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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1964
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craft warnings displayed 40th YEAR NUMBER 144 8 Page 10 CENTS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 196-1 Add one hour for Marco

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CAIRO (AD Invitationswent
out today to the 2r nationsof
the 1961 Belgrade ,onferenceto
send representatives to Cey
City light'It long to lay the groundwork fora

aligned new summit countries meeting of non.

A spokesman for the United
r'r Arab Republic, which has joined
appeared at noon today that Polling places are the fire sta. If the voting pattern establish. Yugoslavia and Ceylon in seek
fewer than one out of every four tlon for persons living south of ed two weeks ago holds& today InC a new ,conference said the
1 Naples voters would cast ballotsin Fifth Avenue South; First Meth. the final total toda1 will be preparatory meeting In Colombo
r today's two-man runoff electionfor odlst Church for those livingin between 6 00 and 7 00. March* would seek "a new
a two-year term onClty Coun.ell. the central part of town; and f 6>ttiUlon" of nonalignment
.... It Is Interesting to note that
-' Church of Christ for voters
1.-_ .. q. the Combs polled 831 votes and
BILL SENTELL Contending for Mayor Archie living north of Golf Drive and Mayfield 685 at the Feburary 9 TURIN, Italy (AP) Lulgt
Eighth Avenue North.COMPARISON. Lupl v firth In a family line
Turner's unexpired term or election when 2,082 voted. There M ,
Council are Robert L. Combs are 2,709 registered voters. that has operated Turin's Clan
EntersCommission James T. who fin duja puppet! theater since the
and Mayfield
A noontime check of the poll. 1700's
early died at his home
Ished first and second in a four.
Ing places showed that the res. Monday. He was 78.
Bid way race February 5. None of pectlve vote totals are 158, 113, State To Ask 8'
the candidates obtained a major. and 98, for a total of 369. The SAIGON Viet
Nam AP)
of the votes cast so today'srunoff ( -
ity ,
In District 3 was made necessary, three-precinct count at noon Feb. Death PenaltyFor About 470 persons have died of
ruary S was 911. cholera In South Viet Nam since
In the intervening two weeks the current epidemic began ear.
B.M. (BlUSentellformerCltj) of Combs and Mayfield have conduc- Tax Cut Bill In Jack RubyDALLAS ly In January, the Health Mln
Councilman for the City Na.:1 ted a quiet campaign. Both can. istry reported today
pies announced today for Count] dldates as well as City officials (AP) Dial Atty. The epidemic Is regarded as
Commissioner for Collier Count] have been hoping today's turnout Effect 8 Days Henry M. Wade, questioning the still dangerous but waning.
to represent District No. 3. would be better than it apparent. first prospective juror In jack
Sentell Is formerly from Knox., ly will be. Ruby's murder trial, said today
villa Tenn.. where! he was Ir After PassageWASHINGTON "we will ask for a verdict of PANAMA (AP-The Organi.!
the general contracting businessfor : STILL TIME death.ItThe ration of American Slates, try.
33 years and owned a part There still is time for voters (AP) Sen. jury candidate HUlardM. lug to break the flve.week dead
of a large hardware and whole.. to exercise their franchise ate-House conferees on the tax Stone, an Illustrator, said he lock in the U,$).Panama dis. ,
sale house. though The City's three poll. cut bill have made sure the na. felt he could vote for the death 7 puts, shifted Us peacemaking
Sentell moved to Naples 1 ing places will be open until 7 tlon's wage and salary earners penalty. effort bark to Washington today
years ago and purchased an apartment ,. p.m., and all voters in line at will get the benefit of the reductions Ruby sat between defense attorneys after evident failure in the Pan.
house which he later re.., that time will get to vote. at the earliest possible Melvin Belli and Joe imanlan capital,

sold.He moment. Tonahlll. He kept his eyes riveted
has been here for 7 yean They agreed Monday to ac. on Stone. He showed no TOKYO (AP) The Commu.
and is married to Martha K. PO Officials cept a Senate provision which change of expression when the i i'OJ' nlst Liberation Press Agency -
Sentell and has two daughters, will make the new lower with question of the death penalty I Viol Cong charged today
both of whom are residents oi Silent About holding rates in the bill effect came Into the hearing ''U.s. Imperialism and its lack
Naples. tlve with pay checks delivered It was the second day of .. ey." made wanton bombingsover
Sentell points out that In hU eight days after the measure is Ruby's trial. .. ""'- the Ban Cau area In Tay
tour on the Naples City Council Cohn's Charges signed into law. Nlnh province Feb. 8, of South
he backed the bond Issue for ROP. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., "OH, NOI HOW WONDERFUL! Mrs. ceremonies at the league's fourth annual Viet Nam near the Cambodian

recreation streets storm s* WASHINGTON (AP) Top head of the House group and Tass Has VersionOf Jack Meadors (seated) Is saying as,4Mrs. Valentine affair and shortly after border.
and the City Shop BuildIng .. officials told Quoting a statement Issued by
conference chairman
werage government postal the
.; taken Mrs. J l Elms
Oscar Yanson Informs her she picture was Stealey
facilities and he was one pi have, refused to comment on newsmen it was decided Mt Tai the! get Cong Radio Peking
the first advocates of capital Im J charges by ROY M. Cohn's"at. ).1onday"* session "'to announce' Ruby's, \,>as 'been named ""Queen of Hearts'*.at. last year's .qu..'lii., 'vjevtMitU:', *.',.r'4\ A.,>3 Acre\ than 1,000 houses and ''\

provement through permanent finance '. torneys that the government has only the decision on the effective MOSCOW (AP)-Tass report. the Queen of Hearts Ball sponsoredby Meadors queen for 1964 The honor temples were burned down, and
for the City of Naples, been intercepting their mall for date for the cut In withholding. ed the opening of the trial of more than 900 people were
Is for work
Added Sentell: "I am verj more than a year. The conference Monday sue Jack Ruby In Dallas Monday asfollowss Hospital Service League No. 1 at given outstanding hospital ; killed or wounded.
Interested In working for a bet Cohn'slawyers have asked for ceeded In getting through about the Beach Club Hotel Saturday night. Mrs. Yanson is president of Hospital
ter and more progressive Col-. dismissal of a perjury indict. half of the 208 changes made by
Dr. Daniel B. Langley was master of League No.1.1 (McGrath photo) UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
liar County and believe that m y ment against the former chief the Senate in the House bill. "The trial of Jack Rubinstein (AP) Britain and Cyprusare
experience on City Council will,, counsel of the Senate commit. Many major differences were (Ruby), who shot Lee Oswaldon reported agreed on principles
enable me to cooperate fully tee headed by the late Sen. Jo put aside for later decision. Nov. 24 last year began at for a plan to police the tur.
with the City In all matters whenwe t seph R. McCarthy R.WiS., on It was understood they agreed Dallas Tex., today. The court Long Agenda Confronts bulent Mediterranean island
might have a cooperative ef-,1 grounds that his mall and his tentatively to continue to allow rejected the demand of the defense ; with an International force whilean
fort." lawyers' mall has been Inter. deductions for state gasoline counsel for the Immediate Impartial mediator seeks
Sentell resides at 1291 Roy]t cepted. taxes The House had voted to closing of the trial due to the peace between the Greek and \
Palm Drive Naples and hat I "That's before the court and eliminate these as a deduction Insanity' of the defendant and Turkish Cypriots
been an active figure In local]l well have nothing to say aboutIt but the Senate version reversed began selecting the jury mem. City Council Tomorrow The BrltUh-Cyprlot plan also

and community efforts.Collier now," said Chief postal In. this. bers." -.; calls: for a consultative commit.
County will have opportuntty -1 B. Montague
specter Henry tee of U.N. members.CHATTANOOGA .
to vote for Democratic .Monday.! The Post Office De. I A lengthy two-page agenda a. Naples, and water pipe. Coun.
nominee for District No. !3 I 1 partment refused to comment. Court Lays Down waits City Council at tomorrow's ell Is expected to set a $100
Supreme Tenn. AP)
at the May 5th primary election,. "We'll make our answer in meeting, which begins at 9 a.m. SEE COMMISSION fee fur answering fire calls out. James R. Hoffa's, defense(won
court," a Justice Department at City Hall.Council side (lie city limits today a new chance to attack
spokesman said. will be busiest at 10 STORIES INSIDE Two matters with whlrfi Coun. the testimony of the chief goes
Tag Deadline But Montague without refer Rules For Redistricting a.m., according to the agenda.A ell has wrestled at previous meet eminent witness In the Teamsters
ence to the Cohn case, said, public hearing and a bid openIng legs will be up for discussion Union president's Jury.
"There is no authority to seize, are both scheduled for that tomorrow. They are the Royal tampering trial.

This ThursdayThe delay or inspect any flrsUclass WASHINGTON (AP)-The Supreme One district with 500,000peo time. The public hearing will Palm Club plot "plan and Peter U.s. Dlst. Judge Frank W1U
mall" without a court order. concern the proposed toning or. shall be Zornlk's for of
Court has decided to curea pie might have only one representative off.street parking space proposal use a son granted a hearing to deter.
office of A.P. Ayers The only flrsUclass mall that kind of national paralysis In in Congress or a state dlnance amendments to allow ,provided for each 4 00 square feet small residential: lot on Sixth mine whether: Edward G. Par.
county tax collector did a brisk may be opened without a court which politicians wouldn't budge legislature while another with buildings more than two stories :of floor area in a building count. Street between Ninth and 10th tin, a Baton Rouge, La., Team.
business in auto tag sales yesterday order he said, is undeliverable to give voters fairer representa. only half that many people high along Fifth Avenue, South. Ing upper floors as well as the Avenues South.Certificates. sters official acted Illegally
and today but it's due mail that has been shunted to tlon In Congress and state legis might have just at much representation. Under the proposed amend :first floor. of appreciation when he recorded telephone
to pick up even more betweenflOW the dead letter office where it latures. mints, buildings could not be any Bids will be opened for additions are to be presented to recreation conversations with Iloffa.
and the February 20 deadline ,. may be opened and inspected In For years the court was too This has worked to the advantage higher than 50 feet. The amend. to Water Treatment Plant center benefactor Lester
for purchasing 1964 tags. an attempt to identify the send. timorous to do this. It said it of the rural population, to mints also prescribe that one No. 2, a pumping station In East J. Norris and the center's ar

Ayers is asking car owners ti o er or the addressee. didn't want to butt Into the pa the disadvantage of the growing chltect, William W. Zimmerman. Rep. Walker
bring the pre-reglstration blanl( "The only other way flrsUcl ass lltical field. It took Its first big cities Council will consider a propos
mailed out in December and ti) mail may be opened is for a step two years ago another Forty state constitutions required al to erect street lights along
have checks already made out' search and seizure "order to be Monday. regular redistricting Zoners Favor Idea Gulf Shore Blvd. Files For New
Issued by a court Montague Council Its meet.
when coming in for new tags' First It tangled with state every 10 years or oftener to give : wllllnterruJt
said. "But the time element in. legislatures and now with Con. voters in all sections more equal lag at noun to canvass the results
"We can complet.tran.actlonl!s* volved makes that pretty .rare, gress. Congressional districts representation. But for generations of today's Council runoff House Term
almost as fast as car owner;s* since we are not authorized to like state legislatures' districts, some state legislatures 1 Ignored Of Fire 'Districts'The election count the absentee bal.
come in the office if they wll I I delay anybody's mail to wait fora have been lopsided for genera their own constitutions. lots, and seat the wlnnei'-either
do this," said Ayers. court order." tions. Congress has looked the other Robert Combs or James

way on this question of equal Zoning and Planning Board serve hydrants along Gordon Mayfleld as Council's seventh.

t. It") ,... representation in districts electIng this morning recommended that Drive. member. Council also Mil
'AFT j R tISAWvff members of the House. The City Council establish fire pro. The discussion on fire dls. choose a vlce.mayor,
[ Senate Is not Involved. Every tectlon "districts" to cover theo trlcts has occupied the zoning
t; r state, big or small, Is entitled t< city's non.resldentlal zones board on several occasions, and S
f 'I two senators District: No. 1, permitting only members screed that it was a Defense SplitIn
/A r
"SHOCKER"This fireproof construction as defln. valid Item for discussion despiteits
\ a ed by the Southern Standard Build. absence from the published
decision was a political Ing Code would extend through agenda. Kidnap Case
shocker It did more to stir out the city's motel, neighbor The agenda contained only one
state legislatures than anything hood shopping and business item The board stated by motion As Row
W in history In the voting field' zones that, In Its opinion a dls.trlbutlng Lawyers I
41 i Since then about 35 states, under District No. 2, allowing fire agency: for beer, with
the spur of the decision and proof or flre.resiatant construe no salts on premises, lipermit LOS ANGELES (AP) With
1 a the drive of cities and suburbs tlon as set forth by the H5BC, slble in a business tone. defense attorneys split over a
have taken some steps to re- mistrial motion that failed
\\r 'i district. But this is a slow, painful would cover the multiple-dwell Henry R. Hoffman told the Frank Sinatra Sr. was expectedto i
road. ing and light Industrial zoning board he plans to rent the back move Into the spotlight todayat

f Then Monday the court said classifications.The part of a building on Fourth the trial of three men ac
I board took its action after
l Avenue North to a beer distri
congressional districts in the cused of kidnaping his son.
of a 45.mlnute discussion, during butor. He emphasized that there The government wants Sinat .
states It was just talking which board member Richard -....
Georgia but the ruling applies would be storage only, with no ra to testify about the paymentof
generally-must be arranged to Morris, an architect, cautioned office on the premises $240,000 ransom to the al. REP. WALKER
the board against taking hasty
give "equal representation foi r r "People not In the build. City Attorney David Splngler leged abductors.His Rep. James L. Walker riled
equal numbers of people" so far Ing business don't realize how 1m. explained that such a use In bus. 20-ytarold son wound up Monday as a candidate for the
as practicable.The portant one little word Is In the mess zoning Is not prohibited three days of testimony In fed.aral Florida House of Representatives. .
court has set down no building code" he said specifically but neither Is it court Monday. The judge If elected, It will be
it exact measuring stick for popu. "Your building code never has permitted specifically. He did told him to stand by for a pos hl.. fifth term in the lower
; 1 U7Ltix1r lit Ions in a district.: It said been this strong before,"Morris note that other types of busln. ilble recall to the stand. house. At the present time
districting must be fair by pop. asses, such as a bread conc.rn. Sinatra Sr. nearly lost his day he has no opposition for the
ulatlon. It relied on the Constl. adding that the estab.llihment had established distributing at a. In court Monday when Charles house seat.Walker .
tutlon for lit authority of of fire districts would lions in business zoning. E. crouch jr., attorney for fee
hike building costs in a relive of Col.
course, citing those sections substantially.IT.SURANCESAVTNG6 Pendant Barry Keenan said an
out ot.court Interview by oath Her County ;nd a graduate of
which speak of apportionment The board will hold a spec -
boat Stevie. In by numbers and give protectionsto meeting February 27 at ta.m. ir defense lawyer prejudicedthe the local school system. He
FIRST TARPON of the 1964 season was Capt. Preston Sawyer's Building Official Bert Pinks ton lal Keenan. was p member of the

caught Saturday off Coon Key Pass the picture with the fish which Now citizens'Congress rights.at last may try will pointed save out on that fire Naples insurance citizens pre. revision. to discuss with Frank the M.zoning Robinson code 'crouch case asked against for a mistrial. Count; Commission to in theYlap'1051

by William Epstein of Morocco Ind.. weighed 190 pounds are, from left. not only to set up standards for mlums when the city's Insurance of Harland Bartholomew and As. Crouch told newsmen later 1959.
right who it's the first fish he Willis, Capt. Sawyer, Mrs. Epstein and districts but for congressional I rating ls upgraded. This up. soclates city planning firm. The that the article had created a The fifth term candidateis
says split between defense attorneys. active in
enforcement of the standards if grading depends on the city es. board has: been working on re- estate witha
ever caught. Epstein was the guestof Epstein. (NEWS photo) state legislatures b&Jked. cltizens tabllshlng fire districts and put. rising the zoning code for several "From now on, I'm working business office on the North

Paul Willis, also of Morocco aboard could sue In federal courts. ting in a bigger water line to months. alone," he said. Trail in Naplos.I .

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, February 18, 1984 Countu Realty Week, $439,200

County Find Safe With u_. M.H. Davis Properties. in". t.
In Checks County real estate transactions Lucille L. Norfleet, Naples, Lot Lot 4 and part Lot 5, BU 8, tl u I Eldo W. and Margie 1..6 ww-BUi A: Nathan and Rita R. 'Gli a"

$2,500 tor J JI the processing period end. 4, Blk 20, Unit 2, Bonlta Shores, Everglades, $1,500.l t Itt, East Naples, Lot Del. I,Coral Gables Lots 7 and 8
BusinessThe Taken In BurglaryBurglars I Ing February 14 reached $439, $1,200; Richard P. and DorisI Gulf American Land Corp., J H, Inomah Subd., $12,500 Mahin;; to B 200, bringing the total for the Courson to W.J. Wilcox, Na. to William and Mary DlFulvlo, bert and Dorothy M. ;$ ; M.H. Davis Properties'Inc.

County Commission at this hit again in Naples I month up to $976,400.A pies Lot 15, Eagle Acres, $4, Glenolden, Pa., Part Tract 112, (:onnle Hubschman, Morristown Isles of', :', ., to Gladys V. Lowe, Napl,'
morning's session voted to over the weekend when they broke total of 144 separate tran. 300;; Fred H. and Mae W. Unit 1, Golden Gate Estates, 1 K.J.! Lot 94. NO. 1, and Lots 32 and part Lot 33, Blk
supplement fee collections of the into the office of Naples Printing actions I was reported for the Edenfleld to Pearl Hlndenach, $3,700:; Gulf American Land (:aprl, $5,000;; William R.Connie 76, Unit 6, Naples Park, $1 I
Small claims Court to Insure a Co., 12th St., N. and stole the ]period, with the top deal reach. Immokalee, Lots 6, 7 and 8, Corp., to Pearl B. Chapman, ]Lorraine Needs to 300.. '
monthly income of $200, to pay safe contlanlng checks amountingto I II ing a comparatively small amountof Blk 4, Eden Park, $1,300>;, Alva Kalama oo, Mich., part Tract 1 Hubschman, Morrlstown of ,Capri N.J.,,
expenses. approximately $2,500 and 15. II I $33,500. There were 67 sales and Anna M. Ellason:: to Fred 124, Unit 3, Golden Gate Es. ]Lot 95, No.1, Isles H.
Attorney John Emerson appeared 00 in cash. with the value reported at less and EarleneShlverChokoloskee, tales, $2,800:; Clojde M. Mulllns ;$5,000:; Leslie S. and Jessie NAPLES PARKM.
before the board with Entrance to the plant was I than 1000. thomas to R.G. and }Ha eIShaI'P, H. Davis Properties, inc.,
monthly reports showing fee collections gained by breaking out a j Jalousie Sales of $1,000 or over with I Bonita Springs, Lot 15, Blk B, to Gladys V. Lowe, Naples part
considerably below this window on the north side of the .f values taken from tax stampson : } Little Hickory Shores, $2,500; Lots 33, 34, and 35, Blk 76, Unit

needed monthly income, Emer. building. Thieves had removed recorded deeds included the ..}.: f''vlI ]Dale)' Distributors, Inc., to 6, Naples park, $2,400; M. H.
son is Judge of the Small Claims welding equipment from a truck following t :Davlna Eockoloskl, Naples, Lot davis properties, Inc., toGladyj
Court. belonging to Loon McCormick, William B. Stone, Inc., ,, : 6, Blk 3, Naples Better Homes, V. Lowe, Naples, part Lots |j
The Commission is authorizedby parked next door, find had 14* to George K. and Leotls T. :$3,900. and 36, Blk 76, Unit 6, Naples
law to expend $200 per month parently attempted to use It to Carter, Macon, Ga., part Lot Ray and Nola M. Roberts park, $1,300; R. C. and Elizabeth
for this "public service" but the open the safe, as what appearedto 4 and all Lots 5 and 6, Blk 3 1 1F j jJ to, H.W. and Virginia M. Porter, R. Larimer to Warren C. Saun.
1963.64 budget set upbytheCoun.ty be part of the knob'of the safe 10, Tier 7, Naples, $4,000:; Port J Nashville, Tenn., parcel in Lot dare, East Naples, Lot 13, Blk
Commission amounts to only was found on the floor, When .y Royal, Inc., to William L. Mr. t tI 42 and Lois 19 and 20, Demere D, Naples Villas, $4,000; Eugene
$1,200. This morning's action they were unable to break Into the Clennan, Chicago, Lot 47, Ad. Landing, Naples Gr. and Tr.Go's Crawford to Retha Rutledge, 1m.
indicated this amount will be safe, they carried it away. It was mlralt Parade, Port Royal Little Farms, No. 2, J,500: ; mokalee, Lot 12, Blk 34, New.
the supplemental limit duringthe estimated to welgl1 about 350 $18,500;; Walter and Marjorie Albert and Delphine Shackes to market, $1,200; Naples park

present fiscal year. pounds. A. Sprlnjstun, Jr., Naples, Lot John D. and Elizabeth H.Sanders Shores, Inc., to John and June
Fred Hartford, one of the ow. 9, Blk 9, Unit 4, Aqualane I Bonita Springs, Lot 31, Bit 32, Mohr, Canton, Ohio, Lot 41, palm
The commission appointed a ners, discovered the burglary Shores, $9,000E.A.; and Grace Unit 3, Naples Park. $S90(>;, River Shores, $2,300; Naples
parks and Recreation Advisory when he went to work about + Walthers to John L. Shanlej, Joseph R. Spedalere to Jacob park Shores, Inc., to Eugene

Committee at this morning's session. 7 o'clock Monday morning. To 4J Rosl>'n, N.Y., Lot 13, Blk 9, L. and Mary F.Moulder, Fishers, and Catherine Mohr, Canton,
Previously, the Commission make matters wor:se the thieves 4. Unit 4, Aqualane Shores, $8, Ind., Lots 17 and 18, Blk 51, Ohio, Lot 42, Palm River Shores,
had asked various civic had not bothered to return the t< p b il< 000>;, Clyde D. and Winifred B. Unit 4, Naples Park $1,100;, $2,300; Esther H. Keets to MIlo.
associations to recommend can welding equipment they "borrow. LaMee to Virgil J. and Ruth M.H. Davis Properties, Inc., to ton Byrd Graves,Frederlckburg,

dldates for the advisory com. ed" from McCorm' Ick. Batcher, Jr., Naples, Lot 7, Blk WITH EYES big her of milk this 'Animal Bernard L. Payton, Shreveport, Va., Lots 8,9, 10, Blk 4, Lots
mlttee and the appointments were The safe was fou \ind early Monday _--- 'v D, Unit 2, Coquina Sands, $4, as as saucers La., Lots 34, and 35, Blk 38, 19 and 20 Blk 4, and Lot 39,
made based upon suggestions afternoon In t he woods near ARTIST'SORKAs deli 500:; William B. Stone, Inc., to of the Day" has been cared for at the Humane So Unit 6, Naples Park, $2,000;; Blk 12, Trail Estates $1,100;
from the civic associations.The the river at the tend of Seventh Elliott C. and Faith B, Fisher, ciety's new shelter through voluntary contributions Nell Hall Jones to Ingram Chevro.
commltUe will be 'comprised Avenue North. The safe had been cate as blown glass nature Naples, Lot 26, Blk F, Unit 2, let, Inc., Naples Lot 5, Trioangle
of Norm Herren, Bud pounded open app arently with a created this I masterpiecewith Coquina Sands, $22,000;; Natel A 1'/ year old spayed female calico-tiger cat, this Lake, $12,500.

