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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 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 143 10 CENTS 22 Pages SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1964 W
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4 4r Accounts OfMcNamara Combs, Mayfield Seek 2-Year Seat


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4 Under Probe Runoff ElectionSet

n W ASHIOTOAP:' : ) The
Defense Department reports It
I as found Irregularities In the nbt
hal Jllng of accounts In the of.
fi\ Defense Robert S. McNamara.:'
\ i JI The entire case has been
turned over to the Justice De. For TuesdayMore
partment's Criminal Divisionfor
study.
In response to questions, the -
Pentagon said Friday that the than 1,000 Naples votersare can turn out voters like Naples lections the top two candidates
) regularities had occurred ir expected to turn out Tues does," a local observer said for the two.)'ear seat were place
the Budget and Finance Branch day to cast ballots In the two. as the votes were counted Feb. In the runoff.
s In the office of Mc ama man runoff election for the un. ruary 4. Despite a low.pres- City officials are hoping for
{ .II ra's administrative assistant. It filled t two.)ear City Council term. sure compalgn, 70.7 per cent a good turnout Tuesday. They
named no Individual as being Robert L. Combs and James of the City's 2,700 registered point out that the Councilman ROBERTL" COMBS
Involved. Ti Mayfield have been conducting voters exercised their franchise, chosen at this election could cast
The Budget and Finance a rather subdued campaign for and at that time chose a mayor the decisive vote In nutters com I
Branch has been headed since the list two weeks, but Interest and three councilmen. Ing before Council, If the other *
e' 1952 by John A. Wylle, 57. He among voters Is believed to be Voter registration books have six members are evenly divided.
has been on sick leave sine latent City Clerk Elsie Lehman been closed since then, so tho Combs has lived In Naples 30
Nov. 1 1.The 1. points out that voter turnouts remained number of qualified voters Is the years, and has headed various
.
Pentagon said the alleged high during the series same, 2,709. Polling places and business entei'prises. Presently .
I Irregularities first had of runoffs for Council seats two hours also are the same. The he operates Combs .Fish Co.
been noticed during a routine years ago. polls will be open from '7 a.m. to and the Fish House! Dining Room.
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I audit last fall. "I've never seen a town that 7 pjn. Tuesday at the fire station The current campaign represent
First Methodist Church, Combs' first try for elective of.
I and the Church of Christ. tics

I IS YOUR NAMEI Tuesday's runoff was made Mayfield has been a Naples
GOf.4 I necessary when none of the four resident for three years, and
qouiA I ON THE LIST? candidates, for the unexpired he Is manager of the Pirate'sDen
Council term of new Mayor at the Golfing buccaneer.
On 2.A of this issue
5 Page Archie Turner, was able to lie Is 34 years old, and former.
&trUAir readers will find a list of per. win approval of a majority of ly was associated with Sears
whose have been
sons names the
t1 voters. Roebuck and Co.
1 purged from the Collier County Combs received 830votea,well Both candidates. have cited
lovers Voter's Registration Books, as short of the majority requirementof their business backgrounds as
music i required bylaw.Rertltrar 1042. Mayfield received 085 helping qualify th.1Ifor Conn
and concert backers are to Edna Cribb Santa votes, Edward Durno 240, andH ell
day children. A goodly has pointed out that Florida laws B. Reeder 103. Durno was The votes will be canvassedand !
N\\:. governing the Permanent Regis disqualified on election day be. absentee ballots counted at
number were seen at Thurs. ration system used for many cause he had day night's concert of the years in Collier County requirethat voter registration requirements cil. After certifying the results
Baltimore Symphony with a person who has not voted In keeping with the amended Council will seat the new mem.
in an election in a period of
Charter provision on runoff e. ber. JAMES T.
MAYFIELD
their parents and the rear two years be purged from the I

of the auditorium was lined books.

with a group that came by sons Cards;, whose were names mailed were to all purged per. 'Time For Action'

themselves. Adding a note t bAe from the voter's list Informing

of gaiety by their youth them of the action. The cards
F were not returned within the 30.
and freshness were the day period provided by law, Mrs. Key Growers' MeetingIn

group of usherettes In top Santa said
The list shown today Includes
whose efforts
picture were
J-tI ONLY persons In Precincts 1,
directed by Spencer B. Alt 3.4,8,9,. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and Immokalee Tuesday
lendorf. There were left tot 16. jThe list of purged electorsfor
cth.r
right INllefdl; June AII.ndorf Johnson, Nancy, Susan Ellen ) 194.liy-f, ,. NEWS' + on.."January. 12, Progress In the developmentof chance for success oltheoprra-'.study fll the wtaldeliepev tton"'., .. '
a sugar cane Industry Collier lion U most favorable." will be conducted. -
Meade and Linda Partin. 'Persons residing In the above County his passed the talkIng Growers In previous estimates Commissioner Pete'Doubfrom

In second picture young Da. mentioned) precincts are urged stage, and "an action meet. have pledged more than 25,000 the Immokalee area, with an
to check the list and take steps ing" is scheduled for .tlc outlook .
prospective acres to the growing of sugar Of4lml for futurees.
vid Frank is with his to
have their
seen names restored to
growers Tuesday evening If this estimate
cane. proves tlmates that In a few years per
mother Mrs. Millie Frank the voter' list n will be held In the Immokalee
accurate at Tuesday's meeting, haps as many as 40,000 acres
as they entered the hall. In High School auditorium at 730 of Collier County land will be
e P.m. Don Lander county agriculture Nab Boston Cop under cultivation In sugar cane,
third picture are Mrs. Charles agent announced yester .
Solid Week and a $10 to $12 million processing
Willis, daughter Christy and day.Lander For PossessionOf mill will be operating In
son Jimmy. Probably the said growers have announced the county.
a tentative acreage, but MarijuanaBOSTON prospects for a successful operation
youngest concert-goer was i; Recorded In at Tuesday's meeting an accurate In/ Collier County are
four-year-old Greg Booker, i' I I y ..Ir acreage estimate will have to (AP) A twice. do|>endont saloon| a sugar quota for
hanging S. be determined. This Information cited Boston patrolman was arrested this area. Norman llerren, Lander
bottom on
picture, P is needed to nail down whethera early today u he rojicrU Doub and Commission Chairman .
to the hand of his father, 1t processing mill will prove ed for duty, bringing to 15 the Dewey Polly made a trip to
City BuildingIt
George Booker, music teach. I,, feasible, Lander said. number of persons seized In Washington, D. C., In mid
Lake Park School together Before financing of the operation connection with narcotics raidsIn January and conferred with re.
at
er was a big week at the City can be assured,Lander said, the city.Police presentatlves of the Sugar Division .
with Miss Polly Jenkins Building Department, as Build. a feasibility study of the entire Commissioner Edmund of the Department of Atrlculturo. >

choral music director at lug Official Bert Pinkston sign sugar cane growing enterprisewill 1.. McNamara said the raids by They returned withouta
Naples Senior High School sd 13 permits adding up to a have to be made. It is federal, state and local authorities quota but neither did they get
robust $201,338.Other estimated this study will cost a Hat "no" that none will be
broke the "most extensive
(NEWS ) up
photos between $10,000 and $15,000. granted
news at the department To finance the study prospective narcotic ring ever to operate The favorable reception In
during the week was concerned growers will be asked at In the New England area. Washington, even without commitment .
Chamber Office with the city's refusal to Issue Tuesday' meeting to state the patrolman Robert T. Mccrea.ry encouraged members of
a foundation permit for the number of acres contemplated, 41, of Roxbury, a nlne-year the committee to suggest a go-
Really Jumping; proposed Royal palm Club on and to underwrite the estimate veteran on the force cited twice ahead for prospective growers.
All Records Go the Cult. Meanwhile, the state with an assessment of $1 per for outstanding police work, Clayton McDonald In a combine
hotel and restaurant com- acre, was arrested at the South End with other growers In Im-
"An unexpected deluge of minion architect in Fort My. "This Is the first step re. station mokaloe was the first to start
visitors and mail" has kept the p.' ers supported the City's decision quiring a financial Investmentof local operation, putting In 80
Greater Naples Chamber of Com in a memorandum, and said the prospective grower," Lander McNamara said a small quantity acres of seed cane In a tract
mere office hopping during the he was holding up approval of pointed outt.Preliminary of marijuana had been about three miles south of Im
winter tourist season, the chain the building's plans because the ground work In the found at Mccre.ry's" apart. mokalee.
ber's board of directors was ones submitted to him were in. development of the Industry has ment. Mccreary's wife Janet, a The Everglades Experiment
told at their meeting Thursday. complete.One spread over a number or years bride of three weeks also was Station at Belle Glade has also
i Office activity figures during "but we have come a long way," arrested. Both were charged stalled a 5acre: experimentalplot \
January topped January 1963 "by of the most significant Lander said, "and It appears with unlawful possession In the area.
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extraordinary< amounts, and permits processed during the
week was not too large only
record from
I broke every previous
Consumers $15,000. But It was for a steel
years, no matter for what May
month" C of C executive Da. frame residence, the first of that
vid Pfaff reported other in. Firms type to be built In Naples. The Junior Deputies' Spring
dlcatlons of a successful winter Boycott steel residence Is a fairly recent
creation of Steel.The ,
season are increases In highway U. .

traffic, sales tax receipts, and Selling To Cuba first steel frame house

retail sales. will be built at 1225 26th Ave. Starts Saturday
office served Outing
The 2,203 WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary nut North by L.V. Shields.
visitors during the month, up Rusk said "We
of State Dean su will be waiting to see howit
53 per cent from a year ago, today "there may be some consumer turns out," Plnkston said.< .
and volume of mall received was reaction" in the United Sheriff E. A, Doug Jlendry smallest catch, and to toe Individual by the Sheriffs Department
up 71 per cent.A States against foreign firms Largest permit of the week announced yesterday that the catching the most fish. Weight only will determine the
special directors' meetingwill trading with Cuba even though was for the $89,000 communityand annual spring outing for the Each Deputy Sheriff will be largest fish, but all varietieswill
be held within the next three the U.S. government plans no recreation center at 755 Sheriffs Junior Deputies will i expected to use a cane pole, be eligible for prizes.
weeks to review the proposed boycott. Eighth Avenue South, at the start Saturday, February 22. i and line and the bait furnished Sheriff Hendry said area merchants .
"fair share" dues plan which southeast corner of Gambler Previously, the boys have spent will be asked for a cash
may replace the present Rusk spoke on the touchy boy. Park. FJ3. Schreck is build. overnight camp.outs at the donation not to exceed< $3, or a
voluntary system of determiningdues cott issue In a Voice of America w log the 7,893-square: foot structure sheriff's camp on the South Trail, suitable prize to be awarded the
payments.A Interview recorded Friday after for lucky fisherman. Hendry said
the city of Naples. but this year the tent colony
committee will study< chamber the departure of British prime will be set up in back of the 4 merchants wishing to donate a
byJaws with an eye toward Minister, Sir Alec Douglas. + Charles Travers plans to have courthouse complex In East Na. prize can call the sheriffs office t
enlarging the board of directors Home, following a two.day R.w. Wood Construction Co.build ples. and MI 2.6911 and the
and providing for longer terms,,,Washington; visit.President I a $39,160 port Royal residenceat The Junior Deputies organ!z.ation prize will be picked up.
for board members. Johnson and Doug. 2500 Lantern Lane. William hu a membership of about The Junior Deputy unit In the
Directors heard that the Firth las.omo|| agreed on most mat. 0. Tracy Ls the architect 820 boys In the elementary grade r county was organized by Sheriff
Avenue Association is compiling tern but dlffut1 ""r trading from four to eight throughout the r.fPN Hendry to create a better feeling
Information and studying present with the V ,... opposU Michigan Construction Co. is entire county. From 120 to 130 between law enforcement officers
problems in their area regarding< building< a $28,000 residence and and the boys of elementary age
Lion, Br. u-i stiu. "" boys will be included In each
available parking and parking guest house for Harvey W.C. In the county. Deputy Sheriff
which will
busses dt.
.u..I.' meters, "In hopes of develop. Shelton at 618 Putter Point Place. extend over the next five week. John Rogers head up the unit
to the Asked whether anything' ape. '.1.. Culnan is the owner of a
held
In,; recommendations City ends Sheriff Hendry said for Sheriff Hendry, and has
which will solve these pro. cUte Is planned "In the way of $17,500 Rutenberf Construction numerous meetings at Individual
bleras." popular reaction against British Co. house to be put up at 519 For entertainment the group schools featuring aims and other
rOO "
We don't ourselves plan to on a tour of the courthouse compl terials.KEXEW.
I LITTLE organize any boycott agalndthe URBAN. 111. (AP) -A Uni.verslty A dummy depleting classics William B. Stone Inc. Is build. ., and the other halt entering d
FROM goods of countries that may be of Illinois professor who Professor Revilo P, Oliver was ing a $10,000 residence at 1005 i lane ashing pole content on the
f.Jt engaged In that trade. wrote an article suggesting found Friday swinging from a Sixth Street South for A.C. Sen. Kaplis pier. Each division participate .
SPARKS..e "I think It is possible there president Kennedy was assassinated tree on the nilnoU campus. A tovich. ReUly Brothers will de. In the both segment of rDUADRII'ER'S
may be some consumer reaction because he bad ceased to placard attached to the dummy mollsh a large part of the old the planned entertainment.
GIANT FOREST here In this country, here and be useful to a communist con. Aida ollver bung by a Birch". lapiN Hotel, a Nl landmark IMNSE ,.
ftFIRES there with respect to firm that splracy to take over the United O1verartlcl.. appeared for for $0 years for $4,000. Edwin Prisms In the fishing tournament SHERIFF HENDRY DURING YOUR
GROWl! specifically engage In that States has been hanged In *tngy. the John Birch Society llaga.. A. Jones anJ H.B. Watkins are will be awarded to the They're his 'family' BIRTH MONTH ''
trade tine, "American Opinion.'* the owners first catch, the largest and




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 16, 1964 Gay Aubrey LeeOdens. Jolllffe, AulllJod.n.
Seth H. .
Melburn FL
IRS Rushes New The agency plan to rush 12 j. IS Oil.. Gidden Goniale. Thelm Santo BGotiett. J.. Grow, DavidLethbridge
the lot Alice V. '
Hoyt W.
and In.
15 million forms
to new ,* mailed Greene Don M. Lynch, Lucille C.
struction sheets to post offices ,."ed and. Greene, Roy C Manchester John Q.
Taxpayer Forms and banks within a week after ol Ra Gross Wad H. Manchester, Maxine! I.Ogletby \
notice .
Gross Wad W
final congressional action Is take Christine A.
Hall Charles E Ogletby Marvin 0.Otgood .
:In Anticipation en on the Income.tax.reductlon ) : ti. 'ti.* tj, Hall. RoyH.rol.on.. LtnnieHewkint : Norris E,
bill. return .he. Renttrom Martha L.
L
William
WASHINGTON About 10 per cent of the tax. period and Hat, Bill Rivers, Rosa
J i AP-The In.
( withdrawn
Schuck Jul' Ann
ernil Revenue Service la mapping payers 6 million are re. ..,.1'.1"" 104,1.Nine Paul Grace Tucker, Anita
quired to fill out estimated In. Holland Clarence J. B.
a Tucker Itepehen
campaign to help the .. .
appaar .
tax returns because Holland Either S
come partor
.. Vincent. Earl U.
taxpayer .who re-
are
re E
wired to pay part or all of all of their Income Is not record :::.t.mII Margaret, M. Vincent Edna W.W.llwork .
covered by the withholding tax 1 e to the Hood. Raymond D. Betty L.
their taxes on a quarterly ba. has not Hop. Clara L. Whidden. Mary France
sit, an agency official\ said to. on wages and salaries. I t : : card Hop. Claude S. Whidden Jesse M.
> New withholding rates have : Super Howard Bernice M. Whiteker Arlington W.
". County Howl. Cei L PRECINCT No 14Ahner.
been announced to 14
BEAUTIFUL a drop Florida Howi. Robert HHubbend. Linda SAhnr .
per cent from 18 per cent, even corrected ClydeHutchiton. Russell O.
ISLAND HOME though Congress has not taken ,.tal abovemen-. elector Vern C Barker Chester W.

final action bill. 'In James. .lo.James Chrlttmen. Charlet I.
on the tax cut "* .
FOR SALE j' Nova J.
published Chrlttman. Isabelle M.
New tables for employers were Jeffery Leon L. Clark Marlene J.
See our Ad on pane 8-A mailed out this week. Jenkins, Ban L. Crew, Rob.rt
Dut this combination form that the Johnson, RichardJulian. Crews William S.
Lala Bell
F and Instruction sheet will not be '' have been Julian Otis CJulo. Ensign' edit A.Fawell. .
S. i 1 ,. County ,.". Wilburn C. I Ire A.
f YOUR mailed directly to taxpayers be. Junior. Sammie, L. Flnter, John R.Garrlnger. .
f
cause some of them might con. t **". Geneva V. Lorraine R.
PHARMACISTSPEAKS fuse It with the regular packageof ti t tGREETING ti Kelley Berth LKelley Glass, Anna
Willio W
Glass Jot.phGoldi
I Income tax fo.-ms they re \ Kennedy Delme F. : *. Hugh M.
celved last month. Kennedy George E. Grant, J.
.. J Kennon. William, HKimbrough Griffith Elsie. M.
Those who file estimated tax Kenneth E.
Harris, Raymond Jr.Klrkland. .
BY returns usually taxpayerswith I King. Otto' G .
Annie G.
King Ruben C
GENE $10,000 or more Income FORMER TEACHER is Mrs.A. Florida, Tampa Mrs. Lambert W A. Lawton, Margl A.

could get an Immediate benefit Stockton Renfroe 1 1850 Tiller Terrace under Covington when 1 Lanier Ola Marvel CherIA L. ..
bteLA1N Lewis. .
from the tax bill by figuring Jimmy Marvel! Virginia M

. ct; : their estimated Income tax un. of Naples, (shown second from University of Florida. Lock.Locke.. Cecil Mildred E. M. Melt Miller., Robert Harry J.W.. Jr

der the new, lower rates. However right) at the preview of painting and Covington's paintings Low.. LenaMacCraney Miller, Neld M.
they have received no official Carl E Nash Catharine S.
I notification of the new reception for Harrison Covington show of his work McGill. Swan M Patterson, Clyde E.p.lI.raon. I
McQill. William O. ,
j By Gene McLaln rates. Thursday night at the Harmon Gallery, Guggenheim award. Maggard,. WilCam Selma H C.Magaard Bessie. Phyllis M. J.Purvil. .

Sleep U apparently eluding They will be able to get the 1258 Third Street, South. Covington, are, left to right, Mrs. Maples,. Gertrude A. E. Rotkl Purvl.. John Mathew R. J,
new Instructions at a post office Maples Roy
more and more pro or bank a week after the bill be. recent winner of the Guggenheimaward wife of the owner of Marrero Martin, Nelson Cecilia E.O. Simendlnger Ruble Leland, Caroline W. J.

pie, M witness the fact comes law, for art, is now head of the Art ington, Mrs. Renfroe, Meloy Boneita D. Simendlnger, Charles C.
that sales of sleeping plum Merntt. Pleemon Stauduhar, John R.
L ; Department of the University of South A. Stockton Renfroe. ( ) Moody. Fortune H. Taylor Marion R. J.
t continue to climb. Moody Jim H.
Moore, Doris L. Walker, Nellie D.W..d. .
If you live to be 80 yean NAPLES beled "Mr. Segregation." The Moore. Robert M. Ann E.

old, you will have 'p lIt demonstrators chanted "Jim Morgan Morgan, Holds J. C L Week. Gary. Anna EWeittenborn. .

well over a quarter of a Race Bill Is Crow must go" and "Wallace I Morgan Morgan,, Pauline Velmar' R. Wolford. PRECINCT Frank G No. IS

j million hours In bed. BUSINESS must go." Mutgrove, E. E. Aitchiton, FernBeauregard.

*t : Sleep U the r.-trul.t.te Wallace said that if the civil ::5k. Myers, Carolyn' M. Albert J.

that allows the human rights bill becomes law, It will Nelson. Lawrence Aloc.NololI. A. Clark. Clara B.
Attacked
t SERVICEPAYROLLS By permit federal officials to take % 'I V howling. Curtis. Clover Agnes M.
system to recharge after .. Pearl L.
over the voting process in every howling Daily M Ruth
Coble
the day' effort. The av. state. He also Indicated two Bannon... .I.*"."* Cola Johny H., ..1(.
Bannon Orville P
rage person channel po- Alabama public high schools beset Orpurt, Georgia P. Davis. Robert PDietotwey .
Gov. Nellie C.
Wallace ,
action 20 to 50 or more by racial problems may be Parker, Charles Lee Doyle Horace A.
Parker, F.
timea during a night' RECORDS closed. Parton, Edna Margie S. Fickey.' loupe N.
CHICAGO (AP) Gov. White Flenagan. John 0.
acktime.Sleeplemineii. pupils are boycotting Patterson Myrtle LPepper
George C. Wallace of Alabamanas Jesse M.Ponds Foster Lee Q.
isn't unIque TAXES attacked the civil schools In Notasulga and Short. NOTICE OF AnniePoseda Frey William H.
pending er, Ala., where a handful of Ne. The public Joe LopeiPybu Green Mane T.
to ann*>r wha :..: rights bill In Congress as a children are in attendance. public *. Ann B. Green Neil' B.
modern., however. The AND threat to the property 'rights of gro Courthouse In Pybus, DivornioQuembrry Grimm Urania P.
.
Wallace said fellow Alabama March 3
Allen GRedding Healy Willie L
early Roman. wooed sleepI Negroes and whites. Democrats will support un. the purpose Hoerlng. GuatavHoerlng
BOOKKEEPINGSYSTEMS Flora
I n adult-sized cradle, Wallace commented on the pledged electors In the Novem. plalnti road on or :: Redding, Joffery JRedmond Jessie, O.McC. .
bill and a wide variety of other ,relocated (., Henrietta ... Frank C.
rocked by .1..... ber presidential election in the particularly Redmond Quinn L Miller Wilson H.
.... racial matters at a news con. balanceof : : Winifred J.
Which remind. UR-you .ter hope they can swing the Drive" lying Rhode Dome B. Millar
ference Friday.As in a close contest. a* shown on Rivera, William Oulnn. Frank Ft,
can expect courteous, Phone he left, he Just'' missed a power liar City at } Robert Cynthia' E. Quinn: Margaret T.
1. (I. Robinson James W.
'.1 'wide awake prescription group of pickets, mostly Negroes page Robinson Lucille L.Rub..I. Shavln, DavidWaceser
MI 2.5143 Drive. Carefully And Live .,". Louis Marion F.
service at NAPLES I'HE.8CRIPTJON :. carrying a casket la. Collier Waceter. Mary W.
Salmon Robert D.
SHOP. 773 '52 Fifth "".... Boats (SEAL) Sallow, Sidney' S. Well Laura' H.Wit.u.m.PRECINCT.

Fourth Ave., North. Phone :;'r' : I Scott Scott Opal Charles R. A No II

Ml 2-2455. N.ple! Florida NO JOB TOO BIG Setter, Alphonto L. Abr.mt, Lewis
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".b. .IS, Abrams Mary
'h.flor. Ronald EShapiro.
r OK TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE Jack Adam. Maggie, M.
4 Sheehan, Catharine M. Anderson Willie,
Sharer Alice A. Arnold Charles EB..I.
9 Sh.,.,. Dwight, E. Jot Santiago
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK Since 1919 Sherrod Bobbie, J. Barber, David A.
Sherrod Gloria R. Barber Frank A, Jr" ,
OFFICE MEANSRELIABILITY Sherrod, William H. Bond Philip, L.
DUNBARS Skipper Mildred A Brown Floiell

\\nl\\, suonlEs 2041 Invited"I, Smith Spark Roberta Holli Brown Brown Theodore McKinley R.

Rebuilt Paymasteryc"etk N Sttnlield. Gerald MStiploton Bryan Gula BBuitrom. .
f I Carl. Robert V.
TOM LOGAN PLUMBING Starling. Carol' L. Byrd Jemet W. I
Protector $25.00 up i) Stevenson Syble HStrickland. .
Campbell.
; Alphonto

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Dorothy J.
AU FREE. PROMPT RaulT T. "
I Swett. Len E Cassidy, Arnie L.
DELIVERY SERVICE' I Tail. Angellt C, Ceballot. Eleuterlo F.

7W elk Ave. Nrh Ml 2-1059 The Slimmest, Trimmest Best-Performing :. Tagle.Taylor Pablo John D. Code Chapman, JemtsColegrove. Kay

Auto Air Conditioner Ever! :::: : { Thomas Thorn, Joe John R. COIU"" .Andres James ACrowell E..

j Thomas Leland
Taltord E.
-- : Thomas. Myrtit H. Curry Pearl J.
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:,;. frigetteSTRATODAWN DUCK Lou Jean Davidson John BDeleford. .
L ." Triplet Carl A. RichardDennis
JVPLES .k Triplet, Virginia K. IteeeDial.

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v THEATRE PROGRAM Tuning. Paul E. Douglas, FredDuncan
Enjoy the refreshing cold air and streamlined good Tuning, MVickery Otho H.
FEBRUARY Uh THRU FEBRUARY tin! looks of a Frigette In the car you're driving now. Shirley James E. Floyd' Joe MGaribaldo. .

w1. : ,GC.l SO1;:II G ItiL'GTaf l.iLiL.iGUL., i iLLi ....}.....* Easy to own easily installed. Fits most every make Walker Charlie JuanGarrett ,
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and model car.STRATODAWN. Johnnie W.
t GET MORE OUT OF LIFE GO TO A MOVIE Walker Lucy German Edward
Washington Manna M.
-wsen aclr-tSL' ri r ; 'ni-tt't sRnCtr rlr' G1', $298.00 Installed Washington Thomas P. Golledge.. BonnieGolledge
\ Watson Christine. Joseph
Other Frigettes from $269.00 Gomel Richerdo L.:
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Welch Robert E.Wh.tI.
iiU d ... .... 4 .". James M.. Jr. Grubbt, Frank i
TAMIAMI TIRE SUPPLY Sy Whidden.' Gold P. Nell. Charles OHemlett .
I William, Beatrice L. William, S
SUN. "JLNE N II s.i Williams Jack Hancock Joseph M.
; 4409th STREET NO. MI 2-4225 i William, Peggy Harris Blanche
r1 ---- William. Ruth E. Harris James E.
Lt TMsp g ZE / / t Wilson Ruby K. Hervill, Henry
p MON. 1 itII WATCH NAPLES GROW Wintett. Peer! Heard Roy J.
I el! r" i i .f I' BEAUTIFUL Winslow, Kenneth B. Hernandei. Arturo
"', ", i t tI / l.... tI 713 Trail frontage Woodruff Ervin Hernendei., Juan
ISLAND HOME I Woodruff Geneva Hughes Robert Lee

I 11 TU S. IlllmMMIR= ='=.: p $100,000 Wort Wortman.mm, Wilson Martha F., ..I,. Jackson. Annie EttelleJemes. Lee

11 IO ARO6.ROBIGON N.= ... q qu 72 Acres Naples Bay FOR SALE I PRECINCT "No. 12 Jemet., Floriell MenietJonet.
WED. See our Ad on pate H-A Bern Henry M
M $300,000 j j : Belt Letter R.' Joyce WesleyKelly
Gold.j u Aaron S.
Bembry. Walter T.
5 1 mile from .
Ji 1 1II acre Boon, Charles W. K.IIICol.m.n
U Brown Harry E. Kelly CoraKendall
I Gates
II ;11'11'1'err.7RT'S'S'SC'17"1C.'l'Si: : '!. en 1250. Bryan Thalme P, Sam Lee
II" nr.l:I IIi King, Jack
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THUR. i Broker Daniel. Hilton L. Langford. Ella Rae
ii 5sir INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC Data. Wallace B. L... ElmerLov.l.tt.
II J Davis. Llda Mae .
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:zst'1-ct-tt -\ Gibson Arnold N. McSwam Roosevelt
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l Gibson, Mary L. Martin,
1 Qofl. Audrey O. Martin Fred
INn* GUN i i"mGHtr Gregory Mary M. Mercedo Manuel R.
Do Stop in to see our Latest For "" ,II'.n. Clara L.
Hendrtckt. John
B HHendnckt.
H SAT.F I \ rt New Brand! New Marion D. "Moore" ,II'.n.' CarolynMoon Herman D.
Nester Edwin M
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H r.. PATIO DRESSES Hosl.tl.r Kalto. Benm Theodore, W W. Noble Naverrete Navarrete., :Preston: Virginia Mary P,

H=.\: cnaucn3cr t5CJCiS3 tl &rlPWXi Katto. Betty J. Ochoa. Francisco
T Form fitting In front and Layton David O Ocho., Ganovev

Ml fes sy .. Saucily Flared in the bark.! Lehner. ,Juanita Frank A.0.Loath Orr.Oliver Charles Ida Mae

Frankly feminine In SONG & STORY I Leach Luckay Leelend Samuel' L.R. Jr. Ortega Peacock, Delphino Juanita S.

vibrant colors. Wonderfulfor MeClell.nd Huoy P. Peecock. Willie R.

: c UJMI1!l tH : the HOT DAYS ahead. 659 5th Ave. So. Nash M.th.rt.Thalm Alice V.A. Peterson Platt Walter Clyde C.J.
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Petite: Sm.; Med.; Large; Pied.,, Robert F.Platt. Pollard. I.n.PolI.d. Joseph.'
4. J George H. '
14.9i Porter, Mike'
'. FREE Ramsey Hilda J. Porter, Rachel
l II Roark Kenneth Purvi Eul' E.Purv. .
The "little CoqwJn) Shopin Roerk Rom E. .*. Jennie I I.
= Robbins. Lloyd J, Purvi. Samuel S.
11 E CONDEMNED OF ,U! Salter u Purvi. Vernon O.
Hn the rear of Beach Patio ON CHRISTIAN Sender. Gertrude: K. Rain.. Cerl ERe .
Skinner Fred G. mo. Abel Soto
11 SUN. ArJONs"A., 3rd Street So. Snipe. James V. Richardson, Jewel E.
I It Of Sorb.r Audrey A. Rickey.' Johnson, Jr.R.ley .
The Science Starter, George B. Betty ..
ft t MOVING TO FLORIDA Underthlll, Ad* Riley, Junior L.
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Rat* Bonded Driv.
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SAT FEB. 22 AT 3 Walker; Robert. Alionle M.
11 Mary P
Roberts Motes ,
ers, Modern Equipment. Sam Water. Annie E. J

MON. -VA cnteNrtiovurt II pie Rates ftttwetn Naples William., Clara J.Williams Rodriguez, ueo. Rafael JewsRodr A.
n John A. Roundtree. Warier

ti. ,axle .rani, I ItS l OVer 11 i IIId> 2000 I'". 4000 lbe.t'Oet By Wood. Will.' E.PI'tECINCT. No. I) Sanchez, Enrique a.

