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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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40th YEAR-NUMBER 148 22 Pig.. 10 CENTS SUNDAY, FEBRUARt'( 2 64 add n r or Mtrro

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NEW By Business YORK JACK(AP-The News LEFLERAP Writer econ. Huge Federal Tax Cut Should Be Passed This Week 4"the adv J/1957.59 ced l Reserve to average 127.1 Board's per from cent 127 index in of


omy.prlmlng Income tax cut all December.
-
but became a reality during the House (or President Johnson's billion for 80 million Americans and business firms will share last year has been due in partto January to an annual rate of received In January new orders Steel's biggest customer, the
week signature. and 575,000business firms $2.4 billion in benefits. anticipation of a tax cut and $478.7 billion, up $2.7 billion totaling 19.1 billion, up 8 percent automobile Industry, was order.
House and Senate conference Within three weeks, it is an. Two-thlrds of the cut, or $7.7 The Kennedy administration that the benefits have been from December and $14." billion front December. About ing at a strong clip and demand
I committees agreed on 1U provl. tlclpatett, an $800-milllon-a. billion, is retroactive to last Introduced the legislation as a largely discounted. Others con. above January 1963. two-thirds of the Increase was from construction its No. 2 buy.er .
'. alone month transfusion will begin Jan. 1 The balance takes effect means of keeping the economyon tend the market will react fa. Housing starts In January due to Increased activity In the also was good
The legislation's yearlong flowing into the business blood Jan. 1, 1965.Personal: the upgrade and the John vorably when the tax savings reached an annual rate of 1.7 transportation industry Automakers stepped up production -
journey through Congress Is ex. stream. income taxes will be son administration gave it top start flowing into the economy. million units, a gain of 9 percent Industrial production in January during{ tM week to
pected to end next week with When the reduction becomes reduced by an average of about priori!}'. Here are some statistic<< that over December and of 26 attained a record rate for an estimated 170,200 passenger
adoption by both houses. Thenit fully effective in 1963: it will 20 per cent. The tax relief for Some Wall Street sources say help paint the business picture per cent over January 1903. the fourth straight month. Mow. ears from 164,364 the previous
will be sent to the White mean an annual savings of $11.5 individuals will total $9.1 billion the stock market's rise in the Personal Income climbed in Durable goods manufacturers ever, the margin was slim. The week and 144,701 a year earlier.

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Shell Show :



Winners AnnouncedThe Are / r j, ,' City To Sound Out



Woman's Club has been

"packed" over the last two

days by visitors to the Fifth
Annual Naples Shell Show. The

show will conclude today with

visiting hours scheduled bet-

ween 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Zoning AuthorityFrederic

Exhibits will remain in place

until the close of visiting hours

today, a spokesman said.

Exhibit winners were picked M. Robinson, of the vising the City's zoning ordin- had read Harland Bartho

Friday in categories of individual ii city planning firm of Harland ance In line with recommenda lomew's latest report,and found

displays and In classification W7. Bartholomew and Associates, lions made by Robinson' firm. "very little help" relative to

of shell craft The won't have much time for sight The meeting" will start at 9 the proposed amendments to

winners are as follows: seeing when he pays a one- a.m. at City (Hall, and should height regulations and parking

day visit to Naples on Thursday last through the morning.At requirements downtown.
COLLECTION ONE FAMILY -
"I don't feel I'm qualified
,
.- Mrs. WJ. Hamilton, 2 p.m. Thursday, City
this
to community"
replan
In the Robinson will
morning Council\ will resume its pub
first; Dolores Collins, second.
Hoffmann said, and Council agreed -
meet with the and Plan-
Zoning
COLLECTION, ONE GENUS- lic hearing regarding proposed
with him that professional
Board which has beenat
Mrs. Flynn Ford first; Helen ning height regulation of buildingsIn advice should be secured.It .
work for months
several re5,000 -
second.COLLECTION "I-b" and' 'J" which
Farrar, zones, was noted that Robinson would
take In the downtown Fifth Ave
ONE SPECIES
be In town this coming Thurs-
-. Mrs. Helen Horner, Give nue shopping area and a few day for consultation with the
first Lacelle second blocks on Ninth Street stretching -
t ; Dorothy ; zoning board, and the Council
Helen Denny, third; and E.M. north from the Four Cor- recessed its public hearing -
Harris, honorable mention. Beatles Wild ners. Robinson will attend and rescheduled it to accommodate -

COLLECTION, ONE LOCALE this hearing. Robinson.

.. Helen Farrar, first; >k 're Welcome Home This public hearing beganat Reportedly, the Fifth Ave-
Mrs. Howard Oberlln, second; ., ......, ,_-.a..'_""" IC. -... ,.".,.. ,...._M<< last Wednesday's Council nue Association of merchantswill

Bea Cole, third; and La Verne HERE'S A KEY MOMENT in a swamp buggy race as LONDON (AP-The Beatles meeting. The present maxi- present a proposal for
Weddle, honorable mention. Hoffa Defense flew home from their American ( Is 30 feet
frontof Germany Big mum building height off-street parking downtown at
rules
the driver In
according to racing stops
WORLD WIDE Helen triumph today to a wild wel. downtown, and a 60-foot limitIs Thursday afternoon's hearing
Denny, first; Virginia Magee, Dub Witnesses the (judges stand for the "pausa that depresses," come from 8,000 shrieking, proposed. Off-street park-

second; Luclenne distance, hitting the sloppy deck with both feet. The mud- weeping teen-agers, Ing requirements for buildingsare

third; and Mrs Mabel Acker- spattered driver shown remounting still has half the Problem For Ecstatic whoops went up as to be stiffened, If the height Shoots Bookie j
man, honorable mention. Liars Neurotic the four beaming performers limit Is raised /
race to (McGrath photo), ,
SELF-COLLECTED GROUP go. marched down the steps of
; CHATTANOOGA Tenn. AP their jet V To Get Out Of'Paying'Off
Group A -- Lou Mason, first; lI.off.1. CALL FOR HELP
William H. Cole, second; -James R. lawyers began Nikita Now. Police battled to control Council a ot MVvl\ 4 tn 't the h 'r

,. Virginia Magee, third;and Ruth''the one a drive witness Friday who to linked discredit him Buggies sHit The Mud wtld-eyed'fans' some of whom public hearing Wednesday, and eat'
had wailed at the airport for 24
Shaw honorable mention.
Group with alleged efforts to fix a MOSCOW (AP) Premier then called for help. Council
B Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Black, federal court jury. Khrushchev told an Italian pub. hours.Authorities. man Carl Hoffmann said he NEW YORK (AP-A mild.
first; Mrs. William Pond second The Teamsters Union president Usher In a talk made public Sat. herded the wel. mannered, bespectacled Park
'Season' that his worries about the comers on to the roof of theQueen' Avenue businessman the father
elected to delay until next Today In Special urday ,
for
BEGINNERS COLLECTION week his appearance before the United States were lessening Building fear the of three children, was behind
Evelyn T. Nye, first; Lucille Jury The trial enter Its sixth but that the German problem regular observation deck might Things Warm Up prison bars today, charged with
continued to bother him.Khru.hchev' collapse. slaying a bookie in a bizarre
Messmer, second. No other week Monday. Today at 1 p.m. the first of tiate the water holes, but as the Seven-foot high barriers, nor.
welsh
calledto views were ex. plot to on a S2 ,000 bet
awards made In the Thirteen persons were about 40 monsters event draws near a close the Politically As
category.CHILDREN'S swamp buggy pressed Friday In a converses mally brought out for visiting Mark Fein wept on his IJ.,
what knew about
tell they
COLLECTION- will lunge off the mark at the water holes churned out by the heads of states, were put up ther's '
shoulder
lion with Julio Elnaudl, Italian Friday as he
Edward Grady Partin, the famous "mile of mud" mid. bigger buggies, get deeper. It is around the approaches to the
first
Thomas Johnston, Donald
; Teamsters publisher here to arrange pur. Primaries Near was arraigned after a red-
La.
Baton Rouge, that careless] driver of
then a
winter Swamp Buggy Races. The a .
Gary, and Mark Devoe, second; official who became the llcatlon of some of the Sovietpremier's apron."Beatles haired divorcee told police she
gov. track is located along Radio vehicle in the jeep class drops
race you have done Brit
Jack Michel third and David helped dump the bulleUrtdden
speeches.
; ernment's main witness against of off into water hole and WASHINGTON (AP it
Road about a mile east the a deep ain proud, proclaimed one of ) of
Evans, honorable mention. Elnaudl: telling newsmen body the bookie into the liar.
Hoffa. airport drowns out. the hundreds of banners thrust may be cold and snowy in New
about the indicated that lam River last October,
talks
NOVELTY SHELL -- GroupA Hoffa and five others are
(albino) Mrs. Ruth Shaw charged with attempting to rig! With huge chains rattling, big It'. generally alostcausewhenthe the Soviet premier felt secure up above the screeching front Hampshire It's a but heat on wave the as political three Police said Fein, 32, wealthy
the In his 1962 conspiracytrial rubber tires spinning and muck rider jumps out In water about Britain, France, Italy and throng. box and tin can manufacturer,
Jury
first Thelma Cornell, second Republicans seek In the
; ; support
at Nashville That Jury flying in all directions, the mon. waist deep, or deeper, and triesto the United States. Hundreds of fans who slept shot Reuben Markowltz, 40, four
and Mrs. H.F. Hayes, third. couldn't agree and a mistrialwas sters. twist, squirm and lunge crank the chariot for another "He feels as it he can sleep overnight In airport lounge coming presidential preferential times and then stuffed his body
Group B (freaks) Virginia declared. around the flgure-elght track takeoff. Usually, the tractor has between two cushion," Elnau. tebregated by police Into sexes primary. in a trunk rather than pay his
Magee, first;Mrs.E.M. Harris, Partin was described various leaving spectators gaping and to come to the rescue. di said. .were unable to get on t the roof Things are warming up In part of a World Series bet.

second; Martha Hendrickson, ly by the defense witnesses- gasping. Today's races are expectedto What Is more preoccupying to when their big moment arrived. Ohio, too, in the contest for the Gloria Kendal, 34, told police
third; and Mrs. Austin Evans, most of them from his home. attract upwards of 3,900 spec Khrushchev at this time is the For all their experience of Democratic nomination for the she recruited an unsuspecting
honorable mention. Group C town-as being a neurotic, a Some don't make it of and drown tators. climate of revenge In the Fed. mob welcomes, the four Bea. UJ5. Senate between Len Steph.en couple to help her dump the
the middle deep
in a
(fossil) Virginia Magee,first; woman chaser and a profes. out oral German Republic, Einaudi ties looked mesmerized M. Young and space heroLt. trunk into the river.
high
mud puddle, in which case a All preliminaries necessary "We saw the crowds from the
said Col. John 11. Glenn Jr. The trunk apparently openedand
Thelma Cornell second Helen slonal liar Most of them said
; has to to the "
wheel tractor come
to start the races will be com. air, said drummer RlngoEtarr. the floated
body to the
Erday, third; and Lou Mason, they wouldn't take his word un. rescue to clear the track for other pleted by noon to assure a prompt "We were staggered." In New Hampshire, Sen. Bar face last Nov. 8. The hands sur.and
honorable mention. Group D der oath. mechanized creations, still in start at 1 p.m. Tickets will go OrisextractopodyIs About 90 per cent of the wel. ry Goldwater of Arizona, Gov. feet t were bound with
rope.
(miniatures) Lou Mason, first; The witnesses disagreed on the race. on sale mld-mornlng at the track comer were girls. Many had Nelson Rockefeller of New York The names of the two
Mrs. Robert Hendrickson, second whether he was a dope addicta box office It was announced the What's NeededIn traveled hundreds of miles and and Son Margaret Chase Smith sons Miss Kendal said helped per.
in classes
charge which Partin deniedon The races are run
of Maine all
Helen Horner third Klwalns Club will sell barbecued slept overnight in airport loung. are crlss.crosstngthe
Mrs.
; ; cross-examination. and a winner Is picked in each Election Years still her were not disclosed.STUDENT .
and Virginia Magee, honorable Otij Calvin Tynes, 37, Ethel, class to compete in the grand sandwiches, and other refresh. es.In i
meets will be available at the addition to the mob swarm
mention. Group E (educational La., who said he was a close finale which determines the DENVER, Colo. (AP-In an
) Helen Denny, first; Mrs. friend of the family, testified swamp buggy racing champ.Tony track grounds. election year, says Prof. Paul log around flocked the airport, roads hunt

E.M. Harris, second; Jim and that Partin was addicted to Carmo of Immokalee, last fall's Reserved seats will also be Hunslnger, nothing Is so important dreds more along catch
to
Betty Jenkins, third; and Lou narcotics in 1960. grand champion, plans to be in available at the track office to. as a little knowledge of nearby, hoping their. a
of the quartet on
Mason, honorable mention. Dr Levin F. Magnider, a the race this afternoon, to try ,day, It was announced. orlsextractopody drive glimpse to town.Newsmen .

LAND SNAIL COLLECTION- Baton Rouge psychiatrist, said to !grab the title won last Feb. Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry Hunslnger, who heads the asked the Beatles
he had treated Partin by Benny Collins of Hia-
Anita Wharton, first; Mr. and as a pa. ruary will be the starter. Lovell Mea. speech department at the UnU about America.
tient Leah
that
and found
Ed second year no dora vertlty of Denver listed It they said. Gut.
Mrs. Weyrough, ; evidence he will be master of cere "Fabulous,
taking narcot.
was
Thelma Cornell, third; and ics. Partin The type of vehicle appears to monies, and the judges are Mayor among topics at the annual lariat George Harrison added: .
Elise M. Cahoon, honorable tense and felt appeared he depressed, be limited only to the ingenuity Archie Turner, Vice Mayor Rocky Mountain Speech and "We even enjoyed the work."
was impo.edupon
mention of the maker Some are In a jeep Mrs. Casey Miller, and Council Communication Conference here Starr and the other two guitarists .
by his union Magrudersaid L'1
SEALIFE COLLECTION -- which at the outset easily nego- man Francis Ford. today.He. John Lennon and Paul
nodded agreement.
Lucienne Custance, first; explained orUextractopody McCartney, squeezed them
Virginia Magee second Is the art of keeping one's foot Police finally
; Into a car which roared away ,
out of one' mouth-or getting I
Thelma Cornell,third; and Ruth It out once It's In. with an escort of police car
.
Shaw honorable mention.

SHELL TABLE DISPLAYS-

Mr. and Mrs J.R. Black, first; i

Thelma Cornell, second; Helen DigVeeli In

Homer, third; and Mrs. Roy { : 4 r,
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Hutchison, honorable mention. t .j ,
Awards in the shell craft f.

section of the show were won i
as follows City Building '

FLOWER -- Hazel Shape, -- -

first; Helen Horner, second; Processing of the year's residences! Carl S. Frick, 1919
June PrasiL third; and Helen largest permit to date made tor Fourth Street South, $21,706)) Roe

Burnham honorable mention. a gianUslzed week for new construction bert Llndabury, 880 Harbour t.
MONTAGE June Prasll. in NapUs. Drive $19,059: ; and Jack Love
first; Mrs. John Bltzer. second Building official Bert Pinks Jr., 1'88' Sixth Street South, $17994. ,- i
; Mrs. Henry Hendrlckson. ton signed! 15 permits represent Frick U having a $1,700

third; and Judy Muter, honor- ing $777,272 worth of construe. seawall built on his canaMront .. J
able mention. L tlon. This Included the $575,000 property by Tom Abbott Inc.
? permit for the 36.untt Gulf Towers Mrs Jewell Richardson U
NOVELTIES -- Mrs.
Mary condominium, which will be having a $11,784 residence built
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Telesmanlch first; Deborah .- .i: built on the beach at 1977 Gulf at S70 13th Avenue South. Michigan OF THE MONTH Senior
at Naples
High
Cooke, second; Ethelyn Mow- : Shore Blvd. Construction Co, U the contractor .
bray, third; and Mrs. Hedwlg p The building will rise seven for a$13,000: house at 1490: School for Fehruary is Alfred "AI" Hackney, Tops academically

Glllhuber honorable mention. ;: stories to a height of se feet. Sandpiper for Dewey Polly, a letter man In football, a member of the
JEWELRY Earl Mlsner It will be constructed by Wlggs Edwin M, Green Inc Is Installing "B" basketball team, active Sophomore class memberand
first Dolorez Collins, second. and Mule for owner WiU an $8,000 pool at First
Shell; of the show honors were Liam Skeele, Maples realtor. Florida Resource Corp's Carriage popular with all students, "AI" was selected for

won by Mrs J oR. Black exhibiting JUDGES of the Annual Shell Show stage of the Woman's Club whichwas Architects for the building were Club, 2011 Gulf Short Blvd. the honor by a committee of Student Council and

a Rosette !known as a were Donald E, Nick (I) and Mrs. Elsie stamped "outstand ng" by the Gamble Fort Lauderdaleand.upervla1nc Pownall, and Gilroy of 400 Lewis pool Pools for Is 0,putting F. Lucas in a, $730 3,- class officers with a final OK stamp by faculty members .

Mlkadotrochus Amabllls. Upham, shown as they began the dif many viewers attending the Shell architect Is Nelson A. Faerber 21st Avenue South. Tom Abbott Other, students of the month selected previously I

Most unusual shellcraft (Rosette ficult task early Friday morning,, In Show. See other picture Inside. of Naples U building a $3,000 seawall for ere Richard Woodruff Stanley Boynton and Jackie '
) was displayed by Mrs. Rutenberg Construction Co 0. W, Dresslar on 17th Avenue
Helen Homer the background is the display on the (NEWS photo) took o'* permits for three new South. Kline (NEWS photo)

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2 COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS Sunday, February 23, 1964 Write 'Finis'To Estimate $2,350 Baker Quiz


Damage In Auto

&4t k4 I Chapter On Crash In MooringsA Hints NewSensations

collision between an Olds.
B FStu Gl over Twain Estate
J mobile driven by Mrs Nancy
I Ml 3OT7 Creason, 331 Sprlngline Dr., Naples .
REDDING Conn. (AP) A
.* belonging to Mrs.W.$.Hunt S
Driving on the East Trail a Sunday evening service, but probate voluntary Judge settlement has accepted In a dis-a of Mayfield, Ky., and a 1963
has become hazardous due he is expected Ford belonging to Archie Watersof
very shortly i
of the estate .
pute over proceeds WASHINGTON (AP) Senate
construction and the Clarksvllle, Tenn., driven bya
to heavy
Mark left In trust when
Twain Investigators are reportedto a k tti
amount ot through trattlc we AT HARMONY: he died In 1910. 16.year.old boy at 4:16 0' be checking Into a possibly

have at this time of year. I News from Harmony Shores Twain's !S4.year.old estate, to. clock Friday afternoon caused$2, Important developement In the
000 Ford and $350
to the
for one am using Davis Boule- Mr. and Mrs Emmett tallng $867,565 exclusive of to the damage Olds. Bobby Baker case.L. .

vard whenever possible to get Cassidy of Avon, N.Y., are about $61,000 In undistributed Mrs. Creason was traveling P. McLendon, special courw
month Income, received its final accounting lei for the Rules Committee In.
to town. It's faster, too. spending a or more at east on Sprlngline Drive at a.
The Daughters of Ruth. Sun Harmony Shores. Mrs.Cassidy before Probate Judge bout 20 miles an hour and the quiry, disclosed this to news.

day School Class, of the East is the sister of Mrs. John HJalmar Anderson. The" authorof Juvenile was driving at about 40 men Friday without gluing fur.
Finn uTomSawyer"
'Huckleberry ther details.
Naples Baptist Church held Leona rd. miles an hour in a southerly
and other children'sfavorites He said that until he receive
their monthly business Residents of HarmonyShoreswere direction on Crayton Road at
meeting
was a Redding rel a report on this phase of the
Tuesday night at the home of happy to welcome back dent when he died there In 1910at the time of the collision, accord. Investigation he will be unable ,

Mrs. Ledles Bargo. The devotional former residents Mr. and Mrs. age 74.Twain leg to the statements they madeto to predict when the hearings
Officer James P. who
Hayes i is <
was given by Martha A.W.. "Burnham of Clawson whose real name was Into the former Senate aide's
made the Investigation for Na.
Bargo and others attendingwere Mich., for t few weeks visitat Samuel 1.. Clemens, left an es. plea police. business dealings will end.

: Thelma Ripley, Iva Harmony Shores. tate originally valued at about Mrs. Creason and her mother, The committee has a full

Kinney, Inez Garlno, Inez Mr. and Mrs. Hazen Fisherof $200,000, only a fraction of the Mrs. Hunt, her daughter, Katy week of public hearings coming
Owens Cleo Kiser and Shores visited millions he made from his writ. up-Including another appear.
Gladys Harmony Creason 14, and Pam Schweikert '
Mrs. Alexander, Florence friends in Sebring last weekend legs and lost, Investing In 1140 Royal Palm Dr.,passengers ance by Baker.
new Inventions.The There has been speculationthat
Booker and Jesse Keithly. in the car, and the driver of
.
Twain estate was closed Baker's refusal on constItutional
Mrs. Bernard Hody of Bar Mr, and Mrs. Walter Wolf the second car were all given
out as a result of the death of grounds to testify or
rett Avenue has returned home have returned to Harmony his last surviving child, Mrs. emergency treatment at Naples present his records at a closed

I rom Lee Memorial Hospitalin Shores after visiting with rela- Clara Clemens Samossoud of leased.Community The youthful Hospital driver and re.of hearing Wednesday<< would sty.mle jT'

Fort Myers, following tives in Hollywood a few days. San Diego Calif., in November the second car Is being referred the committee's mission to

surgery. She Is progressingwell Residents of Harmony Shores 1962. to juvenile authorities, police learn whether Baker, other Sen.
and I'm sure she'd be delighted entertaining 'gueStS this week Her daughter by a previous said. ate employes or any senators

to have her f, lends stop were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest marriage, Nina Clemens GabrUlowltsch had been Involved In conflict ,.
contested her mother'swill. ANOTHER ACCIDENT of Interest.
Longland, Mr and Mrs. Rennie
by.Mrs. A recent settlement, ap. McLendon said that as far as _
Blendlna Hyndman of Mon Mr. and Mrs. Howard Damage amounting to $50 was
proved by Judge Anderson. Fri.day he knew none of the remaining
Palm Lake Trailer Park has Stephens, Mr, and Mrs.Harland provides that Miss Gabrl! estimated to the car driven by testimony Involves any mem. _

asguests,her son and daughter-1 Krause Mr. and Mrs. Guy lowitsch receives 35 per cent of John Potter Palmer of Naples ben of the Senate. wt

In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barrlckman, Mr. and Mrs. the income from a newly au. Trailer Park when It was ram. Baker, who resigned under
In the end truck
med rear by a
Hyndman of Churubusco, Ind. Charles Gambrel Dr. and Mrs. thorlzed trust, while her step. driven by Leroy N. Stancel, R.2, fire Oct. 7 as secretary to the

Harry Constance has returned Frank Jaffe, and Mr. and Mrs. father Mrs. Samossoud's sea Naples. The accident occurred at Senate Democratic majority, is ,
to his home on Washington W.B. Sowers. ond husband U to receive 65 9:11 o'clock Friday afternoon 200 to be the chief witness at Tues- I t t

Avenue after being In Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Mil er, per cent. feet east of Tenth Street Southon day's public hearing His secretary '

Ohio. of Hannibal I Mo., are new residents After the deaths of the two Fifth Avenue South. It was former beauty queen Carole *'h w-- F : i I
trust beneficiaries, the Income Tyler, takes the center of
Mrs Clem Wetzel was at at Harmony Shores and caused by a vehicle driven by an liI
Is to .be used to support a Mark the stage the next day. i .4.
her Lake( Kelly home for two unknown driver making a uturnon
plan to be here three months.
Twain Foundation to further Interest The committee released testImony !*
days this week but has returned in the author's works. the Trail at the Intersection from Fred B. ;t i
Friday ; ; Ir
head of Palmer forcing hlmsud. r1 t :
1
to Miami to be at the side GOOD NEIGHBOR Black, Jr., Washington representative .
of her husband, Clem who Is Did you hear our East Naples During the 19th Century, denly to stop, according to OUL.cer of the north American

confined at Jackson Memorial friend and neighbor, socialites made famous such Alan Hayes.Clevens of Miami was released Aviation Corp., that Injected the 7'v
watering places as Saratoga, of the late Sen. RobertS.
Hospital, Thelma Tetreault, named as on $125 cash bond Saturday name
A new church has been formed "Wonderful Neighbor on theGulf" N.Y.. French Lick Ind., Hot morning on a charge of leaving Kerr, D-OUa., Into the In.
Springs, Va., and White Sulphur
called the Full Gospel this week. We'd 'Ike to the scene of an accident and vestigatlon. '
'
A
...e' Springs, W. Va, Black testified that In March
Church In 'lie .. :Zutes
add our salute to Thelma for falling to have a motor vehicle b
1962 he borrowed to
area. This is a nondenominational she Is under control. He was arrested $175,000
a
truly good neighborto
and how slight a circumstance: Offi.cer buy 6,400 shares of stock in a :
.
church and visitors are all. early Saturday morning by .
the whole Tulsa, Okla., bank recommend.
may change courseof
Gary Young after he had
Invited. A minister is
new on
We'd like
to salute another
ed by Kerr and that he had an
events. Such a spirit, too, knocked mailbox
over a
his here and, until he arrives allegedly
way good neighbor, Reba Hall. Just oral agreement with Baker to
rests upon ItselfIt Is not with his car at 4:45 o'clockin
the church will have only don't know how she finds time sell him half of the stock.
confined partial views, or to the morning In front of the
He said that Kerr sometimes i iLL'
do all she does for others. ,
to
Beautiful Coqulna Hands Lot one particular object And If old Naples Hotel and fled : 'rTT-T.-il ,
called "the uncrowned king of
Low I960'' $5,600.: PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY
price only is at last all should be lost, it! the Senate" before his deathon
See thU superb hommlte this True hope based on energyof has /saved Itself, Its own Inte- Arkansas Negro Jan. 1, 1063, suggested that .
I character. A mind
wet G. II. LUFF* always hopes, and strong}has always grity and while worth. Hope awakens Is College Students he able make to Baker.half of the stock avail : i iM1

Keg. 1C I E. Broker cause to hope, because It knows courage, despondency Black said Kerr had told him ,
the last of all evils It Is aban- PicketPINE
; Refuse To
421 llh St. N. the mutability of human affairs. that "outside of his sons, his
donment of good the giving up BLUFF Ark. AP) -
( wife, he never knew and never
of the battle of life with dead
failed
Civil rights organizers loved a man so much as he did
CORRECTION nothingness. Me who can Implant Friday to generate a mass Bobby Baker."

courage In the human soul march on the restaurant where Black testified that he bor. M, ta't OTIx1 MBMUI
HArutItNGOI: lIJo"AND'ANOU"OtIGINAI nc.v Is the best physician. .. Negro comedian Dick Gregory rowed the $175,000 from the Fidelity ,
Von Knebel. was arrested Monday. National Bank t Trust t
The 2,000 students at alt.: e. Co. of Oklahoma City, known in

gro Arkansas AM&N College Oklahoma as "Kerr's bank," s

5-Dav Course. declined an invitation from the'antli. after the senator, from his Cap.
.' .. .1In Student
rMM- ; segregationist : itol office, Introduced him by
W M ""Nonviolent Coordinating n1 ,Mc
Com.'
'I ForemanshipStarts telephone to the bank's pres!. r
mlttee (SNCC), and the' Pine

Bluff Movement. dent.With the money, Black said,
MondayPersons Gregory and William Hansen, he bought 6,400 shares of stockIn
Phone Number Is MI 2.7245 a SNCC field secretary, were the Farmers and Merchants c tt

.. In the contracting arrested at the Truckers Inn on State Bank In Tulsa He said
trades in Collier County are UJS. 79. They were charged with Kerr told him It would be a fine
urged to take part in the five. refusing to leave at the requestof Investment and arranged for

j; day foremanship and safety the management. him to buy the stock through i,
MPLES"CEIITRE";; course offered at Naples Feb Forty other Negroes were arrested .I 1 the bank rather than on then

'ffl: ruary 2428. on the same charge 1 I open market.

WEEKLY THEATRE PROGRAM The course Is tobetaught from demonstrations at the cafe I 1 Black said that the stock

7 to 9 p.m. nightly at City Hall Wednesday night. since has gone up $6 or $7 a ..
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FHKUARY 21 THRU FEBRUARY 29r:1"I1"I.I"I by representatives) of the Florida Gregory paid his $500 bond I' share but that Baker never has
: : : t tst rzx's: ez t .rsaryli Industrial Commission. It Isfree and got out of Jail Friday. taken his share despite an THE SHELL SHOW which has attracted is a shellcraft display of a house bya

and sponsored by the Contrac. agreement that "he could pur. large crowds of molluscan enthusiaststo young exhibitor at the show. Belowis

\ SUN. tors'. Association of Collier County Don't Be A Litterbug chase half of it at any time he the Woman's Club will conclude today the experimental exhibit of the Na
_could come up with the money."
'I It \ with visiting hours from 10 a.m., ples Senior High School Science group,

MON. PRICED TO SELL until 8 p.m. The top photo shows the a project sponsored by members of

'I \e' outstanding display which covers the the Shell Club. It is an experiment in

TUES. '''': .. entire stage in the building. At center live marine life (NEWS photos)
FAVORlTt SPORT 1 1>.;. t I .
: jMAN'S ,
,
WED 'JS' Citrus Industry dent in charge of agriculture of New Sales Tax

the European Common Market,
rC S' t".i7tih't! ClrS':: \{, Gets Good News said he saw no objection to removing Law Ups Revenue

) LAKELAND AP Florida, citrus and citrus prod.
( ) TALLAHASSEE APThe
I7{ ucts from the list of items sub, (
THUR. rt Citrus Mutual heard good news i expanded state sales tax law has
Friday about Its fight on citrus i Ject to tariff reductions. been credited with boosting state
} 1 tariffs The mutual has been trying to
t revenue by 18 per cent.
FRI. i 4, Wlllem.Jan Van Slobbe, exec.persuade the U.S. government J. Ed. Straughn, state revenue
.to take citrus off the list,
"ViT"i utive assistant to the vice press commissioner, said the three
[ j r -., Florida citrus men want to In.
-- per cent tax produced $20,1 mil
;:::(>;:::1M = crease their exports to Europe.
lion more In the first seven
months of the current fiscal
r : !. F.tf rwJ Florida Given year than in the same period of
last
SAT. J I ;t Award For CourseOn Revenue year. from the tax expansions .
: I I.F
COLOR P Wt ,C4I Communism is running just about as

expected, he said.DRIVE.IN .

__ __..._....: G L.I TALLAHASSEE (APThe FIRE FIGHTING
Freedoms Foundation awarded
This beautiful home Is located at 580 16th Ave., So., in a gorgeous; setting. its George Washington honor RENO AP) Tngme units ofa

Extremely well planted and landscaped this home hat two large) bedrooms medal to Florida for its Amer. westbound Southern Pacific
icanlsm vs. Communism courseIn freight caught fire four miles nut
with a den for extra sleeping space. Two tiled baths, large living room high school. of Reno.

and separate dining room and a built-in kitchen. Sliding glass doors from This course, made mandatoryby Crew member tried to douse
the 1961 Legislature the fI.me* themheveN,but failed
living room and dining room open up on spacious screened porch which HOLLANDSALLEY brought
State School Supt. Thomas Dal.,i So they unhooked the engines
give a wonderful view of the deep water canal, tea wall and boat slip. ley a similar award last year. and drove them back to Reno.

This home at furnished. called"aland pulling to a rife .station alongside
FFIRUARY 21 14 1 FEBRUARY II 21 priced only $27,500 completely The course was up
... INC. mark in the education of chU. the tracks
;;
Z<::1o:1':1C:1f-: : "-- n!"-ii_ ;"r o"IPl i'Sanrtr.nrtrtirt.KVZtI' "
l1 dren and adults on the danger
c9RlCkIOdS of Communism, inculcating In*

PORT ROYAL LOT 850 5tK AVE.. S creased pride in the Americanway TonMPtxer

/ NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture of life," 2041 tth 81. N.
8500.00
Only
A Tallahassee radio newsman,

SUN. tQlli .CCKUMgl*rtCU) t I' Beach Club. 145' frontage Ray Starr, won his ninth Free. Maple Shopping CeaUrArc4e
tltUMI Which Includes membership in Port Royal dom Foundations award for reporting -

rlius SECOND FIATURI running back to Lantern Lake. A beautiful lot on Anchorway, news from a state capl -

tal. LiMiut Monvf rnKi K.Lingerie. .
Hugs
MON. ,
Aqualane Shores Lot100'xl40' Originally a tribal group in the lists Ball

ElRI Gifts, Accessoriesand rich: Red River delta near China, JewelryMldw.124947

1 ideally situated on deep water canal on the south side Objets d'art the Vietnamese southward gradually to the fertile migrated -

of the street -
Mekong River delta on the tip ol
not to be foundelsewhere.
,1..1.itS; .GT T'S Y..LIi.WrLL3L I r L',L'S.T Southeast Ana'
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21st Court in Aqualane Shores 95'x173' -
IT'S MORE FUN burton
THAN MARRIAGE.//// Seawall and Boat Slip, Only $8,500 terms e e helen


a sb AMID Visit the furnished Prettier, then avarlTha i-

FRI.,, Shirley Jan.t 6i' ..... ICweri Give Any of our Sale' reople a Call to s.. sinew Model Apartment at new 'Margaret Smith' '
Blautat ,. f
matching Bagt
fine Homes Yankee Landing by
will land like' :
run WCOMD MATVM 0 spring 0
SAT. o Holland Salley, Inc. air ta ,our ,hate and .U, h -
fl. ;n" llIJtIa, te.Ul .
!RAM iNE'Gt Jfl..DIRWI! Co JONES REALTOR I t'
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PANAMA (AP) Panama's

leading with President publishers Roberto will Chlarl meet "The Best Of Meats For Miles Around"We

on Monday to discuss a truce in
the virulent antl.Amerlca cam. Sell Fresh Fryers Only I (NEVER FROZEN)
palpi In most of the naUon'spress.

Some. Panamanians hoped an Ii.
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Improved climate of opinion .. b

Canal would make Zone a dispute settlement with In the the Fresh Grade A GeorgiaFRYERS

United States a little easier.

papers.Chlarl's family owns two news.


