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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: February 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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southeasterly Wtdnteday. 40th YEAR-NUMBER 134 8 Pages 10 CENTS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1964'
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"What can we as parentsto 4
prevent our children from projects, bring before the pubj City VoteDespite

getting intotrouble? This question lie the crime index inthecountry -

was sounded by County and air possible ways and

Judge Richard M. Stanley as means to combat It.

he spoke to the Exchange Club This year crime preventionweek a steady drizzle Naples was the legal effective date of glble to vote In City elections,

last night on a topic of Juvenile will be observed Febru- voters turned out In !large the Joint City County re.glstratlon. .. Splngler noted.
crime. ary 9 through 15, and as a numbers this morning to cut The City attorney then read

Answering the question part of the plans to bring this ballots In the biennial election Durno had never registered with from the state statute requiring

Judge Stanley said: NAs par- topic before the public, Coun- to seat a new mayor and four the county registrar, so he was sample ballots to be displayed
Judge Stanley was Invited to Council members. not eligible to vote this morning, prominently u all polling pi aces.
must set a good example ty
ents we As of 12 noon, more than one Residents were Informed several The voter who contended such display
for our children} estab- be a guest speaker at Monday'smeeting i third of the 2,709 registered times within the past few month was Illegal wu Jin.
lish a set of strict rules to of the club at the Beach nil voters in the city had showedup that they had to register with formed Splngler said

follow, then be sure they are Club Hotel. .. -- ---.-- -.--- at the polls It appeared likely the county registrar to be ell The attorney ruled that the
not broken." "Every seven seconds of every "SERVE YOURSELF, PLEASE" is a stock tine. From left they are Joe Santa, that the final figure would bear state statute regarding poll

Each year during "National day a child goes before"a answer of genial Mike Medina (I) operator A. P. Ayers (pouring), Fred Edenfieldand out the 70 to 80 per cent turn. Traffic Lights watchers was applicable to the.
Crime Prevention Week" the court In the United States, out predicted by city officialsand City election. This statute requires
of the refreshment stand in the Abe Skinner looking on. Ask for
Exchange Clubs throughout the said Stanley. "As parents It candidates.The such persons to register
Is worth a little bit of effortto courthouse. This answer however, i is other articles cigarettes, tobacco, polls are open today until Going In At with elecUon officials not less

see that our children do not for coffee customers visiting his stand candy, hot soups soft drinks and 7 p.m. In Precinct 8, :332 voters than 14 days prior to the eleo
Barry Says 'No'To had cast ballots by noon at the tint;.
get Involved In acts that leadto for the first time and are not aware Mike serves customers in a manner fire station. There are 083 registered Trail And 7thThe No poll watchers met this requirement .

Minnesota crime. he is blind. Customers in the photo enjoying which belies that he Is blind. See voters in this precinct. so consequently the
"We allow them to
cannot In Precinct 8, the rote total traffic light at Seventh polls were not "watched" today
GOP Unity Plea act as our conscience. If an a coffee break know the rou- Story. (NEWS photo) hit the 300 mark at the noon Avenue North and the north poll watchers have been employ.

act Is not In the best Interestof hour at the First Methodist Ttmlaml Trail may be Installedby ed by candidates to check voting
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Sen. the child do not allow It. Church. There are 947 votersIn next weekend. City Manager lists to determine who has and

Barry Goldwater hat rejected At all times know where your War Vet Operates Courthouse ConcessionSniper's this d1.trlct.Precinct Vince Wood said Monday.The hasit! voted, and to challenge
the plea of a of Minna-
ota Republicans croup who asked child Is, what he or she Is do- 10, the Church of signal will give the green voters whose qualifications are

him-In the name of party unityto Ing and when they will be back. Christ, reported a vote count light to Trail traffic, unless an questionable.
"The armed forces schools of 259 this noon, out of a possible
,
endorse former Rep. Walt. Bullet Took Medina'sSiqht approaching car on Seventh
total of
747. The three
er H. Judd as a favorite ton and colleges and large busines precinct total was 911 at mid. Avenue crosses treadle. Principal Tried
candidate for the Republican set today request Informationabout .
day, Business at the polls was There also will be s button for
presidential nomination. applicants from the local expected to slacken in the early pedestrians to push If they want To Help; Almost
for
"I'm looking delegates,
sheriff and police departments. afternoon hours, then pick up to cross the busy Trail.
Goldwater said Monday as he Loses His Car
Rejection of application Is a again as the afternoon wore on
AmbitionA the
sought presidential backing In But Not His Holding up project Is the
rule If there Is a crime
general and the 7 closing time
Minneapolis and St. Paul. "I p.m. ap. arrival of speclilprestressed Trying to help a sixteen year
can't stop people who want to record. v proached. concrete poles from Leesburg. old boy who claimed he warned

support me."Th.re's. Judge Stanley presented a list sniper's! bullet In World War by a Japanese sniper's bullet Medina received training at NOT REGISTERED They are expected to be In later to go to high school here almost

plenty of party unity of danger signals parents can IX In New Guinea took the eye.sight while In the pacific Theatre of Avon Old Farms In Connecticut Today's election was not with In the week. The signal will cost Wallace Woodruff,
and a campaign properly run watch for, In their children as of Miguel Angel Medina of Operations. The bullet wound and at the Industrial Home for out Its Interesting sidelights, be attached to a cable strung principal of Naples Senior High

will not disunite the party," the compiled by the National Council Naples, but It failed to halt caused Immediate blindness In the Blind In Brooklyn N.Y.. be. Eddie Durno, one of the four between the two poles. School, his car early this mom-
Arizona senator said in .,spurn. of Juvenile Court Judges. his enthusiasm as a business both eyes. He then was on duty fore he moved to Florida In 1961. candidates for thelwo.yearCoune Because the Trail Is expec-

log the proposal of the Judd. They were Truancy; evidence man nor his hopes as a bus. as a private with the 813 MUL He also received training from ell: seat, discovered that he was ted to be four-laned withina Ing.
for.President Volunteer Com of alcohol or drugs on band and father tary Police company. December 1961 until June 1962 not registered to vote. The boy had been broughtto
being -
the
mittee. the breath; cruelty to animals; Medina, now 55, completed "Mike" was released from at the Florida Council for theBlind' One voter vigorously do. few years, poles are Woodruffs office Monday
Goldwater drew crowds, sloppy appearance or dress 10 months as operator of the service March 29, 1943. He r. Rehabilitation Center at manded the removal of a sample Installed 12S feet apart, so morning by Coach Jerry
cheers and optimistic forecasts that sex In boys, Florida Council for the Blind's turned to his native Puerto Rico Daytona Beach and at vending ballot from one of the precincts, they will not have to be movedat Morris. The boy claimed
from his supporters during a exaggerates ; stand at the Collier and was engaged In electrical stands In St. Petersburg.He and It was removed. Later, City a later date. Cost of the
six-hour campaign swing In uncut hair ... In girls, skintight County vending Courthouse In Naples and supply business for a time before owned his own home in Attorney David Splngler put it project Including signal,poles, that his but parents that he lived did In

Minneapolis and St. Paul. Jeans; unexplained cuts, he Intends to serve It for many he returned to New York DeBary and now owns his own back up again and other equipment, will be Tamps
Minnesota will have 26 votesat scratches or bruises; un- to home at 1320 Barblzon Lane In On Monday, one candidate about $4.000 Wood said not like It there and wanted to

.. the convention, and Goldwa. ,explained late hours; appearance years Medina come.opened the stand Sep. Naples. He, by .himself, built treated his 12 poll watchers to The. Seventh-,Avenue North- attend! school here. The boy

ten's strategists Mid they figured -.' of string articles that tember If, lass, under super City.Appeals BoardDoesn't his, own patio at his" home in breakfast, Just"" before Splngler)1 Trail Intersection Is one of the+ wu* Interviewed by Deputy, l
at least 10 of them are already ruled that the watchers'/ .
Naples. who
presence Sheriff John Rogers con-
were not purchased;possessionof vision of the Florida Council for busiest In the
City, principally
In the senator's column.Goldwater He Is married to the former at the polls would be 111*. tacted Juvenile authorities In
the
Blind. moved to
flagrant He Napleswith
-
unnecessary weapons} because of the Kwlk Chek -
told h.nltUfI' who Is supermarket
newsmen disobedience friends his wile and children from Favor Modasta Rodriguez, rai. Tampa. When the Utter bad
have on the northeast corner -
he had 450.500deleg.tes'votes afflicted with deafness.They
lined up now. who are never brought bome.They're DeBary, near Orlando, when the four children, three of them at Durno's dlsfranchlsement from Traffic control at this been unable to contact the boy'sparents
stand opened. voting dldnot affect his status asa the afternoon
during
and one a son, in Puerto I Intersection Is expected to
home ,
During his first six months In 'Wing Signs'The he Is enrolled in candidate, Splngler noted. The Woodruff, after consulting with
Rico where "break up" the steady streamof
Collier County he also servedas candidate who two
Council ran his wife and son, rather than
school.Mrs.
interpretor for governmental Zoning Board of Appeals high Medina knows little En, years ago, met the qualificationsof Trail traffic, and permit see the boy held In the County

Muddying Up officials in their dealings with took a dim view Monday after- glint Medina says to help each I an elector required by the City easier access from several Jail had told Rogers that the
celery workers In rural areas of Charter. cross streets In either -
noon of Imperial Florida Oil "she's and I'm. the
the county. He speaks, writes other, my eyes don boy might spend night at
and reads Spanish In braille fluently Company's plans to put up two her ears." lie also Is able to lOne of these requirements Is the Woodruff home'JOOTh1rd
as well u English which big billboards on either side of use a typewriter and Is about; that the person be listed In the Complicating the traffic pat- Street S. The boy had dinner
That Track Again- he learned as a ninth grade slu. the company's new gas station u active a small businessman I City voters registration books. tern In the area Is Coif Drive with the Woodruff family and
building at 2600 Ninth Street u maybe found anywhere, and I Durno Is or was, until the city a heavily-traveled street a half tele-
dent.The North. would sincerely appreciate the I voter registration. books ceased block to the north. The light later stayed up watching
Vending Stand operatorwas patronage of all. to exl J as of January 1. That will not control Golf D rivet raf- vision with the Woodruffs son
Races AheadMachinery born In Puerto Rico November Described as wall signs the Richard a Senior High School
Buggy 23, ID08, and before entering two billboards, as submitted to fie, Wood said Golf Drive student, after Mr. and Mrs.
the UJS. Army on March 25, Building Official Bert Pinkston, I guess, will continue to be Its Woodruff had to bed.
1941, lived In New York City were to measure 136 square $15,000 Norris Gift own hazardous self," he com- gone
for the annual February swamp He was shot in the left temple feet apiece. Plnkston denied mented. About 1 ..m. Woodruff hearda

buggy races will go into full gear when memo the building permit for the signs Wood also explained why the car startup on the drive-and
Deadline Nears because they were In excess of Four Corners traffic light was looking out the window saw the
bers of Inc. hold their meetingat
Swamp Buggy the ordinance's maximum Boosts 'Rec' Buildingto on the "blinker" setup fora boy driving off In the Woodruff
For New PlatesThe sign
8 o'clock tonight in Naples City Hall to draft size limitations. couple: weeks recently. The family car. Polke were notified

plans for the event which is scheduled for Sun February 20 deadline for Plnkston said he would be traffic control device gave out, and within 10 minutes Sgt.
purchasing 1964 auto tags Is Just A City Council committeewill make up the deficiencyof and a device also failed Robert Alexander and Officer
day, February 23, at the Mile o' Mud track willing to allow the oil com- spare
about two weeks away and it appears the If suggest ways and means more than 12000. "It cost us $600 to geta Jerry Winebrenner had the boyIn
Representatives of all civic organizations are there will be "waiting In pany to erect two signs building the proposed recrea- Then the Nor rises came along new one." Wood said So custody and had recoveredthe
neither exceeded 60
urged to attend, Mrs. Rachel Blodgett, secretaryof line" as that date nears unless feet. one Council will consider square- tion center at tomorrow's Coun- with their 15000. The com- now the City his two spare car together with money
Inc. said sales pick up Immediately. City cil meeting, but their sugges- mittee's report Is scheduled to traffic fromWoodrurr.
Swamp Buggy, yesterday. at the control devices to fallback which the boy had stolen
Wednesday's meeting
County Collector A. P.Ayersreported
tions seem somewhat antl-cll- be given at the start of tomorrow's If the "new Improved" and clothIng I
been on, trousers
With the largest purse that has ever there were 4,841 tags Zoning Board of Appeals' recommendation which
mactlc Council meeting,
,
is sold in January and that figure that Imperial's one gives out, he had taken from Richard.
made for the February event, it expectedthat ,
up Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. begins at 9 '.m,
is When traffic control devicesat Further Investigation revealed -
only 150 above the number of request be denied.
more than the usual number of buggies plates sold In January 1963. In "Possibly Council will feel Norris gave the long-sought recreation CANVASS AT NOON the Four Corners go on the that the boy had stolena

will be on hand to try for the prize money, Mrs. January 1962, Ayers said, his office differently about these signs" center a big boost over Mayor Ford said this mornIng blink, so do the traffic lights. car Friday from HlHsbor

Blodgett said. sold 650 more tags thanIn ZBA member Henry B.Watkins the weekend by agreeing to donate that the present Council They flash yellow for east and ough High School In Tampa,

The this will be $1,000. Between the same month In 1961. Jr. told Imperial representative up to $15,000 to help meet will consider as much of the westbound traffic, and flash red driven It to Miami and abandon
purse year A total of 8,319 plates was sold the building's const ruction cost.
for north southbound vehle- ed It here when he took the
It before
noon
Edward W. Kreutz. agenda as can ,
35 and 40 buggies usually participate. In 1963. Judging from sales over Announcement of this gift was les. Woodruff tar
when the
Kreutz described the Council will canvass
Winter visitors this year will find new bleach. the past 10 years which show a pro- made at Saturday's Jaycee political -
big Jump each year In the number posed signs at the new gas station Francis results of today's election and
ers which were installed last summer will addto of car owners In the county, as"Itandard procedurefor rally by Mayor seat a new mayor and such
Ford. The Norrfses have help-
their comfort and afford a better view of the It appears that about one half us throughout the stare,' and Council members! as may be
ed the In the their Chinese Go-It-Alone
City
of the have thus far past chosen
it owners maintained that "we think they today.
event, was pointed out. after Hur
biggest gift coming
I purchased the 1964 plates are dignified." The two 136- ricane Donna wrecked the old So It Is possible that the old I

square foot "wing signs"would Council will delve Into the new
municipal pier In 1960.
be In addition to an Identifying fishing$100,000 to rebuildthe business section of the agenda, Policy May Split Redsadvertising
I They gave
stalled.ground sign already In pier and $50.000 to build which meters.Includes A 60-daytrlal the Item of parkIng period -- .. ..

"I 1 see no reason for signs the Lowdermllk Park beach- 1, during which the Fifth A venue By WILLIAM 1.. RYAN them. But there Isa
front pavilion hint In the of the term
use
this Urge"board member Nick district's meters have been AP Special Correspondent
The Council committee met that Mao Tze-tung
Red China may be on the "antlparty"
hooded
commented. "Most expired
recently
Wshtngford last Friday to attempt to find verge of a Ce>U.alone policy handled resistance to Ms policies
stations get along with only one out how much of the $72,562' Demon Woodward will pre- which could carve the Commu. within his own Politburo In
Watkins noted. sent the plot plan for an apartment -
sign (without any alternates) recreation plat world Into two distinct and the only way Communists seem
We have a sign ordinance, center could be built for building on the beachfront even opposing blocs. able to deal with differences of

whether we like It or not, and the $60,000 in thegen- lot which was Involved In last Peking Is Hexing new muscles. opinion.It .
we shouldn't break It,' Willing- eral budgeted bond Issue. month's "seawall crisis" The Possibly It feels more confident Is widely known that Khrushchev
ford said The appeals board obligation building reportedly Is plannedto since the recognition extendedby opposed Mao's attemptto
divid-
has asked City Council to take Council members were be built within 32 feet of France. Turning NlkllaKhrushchev's \ launch Red China on the
the ordinance out of the ed over using surplus funds the Wall. own w 0 rd.acaln.t "great leap forward' Khrushchev .
sign from other bond Issue accounts: him Peking Implies the applauded those in the
Council will reconsider the
zoning code and put It In the
his European Peking leadership-like Marshal
and
A" hands of the Building Code appeals request of the City's two zon- Soviet premier
., Burglars Fail In Communists should let Red Peng TehJiuai, an old comradeof
board. ing boards to have the sign China lead the revolution In Mao-who resisted the great

"Not too long ago Texaco Attempt At Auto ordinance transferred from the Asia and Africa.Khrushchev leap.The

wanted big sign, and they got zoning ordinance to the build- who once prom. experiment with the great
turned down flat," ZBA chairman Supply Store HereWhen ing code ordinances. It will Ised to bury the West's social leap and people's communes -

Dale Bremerman said. John Collins, manager review Us recommendations In system, himself Is going to be abandoned as a failure Is
Then the board voted without of Naples Service and Supply, the thorny Peter Zornlk rezoning burled by the revolutionary known to have caused: troublein

Nf dlssev to turn down imperial went to the store at Tenth street application. movement, said Peking In Its the Communist Chinese
North at 8(30 o'clock Sunday A public hearing will be heldat latest broadside.The army Some officers feared It
morning be discovered that aa 10 ajn. on the rezoning ofa attack accused Khrushchev meant an end to Soviet military

____ __ attempt had been made to pry of encouraging an "anti- aid. Others resented expansion
T portion of the proposed Hol-
Inside the Chineseparty. of the Chinese militia and the
open the front door and that a bar party group"
IT WONT BE LONG before the bug lest track in the world" to test man on the door had been almost cut iday Inn site from residentialto The use of this phrase- use of regular army soldiers as

gies slosh and splash through the mile and machine in a gruelling run for RENEW YQUR In two. motel coning. Henry B. coined: by Khrushchev tinged laborers.
DfWin LICENSE Watkins Jr. will on the Peng Teh.hual eventually was
report
0' mud at Naples in the annual mid- fame, and end fooeyl See mm rout Numerous" or similar marks Instrument of a crowbar used Everglades parkway bond validation with The sarcasm Chinese party never hada removed as defense minister

season "tourist special." The track story. GIRTH MONTH by the would be burglars were hearing last week In Tal- violent purge in the old Soviet and tossed off the Politburo. He

committee again promises the "mess- found by police lahassee. style it If had purge It avoided has disappearedI".t