Kirk, Ed Belavek, j. j. Walker, sledge hammer. 1 'he checks and Icy breath and driving Inc., to Naples Land Co., Inc., feline is just one of many being offered for adoption, City First Fla. Real Estate Mart,

and J. R, carter. papers were reco vered, but the wintertime ram' n Gees a. Tr., Naples, Lots 6,7,9 and 10, and may be seen at the shelter from 12.3 pm Tues Inc., to Wiley and Freda Fasig,
\ "- cash was gone. Blk G, Lake Park, $10,400John ; Martlnsville, 111., parcel In Sec
County Attorney James A CourtMunicipal
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reported a "hassle" over an Stanley B. and Victoria M.
Fla. Real Estate Mart, Inc., to
alr.conditlonlng unit used by the dart YrParleys f{ew orporation Bolger, Naples, Lot 6, Blk L, Edward Muszynskl,Toledo,Ohio,

Health Department in Ever Authorized For Unit 2, The Moorings, $6,500. To Sponsor Judge Thomas parcel in Sec 23, Twp 47, Rge
glades. It appeared when the Moorings Dev Co. of Canada, Brown considered 19 cases at 27, $1,000; Henry S. Minster to
health department moved to its Collier. County Ltd., to Rudolph C. and MarlonS. Monday morning's session of City Nick Cestarl, et al, Miami par.
new quarters in the old courthouse In Beers, Jr., Monroe, Conn., Court and in eight cases defendants ': eel in Sec 10, Twp 48, Rge 26,
the owner of the vacated TALLAHASSEE Secretary of Lot 16, Blk M, Unit 2, The Moor. Foreman. Safety Course were charged with more $5,700::; ; Henry S. Minster to Ward
quarters refused to permit removal State Tom Adams today announced ings $6,500;, O. Reed Jones to than one offense. A. and Caroline M. Tupper,
ofthealr-condltlonlngunit. the chartering of the rollowc01'Orationa Frankie B. Smith, Mlddlesboro, The day's most expensive case'I Bonita Springs, parcel In Sec 10,
Legal steps will be taken for FEC StrikeDAYTONA ) Ky., Lot 4, BUt P, Unit 2, The With the intention of increasing dance. All instruction Is in shop Involved two out.of.town men who| Twp 48, Rge 26, $5,700; Murray
Mallwood Corp P.O. Box 798 Moorings industrial construction sate. language and deals with daily were convicted on bookmaking
recovery.Tax $33,500;; Moorings ': Druce, Tr., to John R. and Helen
BEACH, Fla. (AP) Naples, Fla. (Collier County) Dev. Co., of Canada Ltd., to Paul 1 ty and aiding building leadership, foreman accident prevention problems charges Edward Miller of New, B. Lindquist. Brookfleld, 111.,
Assessor Sam Cording reported Labor and management confer Authorized stocks 1.000 sharesof G. Benedum, Pittsburgh, Pa.,,the Contractors' Association of "from an on.tne.joo stand Haven, Conn was fined $400 and parcel in Sec 15, Twp 48, Rge
another alrcondltlonlng today at the urging of Sea common at $1.00 per share, part Lot 1, BUt 1, Unit 3, The! Collier County Is sponsoring a point. Joseph G. Greenstein of Miami I
: Druie
26, $:;.700j; Murray Tr.,
of different nature.He zetary of Labor W. Willard 1964 in five-session night school Feb. Beach fined Neither de.
problem a filed Feb. 5, dealing Moorings, $18,000;; Moorings i was $300. '
to Gene A. Bernard Youngs.
told commission", ..>:.even Wlrti to see if they can end the real and personal property. Dev. Co. of Canada Ltd., to Paul ruary 2428. Board fendant was present in court I town Ohio parcel in Sec 22
the unit came on in his office violent Florida East Coast Rail.. Incorporators James Mallory, G. Benedum, Pittsburgh, Pa.,| The course from 7 to 9 p.m. Appeals and Miami attorney Sy Chadrofl' Twp,48, Rge 26, $4,000; Thomas,
suite in the new courthouse an i way strike. George Vega, Jr., R. W. Wood, Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Blk, Monday through Friday will be represented them. ft. Brown Adm., to Walter E.
obnoxious odor permeated the Assistant Secretary James J. all Naples, Fla., filed by G. E. 2, Unit 3, The Moorings, $30,' at Naples City Hall. It will be Denies RequestBy Chadroff entered guilty pleason I and Murlelle, V. Larrabee Na.
rooms.. AH searches have so far Reynolds, the Labor Depart. Carroll, Naples, Fla. 000;; Moorings Dev. Co. of Canada .. taught by R.S. George, industrial behalf of both men. polite parcel In Sec 22 Tp
failed to determine the origin. ment's top troubleshooter, was I4J., to Paul G. Benedum,, safety representative for the Chief S. B. Caruthers said he, pies, ,
to meet with Ed Ball, board Florida Industrial Commission. Mrs. CraigThe and hid I 48, Rge 3000.
He was promised help. DixonPrivate Jr., Pittsburgh. Pa., Lot 34,, Detective Jack Bliss Josephine Celardl to Joseph
chairman of the railroad, and Blk 3, Unit S, The Moorings, Described as a 10.hour fore. in an adjoining room of a Naple s
Coldlng presented another puz. G.E. Lelghty, chief negotiatorfor services were held $8,500; Moorings Dev. Co. pt P manship and safety course, the Zoning Board of Appeals residence and overheard Miller. W. Hazen Detroit, Mich., parcel 26
aler for commissioners with the the 11 nonoperatlng unionson yesterday for Allan R. Dixon; Canada, Ltd., to Henry N. and I series was reported by L.B. meeting Monday afternoon, turned persuade a local woman to make! in Sec 36, Twp 48, Rge ,
linesin strike. 64, of Manhasset, Long Island ., Walker Jr. district safety super. of Emily bets $5,700>;, Guido Clauss to Ferdi.
question "Do the property Kathryn A. Spottswood, Washington down the request totaling $340::; on horse races'
Golden Gate Estates extendto I I Wirtz sent Ball and Lelghty in the chapel of the Richard .too D.C., Lot 46, Blk 3, Unit visor of the Department of In. M. Craig, 215 10th Avenue South, The woman handed Miller a nand Schmid, Jackson HtS.NY.,
the center of dedicated roads, identical telegrams. Pittman Funeral Home. 3, $8,500.\ dustrial Safety: to include both to convert a second-floor garage check, and Caruthers and Bliss I parcel in Sec 32, Twp 48, Reg I
or do they end at the boundaryof "The dispute between the Dixon died suddenly Sunday instruction and class partlclpa storage area into living quar. then identified themselves. 27, $2,400; Naples Bay Indus.
the toad dedication?" Florida East Coast Railway and night In'the Marcus Monag. AVALON ESTATES tlon in Us two hour nightly meet. te r.. Greenstein watled outside in e L tries, Inc., to Superior Gardens,
The question went unansweredthis the nonoperatlng brotherhoods Is han home, 4155 Cutlass Lane, Lester Whitaker and Charles; ings. The board's decision backedup car, and was described as being', Inc., Naples parcel in Sec 36,
morning, but a further study now In its 14th month. The loss. where he was a guest. Nicholas to William T. Dresner,, "Part of each meeting is de. Building Official Bert Pinks "less involved" in the bookmaking Twp 49, Rge 25::;, $10,000; Marcia

was scheduled for' the afternoon es suffered by the private interests Born in,Baltimore, Md., Dixon Naples, Lot 42, BUt 1, Avalon i voted to presenting the prlnci. ton, who halted the remodeling so Judge Brown levied J Weinstein, to Walter A.andBetty
session involved are Incalculable. had lived at Manhasset for many Estates, $5,800;; John N. and I pies of good foremanship and at the plumbing stage City Coun. fines accordingly E. Brehm Naples, parcel in Sec
If the property line extends to The loss suffered by the public years tie,, was a retired electrical Florence R. Judge to Ophelia M,,I safety," said Walker, "andand ell will consider the board's 1, Twp SO, Rge 26, $1,800; Gol.
the center of the road then Cold. Interest Is intolerable. engineer, having been em. Kuykendall, et al., Lots 1 I I the rest of the class period action at tomorrow's meeting BAD CHECK den Fla. Acres, Inc., to Mae

ing's assessments will be a small "The recent bombings of this" ployed, for, 39 \years by..A.T.&IT. 2, Unit .1,' Bonlta Shores, $8,,, is student participation. Discussion; of the request< Moo? ErnestlneGoJf! ; JSof': :;Everglades : FMiHot/manr,. 32'Tyyf0R&0:;"
amount higher However, th* big, property"'Ire'outrageous''crlpm; lift\ waajreterft, of.WorMjWanj'W 'I 500j: BdnlU: ''Shores t3nc., tv I I' .. Cay Malls'president blillh3 -day' was lengthy and tompiex. was ordered to, pay '$0I parcel In Sec ; .
_. .._. __
i ... Corp..
.-JruiJteiKCas: *" 4'tlANerwgf the iOonar4! A <.U 31 $3,300 Calusa Acreage
problem-centers aroendtheffuunty's \ nal acts. /, Contractors nD'"u..UUIl. em. Attorney William D. Hlxon, re. fine after pleading guilty to writ. Inc.
problem in the future of maintaining "The interruption, this past tlunal Church, the Athletic Club, phaslzed the course is free and presenting Mrs. Craig, hinted Ing a worthless check and falllnE'! to the Webb Properties Sections, land ,
roads, approval by the week of vital defense operationsof Rotary and Fireside Clubs, all Otis given as a public service in co. that court action lies ahead if to appear In court two weeks age' Miami, parcels In
Commission and accepted for Cape Kennedy, resulting from of Manhasset.He Mrs Grace Q. Otis, 58, died operation with the Industrial his client's request is not grant to answer the charge 30, Twp 50, Rge 34, $9,
maintenance. The roads will be picketing, is a further Insufferable is survived by his wife, Monday at Naples Community Commission. ed. Hixon callmed that the or.> Grace Ruth Miller, 38, of Me.' 000>;, Bernard Sacks, Tr., to the
on private property it the lines price to the public," the Mrs. A. R. Dixon, one son, JohnA Hospital following a brief 111. "Our group feels that by mating .'dlnance under which Plnkston Donald Quarters, entered pleasof Webb Properties, Inc., parcels 50
extend to the center of the streets telegrams read in part. Dixon, a daughter, Mrs. ness. available top quality expertsof halted remodeling work is "ob. guilty to drunkenness public In Sections 21 and 22, Twp ,

Picketing of Cape Kennedy John P. Kortvelesy, Greenville, For the past three years she this type," said Male, "we vlously discriminatory," and profanity and disturbing the; Rge 33, $9,000.
Soviets Say U.S.Disarmancnt began after the railroad started Long Island; two brothers,JamesJ. had been a winter resident of can aid all contractors, subcontractors .., therefore illegal. peace. Her $50 fine was sus..
operations of a spur there. Workon Dixon of Riverside, Conn., Naples, living at 148 18th Ave.S. and others in the The ordinance prohibits ow.>, pended on recommendation ol f[: SUNSHINE
Plan millions of dollars in space and John T. Dixon of Mlllburn, and spent her summers at building trades to better understanding I ners of comer lots such as police officers Florida Sunshine Acreage ,

projects was halted when construction .,, N. J., and six grandchildren. her summer home in Harbor of the best principlesof Mrs. Craig, from building guesthouses James Dufer Berry 25, Oil Inc., to George A. Racine
Is Not RealisticGENEVA workers honored the Springs, Mich. operating methods. The courseis Pinkston said, in his opt. City, Pa., forfeited $100 bondin Aurora, Colo., parcel in Sec 21,
(AP) The Soviet'. picket lines. Work was resumed| Betancourt Says Born in Pelston, Mich., Mrs. open to all, members of the Non, conversion of the garage an interesting case. Berry and Twp 51, Rge 34, $2,400 Sunny
Union today rejected the Western > after the National Labor Rela. Otis was a graduate of Rockford association or not." storage space into living quar. Helen Hoist Berry, 50, Oil City, Fla. Acres, Inc., to William and
proposals for phased gradu.al tlons Board worked out a truce. Cuban Agents College, Rockford. 111. She had The course will be the first ters was in effect building a guest were charged with operating a Stella Preyss, oak Lawn, ni.,
disarmament as unrealisticand i There have been more than been active in community affairs of its kind offered In Collier house. Nixon claimed the garage motor vehicle without the owner'sconsent. parcel in Sec 24, Twp 51, Rge
said here appeared little i 1 200 violent incidents during the Still At Work since moving to Naples.She County and a large attendance is; was an "accessory building," They took a golf cart 34, $1,300; Gaunt Co., Inc., to
likelihood of East.West comp ra strike. The most recent were>I CARACAS Venezuela (AP- was the widow of the lateJ. expected. which are permissible on any 1 from the Beach Club but the Cecil Drake, Everglades par.
mise. dynamite bombings of freight:: president Romulo Betancourti E. Otis jr. who died in Feb. "We furnish the instructor, lots, providing setback lines are latter did not press charges, so eel in Sec 34, Twp 52, Rge 30,
Soviet delegate Semyon K.,I trains In North Miami Beach i Monday that Cuban agents, ruary, 1963. She is survived by class materials and visual aids observed. those charges were dropped $3,000; Collier Land Dev,Corp.,
Tsarapkln accused the western t I and New Smyrna Beach. although stifled by tough Venn two sons, Webster Otis of San without cost," said George All Hilton said the ordinance forbidding .' Berry's $100 forfeiture resulted to Walter G. and Anna L. Lind.
powers at the 17.nation dlsar.> The 1,300 members of the no .> ezuelan action, have not given Francisco, Calif and peter W. we ask is Interest, comfortable comer.lot owners from from what happened afteri sey, Miami, parcel In Sec 7,
mament conference of 'lack ol f: operating unions employed by'' up their attempt to make this Otis of Baltimore, Md;, a step meeting place and prompt atten.1, building guest houses was i I the golf cart was taken. It was Twp 52, Rge 31, $2,000; Dunstan
enthusiasm the railroad struck Jan.23,1963,, olUrlch South American nation daughter, Mrs. Frank p. Johnson up by him when he was serving( driven onto a public street at Smith, et al, to Wilma E. S.
after the railroad said it could I a Soviet beachhead. of Louisville Ky., and three Art as city attorney a few years ago. night, without lights, and Berry Collard, La Habra, Cal., parcel
H,. W, CLOUSER not grant their request for 10.2J I "All efforts to establish a So. granddaughters Covington ''I wrote It under Council instru., left the scene of an accident In Sec 1, Twp 52, Rge 32, $1.!
representing IheMETROPOLITAN cent an hour raise. viet beachhead here have failed A memorlU service will be tlons, and I told them at the in which he and the golf cart 800; Gayle L.and Belva M.Weberto
LIFE The unions said they can't at. but they have not stopped," he 1 held at 11:30 o-clock Thursday Showing Closes time it was Illegal." were involved, Michael Ravolese, East Hart.

