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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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45 to 6s. Men Friday 70 to 74. d Feb. 21 11:30:
Northerly 10 to 15 mile windithis 014 7
north. Add one hour for MtrroVdd
afternoon becoming
easterly tonight and east to one hour for Naples Bay
aoutheatt Friday Itridfe on the Trail

40th YEAR-NUMBER 146 10 Pages 10 CENTS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1964

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Biggest In Nation's History < ttllt't Around!


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$11.5 Billion Tax Cut The or


37 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

t n WASHINGTON (AP) Edg.
log out on a limb, Sen. Barry
Goldwater predicts he will win

Set For Final ActionHer in close New to SO Hampshire'per cent of primaryand the vote

start his campaign for the
Republican presidential nom:.
nation snowballing

WASHINGTON (AP) An measure at the top of his legls. 90 per cent In 1964, 48 per cent .'It we can rome out of New
Her HonorMRS. I$11.5.bllllon!! tax cut, largest in Utlve agenda along with civil! starting In next year. Hampshire with a decided vie
the nation's history Is ready rights. The wage and salary with. tory" he told supporters In
for the final formalities expect. The reductions are expected holding will drop from the pres. Rumney, N.H., Wednesday I
ftd to put more money into the by the administration to provide ent 18 per cent level to a new "you have no Idea what this Is
pockets of 80 million American a stimulus aimed at boost.. permanent 14 per cent rate going to do for my candidacyover
taxpayers by mid*March. Ing the 1964 economy and pro eight days after the bill becomes the rest w of the United I'
Senate and House conferees viding healthy long-run effects law.Check. States"
completed work on the 400-page on unemployment and other L-
measure Wednesday. The House SAIGON* Viet
problems.The Your Own Nam (AP) -
Is expected to pass the com. new withholding rate is Vietnamese armored vehicle

promise bill next Tuesday with expected to pump an extra $800 WASHINGTON (AP) This fought their way through heavy
Senate action coming either the million Into the economy each table shows how much more Communist ground fire
same day or next Wednesday. month. take home pay some average Wednesday to recover the bod.
Little opposition is anticipated. The biggest administration U.S. wage and salary earners a lea of an American pilot and his
President Johnson is then expected victory came In the lasUmlnutc will receive, beginning probablyin Vietnamese copilot
to sign the bill early the decision Wednesday to knockout the first week of March The two filers were strafing "
following week. The first effects a House provision reducing when tt guerrillas 90 miles southwest of
of the bill will come In reduced the capital gains tax on asset etr.ctlW..k'y Saigon when groundflre hit
!
withholding of taxes In pay. held two years or more. for dis their single engine fighter
checks dated eight days alter There might have peen trou. r1 Near bomber. The plane crashed and
the measure is signed -either ble with the compromise measure $50 exploded
March 11 or 12. in the Senate if this cut had 50 good con

The reductions average about been retained.It 50 CAIRO (AP) The United
M 19 per cent of present Individual would have lowered the 60 States has denied a report it
taxes. Rates for some 550,000 capital gains rate to 40 per cent made an emergency airlift of
corporations are also being cut. of the normal levy with a 21 60 military equipment to aid EthIopia
Conference agreement ell. per cent telling on profit 60 in Us border clashes with
maxed a solid year of concentrated made from sales of stock and 70 Somalia.An .
work In rewriting dozens other property held two yean 70 Informed source in Cairo
CASEY MILLER, Naples' of provisions in the U.S. tax or more. The present rate li 70 said Wednesday night at least
code. 50 per cent of the regular tai: 80 three U.S. transports flew arms
first female
vice-mayor House hearings began on the with a 29!! per cent maximum. and ammunition to Ethiopia:
was chosen to that post by bill In February last year, Just Elimination of the provision 80 from American stocks in West
City Council Wednesday afternoon. after the late President John F. saved a $260 million annual 80 Germany after receiving an urgent .
Kennedy asked Congress for a revenue loss In the long run. 90 request from Emperor
She was the topvotegetter massive tax cut to try to solve The major provisions in the 90 Halle Selassie's government
among Council many of the nation's economic bill were the same in both 90 t urbanleed public trait com. state department officials in
problems. Senate and House bills Washington said they knew
candidates in the February 100 a rule, than
Johnson followed his prede. The new personal rate schedule 100 nothing about any weapons air.
Selection. Lessor in putting the tax cutIT will run from 14 to 70 per .areas.more people lift to Ethiopia.
,
100
20 to 91
with
cent compared
cars and rail
per cent now. About two-thlrdi 120 to work, than SEOUL, Korea (AP) The
Abuse Of Zoning of the cut is effective Jan. I this and year one,, 120 U.S. Army reported today a (tt.1
Sign retroactive to 120 the report fourth South Korean civilian t. '
1969.!!
third in 140
431 who are has been killed this month by
For corporations the present 1404 to work and an American: sentry.vTU .
': ThreaHo 92!! .per cent, rate fs reduced tcJaycees () ,''. .U..thwn : **'* 5/.* >tjuti Koreans '(. s!.
Laws Seen .
'
City --r1 160 : have bean. wounded tit alleged 'a'f:
160 of the local attempts to burglarize U.S. ml!.

City Council tabled the proposal man noted. "If persons think Name 160 } the means of Mary camps
The number
to transfer the sign ordinance they can build an Industrial empi 180
or streetcars" PARIS (AP) Nationalist
from the zoning code re on 18,000 people they are Philip CrewsFarmerOfYear 180 1! .who commute China's last charge d'affairesto
to the building code at Wed- mistaken. The business suc- 180 those who use France boarded an airlinerfor
nesday's meeting, but the sub- cess of Naples Is based on the 200 and other Formosa today.

ject prompted some Interesting charm of the community. 200 The number Nationalist China broke rela.
discussion. "The people who are here 200 category tlons with France Feb 10.
Consideration of the matter and who will come here are Philip L. Crews of immo- France and Communist China

was especially relevant Joel entitled to preservation. We kalee 35, ColllerCounty School (x) aUon In the recognized each other Jan. 27.
should not strangle progress Board member chosen move toward
Kuperberg commented, since was one .
the Zoning Board of Appealsand but neither should It be open- "Outstanding Young Farmer of one tor and Increase trucks JACKSONVILLE (AP) Ne.
Council 'got snookeredInto sesame for zoning variances" the Year", for Col let Countyby rled gro leaders apparently unsatis.
approving a larger sign Hoffmann concluded. Naples Jaycees. He and his couple ] greatly com.pro. fled with one.grsde>a-year integration
than was available" In the case wife were guests of honor last etc. policies of schools here
of Kentucky Fried Chicken'sestabUshment night at a dinner meeting of (xx) ( ) ., where traf and at Daytona Beach, have filed
at this suits in Federal acourt seeking
at 590 Ninth the at the Naples Elks most
Jaycees
Expect Big Rush or the a.vere. total desegregation by next fall.
Street North. Club when he was presentedwith of mass trans
This The move came Wednesday as
The ground sign In front of For Car Licenses; the certificate of award ence buses, is part of a stepped up campaign
that business Is quite a bit Deadline by Henry Caballero board as a solution for more integration of Florida
larger than the sign ordinance Today member; chairman of the committee tax schools and business establish

permits but a variancewas TALLAHASSEE (AP- State making the selection. ponds ments.

granted when the firm's officials expected long last-mln. Norman Hurls was chairman and (For
representative claimed that ute lines today in the final rushto of the committee from the membership roughly At a rally at University of Ha.
this sign was the smallest available beat the deadline for buyingnew -it vana Wednesday night Commu.
of the club. Robert end of nlst speakers boasted the ouUcome
edition of a nationally auto tags.
uniform The State Highway Patrol will McDaniel. president presidedat get a .r."I (CAP) The of the fishermen's arrest
sign.Kuperberg andCarl Hoffmann be under orders to enforce the the meeting. a special medl. was "another victory against y
requirement that all vehicles Crews the father of three To serv enemies of the revolution," Ha.
said however that they have vans Radio said.
of a nuclear
1964 tags starting Friday wages
carry children, farms 2,400 acres
seen smaller Kentucky Fried Gov. Farrls Bryant has re. a week within the Seven teen age fishermen
near Immokalee, raising cat freebecause
Chicken signs In other cities fused to extend the deadline 30 has figure : whom Florida authorities
and truck He
tle
in Florida. Then Hoffmann expanded days. farming. cent of of their age reportedlybeamed
four such "ra
125 acres under
approximately while
student federation
his
comments.
on The delay In enforcement had medical
Continued abuse of sign and been sought by a gubernatorial cultivation raising cucumbersand today. leader Daniel Incise shouted
zoning ordinances will take candidate Scott Kelly who said melons as his principle "Our fishermen remained firm
while the balance Is In In the clutches of the Imperalllst
away the "charm that made a 30 per cent Increase in the tag crops headed by an "
land where he raises officer and monster
Naples what it Is. The goose cost was unfair and he hoped to grazing
repeal It. steers. other special. Speakers also voiced sympathyfor
laid the Is -
that
golden egg going State Motor Vehicle Cora ml* He has farmed for 13 years the manage Cuban workers who weredls.
to be assaSSlnatedunless stoner Arch Livingston said that .." and charged in the tightening of se.
during which time he has experimented
we get tough and foresighted he expected a lasUd rush In with methods of hazards curlty at Guantanamo Bay.
Hoffmann said.In many parts of the at at.. & ap.
1980 Naples' population pears that car tag sales will in* planting crops to take advantageof
will be about 18,000 according crease some 6 per cent to the lowe temperatures which Blankets Eastern
to forecasts, the council- about 3.9 million, he said. the winter season brings. He
keeps complete records of his .1

expenses and receipts.A .

Dental Program For Needy member of the Farm Bur- 6-Foot Drifts !
eau for 13 years he has served ,
I as president of the Collier
County organization as director PRESS New York City escaped with
Children To Be Opened HereA thestateeducatlonal spawned In the 4 to 0 Inches of snow, but gusty
mittee. A member of the Collier slammed Into winds up to 32 miles per hour I
County School Board for Wednes. caused some power failures
program of dental hygieneand health practice for a year before six and one-half years he has winds piling Waste hester County, north of
care for underprivileged chll. state dental examinations are from North .
also served three years as a the city and the Catsklll Mou....
dren will be Inaugurated in Col. taken. .. lain area were hit hard, with
tier County within the next month, Lee's first task, with the as. member of the Collier County .. were ex. snow accumulations of up to a
Dr. Clyde Brothers, director of sistance of the Health Depart. Forest Fire Prevention Commission "breather" to. toot. In Upstate New York the .
the County Health Department, ment and the county dental society He is a member of flurries, light snow depths were! Albany 0 tot
has announced will be to survey the elementary the Uons Club of Immokalee weather inches Glens Falls, 4 Inches} ,
The salary of the dentist and school children for Meds. The and the Flying Club. : Syracuse and Rome, 2 Inches)
travel expenses will be paid by program will be concentrated at closed many and Rochester and Utica, 1
the Florida< State Board of Health. this school level, wlthemergency plane, train, inch.
The program will be carried on services available for older Numerous
under the supervision of Dr.Brothers school children.: events were Bergen County In New Jerseyhad
and members of the Health Presently Di. '. o is attendinga Post Office 8 to 10 inches.
Department.The dental con,'ntkM In Jackawn.vllle feet deep In Also In New Jersey the storm
Collier County Dental So. but will be la Naples next Closed Saturday ] five feet on prevented refueling operationsat
clety will act u technical advU week to begin the Initial survey. roads. McGulre Air Force Base,
sors, and the new program will Dr. Brothers said the "antl. Saturday February 22 Wash. '. canceling air HAs for 1,900
replace the mobile dental unit quated equipment" which has Ington's birthday is a holiday measured 29 troops headed from Texas to
wed by the local association been used for a number of yearsin at the Post Office in Martina Germany and the same num.
I la a similar program tor a num. the mobile unit will be replaced There will be no borne deliver. ber headed the other direction.The .
ber of years with reconditioned modern les except for "specials" and Miss and Washing airlifts were to demon.
Dwight L. Lee, a graduate of eijuipment He estimated the cost perishables, and no window see.Tice practical. strata U.S. ability to rush troops
the University of Nebraska Den. of the replacement equipment will got only to trouble: spots.Connecticut .
tal School, will be the dentist be about $1,200 and It will be Postmaster Ken Rogers said lion snow and rain called It the win.
la the program. His assignment the county's reeponstbllftytofuro dispatches: will arrive and de. nation's cap l. ter's worst storm, with up to 11
to Collier County was made by nlsh It He said about $450 part nof the deposit ffice box Park Washington to inches of snow In some Inland
a state agency which sponsors has been pledged at the present the port will up to a belt spots. The coastal areas had up
young dental graduates In public time totals fund reataln open, u uses!. ( ) to 6 Inches.




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tb ,.dn. F brusr'y; lib: -1964 ) J Airt


cused assassin of President Qoo diet net . No Progress In John F. Kennedy. J1'1 .

Of the first five prospects .
BY KATHERINE KIRK ,
struck from the list today, two ; '
.
Picking
Jury women and a man said they o es
Clarence Isles of Capri visited Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs
cannot return a verdict of deathin .
the Brownie) Rawls entertained a Stephens, Tuesday. By JOHN E. ZATE
. To Try RubyDALLAS electric chair. Another ( f\
man said he cannot be con group of family and friends witha Visiting the Jack Brasells last f'V' ff Traffic figures on the Naples-
vinced that Ruby was Insane barbecue dinner of steaks, week were Mr and Mrs. Hector Miami route set new records
(AP) Five more when he gunned down Oswald. ribs, and all the wonderful food Surprenant of Hartford, Conn. again last week with 244
prospective jurors In the Jack And another woman said she that Clara Mae is famous for While here, they took a trip to carried between passengers -
the
Ruby murder case were dis. Okeechobee and Venice wo
had at their new home in Goodland where
an opinion as to Ruby'sguilt Previous
missed tor cause in rapid or. or Innocence. Sunday. Mrs. Ray Johnson and they spent the weekend visiting points. high for the
der today. her son and his family of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearson of same period was 146 passengers .
This brought to 21 the total Castro Acushnet which were handled
hidingMissiles : Myers, the Joseph PrIngles of Mass., and Arnold dur-
of jury candidates who have Alabama and Caxambas, and Cayonetter of So. Dartmouth, ing the 1962.63 season. The
been rejected. Candidate No. 22 In Caves, Brownie's mother and father,Mr. Mass loads are still pretty well equ i
was excused because of The had real good time
Illness. boys a ,
Exiles Assert and Mrs. G. Elliott Rawls, and In either direction with the
After the 19th rejection, Mel. fishing spree, and report excel.
MIAMI Fla. AP-A Cuban of course daughter Sandra Miami-Naples traffic having
vln' Belli chief defense coun. ( lent catches. a
sel, renewed his motion that exile publication claims missiles better known as Sandy were Mr. and Mrs. F. McGraham of slight edge over the outbound
all there to help with the house
the trial be moved to another are being hidden In caves Massachusetts are enjoying aweek's flights. In previous years

Texas city drilled in the Cayajabos area of warming.Brownie and Clara Mae are vacation at the Pink House a large percentage of the trar.Rc -
Dist Judge Joe B. Brown western Plnar Del Rio Prov. was Inbound to
justly proud of their new three. Motel. The McGrahams say they Naples during
turned him down again. ince.Rafael bedroom two.bath Michigan are enchanted with the Island, this period but this year
As the third day continued In Oiler, editor of the ex. home. ,Clara Mae has taste and hope to make it their future A F"pp. several of the flights are filled
an effort to assemble a jury, He magazine Dignity, bald only home. I : In both directions.The .
allowed fully decorated the large living,
Soviet
there still was not a single juror military personnel are
Henry V. Poor and daughter
dining area in turquoise and antl. brief strike by Nation.
to
enter the
for the trial of the man who area.
Anne
of New York City, N.Y.
white with walnut rattan al Airlines
que clerical
He said his information workersover
killed Lee Harvey Oswald ac. camefrom
are spending two months at Cax.
furniture They have
a big the weekend
underground sources* past clearly
ambas In the Fred Hamlin guesthouse
screened-ln porch and the houseis
1 the need
They will be joined soon pointed out lor at least
completely air-conditioned t Its 4
HELD !
OVER 2nd WEEK
the three carriers
now
heated. The kitchen is done in by Bessie (Mrs. H.V.) who Is serving
w"r turquoise. Brownie is president staying at home to start another Miami from the Boston. New

