The daily news
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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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 151 12 Page. 10 CENTS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1964

Like Naples 'Charm' .. .:,, ... I''
: ft Here's What You Gain

Expert Planner Under New Tax Law

Following is a tablo issued by the Internal RevenueS

r"lCe showing the amounts of weekly salaries to bt

withheld" for Federal income taxes under the new 1964

tax law Subtract the amount shown here from the

Says : Keep 'It'City amount currently being withheld from your paycheckto

find out what you will save each week


planner Frederic M. Robinson hearing and approval at a laU r posed a 'Threat" to wags Number of withholding xtmptloM claimed
told the Zoning and Planning date The rotting board has bee n of single family At Wait !1.* thin 0 1 I 1

Board this morning that the working for three years on Lie re t. toning in the City. 150 $61 $ 7.10 ISM $150 $ 170 $ 0.00
board' revision of the zoning vision. single family zoning 51 U 7.JO 540 180 1M 0.00
code should be aimed at protec. Robinson said guest house s tectlng Then protect U 53 740 $60 300 1.10 JO

ting Naples' charm. advised. A flat MM 7M $70 $.M 110 ..>
"I find Naples extremely at. guest houses would 54 83 760 580 400 110 ..SOU
tractive," Robinson said "ButIf Gulf American better than prohibiting 4 1, 1CU 56 760 600 4 *> 140 .60
you don't protect this charm cept on very large 1 ,, 56 67 7M 610 4-90 150 ,70
and the feeling of spacious open son said.The 67 66 1.10 610 460 l.TO M
ness, what follows wont be re- County HeadingFor board had 1! 56 59 610 see 460 IU. 1.00
pulslve but it won't be the same." mitting guest houses t M 60 630 650 a.io 1M 110

The Atlanta man, who represents Court FightThe containing more 60 61 6 M 6.70 600 1JO 1.40
the city planning firm square feet. Robinson 61 64 660 700 $10 140 160

of Harland Bartholomew and Assoclates County Commission an made several recommendations alder this minimum 64 68 040 760 860 400 110M
the Gulf American Land Corp.,
during the meeting, have failed in various coi.. arbitrary figure 70 970 780 6.10 4JO 160
rot 70 71 900 110 640 400 110
which lasted more than three ferences to agree on control of i L "We've got so '
71 74 1010 140 660 ..10 100
This Robinson
hours. afternoon "water management district'and houses already it
74 76 1050 170 690 110 IJO
attended the City Council special will let the courts settle thi e. worth passing a
WINNERS to and 1961 Rex Storter and
Billy Bryan, 76 78 1060 900 710 840 160
meeting which was concernedwith difference board member Henry
announced Mike Repass 19621 and Bruce Lamar 71 80 11.10 tao 760 870 190
revising maximum building This action aw.aredlne\e< Jr. observed. City were ;
80 63 1110 980 780 600 4M
heights along downtown Fifth Ave yesterday when County Attorne y; Spingler noted that A. Jones (seated tine and Richard Cash 1963. Two 61 64 1160 980 800 610 4.40

flue James R. Adams filed with th e< be done about ones ) privileges going to scholarships are presented each yearto 84 86 11 BO 10.10 110 680 4.70
This morning's meeting drew but if the board
courts for wate
a petition a :r
86 86 1110 1040 860 680 800
several interested spectators,Including management district on behalf o f more from being put up Bob Koch, seated left Naples students by Jones the own 86 M 1160 1070 6M 710 1MBO

Mayor Archie Turner the County Commission. say so. So it did. on at the certificate er of the famous camp near Jackson, Bl 1170 10 BO 910 740 860

and Council members Carl Hoffmann Attorney Toby Carroll actlnj f Members agreed with former still In Ohio (NEWS photo) 91 B4 1100 1110 940 760 860
Robert Combs, Goodloe for Gulf American Land Corp.t that the original campers 94 99 1180 1180 6 TO 790 110
McDowell and Mrs.Casey Miller filed a similar petition last fall. houses was laudable. (l-r) Stanley Boynton 96 B6 1160 1180 1000 810 640

The area of the district covering venting these into 96 100 1190 1110 10.SO 880 170
about 50,000 acres of Col. is a corruption of Has No Plan For 100 108 1440 1160 1060 900 TJO
GUEST HOUSES Her County, is controlled mostl;y residential zoning, Baker Quiz 110 US 1860 1400 11M 1040 160
The only definite action taken by the Gulf American Land Corp. Redistricting Of 118 110 1660 1470 11M 11.10 910
by the board all morning long was The two suits cover abou t MORE TO Will 110 12S 1710 1840 1160 1180 1000
passage Of a motion recommend. the same area. On Robinson's other Sixth District 125 130 1790 1610 1410 1160 1070
trig that no more guest housesbe Carroll has filed under a stet e mendatlons during the Shifts ToCaribbean 130 1)8 1660 11 eo 1800 II.. 1140US
built in the Fire TALLAHASSEE!: (AP) 't 140 1810 1760 1870 1190
anywhere City. act providing for such a district, the board Indicated Ills
This recommendation will be incorporated and Adams filed under a ape val or else said more least one of Florida's 12 coi'Ie 140 14S 8000 1110 1140 1460 118014S

into the revised clal act. -It appears probablthe coning code, which will be presented two suits will be consol> clslon is made.Robinson earned with the U. S. SupremCourt's 150 160 1170 10BO 1810 UN 1480
to Council for public .dated for trial. cautioned Place" ruling last week oneqiu 160 170 U10 11.SO 1650 1770 1890
representation 170 10 8460 1170 MM 1110
ting a special tone 1710
up center to
earmarked for public' WASHINGTON (AP) After Gov. Farris Bryant and Attj'. 180 190 15 BO 1410 USO MM 1170
recreational use only. over the two drama.packed hearings, the Gen James Kynes said Wediies. leo 100 J710 MM 8170 8110 80.10
her death
tug should permit aillll 'Senate's Bobby Baker investl., day that the Oth District cb: .1300 rod 14 pwTwt7! ':'} tee emcee m $200 pint.- I
rounding West Palm De
a "
residences, he said.' gators shifted their sight todayto S over 8600 w5131 .. 84.40 8160 M8t, '
estimated night ,be under 1 ft
vending machine operationsand represent ,
posed "A" recreational \ i' J
will the that the high 1 ,1''
to gambling concessions in way
ti rs permitting only public husband tossed out congressional reds* Businessmen See Disarm;
vate parks, forests, the Caribbean. ; Or U.S.
three chll. Witnesses called by the Sen. trktlng in the state of Georgia ,
courses Is too narrow
he said., 20, Chris. ate Rules Committee were Ed. But the governor said he ha 3 Income Tax Cut As