ACCRA, Ghana (AP>-Ghana
officially became a one.party
state today in President Kwame
Nkrumah's campaign to cleanse
national Institutions of "antl. ,.
Socialist elements."
A bill making Nkrumah's Con.
ventlon People's party the only
legal political group In the West Whole 2 C
African nation was approved by
Parliament Friday and went Lb.
into effect at midnight. ,
Endorsed overwhelmingly at
a national referendum last .
month, the legislation enables w
Nkrumah to fire Supreme Court
Judges for any "sufficient" rea. FASHIONS by Zita, Inc., will be fee attend Monday's luncheon, Mrs. J. G. Fresh Fryer Parts-
son. It also makes the flag of tured tomorrow at noon at a Beach Seaberg, president of the Woman'sClub
,the ruling party the nation's of.
tidal banner. Club Hotel luncheon scheduled in behalf is at the telephone starting the

of The Friends of the Library campaign, observed by Frank Kerrigan,
OTTAWA (AP}-Prime Minis campaign to raise funds to build a campaign director for the Friends of NESCAFE
ter Lester B. Pearson's minor LEGS lb. 49c BREAST lb. 69c
ity Liberal party governmenthas new library. The Naples Woman's Club the Library (I), and AI Cross, general

easily defeated an opposl. has Included the library campaign manager of the Beach Club Hotel. INSTANTCOFFEE
tlon plan for delaying a federal BACKS lb. 10c WINGS lb. 23c
provincial medical care Insur. among its many projects for the year Luncheon tickets are $3 with $1 goingto .

ance program. and will sponsor a telephone campaignto the library fund. (McGrath photo)

The Liberals survived the members and others to
first no-confidence vote of the, encourage NECKS lb. 7c GIZZARDS lb. 29c

1964 parliamentary session Fri.

day by 134.87. Seventy.one Con. CHERAW, S.C. (AP) An MIAMI (AP-The UJS. gov. Nab Heroin l
servatlves supported the New eleven.member family burnedto ernment has ordered an Invest ; a LIVERS lb. 79c THIGHS lb. 59c
Democratic party motion de. death early today In a fire Cation Into charges that Cuban __
mending a "governmenUoper. that destroyed a rented frame flags were stolen from vessels
ated medicare program for all home In a rural area eight detained at Key West, Havana Smash : '.I' "
Canadians." miles couth of here on U.S. 52. Radio said today. Big We GiveSunshine .r .... .
The victims were Moses The radio, In a broadcast -.y"..
MANILA (AP) Twenty.James and his wife, Mary Agnes heard In Miami, said Swiss Am. lMt: bo* Hem ,
eight persons died In the crash both 36, and their nine bassador Emil Tadhoffer had Slumps .
of a Philippine airlines DC3 on children, aged one to 15. All Informed Cuban Foreign Minister Drug RingNEW
< Mindanao Friday, the airline were Negroes. Raul Roa of the U.S. move.
announced tonight. One man Four of the Cuban ship cap. YORK (AP) Federal
survived. CATANIA, Sicily (AP) twins were fined $500 each and agents said Friday night they
An Investigation and rescue Mount Etna's latest eruption released with their ships and have arrested the Mexican am.
team returned to Manila from stopped Friday night after more crews Thursday after their conviction bassador to Bolivia and two
the crash site and reported the than a million cubic yards of In criminal court of fish two other men with 61 kilos of -GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
twln-englne plane struck a lava had poured from the 10,. ing In Florida waters without a pure heroin, smashing an inter
group of trees, then dived 705'foot crater in 21 days. license. national narcotics ring.
across a valley into a hill and The eruption opened several Announcement of the arrests
burst Into flames. The an. small craters Just below the EAST ST. LOUIS, Dl. (AP)-, was made jointly In Washingtonby
nouncement gave no indication main crater's rim. The stream East St. Louis gang boss, Frank Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken. 54
of the cause of the crash. of lava traveled almost three "Buster" Wortman, was shot nedy and in New York by Head Cabbage GREEN ib.
miles downhill stopping In a and seriously wounded today. George N. Belk, head of the
valley 5,500 feet high. Spokesmen for St. Mary's New York office of the Federal
MIAMI, Fla. (AP-At a heat.
Hospital In East St. Louis said Narcotics Bureau.
ed public hearing on expansion Wortman, once connected with A complaint filed in the U.S.
of a Florida Power Light Co. HONG KONG (AP-The new deceased Chicago mobster Al District Court for southern New Potat.oesAY394
,
plant, county- manager Irving French charge d'affaires to Pe. Capone, was shot once in the York charged the Ibree with Cobbler
"" leaned to his feet to
McNaY! king, Claude Chayet, entered lower left abdomen. conspiracy to illegally transportand
deny a charge that he was a
Red China today from this Brit. Two unidentified men brought receive narcotics worth at'
power company stooge. Ish crown colony.He million.A .
Wortman to the hospital in a least S13.S
When he sat down he appar. Is going by train to Can. private vehicle, put him In a federal agent said part of
ently was confused. He sat In ton and from there by plane to wheel chair and left. the narcotics was found in a 194
the lap of McGregor Smith, Peking, where he will arrive East St. Louis police and de. locker in Pennsylvania Station. Winesap Apples lb.
FPL board chairman.
Sunday to take up his post. tectives are investigating The announcement, etc., third
graf 72, Washington date.




I Reds Nix Jazz In Cultural SwapMOSCOW Immokalee StrawberriesFARM FARM FRESH "ROBERT RIVERS"

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(AP) The Soviet Chicago but the agreement Is subject.. Barghoorn was on a But the likes of Duke Elling.
Union and the United States
re. not settled on that. private visit, not connected with ton, who has been waiting in
newed their cultural agreement The Soviet Union will send to the cultural exchange program. the wings with his bind for
Saturday. It sends Soviet clis.
the United States the Leningrad He was gathering material for many a season, will continue to
sical ballet again to Americabut Ballet Company, the Moscow a book on the Soviet Union.' wait. Benny Goodman made It
not one jazz note to the
Philharmonic Orchestra, a va. The agreement, Just as In to the Soviet Union In the prevl.
U.S.S.R. rlety dance group, and a pro. years past-it ha* been going ous exchanges. Pound
The agreement, covering two duction from the Moscow Art since 1958-provides for ex. Pickled Beets 22c
years, included many things be. Theatre. J.r
sides entertainment, however. changes of groups of doctor, Between 1171 and 1914, the
The Moiseyev Folk Dance SNOW'S
Medical, scientific, Industrialand scientists, editors, students, actors K I m b e r 1 11 y Mine yielded
Company, which has already
scholastic exchanges In made several popular tours in and teachers. 14,5<7'4,375 carets of diamonds. Clam Chowder 2 Or 49C
1964.65 are called for.
America, may go again, but
Each side pledged to increasethe that is not finally agreed upon. Sunday, February 23. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3I HAWAIIAN
number of exchanges In the
Negotiations on the agree
performing arts-theater, bal. ment have been going on since Punch 34:89c: I
let, orchestras-but the in. Jan. 7 after having been post.
creases were not great. poned all winter because of the HUNT'S
From the United States in arrest and expulsion last fall of THE I f BANK Of NAPLES <
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(1964.65 Ohio) College will come Choir the, Oberlin Holiday hoorn Yale Prof. Frederick Barg. Tomato Paste 4 Cans 49c

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Americans planned at one
land Orchestra.A time to raise the question of se. Kidney Beans 2 'n 37c
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1964 r T-v.a.d, lilt' end of 1963 Rep ternational Organization -At-:-

t A Mien II l H. droll+h of Induinnitsolution fairs ws Intimated when he
aa a speaker before
atklngye appeared
1 utruduc, II '

In Case You Haven't Noticed We Got Troubles! I Committi't'IlllllUldl'that ho 1I.lu' ,n,.ike Foiflun M study Allah and the The last job It AFL-CIO perhaps abroad.that convention of creating .
dissension
,, U S. State
IIn estlMdtwn, f the .

As illustrated by the cartoon at right, erosity of the United States would ba 0"11111'1111,1, ,,klll IK*. fJ"Ith" 't'icspt'ct
the United States Is having trouble, with appreciated by those who have so gladly perurulrt' prar4cra. 11I nj- he applauded the workof
the labor leaders who servedon
friend end foe alike, in all parts of the accepted it. But countries, like humans, ( Mill" the !Marshall Plan that was
d lit Illi* i I--Wimlm '
world. But if one takes a moment to are capable of both envy and greed. 'u-tt b) set up to help put war torn
Us feet. But he
consider the basic: cause this is not They are greedy for the free money, but IhtNalitinal I praised Europe the on "men drawn from
."'d.-, ilttin nfItitK'iHMidcnt
an unusual thing. It happens no matter envious of the "rich" country that provides I the ranks of organized labor"

which major political party is In power- it. After a while, just as Is true 111'H'I i 11 of Hre/tin. I I for Plan helping vehicle make for social the Marshall change

but it provides marvelous ammunitionfor with human the countries *
beings, on lutioii. null I
the party that happens to be "but" the receiving end of our largesse seem ,!: i' 11l'lId."t IHIIIIIOIIMII VKlIl4.r \.. Inch He also first said appointed"The labor to the at-

at( the moment. to develop an inferiority complex and be- It,, tt l'1.1', II' embassies only 20 years ago

You can't.win friends end influence come highly resentful of their dependence ; nf; tin C-W-M-: I' run use the to bond establish nf union ciYrcthcitl.itiomi membership
,
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people with money. There's a great deal on us. prnlrs., see with lit'h'ad'I'1I .
truth than in that old adage. 111 I rri Ir It IK perhaps well l.. bur 'hi' I \\II.. arc commit Into politic
poetry
more .
So, today Uncle Sam is getting nothing mind that the I'.S. Slate !>.' power lit nom' parts of the
The United States is finding out that but trouble from every corner of the S partmrnt hat betonie a wontrous \\culd Many a foieijsn door h.is
well human growth on the bank <>l been opened in recent yearn b>
this to nations as as
applies' globe. It may indeed be better to give the Potomac, far t'\I't't'dlnJr'' a union card in the hand of anAmencfln

beings. than to receive but giving, end giving, anything that was even tiade unionist"
.
Since the end of World War 1tre\ .. dreamed fur the department 33 S.
and giving evidently has not helped us 30 ago. This Is a remarkable atate-
or years I
United States, under both Democrat and win many good friends or influence too : see meat for a presumably responsible
Republican presidents, has spent billionsof TJ/ji '-- For example there l I. tin aisistant member of the United
many people. secretary for International Mate Department of State to
dollars In "foreign aid, a categorythat words,
other accordIng
Or tanl7nlion. The preoent make. In -
President Johnson said the other
day
out thin statement the
includes just about anything under Incumbent after ho cot to
that the United States is "beloved" in ..f school was nn I Information! "union bug" has more Influence
t the sun such as food, roads, military countries. It is regrettable that he .-. .. writer for tlie "'111'11\ Security. overseas than the Great
supplies, airplanes, yachts, books, Cadil many .. Admlnl lrlltl..n. Thou ho was Seal of the I'nited Slate*. Or,
bribe didn't name a few of them. -'- : .. .. ln\ol\i-d In the iiboillxo China It Is far more e".tIfor( anmerlcan
lacs, plows, musical shows, money, program when that nation \\.if ,\ rcprenentatlte in-
etc. Americans might just as well get :- lost to communism Ktcad nf saving "The Presidentof
aid was started with the accustomed to the fact that as long as -- the United Mates has sent

best Foreign of intentions. Many countries devastated the United States is the richest and most -. -' : .' ', .. ":.., .. ,A- (. ..!.. he With yo'u this In the background Mate Drpartmonli In I'lfiJ! : me"Iliiffa lo Rent say me.Instead" "Jimmie
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powerful nation in the world : : Asuistanl Secretary for International .5.
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desperately In ned we are 1f'CJKi"f
by war were .
I Organizationf- U thin sort nf thing behevnblc
of help to feed their people, rebuild a sitting target for the poor and less : ..' .'," ,., ,', fairs There U quite a bit of '' DOCK thin ii-piesent St.ite
homes and factories to provide shelter powerful nations.A '' ''':'. confusion aa to preiUely what Uipnttnu'ittieupoint in InfluenciMK .
this branch of the Male Hrparlmenl foreign nation4If
end jobs. poor, hard-working man can have U suppotied to do. .
In The New
The taxpayers of the U.S.Vere. ) ,glad a veritable host of good and true friends.But I TodaylnWashington ee If this be true, aa long as
Perhaps the most lucid explanation there I* a Mate Departmentthe
to help the unfortunate people In these the day .he makes the mistake of i a B ss BS B B s AP Newsreofi/res I nf the duties of the American people don't need

countries and paid the cost without complaint getting rich ,<- that's the day many of By SYO KRONISH By Th. "office, ...........__of_.. "...the no.,.........Secretary..... ..J. '...d.L_........._on for' ."........h In._..-, any more enemies
his former friends get the "green-eyed The John F. Kennedy memorial stamp will be issuedon ASSOCIATEDPRESS

But foreign aid has become an established envyitis" and become enemies.It May 29 the 47th anniversary of his birthday, ,,:... ', : .:;:<-j':, :; )('V':<:' '

habit. The countries that at first works the same way with nations. announced Postmaster General John A. Gronouski The OSWALOt The Warren Com. '

but Which well be why In case date of issuance was chosen by Mrs. Jacqueline CHA AMA ACER
needed help have now recovered may very mission Investigating John F. ammmmLI) : HALIBUT CAeAAHIMA7E

they want the torrent of money to con- you haven't noticed, we got troubles! Kennedy. Kennedy's assassination may IRON
Shortly after President Kenne t complete today Its questioningof
tinue. No country seems willing to haveit And burying our .heads in the sand dy's death President Johnson I Robert Edward Lee Oswald. ACROSS ROM P A D tN.

stop. like an ostrich won't help. We wish we tequested the postmaster general, Oswald, 29, described as a 1. Piece of 24. Thing: law.. S T RUM. F' t abutter s

One would think that the great gen knew what would. to blue such a stamp and con I very cooperative witness, spent 25. Relatives I't E. B. RUM E U T c
suit with Mr a. Kennedy aa to the I his second day before the com 4. Compute 26. Bebr letter E: V A. A. I IN. LEG

tr: ""0'1' ,' date and the design. mission Friday Identifying let. 7. Egypt 27 Continent: YJ A Y. IN E E D 5...

tz:: ::..i." ." d' < < < The new stamp will be of 5- 'I ters he had exchanged with his sacred bull abbe 5 0 I L. T A I L
cent denomination and of commemorative younger brother, Lee Harvey
i 11. Improve- 29.I'robo.d. J INN. M A J E: 5 T Y
size. As soon aa Oswald, who was accused of
meat monLey A V E R. ADo P T E R
Mrs. Kennedy the design slaying Kennedy.
approves
Gilcrease Institute of Americai 1 14. 31. Rrpudl.uci MET E. D A 8 A N E
it will be released to thepre.a. SHRIVERj Peace Corps Di. Shrewd :
History and Art, Tulsa, Okla. rector Sargent Shriver says hey U. 33. 100 .q.

. . . . .. .e. Collectors desiring First-da;][ has found in every corner of the 16. Trickle meten SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
OPINION This year's 5-cent eommemo- cancellations of the Russel I 1 world "a growing sense of relief 17. Mischief 34. Nourished 4J. Formicacid 6. The stage
rative atamp In the "fine art"; stamp may tend addressed enve' and gratitude that the basic be. maker Sp. riven producer 7. Slam, coin
Lies, Lies, and. aeries will feature a Charles M.t lopes, togeinw with remittanceto I llefs of John F. Kennedy still 18. Pendent 3635. Individual 8. Utah
cover the coat of the stamps I 19. lizard 311. Attractive DOWN
the United
Russell of cowboys guide States.
painting ink
If a man stands with hla right foot on Indians
tobe affixed to the Postmaster,, 1. '
action at roundup time. It will be; Shriver, brother.ln.law of the genus woman .umpflsh
e' _... "...., a bot stove and tola left foot In a freezer, Issued March 19 at Great Falls :Great Falls, Mont., prior to, slain president, said the, quail. 21. Secondary 39. Offensive 2. Hevoiid the 9. Whltl
l41 Sol th :t tome statisticians would assert that, on 'JMarcn 19. The'outside envelop I''ties that 22.ObsiIete actiOn' .. 10. Ret- .
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.. Mont., home of the celebrated have made' tte''pacetdips' pale
I' the average, becomtortable.. o""the..rPb.tr1l.( Lt""sh<1Uld"bt Vuccess'are''' L JI'th 'I ", ..dfjS #J
artist and will coincide with the : a thS same railway'. 1. 1 'tIH'I d.1oJ3: I urpusfvc
Highway sign in North Haven. Conn. -THE SOMERSET (MASS) SPECTATOR clbarly marked "First Day 12. Genus of
100th anniversary of Russell'sbirth. ones which caused Kennedy to 23. Animal SerpenUs 4. Melody
"Driver who has one for the road baa herbiU.
Covers Russell Stump. Mex.
I chaser." '* iftt The stamp Colors are[ be mourned from mud huts In park 42. Heir L I'erforlll
state trooper aa brown, blue, yellow and white.' Peru to villages In Turkey. Serpent
II -Till CUT BANE (MONT..) PRESS Temptation The Illustration on the stamp Finland has Issued a new 35- Shrlver made his remarks In II t J 1'l"/14 IS s V/.t: 7 d f m 17. tap'

1 if The average number of times a man is entitled "Jerked Down." The! markka stamp honoring the cen a National Press Club address V/ r//; admiral
"no" to temptation Is once weakly. term applies to a hazard of the tenary of the Finnish Society of Friday. II IZ IJ 20. Fleece
says -THB MANTECA: (CALIF.) BULLETIN cowboy roundup. A cowboy has''' Arts The design shows the SUCCESSION A Senate 21. Young
thrown his lariat over a cow, but: sculptured head of an elk madeof I group begins hearings Monday If. ij'IS/ l hare
a second cow has become entangled soapstone approximately 2000 I to consider possible constitu. 24 Region:
tlonal changes to deal with r I'l"11 :;..r::: II
in the rope, nu.in.lie H.C Another 35-maikka stamp I r//; :/h India
others' .s'a rider to be "jerked down." Aa soon will be issued by Finland problems of presidential suc I, II if1/ 25. Wine
YIITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS the cowboy struggles to retain to commemorate the 100th anniversary -, cession. /; 26. Theodore
his aeat in the saddle, a fellow of the birth of Emil I The opening witnesses are 1'a 3 14 27. Trailing
cowboy rldea to his aid This oil Nestor Set sis, professor and I scheduled to be officers of the J branch
painting now hangs the Thomas statesman.Be American Bar Association .rn 77 IZS 17 za
Sober ReflectionMaybe President Walter Craig and ://V/-: 28. Comply
President-elect Lewis Powell. l' JO if.JI U ance
GEMS OF THOUGHT Former Vice President Rich. ://; 29. Cr. letter

you've been so preoccupied with 000 Americans are playing guitars-and ard M. Nixon Is to testify on J4 /-; J1' 30. Spinning

I the grim news from trouble spots around that most of them are amateurs. (That March 5.CHAMBER. / 31. Schisms
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Jd 32.
BUDGET The Eyelashes3f
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be why it sounds like 10000000.) No docs her house faithful home relations
i the world that you've overlooked such fascinating may woman over Chamber of Commerce 34.
Enemy
e Americans spent more than $550 million work with real joy unless she ; they lead to higher Joys: Edwin presi.dent .G
I items as: for dog and cat food in 1963-two anda is In love-and woman may obey the Golden Rule for hu P. Neilan, says that 37. Mineral.
I New York City has passed a law making for co: on being quietly In love for man life, and It will spare you President Johnson's budget es. 41 42 0
half much 3.P
times
spent
as as was tlmates
I fifty years almost ithcut knowing much bitterness. are misleading and that r Prohibit
it illegal to smoke in a hotel bed. (It's
baby food. (Any comment) U. $6.9 billion In requested new AI ", ..,,..,,,,., 40. Synthetic
still legal to burn yourself up in your own -Mary Baker Eddy 'or' 'lime 30 min.
r For the person who just has to brush -D. II. Lawrence spending authority can be ellm. language
bed at home.) after every meal, a thoughtful inventorhas mated
e .At least major airline is "'- - -- - ---- -- --
one now permitting come up with a dental tablet that you -

passengers, including the ladies, pop in your mouth wherever you are, PET -qli
to smoke pipes and cigars in the planes crush with your teeth, and then bru-h. DOCTOR .

(And I. Angeducatortsays of the naughty) childis your(Of course toothbrush., you) have to run home for A. W, Mollor, D.V.M. d-l t"r ca L"Iy COLLIER KURT CRIESSHARPP' COUNTY rrar& SOUTH WESTFLORIDABv .

the creative child. (Makes being good Just wanted you to know. Now you can

sound pretty stupid doesn't its) go: back to worrying about things in Panama -- - - -- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -

r A survey shows that at least 5,000 the Congo, etc., etc., etc

St. AugutHn RtcordTeen's



. View of the ConstitutionWhat '" -H'lv .ti _


Senator Vance Hartke of In. umphed it has become more treasured.But .
diana called "a rather remarkable short too often the Constitution of the -,
e My on) the U. S. Constitution" was a United States ii considered Just a rode i - ',1':..".' .,
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Freedoms Foundation prize winner for of laws remote and impersonal, V 1 "g 4// .. .# '. ". J. .
a 18-year-old Booster youth, Rick Can In the Archives in Washington. And '' ..; .. : : :':: : \
non of Ilwood.: We'd like to pass ii onto ) the phrases we hear "Guarantee of) r' .. "' .
readers not only because it tends to freedom bulwark of strength hope of r t ."., ; -
reassure any of us older citizens who the Nation" these are Impersonal too. ,
sre concerned about the quality of Actually the Constitution is simple ee 'M .IL--

American youth but became it con- and direct and personal. Yes our Constitution e ..
tuna thoughts which should be upper It a credo of freedom. for every -
moet In the mind of every American. American from all time and for all Q. In one ol' your previous "" MOUND KEY 1500
Here is the esxay: time-fieedom that can be best com articles slated that U
moil
Do you have a family heirloom In pared to the sine bl tithe. Only when yew
Dachshunds svHer from
your house* One that you have trcai- we are deprived of it do we realize that mange \"
ured thiough the years pel hips an old it Is the essence of life. sometime In their life I believe ,

uniform your grandfather wore at Get.tyeburg In a day this freedom. may be lout I know as much about Dachihwnds MOUNDSosanyperseneonleorelnelif. \:.\ ,
or maybe a tarnished helmet for centuries. Or without our noticing i AND SHELLS .
from World War 1. or U it a faded Bible it may. be slowly nibbled away. Neither time af study' and I feel thaiyou're \ \' /
with a record of) family milestones, its Conires, nor the Supreme Court, nor of -' -
yellowed pages worn at the edges the President of the United States can guilty having per. Who has visited the West Coast build up these monuments
formed a great disservice to of Florida and not noticed the Mounds have classified
been
through years of use preserve: our national heritage for us.
You know that as an American citi-! This la the precious right and privilegeand Dochihwnds. Mrs B. Olney, Fo.. abundant shell heaps and silent in two categories ceremonial and
ten you share a prlcelen heirloom with duty of every American berg Moil. mounds. What history they could burial Apparently the) ceremon.:
))90 million other Amet leans-our Con- I am a teenager who has never knownthe tell If they could speak Little Ul mounds were flat on top and
A. Dachshunds conrd.ed
of United States of ors by do some of us know, that these were where
stitutlon the horrors of war or depieuion. I am S speaker's platforms
many people to b* the me*' ln,.lllg,nlol shells were all Indian
America. soft. I live in a prosperous; : nation In a put there by the dignitaries preformed
Is this does and certainly ore one ol the J ancient Indians the first Collier rites
.Just.what Constitution of the comfortable home. And I am not un- ,
United States? It U the great ImperUh- usual. There all million of >oung adults hn..t does >o *vn. At rgordilo health / County Inhabitants of thousands The; burial mounds are various
able credo that built the strong united Uke me. records, III., or* t be".. man matt of years ago The mounds mostly shapes and supply most of the
proud America we live In today, It had One of the most critical problems (ac> breeds, but' ltir or* many scram olDochihwndi I I consist of oysters, conchs, relics that fill the) museums.
its beginning In many lands in the (nil( America today could well he "How thai Sov. skin ducoi, olmough clams: scallops and other shells Unfortunately, most of these
hearts of your ancestors and mine when can our tevnuycn pre ('1'\e the Con. torn scram do not. I hop. *ot / which were the Indian diet shell mounds end up aa pavingth.uronwdwhchywanmsaoled
they dreamed of leaving their: children stitullon?" We must learn to study to One tremendous mound on Tick material for roads, before the
a secure future, And they willingly gave evaluate, to think beyond oui>ehes.This II a dean ..,oIn, K 10, you may not b. Island In Lake George covered relics can be aa.haced.. nere arebndar
of themselves to insure it. in the first step.I with the probUmi. mot or. .no 13 square acres and was all untouched mounds still within
Nothing can triumph unlcia It hill grew up hearing ov ci and ov er how cornered lo torn port* of the united) composed of snail shells! the Naples city limits and per.

met a challenge successfully, or righteda the Conitltution was hul1t1C'd-hnw Stoli I will. odd, he.*".", met mlh. y -- The two largest mounds on our haps 40 within our Collier County
violation. Our Constitution has met great It Is-how Irons it lt--l>ul 1 hadn.ier von maio/ity el Dochthwndl offo.dwrit west Coast of Florida are on area.

challenges and rightedloUiIons notonce thought nf it a.* being alive and mong, .he. tondtnon 'II III.ld.1Id 'r S COZY ,, Shooting Snook Marco Island and Mound Key. It.. hoped that these caa M
or twice. but hundreds nftimes. belonging to me peisonally Ain I dt' holy 5 it is estimated
caddy responds to treatment; / that It took about preserved. early monuments:
And each time U has trl- now. Drovtrt Journal (CAuopft) cowling ZOOO
year! of to
i.HI' M lit rrubl to..tiers.. accumulation: to our historical past.Qt .


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Thant Reports Changes Type Of

tlon Is a mystery. But toe .
I Some ProgressIn switch came after Chou met for i FROM LITTLE
hours with Z. A. Bhutto, Pakis
For Chou En-Lai tan's foreign minister Dhutto, f JL SPARKS.
Cyprus Row 36, returned home from United

UNITED I N D I, Pakls. inma: he says over and ovor, Nations debate to meet the Chi 1\, GIANT FOREST
NATIONS
N.Y. leader and his traveling
Pakistan's "lndo.pendt'nt nese
fully supports
r ( Chou EnJ l
(AP) Secretary.General U ( Communist Chi. path" and "independent companion, Foreign Minister @*FIRES GROW! '
Thant
sought today to resolve Chen.v I,
When he's development.
differences
over the makeupand to potential cus This Is obviously aimed at
financing of his proposed Pakistanis who resent American :
he doesn't court
U.N. peace fore: for troubled bark slapping, Influence In their countr}"'* affair Merle Norman .
Cyprus. or Indiscriminate that has accompanied U.S.'
Thant continued his private aid totaling more than $4 billion\ STUDIO
<:onversatlons over the weekendin COSMETICS
touring Pakistan, Pakistanis applauded polltel
an effort to win acceptanceof in Karachi the nation's largest
would like to ,
a U.N. Cyprus formula for e. city, where President Moham. OPENING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
presentation to the Security In public, med A 'ub Khan's government
Council next week 1 at ease tie ape seemed to !keep the welcome In I tome In .'or'our
Diplomatic sources said Thant to be wearing the a low key intentionally. I I
had won general agreement on tunic, buttoned But when the governmentmade Free Hour of Beauty!
the need for international po ; It with sound
neck. plain -
lice force to keep apart theIsland's -uIuI; band opens up trucks-that an all-out welcome GENEVA POE
warring Greek and was In order thousands of die
bugles, the hon. ,
Turkish communities and the ; : to attention and Irene In Rawalpindi, the capital, 487 5th Ave. So It Wills Hair fashions
appointment of a U.N. mediatorto behind a mULe went wild over Chou. ,
seek a permanent solution. :.\ He was draped with garlands
But obstacles remain. appears fiall. and cheered wildly His car was
Some nations willing to con. l.' + slightly at he pelted with flowers. Some Pakistanis W. Invite You To Come Visit
tribute troops are reluctant to stretched red tar
even
ranks, his right
bear the cost. Thant would like I ; a half salute pOll In front of the car
them to accept the expense with "\. )' relieved The spectators, many of Newest. l\108t Modern
Naples .
the United States and Britain 5 guard ordeal Is whom were brought to town in
providing transportation and Some onlookers army) trucks, saw little of Chou,
other services.In In realizing that however. The Chinese premier HAIR F ASIIIONr
Los Angeles Friday, President with streaks of settled back In the dark Interiorof
Johnson said the United stiff black hair Is his huge car and had only
States "will do all we can to occasional wave for those
world's an A SALON
find a solution to the Cypriot leaders. But standing under the hot sun.
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problem" 4 a microphone, Why the Pakistan government I WfEK'S SPECIAL"1t -"
Thant also must win accept.. away. changed signals on the recep \J
ance of a mediator and com. ,
mander of the peace force and --- .: OTHIS $$1 11.SO Z
agreement on the wording of a LOOKING OVER the financial reportat Unkefer, FOR SALE ., ..

.. Security Council resolution on the Naples Civic Association during Everhard : 4. ".pl. I 11i1

the Cyprus secretary.general problem.The revisedhis annual meeting Thursday noon at the president ( ) FURNISHED two bedroom, two bath 5.,.. '1'...

"AN W.k Wilt .. ands ..h, .1 Ma. Wlttt tow
Sp.mu.n tghr'and
after Naples Beach Club are Frederick D.
original proposals con. South West of .
located 10th
on Ave. Alt 1N..k 0....." ....
f err ing with Cypriot, British, '
Greek and Turkish represents Street. This Is an Ideal location, near Be sure to register for free Prizes
tlves. The details were not dls. Fail To Meet of
closed. Many States Beach, Catholic Church, and the Beach I ITry Mr. \\'ilk New I "Magic lIoir nrulih StE']
Thant also asked for a delayof I

tU council Tuesday.debate It was on his Cyprus second un. I Tests Laid Down By Court Area WILLS HAIR FASHIONS

request for a postponement to BOWLING Midway 2.3166 .., r""lth, A.... 5.. !'heM MI '..7411X
give him time to complete be.

hlnd-the-scenes negotiations WASHINGTON (AP) Legis. started to work on revamping ..
At Thant's request untU the coun. lative oddities pop up in many its congressional district lines \ ,\\\,\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\-\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\ \-- SSSfo
cil postponed Monday a state laws governing the election before Monday's Supreme Court
session scheduled for Friday. of members of the House ruling. A final plan Is expectrd
Thant held a long meeting of Representatives.They to pass Friday night.
Friday night with Cypriot For. show the extent to which Under Georgia's apportion
eign Minister Spyros Kyprlanou. many states do not conform to ment, which brought on Mon.
Informants said the conferencewas Monday's Supreme Court ruling day's ruling, one district has a "u'LL il1d 9t 911
"fairly encouraging."Kyprl that each member of the House population of only 272,000 while
k t 1 anou told newsmen, "We've should represent as nearly as another bulges with 824,000.In .
had a detailed exchange of possible the same number of Maryland, Cov. J. Mlllard
views on the whole issue." constituents.An Tawes accepted a suggestion by
Thant was said to have proposed Associated Press survey his legislative leaders to let a
a force of 10,000 men shows that only two states- joint legislative committee try ]
drawn mainly from British Com Maryland and Georgia-have to come up with an equitable 'LheC1'Z"oril1f
monwealth and nonaligned na* moved to get In line with the redistricting plan. /
tlons. It would remain for three high court's landmark ruling The Democratic governor said
months while the U.N. media Although there were Indic.he would call the General As.
tion effort begins. tlons that many federal court sembly Into special session if
The Cypriot president, Arch. suits would be filed to force i the proposed congressional districts
bishop Makarios, indicated in compliance with the "one man, seem in accord with the
Nicosia that he would accept no one vote" ruling, officials In high court's ruling. to
more than 7,000 foreign troopson many states apparently were Three of Maryland's districts WISELY"r
;: the Mediterranean island. hoping to stall off action at least have populations of less than
No new violence was reportedon until next year. 300,000, three others have more or
I Ir Cyprus as the uneasy truce In Georgia and Maryland, it than 600,000. } '
coiitinaed,under British.enfold.: was a different story. In line :with 'the court's f cl. ed
tt. ment. The Georgia Legislature had slon, the Ideal constituency .

Modern geologists believe the
earth consists of separate con-
centric layers-the outer skin, or
crust averaging 20 miles In THIS IS THE WEEK
thickness; the mantle, an 1,800-
mile-thick mass of dense rock;
and finally, the mysterious core.
ll.. Brings February 29, Leap Year's Additional Day .

set.... esled In A Home, Homesite Or Any Other Type Of

DUCK VAUDEVILLE Use This Extra Day To Advantage By Checking With

YOU'LL ATES REGARDING Their Comprehensive Listings Of
LOVE IT
.j; Of Course, It Doesn't Have To Be February 29; At

Staff Of Realty Experts Is Delighted To Be Of Service.

THFHE'S 'l.1'-ITY: OK ER\THING: in the 2,400 square
Bring r" wrs
on South Dread Court in Ridge Lake, hich will be mild s..o
Year hi fi and other personal belonging Two spacious bedroom, U

Fr lends den with built-in bar two bath, king site living room
all-electric kitchen large patio containing 18 by 36 foot ."'
ToalCaribbean carport these are only some of the attraction of this
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which has been reduced to $12,500 F f fto
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JUST ON THE MARKET I IS a lovely three bedroom ...... .., .. '; rcj. ..:f.. ''to r'",,. 1 liD.'T.;;4.'
darln Drive in Coquina Sand Under its hospitable
GardensNAPLES living room, dining room, Florida room electric
baths and< gaiage. Wiring for air conditioner has .
living room, and there are a well and pump for /
House wa especially built for owner who has been Moorings Country Club offers a com delicious breakfatts, luncheons and dinners
: another area and his Iou I Is your gam. A bargain ()
host from
pro shop operated by profession 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Modest green fees

Ff McDevitt. and a restaurant serving and electric cart fees. Guests are welcome.
STRIKING: ; MOORINGS) : ; HOME gracing a large, beautifully! .
line Drive limit\ of brick and clapbcard. the house offer t" ,
rj bath, paneled den and electric kitchen containing love with)
washer and disposal and hand made kitchen cabinet

Florida room and porch exceptional closet and storage pace, Discover the many charms of The Moorings by taking a drive through
Vivian central air conditioner and waider dryer Priced at $33,250.IN :
OJ9He
By thoughtfully planned communitv attractive homes on spacious

read the other day NAPLES SINCE 1947 AD MILLER KNOWS inland waterways only minutes from the Gulf via the jetties
that the U. S. I la worth
clout to 14 trillion. That' SPACIOUS TllltEE liEDKOOM two balh residence en Pass, a lovely 500 ft. beach owned by the property owners,

the value placed on the Sand Of frame contraction, it also hold. a large living
surrounded choice
a gorgeous golf course by homesites.The .
total\ assets of all .co. accoutred kitchen screened porch with huill-in barbecue pit

comic unit in the U.S.- cupying a generous sized Ict thin home ran be bought for Moorings is in the city limits of Naples and offers all city con
business. household and mortgage of U t.OOO.
government. If you cin't including sanitary sewers throughout. Eor; full information

comprehend a figure such FOR A SMALL CASH OUTLAY you can have a .
a. this, with more "oVin room CBS residence, with living; loom diningloom
it than a box of Cheer. kitchen with stove riiihwather, and gaibaue. MOORINGS OFFICE 560 MOORING LINE DRIVE MI 2-5102
Ion, look at it this ways aluminum screened porch. City water and sewer. *
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It'. S4 000 billion. this home on Eleventh Court. North carries a ninriit "1'rill

The Mine day we stumbled ."
across another fern MODERN HOME on Hsth Street, North, containing thrrr /)
for you cookie Jar savers' The vital statistics also lint a commodious biting room ; .
.your share Gr the national kitchen and porch. $13,900 and carrying a mortgage of $ ,
debt under the bud. be purchased for a reasonable eah outlay "4
get recently proposed by ;
President Johnson figure

out t. $1627. -
Still on the subject of Ad41ei /l44

money r- If you wlh t.

dispose of property .t the rLi.
right price, we can give 1 r YWAILEO Rxe
you an assist at VIVIAN ieealtM4
(>G(., REALTOR W. .till
or 650 Mooring LIne Drive Phone MI 2-5102
hate a choire selectk 605 5th Ave. South -
season rental for those
to the I
who are accustomed
finer thing i ie lir,'. Come "NAPLES SELLS ITSELF

i I. and talk it .u with I

II, Wl\\ OT.fi, HE.\LTOR. MILLER HELP YOU BUY '
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"Ise." PMoer 1.
An. wvwuvI
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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February M. 196Vetx2 < June HaschkaTo


White ElephantsIn r't Speak At


Town Woman's ClubMrs.
o Friday w* t qC

June Haschka, c .Uy., : .
White Elephants are coming I' on hand to be cold Includes a County librarian, will speak ,\\f-'
> tylokpte "Clear the way to the Chlumskj marbletop table with wrought iron nesday, February 26, to the ,1
Building on Central and Join the legs and four chairs a 15-R. group of he Naples W<,n,a.! ,
annual stampede for fun and fiberglass boat] a five tup. Seagull Club. The meeting will be ',.. <
values as one person's whiu motor new; an antique cor. in the Woman' Club Build!'. 'U',
/ ll tetDy&O+L' elephant' becomes the proud ner cupboard a washer and 2 p.m. *
possession of another, just exact dryer; a set of bathroom fixtures; The speaker prides hersMt!
JA.NE MARTIN Uy answering a need or a whim a child's desk; assorted lamps, being a native Kentuckian A: j ,,
otherwise unsatisfied," advise tables, chairs, refrigerators also proud of having lived In F: r,
0000000000009000000000000000000000000Following members of the Naples Com. clothing a three. ilece couch and Ida since IgZ,.

the 24th the artist munlty Hospital Auxiliary as matching chair. The variety Is She received her" decree r -
the Monday r
concert their day of sales approaches Infinite and the auxiliary is happy Florida State College for W< ".
lorin Hollander and the board of directors of the Naples WHAT? WHITE ELEPHANT to accept someone else's "white rt now Florida state Unlver-,.,'

Community Concert Association will be entertained eta SALE. elephant," big or little, to add after which she becapelibr lo

Hosts for the affair will be Association WHEN? Friday, February 28, to the offering for public sale for the Junior and itfnlor 1'I s'
reception. B urn. to 6 p.m. on Friday. schools of Lakeland. During lI.1I t
President Merrill Boynton, and Mrs. Boynton. Those ex WHERE? Chlumsky Building, tUne she did additional stum II

pected to attend include: Mr. and Mrs. J. Stealey Elms, 966 Central Avenue. What's- Your the University of Virginia ai.j it
HOW With the of the
? help I r, the University of North CaruUij.Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Watkins Jr., Mrs. Clarence Tooke community.WHY Haschka served In r
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Mr. and Mrs. John Pulling Mr. and Mrs. James lulejian ? To benefit the hospital. Hospital I.Q.? Army Hostess and Llbran 'iCorps
Mrs. Otto Kress, chairman r during the war years and
,
Leonard Latham Mr. and Mrs. Spencsr t
Mr, and Mrs. ,
Did
tile receiving station, will con. you know that stationed at Fort Monmouth.
Allendorf Robert W. Coxey, Dr. and Mrs. Ferdinand C. tinue to have it open daily until Even though Naples Coromunltj J was N.J., While there she Workedas

Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan Jr., Mr. and Mrs. the sale for people to bring or Hospital has no resident house cataloger, hospital bran, ibrarian i\
send items which they no longer staff, there Is always a physl.
John Bryam, Mr. and Mrs. Don Holzhausen, Or and want. Pkluup of large articlescan clan "on call" for emergencies in charge, assistant of branches post librauu, i!