"Jean Leslie Players' of The Fisherman's Co-op., a novel. Bessie says she is too York and Washington areas.
wholesale fish business, and nosey to get any work done when NatIonal"suspending op
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N.w Yrk Sr 4wyPrfttl
.nl Live TrtilrtWINTER \"""'- f Clara Mae is secretary anyone else is around. This erations at midnight Friday the
.t '-.,; Isn't true the fact Is, she Is two remaining carriersEastern -
WELCOME too Interested in all that goeson and
PLAYHOUSE Nonheast, found them-
around her to settle down to
Another Michigan home being
selves at a complete loss
PATIO D.LEON FT MYCNS FLA built in Marco for Mr. and Mrs. work, when she can be working trying
4:00p I. handle the
eel OffIce own.t : p m to extra traffic to
We were
All P.rlorminc.t *t I::30 p.m, Herbert Sullivan of Long Island, for those she loves.
N.Y., and Connecticut. The delighted to see Henry and Anne, the affected terminals. Although
Cole Porter's Most and will look forward with plea. National Airlines resumed -
Sullivans have been coming to witha
their underwater activities
from
A BALL ON THE BEACH"
"HAVING
OuUUndlDK Mul all sure to the arrival of our good operations around six
the Island for at least 10 years, friend, Bessie. At Florida's Week! Wachee, the live beach ball It's their coy way of o'clock Sunday, the effects of
with the Cantts at
staying Kelly
Amrrica'i Ha ppW-t Wuidcal tVnodyCADKIIUAI"
/e ADDL-W RAVE! Marco, and Ken and Elsie AT DROP ANCHOR mermaids who swim in the daily un telling their Northern friends, "It's the weekend were still sorely

[ CRIWR L"i LOvk IT! Vogstad for several months each Drop Anchor has been buzzing derwater shows take full advantage ofFlorida's Great to be in the Sunshine State I" felt during Monday and Tuesdayas

0* n* Fkra* JI Fe MMrv.llm Call EOltwi t7M2 year. Herb retired last year with activity this week the airlines tried to clear
as many sunshine while taking a break
.___,. from Union Carbide and Chemical of our trallerlnr friends returnto out the backlog of stranded tra-
Co. but refused to let The of the
they visit Goodland -ci-the Island. velers. events past
FREE LECTUREON him quit work. They compro. Stanley and Edith Delaronde Pvt. Robert Smith Miamian ReleasedIn weekend should leave little
Food
mised by placing him as Inactive Rush
arrived at their trailer this week doubt In the Civil Aeronautics
and putting him on the advisory Finishes Week Havana After
ready to enjoy approximately two Board's mind that the three car
board for at least five .
years.We months of fun and relaxation before riers serving Miami from these
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE welcome the Sullivans as new Infantry StintPvt. Plane HijackingHAVANA
return to their homein
they
Is and
To Isle points justified shouldbe
citizens and look forward to haveInr
Medford, Mass. Robert E. Smith Jr., 19, Drugs (AP) The Cuban allowed to continue, rather
them and
as neighbors
The Science Of Happiness"AU friends. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Goddardof whose parents live at 991 Coconut government Wednesday released than restricting It to Nationaland
Brooklln, Maine took time to Circle, W., Naples, completed an American pilot whose
Guests of the Blue Hill Cot. Eastern Airlines as has
visit their many friends at Drop eight weeks of advanced Infantry plane was hijacked by two Cubans
: : ; :",I, FEBRUARY 22, AT 3 P.M. tages enjoying the beach and Anchor before starting their trip training at the U.S. Army Training In Azores and forced to land In Ha been the contention In the past,
shelling this week are: Mr.
out West. Center, Fort Gordon, Ga., van a.
and Mrs. Ralph Kemp from Wal. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mochmar February 15. ANGRA DO HEROISMO Ter. Swiss Ambassador Emll stadl. .e

By pole, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.Lewis returned to theIr trailer this week During the training, Smith receIved celra, Azores (AP) Tents, holier, who handles U.S. affairs John Van Arsdale returned
Roy J. Linnig C.S. Armstrong from Altamont, N.Y.; after spending several weeks in instruction in small unit medicine and food were rushedto In the Cuban capital, said Rich from Boston Friday evening
,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robinson from
New Orleans enjoying the Mardi tactics and in the use of such homeless thousands on Sao ard Wright, 23, of Miami, was with the second 11-passenger
M Of Detrfitld, Illinois Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Mr. Gras season with their three weapons as the M-14 rifle and Jorge today after a wave of spending the night at the Swiss Lockheed. The ship arrivedIn
and Mrs. Herbert TIetjen from earthquakes crumbled the is. Embassy and would his
daughters. Although they had a the M.GO machlnegun. fly
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, Tuckahoe, N.Y.; and Mr. and wonderful time and described the lie entered the Army in March land's main town to rubble.An plane home Thursday morning.Two Naples afte r.an uneventful

The Pint Church c/ Christ, Scientist, In Boston M.... Mrs. Robert Bemis from Antloch, Mardi Gras as being the best 1963. emergency evacuationthat Cubans chartered the trip which enjoyed Ideal weather
01. in the four years they had attend.ed brought more than 1,000 twin-engine Piper Apache Tues. and tallwlnds for the entire

In the Church Auditorium Fishing with Capt. John they were happy to be back. 'Sao Jorge islanders to nearby day morning in Miami for a route.
Stephens aboard the "Golden Mr. and Mrs. Orin Acre en. seahorse. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tercelra was stopped Wednes. flight to Key West and Naples, The Lockheed has just under
Central. Avt. and Sixth Street Rule" were Mr. and Mrs. John Joyed a visit from their daughterand Carroll of So. Dartmouth,Mass., day when the sbc-day series of Fla. The passengers pulled a gone a complete airframe inspection -
r Gilbert Martin and party from family this week, Mr. and who have a salt water aquarium, quakes subsided. The other 19,- gun on Wright and one of them, and overhaul at Wig-
Under the Auspices. of First Church of Chrl.t,Scientist Gordon Drive, Naples; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Risley of Elsie, MI. promptly gave him a home. The 000 inhabitants chose to stay on a pilot, flew the plane to Cuba. gins Airways In Boston, and also -
Naples Florida Mrs. George Christian from Sand the Island.
seahorse Is an unusual creature; Prime Minister Fidel Castro's and
"The Public Is Cordially; Invited" Castle, Naples, and they report.ed --Mr.-and Mrs Zig Black of Fen. the female seahorses deposit The American freighter Steel government Issued a statement had modifications additional radio Install
a sizeable catch of channel their their in the Director joined nine British, earlier quoting the Cubans cockpit
ton, Michigan are visiting eggs a pouch on underside En.
bass friends the Al Gregos. The of the male. The new ad.Norwegian, Italian and Yugoslav rique Castillo Hernandez and ed. This ship was put to work
Mrs. Margo Stevens from the Blacks are certainly enjoying dltion of the Carroll's aquarium ships In removing dazed: Relnaldo Lopez Lima, as saying the day following Its arrival

--.-, .their first visit to florIda.i had approximately, 50 young, but refugees. Two landing craft "Their main objective, in kid. Naples cat ytng a "bonanza""
a>>\u !i\ ,aQ having guests areWr.and due to hls,,aptwe! :.orisqpflne.mentj ; from-the' UXl'AlrsForte Base Raping ;comeback ""toad of passengers In each
dllM3.. Mr..' Frank Dowlef ,"whoare- none of the'offspring'sur; :fat ''LfcJevuHvTeroriite's eastern to &iiJr3mtf,1 -*aitP rtttICII'I' +tatvilemid-day flight.
9i"aeC1ORtRMfliOUS being visited by Mr. and Mrs. vived. Papa is doing fine, shore, brought the refugees they had left in 1959 for nonpo.
Leo Augusten of Dayton, Ohio however. from the larger ships to shore. lltlcal reasons." see
this week Dr. Congratulations are in order Most of the 1,600 buildings in Wright
Other hosts are a part-time student at Charter flights continue to
and Mrs. Harry Noll. They are for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ander. the area of Velas, Sao Joree'schlet the University of Miami, is the remain brisk with
flights
DALLAS' FINESTis being visited by Mr. and Mrs. son of Sullivan, Mo. They are town, were reported de. son of Mrs. Floyd Wright of to Lamana very, Palm Beach. Fort
Robert Polley and Mr. and Mrs. celebrating their wedding annl. stroked."The. Miami.
Louis Mo. 23rd. news we have is that all Myers. Fort Lauderdale, and
Glenn Davis of St. versary Sunday, February
to NAPLES Mrs. Noll and Mrs. Polley are Mrs. Roy Livermore and Mrs. is desolation and ruins in that Boca Raton being operated during
coming sisters. John Trindle returned Friday once happy sector of the island"the Britain Flies the week plus six air-

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kirch have from a very enjoyable four-day district governor said. taxis to MIami Dick Lambert

returned to their home and busl. cruise to Nassau on the Yare In New Zealand, where elk Men To CyprusAs gets credit for the most unusual
ness at Wabasha, Minn. They mouth They both enjoyed so many were introduced from North flight of the week. GettingIn
INTRODUCTORY$ OFFERANY left rather early this year due phases of their trip, but agreed the Comanche on Monday, he
to the Illness of Mrs. Kirch's that the wharf market was one America some 80 years ago, UN DebatesUNITED flew from Naples to Miami
father. of particular Interest. Natives they threaten bird and plant life
come to Nassau by boat from NATION'S, N.Y. Naples Fort Myers. Naples
in the mountain and forest area
ONE PERSON ANY AGE STOW.A WAY many of the surrounding out. of dam. (AP) Diplomats negotiated Miami Fort Lauderdale,Miami
uninhabited Ftordland.
When the bait company delivered islands and deliver their wares By privately today on proposals to and back to Naples before get.
shrimp to Drop Anchor to the wharf market. It takes aging ground cover and killing keep the peace in Cyprus as ting out of the ship at 6 p.m

Regular I recently, they discovered a stow, them from 2 hours to 2 daysto young trees the animals cause Britain began flying nearly 2,. Dick reports he felt more like
_away in the form of a five-inch reach Nassau. floods and erosion. 000 more troops to the eastern a yo-yo than a pilot when he
Mediterranean Island. climbed out of the aircraft that
Security Council debate on
850 1 the Cyprus crisis was in recess evening.
valueONLY until Friday afternoon, and Those riding Naples-Miami
there were no sure prospectsfor last week Included: Mr.,am(
agreement on proposals for Mrs. L.A. Graham Mr six
an international force to takeover Mrs. J.A. Slater. Mrs. Join

Distinctively Different enforcement of the shaky Love, Ben Tate, Mr. and Mrs

cease-fire between the Creek M.Jennings,Doug Danser,Mrs
and Turkish Cypriot communi. J.N. Sherwin M.G. Dial. Jr,

ties. Ralph Carlson, Mrs. E. Skagg'!
V$. Ambassador Adlal
E. and
C.C. Slgmier..
Stevenson called on the council

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more" snack. The girls are be $3.00 per girl and Includes Caldwell Blasts Tnur.d. February! %0, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
working on requirements for lunch for four days, milk every All Have Job
'"The Sign of the Arrow". They day, program supplies and in. U.S. Nigh Court nation fighting nation, ravines war and each and every one of
Girl Scout NotesBy filled not with rubbish and us In our own
suranct. will garbage way can help
plan to spend; next meeting exchanging Campershlps be Reminds
Do
greetings In foreign Ian. available. Transportation will be Congress In TalkJACKSONVILLE To but filled with the dead through oar fellowman, church
"' bodies of men women and children and congregation"
worked ,
Scouting out by
guages and talking about troops. Reglstra. .
(APFlor) said Dr. Nooe In his ser The minister stated that
tlon there
In other countries. Mrs. must be in to the troop lead. Ida Supreme Court Justice Millard Reverend Nooe
Mr. Claude Phoe. Shirley Martin Is leader, assisted eu by April 27, Director of the Caldwell said today that mon. "Whether it Is the way of was no returning to the paradisewe
MI 2-2998 by Mrs. vera McMaster. camp will be Mrs. Allen Blbee, neither Rev. Roger Nooe, pastor interim treating men of another race or had which Is the new Eden.
the t.: S, Supreme Court
GrinttaPublic assistant director, Mrs. Mary of the First Christian treating people of your church Dr. None said that "out yonder
Brownie 272 enjoyed a Louise Glllings.Volunteers other nor Congress respect the Con. Church, In a sermon last Sunday and other churches in the way are new earths and new heavens
troop
relations aides Of Sen. of North and South Cuol1nallThis : !! than leaders will be needed to stttutlon or the rights of the said that the Ravine Gardens at of life in the family it will do. and man shall have a part In
lunch at the beach Janus
picnic .
lor Troop 241 have turned states, and both have In considerable "
In
Christmas the
brought news assist with the Palatka, Florida showed what termlne if one is going to live their coming
8 meet. camp
23. At the February program.
several articles ary measure forfeited con.
recently The that I would be one of one-
brotherl that God's
Special men and with vision so people
women
day
will berlvt'n r ando
the girls made band Instruments camp training
ing
following report on the Senior hundred girls from all over the fldence of the people. shall have pea'e.uA Stokes
In May to those today tobringbeauty and
Interestedbut peaceto
Planning Board was written by country who would meet In Term from boxes, paper plates without In a speech prepared for de. a troubled world.In personal resolution couldbe.
aroundthe experience Substitute
Trudy Marshall: essee. I will be trained In many and house other which articles are found usually con. help will also be needed. Enroll. lhrat a meeting of the Jack. his text, "Ever Grim Ravine not because I am good bit Mrs. Louise! Stokes, 57, of
"Senior COoEd Day was the things this summer, but thepart. sonvllle Bar Association, the! because I Immokaleedled
ment is limited to maximum a Garden," Ir. Nooe want to 1 be, not becauseI Wednesdayeven.
a
worthless. play.
sidered They
main topic of discussion at the Icular aim of this 18daycampout blunt speaking former Florida at
I ing Naples
tunes with of one hundred girls with a mini. reiterated throughout his sermon am strung! but that feel weak Community Hos
January meeting of the Cull will be to teach me how to Increase ed these very instruments interesting and practiced mum of ten adults. governor said the court's badly that God did not give a finished ness, not that I feel about others pital. Funeral arrangements are
coast Council Girl Scout Plan. the camping facilities in "asserted power too\errulelong world but left something fur all but with all m) soul I long to bea being made through the Earl G.
to them. February
nine Board. The meeting was local communities. But dancing on [pgnlzed constitutional principals human Hodges
my own Mrs. Robert Coe local cookie to do. bj being both a help Funeral Chapel and are
held at IS a Valentine exchange was enjoyed and to read Into the Con.stltutlon .
thoBradentonScout Houseon doesn't begin and .
my responsibility the troop and Mrs. chairman, would like to expressher "Until some men and woman helper. Man must do something awaiting word from a stepson
by
Saturday the 19. Also with June 19 and end new and alien Ideas in Baltimore
on camp on served refreshments.Mrs. appreciation to all troop with vision saw the ravine at to solve the problem of Md.
the agenda were reports on the on July 6 when we get home Eggleston have spawned mistrust- mistrust .
it 83 of .
Palatka was ugliness
acres
Lorene Caruthers andMrs. cookie chairmen and the many
of the bench the
Leader.in.Training program, a there will be articles to write bj many "
others who assisted the ScoutsIn "rubbish and garbage, said
Betty Roe are leaders. bar and the ciUl.n.ship .
reminder to send in registration for the newspaper and lecturesto responsible\ these
successful cookie Dr. Nooe. "Now five milesof
for the Trl-Council Troop 124 has been making the very of the ('ountn."
all
money camp. give to troops over my
*''''al sale It also seems fitting a ground display the right color The Agency With Personal Service _
ing trip with Citrus and Heart. council. I will be expected to plans for their Intern He said that Justice William
for all azaleas
should to seasons palms
of-Florlda Thinking Day Program next week. big "Thank you" go Douglas In one case contendedthat i
councils, and Senior share my experience in every ,
Conference. The purpose of Sen. way possible to give the most Diamond patrol Is Inviting Junior Mrs. Coe.It the C, S. Court was author. dogwoods Cherokee, roses bougalnvilleas, because and I IA
lor planning Board is to regulate benefit to the girls who haven't scouts, who are ready to fly up Ued to "fashion a body of federal cared.

