power and Sunshine 303 S
MIAMI Light: 1 Kitchen. | seminars arelotmcotu 2 254 '-- ''
Purled by the U.S. Air Force amiatlnnal CANS
Maffera cm (the new Aer.
Shadowlawn Drownle I Education and! cadet
Troop 'part pro.
New Year Round Daily Schedule 22, under the leadership of gram: Including the Chaplain' iwwwwrwwww.i .
Mrs Gladys Vance, accompanied part' In the cadet program and
NapUt To Miami Junior Troop 212, leaders I'f'rlal: : Artlyltlea for ca
7:45 A.M. 11 ;30 A.M, 3,45 P:M. Mrs.Vern Aurlt and Mrs.June : lists|> In CAP,Opera. i .
Rudy, to Camp Tlmherford for e inns Including the emergency CUT GREEN BEANS pit
Miami To .irvlrM.wareh and rueClvll
Naples an outdoor meeting Thursday
900; AM 2:I 15 P.M. 500 P.M. May 21, to become acquaintedwith I", ferine, Plying Safety, Senior s45e :
raining the T 31's to tie : c
Condition .and Krurrrationa the camp facilities A r classed>l to CAP by the AirForney "
to point In the world
any one pot meal was cooked for
MjtcrUI anti SuWly,f'om
NAPLES AIRLINES supper and thoroughly enjoyed n,unkatk anti Information : SWEET PEAS : f
by all present. Members of Air fIn M the convention is 303
Naples Airport CoMourM I Miami Airport the troop wish to thank Mrs being provided. all senior mem. p2 39C : ;E.4'c'
MI 21434 NE 4Mil Miller, Mrs Coe, Mrs.Davis Get. : CANSYUBAN ) '
City Ticket office Maple Travel Agent 4 C--. and tIrs,Tlmherlake for helpNOW..WASHINGTON A Fin Frolic will M held
Friday eight and the annuii . ,
wards banquet is to be hel"! I Iiturda 'SO'
evening. Pllr"l..mlak.
part In in' annual flight Io Inn INSTANT 01 S r5 ;
Bakam4e Immediately follcrwlrsrit '
FEDERAL t Conference. COFFEE oz. 89c

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_SUNDAY MAY 24, 1964 In Circuit Judge ProblemBY

Vote As You Please-But -
ItJ Please VoteNext t J J.fIJ. J. BRUCE BIOSSAT

now has over one-half million residents. \ T i Washington Correspondent
Tuesday thousands of Floridians Ii Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
But it is a "small" county compared to .
will finish the (lob of selecting a Democratic
NEA(I-Preaident Johnson is getting
nominee for governor to meet the Countians have developed a : ., s. pretty deep into the thicket of problems that go with filling

GOP nominee in November.The tendency to look upon Collier County as tL important federal judgeships. No Chief Executive escapesHisnrealivmthankless
Democratic nominee must be A M 1 I .7 ,
something of a poor country cousin. Miami assignment is choosing a replacement

either Haydon Burns, mayor of Jacksonville newspaper and television editorialists for Judge ben Cameron of Mississippi. Cameron who died

or Robert K. High, mayor of Miami. have on many recent occasions attempted l 1 J several weeks ago was one of the nine Judges serving on the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit covering Texas
In the past, at least one runoff candidatehas dictate how shouldbe
to our county Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama, Georgia, Florida and the
been from a small or medium-size run. One newspaper actually expressed Canal Zone.

county and the latter invariably won. the opinion that Marco Island Cameron's one-man rulings frequently slowed or
orders Issued by other
t l blocked court desegregation
The reason presumably being that a goy should not be developed, but kept as is t Judges in school cases. lie was a key figure |In delays

ernor from a smill or medium-size countycan for the enjoyment and pleasure of Mi- I which preceded entry of Negro James Meredith Into
best "balance" between the University of Mississippi In late 1962.
serve as
amians.To P
have been quietly filtering in
legislative delegations from the large date, Duval County has not triedto from Though senators recommendations representing some of the affected states, as

and small counties, and thus prevent a dictate how our internal affairs shouldbe kru' well as from outside sources no action on the Fifth Circuit
k/ has been taken or seems likely in the early future
case of "the tail wagging the dog"To conducted. However, both Burns and : vacancy

be practical about the current race, High have been highly critical of "Alli- THE CHOICE WILL NOT BE EASY. Civil rights groupsare

small county voters have good reason to gator Alley," saying plainly they do not want another Cameron.
Militant segregationists will resist a moderate choice. If
regret that both Burns end High are from It was hoped that the two runoff talent scouts should consult both camps in the search for

"big" counties. Both will be obligatedto candidates would get down to a serious / V some sort of compromise, the result could be merely to fan

seek Immediate reapportionment of discussion of issues following the first / their both.mutual suspicions and make any selection unpalatableto

the state legislature to give their coun- the Miami court is
primary. Unfortunately, candidate The problem over the Cameron appeals vacancy
ties better representation. It also must has chosen to attack his opponenton ; further aggravated by a current move to split the Fifth
Circuit into two smaller circuits. The present circuit is
follow that this can lead to an effort to Inconsequential matters that provide ti I : the second largest geographically, and has the largest work

change the formulas for distribution of very little Information on the serious issues load of any appellate region in the United States.

gasoline and race track taxes. Dade Involved. It does not seem overly The Judicial Conference of the United States, headedby
Chief Justice Earl Warren, recommended a split many
Countians have long held that they are Important to know, for Instance, how months ago. This official body of top Judges suggestedthe

entitled to the lion's share of both, and much money the candidates have In Fifth be divided so as to include Texas, Louisianaand
,,,,,,. the Canal Zone In one circuit, with Alabama, Misf -
for their .aayy.w.You're
there Is some justification con their bank "
accounts. ml lW< '27ZY' ( "T, the other
tention. But it must be admitted that High's n_____ 'nm_" _,_ ..,_. ,,,;' .. .. ,,,,,,,,,,-Y./,, ,,,,.._''-- ,. > / At:; r f A tisslppl.draft bill Georgia embodying and f'lorlda these In proposals is due for Senate

On the other hand, small county residents tactics are considered "smart politics." committee study. But, once again, civil rights and segrega-

feel justified in holding on for In view of Burns' tremendous lead High tionist forces are each suspicious they will somehow suffer
. . . if this or perhaps any division is decided upon.
life what For instance
dear to they've got. has no alternative but to confuse as many the Buyer--

Iou of our present share of gasoline voters as possible before next TuesdayIn ONE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: : LAWYER comments that
the moonshot project at Cape Kennedy even without the controversy over possible division, choos-
and race track taxes would mean the hope that they will switch their But of What? A supersecret code used by supersecret ing a new judge In a difficult area like the Fifth Circuit can

an additional tax burden each year of allegiance to him. spies be tougher for the President than naming a new Supreme

approximately $35 for every man woman Since no clarification of issues has BY PAUL JONES friendly No, it's appliance just a friendly corporation message to let from a house your Court Not justice.all Johnson's dealings with the judiciary are this

end child In Collier County. Consider been provided during the runoff cam wife know exactly what she got for her troublesome. Thus far in 1964, he has nominated, and had

that Collier County's share of gasolinetaxes paign, it Is Impossible to suggest to money when she paid out $5.93 to have her confirmed by the Senate, seven federal judges. lie has
electric iron fixed at the corporation's named another seven on which action is pending.
in April alone amounted to slightlyover readers which of the two candidates .,,c4LTe ,DVwz friendly service outlet. There are ten spots to be filled on the federal benchat
$75,000 with another $26,000 should be supported on that basis. Some M w/NYn1 R / It's part of the big push to "communicate"and the district court let el. and five in various appeals

going to the road department to be local voters have Intimated they intendto "identify" with the customer-to" "estab- courts from coast to coast.
lish the corporate image. Four of the vacancies are the oldest on the list, dating
credited to the county. Last year the flip a coin as they enter the voting Thanks to the information on the receipt from the creation of 73 new federal Judgeships in late May of
county received: over $120,000 In race booths. the happy housewife knows that her iron 1961. These posts in other words, never have been filled. In
track taxes. The loss of of now has in it something called XA9X35, as two of these cases, work loads are not great enough in the
any portion However, on the basis of past r/
per plainly explained in line one of the receipt. area to create heavy pressure for presidential action.
this Income would have to be made up formance, and the belief Collier County .. And she must be pleased to see that her

by local taxpayers.To would receive a better shake under his Iron also now possesses something known Heavy Load IL NEW DENOMINATION
X ( Is that "D" 19X479
simply as or a ) as
be perfectly frank, it appears that administration, this writer has determinedto stated clearly in line three. Manager of the Indianola,

Collier Countians on Tuesday will be vote for Haydon Burns on Tuesday. The lady Just possibly may be wondering Iowa, agricultural stabiliza
however, if the friendly repair man has re- tion and conservation service
faced with the of selecting the t
We that of readers who office in order
suggest our put for
any wired the iron, or changed the oil, or replaced an ?
candidate that Is likely, if elected In No- may still be undecided give serious the element, or merely cleaned out 5,000 paper clips, but due i
vemb r, to be the ,least harmful to Colder thought to'doing the the squmthrub. to an error in an electric u.ae .
same. ; ,. billing machine he received L:
.*.' 'A* 1 h This mass ,f hieroglyphics Is "commmieating ,
County. u
It Is' Important that every eligible' ,1IY ?" You could dig e'I Just nearly clips.Thpy weighed BONDS
The 1960 census gave Dade Countya voter go to the polls next Tuesday. Don't as well if it were written in Sanskrit) five ton .
population of 935,047, which means The average citizen doesn't expect to be - - - - -.
stay away you don't like either cut in on hat's going out over the hot line
-. it now has well over a million. Duval candidate. between the White House and the Kremlin. TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA

county was credited with 455,411! I In the Vote for whom please but I But it would be kind of nice to know what
you they really have done to iron, or 100 YEARS AGO
1960 it safe to it your your
census, so seems say PLEASE VOTE ON MAY 26. ...'''''M.... _....,.......... vacuum cleaner, or your television set or By Florida Library & Historical Commission

power mower, wouldn't it? CltH Wor Contarmiol' Commute.

What do you that is up there It would make it so much easier to"identify" _ _ _ __ _ _ m _.
'ot h r.s :s.ay Something fresh oft the drawing board of with the corporate image
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS May 24 -The Confederate commander at Lake City

t inform Captain Di'ckison that he ii unable to send additional
-, COLLIER COUNTY NEWS forces to help "picket Green Cove Springs and
MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit.-Publlhr QUICK QUIZ 7 people Biyard Major Hamilton, Quartermaster of Gainesville
THOMAS HAVER. Awciau Editor hat been instructed to send forage for the aboveto
an'i'a' ; : dolly:: d 0-Undtr what pen name in the "
Hi| .c.ar.rn'::= by did Thomas Chandler Halibur- ( Bayard.
th.Inch Collier HI Twjifth County/*.Publlihln.??.. south, Co N..- ton write? r' C In a general order issued today by General William G.
pL Bea.. 17J7.FL, Mall addr..a P. O. A-Sam Slick. v J news. Barth from Confederate military headquarters at Lake

Td.phon. Midway 11107 for In NEW YORK (AP) Gen. City, Captain J. J. Dickison, 2nd Florida Cavalry, and
p Q-For what is the Yankee John IC. Orhirt, head of the hit men are commended for their "gallant expedition
Subscription Riin sea captain, William Driver, North American Air Defense against the enemy's detached post on the St. Johns."
dvSrteV"'I.' or man, p.yb s In remembered? Command, predicted in New Dickison, "crossing the St. Johns River in small boats,
A-Our flag is said to have York that 1975
Friday by there
((1 Thr.a on. Y..' 'IS, shy Menth S7SO, been named "Old Glory" by will be 10,000 man.mad object with a force of fifty-four men, surprised and cap-
Monlh. SU5. tured the detachments
M.mb r of Tht Awoclittd Drivermaster of the brig orbiting the earth enemy's at Welaka and Fort Gates
which : ntitltd' xcluiivtly to "hi Charles Dagget. He raised the While such a number of orbit.int .taking, in all fifty-six prisoners, including two commii-
UM nw,for Ittmt ropublication printed In this ol all local' flag on his ship August 10. object will not present a sioned officers; with eight horses and the arms and equipments
soul *ll. AP n.w. diipitchM.: paps aa 1831, saying "I name thee Old traffic problem, Orhart said of the entire force. Captain Dickuon and his brave
ho Ent Pool.r.d Olfic II ttcond it Nipl.t.aiu i mono Florid.it, Glory." It will man more difficult tit* men then returned to their camp, bringing in the wholeof
und.r Act ol March I, JM7 command's space detection and their captures, after an absence of forty-eight hours
h' .. e tracking system In Colorado during which they traveled eighty-five miles and effected
:t" Springs, Colo. the result detailed without the loss of a man." General

II L. A.O c. HRD NEW YORK (AP)-John Fits Barth says that "such an exploit attests more emphatically

...... I1IfIIlmJ: NUMERAL ALEE gerald, 33, a Queen account. the so truly courageous qualities of the gallant men and
n CkrtettM Uoallw
ant, became the tin millionth skillful leader who achieved it than
: TUFT commendations it
started .nt I' those mlnlatw beat! any
It at *ni visitor to the New York World'aFair would be possible to give them."
ACROSS 32. Charles PATS.SeX.DUE Friday-.xactljr a month
I. Conlferous Dickens T R V C A R E. L. E. S s from It* opening day. May 21 -The Florida Brigade, commanded by General
Voters Will Decide tree 33 ,I.II ... A R R. B E R f. T Joseph Finegan, arrived It Richmond today and will join
4. Knock 3S. Uw RAMIE I I' t '01.. LOS ANGELES (AP) Ma Anderson'i Division. The brigade consists of 1st Battalion,