"If you want land 13. ward Torres, Identified as vice no immediate plans to call I J Risky I Experiment Must Build Up

purposes you go out drafted the president of the Fremont HotelIn special session for redlstrlctlni

l It," He commented A admitted to Las Vegas Nev., and John particularly since Florida's 196:I NEW YORK (AP) Many Defense Fester
zone should not be night, Gates, a vice president of Pan law was upheld by the State Supreme businessmen see a federal Income -

R permit only parks or 2)'w I a chronic American Airways and preal. Court and there was rv J tu cut u aii exciting but GENEVA (AP)-The United

.i.ip sea, because in I John Rees, dent of Intercontinental Hotels. other legal challenge on file possibly risky.experiment.I States warned today It must

words, it would amount as the Torres has figured in testlmo. The U. S. Supreme Court sal I It could lead to the kind of continue building up Its own.
damnation by sating" currently ny about the financing of the in the Georgia opinion that con Inflation Dr. Arnold 0 defenses as long as there la no
says .
SerV'U Corp., a vending ma. gressolonal districts must contain m
Relative to height I IRobin.on Beckman of Beckman agreement on genuine disarms
said chine company In which Baker equal numbers of people menl.
confer. suburban Lot
'. is a major but unlisted stock. Angeles,
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make certain that he. met that would offset any benefits UJS. negotiator William C.
vice facilities are holder Questions also have been Foster delivered the American
first time Soviet
PlanningNew On the other hand Pol.
the vicinity of high < collabor. raised about whether he had lay warning before leaving the
r I lard Turman president of J. M.
gambling Interests ,
office deadlocked 17-natlon
ing or buildings. disarmament
book to be Superhighway
Tull Metals Co. In Atlanta "It
lines should be farther The name of Gates has not talks to return to Wash
the property to convey been brought up In the public: MOSCOW (AP) Soviet au,. could brine a surge that wouldy ington.
spaces" Idea, and hearings, but there has been a thoriUM announced Wednesda: : put us in a brand new era of Earlier he told the conference
street parking must be I named him reference to the Intercontlnen. flight plans for a 1,25o.mU..up.rhlihway economic growth" he and Soviet delegate femjron

The building should I tal Hotels and gambling concessions from Moscow t,o Dut all seemed agreed that K. Tsarapkln, the conference
tall as to detract he said, In the Caribbean. Chelyabinsk heart of the Ural i tax rates have bean too high for cochairmen, had not been able

rounding property or them and The committee Is Investigate industrial ana hearty economic growth to agree on an agenda for the
a whole, Robinson provision ing how Baker built up a for. The government news agenc;:IT "TM riM( hays been oppress.e talks. :
tune he has put at over $2 mil. Ties said the road will bypas, live," says John A. Barr, Chi. Foster appealed to Tsarapklnto

STRONG Tuesday In lion Cities chairman of Montgomery help the conference out t' t

z He had some Court, w.r.iaCo._ .thtilmil. .--....--...
about the City's .. i
motel district which three chll. More Spending Money I

proposes to carry <
out change Into the John .

,, wr ,aa .4 dinance.not that only"H"motels motel Robinson, of.long on a Tax Saving Of $687,000 For This County II

ht'p gas stations, but also 1Ings a special

banks, stores, I[ the Inter. (SPECIAL TO THE NEWS) Where gross earnings areonl]y t The addition ot that much cash stimulate factory production
----- lors, garages, and $4,000 a year the new tax will!I to the amount already In clrcu. cause the hiring of more wor-
1 to ale NEW YORK There will be
BARRON COLLIER JR. "This Is a I < of more spending money In CollierCounty be $220 which Is $68<< helm v I all/on locally will have a mul. bra and, nnall",put more money
motel district the current rate. llple effect, according to the In the hands of consumers,
marked. He said the I tin It named soon and, consequently Taking Into account all Collie r economists Residents of Collier
the present "H" more business activity as a County families those with large i Their In brief will
Barron Collier Jr. and result should be Cremens Congress.The Incomes as well as those with i Is that the Increase In consumer suits of the tax cut shortly, wheni
motel district more small ones, the tax reduction i I buying will deplete atone stocks, the amount deducted from their !

scope and a the bill provides for lax re based on present, earnings will 1 I thus creating the need for more paychecks wUl be 14 percent: 't't'I
ping tone. He made Metallous ductlons of different sizes, vary. trial approximately $887.000. merchandise. This in turn, will Instead oilS percent.

Accepts Leading Rolein commendations some ing according to Income level _.. ,
--- ---- -
and made them again I Metallous. For a person who Is lucky enough + 1ii i
to be In the highest bracket 1
Ing."The '
worst thing from the reduction this year witjbe I y .li,04 .iJ. ., I .
pies would be to have t .., father very large. Instead of the "

Library Campaign laml Trail lined with T. J. Mar.disc 91 per cent he had to pay last 2" ,Ii

eons commercial year on his taxable Income, he
said. Hoffmann ] after I.,.
blnson < will now have to turn' back a
Barron CoUler Jr., of Palm Haschka county librarian; Nor, out that this type of Beach and Naples, has acceptedthe man Herren, and Frank Kerr 1 prevalent in other Metallous
general chairmanship of the gan campaign director but Robinson countered I marriage For those with modest Incomes .