and plan the activities of the rone. In this way my Oppor. to cadettes, to Camp Timber. will be noted many for troopsare Inter. law.; someone"God did not give us finished dependable agency, retpona-
making plans
Senior Girl Scouts In the area tunity Isn't just for me, but for ford this Saturday from 9:00 is Caldwell said, "I 1 ask you, world Ibis for protecting you, your
Day This a complete world he left
national Thinking ,
extending from Naples to Bra. all the people I come in contact p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for a Thinking since when was that court au. family, home and buaineat
date Is for all of
22 because this something us to do.
denton. The girls decide things with. I hope my experience will Day program. The girls will meetat February thorUed to 'fashion a body of eainit every $tnturable threat
for themselves with the guidance help my sister Girl Scout 10 their the Scout House and leave the birthday of Lord and LadyBaden.Powell ) federal law' or to Indulge judicial You can take these ravines that of loss through a planned program
of Scout. cut across all lives and
founders over
should of protection guaranteed
of leaders. Scouting." there at ':00 p.m. They Inventiveness"
and Guiding In many partsof are filled with greed, selfishness by eomptniM. of unqu..donedfln."cI.1
Betty Decker,another PR Aide, Betty also reports on other activities bring a nosebag lunch. Leadersare Ing Girl Congress, said Caldwell, has
falsehoods
and and make
world On this day itranfth.
the
Mrs. Allen Bibee and Mrs. refused to assert Its authority to
was one of several Senior Scouts of Troop 241. They sold .
allover them Into of lovo.llness.
Scouts and Girl Guides grow gardens
Ruth Matthews. limit the U, S. Supreme Court's
from Region VI recently chosen 49 cases (588 boxes) of Girl other ."
with
for the 1964 All States Oppor. Scout cookies, an excellent job Troop 211 elected new officersat the world get together Jurisdiction."
ill said
that Dr. Nooe th..tI h"l'oun.ellnr \
with the thought
tunity. She tells of the many for a troop with only eight girls. their February 6 meeting. troops He said the founding Catht'u'arrut'd brides
steps necessary in the selectionof Charlie Hultzen, Mary Helen Betty Spingler was elected treasurer people are friends. over the courts when the! (and prospective he feels
these candy ad aF,"All Corwin, Pam Coe, and Trudy and Sue Stewart elected U. S. Constitution was adopted. grooms, always
There will be a leaders meeting sorry for tbe ones who have 'INSUUNCf AUNtt, IK.S2 '
States Is a National Girl Scout Marshall recently appeared on scribe. The Roses patrol chose Several, he said, expressed nil*.
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Opportunity open to any Senior Pub Time and told the public Lori Golden as patrol leader and at the Scout House Monday, February glvlngs about the powers to be everything will know given the to them of for dreamIng the). lrc

Girl Scout who wishes to apply. about the Senior projects, and Tina Reeder assistant. The Turn 24 at 7.30p.m.Divorcee given the I''. S, Supreme Court.CAIL or never sacrificing joy for material < 5t. Ave,.. Sa... ,
This year five All::.States are how the profits from the Cookie bleweeds chose Susan Kornbau their 'hen* 2-JM1 I
THE NEWS FOR things they can call own.
as leader and Jody Moyer assls. ..
Sale will be spent. On February ShootsAt "We have ravines from H.' fleri4a !
grim
STAMPS
being held in defferent parts of 9 Senior Scouts had their first tank Mlche'e Iverson Is leader RUBBER
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for the Doves and Barbara Con. -
the tunate United enough States.to have I been was selected for. course canoeing Is lesson.being given The 1'7.at Camp hour folly is the assistant. New leader Wrong Man In . . . . . . . . . . .4

to attend the encampment Tlmberford by Red Cross small for Bob Whites is Betsy Coe and

in Ellzabttthton, Tennessee. Last craft instructors, Mr. and Mrs. assistant is Jody Hill. The Blue Dallas
June I was one of many girls Lloyd Hill. The six girls par. Jays now have Sue Foster as AirportDALLAS
to apply for this event from our ticlpatlng in the water sport ares their leader and Sue Stewartas
local Gulfcoast Council here in Charlie Hultzen, Betty Decker, assistant. On February 13 the (AP-A distraught
southwest Florida. After passing Pam Coe, Mary Helen Corwin, girls made buddy burners with co. divorcee took a wild shot in the
through the screening board, Jane Forrester. and Janice leader Mrs. Irene Belavek Mr. busy Dallas air terminal
answering questions and filling Hayes. The girls are using four Spingler assisted his wife, who Wednesday at a man she mistook
out application forms, the of the canoes owned by the local was troop cookie chairman, and by her later account, for
council sent all this Informationto Gulfcoast Council. They have collected money turned In for the radio executive Gordon Mc Len. '

the National branch office in been busy since last summer re cookies Mrs. E. W. Timber. don.The .
Georgia. This was where the finishing the canoes and keeping lake attended as guest.. Mrs. bullet, fired from IS feet M
real decision was made and allI them shipshape. R. L. Ackerman is co.leader at W. W. Dyer 48, of Dallas,

could do was sit home and Troop 316, which meets at the with Mrs. Belavek. lodged in a small handbag carried o ,
$
wait! only a few girls from my Naples park Area Association Troop 276 has several girls by D. A. Peterson of Park t t(

Region VI would be allowed to building, went to Vanderbilt working on the Water Safety Ridge, Dl. Both men were walkIng .
go. You can understand my anxiety Beach recently. There the girls Badge. Eleven of them recently to board a 4:45 p.m. flight
] our Juliet Low Region in. collected shells, practiced fire. made a tour of the Skipper Smith to Chicago.
eludes Florida marina and were treated boat Dyer's wife shoved the woman ,
Georgia,and part building and enjoyed a "Soma. u' R n i
ride. The troop Is planning a Mrs. Elizabeth:! Stone, 47, to
very Interesting program on the floor, police said, as she '' ; T r", + aRg4
Thinking Day this week, Leadersare tried to shoot again and the

MORE BILLS Mrs. Betty Smith and Mrs. weapon jammed. An airline ,
Lorraine McKay. employe wrested the 32allber:

THAN YOU CAN Note to all troops The Scout automatic pistol I from Mrs.
House should be neat and clean Stone.
after each meeting. Remember McLendon, a candidate for
HANDLE? ry another troop will be along fora U.S. senator in Texas' Democratic
meeting and they won't appreciate primary May 6, do.
having to clean up before scribed the incident as an obvious .

V beginning. Repeat your Laws attempt to assassinate him. t ,t,! 4. .
It will pay you to find out how how many are applicable here ? He said he would ask Atty. Gen. ?

0 effective our consolidation loan plan There will be a Neighborhood Robert F. Kennedy to order an .
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?I" val>-1;la. The ca n you need can be In your hands ,."::: 'f '' Association meeting at the Bonita FBI Investigation 1A h

almost as soon as you ask for It Springs Community Hall March City Detective Frank Mot
23 at 7:30 p.m. AU leaders are said Mrs. Stone told him she ,
had been upset since hidden CJ
to participate In setting up ex. a
TERMS hlblts on crafts service rifleman killed President Kennedy
AND THE PAYMENT projects,
and for various here Nov. 22.
posters name tags
ARE EASY ON YOUR POCKETBOOK. occasions There will be a visual She Intended to kill Me ton.

aid booth and a song and game don questioners quoted her assaying
loom up fljlfa I* $400 session Refreshments will be because "he Is a Com.
served. munist and fools around with
Cosa Nostra."

G.A.C. FINANCE Plans are being completed for Mrs Stone, who moved here

CORPORATION I the First Girl Scout Day Campin recently from neighboring Fort
Naples to be held at Camp Worth, bought the pistol last
281 Ninth Street, South Tlmberford this summer. This week in a Fort Worth depart. "

Naplei, Florida .. ....w. Telephone Midway 517 camp will be for all Girl Scouts ment store, police related. She ,!N M 1 v inHiy
and the date Is July 13.17 from 9:00 said she had never. seen Mc .
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1964 ,;}i$,..-'i'i': ..:': .' .! WASHINGTON (AP) When
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"': mad at Is as insufferable
Americans stop being This for
f.J; .' ': ;. Fidel Castro lone enough to re. the Red Chinese as Castro Is
fleet about the shoe on the other for the United States. So they
Should The Electoral College Be Changed? foot, Red China comes to mind can be expected to try to dom.

It -and it Isn't pleasant. Inate their continent as soon
: Since the Red Chinese are as they feel ready, particularlysince

The closeness of the 1964 presidential voters in both major political parties are p.. / not the mousy type, this coun. they seem to have an
I try can be sure Its desire to even fiercer Communist missionary .
election Is again focusing attentionon in effect disenfranchised even though
eliminate Castro and commu. zeal than the Russians
the question of whether improve they go to the polls and vote. If one nlsm from this hemisphere is But the two giants, the United

ments can be made in the system by candidate gets 51 I per cent of the vote i matched b>' Red China's ardorto States and Red China, are

which the American people elect their in a state and the other candidate gets rid all Asia of Western Innuenc. momentarily frustrated in their
.. ambitions. As of now the United
President. Much thoughtful comment is 49 per cent, citizens voting for the latter The more so since this coun. States clearly doesn't seem to

to the effect that improvements are pos- candidate have actually had no influenceat a. try has some history of doing know what to do next about

sible and all on the outcome of the election unto others what it doesn't want Castro
necessary. ethers to do to the United A direct attack on his Island
Ideally, of course, the President is within the state, for all of the state's States The classic example would risk some gruesome pos.

the man of all the people so he clearly votes in the electoral college will be cast was tn missiles slbilltles, like war with Russia,

should be chosen according to the sentiment for the choice of only 51 I per cent of the The Russians were irritated United alienating the rest of Latin
t<' no end when the America, and losing trust, re.
of all the people. The practical voters. States put missiles In theirbackxard sped and influence elsehwere.

problem to be considered is by what Two approaches have been suggestedto in Turkey and Italy. \s for the Indirect method
But when Russia put missilesIn of attack-by Cuban exiles with
means the sentiment of all the peoplecan overcome the defects of the present Cuba the UNited States American backing-this country

most accurately be determined. system. Under the first, a state's electoralvote screamed and there was a has painful recollections of

Under the present "all or nothing" would be divided on a percentagebasis crisis. what happened when It was
This was rf'Solved'hpn Russia tried. This was President Ken.
presidential electoral system there is among the candidates Under the pulled Its missiles out of nedy's disastrous failure in

sometimes considerable difference between second, each congressional district would Cuba and this country took its 1961.

the voice of the people and the elect one elector of its own and two at -_. missiles out of Turkey and Right now In Southeast Asia's

voke of the electoral collge. For ex large for each state. Either plan, supporters -.... ..\ Ital One)'. of this country's great South Viet has Nam-where this
-... country put over 15,000
ample, if one party should get a single say, would tend to eliminate ., embarrassments of the centurywas troops and more than $3 billionIn

vote more than 50 per cent of the votein what has been called the "excess bar. ...... to see communism not aid-the United States Is try.
JTTJs'Y: only get a foothold in Its back. to prevent a takeover b
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New York State, that party's candidatefor gaining power" of big city machines, -', ".' )yard In Cuba, but survive and, North Viet Nam's Red guerrll.

president would be credited with It seems likely that much will be .. more or less, flourish.

45 electoral votes. heard about this in the months to come, :: : :: .: : Castro is more than embar While las.The Red Chinese, who have
.. .. rassment! He's a danger split with Russia and respect
Under the present system fewer than but since a constitutional amendmentwill : : J,.. .: f;.:;..., he lasts he is an Inspirationto American nuclear weapons so

a dozen big city states determine the be required to change the present :; q other Latin American Com. long as they don't have any,

I winner. Getting 50 cent plus one don't look for or expect immediate munlsts to try to do likewise In so far have avoided direct par.
j per system ': { ;'. .: i ': \:: '::ll; ;: :"+ i their countries tlclpatlon In South Viet Nam
{( ; : ;< :
I, vote in these big city states depends on action Such a major changewill } ,: > : : t1-: ; Besides, Cuba can be a training and the rest of Southeast Asia.

the minority blocs within the cities. And take a long time to accomplish school for Red guerrillas They don't have to hurry.
[SJGHKEEINGQUI and agents from all over Latin They tower over their
the blocs the of neigh
But
constitute changing
even though no more subject our sys- America. When they get their bors, as this country does over
i than 10 to 20 per cent of the total votes tem of electing a president is one that Today In WashingtonBY diplomas they can return to its neighbors in this hemls.phere. .

I in any state, this vote is often decisive. deserves thought, discussion, and even their own countries to practice When they feel strong

One bad result of this is that many tual action.T'"r'"r'"r""r. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS their special kind of scholar. enough, and that the time is
ship.No right t, It seems inevitable they'
wonder the United States will
move.
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f"n '" v v wants Castro out.
Even .
Lt now, despite all its efforts

LrsMc. ,-( ":n.v .Wv" .. .' '"w"v ,, v. :'i r4t' WASHINGTON (AP) In the Mansfield declared: Meanwhile, the United States the United States Isn't
in Southeast
Is to Its neck
"We have teetered for too up making much progress in South
I news from. Washington: long on the brink of turning the Asia, in the Chinese Commu Viet Nam. But If tomorrow the
OAS CUBA: The OrganUa.
nists' backyard trying to keep
tlon of American States meets war in Viet Nam, which Is still Red guerrillas from North Viet

tI Monday to hear an inter-Amerl. a Vietnamese war, into an the people anti-Communist there proWesternand or, if not Nam abandon the fight, It could
wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww r4t'W can commission's findings that American war to be paid for hardly be more than temporary
antUCommunlst at least neu.
TTT 1'1''TLnbor truce
OPINION ProblemI.ahoriug Cuba tried to overthrow the Ven. primarily with American lives. tral.
fjg ezuelan government with prop. "There Is no naUonallnterer.tat

Morld I oc )under<"' tiring the /idea I is it that kind. the of aganda According, arms to and an terror.Informed this justify time this which conversion.would appearto IJDj i: :;ilt'it; ; :;; ;: ::; ( ::';>.) r";+" .:::V; >
work that. docent pay.i>> i source the commission found
.. fat t vAN that Prime Minister Fidel Cas. BIOSATELLJTE: The United
.I Mrange Cliche -"lIalli,1II: ((1 ix: .) Record! AUTHENTIC ITALIAN tro's regime States Intends to pack fruit THIS CURIOUS WORLD
RENAISSANCE PALACE IN THE U S :
J It a'* true that II fool !and hit money) STANDS ON WHAT WAS ONCE MAN- Beamed broadcasts from Radio flies, wasps, frog eggs, bread .
.nt KOOII |niuil then nil ui how The Poi and Kettle 6KOVE JUN&tE, Havana seeking to discreditthe mold and other organisms Into **-* M W W
a spacecraft and rocket the "
it in the fun ( ililisim shut government of President L 4
lie got; |Illa'l ouinmrnt unit in Romulo Betancourt and whole shebang Into orbit for .* *< 1
-1 1 lie 1.lIli"'m| (N. C.: ) Messenger mil the' rut that 2"i III'r| teat of .\rnciu 3NAWSl2 'IIiVM Venezuelans to subversive urged three days late next year.
activities. :

eFreiesk HI fjiiiilio I lice: l loiid) their iiiu>mc 'AVi NO VAV3SIA The National Aeronautics and

Genetics I Loot whos diking f Supplies funds for subversive Space Administration (NASA) -

-Langford (S. D.) Bugle actions,, said Wednesday It would be the

...I'rojilc who lire the |>uniu of lunilii Smokey Says; .t. Trained .Venezuelans for, ter first of six such blosatelllte
1J .1t1Un..nt liiMmi are great IMS ., i' "SMALL sEEp iorist.and guerrilla actlvtUits..r1,launching aimed ,at. learning; A Ptacr of
4ipsM43q'Lernlity. A ., ,. Pipe of PeaceIt \ "" ".k SID uaala
-<>\ill (N,1'.) Ca/eue midIndependent MOIIIH lilac (.\rr\ulIl.' it smoking. the UN05 GROW BIG WILL 1 If t into Venezuela. radiation, weightlessness and \WALE 8LD8BER'E'LORIOA
the absence of the earth's rota.
Drafted
pipc| |] of |H..ue. hut nolxxK' ii mliiling FIRE> IS I a plan for taking tlon. (b4S'1
-IIC'I\,male (K.ui) Republican KEPI over Caracas, the capital, $
through an uprising or AlN bptsG ANNOO4

a I GNEN )4S 617CN P C NVAey
DE GAULLE'S PLAN: Sen. 0croptaT Gg7v7teetst

others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS aJS Mansfield ate Democratic told his Leader colleagues Mike LETTERS THEM f MAq-l
TO
. f Wednesday that French Presi. I f

It .'I dent Charles de Gaulle's pro. j
More Muscle In CourtNobody po Ills for a neutralization of EDITOR !: !

