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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 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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40th YEAR-NUMBER 140 10 Pages 10 CENTS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12, .1964 u_ _
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NEW DELHI, India (AP) : '
Prime Minister Nehru's ruling ;
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Congress party has appointeda :
panel to make a sweeping In. j Then Rob HimMIAMI
vestigatlon of alleged corruption ,' .t
among key party leaders.

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MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) (I
Responding to a peace plea .HI BEACH (AP) Dade lulls with pistols and told themto of paper in the bedroom. While }
from U.N. Secretary.General U County mayor.elect Chuck Hall remain calm and lie down on one gunman\ escorted her thereto
Thant, the government of Somalia and his wife went home early the kitchen floor. get It the other said to me, '
has ordered an ImmedU lj today from an election victory The Halls compiled with the 'Congratulations, Mr. Mayor !
ate cease-fire In Its border fight :1 part)'-and got robbed at gun. robbers' orders to hand over You know, i voted for you"
with Ethiopia. .I j\ point. their jewelry and pocket funds. Hall said the gunmen then or. ;L
Both Prime Minister Ablra.shld : "i Their two assailants departedwith Then Hall was ordered to unlockthe dared the Halls into a closet
All Shermarke of Somaliaand ;"t.. an estimated $20,000 la safe, which the men appar. promising that after leaving the ...lJI. Q -
Emperor Halle Selassie of cash and jewelry after locking ently had tried for some time apartment they would telephone
Ethiopia hailed Thant's appeal, i.t(; the (Halls in a closet and appar. to open. police to come to the Halls' res. WILLIAM J, CUNNINGHAM
but each accused the other of ;: pI ently making good a promiso "1 couldn't remember the cue. One robber placed a chair
border violations. I they would call police later to Combination because I was so for Mrs. Hall and even placeda Local Teacher
rescue the couple. nervous," Hall said. "JackieMrs. cushion from the terrace on
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP- Hill told, officers he and hiswife ( Hall) couldn't remember it. To Appear Before
Antara news agency said today unlocked and entered their It either. They closed the closet door on
authorities are Investigating the a apartment and "I sensed some '"We're just as nervous as the Halls, pushed the safe (House Committee
stoning of Communist party T thing behind me. you are,' one of the robbers remarked against It and left. Hall had the William J. Cunningham, a
headquarters at Banda Atjeh In "1 turned around and there door open In a minute or two teacher at Naples Senior I
northern Sumatra Jan. 30. v were two men. One wore a sort "Finally Jackie remembered and telephoned police Dot*.. High
Communist leaders In Banda of yellow cheesecloth mask and the combination was on a ..UpLBJ's tines were at the scene whon | Atjeh accused counterrevolu. the other had a white one. They lice headquarters got another D.c., Sunday, to appear next
tionaries and members of both had guns. They were about, New Idea call from sonoone who said "I'd week before the House Com
banned political parties of the 23 to 30 years of age, I would like to report> a robbery at tho mittee on Un-American Activities

attack. Judge. Man Getting 500 home of Mayor Hall" and hung ,
"One said 'good evening, Mr. He will represent the teach
TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)-The iJ" Mayor.' I thought at.first It was Letters Daily up.Hall, a travel agency operatorand ing profession before the com
Chinese Nationalist commanderof Ik ; some kind of joke." former Northwestern University mince Presently, he Is teaching
has ordered his : said his. mind PRINCETON N.J. AP-
Quemoy Hall he changed ( language Instructor, do. an adult class on Americanism
troops to hold fire against the when the Intruders covered the President Johnson's new Idea feated Winston Wynne Tuesday Communism
versus ,
Chinese mainland for the next man Is getting about SOO lettersa to lit wlltCl10n l for
79,170 38,003 an
offered the State for least the number of of
SCHOLARSHIPS by at and conducts a radio
three days unless the Reds start years day In response to his request the first major of Dade county. programon
something.The Board of Education have been won by the scholarship span. Miss Herman, for ideas. the subject.

order was designed to en. Carolyn Herman (I) and Barbara East. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Allen Herman State, FederalCooperation Prof. Eric Frederick Goldman Last summer, Cunningham
able civilians and Red troops of Princeton University was appointed attended the Governor's Cold
along the mainland coast to erly, senior students at Naples High of 613 East Lake Drive, plans to by Johnson last week to City CountyMap War Conference( In Tampa A {.j,

celebrate the Chinese lunar new School. The scholarships ($400 yearlyfor attend the University of South Florida IsNeededBryant keep new ideas flowing Into the Joint Effort graduate of Rutgers University,

year, which begins Thursday.Red four years or until a degree is and major In mathematics. Miss East White House Cunningham Is In his second #'
China announced Tuesdayit In interview Tuesday In Water
was withholding artillery fire granted) are presented to students erly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Goldman an said about 20 par cent, Program year ss a teacher In Collier
with five
against the offshore Islands dur. planning to prepare for a teaching Easterly, 1320 Crayton Road, will attend TAMPA. (AP) A growing offer Impractical suggestions; The scheduled meeting of City County vious teaching experience years pre-In
ing the holiday period. career. The students won the scholar. Florida State and major in education state government and cooper 23 per cent are serious sugges Manager Vince Wood and Water New Jersey.
tlon between state and federal (Ions by experts In various
Held
William
DAR ES SALAAM, Tangan. ships in a competitive examination and (NEWS photo) governments are necessary to fields; 90 per cent are good pro. Savidge Department with the County Commission
ylka (AP) President Julius must agree to teach upon graduation day to meet the needs of chang. posals from educated citizens To
was
Nyerere of Tanganyika calledon Ing times, according to Gov who are not expert In the field yesterday postponed Pays Deposit
the new organization of Af. Farris Bryant. about which they write, and the but newly elected Mayor
rlcan: unity today to consider' Bryant told some 200 Tampa remaining 5 per cent contain Archie Turner appeared and Coins In Meters,
forming a temporary African i Home. .Here For Talks; With LBJ Business and civic leaders at the personal appeals for mont stated the City was"mostwlll \d'isl'H Chief
security force to ing lu. < cr8UwKhtJnCwnmission !
prevent r cur.rence _.... 0" aunual Governor's Day luncheon .r .**"
of the army mutinies that that Is conservative.But In 'M.t; &,rljt 'will save money in
Tuesday he .watermanagement
WASHINGTON (AP) Brit Richard A. Butler, British Britain will refuse to cancel Us
hook East Africa last month. ain's Prime Minister Sir Alec foreign secretary, arrived 20 ;sale of buses to Cuba or join he said, "the problem Is Bill Henning In program" the long run coins If they In 'the deposit downtownparklilit ap.prupriate *
Douglas Home arrived today minutes ahead of Home from the U.S. economic boycott of not one of keeping our govern. Conflicting schedules prevented I
CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP-A for a twoday Anclo.Amerlcan New York where he had talks Cuba aimed at toppling prime ment exactly like It was, but Race For Wood and Savldge from !B; meters, Police Chief S,
dispute over whether there is summit session with President Tuesday with U Thant, the U.N. Minister Fidel Castro's regime keeping a kind of balance be. CountyCommissioner attending yesterday's called C.rulhers advises.
de facto segregation in Clndn. Johnson. secretary general. In an address at the 60th anniversary tween the growth of the state meeting. Turner said It will Today marks the. third day of
natl's public schools wound up The prime minister had been The American and British dinner of the Empire and our government's ability to take time to accumulate neccanary strict enforcement of overtime
today, alter a one-day school In Canada three days conferringwith chiefs normally confer a couple Club of Canada, Douglas-Home serve It." data, but a review of I parking vlol.&lInn8. which City
right where it start. contlnu. called the Soviet Union to There Is much criticism of In.t.rl.rence I Council ordered! at last week's
boycott, prime Minister Lester B. of times a year in the on
will he made and
ed='(n dispute and In the fed. Pearson. ing close S.Brltlsh assocla. join with the West in expanding by the federal government r City policies I II npollng. The meters were under
eral court, Lion trade with underdeveloped nations Bryant said, but in future meeting can be .('he- wraps previously for a 60-day
The Cincinnati School Board probable topics for the meet. to relieve their poverty. many cases "when you break duled. period| |
reported there was about 35 per Unemployed Got ings between the two leaders down what the federal and state The Commission In last Carulhitr!. mentions that an ex
cent absenteeism comparedwith Included trade with the Com. government are doing together, a week's meeting questioned the I)lre a normal 10 to 12 per cent To Stab munists, generally, and with Call NewsmenIn It begins to make sense." City's extra charge to water 1 the user i (if the space SO rents
for any given day in February Urge ; Cuba, in particular; the state The governor said many peo. t users outside the city limits, I If the ticket Is paid within 2dhours
of the Western Alliance; Southeast pie who got on the welfare rolls n and sought a review of Afterward, the tine Is
Three Are Dead Asia; and negotiations with Ruby ChangeOf during the depression are now R A policies city Iwo dollars, (Hours of enforce.
NEW YORK (AP-Gov. Nel. habitual recipients of govern. merit, for the Fifth Avenue area
the Soviet Union. .
.son A. Rockefeller today de. OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) An In Toronto, Douglas Home Venue TrialDALLAS mental relief. In an effort to get Commissioner Wesley DownIng meters are 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. Ii
scribed as "a shocking state. unemployed Oakland man today made plain Tuesday night that some of them off, he said, the { reported briefly on a con One policeman has been plac.l .
ment" President Johnson's com admitted the knife slaying of federal government has asked ference with Mrs. Casey l on full-time meter patrol, and '
ment that politics should be con. three strangers and serious at. (AP) Defense at. the states to reduce the case load Miller, chairman of the joint alter only two full days he has .Iil I';
fined to events within the na tacks on two other men, Oak. torneys planned to summon a of each welfare worker so that roumy-clty water management usnnl l up several books< of tickets
tion's borders. land police said.Homicide Water Cutoff Dallas newsman as their first they can study each case more Committee and a council hail contracted writer's cramp, 'i
The candidate for the Republican officers quoted witness today when they re. thoroughly woman, and Indicated every effort laruthers' reports f
presidential nomination Clarence Harold Hardy, 33, assaying sumed their bid to get the Jack To finance the hiring of ad. will be exerted toward cooperative The chief said he now I."walt. '
said that criticism of the na. he stabbed the men be. Ruby trial shifted out of Dallas. dttlonal Florida case workers, i ift for the merchants to start IompUlnlng"
tlon's foreign policy was entire cause "I just got an urge." Fidel The hearing entered Its third Bryant said, the federal govern. action.Commission. : about the !strict' I
ly legitimate "in view of the Police said the same knife Costing day with Ruby's defense team ment Is putting up $300,000 and Chairman enforcement of parking meters 1
way things have been going- was used in fatal slayings seeking to establish that a city the state 67000. Dewey Polly and Mayor Turner ()>n past occasions, the City has
or not been going." the latest on Monday. scarred by the presidential assassination Bryant said that 8,300 more exchanged words on future abandoned such enforcement In
Hardy was arrested in an ex. $$14,000 Month and the killing of employee are on the state payroll Friendly co operative efforts t le face of downtown merchants'
VAUDZ Liechtenstein (AP- tensive manhunt that was the accused assassin could not than when he took office! throe! DILL IIENNtMG hetween County and City c nmplalnts.
prlncfpaluy; produce an Impartial jury tc
of Liechtenstein when
The spurred Monday George years aco."lIIrher.
W.H. ((0111)) Hennlng today an.
announced Tuesday It Is setting Gllson a retired railroad con. hear the case. education has gotten
,
nounced that he would be Democrat
KINGSTON Jamaica (AP}- a
up a "corps of peace volunteerswho ductor, was fatally stabbed Fidel Castro only pinpricked A wide range of witnesses, In. a third of them, and I am glad," I<' andldate for electionto
will be sent in special mis. while returning home from a eluding a number of attorneys, he said "Society now demands
him. office of
the Americans but dealt the County Com.
slon to developing countries, fol. grocery store. He managed to self out of precious U.S. dollars testified Tuesday It appears unlikely that if a child has the ability to missloner from the 3rd DistrictIn Have Issues Candidates
lowing the example of the tell witnesses that the attackerwas with his water cutoff of the if not impossible, that gain a college education, he the May primaries I
States." a stranger. Ruby could get a fair trial in the opportun
United should be given
naval base at Guantanamo Bay Hennlng recently resigned Ms
Dallas.
In eastern Cuba. The trial Is scheduled to be. ity." position as superintendent of To Win GOP Leader Claimsler 1
Local Public Assistance Water facilities at the U.S. gin Monday, unless Dlst. Judge buildings at the Collier County
to Government Center make him.
base were almost back nor. to
Joe B. Brown grants a change
I mal only seven days after Castro of venue. DeGaulle Names self available WASHINGTON (AP) fiepub. said, the party had a strong.er .
turned off the taps in retaliation Chief defense counsel Melvin lie came to Florida In 1936 I II:lean National Chairman Wll. organization than In I960 and
Lower Than U.S. Averagegoes for the seizure of Cuban Belli said he would call Carl Diplomat For alter transferring from the Wash. 1 II lam E. Miller predicted today "we will have a candidate chosen
fishermen charged with fishing Freund of the Dallas News, au. Ington, D.C., post office to the II le "polstors notwithstanding"ie from the long list of people .
Inside Florida waters. thor of several stories since the Post In Peking Miami post office, At the Miami tl GOP has the organization, any one of whom can run
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS to needy persons over age By Improvisation and with assassination that have been pout office he served In several tI Ie> candidates and the Issues to this government better than any
63 number 117 locally. It Is abundant help from Jamaica, entered Into the court record. PARIS (AP) ne ForeignM supervisory capcltles and from w In In November known Democrat."
NEW YORK, Feb 10. The at the rate of 91 per 1,000 men the Americans now have The defense has produced 1 n i s try announced 1849 until he retired In 1959 "That doesn't mean I welcome Among those on "the long
Government has just released, and women In that age group. enough water for everything ex. several witnesses who testifieda officially today the appoint he was Superintendent of the II,," he told the National Press list"Sen-
In the first report of the kind This compares with the United cept washing cars, watering feeling exists that the 52-yeir. ment of Claude Chayet as Miami Beach Branch Post Office. c lube "I think the whole busl.l Barry Gold water opens
It has ever Issued, data on the States rate of 118 per 1000. lawns or wasteful wee Abandoned old nightclub operator be. French .1,,,-..P..... 14'.rr.I.- -.-.. ..-. In... In 1942 he volunteered for ness Is pretty sickening and I his California campaign tnrfiu---
amount of money being spent In The average amount they receive was the strict rationing smirched the city when he Peking. He will leave for Red service with the U.s. Navy and wish we could campaign,on Is declaring that he winner ol
Collier County for public aid. per month Is f 33 locally. that gave them water only gunned down accused preslden. China next Tuesday. served until 1946. As a lieutenant sues which do not strike at the that state's primary "will be
The number of people recelv. Assistance Is also provided U i three times a day for periods tlal assassin Lee Harvey Os Chayet will set the stage for commander, UJ5.N.K., he was personal Integrity of officials the Republican nominee" He J
Ing such assistance. as well as needy families with dependent of one hour each In the first wald Nov. 24, and that he would the arrival of France's first am. district postal officer for the 7th high places;. set his own chances for the
the amount they get each month, children under the age of 18. days of the crisis.. have to be convicted to bright bassador to Red China, who has Naval District and later postal nomination at 50.50 "but I'm
are detailed for the local area Of the 5,681 children< under 18 Castro's action deprived him en the city's image. not yet been named. affairs officer on the staff of the Miller, In his prepared re* nut betting yet."
and for every other part of the In Collier county, aid U requir.ed of $14,000 a month under a con. The killing of Oswald followed The ministry announcementsaid Commander Service Force Pacific marks, accused the White New York Gov. Nelson A. 15"
country. for 114 of them.A tract for the water. The speed by two days the death of Presl. Red China's newly named Fleet bawd at Guam. H'nue of s clumsy effort to Rockefeller opens a three-day
The report, entitled public average of $17 a month Is with which he had been cashing ident John F. Kennedy at the charge; d'affaires, Sung Chin. Since coming to Collier County frustrate the Senate Rules Committee round of speeches, handshaking .
Assistance In the Counties of the provided for each dependent.The this regular American check hands of a sniper a* the presl. Kuang, Is expected to reach he has retained Interest In civic investigation of Baker, coffee tours and teas 1,
United States," .Is from the De. remaining category cover testified to the pinch caused by dentlal motorcade moved Paris some time this week affairs and served two consecutive who resigned under heat as sec: as he presses tie candidacy in y
partment of Health,Education and ed In the report relates to per. the shortage of U.S. currency. through downtown Dallas. The way was cleared for (the terms as president of the retary to the Senate Democratic New Hampshire's presidential I
Welfare. manently and totally disabled peo. It appears that the Americansare Ruby sat amid his lawyersat appointment of the charge d'. East Naples Civic Associationand majority. preference primary March 10. 1.\l lAs
It shows, for the country as Pie in the 18 165 group not going to use Castro's the hearing, nervously wipe affaires when relations between was one of the first com. Miller said Information had to contentions that the primary I.';
a whole, that the declining rural Of the 8,781 I."ple locally water again even If It should be Ing his forehead and occasion Paris and Nationalist China mlssloners to be elected to the been made available to several will be meaningless) be. r
areas are the ones with In that age tt>* ., orJy 18 are offered. The plan Is to make the ally staring at the floor. Sev. were broken Monday. East Naples Fire Control Dls. newsmen Impugning the char. cause of the large number of ,
the greatest proportion of people receiving hi., tn. average ....,. base completely self*sulflctent. eral times he held whispered Chayet, 43, has been counsul trlct. acter of Don Reynolds, the In. entrants Rockefeller said "to t
requiring assistance. However, ment being (82 per month. Millions of gallons of water conferences with Ms counsel. In Oran, Algeria. He was s lie< has been active In Collier suranct man who told the com. tnoss who lose, that probably .
the average payments are lowest The grand total being paid to had been stored at Guantanamo Two and a half months in member of the French delega. County politics On Feb. I), mutes he gave then-Sen. Johnson will be the conclusion But to
In those very areas, It finds. local beneficiaries each month, for just such an emergency. The JaU have left him pallil. tlon to the Evlan-les-Balns peas 1962 he was elected the first a stereo set after selling a the ones who won, It la going [,
The highest are to families and under these programs 1s estimated American community of 10,000 talks that ended the Algeria president of the Collier County $100,000'Insurance policy on his .to be a very significant prU
Individuals In the far west, the at | 9,500. persons, Including 2,500 women conflict and gave Algeria its in Democratic Club and was reelected life mary" V!I:
west north central region and The Government points out In and children, was prepared Lent Starts Today dependence. to that office Feb. 12, The COP chairman said there Also on tl\e vote trail in New
the Industrial northeast. the report that there Is a wide when Castro cut the pipeline Chayet's first task in Peking 1963. He presently Is servingon can be no doubt the dossiers Hampshire, S e n. Margaret a
In proportion to population, range, as between one area and from the Yateras River five 40 Days To Easter will be to find quarters for an the club's board of directors "reportedly obtained from filesIn I Chase Smith of Main said she I
there are fewer residents of another, in the amount of aid miles away. embassy. representing the third District. the possession of the Air las I received a large number of
Cclller County receiving oldago granted through these Federally. More than a week's supplj, NEW YORK AP Lent be. Under the agreement between Hennlng resides in East Nap. Force, the State Departmentand I contributions for her campaign
assistance, which .Is a major assisted. programs. was on hand when the water can today, Ash Wecfaesday. Paris and Peking, the ice, Is 59 years of age, Is marr. the FBI" were leaked by''1 but "I don't know what to do
type of aid, than in many sec. It states that It la dependentupon was cut oil and more water la Christians observe 40 days of two governments will ex. led and has one daughter,pamela, persons "high In the present.with It because I don't usually
Uons of the country.Recipients local economic and social on the way from Jamaica and penitence, not Including Sun. change ambassadors within who will graduate from the Naples administration." I take any campaign tontribu.tlons. .
of such relief,which conditions the United States. days, until Easter, March 29. three months. Senior High School this. spring. la addition to the Issues, Mil. 'I ."
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ChapinRalph Airport Tag Getting Deadline Close; ; 2:> I IB


S. Chapin, 76, died !1 rt d{

yesterday at his home In Bo No ExtensionThe

nit a Springs. Funeral arrangements NotesBY i""
are being made at the deadline for purchasing JUNK CUFFS MI IWlfThis

Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapeland JOHN E. ZATE 1964 auto tags Is near (February was a busy week with were enduring all' right for they

are awaiting the arrival of Traffic on the scheduled nights 20) and Tax Collector A. p. winter visitors coming and going endured a night of sleeping in

relatives from the north.Wenger between Naples and Miami declined Ayers has announced his office The rental properties are Dick's boat. Something must

slightly from the previous will be open Saturday February just about filled to capacity and have gone awry somewhere for

week; however, the totals post. 15 commodate, from 8 car bin 'til noon, to ao It's hard to keep track of who they brought back only colds

ed through last Sunday night con. owners. is where. and stories of the big ones
Ayers anticipates a lasUmlnuterush living
Mrs. Mabel M. Wenger 66. tlnue to show a healthy Increaseover and consequent waiting In Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaydosof that got away. One might suppose

died yesterday at her home, last year's figures Naples lines unless "business picks up." : Cleveland. Ohio left last that a trip such as this
Airlines flew 193 dur.
1050 Eighth Ave. N. in* the period compared passengers to 137 Vehicle owners In the Interim week after a two-week stay in would be judged a success or

A resident of Naples for the In 1963. A veal noticeable change between Christmas and New Al Tatu's apartment on the bus 'allure by the number of fish

past 10 years. Mrs. Wenger in traveling habit is toeing noted Year's were mailed prereglstra iness Island. This Is the third aught. Not so. This fish-

moved here from Jonestown this year Many of the passengers tlon blanks. Excepting large + / a-- r ed'M' year the Gaydos have spent their less trip was reponed to be

Pa.Besides carried this year are trucks and trailers, the pre. vacation here and they have already 'Just great." The ways off ishjrmen -
registration slip states the cost
her husband, AaronE. "walkups" that Is, they request of the tags and fees. It has made their reservationfor are strange strange.