Friends of the Library building Collier, only surviving son ol, pies "must be to raise $110,000for rate Is less dramatic Howev.r.tamUI.
fund campaing the late Barron Collier Sr. whose should find a way to ,
construction of a building to different" .. In the lower brackets
vision and efforts resulted the
house the Collier County Free creation of Collier County from He added "The will profit considerably from the r." 'I r 11'' 1
Public Library, it announced the wilds: of the Everglades will be attracted to Naples new "minimum standard deduct
today by E. L. "Gene" Turner, take an active part in the cam. he sees on the Trail. tion" of $400 for husband and Iles
president of Friends of the paten to provide a building for hazard< commercial wife. Many families will be loppedoff
Library and Ben Parks, chairman along the main the tu rolls because the rapidly gro 'g> Free Public of
of the planning committee.Announcement it Is not be city
because In Collier
Library s; sw.: wruch now serves County, where aver.
gov. ,
that CoW.r.who all of Coil *" J..nt1.: competitive" age earnings have been on the
beads the many and varied traffic congesting than a _
rise and have reached
In Floridaand Kerrigan said plans for the I the Lean. $7.320per -jr:
Collier enterprises carrying capacity of the household before taxes, the sav
fund drive
are progressing I a little and
the United States
throughout which serve the area,
will be
; ings greater than in
factorlly. with the official kick, down. ,
will serve as general : "I can't: give up
other w4
was made today following a lunch off of the campaign to be held. save as much 01 would be many communities r k w d
meeting of campaign and Wednesday March 4, at 8t30 and< then For a married couple locally
eon Friends of the Library officialsat a.m. at the Beach Club Hotel we can wont, Robinson bYe < 'I a new ce. with two dependents and with an STEP-BY-STEP SOULTION to problem viously blocked off by seawall extend.:
Or. Frank B. Sessa, who beads I income equal to the prevailing faced beach strollers has been
the Naples Yacht dub. opment strung out from put Ing to mean high tide mark
the tax can
the Miami Library system will 1t.n the average, on 1904 earn ,
Attending the luncheon Ben Parks w.reaPre.Went be the featured speaks of town to the other." I logs will become 1793 or $122 up by developer Denton Woodward. walk up one flight of steps end downthe
Qr. and Mrs. Ferdinand C. Lee,, William Price, president 01 f r don Another was the Item already less than before Stairways are located at each end of other. When beach Is built backup :

who have donated the Library the Bank of Everglades, 1s drtw, present toning ordinance I from true For families with gross incomes the.. seawall which guards site of pro In front of wall, stairs' will be
Mcintosh vice chairman In the Immokalee area,, tilt has at the $12,000! I.vel. the y4t.
site] F.C. president InC to "community posed Royal Palm Club apartment moved.
of Friends of the Library and Paul Cooke beads the cam. of an annual tax will drop to '1.871a (NEWS photo)
Mrs. Mamie Tooke, Mrs. June palgn in the Everglades area,; (Coatl.1Ied on page ; years. cut of $183. building. Shatters and strollers, pre-



COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February 27, 1961 -

.( I N.ero Carriers See r Around Reds Think War In Viet Nam I

parI M Going Their Way; Step It UpBy

ilIJVapcs.J FRED S. HOFFMAN cans who are stationed In Sal.
WASHINGTON (AP)-The na. gon may be a means of harass

a / J3eacli ASSOCIATED PRESS I tion's top Marine said today the Ing and discouraging them.
communists In South Viet Nam Q-The role of the U.S. Ma.

7 (AP)-King Paul of have stepped up the size and In. rlnes in South Viet Nam has not

A. Fester MI 2S3J1Wonder on last Fri tensity of their attacks because been highlighted quite as much,
By Mary
: stomach ulcers, they think the war is develop as the Army, Special

today to be stead ing in their favor. What can you say about this
how many of my Was very sorry to learn of i; But Gen. Wallace M. Greene, A-Well, we're doing a very
readers noticed the lovely the serious Illness of Bob WettJe
very the new Marine commandant, definite job in South Viet Nam.
tropical drawing of the beach and a former resident of Naples Park ; ,
V P b England told The Associated Press he is For the past two years we've
palm trees, incased In the and known to many in this area. ,
eventual had reinforced helicopter
E. Brooks who optimistic about the a
dy 1*
r ,
heading for our Naples Park and Bob Is again in the hospitalin
in the
she has drunk two outcome of the anti-Communist squadron up more moun.
Vanderbilt Beach Column? Very New York, and I am sure
a day since she war being waged with heavy areas.
nice and quite appropriate for our would apprelcate hearing from
receive free beer U 1>. help. They've flown approximately
location. Many thanks from his friends and neighbors. Do
your sorties for a total of
her life. "I am optimistic as long as 52,000 some
reporter to our editor Mike him a card of good cheer
In the .
flight hours execution
came from a any outfit wants to fight, 32,000
Chance, for this sunny spot In Bob Wettje, Memorial Hospital, y in Birmingham Greene said in an exclusive in. of this mission they have
my column. 444 East 68th Street, New York
after she proved to tervlew lifted over 8,5 million pounds of
Tonight the regular monthly City, New York Room 408.
satisfaction that she Greene discussed the war in cargo and approximately 200,.
'meeting of the Naples Park Area Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liner of
200 barrels of its South Viet Nam in the first 000 passengers, the bulk of
Association will be held 8 Seabreeze Avenue Vanderbilt
at ,
Inter. whom combat
question and answer were troops.
p.m. in the building on 103rd Beach, have as guests Mrs. .....
Is 91. view he has granted since This gives you some Idea of the
Avenue. The election of officers Liner's aunt Mrs. Eunice 11111
190 have been
coming commandant of the job they doing
will take place at this meeting. of Florence, S. C.ENJOY .
OOOuman Marine last Jan. Q Speaking of helicopters
Tex. (AP) As. Corps ,
Coming up for president will be Scott Carpen. 1. He looked over the situationon reports out of there seem to In.