Viet Nam "ought not to be dls. i ,, gu TERFIrEs

hay the one answer to juvenile Ton often apparently, this method not. T, missed out of hand" t _
delinquency. The courts has fear of the court Mansfield said that although THANKS BYJAYCEES NeEO (tENTyof Six tlswT
are, frankly e:cfcerimentinff only prevented on he considered France's recogni. ANV evEN bIAOQWrOP
in an attempt to find the best the part youthful offenders but respectfor I A PA6S N6CT.ALDMAI
tlon of Red China to be a "trag.
approach in handling delinquents the court as well. >ic mistake" he felt De Gaulle Editor, Collier County News: S TNeA LbwS%

strike a mean between understanding and This picture is changing in many cititv Seep the small tree. growing( demonstrated "a sense of his. In recent months the Naples r

punishment that !iA best calculated to sal. Juvenile courts are becoming more formal. i, tory and statesmanship in seek. Junior Chamber of Commercehas t

gage the potential of the youngpeople and awesome, more like regular courK! Ing new ways for dealing with sponsored three civic projects Mt afEXANOERGRAIWM

is ho are brought before them. The judge, roved in black, presides with 'the continuing instability which namely, Christmas

Part of this experimentation is the solemnity from thfIJ elevation of hU bench. prevails In Vet Nam and muchof Lighting Operation Diabetes i' t
Juvenile' court itself, which often look an The formal swearing-in procedure is followed Attend Church Southeast Asia." and Get-Out-The-Vote. I ; LN NKNLNBTHIt f enw MAncx s. le+r1lI

little like a court as possible. The judl'e.r with all witne! e of Defense Robert
in business< suit may sit at the name table! Perhaps! a little awe and fear mixed in Sunday McNamara's retary for S. and the three project 4 e AnoM Qt' PdR 1NS Mlo/l
hope a major
chairmen .. Robert tau QNN r asa, WWLB lag FflKCfl,AUX4ND MHVfOH
with the Easterly, BELL,
defendant and his mom and dad. with the corona+slon and understanding >withdrawal of American forces NvtN ta Uft ADINCSysfeM,0y WHICH
OEAFAUfeCCArtCECNATIONAL
Informality reign and the atmosphere Is may be just the right formula to reach * from South Viet Nam by 1965, Ronald .Tarvin and George nn P6'D LnHUERGAaoK lu7 AIviC tNaOC NEAR,
one of friendliness. these youngsters. It's worth trying. Plttman -1 1 would like to take

The object of course, in to show a For to accord dignity to a court is also .t. <:? r' 'this opportunity to express our
youngster that the law and its enforcers to accord dignity tn those taking part In i::; gratitude and sincere thanks de

are not to be feared and dreaded but that the proceeding Maybe that's just what T.t.5TEI.ALOf:5 to the following R.L. Fraser

they are there to help him. some kids need. _I I I ENTIC.t.LORI'IA Florida Power & Light Co.,
for his assistance with Christ- OUTLOOKBy
St, Augustine> Record AVALON PATTY
mas lighting; Dr. John Myers,
llurtonN Hitlliuiil' KvciitWliat : bore will\ be saying to the remainderof ACROSS 30. Soldier: L v N 1'1 E w F" 0 R. physician of this city, for his
OEORGI HACEDORN
1 IItbr D 0 IN ED. L V CO
the people of Florida that they I assistance with Operation Dia-
the people In a man's own month Armpit e t 5 0 M. D f. 13 A 5 E
Btlll believe in think he Is 31 betes; and Carl Holbrook. Inter
home town think about him in a him still 6. Wool cloth 33: Henchman E N A TIC.I TAN T E & Consumer Experts-Friend or Foe?
County Telephone
a choice statesman. to be helping In 12. Owe 3S. TAR. C. APt R .. Telegraph ,
pretty reliable IndUutlon to what Enulr for his the t
us assistance In Get-
Washington with the nation's busi 13. One with, 37. Small Rlh NAG. IN A 5 A I T In a recent message. President jectives of consumers however -
)he I is. Out-The Vote project..
really Johnson claimed there Is are as diverse their
property 39. etmustg S 0 C. L E. 5 TAN C. E as
And the people of t,, S. Sen. ness. r1 hu h"ptrbole T R t E S. T E N TED The Jaycees are proud a need for greater representation living standards, their back-

Epee and T.. Holland's lioinc town of A special visitor for the occasion H. Current O"PotUc fug E S N E 5. ADD r. R 5 and happy to have sponsored of the consumer view- grounds, and their environments -
16. Coffer these projects and realize point In government. This .
Haitow urn limning full of uilinlra- will be (Jeorgla's U. S. Senator Russell 17. Coif gad n /5 U. Cr. long. E SOLUTION Or YISTIRDAY PUZZLE that they could not have beena raises a question as to whether In practice, then, It appears
Bab1.
thin for him. one of Holland's( long time 18. Sherns' hero success without the cooperation such representation is possible likely that the so-called consumer -
20 Ro'al.\Jr : myth 3.0tTIce 10. RI g hIcing of these In the broad sense the experts will actually be
They know him ns well n* a friends. Holland and Russell as : 46. Calamitous men.
President had In
}once 4. Holland 11.oah's: Thank for the apparently expressing no more than their
home town can know anybody, too. fellow conservatives have stood side- 22. Canting 48. Trundle commune' boat you oppor- mind personal views as to what the

lie was born In Hallow anti has been by-side to fight many battles together cube 50 plate Ctnlur Y 5. Color gray. U. lurgeon; tunity iation. to express our apprec For many years there has consumer ought to like. This
23. Roman Ish blue dial been a group of unofficial Is not to disparage their good
living there all his 71 Ills In the Senate
years. brolUe Sl. Boxing I 6. Indian 19. Relations Wayne C. Willis, D.D.S. volunteer "consumer experts" Intentions, It simply reflects

four yearn In Tallahassee al'! governor Russell came to Lakeland and 2S. Chalice Cuss mulberry 21. Seminole Corresponding: Secretary who have urged families and the fact that there Is no way

and the 18 yearn bn ha* b(>enreiving made a speech) in Munn park when 27. hal. 52. 7. Stretchers State: abbr.commane Naples Jaycees individuals and to rely on standardization to determine what consumers
grade want
labelling other
Iti Washington have been he was for the presidential DOWN 8. Father: fro 24. Take In "", ""' the basis of their their than through
running -: -,1: as purchasing actual purchases.
29. 1. 2) Time ,.
In reference cuptl 9. The long _... .
leave .of-ubsome these efforts
years.Euc.h nomination. And at the Democratic 2. Destroyer SaJmUa In the past, Telling the consumer what
10
: : year when Holland comes convention In Chicago when nuss.ell' 26.gone Bllnd\'our. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS have borne little fruit. Con he ought to want might be
sumers have resisted regimentation harmless
home from the Washington turmoilto r l J 4 J f 7 a 9 rd rr eves' : P. 1 t. MICHAEL CHANCE Edt -""b".II.rTHO enough, except that
In nomination and have preferredto It Is
name was placed .',. shrub ""AS HAVER "..OIlot. Editor usually coupled with
relax between sessions, Bartow'scivic Holland was one of the first of the II ; 11 28. October MARSHALL WYATT Adv "" 1"1..r make their own choices legislative proposals designed
clubs have a joint luncheon at ; HENRY HOFFMAN, "" .cII. Supt. among the myriad offerings In to prevent producers from
dignitaries Russell banner brew
to
grab a DAVID HERMANSON, Cire Director their local retail stores. offering him
//4 anything else It
which they welcome him home and and start marching along the aisles IS"y. 32. Author of LESLIE BOOECN Circulation' Mae The consumer experts however is predictable that the efforts

have him speak It Is a great homo- while the mucic from the brass band 17 / r rf v..r .fabltlln MRS LOUISE DAUB Office Mar, are apparently now to of the consumer representatives -
.
c.omliiK occasion each time / SI.ng' PETER SHUTTS CUM fiod Mar have their day In the sun The will be aimed at a
:
and the pipe organ rolled out over / II 11 //Ill II tf \1nrgarof Published daily, oxctpt. Mondiynd President has created the further shackling of the
tturdy mCounty th afurnoon by
Now. U: rtow Is ready with aspec the crowd of 16,000 and shook the << / ale the Coil.'' ., Publishing. Co.. office of Special Assistant to manufacturer In his efforts to
'lul kind of fvent honoring him is" I' ; 11 IJI I' 36. Growing I"c. 711 Twtlfh Avenue. South N. the President for Consumer provide new
building r pit" '10.. JJ948 Mssddres.1 P. OTtUphon products and
out lox t7J7. Affairs, a President's Committee packages to
satisfy the varied
U Is to I he a Holland <'latlou Jj o
uppre Jl
Now, Russell Is coming to help r0111 JJ le 38. SliperlaU'cI Midway' Z rear for ill on Consumer Interests anda and changing wants of con
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event, an Informal buffet at the liar- mdinr d..rlm.nt. Consumer Advisory Council, sumers. We doubt
Hartow appreciate Holland and say I fe' 11 t t tSubacrlption that the
tow Air BaRe on Thursday at 6 p. m, I" 0 V-1" 0 41 Bib, Rata all to advise him on Issues of government representatives of

with the llaitow Chamber of Commute Holland ought to go on serving In ',i w 4' 41 of' f character By cirrltr. or malL' payable i isOn. concern to consumers the consumer will have much
the Senate.It advancoMtmbar The Is how does to .In his behalf
/ 42. Snare question say on farm
us the tiiemtiorltlg| organization of' vat Sts si. Months 17.so. one represent the consumer price supports the
will be sentimental 4. 47 U. King Tllr.. Months SJ.1I. or on International -
a occasion -
toppers of Tha Ataoclalad Press. viewpoint Usually when an coffee agreement
of great jubilation by peopleof 4.5 4' I J U. Epoch vncft. i* _,tied tHclutiv.ly to the Individual assumes the role of The laws against fraud and
It will be a warm salute to Holland ut for rtpublicalion of all local spokesman for his misrepresentation
one mind about Barlow's favoilteson. 47. Guam crow news itomt prInted in this paper a* a group usually protect
for I rSl ...ll o. all AP news statements reflect the
as he makes ready to run r 49. Plurala dispatcha a crystallization consumer against his
Lakeland Ledger Entered aa _.... clatt matter at of the views of Its enemies But who will
re-election. Thus, his Bartow neigh- ar r+.."....... ending the' Poet Qlfica at Naples, Florida*. protect
time 21 min. wndar Act of March 1, JW7 members. The alma",and ,,'ob, '. him from his friends? "f,. "N>







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Richard Segalman Writers' Group Thunda", February 20, 19&4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

Discusses Novel Brehm Franks What's Your

Exciting InterestAt On Radio TonightMembers

of the Naples Writer. Wedding RitesIn Hospital I.Q.?

Forum will Continue the discus
: I
Did you know thatt
Robinson GalleryRichard slon of the novel which they be California
The goal of the -
"Space Pro
gui last week when they goon the
: Mr. and, Mrs. Walter A.Brehm trim" is $2.000,0007Approximately
air again at Sill in the ,
Se!!aiman, an artist through \mongOfherf.1vor-- : tonight
whose work atnacis, partlcu- able reviews the art critic (for third of a series of radio pro 2226 13th St. No. announce the 1600 person
marriage of their daughter, Barbara pldeged $1,564,000 during the
lai attention in Naples as his the New York Herald Tribune grams Mrs. Jackie Hearth will act Ann (Bonnie) Brehm, to drive In January, 19637
HIM one-man show was held has said of the e.hlbl'lon as moderator In the absence of Clarence Dale Franks, son ot : The "Space Program" pro-
here, is successfully exhibitingrecent Firs' rare figurative drawings Mrs. Phjllls Luxem, director Mrs. Lillian May Franks ant gently acUve additional pledget
,' i 1xtY rr oils and drawings at the reminiscent of Degas, have the of the group Other members of the late Mr. Franks.ofTorrance, and contributions are always w...
R. & R. Robinson Caller. 1290 virtue of skilled draftsmanship, the panel In tonight's discussion Calif. corned?
Third Street South.Segalman's rest: 1 I alnt and taste. On occas- will be Mrs Betty Torrenl'e,Dud The wedding took place Feb. Inquiries about the hospital
work Is owned 10- ions the works of this young Kirk, Mary Gordj DorU Johnson urary 8, 1964, in the Los Angeles may be made at the office of the
and and Max A. Weston. Count) Courthouse, Judge administrator aud Interest from
ral'y by Mr Mrs. C.F artist rise beyond craft to become -
Waller Barker newcomers to the town
officiating Is
and AlbertA The forum holds weekly meet urgent
Curtis. Mr. Mrs. mature works of art. Miss ly solicited
Nannette Dablnl was maid
Ins at the Naples Woman's Clubat
Wellrnan. Mr. and Mrs John
of honor and James E. Cramer
others who have acquired '
Among 7:30 each Wednesday night.
Bingham Mr and Mrs. Julius Sisters Married
recent work Mr. was best man, both close friendsof
Flelschmann Mr. and Mrs.F by the i ouple. A reception follow,
rank Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Segalman are Mrs. Stephen Shadowlawn PTO ed at the apartment of Lyon and To Brothers, Have
Smith sister of the
Robert Vail. Mrs. Elsie Upham younger Jeanne Akin.
Sons On Same
#' Mr. Donald Nick, Mr. and Mrs. late President John F. Kennedyand Meeting TonightMembers Mrs. Franks .Is currently em Day
E.N. Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. David Daniels who of the Shadowlawn ployed with the Northwestern SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -
owns one of the most important Two tlsten, who married broth
R.V.P. Robinson. Mrs. A.D. P.T.O. will meet at 7:30 o'clock tual Life Insurance Co. In Los
Williams. Mr. and Mrs S.E. collections of drawings In tonight, in the school c.'alt'torelum. Angeles and Franks Is with the era, have kept the pattern of
the United States.Segalman's Pupils of Mrs. Pearl Cole. U.S. Marine Corps, stationed at coincidence alive. They both
Hunkln and In Fon Beach
Myers gave birth to sons Wednesdayat
man's fifth grade wilt! presentthe Camp Petn letnn. Call/
(and Griffin. Ga.) Mr. and Mrs. fourth one-man a suburban Salt Lake City
W.F. Ingram. exhibition in Naples this show- program. Like onion iiavor with yourh.mSurgors' hospital
A book fair will also be held Then add minced
will continue until February Mrs. Gerald
The FAR Gallery on Madi- ing Zimmerman's
In conjunction with the
meeting
onion the beef before
to shaping
WORK by the noted American sculptor John Teyral of the Cleveland Art Institute son Avenue In New York CityIs 25th. Tlie Robinson Gal- and books will be sold. All par. into patties about two table- son was hours born In the afternoon.
exhibiting drawings by Se- lery is open from nine to five, ants and members of the group Nine lal.r. a son was
I John Rood (above), will be fea- The exhibition opens Friday galman from February 10 Monday through Saturday. are urged by officer to attend he poons just citht.to" a pound of beef will born to Mrs. Stephen Zimmer.

tured in a new exhibition at the Harmon and continues through March 5, man. ----
Gallery along with paintings by * * * * '* * * * * * * * * . *

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Sculpture Painting Exhibit t'I A : .
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fourth exhibition in the College The University of in the 30's and In 1939 accepted ,, .-
series of nationally significant Minnesota, Ohio University an Invitation to Instructat r'ffr I
art exhibitions being shown at etc. Rood has been resident the Cleveland Art Institute .
the HarmonGallery in Naples artist and professor of art at where he is still located. He : .,
this season opens Friday, Feb- the University of Minnesota for Is Instructor In Advanced Paint- .
ruary 21. No opening pre- many years and serves as art ing and in 1958 was named Headof s
view is scheduled but the gal advisor for Ohio University and the Department of Portrait '.
lery will be open to the public Dartmouth College. He recent- Painting.