I I -INSURANCE MAVMM, Now COMPANY,.... U. N, V. ford to settle for less than the> said "Many Cuban agents are>I morning at Trinltyeby.th8eCove Board members were chiefly Cecil D. Sherman, 25, Naples, lord, Conn., parcel In Sec 5,Twp
Life and Personal Accidentand national pattern of 10.22 cent i now Jailed but others are still Epslcopal Church with the Rev. concerned over the apparent lack was fined $15 I for failure to have 52, Rge 32, $1,900; Arizona Fla.
Health Insurance added to hourly pay of 2.42, in the streets"_ Richard T. Lambert, rector, officiating. Here ThursdayThe of a hardship on the part of car under control. He was found Land and Title Co., to First
P. 0 Ban 195 MI 23091 This was accepted by 190 Class I Interment will be at Mrs. Craig. The board ordlnuU]t not guilty of leaving the scene National Corp., Miami, parcel ;in
railroads in 1962. Don't Be A Litterbug Local current exhibition of grants variances only when a de.. of an accident.
I petoskey, Mich. arrangements Sec 21, Twp 5-1', Rge 33, 6600.
-IU ........
-- -- I are in charge of the EarlG. collage. paintings by Harrison, finite hardship exists."We would Sentencing was reserved for Sunrldge Acres, Inc., to First
Hodges Funeral Chapel. Covington at the Harmon Galleryon be exceeding our authority if we two weeks for Robert Anderson National Corp., Miami, parcelsin
Third Street South will end!: granted this," member Nick Wale Conant Jr., 18, of 1243 Embassy Sections 24. 3. 13 15 and 17,
To Thursday, February 20. Coving>, llngford declared Lane. He was found guilty of Twp 52, Rge 33, $14,060 Florida
way ahead Navy ton Is head of the Art Depart i petit larceny son possession of Sunshine Acreage, Inc.', to Stephen -
ment at the University of South 3 UNITS stolen property.
.J, Kaczmarek College
For Florida and recent winner of' Also of concern to the board I
for style and Desalting Point, N.Y., parcel In Sec 30, Twp
the national Guggenheim Award., was the fact that allowing Mrs. SUSPENDED 52 33
Rge $1,300 i Michael Sin
The exhibition Is the first: Craig's request would create i Joel Smith Harris, 17, of 150i
chak to
Emil j. PoI cnlk Ashta.
comfort Gitmo Water public showing of the noted I three separate living units o i 10th Avenue South, received a sus. bula, Ohio parcel in Sec 33,
Knowl. Florida artist's new work created I one lot. There Is a main house,,I pended sentence for driving with. 52 Miami
Twp 33
WASHINGTON (AP>- Rge $2,000
.Q'/ under the opportunities afforded I a guest house, and the garage i out lights and driving without a and
desalting of sea Investment Co. to Frank
edge ,
by his Guggenheim Grant. A re.stdent .. on Mrs. Craig's property. But: valid license. He has a valid IU
water gained by this country Elayne Purpura Hollywood par.
of Tampa, Covington will i Hilton maintained that the guesthouse : cense now. ,
eel in 34
SPORTCOAT since 1952 will pay off as the Sec 8, Twp 52, Rge ,
leave February 28 for Europe i Is on a parcel which was i I Bench warrants were ordered
United States moves to make $2,400; paollta Acres, Inc., to
with his wife and children from th for two and
to i purchased separately a men, bond was set
self-sustaining its naval base at Anthony Rocco, Bonlta Springs,
spend several months visiting; rest, and therefore there are twoi i I at $75 In each case. Joseph Rus.
Cuba. parcel in Sec 16 53 Rge
Guantanamo Twp
by major continental art centers a! lots, one next to the other. sell Spencer of Naples is wanted 33 ,
\ The Navy has turned to the a part of his Guggenheim Award. ZBA member Henry B.Watklns i I for running a stop sign In a to,Norman$1,500 I paollta Acres, Inc.,
Pa6i/l-Rea tJolnpa ry Interior Department to obtain a Opening Friday at the Harmon i jr. said it appeared to him the i, car with Improper license plates ter pa. W. Blase, west ches.
desalting plant which was designed Gallery will be a twcwrtlst ex. "two" lots are considered as i and on two counts of driving with, 53 parcel in sec 16, Twp
Rge 33 C.
A cool fabric blend plus root colors and \' 4 to produce one million hlbltlon of sculpture by John Rood I one by the owner, because of tie i an Improper license William Clary, Tr. ,to$1,300 John D.James Rosetta-
patterns makes the Zephyr Weight \. gallons a day but has been work. of the University Minnesota Art; layout of landscaping and a wallon Walker of Naples has been charg. bell ,
Sport<'Oat the imarteit. moat comfoit, ing so successfully at San Diego, Department and paintings by John i the property. If this legally, ed twice with driving without a eel Ralrlghl 13 Fort Lee, Va., par.
able iportcoat you can wear) Calif., that its output has been Teyral of the Cleveland Arr'In.i is one lot, "we'd be creating a, valid license Twp 53, Rge 29,
; The South Coast Const.,
e Dacron polyeater/cotton/ blend F r running 1.4 million gallons dally.! statute faculty The Rood.Tejral multi-family situation In residential ., Dan Barnes, 41, McDonald Co., inc. to Herbert and PrLs.
weighs: only a'4 ounces-to-the-yard. / exhibition will be the fourth in a zoning," Watkins asserted.,, Quarters, was sentenced to 30 cilia ,
Impeccably tailored by fa.hlon> This step in the science ol dersalting major series of nationally slg.nlflcant The garage was built last year,,, days in jail for shoplifting Will 5, Twp Ryan 53 Chicago 32 ,parcel In Sec
water Is regarded by ,Rge $l,000George
famous .1WM A..c r sea art exhibitions scheduledin although the appeals board hadgiven I: Thomas, 61, McDonald Quarters, ,
W. and
officials as only A Jessie T. Gill to Luc)
"Contour Collar" assures perfect At : e r government this new Naples gallery for the the go-anead for it to be i was fined $10 for failure to yield Bellanca
In the critical neck and shoulder arrasWrinkleresistant. : small forerunner of what is to current season.There built at Its May 1, 1961 meet.,I the right cf way approaching Chicago, parcel Sec
/ I talk of cooperative 36, Twp 50 Rge 34
come as they 1100.
studies with foreign countries for is a der open dlamonc d ing, according to board minutes,, an
Watkins a member of the ZBA,, Kenneth Henry Hansen 19
Conventional and natural shoulder from ,East
plants with output ranging mine than the Kimbtrl.yth4Preml.r models. \ then, said he recalled that appro.,, Naples was fined $15 for falling
j 300 mil.
50 million to as much u near Pretoria. But non 1 to yield right of
for construction, at
Com In for a try-on today Se our\ val was given way a stop
lion day.
selection of color.coordinating1 -- E'jL eat /ze gallons per Is more famous. m of the garage after the owners i: sign. Myron Abble Spencer, 17,
", only 16 0* told the board the seconoVfloor> Cast Naples, received a suspend.ed ..
ZEPHYR WEIGHT space would be used only for, sentence for failure to have
./t.\- J (OPEN' YERYNIGHt I storage. car under control. )-"

Iii' :riiti! 9 I :O'clockMAGNAVOX 1 "The minutes dont show it,"' Henry Braxton, 45, Immokalee -""
Hilton said. ''W r.. Craig is under I was fined $15 for drunkenness 'rES
s3SaoClothing the impression that she is free i 1 Joe Leroy Milton, McDonald ?

P fa ; to use the second-fioor area for>',Quarters, also WM fined $15 CALL NOW FOR FAST...
something other than storage. for drunkenness The no valid EXPERT
m .Stere In a memorandum City Attorney< driver's license case of Markde SERVICE'HnIISKCItEMiCALC&
Men TVr\ ;... : David Splngler appeared to al i 1 Lee Clayton was continued.

HooksJong I ."' '. Rccorcl: L ',: with Mrs. Craig. He quoted a t I Forfeiting $25 bond were
'OPEN FRIDAY EIGHTS' paragraph in the code of ordlnsnces Frank Nastase, Pittsburgh, fall.
S. MI 2-2223 allowing accessory bull.. ure to have car under control i MI 2-414S
Fifth Avenue
& Story Shop ings for servants quarters, pro.. Alice Hartsell, Naples,disorder.

.see rM ;,_ ... N.N Tided these thing quarters art,u ly cj duct| and T. A. Peterson. Ml 2-5249
not rented Fort Myers, no driver's license
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Get 'Thank You' Tampa Artists Tuesdaj, February 18. 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

\ Exhibit Thtir: r. ,

: Note From The Norrises Works In Naples BonitaBr

eb i Twenty four canvases .
u__..___ _, ..._ "__L_ _... L I ing from abstract rang
nemirviB IM uiv Demur Vltli. ncers to preside next year. Thi ; to realism, f from
zen. Club of Naples meeting,t committee as announced by Pre were features of the Art Exhl. t RAE WEAR

III. Monday in the auditorium of the> sldent Bennett is comprised of bit by Tampa artists during open ,1". -..... -: ;: .' jie U. J .:1t.I
Woman's Club, heard President t Arthur Evarts, C.A. Wicks, Earf house at the Woman's Club Build.
I.w I.k Stanley Bennett read a letter ol D. Frltsch, Evan Felghtner an< ing last Sunda)'. The exhibit, The third annual fashion show, here, and their fishing art could
appreciation from Mr. and Mrs,. Paul Power. sponsored b)' the Naples Art As. preceded by a luncheon In the not compare with that of Jack.
Lester J. Norris on the club'.i It was Pennsylvania Day (01i :, ,.; \ o soclatlon was open to the public Community Hall, sponsored by James and Rod, on your return
recent adoption of a resolutlor the club and members from th,e \ [ and the canvases1 were "nicely the American Legion Auxiliaryof vi.lt. I will try to show you
thinking them for their offer tc> Keystone State marched to thi t '.. framed" according to Martha John Murphy Post No. 303 how it Is done.LEGION.
supplement the funds needed tc> front to the strains of "Rol 1 I' Downing publlclt chairman. will be held Wednesday and
build a community center In Cam.,. out the Barrel". It was announced ; The membership show of the Thursday, February 19 and 20, MEMORIALThe
rtIt bier Park. that Michigan Day would tx Naples Art Association Is sche. beginning at 12:30 noon. Tic. American Legion John
More than 260 were present,, observed next Monday. Amoni g ,I .11.... duled for Saturday. February 29, ket. are available at the Cham. Murphy Post No. 303 held Its
the largest attendance of the e the visitors and the newcomer+ ? a from l a.m. to :a p.m. on Itn: ber of Commerce Booth on the semi-monthly meeting Friday
4e year and approaching the recorc I recognized were couples from th e A\enuVSouth, a short distance Trail. night. In behalf of the member.
$5e mark of 230 at the height of last t Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan lee 'r from Naples' Pier canvuej.ulll The theme this year la "Gar. ship Commander Don Trew ac.cepted .
season. and Quebec. then be hung In the Wo. den of Flowers", with many new a donation of field drum
The Norrlses proposed to advance ,.. A motion picture, furnished b; man'a Club building and Judgedbi Innovations promised. First, base drum and other musicalinstruments
Itk $15,000 to add to the $60,,, the Humble Oil Company "Be Pat Eng and Evelina Greenof there will be modolsi Miss together with music
Ite 000 earmarked In the recent't yond the Valley" was shown!I. F"\rt Mjers Beach. Paintings Fort M>ers, In the person of and music stands. These were
bond for the recreation cents. It was about Puerto Rico, toda;Y k will be priced for sale to the "Cathy Malt", who will first given to Mr. and Mrs. Gery
which Is now under construe. and yesterday depleting how thi. public Chairman Downing said.A appear In her crown and robe; Gulder for the Post ss a memor.
tlon. The Norrts letter said::. people of this sunny vacation island .. demonstration will be givenb also Miss Swamp Burn Queen lal to the late Joseph Ruscheck,
k "We appreciate the resolu.. have made it also a cente r Evelina Green bedore the "Tommie Dee Kirk", who also Sr. by his widow and son, Mrs.
e tlon passed by the Senior Cit. of Industry and commerce. Naples Art Association on March will be shown In her crown and Anne Ruscheck and son Joseph
n zens Club of 10 at the Woman's Club. robe.
Naples Florida, Ruscheck Jr. The latter now
e "Your club has worked hare I Naples Art Association win. To further complement the reside In Tampa, but are pro.
e and long to get the Recreatlor Latest Fashions ners who exhibited at the Art theme will be a setting by tne petty owners here where they

. Center which will fill a void On Agenda For MRS. GERTRUDE GRYPHAN (second Bruce Jenkins Mr and Mrs. Living. Council of Southwest Florida at Everglades Wonder Gardens, plan to retire In the future.Sunday .
that has existed in [ Lehigh Acres on January 26 areas with Us tropical shrubs, trees,
the healthful March 1, from one to
rr and pleasureable activities ol f Civic AssociationFourteen from right) was installed Saturday as ston are past patron and matron of follows: purchase prize, Jan wild life In a grand sneak pre. four another rib and chicken

Naples. worthy matron of Cypress Chapter Milwaukee chapter No 2, OES, and Solmes; oil, first award, Dora view, we saw the guest modelsas barbecue will be held at the Legion

s "With sincere wishes that thI women's fashions local shops to members will sho of w 236, Order of the Eastern Star. Others Jenkins is a patron of the local chap the Smith; water Kurz color mlscella.second Ing well Bertha as six localltes, Includ. Home for a donation of$1.30.
, Center will afford the a\\ud. Dorothy ; Lambert Ruth Smith,
facilities "Happy
1 was to
t desired by your club, we arc 1 the Naples Civic Association a n present at the installation were (from ter (NEWS photo) nE'ous. third award, Dorothy Ethel Crltean, Crystal Whittle, Harry Huttenbro and sung Al
most cordially yours Beach Thursday February 20th at th e left) Mr and Mrs Roy Livingston, and Kurz; special honorable men Helen Sheets and Evelyn Broderson as they made their
Dellora lion, Mary Love, and honorable Fortalne.On .
A. Norris birthday contribution.
Lynn Bailey Is staging and mention E, Rogers. hand to help keep each
Lester J. The Post .
Norris"At relinquished February
narrating the fashion show,which OE There are associations In stop was the
seven general chair.
the Cypress Chapter 28
i same meeting the sen. (Friday night) to the
'will follow the annual luncheor
man Mrs. Jo
tors' represented at the exhibit and llashbarger; the
Hall In
r group approved the appointment Community behalf of a
of Civic Association
Naples fashion
of the Naples Art Association had coordinator, Mrs. Helen
nominating commit. youth group which will have a
t tee to for slate also at the Beach Club. With WOo 26 canvases accepted at the Chapman, from Slndy Lu Shoppe; dance under
arrange a of of. there adult supervl-
[ men In mind, and showing a com; Installs New Officers show. Mrs. Marlon Guider, auxiliary stun Other nights may be reoIInqul.hed
'plete size the fashions
range pre. president and ticket chairman;
should the affair
s Music WorkshopThis sented will Include everything Installation of officers at Cypress .. Walter Brehm, conductress; Grjphan and presented her witha Christmas Seal and Mrs. Elsie Werner who along worth while seem
from 'two swim suits tc
Thursday At ;: Chapter 238, Order of the> Mrs. Hugh King associate con. large bouquet of flowers The with her committee promises un. Friday February21therewUlbe
handsome afternoon and long
Eastern Star, was held Saturday,, durtress; Mrs. Ray Christ offer. Rainbow Girls and De Molay Fund Drive Shy usual table favors and decora.Ions. a shrimp plate night whena
evening dresses. Mrs. P.H .
. Methodist ChurchA will ; February 15th, at the Masonic: sen, chaplain; Mrs James Watts Boys presented both Mrs. Cry* ( We hear there will bea platter will be served for a donation .
at the
Dodge piano supply
1 Temple In Pine Ridge. marshal, Mrs. Lester Neville phan and Mr. Jenkins with a Of $7,000 Goal packet of table favors dally of 50 cents. All American
Sacred Music Workshop for background music for the I Mr. & Mrs. Roy Livingston,, organist; Miss Naomi FloydAdah courtesy and gifts At a recent dinner meeting door prltes and one grand door Legion and auxiliary members
organists and choir luncheon as well as the style I (
, directors past matron and past patron ol r ; Mrs. Jacques Craumer, The Sandra Otts memorial worthy of the board of directors of thei price, are Invited.
members as well as lay people show. latest, Milwaukee Chapter 2, of Mllwau.. Ruth, Mrs. Thomas Cheek, Es. matron Jewel was presentedto i I County TB Association
who Interested In Shops exhibiting their
are Improv. kee Mrs. held at the Rod and Gun clubIn MURPHY POST
Wise., were Installing oUt ther; Mrs. William Harvard, Gryphan. WambleFuneral
Ing their will beheld fashions are Frock and Frill,
sight reading ; cers: Mrs. Robert A. Lawhon,, Martha; Mrs. Eugene Gandees, The travelling Dorothy Dav1Jewels e Everglades, Mrs.ElvaGrUfis, The American Legion Auxl.llarv .
Mark Fore and Strike
on Thursday, February 20 (showlnemen' I 6r. was Installing chaplain; Mrs. Electa; Mrs. L. C. Grlemann were presented to each of chairman of the Christmas Seal! nf John' : Murnhu' Kn.i N v services were held
at Jackets asweUaswomen'1thing. 3-00 ; w'd;
7 at the
p.m. First Methodist Hugh King installing marshal,, warder; Walter Urchin, sentinel. the star points to be worn throughthe Campaign announced an 85 per at their regularmeetlng yesterday morning for Mrs
Church In Naples. ), The Bermuda Shop;; Mrs. Louise Ford, past matron,,I All were escorted to their sta. year by Mrs Jenkins a s. cent achievement of 1064 fund nesday night voted a donation to Mavel Wamble, 84, In the chapel
The moderator and demonstrator Betty's; Johnston of Florida;; of Dallas Texas, was InstalUneorganist. ;: tlons by Rainbow Girls dressedin slated by Mrs. Taylor. raising objectives. the Post to help with the redemption ol the Richard A. Plttman Funeral
for this session will be Esther Sports and Specialties; Lilly;; rainbow colors The De Molay boys particl.patlng The local association had set of bonds, also another Home with the Rev Harry C.
Mary Fuller of Philadelphia P a. Zita Inc.; Adelaide; Harold Grant; donation to help with Parham pastor of the First
building Me.
Miss Mary Ellen Meade sang; Rainbow Girls serving were In the courtesy and serving a figure of $7,000 u Its quota
Mrs. Fuller Is nationally knownas Eckhard's; Dor Len; Barn b0I "How Great Thou Art." Ellen Herttog, worthy advisor; as ushers were: Phillip and to date has received $3, maintenance and another contribution thodlst Church of Naples offi.
a composer of music for use Shop; Helen Burton.Margie Mrs. Gertrude Gryphanworthy ,, Mary Helen Corwln,Valerie Mac. E. Murphy master ccunselerVernon ; 932. with four weeks remain to the Heart Fund. crating Interment was in Naples
In schools and churches. Her matron was escorted throughan i donald, Sharon Glbbs, Sharon Lee Hodges Frank ing before the official closingof President Mrs. Marlon GulderIn Memorial Gar dens.Mrs.wamble f
many books of children's anthems DeatrichIs aisle of Rainbow Girls to i Nickel, Debbie Bready Betty Rel. Logan, Robert Franklin Woods, the campaign Nr+. Margaret recognition of Lincoln's birthday died Saturday In Naples Com.
are among her best sellers. the East by Mr. Alex Butzke, mann, Maggie Johnson, Susan Sherwin Krlsshauer, George Rosier president of the local read a recent editorial call. munlty Hospital
Among the recent honors givento Married To also of Milwaukee Wise. Bruce i I Armstrong Sue Warfleld, Linda Johnson Robert Hertzog Charles group expressed high hopes the ed "The Meaning of Lincoln For A natIveofGeorglaMrs.Wanw
Mrs. Fuller was the covet William Ansley Jenkins worthy patron, was es., Brehm Halre, past grand love, Comiskey, Marvin Cole, Sr. fund objectives would be reach Us". Mrs. Jo Hashbargermade ble had made her home for the
ed Freedoms Foundation Awardfor corted through an aisle formed I I grand assembly of Rainbow Girls The nearly two hundred attend a favorable report on final plans past four years with her daugh.
the music to a historicallybased Mr. and Mrs. 0 ed.Guest for the forthcoming annual luncheon tor Mrs. Meece Ellis Sr. of
Ray Deatrich 641 by Del Molay boysto the East!: of Florida. int the installation were repre. speaker at the dinner ,
stage.play, on the life of 10th Street,South,have announce!1 by Miss Mary Helen Corwin.Mrs,,, Mrs. Gryphan presented Mrs. sentatlves of the following States meeting was Dr. N.W. Larkum and fashion show. Royal Palm Hammock.
Daniel Boone. The book and the marriage of their daughter i Kenneth Taylor associate ma.tron ., Conety Junior past matron her Wisconsin Texas, Tennessee, former president of the Lee Coun Tickets may be obtained or exchanged Besides her husband, GeorgeJ.
lyrics for this hour long work Miss Margie Rae Deatrich to Air,. at the Chamber of Com wambel of Royal palm Ham.
was escorted to the West t 1, Jewel of office; Bruce Jenkins Pennsylvania Illinois, Michigan ty TB Association Dr. Larkum
were written by Edward Shenton man 2-C William M. Ansley. by Kenneth Rogers; William Ty.presented Marvin Cole, Junior Kentucky Ohio, New York, Iowa Is presently pathologist at the merce booth on the Trail. mock, she Is survived by four
famous Illustrator and writer. The wedding was held liDonalsonvllle i gall associate patron, was es, past patron his Jewel of office, Indiana Maine. Naples Community Hospital and Two guests Mrs. Grace daughters Mrs. EIIII.Mr.,W...
Mrs. Fuller Is an active me nr Ga., on Thursday,, corted to the West by Mrs. WilLiam .> both given by the chapter. Mrs has long been Interested In r... Walbrldgt and Mrs. Robert ley Storter of Naples, M rs. W.C.
ber of the National League of February 13. Tyitett.f Gryphan was presented her gavels When you are preparing your piratory diseases lie spoke about Shook were Introduced and wet.cofed Hays of Amity Ga., and Mrs
American pen Women, being one The bridegroom Is the son : Other officers seated i, by Alex Butzke. own corned beef, you'll find the Importance of the work W. L. Illghtower of Fort My
of the few musicians who have Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ansley 671 9, Llgtit refreshments were served ers, seven grandchildren and five
Mrs. Bruce Jenkins, secretary;; A courtesy was given by Mrs. equal parts of beef and potatoes being done to combat TB In
organization.qualified for.membership'. In' t.this Rudder Road. hats a 'ruduatlor )> _Mrs ECk( f Floyd treasurer) Mrs,. Conety and the Star,Points to Mrs rime stood goninetiontwF .. the United States. Contrary to by the and hostesses, Mesdames great grandchildren.
Guider Hashbarger. .
the Naples Senior High School general better, reported eases ? i'
Having studied with top leadersin and Is now serving with the Unite ,., d l Hi t i I.( r f fFt1i't of TB throughout the country SorensonFrank
her field, including Fred States Air Force. he said, are on the Increase ARTS AND CRAFTS
Waring Jack Best, HawleyAdes The bride Is also a graduate : despite better known methods of Forty-three ladles attended the
Luigi zanlnelll and Findlay Williamson of Naples Senior High School treating this disease weekly Arts and Crafts classes G. Surf'nsfln. formerly
and having had yearsof end tile Jones Business College The visit last week In Naples held In the Bonita Springs of Cincinnati died at Sarasota
experience as a public school in Orlando. of the TB Mobile X-Ray Unit Woman's Club Building Thursday Fla, on Saturday February 15,
music teacher and as director of After March 6, the newlyweds again proved popular While afternoon at 130. The committee after a lengthy Illness. The
church music programs Includ. will be stationed at In charge reports a workshop Eorensens made their home hereat
Fairchild figures are not yet available It
log work In radio. and which Is the Bahama club.
television A.F.B., Spokane Washington Is expected examinations will ex. developing many
Mrs. Fuller will bring a wealth pine needle creations a epec.la The NEWS has been Informed
teed those of the 1683 visit
of Ideas and Inspiration to those Tiny cocktailranion when 4 class In shell work, afgan that a memorial service for Mr.
who attend. they are leftover, are good addedto knitting and the painting of pillow Sorensen will be held In Cln. .
There will be a browsing table Russian dressing, The onions, i Contreras slips. clnnatl: "at an early date." Con. .