Taxpayers have been looking attack the "Scared Cow" of homestead 11.7. Soft Lateral enforcers E %( 0 T E" I Ie. SUP West want an exclusive use of Lieutenant Colonel Charles Hopkins; 2nd Battalion, Lieutenant .
drink 38 the name "Diamond LIT' and
PIT. DO.T 0 T T 0 Colonel Theodore Brevard; 4th Battalion Lieutenant
which has been -
takanee at non-Uxpaying property exemption, 12. Supplement beverage feels strongly enough about It to
'S owner In Florida for a long time. effective in Florida for 30 yean. 13. Silver 39, "'Of I. me A LIT. M I T R A T E. go to court to keep another ac. Colonel McClellan; and 6th Battalion, Lieutenant
14. S L 0 E. DEI IT I I E 5 John M. Martin.
Lugubrious {U. Tell tress from It.
who high taxes because However, all of the voters of a story using
ThoM pay 16. Lnrl! 4{. Dimciv T fit N G 0 DE. 0 R V ., .. .
10 many properties particularly Florida will have to approve the 17. Ex 1st. slow' 'f' .<::,W

residences assessed at low value amendment In other words, all 18. Mangier U. Command SOLUTION TMTIIDAY'I PU2ZII

escape taxes try to think up devicesto Florida citizens will have to decide 20 Oilof roses to a horse c HOW DOES IT WORK X MY! uFiat TH* EMMY KODOCtOi
22. Illmannered 46 Long.nosed 2. 7 Took long H / nfcncou .n rxsiootso
make the load a little lesi one- whether the people of Sarasota person fish language rep TO OUST MUM Tie aratMlSSIIE

aided, but nothing has seemed to be County will be permitted to make 23. Trouble 47 Playthings 3. Akin II I'nala 1ay I aY I BOMMe&MNT Of
the And 24. Popeichurch 48. Semi 4. Attribute 9: Trance EQJIpUEIJT TUNGSTEN ELECTRON
possible until the recent election In change. all who approve
49. II fruit Ogle
Sarasota County. homestead exemption: as it now 28 Firedog DOWN en 5. Haw, huh .15. Date .
X RAYS tllll P81t1l1lT1 un.IICSI -
Over on the Gulf coast there exists probably will! disapprove. 31 CderyUe 1. Passing 6. Flah.eaung 19 / Iktihe TltIlT Its UU'f1fV1* TO OIDlIlAIfY Rxbi .pt -
was a referendum to decide whe- Conversely, all owners of rental plant style bird 20: N ,i UIHT I Aso I AFFECT a I'ItOTotIfll'H1C ; -
21. 2,000lbo. Fun\ HEIICI MY UII II USf TO -
ther a constitutional Amendment property or business property probably 'r r 24 Cough PsoTOsfPN TltlIITHJOe 01'I' IITlutTllRl .
e 1'- III u 01 lIP TIll HUM' toO'I.I j caisocea
would go on the ballot his Novem- will vote for the change in .L drop

ber to permit Sarasota County to the hope that if it can be brought /I ? I! 25.thoroughly Search

make a'change the present homestead about in Sarasota, maybe it can be IS 26. CommoIf -
exemption system. It was approved adopted in other areas. J'' lion 4 TNe alrillt iIECTtONS AtE FitES FMeI Tl

by a vote of 7,805 to 6,219. If, for Instance, such a change .; z IT ; gI 2;. And Wading noc l FEOaTNI ANODE CATHODE l A HIGH YpLTA6E Tome

The proposed amendment would were in effect in Monroe County, iO II I'" 1Wbirds VACtNkM TUOE.

permit the levying of school taxes enough additional taxes for schools '.
l' .. ram ag wN
lf 6
en the first 2,000 of assessed valuation would become available for a general n 33 bird,l t

of all homes, then apply the decrease In the tax rate. In. 2a y IS' decree Court s T. attxx sttes -t
$5,000 homestead exemption.Since deed, a great many home owners '/ 341'1aylly r
?,?;; IU n n tANTynatIioc
the Constitution sets a 20- whose taxes are now too high for W '/M ,? taptk
mill limit on school taxes, at the their comfort probably would like JS IJ"s I"T v'- 3$by. Time gone Zocooo sour

maximum this would permit $40 in to see such a change. 1- .I .- .' 31i. HodgeJI -

taxes en now totally exempt prop. What happens to this measure I" Indolem / /
ertJ .. This Is the. first time that In November will be watched generally I. I IfS 41 '. T. .te T1e sue in ca a usa tEIKMNpsupoNlli

legislators have had the nerve to throughout the state. y ;:& fl'I" army abfr, op
42. Label 1M McTEt11K 1Hi0h/11
K.y Wilt Citizen for fcm. 22 mm, 4_ IV_,,_ U. h\'orb unit TNt snag N.ssi pass.




California CAGLE'S PRIDE FRESH FROZEN Gov't. Insp. Grade "A"
I 'u .':\"T.IIIIraI: PCCEivT


Favorable MARCO


.., h ''''!'WIIo v.. -. ,....wa
Says RockySAN

fork COY. Nelson A. Rorkefell.'r .
says he has found a swing
to Mi faror In hU California

Republican_ presidential prl.
nary battle with Arizona Sen.
Barry Coldwater.

"Everywhere I have been ,
this week," Rockefeller told an..a L e O .N
conference Friday after
four days of Intensive cam. CELIENCPrksi
patgnlng, people' have been
saying that they have switched; EHectlvl Mir 25 Dire 21 i
they are going to support me. CApTMrAl'
"There Is real enthusiasm. C
Things are looking up." STORE HOURS
Rockefeller returned home pl OPEN TIL 6:30: MON. TO THURS r+i 1.. '
Friday night. He had the Call.
P.M. FRI. /
fornla OPEN TIL 9.00 /
campaign spotlight to
himself the past week, with OPEN TIL 7.00 P.M. SAT

Coldwater.In Washington .
But Goldwater took Ms turn /r
Saturday. He flew into Los .
Angeles with a 1 p.m. news con. QiMtfty Rights Roe/evod Lb.
ferae his first order of bust
ness. 1 t t
Beginning 'Monday-; they'll GOOD
both stump the state for six '
air, '
days In quest of California's 86 : BISCUITS
delegate votes at the Republl.

can National Convention here in FREE This Week 8.n. Gn $i; ,
July. These go to the winner of

a June 2 primary.A NICE CATCH Mr. and Mrs. A. C Ehlers from CURRIER I IVES l
Coldwater supporter for. Shirley, Illinois, who are vacationing at the Islander
mar Republican Rep. Patt Hil had a fin" catch of six snook while fishing DESSERT DISH e
lings, kept the absent senator'scampaign W-D BRAND LEAN FRESHGround
with Captain Nate Hunt of Captain's Landing
boiling with a news
conference In Los Angeles Friday The largest snook weighed 20 pounds, the next With Corps From Book Aid Beef

In which he said Goldwater sire weighed 20'!* pounds. The smallest snook $S or More PurtkauNOTICII
comes closer to the philosophyof weighed 16 pounds.
the Elsenhower.Nlxon admin. Only tw vkitMwIn
1st rat Ion than does Rockefeller. The Marco Island Corporation Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Ehlers T. Tok.Adomtog I I" Convenient \ 1 .

Hillings said Rockefeller is development is beginning to take fished Wednesday with Captain FTM DfonrwCv .' CHUB PACKS! Lb. 3 9
"splitting the Republican party shape. The dike has been raised Bob Kerr, and caught their quotaof *.nl r/ t
asunder and thus providing am. from Smoke House Bay to the snook, two nice size, the rest DIXIE DARLING WIENER OR ; :
munition for the Democrats'come Marco Lodge Dock and a good were nice eating site.
November." bit of fill Is already on the Mr. Cheeseborough, from Ml Hamburger Buns 2 Pelt **. 29c
In San Francisco the draft first finger Island. The old cor. ami, who is staying at the Mar. ,
Lodge organisation announced poratlon house that Harvey Stephens co Lodge, landed a 20 pound v Jr
it was going to work to turr lived In and the house the snook while fishing with Capt.
out the largest possible Repub. Rimes family lived in have been ain Dewey Robinson. N
llran vote in the primary In a torn down. The First Florida Resource
drive to beat Goldwater. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Addison Corporation of Naples set their } / lI I '
have moved from the house they trailer office between Marco
had lived In for many years to Lodge and G. and G. Mercantile
300 HomelessIn one of Kelly Cantt's cottages.Mrs. Store. The salesman Mr. Kings I I
Roberts and daughter J'na.bury, will sell lots and custom e f Ea
dy from Immokalee visited Mar.built homes for the Marco Island
$750,000 co Saturday and brought all their Corporation development. ?41/ t
friends some of those delicious

Boston Fire Immokalee watermelons.Mr. BIGGEST SNOOKMr. I I CROSSE I BtACKWELL DATE
and Mrs Ralph Doxsee and Fletcher of Coral Gables ASTOR INSTANT I HELLMANS I
BOSTON (AP)-'Tf we didn't daughter Nancy, and Mrs. Char. caught ,a 23'/i-pound snook the
cut off the radiated heat, we'd lea Arthur and daughter Lynn, biggest of an eight snook catch.
have lost all of South Boston. were here for a weekend visitat Mr. Fletcher fished with Cap. Coffee i MoyonnoiseNul: Roll
We were either going to make It their Marco home. lain Lou Tarbert. It Is also the I
or die In our tracks because that Mrs. Louis Batastlnl and friend largest snook that has been caught
thing was coming right at us." from Fort Myers visited my home In Marco as of now.
That Is the way acting Fire Thursday. She returned home The Naples Fishing Tournament 6.L 81t. Gn
Chief John E. Clougherty de. with one of our poodle puppiesas Is on, and all fish can be One Umlt
scribed the determination with a surprise for her two grand weighed at the Marco Lodge Dock. Jar Twe C
$3 \,
which Boston fire fighters halt children. All out-of-state visiting fisher Limit One I 1 \
ed the city's worst blare in 100 Mr and Mrs. Ed Rohden and men have a chance of winning alouvlllli WIt S1 49cOL\ 39 JWith )10S1AlETi
years. sons of Naples visited Mrs. Rob.den's r.. I 'It Mere I ..
Tie general alarm fire at parents Mr. and Mrs. Fresh water Is expected to be .; I Tarhaes
Richard Addison Order
times a solid wall of flame on Sunday. across Marco Bay and Into Mar. 22c I SAVE l3e
swept along by a stiff westerly co from the Isle of Capri within SAVE 30e II
roared two SNOOK HOLE two months. The water line will I. _ _ _ _
breeze through : _ _ _ _ _ _
Wade of
Mrs. Harriet Naples
blocks of the .Andrew Square run along the east side of the
section Friday, destroying and spent two evenings at the Snook west sidewalk by the G It 0 :
damaging 35 three family Hole Motel. Each evening she Mercantile Store.Holley GREEN GIANT Al Green Cut SAXn Blatll.F."
houses, leaving more than 300 caught her limit of snook off the
persons homeless and causing motel dock. W.th'
estimated at $750,000, Mr. Favre arrived Thursday
all In an hour.A for an extended stay at the finook Charges Corn Oil Asparagus Peas
total of 31 persons were Hole Motel. Mr. Tex Suvan of ; : Pork I
hospitalized.-.everal of them in Miami Is staying at the motel
critical condition and more for one week. Demos Ignoring
than 200 others were treated at Mr. and Mrs. Anderson caught I
the scene by emergency medl. theft limit of large Ino cal crews for smoke Inhalationand released a number of small RightsPANAMA QL 10Y 'L I Cm
minor injuries. snook, four t o five pounds and Can
CITY AP- Rep. limit 5C.
kept the large ones. ( 39 I ) 9 1
Gene Elklns, Gunners Mate burg Charles, Republican Holley of nominee St. Peters for Tw1 I limit Th,.. I Three

Sgt. Alvin York's for 3rd a Class 12 ,day arrived furlough home with Sunday his governor voters, said"indicated today that they Florida have. SAVE 10c SAVE 6c : SAVE 3cO

family. Gene Is stationed Puer.
Condition Said had enough power politics and
to Rico with the United States I I
government by special Interest I
To Be Serious Coast Guard groups." DIXIE DARLING
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Addl.
Making a campaign stop at a
NASHVILLE Tenn. (AP- son have received a letter from _
The condition of Doughboy Sgt. their son Bruce Addison that he family reunion near here, Hoi. RYE BREAD ___
ley said that a great power
Alvin C. York remained serious Is now stationed in Pennsylvania
struggle had been going on for
Internal hem.
today, following for five months.
orrhaglng that has landed him years among Democrats 16M.Uaf. 10 a
In the hospital for the ninth ISLANDERIt "The fight has been for con.

time in less than hero two years.The of World. was a happy weekend for Mrs 1, ers trol know of tax it,"dollars he said and the vol. DIXIE DARLINGPOUND ) *freiUf FrulH+ ond VofltfobUi ouur* yov lh b buy.fof your monty

76-year.old Dot Elliott, when she landed two 1,
of the voters havebeen
to the hos.
I rushed
War was
20 four snook Dick
pound ounce
pltal early Friday from his Elliot had almost boated another Ignored again and again CAKE Yellow Rich Juicy111'RLceSI&'Z.E3
mountain home 140 miles north. and taxes have been piled on top Deep
snook, when It got loose and the
of taxes to bureaucratic
west of here In Pall Mall Tenn. cover
sinker back and Dot
came 5c
the Internal waste The majority of the peo.
Doctors stopped
bleeding and said the Medal of In the mouth. pie in Florida are conservative. 29
Returning home with a swollen Lemons
Honor winner will be allowed to They want less spending and Doz.
mouth the still says It was well lower taxes.'
rest as much as possible for a '
worth it. Enjoying the weekendat Holley said Friday night that ?
few days.York
the Islander with the Elliots
of the Amend
Liberty .
has been bedfast for 10 passage
as a result of a series of were Evelyn and Johnny De ment by more states would give FANCY CRISP STALKSIIIIY'S
years Bob, Barbara and Betty
strokes. He is the man whosinglehandedly Berry American taxpayers: a stronger FROZEN FINK OR REO.
slew 25 German Bandrelmer, from Miami. voice In their government, even Jumbo samba! Stalk 10'
Mr. and Mrs. Rotert Smith If It becomes of the Celery
soldiers and took 132 others cap. never part Lemonade .
Ind. have been
from Indianapolis, 1 V. S. Constitution. .
In the
of fighting
live in a day Islander. _
Forest In 1818. Gen. spending a week at the He said that when enough
Argonne They fished Monday with Cap'
John J. Pershlng citizen called soldier York of lain Swanson from Captain's ment states that adopt would limit the or amend.abol. SUPERBRAND VANILLA
the greatest 9 fer99c
Landing They came home with
1 Iso the federal Income tax, "to I
the war. their quota of nice size snook, the bu.
cause concern among
and reported that a* fast as the reaucratlc Wash.
big spenders
line hit the water they got a 1 Ingtoo steps will be taken to GARDEN GATE FROZEN
strike The snook are hitting on the actions of the federal
I plnflsh. Mr. and Mrs. Smith en' In ICE
LICENSE I.OURiNO I. with government more closely line Strawberries
Joyed going Sunday Captain with the desires of the majority
YOUR Swanson and his wife Betty to 1 of the people.
BIATH MONTH catch the bait for fishing.