Harold, R. Hulpleu; vice. presU GUESTS a new director of the spot just before the last die ate the choppers are quite
dent Lawrence Falter and Mrs. William
j secre. Hallicy,
Center vulnerable even to the rather
Mrs. Eleanor Sine treasurer of Vanderbilt Drive had Savings Asso. coup.
tary, as
; guests
of the The commandant said he was crude weapons that the VietCong
Leland and for last week Mr. and one
Boyd, trustees Mrs. Roy
astronauts unable to answer questions use. What was your 1m.
R. P. Boyd and Leo Camp. Blair, and Mrs. Blair's sister, was
the board Wednesday. growing out of a spate of reports pression?
bell.There Mrs. Anna Rellly, all of Nutley, that the VS. government A Well, my Impression Is
will also be nominationsfrom N. J. Mr. Blair is a member ,..
(AP) Ac. is considering moves to carry that when you compare the
the floor. of North As.
Jersey Metropolitan
After the business meeting,the sociatlon of Nurserymen, of TWO TOP CARRIERS of The News David ( ) Loughery, 33, the antUCommunlst war behind number of flights that have
divorce from actor. North Vietnamese lines. been executed by helicopters,
guest speaker will be Don Lander, which Mr Hallicy was an active watch intently as copies of the paper who came Jack Webb, charging Q-General, you were out In both Army and Marine, and the

the Collier County Agriculture member for many years, and Is stream out with lightning speed from cuts cruelty. South Viet Nam shortly after number of combat missions that
gent, who will talk on sugar, and now an honorary member. Mr. ,
Miss U.S.A. and you became commandant and In have been flown with the num.
the new sugar refinery Industry Blair Is also on the New Jersey the News offset press. The boys are speeds up basis
On the ber of that
married June 24 between the coups. helicopters have
'in the making for this county. State Board of Agriculture.While ...__. _. ,
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and learnedout been
of what you saw brought down by enemy
Another successful smorgas. her the Blair family stayed at there, how would you assess fire, the number Is extremely

bord was held last Sunday by the Dutches Hotel on the Trail, Calif. (AP) the military situation in Viet small surprisingly so, In view
the association Once again we and spent their days with the Nam ? 'of the slow
today comparatively speedof
are grateful to all the : day "Skydlvers
very people Hallicys.Mr. r
Anything I could say the helicopter.Airjjgrt.
-they use
f;:lyho donated to those who came and Mrs. Paul Fitsch, of para
Lt. Ed. would be based on impres.
to:* enjoy it, and to the working Gulf Shore Drive, spent last Og.
26 stone of a short stay In South
group of Mr. and Mrs. Charles weekend in West Hollywood with Wyoming,
I had the
Viet Nam. However,
parachute didn't
Necas, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hallicy, Mr. Fitsch's sister,Mrs.Eugene
he balled out of his opportunity during this brief
Betty Hallicy, Mary Larson, Kuntz, at whose home there wasa of from end of
at 1,000 feet over period going one
Louise Jullano, Mr.and Mrs.Leo "Bon Voyage" dinner party r He the country to the other.
Y f ft landed
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray for their good friend and frequent '
I had the opportunity to look
and suffered l
Foster, Helen Hennlng, Jack visitor to Naples, Mrs. Edith a at the latest plans for the cam. o es
O'Malley, Mr. and Mrs. Harold of Miami
Edney who will be palgn in that country. In my
Hulpleu, Mr. and Mrs.JackRK.. leaving early in March, for her -
er, Glen "!:.. ?..? u..Cleaver: native England. Guests alsowere Laos (AP) opinion they are very sound By JOHN E. ZATB
a military point of view.
L.. who all worked for its success. Miss Beryl EdneyofMlamlMrs. forces have I reached a very definite con. Once again, all previous re
The next dinner Is plannedfor Clarence Rlehle of West Palm Mt. Phou Khe cords were broken on the Naples.
cluslon that there
palm Sunday, March 22. Beach, and the Fitschs' daughter the Plains des Jar. ammunition were plentyof Miami flights during the past
Nice to see Olav Torgussen, and son.ln.law, Mr. and Mrs.Hal military and other means-on, weapons hand week. A total of 269 passengers

owner of the Seaside Motel on Riehle, and their daughter reported today. to accomplish the plan. were carried over the route com.

Vanderbilt Beach, up and about Suzanne of Boca Raton. Venevong. I had a chance to see the of. pared to 197 transported during

after his sojourn in our local Attending the pine needle class Lao and North titers and men-both Vietnam. the same period last year. The
hospital. last troops forced two traffic remains fairly well
Thursday were: Artie Boyd,
IIIJ ese and their American .dvls.
; Mrs. Ruth Hoyt of lest Ave. Viva Knight, Mildred Me. battalions to evacu balanced, with the demand for
ers in the battalions and
'2?" nue is also home after spending Cormick, Gladys Kuhn,OllleSch. foot mountain companies and other units. I space being about equal In either

In three weeks in the hospital, and roeder, Grace Moore,Mary Alice thought they were highly com. direction. Sunday proved to be
we do hope she is on the mend. Nelson, Hattie Lundquist Ida the big day of the week, with both
. petent, that they wanted to
Y Also sorry to learn that Harry Ecoggan and Clara Danlelson.Mr Venezuela (AP- fight. Lockheeds pressed into serviceon

