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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 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (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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I Keep Hands Off Cyprus, ro Says




Nikita To Britain, U.S.NICOSIA .


Cyprus (AP) -The peace force as "an armed In. ,
Soviet Union has Injected Itself vaslon. A
directly Into the Cyprus crisis In identical notes to leadersof
by warning the United States the United States, Britain
and Britain to keep their hands France Greece and Turkey
off the strlfe-torn Island. Khrushchev accused some mem.
While his ambassador calledon bars of the Atlantic alliance of
President Archbishop Makar. attempting to prevent a solutionby Allies
los In Nicosia Soviet Premier the U.N. Security Council
Khrushchev took up the Cyprus Khrushchev termed the pro.
Issue In Moscow Friday de. posed 10,000.man temporary
scribing a proposed North At. peace keeping force a "crude amble conduct of the Cuban gov.
lantic Treaty Organization encroachment on the sovereign. ) moment remains a constant
ty, Independence and freedom of + be threat to the peace of this hem.
h
Swamp Buggy the Republic of Cyprus, an attempt ww na. (sphere," the White House said.It .
to place this small neutral added that "these matters"will
state under the military a be discussed with other
1 Tickets Go control of NATO." \ Western Hemisphere nations in
He said the Soviet Union could the the Organization of American
On Sale Here not remain Indifferent to developments States and with the North At.
so close to Its southern lantlc Treaty Organization ale

Reserved seats for the borders. MEMBERS OF THE PANEL
annual Soviet Ambassador Pavel Yer. lies.Despite
initial anger at Castro's
February Swamp Buggy moshln delivered another Khru. which will be answering move the President's ad.

Races scheduled for Sunday. shchev message to Makarlos questions Tuesday eveningat vlsers now consider It a harass.
February 23, went on sale yes- but a spokesman for the Greek the meeting of the Naples ment rather than a serious
terday In Naples. They may Cypriot leader refused to divulge threat and therefore not requlr.
be obtained at Meadors Jewelry its contents. Senior High School PTSA Ing more forceful countermeas.ures. .
Store Fifth Avenue Rexall Although he has expressed meeting Include (above I l-r) .

Drugs and the Beach Store. willingness tb accept a foreign L. E. Predmore, county sup- The actions ordered by John.
police force on the Island, Ma. son will cost Castro more than
Mayor Archie Turner,Councllrnen -
karlos wants the troops under j ervisor of secondary education $5 million a year when they are
Dr. Francis Ford and
U.N. control. The United States ti r ; Ellen Whitsitt straight. fully curried out.
have been askedto
Casey Miller and Britain have rejected this The Guantanamo base em.
be judges for this year's condition because they regard It + ti.r A student; Wallace Woodruff ) te ploys about 3,000 Cubans, of
event according to Mrs.Rachel as an opening for Soviet Inter. principal; and Edmund h I whom SOO live on the base The
Blodjjett, secretary of Swamp ference on Cyprus Lowe, counselor. At left is I earnings of the 2,500 who \live
"
Buggy Days. Inc. which sponsors In the past the Russians have In Cuba proper have put more
Valera Barker
Mrs.
the affair. opposed U.N. peacekeeping operations county than $' million a year Into the
Between 38 and 40 buggies in the Middle East and supervisor of elementary education Cuban economy giving Castro
the Congo and Robert much needed dollars for use In
participated last year In the right,
In London the British For. dU>> International trade.
February race which was won elgn Office described Khru. e { Hoeffel, counselor. The was Officials said that the 2,500
by Benny Collins of Hialeah misrepresentation will held the that choice of mak.
shchev's note as a "gross meeting be In will be given the
t In "Trouble". The design of of the situation." ing their homes on the base or
auditorium
this buggy Is somewhat unique school at 8 p.m. In some cases spending their

according to Mrs.Blodgett.and 11i1 (NEWS photos) fob dollars there for such things as
te .
has been since copied by sev- Building Dept. by food and drugs Instead of mak.
eral other buggy owners.In Is Ing their purchases In the Cuban

the races last October Waiting ForWoodvard the economy.
Collins took an early lead In PTSA Says 'Pop, The Those who do not cooperateIn
the final race but "Trouble" these measures to keep the j
Bid dollars away from the Castro
developed trouble and went government will be dismissed ,

dead so that Tony Car/no of Naples Building Official Ben Information Ex. It was said.HAVANA .
Immokalee in "Rain Drop"
Pinkston says he hasn't been
roared In to an easy win and (AP-prime Mln. I
Issue
called on to a build- )
won the championship. yet the later Fidel Castro says Cuba
Whether Collins will be back Ing permit to Demon Woodward, "A golden opportunity to learn "Are our Fri has no Intention of using force:

in-mis race Is' cot definitely who plans to build a six-story more about our schools"; js the rrotto read:.by tj?.>.. .,- to evict the United States from I.
known but reports are that he 'cooperative apartment en the f for Tuesday night's meeting of the methods?" r.b j O\IantUl+rh, lsy, o
"We are not planning a flg/ie
has been building new buggy Gulf.The structure which will be Naples Senior' High School. PTSA. The "If a to for the Guantanamo base," Castro .

and will be on hand. called the Royal Palm Club meeting will be held In the school want to go on told newsmen Friday night
Ann Davis of Naples was the discussionat Castro said.Cuba's only res.
evoked a prolonged I
winner of the Powde Puff Derby Wednesday's City Council auditorium at 8 p.m. ation, what eon for halting the flow of freshwater I

last faU.Two meeting. Plans call for the A panel of experts is prepared to "Does the on to the big U.s. Navy In.

building to be built within 35 answer questions from adults and students prepare our (Continued on page 10)

More Lawyers feet of the controversial seawall about the schools. What do you "Can a girl rac.,1' ., McDowell

May Seek Post Of which was erected last want to know about the operation of life and still get SaysLet's
month astride the In
mean high
"
water mark. the high school, the junior high or the school? Stiffen

Attorney General Council appeared more con- elementary schools? "Why did .

!TALLAHASSEE AP Two cerned over the seawall des The parent submitting the "mostthoughtprovoking" semester Candidate Rules
more attorney. were consider cribed as being "almost continuously question will wina
ing today Jumping Into the race In the thanIt There are ( -
water
live exotic orchid plant courtesy has ,I
for the
Florida attorney genera
did about what will be builton tion may win the i-
al's post. the lot the wall protects. Caribbean Gardens, plus getting an
the school no
They were Paul Klckllghter of high
Tampa former state senator Council decided to hold the mat answer to the inquiry.To I

and former Judge and T. David ter over until the next meet- qualify for the orchid, parentsare get. lLtth

Burns of Tallahassee, former Ing February 19. asked to write a question, sign Members of : n nr

special era!. assistant attorney gen. Meanwhile procedures Plnkston which must outlinedthe be their name, and send it to PTSA president Predmore,

Both men confirmed Friday followed by persons planning Alan Foster, care of the Naples ondary education !: ,. r

that they were checking Into to build apartment structures. Senior High School. But your questionmust er, county
their chances throughout the
state to determine whether to Complete building plans first reach the school tomorrow.A education; E. dis
must be Inspected and approved few submitted Hoeffel school
typical questions ,
and
run.Atty. by the Florida Hotel
Gen James Kynes re.
cently appointed to the post by Restaurant Commission's supervising so far are: "What are we doing about Woodruff, ;

the governor has announced as architect In Fon My- the 'new' math?" Ellen Whitsitt, ) 4f.

a candidate for a full term. Earl ers. Cooperative apartments .
Falrcloth of Miami also has for. are included In FHRC's statutory -
mally announced jurisdiction over public the
House OKs

Spell-Down For lodging vice establishments and public food. Pinks ser- Group Biggest ) the an .,

ton said. WASHINGTON CAP) The search and development funds not a
Planned Then the plans have to be approved House Armed Services. Commit. bill. ) : in
The
County by the health department tee today approved legislation for research lncluded$6,301,500OOC and development. : ar. GOODLOE MCDOWELL

,followed by Inspection and authorizing 910,914,800,000 for In previous years the Research this .... City Councilman Goodloe McDowell .
Early In AprilThe approval by the City Building military procurement larg. and Development funds were Is proposing that qualifications I
Department which Plqkston est for this purpose In the na. for Council: membership .
first announcement of the heads. tlon's history $IZI. be stiffened by requiring
County Spelling Bee, sponsored The building official who Included Is $92 million not Wilkinson Wants ., candidates to be registered free
annually by the Collier County notes that "Council is my asked by the pentagon for de. holders i
News, has gone out from the boss," will hold up issuanceof velopment of a new low level Legal Name 'Bud' The Item will be placed on the
office of School SuperintendentW. penetration bomber, which A and February 19 Council agenda It
D. Reynolds stating the finals a permit for the building In would eventually replace the NORMAN, Oka.! (CAP) For. .. will take an amendment to the
will be held in early April. question If plans come In prior nation's aging D52 and B58 mer Oklahoma football coach City Charter to alter present
One division of the spell down, to the next Council meeting. bombers and for an Improved Charles Burnham Wilkinson has are qualifications for Council memo
will be held In the Everglades But If Woodward comes in manned Interceptor asked District Court to changehis bership.
gymtorlum on Tuesday April with a writ of mandamus along The Defense Department name to one already famil. McDowell said he bel1.vedthat
7, at 8 pjn. The other division with his plans, there will be no asked for $17,183,300,000 on Jan. iar to football fans -Bud WUkln.\ m two or three of the candidates: ,
spellers will match words on choice left for Plnkston but 14, but the committee cut it son. )'. none of them .ucceutul.1n "
Thursday April 9, in the Carver to sign the permit he said $270.5 million Wilkinson la a candidate for .. cent election were not property
cafetortum also at 8 p.m. Its approval was In record the Republican nomination for owners. Candidates presently are
Th. announcement going to the (Continued on page 10) time All the cuts were In re. the U.S. Senate. un. required by charter to have "all t
principals of the various county of the qualifications of an elector."
schools reviewed the rules This means they also must be
governing the contest for stu. Two Yanks Upset Skiing World Taking registered voters City Attorney
dents In grades four, five and David Cptngler ruled when can.
six. Schools are to hold run. .... ,I lldate Edward Durno was disqualified .

offs prior to April 1 and may INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP-, the two, gate-dotted courses on Terry McDermott of Essexvllle, \ on election day
enter a school champion and A pair of daring 20.year.old Blrgltzkoepfl Mountain in 2 minutes Mich., In speed skating. Um Splngler said he will check
runner-up in the finals. American students, Billy Kldd 11.3 seconds. The Russians continue to '!with the state attorney general's
Prizes will go to the first and Jim Heuga rocketed to sib Kldd was timed In 2U1.27 for dominate the Games, with a \ .. ,office to determine If McDoweu-.t
three places In the individual ver and bronze nisdals today In the two runs and Heuga, un. total of 24 medals, but after a ton !. proposal Is legal McDowell<1
school contests. Ribbons will be the slalom <,a i im finest UJS. seeded and an unfavorable 24th sluggish start the Americans } he understands Fort Myera presently
awarded plus a $3 cash prize men's All' 'u<' kkling perf>rnwance in the original starting list, was have finished the big ice and go, ; requires members of their
for the school champ.In ever In the> winter Olym. clocked: in 2:11.52. snow spectacle on a high note. of city commission to be free.
the finals, the champion pic Gam... The United states never be. The Soviets picked up their holders
will get a $25 Savings Bond, Kldd, of Stowe, VU, and Heu. fore had won a medal In men's 24th medal earlier in the day- A ( McDowell Is making his pro.
plus a pin emblematic of first ga of Tahoe city Calif., a 145.: Alpine skiing in the Olympic a bronze third-In the back the posal he says, because those
place. Pins and ribbons will go pound college boy from the Uni. Games, although its women breaking XkllomeUr< men's ski the In who decide what the ad valoremtax
to second and third, plus cash versify of Colorado stunned the have fared well. relay race, won by Sweden rate will be should be tax.
awards of $10 and $3, respect skiing world with second and!" The two medals raised the Attar Roennlund of Sweden payers. It would look strange if
tively. third place finishes behind Jo. American cache to six, Includ. put on a tremendous spurt over the a Council consisting of rent-pay-
Cindy Carpenter sixth grader sef (Pepl) stlegler of Austria. Ing two Alpine skiing medals the final 10,000 meter leg- -2 It ; : era decided the property tax
at Lake Park last year was Olympic observers called It a silver and bronze-for plucky miles-to overtake the Russians I rate, the councilman said
county champion In her division. the "biggest upset In Olympic Jean Saubert of Lakevlew, and finally the flying Finns cols 54., Council members pass upon
Phyllis Fry son, sixth graderlast skiing history" Ore.} a bronze for the 14-year who had shot into second place. of 1 other items, such as general
)ear at Bethune was championIn Stiegler maintained Austria' old figure skating whit, Scott The United States finished ble obligation bond issues, which
her division. Neither will be supremacy la the event, unbrok. Alien of smoke Rise, N. J., and 13th la the field of 15 teams, first : affect only freeholders McDowell
eligible for competition thi.year. en since 1932, by shooting down' gold-the only one-for barber beating out only Britain and the / pointed out.

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Sea r"n-; Cooking tf


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Secrets
l By C.tily Brownilon.

bean art ever ao popu
s Green
QUESTION On the beach at
} } this
4 lar when served way.
F Lauderdale by. the Sea.

ro my niece found a small blue Broiled Fish potato Sticks

creature about one Inch length Sniveled Green Beans

and thick u a postage stamp Jt i.sun i. and Mushrooms

had thrlteen, feelers on one leg : Salad Bowl Bread Tray

eleven on the second leg and Caramel Custard Beverage
nine on the third. It was put ,

in a container and an am was ,w II SNIVELED GREEN BEANSANDMUSHROOMS

'placed In the container with It. 1.,
It curled up backwards over the ;, 1 pound snap beam
1 boiling\ water i
ant sticking a feeler \In the rfnt. cup
1 teaspoon salt \V
When it uncurled it left 2 tablespoons butter or margarine
I
the feeler in the ante 1 medium onion, chopped
.killing It. We have lived here i can (6 ounces) chopped mushrooms -

six years and 1 have never drained
seen such a creature beforr. Cut ends from beans and scrub:

Can you tell me what it was? in cold water, cut into 1/2-inch

Mrs. T.B., Fort Lauderdale.Fla. crosswise pieces with slanted
I ends. Turn into a 10-inch skillet
--- k with the boiling water and salt;
FLOWER TOP-Model ANSWER The blue animal v boil gentlycovereduntil tender-
you describe is a shell-less Drain. In
Cltnna Richards wears a close snail whose Is -.____- _. '_'" "" y ........11. pr- crisp, about 8 minutes.
name Glaucus. the clean dry skillet melt the
fitting cachet-chignon ef large of The name is derived from a mythical WINTER FUN-It looks as though these skaters are having a lot of fun on an ice rink outdoors, but they are butter and add the onion and \
.ilk daisies. It was one r
1964 creations exhibited Greek deity called Glau actually indoors, performing in an ice show given by the Manhattan Savings Bank in New York City Skaters are mushrooms; cook gently until F
Spring cus, son of Minos and Pastphae from left Diane Ames. Jane Broadhurst. and Dianne ice onion is golden. Add drained .. .
at New York fashion show. and borther of Phaedra. It is Penny Doyle Kennedy. They perform an bane beans and reheat. Makes 6' to 8 I II
;
A BRAKE, A BOTTLE also the Greek word for blue other general characteristics? servings. ,I

AND SPEED green. These animals float at L.S., Buhl. Idaho.
I
NEW YORK(P-John Thornton the surface of the open ANSWER: These fish belong I Tax Pointers From Your Uncle Sam t 1 1RTIq 1i

of Flushing, Queens, steppedon 't'A. where they feed upon the to two different families which A slightly different version of sF Y
the brake pedal and his cat jellyfishes and the"blue sails" are not closely related. The one of our favorite pies.

went faater. that you may also see on the family Salmonidac.contains the "r.1 1040 U.s. !NDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURN-1963

into Aa a Thornton.65 supermarket, pulled parking his lot cat, beaches of Florida. Glaucusis salmons and the rainbow.brown, .tY!!ttwn row.Dooo'iww......_I." n.Me'-. __ . n1ti.MV....................... ....IC....... taco-w...'w ..rhw'N ';- Chef Seafood. Salad Chowder Bowl and Cracker Rolls
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often blown ashore by easter cutthroat,lake and brook trouts. I ( I I I I ( I i
soda bottle he was returning -
an empty Chiffon Pie Beverage
felt off the seat. ly winds during winter months The spotted weakfish or spotted --tN 264.48-4924 Pumpkin ON THE BEACH-It must
but individuals be over' ::""-'' 261.54.7732 DO 59 be a wonderful thing for a
The bottle rolled under the may seat rout, Cynosclon nebulosus t PUMPKIN CHIFFON PIE "
brake pedal.with the neck across looked because of their small belongs ot the croaker family ...-<.J. Jam L 6. MART LOU JONES .- 1 "; 1 envelope unflavored gelatin frisky dachshund pup to go

the gas pedal. feize. They are often blown Sclanenldae. It Is one of the .::-:=err 210 SHIm ST I 3/4 cup firmly packed\light brown for a walk on the beach at \
his -'a...It WILLISTON PEA . a w
Thornton
When applied ashore with
along Portuguese many species prized for food -.. sugar Sapphire Bay, St. Thomasthe l
brakes, the neck of the bottle Men-of-War "blue sails' and and angling qualities. The cor- 1/2 teaspoon salt
Islands. t
depressed the gas pedal and the violet snails since they all live vina of California the 2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Virgin Pup'spretty
car crashed against the side of gray i jowl whim and you married in 1963,enter wale, prevlout name 3/4 milk owner's name is ,
together in the open sea. The' weakfish or squenteague of the cup
the store smashing the brick blue color Is characteristic of mid and north Atlantic coast of t:' IM-iod 5""" ioinI-I..U l onl,_had i...._>....1 IUoo.w.M Head 01 ?M o I rs-o-t......."' ..).il I 1-1/2 cups canned pumpkin Ann Clarke.Beckwith.
wall windows and themanager'
two No many drifting animals of the the United States and various ..."..,......chld..1 10''... _1'.1 Ci./I>/u.o6a".Ii/.r..Jli./rJ, 3 eggs, separated
office.
hurt. one war high) seas. species of croakers are mem p.Mrt a..ti cMniiK a wee_..*.<. .IHCOMi-II_r.s_"'"HI_>*ta_a.__......rraw 1/4 cup granulated sugar Can'tUnderstand I
1. ,nlanM.tips SIC, and Icett of ollowonetf o'I I (01 '- -r- 9-inch graham cracker-nut pie
: :=
bers of this In the W09M. : :: ter..._
family. .. ..:. saw.. ..ar.e.( .o we) shell
H. W. CLOUS QUESTION What is the difference -
continental United States thereis Why
1/2 heavy (whipped,
rtnretcnnnf theMETROPOLITAN between the speckled = ==::' :===: ::i cup cream
only one fresh-water speciesin sweetened and vanilla-
t lightly
INSURANCE COMPANY LIfE salt-water trout also knownas the croaker family and that =:::: ... .:::::::::::::::::=:--:::---::- ._ flavored) He wasn't Freed
j .
I n.N.u AMW*New T.* I* M.,. the "weakflsh" and other Is the fresh-water drum or 1 2. Total : '. : -- In the top of a double boiler JACKSON, Miss (AP) Dfe \
Life and Personal Accidentand types of trout specifically rain sheepshead. Aplodlnotus grunnlens. q 3. "Side po.," t Included In I I'.1......,, mix together well the gelatin, tense lawyers prepared today

Health I Insurance' bow trout and the steelhead II 4. Subtract line 3 front I' ....__..._.. ...., brown sugar, aalt and pumpkin for a legal fight to free ByronDe
f 0 Bu MS Ml MMI Are there significant differences The name "trout"has been I So.DwdendsSckdul( \ ...-. ..-, pie spice. Stir in milk, then La Beckwith on bond |>en ........... in size coloration and. applied to these two dif 1I.1nSchedul.. .--- _, pumpkin; whisk in egg yolks. ing a new trial on a charge of
very coy. cRcnli.loyoliiM, This I. .... U. .. ledl.llv.l IM_ ...._. .._. Cook and stir constantly over murder.
ferent kinds of fishes due to 6aBwimM income T.a a.hwa, Pane 1040, lee leas ...--. ..., boiling water until hot through Beckwith, 43, segregationist,
the superficial resemblance bSol m ex which has be.. ,,wild to PisrldeoFam ...M._._......... ....., and gelatin ia dissolved-about had confidently expected to
NEW MOORINGS HOME them, in the 6 N... .... dr.ee./ :
tween mostly spotted taxpayer gr. 10 minutes. Chill over Ice cubes stroll the streets of his home.
appearance. Weakfishes t 7. Total ( label. >...,.,1... asses, e4tIreu, eM ....M..l...., and water, stirring often, until town, Greenwood, this weekend.
have no adipose fin, such as 8. Poynw _I.' SMvrlty ..-..... Internal 1 e_, mixture will mound. Beat egg Instead he was still In a cell,
3 BEDROOMS fresh-water trouts possess 9. Total b10.ToiTo ..*- sake H.. pvMfe ta IMtkh .....___...1...., whites until stiff; gradually beat astonished by a mistrial
they have well developed ca- ( pre.dM..s.1 ....... P. expedite d... I In granulated sugar until very The all-white jury in the 12.

2 BATHS nine" teeth In the upper Jaw VIUt '..adlby. N y.wase..r ..Idr.ud5 ) stiff, fold in thickened pumpkin day-old Circuit Court trial wu .
(not found In fresh-water trout) eel ins eh.el.d. ,.. r.gvest.d t.sa.k. ..). mixture. Turn into pie ahell; dismissed Friday after reporting i
and they have larger mouths. ttttecM _..-, cerrectIeM a. chill until firm. Garnish with I itself deadlocked. It had dellb.
$24,750 Excellent Terms Cam .... label. whipped cream. erated 11 hours.
The scales are much larger in h.d n. Beckwith, who is white, was j

weakfishes than among fresh- ,:':;'r' Ucvrlty mimb r. (II) ahwld.. I. ...... charged, with I gunning ,down I
MVW Ce; JONES water1 trouts and weakflshes 1 Z i ......peal with yewrwpp -W't' ? ,. ; .i : i., ,.;, *ROME lAP) The Roman "' 37fTa Negro, 1
Catholic Church icntcreiM'a
rrraaa 4LT pa y"e two dpsawith seven,. ,u,. Till a- a ewe, IICCIIVtIt s.wb.r e.rd" sad e..M I.13o Ie dgU'iEve.ffi"r of the National
tf .rWlSl teas Ir.r r of its with
new epoch life
Iii R to eight spines, followed by a Dmd.nde the .",..n... ... ,w) Ie TMb determination and energy"through new Association for the A long series of soft dorsal R.t lenlent right-Ken c nt.r .< tfco ro>.n vancement of Colored People.
rays. ,
actions of the Second
Weakfishes are I .-...-" (!- 1IPr..*.) This wIN .leer.d Mrs. Evers declined commenton
Ml 2-4450 351FlftK_ Av. S. more by Florida probably anglers sought than ....CNCI.t treditla; .. teass eM ,...... .. observer Vatican said Council I, o Protestant, the 'outcome.Jurors .

.Total (add I.nei ,..f".t.. their belong.
j packed
any other species. Most weigh r The RevLtr. K.E. Skydsgaard.of .
14. Balance(wbtnct .. and
ings as quickly as possible
between 1 and 7 pounds but they .I. the Lutheran \\\urlJr-ederalion
Tom "from NCOIIIPUI. left the courthouse. Judge LeonF
tf run as high as 15 In. said the council'it schema on
may pounds
Total (add \alive 14 ". Hendrick urged them not to
ecumenism (Christian )
t APLES MHEATBE with grayweakfish running per- w 1 7. S.mploym nl tai ( forward "idea which unity would talk to anybody .about their deliberations
WEE"* '" EATIE PBOOEAM haps even larger, although few M 1 18. Total tai (add l liNe'60 e -' have puts been .
of any exceptional size are 1 19o.To. wiKUld C line 4. column (0)) oboes) . . drowned earlier." in
Period Of caught anymore. The flesh of b1963 Eilimah lai paymwli and cradilf.._._..._ ._.._.._._._._..... _ kuspcion and hOlltillt)

FEBRUARY 1th THRU FEBRUARY 15th the spotted weakfish is soft, t c Total (add lime 19a iandb) . .( """ . . . '
but considered of TAX .UK 01 fUND 1 r I
good eating 2" E paymerhh(lin.19 are fee"elan* tal (line'8)),erder Balance Due rj w",1ie'" -

DEAN Who'sBeen quality. J1, V payment. (line 19c) oi', )age than- Ion (l line 1 B),tnlw Ovwpaymwit.n. . . .-+ .

SUN MARTIN ) Not quite enough mincemeat Amount of line t1 you with credited to 1964 Eitimotod lox . . . .
"piMe""' left for a pio" You can fill out 71. Subtract line ?S from it. Apply to 0 U.S Savings BonA,with" .1.Fund.cI1 QI a RJ-I end
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I grateful to
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SPRINGS (AP-.A U.S the 685 residents
441 collision early today klllec Naples
WED. c J(' ." three University of Florida stu who complimented mo with

THUR. III&VE+aw..Uw dents. 'their vote on Tuesday. It
[ e The Florida Highway Patrol 1
FRI. listed the dead as John FrankllrWeber : was particularly gratifying

19, and George Arthur in view of the high calibreof
SAT. Deltz jr., 18, both of West Pain-
SUNDAY DINNER Beach; and Royal Maver CoaU the other candidates In

"...I.bl. Min..trone SOtIII jr., 17, of Avon park. the race.
ROAST FRESH HAM The youths were riding in ar SBBBBBSHBBHB
automobile which collided with If Naples residents of
Sege Or..na and Apple S.ue. believe that I can be
large truck driven by Henry R,
Buttered New less Crow 41, of College park,Ga. servIce to the community, I will welcome their

e Snow Flab Potatoes e) [ Crow who suffered bruises, support and vote in the runoff.

Chef' SaladDFt.d. L told the patrol that as he toppeda
a. rise In the road he saw the
Butter, Coffee
students' car "Oshtaillng" north
. 11 Period Of H PORTRAIT-princes.I toward him.

I 1 H FEBRUARY 'tli I0tk t FEBRUARY 14th 15th Btitrlx of the Netherlands I. He said the car slewed around James T. Mayfield
sidewise and came into his lane
for
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I .For Final I Tax Still Castro Hunting CITY MotivesJOHNSON Tex. CAP- ,., W JfilllPtl _arty i




President Johnson and his ad. .... .... ill --
Cut Bill VoteBy
visers made up their minds
early on how to meet Cuban
JOE HALL Prime Minister Fidel Castro's
WASHINGTON (AP) Dem. latest challenge. Then they tried
LADIES If haven't been the
enjoying many
you
icratlc congressional leaders, unsuccessfully to uncover a WITH OUR
purred on by President John.
ion, today fixed Feb. 19 or 20 motive White House sources Indicated advantages of shopping at SUNSHINE SUPREX LOW FOOD/
is the foal for final action on today that the decision to try
he largest. tax cut In U.S. his. to make Guantanamo naval Please come in! We'll win your heart too! PRICES
ory.The base self-sufficient in terms of s
benefits including more water and manpower was made
lollars in take-home pay would Friday morning
segln about the first of March. Conferences held during the
The Senate passed Its $11.6. afternoon prior to public an.
:sllllon version of the legislation nouncement of this policy the -
t rldaY, 77 to 21, well ahead of sources said, were devoted
the original Feb. 11 deadline largely to an examination of
fixed by Its leaders. Cuban motives and a study of / .A
Even beforo the final vote, long.range prospects. D I '0{
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Johnson was conferring with his The decision was based on
Capitol Hill lieutenants about various alternatives drafted ,. .rfIiiJ
speeding up plans for the Sen. months ago In expectation of
ate>House conference to recon. such trouble. it was released at
die the differences between the an early evening press briefing. ?
two chambers' versions. Johnson and the other con.
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I Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D-Va., ferees were known to have wondered
who heads the Senate delegation aloud whether Castro ::4rt.
i told a reporter It was de. perhaps with Soviet prompting
tided to begin the conference was trying to test the new >! s
1 next Monday Instead of Feb. 17 American president. They also 1

., : as planned earlier. considered the possibility that
He said that the conferees Cuba wanted to add to the hem. .l
I
{ could meet only on Monday and isphere burdens of the United a ''\
o ';
I Tuesday next week since Repub. States, already saddled with : # I '
llcans will be leaving town for trouble In Panama. -. :'. ...
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Lincoln Day speeches.But The President and his top mil. \'rlt "
he said the explanation of itary, diplomatic and intelll* ". ..: :

t what changes the Senate made gence advisers have yet to4 Mrs, Hanna Kiep ..
In the fll.l.billlon version figure out exactly what was be. ,
passed by the House would be hind the Cuban decision to cutoff .'
covered In those two days, so the flow of water to the 1m I
/ that voting can start when the portant naval base. Mrs. Hana Kiep Of German 1

conference reconvenes on Feb. The Guantanamo situation
17. continued to claim some of the d
\ sen. George A. Smathers, _D. president's attention today as .. .. .. .,
1 Fla., another conferee, said that he watched for any Cuban Embassy Staff To Talk Here
under this schedule the Senate. to the selfsufflclency
response ,
House group should be able to moves. He kept in touch with "The Best Of Meats For Miles Around"U.S.
I come up with compromise bill Washington officials by tele Mrs. Hanna Kiep will be the German Embassy In Washingtonand
by Feb 18 or 19. A final vote phone and government teletype. speaker at the regular meet later as Consul General I Ir I
I could come one day later. Johnson flew to his ranch Ing of the Naples Woman's Club, New York returned to Germany -
I If this schedule Is met, the home Friday night to spend the at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb after resigning from the CHOICE -
I benefits of the bill should start weekend before going to Austin ruary 12, at the club building foreign service In protest
flowing about March 1. The Sen. 65 miles away, to attend Sunday on Park Street. against the National Socialist STEAKT 9.29CHOPPED 1
I ate version provides that the re funeral services for Mrs. JesseC. Mrs. Kiep Is Women's Affairs Government. He became a leadIng STRIP I : :::'
ductlon In and salary
i i
wage Kellam, wife of the managerof ( Secretary of the German figure In the resistance
withholding to reflect the cuts television and
the Johnson
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Embassy in Washington. This movement to Hitler and was executed
In Income tax rates shall begin radio stations.
one week after the bill is signed. position was created In 1951 In the Nazi purge that
The Senate completed Us con and she Is the first woman to followed the 1944 attempt or I
a slderatlon of the bill In seven Judge To DecideIf hold It.Her. Hitler's life. Mrs. Kiep wa s,

days, four of them Involving husband the late Dr. also arrested and kept in pri- 894
night sessions. On the final vote, Kennedy Must Otto C. Kiep served in the son for several months. SIRLOIN PATTIES

'56 Democrats and 21 Republl. Come To CourtCHATTANOOGA United States from 1926 to When the time came for rebuilding Ibe
cans supported the bill. Opposedwere 1933 first as counselor In the the shattered fabric ol f
11 Democrats Including Tenn. AP) .
( German social life she was one
and 10 Re -u.s. Dlst. Court Frank
eight Southerners Judge
publicans.The Wilson may decide over the Beef Industry In who realized that a great dea
House and Senate ver. weekend If Atty. Gen. Robert F. would depend on the extent tc
slons are Identical In their rate Kennedy should answer a de. Florida BoomingFlorida's which women associated them: GROUND) 794LOCAL I Ir
CHUCK
nation's 80 trial selves with public affairs.
reductions for the fense summons in the of booming beef Indus,'
{; million individual and 550,000 James R. Hoffa on charges of try now has a popluatlon of some Mrs. Kiep was assistant tc lb.,

corporate taxpayers. Thus there jury tampering. one-and-a-half million head, r .,, the district governor of Wurz-
S Is no question of their eventual Lawyers for the president of ports Dr. T. J. Cunha, headof burg, Bavaria In charge ol f r
I Ii'
j adoption. the Teamsters Union got subpoenas the University of Florida'sAnimal ; youth affairs. In 1946, she be -
The Senate bill, however, for Kennedy and twi Science Department for came' head of,the.foreign( section : ..
l would immediately cut the 18 other top Justice Department of. Sta. > I
the Agricultural Experiment:: \neBlvarlanRedCr6ss,. \
per cent withholding rate to 14 ficials just before court re. 1.19Hawaiian
tlons. In 1950 she was appointed Wo
I per cent instead of to 15 per ceased for the weekend. The This is an increase from 353! ,. men's Affairs at the FRESH OYSTERS
Secretary
cent as voted by the House. summonses climaxed a hectic 000 In 1929 Beef production has Can
House managers have Indicated day of name calling by the do- Increased from only 42 million German Consulate In New Yorl r I It
that they will go along with fense and a near fight between to 342 million pounds while the and later transferred In the
the lower rate, which was asked Hoffa and a W5. marshal.A Income from the sale of cattle same capacity to the Germa t !
by Johnson but perhaps Insist Justice Department spokes and calves has soared from $3VSi Embassy In Washington.Mrs. .
that companies be given longer man In Washington said the sub million to $67 million Klep's primary fund lor I A KM) I
than one week to put It Into ef. poems were unnecessary."If Dr. Cunha states that in ad. In the United States is to con SWEET PEASAKMdl'H'S 2 Cam 29c
In checks. the decides that theattornf'Y
feet issuing pay judge
dltlon to these Increases there tribute toward a better under
firms have said it is 1m. and assistant
Many general has also been a significant rise between the America '
standing
possible to do it In a week. attorney general can contribute Punch l.t'NCIIKON MEAT: .
of Florida's cattle.However .
In the quality and German people, she has
When the 14 per cent rate relevant testimony of course TREET c.39c
even greater emphasison
takes effect, It will pour an ad. they will be willing to go to quality will be neededIn often declared. !
dltional $800 million a month Chattanooga without being sub. Thehostesses for the meet lnj: i"'ICAN'O AMhKICANSPAGHETTI
the future Dr Cunha.
administration said. says will Mrs. R.D. Case, chair. Large 26> UI,
Into the economy. The poenaed, the spokesman Florida by /
"There is no reason why 89 2STOMK 45c
Is counting on this to Subpoenas were Issued forKl'nnf'dy cannot produce excellent man Mrs. G.F. Prideaux,Mrs. 3 CANS $ Can,.
economic create FBI Director J. Ed.
stimulate growth
quality beef," he stresses,"beef Mathias Bernard Mrs. Hoi'
more Jobs and bring In additional gar Hoover and Herbert Miller, that will compare favorably with combe A. Jones, Mrs. Ira Me- a : 'SCREAM '
tax revenue. who heads the department's that produced anywhere else." Farland, and Mrs. Chaunce), Pard STYLE CORN 9 cllt1l35c;
criminal division.
However, to accomplish this, the Smith.
Find Argentine The defense wants Kennedyand use of better quality cattle and KAMA
the others to appear Mon. better feeding and management ---- Food GRAPE JELLY IN Oi. Jar 37C
Train Collision day for a special hearing on Us practices must be pmphulzt'd.Florida's THEY FELT THE HEED Dog
charges that Hoffa and his five DAN1LLSON. Conn. (AP( I
be Industry curren.
C'O M KTOCI8
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Due To Negligence codefendants are being spied on tly produces only 20 percent of was a bitterly cold night bu
BUEN06 AIRES (AP) An I by government officials here. the better quality beef consum. tale police laid that wi* ni> PUMPKIN PIE MIX 2 c... 39c
Argentli e State Railways Wilson said he would study the ed by Floridians With the state's exeunt for starting a fire in ,I $1 00
spokesman said Friday that t matter during the weekend. population Increasing by at least phone booth. CANS M W4. MLIIKKT'H: I
"grave negligence" by two slg.najmen ., Meantime, he said, Kennedyand 200,000 annually, this meansthat They charged two men will h %S'IIIPPEDMARGARINE pa 129c
\ caused the header I the others need not heed the an additional 31,000 fat steers injury public service:. facility
crash of a crowded passenger subpoenas "until further or. will be needed each year just The men said they started thi a
train and a standing freight dered by the court." to meet the demands of our new fire in the outdoor booth to keel P
train that resulted In 13 known cltUens. warm when their car broke down
dead. "a

The crash occurred last Sat County AgendaThe I,
_urday near Altamlrano.
agenda for Tuesday's I

MONTHLY meeting of County CommissionIs :- ':
as follows
900 am. Reading of board a. t /,
PEST CONTROL minutes. r Sa

1 SERVICE 9:15 a.m. Report of county ," i il '
engineer.
10:00 a.m. Report of county ;
ants rats mite health and welfare : /l I
silverlisht 10:30 sum. public hearing $..r
>tN roaches new zoning regulation.
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I 10:45 a.m. P.S. Shearer, Re e I
Lot 16, Col.Lee.CoTerrace,East 4 iA.

Naples. GUAQow.\ 1
11:00 a.m. Guy Stovall re .
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fur tae s.ae ee p r hee Welcome Station.Ui30 % f
ow.
a.m. public hearing re /
county insurance needs
Title Company 12 noon Recess for lunch.
1:30 p.m. city Manager Vince
of Naples Wood and Water SupU Bill .' I
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Savidge re water rates outslddof
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS Naples city limits. I '

Peppard MI 2-USI Bide 2:00 p.m. Atty Tom Brownre ; y--- I I .':;,;Jt\fI. I I.iIJJ ? I

plat. Everglades Shores, Unit .' .
eal Filth Av, So. 1 tJ .. .
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2:30 p.m. General businessand f -

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P'et1.... Final Approve and pay bills I '-.!