Mrs. Curt Kayssr Dr. and Mrs. S .C Ogburn Jr., Mr. and be arranged with Mrs Helen brought to the hospital? Active post librarian. ala:

Mrs. Howard Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bechtel. Yeager at the hospital, Midway rotate members the of the medical start In 1933, she Joined the sly!
W1S1. responsibility for
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Kuser of Trenton N. J., spent A sampling of Items already emergency coverage of as the assistant Lakeland librarian Public In Llbrar chare

a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Howe, Construction of the large new of the newly organized boukn '>.
hospital building Is tentatively
Fifth Avenue, North. Mrs. Kuser Is Mr. Howe's sister. expected to get underway late bile program.!
College Prexy In fall of 1937 the Board
the ,
After two weeks in Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Stan In 186U of County Commissioners votedto

ley Lovelace and their daughter Marcia came to Naples Gives CharterTo hospital The chlckee lake located was provided beside the by establish a county llbrar> o.s.

for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Hurley of the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Norris tern In Collier County Mrs.Has.

Gulf Shore Colony Club. The Lovelaces are en route to Local Alumni for the enjoyment of patients shka county was librarian appointed in the as spring the first.,?,!
who are able to go outside: ?
their home in Glenview, III. The color of the hospUal'soutside 1958 and has continued in that

A nice family time going on at the J. E. Freemanns'on Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, president walls has been changed capacity.:

Gordon Drive. last weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Free- of the University of FlorIda recently from Persian blue to
sketched the of sand ? Count-Down Time
progress beige
mann Jr. completed their 1 10-day( visit and left a dayor the school which now numbe '

two after Mr. and Mrs. Richard Z. Freemann arrived. some 14,800 students, Thursday Queen Mother Of For Our Cheerful

The junior Freemans and the Richard Freemanns live in night In presenting a char- Losers March 2
the formed Col- England Better ,
Pa. ter to newly
Gladwyne, The six months banquet of the
Mr. and Mrs. S. Meredith Strong Jr., Sixth Avenue, lier Alumni County University Association of at FlorIda The- After OperationLONDON CHIC RESORT FASHIONS, all with a Minarich is shown in a B. H. Wragge Cheerful Losers Club will beheld

North, have as their guests Mr. Strong's mother, Mrs. S. Moorings Country Club. (AP)-Queen Moth. cool, cool, cool look highlighted the two-piece beige linen afternoon frock Monday, March 2,accord1r.cto |

Meredith Strong, and her sister, Mrs. John Fitzpatrick, Discussing the Impact of the er her Elizabeth doctors Friday, 63, was not advised to under by spring style show which followed a from Johnston-of-Flonda; the large. months the club Qii:
both of Syracuse, N. Y.CALLING. junior co.Jegcs: on the state take any public engagementsfor luncheon-meeting of the Naples Civic brimmed stew he' il ,b,"ded viM! goal winners named, and, Inst 1.I

SYRACUSE universities he stated that If two months. Association at the Beach Club Hotelon same material as the dress. Amongthe latlon of officers held.

And of is their left there? it had not been for the Junior She was operated on for appendicitis 14 local displaying fashionsat This will be a big night foe
speaking Syracuse, anyone colleges the universities wouldnot In a London hospital Thursday Notable among them: shops the women who have worked so

Naples can claim a goodly number of these New York have been able to accommodate on Feb. 4 and returned to Clar. left Mrs. Elma Clements, models an the luncheon in addition to Frock hard to lose weight. The one h"

Staters during the winter, including Sen and Mrs. George the population explosionof ence House, her London borne, Oleg Cassini white ribbed-acetate two- and Frill, Lilly Pulitzer and Johnstonof ing lost the most weight will be

Fearon who are here for their annual stay. Joining the the past few years. by last the Sunday.doctors A said bulletin"'?one signed piece ensemble with Capri pants for Florida were Mark Fore and Strike; showered named "Six with Months gifts Queen"from and the
queen
Fearons at the Harbour Club the first of the month are He also stressed the Importance mother continues to make nor. informal "at home" wear, courtesy of The Bermuda Shop Betty's; Sports and local merchants and awarded a

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckley. financial of alumni y but also support with not mem-only mal progress after her opera. Frock and Frill Shop; center, Kathy Specialties; Zita, Inc; Harold Grant; large All members cash prize achieving: from the the weight clue

Down at the Town House Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Groverare bers of the legislature on bills tlon. Kerckhoff displays a new "Lilly" ten. Eckhard's; Dor-len Shop; The Bamboo loss determined six months ago.

enjoying their regular two months sojourn. And, of Interest to the school. The Peggy Lee Weds nis frock in white birds-eye pique from Shop; Helen Burton and Adelaide, Inc !goal winners will receive small

Col.ler County alumni chine (McGrath photos) cash awards and gifts.
(Continued on page ,) Lilly Pulitzer, Inc.; right, Mrs. Nick
Is only the second to be presented Del Rio Tonight Members who have not alread)
during his administration BEVERLY HILLS Call!. :;made reservations for the dinner
and a brother, Charles McKinnt
, To Get
Hospital and who desire to attend shoui
he AI> > Lee will WhidbyPearl .
stated. ([ )- lneer Peggy of Chokoloskee. Twenty gram make
John A. Smith accepted the marry Jut band conductor Jack children also survive. reservations Immediate!}
JOHN TEYRAL. PAINTINGS New StationVagon
charter as president of the local Del Rio tonight at her BeverlyHills Whidby of Immokale t by contacting one of the club ol
r home. died Friday night at Naples Com The Rev. 10. Hancock Sr,", fleers, and bring $2.50, the costa !
JOHN ROOD . SCULPTURE group. This will be the 4J.year.old From Wood AgencyThe munlty Hospital Funeral services and the Rev. Thomas J. Well! i of the dinner, to the meeting(
Fifty two persons attended singer's fourth marriage. Jlerprevious Hospital and Interment will be In will conduct services at 10 a.m I. Monday night.
Naples Community
the banquet Including delegation husbands were actor Immokalee and are being made Tuesday at the Church of God> I It Is also requested that a1ant
The current exhibition return work by 1 dOs' of 12 from Immokalee. Dewey Martin, actor Brad Dex.ttr I will. receive a spankingnew at the Richard A. Pittman Funeral ., on Chokoloskee Island.Interme t gift certificates, donations, and
tlntul.hd Am.rle n artltU, Rood noted sculptor Guests of the club Included and Dave air conditioned Plymouth Home in Naples, but an.M I will fellow In ''e game prize .be brought to tit'

J \.4\ t tq hf.tihlvr54Y' .( r'rs ii MlnnMota y.ar., I* 1.d,0uehoryel Pref., ..or of Art<}o.Ye|at '," let Forresf Ketner of Naples who bour.'J r ,BaN"J.'a\iOf1.wagOQ.car Is being presented.on Tuesday to-the TTM'': yet Indefinite: 4 i cemetery, .thfAokoloske" \ :rttg, .!h Ff..

on sculpture used by achooli acre. the Country for 14 years was a member of Del Rio, 39, has had one'previous .. Friends may 'calf I at the RIchard I.
Wood Ever ,
Ttyrcl I, Held of the Portrait Department *nd the board of Ohio State University marriage. He is a native hosplral by Chrysler Ply- StokesFuneral AI Pittman Funeral Horn fI' use bouillon instead a
Instructor In Advanced Painting *| the Cleveland of Argentina. < p\ouih Inc., which Is openinga water in preparing buckwheat
and
Orle WUde -
Judge L. r from 1 to 9 Monday.
p.m.,
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Art Institute, has won numerous national honor* hew motor agency on the Nonh services for Mrs. groats' Extra flavor "suhs'raft
muth who served for 27
ever the pat 20 yeartHARMON. yearson DownWithFrancoSigns TamUmi Trail. Mary Louise Stokes, 57. who :..... ,.,.. .,..... .....' .
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GALLERY Dr. Reltz was accompanied Hospital Auxiliary are credited 2 o'clock Monday afternoon

till THIRD STREET SOUTHTELEPHONE to Naples by Mrs. Reitz and Dutch Palace with making the arrange fronvihe Church of Cod of Pro- !; : '-.1J. (\

: Midway J. 1157 Harold Dilllnger.( field secre- AMSTERDAM Netherlands menu. They approached JohnK. phecy at Immokalee, with the '
of the Institution's alumni .
tary (;AP-The walls[ of Amster. Wood with the Idea that in Rev Joe Brewer, pastor of the < ,
association. dam's Dutch Royal Palace were lieu of t contribution to the church, officiating. Interment r :
During the day Dr. Reitz daubed today with anti-Spanish mile EtrmuCig Sparta Slopa.>> Jnf.t
hospital's "Space" Program, will be In the Immokalee Cemetery | : .
f!:a +rdNa' k 4 :<'. was a guest of The Mooringson slogans linked to PrincessIrene's the agency might like to donate Arrangements are being -
a expedition aboard betrothal to Don Carlos
fishing
steady With a station wagon, a needed item handled through the Earl t <.
of
go 'The Link" while Spain.
J anceestTh Mrs. Reltz Missing was taken on a tour Three feet high letters spelled of replacement equipment at the G. Hodges Funeral Chapel of

Corkscrew Bird Sane- out "Down with Franco," and hospital. Naples.
of the
"Ban the Don." Wood agreed to the proposal Mrs. Stokes had been resident SALE '
SONG tua ry. and a son of "lend-lease" arrangement of Immokalee since 1940

was worked out.The when she moved there from DISCONTINUED LINES AND BROKEN SIZES f'

AND hospital will have the use of Augusta, Ca. She Is survivedby Considerable savings on men's andwomen's
the 1964 car for a year after two sons, C.A. Pennington
which it will be givena of Baltimore. Md., and Edward resort we.rl!

$ e DANCEABLE. 1965 model and the pre Stokes of Immokalee and two Particularly good buys on size 8 and 10

sent station wagon will be sold. daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Busby ladies' blouses
BOOKSSONG Don Turner,manager of Wood Augusta,Ga., and Mrs.Richard !

Chrysler Plymouth inc here, Kercherner .of Pennsylvania

will present the station wagonto

the Hospital Auxiliary and to BrownMrs. 615 5th Avenue SouthAt

: & STORY SHOP Joseph G. Bertolaml, administrator Alice Jane Brown, 71,, The Entrance to the Piccadilly Pub
at a ceremony to be who was born on Chckoloke

held on Tuesday morningat Island, died yesterday morning .' "
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I Ir'A auxiliary will also attend an pital.

open house to be held at the She was a former employee
new agency on Thursday. ')f the Collier Corporation in both I

DISTINCTIVE "Since our venerable eld station Everglades and Naples before *
her retirement in 1961. She wasa
FASHIONS wagon is practically falling
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member of the Church of God ; :
apart, the new one, is bright
The deceased is survived by
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and modern as the hospital'snew
two daughters Mrs.o.nnlll1an -If
addition Is a most wel- cock of Copeland and Mrs Wadd} $
come contribution," said Thompson of Immokalee; and I

COMPLETE Bertolaml In announcing the three sons, Bert B., of Home.
gift. stead, and Loren G. and Cia.
rence M., of Chokoloskee. I!
Some: good cook like to ue atronaflavored
RESORT ,
Other survivors Include a sis
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fish such a* bad-
ter, Mrs. Dan House of Naples,
dock for a creamy fish chnwder .


APPAREL r Reservations still available i

f ,L;..,.. LO\fCliIJC55 for luncheon fashion I

show at the Beach Club-
and so, 10lOCiable.
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A brief t'l y.1""y 1l'. .1 .C1yc rcDyche. noon on Monday to
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bit of a hue i is Beach Club Beauty Sal08 MI 2.2753 rr, benefit The Friends of
Fiancee Proper as white gloves and the
Library.
See the
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"Bikini", But even prettier, our series of silks The lithe, lifted lintof 'x ; ,: superb new collection of ,
A permanent WIIII i quitelike r
every young one for months of Sundays, lunch. a rake mix' The direction jour. new hiiirityl next Spring fashions i
will know at a eons, five o'clock parties. ate. on the box w..k the body and'OU'YI t(' by Helga 1
Hut nap and pattern a* youlhesr,
glance that thi (Some with their very own seen them i.nnh it Intel ,
little bit goes a long jackets or sweaters). while a take need only I uir "'piuuf of the pretty"
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to be mixed and' baked tpredetermined >
and wonderful way. Thai'- why we themanufartuier'ft
method. dmix ..
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Light I leather
patent uppers"pr your hair demand apeCs.
'fit just a 'bit better than a flal! can., A box can't with.kl1&,1\! experienced bake": waving accordmtr !. Trunk showing Tuesday and Wednesday
fit xinile Singing colors dancing amine your hair tenure,
tu the mud important at
I. mid heels.I nor note It* condition On inKivlimt of all: your
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tell what finUheil hair-
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Naples, Florida
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0 11'l"' rrI From Fishermen, to' 1 can (16 ounces) kadota figs,
well drained and halved

I a t" ,.. Officials ClaimTALLAHASSEE CookingIsFun 2 tablespoons brandy, if desired
iN (APFlor.. Peel core and thickly slice
Ida officials contend that 29 Cuban .I' f apples; sprinkle with lemon
fishermen were not set free juice. Melt butter in a 10-inch
j js
In any swap and that no valuable !*r skillet Add apples, and pecan
ti articles were stolen from halves and cook, stirring often
i them. until apples are transparent.Stir .
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: After arriving In Havana Fri By Cecily 9rewnrlen. in sugar and cloves; add

. day, the Cubans said they were COMPANY SIJI'PERlIere' figs and stir gently until figs
I 'w robbed of money and other vales are hot. If brandy is used, heat,
ables while In the Key West Jail light and pour flaming over fruit.
1 ,i a dusert to add dramato Serve with vanilla
f ice cream.
awaiting trial for illegally fishIng your dinner for $ueata. Makes 6 ,
w .. / In Florida waters, to g servings.Hemingway
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Also, there was a published Roast Chicken Widow
report alleging the Cubans were Curried Rice Broccoli
I swapped for a hijacked Miami Tossed Sill Ud Dread Tray Gets Million From
1I t e. pilot, Richard Wright Hot Apple-Fig Compote

t;, ]e i Atty. Gen James Kynes denied t Beverage Author's EstateNEW

the swap story He said HOT APPLE.FIG COMPOTE YORK (AP) Mary
4 that nobody representing Flor 2 large Delicious applet Hemingway, widow of author
ida discussed any exchange for Ernest Hemingway Is
1 teaspoon lemon juice expectedto
the fishermen 1.4 cup butter, margarine receive about one million dol.
1 Asst. Atty. Gen Joe Jacobs, 1:2 cup !pecan hilvea lars of a gross estate of $1.41
who handled the case for Flor. 1.'4 cup brown sugar, firmly million left by the famed author .
ida, said careful Inventorieswere packed according to an account.
'. made of the Cubans' pos. 1:8 teaspoon clove ing filed Friday.
irH
.1 '1" ikthrl sessions to guard against accusations : : The accounting, filed with the
.1'' of theft. ships In the 1964 Naples Com Transfer and Estate Tax Sec
A' .
r,,If">. ....._- Jacobs said that alcoholic beverages munity Concert Association as Uon of the State Tax Commls.
cards will be punrhad the alon, stipulated that the rest of
which didn't with at
AMONG THE NEAPOLITANS who ad- Third Street South Mr and Mrs. comply LORIN HOLLANDER who will appear In concert at
\ were this country's laws, and fresh door; and to arrive well in ad- the estate would go for taxes-
I mired the exhibit of paintings by F, M. Huffman of the Surfside, right, faults and vegetables which can the Naples Senior High School Monday, February vance of the 8:30 p.m. cur- past and present-various debts,

Richard Segalman, on display this shown with Segalman, left The show not be Imported, were taken 24th, as the third in the current series of Community tain. Late-comers will not be funeral expenses and legal fees.
from the Cuban boats and de. Concerts. admitted to the auditorium of Hemingway, who won both the
week at the Robinson Galleries on ing continues through February 25th stroyed. the Naples Senior High School the Nobel and Pulitzer prizes,
was found dead of a shotgun
Peasants Stop City museum. Hollander At 19 until there is. "break" in wound at his home In Ketchum,
\ They drove workmen from a the program Idaho, July 2, 1961
Attempt To MoVe truck carrying the idol Friday.slashed Blacksmith 84 Works 14
the truck's tires and ,
Idol To Museum Ranks With Best
damaged rigging holding the ;
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MEXICO CITY (AP)-Peasants Image In place.
armed with clubs and rock i Officials said the peasants be..lleved Hours Dailv Rides Bike A slim, redheaded youngn in following year he made his debut

t have blocked archaeologists' el, that allowing to move ,: with enormous brown eyes, in with the NatlonalOrchestral
forts to move a stone Idol front i the Idol of Tlaloc, an Aztec god, engaging smile, and a 5t "ratghr- Association at Carnegie Hall
ROSETO Pal AP-The doc. gets harder and harder to inter In our fabulous collection of
( forward his Lllly'i we
a nearby village to a Mexlcc i would bring them bad luck. approach to < on- under Leon Darzln who had
tor sized up the sharp-eyed, est young men In a trade that'so
have
added _
muscular man plying his tradeat exacting. Too bad, because cert grand piano has been vin-- chosen him as the "Artist ofTomorrow" two delightful new styles
full-throated "bravos"from
anvil and forge and said: I need help I always have more hlng A
Springj "You've got to admit they don't work than I can handle." the musical world duringthe When Lorin was 12 he was
come like that any more." He also helps two of his sons, short span of time that hi selected as a last-minute replacement long sleeve button down
the front
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Arrivals He was observing Peter Ron. Peter Jr., who has a wrought has been before the public. He's for the Indisposed
ca, who, nearing 84, works up iron business, and Nicholas, a been called "fiery" and "lyri Nico e Hcnriot who had been model and the very smart V-Neck.
to 14 hours some days at the garage owner. For Peter he cal"! "a virtuoso" and "a scheduled to play the Havel We hope you Will stop by to see theml I
( craft of blacksmtthlng, rides a helps make fancy railings, poet"t, but all hands agree thithe's : Concerto with Thomas Scher-

Floral Blouses bicycle for fun, and boasts a metal furniture, planters, and a superb artietundoubr- man and The Little Orchestra
man's appetite similar pieces. For NIcholas he
young
edly the outstanding member Society of New York. Lorin

I N_ 'f White Panel stand Peter for a Ronca proud symbol might of easily this parts.makes On and the repairs aide he automobile sharpens of his generation! This Is was ready with the same t once Lilly PulitzerOf
L6rln Hol ander who, at 19, no and the from
CoordinatesTailored Lehigh Valley town of about tools for contractors, utility response
1,700, nearly all of Italian orl. companies and cement mills. Is already accepted as a ma- the press and public left little
+ ;:if' !' Bermudas gin, which is so healthy the ex. ture artist of exceptional talent doubt that here was a music Naples, Inc.

perts scarcely can credit it. Prince Bertil 52 and achievement. ian to be reckoned with, very
t f and Golfers In 1962 and again last year Members of the 1964 Naples young to bo sure, but "blessed 11 Via Miser 975 5th Ave., S.
medical teams from the Uni. Community Concert Association "
Is Happy SingleSAN with a genuine musical gift. I'alm Beach Fla.
I ; Newest:: Swimsuits versity of Oklahoma put Ronca will hear Lor In HollanderIn Now, at age 19 he has already Naples, Fla.
and his fellow Rosetanos under FRANCISCO (AP) when he here
person plays given over 100 concerts
Crk'w examination to try to find out Prince Bertil of Sweden, open.
Monday, February 24, In the In the United States and
ticked Ing a Sweden Week exhibit In
why they so vigorouslyand
so long despite a blithe dis San Francisco, was asked Fri Naples Senior High School AudIt Canada, and performed with /
/3cttlJ regard of so many commonly day at a news conference how rium. He Is already well- more than 35 symphonies Including
': i accepted health rules. he felt about being regarded as )known to many of them through the Boston SymphonyIn

In Roseto, the overweight car. one of Europe's most eligible his television performances\ Boston and at Lincoln Center

Inc ry their poundage as Don Quixote bachelors which include nine appearanceswith In Pittsburgh, Detroit, San Havinga
wore his armor. Dear to "That sounds like a joke tome Perry Como and live Antonio. Columbus and
a re'Q
feminine' fashion the heart of Roseto is the town's replied the 62.year.old engagements with the Bell Telephone engagement with the Cleve- '

589 5th Ave., So. reputation, recorded by the University prince."I'm Hour. His most re'tent land Orchestra. Party?
of Oklahoma investlgat. getting on, you know. k
TV appearance was on the Hollander, who was chosenas
"But I'm
ors, of being among the biggest quite happy as I am. '
eaters Jn the land. I go all around the world, and- Telephone Hour last Dec- tits first soloist to record
well, don't think' I. look. Wnber 17th. jfUhtihfCostofl,Symphony under
I The paradox is that the medical you Let us help'wnh'fiorer'
k4eIplable teams found the death rate happy r"Weather : ,, loU( }nder has been steepedIii its new conductor Erich
for this
from heart disease here was |ri Iii rruislc since infancy. The Lelnsdorf. Is now represented arrangements
about a third of the national Review son of a noted New York violinist with that orchestra on the Important occasion

average. Even that doesn't tell he showed an early aptl-: RCA Victor label by his stun
the whole story. From 1056 to Max. Ml*. Rain. {fade for muslo and began piano ning performance of Ravel's
1963 nobody died from heart Feb. IS 82 59 0.00 studies at five. When he was Concerto In C, and ProkoflefPi

disease in Roseto.What'l Feb. 1C 72 59 OOJ eight he was taken to the Jull- Fifth Concerto i and soon to be t

the secret? Feb. 17 80 48 0.00 (lard School,where he auditioned released Is Hoi"antler's first Cri .c..l
.. There is no shortage of theory .c* 7/ ,;"
\ for EduardSteuermann album of solo the
repertoire on
Feb. 18 81 S5 0.00
While : food and drink, heredity, Say It withFlowers.byWIre
; whom he has been Victor Red "ArtUtry In Flowe,."
environment, the gift of laughter Feb. 19 75 58 027 working ever RCA Seal label.
none an unruffled way of life. I'eb.20 65 47 000 since. Lorin Hol'ander'f Naples: If your love U 1244 Third St., So MI. 26634Franchise
"I've always worked hard," Feb. 21 68 39 0.00 Doth Steucrmann and Hol concert this Monday (February mUtt away Dealer for
Black Ronca told questioners. "May l lander's parents were very 24ih) will include compositionsby FannIe May Candles

be that's the secret." 0ta supplied/ by C.rilllleu Gardena.A careful nor to exploit Lorln's Mendelssohn, Beethoven,

A blacksmith and toolmakerat egg prodigious ability, although in Chopin, Bartok and Prokofieff,
quarries in this eastern Pennsylvania couple of ew on order to gain experience,he was and the complete and daz ling
slate belt for 70 years, hand? Add them to three cups of permitted to play a few public Pictures at an Exhibition" by Where
Else.
Ronca can't remember when hot meshed potatoes, spoon Intoa ? ?
he didn't work. shallow dish; sprinkle with concerts. When he was ten he Modest Moussorgsky.Concertgoers .
trued Cheddar cheese and brownin played three concerts with the are reminded
CO.TlNA He was 8 years old when his
O family brought him here from a hot oven or under the broiler. Long Island Symphony, and the to present their member.

12.99 the Italian village of Roseto
near Naples. At 10 the boy went
to work in the quarries.
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Spare moments he spent in ;
the quarry blacksmith shop. By / .
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tinkering around and lending a >'i' "lj\ ( tyy'tl tf"
hand he the trade. ,
picked up :. ;.
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Ronca has to laugh when
SMART LOW HEELSMANSHIPI From Red people
ask, "What good is a black
Cross Shoes lofig-ackrtowUdged masters of the smith these days?" I (
tys ,
fine art of low heelsmanship comes this exciting "Their mistake Is that they :' (.
Not So Long Ago .
new version of fashions Important shaped.and.lowered think a blacksmith does nothing
but work with horseshoes: ," he .
little heel. Soft, supple and light and says "I haven't made a horseshoe

it fits as If made for your foot alone I IBaxfer's In 40, maybe 45 years. ... ..
"Most of the work nowadays

is making and tempering tools. we rounded a curve In the Tuscan hill-country Into Volterra and came,

I specialize in forging quarry startled and excited of excavation A Roman amphitheater was
ShoesAcross ing tools such as drills up to 22 upon a scene

feet lone."Some. b.lng uncovered by, of all things, an American bulldozer. Merged were

From the 1st NAT. BANK say It Is a dead or ancient Italian art and our own 20th century contribution to expedience.
dying trade. If so, U'. not for

Tkls pn4ud til no axiMctn oftttmr ntti fix AIM,win Ntlwutl zed Cm want of demand. It's because it This week we are unpacking, from the ancient mines of Volterra, alabaster

;., 'cr 20th century American amusement and use As an art form alabasterwas

sculpted as early as the time of Christ Today we offer (our own designs

xe'Ltsd for your use here or elsewhere) inexpensive and attractive: pieces

{ kale* FINE LINENS t'ncil: holders and, for Easfer giving, yellow chickens emerging (eternally)

from the shell and many other "'fresh Ideas from an old country for you

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Hang On To Edge LaBelle ., 70-67 4 IISPORTS

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BY DAVID LYON Mike Stinnett cashed two free -

LaBelle Naples WghSchool'i throws for LaPelle, but Koch = !
basketball team grimly held ontoa fed Ritchie for a short shot cE4 Gators Win Over Miami
slim lead throughout the fourth that put Naples ahead, 66.61. ,
:' quarter and turned back the ambl.tlou Steve Stinnett hit from outside
LaBelle Cowboys, 70.07, for the home team, then Mimi
In a crcwd-pleaslng battle Fri. stole the in-bounds pass and put Indians Lose To Alva

day night In a layup to make It 66.65 . . . . . . . . .
. Coach Andy Lorentrson's Ea with a little less than two Everglades High's basketball The five Gator starters all

.t. gles survived a full.court press minutes remaining. team went Into triple figuresfor went up well Into double 8 COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS Sunday February 23, 1964
which the Cowboys used for the Berson came through. for Naples the fourth time this season figures against Christian.'Butch
.. last 11 minutes of the game. sinking a difficult Jump when they rolled to a 109.54 Hughes and Jack Davis had
: It was Naples' 14th straight vie. shot from about 25 feet. Mlms triumph over Miami Christian 23 points each, Charlie Goff 21,
tory over LaBelle In a series answered with two free throws, Friday night at home. David Barton and Junior Ballard American League Takes
which dates back to the 195% and it was 68.67 with 1:33: to The Gators scored 29 pointsIn 16 each, Wtllard Wooten and

!Il, 58 season. A Lorenttson.coached go. each of the first two quartersand Peter Weeks four each, and Jim.
Naples quintet never has lost coasted In from there.Coach my Collins two. Warren led
to the Cowboys, but It was a "NO BASKET" PhU Larson's team, with a 21.7 Christian with 16 points. Action Against FinleyBOSTON
close shave Friday. Naples got possession, but { VIt record, played Lee Junior-Senior Immokalee's Indians closed out ,
The victory assured Naples, of Koch missed a free throw, and -
at home Saturday, and will trio regular-season play with a 52.
a winning season, as the loam Ritchie's basket on the reboundwas vel to Moore Haven Tuesday to 49 setback at the hands of Alvaon (AP) Charles O. S, The league will take over
took a 11.9 record Into Saturday disallowed by the officials, tg close out the regular season. the Rambler's outdoor court Finley, who confidently predic. operation of the Kansas City
night's home game with Kentucky who signaled a held ball before Friday night It closed Immo. ted he'd remain the Kansas City team and appoint a sort of overseer .
Military to end the regular Ritchie got away the shot. La. kalee's regular season with a 5- baseball owner, is on the vergeof pro tern
season. Tournament action be. Belle got possession with 54 se.; 10 record, but the Indians can being thumbed out of the 2. The league would negotiatea
gins next weekend. LaBelle, coeds left, called time out, and Advance Seat attain a measure of revenge when game. lease with Kansas City for
which upset Lake Placid, 08-56 played for the last shot. they host Alva, Everglades, and The umpires In this unprecedented Municipal Stadium, the dead
on Tuesday at Lake Placid, end. Steve Stinnett missed it from Bishop Verot in the district tournament American League battle locked Issue on which Finley
.ed Its schedule with a10.12mark. about 10 feet, and after a scram. next weekend. are his nine fellow club executives lost the battle, If not the war.
Naples jumped off to a good. ble, Bill Splngler of Naples came Sale Poor For The Indians fell behind b>' 1 12 who began ejection proceedings He would take nothing. but a
sized lead In the first quarter up with the ball. He was fouled points at halftime on a rather with a 9.1 vote Friday,,, two.)ear lease, city officials
Friday, and built It up to 16 with five seconds left and calm. cool night, but they made it Flnlej and his franchise may wanted at least four.
points, 49.33, with three minutesto ly sank two pressure.packed free close by rallying in the third and be permanently) parted b>' the 3. The league will conduct the
go In the third quarter. The throws. LaBelle got one last Title MatchMIAMI fourth quarters. Lamar Pollock, swivel chair arbiters a sale of the club when suitable

e Cowboys then went Into an chance with two seconds still who had 27 points In the previous week to 10 days buyers are found.
all.court press, hit some shots, showing, when Ritchie was called BEACH, Fla. (AP- game again paced Immokaleewith That's how long it is estimatedthe 4. Proceeds of the sale-rnlnu*
and cut the margin to 10 points for a foul, But Steve Stinnett WALTER RITCHIE Sonny Liston growled, Cassius 25 Friday Julian Williamshad board of directors will needto league expenses In running the
going Into the final period. missed the foul shot, Ritchie got 22 points at LaBelle Clay knocked off another sonnet 10, Bill Driver five, Harley set up a date and site for :a club In the interim period and '
.. the rebound, and held on \tightas and the promoters sweated today Thomas four, Larry Day three, general meeting which would related costs-will go to Finley.
LEAD CUT time ran out. so he went out on the floor and The Scoring: over the massive disinter. and Glenn Lambert two. Charles consider and act upon the ter. These moves>> are authorizedby
,, After only a minute, the Ea While Injured center Steve made four out of six shots for est in Tuesday night's heavy. Relnbott and Jimmy Manning had donation of Finley's league as. the reorganization agree. ,
gles' advantage dwindled to four Clark watched from the sidelines, eight points. Phil Stinnett led weight championship fight at 16 and 11 for Alva. social ion. meat and the constitution of the
points, 53.51: as LaBelle hit the Ritchie\ assumed control of the LaBelle with 22 points. NAPLES: FG FT TP Convention Hall. Naples will compete at Punta Previously, Finley had threatened league.lenncdo.Crowell.
first three shots it took in the backboards and hit 22 points to I'Mwe .__ 4-20 6-7 13 It threatens to be a financial Gorda next weekend In the dls. legal action if the league
last quarter. Three times the lead all scorers. The 6.2 jun. Bowen __ 2.7 0.2 4 turkey at the gate, saved by a tract tournament. Host team took away his franchise
Cowboys closed to within a single for was given a lot of assist. Beach Club Women Ritchie __11.16 0-0 22 record closed circuit television Punta Gorda was upended by An American League spokesman .

point, and on two other occasionscame ance by teammates, both In re. Hold Blind Hole Berson 6.14 1.3 13 network of 355 locations Arcadia, 69.64, Friday night. The termed it a "very compll. Team VictoriousAt
within two points bounding and scoring. Pease and "We've got problems, but Tarpons ended with an 843 mark. cated legal procedure," but hereIs
But Naples refused to fold. Bill Morton led In assists with Golfing TourneyOn Morton 8.9 1.1 13 hope things pick up," said Bill Other teams In the tournamentare the essence of what will hap Biff CypressThe
1 Here's how things went In the hec. three each.6corine Koch 0.1 3-5 :1 MacDonald, paunchy self-made North Fort Myers and pen, assuming the league escorts besfbal tournament
tic last seven minutes: balance got Naples out Tuesday, February 18, the Splngler 0.0 2.2 2 millionaire who put up a $625,. Venice. Flnle all the way down partners
David Pease sank two free to a 21.13 flrst-quarter lead, and members of the Womon's Beach Welch\ __ 0-0 0-0 0 000 guarantee for the fight be. North Fort Myers upped Its ,tIe) path to disenfranchisement, sraged yesterday by the
throws to put Naples ahead, 57. Ritchie poured through 10 pointsIn Club Golf Association part! tween the bulUstrong ring' killer, record to 97 by knocking off Rig Cypress Ladies Golf AsSCK -
51 LaBelle answered with two the second period to make it clpated in a "Blind Hole" Tour. TOTALS 29.67 12.20 70 Liston, and the poem-spouting Fort Meade, 62.54 Sarasota RU ianon was won by Mrs,John
foul shots and a close-in basketby 40.26 at halftime. Ritchie and ney, In classes. The event turnedout challenger from Louisville. vervlew polished off Venice, 59- Junior High Kennedy and her partner, Mrs.
guard Steve Stinnett, 57.55. Morton each made their first to be "even holes" using half With four days remaining, the 43, and latter team now has a I rank Crowell with a net 69.
Pease responded by making good five field goal attempts, and both handicaps and lowest number of LABELLE FG FT TP advance ticket sale has hit only 247 season mark Mrs. C rowel) in a double role
on a rebound, but Mike Coins Naples and LaBelle went well putts for the field.In M, Stinnett 1.2 3-8 5 $300,000, well below the $800,000 si I..,md j her game with Mrs.
brought LaBelle within two points over 40 per cent from the field Class "A"' I. Montgomeryand Allen ____ 4.6 1.1 tf MacDonald estimates he needsto Rolls Easily Edward Reeves and the two

again by scoring on a feed. for the game. M.L. Schmucker were tied. Going _6.22 1.3 13 break even. First FlightHoleInOne some placed second In the tour-
Bob Koch made a free toss with Coach Jerry Howell's "B" In class "B" E. Marsh was the S. Stinnett 8.12 5-7 1':' While Liston and Clay put on
4:11 left, and bob Mlms of the team had a rather fantastic nightin winner. their finishing touches 90 blocks ney.Third
Guthrle __5-9\ 3-3 13 In
Cowboys hit a side shot to bring'the field-goal shooting. Sinking Winning In Class "C" was B. apart in the swank Miami Over AlvaNaples scoring were Mrs.
home team within one point, 57 per cent of their tries, the Pease.In Foot __2.4 2-2 6 Beach area, ticket men at six frank Unkeless and Mrs. t
60.59. Then the Eagles pickedup Eagles romped to a 92.94 vie. the regular nine-hole group Mlmi __1-1 2.2 4 windows at Convention Hall Test Ends Today Junior High's seventh Charles Carr with 72.
four quick points. Walter Ritchie tory in the preliminary. The the honors went to M, Evan. Hull ____0.2 0-0 0 stood around twiddling their and eighth gradu basketball team Next week the ladies will
took a pass from Berson and 92 points is believed to be a The winner with the least num. -- thumbs. Nobody was queuing up Golf clubs throughout the Stateof closed out a successful season play in a flag tournament with I
hit from the side, then Berson school record for a "B" team. bers of putts for the field was O. TOTALS 25-68 17-2(1( 67 for tickets. Florida have been cooperatingthis here Friday afternoon l b>' rolling full handicaps applying a
took a pass from Pease and Naples made its\ first five Beggs The electric excitement that weekend with the First Flight to A 53.2vi ton over Alva. spokesman said.A .
scored. shots, nine of Its first 12, and Tuesday was a cool and windy Naples ue 21 19 15 15-70 normally accompanies heavy. Coif Equipment Co., in a two- Coach Keith rllht's tPaIn (int. club championship tourna-
21 out of 33 for the first half. day, and the players were treated I..Helle h _13 13 19 22-67 weight championships was non. day hole.ln.on9 contest. The con. shed with a 11.1 season record maUl wil be staged by the ladies
MONTHLY Tom Bernard had the hottest to hot coffee and snacks servedat existent. There were small test started yesterday and will The Panthers wasted no time in
with
hand, making 10 for 16 from the turn by Mrs. Klauder and crowds and big yawns even at conclude today. establishing superiority over the April qualifying
PEST CONTROL the floor In a 24-polnt perfor. her house guest, Mrs. Demberg. the fighters training sessions. Entry blanks and rules of the visitors, as Naples relied up a rounds scheduled for Thursday,
mance. Howell played his first On Tuesday, February 25, the "B" GAME The widespread lack of enthusiasm contest are available at all local 14.1 lead alter one quarter. It April 2. On April 7, 8 and 9,
and second strings for about the event will be low.grosslow.net was understandable. Few golf clubs. Players InterestedIn was 28.8 at halftime Bright used I the tournament will be played in
SERVICE i same amount of time. The first and putts for the field Memberswill NAPLES FG FT TP expected It to be much of a the contest are advised to reserves liberally through the, eight flights of matched com

team scored 56 points and allow.ed make their own games and Harris 4-8 1.2 9 ;fight. contact the pro at their favorite last three periods. petition.
ants rats mice only 11. starting times Weeks 5-11\ :. Liston, a massive Negro withijkrras golf club.A Little guard Jerry Davis, an
1.2
silverfish All 11 players who suited up The monthly board meetingwill 111 like pistons and handallkeaOUlltry' player touring the course in eighth gra . cal roaches', scored for the Eagles. Bill Engle be held at !h'tOitiJiole: Hackney 4-fl\ f [ 0.0':. 8 htmir-h won.hia last a foursome and getting, a,.valU Panthers In scoring ati wmson, NAPLEStGROW,. 0
01 I scored his first two points of 10 February 25. Bernard _10-1(1( 4.6 '24 'three fights, two with Floyd dated hole.ln.one will win $200 dumped in 12 points in the first 460 ft. Trail frontage

the season when he hit from short Townsend 3.3 0-0 6 ,Patterson and one with Ger. worth of golf equipment and a halt and addod six) more in the $100,000
range in (he fourth quarter Al Joe Haves is in his 15th season Stnnei __ 4-9 2.6 10 many's Alfred Westphal, in the I donation of $800 will be madeto second half before fouling out.. 72
Hackney, flrst.strlng center, at basketball coach at Au. Unkeless 4.7 2.3 10 first round and all in the totalof the 1964 Heart Fund, The Davis was in front of several Acres Naples toy
I fr the Mke of your km couldn't find his bum University little more than six minutes. fast $30<
glasses at home, Sharp _._ 2.5 0.0 4 Florida Heart Association, by breaks, as Alva repeatedly 1000
----- ------------- Fields 2.3 0-0 4 Clay, one of the brightest and the First Flight Equipment Co. lost the ball on errors 5 acres 1 mife. from Golden .
most delightful characters fight Mike Sharp hit 10 points for
Felich 2.4 0-0 4 ing has produced, has shown no Naples, Rick Nendo eight, Car., Gates $1,250.