set up In advance for people Ina Unay marinade, come i in n Graveside< services were held A former resident of Marlette trlbutlons to Trlnlty-by-the-Cov ,
who want to look through new jara, they may be left whole 01 Monday morning for Rene Con. Mich,, Jack Glerman son of Mr. Discretionary Fund may be made
materials furnished by leading chopped before adding to the treras, Infant son of Mr. and and Mrs. William Glerman of by friends In the name of the
publishers. dressing. Serve the Russian Mrs. Mike Contreras of Immoka.lee Pirates Cove, landed nine deceased It was announced.
Those planning to attend are dressing over wedges of iceberg who died Saturday. Interment pounder In the Imperial River. Mr. Sorensen Is survived by
asked to call MI 2.5669 or MI lettuce or in a tomato and lettuce was In Naples Memorial Gardens. He war using a Hurricane rod, his wife, who resides here at
2-4257 by Wednesday Feb. l 9. sandwich. The Earl G. Hodges Funeral Mitchell reel Impound test line the Bahama Club; one son, Frank
: NL Chapel was In charge of the are and live shrimp. An ardent student G. Sorensen Jr. of Cincinnati;
.y. rangements. at the Cypress Lake School, two daughters, Mrs. William
n tr The baby Is survived by his he Is eager now to continue his Akard, Denver, Colo and Mrs.
r} parents and three brothers all fishing, and this time try his Beach Barrett, Seattle, Wash.
of IrqmokalM. skill In the family 18 foot 75
HP boat called the "GIN. Quickly put together denser:

: ,vr n'N Dice cold boiled pared pot i toe* I GCR B". Happy more fish. and Drain fold canned into nwcet red cherries
and add a little onion cut very Ing Jack
fine. Die bacon drippings to Jack's brother James F. C'UI1and cold cooked: rlu,chili,
ii- brown the potatoes and onion In Glerman a student In Ferris If you like you may thi ken the
: ) a skillet, Season to taste, with ;State College at Big Rapids, sweet ayrup f",11th.. cherries
salt and pepper, adding paprika Mich., along with his friend Rod the with cornatarch as s sauce for
if you like Lick, spent a couple of weeks dessert
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will win valuable picture shown shown with the seascape In watercolor

h above at the annual White ElephantSale featuring a Bahaman sloop which We Are Proud To Introduce ,

to be held February 28 by tha Henry donated and which Holland

Naples Community Hospital Auxiliary Salley, Inc. has framed as a gift to the The Famous CHEMEX Coffee maker

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From The Mailbag

Sir t 00 t 1 Ntro r\ By HAL BOYLE

:NEW YORK frP)>-Thlnis a Tom Thumb, history's most far
might never know If mous midget, married a girl Il

.t Still Some Confusion About Voter RegistrationSome ./'i.- t t"J' hE'Six didn't out open of every his nulls 100 personsare Inches union was tall,blessed an Inch taller.with a Their mid.

n.' get son who became
... lE'ft.h nlled. known as
Collier Countians still are con. place of residence and request the super. 1I.l ...- Your ears mK; not be at fault Commodore Is'utt.

fused about where, when and how they visor to ask cancellation of his former ::7' It \ou're suffering from pro. Famous last words: Dying In,,
? of I earlnf. Often delirium!, "Stonewall" Jacksonsaid
should register in order to ba eligible to registration before being eligible to vote. ,. infected;re sive teeth are to blame. "Let us pass over the

pc vote in all elections held in the area ..'-' of fresh paint river, and rest under the shade
t Be certain of one thing, IT IS THE You can jet rid "
of the trees As death
whether local, state or national. Let'stry odors b\ putting into the rooma ape
DUTY THE ELECTOR the g"t preached him the German
OF to notify g"ff.t of water containinga Ge.
few misunderstandings large pan
to straighten out a nlus Goethe cried
supervisor in person of any changes in tablespoon of ammonia. More, light I" "LlhM

his record with reference to name by Be'erl.\ :Nina A'pfor Los
Collier County has used the "par. Angles, while obtaining In 19S7 Some VJS. newspapers use up
marriage or other legal process. The her lath the product of 80 acres of wood.
for her ICth divorce irom
manent single registration system" land each week to tell
of anxious to had re \?\I
supervisor registration is husband she some ,
several last was legislative what's going on in the t'esi
Only of
years. year matches chimed that five of
be as helpful as possible, but after world,
combine the broken. hE'1'nost' the
permission given to her spouses had;
is said and done the elector is charged Folklore: A child will grow up
registration books of the county and incorporated with the responsibility of keeping his 1k; Our quotable notablesLife to be vain if It sees itself in a
communities. mirror before it Is a year old.
and order. is 10 per cent what t you make it
At the present time, all residents of voter, status current in : and 00 per cent hovtm take"' Any person with a second toe

the must at the office of Collier Countians who fail to vote in it''-In'ing Beilln.. longer than his big toe Is born
county Slluthf'l.ntunp to be a ruler. And, if this per.
"Dixie the popular
the Supervisor: of Registration at the an election at least one time in two yearsare was, written\ ) a Noith son Is a wife, she will boss her

County Courthouse in East Naples. From notified by mail that their names are ernei Daniel D, L'mmett: of luibband.

the make the being temporarily purged from the voter M'unt'pl'nl'n, Ohio. It was Robert Jones Durdette
time to time supervisor can 1r who observed, "There are t tVlll>
lists. If the card is returned in 30 If you mllprt bus trans-fer,
registration books available at various not ; : ;:;' l \ou'io .t i I 11 "n" imipMM.. days about which nolindj

locations in the county, but at the present days, the supervisor of registration must ';.. 11 1 Men liki t.. look up to women. should ever worry, and these"

moment the books are available remove the name permanently. Super. That nuexplain wit Cen. are yesterday and tomorrow

visor of Registration Edna Cribb Santa has .:i's '. ...
ONLY at the courthouse.
Many Naples residents, who are made every effort to notify local residents ); ;: .\

registered ONLY in the books at City when their names are purged. In addition .. -'" L Today In Washington

Hall, will not be eligible to vote in county to mailing out cards as required by .' 't ''' J' I

state or national elections unless they law, she has had published in this news '.-...' .. .. .:' ", :I ,..;' : '. :, ;'; .,, : :; dY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
; ... _' ". ::., .. "':" '\,"''' ''..'':; '' ..
visit the office of the supervisor of paper the names of electors in all pre. J _'* ';-,-c,.. 0:.,' ....., "'.....,.:...-.""' .'. rr:&"''.,.'.....

whose have been IlldR.o-. ."' ... .' '" "Gi
registration, in person, and register thera cincts names tempore .. ; _.: WASHINGTON (AP> -In the House subcommittee on llous

The books will be open from Monday, arily dropped. They must now appear in ::_: : !:::.,...:;,: news from Washington log, Weaver said 63:; per ceutof
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Feb. 24 through Friday April 3. person at her office to arrange for rein .,.. w..7. DOGS BEWARE The Post the 810,000 units have now been
Office is fighting back at dugs built. The President's program
The reason city registrations are not statement of their names. who like to bite postmen.The Includes construction of 35,000

now valid? For one thing, city registrar And here's a word of advice for Naples I LETTERS. J]I IXVSrrw weapon is an aerosol" new units each year for the next
bomb of a spray railed "Halt years.
tion is basis with no residents. If have only _
on a non-partisan you registered Come spring, postnion equippedwith Weaver estimated the cost of

party affiliation required. The law requires at City Hall, you must go to the the peppery stuff will be the program at $1.64 billion, of

this information to be given under county courthouse and register in the able to repel-or so the Post Of which $1.4 billion would bo for
.-. flee urban renewal.
Department hopes any
.t' the permanent registration system. permanent books before you can votein lead the patient to believe establishments of iniquity, as canine who leaps to the attack.

__ There are other requirements, too.r upcoming local, state and national elec. they will promote a cure for his though there were not enough\ By spraying it Into the dog's DODD'DIO! Sen. Thomas J.

If an elector does not vote in at least tions. Those who are properly .registered YOKELS AND YORIKS Imagined Illness. Sometimes wickedness In our land. Such ad. face, postmen should be able to Dodd, D-Conn., says attacks on
Editor, Collier County News they do just that strange as it vocacy Is sufficient to nauseatethe complete their rounds unhln. the Central Intelligence Agent j
ONE election In two years, the law requires will have in their possession a permanent Millions of yorlks purchase may seem. gastronomic tract of an ape. dered, and the dogs shoud suf. constitute "a highly dangerous

that his name be purged from registration card. If you do not have from the pharmacy fake pills, There are yokels who yearly In addition, there are yorlks fer no lasting harmful effects. pastime because the CIA is one
tablets, vitamins,that some shar. gamble away 5 billions praying, of the essential elements of our
r that who fill to capacity receptacleswith
the list. If the elector moves from one such a card, it is suggested you "
pie on TV promised would"posi hoping the angel of fortune or wine, beer and booze, (then HOUSING Housing Administrator security.
county to another and remains there six visit the office of Supervisor of Registration tively" eliminate pain> or cure horse will deliver a bundle of piously pretend" to display\ dls. Robert C. Weaver says In a Senate speech Monday,

months, he must reregister in his new Santa and check your status. serious Illness, sometimes with cash. Instead it usually Is may when their boys are stupe. approval of president Johnson's Dodd asked for an end to what

<,,_ __. __ ._...... .N... '. ...., ., """' _-, -".-.--. harmful results. They buy from the angel of misfortune, prison, fled from "inhaling" the omnibus i housing program he called "the virtual epIJemU
: ;: < .v'rol ."' })' ,' surreptitious peddlers fake diamonds tragedy, death, that delivers. alcoholic beverages. They buy would leave the total of low. of attacks" on the government's
: ,
L ; r. ::'p:: :: :B :Jl':? >;: ti. . .,
..,, Jeweled" watches, Chronic gamblers, it seems, can. new cars, "lend" them to their cost units built since 1949 still top Intelligence agencj. lie said
"mink" coats,paying> hundreds of not learn to disobey conniving sons of 17 who promptly use short of the goal of 810000. the attacks were unfair and uii.
dollars for each of the worthless bookies. What price stupidity them to scour various areas for Testifying Monday before the warranted.

Items. With us are yokels who insist an easy, Innocent victim to be --
They spend million yearly for they are social imbibers, always maimed or beaten to pulp. Such ---fHIS-CURI

. . . ... worthless reducing\ devices, ex. proclaim their innocence In Irresponsible yorlks, especially WORLD
OPINION ercise gadgets,tablets,nostrums serious auto accidents,but police fathers, deserve to be ostracized .
of many kinds, deriving from statistics indicate the social\ 1m. from society so that respectable -
them only empty purses and bank blber Is the worst offender citizens members of that w. t

/ and Com accounts devoid of cash. They real menace on highways He is society be permitted to dwellIn The
Different Type listen to and believe the pro. the principal cause for destruc. and be free from fear DESIGNERCOLOGNE
... 0 Yuu talc "mUll.OI'' itTthc.oulyxoplc mlses made dally by soma glib| tive, auto accidents; responsible peace lmed .
; molested
Any lhilll who gtli t(r"I.(1 stricily ,hy:;: 'f, ytll. : real estate ,fakers who virtually blinking of being or/ JD -
fvllhlcu,, tulollt, sidnsol, all argument !! for\ : maiming: killing, by Inebriated, Infuriated; 'sad. ''
the book I. probably first addu lon, "guarantee" the alive of tens of
,Ire the lIt' ghhon. unwary pur. even burning Istic sons of the rich and politically .
-The Zion-Bcotol (III.) News -1 he Kmli.iklask.i) Mirror I chaser of worthless propertywill > thousands of Innocent people an. Influential who, too often, cta +ioarac.,
double or triple his
soon nually.
go unpunished for their dastardly GERMANY
Investment, not realizing there Other yokels pay millions to crimes, IS GWKNOWN./

are segments In the real estate charlatans posing as legitimate It is high time that legal I 1 !4l Acr0R0eics ro TRADITIos UA
pirates and unscrupulous frauds. collectors for social, J>political authorities take immediate drastic NAMELESS' t UTHeARTERED
others Prison Inmates of such frauds health and religious organlza.
say CLIPPED FROM OTHER action to curb criminality of HIS sWLiy
PUBLICATIONS glaringly testify to that. tlons, radio and TV Imposters every kind and mete out proper TOJAT4NFoRTHc
Tens of thousands of hypochondriacs They never investigate as to the punishment. In this day and age I I r) DESIGN ANDAt

Guiding Our YoungstersWorth spend millions on fake veracity of such collectors. lenient judges and Juries should PRaetscor
cures by dreaming up, Inventing There Is also in our midst a neither be tolerated nor permit I EvEatASTa+Gnl
maladies existing only in their yorlk afflicted with a "Ger. ted to exist FAME,
Worth of vocational guidance in our Those vocational guMnnce lIar warped minds After a metlcu. anlum" In his cranium who

e schools is argued in the current Issue of Vocational guidance i Is nut out of date lous examination is made bj4a advocates legalizing the age of
doctor such an idiot and those of 17, thus opening for
the NEA Journal, official publication of upon Adolph Kopen
Tests the lest of the individual
the National Education Assn. are measure finding nothing organically wronghe them wide the doors of saloons, Naples, Fla.

Educators argue whether it is worth known. And, while future job may prescribes placebo' tablets to gambling dens and other satanic

the time and money and effort to help not specifically be known now, most or( }?''jc\ ,',,x 'V X.:,, .. 1W.i.41.CYr.: :: : r :_: _,i.::..
them will be but forms of : : rw
students by using psychological tests as new present! oc

a guide to their occupational strong. cupations.We TODAY'S FREEDOM ETTEulhorilanan + *. * ti1LL .. -

points. particularlyenjoy this aipument.Those .... n. .. ",...../10.' ,,"N' -
Those against it say: educators ugninst vocational 1 triiid* \ minded Tta I SUCKING-FISH__ 'tfA&JMQ. '- -=-=

Vocational guidance is nut of date. ante support the widespread theory that' t rulers of trrstripe \ ,- .. ly A W Mollor.DVM. A FISH SUCTION ,. ==: =
Tests the students should be prepared for any even CUP ON TOP Of ITS HEAD, :. .... -I --="- _-
can not adequately measure potential kings, tlir- ,
of an Individual. And, whatever tuality. A strong case against testing i is tutors <>r demo- ftr! yam./ ,t t NOTCHING BY THE TURRET.CHINESE { -

vocation a student Is guided toward brought forward for public view.It crilu'illh cIe, 11"1. ".. ...... A'TRING IS TIED TO o-trJql; -_'

chances are 60. O that his ultimate job must be admitted that some! voumr cling lenaciiiu..l\ to tutu., < \\\c\\\ TUB TAIL OF" TUB FISH AND = rrtaanutsclNTHr

will be one that doesn't exist today. people need guidance. If they arc unableto : enjoy) potter and think no incise INRrurr...'IYMVIN.f IF N WATtHNMHCN "-': _-.t.T __----..-:
THE ---!'
Instead of vocational guidance, students make up their minds!!, someone m",1 tan tin their job IH \\ t.1)) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..4. 'TTACHUlmL'IO..1UrTlI.PISH IS :IE_ ;ws- '
need counselling to help them attain a assist them If they are not to drift hel,>. THV PlfHtftMAN riN.l IT UP ,

inevitable flexibility changes that they ahead.can use to meet the lesslv totally Into unsuited.some field. for which I they JUT ,. 'I 1'1' TALIPES 5MA/cE :> ... EcRu DEBT i ....................................................................

Si, Augustine R.cord AZOTITE.THORACROSS ,

R f" D. C. A RD. 0 ow N
IInrfow Show "Km: How center In this fiscal but Isn't 26 Printer'smark MISS DEB
year, 1. Divine ... B A. MOL I N E. a
spending It. being 27. Negative Nit I L. L. o. E N I D .. .

Last Summer the city of Bar- ('outnIstllnners! had trouble 4. Impoverished 28. Thus CO 0 L o. E. rot Co AGE -dJol"r.'jt\ a/invert gurnioni .f
E. N LAc. E. .. ;
29 Clothed .J\ }
tow attracted national attention by agreed Ing on a site\ for the chic about Junior MmttKfUfltt ;. ;
8. Sward 30. Cotton- NAN. E ''vol E. R RAE. /M I
turning down a chanre to get $lls center. 11. Exist seeder t c. E W. A R R A I G rot ., \ ",""7 and interests grooming. LL' ;'

million In "free" federal old. Major Moore thinks Bartow 12. Dept In 31. Author i I< 0 5 E. Y I E L D E. D 1 \".

II France 33. Edible ash A N 5 A.. 5 TEED S Q. We hove a lisle, green \
4 It wasn't jiiRt n gimmick or a should build a new fire and police 13 Date 34, Roman turtle. My mother put him in a Ill I S

publicity plug.Bartow station, as well as the civic center 14 Plighted road SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE large planter and he buried him- My family moved recent.ly hostess that it was a lovely