Dickinson of Germaine Avenue ., Romulo Betancourt the 11:30 flight of
and Mrs. Dan Cleaver of --' I also came away with the a.m. out
C is back in the hospital, and hope Vanderbilt Beach had weekend Britain, France and Naples to accommodate the 21
listens Da- have feeling that this is a long-time
by the time this goes to press, guests, Mr.and Mrs.Frank Ellis, YOUNG VINCE WOOD as must stop trading business and aren't passengers booked on the flight.
we to
he will be home again. of St. Petersburg. vld Hermanson, circulation director of News if they want to con. win the fight going One Lockheed proceeded on to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey Until next week may the Good The News, explains the role of a time to business with oil Q-What was your impression Ocean.Reef with a charter, while

left on Monday for their home in Lord watch Over' all of you and of Ma//. Gen. Nguyen Khanh the the other returned to Naples on

Rochester, N. Y., after spending keep you well.Queen "Headliner" machine that sets type paper is new Vietnamese premier? the 2:13 flight out of Miami. The

three weeks with their dear by photo-composition method. Young ( ) (AP-A House of A-The general is a highly larger ships are seeing more action

friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Har Mother Will who committee de this year, with almost every
Wood was one of several carriers competent soldier, well educat.
to file resolution
roun, on 103rd Avenue. a ed both In military and cultural flight seeing at least one Lock.

Mr..:and* Mrs. Warren >J. 3D.'Take'Health Cruise "*ward the royal yacht Brltan------ Philippine govern matters man who knew ,the heed' being used. The ll. assen.gtr .

Geary of IWth Avenue had **, Planner., a treaty with craft, are manyi times sup.
? a in the Caribbean ne> problems in his corps area ln '
for week Mr. and Mrs. In Blue Caribbean'LONDON 5 States allowing re.
guests a onth, her household an" had definite plans and positive plemented by the twin Cessna or
Bill McCord, of pott.V1Ue, Pa., (AP)-Queen Moth. pounced Wednesday night. (Continued from page 1)a ) 8,000 Filipino labor. intentions of carrying them out. Apache on many of the flights.

who left on Tuesday for a lei.
surely trip back north. i from her appendicitis operation N. York by scheduled airliner been used here, but which Robin. Pacific might be a higher degree of.r. Included a Lockheed trip to Tal.
_.= describes Is holding lahassee Comanche to
son as a "good ideaif gressiveness in the Vietnameseforces trips
properly used." charges that Filipi now than before? Miami, Albany, Georgia and

The proposed amendment re.duclng are discriminated A-That would be pretty hard Tampa, two Twin Cessna flightsto
exploited by the Ocean Reef Lockheed to Ocean
the minimum size of for me to say at this distance ,
"community unit" tract, from forces and by pri but I would say that GeneralKhanh Reef and Cessna 172 trips to Tam.

10 acres to one acre, was op. employers. has pretty well demon. pa and Pahokee.

posed vigorously by Robinson. strated his military capabilities.He's llouchln Structural Steel,under
"It is an invitation to abuse," (AP-The Japanese carried out highly success contract with the City of Naples,

he declared.In is studying plans to ful operations completed Installation of a new
against the VietCong
the community unit, a sin. of U. .-bullt '; wind tee and damming device.

gle piece of property which has missiles on Japan's Q-The Viet Cong seem to be The new "tee" will be much

only one owner, a variety of island of Khushu operating in larger units now, in easier to see from the air, and

buildings can be erected,regard. place of a U.S. perhaps more aggressive form, the cam will lock the indicatoron

less of coning. It is possibleto squadron to what had been called Phase U a specified runway under

build multiple dwelling with. before July 1. in guerrilla war doctrine. calm or light wind conditions and

in the best residential districtin A-You in should eliminate much of the
mean battalion
k town, if an owner of a single (AP) Moscow size team? confusion In the traffic pattern

i acre decides to put up a "com. received government Q-Yes. What significance do that has been experienced in the
munlty unit Robinson for the first time In ,
out to bake matzoh at you see in this? Doesn't this past.Those Miami
riding Naples.
I mean that their capabilitieshave
Some members had to have it bakery for the Pass. 'j increased In arms and last week included Mr. and Mrs.

explained to them that the com. begins March 28, 'men, as well as perhaps their Dick Cameron, Mrs. A. R. Sta.

munlty.unlt idea is totally un. say. j confidence? ley, Paul Murin, and Pete Otis.
related to -
subdividing. "You (AP) Canadian A-I I think that size of the at.

I Cuba totaled $16,. tack is part of the concept on DeMolay CarwashSet
which the Viet Cong and Ho
year, a jump of
.fPtP million over 1962, I ChUmlnh, and men of the other For Sunday
4 Communist forces, have operat.
reports 4 ed for years In observance of National De

-t In other words, they start off Molay month during March
LUFF CMC INC. (AP) The govern. will
Viet Nam has with small group attacks. Then, local De Molay members

TRUCKSPARTS French I as the situation develops in sponsor car wash on Sunday
i Mrs. Ngo Dlnh what they think Is their favor, March 1. from 9 ajn. to 5

SERVIGE'TEMPORARY- French sources said (they increase the size of the attacking p.m. at Paul Masqn's Texaco

( groups and the force of Station near the Kwlk-Chek on

lOC'A /ON que s t was made t the attack the North Trail Donations
I think that this doctrine is
and Is under study, will be $2.50 per car.
421 NINTH ST', N. said. 1 behind the battallon.sUe attack, .
I rather than an Improvement in
said they did not Marina's Ex-Agent
for the extradi. t the weapons situation, although

]I am sure they are getting new Says Lee PlannedTo
Q-Since you were out there a Murder Nixon
OR Fit (AP) ,I pattern to have devel.
WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME? strike into the ]4 oped, with Viet Cong Commu. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) The

marked the Titan Houston Post has quoted the
II EXp.f ; nlst terrorist attacks aimed dl.rectly .
10th straight sue. I at the Americans for the former business representative
of Mrs. Lee Oswald assaying
BLOCKS "H" AND "I" OF PINE RIDGE EXTENSION ARE ZONED TO PER. \I first time How do you see the Harvey
Force Oswald to assassinate
reported that ,significance of this? Do you planned
MIT THE KEEPING OF A RIDING HORSE (or your pet pony). powerful missile in
arsenal ,I ? And, If so, what couldbe Richard M. Nixon.
Drive out today Only 3ft miles north of the Naples city limits on U. S. 41. flight objectives in j 1 their motive? The newspaper quoted James
TOM LOGAN launching The TU Martin Wednesday night as say
For detail Realtor. A-I I could only hazard a
see Naples .
any more test launch Ing he had evidence to this effect
I guess that perhaps the Viet
465 Fifth Ave, So. ) ,I Cong feel that bringing this sort and had presented it to the

.of attack home to the Ameri. Warren commission which Is
investigating the death of President -

.. .. .... .. lire Marina Oswald dismissed

CAM Martin as her business
Five Star
1I Special representative a few days ago.