Friday evenings this week and ly completed three year terms Teyral has received many ..,! ,
next from 6:30 to 8:30 for the (the maximum permitted) as honors including the Gund Traveling -
convenience of those who findit national president of Artists Scholarship the Paige .,
difficult to see the exhibi- Equity the national professional Traveling Scholarship and the
tion during..daytime hours. The organization for palmers Fullbright Grant for European
Harmon Gal Is located at sculptors andprlntmakers. _
ery Study His awards Include repeated : .it
1258 Third Street South and Rood's book Sculpture In .
prizes in the Cleveland t i ___ : ,.
dally hours, except Sunday, are Wood", published In 1950. is Museum of Art Annual May ,
10 to 5.The now in Its third printing and Shows the Pepsi-Cola: Exhibitions I.
new exhibition presentsthe Is used by schools throughoutthe the Carnegie Institute IwrFdI L1 II I 1' t
work of two eminent AmerIcan country. A book on Rood Contemporary American Paint- r y it .. & 4

artists. Paintings are and his work by Dr. Bruno F. ing Exhibitions, the Corcoran t 'I .
by John Teyral. distinguished Schneider art historian was Biennial,the Metropolitan Mus
Cleveland painter and teacherat published by the University of eum of Art Contemporary i it ,1'i 'i ,'
the Cleveland An Institute Minnesota Press and by the American Exhibitionsand 'rl. J/f .
Painting .. :> '
where he Is associatedon Hyperlon Press In Europe. others. His work Is included ;jf,!. ., .
the faculty with another well- Rood's most recent book in leading museum collections il" :' "
known Harmon Gallery artist. 1 Sculpture With A Torch",published in the east and mid-
Louis Boss. Sculpture Is by by the University of west. .

John Rood noted sculptor author Minnesota Press Is now avail- Teyral murals are to be seen I .."'#.; ;.. :
and teacher at the Univer- able In bookstores. In a number of public buildings ) "
sity of Minnesota.A One of Rood's most recent Including the President Garfield "
'one-man Rood) exhibition honors was the ford foundation J emorlsl in Cleveland Recent -. '\ '. ',.\ .1""Ht'" : ..I-.IIt"i
was presetted'*? |be OehlpcJf&J purchase .AWa'd for one1 ofv"po rrra if' com.< Issions, Include I "l1"J" .. r ytRSro'':\ by., .t( ...ti'I'! 'I'f ''t.t....
laeger Galleries In Sarasotalast his major works Abandoned Governor Rhodes for the Ohio .." -;': j : ... I':> 'YI.! J. :'H.' 1;t.. .
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year. His only previous Mlssle Site", which was addedto State J' '., ..f'h'.A.. f' '! \,.' \,' '..-; ,f '.
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Capito' Building DrJohn "'/l' I 'J, :. II>
Florida exhibition was three the permanent Rood Collec- S. Mi'lls.' President of West- .! ,.. .,,.<..:t, ::,... ..,:.i! '!:<, .. .;:'..: 'JI. ,.. .' 7t !1; i.h, .'.\r ; i'" .. ..: ... '. '. .. ..
at the Lowe Galleryat tion being assembled the "' ", ,,_ .: II "" I '. ..1' ,
years ago by ern Reserve University and .v 'd... t';$trJ'M" ; .
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the University of Miami when Walker Museum In Minneapolis.Mr. Federal Judge Paul Jones of ,, '< -r ..,.. '! "r" ',' "" ,'. "f .JI "'. .- "" v '"( r" .. .. ; ; 4' .. all

he appeared there for a seriesof and Mrs. Rood maintain Cleveland. "'r';A't"1.'!);; 1tl f"I"3 .';: !":ft{;" ." .:.", .i"f.'. ., I ) '..." ;. t :'r Y..
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foundation lectures. He has a residence on the Caribbean While the artist Is well known ..,). t "J'1it-:. ...,;: ., to':. :.0:11: "":1' .i. .';'.....' fa .', f hL' r oJ .. \t -r "',Lt".i .
been considered among the Island of Tobago where for his work in the strict aca- ;: I" ). _r. '.. .' :II ,,;.<: "' ; .. '. ,:1:1:: : "" :.-. ''' .'
Toremost American sculptorsfor they are at the present time demic tradition, as in most of Wwffa-'s'f t / **!" .'4&rt&,*.% more than 25 during as well as their famous Minn- ". ; : A,1 :: / '; :i"I 't" .t. .."' .1
years his his \ .
for .. ,
portraits, paintings rl" 't wjir ( r '. / : ,y; f 4I/i .; "r <;.l irJ." III(, r'".,. ?' .' :..,' N' ',' :"a ar
i' { Of / l'
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hundreds of exhibitions .
which time eapolis residence filled with a personal expression reach into '',,: ; 1''J''VI ;'..I .. ...- ,. ,;\I i., ;.. !I'' ; '. : -4 *,
It.r:
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of his work have been major artco'lectlon. The Roods the abstract and often into the :( : : .. .Vy. '" :. J. .. . ..'''' .
jJ; m JY'.r. } '' .p.r" :" :"M'.tJ: ., ;. ,, ;: : : ;,:,
presented throughout the U.S. spend a portion of each yearin non-objective. In the exhibi- 6 ) ., ;:.. .U'', r5t.? j, ff :,.. -.r.' \ ''':': i.:. ... : :t ( .
and In Europe and Mexico. world travel.CHlLDOF tion at the Harmon Gallery ..,.k Rood has won numerous national a number of the paintings are :oIIIJ1iiw .;, l1 ..' ,:: ':.. ... .-v.-t; ; ;' ,t;' '.4ot1f.. /( ... ,.1'111'';:;..'.:;.. I 61

awards and his work Is recognizable variations onTle- \ .J..tp.:.. ,:",\';.&# :;J., h.. Just Completed residence ol' Greek Revival architecture at 3800 Rum Row. '.
found In the permanent collec- REVOLUTION polo. <"" t<.,, ....,,,,, O"llInedand supervised by Henry K. Herding Architect, Palm Beach, Florida. q

tions of many museums universities Painter John Teyral was bornIn .,

public and, churches private collectionsIn and other America Russia as in a 1912 child and at the came time to Organic Garden This NEW home for sale at our exact net cost! R

the U.S. and abroad. He of the revolution. His art edu- Meeting TuesdayThe
has executed series of cation obtained the
a nota- was at
Garden Club of
Organic Drive down office and let show this beautiful residence No obligation, of course
ble commissions for public Cleveland Art Institute the Southwest Florida will meet to our u* you tt
buildings such as the National Boston Museum School of Fine Tuesday, February 25, at 7:43
Headquarters Building for the Arts the Eco'e de la Grand p.m. at the Bonita Springs Com. The photograph does not indicate the true
A.A.U.W. In Washington. D.C.. Chaumlere In Paris and at the munlty Hall. size of the Interior. Two large bedrooms and

the new Minneapolis Public Library Academy of F Arts in Flor Nice change: frankfurter two baths. Unbelievable closet space. Large
the Episcopal Cathedralin ence. He taught at the Boston
in barbecue in
atuce a living room with trey ceiling. Closed bar
Minneapolis and at Wellesley Museum of Fine Arts School covered canerole. f
between living room and dining room, (Also 4 4 $ y'iI'' l

opens on west terrace.) Large dining room.

Beautiful large kitchen with flowered tile

floor. Large service area for washing and '
\4J ll
\ drying. Larder and storage area. Two car garage I ,, "'

and storage area. This residence Is truly .- t -.
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an architectural gem.

EmersonCOLOR
Call at the Port Royal office-Harbour House-

located one black east of Gordon Drive at

Kings' Town and Fort Charles Drives and

we will be delighted to show the residence at

3800 Rum Row to you No obligation, of View of' the dining area, Port Revel' Beach CUb.

course,

TV'S NET COST FIGURES 3800 RUM ROW

d Land-Lot No. 55, Rum Row (Includes -

membership in Port

Royal Beach Club) 19850.00
from 899.95WI i r 116' 34" on Man of War

Cove Averages 270' in

depth 93' on Rum Row.

o 399.95 ((6,298 square feet, more

T: q r' than half an acre.)

xt r Building contract and architect's

I 'i1(; fee for plans end supervi
*a 1 Year 1'arranlY sion 46.965.52
Portables 99.95 Up :
1- Kitchen appliances (Frig Ida Ire stove

e and wall oven wall clock,

Kitchen Aide Dishwasher.) 585.87
I NO MONEY DOWN! MONTHS TO PAY I i Lighting fixtures and ornaments 788.39

i 5w'-s; Builder's risk insurance 122.17
"Service Dept For Color and B & W TV's Looking north cra.e the Gulf, this A.A.U) pool (7)* 1" Rlprapping shore line 504.00
ta length) it a popular feature of he Port Royal Beach
Club. (Pool heated during the mUetr eaton.) Landscaping 4,483.81 t
General Electronics Inc. Sprinkler system 984.00

PORT ROYALINCORPORATED Utilities > :' 7100

Sales t Service TOTAL NET COST; Sales' Price 574,354,76
$34 Id! Aerie 8e. )11 J.UJ' I EJ;
Telephone Midway 25118 !4t

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February 20,' 198& bi jlai ; '1 -

In First Quarter r Probe Hits : 'Par

Lower Prices Of plentiful canned pink with salmon canned and canned tuna, iF7Vapftes

Eggs Fish Help Maine sardines top features.Red '
meat Matures are ample BokerWon't
Surpassing ExpectationsNEW Snag 1
! Meal PlanningBy again this week, with beef and ;
to J3each
pork prices continuing; run t Vanderbilt
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS below year>ago levels. YORK (AP-The first 127.1 per cent of the 1957.59
Declining prices for eggs and Featured beef cuts include quarter of the year is living average, compared with 119.2 TalkWASHINGTON
a
fish In many sections of the rib, loin and chuck roasts. up to advance billing and even a year ago. In 1963 the Index MI S-S361
country make it easier to plan Pork attractions Include both topping It a bit. dropped in January, but then M Br Mary A. Foster .
economical en ten meals, fresh and smoked hams, bacon, With the quarter past the rose sharply until July Op (AP) Senators I her home on 95th Avenue to a
housewives will find this week. loin roasts and chops. halfway mark, the gains overa tlmlsts are hoping that from to. push ahead today with the To th- familiar tune of What from Massachusetts and
end. Broiler-fryers appear oftenerat year ago are marked in most day's much higher base, Indus. M Bobby Baker investigation, but Am 1 Bid? "the 7th annual auction family returned North to Utica, N.
has
Prices are expected to run a special prices. Turkeys are segments of the economy, as trial production will show a the former Senate aide has sale of the Naples Park \ her home.
little below yeargo levels also featured in some stores. expected. Many are also pulling good gain in the Spring. flung a wet blanket over the Area Association was held last Y., to make and Mrs. Forlst Hall of
most of 1984 because of blither General best veletable buys ahead of the fast pace of the Housing starts also have inquiry by his refusal to answer Saturday, February 15, on the Mr. Avenue Vanderbilt
View ,
output. include cazbage, carrots, on. final weeks of 1863, even turned up smartly-9 per cent questions. Faber Hair grounds on 103rd Bay Mr. and
Fish attractions are also itns, potatoes and raslshes. though a seasonal lull would be higher than In December and There Is substantial opinion Avenue.! Glen Allen was the auctioneer Beach, had as guests Mlshawaka,
'more in line with tradition. topping year ago figures by 26 around the Senate that while and his "going, going, Mrs. Lloyd Wiley of ,
a lot of smoke still may pour heard until the last Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
The rise In personal Incomes per cent. Most sections of the gone" was
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK strikes closest home for most nation, except the norths entral out of the investigation, mostof item was sold.It Brown of Matlacha, Fla. visit Last
Hall
and Mrs.
Mr.
persons. A significant part of region, shared in the advance. its low-burning fire mar was one of the most success Sunday
DRS OFFICE the biggest gain is due to gov. Retail sales fell off as usual have been snuffed out. ful auctions and rummage salesto ed with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ber.
\ SUPPUESJ ernment actlc,.,. Va i l..-.is Insurance from the fast December pace, A Republican member of the date, and the association isvery ger of Syracuse, Ind., who are
tj' dividends were paid Senate Rules Committee, unwilling grateful to all the wintering at Port Charlotte, Fla.
but were 3 per cent above a very
\\J Rebuilt Paymaster early and government employesgot year ago. to be quoted by name, merchants who gave us a new
.. $25.00 pay raises. Steel production and shipments said that Democrats were talk. donation, and also to all the people DUE MONDAY
: Protector up ing about a speedy windup of In Arriving on Monday of next
: Ahead is another boost- otto continue to rise, and who helped out anyway.A
yCheck MACHINES SALES. REPAIRS gross personal Incomes but considerably faster than first RAY GUN ?*-Technlclan the Inquiry but that Republic "Thank you" to Mrs. Ruby week will be Mr. and Mrs. Earl
FREE PROMM'OELIVERY to disposable incomes after predicted.As operates portable radar at Let cans have around 40 prospective Elms and Mrs. Frances Warner Chrlstena, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
SERVICE taxes the federal tax cut usual many eyes are on Angeles l display of military witnesses they want Interviewedand who were in charge of refresh. to spend aweek with Mr.and Mrs.
715 Sib. Are. So.' Ml 2.leu which should Increase take- Detroit, where auto productionand lactronics.. The device can detect possibly called to testify. ments. A very grateful "Thank H. R. Hulpleu of Wlllett Avenue,
home pay in March. sales continue to gladden moving objects within its Baker, who resigned under you" to Faber Hair, who once Vanderbilt Beach.
But the government also reports the hearts of that chronically fire last Oct. 7 as secretaryto again allowed the association the Many familiar faces from this
rang of lwo-thlyds of a mil*. the Senate's Democratic maJority at the Edison Stadium last
area
that in January "almostall optimistic Industry. If sales use of his building and grounds.
major industries" showed -- is under subpoena to ape Remember this Sunday we will Saturday night to view the Pageantof
are so good in February's bad
advances In and pear for questioning at a pub Light Parade and show. It
NAPLES employment makers Cash Wrongfully hold another of our famous smor.
weather, the car ask
,
FLY therefore in payroll outlays. won't bloom lie hearing next Tuesday.But gasbords in the building on 104th was a beautiful sight
why really
they
MIAMI Along with this, Industrial when spring the highways Credited Gets Man he said Wednesday, after Avenue. Serving will be from 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherer of
opens closed at which he Oak Avenue the Beach, had as
production edged higher thanIn a hearing 7 Donation Is$1.50for adults ,
p.m.
and kindles the to hit
December to hit a record of the road. yen Using It In Bad refused to surrender subpoenaed and 79 cents for children to 12 weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.
documents that he would Ass of Washington,D.C.
George )
New Year Round Schedule MONTGOMERY years.
Daily Ala. AP
( ) follow the advice of his lawyersand The board of directors of the
A federal grand jury indictedT.
decline to the com Park Area Associationwill
answer WATCH YOUR CAR Naples
Naples To Miami 1.. Thaggard Wednesday on
mlttee's questions.The meet tonight at 7:30 p.m.
FISHERMAN'S PARADISE of Looks like the car thelves
7:45: A.M. 11:30: A.M. 3.45 PM.: charges from unlawfully obtaining committee said that afU are back at work. Last Thurs. in their building on 103rd Avenue.
FOR RENT the Fisherman bank
Everything need. money a protectedby Tuesday's hearing it will monthly
er day, Mrs. Gladys Kuhn and Mrs. Remember the regular
I Miami To Naples 1964 Fibreglass Boats 1964 Johnson Motors government deposit lnsura. consider whether to recommendto Elsie Lowental of Debbs Court meeting of the association will

9:00: A.M. 2:15P.M. 5:00 P.M. Fishing Tackle and Bait (Live Shrimp) ance.The Union Bank and Trust the Senate that he be cited suffered a loss when their car be held next week on February27th.
for contempt of Congress, pun At this meeting the elec.
was broken into on Vanderbilt
Guide for Full Half Co. of Montgomery accused
I
Connection and Keifrvationa to any point In the world) Fishing or Day Parties. Thaggard of withdrawing $43,. ishable by a year in Jail, a Beach, and lheirpocketbooksstc.len lion of officers for the coming
Plus $1,000 fine or both.It All should
will take place.
000 which the bank said was contlaning quite a turn lOt year
i NAPLES AIRLINES Waterfront Efficiency Apartments credited to his account errone. Is investigating whether money and valuable papers. ThisIs make an effort to attend.
i Baker, while on the Senate Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hegji
shouldbe
Naples Airport Concourse 3 Miami AirportMI Isles of Capri Fishing Lodge $10,000 ously. Thaggard bond. Is free under payroll at $19,600.a year, engaged the extremely time of careful year of we what we of 93rd Avenue had another

2-34S4 NE 44811 in outside business and leave in our cars. very pleasant surprise on Mon.