Engle 1.2 0-2 2 'Indication despite his remark. Shrine GolfTourney los Alfonso liOwn. John Abbott I I Rei. R. E.
able speed and babbling tongue four, and Bennie Rooms, Rocky G s n. Luff
THE LARGEST MONTH IN OUR HISTORY Broker
0FROM TOTALS 41.72 10.21 92 'that he Is likely to last any Set lamiirrl, and Paul Castenlr two I
longer than his Immediate pred. each
421 9th St.
No.
I r.a lie He 18-64 18.30 54 ecessors. He has been lack. Don Lewis scored six of Alva s ,
COME THESE FINE USED CARS lustre In his latest workouts. For April 30The eight flrst-half points and endedup

Some, by quarters: Liston Is a 7.1 favorite and it's with 15 for the game Oscar MOVING TO FLORIDA?
an even bet Clay doesn't answer Luckey had six, Gary Graft two, l.mH'.1! KrH-Itondrd l Iriw.
Naples 25 20 19 28-92 Naples Shrine Club met
Last month the largest new month the bell for the sixth Beach Club and Eric Re&tlfo one TH, Modern Equipment:: S.m.pi .
was car Nit Belle 3 17 14 20-54 Convention Hall seats 16,000.It Friday evening at the The only loss for CoachBright'
Hotel and President Carl Clem. Kale Between' Naplesand'
appears that many of the team this
season
in 14 was a
our years mer announced that the 8th Annual :
Persol Wins seats will be unoccupied when 25.22 setback here at the hands :JOOO IbM 1000 Itm.
Shrine Golf Tournament will be
Liston and Clay tap gloves at of Fort Myers Junior High a rout you rust you
held at the Beach Club on April
10 p.m. EST."We're month ago. Victories ere posted :N
es fork $20120 $16210
s0We 30 and 1 and
Decision May 2.
Split .
all at the
doing right over Fort Myers once, and Punta OilctKO $20120 $362.40
Clemmer announced also that
and bottom but aren't
top mov. Gorda, Cypress LakeNorth Fort
(ItvtUnd $19960 .
the All State Shrine Ceremonialwill $35 20
I NEW YORK (AP)-His youthful ,, ing tickets as fast as we'd like Myers, Alva, and Englewood
have real used for be held In June 5 Serving all
some dandy cars you exuberance stood Johnny in the middle," said MacDon. Naples twice each. northern points
I Fersol aid.i and 6. "This ceremonial,"Clem. und Florida Including Naples.
in good stead in his tight: .
traded in NEW
on Chevy'sI960 with the veteran Eddie Cottonat i He has 6,000 seats In the bot. mer said, "will attract about l-ort M I.r., Punts Gorda.
Madison for 3,000 members of the Shrine Fraternity Old Pros Tour (Chariot Harbor
Square Garden Fr y. tom category, selling $20 Sarasota,
CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 Dr. Hardtop, all power da night. apiece, and 600 at ringside, go. from" alt over the State tic.V rltr for rate and cost
Of Florida.
Kn."i kid through the ropes for' ing at $250, appealing to the tttimatvN
and air cond. u _. .,_ __ __ _$1495.00 a count of seven in the sixth status seekers. The others sell Don Lander,county agricultureagent Caribbean On Florida from any city toal'Y

1960 PONTIAC CATALINA Hardtop Cpe., Hydramatic, PS 129500 round, the 23.year-old New: for $30, $100 and $150. was the principal speakerat Iret-I'hon. point 8621121.or call col

1962 CORVAIR 700 Cpt., Straight Stick, Low Miles _____ 1295.00 gained York i"i a split bounced 10-round back decision and don't MacDonald get anything and his from associates the tel. reviewed Friday night's for members meeting.the Lander pro- Comeback Trail TERMINAL VAN LINES

1962 CHEVY 2, 4 Dr. Sedan, 4 Cyl., Black A White Tutone ".n_ 1295.00 In the nationally televised evision monies, which may greis on the proposed sugar cane CARACAS, Venp/vela> (APArt >- 323: 9th Street, South

1960 FORD ST. WAGON, V8, Straight Stick, Very Clean H_ 1095,00 scrap. gross as much as $4 million Industry in Collier County Wall Jr. and Al Brsellnk, St. Petersburg Florida
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of old on the COJI1I'J-
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1960 FORD 4 Dr. Sedan, V8, Straight Stick, Awful Clean __ 1095.00 I 'ark< pair trail, are pi touring the car.bi .

1959 OLDS 88 Dynamic Sedan, Power Steering & Brakes, >ean in style. if I,

An OK Car ._ -_u___ __ 1095.00 : -- Wall, whose victor\ th,' San J..ln'. ,: .
new colors 1 Hego Open last men!), was his : ,
1959 CHEVROLET ST. WAGON 6 New Paint and
Cyl., first major succi'ss since I960 U .ht IIH:

Runs good ___ _______ _. __ ___ -_ ___ -_ 795.00 ,aid second since he was .ampd
new patterns Pro Golfer of the Year in 1959,
1960 .
CORVAIR Sedan, New Paint, One Owner,
Is riding a tropical hot streak. ,.:, n"h.dulcI.HIJ..rU_
Runs like new ____ ._____ __ ___ 89 .00 The 40.year.old form'r PGA .

1960 CORVAIR Sedan, Straight Stick, Radio, Clean ___ ____ 84.00; .,md Masters champ from Po. .. I1J .luo.: I .
PALM me i'- '>m Manor, Pa., won the Mara.
1959 CHEVROLET ft T. Pickup, new rings, paint, lr.ru., etc. .a_._ 895.00
:aibo Open, first leg 01 the four.
1959 PLYMOUTH Conv., New Top, A-l ____ ._._ 695.00 by 1atin: 2cn A, &f1tpa1PRLm top Caribbean swing a week ':\\t. Hhrn.1; .
The Above all O.K. Used Cars .go. Friday he fired a '.1. :Ming
;:4 in the second run' i d : the ttl_ 'J'-J'

::arai ts Open, tying ( anadian
LIT' ,h. ,., .., Je Knudson's rdird
.
As Is Models for Cheap Transportation ,, prl.c "" f h ? ?? rge Bourse rec > "
: vaulting into contention' for
I iurnNnA fn !, '" 1 1 he latac<<.as title ,l l :$4349WKTERN
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1957 PONTIAC Sedan __ .___ 495.00 '" tft. Wall's torrid ruund wasn't
'. H ........,._.. ... 1 .n:1gh to catch Bessellnk,
1957 MERCURY Cpe. _____ _. _.u 245.00 '.0. po'h nee 1 .t' se second-round 6:' mad ledn -

1957 MERCURY Sedan .. __ __ ._ __ ____ ._____ ___ 195.00 ,' ."'.n.-..... ."n ? ...tlrunJ Y UI \ : d' ''m'. card and deadlocked -

1955 MERCURY Sedan ___... ______ ___ 195.00 I .,.n. ?.L,. ..n,pa, '" t. ,'.,.. and he T''rc'! ,rio pro tor i Ie: railway -
n .1l I I rnn. earl at 133. EJ |IIMt I 68 In .
1958 FORD Conv. _______ 495.00 .' ".,,,.' ,h to n.oI.l. i rt, irsday's first round '. 1 OTO

1957 FORD Conv 4 Spd. Trans. __ 39500
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Producer For THE NAPLES SIRLOIN BonelessTOP or 89P.CENT C


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Day Is FunBy Notebook ROUND Save 20c ,


JAMES BACONAP (Continued from pap 6) Per Pound Per I
Movle.Televlslon Writer b
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Movie Pound

producers do have fun and coming from Syracuse the first of tha month to be at J
I'll It.
I prove was a producer for a day. It the Town House are Dr. and Mrs. P. K. Menzies. This is SIRLOIN TIP RUMP OR BOTTOM ROUND POT

was wild. Champagne, pretty the Menzies first trip to Florida and much activity is BONELESS '
secretaries and kiss after kiss planned to introduce them to Naples' charms.
Ib
from Sandra Dee. .
There are some people who Gradually succumbing to our town are Mr. and Mrs. 8ge
will shout publicity because Thad Collum of Syracuse. For 30 years they have winteredat Roost SAVE '
ROSS Hunter let me take over few t NMlNGRA (01I 20 ll. N
Clearwater. The
"I'd Rather be Rich," starring the Bellaire Biltmore in past years aR r B j < >
Miss Dee, Robert Goulet and the Collums have come through Naples for a short timeto U S. CNO CE W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ClOSE TRIMMED

Andy Williams. see their friends, but this year they have taken an ,
Beware of such people, for BONE ''t
apartment at The Surfside for a whole month.
they are troublemakers.How Ib.
It all came about was Also from Syracuse are Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan C e
quite simple. For years I've had and Dr. and Mrs. John Sullivan who are on Cutlass Excess Bon and Fat Steaks SAVE 95
letters asking: "Just what doesa Removed Before Weighing
producer do?" Lane for the month of February.And You Only Pay For r m 24
So, I put the question to expected March first to join the colony of Syra- Tender, Juicy, Edible BRAND U.S. CHOICE ClOSE TRIMMED FULl CUT
Hunter, one of the more sue. cusans are Dr. and Mrs. John Stevens.
cessful producers In the bus. 04, Beef At Its Best ROUND
Arriving this weekend are Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Port CCELI-EaG
Iness. Hunter once was an actor,
playing the love Interest In all teous Jr. and their three children, of Falmouth, Maine. '
Judy Canova movies. He's doing They will spend 10 days with Mrs. Porteous' parents SteaksIb. 79C
better now Prices Effective Feb. 24 Thru Feb. 26 Center Cut Smoked V
and Smith Gordon : i
He suggested I take over his Mr. Mrs. Stuart Drive. lb.

job for a day to find out. He Mrs. Carl Wenigmann of Lowell, Mass., and Mrs. STORE HOURS Pork Chops .
gave one suggestion: "Remem. Rush Brown of Sioux Falls, S. D., arrived today at the OPEN 'TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS. '
ber, you're the boss." '
I called In two pretty Holiday Apartments. They have been coming to Naplesfor OPEN 'TIL 9:00: P.M. FRI. Per 79c Mori. Tue*' Vfed.
.
secretaries-Lucy Garcia and a long time and will have a fine opportunity to OPEN 'TIL 7:00 P.M. SAT. Pound '
Anna Jane Sltton-and dictatedan greet many of their friends Monday at the Friends of the DEEP-COT 'SPECIALS'J
order to a liquor store for
six bottles of Dom Perignon, Library luncheon and fashion show, at the Beach Club. Quantity Rights Reserved -
1955. One bottle each was sent Mrs. Wenigmann and Mrs. Brown and Mrs. John Jewell

to the the stars-the producer's other office.three keptin will bs the guests of Mrs. William Mixer. Limit One With $3 or More Order MAXWELL HOUSE 10 oz.Insl. .

After all, Maurice Chevalieris Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clarke, who have many l
also one of the stars. And he friends here arrive Tuesday and will be at the Essex

knows champagne. During House for three weeks. The Clarkes live in Lakewood,
lunchtime I chatted over script
problems with Goulet and Ohio. Coffeeto;
Williams but got rid of them Other popular Ohioans, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Daviderof .

before After the a secretaries three-hour joined lunch me., I West Lake, will be leaving in a few days. They have tod/

visited the set. Director Jack been hare for over a month. Wednesday Mrs. Davider ,

Smlght was shooting a kissing gave a luncheon at The Moorings Country Club, and '_. iwwwm" mm! \,...,, .:otIl W:,>,'w. .. 1 I
with Sandra and
scene Williams.
It's Williams' first movie.The Thursday evening she and Mr. Davider hosted a dinner 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS SAVE lOc BLACKKNIGHT WHOLE UNPEEIEDApricots I""
guy was naturally shy about party for several of their Ohio friends.Mr. with this pupae .nd. the ,v"h..**f
kissing Sandra in front of 50 and Mrs. C. James Noell have moved from tlbby'i ,.

people.As .the boss, I stopped the the Sand Castle to their home on Banyan Blvd., and Sloppy. Joe "If,."' 59c I a
,
cameras and proceeded to show March 5th their first houseguests arrive. Their daughter, O..yKwl.Ch.'WI"'Oi.I.S..r.LIMIT ONI PIE CUSTOMER 1
Andy how to kiss a pretty girl.It Mrs. William B. Michael, Mr. Michael with Noell, Lisa, Chp."V.li..Th".lhf."rv.y26. Jt!:I

Said took Smlght 15 rehearsals.: "If this weren'tthe and Robert of Tulsa, Okla., will spend 10 days with No. Z1'/2

last day of the picture, I'd the Noells. SPEq OffEB 19
Can
recast Bacon in this part. He's NIHJ MMJNJHJl: UI
COCKTAIL PARTY o .,;
!
the lover
greatest screen since oot
Ernest Torrence." Friday, February 28th, Mrs. Richard Tucker is givinga 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS SAVE 10< INDIAN GEM
... ... .
with this i the perch .5Taste
Mvp.n
Said Hunter "This may drive cocktail party at the Port Royal Beach Club. The guestsof 0'Sea Frozen
me back to Judy Canova." honor will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Tucker Jr., of -. i
The next day, Hunter calledme Perch Steaks J.; 99 Plums
up and said: "You know, Pittsburgh.Back 0..d only Kwlk Ch.k WIDxl! *{"- Purple
you established a new first for for their third season at the Tropical Apartments LIMIT ONI r :CUSTOMERoup.e 10 ,
...... .
Hollywood. [ V.M Through } J.t a
are Mr. and Mrs. Mac McGeachy of Aurora, III.
Before I could answer, Hunter '
continued: "You have a son. And enjoying their second year are Mr. and Mrs. Edward w No. 2'/2

aFtdi Roger f night Bacon 1., I a -professional \. Hickey. The Hickeys live in ,,East Hartford. Conn,,. t' M I Can, 19 ..)
At the Town House annual'wlnter'visltorf include '
"You didn't give him a Job? 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS'a U.J
right? Mr. and Mrs. James Henry of Woodbury, N. J., here for with ." ..... .... pvrch.t. Unit Four Year Choice .
"You are now the only two months. And, Dr. and Mrs. George Rafferty, of Gold King Frozen
producer in Hollywood who who will also until first. P!S ;' ,'[":" ."",. .,IfrLP ,' .,. .. J
Swampscott, Mass., April
never hired a relative." stay Hush Puppies 3 for$100Oood SAVE 4c FRUIT FLAVORED -
Rear Adm. (ret) Lloyd Thomas and Mrs. Thomasare 'only Kwlk Ch.k Wlnn.DUlo' lt.r... ,
Recognize Red vacationing at the Beach Club. Mrs. Thomas organizedand LIMIT ONI :CUiTOMM Rro. Pi o.G.pm : -"
Valid. Through F.bruory 2* I I limit Four
'Chinese, Cuba, is national chairman of the litterbug Society. The I RoyniGelutin Choke 7c .
Society has already procured proclamations from 30 ttW'fI'fffJ'ffJltNWmtJW{ .
Methodists
1 Say states Including Florida (and expects more) for the observation SAVE lOc DETERGENT LIMIT TWO WITH OTHER PURCHASES
: TAMPA (AP)-The National of anti-litter week In April.
Methodist Board of Christian So.
cial Concerns favors increased One might wonder how Mrs. Thomas became so Lux Liquid I Slze19c
relations with Red China and interested in beating the drums against litterbugs, butit :,
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Cuba. It recommends that the
is a natural offshoot of other Interests. For many
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UnUdd Nations Include both Chi.
nese governments. years she has lectured for the National Garden Club and SAVE) DELICIOUS DIXIE DARLING

The recommendations, ap. Keep America Clean, Inc.
proved Friday, were directed to Don't forget to circle Friday the 28th. That is the Pound Coke M 39

the ference denomination's in April for general final action.con. I date for the Naples Hospital Auxiliary Whits Elephantsale. .
Everybody loves this annual event. This year the SAVE! DIXIE DARLING FAMILY LOAFEnrichedBrendZ
Other resolutions urged the
sale will be held In Mr. 966 't
church to reaffirm its stand for : Chlumsky's building at a
abstinence from alcohol and to i I Central Avenue.Mr. IOez. 49

expand peace. Its efforts for world and Mrs. John Cameron of Stamford, Conn., Loaves

One resolution proposed call.: # SAVEI DIXIE DARLINGCinnamon
Street, North.George.
ing upon the United States to;


"work Cuba.al tions", economic with toward mainland and increased political China cultur.rela and Washington Would Be I a h f Buns w: 29In : fr


"Policies of isolation. .have
led to more bitter enmity and, Amazed By Namesake Town
far from freeing any people in
those lands," have Increased authoritarian GEORGE Honolulu on business when his ,
:, Wash. (AP) U t' t tiiij
control, the resolution George Washington could dropIn wife telephoned to say the deal
said. on\ his namesake town today, had gone through.
he couldn't help but be amazed "You've got yourself a town.
Mayor.founder Charles Brown site-what are you going to do
portrays the first president In a with It?" she asked. $ /
red jacket and women In Brown announced he would f 1 1
":;>>0 _- .- pioneer dresses and scoop bonnets build a town called George, a 1 I Ir
FOR SUN FUN*FISH have Iced a birthday cake name suggested by an acquaint.
with maraschino cherries. once whose name he since has
Silver King ; The Tory red was an oversight forgotten.
Harm Doe*.) and Mrs. Brown said that In George's population now Is
) MODERN(Bolt SAFE FAST Reference to history they would nearly 300. Brown predicts up
FISHING CRUISER 9Ml change the Jacket to blue by to 4,000 five years from now.He .
July 4. has planted 300 lots about
Z-2837 or MI 2-3940 Brown, 60, started It when he half sold, for $825 apiece and

.... Capt. Cecil Lamb_ bought 339 acres of bleak prairie built a shopping center. He op. ___ _____ f
I land, midway between Seattle crates grocery, hardware and
r 7 r and Spokane In 1958. He was In furniture stores. %:! I _
George has a restaurant _
: named Martha Inn, a trailer
;;:: : court, public scales to weigh
61.< ../ Service hay trucks, a grade school with _
123 pupils and a community
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL flag pole topped by an ax.
All the streets are named for b Our DAIRY DEPT.A5TOR FROZEN CHOPPED
Phi MI 2.3696 '1175 Pine St. Naples; fl,. cherries The main street Is
Montmorency Blvd, for the variety Broccoli 3 sPkgs.k49c
:
of tree on which legend MRS. FILBERT'S I U I R.
America's Happiest Musical says Washington wielded his

New York Broadway hatchet. Margarine lb. 27'

Live Ttraatr Title Company BEECHNUT STRAINED MORE FRESH PRODUCE I


"CARNIVAL"'Mean ABSTRACT of Naples. Baby Food .10 I _*.hn 99c RUBY RED
Leslie Players"Patio ESCROWS

D* Leon ED 2-7962 Fort Myert Peppard MI 1-M5I Bldg. Lestoil 67c Tender Rhubarb 49c
WINTER PLAYHOUSE en Fifth .A..., So. 2a es. Size 2...

Feb. 25 thru Feb. 29 w. j. ",pa 0 DRY BLEACH

ADULTS RAVE.: Curtain 8:30 a.... ......,.. (:l;" Napl.., Lestaire 10.L Slxe 49c TENDER AND SWEET
CHILDREN U. It? B.. Office Ope I ,.... ')
8p rial Mat!***, Saturday 1 ,.... has SUNSHINE: HYDROXCookies. Crisp Carrots19'' '{ i

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 23, 1964IFAC they will leave for Sarasota. Dream House

..,.. .. Mr. and Mrs Richard Addison .
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..... e<<10:' n Y.M YM ..
have heard from their son, Pri :
.... vate Bruce Addison He has been i'i. For Golfers
transferred to Ft. Knox, Ky., e' r Y n -fY r'ye'
I'MA = from Ft. Jackson, S.C. SOUTHPORT, England (AP)-
N While eating oysters for din. Plane have been approved here
I L BY DIANE DOWERS ner Wednesday evening my dad, for a golfing motel In which
Robert T. Bowers, found a beau. every bedroom will contain a
+, s ,----JW as x as tlful tear.shaped pearl. putting green set out on carpet

Marjorie and Alex Tasetano to take guiding parties on the Mrs. Kelsey from Roanoke, of artificial turf. The brochure
art proud grandparents Of a new good old Path-Finder. Captain Ill., found the bottom plate of says this will enable guests "to
grandson Robert George Wine, Swanson has had tough luck this a set of false teeth on the Marco practice" their putting in privacy.
son of Chief Robert and Carol winter. He has gone to the dock, beach. She found them way out .
ready to take guiding parties and on the bar off the tracking sta The motel Is part of aSO-acre,
stationed In Cor.
Wine who
are
UnU found his boat sunk twice. We tlon. They have been turned In $2 million spread which Includesa
'/ pus Cristle, Texas with the hope all Is bright in the future to the Sheriff's office and will golf course 24.hour driving
ted States Navy. be swimming pools and artl
checked to see if they pos range
Dr. Lambert and daughter tidal ski runs
slbly could
belong toMr.Stallard,
Mimi from Marquette Mich., LOTS OF FUN r ?ra +e
the man that fell overboard abouta 9 y ?
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Klngsford of Marcc
Stanley Elders at the lodge. Mr. Highlands went to Bradenton tc found month ago and was never HEALTHrOPlcs
and Mrs. Frank Reentry from attend a Michigan NewagoCount
Trumtull Conn., have been picnic which is held In Brad en. Boyl) If you want to see some >
one thrilled and excited, you ,
returning to the lodge every year ton every year. She reports she
should in the Clouds
see "Up -
for quite a long time. Mr. and had more fun than a kid at i
Katie Johnson." She and Nina .. ___ __ .. _. ._ ; I
Mrs. Hapson have been coming circus. Mrs. Klngsford said that r _' '" 0 ---- \
Ellis In the doubles tournament
won *
r to winter at the lodge since she was happy to see again friends in the city bowling tournament ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of the 20-unit Fairways Motet canal for fishing facilities, landscaping of the site,

ers.1951. Dr.They and are Mrs.both Tate great of shell.Des whom years. she had not seen in 35 Sunday at Brook.Me Bowl. planned by Mr, and Mrs Carl Anderson as the and other preliminary work is presently under way A Your S.rric Local cl Medical Your, Doctor Society el Udicin and the.

Moines, Iowa, are also guests.Mr. Other guests at the lodge are Nina rolled a 193 and Katie roll. first commercial building to go up in Palm River The motel will feature construction of red wood Florid kftdlctl Allocution.GARBAGE .
ed 151. This Is two
and Mrs. Fritz Grummer Mr. and Mrs. Jim Putman from a a row for Nina. She yearsin and Estates The $125,000 motel will be located at the and crab orchid stone, a swimming pool to be Included DISPOSALI!
of Iowa are yearly visitors of Washington D.C. Mr. Putman
the lodge and are enjoying fish. is a writer for Geographic Ma. Katie bowled for Corwin Shells. entrance to the golf and country club. Constructionstart Plans call for efficiency apartments in the HEALTH PROBLEMOne

Inc off the lodge dock. Mr. gazlne. They have been enjoy. won Last fie year doubles.Nina and Mrs. Corwin is planned for late spring, but widening of the motel. The architect is Richard W Morris, ALA of the big health problem .

Gordon from Des Moines Iowa ing the fishing and shelling with Mr. and Mrs.Jackie Thompson > of today is safe disposalof
Is also a guest of the lodge. two Junonlas to treasure that and son Keith, Lois Howard and The ladles all belong to the to the Island of Marco. Binoculars Bontecon from Amenla N. Y.; Phil Harris trash and garbage A surprising -
Mrs. Jean White from Atlantic were found on Coconut Beach. Lorraine Addison attended the lime club In Roanoke Ind. were used to draw the two Mr. and Mrs. John Noble Brownof amount of garbage pilesup
City and Marco and Mrs. Helen The pretty little sailboat an. Sam Todd Revival In Fort My. Gladys and Matt Kuszyk are closer and it was seen that they Harwich Mass.; Mr. Parsonsof in even a small community
Thomas from Philadelphia fish chored in Smoke House Bay be. in a few days, and garbage U a
and needed help. Smithof
Tuesday evening Anotherson expecting guests. Mr. Mrs. They were en route Louisville Ky.; Harry Named DirectorOf
era well known
ed off the lodge dock, and Mrs. longs to Mr. and Mrs. George source of trouble
Kevin returned home with Phillip Russell from St. Peters. from Goodland to Fort Myers Brookline Mass., and Mr. from flies and other insects and
White caught a Whiting. She was Houseman lie has been help. the group after a brief stay with burg Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker when the motor of their boat and Mrs. Mark Laurie. rats mice and other verminMost .
so excltedl ing put the new addition on the from Bay Michigan. decided Guests of Snook Hole are Judge Edgewater
his grandmother, Mrs. Luella City, froze. They to try and cities and! towns have
Captain Swanson is now ready Ed Warner home. From here Doxsee.Mr. Dr. and Mrs.George Hlndrlcks swim to Marco for help. Badger and party consisting of reasonably efficient pickup and
t of Roanoke Ind., are In the Drop When they got In the channel five couples who are here for an Phil D. Harris a long time disposal services for garbage '
and Mrs. Robert Bear Anchor Trailer Park. They cal. the current and wind was too extended stay; Mr. Herman) Robert resident of the Naples area, but the householder must do
NO JOB TOO BIG of Roanoke Ind., called on Loda led on Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughes strong and they soon turned back. Walker and party who hada has been appointed managing his part too. Sanitary storageof
OR TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE and Jim Hughes Saturday P.M. Saturday.Mr. They were members of the Col. beautiful catch of sheepshead director of the Edgewater Beach refuse requires observanceof .
on their way to Miami. and Mrs. Andrew Stablerof Her County survey crew. Mr. off the dock of the Snook Hole; Announcementwas a few simple rules-
9 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wlnebren. Miami are visiting Mr. Stab Woods and Mrs. Homrich from Dr. Barton who caught two snook; Apartments I Providing and using properly
made E.H. covered containers
Since 1919MEANS ner of abash, Ind., spent Sat. ler's brother and wife, Mr. and the Islander rescued the boys. Walker Candelot of Briston, 1 the Maintaining the containers
Marhoefer. of
owner
urday night with Lola and apan-
Jim Mrs. Charles Stabler, who are Vern Bush was on jury dutyIn Captain Bob Kerr fished Mr. in a clean sanitary condition
Hughes. Mr. Winebrenner went staying at the Snook Hole. Naples this past week. Gallagher and friend from Cincinnati ments. .1'lacing the containers in the
.
RELIABILITY'TOM fishing with Clyde Wilson. They And Mrs. Laura Cummings of Chlo. Catch Included reds, Harris resigned as managerof right place at the right time
returned to their winter homeIn RISKY VENTURE Port Marco caught aseverwpound trout, snapper.Mr. the Rod and Gun Club In for the pickup trucks.
Clearwater Fla. There was quite a lot of ex. sheepshead. and Mrs. William D.Read. Everglades to accept the position Draining liquid from gar
LOGAN PLUMBING Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welker cltement at the Islander Motel Guests of the Islander Include log who own and operate the Pine with the Edgewater Beach bage and! bundling bulky
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stab Tuesday when two boys were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bontecon, Lake Trout Club near Chagrin Apartments. He assumed the .rubbish
46S Fifth Are, So. Phone MI 2.2923 or MI 2-4402 ler were dinner guests of Loda spotted trying to swim across daughter and son.ln.law of the Falls, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. duties of his new position Frl When required, separating
and Jim Hughes Sunday evening. from the far side of Marco Bay Charlie Lions. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reading of Shaker Observance garbage, ashes of these and rubbish
Heights, Ohio, spent a few day day.Harris precautions
formerly was mana- i is a small price to pay for
in Marco with and
visiting Mr.
ger of the Beach Club Hotel. the protection you will receive
Mrs. Edgar Brown. They arrivedIn against disease, accident, fires
the Wayfarer n, a G.M.A.C. and vermin. Dioeasc-bcarniR in-
MOVE: IN TODAY bus they had specially built for Below Johnson sects! and animals are attractedto
traveling which Is very well an unsanitary environment.
equipped. The bus will sleep To Give SpeechesAt .Ml containers should be me.
six people. The Readings have tal or plastic and should have
made two trips to the World's ToastmastersTed tight.fitting lids It is advisable:
Fair in Seattle, Wash., and are Below and Johnny to provide some type of enclosure
hO that the 1
surrounding
now touring the east and west Johnson are scheduled as area can be kept clean and no .
NEW COMPLETELY FURNISHED coast of Florida.Mr. speakers for the regular meeting the containers will not be easily
and Mrs. Edgar A. Brown of Naples ToastmastersClub upset by stray animal
ot Shaker Heights Ohio, had Improperly stored garbage is '
as guests for a week Mr.and Mrs. at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday unsightly as well a*, unsamtiry
Wesley Johnson of Pepper Pike, night at the Rainbow Restaurantwith Your physician urge everyone
WATERFRONT HOMES Ohio, and Tavares, Fla. A dinner Harry Nell as an alter- to examine hill trash and garbage .
party for 27 was given at disposal facilities and 1
the Marco Lodge In honor of them nate.Vince Conboy will act as make certain they are sanitary.

and Mrs. Charles Glrtmann, toastmaster of evening. The
daughter of the Hasklns Rldens. Invocation will be given by Attorney British WinningU.
The following guests attended: George Vega while A.P.
Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Cozart Mr. Ayers will Introduce the mem- S. ScientistsLONDON
and Mrs. Marshal Hall, Mr. and
bers and guests. Table topics AP-Home Secretary
Mrs. Haskins Rldens Mr. and ( -
Mrs. George Wood, Mr.and Mrs. will be assigned by Ted Henry Brooke claims that
Ernest Rice, Mr. and Mrs.Char. Thorward. Britain is winning scientists
les Lyon Mr.' and Mrs Fdrdl. Gabe Luff will serveasmaster from the United States:as well
nand Wyckoff Mr. and Mrs. Fred evaluator with Max A.Weston as losing many through the
Hamlln Mr. and Mrs. William and Cliff Wenzel as his highly publicized "brain drain"
Reading, Mr. and Mrs. Edward evaluators. Rhys Beatty will across the Atlantic.
Reading Mr. and Mrs.RA.Grlf.fis. be grammarian Bruce Mumm Brooke told a Conservative
All the guests greatly enjoyed timer and Jim Koffel wizard party meeting Friday nights
Margie's cooking and the auras of ahs. "There is not so much publicity
live table setting. for those scientists who move
from America to Britain and
140 have moved from the United

I -. rRead .t the W 1ntAds: States country to in take the positions last couple In this of

1e'' Beautifully landscaped and planned for spacious, gracious living. This two- years."