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, February 4, 1964 '1',' >> .. i r -4: .. Nabs Two Here rOn

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Bridge In NaplesBy N Waking Book' i


Edward MUler, who claims fIR

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and Joseph Greensteln of Atlanta,

East-West vulnerable. West uage. While Goren might open Ga. and Miami, are at liberty

Dula.r with a FOUR NO TRUMP I under $500 cash bonds each on
.' I a charge of "making a book
would prefer the two demand... .
NORTH on races as a result of skepticism
,
a two opener of any of the four
I- I tK3.V on the part of a Naples
suits preferably the 4-card
woman. They had approachedherFriday
c-1IJ Heart suit. This then Is my night at the Pirate's Den

recommendation by the
WElT EAST undoubtedly Impressed
4 sable coat she wort and told
S-O sieS H4AKJICCK BIDDING
H- W.0..l',r N E I her they had a "sure thing"
K t I C-A D- tf :11SOUTH P... P... 2H Pot on a race at Hialeah and ana
2S P... 4NT Pau
IC P.*. aNT P.uID ther at Las Vegas.
a i Pin 7NT tall past) 91-Piece Baltimore Symphony Will Tax Naples Auditorium When she agreed to think the
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H-711 ,. matter over they made a date
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that East the 4-
a Ill: Note uses to see her at home Saturdaynoon.
gj !
No Trump Blackwood to ask Raid Poker Game, Baltimore Symphony ComesTo County Approves When Miller showed up

Many of us have played Bridgefor partner for Aces despite the the next day, he was unaware
over 30 years, It might bea fact .that he HAS ALL ACES. Charge OperatorCharles Stray Animal that Chief of Polled Ben Caru-

fair assumption to estimate This' sequence Is a MUST to Maxwell 53, MacDonald Control ProgramThe tiers and Detective Jack Bliss

Irround 70 times each year.Again permit a 5-No Trump Black- ;, Quarters, was arrested Naples February 13thThe were in the bedroom adjoining
we guesstimate about 25 wood to locate the Kings. i I Sunday night when police raided County Commission with the door ajar so that they

hands per session which brings., When a panner at West showsup I his home and broke up a poker long awaited and widely,, 'Concertino for Clarinet", by passed a resolution activatinga overheard his sales talk.had given

us to a total of 52, 500 deals-' with two, then, of course I game. Chief B en caruthers stated heralded appear ance of the Baltimore Weber (Ignatius Genusa, Clarinet county stray animal control After his check hostess for $340 Chief
should be 'that seven were in the- game. Soloist program authorized under the Miller a
It clear for )
a lot of Bridge, aodwouldseemto sailing : Symphony will become a and Officer Bliss plao
7-No The Maxwell was charged with operating I "Till Eulenspiegel's MerryPranks" County Code bill at this mornIng's Caurthers
bring forth Just about a Trump. big question reality on Thursday evening,February under arrest. Greenstein
every ed him
conceivable combinations Is, HOW WOULD YOU a gambling house.No charges 13,when this world-renown-, by Strauss. session but shied away arrested outside in a car.
super were tiled against Maxwell'sguests ed orchestra will Symphony No. 4 By Tchaikov from Implementing details. was
perform for
However personally I OPEN It playing at East? At first the two men claimed
members of the Naples com. sky.The A public hearing was held on acquainted
have never seen the equal of that they had been
'
stage of the Naples Senior
munity Concert Association in the proposal at 10:30 a.m., when con.
but
Board played by 11 Teams at the High .Is expect to have its ., for only a day
auditorium of the capacity
Naples and a number of citizens were one of them
the Forum January 7 session. Cuban Fishing Boats I In Senior High School. given a real test by the 91. present to support the resolu- fronted carried by admitted pictures that they had
This Is the dream hand of every The Baltimore Symphony Is piece Baltimore Symphony. .
tion. There together
were no objectors. to Naples
Bridge player. But unfortunately recognized as one of America's and late arrivals In the audienceare come
not a single Forum pair leading( orchestras Founded in llekly to encounter"Standing The hearing closed with a mo- -

correctlty the card arrange- U.S. Water Is Puzzler"The 1916 as the first orchestra in the Room Only". tion which asked the veterinarians 3 Miami BoysArrested

ment as Illustrated above. United States to be supported by No tickets will be sold at the and representatives of

KEY WEST (AP) What skipper of one Cuban public funds, its rapid growth door. Only members of the the Humane Society of Naples Here

TOO EXCITED ? brought four boats from Cuba boat said he didn't know he was soon brought enthusiastic support Naples community Concert Association Inc., to recommend a tag fee Lack of driving experience

into American waters? in American waters while anoth. from Maryland Industry and from will be admitted. and Impounding charges The about the arrest here
As expected when East U. S. authorities sought to de. er said he realized he was but people In all walks of life. Since a capacity audience is Humane Society was asked alsoto brought Miami

counted a holding of 29 In No termine that today aa they said they were only fishing," The Baltimore Symphony now anticipated, concert goers are recommend an overall pro- Monday of three boys
Trump ( add one extra point quizzed 38 occupants of the fish Wahl reported. has 91 members and plays more urged to arrive well in advanceof for the who had stolen a 1960 Chevrolet -

for the four Aces ), he started Ing vessels State Atty. Con James Kynes than 180 concerts during aseason the 8:30 p.m. curtain and to gram. N.L. Reid county.Dr. and others station wagon from a Miami N

to quiver. In fact, some of The Coast Guard interceptedthem said this state has authority to Half a million people hear the have their membership cards that a fee of $3 for parking lot and a license plate
the opening bidders must have in the Dry Tortugas, 65 i prosecute the crews. Randolph Symphony in person each season ready. For this concert, and all suggested and from another car.

quivered so violently that they miles west of here and escorted :Hodges, state conservation director and an audience Impossible to future concerts, membershipcards male spayed female dogs As they were driving on Ele-
became muddled them to Key West. ;: said If the federal gov. estimate listens to its weekly must be presented at the and $5 for unspayed females venth AvenueSouth they attempted -

at THREE enough NO TRUMPI'to Fortunately stop- Cmdr. C. W. Wahl, who head.
ed the Coast Guard operation, !I Cubans, Florida would under a Music director and conductor too high for many dog own- same direction driven by James
of the others
,most went said nearly three tons of refrigerated 1963 Florida law closing the of the Baltimore Symphony since On ers In the county. Ervin Tucker of Boyn City
as high as SIX SPADES or aboard of 1959 Is the distinguished Czech-
two
fish were j i state's territorial waters to fish. The innoculatlon fee against
the dis-
.SIX NO TRUMP. the boats. I Ing boats of Communist nations born Peter Herman Adler, who Accident StoryIn rabies Is standard at $3 Mich., but misjudged

What then Is die correct open- "We found no arms or suspicious Maximum penalty is $500 fine made his American debut in 1940 throughout the state. Dr. Reid tance and sideswiped the car.

Ing when you hold a 28 or a 29 things." Wahl added. He and one year In Jail, plus con. conducting the New York Phil last Tuesday's News it was pointed Frightened they Jumped out of
count In No Trump? Let's see said the other two boats reportedly j'Iscatlon of the vessels and all harmonic. Music lovers will re. erroneously stated that a car out. the car and fled, leaving the
what Mr. Gorensaysabouuuch transferred their catches to ,equipment member Adler's many television driven by David Wayne Pease Mrs. Lori Keller presidentof car still in motion. It hita

a fantastic set I the larger.refrigerated vessels. Wahl said that shortly after productions with the NBC Opera was struck by a car driven by the society suggested that palm tree and stopped. They
up. quote
which he Mrs. Theresa pope,Ridge Drive, the city fee would work a hard T
'Hands I the Coast Guard boarded the Cu. Company, founded. He were picked up a little later
wh1chare.trongerthanthe Coroner's Report i ban vessels has received critical acclaim for Pine Ridge. The Item should have ship on kennel owners with 20
conventional No at 5 a. m. Sunday by Officer Jack Bliss trying to
Trump top 'the Cubans his conducting of the New York stated that, according to the or more dogs and others with
opened up on three steal another car. None of the
of 27 should be 1
points opened Shows Ladd Death radios and contacted two other City Opera Company and has police report the vehicle drivenby numerous animals. three had a driver's license.
either with a two bid or with uban vessels, presumably be. appeared as guest conductor with Mrs. pope after stopping at There was spectator agree-

"''Jan opening bid of 4-No Trump Was Accidental ,ween here and Cuba." the Cleveland and Detroit Symphonies the stop sign, pulled Into Eighth ment that a high fee will cause
which announces an opening of and at summer festivals Street in front of the vehicle Shows
HOLLYWOOD (AP) The Wahl said the master of one of some owners to keep animals Billy
nZ8 or 29 points and has no re- coroner's report on Alan Ladd'. the:: boats complained over radio at Central City, Colorado, and driven by pease and his right under cover and not bring themin

llJatlonshlp to the Blackwood death was terse, clinical and hat: he had been molested by Lewlsohn Stadium, New York. front struck the left side of for and in
tnnoculatlons
her arrests made Dad It's Not
car. No were
.Convention.." cold. being awakened that early In Adler has announced that he
health of
this the a
it Of course,to add to the&maz- It didn't tell the whole story t he morning. will conduct the following pro. by the police.Cuts manner
of
Ing features of this Board 7ens about Alan Ladd, a shy, sentl. Spectators yelled "Commu. gram for the Naples concert large segment communitycould The Equipment

that partner at West has an mental fellow who never hurt i list" as they arrived last night February 13th: Power Line be endangered.
anybody but himself. i aboard two yellow 75-foot boats Overture "Le earn aval Re
ert additional No Trump count of The report, Issued Monday by i and two gray and white 47-foot main" by Berlioz. With Gun Blast LOSING MONEYCommissioners J f:51100KTNmlrwkvt : Bt.+

freight, or In the Spade suit the the Riverside County coroner
1,;,,tot m is nine. Obviously the listed the cause of Ladd's death |powered by Soviet-made engines First Negro Judge KENT, Wash. (AP) -wasnt State to believe that the control 11
trooper Darrell Bailey ,:; t'1I
,
ti NoTrusnpapproachgivesasctal last Wednesday as.cerebral ede. i iraai and the others had German pow.. for ,program ,, ,should,:'be,.s"elf t1 r .
about to wait company
ell!tMJJt holding(37 and that Js swelling.of,.4he brats by.i Iri>ll1llt.. A U. S. submarine and Takes Office In crews to remove power live supporting through pick-up IJ IC 1
d'SEVEN NO TRUMP in any lang- fluids. Said Coroner James S. destroyer stood by at the CoastGuard and fees.
wires over a wrecked automobile charges Impounding
Atlanta Court
-r Bird in his report: <: base.Zoners. hqems.
In which an Injured motor Mrs. Keller noted that the coun-
"The case will be signed out
::: as an accidental death. The Frown ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) An Atlanta ist was trapped. ty program was greater than the r

CountyBU8iness combination of alcohol, seconal, attorney, A. T. Walden, Bailey pulled out his service one In Naples and so far the

Llbrlum and Sparlne produced has been sworn in as Atlanta's shotgun, severed the wires witha Humane Society was losing

r together the total effects the On Plea FromW. first struction Negro Judge since Recon. blast, and rescued the motor. money assisting with the county -

depressants had on the central Erogr m..
nervous system with the high Commissioners appeared to
A. Loach
County Engineer Harmon Tur. days.Obituaries
level of alcohol being the maJor object to any suggestion that the
ner reported at County Controls- "
factor. The Zoning and Planning
county charge less than the City
Ion this morning that
meeting
Seconal Is a barbiturate; Llb Board this morning looked
he had been advised that suits of Naples and then contri-
with disfavor
rlum a tranquilizer and Sparlnea on a requestto
against the Department of Interior drug that quiets the central rezone to business classification Cleveland, Ohio, and several bute taxpayer funds to subsidizethe r I
presently stymied any additional "It's asking the roBILLY
nervous system five multi family JacksonElbert grandchildren. program.
effort of Commission Ladd, 50, thought he was mis. lots near Naples Senior taxpayers of Naples to support
to acquire a government lot In cast aa a movie star even High School. G. Jackson 52, pre- a county program and dog own-

the Ten Thousand Island area though he was one of the most The lots front on Eighth sident of the Shell Island Oys- RaymondLeo ers to pay double." Commis-

tor a recreation park. successful box Street and of them is at died 7 o'clock last
office stars in one ter Co.. at sioner Wes Downing pointed out.
1 He reported, however, that government history. the southwest corner of Eighth night" at his home 1032 11th Francis Raymond 75,, Commissioner Glenn Allen

representatives had Once when he was getting Street and TUrd!venue SoyL.. St., N., ohe1f-1nfUctedgunshot of River Forest, 111., a winter suggested that Impounding fees
been In the area and he expecteda $Z5OOO a week at Warner Bros, ?*.o rest of the block in which resident of Naples, residing and board should
wounds according to Naples charges go up
conference this week. at 1965 Gordon
died
Drive a
he glanced up at a stage hand these lots are located is zoned ,
The Commission more than a working on a railing above the multi-family. ,police. Sunday at Naples Community He believed some dog owners,
year ago initiated action with set. It was the board's opinion A native of Emory Va., he Hospital. charged only $1 for a tag and AND FRIEND

I the Department of Interior to ac. "You know," he reflected that the request, by W. A. had moved to Naples about six Born in Elgin, Ill., he was $3 for Innoculation would takea

sQuire the lot of about 75 acres. "I used to do that during the Loach Jr., would constitute years ago from Bluefield sales manager for the Texaco chance on getting an animal EVERGLADES BUly Lengyel,

since that time a claim of owner Depression for $42.50 a week spot zoning, and therefore the W.Va. Company at the time of his .Impounded if the recovery fee son of "Happy Harold", star of

hip has been filed by a Semi and they were happy days... board asked City Council to Besides his widow. Mrs. death. He was a veteran of was minor. radio and TV, landed a 10-pound

nole Indian through an attorney. For the last three years, Alan deny the request "at this Sylvia Jackson of Naples he World War L No decisions were reached redflsh while fishing with his

has been inactive on the screen. time" The matter will come Is survived by a daughter Mrs. He Is survived by his wt. other than the motion request- father and mother in Panther
Commissioners granted a tern Last Martin for Council consideration dew, Mrs. Laureta Raymond, Creek Monday.
summer, Rackin, up Judith Shrader of recommendations from the
porary permit for a guard at head of production at Paramount tomorrow. Bluefield W. a daughter Mrs. Catherine ing Before starting out from Land.rum' .
,the Deep Lake prison camp to cast Alan as Nevada The board this morning reaffirmed Va.. a sister. Mrs. Thomas Marcucci of River Forest,two veterinarians and representatives Fish Camp in Everglades,

park a trailer In the area aa Smith in the unreleased "The its previously stated Shrader of Daytona Beach, five sons, Robert Raymond of River of the Humane Society. Happy Harold told Billy he

living quarters. The written re. Carpetbaggers" position that the front yardof brothersHuaton.Crosby Paul Forest 111., and Leo F. The recommendations will be an couldn't catch anything with the

quest stated housing faculties In But Rackin who got his first beachfront property Is on and Ralph of West Virginia and Raymond Jr. of Jacksonville, lagenda Item at next Tuesday's tip broken off his spinning rod That

the area were unavailable. The production Job from Ladd, said the .Gulf side Tax assess Johnny of Atlanta, Ga., and two and ten grandchildren. meeting. and gave a short lecture on tak.

permit Is tor six months. Alan did not even want to seethe meats are made and build. grandchildren.He Funeral arrangements are log care of his equipment. Pleases

Turner reported that bids for dally rushes of the film. ing permits Issued on the was a member theCal- being made by the Richard A. Governor After about an hour's fishing .

;widening Highway 29 through the, Rackln said Ladd's perfcuuito basis of the Gulf being In vary Baptist Church of Blue- Plttman Funeral Home. The Jersey 14 year old Billy felt a tug on
\business"section of Immokalee' front of and not In back of funeral and Interment will beat his line and undaunted For
ance is so good that the studio field, and the Naples CoastGuard Wants Income Tax by bro
had been opened and were''planned' a sequel to be called beach property.This River Forest, El. ken rod and 0 pound test mono
close to the estimated!"Nevada Smith." action clears the way will NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Gov. filament line, completely outdid
coat and It appeared the project for a possible establishmentof There a visitation Richard J. Hughes proposed a his father by carefully working IndustryAnd

I will be started by the State Road setback lines for construction from 6 to 9 o'clock tonightat KempeMrs. state Income tax Monday in his and landing the large red.

Department The bid was "$414,. Civil on the Gulf side, which the Earl G. Hodges Funeral AmeliaKmpe,83dled annual budget message to the The moral of this fish tale

000 plus," and W. L. Cobb of Rights would solve the dilemma of Chapel. The funeral and Interment this morning at the home of her New Jersey Legislature ojHughes' ,, could very well be: "Do the best
Plant City was named Asked what they thought
as the seawalls built on or near the will be held at Blue- daughter, Mrs Delbert DeaU citizens with whatever you have on hand."
[low bidder.He high-water mark.A Held W. Va. rick, 1320 Ridge Road,Naples, proposal, 13 private didn't know: And for Dad, "Better luck next Individuals
reported, also, that the Backers Feel aeawall built astride the where she had made her home here said they time".
(cost of rtght.of.way through Im. anything about it.
high-water mark recently by tor the past four years

(mokalee were high and the County Denton Woodward precipitated Born in Indianapolis Ind., "....... .... _1111 ; MII Printing
had been advised funds for
only the City's "seawall crisis." DavisA Aug, 20, 1880, she had beena
one more road project were avail Similar construction will be restaurant operator In that

able. Commissioners voted to Optimistic prohibited In the future, if prayer service will beheldat city for more than 20 years Immokalee NewsBY DltMonMl. ; ;
asked the SRD to build the Pine Council establishes minimum 730 o'clock tonight at the before moving to Naples.Besides .