Wenger, of Naples, she is space only a few minutes be. been suggested that car owners next year. ays.
survived Miss fore flight time, and have no reServation The bowlers
by a duaghter, have their checks already made k5 As soon as the Gaydos depart are getting the
Anna Wenger also of Naples. or tickets. These last Kraft winning habit with the men's
out when coming to the tax cob ed. Mr. and Mrs. Cletls

Private funeral services will minute of requests the have been that filling lector office to purchase tags, K w kr tl'a and Mr. Kraft's parents from earn winning 2 games on Wednesday
many flights mljnt
be held at 1 o'clock Thursday otherwise go out with empty "This will save a lot of time," 'ti vf y m' Wllllamsvllle. N.Y.. moved In. and the Rookery Bay

afternoon at the* Earl G.Hodges seats. This trend Is a great con. Ayers said, "for the staff can These fo ks are friends of the ouples' Team winning 4 point I
Funeral Chapel with the Rev. complete another tag sale dur. and the Marco
trast to years past, wtienthepas. __ __ __ ___ __ _._ Dick Jureks. Pass Team wln-
time It takes to write m --- --- -----
Dr. Harland D. Fague pastorof senger manifests seldom changed lag the Mr. and Mrs. John Marshof Ting 2 points on Sunday. Mr.

the Emmanuel Lutheran once they were made out. While the check In the olflce.1tTallahassee has announced NEARING COMPLETION at 2640 North ner, vice-president of the organization Chippewa, Ontario who have and Mrs. Wittig substituted for
Church officiating. this change causes some confusion been staying In the apartment Dick Jurek and Hilda Tatu. and
Visitation will be held at the and problems, the airline there will be no extension of Trail is the new Wood Chrysler-Ply is expecting to announce grand open. adjacent to the Gaydos have he teams went to Wlttlgs'home

Hodges Chapel from 6 to 9 welcomes It as an indication Introduced many. the 1963 deadline tags after and midnight motorists February with mouth Dealership building. Don Tur- ing for the latter part of February postponed their departure and after the bowling for a little
new travelers are being
o'clock tonight. -- another week. I :elebration.
are
to the service In and out 20, will be subject to arrest. staying

of Naples.In .; ', ,;' think the winter visitors read Felix Buchenroth Sr.. one of
keeping with a policy in. ;; about the weather up north and the season guests at the Islesof
McRoryFuneral Cab
reduced last year the Federal Discharging: I 1" I' (\." ." ......,...l..,.,.". then look out the window at Capri Marina and Motel.reports
services for Bernard Aviation Agency arranged to havea Passenger Hit "'niwv our sunny skies and blue water a nice 6-1/2 pound red-
.
J. McRory 84, who died here representative ride a round trip r think about the fish swimming fish and several releasesof

Monday will be held at 9 o' with Naples Airlines on one of By City Truck ',r.? e around there in the bays and snook this week.

clock Friday morning at St. the regular flights. This "route While Robert Lee Cartwrlght, ;'Ij''" o "v \\I then decide to stay another Mr. and Mrs. BUI Pace from

Ann's Catholic Church. The check" Is conducted to check owner of a local taxicab com. I ,. OJ week. We permanent residentsfeel Kendall Fla. spent the week-
condition of j' f
funeral mass will be said by pilot proficiency, pany, was discharging a pass. ': '1'1\:1". : the same way -- we hateto end at the Marina and Motel.

Fr. Bernard J. Hickey pastor. aircraft flight records and rutintwnance and Is similar and enger on Fifth Street,South,near .. 't'f\ I r/ leave the Isles. Their catch consisted of snapper

.Prayers for the dead will to the checks,given the larger Fourth Avenue South, Tuesday ::1 Mr. and Mrs. CharlesKe and sheepshead. the largest
afternoon Eddie Rice ,of FortMyers '..;f t't
be said \ 6
at 8 o'clock tomorrow carriers. Other flights of this i enberg of Clarence Center sheepshead weighing pounds.
driving a city of Naples r
night in the chapel of the nature will be given in the <
near truck, backed out of-an alley and N.Y. (this is near Wllllamsvllle -
Richard A. Pittman Funeral future to all the pilots flying the Into the cab.Damge r ...., J naturally) spent last AT THE LODGE

Home.( Visitation will be from various equipment on the Naples. to the cab was estimated )_ \t Fite'. \':'tt v'< "w' week with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Guests at the Isles of Capri

7 to 9 tomorrow night at the Miami route. at $40. No appreciable f\t l .,, Jurek. They are now at the Fishing Lodge last week were
Plttman Chapel. Interment will Ray Mendes started his duties Mr. and Mrs. Pete Parker
Mr.
damage was done to the truck. Seminole Trailer Park but
be in Naples Memorial Gar- as a "Golden Gate sight The accident occurred at 3:24 fIM,:" '. : spend a lot of time on the Is and Mrs. Tommy Taylor and
\ last Is .
seeing pilot Monday. Ray 'j .
Mr. and
dens. p.m. Tuesday. les. Mrs. Bill Isaacs of
replacing Maurice Bohmer who'left
Pallbearers will be Nicholas Ky. They
George spent most
Naples to return to bis native -
T age William Kepp Alto OH of the week fishing and ended
Columbia last week. Burglars Get $30 S WELL FAREWELL!
I Iatcher. "H .! -.::... wt ncer. The time comes when excuses up with 28 redflsh. 21 snook
CHARTERS
By Breaking Into run out and departure and approximately 150 sheeps
Charter fll<*continue' to : head
City Brotherly make up a good portion of the cannot be postponed and this and 100 snapper.Mr. .
Here
Elks Club
flying activity.Six charters were week Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banksof and Mrs. Paul Harrison

Love To Conduct operated between Naples and Police were today searching 'JI"r East Amhurst. N.Y., left and son. and Mr. and Mrs.John

Miami, Including flights for Mr. for burglars who broke Into for home after a two-week stay Wood, all of Miami we re guests

Operation CupidPHILADELPHIA and Mrs. J. Newton Pew, Mrs' the Naples Elks Club on Thir at the Isles of Capri Marina at the Isles of Capri Fishing

(AP)-Phll. P. O. Harrison and J. N. Sher. teenth Avenue South last night 4 r yr ...... and Motel. The third mem- Lodge. They did a lot of shel-;

adelphla Postmaster Anthony I. win. Other flights during the week stealing approximately $30 "Jfti ber of their party, Lloyd ing and fishing catching mostly

Lambert says a special mall Included trips to Daytona Beach from the rash drawer. A cigarette 1 .' Carmer, took them over to sheepshead and snapper. Mrs.
West Palm Beach Lantana
collection will be made Thur two to plus vending, machine belong 't4i Miami and returned to the Isles Harrison caught a nice 8-

day to Insure that Valentine Those Tampa riding Naples. Miami ing to the ,Ell Witt Company 1i! where he established him- pound 7-ounce redflsh on. a
greetings reach their destination 10-pound line.
last week Included: 8. F. BrtggsD was also broken intc ao Jfiae ant self in Tatus' efficiency apart-
Lambert on time calls Valentine's the operation Day Mrs. A. Ingraham E. A. of an undetermined amounts t tor .. ,(" ';': ,-- ment on Pelican Street and Despite the recent cold and

"Cupid collection" 1 "Doug" Hendry Mr. and Mrs. len. stayed a few more days. He wind brave souls going out

Ben Tate, and Mrs. J. G. Sam. Entry to the club house was ': I .) left for his home in Williams- have been bringing In good catches

pie who rode round trip In the gained by jimmying the lockon r UIa \ yule last Saturday. I wonder, of bottom fish.
Everyone Reads. Tl NEWS: same day. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Bill
the kltchexf door according ", Is there anyone In Williams' Jaworski
.b. r
to Dete .\Tack BUss .. vllle who does not come to the were hardly settled in their
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PUBLIC HOnCl. PUBLIC NOTICE who made thetinv don Isles, of Capri, in the winter? nice new home before they had

4 iHO'fI08I.) HUIIIY Id4vttl"",'tt.by'LLihoruyof:1c'.e:;Jt.1t. &.:aw. :: : TALL CONCRETE .de was lowered up 4<\traffic light which; 'wilt regelate Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burney: guests. Mr.4f and 1 tma'Mlch Mrs. RussellAoijbweU '
( ;
% ''l'ehcufvct.L the f 11gl : un91.1p.5.t.eJ9deed: ,"u ..."Ii.lby- th 'hr'i g ,.II Int'Place( yest9rd. .eFltilTg !f"i'' I tNffhbatlho'busy intersection Signaf: Uleff'Mton'day'Fof"a"trp"fo: :their :.
lens ',, C.Snty, paid to 1h. r.cordeha, : y"4T former home' In'New Orleans:.'I spent last weekliere with them!
$" proof of claim, by "itu. of 0 ecordad d.ed I. p.nted on 0' biter. Avenue
the Cleat" day of March. 1164. F111ur. to claim poy".nt within sold dots Meets ThursdayA ner of Seventh North and should be Installed In about 10 days, This is their first trip back These two families were friends
will ,.,ult in ..Id mOnl" b.lna ,paid Into tho 0.nenl, R.v.nuo Fun when the
0' Colli.r CnuntytPrepsrty Tamiaml Trail. This pole, and another City Manager Vince Wood says there since they moved to the Jaworskis( lived In

Apparont Record Owner D.ed R.coded meeting of the Cypress diagonally across the corner, will hold (NEWS photo) Isles. They don't expect stay Michigan. Southwells were taking
Tu C.rt
Involved Grange to be held at the Woman's .. very long and it will be goodto the long way from Michigan -
Lot I Stock' 30 M". !Plot J.nuono 01 IJ pt 417 Club Building on Park have them back here. to Arizona when they stopped
Unit J. Slay AI.".'." U. 77 0' 1117 Announce Slate
N.plas Park Havens Cub. Street at 8 pjn.Thursday Feb Mrs. McMwrry I knew very welt< that Daisy here. _

Lot IS M... L.b.l' E.tob.n.r 01 31 pt 500 Iii of INS ruary 13, has been announced Of Officers For Valentine and her guest Mrs. Bookmobile day is next Wed
H.II.ndoio 362 IW 4 It. MIami by Mrs. Loretta McKenna, Brookhouzen would be catching nesday the 19th.County .

WI/s of 514. S.nsmin Luke. 01 II p'm 45 of 1900NEN Grange officer Civic AssociationA fish last week and she reports

swig.NEta leo 11. C/o Outlaw I W.3rd. Fu.mina., slate of officers and directors Has A SecretBY they are catching snapper by Accepts
Twp IZ I 441 NE 1M Terrace the dozen and having them for
Shoplifting for 1964 has been -
A,. U E, UI.'. 62. "I.. ; Drop an Plat Filed For
nounced for upcoming Naples ENGLAND car at times still pleading" breakfast. This snapper for

Block Lolo 3140. W.It.1l1.77th, /rune SL OR I PS 450''. 79 of IUO Charges Against Civic Association elections. Acquaintances of Mrs. C. J. She said. Today Limpy appears breakfast business is new to New DevelopmentA

Tnll Estates MI.m'' S..ch Fla. t"' Brazilian BeautyMIAMI Those named by a nomina- McMurry 1985 Crayton Road, well able to care for himself, Mr. and Mrs. Brookhouzen and

orMr. ting committee consisting of consider her a good Samaritanand she added. they think it's fine. It's especially subdivision, plat presented

.. 101' (AP) A shoplifting Chairman George Huntoon among the champion fisher Mrs. MuMurry was reluctantto fine for Mr. Valentine by the Everglades Shores
lot NE Molly I" Silver Si OR I 4 PC charge against Miss Universe, Mrs. Edgar Everhard William men In South Florida "She can disclose her success secrets, and Mr. Brookhouzen for they developers was accepted for
No. Mllml Peach I'lt. ,' + 19-year-old leda Vargas of Bra. catch fish, where most of uscan't but admitted she never used live
don't have bait the the
even to filing yesterday by County
C. Kite.C.AlptnSparks Nelson
all has been in Munlcl. bait. but lures she
"Nothing
Lots n. 31 Antonio Granite ot u_. Da 31 P' 30 214 01 Itll dropped Sanford and Henry Watkins Jr.. even ret a bite, said hook or take the fish off the Commission meeting but with
elk 11 pal Court. Bob Macauley
101 10 Rlcherd! It. who had Just been
Unit I. ledfod Penn She had been charged with are as follows: presented a expound snook said.Llmpy volunteered the Information lines. Commissioner Wesley Downing
h.pln Park by Lt. Col. and Mrs. Everett
stealing $24.92 worth of panties, President -- F.D. Unkeferi Mr. McMurry. her favorite lures were dissenting.
E14.NE14. Tom Hom'lton' OR" pre 201 22 01 19"NWIII.NEIIo girdles and other clothing. 1st vice president .. Artie L. Most of us would have been the spoon and the white Jig Gilland returned Saturday from Downing was objecting to any

41 toll HW nth /t MI.ml Bond of $500 was returned aft. White; 2nd vice president -- calling for a photographer and Tampa bringing with them Lt. approval before a satisfactorywater

:OCR:. 1r E, er the store withdrew its com. Mrs. Edgar P. Everhard; secretary dancing for delight with a catchof Rod And Gun Club Col. Gllland's sister and her and sewer system was

plaint.It such a snook. But in husband Mr. and Mrs. E.S. assured. The elevation of the,
Lot 42 1'10' 72 M H Dav'' I'op.rt'' Doed o"oded 214 01 INS -- Mrs. Thomas this in.
N.ples Unit 0. Park Louis East I't Ooldt.in..ddo. My..... 0' to M.H. Davis said It did not want to Murray treasurer -- Walter stance, not Mrs. McMurry. Adds FacilitiesFor Olin from South St. Paul. Min subdivision between Carnes-

.. unknown create an International incidentor Rogers directors -- She was pleased, of course, nesota. The Ollns flew to Tam- town and Ochopee was said to

Lots 21, 21 Robert 1"'nIo OR 4 PS 334 17 01 1110 hurt the Miss Universe One ;Phillips:, Walter.Judge Segl; but the her time aim In casting a lureat Sportsmen pa on Thursday and joined the be about four feet.

I Ilk I 2121 HE 13' pageant Robert Eckles ....A. was to catch a lady. EVERGLADES .. Facilities for Glllands at the home of Gillands' The Health Department
said Anderson
Toll [sits Tor' ce. Mloml A lawyer for the pageant fish, perhaps a jack or a blue
the arrest resulted from a mis. Justus Wakelee and S. W. Mc- fish to feed "Limey" sportsmen with boats have been daughter and her family agreed that 25 homes might be
lot 40 Ilk" Juan Fernando Hovot. Deal .oorded 211 01 1111I completed at the Rod It Gun Mr. and Mrs. Robert La Brenz. built and use septic tanks but
I Unit 6. Cub. 211. Havana Cub.. to M H. Davis understanding and a language Cune. Now that's another story, but
N.pl.s I'.k er M.H. Dtvj. Prop.rtte rropertlsI barrier. The petite brunette The election will be held at it led to the big snook catch. Club Lodge here with Installation Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Loach drainage and poor soil percolation

I Lot 11 Ilk 11 Ampar.s. H.' .ndOi Deed ecorded 252 N III'Un.t speaks only Portuguese. the association's annual membership Mrs. McMurry who fishes the of a two-ton jib crane and and Rosemary moved into their would demand a central
I. Void... to M.H. Davis" canals and bays in the boat hoist. new home on Pelican Street water and sewer system possibly -
Nominationsare Moorings
Maple Park Cello M No 100, Proper-tie. meeting. The lift will be available to
Marlene' Cub. Lauderdale Maps accepted from the floor on along in December discovereda over the weekend. It's a love- beyond this point.
or M.H, Davis ProparttetI blue the public, for a service charge bonds
big heron home wanted
that occasion but In the on one of the ly with a river view Downing post-
past as well as for use by
I Lot IS Ilk IS Juan ".Ptrnandai Nevot. Deed recorded 259 01 lift Easter ProgramFor nomination has been bays with a broken leg. Since guests which extends all the way up ed to assure that central systems
tantamount of the Rod ear Gun.
Unit S. or MH.'Oovl. Proportlo' to M,H. Davl' that time fishing for sheer before sales
sport to Coconut Island. were in any
Maple Park Properties CollegiansFORT to election. has taken New boat trailer parking fa.
second place to ef.
Lot 1'.S Mrs. Molly Silver OR 4 Pf 101 71 01 INC LAUDERDALE, Fla. forts to provide Mlmpy" with cilitles have been added and were made.A .
i I Incl I 101 NE IM et.I :. (AP) Fort Lauderdale again Boat InspectionAt a meal. live bait, food, beverage and NICE SURPRISE review of the control of
Trill Eitete
I Miami Pact plans a varied entertainment Monday morning Mrs.McMur. fuel services are available at Mrs. Cecil Cupps Sr. and sales held by the Installment

Lot 17 Ilk II 'Itobel Hernandei. Valde. Dd. recorded. IS1 of INS program to keep collegians out Skipper Smith ry visited llmpy's camp,and fish. the hoist site This Includes die Ed Massart, who are spendingthe Land Sales Board appeared to
I Unit I. Cello M J:10O* to M H DevH
Maple Park Marlcaneo. Cuba. Properties' of mischief in this south Florida ed her mightiest, but nOluckandpoor sel fuel and marine white. winter with Lt.Co1.and Mrs. assure other commissioners
or M.H. Dvl' Propertl' resort at Eastertime.The Marina SaturdayThe limpy went hungry. The Rod & Gun now has 1,000 Cecil Cupps. Jr., were plea- the board was acting with pro-

MARGARET T SCOTT program was Instituted in U. S. Coast Guard Auxl., Bridge was on Mrs.McMurry'i feet of new concrete dock front. santly surprised Friday after- per thou to future buyers.

Clerk Collier Circuit County Court. Florid 1982 to prevent a repetition of llary Naples Flotilla 93, will afternoon schedule, but following\ Ing on the Barron River with noon by a visit from Mr. and Weimar developer,

'.b, U. 1964 JraUNUSUAL. s: the wUd Easter vacation of 1961 'continue with free boat examinations .I' that, and without stopping to don electric power, fresh water and Mrs. Clair Bane their next and Engineer Ed Brownell assured
r when hordes of beer-drinking Saturday Februan IS, her favorite fisherman's hat, she telephone available every 20feet. commissioners that
I dropped by llmpy's hangout to The dock Is lighted for door neighbors back In Butler
students taunted police and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and night use bonds wUl be posted to cover
Pa. The Banes
I catch him a meal. and fishing. are spending
were arrested by the hundreds. this time at Skipper Smith's Ma.
If the students come in peak rlna. All boat owners are invited | That's when the big .nook hit The Barron River has a mini three months in Lake Worth. installation costs of the cen

DJoit J numbers possibly as many as to bring boats for this*' her line She had help landing mum mean tide depth of eight Accompanying the Banes we re tral systems after a feasibility
50,000 will be here over a 15. free service the prize catch from two men feet and channel Is marked and Mr. and Mrs.R.1.Cenottefrom study had been completed.

day period.A The Courtesy Motorboat Ex. who happened to drive by and lighted out to Indian Key on Kankakee. 111., who are also This was a part of a written

ANDIESGIVE program mapped by civic aminatlon (CME) is one of the saw her In the battle. the Gulf 01 Mexico The Barron spending the winter in Lake agreement which is to be filed

groups provides maximum en. services performed for fellow And that makes another story.It Is the halfway point for boatmen Worth. The visit was all too with the accepted plat.