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area are exceptionally large The all-electric kitchen is a housewife's dream

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t4S11RED SECTION GETS RSULiIi'iI[ ? dimmer Week County County issued Building-Building$70,665 16 Official permits Carl add.




: week.construction ing up to $70,669 during worth the of put new '*



When Informed that the W
..- . ... .- .. . .. . p. . . . _-_ _. ._ ----_.-- matches exactly the number figure of

square miles in North Dakota, i|

Clemmer turned and said,

PHONE- 2-2/07. PHONE2207 PHONE- 2-2/07 PkJ- ) -2107. "Hmm. M

Biggest permit of the week was a

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---- for l6OOO for 3
a $ residence Oscar

Announcement 14-Help Winted Male 44-Mobile Homes 57-Houses For Sale 57-Houses For Sale 0-59-Acreage 65-Gen. Real Estate Angwin to be built on Little Mare

co Island. Russell Schafor is r
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STUDIO GIRL COSMETICSFor Part time help Retired or semi Furnished Trailer, fenced with House cons:sis of two bedroo' I Acre Tract on black op read '0.,= I.bedoo". .b.tll the contractor.
Studio Girl cosmetic call retired man preferred Few landscaping T.V. antenna; t bdrm. unfurnished house 94S 1H baths Living room. Dining 17750 with Terms CARIB' home 547SO0 i Gilbert Oliver took out $10,800 i
Ml 101" _Order now, hours day shift weekends Ap. St 500 Term See this Mobile 6th Ave So MI 2 MSI. 2/16tf room kitchen (plenty of obi. BEAN REALTY 3750 N Tarn Custom"styled Ibedrooms.; permit for a house at Naples 4
Criyton Cave Standard Home today! at Lake Kelly net) Family room (air cond semi Irail" Midway 21155 I beth --- .521.000|
rfO.: ;U Q H. LUFF 421 9th SI. No: } bdrm j bath homo Florida room storage closet 2/l6tfe 1 bedroom t beth _III.loo Villas. Carl Gild Jen was issued >

PLAZA BEAfn SALON Midway, 2227016tf Lovely iris' secluded spot on pond with wather A alec water heat 2 bedroom I beth ...$14.100Rr I a $6,000 permit for a watermelon i
1(26 E. Tamlnml Trail >/ or tarport with, storage closet
Midway 26672 side of North Lake Dr. one end Terrace House is o. Five acre tract I mile from >member. to rent. buy or shed and office east of U.S. 41 .
16-Help Available {} It. Palace House Trailer block from beach I block CBS ConslructOn T.rauo City limits High and dry land .II" contact Gild. '4
near the north county lino.
from Beach Club guest house each tract usa
SP/T ra7ni s'eaps four 1700 MlAS floors. electriC wall II..t.r. road to par Lucille Ottt Leah Brown,
BONITA SPRINGS .
I/Z3 carport fireplace air condo Electric and refig n. Icr. Marlowe and Beck R..I.lor. den took out a $10,000 foundation
In bedroom. "Punha" fan range 1th So MI 21221 Virgil M4rCII. Bob Jaeger
one 4IJ Ave
announces College Graduate seek employ. In living room partially furnished eluded The Lot it 70 X 150"A"r..l'ff 2/1I.lIt. 13 Ith f> N. permit in December for the 300

Charm and Reducing Class. mint. Degree. But Ad. Eip if desired 200 front ft. compleie. with" sprinkler Sys'teyss by ICWoot ahed.Immokalee .
In typing filing. clerical work. -Trailers For Rent trees and shrubs Must DEWEY'POLLYREALTY
of unable to be seen
as forming now. (Adult or Writ P. O. Boo 103. Naple from property street Drive In and see b. seen I. o. apr.c.t.d lilt Acres on Slat Highway construction was '
Teens classes Call WYman 2/20.Zl.n Locate 40* blocks from :!41. 160 ft road frontage In
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149500 Ml' 25360 F L. Yte paced by a $9,000 permit for a
Trailer
for
rent Special! low b..cll. ci 450 Ird Ave NoPlijne section 21 Township, (I South
.t.?301,_Bonita Sf.'lngs Fla. Semi.retired cute desire 20 rate to retiree and ION noome '200"*.N,. Lake Drive !' Ml 246J4Ne .. Range' 21 E Only 112 100 with commercial building of 1,800 I
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to 21 hr*. par week Wall vrt folk*. Trailer, spaces IS 00 per good terms Best Buy CARIBBEAN 4
Home. looted at Aqua58Lots feet for Bonnie Bee
Wills Hair Fashions. 417 5th ed; ..1... auto finance rentals' week Fishing docking pnviege Brand new, 2 bdrm. CBS House REALTY. 3710 No Tarn squire
Ave. So. Ml 2 7431. lane ."0.... 2 baurooms. nicelandscaping loll Jewel, Bo. Avenue. Royal' >
Speciallimg open to offers to beep buay *. with carport ceiling heat land H' (ami Trail, Midway 2 tilt Farms Jim Moody took out an
Bot
Wrote
In all branchsi o. beauty ia.r.vice. Ml t-71(7. 2/202121 leaping. eitra large kitchen : Harbor Waterfront seawall.
IIZOSt ROCK CREEK with birch cabinets. 1202 Trail H. Napln.. Napies H'gh A.rt I'. ","*, central heat and air, 2 bdrmt $8,640 permit for construction
TRAILER PARK Terrace Drive. No Naple Irom city oily> I five acre 2 baths porch, garage $19.950: of four rental units In Immokalee. .

22 Musical Rsar of 2/1 Sit For SaleA larcel nm..n" 10'. bown W. Crawford is a''
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Instrument Airport ISO per -nonlh Philip N 5yi5. 1651 Mandarin Rd t bdrms.. building
Boats-Motors-Acces.. SEASONAL RENT BEATER I P 0 Bs loll Naple; Midway 2 bathe central, heal and air $3,873 residence at Immokalee. -
torch Assume
PIANO 47-.Tr.iUr Lots For Sale bedroom house on Frank Whitman '-.2'sllii gaga No carport closing costs 12 mort.000dn C. E. Jernlgen is making $4,000

Blvd North Naple 16500 nice. high LOT In Naples Acre Camp tile tin A'iH" III.900. worth of additions to his Immo.
For Sale' : 21 ft. Denials built and you will. know where you Park near Vanderbilt Drive. J'j acre I mile from Golden
Boat 141 H P. straight I. Case Kelly attractive Mq61'Home un spend nest winter comfort' Has well On premises. Owner, "is Gate, I mile north ef proposed 141 Ith St No. 1 bdrms I kalee residence. Joe Brown took
Chrysler fresh water cooledTeak I ; Beautiful spinet site. landscaped well and ably, One this before you .head very ill. will tell for 1750 cash Ft Lauderdale rued $695 CASH bath fireplace carport. good out $1,500 permit for construe
deck Loaded with extrea pump. septic tank fane on beck to the froten North CARIBBEAN See Thitl CARIBBEAN REAL absolutely the finest investment. 'Investment (12950
E. Turner & Sons. Inc.. Piano in new one aide, must be teen to be *e REALTY. 1750 No TY. 3750 No Tamiaiml Trail speculation in Collier County lion of a 33 by 110.foot hangar

Midway 2.2255. con- R predated. 12075 Q H LUFF; Trail' Ml I 2 Sill 2/2ltNf Mid...." h.alSlSindusirial today O H LUFF H E Brok I Ier Lot 21 Block 9. Royal' Harboroverlooking at the county airport at Immo.
E Broker 421 Ith St. No
dition. Lot Radio Ill Ith St No Midway' bay seawall. Cost
SPECIAL Greatly reduced Midway 12271 on Road 2 2270 kal...
RETIREMENT HOMES on it Mi E of Airport toned C' II 600 sacrifice 11950
19 ft. fUwrgUsa "Crosby" in price Michigan, Ave. 4 now under "((00 5 300'. 12.500 with terms. 79 Acres wairli 'nl 'ov r '7''. Eldon MerrItt is building a
about twin 40 HP consrtuction 2 yet to be told mile on ater mtss to Gulf. Lot' 14 |11th Ave So Aque $3,000 guest nous a on Jeffer.
run Apartments For Rent Buy new and choose all your ci th.,w h ,. n f.,' "it,I,ilinnd lane. waterfrenl, costioo:
terms can be J/ Acre Lots i 150 sacrifice, 150. son Avenue In East Naplea. Tony
Johnson motors with only ar Home colors; III,470 CARIBBEAN ts'.II2. 00 dn Del Wo $11. A ii. Terms
REALTY 3750 No. Trail per mo" CARIBBEAN HTAI IY ana. Mirra is making a $2,800 add!.
15 hra. since new. 2 18 ranged. Write to Ml 26155 2/tOif'fl' Dick Hill Broker Nu 1i>.' V :.i* y '.. Lot 11 Banyan Blvd High lot lion to his East Naples home.
EBB TIDE APTS overlooking Gulf tecrit, ca at
: Office
control at the
all
rat raa tanks Box 1737 N Na- Weekly Monthly Season "W"M Puce of mind ia Ml I 24303 Hilhou to.lJtf.th $5950'VINCECONBOY Sam Flint Is putting up a store

etc 4 wheel "Rocket" trailer Modern furnished Efficiencies what you buy with, this 4 bedroom '/ 61' "Income Property building at Immokalee 20 by
& bedroom apt. 2 bath CBS homo Com. ,
complete package) ples._ Kelly Rd.. E. Naples. !t.pletely' furnished: including dishwasher : ; 71 K I3S Residential Lot l.v.l. 50 feet, for $2,000. Five other

$1895. See at 1650 Murex Used Wurlitzar electrIC piano '/23St rtf. washing carport large machinestove utiliIty ready to build 11100 Phone The Bide.A.Wee Apartments are permits totaled $2,970. Construe

Drive, or call Bill Tucker 64 kaayboard 'In good condition ed Mod.rn11 APARTMENT bed oom with unfurnisn room, solar scresned walk Owner Mldwey I IllS For Sale Including extra 100 5 919 Slh Avi. Parkway tion In the county ao far la ruivnlng *.-
sno Perfect for email room or'traveling ComputebRchen. : 'ISO multi family toned lot along Ph Ml 2.1149APTOR *
Near beach and beautifully landscaped grounda PORT ROYAL Lot 122 Galleon about $200,000 ahead of
shopping
Midway 2-425 Excellent 'In house trailer Ml for
and id Eicellent
BY SEASON OR YEAR garden toola city water Drive For Sale or Trade ( opportunity ULCCo "
Bur! 2.54.7. 2/23 111 tmAya. So. Ml 2."13OWNERS sewer 'Close to school and Write G. J. Herbert 2620 PottRoad Home, Income and Invest Op Apt Overlooking Golf or 1803.
__ __ immediate possession DarIen Conn meni. because of poor Bay, I 2 lie
'Pln'r : !. '_ ._ ._ S.lh:1I or bedroom pith
large ttudio efflciency ; appt. call CARIBBEAN health' CARIBBEAN 1 reetonabie. turn,shed or unfurn .
YACHT BROKERAGE 23-Mltc. For Sale Air condo beat REALTY 3750 N. Trail Pine Ridge I Iront corner lots REALTY. Midway 2 111. !. 'or.ppontm.nt .shed. Shoreline', Apts tOtS

Complete Naples Listing Compl. furnished MI 2.2792mo Ml 2 6155 2l9fwDUPLEX a 10 and *H block' "E" on Gulf Shore Blvd across Ire"Mention Nab Mexican

Fine Inboard Boat From 20 Set of four 14th St. No. 2/112920 Bouleverd A Center IS.. House) .
Bob Martin MI2.1757 Mscuregor' Wood.con.i.tln. LOvelyCBS WILLIAM T. FRIEND Want to net lOb Let us show,
by owner
of 1. 2 'u7
# 3. 4. I. 1911 bedroom Apt. For
lIunk.Smth Chrl..Cr.ft Sal.spo"R'fsF' .. R'l't. lott Furnished, 742 N Street you the possibilities on these 2duplenes
modela, Used only I teaton nithed or unfurnished Season on 2 good High I-.00 DOWN buy n 2
-- -- Income water alee t good East Haven, ConnI6 In North Naples Almost BR Diplomat On
sHERMAN2' Original cost Silo will tell for month or year round. On Gulf city 100% rale All home on canal A real buy
well I Close to everything 113 / IfsGulfshora occupancy
at 111 9JOM .
Ft. Ulrlckson flying bridge $45. Ml "47 2/23 Shore Blvd nice view of Bay lour units furnished Asking.
So. Near (lust
Palm St
225 Gray Marine. sleeps three. or Oulf. Call Midway 2 2159 or 900 2115 a 170 ft. Butlnett Lot on
Food Bank '"'.1'I lot leading to Bayand UI.600 Be a landlord not a
"II Davis Blvd II.500.
with fishing chair '
complete
Gulf Good terms CollierI tenant CARIBBEAN
REALTY
Drug ChargeNEW
and many oth.r Coins Top 26-Personal I bedroom furnished Kitchef I County Real Estate Ml 21919 J/iO N. Trail Ml 26115. 60 ft. Trail Frontage near 4th
condition 14950 00 Call Burton living room dining room. w.k Small furnished horn. 15.000. 2/Uttwlhs 2/2UUI Ave, No IIS,000.
Bros 2212 ''V 7 "'NIX or y.u.round Ph many trees. quiet I location I Several taawalled lots on N*'
__ __ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ml M60I or t jail Marlowe, and Beck Realtor, 413 What have you to offer Must pie Bay Make an offer YORK (AP) Three

f-or Sale: 16 ft. Thunderbird Men Women. with drinking EfIciencies' Day, Weebr SIN Av*. So Ml 2 6221 problems Call .
Ml 2770. Meet K. Pine I Extension,
Month (IRIS MOTEL Ml 2/Ottth Ridge detail Boa I717W Collier Tenth
complete with, 2 Johnson outboard ) St. No Ml I IMS ambassador to Bolivia have
rigs Tuesdays and Fridays I )( 22302 Ml 2.1155. CARIBBEAN, REALTY, 1750No ,
or News
County 2/202121 I
'In water lets than I Two bedroom House with c.r t/IITM
P m Ctttage Firat BaptIst Trail, Ml I 26151 t/lllf been arrested in connection with
rear let* than half price! Church: Attractive 2 bdrm. -Apt. within" port patio. Has built n ri\t Nice 2 Apartment Unit 1 block Nice Apartment Unit 1 block
Ith St., So. dishwasher. ; disposal I: Efficiencies, Day, Week 01 the smashing of a $13.9wnUllon
walking distance of beach and to Gulf. Good Income. See ill to Gulf Good Income. See ill!
Month ,
213th27F1CHRIS Terms to MOTEL
Good right people (IRIS ) Ml
Professional Service shopping $UI per week or MOO Wonderful opportunltll. CARIB. .2.2302 or Ml 11151 362 7th Ave So 2/lltf 111 _ilk Ave. So: "| "* international narcotics ring.

monthly 2/20tf BEAN REALtY. usa No. TI. Spotless CBS 2 bedrm tile beth, EeKe 5K5aS2SSB 953 3E5E9Rec'9 Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy

.. depth finder CRAFT. Like Twin en ANNETTE C. WINN. Realtor Midway 2 6155. "It1.t For Sale Wooded Lot near. utility rm plus workthop Sep said the arrests Friday were
new Income Tax Return 625 Ith St So. '
fn. .00. Mil S340 or MI 2175: prepared Flew house corn.r d' 6th St. Shadowlawn School city water arate efficiancy apt. Nicely: the result of a Joint three.year
by Man
Weiton former tanconsultant available, Easy .Tsrms. Call I landscaped with, fountain. In
Garage Apt. with garage. TV A 1st Av*. .. Close to town Vets AdvisedTo
Service of for Miami Little Call River Midway:Tan cable, near downtown By weekor and beach Ml 2 6779 broker Midway 2 6192 Ir sea your' City,.rAn.46W.500.;:: Torii; investigation by the Bureau of
month
2/23.25.26 Narcotics
2 2270 for appointment St.", 2/16IBts.21.22 the Bureau of Cus.

Business art Real, Estate Office, 421 9th i bedrooms. 2 bath. It\40 block Lot. Sabal Shore. Convenient Make toms, the Royal Canadian
Opps.FOR St, No.. afternoona or evening to beech On Central Av*. 131 Locetion Price. 1795 JIM. Waterfront CheckOf Mounted Police and the French
49-Houses For RentGu.r 500. alas deluxe living room dn. David C Jones. Realtor 351 Property
LEASE: PROFITABLE. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER A Florida room combination with 6th Ave So Ml 2.3142Oyster Surete Natlonale.

WELL.LOCATED HIGH.GAL. Notary Ruth Anderaon. Real fireplace' screened porch and Bay Subdivision: Lot 0fjt Beachfront 100x900 ft. Gulf Kennedy also said U.S. au.
-
lATE LONAGC, STATION MODER > Ettate Office. opposlt. court HOUSE I BLOCKS enclosed and garage Also Includeddraped f ) 7A f :llln'ao; Sandpiper ... to Bay lot on South Naple* BeneficiaryA thorlltos ''have wor.edJ&& the
NVESTMCNT carpeting.
REQUlMJ freUM' M C. Trail Ml 2 2654 or FROM BEACH Seasonal rental. Tome 1 and Concrete I ? '
Shores 4 miles south ef Gerdor letter
vfc
ED. McBride. Realtor. 532 Park SI. routine from a' closest cooperation olTWTJfcv.ernment
ONLY RESPONSIBLE Ml 13117 2lttfa33Sofv.ces $200 per month J. W. DY. .", .11" For quick aale 11760 Pas 20' 20' 112.000 .
e cottage
QUALIFIED' APPLICANTS CHES. REALTOR. 1144 3rd St So. Ml I 2.6544. 2/1'" J. F.Wllllama. Rt. 1. Box 211 cash teran who asked the Veterans of Mexico which has
REPLY BOX SOUTH Ml 12452 2/16tf f Ocela. Fla. 2/20.21.13.24.21
1737 R. 2/16.192326 In Royal Harbor Royal' Harbor waterfront lot Administration a question soncernlnc played a strong part In the International .
Offered Furnl.hod or un'urn.hed I t rmb"t See Wall and Dock. 11400
*. boat dock fireplace fl'
his Insurance revealedthat
: x 100 Homealta 1 blocksto effort to
fEXACO 7NC LETCST bdrm. house In Brookside VII. suppress
: FOR
and porch 12 s 64 with Dick Hill
Broker
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beach Sth St No $4.600
a MODERN I BAY SERVICE RUBBER STAMPS lags by year or by season. Ml barbecue. Marlowe and Beck he had foreottan to name the Illegal trade in narcotics.
that Tom McBride. Realtor, 632
Office et the Hllhoui Co.
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID make a good Impreition. 2532$ or" MF 24029. 2/20tf Retltors 413 Sth Av*. So Ml Park St. So Ml '.'144 2/lltf Ml 24101 hit bride of a year aa beneficiary Henry 1.. Giordano, commls.sloner .
TRAINING PROGRAM AND filStflfrl
GUEST HOUSE available In 2 S22I
FINANCIAL I I ASSISTANCEAVAILABLE Any list. Quick .service. North Naples I minute to 71 100' Homesile. 1 blocks 1/Ills lie had died without change of of narcotics, said a little

CONTACT DON Collier County NEWS. beache Kitchen, Dinette, Llv PRIVACY S COMFORT to beach 3rd Avo Ho. 14,700. Oyster Bay Subdivision Lot 7 beneficiary the claim would have over two pounds of heroin were

ABERNATHY, TEXACO. INC. Ing room two bedroom and I bedroom. 2 baths. with park Tom McSrida Reeltor 132 and 7A fronting en SandpiperSt been paid to his wealthy sister seized In New York and more
Ed 74122. I/20tl St. So Ml 2 144 2/lllf
Secluded private road one and and Snail Bay, "ConcreieSeawall"
screened In pool over
patio
SEA WALLS :r'k: from: Tamtam! Trail one acre of beautifully, ,land. Two extra large loIs on 10th; For quick tale. 11750 Tommy Kehoe, County Veteran than 130 pounds were seized In

SMALL MOTEL.APTS.-NEAR Completely furnished and all seeped lot In Pin Ridge Let Avenue. Lake Forrest. Block J. F. Wllllama Rt 1. Boa OIl, Service Officer, pointed out there Montreal by the Royal Canadian .
BEACH HAS EVERYTHING. CONCRETE WOOD ROCK utilities' paid 160 00 per week us you what II94M) willbuy C, Lot Noe. 3 and 4. Reaaon Ocala Fla 2/2011212421 Mounted
: hO'o are cases like this without num. Police
or 122 per month Call. between to CARIBBEAN I
.
OWNER BUILDING I I.ARGER able. Writei Mr Frank Span
MOTEL EXCELLENT INCOME Foundation Piles 400 pm and 9:30: psi.: MlI REALTY 1750 No Tamiaml car, 1121 W. Pryor, Chicago' 43Illinois Goodland property unique aprommately double waterfront 47 ber..all because of the failureof The Justice Department said

MI 27521 4026 2/20.25.23 Trail Midway, 2-6HS 2/13AI6 feet on Ooodland Bay at one many veterans to keep their the seizure represented the see

2/20tfsth Docks Mooring Whip 1 ad bedroom.TH except for bath built un'urn"h.'In clove" WePave complete title record 162/1 M ISO MultI' family lot oncorner and end 47 Property feet on consists canal at of other two beneficiary listing's up to date. ond largest shipment of heroin

SAO EN Automatic drydocks carpeting. drape and air con. on all land See us advertised for In this*bstreets near tth Av*. 15,000 percels. One about 47 R 100 The law requires the VA to ever smuggled into the United
-Catl-Petl Options, Yearly Call J W. paper' your Phone owner. Midway I 2.3719: ,. 47 45 feet Small
-Dog .t. other States
ABBOTT Dyches. Realtor Ml 2.2452. Title Co of Naples 2/IStfs black top road run between pay Insurance claims to the bene.neler and Canada. The heroin

Tom in. 2/23 ... them On Goodland Point, Oya )' named by the veteran. Too came to 134 pounds, federal

Unusual long haired Chihuahua.isIe. itadio Road Lake. Front f bath Beauty with _.ereenec'porch 3 bedroom A nice, high LOT In Naples tar Shell Near Marina Canal' often, Kehoe laid, the origInal agents aald.Kennedy .
Sill to highest bidder, In. r.042 '.431) .4471 I 1 bedroom House. furnished 'In Park parcel has wooden dock and
jpiiPin* Ridge Apt*. May I city. I47S for season CAMIB 2 years old. Double carport Mae well near on Vanderbilt Drive ......11. $I."'. Mr. R. E, Hat of beneficiaries, compUed said the $13.mllllon
In premikw Owner I
:Audloff. 2/IS.IB.l9.20.21 VIC'S ; built electric range r* Grant Bonita Spring. Fla2fl when the Issued Is value placed the seized
SHOE REPAIR Com. BEAN REALTY, 1750 No Trail frig. washing machine: living vary III will sell for 1750 cash policy was on hero.
pleto Shoe Service Dyeing and Midway' ZIII5.Lo"'y room has studio ceiling fireplace See This! CARIBBEAN REAL >stw3t sadly out of data. The most in was at current underworldrates
> Wanted rfimehlng, 12} 6th Ave. So. : CBS on larie I acre la hi TY, 3750 N. Tansialml' 'nil, WATERFRONT LOT with *<.
:
12-Help 2 bdrm. 2 bath house on in this
for obsolete list
It
common reason
country. wouldbe
Naples.38Autos side of North Lake Dr. front ,lot In Pine Ridge all this MIdway' 2 619! $. cess to Bay, A corner 111 iM
pond
Most secluded spot one block for lust III 000 Sound GOOd? J loins loIn On Morningeid' with city water available Ints are marriages, remarriages worth far more, he said, In
DrIve .
Male or female' help Apply in For Sal. from beach 2 blocks from It 11' CARIBBEAN REALTY North Napl. 100' a 131' shortly Pin trees good ne"ghbor divorces and deaths. Canada.
person at Lamplighter Caftarla Beach Club Furnished fire 1750 No. Trail Midway 2 61SS '/23H *. close to town, 12.000 with
Z/20.ZI.23 and carport. Call Ml 1700 down and 175 monthly, Veterans should write to the Arraigned before U.S. Dint

race 2/15th 2 br. cottage on Heldermen RUTH ANDERSON. Broker VA office to which they send Judge Edward Welnfeld were
Grill help for day or evening. JEEP. Cuslsmied like new Creek with car port and utill WATERFRONT Opposite courthouse on E. Trail
Applv afternoons .t Vanderbilt Sea at Naples Awning Glass ty room. 50' e 200' woods lot DREAM Ml 22654 or MI 21167 their Insurance payments, being Salvador Pardo43olland, 99, the

Beach Beech Sundries' Vanderbilt Z/20.Zl.U .or at 1069 Broad Ave ho.Phev. A LoIs yard of room.you can I bdrm take pride i path in. with. boat dock Furmahed OVERLOOKS f/lltf careful to live their full name Mexican ambassador to Bollveli

tALES Ml Convert. $4 t... '165 Cool 'In summer warm In win 1 bedroom A. Condo house on DOCTOR PASSOn. 79 Acre waterfront. over a te* and policy number aa well u | Carlos Mild, 60, employedby
HELP WANTED. FULL 2.6015, aft., 4:30: P tar 115 00 month yearlybasis 10th mile on water access to Gulf
a St No. Kwik Chek
near of THE MOORINGS the old and new beneficiary. the Uruguayan Foreign Mine
TIME 40 HR I DAY WEEK. 2/25 4tWanted :: fin
b optioned Buy show by Beeutlful
or can |77 per mo V. A Mortgage eel waterfront lot can |j..p.
ALL COMPANY BENEFITS. Perfect sill 1412 Acre, Term Laity in Montevideo and who
like rent Wesley Downing Dick Hill Broker for ground per ,

GRANT APPLY CO AT OFFICE NAPLES SHOP-W. T. 2119.ZJw.Realtor MI t2179 Office at MI the 2.4301 Hilhou Co. J, W.your ci hREALTOII CARIBBEAN. MIdway REALTY 26111. 1150o.Trail. ings.The VA will help when a vet*, claimed to be in New York for

PING CENTER : 55 or 11 Chevy body has the old bene diplomatic
1144 Ird ran forgotten purposes) and Rene
IT.
.
SOUTH
2/n ,14 i. ia te and chan. In good condition t bedroom I* beth unfurnished LOTS OF TR-US'PLUS ftboM
.
without cii 'H' flclary listing by sending him Bruchon SO said by the Dee
engine or trana State except for built 'In stove. TO BUILD ANOTHER HOUSE WATERFRONT DREAM a ,
111 WEEKLY AND MONEFor price and condition. Bon 12602 carpeting drape and air con. OR SMALL APT BLDG HOuse microfilm copy of the old listing partment of Justice to be a
reliable man or woman to. Ga. T.ch. Atlanta U. G. dlton.r. Yearly Call J. W. has two bedroom two bathroom "LAKEFRONT OVERLOOKS Frenchman
2/23.25:3/1 IOT" aa wall as new beneficiary dill(. deported from the
service' customer In Naple Dyches. Realtor Ml 2 2452 *. two kitchen living DOCTOR PASSOne
Full or pert tim*. No Invest 1/23 room.dining room with reverse 121 frontag en Palm Circle nation form to be filled In with United States in 1940 and ID
men!. Write C. .). Ruble Dept '' air Two in Beautiful RIDGE LAKES of THE MOORINGS finest .
cycle this
conditioning tctadate
Information. country
F.Z, ... O BO* 2447. Memphis. LOOK HERE I bdrm waterfront house available locks from Catholic; School Reduced to M 000 weterfront lot*. Perfect citefov up- Illegally.Arlttl .

Tnnsee13Help. /II.U$ .I Immediately David C. Jones; AqualanoShores Ret:Her, one block from City Hall nine, J, W DYCHES, REALTOR your Florid home and PardoWJolland were:

Wondering where to go 351 Wh Av*. So Ml 2 3152 palm, tree*. ten tall pin trees. 1144 Jrd IT. SOUTH J. W. UYCHES, REALTOR Papy To Attempt seized In Arltzl's midtown Manhattan "'-,
Priced 111.600 Include everything 1144 Ird ST. SOUTH
Wanted Female' With your car problems t 2/ZI.2I.27 Total tapes county and Ml 124.12 Ml I 4Weterfront hotel room about 3 p.m.

Factory Finish" Paint' Job Crty only 67 dollar Call C J. Political Comeback Bruchon had been picked up

Waitress wanted Day onlll'Applll Wreck Rebuilt' 54-Trade or Sell 5.5014 Himet. Midway 12270 or Ml $40 per mo Collier acreage County$40 RealEatet dn TALLAHASSEE (AP) For" earlier while strolling along

in person only Golfing Tuneup 59Acreaget'Ie *. Ml 21919 Eighth Avenue at 57th Street.
Buccaneer between, 12 I: 30 o'nly' Front end alignment 2l6tfwthsGulfshor, mar State Rep. Bernie Papy of
2/lltf Maple* Bowling Stock "for acreage 4 IIR. I BATH cal HOME The three men were ordered
Motor Overhaul Lois Montages otc' G. WIII I' X JO ft. Florida Roo. lot leading I* Bay Sugar Loaf Key, attempting a held In bail each for
Girl, wanted Tues. Fn, & Set Transmission rebuIlt H LUFF; R. E. Broker: 421th masler and Gulf Good term Collier quick political comeback was $100,000
.
NI."II. Apply In person at St. No. Midway 7 2275Ridge :lrc'and ed..r.toc-r. conditioned month. Trade, f] down, $5 per County Reel Esttt Ml ..... hearings Monday on charges ofconspiracy
Lubrication no interest 1)60 Two 2/lltfwth among candidates to file quail
Carousel Drive In.
: : utility room I car car. mile from to violate the U.S.
Lovely fine 1 bedroomHome Golden Gate City
Undercoat well and Friday at the Sec
port. city sewerage tying paper
Collier
will exchange for downtown County Real
; Estate narcotics laws.If
Saleswomen for hou.d8i.
.
for O .
pliances. Liberal Commission Brake Homo 121.600 Contact Q. pump sprinkling E sieveand E.ch. south of Courthouse. PUBLIC NOTICE retary of State's office.
H. LUFF refrig All rugs and drape Zl5l1w. convicted each man could
Polish. t Wee R E. Broker 421 ,
Leco Water Conditioning Co.. some furniture TV. ceble get Papy was defeated two years
9th St
Inc. 441 10th St. N. Ml 2.3311 No. Midway. 2 227t heel ONLY 111500 Located at receive a 20>year prison sine
I/ZO.II.24.2S.2' Don't look any furtherSee Two exlre large 'lots on lath NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREGISTER ago alter serving 28 years In the
1151 7th Ave, No. Call Bill and
Aventie. Lake Forrest Block FICTITIOUS, NAME tence a fine of $20,000.
House from
fucker, 2 5056 tf as Representative
Experienced: comp.0entsacre. 55StoresOfficeStore Mldwey -. C, Lot Noe I end 4. Reasonable The undersigned doe hereby certil The only larger seizure of heroin .
Iary. Knowledge of bookkeepindesirable Chevrolet Inc. Write: Mrs Frank Spencer / the I am conducting a ELECTRO Monroe County.
but 1100 essentia: f. Ineram HOMES BY STONE 1921 W Pryor, Chicago 41, PLATING A MACHINE SHOP The majority of Republican in recent history was on
Pleasant working condition 110 9th St* N. MI t.HOSNaple CRAYTON COVE: Inspect our Illinois 2/13AI6 business at Naples. Florida under Oct. 3, 1960, in New York City
good pay Apply at Naples *. Fla. building' 20' e 10' locatedon 241 bedroom homo on Ills the fictitious name of MASTER state legislators from Plnellas when the
Bureau of
Printing Co.. 'nc.. MI 24531. Mh Avenue 1202 per "'0. Ave So between Sth A 6thSts For trailer or homesite ever PLATING CO. and that said firm County arrived In a group to Narcotics
2/23.25.20 Call Wesley Downing Realtor either completed or under I acre ',.ct.. 2* acre I acre I I. composed of the following per arrested Mauricio Rosal, Guat .
42-Machlnery. Equip. Ml 1 2J71. __ /IZ...." construction priced from $14. tracta with electricity and ton whose names and place efresidence round out the nut week of qual. milan ambassador to Belgium
>
500 t* SI7.600 with good term roads Other big acraege tract .'* ee follows: Ifylng.
CALL TilE NEWS FOR Corner store for rent SOIl Ave COCONUT QROVE 1 bedroon 120 dn $20 per "'0. end up JOSEPH: f. NEMECHEK I and the Netherlands. In that
Some Its candidates
STORE seeking
GROCERY home at I3&0 down 147 62 Collier County Real Estate.
So at Ills St So 2 400 ... ft. per Ml 940 Fifth It. S*. (case 224 pounds was seized Rosa
RUBBER STAMPS EQUIPMENTEverything 2 1.69.
will divide S Oocoraie t. month, Incl taie A ins 216tfwthsSoMETHiNa Naples. FloridaOwnership various state and national of. :
!
you need for a evil tenant Quit "..111i23 Ml WILLIAM 8 STONE INC DIFFERENT,. of MASTER PLATING flees have paid their qualifying: pleaded guilty and is serving
grocery or sundry store 24150 Builder Iso I CO i* e* follows' j a lyear prison term.
Tenth Mf 2 ACREAGE JOSEPH F fees this week In accordancewith
OASSinfO DISPLAY II ft. Hbsaman Dairy Display SI No S73I NEMECHEK 100%
2/llTHAS .. NOW | acre tract located It i* my I Intention to apply I to Florida law. Qualifying
Case 10 ft. Morton Meet CaeI 12 ft. For :
Office 19
Spec a
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
ft. Warren Meat CaseS Rent at 145 per mo Coast "BRAND NEW'JWATERFRONT lust Or...are on I m.le fIts, from U I. 41, end For Collier County Florida to ends March 3. Primaries are $763,233 Found In
*
ft. Froian Case Colony Bldg I MS tth Av*. SoTamiaml property w th ,
Seweg. HOME 1 block your eon or aid temper it reg tier the said name of MASTER May 9 and May 26augispo .
Sail' Hill W.III.1ft Ban 14" If frm berch 2 Bedroom end 2 against any other Oily III PLATING COMPANY under the provisions Dead Man's Home
Bath See tone I Rental 12400 de.n Full of Chapter 20911 Law of
Band Saw National Cruder Trail Stores For Rent pr ce 1/16 For '
Toledo Tentferlrar W Commercial or Professionalfor eq will rt for minimum of further informal>*n contact: Florid. Act of 1941 Slgaa Meaa STOP CHICAGO (CAP) Bank em.
I M11oWe ( al i:' per ..... See O. N I month during teeeonJ O T Jo".. Enierpntet Inc. my hand this lIst day .fJanuary.
\ Meat Block 2 Toted Scales Luff R. E. Broker 421$ 9th W. DYCHES, REALTOR Midway 2 5140 P O See '71. 144JOSEPH. ployes will laboriously recount

UlllIIITAIICI-- \SJ A&W Root Beer Machine ..SI. No Midway. 22279 1144 Ird ST SOUTH Naples Fit Fab 2. 9. II. 21 F 1964Witness NEMCCHCK all__ PUBLIC NOTICi the $3,2J3.30 found in the

complete SUM. delivered ui_'_U" __ -___ home of Lawrence Wakefleld, a

THE MILHOUSE CO. Services Offered Service Offered Services Offered LEOAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE smalltime South Side policy