Ridge Road project This will WASHINGTON AP setback lines for any type Richard A. Plttman Funeral
( ) House her daughter, she is MRS. W. H. GARRSTT


run from the Trail eastwardto backers of the civil rights bill of construction on the Gulf Chapel in Naples for Arthur survived by one grandchild ____ __ __________m_.___
the Pulling.Road which Is tobeconatructed. were 1 cautiously optlmstlc today side of beachfront property.In D. Davis, 71, who died Sundayat and one great grandchildd.Funeral and Edward Ger. President Qt
Rosa Thomas Mrs
,
u faced other business the board Georgia B.
they a fight to the Veterans Hospital In arrangements are tNtUS
School chosen
of were Short vice
Bethune
man president Mrs
hold the key public accommodations recommended approval of two Coral Gables. There will bea pending at the Earl G. Hodges winners
Commissioners approved a 2nd and 3rd place Merdls Sampson; secretary
.
section In the license
bill. home >ccupatlon
ap.plication. Funeral
Chapel
plan whereby the parking area Regarded by many Negro .. They were from visitation from 7 to 9 tonightat .. respectively, in the Collier Mrs. Howard; treasurer, Mrs.
at the courthouse can be doubl. leaders as the heart of the omnibus B. D. Voegelln 1506 Blue the Pittman Chapel. Funeral County Mental Health Essay Con. Qulnette Maples; parllamen.

ed with a minimum of expense. bill, it would ban racial Point Avenue, and K. R.Smith services and Interment will be WilsonFuneral test They competed with mem. tartan, Mrs Ellen Porter; chap.
The present parking area at the hers from senior classes in all laid Mrs. Lucille Bradshaw
discrimination In restaurants, 890 13th Street North. In Chi rdon, Ohio services for Buck ;
east of the administration build. the county schools.Homecoming reporter, Mrs Luella Lee.You' .
will be hotels, theaters and other places Davis was a retired steel Wilson, 29,who was found dead festivities at the .
Ing arranged to permit
serving the general public. Looking For Votes worker who moved to Naples Sunday near Immokalee will be School have been
lines of
wo cars where only Bethune
The provision Is one of threeon seven from Ohio held at 2 o'clock tomorrow ,. inC / 2-2107
"better and
one line of parking Is possible years ago acclaimed as getting .
which Southern Democrats Goes To City Dump afternoon at the church at the hands with
at the present time.Alaskans and made his home on 109th better." *-\\ good
hope to
pick up enough Repub. Big Cypress Indian Reserva .
Avenue. Naples Park. He Besides the beautifully de.
wasa
lican support to get EVERETT, Wash. (AP) ASK
crippling
or lion FOR
Arrangements are being jrALLSTATBAuto
May Get limiting amendments approved. G.E. Carlson, running for city veteran of World War I. anda made by the Earl G. Hodges corated floats In the parade; thepanth.ra :

The bill's- safety commissioner, can spot a member of the Naples Moose succeeded in winning 'Insurance .
supporters took Funeral Home.Wilson .
Personalize Car heart from a 176.129 victory crowd and an Issue anytime. Lodge and the Elks Lodge In : was a farm laborer both arch of rival their carver games of from Naples their, see or phone Mr. Hoffmanor

Plates For $50 Monday on the first big chal. Nice weather brought downs Cleveland Ohio. in the Imnir le I sa. He is Woman's Club has KERI CBAIGE
lenge thrown at them an of citizens to the city dump Sun. He Is survived by his widow, survived bj ,.. parents, Mr. A Junior In the Immokalee Mr.
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) For amendment to strike from the day with loads of trash in a pro- Mrs. Mae Davis of Naples two and Mr. Doctor of Copeland, been organized with anticipation of SEARS NAPLES SnyppCALL
n extra $50-If the Senate bill a provision tor three. spring cleanup. Waiting at the ft community
goes a daughters Mrs. C.W.Glanzer ir brothers, Ben Wilson,
long with a House approved Judge court to speed action on dump to buttonhole voters He' was and Mrs Shirley HiIiii'el. Billie Wilson Jimmy Wilson many purpose worthwhile, u wan operations.most women's A .gs:t:w:;J.lIeII !! .

11U Alaskan motorists will be voting cases. candidate Carlson. op. both if Ch+rduu .Ohio, and Jack Wilson of Copelandand groups Is t..o-lolds. social and COMPANY. PHOTiCTION
Me to get personalized vehicle posed to compulsory garbage sister Susie sue llp.rrr..r TDB NKW8 FOR
a Jimmy of civic endeavors. The officersaret ... p *- .rr-
tense plates Don't Ito A Litterbug collection. and a son, Thomas Davis of Miami. -,.., M .ys rar.r.r.w RUBBER STAMPS







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Sally DuBane Wilsons Mark 41 Tuesday February 4, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3


I College StudentIn Their ISSth'Anniversary <4T, j,; High School Parents




Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ,.f Competing For Living
Mexico CityMEXICO 1364 Sperling Ct.,
ed their 55th wedding

CITY College edu. more than 20 nations- who are i I Ing nlversary shuffleboard yesterday at by the Orchid In PTSA Drive
th cation gains new dimensions when attending the University of the i I Recreation courts here. '
student
attends --- --- - - -
school Americas along with Miss 1:
night they were guests of
abroad and watches history In the DuBane. Mrs. C.A. Wicks 381 11th "Send in a question you'd like orchid the winner must be
making, as Miss Sally C. Du- She is a graduate of Marshall S. at the Howard answered at the Naples Senior present at the PTSA meeting
Bane, daughter of Mr. and Mr. High School, In Marshall Mich.,, Restaurant. Also High School parenUTeacher-itu. Tuesday, February 11.
Edwin DuBane of 584 Banyan and attended college in the U.S. dinner were Mrs. dent Association meeting Tuesday All questions will be answeredby
Blvd., is learning while study. before coming to the University leton and Mrs.Florence February 11, and you may a panel of experts, including
Ing at the University the AmerU 01 the Americas.On of Naples. win an exotic live orchid plantl" Supervisors of Education Louis
cas In Mexico City, second lar. weekends Miss DuBane can The Wilsons were That's the intriguing offer announced Predmore and Mrs. Valera su.
.gent city In the hemisphere. visit the ancient ruins of the February 3, 190 at today by PTSA president ker, Guidance Counsellors E.C.
Modern -minded Mexicans hold Pyramids of Teotlhuacan, a short They are the parents of a Alan Foster In an all-out effort Lowe and Robert Hoeffel, Prim
progress as their shibboleth as distance away from the capital. living in Miami and one 1 vt to boost attendance at the February cipal Wallace Woodruff, and
they forge ahead and scholars Or she can go to Oaxaca and lanta, Ga. While they spend llth panel discussion ar. straight A student Ellen Whit.
from all over the world make admire the Impressive archaeology of the year la Naples, ranged by program Chairman E. sltt, with PTSA President Alan
annual treks to Mexico to study of Mltla and Monte Alban, ually spend much of the t George Rogers. Foster acting aa moderator
the process of these Intriguing or to Merlda, to visit the ruinsof in Kentucky where they "There's no limit on ques.lions .
changes. the old Maya empire. This farm. ," said Rogers. "Naturally Red SpacewomanTo
This progress is unfolding be. cultural travel, plus watchinga the high school is our primary
fore the eyes of students from nation rise to the front ranksof Bookmobile BackOn Interest, but we realize that many Meet England'sQueen
progress,is an education bonus parents also have students in
Court To for Miss DuBane while attending Regular Run the Junior High and primaryand ElizabethLONDON
Say elementary grades. For this (AP)-Queen Eliza.
UA.And
to further her cosmopoll. The bookmobile of the ; reason, we have arranged for a beth U will receive Soviet cos.
Whether BikiniIs tan training Miss DuBane has County Library will panel of experts who can answer monaut Valentina NikoUyevaTereshkova
...... _.
her Instructors at .1 .t.r-j question pretalning to cur.
among the ituimai suicuiuc uu ::: any Wednesday during
University of the Americas re. day February ti. The ; \ rlculum from Grades 1 through her visit to London, Bucking.ham .
'Equipment'TALLAHASSEE nowned educators from the United dule 12." Palace sources said Won.
States, Europe and Latin Amerl. February 5 -- Questions are already flooding day night.
(CAP) Is a ca, who conduct all classes In Betty Into the Senior High School of. The first Soviet spacewoman
of
Marco and Isles
Bikini swim suit a piece of English. The credits she earns Capri. flee. A few selected at random arrives In Britain today for a
wearing apparel or a piece of here are recognized by Am err. February 6 and includel"Jow three-day visit at the invitationof
sports equipment? can colleges since the Unlver. A special make-up trip / can 1 help my son letbett.r the British Interplanetary So.
That's the question facing slty of the Americas is a njem. be made to Immokalee Mrs. grades?" ciety. Wednesday evening she
Leon County circuit Court Judge ber of the Southern Association February 7.LBJ's "Is our high school library will be presented the society's
Hugh Taylor in the challenge of of Colleges and Schools. equipped to answer the needs of gold medal at a special meet.
Stump
the 1963 Legislature's 5 percenttax For many years the Instituteof our students?" inC.
on swim suits among sports International Education has Youngest Hearts "Can a girl have an active
equipment taxed for the state's listed UA as the most popular Daughter Kept Auxil social life and still get good Ronald Reagan'sDaughter
new outdoor recreation program. foreign school among American marks in school?"
The Legislature levied the tax students, with the Sorbonne run. Bed With Cold ( one "My son hasn't the vaguest To WedLOS
to help acquire millions of acres nlng second. ( photo) idea of what he wants to do after
of land and prepare facilities for While English is the language WASHINGTON (AP) he graduates ... how can I help ANGELES (AP) Mau.
hunting fishing boating camp ident Johnson's youngest him make the right decision?" reen Elizabeth Reagan, 23,
more widely used at UA, Miss
ing swimming, and other out. DuBane must use Spanish in her er, Lucy Bathes 16, was Deadline for questions Is Monday daughter of actor Ronald Rea.
ed In bed with a cold tan and Ms former wife, Jane
door sports as part of Florida'soutdoor dally living outside of the school. February 10. All entries
Wym n obtained license Mon.
White a
A House ,
recreation program. She will probably master the Ian. Prize should be signed, and addressedto
day to Marine Lt. David
said
Lucy, a student at marry
After arguments against the Alan care of Naples
Foster
garage, as so many other American
G. Sills, 23 of San Clemente
Cathedral ,
School was ,
tax ended Monday Taylor said Senior High School. To qualify
students here do before
,
to her room while other Calif. They plan to be married
attorneys would be permitted her return home. for the prize of a rare living
five weeks to file briefs. He said Dr D. Ray Lindley, who resigned bars of her family greeted. Saturday.
he would rule in about two from the presidency of college editors at an
months. Texas Christian University to White House reception. was an I
The attorney general's office,take over the helm of UA, tells prize: County 4-H Members
defending the tax, presented no American students now attend. Unique Film State ,
witnesses and no arguments,ing this school: Florida
saying the defense would be in "The University of the Amerl.
the brief. cas is a small but significant To Be Shown a number In Fair Spotlight |
Two Miami swim suit manufacturers projecting a power.
am'A
challenged the tax,fill image of a free economy and a Here TonightA and na-
saying It has caused a loss In;free way of life." recent About 25 members of the col. County 4-H Club are making plans
business since It was levied last rams special ruling of t of three Her County 4-11 Club participatedIn to attend 4.H Club Day at the
July 1.Alex. Bahaman Trust permits along the Southwest Florida Fair Florida State Fair in Tampa.
Schneldman, president of showing here Jerry held last week In Fort Myera, The event is scheduled for Satur.
Allx of Miami, testified that his On Honor Roll a unique film on Tuesday nesting ( as entering In a variety of 4.H day February 10, and Whltesell
business fell off 60 per cent, or Lehigh projects said about 10 members of the
some $200,000.Sam At Howey Academy ingos of Gran Inagua He Is a For the first time, a team of local 4.H unit are planning to
cantor president of Trop HOWEY IN THE HILLS The film -- free to the 4-H-rs assisted County Agriculture attend.
ic Togs of Miami testified that Karen Williams of bars, $1.00 to !! Agent Don Lander and as.
Naples has
his business was down 25 per been of the Col ier County Amagan slstant Joe Whltesell setting up Lone range plans are in the
placed on the first semester
cent. He complained that the tax honor roll at Howey Academy, Society .. will be shown at the sum a display both. Members hada making for participation in the
was driving some of his heavy Dr C, A. Vaughn Jr., academy Woman's Club tonight 4-H display of vegetables In "District Events Day" for 4-H
buyers out of state where ,the headmaster announced' this o'clock by "Sandy" ( were the booth, a display planned by members at Camp Cloverleaf
| prices were cheaper. wfcefc. *'/< 1 e '' 11/< 4rh;'Sprum, research I \ ( Gallery's the County 4.11 Council, near Lake placid, Tho-affaJv Uaeuduled 'l
Others attacking the constitutionality Grades and Mark WMsnant Immokalee, : tor Mare""rM are awarded on a nu. of the National
of the tax were Jordan medical rather than letter basisat request showing a two-year old Angus petition la planned in public\
Marsh department Palm. The Bahamian bull show honors In tractor driving electrical .
: stores the Academy, Dr.Vaughn said, gallery won top peaking, ,
land Fashions and King Kale and to attain the honor roll distinction permitted the showing here January beef breeding stock competition. projects and various other
Inc.. all of Miami. a student must main. on condition that Sprunt nation Another Angus Bull, entered by demonstrations and activities,
Gordon Vickery of Jordan tain an overall average of .85 be In charge.Queen by It.. Major Whisnant won a second Whltesell said
Marsh said 25 per cent of the or above. lo place ribbon In Its class. I IAU

store's swim suits were play Located on the shore of Lake Frederika South Cathy Brown of Immokalee RM
suits and never went Into the in a blue ribbon with a brahma bull
Harris Central Florida,Howey
water. Academy is a nonprofit, coeducational Back In Greece entry and the four.month old
All of them contended that the college preparatory Is a one- Guernsey heifer entered by Ken NEW FROMIONYe
tax should be levied upon swim school for resident and day stu. ATHENS, Greece (AF) by Whlddon of Immokalee was a ac
ming equipment such as wouldbe dents. Ninety-five per cent of I Queen Frederika and Cor- another blue ribbon winner. This as ad
for slm L Princess Irene In the stock .
used skindiving or Its graduates continue their edu. :daughter entry dairy competition
lar sports rather than for swimsuits cation at the college level. turned from the United was a "first" for Collier
that they claimed were Miss Williams is the daughter ]Monday after a two.week County, Whltesell said. I.I c eM.M
wearing apparel. of Mr.and Mrs.Bert Williams.. :t flclal visit, cut short The Collier County live stock
the Cyprus crisis. judging team finished sixth In a d
field of 12 teams entered in the
I t I contest The live stock Judging 1M ,t I ITlPI

Clare Booth event was held on Thursday. RocorderoiG
As Other contestants in the fair, I
to displaying 4-H projects included
supper a honey exhibit by Bobby Blanch
r lr Model p.m. at and Larry Stevens of Marco}
1 f electrical: project by Carl Vonnoh >r

NEW!; TURK (AF) ;; the of Naples! poster on native trees .
Boothe Luce took dead aim of by Larry Butte of Naple-jj two
the 1964 crop of a dis insect collections by Kenneth
candidates today and Walker of Naples and Kenny
a platform to end Brown of Chokoloskee| poultry
platforms i theEast exhibits by Clyde Sullen and Al 742 5th Av*., So. I
It was strictly tongue in I; are Curry of Everglades, and Steve MI 2-4623
or dagger in cheek. this Comacho and Lawrence Petltt I
The former Republican !: meet of Marcol and a rabbit raising '
gresswoman and one time officers. project by Jimmy Wolf and# I S"E' D'E" I
bassador to Italy said In an Karen Roberts of Immokalee ,
6 tervlewr "I'd enter the Currently members of the
Hampshire primary in a ) ----- ........... --.

ute if I had a campaign J: Now 2 Locations To Serve You
ager, an organization and a I I a
litical
the program.base. *'I've certainly of NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER

GOVERNOR PARRIS BRYANT signs proclamation The prorram'1"I | will be I IN THE MOORINGSMI

designating the month of February u Roll Call month am for the 35 hour j Moose -J IIUDSuM 2-1227
for the Florida Nurses Association. Pictured with the without any Increase: in I Feeding
R.N. Director of costs ., with
Governor are Miss Vivian Duxbury, a
FNA and Mrs Salome W Kux R.N., Roll Call Chairman for"I favor a college adult >STYUST iAi
The Proclamation everyone regardless of under
of FNA District No 23, Tallahassee creed
or
pre entrance ]
signed in the Governors office, called for statewide gence quotas will
of the contribution made by Florida'snurses
recognition many "I am for lifting everyone
1
to the welfare and security of the Sunshine State. the social bottom. In fact, I KWIK CIIEK: SHOPPING CENTER Ml 2-S4S7 .
t to
and sovereignty of all at Clearwater While there .
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TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1964 STUDENTDISA6I people

., Editor. Collier County News: In our educational ys.

You Still Have Time To Vote j Mr.I Adolph am writing Kopen's In letter reply con-to tern.Concerning about Mr.the Kopen's Sta..

- cerning education printed In tements average college
on14Janliary.1964.My student, I most definite
Neapolitans still have time to vote if The day started off with rain, but It .: THE Interpretation NEWS of this letter ly disagree. The average :Allege .