In tin fiscal which begins faith 35 C\piv .If. We think h. sleep In, and now I'm the new girl party, and thank her for asking
Its year 46. Merit ( may a big school where I don't
government 16. Tree of pocketbook 6. Forward you. That's really all you
June 1.He. pine 47 Blurred 7. Abated through the wint.r but or.afraid/ know a Mul. There1 a mixer need say to make a gracefulexit.
citizens alike meant It. family 36. Shore bird next
really week
and I Just know .
h. will starve. What can w. do? After your first solo departure -
8 Silken
They believed that If a communitywas didn't pinpoint a specific) location 18 Writing 38. Rifle DOWN Ind.A that If I |o Ml get the bench- you'U find you don't
Susan Arcola,
fluid 41 A Presi 1 I. Lacuna !9. Dolphin Taylor warmer award for net My need to
for the the station depend on others
I center
able to do for Itself, It should or 19. Precipice: dent nick 2. Ital. whale Ammoli, who riibtrnot, do not mother says I ihould go, but say your goodbyi.
do for Itself but he indicated It should be In the Haw name dtbreeze 10. Burmese tor... During rh. cold ..o'.r'.. rh."irmtiobolism wouldn't It be better to wait
until I know at lent Q. One of the couplet I
Iwleshadow .Iow. n.ThiimcaniHtot' a
downtown section. 20. Fore- 42. Arrow' 3, Ridicule
people baby .lt for has habit of
Now, Bartow's new mayor has 4. P.tSIl". S. 15 Unit all of thou body function word very a
with The mayor noted that the planning poison 17. Dismounted lowly and ti. n..d no lood ThoytwitaiD A. The mixer can be your forfeiting to come home. Last
come up another precedent 22 Hack 44 Culdo's president y chance to make lime they were at a party and
a successful!
shattering proposal : and zoning commission bus 25 Pindar note Native ", *.....1... on lat"o.d,n'h." and painless debut at the new, weren't back until 1:41 am.,
adopted an over-all developmentplan work 45. Ptkehke fish metal 19 Kitchen bod.... Lei your ,turtle ltp out the schooL Simply because you although they'd promised to
?; Cut taxes 2 mills, and at the utensil winur' in Iho planfor Ho.ever.boiurtit are new everyone will be be no later than I. They pay

same time spend probably more prepared by Milo Smith. / fi r 4 S t s ". 20 Pear it nol ,in piece whtr lh. .""o"dIng eager to meet you. To make me for the extra time, but IIdoein't
That development 21 Aroma drops below' Pel,inchti sure everything gets off to make up for the lost
plan proposes air ''.II..g
than half million dollars the sleep and worried parents.How
a on new fl' right start, be extra care
of a complex of government II 'i 22. Drum will hib.rnat* in o cool boitmtnl 01 ful about dressing for the can I get these people
city facilities. 23. Indigo will lorton,, *! and ,,,,,1...They con stand mixer. Wear to remember their promises?
downtown Bartow in something you
buildings In ,
Mayor II. Cecil Moore made the IS i, '4 11 24. Humerus cool surrounding, but cannot talent.temperohfrn especially like, so you'II feel A. You'U have to state your
the north of the Polk cottit ; "
area 26 Bevy below or nor teeing your prettiest. And of
course requirements
;- proposal at the second rlty commission house. r_ t I" j I' .. 29 Assessment let any I.ngth.5 l hm.. 'In the wild, ashmotsthath.bvnoutloh.ndgb.Iew check to make sure you know clearly Give very them franklyand your

meeting after he was chosen ; L-- .. 30. Played 18 what kind of dress is ex absolute deadline, and ex-
Smith's Include civic I U lJ P cted. Once there
plans a don't be
; mayor: holes tie frotl line In ptrloJlo'warm' weather shy about Plain that you cannot work
center, fire and police station, and U I. at 32 Duck '0"'. d "'.... .O up and bgm, to Introducing. A yourself later than that time. If they
Former Mayor W H. Geiger, r/ iI2W 33. Yellow1s Mary checrtul. the ignore this, they are not living
city hall In that area. ttorth for food If "' II luddtn I'm Newa!." it all up to their part of the
who stepped down after four her will 'Irtti. death starter
years iZ74JO c.ldIOp, many to you'U need. employer'sitter bargain andyou'd
the When Smith lust came up with % !.1. IJII8; 35 Garnishment bclort "' ton bock into Iht warm Q. When I
: on commission, heartily concurred .y gtt go to a tea .r beat cross them off
i In his Hucressor's his Kuggextlons, some Bartowuns JI Jl ii ground C1go,,,. Twrtltt In captivity do any other party where people your list of clients. It's usual
proposal. culled It far out." 36. Peruke not uKiolly hibornat, If moy ...g...* leave at different' times I ly best to leave the real night
M Mayor Moore said the city's financial 4. J: I "/ jr 37 Zealand enough tunl'ght, or Orllc.alllght, they ever by to know the bow to say ,ood. owl business to older titters.
Hut Mayor Moore's realistic approach ? woody vine will not hibernate, at all 1I0.t.1.uall, I (Far ,.
i '; I condition I Is strong enough so J1 IJ a JJ U Just hang around until I can .. *iu>m to orbs **
Indicates* development of 38. For each leave with *' ." treomtHg ktuttyJP set
; for the tnx: cut and the new city pcoplo and ".*
Yale ttUimg for ..
downtown Bartow Into the showplace .o 4J .J .r. i9 Little SlipA leave the exit lines to them. ..-... .;wntt four .,0-
projects. 40. Collide truck loaded with salt What should I ay when I ', "Sill; '
It could be may not be so faraway I. 43. Sodium have te leave alone B.aiy. SfUI JJ ,.-I. rat"St6.
i Actually, the commission budgets 4, .' for Icy roads In York. England Neg Beeuty," B.s 71f.p, KiN.e.rty'CJerb -
Orlando Sentinel symbol skidded and crashed on A Don't feel you have to .
t. around! tIoou: :! for n new civic make a speech Just Capaaioe. N.
tell ....
.. your Ir'it
Par 24 fie "' "..'W'.. an icy road. .)
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.... :t... .... Tumdsy, February l$. 196J COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

,, i'j" [ Both Skins Get in Swim

Naples Bridge\ :, .) "* <*> *K4laiMiiMiaam t.shoes o.tts ruftltf boudoir ,Stir and I Many First-Time GuestsAt

Rv FRANK:' OTTEleea4.r ..... A :New- Yorker \Ira.J"lIh'

.auma4rt 11II -- Muhlcnberg. Ol'I7 v\.. once

PRO PLAYS BRIDGE lowell Movement. To review muted ings.n tor expert being without swimmer.. stock she;.. Local Duplicate PlayLast

traveling scores of Section 1, ,.
p.ugned for the liberation ofummers
None vulnerable. total of 78 96 for the
South deals. Hoard 11, we note that the remaining from hntr".Ilm Friday saw a 9-/i table section.
NORTH E.W Pairs all stepped gar. "S suits. < players at 19.V4 tables part lei. The McMurrys were second with
"vrsome But
'H--17.' short of game; bidding and play !Susan H. tnhonsj todsthe she finds wet pate in the game of the Naples HO the L.C. Yates, third, 100.

D-JirS was pretty much "all over the herself the most 'overdressed Duplicate Bridge Club. While /i. The freakishness of the north.

C-Q JiltS lot";; short of game In Spades, woman on the beach this was only one table less than south hands was emphasized by
WEST EAST In No Trump, In Hearts and In The of the the week before, Vic Pennywitt, the fact that only three of the
AJ (2 appeal unrttl lb S-'K 014 Diamonds The E.W Heart score a*
play with the 'Mkini, St. and
gziiiM grV7"CR it Trope* an unusually large number of bove average. However, a teat :
set two. E.W
was Pair 2 tried
1.0. OZISOUTH spread I like,, a >unburn ut .\lIltrl.IItrt .:. >
for a No Trump game but In flrst.tlme guests, with the widest 95.tby the teams of Adelaide
\\ iiur here contributedthe
this case the declarer was at distribution of home locations of palmerrs Dorothy Luellen and
plunging neckline suimiuit
S-10 IM *ii\' session since the formationof Mrs. John Fall I. Mrs. FrailMartin
East, and because of the lead
to the
gei-hack-io-the skin "
-Q 10114 game. t'ie' club.
this made the situation decidedly failed by only a half pointof
D A K 3 Cloth ot 1 sort hd been good Welcomed
were Mrs. being within the golden dr.
different. South starts with the
enough tot whatever remained of
Robinson Mass. Mrs.
Diamond-King ..... next the Ace Walpole, ; cle.
11. the cult until this.
Forum-played seasonow
on N.I. Ardan Lewiston N.Mr..
Penn>'wltt commented: "Whilethe
then to North's Jack-nlne which
January 21 is the 'econ4 km the animal
Interesting In and Mrs W.R. Apperson Mid.
of club
forces West's Queen. This lea. 'I prime purpose our
detail as well as showing ad. ves a good Dlamond.Jack in the wrrr.r '. skin has become the vogue.To dlesburg, K>'.; Mrs.Adelia Pauly, Is to provide a good duplicate
rolt bidding and play by the t bt !sure the umninl skin. Naples; Mr and Mrs. Ewart bridge game for those who en
North hand. A Club lead now
E.W Pair, Lillian Pfeiffer In wu has become l"Ulbl"I", .1 sine: Gardner of Southampton, England also
force West's King. The setting w joy playing duplicate, we get
partnership with Miss Ruth Mac. ;: $ the caveman, Javs.. For a whit and Mrs Stanley Fetter' of considerable enjoyment from the
Duff, her guest from Peeksklll, lion.lubs are now In North's posses. h a it was tanned and huffed or Paducah, Ky Mr. and Mrs. social! gathering among the early
mooched and colored and cul Gardner are of the Dr.
N.Y.The arrivals for the We try
MORAL: When playing at No
bidding Is unusual in tcueJ into s leather that "u too John Franklins.
ap. In every way to make our guests
Trump, it is Important to decide
proach to land a good No Trump luxurious. for sun or water. Carter Harrall had available
feel at home,and If someone lacksa
: which hand must be declar.
contract as follows: ; Once rough tough old leather a supply of a new booklet issued
either I or one of
At No lead In partner,
sr Trump a J5
: :: had .lo he protected from the by the American Contract Bridge
Sdtdt' Ptcifftr. N E ;he "wrong" direction can be Sohmttr. the the other members will always
element ,
Maeduff1H llsastrous.: Also note carefully, .5YA League called "Easy Guide be glad to try to secure a pLyer .
Pan ..> Doub tanning .mJustrx has learned to to Duplicate Bridge". These "
hat In the w to match up.
Pat tO P... 2H : Pfelffer.MacDuffplay, 1
do what
thffI,1I1111 pelts
Pa.. 2NT were distributed without chargeto further the im.
Pius JUT the key is leading a Heart from 1Y Commenting on
r all along, defy the damage of those
East Dummy to the West's Jack. portance of percentage results
Miss MacDuff proved to bea This catchesSouth's Heart.Queen salt Sol and humtdns.That's The pla In section A with 10 versus point scores, Harrall, In

pro at Duplicate. Hence she and establishes three tricks in m why animal km..or tables and an average score of response to a question, stated:
had the knowledge as well leather .ts back on the beach. 84, had Vie Pennywitt' and
the audacity to cue bid Hearts as that suit; a safety measure to LEATHER: T4Kf THE PI.t I \e.F Baring, mar. Ihllll'r/ -ul. / I' "a /I'r//\ b.lht lieu, i 11// ..1 ibruun It's still luxurious"" m buttery Delmar plying north.south Judge "The amount of work In deter.

assure at least three No Trump, sui.' maillul, mth against opponent's opening in that scoring 103.ii points. Mrs. Hazel
as well as a good play to get /trathit utiiti lrlllft.Jrlllher korls u mmmvle, / HtlH uttit. r"///1 normal since ACBL furnishesa
Rtgkt summer u< ur\ / on top IUI'Plt'atr swim suits and cut Work
suit. When
there is a posslbl. Mrs. Ruth lleadle
llty of that vitally Important extra trickIf /lore \ntektd oierbtoutr/ bound in leather, it// .**<* note 'I. "ipnrJ. M R"1.? ...",. R... I. to ahow plenty of the swimmer's second were tablo from which the percentages
arriving in No Trump, the Heart-Queen is so with 94.1,4; the Sam are directly read, based
and no hope of otherwise mak. cap. . .. skin.That's Leaders third, 93.I/ ; Mr. and on the number of boards and
tured. birthday:! suit, actually never has
Ing It Is to By lushion Mrs. Wade
game, permissible been far of Apperson, fourth, 91. point score To figure each per.
out style in
so cue bid. This shows Fashion Writer vou. .VII the skins. are in thes Vi I the Van Antwerp fifth 89.
part. Sweden or here at old nwtmniing centage would be quite a chore,
ner (1)) the desire to arrive at Charles Horne NEW YORK (AP) Rhatwasthe oldest swim suit holes and st nudist c.ml'l. w un, /t> ; Mrs. Stanley Petter and Mrs. although the mathematical pro.

a No Trump game and (2)) that known to man or woman? A birthday suit, of course Bat there was s time a1 t the Helen Franklin, sixth, 87; Ted blem Is not great since the play.
the cue bidder has also the equi. Exchange Club Hearth and Arthur Brackett ae. er's point score divided by twice
Finishes Stint marvelously custom-fitted and dripdry.And turn of the century, when any
valent of an opening bid In that venth, 83.: The competition In the score will give the
bold female who dared the average
when modesty overwhelmed the early swimmerand go to
suit with at least a first or se. Sees Film By this group was keen, since se. percentage standing"

cond round control. (3)( Cue At Fort Gordon the fig leaf was not ample enough for mixed company beach entanglement to swim riakeddrowninginan of bloomersstockings Winter Resident ven of the 10 north.south teams Next Friday's game will be at

bidder want to know whether the I or warm enough for chilly were above average the Parish (House of Trinity.
other suits are well.stopped. If ..... __ t plunges, what was the vogue at .Icmg-ileeved petit- At the Naples Beach Club t-ast.West; had the Tom Bould. by-the-Cove Episcopal Church In

so, and if the play Is to be witha the beach? you prefer to call this, the stylishA last night, Walter F. Harris, Ins taking top honors with 114; Port Royal. Starting time, 7:30

lead from North to West, then t .:S second skin the skin of bathing beauty of 20th Century Commission OKs a winter resident of Naples, the Gene Parkers placing secondat p.m. The move was made: be.
THREE NO TRUMP is apparent. animals which lacked someA.D.. ts going back to nature both showed the Exchange Club two 98, Mrs. Myrtle Weed and Mrs. cause the Shell Club will be us.

ly secure. So quite correctly, thing In tailoring but made up for ways She and fashion are playingIt Drawings For reels of colored film entitled Gertrude Waite third, 96.1,; the big the Woman's Club next Fri

with a count of 11 in No Trump, in warmth and water repellency the skin games "In and Around Naples." He George Millers, fourth 90. day.
Lillian responds TWO NO Progress or regress whichever The original akin game, the Welcome has personally taken these I V4; Mrs II.D. Robinson and Mrs.

trump, and her partner car. preliminary plans for a wel.> motion pictures and edited theet JJ}. Johnson fifth, 87.
rles on to> game. state CandidatesLine ; ple. Each candidate pays a fee come station at carnestown m t film to show the Items of Interest In section B, several players
North now In the lead Is bat. of S per cent of the salary of the with approval of the County Com.> for a winter resident commented on the many un.
fled how to proceed. East's Up To File office he seeks; signs an oath mission this morning, but a"wl w In this area. usual !boards and congratulated ACOUSTICON

Heart-cue warns against lead. that he voted for at least BO per will maintain it"attitude remainsa i Harris, acting as narrator, Mrs. Carl Luedders playing with
ing that suit. So she starts For May Primary cent of the opposed nominees of stumbling block to the propos.{ > complimented Naples on Us Carter \Harrall on an out stand.

with the 4th highest of her Club TALLAHASSEE (AP) Can. his party during the last general al. excellent Chamber of Com. Ing game with 123.V4 points HEARING

suit, the 6.spot. Let's pause .!dates for party nomination to election promises to do the County Engineer 11 armorTurner I merce and showed shots of that against an adjusted average of

here tq realize that the Club. various state and district offices same thing In the next general displayed for the county' building The Fifth Avenue shop.' Poole AIDS
Queen, as top of sequence, would< In the May primaries lined up election; and states that he has board this morning a sketch ol C ping center was Included, fol. Jerry

have been a much better lead ( Monday night outside the secretary not been a member of another the site showing location of the> lowed by artistic views of the Wins PromotionJerry or 'HIII..t I1nrkls
and probably could have upset i of state's elections division party during the previous two welcome station, the proposed I local churches

the play to a down one or two. office I waiting for the noon whls years. State Highway Patrol Station,,, Next were many pictures of L. Poole, 20, son of Mr.
Lillian now looks for trouble, tie to begin qualifying. Under this law, the filing fee landscaping, parking lots, exits i fishing on the Naples Pier, and Mrs Uaicoin F. Poole, 1m

plays the Dummy's Club.10 and Being the first to quality car. for governor Is 1250. and entrances to both the Tam. where local fisherman are clallst mokalee was late promoted to sp s Frank C. ley
tour In January in
South ducks, most fortunate for rles no special significance except Of every fee, 60 per cent goes ami Trail and Highway 29. seen actually catching fish
where he is
Lillian Had South unblocked with In two cases to the party and 40 per cent goes lie reported the State Highway r from small mackerel to Cermany with the 181st serving

the Ace and led back, the story -The order of qualification of to the state. Patrol representatives had lIP; sharks and one enormous sting Battalion's 342d 1 Transportation IN.lrttwll.r131:1I
could have been different. But delegates to the national conven Before qualifying, candidatesare peared satisfied with the site> ray. Close.ups o/'BrdS and Company
restricted In spending earn drawing which Included the nevi' Specialist Poole, a H p driverIn : lIlh It. hnrih!' Naplesl'Mew
perhaps, not so. If leading back lions determines the order of appearance wild life In the Caribbean Car-
" the ballot. paign contributions to travel and control station dens Corkscrew and the company near Mannheim, MS
a alga\ : and-Lllllan ducks.wltrrhar : on Swamp lilJllA
I I entered the Army In-'June JVC2
The Commission approved the 1
personal After quill.
King, Couth tan never i If' two groups seek to sup. 'expenses. areas adjacent to the hlrhWaY'I '
again get the play to North to port the same candidate at the tying, the restrictions are off. site plan, and a set of 1 I are shown, along with many and arrived overseas (the follow. If nil rnrwrr
Ing November. He received basic
of a welcome station similar to
thus establish the Club national convention the first one 1 I views deplctlnr attraction.for
setting (.11 I'1l'nlnts ti' 10 p.m.
YORK (AP-Hat Corp. that located at DeFunfakprtngs. training at Fort Jackson, S.C.
tricks. Anyhow, by South'sduck.Ing t to qualify wins. However thereIs of the winter visitor
America said Monday presUdent Poole was graduated from Im.
PVT. CHARLES HORNE JR. i under the law. The Commission has the sut"h' Harris to show this
the play is made easier. an exception < plans
allowed hat mokalee High School In 1902.
Lillian's Club 10 Is good and rhe( candidate bas the choice of makers to promote an "LDJ" build orlty the by welcome special legislation station to;, film to his friends In Michigan "...u.H'u............................'Ud..... .. .. ........U..Ud.... ...... ... .. .d'..
out of -
subsequently\ she can also make Pvt. Charles E. Horne Jr., ;which group shall represent him. model. 1 where he has appointed him. : i
whose parents live on Route 1 secondary road funds. But according .
the Club.Klng. That establish.es Florida's official qualifying It's a modified version self as "Northern Representative i :
of the .
two tricks ..... another four Bonita Springs, was scheduled j period i.. from noon today to Texans' five to County Attorney James of Naples, Florida." .
gallon hat which
Adams It does not have the auth. i :
to complete an eight-week advanced ,
March 3 two-week
tricks by cashing all the 5pades. I noon a per. Is
smaller .
a version of the ;ow.boy's :
The net of it is that E.W gets infantry training course ]lod preceding the May S and orlty to maintain It. Mindanao Floods i
at the U.S. Center ten-gallon hat. Charles H. purchase of equipment to furn :
Army Training
1 Diamond j 26 primaries. i
4 3 Hearts May
pades ,
Salesky, president of Hat Corp., Take Lives Of 30 .
ish the station Is also a
Fort Gordon Ca. pmbletn
February is relatively aim .
a/td 2 Clubs, a total of ten tricks, Qualifying designed It.
game and one over for a top 15. Horne received Instructionin MANILA CAP) Deaths In I II Ii
widespread floods on Mindanao Ii
match the various phases of highly .
in points. >
You might wonder how come technical skills Ms future workIn : OFFERS TO HELP Island have mounted to about + A ; Ii i
TV. :RADIOBy The Everglades Chamber of 30, newspaper reports said t today t' tilll'llt
low from the Army will require of him
that extra Heart: go ', i
Dummy up to West's Heart as an infantryman.The Commerce has volunteered to j ))10117 p''Y r ,
17.year.old soldier enter. use allotments for advertising Cholera was reported to have THR 1 '
Jack when South's Queen
you're In for three good Hearts., ed the Army in September 1963 CYNTHIA LOWRYAP at the television screen. Everglades park to maintain the broken out In the flooded townsof i EXPRECE : ;, ::1m,4 i .

Congratulations; to the Pfelffer and completed basic training at TelevlsloiWtadlo Writer There will soon be another station. Commissioners refiec. Agusan Province :.p
MacDuff team.Forum's Fort Gordon. Horne attended NEW YORK (AP)-If ever blrth- nd a death-ln the big ted favorably on this proposalbut In Davao Province alone, 15 I
Fort Myers High School. I there was a misrepresented seg. Goodson-Todman family of pan. anticipated available funds towns were reported under wa.Jer. .

ment of the vast television audience el shows. The eight programs, will be Insufficient to maintainthe .

January 21 session 8 Ministers Due < it Is the women who spread around all three net. station mat tug the building alter iI ia

covered two sections. Board 11 In Jax Court For !turn on their sets during the works, will be joined by a ninth, The solution to the malnten. construction.The iI I ouR kkr

was played by a 7.Table Mitchell daytime hours. "Get the Message," on ABC ance problem, as pointed out by proposed site for the wel. *u. jA- **r J f.
ratter the direction of Carter Trespass Today They have been repeatedly March 30. But NBC's ''MlsslneLinks" ; commissioners, would be for the come station and the highway I
Harrall. Frank Otte directed ,pictured as a lazy, slack.. departs at the end of Development Commission to as. patrol building Is owned by the I

Section 2 which was a 6-Table JACKSONVILLE (AP)-Eight j jawed group, lolling In front of March. sums the responsibility The Collier Corporation.
Jacksonville Negro ministers I their sets, suffering deliciously The network once again will state agency hasn't Indicated such The welcome station would

were scheduled to appear In
To Call Municipal court today on tres. McVay passing charges arising from ir< people play games. Dishes 11 a.m. spot. "Seven Keys," an to authorize Commissioner A.C. tlon cost has been estimated

their efforts to break color bar. ire< supposed to be stacking up audience participation show, Hancock to attend a scheduled around $23,000. The fill, pave

For Shufflers rlers. I In the sink, beds go unmade will be dropped, on the eve of meeting with the Collier Corporation big, landscaping, and other site
Four were arrested Monday and i poor, hard-working dad Is Its third birthday to present the preliminaryplans Improvements will Increase cost

night when they refused to leave I lucky It he gets cold cuts and The packaging firm of Good. and to suggest ways of to around $75,000, it was felt I
This SaturdayRay the downtown Robert Meyer Ho. I potato salad for dinner. son-Todmin has network shows: Why experienced

tel after trying to register They The truth Is that daytime serials occupying a magnificent week. .