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etc. Write for rate and cost Central Ave and Sixth "...1011. Jeanette M. Stevens Percy H.
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U.S. Just Barking, Sunday February 16. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
FEC
: TrainWrecked

I Not Biting, Cuban FINE FOODS
Radio IndicatesMIAMI JTfo < Rocky Thinks T
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By (AP-The recorded Recreation
\ "wooft woof]" of a barking dog
was the background sound-effect fT\ Vote Drive Is B B
used today by Havana radio ; Department ,
New BlastNEW station CMQ in a news broad
cast about possible cutoff of
U.5. foreign aid to nations trad. TENNIS The beginner classon Gaining SteamWASHINGTON
SMYRNA BEACH (AP) Ing with Red Cuba. Monday afternoon is the lal'
-A dynamite blast tore Into the In Cuba as In the United gest we have undertaken up to
underside of a strike boundFlor. States, there Is a saying that the present. Everybody Is pro. (AP) New
Ida East Coast Railway freight "barking dogs don't bite." greasing nicely, and two boys, York Cov. Nelson A. Roc kef ol.
train Friday night and explodeda The program often uses records Jay Faulkner and Ben Parks, ler has ended three days of
propane gas tank oar that sent of gunfire, shouting or live. Jr., were moved into the Intermediate strenuous campaigning In New
a ball of flame hundreds of feet ly music as appropriate back. group. Hampshire and is convincedhis
In the air. ground noise for various Items Two members of the Intermediate drive for votes Is starting to
It wss the second derailmentby being broadcast group were moved into the pick up steam.Rockefeller.
explosives of an FEC freight advanced group. Jeff Decile and said in a radio
train this Joann Russell have been pro.
week. Earlier this
Interview at Lebanon, N.H.
week, four boys found 45 sticks Reds Given moted. The promotion of Joannis Friday night that although ho,
remarkable because she
of quite
dynamite
wired to explode on entered the Granite state's
contact It only nine years old. She has
of train wheels dls.
but
,
March 10 primary as "a decUV ,
mantled it become one of the best nlne->'ear- %
seconds
before train ed underdog he'll take the
old tennis players in the state, TOMATO
whizzed
by. Another train was OK To SeeNossenko lead if things continue to go as
blasted off the tracks last Sun. and we expect big things from well for him. :
day north of Miami. this little girl
"Another sabotage, another Four announced Republican
attempted murder," said W. 1.. SENIOR SHUFFLEBOARD presidential candidates: I t JUICE MAXWELL
Thornton chief railway operat. TOURNAMENT Members of Rockefeller, Maine Sen. Mar.
I Ing officer. the Naples Senior Citizens Club garet Chase Smith, Arizona
FBI agents were called In to WASHINGTON (AP-The Soviet will have a chance to compete Sen. Barry Goldwater and Harold .
Investigate It. Union has asked that its against each other beginning tomorrow E. Stassen-are entered In
Officials at the scene, Inside officials be permitted to see lr the annual shuffle New Hampshire's presidential HOUSE
the New Smyrna city limits. Yuri I. Nossenko a Soviet sea board tournament at Gambler preference vote. Write-In cam.
said there were two explosions.The ret police officer who defected Park.. The event Is sponsored palgns are under way for for.
first blast was detonated to the United states, and off! annually by the Recreation Department mer Vice President Richard M.
under the Diesel locomotivesand cials said today that arrange and is guided by the Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge,
severed fuel lines. The sec. ments will be made to meet the Shuffle Committee. The Commit. U.S. ambassador to South Viol rr Instant Coffee
ond occurred under the 65th car Soviet request. tee this year is comprised' of Nar.i.
of the 85.carfreight. The Moscow government now Frank Brewer, Harry nstance. As Sen. Smith prepared" to
The second blast set off the has protested against Nossen. Arthur Brackett, and Charley end her weelulong tour of New
tank car and caused the derail ko's defection and has asked Stmendinger. These men have Hampshire, she, too, was con.
ment of 14 cars. the United States for Information been very helpful in making suggestions vlnced that she was picking up
"It looked like the world had as to how it happened.The concerning the tournament support.In =.- 1001. $1 49
exploded, said Mrs. Florence protest was registered In .One very important sugges. Sire
Best, whose home was near the Moscow today by Foreign Minister ton from the committee will fact, the Maine senator .
wreck. Andrei Gromyko with use to the letter, the National said she was considering break.
U.s. Ambassador Foy D. Kohl.,Shuffleboard Rules". Referees log her string of responding to
ere will be on hand in the peeeen some 1,500 consecutive congres.
Kohler promptly reported to of Mr and Mrs. Tim Cable. sional roll calls in favor of
BEAUTIFUL Washington. Authorities here All players will be expected to more political stumping
ISLAND HOME declined to release details but be at the shuffleboard courtsat
Goldwater ended a week of .
Indicated Grom 'ko had taken 2 Monday, February17th
I > p.m.
campaigning In the West witha
FOR SALE the line that the U.S. govern to await announcement of meeting yesterday at Ms Phoan- )!
Sec our Ad on page 8-A ment was responsible for Nos. the draw. At the time of this is home with his campaign ft. .
senko's behavior. writing, 30 club members have nance commlttee.Then: he flew
signed for the tourney which is t1_
to Chicago to meet Sunday with "
expected to be a whiz-bang ale his state campaign directors. /
PIANO INSTRUCTION fair. All of the courts will be "
In New York, Nixon urged ,
fVrtlfW& Member :\fTX.II I MTNAHrii put In good condition by waxing President Johnson to call a CHEERLiquid .
*rii !. College Preparatory before the competition begins on Western summit conference to i....
r>o\\nt'ix\n. Studio Monday. After the partners are deal with the problem of trade Thrill *< on- cum, sue 57c
va, Ann W imer Phone MI 2-3197 announced players will have four Ing with Communist countries.

free shots each, and then begin Thrill lit' .IIFF. 'su.
Liquid King .! 78c
play. Eight frames will constl.
two points with a six footer. At
tute a game; the best two out 19c
the end of the first half It was
of three games will decide 9.6 in favor of the Knights. In 3t Comet Cleanser 2 Ie.... ('... 29c
the winners of a match. In case the third quarter the Knights fell
of ties, two rounds, or frames behind in scoring to run the Comet Cleanser 2 w."t I can. 43c
will be played to determine the score to l 16-15, a slim one point

winner. A complete briefing advantage. The leaders failed to limit 1 Giant Salvo IM*. file
customer w/
t will be given prior to the start, score in the final frame while per
so I finish now on a kind note. the Hornets scored four to ice purchases of' $3.00 or more .. ., I. r.
of GOOD LUCKI the game. Final score Hornets I

Newest. Most Modern BOYS' 10. Reds 16. 1 'w 1
Naples BASKETBALL LEA. '
In other action there was no \ aMwb \
CUE The final two games In Wa '
championship at stake, but the ,
Hair Fashion Salon the Boys'Basketball League were type of game Indicated both teams "
played Wednesday afternoon, and "
were out to win. As was stated
't. NOW OPEN t the Green Hornets came out vic in a previous article, a much
torious in a mild upset that Improved Blue Team continued .

(;rand Opening saw Donavan, return to the.game to Improve as they.autUite4, ute .:
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Special' In the second half. Donavan has Flyers in their most Imp d/sive ""The Best Of Meats For Miles Around"
fd"Jt AN Lrm.n.m., been out of action with a dislocated .
r ; ....... game of the season. Jaeger and'hi.
.. Hair.C.Hair the Hornets them
"......, H.ir Pr.Hne put In first scored more points than in anyone
place and gave them the League of their previous games.
e 4. P..pb
N Sarv. Y." Cham Vloll.hlp. Rickey scored 13 points only to Choice Lean
The game started out as a be outdone by the Blues Harold
All Work Will .. Und.r h. iuptrvbion ., MR WIllS, H.lr Ityliif rout with the Red Knights ?
scor. Moss who tallied 16. Both teams
.nd All Work Ou."nt..d ing eight points before the Hor. were balanced In their scoring FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 poun 1.39

Be sure to register for Free Prizes nets could gather their wits. with the Blue boys coming out
The whistle sounded the end of on top by a 29.26 count.
|Try Mr. Wills. New! "Magic Hair Brush St>'le,," | the quarter with still no scor. Next Wednesday will featurea
ing by the Hornets. It was well film on "Better Basketball"at Choice Lean

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS Into Jeff Provenzano the second scored quarter the before first plans the for Recreation an "Allstar"Building game, and

will be discussed. All membersof BEEF F SHORT RIBS 394Swift's
417 fifth Av.. s.. 'h_ MI .7U'
( Laborer HuntedFor attend the league, as well will as be future expectedto re. ,lb.

ferees. Clinic will start at 4p.m.
4 Slayings PremiumBONELESS
Standings W-L

Summer or Year 'Round Kills HimselfATHENS Knights Hornets 4 9 3 2 SMOKED DAISIES ,694

Blues 3 4
Blue Ridge Mountainside Home Ohio. (AP) Rudy Flyers 2 S
Zamora, a 20year.old farm.

For Sale or Rent! ine hand of sought four persons in the brutal shot slay.and ING RECREATION. Members BOARD of the Recrea.MEET. HUNTS

killed himself today as pursuing will meet Wed. 8 01.
lion Board on
Tomato
Sauce lOc
closed in.
- deputies The large posse heard gun. nesday February 19, at 7130 c.n, PRODUCE DEPT.
p.m. in Tom Drown's office at
Fourteen miles from Asheville, North Carolina six shots miles as it was southwest stalking the of hills this the Balch Building This Is to SMUCKERS Old Fashioned Pure

3 bedroom modern house, chestnut aiding Large southeastern Ohio city. be a very Important meeting Fancy
to discuss the policies of the Strawberry Preserves 3'LVl.OO; ;
Zamora's body was found on
living room with fireplace, chestnut paneled use of the new recreation build.
a ridge a half.mlle from the
walls. Wall to wall carpeting, draperies. Diningroom multiple murder scene. A tractor All ing members and other are related urged to matters.attend. STRIETMANN'S NEW Papaya Flavored GOLDENBANANAS

with fireplace, electric kitchen, 2 bath, was sent up the ridge to
bring the body down. Aloha Cookies 49cARMOUR'S
utility room with automatic washer, dryer, re- Zamora, a former mental GUEST HOUSE pkg. \

frigerator, large deep freezer 2 car Attached patient said to be of Mexican
Available In North NsplnS
garage. Completely insulated, oil furnace. All descent, was believed to be the
who shot to death late Minutes to heatherKitchen
on one floor. 1 IVi acres, beautifull planting in 150 person Friday four members of a farm Dinrtt, Lining Treet Can 39c

acre exclusive retirement community. Long range family and wounded two others. room; l 1.0 bedrooms' and 104Fancy 1

view westward to Great Smokies. Elevation 2700 Deputies were called to the bath. Secluded private rind PILlSBURY'S EXTRA LIGHT ,lb.
farm home about
twostory six
block from TamtamiTrail.
fief For tale Most of furniture for one
$30,000. miles west of here
shortly after Completely furnUhcd Pancake Flour 2 Iles. 33c
sale at $5,000 additional. Annual rental $200 7 p.m. Friday after one of the
and all ulililir. ".id. W. 0 Cello PakCARROTS
monthly furnished. Summer rental June through wounded victims, Patricia Wild
man, 22, made her way to the per week or 1250 per month. IIBBY'S GARDEN
September $1,000. home of a neighbor, Glenn Mc. Call het.een. 1:00: p.m. and
Daniel. 5:30 p.m.-Midway 2-102. Sweet Peas 2 Cans:: 39c
For Further Information PhoneMI
Danny Pierce, 6, nephew of
Patricia, also was wounded a.d I
2.2371 scaped. Danny had been shot LIBBY'S
with a .22allber rifle, all the I BEACH RENTAL
Cut Green Beans 2 Cans 45c
others with a shotgun_.. .._ Directly on Gulf Beach, 104

attractively! furnished,
ST. LUKE'S SCHOOL Invites You
ir-conditioned and
To the Reception end Preview' of it. ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW
completely equipped

TUESDAY EVENING 7.10 P.M. modern beach house, Red RomeCOOKING J

/Oe THa aaNaIIT OF nmuAny ink 154
ready for Immediate

ST. LUKE'S SCHOOL ,U the ,.."1.,,,, occupancy after Ut APPLES Ib.

FORT MYERS April, 196V Large livIng

MUNICIPAL EXHIBITION' HALL room with open
TI.
Ills Stop lea fireplace' end screened ,
Annuol ree/eutev' '
rill 'AI ICING porch overlooking the
Tuf wfo IHU tee SAT
FORT MYER Gulf. Four bedrooms,
DAILY DOOR PRIZE 19 20 2l 22
FLORIDA three baths, electric SPECIALS FOR MON., TUES. & WED.
ALL EXHIBITS FOR SALE
I.a/Ie.. by e..u'e ....... ....... 7.l open Dill, 110 PM. kitchen with all modern OPEN

One of the Finett Collector's Show*" ANTIQUES P'MUnd.r ,.... conveniences ana t
.143E httpl S.I. 1.8
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foal Knight, Men This *d ...Iil''*. one or martIHTMUIH connection

The Potion's Hobby, Antiques to purrhiiw rrfuUf
:*00 TANGMINl AVIir. SASE Sl.Ofl lirkrU. fur II 5c r rh. Contact your brokeror 777 St" AVENUE, SOUTH COUANTlTlIS L1MITID) 'HONI 'Mt 2-21S7
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1'c Barfield School. Found. co is very good. With accommo.
and as datlors filled for the past few
THE NAPLES ; : or: era Day was celebrated
To Visit wasa days.
Group a special attraction there
for the foundation
NEWS display of hobby Items. Ten The piling
BYO"W school children had a nice display of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Notebook Soviet AreasODESSA Sulllvans' home are now in place.
,. 4 .... .. ., and CharlesWetzelandL.odaHughes
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-- Mrs. Jean White and friend
U.s.s.R. (AP>- had a beautiful collection
IL Vlndlng up its historic confer: Arriving at the Islander for a fishes dally with Capt. Dwight of Marco Beach shells The high. from Summerpolnt, N. J., argil
I (Continued from page 6) jnce in this Soviet Black Sea visit with the S. Hasklns Rldens Doxsee and ever)' other day Myrtle light of the meeting was the crow. now In tne White home at Col.

Ity, the Executive Committee were Mrs. Green Ricketson otNashvl11e and Len fish with Capt. Dole Irs of Lawrence Pettit's pet roos. Her City
L- ;af the World Council of Church. Tenn., and Mrs.Char. Dcftcsee. Thelrdaily record fish terl Steve Comancho had a pet Little Donna Doxsee, daughterof

the south of town Mrs. Truman Reed was entertaining es split Into two groups todayto I les Glrtman, Jr. and her son, caught and released Is well onUs chicken and Judy Howard had her Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Doxsee,
part other Soviet areas son's visit was cut short asher way to a record !month, over received a Bible from the Church
visit there.
She simply lit the candles around the house, The week-long closed commit. son who attends Duke University 150 In their first four days fish. parakeet Loda Hughes found a golden of God Sunday School, for at.

and several of the guests described the effect as most tee session wound up Friday at Durham, N. C., was In ing. and an albino olive to add toher tending services for nine months
and with the lovely antiques she with adoption of a disarmament a serious accident. Mrs. Picket- Mrs. Jean Raby on the stiff collection without missing a Sunday
charming appropriate resolution and a decision to hold son chartered a plane from at Marco Island Inn celebratedher The Junior Deputies attendeda
has in her new home on Short Lane Drive. Mrs. Reed has Its 1963: meeting in Enugu, Nigeria Naples to fl) to his bedsidein birthday Thursday. Jean Is meeting at Shadow\ lawn School

another party scheduled for February 28th. next January Durham hospital where he from Franklin, N. C, Thursday Februar 13th. Roy WitherowAndrew
Duck Mr and Mrs Russell S. The text of the disarmament continues to lie critically' ill. Another birthday was celebrated Rimes of Cioodland dro\'e the boY'
After Key
visiting on resolution was held up for pub. Tuesda\' .. this being theannlveraaryotMrs.FranklIelen to the meeting. Those \who attended H. Witherow, 60, a
Fenn Jr. spent a week here with Mr and Mrs Albert E, llcatlon in Moscow. ISLANDERWes ) were Robert Johnson, winter visitor at Marco, died

Evans, of the Mansion House, and then went on to Clear. One group of committee mem. and Helen Johnson from Carroll's 21st birthday Several Steve Comancho, And Rimes, In Marco Friday night.
have homes each other in Dorset, bers headed for Tbilisi, Soviet Tavares, Fla. and ClevelandOhio couples who are spending long Howard and Ralph Elklns. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio,
The Fenn near
water Georgia, to confer with officials are visiting with the Edgar vacations at Marco Joined the Lawrence Pettit was unable to at. he was a retired secretary of
Vermont of the Armenian and Georgian 1ir Browns at the Islander Motel. Carrolls at the cocktail hour. tend because he Is 111. the board of a large galvanizedpipe
SEGALMAN SHOWING churches. The other group was Other new arrivals are Miss The couples were from Michigan Dwight Doxsee celebrated his factory in that city. He is

will be of the bound for Tallin, capital of Es. TYPICAL Helga design to be Isabel Manuel and Mrs. Henry North Carolina, Pennsyl. 29th birthday Sunday, February survived by his wife, Mrs. Ado.
Monday evening there a preview tonla on the Baltic, to make con. seen at the fashion show Hill from Kingston, Ontario, vania, Indiana and Iowa. The 9th. Congratulations: laide Witherow., He was a
exhibition and reception for Richard Segalman at theR. tacts with Lutheran church Canada. Carrolls from Fort Wayne, Ind., The school children enjoyed a member of the Mount Washing.ton .

and R. Robinson Gallery. Mr. Segalman's paintings and leaders there. sponsored by Zlta, Inc to Mrs Bowen and Mrs. Shipman are enjoying their Bay-front living Valentine Party at the TommleBai Presbyterian Church of Cin ..
the Dr. W. A. Vlsser 't Hooft of benefit the Friends of the from Leesburg, Fla. to en. room with an e\er-present field School February Uth. c:inn atl.
drawings will be on exhibit from the 18th through The Netherlands, secretary-gen Fund Jo)' the shelling on Marco Beach. panorama of porpoises, tarpon, Mr. and Mrs. John Power staying Funeral services and inter.
25th The artist has shown here several times and is a eral of the committee, told( a re. Library Building on Mr. and Mrs, Kilford Patten,' schools of mullet, and other interesting In the Church of Cod par. ment will be In Cincinnati. Local I

favorite with Neapolitans. porter the committee had takenno Monday, February 24. from Roanoke, Ind., daughter of subjects. sonage went to Tampa to attend arrangements were' charge I
formal action to condemn the Jim Hughes, spent threewon. the Oral Rol>erts Campaign. of the Richard A.Pitt man Funeral
At the Yale, Harvard, Princeton Club cocktail party antlrellglous measures adoptedby Fashion ShowTo derful weeks visiting here with ON THE WING Mrs Larralne Addison Is stay Home of Naples.

next Wednesday night at the Port Royal Beach Club, repre the Soviet government He her parents.Mr. Birds still remain an ever. ing in Fort M>'ers and attendingthe
members will be from the classes of 1902 to said council members had told and Mrs. Robert Redding, present attraction Mildred Pa)'. Sam Todd revival In TerryPark "
sentative Soviet officials privately what Boost Fund from Tampa, and children, Mike ne saw a painted Bunting Wednes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur '.
1948 Hosts and hostesses for the evening will be Mr. the churchmen think about the and Ann, nephew of Jim Hughes, day. It was apparently' quite tameas Wright from Columbus,Ohio,are I

and Mrs. Vince Wood Jr., Mr. and Mrs Ralph W Carson, Russians. spent two das fishing and had she and four other witnesses visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Jli I It
lie said had suggestedthat For LibraryFrank good luck. It Buschs' Port Marco
the John Burnhams and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Draper. the Soviet they government allow Mr. and Mrs. Russel Pennyof agree.waterfront a grackle has found Patrick Contratulatlons for a few days are In or. I

Any alumni wishing information concerning the club, Bibles to be Drlnted. Kerrigan, campaign Roanoke Ind. and winter vlsl. the peanut butter bar that had der for our postmistress, Mrs. ,
please call Mr Draper at MI 22748EMBLEM Most of the committee's meet. director for the Friends of the tor of Goodland visited the Jim been eaten only by yellow bel. Caroline D. Elklns. She is to L & .. .\ .<,
ings, which began last Monday, Library Building Fund, announced Hughes.Mr. lied woodpeckers aid warblers. be married to H. D. Rutledge of Vivian
dealt with plans to raise $1 mil. yesterday that zita, Inc and Mrs. James Hughes, Mr. and Mrs S. Haskins RI. Fort Mers on March 1st. By Ugg
lion for relief of refugees in will: hold a benefit luncheon and Mr. and Mrs Gilford Patten, dens, of Newbern Tenn..who are Arriving here from Beaufort, There bit of doggerel
African conflict zones and with fashion show at the Beach Clubon Mrs. and Mrs. Arnold Blanken. spending the winter season at the N.C. are Mr. and Mrs. Harry s
talk of the possibility of ties February 24. Kerrigan stated burg, Mr and Mrs. Matt Kuszyk Islander welcomed their daughter' Cillken, to spend their vacation which got: "I never sac

with the Vatican. that proceeds from the luncheon and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson Mrs. Charles Glrtman, Jr. of with Mrs. Cilllken'l mother, Mrs. a purple row', ." I'ur-
No decisions were announced.But will go into the building were dinner guests of the Roger Pensacola, with a dinner 'party J.H. Doxsee. pie row, it seems, rant
Visser 't Hooft said there fund and is the first benefit Johnsons on Sunday evening February In her honor at the Moorings rut It there da)'. anymore
may be Roman Catholic church for the drive which will commence 9. The occasion was a going << Country Club in Naples. The SNOOK HOLE MOTEL than say, yellow\ fire en-
cooperation in some form with in March away party for Don and Evie tables were decorated with lovely Mr. Miller, guest of the Snook However, before
the council, although his Catholic Mrs. Harry Bradley, owner Johnson who have sold their Port arrangements of stock, tulips, Hole caught two snook,one weighing gines. "
friends see little chance of of zita, Inc, has arranged fora Marco property and are returningto and chrysanthemums Inter 9'/2' Ibs. and found two gold. you jro into a technicolor
f joining the council as members. special showing of the New their home In Hayward, Wise. spersed with phlladendron. en olives on the beach. tantrum we might point
rP All the world's other major Spring line by the California de. Enjoying the hospitality of the Mr. Williamson caught three out that yellow fire en.
Christian churches are linked In signer Helga. Local models will DREAM COME TRUE Rldens were Mr. and Mrs. Er. snook, two of 9Vfr pounds and glees arc rominc
the council. show almost 90 creations, in. Matt and Gladys Kuszyk have nest RlceJr.ofDyersburgTenn., one of 10 pounds, Mrs. W1U It seems that H per rent
The committee also discussedthe eluding silk prints, suits and spent many vacations at Marco nest Rice, Jr. of Dyerburg, llamson found a lavender olive, of the citizenry in colorblind
question of a successor for evening clothes. and they feel It is like a dream Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar which is a beautiful shell She to Home decree, and
Vlsser 't Hooft.' Now 83, he come true to now have a per. Brown of Cleveland Ohio Mr.
; has also found a yellow Jewel-
Price for luncheon is $3.00; manent winter spot on the Bay. most of thin H per rent
to retire next
hopes year. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson,house. box and a lovely pandora box.
this includes tip, tax and $1.00 The Kuszyks have owned and can't tell red from
greenor
Seventeen of the committee guests of the Browns from Cleveland Mr. and Mrs.Stuart from Mich.
to the Friends of the LI,
going Matts Boat Livery on
members, led by the Rev. Dr. operated ; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cozartof igan are staying at the snook purple if\ you prefer
is invited and
brary. The public Lake at the channel
Franklin Clark Fry of New reservations be made Muskegon Wilson, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Hole for a two weeks vacation. At any rate Mime rather
York Friday visited Russian may by which enters Lake Michigan.The Marshall Hall of Casco Wise. .
; Mr. and Mrs. High are stayIng important agencies the
calling the Beach club Midway
; Kuszyks are taking over the Don
Orthodox theological seminary Wood of
Mr. and Mrs George
22141. Carol Fulmer fashion for one week. Carl Beery U.S. Army, for examplehave -
on this expansion braceleth-albCe-n approvedby on the outskirts of the city, one Johnson property.Mr. Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. had a good retch of Mackerel.
coordinator for Helga, will corn. and Mrs. C. J. Radel, of proved that golden
of still existing In the of
eight Ferdinand Wychoff Babylon,
the American Medical Association as the universal Mr and Mrs. LJonal Kelsey
mentate the show. ow. yellow\ in the bent Keen
Muskegon Mlch., are garage Charles Ly.
country. Mr. and Mrs.
earning symbol to be worn: by persons afflicted with ners and are staying at the Snook N.Y.ons ;of Mtllbrook, N. Y.; Mr. from Marco Roanoke, 111 at, the are Snook backat color and will\ likely I replace .
hidden medical conditions The AMA directs that the Hole Motel, but busy with friends staying fire
and Mrs. Fred llamlln of Naples Hole Motel. I understand they the traditional
emblem be on a device that is durable nonallergic\ AT&T Refinancing Biggest Matt and Gladys who are making ; Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Gala had plane and hotel reserva. engine[ red.Incidentally.

waterproof and contains up. to. date medical informa 'like busy" getting tothelrlikingr their new. peaux of Palos Park, 111., Mr. lions for a trip to California, if the inadequacy .
arranged
property
tion. The device worn around the wrist or neck, alerts Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Davis Henry Varnum Poor and Miss but changed their mind and head. of your present I
,
"t' Ann Poor both of New City, ed for Marco. You can see they
anyone giving first aid that the wearer must receive Corporate Deal In History of Maryland, cousins of Frank. N.Y., and Mr, and Mrs. R.A. really love this place. Thisis home milieu you nee red I'
Bailey ate enjoyingFrank'shos.pitalltytwith rail\ at VIVIAN OGC.
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special, care .TbUnbracelel, which snaps open to reveal Grlffls of Marco. their third trip this year
the stress on fish. .
detaileTmedfcal r hiTtcry t is supplied to Its .member NSW YORK (AP-The big ". graft: Co. and Fflrd Vccj CoVs. Ing. I J' Mr. and Mrs. Charle Stabler, i Realtor ,monjr,our lintIng
by the nonprofit American Medic-Alarm Foundation test forporate financing program o. Phllco Corp. subsidiary1.t! : The fishing Hendrlckson's of PTA }MEETING friends of the Kelseys, arrived IM rrrtftfnsYiNbe thw
In U.S. history took the Business and individuals were. I Southhold N. Y,, are back at The Marco Island P.T.A. met Saturday for a visit ideal home for your family .
,
in New York. business spotlight during the encouraged by the progress be.: Marco Island Inn where Frank Tuesday, February 11, at the Capt. Bob Korr: fished with need Also, we can
past week.It ing made toward enactment of Mr. and Mrs. Martin and party likely Hare you a bundleof
ANNOUNCINGChurch was undertaken by Amer.can the Income tax reduction legls.latlon. Sunday and Monday. Ray Gage the lone[ green in the
and Mr, Chocran on Tuesday
Telephone & Telegraph Co.,
1t'n 1 talk It
Irannaction.
which turned to Its family of Different versions of the bill I f caught red fish and bottom fish.
Of God KindergartenMONDAY 2.23: million stockholders to have been passed by the House On Wednesday Capt. Kerr took over about nome of the
dfe .
raise Jl,225,000,000.: and Senate, and conferees from i Ft w out Mr. Martin and party, and fine rental we have available .
THRU FRIDAY C TO 5 The company offered( its both bodies are trying[ to recon. on Thursday he took Mr. Lesion for the ....II4'n. Lovely.

shareholders the opportunity of cUe differences. of Naples and Connecticut. Their h o m e M, cn-opM on the
Ages 3 thru 6. purchasing 12.2J million shams The Department of Commerce: catch was 23 redfish and a five beach and smaller apartmentN .

$10.00 for first child per week at $100 each. This was $46 below reported that the U.S. balance pound snook. Stop in at VIVIAN
the market price on the day the of payments improved further In Mrs. T. Kelly Gantt left on a
$ 2.00 for second child per week offer was made. the fourth quarter of 1963. The business trip to Orlando for a OGG.tEAI.TOU.;<; \ H24

$ 6.00 for half day students per week Each shareholder received the quarterly deficit was the small. t week. Fifth AvM So Phone MI

right to purchase one new share est In years. 2.4 749.
$ 3.00 per day for day students only MARCO ACTIVEIt
For the year as ,a whole the
for each 20 held Is reported business on Mar.
ALL PERSONNEL ARE COLLEGE TRAINED Trading< began on the New I Untied States had a deficit of
York Stock Exchange on $3.02 billion
Modern Equipment and Teaching MethodsFor Wednesday with 9,379,000 chine In the second half, the deficit

information call MI 2.2442 lug hands. was at an an/11/ al rate of $1.0 NOW COVINGTONTHROUGH
American Telephone's com. billion, the lowest since the bal :
mon stock surged to a new all. ante: of payments began to bea THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, I 1964

!'. r '.1 r iliU ij mITII time high serious problem in 1938.:
I It helped the general stock Reasons given for the im.
rr'fi: I' market, as measured by the averages provement were reduced net N.w coll..p.'nhft.t by noted Fiord artittHarriton
: reach a new historic purchases of foreign securitiesand Covmiton Chairman, Art D.parlm.nt
Them Now a spurt in exports, particularly Umvartity of South Florida Recant w,nnar ofnational
peak.
See
J J. The magnitude of ATliT's agricultural products to : Qufienhtim Award Firtt showing of
I money raising undertaking Is 11. both Communist and non.com. work cr.alid under the Guffenhaim Grant
r ) munlst countries.The Gallery hour daily)!. ..c.pt Sunday)!. 10 to t.
lustrated by the fact that all
rI Kingston'sSparklers t common stock financing In 1902 Commerce Departmentalso

i I| totaled $1.3 billion reported that inventoriesrose HARMON GALLERY
| AT&T will use the procoeds of only slightly In December !
1 I its stock offer to help finance a from November and that total 1211 THIRD STREET SOUTH
;' $3.2:Million growth and modern. business sales climbed to a rec. 1'y i /A 4 TELEPHONE Midway)! 2 7X7

f Izatlon program for its tele. ord.Inventories
phone system In 1904. gained $80 mil'"on!

,",. Also in the communications to a total of $102.73: billion
)
:{ field, the Communications Satel. against an Increase of $790 mil.
) : life Corp. reported that six corn. lion In November.
,1 Tennis Dress ::, panles had answered Its requestto Sales In December totaled DISTINCTIVE
submit proposals for design. $68.96 billion, up from$67.19 bll. FASHIONS
y i International commercial lion In November. e.
; ing an
White Shark Sail Ten.
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nit Dress with Oxford a.. AT&T and Radio Corp. of during the week to an estimated GOOD CATCHES...Lester E. Williamson (left) of Columbus .
I Bloomers All 60', America submitted a Joint pro. 164,90 passenger cars from
o Avril 60', Cotton. For posal. Thompson Ramo Wool. 168,360 the previous week but 21 Ohio, vacationing at the Snook Hole Motel

I I 1 Girls A Teens % drld e, Inc.'* proposal Included was well ahead of the 149,392built landed 3 snook, one weighing 10 pounds and COMPLETE

I! I r j. International Telephone t Tel. a year ago. 2 others which weighed 9Vj pounds during recent rr

j? graph Corp. as principal sub. When arc planning! K h ,' outing Bob Fravel from Plain City, Ohio, is also RESORT v
Individual proposalswere
II F |i contractor. liver! have n sliced from 1 4, M
submitted by Hughes Air. proud of hit catchy .
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C toucan find"Lilly's UorlJU) Informality" GREAT LOOKS

her beautiful cottons her m.mc: SpeaUaf of Beauty Set Our Color Galaxy THE GREAT DESIGNERSFOR

:j ., bus cotton hats right here in Naples S -pepper enhance Before we lavish any liquid .

iteak, but It doesn't spice r on your hair, well
: hair when it sneaks up. how you what could be THE GREAT LIFT

1 We've known a handful of achieved by a temporary

Smoo Suit New Yorker, Feb 1 1. 1964 women who! seemed prettier gllnting-rlnse a semi-
t J) for the salting but permanent color helf htlnr .

these are the few whose .or an all-over, all
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or trimmed In J)Qj"b ) features benefit from gryhair's the way to the roots ATlIitk'1

{I' rlc-rao and ruffles Lilly PulitzerOf softening tendencies change of hair shade
Sizes 2-6X. and almost always, WeVe a galaxy of color t
women whose original hair and kinds te pick from! .
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t The Naples, v.o. $ ',':Ir"'If
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I School eighth grade students in December explained by Hoeffel at a meeting of
are graphically shown on this the PTA in the school auditorium at

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Results of the Iowa Tests of the testing results graphically. Tenn. (AP) Features J
Basic Skills given to 173 eighth The basic skills tested in five A federal Judge will decide over I
grade students at the Naples areas of student learning include the weekend If James R. Hoffa SAVE lOc QUAKER OR MOTHER'S SAVE 8c lIBBY'S PINEAPPLE.GRAPEFRUIT 1
for High School will be made ed the following Vocabulary must defend himself against
available to the students and par, knowing the meanings of words; three charges or four that he Reo. Pkp.
ents at the school on Tuesday. Reading understanding what you tried to fix the jury In his 1962
The students 'will get IndlvU! read; Language spelling, capItalization conspiracy trial. OutsSAVE 2 limit 29c Drink 32 of.
dual test results during school punctuation, usage; Alter completing Its case Twe t 15c
hours and will see a 20.mlnute worlustudy skills map reading, against the Teamsters Union Choice
film dealing with purposes and reading graphs and tables, al. president Friday, the govern
facts of the "Iowa Test," ROe phabetlzlng, use of an index, ment said rulings of the court 4c REGULAR SIZE CLEANSER SAVE 4e EA LIBBY'S MOLASSES VEGETABLE ORAIOX
bert Hoeffel, counsellor at the use of the dictionary and simIlar had prevented testimony need. TOMATO STYLE PORK<: &
school announced. materials; Arithmetic un ed to prove one of the charges."I .
Parents will the resultsat see no evidence In fie rec.
get
derstandlng the number system,
a PTA meeting scheduled for arithmetic terms operations, ord on that count," agreed U.S. 4
Tuesday evening at 7:30. The and problems solving. Dist Judge Frank Wilson. Two lOc Beuns 14 01. Can
film will also be run for the The students spent four half. "I think, then, the govern. Limit Four IDe .
parents. Hoeffel will speak brief.ly days taking the test during December ment would have to take a I I Choico
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on details of the test and dis. under the supervision: Judgment of acquittal. said 1
play a chart prepared to show Chief Prosecutor James F, Neil
4 Hoeffel. DIXIE DARLING DELICIOUS RAISINBread' DIXIE DARLING FRUIT FILLEDBuns
The chart prepared by student of Washington.
guidance helper, Bonnie Veens Wilson took the request under
choten, shows in total advisement, !along with defense
averagesthat
Title Compqny the Junior high students at motions that all the charges be 20oi. 29c 6 Pak :
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the Third Avenue School rank dismissed for lack of evidence.He Loaf Ph,. 39
of Naples one month above the national indicated he would rule on
the
average which Hoeffel said was them Monday clearing .
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS (8:3)) or eight years and three way for the defense to open its
Peppard. Bld -. months of school training. The case.
MI 2 605. Hoffa and five others on trial IsSELECTSUCED
bbl Fifth An., So. Naples average was 8:4. 20 FRESH MEATS
chart lineIndicating with him since Jan. are ac.
The : displays heavy
j ktreaa'.eight grade cused of seeking to tamper with ,
W''J": 'i student should be during the the conspiracy trial Jury at DUNDEE FROZEN
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; Nashville That trial lasted nine ::1
thrlor, fourth month of school. The symbol >
Ila.tarn. 8:4 was used. weeks and ended with a hung BEEF Strawberries
Local students dropped below Jury.The 4 ;::. 99c
I the median line in vocabulary. charge on which Neal
conceded the evidence to be QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER
scoring 8:3; were average at 8:4
in reading; reached upward to somewhat short Involves an al.
8:6 In language and 8:5 in work. leged $10,000 bribe offer to L Lamb *

j- study arithmetic skills; ;but dropped rounded to out 8:3 in at Juror Nashville James insuranceman.The C. Tippens. a ver FRESH MEATY Chops *. 49

8:4, one month above national government charged the
FOR SUN, FUN FISH approach was made by Law.
I average. rence w, Medlln, a Nashville Pork Steaks 49
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Silver King j sandwich maker, with Hoffa'a .