Ned.,.. cW r aeufsef eaeteaieel Dick Hill NOTICE TO BIDDERS TO BIDDERS wheel operator who died
trsieel-AccreMeaienrt: ,"rtierWaatlmif Radio Rd. Ml 24303 Sealed bide will b* received' by Seated bids will b* received by
R...... Miam..ai... 2l3.1I NU WAY SPRAY CO.-Spray Seawallsand the City Council City of Naples the City Council City of Naples. Wednesday.The .
Cal PaInting with Interlock for RENTALS Rip-Rap Florida, on Wednesday March 4IIM ; Florida on Wednesday. March 4, ranging from
*' 1tIaI-"< gravel roofs Our specIalty.FREE II for the 10SO .. .
at :M a m clearing IH4 at m for tale clearing u66
ESTIMATES, Licensed: Rodeey A Baby Bad Rock Groins TRY of debris. .nd.ror"lII. dead trees of debrIs underbrush dead tree pennies to bills, Was trans

lite HilhovM Co. A Insured Art SchultheiS Midway and palmetto' from approximately, end palmetto from eepremlmelely erred to the Continental flU
2.4504.Telephone Screened Crib. HI ChelrtSlralier Creosote ***waM> deck. 41 lota within the" CIty of Naple 40 leEs within the CIty *f Na so.
*. Porta Crib par and groin SpecifMationa Bid Ferme and lose: Specification, Bid Forms and (**.. nols Bank and Trust Co. after
PubliC Storage I MI. Cef answering' serves A of b oMained tio of .... la
'wiifia loon the lots may Airport en Radio MdMl also small off,ce with a'go and other needs for uneapectedguests MARATHONDREDGING from the office ad the City Meneger.Crty the of the City Manager. and
I4MJ spec and receptionist service Hall I Naples Florid, during, City, Ir.Neple. Florida, duringworkfetf Wednesday Thursday
low cost Call .43S1.. CO. working hour hour*. counting It.
M.Ms .. Delivery A The City reserve th. right. I* f*. Th* CIty reeervee the right I* reject .
........ .... VIC"S SHOE! REPAIR Com. pick up service Dredge, Drarline WAN! 'lost any W oil 1104. any or *M ,.04.
WANT AD puts Shoo Service Dyeing anrefin.sh.ng .. THC and Dozier Work V P. wOOD. Jr. V. ... WOOD. J,. The firtMr'a share of a 21-cenf
S7S SIP. Ave ... HILHOUSt CORed I City Manager loaf of while bread U about
2.6
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BY T. T. THORWARD ADRIAN PORTERJOHANNESBURG nearly 8,000, meeting 350 units SECTION B Sund4), February 23, 191(1
South Africa throughout the country.
\) "" (AP)-There Is not much These 8,080 all men and all Recreation Russian Marshal
!:\ secrecy In belonging to a secret Afrikaners become members b)'
society in South Africa these invitation only. Few refuse, for CalendarMONDAY Says Men Found
days. Newspapers publish lists
A membership opens up top post
of member's names along with tions in government and AfrU Body Of Hitler

rules and Instructions. Parlla- kaner.lnfluenced organizations. ItOO p.m. Senior Citizens LONDON (AP) A Russian
ment Is threatening to Inquire Members include practli('all} meeting Woman's Club. marshal whose armies stormed
Into some societies' affairs. every Influential Afrikaner in 2:00 p.m. Fenlor Citizens into Berlin gave new version
Despite the publicity, Prime 1 South Africa-politicians, teat here .. 1/ shuffleboard oufta. today of how Adolf Hitler died.
Minister Jlendrlk verwoerd government administrators, 4:00 p.m. Beginner ten"* He insisted his men found the
14 likes his organization so much police officers, banker and class Cambler Park.TUHSDAY Nail dictator's body wrappedIn
that he has refused to leave it.
church ministers. Fifteen of the a charred rug Inside the
He told parliament which ass country's 18 cabinet ministersare Chancellory.The .
debating the effects of secret Breeders according to published 9:30 a.m Senior Citizens
that he had been a reminiscence from
societies statements. chorus practice Woman's Club. came
member of the country's lead. in the Marshal Vassily I. Chulkov,
From a lowly position 1:00 p.in fc; fitor Citizens
ing movement for 25 years. country's economy and admin. bowling UroiikslJe Bowl former Soviet commander In

Opposition members got sonic'' 1st rat Ion 40 years ago when ( : 4:00 Advanced tennis' class Berlin.
amusement from the image ul
British-descended people were Cambler Park. He wrote his memoirs In the
the stern Dr. Veerwoerd help. on top, Afrikaners now dom. 7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class.Cambler Soviet weekly, Literary Russia,
.... big in some of the initiation ceremonies irate South Africa's political Puk.WEUNJUftMY. and Tass distributed some of
of his society-Die Bro-
scene. Government administration the material today.<
MRS. BYRON C.ROYALS
ederbond (The Brotherhood or
Is almost entirely In their
Library Board members are Bond of Brothers). hands and the) are beginning to 2:00 p.m. Swlor CltUen Chulkov's version, as report.
generally chosen because of their According to the newspaper control a larger share of the ,. Shuffleboard courts ed by Tans, disagreed with
experience and mature Judge. disclosures the prime minister wealth. The Afrikaans languageand 4:00. Boys' all. tar basketball that accepted! over the years In
merit, !but at least one of the Col. would have to dress In his best Afrikaans culture are now 1 game ambler Park.TIU'KSDAY. the West. Most Informants have
Her County Library Board mem. black suit and sit in a pltch*darkroom well safeguarded. i .' J. agreed that Hitler's body was
ben does not look to have been beside a "corpse"swathedin burned along with that of Eva

chosen with those qualificationsIn a black shroud lying on a ... .. '- 4:00 p.m. Intermediate! tennis Draws, the girl he married just
bier and with the word "l>t'tr". '\ ." before their suicide
and
mind, although a conversation > Immokalee To Be class Cambler Park pact
with her would< reveal that al" written on It in blood. Il the ashes scattered Li the Reich

she Is far more conversant with He might even have to switch Site Of Fish, Game 't,.. ,.\R; FRIDAY Chancellory garden.
serious matters than her on a light to show a dagger be. .
appear. Commission MeetThe 9:30 a.m. Adult tennis class The Russia of stalin' time
ance Indicates.She Ing plunged into the "bod}' .
Cambler Park never disclosed what the Red
while the Initiate would hear DISCUSSING PROBLEMS confrontingthe elected president of the RobertA
Is the member representing a Came and Fresh Water group 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizenabowling armies really found when they
the Northwest corner of Col. chaplain Intone "lie who h. Fish Commission will hold a city, following the annual Civic Eckles, newly elected director, and Urookslde Bowl captured the Chancellory andHitler's
Her County from Immokaleelts trays the bond will be destroyedby public meeting on March !S I at the
Association meeting Thursday noon at Tom Campen, a member of the organization ( underground bunker In
only sizeable community Mrs. the bond. Immokalee High School auditor. IJ\IN Byron C. Royals wife of the pro Cartoonists In antigovernment ium. The purpose of the meeting the Naples Beach Club Hotel from left (McGrath photo) Here' how to bent the high rot to the widespread garden. This talk reluctance that Hitler led

prietor of a large seed and fer newspapers depict the Broeders is to give sportsmen an opportunity ). to right, were Frederick D. Unkefer, re- of higher education: lie. never really died In Berlin.
as funny little men wearing Ku to rules .. ._. ., Persons over 6* souls will he
tillzer supply house. express opinions on .___ ___.-__-_- -_-__' ._---- -------- _-"'_ no---
Mrs. Royals has lived for 10 Klux Klan type hoods and and regulations for the coming. Peter Mlnult bought Manhattan f" i 1 permuted u> "lIh,1I|| without nt Chulkuv's article did not say
cloaks. Serious critics claim the 1964.65 j I In I in any n-julai ""UM at the what the Russians did with tho
and
years In 1mm ok alee, but her hunting fishing sea
I 1825 for the Dutch West India R
eat t the Want Ads ..
background is that of a cosmo. Broederbond is a much more i son. i LJnlvtly, of K'' body after they discovered It
polite and sophisticate tier sinister and Influential society The meeting will start at 8 p.m. Company: L. ___ .__...... ,:'1Ir ,1\\ .*. May :,1045 _
father was an Army career of. than the Klan ever was. L.F. Cainey Everglades regional -
and she claims During the second world war, manager announced.
fIc'er. though ,
California for her birthplace, Field Marshal Jan Christian Seven similar meetings will be \WANT MORE f Oft YOUR MONEY. KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS
much of her early life was spent Smuts then South Africa'spri.ne held throughout the state prior to
traveling from post to post t. witha minister kept a regular the setting of the rules and< reg.
preponderance of time In Wash. watch on the Bond. Its roNazl|, : ulations by the Commission for ES
ington. attitudes led Smuts to bar gov. the coming season. eivp

Slim, attractive and vivacious, eminent workers from be<'oni. All sportsmen, Interested< persons KNo GRANT DAYS SUPER SALE
her Christian name, Marianne, Ing members. andorganluUonl are urged
hint at a French ancestry which The Broederbond apparentlyhas to attend and submit recommendations
would account for her dark brun. been in existence 43 years. orally at the meeting or in
ette charm. It would not be' hard Its basic aim is to further the writing to the office of the Com. NO !IFS...
C to picture her back In uniformas cause and interests of the AfrU mission in West Palm Beach. NO AND ... Huge extra tavlngtl Prices cut even more on many Grants-own brands
airline hostess kaner nation -descendants of The rules and regulations will NO IUTS...
an
a career .a sale to outstanding we're proud to give It Grants own name
which she gave up for marriage.The the early European settlers in be set by the Commission at a 16-
thoughtful and serious mind South Africa who now form state.wlde< Comtsslon meeting in wrw.rs.cr.sn STORBWIOE SALIENOr WEDWEfDAYFEURUARY,26
I revealed by tier conversation Is more than half the white popu Tallahassee in the latter part of _
an unheralded fai('ct of her per. 1 laUt>o. The remaining whites April Calnuy said. ... .. \ -
sonality. are mainly of British origin. I', I' ,'1
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From an original membership There are some 79 million f ..
Mrs. Royals has not been able I, j .
to attend library board meet of 14 in 1918 thenumberof Dro. motor vebtilea on the go in the ,. ) ... S&cIXTRMAVIMC?
eders has reportedly grown to United State. t ; #
irtga, since her recent appoint .. ;r
men! because of lor claims '
pi / ( J
on her attention by her I 10-niontli. Junior Editors Quiz onJEEPS !, .
old Sll1. Gregory Scull, but she _
kg",.looking fmward to becoming L } i.pf' ......_ irants-own brand
mine adiye In library affairs 1: """ T

'tA.Ii. the near future. She .statedfhaf'piiT I ... ,PENHU1GH'MEN'S
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of course until she found r'
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11t|ehUMUhexi iUr) acceptance and the residents once It of Is Magic Value \ I 'f ;

the 1I1III1uk.lII'(' area have an op. (

poitunity. to make use of It. HAS SNA/F : \ z a a 2 forI'SIS0

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1 Tabu REGULARLY 19g EACH
Best SellersCompiled c FIRST QUALITY Gi mta own brand \

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FICTION 65% DACRCM AND S Magic Value Rib er
THE GROUP, McCorthy Flat Knit T-SMrrti NyKm -
THE SPY WHO CAME IN 35% COTTON SHIRTS v; w \ reinforced col
FROM THE COLD, Lt CO" .? l larette. Top quality

Moclnnct THE VENETIAN AFFAIR, ;:) Sale 21,l! Sale 1.47 ; combed His 36-46.cotton

THE HAT ON THE BED, DcvbU-batk IrltfsiKifhlv
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0'Hero r REGULARLY 1.99 '' absorbent;
CARAVANS, M.ch.n.r CAN Oil the double back

(ARRIEOAIOFT .. Beautifully sheer nylons for this low price! In Two styles In gives extra wear,
NONFICTIONPROFILES -one convertible
run.resistant mesh or sleek plain. Flatter your collar! Roll-up more comfort Size
IN COURAGE,
30 to 40.
legs-end pamper your budget Sizes 84 to 11. sleeves No iron Dacron
Kennedy i
How did the names
QUESTION: Jeep get its
MANDATE FOR CHANGE, .r AU, Stretch Nylon. _. ,Sale 2 prt. $1 polyeeter-eotton, Pastels,
E...nhow." ASK rol NO. 300. MUff, MAIN OI ITIIICH white. Mimes 30 to 40.
RASCAL, North ANSWER: The Jeep was developed during the I030's as pan '1
of a program for motorization of the U S Army It was first
JFK THE MAN AND
THE MYTH, Lo.kyCONFESSIONS! thought of as a fast scouting car louse in place of the motorcycle XI.
OF AN AD. -but It was soon found that the little jeep could do an
of work II feet Its four wheel
VERTISING MAN, Ogilvy amazing amount Only long ;
drive and powerful four-cyllnder engine combined with a I":',. t 4I"f''f'\'ll (cJ.1 / 1 1 ,.. _
,,1 light body, enabled It to plow through mud, jolt Its way over
Grange rock trails; cross rickety bridges It could carry six men, I
Cypress serve as an ambulance, fight fire, and could be used as a franb-alrn brand Grantt-tnt brand

Meets Thursday mobile machine gun mount or to haul ammunition GINGER LANE DENIM
Because of these capabilities the little car's official name GRANTOGS CHILDREN'SS.T.R.E.T..H
Tli* (i>pres5 Grange Hill holdan was General Purpose vehicle, or C P The sounds of "C' and SLACKS
open minting on Thursday, .p* suggested Its name, 'jeep" This Is only one explanationof WESTERN JEANS
Februar) 27, at 8 p.m., at the the name; not everyone agrees to It Some say It came
Woman's Club. from a cartoon character created by E C Srgar When used!
Members are urged to attend.A with capitals, the word jeep Is a trademark for a present-day f Sale 1.97 Sale 1.44
civilian car of similar type I
Urge portion of the British REGULARLY 2.99 REGULARLY 1.99
Protectorate's cloves grow on the FOR YOU TO DO: The big picture shows a jeep sharing a ,

fertile hills of Pemba, a 380- moment of triumph. Can you guess what three,star generalIs 1 We should sell this qual 1 Sanfori/ni cotton denim
riding toward us? It Is the American: general Mark Clark 7
Island 25 miles ity and fashion for dol. oticof
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square riding Into Rome after his troops had taken that city during l
northeast of 7anrlbar. World War II lars.more Sanforized toy I Hogers style, double
T _. ton nylon, wonder com kn..lllrl..c.'owgir..tyle..
fort. Navy, wheat blue colors. In sizes 3 to 7
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t 2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS :Sunday February 23: 1961 School MenusThe wiches, coleslaw, corn, ginger
-- Viet dallght.
oq Embassy Wives In NamSay .
Chamber ucatlon is "a stain and local responsibility. menu f.'rthcNaplesJmllor WEDNESDAY Hamburger
Urges a
." f high: cafeteria. for the week ofFebruary gravy with rice, green pea salad,
$ .Million Cut Presenting the! budget recommendations > 24th through February spinach, french bread, pudding
to reporters, the Place Is With Husbands i n .JStli will betMonday THURSDAY Mrs. Rood .
Front |LlffWASHiNOTbN Budget ,\crlamber\ President) Edwin" P. $ $ Fork Barbecue onh.um'anade house's Fifth Grader Barbecued
ellariphased f that, 'Jdhpion$ ; roll, tomato wedge, pork chops, cabbage, apple and
tAP( \ '11- Thfc had shifted illionsodoltarllnappropriation SAIGON, ;South Viet Nun:> lived hero 4\fe\ daughter his pudding) tod milk. raisin salad, mashed potatoes. ,
.ric-en: beans
United State Chamber o( Corn requests from the (AP)-"Fo* the somewhereelse wife and <\ ; MenU"' l-tefl-sted 1 bjrDavid Ice cream. i >
m> 'r9..lepaottnended< Friday ..a.$6.5.bllllon budget for fiscal 1965, which I might rather be Barbara, Vas cut up by Tuesday WhlUh>id Fried thicken, FRIDAY Macaroni and cheese
cut in the requests starts July 1. to the current but our place Is with my the bomb explosion at the Capt. : but. broccoli, green beans, biscuits,
spinach
husband and his work Is In SaUgon tal: J Klnhlo Theater Sunday mashed potatoes,
for new spending author In year's budget In the form of $4.2 bread, applesauce.
t'pd beets let cream
fiscal 1964 and 1965!! made in billion In supplemental spending ," Mrs. Charles Eberhardtsaid night, and required seven ,
President Johnson's' Jud." et; authoflty (toe1 this year. pushing her cart along stitches. She and two sisters and,butter, milk ,
the aisle at the were all In the \\pdll'dSlntkt'lliausae CAUGHT OFF BASE
last sale supermarket tame theater
message I Congress The effect, Nellan Is to and
month. I make Johnson's new budget post 'exchange. Sept. 21, the last time a bomb <'I'pllm'd pul.ItnP, cabbage ATLANTA AP) A Georgia
ita look better and the 1964 budgetof Mrs. Eberhardt, wife of a exploded there. No one was hurt < arn* salad, rlltl.! and butter, I'ower Cu. crew whose motto is
The ehil. ', board of dlrec. of c.jke Ji.rl, in'.Ik.Tl EUctric"' .
President John F. Kennedy U.S. Embassy official, Is one that time 0" Total' was ob.served
curs asked the carving of $1.4 lookUtt-rfce.M' ''t! the 2,500 American civilians lIv. "So far, my family has survived >ur''(i.i\ HamNngers, slewed on a cold morning making
l' billion) from Johnson's propos. ; I Ing In this bombothreatened cape two theater bombings, ti'inii' e* with rice, onion cot: fee on a portable gas burner.
als for u ban renewal and pub. tail year, Nrfntia'n MeyirSr1*, :uj7'yVo'l4 Ital and seems typical of the dependent one attempted coup, one palace .sli< i>&, iviis' ,i'a.ldappleslices,
lie housing) and $700 million 1 KfAyi::4f >fttrtcrer, wives here, bombing, a cholera epidemic, ni ilk.
from the I appropriation asked dresser( 'in snorts; ,and fiew! JijjKkeyboot Six Americans have been and two coups in Saigon," said h rldaIM: dogs or Tuna NAPLES
for national defense. It urged .. iJl'd iqtti, ., summit of killed and 87 wounded In terror. Bready, W sandwich 1 1 IMCMIO salad, tossed
also the elimination of $718 mil. Mt. Kilimanjaro in reaurd-break- tat Incidents In South Viet Nam "If someone offfcred me Co. fa 1 11 1 11 51111V ....11.111. 1'1 I',HI and lion earmarked for federal aid ing lime 13 hours and 40 this month. penhapen, I wouldn't turn It s a. s 7 milk. BUSINESS
to education, on ground that ed. minutes.FLY Some Americans are scared, down. On the other hand, v'e'd 10 + / ra Ia 'mIs
but most continue crack Jokus rather live here than go back +. 5e +e ao atas
and mention the weekend Irak to New York. People who as a Se ac a7 aea. The menu at Lake Park Elvm : >
I fit toll back In the States. aren't in the foreign service can as sr ,'iiur\ SchoolS SERVICEPAYROLLS
&>> NAPLES The bombings have changed never understand this." MOD.Bak"d: tlt'aJlS.lttl
some things.' Of the American civilians in ham, salad with raw spinach and

...it> I MIAMI Since Monday, the American Saigon, only about 500 are mill tomatoes, applesaiue, peanut
school has beer ringed by U.s. tary dependents. They make up AA butter mufdn.TCM .
guards with automatic rifles. about .200 families, mainly llv. .... .,., : : DA\ Barbecued> I'orkon RECORDS
New Year Round Daily Schedule These guards stop and search ing in governmenUprovlded bun, rule she, mixed fruit.
Vietnamese regarded as sus. quarters. Most are stationed MERMAID SHIRLEY WALLS Florida's Week; Wachee WEDESDJSI': hpttl with TAXES
Naples To Miami plclous. This Is the first time here for at least two years. meat sauce, green l beau) supreme)?,
Americans have directly assumed "A lot of us talk about want. underwater pin-up girl of the month gracefully Jello with peaches.TIIL'RSDAY AND
7:45: A.M. 11:30: A.M. 3.45 PM.: a police function in Sal ing to go home and there are floats through the water with the greatest of ease, |lot dogs! whale

I Miami To gon.Military all kinds of rumors," the wife the envy of the finny inhabitants of the briny deep. kernel corn, apple, rim and BOOKKEEPINGSYSTEMS
Naples of raisin salad chocolate cake.
policemen are riding a U.S. Army captain said ,
9:00: ,A.M. .' 2:15: ; P.M. 5:00: P.M. shotgun on .American school "But It could be worse. Think Its alsb nice of her to give use a calendar for March. FRIDAY Oven baked fish,
I' I buses. of Panama, for instance." mixed greens, pickled boats, Ice
Conneelione and Reeervitions to any point in the world Some recreational facilitiesare ( Jane McCarvillc Rockford College Is an Independent cream. Phone
curtailed, and Americansare NO SPEEDTORRINGION NAGS college of liberal arts and .
NAPLES AIRLINES supposed to avoid crowds. Conn. (AP) On Dean's List At sciences for men and women The menu at Shadowlawii School MI 2.5143
Tapirs Airport Concourse 3 Miami Airport How do the Americans feel? 1I'M Mill against> the law here about 90 miles northwest of tor the coming weeksMONDAY
NE Thomas Bready oC San Mateo, for anyone to drive a horse faster Rockford CollegeA Chicago. It Is presently develop Pork loaf, toss tSI Fifth Avenue.Napltii. 80lltll
Ml 2-34J4 4-5811 Calif., station manager for Pan than an ordinary trot or 10 miles Maples resident liamonjthe tug an entlrel nt..Implis for salad, (candled jams, fruit cup.TUESDAY \ .
City Ticket office Naplt'li Travel Agency 4 Corner American World Airways, has per hour. 17 sophomores named to the 1,200 students. : Jr. Cuban saiid. FloridaCINEMASCOPE .

dean's list at Rockford College,
Rockford, 111., during the first I
semester of the 1963.64 academic

BETTER BUYSare year Jane M. McCarvllle, daughterof !
kI Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mc.
Carville, of Naples received the
from academic honor at a school that
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is one of eight colleges and
universities In Illinois to havea
cr chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, ribs'
the national honorary scholastic
society. There are 67 colleges!
and universities In Illinois
I A total of 81 students were HOME''."< J iii fine HMKV .n P acre l..l Thi hvmiliful
named to the list. First semester 3 bedroom. 2 hathrcom home l, romplelcl) furnished. Max co-imminu pool end

freshmen must have at least a nrrerncd patio, home w ,rkhop. projection room, built-in inem M-oH' wrii-n in hiving
Lovely Home On Ridge Lake 3.0 grade point average to be room. Orient! UndNrapIn with automatic uprinkler. f.Vi.fiSO.
eligible; all other students must
have a 3.2 average.A .
BILL LOACH
REALTOR
graduate of Lancaster High I
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; ASSOCIATES: HAROLD HCIMBACK,, SPENCE ALLENDORF
/1 ,1\,' : :- tiI..' :: ", : McCarville Is a member of the
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By ANDY LANG
AP NeWlfaturllFUIiHime
hat an individed! interest. There
r.Ntib"d"W often
home
owners are understandably confused
is no right of survivorship.An The> Agency With Fersonal Service: -
by the many legal and technical: real estate words open listing is the place

and terms tossed around before end during purchases.: ment of your property with a IA I
Even some of the most common: words need clarification,number of brokers whereby the
for those unfamiliar with property transactions A real first to make the sale t* entitled
d. UbU
to the commission.A p < agency responsible
,1. 'I'f f ettttc broker recently told! ui, multiple listing is the plavtment for protecting you, your
.Ltr'tmi "I am constantly amazed at how family, home and business
.. u' t or your property with members
,
many persons, considering the the deceased owner. against every Incurable threato
of a Real Estate Board of
purchase of a house for the first Tenancy by the Entirety i I' loss through a planned pre-
time, do not have a clear idea ofwhat similar. to Joint Tenancy except Exchange whereby the commission gram of protection guaranteedby
on the sale is divided companies of unquestioned.
a montage is. that it exists only between husband
;\ usually between the broker who
financial strength.
jpMA A mortgage is simply an agreemem and wife, with equal rightof had the initial listing and! the :
In writing which gives the "possession as well as the
broker who makes the sale.
'WI
*&aH JJS&f # lender a lien upon a certain right of survivorship Vn ellllullIIll1n
sg is the
> property us security for the payment '- Tenancy: in Common is the placement of your witha
of a specified debt. In this ownership. of real estate b>' twoor property
single broker for a specified
particular area, it says in effect, more persons each of whom
--- -----. period of time, during which USIIAKCE UlNCT, IK.6S2 .
S JShf sSj&iS ks that the the home mortgagee if'the buyer may take fails over to Folks QualifiesAs period no one except him can lK:

....---......-'-... ... .- ..-- -- ... -- --... keep up his payments. After the receive for obtaining the commission the escluaiverights In I return 9 Mi Avenue Sent..
house has been sold and the GOP CandidateIn Pheii, 2-SMI
COMMUNITY AND RECREATION cen- South spoil area Purpose of fill is to debt and the expenses deducted, he 'la expected! to devote Naples. Fl.eda,

ter's foundation takes shape at Cam build up site by about three feet, so the mortgagor (the person who Governor Race ing extra a sale time and attention to mat

I bier Park, as workmen build up layersof the building's floor will remain dryif obtained the loan) receives the TALLAHASSEE (AP) Ken ..

concrete blocks In background is another Hurricane Donna, with eight. balance insured, if by any the When Federal a mortgageis Housing first Folks Republican of Orlando candidate became the for : .t:.,' ; ; '.. ,,,)t' .( /\. 1

fill dirt trucked in from Broad Avenue foot flood: tides, ever comes by again.. Administration, the lender is governor to qualify Thursday ash
guaranteed that he will back .. turned In the
.. ... ... '.. _. get required state. JJ1cJ\lc/o/s 4rt
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si .xx.teiar.t' : t t J.r.a.N' his if the sale of the
Jacquelyn Lynn money even meats and paid the $1,250 quell.tying allcrll< (
house fails to return an amount fee. .
Alice Warren Win Naples e+ial to the loan.A The six Democratic candidates
Tips On a: prepayment clause gives the fur governor qualified Tuesday HA"U' esar aar aALLU"
Homemaking Honor I FlotIlla mortgagor the right to pay his Battle was joined for one cab PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
.j (l loan before it becomes due Such foot post Thursday as James
Jacquelyn L. Lynn of Immoka. Boating USCGA clauses usually impose come Kjnes, In office now, qualified f .
Original by
paintings
lee School and Alice Mae recoghlzed artist.
High r'f kind of financial penalties for to seek a full term as state at.
Warren of Bethune High School f prepayments, but these are far torney general Earl Falrclothof
have been named school winnersIn Boating tips In this release A special revision of the less than the interest costs Miami had challenged Kjnes LW )
the 1964 Betty Crocker Search from the S.Coast Guard AuxIliary equipment section now flatly would be if the loan were paid earlier
for the American Homemaker of are..from members of the states white stein lights must according to the original terms Qualifying Thursday Included
Tomorrow. Naples Flotilla, commenting on NOT be obstructed by any partof Joint Tenancy is the ownership Ronald D. Sladon of Fort Lau. d-
Announcement was made by the the amendments to the existing the boat. Half the outboards of real estate by two or durdale, Croup 4 House, 13row.
Department of Public Relations Florida Waterway Safety Law. In South Florida violate this more persons each of whom has ard County Klngswood Sprott
for General Mills In Minneapolis, First of all, the Florida legislators rrgulaJon at present. an undivided Interest with the Jr., Lake Wales, Croup 3 \House, Frames Individually Designed i iileech
Minn. put Class A motorboatsback right of survivorship. This latter Polk County
The announcement stated that In the law.Class A boats (to Under another\ revision you phrase means that the survivingowner Shopping.AreaOWN
each of the two school winners must now report "capsiilngs succeeds the share of And Live
16 feet) are now lilted in the to Drive Carefully t:
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scored highest in her school In and sinking in addition to "'
accidents -----
equipment aectlon. Among other -- --
a written homemaking examlna
involving injury
things already required by existing personal
senior through
tin given girls
Class A craft or property damage of $26
regulations,
out the country December 3, and or more (It used to be $100).
must now a paddle: or oar. )
are now eligible, for one of 102 carry
scholarships totaling $110,000. Class A and Class 1 craft Accident reports must be A LOT ?
Test papers of all school win. (Class li 16 to 28 feet) mutt made within 36 hours (formerly
ners In the state will be Judged carry an anchor and line of suitable ten days) to the Sheriff's office .
comparatively in coming weeks, site and length. Conservation or Game
the announcement said, and a Commission office, or their There Is A RUTENBERG I-IOME For It
I 4 State Homemaker of Tomorrow Class 1 boats MUST cany agents.

will be named. She will receivea an approved fire extinguisher No matter what size or shape your lot may be long, wide, corner or pie shaped there is a Iluten-
$1,500 scholarship from Gen.1' Florida law, from now on, It Is now illegal to anchor
I eral Mills, Inc., sponsor of the doesn't make exceptions In this under bridges or In channels )her); Homo to fit it. Visit the three beautiful( model homes and decide which one would best suit your
annual program; her school will for outboards. "if unreasonable under prevailing .
be awarded a complete set of category extinguisher. Carryan clrcumitanres meaning own particular lot Huteuherg Homes will duplicate any one of( these model homes "on your lot" anywhere .
encyclopaedia. The second.rank. don't Interfere with
Ing' girl In the state will receive All boats, regardless of size navigation. in this! area for the same prke or you may make changes!! to fit >our personal preference and

a $500 educational grant. capable MUST carry of being a lighting seen one device mile boat If you or create collide a with wake another over. needs\ Home prices range iron $11,500 117,990 In your choice of two time or four bedroom homes

One farm worker today produces away (such at a good flashlight turning another boat, stop andghe
I food, fiber and other commodities ). Navigation \light might your name and registration
for himself snd 28 other fall which has been knownto number. If the other boatIs
persona. happen. unattended, take "reasonable
tteps" to find the owner right
t then. ,Or face a penalty. LOOKING'FOR utE: OT '? :

I .:Annett" C. 'Wnn. ''Je"/t Don't Interfere with the op-
elation of another vessel. Don't
drive while diunk. If you cause

PresentsAttractive while the death intoxicated of another It's now person de. A RUTENBERG 1tlanVill Help You Find It

fined as manslaughter. Don't
i run In ann marked as restricted '. ,,',. If you do not already own a lot, Hutenhcrg! maintains a complete lot finding senicv and will assist I t you In

ters()such. Don't a4 put posted a siren bathing on your wa finding just the right lot for you. No matter where you prefer to live, in the country on the In-ach or

boat, unless you are a police waterfront, suburban area or in the heart of( the city, Hutc'iiberg Hume Counselors! will help you choose
officn

A special section makes the exactly the right location for you three professionally( decorated model homes arc opoi daily (for your

laws applicable to all waters insptction from 9 urn. to 9 pin. anti weekends from U am. to 0 p.m.
in Florida.
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Miles Scofield
raf
home for under $15,090 West of the Heads Tom Adams "l'

Trail! Built In storage of birch paneling In both

bedrooms. Also the living room Is paneled in County CampaignSecretary

birch with lovely built-in bookcases. Separate of State Tom Adams

dining room adjoins the living room. This home today of Miles announced Ecofleld the appointment, Naples : 1 t y 1 h I

s has a spacious bath with double lavatories and businessman, as Collier County ,
vanity Price includes washer and dryer. Ex. Campaign Manager for the 1964

cellent financing with moderate down Adams campaign organization.
payment. In this capacity, Adams said, i '
Scofleld not only will supervise
SEASON RENTALS
local campaign activities In the
May primary elections, but will
Spacious 2 bedroom apartment within walkingarea
also serve on a continuing basis
of beach and shopping. $12500 per weekor as chairman of an advisory com. miIi
$400 per month. mlttee of Collier County citizens
to Inform the Secretary of Stateon Crra prX yy r C'

Beautifully decorated 2 bedroom cottage on problems and activities In
their
communities
canal. $350.00 month. .,._ __ f
per Scofield, who is in the marine eJ-

construction and cattle-ranching ';''',;;.:;" :/,'. ,, .._, ... f
bedroom within distanceof .r.1
1 walking "
apartment business, also worked In the .,;.
beach. $15000 month. Adams campaign in the 1960 -
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t .1 48 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday tebruiiry' 2:1: IIIit! when vou were 15 10 or evenS ..
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Teens ?
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Smothers Brothers Get drank ,4j what was lit your stomach
MILleR 1- ,-- -I'" I n. !) when the... oh. arrlffdj ,
II By JOY > / | ;\1 :: The parents'. (example f. exfrehielv wl honj flhrt
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: $Wlbr\; Night's Work NEW There's; YORK (P-Is) Junior of onto.! ; w'{> to becoming;* lush'" Slln '!1an. ( ; ., ,. '. ,. father met alcohol and mother and what thought both<< about vout r t III ,

., not a loyal parent teenagers across the ountryVho "The 'kid* see >wth| >ther6wnre { ,.
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vficMbYjt; ) l of mtf'ls: really land-100 in 19C3. The jug. range from "But he's never had a drop "in Ms \H'_," '1) "My kid tlo4 ind'elr parents; ion't, r learn from these studies0 Dr.
( SpoUi rs.. .and they are really eared, starlnc.eyod pair net as is learning to do It right, he drinks right alont with me and hnde stoned,' 'hn
brdttler.., iThfr Smothers Broth much as $7,500 ,,: get .th.)1r.e aceus'tomed -; Lolll says
t S ers are riding the crest of the work. 1t ::11" ';; f fte' folk craze to a pair of tidy for.tunes. What do they & nobody, m kes 'a,bU1:''thingof i It.!'a toddler can detect drunken
!I, .I IJfcWltMA ( ', alcfchol than ,a I m MHan "'!' dont! tft :Uea
Ii i, songs. :'Uut< |(" ey pet thai; ness In a parent
\' three shott years, tho from the ) In 'Europe, have "fewtrtaUthlit ) )drlnkinr exfes3tvely Is fomt, 1I brothers have played most of whom the hoClt.) '; anybody'. This 1 ; Is *t>-llsh, but t'Instead (that It makes
moderate attitude toward drinking -
r 010 television -variety show houses abound. .
; ", attribute to the '
kceeptable t :
limy times over arid gleanedUJFF trade is fart) you not scKUHr; I It's to be used and enjoyed
children are given a, t tao;i The c6nV|(?tJon that
patter that ) heayj as food, not as a stimulant or
at the* moment of wine In a Class of water drinking proves tou're a'man' as a release from Inhibitions and -- _.._-
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t and months of : eau Dr. S1ldetman. tensions SUNDANCE AF STATION, Wyo. Wilson Whitehead
I 'i F "3. Most Important Is that
The S"
fan (
right
the Hollywood > SET IN CHILDHOODA they learn to practice safety
GMC INC. lions, after In the United States, II- number selection for promotion to staff sergeant in the 'United
a of long term studiel devlres- I, PARTS rest. Tom, ( is associated with adult. of drinking habits In Europe and stomach: hue 1'.1'.1: drinks Instead States Air Force. Airman Whitehead is a communications
brother lives and sex. The Italian young ,
1 SERVICE' his bride. however, has been drinking this country show how cultural of "'on 1-.1 i: ipa,"e the equipment repairman in the 731st Radar Squadron

;' TeMPORARY younger at 25, for a long time and! there's' patterns, set early In childhood, drink and k',o'\' .o 11 ',:j,'h the\ here. The airman, son of Mr and Mrs Ben C.

l LOCAY/ON with wife and i special significance to'It As affect the drinking habits''of teen ran take safei Whitehead of Rt. 1 Naples, is a graduate of Venice
Calif.
I 421 NINTH sr., N. "Business has ,, of fact, he'd much rath agars and adults The tea ottrr'i decline began Nokomis High School, Nokomis, Fla. His wife, Mary,
\ : From the findings, says Dr.
ported Tom. Mall".i stay sober on a date, especi in the 1740s when shipwrecked is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Daniels of
!' :: i Sllverman, "It appears that the Rm ian nation wintered on a his
-- If he'j with a pretty girl Naples Lieutenant Colonel Hubert C. Hartley,
(( In alcoholisms .
major factors barren mliad off Alaska and surtned
EARN FROM PARENTS ,
elude such matters' as which tn eating what the called commander, offers congratulations
Dr. Milton Sllverman, bio- ." Force Photo)
"sea (U.S. Air
Oil particular beverage you. drank apes
of and medical research --
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of Agriculture Wine Ad. '

I and Gulf Board, says: "Statistics

that the best risks for ,

P becoming alcoholics are kids I

grow up In strong family
by of moderate drinkers.