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WHAT A MUGOn the dogwatch Mugsle appears to 125 Sib AVENUE, SOUTH (IOUANTITIEI IIMITEDHONI.MI) : 2-2757

TOM LOGAN PLUMBING have the expression of warning ai he resU under a lifeguard J

UJ Fifth .\r.. So. Phone Ml 2-2921 .r Mt 24412 helmet at a ir pool in St Peter burg, Fla ;1* .
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Why Not Finish No. 2 First? ; %' <.. ;.}. :! ; :

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The ways of governmental agenciesare to any project that will benefit the In. ; ;;

strange indeed. For instance, it is dians. They certainly are entitled to any <

reported that a third entrance to Ever assistance possible. )

glades National Park will soon be openedIn However, the need for aiding the :: f.J : ,

the vicinity of 40-Mile Bend on the Indians does not necessarily mean that

TamiamI Trail just beyond the Collier residents of Everglades and other Collier O. :

County line. This news is mystifying indeed County communities should be penalized ; .

to Collier Countians and some through allowing interminable delay in \k ...
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4 what upsetting. completion of the Park entrance here .
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There still remains much work to be while funds are channeled to the new i'..

done at the Park's Western Entrance at entrance. I..t.f.b.qr: : ;

Everglades before it will be completed. County and city officials, chambers of '

FJnds for the work have not been made commerce, and interested individuals

available by the Congress, despite efforts would do well to consider some sort of

by Senator Holland and Rep. Paul Rogers. combined effort to get the Park's Western ___ ANTI

Yet, money apparently will be made Entrance at Everglades completed before

available for the new third entrance a third entrance is opened. If approached -

directly on U.S. 41 which is certain to In the right manner, we feel IL1

detract from the popularity of both tha certain that the Florida delegation''in '

Flamingo and Everglades entrances.It Washington would make new and strong. I I

is understood that a huge Seminole er efforts to secure funds for completionof S : J

Indian "shopping center" village will be the No. 2 entrance before the third S I !

made a part of the new entrance near one gets underway. _. -

40-Mile Bend. No one objects, of course, At any rate, It's worth a trial I S :



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Mr and Mrs, Lester Norris, who spenda County News trophy as "Outstanding :;.::*.::t t.: ;:;: ..i1: *::fil# :::. (rij.\ j.: :; j i:

good part'of each year at their Kee- Citizens of the Year" by members of the \ >

waydin Island retreat here, have again Naples Chamber of Commerce. Stamps In The News PET
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come to the aid of the community by Mr. and Mrs. Norris can well afford
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contributing $15QOO toward construction the contribution to the recreation centeras I Af features

of the long-delayed recreation renter ( some local residents are certain to By SYO KRONISH

building in Cambier Park. say) but that they chose voluntarily to EACH YEAR Austria issues a new stamp honoring : : ;: : : :;: : :
This Isn't the first time Mr. and Mrs. : : ; ::
do so is another indication of their fondness "Postage Stamp Day" in that country The latest one

Norris have helped.the community. They for the community they have chosenas to be issued honoring this occasion is a brown .gray 3

financed rebuilding of the Naples FishingPier a "second home." schilling stamp with an additional value of 70 groschen

following destruction by Hurricane We feel we can speak for all Neapolitans Depicted on this new stamp is a view of the main post

Donna and generously donated toward In assuring Mr and Mrs. Norris office or Vienna showing its 'O
railroad
construction of Lowdermilk Park. that the community is quite fond of them and goes siding regularly where The mail Austrian comet r U _uW u> h" ,. ->:

For this they were voted the Collier with or without contributions. Postal Administration takes -.,
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particular care in the design of '
these annual stamps because it
lakes delight in publicizing its r
own efforts in the field of postal '
affairs and recel'e.. the additional :
others ,r values of the stamps which goes ""
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS to its postal workers fund .. fglEARIs
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A Chicago UNCONSUUTtD radio station COWS in the '"The 1964 supplement Gpyth, born 'for a hors.
fiche only circular stamps ul'd
Interest of ijclcnttflc.research and Florida's Marco Island II.H. Harris "Citation' .end Noh. mon, ;
** jn.\'Osllll\ | mail history. Alao in.rielaledt -
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a lattlt free advertising mtnllypuitwo SundurdJlbum are _\'
+ the newfYyfgmed
Holstein COWl In a department JI4I.JA sirs. .oJ ,vriJ4fa: .IIIHf:>> r )n!),A u : M those collectors countries ire of nhutnnR| lijlish "t-t f J r'tf6' !
store window with who wish to eep their collections dependl very much
earphr rclamped Discovered as yet by Antarctica Coco Inland,
to their heads. The cows .... right up to date. Supplement Ml Dubai. Sharja, South Georgia and mot In which you
f had identical ant .tIY and fnilk r.- 1 \ a comparative few, contains 224 profusely Ululated West New Guinea The mail I paper Shod may be '
,, with a total forbore O fairly lubltonlioi ,
production records. They pages space
were ,
\ this'alluring beachI price for this IH $2.50! and maybe C'I
milked! by the same hands and to.* than 9,000 stamps. f Illustrated( obtained directly from II.E neceuory In the
lived parallel lives except for one I t I t has the feel of the South Seas here are virtually all the stamps Harris & ('lI", Box A, BoMon 17. cold during the .
thing one cow heard soft music i issued during the past l yeai In- Mas. over th,* barn It atilt
through her earphones and the 'h,1 tJ \ by Peter t Barrett cluded are the popular Tel"lar.Red e e e fa littp a ho... ,

other was subjected. to rock and --.% .- paintings by Irene Layne Cross Ecumenical Council, Hit stable ncttdi 12 yf yfJ
rolL )..d Buropa and Freedom from Hunger India has issued a new stamp o horit to keep .
As anyone with a teen-age music from all atamp-iasuing counjiea. bearing a portrait of Mri) Eleanor without additional
lover within earshot could have EVER DREAM! of a swimming, fishing and shelling vacation on a Special pages are devoted to the Roosevelt and lommermirating should bt bedded ,
beach to wild and lonely it might be in Polynesia? unique net of Tonga gold stamps the I 15th anniversary of the human artificial' heating bt< J
out-tired Not for long, probably. Wanderer's luck brought me to such a Right Charter. The illustration hazard Involved
Lion remains unsolved: beach last summer on Florida's Gulf Coast I'd turned off the COLLIER COUNTY NEWS shows Mrs.wheel Roosevelt beside. a barn you provide for
How murh more milk would busy Tamiami Trail at Royal Palm Hammock to fish the roadside spinning e have adequate ..
both cows base produced If Ihpy'd.Iayl'd canals and followed the blacktop highway for eleven miles Published daily, except Monday requirements of a ho. (
In a nire quiet ham. Instead and Saturday In the afternoon by
of having to brood shout until it suddenly halted at sand. Beyond lay a shining crescentof the Collier County South,,Co.. Sierra Leone hall issued xu' poor ventilation con
Inc., 741 Twelfth Street
working for the kind of htinxin deserted beach, palm trees rustling. Telephone Midway 12107 for 1111dapartm.ntl. regular and si"i airmail stamps ipirotory dis.oa.The .
Shore birds and bobbed at the water's Some featuring three notable
who would pill 1t'Ow with ear dipped edge. event! in
phones in a department HUH- wino mullet flashed briefly in the sun, then splashed back into the blue- Subscription Rite the history of postal .nke. in I ---
dow MUwllukl'Jool'nlli.. green sea. My wife ran down to the water and tested it with a By carrier' or mall, payable In that country. One scene feature
foot. "Delicious! she called. advance. the establishment in 185)! of the
One Vise IIS. Six Months
THE We'd stumbled onto Marco Island, whose five miles of firm Three Month 13.75 '$750 oldest post office in Wentrica.( "I
MERCHANT Member of The Associated Press, The second illustrate the. issuance -
white "sugar" sand bordering the Gulf of Mexico are often calledFlorida' which, is entitled, exclusively to-the of the first postage stamps By
The Chicago Skyway, f oncclvrd last wild beach. Local people come here Tar a special use for republicatlon of all localnews in West Africa in I
1859 The third
Items printed In this I!
in
1954 and completed In 19:>8 al a swimming treat from Naples tome fifteen miles to the north and well as ill I AP news paper:. as features the newest general (post
cost of
JlOl.OOO.OOO has been a even from Miami, due east across the 'Glades. Marco's sparkling Entered as second elate matter at office in Seat Africa in I 19A3.
flop and rwsn't earned the Poet Office at ,
enough In Neples Flerlda
tolls to Gulf water is cooler than Miami's with a gentle drop-off along under Act of March 3, 1697.t. .
pay even the Interest .
on .
the entire shore. .,' .
bonds So : .
Mayor Dflley went to : :
Washington to ask Congress and Because there is a coral reef offshore Marco offers some of p ):t) : .' Vi 4!_

the nitlon'i taxpayers to ball the finest shelling in the United States. Perhaps you have never
the city out of Its difficulties, lie shelled and think it sounds rather silly, but wait till you come to AS.t< A".rTA
testified in support of a bill to Marcol! Shells lie in tide row, waiting to be picked in endless DmIIB1ACROSS LACE ERA P16
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have the! Federal Governmentpay
off re.TOO.OOO of the J86V variety. Use a big pen shell for a tray and fill it with cat's pawl, AVER.lAROINE: :
700.000 owed to bond.holders and sand dollars, cockles turkey wings, a Chinese alphabet or two PER TREE ..
then operate the Skyway u a and maybe a fighting conch, and you'll be hooked. 1. Camd' 21 Splash ..fORSERAC.
freeway.In Some shells of this vicinity are rare and extremely valuable. hair cloth 2t. Dry, IIt. ARCNEW.PAC.ALOOP.LOW.EfI
the! old days It was the classic My wife and I found none of these but shells gave us an unfor- Restore to wine ,
sport of New York con mon gettable experience one evening. We were sitting lazily on the heahh 25. Central ACRA6 RCP .
to "sell" the Brooklyn Bridge 8. Brother core .. .CULL.tP05HO"f.RED.POME
lo sand with our legs in the water watching pelicans wheel againstthe
visiting rubes If Mr.
Daley II seed 25. Animal
CM pull off this one he will have sunset when a big wave threatened my wife's beach bag. Prtekly
pix>ved himself far superior to the As the wave receded we saw hundreds of green, amber and ruby coal 27 Nurtured VLE.5Al..OPENTAxTRV.TE.NT
12. Heraldic 30 Takes leave
lot, Chicago Tribune.TAXPAYERS lights flashing all around us in the wet sand. Thee were tiny :
3S. Hard blow
coquinas, live shells half an inch long and tipped on end as they bean$1 3t. Equable so LOTION OF YISTIROAT'S PUZLIU.

MIX struggled to bury themselves quickly. They flashed like jewels action 3$. Moham.U. Chin. 3. Semitic '
with the low sun shining through them. By the next wave they'd PbtUpl'lne mtdan lerlpnegylto t. Expect
Allor us feel 1 pretty futile disappeared. Several waves later, when we'd begun to wonderif lures U money, Cupcl 5. Bombyat6.

voices sometimes aren't being heard convinced In our it had all been just a trick of the sun's glare, there they were 15. GlacIer at 35. Pit viper Thorough. 6. Adam'I-' \
attain But they governmental are- again. We spent a fascinating half hour watching this dance of bar oC a 40. Krd.bIIlcd CartS: abbr 7. Conducted early
the coquinas. mountain cuckoo DOWN 8. Van
If wt raise them long enough lier County and
and with sufficient force. Take IT. Onueaa n. Wood 1. Counting 9. Fr annual coast of Florida
the case of India's Bokara steel Marcos sand is so firm that you can drive the entire beachif message sorrel frame income Indians. These
mill. you take care to avoid the few areas of soft sand or get a good 19. Wlthtn U. Wahoo Rah 2. Isomeric 10. Famous were tail, athletic
India wanted American 'taxpayer running start and bull through them. This is the quickest way to 20. Freshwater n. Scodand'i Inflammable hotel well proportioned.
to build It. discover the select shaded mUllet river iU 16. Catcher'sglove
Rut then the picnic spots by big palms or pines.It Ists are
word Rot: around that India's is also the quickest way to reach the fishing at the pass which healthy teeth and
socialized mills weren't woik- lies at the north end of the beach, for State Route 92-the roadto r r J/ J s 7 I sll IB. Behold ties.
tog out well despite being: subsidized Marco from the Tamiami Trail-dead-ends at the middle of 21. Settle Apparently they '
by t taxeii on Indin'ifree T 3I 22 Free ticket
enterprise steel mills ThenIt the beach. The pass snakes through the sand like a trout stream 0.IZ 23. Aptitude come In contact
was realized our own mills and feeds a huge area of mangrove bays beyond. You can nearly 01 25. Possessive sweets and
aren't running at full capacity always see fish of some kind flashing in the tide rips of the pass. pronoun Spaniards later
and India would be a competitor At times this is a great snook spot. Then anglers in swim suits line IT l t l 26. Judge'i Being Gulf

In world market against: up at the mouth-some with only their shoulders above water- L7 II II rJt bench
us, using our money. And and take a lively harvest. Often while swimming we'd see tarpon // 27. Electric:
besides, we wouldn't stand for leap only fifty yards away. Mullet splashed frequently.This + IS'l.; : /Z units (
tax money to be used to build is the real 28. Kite
f key to Marco; it's a five beach. Everywhere you
socialized steel mill In
a the look I' 11 II tl 29. Disclaims
there is wildlife of some kind. And after winds and rain lash 0
United States, so why should "
the beach, all little like Robinson 30. Populace
we do It In India erasing footprints you feel a
31. Call forth
Facing current delay and possible Crusoe. It is true that the spires of the missile-tracking station rise ;; 32 Nut
future defeat of the Bo eerily at the extreme south end of Marco. But otherwise it is as
33. Proceed
kara handout plan India's government God made it-open to the public (though no camping is allowed), 5J1e 35. Protuberance
revealed yesterday It unspoiled and undeveloped Hopefully it will remain. no. #
has with drawn Its request for Take a walk down the firm white sand. Look at the treasure 37 likely
your Up nvmev for this project trove of starfuh and shells in the clear water land lining the beach. i I 38 Perceive 1 IAtIY
\"nuJ ee. It U poxslble News .to Free win. Listen to the soft wind. Can the South Seas be more alluring 4.- 0 -T:: I' 39 Belcnglof tA1AVgl1
:
Cfattanooga than this? :.. sY :
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Sunday, February 9. 1964 COLLIER COUNTS\ NEWS: 5
Heavy Rains ----

60 Mile Winds, Jordan Thinks School MenusThe PCCENT CAGLES PRIDE Quick Froz. Covt. Insp. Govt. GRADE "A"


menu for Naples Senior
Lash FloridaBy High School this coming week

Reynolds Told MONDAY Lasagna, slaw,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS baked apples bread, butter, I
Heavy rainstorms and winds<
that gusted up to 60 miles per milk FRYERS
TUESDAY! Oven fried chicken -
hour lashed Florida today. Tor. Probers Truth
nado warnings were In effect buttered rice, green beans,

for several hours In the Dayto. WASHINGTON (AP) The cranberries, hot rolls, Jello,
na Beach-Tampa and milk.WEDNESDAY .
area. chairman of the Senate corn. hot rolls
The big thaw continued in the mlttec investigating Robert G. Macaroni and
southern Great plains alter sev. Baker's activities expressed Cheese tossed salad, English
oral days of bllzzar Up
weather At least 15 persons mony of Don B. Reynolds, a milk. ur or
perished, four
Friday in a plane business associate of Baker. THURSDAY Vegetable beef
crash. Some .
highways in Texas Sen. B. Everett Jordan D. w
crackers, ham salad
were coated soup 04
with two feet of
N.C., told a reporter he saw "no sandwich, salad, cinnamon '
ice.The reason to disbelieve" the docu. FXCELt. ,
Southeastern storm mented rolls mills.FRiDAYs. t: r!
testimony by Reynolds,
dumped rain Choice oft Ham- d ,
over most of Flor. a Silver Spring Md., Insuranceman ?1
Ida and the Carolina. Calnes. burgers, pickles onions tomato ,
despite stories by a news ,
villa in northern Florida report. paper columnist attacking or fish squares with tartar MONDAY r _
ed 1.3 Inches during a six.hour Reynolds' credibility. sauce buttered carrots. Ice
period. About .21 inch fell in the Jordan heads the Senate Rules cream butter milk. TUESDAY y a
carollnUe Committee, which Is looking for 29c
The tornado warnings; were possible conflict of Interest be. l6
lifted early today in Florida aft. tween Baker's business actlvi. WEDNESDAY
er strong winds snapped power I
ties and his duties as secretaryto
School
The Shadowlawn menu
lines. NO tornadoes were sight;
Senate he
Democrats a post VALUES
for the coming week
ed.Much resigned under fire last Oct. 7. .
of the Midwest had Reynolds had produced can. MONDAY Sloppy Joe on
snow flurries. Snow squalls celed checks and invoices to bun tossed salad green beans
whirled through some Isolated back up his testimony that he orange and grapefruit sections. extra PLUMP,
areas. Muskegon, Mich., report. gave President Johnson-then a TUESDAY. Lima beans
ed 2 Inches of new snow >in a six. ..
senator a stereo record player wham spinach, cornbread extra TENDER
hour
period. that cost more than $!l00 after pudding.
he sold 100.000 in life Insuranceto WEDNESDAY.
Chicken
Bar To Stage TV Johnson. rice, peas andcarrots, w/
asparagus
FROZ.
Commenting on Reynolds' testimony INSP.RGOVT. hI a ti i
Program To Meet the President said he prunes. GOVT GRADE "A"FRYER '
THURSDAY u Mrs. Harris
had
thought the stereo was a
Law RequirementNEW present from Baker. Special Class: Barbecued

ALBANY, Ind. (AP) Although he said he believed pork chops, cabbage apple .
A cocktail lounge in New AU Reynolds' testimony Jordan hand.I raisin salad mashed potatoes -
bany is going to put on its own said he thought the Insuranceman w/gravy. Valentine cake. PARTS
television program, using pa. was mistaken in linking FRIDAY "Tuna salad,brus-
trons for the cast. White House aide Walter sel sprouts succotash, cherry tr
The camera, which will be Jenkins with television advents- .'pie. Fryer BreastDrumsticks When You Shop Kwik Chek
mounted in the lounge and relay ing time Reynolds purchasedfrom .
... pictures to a television set in the an Austin, Tex., television
front window, will enable pass station\ owned by the Johnson The menu for Naples Junior Per Plus You Get Top Value StampsFor
ersby to see what's going; on- family In'19S7 after Reynoldssold High School for the coming Poltttd 59c
as required by Indiana law. the Insurance to Johnson. week
The bar is In an area with no Jordan said he has no plan to MONDAY Spaghetti with Excellent Free Gifts
windows on the ground floor of call Jenkins as a witness. ''meat sauce cabbage salad
a motel. That created the problem Baker again declined corn. peas rolls and butter, banana
because the law says you ment Friday night on whetherhe pudding, milk.TUESDAY SAVE 20c ASTOR INSTANT
must be able to see Inside. would testify before the Sen. ..Beans with ham, or Thighs -
ate
group. tomato wedge,carrot and raisin 6
e>
The question was put to him
CALL TilE NEWS FOR as he arrived under an assumed salad, fruit Jello, biscuits and Per Jar

RUBBER STAMPS name in Baltimore after a flight; butter milk.WEDNESDAY.. Pouted 49cI Collee llmh 9cVufai.
from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Hamburgerson One
bun, turnip greens, potato I
Toni Fixer sticks, whole kernel corn jMcasw?*. mm im.M
Weather ReviewMax. chocolate cake milk.THURSDAY _
2011 Ith 81. No.
-- Barbecued ,A.4t w lAve 10 LIBBY'S HALVES OR tllCJD
U
Min. Rain AI- -
Nt,lc Shopping CatrAnaee chicken buttered rice cauliflower -
Feb. 1 76 60 0.00 with cheese sauce,sliced
i Feb. 2 7S SO 0.00 peaches bread and butter milk. JESSE JEWEL Fret. Me 21 W
Linen, Mu MoporaRl"I. I Feb 3 74 57 0.00 FRIDAY. Ham salad or egg Peaches Limit Two 19cMenl

Lingerie, Hats Bags, IVb. <4< 71 60 0.51 salad sandwiches lima beans e e Your Owlet
007 Ice milk
Jewelry f<.b. S 78 64 green salad cream
Feb. 6 74 61 0.11 SAVE lOc All PURPOSEWesson

Feb. 7 81 54 0.00

MWw.y 2-4947 24 e:. Rd.
Oat tupplicd by Carlbbtin Gr -' Umh Toe
Have Been Killed Pies .

I J a I. .. By' Thrill SlayerSAN
DIEGO Call (AP)-
Police say a thrill killer may '
BOOKSSONG have been the sniper who murdered Tissue 2s25c
a newlywed couple as
they strolled down a scenic .

stretch of beach. 4 Pak 59C SAVE 4c REGULAR SIZELifebuoy
Dying Navy Radioman 3. C.
& STORY SHOP Johnny Ray Swindle, 19, and his Pku.
slain bride of three weeks,
Joyce, 19, both of Jasper, Ala., 3 I9CDIXIE
659 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2520 were found by a passerby on
Wednesday right; .
"There Is absolutely no Indies !
tlon of motive, unless the miSs.
log wallet Indicates robbery" DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON DIXI DARLING BNRICHED SANDWICH
SPECIAL said police Capt. Ed De Bolt. J IMMN 6
: I Ho
"There Is no triangle In the ISO EXTRA Duns ? 29' Bread 2" 4J'"FARM
,,background of the two young TOP VALUE STAMPS .
RENTALS people, nothing which would wkh IAN ..w..and rt>. pvrdwM W
lead us to their killing; Rich Chocolot;
Said Lt William Schenckj! 2
Edam for 98
3je Beautiful two bedroom corner "
apartment It's entirely possible they were
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04 .Iv awl Ch.k I Wlim-OUta
right on the Gulf with swimming pool and nextto i killed by someone they never LIMn ONI PIS CUITOMIIUa
i knew_someone whose only mo. ,.. .... ..
Golf Course; available Immediately for one tine was excitement"On c.u Thrcvgh ry It FRESH

month up to one year (owner is in South America the ledge of a retaining I N'/m1'N'fJ'1'f1m, I

50 will rent at reasonable rate). : wall, police found. box of Val FRUITS ANDVEGETABLES"
entlne candy Investigators; as.
>e Lovely two bedroom home located one sume the Swindles bought the FROZEN FOODS
candy while on their stroll. But,
block to the beach two blocks to Golf Course I they said, It could have been
and is situated In secluded area surrounded by I left behind as a deranged; kill. TASTE O' SEA FROZEN

trees and fronts on a quiet lake where you can I er's calling card.
I Police said the gunman Fish Sticks
feed the ducks. Owner has to stay up-north this perched on a ledge< ; on a cliff .
winter. overlooking the pacific Ocean

(!BIj* (Bitlf Sraltif do. The his:( shots and moonless the surfs night roar concealedm muffled 3s1oo: : '

865 Fifth Ave. So. MI 2.4855 The sniper fired five shots

Naples, Florida from the cliff ledge. Then he MORTON FROZENDonuts e 'J
moved In to fire two more In
a kind of de polls I '
coup grace $ '
said. 3 ... J00 I V" Fancy Red
Swindle and his childhood
sweetheart were married Jan. DeliciousDA1RY
10 in Juyet, At*. in"y IHM>"><
Summer or Year 'Round mooned In a thre...room cottage SPECIALS Sweet
nine blocks from where they

Blue Ridge Mountainside Home were slain. MAZOLA

GROWS HIS OWN

for Sale or Rent! RICHMOND V a. CAP) -. MurgurineL.37C
There's a bit of old China growIng Apples
In nearby New Kent County
.. Paul Lieh. who operates i BONDWARE 9 INCH

Fourteen miles from Asheville, North Carolina. Chinese restaurant raises hi.! White Plates P tf 100 89c
modern house chestnut own vegetables for his Oriental
3 bedroom siding. Large
dishes, BONDWARE 9 OUNCE
living room with fireplace, chestnut paneled .

walls. Wall to wall carpeting, draperies. Diningroom ptas For for Instance moo,goo he grows gal pan snow* Cold Cups Pi,. 1f.0 43c Per 14 C

with fireplace, electric kitchen, 2 baths, concoction of boiled chicken, CERBERS STRAINED Pound

utility room with automatic washer, dryer, refrigerator mushrooms, chestnuts and other Baby Food 101ft. Jar 99c
large deep freezer. 2 car attached vegetables

garage. Completely insulated, oil furnace. All His Chinese winter melons an, BUTTERNUT DELICIOUS

floor. 1V4 acres beautifull planting in 150 used for a highly spiced soupor
one 6
on Candy ,/alt 1*,. 25c
acre exclusive retirement community. Long range as an ersttt squash dish e e FANCY CRISP STALKCELERY
His Chinese salad "like parsley ., JACK'S ASSORTED
view westward to Great Smokies. Elevation 2700 2 29
almost," Is used In nearly C.b.
fctt. For sale $30,000. Most of furniture for every Oriental dish he serves Cookies '16 '. Pi.. 39C r STALKS .

sale at $5,000 additional. Annual rental $200 Ligh grows the vegetables on .. -"" -- ,. rYY.ar ,

monthly furnished. Summer rental June throughSeptember the farm of s friend.He Pikes Effetfve Malday, Februry Ifr Tki Wedaesday, Ftoraary 12 towrtfty Bglte RamJ
$1,000.
admits to serving chop

sue, and chow melo two dishes STORE HOURS
For Further Information, Phone he says are about as Chineseas OPEN 711 6:30 MON. TO THURS.

MI 2.2371 tried -hlrkr and grlti. And OPEN 'TIL 9:00: P.M. FRI.
he also serves pa"1" | with a
OPEN 711 7:00 P.M. SAT.
Chinese Influ* *. v f' 1." \

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Myert Sunday With' ,

NAPLES Thompson's mother, Mrs
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MARCO Luella Doxsee,
NEWS returned
home
Monday algbt. ,

Notebook ,. 1 BY DIANE DOWEftStar. WUdensoo Mr. and from Mrs. July

I ,. ......".- ..or -- with Mrs. J.H. Miami VLlhed

(Contlued from Page I) and Mrs. Charles day evening/ and Is on his annual week. Mrs. Wildensn Doxsee Is
the Keys. Mrs
Woolsey Lyon of MUlbrook cross-country way to Doxsee's daughter.
.
Snook Hole
hg N.Y., have arrived at The Islander Guests of the Mr. and Mrs.
r91 of Richard
tibia for getting the Youngs to Naples for their first visit, t' Marco for their annual Motel are 111.: ((5 Carl snookj Beery) Bob Addison aPenttlteKeckendry.
Findlay
: stay of two months. Mr. Lyon with their son
Icing
and
i
Mrs: Horace Wright has also been doing the Chamberof Is one of the foremost Amer- Fravel of Plain City Ohio ((10 Mr. and M rs.'Fred Addlsonii

Commerce bit, and finally prevailed upon two of her ican antiquarians, an .utho'. pound snook); Nolan Miller ((8 H1a1eIh.

friends to come for a visit. Wednesday Mrs. J. Elder lecturer and specialist In ultra snook and one junonit); Mrs. Parties of Captain Dub
Kerr
Blacksledge and Mrs. Michael Fansler arrived from Indian eighteenth century American Kayo Williamson and yellow 1 large jewel this week are Mr. Merck
box, 2 junlonUs
apclis-not only for their first visit to Naples but for their antiques. sharks eyes) Mr. and Mrs. who was a guest of the l b.
of
The Ferdinand
Wyckoffs lander and had
first to Florida. Let's hope our weather begins to behavefor Carroll whowenttotheCttholic a very nice
Babylon, N.Y.,have just arrived catch of flshj Ray Gage,
and
all these firsters. In their new yacht, the Car- supper In Naples) Mr.and Mrs. Charles Letson of New

AN ORDER TO MR. SUN dinal for several weeks stayat Hewitt who are here for two George Snider and party Jersey;

Mr. and Mrs. O. Howard Wolfe, 13th Avenue, South, The Islander weekst Mr and Mrs.CariRanne and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patrick

have a little time yet, but they have put In an order fort David The Marshall UJL Gowns Halls have and left the of Fred Lunenburg Keller of, Mass.Canada) for two and Mr. and Mrs. Brown wen'
t to Miami Monday and
and for later than 20th. ThatIs Fort My.
sun more sun no February the Islander temporarily for a weeks. ers Tuesday.
the day their daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Curtis and her i" short stay at the Key Westerner Mr. Warner who Is living next

two children arrive from New Canaan, Conn., for a 10- In Key West to sun and to the post office is adding on
REPTILE
to his house. DID IT
day visit. fish.Mr, and Mrs. Daniel MIAMI Fla. (Ap) Mrs.
Dr. G. Hewett Williams leaves today for Chicago. He Ostergren who are wintering at<< BIRTHDAY J.L. Dry moved here with her

will rejoin Mrs. Williams in two weeks at their home on ; Indian Rock Beach Fla., visit- Congratulations to Keith husband a hard three time year letting ao and had 1
,,
First Avenue, North, where they will spend the rest of ed with Mr and Mrs. George Thompson who celebrated his spiders mosquitos, mt used nell\ i Ie

the winter. s;:s.sstttees Bas r.U rcv,' y.:- rrss-..... dal'-4e- p.Y-. IeIE!'S; Woods at the blander. Mr. ninth birthday last Sunday. and other insects which ten
and Mrs. Daniel Ostergren are Those In for cake and punch more abundant than the}
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumann are visiting Mr. and from St. Paul Donna. been in her had
Minn. were Nancy, Cindy, northern home.
TWO INFORMATION CONTEST auxiliary member
Mrs.
gifts
H. B. Ruhl
Mrs. Sam Post. During the few days they are here they Other guests of the Islanderare Debbie Dennis Doxsee.Jlmmle One day recently she dumped
will also reunion with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayres. Some donated to the annual White ElephantSale while Mrs. Roland Kurtz admires the : Mr. and Mrs. Parker B. and Lisa Castor and Kevin her clothes in the wisher, end

the Posts and Ayres and Schumanns were good sponsored by the Naples Community gifts. The still life picture on the wallis Bentley of Stevensville Md.j Thompson. The birthday cake when she pulled them oui, a
years ago Hospital Auxiliary are shown the work of Adelore Emling, well Mr. C.U Davlion of Springfield was decorated with a horse de- dead snake ,tumbled out also
all In Montclair N. J. "
friends living "That settles it,
Mri.
Pa.; Dr. and Mrs. WilsonH. cal placed In the center. Day
known
above. The white fox stole artist and resident of
On Friday the 14th Mr and Mrs. Post will entertainat given by Naples, Swaker of Arlington, Va. Mrs. Jackie Thompson! and acid."We'reaettina out of her.."
furrier Robert of Detroit, represented who stands behind Mrs. Kurtz. .
a large cocktail party at the Beach Club.
Mrs. Lucille Britton is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. locally by Adelaide, is modeled by (NEWS photo) AT THE "MARCO" Sunday February t, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 Itjt

C. B. Nye, Hawser Lane. Saturday the Nyes left for a Guests at Motel Marco are

five-day trip to Nassau. When they return they will Hospital Auxiliary To Give Prince CarlosOf Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Williams ofPittman.

remain in Naples until the end of the month, then theygo NJ., who are friendsof J

to Athens, Ohio, and Mrs. Britton goes to Atlanta, Ga. Spain Irene the at Walkers the Inn.who The are stayIng Paul-

Also off on a cruise- re Vice Adm. and Mrs. FrederickW. Prizes On Information Quiz Summers are here spending

McMahon of the Reef Club. Their daughter, Mrs. Plan To Marry several weeks and they are o
1 for
Lawrence M. Johnson of Scarsdale is accompanying themon Besides a new location this If they have given a number from Miami. a
and year for the White Eelephant at which they may be reached MADRID, Spain (AP) The Julius and Goldle Erlckson::
Indies
the through the West Mr.
10-day trip :Sale -- It Is being held In the during the contest. Should the Spanish national radio broad cousins of Mrs. Caroline ?TWer
and Mrs. Heath C. Moorman are also in the party. The ;Chlumsky Building at 966 Cen- person being questioned be Unable cast a statement by Prince Car. Robinson visited with Mrs.

Moormans have been at the Beach Club this week, and I tral Avenue -.the hospital auxiliary to answer correctly he loa which De said Borbon he Y and Parma princess today Robinson this past week. The e

after the cruise will return for another week before : Is featuring a contest baaed disqualifies himself from the Irene of Holland were formallengaged y Erlcksons are from Blair
I on knowledge about the hospital contest and another contestant "and Wise. Little Sandra Leigh
the date
returning to their hpme In Washington, D.C. of our I.
and a number of will be given the grandaughter of Mir and Mrs.
offering opportunity.
wedding will depend on convertsation.
Floyd W. Kephart. Jr. recently visited his family, Mr. highly desirable gifts which The same procedure will be followed with the royal Dutch Dewey Robinson, Is staying In ,4 Sweetheart Corsage
and Mrs. A. Floyd Vaughn. Floyd Is In school In Mur- have been donated for the White for each of the gifts family" Naples with her other grandparents Flower/ Gift Arron0emenffSenn'mentof r

freesboro, Tenn., and had with him two college friends, Elephant Sale to be used as being offered. These Include Carlos said he expected to go Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flowering) PhnttCjract

A. W. Powell and Larry Sanders. They enjoyed their mid- 'oonteit"prlzef, jewelry, linens paintings,'gift to Holland soon to meet with Leigh. Robert Robinson, who .l.al.0
Tickets are available under certificates a boat, a fur stole, Queen Juliana and her royal Is staying with Mr and Mrs. ,,;"
semester break and all hope to get back again soon. airline and consort and discuss a date for Robinson Is Say it with "
the chairmanship of Mrs. F.W. tickets other pleasanttorecelve Dewey going to "Artistry in Flowers"
Tuesday evening there was a preview and receptionat Shick for the donation of $1 gift items the The wedding.Prince said he and the guide from the Marco Island Flowers-by-Wlre 1244 Third St., So. MI. 2-M38

the R. and R. Robinson Gallery for Janet Folsom. Thisis each. Blocks of tickets may Factual tidbits about the hospital ,Princess had been friends ".tora Inn. If your love U Franchise Dealer for

the artist's second Naples exhibition and It will be be taken and donations are deductible Its history, operation good many years and we have Mr and Mrs. David Ezzell mUea away Fannie May Candles ,
for Incometaxpurposes. facilities, and plans for the future met frequently but our understanding and Mr. and Mrs.Preston Kelly
a here through February 15th. Mrs. Shick and her cochairman will be reviewed publicly was not formalized until of Newport News Va. spent 'mW! !!. _tilil! liEU i: r :::jM: '<' i
Lorin Hollander, concert pianist, who performed on Mrs. Charles for the next three weeks to refresh recently" four days visiting the Roger

,,, television In December. will be In Naples for the second Draper are being assisted by contestants' minds with At the time the announce Johnsons. This Is their first

\ r', Community concert of the season, Thursday, February Mrs.Robert White,Mrs.Roland pertinent facts "What Isy6ur! ment was made, princess .visit to Marco and Mr. Kelly
Kurtz. Mrs. William Pancoast hospital I.Q.?" Mrs.Shick suggests and Carlos had arrived at Ma.drld said 'From now on I know ,.
13th. Admittance is for members only, and all attending where the tall
m Mrs. John Cashman. Mrs. A.R. Neapolitans should {ead, airport, where I am going to spend my i
rat .are reminded to bring their membership cards. Staley Mrs. F.W. Magln, and listen and remember' all bits 'Dutch girl presented her suitorto winter vacation" They are Interested -

Read 'the- ""= many, many othftj&.')eujdllary' } of Information offered njjej(.,.., Bernhard tier father flew. Prince here Bernhard...rl1.-J.ln in buying some Marco ile| Itrmuftj SportsMIDSEASON j p !)IU. t.
WanA'ds retirement
: < paratlon for the information propenyfora home.
'I Members. <,Tickets have been hospital a special plane to bring I!tit .
Mrs, BzrbtI'ls'Mr. Jbhnsoh'ssister
contest. I k / y.
n placed at the Bank of Naples home. I
the First National Bank Ade ,' Prince Bernhard left the roy.cal '
In which he had waited Mrs. Gladys Madmem Is back SALE
plane
laide's, Holland Sailers,and at
'n Lovellne" the In the hos- more than two hours to greet In Port Marco. Frank Bailey
hospitality shop
: ,. f.,
tU pital. his daughter and her choice for and Frank Cerveny are back dOn
II' a husband. from the Keys. Frank Cer #

lJ 'Mary" flUooJ 2yeL e ted The at 12:30 contest on will Friday be conduc-Febru- The royal In father squeezed his veny has as guest, Mr. Lester Discontinued and Broken Lint
daughter a big hug and Stahl from Frank's hometown,
De..... Be ck Cub .....t. fUlasi MI 142U ary 28, at the White ElephantSale A kissed her soundly. Both were Wilmington Ill. V :';
K OFF
to
'Pity for Cle hours. What a beautiful_ and some 16 gifts will smiling as the Dutch father Mrs. Ruth off :
Myers Sheooy-
thought! be awarded contest winners turned and Prince Carlosa !
Back when Cleopatra was Your. for liaisingAll : Mrs. Shick explained. The following big embrace.gave gan,Mich.,and Pompano Beach Shorts, blouses, swimsuits, skirts and slacks
cavorting with snakes andRomans three with her
you do isuse bask In our procedure will be followed s, tt ttr Carlos was Identified as a son spent days mo- Not all sizes and styles
curls were hard comfy salonchair., while of prince Xavier traditionalist ther Mrs. Docile Cooney. !
to come by! Ladies of Mr and Mrs. Lou Tarbot
an- I
pretender to the Spanish
we perform the miracle of Persons holding the lucky tickets t
clent Egypt cut off big throne. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson
the age on your hair! Have will be given an __ .
oppor- 615 5th Avenue SouthAt
hunks of hair, wound It spent Tuesday In Miami shop- I
you taken an appendectomy : tunity to answer a question about i AMSTERDAM (AP)-A Cath.
The
around Entrance the
sticks
to
coated it > Piccadilly Pub
for granted or that the hospital. If he Is able to I ollc newspaper advised Princess ping.Emmett ::' \{
with a mudpack, boiled Snell of San
"could do It Irene today to drop her rightsto Diego
yourself"T answer he will
It and let It dry. you correctly visited Vern and Peg Bush Mon j.G'i ,,.
They the Netherlands throne if she : lllliH1Uf'rrfl.lIIii1I.c, } : tl _
It {la juat as dangerous to receive a gift. Persons unableto p omm. mum'm_ :,____,_",,_u. _
chopped off the Intends to .
clay-coat, pursue her own rail.gious '
be
try a do-It-yout'eelt.b.lr. be present may answer by
and pinned It their and romantic life.
on nog. do, color or permanent Do telephone] they will be called The ,
gins for curl.1I)] Today's newspaper of.
Cleopatra you think Cleopatra would fared the counsel to Queen JulU
(meaning
you) POPULAR MELODY
have experimented when ana's second daughter who was
can have a new wave for NEW YORK (AP) Twenly- -
she "fully knew" the value converted to Catholicism about a
tonlt\t' date In a few of beauty she left It to nine, per cent of the nation's SYBIL ANN GIBSONGibson year ago but kept it secret until
FROM UNlJY.R
THE DRIER elementary and secondary recently.
npt'rt.tIt,,
A wlfe.Wter displays the asm'e brSvii'>' and good citl.sennhip I. schools have school songs based Some circles looked on the
as the GENTI.EMAN who ileseits' his buddies 0 n Notre" Dame's "Victory Hall editorial as a dictate to the

under enemy tt ck: M,'March reveals.a recent research blonde princess 24, whose reported .
project Mrs. Louise Gibson of 762 Spanish romance has had
According to the poll, five 12th street, North, has announced the Dutch people buzzlnc.Irene' Not So Long Ago ,
ther popular college form
songs th father. Prince
engagement of her the bade for an additional 60
.ter, Sybil ,Ann Gibson, to Earl may clear up the mysteryand
cent. They Cornell'sHigh
per are I Raymond Hall, son of Mr. and confusion when he bringsthe
DISTINCTIVE An attractive
Above Csyuga's Waters, Neapolitan hostess
Y'ale's I Mrs Leroy Hall Solano RoadeTh. princess back from Spain broughther
"Whiffenpoof Song" and'noolaDoola
FASHIONS VolJt sk rant
"'' bride elect la a graduate summed up the
the Universityof problem of the house guests into Third
Maine's "Slein Song" and of Naples High School and U sentence princess In one our Street South
employed at Kwlk.Chek. Mr.11 w : "Relinquishing the
'tsconaln's' "On. Wisconsin!
Use leftover potatoes a student at Naples Hien School Ls.I the succession most probable rights seems answer.to" be shop. It wasn't rainy, it was bright and
'also employed .at Kwlk-Chek
: in a nutritious soup Just Premier Victor Marljnen) who
idd them to very thin cream sauce Friends and relatives of the!shut, off palace Information sunny but she told us she feels it is a must
COMPLETE tC with lots of seasoning salt couple are Invited to the wedding;!sources Friday night and made
freshly' -ground pepper,celery salt which will take place at the Las tit clear that all news of the for all visitors to see our rare collection of
ee r nd minced panic Serve piping Naples Baptist Church on Sunday, troubles would come from
1011! March 1, at ) p.m. ,the: Is
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IE IEvIL XL Neapolitans Honor ListThe Wednesday At Harmon


sBy For Culture--Mrs. Bechtel lowing reported Naples named yesterday Junior students that High the School should fol. .t


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BY VICTORINE MURPHYMrs.
slx.week grade card report:
Richard Bechtel, of Naples
"A" honor roll: Mlchelene
whose piano magic thrill
Hearth of the ninth grade, and
ed million of fans as a "J'8iUolu"
JANE MARTIN
3 Anne Barkau and Donna Rellly
on the Kate Smith Show as 1
of the seventh grade.
well as on Ed Sullivan's TV
The "A.B" honor roll should
believes that Neapolitans
.how.
"Mr. Economist of Arizona" Is falling In love with have a keen appreciation for have Included: Roger Johnson,,

Florida. Herbert Leggett, who owns this title, and Mrs. the cultural things of life. Susie Mary Moss Boynton, Donna, Cathy Reynolds Boynton, Pal,

Leggett arrived here for a short visit but have taken a the A board recently of elected directors member of the of Rtpass, Suzanne Southey Mary r

house and will stay on for two months. The Leggetts are Naples Community Concert Association Helen Corwln Betty Tillls,,
Yvctte Whltaker George Fry,,
from Phoenix, Ariz., where he was vice president of the Mrs. Bechtel has high John Dahlln and Randy Bass
praise for "the pioneers who b '
Valley National Bank. The first semester "A" honor 1
laid the ground work over many
roll should have Included Anne
Mr. and Mrs. Leggett landed In Port Everglades two discouraging years to bring fine Barkau, Mary Boynton and Donna

weeks ago from a trip around the world which took thema music to Naples. There's alive Rellly.
ly Interest In art In Naples at
year and a half. During their travels they used all modesof I the monent." "Says Mrs.Bechtel The roll first should semester have Included""A.B"honor r r; v ti

transportation from airplanes to camels, and of all the :'but It wasn't always that way. Gary Hamm, Craig Jaworsm i ,

places they toured they especially liked Japan, where :t would like to see more Inter Roger Johnson, Gary Wilson. i
est In music but I realize you + I L'f
1 they felt the people were the friendliest to visitors. I can't build anything fast. thy Boynton Janet Carr, Sarah a
Combs Dorothy Ellis Judy i
,
(That Is until they got to Naples, Fla.) 'Thanks to the thoughtful plan. ;. Jurek, Susie Moss, Patricia Pan

The Leggetts have been In the Walter Rasches' Surf :music ning of lovers association here are members respondooIne ham, Donna Reynolds, Mardi

side apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Rasche, who live In Hudson, I splendidly though Eton, Mary Helen Corwln r l i
t Mlchelene Hearth Dotty T11IU,
N. Y., will arrive in town the end of the week. "I find that most Neapolitanshave Patricia Repass Yvette Whltak.