> they have not already done so. The polls Is hoped that the weather will clear this 4 4 was that our educational system students with whom I tn

do not close until 7 p.m., and those afternoon. But even if the rain continues does not offer sufficient acquainted do not, "constantly

standing In line at that time will be per- throughout the day, that should not deter III1uLlrrnJ,44-( tradesman education becauseour Mantle dream orDrysdale.of becoming" and another do

mitted to cast ballots. voters from going to the polls. With the educators are, "lethargic"and and becauseour "play and perpetually have fun not
,
Four members of City Council and a voting machines being used, It takes onlya ,"complacent""educators have procrastinated and entertainment.;

mayor will be selected today. Since this few minutes to vote. Such short ex- the Improvement of our There are some college

Is one more than a majority of the seven posure to rain is not likely to ba harmful.We educational system to the pointof freshmen who do play and perpetually -
"- member council, It Is most Important that chaos." There was also have fun but few of
exercise their again urge all Neapolitans to a direct statement In the letter these students are around to
all eligible voters privi
In the selection of Vote As You Please But Please Vote % / + which said that the average graduate with their class Most
lege of participating iG xuvd ))1 college student, "Is little Interested college students go to schoolto
those who_will! have charge of the com- TODAY. ) In acquiring an education further their education so
munity affairs., ,feat ; 'i 11' Instead he devotes his that they will be better prepared

rr energy, efforts and talent to for the Increasingly difficult ,
.
I athletics and sporting events. years ahead.
The One And Only AttitudeA He dreams constantly of becom- College students today spend

r ing another Mantle or Drys- more time studying than ever
dale and that he attends before A
college degree j U
the Defense De- pressed their approval although regret- .. education -
short time ago college "not to get an becoming Increasingly more
partment closed 26 domestic Installa- ting the necessity of the closings. Their but to play and perpetually difficult to acquire. Quickly

tions in this country. They had become reaction can be summarized like this: have fun.' passing from the college com
I with Mr. Is the
beg to disagree pus college playboy.
obsolete, they no longer served a useful '"We cannot have our cake and eat Kopen on both the people 1 More and more institutions

purpose and represented a needless drainon It, too; we cannot demand reduced government think that he believes are res- of higher learning are playing
v ti $.'t
the taxpayers' money. expenditures and then howl likea improvements down athletics' Importance
In the days following, news media while putting more emphasisupon
banshee when an economy move ad- tem and with his direct state- academic achievemant.

recorded many cries of protest. Some versely affects our area'' :...... ... ments regarding the average Fewer colleges and unlverit-
came from affected business groups, ...
.. college student. les are offering athletic scholarships -
some from civic organizations, some from Let us all devoutly hope that this is ; ; l1IIa. One cannot blame our edu- than in the past. The

Congressmen of the regions concerned."But a correct appraisal. For, the attitude it ..; <;;;: $ cators for the lack of Improve chant of col'ege administratorshas

," says a publication of the Chamberof describes Is the only one which can make >lfpRR : ,,'- '. ements In our educational system become -- Build that la*

Commerce of the United States, "these needed possible, economies and bring in ebout, urgently .. ._,.,;...:n. t \:.' ";-h :'i y iiT-j'::.. .. :'f6 deep today.enough If into we the were problem to look, ball boratoryl gamel.I ).rather than Win that

adverse reactions were fewer than might government
would probably find that I that we dohavealackof
we agree
t be expected. in contrast, many business whether in* the defense complex or In ';. ." ";\ :::.;.;;;' : .: I lack of sufficient funds Is the tradesman schools and that:

i organizations in the areas affected ex- any other activity Today InWashington ,PASS PUN L A P cause. It Is up to our elec- they are vitally needed bUllet
CROSSWORD e t OVA.'V" ted officials who control these us not forget the role our educators

_ : In The Same Scales A R RADICAL funds to see that our educa- play In our educational II
5 IRE tional system receives the necessary system and the Importance of

From a lead editorial in the New In other words can't afford BY THEASSOCIATED ACROSS 29. Grot FEE RANGE Improvements. ThereIs colleges and their hard workIng :I
non-
we PRESS 1. 30. problem enough procuring students :
Paycheck E9
York Times: "Every Vice President Is a entities as Vice Presidential candidatesnor ""' 6. Flaunt shrub sufficient numbers of qualified
:. : ';f ,." j, ) : < SYSTEMS
potential President and should I be men whose only discernible asset is ," : { >. 12. Crown up 31. Put A.SHE. educators to work for the mea William J. Porter, Jr.
in the scales the 13. Cast out 32. Cull salaries which our state of Florida
weighed same as nom the assumption that they can attract cer- WASHINGTON (AP>-In the IAU < TALENT ger ( Naples )
inee for the Presidency. We hope that 14. Compact 33. ALA pays them to stan blaming these Wofford College. S.C.
tain groups of voters. We have ben news from Washington: 15. Stupefy 34, Indo- _,.,. ,. .,..
the Republicans In San Francisco and the WINDOW FOR IDEAS: Pres. 16. LAR RIAL '"'"" ';<<: w: : :' .',' ..... """ ".
In the when time and
lucky past, tragedy Tapestry arm'A B"r': ; : ::T'' 2
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Democrats in Atlantic City all will recog- ident Johnson has given Prince 18 Jap. family 36. Short ANY PATE : .. :

nize that ability, character and experience have brought men to the highest officeIn ton historian Job of channeling Eric F. "the Goldmanthe na.tlon' badge 38. OF YfSTERDAY'S PUZZLE _ m _ _ _ _ _ m.,
the world. It the 19. 42.
is time to remove Play
should count for more than personality, best thinking to the White
22. Peacock bean Wagnerian
House" 9. House TODAY IN HISTORY
j religion or place of residence in filling element of chance. The 48-year.old professor will butterflies 43. Shirk siding

the second place on their. tickets." serve as a part-time.coordina 23. Sesame 44. leer Free from 10. Bleak FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGOB
I W6t 4MtSAiMtMM'lUf* t House called a "wide-open win. 26. Atom Small garden Civil. War Centennial Committee
dow for Ideas." 28. Inclined 1. Stuff 17. Baton .
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The White House said Gold- from perpendicular 2. Soft Hatchet 19 Joyful
man "will help keep a continuous 3. Side Verge exclamation

I.ores flow of specific proposals, 20. Hornlike February 4 Governor Milton notifies Confederate

.... .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. general from approaches a. wide range and of opinions e*. f t* J f S 4 7' II I'" 11r 21.fibers Sightseer: var. General Pierre G. T. Beauregard of the deserter threats

I 1 J ... OPIMOH +< O::? Not'fie<7 irlcl t went.peru;".fr6'*| 'epiWSiae I.w :.t).>e' .govenlj' "jf\* r Ii j !l' -tr t IJ. .; ,23 school,Sanikrtt hI the, lift;pSnibiTty!jtlej t hai or.'Becoming tided'ta'tetnain"ut'Tallahuaeer6ktdId a' prisoner or' i casualtyof

% I. /s 25. Zealand the.'.!eserten.
Anyone who thinks education Is compulsory
does not bave many children In RANGER: A special board : : l 6 17I /e vine A boat from the U.S. schooner Be'flrtl"lent to
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has been
named to try to learn
Tricks 26. Boss
of History
school. the and for
Jupiter Inlet to examine narrows vicinity
CLINTON (N.Y.) Cot'RIDt why Ranger 0 failed to send 1 11 11 I' sIT 27. Moisture In
Scholars often try to find a logicalTea back pictures of the moon's surf 0 r drops blockade runners, this evening captured the Confederateboat
pattern In every facet of the past. Too Can't Have face Sunday. zr .21U 17I' 29. Kind of Lyiit which was on her way down to the Inlet from
little credit Is given to accident, the unexpected Everything At stake, the U.s. space agen. bean Sand Point. She was bound for Nassau with a cargo consisting
I such as the heavy storm which The main complaint of the new low- cy laid, Is "the future course of 31. Buzzing of two bales cotton and five barrels turpentine.
made It Impossible for the British to reinpriced government housing is that there's action" In the entire Ranger sound
force Cornwallls at Yorktown. not enough parking space for the shiny program which has had six : l'" J' IU 33. Retired Union General Gillmore has today ordered Brigadier
-THK: SACRAMENTO (CALIF.) BES new automobiles. straight breakdowns. 343i" Jk : 34. Parched General Truman Seymour to begin embarking his troops
-Dm CREEK PILOT, ROLLING FORK:, Miss. Although officials say the ::0 j 35. Part of a and to leave at once for the rendezvous at the mouth of
Ranger struck the moon righton it J, I Q IF I church the St. Johns River
target Its television system
:37
failed during the final minutesof 42 <4J 39. Person Bombyx In a letter to General Beauregard, commanding the
aiders the .
: say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS night.MESSAGES J 4Por $ 40. Holland Confederate Department of South Carolina Georgia and
I : President John 014 commune/ Florida, Governor Milton states that "a large proportion,

l Consider the Nonsmoker son may send two messages to time 28 min. 4' a..."..,,.". 41 Stitch if not a majority of the citizens of West Florida are represented -

.. Congress this week-on health -, to be disloyal."
no u Lllr-mladed person would deny Dies, oars, many meeting places ana and on problems of consumers
t the Individual his right to smoke if k. auditoriums, in offices and clubs.
chooses.: Most public facilities now cater to*
the smoker. The fellow who dia-
poor
But while the smoker's freedom to 4
likes PET DOCTOR
thejmell of tobacco fumes or is
puff is protojed, what about the jwn- trying 4 the habit has no refuge.
Jreak I Iy A.W. M.n.". OV.M TODA Y'S BEST OPPORTUNITY
\ smoker wHrninds! himself suffocated by Yet the air in a smoky room is not
other peoples' pipe, cigar: and clfaret only unpleasant and annoying to the
fumes nonsmoker-It is polluted. .

The old, gracious days when ladles The only way to safeguard the free ,;.: ,'} ., .; \
didn't smoke at all and no gentleman dom of both smokers and nonsmokers to: ".;.. "'.'> -l<_ (
would klnfto tobacco without asking 1s for to smokers let aside, by law, special areas < >, ..: "'... .

leave, are gone forever. So are most of Where separate quarters are not feasible .' '
the restrictions on smoking In public it would seem only fair to ask the Csulf'of 1Aanko r .' roar wars" IfttICH x
placet. puffers to desist, smoke in a washroomor \ \ ;'- 1 -:'tc"U' '
Many a restaurant meal has been stick their heads out of a window. IuPpa MS1.. )
iU"O. ....., _
ruined because some thoughtless person Smoking II not permitted in movie >, sONRA st.tGt "t, e;;7 .a. rNAPIES'
at a nearby table lighted! up a foul- theatres (Are regulations) and even the
smelling stogie. most rabid tobacco addicts: seem to be
Smoking permitted on buses, trains able to adjust to that.-The Province nu.u w.u .

and planes, In waiting rooms, hotel lob- Vancouver B.C.) a as.ua tatty e ,,,,. WU 0Soso

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Television News _
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"Touring the last two years, television has become the public's Q. What) it kennel cough? SPRINGS s C011 e'um
B. C. Canada .
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Mrs. E. Dunlop warn.
major source of news, states the Television Information Office.

This claim is based on a recent survey by Elmo Roper{ and Associates A. Kennel cough It coughing
in which 1,499 interviews were conducted and m answer to the cauied by an Inflammation/ ol the fro
CHOICE ACREAGE WATERFRONT
question: "Where do you get most of your news about what's goingon chta or windpipe, and li highly eontagiovt PROPERTIES -
in the world today?" 55% named television and 53% named It it couted by on unidentified'
offered
newspapers. organum During the pined of inlet In parcels of forty or more acres are being several parcels on either Estero River or Ostego

There are 1,760 in this with almost 60- lion It II l but, to noloio the dog Your for sale in Lee County midway between
daily newspapers country veterinarian will, p.crob.medcotlonl, Bay directly across from the new Causeway under
000,000 daily subscribers. On this basis of less than one interview
per
lo curb th''Ymptom. ondelimmolethepoiubillty
and .half-thousandths of of Naples and Fort Myers. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort
paper a sample of two-and-one one percent ol a lecondary Infection.Whilt / Myers Beach and Bonita

daily newspaper buyers we are expected to have an accurate picture of the coughing will, teem to indi- the fastest growing areas in Southwest Florida! Beach.
where the American public gets its news. cat"* thai the dog u ocutoly, in moil

In answer to that same question radio was named by 29%, coiti Iho dill," teeny/ mild, Never
4 That adds to theleit, bo sure you ho.. him, worn I
magazines by 6% and "talking to people" % up ,
147%. Just to explain how confused people were by the question, Inod dillroil, and vie medication to Lose hit

a Roper footnote states: "These figures add up to more than 100% >" INLAND PROPERTIES PROPERTY
DESCRIPTION
because some people named more than one medium as the source -

of 'most' of their news." It would appear that on the average about the Atlantic Coastline Railroad touches or runs t0'TO\\1UIhlp,,) and cc soatk Range IS Lard 8erUols S1 (Fractional
half of the respondents named two. Perhaps they didn't quite COLLIER COUNTY NEWS .hlp n bUll II ,acres adJanont to .tCL RR In Iec'UoIII3. T W1I'
Rup IS
three of these The Ta-niami! Trailis Mt Ei"-&C'uOII a (Ocw't Lota I, I a r:
understand what was meant by "news. Published dilly omcept Monday through parcels. 01 8E% a saki 01 SE%
end Saturday In the attarnoun by 01 ) hUola (II .1 8Z!, Sad
Tucked in to the Roper questions about news sources, tho Collior, County Putalnhma Co CuuntJ Road) 8eetIott E l9k( day erasof V.1.41)) seceioa
,. another A paved county It (Ntk) IInrtJoa
Inc 741 Twelfth Street South N adjacent to parcel. 11 (an
believability, lack of believability etc., is one that asks: "Supposeyou pun Flu.. JJ940! Mail .dd.... P 0. .t 8\\1.4' South and Nod except 01 It acres! ) IedSoa 17 (portion

could continue to have only one of the following radio, Bon T.I.phon.131, Midway" 22107 for all road runs through parcels in two sections. NEi!. Eut of County Steed: si Spin ce N Creek a M; NyN Ny, aM of ay3 d of

television newspapers or magazines--which one of the four would department. . N1k(portIoa) barrios 01 1\'W Ja!%(Ocw't and %IDta Syt oil,, all a< I a q sectloa ZI
!
you most want to keep?" Was this supposed to be related to the Subscription' R.,.. Srreun n (Wyj and 8E'4 5yt' ) of IInrtIoIt IE IIoaIJa a< IIprtllc (Reeq
n and
subject of news presentation? Or, since more than 90% of televisionis Id."c..y carrier. or "mail "payable In FOR FURTHER INFORMATION NL'i py h.) hUott II (all) Section n (ZY,(portion of<< zy W ud aWt ZIS: art

pure entertainment, did the respondent think of that? Naturally, On car IIS. sea Month 17.SO,

television came out on top in the answers. We're surprised the Three Mmb Month of Th 13.75.* Auociated Pr..., SEE YOUR BROKER or Contact
question didn't include moving pictures. .which I is entitled .cluiivly' to thous I
lor rapublicolion' of all local
Believability? n.. ...* Item printed. In this' paper a* POINCIANA LAND CORPORATION, P.O. Box 1557. NAPLES FLORIDA
l well ." oil AP new dmpatchet, o Phone Ml 25163:414il'
Two-and-one-half-thousandths of one I 111 I I
percent Entered ** second clat matter at
t the Poet Otfiee at N.pI.., Florida,
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City Presumed StolenSeniors 82 Players in"Match Tuesday February 4. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Shad

no apologies to make for and Mrs. Sam Leader with their

Y their second position with 153. 148.5 third. Mr. and Mrs John

Discover Duplicate 5. Ed La Cagnin and Frank MacDonald 132.5; fourth Mr.
CourtMunicipal Otte scored third with 134.6; and Mrs. George Miller 131.6;
,4 Mr. and Mrs.Louls Irion fourth. Mrs. Frances Martin and Mrs.
Again at last Friday night's and Mrs. Howard Johnson 123. John Faill,123.
presided Judge Thomas Their Flag Is Gone game the Naples Duplicate fourth 122-1/2. Also above East-west had Mr. and Mrs. The next game will be 7:30

Brown tine Court over a rou- Bridge Club greeted two new average of 108 In this 10 table Tom BoulJln scoring a solid p.m. Friday February 7, at
City session that couples from far off places. section which played 27 boards 153.5 but were pushed by Mr. the Woman's Clod
lasted an hour Monday morn- rs from the Empire state who Mr. and Mrs. William Fernald were Mrs. Frank OtteandMrs.