I tertalnment and minimum idle boatmen by qualified examiner teems Mrs. McMurry'a between Key West and lower Fort My. short for they were scheduledto

time. It will cost the city $15. members of the Coast Guard prowess as a fisherman has ers on Florida's west visit friends in Naples and Naples
It is 75 miles drive westt Jaybees
w''IIIN'I'u' 000. Included are dances beach Auxiliary an organization deal spread far and wide. She seeks coast. return to Lake Worth that sane
Miami on the Tamiaml Trail
A parties boat cruises, athleticsand cated to boating safety. out the spot where the fish an of Plan Record Hop
A decal biting and other (Rt. 41) day.This
gift certificates. will be awarded to fisherman spot item is
a little late
BEAUTIFULHOLLINGSWORTH'S All a student needs is a "hel. boats meeting minimum Federal her car, and It Isn't long until but deserves At Beach Park
lo" tag costing 25 cents. requirements and certain safety she has other fishermen for com Holland certainly mention.
Senator
The weekend before last Naples Jaybees are planning
a
+-- practices recommended by the pany. At least, that's the way big
HEART
LADIES auxiliary.The the story Is told In Town TomorrowUnited fishing pany departed from the a record dance Friday nightat
/ /M- FREE > Coast Guard and This 1 reporter never learned Isles of Capri. Destination Lowdermllk Park by the
i many
b TONITE It s state authorities honor the de. whether Limp rot a meal after States Senator Spes- Shark River Aim tarpon. beach immediately followingthe

11 ACK lKC cal.For the snook episode, but did learn sard Holland will be In Naplestomorrow Boat Dick Jurek's. This Naples High School basketball -

Pest Time further Information call: that Llmpy Is quite a blreS. Mrs. and will be honored party was made up of Jin game. Charles Holt

8:15 Robert Pleclty m 2. 072.N McMurry said Llmpy five feet could of come her by:ColllerCoumy Democratic; Wittig. John Marsh, Charlie president of the organization
Barker Jour or
within Club with a coffee meeting. It Kelenberg. Al Tans, and Dick announced today.
"He could gulp
fish.
.t lonr Spring. \1{ W. CLOUSER and take a will be held at the Yacht
rcnmtntm*. theMETROPOLITAN 1& IS Inch Udvfl DOG'RACES LIFE and with the fish tall sticking out Club at 3:15 pvn.Announcement. all right apd then these! everyone is invited Holt said

Drugs INSURANCE COMPANY of Ms mouth, plead for more. was made by stout (I use this word in the The charge: win be '75 eau
I ...... A_ ..... vwa i*. N. v, Ladyfish were her favorites.'* William Itennlrg. former president sense of Webster's second'de drag and M cents stag.
Life and Ptnonal Accident of the Democratic Club _
"Sometimes tf my luck finition, I.... strong, sturdy
end Health __
Et Naples Shopping Pleas InsuranceP was bad, Limpy would follow enduring fellows '
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North sentod
U.S. 41 w feu MS IV down Americans each ese about 400
Ml facia
Phone MI 2-6494 me wherever I went, even to my Drive C r fjUy AM Uve for some serious
fishing.
They I pound of paper a year.

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v WaL i, Beatles Jelly Humidity High Temperature, DrainageHouse t i r : 1".4, ,'..,,"",1' .'.. :'J i.( IJ:-A,, '::7.7oetry Corner"Insomnia"

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I plants are one of the '" ;
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to any Interior decoraU
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WASHINGTON (AP) The Ing scheme But for many, they ,
Beatles, Britain's rock 'n' roll seem Impossible to grow Sleep, oh sleep, where are you?
otegoBy sensations with the ragmop hairstyles Dr. J. N. Joiner, associate .., ,c I Why do still ?
you stay away
rocked the capital's teen. ornamental horticulturist with
JANE MARTIN age set who showed their appre. the University of Florida's AgrU ;i Come at my call, I Implore you.

ciatlon by pelting them with cultural Experiment Stations,ex I am so weary come now, I pray
Jelly beans plains that most house plants
are native to tropical rain forest I restless and I about
In their first live American t am so toss ,
First off, let me correct an error that appeared in areas when they thrive under en
concert-that Is the way It was My mind will never be still
;
vlronmental conditions of
Sunday's column. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra of high
billed the four singers
temperature, high humidity,I light i I' I am stewing within and without,
will music drew
perform
it tomorrow night's concert, NOT Lorin yeah, yeah"
Intensities 30 60
from to
Hollander. squeals and screams Tuesday) ranging My thoughts will not yield to my will.
percent full sunlight, and where
night from some 8,000 young.
Beginning with this concert and at all future con sters, mostly girls In the Wash. soils are predominately add,po. I can neither recall nor forget,
rous and relatively high Inorganic
certs members are requested to present their membership Ington Coliseum. material Therefore! Many things rise up to distract;

cards at the door to be punched by Mrs. John Dressed In tight gray suits these are the conditions that A I fume, and I fuss, and I fret;
Pulling J. Elms Howard John with black Chesterfield collars, must be simulated In the home All that affirmed
Stealy Taylor or Bryam. they twanged away on their for best results. I've I retract.
Because the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is expectedto electric guitars to the pound.
The soil mixture used shouldbe Oh Morpheus and enfold mel
come
Starr.
drums of
draw a capacity crowd Spencer Allendorf will be in ing Rlngo
one that allows for excellent
Oh slumber can't embrace ?
why me
charge of and assist usherettes Linda Hanson, Mary Ellen All In all, It was deafening. drainage, yet will hold a high you
amount of moisture for root If only some power would hold me,
Meade, Pat Scholtz, and Jean Johnson.A Every time one of the boys grow.th.
shook his shaggy locks the au. Dr. Joiner suggests using Or rub me out and efface mel
column or two back, I mentioned that the Republican -dlence shrieked. coarse sand or perllte'to provide

Club was planning a fashion show, but they have Venders sold cotton candy, aeration qualities, and peat to ....... I:' January 26, 1964 R. E. Adams

cancelled. However other shows peanuts and large buttons with give waterholdlng capacity
don't despair two are
the legend "1 love These Items mixed In equal parts IGNATIUS GENNUSA, soloist with the Baltimore Sym.
scheduled at the Beach Club coming soon. On the 20th Also available, were Beatles wigs that by volume should give excellent phony Orchestra, which performs for members of Announce Gifts Three ChurchesAt
the Civic Association will have its annual luncheon and results under many different con.dltlons. .
would allow to the
a wearer give a Using this mixture In a 1964 Naples Community Concert Association To White ElephantGifts
meeting concluding with styles from several Naples shops. reasonable Imitation of a Bea. pot with adequate drainage holes Thursday, February 13th. at 8:30: p.m in the Naples EvergladesSet
Mrs. Candler Brooks and Mrs. J. M. Cline are cochairmenfor tie or a shaggy poodle. will virtually eliminate over. Senior High School Auditorium. to the White Elephant
While they banged out their Sale for use as prizes In the
this event assisted by Mrs. Clarence Pearson, Mrs. hit songs, the audience tossed watering.The hospital Information contest have
Day
Edgar Everhard, and Mrs. Anton Nystrom.And jelly beans at the stage. In Brl humidity In most homes bt'en1stI'd\ by contest chairman Prayer

on Monday, the 24th, the Friends of the Librarywill tain Jelly beans are called jellybabies. sert approaches areas. that Therefore common, anything to di Introducing : Mrs, F, W. Shick as Including EVERGLADES Friday, Fob.
In some mysterious way a three.yard pink damask table
14, the three local churches
gather at the Beach Club for luncheon, a fashion they have become identified to Increase air moisture is help. cloth and 12na4dnsfromGattle'sFine ; will ruary Join together In one groupto

show by Zita Inc., and a bridge/ game. with the Beatles. Among the ful, Dr. Joiner states Researchhas Quality Linens,Third Street recognize the day let aside

Good weather (what's that?) good company, good jelly beans were peanuts, combs with shown adequate that bottom nonporous drainageare pots Mr. Gi nmisH South In Naples; a $29 gift for a worldwide prayer servicefor
and apparently anything else certificate to Abercrombie and
will beheld
The service
food, good fishing, good everything, report Mr. and Mrs. that came readily to hand. best for most house plants, Fitch Company, made by an peace at 8 p.m. in the Community

John Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Leston Faneuf, the Herman After the show the Beatles because there Is no loss of water anonymous donor; and two round. Church with Rachael Wilson as
through the walls of the pots And Clarinet
Teetors and Mr. and Mrs. William Romey. They are helped raffle off prizes at a trip flight tickets from Naplesto leader.
masked charity ball at the Brl. Light Is another problem encountered Miami, given by Naples Air. Beginning in the islands of
back from the Bahamas aboardan
weeks
just two cruising tlsh Embassy. Most of the with house plants since Ignatius N. Gennusa, who has i Symphony, the National Sym. lines the pacific, a stream of prayer
80-foot schooner.Mr. prizes were Beatle record al. rooms In most homes are too been solo clarinetist with the phony, and the National Broad. flows round the world on that

and Mrs. Romsy, who live in Richmond, Ind., bums dark, even on bright days, for Baltimore Symphony Orchestra,, casting company radio orches. Caroline Kennedy day until it reaches the outer
Today they return to New best plant growth This can be for the past 12 years, began his i. tra. Earlier in his career he most islands of Alaska.
came back to Naples and are houseguests of Mr. and York, for concerts In Carnegie partly solved by putting plants solfuge\ Instructions at the age>I was first clarinetist with the Sent ValentineBy Gifts will be channeled through

Mrs. Teetor. Hall. only near windows, or bi placing of 10 with his father, an amateur Ballet Theatre orchestra andthe the Division of Home Missionsand
This Sunday Mrs. Holmes' son and daughter-in-law, them under strong Incandescent trombonist. lie started orchestras of Radio City Music First Grade the Division of Foreign Mis
WASHINGTON (AP) More or flourescent lights and keeping clarinet studies at the age of 11, Hall. DALLAS (AP -Flrst.jradersat slons of the National Council of
Dr. and Mrs. James R. Webster Jr., arrive from Wilmette, than 8,000 screaming Beatle these lights on most of the day. and at the age of 18 receiveda lie has been a member of the a private Dallas school have Churches.

III., for a 10-day visit. fans turned out Tuesday nightto Water your house plants often scholorshlp at the Curtis Institute peabody Conservatory faculty sent poignant Valentine wishes Strike
WELCOME "HOME" hear the mopJiUred British enough to keep the soil moist, of Music, under the tutelage since 1950, in addition to being to Caroline Kennedy, 6.year-old
singers but the teeiwaged Johnson but there should never be free of the famous Daniel Bon ado. a member of the Baltimore Sym daughter of President Kennedywho EndedROME
Nice to see Mrs. P. Mackay Sturges, of New York girls were not among them. water standing In the pot. Avoid Upon! graduation from CurtisIn phony Woodwind Quintet was assassinated In Dallas In Italy

City, back in town. Mrs. Sturges plans to be here for The White House press office cold drafts during the winter 1942, Gennusa enlisted In the Gennusa is married to a first Nov. 22.The (AP>-Jtaly's striking
two months and at present time is occupying the JosephOlivers' said today that Lynda Bird months. United States Navy and served 4 violinist in the orchestra, and 44 children attend St. hospital workers suddenly cus.
Johnson, 18, after attending the The best way to fertilize Is years, including active combat he and his wife, Dorothy, find re* Thomas Aquinas School. pended their walkout and went '4
home on 16th Avenue, South. diplomatic reception Tuesday with soluble mixtures available'duty aboard the aircraft carrier taxation on their 29-acre farm A lacy, four-football valen.tne back to work Tuesday. \

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Lyon Jr. of Geneva, III., night, got In some study. Lucy at most garden supply stores. I U.S.S. Randolph. "Happy valley" In pcnnsylvan. ( was finished Tuesday, and The 12,000 hospital workers-

are at their home on 15th Avenue, South, until early Baines Johnson, It, stayed Frequent light applications are Before joining the Baltimore la, where each summer he a picture of It with the studentswas pharmacists, doctors' assistantsand f'"
home "to hit the books," a better than Infrequent heavy eppllcatfons ;I SymptumyGennusa served. so. conducts a "master class" in mailed to Caroline, along medical aides- !nded their'
April, and Mrs. Lyon is busy revising and putting the spokesman said. lo clarinetist with the Chicago clarinet, giving lessons dally and with hand.prlnted personal me*. planned three-day walkout. _
finishing touches on another book due for publication In ensemble classes to pupils who sages .
live In as part of the family "Dear Caroline elen burton*
the fall. Soon Mr. Lyon's sister, Miss Frances Lyon, of > during the instruction valentine Kennedy, the
Snacks for Lent and Laterbasket period. said. "We love you.
Detroit will arrive for a visit. Gennusa's solo number Wish we could say this In per. Left over, and lemons In th
Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Frazer will give a this Thursday will be Weber's son, but since we can't, have a LEMON TREE
"Concertino for Clarinet", Or. happy Valentine's Your
Day
CECILY BROWNSTONE
By
cocktail at their home on 15th Avenue South. ..,,
party ,
Associated Press Food Editor 7 chestral numbers on the pro. first-grade friends" Impulsively
Among those who will be there are Mrs. Frazer's parents, ;, gram will include the Berlioz In brief, simple letters, the Marked Down Merchandise
AAr I. ,,5. spendingthe ALMOST EVERY good \hostess si L.1 ( .".,:\ Overture "Le Carnaval Ro. children talked to Caroline. Right now Girls'cotton
i
a.ncj./Ari. Gregory. JJbfli r.y;, are hs* 11 (own specialties that she t.; main '., C I
6
Harold TJll orgeann-Urpdy, wrote
rtidnth of February with Mrs. W. Cheel, Fourth can wfllp up at a moment's notice. '. r Merry lfianks'i by Strauss, and "I hope you are'smart In first knits and boys' "robes' "'"

Avenue, North. When witted you cook find, take such note s of quick.her ;} Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4. grade. I am sorry that your h Price

Mr Clarence Goldsmith will be here the end of the procedure, Only those persons holding daddy got shot I bet he Is In Backdoor Beach Patio Bid*
membership cards in the 1904 :heaven He was a good man."
week from Ringoes, N. J. Mr. Goldsmith has an apart That's just what we did when Naples Community Concert As. 3rd St. South,

ment in the Gulf Shore Colony Club. we heard offer the that beat a friend of ours ,' social Ion will be admitted, and It Pays To Advertise
can tasting platterof -
all cards will be at the
Here for their annual winter visit are Mr, and Mrs. hot hors d'oeuvre in jigtime. punched
doors, which will be opened at
Edward Holland of Saratoga Springs, N. Y. They are With a country place in Maryland I., '730 p.m. to accommodate what

at the Beach Club for two months. to which the brings guests from la anticipated will be a record
New York
City, and a reputation crowd with
breaking "Standing
,
Also at the Beach Club are Mr and Mrs. Robert for being a fine cook, our friend Room Only" for latecomers.What's .

Cartmell who live in Middlebury, Vt. has to have some ahort-order -. -

Calling all Yale, Harvard and Princeton alumni. Invitations goodies Aa soon up her ss sleeve everyone has Your

are in the mail for 52 KNOWN alumni In Naplesand piled out of the car on a Friday

their wives, for the annual cocktail party to be heldat evening this hostess makes for I.Q.?
the kitchen. While her husband Hospital
the Port Royal Beach Club Wednesday, February 19th.If gets the drink a,the PUIII together
there are alumni who have not been contacted and the anack The!' malting' for them Did you know that .e .
The original capacity of the r II If j
would like information concerning the club and the party are on her country pantry helvea, *
in the refrigerator! or in the hospital was SO beds and 10

they are urged to call Charles Draper MI 22748. or fresh supplies she .... bassinets?
In 1959 Mr. Ernest Noyes, class of 1897, now deceased brings from town. \.xrtfJY An additional blldl were addedto

instigated the forming of The Yale Club! and service One of Is the using tricks aluminum to this easy foil. HURRY-IP SNACKS Iron'' ill,c pan tr \ heII.llake I on the Board hospital of Trustees 1963'1A acts as

served as its first president. Mr. William H. Dickinson, All the snacks are placed on the aluminum foil mJ. ave pan wjsliing.'" the controlling body responsiblefor

Yale 1902, was vice president and William McLauchlan, foil and baked in a hot oven. Naples Community Hospital?
(The oven hUll while the hori asndwich-size slices "f iheJJar!' feasted!' Cheese and, Him Persons who contribute annual I
Yale 1932, was secretary and treasurer. John Cowles, d'oeuvre is being put together) or similar cheeae Into uniull lUve on hand a smell pot of membership dues to the hospital I
1917, became the second Yale Club president and William The foil keeps the kitchen clear squares that are a little smaller smoked cheese, !'; remove sum pot. elect members of the board of

I H. Woolverton, 1913, became secretary and treasurer of pans and navel pan-washing than the lops of crackers' place \lit the cheese with a amah canf Trustees?
a boon that any weekend or on a sheet of foil m>J heat .> deviled. \ ham and a littlenuvmnatsc
If you are planning to stuff
other hostess appreciates. briefly in alC'ry hot men!' until or while wine. .
pork chops and they make a fine
The first few years the Yale Club was a stag affair, These snacks do not have to the cheese begin to mell. lop Spoon hack into p<>l. (Place company dish see that they are
be served with cocktails, although each cracker with a tiny squure iraikem a chest of foil /and
but in 1963 it was expanded to the Yale, Harvard, Prince- l-l, 2 inches thick so that you
,
they are perfect with them.You'll of pimiento, Serve MI ,'n (Continued oa page 5) find that they taste good Olives wrap he i ihi-esi and hum spread. each to form .. pocket.
with tea and coffee medium-aize stuffed green olives .
with pieces of baton; secure I
OVEN SNACKS with toothpick. /Place on s ..urieel
Sardine Sandwich Fingers of foil; turn up edge. of fail. lo ,
Drain a can of brisling sardines catch dripping. Hake in a very DISTINCTIVE :" ir 'I
and math them with a fork along hot oven about 10 minute or
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, little lemon juice; season with crisped!' ; spear eaih h.",,".
salt and pepper. Spread on thin wrapped olive with a toothpick.!
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1964 f
WASHINGTON (AP) PresS'! Nixon once again Is the RepUblican .
dent Johnson has a thin skinand presidential candidate, as
Is Due Caribbean Gardens soma of hU critics are get. he was in 1960, this will be the
Appreciation '1 J ting under It already. He hit 1960 campaign in reverse
,
back He called them "belly Among Republicans Nixon
ijjwmii
The board of directors of the Greater i achers," although he dldn 1 I and Sets Barry Goldwater of
Dr. Nehrling's projects. He then de. Arizona In particular have
Naples Chamber of Commerce has auth ii Identify them ,
tided to make available to the public This evidence that Johnsoncan been Johnson critics
orized an "appreciation week" for Caribbean the unusual and beautiful plants and be Irritated so early In a Although Goldwater is openly
Gardens the first week in March. presidential campaign year will seeking the nomination, Nixon
flowers. Other attractions were added probably Just encourage Repub. Insists he is not a candidate
The board be commendedfor
Is to highly
criticizinghis while at the same time
later. llcans, who have been sound.
its decision to recognize one of he Caribbean Gardens has been I 1 WHY/ 5HOUW HERE handling of foreign policy, to ing more and more like one In
never
community's outstanding assets. NOT BE A PATIENT I do more of the same his trips and speeches. He does
a financial success, but Fleischmann has t The degree of Johnson's IrrUtatlon say he'd accept a draft! ,
This newspaper has consistently and accepted the losses (this writer has been I I CONFIDENCE IN I j jI can be glimpsed from a In that 1960 campaign Nixon,

frequently urged that residents of the advised that the Internal Revenue Ser I : I THE ULTIMATEJUSTICE part of a talk he made Tuesdayto after two terms as Eisenhower's
i agents of the Internal Rev. vice president, was In a polltUcal !
wake the value of this I
area up to major vice has not for i I THEM had to
yet given permission ,: L ; OF enue Service box. He defend the
attraction, which does so much to ad. the losses to be deducted) and continuedits i i ;: PEOPLE ? is THERE "When I became (Democratic ElsenhowerNlxon foreign policy
i
vertise and promote Naples and Collier ) majority leader (In the while Democrats were free to
He is due 'i'
operation. certainly com
: g ANY BETTER OR Senate) when president Eisenhower bang at it.Johnson.
County. The thousands who stop to see mendation and thanks for this
generosity : was president, I took the did his share of bang.
EQUAL HOPE IN
1 the "Duck Vaudeville" show now being position politics stopped at the Ing, although Kennedy did the
i THE WORLD ? water's Johnson said. most of the talking. Now John
presented at Caribbean Gardens, and to Having in the Winter Haven t edge,
grown up president have to defend
"We had but one son will his
enjoy the beautiful and unusual plants area where world famous Cypress Gar- j AddnstLETTERS First Jnauauml and one commander In chief. 1' policy while Nixon is free to

and flowers along the numerous paths, dens is located, this writer is well aware i would support his policies and criticize.In .
decide to while in the give him strength and comfort,
frequently stay a of the value of a top-flight tourist at. and I would not be aligning my. doing It now he sounds, In

area and thus become customers for our traction. At one time, the residents of t I i // self with any enemies of the a way, like Johnson of 1960,

restaurants, accommodations, filling stations Winter Haven were |lust as unconcerned I ; ( United States in criticizinghim which is one of those which oddities
," lit American politics must
etc. The Gardens also employs a about Cypress Gardens as local residents That's pretty hard to digest lit make a foreigner wonder how

number of local residents who spend are about Caribbean Gardens. But Ha- a country like this where the Americans are ever able to

their paychecks in local business estab venites soon realized that Dick and : political football game tradition choose between their politicians
Pope
t ally has the ouUparty spendinga Recently Nixon said some
lishments. \
Cypress Gardens are tremendous assetsto 1 / lot of time criticizing a president areas of U.S. foreign policy needa

The Gardens was once owned by Dr. the ores Now they are the biggest and, In a campaign year "new direction." lie men..
botanist i.i. like this, even more time. tinned Latin America, especially
Nehrling ornithologist boosters of the
Henry pair. Neapolitans could He said critics of an admlnls. Panama, and Southeast Asia.In .

and plant breeder extraordinary. He well emulate their example. '- tratlon in office can be "almostas 1960 Johnson said "we needa

came to Naples in 1917 from the vicinityo' We join with the Chamber of Commerce c '., / much of a problem as some new, vigorous and different
SL'_ : :+: "
II "' foreign policy and he especial.Iy .
of ,
our other enemies
Orlando after freeze there
a severe In urging area residents to
joinin called for a "positive and
TodayInWashington Ills talk at least had the effect
killed most of his tender tropical plants.H this upcoming recognition of Caribbean ---= PET DOCTOR of raising a pertinent question dynamic" policy for Latin

died in 1929 before having time to Gardens as one of the communi MNt, about himself If he can get this America. He was also critical ot
1 By A. W Moller, DVM hot this what's his tern American Asian policy
i soon,
I fully develop the botanical experimentshe ty's outstanding assets. One of the best TO THE--gL BY THEASSOCIATED ", u perature going to be when the The relationship between

had started here. methods of showing appreciation is to : PRESS ,'...."c presidential campaign really Johnson and Nixon, Judging

Julius Fleischmann of Cincinnati, a recommend to visitors and friends that EDITOR [ ] X' << f<':'';:", ),<:,;;1.,:; "" '',:''",,::,>,@t'i::<- '*:'" gets rolling? from what they have said about
..:.. 'til'. In the 1960 presidential cam each other, could hardly be
WASHINGTON AP)> In .
longtime winter resident of Naples, they visit and enjoy Caribbean Gardens. news from ( palgn year-before he got the called clubby.
Washington
bought the land and revived many of They won't be disappointed. RANGER Electrical equip. Democratic vice presidential Nixon recently called Johnsona

....... REGISTRATIONEditor ment In nomination on the ticket with "past master of a political
VI
Ranger designed to
'
A'i: :!.E' : ;)t. :, ,<, ;:,I Collier County News operate only In the near vacuum John F. Kennedy-Johnson was shelUgame" .with "somethingfor
I noted critical of Elsenhower's han. everybody-liberal to the
wF fi's''lri": __ an editorial in your of space may have started
newspaper and also several Incl. functioning before the space. dling of foreign policy liberals, conservative to the conservatives ..
dents which occurred on the date craft climbed out of the earth's And he was critical before ,"
of our City elections. atmosphere.If tea that during those years of his In 1960 Johnson called Nixon

When the City determined thatIt that happened, the equip. majority leadership, which he "dangerous" and "deceptive"and

\ OPINION . . . single was registration advisable to, It go was Into for the ment severe would electrical have been arcing.damagedby This mentioned If Johnson Tuesday.runs for election the accused campaign him that of year resorting"to the In

the purpose of eliminating any could explain the failure of this year, as expected, and for kind of language little boys
The Proper Approach confusion In the minds of the voters Ranger VI to send back pictures mar Vice president Richard M.WASHINGTON write on fences."