Mr, and Mrs. G. Goodfriend returned to their home ;beautiful an appreciation things of life.for the If er, Suzanne Southey Ronnie Ritchie %
+'e
Elliot Smollen ,
John
in Sarasota Thursday. They were down for the dinner I they didn't, they wouldn't be lIv. and Carla, Armbrust.Dahlln t

t party given Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams i Ing Live here It Is a privilege to

and the Woodwards. Goodfriend and Mrs. among so many wonderful ts
Denton Mrs.
OfState's
I I people. The weather.too Is won. Seek Study
Williams are sisters. Although it was a bit dreary outside j lerful, In spite of what they say. f

the Port Royal Beach Club was gay inside with many :Everything: Is a point of view, Mental
and If you don't like the wea.Jier _
spring floral arrangements. The tables were decorated ,j jt change your point of view." Health ProgramMIAMI

t i with red satin runners and bouquets of red and white 'But what I admire most about (AP) The Florida

. I flowers. And, .rf any gentleman present forgets his "Val.entine" :Maples is the sincerity" and legislative committee on mental
warmth of the
people
ny.Mrs.
health has called for an Inten.
it won't be because he didn't have an early re-
;I Bechtel. slve study of the state's mental I
,I minder with the glittery red and gold hearts on the wall Mrs. Bechtel a comparative health program and a list of recommended
newcomer' to Naples having mov. changes by June 28.
of the dining room. Thursday morning Mr. and Mrs.
lei here last home
year. Her Bill Mapole director of the
Williams left for the weekend In Fort Lauderdale.Mr
and Mrs. John F. Forsyth, of Rochester, N. Y., grand piano built for the was asked to head the far. __..-.,.: 11.' -:_ .,J '"
are here for awhile now, and will te back again in 'I treat Horowitz. reaching study In cooperationwith

March with their children. Mrs. Forsyth is the daughterof TOP ATTRACTION _Jn poetrg Corner Mental the Health.Florida Association of SARASOTA ARTIST Jon Corbino's "Crucifixion" was

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stuber, Gordon Drive. Whether It was at symphony e Rep. Woodle LUes of HUlsbor. selected as one of the "modern masterworks" for

Another daughter'visiting In town is Mrs. Walter \:oncerts: or at supper clubs, the ough County, committee chair. the historic Religious Art of the Western World Exhibition
eautlful and talented Evalyn
man, asked that a piece of"mod.
Thomas. She and Mrs. Charles Wanvig Jr. are here from ryner, has always attracted cap. "Protest"Poetry el legislation" be submitted to at the Dallas/ Museum of Fine Arts in 1958. The

h t Milwaukee for 10 days with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. ':city crowds. She has appeared the committee at Its June meet. show, which has taken a noteworthy place in the
is soloist with the National Syrru should mean somethingTo Ing in West Palm Beach. of American exhibitions included
and Mrs. F. W. Magin, Gordon Drive. hony j I and with the Cleveland history art paintings,
During two days of studying
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Young of Allentown, Pa.
are spending the month of February In the C. EllwoodKalbachs' rv; appearances and at the Wai.lorfAstorla Why all this modern balderdash, committee heard from Miami museums of Europe and America, and the works ofa

i: she has starred at Surely, nobody needs it. area specialists and toured mental few Internationally recognized modern masters. The
apartment in the Reef Club. Mrs. Lloyd Sweet he I: St. Regis' "Maisonette" In treatment facilities

of The Mansion House is Mrs. Young's aunt and respon- 1 few York City Blank verse Is really blank to me, LUes said he hoped the chang.es painting may be seen In the Corbino one-man exhibi
Under the professional name of would be ready for consideration tion In the Harmon Gallery, 1258 Third Street South,
(Continued on page 7) 1 I Evelyn!: Tyner she has toured I just can't understand it. by the 1005!! Legislature. through 12.
he: country with Fred Waring The poet's words are erudite, These were among recom. Wednesday, February

!and his pennsylvanlans. She No doubt he defend It. mended changest An exhibition of paintings by York's Art Students League In
can
has also starred in such famous 1. Place the lndependont the eminent American art 1stJon 1958. It is the largest showing
spots as the Starlight Roof of the alcoholic rehabilitation program Corbino considered by a number of Corbino's paintings assembledIn 4
But what's the of words words
In use:, lust number of and con.
Waldorf Astoria New York under the division of mental of art critics and historians a yean
.iiifiE and the Statler Hotel In Washing. Though beautiful they be health. as one of the major landmarkU.S. tams several which have won

ton, D.C.She And show the writers Intellect, 2. Transfer State Board of exhibitions of 1904, will be high honors for the .artist in the
is a recording artist and '. Health authority to handle fed. on view at the Harmon Gallery annals of American art.
her albums under the Capitol If they mea,, naught to me? eral mental health programsand In Naples only through Wednesday Northern art critic taken I j

label, include "Keyboard Chor. funds to the division of men February 12. The showing, note of this Important Florida If
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,, (SOLILOQUY) ,
.- ,ala}iandtftQnrandOttrlroad.wayp'f i. tat health renresepts a majority of/Cor- exhibition" ; John czna&nr,respect
I ; USrkigla4e AlmllNl"iUIa.1: I'dad M .nrig uionija s '"* tauqlKld| tub iol) iHjiiinq. ; .+wf svjjl t Establish: community men 6fl>6">Ms n rsi aVW\ << mi'* flhjatft c r MJo-o hNJNew York

son Mrs. Bechtel lives in Silver.. (Say nothing to me, shining stone tal health centers to provide preventive seums and other public and private "Times, has written( lurmon re. I
A Lovely Coordinated Short Set. mine. Conn. Resting on this high hill. service on a local basis collections.The questing up. o-date material on
Mrs. Bechtel often reviewedby 4. Expand present county men. exhibition was personally Corbino and the current Naples

An Eigner Hand Bag. critics turned reviewer her. Oh, let me sleep! V, tal health clinics to all areas of selected from available work by exhibition. In I asking that Information .
self last year when she wrote the state. the gallery's owner, Foster be forwarded to him.
several Community concert review No grief, serene. ( ," JlarnuIa friend of the Canaday wrote, "Florida Is a bit
Necklace and Earrings. for the NEWS. She plans Beside this stone; noted artist who has resld. far afield for me to go, even

to continue her reviews forcom. Significant but freel) DEATHSNEW ed In Saraota since re. to cover a Corbino 'exhibition

.Gown Robe or Pajamas.We munity concerts this season. tiring from teaching at New under the circumstances".
Starting Monday Mrs. Bechtelwill In YORK (AP) Vaude. The Corbuio show will be
display her piano artistry Then up again, glorious strengthTo vllle comedian Harry Delf, 71, followed by an exhibition of the
for local radio listeners witha face the world's torment.) who also was a playwright, died dramatic "collagfealntlns" by
series of 1500mlnute programs Friday. Dolt appeared In Earl Igli-Langevin Harrison CovUigton, chairman of
S running at 7 p.m.Monday through I guess I'm just; oldfashionedTo carroll' "Vanities" In 1928 and the Art Department of the Ui v.
tI Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Igll 110th
U Friday under sponsorship of La prefer Longfellow, Whittier, Field. authored In other Broadway shows He Avenue. and Vanderbilt Drive, ,an. virally of South Florida and recent .
Tour Rlvage. "The Family Up. winner of the coveted
o No more blankety-blank verse for me stairs" and several other plays., nounce the engagement and forth national Guggehelm Award.

il1.tp EAST NORTHPORT, N.Y. With meaning well concealed. ROME (AP) Francis T. daughter coming marriage Patricia Ann of, to their Ml. For a number of reasons the

(AP-Arthur) Beckworth, 44, believes Williamson !36, minister of the chael J. Langevln.He Corbino showing has national
"li) fy11'lIP Celia A. Holmes significance for art authorltl
in family togetherness. U.S. Embassy to Italy died In Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
When his son, Michael 17, enlisted -a hospital Friday apparently of John Langevln c/f 3008 Estey and collectors at this time. liar.
recently: in the Navy reserve BEAUTY WITHIN HOME Methodist missionary work In ttu.e a heart attack. Williamson a Avenue. A summer wedding Is mon reports It has already drawna

Beckworth also signed up. ELAWARE, Ohio (AP)-The library of Yunsel University sea r native of Illinois Joined thee planned. large number of Interested
We Honor American Express in and in 1944.i groups of artists and admirers
They were sworn together State Department .
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CrMlt Cards assigned to the same division. J. McRee Elrod family enjoys ,Seoul, Korea Seeking a horn from the state to Naples, notablyto
1k Beckworth is an assistant vice >*'*i In a Jail building behind adad. with character, they bought DOWNTOWN 5th Avt. president in a Long Island bank sic .. log-and-brick building w h I c h -Mrs. Edmund Wood Booth 87., RRO% NSViLLE, Ky. (APJ- Gainesville, Tallahassee and
His son is a high school senior, The) came here after served as a ]jail until about UStirod !!6' died Thursday night. Her hu Lawrence Gipnon Hun .built a Tampa, as well as from St.
-'I. band, who died in 1927, was an booth with pot-bellied Hove Petersburg, Clearwater] Bradltn.

I 31, cataloging Hbrai organizer of the American So. benches and rockers for the ton, Sarasota Venice, Fort MY.
r.dety of Newspaper Editors andy Liars Club at the rear of his ers Lakeland Palm Beach Ft.
Ian at Ohio Wesleyan Unlverslt;r, Was a vice president of Booth store at nearby Khuda. Gipion Lauderdale, Miami, etc. There
notes "In the Orient, there 1 a publishing Co.a said it keep. the club members have been a larger number of

a feeling that the home Is AUSTIN Tex (AP) Mrs. out of the snow and told and out-of-town visitors! to the gallery
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private area of personal life, an d Jesse C. Kellam wife of theo they ire' not disturbed by cut for the current exhibition .
only a blank wall Is offered I manager of the Lyndon B. John. truthful talk. than from Naples Itself

! the outside world. Within sac:h son family television station, .
died Friday, apparently of a
I L- family creates a spot of persona II heart attack, while planning her 1 ,.

\ beauty" daughter's wedding.Lilly .

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by the dltinguihd American' artut John Corbino. This If contidered by art 1
critic* and hittorlarw, on* of the iifnificant U.S. On. M... Inhibition of IH4 planned' .
for ''and prented oncluuvtly .t the Norman OMry In Naplet.Th ... { p 1
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Corbino Showing, will b* followed by in oihlbltion of nw work C.leeI<(< under hi'a
,*..nllll won Ou(..nhlm Grant) by th* prominent rlorld..rtrst. H.rriwn Covlngton, t
Ch.I,,,,.,, of th. Art Deportment of th. Umvertlty of South Florida, opnln Thurtday
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!I. presenting this .**_ a aerie of American painting' and sculpture *hibition of a
., Ctubr to b* ...poet.011111 .In Now York or a few o her major art center, Work by'
shine or for evening Lawrence of
13 note4,ortl." are In regular ttock.
London creates dramatic !
coverage
Special exhibition. yet to b* Mown. Include Covlnfton. John Toyr.I.! John Mood. Dual.
,,, AuMln. Umberto Rom.no Karl Z.,'". and a Group Show of work by Florid/ .'* mot 4
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Ghana (AP) The

Chest Schedule government announced today It I "'",".. 1ur IIKUrt uf .....h", "
County X-Ray four American Y"UI 1..1 ,
J has deported ;"Irliul 1our1) and hrrtunda
e1M professors on the faculty of the Mal<."l Anucuuus
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February 4 through February 22, 1964 University of subversive of Ghana activities.on charges BE PAIN: WARY IN SPORTS Of BACK

"InyastUatlon Into recent
t Tuber
    PROTECT THI 'AMILCI.CLI GET A CHEST X4tAY \I Ing In activities prejudicial to the back arc: unusual in sports,
    the security of the state," a if you have a sound spine to
    Ghana radio broadcast said. begirt with. But there are cer-
    other professors In addition tain people, in fact, a good
    PLACE Two
    __ Ql\Y _110UJR who
    ,
    to the Americans also were many are plagued with inborn -
    ipinal defect that should
    NAPLES AREA ordered deported, the announce. rule out football and other
    ===- rnent said. ports in which there it conIIlderable
    One of the Americans, Louis risk of back injury.
    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY II lANK O' NAPLES 11.2 34 .. H. Schuster, a Negro professorof Congenital (birth) defect of

    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 ..__ ____ IANKOP_ NAPLES 11.2 i 34 'it. ,t< the business country administration Frldax nlirht., Before left viou the spine visible that ngiiii I don't often cause aren'trecognized ob-

    THURSDAY. !..PEIRUASY U ___SANK_OP NA'LlS 11.2 a 34 departing for Rome, ht the in childhood. When
    he had no Idai boy or girl become active
    told newsman
    FRIDAY_ PESRUARY 14 CARVER RECREATION/ CENTER 14SAruRD. t S4 ,.- .. a ordered to leave. in athletics>, pain III the back or
    s" why he was
    spasm of the back muscle
    \'-, FI IUAI\' IS _. CARVER RECREATION/ CENTER 1.4i_ SI a Nkrumah's government FrIday appear for the first time. may

    7., night expressed "deep re. Coaches and trainer, as wellas
    EVERGLADES AREA I.... frets" over demonstrations team physicians can help by
    _
    -- ... against the U.S. embassy ear. being wary of the athlete who

    ROLL AND REA C T I ION Bob Strampe of Detroit follows through and then Her in the week. But It warned seem to be having continual or
    -- --- through Its official newspaperof recurring back pains, even if the
    TUISOAr. fCBtUARY. 11 OLD COURTHOUSE AREA 10.11.2.5 can't bear to watch the pintail during title match with Tommy Tuttle In the All-Star mcn'a possible now violence. pain aren't disabling. The only
    - tourney at Dallas Well, It wasn't a split and he picked up the spare on way to victory, eve. way to prevent serious chronically -
    WEDNESDAY.. FEBRUARY. IV OLD COURTHOUSE AREA 10-1 A 2-J The government.owned disabling back conditionsin
    - ---- article ad.
    -
    ,. -ntng news said In an young athlete it l hy rigidly I
    dressed to Nkrumah that It was excluding those who have serious
    IMMOKALEE AREA possible demonstrators might birth defects of the spine
    -- converge on Accra "for a go at from sports which have a high '
    the American embassy." risk of( in jut) to the hack.
    In Its expression of regrets, \If there h a young athlete in
    the Ghana government disassociated your ianiiit who often turns up
    THURSDAY_ FEBRUARY 20 __ __POST OFFICE, __ .!..!_, itself from Tuesday's em. with an arhiug hack after an
    afternoon of football don't takea
    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 POST OfFICI 1.a 34 bassy Incident and denied It had
    ___ __ cliaiu-e
    n either Inspired or condoned the
    SATURDAY, ,re.VAII22 POST OFFICE 1.4& S-1 r Ep''s' i" a ae demonstrations.

    l),S. Ambassador William Ma. WATCH
    NAPLES GlOW
    honey has been summoned to
    Washington for consultationswith 713 Trail front a*,

    Florida State Board of Health d.y the State Department. $100,000
    This Service Provided Bj:
    Collier County Health Department 71 Acres Naples ley$30q,000

    I In Co-operation With? Collier County TD and Health Association 1 Yb LUTHERAN BROADCASTS UP
    NEW YORK tAP) Lutheran
    -
    'S acre 1 mil from Gold.
    ,
    radic-le levi Hlon specialists estimate
    that the number of Luther en Gates $1,250.

    Western Campaign ILLINOIS SWITCHBOARDFOR an-produced broadcasts aired by Re,. R. E.
    ANTARCTICA radio sutton- in the I'nned Ow H Lu ff
    _ Swing Last I or'Happy' KENDALL HILL. 111. tAP) Sides .md .ibr..id. arch week Broker
    FRED'S The South Pole may he 8XX() ( hat climbed frcm :,000 to :..T)0in )
    Until JunepnWrL.Nn 421 9th St. No.
    miles from Charlie VannoyV the last tu '<'< us ,

    "r". (AP) -The t e h home, hut the 3S-ycsr-old television I
    .,et t f'.lmpaj15wlnr, Mrs, engineer is in personal
    contact with members of "Opera
    Net '"" Rock '> > nlnk.I CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK
    and'EIS "
    fug I hei Iri.-.r tion Deep Freeze
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    Fred
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    by Copt. DUN BARS
    radio ststionthree
    week.
    I- ictlvlfv until attar the birth ofthe nights a \\nl\l SUPPLIES
    Marine Safely, Raytheon Through radio contact with \
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    shr Is In
    expecting Mary Lou Mullenlx hold her baby Chihuahua,
    Company & Amerlea'i Cupchampionship amateur radio inAntarctica Rebuilt
    operators
    June. tailing matter.svelte homesick scientist Cindy, at Indianapolis home following quick action by her father. Tiny pet almost drowned In 'f Paymaster
    Rockefeller
    governor of New servicemen the family bathroom and was revived by Glenn Mullsnlx' by mouth-to-mouth resuscitation Check Protector $25.00 !
    York, is running for the Bepub.llcan and are able speak up
    nomination. for president. to relatives and friends through IIUSINESS MACHINES SALES REPAIRS

    The Rorkofellers plan ta( return a process" called telephone"patches. AND RENTALS FREE PROMPT
    >to New > i rK f; IIda)'. DELIVERY SERVICE
    "Telephone patche.s. Vannoy
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    Flower nester I.i the food of explained made after I receive
    [the limg-not,-d hat the tongue a radio call requesting the
    I is I"cirri with b"aUe.lik. pro- contact of a relative or friend.
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    Sunday, Febraary t, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

    iet Cong Formidable



    [Enemy From Slow StartSAIGON New Bill Omits Many Tax I


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    Deductions Now Allowed
    bouu Viet Nam The secretary general of the
    P) In less than five Rr
    years a front, former mathematics < +\S V .V CM6e
    hadowy political organization teacher Nguyen Van Hleu, prob. WASHINGTON (AP) Here tax with a 110 per cent ceiling
    Called the South Viet Nam Na. ably has more power. Hleu has are the major provisions of the for those held six months to two
    onal Liberation Front has ex. made frequent trips throughout $11.6- >lllloo tax cut bill passedby years The Senate bill would
    Banded from a handful of mem. the Communist bloc in the past the Senate Friday continue present rates un.
    ars to a position as America's two years. Another top leader Individual Rates The pres. changed
    40. 1 shootingenemy. Is Tran Buu Kim,a former executive lilt schedule of 20 to 91 per cent Itemized Deductions The
    The front has grown since 1959 of the old Democratic par. would be reduced to 14 to 70 per House frill would deny deduct
    rom a few thousand organizers cent, with twcUhlrds of the cut Units now permitted tor state
    an estimated 300,000 active ty.The real strength of the or. effective In 1964 retroactive to gasoline taxes, auto tags drlv.
    embers occasional front sup. ganlzatlon Is in Its tightly knit, Jan. 1, oneUhlrd In 1963. The ors' licenses, liquor taxes, to*
    afters may number tour to five Interlocking cells. The hardcore Senate and House bills are identical. bacco taxes and certain excise
    alii ion. organizers are about 4,000 taxes Including those on adonis
    The front Is many things to agents organized Into "A.g1 M Withholding from Salaries and atom and hotel rooms The Sen*
    any people.To Prop" teams of four or five men Wages-The Senate bill would ate bill would continue deductions < .
    an American helicopter each that carry the word cut rates from the present 18 on gasoline taxes, auto
    pilot, It Is a farmer who sudden through the country.A per cent to a 14 per cent one tags and drivers' licensee
    ly turns Into a battlewlse Viet typical Agi proper. Propa. week after the measure is Stock Dividend Credit Income
    :ong regular dealing death with ganda team, armed to the signed. The House bill would cut -Both bills would repeal the 4

    heavy machine gun from a teeth, generally enters a village NEW LOOK IN PRISONS-This is an aerial view of the federal penitentiary near Marion, 111, which will open next It to IS per cent this year 14 per cent credit pn stock dividend
    amouflaged bunker at about dusk to begin its work. per cent starting In 1963 income which may now be sub
    Most dramatic feature Is that it has walls Prison will hold 600
    'To a remote hamlet resident The general slogan of all the April no maximum-security Inmatei. Corporate Rates-The present tracted from taxes due. They
    the front may be a pretty young teams Is so simple as to be vlr. 52 per cant- tiTlr .1ft per cent nor. also would double the present
    n with a bag of medicines for tually meaningless "independ.< quitted earlier on a directed mal; 22 per centr a-e to exclusion of such Income from
    |sick and wounded villagers and once, Freedom, peace and UnU.Icatlon. Jury Says Pair verdict. ,52 per cent this year retroactive taxable Income the new allow
    ] -m encaging way of talking 14children. ." 'Question T] MovieTo During the five-week trial, the to Jan. i, 48 per cent startingIn antes would be $100 for an Individual
    [ The team gathers peasants together Tried To Extort defense contended Marshall and 1963. Normal and surtax rates $200 for a married
    TO another hamlet resident forcibly If necessary Del Monlco were collecting a would be reserved so they would couple
    Mont may be a selfcassuredI and lectures on five basic debt for veteran gambler Nick wind up 22 per cent normal and Minimum Standard Deduction
    I young man with a pistol who themes: Be Shown Here At Cash From RyanLOS I(the Greek) Dandolos. 26 per cent surtax next year to-This feature the same in both
    I comes around once a month demanding Enthusiasm for the revolution Dandolos, named In the fed.eral give a greater break to small;I:bills, would allow a fiat dedUCe
    I his rice tax payment.To the certainty of Viet Cong vie. ANGELES (AP) A Jury complaint as an "unlndlct- firms. The Senate and House Hon of $300 for each taxpayer
    Western statesmen the tory, the need for a negotiated has convicted two men accusedof ed cc-consplrator" said Ryan bills are Identic al.Capital' plus $100 for: each exemption:
    I front Is Communist China's mil 1. settlement of the war with a coalition Grace Lutheran Church attempting to extort $60,000a had cheated him out of more Ceins-The House bill after his own. It could be used
    tant spearhead a drive to con. government, the alleged year from millionaire Ray than $500,000 In a rigged game would cut rates on stock or oth.as an alternative to the present
    jquer all Southeast Asia. atrocities of government troops, __, __ _._'O __ Ryan. cf low.ball poker in Las Vegas er assets held more than two deduction of 10 per cent of gross
    . To the man In the street it Is and the assertion that "all the Johnny Marshall 52, of Chicago Nev. years so any gain would be Income up to a $1,000 maximum
    { known as the Viet Cong the world Is on our side" and Charles Del Monlco, VOLCANIC MACHINE taxed at 40 per cent ct tonal
    South Vietnamese Communists. 38, of Miami, were convicted MIAMI Fla. (AP) Walter levy with 12l per cent ceiling An avenge of two dozen umbrellas .
    Ironically very few members Friday of one count of conspiracy Depp a clerk In the Miami and would retain the presentrate are forgotten In New
    tot the front are Communists aU Abductors Demand to commit extortion and one Polite Records Bureau had a of 50 per cent of regular York City's subway cars each
    (though Communist members are Ransom For Heir count of interstate travel In aid mechanual volcano onhn hand,. day.
    I toe undisputed leaders of racketeering.
    Depp pushed a button on a new
    The nominal chairman of the Federal Judge Jesse W. Cur.
    To Asian Fortune 16,000 filing machine The
    I front, Nguyen Huu Tho, Is re. Us granted a directed verdictof machine blew its alack. It f''
    [garded as a nonCommunlst. SINGAPORE (AP)-The kli.. acquittal on a third count of spewed out 5,400 index cards JL"/3 .e1'dI' QI .Bayles
    I Tbo a lawyer with a reputation napers of the heir to an Asian Interstate travel with criminal virtually burying Depp in a pile ''\ I
    I as a lady's man, has never been movie fortune were reported today Intent. of paper. INDUSTRIAL .DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
    [a strong figure tq have demanded $166,667 The Judge denied a motion tor ''It was fun while it lasted,"
    as ransom. a mistrial requested by the de. Depp laid Phi MI 2.3696 t }1'75 Pine ,St.. Naples, Fie.
    Sources close to police said fendants'attorneysHesetMarch .. .
    Nell Cecil Will -- -------- .
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    the first ransom contact was 2 for probation hearing -,
    Be Toastmasters' believed,. to have been made Fri and sentencing.
    day night following the arrival s Marshall uses that name on
    Speakers TuesdayHarry here of the victim's father, cinema the West Coast and In Las Veg.as JJ1cJ\fC/'O/S a4rt ;
    Marvin Cecil tycoon Run Run Shaw. No Nev., and It Is the name w. JL ;
    Nell and
    details were given. der which he was Indicted. How.
    [will be speakers at 6:30 o'clock .
    There was no Immediate confirmation ever, In the Midwest and most. .
    I Tuesday night when Naples Toast. NArlae r1Aer Ae aLlaar
    he Is known as
    from police or -toe ly Chicago
    I masters hold Its regular meeting PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
    of Marshall a longtime
    family 31.year.old Shaw Vie Calfano
    I at the Rainbow Resta rant. John. Ming managing director of the I --- .. '_. _. hoodlum leader of Its under

    I nle of the Johnson Evening.will be toastmaster vast Shaw organization Question V, a timely and ten. are chosen. Thus the question world. lie Is awaiting trial in Original palotiags by ncogilzi artist. ,
    will Young Shaw was kidnaped ilon-packed motion picture of nalre becomes a supreme test Chicago on charges of conspir. .j 1
    1 call President Attorney Earl George Hodges Vega Wednesday by four gunmen, I I conscience under test In East for a boy who is forced to choose ing to defraud an Insurance k<.J.jt: )
    [ for the on table topics Bruce Mumm who waylaid his chautfeur..Jrlv. I Germany, will be seen here In between what Is easy and expe firm of $48,000.Mar.hall .
    will give the invocation and Cliff en sedan 100 yards from his 'a special showing at 6:30 p.m., dient and what is right and honor. and Del Monlco remain L
    home. The chauffeur was also free on $20,000 bond each. 1
    [ Wenzel will introduce members 'February 16, at Grace Lutheran able.The -
    seized. in
    and guests. Church Banyan Boulevard andTamiaml incidents depicted The counts on which they
    ; master evaluator will Police remained silent on \ Trail. "Question 7" are true. They are were convicted each carries a
    Acting as
    I be Ted Thorward with Rhys Beat. their hunt for the kidnapers. The title '"Question 7" refersto based on interviews with thou. maximum penalty of five years Frames Individually Designed
    Earlier unofficial reports said sands of who have fled r
    refugees .
    I ty and John Leavitt a* his eva. a questionnaire that children Imprisonment and a $10,000 fine.
    luators. Alternate speaker will several known underworld figures In East German public schoolsare to West Germany and hundreds leech Shopping Are ...
    were being held for ques- forced to answer before they more still remaining behind in A third defendant Allen Smll. .. -' .
    be Lee Ted whliaker Below. will serve as tim<(tlonlng.i can continue with advanced East Germany It Is a motion, ey, 52, of Los Angeles was ac .. : : I ,[ ': .
    T'
    er. Joe Santa as grammarian and"llLz'A studies. Only those whose an. picture which has won 22 major y
    i' Drive, .rd.u"n4.UYe' .awards fcab .selected, . .
    " .' 'Weston'as Wizard I Iwenf'" ue polltlcally..tellableEason and en .J I
    "best film of tha year" by thO
    Ahs. "Stop" Signs Mean STOP
    National Board of Review. The
    National Legion of Decency has i .
    strongly recommended It to every

    Eaion Graveside, infant services daughter for of Hope Mr. moviegoer.prominent European actors g[ t .lJ l r :
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    SPECIAL HOUSE and rence Mrs.Court Joel who Eason died, 2871 Friday Flo. directed play roles by Emmy in "Question award winner 7" V '

    were Naples held Memorial yesterday Gardens morning with at Stuart Rosenberg who directs Me most exciting( coof>cftalieteslcfence( / /
    many of the nighttime television
    Snow of the Assemblyof
    Reverend
    God officiating. The Earl G. dramas Lothar The film Wolff was of producedby Louisde oc(1flon..ln( uWo|> eg.dhcctr{ on the Qu J
    Hodges Funeral home was In
    nochemont Associates It was
    In The
    charge of arrangements. mooring
    shot on location In West Germany
    Besides her parents the baby
    within Sight of the East Zone
    Is survived by three brothersand
    guard towers and in RerUn be.
    one sister. PROUDLY
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    Heated Pool SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP)-Pope Illinois Car PRESENTSSeeka

    Paul VI has conferred the Papal

    honor "Pro Eccltsla et Ponti- Broken Into

    : flee" upon a Savannah couple: ,
    1 Block from B ach'
    Mr, and Mrs. Walter M. Craw. On Marco BeachA

    .. -IN -, :: : : ford. car belonging to John Deck.

    The Very lesf Residential Section The honor Instituted by Pope ley of Midlothian 111., parked on
    -- Leo XII, is one of the highest Marco Beach, was broken into
    awards made to laymen and is and $188 in cash, a lady's Jacket

    t or,, Appointment Call presented on the butt of out and a pair of gray trousers were
    the reported to
    missing owner
    standing achievement for the
    the sheriff's office Thursday.
    GRACE TRtlESDALE Roman Catholic Church and for Beckley his wife, and Mr. and 4ey
    the Pop, The Crawfords were Mrs. Marvin Coyner, and Viola ,
    REALTOR. cited for works of charity over Coyner bad parked the car fora
    :( ,....t r "M> :,HI U. 3'3 :31 h, Arv, M, Ml I. the years. walk on the beach. When a : / y f f1.fJt
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    10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS_ Sunday, February t, 1964 Storm Claim Of Viet Strong ,


    Cuba Fishermen '


    Dr. Tebeau Draws SkepticismKEY Man Appoints '


    WEST, Fla. (AP) A ,
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    State Department official today 4

    Authors questioned a claim by Cuban

    fishermen that a storm forced guN Self Premier

    ; rt them into American waters.

    1 "American fishing boats In the SAIGON, South Viet Nam

    New BookBY t area were not deterred," said ; (AP) Maj. Gen. Nguyen

    G. Harvey Summ, U.S. Cuban r Khanh, South Viet Nam's 36.

    OLDMAN affairs coordinator In Florida. year-old strong man, announcedthe
    HORACE
    The captains of four Cuban formation of a new govern
    Another book by Dr. CharltonW. trawlers captured off Florida's : ment today with himself as
    Tebeau whose history of Col.
    Last Dry Tortugas west of Key West ,4/,1 a premier.
    Her "Florida's
    County, told newsmen Friday night thata Dapper in paratrooper's fa.

    Frontier," has been widely ac. brewing norther last Sunday tlgues, Khanh read the list of

    'claimed will be available to the forced them to seek refuge Cabinet officers from the Steps

    public next week. Titled "They there. The Weather Bureau said of his office building and vowedto

    Lived in the Park," the 142 there were northerly winds, but ,- "bring forth all our strength

    page 0 by 0 Inch book Is, as that charts showed no severe to repel Communist aggression,
    Dr. TeBeau says, The story of ,
    weather. ;' to bring security to our people,
    Man;in the Everglades National One of the two members of especially those in the country
    heads the
    Park Dr. Tebeau
    r t the Cuban party who received side"
    University of Miami History De. U.s political asylum said the 38 4 4 Me Khanh named the popular

    partment. fishermen entered U.s.. waterson Maj. Gene Duong Van Minh as
    If the book does nothing else
    Instructions from Cuba. The chief of state. Minh, leader of
    for Its readers (but It actually other said "wind of fortune"
    a ,r the deposed military junta, is
    .
    does It provides an understandable
    )
    blew him to freedom. expected to have only nominal
    differentiation between the
    The four captains spoke to t'e4 -
    power.
    Calusa Tequesta and Seminole
    newsmen after an official from Minh will live in Saigon's Gla
    Indians In the minds of many,
    the Czechoslovakian
    Embassy In
    Long Palace, formerly occupiedby
    and the
    the three
    are one same-
    Washington conferred with them the late president Ngo Dlnh
    which Is far from true.
    and 23 crewmen in Monroe 0rj Minh who led the coall.
    Diem.
    and directorof ,
    The author traces the his tory PETER HERMAN ADLER, conductor music '
    County Jail for l'/i hours. of that ousted the
    lion generals
    of Everglades National Park from the Baltimore Orchestra which
    Symphony per.
    The Czech official, Dr. Fran. Diem regime last Nov. 1, was
    the time It was merely a casual forms for members of the 1964 Naples Community tlsek Tellcka, said that after a overthrown by Khanh's swift,
    idea In the minds of several e.F
    men unll It ,became a realityin Concert Association on Thursday, February 13, at consulting with the Cuban government bloodless coup on Jan. 30. r
    he will for
    arrange crowd of politicians
    While a
    1947, with President Harry 8:30 p.m. in the Naples Senior High School Audi counsel for the prisoners. They c diplomats and newsmen listenedin ,

    S. Truman the principal speak. could get six months In jail and
    ceremonies heldat torium. a parking lot below, Khanh
    er at dedication 9500 fines on state charges of r.y
    disclosed his list of three deputy
    the
    Everglades, then county 'Baltimore' leaderConductor fishing in Florida waters with. premiers, five ministers and
    seat at Collier County
    out permission.The .
    10 secretaries of state.
    has used in his
    Dr. Tebeau
    informa.tlon Czech Embassy handles Explaining what he called the
    of
    new book some bits
    Cuban matters in the United
    historic mis.
    new government's
    contained in his history of Adler
    but there Is States. slon to save the country, Khanh
    Collier County,
    Seven members of the Cuban
    enough new and different material said "Every act aimed at sow.
    party, freed because they are
    log disunity and act of sabotage
    to make the new one ex.
    under 17, were taken to Miamiby beneficial to the Communistsand
    tremely interesting to anyone Studies At
    5 immigration authorities for
    who has lived, visited, or heard Began neutralists will constitute a
    to Cuba.
    deportation
    crime against the people of the
    about the vast Everglades -- '-- -,, < ..."' ._'....... ... _... m--.. motherland."
    National Park. Peter Herman Adler, distin miere of "The Silent Woman"by v

    In Ms acknowledgements, Dr. guished Czech-born Music dir- Richard Strauss. He also Make Final StudyOf SLICK TRICK-Duke enjoys playing with children at the Quincy grade school in On Friday a bomb explodedin
    five Viet.namese
    bar
    Tebeau writes of gathering that "Much materialsand of the ector and conductor of the Baltimore received critical acclaim for Financing Of Topeka, Kan. lie seems to zip down a slippery slide with no trouble at all. Duke waitsin a Saigon, including, killing a bar girl.

    expense preparing illustrations was Symphony appearing hereat the presentation of the opera"Fldello" line for his turn, too. lie creates some problems, though, he wants to go to school Six U.S. servicemen were

    underwritten by a grant to the Naples Senior High School Hospital Program wounded, none seriously.The .

    University of Miami in 1950 by Thursday, February 13, under During the tenure of Maes- NOT QUITE THE explosion at the PlayboyBar

    the sons of Barron G, Collier the auspices of the 1964 Naples tro Adler, the Baltimore Sym- TALLAHASSEE (AP-A recommended HUNTER INSTINCT was the worst terrorist act

    In honor of David Graham Cope. Community Concert Association phony has grown steadily In size program of hospital Psychiatrist Talks To in the capital in more than a

    land. This is the third In a sere made his American debutin and stature. The orchestra now construction to be financed witha TALLAHASSEE Fla (AP) year. The night spot Is often

    les titled "Copeland Studies in 1940conductlng the New York performs more concerts than $7.9 million federal allocation Nine-year-old Brad Kldd of frequented by Americans. It is
    was awaiting final considerationtoday. Tallahassee had been begging I big hotel for UJ5. enlist.
    near a
    Florida History'. the total number of performances -
    Philharmonic -
    Hebecamepermanent
    Auxiliary Here hunting with his I
    HosDital foe months to go ed men.
    Through the generosity of Mrs. conductor of the Balti- during the first 20 yearsof The State Development Com father

    D, Graham Copeland, who now more Symphony In 1959. the orchestra's existence. The day arrived and Dad Helen
    mission's coun.
    hospital advisory great burton
    ;
    resides in New Orleans,the Cope. While physical health depends reser lor of love and hate, com.tllete ,
    Beginning violin studies at Well over 3,000 miles are covered ell prepared the recommenda. shot down a duck. The bird was ,
    land papers and pictures recentlywere upon a balance between "bugs and with pressure guages. he
    presented to the Collier the age of five In his home in the Orchestra's springand tions Friday. They will be takenup immunity, mental health has its said. "We feed the reservoir only wounded and the elder Kidd

    County Historical Society at one town of Jablonec, Czechoslovakia fall tours. This year, the by the development commls.,balance between love and hate," through the continuing process!f was about to dispatch it when Psstl!

    of its meetings at the courthousein Adler gave his first recital Baltimore Symphony Is appear- slon In a meeting Feb. 13. Dr, Clarence H. Schildt, Fort learning. Hate is comprised ol Brad snatched" it up. '
    "It's hurt, said Brad. "Don'tkill It t not too l.t. to land a water .
    there when 10 old. ing In Key West and Fort My The program advocated by the resentment hostility suspicion ,
    East Naples.Dr. years Myers phychlatrist, told the Naples ,, I take It home." to your favorite Vdtntinofrom -
    it. want to
    Tebeau, who will addressthe While a student at the Prague ers (February 11th) as well as advisory group would allocate community Hospital Auxiliary depression, anger, and emotional Next, Bill Kidd tried to shoota the .
    hospl.
    to 16
    general
    annual meeting of the local I Conservatory he became mus- Naples. $3,030,000 to three Thursday morning at the upsets, and the pressures withina turkey but Brad objected.

    Historical Society In March, has ical director of the opera In Members of the 1964 Naples tals)27SS4S units $853,400 for seven psychiatric public Beach Club Hotel. Hate, he said, person resulting from the con. "You'll scare my duck."
    ,
    done his usual thorough and businesslike represents disease in the mental fllct between various aspects ol
    his native town and later of the Community Concert Associa- health centers $1,748,500 for The hunting trip ended at aveterinarian's Little Coquina Shop
    of setting down In emotional realm while love hate and the positive Immunity f
    job con.
    tion are reminded that where' Brad
    they office
    Opera In Brno, the second largest eight diagnostic and treatment
    an entertaining manner the his. statutes one's Immunity to the love must have means of es.cap. .
    tory of this area. He Illustrates city In Czechoslovakia. must present their membershipcards units, $812,500 for two nursing pressures exerted by its aniline .." people escape their pre got instructions for nursing his Beach P.tl, Ir4 St., ...
    He also conducted the at the door In order to homes and $115,000 for a reha-., duck back to health ,
    Prague (nor Library)
    the chapters with excellent plc.lures .... Balance of pressure between cures in many different ways,,
    many of which will be Philharmonic as well as opera be admitted. Effective with the bllltatlon center. the two is the key to good mental tome good; others Dan zor tnem,

    familiar to pioneer Collier Coun.tlans. and symphony concerts In leadIng appearance of the Baltimore The commission said that the health, he explained. the speaker declared., .

    musical centers InGermany Symphony, all membershipcards federal ,money would help million, pay S "Dreams. representT windows Three means,of,release! ich ,,, ", vl, .".. I..
    of about
    The book will be available next and Austria.In will be punched. Late- for a total $29 into personality," Dr.Schiltstat. Dr. Schllt said he considers good NOTICE "1 '

    week at several Naples book this country,Peter Herman comers may be faced with worth of new the hospital state adding building to, ed. "All of us are at times and healthful ones are work.
    stores, as well as at locationsin throughout psychotic in our dreams." It is every person needs some physi-
    Adler has the February -
    appeared on podium "standing room only" on .
    the million worth of underway
    $31 Jobs
    cal work for his mental health; }
    Immoka.lee
    Everglade Marco, of when dream fantasies are carried Ir. Dale Williams
    the NBC, Cleveland and 13th.
    .
    and other Collier County now.Pumping Into waking hours without distinction religion; and hobbles, when used
    communities. Detroit Symphonies, and at that we must becommitte actually for fun and recreation.The .

    summer festivals in Central TrenchesAt ed for mental care and rehabilitation business meeting,conduct., it no longer authorized to

    IRS ExpectingMore City, Colorado, and Lewlsohn Building. he continued. ed by Mrs. A. R. Staley, auxiliary !. represent

    Stadium in New York. Night Needed, "All of us have an emotional president, featured a reportby

    ArrestsIn Music lovers remember Mr. (Continued from page 1) the ways and means chairman, Naples Printing Co. Inc

    Adler's many television pro- The building as proposed con- City Manager SaysWork Mrs J. A. Meadors, to the

    Bribe Cases ductions with the NBC Opera forms to all zoning setback, In Sanitary Sewer District Take JudiciaryOut general completed membership projects' earnings on recently for Effective Feb. 6. 1964

    WASHINGTON (AP-The In. Company which he founded and height and parking require- No. 3 is going along satis the hospital more than$1400 from

    ternal Revenue Service expectsto formerly conducted. He dir- ments. factorily, City Manager Vince Of Politics two projects this winter and or

    make additional arrests in ected the world premiere of Meanwhile, Woodward said Wood says progress in the preparations foi

    the next few weeks as It steps Menotti's "Maria Golovln" at two $55,000 penthouse units and Bumby and Stlmpson crews the White Elephant Sale, annual

    up its campaign to root out cor the Brussels World Fair. At four other apartments In the currently are working in the big Bar Head UrgesST. hospital benefit sales ex. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

    ruption in its ranks. the New York City Center he proposed building already have central portion of the big sewer travaganza, which Is scheduler
    Thirteen have been district the portion bordered PETERSBURG (AP) -' Fifth Avenue South
    persons
    has directed "The Abduction been sold. There Is no valid this year for Friday, February
    this roughly by Golf Drive, FUthAve.nue Chesterfield Smith of Bartow,
    arrested year, Includingseven 28, in the Chlumsky Building,
    from Seraglio". "The Tam- reason for the City to delay
    of the Florida
    IRS employes in bribery South, the Tamlaml Trail, president-elect
    and embezzlement ,cases. Six ing of the Shrew" and more granting him a building permit, and First Street. Bar Association, told circuit 966 Mrs.Central Meadors Avenue.also announce Three units on first floor available at

    were arrested last week in New recently the American pre-' Woodward maintained. .. Most of the complaints coming judges that politics should be plans for the showing on Marc h $17500 a month each. One unit on second

    York City. --- -- to Wood's attention are removed from the judiciary, 18 and lOot the Brlggs' film;a floor available at $150 per month.