City Ticket office Naples Travel' Agency 4 Corners 7 Ml. So. of T.mi.m! Trail Phone MI 2-5704 I "Stop" Signs Mean STOP financial dealings that conflict Nice to see Mrs. Neva Von. day February nth, wh nn very old
ed with his official duties or Ec'olck.hl.e U.J Mr. and and dear friends of many years
Involved< other improprieties. Mrs. Charles Bull of Miami here came to visit. Mr. and Mrs.
Among witnesses called to for the weekend to celebrate the Randy Misare of La Grange,
testify today were W. F. Collins, birthday of their sister, Mrs. 111., were on their way to Miami
president of the District of Dimple Hadley of 107th Avenue.Mr. and just stopped long enough to
Columbia National Bank, and and Mrs. Ed. Hamel of enjoy one of Mrs. Hegji's de.
MOVE IN TODAY !
Jose Benitez, deputy high" com Itasca, 111., are spending some llghtful dinners, then to continue
missioner of the Pacific Trust time in their home on 95th Ave. their journey.
Territory and a former Demo.
Until next week, May the Good
cratlc chairman in Puerto Rico. nue.Mrs.. Mary Larson also of It as. Lord watch over all of you and
The committee said Collins ca, UK, is here for the season, keep you well.

Baker would has be asked about loans and is presently the house guest _Don't_ _H*_ _A_ _I.ltttrhurYOU __
FURNISHED obtained from the n uu
NEW COMPLETELY Of Mrs. Louise Juliano, on W1U .
bank, in which Baker has re.
lett Avenue, Vanderbuilt Beach. want the beat
ported holding 1,500 shares of
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Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hegjiof for your mobile
stock. Benltez has been linked 93rd Avenue, had a most plea home on waterfront
with Baker in prior testimony sant surprise on Valentine's Day,
WATERFRONT HOMES Involving Haiti. Imports of meat from when their son John of Chicago, BEAUTIFULKELLY
111., came to visit for a week. LAKE
The vanished Anascl Indians Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller of Lan
caster, Pa., have purchased a :
of Wetherill Mesa, Colo., built I
f n ',Y w l heY ie home on 103rd Avenue and are
I / ;16..7eNnae/j apartments with prefabricated 1 pretty busy painting and fixing
mortar blacks, had Indoor latrines -1 G

tamed turkeys, drank up.Glad to report that Harry

from > eraml ...mui' and smoked' Dickinson of Germalne Avenue LoU rroM '
Vanderbilt! Beach,!*getting along I '
cigarettes.1ai very well after undergoing major $995 up
surgery last week in Lee Memo $100 down
rial Hospital Fort Myers.Last
$25 month
week their daughter, Mrs. Nancy per
Leiter, and her two sons, Ken. C.R.LUFFRt
neth and Timmy, new In from *. Real Estate Broker
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Death Sentences Tbur.d lebruary 20. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7RADIO
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0' Work Moving CAr> Time
41 j RAE WEAR GALBy Florida. Supreme Court I hl' re* B HYTHIA I0WRY An Interesting change In an.
tued i to rover so i ho d"llh ("<' 'al. NEW 1'' IRK \AP>-The final other CBS series will start next
pleasant evening was t His" imposed on two Lake LOW chapti r "'Re,'ute 66 approach Monday night "East Side, West
r by about 38 people last Anne LaBaatllle Bowes Ahead Quietly i q Negroes 0111 kt"J of nIng\ ': T. a'if >when Major Frank Otted a II Ilte'onl61l., adxent ." i 1', ,is going to get mar. character In the show, a Con.
d Eric Chou's book "1'1 egress ma) not be readlb U jense atturnep s sought new rued on i the March 6 show, first grescman Hanson. A couple of
i Must Choose". Parti- Mink iSi may be warm (and blend In color with the stone apr' ont h't the average visitor, t trials for Robert aimiei ,111.1 J Jr of a t\ ">.|'ait wind-up. weeks later, on the show, he
, [time rest Ing were his fashionable), but musk ox wouldbe but In a pinch, they prove to but '1lIrk' qiletland steadily i I') Chat man. .a'.. uu that they' \nd (then, with his happy will offer social worker hero
T about his much better. No other North be fast runners. A herd looks continues In the Gulden Gate were. conxlited with the help' of bride leside him In his "sport. Nell Brock a Job as his aide.
personal asi American mammal well l C.E. car, our h..ro11\ ride In clas. Nell will accept of course and
i with the 1 Is so amazingly nimble dashing across d"'I'pment| Jtmg.diiee. falsified e\ Man"e, 4 i plaster cast ,
itd !,' author. dressed for winter weather.With the tundra with their lone tor ,''I [Uniting, sail!t.15: morning 01 a footprint lmi,ressloiu sic stIr) I into the sunset, pre. the format will change But
N Kim Shaw, president, its thick "skirts" "I said sunu\l\t 1I live the switch Is too late
underwear of, dense, sishajlng Io.o1nd.tro.They "'r example, Jung The Mate Supreme Court ap. happily ever coming
L.ct "ced that the two new book 4 t soft wool and its long topcoat of can easily outrun a man. 'The two bridges m Sr. 83tiand pointed retired circuit Court after Too weeks later, on to save the show It has not
j donated by the Friends ,' thick waterproof hair, the muskox Their cloven hooves provide ex. SR 931 are 1111open fnr Judge 1.? 1.. Parks AS !special e\ March 20, CP:)' "Route 66' goesIMft been renewed for another sea.
stt. In use. Another gift, can stand the most frigid tern. cellent traction and allow' them, train' and a cleanup of bv.rass$ aintor to dl" K the luiges. fl"runlloj ones, In which son.
. some leather book for peratures. This shaggy pelt hangs to dash across sharp talus slop. areas n in progress." Parks ruled uearl, a tear ago G*t>re Miharts and Martin CBS' explanation of Ed Sul
. 'all memorial gifts, has from the animal like a grass es, slick Ice fields, now drifts "Bl I"ck grading, canal t'xCI\'a. thai the defense atK>rne\ a had Milne i it re co.ttarsTod Ilvan's sudden change of mind
r.L.e cqulred and will be suit- skirt on a hula dancer, with only and to climb steep banks, lion and cltroad construction nut proven the charges mil r K. ./ played o> Mllner, would ,about extending his hour, show
. Ascribed GAIL BRACK the stubby hooves protruding be. Prior to the rigid protection centimes\ in Unit t. One of the oiuHieuJtfd against a now trial never !slave been allowed to to 90 minutes In April Is that
shortly neath the brown mantle.Even lips given the musk ox, young calves motel units 1 II< now roofed and for the men.' m'arn if the series had not he reconsidered taking on the
February 26 Wendy Welsh Gail Brack HopesTo and nostrils are furred on the were In great demand for coos. brick wall surfacing Is well In A" c e p t I n g the retort been canceled. extra responsibility and workof
d 'ldred Riggs will discuss musk ox. They were roped and tied, then under war The second motel unit WpdiwsJa), the iui rents Court Marriage Is not only a nice a 1 longer\ show "on the ad.
Caldwell's books, par- Enter CornellMiss At one time, the pelts of these shipped out of the Northland for will shortly! Is ready for roofing sail It would not substitute its Max; to Conclude a long.running vice of his phslclan."
fly "Pro'ogue to Love" Gall Brack, a seniorat mammals, were as popular as prices ranging from$100to$16\)0.) Flours have been poured for the judgment foE that of tie manU series, but also provides a The network which says he's
"Books and People"m Naples High School, has just buffalo robes. Due to the tremendous Many died from the change! of ctmmuntn building, plumbing \\ heard tin tarts hand sac to "write out" a not ailing, hopes that will bury
" on station W.N.O.G. returned from a visit to Washing demand for hides, the environment and others from rn. roughed in and walls will shortly! The justices said In an unajiU cf) rJ"h'rIhu must disappear all rumors that he didn't want
) p.m. ton D. C. where she had oxen were almost exterminatedfrom proper diets. In the first 23: be In process." mous trillion that the) might when an .1,hr wants to leave to try to compete against "Bon.
s an interview on Sunday with Dean the barren grounds of Alas. years of this century, over 250 !In other areas of development' hate readied different findingsof the raM Most recent examplewas wua's" popularity. The NBC
..tIt ART CLASSen Burnam Kelly of Cornell Unl. ka, northern Canada and Green. calves were brought to this coun. Jung said, the sewerage' treat. fAct I In some instames, but of course, "Bonanza," show occupies the same time
members attended verslty. The talented 17.year.old land In 1800, estimates say there try and to Europe The firstIn menu plant for Unit 1 Is 50 percent that Parks' findings had been whose iroUmer planned to mar. spot as that: extra half-hour.
It the student has applied for admissionto were one million"arctic buffalo" America was shown at the Installed. Watei'distributions \huked IIi'|' bx satlsfaitorx) exl.dt r>' o" Adam Cartwright when Recommended tonight: "A
on "Color Variations'Recreation Cornell's School of Fine Arts in the North shaggy counter. Bronx Zoo in!1902.Unfortunately, >stems for the initial 1 area itt. Pernell Roberta wanted to quit Wild Winter's Night," NBC,
..fa Center of in the fall parts to the 5 million Plains for every young musk ox capturedand shoull be corrupted In ap -'- -- the shiw.Shen he decided to 7:3o.8:3O-Varll'ty special star I
|018 Apartments on Tues Miss Brack is the daughter of buffalo who roamed our West. delivered, t or 6 adults proximately two weeks. The SUe It |I''ii To ,VdurtUe remain, the lady l was jilted- ring Jonathan Winters and Art I
[*afternoon with Mrs Hazel Mr and Mrs. Roy Brack of 615 By 1862, the slaughter was on. had to be killed as they tried burban area has not been' nc.glerted suit I ftsi furnov i
, tz. as hostess. The guest West Lake Drive and was accompanied Between that date and 1916 ((55 most valiantly to defend their for draglines continue the magnificent' \
t was L.L. Broone from to the nation's capital )ears), 15,000 musk ox skins youngsters Usually It takes se. their anal excavation progrant
en K.+, Coral, who will return by her father. passed through the Hudson Bay veral bullets to stop one ox, One Is now working the roid. lvi
I I'P Monday at 2 p.m. at the An honor student at Naples Company alone, not mentioningother so powerful Is the body and side canal! Immediate! north or g ri "o
High School, Miss Brack plansto fur trading outfits or the so thick the fur Thanks to mo. the tits I site.
unity Hall, with a hope
P ': specialize in background design thousands killed by whalers, ex. dern Interest conservationthe "These are also djjs if in.
J classes be In the off-
I'' can in college and hopes to plorers and Eskimos. musk ox) are no longer kid. terest In the Miami office\ ,'' Jung
Y [ttn the near future. All attend the University of Madridin napped" for such purposes, said, "for Gulf American Land
lltes, interested are urged her junior year.Retirees PASS LAWIn (to be continued) Corporation Is In process of COLOR
end. 1917, the Canadian Govern. occupying\ their new 11 story) T.Ve
j r a.half HearReverend ment became alarmed, and pass. DEATHSNEW nifty!' building i>n N. t, 790 $498.50Color
one- millionns ed a law making it Illegal to Strf' t. Departments are pro.
I } of Turkey's largest city, Nooe hunt musk ox. Yet, by 1930, only HAVEN, Conn (AP- grammed to movo on a phase
r 'sal, live and work on each 500 animals were left on the Luke E. Hart{ 83, supreme schedule over weekends. Duringthe
'iof the Bosphorus. Some At Monthly MeetAbout mainland. The United States took knight of the Knights of Colum. past week the accounting, TV Stereo FM/AM only 57U5. Rosy Terms
J 50 members of the local 54 arctic buffalo from Greenlandand bus, died Wednesday purchasing, payroll and man.
ants live in Asia and work
9 chapter of the American Asso. re-established them In south. power divisions were moved.The
, ope.K' elation of Retired Persons at. western Alaska. Despite all these PITTSBURGH (AP) Mal. bringing together under a com.
tended the regular monthly meet. efforts and 40 years of proteCt.colm S. Lunn, 76, former circulation mom roof of the main companj &
Ii I ing held Tuesday evening at the tlon, the total musk ox popu. director for Hearst news rtVltles will greatly .aimptiftmansgementadminialratton Song Story Shop
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Emmanuel Lutheran Church In latlon only numbers a small S. papers, died Wednesday andlntafdi
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The Moorings 000. Their Increase Is very slow 'partmental coordina.
OJ ,rectly on Gulf Beach, A potluck supper was followedby but at least It's an Increase. Drive Carefully And Live tioN," 695 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Ml 2-2520
Folks often wonder what the ----
furnished a short business meeting and a
1 actively talk by Rev. Roger T, Nooe. "musk bison"' find to eat on the
J iir-conditiened and His topic was "serendipity"and bleak and frozen tundras of Alas.
mpletely equipped he defined it as"discoveringby ka, Canada and the coasts of
modern,; beach house, accident" Greenland. During the short sum. FORD I TOTAL PERFORMANCE
Rev. Nooe, using historical examples mers, the small oxen frequent
..ady for immediate to emphasize points river bottoms and swales where
occupancy after 1 it referred to the excursion of willows, grasses, sedges and
1964. liv. Columbus. Goodyear discovered saxifrage grow. Come winter,
April Large
vulcanizing by accidentally drop. they move to higher Und where
[tug room with open ping a piece of rubber on a stove. winds swept away the snow
[fireplace and screened Penicillin, the x-ray, and dyes and expose mosses and lichens.
were discovered by accident, he On these tiny plants, the 500 to
I porch overlooking the said. Hines learned about sweet 900 pound animals survive. WAS BORN HERE !
.iilf. Four bedrooms, pickles by accidentally spilling Apparently, their diet is nutritious .
Itree baths, electric sugar on a sour one Kellogs and adequate because muskox
cereals, Gerber's baby foods, meat Is reported more satis.
chen with all mod. and potatoes were products the fying than lamb by early explor.
.Mn I conveniences and results of whims of Individuals. ers. The female's milk is also _
Ilrt celbjp54uding 2 He spiced his program ,with known to be very rich. In man1f'HfIi'1t
{ \ 4fr,| rU>fm.( M(, oCos'and applied. !5'th' ''nbsk'c r'f'f'n\q
/s with" ,cable,connec- implications' to tamflY living. be like "Polar cattle" as they I II
Ion. The next meeting of the local browse over the highlands and I
|Contact brokeror AARP will be held March 17, stand among the giant boulders I
your at the Emmanuel Church at 7 which Often strew these regions.
Call MI 2-4763 p.m., with coffee and dessert to Musk ox rely on rocks for
follow the business session. some protection since their coats