1 MODERN(BM H. v SAFE iDoeln, FAST C( Negro Ministers blessing Medlln was indicted with Hof. .mz We Give Top Value Stamps
FISHING CRUISER ? Jailed In JaxJACKSONVILLE fa last May, but will be tried Per C Fancy Thin Skinned YtHowOnions
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separately. Because of this, 2 9 For Excellent Free Gifts
Ml 2-2831 M 2-3940 (AP)-Civil: Judge Wilson would not permit Pound
Capt. Cecil Lamb rights demonstrations started in Tippens to testify about Med.
Jacksonville Friday after sev. lln's alleged bribe offer
rr **jr era! months of quiet.A .
local Negro leader said the 3 29c
MONTHLY action signaled the start of a Convict MotherIn g 4 ,

PEST CONTROL statewide Four Negro integration ministers campaign.were ar. Pepper Death Reef, liver and Onions A Delicious I
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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Bonds- February U, 19<4 Garden Club Will ...OfRI. Occasion Segalman/ Exhibit Opens

OOO OOOOOOOOOO Sponsor Lecture

Here On Tuesday Concert Review
At Robinson'sRichard
Mrs. Ruth Emerson Kistner Tuesday
noted flower arranger and lecturer ::J By Evelyn Tyner Bechtel
WLWa1h i iI will be guest speaker tor ,
the Naples Garden Club meeting "The Roman Carnival" was Eegalman opens his ,
at the Woman's Club buildingon < an appropriate and exciting ov. fourth Naples one-man exhibitionat
Tuesday at 2 p.m. erture for the premiere appear. the R. & R. Robinson Gal ;i
W0tJ04 "Flower Arrangements tor To. auce of the Baltimore Symphony 3 lery, 1290 Third Stree;: Southon
I I IBy day's Living" will be the theme Orchestra in Thursday night's Tuesday, February 18th. For
of her talk. She will also give a Community Concert. To quote this exhibit Segalman has assem.
demonstration using both flow the program notes (which refer bled his finest and most exciting ..rF
JANE MARTIN ers and foliages red to the year 1844), "the over. new work, the gallery report.
Mrs Klstner is an authorityon ture exploded like a mass of ia "Neapolitans familiar with the
18th Centry flower arrangements fireworks, followed by a noise of artist's work know that in his
month. Aside from Abraham and has a large collection hands never heard elsewhere but paintings and drawings there are
In the this -
Birthdays
news of rare flower containers of that in Vienna". Thursday night It no mannerisms, nor any other
Lincoln and George Washington having long ago period. Stories and pictures of was not Vienna, but Naples 1984 Urn; there is draftsmanship, at.
established February as a good birth date, numerous her work have appeared in such whore the explosive music and mosphere, understanding and
publications as House and Gar. its appreciation took place. power. Segalman is a dedicated I4I'si
Neapolitans are claiming the same thing. Garden, Garden Gossip, Today's The conductor ofthlsmajoror.) artist who concentrates on basic ,
Thursday evening Mrs. Heaton I I. Treadway\ gave a Woman, Better Homes and Gar. chestra Is Peter Herman Adler, ageless forms of expression,
joint birthday celebration for Mrs. Douglas Hooker and dens, The Antique's Journal and who Justly deserves the credit steering a direct course towardthe rF
Town and Country.Her for the rise and popularity of creation of a vivid image of
Mr. Treadway at the Treadway home on Fourth Street, collection of early books the Baltimore Symphony since character and mood. His work r

South. and rare prints is sought by 1959. I was privileged to speakto MRS. BECHTELAs makes a haunting and unforget.
Friday Mr. Treadway flew to Providence, R, I I., to many clubs for exhibition purpos. him at intermission and found table Impression," said a gal
est She owns four Furber originals. a man completely dedicated to lery spokesman.
attend their granddaughters wedding Yesterday Mar. beauty of sound and virtuosity an Incident to portray his Segalman, who was bornin } I
garet Mackenzie Sloan was married to Thomas Hoppin, In June, Mrs. Klstner spoke i, of execution that they together faith that all good things are 1934, has studied in New
of Newport R. I I. before the wives of the me m. may serve great music His possible, he said to me {at in. York at the Parsons School, the i--l
ben of the New Jersey Bar As efforts cannot fall to leave t'j termisslon time)> "Want to Art Students league and the New
Earlier in the week, Mrs. Erich Schneider and her sedation at their convention in mark 31: .uestral standards.The know a secret?" Of course I School, and with the well.known
daughter Erica gave a party honoring Mr. Schneider on Atlantic City. "New Ideas With sound of the Baltimore Sym. breathlessly said "Yes!" He painters Raphael Soyer and Ste. tRichard
for phony was fabulous an4 : ... said "We had never played phen Greene. But mainly he
his 57th birthday Guests Included Mr and Mrs. Ed Miller, Roses, was her topic a spe> il to
cial lecture for Rose Day at the, perfection by Its maestro. that Concerto together before has studied the people around
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ellis, Mayor and Mrs. Archie Turner, New York Botanical Gardens, tonight. Of course Mr. Luvisl him, all kinds of people whose : i i4i

Sheriff and Mrs. Doug Hendry, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Clark, Mrs. Kistner also lectured for MUSICAL TREATA knew It and so did the orches. personality impact he transmitsand v I
the Garden Club at the Marine tra, but until this evening we communicates.
the Otto and Mr. James last +
Hartmans moment k
Spohn.
change of
Base at Quantico, Va., and will pro. had never played it together Critics find reminiscences of a
And this week Mr. S. E. Hunkin will celebrate his give a lecture on "New Ideas for lest gram treat.resulted After In a great mus. but it was a challenge! They Degas in the relaxed, Informal
in mid. the applause could have played the Beethoven poses of the women he draws,
birthday. Coming for the occasion will be his son-in-law Christmas" for the club subsided for Berlioz' "Roman
that was performed In in their of
Symphony
serenity expression
\
and Mr and Mrs Hillinghorst of Cleve November. Carnival", the I
daughter Roy concert grand
She has been booked by the Fort Myers, but the motive to and the elfconsclous sim.
land. The Hillmghorsts who are vacationing In Fort Chicago Judges Club for a spe.clal Steinway piano was placed stage bring something different (in the pllclty of their postures. Small
center. Out
walked
a tall at. event of someone attending both sketches a head of a girl Segalman
Lauderdale will spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. series of lectures during tractive young man who bowed .
1064. She has also served on the concerts)brought afresh.lnsplr.atlonally a woman standing In a doorway.
Hunkin at the Surfside. summer staff at the University humbly and sat poised andassur. challenging experienceto though consisting of only a few ing night and the ART NEWSis intimate his best draw.
Judge and Mrs. Orrle L. Phillips are back at the of Southern Illinois in Carbon Concerto.ed to play the His Schumann A..Minor the musicians and a rich, lines are complete. "Se al. review reads In part "-skllUlngs are portraits, friends in
have been In Jacksonville for name Lee rewarding one to Neapolitans.The man's paintings and drawings ful drawings rely less on vlr.dark rooms outlines and objects
Canterbury ,Court. They Luvisl is a name that Is
dale.The around them out
picked by light
Worcester, Mass., mu concert closed with Tchal. sensitive, highly organized com tuoso line than an Impressionist
,10 days while Judge Phillips sat on the United States Hum chose the lecturer to doa destined to resound Ir. the pl. kov.ky's Symphony No. 4 In F positions. His people radiate breaking up of forms Into pat.from a window, the rest left }
Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. Japanese arrangement which ano seemed world.to be He and Instrumenton his piano Minor Opus 3e, This work is warm and sympathetic appeal," terns of light and shade Hlsln pools of shadow' They are f
one
Mrs. Fred Mosteller and Mrs. Frank Webb, of New drew a capacity audience. which the different a brilliant one that gave the Bal. say the critics. subject matter Is people In nat.carefully placed on the paperand" I
Tickets for Mrs. Klstner's Na. shadings timore Symphony a full show of Segalman has exhibited at ural environments. The mood often deliberately unfinished 1
ark Ohio here this week. They arrived later than of Schumann's music was play. The exhibition will continue b
got pies lecture and demonstrationare musicianship and technique. The Greenwich House South and R.4R
usual I for their annual stay, and are again at 40 14th $1.50 and may be obtained ed. His and swift down nights lira of keyboard leggle finish was an accelerando that Robinson Galleries In Naples; CARD OF TH.MJKS: hrcugh February 25th. The .
from members of the Garden ro up \ melted into an ovation that call The Little Galltuy, Chatham, gallery is open from nine to ,
Avenue South. flawlessly expressed. Here We would like to -
were express our
five Mondays through Saturdays
Club or at the door. ed for encores.This Massachusetts; Closson's, Cincinnati
Miss Lucille Vanderhoof of South Orange, N. J., arrived Is an Intense dedicated artist concert was a milestone Ohio; The AShovllle Mus. deepest appreciation to our many
of texture and friends and for their
Friday to be the guests of her brother-in-law and a weaver execution piano His tone of In the history of Community eum of Art, Ashevllle N.C.; thoughtfulness neighbors and expressions

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bell The Bells, "who live in delicate dazzling passages beautifully Concerts and a memorable one. Tlbbets, Inc., Waynesvllle, N.C.: of sympathy in the death of our University
I felt very privileged to be there. Atlanta Art Museum (Group
Short Hills, N. J., are spending two months In their controlled and formed remind. Show), Atlanta, Ga.; The'Draw. father and husband, Dewey Ii.
of necklace of perfect. Stallard. We would
Surfside ed one a log Shop, New York City and especially
apartment. ly matched pearls. He was equally What's Your like to thank those who brought
Amerlka Frankfurt Ger
Charles Cawood Is returning to his home in Harlan adept in the pyrotechnl House food into our home; the services Prexy Coming

Ky., this weekend after bringing his mother, Mrs. Hattie t .. cal department. Mr Luvisl is I.Q.? many.His exhibition at the Kaymar of Henry parham; and those who
.
of the renowned Rudolph Hospital assisted In other
a pupil any way.
Cawood visit her sister Mrs. David Jones Sr. Mrs. Gallery In New York last spring
to '
,
: Eerkln, and will be an interest. Wife and sons
Cawood plans to divide her time this winter between her I. ; }' d" inc pianist to watch as he at. Did you know that! was a near In Art sell-out News and Magazine was reviewed Here Thursday
lain heights of artistic ma The hospital has had four administrators <
new
daughter who lives In St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Jones. : including JosephG. as follows: "Richard Segalmanhas U.S. Industrialist
Others from Harlan who have succumbed to the lure Ij'( : turlty.The Schumann Concerto Is a Bertolami, who i Is current.ly a most attractive exhibit of Dr. J. Wayne Reltt, presidentof I
oils and the University of Florida will
and heads in MoscowTo ,
figures In
)
of Naples are Mr and Mrs. Dennis Smith. They are now :!',,4 glorious one, due perhaps to a serving in this capacity? various mediums. His drawings Stops come to Naples on Thursday,
., Mrs. has served
their home The finish i" '; iI. set of circumstances that en. S.F Briggs 'finished' look See KhrushchevMOSCOW February 20, to present an &.
in new In Moorings to furnishingit :'1'' as president of the Board of often have a more o I
.:, ,., vironed its writing. Schumannwas
and In the future expect to spend much of the year .. ..?.'.. ,/. ; his happiest at this per. Trustees since the hospital's beginning ',than structured his with paintings loose which strokes are In (AP-Cyrus) Eaton, tidal formed charter University to the of recently Florida

here. .J. :' lod of his life. He had been ? Cleveland, Ohio industrialistand Alumni Collier
the fluid fashion of a Manet club, County
friend of Premier Khru.
: Naples Community Hospital
Mr, and Mrs. Donald Cloak are also in the process of married for one year to ,his and bride pro., a non-profit hospital which cares sketch, but In spirit are closerto shchev, arrived in Moscow the Chapter.
posed a holiday ,
completing their home which is on Hawser Lane. Theyare so they found themselves in an. for patients with General medical 'The' Eight'. Colors are of Soviet news agency Tass report. Reltz will speak at a charter
and ochre banquet to be
held
the earth, umbers ed at The Moon.
here from Cleveland for two weeks and will be enchanting refuge overlooking a ,, and surgical Illnesses? His work. shows Segalmea.as.asensitive Eattm Friday tils IngsCountry Club"at7 U.nXaoeordlnfi /
The hospital publishes a hews and wife were
This to have beena ,
lake. was
) observer-of' and. '- to
porfe> Joint
brick again later In the spring. from letter called "PROGNOSIS"which greeted by a htgh.ranktng"defe' Smithy pro.
respite work but Ms In.
And Mr and Mrs. F. W. Warrington who'recently ENGAGEMENT of Miss Mar- ner Joy and happiness kept fill"' is distributed. to all conrlbutora temperament.Concurrently" with his Naples' gallon of Soviet officials led by sldent said tickets of the for Alumni the banquet Club. Smith will

moved Into their new home on Beacon Lane are well tha Lee Ware (above) to Jeffrey turous ing his mind and heart with rap.. t gram?" to the "Space pro. exhibition the artist Is showing;[:Foreign patollchev.Trade Minister Nikolai be $4 per person, Including tax
music. He took
enough organized to greet their first houseguests. Dr. B. Grimm, has been announced paper in hand and proceed.mans.cript The Naples Community Hospl a comprehensive collection of;, Eaton Is stopping over In Mos and tip.

and Mrs. John McKee will arrive tomorrow from Morgan. by her mother, ed to write and complete his A tal Auxiliary,numbers volunteer service under drawings New York.at the The F.A.R.show Galleryin wasa cow 12th on annual his way Pugwash home from confer.the ricers In addition of the to club Smith are:,Don other Lander of.

town, N. C., to visit the Warringtons. Mrs. Eva C. Ware, 2364 Bay- Concerto Minor Concerto.consists Although of the traditional the. I organization 300 members, ? Just 50 per cent sell-out on open once, held In India. vice president) Thomas
PARTIES GOING STRONG Brown, secretary; R. L. Tad"
South.
side Street, Grimmis three movements, one
Fraser
Preceding an afternoon of bridge at her home, Mrs. the son of Mr and Mrs. feels there is Just one beautiful Infant WilliamsGraveside \j,; i';, ', : .. ';/qi 1t' 14t4 the club, treasurer.has over 40 Smith charter said
rhapsodic movement filled /v
Thomas Hixon small luncheon the : members.
a Thursday at
gave Claude Grimm of Myrtle with Schumann's sheer love of I 'lf.fii';
Pirate's Den. Honor guest was Miss Vivienne Phillipps Road, Pine Ridge. ,A spring life, and his life of love at that ,were held Friday funeral afternoon services for i.," 'f acted University by the new alumni organization not yet con are '
'
who is spending the winter with the Hixons Miss Phillippslives wedding Is planned. time 1 the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. ) "" .#< invited to contact President Smithat

In Lampoc, Cal. John K. Williams of Naples who post office box 1587 or Mid.,
RARE
GRACEMr.
In oven-frying chicken tome died Friday morning at Naples I. .. way 27171.
And different cock P"
one group enjoyed something Peter Herman Adler is : ,
cooks like to use a hot oven for Community Hospital. The Richard .'
tails by candlelight. The night the electricity went off In the first half of the biking a great conductor of an orches. A. Plttman Funeral Home I T .'J' ?'
tra he has made
i period, and a moderate oven for great. Hisbows was In charge of the arrange. ,
(Continued on page 7) always Included his orches.
\
the last h.lt.r ments. \
.tra which Is indeed a. \J
.
( rare ) His Besides his parents, he is ; .
conducting was devoid of show :::
survived by two brothers, Calvin ; ;
manship, in order that the audience Lee and Robert Earl Williams ." .,
could be aware of the and two sisters, Inez Marie and -: "''j }
music, instead of the man. Thisis Elva Janet Williams. k '
indicative of true musician Wf
ship. Mr. Adler was the found Swiss (may be baked in g ,
C of NBC Opera. He has that er
the oven as well as simmered on ...,
rare quality of genius that brings the top of the range. For taking, .,'.;..
r out the latent ability In each mus. brown.th, floured meat first,then ..... I
iclan, and inspires his men to add the rut of the ingredients .(1fi! t' '
give their finest lie Is toler. ': ,\\f
Not So Long Ago and cover before placing in a
ant, but without musical compromise. moderate oven until the steak Is
J I felt in this man a great tender. : ,.J,\
'-,
love for everyone, that transcended
all temperament. It Pays To Advertise

We were in an alley-way forge In Florence, ? : r

Italy. Enrlcco Clolll and his several sons were enrap- IM

tured by the color photographs of the flower furniture .I! I

they had executed for us. (Pages 132.138, House & ADELORE EMLING, well known Naples artist and

Garden magazine June, 1963 Issue.) It was excit resident, has made a gift of the still life wtih whichhe

ing for them to see their work on the American scene, M 414 is pictured above, to the White Elephant Sale of

(Port Royal's Harbour House terrace). r the Naples Community Hospital for use in the hospital I

This week on the S.S. Deganya a van load information contest Emling's paintings were

of metal work arrived. It is like Christmas as we delve viewed lust recently in a showing at the gallery of

into the crates of gay colored wall appliques, mirror, R. & R. Robinson, Inc, where this photograph was

lamp bases and candle holders (marvelous picture frames made.

I tool). Each piece stirs nostalgic memories of these The newest creations of i\HitJ8.t.\ :: ..

friendly men across the sea with whom our true communication this couture designer

Is not language but the result of our mutual COo f will be seen at a lunch.

pride in creativity. Oo eon fashion show at

the Beach Club Mon

day, February 24 to
t 1 benefit The Friends of i Ile I ermua l jport I opo.irtt. !

the Library Building i


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On Sale! Dressy


f.'ItMi.iafa. () Reservations; Midway 2-2141 20% 30% 50% OFFllen's Blouses

Trunk Showings February 25.26 at We
Uti THIRD 81, SO. .. NAPLES FLORIDA Have Them

OLD R. R. STATION PETOSKEY, MICHIGAN
Interior Gifts Antiques Gallery and Ladies' Resort Wear
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Not All Sizes! !3ctEg"c. s


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You Usually Get What You Pay For No More! ::,,:


Collier Countians would do well to ating firms, are also misbranded, since it a.

think twice before ordering merchandise does not manufacture them either. IJI.

r [offered through the mails by "liquidat- Federal officials, acknowledging that

ling firms." As a general rule, the merchandise there are legitimate liquidating firms in f

Isn't what It is cracked up to be. the country, are probing the industry to rr ; TAPEWORMS

Unless some way is found to curb this ferret out those which "aren't liquidating ,I 9" Pt s a1I tss sails

[latest mail order "gimmick" that has hit anyone's stock but their own." / ''l lllii eoP a_op ,

Jthe country comparatively recently, the The mail order liquidating firms have iKfl 6t6MaalT'WNTAf4SAcaaaPcaTa n

[buying public stands to be bilked out been doing a brisk business, but com a1 e hew,

Jof many millions of dollars, the Wall plaints have begun to pour in to federal ueaAtyAPQL

[Street Journal has revealed.It authorities following delivery of the M. ri at. .

all starts when a piece of mail "bargains." i 6ELW ISLC, jltA3OODACRe

(arrives bearing the notation "Public no- One firm, U. S. Liquidators, which -
tr{>oCVo I5LAND la4RK
? +
tice. Do not destroy," or some other sold some 16,000 transistor radios for a NEAR oeTaoir, MIcHtsAN,

j trick phrase. We have received a number "liquidation" price of $12.50, supposedly The WAS f ONCt 901A 1S acoexrextat ftoe F6N1af'

of such notices, so we feel quite marked down from a $41 list price, was ( 'QTA k'-

certain many other Collier Countians are hailed into court and fined $500 and 31R bC :_

Ion the "sucker list" of these firms. ordered to refund money for orders on ..

The sender itself to bea hand which had not been filled. The I. iP:.- .,. l <' .,. .. '.
represents ... ..'... .:<.'( : ......, ,..... ,
.
.. ,
so-called liquidation price, investigators ...-
liquidating firm which has been en- .. -. :::.I,"o(... "i" _'' /. ''-
,... .t 1- ':
( trusted with the liquidation of "distress found, was approximately the retail priceof ...--; ... ,

[merchandise." Some of the items offeredseem the radios sold at stores. ". : '.. : 1i STRICTLY FRESH Comedy CornerWe

[ to be fantastic bargain There are legitimate firms, of course, '

As an example, one of the recent but they seldom resort to mail order tac sometimes wonder If

[notices offered a "Hamilton" blender for tics to dispose of the merchandise. They Robin Hood robbed only the

$19.50 which the Journal says turnedout have no problem disposing of such merchandise '\ \ .fit -,Ha no rich because. the poor had

[ to be a blender made by a firm on in large lots to the wholesale money. e .

[the west coast, generally retailing for trade. What Is heard never seems ,

[about $15. The colorful sale circular Collier Countians would be well advised .' as heard.important as what's over S @ll

[represented the retail price as being to ignore the "bargains" offeredby

through the mails. We (AK r ,
"liquidators"
[$49.95. YAKI ys
WASHINGTONAND"SMALL: : .
those receive to large waste- GEMS OF THOUGHT
Also on the list was a "Remington" consign we a '
!
basket located desk. :That's : S,,,"
[automatic toothbrush, priced at $8.95, alongside our ) O.'lN'. .$ .

with' the retail price given as $19.95.A the place for them. '
..Y '. :WIJ.JN: 'H .'p"Ii: OBSERVATION AND SELF-
[ check with the Remington-Rand division When all is said and done, local resi- EXAMINATIONWatch I

of the Sperry Rand Corporation re- dents will be ahead of the game if they The U S, Justice Depart. ; type of stump plan nnumx "'After. you'retitrwith \
their needs at home from reputable ment't antitrust division has themselves which permitted\ diligently; never desert
buy
[vealed that the firm doesn't even manufacture I your homework, daddy has
of observationuni
the
moved into the trading stamp I them, where competition madeIt post spiritual
toothbrushes. merchants who will stand behind the self.examination One little favor to ask youl"On ,
electric picture but on a basis that will necessary, to eTrr trading thing you can count a
Speiry Rand said that radios and elec. merchandise they sell. As a generalrule be watched with great Interest, stamps to consumers without -Mary Daker Eddy nowadays-your fingers!
their prices reflecting at much
offered for sale under the "liquidation" bargains are strict- see
I
tric can openers, It U perhaps well to reviewthe increase as necessary with
heir trade name by some of the liquid. ly for the suckers. background of trading other plans brings Observation wisdom., not old age, '

.. .. .. _... ._. __. stump. With the exception of! I C. CLAP PUSS
... y. ... ,', .c.Lc u., .C"uuL u'u""' "'' ''' This group calls their stamp .I.. '
( service publllius Syrus I I AR I A 1i
' I' VIABLE
" :
.' L Ait&tW: #{ : .'. ", 'x" .. tlon "Blue ('hip." For a period of CURB
.
! :}. lore who three years the/ kept them out CONCEAL t
, not .ta-I of the huge Los Angeles market 1C you wish to know yourself N I D T I L T D E L '1
observe how others act, ACROSS 27 14-caral
their apparently hoping thin C E R N E P T U N E
would be influential In keepingthe If you wish to understand others 1. Very short 28. I lire 0
ups, P R I T I E
r adjust their r area stamp free, look into your own hurt time: slang 30. Encircle L
f A C A D G t
: : . .... .. . .. price to buy 1' 0C0 -Von Schiller 7. Liability :32. One
this D 1ST I L r1 E 4 D
tamps. In However strategy did 11. Clubfoot 33. Glr)'. .s
: the food bust- not work and they put Blue Chip 13. Light Ian nickname E D E D is E P S A 4
Could the but realize
young r'
'it t'r' t'r' ness the bignational market.stamps Into They the soon Los became Angeles the how KMMI. they will become men}! U. A mini '4. hither L I D S A v A I( I t r.

dominant trading stamp because walking bundles of habits, thejl, 15, Cod oft 36, Scot. T 0 0 0 R t P 0 E tl
'' \ A Sane Answer stamp firms c the. W, store Harder to, they offer the stamp laver I would ,, give more heed to their1 thunder explorer A M E n 9 t. e N T ri

After many years of debate, It Is now, pay usually them require at the rate of {% of more; and In addtlon stores conduct"vhtlq'n" '!,:| ,the' n1astlctaieL.'I '''J6.) Anarchist 39. River to the

Eqty CpmeEasy, Go w- "H pretty ,clea.r, teat\ insanity hereditary,, their total bUllln!! ,, ,tit month (living these' stamps 'did not 7: h, .It i: ,.. Wni****-'|'drJI.* : f' 17. Menu, ?FI ,c+ ? 9lUjI0N 0 YSitRDAY'f lUlE ,
+t -' The"lsevrnion'"youi! enjdymost Is not Parents get It trom their children.: ....., in ezchhhka: rdr'me-lt.....ffltW.Th have' ruffle rtvH* pelee..enruoll. octal :r. t&IIave( Aj, Indict 9
..
>' i e eObvloBfcly. '2'tTh ufti1 'Tllynkl8 I 1
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20
likely to be the one that will do you the -THE DANVILLE (VA.) COMMERCIAL APPEAL stores Increase their' markup ColIrKC 43. Fragrant
most good. to cover this extra overhead, > there Is an element Observe thyscltsi thy greatest -. 1 degree; abhr, (lower 3. Property mrnt abbr d
and then give to the customer of ,conspiracy Involved enemy until I do, no shall owned 8. Reverbrra-
,21 City in
-THE RALEIGH (N.C.) PIBLICAL RECORDER:: -ft the stamp they are actually here, as eontpetlngchains did thou be thy greatest friend 44. Suhmltird
Illinois absolutely
UOJ(
agree on the operation of a 45, Ilau 1r 1: Really Big Government The paying stamp for In companies the Drat In place.turn trading stamp plan. But the Jetvmy Tuylor 23, Metalworking- 46, I Horses 4, Small 9. Young girl n

profit hugely on the redemptions Justice Dept complaint' charges art violin scout S
If think we're getting too much
Hard to Cloak government you Imagine what It would a* well a* from stamps that for three yean, 1058-09 It la the close observation of 26. Ceralnt'swife DOWN 9. Historic 10. Rotated '
just they deprived consumer of a little thins which .u liD itcrct: 1, Asterisk 12. Preacher's 's
One patch a shirt or overalls or a that are not redeemed. ; lfir33rlsde
can be like It much we're
we got as as pay.
chance to obtain atamp. of success in bus;nous, In art, In text itJ .
Cs.
but It's hard to keep it from
reputation, tag tor, .
science and In In w
( pursuit
In the mid-M't, In California every 18 Note of the
showing; I I J -4 I'1 I' I 10
-THE CHEWELAH (WASH.) INDEPENDENTothers Actually what they did during lifo "/ .
of the statewide food / / Kale
-THE BAUJNCER (TEXAS) LEDGER eight this period was to conspireto -Samuel: Smllr.M' .
chains plus a national chain. II II IJ 20. Eng: monk
1 r 1: tY tried to get the State 1,1'111.111! keep front raising their prices !&. "" ,.. .... 22. Careen T
In order to give the housewife .
lure to outlaw tamp ." !,( .n :', >''ii, ".: tl 1+ IS .
trading stumps with, her ): 000 own money figure
They failed In this attempt, 5. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS i i l I N
2.a.lndI8poll.
but at the same time, they were When tried this could lie a
say
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS 'Iudan' to raise their prior' mo t interesting ease It 'In Illegal and Published Saturday.dally in) the except eflernoon Monday / : : ro II 1I tion
by 25. Drift. of
to Into of thenational a
ft one
go
for
competitors to conspire the Collier' County Publithlni Co,
Don't Sell )Dowufouu. Short trading stamp plan.. among themselves to Ine, 741 Twelfth Avenue, South, Nepies. < /J I. IS 16 ship .t
Fla' ., UV40. Mill eddreu P. 0,
"r ty In Florida and In Vero Peach We 0 e raise prites! to consumers, or Bon 1717. 27 Classifications
).:very now and then you'll hear But after prolonged study of to "torpedo" prices to drive, Telephone' Midway 2.2107 for all 17 rn- tJ
expect) It, we want it, It Is exciting, the economics of trading stomp out other omprtlllnn. But the department. 29. Loft. -
old-timers say:; (her downtown's It creates opportunities.-Vero Beach( plan operations. they became quekldm here fall In neither' Je J/ "'lJI/ r,0. 31. Engineer':
dying on the vine. Nothing) can Rave convinced that a trading stamp category, The question here Subscription Rates / degree
PrrRg-Jouinal the lit curler or mill, payable inadvnca Jl J-f IS "J7
plan could be successfully run I. on legality of competitor J
it. Before lung, It'll be a )ghost 35 Goddess of
on far less than the 2' charged agreeing among themselves lo
One Veer $15. Six Month 7. ,
| 50
town." by the national plans Thus, charge the consumer lean for Three Months I).71. JJ 4' 41 41 mischief
Kl lillnK Ourselves they organized a cimHrHtlejii her trading stamps 36. De at
It Is | M.mb.r of The Auoclated Press,
Don't believe that chant ,. ,, ,. .. ,. ., .
\ II.i .1 i > i>fti N Ile 'n'I'' .1 i ul i "I. .1.i which' i* entitled e.clu ively' to the 4J 44 anchorIf
chorused all over America and has In the Dooz, Allen and Hamilton ute for, republication of all 111(;.I 37. Seasoned .0(
n.w. Items printed to this paps .1
been proved wrong) thousands of report and study, considerablespace So lira that you help to answer well at ell AP newt dispatches 'l"/ 38 Coals 1
PET DOCTOR tile world's problems not add tntered) ea second ciao matter et 40. Turmeric
times. Shopping) centers are hereto was given to Improving the the Post Office' el Naples, Florida, C '-
to them. under Act of March J, 1197. Par' lime 24 min 42 Beverage
manifesto control of both Iy A. W, Moller D.VM.O. : : : 1 1how
stay, They're a new quality and quantity --- -. :. _________ ..
tlOI, of Atneilcnn' retail business. fresh and processed citrus products. --- ---- -- 3

They are a product of the great It uppearn' reading between the

t spread of American towns and cities linen, that during the research It i torical COLLIER COUNTY & SOUTH WESTFLORIIDA *

beyond city limits; of the fact that was found that Florida had been By KURT GRIESSHABFR '

every family has at least one motor sending some sorry fresh fruit and
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some
vehicles for shopping use; equally sorry
i
fact that population growth has the market, thus giving the entire

caught downtown areas without adequate Industry a black eye. This most of *

parking space for shoppers us knew long ago, that we have had from rare ottens MaP From an .Id weodProwlngs '

Downtown Vero leach was a those eager beavers wanting the fast LET by the owthor .,J

shopping center Itself once, and buck who will ship poor fruit and hx1 of 1685
many, many merchants there have hurt the market at a later date. i0

prospered without let-up through the These are the controls suggested

years. Many of these same merchants Time and again we have had peoplesay .

are prospering today as much\ to us that they wished they -

as ever, and have the know-how and could buy the kind of fruit that we I hove o ono and a half
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the force of body and mind to continue send as gifts-they could if we had year-old hound dog Whenever ,
better controls. h. is aUh. pork and com.s across .
to do so.
dead bird 'fish, he rolls \
o or ov.rthem
During these same decades, durIng Then it was suggested that a
Can you toll me why and -A
businesses haw of concentrate be developed -
which certain premium grade \
how to diieourog him? Diana j
continued to succeed, others have that would command a premium Rudo, assaic, N. J. '

! gone out of business. Hut such: an price. Again, we feel the A. the tmelloffhingithataredeadii 2 .D

an actual same about the concentrate that attractive la dogs Ielo,. .e Hodproctuing
event does not always mean way d AdelanfacIo
meat and game, bam birds" I .A'1wuJa \L: ) El
business failure. It may meana we do about fresh fruit. If we are
and deer were Amp up until" mey Hod .
change in family circumstance, oran going to support our new and old an odor which la *' lo..' 01 game, I /

s opportunity to get Into a business groves; we me going to have to be .01 deliciavt'!' the manufacturer olperfume ;i \:' Ponce cte Leon

more suited! to the owner's taste, or better competitors. Fruit from the are well a.ore el the' 'loci PONCE d. LEON'S Juan
mot seas vary unpleotont odo,.. such
any one of half u dozen other compelling Inlands from Mexico, from California ... VOYAGE
ei "''' are very attractive: when
reasons. from Latin America could be blended in .
m* right proportion In perfume
are off Cape Romano this It the case), land dunes In all South i Florida,
Downtown V e ro Heath haw, mine teal competition. Then synthetic So even In. has ons, edividingline In
.. We prtvloutly left Pone de On a modern Florida road According to the diary of Ponce and that tt at Marco Island
throughout Its many decades of existence drinks must be met with a betweenpleotonlneiiandunpleatantneii Leon tailing down around the map you might have noticed a do Leon, as recorded by Herrera, our own Collier County!
undcifone many highly superior product which can'tbe It much 'like me dividing' line Tortupas, where his men landed bay on the Southwest lip of Flarids ''the Historian of King Philip U, Every visitor who hat been
many between geniul and wioniry Dogs and 'got water and turtles. StillIn Just north of Cape Sable cal. their chip now approached short to the Caxambai area of Mar.
changes, and most of them for the Imitated. It appears that we nova o two-fold' reotan 'far rolling in March of the Chief Caloos, led 'Ponce de Leon Bay'. This and righted huge whltt sand dunes co Island hat been amazed at

better. didn't spend the $115,000 In vain, 'foul sm.ItIeglungs: (I) la keep .tfce their ahlp, the San CrUtoval, does not correspond with the In the distance the "hills of Ma rco" the old

Change is the one happeningthat unless we pay no attention to the odor on momielvet longer, and ((2)) I 10 h ai1 Northeast toward the 'Bay of Juan Ponce<<: on the old The mentioning of this trron.eously mounds of the ancient Indians
make lhamielvet' more attractive: to mainland. Spanish maps and could not have led early geographers which can be teen from a dls.
has been with America every study made for the Florida Citrus **er dogt Tits only. way to stop. yeur Now their chip reached treacherous been the original location of to Indicate mountains up the eiu tance offshore.
Commission.-Winter Haven News- dog le to keep .ben on 0 I I.ash If duo shoals which were clear. Ponce'a landing. From accurate tire Florida peninsular. Future articles will discussour
year of Its life. The fact of con* ....', .. I marked old These Is ONE historic Marco Island more=>
Chief ,. .W., you II N* havo to .bane ) on the maps. navigation maps showing the However there only
slant change Is especially a certain kit more.*.. later known. the Baego shoals, depth of the water, one eta tee place where we find large white In detail. sQbt
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!.. Defeat Venice; Punta Gorda On Tap Gators
Everglades
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S