    More arrests in the New York from persons claiming they are "There's nothing wrong with at the senior high school audi

    case are predicted by U.s.. Atty. Take kept awake nights by pumps which politicians becoming judges," torlum. This is another annua: Size of units vary In size from 2250 feet toe

    Robert M. Morgenthau. Arrests Not Planning To keep water from caving in Smith told the Florida Confer,, tradition for the auxiliary mad< 2400 square feet Tenant may have subleasing : -

    also are expected in other trenches. "The pumps are diesels ence of Circuit Judges Fridaynight possible by the loan from S. F,. privileges. Ample parking In rear
    areas. and mufflers have been put "but the tragic part ol
    Briggs of films which he has nud Mortimer M. Caplin, IRS com. on them, but they're still pretty our system Is that all judges through his Solano Studios. ADo building.

    missioner, declined to make any Guantanamo Fidel SaysContinued noisy," Wood remarked. have to become politicians," nouncement of this year's pro. CONTACT:

    predictions about future arrests He said it is necessary to gram will be made later.
    although he had said previouslythat have the pumps operate 24 hours Smith recommended the cir Shick chalrmai:
    Mrs. F. W. ,
    the New York Investigationis ( from page 1) "This has nothing to do wit!1 a day. Were they shut off, under cult judges spearhead a nev, of the hospital information con.. '
    continuing. Panama Castro said, "It is ai 1 ground water would accumulatein method of selecting judges, one I
    stallatlon was to seek the tree. based test feature of the White Elephant
    the trenches and the excava. more on professional qual' eW4
    Caplin said Increased arrestsstem entirely different case. rules RtorSMIT'8
    dom of Cuban fishermen seized Sale, explained o
    locations than
    on political
    from the IRS' three-year off the Florida coast Castro said the decis ton lions' walls would collapse. Thepumps Smith and Tom C. Clark party,.' the contest and told of some o
    campaign against Internal cor. leader to send fishing boats into thi t drain out underground wa. as the donations for contest prizes
    The Cuban rejected an
    loci ate justice of the U.S. Supreme ..
    of "well '
    ter points"
    by means
    ruption. Secre. Gulf of Mexico was made Nov. Tickets for the contest are avail
    Interpretation by U.S.
    Court ..
    Attempted bribes have been tary of State Dean Rusk that 17, thereby also rejecting spec a Installed in the ground. ference banquet, spoke of to a con,..' able at the Bank of Naples, th e AmocUtei! Eitabliiihed 1940
    the
    reported 126 IRS ulatlon have decided t Wood reported that one woman one highlights
    by
    employes the water cutoff appeared to be he may o< of a four-day conference. First National Bank, Hollands. MI'lle Craig MI. 2.2175
    over the past three years. the first step In "a concerted put pressure on the Unite 1 resident kept awake by Clark told the ley, Inc., Adelaide, Inc., an judges he 5th
    Of 101 the donned a pair of ear. came I Are So
    arrest.lnvolvinr Inter. campaign" to evict the United States In consultation with Soviet a pumps, to Florida to study the operation the hospitality shop of the hos.
    nal corruption during that pe. Premier Khrushchev dor a plugs. I
    States from Guantanamo pltal.
    nod, 45 were in the New York log a visit to Moscow las t "Then she got an ear infection of the judges seminar which was I
    "We are fighting for the lib. the first of
    Its kind when
    formed
    Next and she wants us to
    region highest was Clncln. month. pay
    natl with 18 eratlon of the fishermen," Cas.tro her doctor bill Wood said., in 1960. Since then, other stateshave
    Boston had 9, Phil. Castro met newsmen on i I a ,
    said., "The problem of the
    organized
    adelphla S and at harts r a group basedon
    Chicago 7. dockside Havana ;
    base Is part of a series of circumstances King James I the Florida
    England's
    The IRS conducts about 10,000 that constitute where be introduced a 22.yearold ap pattern. FOR SALE This lovely home at 625 Mooring Line Drive In IIJheMooringsH
    a ; pointed "keeper of the King's "You In Florida are In the
    Investigations and S50 audits American fisherman win
    a source of friction and tension otters" to look after the pack of forefront in improvement of the 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, beautifully landscaped, with Florida Room.
    year as checks on its own em. said he had come to Cuba t I)
    ployes between the United States and seek political asylum. tame aquatic mammal trained to administration of justice,"Clark
    Cuba and that have to be dealt catch fish for his table. said.
    The tall, blond flshermai 11
    within the general aspect of
    identified himself as Dennl
    these relations.
    KirbY, a native of Vallejo, Calll
    Castro also rejected a claim
    NAPLES He said he arrived Friday n
    by. some U.S. officials that he
    West Fla. In a fights 4 r
    from Key ,
    provoked the arrest of the fish Fe b .kl 4 FIRST t 1 t *
    foot shrimp boat owned by y eve every : f in+ f *
    ermen at a time when the Unit.ea
    BUSINESS States was bogged down In employer, the Morgan Sea Foo'

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    I-Announcements 22-Musical Instruments 49-Houses For Rent 55-Stores-Offlce 65-Gen. Real Estate ; R 1 y iI leqTU

    Two Cemetery Lots in NaplesMemorlel Beachfront 100x900 deep on
    Oardena. Reesoneble: Furnished bed'm.-'I; beth Ottice Space 12 X II ft. For south Naples Shores (between ..
    Cell after S PM. Mldwey 1.2032. Home with central heel T.Vcable Rent at $/S per mo. Coast Gordon 4 Little Marco P..Iu'o '
    PIANO located et Aqualane to Bay. Including! a driedin alJB
    : 365 6th Ave, SoST .
    Colony Bldg. : ,
    STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS Shores For Season or monthly) .. =0'620' $1'1000.00 :(,

    For Studio Girl cosmetics call call Midway 2 1762_ Haldarman ,
    2 BR cottage on 18'1
    Ml Z20IS Order now7 Beautiful -Houses For Sale
    spinet 2 bedroom furnished House Creek with 1. carport 4 utility' i'if'
    and screened room, 50 x200' ft. wooded. lot u +
    with carport
    PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Piano in new con- porch. Quiet neighborhood. }52S "COQUINA SANDS" custom 3 with boat dock, Furnished ,,1'Ib
    1121 E. Tamlaml, Trail for sea a n. CARIBBEAN bedroom 2 beth Home, large $10,tOO 00.
    Midway. 1.66723Bo'tsMoton dition. Greatly reduced REALTY. 3750 No. Trail' Midway screened porch and garage .
    2.S1S 5. corner lot, phone Mf 2 5751CSS I.on I BR house on 10th St Available :
    T in 3 .... for yearly rental JI')
    in price, SEASONAL Home K SOO Waste IHt SilO 00 per month unfurnished
    Acces. Lovely 2 bedroom I bath Home N'g'' ,,'ane, 0. .i "' .pl... Air" cond Purchase op. 1(
    terms can be arranged on pond side of North Lake tion. Brit
    Drive 'In most secluded
    YACHT BROKERAGE Write to 1 block from beech 2 blocks spot "COQUINA SANDS" Custom 3 Industrial lots on Radio' Rd 4 r :1w
    Complete Neplea Listings from Beech Club and furnished bedroom 1 bath Home, large ml of airport' Zoned C 3 r,
    Fine Inboard Boats From 20' Fireplace end carport Call screened porch and garage on I00'.fo'o' $250000 with terms: ri
    Box lot, Phone IP
    1737 N Naples corner M2 t5l to
    Bob Martin MI2 3757Brunk Midway 26360 or 24336 Trail Acre lots 50'.150' $47600

    .Smith Chris.Craft Seles Two bedroom 1 b.th Home. 4 BR..2 CBS-HOME $25 00 napelcion0see per mo, .rlbt/
    With 1X 10 ft. .Florida Room For or call
    FOR SALE: It ft. painted mahogtny with Florida room c.rport.
    "ti boat 1961 electric Completely furnished within large screened patio, masterbedroom
    0hp R.E. Broker >
    Mercury, N.w 17.ft. Hurricane walking distance to Beech 4 and bath, air conditioned ,. DICK HILL, Re9. btnl
    brake front trailer Dock- 23-MiK. For Sale o Season ; utility ,room I ear carport
    master. Marco Island Inn. or Yearly. Contact.Lh: Brown city sewerage, well end The Hilhouse Co. eata
    2/Stf at DEWEY POLLY Realty)!', pump for sprinkling Q E. stove 191, .
    I w- Ladies New Wilson Irons-3.5, Itt Av.. N. 4 Tamlaml' Trail and refrlg All rugt and drapes, 2-4303 ''e
    30ft. Chris Craft S.. Skiff 03101 2 weel.... Call Midway Midway 2.435S tome furniture i TV, cable, gas MI ... -- J'f.. ... .. .
    extension' 22S heal ... .. '
    ONLY IIS.SOO Located at .
    ,
    twin screw hip to .ho,., fully -unfu'rnithed .. .." f.M
    bedroom weter. 1151 7th Ave Ne. Cell Bill LOTS Of TREES PLUS ROM ... -- .i. ...1
    equipped sleeps five, ready dRod Lawn Mower V. able 190 : .'" 'lv .
    front Home, Tucker. Midway MOM TO BUILD ANOTHER HOUSEOR ,wot'I. '
    to io and priced to aall. See 4 months old. $60. 3191 Conn.Av. month .lr WY 2.39S1 daytime 'I.. SMALL APT BLOG Haute -.. "": 11oto':. .. .
    per
    at Royal Palm Yacht Club, .. .MJ3 beifroom 2 bath Herbs .'Po ..._..
    So. or I 2 evenings has two bedrooms, two bathrooms >
    Fort M .... EDison 4I7M, s Royal Harbor, seawall and dock two .. t n
    1/7.II.Un 1960 trailer, 1x36. Cabana lx2S.: One bedroom, furnished on and dock matter, air I conditioned ,00m.cInln., room kitchens with reverse living ill,
    condition., .1ft.. 13th St near Lake Park school and heated, ell spoilances l -/ ...
    30 ft. Chris Craft Saa Skiff, good. 1963 35 hp Mercury fiberglassboat. electric 1500 down $77 monthly See CHERRY PANELINGANO blocks r : air Irom conditioning Catholic; School Two, ...-........ ..rvJd".'-"' T 1.J
    ,
    twin Chrysler I7l'a. CENTRAL FIREPLACE.
    radio depth
    stert Writ A EB.aiesto John Pulling, Naples Real Ea- 19
    or see
    one block from City Hall nine'
    aura finder water"snifter, auto System pilot,, mend pr..- jeckson's Gateway tate Exchange. MI 2 6133. IN LIVING. Immediate ROOM. Wall occupascy. to wallcarpeting. palm treat. ten tall pine, tr.... SEAL'SI'I'JO'ALWhat would get a bull elephantseal's Ot

    tanks shifts and .tut.- Harbor, 2/914 2/7jtftw MARLOWE 4 BECK REALTORS Priced, Total 113,500 Includes everything seal of approval' Perhaps a good Mashing at leastit JJrtw:
    electric winch full canvas nr'"NORTH NAPLES 4S1 SIN Ave, So. Mid- tares county and

    of all foam.&rubber-cud bury bunks salt- 3 water sits 26-Personal very Unlurn.large 2 BR living Home R.. Dining tile Bath R., gay i 822158Lots __ city Himet only., Midway 67 dollar 22270 Call, or C.MI J. would appear so at the Frankfurt Zoo In Germany \ ode

    *ystem finest tea skiff. In Big, Storage .,... Stove 4 Re For Sale 1.001/ -- sPlIT
    C.II Midway 2 ill.
    Ntlas. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS frig Included US per mo Call
    .
    Man Women with drinking Ml 231IS from 6 to I p.m. These Homes __
    For Sale2* ft. Daniela built, problems Call MI 2.2770. Meetings 2/S, 7. 9 GULF FRONTAGE ON .ISLAND .
    Boal. 141 H.P. Straight, I. Tuesdays and Fridays I 30 JUST NORTH OF MAR Open Daily 3.5 t
    Chrysler froth water cooled.I P m. Cottage First, Baptist, SELL or RENT 3 bedroom 1 CO LOT 100 X 110, EXTENDS Read the Want ID pt.
    Teak decks, Loaded with as: Church bath 649 10th St.. No., Carl FROM GULF TO WATERWAY 1672 JEWEL BOX AVE, Royal.. ins
    tree. E. Turner Sons Inc.. Anderson et Midway 2 601S Harbor, Immaculate new waterfront .
    Midway 2.Itn. For an estimate of your GEORGE HOTELABROOK.. Home offered for leel Mill
    2 bedroom House. furnished LYN. NYBeautiful than replacement coat Avoid 'l! Painting needs phone MI Call Midway 2 3I9S after 5:30: the' delay and problems of .
    SPECIAL PM. building, lot less than building' MOVE RIGHT IN 2 ,IIInt
    No
    2-4580 job too Uipf: or : :
    two blocks from beech on First
    bedrooms 2 baths living room
    Two bedroom
    19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby"run too small. Clean efficient home one blockto Ave.. North. 17,600 David C. and dining' rooms have eliding
    HP beach, two blocks to J elftours. Jones Realtor JSl. .Fifth Av.. doors to screened porch with Clubs 181lei
    twin 40
    about, service GULF.. REALTY Available CO.until 2-46SI..,. So MI 1.3152. ,/1,0,11ATTENTION southern expoture Electric Naples Civic
    motors with only .
    Johnson
    liS'+ kitchen central' heel and air d9el

    16 hri. since new. 2 18 GEORGE UHL Painting conditioning, I car .or....
    1 bedroom Home. For RentIn $20.500
    pal. gag tanks, all control Brookslde Village 1110 per U
    Commercial und Res. month on year I..... Call Mid- IF you are looking for 1150 GALLEON DR. PORT And .
    etc 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. Licensed and Insured way t.t.3L'! "[ *.40Z>' MOLAY. beeutiful new weter- Organizations :
    wise Investment In real
    , a front Nome AVAILABLE: AT tat9W
    er complete package Six month old 2'bedroom.;' l""tle
    2761 Storter Ave, check these features ONCE Planned for Florida leisure
    $1895. See at 1650 Murex both home on corner lot at 6th estate living Matter bedroom
    Naples, FlA. 33940 Ave No. near hospital west ) dining, room kitchen open to The following lixl of local ritlf flub and urganlaulilns '>
    Drive or call Dill Tucker tide of Trail. Only 1200 down lerge screened porch, equippedwith in iirlntrd ge an aid lo pcrnon wishing to tonUrl Individual
    RUBBER STAMPS that fill 00 CORNER LOT 100'x 160'. : lo
    by No
    payments owner,
    electric built In Bar B
    Midway 2-1295 Excellent club. all from time lo llmr. 'lb. nnnird, are
    rlubx.
    brokers Ph. ear prrnonM
    a make food impression. pleese. 2-4803 or Quo 3 pedroomt, 2 baths, central nl
    a
    Buy! 1.61" 2/7..11.12 ZONED FOR 12 UNIT heel and air condition, 2 bend of the nrRtniiatlunii) (In meet rant. ('hang,. should !><.
    Any lit*. Quick service. which will electric door.
    -- APARTMENT can car garage phonrd lo thr NK\\S..
    Two bedroom home one blockto .
    FISHERMAN Collier County NEWS.29Profeasion.1 $41,000 CONSIDER alt
    SPORTS beach, two blocks to golf face on either street for
    2''t' Ulrlckton. flying bridge, course, Available until May, Akohulice .\ nun, moue; 'Hob
    22S Gray Marine with fishing, sleeps chairs three.complete GULF REALTY CO. '-'155. greatest use. VINCE CONBOY New. .IA group 11:10:: p.nt. I'ridas al I'll.nn'. 1'11'1",1.

    and many other ..t,.. Top Service 2/149. LOCATED just one block Original A l group. 11:30:: p.m Tu.......) II and .'rl.IA"1 en'is

    condition. $495000. Call Burton from Naples Community lit 5th Ava. Parkway First lI.pll.1 ('ollall"

    Broa. 2.2320.5Business. Unfurn 2 BR Home, tile Bath Ph MI 1574-- w.r- .\mnl..." ('anr..r H..rl..l Ir lIanl..1) 1.lInlll., 2.\11:111: :
    Income Tax Returns prepared very large living R., Dining R. Hospital and new medical lot
    by Max Weston former tax Big Storage area, Stove 4 Re- APT. FOR ALt: .\multl" I..alon Tumm) hrhur 2.61118
    Opp. consultant for Little River TexService frig Included $65 per mo Call buildings, seven blocks from Co Op Apt Overlooking' Gulf or Amnl"'n I..rllln. \01llia) rare lr"H.1 2.\nll: flU

    of Miami. Call Midway Ml 23IM from 6 to S PM. the beach and three blocks reasonable Bay I or t, bedroom furnished' IH or bathe on-, \mulran Ih'd ('rOl.a lien' lIurtman 2.\1\11: :\ mimll

    COIN LAUNDRIESYour 2-2270 Real; Estate for appointment.Stewart Office, 421 from Kwik-Chek.ELEVATloh1"11fnlhi. furnished; Shoreline Apts. 171OuW Aparlmcnt Motel I Aea'n. Nil'lrhl a 2a61a' ...., ,, ''n it a
    beet profit oportunlty li '. > *her* Blv '."feeN.e4rorn" ,,, .. .., ? "r ...,._ : : .. .all
    er ev.r M 112 '
    with Philco, ..Full BendiM stops comm..tEquipment. replacement '. 6 |ftrt:: .Stj rw,5 ir.nwea w.i 50-Rooms For' Rent 10r Manelon/ House) nand lIu,,,,I..,... Nand, 'il..n.. ., .Idlll- !

    machine, or additional; Furnished f bedroom--epert- is greater than any other 1-Sedroom frame house, unfurnished 11.1. Nlgma Phi 1I..lIa Suo Mrs I I\.n (ir..ndahl 2.1721 .W

    machinea. Oil the Facts Get 38-Autos For Sale mint. huge living room kitchen apartment site In the area., I on IM agree :In SUNSET XI 11..1. Hrs.I Fred l"rHllrd 2.2fillll ,itsnt
    The Prlcea. Contact W. T Sny. ind bath TV outlet Ph. MI E IT buy for .
    DO.tT.YOUR.ILf lIurh flub IImr'a, iull .\.n. M r". 11 m. I"rhntlldu' 2.:111:1: : I
    .". write 696J Way So, 1.3691. SEWER Is in and fully a family.
    : Pate; n:2a:7. 7J earn Chrysler, Excellent I condl"on. ; for.PRICED $1(00 with .... lent torm.1 Board "I 1f..II" Juhtl !C. 51111141 2.\UII:
    paid .
    awl,
    Wit. $395. Ml, 26051. 25,9,12,10lots Desirable Room C In private( Buy I".ou", I'd: II..IIIH' 2.3037iruokslde : :
    Homo by week, after 0. callMidway at 19,000.00. MOTEL-APT I aptt. I ) V ilia lIP ,teen. Millard ('IawsunHuelnrhe 099l I
    .
    motel' I
    station for 1.2032.51W.nted rooms
    COIN LAUNDRY For Sale. what Dave you.wagon MI awep MJU. D. T. JONES Enterprise. unfinished apt Owners living I and I'rur SSomrn ;Ire. Jane Iurra)' 2.:18111:
    Call Owner at CARIBBEAN 2yi4 P.__0. Box 793 Ml 2 6340 Quarters All I completely' furnithed. -
    REALTY. 1750 No. Tamlaml All aptt. and motel ('hambrr ear l'ummerre (En: \'. I'.) 11.,101 S. I'rarr 2.1\111\

    Trail Midway 26155. To Rent Fronts on Bay of Naples end rooms alr-condltloned ('hrrrlul Losrre (fU..1)) ('Iub MrmM'r 2.2:1ltll:

    40-Autos Repairs Parts Beach Club Golf Course Own. Room: for location ei anion. Oo.or ('1,11 .I1r 1'.lrlll Grurgr 1'I11I.n..r 2.l11: !

    12..lp Wanted WANTED: 'Room board bath er In sale Naples I I Bet every 173?.0.Feb; forgulch come Naples Price: 170,000 with' terms In ('hll 1I..n.. ('1l) Cllh..rl! Itrndrr 2.1310

    for elderly' lady In, privatehome. Naples lull Irtense. ('.,unl, Tomm) hrhol' 2.flltU
    not equied..10lt .
    ) office LOOK HERE Total care COMMERCIAL LOT EXCELLCNT \. 1'. \.r. 2.fi921. '.::1121
    For general Will per month. Write For Sale Wooded Lot neerShedowlawn of ( "a..1 Guard .\ulllar) ,
    location
    on corner .
    work. 1 n09. It P. O. 3. Naples: : 2/63t School city, water. CENTRAL and THE TRAIL ('0111.., l'u. ( ..n..r. ('um ('a511cr" '1'... n..t'nd 2.2IIIIt:

    Ina: and Inp10ep Wondering where to go available. Easy Terms Call Near the canter of all but- ('olli..r ('u 11cm flub N II. lI..nlllnl 2.11\111\

    1. bgo .k With your ear problems ? S4-Trade Sell brobes.Mldway 26192' en see your :Inns activity Make detireblepropurty en appointment ('1111kr ('11. 1)rm. Rx: ('11,". II. It. 1'11111" ball 2.:121111: Otfl
    to this
    or ; see (
    Wrlfe, giving Factory Finish Paint Jobs Price 1I.lan It. Urnll 2.lIIU:
    today
    full RatlcurO"'ttq Wracks Rebuilt Choice Commercial, Lot .ForSale IU.500 with good 'terms. ('"III.., ('o. Ins. .\lII'nl. I."nardll. I\lnl( 2.\11:1: : 1"in
    Trade 24 In. late model on the Trail. Must tell tosettle
    0 N..... Tuneups table Will T V. for small used Car Estete. Priced far below Lucille Ottt teal Brown ('oilier ('u. Mrd. I'I'N'I..I J. ('. Garland. 31.11.. 2UUII:
    9 1 .!1 )'ounty .Front end alignment In rood condition., .Fred Relher, going' price Edna Foster, Bo- Virgil Marcum Bob Jaeger ('I1I1I..r ('". 'nl.1 health .\.n. J. F'" "I'ranklin. I'h.l 2fillil) I
    Overhaul 1266 Trail Terrece nit. ...ch. Phone WY 2.4UI Thrln'lI ('lIid 2.fillll2
    Motor ('ulh..r ( ... T. IL ifMl.
    Domestic Help Wanted: hour Tr/inamlssion rebuilt WANTA TRA-E;; PORT ROYAL Lot W 122 Gel- DEWEY POLLY l'nnsrrltiun I/frlrrr hen hll..h..d .2111 a
    3 time weekly must :
    b.dally able or to cook and clean; C.II LubricationUndercoat Have a 3 bedroom house with Write leon Drive G. J., For Herbert Sale or 2620'trade.p" REALTY ('nnlrarl..,'.. \.d.lllln I F'. II. .hf'I'. 2.1122

    Mldwey lea_aft.r_I_PM'" good Fla. room and air condo In a Reed Darien Conn (') press Grange 1"I"n now 511' 2.2072 ,'
    county location with city 2 US5
    Need four Men or Wom.n for Br.kesPolish water. Will sell or trade equity To tellle. Ctlele.' tot II. BlockK Itt Av. N. a T.ml.ml Trill IMnla, Welter ,1, lI"hnt/ 2.3437: IY
    pert time Salea Delivery W.aDon't for lot car, boat or what have Pine Midge Eitentien |).000
    Work; :In Collier County Age ;;. MI 2S249 'til I p m. Cash CARIBBEAN REALTY Reelrrn ,"I..r, tlrs. \nna ('..n'I, 2.1017:
    35 to SO. Must have car and look any lurther 1 Trail Ml' J 6145II 2.9343Elks : : :'
    1/40 No 66-lntur.nc > .Fred 'spit's, ('h It Assn. 11 m. .\. l'dwsnle; Gl
    Suck.tier
    Writ. Mr.
    b. ,Bondable P. O BOK; 17S4, Naplea Sea .: flub W. !Huy !4111llh' 2.11:111: it.U

    Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. 57! -Houses For Sale <4 X UO Multi family Lot INSURANCE: : OF ALL KINDS Enchant': ('Iub lIuld ('. 11111 .29:11:
    Window cleaner, experience on corner near 6th Ave .15000 Benaon Insurance Agency, Ins
    preferred but not Accessary. 130 tilt SI, N. Ml I 2.910944'Mobil. I D.droom'Fouie on Frenk Phone Owner Midway 2.11N- liS ftth Avenue, louth. MlHotpitaliittion Ctrl I'Itoulli )1,.. .\li... 'I'Imbrrlakr' 2.l4:1U: :

    Naplea Window Cleaning' San Naples. Fie. Whitman Blvd. $t500, Terms 2 5141, Grrelrr Naples 1'.nh.lI..nl. )Ir... ('a,1 Ilauhl'r 2.\\711: : Ism
    vice Ml 2-6952. After i to good credit risk CARIB

    Ml 243H,_ r/ltf; BEAN REALTY 1.1155. 3750 No. Trail, 59-Acreage) Health., ,Group, A A Business 0 t I 11 e Ins n t, lI..rl .", ..ft'I.II"n \1 lrs. ('. It. I'rarsrns 2.11ti: : trIq

    Have one bedroom, bath and HomesFor flldway Metropolitan' Lila 'Insurance 11I..1111'1..1 14/14'1..1' } "r..d lI..mlin 2.fillllli) S
    sitting room apartment available PLUS ROOM Naples High' Acret I 14 miles Consultant Clouter, .
    LOTS OF TREES Merry Ionpital .rrlltru.: I Mrestar/ lansln 2.\lIfill:
    for an experienced cook rn ANOTHER HOUSE from city only I five acre MI 2104S P 0. Boa gill 't
    Sale23 ft. Palace TO BUILD ,
    who la willing to serve and do Harbor OR SMALL APT BLDG House parcel remaining. 10% Down 1I".pllal JoI."I" :\o. 2 Slrs. Wm (.ir..I' 2.13214:
    light house work. References %in Jackson Gateway has two bedrooms two bathrooms $50 per month. Philip,. N. Keyea, humane $1K, 'I'I) 11rs. I.orl 1\.11. 2.3327Jahere :
    required Call MI 26433. FOR SALE: two kitchens, living P. O Boa 130S Naples. Midway
    2/M.11.12 SPARTAN TRAILER Imperial room.dining room with reverie 2-7.790 hub Han" 2.11117 That Ia

    men7g5 and Mansion falouey Cabana, per air conditioning; Two eTre Tracts $T down'(5 "per 100KING THEM OVER? Jat't' lI..b ltI.nlt.1 2.lflOII ,
    UAN/ WANTED Rout. feet condition, ; lot a 35 north babe r : from Catholic School month, no interest, 1)50 Two Jayrre \\ hI'I ,... 111'11' ICN' '. .1111III.unl. :
    operate a retail Watkins section, Naples TrallerParkt block from Hall nine "
    one miles from
    City Golden Gate City. .
    In this area. (Would consider palm trees, ten pine trees. Collier County Real Estate J I 'harks .I..pl'h 2.U IIIInltl'hlll ) Pleases .
    :lady 40 $125.00ai old) Earnings 26 of week from Sale 1100 Cathi for ,immediate Total lace county and YI"... lake. .I'ark. I'T\ nm"d \\.nul.; 2.1112IIonu t
    the very beginning' For pen Sale' ) Lot 8 I Palm Late Trailer ,. city only 67 dollars Call C. J. 'D
    home Ur St IIli"m 11"1'11. Jr. 2.11:1i ; : :\ For
    tonal Interview, In your CI E NtpleaFurnithed Himes. Mldwey 22270, or MI Over I acre trams -lt. .

    write M,. McQarlty.Florida P.. O. Box___ 2 SOU I acre tracts, with' electricity' i !..illn.ulIi..." Marle I""d 2.21111
    627 Wtllieton fenced. end roods :A
    Trailer with Other big acreage
    Young man- for seasonal life, I lentftcaoing, T.V. antenna: SAVE MUM tract $20 down 120 a month Mautha: : .11 I'a'and : 21734Mmm : IndustryAnd :
    .and end extra hours 16500. Terms See this Mobile .. ...,.,',ont Condo and up Collier' County RealEstate lisle Ihlirh: I 21034llulllplr ;
    PorT Beech Club Home today I at Lake Ktl minium Exchengc. tin 0 S 41
    Appl between, oB 10 Royal AM. ani,. ly, G H. LUFF. 421 9th StNo .meny 1250 eitrat sq It. mamtenance t bedrooms Eatt. OP. Sunday 2/tfWS 1.I.lIn. I 1\,1... 1I.m llammrr 231133i : : :

    2/6.124 Midway 2227048Apts. only |17 SO per mo til 000 \i ..Ire C.'It lr .\.I.II..n Frrderirk I U. I'nkrter. 2.1213 .

    Can Midway for 13917.appointment today 61 Income \epiro. I'lassnK/m'I'tarhe'ra .\.n. Sirs.1 llrondl Watson .2.llfil.pl. : e

    13-Help Want. Female For Rent Property .." ('I.ft.lnll! \.n. (fill lianl 2.IU7 Individuals

    NEW _kVERdLAOCS CItY \aplra ('..mmunil, ('"nnl.II..n.. 11. II. I1uynlun 2.1\71:
    ,. LilTING! Immaculate white INCOME PROPERTY, Spotless. Mre. .\ If. ; 1.$11aplrs $
    Waitress for busy dining room': 2 bedroom Apt. For R.nt.'u stucco on estra large water' CBS. 2 bedroom Mi bah \aplrs ("mmu"il, 1I".pll.1 \.n. 1.2y
    1 meela.' must be experienced fished or unlurnlahed Season front lot. 2 bdrmt I beth u".t"m. plus verkthop taparete YOU'LL FIND SOME GOOD \; Dupliralr IIrldn Cluh .t .\. \nd..n 2.lIn ;
    and neat appearing :Room: and Shore month Blvd or year. round, On of Gull 11000 cash price Include ell- efficiency Apt n.ceiy \apire Iardrn; C Pub Mrs. J"hn lIunhtm 2.27fill Printing
    nice view Bay
    meals furnished plus salary, and electric kitchen, furnituredrapes landscaped ...'10 fountain m :\
    2.:1\1\\1: \ \
    C luh llrndry
    3large
    Gulf. Call 2151 : Ju"l"r 1luulanS
    gratuities Immediete employ or Midway t or wall to wall' carpet Call 1 City Atking lMO Trims SELECTIONS IN THE CLASSIFIED \egdrs,
    mint Will consider men and 6111, Paul Leet Associate. David C Owner Mld.ty I seta .".f S ;\aplro Orchid. ::01..1; Mrs I The-1m. i'.nd'. 2.:1'111:

    wife: team. Apply/ to Manager, Lovely -two b.CIOOcon.- .-, Jones, Realtor EvergledeeBrencn :\\apl. Park .\.n. Jt'S Ithrre 2.IUI Division!
    Rod and Gun, Club Lodge, Ev apartment In Surftido Aptt Office OX 12411, t\ unit Apt Noose Sale f 0' I'Ietrs Jack 3lessmer 2.1272
    \aplrs
    I 2101. 3SeHELP St.000 O T
    .rll.desOX_ 2/7 t Sele *r lease
    Next to Beech Club HotelShort Jones Enterprises: Ml/ 21)49 t- :\apl. (''Y.'I."u! nub U..n Rtrele 2. 113
    or long term lease GULFREALTY RENEW YOUR
    WANTED CO. I 4SM ISLES OF CAPRI PO." 791 :\.pl. 1'1..1. Cilizrns Klanly Ifrnnell 2.3)11I!

    Waitress' efler and I. 30 kitchen P.M, at help Andy; Apply 2/tat. Beautiful, 2, atory In Fla. Ideal for DRIVER'S LICENSE/ \allee rnlfr IIllrh 1'1'\ \Ian F//sler 2.2/3!/
    Pit Bar. Trait Furnished, I.be.'o -.p..t.. Finett, fithing 4tNttJS
    BON couple to live In one apt and DURING YOUR ., \apl.s Shell Club ilre. 11..1. 1I"n. 2.31(32'aplrs :
    m.nt. huge living room bitchesand .
    Earl Kelley '
    Experience waitreee wanted. bath' TV outlet. Ph. MI rent Alcae.the 0'other B..u See Popor" Office READ THE WAtT: ADS BIRTH MONTH \ l hrlnr. nuh (!K,..) ('arl l'Irmmer 2.UII1:

    Apply at '.nNI""', Restaurant.Apia 2 3611.- -------- on the Isle* of CapriMl i \apirs 'I'rnpls nuh Julius lesser 2.2111:

    for refit air_ coed. 1 lied One bedroom furnished : t ..24 l/S 4t \apire Il11maw. II.,. hnll .\...n. Lillian 11111er 2. UII\:
    Dart
    menl, SJ2 Third Ave So.a, balance haplra' ,'m..n'. Club 11rs. J. 1.. S..h..rll 2.101,

    of season Call Tommy snrlhapire ( lily .Isan Iubrrl, W. lIudtll 2.1111111
    Wanted Mal. .
    14-H.lp /e/ha. Ml t 2SU er t'JIM.
    WANTED AT YOUR SERVICEA 1)rgsnir iard..ninll nuh) 10' oj\\: .'1.. IC..ld. U. ('ull 201n3)

    Mature SALESMAN experienced" dvertising I .bedroom furnished AFT .eesonal I'. O. F: lelerha'd 1lrs. ,1..a. tndrrson 2.IIU

    tucking Adv Prod / Rental Write I2H Highlend 1'lItll flub Mr.I trendy lleckne) 2.))842Hepuhlirans
    tpecielties M2 Sycamore St Cncinnatr.: ; Orve Ne Nao'et comprehensive up-to-date home & business directory of skilled specialists 22107ASK
    Qh' eM A 15 ear ('"IIi.., ( ... Murphy l'umhs 2.311f7! .

    ModernI APARTMENT bedroom with unfurmtned complete. Ihrl"d 1'.,..,.... .\m.i..... ."' ..n. or Frank 1II.lr 2.2\6H:

    J6-ti.lp AvallabU kitchen Neer .beach and ahop.pm Services Offered Services Offered I Services Offered H"la"} nuh thus. roli.ld", 2.un
    BY SEASON OR
    YEAR. FOR
    H tth Ave So MI 13m. :I 5haduslewa 1'1"1,.. Geur5e l'hl 2.UIIO :
    Will Care for Convalescent.good LIBBER STAMPS than .
    GARAGE APT. Rip-Rap Seawallsand I.an'. iulld Mrs I Hnry lose 2.3711l'Iun..hln.
    references furnished. Call with
    garage RENTALS
    Midway 1111. close to town. T.V, cabu Iv,,: make a food ImprcssioaJAny "Nhufrlrra' Harold Glaser 2.227' Mr. Hoffman J
    able' for one person M. week. gist. Quick service Rollaway A Baby Beds Rock GroinsCreosote 8wemp Huu Joe H.I.a 2.ZfU
    Retired well. edvcatod Gentlemen ly' phono Ml-"tr "**. after
    desires pen time Clerical, PM jollier County NEWS. I I Screened Cribt., HI ChainStrollert seawalls deck.!. .r..lm..t" nub Brure Iumm 2.2169Toedml.lr.s.

    _WmL_ Call Midway: I U"0, p.era and groina Mrs.I Mr. SnyppCALL
    I perta Cribs ('Iuft Iletly IIr.hm 2.U811 or
    I bedroom furnitned Kitchen, Tel' phone answering' service I I
    Man 2S veers of. age aeeka employment living room, dining room Weekly also email' office with, fin { and ether needs for unexpectedguettt MARATHONDREDGING 1'.II..d/ rand lies.: ('. t:. Jung 2.227S
    MI t M2. __t/tf monthly or year.round. Ph. apace and receptionist service. i I
    MI I.301 or I.J04S Cell I4JJI CO. 15 H..nald .
    I'rlrraea ear Forrlee. are CillI."I" 2.3117 .
    Retired i'. desires __ I
    gentlemen --- -- Delivery. t pick-up service .\ Sirs. l'oa Humbergr I.Sln
    pert time work Permanent resident. VICS SHOE: REPAIR Com Dredge, Dratrllng frlrru's 01 t'.llInh' US.

    Excellent physical condition 104.'. Shoe S.rv.te O.eing and I and Dozier Work Titre V. lieu' learn Keefer Z.2IU THIS: NEHS run ,
    and READ PUBLIC NOTICES THE HILHOUSC CO.
    good education ep- refmnthing S2S Sib Ave. ... '
    eerance. Phone MI ) 17M Naples. Radio Road Ml S4JOI Airport Road HI 2-432) n'rleere' t'Irraae Phyllis Lsxem 2.U83 RUBBER STAMPS. \, -.
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    9, 1964 .. .
    Sunday. February ""' '''''''
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    Richard Schneider .. '

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    700 EXTRA LUNCH Hormon'i MEATS Orange 16 stampJ

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    y.. "'; A'1 fMARKETSg STAMPS Jfll Green ''
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    PVT.SCHNEIDER DCCAr INS I" :

    Richard W. Schneider 17, son 8-."T. far stampJ '
    of Mrs. Catherine Kelly, 1051 w..... ,...:
    Cypress Woods Drive, Naples,is '"feMMJlw$7
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    taking Army basic training now, "" f ) 1
    In preparation for attendance at SWIFT'S PREMIUM GOVT. INSPECTED
    the Army Signal School, Fort SHIPPED TENDER-GROWN D & D
    Monmouth, N. J. according to .c FROZEN IOOO FREE'
    recruiter Sergeant First Class FRESH NOT

    Donald 1963 W.Sandstedt.The graduate< of Naples win, .) r "FRYER QUARTERBREASTS SALE" $ / Green Stamps

    Senior High School enlisted in a I vllh Alt couoon end Ned'..*ohFkCbDRM
    the Army December 27, and re e + TABLE
    celved a guarantee of attendanceat rv (with i
    60-ct. bot. 93 e : ,
    the Signal School, to study Radar ...... .. ., o
    Repair, prior to his actual ribs) r:;:, II. WM fob 12 1M4) PI

    enlistment, Sergeant Sandstedt J 00000000000000000000IOOO

    said.Private Schneider will return ,
    home In March for a visit with Y LEGS FREE" IOOI
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    his family prior to attendanceat or )
    the school. He is currently
    enrolled In a basic combat courseat e), J1i Green stamps
    Fort Jackson S. C. I ....h!this coupo. end owrckmo oCi
    Sergeant Sandstedt, who visits
    the Naples Post Office on the IIlcIb MODESS PANTIES
    second Tuesday morning each stretch style $1.98 .
    month, said additonal options for down produce Icntce U ICupir. ** W d., Fob. 12 1M4)iMilMiMilMilJ t J
    qualified volunteers toattendSlg. )! .
    nal School and a number of other
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    highly specialized Army Schoolsare )
    Tasty Vine-Ripened
    open. For further In .. '
    formation, call him collect at brimming qt, 39c 5O uVUr PREE5g84
    EDison 7.0051: or visit him in Tomatoes basket }
    his office, Room 2.CllmerBulldo Green
    Ing,over the Thrifty Drug Storein I wilit this' cf,po*.
    Fort Myers.Season. MODESS BELTS ( ) \
    -sue Swift's Premium ANY SIZE. stampJ

    Full 49* ,!rm w...., ,..
    D Dinner Franks . ..b. E.Qooo:::
    00005o
    Of
    Challenge,

    Leighton Finds O ltRTfEAIDS0

    By BOB THOMASAP REG 33c SIZE 'fre SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTENGOV'T J" Green Stamps *
    Movle-Televlslon Writer I with An coupo 04 pu.ch...ell !
    HOLLYWOOD AP -Thls Is INSPECTED TENDER-AGED
    ( ) HOLLOWAY HOUSE PIZZA
    the season when a third or more .
    choo
    BLUE HEAVY WESTERN BONELESS with sausage and
    of the television series get their 16-os. pkg. 79c
    walking papers. Such terminations aLXX>*iro. Wod, Ftb.. 12 1M4) r ''
    inevitably cause outcries S[P ir\nr\r\t\f\r\nr\r\f\r\r\r\fif\r\f\l miu ;
    from the creators, and angry ROUND "
    letters from television fans. CHEER?
    The cause celebre of the 1963.
    64 appears to be the Richard Poke 5OVUU FREEg OO50
    Boone Show, an attempt to es. STEAK
    tabllsh repertory company with JW Green Stamps
    actors playing different roles / with thU! coupo o4 purd..11 !
    every week.The show was care.
    fully watched by the critics, S EASY-OFF PINE SCENT PINE SOL
    who praised its intentions, k> 14-os. bot. 55c
    though not always its execution. 330 (
    19c79c
    Alas hewed, if the It ratings wasn't are watched to be be.by 9128 t joooooooooooooooooo\B

    enough of the public.