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problems encountered by your school board. tt'fltNlnnl1 l1nilf1mfiJ

ELECT LES WHITAKER Krey Salisbury Scett Pence Medium Ego ....V. Aisertatl Scott

'1 TO THE SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT NO. 2 Steak Confidets'Noodles Sugar Cookies PlacematS

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. \ 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 24, 19(4 vt w + 11171
Chief IssuesWarnings Cypress ChapterOf

Eastern Star

i ForVacationers Honors MothersThe

) regular meeting of
Cypress Chapter No. 236 O.Es.
"4 was held at the Masonic Hall

in Pin ridge on Thursday at 8

With summer vacation time Matron Sister Trade

U hand, Chief of Police DenS Grjphan welcomed Mrs. Marlon

Caruthers yesterday Issueda Ellsworth past grand Ruth of

few basic precautions to homeowners the Grand Chapter of New Hamp. t,
which will aid Naples shire, and Mrs M.G. Des, grand :i' ,,' .

Police In safeguarding their Instructor of district No. 16, of \
F, Everglades, Fla.
homes while they are away. Twenty two mothers were \ t ,
"Need for In a \ '. Af
cars community : honored with the text to the cur. F 9t 7
such as this, where manyof rent song "Love Is a Many -4t!
the owners are absent for Splendored Thing' and were

t long spaces of time Is especial* given a small remembrance. A '0 "
P + ly great," he said. Mrs Polly Wiggins was madea '\
"Naturally one should be member Cypress Chapter /
certain that aU doors and windows affiliation and will be welcomed

L7V are locked" he said. into the chapter at the next meet. ? ,
Drawing the drapes and tiltIng Ing on June 4th.
"Sister M.G," was accorded a rr
Venetian blinds on windows
A courtesy to the tune of "SchoolDays"and Jk.J.l.l"'fill
on the ground level so that i'
presented with a bas I
persons approaching the houseor ketfull of "apples for the t .
ringing the doorbell cannot teacher
look In, Is helpful, he explain Sister Trade thanked her re* I'
ed. freshment committee announcedthat

During the evening hours a } : the next meeting would corn. 1

a house may be given a "lived- memorate Flag Day and announced .

In look" by leaving light burn- wt' x for the her meetIng.refreshment committee \ 1t ;

Ing. Automatlctlmers.connec-
Visitors present were Sisters
ted to a lamp can accomplish and Brothers Alex t'
F. Butzke,
this ruse while the owner U I .
Hazel P. Griffin, Alice Hill, ,
away. George and Betty Mills, Roy ;T, '
Garage doors should be kept and Sylvia Cobb M.G. Des
.!' ., i
closed, the chief suggested, as NEA Telephoto) Beulah Klnsly,Marlon Ellsworth, ,0 : t "
MRS. MICHAEL LANGEVIN an empty garage is a giveaway Altay Bonta and Herbert Bonta, -,
STRAPIIANGER DE LUXE-In her diamond dress actress
George and Olive
of the owner's absence. Longhurst and
i The chief further urged that Shirley MacLaine was a dazzling sight when she joined 300 Olive MeltsMembers. j
other celebrities on a gaily decorated subway train. They
advertise their departure present were:
Igli Lang evin people not were on their way to the New York World's Fair for a champagne Sisters and Brothers FlorenceS. ,::. ,,'
in the newspapers. dinner and the of her movie "What \
premiere new Walker Stella Cheek Ger. MRS WAYNE THOMASPltzer
It is a good idea to tell theo "
Miss Patricia Igll, daughter of illusion veil fell from a crown l a Way to Go! trude DeMers Bruce Jenkins, ,
Mr. and Mrs Andrew J. Igli of seeded pearls. next door neighbor when a person Virginia Taylor, Mary M.King,

Naples and formerly of Dayton, Mrs,, Igll mother of bride, Is leaving and if possible Minnie Bosley, Claudette Crau. ThomasMiss
Ohio, became the bride of Michael wore a street-length sheath ofchantllly leave a key with him so that oooooooooooooooooooooooooIROUND mer, Euvla Sawyer William Ty I

Langevin, sun .1> Mr. and Mrs. over taffeta and in a he may check the house periodically'he gett, Edith Tygett, Carolyn Easterly .
John P. Langevin of Naples,In St. pale lime shade. The sheath worn I advised.Arrangements Enid Neville, Martha Nancy Kerner Pitzer of silk organza with seml-bouf. y. I
Ann's Catholic Church yesterday.The by the bridegroom's mother was should be TOWN Watts, Naomi Floyd, Mar)' and Reverend Wayne Esmond ant skirt extending to chapel {
Nell Floyd, Shellie Lawhon Betty Thomas were married Saturday length train. The dress had a
four o'clock afternoon the same only In a lemon color. made to have milk deliveries
Brehm Walter Brehm, Doyle at 4:30 p,m. at Mt Tabor Metlio scoop neckline with baby seed!
ceremony was performed by Rev. The bride Is a graduate of Our discontinued and newspapers ;? JrS
Lady of Mercy School in Dayton Morris, Bess'e'! Morris, Ray dial CliuiLn,w inston-6alemN.C pearls and crystals. The.Iepve.
Joseph Beaumont. A reception can either by forwarded or By CIIARLOTTE DURNO MI 24697ooooooooooooooooooooooooo and "'
ifflcUted. were long in calla
Chrlstoffersen Minnie Chrlstof Rev. AC. Waggoner pointswith
and the 1962 class of Naples High ,
at the North Naples
but should
School. stopped, papers not Parsers, Betty Allen, Euvla The bride is the daughter of finger tip veil of Illusion
Civic Association Center. will reside in W1U. be allowed to accumulate dung Sawyer, Doris Gandees Helen Mr. and Mrs. CS. Pltzer of that fell from head band ol
The couple
The bride wore a gown of white ing one's absence. There are a few things coming to see her doctor and then de. Harvard and Grace Jenkins. Wlnstonfalem, N.C She Is a baby seed pearls. She carried
sink organza with a full three mlngton, Ohio, where Mr. Lan ** Finally! the chief suggested up that will\ make this week a lit. tided to catch a bus to Columbus graduate of Old Town High School white brides roses and white hy
vln la attached to the
I tiered skirt. The bodice was of missile base.Hepatitis. army that it is helpful U people will tie unusual. For one thing all the Ga, where she la visiting and Pfeiffer Junior College! MI. brld orchid on a white bride
chantllly lace with Sabrina neck. schools will\ be for the
advise his department when they closing with her son and daughter School Menus senhelmer, N.C., graduatingwith Bible
line and featured lily point summer this Friday.. much to in law, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby an Associates In Arts degree Miss Nancy Petree of Win. '
and when -
sleeves A shoulder length silk Takes are leaving they expect everyone's happiness. Then on Smith. Mrs. Smith will also be ston.Salem
The menu for the week of May from Pfeiffer Junior College in N.C., was tnald-of
to return In orderthat they Tuesday elections will be tak In.other. parts of Georgia visit 25 through May 29 at the Naples 1954. For the past 9'i years honor. Bridesmaids were Miss
Three Lives In may make periodic checks. ing place. This Is one thing that ing with old friends and relatives Junior High cafeteria will\ be: she has been employed In the Patricia McCuen niece of the t

BREWERY CELLARS NIXED Alabama Prison restsServices Cuba and several other places Monday Hamburgers but. Advertising Department of R.J. bride, and Miss La Vina Stevens,,
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) aren't enjoying so better get Mr. andMrs.H.B.ReederwereIn tered potatoes, onion slices, Reynolds Tobacco Company at both of Winston.Salem,N.C. The
Lake Street Church: of God hat MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP)- out and vote before you lose the Miami on Tuesday and then returned relish, fruit, milk Wlnston alem, N.C. wore short dresses of blue lace '
abandoned plans for using under An outbreak of infectious hepa Today privilege to Naples and motored to Tuesday Beef and gravy over Reverend Thomas was gradual over taffeta with elbow length I
ground brewery cellars aa Sunday tills at Alabama's Kllby Prison Schools On Saturday Mrs. John Nel. Palmetto where they visited with rice, cauliflower with cheese ed from Venice Nokomis High! sleeves and control skirts. They
has left three inmates dead and 19 For Four son and Murray and elsele board. Mr. Reeder's family.
School roomt. Instead, a new ..uce. lettuce salad, baked School. He received his A.B. carried colonial bouquetsofwhltt
church will be built over the old hospitalized. Gradating Motors from tour,'ed the train at Sarasota for theIr'lonr.awaited Larry Wicks son of Mr and apple slices, bread and butter degree from Florida Southern Frenched carnations centered
beer cavern,which will be filledin. Prison commissioner Frank of tot five coaniy high schools trip to Sheridan, Mrs. Sam Wicks, has been homeon milk. College and his! Tlteological' Se. with satin streamers. All of
Lee said the first! Wyo. where they will be visit. leave from Fort 1
cases of hepa* will hear Baccalaureate Sermon Jackson in Wednesday Beanie wienies, minary in wilmore, Kentucky the bridesmaids wore matching
Architects, I inspecting the tills appeared about the first of today and tonight to mark the ing with Mrs. Nelson's family North Carolina When Larry are spinach fresh vegetable strips, where tie received his B.D de head pieces of blue tulle and
basement, became Interested In the year. He said a blood pita, beginning of final graduation cer. until September. rived Mrs. Wicks was In Winter apple sauce, cake, bread and but. gree. blue taffeta bows and baby seed I
odd atone construction. Awaited ma program In which prisoners ., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Leigh, Haven waiting for the stork ter, milk. The bride pearls.
had participated since Decent Caner of Trlon, Ca., were visitors to bring a new grandchild was given in mar.
High School will holdservices recently co Thursday Ravioli
entrance broken through
was Chaplain let
up green rlage by her ( U.) Jimnli
lather C.S. P1Uter. ,
ber 1962 had at the home of Mr. Larry went to Winter .
been Lelgh'a.brwer Haven
torevcaVthe tunnele end avma.The. discontinued for Its two graduates beans, cabbage salad, coconut The brldo Wore R. Hill\,< n. 'Stewart Ci.fw'
: ,,fiev.Carl Mllynllrd,P"Dr"! even though doctors 'determinedthere this afternoon at'4 o'clock', In Ralph Leigh,, and Mrs .'Jo meet Jus muther.BIRTHDAY pudding bread and butter milk. a dress best man. Usher .ere, 'chllrlee
aaya coat of conversion la the apparently is no tonne the school cafetorlum.: Leigh of Rosemary Lane. Friday Ham salad or tuna Neal Pitzer(brother of the bride)
only reason the cavema won't be Lion between the plasma pro. The eight graduates from Be. Mrs. Ruth Smith of Pine Ridge PARTY salad, lima beans, potato sticks, Winston-Salem, N.C.; J.H. Shaw,,
used for teaching or heating pur- gram and the hepatitis out. tune will attend aervlcea at 3 Road went to Miami on the 12th Young Jimmy DeLine, son of bread and butter, Ice cream, ('brother.lnlaw of bride), Mt
breaks. ivm.. in the school cafetorlum.- Mr and Mrs Gene DeLine celebrated Meet ChallengeOf
poaea. Airy
N.C.; Rev Harry K. Jean
Both Immokalee and Ever. his fourth birthday last milk.The
Teacher neret, Clarkton N.C.,and Johnny
.0'_ Blades Hlfh\ Schools will hold MovesTo Sunday by entertaining a few menu at Shadowlawn School R. Poole of Wlnston-Salem
services at 8 o'clock in the friends with cake and ice cream. for the coming week Racial Issue After ,
Sea GateIn May 30 and a wedding
school auditoriums. Those taking part in the celebration MONDAY-Pork and gravy w.
trip to
Virginia and
( = TJ The Baccalaureate sermon for listing names of teach- were t Kevin Condon, rice, candled sweet potatoes, olives Baptists UrgedATLANTIC Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Kentucky will beat ,

the Naples High\ School graduates ers being transferred to other Kathy Cramer, Jeffrey Scotty fruit their home In Bonita SDrlllls
will be given at 8 p.m. Sunday, schools for the school term and Bryon Tarvln. TUESDAY Sloppy Joe, coleslaw Florida
)May 31, la the school auditorium., Mra. Callle Storter left Naples green beans, cake. CITY N.J. (AP>-
Commencement exercises for starting InSeptemberthemmeof on Wednesday for Gaines WEDNESDAY Roast beef A former prime minister of
liFo The Caduafe" Bethune High are scheduled for Helen J, Wilson was unintentionally ville where she will be visit. mashed potatoes, greens, jello., Canada and a former congress DEATHSSEATTLE

Wedneaday.May J'7atlmmokale.m.h overlool-.ed. The Ing with her son and his family THURSDAY-Raviola, tossed man have told Baptists to meet

WE, HAVE A GOOD SELECTION0 Thursday, May I8f,at Ever. NEWS apologizes and will stay until after her salad corn, pudding the lems.challenge of racial prob. Wash (AP) -

t glades and Caner on Friday, By order of the County Board granddaughter graduates FRIDAY- Sack lunch sand "You and I Frank Neumann 72, former
i -- May It. Naples High will hold at the Monday May 18, meeting Heard several rumors this wlch, potato chips, apple cook. have a problem chief of the Seismology Branch
final exercises on MontJa.Jun.I week of different families plan. lea. a problem of equality of all of
the U.S. Coast and Geodetic
Hand It was directed that Helen men,"' said John
G. Dlefenbak.
Bags Marling time U all schools nine on camping trips soon and Survey, died Friday. He had
Wilson teacher Shadow
J, at er former
has been announced at 8 rtcatlons... will prime min
p.m. so maybe things been 111 two months. An author.
I lawn Elementary, be transfer 9 Sentenced'For later, at the opening session
pickup. News-wise, that 1st! See Boy
\ Jewelry n burton Friday night of ity on earthquakes, Neumann
red to Sea Gate Elementary. around town. a three-day eel.
you left the survey In 1953 to become
Attempt At ebration of Baptist work In
t: Short Set A Lovely Blouse sweaters -----_ North America seismologist at the Univer
city of Washington. He retiredIn
Armed Robberty An estimated total of
handbags Teen Queen AbdicatesIn Baptists attended the meeting, 19G2
Gown PJ's Slips ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP-Two which followed annual sessionsof
} jewelry shoeshine boys who could bare the Southern and American BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
Favor of Cupid ly look over the long table in (Northern) Baptist Conventions. (AP)-Hobart Henley, 77, movie
WE GIFT WRAP AND MAIL IF YOU WISH t and at the Little Coquina front of the Judge's bench wore "11 we are to preserve the producer-director who worked

f sentenced Friday for a holdup people In all the world from the with many top stars and direct.ed .
1O Shop-a terrific sale onboys' It attempt last March. onrush of communism, we needa the first Will Rogers film

g I On March 21, bartender Pat. declaration of equality for all died Friday after a long ill.