McVay, of DanvllK Ind., were booked In city jail and re. i and panel or game shows ly total of 18'/j' hours of network "5,
will call square dances for the leased on their own recog. inlzances. ire admirably designed and time. That Includes the Richard I
Sunshine Shufflers next Saturday t used for auxiliary occupations. Boone dramatic anthology, but I '. d '! wig fA travelers goTrailways

evening. February 22. McVay The other four were arrested 'While footballer baseball. the remaining 17'/i' hours Is all f ,J 'fj
:takes a Florida tour In February Friday when they refused to watching demand the (usually run and games l I

and March of every year, ana leave Morrison's cafeteria after male) viewer's total attention, It "Get the Message" will use
the Shufflers have tried to engage seeking service. I Is easy and pleasant to sew, celebrlty.audlence participant j I

him In the two past seasons, but Among the arrested last Mon. iarn, knit, hook rugs, paint china teams to guess words on the g

were never able to find him withan day was the REV. J. C. Sams, wash dishes, even make basis of clues.Recommended. j ,

open Saturday date. This year 54, first vice president of the beds while following the prog. i Trailwa '" i\' u better all ov ,1\

they were successful, and they First State Convention of ress of "You Dont Say" or the tonight "Gar. : Travel**. .< n America': *most moo .es.
are expecting a good represen. America and president of the I jivolvements of "As the World ry Moore Show," CBS, 10.11 Vista-vie, windows Reclining seats Immaculate
tatlon from the Sun Coast clubs progressive Baptist state Con. 1 rums." They require, at the (EST)-with Nat King Cole and II !
The dance will be held in the Shufflers' Hall, Naples Federal / ( a pleasure all the way!

Savings Building, at 8 pjn.Spec. t

tators will be welcomed. 11 Arthritis Mtdieal SupervisionShortwave 7 I II I

Last Saturday six squares dan. e Bursitis! Diathermy ,

ced to the calling of BUI Muench, NeuritisOverweight Ultra Sound
of Tampa. Among the guests
Hot !Park
were John and Jola Shrewsbury, .

Jim and Marie Volpe, AI and Sciatic I MaiMfeTractioi

Margaret Albert of Holt, Mich., I I -- d, ;TNAIw rf Jra
Bud and Bea Clllesple of Sun. Mrdre Sonslator

fleffl, Mich.; Ed and Lillian Janda In Florida :
Mich. Helen and Roger .
of Flint, ; .. .
Smith of Upper Saddle River, .

N.J.;Jack Fred and and Phlla Gladys Naylor Steagaland both I 3d D after bowling beer is a naturalAfter I i EasIest travel on earth. !

of Fort Myers. I ,,en, Naples T.l One.Wey !

)'ou we Urn Id. game or tw o, or w hen \uu're winding up Doily Thru Service $17.70 :
Vo,,',. in the et ening at the neighborhood bow ling crntc'r.lt'.good to relax
:* hands with 44i ( with founds and ,.. What better add the
.\ good compare kur way to to : 5 C."v.nl.nt Trips Dolly 3.20 :
10 miles port and the socublcncM than with a refreshing'gls.. of beer i
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see or phone \'our familiar glass of beer i> SM> a pleasurable reminder that, TAMPA :
1 6 Convonlonl Trips Dolly 4.95
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Alva Falls To Naples For 15th Time Hot Gators

Eagles At Punta Gorda Tonight Hope 11 Straight To MakeIt

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After a very productive week

Naples and Punta Corda's basketball 44, with two minutes left. But end, the Everglades Oators now SPORTS
teams, which will meet the Eagles dropped in six straight are setting their sights on winning
February 28 In the first roundof free throws to clinch the decis their last four games of the

the district tournament, clash ion. Clark, Bob Koch, and season to close out the year . . . . . . . . .
tonight In Punta Gorda as the Ritchie each made two of these with 11 victories in a row.
final week of regnilar.seasonplay Soul shots. Tonight's opponent is North
begins. All 10 Naples players saw & Fort Mjers In the Fort Mjers 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday February 18. 1964
Tonight's contest could be a action In the second and fourth :Ir Junior High g>m.The Red Knights
The second team came looked like they could handle
meaningful preview of things to quarters.
come In tournament play and In as a unit and played the last e'l just about anyone) when they beat Out For Two
Coach Andy Lorentzson hopes 1:12 of the first half, and In the Naples last week, so the Gators Bids Going

the Eagles can put on a good last quarter all the reserve +t wlll have a fight on their hands I
show and capture a victory over again got into the game one at tonight.
the Tarpons. Back In December a time. Everglades closes out the sea..
the Charlotte boys came here Before the game Clark way son with two home games next National Cage TourneysAnd
and showed a lot of class In limping noticeably because of weekend and a road game at
knocking off Naples, 5535.: what Lorentcson described as Moore Haven next Tuesda, then just why did Providence culminate In the national tour.
But the Eagles have playeda a Charley horse. The tall Jun. goes to Immokalee for the district the National Invitation Tournament nament at Kansas city March
lot of games since then, and lor shook It off and turned In tournament February' 28 defending champion turn 20.21. The other 15 spots go to
they will be anxious to show a good all-around gare. Led 29. The home games will be down a bid by" the NIT and ac. conference champions.
the Tarpons they have learned by Clark's seven.for.seven Naples ii\. with Miami Christian Friday and copt one from the National Col. The NIT, which will be playedIn
something Punta Gorda Is a hit on 20 of 26 free throw p Iw k p V T Lee Junior. Senior on Saturda leglate Athletic Association? New York's Madison Square
funny team to figure out. The attempts. jrgT After clinching their second Well, athletic director the Garden March 12.21. picked De.

team has a 7.12 record, but potentially Naples committed 24 personal straight Everglades: Conference Rev. A. B. Begley candidly) paul, 16.2; Pitt, 14.61; and New
Is the best team In fouls and gave Bob Brown of Alva ; league championship Friday night pointed out, "it's the first time York University 11.5. Nine
southwest Florida.In 22 chances to score at the free : by beating Alva, Coach Phil Lar. we had a chance to accept." others will be selected later.
recent games, Punta Gorda throw line. Brown made 15 : :-:: son's G.tors celebrated home. Which means it's the first time Providence, 17.3 after Monday
lost by three points at home to but he missed 15 of his 18 field iMiitf'-,.' ... ;, coming Saturday' night by' upend the NCAA had ever picked night's 95.73: triumph over
Fort Myers then traveled goal attempts. Jim Manning, tog Miami High's "B" team, Providence to fill one of the 10 Scranton and Villanova ranked
to Sarasota and upset River view. who had 22 points at Everglades f- 1162. aUlarge spots in its national fifth nationally at 19-2. are In
Dave Funk and Wayne Quick two Friday night made only one out It was the first defeat of the tournament. the NCAA Eastern regional
Joys who consistently score 20 of 17 shots from the floor, but season for the junior Stlnearees, "We accepted the NCAA invitation along with Temple Middle Atlantic .
,points will demand the Eagles'attentlton added eight foul shots to make dittviB'fc ffTa.3m363i.Ji \ fi I \ '; In. who had won 18 in a row. in. ," Begley said, "becausewe champion, and the cham
Dana South and high. double figures. Charles Rein. eluding an earlier 8i7J victor belong to the NCAA and It's pions of the Yankee, Southern
LEAVES I IT BE H I N D- George OFIahtrty' from Detroit, Mien leaves I wall of "
Jumping Tom Levine are good bott, Alva's leading scorer, was over Everglades. By winning, our association championship Ivy and Atlantic Coast confer.
scorers and rebounders.j home with a cold. wattr behind> h. kit on water near Sydney, Australia. Water ski and lurfboard fan the Gators extended their cur. In addition to Providence the ences.
Naples will have to play bet. Naples "B" team won its third have found the wives tall and water warm at this time of year off the Australian coait rent winning streak to seven NCAA selected defending champion Loyola 15.5: and Louisville

ter tonight to win than they did straight, 47-40, over the Alva games Their season record now Chicago Loyola, VlHanova, 14.6. are In the Mideast with the
In the is 20.6. and In league play the)' conference champs from the
;Saturday night, when the Eagles reserves Louisville Oregon State Utah
.scrambled to a 64.47 victory Jerry HowelPs team estab. Junior T Teams Host Luke ApplingIn are 8.1. State and Seattle. Mid America, Ohio Valley',
pver Alva. Naples made mis shed an early superiority over High Charlie Goff led the Gatorsto One more NCAA aUlarge team Southeastern and Big Ten.

.takes, missed shots, and hada the opposition but Alva chop. Baseball their homecoming triumph remains to be picked for the The Midwest has Creighton,
, fourth-quarter letdown after ped away at Naples' big lead. Saturday with 25: points. Jack long string of eliminations that 195, Texas Western, 19-2. and
filing up a big lead. Naples again pulled away and Davis had 16, David Barton and winners from the Southwest,
Alva countered again In the wan. To N. Ft. Myers TonightNaples Hall Of Fame Junior Ballard nine each, Butch Villanova And Missouri Valley Big Eight and
DEAD COLD Ing minutes. Hughes eight and Danny Smith one more at.large team to be

! But Alva had an incredibly cold Ten players scored for Naples, Junior High's basket. points In the third ATLANTA (AP) Those "old four named
night, making only 10 field goals led by Al Hackney with 12 points ball teams play their last home ion led Nples scorers quarter. John with aches and pains" which gave Hughes continues to lead Gator Depaul Move Up The Far West has Oregon
put of 62 shots for a 16 per and Mike Weeks with 10. Tom games of the season tonight 18 points Steele adding It Luke Appling his nickname are scorers with 430 points In State, 21.3, Utah State, 17.3,
cent mark. This Inability to4nake Bernard added seven, Ed Stoner against North Fort Myers with gone. He's In the baseball Hall 26 games for a 16.5 average. Seattle, 16.4. and winners from
Finger six Jerry Morgan
shots, plus Naples' super. five, James Keen and Randy the first game set for 6:30 at John Craig, two ant Dahlin three and of Fame now. Goff has 315 points and a 12. In AP Cage Poll the Western Athletic Confer.
lor work under the boards, al. Harris three each, Brad the high school gymnasium. Terry Morgan one each. "I feel just like I had hit a palm average, Davis 299 and 11.5: Terence, the Big Six and the
lowed the home team to pick Unkeless, Gary Sharp and Frank Naples picked up two some. Potter paced Everglades with home run with the bases loaded Ballard 242 and 10, and Bar. Villanova and Depaul both West Coast Conference.
jup... Its 10th victory in 18 games. Townsend two each, and Paul what easy victories earlier In 19 points, John Russell had 12, with two out In the ninth In the ton 182 and a severwpolnt aver. selected for postseason tourna. Regional flrsUround eliminations .
Alva now Is 8-10 for the sea. FeUch one. Keith Freeman led the season against North Fort Danny Mitchell and Travis Goff seventh game of the World age ments, moved up In this week's will be held In Philadel.
Alva with 16 points. Myers but the visitors will be seven each, and Tom Mitchelland Series," said Appling who seta "It was probably our best game Associated Press major.college phla, Evanston, 111., Dallas and
on.The Ramblers have lost 15 eager to settle the score. Larry Harmon four each. major league record of 2,218 of the year Larson said ofSaturday's basketball poll The voting still Eugene Ore. Teams with first.
straight games to Naples In a The Scoring: Coach Keith Brlfht's 7.9 games at shortstop for the Chicago victory. The Gators Is dominated by unbeaten UCLA round byes are the champs from
string that dates back to 1956.: graders picked up their ninth White Sox. "I tell you I employed three different de followed by Michigan and Ken. the Atlantic Coast the Big

97, LorenUson's first year as NAPLES FG FT TP victory in 10 games Friday when Liston Clay never felt better" Tenses during the game, a zone tucky. Eight the Southeastern the
head coach h.re.Saturday' they traveled to Alva and found Appling who batted over .300 in the first quarter a man.to. Duke and Oregon State also Big Ten, the West Coast and the
game got off toa Ritchie __4-11 4-5 12 the home team absent at the In 16 of his 20 seasons, was man in the second period, anda gained ground while Drake, the Big Six.
slow start, but It heated up Bowen _6-15 2.3 14 appointed time. So it went Into Will Weigh In elected to the Cooperstown full.court press after inter. Missouri Valley Conference Regional championships are

after five minutes. Naples held Clark __._5-15 7-7 17 the books as a forfeit victory. N.Y., Hall Monday on an un. mission. pacesetter! advanced to 10th scheduled March 13.14 in
only a 6.5 lead, but junior for. Derson _.3.18 2-4 8 Probable starters for Naples At Same TimeMIAMI precedented second ballot. Hy "We wore them down with the place. Raleigh N.C., Minneapolis
ward Marty Bowen went to work Morton' _.0.l 0-1 0 will be Mike Sharp Carlos Al Hurwltz secretary of the Base. press," The coach explained. UCLA collected 35! first place Wichita, Kan., and Corvallis.Ore. ,
and scored two field goals and fonso Fernando John BEACH ball Writers Association of "They had the lead until late In and 376 in the .
Pease _____3-13 22 8 Rlvero Abbott (AP-Heavy. votes points
the third but they madea
a free throw to give the Eaglesa America announced the resultsat ,
and Jerry Davis. weight boxing champion Bonny balloting by a special panel of
Koch ____1.3 2-2 4 lot of mistakes and bad passes,
workable advantage. Coach Bill Marshall's fresh Liston and contender Casslus Boston. 38 regional selectors The Bruins Following
Welch __ _0-1 00 0 and we took advantage of them.
It was 11.7 going Into the last men lost a close 53.47 decisionto Clay will welghtn together for Appling thus joined fellow beat Washington twice last week
minute and a half, and then the Splng-ler __0-0 1.2 1 Everglades "B" team at Ever. their Feb. 25: title fight, come Georgian Ty Cobb whom he Miami got away only 46 shots, and upped their record to 21.0. l
from the floor but made 22 ol The
Eagles scored eight straight Rpais _0-1 0-0 a glades Saturday and the Panthers what may once Idolized. Cobb was the first them stay In contention., Michigan had one first place DogsAt
points to further widen the lead. hope to rebound tonight against The Miami Beach Boxing player elected. Appling Is the vote and 320 points and Kentucky
David Pease meshed two foul TOTALS 22.78 20-20 64 North Fort Myers. Probable Commission decided with a 39th elected by the baseball point Everglades lead with had 36 seconds only a five)left ,' polled 299 points on a Banit.Sme .
shots Steve Clark scored starters Steve Steele face that writers. basis of 10 for vote
on a are Jerry straight Monday night a flrsUpl ace ,
,, and Miami was on the free throw
feed pass from Buzz Morgan John Dahlln Jeff Johnson the rivals could attend together The onetime Atlanta school 9 for second etc. The
D.rson. line ,, t Wolverines good races ere rm 4 tp
ALVA FO FT TP a chance tot but the I
Berfon came back to score him. and Mark Finger The without serious danger to either boy drew 189 votes on' the 223: defeated Indiana 99- "fo1"1 a 11.2 tonight: it the Naples Forl
lead to three. But the shot missed
Murphy _4.10 3.4 11 l ballots submitted authorized I
self on a fast break, and Walter team's record Is 4.8. party. by record while Kentucky Is 18.2 Myers Kennel Club with II firM
and the Gators scored four
Ritchie fed Bowen for another Blown _3.18 15-22 21 The freshmen have one more Liston's advisor Jack Nllon, BBWAA members. A total of afterwards. point after whipping Mississippi State of rich! top doc running In (he
two points. Manning __M7 8-9 10 game after tonight another en. had requested separate weigh. 169, or 75! per cent of the votes A large homecoming crowd 6559. feature Grade A 10th end minir

Ritchie, Bowen, and Clark pac. Pealey __0-10 0-3 0 gajement with Everglades "B" Ins lie said the champ was an. cast, Is needed for election. saw Goff sink 10 out of 16 field Duke's Blue Devils advancedone fine distance crcvhouml entered -
ed Naples In scoring and In rebounding Lee _2.7 1.2 5 team at Everglades next Sa. gry at Clay and might "knockout Charles (Red) Ruffing arteht.handed goal! attempts to lead Gator place to fourth with two In two '% mile marathon
through the second and turday. The Gators had a 10. the kid at the welgh-in." ) pitcher who gained marskmeu. and Barton flrsUplace votes and 251! points. pvpnin Post time I III 11:1\:\: ,
-- Hughes
third quarters. Clark also block point lead after three quarters, Clay's trainer Angelo Dundee his fame with the New York Duke Is 17.3 after beating Vir. Tommy. Tommy lee\
won Larson's for their
TOTALS praise
ed several shots The game got 10-C2 27.40 4T but had to hang on as Naples said the whole idea was unprecedented Yankees failed to make it de. work under the boards. glnla and Davidson. owned) and I trained. IN trio fav01 .
rather ragged and rough under theboards rallied In the closing minutes. and ridiculous."If spite his 184 votes.WASHINGTON Villanova moved up three 'Ho In limlcht Crude A on
after halftime, but the Naples _._19 11 13 21-04 Steele and Johnson paced this Liston Is afraid to face places to fifth and Depaul the basin of hi* fine record an
players kept their heads Na. Alva __ 7 11 11 18-47 last-quarter rally Steele scoringsix my fighter" he said "you can climbed one notch to ninth. V1U an inside runner Running. from,
1.s' lead varied from 10 to 18 points and Johnson 10 In the assure Liston that I won't let Sen. Long Wants LeagueTo lanova 192 following victories the one box, thin rod brindle

points until late In the fourth Ken and Flood of fourth period. John Potterof Clay hurt him." over Duquesne and Canlslus, dot should be touch to beat

quarter. St. Louis, Ron Santo and Dick Everglades dumped In 10 point Meanwhile Clay said that was named as an aUlarge teamto Paledon Mar from the ilxbox
himself In the last quarter to when he climbs into the ring the NCAA tourney Monday. the position
CLOSE THE GAP Bertell of Chicago and Frank keep the Gators In front. with Llston "I'm going to walkover Get Tough With Finley Depaul, 16.2 including last Is while named Anna for Lilt from place the five-

Alva stared'a brief and belated Robinson of Cincinnati were the Naples trailed by only two to his corner push him out week's triumphs over Marquette box is expected to finish third,

rally that brought the Ram. only National Leaguers to get points at halftime,but Everglades of the way and use his resin CAP) Sen. Long a subcommittee mem!,. and Western Ontario, accepted Other entries are Mr Echo
biers within seven points, St. five hits In one game last season outscored the Panthers by eight box." Edward V. Long, D-Mo., urged her, said baseball would sacrl,. a bid to the National Invitation Prime Monarch. Buhhle On

American League baseball today flee any right to antitrust 1 lav, Tournament. Shop and Fiery Helm
to get tough In its row with exemptions if it falls to enforc t Wichita remained sixth d e.
defiant Charles O. Flnley own. its expired ultimatum to Finley,, spite its 64-63 setback by Drake. ENTRIES
er of the Kansas City Athletics. It had given him until last Sat. Oregon State went from ninth t tc Flak Crtd. D S/IS
Ftnley Is trying to move his urday midnight to arrange t seventh following a 76.72 co n Mario G.I' I' L... A ItB
TODAY'S BEST OPPORTUNITY club out of Kansas City in the keep the team In Kansas City o or quest of Seattle for a 213 record. &w.f fJU Klu It I Quick Ocoru Trek Mir face of counter-threats by the face possible loss of his fran., Davidson fell from fourth to Gold: Strut 11 ?.Peale I

league to revoke his franchiseand chise eighth The Wildcats lost to Fur. tew*: On*. D t/ll
drive him out of baseball man and Duke last week. P.I, Sicr.t I Bitch Tit I
tyr ,1' 1 v >kt Y Y ., N IANnIt APB eY he goes. Finley has retorted that Drake replaced vanderbilt In N.iv. Lynn Id' Blond' Son I
he will sue If the league Ft. Little League the Top Ten on the strength of Mi Earl Tr.cy Stone 11 t Sr.Rmitxi Dark 0
tempts any such crackdown. Its victory over Wichita and a
Long spoke out in an Inter Board 17.4 record. Vandy seventh a Grade M 1/11
MeetingSet Rnrh ItJ
C.rnlyn K Mie I Brriwy
view in advance of hearings be. week ago, lost two games last .m.i J.ct 4 "' ,null ..k JMI.
K>M UttM fore the Senate Antitrust and week, 75.71: to Georgia Tech )In ,l.m Su. A Al., Llnton I
.... 71 Flo Mac I
Mar. 2 *
IfACH&T Monopoly subcommittee which For overtime and 64.62 to Tennessee.