Don't resent growing old. A great in participating concerning In their the eligibility elections of the moon. '>,<: :;;fit1if:" ,
Feast or FamineThe denied James E. Webb, administrator Q. Could you pleas tell me --- ---- .... -.... :
many are the privilege. both within the City and County.As of the National Aeronautics
difference between a rich and a -THE SOMERSET (MASS.) SPECTATOR you know, in past electionsour and Space Administration, tolda what the symptoms distemper
poor man is that the wealthy one worries '"rtr new residents who register news conference Tuesday that are? Miss Leslie Frore, Montreal, DALLAS (AP)-Loving Coup
about his last meal, the poor man his ad In the County, failed to re. his Investigators now suspectthat 0 u eb.c. ty, Texas, has a population of
next Well SaidThe glster in the City and were turned cause. 160 In 647 square miles that are':
-THB CRECNCASTUE: (!M>.) PUTNAM away at the polls. A campaign A. Th. symptoms of dllt.mp.r ore mostly sand dunes
COUNTY DEATH. average person never, does any of education surrounding joint SMOKING The Commerce M varied, thai until' Ih. virus of> distemper Den Henderson, a Dallas law.
;_ .:.1)) ,4U TS.; ,, ."' ", !r redly pthinking until tieget In a Itotyjt' <' registration- system' 'was "W.gl pepartm9nr'saya"domestlc coiiisumption ; was dncpvtrdmo ivtrkianans > yer, suggested in court that, the
," "'h' 'WoJ..1'n LatNGTON ("*nss.) ADVESTTEothers .,.> nee red and the County.glsJ'f/ 'of clgaVettes' Is ex.' thought It woo tart. or lour 1 Loving County.sdat?"to !ttoffoi\
trar of Elections was duly con. petted to go down In 1S64 diH.rnl disea,,. Thsra Is an *ntrlcform would be a place In Texas where
stltuted as the Registration despite a rise In production. charoctriid by Inflammation Jack Ruby might get a fair trl
Official for the City as well. A $1 million Increase In tobacco of stomach' and lntilint. A reiplra- (AP) For. al for the Lee Harvey Oswald
There were several people who lory kind, cKor say ITEMS f'ROM production Is expected to mer astronaut John H, Glenn
CLIPPED OTHER PUBLICATIONS failed to understand this changeIn be more than offset by a $4 mil. of .y...not.,rttpirolorypottogtt Jr., campaigning in Ohio for Dallas Asst. Dist Atty Bill
requirement and thus were In. lion Increase In tobacco exports. and lungi Thr Is a nrvoul form the Democratic senatorial nom. Alexander asked him why.
New Magazine{ <' eligible to vote In the last City Secretary of Commerce Luther charoctrltd by inn and Sf. Vilui inatlon, will always be welcome "Because,.' said Henderson,
election. 1 am hoping that this H, Hodges told his news Dane. Some experts' believe, ther Is back at the National Aeronautics "there Is not a single lawyerIn
confusion is now eliminated and conference Tuesday that the do. olio a skin form, However, me iymp and Space Administration.James the county"
Ordinarily E&I': wouldn't have paid any attention to the launching that all the citizens of Naples partment Is trying to avoid get. toms that or* common to all forms of E. Webb, NASA ad.

nugazine, no matter how: sensational. Hut when the understand that they must re. tlflg Involved In the controversyover dltlemper or., fever, shivering, liltleuneu mlnlstrator, said in Washington, LONDON (AP>.-Swedish star.
advance literature was labeled "The American press is no longer the glster with the County Registration smoking In making Its to. ( vomiting loll of appetite,fill, "We would welcome the assist. let Britt Eklund, arriving in
Official to be eligible to bacco forecasts and and ance of John Glenn In London, was given a diamond.
running eyes note, cough any capa.
in
voice of the and the "never
statement that history
people was: piadq
vote In all elections. studded welcome her fiance
a. diarrhea. Unfortunately, Ih... lymp- city. lie doubted, however, by ,
has such widespread complacency, and corruption of the press The law of the City of NaplesIs tf RAYS: The pibllc Health toms ore also found with' severe worm that this would Include space actor Peter Sellers.
prevented the public from reading the facts it must have in order to quite exact as to the neces. Service has launched a national Infeitalloni or hepatitis often making flight. Within 10 minutes after her

unction as a government by the people we took a look at "Fact." city of a person having regls. study to determine to what ex. Impossible 'to correctly diagnose distemper Glenn, who made the first arrival by plane from New

"As a partial antidote to this serious. threat to the democratic tered with the County Re str... tent Americans have been ex. In the early itogei. Many Ilm.1 Mercury orbital flight, gave up York, Sellers slipped alOOyear.
Official In order to be eligible
tlon posed to radiation from X rays hoito make laboratory a chance for a flight to the old engagement ring of gold,
process the magazine announces it "going to publish the following to vote, and the law states In medical examinations and your veterinarian 0 the moon to go into politics rubles and diamonds on her
articles, among others: "The Sexual Aggressions that Underlie War;" that the signed registration card treatments. lest to accurately diagnose finger

"The Social Utility of Pornography;" "America's Insane Aversion to of the voter is the only evidence In announcing this Tuesday, condition. ___....______u__ ._
Breast-Fceding;" "A Psychoanalytical View pf( the. Crucifixion;" acceptable forproof of eligibility.I Surgeon General Luther Terry
that all of those who
"Should a Jew Buy a Volkswagen?;" "Deaths Caused by the AMA;" in the hope past did not realize this Glee said, have"Many indicated reports that and an art 1m.!. CAMER _m I

"The Post Office's Latest Obscenity Rampage;*? "Lincoln's Bawdy requirement will now go out to portant part of the total radiation -.... -- ; : :: a ,
Humor;" 'The Phallic Meaning of the Missile Race;" "San Francisco: the County Court House after February to which the population Is By IRVING DESFORAP
24, 1964 and qualify as an exposed be accounted for
Sanctuary for the Homosexual. : may Newsfeatute
elector for City elections as wellas
Somehow, we are now relaxed with a deep (feeling of assurance that other elections. by Beginning medical and in April dental about X rays.32,. I MET a camera fan whois

the democratic process wilt be sated from a fate worse than death. David C, Splngler 000 persons will interviewed strictly the outdoor

'SI 'ITOR. dt PUB'LlSHERTllnlotlt"t City Attorney to learn how much and what type. His family album had t
City of Naples kind of X.ray exposure they had
a great set of pictures of their
/ Lines In Fliiridu Waton Coatro's downfall Is not In sight. in],the previous. three months. activities provided thev took
""; <:::::'<',, ,::" .' The Cuban fishermen who cast Even if Castro were to collapse, t): : ,':JW7{!: :v:, ? was place somewhere out of door around and. the sun

their lines In Florida waters caught soon,, however, the Communist spirit How come he had no birthday D

trouble In a hurry would Btlll go in being strong, not t _" .MAC.f. AbOn party or any other indoor pictures? .5

Soon the fishermen were In custody only In Cuba but also In other Latin TtNON.x TRUDE.O.TIOACROSS SAx2ttYC t argued"Too "I much tried trouble to use,"flash he :a xc

and International lines were American' areas. Bo the clouds of x I A R I A BOO K some years ago and got all

tangled. trouble are likely to hang over that 1. Straightway 26. Corroded A C f EN. t1 E R L E messed up. Some of the pictures
: var 27 Pit for 0 c. AN.. were so dark couldn't
5 N G L. E you see
During the first day or two part of the world a long time-Lake 7 Maori
Stupor root, I anything others
C. A R 0 L. R I Fe. ; were so light
after their arrest the situation land 11. Place of 29. Anxious .
Ledger R 0 Z r. A 6. S T L. the faces were like spooks. And
seemed more or less routine. Then nMuduk. 33. Trite L. I M t. I M A M. E A at some crucial moments, the
ness laying flash wouldn't off at all."
came the news that Castro hart re- Senator Smith's Mother Image' 12. Mt ipl ,. !S 37. Pan played J A L I H 0 A R I t S T It didn't take go too much probing

sorted to the retaliatory move of -Well, you can count Sen. Mar- 14. Stone 38. Resinous N f.I RON. I RAT E to find out where this chap
a MOT r..1 c.; t T A.
cutting oft! the water supply to the garet Chase Smith out of the run workers substance o. had gone wrong. He figured the
13. Monochord 39. Fracture flash, like the sun, provided the
Guantanamo base. ning, for the Presidency. The syndicated 16. Handle U. Rivet SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZII light and it made no difference

Then the situation suddenly psychologist, Dr. Joyce 17. Coarse barrier whether he was shooting ome-

looked grim, It appeared{ a showdown Brothers, says she's beaten before hominy 42. Music 48. Remnants 4.'C. Amer. one close or far away. tie had ,r ,- ..,
19. Denoting drams tier never made any adjustments for
49,Compensa--
might be at hand. Instead ofa ,she starts-by her fellow women. distance. And
origin 44. Explosive ..lion S. Religious re.fty months
FLASH'
showdown there came American t I It seems that Senator Smith 20. Helot 46. Marine ., DOWN vtl. Sister later when he hauled out the and you have captured another priceless moment

adjustment to the emergency. Water ,"'' mlld unconsciously represent a 22. Junior snail .Muddle 6.Composlo flash, it didn't work. No, he of family life indoors. Watch the background, come 1
24. Thrusting 47. Football 3; Obliterates tion. never looked at the battery or in close and anticipate the instant of peak expression
for the base would be supplied 'by
!*,V o1ther.figure": to most women sword tram 3. Arid land 7:figure put In a fresh one. He just put or action. Many picture situations like this need a
conversion of water and the unit back in a drawer and one
sea by yotera, and they would be almost 8. Dan. coin flash to atop the action or capture it color.
stuck to the outdoors in
grist ever
means of American ships.Florida's Irrationally prejudiced against her. I Z J S I' 7 a J 1# iI 9. Bib. name since.
reI!i 0. Chalcedony lar -fUshbulbs, or if it in on"hi" any possible motion
camera
Senator- Holland was o
According to Dr. Brothers, the Nowadays, with simple dependable
II I IJ 13. Dan. setting and you use aspeedlight. with the subject at I feet, the
quick to''assert that the United wother-daughter relationship Is sup weightI. flash unite and mall lens is set to f/J; at 10 feet

States should stand firm. Dy so say- posed to be the "most universally IS 18. Extinct bird compact reason why sptedlights any camera, there's fan no The light from your flash has the setting is4, etc. If your

Ing he expressed the sentiment of '21.l Shape should miss the s rated strength or guide numfe camera haa an f/3.3 lens, the
the
-
tense and confllctlve" during /6 11 I' many picture opportunitiee >r. This will be found on the maximum distance for the flash
3.-Adjacent
ta
the American people. ,early years! Of a little girl's life. And l P i ::5.Armor But that same of ipdoor fan should activities read in canon noiduig the flaanouios or In this case is about 11 feet.
U the instructions: with
Once more American patiencehas some of the inner resentment carries'over mJT !8. Soft drink the instructions: follow the Hash. It is essential an electronic hen shooting indoors, you

been sorely tried by Castro. to adulthood. In zf IT ; 10.She rode a simple rules oC exposure based you set your lens that must with match the type of flash
opening according the of
color film
type
white horse you
For a while the American people That's why women often find It ;; A"J'" I.31.Cllc..bcrtlebZI on distance of subject and give to the distance of your are using.. Clear flashbulbs are
7 aT the snail amount of attention
had hopefully assumed that Cas- difficult to work for a woman-bosa. : 1 1f ,., J4J"I'Z 32. Darn anewjySraudge necessary to maintain the unit's subject into the by dividing guide number that distance The uaed with type "B" and Kodacolor -

tro had just about run his course, "Whether they realize It consciously 3J IJ+ f.Jf 1. I = : efficiency. answer is your lens opening blue films flashbulbs Electronic are used Hash with and

that his collapse was well on the ornot, most adult women feel relieved ,:..' w 1'14"U- W 34.ridge3S.'Neptune's Searallke Every for camera a flash of today attachment.It K designed has Example a guide: A number mall peedlight of 40 for Daylight-typ color films.It .

way. to be out of the orbit ofF iiZ. is essential in most asses M Kodachrome II. The
.11' camera is
But Indications during recent ,ther- res," the feminine psy- -0 4T 4. .- domain set an adjustment for either let on "X." At five feet away, is good insurance and great

days: have been that Castro and his -asserts, ,.'. 47 ;. 36. Penetrate flashbulb (M setting) or electronic with the shutter speed at I '100th, for your peace of mind to use
jcplogl _. 40. Handout flash (X setting) because the lens opening is ((40 divided fresh batteries in your flash
'Russian cohorts have the Communist ;--Too? bad, Senator Smith might 4., +9' 43. Dissolve there is s difference in ayn- by s) f g. The camera shutter unit whenever you have an Important

regime so deeply entrenched that b\v made a good President, too.- m 43. finish chronlxauon. You will get no speed makes little difference occasion which you want

17 ._ ...' Tampa TtlT>une. Fahe".lr;;;.. u N.."_.,.. pictures"X" setting if your and you camera use is regu-on should with ..n be electronic fast enough flash to but stop it to photograph with flash "

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COUNTY/&EWS _
Demonstration By WednemUyFebruary 12, 1964 COLLIER

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THE NAPLES Mrs. Bendell For

Art AssociationThe g.acis3; Ou 'Will/if.

Notebookton Naples An Association
i y1 held its regular Tuesday even-
,. f ing meeting February 11 In the .

( from plllCe 3)) Woman's Club building. Mrs.
Marilyn Bendell of Long Boat

,. Key, a well known artist In 87 Anne :
A1
ton Club and also Chicago as well as In Florida,
the ladies were included at a cocktail
a still-life demonstration -
gave
painting
party given at Mr. and Mrs. Cowles' home.
t Down In ; and beats
Present officers of the club aret president, VincentP. Don Nick president,presidedover National Park, a Now the

Wood Jr., Princeton 1948; vice president, Ralph Car. a short business meeting ter season Is and the

son, Yale 1929; vice president Charles Draper, Harvard following the demonstration. drought which danger of
Preparations for the forthcoming mats towards the belly.
1929, and Col. John Lockett, Yale 1928, secretary and out-door show to be held sloughs. They 'the slough

treasurer. February 29 and March 1 at tactic numbers egrets, ibis
drought.resistant .. has his
VALENTINE DANCE the corner of 12th Avenue,
ter. This wildlife din.
The annual Valentine the South, and Second Street, were like
Dance sponsored by Hospital best In our entire *
Service League No. this the discussed. Spectators attend- It's free, natural bass
1 Is Saturday night at
the show will be
Ing reques- eou*. stab of that
Beach Club starting at nine o'clock. The Queen of Hearts ted to vote for their favorite The most active fish is cap.

will be crowned during the evening. She will be chosen L'4 paintings. Artists are asked to the Anhinga Trail on the
from Mw have their paintings ready for boardwalk which and uses
auxiliary members for outstanding service, but
1y 7 rF y viewing by 10 a.m. Saturday, through a typical out little
her t
identity will remain until time for the -
a mystery Feburary 29. slough, passing two them with
crowning.Mrs. There will be "open house"at Here the startled .
A. R. Staley, president of the auxiliary, and -- 0. the Woman's Club from 3 to count dozens of people
u ties
gar pike and bl Park. With
Mr. Staley will entertain 14 for dinner at the Beach Club 6 p.m. Sunday. February 16, Ing quietly beside Is put.
before the dance. Included in their party will be Mr. and the public may view the the stark struggle they had
current exhibition of paintings becomes .
and Mrs. Walter R. Staub of Short Hills, N. J., who will hy Tampa artists 'gator soon over 10 (' !

be here for the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Frederick ,.> off the bank and
Shick Mr. Staub is Mrs. Shick's brother. a careless coot. At
Two From NaplesAt minute, the
Another group who will have dinner together will notices his bulging

gather at the Robert Morris' for cocktails. They are Dr ',.'. .' Great Lakes ters for safety

and Mrs. L. F. Gwaltney, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Landers, .' '" cry. The alligator Installed
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Treadwell Mr. and Mrs. Norman Her ; .:,. mayed. lie the Naples
CenterRichard deeper hole where at a din.
Training
ren, Mr and Mrs. Harold (Skipper) Smith and Mr. and .-' -.--.;'" .-_.' to lie by the Moorings
D. Moss, 17, son submersion and officers In.
Mrs. Miles Scofield. ABUNDANCE OF NAPLES' treeshadedavenues with Buffy, a fluffy feline, along as of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. the great Jaws "anakebird"M vice

Thursday evening there will be a preview and reception and paths makes bicycling a passenger. Mrs. Wallingford is man Moss of 415 Fifth Ave., S., gars. These ; Thomas,

for Harrison Covington whose works will be pleasure for visitors and residents ager of the Antique Addict and Bou Naples, and Tommie A.Tomllnson form the main ; Roth
exhibited the Harmon from the 13th 19, son of Mrs. gator. ; F.B.
at throughthe
Gallery alike The roving photographer caughtMrs. tique on Third Street, South, and occasionally Overhead, Jet and
U. Hot of 882 Seventh Ave.
20th. The artist is chairman of the Art Department at Nicholas L. Wallingford of 19th uses the vehicle for small S.. Naples, began basic train- the sound barrier. .