Y J shorts. rick Vahey, 38, was alone in a men everywhere," Dlefenbaker ness since 1938 Henley had been retired
tavern when he was startled by said.
i for a limited time only a "don't move mister." Former Arkansas congressional -
.; Rep. Brooks Hays said HONOLULU (APJ-James J.
All/ shorts sizes 12-14-16 Vahey looked Into the business the racial issue Is the greatest Mullen, 56, an assistant to The
i end of a 3&>callber: revolver He challenge faced by Honolulu Slar-Bulletln editor,
.aS'h' e1a1 Baptists
ii i I, marked down to $2.00 + managed to disarm the bandit "We are a divided people in died Friday after a heart at.
i We honorAmerican but couldn't hold him Later the this land, and sometimes I fear tack. Mullen formerly was a political
: 3rd St. So. youngster was caught along we are outnumbered not writer and editor on newspapers
Credit Cards "Downtown Fifth Aveau men
t Express : with a both 9 In and
Beach Patio Bldg. .cond. years old, of hate but by men of Indlffer. Lansing, Mich.,
!, : iU.:; 1: \-t:":;': who had served as lookout In .nee," Hays said. Twin Falls. Idaho.EXCLUSIVE.
front of the tavern. The Baptist Jubilee celebra.

"' Union County Judge V. Wll..,Uon began after the Southern -
JUST A FEW STEPS TO BEACH lIam Di Buono sentenced the boy Baptists and the Northern group

""" ; who had the gun to Jamesburg together representing 12 million AT RAR
t > >' State Home for Boys for reha.. members had voted overwhelm.
bllltatlve treatment, and also directed Ingly against changing the U.S
that the youngster re Constitution to permit Bible Our Special
t calve psychiatric care. reading and prayer In schools.e .
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Chosen "Miss 'Teenage America" last fall, Judy Doll, 17, of

Navarre, Ohio, lost her heart to George Wolfe soon.to-be ty Mary 'll/eoJ .J1 ye1 ce I AccessoriesAntiques
21, of Mount Pleasant Mich-and her teen crown to run
s ner-up Jeanine Zavrel. 16, of Falls Church Va. Judy and Dyekee" Beat Club Bttaty Salon to J.nsa

George will marry in Mount Pleasant May 31 Jeanine, until Yssp'.reven
now Miss Teenage Washington DC.," will address various the audt. Special) tondiUolln,'. )jest INTERIORS
youth safety conferences throughout the nation during her lag hat something te do Half the reason youll pre-

reign and preside over "Miss Teenage America Day" at the with the flulalaale- of fr our professional .h.... Furniture

New York World's Fair this summer Her future plans include your beauty appearance!! pods, The other bait lice Upholstering

majoring in English at a college yet to be selected. And a lot te do with the la ear strong aUllful l Draperies

1044 let AVE. SO. fun of year safcmUit hands! How deftly ?,

California Redwood only 2i/2' yrs of age, I located in the charming area of the Pier If yoe>e always looked Iaand sway aerit01 -.., ,,?. Carpeting

Exponed beam ceiling, floor to telling\ atone fireplace: This home has S bedroom., on a thaaipoo a* a few relaxing your

two baths and enclosed screened porch: Kitchen baa built in range, oven also .(.ate* that might pit scalp and your neck Ooh,

refrigerator Master bedroom la air conditioned. nude ia y..r eye, better, bow food It feels end how
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IXt404 1 melon of this sea- Mrs. Baird Townsend and family

son was grown on the Peteharrington of Felda are making plans
/ farm and tippedthe to go to Australia this sum

By JANE MARTIN scales: at a husky 70 mer.M.C.
pounds. Previously,Gene and Tanner returned home

n ...JO.n vvJO Fred, Barfield had cut a 60- Wednesday after a week In
pounder only to be topped by llcndry General Hospital InClewlston. -
Each year more and more people stay on for the oldncy Hurneit's 66-pound melon .

glorious month of May So far no one has been disap- two days later Last year's

pointed. Add to the balmy breezes the breathtaking heaviest melon tipped the

poinciana trees with their showy red blooms as another 'r and scales was at a a'whopping.-" grown 84 by pounds Pete Seek MotiveFor

reason not to miss this time of the year in Naples. And flif uanlngton.Hunter .

the birds are in the act, too. Aren't they more exuberant V. gage was rushedto BoycottOf

than usual this spring? Naples community Hospital

Col. and Mrs. John Fuss are off a little earlier than accident last while week he after was a workIng freak- TV AwardsHOLLYWOOD

usual, but they want to be in Frankfort, Ky. for the -i L ,t fli on a machine at the new (AP)-The tele.

piano recital of their very gifted 13-year-old granddaughter watermelon packing shed of vision Industr,'! annual award
.. .
Carl Gild Jen south of binge was given a rousing .nd.ort
The just Bo-
family first discovered this child's sensitive ear / a fortnight before the event

for music when she was three years old. The regular YL f' 1 I I nits Springs.! as :Sage The was accident tightening occurred via blasts from CBS news and
ABC. Next Monday NBC will
accompanist was absent from Sunday School so this a nut on the machine The
telecast the Emmy awards, but
youngster volunteered. She accurately picked out two wrench he was using slippedoff it's likely that the Television
hymns with one finger for her classmates and astounded the nut and the wrench st rock Academy will never be the
him In the he was
eye reported aamt.
teacher Needless to there has been musical instruction
say + y J to be recuperating very Motives for the blasts have
ever since.In well at the hospital and look- been cause for speculation In

spite of nature's persuasion to stay many must Feminine fashions in cool fabrics lake us around the clock front pleat sleeveless blouse bark pleat for free action. Ing forwarJ to being releasedsoon. the Industry.

go north to see to their gardens, open summer homes etc. on a summer day.. McMullen's new approach to the shirtdress For the cool calm and collected hostess (right) Tanner of Was. CBS news mad beclUS.NBC' .
Is shown (left) In a silky broadcloth trimmed with North Carolina creates a sleek broadcloth long skirt with Jim Law racy,My ra,and Miss Chet Huntley and David
Mr, and Mrs. John V Jewell left Monday. They have rowi of eyelet ruffles. A comfortable day on the green Is matching bra top and sheer toile blouse. This ensemble Robinson motored to Miami Brinkley collect Emmies each

a summer home In Osterville, Mass., on Cape Cod. assured In the striped broadcloth golfing dress and sun comes with coordinated shorts. Suplma cotton Is used in Beach Sunday to attend the year with the regularity of.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Beggs have also gone north. shielding hat (center) designed by Datld Crystal. Skirt has these machine-washable designs. Southern Apparel Exhibit In wallow checking Into Capla.trano7

.. They will spend five months or more at their home in convention hall. While there And was ABC disgruntled be.
, said Mlsltmov said he preferredto Miami Diocese they placed orders for severalnew cause Its emphasis on limed
'0'. Wolfeboro, N. H. For Some Life ride a horse to the party. lines of merchandise, Including entertainment aeries always
:; MORE HEADING NORTH Mrs. Rothberger had wanted a Gives Report On complete line of school places the network third In
college degree since 1901, when girls clothing, which will be delivered Emmy totals?
:' Others who are on their way include Mr. and Mrs. she landed at Ellis Island from Cuban Relief In time for the fall season Regardless of reasons behind

Adolph Stuber They left Wednesday for Washington, Twice Forty YearsNEW Romania. But she had to dropout MIAMI-In the past 40 months Miss Robinson has recent them fleet, the the double complaints re.
twice. 1.8 million care days have boon ly Joined tile staff of the showcase continuing concern
v. D. C., and then go on to Rochester, N. Y. They will be Thirty-four year ago she left provided for refugee Cuban child. within television over the illogic

f in Rochester most of the time except for a few weeks YORK (AP) Some. er Helena Rubinstein, either.-At college because of a daughter's ren In more than half of the 141 of the awards structure.
a i at Lake Placid Club, Lake Placid, N. Y. times, life begin at twice 40. the age of 8Xplus( she routed Illness. When she tried againIn dioceses of the United States, elements mitigate
At 80 Jeannette "Grandma" would-be robber In her Park 1944, a cancer operation in a program by the Catholic RADIO STATION against an orderly selection of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Klopp have left the Bahama Rothberger got her bachelor of Avenue apartment Friday with a forced her out. Welfare Bureau of the Miami Richard Uuckner, of Naples television awards
Club for Buffalo, and will also be gone until early fall. arts degree Saturday from the firm, "get outl*' Now that she has achieved her diocese was notified Monday that his 1. Lack of uniformity. Thereseems
Mr. and Mrs. N. Osborne Siegrfied to Buffalo University of Arizona goal, she doesn't plan to quit. As of April 1, 19C4, such care application to build a radio station to be little rhyme or
go In Los Angeles, {May Case, 88 The Soviet news agency Tass "I plan to audit courses, and was being provided 2,323 Cuban In Iminokilee had been approved reason In many categorles, pe-
t h: too. They leave Monday. However, they plan to spend pound and M year old, got an reported that Russian Shi rail learn typing, too," she said. For children separated from parents. by the Federal Com- dials are pitted against series,
j most of the summer at their home on the Canadian shore award as the "Newspaper Girl Mlslimov doesn't mind advance yesterday's celebration she wu Of this number, Monsignor Dry munications Commission at actors against actresses, stars
. of the Year." Ing age, either. He turned downa going te dress vp like Mrs., As.tor's an O. Walsh, executive director o( a single special against a
j of Lake Erie, and are looking forward to having their The passing year haven't slx.mUa car ride to a birthday plush horse," have dinner, of the Catholic Welfare BureauIn Washington, D.C. tar who play the same role
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Carl- bothered cosmetics manufactur party his 159th, Tas a big birthday cake and some Miami retorts the Cuban Child Duckner maJe formal application 30 times a season
for the permit on March 2. Abundance of
I son, and three children with them. The first of June the "danclne. too. rends Program had 697 under categories
The classifications have been
_-_ For sir* Case, yesterday was 19,1963.
care In that diocese a* of April
, [ Carlsons are moving to Buffalo from Richmond, Ind. iiiriiiii the 19th anniversary ef her debut 1st. When he Informed us of the trimmed In recent year, but
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sanford leave Monday. They !!! In the new business. Placements, directed from Ml granting of die permitBuckncr there still I I. a tendency to try
When she was 10 she started have been heaviest In these said he plans to proceed as and reward every type ot .
will visit the of Florida and in "iiiii- amt '
[ east coast Washington
on for creative effort. Some sport
the Purcell
c setting type Reg. areasi Santa Fee, 1(0; Yakima, soon as possible with die erection -
[D.C., before reaching their home in Damarescotta Me. -== ; 'I. Ister In Oklahoma. Then the Wash, 115; Paterson, N.J., 83) of the radio station here. caster were even campaigningthis '
Mrs. John Corning is also en route to Maine. She / publisher, Spurgeon S. Case, her Spokane, Wash., 84j; Ilolt-na, There are several steps which year for a ports award.
late husband, "flew off the ban 3. Inability to judge The
[left Friday and will visit awhile in Darien, Conn., before U"' t \ die" and sent her back to pots Mont., 08[ San Antonio, 01; St. are Involved In the procedure greatest fallacy I In the presrnU- '
and Augustine, 53; Wit hit t, 53; Jo. not the least of which Is the lion of television' I award I is tlie '
[going to Kennebunkport.There L. pans.She lift, HI., til; Lincoln, Nob, 44,
( ; '
... returned to newspaper selection of the call letters, belief that voter tan view all
have been few final get-togethers for the New Orleans, 44; Pueblo 41))
a '. ,J. = work and has been working for which have to be filed with the the candidates It I I. humanly
Denver, 35; Newark, 34 Dotrolt, t
Hans Klucks before they depart the first of the week I .eas The' CIovls Independent RegisterIn 34. ; F.C.C. prior to the erection of Impassible
[for Cleveland. Wednesday evening the A. A. Andersons ,N ,,1 California since 1924. A new Children are being Discharged the station. rNI'W

d ; Cook: Mll reporter' and\ 'travel ,editor{ e.agttht :JI i!g. q'f alV"ut!\ JU a. W4Yka. jHucKner said he wljl!, coorJnctIanGN MORE TONY VOTERS, 1
e'1tPlt .f1! ,.ppd; tonightMfJ. WMiller.; wi.givef|| : II'&i." vaurero I ,ed new Ii rli bil;'no n/entWn/ 4'.e.. fyklp vesh4itk rWdeiits .f till 'YORK'Apt'to"M6W' '
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11t rt'ofe Ncze1alivrw.
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party for them. : 11ft. b, (f I i lu (turning/ lo' pot and pani a&aln. br U><'autie they have reachedage community entering their suggestions .pracfdure fir picking 4rihfrrirr'dfBroagway's ; '

June first Mr and Mrs. Kluck will go on the annual Helena Rubinstein, reportedly 19. So far nearly 5,000 have for call letters, with annual Tony c ill-
92, was found tied to a chair In t lion has been adopted by the
[ Cleveland Chamber of Commerce cruise. Mr. Kluck her apartment. Three would-be boon tfnt barged. a suitable prize to the winner American Theater Wing.