    Boone was Incensed when PRICES IDEF llEA OO ISO
    NBC dropped the show, and he 50
    Is still fuming. I listened to his purchases of $3.00 .r mora EFFECTIVE
    accusations and then offered J" Green

    Grant Tinker NBC vice presl. MON., TUES.,WED. I with, !thIs! _....
    dent for western programming A r
    a chance for rebuttal. c FEB. 10, 11 1, 12/64limit GOLD SEAL stampJ
    Boone "The way the cancel. piht con
    lotion was released was Inexcu. (C...ir.o W.... ,... I
    sable. The news was leaked to ''p U
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    t'e.: e trade sponsors press.were Neither advised I nor or ;- 1. '" ,ii: J, \""" ',' .( ., o ([dirtspecials .
    c nsulted. ,' ;: ii' :> EXTRA
    >' ,I" '" jf1.Liti"1; !SO OO 50I
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    NBC "We FREE
    of the new agree was unfortunate the release lady Betty Delicious .. ," "",. Kraft's( Cheese SpreadVelveeta

    and we don't know. how It cotout. I" ,. 2.Ib. Jftl Green

    We certainly wouldn't. do PfUne ;,:'," ,'J I > . loa, 8911r I with'" this" coupo. .
    J
    such a thing when premature ;
    SALADA
    printing of the information Ulce qt. ; "" stampJ
    Very Fine 29c Oatmeal 100ct.
    would rebound against us." V't. Betty Crocker Chocolate or Raisin *V (..".ir(0 W..(H
    Boone: "me network's actionIs
    the most dictatorial the rank. I .:' Cookies n\.T: 39* f 1Dl I
    est I have ever encountered. Sauce '" .
    They gave me a lousy lead.ln ra/ 2 J$ %'
    like 'Redlgo and then beefed Borden s Taty Dutch siR@, 25c !50 UUU EF llEAm50
    because I couldn't get a rating. : frozen f foods
    As a matter of fact, our re. Ch .
    search shows that the series was oco I I ".," M Green
    In the top 10 of every independ. ate 8.oz. I ; Morton's Cinnamon or Powdered SugarBeans I with"this' coupe.
    .nt poll taken In Individual L'bb'. pcep.Brown o can 10e ''. ; Sego Diet Drink ]
    .." stampJ
    dU. 10
    :l ;.w 0i' 3
    : 3 $1 reg.
    NBCt "Certainly Dick didn't qi Donuts pkg.. ::' (.xoirao. Well. ,..
    get any help from 'Redlgo.' But, }':'" J
    Judging from the Nielsen rating, 6 #2
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    his show wasn't able to do bet. Bpeok a 6 $1 t :
    ter than the opposition 'Pet. cans y
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    ttcoat Junction' and Jack Ben. rea .
    ny on CBS and 'Greatest Show Bags
    On Earth' on ABC." '
    64-ct. o
    Boone: "Our show wasn't the Penn y.Sorer liquid o8 39c .l 0 O Store HoursMon.
    greatest of all time, but I thinkit J pkg.
    '
    was the best show on the air 'W Thurs.
    this year. We had our problems.It Detergent '
    was obvious after the first 8:30.6:30
    few week that the level of : Popular a 3 .O%. $1. Friday
    scripts was not up to the level ..
    of performances. I wanted to 8:30.9:00
    confer with the network and the Grape oMARKCTS Saturday
    sponsors about Improving tho e Jelly .
    material, but I was told to wait. 18.oZ. 0 8:30-7:00
    "It looked as U they wanted to e jar 37c OS I
    make sure the option passed and 0
    he chow died. They wanted to
    tamp on It. It looks like I'm
    he biggest patsy in the world." _A -
    NBC. "Only a few months
    ago. we were lust as enthuflas.tie .
    as Dick about the show. We
    tiad to admit that It wasn't
    Morein'64
    Save
    measuring up. That doesn't lea. V
    .en our great respect for Dick
    But H> might be batter U he _
    wouldr lrect his energies toward
    more constructive Une.."




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    " Humane Society Drive Doinq l Well;. Many New Members"The Open Village Up use Green TodayAt


    ApartmentsThe t elpat" Nt\U

    hands that comfort .>' bershlp and building fund drive ance, utilities, equipment, In. borrowed funds, the Society ii i cumulation of funds except when Co-op E orr e> .
    whos hands are they?" This 1, approaching Its second week, theY surance, medications and dlsln. limited In Its scope of actlvttjby earmarked for a particular pur. model one bedroomand

    question has been answered b response has been reported as fectants, administration and funds available, and this in i pose b> a contributor, the Soc. two bedroom apartments _

    the board of directors of the 1, "very encouraging" In addition i I most important food. turn limits equipment and personnel lety points out. at Village Green located at SECTION B Sunday, February 9, 1964Floral

    Humane Society of Naples, Inc', to many renewals from the 563 Still in debt and operating on There can be no ac, John W. Collins Is chairmanof Twelfth Avenue.South.and Fifth -

    In a letter of appeal recently j present members, the group has the drive to continue through Street will be opened for pub
    -
    mailed to many residents of acquired many new members,and f. out the month of February, and lic Inspection at an open house Arrangement Author
    the Naples area. In fire days, contributions have ::: the goal set should enable the this afternoon
    (Sunday Febru-
    "They are the strong and c a''exceeded $4,000. However,many y ; group to continue and expand their ,
    pable hands of the Humane Soc.: 'more' membership enrollments, necessary humane: work daring ary 9)) from 2 to 5 o'clock.

    lety officer and they are eaten 1'renewals, and building fund con. the next 12 months.Memb.rshlps Village Green Is the community Plans Demonstration HereA

    stone of your own. Your sym''trlbutlons are still needed to available at this of moderately priced coop-
    pathy Joined with his for all llv.' time are for the calendar erative garden apartments
    reach the 1964 goal of 1,000 year flower arranging programwill give several more this season.
    log creatures, reaches out day 194$ with the of life which Is built
    members and $19,000. exception being by The be presented by Ruth These home tours mean that
    or night to suffering animals that A charitable memberships, and include the fol. Naples Company, Inc.
    non profit, Emerson Kismet of New York
    Kistner Into -
    need help . The hands that and Collier lowing categories: Junior$1.0\(; Mrs. goes a community
    comfort are the hands that give."; Florida corporation, Annual $3.00 Sustaining $23.: The model apartments have at 2 p.m. Tuesday February and decorates com-
    animal wel. ;
    Eo states the letter. fare organization County's only and shelter,the $99; and Lif..$1 OOor more Gold been furnished and decorated 18 at the Naples Woman's Club pletely five homes chosen by

    With the Society's annual mem.1 Society Is dependent upon mem anodized aluminum memorlil' / by Furniture Fair Kelvlnator The Naples Garden Club Is garden clubs. Money derived

    ''bershlp dues and voluntary contributions + Sra s plagues are also being offered, electrical appliances are used sponsoring this lecture and de- from these tours is usually

    Grace Lutheran for such necessities 1 with cat cage memorials at $100 throughout and plumbing fix- monstration.Mrs. used for civic Improvement.

    as shelter construction and main each, and dog kennel memorialsat tures are by Kohler Kismet Is a blue rib- Sebrlng Is making home tours

    Plans Series Of tenance, animal ambulances, gas. $1,000 each. bon and trl-color winner at the Its yearly way of raising moneyfor
    Village Green has been
    ollne, oil, ambulance malnten. Those Interested In Joining or International Flower Show held Its club.
    Lenton ServicesA contributing to the Humane Soc awarded the Medallion of electrical each year In New York. She Mrs. Klstner was selected to
    Iety may contact the shelter at excellence by the Florida has lectured to countless Gar-
    series of Lenten services Chicken DinnerAt Midway 2.6483 fur brochures and Power & Light Company, It is den clubs Woman's clubs and do the Woodrow Wilson birth-

    will commence at 7:30 p.m., membership forms, or may make announced by Ad Miller Associates civic groups, among these are place for the tea the Garden

    Ash-Wednesday evening In Woman's Club checks payable to the Humane sales representativesof Included the New York Horticultural Club of Virginia gave for threeof

    Grace Lutheran Church. The Society of Naples, Inc., P.O. the project. its outstanding members
    services will center around i I On Thursday Night Box 4S1, Naples, Florida. Mem.bershlp Botanical Society Gardens, and the New York Mrs Cordell Hull, Mrs. Wood-
    cardt will Two apartment buildings, Garden
    be
    series entitled ''TheLamb mailed to row Wilson and Lady Astorof
    sermon
    The Naples Woman's Club will all new and renewed members each consisting of 11 one bed- Center at Pittsburgh Pa., the London. Mr. and Mrs.

    and The Blessed" to be hold its annual "Fried Chicken along with a letter of acknow.ledgement room and seven two bedroom Wheeling Garden Center 1 and to Charles Cannon of Concord,
    presented by the Pastor Rev. and Biscuits" Dinner on Thursday and many state federation
    appreciation and under meetingsand
    . apartments are now construction N.C., chose Mrs. Kismet to do
    George W, Price February 13, at the club all contribution are tax deduc between the Gulf and national council Judging
    their mountain home In Blow-
    Services on Wednesday even- building on Park Street. The table schools
    the Day of Naples on Twelfth Ing Rock N.C. for the
    Ings will continue throughoutLent public is Invited. party
    Avenue South. The Naples Her booVFlower Arranging to entertain Sir and
    until Holy Week when a Mrs Thad Work, a former Hair Fashions Company owns sufficient land for the AmerlcanHome."wrlt- they gave
    Wrench and members of
    Communion service will who is in Lady
    Holy club president, charge
    on which to build a total of ten in collaboration with
    Salon Gladys the Society for the Preservationof
    be held on Maundy Thursday of the dinner suggests: "Bring Beauty Taber
    17 structures of this and the author of
    type "Diary
    Antiquities In the South.
    Valentine to dinner be.
    evening and a Memorial Ser- your our ,
    To Open HereMr. additional buildings will be erected of Domesticity," Is now in its
    vice Good fore attending the Community Mrs. Klstner has done many
    REMEMBER
    on Friday Evening THIS DOG? A sadly neglected German fourth
    as the need arises. priming. Her Oower -
    Concert. and Mrs. W.C. Wills for. preservative weddings and parties for some
    Two services for
    are planned ,
    who admitted the Humane
    Shepherd actually himself to formula is used In
    Easter morning, one at eight The dinner will be served bet. merly of Parkersburg, W, Va., Starting tomorrow, the Village of America's outstanding people
    a.m and the other at 10:30 ween 5 and 8 p.m. The donationIs Solcety's new shelter hungry, tired, and so are scheduled to open Wills Hair Green model apartments many stateand by many people among them the Duke and Duchess

    ajn. $2.30; children half price; weak that he actually wobbled up the driveway? He Fashion Salon at 487 Fifth will be open for public inspec- She Is at present contri- of Windsor, Mrs DUlard

    --- -- was highly publicized in the NEWS a few months Avenue, South, about February tion from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. buting designs for three lead- Reynolds, and Mrs.Bryant Foy
    15, It was announced yesterday. Ing fabric manufacturers. Her Naples lecture entitled
    Junior Editors Quiz on- ago, but the question left unanswered until this week Wills who has had 20 years daily Ruth Kistner's work has tak- "Flower Arrangements forTo-

    r REPTILESQUESTION I was "Whose hands are they?" experience In the hair dressing en her Into these fifty states. Day's Living" will feature fresh
    .. field in Ohio, West Virginia, Her first home tour done in made during -
    Maryland and New York has also CARD OF THANKSWe Norfolk, Va., raised the first arrangements
    Election taught beauty culture and cosme her program. Tickets
    First New Guinea that
    tology.He $1,800 was given to restore $1,50 donation may be obtained -
    wish
    to our sin-
    the
    express
    gardens at the University -
    and Mrs. Wills recently from members of the clubor
    cere gratitude for the many of Virginia In Charlottesville -
    moved here from Melbourne on at the door
    Held AnywherePORT the east coast of Florida where kindnesses extended during our to the original designof _
    Stranaest he was president and general recent bereavement. Thanks Thomas Jefferson Mrs. t ..,tl l. oil and" limestone csscnlmln .

    manager of Dream Castle Homesas also go to the hospital staff Kistner has also done tours in : of Nuelmukmg un nil
    MORESBY, New Guinea automobile and on foot In taking for their and of fiwsil origin.tcnuinn. Coal IN the wornpriNHvd -
    well as being manager of the thoughtfulness Des Moines,Iowa; Miami Beach
    (AP) Eastern New Guinea's the votes. beauty shop In the Coleman de. care, to Rev. Ledies Dargo and and Sebrlngi Tarrytown N.Y.i of vegetabledthtiN
    first general election will be one The new Parliament, being es. : of swampy lunJ. oil deimposed .. -
    of the strangest ever held any. tablished at the urging of the partment store in that city. our wonderful neighbors and Lancaster, Pa.; Norfolk Petersburg (.( : plums and" animal
    The Wills
    members of
    are the friends.
    where. United Nations, will have 64 and Newport News from, umuni M.U hutiini, limestum .
    Religious cults and fetishes, members, of whom 10 will be First and Baptist church In Parkers.burg M r,and Mrs D.A. Deat rick Va.j; and on the North Shoreof '. in alllmulol', '''m of the
    are the parents of Dr.
    Including the socalled "cargo appointed by the Australian gov. Wayne C, Wills and Mrs. R.C. Chlcaco. Mrs. Kistner wiU kilctoiui iii man w imctlebrute*'
    cult," have come into the elec.: ernment. Of the 54 elected seats,
    Schwelkert of Naples WillsIs '
    tlon, and are likely to come'upIn 10 are restricted to Europeansthere -
    1 also a member of Clvltan In.
    , a'LYINO future discussions in the new are 19,000 In territory,
    k / ternatlonal, the Masons and the IVIClgn'Ci"oCOLOR
    d and 44 to all
    pRA00NS 4Of House of Assembly. are open races. Elks
    TGDAY Voting starts next Saturday, Most voters are unable to

    but because roads are few and write, and wlU tell their choiceto Home And School
    rugged mountains are many in the polling officer, who will

    the 183,000 square miles of fill in the ballot paper Meets Monday At

    Papua-New Guinea, the elector. PapuaNew Guinea is the east
    al teams have until March 18 to St. Ann's SchoolThe T.V.
    em half of the big Island off the
    take around the ballot boxes. $498.50
    northern tip of Australia, plusa
    They will try to record a millionor regular monthly meeting -
    so votes from the native New few offshore Islands. of St, Ann's Home and

    .. 'n+s Nude PlteNlsmeiGouc1 Gulneans. Ritual cannibalism almost ceriainly ...Jchool Association will be. held -

    '...... ,?T alaooaN It will be the first vote ever Is still practiced on occasion j (Monday evenln ;; 'February 10' Color TV, Stereo: FM/AM ohly $705.) Easy Terms

    t. for these primitive people, who In the backlands. Pockets of at St. Ann's School, at 8 o' ,
    ,) : Are there any flying reptiles? live In 12,000 villages and speak resistance to Australian adminIstration clock.
    some 700 different dialects. remain, often developing

    There are two million native from the so-called cargo All parents of St, Ann's

    New Gulneans In the territory; cult. Those who follow the cargo students are Invited to attend Song & Story Shop
    the to rise In the
    ANSWER: If by flying you mean ability cult believe goods coming in
    all over 21 will have the right to and a special Is plan-
    air as a bird can the answer Is no. But if you Include the from overseas are gifts from the program
    ability to glide down through the air from a higher position to vote.Electoral ned. Refreshments will be ser
    a lower one, the answer Is yes Our upper picture shows the teams will travel by gods which the Europeans are ved following the meeting 695 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Ml 2-2520
    airplane, helicopter, river boat, unfairly appropriating
    fascinating 'Flying Dragons" of Malaysia small lizards with --- -
    large flaps of skin stretched between ribs which can be ex
    tended to allow them to call down to some lower part of the
    trees In which they live The "wings are orange with black hearts C/W
    bars and "dragons"" really look more like large butterflies, cy our

    These reptile.animals are the closest thing to a present day flying |

    The bottom picture shows remarkable creaturewhfch lived

    between 150 and 60 million years lI\o-the\! Pteranodon one of
    I
    a group of now extinct soaring reptiles called Pterosaurs or .

    Pterodactyls Pteranodon was a giant, with a wing spread up ,, p ter i. V A'r
    to 25 feet, The wings were webs of skin stretched from the

    arm to a greatly enlarged fourth finger and back to the body.

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    2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS !I i r. '

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    Sunday February 9, 19(4

    FREE BOATING Trinity Women Plan

    Benefit Party For y

    ERE Child Care CenterAt _
    the Parish House. 553
    Galleon Dr., Tuesday Febru
    ary 18 at 12:30 p.m. the Epis-
    copal Churchwomen of Trinity- -----
    by-the-Cove will hold a lunch- *15a
    eon and card party benefit for r
    Smith's Marina tr
    Skipper the new Negro child care cen- # 4Iv
    ter for pre-school children of
    migrant workers at Immokalee. \
    m General chairmen for the \

    event are Mrs. George E. .r..
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    Powell and Mrs. Richard T.
    NOW OFFERS Lambert. In charge of the 1f'
    luncheon Is Mrs. Nancy 1
    Veenstra assisted by Mrs.G.E. A >>&*
    -- -
    Carroll and Mrs. Howard
    Collier County's Sharpe. Mrs. Holland Salley PLANNING LUNCHEON CARD PARTYto luncheon committee chairman; Mrs.

    \ Is chairman of the card party be held at Trinity-by the-Cove Parish Richard T, Lambert, general cochairman .
    and Mrs. Ralph Wilson and and Mrs. Holland Salley, card
    benefitof ,
    the
    18 for
    House
    on February
    Mrs. John head-
    Ing the set-up Dlmellng and decorations are the Child Care Center for childrenof party chairman. Not present for the

    :\ ONLY committee. Mrs. Robert W. migrant workers at Immokalee are picture was Mrs. George Powell, gen-

    Keely Jr.and Mrs.Ralph Davis these committee members. They are, eral cochairman who was called out
    are handling the publicity.The of her father
    Carroll luncheon of town by the death
    benefit Is open to the from left, Mrs. Toby ,
    (NEWS photo)
    public and members hope that committee; Mrs. Nancle Veenstra,
    many women both Naples rest- .-
    In 1899 the community was The painted letters spelled
    COMPLETELY ENCLOSED dents and visitors, will attend. NAME CHANCED
    "
    BY JACK FROST known as New Chicago Late in "ELEVA. Residents decide
    It is not necessary to stay for elevator liked that better
    the year, a new gram they than New
    the card party if other plans ELEVA. VUs. AP) Re. was built beside the railroad Chicago. So they changed the
    interfere It was pointed out. I archers finally have/ discoveredow tracks. Workmen got part of the name officially, and the community
    PROOF The cost of the luncheon Is h this northwestern Wisconsin word "elevator" painted on the has been known as Elesa
    STORM n.50 and $1.00 per person c ommunity of 548 persons got side of the structure when cold ever since.
    for cards. Therewlllbeaprize II ts name. weather forced them to give up.
    for each table and -

    DIRT FREE, score requested pads.A .to bring players cards and are Let Your Valentine Eat Cake I IJfM

    baby sitter will be provided. -
    By CECILY BROWNSTONEAssocleted
    .
    Press Food EditorIF [
    Reservations are being taken
    IN OUT STORAGE FACILITYKeep by Mrs. Rock at the Parish ,>, cake YOU'RE for someone planning you to bake love
    House office. Tel. MI 2-2257 wand loves chocolate, then you r'i
    the deadline Is 3:30 p.m., night enjoy trying this spanking
    Friday, February 14. lew recipe.
    This chocolate cake roll may .
    Your Boat In Like New Condition for Years to >e made ahead and frozen. When .c-*
    'ou're ready to serve it, and It'llerinitely i
    Ccr.ie: with No Effort on Your Part and at No More Everglades!\ party fare, just taket
    out of the freezer and offer it

    Cost Than Normal Covered Water Storage! NewsBy will>ronto.slice No thawing perlectly necessary If you; it

    laven't' a freezer, refrigerate the A
    Juanita Weldon c::ake after adding the cream Vr,'

    Come In Get The Facts On This Monday night, February 10, fat ilhng How and did frosting.this new recipe
    8 there will be a donkey
    p.m. happen? We happened to complain e ,t+'
    basketball game In the school to a home-economist friend
    The faculty will tl hat so many chocolate rolls
    play against the local Lion's rack: during the rolling process.
    Carefree Modern Club. !S She wagered she could get
    Boat Storage! To those of you who have around. this hurdle. She did and
    never seen a donkey basket- lere'l her roll with nary a break.

    bal game, the rules are as CHOCOLATE
    follows .. VALENTINE ROLL 9 9j
    There will be four men on I 1 package (6 ounces) aemi-aweet
    a team, two guards and two chocolate pieces (1 cup)
    1 i teaspoon baking soda
    forwards. To start the game i i cup eggs (S large egg)
    each team gets set under abasi:/4 teaspoon salt j
    ket using the opposite basket las /2 cup IUlartablupoons
    their goal. The players 3 I cold water
    ... .stay dismounted until the ball'' I i:teaspoon vanilla; ,-a1'.1 ... ,.
    'j"Ji:,:,' ,i-lx'xJwown up In the middle bf 1/2 cup aiftedlcakgfloarConfectioner.i ,
    the floor and the whistle Is .' sugar
    blown. Cream: Filling and Frosting
    .
    Players can catch the ball Grease a 15 by 10 by 1-mch VALENTINE DESSERT This Chocolate Roll may be

    . Another Skipper Smith Exclusive and pass It only If they are j waxed elly roll paper.pan Melt; line chocolate bottom with over .. served chilled or frozen
    mounted or if have the
    they h> reins in their hands. Two f.rom heat and stir in soda. Beat FOR YOUR FLORIDA ENJOYMENT
    Gulf "Premix" GasMixed dismounted players cannot pass ei ggs with salt until they begin Directly on the white land of the Gulf of Mexico
    to each other at least one tc thicken; gradually beat in GOLFING FISHING /_ i w
    must be mounted. A player I'ugar; continue beating if necaary -
    can ride the length of the floor e until thick and lemon- BOATING RELAXING '
    at the nozzle not in the storage tank. The with the ball but cannot hold cit olored Beat in cold water and SUNNING LOAFING / ,
    over 15 seconds. Baskets J"anilla. Turn melted chocolate GULF ,_L 7.- yI

    only unit in the area that offers exact measure' every Ball must be made while mounted t:Ire. mixing Sift flour bowl over over mixture egg mix.in FRONT ,>Z. ,
    goes to the opposite team RENTALS III
    4 parts, folding in after each
    time fill tanks. if score Is made. Players ?'ddition; then continue folding From r om 1 p nth ui
    you your can substitute anytime they wish Ui mil chocolate is thoroughly
    merely by walking onto the floor bland lended.' Turn into prepared pan. Naples
    taking another player's lake, in moderate (375 degrees) New modern -
    Stop In And Let Us Show You The Latest place. o1 ven 15 minutes, or until cake Gulf front deluxeBGQCH t i\

    A player is allowed to remount I..pnngs back when pressed
    without Interference 1 1''ightly. Turn out immediately Naples"l i'' .
    from other players when he secures nto clean dish towel heavily/
    And Most Economical Method Of the bal *prinkled with confectioners' of
    *ugar. Starting at short end. rollp
    There are no out-of-bounds, rtpaxfoteritA l\
    cake along with towel. Placen
    time-outs or fouls. There are o wire rack to cool. LWntt P O Boi 224>A. Noplct, flondo brochure
    Boat Handling.Johnson four 8 minute quarters. CREAM FILLING --
    Baskets are changed only at AND FROSTING
    the half. At the half, teams 2 E cups heavy cream
    switch sets of donkeys. Time 1/4 cup sugar Planning Your
    between halves will be 15 minutes 1 1 teaspoon vanilla4
    long and all donkeys must 3/ cup quick chocolate flavored
    be led off the floor as quickly milL Florida Estate
    whip 1 cup of the cream until
    as possible.
    almost stiff gradually beat in
    asked maul
    Players are not to .
    auger and vanilla. Carefully unroll
    each other or the donkeys at
    r cake and spread with
    any time. Care should be tak-
    sweetened whipped cream; roll
    en while mounting. Do not approach up again. Whip remaining 1 cup New end prospectiveFlorida /
    your donkey from the ream until stiff; beat in 1 2 cup residents will be
    rear or do not try to mount of the chocolate flavored mix especially interested in
    without a hold on the reins. Frost roll reserving 1/4 cup of this booklet which con
    mixture. Stir remaining 1 4 cup tains information on the
    Cashmere wool the loft win- chocolate: flavored mix into re following subjects and
    ter underfleece of a lemiwilj lerved mixture, put in pastry includes Federal Estate
    Allan goat -II never shorn. The t ube. Make double-heart designon
    and Gift Tax tables with
    frosted roll. Refrigerate until
    goat' wool II painstakingly
    plucked or combed out by hand 'eady to serve Roll may be examples of tale computations -
    during its spring molt Frozen, and may be served un- ; .
    Sea Horse Sales Complete Line of Fiberglass t[hawed. Makes 8 servings. I l
    Florida Taxes
    Complete Service Facilities Inboard Outboard and Florida Residence

    Outboard Boats. Requirements
    Planning Your Estate
    n Florida Executors Fees

    Expert Painting and Repair Both Wood and Fiberglass 1lap1a fowu, FlRSTK\TKKALa\XK v/," ) Joint How Trusts Tenancy Can Save

    -.-/.1,.? Taxes
    roRT.oMItS.P1.OIWA Federal Gift Tax

    "Where Boating Is More Fun" I deeply appreciate your expressionof !: Trust DepartmentServices

    confidence on February 4, and I

    shall do my best to live up to your You may obtain your copy at the bankor

    by calling or sending a card to the
    endorsement of my candidacy and

    the responsibility: which you have Trust Department

    placed in me. Thank you again. Telephone EDison 7-1151

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    D I BE KIND TO SKUNKS Sunday, February 9, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3B I
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    Pampered Poodles 55 25 Sages 561/2 211/2 fellow jackets are menacingyour said "have become a suburban for reproducing thousands of
    Nap Floor Cov. 51 29 Paprlkas 55 29 area, get some skunks, Hummer plague. Many people their kind." Grierson said.
    1EGLEJ3's Stone Builders 391/2 40 1/2 Cloves 601/2 331/2 Naturalist Stanley 0, Gnerson allergic! to their sting, become "With the first chill of winter
    Sims Sunoco 39" Nutmegs 481/2 351/2 locsn't actually recommend violently ill. Some even may die these insects become immobilizedIn
    By MARION SORENSEN Faber Hair Realtor 39 41 Cinnamon 451/2 381/2 harboring, skunks. But he say when, stung" the nests. Safe from the stings
    eeee e M MSeeeeeMe } Brehms Atlantic 371/2 421/2 Gingers 441/2 391/2 I he much maligned skunk is One doctor treated 250 sting the skunks then ferret them out
    Flame Lounge 36 44 Dixie Crystals 43 41 nan's friend and I la instrumental victims: last summer and eat nests, eggs and queen
    Nicks 23 57 Allspice 401/2 431/2 i in keeping the wasps under con "Yellow jackets build their But with roving dogs around the
    nests In the ground where the "
    I:rol. skunks are disappearing
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    Rosemarys 35 49 "These insects," Grierton queens develop. in preparation
    Ton thousand Junior bowlers 456. Irene Bell 114 av a nice were tossed by Geri Weeks 148, COMMERCIAL BB Peppercorns 31 53Brehms .
    in the State of Florida took part 410. Etta Wright tossed a 179 Cae Buck 127 and Alice Wise Atlantic 61 27 Sesames 301/2 63 1/2 Exclusive With Us .
    in the second annual Florida loner, Grace Brack 177, Tlllie 153. Sharpshooters were Edna Wimps Texaco 49 39 Sweet BUlls 23 1/2 601/2 ,
    Team Handicap Bowling Tour. Davis and Mae Williams 159, Cole and Nancy Veenstra the 2. Pittmans Fun. Home 48 4a
    nament on Sunday, February 8. Louise Wolford 158, Ida Poyer 5.10, J. Reahard and L. Fraleythe I Plam Lake Tr.Ct. 48 42 NlTE OWLS BBBlgleys
    The big event, sponsored by 155 and Wanda Jones 164. Nice 5.7' M. Shlvel the 5610. ] 48 42 Conditioned Air 461/2 161/2 Fabulous Cooperative Apt
    the Bowling Proprietors ASSO. gamesover) average were postedby COFFEE 'N DONUT Sugar elation of Florida, had five mem. Rosanna Loach and LaDora Donuts "dunked"Luzianne Mary Publ1x: 421/2 451/2
    IngramsChev 35 28
    ber teams competing In most Benson 141, Jane Bowes 140,Amy Jo Gibbs led them with a 505. ,Pauls Texaco 41 n
    Grants Nt
    every bowling establishment In ,Stump 133, Joa Sharp 139, Libby 178 followed by Mary Armbrust 331/2 291/2 'tlf
    Anchor
    Florida. The winning scores In Treadwell 153 and the 3.7, Ruth 497 and a terrific 203. Expresso ; Lounge 39 49 ChesserWashOMat 30 33
    each /house were malledSaturday Morris 160, M. D. Schofleld 137. 'won all from Folgers with Jean Troplgas 281/2 611/2 Grants N2 28 35
    night to the state BPAF office twlce-and the 340, Nancy Crea. yogi outstanding, 506187. Terry Bank of Naples 28 35
    In Miami to determine the win son 138. 10 and the 5.6, other Murnan] posted a 195 single, CONSTROCTIONEERS BB Anchor Lounge 28 36
    ners. sharpshooters were Flo Coe the ;Elinor Brunk and Helen Tracy Townsent Prod. 55 33 Trail Clcanurs> :.16 1/2 361/2
    Boys and girls teams bowledin 6.7.10 and Alice Wise the 5810. ;170, Audrey Sober 168, Donna j Naples Federal 50 38 Naples Federal 221/2 401/2
    separate divisions and MERCHANTS Ed Davis ;Hatley, Belle Corwin 166, Alice ;Sawyers Carpet 50 38
    separate age brackets. Ninety Builders took all from Yahl Bros ,Jensen 163, Fay Hatcher 153 ,Conditioned Air 50 38 MERCHANTS DB f
    trophies were donated to the top led by Ed Davis 536.l94.N.Bowes ,and the 6.7 plus the 5.10 splits, ,First Fla. 49 39 Naples Marine 401/2 221/2
    three teams in each of these was In the groove he fired a i Chris Hatcher 148 and Jackie Sunshine Mitt 46 42 King Ins. 37 1/2 25 1/2
    divisions by the sponsors. 257 which gave him high game Morgan 151. Dunbars 35 28 I -
    House Electric 46 42
    The winners will be announced for the league this season, and BIG CYPRESS MIXED .. Help. Roses Texaco 33 30
    within a week when all scores won himself a century patch for Ing the Pot Holes win all from 'Richards Roofing 43 4S KwLk Chek 33 30
    have been checked and tabulated. rolling 100 pins over his aver. Any local winners will be an. age and totaled a 599 series stir 571.210 and Bettye Hover. Win Turner 38 50 Ed Davis Builders 33 30

    . nounced as soon as they are Don Elf erdlnk finished with a 5780 man 557.196. Jack Hatcher got 1 Nap. Police Dept. 33 55 Isle of Capri 31 32 available 1m-
    This fabulous 2 bedroom 2 bath Is
    t known. 207, Pete Wasnlck 574.245, Jr. Simpson 565213 and R. SchweU! rolled a 638.257. John Deal list. Marhoeffer/ 30 33 med .tely. located in the> Gulf Shore) Blvd. section of Naples enhances the)

    i BROOKSIDE BOWL kert 597-229. Bud Hogue registered ed a 583.214, Flora Edwards 480. MEN.S CHURCH BB Fuller Ind. 29 34 lovable livability of all South Florida. Sumptuously furnished In every detail

    . COMMERCIAL In their win a lone 224, H. Stoneburner 176, E. Abernathle 477.190 and Methodist i U 57 27 Nap. Printing 22 41 this it alto air-conditioned and heated. The wide expanse
    centrally
    over Brehms Atlantic, Mike pike 217, Dan Hayes 192, Bud Danielsand Beth Deal 466. Bud Hall fired Assorted Christians 67 27 Marhoeffer N1 2'2 41. apartment
    with a 555.194 and Ike Wolford John Boutwell 191, Guye Dan. a solitary 218, Elizabeth Hard. of the large porch overlooking the water I it delightful. Don't mitt
    ' Methodist 12# 42 1/2 411/2
    '535-192, led Paula Texaco. Joe lets 19U90 and Bud Holsumback wick 195, Tom Schessler and Christian Mens FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC DB teeing this exclusive lilting NOW
    Salmon found the for a
    groove Art White 190, Margaret Wolfe
    . 650 with games 213.235 and 202. 187.FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC 174. Shirley Wardrip had a nice Fellowship 361/2 471/2 Acreage 58 26 4
    Charlie Rice listed a 564.224, i Gene Chamberlin blasted a 614. 391. 1 Emmanuel Sub Divisions 58 28 '

    Rue Gay 577 with a 206.213 and 255 to lead Cooperatives to their BOWLERETTES .. A big assist 1 Lutheran 35 1/2 481/2 Financing 50 34 DOWNING -44
    Tex Kaverman 553190. Jim win over Construction. Ken Mo for the Flame Lounge In win. 1 E. N. Methodist 23 1/2 601/2 Consultants 49 35 WESLEY G. .
    Haynes Sr. a lone 204, Ed Har. i Conkey used games of 217.222for fling all from Brehms was given Estimating 421/2 411/2
    roun 199, Jim Croak, Fred Clark a 629 and led Consultantsto by Marie Shults 190-447 and WOMEN'S CHURCH BB Real Estate, 41 43

    and Vern Allen 190, Ross Phillips a clean sweep from Finan. Marylln Spindle 436. Mary Arm. |Christian Pinheads 36 27 Investments 361/2 471/2 rod s/h A
    192. cing. Harry Sauchelll found the brust was the talented one witha .
    ,
    CONSTRUCTIONEERS-' line and games of 206.226.225gave 511.192, Jeri Jerabek 503.208, Construction 35 49
    send Produce won all from Naples him a big 657 also help Mary Jo Gibbs 501.193, Ul Mil. Diablos 32 31 49 A EARL FRYE RUFUS BURNHAM

    Federal ably assisted by Fr. Ing Sub Divisions win all from ler 498, Ethel Jones 477 witha Gutter Dusters 29 1/2 33 1/2 Developers 35 32 52 rln I:; 8 "An experienced staff to serve you properlyH
    Lord 494 and Ron Townsend 4 '3. Estimates. Ed Harroun reacheda 204 Lucille Lord 462. Ruby Mixed Christians 29 34 Planning .
    Jim Croak was high for Federal 215 singleton, Gene Tlllman i Sims registered a 188 loner,Bea 'Question Marks 281/2 34 1/2 Cooperatives 30 1/2 531/2 MI 2.2179 .

    with a 537. Tom Miller, 514 212, Don Elferdink 211, Dennis Mohrbacher 181, Ina Bunting 180,
    and Gil Oliver, 509 led First Salmon 201, Leon Snyder and May Grant 175, Ruth Dodge 164 -I
    Florida in their win over the Bill Keeling 200, John Stull 199, and Dot Donelson 163. Helen
    Police Dept. House Electric was Dan Hayes 196, Jim Glidden 192, Henson tossed a 161, Ginny Pani.
    able to take all from Beach Cabinet Adam Moog 191, G. Eaton and !pinto 160, Martha Vanchura 159,
    assisted by John\Stull.524 Joe Salmon 190 and Jackie Call 509. Ralph Leigh Perry 158.151 and Margaret Mil. THE MOST in
    was out front for the league PINE LANESCONTRACTORS ler i 154. 7/1ufetL! a

    with a 596.258, Gene Till man Daley Distributors .
    580.223 and Gene Chamberlln with the aid of Greenle
    223.562. Eddie Holland tired a Eaton's 524.194 swept all from Bowling Standings

    220 singleton, Fred Redenbaugh Alander and Sons. B" B CONTRACTORS PL
    215, Claude Jolllffe 213, Duane Builders won all from Naples
    Lyons 202, Andy Nichols 201, Supply ably assisted by Al De Moons Masonry 19 9
    Bob Schwelkert, Fred HUlman Potters 505.201 Carl Armbrust Boat Haven 19 9 MICHIGAN HOME
    200, Marvin LeMasters 197.192, was high scorer as he blasted Metalcraft 18 10
    George Lowe 197, Tom Eggles. games of 193.206.217 for a 616. Firestone 17 11
    ton 197, Charlie Rice and Paul Bern Storter tossed a 214 loner, Daley Dlst. 15 13
    Wickham 191, Bob Waller 193 and W. Abernathle 208, Jack Hatcher B. B. Builders 15 13

    jack Kline 183.WOMEN'S 202, Nate Hunt 200, Dennis Naples Supply 13 15 >.
    CHURCH Out. Salmon 194, Ev. Baldwin 191 Stone Builders 11 17
    standing was Jean Vogt with a
    and Fred Alander 190. Conditioned Air 8 20
    464161. Hazel Abrahamson recorded 1 WOMEN'S CHURCH ..Lead.
    walkera Alander & Sons 5 23 ',< '''''' '
    451.161. Judy
    a i, ,
    ing the Holy Bowlers to their ,
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    lone 164, Marge Thomas 167, win over Emmanuel Lutheran was > / ,> ,
    Marie Weaver 159, Irma Lesser Joa Sharp 476.179. St. Anns WOMEN'S CHURCH PL '. 1 1'I
    ..157, Merle L. Harris 150 (twice),; won all from Trinity No. 2. High Christian Daffys 471/2 321/2 CIF, K{ +kawvl.rl. AI .Irki.riitidw1 ''Ii J
    IDavllla.So<:kalOolId 141 and Judy for the winners was Dorothy Emmanuel Luthe i i }, fbb 11'' -,01 .d
    Rimes 141.MEN'S White 445.163. Beverly Nelson ran 43 1/2 36 1/2 I
    CHURCH -The Assort; was out front for the league with Holy Bowlers 43 1/2 33 1/2
    ed Christians, with the help of a 470.171 and picked up the Trinity f 1 37 43
    Fred Redenbaugh 543.213,won all 5.7. Marian Pederson posted St. Ann's 0 35 1/2 40 1/2
    from Christian Mens Fellowship. a 170, Nour Turner 180, Susan Trinity #2 31 49
    High for the opposition was Char.Anderson 153 and Carol Keener
    lie Rice with a 566.213. Ken Me. 154. Myrtle Smith converted the Incomplete
    Conkey reached a 212 single,> w-L r1W
    Scott Wolfe 171.178, Martin Ne. 7.9.MEN'S' CHURCH Allen MEN'S CHURCH PL =
    bus 176, Neil Hannaford and Jess 1 Blbee was the forerunner asChristian St. Ann's 43 37 -
    Helwlg 172, LJD. Johnson 183. won all from Trinity Trinity #1 42 38
    181, Ralph McKlrlhan 181, Ed 1 No. 2. He reached a 480.182. First Christian 40 40
    Shaner 188, Al Fayard 187, Wally Harry Clouser was out front for Bon. Baptist ##2 39 41
    Hudson 181.186. the rite with a 523.213.: Wilburn Trinity #2 38 42
    NITE OWLS Grants No. 1 Dullard listed lone 201,Norman
    Bon. Baptist #1 38 42
    won all from Grants No. 2 with L Herren 189, and Glen Llles 182.
    the assist of Ruby Lind, 472. ROCK 'N BOWLERS First
    171. Juanita Snyder got the most: Fla. took all from Ace Beauty ROCK'N BOWLERS PL
    wood for the nite with a 534. anda I with the help of Marg Lee 201. Holland alley 66 18 The Panoramic
    big 224 single. Sharon Yahl registered 471. Fuller Industries took over Caribbean Realty 49 35
    a 477, Hazel Abraham. Golden Anchor led by K. Hier Fuller Industries 49 35
    son 485, Rose Morrison 473, 454.165. Shirley Johnson was Carousel Drive In 47 37 r
    Agatha Cleary 462 and Wanda high for the nite with a 536. First Fla. R. E. 48 38 THE MOST NAlrra rtAEtnFa coach /
    Rice 459. Katie Stull a single 175, 179. Ethel Dlnaburg recorded Wiggs & Maale 44 40 I a/1 a00M b 0 I e
    Dee Shimer and Nelllne Mann a 523.184, Linda Sauchelll 527. Ace 44 40 "
    Beauty
    153, Frances Fitzek 167, Alta 180, Anne Follls 497, Eva Hogue WonderGardenRest.43 41 t :; ;jt
    Riley 169, Patti Do trie 153MaryCalasanti 494 and Jeanne Meltzer 470. elr ne l
    Mark &StrU e37 47
    154, Martha Lowery Ethel Jones rolled a 184 single, Fore < PRIDE OFPOSSKSSION
    152 and Laura Kennedy 146. Martha Vanchura 177, Gert Dunn Modern Masonry 36 48 I
    SUGAR 'N SPICE BebeMoog: 181, Bebe Moog 180, Betty Pauly Imperial Pharmacy 24 60 -- ,
    504-177 and Marge Thomas 467 r 178, Ida Poyer 176,Mildred Eaton Golden Anchor 19 65 \
    led Cloves to their win over Gin.'and Wanda Jones 173, Lucille 1 1 .111' 'f :
    t tv
    ger. Marg Mlltner reached 488.., Perry 166 and the 5.7,A.Castenir COFFEE 'N DONUT PL 1 Mtn .
    172, Hazel Abrahamson 471,, 163, B.J. Broughton, Winnie Mil. Sugar Donuts 60 20 1111GAGA6E
    Eloulse Williams 463 and the I ler and Marge Seaberg 161, Tina Luzlanne 48 34 I
    ; LI:1.:
    47.10, Kay Rans 456, Julie I Kibbe 156 and Joan Lawhon 152. 441/2 35 1/2 .t
    Expresso
    Yanson 458 and pat Robertson, Nice games over average .> Holsum 38 42 J,
    '
    Beechnut 35 45 / 1,4 AIIO' Id

    Maxwell House 35 45 It's human nature to be proud of your possessions, particularly .:: I
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    34 48 4' -
    POLAROID LAND CAMERA Sanka when you have a distinctive Michigan Home.
    Folgers 26 1/2 53 1/2
    Owners of Michigan Homes tell us they're mighty proudof

    TRADE-IN SALETrade BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL them because of the enviable designs, because of the 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
    51 29
    Seminoles Ospreys 47 33 recognized quality construction, because of the livable ,wn .'.... Screen Porch Closed Garage

    in your present Panthers 0 43 33 layouts, because of the personal interest of the construction t, :7437 .q, ft

    Gators 411/2 38 1/2 and because of financing officials'
    towards the personnel,
    camera purchaseof White Herons 40 40 ," ,<
    POLAROID Bob Cats 40 36 recognition of the value as an'investment. While pride $17 600
    ,
    a new
    Pot Holes 391/2 401/2 of possession is not on the specification sheet, it's built ." ..
    Razor Backs 34 48 '. ON YOUR LOT <
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    At the Parish House. 553 e
    Galleon Dr., Tuesday. February *. 4e
    18 at 12:30 p.m. the Episcopal -
    Churchwomen of Trlnity-
    by-the-Cove will hold a lunch-
    eon and card party benefit for
    Smith's Marina
    Skipper the new Negro child care cen-
    ter for pre-school children of
    migrant workers at Immokalee.
    General chairmen for the
    event are Mrs. George E.
    Powell and Mrs. Richard T,
    NOW OFFERS Lambert. In charge of the
    luncheon Is Mrs. Nancy t 4

    Veenstra,assisted by Mrs.G.E. _
    Carroll and Mrs. Howard
    \ Collier County's Sharpe. Mrs. Holland Salley PLANNING LUNCHEON CARD PARTYto luncheon committee chairman; Mrs.
    Is chairman of the card party be held at Trinity-by the-Cove Parish Richard T. Lambert, general cochairman .

    and Mrs. Ralph Wilson and House on February 18 for the benefitof and Mrs. Holland Salley, card
    Mrs. John head-
    Dlmeling are
    Ing the set-up and decorations the Child Care Center for childrenof party chairman. Not present for the

    ONLY committee. Mrs. Robert W. migrant workers at Immokalee are picture was Mrs. George Powell, general .