the University of South Florida and a recent recipient of Avenue, South, enjoying a casual afternoon deliveries. (McGrath photo) Ing January 20 at the Naval gators dreadful roaring, Guard offi

the coveted Guggenheim Award. spin on her three-wheeler, Training Center, Great Lakes, sonic boom for attended by
---- 111. ows. February Is .
.. .
'........ .....w'. _.-:...."..,._ to---rrer.a.R Iridarasw The nine-week training Includes season, but the presented
United Church Women Here News From t.'t..w. naval orientation, his- Come spring, the Meadors

a Naples tory and organization, seaman- battles will begin gifts from
I County RecordsMARRIAGE Tips On ship, ordnance and gunnery, Delicate white of the
.: Fiotnia, military drill, first aid and tog over the during the
Plan World Day Of PrayerSeventy LICENSES survival. as the willows
catkins. The fresh .. fa.
Tommy Ray peek,Milan Tenn, Boating USCGA During the training recruits j
and Nora Erna Roth, Naples. and Interviews only appeared a short talk
eight years ago an a commitment to service. Bobby Ray McDuffle, Hlaleah, receive tests It looks like spring the Ever.
American woman who knew the Mrs. E. p.Everhardco-chair and EstherJean Bwlnger.MlamU Courtesy motorboat examlna. A and 1 classes meeting the re which determine their future A careful search natural
power of united first man said the offering, a dedication shown below. assignments the Navy. Upon locates
prayer, William Gerald Hostetler, Jr., tlons now in progress by Inspec. quirements tiny green to work
dreamed of a Day of Prayer for of gifts or money, will make Fort Myers, and Anne Whitney, tors from Naples Flotilla of the completing the program they ed for fishing, promotion
missions a whole day to be possible the translation, printingand Bonita. U. 5, Coast Guard Auxiliary are LEGAL REQUIREMENTSLights are assigned to service schoolsfor galllnules and a trip
set aside when the women of the distribution of Christian Arthur Ward Pinder and Bar. conducted for the benefit of all operating and salts technical t raining or to ships the catkins, club by are .
nation would come together to literature to women and childrenIn bara McKelvey voelker, both boatmen In the Naples area. It factory. and stations for on-the-Job one taking a la planned 1 "
pray for the missionary work of many parts of the world;. Miami. Is urged that the 1963 decal be Lights visible through proper t training In a Navy rating specialty anhlngas drying
the church. The vision grew In will lend assistance to the pre.sent removed before bringing boatsto points. last species lacks club voted
the hearts and minds of women'i program among Indian. CHANCERY DOCKET examination marinas. Those Lifesaving devices of approvedtype. feathers so each club pic.
the
groups In many lands. Americans; the support of migrant Clifford Cowles vs MargaretM. boat owners whose craft are Naval training produces from the water, a Pass.
The faith and love of God demonstrated ministry, providing day Cowles, divorce. being Inspected for the first time Lifesaving devices In satlsfac. power In seapower by supplyIng necessary to dry Don Smith,
by the first small care, recreation centers and pro. Barron Collier, Jr., vs will be Interested to know that tory condition. qualified personnel to man body.At. on a lease
group meeting In 1887 has reached grams toward responsible cltl.censhlp Tropical Fruit and Vegetable, no record is kept of such in. Llfesavinf 09vices sufficient the ships, planes and shore stations a bend In the be worked
out to the present'time whenon ; and, will make possiblea Co., et al, quiet title. spectlons, and that the seal of number. of today's Navy an anhlnga's nest Is at $10 per
Friday, February 14, groups friendly reception for the 60,000 Tallle D Ellis and Edward safety decal Is given to quall. flame arrestor of approved feet from the hand. I
will meet in 150 areas on six students who come to this country Chlumsky, et al, vs Jacque EU fling boats in all Classes; to ers ,can ,obtain 1, the
continents, throughout 24 hours, annually from overseas. more, foreclosure. lire extinguisher of approved Naples Shellers grapbe'bf.the dish dinner .
joined together In prayer. tParUoIfftl&e-ta'tna! service* Diane Rivers vs Glenwood It ;Does 'R'aln' type and.size.. Meet'' FridayA .. their to S eggs. grounds.
The local observance of the 'areMrs. Tracy Day Spencer, Rivers, divorce. Yes, Fire extinguisher in satlsfac. To impales small fish in Joining '
day, under the auspices of the president of the United Church James E. Sadler vs Ethel Jean Frogs In Florida tory condition. complete report on the then flips them In ,
United Church Women of Naples Women of Naples; Miss Hazel Sadler, divorce. Whistle adequate. forthcoming Naples Shell Showto swallowed Marina, or
will be held at the First Metho. poer, First Christian Church; TALLAHASSEE; Fla. (AP- Bell adequate. fish, however, this .
be held :2123, as
dlst Church, 388 First Ave. So. Mrs. William Gracely and Mrs. Move Into Flfth-grader Terry White, a for. Ventilation adequate. February not possible because
service Robert Keoly, Jr., Trlnlty.by. Joys well as movies taken of the recent The STOP
at 10 a.m. and the same mer Floridian, stirred up skepticism Correct numbers, properly barbs crafty
again at 8 p.m. The evening ser. the-Cove Episcopal ChurchjMrs. Naples Residence when he told his class displayed. shel.lng: trip to Cape Romano -
vice Is being Inaugurated this Louis Moore, First Methodist mates at Follansbee, W.Va., Anchor and sufficient line. will feature the regu
year for the benefit of those Church; Mrs. liar land D. Fague, Dr. and Mrs. Fred T. Joy and that it sometimes rained frogs Paddle or oar. lar monthly meeting of the Naples -
unable to attend the morning Emmanuel Lutheran Church; sons, Robert and Richard, with in Florida. Shell Club In the Community
service. Mrs. W. It. Collinson, Mrs William pancoast, First Mrs. Joy's mother, Mrs. Helen Today he had powerful sup. RECOMMENDATIONSDistress Room of the Naples Fed
local co.chalrman for the day, Presbyterian Church. Bleech, have leased the Brown port for his story Florida's flare. eral Savings building at 8 p.m.
asks all women In the area to Ushers will be Mrs. J. C, House at the corner of 12th Ave. governor, Farris Bryant, agreed Pump or bailer. Friday. February 14. BOOKS
join with the hundreds of thou. Garland, Mrs. A. A. Riddleber. nue, South, and First street, for that sometimes it not only rains Galley stove of recommendedtype
sands participating In this ser. ger, Mrs. Hugh Weatherly and a year. frogs but also tiny fish. All persons interested In
vice around the world. Mrs. Edgar P. Everhard Dr. Joy Is a retired dentist Terry wrote the governor"my Galley stove Installed as re. shelling are Invited to cometo
The "Theme" for the 1964 The organist will be Mrs from Erie, pa. The Joy sons have room and teacher doesn't be. commended.Fuel the meeting and join the club
service Is "LET US PRAY". Jerry Howell, and Mrs. Harry enrolled In the Naples'secondary live my story" about seeing it tank filler pipe tight to Mrs. Lucille Messmer, club SHOP
STORY
passages are from the Old and L.LlnerJr.soloUtwin sing BM schools. rain green frogs when he was 5. deck plate. said. Annual dues SONG &
New Testament and will unite oood's "The Greatest of Theseis Dryant explained to Terry Fuel tank filler pipe outside secretary
countless numbers of Chris Love". Both women are mem. Methodists Plan that the frogs were sometimes of roaming or within selfballlng are $2.00 per person or $3.00 MI 2-7520
tlan women who participate In the bers of the First Methodist swept up into clouds by high corkplt. per couple. 659 5th Ave. So.
services In a new experienceIn Church.A 2 Prayer GroupsThe winds, and fell back to earth Fuel tank vents Installed lead.
prayer as a struggle an nursery will be provided for First Methodist Church later with the rain. Ing outboard.
act of faith and repentance, and young children. has announced a prayer group "I hope that your teacher will Llfesavlnj devices easily ac.
will be held at 7:30: a.m each accept this verification of your cesslble.
Thursday morning In the Fel- story," Bryant said. Fire extinguishers easily ac.

TV RADIOmemorable lowship Hall of the church. The aIl! .erfcan favorite for cesilble.Bilges clean and free from
Coffee will be served. all
a geographical place name Is and grease VillageGreeWHERE
A prayer group has also been Electrical Installation satis
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organized In East Naples which Summit There are some 70 Sum- factory.
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP CBS quiz show" will meet from 7:30 o'clock to colts scattered from the East General vessel condition satis.
Televlslon-Radio Writer called "The $64,000 Question. 8:30 each Wednesday night Coast to Alatka. factory
NEW YORK (AP)-America's Probably some millionaires
affluent society may soon have will turn down an Invitation to -
new status symbol, a television be contestants. After all, $600 is
a THE GOOD LIFE '15 EVEN BETTER .
million
show that may make just cigar money to a tj

yachts Imported limousines, alre.The
chinchilla wraps and collections CDS staff may have its
of French impressionist paint. hands full checking the bona
ings as passe as bustles and fides of self-confessed million
gaiters. aires. The program ought to be
congress
It is a new panel show called"I marvelous for newly rich fellows 1
Made a Million," which CBS who want everybody to j j NAPLES' NEW COMMUNITY Of
will put Into its Sunday night know they made good. It may k
schedule starting April S, right be helpful to the Internal Rev. ] COOPERATIVE GARDEN APART.
after Ed Sullivan's variety enue Service, too. of //'
show. We may be getting to a point i1 MENTS FOR ADULTS ONLY
Each week, the usual celeb. where we have as many of these
rlty panel-names to be announced game and panel shows as we Newest Most Modern .
-will be called upon to can take. Not counting the new Naples a <#+.-w4i. !r:'
guess which of several contes. CBS entry, there are seven eve.

tants lucky Is winner the real of millionaire.The the round will the nine three shows networks In this and category 14 in the on Hair Fashion Salon Prices at Village Green start at $7,200 for a one

be awarded "up to $800," the daytime. ;' -\
network announced in the sol ABC commentators Howard ,; ; bedroom apartment and $8,900 for a two bedroom
Smith and Edward P. Morgan -
vt; portant emn manner announcements.It It reserves. for im. K. will team up as the net. y' Saturday February 15 apartment. Estimated monthly maintenance costs

only five or six years work's television anchor men
was .. reasonable.
of the are likewise extremely
ago that television was dedicate for the broadcasts political Grand
Opening SpecialAll
ed to game shows that, by one conventions next summer. ,
means or another, were turning The pair performed together f I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT
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will be Steve Carlin, who not so Huntley and David Brinkley and Price Effective
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_ COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wdnt'Kday. February 12. 1961/


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::": ::' ......'..<...:.TT>rB i ." ,::' OR N ER 81 )MARION SORENSEN

1 '..'. ;:"i1r't r > Juanita Weldon ...:'.:::1::;:" ;;:r :rt: ::::. . . . . . . . .. .


{ Monday night February 10th, and performed tor an estimated

was, In opinion of many,the most audience of 300.A i

hilarious and fun-packed night cutefrecklfedfacedplatlnum Charles Hogue 199, Mike Pike 194 and
,
River
'.ten In Everglades in .sometime blond kid In blue jeans and sweatshirt The Pittman Classic League, all from Palm Jim Croak 193.191.
list for the ev
Rice headed the
I *. appeared on the gym floor at Pine Lanes, was the sceneof 594.208 and Wanda POWDER PUFF Betty Smith
I 1 The event? Interstate Donkey) to cheer the faculty membersto ry' NYI much excitement last Thurs'enlng Rice with a a167.. IndIvidual led Violas to their win over Frans

"Basketball| greater efforts. This cheer. day night as Ham Sauchelli posted 208, Hair Designs by tossing a 438162. -
Glen \ager
honors to
C of the local Lion's leader proved to be Lois Smith went
Members
bombed out a 298 game; Fir. 201 Rita Jurek Norma Queeney with a 128
"Club and male members of the teacher of the third grade. 1.li II strikes in a row, p\er\one' Harry Clouser rolled
Jean a 501.213 TUlle
183, average, ,
188 Rimes
I :s hoot faculty were mounted on During the third quarter, .. .., ,,, .. watched breathlessly! as he threw' Earnest Nave Rans 162, Mae ]Davis 483.176, Nour Turner 476-
jr Rimes :and Ruby Perry 464.166.Marge
Grant 161 Fax
,
:
Olivers; Fluid Drive Alley OOP, Lewis Ballard, netted another niggled and waggled the 4.10 ,
I I jeaberg a 180 loner and the
ball the Lion's two. .. ..." ... Und 139. Capt. Grad was the
Boris fladlnoff, strictly Stupid, giving a f.:" stood and robbed" him of a sharpshooter converting the 6. I..:S07. Dorothy Stoneburner 173,
Cyclone Charlie and Boston point lead. 300.
I Ruth Dodge 171 Maria Hatcher
VBlackle.P By this time, the Faculty be t '. This is the highest game(sane. 7.10. ,
1 166 Bebe 163 Gill
Moog lop
.
,
Mr. Suttner owner of the don. ran to feel the strain and began ..: '. M -""",___ ..0_ tioned) bowled In Naples to date SH:: SMELL MIXED Tom 4.5.7: '
>' 616'lth 1 I 163 and the Poll Pearson
Thomas blasted out a
and resident of to forth greater effort As
Tampa put
keys a and the highest league in
ball hit outside the court niture Fair while 36 under game a 243 high and led the! Sand I 154, Susie Kllngler 160, Marge
Ra'mondWhld. the
a< ted as referee. IT WASN'T THE BEATLES that attractedthe more are the EWFBX for this season. .
oveingel i I Snivel 157.: Frances Fitzek con.Vf'I'IN
tden a local resident acted as a teacher who was not playingat fellow crowd on Twelfth Avenue, So.. construction by R. W Wood Co, contractor SPECIAL' NOTICE .. There Dollars\\\nz to Gene their Tessler win! was: high the 3.7 and tossed a 168,
time made
sanitation the sure a
man. will
The first quarter proved to be teacher on the Court got the Sunday afternoon, but the open house for the builders. Crowds started Junior not league be any at bowling Biookslde for Bowl the for the Angel with a 35J.209. Betty I Geltz 152-158.: h6.150.Mae Grant
Weaver Bar.
;I 159: Marie
393.208.202.
...the only scoring portion of the ball. To no avail, though. The at the Village Green, new cn-operative coming before the scheduled openingtime this Saturday February n, bfoecause Bill Eloulse Dunn Williams filed a and Oert Dunn I 1 tiara: Collins 134, Edith Stone
game for the Faculty with the last quarter showed Robert Wells built the of 2 ,m. and more than 500 of the XWB.\ City Tourna. Mildred Wetherlll 155-146
principal, Aubrey !llrnrrls, make dropping the ball: through the hoop garden apartments by Naples p ment. However the Bantam posted aU9 series, Marge :I 156, ,
Ing one goal giving them a lead for another two points for the Company Two apartments have been inspected the apartments league" WILL bowl, in the a.m. Thomas 468. Julia Chesser, a I Kay: Wolfe Eidress 14Mwtce Stahlman, Jane Her.with
466. 147.
of two points. Lion's. This was the last score completed and furnished by the Fun (NEWS photo) The final results of the First 127 average bowler !listed a I pen a 388 set, Fay
lone 100
recorded a :i average,
The Lion's retaliated: In the to be made, giving the Lion'sa Annual City Championship Tour. 193. Joliu btull
converted the 6.7.10.
\ second quarter with Dick Stokes winning score over tho Facul. After a regular opening cere Anna E. Conet, Trudl Gryphan, U.S. Firm To Sell nament held at Biookslde Bowl! :213! Herb Lee 18It\\'lce, hazel itrlier 1 BANTVM 2 GAME SERIES
Doris Grpll'rrli3.
and
dropping one through the nt ty of six to two. Inl. Abrahamson
nony Mrs. Opal Dukes was Betty Brehm, Mary King, Vir. are announced as follows: (3ar>' Wilson a terrific 327.192
to even the store 2 to 2. (Ed. Notei Sorry, pictures hated Into the order with a can. glnla Taylor, Doris Gandees, of China In Japan As mentioned previously) the I tO: lead the league, Paul Castenlr
The mad! scramble was 01\. taken were not useable) llellte ceremony and seated. The Naples; Mrs. Ruth Livingston, YaM Brothers won the team 228
Mardi Stone
:40! Becky
to break the tie. Players had to chapter room was decorated with Roy Livingston, of Milwaukee, TRENTON, N.J. (AP) ANew championship. Members of PINE LANES ,
218 Dennis Mansfield 222
hAp hold of the reins or be Jersey! firm has contractedto TRAIL BOWLERS .. Ed Bela (Steele; ,
Stated Meeting typical Florida greenery Wise; Maude Rather, Indiana; that team were; Mike and Rich Dennis I Hatcher 218 and David
on th& donkey's back at. After the meeting, refresh. Alex Butzke, Wis.; Irene! Fra. sell fine china in Japan. Yahl, O.B. Osceola, Don Blan. vek with a 544.203 and Joe BraUl513.Z14 Fairas \ the donkey
all times. Sometimes Conducted By ments served In the en. zler Utah Clark Mass kenshlp and PeeWee led Furniture
would nut cooperate and were ; Evelyn The New Jerse Departmentof Browning. they made a rll'alllWPpp Over j I tingle, Tim AlanuVr; 125, Sail
the sidelines would OES trance room. Hazel Griffin, Immokalee, Euvla Conservation announced to. Doubles Handicap winners Ev Baldwin led 1 V\md 100, Rocky Castenlr 102,
someone on Everglades King Insurance
throw the ball in to begin the Those attending were: Mrs. Sawyer, also of Naples. day that Lenox Inc of Trenton were: Mike Pike Bill Keeling the scoring for the nlte with a1 Danny I tlfle 114 and Bob Caste
EVERGLADES Everglades Sidney Smith, L. D. lies M. entered Into a contract with the with a 1272; D.J Salmon Moon 587240 I ill 101.
action
once more. of In H-itcher
602.219 Jack
The capita use paper ,
At half time the score remain Chapter Order of Eastern Star G. lies, Charlotte Predmore, per Mdwa Trading Comoaiu' of Mulllns 1262; Fred Decker .Flip and Tex Kaveinun :98.211.: : L.V. lIE'N IltRS .. A lot of com.tete .
ed 2 to 2. While the donkeysand of Everglades, held a stated Martha Woods, Kay Griffiths, the United States takes the wood Japan for exclusive sale and Ransome 1251: ; Bud Daniels Shields ipnnil'd a 210 loner, 1> win :and loss here tonltelUinMem

players took a rest, tho meeting in the Masonic Templein Simms John Kral out, Theresla of town visitors Krai. Laura growth from about three.quartersof distribution of Lenox dinner and Bill Gregory 1249; Ned Dorse O.B. OscpoU 201, Biuk Perry ': won ;all fnnn Valiant
roller skating donkey appeared Everglades on February 10. ; were an acre of commercial forest. glftware in Japan. Marvin LeMasters 1244: Dick 191 and Burt t Walworth 190. 'NlthY.. \bemathie leading 47.
Upham Ed Buscemt 1238; Sid 212 In: spite of Buck ppl'rY'1I

Broughton Joe Haslup 1229. PITTM,VN CLASSIC. Wlththe i,02.21(5:; ( for the Valiants. Bud

I. .' 1'. Singles Handicap awards went aid of Fred Pant 551.234 Mlchl Hopie;I Ir.1n with a :183.221, led thoerrail
N : : to: L.V. Shields 733: ; Ken Hanson Homes won all from Team 'I INo.7. to their win over Cad.liet. .
I I.i : : :i?;( : <,: ;: : \': : 674; Dud Hogue 636: ; Paul Wick. Harr)' Eauchelll shot a'617.298memtloned 'C: Volkswacons ,wl'llt\11; from
J : ham 650: ;; Dick Upham 649; Harry prevtousl. 'Olds assisted l>)' wniioim I In-

; Sauchelli 648; D.J. Salmon 646; Bob Steele, Jr. recorded a 584. her t l S46.2a2.Toni FgfrloMon& head
: Bud Daniels 639: Nate Hunt 636 207.211, Ev: Baldwin :184.223 'I pd the T.BIrds as they won all'nun
; .
.r and Gil Sorensen 635.: 2C2, C.t.uls Salnion :o77 I Maxwells with a :ri23.180.