Ing.Jerry to the front singing found Naples a more desirable Harry Liner at 11'7.In .
Ellis Stewart, 21, of Sidewalk of New York." OVA
place at this time of the year east-west positions Carl
2516 Van A motion picture "River Bus.
Buren. was orderedto furnished by the S. F. I than St. Cloud Minn., and Mr. Luedders and Mrs. Gene Mc-
pay $50 fine after he was studios featured the en. and Mrs. Lewis Yates of Roanoke Adams took top honors with a

found guilty of willful and wanton after the singing ses. Va., proved by their pre- good margin at 13112. The
reckless driving. The charge had been concluded. It con. sence that they agreed with the next four pairs were fairly
grew out of testimony heardIn of striking photographs of Fernalds. closely bunched with Mr and
the January 6 case of Porter the rapids of the A special welcome was givento Mrs. F.W Hopkins second at UMCHIONS StRVED tV Y DAY FROM It AM-f Mtyf
Palmer Potter, who was char- and Salmon rivers In Mon John and
Lowe now residing on 114 Mr. Mrs. Myron Boyd HtfoA
ged with driving while intoxica- and Northern Idaho. 11th Avenue South,after an absence third. 112( Mr. and Mrs fiili*

ted.Potter of two years in Fort Charles H. Carr. fifth, 110. ) YM tUlM In Ovr CmfKtiUt Dininf lUerat
was found not guilty, POETRY CONTEST Luaderdale. anJ Mrs June Haschka and
after Stewart testified that he The recently-announced plan A total of 82 players piay- Mrs. Jeannette Craig 108.
have contest
a poetry appa.
was the driver of the car, and has developed so much In- ed at 20-1/2 tables participating There was an unusual distribution WEDNESDAY LUNCHEON
Potter was a passenger. In two sections. Doth of winners losersin
that Earl Fritsch, In CRESTED versus Soup De Jour
Stewart entered a not guilty plea has decided It will take -Rtnalnanet sections had Interesting boards this section. NorthSouthhad
Stuffed
to the reckless driving charge time to adjudge the winners Hat" composed entirely of and as several players remarked five above average and Bl| Pepper

Monday. first believed. For that rea. hair and crtpttd by hairstylist "some extremely aggravating five below and east-west had Spaghetti wTth Meal Sauce
he announced that all verse Enny ef Italy, tails off with l i ones." the same distribution. C Snow Flake Polaloes,
IT'S THE LAW be submitted by March iwlrl of hair over a shoulder
Mr. and Mrs. George Section B consisted of 10-
0 Hollered Mixed
The State of Florida requires Instead of April 6, as first on the model In New York,
Bradbury in north-south posi- 1/2 tables 27 boards
playing '. ,. $$1 00.hbl
win.
The winner or \ or
a
person employed In the tion of section A, scored top with scores adjusted. to 121.5 I
18
will be announced April
Cole Flan
state to have a Florida driver's May Suppress honors In that position with their average.
license if they are to drive at originally planned. 135-1/2 Hread huller CoffeeOld
Treasurer William Kollmeyer points. However, the The CJ. McMurrys topped
all. Many newcomers to the members that there was Harry Bauers with 131 kept this section with a score of
state are not aware of this requirement In the club's treasury pushing to take second posi- 162.5. a score that made Carter
Monday's heavy collection Marina StoryIn tion; Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Harrall remark: "That's a N *, tffUi nVCvrt *Mi Service Of iajecleJlmertwue

Robert A. Akey. 27, of 1055 said he was still having Van Antwerp third 125j; Mr.England's whopper". The Harry Peters te 6wf lu ineii ,feeple Witt* :lmlte41)) )" *l
Eighth Street South testified In He now finds himself .
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court Monday that he did not : two thumbs" Instead of
know of this law He Is em- because a granddaughter was J JFK ProbeWASHINGTON Queen

ployed at the Bonita Springs him for the season. Mother Cuts Trip
(AP) The
under
Rehearsals
are way,
dog track. Akey said he was told for the elaborate secretly given testimony of
Fashioned Southern
Due To Hospitality
Operation
under the Impression that he
; to be put on next Monday. Mrs. Marina Oswald on events
would have to surrender his day, It Is to be preceding the assassination of LONDON (AP>-Queen Moth.er .
out-of-state driver's license If President John F. Kennedy Elizabeth underwent a sue ENJOY 15 DELUXE DINNERS
he got a Florida license, and "may not be released In your cessful emergency appendecto.my .
he Intended to return to his lifetime," Chief Justice Earl today which forced her to
home in the north this spring. Trooper On Warren has disclosed. cancel a 30,000-mlle trip to Can.
l City Attorney David Spingle r investigating Warren! said commission the presidential whichhe ad.. Australia and New Zea. FOR $ TOUR

said the statute provides that Issue statement land. 5
heads will a
.' the out-of-state license does not when it Sir Arthur Porrltt, the royal
perhaps Wednesday ONLY MEMBERSHIPYOUR
said the operation on
Stand
surgeon
In
have to be surrendered if theperson finishes questioning its first the 63.year.old mother of Brit.
: tells the licensing officer witness, the slim and pretty wld- aln's reigning queen, lasted
that he Intends to leave ow of Lee Harvey Oswald.
about halt an hour.
f Florida in the future. She goes before the commission "
again near The queen mother Is very
Hoffa Case "I don't know -
Akey was given a suspended again today. the commis.slon's well," Porrltt told newsmen,
So how newsworthy" "but she will not receive any ,
sentence. was
Henry CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AJA statement will be, War. e?
Vernon Maus, 21, of 2697 Pine state trooper testified to. ren told reporters. He added visitors today." Southwest Florida Tour '
Dining
Stricken with acute pain aft.
who also was charged with having he failed to report an offer that If It contains Information
no valid Florida license. a promotion by a Teamsters affecting national security, it er church Sunday, the queen
James Leroy Smith 23, Naples official while his wife may be suppressed for decades mother was taken to the King Coupon Book Entitles You To
Edward Hospital for Officers In t
Hotel was ordered to pay on James R. Hoffa's 1962 -"and I say that seriously." s
$15 fine after he pleaded guiltyto trial Jury. He said This suggested that the com. London Monday night '
She had been scheduled to 15 Complete Deluxe Dinners
failure to have car under con- was a mistake. mission Intends to explore as leave on her six-week tour Fri. ii
trol. Sentence was suspendedon Under defense questioning thoroughly as possible through I "
James M. Paschal Mrs. Oswald and other witness. day.A Of The House"
charges of leaving the scene woman of matronly charm, "Compliments
W. E. Hopton, assistant delicate such
subjects as
e ,
and having no valid license. the queen mother holds high
safety commissioner, told Oswald's 1959 visit to Russia
Isaac William Parrish 33, when his wife was seated his unsuccessful efforts to de., place in the British public's af. At 15 Of The Finest

McDonald Quarters pleaded the jury, "I might be ap feet to the Soviet Union and his fectlon.
guilty to. assault and batteryand and to be prepared attempts, on a Mexican visitlast CALL THE NEWS FOR Restaurants and Night Clubs )
was sentenced to 14 daysIn It." He gave no Indication September, to obtain visas RUBBER
8TAMI)8OPEN
Jail. He did not challengethe Hopton warned him. for Russia or Cuba. In This Area !!
arresting officers testimonythat "I didn't call him," said

Parrish knocked one per- of Woodbury, Tenn. EVERY NIGHT

son against,kitchen stove and di didn't gashed another with a knife. have." I

"I wasn't trying to hurt anybody Paschal said he first ; : to r MS Complete IVItiui u,,,,,". O.wnpllmrnln. of the lieu's." for only a IS Tour
," Parrish told the judge. Interviewed by government Membership. (Actual Fond 'attic Over |1!I).
Edna Wilson Koch. 48. Naples I "the day my wife was ri was fined a total of $40 HOURS'b from the lurv." TV Stereo (has fabulous plan. I I. IncllnpnUhlf M II mnlNvrlv[ Inducra inure and more of the, .hotter rUM'
for and Paschal testified Monday local rltlww and tlnltnr lo dine nut often! (toil actually dine mil for .less limn It rosin tlfC'1I..k
speeding running a stop Ewing King, then presl. Books/ RccordH and rat at .hoim). To the Infrequent diner IhoMi qnallli rrHlmiranU' am eager In show
sign. At first, she was not In of the Nashville Team. you and your. 'family or guest what a rswllnuingwlrasure|. "dining-out" ran '-to thaw tniirroru
court, and a bench warrant was "'tonvNl to "dlnlnf-outM Nit not too familiar with ark sal these. fin ralalillnhniraUthry _
ordered. She showed up a few local had met him three =Song &; Shop would Ilk. to Introduce' their. eviflbiit ruUlmauncrn' MTV.I-C, and UM'Ir mnitiirlablflluturiiMia .
earlier
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near almo* >hrr whlrh floe rfirl .
minutes later.Raymond | prmUVn po' wiring fur true rn> )nw offered a promotion If he know thai you will not only' .brume fair best ruMonw but their must enthu.lstlelaastrr '
Lee Hancock 21, speak to his wife.\ one. thry'vi had the |.|pn..urc *>f serving' )HI. You see. Inn iwlauntnt deer mil ,IONMnwMiry
East Naples,was ordered to pay hrrauno. Inn. place. I I. tilled In r.|,arlty or halt empty. The COST ol the "coniplInK. 'n-
$25 fine on a speeding charge. tary" dinner la venture. OFF u a normal advertising r*| . a Irglflmato' TAX drdurtlnnw
John Calvin Wright of Miami ,- you are. the rmtaurant benefit and you profit, Inn, by the compllnwnlary, dlniM' >ra. II'.
a M simple a, thai t I I
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Freddie Lee Kllllngworth of / \wrrhasr of a dinner at equal' value aa .|.....11I..... You grt two dinner for the prlr ot eon!
Natchez Miss., forfeited $25 Nc"' lurk Sleek, MM Mlgmm: 1'rinif HIM, T.now, (hl< krn a la C'arrlalore, Hhla KN B..b,
bond for no valid driver's lic- Ijmagni, rb*.! Mriierrmlf' 'AI..r l Tallral. Hialkiplna. I'ortfrlKNiHx Mrak. etc, the
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against James ElfordClary, I
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Chalmers of Copeland Ad !ison rapldh rornerlnc. Ibis arra'a "dlnt.'I"I"' trade. On of the" rraonm for this (ixpularlty, andMiMfM
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BY DAVID LYON 34. Naples scored seven While Bowen rested on the llmlnarv game Saturday,buuhe a strong game under the boards

VENICE -+ Naples High straight points late in the bench for the last two min- tall, undefeated Kaydet jayveesheld for Naples, besides scoring 20 Fla. (AP) The Or.

School's basketball team stayed third quarter to take a 41- utes of the first half Naples' on for a 60-46 decision. points. Tom Bernard had 12, . . . . . . . . ange Bowl Committee wUl !go
calm under pressure and 40 lead. Many Bowen was 26-17 lead vanished, and It was Naples trailed. 16-4 after the Ed Stoner seven. Frank into the open market for opponents

pulled out a 61-54 triumph over fouled while driving in for a all tied at the horn, 28-28. first quarter, but kept pace with Townsend five, and Mike for the annual New Year's
Institute's shot, and he sank both free "Saved by the bell," Lorentzson the winners for the last COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday February 4, 1964 Day football game in an effortto
Kentucky
Military attract a bigger national audi
throws. Then Bowen came
remarked afterward. periods.
Kaydets It was Saturday the first night.game between back to take a feed pass from Naples hit 36.1 per centfromthe Randy Harris turned ence.The committee announced

the Eagles and KaydetsIn Bill Morton for a bucket.Steve field, about six per cent Skater Wins U.S. First Monday It was ending its 11.
Clark in a foul shot, then
put better than the
history, and the setting was season aver- year.old contract which called
KMTs gymnasium which once Clark fed Morton, who was unguarded KMI took several more '''''::: for the Big Eight Conference to

was a garage before the roof for a second, and the sots, hoping to beat the Eag- provide one team for the game.
was raised and a basketball sophomore guard put home a les' zone defense with dead- .- : Gold Medal At OlympicsINNSBRUCK Committee president Ben Pen.

floor installed. Adding further n-footer to boost the Eaglesin ly outside shooting. Lagenaurand Jam In said "it was the hope of
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atmosphere to the occasion was front. Fred Toncray hit, but not : spunky Jean Saubert of Lake. the Orange Bowl Committee that
Austria
AP}-
hit from out- ( all sections of our country would
Roy Laeenaur
a of KMI Kay frequently enough. view Ore. in the ladies' giant
hollering corps side for the but David .c McDermott, a barber thereby become eligible for our
Kaydets
dets in the stands,whose cheer Clark and Bowen did their Essexv le. Mich., cracked slalom and slalom on the skiing bowl."
ing and foot-stomping failedto Pease put in a rebound Just usual good Jobs under the '" jjk ,' Soviet Union's long-time slopes of Lizum Valley. The committee and the Big
before the ho mending the quarter boards and PeaseBersonandMorton ana Earlier a skiing marksman
bring their team a victory. skating! monopoly Eight's executive director,
KMTs record now is 2-9. which ended with the Eag- also picked off some the first gold medal for the from the Soviet Union, Vladimir Wayne Duke, agreed their relationship .
Coach Andy Lorentzson's les out from, 43-42. They timely rebounds for Naples. States with a 500.meter Melanin, won the tough biathlon had been pleasant and
Eagles balanced their season quickly expanded the lead In Coach Jerry Howell's "B" today in the ninth Win test and Germans dominatedboth said no hard feelings resulted
the men's and women's individual *
record at 6-6 by beating the the fourth period. team played perhaps its best Olympic Games. events In tobogganing, from the decision.
Bowen continued his assaulton In the The 23.year.old former Michi Big Eight teams have won seven
Kaydets. It was a well game of the season pre- _. : event.
the of the basket by scoring once Tech student, who clips a new Olympic of 11 games during the con.
played comest on part the IS.yearold
rebound drive .. "''''' and shaves customers In Also, Scotty Allen, tract including last New Year's
on a once on a TilE SCORING .. 4 ,
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both sides, with fouling keptat w' schoolboy from Smoke
and once on a feed to give :: dad's barber shop, trimmed Day victory by Nebraska over
In
Referees Bill! held fourth place
a mlnurnum. Rise, NJ.
Naples a 49-43 advantage.Buzz NAPLES FG FT TP enth of a second off the Auburn.
the men's skating competition
Smith and Winsett called figure
Ralph
record by flashing the Off the strength of a new tele
Berson took over,scoring three Pease _.3-a 0.2 6 contested and
still being ,
only 13 personals in the second \.9t' yards in 40.1 seconds. vision contract for $300,000 an.
free throws and three more Bowen ___7-14 2-4 16 Monty Hoyt of Denver remained
half, and only three of The record had been set at nually over the next three years
points on a layup and foul shot.Berson's Clark ___6-14 7.10 19 among the leading contenders.The .
them against the Eagles. ;.y"t Italy, in 1956 by the So. medal and the possibility of resealing
with two
"We looked for the most part three-point playcamewith Berson _4-13 5.7 13 Union's Eugeny Crlshnln, Russians, tickets, the Orange Bowl hopes
2:40 left and it made the in the biathlon and two silvers
Morton -2-5 3-5 7 finished in a triple tie for 'next
like we knew what we were to offer year's teams about
: in the 500 meter speed
doing out there" Lorentzson score 5647. Koch _0-1 0-2 0 : ; : with another Russian, tie boosted- their totalto $210,000 for their services Only
Time was on Naples' side Y., Orlov, and Alv Gjest. skating the Rose Bowl payoff is greater.
commented after the game. than twice that of
thereafter, and Clark made a '1-'" .',. of Norway, all clocked In 19 more Television rights were bougnt
all showed /flashesof with 8.
"The boys TOTALS 22-61 17.30 61 second place Germany,
free throw and Morton free the National Broadcasting
the kind of ball that they two 40.6.McDermott Just when it seemed as if the by
shots. outsped 43 skaters Co., which said It did not care
f'G FT TP United States would be shut out
are capable of playing.. KY. MIL'Y
in the Bowl
Bowen took a from 19 countries giving whether the Orange kept a
pass of first in the Games
places
4
Hepler 2-4 0.0 any
States Its first speed conference tie-up or not.
TEAM WORK Morton and scored on a base- Wallt'r 4.12 1\.7\ 13 R I D EAR 0 L L E medal since 1952, when McDermott uncorked a superb The 29-year-old Orange Bowl
line drive to make It 61-49. race to overtake the three lead.
The coach was most pleasedat McGowan 2-12 3.4 7 rolling breaker off C Henry won the 500. continued its contract with the
KMI scored the last five
the team's functioning as a pointsof Lagenaur 7-25 3-3 17 Australia Btach'c big The medal was the third for ers.Eddie Rudolph of No.thbrook, Big Eight after dropping the At.
the game as time ran out. United States with a silver lantic Coast Conference in 1959.
unit Saturday night The Eagles Cooke 0-2 0-0 0 HI., knowing he had to do 40.6
a bronze won previously by The will be played at night
worked together better than MINOR INJURY Tonrray 4-17 0-0 8 or better to stand any chanceof game
for the first time.
next
in any previous game. Other Bowen scored 14 of his 16 McCray 1-2 0-0 2 UCLA T a medal only Just missedIt. year
bright spots were the lack of points in the second half. The Prewitt 0-1 0-1 0 Finley To !Meet He was clocked in 40.9.

needless fouling, improved rugged junior forward turned Sharpe 1-3 1,1 3 City Officials Tom Grty of Bloomington, Harness Races
and improvement his ankle the other American entrant, did
field-goal accuracy two minutes before
Leads At Pompano
in bringing the ball halftime, but it was only a momentary TOTALS _21.78 12-16 54 Again Thursday 41.5.The Germans finished 12.3 in Open ,
downcoun against a full-court injury That was a good First In Florida
Unbeaten UCLA, only KANSAS CITY (AP-Charles the men's tObog&aning-known
press. thing for the Eagles, as It Naples __ .a 14 15 18-61 college basketball team : Finley wUl meet with city offk as luge In Europe-and 1.2 In POMPANO BEACH (AP) -
Trailing by six points, 40- turned out. KMI __J3 15 14, 1254I perfect record, remained again Thursday but there the women's, with the bronze Harness racing begins at Pom.
No. 1 position today in the no Indication whether it will medal going to Austria. pano Park tonight and officials
ly Associated Press poll. any break In the long The luge is a small sled, little expect some 15,000 persons for
The UCLA Bruins drew 43 over a stadium lease more than a wooden plank and the first such program ever heldIn
place votes among the 49 his Kansas City Athletics. two iron runners, on which European south Florida
I by the panel of the The American League ordered children slide down snowbanks The sparkling new plant, 35
sports writers and to sign a lease by Feb. miles north of Miami, has grand
The alx other writers or face expulsion after reject. The Olympic luge track for stand seats for 5,050 although
them second. by a 91 vote his bid to move men measures 1,100 yards with only four of the seven levels
/ / S. $ Defeats of Davidson, club to Louisville Jan. 16. 18 tricky, hairpin bends. An un. have been completed in a crash
bUt and Depaul shook ,I league later extended the seasonal thaw made the track construction program that began
Top Ten but nobody to Feb. 15. almost unusable Monday but an last August
knocked out. Davidson City Manager Carleton F. overnight freeze made it light Frederick L. Van Lennep,
from third to fifth after i said Finley In a ning fast.Thomas. owner of the plant,_ expects to
guarantees you agreener its first game to We t call from Chicago Koehler of Germany, complete the stands and other
75.73. VanderbUt tumbled ) I didn't say whether he a 23.year.old student, won the additions, Including a museum,
fifth to eighth after make any new proposals men's individual tobogganing title after the 46-night meeting endsIn
Auburn 81.63. Depaul : :! the meeting. Sharpe set the by sweeping down the course late March He plans a 90.

one rung to 10th after I I for 0 a.m.CST.I four ttraes In A'I14tef 6.77dtteammate night season 1964,65..,"
weed free'rlawn LouUvilU. 43.79.Michigan ,., ,. ( ) ; ]I Last week .A meeting..,/widedI -i L1 ", FommDanoParkirepreaenls: an*
remained In :I Finley and the city farther His Klaus Michael Investment of about $5'.5: million
place by boosting Its I ) than ever. The city stood Bonsack, a locksmith, regls. and climaxes 10 years of effortto
l 15-1 with a 95.79 romp ]I In its contention a four. tered 3:27.04, with the best time bring harness racing to south
Michigan State. UCLA, I pact is needed to stabilize of all on his final run of 52.42 Florida.
,E this spring. rolled over the Santa troubled franchise and end seconds. Hans plenk made it a Van Lennep got his permit for
threats of the clubleav. sweep in 3:30.15. the Pompano Park track by pur.

the city The women's luge title went chasing the Key West Kennel
Finley insisted he would risk to Ortun Enderlein, 24.year.oldEast Club. Broward County voters favored .
f by signing a lease German factory worker, the track and state
or your 1 money I back.1That's more than two years. But who shot down the course four Legislature approved the move
f'6 rejected the city's offer to In. times in a total of 3 minutes, north.
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a clause in the lease per. 24.67.

milting him to leave if threat. Ilse Galsler, a teammate, was A TEAM TO BEAT

by bankruptcy. second in 3:27.42 followed by He. BOWLING GREEN, Ky (AP) -,
lene Thurner, a 25.year.old Aus. western Kentucky has either
McDevitt Joins trian housemaid, in 3:29.06. shared or won the Ohio Valley
The lone U.S. entry, Dorothy Conference championship 11
i Hirschland of Closert,N.J.,with times In the 15-year history of
i Select Circle; drew after the first run. the league.