Fis a vice commodore of the planning committee for this robber who gained entrance to The call letters must be let- Show producer and all critics '
fr. 1 1 her flat wearing deliverymen'suniforms ters not already being used by writers and edilori regularlycovering -
Red Cross Plans
[trip through the Great Lakes. This year they will stop \ asked the cosmetics another radio station. Site Iheilricil events are to

[over on Mackinac Island and also in Milwaukee where manufacturer to open the sate. Life Saving ClassA of tho radio tower will be at cut idiots along with the
[they can tour some of the world famous breweries. '1',. '. ; "You can kill me," she told the end of Immokalce Drive In Wing's officer and subscribers.
them. "I'm not going to let you Senior Life Saving class, a field presently used as pasture The organization slio Is defer
BRIDGE LUNCHEON ; f rob me. Now, get out." They sponsored by the Red Cross, land by tin Red Cattle ring awards until I the end of May
I will be started here In approximately a month later than formerly -
Tuesday, Mrs. Carl Pfeiffer gave a bridge luncheonfor JT did.In Le Roy, WIs.,Louis Gruber, two weeks. Fred Company committal on liuckner how soon was the non-station so that Uie-seiaon srrivala may

12 honoring her houseguest, Mrs. H. S. Egbert. Soon I 91, who helped build the rectory Decker will be the Instructor, would be on the air, but be eligible
of St. Andrew's The silver
Mrs. Pfeiffer and Mrs. Egbert leave by motor for Church 73 years Roman ago as Catholic a car. assisted by Mrs. Walter Wolfe stated It would be at the earliest awarded for medilliona"outstanding are
Interested should
N. C. and class reunion at Meredith College. Anyone con- possible date. achievement"' various
Raleigh, a penter, was on the Job Friday performing -
tact Mr. Wolfe at Midway 2-
to help tear the building down. Pete Townsend and Mr. and ind technical categories,
After the reunion Mrs. Egbert will go on to her home in .. 4836.

I Staten Island, N. Y. and Mrs. Pfeiffer will stay In North
Carolina for several months. \ ; Mrs Roberta Griffin, widow of
J\ .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schreck and four children are . < ... Robert Lee Griffin who died of a -

here for two weeks with Mr. Schreck's father, Floyd and "'; :', night heart attack at the a Naples week ago Saturday
> Speedway,
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Mrs. Schreck, Sandpiper Avenue. The Edward Schreckslive JI' .. ,, LA" wishes to thank the many friends
In Chesterland Ohio. -:,. '. and neighbor of the Griffin family .
for their sympathy and assistance .
Mr. and Mrs Gordon Britton, recent guests of Mr. following his sudden death 'I iri! y.h

and Mrs. John Holmes, left on Wednesday for their homeIn MRS. HARRY R. DEMPSEY Griffin was proprietor of the B.
and B. Auto Salvage. i!
Northbrook, III. '. "vcxv
That same day the Holmes joined Mr. and Mrs. A little sheny ,.. delightful K\

Leston Faneuf, and Mr and Mrs. Norman Johanning joined Wolford Dempsey fruit cup. poured over a froth

the Herman Teetors for a cruise to Boca Grande and

some tarpon fishing. Yesterday (Saturday) "Emelef" and The First PresbyterianChurch ered with corsage of white .f

"Harriet II," with their passengers, returned to the Naples was the scene Saturday baby mums. -.A L,
evening for the marriage of Miss Peggy Kline was maid ,. ..
Yach Club. Miss Frances Kay Wolford, of honor and Junior brides- .
Last night the cotillion rang down the curtain on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IvanK. maid was Mis. Laurie Pike. You can get

their first year as an organized dancing group. There Wolford of Rlvervlew Driveto The groom was attended by 0'n
The PFC Harry R. Dempsey of best man, Mr.Jack Kline. Usher
have been three parties at Moorings Country prompt action on
Columbus, Ohio. WM master Jackie Oliver.
Club, and the last gathering ("dress optional") was for Miss Kiln wore a ballerina

cocktails, dinner and dancing. ed A the wedding reception at the Woman's follow length gown of blue and car AtJPQLOANS

Thursday Dick Clemmer arrives for Navy leave. He Club building.ceremony ried a Colonial bouquet of white I

just completed a cruise around the world which followedsix and yellow mum that matched "
The bride, who was given in the band of flowers worn
months stationed in New Zealand for Operation Deep marriage by her father, worea In her hair. The junior brides

Freeze. floor length gown of white maid's dress was mint greenIn HOLLAND

Dick, his parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl Clemmer, and silk organza which had a color. SALLEYINC. a tour Banff

Beth plan to go to St. Louis to see Mr. and Mrs. K. G. square neckline and cap Hostesses at the receptionwere
sleeves. The hoop skirt was Mrs. Earl kimono.Mrs. .
Barbour (Pat Clemmer) and their two children. The tripIs covered by three silk em- Flavius Ransone and Mrs.CU 9aftttois 1

to celebrate the Clemmers 25th wedding anniversary broidered scalloped ruffles. Oliver.
1 Her veil fell from a The will (SO 5* AVC S For an Auto Loan on a new or used car, see us first for
June 10th and also for Dick to see his nephew and finger tip couple honeymoonIn
on .
white satin cabbage rose which Naples. The groom will report NAPLES 'LOAIOAFurniture / low cost financing. Fast, friendly service is a hallmark of

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Speaking of wedding anniversaries, congratulationsto She carried a white Bible cow OSC training loan to buy a car, for example, a bank loan can save you as
Mr and Mrs. Truman Brown who celebrated Wednes-' ,
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Cypress Dodgers

grayson reportsJim

+ Take Top SpotIn 11

O'Toole Is All Irish

Senior Loop
Exceptin' for His LuckBY

Jeff Johnson shut out Bk
HARRY GRAYSON Rods on three hits Friday night

Newspaper Enterprise Ann. as the Cypress Lode Dodgerstook
over first place in Senior

NEW YORK-NBA( ). friends frorp Madison Wis.. r..r. t r Little League with a 7.0 via . . . . . . . . .
met him after the game and tory.
Things happen to Jim accompanied him tq the hotel. In the second contest Collier Sunday, May 24, 1964
and County Motors Cubs picked up I I B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
OToole odd things "We were having a little fun
their first win of the season, a'
and ran through the
they come at the must in- they ? 17.7 conquest of Lawyers Ab.
parking lot, O'Toole said 'I / ) Patsy Robinson,
opportune times. was chasing them when I strict Pirates
lookIng chain. The Dodgers took their S-0 Chuck Burton Win
O'Toole is a big. good- tripped over a L
Irishman who pitches for "I never saw it and I went I record Into a Saturday night dos
Cincinnati and whose father down and put my hands out t :ra: bleheader matching the Dodgers Bowlerama Prizes

ii a Chicago policeman. lie to stop the fall. When I did, and Pirates In the second fame Holds AnnualAwards Patsy Roblnson was declared
I and the Reds and Cubs In the 5:30opener.
also I has a mother-in-law I jammed my arm" winner of the women's prize
These Saturday
whose maiden name was gameswere for first week of the Naples -
to be the last for Senior
those .
under .
Murphy, but even
conditions his luck has not Although the Jammed d League until after school Is out. Jaycee Bowlerama and took
been arm started O'Toole's The schedule resumes June 3. NightAthletic home the first set of stainless
year ago he was 6-1 for downfall, an Incident at Johnson walked five and struck 'steel tableware, valued at $29.
5 and In. the annual team picnic out 11 as he fashioned his shut.
the Reds on May awards werepresen-
creased this to 13.3 by June finished it. out. Bob Tudor losing pitcher ted to Everglades High School 75.Chuck Burton was the win
30 With half the season left "One of the amusementsfor Glen Thornton and Bruce Me. students night at theachool's ner of first prize for the men
he appeared to be a certain the kids at the picnic is a 1'tiON Carthy all singled to account for Friday and won a $19.75 wrist watch.
winner or better, stagecoach with horses. I had the Reds' three hits,
20-game my son, Jim Jr., in my lap and An Interesting profession Coach Phil Larson banded One hundred thirty entrants
r r e I was In the driver's seat. of hits featured the Dodgers'flrst out varsity basketball lettersto have signed up to date for the

Then the leprechauns "I had the reins but could Inning, In which five runs scored five seniors and five juniors Bowlerama according to r
double-crossed James not control the horses and before the first out. Johnson and presented varsity George Plttmangeneralchair ,
O'Toole and the rest of they ran into a wall The impact LP AVE FROM TilE ARMY Henry Dani'ls. center, finds time to bowlin drew a walk to lead off. Monty track letters to eight boys. man of the affair. Weekly prizes

the year turned Into a pitched me forward and the Naples Jaycee Bowlerama at th" Drooksido Bowl. Seated is Kathy Hackney singled Carlos Alfon. Charley Goff was named the are given for high scores '/

series of frustrations.The I had all I could do to protectmy Croak. one of ths: feminine bowlers. who has been looking over the arrayof son doubled Steve Steele trip\ winner of the 1964 sportsmanship for both men and women.

before first the All-Star occurred game shortly In but son when I'm it thankful happened I did.a prizes offered. At right is Bob Steele who has signed up to bowl andis ed, and Don Llghtner hit a home award and David Bar I

the parking lot of the Jack horse kicked me In the ankle. rated as n prospective Jaycee. (NEWS photo) run.Three walks and Mark Fin. ton received a medal as run Former I':

Tar Hotel in San Francisco. "After that I Just couldn't ger's single brought In two more ner-up to Goff. The sportsmanship Champs
Some of O'Toole'i college pitch naturally. My stride was Naples Little League Dodger runs la the third Inn. award Is In the formof
oft and everything went, Ing. Hackney and'Finger each had a plaque. Knocked Out In
wrong." two hits for the winners Junior Ballard. Butch Hughes -
Legion Baseball rt The Cubs Jumped out to a five Jack Davis, John Dicker-
O'Toole completed the Kiwanis Rallies To Edge Standard run advantage after one Inning man, and Peter Weeks were City Golf PlayThe
which and the Pirates
Team In Action season at 17-14 couldn't catch the seniors receiving varsity
meant he won only 4 up. Two errors, four walks, and City Championship Golf
letters. Also
of his last 15 starts. Bob Abbott's single resulted In cage lettering Tournament at the Beach Club Iswell
Today At ParkArea After that ending I he Whacks Cleaners 11-1 the early scoring. In basketball were juniors Wil- under way with most of the
tried to forget 1963 and! Exchange After scoringthree times in the lard Wooten Jimmy Collins first round matches In both thechamplon.blp
bi.ebl.ll fans can watch concentrate on '64. fourth Inning the Pirates trailed Damy Smith, Goff, and Barton and first flight

the Naples American Legion team Everything was fine until bY> only three runs, 85. But the and manager James Lan- matches completed.Two .
In action today at t during when STANDINGS luck when It battles Standard Oil Standard Oil scored once In drum. former
p.m. the season started the first inning and twice In Cuba got going again and In. city championsell
an Intrasquad at Gambler W L Monday at 5:15 at Gambler Park. the In the first
game accidents began ts happen the second but Kiwanis tied It creased the advantage. Ballard Hughes Dicker- by wayside
Park. again. Holland Sal ley 8 0 At 7tl5, Exchange will tangle In the third with three runs. David Frank and David WhIte. man.Collins Wooten.Goff round. Frank Grlswold lost out
Manager Rollle Rice has dl. The other day we were Standard Oil 4 4 with Kiwanis. up Two of them scored on LeeDaniels' head shared pitching duties for ior Randy Martin, and fresh- to Jerry Fyke by a 3 and 1 score,
tided the team Into two squads infield the Kiwanis 4 4 Jay Lawrence cracked double in the
taking practice, the winners. Whitehead hit a sin. playing championship
double. Standard went man Ronnie Brown won letters
one captatnH by Jackie Kline 26.year old pitcher explained Exchange 4 4 that chased In the tying and win. back In front 5.S. with two runs gle and triple, and Frank doubled. in track. flight. Grlswold was city champ
and the other by Donald Walker. "I felt real good and had a Trail Cleaners 2 6 nine runs in the fifth Inning for In the top of the fourth. and scored three Cub runs.'Gary three times, winning In 1854 '55
of the
Today's game will go nine Inn. good sweat up. Then I reached Jaycees 2 6 Kiwanis. Lawrence also was the Kiwanis counted five runs In Williams had a single and double All members varsity and 57. Harry Slottag was the
loge, Rice said. for a fly ball and somethingwent last of four pitchers for his team. for the Pirates. basketball team also received other former champ, winning la19S6
the last half of the Inning with
The Legion team will begin in my back. It left me Kiwanis rallied three times and he picked up credit for the David Vachon In with engraved plaques symbolic who lost out losing to
sending one
official play Sunday, June 7, with breathless for a minute and and finally edged Standard Oil, victory. a single and Lawrence hit a Ume.Iy of the 1964 Everglades Conference F. Yates 3 and 2.
a home game against Fort Myers. the next thing I know I havea 11.10. In a free-scorlng Little single to bring In two more seasonal basketball Dick Roberts Is the defending
There will be sli other home con. sore back. League contest al Gambler Park runs Kiwanis pitchers couldn't SoftballAverages championship. champ and Is paired In a first

tests during June and July, and "Then I started to feel good Friday night. Little League find the plate In the fifth, and JV basketball letters were round match with Dick Sowers.
Rice hopes to have as many of again and a few days later I The victory enabled Kiwanis Standard bounced back on top given to Junior Randy Martin, This match was still to be playedat
them as possible Sun. ball in and to climb Into a tie with Standard time for the
played on pick up a practice up with five runs on two hits and sophomores Wayne Collins and press NEWS.
day. there It goes 011 and with Exchange, which AveragesThrough six walks. One of the two hits John Russell Tom Abbott city champ In 1962
eighth grader
He Is In the last stages of al. "I guess it's Just something defeated Trail Cleaners In Fri. Hartford's two-run won his first round match from
was Gary
John Potter and freshmenRon
Urtflg game dates and the re.vised that will have to work itself day's second game 11.1. Un. Friday's Games home run down the right-field\ Harry Sauchelll 7 and 0, and will
schedule will be published out," O'Toole said I as he beaten Holland Salley clinchedthe 16 or more times at bat line First Half Brown,Travis Goff, Ricky meet the winner of the Roberti.Sow.rs .
when the manager completes all hurried oft for a diathermy first-half title on Wednesday.Trail AD H Lawrence, making his first 20 or more at bats Collins, Jim Russell Larry match In the second
changes. treatment. Cleaners hopes for better RPAvg. Harmon, Tom Mitchell and round.
pitching of the season AB H Avg.
Hartford 25 15 21.600 appearance
Mitchell. Other results of first round
Gratton 28 18 21.571 came on with nobody out In Schultheis 27 15.556 the
matches IB championshipflight
the fifth and cut off Standard'srun Wheeler 31 15.484
22 10
Barley 18.455 Included H. Dixon over
Johnson 22 10 8 .455 iris game-winning production. double After ,hitting Law. Wolf 22 10.455 .Cape Coral Host L Capelle, 2-upj; T. Weeks overG.
r hail 23 9 16 .391 had Rice 25 11.440 Elrod 2 and 1; and R. Kerr
little trouble
D. Hunter 26 10 7 .385 Ing the slim lead In the sixth. Flowers 31 13.419D. To Junior Golf over R. Spencer 4 and 3. A
"' ,. Weeks 36 15 .41' match between R. Abbott and E.
I 21 8 ,9 ..381ifa ,
Tips Bell:: singled but never got June"16CAPE -
JL4nfels "I. !22 1"'8 .304'' 'beyond first base, as the next V. Weeks 34 14.412kDemwtt Tourney Anderson Is still io be played