All tventsw.hdin Paul Wlrk. 220, Cluille Rice 574.220 and Fred Paul)' wont iteming IUMUUS
k ll d, Jt' ham 1922:: Gil Sorensen 1910; Wes llpnson :970.220. Jack Hat. ;I tot the evening with a 000.200.
?;. : rI L.V. Shields 1895; Ken Hanson cher registered a 218 singleton, 214. Lit Miller tiled hard: for

1874: Ham Eauchelll 1864. Rae Nell Van: W>'ck 213, Tex Kaver. another COO set but pwlml with a a a59G.201.Z16
4 ; i4 t4i 3e6 Hendrix 1859 Bud Daniels 1850: man 213, Vlrg Batcher 212,Jerry Gin Eealwtg listed

and Bill Keeling 1830. Kelly( 202, F, Lord 200, Bud a 572.224, Bob Steele l Jr, CO.
The scratch totals went to: 208, Ethel Jones 499-194, Mai: )'
First Florida Classic 2682 for Hatdinr: 491.190, Pat tegloMon
the team event. Charlie Rice 47 .163. Leon Snyder fired a
Harry Sauchelll 1162 for Doubles Court BarsPicketing solitary 224, Bud Dunham 198,
I I4n.3 In L.V. Shields 637: singlesand Jlmmlc Glbbs 19T: Won Ilonsini198twlce

: All Events Harry Sauchell I Mildred Eit.mm: ,
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1864. Hermltip hither 1G9, Inga Gill

The NWBA City Tournament 164, E, Abornathlo 103, Mary Jo
{ starts Friday, Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. Glbbs 170, Melon Ilcuson 101.
As urged before .. Go out and 164, Mary Wliiddeu HI! Anita
cheer for your favorite loam or Griffith 117. Betty Paul)' showed

-J t 1, ;- e L z Individual bowler. It helps a lot. At CapeB her marksmanship by converting
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lards with 582.212 led Naples ASSOCIATED PRESS AEROSPACE Bowling StandingsTRAIL

Floor Covering to Ihf'lrwln over WRITER
Brunk Miller. Fagers Roof Coat. CAPE KENNEDY ( ) A BOWLERS PL
ing took all from Vltrowtth an federal court order, ,issued Just Builders Man 38 22
assist from George Weaver 531. before midnight Tuesday night, L.:V. Shields' 33 21
l< 212. Francis Hall tossed a 550. has halted at least temporarilyunion Furniture Fair 32 28

iii! x'r, l't't 202. Jay Abbott listed a lone" picketing which had stale Hatcher Const. 31 20!
""" ttrroY 208, Dennis Salmon 204, Bill mated $213 million worth of con. King Insurance30 30
Sims recorded his first league strucllon on cape Kennedy and
Crayton Cove Lndry 30 30
"" '. "" 200 by throwing a 201. John the adjacent; Merritt Island
...."., Pine Lanes 21 33
.. .il '" ,, Ehuff posted a 196, Hs. Over Moonport.
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Hon
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t< iI"., ,, halts and Len Epotts 195, Ralph After a special night session Spr. Bus. 32
.. ..... ". McKlrihan 193, Shelby Hatley In his Orlando chambers, U.s. Bonita Mets 26 34
191, Fred Gardner 196hlshlgh. District Court Judge George C. Tamlaml Tire 25 35

est league game\ Marvin Le. Young Issued a temporary re
Masters 190.PALMETTO. straining order requested by the POWDER PUFF PL

Gloria and Kay National Labor Relations Trans Hair Designs 56 56
Bernard led Dorothys to their Board. The ruling directed the Plaza Beauty Salon 54 38

win over Tropics Drlve4n.Gloria Order of Railroad Telegraphers. Eckards Fashions 52 40
used a 493.192 and Kaya AFL-C1O, to withdraw picket
Violas Beauty 48 44
460.165. Bonlta Springs Spa lines.
Fashions( 41 45
with the assistance of Fran The action opened the way for Vogue
Hamilton, 438.159, took all from 3,200 construction workers who Dorothys 5th Ave. 46 46
Corwin Shells. Edwin Simpson had honored the lines to return Lillys 42 50
was high scorer for the nlte will to work. Bettys Fashions 42 50
a 518.182. Hazel Abrahamson Young declared the restrain Verdas Beauty 39 535th. .

listed a SlO.181Jo Wlckham 495 ing order effective until 5 p.m. Ave. Beauty 34 58
171. Chris Hatcher tossed a Thursday. He set another hear.

lone 185, Linda Sauehelll 184, log for NLRB and union attor. HIS 'N HERS PL
Donna Hatley 172.171, Lucille neys for 2 p.m. that day, at kswagon 49 20
A Lord 177.162, Mary Armbrust which time he Indicated he could
Model T 41 22
175, Bebe Moog 172, Katie John. extend the order.
A' son 161IreneKnI&htandFrancesFlttek He gave the telegraphers and Ferrari 41 28
157, Lll P'terl150, Nena 18 building trades unions until Olds 38 31
Ellis and Katie Stull 152. Julie Feb. 24 to answer unfair labor Tin Lizzies 31 32

Chesser converted the 4710. practice charges filed against Sting Ray 35 34
JACKSON GATEWAY AI them by three Merritt Island T-Blrd 35 34
Kiser was high with 485 and a construction contractors em. Maxwell 33 36
202. Carl March tossed a 176 ployed by the government. The Rambler 33 36

and 171, Andy Leffert 173, Bill contractor charges promptedthe Valiant 32 31
Med and Bill Lake 185. NLRB to seek the federal Corvette 30 39
BANTAM KITTENS .. Terry court ruling.
Stutz 21 42
Kllngler showed a 148 single, The telegraphers, one of 11
Linda Lange 142, Linda Hahn non operating unions which I Caddies 23 46

d 136, Beth Clemmer 127, Susie struck the Florida East Coast: Fairlane 22 41
N j3 Bell 126, Chris GUlesple 119, Railway 13 months ago, estab.
Cynthia Bell 115,Carolyn Booker llshed picket lines here Mondayto TWIN COUNTY BB
113 and Bills Hall 117. protest movement of one of Gulf Coast Motors 611/2 361/2

BANTAM PUPPIES .. Many the line's freight trains onto new Moons Masonry 50 38

nice games were rolled today. government owned track on Brunk Miller Ins. 48 40
Reggie Lord 146, David Loach Merritt Island, where the National Sunshine HrdvareiSl/2 421/2

134, Glen Roark 120SklppyCieltz Aeronautics and Space Nap. Floor Cov. 451/2 421/2

129, Albert Fortin 111, Danny Administration is building mas. F age rs Roof Ctng. 45 43
Brack 135, Carl Vonnol? 118, live faculties for launching Bibbees Mkt 441/2 43 1/2
b. h..M.DON'T
American astronauts to the
Kenny Roark 131, Rock Scofield
First 44 44
Fla. Res.
126, John Kllngler 139, Chris Moon.
531/2
Croak 116, Mike Stacey 124, Vitro 341/2
The railroad refused to meeta
Dane Scofield 130 and Eddie Dor union demand for a 10.28 centan Rices Clippers 311/2 56 1/2
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YOU READ BEFORE YOU BUY ? say 127. hour wage increase to the av.
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JUNIOR MIXED. Scoring crags 2.42 hourly scale. It also PALMETTO
honors went toDann)'Mulllns who rejected government demandsthat Johns Clothing 511/2 301/2

posted a 557 using games of 189. it mediate with the unions. Furniture Fair 45 43
193 and 175. Barbar Sorensen Bon. Spr. Spa '44 44
The picketing spread to Met.tilt .
of 212.110.221 fora
Newspaper Magainc ads People can lingi with a printed sizes prices$ at their own pace. will pay to promote it in print tossed 543 set games Jim Sheets had a 316. Island and cape Kennedythis Corwin Dorothys Shells 5th Ave. 39 42 46 49

Catalogs and brochures This i is page: twominutcs, f fiveminutes: They can rip out a printed adwhere people on the brink of 203, Jerry Davis 490.181, granted week after the FEC the space permissionto Agency Tropics Drive In 36 1/2 511/2

where sales get started This i is ten They can conic back to it save it, show it to friends make bumf,can get their hands on it. Brendon Bell Haynes a 411.149.4110.Suzette 180, move trains onto 4.9 miles of
and Pam track laid Into the heart of the SEASHELL MIXED !BBCoqulraj
where people turn to ferret out agamandairam, llu'> canrnin* notes on it, clip coupons: They Print makes sense because print Fortin listed a lone 189, Larry oonport. 53 1/2 341/2
Daniels and Diana
the: facti"which allow an intel pare one product with another, can and they do Don't .inn' makes sales. Lee Mulllns 184 150 Eric, Ann Scott and Kathy The first train manned by Conches 50 38

hqent buying decision. They C'U1l1tud)' styles, feature, If )ou'\c something to sell, it Repass 142, Steve Hartley 133. non-union help rolled onto Mer. Kings Crown 41 41
ROLLING BROOKS; MIXED rltt Island Monday, carrying Angel Wings 43 1/2 441/2
It was either win or lose for gravel and other construction Junioius 43 45

One of a series; f escntd by the Punt Advertising Association and most 507:193 teams.led Caxambas Hub Rans Kits witha to cy material needs In which Its construction the Space Agent pro). Sea Panama Horses Rollers 38 40 48 50

their win overEhark River. When ec:IS. Sand Dollar 31 51

the New River team took all from All but a handfull of building ROLLING BROOKS MDCED BB
Creek bowler seem. trades workers refused to crow
every
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ed to have a hand "In" MargMUtner the lines, hamstringing construe Henderson Creek 52 36
I e led them with a 456, tlon. About 600 of 7,000 Indus. GordonRlver 51 37
(!! 0 Pearlle Rlner 453, Wee MUtner trial I union workers also honor. Palm River 49 1/2 381/2
It Ntm A'1 and Ruby Hirer 450. Ann Follls ed the pickets, but their absent New River 49 1/2 38 1/2
ooeeft d tried hard for the opposition with did not affect missile launching Marco Pus 46 42

i ( a 471. Babblers took over Marco activity at Cape Kennedy. axambas KitS 45 43

pass with Fred Clark 523.202 Three key Intercontinental Babblers 43 45

and Mary Lanes 499-209. Jim rani missile test firings are Horse Creek 39 49

Croak was the leader with 390 scheduled thin vesk-Atlas, Titan Rookery Bay 3T 1/2 601/2

,''''' 221.204, as Rookery Bay won t and Minuteman. Shark RI er 211/2 eo 12tiV
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_BY DAVID LYON things might not Improve when stall the game away, North Fort -- -

FenT MYERS All work and they saw the Eagles drop farther Myers kept putting up shots. ;., .J.

*I w play made the Eagles a dullteam behind In the third quarter. Froma Aage Schroeder tried one from .
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4"; and they lost to North Fort three-point halftime deficit N a. the side, and in It went to douse

,; Myers' Red Knights 64.57 In pies dropped 11 points back witha the Eagles' last comeback hope. SPORTS

t an upset last night at Fort My minute left in the quarter. Naples' scoring again was bal.

era Junior High gymnasium Marty Bowen and Bill Morton anted, a cheerful note in an other

Naples put together two One each put In a rebound to cut wise glum evening. Despite be . . . . . . . . .
performances last Friday and that margin to seven points 48. ing blanketed by Red Knights, l

Saturday walloping Venice and 41, going Into the last eight Clark led the team In scoring t,
losing the one.polnt heartbreak.er minutes. Steve Clark, closely and rebounding Marty Bowen 8 COLIII COUNTY SEWS edneaday.. February 12 1964

to Fort Myers. The Eagles guarded throughout the game also and David Pease found the op*

perhaps were due to have an scored on a rebound to bring position defense tough to crack,

off night and It turned out they Naples within five as the last but still scored In double fig. Shows Be
could not afford to be off and period got under way. ures. Buzz Berson made five TV Boxing May

still beat a determined North But along came Mitchell to out of seven field goal attemptsIn

Fort Myers team score from close In, and then the second half, all from well ?wyl.n e+au a v adeM3 ;

"We looked pretty flat,"coach again on a rebound, to widen
out.Coach Bv Pro FootballNEW '
Ranked
Andy Lorentzson commented NFM's lead to nine points once Jerry Howell's "B" :

afterwards. "I was afraid this more. With less than three min. team scored 16 straight pointsin 1- -- -

might happen after the Fort utes to go, Clark put In two the third quarter and breez. YORK (.U )-The foot. when he said the specifications .
Myers game" The loss even. buckets to draw the Eagles with. ed to a 5951! triumph over NFM ball: l explosion will rock televl. for the bidding gave' the league

ed the Eagles' season record at in five points once more, 58- In the preliminary', A 25.18:; slon sets next fall. From Friday the right to withhold the rights .

8-8, while NFM Improved Its 53. lead mushroomed to 41.18. and night through Sunday afternoon to a maximum: of five night

standing to 67. Disdaining an opportunity to this big lead was more than doubleheaders there won't be games Four night\ games were I

Two teams with grudges await adequate to withstand a blister. many hours when the viewer televised regionally In 1963 aft :

Naples this weekend. Venice Gators Squeeze Inc 28-polnt last quarter by the will be far awa>' from Y, A. TIt. er being held out of the CBS I Ipackue.

a 25-polnt loser to the Eagles losers. tie or Tobin Rote. .
last Friday, will be In Naples Past ImmokaleeTo Ed Stoner had 15 Naples points jL-- In another year the screen "Any deal would have to be I
Tom Bernard 11 Al Hackneyand Y ; .. r between
this Friday in a vengeful mood. may be carrying a weekly the Individual club and

On Saturday night Alva will paya Hold Top Spot Dennis Fields eight each, sports event on a Monda night the network." said Jim Kensll,
visit, hoping to make up for Randy Harris five, Frank series across the board. The NFL public relations chief. "We I

an earlier 91-42 loss to Naples. Everglades cemented its grip Townsend three, Paul Felsch baseball people are working on have not even started: work on
first in the Mike Weeks, Brad Unkeless, and schedule."
on place Everglades a plan, still In the tentative our I
KNIGHTS REBOUNDThe Conference with a 64-55 home- Gary Sharp all with two each, stage to air a "Game of the The pro leagues' telecasts are .1

Eagles romped to a 7-3 court victory over Immokaleelast and James Keen one. M ark Hollan Week" night game across the not permitted to conflict with

lead In the opening minutes last night. had 13 for NFM. ':" '1 --- --= nation. There are reports that college games under the law

back night,on but three the Knights straight stormed basketsby The Gators now have a 7-1 THE SCORINGNAPLES STRETCH OF SAND lining both sidesof curve. When built four years ago, pro same football network might along be fed with to pro the that from gave antitrust the legislation.pros freedom How

hot-snootlng guard John Mit league record with only Naples High School football field football field was designed to accom basketball and hocke)'. ever, an individual club can
chell. He scored a rebound of two games left In league play. FG FT TP make Its own deal.
will give way soon to a 440-yard track. modate a track at a late date with a The American BroadcastingCo
his missed free throw, then stole Ahead Is a Friday night home Pease 4-10 3.& 11 said Tuesda it will carry American Football League re.
the ball for a layup, then sanka game with Alva, and a victory BowenClaik _. 4.11 &.11 II: Fence behind Scoreboard and north minimum of difficultThat's why the five National Football League centl)' signed a new five.)'ear:
20-footer to put his team In will just about the stands built back from tha side contract for $36 million with the
wrap up __ ii.11* :M 15 goal posts will be moved back a few were games on Friday nights between

the lead, 97. championship for Coach PhilLarson's Kernon ._ .5.10 0.2 10 feet to make room for track's north I lines. (NEWS photo) Sept. 25: and Oct. 23. National Broadcasting Co.,
Naples tied it up at nlne.ll, team.Everglades A spokesman who declined starting In IOCS.!
15 22 and 21 points but never Morton .2.7 2.2 1SplnlCll'I' \ the still has
AFL a
also has a fine use of his name, wouldn't makeit However
was able to go ahead again. The overall record of 18-6, Includ- ._ 1.S 0-II :: 50,000 Welcome Jim Beatty HopesTo official but added: "It Is year to go on its old contract

Eagles were outshot from the Dyna EasyWinner true." with ABC, which has Indicated
ing the last five In a row. Im !Make Up For
floor by a wide percentage mar. mokalee committed too TOTALS 22.C>2 1:1.22: 57 With the weekly boxing shows it will pick up the option. If It
gin and they made too many many Only Yank Gold Olympic FailureSAN due to go off the air on ABCIn does, ABC will be showing ML
fouls and fourth
lost its lea
errors 21 to be exact. nights and
floor September the football games Friday AFLon
N, FT MY'S FO FT TP
North Fort Myers displayeda gue game against five victories Of Sunday afternoons
FRANCISCO (AP-Jlm) games would fill the gap.
slick offense and a tenacious The Indians are 6-8 over- Schroeder 2.7 0.1 4 Medal Winner Beatty, the veteran American The National Football League, CBS has announced it plans to
defense. The Knights made very all. McEvnnn __ 1.rt 2.7 K schedule NFL football double
times
FSSEXVILLF: Mich. distance star whose are which recently sold its games
few mistakes (only five errorson Immokalee took an early lead, Swallow __ 5-15 tt.i to Terry McDermott, came (home CAP-to more impressive than his vie o.,> to the Columbia Broadcasting headers after the end of Day. :

offense all night) and they cap. but saw It vanish last night Thomas 4.10 1M4& 211 Nassau RaceNassau a tumultous welcome by more rles, makes his Olympic year System for two years at $14.1 light Saving Time in the Easton :

itallzed on the ones Naples made. under a barrage of Gator free Mitchell .11.20 0.1 22 than 50,000 persons Tuesday and debut Saturday In the Golden million a year, said the an. the last Sunday In October '
It was one of the best all-around "It nice Gate Invitational Indoor track nouncement of ABC's plans was Presumably, a West Coast ;
throws. Everglades sank 26 Bartlett 0.2 0.0 <( performances by Coach Dave of 40 attempts from the foul s.ll. The boys got plenty of gold medal at the Winter Olympic and field meet. "premature." game would be brought Into the fi
Murphy's Red Knight crew this sleep." However the NFL did hold East after the eastern games ,I
line to more than offset a six- TOTALS 25. O 14.27 U s. ,
It's the start of a year which are over and vice versa. How. ;
season. out five
This Is how Clayton Fwlng( oft At Trl-CUles Airport wherehewas possible night games
Mitchell scoring well in every point Immokalee advantage iton. Md., dose rlbl'd the 184. greeted by' 4,000 Beatty hopes can atone for his from the CBS package. eVE'r. no NFL games will be ,

quarter kept his team ahead in from the field. Naples __ 16 I 11 15 1 11\-57 mill yacht race from Miami to McDermott referring persons back to, 1960 Olympic failure and his dis.' CBS Vice President Bill Mac. seen in a city which has a IHMII .:

the second period by scoring on Butch Hughes leading Gator N Ft. My' 11 13 III >If -Iia Nassau, after his !ri8.foot yawl his soventh.place finish in 1960 appointing 1963 season. Phall admitted this Tuesday game that date

a fast break on a drive, and scorer, got only eight points Dyna skimmed across the finish Olympics skating quipped, "I ,;

on a Jump shot from IS feet but the other starters scoredIn Schedule Second line Tuesday night miles ahead was four years older and eight 7

.'" Naples trailed by three pointsat double figures. Junior of her nearest. pursuer tenths of a second faster.

halftime 2926. Ballard had 17 points, Jack Round Today Of Ewing took his aluminum. "Besides I had a good race
Bob Thomas, Mltchell'.tearn.mate Davis 16 David Barton and al Innsbruck is de.
hulled vessel to the front of the Everything
at guard took over three in field the| Charlie Goff 10 each. Danny Best-Ball TourneyPALM 4C>yacht fleet {ImmedUti-l after termlned on fractions of sec.
third sinking
quarter
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goals and three foul shots. Each j Smith tacked on three Gator BEACH (AP) The pushing off from Miami Monday onds. Nothing can go wrong."

boy hit six points In the fourth,: points. second round of the PGA Junior. and never surrendered the lead The 23yearyear.old skating NIY
barber set a record in the COO.:
Ball Golf
Senior Best Tourna.
period and Mitchell ended up i I Bill Driver was Immokalee's His victory spoiled the record
meter speedskatlng event at
with 22 points by hitting 11 out t: top scorer with 12 points. Larry ment was scheduled for todayat of Ondine, S. A. (Hue)) Longs Innsbruck Austria a week ago.

of 20 shots from the floor. Day and Harley Thomas had 11 the. new PGA headquarterscourse. In.root yawl which had led the He returned with his wife, Vir.

Southern Ocean Racing Confer glnla from New York where the I
FOULS HURT each. Jerry Rutledge nine, Al Broach of Port Washington, ence fleet Into port In all,four J been :
couplq.tad!; hpneymopnlnj.(
The Eagles kept foullni\ Julrtft Wllll.ms' five, UnrfrI N. Y., and", Ernie Catropa of of tho'N1nter' earlier races.A They, have, been tnarrled, four ,..:
he dropplnj Westport Conn. fired a low r
Thomas and kept ,
d I i Pollock three, and Parnell four rising northerly wind was a' months.
in free throws. At game's 34-33-47 over the tough east
Immokalee boon to other boats of McDermott: led a 200-car
he had 20 points, 12 of their, plays a home gameI course at Palm Beach Gardens many
which had chances to win on motorcade past 50,000 cheeringand
Friday with North Fort
from the foul line. He miss My- Tuesday.
their handicaps. Among these waving citizens through Bay
ers, which knocked off
only two charity shots. Naples There 11
were combinations was the tough little 3Wool) yawl City and Into his hometown Es.
Naples followers sensed thai t last night. 67 in the first round.
'Doubloon with which Joe Byarsof sexvllle, a small easUcentral
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aristocrats of the fleet In last
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year's conference battle. Police!! have a.nured golf pro JIM GENTILE GIVES KANSAS CITY A BIG STRETCH AT FIRST BASE I
w Dyna had a !54-mlnute handle Bill ford that no one will equal

cap from the biggest boat in the his record lie drove i golf bull
York Yankees and Boston Red The Chicago White Sox signed
fleet, George Slayton's 63-foo!t t through Owensboro a trip that Gentile Signs I
Sox were the busiest In the sign. catcher Camllo Carreon and
yawl Good Hope out of Fort look 136 strokes more nr Ic-i.
Ing market. The Yankees signed pitchers Mike Joyce and EC
Lauderdale. But Dyna had to Ford who didn't break a
Rollle Sheldon and Bob Notte Cleveland Induced out.
.. Best ContractJim pitchers
I-. give every other boat time al. tingle windshield ix .wrnd.w
Meyer outfielder Elvlo Jiminezand fielder Paul Dlcken Infielder
lowances ranging from 40 mine put on the exhibition In hchall .,f
.1 Gentile slumped. to 24RACING catcher Billy Madden. The Vern Fuller and catcher Jerry
uses to nearly seven hours. a charity drive
homers last year but set a Red Sox signed pitcher Bill Burlison to agree to terms. The

1 IX.e.r career high in the deportment Monbouquette, catcher Bob Till. Los Angeles Angels signed out.

-- department by batting 1.000 man, infielder Chuck Schillingand fielders Ed Kirkpatrick and
FOR BUSINESS i aglnst the water cooler.He outfielder Tony Conlgllaro. Dick Simpson.

wound up getting a rise -
i

Thursday Feb. 13 AC 1iiZA out out Gentile of of Kansas Baltimore, acquired City. and by a Kansas raise Following The Dogs At BonitaA I'


City from Baltimore in an off. new favorite comes to the inside running Ma gnu.. Mag

season trade for Norm Elebern forefront tonight In the feature nui. running from the throw-box,

COL. SANDERS was all smiles Tuesday after "Hot Box race at ,the Naples- is named for the place spot and

signing his 1964 baseball con. Fort Myers Kennel Club. This Sue Tie, from the five box, Is
tract for what he termed "the
outstanding program, which has named for show even though
r1ArueNG cO HA"ANO IANO' OIICINA''C''''' 4D best contract I in.
ever signed- four Grade A and two % mile this speedy girl has won two

eluding anything I ever got from marathon races on tap, will get straight 'Hot Box" races and

the Orioles. underway at 8:U. has a fine record of four win,

K nt"ck pied (lkickett Orioles Some of he what had he to got give from back.the Tonight Hot Box" election three seconds: and three thirds