! Eagles Falter Late, Win Another Title / s DURING BIRTH MONTH YOUR LICHSE\TZ


Everglades won its second an Immokalee rally and posted H. W. CLOUSER
straight league championship a 60.56 victory over the Indiansat representing theMETROPOLITAN
Friday night when the Gators Immokalee. The losers out. UFI
But On To Win knocked oft Alva and LaBelle scored NFM by 12 points at the INSURANCE COMPANYI
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N.T.
Hang Mdl. Anno*Now Y t 10.
defeated secondplace Moore Ha. free throw line, but still missed LIfe and Personal Accident
ven.The the first shot in several one and and Health Insurance
victory over Alva 73.60, situations the the last .
one Bar I*. 0. Box MS Ml t 309'
BY DAVID LYON Both teams started slowly,and fleeted by the bit difference in was the Gators' sixth straight NEWS Sundav. February 16. 1964
9 Despite a, poor last quarter, after four minutes Naples had the number of shots the two teams triumph and gave them a 19.6 ter.Lamar Pollock led the Indians 8 COLLIER COUNTY BVBBBfllBBBMBJunior
Naples High School's basketball only six points while Venice had took from the floor. record for the season and 8.1 in defeat, scoring 27 points, 10
team hung on and posted a 57. none. The Eagles held a two. Venice, which has beaten only In Everglades Conference com. more than any other Indian has High FOR SALE
50 victory over Venice here FrU point edge after one quarter, and Cardinal Mooney and Punta Cor petition. Everglades has only one been able to score In a single
ha da) night. with 2:45 left in the second per. da, now has a 2.15 record. league game left, Moore Haven game this season. Bill Driver
The victory boosted the Eag. iod Venice finally tied It up. The varsity tame followed a February 24.LaDells's. and Julian Williams had 10 each, Team Wins By 1 : d'I
eNS t les over the .500 mark again, 17.17. pattern established In the "B" Improving Cowboys Larry Day five, Jerry Rutledge <
and the team took a W record Naples answered Venice's bid team preliminary. Naples tooka eliminated Moore Haven from two, and Parnell two. John Mi. Rare ForfeitNaples
into Saturday night's home game with eight straight points to takea 31-20 halftime lead, expandedIt the running, 65.36.! It was the Evans had 23 for the Dinners.
with the Alva Ramblers. OP 25.17 halftime lead. Bill Morton to 46.31 after three quarters, Terriers' third conference da. Kentucky Military, which plays Junior High's seventh
I col I Tuesday Coach Andy Lorentr. fed Bowen for the two points that then hung on as Venice came feat.With at Naples next Saturday, fell be and eighth graders went to Alva
M.. son's Eagles will travel to Punta broke the tie. Bowen then hit within six points of the junior top scorer Charles Rein hind by 30 points in the first Friday afternoon and won their
So Gorda to meet the good but can on a rebound, Clark hit from a Eagles in the final minutes. The butt home with measles, Alva half and lost to Fort Myers, basketball game in an unexpect.
predictable Tarpons. short range, and Bowen put away final score was 56.46. took a 35 33 halftime lead at 78.66. ed manner.
Asserting complete control of another rebound as the half drewto It was the 10th victory In 16 Everglades. But the Gators as. Punta Gorda, which meets Naples The home team didn't show,
a" the backboards, Naples opened a close. games for Coach Jerry Howell'a sumed command early in the thir'' at punta Gorda on Tuesday, so Naples took a 2.0 forfeit
up a I8olnt lead over. Veniceat Clark hit four field goals and !troupe Guard Tom Bernard had quarter and gradually increased. played its best game of the sea. victor)'.
ga the end of three quarters two free throws In the third per. his best night, racking up 23 their margin. son and knocked off Sarasota "First time I've seen a visit.
of Friday night. Tall Steve Clark iod. BUZZ Berson contributed points. Randy Harris added 16, Butch Hughes buckedted 24 Rlvervlew on Friday, 60.54. The ing team win by forfeit in all ; r I6
again hauled down more rebounds four points, two on a steal and Frank Townsend nine,Al Hackneyand points for the Gators and now Tarpons scored 15 points in each the time I've been coaching," t
de than anyone else, and team. two on a 20-footer, and the Eag. Ed Stoner three each, and has 422 points for the season. quarter. Dave Funk had 24 Tar. Coach Keith Bright commented.
mates Marty Bowen and Walter cs appeared ready to roll to Mike Weeks two. Martin Satava, David Barton had 16, Jack Davis pon points, and Wayne Quick Both junior high teams will playat .r
hi: Ritchie gave Naples an unbeatable another lopsided victory over Venice's best player, had 18 13, Junior Ballard 11, and added 21. punta Gorda's season home Tuesday night against
Iv\ combination under the Venice (last week's .coreatVene points, andJack Wright also made Charlie Golf nine Jim Manning record is 712. _North Fort Myers. .J
boards. Ice was 61.35). But the Eag. double figures with 11. and Blaine pealey scored 22 -
sf- The Eagles made very few lea were anything but world. THE SCORING and 15 for Alva.Everglades plays ;On beautiful St. Joseph Inland lovely colonial home,
th floor mistakes in the first three beaters in the last quarter. at North Fort Myers on Tuesday. LRead the Want Ads l 1---size 24' x 34' two story surrounded with evergreen II

periods, and Venice couldn't find NAPLES FG FT TP North Fort Myers withstood lot size 150' x 200' furnlxhrd carpets and
the basket very often. But things FINE GAME: Ritchie ___1.10 0-0 2 1ft _,
sir 3 1
bl bd
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changed remarkably as the fourth Berson played one of his fin -pee in "- cry room i.rgv roomslarge.
__6-15 1.4 13
er quarter opened. est games, faking,driving,shooting Rouen bathroom 24 living room with stone fireplace _
la Naples missed its first seven and rebounding well. Nap. Clark _9-21 4-8 22 dining room kitchen two central halls hardwood .
shots In this period, and on sev. les had a rough night from the Renon _7.22 1.4 15 noon throughout centrally heated with auto-
la oral other occasions lost the foul line, making only seven of Morton _1.9 0-0 2 milk oil burner heal in every room porch and
HI ball before having a chance to 18 attempts. The team's dom. Pease __1.1\\ 1.2 3 VOTE FORd garage one-1.000 gallon fuel oil tank one
shoot. Venice took advantage of Inance of the backboards Is re. automatic vaulting machine one vacuum cleaner _
this Naples lapse, icorlne:
TOTALS 25-82\ 7.18 67 .
electric self
o 12 straight points to reduce Na. itove large defrosting refrigerator with
1 11 C pies' lead to 439. Guard Announce WinnersOf deep freeze power lawn mower garden 'toolsgarden _
,
eight of these VENICE FG FT TI'Hawke hone two lawn sprinklers
Bob Harrison got one 42 foot
C
Venice points. Women's Golf _0-3 0-0 0 flag pole Ibis beautiful SI. Joseph Inland located 26
With still more than four mine At Beach ClubOn Sikora _6.12 1\.7\ 17 miles rant of Sault Ste. Marie in moot eaiiily reached
a'' utes left, Marty Bowen hit from Morgan _0-6 2-4 2 d by automobile over paved Ilighwa No.: 17 with
close range, was fouled while Tuesday February 11, the Byrd _3.12 4-15 10
branch
UI road paved to the ferry dock on the main land
shooting, and made the foul shot. members of the Beach Club Wo. Harrison _8.19 3-6 19
_
A Venice came right back, scoring men's Golf Association participated on the Inland Highway SIN paved from the ferry
four points. David Pease hit In the low.gross, low,net Landirrat __1.1 0-0 2 dock' to within a ',. mile of thin home the ferry
rf a free throw and Clark sank a re. and putts for the field \tourney Delvae _0-1 0-0 0 ia operated by the Ontario Department of Highway
bound as Naples went ahead by In class "A" the winners were yam r MAYFIELDTUESDAY and it maintain a 24 hour a day year round free
sI eight, 51.43, with 2:25 left. J. Edwards Low gross (87)), TOTALS 18-64 14-22 60 service it crowned the channel fite minute al fif.

SIS E. Haynes low.net (74). tern minute intervals the Inland has one Ked Crown

:3AGLESSTALLThe : In class ''D'' Low gross _
Naples 11 14 20 12-67 _
Hospital one High School I Primary School
then scored five
Indians (101) was won by E. Marsh, and
Venice 9 8 10 23-60 '#
points in a row, Jim Sikora getting low.net winner was A. Youke1" rry Churches Library' telephone and telegram ayn-
Ie four on two free throws and ((74) tem mail delivered to the door daily to reach
C s innr shot from the corner, and In Class "C" the winners wero Hole-In-One thin lovely home follow Highway No. 548 to Sailor
it was SMS with 1112 to go. H. Cladding low-gross (112), and Encampment on SI. Mary'! River which I la Juat a
C Clark was fouled as the Eag. L. Brown (85) winning lew net. R atone'a throw across from Neebinh Inland Michigan
d lea went into a stall, and he H. Eckard and L McCune tied Contest ComingUp and with clone view of large lake and ocean boat
made both free throws. Bowen to win lowest putts for the field .
en route to Lake Superior through Sault Ste. Marie
was fouled shortly after, and (31).
o Clark successfully rebounded A "March Handicap Tourna. Next WeekendNext At lock a picturesque location with good fishing. Owner .
I missed tree throw to put the ment" will be conducted beginning FEB.: 18Plld leaving thin area. Owner will also finance.
i II Indians away for good. Tuesday, March 3. Saturday, February 22,
will be the first day of a two. For Further Information,

l day hole in one statewide Contact MICHAEL KYRZAKOS, owner,
FOR SALE contest sponsored by the First .
( Political Adv rti .m nt) 874 Ninth
Avenue South
Flight Golf Equipment Company. Naples, FloridaWere
C A NICELY FURNISHED two bedroom, two Local golf clubs are supplied .

e bath home located on 10th Av.. SouthWest with entry blanks for golfers
choosing to participate .in the
t
of Third Street. This Is an 'idealS contest. .

location, near the Pier, Beach, Catholicand The Beach Club, as an added Announce.
attraction will have the famous Proud to
the Beach Shopping Area. woman's professional pattyserg

i FOR FURTIIER INFORMATION CONTACT here for a golf demonstration.Miss .
Berg will hold the de.
i BOWLING monstratlon at 1:30 Beach
R.j. Midway 2.3166 Club pro Paul Bell p.m.announced. WE HAVE ADDED ANOTHER
Rules and regulations governing SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

the contest have been publish. ,
1 ed by First Flight and are avail



I! f =1 the tified able awarded golf along ace according courses.An a shooter choice with.to,entry of properly rules golf blanks, will equip.cer.be at upp.Ji.I Jim's Sunoco


w ment up to a value of $200 and

an additional First Flight SBUU in will the be name donatedby of ; NOW HONORS ALL CREDIT CARDS

Let make the ace shooter to the 1964 Heart
us
Fund, the Florida Heart AS so.elation. .

.
'
"child's The hole.ln.one contest will be .
:
conducted both Saturday and Sun. r
day. The first rule governing the
play" out contest states that a player must
register by purchasing three INTERNATONA
(, j of washdayForget First Flight golf balls.

r Rote Resigns CHARGE

Coaching Post .M

your laundry problems for. With NY Giants a AU APP'.n

ever by arranging today for regular NEW YORK (AP-Kyle Rote '. Credit, Care N"aa
pickup and delivery service. You'll ., announced Friday night that he APPROVE
like the of work and the had resigned his position as Aetna Oil' CREDIT CARD
quality our LIST
backfield coach of the New York Americo H/lton'
modesty of our prices. Giants but will remain with the n Airlines Inc (Carte B/oncheJ/ )
American Humble S'
4lC club in a public relations Express Co' :gnat Gas A Oil
capacity. American Oil (A Hancock Sn lair Oil
Rote made the announcementon moco I
Ashland Imperial S&eikelly,
Oi'' Oil Oil
c0.
his radio show. C
Free Pick-uo and Delivery Rote, 35, who holds the club asttE(( Atlantic Refining Imperial 400 M otels Socony Vacuum
.1 I.1I record for touchdowns, had held Sonic; of America lion Standard Oil
the coaching Job for two years Bel'' Telephone J. C. Standard 0' Columbia
Penney Bllifor
ti >u following his retirement as an British./ American C o. Magnolia Standard Oil 0' ,
active player. Oil

Naples Laundry & Dry Cleaners The record for forward rail Capitol California (ColsoJ) Mobil M',Continent (OXI) tandard Oil oK I ana G
Standard entvcky
completions during a National I Alrlin.s' Oil' 0'
Football League career i II 1,971. Corter Montgomery Standard New Jersey
1095 Fifth Ave., So. Ph. Ml 24455 That's the total completed by Chevron Northwestern Word Standard Oil 0'Ohio
Y. A. Tittle of the Giant*. Oil 0'
Cities Ser--'ce' Ohio Oil Com Arline. Sterling iexag

Continental, (Conocol Pan.A mer'con' Sun (Sunoco)
BOTH LOCATIONS I

HOW CAN YOU BE A SMART HOME OWNER? 2-633 Continental Crown A/rli/ Phillips Pore, Oil' The Select waxes Restau rOMs & Hotels I ,
TRAP AT CENTRAL
ref Company
(
Oiner'Clvb Playboy Club/ Tidewater TeJOoJ/
t Know the real value of a house before you buy it. WE GIVE Delta Airline Pure Oil T.W.A. (Tran.Yt\\od,

Ask any broker and he'll look at It and fit you Mi entlmate-but ran he make a ,SuKJs'tIKC St4Ht/tJ. ern Airline Preferred Restaurant Airlines' Inc.I
true survey (the replacement cant less depreciation) for batlc .value And what Eno Richfield I 011,, Union 011

would it coat to modernize It? Smart home buyer want FACTS. Esso Standard ors Roebuck United Airlines
Co.
rl Paso Oil C. Seaside Utah (UtocoJ)
Cliff Wenxel construction engineer and architectural designer, ran five you FACTS. Genera, Shell Oil Western
t He will\ be glad to help serious home buyer be .mart home buyers." Or consult .126 5th AVENUE, SO. 2-3472. Gvl'OilComp Petrol:ny Sf1ell Oil Western Union
American Airlines
him on building, without cost or obligation. Shell
Oil' 0'Canod Wfite Rose
WE GIVE a
For the smart lot buyer ASK THE MEN AT IMPERIAL: about the 200 ft. bay front International, Wilshire

oJ lot (in Aqualane Shores for 10000. 7t "Value Stamp All Deport ment Con Store umerCharge Credit Cord y'

: If it's real estate, ask the men at IMPERIAL Charge Cords

t Cliff Wenzel, Bert Hedman, Art Neumann, Chuck

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: IMPERIAL PROPERTIES289.9th as NO. 5,

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THE UCLA Certain Of CrackAt






1 Cage Championship

rt "I f111.1111: / ... .

I- The picture Is getting a bit lantlc-LaSalle or Temple. Yan.

clearer for next month' NCAA kee-Connecticut, Southern-

BUY .; :SB 11* ,H E LoR'' WAN EP postseason tourney that deter. Davidson or West Virginia. Ivy

mines the national collegiate -Princeton or Yale. Mid Amer.
Phone 2 2107 .
basketball
champlcn. lean Ohio U. or Miami of
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: E'M.P.L..OVMEN'Y: ; :L St" AJiC FoU D .I The first to practically clinch Ohio. Ohio Valley East Ten.

I a berth In the 25-1 earn field II nessee. Southeastern Kentucky .

I the nation's top-ranked team, or Georgia Tech. Dig Ten

UCLA The unbeaten Bruins Michigan or Ohio State.

walloped Washington 73.58 Friday Southwest-Texas A.M or Tex.

AnnouncementsSTUDIO 14-Help Wanted Male 42-Machinery Equip. 54-Trade or Sell I 57- Houses For Sale 61 -Income Property night for their 20th( straight as Tech Western Athletic-

and to all Intents assured them Utah or New Mexico. Missouri

For general. office work Filing, GROCERY STORE Th. B'CI..A w. Apartments arc selves of the Dig Six title which Valley Drake or Wichita. Dig
GIRL COSMETICS and knowledge of bookkeeping Trade I one bedroom unitt ) bedroom Home ,n Brooktlde, For 5.1. including .,Ire 100 X
For Studio Girl cotmctict call helpful Mutt have car Writ. EQUIPMENTEverything CBS steam heel air cond. I" baths screened p.I'O.' carport I ISO multi family' toned lot carries with It an automatic Eight-Oklahoma State or Kan.

Ml 22088 Order now. .ivme; full oerticulert to Bo you need for a beautiful Bringing |W per day good. loc.Ion low e9uitycall .Io"d. Encellent opportunity placing In the NCAA champion. sas State. West Coast Athletic-
: MiNew .... I zen for Home. Income and In-
in? Q c/o The Colder County grocery or sundry ttore now Location AlA, Pompanot5 ship tourney. San Francisco.
Newt .000 mortgage 130 Home 10ctt.d.1 Ao.ua- vestment Selling became of
PLAZA BEAUTY SAlON 2/.tf II ft. Huttman Dairy Display equity
000 Will eichange equity for lane Sh", 162S E. Tamlnmi Trail Wanted: Real Estate Salesman Cate 10 ft. Morton Meet Case 1 bedroom 2 beth in Naples I lamltop I Write Sos sill REALTY Midway 615$. for
possible surprises In the closing probably will
champions
Midway 2 6672_ : alto Truck Saletmen and S ft. Warren Meat Case area Write: Son 1722 Naplet H. Nap' ., tppomtment, get
I Service Man for GMC Truck S ft. Savage Froien Case 2/I .U.14.It weeks of the regular season, an at'large berth despite five
Gblf fro t 3 bedroom t bath
BONITA SPRINGS SPA Call MI 11270.i S 0 S Hill W.lk.ln Box 14" the following to have defeats so far. Oregon State
I H.p" tlO"1' Stock for acre- House .. recited ,n pool' 4 pat Waterfront Prooerty appear ,
announces i Its WEEKLY AND MORE Band Saw Nat onal Grinder age Lott Mortgage etc 411 .o. Hi ""0 full pr c. CARiBBEAN the best chance of tiling the Texas Western, DePaul, Okla.
H LUFF: R. E Broker. REALTY 'iO No TrmlMldav
Charm and Reducing CUsas Toledo Tenderizer 10Meat
Fo reliable man 0' woman toservice Otis 51. No Mld..y' 22>0 : 615558Lots remaining berths: homa City, Villanova, Crelgh.

formingnow. (Adult or I or customers part tima In No NaplesFull Invettmant Block I Toledo Scales' Luvely Pine Nidgt bedroom lI..rh"o"l Bay 101-on lOOuIOO South II Naples Gw"I" Atlantic c oast-Duke. Mid At. ton, Seattle, Utah State and

Teens classes) Call WYman Write C. R Ruble Dept A4W Root Bear Machine.Complete. Home. will .we..nl' for down For SalePARADISE Shores 4 ", .1., sOuth. 01 Gordon NYU are other prominent Inde.

._.2301 Bonita Springs Fla. F.1. P. O Box 244. Memphis. I USD delivered town Home 121.600 Contact G. Pass {0 20' collage III 000 doubtless
Tennessee. 2/11.n THE HILHOUSE CO. H. LUFF R E Broker. 421 .." pendents under con.
PGA Tournament
Ills St. No. Midway 2 227055Stor.sOfflc.
SALES OPPORTUNITYFOR Dick Hill : Royal Meroer waterlront. lot sldnratlon.!

S-Ioah-Moton: Acces. MEN OVER 40 Radio Rd Ml 1410' ON A SHOESTRINGI! lea Wall and DoCk II '0fl The NIT, the other major

Develop and control your own ZI U.II Naples Park 2 loll each SO13V C Dick' Hill Broker Lashes postseason tourney, probablywill

30 ft. Chris Craft. Sea Skiff buunett. Work to suit your con Ii block east of Vender DIScos at the Ihoute C* Manager first Invite Providence the
twin Chrytler 171 1. radio depth venience showing our Spring bill Blvd an IIlh Ave Rettnc Ml I 40) ,
finder, tnifter, auto pilot pr.. Line of Advertising. Specialties, 43-Utility Trailers Store building 20' 5 60' located lion rights for beachcombers :nn 1963 winner which boasts a 12.
sure water tyttem monet Gifts. end Celendars' 10 bueiresifirm. on Sth Avenue $202 permo hide, way $2,000 cash for both Back At Palmer game winning streak. St. John's
tunkt thaftt and .tutl- In you .r... W. are a Call Wesley Downlnl. Realtor lott. Waterfront acreage $40 dn
electric winch full eanvat low prttturo. tmall town firm Utility trailer with new I"... Ml I 2 117') 2IhwstlOffice Mi> B 0 Vaughan. |40 per mo Collier County Real N.Y., St. Bonaventure, MemphisState
all foam rubber bunks rated AAA1 and In our 55th turn I ill!! Byrnet Drive Estate MI }.191*.
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lets tignalt' stop and ta IIghlt lona and Miami Fla. are
T.... ST. PETERSBURG AP ,
Our business !is : San Antonio I ( )
of wheelt-tudbury talt water veer particu I completely Covered Space II 0 I It ft, For t/l6llwtht
system fmeit tee skIt, In larly luitad to mature people I If ranch tent will sleep I Seeat 'Rent at mo Coat 2/11 14 \II Jim G qunTournampnt manag.er among those likely being considered .
"Naplet' Call Midway 2.HIS working, on e free eric, b.si." 9J 12th Ave So 2/lllf Colony IJS.: f.s'rll Ava SoTemiami Like Kelly attractive Mobl. Qoodland property unique approximately double w.l.rfonl of the 'Professional Golfers to nil the other 11 posts.UCLA's .
No investment eoll.cllon.
0' well and
,f Home tile I landtceped
4? feel Qoodland Bay at one and
on speed the com
quotat Weekly Association
For Sale, 26 It. Damelt. commitnontBonut pump taplic tank fence on dl rltlclzed Arnold
: built end Seal 0" canal .1 015crend.
Mobite Homes
Boot I4S H P. ttra ghl I. arrangement full Can ba. 44- Trail Storet For RentCommercial one sue mutt be teen to be appree : Pop.rly consists. 01 two Palmer today for suggesting the btned 37 points by Gall Good.
developed into lima butinait
a LUFF
Chrysler, frokh water cooled I or Professional at d $2 075 Q H parcels' One about dl by 100 rich and Walt Hatcard were too
: with long range tecurity for $129 mo See Q H R E Broker 471 SIlt II. No organization's operations be put
Teak dock!. Loaded with OKtret Mention, withaluminum per lees, other Cl dl feet. Smalt
Impanel 0
Spartan .
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Cottt much for
... the
nothing to Investgate" Luff R E Broker. 421 9th AI under outclassed Wash.
E. Turner & Son.. Inc For full cabana perfect black lop road runt betweenthem a "big strong man.
Herold
particulars write
Midway 2.225S. Lufkin. Dapt 237. N.wton condo Will tell or trade for St No.. Midway 2 2270 A nice high LOT in Neple' On Qoodland Point Oyt Gaqaln also told sports colunw Infton Huskies.
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small travel Trailer Lot 31 Perk near Vanderbilt Drive tar Shell Near Marine. Canal
Mfg CO" Newton Iowa S020I Oregon State nlnth.ranked In
SPECIAL Owner nlst Jim Mann of the ,
"IS16Help North section Naples Trailer Has well on premitet parcel hat wooden dock and St. peters
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby Park 57-Houses For Sale it very ill. will tell for $150 teawatl IW 00. Mrs R. C burg Time. that Palmer's pro. The Associated Press Poll, d..
cash Sti Thit CARIBBEAN Grant Bon ta Sprmgt Fl. feated Seattle 78.72 and
Arizona
nra about twin 40 HP AvailbleE.p..nc.d 21 ft. modern Trailer For REALTY 17SO No Tamiaml phone WY 2 lOll. l/lltlw3t pos.il to cut the POA tourna.
Sele: 1100 CaiM for Immediate Trail Midway 26159 monti to 30 would leave halt a State romped against Brigham
Johnson motors ;with only SaId' Lot I Palm Lake Trail PRIVACY a COMFORT WATERFRONT DREAM Young 110.83 in other
or Ct. E. NapletFurmthed 1S X Hi Residential Lot level year open to outilJo promotersand Friday
IS bra. since new 2 18 secretary book. 1 bedroomt 2 belht. withtcreened Phone
: beeper. available: new resident.eocellent Trailer fenced with In pool and patio over ready to build 1./19$1500 OVERLOOKS cost the PGA Its control night games.

pL ra tanks all controls references fu.h.d. landtcaping T.V. antenna; on. acre of buu\llully land- Owner MIdway DOCTOR PASSOne over tournament plan. Princeton, Yi'le. Penn and
Cull MI 1.919.21I.IZ.U.I scatted lot on Pine Ridge L.I PORT ROYAL Lot 122 Galleon
ate. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. II.SOO. Terms See this Mobile Cornell continued in a four.way
.16_ Home today! at Lake Kelly ut show you what $19450 willbuy Drive For Sale or Trade. of THE MOORINGS fin. Palmer laid In Now York
ar complete package Q H. LUFF 421 9th St. No: Coma 10 CARIBBEAN Write G J. Herbert 7620 Pott eel waterfront lolt ,..,'.cl site Wednesday the tour needed a dl. tie for first in the Ivy League.
2 2270. REALTY. 1759 No Tamiami Road Danen. Conn for your Florida home Princeton trampled Dartmouth
11895. St at 1660 Mure: 21-Lost & Found 2/16tft Midway TraIt I Midway 2-6145We J, w. DYCHKS, REALTOR rector with broader powers than 100.46 Yale ,

Drive, or call Bill Tucker title record Pine Ridge, I front corner loll 1144 Ird IT. SOUTH those now vebted In Gaquln. downed Columbia,
have complete a 10 and Midway429S Excellent IF fERSON WHO FOUND on all lands advert ted in this me,
A Center "'. 6 GRANDMOTHER CHARM 48-Apartments For Rent See ut for your ab and Cornell took Brown
paper T. FRIEND Palmer said "Jim Is a very fine ,
BUT! WILLIAM ,
BRACELET AT SIN AVE. REX. \ tlractt. Title Co of Naplet I Beachfront 100 900 ft Gulf 90.77.
ALL STORE PLEASE RETURN 242 N. High Street to Bay lot on South N.pl.e guy and quite capable In hia _______________
YACHT BROKERAGE TO DODIE AT COSMETICS Use bedroom furnished epartmeet One bedroom furnished on East Haven Conn Shores miles south of Gordon field. out he Is a newspaperman
COUNTER. fl16.I.22Mullul IJth St. near Lake Perk ..ehool.S 2/11 ItsOulfehora Pass. 20 5 20 collage III.000cath Another Ace
112 Third Ave So. balance
Complete Naples Llttmgi of Call OO down lIP monthly See lot leading 10 Bay tils field Is public relations. lie

Fine Inboard Beats From. 20' I Kehoe. Ml taaton 22655 or 1)119 Tommy John Pulln. Naples 2.1131.In."w Real' E. and Gulf Good terms Collier Royal Harbor walarfronl lot knows little about the actual 01>-

Bun..Smlh Bob Martin Chr't- .Craft MI2 3757 Sales Instruments 2/7tf tate Enh.n. MI County Reel Ettete. Ml 2.19192lltlwtha See Wall and Dock, SI.400 peratlons of the tour." At
Reported
Dick Hill Broker
SPORTS FISHERMAN I bean n furnished APT. Set RETIREMENT HOMES Gacjuln said, "I followed the

ZI Ft. Ulrlcllaon. flyng, bridi. tonal Rental Write. 1211 Highland Ta tattle Cttate Lot II. BlockK Offices at the Hllhoute Co. tour weok after weok as a field

22S Gray M.ron. sleeps lhree.Complete PIANO Drive No.:. Naplet on Michigan Ave. 4 now under Pine Ridge' E.tensiisn.CARIBBEAN I/ll IIGulfthor Ml 14101 director for five consecutive The Moorings
with fithmg, chain conttruction 3 yet to be told REALTY I7SO
I bedroom furnished apartment
and many pIker' .etr.s Top 3 blocks to beach Adults only. Buy now and Choose all your No. Tral Ml 26159 2/IHf lot leeding to Bay years. I lived with players promoters
condllon. $4950 00. Call Burton Beautiful spinet 312 ills Ave So. 2/lltf Home orEltOt: 000 UP CARIBBEAN and Gulf Good term Collier and problems all that Golfers at The Moorings Golf
Bos. 2.2121. ITtol. / No Cfficlenciet, Day, Week, 01 County Real Ettet Ml 2.2559.
Piano in new con- Furnished l-bedroot""i'part MIdway 21151 Month, (IRIS MOTEL). Ml 2I6tfwths65Govt. time. and Country Club are making

matie 1911 40 motor hr .Johnson 21 hours.Electra Ml meat huge living room, kitchen .22302 .or Ml 21155 "An idiot could learn about it the hole.liM>ne shot appear easy

2_I37S after 7 p m. 2/13.1'.11 dition. Greatly reduced and bath TV outlet Ph. MII.h Lake Front Beauty I bedroom For Sale Wooded Lot near in that time" he aald. W. Tlngley Dickerson of Merchaiitavllle -
__ _ __
27 FT. CHRIS CRAFT Twin en 2 bath with screened Shadowiawn, School city water.available Real (stat. "The fact that palmer won N. J., fired one yesterday
glnet, depth f,nder. Like new in price SABAL SMOKES ACTS. porch. 2 yeari old. Double eat Easy Term.. Call'Midway -
440000. port built In electric range. re 26192 $128,000 on the professional tour and that makes three In
| Ml 2-53'00' Ml or tat yourbroker
22I7S APT FOR SALE
Z/lotf i terms be YEAR ROUND LIVING. trig washing, machine: living last certainly does not entitle the last week scored on the
can ar : Modern One bedroom ana .,. room hat studio ceiling fire Co Op Apt overlooking Gulf or year
ficiency Aptt. furnithed TV piece: CBS on lerae I 11I I lake Bay, I or 2 kedreom h1a 5utbsreauoiukIe him to some special insight course
ranged. Write to I front lot In Pine Ridge.e thIsfor DREAM lurn..d 0' aCfurnishod. "
Cable In Monthly or year WATERFRONT Shoreline ApIs ISiS Into running roll tournaments. Dickerson 64, playing In a
utt $" 000 Sound Goodf
|
Business round Ml 2 4451. Kelly Rd.
Opps. I Box 1737 N Na- and Araca Ave It Itl CARIBBEAN REALTY. OVERLOOKS Gulf StIore II"d I.eon Iron Regarding palmer's suggestion threesome, executed the perfect
.
I bedroom lurmthrd apartment 17SO No. Trail Midway 2 'IS' DOCTOR I'ASS Mant en Hontet to cut the tournaments to shot on hole 15 which plays about

Service Station for tale at inventory ples. 3 blocks to beach Adults only ltl 2 b,. cottage on HaldermanCreek \One: of THE!: MOORINGS Im.ott IMH) DOWN buy near.new I 30, Gaquln replied, ". .thirty 175 yards. He used a 3.1ron.

price Good location on 302-. 7jh Ave to-- -2/I' with car port and utill waterfront lott Perlect site BR home on canal, A reel buy tournaments are plenty for Pal. Jim Council of Somerset Ky.
Trail and 7th Ave )0, ... :;: 10 00' ._....** ,
r room Im et III
/ll.I2.13.14.16. 23-Mlse. For Sat.Kesmore I bedroom furnished APT Sea with boat dock Furnithed !'..* 'DYCiiESREALTOl? : { 21 0 :: ft. Business-Las, on'Davit mer. He could make kls money started the parade of aces last

FOR LEASE PROFITABLE tonel rental Call Ml 2-4264tfa 1 bedroom A. Condo haute on *,. : SOUTH Blvd 12.00.10vI'N In those, but how about the Sunday .coring one on' hole number .
ST.
10th St No near Kwlk Chek Slid 3rd Trail Frontaie near "10'
WELL LOCATED HIGH GAL 4.
Aulo. Washer A $77 V. A. Ml 22452"LAKEFRONT struggling golf pro-Is It enough on Friday, Mrs. Clyde
LONAGE STATION. MODERATE Matching Drl'". both Efficiencies. Day Week or per mo Mortgage .4.-i, :: IllOOdSeverel
INVESTMENT REQUIR.ED. 5150.00avid Month ('IRIS MOTEL). Ml Dick Hill, Broker teawalled loll on N*. for him? When I legislate for Jennings, of Mlddlebjry Conn.,
ONLY RESPONSIBLE Bradley I Geared 22302 or Ml' 25153.49Houses Offlcet at the Hllhoute Co LOT"IIS plot Bay Make an offer. scored another on the same hole
tournament I
the
Chein Saw. LIke PGA players
new SO 00 MI '.430]
QUALIFIED APPLICANTS COLEMAN BOYD Broker
frontage an Palm CircleIn The 83
McCullough Chain Saw 55.00 do as much for as many and do par executive courseat
CONSIDERED .
REPLY BOX LOTS OF TREES PLUS HOOM Beautiful RIDGE LAKES 10 Tenlh SI No. Mil II}]
1737, R. 21S.1L23.2S7DogsCatsPets Rhaamt 40 Gal Gas For Rent TO BUILD ANOTHER HOUSE Reduced to II 000. I/IITH BWATERFRONT- -- -- ._ -.. not take in consideration the The Moorings has a numberof

I HW Heater 40 00 OR SMALL APT BLDG Haute J. W. DYCI1ES. REALTOR wishes of just a few fellows." comparatively short par.! holes

THE HILHOUSE CO. Three room cottage In EatkNaplet hat rooms two. two bedroomt kitchens two, living beth 1144 3rd IT. SOUTH DREAM Gaquln who divides his time but the golfers scoring the

Radio Rd. MI 14303 Call Ml 2(001. loom.dining room with reverse Ml I 2242 OVERLOOKS between tournament sites and aces apparently shun the easy

2/Utftth 216."1920. cycle air conditioning Twoblockt Industrial Lola em Radio Road marks and go for the long
: at Dunedin ones
Unweval haired Chihnehue --- ------ ----- DOCTOR PASSOne PGA headquarters
long from Catholic School W Mi E of Airport toned C.3 ,
male. Sell to hilliest bidder Inquire Quett house furnithed living one block from City Hall nine of THE MOORINGS fin. aid the idea of a golf cur for the perfect shot. None have