NAPLES equally or bad.strong teetotallers

CANNON if they're ;Ducky,
about drinking from their

710 5th Ave. So. and mother It's better
learning In a parked'car '
"In the a high school dance, It's i > re'.a. -'iteW -,wr.rN4d.i .
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it Takes Money To Be Lord MayorBy Split In State's compromise chairman of a sliv

GOP ('ump'idl'ns lie slat failed. I ? FROM LITTLE
Earlier Brown charged that .. f.J (\
WFST PAUl BrACHP)-
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MILTON MARMOR social fraternities .:h \\, Hecauct of his aiKunt and 1.ar 1. The spilt in state 1 Hoj(uhllr.uii Cramer w n h"III""l'ln" : the / SPARKS.
\ervist"' ? to "r r ii Iii' koilill.i I! t .
LONDON (AP) Imagine cannon in the llth Century I"'''lOu.'Ip..t' the lord 't ar i,arts ranks awarc I Id.'r tda <..
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a job where you have to go Later they became connected wuh .'j i the cm of London is jmeonc } after efforts of h'l'; GOP of. tempting/ i I" .ai', i Cato ill i rt\ _%' 1 GIANT FOREST
to 1,000 functions a particular trade or craft T,'lll\ i'r wit.ar'i: ,.,Iring heads <>f 1.1t tl Ills filled to I ring the two 1111\\',' ," i
1",11\ I t sin" I
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attend a luncheon year there are 83 livery comparing: almost ,-\ nnihKnuki' ",lorh, u tUms together.Tne ( )*FIRES GROW!
and a The lord always \'i..II' arranged i the Dri .h.t'I' .
mayor comes rift came to light TU"H.d
dinner almost day', from the members of the ,' i nt. It I I'Mt< l let .Id'rti.t
every court of gut i s tlf dole _.
make three or four speeches every aldermen. The 25 aldermen attire the loiu mil)'it also rectn & gates for the Rt'l'ul'II"oI.l1 Sa. --- -- ---- -
24 hour and pay 142,OOQ for elected the and Prftl'e Philip" >n rtt
the for life by the voters in queen Ito aJ onpntilm1'., fllej toTally
privilege. the 25 wards of the city of Lon. varied o..av"m.' i mw. Both I i Mil Sen.B .
That' the poet of Lord Mayor don. So, later He anrualU ah gin .I I
sooner or an alder. .
of oIr O l\\atr I of \I'I.'IIa.i Summer Year 'Round
the City of London, an eagerly man becomes lord mayor unlesshe the streets 'I t i or
ought-after honor that fill resigns or dies goes in state i I' ?,,1\\ \ rand '<> One slate, filed I III stit. Ro.
every year to a wealthy business i a I'HC,,1\,1\ I 1 ",: i IIdg.. p a..1II. halrman T"fl I I .,i'. Blue Ridge Mountainside Home
man.There Busy Social Life of the Quci' ". Hen, The nIl floa\ : Brown of Taml i, \ i* ll'1.
have been 636 lord To some the lord mayor is an dren love t11l' pr.'t,; '.si 1". its IIi ilfJtel but Informal) ,''I I It.
mayor since Henry Fitiallwyn anachronism from a feudal past. i it gailyhdr.J ,the a'II Ii t, a tl'< uoliwater.T ; For Sale or Rent!
took office in U92. To others he filed 'h Hi
means a displayof pomp :* other was Ie
The lord mayor today receives pageantry and a show that This priii'sln can be traced William C, Cramrti, H.I i ", .'f f
15,000 pounds ($42,000) annual warms their hearts and dews back to the 14th t ,'nturv St. Petersburg. Cran1t'I'' 'tl.iP -O- .
ly. He spends that and as much tourists. Greatest of all the ham,.,,, '. was pledged to Gollw Her
more of his own money before he What does the lord mayor do* attended by the 1 I'"rd rra' ,>r s Fourteen miles from Asheville, North Carolina.
surrenders office. Here's one day's activities: at the one ho and hi'o' .steel:' WlllUm T, WaknllI1: .lalr. 3 bedroom modern house, chestnut siding. Large
He is lord mayor of what Is 10:30 he received Mr and Mrs give every :November.it-'; is uv\.uty man "*f the State COP Hi\in"'eommittee living room with fireplace, chestnut paneled
known ss the city. The city, Harry Zukernick who gave hen attended b>' KOO guests in ; said two) ueiuiera'
which is slightly more than a the key of Miami Beach, Fla At whitetie and evening! dress! Th,''.' of the National Draft Gold\ atert. walls Wall to wall carpeting, draperies Diningroom

square milein Ilze.was the total 1:15 he had luncheon with the include the Prime Minister \h. inimlttee tried to ",'rK out, an, with fireplace, electric kitchen, 2 baths,
extent of London through the commander in chief of the home traditionally mak 's a foreign agreement between tl'' tn ,is'- .
with washer
automatic
Mglo-Ssxon period and the fleet and the admiral's wife. At policy speech the cabinet, the lions TUursdu) in T.111I\.1\ utility room dryer, refrigerator
Middle Ages 6 p,m. ha attended an Australian Archbishop of Canterbury'. the large deep freezer 2 car attached
The city now is the financial reception. At 7:30 he attendedthe lord chief Justin, H." '4iv..IJ,," llowexer., forts ti up IK u garage, Completely insulated, oil furnace. All
center of Britain, the Commonwealth Cripplegate Ward Club's annual officials of banking and commercial '
floor 1'i beautiful! in
on one acres, planting 150
and the whole sterlingarea. banquet. interests! and the masters 'i
That week he also went to. the 12 greatest liver) compani RESTAURANT acre exclusive retirement community Long range
1
It hasonly 4,500 residents hut among other places, a dinner for This year's dinner was gi\, '11fl view westward to Great Smokies. Elevation 2700
in the daytime 400,000 stream the Ryder Cup golf team openeda by the incoming lord max,n, IL k 1 TAMIAMI TRAILMoney
; feet, For sale $30,000. Most of furniture for
into its Alderman Clement James Herman ;
busy streets and build horticultural society's show w Maker
I ings. lunched with the master of the a property magnate sale at $5,000 additional, Annual rental $200
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furniture makers' company, and Out of rountrt ow nets monthly furnished Summer rental June through
Liverymen Elect entertained the West Indian and Five Ccttumtt lOKIMUUlK C. Janes 1I..1111I&n. l rJia\ot'"I tilu. went) >'.\ST"TIOS :
September $1,000.
The lord is elected to English cricket team at cock The lord mayor doesn't dresslike
mayor sl-h): THIS 10im
r his exalted office on Sept. 29 tails. ordinary mortal lie has fl\'. ut'I,t\ t I "lid' ," the aria fr"fl. which greater I n1'J.,11was I

every year by the liverymen of He also presides over city of different costumes during his doclopiil ua\t.s from his coach during I the .in. (all .For Further Information, Phone

the guilds. London governmental meetings, crowded year of office nual Lord \I\I\ "r's Show SO'I. This show a pron.- G;, II. LUFFMl I
The liverymen are the cue' in chief magistrate of the city, is He puts on his scarlet gown sum through the streets to the law coffin' lInt.' I 2.2270; MI 2.2371
cessors of the religious and aJmiral of the port of London. on attaining office For the lord
mayor's ..howI.. ith it goes a traced back to the l Nth Ctnlur.

scarlet hood or cap of dignity,
and a magnificent chain of office.
For court affairs he wears hit
3 Days If//ilt 3
Days violet gown. He has the chain of

ONLY; e/ ONLY, office draped around hit

HARTLEY'S VARIETY shoulders The black and gold robe in 7wipiLTHEMOSThaMICHIGAN

83 9th St. Naples, Fla. worn at the lord mayor's banquet
This robe of black figured silk
brocade trimmed with gold lace
and froggmg ia also called his
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o "Old Bailey" dress With H go

r;" "" gaiters At receptions. he wears his HOME

reception gown of crimson velvet
with ornamentedwith
,. I '' an ermine cape
three rows of black dots.
L ; S This robe has gold cordons and
1--8:0 Y tasslea with white satin rosette

r on each shoulder (The chain of .
r
I I office is slipped through these.)
The gown is lined with white
lit in.
Then come the coronation

fl ZB robe, a resplendent one of rich .
k, crimson and velvet lined with (.a t
white corded silk. It has four
bars of gold and ermine on each
I front. It ia edged with gold IlIc,.
There are two satin rosettes on rA F 'a 1ar. .
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L the shoulders. The garment, is ., ., t ;
-. a. .ii. atfidhtl, ,ft'' t ,
garnished with a'black; plush < :rn9: .ur. 4 Ii. / I / i I
tricorne hat trimmed with three

BIG XPORTRAII/ curled burnished black ostrich steel fathers ornament.anda

Buckled shoes, of course, are
worn with thia gown.
But not every lord mayor has THE KENT

0111 |1 00 ffD an opportunity public. It to appears wear this only gownin on 0 1, g, 1

royal coronations. .J
Pat HiHllii tWriiiltrCllfltfhotojropherWjIllt One popular misconceptionabout
the lord ia that the
At Queen must ask mayor his permission The Kent 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths

to enter the city of London. Screened Porch GarageS
HARTLEY'S VARIETY
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Mon., Feb. t-W.d.U Feb. 26, 10 am 'til 5 p.m. UNBIASED RECIPE :1:0:

No Age limit Adult Too! RENO AP) Jim Daley of ; / M, ,,,:- ;;

Reno, a brick contractor, won a .
THE MOST
men's cooking contest with a i
liMIT One Per Subject Two Par Toro P' recipe for potato chip spinach aralta '
Each Additional Subject S3.5 loaf nJ
The contest was sponsored by gAAAIi! ran
the Potato Chip Institute. Imla tau
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J Morse Part Of eludes certain labor leaders. five Peggy member IV* cheerleader of her class tOUt and Why Do People Hate ?

Ball made the statement Fri. e/Vap/cs secretary or' the Junior Class.
Unholy Alliance, day In response to Morse's crit ,
I Iclsm of him on the Senate floor ENTOR'S NOTES One of the them I think It's one of their
Kathy Turner new to
our
Says FEC Head Thursday, The Senator branded oldest and matt troublesome problems "
school, Is one of the promising big problems.
,JACKSONVILLE (APFlor.. Ball "an antiunion tyrant' and Lifes students of the Sophomore Class of mankind is Irrational a Goodnatuftd M r s. Hlrsh
aid the lone violent strike JlJ
I Id( East Coast Railway chair.
Flowers for the royal court prejudice. More \ and more makes It clearthatalthoughshe'sa
FEC should
man Edward Ball Sen. against the be ended -
says
.
were furnished by Floyd Nichols
J Wayne Morse, D-Ore., is (!art of un "an unholy alliance" that In. Railway Act. BY CATHY Congratulations to President worrying about uncontrolled point of putting herself In her
I Ball trustee for the railroad SCHRYVERQOOOQ.OQQQQQOQOOOQOOOOOOOO
t/
hostility In the modern'world.. It
Bardee Collins, Vice President daughters' place when an Issue
said in his reply to Morse,
I "thank God Senator Morse is so ,I Ann Nichols and the rest of the Here Is what one expert has to arises, she's no doormat.

LARGE LOT different in character from -- members of the pep squad fora say about what causes men to "In my home when the kids say
;. Corner of So. Golf Driver our two fine senators." Al Hackney was announced as John Richardson, Diana Rivers'' truly enjoyable evening. Hard hate each other. everybody's doing It,' I say
He referred to Sens. Spesiard the fourth "student of the month"In Ann Rogers, Judle Smollan, Lit work does pay II
r Gulf Shore Blvd. A golf. L. Holland and George A. an assembly last TuadayAl Van Wyk Liida-. Williams, Jim This coming Saturday,the 29th, By JOY MILLERAP 'Not everyone Is doing It. You're
irs |jewel, $10,000.00.See Smathers.Ball Is a member of the football Willis, Richard Woodruff, Connie ,, the Interact Club and the Key Women's Editor not.' "
I said Morse's charge that squad and also very active In his Workinger, Rick Arlck,Sandy Club will engage in a battle on A friend of her younger
I he refused to settle the strike Sophomore Class activities.Congratulations Eckoff, and Nancy Mortland. the basketball courts. These two NEW YORK (AP-People are daughter Is permitted to go anywhere .
G. H. LUFF was "without foundation ..con. to you from all jour These students took the pledge, leading clubs of our school, will prejudiced because they are
she wants Mrs. Hlrsh
Reg. R. E. Broker trary to the truth. .' fellow students.At and then were pinned by the old.r be competing In a "donkey bas. afraid. ,
members, (Some had a little,I ketball game". It Is hoped that relates, but her parents won't
; 421 9th St. No. That, as far as Selma C.
When there la a lot of sunspot the same assembly the newly bit of trouble.) the audience will enjoy the spec. drive her. "The father Is president
tacle as much as the contestants.Ride Hlrsh Is concerned, is the crux k
[ constitution for
activity, radio signal are apt to proposed Naples of a big company the moth.
bounce around the earth.I Senior High School 'em cowboy. of the matter
,_ crazily was com The Pep Rally Friday was \ t er has a Ph.D In something or
pletely "hashed over" by the en. truly a great ending to a won. "Prejudice is the conversion \ t
tire student SELMA HIRSH other. They tell her'Your grades
body. Many amend. derful year. Saturday markedthe U I knew all the words In the of fear Into hate," Mrs. lllrsh
ments were voted and the are bad so we're not drivingyou.
I on com finish of another basketball
dictionary, that still wouldn't be I,defines. "The American varietyof mist. If the most important pea
plete constitution will be Into else will take
put season and the students endedIt to But If anyone
I effect enough say about you Jiml ,, prejudice though it seem ple feel a certain or do a
Dress and Drapery Fabric next year. At the end of in good style. Th cheerlea. may way you, you can go.'
the discussion, Mr.Mortland told der started the rally by Individually Don't worry Skip, it Isn't true I more respectable than alcohol- certain thing, the prejudiced often What point are the parents
Notion the kids how very Impressed he doing some little thing: t Ism and criminality not really fall In line, even !If they hate "
was with their enthusiasm and making? puzzles Mrs. Hirsh.
across the stage that Is the "
different from either of minute of it.
I
Quilted Bed Spread"Alterations participation. Let's hope that the "trademark" of the different New member In the Cun very every "I think the middle and upper
same Interest will be shown in members of the squad. An ex. nlngham famlyl Maybe It lithe these. For all may be, and frequently WANT TO PUNISH class, the better educated par.

the upcoming elections. ample of this is Alexa Olson> future head of the English Dept are, flights from one's The more prejudiced people, ents are more guilty of this.
who went across the stage in a 01N.H.S. t self and one's fears."
says Mrs. Hlrsh, can't accept Middle class delinquency Is a
Everything for the Home Sewer New members of the BETA fake Beatle wig that could only Mrs. Hlrsh, who is special
CLUB were "pinned" also at the signify one person Buzzzzzzz frailties in themselves or their growing phenomenon. Look at
Mae BackIn
, assembly on Tuesday. President Ritchie (the captain for Satur.; Murray i assistant to the executive vice parents. They're always Idealizing. the Long Island debutante partyIn

Stanley Boynton opened the ceremonies day's game) Own Apartment 1'president of the American Jewish In the Studies' interviewsthey which a house was wrecked
Fabric Mart explaining that this clubis The pep squad sponsored a Committee, became an authorityon
The remember mamaas
always
to show the Importance of "Basketball Bowl" dance after: HOLLYWOOD (AP) silent the subject In a book "The or at swastika-painting partiesin
academic progress in the stu the game Saturday. To make this; film star Mae Murray, who all a mama should be. They which even some Jewish kids
which she
dent. New members were John. occasion really special,they wen)tdidn't know where she was Fears Men Live By" always describe what their parents participate, In pure rebellion."
690 Fifth Ave,, So. MI 2.3334 ny Bass, Winnie Below, Skippl all out on decorations for this, when police found her wander. wrote in 1953. It's an Interpretation had given them in material The child who has never had'
Boynton Steve Clark, Claudia dance. The color scheme was; Ing In West St. Louis Thursday, of the authoritative, five- comforts and physical rare. any limits to what he can do Is
"ombs, Lynn Johnson, Missy Lu. pink red, and white. All color.,,1s back In Hollywood.The volume "Studies in Prejudice",
Yet the of their childhoodis going to have sad experiences
.- .. Itejlan, Alexa Olson,Mike Repass,.. ed lights were used to adorn 74.year.old former actress the story many
results -
-- which brought together
the queen and her court. Queen was met by two friends told with shrill resentment: and becomes constantly -
Now! ,I Polly Hathaway was surrounded and a few officials of the Mo. of years of research by their brothers and sisters were fearful she says.. At the other
Formica tops even experts can'ttell by her sophmore and junior at. lion Picture Relief Fund when scientists into the origins and preferred, although they were extreme Is the over-disciplined,
tendants, Kathy Turner and she got off a plane at Los Angeles nature of the prejudiced person
Peg. child who suffers
far more amiable; at school, overprotected
from real oil walnut! Reflection gy Hood. International Airport FrIday -
by Lane Polly is captain of thecheer., night. ality.These bright though they were, they from lasting Insecurity, the kind

Superb color, grain, even : leaders and her enthusiasm has She was taken to her apartment scientists found that"In were bullied by teachers; boys of personality who either looks

the flat-satin oil finish helped spur us on to victory. In Hollywood countless ways fears experienced less worthy always won the girls for a scapegoat In later life or
at the age of 4 may be seen they admired. develops :a icpendcicy: on strong
B/1 t of real walnut. Smart "':" the thoughts and guiding
shaping
As adults, therefore they felt leaders.
Danish styling and : the acts of the 40-year-old," "Over-Indulgence and love
__. ;: : T'E "i/I; says they must punish others as others
famous Lane quality inC' .. ;"..,. from Mrs. Hirsh. had once punished them, says without guidance wilt cause emo
every construction ; : "When the study came out, I Mrs. Hlrsh. Because their early tional deprivation and discipline

;; detailand priced so Time Consuming, CostlyMAINTENANCE threw up my hands. 'My God.' experience had made them sure, without love Is no good either I

r----t- I said, 'does everyone have to The child who Is over-dlscipllned I
remarkably low! ;;t! with a of nothing but the certainty of I
v >>; go into analysis?' She grins failure and misery, they can tends to regard rules as something '

:?);::f. .\ is she recalls her reaction. find security and a sense of to break as long as he cant ,

.. '' fb No Vac System t Then she reallud that behavior belonging by pointing to all those fret away with It."

.. :;:: ,... ._.,1 1111I111111111111111I11111I11I111111I11I11I11I11I11I1it. can be affected, although the around them who don't belong, YOUR '
underlying attitude or prejudice
t a'r' ..; AQUA POOL by Isn't changed. who are outsiders. PHARMACISTSPEAKS
Because of their Insecurity, !
...... I 1\1\: :: Chuck Wood UNIVERSALGUNITE "Laws" deal with behavior, not they perpetually exaggerate the
: Fk .. attitude, she points out. i
Gen importance of authority, and In
Mgr. I
"They're not to reform the
1',1" INC. fact, the scientists speak of them
I
masses, but to protect the few'
J :: t MI 2-7078 as "authoritarian" personalities -
e''v:: FINANCING AVAILABLE She sees at least one bright GENE

'x'r': : {4]i }lt_ 'r 'J;,;T0 Jh't! : ;:: :: 7w r personality hope. "The is highly strictly prejudiced confer- ADVICE TO PARENTS McLAINt

"Moderation and flexibility
C' "! +qrll'"
"Wit .
I the keys In parenthood,1" say'J .a

INVESTOR'S DREAM Mrs. Hirsh."It takes more energy

and time to use them than to have Good advice from a noted

rigid rules or no rules at all, physician directed to

'. <':J'.... but It pays off with your child. mlddle-aged people. Hate

,< \,;"H'. : .. "He should be allowed to grow exercise, diet and emotional
01 .', ," ', up at his own pace and mature at relaxation as Important
his own rate. A child who's in avoiding heart

N pushed< becomes fearful and uncertain and circulatory disease.

of his own capacities.

That's the key to developing faith Anyone In sedentary

-: in himself. A child given that is work must exercise In

less apt to go around attacking moderation. It Is important .

people." also, to keep weight

r As the mother of two girls, down and shun foods rich

1 I ..t.tI f aged 15 and 19, Mrs. Hlrsh in animal fat.

1 knows all the problems. "But
1I
f I r don't understand why parentsare Finally, tension It ap.

I so frightened of their children pears triggers chemical
i .it."" .......
v ..... "' ; *>;' >.---. .. today They don't seem to reactions which may leadto )
<- "" -- .. ,
FormicatoppedReflection -- + : "" .1; ..: ?Mr have the capacity to say 'No' to heart trouble. Thus, it
l( "r --"ti ,. ,. ,. ; .
{ .tG 1 :;;' t a in advisable to seek greater .
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DOING (THIS WAY relaxation.It .
Dining Room ; ARLINGTON. Ky. (APAfterthe

t The fully furnished Alaskan in the center of Naples' financial 1 veterinarian prescribed a number
Lane Apartments or pills for Mrs. Ova Jones' li always advisable,
by i district offer a good return plus unparalleled appreciation possibilities.The dog her son decided that he'd by the way, to have your

Elegance for the most ; I s. proposed expansion of the First National Bank as well as the additionto make the pet swallow them. prescriptions filled at NAPLES .
He
pried the collie'smouth
gracious dining-and "arJsJ the Piccadilly, plus the zoning change requiring stricter parking for put the open pills far back on SHOP where PRESCRIPTION

you'll never cry over milk Fifth Avenue commercial buildings insure the future increase in value of her tongue, then held the dog'a with all the we newest keep developments up.

spilled on that Formica '.:' the Alaskan Apartment property. mouth youngster shut.let Lassie gulped and the in pharmacy.
go.
top! Just wipe it dry and "The dog promptly spat out We're located at 773

presto: you'll never y -a I r L the pills," said Mrs, Jones. "My Fourth Ave. North. Phone
know it was there. son got disgusted and threw the MI 22455.
pills on the floor. Lassie then
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Bowling StandingsSUGAR BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL MEN'S CHURCH PL Sunct.iT. February 2X: 196-1 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B
r Ospreys 55 33 First Christian 48 40
1963 activities of alcohol tobacco .
and
/ .NSPICE BB Seminoles \\50:38: St, Ann's 44 44 Use Horse Sense tax officer
Sages 611/2 301/2 Panthers 49 35 Bon. Baptist #2 ,44 44 To Find Owner Of The agent released the horse
: Paprikas 60 32 POl-Ho'es .,I 451/2 421/2 Trinity #/I '42 46 and followed him to a nearbyhouse '
.RNER By MARION SORENSEN Cloves 54 1/2 371/2 Gatora 431/2 44l/' Trinity '2 i 42 46 Moonshine Still where a farmer admit.

1 . . .> .. ... .. . .) .1 Cinnamon 60 1/2 4llneNutmegs White Herons ,42 46 fon. Baptist jfl i 42 46 WASHINGTON (AP) Internal ted ownership of the horse-and
48 1/2 39 1/2 Swamp Rats ; 40is Revenue Service agents the still.
Dixie Crystals 48 44 Razor Backs i 38 SO WOMEN'S CHURCH PL used old-fashioned horse senseto
GIngers 41ln 441/2 AirBoats; 29BOWLERETTE9 M Ct; >tlstiap; Daffy{ 31/2 341/2 solve an Oklahoma moon.
h?hot fake the family bowl. 181 and Ma Davis 456. Wanda Baldwin 57W.25, Jack Hatcher AUspice 4S 1/2 46 1/2 Lutheran 45 1/2 401/2 shine case. RENEW YOUR/ vDRIVER'S
I this1 weekend There:is lot i Rice reached a lone 179, Fran 575206, Tom Thompson 573-20, Rosemarys 38 54 .* PL Holy Bowlers 451/2 38 1/2 A horse was found tied nearan LICENSE .L .
cttvlty for all at either house. ces Fltzek 178, Ruby LInd 172, Gus Seaberg 56WOO and Was Sesames 35 1/2 581/2 Pampered poodle $'7 31 Trinity ill) 43 45 unattended liquor still near mm YOUR
Laura Clark 169, Agatha Cleary Henson 565232 Greenwood Eaton Peppercorns 33' S9 Nap Floor Cov? ''47 31 St. Arm's 411/2 42 1/2 McAlester, Okla., the agency BIRTH MONTH
BROOK3IDE/ BOWL' 164, Marion Lessey 163, Martha fired a 231 loner, Carl Arm. Sweet BasUe 251/2 62 1/2 Bre11 's Atlantic, 451/2 421/2, Trinity IIi/ 33 55 said Thursday in -reporting on
OMMERCIAL 'Mike Pike Rans 182, Ruby Riner 152, Mar. brust 221, Park Wilson 217, -Incomplete Faber Hair 45 43 -Incomplete1
th a 544.193; led Paul's Tex. tha Lowery 164, Rose Morrison George Geisler 209, Wally Wale Stone Builders 421/2 45 1/2 PIANO INSTRUCTION
as they won ail from PublU. 159.150 and Hazel Abrahamson strom 208, Harold Miller 206, Jim's Sunoco 40-iS COFFEE 'N DONUT PL
m Lake Trailer Court won 157. Ed. Busceml 204 and Bob Steel! MERCHANTS BB CVrtirtod Member MTXA A DMTNA-
from Wimp's Texaco, led by SUGAR 'N SPICE Star for Sr. 202. Naples Marine 42 1/2 26 1/2 Flame Lounge 38 50Nick's Sugar DonutS I 66 22 .! I lie< !.ar. to ('ul1" Preparatory
t Haynes Jr. with a 564.212 the day was Ida Poyer 503.177, WOMEN'S CHURCH Out King Insurance 411/2 27 1/2 27 61 LuzliftrwEvpresso1'' S3 38 Downturn Studio
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lIe his Dad, Jim Sr., rolled Eloulse Williams 493.180. Mae front for the nite was Rita Baker Roses Texaco 37 32 501/2 37 1/2 : Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197
52$.220. Ken MeConkey wash Williams 481.181, Etta Wright with a 500.177. Beverly Nelson Kwlk Chek 37 32 COMMERCIAL BB HolsumDetchnut 42 46 -
for ''Pittman'a as they won 467, Hazel Abrahamson 462,Kaye listed a 469.171, Nour Turner Ed Davis Builders 36 33 Brehm's Atlantic 62 34 38 RO
from ,Brehm's Atlantic, with Rans and Ruth Dodge 452. M.D. 468.171. For singles! a 161 was Yahl Bros 36 33 Ptomans Fun. Home 56 40 Sanka 38 50 * *
592.216. Joe Salmon tallied Scofield .113 av. a nice 439. popular as LaVerne Bibbee, Dunbars 35 34 Palm L.k Trailer Ct 52 44 Ma>.wellllousc J1 :51
586-215, Ed Busceml S77.222. Wanda Jones rolled a 173 sine Norma Queeney and Helen Tracyall Marhoeffer #12 35 34 Wimp's Texaco 50 46 Folders US IA' ."I 1/2
per Townsend produced a lone gleton Louise Wolford 165, Jo posted one. Marlon Peder.son Isle Of Capri 33 36 Bigley's Radio 50 43 FIVE STAR SPECIAL
10, Walt Brehm 208,Lovell Mea. Loach 163 and the 5.7.9, Tina had a 155 and Nancy Dun County Engineers 47 49 -
irs 205, George Wall 200, Bob Klbee 154, Anne Atkinson 150. 154.MEN'S Fuller Industries 30 39 Paul's Texaco 46 50 ,...-. ".
oorhead 197, Gene Tessler 192, Marie Weaver posted a 158 and CHURCH Dennis Naples Printing 26 43 Anchor 44 52 iiilWlWANT FOR SALE
ed Clark 193, Bud Hogue 191, the 8.7.10, Frances Walker 147, Salmon led the league with 542. Marhoeffer HI 23 46 Publlx Lounge
ck Perry, Vern Allen and Em Rosanna Loach 156, Joa Sharp 193. Allen Bibbee tossed a 513, 42 1/2 53 1/2 ADS
imerlck 190. 149, Flo Coe 142, Polly Pearson G. Newton. 505. Frank Crltten. FIRST FLORIDA BB Troplgas 32 1/2 63 1/2 Corner of 5th Ave., South and West lake Drive
CONSTRUCTION ..Gary 154, Bunny Nelson 146.145 and don listed a 203 single and Joe Sub Divisions 65 27 NITE OWL BB ZONED COMMERCIAL
jilpponen, with a 494, led Beach the 5.7. Haslup 192.ROCK Acreage 63 29 Conditioned Air 481/2 201/2
ablnet to their win over Naples MERCHANTS Al Iverson 'N BOWLERS Mary Consultants 55 31 Sea Treasures 40 29 \1'/ $400 per front ft.
ederal, in spite of Jim Croak's tossed a 534- 07, which was his Armbrust was the talented one Financing 55 31 Ingrams Chevrolet 37 31
7. Townsend Produce won all first 500 series, and led Kwik with a 567.223. Shirley Johnson
Real Estate 45 47 Grants 81 1 361/2 321/2
om the Police Department withe Chek to their win over Dunbars. reached a 544.221, Ethel Jones
assistance of Elvin Town. Yahl 525.182 Estimating 44 1/2 41 l/2 Chc:>serWashO Mat 34 36
> Brothers took all from Naples Mary Jo Gibbs 482 and
md 57W20, F. Lord a 207 Ion. Marine with the assist of the 54.10. Ina Bunting fired a Designs 42 1/2 49 1/2 Bank of Naples 33 36 Naples Real Estate Exchange Inc.
r and Mike Pike 215. Fred O3. Osceola's 602, using gamesof 214 loner, Lucille Lord 180, M. Construction 39 53 Grams #2 32 37
Illlraan with a 555.200 was highr 212 and 229. T, Abbott was Snivel 172, Wanda Jones 171, Developers 38 54 Anchor Lounge 30 39 roa+l ruTMmj, j I'hunr MI
> Conditioned Air as they won the talented one as he rolled Betty Pauly 167, K. Hler 162, Investments 37 1/2 54 1/2 Trail Cleaners 281/2 401/2 25133 061 5th Art. IWa
11 from Allied Paving. John games of 207.210.217 for a 634. A.Castenlr 158, Jeanne Melt. Planning 36 56 Naples Federal 251/2 43 /}
tall used of 219 and 203r zer 160 and the 3.7 .. ..
games R. Schweikert had his first 600. Bebe Moog Cooperatives 311/2 601/2 ---- -- -
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a 569 set Gene Tessler Games of 226.230 and 154 gave 160. Bowling at least 30 pins
ailed to down the extra pinn him a 610. Danny Hayes listeda over their average were Dorothy COr.5TROCTIONEERS DB WKSLKY00VOTNG, G. OUTLINES "A WAY OF LIVING"
( his third game which would Zoller 139
564. C. Gelt produced a lone Judy Daugherty
lave given him a 186 triplicate.om 219, Jr. Simpson 216, Ed Davis 130 and the 5.7.9, Anna Mae Townsend Produce 63 33
; IN NAPLES ON TIIE
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Bennett listed a 210 single. 206, Guye Daniels 205, Marvin Penno 161, Wilma Milner 127, First Florida 56 40 Realtor -
on, Ron Hody 205, Bud Mohr. LeMasters 203, Mike Yahl 202, Oleta Miller 157 and C. Garten Sawyers Carpet 55 41
,acher 200, Gene Tillman 198, Ed Buscemi 200 and Bud Hogue 146. Other split conversion experts Conditioned Air 54 42
ton Townsend and G. Yager 194 201. Nice games were rolled were Joyce Haslip the 4. Nap Federal 53 43
Harry Miller 191, Richard Gold. by Rae Hendrix and Claude 7.10 and Enid Deeks the 57. House Electric 53 43
n i and Bob Schwelkert 193. Jolliffe 199, Bob Steele 198, K. COFFEE 'N DONUT It was Sunshine Sup rex 47 49 Kxtra: large two bedroom, two bath Coop
WOMEN'S CHURCHIrma Roark 195, R. Golden and Paul win or lose for all teams. Luz.
Richards 44 52 ,
Roofing Over apt. Hear corner facing Inland waterway.Swimming ,
of fur the plowing family.
Plenty room
high for the Diablos lane took
isser was Gray 192, Steve Conrad 190, Maxwell House with
.a they won all from Question Don Elferdlnk 192 and 190. Terry Murnan leading 491.171. Win Turner Nursery 54 1700 K|. fret of living aiea including family pout, central l air-conditioning and
arks. Irma tossed a 436.163. FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC Holsum over Folgers with Belle Allied Paving 39 51 room. Two baths, plus two cur raiport. Near heat Beautifully and completely fuinlihed.
Iff to a slow start Joyce 0'. Financing won all from Estlma. Corwtn high 485.193; Sugar Do. Naples Police 36 60 new high rhool. Many, many extrai.
(Green rolled a 477 with gamesof ting led by Em Emerick 559. nuts over Sanka led by MaryJo Beach Cabinet 34 62 Only 119.500 M8.000
187.180. Tess Hill reacheda 192. Designs swept all points Gibbs 533.210 and Expressowon
451.167. Marie Weaver yield. from Developers led by Jim all from Beechnut by for. WOMEN'S CHURCH BB
''ed a lonely 180, Anne Brown Croak 591.210. Adam Moog witha felt. Jean Vogt was high for Christina Pinheads 37 29
166, Jane Russell 161, Marg 548.196 and Frances Lord 543. Expresso with a 457176. Sandy Methodist 35 31
Uiltner 159, Merle L. Harris 201 led Planning to their win over Hackney recorded a 486 set, Dlablos 34 32
|158, Jean Vogt 152, Yvonne Ro Cooperatives Harry Sauchelll Mary Hatcher 469 and the 5.7 Gutter Dusters 311/2 34 1/2
irs 151. Vivian Jones and Da-fired a 575.214, Ned Dorsey 567. twice Helen Tracy 454. Alice Mixed Christians 31 35 On Naples Day, Aqualane
visa Sockaloski 154. Nanev 237, John Stull 56CWOO and con. Jensen posted a 159 loner, Shir. The newest In Naples-beautifully ilmigneti ..3. Shoiri A real buy In a 3I -
Pierce was the expert with the..verted the 4.7.9.10 plus the 4. ley Glasser 152, Ruth Felsch. Question Marks 29 1/2 36 12MEN'S bedroom, 2-tlle bath home In the Moorlrir overlooking 1 bedroom, 2 bath home, large screened porch with
id.MEN'S 7.9. Ed Harroun reached a lone 104 av.140 and 147, Jackie Mor. 1 the Onlf four He. Unique In every detail. breathtaking view. Large boat port with aun deck
CHURCH MethodistNo. 223, Gerald Kelly 220, Don El. gan 139, Bobble Hendrix 137 CHURCH BB See UI today. i I Beautifully furnlihed.
2 won all from Assorted ferdlnk 203, Ed Davis 202. WU. and Audrey Sober 141. Methodist #Ill#1 64 28
12N.SOO! 145.000
Christians ably assisted by Ralph Assorted Christians 57 35
Liam Jones and Fred Hillman BIG CYPRESS MIXED Bob
McKlrlhan with a 501.182. Ken recorded 199, Huble Hart 190, Cats outran the Seminoles withan Methodist ###2 471/2 44 1/2
McConkey posted high series for Ralph Leigh 195, Leon Snyder assist from Betty Hardwlck Christian Men 40 1/2 511/2
the night, 54W09, Vern Allen 194, Joe Salmon 192, Gene 495175. Dick Erickson was high Emmanuel We Have Listings On Many Fine Lots In Naples