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BY DAVID LYON LaBelle Is expected to relyon Moore Haven last Friday and
a starting lineup consistingof has a 10-point average.
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end of the regular season, Naples -
High School's basketball two sophomores. Junior Mike Tom Guthrie, a sophomore who
Coins leads the team In scoring did not figure prominently In
needs to win either Friday or
with a 12-polnt average. pre-season plans. But became
Saturday night to end with
(I a winning record. up He, along with Junior Mike Into his own In the Everglades 1964
Allen, are the two tallest boyson Christmas vacation tourna
On Friday the Eagles travel
the team at six feet ment, and he has tossed li an
t lito LaBelle to meet the Cow
!boys who have Improved con- Senior MikeStitnett,completing average of 10 points a game
the trio of Mikes, Is a consistent since.
kSlderably through the season
scorer and has a nine- LaDelle's lack of height will
like the
just Eagles. On Saturday
the schedule closes at point average for the season.He be a handicap as they run Into
'home with Is one of the coach's two the likes of Steve Clark,Walter r
a contest against
'Kentucky Military Institute. sons playing on the varsity.The Ritchie, Many Bowen and
Naples coach Andy Lorentz other Is Steve Stinnett, David Pease of Naples,who pro
)f'son Is hopeful the team can a sophomore who has good accuracy bably will dominate th: !vJtboards. ; -
with a two-hand set
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sweep both this weekendand
build up games momentum that will shot. He got 25 points against Lorentzson will rely on these

come In the four boys and on guards Buzz .
handy following
(week when the Eagles play In Nothing HappensAs Berson and Bill Morton. Pease S c ..,a Oq t The

the district tournament. Liston has not been In the starting the
Clay, lineup the last few but "
In games earlier this season, game>, )
.Naples defeated LaBelle, 53- Face Each OtherMIAMI he has seen extensive Ictlon.Naples' a' -
44, and 61- recent trend toward run
Kentucky Military, BEACH (AP-Heavy.
54. Since those games. La* weight Champion Sonny Liston balanced scoring Is showing Itself
Belle has won Its league's mid- and challenger Casslus Clay In the season statistics.
season tournament and KMI threatened to tear each other Clark still leads with an aver

has undergone a personnel apart If they ever met In public age of almost 15 points, but ( )
shakeup that appears to have before their scheduled Feb. 25 Bowen Pease, and Berson all : a
Improved the team markedly.So title match. are between nine and 10 points. _
the Eagles' work will be It happened Wednesday. They Morton and Ritchie are capable
cut out this weekend. On Tuesday met face to face In public.A of double figures as well. TWO POINTS IN MID-AIR Naples Buzz Berson and fired

Naples encountered Puma crowd of come 700 persons, Clark has taken over the center Steve Clark ((50)) lets fly witha outstretched arm of
presumably the result of word
Gorda's Tarpons on one of their spread by fight publicity men, field-goal accuracy record short shot from the side in the sec Gorda players Tom ( )
i hot nights, and the Eagles finished fathered outside Llston's training from Bowen, by a bare marginof ond quarter of Tuesday's game at Punta Wayne Quick, in
.0004. Clark Is
on the short end of an headquarters at SurfsldeClv hitting
8 -66 verdict. The team'srecord ic Center awaiting the momen. .3832 of his shots from the Gorda Clark took a pass from for rebound that

thus Is 10-9 heading tous meeting. floor, Bowen 3828. The taU
Into this weekend. Clay arrived. junior center also Is the team Roman Brother PGA Row WithClub's 100
Liston arrived.Photographers. leader at the foul line witha :
GOOD AT HOME arrived. 64 per cent mark. Wins Everglades To their
LaBelle performs Its best before The crowd tensed. BuilderPALM '.
the home folks. The Cow Ucton extended a limp hand. $30,550 StakesMIAMI
boys upset Moore Haven and Clay shook It. ScoringTOTALS Fla. (AP) Manuel BEACH GARDENS, DA )
Everglades on successive Liston blew a kiss toward Clay, Ycaza, one of America's great Fla. (AP-A growing feud be. Some 100
nights last month to win the calling him his "million dollar FG.FGA FT.FTA'ri' jockeys, will go after his first tween the Professional Golfers their
baby." Association: and John D. Mac. races at
Jverglades:; Conference mid- Clark 105.274 72.113 282 Flamingo victory aboard Roman
Arthur, salty multimillionaire
tlonal
Clay went home. Brother on Hlaleati's clos.
season tournament on the home Bowen 67.176 51.107 185 builder of the new PGA National
Liston went Inside to train. ing day March 3. Timers and
floor. In their most recent Later, the champion tele Pease 68-236 40-100 176 Roman Brother, Harbor View Golf Club headed Thurs. to clock
game Coach George Stinnett's phoned Timmy Smith of Dayton Berson 62-213 43. 71 1117 Farm's game little Florlda.bred day toward a court decision. Saturday's land.
Cowboys played at home and Ohio. The 14-year-old boy Brick MacArthur, head of the Bank. .
was Ritchie 38-145 12. 11 SS caught Mr. to win the at
I upended Moore Haven, 65-56. 111 with muscular dystrophy anda Morton 23. 74 26. 57 72 $30,550 Everglades Stakes t era Life and Casualty Company sportsman
That victory came after four friend asked Liston to send Wednesday and virtually clinch of Chicago, and founder of Palm the lineup the
Koch 20. 63 16. 25 56
I him a picture.The his role favorite Beach Gardens, sued the PGA Others
I straight losses, and the team's Spinilier 6. 29 3. 5 13 aa for the$1 00,
Wednesday charging that it had
overall record now Is 912. champion agreed and went 000-added Flamingo at the same top
Welch 5. 21 o. 2 10
failed to execute a contract to
one better by telephoning the lib miles distance. mile :
Naples' victory over the Cowboys Repass O. 2 O. 0 0 will
buy the club.MacArthur.
youth and, during the conversation The third biggest Wednesdaycrowd The 14 (5)i this
was hard-fought, LaBelle 393-1232 263 513 1049Oppune's
said he had spent
predicted It would take between In Hialeah history-23,990 Friday's
the hand until the 414.1202 260-477 1088
holding upper more than $3 million building the
and
one three rounds for nade Roman Brother the 1.2 Ga
Eagles took over late In the him to put Clay down for the Team percentage: field goals, choice and he made his record the club house and two 18.hole! Glenn ( and
final quarter. count. 31.9, free throwi, 613. 6.2.1 in nine starts. golf courses for the PGA. Daytona to be

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Thursday February 20, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9
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,1J. 'IJI' $IQJ1QtLQ.n t. \ Wednesday, then roe them.Other" players signing Wednesday of Naples

.. .. :.. '+.'J ,PKSK : .",.i permission from the De- were pitchers Chuck Estra- ABSTRACTS ESCSOW8'Pelnrt.J
of the National
da and John Papa, outfielderJoe .
Association to leave Gaines and catcher Larry ) t.

USE' THE DAILY> DEADLINE 10 AM.. Day and head for spring Haney with Baltimore, infielder Ml FUth Aye, So.

CLASSIFIEDS SU DAY DEADLINE 10 Larry Bright with the New York

has been side Yankees, second baseman Tony 14A1 O.

of the NBA season Taylor with Philadelphia, pitcher w. J. N.pl.,

leg received in a Tony Cloninger with Milwaukee Portar,

Announcements Professional Service 49-Houses For Rent Philadelphia, Nov. pitchers Larry Jaster, Jerry h..
to the line-up in Wild and Dave Bakenhaster

Income Tin Furnlthod or unturnitned J but aggravated the in with St. Louis,
Return
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS prepared bdrm house In Brooktld Vil ,
has been sidelined -- -- ----
by Mat
Weiton, former ten -
MIr5401/.00.: c '"."eft.all consultant for Little River Ti.S.rvce "tJ.II year or by tetton Ml
., now 2 or Ml 14029 2/201 ISO .
-PLAZA 2-2270 for oMsmi appointment. Call Midway Stewors J bedroom Houte, turnlthed In P. the Injury, DoBusschere NO JOB TOO IIIKOK

BEAUTY SALON R..I Ettat Office. 421 tthSt. |(75 for ** CARISBEAN a couple of I big steps NMALLEXPERIENCE
IllS E. Tamlaml TrOII ., No., afternoon or evening. REALTY, : =NC:. Trail: TOO
Midway 2S72 Midway 24155. basketball career, and

WII'. Hair Fathiont 417 5Mi 33-Services Offered 2 bdrm.. unfurnished, hout*. .U pi.. 8.8 points a 9
Ave So. Ml' 2.7431. Spttialliing Silt Ave. So MI 2.549( II I 6tfLov.ly 1., : has taken only uncer Since 1919

In ill benches of beauty .*.. 2 bdrm. 2 bath house on In his bid to break -
vie.. j/20St pond side of North Lak Dr. .
SEA WALLSCONCRETE White Sox' MEANSRELIABILITY
pitching ro
Moat secluded toot one block' : : _
from beech 2 block from :
3BoatsMotorsAcces.'ACHT WOOD ROCK Beach Club. Furnished. fir*. .
right-hander
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and .
carport Call MI
Foundation Piles race 2/lltf g :: was used as a spot
: : i
eewrr H. : :: and as a reliever for the TOM LOGAN PLUMBING
BROKERAGE 2 bedroom furnished House .tth -
Complete Ntple listings Docks-Mooring WhIps with carport and tcrn4 : .: last )'ear-his second

Pin Inboard Boils From 20' SAGEN Automatic drydockt 'frroll. Quiet. neighborhood.." CARIBBEANREALTY 1525 maJors-and compiled a 181 Fifth Ate* N.). Phone MI 2-292.1 or Mi 2-1102
Bob Martin ..
Ml} 3757
Brunei.Smith" Chrtt.Craft S.I.. J750 No. Trail Mid- rl with a 3.11 earned
ABBOTT lna .... 16145'
Tom Bth In 24 games .
SPECIAL itsdio Road 2 bedroom House. furnishedCall who became tho ,

19 ft fikerr.laas "Crosby" 2-SM2 24111 2 447* I. Midway 2110 alter .:.. the two, spoil men. when

run about, twin 40 HP VIC'S Shoe SHOE Service REPAIR, Dyeing- Complate and- Unlurnithed. House Fo R.nl: ley ol the Boston Red i -

Jobnson motors :with only rctmlthlng, I2S 5th Av? So. Call Mldwa/ 2 MM. New lurk Knlcks gave t'

15 hrm. sine. new. 2 18 Naplat. basketball career, was THANKS
57-Houses For sale to leave the
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VrsL'; gsa tank., all controlsetc. :33-Autos For Sale ," by Detroit owner Fred

4 'wheel "Rocket" trail.er \
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My sincere
complete package 4 Wheel Drive Jeep. 1271 Ml 4 BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME team physician has indi

$1895. See at 1650 Murex 27110 2/12021: With II X 30 ft Florid' Room. will take two or threo thanks for the Ir -
aria screened ,
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Drive or call Bill Tucker Morris Minor 1000 I dr. Cxcep. bedroom and bath patio, air matter Bond, DcBusschere to com
low mileate. good cond' raaa lioned.: utility room 2 car car recover from the leg In '
Midway 2-4296 Excellent .. gratifying r s
251 Cove Lane 4 ( pm. 2/1.H port city" sewerage. wall end In vote ,
Zollner\ in explaining )
pump for sprinkling G E Hove
Boyd]
__ 40-Autos Repairs Park and rafng, All ryat and drapes, to let DeBusschere of confidence E i
SPORTS FISHERMAN ; torn furniture.; TV. cable, gas .
that time the basket.
21 Ft. heat. ONLY t at.500. Located
Ulrlckton flying bridge. at ,.
US Gray Marine ....* three, Wanted' :, or '$'Chevy body 1151' 7th Av... No Call Bill will be over." given to me on
compl.t. with fishing chairs, and chat.it. In good condition Tucker, Midway 2505. If '
and m.ny othar otrat Top without angina or Iran Stole to to leave the L Tuesday.
condition I4'i0 00. Call BurtonBro price and condition, Boo 1202- 1 Bedroom I II.' bath 110m.loc..d will enable DeBusschere t \
.. t-ZUi. Ga Tech Atlanta II Oa.
'In The Moonngt. Car. P* (
into baseball form "
Ift.. !LY.L.:: ..___ __ ____ paling, throughout living room, l. ,
A ID" fiberglat Boat hall and one bed his leg Is weak, i
with wlndthiald. at top. 2S HP dining room. i ? L
Gala outboard motor. Only LOOK HERE room. Completely, arcondtion.ed S. for a full-scale as. : ir
and I heated, disposal' d.h.w..h.
Moe. Phone Midway 24042. ... Paved driveway to car. a starters' berth with '

27 FT. CHRIS CRAFT Twin an- Wondering whore to go port and storage room. Nice, ( Sox. lie will join the Robert L. "Bob" Combs
llnat, depth finder, Llka naw. screened ,In porch. Lawn todded '
With at
your ear problems T landtcapad Ph / : camp Wednesday
14,400 00. Ml 2 5340 or Ml 2 2175. and partially .,
/111t Factory Finish Paint' Job MI 2-4104 after 5 p m. N. brok" Fla.

Wreck Rebuilt Ors pi.*.*. $40 the basketball Injury t CeMttbs Fish Company i
Tunetip Large 2 bdrm 2 bath horn. ,
Business Opps. Front and alignmentMotor Lovely tccluded pot on pond / says he is going to
side of North Lake Dr.. one :: in both sports. Ills 1302 5th Ave. South
OverhaulTrntmlion block from beach 2 block
FOR LEASE: PROFITABLE. rebuilt from Beach Club guett houte A P" : ) is that the two. port ....-."
WELL-LOCATED HIGH GAL. LubricationUndercoat carport fireplace, air cond. H. : is 'lIke breakfast and
LONAQE STATION. MODER In one bedroom "Punka" fan ". .
ATE INVESTMENT REQUIR In living room partially fur. S. )
ED. ONLY RESPONSIBLE Broke nithed if desired 200 front ft. .
APPLICANTS Pouch Si W.Don't .. of property-unable to be teen
QUALIFIED REPLY BOX from ." ..t. Drive In and .... ( ) ( 'o
1737 R. 2/15.U.23.28 look anyurth.r 149 MO. MI 2-51(0. F. L. Vat...
200 N. Lk. 0" "*. II 1
Sao 2lltfRETIREMENT. #. !
SMALL MOTEL-ARTS-NEAR ,
BEACH HAS EVERYTHING. Ingram Chevrolet Inc. .
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OWNER BUILDING' LARGER HOMES on :
MOTEL. EXCELLENT IN 130 lilt St.. N. MI 2.lies Michigan, Ava., 4 now under '
COME. MI 2-7521. Napla Fla.42Machinery construction 2 yet lo b. told. 1.. I, : :: : ;
22atsthMODERN Buy now and choose ill your :
Horn color 111.470 CARIBBEAN '
Equip. : : 'f
TEXACO INC REALITY, 1750 No. Trail ,
BAYRSERVICE
3 Ml' 2-S155. 2/20tftth '
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID / ,
TRAINING PROGRAM AND GROCERY STOREEv.rything
FINANCIAL I I ASSISTANCE EQUIPMENT Small furnished horn. 15000,
AVAILABLE. CONTACT DON many trees, quiet I location
need for
ABERNATHY. TEXACO INC. you agrocery Marlowe and Sack Realtor, 4(15th
.
Ed 1.4111 2/20tf or sundry ttore.II Av. S*. MI 2.1221. : : ,
ft. Huttman Dairy Display 2/20tflh

feea. JOfU Morton Meal Cit WffJ't
,, t It.'red Meat Cate'-' I 1:" : ::
7 D gc.rsPets': : I DUPLEX by1'owner./ Lovely, ,. / .
0'n. Frozen CateI'
Savage -
CBS on 2 lot.. Furnished good ( (
s C Hill Walk-In Bon 14" income, city water, ales goodwill :
Unusual long Mired Chihuahua, Bend Saw National Grinder Clot to everything. Ill, \*/
mala., Sail to highait bidder. In. Toledo Tenderizer 30" 900. 2111 Palm' $t. 'o' Near '
: : '
quirt Pine Food Bank" 2/11,11
Rudloff. 216,1,19,20,2112Help Meat Block 2 Toledo Scale

A&W Root Beer Machine' New home corner of 5th St.A ( ) f ,
complete. JI650 delivered 11 Av*. So. Clot to town /

WantedBUSY THE HILHOUSE CO. 2/K.1S.I1.2I.22 and beach. MI 2.6119. I : : : :: ;

Dick Hill )
Brand new 2 bdrm. CBS House lest
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Rd. MI 2 410
!Radio.' '.
with carport ceiling heat land-
FULLER BRUSHMAN ::
leaping, extra large kitchen ; )
NEEDS PART TIME HELP
with birch cabinet. 1202 Trail ., I
MUST HAVE CAR AND BE ,
teat
WRITE NICK. 44..Mobile Homes Terrace Drive No. Naplet. .