Rudloff Pine Ridge 2/ISIS.1I,20.21 Aptt. May I ,room bedroom kitchen and dinette palm Priced tr.$13500... ten include tall pine everything trees,, Trail 100 a Acre 31$ $2 Lots.SOO with SO I terms ISO' etl waterfront lolt Perfect till wouldn't set well with palmer been scored on the easier holes.
26 Personal In ,..n.d for Florida home
closed porch
II your
$471 525 00 dn b.l.) $10 per "'0.
Total Soles county and Arnle would love
actar
I Located at Stoner Street off J W DYCIIES REALTOII "Why. The Columbus
Ohio
Country
C. Broker
city only 17 dollar Call J. Dick Hill -
Kelly I Rd Ml 2 4211 or Ml until the fellow told him to
Instruction e SchoolsRapid ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 2.3651S per mo Himet Midway. t 2270. or MI Office at the Ihoute Co. 1144 Id" SOUTH just Club will be the nccne of the

problems Man Woman Call -MI with 22770 drinking Maat 2/11 12.II.14 II _. 2 M'4 _ _ MI 24101 do something he didn't desire to 64th PGA golf .hompio ship on
*/I3tfstn59Acreage WE CAN SELL YOU A do and then he'd turn on him."
Reading Coucte begin i rigs Tuesdays and Friday I 31 July 16.19.tween .
Feb 10th qualified Instructor. :P m Ctttege FinS Btptl I 3 bedroom home In Brookttde1M 4 BR 2 BATH CBS HOME LOVELY HOME TO GO ON
enrollment limited Student Church29Profeisional. bathe. screened carport With, II X 10 ft. Florida Room. YOUR LOT" -
call MI 21347 after S PM good condition, //0.: uity largebedro screened patio. macIcr
Adultt sail 2.5669. Call Midway 2-2415. ,/ ItS ,, and bath. air conditioned lOOKING FOR A NICE: WATERFRONT .
Service ; utility room 2 car carport LOn Then make NCAA Pro I
1 bath Opposes
3 Bdrm unfurnithed Firmly
city tewarage well end vn appointment to tee this large
12-lfelp: Wanted 112 500 low down payment to pump for tprlnkling Q E. stove ta acre Tracts. It down $5 pe 'lot In Vandarbilt Beech Estates
649 lOIN St No. Call "month no interest $350 Two
right party
end Priced at $5500 00 with
Incomecontultant Tee Returne p..p.redby and refrig All rugt drapettome terms
Carl Anderson Ml 25011 miles from Golden Gate Cty, I lots 10'itlS'
M. W..lon. former t.. furniture. TV. cable get each
BUSY FULLER BRUSHMAN for Little River Tan 2/lltf heat ONLY $11.SOO. Located II Collier Euh. County South Reel Ettete Located In fuel rowing ere*
NEEDS PART.TIME HELP. Service, of Miami, Call Midway 3 Bdrm. I bath unfurnished 1151 7th Ave. No Cell Bill of Courthoute2Mfwt TRAIL' TERRACE: DRIVE Telecasts Friday NightsKANSAS I
MUST HAVE CAR AND BE 2-2270 for appointment Slaw 649 lOIN St No. 190 per month. Tucker. MIdway 2 50M __If_ II 000 each with term..
BONDAOLF WRITE NICK art Real Estate Office, 421 9th Cell Carl Anderson MI 25011 Two outre large lots on I0th IMAGINE A BEAUTIFUL
BRUCKNER P.O. BOX 1754 St. No., afternoons or avaningt HOMES BY STONE Avenue. Lake Forrett Block HOME on Ihit lovely let on
2/lltl Aqualine Shores Furnished 2 CRAYTON COVE: Inspect our C. Lol Not >I> and 4. Fteeton the corner of PARK WAY end CITY (AP) A Sept. 23 and Oct. 23. The

PUBLIC STENOOFApHCRNotary A bdrm.. 2 betht TV cable Seaton can .241 bedroom hornet on 11th able Write: Mra Frank Span HARBOR ROAD Near strong stand against plans to NFL maintains any such announcement
SSS WEEKLY AND MORE Ruth Anderton Real teal heating boat tlip Ave '0. between 6th a Ithconttruction car, 192!S W. Pryor, Rock Creek City water televise five National football
For reliable men ... women lo Estate Office oppotit. courthouse Ml 22712 2/111 '1.. .Ih" completed 0' under Illinoia ChcilajI', available, Thee deeireble. would have to be
..,.,Ie. customers In Naples on E Trail Ml 2.2IS4 or QUESTHOUSE3 BLOCKS priced from $14 Home tile can be ours for League games next fall on Friday premature because the leagve
No Invetttent SOO to $17.iOO with good termt Pr trailer 0' homesite, over 17000 if /oi buy if before FEBRUARY
Full or pert time Ml I 2 3867 2/lltft FROM BEACH Seatonal rant nights will be taken today hasn't made its
Write C. R Ruble Dept .,. 1200 per month J. W DY. COCONUT GROVE: 3 bedroom I acre tractt 2H acre S acre llth ALL CASHI' up schedule.
".,. P 0. Ben 2447. MemphiaTenneeaee CHES: REALTOR 1144 3rd St. hornet at $150 down12 per tracts with electricity and Remember. to rent. buy or by Walt Dyers, executive dlrec. The five games Involved are
1/II.n SpUTHt jmi I 22452 2/lllft month incl local a mt reada Other big acreege trectt .II" contact tor of the National Collegiate I unidentified but they were held
I 33-Sorvicet Offered WILLIAM B. STONE 'INC $20 dn $20 per mo and up. Lucille OtIs Leah Brown ,
Two bedroom I bath Home. Builder Collier. County Real Ettate Ml Athletic Association. out of the package contract

13-Help Want. Female I with Florida. furnithed room carport within 60 Tenth St NO. Ml 21/31 2 1919 2/lltfwtht Virgil I M Marcum OlhiPi lob N Jaeger A statement by Dyers Is ex. signed with Columbia Broad.

RUBBER STAMPS that walking Completely distance to Beach a 2/IITHAS SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN Ml 7a15'iDEWEY > pected to commit the colleges to casting System earlier this year

Experienced c......,. Apply in make a good impreinon. Shopping. Available for Seaton 1 Bedroom. J'-V bmh. large ACREAGE POLLY a strong fight going to the calling for $28.2 million over the
.,.- el Baroni Retlaurant I Any size Quick M me', or Yearly Contact Leah Brownat living room and tcreened in court if
I/I2H DEWEY POLLY Realty. porch overlooking lake Nice NOW I acre trattt located necessary. The colleges next two years.Musial .
Collier County NEWS. Itt Ave. N a Tamiaml Trail', kitchen and dining aree Carport |lost one mite from US II. REALTY believe this time belongs to the
: : Drive on If 111.5 property w,tn
24355.Attractive On sewer Walking dt
Midway
SALES HELP WANTED FULL high schools and colleges and
fence to shopping I center and your on car and empare Iaiamtl ,
TIME 40 HR S DAY WEEK 38-Autot For Sal 2 bdrm. cottage S400 beach Good I....... price only any other' O"iy' IIS WATERFRONT LOT ..,th tc any infringement violates the To Head
ALL COMPANY BENEFITS per me Annete C Winn Realtor $19 100. down Full ""ct. $>lfc For cell la Bay A earner Ill aII
APPLY AT OFFICE. W. T 121 Ith St. So. further informal, cantaclO : with city weter availableshortly federal antitrust law passed in

GRANT CO NAPLES SHOP. 19SI Volktwagen good condlt See Vi.n' 0,.. ftealto, T Jones Enterpf "t '''c. Pine Ireet. food tough Wl.
PING CENTER. on MI 2.3012 hull SELL or RENT 3 bedroom I I" 111'1 011'1' So Ml 00719, Midway. I 5110 P 0 I.. 971Napiat bert. close 10 lawn U.000 with LBJ's
St. No Carl The NCAA doesn't televlte Physical
2/11 14 16.II 19Pemaet bath 649 lOIN Plo.lIi.aAcres |?00 down end lt monthlyRUTH
.* Help \nTMed:'J hourt |I JEEP cuttomii.d like newTS.. Anderson et Midway 2 ti.L_ ANDERSON, BreterOppotile college games on Friday nightsto

_ally *r I "..... weekly, : mutt I at Naples Awning and GI.... 2 bdrm unfurnithed house 945Ith House cent ttt of two bedrooms 660 ft on road Slate Sronluelrsecl.un H.gl'ayzOOS eourthoute on E Trail protect the nation' high
eVe able .. cook and clean' Call 2/11 14 bath Dining Ml HIM Ml 1317 Fitness
i Ave So. Ml 2 ''" ""If Living room 21, Township kitchen of cabinet 2/1'.11. who play almost all
LJjtLJiLttiWatrse .. room <( ISS ttation wagon forwhat furnithod houte for Family (air cond. -
) room
swap 2 Bedroom their then.Supporting
wanted Days only ood termt Cost Buy CARIB Small motel' aplt neer beech games ST. LOUIS -Stan
have yow Ml 2-1314 rent Season or yearly Downtown Florida room storage closet (AP> Musial
Apply in person only GolfingBuccaneer 1/14 Ml { 4561 ItCH PEALTY. 3750 No Tarn Hat everything Cacellenl in. the NCAA in its
location or with wither a else water heetor -
between 12.1: 30 only I _____________ tin 'am Trail Midway' 2II9Jc come leraer whose emphasis on physical flU
Ml 24M5 carport with storage clcdataid 3W"7S1ulldln.: : itand la the National Federation .',
ZI Utf G W WARRANTY USED CARSU6 Terrace Mouse it of bedroom Hou. Iurnssed in motel t/Ufine ness got him through one of
1 written, New house center of Kh St. of High Schools, with more
year warranty CBS Terratfofloort.
construction for CARIB baseball's
: c iv $1/9 teeton greatest and
Chevrolet Impale Sport Itt Ave So. Close. to town electric well heatertElectric SCAN REALTY, 37SO No Trail: shoe DOWN bail neer.new f than 12,000 members.
14-H. tp Wanted Male :d's": Coed Heat and beach Ml 2 !>792IIIII92122 range one rafne in Midway 2 1155 BR home on ftnal A reel buy The Aitxrican Broadcasting most durable careers, has take
a PB Clean eluded The Lot te 71 X IM el $ en the job of passing on his example .
ISM.00I9 26; Acre Camp S le $299 CASH- J IJ'IW' Lot insists the five
HOUSE >I> BLOCKS complete with tprlnkler tyt > a l Butmett on :o. games are
PORTER WANTED. FULL l Chevrolet 2 Ton cab a GUEST BEACH Seasonal rental t.m. traec and .",ub.. Mud '', acre I m la from Golden Davis BlvoII.MOM not covered the 19C1 a/it- to American youth.
TIME 40 HR I DAY WEEK Cheat 2 tod aila. l5 e' FROM J. W. DY be teen to be apreciated Gate, I mile north of p'epoted ft. Trail Frontage near 4lh. by The retired St. Louis Cardinalstar
month
20 t .... etc ISIS 1200 per Ft Lauderdale CASH trust law because the
ALL COMPANY BENEFITSAPPLY 00 1144 3rd St Location few blockt from reed INtO Ana No I IS.000 games
AT OFFICE W. T 19(2 Chevy 2 4 door sedan. low CHES REALTOR Ml 22452 2/lltft beech at 450 3rd Ave No absolutely, the f,net! .nve,tmeMPeculation Severe! tettlle. lots en Ma ire being negotiated with the in. was named by President
GRANT CO NAPLES SHOP mileage tpl tick. 4Cyl SOUTH under $19000 Phone Ml 14114Two in Coll., County pl.t ,Bay Make an offer, Johnson Friday to head the
PING CENTER. \W 00 "BRAND NEW today 0 H LUFF R E Brekar COLEMAN: BOYD Broker Uvldual clubs and not the President's physical fitness
2/U.14.16.II. 19 I9J9 PontiaC St Wagon P Sand 41)) InN ft NO Midwayccett M Tenth at No Ml 161)1 league. pro
P II. Clean 119500 WATERFRONT HOME 3 blocks bedroom House with carport 217 gram. The President picked his
Full time ,maintenance man from beach 2 Bedroomt and 2 pat.o Hat baIt, in t/UTH t
range Moore
Thomas W. president
1160 Ford St. Wag VI .
,
very n"$775 ... ,n. -'.- visit to St. Louis for the
o.r.
wanted Year around work Crty clean car IMS.00 Batht Seasonal Rental 12400 dishwasher tpotal. "hO Nice J Ap.nm.nl Unit 3 blockt city's
benefit' Recreation Dept Ml 1960 Chevrolet 4 Or lIte.yn., or will rent for minimum of Good Terms to r.ghl people In' I le :: waler 10 Gulf' I ICI'.u"d to Gulf Goo income lea ill Of ABC put it this ways 200th anniversary celebration to
|.3650. 2/12tf ( cyl power ttoering etc 1 month during eeaton Wonderful opportun CARiBBEAN 'I 1 O* n !eec betut'ful )II Mh Ave |0 /illfe "This Is completely lecal.The that
SIl: Are Terms.rANiSBfA'l announce Musial will
per replace
REALTY 1750 No Tra I IMidway
J W. DYCHES REALTOR
.
Clean I09J 00 WCAI TV 1750 telerasts would accelerate Inter.

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY IWO Olds a PB Sedan Radio Dynamic lotS 00 SIPS 1144 3rd ST. SOUTH 3 SIll 2111" ,, Irs '/ '-v.. .' (,IU BARGAIN eat In all kinds of football and Oklahoma Bud football Wilkinson coach former who

I 19M Chevrolet LWI.T pickup a Waterfront LOft at Oulf Her not harm the colleges or the ,
New paint ready to go bor lead t 10 the Gulf resigned.
schools.
.91 00 AT YOUR SERVICEA "There are a few men who
I960 Corvair SOO sedan std II 000 Each all c.." College and nigh school lead. have served
M American
thift very clean IS} 00
191 Ford convertible V,. runagood pnone MlQ-wey I 3154, era contend the telecasts would heroes with such dignity the
,
I M lloweJfELOll \ Ins Mercury hardtop Ml cpeMercomatic. 00., comprehensive, up-to-date home & business directory of skilled specialists TRY hurt attendance.of the high About schools 85 percent and President said. "I am proud to

AllClIIOVIIIIJ\ Push Button have Stan The Man."
list MS.00 some colleges play on Friday
"I do
A only hope I can a CII)"
loss Chevrolet I Ton dual Services Offered Services Offered Services Offered nights.An "
wheel with utility bed We job, said Musial.Musial .
t.1 emergency telephone con. 43 primarily will bea
=': leciuOy.di,45s4:. .sqelpe.nL los Dodge Sedan Fair cond RUBBER STAMPS that COWERCCsUUTY ference of the NCAA television ,
'Adea Prd.Fec5 I I9I9S7 Rip-Rap Seawallsand consultant. He will meet with
aeckMe. Free* '......... Plymouth ltd.". Ri make a good impreiiion. RENTALSRollawiy committee was held late Fridayto the President' Council on

Cafovrtea'aeeiifTtt good lOt Any siic. Quick terries. & Baby BeOt Rock Groins determine the next mov.. Physical Fitness which In-
HM Dodge T. Pickup copy ,
body. good tire" 2M Collier County NEWS. Screened Cribt HI.CII.lra Creosote leaoall ,
Hilhowse Co. 1957 Ford convertible VI. p er* and groin NFL In signing a network con.
Stroller. Port Crib plan program with a four-man
SP Trent 139 T.I.'...... answering. tervica tract could not televise on Fri
PuMie Sterege I Mi t: tf/ttht alto' email office with sign' and other need for unei pectedSuatt MARATHONDREDGING NEWS staff.
of Airport e* ftad.* Nd.Ill loss Ford Cony Foul Sh space and receptionist service. day nights and Saturdays, but It He will be In contact with vart.
I-4N3 ITS Call 24)11 CO. said nothing about Individual
I9M Ford St. Wagon (Rougi.. OWl government officials new,
JM04 ViC.a SHOE: REPAIR; Com Delivery 4 p>(k up tervlce Dredge, Drscllne WANT "LeKky you got lasn'saceU club contracts.The papers, rad\oeTV.\ and other Industry .

I INGRAM CHEVROLET INC. piete Shoe Service Dyeing 014refinitfiini and Dollar Work The ;jNEWS BIBS Adeeomtoo ABC has signed an '
IN Ninth St. N.. MI' 110 KS Mh Ave. 10. THE HILHOUSC co. agree officials and he will
H.", ... '1., I H.,.... Redo Hoed Ml t 4111 Airport Road HI 2-432) 'Is driving year ment with Ford Motor Co. for speak to school groups, educators .

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School Menus '

: The menuatShadowUwnSchool COUPONS
.. for the coming week:
a MONDAY. Barbecued beef on
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CI ricots.a TUESDAY. -Oven fried chick. PUBlliMARKETS IOO lrr laAO IOO a aJ:4

a en, turnips,mashed potatoes,bis- Green
: cults w.Jelly, chiffon pie. ( ) : Stamps
e: WEDNESDAY Ham w..cal. I .Ilk. Alt" COVMO.><(urduM oil '

lopped potatoes,green peas,pick. CEPACOL MOUTHWASH

led beets, jello_w.plneapple. 14-os. bot. 97encinM
THURSDAY Mr. Tudor'smenu wwi r*>>. 10, IOM
h, : Steak, tossed salad w. \ # So 'O -:
avocado, acre peas, cracklln 0 O 000
e bread, apple pie. e lA
IFRIDAY .. Salmon loaf, cole r
slaw, green beans, peanut butter : / r 5uVU
cookies. FREES

ItS --- .. I r e l. !* I J"1 Green Stamps

S The menu at Naples Senior I vhh. Isle' -....l,ell
High School this coming week: Pal Stainless' Steel Injector Blades
MONDAY Pork over rice,
claw, hot rolls but. 7'. pkg. 98c
,applesauce
I ter, milk. WHERE SHOPPING\ ; "J i r ILIA;, ..11I... Wed. Fib. Is.I IM .
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cranberries, mixed fruit, butter, ,

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Ing : Beef Tongue TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
MONDAY .. Meat loaf with SNOWY DRY BLEACH
t'.' Spanish sauce, mashed potatoes, HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!' 16-oz. pkg. 49c
green peas, peanut butter bars, rI' ...ir.s Wad. r.b. is. INS let
bread, butter, and milk.
TUESDAY; Beef with noodles, lb.49c OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQO50mlp
green salad,buttered carrots,co. BONELESSROUND
conut pudding, bread, butter and

milk.WEDNESDAY lfEA O&0
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Swift's' Premium
chicken, yams, slaw, strawberry Tasty
shortcake, bread, butter and STEAK Jftl( Green Stamps
milk. I Ilk" Isl."! CMMII e.d.wd.u..hSNOW'S '
THURSDAY .. Hamburgers, Sausage CLAM CHOWDER
spinach, carrot strips, potato 3 toll cons 87c
chips, Ice cream donuts, and txvirm W.d.. r.... 1*, 11N5O1

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cauliflower with cheese sauce,
green beans, cookies. WEo115OS

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MONDAY Hot baked
dog
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beans, spinach, celery strips,
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TUESDAY .. Hamburgers, 8' ooooooooooooooooo
sweet potatoes,buttered carrots, ,lb. 59. !'

onion slices, peach crisp, milk. .
WEDNESDAY. Chill with ...
crackers, cabbage and raisin sal.
ad, green beans,hot rolls and but. ,
ter, rookies and milk. 5 k 6v V k k.t I
THURSDAY .. Suggested by
Coach Marshall: Scalloped pot.
atoes with ham, tossed salad,
cottage cheese, cornbread and POST KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA BRAND CROSSE & BLACKWELL
butter, fruit Jello with whipped
cream, milk.FRIDAY .
.. Macaroni and
cheese, peanut butter sandwich, CREAMCHEESE DATENUTROLL
carrot strips, tomato wedge, Ice TOASTIES
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) County AgendaThe mince) on Lot Clearing & MowIng -

_' 12 Noon- Recess for lunch..
agenda for Tuesday's ..
1:30 of
p.m. Report corn-
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of
w meeting County Commissionwi'l
mlttee recommendations
By VICTORINE MURPHY be as to lows: on stray
1 TM, animal program.
Eheepshead turned up In large ed in with 38 sheepshead, seven )E 1L 61l1 9 a.lII., .. Reading of the board 2 p.m. .. General business &
quantities in Naples Bay and reds, five drums,17 snappers and correspondence
ki mlni'tei.'
the waters of the Ten Thousand one Jewflsh. On another day's out. .. Final Approve and pay bills.
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in
of
Islands the past week to revive Ing with Keith, G.W. Abbott and a.m. Report county
memories of past spawning Art Funk of Elgin, 111., took 30 englr ecr. POINTED WORDS
and of reds iE1u 10 a.m. .. Report of
seasons when the great runs of sheepshead a quantity .w county
the stripers are still remember. and snappers. health atM! welfare. rllOE-:;I X. An t. (AP) A

ed by anglers who never losea Captain Blllie Weeks aboardthe 10:30: a.m. .. John Emerson 1'II.'tnchu"h has lone to war
chance to boast "of the good "Linda" guided a party of U A f judge Small Claims Court with a nearby! liquor store.
Nashville Tenn. to .. The church wants a 'large neon
old days WHEN. three from 10:45 a.m. General business
where the anglers quick.ly Rign' laying "liquors" removed,
Anglers who have been try. a spot and correspondence Selection *
Ing their luck in Naples Bay caught two snook (released), of Committeeon ( The reason: "It points at the
Advisory church Nil Mm rather than the
for practically anything that 16 reds and a large number of *
Parks &Recreation and Com 1 busmen."
swims report at Boat Haven docks sheepshead.
that the large volume of sheeps. Night fishing far snook on the Humane Society Shelter, 1964 .
head have at long'last broken Marco Island bridge is still O
. the "fin" drought In local waters luring anglers and causing plentyof 4h
and some excellent fishing Is thrills for experienced fans, Humane Movement Not New
anticipated in the next few weeks. according to Whltfleld. A 20. ,
Recent high winds which have pounder was taken at midnight
hampered grouper fishermen In once last week and while Whit.
the Gulf have now abated and If field says it was by far and a.
Dates Back To 17th
,: skies and waters continue to way the biggest. some good size CenturyThe

co.operate, some good grouper ed catches are taken nightly.
action Is due soon again beyondthe The fifth annual tisUngtourna. annual February member. ty, the local organization has A.s.P.C.A. received Its state
ten.mlle limit. ment sponsored by the Drop Anchor ship and building fund drive of the found that interest in animal wide charter, the legislaturepassed
Camp which started on Humane Society of Naples, Inc., welfare in this country goes af antUcruelty legislationwhich
BIG SNOOK Christmas Day Is In Its final approaching its third week, has far back as the 17th century although not as comprehensive h
Large snook are still being stages All entries must be In thus far received a total of over As early as 1640 the Massa. as Bergh; wished, wasa R. h JZMi)514
taken In the canal that runs by February 26. $5,300and from 273 members to. chusetts Body of Liberties const step In the right direction.The ) q '
along State Road 92 from Royal Leading contenders to date are ward their .1964 goal of $15,000and dered cruelty to animals and in road to success traveledby ....
Palm Hammock to the Marco as follows Snook division, Bill 1,000 members. Many more 1641, the Massachusetts Day Col. the new society was far from
Island drawbridge Tom Ennls Lltterest, Somerset Ky, .1 1$ membership enrollments, re. ony enacted, under the title "LI. smooth but by adherence to Its
of Drop Anchor at Goodland re pounds, 10 ounces; sheepshead, newals. and building fund con. bertles of the Brute Creature," principles, and through Bergh's
ports. But It remained for James Jim Mccleary, Rosscommou, tributions are needed In order to the following: great influence in bringing about
Furlong of Miami to really hit Mich., six pounds, five ounces; continue and expand their ne. "91. No man shall exerciseany reforms and causing ordinancesto rot
the Jackpot with a 24t pounder. trout, Jack Roush, four pounds, cessary humane workdurlng the Tirranny or Crueltle toward be passed prohibiting many ol hr'"'' d t
Furlong Is a professional guide 10 ounces; redfish, Edward cessary humane work during any brute Creatures which are us. the evil" . boat captain out of Miami but Reese, Dayton, Ohio, 11 pounds, the coming year, but the group uallle kept for man's use. gradually gained public support.COMMON ,
when he wants to go snook fish. 12 ounces, and tarpon,Chub Reid, feels very optimistic as many of "92. If any man shall have
Ing for his own pleasure he Indian River, Mich., 10 pounds, these memberships are new, and occasion to leade or drive Cattel GOALIn
chooses canals In Collier County. four ounces.A many more renewals from the 565 from place to place that is far America, today there are
His big linesides was caughton special! award of a Garcia Rod present members are still ex. off so that they be weary or over 600 organizations dedicatedto
a fly rod and he was will to the angler who has child and animal
using go pected. hungry or fall sick or lamb, the work of .,..
his own type of fly which he released the most fish since the Although the humane movement it shall be lawful to rest or re protection. No matter whattheir II: '
ties himself. Another lucky snook start of the tourney. is relatively! new in Collier, Coun. fresh them for a competent time name may be, all of these or. '"
angler the past week was Bill in any open place that is not ganUatlons have a common goal. .
Litterest of Somerset, Ky., who Junior Editors Quiz onTHE Corne, meadow or enclosed for kindness to children and animals.In .
boated a 15.pound, 10 ouncer off some peculiar use." practically every case, within
the outlying Islands In GulU van r COMPASSQUESTION I the history of each society Is the
Bay. The same day another LONG WAIT heroic story of dedication and Naples doer pound, vintage! 1902srmnel )() I

large snook, a 13 pounder also Over two centuries were to the pioneering spirit of at least 'o on the work.
carry
caught In the same area, was elapse however, before actual one person whose influence and Those Interested In (C' ..
Joining or
, weighed In at the Drop Anchor POLARDACK NOR POLE organized efforts were begun to hard work has gone into the soc. contributing to the !Humane Society '

docks ICE protect animals from cruelty and icty's success.A of Naples, Inc. may contactthe YOU WILL ENJOY OUR
for trout continues
Fishing + suffering.The few of the first and largest
shelter at 2.0483 for
af6dr Midway
, good In some areas of the Ten y name of Henry Bergh Is al. humane societies to be subse. brochures and membership
Thousand Islands and on one ways thought to be synony. quently organized were: The forms make checks CHAMPIONSHIP COURS
or may pay.
day last week when 20.mile an mous with the birth of America's Pennsylvania SPCA.1866: The able to the Society, P.O. Box
hour winds whipped up watersso humane movement and it Is true Massachusetts S.P.C.A., 1868; 451, Naples. e Greens; Fee $3.50
that few anglers dared go out, that the organization which he San Francisco E.P.C.A., 1868; Memberships available at this .
a lone fisherman took 65 pounds founded, the American Society for Humane Society of Missouri, time are for the calendar year Electric Golf Carts $5.00
of trout while fishing the back 7kS LE4D51bNE df.tVS the Prevention of Cruelty to 1870; Washington D.C. Humane 1964, with the exception of life
bay Islands. NORTH Animals, was the first society Society, 1870;; Rhode Island S.P. membership, and Include the fol. New Enlarged Pro-Shop
Snappers and reds continueto of Its kind C.A. 1871 Maine State S.P.
in the new world.It ; lowing categories Junior.$1.00
bite well off Marco Island genial! ''S I KAY! VARIATION received a state.wide char C.A., 1872; H.S. of Rochester, Annual 3.00) Sustaining $23; Enjoyable: Lunches

according to Bob Whitaker, t OF TtV= ter (New York) on April 10, N.Y., 1873; Oakland, Calif. S.F $90; and Life f 100 or more.
host at the Marco Island Inn. 1866. C.A. 1874 and the Wisconsin( -
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Cold anodized mem.
}
.MSy reds have been taken.re. toMDASS, Humana 1879. aluminum : PALM RIVER COUNTRY CLUB
Bergh'a Interest In animal protection $oclety, orlals/ at $1,000 each All contributions ,
< cently In the 13 to H pound 4 r t Bergh
:. first began while In Since the days of Henry are tax deductible ",
,Class, Whitaker declared. Russia, when he witnessed acts the work which he pioneered has On Immokalee Road Phone
Tarpon? Well, it's a bit too 1 le.TAU[ of in and fold. Societies in
NONrttI cruelty St. Petersburg grown many
A January thaw In New EnglandIs of 2-4517
1 Mil East 41 Highway Midway .
early for the silver kings to be It became stimulated though his every state in the Union have .
hitting, he says. "But, when the acquaintance with the Earl of sprung \top and prospered. Inmost mentioned In literature as 't ,1 ::3SSRftSSSg ftyyft3Kfo; r

weather gets a bit warmer, we'll / Harrowby and John Colam, at cases, operating funds have early as 1798. ____.
be getting them." I MrAdh ETIGi that time president and secretary been obtained from city and court -- ---- -- -- --- --- -- -

i 7NE EARTH o ORrW respectively of the Royal ty government bodies, commun. '
BETTER WEATHER DUE Is A Nua E I r S.F.CA. in England. On his return ity fund drives, membership and 'T'ete aid JLowM Stone
I MAGNET to New York at the end of building fund drives, and dona :
Waters at Naples pier remain I the Civil War, Bergh laid his tions. In practically every case,
muddy and fishing Is on the slow plans for the formation of an there has been at least one "an.
sldeHarry Varner,reports.How. American society based on the gel" who was greatly respon
ever, the water temperature went : If you took a compass to the North Pole English organization. sible for the expansion of facl.titles. of STONE CRAFT industriesINVITE
two degrees an hour Friday .
up
to delivera
His tint step was
which would the needle point?
and Varner believes it way
morning
lecture in which he pointedout According to William Alan YOU TO THEIR
presages a spell of warmer wea. the cruelties Inflicted on Swallow,, author of the book,
t ther and better fishing. Drums ANSWER: It would point as the black arrow points In (A); animals and called for help In "Quality of Mercy," It is also OPEN HOUSE
have been taken frequently at the toward the North Magnetic Pole. Although compass needles organizing a society. His true that some societies have
Pier, he said, but fishing for (that is. the north end of them) point In the general directionof appeal resulted in widespread alien( by the wayside, and that
other species has fallen sharply north they rarely point to the true or geographic north publicity and many offers of as. still others are struggling along
off. that point which Is the northernmost end of the axis line which slstance. Nine days after the without sufficient funds or per. Sunday, Feb. 16 from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M.ON .
A combination of three guide goes through the center of the earth. The reason Is that the .
boats out of Ship Ahoy at Good. metal compass needle has been charged with the mysteriousforce
land with nine passengers aboard, called magnetism which makes one end always point NO FINER Pine Ridge on Caribbean Road Across the lake

caused a flurry of angling excite toward the Magnetic North Pole This Is the center of the Pine Lanes Bowling Alley. North on the Trail -
ment last week, according to Hal earth's magnetism In the northern hemisphere and It Is located
Turn right at Furniture Fair Left at Caribbean Road
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Whltfleld. 1054 miles from the true North Pole, at the spot marked by
Skippers and boats taking partIn the black cross, among the Islands of northern Canada. Its location hometite In the central Naples area than the First House on left.

the little flotilla Included Bob can be seen more clearly in (B)where the compass arrows
Davis with his "Sunflsh," Bob In different locations point toward It Compasses below 150 by 100 feet of lovely lot on northeast comer
Kerr on the "Little Janie," and the equator point south toward the South Magnetic Pole, locatedin This It your opportunity to tee the
John Stephens aboard the "Gold. the Antarctic continent of First Street, South, and Third Avenue Just a

en Rule." When. In ancient days It was found that bits of the mineral NEWEST PATTERNSin
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Martin magnetite would point north when suspended from a string It block from the beach $9,500; terms
of Naples and Hartford, Conn., was used to lead travellers over land and sea and so called beautiful Cement Tile floors Installed In the Home, and other

hosted the fishing expedition and "leadstone or "lodestone." Later It was found that pieces of lovely stone product including decorative w.lland stepping stones
among guests were Miss Helen metal could be magnetized and so the modern compass came AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS
Martin from London, England, into being.
and Ray Steele from Arkansas. t .

The day's fishing produced seven FOR YOU TO DO: See if you can understand the compass FR E E BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR
different species reds, lady. diagram at lower right. Each place will have a different variation J DOOR PRIZES.I TOBK: OIVIN
fish, snook, snappers, trout, according to location.Sailors, when reading their compasses 605 Fifth Avenue, South AWAy suN |/uMtft
and and talk with (yea Halley of 'Radio W.NOii DNAWIMO AT
sheepshead Jacks.Capt. will allow for the variation.By .
Hank Keith,another guide applying this to the compass reading, they will know In MI 2.2124 Lire broadcast from 2 to I p.m, I ....
out of Ship Ahoy, with Elmer wl-.' dirwtlnn true north lies
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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 16, 1964 Recreation Happiness Key, I
cup flour > Subject Of Talk ;
chosen, teaspoons salt < -_ -,. &
Tips OfferedOn could teaspoon pepper rmjjjrf CalendarMONDAY By Roy J. Linnig d f'
pounded tablespoons lard or
PreparationOf or the drippings I
to help teaspoon thyme 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens .. Id
Swiss SteakWith tissue medium onion, sliced meeting Woman's Club. r d
the coming of cooler The beef cup sliced celery 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
weather and your desire to prepare slowly can (16 ounces) tomatoes sf4ii tournament-Shuffleboaid Courts. I
braised meat dishes once covered thick't steak Into 4 to 6 pieces 4:00 p.m. Beginner tennis
again, swiss steak naturally This flour, wit and pepper. .Gambler Park
comes Into focus This is one of dividual seasoned flour Into steak
the most well known ways of usual In lard or drippings. Pour TUESDAY' Y'iN
serving leu-tender beef steak well as drippings. Add thyme onion, t. 9:30 a.m. Senior Citizens
Reba Staggs meat cookery variety. and tomatoes. Cover k si chorus practice Woman's Club. !
authority offers a few pointersas and cook slowly 1% to 2 r> aata 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
a review on the preparationof or until meat Is tender 4 tti bowling Brookside Bowl.
excellent Swiss steak. Usually 1 beef 6 servings 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens \
economical beef round steak Is Inch tournament-Shuffleboard Courts.
4:00 p.m. Advanced tennis
class Gambler Park.
7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class.

FOR SALE This! lovely home at 625 Mooring U" Drive In Etta' Cambler Park.