Gentile was fined for not hus. It Mar How Betty from the Others In the field are Anna
Lilt. Captain Tommy, Blackest
Kennel white and
tllng and made only about $300of John Woods a
brindle girl who has pouted Rosey, a winner of three
a $2,000 bonus he was prom.
straight: races, Paldon Mar and
of late and
come tine times
ised if he
A managed to belt the
Featuring ball more often than the water should be ready for the big win. Chief Peewee.

cooler and in hit for This strong finisher likes to run ENTRIESFirrt
r 1 general, a
Kentucky dried Chicken higher average in the deportment from the outside. and running! G,.... C J/ll
department.It from the eight: box tonight, Earl. Stena S ",alMl.'. Hwy ItBy.
didn't work out that should be able to stave off theta I Sa|. Fire '.1
As Only Col. Saunders can TWO.WAY CONGRATULATIONS were offered this Gentile slumped for the second way. t breaking Sue Tie and the Buttar Lltt I Muck"MS I, Lady Mar Gay ttDopoo I

prepare it. Come in today or morning at the Moorings Golf and Country Club as year In a row, hitting only .248 loc.,," Orada I ""
Club Pro Bill McDevitt (I) and Jim Council of Somer.set with 24 homers and 72 runt RESULTS Iowa 17 N.I>"' ta".. I
A Mystery ( Ponman I
tonight from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. basked the of hole-in-one shots batted in. In 1961 the slugging Pint T-JIII: Qufe. 1710 Holly Glow' 10 ttatt Quid. '..1lup"
Ky.. In glory first baseman had put togetherhis Cool. LI ha (2)) 41.20 100 190 .. Echo 7 Mary. N"laca I

for the most delicious treat of t Latest to join the select circle of golfers was Council best season In the majors ChIt Kan. CS I K.,,ng. (7)(&I) ; U 4 120 10 Third Q,". D I/It
hole with a .320 average 46 homersand Notay Varal, I Count On IB
who the number
at
your life. accomplished ace on seven nil runs batted in. lacana--II:al Ouln ( l.JOTuck way Stan 70 I Kanlallan 1I.aer
Mivoe (21 i 1400 100 110 'a "d..O 1 Sandy Bar 4
7t11.,. ? r the Moorings course Council used a seven-iron to Apparent! the A's are hopingfor Sound Br.aktr (7) II.40 4 20 M.rry EI... t I Kind, Wr I
d the hole shot. 'It's' a return to the 1961 marks Swift Ca.la (of| I 40
A bucket, a barrel or I box. Bring one home negotiate 170-yard in one my Faurth G,.... B I'"
figuring Gentile and another Dally Dabbla ((2.li) SIM.MSavant Chiaf CeO2 Napt ".''d., I
tonight) The bucket a full meal for the whole first said Council, who has been playing golf since trade acquisition Rocky Cola. Frank. Rod I Molly. Dolly U.
foursome that TNlyd T-J\I II 00.1. /17.10Fnp Coo?..''. v.",. I H loma O'blar T !
family. The barrel a main court for larger about 1955, Mrs Council was in the vito, can provide Kansas City Aw.y" II'(4)) 1.4' 115 3.00 Contona IIS'* Shark Mar I

gatherings. The box an Individual dinner. saw the perfect shot McDevitt hit his first hole-in-one with a 1.2 power punch and an W.Ib.r1 Hickory,. alt, 170(II / 55 I.110. Fifth G,.... B t/lt
attractive draw at the gate Autarky t C', Army h*' 01 '
There'i a take home package for every size family about a month ago on hole number nine. which plays The A's also signed catcher Futh. T-32:11: t''i' 01.15 Lofton t Lucky I...$ ,.,
0.11.' MIalr.o (s) 10 a NU.,7 Choir I Llttla 1 Kaiaal I
every size appetite.. about 240 yards, using No 2 wood (NEWS photo) Doc Edwards while the New Seen QI",121.' (I\ 11.00 '1.0TI"II ..10'lftll Almond Jay 10 Fraky 1 Kr.|5 t

tilth 0'.... C '"
T-Jt:1I: Quia. iU eS Irih Signal 'It Nancy Dawltt. t
"" also Invite Lady tan (I) 1.40 4 It 1$0 .. Norton I Bway I'." t
ok. lad.. (n 1.21 e aAn "ott C.a 12 Agtnt, Bat t
to use our' 4i ..-. k POST TLMEXl'fPTSGNDA V. Knew (7) .... Mr. Parronalovanth I Sy, Phony 7.2

:IIVe ,lilt, l'-/MM 0.4.. "7.21 G,... A I/It
Sr 0'1110' CII U.6O' 10 475 Dana, t Wild TI. 4
-f J V.:. S.' ,., ((2) 1 00 4 20Almon Brooking 10 B".". On t
..... ; : ROOMIn V"I. (13) 140 Rubicon '.1 P.nlay. M.I.... .
Art,a'i Shop 7 W.Mat. CAIN I
T-11:M Quill. IM.M
? M.. jay (I) U M 400 100Flv Eighth G,... A //"
Tw Five (Ill J.00 4H .10 shop 7.2 0 cl.l fgraaa I
.rtim.n (., '.10 Dollar Cotton t ,whu.ka Chiaf IAla.
4 U"_. II
Addition Try Our [ ,I"Dr:. N: OtdM., m.2 !.. j.anla Daa t Whit Pam. I
tfl Wh.uy ) It M 4 M 4 00
: eufiln Out (SI IM 140 Ninth Orada. A I/It
FISH SHRIMP and SALADS Male ((4)) 110 Puro sane 4 W..., Marry I
N.thj Meta I JW. Ir hmon 1-1
Ninth' T-11.11 flithi $f.* Duo 12 thy Coad I
Mr, Ccno (I) 12 U r.00 Capt Tank 11,." I
Bonita i U.S. G.rrt KM II I) 4.00.0
Located At Springs ii 41 .'0..11 Smoky (i) 1.00 Tanth, G,.... A 1111A"
Lilt I >... 72
Tmth UTah'lIlt'7" HMO CaM Tammy I Pa'adon. Mar tMignu
590 9th "Nrky" ( ) 00 4 01 | C". f r>a wa. IIB'ackaat
St. No. NaplesPh. RAIN OR CLEAR FOR KtStlVATIONS, C.iRirUc-.... L'.tt*,(S) IM 4MCM 2 M M"ay 12 Mar Mow Batty I


MI 2-7254 :SATURDAY MATINEE 2:30pm: 1/ Wy o. IONITA 2-2421 SPKINGS WTmaa 2,2411 .'_, --.. t"'i $11.54 *ama El.wntk' CI...,. I GraM Ma .
111 <1> 12 too 240Ctr t..... Carrol I PVtvllogo. t
KlP. (I) IM 400MM one N... II.... BIN Iw.
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Hoffa Charges Total For Week Hits $537,200


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FBI Is
r SpyingOn Moorinas Deal Tons County Realty

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1II1IIMJflW SECTION[ 60SUSE mUl1l Every Move ---iJl- 1

\ County r- .11 estate sales K.R. and Wanda J.Wilson Fort K. Shields to Alan C. Wolver.

CIIATTAXOOGA1 Tcun. (AP) cached a total of 537.200 Myers. Lot 2, Blk 10. Naples toll. Fort Lauderdale parcel In

**> James FBI is R.sp> lig Hoiu on, hisen chargingthe for the first February processing Manor Add'n. $1.000; William Sec 24, Twp 50, Rge 31, $1,

period Last month H. Winters to A. Jules and Anna
move and the judge In his ]ur>. 000.Gewant
DAILY DEADLINE 10 AM Day Pnor Publ eotion Midway\ Unit'01'Ing trl.1011.'' do 1 am. the total was $2.612,755.: A. Brooks Durront; NJ.. Lot Realty Co., to WorldWide

THE CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY DEADLINE 10 AM. Fr:doy thing about It, is !lit11I aska The top deal of the cur- 10, Blk B, Pine Ridge, $19 Land Corp., parcels In

____ ,9-OlfYT higher court for help. tern period was by C.F. and 000; Florence T. Davis to Mary Sec 22, Twp 3J Rge 33; ec

u ...-.1.V TIP Teanntcrs! preslJiiu's \<-l T. Clen: :o iIi,: Shore C. Martin. Napes, Lots 1, 2. 30, Twp 50, Rge 34; Se 1.Tw .

1AnnounctmtnhPLAZA 26-Personal 57-Houses For Sale charge overshadow.ed the \\In.10 Developmint Co.. of Naples 3, 4, 46 and 47 and N 1/2 ? 52, Rge :33; Sec 1. Twp)

65-Gen Real state up tod.iv of cross.oxjinlM.itIon; for Lot 8, Block: R. Unit 2. Lots 48, 49 and 50. No. 2. 52, Rge 33; Sec 19, Twp 50,
'F of the government's I'hlei 1\It. Rock Rge 34; and Sec 21, Twp ".g)
Creek
2 bedroom CBS Homo on Lake ': U t H.uSn b U The Moorings for 100000. Pines. $30.000;
BEAUTY SALON ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS completely, furmthed A.t con. Sale or"r..%t 5' ., 1 0.: ,.1'.lonos ness, Edward: c. Panln? 01 rUe Other sales of $1,000 or over First Florida Real Estate Mart, Rge 33; total sales $115,< 00
Man M''
1(21 E. Timloml Woman with' drinking dit,on all for 19 450 Will Entryr. mu ton Rouge, La. Panln bog.ui
.
Trail problamt Call Ml 2 2770. PO5os', Inc. and Bernice The Henderson Creek Co., "
Midway '.6612 Mtatmfi tako in Trailer on Trade 5324Sperling his testmom right davs with values taken from tax to Ralph W.
Tuesday and Fridays' I 10 Court Go back Trail ) ago. amps: on recorded deeds Included E.'a 111 n, Sr.. Klngsport Earl M. and Louise Wright: ,
pm. Cottage First Baptist Terrace to Stoneeraft, than Trade Son. b.d.oom un.lo Hoffa said his attoriu A ill
'STUDIO GIRL, COSMETICSFor Church turn right' second house on Ian CBS ....... heat sir cond ask tilt' 6th Cln'ult Court of AI.pt'ah the fol owing: Tenn., parcel in Sec 23, Twp Coventry. Del., parcel in ;)ec

MI 52055.Studio Order Q rt coametic now.3BoatsMotors.Acces.. oil Own., b..ut"ul now L cat Br.on,ng,AlA ng ItO, Pompano per do in elm iiinatl to compelDIM. Pauline R. Jones to RobertL. 47, Rge 27, $4,000. 3, Twp :51. Rge 26, $,00,;

I 33-Service Offered ti.000 aqu'ty. mertgtgo, PO Judge t'rank' !; Wilson to HIM Turnhul Naples part Lot Collier Development Corp.. B, F. Vi i:Hams J r. to Join
4 BR 2 BATH CBS HOME 000 WII, oichaxRe equ ty foi
--
i For' an entiirste- of your W.'hI X 30 ft. Florida Room. 1 btd'oem P batS ill Naplat ten to his charscs.Wilson's 17, all lots: 18 and 19, Blk to Henry M. Mlnster, Tr.. parcel F. and Barbara A. Bass, III.Enilewood .
lane tCt' sned patio.' master arc WMe Bo' l'2 Ntpitt refusal to Itlterrtl&'tthe 24. Tier 3 In Set 5 43 25 { Fla., parcel IN Set
Naples Twp Rge
30 ft. ChrIs Craft. I.. Skiff Painting[; nerds phone Ml b droom and bath. air conditioned 2'12 n M II $26.000j; ,
twin' Chryelcr 171 ...radio, depth 2-4580 No job too lai** 01 ; utility, oom. 2 cur car' trial, now in its 1 1411 da) Ted R. and: Grace M. Brack $15,000)) Henry S. and Dorothea :20. Twp 51, Rge 30, $4.000.
finder nlfter, euel pilot' prtttur port city teweraga well and for a special! hearing to consider and Har -
L.E. let Robert
water aytrem. monal i too 1m all. Clean! efficient pump for iprmkling Q E atove "WE CAN SELL YOU A > l_ to Irvin C. and Agnes N. Ross M. Minister to Alec and Bonnie Den
tank. hattt and ttrutialactrle service. and retrig" All rug and drapaa LOVELY HOME TO GO ON the matter meanst arc Naples parcel In Block 21. Gibson South Miimt.parcel in C, and Julia M. Taylor Hollywood -
winch. full canvas torn furniture, T V. cable gat YOUR LOT" ing denied our eciltstituttonJ.lrights
all, foam rukber bunk. 3 sot. heat ONLY 115.500. Located at Hoffa saId at a news tier 6, Naples, Sl4ooOlfarry; See 10, Twp 48, Rge 28, $5. parcel I In Sec 33, Twp
of wheela-vudbury taK watar GEORGE UHL. Paintinc lIlt 7th Ava. No. Call Bill LOOKING FOR A NICE WA. 51. Rge 31. $1,500 L.E. and
.fetUm flncit aaa iklff In Tucker, Midway 1505 II TERFRONT LOn Th.n maken conference Tuesla( ). G. and Helanya D. Fitzgerald, 700, George L. Ford, et al5 I
rtaplM. Call Midway Hug Appointment, to Bearh see thus,EttatatPr largelot Chief prosecutor James F. Jr.. to Otis W. and Helen F. to Jo and Phyllis Parker. North Harriet Dent to John S. Mi-
Commercial und Hes Sic month old 2 bedro1iiIe in Vanderb
Jor &I'e: 21 ft. Daniala' built beth home on corner lot .t 5th cad at $5500 00 with term Seal of Washington fitly' d<>. Dresslar, Naples, Lot 36, Blk Miami Peach, parcel In Sec 34, tint, Hollywood, parcel in :ice
oat. 145 H.P. lira |ht I. Licensed and Insured Ave No near hospital westside 3 lots 50'>115' each :33. Twp 51. Re 31 $100:'
nled 4 Unit 48 26 ,
ChryaUr, frtth watar coolad I 2761 Storter Ave. of Trail Only $200 down Located In fist growing are, government agE'ntsprp 2. Aqualane Shores, Twp Rge $3,000; Josephine
Tnk,... dKka. Leadad with a*: payment till 00 by owner No TRAIL TERRACE DRIVE watching Hoffa, his five rotlo. $8,000: C.E and Lura M. McBride Gelardl 10 Porter A. Edward aid Matilda Felu-
t E. Turnar A Sont Inc.. Naples Fin 33940 tlp i $1.000 each with term
'.22 brokers "** PhiYJni fendants or their lavprs. Richardson Si Is* stein er al to and
Midway iYACHT -- 2.5295 :.!.!.:..! IMAGINE' A BEAUTIFUL to R. Edwin Brady, Hy George's Leroy KatieW.
RUBBER STAMPS thai HOME 01 this lovely lot on The defense has charged near. atisvlle. Md.. Lot 4. Blk 13, land, MU., (parcel h Sec *5 Owens, Hlaleah. parcel III

Camplata BROKERAGE Naplat Listings, make a food Impru'on.Any I IM bedroom bath screened home 'In patio.Brooktld' car. the HARBOR corner ROAD of PARK WAY Near and h''Pf Jan.} da 20)' that since its tin1 tlvltles trial U<. Unit 6, Aqualane Shores $5, Twp 48, Rge 26. $5,700; Robed Sec 17, Twp 52, Rge 32, $'?,

Fin. Inboard Boats From 20 size. Quick MITICS. tall port. tow: condition 3.7455., low equity/IHf: Rock Creek This. ,City desirable,watarnvnilable gait were being observed. Out Hof. JOO: C.E. and Lura M McBride and Beatrice Cope to Rex) F 400;Golden Age Im estment Co.,

Bob.Smith Martin ChriaCraft- M123757Irunli hl.... Collier County NEWS. Home Site can .b.rru"t.;. fa Injected something new-an tc Eugene S. and Evelyn Misner, Tr., parcel In Sec 24.& to H.D. and Sara W. Moore

--SPECIAL Lota 'W. 'ht Salol DtX 3 Bedroom i tile,' bath home (2000 RUARY f you 13th buy ALL I it CASH! affidavit from a self.itled professional Thomas.. Chevy Chase Md.. Twp 40, Rge 2'7. $3,000! Claude Arlington, Va., parcel In :Sec

19 ft A pin DIET Fifth. Tablati Ava Ra.ali:rnl't lc Na: paling located throughout In The Moonnga living room.dining Car. Remember" to rent buy or \\IrC'1 avppr, BI'rnard Lot 5, Blk 13, Unit 6, Aqua- and Alice Hunter to Bruce D 13. Twp 53\ Rge 34, $1,600;
fiberglass "Crosby"run room hall and one bad tell contact Shores and Grace Q Jenkins Naples Golden" Investment Co.
Lucille, Out Laah Brown B. Splnd I of fpyork.. lane $5,300.LAKE Age to
eircondtion:
about, twin 40 HP 38-Autos For Sale .d room and Completely heated dipol diahwaahar Virgil. Marcum Bob Jaeger Hoffa, who will be 31 I on \'ai- parcel in Sec 21, Twp 50, fig Amelia KkKenna East Patchogue -


Johnson motors with only I Paved driveway to Nice carport 53.SthFt N. entbio's Da> and the oilier five MVNOK 26, $1,000: Howard andSusann N.Y., parcel In Sec" 1",

16 hr Mince new. 2 18ffs.1 I, 195S screened and In storage porch Lawn room toddad Ml 14351DEWEY are being tried for alleged! aU Edward L. and C. Jane Connolly Twp 52. Rge: 34, $1,500; Frank
tanks all I Volkawagan food condl and partially, I.nd.c.p.d. Plo.Ut POLLY to fix the jury In his
Ks control lion Ml' 2.301?. 21 II If | i 404 alter t pm. No brok temping Jr.. to Wm.G.and Norma Felix Layton and Rose" tinder, Trustees! to
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. I art plaate REALTY 1962 conspiracy trial at Naah- J. Bucholtz, Naples. Lot 46, Eugene M. Wilson Clearwater
19(1 enJcd, with a
Volkawaian Truck Double vllle. That trial
er complete pickaxe Doors on both .,dll. rod. great bedroom COQUINA, SANO"" cuitom'. : -- Lake Manor $13,200; Francis To Jive TalkIn panel in Sec 36, Twp 53. Rge
2 bath Home large hung: Jut).
$1895. See at 1650 Murex .1511.ahapa. ,un. Call 2452 or screened porch and garage on APT FOR SALE In his affidavit Splndel said X. and Katertne A. Sullivan to 34. $1,700; Claude and Alice
Drive or call Bill Tucker 211.12lass corner lot, Phone Ml 1.51St."IUILDER CoOp Apt Overloobin Gulf or Fort Myers
Frank L. and Delia A. Snell. Hunter to Bruce D. and GraceQ.
d
I Say, I or 2 bedroom. EN\ baths.Feesotteble he was hired! bv Hoffa "to <*
Midway 2-4295 Excellent station wagon twap for 2 and 3 bedroom OFFERS home 11th .u'n..11.. 0' U" ted whither or not there I* or Naples. Lot 10, Blk G. Unit 1. Felix Laton) a viteranof Jenkins, Naples, parcel in
what have Ml, on 1611
Z.131S. furnuslt.d Shoreli Ap"
Bayl 1LL.. _you Av*. So between ft* 5 Ith Sta quIt Shore Blvi across. Irom has i 1..I'n surveillance of till dnfondants. \> The Moorings $5,300: Moor- World War D, will speak| on, Sec 23. Twp 50, Rge 26, $2.
I either completed or under con. Mission, Houte, 'Spirituality In Dally Living "
of Ltd. 500andTheSouthCoasrConst.
Dev. Co. Canada. ;
&r>ORTB FISHERMAN ; loss co, tIer, Eicallant condl atructlon priced' from 114.500 to ings ,
11 Ft Ulrlckaon.' fly.ni bridge. lion |)9S. Ml 2 ItS?. 215.1.12.11 117400 .with good tarma to Charles K. and Barbara A. Friday, Febrtiar 28 at 8 p.m., Co., Inc., to Vincent and Alice
22S Gray Marina. sl'.11I tll,... I WILLIAM B. STONE INC Pa. Lot In Fort Pol /ers at tlie First Fisher Park "
Rldgll'parrel1r1
Mader. Pittsburgh
eonriplata with flahing Chairs Builders ,
.nd m.nlf othsr .trn Top 44-Mobile Homes 64 Tenth St. North Ml 2.5731I Are 4, Blk 3. Unit 3, The Moor- National Hank's third floor public Sec 6, Twp 63, Rge :tt:!,
Condition, $4950.00. Call Burton Taxpayers People
I. meeting
'"' room
Bro., 2.2125. bedroom: 2 b"ii Home InRoyal Ings, $8,000; Moorings Dev. $1,000.
La>ton Is a vvoild traveler an _
Harbor. seawall and dock ,
I |FOH &ALE: U.ft."palntad mT I Trtilar Sala: Will Cabana. Sail aaparalaly, carport -. Mrt For and dock matter. air condl Co., of Canada Ltd., to Earl author, and Is a National Lectur

'trie hofiny' Mareury' boat'. 40 Naw hp 17.IWl ft. Hum alac I : tile Stone. 1950 14th St. No. Na I' tinned once*. and CHERRY heated PANELING all appll F. and Dorothy W. Dixon Arlington fOr for the Thl'o8c'lhlcal, SocietyIn Seller Liable On

I C.,. br.k. front trailar Dock. I AND CENTRAL FIREPLACEIN Johnson To Revenuers Heights. 111.. Lot 17. America"
.....t.,, Marco Island Inn. LIVING ROOM. Wall to wallcarpeting. VA Loan If
Buyer
The
2/ tf Spartan Imperial Mansion Aluminum Immediate occupancy Blk 3, Unit 3. Moorings. Theosophy explains (lie riddle
Cabana. fully furnnhatfparfact MARLOWE 4 BECK REALTORS : $7,800; L.N. and Henrietta In- of lire and makes life vaster: to
rift. 4 10" fibar.la. BoatwIth condition Lot 35 North 413 5th Avo.. So. Midway loge graduate, but when Mil It Hcfaults-'Vilson
windahiald at top 2J HP Saction Naplaa Trailar Park I 5221 WASHINGTON (AP-For 23 gram. Jr.. to Richard E. and understand. Is a atudy ofcnmnar.itIve
0... 2 U 5 II minutes and chosen words conies from Texas to Washing 'llirt and asks Rtifus II. Wilson of
outboard motor Only 3,500 Margaret C. Cole, Naples Lot r< n* manager
VOO Phone Midway 24042 lW0t7Tr.a35. Ceb.sij. These Homes President Johnson held forth on ton she never knows where she members" to 'live" their I I the Veterans Administration St.

good boat condton.I I9U 35 hp Mercury ft. fibarglaaa alac Open Daily 3-5 such a sweep of subjects as can get a cup of coffee Sue 000 7. Blk William ERldgevlewLakesU7.B. Stone Inc., religious, not 'leave" them, Its ]Petersburg Ue lmul Office, to.
Business Opps. trie Hart Writ never knows when she can go to ;
or see A. E. bellyarhers\ and bathrooms, adherents claim. i day gave: a word of caution to
Baaltato Jackaon 1(72 JEWEL COX AVE.. Royal and Shirley M.
Gateway a bathroom. to Joseph
and The Fort ,hlcal veterans who homes
Harbor. 2/914 Harbor, Immaculate new wa peace poverty. Myers Tlieosot may own
Sarvlea Station for aala at 'In tarfront Home offered for less Since he was talking to Hold Tho White House Hunt bill Is Glasser, Naples Lot 3, Dlk Lodge meets at 1843 lUljrlm I i guaranteed under the VA's Loan

vantory prlca' Oood location on the than delay replacement and problems coat Avod of, officers of the Internal Revenue duwn from $3,000: to $3,000 a 2, Unit 1. Royal (Harbor. $22. Avenue each Wednesday at 8 i Giuranty Program.