80NDABLE, p.O. COX 1754.J'lltf 2/l/St : :

., 53x10 Weatwood Trailer A lab* 58-Lots For Sale ter, Swamp Buggy Grounds Naples Florida
ItS WEEKLY AND MORE front lot patio & air cond. giveaway '.. iv
For reliable man or woman to, price.I $ ,' See Q H.
.ervlc* eutlomert In Napla Luff R. E. Broker, 421 tth St.: I Industrial Lot on Radio Rood / ::
Full or part tin .. No Invatt- No. Ml I 2.2270.ZlllIftth. ., W Ml. E. of Airport coned C-I
mant. Wrote C. R. Ruble Dapt.F2. SM3
100100'. $2.500 ,
.
with
P. O. Bon 2447. Mampnu.TannaMae. term BR : :

2/jltS Trail Acre Lot. 50' s 150'S41. .t ,
45-Trailert For Rent 125.00 dn., bal.. 110 per mo. IS.
Grill help for day or avanmgApply Dick, Hill BrokerOffica i (
anarnoont at VandartaillBaach i Trailer for rn\ Special, low M : ',
Sundries Vandarbilt, at the Hilhout Co. ,o
noun to and
retiree low ncomo
Daach. 220.21.21M.I. Ml 1 24101 1." -
Polka. Trailer spaces 15.00 per 2/lltfth plat a
or 'ems'. lielp. Apply in w.*". Fishing docking privlge "- v
Lamphghtar. Cattena. <* *. Tw. Sln arge lot. on IOlh :
220n,21.2313Help Avenue Forrest. Block SO
ROCK CREEK C. Lot No*. 1 end /. Reason '/ :
TRAILER PARK able WriteMr: *. Frank Span.Oytter .

Wanted Female Rear of Airport C"Illinois. 1125. W. Pyo. ChIU"O ZIU&II 11. :
y Co
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Saletwoman for houtahold appliancet 47-TraiUr Lots For Sale Bay Subdivision, Lot 7 .
Liberal Committion, and 7A fronting on Sandpiper ,, :
Co. SI andnail "Concrete '
Laco Watar Conditioning"
fee attractive Mqbll.
Kelly
Inc. 441 INS St. N. MI 2.UU20.2I.tUU' Horn. else, landscaped wall ..ndpu..p. Seawall" For quick tale. 11750 ...." )
J F. William. RI. ,
;/ teptie link, fence on Ocala. '1.. 2/20,21.21.2425 3 Bon .1.
W...,... wantad. Day only one tide mutt be teen lo b* appreciated
Apply In only' Golfing 12.075 O H. LUFF, .
parson
Buecanaar between 12.L30: only R. E. Broker, 421 Mfr St.. No.Midway Uulhhor lot leading to Bay
.
222)0.48Apartments. and Qulf Good term Collier .
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County Reel h .. MI 2 ltd.2lttfwtht .
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14-Help Wanted Male For RentAttractive BARGAIN '/' : lam- ?


Part time h.lp. Retired or amt Few 2 bdrm. Apt. within bor Waterfront, leads to Lois the at Gulf Gulf Her for., +:fnJlllq I f fr
retired man preferred. distant of beach and
hours walking ; ':I
day shift weekend Ap
hopping $125 per week or 1400 SI.OM Each all cash ". '
ply at Crayton Cove Standard. "
: ful
monthly Annet C. Wlnn Real,
220,21,23Retired | tor, 525 (th .,. So.OWNER'S Phon Midway 2 12UTo I. / 1
or **mi retired manor '
light work. Contact Frank J.Davit. : : : : : := :
Imperial, Fla. Oil Co. large studio ."1. ettla Estate Lot II. Block $. .
2(00 N. T,..,. 21"tf ciency.. Air cond. ft heat. K. "I:' hNR'dAhL E Mention. to !
Compl. furnithed. Ml' 2212.MM 3/6i ""
14th SI. No. 2/ll2t.2t No Traij Ml 21155. .UIf .. .

16-Help Available y"bedroom;-' j;...--'R.i.; fur 75' 0 100' Hematite ( Hocks

nithed, or unfurnnhed Seaton to beach Ilk St No. ".100. homes that need Ate
month or year round On Gulf Tom McBnd. Realtor. 5)2 =
Coll*** Gredu.te ..... .mploy. Shore Blvd' nice view of Bay! Park, St. So. MI 2 ((44. l/l*' E SN
Degree. Sue. Ad. EO p. or flulf Call Midway 2 215t or E
WriitaP filing; cleric, *! work. 1 H31 75' 100' Horn..,!*, ( blocit I
6. Box 1001. Naplet.Semiretired to beach. Ird Av. No 14.700
220.21.21ment. 2 bedroom Apt. For RV n,."'" or unfurnlthed I...... Park St ... Ml 2.((44. 2/lltf I
On Gulf I : '
month' or year round.
enec. detiret 20 Shore Blvd. nice view of Bay PURL IUYAL Lot U2 Gal ,
to 2S ors per w..". Well vert or OuH. Call Midway" 2 2151 or Icon Drive For Sal* or Trade you oucpoct that your houn* flutter* r//
ed: tale, auto finance rental, 25111. Writ 0 J. Herbert. 2(20 Pool I
:r.n: offer to keep buoy. B3Ld. O"'e& I'nnn hit Mount-power, better cell your / / '
/20. Modern I bed oomunturnithed -
APARTMENT with complete GULP FRONTAGE ON isLAND :* Contractor for a flM wiring l
kltchn Nar beach and shop' JUST NORTH OF MAR. 2 (
ping. BY OR YEARHjJthAve CO. LOT 100 X 110. EXTENDS I t
EA"ON". f 1WI FROM GULF TO WATERWAY ,, -up. I .
22-Mustol Instruments V5000 E J STAN (T .'
apartmanl
,..,..... furnithed GEORGE HOTEL BROOK.
I blockt. to beach. AduHt only LYN N Y FULL IIOUSEPOWER wiring. .
PIANO 302 7tn Ave So '/IltfI 1
Choice Commercial Let For plenty of handy! gwitche and out "
SS .
Sale" on the Trail Mutt tell t*
bedroom fwrnithed Nilch.e.living tettio: I...". Priced far belowIsiegeretn.MasEdna ,
Beautiful spinet reom. dining room Weekly -youll really enjoy the convenience. Igp jA+':
monthly' year-round Pha i WYe2'12

Piano in new con- ,.y/mend il' iMI o"i 1Ioom'sag apartment Oyster Say Subdivision: L21\ and efficiency of brtter electrical 1 ;onQ Pdf n/

Huse I' roam. e.lc11en and 7A fronting on Sandpiper and in the a11 elertric future. sj
dition. Greatly reduced and halts.. T\n utiet Pit. MI2tonl SI. and Snail For quick: ale"ConcreteSeawall" (I'M. now I ; : y l;

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J Shell Show

Many Have Ideas On How Barge Witnessed Canal By To LBJ Be Benefit In


Opens HereTomorrow TALLAHASSEE (Al') Pres. Income Tax Cut
Went Johnson's appearance at
To Cure UnemploymentBy ground-breaking ceremonies for CHICAGO (AP) States, as

A n the cross state barge canal Feb well as taxpayers, expect to enJoy *

SAM DAWSONAP worker "get used to retirement 21 has been assured,Gov.FurLs benefits from the slash in
Business News Analyst ahead of time" and provide Bryant sa>'s. federal Income taxes.
The Fifth Annual Naples Shell late There ts widespread disposition
NEW YORK (AP>-Idaii on more of the available work for He said the White House a
Show mill be held at the Woman's Wednesday confirmed that the In state capitals to hold,
how to cut unemployment are the younger ones.
almost as numerous as personsout The steel Industry Is trying Club Friday through Sunday. Exhibitions President would attend ceremonies the line on state taxes.
of work. Everyone is longer vacations for senior of many varieties of near Palatka marking the There are hopes that the fed.
against large scale unemploy. workers. shell art will be displaced dur. start of construction on the $157 eral reduction will set off an up.
tnent. But often he's also Labor Secretary W. Wlllard Ing the three-da showing. million waterway. surge of consumer spending that
against the other fellow's plan Wirtz' assault on the recent in. Prizes will be awarded by classes After the stop at Palatka, will boost revenue from such
for making more Jobs. crease In overtime when so with ribbons going to three Johnson will fly to Miami Beach state levels as the sales tax.
On the same day this week many are out of work was In places and an honorable mention. where he will speak at a Demo. There also Is an expectation
administrationplan B has been announced that Mrs. cratlc fund raising dinner Of a windfall.by Income tax
that the secretary of labor was support of an
Elsie Upham, artist and teacher states which allow their taxpay.
set rates for
making a plea for cutting down to higher
and Donald Nick, architect, will ers a deduction for federal Income
In Industries where It
overtime to spread the work, overtime
be of the entices, Project Hope A
labor leaders were advocating figured that that would make Judges taxes they have paid.
Simon De Marco, Fort M>ers, lower deduction would have
Shorter work weeks with the employers create more Jobs in.
for many years a molluscan en. taxable Income for the
same goal in view, and the stead. But the secretary was Doctor Speaks more
.. .. thusiast and student of classU states
of union -' "- --- ---
president of the nation's second against the plan many --- ---
flcations variations and life histories An Associated Press
survey
largest Schemes bank were was unsound saying both and work labor week leaders to to 35 hours cut the from official 40. EVERGLADES Homecoming Queen Bet. diantly at her court (from left), Linda of shells, will award the Here TonightDr. brought out those trends today

more harmful than helpful. In the auto Industry overtime ty Byrd (second from right) smiles ra- Garrett, Marie Weeks and Nona Patrick. prizes. amid Indications Congress will
Walter Rundles of Flint, give final approval to the tax
5.4 hours last Octo.
Tax cut advocates were sure averaged
homore: Rolaine uemere.. The<< Mich., who is connected with bill next week.Republican .
their goal would solve the problem ber The union figured wiping : : ::; ::,; : ,:: ; = ; : girls were radiant In their beau- $300 Damage In "Project Hope" aboard the "5. Cow Nelson A.
by boosting the economy. that out would add 60,000 jobs. :: : : ::; :: ::
Some union leaders were say. Wirtz, looking at office jobs, r: tiful dresses as they smiled and 2-Car CollisionDamage S. Hope," will show colored Rockefeller of New York has
ing higher wage scales, would do said 1.5 million clerical workers waved to onlookers.The was placed at $150to slides and give an Informal talk promised there will be no tax
: on a recent visit to Peru at 7:10 Increases In 1964. He
the trick better by getting the currently work 41 or more only organization outsidethe each car following a colII- presenteda
money where It counts hours a week while 400,000 By Juaniu Weldonon school which entered a float slon at 2:58 o'clock Wednesday tonight poolside at the Anchoraep. $2.92.billlon budget last month
Government economists were others are looking for office ..' -.' was the Everglades Baptist afternoon at the corner of Fifth Apartments, Third Street South, and said he Is counting on the
labor and managementto jobs. The administration con. Avenue, South, and :Tenth Street, and Eighth Avenue. The public Is federal tax cut to stimulate
urging The Everglades Homecoming a good an of bicycle acrobatics Chapel It was a simple cross Invited.Dr. business. .As a result of better
work closer on all problems, tends that making overtime too parade last sparkeda In front of view- and speakers stand ho ding a South. Rundles Is brief
Saturday skeptical who
Robert G. Arick 18 of 1184 on business, he estimated, state
chronic or acute, including the expensive would create more ,
tole of automation In the loss of lot of enthusiasm among the ers.Cars large open Bible, mounted on 22nd Avenue, driving In an eas. leave from "Project Hope" has revenues would rise seven per
obs. Jobs.But David Rockefeller, presi. local citizens and visitors. station wagons and a platform draped In white. Representing terly direction on Fifth Avenue been vacationing for the past cent.Democratic
Come saw more education dent of the Chase Manhattan They parked their cars along pickup trucks with Identifying their Sunday Schoolwas tried to make a left turn and week in Naples. He Is scheduled Cov. Edmund G.
I and discouragement of student Bank, told a Detroit audience the parade route to cheer an banners, served to carry the Elizabeth lIes, Nancy thought he had time to make it, to rejoin the staff of the S. S. Brown of California has submit.
A dropouts as the cure. And plans that raising overtime pay from alumni dating back to the class student body as the parade Morris and Mike Pike. but Instead collided with a car Hope next month for a trip to ted a $3.66.blllion budget for the

t for retraining those whose Jobs time and a half to double time of 1933 and future alumni up wound from the school,by Everglades During the halftime of the driven b>' Mrs. Gudrun Hoffman, Africa. 1964-63: fiscal period along with

,. had been eliminated were as was a defeatist approach, anda to the class of '75. Fisheries, down Cope- Everglades Miami Jayvees 1507 Murex Drive, moving In a Astronauts End an opinion that no new taxes
farted In size and scope as they 35-hour week would also be Outstanding among the entries land Avenue, a round Bob's Sup- basketball game which followed, westerly direction. are required. He said the pros.
No one was hurt in the accident pert of a small surplus enabled
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were .Humorous.Earlier._. __ inadequate. the candidates for Homecoming
'o the the downtown Copter TrainingPENSACOLA
were "Everglades rex, through area, : him to recommend a $2.75-mll.
Many employers have taken and no arrests were made.
in retirements labor ranks appealedto the same line: Doubletlme Hillbillies" complete with along Riverside Drive,up Allen Queen were escorted onto Officer Jack Bliss made the in. Fla. (AP) lion Income tax cut In the low.
many especially pay the basketbal the Everglades -
settin'In a rocking chair Avenue and back to the school. court by est brackets.
the ones The for overtime would Increase Granny vestlgatlon for the Naples Police Astronauts Maj. L. Gordon
I United Automobile younger Workers costs without creating many keeping a sharp eye on Elite The sirens and flashing red Varsity Team. As Department. Cooper and Air Force Capt. Edward Republican Gov. William G.

I Union was reported studying a jobs, since much overtime Is on Mae. A Long Tom shotgun ade- lights on the patrol cars of Aubrey Morris, principal of H. White II, say they Scranton of Pennsylvania has a
scheme whereby the work week an emergency basis to meet a quately served to repel amorous Deputies McCrea and Hunter Everglades School, called the have completed 11 hours of helicopter 1. 1964.65 budget of $1.163 billion
of workers over the age of 60 rush of orders, equipment swains. The Sophomoreswere gave ample warning of the par- names of each runner-up Vicki Sir Winston Turns ,, training and are readyfor that proposes no new or In.

1 would be progressively short. breakdowns or worker absentee- Justlyproudof thelrentry. ade's approach. Johnson,chairman of the Home- To Help Bill solo flights. creased taxes.
ened. This would let the older Ism. If it cost too much the em. Bonnie and Connie Riggs put Homecoming Queen candi- coming Committee, pinned a Up Cooper and White told a news Faubus Democratic of Arkansas Gov. Orval E.
ployer was more likely just to on an exceptional performance dates leading the parade In white corsage on them. Last LONDON (AP)- ir Winston conference Wednesday that the says no
Ethiopia, on the northeast eliminate It, thereby losing the but not least Coach Phil Churchill, due to retire from helicopter training is designed new taxes are needed. Gov.
as parade clowns. Excessively convertibles were Seniors'Marie John
shoulder of Africa, boasts order or delaying to prepare them for landings on A. Burns of Hawaii, alsoa
shipment, the painted clothed and hatted, Weeks and Betty Byrd. Larson placed the sparkling political life this year, turnedup Democrat he
tradition of sovereignty worker would lose the extra at the House of Commons the moon. They said the helicopter says does not
I j S,000-year Halle pay he now gets at times; the the girls were very active Juniors Linda Garrett andllona tiara on Betty Byrd's beau- Wednesday night and Joined In is more allied in patternand plan to ask any tax hikes
It Is ruled by
tiful dark brown tresses as she
consumer might have to pay through the three-mile parade. Patrick, and Miss Freshman ushering through a piece of approach to a moon land.
Selassie I, emperor of Ethiopia, higher prices because of higher Curtis and Ricky Weeks put Diane Thompson and Miss Sop- was declared HomecomingQueen routine legislation. ing vehicle than any other avail Drive Carefully And Lire
Elect l of God, king of kings costs. of 1964. able Instrument.

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