Sinks Tee Shot LaBelle At Everglades

Bill l McDevitt,pro at The Moor.
Golf and Country Club, has
that envied circle of got Eagles Play Host

how sure we arc of what Scotts amazing BONUS boasting the perfect shot,

can do for your lawn no matter how rundown it maybe hole.1noOne.McDevitt who started his golf..

now career at the age of nine, To Indians Tonight
who has been a professional
about six years, has been -

BONUS* weeds as it feeds trying for the perfect shot for Naples High School's basket Jerry Rutledge at guards.Thomas

than 20 years. ball team meets Immokalee here is a junior, Rutledge a sopno.
He shot into the limelight this
at 8:00 tonight, with the Eagles more, and the rest seniors

All you do is spread Trionized BONUS on your lawn this No.past 9 week at the by scoring Moorings an, ace a hole on hoping to make it two.for.twoover Rutledge leads the team in
the Indians this season scoring with 93 points, and Pol.
weekend. It goes right to work, giving grass a sustained which used plays two-wood about from 235 the yards.tee. Naples defeated Immokalee bya lock has 91, Driver 83, Thomas
:Je a
slim 54-49 margin In a 79, and Williams 53.
gameat
feeding the kind that develops sturdy roots and a
Immokalee before Christmas Everglades, which rolled over
greener, thicker lawn. Inland Waterway Tonight's "B" team preliminary Fort Myers junior High's Rip.
pies at home Saturday night
begins at 6:30.Immokalee ,
The Trip Is PlannedBy is capable of sur. runs into stiffer competition tonight

And before long weeds start to disappear. New weeds Cruise Club prising favored opponents. On when the Gators play host
Friday night they deflated ambUtlous to LaBelle. Coach Phil Lar.
never get started. Then one day you notice they've prac- ((11 overall diag. ) Fifty persons attended the covered Moore Haven, 50.46, in a son's Gators lost to LaBelle,

tically become a thing of the past. dish dinner at the Naples thriller that could decide the 70.65, In the finals of the conference
Exciting new Cruise Club picnic grounds Sun. Everglades Conference chain mid-season tournamentat
< picture power per day afternoon at Little Marco plonshlp. In January, Coach LaBelle last month.
You must be satisfied will refund Pass. Frank Pelham's Indians took care jack Davis led the way with
or we your money( ,. volts picture power.
,- ..,. Next Sunday morning membersof of Alva, 3241, in another upset. 21 points as the Gators knockedoff
.... .., lar affords greater the Cruise Club will meetat The Indians. would like to Improve the Ripples, 83.43, on Satur.
channel numerals, 9 ajn. at the Naples City on their present 4.6 record. day. Davis had 24 against Miami
Retractable i Dock and leave for a cruise They stand 4.3 in conferenceplay High Jayvees the previous night.
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speaker through the inland waterway, it tonight's game of course Adding to the Saturday scoringwere
large bag 1 13w., 9 T II"d. Pt I10 announced yesterday will not affect their league Junior Ballard with 15

; Red, .P1113;Sungold standing. points, Butch Hughes 12, Char.
With Silver-Golden Manager Yogi Berra 01( the pelham is expected to start lie Goff and Danny Smith 10 each,
5.95 a af' .1 Yankees hit 12 home run in Bill Driver and Harley Thomasat W lard Wooten five, David Bar.
World Serif garnet. Five of them forwards, Julian Williams at ton and peter Weeks four each,

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January county real estate MOORINGS 47, Rge 29, $6,500} Huenefeld Lauderdale, parcel In Sec 18,

transactions closedoutwfthgJes Moorings Dev., Co.,of Canada, Furniture Co., Inc., to DonaldC. Twp 51, Rge 33, $1,000 Caluaa

reaching $494,050 in the final Ltd., to T. and Eva B. Green, and Colleen Johnson Bryan, Ranch, Inc., to John W. and RuthR.

procission period. Salts for the Huntington W. Vs., Lot 32,Blk 3, Ohio, parcel in Sec 13, Twp Fuller, Longmeadow Mass.,

month totaled $2,812,755. Unit 3, The Moorings, $8,500 48, Rge 25, $1,300 Huenefeld 51, Rge 31, $3,000 Wheaton Industries .

A total of 135 separate trans The City of Naples to the pine Furniture Co., to Maynard and inc., to Arthur K. and
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USE THE / DEADLINE 10 A..M. Day Prior Midway actions were reported for thecurrent Company, Naples, parcel in Naples alary Brown Jr.Deflance.Ohio, I Carrie BarnesSouth Miamipar.

CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY DEADLINE 10 A.M. Friday 'period. SeventyUhreeofthe Seabord and Gulf RR Co., parcel In Sec 13, Twp 48, Rge I eel In Sec 11, Twp 91, Rge 33,

2-2107 tales were for less than $15,000 Ann Armstrong Grant 25, $1,500} Huenefeld FurnitureCo. :$1,300.

-. 1000. to John R. and Hazel O'Neill ., Inc., to Robert and Marian

Announcement 3 Bedroom, t tile" beth horn Sales of $1,000 or over with i I Garden City, N.Y., Lot 20, Blk Burclcki, Detroit, Mich. parcel CAL"SA RANCH
Carpeting
located throughout'In Tho Moorings.living room. values taken from tax stamps on 4, Ridge Lakes, $4,500; Joseph In Sec 13, Twp 48, Rge 25, Calusa Ranch, Lie., to Ronald

Two Cemetery Lot In Naples om dining, room, hall and one,bedroom recorded deeds Included the fol Petri to James M. and Vlolletta $1,200} Henry S. and Dorothea i C. and Evelyn Hennlngsen Ft

Memorial Gardens. Reesonsble: ed and. Completely heeled disposal aircondition-dishwesher lowing; DuPont, Chatham NJ.. Lot 5, M. Minster to Alfonso TerlUtl.Coplague parcel In Sec 18, Twp 51, Rge

Cell, after B PM. Midway 1 ?03t. Paved driveway to cer James L. and Marguerite L. SlIt E, Rldgevlew Lakes $23,000; N.Y., parcel In Sec 33, $1,000; Calusa Ranch, Inc.,

STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS port screened and In storage porch. Lawn room.soddedand Nice Walker to Jack and Dorothy W. Elhanon and Bsssle Combs to 10, T*T> 48, Rge 26, $9,800. to William R. Martin Hialeah,

Ml For 1011.Studio Order Girl co.rn.t7cs call partially landscaped Ph. Love, Jr., Naples, Lot S, Blk Everett F. and Virginia M. Bald. Josephine celardl to Elizabeth parcel In Sec 18, Twp 51, Rge

now Ml 2.4104.....after. I p.m. No broker 12, Unit 6, Aqualane Shores, win, Naples, LotOBU2Tacoma K. Pedersen, Orlando, parcel In 33, $1,000; Oscar Olson to W.P.
p. _ _
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 7 Fran $3,500; William C. and Eva M. Park, $13100 James M. and Sec 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $11, Younger Co., Inc., Charlotte,

1121 E. Tamlaml Trail, Whitman :;v.o-.as'o: Terw'to Reeves to Marguerite L. Walker, Faye J. McGill, et al, to Merrell 400; Josephine Celardl to John IOC., parcel In Sec 36, Twp 51,

Midway 206723BoatsMotors BEAN good REALTY credt: 3750 rich'No.CARIS.I Trail Naples, Lots 1 and 17, BU A, Howard, Miami Lots 1 and 2, and Julia C. Barton, Alexandria Rge 33, $1,700' ; Sunny Florida

jay 1-1155. Lake Forest, $2,900; Mary S. Blk B, Bay Park, $1,000. Va., parcel In Sec 36, Twp 48, Acres, Inc., to Charles A. Pall,

Acces. A nice 2 bedroom CSS fur Morris to John B. and Anne R. Lester Whitaker, Charles M.cholas Rge 26, $5,700 C.P. and Freida Chicago, parcel In Sec 13, Twp

30 ft. Chris Craft Sea niahed Homo Make In the BonitaSprings offer Mccabe, part Lot 10, Lake Re. et al. to John and Mar. Gauldlng to Ralph D. and Nancy 51, Rge 34, $1,300; Robert S.
Skiff an
area me
twin Chrysler 171... radio, depth Edna Foster Bonn Beech. plat, $7,000' ; McCaugherty and caret campbell.Naple.part Lots L. Crapee Iramokalee, parcelIn Roberts, et al, to Eugene t.

finder, water snifter auto pilot. pressure Phone WY 2.4111. Co., Inc., to Louis W. and Mar 14 and 15, Blk E, Bad Axe $11\,. Sec 15, Twp 48, Rge 30, Contl, Framlngham, Mass., par.

tenks. shafts system and struts morel_ 3 bedroom Home 'In Brookslde. rant E. Mahan, Charleston, W. 500; Paul W. and Alice A. Top. $2,500; Philip N. and Jean A. eel In Sec 14, Twp 52, Rge 30,

electric foam winch.rubber full ctnvetell port.IH bathe good, location screened low patio equity.ear. Va., Lot 22, Blk C, Unit 1, The per to Hugh K. and Mary J. Keyes to Central Bank and Trust $1,400; Edw. FelJsteln et al, to

wheels-eudbury bunks salt 1 water settof Call MIdway 1.1465. Moorings $5,500; Homut Homes, Hamm, Bonita Springs, Lot 10, Co., of Miami parcel In Sec David B. and Lllll Gordon,M laml,

*r tem. finest, sea shift. In House consists of two bedroom Inc., to John F. and Elizabeth Blk 8, Unit 1, Bonlta Shores, 23, Twp 49, Rge 23, $30,000; parcel In Sec 17, Twp 52, Rge

Maple* Call Midway t IIM. IH biths. Living room Dining Bush Jr., Naples Part Lot 10, $1,000; George G. and Velma George W. and Jessie T. Gill 32, $2,400.

lost ror SaIs 145: II H.P.fl. Danists." built net room) ,Family kitchen room plenty air of cond Cab), Blk M, Unit 2, The Moorings, W. Board to Pearl p. and RuthF. to Jog R. and Katharine Brown, National Petroleum Lease

Chrysl r, fr.sh waler ""ht cool' Florida' room itorage closet $33,500; Moorings Oev Co. of Phelon, GranvUle, Mass., Lot Ft. Lauderdale, parcel In Sec Corp., to Mark M. and BlancheL.
T.ak dick.. Loadad with ::: with washer 4 dec, w..., heeter Canada to Vernon and 7 2 25 34 Weiss Miami Beach parcel
carport with storege closet Ltd. A. Blk 10, Unit Bonita Shores, Rge Twp 80Sl,100Georg.; ,
M7dw.EyRgj".; 'Inc" end Terrace House ,Is of Belvla D. Allen, Naples, Lot 8, $7,500; First Florida Resource W. and Jessie T. GUI to Richard In Sec 14, Twp 52, Rge 34, $2,

YACHT BROKERAGE floor CBS*. construction electric well Terrene heater. Blk 2, Unit 3, The Moorings, Corp., to GltC General Contrac. Hegarty, Chicago, parcel In Sec 0001 Miami Investment Co., to

Complete Neples Electric range and refriaj Included $6,000. tors Corp. Elizabeth, N. J., Lot 25, Twp 50, Rge 34, $2,000; I John and Mildred Mamrosh,

Inboard Boats ListingsFine From 20 complete. The with Lot tprlnkler It 70 X I ISO 14, Blk O, Unit 2, Brookslde, George W. Gill, et ux, to Lorraine Howes Cave, N.Y., parcel Sec

Bob Martin, M12.3757BrianliSmuth *, trees and shrubs Must system $10,500. Klotz, Chicago, parcel In 18, Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,600;

Chrl..Cnft Salasf14 be Location seen to be apreclated PUBLIC NOTICE First Florida Real Estate ;Sec 36, Twp 50, Rge 34, $1, I'Golden Age Investment Co., to

| ft.windshield a 10" fiberglas at top 2$Beet HP beech, et few 450 Ird block Ave. from No., "Mart Incsj _to Moses and Esther 100; George L. Ford, et al, to ,Kershel D. Crisp, Fort Hood,

Gale outboard motor Only under lit.OOP. Phone Ml 24134 NOTICE OF SALE M. ParllmantNaples, Lot 1, Bit.Joseph R. and Ella G. Salerno, 'Tex., parcel In Sec 13, Twp S3,

$400. Phone MIdway 24041 T. ",. .... UIP._ 014.I These Homes Notice It hereby ilven that purtuant G, Unit 3$12,500; First Florida Chicago, parcel in Sec 26, Twp I Rge 34, $1,100.
final, decree of foreclosure
to a '
Resource to Mabel
Corp. E.

19 ft fiberfflan SPECIAL "Don't be afraid-it's only an educationaltoy Open Daily 3-5 the entered Clicult In cause Court numbered of Collier 113 County*. In Hudson, Naples,, Lot 11, Blk G, Following The Dogs At Bonita I IDie

"Crosby"run I for in the Collier 1172 JEWEL BOX AVE. Royal' Florida, I will toll tho property Unit 3, Brookslde $13,300; Coleman .
got County NEWS
about, twin 40 HP you Harbor Immaculate new waterfront situate In Collier County Florida dote
and
to
C. Marly
n. Boyd
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WantAds! Homo offered for less ri bed U'
Johnson motors with only _ then replacement cost Avoid Lot I. Block "C", WHISPERING Ronald C. and Jean M. May, news at the Naples' Fort RESULTS
'15 hrs. since new. 2 18 the delay end problems of PINES subdivision, a* per plat Naples Lot 35 Blk G Unit 3 first. T JliU Quint*M
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COMPANION SECRETARY FOR SALE building MOVE RIGHT IN t thereof recorded In Flat Book 4, Myr-ri Kennel Club tonight will
gal. gas tanks all control Former secretory to prominent SPARTAN TRAILER. Imperial, bedrooms 2 baths, living room Page 1 17, Public' Records ot Collier Brookside $15,400; Albert and be the appraranr fur the first Mar Hew Bull (II Zl 00 I 20 I 40
PaIns Beach temlly Florlde Mansion, )lousy Cabana, per and dining rooms have sliding County Plsrida.at Ruth Levine Necetchie (2)) 4 10 110Selesmald
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. resident with driver' lictnse. fact condition, : lot l # 33 north doors to screened porch with public Sale, te the hIghest and to Edgar E. and time of two does who pouted tome Mar ((1) 140

er complete package: varied experience 'Including ..eti"n. Na hi T.lIer P.r", southern .'PO'U'.. Electric best bidder for cash at the Courthouse Marie E. Howell, Naples, Lot rail fait llmci In Schooling! rarrs .
household management end kitchen central heat and air of Collier County In East N.. Second T-1U4Z Quln. |50 OtDsr.lt
15 Blk C Unit 3 Coconut and could thrmt the
$1895. See at 1650 Murex property supervision: want conditioning, I car garage. pies, Florida between 11-00 a m. and Grove pone a to (J) 7 40 IH I 00
live.In position' In Naples .,... 48-Apts. For RentTbedr0omAptForR.nt a20.500. 1. 00 p m. ol Februery 19. A D IMMARGARET $llO00; Collier Development top dog at the Iriuk Tonight's Clrcts Champ (21 '.10 120
Drive or call Bill TuckerMId..a modest selary. P. O. Box #22. ; T SCOTT Corp., to Cecil and Louvenla exciting 11-race pmlram11I begin Chit Chins' (4)) 100
Little River Station Miami. furnished Its GALLEON DR. PORT Clerk
2.4295 Excellent 13131 er unfurnished' Season ROLAY beautiful new waterfront Feb. 4. ISM *J4 Drake, Everglades, Lot 5, 6 and at 8:IV Dally Double (II) I7I.M -

Buy! ____ Retired. well edvcated Gintle- Shore month Blvd.or year nice round.view On of Gulf Bay ONCE.Home Planned, AVAILABLE for Florida leisure AT. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 7, Blk 4, Everglades, $12,000; First of the now dogs to are I Third T-12M: Quln. MISS