Nixon was in Dallas the day

>ine idge SAT., FEB. 29. FOR SALE2Apartment assassinated.before President Oswald Kennedy was was

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poetra Corner"Wonderful Tale T Of Georg 3 W. Jenkins Mailman Brings

Good News ForConcertGoers

TV Commercial"Oh Modern Horati o Alger YarnREVOLUTIONARY

wonderful world of Sunshine, eta By Russell Kay Naples Community Concert

',4Y' With wonderful air for our breath, Modem day educators may Jenkln's leadership revolu- Association members found a
Why pollute It with smoke and ashes sneer- at Horatio Alger storiesas tionized the chain grocery bus happy surprise In their maUbox
That carry the seeds of death? unrealistic but they will 1 findIt iness. Competition followed this week In the form of a letter
hard to laugh off the modern lead, adopted his Ideas, but he from Membership CoChairmen -

Oh wonderful, wonderful world of light, day story of a Georgia boy who always managed to stay out In Mrs. Henry B,
And wonderful world of Spring: r rw 1 came to Florida with $9 In front against the stiffest com Watkins, Jr.. and Mrs. John
V his pocket and a sincere desire \ petition.So Pulling, announcing the world-
Why spoil it to light up a smoke, -+ t to "Strive and Succeed". remarkable has been his famous Vienna Choir Boys as

That carries a poisonous sting? George W, (for Washington) succes that commanded national the 1965 headliner and giving
Jenkins stirred as a $15 week attention First trade members first chance to renew
Be joyful and gay if you choose, clerk In a Winter Haven chain journals then national magazines their memberships before the

Play with the lambs and the colts, store and a share of the gross. began to tell his story. Membership Drive officially opens -

But why sit on a fence and booze, Hard working, ambition, and an Last fall the Saturday Evening March 9th.
And smOke and puff like dolts? uncanny ability to rlease and Post carried a feature story An Innovation this year Is
hold customers enabled this' about the amazing Publlx oper- the Inclusion of a selfaddressed

Show a world with lovely fields, young man to Increase the ation and the current Issue of envelope with the letter
Lying under store's weekly receipts from the Reader's Digest carried a making it easier for membersto
a summer sky
; $1,300 to $6,000. He was advanced condensation from the article mall in renewal checks to
But why do you laugh so gay, to managership of the entitled, 'When a WomanGoes Community Concerts' Post Office

/' While showing a way to die? chain's largest store which to Mark ". Box 494.
grossed $7.000 a week. This It reveals the importance of Drive workers will receive
. d" February 16, 1904 Robert E. Adams was in 1928. With money he research in the field of the full credit for mail-Ins, and

'.,..,\\, had saved he opened a modest shopper's psychology and the present members are being urged
"1. i store of his own. Then he rewards that await those who to act at once, as there is
.'e 'MAGNA CUM LAUDE' opened a second store. Ills know how customers think and considerably more demand for
gross from the two stores wasa react and provide the goods and memberships than there a reseats

('". I failed to earn my college degree phenomenal $200,000 services they want,anticipatingtheir In the Naples Senior High
'Cause Latin was always Greek to me He then formed the Publlx needs and providing them School auditorium.
with nourish Adult memberships remain at
Food Stores Corporation. a
Whilst co-eds learningI
our were pursuing
George had more ideas than a Jenkins set out to make $7,50 each students are $3.00
I elected to major in learning pursuing dog has fleas Ho decided that "shopping: a pleasure" and adopted each However, there has beena

customers would respond to that slogan for his Publlx change In patrons: Although
HENRY B. NIGHTINGALE. the right type of service and stores lie set tender traps they will still pay $45.00, they
L CIE" :err showmanship His stores wereas for housewives that they couldnot will receive only four mem-
w modern as tomorrow lie resist Every conceivable berships, thus making them
The following poem was written shortly after world VIENNA CHOIR BOYS will headline Membership Drive does not begin un provided everything for the Inducement was offered the "truer" patrons, the associa-

War II, when there was some question about bringing 1965 concert series The "World's til Monday, March 9th renewals are shopper's comfort and convene shopper, trading stamps, gimmicks tion said

the bodies of soldiers home from cemeteries overseas. Most Beloved Choir" will present "a !now being accepted from this year's ience. Marble, tile and stucco give-aways and hidden In addition to the Vienna ChoirBoys
of the in the cost too great. wooden made of three other concerts are
Some people power thought replaced the old drab treasure a sort game
of Sacred Music Folk members. Four
concert Songs concerts are
However, so far as is known, they have been returned, guaran. buildings, landscaped spacious that customers loved to play. guaranteed for the January-
without regard to expense. Cracker Mack says: 'If they and Costume Operetta' for membersof teed and membership is open to every parking areas with covered How well these Inducements February-March 1965 "sea-

can take him, the least they can do is "Bring Him Back." the 1965 Naples Community Con- one who enloys good music. walks to protect from the wea- succeeded Is evidenced by the son". These will be booked
ther soft music with blar- steady Increase In the number Immediately following the close
cert_Association, ,....Although! .....2.ffu-! no
"Bring Him Back" frig announcements soothed and of Publlx stores and the Increase of the membership drive in
Eugene Carroll Before arrivIng pleased the housewife while she in gross sales. In accordance with the Community -