"+,'t t unoett c0 MYERS could bring Finley and American The Top Ten, with first place F.urth G,.... E 1/11
f? The Li'l'i:
Naples League
SrdwyMok. I Pillow
League President Joe Cronin votes In parentheses and
Board will hold what is billed pointson Cutter Mike, I Echo.d It
face to face now or later, a 1098765432.1 basis; Tri.. Lilt a Volume 4
although the subcommittee's as an important meeting Mon. 1. UCLA (35) 376 CI...,. Lind. II Honey. Wink t
'j APlE1 al.HpA.AA ru ? .. 0""rn"" prime Interest has nothing to do| day March 2. This meeting 2. Michigan ((1)) 320 Firth Orede D l/ll
has been called for 8 p.m. at
with the row. 3. Kentucky 299 Sandy tar S Flip Away (
The subcommittee Is conduct. City Hall by the President 4. Duke (2) 231: Water M Max a Oiark Sadie 10
Mary Pall" } Kind tlr 1 ( I
A CL aAAAOAp '1y, ing hearings on legislation the Rev Richard Lambert. 5. Villanova 164 Mr ,....," e 7 W.II."..., M
which would grant uniform antitrust Each committee will submit 6. Wichita 139 .
POINCIANAUNO "l.th Orade D 1/
law exceptions to reports, as all leagues make
cORO ArCHOICE pro Oregon State Ill Circut. Hrtue 1d Mau Kroth IfBrdwy
BONITA SPRINGS football basketball and ice ffhal plans for the 1964 season. 8. Davidson Oj ) Junior I ) Perfect Jack 12
e.. .. hockey as well as to baseball, The agenda will also Includethe DePaul 76 Not,,.. Kind Flirt' S t Mick er..f.. s.Work. AC S
which Is the only one of the four setting up of registration 10. Drake 47
sports now enjoying such ex. plus finishing the league sche ,."...,... Geol. C i/il.
Sound I J un. "' ''".)1' SI.
ACREAGE WATERFRONT PROPERTIES emptlons.The dules. .'.,, SL lei,. e.,1 7 rSPnk.r
subcommittee's chair. All interested adults with ,,,'. Neklce 10
man, Philip A. Hart, D-Mlch.,, questions, advice or offers PESSACOI \ I ,I 'W) The Me, Roll ,ally Dolly SEllhtb
in parcels of forty or more acres are being offer. several parcels on either Estero River or Ostego said Cronin and Nations j assistance are invited to Ladies' Profe.M n-ioolf Association ...... C 1/1'
League President Warren Giles attend. tour this year will beginat Top IClns I Reb.n It.db.1 1S.
ed for sale between from the under --- the Scenic trills .. Fan I 0"." I.. I
in Lee County midway Bay directly across new Causeway were the only scheduled wit. : Country Clubf ...."...." 7 t PI.y tllIOli I
nesses, because Flnley had not Paul Maxwell, 16 and one CIo ,, here on March: 19. N., "Iwee 'Z DII.t 10
Naples and Fort Myers. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort Myers Beach and Bonita even answered Invitations t, the nation's youngest Jockeys wh o, the Following the touchy event Ninth, Or.de 111Mu.ick
Hart said Flnley would sal golfers will have an opens
testify. 1
the fastest growing areas in Southwest Florida! Beach. be granted a hearing If he did has been riding at Hialeah thl week after which will follow theS M.r Senedct Mar, Lucky Fruky Leet Krefh 10 4
| winter, has his father book hi Si, Petersburg Women's Open, Alet. 'I Mist., .. *
show up. Giles Is not InvolvedIn Neitlt' Mel.i I Shown I
April 2-5
the American League row. mounts
a Tent Grade A l/ll
Cap Tammy 12 Anne Lltt I
Mr, Echo I Peledon Mar 4
Prim Monarch I Shop 7
M117i Bubble On 10 Fiery Helen I
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Township 4* South, Hang SJ }:a.l !Scrll.m :u! fractional) My) Bonne Chf 11 Cool Like 12Mi
the Atlantic I Coastline Railroad touches or runs W'l,) and M acres adjacent to At I. K.R. In Srrtlnn :TS. Tnun- 1/8:15/ Lou t Brdwy Tiny. I
ship 47 South Kane! U t:. .t-AtrHon t (In*'I Lots. I. S:I 1 J: Semi Cla.ilc 11 Afent Babe. 7"rd.r
through three of these parcels The Tamiami? Trail NK!>4 of 8F.%. f; 8L'!, of >n.) Section II ol County Rout) Section S (S't'! of S't Ant t of "',5. 41)) "Section S'NJ2AY
is adjacent to another parcel. A paved county 14 N'j( ) Section 13 (all r\rrpt tl aim. ) Section IT ( raso/
ol Sft'i' South and Neal t ol! Spring CYcck M\, of WANA
I NE'4'\ East of Counly Road; B'j' of N''| of Nand\ 8'. of SWAP?
road runs through parcels in two sections Nib) RectUm IX (Co
(portion of M4 ndf Wi' of t'4 South of Spring Cork) DOG RACING home? Pine
Section 21 (W'i' 8F'4)! Section *! (portion of SA'i'\ and room Ridge
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total to *53: bettering the
1999 Old Sedan Dynamic II carport replace air cond son ,
30 ft, Chris Craft. S.. Skiff PS PB. Radio 1095.00 la one bedroom Punka" fan with seven homers and 47 runs Kentucky record of 538 set In former Boston Unlver.
twin Chrysler 171 a. radio. d.pth 1959 Chevrolet LWB HT pickup In living room partially fur. PUBLIC NOTICE batted in. Beauchamp was one Pilot Own PlanesJolted shy athlete who signed with
smh.r auto pilot 1934 by Cliff llajin. The loss
finder pres.ors New paint to n ahed f desired 200 front n. of
well system moneltanka ready 195 go 00 of property unable to be seen the Cardinals' bright pros. was Vandy's third In a row civ by the airplane crash Baltimore for a $40,000 bonus
shahs and .tut.- from ttreet Drive In end .... NOTICE pacts hitting .337 at Tulsa lathe plan'on
1960 Corvair 100 .sedan aid that killed Chicago Cub second disappeared In his private
electric winch full canvas S.I.100. Ml 11360 F L. Vales. The Game and Fresh Water Fish Ing- the Commodores a 6.'
ill foam rubber bunks 3 set 1951 shift Ford convertible very clean VS S91 runt.00 200 N. Lake Drive. Commission ol the Stale of Florid. Texas League Taylor was 011 record baseman Ken llutbs, some' ma a flight over Chesapeake.

of wheel*-eudbury salt water good $9100 2/l ltf under end by virtue of the power with a 3.75 earned run averageat ;Jor league baseball! clubs have Bay.
..T tm finest aaa skiff In and authority ranted under Section Kentucky took over undlsput.
Naple Call Midway 2.list. 1957 Mercury hardtop cp*.. tt1rmb in Royal Harbor, 30, ol Article TV of the Constitution: Tulsa. ed possession of first place In started to grapple with the far. Ga&tall and llubbs, 1082 "National
...- Mercomat. Push Button t boat dock, fireplace of the S'at of Florida. *a amended Kookle of
League the
JSTt. ChrIs Craft Se* SkTf; 395 00 and porch 12 K M with and ratified by the voter of Floridaon the conference with a 0.2 record reaching questtont\
twin screw. ship to thor. tully 1911 Chevrolet I. Ton duel barbeque Marlowe and Beck November 3. 1942 and Rulea) and Signing contracts Mondaywere The thlrd.ranked Wildcats boost. Should players be permitted to Year who crashed l while piloting

equipped sloops five. readyto wheel with utility body Realtor. 413 Ith Ave, So Ml Regulations of the Commission plans pitchers Bud Daley, Stan their lanes? a plane near Provo Utah are
and to ..11!!, See 395.00 ed their season record to 192.\ pilot own t> ,
go priced 11221 2: IStft.frl to dote *a a Wildlife) Refuge for anIndefinite
at Royal. Palm Yacht ClubFort 1917 Dodge Sedan Fair condo period of time the follow Williams, Tom Met calf and rote Georgia Tech which had been In response to a survey by the only players on record tl
Mytrt. ED ton 41712 195 00 ln described In Collier Mikkelsen with the New York ,
( art County have did while owls
The Associated Press only the flying their
1/ 1917 Plymouth Sedan. Runt 4 BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME Florida: tied wllh Kentucky for the lead, ,
good 29100 With II X 30 ft. Florid Room Caribbean Oardani and atfacn| Yankees; pitchers Gary Bell, Idle Monday night Out the Boston Situ I Sox said they had kli,'craft.
FISHERMAN 1950 Dodge H T. Pickup canopy matter Sam McDowell and Gordon Se was
21 ft. UI rick ton. flying broom:.cr edb.r.tl'r landa. > an "ul\dpnlandinll" barring IS
bridge 291.
body good tires 00 and condl I Yellow Jackets take on Tennnes.
Notice I I.
221 Gray Marino. tle.pt three. 1957 Ford convertible VS, 4 honed; utility room 2 car carport hereby given that the fried with Cleveland; infielder players from holding pilot II. SPORTS SHOW SET *
Comml"talon I will hold hearIn In vital conference
a a
complete with chair public see tonight
SP. Trans .00tfttht well and
$399 city aewerege : Don Buford with the Chicago
on the 29th day of February But Louis Mil !
and oth.r censes, SI. wan.
many Top ,
for Q E. at for both teams Norhtittal
pump sprInkling ovaand A D. I9M Florid game Nl 1\\ MM The
at Orlando at White and infielder PORK" ( -
condition. S.950.00. Sox Gene
CON Burton
I95S Ford Conv Foul ) All I kee and Kansas
( Shape refrlg ruts and drapeaheet Pittsburgh City
flrOl. 1.212' S' M A.M. clock' relative, to cloan Tech has an 8.2 record, while ,
12100, some furniture. T.V cable. gas Alley with Pittsburgh. Spurts, Vucel' I on undj I
the above described area to sail they reviewing
were a probeI..m
1957 Ford St. Wagon (Rough) ONLY $11100 Located itIlil Tennessee Is right behind with ,
I* ft. A lo" berilaa, Boat 12100 7th Av*.. No Cell Bill hunting and I an Ing. Persons Inter that has two edges. Travel Slu>* will l>. held! in ihtj
with windshield at top 21 MP INGRAM CHEVROLET. INC Tucker. Midway 2.1051. eated may appear In person or by Ralph Ualdm, who drove 7.2. Kentucky, Tech and Tennes. While the New folk li>li .tum, ten. 21B I

pale MOO, Phone outboard motor, Only I 130 Ninth St. No. Ml 2.110$ resolution A.or D.petition ALDRICH roller Speedy Stol .li u wot Id bee are the only teams remain. admitting problemwas March I ITu I.
Uldw'U.4o. f Naples. fl.. 3 Bedroom t tile bath home Director Ing with a shot It the title. serious, the clubs Indicated
l:56,4 I milo l list
record INs
27 FT CHRIS CRAFT T---;;; en 1113.14.11.11 located In The Moorings. Carpet Qm and Fresh Water : year I
(inn. d.pth fnd.r. Like new ing throughout living room. fish Commission 4'.\ ur-old native. of Canada. In other games, Auburn ('" Uv, February 18, 1901 HI.lIm OUNFY NEWS t .
$ ,400 00. Ml 1 5340.r Ml 2 2I7JIMf 1951 Volkaw".n grad condi.tion. dining room hall and ono bedroom Feb IS 19M *41
/ Completely' alrconditlonod .
UI 1.3DI1. 2/lief
.. and heeled disposal d,th. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE. COURTIN .. U
5-Buslrwi Opps. Morris Minor 1000 I ",. Eneep washer Paved driveway to carport AND FOR '" : J; r,I! A :rl ., h" '.: i, ,laxrl
low mileage, good raaa and storage room. Nice' COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN : ,r ?
291 Cove Lane 4-t p.m."d.I/ ,II screened In porch Lawn aodd.d ,' PROBATE No 717 l L t', 4 ;(' ': .. ....... ;1 '. flU<" I." ... u .. .- ..\
FOR EASE' PROFITABLE. and partially lndcped Ph. IN RE: ir 'J .I \ ''f. "'",\11) : \ T1l U'l AV Is # .
.. I ;JINi1111. II: o' ..,r ''II1..J ,1 <0 9lI
I IWEILIOCATI'OI MIBKGAL 44 M bile Ml ,-4114ia11un/p.m. No brok"' ESTATE'lOP t' "I' (f Mksf7ne 1t"'lh wtr .7. i 4iI :t fhtnail, .., .

INVESTMENT REQUIR 3 kedVooma. 2 both*. 1H block' Deceased ,\.I' :. .', .' J I<; I'If. I 11
to beach On Central! Ave $31
S QUALIFIED APPLICANTS .blO Weatwood Trailer A lakefront 500. Has delude living. room creditors of the estate of i II :1 ,t
lot. 4 air condo I'
patio giveaway HERSCHEL
REPLY BOX Florida room combination with J. DANIEL deceased, .
IW R 19,000, See H ,'t
1lIIUn16SMALL price : fireplace. screened porch and are hereby notified and required to 'I
-I Luff ,R. E, Broker. 421 ; : Ie
St "
enclosed garage. Alto Included file' any' claim or demand which ':',
No. Ml 22271 they have said eatate In the '. I ,
MOTEL APTS -NEAR and carpeting Tom against d
BEACH HAS EVERYTHING 2/lltftthi_ :::rtd.: R.tltor 132 Park St off ce of the County judge of Col. :, F'

OWNER BUILDING LARGER Furnished Trailer. fenced with bo Ml 2.... .. 2/lltf Her County Florid. In East Naples, .. '. I'L' t It
MOTEL EXCELLENT IN. landtcap TV, antennaS Florida. within an ((6) calendar Ie
; j.
COME. Ml 27121 Terms month from the date of the first
( 500 See this Mobile Small furnished homo, $1000. publication of this NOTICE. Each ,'d 1
2/20tfath Home !I at Lake
today Kelly location'
trees quiet
G H, LUFF .. : many such claim or demand must b* In '"
421 tth St No Marlowe and Back Realtor, 413Sth and :
writing must stale the placeof
2/IStfe Midway 22270 Av*. So Ml 2.1221. residence. and post office addressof ICIe\
7DogsCatsPetsUnusual 2/20tfth th* claimant and must b* sworn
t* by the claimant hla agent er

long haired Chihuahua. Apartments For Rent BUILDER OFFERS' his attorney. ort will become void
male sill' to hi cheat/i.rMI Inrd Roomy 2 and 1 bedroom hornet eccordmg' to I.w.THOuAS. rp
re Pin R:dg en 11th Av*, So between SIN A R. BROWN 1
fludloff 11I..fl.luO,1111lnstrudlon Ith Rta priced from 114.MO to Ancillary r

OWNER'S large atudlo effl.ciency 117100 with good term. Administrator CumTeatamento

Air condo t heat WILLIAM B. STONE 'INC Annan
Schools Com pi' furnished' Ml 12792. Builder* SMITH, CARROLL VEQA ..
990 14th St No: 2/11,2120 10 Tenth St.110.. Ml I 2.17312lrFTW Belch BROWN Building 4' NICHOLS _
NAPLES TUTORING SERVICE Furnished apartment for rent Naples I FloridaAttorneya d411t1 J
NOW .|N OUR btft VI'AR S19 per week Inquire tt 1041Creech for Administrator I i I .
Road 2/11 58-lots For SaU Fab U. 21 Mar 1. 10 I9M #ll ,

Au Subiecta Q ualltiedLevela

i bedroom furnished A" See.senel IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN
Afea Teachari Industrial. Lots an Radio Road AND FOR
1 r.nt.l. Call UI J.Il14. .

FOR TOURISTS 100' a MO, tZ.'OO wth terms.Trail No. 771 '
Writ. Box 131.A N.p'''. Fl.. One bedroom furnianed apartment : I IN reEatate: e
932 Third Av*. So. balance I Acre Lot 50' I 1M$47i of
of season. Call Tommy US 00 dn.. btl $10. per "'.. C Grady 1.r .
12-H.lp Wanted Kehoo. Ml 2 2(99 or 2,3139, DIck Hill Broker :; rhJ.T CREDITORSAll
2/7tf creditor* of the estate of
Office at the .H,03lhousi Co. CHARLES J, GRADY deceased, are Y
4 vY eew- r
Ml I !
SSS WEEKLY AND MORE t bedroom Apt. For Rent fur hereby notified and required to file
For reliable man or woman to mined or unfurn ahed. Season 2/l3tfsln{ any claims' or demands which they
service customers In Naplea/ month or year round On Gulf I may have against said eatate in
Full or part time. No Inveatment Shore Blvdr nice view *f Bayor PORT ROYAL Lot 122. Galleon 'th* office of the County Judge of
Writ C. R. Rubl.. Dept Gulf Call Midway 2 2391 or Drive For Sale or Trade. Collier County. Florid, In the courthouse ,
F.2, P' O Box 2447 Ma phi*. I 0131. Write O J. Herbert IIlO Post at Cast Naples. Florida. within .
Tonne****: 2/ 115 Rood. Darin. Conn sic calendar months from the
Modern I bedroom, wnfurnlah. data of the first publication of this
ed APARTMENT with complete 71 i 100' Hometite S block not c*. Each claim. or demand must
WHY! FULLER 8RUSHMAN kftchen Near beech end ahoa- to beach 3rd Ave No. $..700 be In writing end must ante the
NEEDS PART.TIME HELP ping, BY SEASON OR YEAR, Tom McBride. Realtor. 132 place or residence and post office,
MU .T HAVE CAR AND flF US r!h.."" ." So. Ml 1.J3SII Park St So Ml 1..4. 11111T. address of the claimant and mutt be
BONDABLE. WRITE N'CK swan to by the claimant h,. agent,
BRUCKNER ".0, BOX I7S4, I bedroom 'u".d .p."t tettl Etttte Lot II. BlockK .r hoe attorney .r It will become ,+11 ,oa4iu' f
2/1 Hf13hUlp 3 block t. b..c" AdultS only' Pine Ridge Entention void according to 'lawCHARLES '., : ..
301 1111 Ave 10 2/111/

Want. Ferns!. Modern I bedroom unlurn tn. Trail. Ml 2 Ilil 2/I Ill Administrator of the lea 'it I : .1,p, +r t N.v
ed APARTMENT w,th complete Estate ofCHARLES '
kitchen Nor beach and ahop J. GRADY,
pug. BY SEASON OR YEAR, For Sale Wooded Lot near deceased whys w 4
SALES HELP WANTED FULL )91 9th Av*.,. So Ml 2.iHi. Shadowlawn School city water DAVID C. SPIMOLER'
TIME 40 HR. t DAY WEEK available.( Easy Termt Call Attorney at Law
ALL COMPANY BENEFITS Midway' 2 1192 or see your un Forest Avenue tK
APPLY AT OFFICE W T, broker Naples. Florid tixt 'l F
49-Houses For Rent Hometit. I block
.2/11.1..16.11.1' b..ch 1th S"Rrto: : Administrator of the Estate ofCHARLES
*" McBride 50441ori1fBARGAIN GRADY dacaaaad
HOI1..c..h.r., Must b* *.. Three roomNaple Call c'ti\o.: : In. East r.", St So Ml 2. Jan 21. .t 4. II, li. 164 xr4NOTICk. t
25 ) *
penanced over wr* old Ap E
l'/lg't I .I p.non at Baronl', 211.IS.IS.20._____. OF FORECLOSURE SALt _

f -_ Lovely 2 bdrm I both house on Waterfront Lot. .t Gulf Her.bor BV CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT U-- i t

Wait res* wanted Day only pond side of North Lake Dr. .cede t. the GIlIf undersigned Notic la eA.'i"T.t: SCOTT the i
Most secluded spot one block f
;.pply.cceneer in parson between only 12 li: 10 Golfing ally: from Beech beach Club,. Furnished 2 block from fjre II.000 Each all caah County Clerk of Florid Circuit. will Court on of the Coll 21th,er n Jan j v 4

2/lJlf place and carport. Call MI 2 only. Phone Midway 2.32S4IS day of February |9M'd'r' 'cloP 4
'13M 2/ISt M., at the front of the
Courthouse in East Naplea, Collier
V4Ulp Wanted Mal. F uin.sned I bedroom apart 59-Auoag. County, Florid' offer for sale and
mess huge living room kilts." sell at public outcry t* the highest
and bath TV outlet Pft Ml" and beat bidder for cash the following .
7 JUt' Acr Camp It* $? described
ALL TIME COMPANY 40 HR. I DAY BENEFITS WEEK. 3 bedroom Homo For Rent Gale Ise.denorth I propotedFt Golden in Collier County. Florida, tows.
Lot 29, Block
APPLY AT OFFICE W T 'in Brookaide Villag SI IB per Lauderdtle read $49) CASH II NAPLES PARK
GRANT CO NAPLES SHOP: month, on year :lane: Cell Midw front investment SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I. ac

PING CENTER. .y 2 1231 Of HO"I absolutely speculation the,TUFF n Collar R t County I'.. carding Plat look to plot I. ';:;:0-I lot recorded, of the in DON'T YOU READ BEFORE: : YOU BUY ?