Mooring 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, beautifully landscaped, with Florida Room WEDNESDAY)
ALAS, ALL THOSE who start the race of the heartache and humor which 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens. t

don't finish. In fact, sometimes they're typify the unique Naples Swamp Bug tournamentShufrieboardCourts.4:00 p.m. Bojs' basketball

lucky to get the buggy over the finish gy grind. See story. clinic and movie Recreation

line with a tow. The scene is typical Center.
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Entries Coming In Fast Who Divorces Lived Husband With 4.00: p.m.THURSDAY. Intermediate Park. ten.

nis class Gambler
Women At Once t

r For Feb. 23 Race LONDON (AP-A man who FRIDAY .
rr 1 Buggy 9:30 a.m. Adult tennis class.
slmul.
+Ksti '1r1- lived with three women Gambler Park. ROY J. LINNIG
in bungalow was
taneously one '
his 1:00: p.m. Senior Citizens Cod's requirements for hap..t
relieved of one of them -
With the running of the Feb. Indicates a good attendance again Brookslde Bowl.
will
wife-by the divorce court to. bowling. piness be explored In a one
ruary Swamp Buggy races on the this year.
hour Christian Science lecture
M Yj: MUe-O' Mud track Just a week For the convenience of reserve day.The
.t here on Saturday, ,
February 22
Donald M.
away, entry blanks are coming in ticket holders, a six foot chain man was Weather Review is the
J. Llnnlg
Goodman 37 and his many Roy speaker
rapidly, according to Mrs. Rachel link fence has been erected at the ,
This Model Reduced In Price Open Daily BlodgettsecretaryofSwamp Swamp Buggy grounds, Mrs. splendored love life was, with In. lIn. Rain under sponsorship of First
of Christ Scientist.
Church ,
described it
Buggy Days Inc., sponsor of the Blodgett explained, which sponsors some restraint, by 'I'b. II 7A 56 0.07
lecture and
will
Judge Stanley Reel as "bizarrein is a public be
annual event. hope will eliminate some of the extreme." "-I'b. 9 63 36 0.00 given at 3 p.m. In the church
Among the early applicants is the confusion and dissatisfactionwhich
Feb. 10 70 n 0.00 edifice central Avenue andsixth
The divorce decree was obtained ,
Jack 1962
Hatcher
Swamp Buggy occurred last fall.
King to by Swiss-born Mrs. Anita Frb. 11) 73 I Id 0.00Feb. Street. Title of the lecture Is
eager regain the title
MI MI he lost In the 1963 fall race. Sheriff E.... (Doug)Hendry wUl Goodman, 28, on cruelty and J2 71 38 0.00 "The Science of Happiness."
Several buggies from Immokaleeand again be the official starter and misconduct giounds. She test!. 'I'b. 13 77 t6 0.00 Mr. Llnnlg Is from Chicago,
Lovell Meadori will be masterof fled that at and the Blinds, where he was once
2.6234 one same a
2-4825 LaBelle have
also been 0.00
en. Frb. 14 7$ ;;)6
M'CAUGHERTY I tered, Mrs. Blodgett said. ceremonies on the P.A.system. time Goodman, a company dl. music conservatory student, and
Reserve tickets went on salea Acceptances were receivedthis rector, maintained in the bunga. 0.1. .upplled by C"bbun, G.rd.n.. later became division manager In
week ago at the Rexall DrugStore week by Mayor ArchieTurn.er low: a national food supply company.He .
on Fifth Avenue, the Mea. and Councilmen Dr. Francis Herself, his legal wife (he had BFLPRE Kan. (AP) Mr*. left this position several
dory Jewelry Store, and the Beach Ford and Mrs. Casey Miller to been divorced by two previousones Kenneth Mcnnmg figured she had! years ago to devote full time to
Store. Advance sale of tickets act as the judges ). grounds for trouble when the Christian Science practice. He
Miss Dorothy Busey, 24, by coffee she !brewed for u party Is currently on tour as a memberof
whom he had already had an tasted bad. The Christian Science Boardof
Illegitimate child. Then she found.! that tin cki Lectureship.
Mrs. Gwynneth Spooner, 31, Inc coffee pot she !burrowed.! for
his secretary, who served him the party still' contained.! un else (Dunn I IIIJ1"* \ Nili, .', ,
after office hours In other ways. trio cord. In her haste to plug in tmV.iphu SIH.UMV' took. pitts.mu
Come Out To Mrs. Goodman said Mrs. the borrowed pot .lie had used 40 \pidiliiHin and' 'i I.
\ ,,,' Spooner's father was tipped off the cord of her own coffee pot. till. riMUuli pnijiitHIt's ) .
,I "' to the odd quadrangle and per. I
Ii' ta.w s. suaded his daughter to come ?f 1t:;%mrJi 9r'W'' =T 1;:fW.'f!: ;:': :?!t :;: '.,;' :""";"'r:'{:(:;" :.;' .

home to mother.
"If anything could be more I *: M so much easier
remarkable than what then r.
happened 1 have never heard of check
to by
.
It pay :
was the Judge's incredu.
lous comment.He .
ROYAL HARBOR said Goodman urged his III Save yourself time,
e. wife and Miss Busey to coax ';, trouble and stepsl)
Gwynneth back to the bungalow
because he was unhappy with*
; :
.,"" ,... ,. out her. The two women agreedto ::. For convenience and proof positive of payment, look
try. They succeeded, and life ; : into our regular and special checking account services.
went on as before, only more

VISIT THESE MODEL HOMES TODAY :':,>, ? so.At I t
one point the bungalow contained *
fit Goodman, the three wo. .
f' I .I trl men, Miss Busey's son by Good FIRST NATIONAL BANKof
man, and one of his sons by
one of his previous marriagesand
Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. Naples \
I Spooner were pregnant.
After three years of this,Mrs. \,

I Goodman not a decided howling her success.marriagewas She 2/onr /ri-J/jr/ prof remit :B". '" t (

Yrfi filed for divorce, and got It. JH
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., : I : : Jg =t\ ? 1 TilE 1'ROLL'CT-Vinyl wall contact with air into a silicone:
I ; \ } panels, ,rain one foot square, white rubber.
I j $ I f Uoigneu .to capture the texture, THE MANUFACTURER'S
e, ANDY LANG color and glue of ceramic mo CLAIM-That his rubber sealant -
AP Ntwiftaturtt ..IK. riles\ applied from s squeeze tuba
Nhei'new o p the I11M.I'! in a continuous bead, stops
i .. THC \l.\\jl' F .XCTURKR'S water seepage, bond to any surface -
Cl.VIM That these P'lnrl and will not shrink or crack.
: why Till I'ROm CT -.\ pl\\vo. 1 / I.d tvtcr'r, glue and a Matcr-rcptlleni. lurtii| .re 'I*1.lItI .ut\ru with simulated joint*, by U.S. Plywood New York;
1 IK' at!" i .oi the edger, van he installed quid I)' andtaetly the wall system' by the Penn
i inM F \'n.RI. .. .torus, ,quail)' welt ut water or'il ,H\ peeling off the protet* Metal. Company, Parkersburg,
that II has
-baec4 paints more
to 1. I MM That this ihv thmjaitib the hacking ,paper, wetting the N'a.; the paint roller by I Union
.\ : al. slight premium paint pukup Netter rolling quart elf>titking. adh..." t and, prei*> and! Goodman, Belleville,
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\ (life than mo toiler
hits lIh'r
the on -"q HI!n I" i r""ltn I to oW,else \ Corporatism, Yonkers. N.Y;
i the its r"I<-f" will lit existing roller\
TIU PKdIM
\ur'' If.\.an1S\ 1IIII'nuinf to CT \ h.\tlituhi.iuikiiitf and the vaulting material by
"r..m ts ,
.ipaie: aI the ph wood lavers 11 i 'lunilihit 'rl.< up oit Dow Corning, Midland. Mich.
:'cis ,cr stitrc ."'r.... and.I.n' -
+ .1 "n tontiiti -n'"i
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III) 'KODICI \ wbUill \ Fine Carpeting and Rugs .
4 >1 tem sutliout Mnihl
\ 'lots' r IItaOl, uiiluinf. steel!
i ",.ivi. :II t inung to wliuh lpfJ-!
l ed ..J lead, ,P'UII1 board panel .tittuhfl
}. .IIt t hm *nt of a .nap*in, Are here for you to see, from such famous makers asi
Club of the and Wendy Snow. Faculty advisor ,is ,"'itu-n ,,ml, doing away) with
i and leaders of Mrs, Dale Bremerman, teacher of biology ". .."<" v. nails or other fastening+. Regal, Callaway, Cabin Crafts James lee, Philadelphia,

t fix In the back and chemistry On the left of THIl \MCTl HFR'S Karastan and Wunda Weve
J Chris Hulfzen, the picture is seen one of the aquaria U..\l\i-' That a special waterproof
club; Winnie with several kinds of molluscs. This i t.IP*, used for coveting the
4 jointk IH ctimpUiej hiddenunder
president, and the other three aquaria will be a cant of topping com
row, Kathy Re- exhibited at the Shell Show on Febru poundct, cut h, rflll\\.d Southwest Florida's Most Complete, Modern Showroom

I f i ; Ann Rogers; ary 21-23 (Cole photo) qull"hIth a sharp, upward
pull enabling the well to b*
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Mrs. Bremermanreportedthat taken Joan quI,kiv and! set l up
NHS Science Club balancing marine aquarium sancihcre ..t"..
a raquires .

Plans Exhibit At :and t training considerably than that more of work freshwater Ill) 'RONT1nth..I.\ .}\foptes J-l oor Coveril1fJs
aquaria The Science Club I ihru\ pinnt roller al'iii.bt" indifferent
) Shell Show HereMrs. ,
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members have been successful pile heights for gtnnalwiiik
Dale Bremerman, teach in maintaining theirs now for ?average surfaces or
er of biology chemistry at the several weeks. At the show, one I h i',us ill\ iwurk on rough '.urI. "17 Years of Dependability"
Senior High School, and advisorof I of them will be in attends: to I... PRO/ Sixth Avenue So. Phone Ml, :2. IO.MI
the Science Club, announced answer questions about the ihl.\
.
IN yesterday tl.at the club will ex. mals exhibited. "111I 'iA\t I \( n IH' R'S
and hlblt Its four aquaria containing t 1 1l' 11,1,t t n! ,.::. .Itci per_
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living molluscs and other marine
and animals at the fifth annual Shell
scanning.'d Show In the Woman's club February .
21.23\ After the show, It Is
of planned to reinstall the aquariaIn + r
,! the Science Building of the
high school where the public may
Inspect them upon request to
Mrs Bremerman.
Since early In January mem.
bars of theSclence Club have been
the studying living molluscs collected \.
In the Gulf from Naplesto
Marco. Classification his.
the tory, nutrition, and behavior have
been tests.the chief topics of study and

One of the difficult problems
has been to provide food for the
J different kinds of shelled
It animals. Another has been to pro. D' A ) Zoned to the highest residential
flhI&dL1flL i5flti I
;! vent cannibalism, and a third they I I *
: keeping of the aquaria clean. All u14"' G J / code of Collier County
x
J of these have been solved and the \

mixed a balanced populations environment art now with livingin a ; 1,1 '7 Is Just Right For Florida Living .

minimum of attention.Youngsters. UI'1.U. coatt.L4cQtLE3t&tL: $, and near to everything you desire.


in t Ski

t OTTAWA (AP)-Children can __ I
r Tray learn to skate and ski soon after
1 :: they )learn .to: walk.rln, fact t, the

Yi younger the better, If they have
adult supervision.
C.S. Clew, Canadian Health o

) 1/2 Department that young fitness children director usuallyare explains ; Distinctively New Concept of Modern Country Club Living

1 fearless and find It quite

I. 1 easy to master the basic skillsof O ao 1i / i .'
these sports. And,lie assures R iwt

.; the worried mothers, awkward spills
] add present little danger as long as

the child has the proper equip. '_ h
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the Re. ment and clothing. i


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Prices at Village Green start at $7,200 for a one ) Eitatti will offer over 300 homesiiet and a limited amount
II being placed on the market this season. Roads are paved,
bedroom apartment and $8,900 for a two bedroom i excellent water has been piped to your lot line, homes are
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COUNTY NEWS February 19, 1981

Art Exhibit Marks Shakespeare's 400thBy



Tips OnBoating Naples WILLIAM c. BUCK aeun v nstrutted to.house these Among the more than three Among the manuscripts an,'

I Flotilla I fl unun.al' 'ibiects. dozen portraits is the rare one books are the traveling hbran
80 I RICHMOND, From the exhibition's en- of Pocahontas. famous for saving cue of the family of Franc,

USCGA Va., Feb. 15 AP) As a Vance a great Tudor arch the life of Capt. John Smith. Bacon, and original editions 01;
books of history, discovery ,
playwright William Shakespeare reminiscent of Holbein's gate In A 1623 First Folio of the of the an*
poetry era.Shakeapeare
knew a thing or two the palace' of Henry Mil to Shakespeare plays contains the
If taking
WHATCAU5CS WATER ACCI In over the bow. you are about ,hOla.! If hit should E the towering Elizabethan! window celebrated engraving, that la is known to have
DENTS? a motor or other gear a- inside, there is the elegance of considered to be the most authentic used Holmshed's Chronicles as
board have It piled on the pier return to earth, it would fee) long ago and more golden, likeness of the Bard of source materials for aome of hi>
within easy reach of the centerof right at home at an exhibit which age than ours. Avon. plots. The show contains Ho1 n.
You are own worst
your enemy has
the boat. Keep mooring lines been on display st the Virginia High on the walls of an Elizabethan shed's "Historic of Scotland,"
Four of the portraits in the
the Museum
on
water. of Fire Arts
tight or have a companion steady- long gallery the portraits a probable: source for "Macbeth."
Personal negligence U revealed For In a colorful setting, pi show were loaned from Windsor
I King
the boat. Remember boattdon't of Queen Elizabeth I. And there ia a small book with
by nationwide statisticsto Ing paintings, pieces of silver and James I, Sir waiter Raleigh, Sir Castle by Queen Elizabeth II. yellowed pages and clear black
be the prime cause of water tip themselves] careless furniture, prints and manuscripts Franvi Drake Sir Philip Sid Others came from leading collections portrait of England's rulers -

accidents. It is the carelessand people tip them. from Shakespeare's day have ney and many other great of in Great Britain and Including a rare portrait o.

unthinking boat operator Study the Instruction manuals been shown here since Jtn 10. ,r+rI Shakespeare' da>' look down on from major American museums Elizabeth 1 land her predecessors,

who causes 64 per cent of the that came with your boat and The same exhibit will open at a heavy Elizabethan table anda There also are rare miniature
your motor. Follow the book the Detroit Institute of Arts on y seemingly endless Oriental portraits, tome less than two There are colorM maps ,:f
accidents that occur. when and March 10. inches high. the New World and a copy of
starting stopping regulating carpet of reds and blues.
The weather Is responsiblefor motor. It is the most comprehensive More than two dozen examples William Strachey's firat-perso

only 14 per cent of boating File a your cruise plan. Tell some exhibition of Elizabethan an I of Elizabethan silverware are narrative about the wreck of a
accidents and mechanical faults where ever assembled in thu Sew Appeals Agenda shown, "perhaps the largest collection chip in the Bermuda, a* It way
8 of water responsible person you World It also silver route to Virginia in
cause only per cent is the first. ma'(or of Elizabethan en 1609.
are going and when you Intendto The Zoning Board of Appeals This
mishaps. commemoration, in this countr\ ever assembled according to account probably was
Standing, poor observation, return. Arrange to have the of Shakespetre's 400th birthday will meet at 2 p.m., February Leslie Cheek Jr., director of utilized by the poet in "The
U.S. Coast Guard or the sheriff anniversary 17, to consider the following a. the Tempest"
overloading, high speed turns year museum
wake of other craft and general advised If you do not return on Titled "The World .f Shake _, r f'.r genda .

reckless handling are the most time and give a description of apeare," it has been drawing .., r 1. APPEAL NO. 108 FROM Rear. FOR YOUR FLORIDA ENJOYMEN
boat. daily crowd which + E. E. Bailey REi -
common faults that bring about your seem awed _,, __ __ variance side of 612
yard east ) of
Watch the weather. Know by the special gallery the mu- '''''' .r ( Directly on the white sand of the Gulf Mexico A
boating accidents.The Get the COLONIST INSPIRPD l SI1"ESPERE"tn.. June square feet at 6th street, South -y
first step in safe boating storm warning signals. Chapman of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts holds a3S0. and 11th Avenue, South for new GOLFING FISHING I
is learning to board your latest forecast. ProclamationOn house (1111. 6th St. S.) BOATING RELAXING
Carelessness when fueling .ear.old handwritten book which tell (he true I
craft properly. If you a re boardIng SUMMARY OF FACTSi Per. SUNNING LOAFING
from a pier step Into the your boat can cost you your life. story of the shipwreck of colonists bound for Jamestown mlt denied by building official

boat as near the center as pos- Don't smoke when fueling. Poppy DayPROCLAMATION in 1609. Shakespeare .is believed to have used because of Insufficient lot area GULF
flexible fuel 2. APPEAL 109 FROM FRONT L:
Disconnect line NO. -
sible. If you are boarding froma the shipwreck stun in The Tempest
from motor and lift portable Emily M. Craig. RE Grant.of RENTALS
beach or a high wharf, step _
tanks out of the boat, placing big exception to the provls. Fr.ni rawnt ta pmMww,
WHEREAS, On Memorial Day, Southwest FashionTestB .', Ions of Section 28.82 (c) of the
them level
on a surface.
1922 the Veterans of Foreign
AUTOMATED SPE ED-UP Zoning Code of Ordinances insofar Naples
NEEDIIAM./ M.... (AP) lit Alternate gas and oil when Wars sold the first replicas of PATRICIA and then spend the day as It affects the South 110 New modern
fuel. nozzle CURRAN pieces
fut thcyMrc adding Keep gas the Flanders Field poppies on feet of Lots 13 and 14 and theS. "
computers a can Associated. Press Writer canvassing salesrooms Dress Gulf front deluxeEDGELt1ATERm t be made lo jo fitter, saysSylvania grounded against the side of tank. a national scale and the mem. DALLASTex. ( manufacturer $ 25 fee 110 feet of the West 81 3
AP>- Colorful pay a to
FUelric. Products Inc. Mix gas and oil thoroughly. orlal flower proved popular and style of the Southwest that a dress before the assembled feet of Lot 15, Block 11, Tier ;
survived put
The company has announced a Tighten cap and vent firmly before WHEREAS, In 1923 the Na fashion market tests buyers for 30 seconds 3, Town of Naples,Florida. (Cor.
computer thai will work 100 limes replacing a tank In the tlonal Encampment decreed that be in wardrobe may ner of 10th Avenue South and 2nd BEACH of Naples
the poppies sold by the Veterans your next year That brief
ss fast as those presently opera display can make or Street.)
The Dallas I
Iln The boat.Do of Foreign Wars must be made Market (Jan 26- break a style ft
development employs a
not open tank vent until 31), third largest in the nation,
coaxial-type packaging similar the tank Is back In the boat in by disabled disabled veterans and In 1924 i III the sampling ground because Drive Carefully And Live VWrift r, 0. lei 224-A Naples Hondo for brochure end leriffr
television cable, which allows veterans in Pittsburgh!
to : proper position and the fuel line made V.fW, flowers for Chatyear' It is ahead of the Hunt and west PUBLIC NOTICE '
Ins computer's logic c circuitry to
Is connected the toast market by a few weeks.
to .
motor. sale and
,
I amplify current 20 times, at NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
"
speeds five times faster than Wipe up all spillage im WHEREAS, these men coined "If a dress i Is a dud here REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
one salesman says, "you can be The undiraifnad' does ear
the phrase h.r.bl
"Buddy and .
Poppy"
previously lea Ii zed. mediately. tify that' c
The new method allows the Always have a road map" _. In 1924 the National Headqum. sure coast it" won't show up on the TRO AITI.N c&"u. :, ''N.E. SHOPbusiness the perfect traveler
at Naplat Florida underthe
switching operations, that occur an official chart -- aboard and ters copyrighted the trade name: More than 2.000 manufacturersand fictitious, name of MASTER.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, PLATING CO and that laid firm.
when a number of circuits arc know how to read it. .
some 7,000() line I of women' It compoMd of the following
ARCHIE/ pansons
fed Into a single circuit at high Welcome Inspection of your TURNER, By virtue Of turnmerweighf casual whose n.m.s and plactt ofrttid.nc.t ZEPHYR WEIGHTSPORTCOATS
apparel
speed, to be performed in one the authority vested In me a* area art at followtJOSEPH :
boat by the Coast Guard. CoastGuard part of this market'
Mayor or success F. NEMECHEK
the City of Naples
and on.-qusrter t llliontha of a Auxiliary Florida Boat- story. .40 Fifth St So
Florida, do hereby recognize the N piss. FloridaOwntrthip ,
second
Ing Council Safety Officers. patriotic merits of this cause because Among the success stories behind of MASTER PLATING ts ,

New York maintain 1,800 Enroll one of the free boating since the first Buddy Poppy the Success story I.I Elsie CO JOSEPH It .. follows F. NEMECHEK: 100% by

pierea of snow-rtMln equip- I classes of the U.S. Coast sale, the objective has been "to Frankfurt, an attractive blonde It It my Intention to apply to
Guard honor the dead who looked at her pregnant sister the Clark of the Circuit Court In rt tv ?kiP n Beam Company
ment on a yesr-round baala. Auxiliary by helping the and and For Colliar County. Florid. to "'
living" and funds from the annual said "Honey you look likea r.f..1r the tald name of MASTER i iI
sale of Buddy Poppies are devot.ed beachball in an unmade bed." PLATING COMPANY under the pro ;
visions o' Chapter J0953 Laws of I
exclusively to veteran rehabl. She thereafter parlayed tSOO Florida Acts of l.41. Arp6yrW.laht.porteo.twlroII .
And Now The Beatles! Illation and welfare work, and to into a S3 million a year Pageboy January Witness, 1964JOSEPH my, hand this 31tt day of blf I H.r.la aa unbMtabk buyf.rt.f0owwhodm.ndara.I I

help maintain the V.F.W. Nation. Matermtywear business with .F. NEMECHEK __ _
al Hume I urge all patriotic clothe ranging from skiwear to Feb 2. S. II. 23 ISM #2I fort M mil u.trlkl,
ball gowns for the active mother- rood look fephjrr W.IgM
cltltens to wear Buddy Poppyas
I ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS I Ullond br the(uhloa.hmmu
The Much Publiciiod British Invaders, With Their, mute evidence of our gratl. to-be. Seeled bids will be received by .AooIooo frolll'
the Collier
Bernard Gold traded hia fleet County Board of Public
tude .
to
the
men of this country instruction at their. office In the fabric blind of bow DMIpoljrMUrSO '
Peculiar And Haircuts
Singing Sty Rag Mop who have risked their lives In of New York taxicabs for a fleet Collier County Court Mouse, Niple. *cottoa mlhiii

Art In Miami Beach This W..k End, In Case defense of the freedoms whichwe newing machines 21 year ago, Standard Florida, until Time 1:30:on March P M.. Etktern 2. ISM I onljr IH tuiiMi to-th rtrdTbo

I You Want To Take Cover Wt All Know continue to enjoy'as Amer. Now Nardia of Dallas, his firm, for the construction of a atwaaatreatment s..", Ion art terrific,too'
Iran citizens la a su<;ce.saful .high :Jfadkrnitinntilutirtrl plant at the Sea GateElamantary A l'MI.uaUl1 somas
... That, While Fads And Fancto' Of 'Every Kind.. ,,1.f.URTJIIa.: !: <*uSe23 each *y Jtf I sty{".? tdi.timtive $ -prlva..fcorirt: ; School a( Napla on, Florida Ss.. Gate .. ;.tMnmdout.."ua.Tb ri.f.
.. Com And &o, Thr- ffnlc-"hing; Of Life Art" %M etaycltUAi d on Strtte ; colors and fabrics, Saafad Proposal will ba publicly i lZeddbe f J v rq.4.2..4' .lKklo",
opanad and read aloud' at the ibovattatad
_
well vita Zqihrr W.lrh'

as a* style. nrjr
Unchanging Such Aa A Fine Homo Or Piece their recognition and apprecia. lima ZEPHYR WEIGHT 5oort.lforsp.rfwuywi.rw '
tlon to the men of this By contrast Jack Miller does a Any bid racaivad attar the time 4
Of Ground If You Are Looking For The country and data pacifiad will not ba con. 'S .... eooHluUd porte wiMmbl boa
by purchasing a "Buddy Poppy"and $7 million a year business a* .,'d.r.... Each bid must b. acs ..
Solid, Enduring Value Of Real Estate In This I do hereby proclaim February Lois. Young, Inc. featuring ever companiad by a cer"',... check 0"bd I' "\ Sportcoat only $3 5 A 0
bond In 1
Area, AD MILLER ASSOCIATES Can Help You, 21, 22 and 23, 1964, as popular styles such aa the shirtwaist five, parcant ((5 an%) amount of the bata equal bid.to e r Slacks only 91 U.95
POPPY SALE DAYS In the City at low prices "At those Tha succaitful Bidder shall fur
And Let The Beatle And Whatever Fad The of fish a Parformanca Bond equal to 1
Naples, Florida. Your sup. price you can't aim for fashion, one hundred percent (100") of the
Future Brings Enjoy Their Transient Days Of port will prove that these men he says bata bid
did not risk their lives In vain. .. redant pacification may ba -E7.
Glory. Ituyer normally complete the offices of W. R.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,I have breakfast by 6:30: a.m. daily Wilson' and Aoclata. Inc., 865

ATTRACTIVE: IIOMK: on Koulh. Coif Drive, overlook. set my hand and seal of the City evaluate a fashion show or 150 Fifth. A Avenue sat of documents South Naples may. be Florl.da ob..
of Naples, on the 14th day of tamed from the Enginaar l at a cot
lag golf: r.iurae |It offer two bedroom, two IEPP'SClothing
of fiflaan dollar (11500),
) not
of February nineteen TO ra .. ,.
hundredand THEY BE ALONE fundablaTha ---
hath, with unit, a large: living room, dining room
alxty four. ENFIELD Board reserves the right torap.ct
Conn. (AP) When
drn electric kltrhrn' and spacious screened porch all bids' for Men
a BARD:
physical fitness test was OF
PUBLIC
Central healing and air conditioning and complete land. MAYOR cheduledfor policementhe time INSTRUCTIONCOLLIER

Heaping art among the propert,'* many assets Archie Turner and place were kept secret from NAPLES COUNTY FLORIDA, 'OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS'

The lot U largr enough to accommodate a guest house outsider. LEO R. CMICKERINQ 725 Fifth Avenue, S. MI 2-222:

$Z9,'00. Elsie ATTEST Lehman This was done an official BY' W.Chairman D. REYNOLDS of Board
said, just in case it was necessary SuparlntandantFab
I.OVFI.Y: \\KII.: kfcJT IIOMK: on Snook Drive In City Clerk lo ".ave a little face" 2. 9. It. I9M #20
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faxhiiinabl. Royal Harbor Gracing; a seas ailed

walrrwa), ll has three bedroom, two bath, living

riHtm. hinds. room, well equipped kitchen and garage;

Ihe hoiice I. centrally bested and air rondlllonrrl -

Ml.bOfl and unow n by appointment only, SALE $ave on Demos

A KKAl CIIAKMKlt"': |I. the residence on a landscaped

corner on Third Slrt-ct. North The vital statistics

include two brdrcomN, living room, dining area, kitchen

and Florida room .\ garage could easily br cons

trrtrd into another bid room and bath, and a carport '64 GALAXIE 500 '64 FAIRLANE 500 '64 FAIRLANE 500

nulrurlrd hrrr a service porch now stands .

f IV.000 unfurnUhed| with lovely decorator furnishings

Inrludid it ran br purchased for 121,000. Hardtop. This i is Fordomatic 260
Honey.
a ,
Four Door Hardtop, Cruisomatic 289 V8, Four Door. Buy this with new car warranty.

SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES Radio, Heater, Power Steering, W/Walls. V8. Deluxe Trim, Radio, Power Steering, Fordomatic, Y8, Radio, Heater, W/Wolls,
New Car
W/Walls Tinted
New Car Warranty SEE THIS Windshield Power Steering, All Vinyl Trim.
M'ACIOIS 1 : IS THE: VH>KI> for the four bedroom Warranty.

home with urawall and boat dock on Fourteenth .h.

rnur, H<.ulh, in Aqualanr Shores In It you will\

alro find a Urge hung room, dining room, modern

kitchen, two baths, nrrrrnrd porch with barbecue and Save all Used Cars

many "Pl'rlal| | Items that will delight you 126,3.10. on

Including mortgages of approxlmatrl) JIH.OOO..

.N MCKITAIH.KAI.UK: I I. the! CHS home, art on a !. .

fenced-in lot on Twent)..nrrond Avenue, North .

Ihrrr arr two bedrooms living room dining room, 62 GAL 500 XL Hardtop $19 5. 61 CHEY. Pickup 3/4 Ton $1395. 56 FORD Wagon $345.

rlrrlrirall)' equipped kitchen and Florida room .

Central heating and air conditioning All yours 61 FALCON Ranch 595. 57 495.
for 16,1100.l Wagon 1395. 58 FORD Wagon FORD Victoria Hardtop


,\:"' ('II01CaI'AHnnNTII on Third Street $uth, 57 FORD Wagon 450. 58 OLDS. 88 Four Door 695. 61 PLY Four Door 995.

one nf Naplr cutttanding apartment buildings ,

consisting The modern of two It hotel story room.structure. 4 rfflcirnclrs contains 18, 5 units onrbrdrocnt 56 PLY Two Door 295. 57 MERC.Hardtop, Air. 595. 58 FORD Four Door 695.

apartments and I two bedroom. The prrmUr .

I *. in tip top condition are attractively! landscaped 59 CHEY.Wagon 895. 60 CHEY.Two Door 1095. 59 CHEV.Four Door 895.

and Ihrrr I I. a large free form swimming pool. .

I'rlrrd at 1171.500, the Anchorage can br bought for 61 CHEY Greenbrier J\us 1495. 61 BUS Econoline 1395. 57 PONT.Wogon 495.

''',000 down, with the purchaser to assume a mort.

gage of approximately 108000. .

We Need Room No Reasonable Offer Refused

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Eugene Gilbert \ ( )
Is the most promising candidatefor If President Johnson Is no
President,Gilbert Youth :
the nomination at the present available for the Democrats
Research, Inc. >
A eoa t-toToast ross i*,.tlon time, and 33 per cent think he nomination, the teens would plcl I
will represent) the Republicans Attorney General Rob.rtK.nnedy t \ i I 1
America's
of polltl alh ( on.
In November Twentv-elghtper 01 v : I
carious young people predlds that
Arizona Senator Darry Gold. the girls and 21 per cent of *
Nelson A. Rockefeller will face tWOUND I
I vndon Johnson In the November water Is close on Rockefeller'sheels boys select the late President's :I I

election for president but will be with 30 per rent of the brother. I
Minnesota Senator Hubert\ > '
defeated, leaving the Democrats Young people saying he has the Humphrey and United Nations ,! ,I I
In control T>f the White House. best chance for the C.O.P. nomination Ambassador Stevenson come next I :

These young people, whom we on the list possible Democratic
Former Vice President Richard : I
have just polled, generally as. candidates. Each man received
serted that voters generalvwant! Nixon takes third place on "
10 per rent of the young people's
the teens' list of possible candidates house.'i
the policies of the late President votes '
Kennedy continued, and praise Fourteen per cent of the l

.'Johnson for the way he has taken I| young people think he will get the TEENS' AND PARENTS AGREE !

over the chief executive's dutiesEightythree K\\I-\\ nomination.The More than half of the young UP ,
reasons for the teens'I'holcn
per rent of those; people say they agree with their Robert Wilson uses
vary widely Many felt
Interviewed In our latest survey parents' political views Thirty spring for lectern' aa he
F lr that Coldwater was too conservative ,
think the Democrats will win r four per cent say their opinionson record of test data In
and represented) only small '
the election and almost all-8r politics\ are at variance with plant The glint toil la '
segment of the Republican party
per cent-assume President those of their parents, and 14 underground Atlas missile
and the country. Others such as
Tohnson will be the Democratic per cent aren't sure whether they' :
Robert J. Corner, 17, of Blue Hilly Rose \ '
their
nominee. support or repudiate
R c Hill, Neb., felt Rockefeller's! divorce I i
Past surveys show that teen. r + fathers' beliefs. $10,000 An
hurt his chances for the '
avers, on the verge of being nomination, and pointed out that The teens who agree with their. NEW YORK (AP>-
voters themselves hold political parents' political viewpoints generally showman Billy Rose has
"Goldwater has a good reputation
views of national significance respect the experience and making $10,000 an hour ;
"
as a senator hour that the New York !'
This Is due In part no doubt to wisdom of their elders
Exchange has been open
the fact that most of them --on. it Several agreed with Maureen Kathy Forrest, 17, of Torranee Oct. 13, 1963, his press .(
cede they have given great weightto Kroyak, IS, of Leicester, Mass, Calif. said she supported tlmated Wednesday. !
their parents' viewpoints, but who says Nixon will be the Re. her father's belief because "he His huge holdings In
In part also to their own Increasing % publican candidate because, "If has explained and showed how his Telephone A Telegraph
New York Central and
Interest In things political\ I|he came as close as he did to views are test for our level of vania railroads have i
As Gall Stuart, 17, of Redondo ( ..J beating Kennedy, he could most living Those who disagreedwith million In value In '
Beach, Calif., says they think "'=' likely beat Johnson." their parents usually felt months. .

the Democrats will win because N.Y., expresses the sentimentsof ROCKEFELLER IN '841 One New York City youth tooka the older people were too set His long term pa ont.ln
In which he is the largest
they "are the Incumbents and many teens when he predicts defeatist attitude on behalf of In their ways and often were too Idual stockholder total !
the fact that President Kennedywas Johnson will represent the Dem. Like their elders, the teens the Republicans and said since closely tied to one party. Don than $8 million "

martyred will Influence people ocrats because "he's proving are not so sure just who will be they were going to lose anyway, Meador, 18, of Decatur, III, saidhis It takes one acre of

to vote for his successor." himself In the White House and the Republican nominee Thirty. they ought to nominate someone father Is a "stern Democrat, forest 20 years to grow I ,
David Kalish, 18, of New York, he's genuine." eight per cent think Rockefeller unimportant. and I like to look at all the facts." tier for a five-room frame
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'6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 18, mi 100 Years AgoSherman's Other Cooks Get Say
II CALL TOE NEWS FOR Shrimp de Jonghe: or .
STAMPS
It Pays Te Advertise "feveryoiie: Reads The NEWS RUBBER ..211II .