525. Bart Hicks registered a Chamberlin and Charlie Rice 190. for the men with a 58CW235 followed Lutheran 36 1/2 55 1/2 Aqualane on the water, IHthAte. 225 foot depth with southern expo Price Include club and ,hvarhmemlteriihlp
208 single, Gene Tessier 193, by Bud Hall 575.199. Lead. ..
Charlie Qca 192. Sharpshoot. PINE LANESCONTRACTORS ing the Ladles were Bettye E. Nap, Methodist 301/2 611/2 ., So., 16.000. ure, $6,500. subject to approval
ers were Edgar Shaner 4.10 and Moon Mule Hoverman 494.196 and Flora Edwards CONTRACTOR PL Mooring One of the highest fart Royal Spyglass l Lane and of the Tort Itoyal IVeach flub
Clifford Krleck 579. lint Jed his team MOODS Ma. 4 .16ILJso the 5.7.91 2 iteration In the City. of Naple. Ituna....)' lIa)'. board. Only' 113,250..
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I NITE OWLS: Bank of
I, Naples sonry, "tOx>victoryover Naples Gene 1'essr.r-i h ii "a lone Boat Haven 24 12 a '
took all from Trail Cleaners with Supply when hit rolled a 546- 220, Bill) Henry 202, Charlie Ho./ 24 12
Pete Love high, 472.173. Juanita well 199 Artie White 191. Moons Masonry 70(1 Sth Avenue, Houlh* Across from
197. John Garvin !eave him Bryson WESLEY G.
Snyder was out front with high an assist with a big 205 loner Edwards a 121 av.rolled a 172 Firestone 19 11 First Nation) Hank In Maple. "'Ia,
tAiiea 487.178. Joanne Mande. Tex Kaverman was hlghman for\and convened the 56.10 plus B & B Builders 19 17 liE- 8
vllle 465.181, Katie Stull 438. the league with a 883. :xt the 510. Marie Erickson toss Daley 131st 18 18 AnNorltle*
15 21 DOWNING Karl.: I. Erwin: (i.;
ed a lone 170, Beth Deal 166 Naples Supply Realtor Fry Downing
I Marlys Boyd 158, Helen Halr! Stone Builders 14 22 Kufu I I', llurnhtm
140 and Shirley Wardrlp.109 av. Conditioned Air 14 22 ..- -
ST a nice 144 plus the 57. Alander & Sons 8 28 ._ of _
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NATIONAL BANK Floor Covering, by winning all
from Pampered Poodles,are now
tied with them for first place. ,
OF NAPLES High for the floor coverers were

complete Lucille 503, both Lord using 524 a and 179.LU Miller Faber A I i MONDAY THRU THURSDAY I

Hair, led by May Grant with a
433.152, won all From Flame
banking Lounge. Brehms Atlantic were
victorious over Nicks with an i
assist from Dot Donelson 499.
L. services 186. Louise Fortin tossed a 499.
186 Ethel Jones and Mary Jo
Gibbs. on the same team. had BRAKE RELINEInstalled
Identical series 476 They each
had two 163 games and a 100.
Ann Fuller listed a 463.177. Mar.
garet Miller had a nice 197, Jerl
Jerabek 182, Elizabeth Hardwlck
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NAPLES 172 and the 5.10,Anna Mae Penno
165, Anne Sharp 161 and the 4.5,
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8B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 23, 1V64 ship's captain, David B. Me. Many Chinese residents here
"'f Michael of Pasadena, Calif said Breakfast Worth Getting Up For Red ChineseEating report an increase in letters
,Shakedown Cruise new crew after being docked for the ship would cover a trlangu. from friends and relatives In
( almost a year.In lar course with the top point China pleading for money.
Of NS Savannah contrast to the ballyhooed about 30 miles southeast of Gal. : These often say members of
arrival in Galveston last February veiton. h-- &&* / Better families are sick and need med.
4 I Gets Quiet Start --. golden key to the city, The ship is scheduled to return + Ical attention. Others say they
GALVESTON, Tex. (AP- a Stetson hat for the ship's cap. to its specially constructedpier :( / need the money to buy food.
I The Nuclear Ship Savannah, tats and flowery speeches-(he in Calveston Sunday. The letters are regarded by
built as a U.s. showcase but sleek red and white Savannah Engineers of the old crew >jtffMHA mUfi Not FleeingHONG many recipients as blackmail.
f tarnished by a year of labor slipped from its pier quietly un. members of the Marine Engineers "I know most of the cases are
M trouble, left Its Galveston dock der cover of a cold night. Beneficial Association, ? KONG CAP)-The ex p,, phony. But what can I do?" one
I Friday night on a shakedown The new crew, rushed into a shut down the merchant ship's dus of retugees from Red Chinais factory worker said. "I can't at.
cruise. quickie training course, was get reactor May 6, 1963, over wage down to a trickle but the flow ford to take a chance. Maybe
Plagued by labor problems almost ting its first taste in operatingthe dispute. of mangy to friends and rel a., my mother and sisters are real.
since Its maiden voyage in ship and Us unique reactor, tlves on the China mainland laErowlng. ly sick."
April 1062, the $55-mllllon Sa. although many simulated voyages The United Sut s firmer gets The Chinese Communists allot
+ vannah shook the mothballs have been made on shore. about 2.7 cents for the corn in a 1t People In Communist China, extra food rations to recipientsof
from its reactor and steamed The trial run is one of seven 27-ceni box of cornflake eating slightly better than they overseas remittances to draw
r Into the Gulf of Mexico with a over a two-month period The did, are not so desperate to nee more money from abroad

as they were a year ago. The The Hong Kong government
". $$JL Improved food situation Is recently announced thousands
I i caused partly by slightly better of food parcels sent from this
harvests and partly by Peking's British colony were returned by
purchases of food from abroad. the Chinese Communists. No
H 1Y But the Chinese Communists reason was given.
now need foreign exchange to Many people here believe this
replace the hard currency they is a device to encourage Hong
t a4ilM spend importing food. They are Kong residents to send money
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trying to get It by resorting to Instead of food to relatives and
strategems close to extortion. friends In Red China.

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1 I! L\ ,,.._ OLD-FASIIIONED BREAKFAST is simple to prepare .hominy and bacon bakein s
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I the oven hile apple rings sizzle on sup of the range

By CECILY BROWNSTONEAstoclottd Ke use canned horninv. Tins, we arrange on a largo' wire rack:
LtWRAP Press Food EditorA as you know, IN usually available rivet a large I toil-lined thallntk. v

I GREAT n/ sin course 'lorreakfast in t 1-pound and 1-pound, 13- roasting or broiling pun. The The Lowrey Organ
bacon will shrink during the bak-
is divided into three ounce cans Here in New York
ing, ao if have to lap over a
canned white you
art*-crisp bacon, buttery hl>nI- City only hominy
ny and fried sweet apple ringv. is generally around but visiting few slices, just rearrange themto entertains
The apple rings are a must down south we saw that the give them all breathing apace you
YOUR HOME IN A PACKAGEI!
ecaufte there' something about yellow variety also come in About half an hour before
him that brings the best inhe can*. Count on three servings breakfast time we put the package the SUNDAY Show
Year ago, moat home) owners needed at least four basic policies: Fire out of hominy on a rack in the on
from the small
bacon and hominy. can, six from the
Insurance on the house and on its contents, theft protection and liability Originally this oldiime A.nen- large center ot a hot ((400 degrees/ )

Now, B.I.A. combines then coverages in one simplified package policy: :an breakfast trio was cooked on To get the hominy ready we oven for 10 to IS minute. Thenwe starring Frank Blair.
the of bacon the
The Home Owner Policy. Now, you can get broader, more flexible op of the range, and often it dram two of the 1-pound cans rack put above pan in the next 10 on min-
;
It ill u. The bacon ii I fried in a and dump the hominy onto a
coverage while saving time, trouble and money (perhaps at much as ig skillet removed and drained. large rectangular sheet of super- utes or so the baton gets crisp! NBC Television

25% of what you are now paying!) Call today and ask how you can then the apple ring go into the strength aluminum foil Some bits and golden-brown and the hominy.
fat lender and of butter-about 2 tublespotmaare finishes .stemming.While .
aeon to
wrap YOUR home in a package a protective package policy. gel )
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tckcd with ,,,I n-brown. The scattered over the hominy. this h.ikmg ik going on
ominy. too, in cooked or heated Then we bring together the two we get the apples ready. We fir' i
IUG**, nfit&ft, But present-day cooks often them over a couple of times to red-skinned .11' >plu and cut each
BENSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC ike to change about to suit their make a drugstore fold. The two into four rings-they should be
11II orwenience, and we find that remaining ends are also folded about 2-inch; thick The apple m t rk
870 FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTH PHONE: MI 2-5141 utling the hacon and hominy in over to make a tight aeal. rings go into hot butter in a
he oven suits ours In the meantime we've left a large skillet to get puffy on the
half-pound ((12 slices) '01 bacon under side, then they're turned
at room temperature so the slice to cook the other side. Some )
can be separated easily TheseHere's cooks like to dip the apple rings
i .J'r, in flour and sprinkle them with
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"., ., r l. : sugar ;
: : / cook just use sugar; some use
f neither. Take your choice. But
be Hure to choose apples that
will stay firm enough) keep
their shape during the cooking
If you wunt to use bacon drippings
1l,: for cooking the apples,
the you can pour it out of the oven
pan. It won't hurt the bacon or
( hominy to have a stay in the 1
AnswerBy tumed-off oven while you are
preparing the apples Or if you

have, baron dnppingm' >n> your ."
a.. refrigerator (from other bacon
+ rr a' ara ANDY LANG cooking) you can use those.

AP N.wsf.otur.s This breakfast fare we recom Van Der Veer Music CenterNaples
mend for weekend enjoymentwith -
QUESTION: Our house was
lots of good hot strong' Shopping Center Ph. MI 26632NOW
very hot last summer and we _coffee to tinge, over.
made up our minds to do something --

about it before next

summer. We hope to installan

G, } attic fan, but have some !

_{ k doubts about whether I it will

cool the entire house. We

) r have a small, six-room home
with asbestos siding and

asphalt roof shingles. LOWER CLOSING COSTS


ANSWER: The key to whetherthe
fan will cool the entire house
LOWER INTEREST RATES
j' depends on how large- the fan ia
end how expertly it it intlled.

.. \; ,1 ,fi,4' This, therefore, calls\ for professional -
advice from. the dealer
'j. ,:... from whom the fan Is purchased.Most F'a alb .,.
L ,: '. : : t''' ; ''i'f. !t ,, ,
!:' attic fans range from 22 to ( } ? tltg7 a
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: 48 inches in Wade diameter. 15 3 >'
I' ; >:, ; ; < Engineers say that the best NAPLES FEDERAL *rt F* I v *2 y*? is&fss?

; t : location for an attic fan is above I mm.
.' '"' the ceiling in a central hallway, ,: : H f
since the air pull from all the NOW Hr t r

rooms will be about the same. i ?-, .
When a proper attic fan is IA ; '
What Makes tp
RollsRoyceThe elected, it will change the air ) 5
Makes It Easier
In the house approximately every '
Best Car in the World? minute to s minute-and-a-haif. i'
The fan should have an auto For You To Own
matic shutter mounted in the
ceiling. This shutter opens when *
I'rthap this one fact will rive you a clue: A team of expert engineers and! em fume the fan is running and close Your Homel! '
n spend nine full week on the final sUtcea "f preparation of each Kolls-Uuyfe hen it u shut off. The air '

and Henlley car before It i ill pronounced. ai being up to !toll I.Royce standards anllr I passes through this shutter Into staeatasetmesttt ? R'
the attic and cut of the mUll q
..... ready to lit shipped to a prospective owner
It will not go out of the house,

!in day the moat expensive of course, unlea there are
The same operation are performed a single working on
vl louvers in !the attic. These
domeatlc car. louvers are uaually placed si

Suc'i, painstaking attention to the inmllut detail i It eloquently apparent in your lint the gable ends of the house.
IN THE FACE OF HIGHER COSTS
... Sometimes it i IS necessary !that IN HOME FINANCING -
1. .. experience behind! the wheel of a KolU-Koyc* or ,'ntl!')'. It If even more apparent
these louvers be enlarged to get NATIONWIDE THE NAPLES FEDERAL
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ninny yearn Inter when your R01l..U"yrt' or llentUy will till bo the im>*t tie- full benefit from the action of
.. .ant ear nr'unlhpr: ; { in almost absolute silence and drawing-room comfort It will the fan SAVINGS LOAN IS HAPPY TO BRING THE RESIDENTS

on -111'1 l i form the most roaring, clattering poiUri; and when you make the happy OF NAPLES AREA -
!i, .if, l"O'rthat your KolU-Royce or N"ntle111 have divieaneil in market value .J Everyone Head The NEWS"

leas than the combined derreaaes you might have suffered tin the parade of ordin.

\. 1 nry cur you might have bought and traded during the period you were drMntf and
'JO!!" enjoying the bet car In the world BEACH RENTAL Lower Financing Costs!
9(1x
Gulf Beach
Directly on
'11'A rail or a note to us here in Naples will put a IWU Ftolle-Rojree Silver Cloudy !HI ,
:. ': In your hands for a test drive anytime at your convenience. < attractively furnished,
.Ir- onditioned and

L hilt (! completely equipped .whore you save does make a difference !
John Chase Strouse modern beach house,


Resident Representative In Naples ;, i .-' occupancy ready for after immediate,lit Join the many people who save with us for profit /?

I r*;', .: April, 1964. Large living and safety. Also! if you're looking for a home loan, 'eg"

Rolls-Royce and Bentley Cars room with open come in and talk to one of our home loan specialists. 11JT1

... fireplace and screened They arc experienced in tailoring a home loan to fit

porch overlooking the
1 P. O. Box 1414 All 2.3226 Gulf. Four bedrooms, )'UU1' budget.

three baths, electric

kitchen with all modern
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Petmanent Resident Representative In Naples .Is part of the Service of conveniences and

TAYLOR IMPORTED MOTORS of Weal Palm Beach. A call to Mr. Strouse

and your car will be picked up, given the finest professional care and returned TVs appliances with cable, including connec 2 APLES ((FEDERAL (&VINGS t

to you. Also an excellent selection of Pre-Owned Rolls-Royce and Bentleys '
tion. w are LOIN AIIOCItT
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> rl Lin. ..hruar)' 23. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS, 9B
dhs
What Young PeopltGrades T1rink" IIUUSl' ( .rou ,

Ihuhcct McN.i.uuraDid mitt<. I 1'.lft! recommended the'Armed Services Committee, told
mnmcm the advice of Gen the House that the committee

Careers Trouble Most Teens Not Hl'I.t: Curtis UMa\, Air I r"ort't'l'hlefof had put in the extra $92 million
staff, slthnugti It had not .beenluiliklMl on the 'advice of LeMay.,
'
,, WASHINGTON seer II' whet hao1, "s 10 I1. lie .
By Eugcoc Gilbert hawse has IPI".I! lit\ "'I Ci.9 a git'ate. May says/' Vinson said,""and I
President, Gilbert Youth TF4dllEc I ill lion defense aUUI
Reicarch, Inc.Today' CAI2EFR rln" ... ', .aI, including StJ million In i research' bill, It 1'1'0111.lud..11 no moneyat t no."
\on. a 'II I
i funds not asked h\ Secretary of all. It klmph sets the maxi. Rep Samuel S. Stratton, D .
teen.Hgen no longer fit c 1 I rAMILy C t-tlttr'"' ." ,,1 tIIr.. J nln.l prnhI IMeiift R.,11I'rl l S. McNaitura.pproal mum limit fur later approprU. N.V., offered an amendment to
Into the popular pattern of Irresponsible soot' p Jy (1 I I !lII1, I ':< 1" .,.,,11..1 t tsb .\ of the largest de. time, b>' Coiifrpss.And strike out the $92 million,, bur
; iN ". am1' ,, ,,11"1 iiM inr\
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adolescents Interested only in i' \1. : I' hn' uutlphlt even If Congress later Vlnson and his supporters easily
popularity, dates, clothes and 'surface ul "; P.I" n.1': came late Thursday on a 333.0 Jljvroprlati' I ho $92 million for defeated It.
I roll railIte.. research, then-I I. nothing the
values. Our latest of ,ti. I.tinilt! Flatten 01\ In the outer comet; belt, where
survey "i"I' 9. million Is Int.-ndivi 1 for bth.I cm Iii' i rr McNainm
1590 young people.shows their chief o ? i .\ l'I' < "'''n nu.., ,I< '\...t. t.'UIIwl' i %--.iuh on a manned l'"ml",1', i to spend it If IIP doesn't want to. the gravitational, pull of the suni
worry school work,followed closely t l S N1'i 0< rt. .aril I, .,-\I.nnnuvl, mil .i rrum\v1\ I Intercept, I ilutf. During tin del Jii-, Rep.carl' i> weak, a < met may he Jarred
y. r .ail'1 'I t iti regular orbit by a '
, The Itusn Armed bervldsconu D.Gi. iiaTin.in of the passu
by concern over a career _Ib I! 11.1 "' 14ns -IseuiKl \! VuisiiM' '0 .'A'

Forty per cenlohhltleinlef\'ll'1Oed 'I ,' "t I..'". .I. ,I., h.lt ,

pointed to school! work as a 'V., I ,? \
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problem, but the boys and Kirk dif 'n'r
ACRES N' ACRES
fered sharply on the subject Half of \ ( It ? II.., aililrouhltl. '", n.attulo .

the young women said grades trou, ,i, reed anh. 1t"I/'f/ I '.smp11th
Ii I !Iatrtn.l \\ ,.h, ii11id "" OK
bled them most but only :2'2 |I"u tent
worried : : 'i, ? '1b"'I! h..a "inn.' I .t
of the boys were it-' 'it

marks, T1\) trill' int 111I'olhll' ACRES
." 'uRulIl"nll 17 1\".
Indicated
The boys / a career Has \
with I dtii I.I 11,1.din I a ..I" d
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their calling main It problem as their chief percent I nit, I Inn)\ ,uttldt'RI 1",01. ,I...t., acres of Bayfront, elevations to 8 ft. above sea level, 1320 ft. of

worry Price with
.01" .11 15350.00 terms.
One third of the girls also Indlcuttd 134

they were troubled about future tic i ,Ani hmt\ K'i,1' I.. I t Acre Tracts on proposed Kelly road. Pine land with elevations to 12 ft.
cupatlons, making this problem second
u riles soiral ol ilu :i with terms.
only to school work ,
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Joyce Strom, 16, of Mirrifitlit ill i ,'ropir "mil dlsH'llltI 1 1 ,I"n, Walk on it before you Buy it.
Minn., summed up the holing! 01 l V ,
Ii dig" it own 'u. uhlii dll'"I1.h'
of the girls when she s.iid, 'I 1
many I I .II. t lit "I Hi 09
to keep grades high but I 1'11I o// /
try my ys/111 .ccaft.e1Jdstf
( C\W
-.t I '"I'Ht'tt 'lo 'unu. n1 \ ( < 'j
afraid
always I won't"Another iriiii'A .till ,"'" .1 tnu :h 11111.

' facet of the same !problem Carters a Concern, w" ik I 1'1. i ht ilili '''g''IIIII" IIrl1"/ ,\\ 1'I, i ,, T" i i ., "."It t \l.i. I.I, ",,., ,I,11111'I he ""It i, "..I'
troubles Nancy;: Clrgg 17. of Many of the buys laid ,they were .illl, K, ulxiul IIII\1\' i 1,1.,I I I'IJ'' n I I" ,\ I h., .ul F *30 Fill, Avcn.,> Soulh

Attleboro Mass who said her chief undecided about their future plan I lit minter ol rd.tlioiiN! wild Umil III) the li'lIIlll.l I 8
Is along with theteachers. .1 ,. in ., ,, I ... .. : Phone MI 2.5359
'worry 'getting and were worried about h ilh career \ nuinrMit, n.iv 1I1'\.lln! line' on the K ii i ln .I I H"' \ IIIhr adM. i .I Ll v J;

.' to choose .1 1 can't really decide on Kills/ list ol worries \linint one lu, Hawaii rrr| >Mil 1 the I \il.mi., .i i or 2.5249

ny career and I I'm afraid to decide I fourth win Ir"lIhlnla"1I1 Retting; cry ol mal1II'''' "ig.t.| I ,.| I I".. 'mis Ii, lilt giI Lin' .". I I..i. ., ,

Red MilitaryGains I ties late,' expl.ilntdllkt) / \\'+dking. thug wlih ilu'u l.iimlx and agreed use up iii\ all, H i '" Inn I ,Yo ml (lull II" hat. I, i ill i< ii<
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I lie It'IUlllll'lIb iif mans of those InIcrxicwtd IMI :S; Y.. who "Hid! | her family

!. iliKkiil' unditklund tills younger
In Asia
relKhton Maher 17. uf !I'url. (jinir.itlon:

'land, On linked at tool work anda ,V Klunlflimil' porUon of the groupinprtHMtl t r .

career laylnR( he w ul1llll" u<> lu n worry tilnjiU getting(
U.S.KUALA and ilnii' do! ahead| |
Hurting iolltv: ( 11 i i in\
along with members of die opposite/

,, are T"enty-one per cent uf the boy
LUMPUR Malaysia Communist China and NorthViet and 18 per cent of the girls were
(AP)-A rash of developmentsin
Nam unless the West troubled this An
Southeast Asia has deepened agreesto by problem equal
Western pessimism about this guarantee. his country's neutrality. number of young men listed person

area's chances of uniting al fliiaiuri as their I greatest worry
In Laos, Communlst
pro-
against threats of Chinese ex. after
Pathet Lao forces, bolstered by schoolwork and a career The
panslon.
have stepped at.
American Vietnamese up
influence which
tacks in the north and north FAMILY AFFAIR :
trace helped stitch together key central sectors In a frE'sh. bold .
sections of the region has worn attempt to widen Communist COATESVILLE, Pa. (AP-W.) w .p A \I _

.thin.An open attempt by France to control In that little kingdom. Lloyd Webster and his sister

move in where the United States In South Viet Nam, the Com Mrs. Elizabeth Ford, are the I"J4j Zoned to the highest residential
munlst Viet Cone has intensified DL flhI&1iIiAe .tfl)
is edging- r being edgedouthas third generation of their familyto ,,
terrorist activity while the coun. G code of Collier
complicated the picture. the store Fit 7 County
Amid the confusion Communists try Is ctlll rebounding from Its operate general o lQ \

have registered fresh mill. months.second coup American d'etat troops In three have opened 101 years ago In nearby ; w I ) ) "/ Is Just Right For Florida Living .
Erctldoun by their grandfather.
tary gains In the Southeast Asian 111I..4.
heartland. become the target of bombs.On onA. CWM... "E and near to everything you desire
the Southeast Asian rim, The two succeeded their father 4
Along the outer arc, where
the fledgling Malaysia Federa. Warren Webster, In 1993
Communist aggression Is not an
Immediate factor, the Malaysia lion faces the opposition of two Warren had taken over the business
of its biggest neighbors, Indo '. .
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crisis has ripped neighbors from Its founder, William '
apart. tttt M&MBMMft fcSfInflndonesiftItself nesia and the Philippines., Internal Webster; In 1903. The original I d : ., : Tt-- o.o +G 14444an'1'" ._= ...... .c t.-- _"ioo --.i- .:.' ...v.r.: ... I

These developments point up troubles-fanned by a big, Chi.1 store was a one room affair and 'w
the trend; nese-leanlng Communist party' thf building now housing the : \
In neutralist Cambodia Prince and aggravated by widespread
market built In
was 1893. It
Norodom Sihanouk has threat. starvation-have given rise to
ened to cut Western ties and speculation about a Red take was remodeled and enlarged In o I

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i I 108 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. February 23. 19111 Canada Plans ol being airlifted to any world extent'' that ni'lllii'i muM knockout nl' ix'lnu airlifted anywhere in he signed nuclear ,, .1 i L
trouble spot. Tlio fontould tin oilier dt first blow. TllI'y I the world. control agreement, II i
I .>er\o Canada's two twain for. Hi,.rcforf s.'n IKI rnC'al1ll1itulnlJe Part of the reasoning comes ington only because ,
I f r I ulgn tuinmltmonts the North clear 1 rule tor ( aiidiU om" 'o the from a speech by C S. Defense previous actnunlstrati', i II
To Get Out Of Atlantic Treat Organization nur.I..r.arnlt'tJ"Nduo jot litter Secretary Robert I S. McNamara ted Canada t f.1. them.
alum I U.pPa i <'c'kl'l'l'l1111.| ojK'ra. rpptnr and Bom re am lair last September Interpretedhere The arc omtnis l', l r '.
; ( tlon*. craft missiles' stationed iji this as an effort to encourage heads delivered fen ',,1 i II
I1P2L These twin themes will h .h. country have served their time Europeans to build NATO's con missiles stutlontd at t ,
Nuclear RoleOTTAWA light a forlhc'omilli.hltE' paper -another two or three Ytt l.ra. ventlonal strength. Canada be. an basej, warheads t I"l i \
I spelling out Canadian defense The key year is 19G6 when die Haves it will be justified In con jet Interceptor squaw>it, a; .,
; (AP-Canada, just poll) for the next 10 years, lii. cislons taken In 10G3.64 will bo. verting its nuclear role Into a ads, bomb for low.levU < ...
L1 formed sources believe. Defense gin to show results. conventional force to give the
fNk Inning; to wet its feet In iu.i dlan bombers In Euroi "' ,
; ids, w_ ., i hir defenses, is already plan Minister Paul Helljer has prom. Some time in 1966 Canada is West more flexibility. Honest John artllleo ro 'k'a 1 .
iced to expected to inform NATO of two Possibly more Important from
'1/111 K to jet out of the swim. present the report to ,
: The nation Is expected to Parliament next month. dodslons. It will let low.level the Canadian viewpoint, howev.er Government star a I u
nuclear bomber force in is domestic political turmoil Canada is unlikely to :" quli
'ease out Its role, beginning The plan stems from Canada'sview Europerun ,
prubablj In 1966. of the nuclear stalemate. down. And it will build up over Canadian acquisition of any more U.S. nuc loar w,' 'tHun't -'

I t A new defense policy la tak. Canadian authorities think tho the 6,000-man Canadian brigade U.S. nuclear warheads.
toy shape around a highly mo U.S. and Soviet nuclear missile in West German into a 10,000. Prime Minister Lester B. lie A lltterou



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LLOYD II. THOMAS, nitlonil -
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litterbug chairman, who -
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heath dub Hotel, IH shown In :

upper photo with a proclamation r f .tC' r M Rli .
Klicntd by (.or. John Connolly of dt 1

week ..April
Texan making the tDt.. .. _
15.21 "AntMlttrr N\f.k" In

that hUt; war im littrrhuKx In

Florida will also| be wired dub 'wry tl

Inn the mme period. Photo at

right KhowM Mr*. Themes bring
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shire Stat Trooper I her Iii(('r'

hug costume IH made up or 100 JJM1 >

hold ripx, beer r cans cigarette

butts, minrilliinttiUM hits or )pa. v
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found on the nitlon'N hiwh wa)'". III

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Residence of Robert Lee Telford, 3621 RVm Row, toeing on Galleon Cove and Buccaneer Bay About 7 mile of the wide and deep

BY VICTORINE MURPHY NEEDS CLEAN.UP FIRST EVER ocean-going waterway In the background run throughout the Port Royal area, where you can dock your boot ol the foot of your lawi

A warm welcome is assured "Naples Is a beautiful spot This year's litterbug campaign .
The Beatles should the tour young but X think it needs cleaning up in April will be the firs t
British boys ever decide to visit In places," said Mrs. Thomas. ot its kind ever attempted, sal,
Naples, but there will be no Jellybean "The. public rest rooms in the Mrs. Thomas. The lltterbt "I'd about given up on Florida eeee when I found fabulous Port Royal!
reception for litterbugs in LowdermUk Park building at the chairman said that the nation;
f this area, especially during the beach are in disgraceful condl\ advisory council of Keep America

.. month of April. tlon. The worst places for lit. Beautiful, Inc., has wiJrkodlllg'ntl For week ter and all sorts of debris with/ the National Com
one beginning April are ) '
Beach to Miami. I wot looking for some fairly uncluttered stretches of white .and and lot of unpopulated
15, Naples with the rest of Florida usually at beaches and property> cU of State Garden Clubs to gt t a
I as well as 47 other states adjacent to railroad tracks. the drive under way. salt water. I wanted no neighbors in my lap, or tourittt In my hair, nightclub noise in my sleep. Someone
will wage a war on Jitterbugs. "I was horrified tt the con On her antUlltter\ lecture:s .ug ..ted Naples on the we.t coast And it was there I found Port Royal
Instead swarming fans ac ream. dltlon of the parking lot at beau> throughout the country, Mrs:
\ log a welcome, law enforcement tlful Marco Deach. There was not Thomas wears a costume con
officers will be on hand to haul a trash can in sight when I prUed of 400 bottle caps, banana
Jitterbug offenders off to the coun. was there and the parking lot skins, beer bottles, Kleonei 1 I. Port Royal is well-established, ex rr, are provided by deed not conversation
ty snowier.A was strewn with litter, beer ana cigarette butts and other offending I.---
Mrs. Lloyd 11. Thomas, na. and debris of all sorts. Some articles of refuse. elusive residential community comprising 13 No property sales are made except in

fi! tlonal litterbug champion for the things hould be done about it. "We, of the Gar(Jon Clubs, ar a over 90% of the southernmost two square D Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit

,11 National Council of State Gar "There Is a $100 fine in Hor. constantly working to stem th t' miles of Naples, with 143 families In to Port Royal and seen us in person Andno
den Clubs, who is currently ya. Ida for Jitterbugs who are aught. rising' tide of litter that Is s: .
residence and homes building sales made other than those
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at the many persons
tatlonlng In Naples and Mr
Naples on the whole, however, unhealthy dangerous, :
Beach Club Hotel, announced that has done an excellent job of plat'* Thomas said. "Many of on r this season. No promoter's dream of who have been accepted for membership in

governors of 30 states will pro. big litter baskets In the down-town states have cleanup periodsat what is to be. the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
claim April 13.21! as "AntULIU\ area, and whoever Is responsble \. various times and of varying ;
ter Week," and that chief exo. for seeing that these COli.talners lengths. 1 feel sure committee
cutlves: of 18 other states will are available for trash throughout the country on Apr u 2. Work started more than ten years ago. It

issue statements endorsing the disposal, should be congratu 15 Garden Club members, 501, was continued without modification of the
roadside beautification program. lated." 000 strong, will be marching bi ai original vision until it became the reality it 14, The foregoing are not "rules and .,gu
Mrs. Thomas, the wife of Rear Mrs. Thomas pointed out that hind our governors and toy lations" which in any way tend to limit your
Admiral Lloyd Thomas, is a litter cleanup costs U.S. taxpay. citizens to rid our country of is today ,
state past president of the New era an estimated $500,000,000a this unsightly scourge of 11tcr. t. complete freedom to enjoy the livability which
Hampshire Garden Club and a no. year and that $100,000,000 of ." 3. More than 6V 2 miles of boulevards which Port Royal offers They are measures of pro',

ted lecturer on litter bug pro. that amount goes for Utter rue Mrs. Thomas said that the stal t' wind along the beautiful waterways were laid .- tection designed to guard against any encroachment
blems. She Is listed In "Who's moval from highways) of Maine has done an uutktundliijub standards
and the set by
out paved, exceeding .4 r r III pleasure and anythingthat
Who of American Women." !in aiitl'litter WOI k. Gave on your
-------- the State for its highways. Also Harbour (lIou Ie Port Royal office-
our John Council of Texas w'the as primary proper might tend to depreciate your investment
first chief executive tu 1: drainage was provided for toot of One block east of Gordon I Drive,
FOR YOUR FLORIDA ENJOYMENTDirectly k every Compatible, congenial neighbors are something
sue a Pro<"'a nut Ion for tlwwpelslit
on the white sand of the Gulf of Mexico > !stated.. boulevard, Of course, all facilities such as property can be members To them, member. that money alone cannot provide

I J Naples city water the finest in Florida ship is given without charge with the purchase
GOLfiNG fiSHING
41 AUTOMATIC DOESN'TMEAN
IOATING RELAXING -=:..;-. II HONOR SYSTEM electricity telephone, television cable etc. are of their property
available throughout the area 15. We do not think that overstate the
SUNNING LOAfiNG )0 ;, I InllS\III I I 1 Kv \V we

GULF So- r'J--.... 1L.i. J'>" s.If..f\I''. !,>II -i I 1'1' "b ,IK' i Iq 4, More than 10000 majestic Royal and Co. 10 The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis facts when we say, "Port Royal is one ()f the
FRONT l/ and other moved unsurpassed in Florida equalled, per. places to in United States
I 1111"I"I.| ..,'!'. conut palms exotic trees were
RENTALS 'I'I' t! \ I II h. Mi,1"I haps, in only a handful of America's more are confident that you will agree if f"ne:
I -LIU' i "-'i'' ii""niI in to line the boulevards and other land areas.
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'e ." 'h.v nIlcWS) !.11 II'('"''"s ""II llu i o.I II I distinguished restaurants homes, luxurious surroundings, corn" a\\
I 1.,1., I 1.1 till .1"\\I i,, :' ,. i I ha' ,,f 5, Port are not "lots"' They
Royal
I FfT1 properties neighbors, superb climate and deep saltwater
Naples \
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New modern I' ,'f I ,u.r in hanlliii i \ ", 'I.i it. are large, interestingly shaped private estate 1 11 I Every home in Port Royal must be designed at the foot of your law' appeal to l
Gulf front deluxe 'i1=, \ I" ', 1\,11.1, 1,' : I Ii v .1 ii! 'n ill, .' sites Properties range from one-half acre to by an approved architect and built for
''I ... 1'1'' ,11'I ::1 I.I \ I Ila: i-l\'UK ri'.1 1 several size. homes Port
6DG6UJPT6TCB6PCH : acres in its owner. Though there are in
tt I 1(1 ,I.Ul, I t. ( v ,' lip; Iii.' We look forward with pK.a: ire too vi,s'
U \\ ,.. ,. ,. Royal which cost several hundred thousand
frlpv .I" M .11.11,1. 'I"r-!
Over 95 of Port are on .
6 Royal properties office Harbour Ho
o or inquiry at our se
of Naples a I,' V),' ''I I .I I ,illh"I. ,..I I dollars it is possible to become a resident of
ntml4 \\ $ deep, wide, ocean-going waterways which of Fort Charles and Kings Ton Or One
1 Port Royal for a minimum investment approximately
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'" connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and block east of Gordon Dr _e
Writ t. 0, loi 224.A Naples, Florida tar brochure end. tenth Don 11"I \ Illtrrhuc $55,000, including property, resIdence -
the 10 000 islandsto
-_ the intracoastal waterway to .
the south and landscaping Properties range in

price from $13200 to $45000. apart from

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

WASHINGTON FEDERAL of your lawn even if your boat is a 90.foot
12. Every possible protection is provided.

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

8 Port Royals Beach Club is on 425 f feet family dwellings can be built, now or foreverNo
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... tOUM* COUNTY NAPLES and COLLIER COUNTY/ of white powder sand beach, directly on the speculative building is permitted; no cooperative f.y.

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

: must PROPERTIES structure without peer on either coastor any kind Space required between rest

WHIHCJOH/ HtlltlHMMUHG leant on commercial and residential anywhere In between," said an eminent dences is 60. more than the highest zoning v

rtOCnit TAlLOIED properties apartments cooperative lOurnahst it was designed by John Volk of requirement in Naples. No overhead electric

ro rOelliEQUlEMEItTS.condominiums./ loans for refinancing ;palm Beach one of the foremost architectsIn or telephone wires are permitted to cross
loans for land acquisition and development
WIITI-PHONI-VISIT OUt MOITOAQI LOAN DIPAltM.NT Florida. streets or enter homes except underground. .. ..
(This applies everywhere except In the two YXParnal
1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
9 Memberships, m the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelva View "r nrltutl I. II'' 'i" i RIli
JEfferson 8-8452 I > other sensible II'h not for sale Only owners of Port Royal years ago Many protections





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