    Keely Jr.and Mrs.Ralph Davis these committee members. They are, co-chairman, who was called out
    are handling the publicity.The Carroll luncheon of town by the death of her father.
    benefit Is the from left, Mrs. Toby ,
    open to (NEWS
    photo)
    public and members hope that committee; Mrs. Nancie Veenstra,
    women, both residents -;---
    many Naples In 1899 the community was The painted letters spelled
    COMPLETELY ENCLOSED and NAME CHANGED
    will attend.It .
    visitors
    "
    BY JACK FROST known as New Chicago Late in "ELEVA Residents decided
    Is not necessary to stay for the year, a new gram elevator they liked that better than New
    the card pany If other plans ELEVA \Vis. (AP) Re. was built beside the railroad Chicago So they changed the
    interfere It was pointed out. searchers finally have discoveredhow tracks. Workmen got part of the name officially, and the com
    The cost of the luncheon Is this northwestern Wisconsin word "elevator" painted on the munity has been known as Eleva
    STORM PROOF 91.50 and $1.00 per personfor community of 548 persons got side of the structure when cold ever since.
    cards. There will be a prize its name. weather forced them to give up.


    DIRT FREE, score for requested each pads.A table.to bring and players cards are and Let Your Valentine Eat CakeBy I

    baby sitter will be provided. -
    CECILY BROWNSTONE
    Associated Press Food EditorIF I IaI

    IN OUT STORAGE FACILITYKeep by Reservations Mrs. Rock are at the being Parish taken cake YOU'RE for someone planning you to bakea love --JL

    House office Tel. MI 2-2257 who loves chocolate, then you
    and the deadline Is 3:30 p.m., might enjoy trying this spanking-
    Friday February 14 new recipe..
    This chocolate cake roll may
    Your Boat In Like New Condition for Years to be made ahead and frozen. When
    EvergladesNews you're ready to serve it, and it's
    Ccr.ie with No Effort on Your Part and at, No More definitely party fare, just takeit
    out of the freezer and offer it

    Cost Than Normal Covered Water Storage! will pronto.slice No thawing perfectly.necessary If you; it .

    haven't a freezer, refrigerate the l wt -
    By Juanita Weldon cake after adding the cream .ar

    Come In Get The Facts On This Monday night, February 10, filling How and did frosting.this new recipe
    at 8 p.m. there will be a donkey happen We happened to complain -
    basketball game In the school to a home-economist friend
    gymtorium. The faculty will that so many chocolate rolls
    play against the local Lion's crack during the rolling process :p'rF
    Club. She wagered she could get
    Carefree Modern
    Boat Storage! To those of you who have around this hurdle She did, and
    never seen a donkey basket- here's her roll,with nary a break

    bal game, the rules are as CHOCOLATE
    VALENTINE ROLL
    follows --
    1 package (6 ounces) semi-sweet
    There will be four men on
    chocolate pieces ((1 )
    cup
    a two and
    team guards two
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    forwards. To stan the game 1 cup eggs (5 large eggs)
    each team gets set under a basket 1/4 teaspoon salt
    _;I- using the opposite basketas 1/2 cup sugar
    their goal. The players 3 tablespoons cold water
    stay dismounted until the ball1' .1:teasp On.vanilUO J .ifiJfcAi: I, .
    _) "'I1 iio i. 4:Jjthrown up In the middle bf 1/2 cup sifted,teaks flcwr ,<
    the floor and the whistle Is Confectioners' sugar
    Cream Filling and Frosting
    .blown. VALENTINE DESSERT This Chocolate Roll be
    Players can catch the ball Grease a 15 by 10 by 1-inch may
    Another Smith jelly roll line bottom with served chilled or frozen
    Skipper and pan;
    Exclusive pass It only If they are waxed paper.Melt chocolate over ,.
    ri
    mounted
    or If they have the
    hot, not boiling, water; remove
    reins In their hands. Two from heat and stir in soda. Beat FOR YOUR FLORIDA ENJOYMENT
    Gulf "Premix" GasMixed dismounted players cannot passto eggs with salt until they beginto Directly on the white sand of the Golf of Mexico
    each other at least one thicken; gradually beat in GOLFING FISHING w
    must be mounted. A playercan sugar; continue beating if nec- -
    ride the length of the floor essary until thick and lemon- BOATING RELAXING i
    at the nozzle not in the storage tank. The with the ball but cannot holdIt colored. Beat in cold water and SUNNING LOAFING D heF
    over 15 seconds. Baskets vanilla Turn melted chocolateinto GULF ,
    unit in the that offers must be made while mounted. mixing bowl over egg mix. FRONT E
    only area exact measure every Ball the ture. Sift flour over mixture in
    goes to opposite team RENTALS
    4 parts folding in after each _
    time If score Is made Playerscan addition; then continue folding From f omt to p.nh
    you fill your tanks. substitute anytime they wish until chocolate is thoroughly
    merely by walking onto the floor blended. Turn into prepared pan. Naples
    and taking another player's Bake in moderate (375( degrees) New modern
    Stop In And Let Us Show You The Latest place.A oven 15 minutes, or until cake Gulf front deluxe

    player Is allowed to remount springs back when pressed EDGEWATEI
    without Interferencefrom I lightly. Turn out immediatelyonto

    And other players when he secures clean dish towel confectioners'heavily BEACH of Naples rril'cezte
    Most Economical Method Of the bal. sprinkled with
    short end roll
    sugar Starting at
    There out-of-bounds,
    are no
    up cake along with towel. Placeon
    time-outs or fouls. There are wire rack to cool. VWriU r. 0 los 2 24A. Naples, Florida for brochure and rands
    Boat four 8 minute quarters. CREAM FILLING -
    Handling
    Baskets are changed only at AND FROSTING
    the half. At the half, teams 2 cups heavy cream
    switch sets of donkeys. Time 1/4 cup sugar Planning Your
    between halves will be 15 minutes 1 teaspoon vanilla
    long and all donkeys must 3/4 cup quick chocolate flavoredmix
    be led off the floor as quickly Florida EstateNew
    Whip 1 cup of the cream until
    as possible.
    almost stiff; gradually beat in
    Players are asked not to maul
    sugar and vanilla. Carefully unroll -
    each other or the donkeys at
    cake and spread with
    Care should be tak-
    time.
    any
    sweetened whipped cream; roll
    while Do not New and prospective
    en mounting. approach up again. Whip remaining 1 cup
    your donkey from the cream until stiff; beat in 1 2 cup Florida residents will be
    rear or do not try to mount of the chocolate flavored mix. especially interested in
    without a hold on the reins. Frost roll, reserving 1/4 cup of this booklet which contains
    mixture. Stir remaining 1 4 cup information on the
    Cashmere wool the soft winter chocolate flavored mix into re following subjects and
    underfleece of semiwild served mixture; put in pastry includes Federal Estate
    Asian> goat -is never sham. The tube. Make double-heart design with
    and Gift tables
    on frosted roll Refrigerate. until Tax
    ,oat'. wool in painstakingly
    plucked or combed out by hand ready to serve Roll may be examples of tlfc compu-
    during its molt. frozen, and may be served unthawed tations.
    Johnson Sea Horse Sales Complete Line of Fiberglass spring Makes 8 servings.. Florida Taxes

    Complete Service Facilities Inboard Outboard and Florida Residence

    Outboard Boats. Requirements
    Planning Your Estate
    /:) Florida Executors Fees

    Expert Painting and Repair Both Wood and Fiberglass 7JfAA 1laplR.4 (OtittM, V'4,.XAT10XALa\XK Joint How Trusts Tenancy Can Save
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    "Where Boating Is More Fun" I deeply appreciate your expressionof Trust DepartmentServices

    confidence on February 4, and I

    shall do my best to live up to your You may obtain' your copy at the bankor
    by calling or sending card to the
    endorsement of my candidacy and

    the responsibility: which you have Trust Department

    placed in me. Thank you again. Telephone EDison 7-1151

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    . BOWLERETTES PL SUGAR "N SPICE BB BE KIND TO SKUNKS Sunday February t, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3B I
    KATONA1I. N.Y. (AP) If
    EGLEWS Pampered Poodles 55 25 Sages 56 1/2 27 1/2 yellow jackets are menacing your said "have become a suburban for reproducing thousand of
    1J Nap Floor Cov. 51 29 Paprikas 55 29 ret, get some skunk. aummer plsgue. Many people, their kind" Orierson said
    IBy Stone Builders 391/2 401/2 Cloves 50 1/2 331/2 Naturalist Stanley O. Grierson allergic to their sting, become "With the first chill of winter
    0RN Sims Sunoco 39 41 Nutmegs 48 1/2 35 1/2 doesn't actually recommend violently ill Some even may die these insects become immobilized
    ER MARION SORENSIN Faber Hair Realtor 39 41 Cinnamon 45 1/2 381/2 harboring skunks. But he says when stung" in the n..ta.Safe from the sting,
    . M.Mej.ej..MM.e S SS ( t! Brehms Atlantic 371/2 421/2 Gingers 44 1/2 391/2 the much maligned skunk la One doctor treated 250 sting the skunks then ferret them out
    Flame Lounge 36 44 Dixie Crystals 43 41 man's friend! and Is instruments! victims last summer and eat nests, eggs and queen
    Nicks 23 57 Allspice 40 1/2 43 1/2 in keeping the wasps under control "Yellow jackets build their But with roving dog around the
    nests in the ground where the skunk are disappearing"
    Rosemarys 35.s
    "These Insects," Gner on queens devilop in preparation
    Ton thousand Junior bowlers 456. Irene Bell 114 ova nice were tossed by Cerl Weeks 146, COMMERCIAL BB Peppercorns 31 53
    In the State of Florida took part 410 Etta Wright tossed a 170 Gae Buck 127 and Alice Wise Brehms Atlantic 61 27 Sesames 30 1/2 53 1/2
    Exclusive With Us -
    In the second annual Florida loner, Grace Brack 177, Tillla 153 Sharpshooters were Edna Wimps Texaco 49 39 Sweet Basils 23 1/2 601/2 .
    Team Handicap Bowling Tour. Davis and Mae Williams 159, Cole and Nancy Veenstra the 2. Ptttmans Fun. Home 43 40
    nament on Sunday, February 8. Louise Wolford 158, Ida poyer 5.10, J. Reahard and L. Fraleythe Plam Lake Tr. Ct. 46 42 KITE OWLS BB
    the The big event, sponsored by 153 and Wanda Jones 164. Nice 5.7, M. Shivel the 5.6.10. Bigleys 46 42 Conditioned Air 461/2 16 1/2 Fabulous Cooperative Apt
    Bowline Proprietors Asso. Ci-mes.over average were postedby COFFEE 'N DONUT Sugar County Engineers 43 45 Sea Treasures 37 26
    elation of Florida, had five mem. Rosanna Loach and LaDora Donuts "dunked"Lur.1ann..uary
    Publlx 1/2
    421/2 45
    ber teams competing In most Benson 141, Jane Bowes 140,Amy Jo Gibbs led them with a SOS. Ingrams Chev 35 28
    every bowling establishment In Stump 133, Joa Sharp 139, Libby 178 followed by Mary Armbrust Pauls Texaco 41 47 Grants ##1 331/2 29 1/2 Ti
    Florida. The winning scores in Treadwell 153 and the 3.7, Ruth 497 and a terrific 203. Expressowon Anchor Lounge 39 49 ChesserWashOMat 30 33
    each house were malledSaturday Morris 160, M. D. Schofield 137. all from Folgers with Jean Tropigas 261/2 611/2 Grants ##2 28 35
    night to the state BPAF officein twlce-and the 340, Nancy Crea Vogt outstanding, 506.187. Terry Bank of Naples 28 35
    Miami to determine the win. son 13M10 and the 5.6, other Murnan posted a 195 single, CONSTRUCTIONS BB Anchor Lounge 28 35
    ners. sharpshooters were Flo cae the Elinor Brunk and Helen Tracy Townsent Prod. 55 33 Trail Clc.ners: : 26 1/2 361/2
    Boys and girls teams bowledin 6.7-10 and Alice Wise the 5810. 170, Audrey Sober 168, Donna Naples Federal 50 38 Naples Federal 221/2 401/2
    separate divisions and MERCHANTS Ed Davis Hatley, Belle Corwin 166, Alice Sawyers Carpet 50 38
    separate age brackets Ninety Builders took all from Yahl Bros Jensen 163, Fay Hatcher 152 Conditioned Air 50 38 MERCHANTS BB
    trophies were donated to the top led by Ed Davis 536494.N.Bowes and the 6.7 plus the 5.10 splits, First 49 39 Naples Marine 40 1/2 22 1/2
    three teams In each of those was in the groove he fired a Chris Hatcher 148 and Jackie Fe 46 42 King Ins, 37 1/2 25 1/2
    divisions by the sponsors. 257 which gave him high game Morgan 151. House Electric Dunbars 35 28 -
    46 42 i
    The winners will be announced for the this and
    league season, BIG CYPRESS; MIXED Help. Roses Texaco 33 30
    within a week when all scores himself for Richards Roofing 43 45
    won a century patch ing the Pot Holes win all from Kwik Chek 33 30
    have been checked and tabulated. rolling 100 pins over his aver. the Razor Barks were Gene Tes. Allied Paving 38 50
    Any local winners will be Win Turner 38 50 Ed Davis Builders 33 30
    announced age and totaled a 599 series. sler 571.210 and Bettye Hover.
    as soon as they are Don Elferdlnk finished with a 578. man 557.196. Jack Hatcher got Nap. Police Dept 33 55 Isle of Capri 31 32
    known. 207, Pete Wasnlck 574.245, Jr. the most wood for the nite as he Beach Cabinet 30 58 YaM Bros 30 33 This fabulous 2 bedroom, 2 bath cooperative apartment Is available Immediately.
    Simpson 565.213 and R. SchweU rolled a 638.257. John Deal list. Marhoeffer ##12 30 33 Located in the Gulf Short Blvd. section of Naples enhance the

    I BROOKSIDE BOWL kert 557-229. Bud Hogue regis. ed a 583.214, Flora Edwards 4 80. MEN'S CHURCH BB Fuller Ind 29 34 lovabl.livability of all South Florid Sumptuously furnished in every detail
    COMMERCIAL In their win tered a lone 224, H. Stoneburner 176 E. Abernathie 477.190 and ,
    22 41
    Methodist ##1 57 27 Nap. Printing
    over Brehms Atlantic, Mike pike 217, Dan Hayes 192, Bud Danielsand Beth Deal 466. Bud Hall fireda Assorted Christians 57 27 Marhoeffer fl 22 41. this apartment Is also centrally air-conditioned and heated The wide .*.
    with a 555.194 and Ike Wolford John Boutwell 191, Guye Dan- solitary 218, Elizabeth Hard- panto of the large porch overlooking the water it delightful. Don't mitt
    Methodist ##2 42 1/2 411/2
    535492, led Paula Texaco. Joe lain 191490 and Bud Holsumback wick 19$, Tom Schessler and
    Christian MensFellowship FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC BB seeing this exclusive lilting NOW.
    Salmon found the groove for a 187. Art White 190, Margaret Wolfe
    650 with games of 213.23 and 202 FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC 174. Shirley Wardrip had a nice 361/2 47 1/2 Acreage 58 26
    Charlie Rice listed a 564.224, Gene Chamberlin blasted a 614. 391. Emmanuel Sub Divisions 58 26 4

    Rus Cay 577 with a 206.213 and 255 to lead Cooperatives to their BOWLERETTES .. A big assist Lutheran 351/2 481/2 Financing 50 34 DOWNING 4&
    Tex Kaverman 553.190.. Jim win over Construction. Ken Me. for the Flame Lounge in win. E, N, Methodist 23 1/2 60 1/2 Consultants 49 35 WESLEY G. .
    Haynes Sr. a lone 204, Ed Har. Conkey used games of 217.223 nine all from Brehms was given Estimating 421/2 411/2
    roun 199, Jim croak, Fred Clark for a 629 and led Consultantsto by Marie Shults 19CM47 and WOMEN'S CHURCH BD Real Estate. 41 43
    and Vern Allen 190, Ross Phillips a clean sweep from Finan. Marylln Spindle 436. Mary Arm. Christian Pinheads 36 27 Investments 36 1/2 471/2 704 iihAvt

    192. ,. clng. Harry Sauchelll found the brust was the talented one witha Methodist 34 29 Designs 361/2 47 1/2 ,: So.Nepi'u. A MLS REALTOR Associates
    CONSTRUCTIONEERS- line and games of 206.226.225 511.192, Jerl Jerabek 503.208, Construction 35 49
    send produce won all from Naples gave him a big 657 alto helpIng Mary Jo Glbbs 501.193, Lll Mil. Diablos 32 31 A EARL FRYE RUFUS BURNHAM
    Federal ably assisted by Fr. Sub Divisions win all from ler 498, Ethel Jones 477 witha Gutter Dusters 29 1/2 33 1/2 Developers 35 49 Hondo
    Lord 494 and Ron Townsend 4 '3. Estimates Ed Harroun reacheda 204 Lucille Lord 462. Ruby Mixed Christians 29 34 Planning 32 52 Phone, Q "An experienced staff to serve you properly"M12.2179

    Jim croak was high for Federal 215 singleton, Gene Tlllman Sims registered a 188 loner,Bea Question Marks 281/2 341/2 Cooperatives 301/2 531/2 A

    with a 537. Tom Miller, 514 212, Don Elferdink 211, Dennis Mohrbacher 181, Ina Bunting 180, .
    and Gil Oliver, 509 led First Salmon 201, Leon Snyder and May Grant 175, Ruth Dodge 164 ---
    Florida in their win over the Bill ,Keeling 200, John Stull 199, and Dot Donelson 163. Helen
    Police Dept. House Electric was Dan Hayes 196, Jim Glidden 192, Henson tossed a 161, Ginny Pant.
    able to take all from Beach cable Adam Moog 191, G. Eaton and pinto 160, Martha Vanchura 159,
    net assisted by JohnStull.524 Joe Salmon 190. Dolly Patterson 158, Lucille
    and Jackie Call 509. Ralph Leighwas Perry 158.151 and Margaret Mil. MOST
    out front for the league PINE LANESCONTRACTORS !ler 154. rpTHE
    with a 596.258, Gene Till man Daley DIstributors .
    580.223 and Gene Chamberlin with the aid of Greenie
    223.562. Eddie Holland fired a Eaton's 524.194 swept all from Bowling Standings

    , 220 singleton, Fred Redenbaugh Alander and Sons. B" B
    CONTRACTORS PL
    215, Claude Jollltfe 213, Duane Builders won all from Naples
    Lyons 202, Andy Nichols 201, Moons Masonry 19 9
    Supply ably assisted by Al De
    Bob Schweikert, Fred Hillman Potters 505.201. Carl Armbrust Boat Haven 19 9
    200, Marvin LeMasters 197.192, was high scorer as he blasted MetalcraCt 18 10 MICHIGAN HOME I0
    George Lowe 197, Tom Eggles.1 games of 193.206.217 for a 616. Firestone 17 11
    ton 197, Charlie Rice and Paul Bern Storter tossed a 214 loner, Daley Dlst. 15 13
    Wlckham 191, Bob Waller 193 and' W. Abernathle 208, Jack Hatcher B. B. Builders 15 13
    Jack Kline 183.WOMEN'S 202, Nate Hunt 200, Dennis Naples Supply 13 15
    CHURCH Out.'Salmon 194, Ev. Baldwin 191 Stone Builders 11 11
    standing was Jean Vogt with a and Fred Alander 190.
    464161. Hazel Abrahamson recorded .' WOMEN'S CHURCHLead.. Conditioned Air 8 20 '
    a 451161. Judy Walkera Alsnder & Sons 5 23 /
    ing the Holy Bowlers to their
    lone 164, Marge Thomas 167, win over Emmanuel Lutheran was
    Marie Weaver 159, Irma Lesser Joa Sharp 476.179. St. Anns WOMEN'S CHURCH PL
    Merle L. Harris 150 (twice), Christian Daffys 471/2 321/2 wtk
    i-157 ; won all from Trinity No. 2. High ''I i I' ( aaAarwrAi a, IIiIJ
    |Cavl aiSockalokl 145 and Judy for the winners was Dorothy Emmanuel Lurhc i I' }jj. efbb t. 1+i
    Rimes 141.MEN'S White 445.163. Beverly Nelson ran 43 1/2 38 1/2
    CHURCH -The Assort.) was out front for the league witha Holy Bowlers 43 1/2 33 In
    ed Christians, with the help of 470.171 and picked up the Trinity 11 37 43
    Fred Redenbaugh 543.213won all
    5.7. Marian Pederson posted
    St. Ann's a 351/2 401/2
    from Christian Mens Fellowship 1 170 180
    a Nour Turner Susan
    High for the opposition was Char.Anderson 153 and Carol Keener Trinity ##2 31.s
    lie Rice with a 565.213. Ken Me.1 154. Myrtle Smith converted the Incomplete
    Conkey reached a 212 single,' 7.9.
    Scott Wolfe 171478, Martin Ne. MEN'S CHURCH Allen MEN'S CHURCH PL
    bus 176, Nell Hannaford and Jess 1 Bibee was the forerunner as St. Ann's 43 37
    Helwlg 172, UD. Johnson 183.Christian won all from Trinity Trinity ##1 42 38
    181, Ralph McKlrlhan 181, Ed! No. 2. He reached a 480.182. First Christian 40 40
    Shaner 188, AI Fayard 187, Wally Harry Clouser was out front for Bon. Baptist 12 39 41
    Hudson 181186. the nite with a 523213. Wllburn 38 42
    Trinity ##2
    NITS OWLS Grants No. 1 Bullard listed alone 201Norman *".
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    Bon. Baptist #1 38 42 '
    won all from Grants No. 2 with Herren 189, and Glen Llles 182. -'I )/' v
    the assist of Ruby Llnd, 472. ROCK 'N BOWLERS First :
    171. Juanita Snyder got the most Fla took all from Ace Beauty ROCK 'N BOWLERS PL
    wood for the nlte with a 534. and I with the help of Marg Lee 201- Holland alley 66 18 Tho Panoramic
    a big 224 single. Sharon Yahl registered .' 471. Fuller Industries took over Caribbean Realty 49 35 ,
    a 477, Hazel Abraham. Golden Anchor led by K. Bier Fuller Industries 49 35 .
    son 485, Rose Morrison 473,, 454.165. Shirley Johnson was Carousel Drive In 47 37 ,;
    Agatha Cleary 462 and Wanda thigh for the nlte with a 536. First Fla R. E. 46 38 THE MOST 't [ gafENfD eIX.MaODM
    Rice 459. Katie Stull a single 179. Ethel Dlnaburg recorded Wiggs & Maale 44 40 : ND'x i. .
    Dee Shimer and Nelllne Mann i a 528.184, Linda Sauchelll 527.
    Ace 44 40
    Beauty
    153, Frances FUtek 167, Alta 180, Anne Follls 497, Eva Hogue WonderGardenRest.43 41 ;;
    j 1t
    RUey 169, patti Doulel53Mary 494 and Jeanne Meltzer 470. as Ne 1
    Fore &Strike37 47 4 pIN ., .. .
    Mark. x .Inv
    Calasantl 154, Martha Lowery Ethel Jones rolled a 184 single, PRIDE OFPOSSKSSION nrr S rJy I II
    152 and Laura Kennedy 146. Martha Vanchura 177, Gert Dunn Modem Masonry 36 48 E win

    SUGAR 'N SPICE BebeMoog: 181, Bebe Moog 180, Betty Pauly Imperial Pharmacy 24 60 I ," TI .'
    504.177 and Marge Thomas 467' 178, Ida Poyer 176,Mildred Eaton Golden Anchor 19 65 I uv., salt \
    led Cloves to their win over Gin.and Wanda Jones 173, Lucille f//.il "
    get Marg Mlltner reached a 488. Perry 166andthe5.7A.Castenlr COFFEE 'N DONUT PL 1 Nt :. "
    172, Hazel Abrahamson 471, 163, B.J. Broughton, Winnie Mil. Sugar Donuts 60 20 : /
    Eloulse Williams 463 and the i ler and Marge Seaberg 161, Tina Luzianne 46 34 ..I
    4.7.10, Kay Rans 456, Julie i Kibbe 156 and Joan Lawhon 152. .r5 u tarWQA6E
    Expresso 44 1/2 35 1/2 .t
    Yanson 458 and pat Robertson i Nice games over average .
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    COLL 1.11 .11 Ulll'.?, r .r y9, 1116. o i, I IPh' "II'f l Uon called' Oa wheel. ter actor. He was much in da: Naples Does Grass May Solve 'Gold Du 5t'!< Problem
    "It unfolds!! Slid resembles a mand as a featured player ii
    cot IUS{>f'r.oJ!: uii four legs," an television long before "The De.! BY SUE REICHERT type of grass, bees and shrubs 1
    I'' TV R D10, I explanatlin trails( "You strap fenders" made him a star. The absence of my article By DENNIS LEE ROYLE were planted Researchcontinued
    urself /\11 i the nt and b)' mov. Marshall has become fascinat., has been due to the absence of JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) Ever since until only 14 type of grass I
    ing your hand /from jour waist ed by the law. For the last year. meetings' because of mid.' discovered in 1886, South Africa has been showed any sign of germinatingon
    w By CYNTHIA LOWRY makes Bulgarian yogurt and Jellied .. to over sour m>a ;. AP Tel vlslon.Radlo Writer consomme, which, with ran i to rotate In i complete circle. a course in constitution, At our last meeting we decidedto I faced with a growing problem. What to do with the man- Today, some mine dumps have
    t' NEW YORK (AP-The bus!. carrot rounds, constitutes th ness office of the team of Mar. usual midday repast of E. G,, creased, and b>' turning upside are not over 20 years old i crushed gold-bearing rock after its glittering wealth covered mountains, reducing
    o hall and Reed, known to the Marshall, the senior member o:f down your organs also are ex. to rejoin as active members. If' has been extracted the problem of air and water
    t Saturday night television aud!. the firm. ercised. This relaxes you at the Krueger Resigns You are Interested, please cometo I pollution and allowing adjacent I
    ence as Preston and Preston, On a recent working day,., same tlme..ivliit your Innards Post As German our next meeting Monday night areas to be developed by industrial .
    coun elors.aUlaw, consists of Robert Reed was working in :[ the exercise they need." at '7:30 at the Recreation Hall. and residential concerns
    two tiny cubicles In a big, ram. scene involving a Marine court., Marshall's determined regU Refugee Minister The club discussed quite a few Dr. James said, "It's an endless -
    bllng dlrty.wlilte stucco building martial on the barnJlke sound I men suggests a man committed future plans to raise money for task. For each mine dumpwe
    in unfashionable Harlem. stage occupying most of thE, to keeping his muscle-tone high BONN-Germany (APPres.Ident .' the support of our orphan. An cover with grass, others con- |
    f I The bulling Is home studio building's first floor. Marshall]I and his weight low in spite of Heinrich Luebke acceptedon open shuffleboard contest and a tinue to grow, as long as the extraction .
    tor CBS' "The Defenders," the was in his shirtsleeves, lounglniIn the sedentary and confining re Friday the resignation ol f 1 car wash were the main projects. of South Africa's golden|
    prizfewlnnlng courtroom series his second-floor dressing.: qulrements of his job. Hans Krueger as West German Next week there will be more wealth continues. Which it does
    now In Its third-and definitelynot room.It He is In the studio about 12 refugee minister. :jlscusslon and some definite are day and night
    last reason. hours a day-7 to 7-five days Krueger submitted his reslg. rangements made for these "At one time it waa suggested I
    About the only resemblance is a small room with I i a week. To help lick the actor's nation after Communist East events that we sell the sand to building
    between the series' principal scarcely enough room for the of
    ever.threatening spectre sur. Germany brought forth charges contractors But who wants 25
    characters and the actors who basic furnishings chair, cot, plus poundage Marshall usually that he had committed war Two frankly discussing million tons of sand, and that's
    play the starring roles Is the dressing table and mirror, plusa rides a bicycle to and from his crimes while serving as a Nazi a blind date on the telephone en. just one dump. We have 25.000 |
    fact that they share a secretary corner In which to his "
    hang mld-Manhattan apartment.E. official In occupied Poland dur. livened a New Jersey' radio eta.tion's others
    a Miss Lola Shumlln, a dark. clothes. It also contains a nu rn. G.-he positively absolute. ing World War IL Some of the older dumps do.
    haired young woman who as. ben of Roma designed to help ly refuses to reveal what the programming in a rerent .r-r"t" however contain a certain
    siMs In clerical matters, orders fill tedious hours between shots Initials stand for-had a long, CALL THE NEWS FOR tunspot! .Induced ('ommunlraMonsfr economic value Extractinguranium
    plane and train tickets, and also books, Including a number on extremely successful carter In RUBRFK STAMPS from them has become

    N big business.

    But the mountains of sand re,
    I main.
    Industrialist maintain that
    p delicate machinery be comet
    ruined by the drifting particles
    of sand. Health authorities ire
    concerned at the pollution>> off I
    water supplies and food manufacturers .
    are reluctant to build
    Vl
    .": ++ factories within miles of a mine
    dump lest their product become
    AMAZING VALUES-SENSATIONAL BUYSWE contaminated with a gritty und

    Consequent, the area sur-
    hl\lndinllhe mining towns become

    MUST REDUCE OUR STOCK-OUR LOSS IS YOURGAINREAL unsaleable Grassing the and great useless sandy inoun

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    lams around Johannesburg Is"naItrm a
    \ plan which will lake

    0 HURRY ON OUT. years"If to we complete Jon'l do something

    ... bout it now," explained Dr
    BARGAINS I Jetties, there'* every possibility
    tr'1 that Johannesburg and other gold
    i l"Q '
    ARC WAITING! The Selections Are Great! t mining themselves IOUIIN purliolly may one buried day under find

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    FOR YOURemember u num-m.ii.le demrl
    SANDY PROBLI 1 Afruan: workers caring: gaggles ,-- -
    this I. DM of Fort
    ALL seed of the dunes of crushed ore loll .
    Myen large furniture ktortx Modern Contemporary sow grass on one : SEE.
    our complete stork ls on sale after gold is extracted: !; another dune IK 11the : DUCK VAUDEVILLE

    at' dytobeylYoouRbegldyou! : 4-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE PICTURES ground It is hoped the grass will prevent the &: 'I&l'l
    drifting of sand which now covers: Johannesburg
    did! and
    TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED Double Dresser, Beveled Mirror other mining towns with a fine golden dust i jJ

    ON ANY PURCHASE Bookcase Bed and Drawer Chest SQO95 PLAQUES The hustling city of Johonncs A.L. James, director of the I
    RUC NOW SA\E burg known as the "Golden Chamber of Mines research lab
    Walnut or Sea Mist finish. Regular 29.95 1 City Is often obscured by or.lories. "but we believe we j Bring

    REDUCEDIALL drifting sand storms ss high have found.the solution by using .,.
    Your
    winds whip across the joldrmn- common grass.
    : ; E.: 4 pc. SECTIONAL ins sites.. Each morning the man-made ji Fr lends
    \ : The gold-bearing reef which deserts come alive with goggled u
    I extends southwards in sn arc African workers scattering grass 5et..,, '" T001
    oW"o sy nil a : ; t\\ NYLON FABRIC R.g. 15995 LAMPSon from Johannesburg for a distance aced over the barren nandvwastes ACaribbean
    t v l""aw of 130 miles has an estimated The areas are Reunified
    "' :(.\f> y y ; "" FOAM CUSHIONS 209.95
    off by two-fool-hlah reed fences I IGa'rdens
    'tom. P:tEst" 25,000 sand dumps many of them
    ", tst : ;;Iat. '" displayin containing up to 25 million tons which prevents the sand from
    yr of sand. drifting and gives the grass a
    !r t 7K..d' storeREDUCEDI "It's like living in a continuous: chance to germinate.Research ;
    HOLLYWOOD BEDS sand storm," commented Dr into the growth of
    I laid mine dumps began four
    .' years ago Four hundred different NAPLES j
    TWIN or FULL SIZE I IornpTefe I

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    -':" -. j;.-' ,. .. .. .". Mattress and matching Box 72.85 ,. ,
    'r" Springs, Plastic Covered Value displayin Parachute Out

    I Headboard and Set of Hard FRESNO, Calif. (AP-A B52

    I wood Legs. Mattress and Box storeREDUCEDI jet bomber, without bombs, .
    Springs made by' the makers crashed and exploded In a
    $4995 barley field In western Fresno
    I of the famous Air
    I Spring I County Friday night after Its T'c

    }, Mattress. crew of seven parachuted to ___ _
    safety.An .
    / eyewitness said the huge
    bomber appeared to glide be.
    tween two farm houses 100
    Co'' to FORM-FITa you in Beautiful Furniture For yards apart, clip a power line,
    i ram through an Irrigation canal The
    levee and explode.
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    The bomber was based at
    FLORIDA LIVING Castle Air Force Base near
    Merced, Calif., 70 miles northofthe Full Service
    rOI FAMILY OR RUMPUS ROOM PATIO POOLSIDE .....""'Wf' ....._ crash scene.
    \'. : ,: .. The crash occurred west of
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    -I 't''j ..t r} t 'fir I (dv, the small farming community of Commercial Bank
    ALLADIN'S NEW ; : .: San Fresno Joaquin, 23 miles southwestof

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    .\ SUN-DIAL tl 1 }(a t4 Maj. Earl A. Tucher was at
    iY ; .r the controls of the craft when a

    CHAIR 4 tall fire section.reportedly broke out In the With Trust Powers

    The crew balled out at an al.
    d tltude of 23,000 feet after Tucher
    circled the plane away from
    ;t
    +n San Joaquin *
    The men landed within a 20.
    $095 mile area and were picked up
    by Highway Patrol officers and
    sheriff's deputies.Col. .
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    = James Reardun, com.
    mander of the 93rd Bomber
    I (\ Wing at Castle, said none of the I Crowing with Naples ft Collier County since 1949
    { crew was seriously hurt.
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    MIAMI (AP) Police said FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
    WI..t 1416UARANTID Generously proportioned...yet light i-it \ .- Delmar Davis 50 hospitalizedwith
    l TEARS soil airy -and to strong Virtually stab wound, reached in his
    and ru.tit-lt special formula plunk pocket and gave $1 to the man
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    and fadeprouf color .s clean .. .'. who stabbed him. Time And
    with soapy water Matching color ru trroufedhfst)'steel frame. ,'0.' ,t1' ..- ... '.I The money, police said. was
    rit .
    Non.marring glide.Enjoy AlUdm's f jrnnut 'orm.fit"comfort, .....F e" .... . 0 _, __._.._ ..I I taa for D'\'I" assailant to take a Temperature Sign
    anywhere. Ute in family or rumpu room IVr'rct for pats or cab home. So charges were filed.
    pooliide-won'I trap_*trr. ,Mat. cool tnj comfortable in lun An argument followed a session I
    t or ihtdc.Choot*from four cheery mis-or.match detorator{olo.... THE CAMARGO GROUP PICKS REED of drinking police said.