Men Burn
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tin; /lfJRk.A YIN I Sack Meridian- Miss.


i BY LON K. SAVAGE to the Confederate war effort,
Meridian. Miss., a railroad and they Interpreted the objective
FLORIDA center ISO miles east Vlcks- literally. .
burg had become an Important They tore up railroad tracks
I supply depot for Confederate from 25 to 60 miles In all dir-
"t, ., I army during the Civil War ections, bending the tracks and

i.. I I Perhaps more Important, it burning the ties. Sixty-one
had become activity and culverts were burn-
', a center of bridges
,' b'r for Southern guerrillas who ed. So were more than a mile
raided Union Installations In the of trestles.
Deep South. But 100 years Turning on the buildings, the
ago this week Meridian.Miss.. soldiers burned the town arsenal -
became a wasteland -- sacked, two hotels, several fac-
I looted, wrecked and burned by tories, shops and storehouses.
II Union soldiers under General Bales of cotton, textiles, food-
I William Tecumseh Sherman stuffs and army equipment also
srItw Y Sherman would make his reputation went up In blaze.CAVALRY .

I for destruction with STOPPED

'; '; .,.,t. I Southerners later that year in Sherman had ordered a force
', it.r his famous march across Geor- of cavalry to come down from
: I gia, but he gave a good pre- Memphis and join him In
':. ; Yj view of his warfare at Meri a march Into Alabama. But

.. .h dian. Confederate General Nathan SHRIMP DE JONGIIE! This version uses dry bread numbs in a seasoned.
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I ......,:.l. --: --J Sherman had set out from Bedford Forrest had Intercepted butter mixture that ik lavercd. v ah succulent shrimp II
;. _
...c: _.... Vicksburg with 20,000 men on the Union cavalry It moved
with the shrimp. One word from a member "f
School layers it "
i APARTMENT INCOME Located perfectly for winter season tourist this February 3 to destroy the railroads south and In a sharp fightat By CECILY BROWNSTONE Other moot points. Should The Other School on the subje

four unit apartment is probably one of the nicest you will find in Naples. there and,ifthingsworked Okolona sent it retreating in Associated Press Food Editor sherry be added, and how Exactly of bread crumbs: "The secret tf t
out well, to move toward panic back to Memphis. Although -
on ARGUMENTS GO on about a what herbs and other seasonings European dishes such s Shrimpde
Two one-bedroom apt.; 1 efficiency; 1 owner's large 1 bedroom. All I Selma Mobile oumumbered, Forrest
i or in Alabama famous seafood dish Shrimp de should be used"1 But we Jonghe is in the way th,-
units air-conditioned and completely furnished. TV cable installed in all had out-maneuvered and out- Jonghe. For a while we were won't go into this because this crumbs are prepared. The bread
units. Beautifully landscaped this, Income producing apartment is probably CONFEDERATES fought the Federals to win one adamant about our own achool of time we're letting The Other should be toasted in the oven un
I WITHDRAW of his most glorious victories. thought, but so many bellicose School take over.Retirees til very dry then rolled out witha
the most complete and belt built in Naples. See ut today His men easily beat down
rolling De Jonghe (The
I i iI Without the cavalry support, cooks pulled at our apron strings pin.
resistance as they moved Sherman turned Ms men west- that we've given up. To Meet Chicago restaurateur whu many
Remember, your dollar buys more from I across the state. They pass ward again and left the smok- Now we're letting The Other years ago invented this dish)
ed through Jackson February ing ruins that marked Merid School of Shrimp de Jonghe cooks At Emmanuel never would have put fresh breadcrumbs
I 6 and arrived at Meridian on have their on any of his dishes,"
Yohn ?2 Wood $ s oolII /$ the 14th. Outnumbered Confederates ian.for As his army headed slaves back Whit's way.the argument about1 Church In NaplesThe So that puts me in my place.
under Bishop Leonidas Vicksburg. Negro Bread crumbs, for one thing. Our And here's one of The Other
from throughout central Mis- regular monthly meeting School's ,
recipes
Polk withdrew. Then the Fed- school of conking says they of the local unit of the American
j 630 Fifth Avenue. South erals work. sissippi fell In behind the blue must be fresh The Other School
i ( went to and rched with Association of Retired Persons SHRIMP DE JONGHE
i coated column ma says they must be dry We disagree :
There were 10,000 of them at is scheduled for Tuesday, February THE OTHER WAY
Phone MI 2.5359 them. too,on the method of using
i the and five 18, at 6:30 It will
job, p.m.
they spent days Soon, Sherman noticed, there the bread-crumb and season* 1 1.2: cup butter
be held Emmanuel Lutheran
on it. Their objective was to were "about ten miles of Ne butter mixture *e say it shouldbe at the 1 or :2 cloves garlic finely
iimiimiiniMHiiwiiiHiiwHimHiMHHmmiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiMiminiiiimi"iiiiiiiiH "" "" "l/IIIIIIIINIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIII/IIIINI/ I I destroy all that could be of use"u'LL groes" fol'owing his army -- added as a topping. The Other Church In The Moorings. Chopped
Dr, Roger T, Nooe, will beth 1 salt
from 6,000 to 8.000 men, wo- spec:...i. oi Jill evening,rank 1'8 teaspoon crushed
\\WWv\ teaspoon dried
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men and children march- Pensacola Says R. Blair, president of the AARP tarragon

Ing they knew not where, except 'No To AnnexationPlan announced.The 1/8 teaspoon crushed dried
program will be precededby
that they were march- marjoram
ki a pot luck dinner, and each Dash freshly grated black
Ing from slavery To Alabama pepper
away
member Is requested to bring
I cup fine dry bread crumbs
:find 9t 9n'Che PENSACOLA (AP-The Pen. a meat dish, a vegetable dish, cup medium sherry
Take Bets On Who aacola City Council said In ef. or a salad or a dessert. Mem. :2 "pound raw shrimp fresh or
feet today "No, thanks" to Ala. ben should also bring table sere frozen), cooked
Will Die First bama'a proposal to annex northwest vice and bread and butter, If 2 tablespoons snipped fresh
BALERNO Scotland AP Florida. desired. Coffee and tea will be parsley
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<: You can lay a bet today In the The Alabama Legislature set furnished by the association. Let butter soften at room
village belling ahop on who'llbe up an elght.man committee to AARP offers many benefits temperature. Mash garlic to t
J1'l""rinfl the first local resident to die.bring the issue to Gov. Farris to members, it Is pointed out, paste (Use a heavy wide blade
At the moment, the legalized Bryant and Is waiting for a date including low cost non-concel knife and add a little of the salt
gambling shop has seven runners when Gov. George Wallace can lable health and accident insure to prevent the garlic from stickingto
in the death sweepstakes. accompany them to Tallahassee ance, mall order drug service, the knife). Add to butter with r
Anybody can bet, Including the By a vote of 81, the City coun- Including prescriptions at large tarragon, marjoram, the remaining
men whose names are on the cil approved a resolution com discounts Other benefits Include salt, and the pepper. Beat together
board for all to see No one has mending the cultural, social and nationally known hearing aids at with i a spoon until blended,
coUected-fet.: economic ties between Pensacolaand lower costs, and a tourist travel then mix in the bread crumbs and
As each man catches cold, or Alabama, but said It bureau offer designated trips at :2 tablespoons of the sherry. Pour
suffers any form of Illness, the preferred for the city to "re. considerable savings, Blair said. the remaining :2 tablespoons of
odd change. main a part of the great state Prospective members are Invited the sherry into a shallow buttered
it4Pavorite for the grave today of Florida. to attend Tuesday's meet. au gratin dish. Arrange shrimp
I 68 Councilman Kenneth Kelson ing. Blair sad Worlds Fair and bread crumb mixture in '
I tnyldowned hi* whls4J! voted against the resolution. He tickets recently tqvabe redu@ed' nate layers, sprinkling a'Er.
*at the pub and said: said: "That's filly resolution available to members at over each layer. Bake in
,'!When one of us falls to turn start with." rates. This Information will be oven ((400 degrees) 10 to IS min
up either at the local pub or detailed at the meeting, Blair utes. Serve at once. Makes 6
the betting shop, he is auto. Don't Be A Litterbug said, for members and visitors. serving!I.
I matlcally made favorite Onlya ----
few week ago I was in bed .
with bronchitis and was made .
4.5 favorite."
Archie Marshal age 73 is the NOW !
oldest man In the betting He la .
T f a1 + Joint second favorite at 0.1.
t M Archie Dlckon,59: Is a rank
i Mv outsider. He Is youngest man
INti on the board. The other entries
contend he now la drinking lent LOWER CLOSING COSTS
onade Instead of whisky so he
can outlast the others and col.
lect bets on death.
Some years ago a former LOWER INTEREST RATES
:: t+y 5 local official said Balerno, a
working class village of less
than 1,000 population, near Ed.
Inburgh, was "the hardest
drinking community In Scot
land."
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Dee pofU fry blanched almonds, NAPLES FEDERAL '
then drain and sprinkle with nit e e
and cayenne. Call these tidbit
Deviled Nuts! They're good with NOW I> tomato juice for a first course
l dinner i time.
The Moorings Country Club offers a comd.liclou. breakfasts, luncheons and dinners ftt 4; Makes It Easier

plebe pro shop operated by host profession from 8 '.m. to 9 p.m. Modest green fees '. I

!% .1 I Bill McDevitt. and I restaurant serving and electric cart fees. Guests are welcome. ..,, For You To Own


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Discover the many charms of The Moorings by taking a drive throughthis

thoughtfully planned community attractive homes on spacious

homesites, inland waterways only minutes from the Gulf via the jettiesof

Doctor Pass, a lovely 500 ft. beach owned by the property owners,
IN THE FACE OF HIGHER COSTS IN HOME FINANCING
and golf surrounded by choice homesites. HOLLAND
a gorgeous
The Moorings is in the city limits of Naples and offers all city con- SALLEYINC. SAVINGS t LOAN IS HAPPY TO BRING THE RESIDENTS

OF NAPLES AREA .
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veniences, including sanitary sewers throughout. For full informationcall

H. Milton Link at 9etrltats
830 5th AVE.. S.

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If* ing and abandoning the alley OTDBTOTOTOlOOOOOOOOOOOOf ELECTRONIC LARYNX Sunday, February IS 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B
running N and S within BlockC ROCK ISLAND HI. AP) An
; .': Jye'ih8' Lake Park s.D between artifivial larynx may prove a made available through the Bell then released from the esophagus I
:Everglades :, 10th 12th Avenues North. .NaplesJ8 boon" III persons afflicted\ : with system on a nonprofit basis in a controlled, gulping manner
', ., e. Review Council recom .. I lots .>f due to cancer Recently compiled data shows '
voice
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: :. By Juanlu Weldon .:: ::I:.. mendatlons re. Peter Zornlk John R. Arp. representative of thai*there with larynx arc about 35,000 'person ? FROM LrrrLESPARHSeee
removed across
.. .-' ':: application. ;lh<' Illinois Bell Telephone Company f
the nation,
f. Reconsider Ordinance No says the electronic device
The Everglades Woman's Club of this service .JJifcs Some persona who have lost I
have Its and! come out 1046 relative to eliminating enables user to converse by
will travel study program one of these days to have your Engineers seal on seawall h holding the battery powered unit their voices are able to com %'GIANT FOREST
on February 18th at 8 p.m. Ben municate by speaking with air
"picture" taken. The
mobile construction on canals. w then throats
parks, of Naples who has which is @.W'F1RES
traveled unit will be located at the Health 6. New business The device wet dev lorJ and first swallowed and GROWl!
extensively win be theguest Clinic, which Is now located In a. Receive bids(10 l ;00 a.m.) BY CATHY SCHRYVERftooooooooooooooooooooooooo
speaker He will show the jail building for additions to water treat.
movies of his travels In Greece This has been birthday week ment plant No. 2 and East 0 ?
and Russia. Men and women again In Everglades and our best Naples pumping station. '

of tend.the The public are Invited to at. wishes go out to Alice Des, b. Receive bids on water pipe Don't look now, but I'm back.. Force. Oh.well, you're a civi. DON'T MAKE A MOVE!
In the meeting will be held< Edith Clifton, M.G. Iles, Robert (10100 a.m.) That flu Is too much, even form llan until the 3rd of March.
Fellowship Hall of the Robinson and anyone who has d. Expiration of bond in l _

Community Church.Mr. had a birthday recently)' but Is Frank's S-d, Tacoma park The campus has been busy: Last Tuesday evening there UNNECESSARY MOVE THAT IS-
and
Mrs. Ray Sanders, not named above.Council S-D and< Sun Terrace S-D. and there Is a lot of catching was a P.T.S.A meeting held In
from Minneapolis, Minn., were e. Street lighting for Gulf up to do.The the high school auditorium. Many YOU HAVE
guests last weekend! of Miss Shore Boulevard. Key Club has been active timely question were presented UNTILCONTACTED
Rachael Wilson The Sandersare AgendaThe f. Acceptance of sewer force and Just this past week they had and answered that concerned all n
spending the winter In Sara. main easement from John Pul. another guest speaker. Dewey connected with the school Up OUR
sola. Miss Wilson and the San.: Council agenda for Wed. ling Polly, chairman of the County to now the attendance at these
ders were traveling companions nesday's 9 a.m. meeting Is as g. Council permission for Commission, talked to the boy meetings have not been very good, EXCHANGINGAND n' '
In Europe In 1961. follows Francis Ford to attend 3rd about the highway between Fort especially on the part of the stu.
The regular monthly fellow 1. Call to order. annual conference sponsoredby Lauderdale and Naples, "A11U dents. ,
ship supper of the Everglades 2. Invocation. Florida League of MunicIpalities gator Alley". Mr. Polly had Just The "Caruso" of the Spanish TRADING DEPT.
Community Church was post. 3. Reading of minutes of pre. for Florida Mayors, returned from Tallahassee wherehe m class has finally made up his
poned from last Wednesday to vious meeting. commissioners and council attended meetings about the mind that he can sing, In case S If you have a lot and want a house see

this coming Wednesday (Febru. 4. presentation of certificates men, March 12, 13 Ji 14 Or. highway. The boys run the con. you're wondering. That's you us, we can work up a trade or building program
ary 18)). Everyone Is Invitedto of appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. lando, Florida. cession stand at all home bas. Johnny. for
dish and enjoy the fellowship. Wallace Zimmerman. ers (1964 Season) (Section 28. civic Interests. Commission
5. Old business: If you have a house and want a Co-op .
Dinner will be 110)
served at
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a. Approval of plot plan for U Correspondence. Student Council has been Jump. Visits Mint; Finds see us, we can work up a trade
p.m.Tuesday Royal palm Club.b. Ing tool They are adding fin
and Wednesday<< of this 7. Reports:
week, the mobile chest x.ray Review Zoning and Plait a. Report on Red Tide meet. Ishlng touches to the new con. Coins Are Sound If you have a Coop and want a house .

unit will be in town to give nlng Board recommendationre ing held In Tampa 21064. stltutlon which will be broughtto PHILADELPHIA (AP) The see us, we have listings that may suit you.
everyone free chest x.rays. This signs. b. Zoning and Planning Board a vote this coming TuesdayIn 27.member Assay commission,

Is beneficial to you as Indlvt. c. public hearing (10:00 am.) 1. Interpretation as to uses an assembly. visited the U.S. mint Wednea. If you have any of these and want to sell .
for the haring
duals and to Everglades as com. purpose permitted In "J" Business day to Inspect silver coins mint.
munlty. so please take advantage complaints or objections to District re. distributing sta. Naples students have felt the ed In Philadelphia and In Den see ui and list with us. We are traders as
the following amendments to tion with no sales on pre. excitement of Miami having the ver In 1863. well as sellers.
the Zoning Ordinance of the mlse.c. "Beatles" and "Peter, Paul,andMary" The commission, set up by
City of Naples, Florida. this weekend. The Don''t continue to bo unhappy with, what you hew chock
Board of past law 172 years ago, split Into
Zoning Appeals with ut to ... wh.t wo now hvo In our tr.dnhl. ,
Good Week In Revision of Section 2950. 1. Appeal No. 108 from E. E. only problem that arose was that three committees for the day. wo will. try to mako you happy with a tatiilactory trod,
Same-Height regulations,shall be Bailey, 1111 6th St. So., some of the girls don't think long testing ritual.
amended to read as follows for a rear yard variance of that our teachers appreciate tal. To no one's surprise, the AS. CONTACT
County BuildingSeven Section 2859. Same .Height 612 square feet (6th St. Itllth ent, or whatever It Is supposedto say Commission found the coins
regulations. Ave. So.) be. perfectly sound-as It has for WESLEY G. DOWNING
new housing starts in No building In any ".b" Neigh. 2. Appeal No.109 from Emily the past 172 years.Oldfashioned Realtor
the county added up to a good borhood Shopping District shall M. Craig re. granting of ex. Bob Deeks made a surprise cooks Associates
$94,600 week, County Building exceed fifty feet In height,excei* ceptlon to the provisions of appearance Friday. It seems would< Earl
a I Official Carl Clemmer reports( as hereinafter provided.For each Section 28.82 (c) of the Zoning that he wasn't expected home un. try chicken in a combination of Frye Rufus Burnham Erwin Downing
Largest permit of the 12 Issued building erected In "I.b" Code Insofar as it al. til next month. Bob graduated lard and butter; they also used m 766 Salt Aiuc South, Ninles III Oxiic| First NiU ) LUdc
during the week was for a $20,. Neighborhood Shopping District, facts the South 110 feet of from N.HJS. last year and has this combination of fats for ,Vflihv.u" 2-2179 un.\
000 house on Ridge Drive In pine one (1) parking space shall be Lots 13 and 14 and the since been occupied In the Air creating rich flaky tender pastry
Ridge. Rutanberg Construction provided for each 400 square feet South 110 feet of the West
Co. will built it for John J. of floor area contained In said 8.1 3 feet of Lot 15, Block .' ;*\. ll1r ljtjUij; IlImmz\: I Ln'' jj.m: \'Wt.'i'' '. :itk: : :,2} :;' '<'':'k,'''' '': 7 ,::: t'
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Carmany. building, and provided further, 11, Tier 3, Town of Naples,
Michigan Construction Co. is that each building shall have a Florida (Cor. of 10th Ave. '
building a $19,000 residence at minimum three(3)parklngbpji) South and 2nd Streets)
Marco for Herbert Sullivan. W1U ces. Revision of Section 2S-C4. 8. Adjourn ;: We Are Proud To
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11am B. Stone inc. Is the con. Same-Helght regulations,shall be Note At 12:00 noon, votes are .i :::
tractor for a $11,000 residencefor amended to read as follows: canvassed and results of eleo

Avery Klssee Naples South. "Section 28.64. Same-Height lion proclaimed.Immediately fol. t OBSERVE OUR 15th
C. L. Williams Is buildinga regulations lowing, elected Councilman shall
$7,920 residence on 106th Ave. No building In any "J" Business be sworn in and vice.mayor ap.
nue In Naples Park. Not faraway District shall exceed fifty feet pointed.
on Vanderbilt<< Drive. G. In height, except as hereinafter
Stellmacher Is having a $7,680 provided. For each building : /9.Jt.9 FRIDAY( FEBRUARY 14th961L
residence built by Bachant Bull.ders erected In"J"Business District, :

one (1)t parking space shall be
Gerald Benfleld Is building a provided for each 400 square ,' / I
$6,000 house in Avalon EstatesC feet of floor area contained In ,"., .. :, .'
Ilubschmann is constructing said building, and provided\ low cos I Itoq > ,. .'<'"\ / "/. I
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a $4,000 seawall at Isles of Ca. further, that each building shall '; .W' \, i'jri. : i-t:, '. \\t,,
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The fully furnished Alaskan Apartments In the center of Naples' financial 'J j:,> Stock BANK Capital Stock $ 400,000.00

district offer a good return plus unparalleled appreciation possibilities.The ::i.' Capital $ 50,000.00

proposed expansion of the First National Bank as well a* the additionto w @ Surplus I 360000.00

the Piccadilly, plus the toning change requiring stricter parking for ;$; Surplus 15,000.00 Undivided

Fifth Avenue commercial buildings, insure the future increase in value of ,y.; ProfitsY
; Reserves 10,000.00 I
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4th AVENUE, SOUTH To the of '
: I you people Naples and Collier County .

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Ho Our thanks Your patronage has made this '

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U I ,i' BANK growth possible. j

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The ale price of this strategically located property is $58,000 with as littleas i ,

$15,000 down. We think this is one of N.p'esgr.atest' investment r 1
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 18, 1961 y ,; .a 44 $ \\oJfo'+X1at: 1rII"_ ikrll31MfJnunokalee to keep the tots occupied while ,,

r : their The parents ladles work.who will take A ," Y'' r' '' .,.
BATTLE OF THE HUSKS News care : t,
i I of the children are Mrs. Annie
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I BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) Belgrade buses, and easier toare Fuller and Mrs. Margaret

: The battle between red and at night or in rain. ., .. .,... ,_.._. ,_.. Cheeseborough.
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I green city buses ha* ended with Green won and now all the p- .y'rl -'-' -tN'TNY vM'e4. Swings and toters along witha .
: green the victor.It red buses are .painted 'Dedication services for the for their twd ( IIiI :Uoni, Rev. slide are provided for the
green new Immokalee Child Care Cen. Stalworth gave the uevotionaland chlldrens' entertainment when
started more than a year STREETS$ ARE PAVED ter were held Sunday at 3 p.m. represented the various chur. the weather permits outside play
ago when the city bought I ISO TUCSON Ariz. (AP) Trophy with more than 100 people on ches, In the efforts to create ing. This Is the first child care
Leyland buses from Britain. .
company owner Mort Tuller nays hand to watch and partlcloar, the child Care center.A center to be set up In this sec
They were painted grren. But all some people do believe all that The cervices were conducted beautiful rendition, "it's My tlon of the community and has
the rest of Belgrade' buses glittrrs is gold. under the direction of E. C. Deslrewas presented by soloist been a long needed facility here.
were red, Mo painted the sidewalk in Williams, principal of Bethune lot ii. Luella N. Lee Presently, plans are being madeto
Green won supporters quickly. front of his store gold, then School and chairman of the Co. make a house-to-house can.
They said it was easier on the lored who LOTS OF HELP
Committee
noted that many people refused Migrant vass all over Immokalee to try
eyes, calmed drivers and was to walk on it, most of them stepping was master of ceremonies. The Mrs. Randolph Fuller Jr.spoke to raise $1,000 to furnish the
more harmonioua. Red' backers the for the United Church Women
Bethune band played Star center and to help defray ex.
out in the street to
around .
aid color tradition for go
that was il. Spangled Banner and Heratlus of Naples presented a check for penses during its Initial year
$100 to help get the Child care of operation Everyone will be
Center Into action. Mrs. Eliza. urged to contribute $1.00 to this
beth Chambers, representing most worthy cause.
business people of Immokalee r
presented a check for $10 from rf
Lovely Chapter 59 of the Orderof
Eastern star Mrs John COley '
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presented a check for $10 from
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Masonic Lodge 59 to cause. Im.
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mokalee High School Principal Can Li.
FrAnk Warriner, representing J .e
the Immokalee Migrant Commit.tee ,

spoke briefly, as did Elementary --->----.;;;.- I v FULL GOSPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH, and Timothy (shown) will be playing

Newsome, School representing principal the Bill Im. by Copt. Fred lowton, Director formerly known as Naples Revival their instruments and singing in a

r'" f III'' mokalee Chamber of Commerce; Marine Safety' Raytheon Center located in Avalon Estates, trio arrangement. Miss Maureen
Rev. Harold Shearer, represent. Company & Amerlca'i Cup from ..
championship South Naples, has announced that Shakespeare Birmingham, Eng.
tailing
Ing the Mennonite Volunteer master
vice director, and CommissionerPete Sere Evangelist Gerald Derstine and fam- land, will be t teaching a special lesson

Doub. ily of Sarasota will be ministering to the children in the first part of the '

Many hours of work and plan. ODfgAl H6 again Sunday evening at 7:30: p.m. service.. The public is invited to at-
; WRAP YOUR BOAT IN A PACKAGEI! nine went Into the creation of ANU'f(
the new Child care center and The Derstine children, Joanne, Phillip tend these services.

The new Boat-Owners Package Policy protects against virtually every all of those appearing at the .-- "
you speakers rostrum had varying rSEJw Is, he said, "that we are slm.
hazard when you're in our beautiful bays or on the Gulf. Even in dry degrees of work to their credit Keppel Finds ply not reaching hundreds of Alice Gnaw Cable,

dock, your boat still wears Its protective package wrapping) And, best for Its creation KgtPooERAr/NG Hope In Civil thousands of children who are Railroad Signal
MAUVA45AOGIgRO in
Commissioner Doub cut the now our schools. You knowit
of all, B..A'| Boat-Owners Package Policy can save you money p9r- ribbon and I know It, and the public
after which the first child F'i YOV/r t lJGtAAPPAu. ;: /( Rights Movement Short Circuited
much 25% of what are now Don't wait until knows It."
haps as as you paying. to register at the center was .
your present policy expires. Call today and ask about the F Aunt"" Owners Charles Lee Strickland, 5.year eL&rROA/l FMf'- ATLANTIC CITY, Nj. (AP) Unless this is accepted as g L OSAKA, Japan (AP) Fourteen .
...... old son of Mr. and Mrs Frank M&r 7'U17 SPARE.XESIAC& -u.s. commissioner of Education starting point to work for new passenger trains on Ja
Package Policy. (' J!04. $, tdiT. Strickland entered the newly corn. M6Al1S FOR FA(W TYPE Francis Keppel told the na. solutions, he added, "we will be pan's busy Tokaldo railroad
f4ww'tp! pleted building. tlon'i school administrators today lost." were delayed from 5 to 4b min.
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Inside, a total of 30 beds are that despite the enor. utes Wednesday by a malfunc.tion
BENSON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. available for children left at the navrvee oeeAM TCPBISZD moue desegregation pressureson 15 Die; Bolivian In a railway signal
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nursery by parents on their way WILL KEEP YJv "ON them, "I say, thank God for Officials found that field mice
the clvll.rlghts movement." Bus Leaves Road had gnawed a cable, which got
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to work.
The building has a ItI" ,
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870 FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTH : 2.5141 kitchen where meals fosrGM6R.GeA "It provides the very oppor. soaked by. rain and short-cir
tables are pre.pared /&&5. tunity we have been lookingfor" COCHABAMBA, Bolivia CAP) cuited. '
chairs, and books
to fulfill the promise of education -A bus dived off a winding LIFETIME SINGER
mountain road Into a ravine
as the conqueror of
poverty
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and the of near here Thursday, killing 15
harbinger hope, Tom Williams, 9urs ,IJ. \\run
he declared. passengers Thlrty.flve others he arrived in thin
For years, he said, educators were Injured, 22 of them seri I Enl/.lim..r.? / died reccnth Oisirut.it. X<>.limnI Parr I
MOST have talked of the apathy of ously. _-_ ___-,,, all those 80 he
fri yearn : sung m the
FFTHE ci slum parents and have argued CALL THE NEWS FOR choir of the Climb of the \H
that "we can't teach their children RUBBER STAMPS cenotthere..
because they are not Interested
In education." I
"But now, out of the civil .
rights movement, we are learn. FLY NAPLES i
log differently," he said "We
MIAMI
MICHIGAN HOME are learning that many of these J
parents are Interested and have
finally found a way to express New
their Interest." Year Round Daily Schedule

"If we can't deal creatively
'r with this motivation for whichwe Naples To Miami

have looked so long, If once 7t45: A.M. 11130) : AAA. 3.45 P'M.:
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r i.. :}'", tJ<,'- f!?,: q our times, It will," he be said the tragedy In his address of 9.00: A.M. 2:15: P.M. 5:00: P.M.
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,''IM< <'\ for some 25,000 school ad. Connection and Reservations to any point in the world
'. ministrators.II .
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conqueror of poverty City Ticket office Niplm Travel Agency 4 Conwr
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I team entered In the baugh 193, John Piercy 191, W,,,-This series gives Ev high it dl.
Bowling\ Proprietors Association
Hudson 188, Scott Wolfe 189, vidual game and high series tor
of Florida tournament for
junior Wes Miltner 180.
Sharpshooter the league to date. Needless to
bowlers Is as follows: was Ehaner> with the 3.9.10 and say with the aforementioned.. .

BANTAM BOYS-Reggie Lord, altho he made a nice pickup of slstance Boat Haven won 3 from
Danny Brack, Paul Mason Jr., the 1.2.7.10 It Is
not a split be. Firestone thus putting them ina
David Loach and
Kenny Roark. cause the headpin was standing. 1st place tic with Metalcraft
BANTAM GIRLS .
.Susie Bell, KITE OWLS Laura Clark who won all from Alander and
Linda Unkeless Terry Graham turned in a nice 519 using a 198 Sons. Carl Armbrust high witha
Cynthia Bell Chris
JUNIOR BOYS, ..Glllesple. high, Hazel Abraham son 481.1 88, 603.220. Gus Seaberg regls.
Brendon
Wanda Rice 476, Rose Morrison tered a 591.201.207. Al Southeyhad
Haynes, Jim Sheets,Jerry Davis, 475, Ruby Riner 470, Marlon a 564.208. W. Abernathle
Danny Mulltns\ and
Eric Daniels. Lessey 462 Katie Stull a beau. rolled a 211 single U.Waistrom
JUNIOR GIRLS ..
Ann Scott, tlful 193, M. Lowery 177, Nell. 208, Dennis Salmon 209, Fred
Pam Bell Susie
Repass and, Barbara Fortin, Kathy Ine Mann 165, Nancy Keen 160, Alander 199, Duane Dunham 198,
These Sorensen. Donna Hatley 159, Ann Davis and CC Boyd 197, Tex Kaverman 196,
teams all won local Bertha Bradley 157, Joanne Jim Lulejean 194 and Jack Hat.
trophies and their scores were Mandevllle 155.154 Bea Mohr. cher 193.WOMEN'S. 1
mailed in to compete for state r I
bacher andDeeShimer 154, Fran. CHURCH Nancv
awards. Announcement of win. ces Fltzek 155 and NancyChesser Dun listed high for the nlte with
ners should be forthcoming soon. ISO. a 472.185. Dot White fired 213
The local teams .1'1P
were entered SUGAR 'N SPICE. Leading the for a 462. Jane Herren posteda .
from Brookslde Bowl.BROOKSIDE .
Cinnamons as they took all from lone 166, Rita Baker 154 and
Nutmegs were Mae Davis 416. Peggy Hood 152.
BOWL
COMMERCIAL 155 and the S.7. and Libby! Tread. MEN'S CHURCH Chris

with a 539.190 led Fred Clark well 415.153. Eloulse Williamshad tlan, with the aid of Wes Hen.
Pittman Fun.
the highest series for the
son 571.209 and Allen Blbbee's
t eral Home to
Publtx. Charlie a clean sweep over morning as she used a 212, con. 213 single, won all from Trin.
Rice was the verted the 4.3. and had a 551 ity No.1. Frank Crittenden
talented one for the nlte witha set. Cindy Brisson was behind recorded 223 loner, Glen Llles
599.245
Joe Salmon 568.216. ,
Ken McConkey 564.200, Vern Al. her with a 523.214. Marge 212, Artie White 192, Frank Hat. are
Thomas tossed a 213 loner.Cole.
cher 181.ROCK .
len 557.214 and f ni
young Jimmy Ine Arthur.l Cf1 av.185,Bebe Moog LL
Haynes 471.161. Paul Abraham. 'N BOWLERS The :
and Joa Sharp 180 Mary Kline
Armbrustas i
spotlight was on Mary
son posted a lone 200, Gene M.
167 Julie Yanson 167 and the '
Tessler 203 Chick she rolled a 211 for a 527.
Egnor 201
5.7.9. Jo Loach 164 and the 2.
Linda Sauchelll produced a 485
Herb Fries 196, Walt Brehm ,
195, Buck Perry 192 and Joe 7.10, Betty Geltz 161.160, Flor. Ethel Jones 474, A.Castenlr 472.
Cleary 177. A 160 ence Coe and Wanda Jones 161, Ethel Dlnaburg 467, Gert Dunn
single seem.
Polly Pearson 160 and Marie and Oleta Miller 465 Shirley
ed to be popular for the league ,
Weaver 156. well .
Bowling over
and was tossed by Em Emerick, Johnson 475, J. Meltzer 469.
their were Anne At.
average :
Ed Tutterow, ??Gay Mike Pike, M. Shlvel 457 and Annie Follls
klnson 153 and the 5.7. B. Nel.
Ed 454. Singles Dept. showed Joyce
Harroun and Jim Croak. Dick
157 510
son and the Jane Her.
Cole Haslup with a 187 Mary Buck
the expert converting the ren 147-twlce Janet Williams ,
0.7.10 183, Loretta Easterly 182, Ida
148 Ruth Morris 145 Irene Bell
,
CONSTRUCTIONEERS .. When Morris 156 and Ret Poyer, Marge Seaberg Marg Lee
150.152 Mary
Sawyers Carpet and Tile won all Ingram 131. 169, B.J. Broughton 166, E. Cole

from Sunshine> Suprex there was MERCHANTSDon Elferdlnk 164, Marty Little 161, Ina Bunt. 0.q e
only 31 pins difference from high with games of 212.214.218 bomb Ing 160 and Jo Wickham 178. x
man to low. Marvin LeMasters Honors for bowling over aver.
ed out a 644 and led King In.
listed a 537, Don Chesser 535 surance to their win over Ful. age go to Bessie Combs for a 157,

(his highest In league),Bud Mohr. ler Industries. Bob Steele, Sr. Judy Daughtry 123, Dorothy Bol.
len 130, Gae Buck 145, L.Runkle
bacher 522, Gene Chamberlin was high for Fuller with 589.
508, and Gene Tessler 506. First 211. Marhoeffers' teams bowl. 132, Wllma Mllner and Ethel
Florida took all from Condition Crltean 134.COFFEE .
ed each other and No. 2 won all
ed.Alr led by Tom Miller 519. DONUT eo Hermine
from No. 1 with an assist from
176. Townsend Produce won over R. Golden 576.204. Mike Yahl Huher with a 384.133 led Sankato

Beach Cabinet with an assist from with a 543488 led his team, the their win over Holsum. Sandy

Ron Townsend 512.190. House Yahl Bros., to their win over Hackney took scoring honors with
Electric took Richards Roofingand Dunbars. Rae Hendrlx.ln the a 475.165.! Terry Murnan list. w

their high man was John groove again-listed a 582.201. ed a 467.169, Jean Vogt reached