Flowers 25 9 16.360 three batters were retired. 31 12.387 CORAL The fifth annual In the first flight competition
Tucker 23 8 14.348 each team had seven hits Stahlman 34 12.353B. Southwest Florida Junior Golf first round match results areas
Allen 26 9 15.346 One side benefited from 10walks Askew 26 9 .346 Championship one of the largest follows L Stevens over A.
Vachon 21 1 14 .333 and the other team picked up nine Rans 29 10.345 Junior tournaments In the country Waghorne 2-upj; W. Woodlll over
Lawrence 16 15 19 .312 bases on balls. Llles 28 9 .321 will be held at Ibis Gulf F. Blair, 4 and 2; A. Hackett
Hartter 25 8 .320 Coast community and Fort My. over A. Blutikle, 2-upj D. El.
Jell 16 15 5 .312
PITCHING ferdlnk over H.B. Watkins, 3 and
Van Hall 25 8 .320 era, June 1619.Sponsored .
Griffin 25 1 13 .280 Exchange received solid pitch. Inter. 2; C. Plfer over P. Lefferson
by Congress
O. Cowie. 25 1 12 .280 Ing from Greg Hall and rompedto Murphy 35 11.314 1.up in 19 holes L. Grtn.es
national Inc the
Lindabury 22 6 4 .273 victory over Trail Cleaners.The Kline 23 7 .304 Is expected, to, draw some 400 drew a bye and the matchesW.

11' Dass 23 6 14 .261 losers picked up only three Pease 33 10.303 entries for Its 72-hole challengeover Eckard vs N. WalUngtord and
: Frank 20 5 8 .250 hits, all of them by Roger John. Yahl 33 10.303 the Cape Coral Country Club and C. Brumflel vs Dr. Bailey
e v' son He homered in the second Shlmer 21 15 .286 have not been played.
.. ..' ; D. Fry 16 4 4 .250 and Fort Myers Country Club
-.... "<1,. > .> ., .j Stoner 25 15 7 .200 Inning singled In the fourth and Swiss 28 7 .250 courses Boys 9-20 and girls 10. Second round matches are to
'7' Winters 20 4 7 .200 doubled In the sixth.In Hartnett 28 7 .250 20 are eligible Each entrant will be completed by Sunday May

M. Watkins 20 4 4 .200 five Innings Hall walked Haynes 29 7 .241. play 36 holes on both courses. 31, semi-final rounds by June
NEA Telephoto) RPRuns produced total four and struck out 11, Tony Schmucker 25 6 ..240 Defending champions are Wal. 7, and the finals by June 14.

Whldden finished up on the Klssee 22 5 .227 ter Brittle, Jr., Hollywood Fla.
WINS POLE of his No. 6 in Indianapolis of runs scored and runs batted
-Jimmy Clark Scotland sitting in the cockpit of car, mound. and Roberta Albers Tampa who
Dlckford 33 7 .212 ,
. wins the pole position during early trials for the Memorial Day Classic. In. Exchange went to work early third Scoundrel Sold
the event for the
scoring four first-inning runs C. Kelly 35 7 .200 captured '
consecutive time last year.Other By Rex Ellsworth
on two infield hits and two er.
rors. Hall homered as Exchange Charles D. Strang.of Onhkosii winners were Phil Thomas Bill INGLEWOOD Calif. (AP)-
added three more In the second. Wn., president of the American Dudley Bob Jewett and Barbara The Scoundrel 3.yearold chest
Hall came back In the third witha Power Boat Association, ii I Brown. nut who finished second in the
double to drive In two of the honorary foreign,vice-commodore: Prizes will be awarded by age Freakness, was reported sold
four runs Exchange scored in of the Canadian Boating Federation. divisions, sue for boys and four Friday by owner Rex Ellsworthto
I that Inning for girls. Deadline for entries, KJell Qvalle of San Francisco
now being accepted by Al Patter. for an estimated 500000.
I IENNINGTANDS son of the Fort Myers Country Hollywood Park sources say

Club, Is June 13. Ellsworth and Qvallt, a Nor.

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I Zoom As Spending CHICAGO (AP WORKERS- National Shopping Around By Rolf,'

jHIjIi defense and other services pro _
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Climbs To Record LevelBy r vided governments by federal account state for and about local! -v =:7' I

a fourth of all employment. in
JACK LEFLERAP another department store chain the United States
Business News Writer Montgomery Ward A Co., pre About 12 million persona including -
NEW YORK (AP) Amerl. dieted that consumer spending S tFn member of the armed ftx ((141k
cans are earning more than should rise more than 6 per forces were employed by government
ever cent thlk year to $398 billion and at all levels in 1962, says
This became evident during retail sales should Increase Commerce Clearin.llouae.( r,,
the week with a report by the about 8 per cent to $ZU billion. Purchases of goods and services r
Commerce Department that Both gains would exceed by the government generated }
personal Income In April rose to those of U63 when consumer an additional 6H million

a record level. spending climbed 5 per cent to jobs in private industry rfr IIQ
They're spending at a rec. $373 billion and retail sales 4 n,. r i e This adds up to about 18\.i\ 1
ord pace, too. per cent to $246 billion. million persona in government- 1,1
This was shown by rooming The Commerce Department connected work out of nearly Ii
sales by automobile manufac reported that UjS. production of ?5 million people in civilian and )
turers and department store goods and services ran at an military jobs II
and variety store chains annual rate of $608 billion In the A I).Sj Labor Department man-
Personal Income, continuing first quarter of this year. This power study reveala that in the r w wI
Us steady gain of recent was a bit below its original Ian five years state and local 4
months, climbed $2.2 billion last estimate
of $808.5 billion. The government employment rose by ,
month to an annual of lag I n"
rate wa attributed by officialsto 1.3 million and accounted for d
$483.1 billion the reduced rate at which more: than one-fourth of the Increase ,1 I
Of the total Increase, $1.6 bll. businesses built Inventories dur. of the nation'a nonfarm t
lion was In wages and salaries Ing the quarter
and of that amount half was In Orders received by durable employment in that period. 9
wage and salary payments In goods manufacturers In April

manufacturing; Industries.The Increased 7 per cent. New SIMULATED FLYING 'I K' _.. if f
big department store orders totaled $206 billion NAPLES-ON.Ti1E-GULF REALTORS me joining with 1,470, other such
chain, Sears, Roebuck li Co., against $19.3 billion In March. boards to lecoifiiizo May 24-30 as "Hcaltois Week" and are publishing a DAYTON Ohio (AP) A new "Did you want to look roguish or just Intelligent?'"
reported record first aimulator .
quarter Shipments climbed by $500 mil. system, for training
I profits and forecast record lion to $1 8.4 billion.On proclamation to acquaint Neapolitans with standards and professional sere pilots to make quick visual adjustment -
sales and earnings for the year. the darker side, housing vices of the organization. Mayor Archie Turner is shown at his desk signing from aircraft inatru-
The variety chain, F. W. Wool starts In April slacked to the the proclamation as John Wood ((1)I), l president the board nnd haven sent, to actually seeing terrain
worth Co., said sales were run slowest pace since last summer. Hammer, executive secretary, look on (NEWS photo) has been dew loped for Research- SOMETHING VERY SPECIALIn
nine 18 per cent ahead of a Starts dropped 6 per cent from Technology Division stVknght-
year ago. March to an annual rate of 1,. Patterson Air Force Bate. :f
I, John A. Barr, chairman of 558,000, the Census Bureau reported Realtors CelebratingWith Aircrewmen in simulator i
sit a 100
the central; Naples area Is the) 150 by 1'
rriemblingthe flight deck of their
This rate feet of homttitt the northeast corner
LUCKY BREAK was the lowest since plane, while color television lovely on
the 1,455,000 rate of last August conveys a picture of three- of Firs Street, South, and Third Avenue. Just -

NEW YORK (AP- Latex foam April and was 1963 4 rate per of cent 1618000.below the 'Move Up To More1"Move dimensional, acale-model terrain a block from the beach. $9,500; terms I
rubber, widely used today for moving on a bell. Instructors can
cushion, andmattresses However, an economist for the control
furniture pillow lights to simulate landings
National Association of HomeBuilders Up to More< In '64- bershlp In NAREB, a real es. the local board, and, finally,sub.
war accidentally
discovered in 1928 by two said the April decline A Better Home thru a Realtor"has tate broker must demonstrate his scribe to the rigid Code of Ethicsof and takeoff night or day, AD MILLER ASSOCIATES
at dunk, or in fog or cloud cover,
wasn't a because must be the National Association. The
English scientists who were surprise the been selected as the slogan professional ability, approved .
trying to make better tires. The rate "just couldn't keep going for the 1964 Realtor Weekwhlch by the other members of primary goal of the realtor under Link Diviaion of General
scientists were making tire cords up," as It had In recent months. opens Monday, John R. Wood, this code Is to keep the Interestsof Precisian Inc. of Rmghamton, REALTORS
by extruding latex rubber into a Steel production boomed dur. president of the Naples-(nUhe. both the buyer and the seller N.Y., la producing 14 unite In
gelling bath under when Ing the week to the highest levelIn Gulf Board of Realtors, announ. uppermost In mind during a Iran, addition to the prototype for the ::
pressure WeekProclamation South MI 2-2124
the nozzle popped off the ex- almost a year. Output rose to ced. Realty sactlon,"' the Air Force under a 13.8 million 305 Fifth Avenue 11a
truder.A 2,513,000 tons from 2,492,000the "Realtor Week" activities Only members of the Naples I centred.
previous week.Automobile have been planned for today board and NAREB may use the t
ball of latex spurted into production dipped through May 30, Wood said, as term REALTOR, which Is a ser. ,<
the bath and foamed like shaving during the week to an estimated realtors from this area Join with WIIEREAS, the Naples-on- vice mark (similar to a trade V
cream because of the preaaure. 170,098 passenger cars from the more than 75,000 others the-Gulf Board of Realtors. In mark) registered In the U$. 0a
The men refined the proceis 174,662 last week, but was far throughout the nation In effortsto Patent Office, he added.
conjunction with than 1
patented It and ao founded a new ahead of the 149,049 built a year emphasize the distinction be. more In selecting the motto "Move r
470 other such boards that
industry. ago. tween realtors and"just anyone"In are Up to More In'64-A Better Home r------ .: ,J
members of the National Association thru Realtor Wood said real _
the real estate business and a w.
to acquaint the public with the of Real Estate Boards tors are redeclarlng their faith BTU'
Charting Our ProgressCONSUMER services offered by them. is observing May 24-30.1964. In the continuing prosperity of the i OO :; ;
"A realtor," Wood explained, as Realtor Week to acquaint the country and, at the same time. I e';
"Is a member of the National public with the high standardof are pointing out that Americansnow A p..; 4
INSTALLMENT CREDIT Association of Real Estate professional service rendered as In no time In the past, ; 1
EXTENDED AND REPAID Boards, one of the largest pro. by Realtors In the sale, have the wherewithal to provide 'f. acting I :
fesslonal and trade associationsIn purchase or lease of real propenn their families with not only ade. ,0 ,
PILLIONS MONTHLY SEASONALLY ADJUSTED the nation. To qualify for mem. and quote housing but dwellings that ", ,'4n "." \ 011
OF DOLLAIS will permit them to live In the ( f
6.0 WHEREAS the Realtor Code manner they wish. ,
of Ethics establishes for all "Much of the world Is e
Ford To Back Realtors a level of business enjoying this new prosperity," WHEN YOU BUY THIS !