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    The steppedip pate of pro. elite pieces of legislation.In Sunday, February 9, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS SB
    Clothes Care Auto Boom Rolling In duct Ion continued during the a special message to Con.
    week with an estimated outputof grass, Johnson said 11. Approve Pay bills
    I 167,800 cars This was up 4 "For far too long the consumer School AgendaThe 12. Adjourn for lunch.
    per cent from the 161,407 assem. has had too little voice and
    Try Diva's TipsBy Hiah. Foils PredictionsNEW bled the. previous week and 9 too little weight In government" agenda for Monday"1 10 Special meeting agenda, U3C
    .. per cent from the 153,981 a year With a surge In December a.m. School Board meeting has p.m.
    I ;1"-W consumers Increased their In. been announced as followSI! 1. Review and discussion ol
    JEAN SPRAIN WILSON I YORK (A1; The auto. cars, compared Wl'Ji 302,440 a ago.The steel! industry moved stajlment debt In 1963 to 1. Minutes. the recent comprehensive school
    AP Fashion Writer mobile boom keeps rolling along year earlier ahead hand in hand with the automoblle J 33,74 3,000OOO.The expansion In 2. Correspondence survey report.
    _NEW,_u _YORK In high gear. Ford Motor Co. also hit a Jan. industry, its biggest 1963 exceeded the previous rec. 3. Pupil Assignment 2. Adjourn.
    (\Puhen Blanche Thebom finishes The Industry contradicted pre uary peak, us dealers selling customer. Steel production during ord set in 1959.Consumer 4. Budget Amendment
    ; describing the various steps she takes to keep her dictions that sales would flatten 150.204 cars against 138,152 in the week posted in fifth installment debt In 5. Appointments and Resigna TUB WRUNG ANOLHOREBNE'LU
    wardrobe in top January 1963. consecutive weekly rlsfl. Mills December rose $460 million up lions
    t condition you wonder how the willowy, out In Januar
    !, Tenn. (AP)
    'I green-eyed Metropolitan The performance heightened Chrysler, with a 13,4 per cent poured 2,217,000 tons of Ingots, from the $383 million increasein 6. Approve school calendarfor
    opera itar has time to sing.. Less than two hours after
    Yet it expectations that 1964 will be a Increase our a year ago enjoyed an Increase of one-fifth of 1 per November In all of 1963 the 1964.65 school year,
    is because concert tours opera and television good business year as a whole. its best January since cent over the previous eek. total climbed $3,711,000,000, 7. Report committee regard paying a 110 fine and 111.75
    appearances consume so many of Automakers sold 565,508 pas. 1937. Steel demand continued to against a$4,506,000,000 increaseIn log easement for Florida Power court costs for fishing without
    her precious hours that Miss senger cars In January up 4 per American Motors reported the surge ahead of expectations bj 1962. 4 Light Company. a licence Tov C. N.Jar was
    Thebom is so meticulous. and allows it to hang straight cent over the 543,600 deliveredIn best January sales in three mills. Producers said bookingsare New orders receded by factories 8. Consider purchasing additional arrested al.in for the same of
    "I( can't
    ' afford to be care without folding. She has disciplined January 1963. years Dealers sold 32,163 new climbing or at least holding rose slightly in December land joining Naples lenxr
    less, she says "My clothes herself into buttoning up This gave them I fast start cars, compared with 31,970 a strong. from November. This key indicator Senior High School. This time the judge fined him
    have to last because" I just don't the jacket and sipping up the toward what many expect to bo year earlier. President Johnson came to the of future business avan'el11 9. Report of committee regarding (10 but suspended the court
    have time to shop tippers. the third 7.mllllon.plus car year Production In January set a aid of the consumers when he percent to$33,272,000,. proper dress of students 01" because of the amount of
    Whether your reason for keep- in a row. new high for the month of asked Congress for new laws to 000, from $34,953,000,000. attending the various schools tines N.iftr ha* paid during the
    ing garments in action a long SHOES General Motors Corp., the No. 744,648 cars. This exceeded the protect them against phon 10. Naples Junior High School pmt two yrara
    time is a shortage of time or Naturally, tidy Miss Thebom 1 producer had its best JanuaryIn old January peak of 688,770 set packaging and disguised Interest Drive Car..rullnd Live facilities report by Mr.McBryde, Coat of a Tennessee fishing
    some money of, her you trick may. benefit from does not wait for lifts to be history with sales of 310,240 In 1960. charges. !He endorsed nine spe architect license is I).

    noticeably run down before replacing -
    SUITS them. And it follows thai I

    These make up a major portionof she keep each pair on shoetree
    her daytime wardrobe "I pay *.
    good money for them," she says When her shoes are slightlywet ,
    "but that's not extravagant when she Inserts shoe trees and '. :>
    lays them their side thai .
    you consider I don't buy one on so
    very often. I choose classic the exposed soles can dry more ,,
    styles and,with systematic care, quickly when they are soaking, i
    they accumulate in my closet." she stuffs them loosely with : : them an
    wads of tissue paper to maintain -
    Keeping the shape of the suit l
    is the secret to its longevity the the dampness shape and Inside absorb some of
    .she says Therefore she never
    And Miss Thebom never, never
    carelessly drops her jacket overa
    tries to hasten the drying process
    chair or a bed for a minute
    while still warm from her body by exposing them to direct '
    heat. The heat reduces the crisp- heat. I

    ness of the stiffened inner lining. RAINCOATS behin.dLcIlnce
    She buys special suit-hangers
    Speaking of inclement weather, !
    shaped to simulate the feminine
    Miss Thebom runs from i I' to the
    shoulder contout and an attached
    \
    nearest hanger places her coat .
    clamp bar. The bar grips the
    on a shower rail, turns the hot
    skirt firmly at the waist band
    water on, and shuts it up in the
    steamy bathroom for 15 minutes,
    By the time the coat is thoroughly miracleS'
    dry, the crease from
    sitting in it have disappeared.
    However the busy lady makes
    certain the coat I I. free of dirt
    smudges that could streak before
    she subjects it to steam

    r KNIT GARMENTS
    Because these' are lightweight
    and easily packed, the peripatetic .
    diva has many, stored in
    \ ; labeled dress boxes large enough
    to be folded only at the waist
    line and Hacked on her closet
    shelf. Hanging them up, they
    grow steadily longer that way.
    Sweater. are stored in transparent
    bags in her dresser drawer.

    FURS
    Yet Miss Thebom deplores
    plastic coverings. for fur of any
    ,. size or degree of luxury because
    they flatten the hair. She has ''
    BLANCHE THEBOM invested in special fur hanger +
    designed to keep jacket and at
    YOUR stoles in shape, and to prevent
    PHARMACISTSPEAKS rubbing at the necklines. : Fr i iV'

    SCARVESLike o# r,
    o a model, her accessoriei vyrA 'k t
    are always ready She keep heiiry r e,
    1
    "" -In |>( JCBfvf* unfolded oVer the
    crossbar of a hanger and other
    r McLAIN rolled cylinder-like between lay l
    t ,q era of tissue over a mailing tub
    +, e in her dresser drawer. Both ways 4
    eliminate folding lines.
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    Good news for coiuul
    Episcopal Church
    sire nibblers Is the think

    log among some dietary Announces Lenten
    expert that attacking sis:
    to ten times a day has Service ScheduleLent

    certain health advantages which begins on Ash

    even though the same kind Wednesday, February 12, and
    and amount of food is continues through the 40 days .-

    taken.It before Easter, excluding Sun-
    seems that stocking days will be observed at theTrinitybytheCove

    up the body with copious :: Episcopal

    amounts of food causes it Church with special services $73r
    to handle normal foods las throughout the period.On .

    n abnormal manner. Ash Wednesday penitential -
    Tests performed both with office and Holy Communion e r

    human and animal subjects will be celebrated at 8 and ,

    disclosed that twoor 9:30: a.m. Each following Wed-
    three large meals daily nesday during Lent a serviceof + 4

    produced twice the amountof Holy Communion will be cel-

    fat and seven times as ebrated at 9:30 aju.i a cover-

    much hardening of the arteries. ed dish supper at 6:30: pjn.j I
    Even protein turn and a service of evening prayer -
    ed to fat when taken in conducted at 7:30 o'clock.

    Urge quantity as compared There will be music at these
    to a bit at a time.
    latter services and a sermon
    Whether you're a nib- series by the rector, the Rev.
    bler or a three squares a Richard T. Lambert.
    day advocate, ,0u'lIlk.\ .
    Everyone Is Invited to attend
    the quick courteous service
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    t BT DAVID LYON trig ,start suffered second' It was 33-29 after three periods -- ted too many fouls for fas own*

    VENICE -- Heads VdefeoslTe quarter letdown recovered lathe and the Eagles put the good and dropped S3-60 SPORTS
    High third period sad blew the by scoring 10pointsin decision to the
    play by Naples game away Venice riser Immokalee Indians
    I School's basketball warn paid game open la the fourth. Clark a row la the first three ves. Venice showed II was a

    off Friday night wldi s Cl3 and Buzz Bersoa each scored minutes of the last quarter. better: team than its 3-11 record . . . . . . . . .
    I triumph oer me Venice Indians two baskets as the Eagles took Bowen hit on a rebound,then paIn ; Indicates Tbe Eagles of
    before a small crowd uVesta. a 15-7 lead after one quarter a free throw. Morton made Coach Jerry Howell were out Tomahawk CowbovsImmokalee's
    r David Pease put in a u- two fool shots, cashed la ona pointed at the free throw line 6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February t, 1t4
    Except for a second-quarter footer then scored on the f row three-point play then drop- by eight points. M
    lapse, Naples threw a blanket end of s fast break to make ped in a long shot from beyond Venice: overcame a six-point Indians avengedtwo five only sparingly. h was

    over the host team which was It 19.7arlylnUtesecandquar- 25 feet to raise the score: Naples halftime Iud and seized the hands earlier-season defeats at Everglades' sixth victory Every Third Gold Medal
    Bowen made of La&eQe' by knockIng -
    the
    forced to shoot from outside ter. steal to to 4929.. a three-point advantage with against one lass league play
    under continual pressure. Asa set up the fast break, passing a minute and a half to off the Cowboys, 63-.'. In and the team row Is 16-6 pending -
    Venice to Morton who passed to Pease Naples twice go. an Everglades Conference tussle a Saturday game at Lee.
    result bit on only VENICE FRUSTRATED came within
    andemeadi In a nice: of one Friday night. The dropped their 11th Goina To Russian Team
    14 out of M field goal attempts teamwork. display Venice got a free throw but point but Venice stayed on top. It was LaDd he's homecoming Jayvees without
    while losing their 13th game Bowen and Morton came back Martin Satava was the best play but Immokalee did the celebrating game victory. -
    against only two victories. COME for more. Bowen scored on er on the floor moving well by winning the MB" Jim Collins who scored only INNSBRUCK Austria (AP>- 'the Winter Olympics. The Rus.atans .
    For Naples b was victory APART a drive then StOle the baH and and scoring 23 Venice points. team game and the girl's contest four points in an previous games Every third time a gold medal j did not win a gold medal:!
    ousriber etc as apposed to six fed Morton for two potau. Naples Frank Townsend led Naples too. The racked up 21 Friday. Link was passed out at the ninth j in the Winter Games until 1856.
    losses. The Eagles played Fort Then the Eagles came farther added to Its Iud with IS points, followed by Tom solidified the varsity victory Pete Weeks who bad a total Winter Olympic Games, It went Then they won six. They took
    Myers at home Saturday right unglued. throwing the ball awaya with free throws. Venice miss Bernard and Randy Harris 11 third in Indians' grip on ti only 21 previously exceeded to a Russian. 'seven more at Squaw Valley in
    place the
    half-dozen 1mmok.alec. U80-
    league
    and win meet North Fory My times and allow ed Its first 10 shots in the las each. Mike Weeks and Ed Stone r that with 23 for the Gators. It was a tremendous perform.
    ire Venice to score: some cheap: which lost by 14 points( ute that brought the Soviet They captured their 10th gold
    ers on Tuesday night in the quarter and made only four out four each Al Hackney and Paul Wlllard Wooten had 15. first-
    points. The IndUns wim- at Naples on Tuesday, has a 5- Caloo the unofficial team title medal here Friday, making .t
    Fort Myers Junior crept of 32 in the second Felsch two each Charlie Goff 12. Daiti ]
    High gym attempts and Brad 3 stringer 'Impossible for
    % In two points of Naples but league record and 5-' overall la tie games that formally any other coun.
    nasium. Clark scored buckets half. Dnkekss one. Naples record canon 10. Daory Smith and end y. halftime two near Typifying: Venice's frustration now Is 85.NAPLES Lamar Pollock led the Indians Junior Ba3ard eight c.kh.Jack ft also showed Increasing al' count in the remaining com.
    to
    25-
    give Naples a
    BIG MARGIN 21 Intermission was high-scoring guard FC FT TP with 17 points at LaBelle. Darts six.Idea Ptckeronan five.aad presets la winter sports for 1 petitions.The .
    The 25-polM victory margin and Walter Ritchie lead Berson Bruce Byrd. He made only P..... -2-$ 14 Harley Thomas had 12, Butch Hughes brought tp Rt.ssta. a relative newcomer to latest Soviet gold came In
    Friday was Naples' biggest In these : set upClarkfor one out of 11 shots from the Bowen -3-4 '-10 12 Julian Williams 11. Bill Driver the rear with four patois the ladles' ISJtiiometer cross
    two ye -5-10 U 1. 10.Jerry RuUedge eight Larry Everglades wa host rebounding Clay Keeps Up arsklkn
    things going right who
    son credited the Eagles with a got points for the game far below previously had
    for the Eagles In the ih1rcf good team effort to the his 15-point Naples
    produce average. JUteUe 1-4 04 S each. Steve Stinnett had 18 league contest Tuesday 10-kilometer races led
    ter, meshing a 25-footer. PsychologicalWar the Rus. I
    convincing trton>ph. Defensive Ritchie then took Us first shot knew of his accocpUshments Mortal ......M .-l U points for LaBelle.Everglades'Cators. night. The Motors won aa earlier stan relay team to victory win. .
    standouts Included and watched him
    Bill Morton.* of the night a 20-footer and it pretty wellWtbaader lock -.9-1 ..* 0 held down mewing by sit points at nine her third gold medal.
    who hounded the Indians outside was right on target to make It Bob Harrison got TOTALS 20-0 zt-12 Cl the score as best they could, Immokaee.Punta On Liston Other members of the Russian )
    shooters and Steve Clark 25 shots and ended
    away up but relay team were Alevtlna Kol.
    still
    :2921. Venice never came closer VENICE FC FT TP obtained a 112-23 triumph Gorda's roQer-coas-
    and Ma ny Bowen who held Venke with It PO U.. MIAMI, BEACH FU. (AP- china and Eudokla Mekshtlo.
    than six after thaH Uodtmf _0-fl 0-1 0 over the out-classed Fort ter Tarpons were haWed la
    center Sam Morgan without points The Eagles posted their best by Cassias Clay, boxer, poet, tick..seller Their time was !59:20.2.I
    point., The IndUns tried press defense shooting percentages cube year Sikora _4.16 2-4 10 Myers Jayvees Nan Everglades Kentucky f Military. 72-70, at recording artist and In other gold medal events
    The box score showed the at times against Naples Friday night toning> 40.8 percent More** -0-4 0 Conference game on the Gator Punta Coma Friday.. A nil prophet says be will appear be. 1 Frldayt
    iI team effort on offense as four but the Eagles did a link back- from the floor and 6U HarriaoB _'.15 2-3 1< court. full-court press wore down the fore tie Snrfstte city Council Canada's first top award
    Eagles made double figures for court work on defense themselves from the foul line. Naples again Brrd -111 4-. 6 Coach Phil Larson employedhis Tarpons who were sitting on Tuesday eight and plead tor came in a surprising victory In
    and It paid off with Naples aJqo1J 0-1 4 second..,rir1gers for most a lead Ute in the fourth quar permission to picket the train. I 1 1l&g the four-man bobsled competl.!
    the second
    straight &me.Clark stayed out of foul trouble,corn-
    g of three quarters,using his first ter. halls of beavyveigtit! cham. I ion by Vic Emery's crew
    making some Interceptions.
    Derrae
    again paced Naples In the Important Venice abandoned the mining only 13 personals compared -0-1 0-1 0 pin Sonny Liston. .Their time of 4:14.46 left Au.
    bat k for rebounds. press to 20 by Venice. Greco --0-1 0-0 0 Clay made the decision FrU :stria's i Erwin Thaler In second
    The Eagles got off to a fly when si red It results.failed achieve the de- Naples' MB" team cccamb-: Hawks ...........A-1 0.0 0 day, when Wiley B. Barefoot 1 j place and Italy's favored Euge.
    TOTALS 14-A4 *-!v M Junior High Sweeps police chief of Surf side, refused I nio Monti In tMrd plica-
    to admit Clay an4 Ms -:yes to I aListoa's nd talking about retiring. Thaler' .
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    camp I I total time for the four run
    They tad made the trip in a was 4:15.48. Monti's was 4IS.8J.
    Two From Lemon Say bus plastered with signs that Jonuy MIsson: of Sweden tt't; :'
    sal$ 1 umpired in the men's 10tOD.me.ley .
    It Liston keeps up this live, t I speed skating with a time
    Naples Junior Hlgh'a basket. I I 3-2 lees Tfce Factivers tort ('m cutting It to fire" of 15:50.1.: Two Norwegla L
    9t
    "u.'ll 'g."il1d 911 ball teams swept a doubleheader I over la tie second quarter "Bear season opens Feb. 25." |trailed Fred Anton Mater In
    from Lemon Bar <* Englewood pohere sting a 12.7 margin at the And aa usual, "Cassius Clay, 16:M.) and Knut Jobomasen In
    Friday night fcy convincing half.I Napier scored M points f m the greatest." 16:06.3. It was revenge for Nils.
    margins. I to DOM bv Lemon Bay la the Five is a reference to the I i son and Sweden. Johannesentwo
    Coach Bill Marshall's fresfw I Uvlrd quarter, std Bright na number of rounds clay says it f: days ago led a Norwegian
    < men won their second straight i la his Mcoaistrtoferi In the will take him to whip Listen in i sweep of the 5,000-meter race.
    :he game and Improved their record I fourth period.Jerry the heavyweight title match on Russia's 10th gold medal also '
    vertuF to 4.7 by taking car of Lemon Davis accounted for Fib. iS. tied: the Winter Olympics gold
    Bay.' 4749. The 7.4 trade tam I more than halt of Naples' points Clay calls this activity part count between it and the United'
    of Coach Keith Bright took a I trJ2J8 J scoring seven baskets and of psychological warfare, ac States at 23 each. The United, ,
    decision from their Engle I three out of four foul shots. cording to his press agents. States won Its medals over the
    wood counterparts. Mike Sharp added eight points, They' contend It is working. For past 40 years taking only one
    The freshmen rave three Fernando Rivcro five, and Car instance, the publicity men said t here.:
    games remaining and it la the I lot I Alfonso two. Top>> scorersfor that Liston was Irritated by Norway still Is the alUlme
    p team's goal to win all three to the Ceagrapes were John Clay's trip Friday and look Winter Olympics gold medal
    end up with a 7.7 season. Their ,Ecafcory with aoven pdats aad sloppy while sparring with Leo. winner-with 37-including two
    nest contest is against Erer. Bob Hampton six. Us Martin. 1 In these games
    glades' "B" team February nat
    Everglades. Tie 7.. gradersgo

    effort to to Alva win next their Friday jilfU in game aa !, BUY THE FIRST TIRE AT OUNO TRADE-IN" PRICEI

    In 10 starts. t WI I I I 1 ti ( i I I
    Scoring w.lll.4 every quarter,
    the freshmen attained a 14.7 ad.

    vantage alter the first period G Jt"the 2nd'iire l"
    and the Panthers' lead steadily
    time.widened. It was 27-10 at ball.

    Jeff Johnson and SteT Steele
    led the way' for Naples with 13
    and It points respectively. Mark:
    Finger added eight John Dahlia
    : six, John Craig four, and Jerry 0- 0
    Morgan and Jerry Hanna two
    each. Leading the losers were
    Stanley Darns with seven points
    and Bill Harris with fire.
    .-. .- ..,.. ., s Naples 7-8 grade team was 44
    T stow to Mart, as usual, and
    ?"" alter one period the visitors had
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    Schoonmaker Wins I

    Bacardi Cup Race

    t r.. :; L : For Second Time

    [.. ,- MIAMI (AP)-Jame* 6cboon.mak.r .
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    Ire skipper woo his second Ba
    careD Cup Friday by finishing _
    with two firsts, two seconds and
    a ninth in five star class races. .riL

    The Moorings Country Club offers a comdelicious breakfasts, luncheons and dinners Cchoonmaker, who last won
    UM cup In Havana In 1951, gath.
    ;.,; plete pro shop operated by host professional from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Modest green foot ered 100 points for the champi.

    Bill McDevitt. and a restaurant serving and electric cart fees. Guests.. welcome. onshlp. NYLONAIRE
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    By FRANK H. ECK But for most veteran players,
    AP Newst.otures Sport Editor trying to keep their big league

    There must be something to Jobs, and for the rookies seeking I1 IN'FJ.ORID I
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    this bit called spring training for to make the big Jump to stardom, jNCAL fa + I j

    baseball players or else why spring training Is work. I DSTKO/T
    would old gaffers such as Casey 1 : % ,rt'1! r
    Where preseason training In
    Stengel, Stan Musial, Joe Dl- football finds overweight boys I _
    Magglo and Ted Williams
    put on
    running in faded or outmoded ,
    sweat shirts and flannel uniformsand
    sweatshirts, the major league HOUSTON
    go out In the broiling sun ,.,fNt,} ,i.ltell4;
    baseball I
    trainee must look the: af Cocoa
    at the tallend of winter. v'' rry
    "It's a Job part. [nJ'ANG1"lfs'allJ'IOV
    you may hear the
    Baseball players! are more In 011 sww ,.wr1
    uniformed whisper. But that's Tcottrdair ? .
    demand on the winter banquet I .
    not even half the story Actual.ly .
    circuit than are football men and A' "
    spring training Is a lark for ,'
    this forces some diamond athletes -
    those who no longer must run to CMCA60gt : .
    to train Indoors before "
    of AMfcW {
    get their legs In shape or to rid I tfttaCUVCUND ,, 1 A&Ffy&MM t,
    reporting to In Florida
    ramps ,
    themselves of winter blubber ? l ace, NSIVWTKWHERE S'
    Arizona and California 4 :
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    Stengel is pushing 74 and while ft Tucson )flINJIIIIH'h! "

    he Is the marvel of the sport he And 162 baseball games, plus a *t / +a,,sta: # OAf TI "/S _

    also has the toughest ]Job. He exhibitions and squad games, Isa at'1ff,1NCWIATI

    manages the Mets, described by long haul : /

    most members of the writing There will\ be more than 900 .. oIM'"IW

    clan as "baseball's lostngest athletes In major league camps l/h PHIL AtJELPH/ ly r1 rl

    team." this spring Many will work out ill(,14IV ...,.w-

    Yet, Casey will be the first to five hours a day, with only a ':W'4- NEW YORK

    admit that Just being part of this snick for lunch And when the sr louts "ORCHIDS TO YOUIIir says Connie living orchid plant being awarded for

    young man's game keeps him exhibition games begin on Satur ,. 'b t7f g Arkvttdrrh Workinger (right) "Straight.A" Student the most interesting question about

    young day March 14 those not scheduled ; i t ''o 1 y y f "a A4NJ'AJ'C/tl' Ellen Whitsitt shown trying on a Msl- the school submitted for answering at
    s' Baseball Is his fountain of to plav will Continue to workout If Msw.wAsv I tonla for size at the Orchid House at the PTSA meeting Tuesday, February
    youth. But the National 1 league .
    ,' %5 CII/CAt) Caribbean Gardens. Orchids are the 11 fh Winner must be present to re
    refuses to let him drink from !Iti Baseball-wise, Florida will be
    a t ,fig .I'doroteMaTiJNAL "order of the day" at Naples Senior ceive the prize.
    i It wants him to put together a busier than ever this spring ,
    winning team the hard way-with The Houston Colt 45s, after ; L 4GOL' a PIITJeURsN4l1A'eAN1u4Gu8 High School Every student Is hopinghis (Photo by Joel Kuperberg)

    little proven talent training In Arizona their first ,7f n M..s or her parent will win the exotic:

    Stan Musial retired as a play. two years of existence, will set
    Everyone Head The NEWS It To Advertise
    Pays
    CALL THE NT\\S FOR
    er after 22 great seasons with _
    up ramp at Cocoa Fla. Westerners y-
    20 LEAGUE TEAMS WILL TRAIN THIS SPRING I
    STAMPS
    MAJOR KUKUrit r.bruar- NEWSn
    the St Louis Cardinals Some of for years have insisted Suiulav. 9. 1861COLLIER COUNT

    his hitting and longevity records the trend will swing west but '.

    will never be matrhed. Hut at Florida !still has the best facilities
    Hicks Pender
    41: he's still around, and In uniform a

    As a vice president of the

    club he will give hitting Inslruo. Texas Makes Give Boost To .

    lion to the younger Red Birds at |

    st. Petersburg Olympic Hopes
    DiMagglo could have remainedin

    baseball after 1911, but he Coach Royal PHILADELPHIA (AP) A
    retired. He ioulJ have t.laJe, ouple:: of u.s. Army swlftles

    another $100,000. That was his who equalled Olympic cham.
    )ion marks and a one.tlme Ma.
    IIy4
    value In drawing power to the Full Prof tine have given a new boost to
    New York Yankees. But he was lossomlng American Olympic A
    too proud to rarry a .261: tat AUSTIN, Tex. (AP- arrell hopes. i
    ting average-his 1951 mark-Into Royal, college football's coach Army enlisted men Roy Hicks
    a new season. of the year in 1963 when he and Mel Pender, escaping at
    Of 13 playing seasons there guided the University of Texas 1,east briefly from the shadows
    to the national championship, o.f Hayes Jones and Bob Hayes,
    were only two In which DIMaggio has donned professor's robes, at lashed to meet record-equalling I '
    hit beneath 100: The second such least in theory. victories, In the Philadelphia In. Zoned to the highest residential

    season at age 37 was ton murh. University regents Friday con. q( Games Friday and La \
    code of Collier
    Yet, he will be bark this springto ferred the title of full professor Salle's:. John Uelses soared ut.q. J 7 1- ) County
    for life on Royal and raised his rain, Into the 16-foot stratus.
    roach young Yankee hitters for salary $4,000 a year to $24,000. Uelaes, who became the first Is Just Right For Florida Living .
    the fourth straight time. This was the first time such1 ever to pole vault 16 feet
    Ted Williams now 45, would action has been taken at the1 he was competing for the aiutlam' and near to everything you desire.

    rather bone fish in the Florida university. I Juanttco; Marines, set a meet
    Keys where he has a modest. Royal, 39, will remain as ath. record of 16.1 In something oft
    letic director and head football i
    comeback before
    personal
    : a
    home. But when the Red Sox put
    coach at the school, the state's sellout Convention Hall crowd of
    In the rail from Scottsdale, largest, with an enrollment of 1 0,650. I
    *Ariz., to tell 1andlome.Te4 they about 20000. It' was the first vaulting] .!+*.. t 9 1 i dt al* a i !nuU wi k +/ i II
    I have a hot hJw! prospect witha Only.,.n&w professors on the t empt since he suffered minor r tintDistinctively W" 1 ?

    flaw In his swing, Williamswill campus make more money than nuscle tear while competing In i;
    Royal will be receiving Toronto two weeks ago. At theme
    taster than bird
    move any Royal's boost in pay and ad. tl there was no Indication
    dog flushing a covey of quail. ditlonal title, which did not car. h ow long he might be out.
    Warren Spahn is another old ry with it a teaching assign. Uelses floated over 16.1 on ;i New Concept of Modern Country Club Living

    gaffer but to him getting In shapeIs ment, obviously were the h Is first try and, along with VII.anoYl'S .
    school's of rewarding him. I h Rolando
    way Cruz, orderedhe
    a business. And where at the ,
    Texas won the national cham. ttpionshlp bar lined to an American
    t
    age of 43 ran a fellow earn and he later removed ir door record, 165 r as -Vyyy, 1'lo,
    $83,000 a year for throwing a himself from consideration for Cruz, who cleared 16.1 on his
    baseball every fourth or fifth the Oklahoma coaching job si,econd try and took second
    day when Bud Wilkinson quit to en. when It was all over, missed
    ter politics. U hree times at the record height rr 8e N
    You will eventually see Spahn
    Regent chairman W.W. Heath lelses, however, skipped his '"
    as a big league manager but had promised Royal "more than fl rat two vaults at that height, F
    that day won't come until Spahnle vocal appreciation" after the t len brushed off the bar on his
    no longer ran tool the htt'ers I highly successful coach halted tie attempt.
    rumors he would resign at Tex. Both surpassed Cruz' old
    last his 13th:
    year was seasonIn
    as and replace Wilkinson at Ok. m set record of 18.0'one' of ._ 1- l rTr ''y tIh t "I
    is
    i
    the 20-game winning class o \
    lahoma, where Royal was a our meet marks wiped out.
    He Is the Musial of the pitchers ,i quarterback In the late 1940s. The others Included Pat Tray. i s oaws ..trf
    for his efforts and durability. He His 1963 team, winning 10 and n or of the Delaware A.A. In an

    may never have been equaled In losing none in the regular cea 8:52.8 two.mlle run, Charley'ays "
    pitching success son then defeating second. M of New York In a 49.7 1'a r q y ? r ee i tie { .. ale eSIVC _: -' ?"- ""-' ,
    ranked Navy 28-6 in the Cotton 4'40-yard dash and a 7:33.2 two. 4"e v 'iwe ti
    All of these men from Stengel Bowl, was the finest of a sue. m lie relay by Seton Hall. Ir u e+ q- tauu tae e t
    to Spahn are successful! In the cession of solid teams. Two of the marks with the

    off.season All except Joe Di. reatect Olympic potential,
    gh
    Magglo He tired of traveling ENGLISH RIDER HERE owever, could have been the
    H1ALI". Ha, (AP)- Enli.h m set record-equalllng times of
    and takes things easy. However, jockey Frank Purr hope to da 9.2 by Pender In the 50.yard
    all could be In a year-round better tiding at the IlinUah meet dash and the 6 flat 50-yard high
    business but they got their startIn Ins than' last year's effort: by h urdlei by Hicks.
    baseball and wouldn't part with famed I Lessor Piggoll Pig got t
    rode only two winner here last .,
    the connection for love or money < UDDER STAMPS-MI 2.2107

    year beautiful Country Club is already built, and In play

    especially designed for the area of pines and cypress.

    A Individual lockers, showers and a Pro Shop which can

    F R E E. supply you with electric or pull carts, await your

    pleasure. The championship golf course is 6,690 yards

    long. A small re.tauranlln the Club House serves light

    -w. 1'l meals and snacks. There I is also a delightful bar overlooking -

    the lushly landscaped tees and fairways of the

    L .- Wl_ T I course. A country club type swimming pool is being

    1" + added to this ultra modern recreation center
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    \ l Designed for the golfer, Big Cypress Golf and Country Club

    .,,. ); Estates will offer over 300 homesites and a limited amount
    J*" is being placed on the market this season Roads are paved,

    excellent water hat been piped to your lot line, homes are

    about to be built, homesltes/ are available Secure your

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    COLLIER COUNTY :Sunday.; February 9. 196<'Camels: Being Raised in Europe U. S. Parochial Turncoat Gets PUBLIC NOTICE ..


    Attempt To ted around her neck. She late School Aid Gets Probation In THE COUNTY LEGAL NOTICEIN JUDGE'S COURTIN

    was reported In satisfactory con.. _
    AND FOR
    High School Girl dition at a hospital. Protestant Help Assault Case COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN
    PROBATE
    There have been 11 unsolved: AKRON, Ohio (AP) Lowell No. 773
    Not SuccessfulMALDEN strangling of women In easter COLUMBUS Ohio (AP -Fed. D. Skinner, Korean War turn IN RE:

    Mass. (AP)- not.'S Massachusetts In the past 2(Q eral aid to parochial schools, coat back In the United States HARTSELL ESTATE OF DECEASEDTO FRANCIS C

    lid an attempt apparently months. Knotted nylon stock. opposed by Protestant leaders after a long stay In Red China, ALL CREDITORS AND ALL

    made Friday night to Ings were used In many of the for decades, has received sup. has been placed on two years' OEMANDS PERSONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR: .
    a 16.year.olc high school slaylngs. port on a limited basis from probation for assault with a :
    more. The girl\, Georgia delegates representing more You and each of you are hereby
    deadly weapon.
    collapsed In the doorway ( Comets'" probably art CI'II'IPP'C' than 40 million church members Skinner, 32, was arrested in claims notified and and demands required I :which:"you.any or

    home where she had ,11 the lies'" ol' watermeihanc and outside Roman Catholicism December, a few months after either Estate of of you.FRANCIS may have C. HARTSELL asalnst the

    help.Two umrmn lalith a sprinkling of The National Council of his return, for firing a pistol at Deceased to the Honorable Richard
    nylon stockings were vpni i- dual' M. Judge of Collier I
    .. Churches' conference on church two teen.agers.RUBBER County, Florida; and file tho same
    and state, attended by representatives m his office In the County Courthouse .
    INSTRUCTION of 24 Protestant and STAMPS-Ml 2-2107 In East Naples Collier County
    PIANO Florida within >ii (t) calendar
    '+ Orthodox churches In the United months from the date. of the first
    (.rtlrttd Member, MINA I UMTNAKofinpr 14.6 .aar States, went on record FridayIn PUBLIC NOTICEADVERTISEMENT publication hereof Said claims or.
    to College I'rep.ntoryflowntnwn demands to contain the lesal address
    1 favor of a limited federalaid of tho claimant and to be
    Studio Mts for church.alded : FOR BIDS sworn to and presented as aforesaid .
    L, ,,,. .. Ann Welmer Phone MI 2.3197 program eeled, bds! will be received by) along with $1 I 00 for filing, of
    schools. the Collier County Board ol Public claim or same will be berred
    Instruction at their office In the ALICE HARTSELL
    The action, not binding on the Collier County Court Houss Naples. Executrix
    r parent organization, came In Florida until, 1:10: P.M Eastern. WALTER G SOROKOTY
    tL Standard Time March t, 1964 *
    BUYING A HOME? of week. on Attorney for the Estate o
    concluding: sessions a for the construction of a swage Francis C. Hartsell deceaaad
    long conference.The treatment plant at the Sea Gate 171 Sth Avenue South
    Elementary School on Sea Gate Naples. .Florida
    ..
    See your favorite realtor then M7 a p: L e more than 200 churchmen Drive., North of Naples. Florida Jan II It.; Fab I. I. KM g(9S
    1 Sealed Proposals" will be publicly
    HARRY L. MILLERat attending limited their supportto opened and read aloud at the above NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    specific: health and welfare stated time REGISTER .FICTITIOUS NAME

    .... .., -.- .. 4 programs In primary and sec. and Any date.bid specified received, will after not the b. time considered ., Oily The that undersigned we ,are conducting does hereby a cer Dry
    schools. bach bid must b. accompanied
    NLAND ondary Florida
    business at Naples
    I 343 Fifth Ave. S. CHILDREN meet two of the dromedaries which are kept in an enclosure at the The Protestant clergymen and bid bond In by an a certified amount check equal or to under Cleaning' CLEANERS the fictitious and name that said of JERRY firm:

    M ORTCiAbLCOMPANY former Royal Horse Ranch of San Ron ore, Italy, now a national park. The lay leaders rejected by a narrow The five, percent successful(]%)Bidder of the shall base bid.furnish is composed S of the following persons

    Tel. 1\11 2-2700 camels are repeating! a previous experiment when dromedaries were imported margin a proposed amendmentto a Performance Bond equal' to dances whose names are as and follows places: of rasi
    one hundred percent (100%) of the
    of such
    from North Africa multiplied and were used for hauling wood. limit their support bate bid.Plans GERALD Royal B. FYKE Palm Or.
    federal 1140
    federal aid to "existing and Spacficatione! mWI.on be
    '- PISA Italy (AP) Italy Is dromedaries were imported from In prewar days tne camels of programs." .> mined at the offices of :/ R SHIRLEY 1140 Royal: J. Palm FYKE Dr.

    making a so-far successful sec North Africa and turned looseon San Roasore were uaed as work Fifth Avenue and Atsociotes South Naples' Inc. .Florida US' Ownership of JERRY'S CLEAN
    ond try at railing desert sand the IO.OOO-aere Royal Horse animals on the estate, and hauled In a noisy debate prior to A set of documents may be ob ERS la as follows 10: %

    camels on the lush farmlands of Ranch at San Rosiore, near the wood. They multiplied over the adoption of the general findings, of tamed, fifteen from dollars the' Engineer, .at a cost G S. J B., PYRE FYKE -- 40%
    (Hi 00)) not refundable
    For Your Financing Europe. west Italian coast just outside years until there were 80 or more. the churchmen approved a pol. It Is our Intention to Court apply'In and to
    of the Circuit
    Example: $15,000 Loan 5Vi% Interest Experts here believe that this city of the leaning tower. All were killed during the war. icy statement supporting health. reject The, Board any or reserves all bid.the right to the for Collier Clerk County. Florida' to ragister -
    Spain is the only other European The Italian kings used the and welfare programs "conduct.ed the said name, of JERRY
    BOARD OF PUBLIC
    In 1956 Italy decided! of
    to
    25 Yrs. Payments of try CLEANERS under the provisions
    country ever to have succeeded estate for raising horses for the the experiment again. The King by parochial Institutions "to INSTRUCTIONCOLLIER COUNTY Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Actsof

    $92.12 per mo. ill raising camels and putting Royal bodyguard cavalry Since of Libya made a gift of two meet particular public needs. NAPLES FLORIDA Witness 1941 our hands. this Uth day

    Some Loans up to 29 Yrs if desired them to use in farming or as the war the lands have become a dromedaries, Oalante, a male, The delegates reaffirmed their Chairman LEO R CHICKERING of Board 01 J" "", .
    beasts of burden. national park, and are used for and Bellaria, a female opposition to the use of govern BY: W D. REYNOLDS GERALD B J. FYKE FYKE

    See Harry L. Miller, Mtg. Broker The Italian experiment started horticultural experiments and the Inc numoer has increased ment funds to support religious .SIIperlntend.ntfib. Jan, 1*. 26; Fab SHIRLEY t. *. 11164 #11911
    to 2. t. 11. 1964 *20
    almost/ half
    a century ago when raising of pheaaants teaching -
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    five with the birth of Nadir

    Belinda and Muatafa. A"'- ""' ..." "" .'w... '"',, ,,," _,_,<_.-- -- ._' ar9."'I
    :: .._.,,:::iW{:' :,r:"':'" "" : 7f'':-: 1\1l
    But they no longer run wildon

    BUYSare the estate. At least until
    BETTER YJ their numbers have increased VISIT

    further they are being coddled. !

    OJp/V/ They have a grazing pasture and

    from a 6 stalls heaped with sand on which

    they can sleep.
    n

    cr.ot n, PUBLIC NOTICE VILLAGE GREEN


    NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO
    REGISTER FICTITIOUS, NAME
    The undersigned don h.raby ear.
    tlfy that I tTleca conducting a ELECTRO .

    A MACHINE. SHOPbualness 1 & 2 BEDROOM MODEL APARTMENT
    at Naples Florida under

    Lovely Home On Ridge Lake the It PLATING composed fictitious CO of and name the that following of said MASTER firm persons .

    whose names end places of
    residences are ss follows:
    JOSEPH F. NEMECHEK
    ,. (40 Fifth St So Interiors
    Naples. Florida,
    : '. ,' .
    1,1 .- > Ownership of MASTER PLATING
    f \ rr, ," .. .,. r CO. I. as follows:
    ,.I j>< .. ", .A;.'":, JOSEPH F. NEMECHEK LOOK BY ;
    "'I'.. It Is my Intention to apply toMe :
    ,'.-c.4: Clerk of the Circuit Court In !
    and For Collier County, Florida to
    resistor the said name of MASTER
    I- PLATING COMPANY under the provisions .
    I ... of Chapter 20953. Laws of
    t1 j!t1>o:,,' .. p Florida Acts of141.. FAIR'
    I If ..
    .
    "' Witness my hand this list day of FURNITURE
    f
    ,
    r 4 1 January, 1964.JOSEPH.
    : .,. F. NEMECHEK _
    AA ".b. 2. (. IS 21 It4 *2I
    SYMBOL OF ..
    "
    Iv j')1';.i. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWELFTH FINE FURNITUREi

    I JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
    M.P ,FLORIDA "IN' AND FOR .