Stull firing a 584.223. Jerry 203, Leon Snyder 575.212. Nell a 182 loner, Alice Jensen 156,
Winebrenner blasted a 216 sin. Van Wyk reached a 233 single Bowling well over their averageswere

gleton, Ralph Leigh 214, Glen Bud Hogue 209, Jr. Smlpson 201, Audrey Sober 134, Helen ,
Yager 199, Jim Croak 190.192, Ed Buscemi 198, Claude Jolllffe Tracy 148, Bobble Henrlx 140, I
Ray Dagley 193, Jack Bliss 192, 194, R. Schwelkert 193, Danny Leona Pllson 146, Chris Hatcher !
Earl Campbell 189, Duane Lyons Hayes and H. Etoneburrer 192. 149, Janie Prtller a 369 set,

196 and Verl Harris 194. Jackie FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC Jackie Morgan 388, Ruth Felsch

Call converted the 4.7.1 Oand Onnl Sub Divisions took all from Con. 345.
BIG CYPRESS MIXED.
.Swamp
Plpponen 6.7.10. tractors with the aid of Tex --

WOMEN'S CHURCH Out. Kaverman 562.226 and Fred H111.man' Rats were with the victorious aid of W.over Aber.AirBoats Harbour House Port Hay el office In foreground. Prl..'.., IV deched. et the toot ot cur town. Port Reyel Pooch Cluk end IoU It ot MOIICO
standing for the nlte was Hazel
lone 224. Acreage won In background.
Abrahamson with a 534.219. overrunning with Don Elferdlnk nathle 518.183. Panthers took

|'Luclll Lord r cor d.klAfiS4 5S6'kndilbb'dbbott 551. Don's all .trPCQ.1' front f3op.C.C.oyd Ca\s WM\.t 416 dptm.ealSl'st ahd.! -f i!* <#&a>. 4-938 ** &f L &x rfft*
178, Marg Miltner 471.181, Jean high a 205 and Bob's 198. Joe ;
Vogt 438.181 and Merle L. Harris Salmon has another 600 to his Shirley Wardrip 4 Cf1. Gene Tes. Wide and/deepVocean-gomg: salt waterways..at the foot off your lawn

458.192. Wanda Rice couldn't credit using games of 232 and sler was out front for the league I v'
quite make a 200 but came up 215. Rae Hendrix reached a 594 with a 556.1 i6, lo Henry 464. I / ,

with a 198 and the 5.7, Ruth with a 221, Charlie Rice 581 163 and Bet.:! Deal 451. Bud And tnot's only port of whet Port Royal offers to those who hove a fondness for salt water and

Dodge 170, Tess Hill 166.161, with a 201, John Stull 572.192 Schessler Hall fired 205 a B.lone Graham 207, Tom 179, uncluttered beaches, together with tho assurance that these will never bo Invaded by tho tour
and the 5.10, Vivian Jones ISO, Ken McConkey 566.214 William ,
Marcie Winebrenner 146 and Jones 555.205 John Zate 550. Edith Stone 185, Marie Erickson Ing multitudes .
,
Hazel Krleck 145. clarlbelle 163, E. Abernathle 171. Maude <
205. Ned Dorsey blasted a lone
Hudson the marksman with the 237, Wes Henson 202, Gerald Walnrlght reached a 153, Jane 1 1. Port Royal Is a well-established, ex. are provided by d.ed not conversation,
Herren 151 Ann Schessler 150
5.10.MEN'S CHURCH East Na. Golden Kelly Ed 200,Harroun Ike Wolford 201, and Richard Earl and Helen Parker, 141.BOWLERETTES elusive residential community comprisingover 13. No property sales are made except In

pies Methodist was the winner Cannady 190, Ev Baldwin 197, Leading 90% of the southernmost two square Naples or to those who have made personalvisit

over Emmanuel Lutheran ably as. Em Emerick 192 and Leon Sny. Nicks to their win over Bill miles of Naples, with |. 143 families in to Port Royal and seen us in person Andno
Helen Hen.
Stone Builders was
slsted 167 and by Bart Nell Hicks Hannaford 191 single.462. der 199. son, 444. Brehms Atlantic took residence and many more homes build- sales are made to persons other than those

Vernon Allen fired high series pine lanesCONTRACTORS all from Jima Sunoco with Terry Ing this season No promoter's dream of who have been accepted for membership In

for the night and led the Meth. A split In Muman's assist, 502.199. Ul "what is to be," the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
odlst No. 1 to their victory the 9th frame of his 3rd game Miller tallied 513 with a 181, committee.

over Assorted Christians Vern cost Ev Baldwin a 700set. Games Marilyn Spindle 500.182 Lucille 2. Work started more than ten years ago It
used games of 182.263 and 202 of 249.223.211 gave him a 683. Lord 486, M. Vanchura 483, r
14 The .
and
was continued without modification of the d foregoing are not "rules regu.lations"
482 Jeanne Mel. t a
Chalonder Lucille Perry ,
for a 647 set. C. (He bowled on lanes one and two. ?
listed a lonely 208, F. Reden. the ones roost people object to.) tzer 474, Jerl! Jerabck 469 and origmcl vision until it became the reality it ,. which in any way tend to limit your

Hazel Aldacosta 462. May Grant complete freedom to the which
------ 185InaBunt.Ing is today. enjoy livability

Sunday, February 16. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B produced a solitary Port Royal offers. They are measures of -
163 Belle Miller 158, protection
3. More than 6Vi miles of boulevards which
Scaggs 155.154 Vera designed to guard
Margaret against any en
wind the beautiful laid
Zwicker and Ruth Nichols 156, along waterways were croachment on your pleasure and anythingthat
Ruth Batcher\ 155 and Frances out and paved, exceeding the standards set by --
might tend to depreciate investment

The Agency With Personal Service: Walker a nice 140. the State for Its primary highways. Also proper View ., ,,.. Dining .a fttt Ir.,.l flush C/w,. Compatible, congenial neighbors your are some.

Bowling Standings drainage was provided for every foot of thing that money alone cannot provide

I IA boulevard. Of course, all facilities such as property can be members. To them, member.

(Continued on page 10) Naples city water the finest In Florida 15. We do not think that we overstate the
ship Is without with the
given
ibis for protecting you your electricity, telephone, television cable, etc are their facts when we say, "Port Royal Is one of the
family, homo aDd bucinwf COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) On available throughout the area. property finest plates to live In the United States" We
the
theory that bridge surfaces
InMirabU threat
fiinit nary
of low through a 'planned progr freeze before roads because heat 4. More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Coconut 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach ClubIs are confident that you will agree if fine
can from underneath homes luxurious
m of protection fturonteodby escape as surroundings, congenial
comp.nloe of unquestioned well, an Ohio Slate! University palms.and other exotic trees were movedin unsurpassed In Florida and equalled, per. neighbors climate

Anenciel traeagtb.F research team has !insulated to line the boulevards and other land.areas, haps, in only a handful of America's more superb and deep salt
the foot of
undersides of two Interstate hifh- distinguished restaurants water at your lawn, appeal to you.

way So bridges far, they with say foam.results show 5. Port Royal properties are not "lots." Theyare We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

F uninsulated bridge surfaces re- 'large, interestingly shaped private estate 11. Every home in Port Royal must be designed inquiry at our office Harbour House

main frozen 30 per cent longer sites. Properties range from one-half acre to by an approved architect and built for Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive One
iKsmncE Acuct ....
than the
adjacent highway while
several I acres in size homes In Port block
Insulated IS its owner.. Though there are east of Gordon Drive
bridges stay Icy per
______
lK 6S1 Slfc A._.. s..tII cent longer. Uninsulated bridges 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on Royal which cost several hundred thousand

,....e 2-5141 freeze earlier than insulated ones wide which dollars, it Is possible to become resident of
also, the researchers alY. deep, ocean-going waterways
Naples, Florida The team la working with connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and Port Royal for a minimum investment of approximately

Ohio's Department of Highways. the intracoastal, waterway to the 10,000 Islandsto $55,000, including property, .sl.)

1 the south. dence, and landscaping Properties range in

price from $13,200 to $45,000, apart from

NOW 7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot building costs.

:WASHINGTON FEDERAL of your lawn, even if your boat is a 90-foot
12 Every possible protection Is providednow

MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON yacht and for generations to come Only single Y

8. Port Royal's Beach Club is on 425 feet family dwellings can be built, now or foreverNo

; JrWifS and COLLIER COUNTY of white powder sand beach, directly on the speculative building is permitted no cooperative

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

IHltt A PROPERTIES structure without peer on either coastor any kind. Space required between rest

/PISMINCEONEOEtiL Loans on commercial and residential anywhere in between," said an eminent dences is 60% more than the highest zoning

nmnas fiocuM wiotu prep.AI.sapartmentscooperotiv.s -*' journalist It was designed by John Volk of requirement In Naples No overhead electricor

TO rout tOUItEMENTS.cemd.miniums Loans for land loans for and refinancing Palm' Beach, one of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross
acquisition developmenl
Ytrri-PMOM-VIWT Florida. streets or enter homes except underground.
GUI MOITOAOI LOAN DI/AITMN>

MIAMI BEACH (This applies everywhere except In the two '6 (...kfnf, "."" ...*.. M. Out IM.--AAV P..lII
1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE FLORIDA 9. Memberships the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve' ( ," lit f.nfinj I. I.,.."'.. /..,,,,. *r ,". ',

JEfferson 88452WASHINGTON other sensible protections If.,., a*..,. Club (Pttt I* based lutlnf ",<,,' -I I
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, Februa/y Iff, 1964. Bowling Standings1'1I'ln. PL Ingram Chevrolet 36 30
Pampered Poodle 57 27 Grants t## 1 341/2 311/2
LinnBBBrookilde
1 Naples Floor Cov 53 31 Chessers Wash 0 Mat 52 34
BowlCONTRACTORS Brehms Atlantic ,411/2 42 I 1/2 t t Grants ##2 30 36
i Stone Builders 39 1/2 441 In!i Bank of Naples 30 36 i I
PL Sims Sunoco 39 45 Anchor Lounge 29 31
Boat Haven 22 10 Flame Lounge 38 46 Trail Cleaners 28 1/2 371/2 'A
Metalcraft 22 10 Nicks 27 67 Naples Federal 241/2 411/2
Moons Masonry 20 12 .J ,
I t>y.I Firestone 18 14 CONSTRUCTIONEERS BB SUGAR 'N SPICE. BB ,. .
BAD Builders 18 14 Townsend Produce 59 33 Sages 59 1/2 28 1/2 ,,'ity' y1'n
Daley Distributors 16 16 Sawyers Carpet M 38 Paprikas 58 30
Naples Supply 15 17 Naples Federal 53 39 Cloves 511/2 36 1/2
Stone Builders 13 19 First Florida 53 39 Cinnamons 49 1/2 38 1/2
Conditioned Air 11 21 Conditioned Air 150 42 Nutmegs 48 1/2 39 1/2
I Alander &Sons 5 27 House Electric 50 42 Dixie Crystals 46 42
Sunshine Market 48 48 Gingers 45 1/2 42 1/2
i MEN'S CHURCH PL Richards Roofing 43 49 Allspice 43 1/2 44 1/2
St, Anns 44 40 Win Turner 39 153 Rosemary 36 52
I First Christian 44 40 Allied Paving 39 153 Sesames 321/2 551/2
Trinity 1## 1 42 42 Naples Police 36 56 Peppercorns 32 56
Bonita Baptist #2 ,42 42 Beach Cabinet 30 62 Sweet Basil 25 1/2 62 1/2
a Trinity ###2 ,41 43
BonUs Baptist ##1 39 45 COMMERCIAL BB MERCHANTS BB ..-
Brehm's Atlantic 62 30 Naples Marine 42 1/2 23 1/2
WOMEN'S CHURCH PL Plttmans Fun. Home 52 40 King Ins. 40 1/2 25 1/2 r P01CH
Daffys SO 1/2 33 1/2 Wimps Texaco 50 42 Dunbars 35 31 BEDRM 2I x
.1 y eM c mtiw Emmanuel Lutheran44/2! 391/2 Blgleys 49 43 Roses Texaco 35 31
Holy Bowlers 44 1/2 35 1/2' Palm Lake Tr. Ct. 48 44 Ed Davis BIdrs 34 32 II X 1 II I '
Trinity #1 40 44 County Engineers 421/2 491/2 Kwtk Chek 34 32 J-i..L: ".
St. Anns 38 1/2 411/2 PubUx 42 1/2 49 1/2 Marhoeffer N2 33 33 tn .,
., Trinity 1## 2 32 52 Pauls Texaco 42 60 YaM Bros. 33 33 __.___
Incomplete Anchor Lounge 41 51 Isle of Capri 32 M .
,*e COFFEE 'N DONUT PL Tropigas 29 1/2 621/2 Fuller industries 29 37 .
Itsjj COFFEE'NDONUT-PL Naples Printing 24 42 ,
Sugar Donuts 62 22 WOMEN'S CHURCH BB Marhoeffer N1 22 44 nM
Luzlanne 48 36 Christian Pinheads 37 29 .
Expresso 46 1/2 371/2 Methodist 35 31 FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC BB
Holsum 38 46 Dlablos 34 32 Acreage 62 26 T
I t: Sanka 38 46 Gutter Dusters 311/2 341/2 Sub. Divisions 62 26 )
Beechnut 38 46 Mixed Christians 31 35 Consultants 52 36 "
Maxwell House 37 47 Question Marks 291/2 36 12MEN'S Financing 51 37 L ,
'g ll Folgers 28 1/2 55 1/2 Estimating 44 I/'Z 431/2
e I hi BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL CHURCH BB Real Estate 44 44
A ... Ospreys 52 32 :. ,
- -- -" -' --"- Methodist ##11 61 27 Designs 381/2 491/2 : !l';
LIGHT FANTASTIC--John Nash Ott, filmmaker, scientist Seminoles 60 34 Assorted Christians 67 31 Developers 38 50 i'
and former banker, believes that light energy affects Panthers 47 33 Methodist #2 43 1/2 44 1/2 Investments 3'71/2 150 1/'Z S .. ;.{.
Gators 42 1/2 411/2: Christian Men 39 1/2 48 1/2 Construction 35 153i
the physical functions of plants and animals. In his Lake 7 .k
Pot Holes 42 1/2 411/2' Emmanuel Lutheran 35 1/2 621 If;i 32 56
Bluff, Ill., lab. he studies these various effects.IR. Planning DINING LIVING '.
White Herons 41 43 CARPORT'
E. Nap. Methodist 271/2 601/2 Cooperatives 311/2 156 1/2 j .

b'e... : .. ':;: :;'" :: :' : : .':::: BobCats 40 40 In earning $244,403 in 1963 9x11 ((1X22 ,
f: { :: d the Want .(Ads:::: f : .r::: Razor Backs 37 47 KITE OWLS BB the 3-year-old .I
trotter Speedy Scot
::::::::::: :: : e.a...".... t :: .,''.. : \. :.,''"..::.. Swamp Air Boats Rats 37 27 47 57 Sea Conditioned Treasures Air 471/2 38 181/2 28 won the nation' four richest .
trotting events
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L-SHAPL <.. uitd in the linng-ilining l room of Plan 11.4 127R anal tn the kurhrn Ihr /ninfc-
from & UJ dining room has cross lighting and truss ventilation; the kitchen failure economical buck-to*
are I back plumbing with the bathroom Bedroom hug a ,\''I''II.I''U,. rlmrt 1 itilh floor.ta.ceiling!
( ( InLr bi fold doors Both bedroom and tiling room open 1111 the sen enrd porch M illi sliding J/IM dourt.
\ An Indoor planter It bl'lilllo/ the corner of the porch Jon Htintr 1000 SJnl St \irtH, .V.
r Petersburg. Fta, 13710, also has included a sdwagc room behind dir nitport 7'/hi home, inn-
taint 627 quart feet of flour tpacc.


Tropical Beauty At New Reduced Price with their pocketbooks in the
Look Ma No HandsAP aisles
Perhaps someone should also
> .' ? 1 y.nra from the amall, luxurious kind
: : t4.WI.aturll money separated shop invent a
: '. t .' Whether you're a sport about ping allowance. The appropriatename that attaches to a "beltless formal
}>. I' I.ifr """it. P. vour money is another thing but for it Is Siamese. gown with a fancy jewelled pin.
.. ,, '!Ii .\. .. .: you may find yourself parting Still This would accommodate the lady
another is a wovenraffia
....,. :to .. ., .,.J1,::\. with some of It for the whimsical number with a gold chain that who is averse to leaving her bag
";. 'I::" ,. .1)) : new straw handbags which borrow on the table, or banging her
.' ..... ) ..\....,... practicality from the sportsmen. "Catch hooks "onto it was a created belt. Called for the partner's shoulder blade with it
',
) ; ., 4. "!land" bag is the wrong while dancing
lady fisherman hunter, or moun .
I ;. ; ', ..word since these are not handledby tain climber who also sr'
.f. ,., .t. ,/ .. must hang
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hands. A shoulder bag for onto a pole, or Run. If a recipe calls for beef stock
:. !.. '' Ii example, is not one but two and there' none on hand, you
; : rdt'j 7 ," Y' r w purses hanging front and back, This hook-on version seems a can dissolve a beef bouillon
.", : ..,. and hinged together at the aides. likely idea for women in restaurants cube in boilong water and use
\ :.. .'.- ::4J f :"'\" i This perhaps keeps the rent, guilty of tripping waiters this beef bouillon for the stock
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This beautiful home is located at 306 part of this fine home. Over 2,600 Featuring' -

Yucca road and faces directly on the ft. of living area in the house, plusa

17th hole of the Beach Club Golf 2-car garage Only 2 blocks from Kentucky fried ChiektK ,
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Course. Three bedrooms, 2 baths and the Beach. This home reduced to Only Col. Saunders can

i a fully electric kitchen make up a $59,500.00 prepare it. Come in today or

tonight from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

for the most delicious treat of "

EXCELLENT BUY PORT ROYAL LOT your life.A


Situated on Naples Bay with 127 feet frontage on Galleon Drive and bucket, a barrel, or a box. Bring one home 1

approximately 230 feet deep. Really 1 lot and a half. tonight! The bucket a full meal for the whole
family. The barrel a main course for larger

gathering Th. box an individual dinner.
PRICED AT ONLY $23,000.00 There' a take home package for every size family r '

every size appetite.


We also Invite
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the Public Admmistra Sunday February 18. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11'STlUG

r r- Mali Jong Is Sweeping Hong KongBy "I Scouting official lion, Housing jointly Housing and survey local Scout the i: :

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GEOFFREY HO I Enters Scouting potentialities of a given 1'-r--r.-t---------------------------- _._ _
nlversary parties are considered neighborhood They determine the !
HONG= KONG (API)-Whr ", number of acuvs and potential
ever you go In this city! you .,,- Incomplete without games. The Scouts and the availability of
host usually sends Invitations Inner-City
,
hear the clack of tiles mingled meeting place: Committees "t
k with a footnote reading: "come parents are formed to sponsor
with cries of joy and despair HOISTON. Tex (AP-Robert
earlier for ma) Jong." troops; adult leader are trained; f
Of Hong Kong's 31.' million Pomeroy, Boy Scout district executive 1 local businessmen churches and
Mah Jong is a popular game
population, an estimated 2- mu.! was confronted one civic orgamiationt are asked to 1 1r
well
for non-Chinese as as
evening by the razor-sharp point lend a hand.Opportunities.
lion are playing mah Jong A ef Chinese, Many Portuguese, of a twitch blade against his also are huntedfor
The game Is played with tiles r Indians and Eurasians are mad stomach at a troop meeting in boys to earn money to pay
similar to dominoes By drawingand n about the game. Some of them this.city1 tough downtown ection their membership fees and buy
discarding, a player triesto C uniforms and equipment.The .
rank Hong Kong's best
among The wielder of the knife yes
result are decisive whenever
obtain four sets of three tiles
pla\ers, a young hoodlum who didn't want Scouting penetrates the
each plus a pair housewives sessions us- his street friends becoming Boy .
For inner-city S\\earey sax* He r h'
To many housewives, mah (long J ualh' start after lunch and list Scout. gives one example: In a section
J
has become an almost Indispensable Pomero disarmed the bc>. of Detroit, juvenile delinquency
until midnight Saturday games who fled his .\ week
on bicycle
part of their lives dropped from 1.821 to 780 cases
/ are often extended to Sundaymorning later he returned to a troop meeting a year after ,community force
They play seven days a week ,
f According: to a report made were mobilized and the number
and at least 24 rounds a du I Veteran players take pride in later he had been impressed by of Scout units a* increased from
Many break off In late afternoon marathon the Scout executive's fearlessness 23 to 60.

to cook for their folks, then resume games recounting that lasted nonstop three days and few weeks in disarming he joined him.the After troop a : .\I.O\G-The: businessmen of Cawker City,

the game after llnner j nights. and Pomeroy says, "this was If1U want your skillet-fried Kan., are stringing along with Frank Studer They provided -
Thousands of office workers I I Stakes range from a few dollars just a fen months ago. but already l. chicken to be crisp, roll it inseasoned a shelter for his I two-ton ball of string.
flour and brown in
spend the last few minutes at to $100 a game. \ Hong he"has come a long way IS plenty 01 shortening. Cover the I
work making arrangements for businessman Is known to a Scout. skillet until the chicken meat !
Kong i*
This I i. Read'
not an isolated incident I the Want FAds I
an evening game. have lost more than $50,000 In according to Ray ftSueatey half tender, then uncover for the -t
IM half of the time,
Some of them to looking: _
manage unfinished buildings. In rooms quick meals to squeeze in between one night director of the Urban

squeeze in four rounds during without doors or windows dimly gamesSometimes. 'O.Ing a thriving business RelationshIps Service of the ,' _!* ', ," ':"' *;.*-.; : :
National Council, Scout of
the one-and-a-half lunch break lit bv kerosene lamps people rent hotel''in this congested British colony America. Boy

C They call this "healthmah Manv coolies andpeddlersplayIn rooms or beached sampans for'are some 100 licensed mah Jong Sweatey says that Scouting.
!jong"-meaning It produ a re. allev ways and on !sidewalks' no other purpose than to play''parlors They provide tables, tea shish is observing its 54th year vW.c.\clto/s Art ;all
taxing break between workinc When shops floss for the day, mah long and hot towels-and also "mah- in the United States reaches r8
about :S of the
in
hours they are often turned Immediately People also play on yachting::jong legs," a popular term for per cent boy .
the but 10 .,
country only per cent i.Aeuu near .U .LL. >
After a hard dav's work, r'o!,'. Into battlefields for clerks. excursions and In swimming costumes players, parlor "legs" fill in :Df the boy in the depressed PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
structlon workers set up tit iec All Chinese restaurantsadver on beaches. when the clients are short of "inner-city"area* of U.S. cities.
on the rough concrete fhnrs of tlse "mah Jong menus"-special Birthday, wedding and an-,pla>ers "The objective of our present
Original
by
paintings recognized artist
The parlors operate from noon drive is to bring our program to i
!i1 more boys in these areas where
to midnight CV rators collect Scouting I la most needed" he
commissions from the pot for says, "Ue are working closely
every hand. A medium-size parlor with housing officials, urban renewal -
tables nets about authorities, settlement 1 WJ1t
with 20 tIf
VOTE FEB. 18 FOR and neighborhood houses,
.200 a day.Clients churches, schools, civic organitationa -
can play any number and the police" Frames Individually Designed
:
of hands. A player often walksIn Sueatey aid one of the most !
alone, plays with three parlor effective mean of penetrating flench Shopping' Area t tr .'j

7 "legs" and quits when he con hard through-preaaed clone urban cooperation areas with Is ,,)>:," ';.' n 1 [ III ... at.,, \

Robert L. siders he has won "enough,"
or has lost all his money.

t'' ...1 Lander To SpeakAt

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Shriners Meet

COMBSFOR On Friday NightCarl

Clemmer,president of the
Naples Shrine club, yesterday
alerted all Shriners. whether f
S # members of the local club or .
not, that "some interesting da. ,
velopments" are to be discussedat
r M the next monthly meetingFri t "
day, February 21. All are ,
City i Council urged to attend, the social hour
being from 6t30 p.m. with dinner ,
at 7130 p.m.
In addition to the discussion of
events scheduled to take place
2 Year TermCombs'ls during the year and of possible
other programs which may be
developed, those attending will
,hear a short talk by Don Lander, ,,...." kiRi
agricultural agent for Collier
County Lander's subject will be "1
"What the Land of Collier County '
0I for. Is Doing for Us".
I As usual, the social hour and t1'll .wi
dinner will be held at the 19th
hole of the
Beach Club Hotel. It i
Is important that reservations be
made by calling MI 26948 or
Progressive Efficient and 2. 827 during the day, or MIi
2-4433: after 9 p.m., Clemmer

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12B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 16, 1964 FDC Approves summer campaign will run in Painting 'I'

publications with a combined,
$300,000 Spring circulation of about 100 million, sr il Of Lincoln Didn't
the commission's advertising d t .;
t E Florida's Oldest Living Campaign Of Ads agent, Louis Benito, said.Benlto a a l 1 Bring Good Grades
said the '
campaign was
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The' aimed at bringing tourists to 1 BAKERSFIELD, Calif. CAP)
Florida Development Commission Florida despite the aR Police say two 13yearold
.. New York
Governor Still Active approved a $300.000 spring: World Fair. boys stole an oil painting of

and summer tourist advertising In another action the commission Abraham Lincoln and took it to
campaign centered on art festivals 1. school Wednesday Llncola'sBirthday
Editor's Not Another cam. gave Chairman director
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Florida. off and
on for more than and a snapshot contest.
Wendell Jarrard a vote of >in hope of getting
palpi for governor of Florida is con.,
100 years, at Pensacola, Port St. The new programs were made good grades
under way. Six men who held Joe, Jacksonville and Tampa, public at Thursday's monthly fldence. Suspicious .
teachers
the highest office In the state but betting had been outlawed.By meeting of the commission.The Commissioner John Beckett of the questioned
boys and learned the
are still living and actively par. this time, dog tracks were spring campaign's cost Fort Myers, who brought in> the _
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In { source the 8x5 foot painting,
In stints formal l
tlclpatlng public operating in the Miami area and will run to about ( OOOO I.Rdw111 resolution expressing valued at
oO,000. Sam
the following series of Sunday thanks, said the action to owner
horses raced at Downs. was
Tampa consist of paid ads and dlstrlbu Rudnick said it
was
brought
storles.thelr administrations are The 1931 Legislature passedthe tion of calendars of arts festi. counter criticism of Jarrard. He West In
covered
reviewed and the career of each racing bill and Carlton didn't say what criticism he wagon days.The .
vetoed >
Is brought up to date. vals.The meant but there was comment boys had carried it 12
It. Dan ,
Chappell
a young summer program will be blocks to school, right past the
Miami lawyer and politician, leda much larger, consisting of about after an audit report showed police station.
This series was suggested to campaign get It approved.The worth of shortcomings. commission pro. ''
$250,000 ads. Theme of '
'i. rr"rt One boy was taken to
Juvenile
the AP Florida Idea Club the cedures. T'
by + House overrode Carlton's the campaign will be the tourist atls'a 1, tw.,.,,,,",,, "," ;+ 'i" ..,1 Home; the other releasedto
Key West Citizen. veto by three votes, the Senateby snapshot contest. The top win. Kilts worn the E\- .- .. --.... -...:;... his parents.

By GENE PLOWDEN one. Chappell later started ner wUl have a choice between zone warriors of Greece sometimes SHOW 0 NTH E ACROPOLIS I The ancient Aeropolls. with the Parthenon They didn't get a good grade.
,Sunshine Stud and
has been
a live and
porpoise
Associated Press Writer $1,000 cash. contain more than 40 yards standing at the summit, I la shown with a rare cover of anew. The few vlaitor found alghtae ,
prominent in the breeding and
Display ads to promote the
TAMPA (AP- Florida's old. racing of thoroughbreds ever of material. lng .somewhat. .. risky _afoot The eix'hour snowfall tied up traffic In nearby Athena Everyone Read The NEWS
est living governor also Is one of since. --

her busiest and most respected When his term expired, Carl.

citizens. ton resumed his law practice in
Doyle E. Carlton, who occu. Tampa. He was spatial attorney
pled the governor's chair from for the state in the settlement! of
1629 to 1833, still practices law
the John Rlngllng estate, a vast
In Tampa, as he has since 1912, and complex legacy which gave tt,
and Is at his desk before 9 the state the famous Rlngllng ';
o'clock each day despite his 76 Museum and mansion at Sara ','

Years He is senior member of the sota.When Carlton was governor, th e man

law firm of Carlton, Fields,
his salary was $TS00 a year,and
Ward, Manuel, Smith and Cut. he had to dig Into his personal
ler, whose practice covers most funds to entertain !guests at the
of southwest Florida. The bust. executive mansion, He left office
ness occasionally takes Carlton with less than when he started, 4
back to his birthplace at Wau. but he had not sacrificed behind
honesty t
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chula, where three of his broth. and integrity. t'
ers and his son still live. j1DlraC
The son is former state ben. In addition to his son, Carltonhas It ti ,
ator (Doyle E. Carlton Jr., who two daughters, Mrs. Martha ce
is with his uncles and cousins in Ward, whose husband is his law

an extensive cattle and citrus partner, and Mrs. Mary Ott of .
business. Tallahassee, and several grand
children.
The former governor Is chair.
man of the board of trustees of Carlton has been active in the

Stetson University, where he State Chamber of Commerceand
was graduated He also obtained served as Its president He
degrees at the University of CM. was chosen Tampa's No. 1 citizen e.
in 1955 and was a member
ufO (1910)) and at Columbia
1912. of mission.the Federal Civil Rirhts'Com.

Carlton served as state sena.
tor from Hlllsborough County In A gifted orator and a learned

the 1917 and 1919 sessions otthe gentleman, Carlton's long and
Legislature busy life was built on a creedso

Carlton's campaign for gover. aptly stated In his farewell

nor In 192S was based on a address as governor
statement made to him years be. "I have always lived in the
fore by William Jennings Bryan, faith that joy would come in the
the dlver.tongued orator. morning, when the sunlight of

"I am counting on you, as a God's truth would shine unobscured .
young man," Bryan said, "to upon the achievements I
carry out my policies. I believe believe to be real, and upon pur

the greatest need in America to. poses whose purity and patriot. t
day is faith In the wisdom of do. ism no man can question."
I
ing right./ "

The campaign was long and HuntingFishingPublic 1t
bitter; second choice votes de.
tided the Issue. Carlton drew MeetingSet

77,569 first choice votes and28,. r
470 second choice voters For Immokalee

Sidney J. Casts, a former gov. TALLAHASSEE Hunting and '
ernor ((1916.1920)) polled 68,984 fishing rules and regulations for i

and 9,066 respectively. Forts A. the 1984-65 season will be dls. e tt ..
,, Hathaway, road board chairman cussed at 29 public meetings to ,
under a former governor, re. be held throughout Florida bj ,, k

//I celved 67,849 first choice votes; the Came and Fresh Water Fish '' .
John S. Taylor 37,304 and J. M, Commission during the months e,

Carson 3,271. Df March and April. The 4th -
In toe general electionwhen District Meeting will be held
the state voted for Republican it Immokalee on March 5th.
Herbert Hoover the first time
b
According to A. D. Aid.
Florida
voted Republican since ich, Commiaslondirectorthese
1876 Carlton got 148,453: votes mnual meetings represent an ef .
and William J. received ;
Howey tort on the pari of the commls.
g'OIIL
lion to provide the sportsmen of as
When Carlton was Inaugurated
Florida an opportunity to
express ,
"I Jan. 8,1929, the state was In
in opinion and to have a part
bad shape financially and
physl. Ji establishing both hunting and
cally. The great hurricane of 1
1'v
ashing regulations. The public 6 ra
Sept. 16, 1928 had crashed 1 meetings/ also provide the Com.
ashore In the Palm Beach.FonLauderdale ;
mission an opportunity to explain
area, swept across the reasoning behind certain r
regulations.
Lake Okeechobee and then followed .
The final 1964.63 rules
the backbend of the state
and regulations will be .
established
to the Georgia Line, leaving 2,.
at a meeting of the a
000 dead and millions of dollars \
Commission In Tallahassee in
damage.
late April, after all 29 public
Even before, the Florida"boom" ,;
meetings have been held.
had burst and scores of
banks had closed. Virtually every The early pro-regulations public .aR:3.: ',. ,
I county was burdened with meetings and the annual
bonds for courthouses schools, rules and regulations meeting ti
I roads, bridges and canals will serve several beneficial pur

\ As governor, Carlton put poses. The public meetings in
through a plan for distributing March and April will allow
I the gasoline tax on this basis sportsmen to voice an opinion
two cents to the State Road Department while the memories of the last

two to the county bond hunting season are still fresh
fund and the fifth to the count| In their minds. The early meet.

ties equally. Two thirds of the, !rig dates will not conflict with
county's cent was to go into the, summer vacations and it is hoped
school fund and one-thlyd to the, that this change will create a
lateral road fund. A sixth cent larger attendance at the meet.

was added, tor schools and in.j loge The early dates will provide .
stltutlons of higher learning. a margin of time in which -;

Changes were made in game, the Commission may have avail.
and fish, green fruit and tax col. able current regulatlonawhenthe e 'J
lection laws. But one of lh season opens. '?" ,

most controversial was the bill 1 intormatlonregardfngthet!
to legalize race track betting and place of each meeting mew
Race tracks had* operated in be announced later.

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flie man behind the miracle is one of over 3,500 a dynamite operator helping dredge canals at turned a wilderness into a modern thriving city at

"men behind miracles" at Gulf American Land Golden Gate Estates. He's part of one of Florida' Cape Coral: on Florida's Gulf Coast. 13 road miles
Corporation developers of Cape Coral and Golden
Gate Estates. most impressive success stories, an employee of ahomegrown southwest of Ft M>'ers. They are transforming raw,

Florida corporation that has proven, virgin acreage into land suitable for subdividing at
He a riveter working on the eleven
new that
story modern-day miracles can be accomplished. Golden Gate Estates, 13 road miles from Naples.

Gulf American Building in Miami, Florida He's The man in this picture and the hundreds of They are members of a team which is literally
1, an engineer building streets at Coral.lIe's!{
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