5,5 conduct transcending that required Wood stated, "but nowhere else
by law, and encourages Is home ownership more avail.
Butineii Cycle Lanka experience and technical competence able. In fact, the ease of own. r
5.0 filly- _May Johnson for"Presidency f of the highest order Ing one's home In the United 2OOOO BTU :

1957 1960 rM In real estate matters; and States Is unique throughout the

WHEREAS one of the manl- world.
"Realtors," Wood concluded,
rrsuu.iona.ot the
4.5 I ''peel they have contributed great ;
Credit conduct of Realtor U the Ir pa rdelpation. ly to the nation's prosperity. FEDDERS

Extended t without remuneration NAREB and Its leaders have for
4.0 DETROIT (AP)-Auto maker and beyond the mere requirements years urged and promoted home

,,,, Cr.ditR.paid Henry President Ford II says he will sup. of the market price. ownership both by the businessIn
port Johnson for
re. In civic affairs as witnessed by which they are engaged and by
election no matter whom the
Republicans nominate. their leadership In many organizations support of legislation and cus. AIR CONDITIONER
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Ford, board chairman of the to the betterment
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3 o vote for Johnson would be his Wl IERE AS, this special competence It." could not previously afford
first for a Democratic preslden. of Realtors In all mat-
I till candidate. ters Involving the highest and ; '

2.5 His endorsement was givento best use of the land U: recog- Casteel CompletesFord : t
I Johnson during the Presl. nized by their appointment and I
dent's brief stopover In Detroit. election to many official and Dealership
April February Ford described Johnson as gawkmMA
2.0 technical entities of this: city
1938Bunneil mi- "terrific" and predicted the Course At AtlantaTim
concerned with real law
estate ,
President would have no trou.
Cycle Troughs ble winning In November. administration: and taxation; E.Casteel of Collier Coun. 4

1.5 He's doing an excellent Job but, above all, ty Motors, Inc., Naples, has been ) ,
as President," Ford said. "I've WHEREAS the commercialand certified as a graduate of the deal. rra, g

heard him say many times that industrial: prosperity of this: ershlp management course at a sue..w.nar+sONLY
1.0 he's for all the people In the city and the well-being of the Ford Motor Company's Atlanta I

1956 195S 1960 1962 1964 country for business, labor majority of its residents in Marketing Institute. w
and the general public. 1 Certification of course com.
agree homes of their choice arc due
EXTENDED CREDIT-The American continuesto
economy with what he says." pletlon was announced by L.C.
without Consumer installment in large measure: to the high .
downturnmg Ford comments were made Brock, director of the Ford In..tllat.
credit rose $579 million in February this year Not only did u Johnson shook hands with order of real estate service ..
the credit rate rise but also the new credit extensions politicians and some of the 21,. provided by said Realtors. The course Is oneof severalav. *
amounting to $5.421.000,000 in the same month This rise 000 people who greeted him at NOW, THEREFORE, I I. allable at the Institute for deal. 5
mirrors gains in credit sales on time purchases," such as Detroit Metropolitan Airport. ARCHIE TURNER Mayorof ers, their personnel and Ford
homes and autos. Single-payment loans or noninstallment The President stopped brieflyen City of Naples, do hereby pro- Motor Company employes.Class. 31995
credit such as charge accounts rose $146 million route to deliver the Unlver. claim May 24-30 to be Real- es are conducted by a staff of

spy of Michigan commence. tor Week and ask my fellow citizens professional, full-time Instruc.
SOCO NEW CONSTRUCTION ment address at Ann Arbor. to Join our Realtors In tors.
Fend and his brothers, Ben. the appropriate observance of Subjects range from manage
(SEASONALLY ADJUSTED AT ANNUAL RATE) son and William generallyhave it. ment and merchandising courses AT
for dealers and their departmentmanaerl
PILLION been considered Bepubll. IN UlTNEoi: WHEREOF, I to salesmanship and DEALER'SCOSTS
DoluaS cans. But the Congressional have hereunto set my hand and special!ud workshops for staff
Quarterly reported that the caused the seal of the of
City members. In addition, the school:
three Ford brothers ontrlbuted
TOTAL : I r.Al'LEa to be affixed tills 23rd
of automotive business adminls.tralion .
$13,000 to Democratic coffers In
1962. day of May 1964. conducts training programs NO MORE THAN MANY
Ford described himself Fri. Archie Turner for selected Ford Motor
40- day as an Independent. Mayor Company personnel.ffI1IIIIItIEUAI' .

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I 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sanity, May 24, 1964 Aids

Ar d Naples Will Be f. Mrs. K. Emerges from Red Shadow I Show Romanian 1 Independence vconoSic Talks I

This '. : to this gossip she described her coal miner and a sheep h.rder'In )
Humming the Ukraine, Mklta was studying .
meeting with Mklta a* a pupilteacher WASftINtylb k.;FllilWAetf: ;'more'sll1lU1c: t than what Is

relationship. A son of a mining engineering at Stallno over a year ago, reports first discussed.
Summer WoodNaples
School where :Nina' was
Theor teaching reached the United States indicating The agenda is limited. The

will be a busy place AttackOn political economy to adults Communist Romania was Romanians want more trade
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS this summer. Report Mklta among them. striving for Independence from both ways. They are Interest
Moscow, Washington foreign ed in buying the blueprints, and
BERLIN (AP)-Heinz Brandt, Millions of dollars' worthof Soviet Sub Mklta's first wife died during policy strategists pricked up perhaps the machinery, for a
West German trade union Jour. public works or private construction *
a famine, Nina told U.S. newsmen their ears. modern synthetic rubber plant
nalLst whose arrest aroused an will be going on during leaving him with two children The signs were numerous, but and want to be represented hereby
International furor, was released the off-season.City Mana Base In Cuba two were outstanding: Romanla'i ) an ambassador Instead of themlnlatel'
Saturday. from an East ger Vince Wood noted Friday. a son, now deceased, anda unconcealed neutrality' now heading their dip
German jail The dollar volume of private MtXICO CITY (AP) Anti. daughter, Julia. Nina and Mklta in the Sovlet.Red China quar. lomatie mission. The U.S. Legation
His release, after serving two construction Is running alongat Castro guerrillas attacked a So. were married In 1924 and from rel; Romania's firm resistanceto in Bucharest would be elevated .
years of a 11-year sentence, was viet nuclear submarine base In Moscow-dlctaled of simultaneously to embas.sy -
a record pace building Department that union came Rada, Sergei planning
announced by the official East Wednesday nys Modesto '
records Indicate. Cuba and the economy of the entire Com. rank.
German news agency ADN. B Marques, Meiicaa delegate of munlst bloc. The United States agrees with,
Is little works
gave no reason. very the National Syndicate of Cuban According to Russian Embassy All this was interpreted hereas these objectives In principle.
Brandt, M, was sentenced on Included in the jv Journalists in Exile.
unmistakable proof of the Romania, thanks to Its oil resources -
officials she In the Civil
May 10, 1W2, for allegedly spy. building activity so for this : In Havana, the Cuban Foreign fought great weakening of the former is probably the best off
Ing for the West German Social year. Ministry was asked for com.ment War and has long been a fervent ly undisputed Soviet control of of all the Red bloc countries,

Democratic party, the West German Construction will begin on on Vazquez' statement Communist. Some experts on Eastern Europe. In additions and It can pay for whatever it
Intelligence service and the the $582,483 street and drain- Friday and other exile reportsof Soviet affairs say that, Indeed Washington thought Romania's buys. The exchange of ambassadors .

American Central Intelligence age program about June 15, raids in Cuba. A spokesmansaid Mklta was an apt pupil becauseof stance might suggest a breachin would come as a sym

Agency. Wood says. llalpln Inc., of "We cannot confirm or his teacher's skill and that the Iron Curtain. bolic gesture, provided the talks
CAPE TOWN South Africa Venice will do the work and w deny anything yet. Perhaps we At about the same time American ..,end successfully.
perhaps without her he
(AP)-Seven scientific societies barring unforeseen delays, may "have something to say spokesmen began to popularize Romanian trade with the nonCommunist .
later. today be a mining engineer the thesis that the Unit. world is increasing:
have defied an order by the should be finished by the first could
Although no source con. ed States should treat differ from 22 cent of Romania'stotal
Ministry of Education, Arts and of December. Reticent publicly, In the two- per
claim and he
firm Vazques' refused countries
ent Communist differently foreign trade in 1958 to 33
Science nonwhite
to forbid
Widen Associates of Fort, to say where he got his story, cream-colored family
depending en their degree per cent in 1962. Trade with the
membership. -
last Lauderdale Is working on the Information, there were rumors home In the Lenin hills, or In of Independence from Moscow United States is Insignificant:
The controversy began $347.870 addition to Water JVA7M4VD HIS NINA/ Soviet Premier and "Mrt AiAtlo in well.Worm.d Havana circlesof and
their estate the $800,000 in U.S. exports
week when South African summer along
Plant No, 2 and a water Khrushchev smile at w" It-wisher* Publi< appearanc. are new to Increased guerrilla activity in this
"ere' pump- The basis of philosophy $600,000 in Imports in 1962.
science societies told to her. Black Sea, Mrs. K, dares to
baa nonwhites lose their ing station In East Naples. R.C. Plnar del Rio Province, where was simple: It Is ID the American The talks started last Mondayand
differ with Mr. K. And he listens 1
said attackeda
subsidies. Reilly Construction Co. Is diligently Newsfeaturet WriterOn Vazques guerrillas interest that 'the Eastern are expected to be concluded
working against a 90* Soviet base. As a consequence, she receives European nations be encouraged next week. Undersecretaryof
MOSCOW (AP) Soviet and day deadline on a 141863.50 s sunny September day In 1959 lumpy, round-faced woman Cuba remained under the mil. hundreds of foreign letters to exercise the greatest State W. Averell Harriman

UJB. negotiators have agreed on contract to Install cast-Iron with wispy gray hair knotted in back apprehensively steppedoff Itary alert Imposed Wednesday, begging for her Intervention In possible degree of such Inde the administration's veteran
the day claims the
pendence.The trouble shooter heads the U.S.
a der new the financial U.ysar-old arrangement agreement on. water mains In North and East a giant Russian TU114 plane In Washington, D.C. and guerrilla band raided a subma.rlne matters regarding relatives In first practical result of negotiating team., His opposite

for exchanging films betweenthe Naples. thus emerged from the Stalin-Imposed obscurity of Russian base near Bahia Honda, 72 Russia and maintaining peace be- this new thinking IS the current number Is Cheorghe Gaston .
two countries.The 'Southern Gulf Utilities has feminine Ilk. miles west of Havana, and tween East and West. series of economic talks with Marin, deputy premier of Romania
new arrangement allow 'the contract for a $138,100 Despite unkind remarks over killed about five Russians be. Romanians In Washington. It and cha.rman of his coun.try' .
film distributors la b4a countries storm water pumping station to fore retreating. Once at a Communist Party could be a test case,officials are State Planning Committee.
to negotiate directly with be built at the Bay end Broad her unglrdled figure and matronly wife had been banished to Siberia Vazquez did not say whether banquet, Mklta" raised his vodka hinting, and similar', talks may .

each other, setting the price according Avenue South. The contractor wardrobe, Nina Petrovna where she still lives comfortablyto any guerrillas were killed or glass In a maudlin toast to Nina" follow with other Eastern Eur

to the market value. will need the 150-day contract Khrushchev soon garnered the make room for Nina. All the captured in the attack. He said giving his doughty woman credit opean nations. When the U,S. government

period. Wood said because of affertlon of many Americans becau.se Khrushchev children were said superior Soviet strength and for his success The very fact that Washingtonhas was moved to Washington f fra
LONDON (AP) An Amerl. firepower forced the raiders to Invited a high-level government of the entire
dates 1800. population
her simplicity
long delivery on pumps o( very peasant to be from this first marriage.
retreat Into the Sierra de los
can lecturer has been asked by and electrical control devices Her reaction was to Insist that delegation from a;: Communist District of Columbia stood at
to leave shyness and obvious de. While the 64-year-old helpmeetof Organs Mountains after an
Office is
the Home country probably
for the station. he cut out the vodka. And he did. 14.303.
Britain. No reason was given, light In little children. the Soviet chief did not refer hour-long skirmish

bat his friends believe it is be. So successful was her grand

cans of American his pacifist is activities.The Bertram. About 10 per cent of the motherly image that the spouseof

Benson Jl, a lecturer in psychology earth's present land area (or the Soviet Premier was never Willie Remembers Century of FishingSIKESTON I
who arrived here la 58 million square miles) li again to be Just a simple housewife .

August 1M1 on a three-month covered with glacier Ice, according .

visa. His visa was subsequently to the Encyclopaedia Painfully diffident Nina found He was the picture of contentment operation at HIM Urn, rlliMII1"

extended several times. Britannlca herself breaking champagne bottles there on the levee an he hugs and ihalutlM, er" nevesctuhles .
hailed the line with u worm und und looking ufur mi
over steamships, greeting
tossed it into the hu kwl'hr. 'A' tipple und pc Jill on hard. Willie.
foreign delegations, attending few minutes later lie landed u uses u home-mil, smoki.house

BEAUTIFULNaples fashion shows, even slicking up two-pound mud caihi.li., 1)4) In cure limit und ho UIIIN thefurnt'ii

her own appearance threaded a abort stringer, chain fruit und vcgil.ihUn.'
through in gills and Itiid the "1110: only way! I tan live |"
fish beside him on ,the gran*. lit raise it," ho suid.. "I even
Memorial THE FACTSIn Willie hauled in another big make my own dot rood Thul
1962 propagandists soughtto cat, put it on the ,chain and ''hoi 11 iii pot there hue mime bcd
started down toward hm house and pork in it, und u little other.
this acceptable Image to
use lie owns 44 acres, most of which Whin It." ready the dog slap
even greater advantage by having -. he rents to white planter who I u upUiui ."

Gardens Inc. her beam a peace broadcast to a ally r ka rL live around him. That rental, plus \ day IK done, Willie
the U.S. and this spoiled It. The : ; $50 monthly he receives.. from gathers. his. dogs around him undwutiheM
party line cant sounded too much the state pension plan'', keeps tetivixion.
him "in good shape."
like her husband's speeches to
Occasionally two of \\ Ilhe'. ,

.' .. _.... .*. M 4* please' American four children dtrrftltjfr) "tlIlIInhim. ) > "'
'\" 'During her visit.here how""; .

Vanderbilt Dr. A 111th Ave., North, Naples Mrs. Khrushchev did set r "You'd think I was old enough 'SV
straight facts about her life e \ to take care of myself' he said st/iv. fun
"My oldest boy'is M, He and my ron run
which had become clouded or
,1 I daughter whoa about 60. live
Memorial Day services will be held as usual on distorted by a Russian policy of' : : 1 around here. My other kids live Silver King! ,
black-out about the families ;
news up in Wisconsin.Wrtlie (Bo.. H-v Doc I
10:30Aa.m.A of public officials. ,,..' was married twice. Both MODERN SAFE FAST i

Decoration Day, May 30, 1964, at Among the rumors bruited i of his wives died, long ago. FISHING CRUISER

v about was that Mrs. Khrushchev 1 MI .r MI 2.3940
for OneIle
new Memorial for our Babyland will be dedi- had soap opera type troubles runs Forming a strictly one-man Capt. Cecil Lamb yr

with "the other woman," a ,9ad JJ'**

cated. The public Is Invited to attend services blonde, high level Communist TIME TO GO FISHING Willie Edwards gets his pole and line ready for some

party member who often actedas fishing, as his kitten watches and a dog sleeps in the sun Edwards, who is

and visit the mausoleum and gardens.! hostess at the Kremlin 108, lives alone and farms near Sikeston Mo. Why pay extra to live on the beach?