IS Ft Fibre Glass ThundsrblrdIS I Work.man desires Call pert. time ..lcal17Child f.51( rlf. Call Midway 1.1351 0' living Master bedroom BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Collier Dev Corp., to Iver Land action will be Bob Thomas' young: Carolyn K. Puke (71| 140 420 Ill
HP Mercury all electric Mldwoy 2-3560. dining, room kitchen open to Notice Is hereby liven' that the Buelah M. Joines, Akron pup, Volkmar In the Grade C Lila Joe (I) 120 IN
tingle lover control. See at Bud large screened porch, equipped undersigned Clerk of Circuit Courtel Lost Invoice (2) 120Fourth
Beautiful I bedroom APTI.. Lots 7 and 8 33
Ohio Blk
Hotue Fish Camp or Call Ml for two 0' th,.. months adults. with electric built In Ber-BQua. Collier County Florida will, on seventh race This red brindle dog
I 2688. Care no pets. THE DUPREE: APIS.. 3 pedroome, 2 beths. central the 17th day of February. 1H4 at Everglades, 3200. pouted good times In schoolingraces T-12-00 Quln. SUM
2994 Francis Ave, So., (btwn; seat and air condition. 2 II: 00 o'clock AM. at the south Dislslt" (II tl 40 110 4 00Classy
and the hAnd!
IS' Fiberglass' boat I960 40HP Will car for Children In Shadowlawn 4 Airport Rd., E, car garage with' electric: door. door ol the Courthouse, Building ls picked by LInda (Ill 11 20 14H
Evlnrude electric' with generator my M7.600. CONSIDER "C". Collier In East Naples, GOLDEN GATE
Home No Infant good care, Niples) TRADE County capper for a second place finish Mobil, Jet "Oil) ZIO
and remote controls Everything Florida, offer for sale and sell at
mail It desired Call Midway, Gulf American Land Corp., to behind Earl Stone Kind Sir ts
A-l condition, Excellent T bedroom unfurnished Apt., public outcry to the highest and dost Fifth T-11.77. Quln. 114.20
fishing boat. 5 95. Call 2.lIn. with stove, ,.fI,.. I block to VINCE CONBOY bidder' for cash, the followlne; described Margaret Be Libert and Loraine given the nod for the show spot/ dlende Son (li H 00 ItS 440
MI 2-3380 beach $70 month annual
on property situated In CollierCounly Kirsch, Sarasota West ISO feet with Mar McGill Weeping Tenri. Nip Havo (I) 410 100Dale
= I..... Phone Midway' 22141 .1. 5th Av. Florid, to.wit.
SPORTS FISHERMAN 21-Lost & Found Parkway Tract 71 Unit 2 Golden Gate Frank's Red and Event (tl (lOtilth
Modern I bedroom unfurnished ... MI 2.5745 Lot 3 Block' "C" Sun Terrace Itreco'ded Nelva Lynn
21 Ft. Ulrlckson' flying bridge. In plat book 1 at page Estates $2,200 William B. Sanator out the field.\ T-40144
APARTMENT with completekitchen xt ; rounding : Quln. MM
125 Gray Marina sleep three BUILDER OFFERS 55 of the Public Records of Collier ,
complete with, fishing chairs" LOST STRAYED or Stolen; Near beech end shopping and 3 bedroom homes on 11th County. Florida Stone, Inc., to Merton L. and The other newcomer owned by Myslsry Vt (11 140 IU :
BY
SEASON OR
condition.and many MHO other.00. extras Call Burton Top on. gray to name French of Poodle"Pierre, answers ." IM SIb Ave So Ml 21193 YEAR. Ave So. between Ith & Ith S... pursuant to the final decree of foreclosure Marilyn J, Blckford, Jr.,Naples, James Conlen and racing out of Count Busy M On* ((li li 110 140
either entered In a case pending In
Bros. Z.2121. REWARD It returned to K. R. completed or under con. part Lot 15, Blk A, GuUford the John Rae Kennel, Is Candl
GARAGE APT, with ,...,.. truetion priced from 114,500 to said Court the style of which Is .
Smith 190 llth St. Na.pIes.
No. Seventh T-lliU Quln. Ill 10
Fie close to town T.V. cable Suitable 117,500 with good term NAPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS Acres, $9,000; Loach Inc., to Leap. This blue girt posted three
Sailed (I) 1140 700 110
Business Opp phon for on.Midway person.Z.2012 MO, weekhr after. WILLIAM Builder B. STONE INC. a A United LOAN ASSOCIATION.States Corp Thomas G. and Veronica M. Rogers easy schooling race victories and Ever Way (7) I.00 4.MLutswsy

22-Mutlcal Instruments I PM. M Tenth St. North Ml I 2.1711 PlaintiffJ West C aid well N. I., Lot Is expected to grab a tint tonight (I) '.00

v.. SilO No 3 Isles of Capri $4 In the Grade B ninth race Nelth's
COIN LAUNDRIES bedroom furnished 0 BARKSI3ALE AND WIFE, Eighth T-11I7I Quln. ISS.M
Kitchen
Your best It BARKSDALE. 800 M. 11. Davis properties Metal and'Marella are named for Une.de
profit oportunlty PIANO living room dining room Weekly 59-Acre.g. MALVIS ; (Ci| 14(4210Rubicon 110
with Philco.Bendix commercial. monthly or veer-round. Ph. Defendant Inc., to John P. and Gladys MeBlatetlc the place and show snots.JTr / (7) 4.20 110ft"
Equipment. Full stores, replacement Ml I 23601 or 23041. arid the docket. number of which It Molly Dolly (1)iIW )
machines. or additional Beautiful Naples High Acres 14 mile number 157. San Antonio Tax.,Lots
,sa.ehlnee. 0.6 tag Fade -Get spinet '. furnished' Ibedroomopart' .from city only' 'li _.fIre *we WITNESS mtffcand. .*, the official 3* en+13, Bla>3$, Unit 6f Naples *. J.: p.* i-JS/'S.i U J lv-.ltuln. 1440rAie
The Prices. Conflcl W. T. Sny.dur merit hug living' room kitchen parcel remaining lOw Down, seal! of said Court this Ird day efFebruary. i- ; <* *v (Ir lie. 7io > t
write 0905 n:2' Way So.. Piano in new con- end bath. TV outlet. Ph. Ml ISO per month. Philip N. Keye. 1164. park, $..000; M. H. Davis pro. 1..eI '. S Swift Issle, 52Noeoy Neet Doll (II I 40 140'f
St. Peta $070737. cv. 1.3691. P. O Bon 110S Naples. Midway MARGARET T. SCOTT, parties. Inc., to Hope M. John. Verl a Misty Flame S Ycrklck (it)
flln... dition. Greatly Z27IO. Clerk ef the Circuit CourtCLERK.f Swizzle 7 2 Psy Cllh M., I
reduced 1 Collier' County. Florida' son, SU Petersburg, Lots 34 Tenth T-tlill Quln, 111.10:

II Instruction Schools in price 49-House For Rent ( SEAL) and 35, Blk 40' and Lot 17, In4 .Grade D /1' $11.00Fur.
65-O Real
.n. EstateAPT '
By INEZ MAQILL Blk 73, Unit 8. Naples park, K.nlallen 71 BIg Arkl I land m'IO 120 110Qrandea
Deputy Clerk Cheryl M 4 Hud Bat 400 14.10
::r.oIOt':..: "fou't begin' terms can be arranged SELL or RENT 1 bed'om.1 FOR SALE: PARKS A EMERSON. $3,000; M. H. Davis properties, Honey Wink It Mr. Sweetie 7 Ann Lilt (4)) 100 120:
bath Ml 10th St. Na, Carl Attorneys for Plaintiff Trip tt
Co-Op overlooking Gulf or Inc. to Irving Wiedman Brook. Cutter Mm I Mary ; 12100
ri Eleventh T-40: Quln.
Write I MIS Florida
enrollment limited Student to Anderson et MIdway Bay, I bedroom, IV* bath, Naples
call Ml 24347 after S PM: 2 reasonable, furnished or unfurnished Feb. 4.: IIMOBCIMeOMVBWainMeVBMeilHBtMltMMtMBieilBaVBaMMBnBWfaM#23 lyn, N. V., Lot 33, Blk 74, ThIrd oraOU I'" Irish Signal (J II I 1719 140 I 10
Adult call 2.5669. Box 1737-N Na- Call bedroom Midway House 23191 after furnished, 130: ; Shoreline Apts, 1171 S ***) Unit 6, Naples Park, 1000. Quick Track I PrInce Ness tl Breedway Jr (7) JIG ltd1JJ loo
PM. Gulf Shore Blvd., (across from LEGAL NOTICE OF Joe W. and Viola C. Smith .*m Ring 0 J Npt' R*....r4 It HI Lou (21)
12-H.lp Wanted ples. Mansion House), PUBLIC HEARING Ed Hunter 7 1 Cece Joe I (
Furnished 2 bedroom, I beth, Notice It hereby liven that a Public to C..?. Jones Lumber Co., Fort Smooth Smeky I Handsome Mil I
o6Phoni !living room 4 kitchen; locatedon a.Bodroom frense house. unfur.sished Hearing will be held on Wed.n.sdey Lots and 9 Blk
New I K-Guiter $26 Myers 4,5,6,7,8
string ,
Men or womon with Ml 2 l.4M9 after 1PM.23MIic. waterway for Rente! monthly I on Ztt acre* in SUNSET February IIM. at 10:OJAM Fourth Grade I: I'" WANA SWAP?
odmlntttrollv end 1.1.! or by pier: adult only. CallMIdway buy for ., at the 'fItH I 73S Ills 9, Newmarket $ ,4001 Shelly S. Milry Maiden Last bedroom .
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Vanderbilt Beach 3
23H5 'I l'LlY'
DO.T.YOURIIL" Street,
South Naples Florida,
head tho a family by Carter, et al, to Bonnie Bee Recovered I
ling ability to For Sal 3 bedroom Home, For RentIn |MOO with ticallent terms! the City Council for the purpose of Farms Inc. Immokalee Lots Brdwy Stan 4 Pipeele I home? Pine Ridge
cloitlflod deportmentof Brooktid' Vlllege lilt per hearing complaints or objections: to Tiny Ruhy I Chi*'* Cadet I
The NEWS. Experienced month, on year :lease: Call, Mid- MOTEL-APT I apt*., I the following amendments to the 1,2,3 and 4, Blk SO, Newmarket, 3 bedioom home? Naples
Kitchen Cupboards, double Sink way 2.4231 er 1.4029.SEASONAL. overnight' motel 1 rooms I Zoning Ordmence of tho City of Na $5,000; Robert and Ina Ellisonto FIfth Oreee D I/U
person preferred. Norie Apt. site Gas Stove: unfinished. apt Owner living plus FIends.Revision' Casey Mirsn 11 V.cky Wink SI Bowling stock?
Solory plus commission exhaust ran, all very Reason Lovely 2 bedroom 2 bath Homo querter All., completely fur. of. Section, 71 61. Sam J. J. and Flora Wiggins,Moore Famine I Cl; Renno 7
end ear allowance. Call able. Midway 1372 on pond side of North Lake nished. All apte. end motel' t Height* 'read regulations as follows,:shall b. amended Haven Lots 1,2 and 3, Blk 84, Amiben. 3 Gay Cindy Id
.
Midway 2.2107 for In. Ladies New Wilson' Irons 3.'. I Drive block in from moat beach secluded 2 blocks spot rooms Room for.I.conllltloned.enpanalon North. "Section IS M Sam Height Newmarket, $8,000; Lloyd H. and Johnny'i Baby I Npl* Atlantis I ..:

ter, I. w. flu. ,2 extension wedges Call 225. Midway ad from Fireplace Beech Club and carport and furnish'Call, come Naples Price location: $70,000. with. Good terms.In regulations No building Shopping In any District'I.b" Neighborhood shall. Rotella Ann L. Lowe A. Nadler, Sr.Murfreesboro to G. E. and, Ililr Grade II Dlula T Dnl ISffearl.e IINpl's G. H LUFF-.;;?['',.;

Ceramic Gifts and SuppliesEverything : Midway 21360 or 24331 : Nsvr Lver SI
DIshwasher. for few hour. .. it Reduced) Closing COMMERCIAL LOT EXCELLENT eiceed fifty feet In height, encept Term., Lot B, Blk CSabaJShore. loll Fury .1 Tt Oluelt I
Two
evening' starting *t 7 P.M.. ... 41. North Mepies bedroom I beth iii'with location on corner of as hereinafter provided Far ,. Napl.*
,
Call Midway 2.SMI after l0:3: .".In.tt Palm hwy #River, Florid. room carport. CENTRAL and THE TRAIL each building erected In 'I.b" $9,900; William B. Stone, Inc., Mick' Barn I Big Oator 10 121! IIth.1 '"

A.M. Completely' furnished within, Heir the center of all but Neighborhood" Shopping District to Eugene A. and Eula M. Kirk.. Seventh. Grade C ""
walking' distance to Beech A one II) perking shall I bo
Ruffed Riding. Lawn Mower Shopping, '"o' Season :Inert activity to i.. 'this Mike dfsiribl an apointmenl r. provided for each spice 400 square If.. lan, Naples, Lot 7, Blk E, Babel Earl Stare 7 Z NaIve Lynn I .
Help Wentedfor: general Office 4 months old $60 3196 Conn. VaerTy. .Lh: of McGill I Velkmar I ..,J '
er Contact Brownat properly today Price floor area contained In said Shores, $5,200; Sam J. and E. Mar .
work. A IYAI'mr.n' atGulf Ave. So DEWEY POLLY R..,,!'. 52.NX with good term. building, and provided further, that Weeping' TearS I 10 Frank Tied II <. .
Glass 111 lat Ave. N A Tamlaml Trail each building shell hav a minimum Joyce coldlng to George H. and Kind, Sir I Sanatar I
10th St. So. 26PersonalALCOHOLICS Midway. 2-43M .L'..... Cm 1*.*, Brown of three (I) parking' spaces. Bonny L. Holt Naples Lot 12 .. .
Of. Guard Wented. for VIrgIl Mircum, Sib Revision of Section 25 $4. Seme Eighth Oraee C "/1' -. .
year Z bedroom unfurnished waterfront Jaeger and 13, Blk I, Unit 2, Trail ..... J
round work city benefits. Ap- Home, T.V. cable ItO H tlh It N. Height refutations shall bo amendedte Red Morton I Oerrl Ka* I "
ply Naples Racr.ationO.p ANONYMOUS per month. Cell WY Z.1S1 Ml I41SS read as follows: Acres, $2,800.Alfred Lone Dud t Getewbe Man 12
daytime "
Men Women with drinking' or MI 1.50U '.cllo" {I M. Sam Height' Mr. Echo I Orende Hey 1 10
Domestic Help WenledS hour problems Cell Ml 1.1770. Meetings eveningsHome regulationsNo A. and Dorothy E. Sound Brkr 7 J Mr Tracy I
daily or 3 times weekly; must Tuesdays and 'Fridays I 10 163' Snout Drive. lovely new DEWEY POLLY. building i In any 'J' Business McLenon to Central Bank and rEIl.qrES
be able to cook and clean Call p m. Cotlag First Baptist I b.doom. I bath w.t.font District I shall aiceed fifty, feet In Ninth Grade B I/U
Midway IdIOt after I PM.. Church. n.w draperies throuh. REALTY height cicerO ea hereinetter provided runt Co., of Miami parcel In ManIla I Npft Enorete I ?
out. eentrsl heat 4 air" conditioning For each building erectedIn 23 49 25
Sec Twp Rge $50
Msry's Neklc 10 Rudy Ann l 1ft
SEAMSTRESS WANTED: full ,
or. pert time. Call.. Midway. '33-Servlces OfferedFor annual lease Unfurnished.Watkins|ISO 4 Bar for. 57-Houses For Sale parking* Bueiness spec shell District be provided one II I) 000; JJ. and Flora Wiggins to Cept Sallied. Tank I I Cendi Neilht Lou Metal SO ti CALL NOW rrn FAT. .

2 Htl. ken Stl Mil Ave. So. for each 400 square feet of fleer 1 W.O. and Susan M. McGUI, 1m. EXPERT SERVICE
Need lour Men or Women foT 'T area contained In said building' Tenth Grade A "/11
Furnished t bedroom. beth 2 bedroom CBS Home en Lake, mokalee parcel In Sec 20, Twp
and further,
pert time Sale* 4 Delivery an estimate of your Home with central heat T.V. completely, furnished A-I con. provided that oachbnlding Luciy Leaf t Bitkkl' .R...x "
.. 48 29 .
Work In Collier' County. Age Painting needs, phone Ml cable: located et AquelenoShores dition, ell for 19 450. Will shell have a minimum'. of Rge $5,000; J.D. Lambert Nyb/ 11 Place ,ID NO RISK CHEMICALC04
31 to SO Must have car and For Season or monthly; take 'In Trailer on Trade 1324 three ((31 perking spaces to William p. and MaryJ. SIn,Piece I Chmr 'i >
b. Bondeble: Write Mr. BuCk 2-4580 No job loo larg or cell MIdway 22712. Sperling Court do back Trail FRANCIS FORD, MeyerATTEST Madlgar Immokalee Gambia lo/ I Npt ",.ot., I
: pareeel
P. O. Bon *754. Naples ,
ner Terrace to Stonecraft. then
too imall. Clean efficient 2 bedroom furnished House;; turn right, second house on left Elsie Fob 4.Lehman II. I IOU, City Clark tJt in Sec 31, Twp 48, Rge Eleventh' Grade D 3/I MI 2-4148
with carport and screenedcorall. .
13-Help Want. Female service. Quiet neighborhood" $525 M. Own .r58loti 29, $1 8,500; Roland D. Gettus Cool Like I Z Ride' J
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Ntk I
Circus Meirlti t Sos 0Msckleman "
for season CARIBBEAN REQUEST FOR BIDS to William L. and Ruth Wheeler, Dana D 1 Ml 2-5249
.W.It,.... Wanted: tar days GEORGE UHL Painting REALTY. 3/JO No. Trail, Mill.w. For s.l.Fo..t. The Collier' County bard of Publio Immokalee parcel In Sec 5 Twp i bowl Classic 4 Wsliviee 10
,
and nights*; apply In person ..tH.lp ." 2 IISI. ....._...........". ..... ......... ..... ..... ..".,.. ..-- -- -
Howard Johnson Restaurant Commercial amd Rei. I I-M p.m., February I l. It.l .. forth
50-Rooms For Rent on Sy of Naples and construction of one (II) concrete Nikita Most Able
Wanted for Laundry Work Licensed and Iniured Beach Club Golf Cou,... Own.er basketball courtPlans .
Apply In person at NaplesProthert for specifications' and location
Laundry 2761 Storter Are., Sleeping Room in Private ouick in sal Naples I Sea'' /;ro'b-; PtIARQAIN *. may b* obtained: from John D. Roan. All -Round LeaderIn
Fla. 33940 I4omeCaII Midway" 2 1770. Office of the County Superintendent
NapUs -
Secretary Wantedfor: Reel Etteto of Schools Building, "0". Court-
Office; apply at 441 Ith Twin Beds Private Bath. 4 house. Neple Florida. World-Nixon OPEN: HOUSE!
St.. nO'M to Mr. Donovan, or RUBBER STAMPS that Entrance 242 7th A"... So. Waterfront Lot. at Gulf Her The Board reserves the right to reject
I .' 27111. make a good Imprtnion. bar leads to the Gulf. any or all bid*. MISENHEIMER, N.C. (AP)
Board of Public Instruction
Waitress for lunch and Dinner, Any sis*. Quick ""Ie.. 54-Trade or Sell 11.000 Each all Cash Collier County -Richard M. Nixon says Soviet
apply Rainbow Restaurant on Collier County NEWS. Naplee FloridaBy Premier Mklta Khrushchev la

North Tamieml Treil Will Trade tt ,... late model I only. Phono Midway 212M : W. O. REYNOLDS without qualification the most Daily Through Feb. 12
at the Moor- table T. County Superintendentof
Waitress needed V for small used Car Choice Commercial Lot For
Club' : also 36-Wanted To Buy In ) Fred School able all-around world leader toe
Inge Golf 4 Country coed condition Reiner,
Sale on the Treil Must tell to
J. I!. 10. F.... I. lt4 n. ; "
need short order Cook Applyto I2M Trail Terrace55StofesOffice. settle Estete. Priced far below. day, but he didn't Include

Ann Kennedy. ALL Iwasi ALUMINUM tile aest Zl TRAILER te 12. ft.I nile going Beech prices. Phone Edna Foster Wy 2 4121.Bo- ',IN THE COUNTY AND JUDGE'S FOR : COURTIN President Johnson In the com 10 A.M. To 5 P.M.