    7l. rf r, Vw / i.va :COLLIER Chancery. N $ COUNTY No 894241' I .M I i\ .I;1 '" I ,.:::.:".11*w Kin IINUix tfl


    / d' w tf. n'"M J I ): ; x' CHARLES SHAW r Plaintiff, OPEN HOUSE"SUNDAY

    ETHEL SHAW,


    ; ;4 : THE ETHEL:123 STATE Qrayson NOTICE SHAW OF Street OF FLORIDA Defendant SUIT TO: FEB. 9 2TO5PSM. ,1

    Trenton. New Jersey
    1 1 / GREETINGS: : '
    You are hereby notified that a
    suit has been filed asalnst! you In
    the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju !
    diclal Circuit of Florida In and forCollier
    I CHARLES THE FURNITURE FAIR
    Tt'EL.tl :
    s SHAW vs, the rellel,
    therein sought b.ing e divers and
    you aro hereby required to file, with
    I the Clerk of said Court your written 1
    : defenses. If any you have. elthei J: ,
    :: _
    : p..on.lly or by attorney In said Open Monday and Friday Nights All Day Wednesday
    proceedinM' on or before the 20th '
    day of February 1964 and there. :: North Trail Across from Bowling Alley Phone MI 2-3837
    & attar to serve a copy thereof on plaintiff ,
    R. Adams, P 0.
    a counsel James ''
    Bon 4I(. Naples, Florida. Herein fail, ,i:,::,: F',1tZZ': :: :; !-, : '
    not upon pain of having a decre
    pro confesso entered aasinst' you,
    Witness my hand' and the seal ol
    1
    w said Court at East Naples. Florida.
    + this 16th day of January 1964
    MARGARET T. SCOTT
    "
    y Aa Clerk. of the 1I
    '"M+s'*
    above styled Court
    r Jvl, By: INEZ MAGILL
    Deputy Clerk EfJ
    JAMES R. ADAMSP
    O. Box 411 ,
    Naples. Florida Atifo
    Attorney for Plaintiff,
    Cti'f 4 Jan l(. IS. Fab I. (, 1964 sfl 1
    -- I
    NOTICE: Mr Dale Williams Is na .
    lonier euthor" ,'led to represent NAPLES
    r PRINTING CO. ,INC Feb. :
    %. 1964Ftb .
    7, I, KM #30
    SHARPER
    LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE

    Lovely horn., directly on Kidge Lake, ofCypress STOCKHOLDERS OF SPECIAL MEETING CLEARER
    There will be a special. meeting ot
    from construction This modern
    stockholders of the First National, TELEVISION
    type) home hOI three bedroom, two baths This home will be sold for a new low price Bank 0' Naples for the purpose ol f

    and central heating. A beautifully landscaped of $29,500, unfurnished except for kitchen consid.rng capitalization s 'roposd be held plan. at or.: for

    lot with palms and plnei, and a appliances. Call now for an appointment to office. 0' 17 said I9M bank at on I' 30 Monday.February o'clock.

    complete sprinkler system is ready when see this lovely home. PM Louisa Calmes. Cash,. VALENTINE'SDAY

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    -[ousewife Library
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    arves Own WHERE THE GOOD LIFE 'IS EVEN BETTER 't T' ; ,
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    Iowa (AP)- BY T. T. THORWARDThe 1V1'
    leldom do people passing the Collier County public Li. ?
    toman Satory home fail to do a brary System is blessed with a 'Twlxt Gulf and
    Bay on
    Joubte-take. For pointing 30 feet large number of enthusiastic sup. V1m
    Ikywerd alongside the white porters, and five directors or
    }ante house is a colorful totem administrators, which certainly age een Twelfth Avenue, SouthA
    )1. keeps the county librarian and her
    Although this northeast Iowa little staff of two roll time em. \.
    Irea was once the favorite huntTig ployees and one part time wor. ?
    grounds for Indians,the toten ker from feeling neglected or
    *>!I. has no historical signift- unnoticed.
    lance. It is Just the whim of a Your library reporter hopes
    |3-year-old housewife. that this article and several NEW COMMUNITY OF COOPERATIVE GARDEN APARTMENTSFor
    Impressed with the towering which will follow will help to
    stems in Canada, she carvede make more residents of Collier Adults Only
    out of a tall white cedar pole. County acquainted with the library
    "Indiana use red cedar," Mrs. the organizations which ,,.. k
    orman Satory says, "but this control and support It, and some E j ;,. ( 't'- '
    |as the best we could do." of the personalities who are r ": ,
    At the base (is an Indian faced directing and encouraging the effort '.oJ\1- '."
    at the top is a dog's head, to establish a modern library
    odeled after her own pet poodle. system with services readily
    k between are authentic Indian available to all residents and err sw.d
    |gures, including a beaver, angle visitors to collier County. r
    : and a bear. Late In 1957 the collier Coun. .,.a 'w+a1rS
    Mrs. Satory researched nearly ty Public Library System was
    year, receiving much of her organized and constituted under
    formation from museum curators chapter 150 of the Florida Statutes -
    Canada. Carving it required which provides that administration .
    early another year. of the library sys. ,
    Not every chief could have a tern was to be in charge of a la ys r.rlC'p'' w ,
    Intern pole, she learned. "Some five member board to be appoint.
    those that could hired the ed by the Governor of Florida.In .
    |ork done and it was very ex- practice, since there are five
    naive, costing as much as 150 commissioners In Collier Coun.
    anketa." ty, each commissioner is allowedto
    She says that In some tribes recommend one member of IA.r
    e undertaking was so secret the library board and such recommendations
    kat any Indian coming upon alebuilding are Invariably
    ) project was slam. accepted by the governors. The
    Erecting her totem pole re- present members of the Library 'I
    Board are Mrs. Byron Royalsof rk+ .S'M i1 + e J
    fired a crane and eight men.
    Mrs. Satory says she doesn't Immokalee, Miss Ruth Neal of .atrb?, t ;. r 9vIIIn
    |md that her neighbors now call Everglades, Mrs. H.T.B arnes of
    "Big Chief Crazy Horse." North Naples, and Mrs. F. C.
    Lee and Benjamin G. Parks of
    Naples, Parks being the chair.
    Current man of the board.It .
    is the board's responslbl.
    Best SellersCompiled lity to adopt rules and regulations #
    to govern the operation of
    by Publishers' Weekly) the libraries in the system, and

    FICTION to compensation provide for the of employment and One Bedroom ewe you been looking for that unusual but not expenilve place where you can

    THE GROUP, McCarthy sonnel. Under the provisions library per.of $7200 enjoy Florida's climate and wonderful attraction without the responsibilities of
    THE VENETIAN AFFAIR,
    | Mac Inn.s the statute, title and ownershipof APARTMENT S owning a home? VILLAGE GREEN provides the answer!
    the III
    county library property is
    THE SHOES, West OF THEFISHERMAN to be vested in the county, and located between Fourth and Seventh Streets on Twelfth Avenue, South, In the

    THE HAT ON THE BED, the library board is empoweredto Two Bedroom charming old section of Naples, these one and two bedroom cooperative Garden

    O'Hara Mlch.nor allocations accept donations made to,help bequests establishand and J 89 0 0 Apartments, priced to fit your pocketbook, are) easily accessible to the) Gulf of

    CARAVANS, maintain the library system. APARTMENT FROM Mexico, the city docks and boat basin on the) Bay of Naples and to the Crayton Cove) andO

    HOtlFICTIONMANDATE Third Street, South, shopping districts At VILLAGE GREEN you will find the most modern
    FOR CHANCE, "CLEAR THE WAY"
    Elsenhower Despite the many powers vest. facilities for comfortable, carefree living In an apartment that you will be proud to call your

    PROFILES IN COURAGE, ed In it regarding the operation of Monthly Maintenance own and In a congenial community of which you will be happy to be a member, For retirement

    K.nn.dy 01" the library, the library board's couples and those planning to retire to Florida, VILLAGE GREEN will have a particular
    THE AMERICAN WAY OF sentiment regarding own fone.
    i DEATH, Mitford lions has been expressed by appea .

    JFK-THE MAN AND THE chairman Ben parks as being as Low as 44.00 Discover the wonderful world of cooperative, Garden Apartment living. It Is yours to enjoyto I
    I MYTH, Lasky principally that of "choosing a
    RASCAL, North capable, competent librarian to the fullest at VILLAGE GREEN. j
    take charge of the system, and t I
    Some of the world's oldest then staying out of the way so

    hown vestiges of flowering she.. can do her job!" '' KELVINATOR ELECTRICJ APPLIANCES -;,\ '.P ....,, Illn hiaAlls. 'listiliasy'Mlasfl. < 'Po .'t. f
    lants were found several yearsgo The" other organization which 11\ IPinmfJsWWl AW !TTa
    ( in Colorado's San Juan Moun- so actively contributes to the i' Modern Flameless Electric Range and Oven .. makes cooking a pleasure -
    .*ins. Elghteen-inch fossils imprinted promotion, establishment and C Automatic Electric Water Heater super-fast and super-safe ;
    on red rock show a p lm. maintenance of the Collier County e Electric Refrigerator with crisper keeps fresh foods fresh longer j freezer
    Ike growth that flourished 165 Library System is the Friendsof compartment for frozen foods and plenty of Ice cubes. ItDROOM MMOOMLOl
    hi i 11 ion years ago the Library of Collier County, e Electric! Food Waste Disposer does away with messy garbage UOROOM
    Inc, a non-profit organization e Year-round (reverse cycle) Electric Air Conditioner assures cool comfort eta
    dedicated solely to the purposeof In summer; cozy warmth in winter.
    xv I providing the best possible
    free library facilities for the All Supplied by Welt Coast Heating and Cooling, Inc.
    citizens of Collier County. This sea uossr cta IarN ;
    LyL'r1 organization antedates and was cu. \
    largely responsible for the es. ttN WN (

    tabllshment of the Collier County uc.4 Shown at Right

    Free the Library public Board.Library System and .J LJ 'ISTH AvCI L J lJlL.-i 1 l::! are Typical One U KITCHiN

    By Vivian Ogg The Friends of the Library, 0 ]J 0 L1 L1 D r:=J D 0 and Two Bedroom WT, '
    under president Eugene Turner
    What is deep? You who is also president of the, X :] 0 [::1.JJ 10\ 0 0 D 0..0( [ Apartment LIVING DOOM [
    spend! one-third or more of First National Bank of Naples, ,, LIVING ROOM
    your life engaged in this Is responsible for the fourth V jLewd4 :J 0 [ 0 : J Floor Plans
    coming campaign to raise ..C GNr
    pursuit! but still you prob. funds for an adequate buDdIng G :::J cio aa r:: : C ] DININ4V
    ably can't explain what to serve as a head. OF fi ;
    r i
    n n IDC ;
    sleep la. ,
    really for the Collier
    quarters building .
    O TM. AVK 9 .. \ ;
    > --
    County Library System. The site M r :J i
    L- -.J II) I
    Actually, the experts for the proposed building, a I
    I
    fife
    aren't too sure what our magnificent gift of a full city Good CUt: Dc=JD
    racktime pastime i Is eith block In the very heart of Naples, e the =o3BROAO 1/10.V E.. -
    er
    er. It has been called any was donated by Mrs F. C. Lee, W B steer! trrr' ':J n l 1'-1-l i :%=j 0 C2
    one of thellbrary Board members Erea .... "TH Distinctive construction these wonderful feature
    number of things from the is !.i 1::, r- luxury embracing
    who is also a director of the I- _, I'' I I..J
    sweet restorer to the twin Friends of the Library. vuR =r'L.J' 0"1 E. ,5. r full carpeting' In living room hall end Telephone ..,,,{Ice pre.wiring !
    of death. In a physiological Membership In the Friendsof &..- -J %I --J LJv L-J bedroomt choice of colon I
    sense it (is a slowing the Library Is open to every. o ... l' TV tervlce" pro.wiring' .
    down of all body functions, one. It already has more than \ -J 0 L .n ?i All mica kitchen cabmen and both
    four hundred members,and thereIs --- -- vanltlet *... Individual. "..", .d parking
    voluntary and inroluntary R
    work for each one amongIts t ] 0 I .
    Breathing secretion, heart
    numerous committees and / Full tile baths and tile floor full choice of decorator color lectioni
    action and body chemistry activities, all of which are direct. 4.J 0 n ---- / / on all tile, mica, paint and appliancesMarble
    slow Only growth is said ed toward establishing a model ;: .___ ::::::--___: full tile backiplath In kitchen J
    to be speeded up during library system In Collier County. -, 0 l r; -- :::;- Full "Interior paint ,..lec'IOft.J .f
    ,, -. ''I ::;::;-/ window sill
    sleep V ,IBTH ..V E .. S / Bathroom finluret by Kohlor used
    Speaking of speeding ADVICE FROM YALE MAN large front and back porch exclusively ,
    NEW HAVEN Conn. AP) -
    VIVIAN
    things up Broadway might cure some of its
    OGG, REALTOR tin recurrent box office ills by placing ,
    very likely hustle! along more emphasis on theater
    the sale of your property classics and revivals, says a /ld Tfttttws4 Moetete&SALES .1 eattOlt4
    Also you might be interested member of Yale University's
    in a rental for a drama faculty
    Frank McMullan, associate
    few months while you are director of play production said REPRESENTATIVES
    looking around. We have there is too much emphasis on

    some beautiful homes and seeking the II.Allert. .""new. unique and 605 Fifth Avenue, So. Midway 2.2124 or See Your Naples Broke
    apartments reduced for se nla lIln
    Come McMullan. "The business -
    balance of season.

    in and talk it over with past of and bridging present the, to gap illuminatemore between VILLAGE GREEN i I. A Project of THE NAPLES COMPANY, inc. Writ or Call for Color brochure

    VIVIAN OCG, REALTOR the present is a great one,
    821<< Fifth Ave, So. Phone too often neglected by directors
    MI J-474 and producers today"

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    '1QB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 9. mt "W tf V.79! : People/ Thlnlc" HELPING NVILLE FID (AP-

    Thirt .churches have offered.
    :; !;' ;,; : their Y recreation i; facilities for

    I ',!.iI111j'iii'!!!, ,.>,.;:!iHiilmiii;, ..I I Drag Racing Still Increasing, Say Teens churches one-citizens-t.y-a-week responded of Jacksonville.use by to the a plea senior The by '


    1illII!! !! !' Here's the AnswerBy 3 -Gilbert the recreation committee of the
    J By Eugene tot has given the sport better reputation Jacksonville Planning and Advisory
    Resident Gilbert Youth and Incouraged more teen. Board which is seeking
    ANDY LANG other with mortised than ordinarv, lapped butt or JointThere'a joint** Research Inc. .., ; : agers to take up drag raring. "In facilities! to accommodate thou
    AP Newtfeotures one ,'therII' to incur'e* Drag radii-;, hot rods, souped- j t; ""f,. my own age group It Is Increasing -.sands of the city's_ elder citizens.
    -- -- U
    QUESTION: I want to a solidly conMriuleJ stand ft,r up enjlnei. How do they stands because It Is under super I

    ,make a wooden stand for a thin purpose. Ice metal rods u: with today's young people f.. ", ,i) vision and more people approve,"
    second-hand band i aw I brace These rod must b C Our latest survey Indicates thee 1 .... said Connie Turner, 16, of Ft. NEVER! NEVER! NEVER!
    threaded at both end's' lha J '
    I
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    *o
    bought a couple of weeks after they connect parts of th,e nation's youth Is fairly evenly divided i I. i Smith, Ark.Lorallaw. will you get another 40 x
    'ago. How high should sucha frame they tan: be held ti ;htl:I on the subject of drag rac- .'1 ., 60 Industrial Bldg. on
    stand be? In place with washers and nuts. Inc. although a slight majority ) .w>t,1-, enforcement plays a 200 x 150 railroad lot in
    ANSWER: First one of the The added rigidity given to th'e disapproves of the sport. I large part In cutting down on
    !disadvantages of home-made frame by these braces will inllu',I' Despite this disapproval how. drag racing, according to Arthur the center of Naples for
    (.lands Is that they tend to be- many extra years of life to th,r and although most boys Klpman I 16, of Philadelphia who only $28,000 terms I
    [come loose and wobbly after a atand. ever, said the "authorities are really mean Central Ave. & 12th
    themselves
    (time because of the conata"tvibration As for the dimensions: whit e and girls say they
    ( from the power ma- the recommended height for
    [chin. In recent yean more and bandsaw stand .is 34 inches yoi u predict drag raring Is increase Roger Ames, 16, of Mitchell gone there aren't anymore
    'more of these Btandi are being shouldn't hesitate to make i
    S!;,D. pointed to the greater choice .
    .made of metal. higher or lower depending 01 Ing.Half
    wish make The of the 1112 teen-agers In. 4 of pastimes to support his opinionthat
    But If you to your your own height. main thin
    town of wood greater strength. is that you should feel torn for'! tervlewed said their friends engaged 4t drag racing's popularity Is I! R.,. R. E.
    can be obtained by making It table while operating the saw. In drag racing, half said on the wane. The sport Is decreasing u. H o tU" Broker"
    -- ---.they did not; but when asked
    I "because there are more
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    whether they themselves participated 9th St. No
    421 ,
    kids to do besides
    for
    t hlngs
    I "Supervised raring Is a good outlet for "
    In the sport,an overwhelming te nslon. t hat." he said. \...
    The Agency With Personal Service J number-86 per centsaIdno. In gaining the sport's approval homa CIt, Okla.. added and do not participate In It them.. ..
    from the teen-agers \ slight\ Others turned thumbs down on selves 67 per cent of those
    I It Is Interesting to note that majority-53 per cent-said they the whole Idea, stressing Its danger ..Interviewed, said drag racing Is
    many although more boys than disapproved of the sport but and poor public image. on the Increase.One .

    A dnMMUble agency, nIJICII girls said their friends engagedIn while only 33 per rent of the girls "It's immature and dangerousand reason was given for Its .i
    Ibis for proUetini you your drag racing both groups denied approved, 60 per cent of the adds to the had reputation of'Increase' by Joseph Sarno, 17 ;) '
    family, home and budnMt
    against every incurable threet their own participation almost boys were for drag racing tee n-agers" Frances Oster. of Boston Mass., who summedup
    of 1 loss through a plumed pee- equally. Several of those who oka\edIt strom, 16, or Winnetka, 111., the sentiments of several t
    gram of protection guaranteedby Sixty per cent of the boys! and agreed with Lee Kunestad. J e. said. saying simply "Kids are getting ,
    companies of unquestioned
    AnancUl strength. only 41 per cent of the girls of Mlthchell, S.D., who said more cars"
    said their friends were drag "Supervised drag racing Is a ON THE INCREASE Some teens felt that regulation
    racers. In contrast, 82 per cent good outlet for tension." Eugene Avlno, IS, of New A CenturyOld
    of the boys and 88 per cent of Patricia Kaufman 19. of Wash. Haven Conn., expressed disapproval RecreationCalendar
    the girls said they did not race. ington D.C., supported this view of the sport but was pessimistic Tradition of
    I INSVIANCE ACIKCI. lac. Both the young men and young "If this Is what they like, let in regard to doing any.
    women agreed that most of the I them do It safely and sanely" thing about It. "People ran be
    Gt'C racing Is done without supervi she said. killed but you can't stop someone MONDAY Quality Comes to
    AveM lewtllI
    652 5th .
    Phone 2-5141 sion. Seventy per cent said the! "It's your life and you should from. doing it," he noted. 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
    Nylss. Plvids. sport was spontaneous. be able to do what you want withit Despite the fact that a majority meeting Woman's.. Club.
    I Supervision plays a large part ," Edwin Watkins 15, of Okla- of teen disapprove of the sport 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
    shuffleboard courts. NAPLES FLA.
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    Cambler Park.TUESDAY .

    ." :.
    ., +Coi Since the flays of tin- ('lippe'rItip.c.t | : ,
    v ; 9:30 a.m. -- Senior Citizens
    chorus Woman's Boston's :S.: :S.: I'icrce ( 'Otllllll) lii: '"* I uscrveil '-
    practice
    Club. its" ianum: : lalx'l for lilt, fineM: l
    Come Out To
    .i. 1:00: p.m. .- Senior Citizens foods: anti tU'licacir to l hc' found! anywhere .
    i bowling Brookside Bowl. in the \\orhl. We are: proud to
    ..
    4:00 p.m. Advanced ten announce that w(' have: I teen M'lectetl I 1 lo I

    t nis class Cambler. Park. carry :S.: :S.Pieice: pn>cluot.i. We 'know: you
    7:30 Adult tennis
    I class Cambler p.m. Park.WEDNESDAY. will rcengni/.e t their distinct: t he quality
    and come t to Ie ii.k IIJMHI t the $. :'i. Pierce

    .1 .' 1:00 p.m."Senior Citizens- label a* the nigh 1I of iliM-iiiniiiatiiiK\ ta:\:>.te,
    ROYAL HARBOR shuffleboard courts
    4:00 p.m. .. Boy's Basketball /IZoddard
    t Cambler Park Redvs
    Green; Orange vs Blue. VJ ourmet

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    HOMES TODAY 4:00 p.m. .. Intermediate
    THESE MODEL
    VISITS: tennis class Cambler Park.
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    I class Cambler Park.
    1:00: p.m. -- Senior Citizens
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    Sunday February 9. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11 p II
    DKG Fraternity
    Letters Seek SBy entirnenral I Postmarks
    Initiates SevenAt In addition to the Initiation MEMORY WAS LONG
    .. a musical program under the HONEST AND ACCURATE
    - -- -
    JEAN SPRAIN WILSON Luncheon HereSeven direction of Mrs. Marian Dur. LONDON
    Ky. (AP) 'L
    AP Newsfeatures Writer the onlv one .. *ke tne mostof ha* a ovejov I a love Lad, anda here" says Sheriff W.E. Hill, members were initiated ranee of Fort Myers consisting Bamett wu stopped by a mltwho j
    Three communities, diverse, thousands this hoIJ! : r.the saint of Love Field rating as the most until the somnolent little postal Into Alpha Delta Chapter of Del. of folk music was presented.New asked: "Are you the son o
    Imall there are less than of miles apart, and 10 sentimental Ir.t.5a "U'lncIN! love-conscious of the SO states station suddenly stirs to life at ta Kappa Gamma honorary and Initiates to the organize Mack BarnettT"Getting
    Valentines of 4000 persons among th.m-ar. the self as the "Cltof sweet. In Mississippi there M a town oft Valentine-sending time professional teachers fraternity tlon are: Miss Joan Bainbridge, an affirmative anawethe
    America and lhelr hearts pulsate the natlon' senti. hearts" It oteUnit I Mtn, whkh ova. HEART OF TEXAS Saturday at a luncheon meeting Mrs. Glen Roan, and Mrs. Ell. man continued:
    mentality at the Naples Beach Club Hotel cabeth Woodruff, all of Naples; "In 1928, I purchased a wagon
    also
    As St. Valentine's Day approaches the but ,n.irk.n.. /n. *...nIA.. does a thrlv! Ailing buU But what's In a name? In At the turn of the century on More than 60 members from Lee, Mrs. Pauline Rice, Mrs. Willie bed iron from your father and
    tat-tat.lats as stamping machines --- -- -- ness.There Nevada of all place, there Is i Valentine's Day the Southern Hendry and Collier Counties attended West, Mrs. Marvel Myers, and never paid him. Now he's dead
    bang their romantic postmarks are also 1 ovelands In community called Lovelock, and Pacific railroad steamed Into an the meeting. Mrs. Sara Hunter, all of Fort and I'm able to pay, the 1320."
    on thousands of envelopes Just gets a very big hand at the Iowa, Ohio: and Oklahoma Kansas -ever"body knows that In that Isolated settlement 160 miles Members of the chapter from Myers. He handed over the money and
    post office at the has a ovewell. There are west Naples served as hostesses for The next meeting of the group left.
    passing through. crossroads.THE state the Ic"k l Is never I..r'IIrht. of El Paso and another post will be 11
    April at Moore Haven.
    Later, Jim looked old
    the Mrs. Opal Storter over
    New group
    towns In Georgia,
    roving
    Because this Is also Leap BUFFALOES mark collector's Item-Valen. of Naples was chairman of the Mrs. Mabel Hilton of Fort MyersIs records of Barnett Brothers and
    Mexico, and Texas Texas also "Nothing much happens around tine. Tee. president of the
    Big was born
    Year It is difficult to estimatethe by comparison Is Valentine initiation ceremony group. found the debt
    Nebr. .. .
    exact number of sacks filled nestled between a -
    with scented, lacy, red paper tame refuge where the deer, Shell Club Gives

    hearts sent to these places to be elk Rosebud and buffaloes Indian reservation roam and the At Two Tables AwayAt Annette C. Winn, Realtor
    remalled to sweethearts every
    where. But there will\ be plenty last count the population was Annual ShowThe Presents
    3,445, 1000 Of this since 1960
    Named after a family of earlysettlers. Naples Shell Club an.
    Valentine, Va., is a the year Lyle Linstrom became nounced! iesterdathat at Its BEST HOME BUY IN NAPLES
    handful of farm city manager fifth annual Shell Show two shell
    houses and a
    general store on Route 46. Here where the waterfalls are r b. :/. tables will be given away to two 't With A Swimming Pool
    8 Feb.
    people at p.m. Sunday,
    the nearest thing to Magra, love
    Since then In this land of
    ruan 23, at the Woman Club
    sprawling cattle ranches the com Is a many-splendored thing 1/ building on Park Street The At New Reduced Price of $18,500
    munlty of Valentine has not thoroughly endorsed by the Cham. 1 w'1_' :,:: coffee" tables, with glass. tops, -. .
    grown much. It boasts ota Catholic ber of Commerce with a heart are being made to order by ., :
    E : Huey King, assistant chairman
    and a Protestant church, six shaped letter brand and a town
    of the 1964 show. They are es. ,.
    celebration "
    gas stations, three grocery peclally designed for displaying
    stores, a tourist court, and 350 Valentine High School prepares shells, being 16 Inches high with % {
    residents. a pageant climaxed with a coronation a surface area of about 7SO ,.
    Ranching and railroading are bal on the day of hearts, square inches One table. will
    and the whole town takes part, contain a collection of Florida
    the chief interests of the people
    shells, and the other of world.
    : here, says Mrs Dennis Baldwin, enthuses t.lnslrom.If oh, wide shells, all specimen items.
    wife of the town's deputy sheriff the mall we ret!" a Both tables will be on view in
    But when February 14 rolls LOVE the Federal Savings building and
    EVERYWHERE the Bank of Naples next week 1 f t.
    around a third "R", Torrance Still, valentine .. ..,
    towns are not The show will open at 2 p.m., "-

    For 707 12th Ave. South on at Friday 9:30 p.m., February On Saturday 21, closing the -'.. : .. ........"'{

    f at crayton cove hours will be 10 a.Oand 9:30
    K'' ut and 10 '
    p.m. on Sunday a.m. to
    Naples, Florida 8:30 p.m. Admission to the show : .... ,
    TWO SHELL TABLES will be given away at the end Is free, although donations will .
    be accepted.It ..
    of the fifth annual Shell Show of the Naples Shell was announced also that -

    Club at 8 p.m. Sunday, February 23 in the Woman's there will' be 13 classes of ex. '-
    Club. One will contain Florida shells and the other hlblts at the show this year, and ,. .' ...
    Y k t .,
    In each one of them first, second r
    a world-wide collection. Pictured above is the table and third prize ribbons will bo
    the 3-bedroom 2-bath attractively furnished and air conditioned
    ,
    awarded at the 1963 Show with Florida shells At awardt>d.Four aquaria of living spa-
    molluscs clous home with large screened play area including swimming
    will be
    displayed by
    the left Is Mrs. Opal B. Traer of the Bank of Naples
    the Science Club
    SEWKITCHENS of the Senior pool. Situated on beautifully landscaped grounds in the city near
    and on the right Is Mrs. Augusta B. Pond of Helvetia High School with a student on
    shopping, all schools and golfing facilities. Also, the adjacentlot
    II, vice president of the Shell Club. In the centeris hand to answer questions about
    the animals. is offered at a Bargain Price to home purchaser,
    seen the coveted Scaphella (unonia (spotted) shell,

    so typical of the Naples and Marco areas, but not
    More copies of the Boy Scout
    at all common. (McGrath photo) Handbook have been printed Annette C. Winn

    In the United States than any G) {i
    Quaint Cl.arm the gymntorlum at 7:30: p.m. on Realtor
    Everglades PTA February 13 with Mary Nell other book except the Holy Bible.
    :: Swain, president, prl'SldlnC."Stop" Some 20 million copies of the 525 Fifth Avenue South
    : /eacc/u/ b.ingJ'oug
    Shifts Meeting handbook have been printed
    ,1 Signs !Mean STOP Office MI 2-6571 Residence MI 2-4570

    : I/,ltr the EVERGLADES regular monthly- The meeting date oj ol t t

    the Everglades PTA has beer _.._"-
    food changed from February 11 to rt"
    Thursday, February 13. L.

    Mrs. Rachael Wilsonprogram .--..,+.....-.".. .;,( ... +, ---._ -... ., -.....-
    chairman, announced there will
    be a special program com. :;; ., .. !! il ::"') I
    .f 8"/n'I01l; : uf'1'uflydur 1I"i1l1.?. memoratlng the founders of the f'ri .. ._
    P.T.A. An acrostic Happy Birth illl..UUIIJUW'
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    '-t. 12B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 9, 1964. ney, 21) George Harrison, 21} But when a newsman described night on television. On Tuesday i
    \ Recreation Beattles Blow Up A Storm Ringo Starr 23, and John Len. them as "four Elvis they go to Washington for a con.
    '.,.- -I ; non, 23. Lennon pretty blonde Presleys" the foursome shouted cert. On Wednesday they will 0
    : = wife, Cynthia, accompanied the In unison "No, no, nol"| give two shows at New York's ,
    iP.O: Naples DepartmentBY group but stayed well In the The Beatles began their debutIn Carnegie Hall-already sellouts. '
    :' I' Met In New York By 3,000NEW background.The a Liverpool Jazz cellar 19 Another stop during their tour,
    I Flotilla RON McCUNE Beatles, their records months ago for about $20 a which ends Feb. 17, is MiamiBeach.
    ( SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB SHUF. best sellers for months, were almost week. They now command $10.. .
    USCGA FLE TOURNEY Registration YORK (AP>-The Bea. It was mostly girls, girls, an American Institution 000 a performance and are reputed
    \ Boating has begun for a much needed ties, Britain's rock 'n' rollers girls."I. before they got here. Alreadyon to have earned $17 STOCKHOLM (AP) Edward
    shuffleboard tourney for the Naples with the haystack hairdos, blew love them, I love them I" sale are Beatle wigs, boots, million. Albee'a Broadway dramatization
    is : Senior Citizens Club Inr up a teenage storm by arriving cried one."They're. T-shirts, sweatshirts, toss pll. Zooming Into Manhattan, eachIn of "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe"
    .j. Naples Flotilla 93 of the U.S. for lights It your boat is unde act, the registration has already here. so cute(" said an. bows and scarves. In Britain his own limousine, the Bea lab o be presented here this year.It .
    Coast Guard Auxiliary lllus. way between sunset and sur. produced 24 players, with more At Kennedy Airport Friday, other.
    20,000 rag.mop wigs have been ties created consternation at the la to be staged by Ingmar
    trates in the following the basic rise: before the dead. about 3,000 delirious, shrieking "Their singing tears
    \ expected to sign me apartand staid old Plaza Hotel, where Bergman noted film-maker
    federal and state requirements line on February 14th. The hooky-playlng youngsters, manyof lets out all frustrations," sold.The adulation of the BeatlesIs they're staying There was a Bergman last year directed
    tourney will be "draw doubles"with them carrying Beetle bn sighed! a Brooklyn girl. reminiscent of the grip Frank screaming crowd waiting there, Albee'a "Who's Afrsid o( Virginia -
    ': LIGHTS REQUIRED both men and women In the ners, strained against police Pelted by jelly beans and can. Sinatra had on teenagers some and toot patrolmen and mount. Woolf?". The new play is
    draw a the games to be played barricades to welcome the sing dy kisses, all loving every bit based
    years ago and, more recently, ed troops had to take over. upon a novella of the same
    ; ON BOATS UNDERWAY beginning on Monday afternoon, Ing, guitar-strumming quartet* of it, were Beatles Paul McCort.L of Elvis Presley The Beatles appear Sunday title by Carson McCullers.
    : February 17th, and continuing
    I through the week until the chant
    : AND SUNRISE
    BETWEEN SUNSET plonshlp Is decided.
    After watching some of the
    Y .. players, 1 believe It is going to
    POWER ALONE be a pretty tough tourney. Of
    ,! course all players will be ex.
    (o'"b.oloOftI peeled to follow the standard
    W,,,. ",... shuffleboard rules. The tourney
    .oved p p ,
    t INLAND ell .
    will be run by the Recreation
    9mi ,
    Im 1
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    I" Three lihts ae Under1: I : of Department the shuffle with committee the assistance, and

    leqvied and nay ,, :I Ibehown you may register at the Recrea w&S FE '
    \ Oll't' tion offlce, or on Monday and L M .
    Wednesday at the ohuffleboard
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    on inland waters. x'r "
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    courts. v rt 'yp r
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    and Geo' Lo e." ?S.dh";.. -
    26 wA,I. P a ; t BOYS' BASKETBALL In the r
    or over .11 .,ou.... .0... 1 was I boys' basketball league Wednesday 1w

    gm.I ... I it was Red Knight 16. Blue I
    I! 1101 mote e .'"' Boys 14. The score Indicates a !
    IhoIl6 close ball game, but It does not I
    \ __ .....--L Whl.I tell of the One play from a
    I sop em, much Improved Blue team. For
    I three quarters the Blue boys
    looked as it they would upset a
    WhileWhile favored Knight five, but then
    to the fourth rolled around
    : (_b.OA (quarter
    INTERNATIONAL ag Pt J "' .... a e.... and bad passes and missed foul
    RULES t "" .. I ItO p shots ruined the day and the
    :.. I sw game. The Knights looked like .
    Power ....t / .. 'e
    I Light. undo ,,. ; they had forgotten a few things, r 1
    Inte'lIo.io..o1 Rule ye --' but managed to hold on with
    may be shown by ender the slim two point lead. Black
    \ mOloboats all ,inland .co trose was off his pace, so Gratton I
    I ,eI'1II live". root ORwafers took over and came oft with I
    II .. ondGreot lo e', and scoring honors with 9 points. I.
    r and ae required Oil toil Whd.S Johnson was high for the Blues
    the vtsnel Wh" with 8.The.
    hih neon 20 el.
    under ': low scoring Flyers managed .
    g to fly low again, and come
    20 BrosI I e short end of 204
    off on the a
    tonn'l score in the second game The
    1 CSego. J Hornets, without the assistance .
    e e, "".I.h", of Donovan took advantage of
    P.56 l 0... I m..t I.o I. sloppy passing by the Flyers
    and coasted to an easy victory.
    .. Whlpkey supplied the scoring
    tvtry vessel! shall, between tunMt and lunrlM, carry a llahtlna' device punch, (and It's a pretty big punch)
    copablt el ihlnlng a whit I light oil around the horizon visible at a dii- before fouling out in the third
    lance of ol least on* III mile. and hall dliplay tW light In .ffiClont ..
    Imo to ovoid collision with another boot. quarter.he collected eight points. _..... .,.. <" '-'- --.r;. '
    > With Whlpkey out, and not havinga
    substitute, the Flyers couldn't ,
    Case Aaainst; SmokesThe take advantage of the situationand \
    thus the final score. A tip
    case against the cigarette of remaining stubbornly shut to the Flyers a shoot and long
    fiend the clock-fegul until released by a clock mecha passes should be taboo A'Y
    cigarette case is suddenly a nism. The nicotine-enslaved rP
    hot item in New York specialty soul, it is hoped, can cut down Next Wednesday James-Flyers
    atores. by setting the clock for Intervals vs Blues Knights vs Hornets Port Royal Beach Club on the Gulf of Mexico with white powder sand beach in foreground.. About -7 miles ot the wide and aeep
    \ Although not new, it was of from 10 minutes to two hours. where dock boat at the foot of lawn.
    the
    I usually purchased as a tag (at However, there is no deviseas SPRINGFIELD Ohio (AP) ., ocean-going waterways.jn background run throughout Port Royal area, you can your your
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    about UO, until the "Smoking Jesse Burtert and his three sons
    'I yet to keep him from bumming
    found a name for their boat In
    and Health" report of the advisory other people's smoke in

    general committee or the Public to the surgeon Service the One meantime time-locked, case Is the womenfolk.criticism_ of one of their How a vision: ; and 15 million dollars have made PORT ROYAL at Naples;
    She chided them for working
    stirred thousands Into reevaluating
    equipped with tiny alarm that
    a the sleek inboard runabout Instead
    on -
    their tobacco Intake. signets' the glorious moment of of their So the boat Florida of the live in the
    There are several different smoking enjoyment. ysrda. one most delightful places to United States.
    which is Indian Lake
    kinds of these cigarette cases Unfortunately, it sometimes on nearby ,
    but all\ operate on the principle jars him back to the problem.. now Work.is named Hell With Yard



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    1. Port Royal exists here and now. It Is a n.. .,.,. are provided by deed not conversation.
    Be Our Valentine
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    well-established, exclusive residential community ; ..:
    comprising over 90% of the southern. 13. No property sales are made except in

    most two square miles of Naples with 143 Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit

    families In residence and many more homes i'r to Port Royal and seen us in person. Andno
    Let AD MILLER ASSOCIATES Help You Celebrate The Good Sainte Holiday i'L
    building this season. No promoter's dream of sales are made to persons other than those
    This Week By Introducing You To Some Of Our Sweethearts SweetheartsOf
    Houses Around The Town That Offer A Choice Selection Of Naples' "what Is to be." 1 Y I who have been accepted for membership in
    tti. the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
    Finest Home Buys. 2. Work started more then ten years ago. It committee.

    was continued without modification of the
    a VIRTUALLY'NEW CBS residence with CHARMING MODERN: HOME on South 14. The foregoing not "rules and
    5. original vision until It became the reality it are regu
    three bedrooms and two bathe on Sixth Golf Drive, .-.-vis the golf course Is lations" which in tend to limit
    today. any way your
    Street North. Under its peaked roof
    you The ample living space includes three complete freedom to enjoy the livability which
    will find a living room dining room, "
    3. More than 6Va miles of boulevards which
    bedrooms: with a walk-In dressingroom of
    Port offers.
    electrically equipped kitchen and a large I.ti Royal They are measures pro-
    Florida room. Priced at 124.000, and off the muter btdrcom' two wind along the beautiful waterways were laid tection designed to guard against any en-

    ;i mortgage can be srronxfd by purchaser baths a commodious living room porch out and paved, exceeding the standards set by --- ... -"'" ".....was croachment on your pleasure and anythingthat

    with southern and excellently the State for its primary highways. Also .
    exposure proper N rbour Hout Port Regal ottlt' might tend to depreciate your Investment.
    LIKE APARTMENT LIFE? In the furnished kitchen plus plenty of storage drainage was provided for every toot of On. black .s.l ol Oof rfon Dries Compatible, congenial neighbors are some

    handsome, modern Surfslde Club, locatedon and closet spare. Zone controlled heat. boulevard. Of course all facilities such as that alone
    thing cannot provide.
    the beach and with Its can be members. To them member. money
    own swimmingpool Inn and air conditioning. S32.750. Naples city water the finest in Florida property
    a recond door apartment is available electricity, telephone, television cable, etc are ship is given without charge with the purchaseof 15. We do not think that we overstate the

    for purchase. It includes living FINELY FURNISHED IIOUSIand available throughout the area. their property. facts when we say, "Port Royal Is one of the
    room bedroom and bath and a complete
    guest house on First Street South just finest places to live in the United States" We
    t j. Frigidaire kitchen with refrigerator: and 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis
    More than and
    4. Coconut
    J a block from the beach The main house 10,000 majestic Royal confident that will if fine
    are agree
    dispcsal. you
    Carpeting and drapes included
    .
    are contains a spacious liming room with fireplace palms and other exotic trees were movedin unsurpassed in Florida and equalled perhaps luxurious surroundings congenial
    and there homes
    are many extras.
    t two large bedrooms, dining room to line the boulevards and other land areas in oniy! a handful of America's more
    Monthly maintenance Is 157.00, payable neighbors, superb climate, and deep saltwater
    excellent kitchen facilities and two baths distinguished restaurants.
    .emi.snnuallv., Priced at (14,000, of with vanities The Income producing 5. Port Royal properties are not "lots." Theyare at the foot of your lawn appeal to you.
    which only $6,300 need be cash
    guest house |I. also fully furninhed.Shewn large interestingly shaped private estate 11. Every home in Port Royal must be designed We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

    ATTRACTIVE, COMFORTABLE houw oy appointment.COM.MKRCIXL sites. Properties range from one-half acre to by an approved architect and built for inquiry at our office Harbour House -

    on Sixth Lane, North containing two several acres in size. its owner Though there are homes in Port Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive. One
    Ilt'll.DINO .
    r bedrooms living room dining room, J.KOO Royal which cost several hundred thousand block east of Gordon Drive.
    I Florida rocm and kitchen. Rang and square fret on large Radio Road lut in 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on

    .. refrigerator are included In the purchase .:..1 Naples Structure l is excellently) deep, wide, ocean-going waterways which dollars, it is possible to become a resident of rill. /U''. ., II mlrffon' delta fnefurfte-
    II, Port Royal for a minimum investment of approximately .rotrmcnrt m4 ,In homtt *nd prop.rUti ever
    and jr
    price ef connect with the Gulf of Mexico
    $11.900; the furniture can b* silted' for warehouse or light induntrj.nun directly If J Port R.r.l pr.perry.wn. .n.
    bought separately.! ec k with us. fur particular/ the intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islandsto $55,000, including property, residence
    the south. and landscaping Properties range in

    price from $13,200 to $45,000, apart from
    7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot building costs.

    1 of lawn if boat I Is a 90-foot
    even
    .'. looking For A Home.lte? We Have Desirable yacht.your your 12 Every possible protection Is providednow

    Residential Lots All Over Town And In All PrIce and for generations to come Only single

    Range. If You Arc Planning To Build It Will 8. Port Royal's Beach Club is on 425 feet family dwellings can be built, now or forever

    L Pay You To Check Our listings. of white powder sand beach, directly on the No speculative building is permitted; no cooperative

    Gulf of Mexico. The Club itself is a "gem. apartments; no commercial buildingsof

    like structure without peer on either coast any kind. Space required between resi-

    or anywhere in between," said an eminent dences is 60% more than the highest zoning

    1 journalist It was designed by John Volk of requirement in Naples. No overhead electricor

    ,4dtaf e' ,4440date4 Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsIn telephone wires are permitted to cross

    Florida. streets or enter homes except underground.This .
    In the two THE TENNIS fAVILIOIt AND COURT It f.o
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    ,: ( applies everywhere except
    forotr awd lineal rtfottlonol ooncoollonlo anewm
    9. Memberships in the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve ,,,,. .ptr". Alto Knllth, tr., ur ono kovllns'on II
    I ultM4 0 not for sale. Only owners of Port Royal years ago.) Many other sensible protections tko green //II.rep Slamono, ,*elo..,.*.,.

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