What matters now, which shifting sands, ooJlanJ r..A: at Drop Anchor, the Dutras browsed about the well stock- 1951 Publix sales grossed $18 Concerts master plan,which
I had been staying with friendsIn million and each have In the bank"
Should hide his weary face? CIVSI -1 t ed stores. year they guarantees money
St. Petersburg. skyrocketed until 1963 they for artists' fees, and a "full
Which waving grass or falling leaves BY KATHLR1NE: KIRK Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thomu Domingo Club totaled over $200 million, with house" at every performance
Surround his resting place? are being vLsite.1byMrsSlyvla 99 stores In operation and 12

, Arthur G. Kirk, Bud Kirk's a dear friend and a memberof Stahl of Enid, Oklahoma. Mrs Of Immokalee more stores currently under Quads Born To
Who cares that on yon distant hill father, celebrated his 85th birthday our community Aunt itahl: plans at least a month- Hears Mrs. BakerThe construction or in the planningstage.

Where pine trees touch the skies, SW1dayFeburary23. Bud Emma Menninger, aged 82who vacation at Drop Anchor. Sunday Social More than 5,200 employees Italian CoupleTURIN
Domingo )
for wind and had lived at Royal Palm Ham Mr and Mrs. Donald Ellershaw ( the Publix emblem
Alone I except Storm, and Kappy Kirk were marriedon Civic Club of Immokalee will hold wear
Italy (AP-The wifeof
returned ,
His shattered body lies? that date 23 years ago. The mock for 25 years,passed away Friday from a its installation cervices on Sunday a southern Italian laborer
She Is survived two bro- four-day trip to Nassau on the It's a good idea to bruin the
Kirks had lots of company over March 1, at 3 p.m. in the who moved to this busy north
Long since, he heard the bugle call the weekend. Charles Roth- thers and a sister. ss. Florida. The Ellershawj Dethune School Cafetorlum.Domingo's lop of standard baking powder Italian city to find work gave
The sound of feet stein of Boston, Mass., and Miami Mr. and Mrs. I-enton Cloud, were accompanied by their membership of 18 bucuiis with milk or melted birth to quadruplet Wednesday.
; spent several days on the winter guests at the Pink House friends, Mr. and Mrs Joseph young women hope to enjoy man) butter or margarine before baking
His comrades marching wave on wave Island dividing his time visiting Motel, entertained Mr.and Mrs. Foull of Dlandford, Mass. The''wholesome and enjoyable pro
To drummer's measured beat. the Stanley Delarondes, John tI, Beltz of Langhorne.: foursome had a wonderful trip jecta which they feel will con Thursday, February 27, 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3FISHERMAN'S
tribute to the development of the
Joe Dickman and the Kirks Pa. and particularly enjoyed the
His snapshots showed the transport's deck Flossie and Rue Alexanderof FIT AS FIDDLES entertainment on the boat as members, and community, both

All dressed in proud array Tlce celebrated their wed- Anyone who happens to be well as sightseeing In Nassau social The principal and civic.speaker for the PARADISE

With each face looking back toward home ding anniversary here They driving the Goodland Road ear- services will be Ida Dakar of Everything FOR RENT the Fisherman ,..ed,.

The day he sailed away. were married 55 years agoat ly In the a.m, will 1 probably Presbyterian Fort Myers 1964 Fibreglass Boats 1964 Johnson Motors
Marco Anna Pease of encounter a group of hardy Individuals Hear The program will const of Fishing Tackle end Bait (Live Shrimp)
He leaped ashore mid falling 'bombs Cleveland, Ohio was a guest at out for their consti- Women( presentations from the church
Guide for. Full Half Day Parties
Fishing or
"no:: :y choirs of the community, quartet : .
the Kirks for several tutional. This physical fitness -
.. Johnnie Smith ,.
ear" *. .MU'To.. raise' the Flag of'eaiBR;:;} ; ; I Mr. and Mrs Cloyce Moir group from Drop Anchor groups and will culminate Plus
* Behind his fox hole Freedom reigned The Women' Association oj f with a tea
of North Vernon Ind., arrived Trailer Park averages three- Waterfront Efficiency Apartments
Church will All Invited to at.
estijterlan are
Before him stood the beastl Tuesday for a month's vacation mile walk every day. The persons
nitt't at 2 p.in, Wednesday tend Isles of Fishing Lodge
I Capri
consists of Vic and Annie
They are staying at group
March 4. A sliver offering will be ac.
His matched their fire and sword Dot and Red Raszmann
courage Pink House Motel. Doris,
Mrs. William It, Collinson cepted at the tea for those wish.
7 Mi. So. of' Tamiaml Trail Phone MI 2.5704
His heart their man made hell) Barbara Reid, Florence i Hive the davotlona.Johnnie Smith Ing to help
Fate sealed his lips his comrades paused NEW CITIZENS Strayer, Vera Martin and their RN, county health nurse, will ,
latest recruit Flossie Dyer. talk about Migrant
Then passed him where he fell.
Russ and Rosemary Purdie Phil Roberts returned to Drop Faith Cm la will be hostesses

Your home and mine are safer now. are now citizens of Coodland Anchor this week accompanied for the tea alter the program
have lot by his uncle Luke E.
they purchased a next
Saved by the life he gave. Roberts, both of ThomvUlc Children
to the Baldwins on Harbor Place Says
He earned the right to come back home and moved their nice look- Ohio Their main objective is /Pledge Myself.
And here should be his grave. Ing trailer on it Monday, Feb the construction of Phil's new Saw Death As Way .

ruary 24. Eventually, they cabana, but no doubt they will Out Of SS Terror
Bring back those bones to hallowed ground plan to build a house. They squeeze In a few days of fish FRANKFURT, German

His boyhood countryside.His have been coming to Marco ing. (AT)-A former Auschwttt
lives he has since 1956. Mr and Mrs U.L. Callln prisoner testified today child inmates '
spirit though gone
individual of real
Mr. and Mrs. Hector left Thursday to visit their looked forward to their To protect the right estate
Over the Great Divide I Surprenant of Hartford, Conn., daughter and family, Mr, and loath in (lie Nazis' gas cham.