HELP WANTED car. buy for $800, lot .171.C.- PORT ROYAL Lot 122 Gel- COLLIER COUNTY, .FLORIDA parlson.
Apply
Waitress and kitchen help
Ct. I > former vice
horse Trtiler Nixon presidentand
; leon Drive For Sale or Trade.Write NO 771 ,
after Bar.B.J Q:10 N.P Trail.M. at AndysPit R<.. Santa Springn.Want Office, spec tt A It ft. ror O J. Herbert 2170 Post IN re: 1960 Republican president Third NorthDon't
Z er 1 bedroom furnished Rent at MS per me.. Coast Road. Derlen. ConnOULF Eatato of 441 Street
Home, west et Trail 12000 Colony BMg. Itl Ith Ave.. So., Charles J, Grady tlal candidate, cave a convoca ,
14-He.p Wanted Male! down 100 per month. Call Mid. JUST FRONTAGE NORTH OF ON MARCO ISLAND NOTICE: TO CREDITORSAll Hon address at pfeltter College,

way Z.1471 after live 57-Houses For Sate LOT 100 X MO. EXTENDS CHARLES creditors J. QRADV.. of tho dceied.estate a.o of then ended a two.day visit to mill seeing this thoroughly enchantinghome

Retire Interested In pert time FROM GULF TO WATERWAY. hereby notified' and required t* file North Carolina at a public re.ceptlon .- In beautifully
light work contact Frenk Davit .38-Autoi For Sate "COQUINA .*NOf" custom IMOO E. J. STAN ST any claim or demands which they at with furnished guest house, set
Imperial Florida Oil Co.. bedroom t bath Home large GEORGE. HOTEL BROOK. may heve against said estate m Salisbury. which offer
2100 North Tamiamt Trajl. screened porch and garage on LYN. N. V the office of the County Judge of "He (Khrushchev) LI not the landscaped grounds peace

Paving Work; enperienced on panld IMS ,Kombl Truck Volke like Wagon now.glee ItIceeh. corner tot, Phone Ml 2.3)31.1 riceptionelly beautiful tMM hous Collier at County East Naples Florid Florida In the,court within most admirable; he Is not the and seclusion in the heart of the city.

ly. Call for Appointment Scott ,,.I.y. SonitaSprings 4 BR. I lATH cas HOME Royal Harbor : 21. Dolphin: .,. calendar month from tIne most brainy De Gaulle gets
MIdway24032.IANTED. .Fla. With II X 30 ft. Florida Room.large Cl Weter 2 I'- see welled.Choice .
screened patio, master It500. P. 0 Sos 172. 11_. dale of. Each the first claim publication demand of thisnotice. that spot" said Nixon "but he Realistically priced It'. one of Naples most attractive .
or
to menegeTnd sedan OeVllle. bedroom air must
lane Cedilla end beth conditioned _field Hills. Moclt has steeUUe "
Operate a retail Watkint Route good eewl'tion IMO. Call Midway ; utility room. 2 car carport be M writing and mutt slate tho a determination buys.
In this area (Would consider 2 ''27. city sewerage well end Wettrlront Lots for lei*. piece or residence and office NUon said he did not Include
:lady 40 to 44 years old > Earnings pump far sprinkling, 0 E. stove by owner Theron Ridge Phone address of the claimant and must be Johnson because do
of 112106 per week from Its.a Fr t dr food rubber, and refrig All rugs and drape, Midway 11121. sworn t. by tIle claimant his agent, "I not think
the very beginning For personal clean Will mete e good work some furniture; TV. cable, gas --"LOU tTiT or hit attorney or it will become Johnson has had a chance yet 4cti& t
interview In home, car The first 10 lakee Located void according to lew
your iteway. heet. ONLY lll.MO at to be In the
write M,. McGerity P. O. Sec Can be teen at River 1151 7th Ave, No. Cell Bill One oach In Port Royal enSay CHARLES J. GRADY, JR. judged arena of
.. of Naples and Golf Driveover Administrator of th* world a-'falrs."
127 Williston, Florida P.rllpt.* O I. Pnen Midway Tucker; Midway t OS4) ,

-c6Hislp Z h46244Mobile 1 bedroom, fT.lh Home URoyel C,. C looking J Locking.Golf Court Room own 114. Estate ofCHARLES J. GRADY Nixon said he does not expect A.u4 ;e e4Ie44O
HarbOr seawall and deck Ph deceased to be the 4.
'J Avsilabl ; Golfing Buccaneer '-'111. Republican preslden.tlal .
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Home and dock master air conditioned ltiroughFe5._ OUt for quick sele, DAVID C. SPINOLEN. candidate this
and heeled ell eppliances. year.
Attorney ot Law
W.. Car for ...".,--. CHERRY PANELING illS Forest Avenue Ask<.! U he would accept a 605 5th Ave., South 0
good reference, "" ,,,oiled. Cell' For tale Zl ft. Palace Pan AND CENTRAL FIREPLACEIN Naples, Florida
MIdway 2.I77t. __ tm_ _Jackson Gateway Herbor.K LIV'NO ROOM Well te wall Resident Agent for draft, he said "I feel any man I
modem Trailer Foe c.rpe.ng.lrnwodiCCisTORS CHARLES ;J. GRADY JRAdmmietrator has an obligation to accept h1IPart'a Phon. Ml 2.2124 .
Eipononced: Secrotery Bookkeeper ft cy MARLOWE 4 BECK REAL ..t estate *
of tho O
,.. _. Ceshl for Immediate nomination for the
eveilibie. new .d Sale: IM 4(1 Mh Ave So.. Mld pros.l.detscy01'
.... I PaIns La>. Trailer CHARLES J GRADY' .
Let *
furnished 'oof.14
11221 .
reference ,
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I 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tue day, February 4, 1964 to the impossible baser and Correction OnPenny's News From

look at It. They may bring

off-beat travel topics picnics spend hours and there.binoculars Children ana Views County ''RecordsMARRIAGES

are warned not to get too close parking meters art okay on
to the fences which are almost city owned off street parking
lots, but they should be removed
magnetic In their presence from streeUslde Licenses Issued
parking
;Ilapla 1lomad These Sunday sightseers look Council candidate K. O.spaces Penny Jim
.1 and sigh, thinking of their declares. Jones and Gladys
both
Addison Immokalee.
countrymen who have lost the Because of typographical
of Travel and are James Gary Moden, Bradenton -
prlvelece error, Penny's response to one
slowly being molded to stereotyped of the questions in Sunday's News and Geraldine: Stauffer
By Anne L, Bowes beliefs. They send their was not correctly published The Little Clay, Fla.
sympathies across those evil, News regrets the error. License applications
------t humming wires,then climb backIn An extra "not" crept Into the Curtis Clifton Ireland and
Travel Is a popular form of 1 their comfortable cars and second sentence of Penny's statement Martha Jean Cole, both Everglades -
when the typesetter wasnt
head for home. .
recreation today. Almost everyone -
looking The
correct
version
from the thrifty youth After these sights, the gift should read as follows:
hosteller to the wealthy Cook of travel seemed more precious "1 have never believed In park. LAW DOCKET
customer, goes somewhere on to me than ever. How Ing meters on our city streets
his vacation, weekend or after wonderful that we have the free- and believe they should be Kenco Chemical Co., Inc.,
retirement. Neither age, sex, dom to take trains, cross bor- removed completely I do be. vs 1, Stopes Smith Judgement.
race nor religion should stopa ders, plan Itineraries and meet lleve
person from getting out Into strangers without fear or Installed on CHANCERY DOCKET
the wide world, and only health, l supervision Every Americanhas lots to pay
finances and personal preferences 4f the opportunity to say as structlon Cruz Suarez vs. Gilbert
need dictate the scope of Walt Whitman did, 'Strong THE Suarez. divorce
one's wanderings. and content. I travel the open Iris Jones McFry vs.Virgil
Disraeli once said "Travel road." Volunteer wive Edward McFry, divorce.
teaches toleration" and as I hope to bring you interes- get to hold Marilyn Jean Spindle vs.
such. It Is the most valuable of ting and Instructive tips ana enough to Leonard Wade Spindle,divorce.
human experiences." The voy- THE STURDY HOUSEBOAT, topics on traveloffthe year. First Florida Resource

ager soon learns to be tolerantof "Snowbird"*, takes the author beaten-path during 1964. checks At the for ( Corp.. vs. Carpenter's Local

new foods, of strange habits, and her husband on many Let me hear from you care passed out Union 1641 andCarpenter's Local -
of unusual customs and currencies of this paper If you have travel called to a Union 2261 Injunction.
exciting cruises In the Florida ( )
and, most Important of questions or comments. went to the
different types of people and Keys and the Bahamas, .
their beliefs.( The good travel-
$1,900 Damage As
ler can be the best diplomatand or more of double electrified
the greatest ally for world barbed wire fences, barren 2 Cars Crash HereA

peace that any country could strips of land with mines and between Volks-
want. It Is possible through traps trained dogs and armed collision a o mar [ 1 Q
and a Nash Rambler station -
humans wagon
travel that might some guards plus continually-manned
caused damage
day achieve that state of world watch towers spaced every wagon the
amounting to $1,500 to
and cultivation
understanding have been erectedto
long dreamed of by prophets mile stop or two travel. Only a few Volkswagen and$400 to the Nash tde most excUtog( coo MaH/ e /lesldenceCocaUon. (
shortly noonSaturday,according -
painters alike. Popes and Presidents check-points East German permit wishes passage.to If to police reports. .. (to oWapdes, rftoectfrj on l the Qu0J ...
an go
Mrs.B.M.Sent ell,1291 Royal
In my 10 years or more of but twokllometersawayon"theother ,
In The Moorings "
Palm Drive, was crossing the
travelling, both as a tour leader side," he must miles -
for the National AudubonSoc- to a check point obtain go papers Trail at Eighth Avenue Northat THERE IS A DIFFERENCEThese "
anoforourownCarrlbbean the time In the Volkswagon,
lety pass sentries, risk endless delays ;
while Kendall of
H. Chapman
Wildlife Tours, and as an indi- and then backtrack to his ." ', ".
vidual migrating between our Homestead was driving south In features make investment
destination just to accomplish your more
the Nash. Chapman pulled to
Adirondack hotel and Florida
houseboat and taking assorted he this must short repeat trip. Returning the procedure.home, the right to avoid the accident, valuable. Investigate today and select your
but unable do
was to so, according -
vacations, I've experiencedmost Consequently,landscape and
to Ice. choice location.
po
every type of travel pos- In East are
villages Germany
Mrs. Connie Kent, 725 Golf
sible. These peregrinations(on Address:
everything from mules to like still-life paintings. No- Drive, a passenger In the Sen- Gulf Shore Blvd. 1>>>>+ BlVD
moves much. Even tell SHORE
) body very car, was given emergency GULF
cowered the cows seem statuesque. Tra- treatment at Naples Community On the beach side

miles and taken me to 36 coun- vel Is a lost privilege Hospital, but was later released. \
tries and 28 states. Each new To view this "Wall" CUt- Mrs. Lona Jaegar, 725 Social Area

place Is like a new book and ting Its cruel swath through Golf Drive, was also a pas- Not leased land \\\\ y 60 ft, heated
the wonder of travel only increases forests and fields Is a chill senger In the car No char- /)}}/ r I I I pool
and sharpens with time. ing experience. Not even a rab- ges were filed ,AAttlea caaroat Large size social

Last summer I saw The Wall bit can cross without being ob- Myron Spencer, 18, of Fern r A1111t11D j room equipped 10
which brutally divides East and served. Every Sunday, thousands Street, Naples, was given a I J-/ West Germany A 1,000 miles of West Germans drive"I ticket for falling to have his 60
CAlANA guests.
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vehicle under control follow- r
ing an accident at 7:25 p.m. Private area for

Saturday night on Fifth Avenue OAArOATa CARPORT/ r W r- relaxing. Guest

South, near Tenth Street, dressing roomsLaundry

South. POOL
,
He told police that he was ) .t'v'

\ driving east In slow moving FC .-. ;y
Y traffic, and glanced away fora Manager's Office t
e '
j second or two and then found r ttesact uutoAr {{(( Room
,
.. Separate from main
that he was too close to the
car ahead to stop. The car buildings $TOAACC

In front of him was driven ; _a-
Beautiful !
by Randolf Pettit 1280 Em- Lounge .. '
bassy Lane. Damage to It was For your guests *>>+ ,Atcocts,

estimated at $100. Damage to
the Spencer car was placed at .4-.4 Gulf View from

$60. No one was Injured. 1 yet T all apartments
-4I ; k NQ

$..,53 Goods Lt aj'0 3 30 r' tine


Taken While Gas so' kyA 1a, GNU Extra spacious

1 AM FEVERED with the sunset, I am fretful with the Is Pumped In Car 10' O lAtcoNirs {{ grounds beautifully

I bay, For the wander-thirst Is on me, And my soul is While Jack Lamb was busy landscaped

In Cathay" Richard Hovey, "A Sea Gypsy" putting gas In a car, one of .. ,0' l '' ytc' ,,a
the occupant apparently removed \ d'e
'"
J' ., $4.53 worth of merchan. Carport have r. e
dise from the counter lit the of.
covered entrance to m
flee of the cities Service Station,' y Art $14,000 I in extra
,
Lamb discovered the los when all apartments hqi ; ho ...L.U.ttt.< furnishings and
3
he went Inside to ring up the t ;
') l ,t >w. '4 DI4 ?
dollar sale which was paid for q equipmentAll
by the presentation of a credit
card. The articles stolen werea two bedroom \ \
pair of sunglasses, valued at
eo ? $2.00, a compass, $1.95, 2 flash apartments have N a,
1 1f light batteries, 40 cents, and a 4-way ventilation APT The finest ofconstruction f
+ : t cigar $.08. In/ the meantime, by
and
no common j ///
the car with its two occupantshad "4, p f 11 <{{& Frank J.
Rooney,
vanished Police are chock. walls with another

Ing the name and address given apartment \ Inc.
r
on the credit card. 4

MEOW MEANS MAMALOUISVILLE
ky. (AP) All apartments l po
When Barney McCulloughs obtained I ys
in some price S All General Electric
..j .f/f
a striped alley cat a* a r
i \ Vw ,
pet, he had no idea *h. would range applicants kitchensAir
be unusual. thoroughly \
; :: Z The cat, now 16 year old, investigated .. t.A t.
recently JIVe birth to her 100th 4 Conditioned
and IOht kittens, a ha and heated

w C o o n o o o 11 /d

WANTED '
1 coe
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e nano P
O EXPERIENCED: 0 ,
HOTELso Large Balconies j /rtrr 2, 3, & 4 bedroom

Bell Captains o on all apartments Q 0 TuAlueanro *V W& apartments.

Bell Hopso TUANAAOUND

FAN PALM HAMMOCK, an Isolated stretch of Florida Desk Clerks BEACH 0,.,
For Gulf De Lure Resort
beach within the Everglades National Park, may be ,
Send Item me (give phone Q
I reached by outboard boat enthusiasts from Naples, Q number) to .

Flamingo or from the Keys (See U.S. Geodetic: map PO. fox 1161. Naples .::..... .-::-::.....= .
of Cape Sable). 000 0 0 0 j--- J--- ..--
Extra Large site :--- -

:'::1r.\l.i\ .:lr _iHllll: ..# .! : ." ;:< ,. ,;,."'t: .:) j 240 feet private beach -CUlf Of MEXICO-



", J11c.\fclto/s Art galleraH''L.II Designed for Florida Benches Not! For A Crowded City! Aw


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PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS

.:i Demonstration A small refundable deposit can hold a choice apartment

?' location while you compare other apartments or

).i :. by properties.

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-: &uk Gw.ppe n Furnished Model Open Daily 9:30.900: Phone MI 2-7272

Sunday 100.900: P. O. Box 576

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Thursday Feb. 6 8:30: P.M.' .
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Caroline Downing Ken Schryver George Guy
L .1 Reach Shopping Area +.. Staff '
i" Sales
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Ph. MI 2.7272 P. O Box 576
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