,/11,1..1.11.11ru I Ida! O H $1 No ,Midway Public Record of Collier County; .
471 ills
In er ,
time maintenance man bedroom Houaa furnished Florid
..."tlCl. V.ar around work. CltjRoer..hon / city. $171 for eeason CARIBBEAN 2270 Pursuant to the final decree of
......"". D.pt. M' REALTY 37M No Trail: foreclosure entered) in case pendIng .
2.31M. 1112" Midway 1..155.54Tr.de Five acre tract I mile from in said Court. the style of which

oily limit each Nigh' tract end '${soI.land per n>KEMWALL FINANCIAL f\nupaprr ada, M..f4inr ad.*. 1'iopU' ranlm read t*
22-MuiIcal Instruments or Sell acre Marlowe and .Beck 2..Realtor .1221. CORPORATION U.FINISH HOMES. eucceteor INC., to Caialofs and brat hul'n TMs i ihcrr page- : tominutc'ft'C'rnlnulC"t Tlwy, tan rip out a pilCl"1 pe'Op! fth Ave. So Ml
2/loth* 413 w. PlaintiffLYLE t' .In get ...,It'd. Ibis IstAherr ten Thr)' ran come back eo it cant it, *h w' u to (friend, buyfljcan get thrir ha nelson it

PIANO Maple* atowl ng Stock far acreage ABBEY and : pc-optr<< turn to f<-rn.I out .it .ilnherdRain.'Ikt''CaACOR3pnp : r>>t. on n, clip Lois Mortgagee el* 10 .cr. adjoining Coconut PHYLLIS ABBEY I
H LUFF: N f Broker. 411 Grove City water t streetsIII husband end faDefendant, the fan which allow an intelligent can pnxJiK uith) dnolh i < an and ..hdo IOri t )"II.J j makes salts.
Beautiful spinet 9thI. Ne Midway 1 .127'Lo"ol I. .
y Pine Ridgo ] bedroom P. MO O Bon s 130Ml 2 270ryes. and the docket number of which l bu) ing decision' Jhrs ten, 'iidv( t\lo, (".IU'\( If )'ou'"lIn' dung i III vll, it

Piano in new con- Memo will oichenge for downtown 2/1IH n> number Chencery ".,.
Horn |2I.MO. Contact O. WITNESS my band. and the o ficial .

dition. Greatly reduced 9th H. .LUFF.,.. No,R Midway C Broker 1 .227S 421 71 Acre water weterfront. over to Gulf.a U day N seal February of laid 1904MARGARET Court this 14th Ont eft series; frtunttd tht P,int AdcYlusitgluiOCtariorl' and
mil on access T. SCOTT
in price, can New by lea Acre Beautiful' Clerk .f the Circuit Court

terms can be ar 55StoresOfficeOffco CARIBBEAN: per REALTY, Term 3794No of By Collier/*/ 'lrIQlt rl4.

Tre I Midway 2 *111_
Deputy Clerk' ;
ranged. Write to SMITH CARROLL VEGA.
I 61-Income Property BROWN NICHOLS rrfoula

Box 1737 N. Na- Space 12 M II .n. For ... u_. .. .... .. .'". .,e Attorney for Plaintiff Q1
Rent"II"'s..$41. per tc--:: Coast I for sal. including .lre '104 Suite II. Belch I.. Building ; Ntu.t
Mi Avo So Naples' Florid .
multi zoned lot
114 family along
ples. H I s
Tern.ami Treit Store For Rent I "_.. __. and Mvesl. I
CALL THE NEWS FOR Commerce! or P panel moot, Soiling because of poorheelth 7
for Sin p*' m* See Call CARIBBEAN, ,... Rt d. The NEWS
RUBBER STAMPS I Broker. 421 9th REALTY Midway } lilt. los
St.N Midway 22279 .,......"'.....

.a....,. -. - - :- :-- -- -

t \,. f

8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tue dav. February 18. 1961 Claim Florida tlon In matters belonging on the sels. Thetrawlors were anchored doported youths when
LBJ Wants Overtime Cut federal level.Prosecution. here. reached Havana. they

If" Fishing Law Is was headed by Seven juvenile members of the The broadcast said the youths
Monroe County Solicitor Allan\ B. expedition were released with. all under 16 ,
UnconstitutionalKEY I Cleare and A.st. Florida Att)'. out charge, because of their age from Mexico years of age, flew
But Works 18 Hour Day WEST (CAP) Attorneys Gen. Joe Jacobs. and were deported to Cuba. commercial City airliner.aboard a Cuban
The fishermen Immediate of the detention
defending Cuban fishermen l were appro upshot At a news conference the ra.
DETROIT (AP) President work President Johnson does whose detention triggered the hended by the U. S. coast Guardat of the fishermen was suspension dlo said, the youths said, they
Johnson's "18 hour work day at and requirements he reportedly Guantanamo crisis aimed a la. the Dry Tortugas Florida Islands by the Fidel Castro gov. "were vexed by North American
the White House" doesn't makes of his staff. gal volley today at a Florida law 63 miles west of Key West ernment of water service to the authorities In Miami, who would
square with his administration'sproposal Rockefeller said there were under which the fishermen are Feb. 2, and were turned over to U. S. navy base at Guantanamo constantly propose that they seek
to cut down on over. "too many Inflexible factors" In charged. Florida authorities three days Bay, Cuba. political asylum In the United
I time work, ...ys banker David the labor market for more over. Attorney Leonard Boudin of later. U. S. authorities said they The United States retaliatedby States and desert their father
Rockefeller time payor a shorter work New York city said he would foun no applicable U. S. law supplying its own water and land."

Rockefeller, president of week to stimulate employmentand ask dismissal of the case against providing penaltb s. dismissing some Cuban employ. One of the youngsters said he
Chase Manhattan Bank of New called for a "more positive tie) 29 fishermen accused of operating Under the 1963 Florida law es at the base. heard about a new Invasion to
York, compared the White approach" Illegally In state waters. challenged by the defense, the A broadcast of Havana Radio, Cuba and said, "Those who dareto
w r House work day with the "11m convinced," he said, He prepared to file the motionat fishermen could get six months heard in Miami, said Foreign go to Cuba will receive no
>w administration's double pay for "that with the proper national' an arraignment before Mon. In Jail and $500 fines, plus confiscation Minister Raul Roa and other flowers"
overtime work In a economic Ne County. criminal Court of their four fishing ves Cuban officials met the seven
proposal called policies we can. pro.vide Tiomas Caro Judge .'. ....." ". ""'.A'.,.' .. .. ...." .:'.': .,.... '.'. '.....,........ ,.........,"'... w. ....,..
speech Monday night, He Jobs for all who are willing Boudin aided by Michael '. '. ..,.::..:,,:":; t.;:.,.. ;:. ..... :. .,,' .. .: .' .., ... :: ::: m mnt: r'
this Ironic. able to work. I would fa. ,
r Rockefeller, 48, youngest of vor stepped-up education, mas. Standard of New York, said he
the five Rockefeller brothers, slve retraining programs, 1m. would show that the Florida law .l11cJ\fc ols dlr
spoke to the Financial Execu. proved labor.management un. violated the federal constitutionard gallcrNAP :
tlve Institute of Detroit. derstandlng and use of every that Florida lacks Jurlsdlc.

I Rockefeller's talk was an ex. feasible stimulus such as tax -- ,u. rust. Aat eallaara.

panslon of a news conference In cuts to help our economy ex. Reynolds At ) : PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
IntlI which he attacked the double pand faster."
I ,'t overtime proposal as an at. p Demonstration&tdt:9'upp&
tempt to pressure Industry Into Atlantic City

hiring more workers. Master Masons
County School SuperintendentW j by
He said union leaders' propos.
D. Reynolds will. be In At.
als for a 35-hour week and the '
i. administration's double over. Meeting Set lantlc City this week attending r
the Convention :
time idea were both defeatistand American As. :t
sedation of School Admlnls.
Inadequate For Feb. 27thA trators.He .
"It Is ironic," he said, "thata
proposal to cut down on over. meeting of all Master Ma-his office Is expected Monday to be back !In \: Thursday, Feb. 20, 8:30 P.M. :::1'
February 24.
time should come from an ad. sons will be held at the Lehigh
ministration whose leader has Acres Administration offices ;, Ruth f Shopping Art

Installed the 18-hour day at the (utilities division) on Thursday CALL THE NEWS FOR :
.. White House." February 27 at 8 The ., RUBBER STAMPS :_; % i": @ff / ::r:.<. ') ;." .:. ....( :.. ,::, ,.:
"1 -:.; '. '..'.. ;;;:.:;; ;:;:::;:' """""' p.m. purpose ; ; : ;<:* :
This was an allusion to the of the meeting is to form -
MOVABLE PLATFORM or crosshead, estimated to 1 a Grotto, otherwise known as

weigh 1.500 tons is taking shape at Marshall Space Car-Train Crash ]the "poor Man's Shrine,"

Flight Center in Muntivllle Ala The 140-(fool tower is according to Dr. G. E. Downeyof
Fatal To Five < Lehigh Acres.
up to its full height. The facility which: will be used Brother Sam Lesman of Lo.

for rocket stress tests is scheduled for Completion: in ATLANTA, Ga. (AP-A fam. |high Acres has been appointed

mid-1964. fly friends outing turned and Into a tragedy visit when with ,representative in this area by ALL THE ENJOYMENT of distinctive FLORIDA
,the Supreme Grand Monarch and
the mother and father and three ,the Supreme Grand Council LIVING can be yours without the responsibilities
Rockets Will Be Given of their eight children were All Master Masons Interestedin .
killed In a car.train crash.
I Two other children of the j Joining Invited as to attend charter Master membersare Ma. of individual home ownership.

Samuel Monroe Bailey family
The Stretch (sons In good standing are ell.
Two-Way were Injured in the crash In the
glble for membership in the Grotto .
Tucker community Monday
Dr. Downey said.JayceeOfMonth.
night. Three children wereat
HUNTSVILLE Ala AP) toned only be several hydraulic home. Ifrticom
Teat engineers soon will be able cylinders between it and the The automobile was carried ;.

to put the squeeze on the world's crosshead being crushed, about 1,800 feet by the train
largest rockets stretched and twisted by up to after the crash at the crossing. Award To Tarvin
A huge nutcracker, called a 30 million pounds of force from Killed were Mr. and Mrs.
load test facility, is nearing com- the top and 750,000 pounds from Bailey; Brenda, 161; Gayle, 7, At the regular dinner meet..
pletion at the Marshall Space the sides.The and Kathie, 6. ing of the Naples Jaycees to.

Flight Center. building housing the great Two other children in critical morrow night, Ron Tarvin will PROUDLY PRESENTS
The tool is a 30-million pound vise and the tower itself will condition at a hospital were Bet. ,be presented the "jaycee of the
lest tower capable of testing contain some 4.000 tons of Month" award for the month
ty Ann, 8, and Wayne, 2.
rockets more than 63 feet in dig structural steel The crosshead Engineer E.F. Lyons of Plum of January. &oiq'ZIq1vACapital aq-e
meter. represents approximately one and Tarvin was local committee
Branch, S.C. said the automobile
Inside the tower, a chairman for "operation Dia
support one-half times as much steel as pulled on the crossing directly .
project of the Saturn V moon used in betes" state Recording Artist J
was the space center a Jaycee project
In front of his train.
rocket development program, the headquarters building which involved the distribution For Your Listening Pleasure On \\'NO(

rocket will be pushed, pulled and Tower and building borh are add analysis of 60,000 kits dur. AM & FM Mon. Thru Fri, From 7 To 7115
twisted to tell engineers what set on a reinforced concrete and News From ing National Diabetes Week,from
(forces will break up their space steel Foundation tied into bed November 1723.
vehicle. rock about 30 feet down. One thousand diabetes testing
The working part of the 140- The four main tower legs County RecordsMARRIAGES kits were distributed locally by
fbot-high tower Is a 1,500 ton whose bases each are 130 feet the Jaycees to all drug stores.
steel crovshead, or movable long and weigh 80 tons pre' The kits were available at no
platform. The crosshead la 20 aented a problem to the builders, Licenses Issued charge to be used at home and
feet thick and will move up or Th legs had to rx tilted forwarded to the Jaycees for.an.
down 103 feet from the top of slightly outward so thaI when the Violet; 'alysls,

(the tower to about 25 feet above full weight of the crosshead I is Frank L. Sirmans, Lakeland Tarvin reported to the general hp:
the ground. applied, they will lean Inward Wlllene Livingston Immokalee.; membership, "We received and
Picture, then, a rocket cush and straighten out. tested 1J5 kits. Out of thesewe
License found nine that tested posi.live. .
applications Of these two were knownto

i Jeanette Alan Ray Kathryne Griffith Palmer, Naples Naples ;' have diabetes. The names of .
Salvador ShellsTo L6r
the remaining seven were for.
warded to Collier county Medical
I William Richard Rans Naples
) ; Society for further action."
Martha Dean Robertson
Ren was voted "Jaycee of the
Clarence Myers,Jr.,Fort Lau. _
Be Exhibited Here
Month" at the last business meet. RNnPLh
derdale; Lucy Leone, Fort La u. .
derdale. ing by the general membership. 4 ,, ww_
Announcement will also be
Arthur Karl Schuck, Bonita
made at the meeting tomorrow

". Thompson' night of the Jaycee selection of ,
: the "Outstanding Young Farmerof
:f ::1.7! CHANCERY'DOGKET the Year, according to Norman
.: '(
Harris chairman of the Jaycee
Rothenberg, Tr., v scommittee
i ,. Circle Four, Inc., .Foreclosure.,1 in charge of this pro.
First Ject. The man chosen will boa
Naples Corporation vs
guest of the club at the meet.
William .
< H. Vlck, et al quiet
Ing and will be presented witha

title.Anne R, Clements vs EdwardS placque and an award I rf ,, t

Clements Non-support.
Susan S. Griffin vs Ronald Pop Bottle With
Lee Griffin Divorce.

William Horace Inman, et ux. Note In Gulf MayBe
r s adoption.
Worth Reward

LAW DOCKET Rewards for information about
Malcolm C. Collins vs Lit ocean currents determined by the

Han Collins.Complaint Judge travels of pop bottles are being 1
ment. offered by the Florida Board of
.. Pure OH Co., vs Russell Ezell. Conservation according to a
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Judgment. press release received today.

SHELLS from El Salvador, collected by Antonia Epsirv The release says
"The season is coming when
Holbrook Pays
oza who was an "amigo" In Naples last year He .. you will be getting out on the Luxurious Chateau and Villas located directly on the
presented the shells to his hostess, Mrs James Lulejian4 Official Call beaches again to swim, beach

as a token of his appreciation for her many kindnesses At Kiwanis MeetCarl fine comb Florida or Just sunshine soak up some When of this you Gulf in Beautiful Naples. You will enjoy this exquisite

to him while a guest in her home, The shells Holbrook.managerofNap. are at the beach, keep a sharp mode of living SUMPTUOUSLY UNDERSTATED asa :

will be on exhibit at the fifth annual Shell Show in lea Inter eye out for a soda pop bottle
the Woman's Club February 2123. Showing the box Telegraph County Co.and Telephone 1964 lieutenant and l that may be bobbing in the sea new way of life. You will have a residence of distinction

of shells Is Mrs. Bee Cole, local shell enthusiast and governor of Kiwanis Division 11, or one lying, pick on it the up sand.and If see you if see it with 240 feet of private beach and a superb view
paid his official visit .
to the 1
partner in the Blue Mussell Shop. (Cole photo) cal club at Baroni's last night. has a bottle a note and In returning!It. Finding the such note of Florida West Coast's fantasy sunsets.

It was recalled yesterday by Lt. Coy Holbrook review,
to the Florida Board of Con.
t member of the Naples Shell Club Kansas Angler !ed the Kiwanis International goals servaion Marine Laboratory 40 units will be ready for move-in occupancy b>
for 1964 and
that a year ago several up again
"Amigos" from Salvador young were Has Tall Story J the responsibilities of club of. $1.00 Petersburg reward., might bring you a late fall of this year. These are the most exciting cooperative
ricers and committee chairmen .
visiting In Naples. They attendedthe "The bottles 200 .
local schools, worshipped In And Swears By It His talk was followed by slide them, were released, over in the Flo. residences on the Gulf and a refuge for .

local churches, and even partlcl. presentation prepared by Kiwanis rida straits Yucatan Straits the
When Ernest Westbrook of Pea. AMERICA'S FINEST FAMILIES who want privacyand )
pated in some local social events. International; on the "Do's and Caribbean Sea and at Capetown,
body Kansas winter visitorto
Besides, they enjoyed the experience Goodland, was, a fishing for chan. Don'ts of a Good Kiwanian. South Africa. The releases have informality. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY to ap-
of A board meeting followed the 1
being guests In local been made by Harold W. Sims
tomes, and becoming friends of Saturday nel bass, at he Caxmbas little dreamed Pass last his program Holbrook.In under. the supervisionof Jr., Research Biologist for the, preciate the beauty of the Model, decorated by HOL-

Jhe families.One only catch of the day would turn department, who is trying to
other Kiwanis businessBUI learn more about the origin and SALLEY at 1851 SHORE "
to be
out an expensive Ted Wll.
of the boys was Antonia Arbaugh made a report on a re.
travels of the phllosoma larvae
Esplnora Hams rod and reel.. plus a SEE IT
who lived with Mrs. cent meeting In Clearwater a t. of the spiny lobsters. Drift bot. !
Jftines Lulejlan of live catfish on the end of the line.
Naples. Ass {tended by the Kiwanis Intern ties help the biologist learn more
token of his appreciation for But that Is exactly what hap. 'tlonal president. about the ocean currents that

her many knldnesses to him here, pened! according to Tom Ennls: Division Key club Lt. Gov. may carry the lobster larvae to .
he presented her with a collec- of the Drop Anchor Trailer Park .Stanley Boynton announced that our shores. The findings of
lion of El Salvador molluscan where Westbrook Is a guest. 'the "Division Winter Rally" will this study could boost Florida's MEMBERSHIPS OPEN
shells. Many of them are similar Westbrook was fishing with Ar. be' held at the Beach Club Hotelon commercial fishing business and

(o shells found In the Naples chic Thomas of Marlon, Kansas, I' Saturday, March 14, from lower the cost of fresh! lobster Inquire Today fuE3E', 1m'
area, while others are quite in Thomas' boat, and fishing was 'noon until 3 p.m. The District for your table. During the springof Phone MI 2-7272 I
different. All of them will be on the slow side when suddenly :;Key Clu Governor will be the 1964 an additional 5000 bottles ,1' P. O. Box 756
displayed by Mrs. Lulejlan at something big struck West. >featured speaker, Boynton said. will be released in the Carlb.
the Shell Show on February 21. brook's line. Plans were finalized for an bean Sea and each of them will 'Naples, Florida
23 in the Woman's Club I Inter.club meeting In Fort My.
be worth $1.00 to the lucky tinder
Westbrook knew It was no or.
There will be 87 awards made dlnarly fish he had hooked, he (ers plans Wednesday for Klwanlans, February to serve 26. "The bottle is a standard 7. 8J{
ounce bottle with
at the show, It was explained, told Ennls later, because he had 1 barbecued sandwiches at Sun. in pop a cork .. la.q-e
the top. The card inside 9,30-9,00 Phone MI 2-7272
difficulty in boating It. may Daily :
different 21 classes of ex. Model I
among day's; mld-wlnter Swamp Buggy be red, yellow or white. If you Furnished Open
habits AU persons having shell The $37 rod and reel was In I Races were also set. should find such a bottle, break Sunday 1 :ClO.9:00: P. O. Box 576 J

collections or shellcraft are Invited excellent condition and West. The board of directors discus. it, disposing of the glass in
to enter them In the show. brook could only surmise !It dad.
Entries will l be received at the not been In the water for any 3 year and viewed methods of fin. by mail to the address given. ,NAPLES... WATERFRONT DEVELOPERS, FRANK J. ROONEY=" Inc.
Woman' Club on Thursday',Feb.1 great length of time beraaKe anclng the community activity. Rewards and acknowledgments General Contractor
nury :3Or beta'ten 10 4.m. and the catfish was still putting upa Bob Macauley 'was chosen will be made by mall from SUPwtersbunc. INC.

1 rei'". good flgM. member of the evening. ."

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