Troll 2/11.12 end.U.14 7th....Ava 48-Apts. For Rent building MOVE RIGHT IN 2 Service, he also mentioned taxpayers month. "\'1)U RO back home and bOO. p.m. and all are Invited 10 attend. Wilson stated anv mh veteran"

2 bedroom mealy decorated ana and bedroom dining. 2 room b.'"..Save living adding room and tax collectors. But slit how much electricity you Rutenberg Construction. Co., Free literature! Is available, who may lx onsldertng disposalof

12-Help WantedBUSY attractive aoartmant within, door to screened porch. with that was just a starting point fora can save In the building In of Fort Myers, Inc.. to M. his house .hould be extremely
: walking' distance of beach southern aipoaura Electric ramble domestic and which )'ou work." cartful his future fl.luuclal .
to
through We*.. and Charlotte C. haIl protect
atoraa and park Only >75 oar kitchen, central' heat and air, "We have problems In thn -y HiKh Pledges Fair
AN'NETTE / conditioning I car garage1IM foreign fields. Naples. Lot 6, Blk 15, Unit situation Merely selling
FULLER BRUSHMAN : c. WINN Raaitor $20,500. w rld" but "1 havn soon timed '.
Along the way there were Favored Ml Gl home does not relieve theveteran
NEEDS PART.TIME HELP 521 8th St. So. th skies 2, Royal Harbor $20,600; Gertrude Taxes For
when wore grayer,
cracks at critics ot his .of his llaMllty to the
MUST HAVE CAR AND BE* -rit GALLEON DR.. PORT handling '
g...BOMOABLE...M. WRITE 'NICK.y 't.jo 'bedroo.-'pt. air cond.. 'TV .'* OLAY. beautiful mw waterfront : of foreign"policy, and .....urauc.es y"Wo_cannot L-XIHVCX $o. umhh b, .n4 Rpberj,, ath ens.toFbrrest _, Special Interest Veterans, Mmlntt.trUolIWlllnn
BRUCKNER. P0. BOX 1754t2IlIf and cablo. ....k or month Ml ONCE.Homo Planned. AVAILABLE for Florida let AT, that "we are a much beloved button and 'nave our wishes car. C. and Marie W.Mover, said. A number of caves have

32652 2111.II.U.\4 bet"i aura living Matter bedroom. people throughout the world" riNd out all over thin globe." Arlington Va., Lots 23 and 24, TAMPA (AP) Mayor Rot_ arisen where the veteran sold

16$ WEEKLY AND MORE sitting Hava ona room bad apartmant room. avail dining large scr..ned room. kitchen porch, equipped open' to that we are respected and ape '"Evon in our own country WAd Blk 1, Unit 1, Bonlta Shores. ert King High of Miami, has said I I his ironic, the buyer defaulted; on

.tarvlca For rallabla Customers man or'In woman Naplaa to. ebb. for an aipanancod cook :with elactric buitt 'In SirS predated "regardless of what not sea everything alike If $8,500: Gullford-Naples Corp.. that If ha Is elected governor he I i the loan reuniting In foreclosure

Full or part lima. No 'Invatt light who la house willing work to aarva Rafaranco and do tral Qua, heat 3 pad and room air*,. 2 condition batha can 2 some of the bellyachers say" we did, we would all want the to William D. and Edith W. will seek fair taxes on such "I.. !leaving a deficiency! for which the
m.nt. Writs C. R. Rubla DaptF Call MI 2.Mil. same lfo-&nd that would be a vored special interests" the '
required as <
car garage electric door The President held forth in the veteran Is liable to l the VA.
Stone
P O Box Lot 1
2. 2447 NSI'"E Naples Blk F
M.itfr.S13Htlp 2/7.911.12Efflelanclaa $47540 wouldn't ,
TRADE It?
problem and
: phosphate timber
industries
East of
Tanncatoa Room the White House! Unit 3 Brooks We The veteran may l lie releasedof
Day, Week, ei ------. -- $3,700 At a news conference Tuesday
Month, (IRIS MOTEL). Ml VINCE CONBOY Tuesday on home, election day, Artmlo and L. Lozano to Annis his liability provodud certain
Want. Female 2.2302 or Ml 2.SIM. wife, mother, the Golden Rule High said the phosphate rompa. ,(things sri done ofore he dls.pi .

SARA I. SMOKES AtTS M SIC 5th Ave Parkway ([three times), national defense, Little Hope For Thomas Immokalce Lot 8, Blk flies "have virtually raped the I "M i of his home. If his loanIs
6. Carson Subd.. $4.000 Myrtle land. lilt| added "all the ,
Enpanancod caahiar Apply 'in .. Ph MI 25745 the budget, waste poverty, civil people current, the purchaser obI!.
canon at Baronla Raataurant YEAR ROUND LIVING rights, turning out lights public Cove, Inc., to Ralph P. Jannar- will eventually have to pay for
IIlZt' Modarn Ona bedroom and off 79 Of gales himself by contract to pur
,ciancy Apta. furniahad TV 58-Lots For Sale service and his regard for his Missing one. Matawan, NJ., Lots 2 reclaiming It." |chase tile property and assume
SALES!: HELP WANTED. FULL Cable In. Monthly or The
yaar and 3 Blk gubernatorial
Treasury secretary. E. Cove candidate i
Myrtle
TIME 40 HR. I DAY WEEK, round MI 24455 Kelly Rd. I liability the purchaser satisfied
ALL COMPANY BENEFITS and Araca Ava. SARGAtN Algol Cuba, Laos Vienna, So. Voyager CrewSYDNEY Acres, $1,500 Hendrlka San said he favors abolishing the ,the VA he Is a good credit risk,

APPLY GRANT AT CO. OFFICE NAPLES, SHOP'W. T I b.dOO", furnished aparlmanl Waterfront Loll at Gulf Har viet Premier Khrushchev Red ders to /H.E. and Wllda L.Sum. State Railroad Assessment ,the veteran can obtain a release

PING CENTER. 3 312 blocks 7th Ave to beach So. Adulta 2/lllf only. bor. lead to the Gulf China, Panama, the U.S. plane Australia CAP- m rs. Greensburg, Pa., Lot 19, Board because under its opera ,of his liability, provided the hold

111"4.11.11.1' $1.001 Each all.. cah shot down over East Germany, Both ship were moving at closeto Blk A, Myrtle Terrace $7.800 lion the railroads "are almost er of his mortgage and the VA
W.It,... wantad I to pmBayvlaw I I bedroom furniahad Kitcha. Viet Nam, changes In 50 top 8IJPt'd when the 20Ooo.toncarrl..r Donald and ; determining their own taxes" (Ixith agree. He may apply for a
Phone Loraine
Kitchana 707 12th
AvaSo Midway MM. E. Elfer-
Waakly High called for .
1I1Z.1J living room dining room. | | of the world's 113 governments, Melbourne rammed into tighter regula.tion ,release from liability by send.
monthly or yaar round PhMl dink to Charles W and
Audrey of
|4onMtie, Help, Wiled: 1 Hour 2.3601 or .2304Furnithad To tattle Ettata. Lot II. Block Dwight! D. Eisenhower foreignaid the destrojei Voyager Monday lobbyists, who are now Ing a written request" to the Loan
.ally or 3 time* weekly: must ; :i -- I cii'oom.put.. K. Pine' Ridge EntentionCARIBBEAN disarmamentAnd night and cleaved her in half In E. Henley Naples, parcel in required only to list their names ,Guaranty: Officer, Veterans A be .b... to cook and clean Call m.nt. huge living, room kitchen REALTY, 1750 conclusion Lot 69, Naples Imp. Co's Lit and whom they represent Tho
Midway 1-4104 ,after i PM and bath TV outlat Ph. Ml No._Trail MI 21155. 2/lltf' a thatl "we three seconds, the Melbourne'sskipper ministration Office, P.O. flax<<
----- can't be satisfied with tle Farms $7,000.NAPLES Miami mayor laid he favors rUe
: 23MI LOTS FOR SALE yester. said today. SCXi( JuksonvUle! Florida 32201.
14-Help Wanted Mate One badroom ,un..h.djij r. I Ona each In Port Royal onBay !day. Tomorrow is going to bea Capt. R. J. Robertson de. quiring them to report how The only other safe way, Wll.
mant 132 Third" Ave So bal of Naples and Golf Drive much
receive from
anca of ....on. Call Tommy over looking Golf Courte own better world for all of our people. scribed Australia's worst peaco.lime MANOR money they ,son affirmed, Is for the veteran
PORTER WAN1ED FULL Kahoa Ml 2 JaSS or 2311 I ar C, J Lucking, Room 114, ." naval disaster after the Amy Masters to K.R. and the Interests they represwt, and ,to: arrange for the Gl loan to be
I .
TIME 40 HR. I DAY WEEK. I/HI Golfing Buccaneer. Ph. 2 (101throughFeb how It
they spend .
ALL COMPANY BENEFITS ._6th_ lor quick_*al*_. The President started out us Melbourne, tile Australian 'Wanda J. Wilson, Fort Myers, I paid in full.Hrdnewlsy .
APPLY AT OFFICE W T bIg notes typed on ('Irdl. ran navy's flagship limped into port *
]Lot 1 Blk
10. Naples Manor .
I :
GRANT CO NAPLES 49-Houses For Rent .
SHOP Highest elevation' Eat Na. out of those then kept going in 12m.COIIJtU:
with 159 of 239 survivors from
COUNTY NhWS:
PING
CENTER. pl... $(00 each. dote to clip ofMiand Add'n. $1,000; Amy Masters to February 9 I
2/1UUI.\I.1I watar Collier County Real Ca; chatty, fashion the destroyer The carrier's bow .

Full ',m. mllnton.nc. man Guttt house furniahcd living tale on East Trail Open Sun Some things he Bald: was badly damagod.
.wanlad Year around work City room badroom. kitchen and di ,d.ya or cell MI 219(9 "Taxpayers are people" Tax. A navy spokesman hold out

'banafitt"M Racraatlon Dapt 2/12tf Ml natta Located cloud at Stortar in acraanad Street porch all Watei front Acreage. (40 down. es must be collected efficiently, 'little hope for 7S Voyager crew

Window claanar. aiparlanca' Kelly. Rd. Ml 2 421J or Ml I trailer 140''a month or hometite alto, I. and acrea other for courteously and honestly. members listed as missing, but FREE CHEST XRAYCollier
.
,roforrad but not nacnaary I 2 111.11.13.4.1..0 361 17par[6 mo I. acres. 2H acre and up at (20 "Every man IB king In the i,i search Is (:oritlnulng. There
.
Naples Window Claanlnc Sar I I down and $20 a month on ac ballot box."
vita Ml ."12. AMar I em. .. bMreoti. I ..,n Home. caaa road. Collier County Real ire three known dead, including
MI43t1. >/7tfO with Florida room carport I Estate. on East Trail Open "It took us 40 days and nights! i he: destroyer's commander,

walking Complataly, atanca fun.d., to Baach within,4Shoppng Sunday or Call MI 2.39(9Beautiful 10 pare and prune" the budget. <::apt. Duncan II, Stevens 42, of

0 fj 0 0 "c"-'L: : for Saaiendway building lot 'let* than "My mother always had aome j Sydney. County Chest X-Roy Schedule
:
two blocks from beach on FlrlAve
WANTEDO or.t veerty DEWEY: FOLLY R..lty.I.t Crown. .. North (7.500. David C.Jon. pin money hid under the pll. Stevens was on the Voyager'srldge
A"... H S Tem.ansi Tr.'I. ... Raaltor. 351 Fifth Ave low." ,) when she was struck by 4 through 22 1964
EXPERIENCED 2J35. to MI I.JI52. 2/1..11 Put yourselves in the place of i the: carrier during night i'1aneo. February February ,
2 bedroom house furnished l-Unit A"I. HOv" .:t--:: For the other fellow in considering HOTEL MI 1.0001 Sale or Lease It.000 O T
: 11500 per mont"
Bell after I p m .....kd. !_ 2/9-14 Jones Cntirpnitt, Ml I 21340. poverty .- and discrimination. o CaptainsBell 1 bedroom Homa For.. Root P 0 Sot 793 ''One' '"IB great ladies that I The bow section of the 3,500. fROTKT THI FAMILY CIRClf OIT A CHIST XJtAT

Hops In Brook lid' a Vlllago Sill par GULF FRONTAGE ON ISLAND butt n is kind of chief of i ton destroyer Bank within 10
month on yaar laaaa: Call I Midway o'TUUO staff 01 our house She has been
I I nlnul... The stern remained
o 2'a2i' or 2-402 .fR, X ((0. EXTENDS
Desk Clerks : FROM GULF TO WATERWAY with us 20 years, she Is a col. I.float for three hours The de.
2 QAY LAE
For Gulf Ur.Lui Resort with bad-oom carport furnished and screened House I. 15000 u E' J. TAN_ ST Itrnllllr w,,. II m"rllot of mndernelectronici.literally ._ ____ __, ___1I0UR.
GEORGE: BROOK. n "-
Quirt HOTEL :
Q Send Resume (give l phoot K.porch saaaon n..hbo1525. CARIBBEAN LYN. N Y First JFK Half a push NAPLES AREA

umber) to REALTY. 1750 No Trail Midway Choice Commercial, Lot Far button ship whose guns and -
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Sale on the Trail' Mutt tall to
!'.<). Box I 161. Naples Settle f.'.... Priced far below Dollars Minted steering could work automat!
O 5S-Storet-Office going p...... Edna Foster. Bon cally with radar
O O O O l Se.clt.PhoneWY74fl559Acreage PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Robertson, on the bridge of -- ------

F 0' .n"1 ethel wok. I'll.I" ant new half dollars bearing the carrier at the time, toll WIOPOISDAY '.IUAlY .2 _,, lANK, 0' NAI'LI __. H __ 11.2 I .34
.. Iyprng and knowl.dge of Office Spaca 12 a 19 ft. For the likeness of the late Presl.! reporters there was no moon but THURSDAY, 'IUAlY II SANKOF NAPOLIS

bOOkk.epiiig, Writ., II"pful.full Must p.rtiCu.Iar hey.Cs .. : t'e,145.. 345 par 5:0:: Ave.. oi:t. dent John F. Kennedy were the sea was calm and conditions ll:2L!-4'IIDAY

to 0vllf1 Q. Collier t, _ _ Watet font Ac'..... 14' down. struck Tuesday at simultaneous generally good for the maneu. .IUAn 14 CAtvn IIClIATION CINUI I" 15.8SATUSDAY
:i-l.lr.i:: ;" tore- building 20' M 60' located 140 C month. else I acres far eremonles at the Philadelphia vers.'awe.
on SIft Avanuo $202 par mo. trailers, 0' 110m..'.... and other .lUAU II CA1VIIIICRIATIOP4 CINnl 5.4 I UrJER
Call Wesley Downing Raaltor acre*. lYe .c,.. and up at (20 and Denver mInts had been engaged in
Ml 12179. 2/l2watf down and (20 a month on ac At a telephone signal given in night fllng exercises which r.

16-Help Available. Cess E.I.t.'O.eI.on Collier East, TI County, Open Real \ Philadelphia four new silver ulre the carrier to move as LAQJS AR AfUISDAY

57Ju For Sale SUnd.)'. 0' Call MI ,."" coins war stamped out at each fast as possible," Robertson

Vounj woman ..,." ...ced Ini 0..., I acre tracts iks acres i mint.
lypang. mailing alat.atical ,.. House Consists .! two .edfOoi ( acre tracta with electricity' I said."Both
POrt. general olfica procoduraa IH Beth. Living room Dining end road Other big acreage Eva Adams! director of the ships wen blacked out PlUUAn II OLD COUITHOUS ARIA 10.1 I 21WIDNISDAY.
also CeshisrIn nj'.. position room. kitchen plenty of ca..bi. tract $20 down $20 a month I mint who came here from Wash except for the port and star
.. ... Ml 2.27l. 2/li net> Family room (air" good and up Collier' County Real lington for the ceremony, said board and red masthead lights. .IUAIY l" OlD COUITHOUSI ASIA 10.1 I 21IMMOKALE
Florida room storage closet Estate Exchange on U $ 41
with washer 4 clad water hoator Eatt Open Sunday' 2/tfWS the eight\ -olns will be given to "Melbourne hit Voyager amid,
22-Muslc.1 carport with storage closet president ,Johnson who will
Instruments
and Terrace House la e f WIlY PAY MORElS ships, cutting through her likea
CBS con.lrvction. Terrauo Acre ',oct. located between pass them on to Sirs John F. knife. Voyager split clean In AREA
floor. eleclrto; well "..t.,*. Golden Gates and Napla IS5Ipo' Kennedy and her Children Caroline
PIANO halves halves slid
Electric range and '.f.... ".. aero Easy term ROAD The down our
I cludoel The Lot II 1. X 36Conipiate TO EACH TRACT. MARLOWE and John., sides.
wills sCrlnkter SYS'tent. 4 BECK REALTORS 4(1 Fifth The face of the oin bears A
Beautiful spinet I .. 1'_ ceO "' '''H. Meet Ave. So Midway 2 5221. "Voyager slid easily under
D. seen to Do .ec.ted Uf7cts. I.i Acres (*.. liT49S portrait of President Kennedy, our bow. Melbourne did not THURSDAY .PI.IUAtY 20 POI OHICI 1.4" 1 U"IOAY.
Piano in new con- Loc.tlon two blecke front RUE: near J.".. Momortal facing left, on the reverse. the even rise when she hit.
M.cII. a. U. 'N A..... N.. Scenic Drive and Geld FISSUAIY 2. POSTOPPICI 14. 1 U
coat of and "
presidential arms an 'I ordered _
dition. Greatly reduced "M'? S" Phone MI P41W.I an Gate. $30 each Cath Cot engines astern
._ County Real J Ettata. M eagle holding an olive branch.. reversing propellers) and we SATURDAY, .IUAn 22 POST O'FICI 1.4. 1 U
in price Dod_. t bath Noose ... '.J,". When 20 million of them are drifted away from the two sec
Moral Harbor, aoawaH an* decB I'. rmie made, they will be distributed lions of the
and dock maatar. *ir Cmdilianad Maple Nigh Acre Voyager
terms can be ar and hoatedi all aa.4t- tram city. only | f,... .,'. to banks throughout the eousry "Toe immediate thoughts of
anca CHERRY pAMFLINao parcel ,............. K' OwM
ranged. Write to CENTRAL VmrPLACE: ( r mo>nfh>. Phili N KyrtP and released to the public In my officers and men were to
IN LIVING ItOOM WaN *, .... JM Be* I MM Naples Midway late March or April. organize rescue operations This Semce ProTfdtd fly Florida State Board of Health '
Box 1737 N Na- ge.iI finin.d.ee. eeasem. -1M
Cy MARLOWC 4 B CHTORS ,SEAL .- Those carried out by membersof I CoOler County STealth Department
efl Mft Ave towo .. ,, Melbourne were In r.o-opentlon WIth:
plts. 1U/I of ,(WU't.iS< WILL .UP Wt Ervryeee Reeds Tfce NEWS smooth. very CoUler Count Tn and IItaJth Association

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