Mo. (AP) since the Civil War. years old when the Civil war
THE GOSSIP ended but things didn't change al a zn.anda:
Willie Edwards has gone "I've caught a mess of ,
Another was that Nlklta's first fishin' nearly every day 'em in that time," said the 108 too much for us colored people.
'IlL year-old Negro whose family You still had to go to the old Condominium Apartmentswith
records show he born masis if you wanted to eat."
was at
U r I I Canton, Miss,, on March 19, Rut the war's end did give 2 bedrooms and 2 baths
"NAPLES SELLS ITSELF-lET AD MILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY'If 1856. "But I can't tell you how Willie more freedom than he had offer all the fine features of apartment living

I to catch any fish depends on dreamed of, and a lot of spare
and, finest feature of all, costs only -
the man. time. So he atarted fishing and
You Care ""e IT'S A OIIARMERI We mean the home on Every day the weather's ripe, hunting when he wisn't working $13,500 completewith

South Golf Drive, overlooking the golf course. It Willie calls hi* dog and ambles in the fields Me still hunts a maintenance estimated as low as -
the levee in front of his rural lot.
Enough To See has three bedrooms, with a walk-In dressing room up southeast Missouri home IS $25 a month.

cff the master's bedroom, two baths, a commodious miles south of Sikeston. Therehe Hunts, Fishes for Foot* These low, low prices are possible because you

The Very Best living room and entrance hall, large screened porch fishes in the backwater of the "My old eyes are still good will own the land, which is not beachfront
with southern exposure and an excellently equipped Mississippi River. enough to hunt squirrel rabbit
priced but is still in the
.... kitchen. The home Is centrally heated end air "The only wsy you'll get rid and 'conn," he ssid. "And I'm ,
YOU'LL GET PLENTY for your money In the conditioned and (here is plenty of storage and of Willie Is to tie him out on the stills pretty good fchot. Besides, Mooringswith

house we are offering on Bonlls Lent, Royal Har closet space IJ2.750. levee" and let the 'skeeters eat I've got four good dogs to help all Moorings golf and beach privileges.
bor. Practically new, It has two bedrooms, two him, grinned WII. Bennett s me. My hunting is for the table"
To learn about the included
baths, llrldg room and dining combination, ejectrle .". LOVELY CUSTOM BUILT three bedroom white rriend and neighbor who Willie fishes for food and fun. costly extras
runs s nearby grocery store. "I 1 "I 1 think the fishin' pole his like central airconditioning and heat
kitchen with stove, refrigerator and garbage dia. house on Mandarin Drive In Coquina Sands. Among

peal, reverse cycle air conditioning and heating, other things It contain a large living room, dining was came old here then.in Now 1922 I'm and old Willie, and slot said to do"willow's with what the you catch," wal -to-wIII carpeting

porch and a two ran garage. Drapes and carpets, room Florida room, electric kitchen, two tile baths I'm sure he's it least 108." he lightest come in today and
but ash is the and I
strongest -
lantern and room dividers ire Included, and TV and a garage. Miring for an air conditioner has Willie time to this flat farm like a strong pole hen I'm ask the men at Imperial
cable has been paid for the year 126.950, with been Installed In the living room, and there are a country in 1914. The cotton fields pulling in the catfish"

cash above mortgage of $17,100THERE'S well and a pump for lawn cire. Owner his been round La Forge, a community ..0am.lI willie selected an ash from

transferred to another irea, hence the bargain price It isn't on the map reminded his front yard and walked up the
esee him of his native Mtseisnippi
(1( A LOT Including, literally, a Urge, of $20,200, with cash above a 111,000 mortgage. levee about 200 yards m front IlJil
,r beautifully landscaped cne to be said for this of his four-room frame house,
"I can barely remember my
striking Moorings residence on Sprlngline Drive. 'c'c ONLY ONE LEFT! There's only one un- folks," he and of his parents His dogs followed.

Ii Built of brick and clapboard, it offers two bedrooms rented store spice In the handsome new Keystone who slaves. "I was 9''
three full baths, living room, dining room, Bidding, Fifth Avenue, South, it Third Street (70 l FROM LITTLE .r.raelr. )! m-.5_. ......- visas"
1 feet $HO monthly, water Included. Central ?
paneled den and an electric kitchen containing a square : -----

I stove with extra large oven dishwasSer! dliponal heating and air conditioning equipment has been JL SPARKS. IMPERIAL PROPERTIES
I and handmade kitchen cabinets. Other features iiutallrd in the room Also at this prestige NAPLES .

E you'll like are a Florida room and porch, the generous address are two centrally heated and air conditioned ::' 7 GIANT FOREST

f closet and storage space, wall-to-wall carpetIng executive offices, with answering service. '
i central air conditioner and a washer dryer. Each rents for $30 per month, all utilities Included.: BUSINESS f4))=*FIRES GROW! 289 Ninth StSo..- Phone MI 2-2128


... SLEEK. MODERN HOME on Math Street Then It Will SERVICE tPe/nalitecet" Adv./' ., .

North, containing three bedrooms and two baths.

i I The house also possesses a sizable living room, dinIng Pay You the YEARS
room, front porch, well equipped kitchen and PAYROLLS

carport. $15,90 and can be bought for cash above


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Sunday, Ma, 24. W4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 1, .

'Jft Pod Corner Boat'sMate Street Journal, was Installed;
?} Held On LBJ Has New Pair new president of the assotlon. -,
Other officers tnc r:
Of Silver Spurs Robert E. Thompson, of The
'Flowing Rivers Of Loneliness' : Murder Charge WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Los Angeles Times, vice presl.
F It dent) Carnett D. Homer, c!
dent Johnson, the tall Texan,
ST PETERSBURG (AP) has a new pair of silver spurs. The Washington Star, se
Feelings of loneliness Th. voyage of the shrimp boat The White House Correspon. retaryt Edgar A. Poe, New
Golden Net during which Its Orleans Tlmes.Plcayune, Treat
Mysterious and dents Association presented the ,
and Carroll Kllpatrlck, I c cThe
captain mysteriously disappeared urea
spurs to the President Friday
Beating out Post, Frank
rhythms Washington
ended at a government night at its 50th anniversary
Uneven and taunting. dock today with the first dinner. Attached to book ends, Holeman, of The New York
mate under arrest for murderon the spurs can be detached for DtllyNews, and Frank Cor
the high seas. Jingle-Jangle duty If desired. mler, of The Associated Press
Loneliness deep as a bottomless pit, Henry Weaver, 23, the mate They were designed by William members of the Executive Com
Transcending understanding which fills z was whisked from the vessel by de Mateo, silversmith at WIt.mlttee.
The deepest emptiness of an 1 FBI agents and taken In a gov. llamsburg, Va. f/IORr THAN MM.P C*
enment car, presumably to appear .
At the same time the assocU.tlon
Inner river of before a U. S. commissioner .
flowing expression, gave David Lawrence of RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT!
Fills my being mysterious and haunting, /s In Tampa to tell his story. the U.S. News a World Reporta
Weaver was hired as mate by
of th
pair gold cuff links as
Beating out rhythms uneven and taunting. Capt. William Schuck, 41, of organliatloo's only surviving
y I.a Bartow, the day before the Got, charter member. Gifts also
Jeanne Storter den Net sailed for Campeche In went to William N. Y. Knlghton G FT
search of shrimp April t. of The Baltimore Sun, and Ed.
Naples, Fla. Meanwhile, Mexican authorities .
NtHltpnOrOJ; ward T. Follard, of The Wash.
were trying to Identify the
STEVENSON! AT V.S.Adlal Stevenson, I S, ambassador to the United Nations confers body of a man found In a riveron Ington Post, In honor of their
with Secretary General U Thant, right, and Security Council President Roger Seydoux of the Yucatan Peninsula to long memberships.Allen &&
'Why'Why France. Stevenson in his speech reiterated the t:.S. position In Southeast Asia. determine If It Is that of Schuck. L. Otten. of The Wall ..
do you say I must get up?
Why I is it wrong to tease the pup?
Why do the birds fly through the air?
Why can't I fly with them up there?
Why do the flowers smell so sweet ATTENTION ALL REPUBLICANS!
Why are things good for me to eat?
Why do the trees grow up so tall?
Why are the ants so awful small?
Why can't I yell and holler loud?
Why won't you take me in a crowd?
Why is the sun so awful bright?
Why does it never shine at night?
Why are the autos whizzing by?
Why do we children have to wait?

Why Why does won't the you barber let me cut stay my up hair late? ? NIXON? LODGE? HATFIELD? SCRANTON? GOLDWATER? ROMNEY?

Why would I tumble down the stair?
Why won't you let me pick a flower?
Why can't you rock me for an hour? STASSEN? SMITH? MORTON? ROCKEFELLER?
Why does the rain make me all wet?
Why do you say it's wrong to bet?
Why do I have to go to bed?

Why do you want to wash my head? ANSWER NONEI Your choice will be between committed
Why do small pitchers have big ears? : cnly a delegation,
can't I cut with shears? -
Why things your
Why is the night so awful dark? sent with instructions, or uncommitted, giving your proxy to an un-
do :- "Sings I Ike a lark?"
Why you say
Why is bad spinach good for me? known delegate with unknown intentions. Here's why:

Why can't I chase a bumblebee?
Why will that little doggie bite? The State Republican Executive Committee, which has been controlled by G. Harold Alexander for over

Why does the sun turn off at night? 30 years, has designed the strategy that all those who are not for Senator Goldwater would have to

The burden of each childish song: vote for a "No Preference" slate, thereby giving the Democrat-leaning leaders a chance to pick up every
"Why this? Why that?", the whole day long;
other presidential candidate's proxy vote. IN OTHER WORDS, CANCEL YOUR EFFECTIVENESS. As
And so the endless questions fly .
It's why and why and why and why? you know, the Secretary of State has ruled against write-ins in the run-off election.
God grant me wisdom to reply

And answer rightly every "Why". 1 William D. Pawley' whose name appears on the "No Preference" slate has "withdra.wn from active par-

4iw*.. George Leigh ,'"'. "'J .t!tepation-ln'the! race' for delegate to the National Republican Convention., In addition, Albert Roberts, t
W*> x
# who is running as National Committeeman favoring the "No Preference" slate, appears as a delegate on I

'Uncle Bud and Rock' the official Gold ter slate, which leads the voter to believe that he b supporting that slate.It .

Along the road leading to the sea

Uncle Bud walks with his dog; is too late to change the ballots. Time is too short to take legal action, or to insure write-in privileges.
The cane on his arm beats his leg as he
Holds tight to the leash while they jog'' Primary laws favor the entrenched. A last minute plea by Goldwater forces to permit write-ins, as allowedin

"Don't pull so hard, I'll let you free!" general elections, was turned down. The only qualifications for collecting votes by the "No Prefer-

The master's voice is stern and grim. ence" slate is their trickery I
Dog gallops ahead, sniffing root, track and tree.
To wherever his fancy takes him!
We ask you to support the only official candidate's pledged slate the William C. Cramer delegation pre.
A quick dash to the beach and into the waves,
A leap to the sand, then back for more; erring Senator Barry Goldwater for president. Back up the delegation by choosing William C. Cramer for
His short hair clings to his hide as he leaves, National Committeeman
and Frances Salmon for National Committee
Then a roll in the dirt and the debris on shore! woman!

Candidate ,
Much calmer now, Rock heads for the house Preferring
slower his impish ears sag,
His old eyes light up at a covey of grouse
But he's so tired now that his tail won't t wag'
Master's tired, too, but he gave him a pat. (Vote for One) t"\X (Vote for One)
Then lit his "Ceegar" and unfolded the paper;
In his big easy chair he wearily sat m
While Rock napped and dreamed of his caper. FRANCES C. SALMON m WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER I

belly to the sun, WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER
There he lay legs up, "
His sly eyes half closed, watching and waiting Organizing Chairman

If Master but moves he'll be ready to run,
Yes, some mischief he'll soon be creating"" The Following Collier County Citizens Ask For Your Support To Send The Official

Uncle Bud and his dog in same cadence at least, Delegation To The Convention
Live together, indulging in each other's whims,

The Master loves this rascal, this beast.
And everyone knows how much Rock loves him!" Wesley G. Downing James Ostrander Julie Yanson N. L. Pancoast

Patricia WhitmanNew Lynn Bailey Earle L. Frye Dr. Donald Gorby Colonel Frank CrittendenBea

B. Briggs Harry W. Carr Dorothy Gorby M. M. Harman

Name I Ruth DodgeCharlotte Ernie Moczik Norman Bowes William R. Tracy

The Euphrates River and RENEW YOUR .:::. D. Jones i M. Foehrenbach Jane Bowes C. Fulton Smith
the Tigris River meet above that DRIVER'S LICENSE L Evelyn Tyner Bechtel Mrs. R. N. Wilkins R. C. Collins Francis D. Martin
Baua in Iraq, and from WRING YOUR
point to the Persian Gulf they BIRTH/ MONTH Chris Ellis Sandra Green Wade Collins Catherine Wolfe
are called the Shatt-al-Arab. Tallie Ellis Virgil H. WaSte Jeanne Veenschoten Richard W. Wolfe

Bette S. Cowden Neil Van Wyk Charles R. McCool Edwin DuBanc

The Agency with lamest Servkej George S. Cowden Mae Moczik Tillie Davis Susan AndersonLori
Keller Jane D. Murray Helen Schreck Ruth CollinsA.

I IIt. R. Staley Colonel John Lockett Nancie H. Veenstra Grace DeSchryver

....,........ ..s-q, ....... VVm. Creason Helen B. Waite General E. W. Timberlake Walter DeSchryver
AbleU". It-".,....... 7......-H.-. B. VV. Morris Jr. Russell D. Graham Alice O'Leary Timberlake Lytle & Betty Morton
r- ..., ........ ...... Vincent P. Wood Jr. Charles P. McCool Douglas B. Danser Mr. and Mrs. S. Bell
01 ... ....... '"
.- ., "..... .:: : Jane Elsberg Marjorie Seaberg Alice R. Danser Sue Crittenden!
b, eonp.rw-.f -gw.wretl..r Phyllis S. Jones Carl Davis Aimee Capelle Lloyd Easterling

Hazel Van Wyk David Veenschoten Grace Kealey Andon Kazanjian

Donald T. Jones William J. Cunningham Jeff Kealey Bonnie Kazanjian

L-1 Harry Green Oscar Yanson William H. Pancoast
IISIUICI MUt re.s2 .

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