CRACKER MACK, enjoyed five weeks in Goodland Mrs. Cunningham at Merit Island ben "as a mean to escape ownership and to widen the opportunity to
as guests of Flo and Jack Fla. From there they further Kit terror..
Immokalee, Florida Brasells. Flo and Jack hope plan to wend their way back A prosecution witness at the
their home in Kansas war crimes trial of 22 formeiIE r enjoy it;
they will be with them next to Peabody, -
"" The Surprenants will (elite) guards and functionaries -

IR r.i;} :\, not year.arrive home until March Also returning to their home camp, Ur at Otto the Wolken concentration said the To be honorable and honest in all dealings;

';!,!: 1. Also guests of the and business after a five month children were so brutally treat
Brasells were the Dick Tootles vacation were Mr. and Mrs. ed by guards "they often To seek better to represent clients by build-
of Acushnet: Mass. Homer Woodrow and their climbed aboard the trucks that my
'B4%"" 11 l i icJhip'rlJhore' ?,4 Edith Delaronde caught a one- daughter, Dana. The Wood- took them to the gas chamber

k,::: pound, nine-ounce pompano on rows are from Lakeport Calif. without a whimper." ing my knowledge and competence;
i her casting rod on Saturday Mr. and Mrs, Matthew Dutra "Th j knew. that their suffering
;/' She was quite excited about her of S, Dartmouth, Mass., are said.would soon be ended," he To act fairly towards all in the spirit of the J
catch. visiting with their niece and
W(.Ikttn, 60, continued testl.
We were saddened to lose her husband, Mr, and \irs. J
mUll)' he '!began last Monday Golden Rule;
:' --- ---------- Children too young to work
flowering "Wllrl! usually killed shortly aft,
ft limy at rivud," the former In.: To serve well my community, and through it

f Shift, y:;: i created in theTROPICS mate physician from Victim
desirableeverywhere told tie, r hurt,
boundto ,( WoUen said that by 1044 s my country; J
many thousands were being
benoticed ;:.5. g r*.ryf' Jeon Graham wen cieated'"HJtotmetici ''for.n.lh..' klllud\ daily at Auschwitz that To observe the Realtor's Code of Ethics and
the CIA'"I"S| crematoriums couldno
: feminine, woman who cons
!{ v2w
= ;
: : <-* handle the task
.. ifcw* ?1 :.* '"TKt about the effect' of c'';mo". longer the bodies."The oibuinltiK conform my conduct to its lofty ideals.
.. and weather on her (on'ltO.i 38 guards finally were ,
ion. th.s' go
S F forced to trenches
r. dig huge Into
dry", coke or (ad* throughout
5.00 whir h U..y dumped the bodies
trie day What ever he w u'"
rt 1 .aJ or hot, dry, told or wit itb h t.y' llw.\alldt I them dire with gain Before You Buy or Sell
) w l11 .tt protect delicate ikm Yov'n
love th. lander.touch of Cvs
4a.S manes byt.i Siiull. :, fry (dor* a hltck.eyed Contact One of The
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Slice smell tigcolored I"m'dlropa 8 42 Realtors 8
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chocolate fleet- -Flower-pretty', In Naples

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THURSDAY. 1964 .
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of faith our system of
I ;.J: f-' ... 'il.1J1..j' :! '. .:. WASHINGTON (AP) The .
:. \ tree
tM : ;
l '11. )Wlon Income tax cut tax bill Johnson
); -\.i But the
AJ. :....:. ...: largest In history-has now be. signed! was far different from

II I : The School "Dropout" ProblemThe ..'i"C; 'r& ." ,i. : two come presidents law with and the both blessing housesof of the one to President Congress Kennedy on Jan.proposed 24.,

Congress. It Is based on hope
", -.PJf r Ifd n Np Ff? .: T. and faltn. 1963. In addition to tax cuts, he
:; .S+A .'v'y'" ; s proposed a number of tax re.
The Is that Individualsand
.--I: .. hope
"6"! forms

The high school "dropout" problemis The basic objectives of the community ..'"':?:'11' ; .1 money corporations to spend because, with of more the The government is losing a lot
of now-although legally
f.\\ money
t arousing national concern among plan were made clear at the start. t ML4...YN\,. l'' \ 1q ..' jjz tax reduction, will now spend It through preferential treat.
educators .J and In boost the economy
business people, government One was to create.an incentive for the ': : !: and this cut way down unemploy ment and special privileges glv.

officials, and (lust about everyone who students to learn. Another was to create 1 I7 merit en particular types of transac.

has an awareness of the needs of this a goal for the students to reach, and to ;. .; : : For a while, at least, this tlons ers. enterprises and taxpay.

fa t
I' ; he suggested, by stopping
\ up
would ease their path into fRp ''' People will be able to spend
There have been substantial ;1'7f1 loopholes and eliminating spacfal
always the business world. The tJ1 ; more to buy what they want
program was a privileges, would catch
numbers of young people who failed to and need. And business, with
back for the government about
success. ,
complete high school so, in that sense, ;. -. '. :15 more money to invest to supply $3.5 billion in taxes it Isnt get.
: the demand
expand plants
the problem is not new. But, in a Collier County, although not at this : and production.But ting now.

simpler age, those with very limited time drastically affected by the dropout :' .'' : ..;. '.: ..' : the patient may begin to Democrat Sen. Paul who Douglas fought ,endlesslylast Illinois

educations had far more opportunity to problem, has made a step toward easingthe !;. L;. ,'r." .':',.' the develop very anemia purpose-thus of the defeating tax cut year but mostly unsuccess.

find jobs and earn at least a marginal paths of local students into the business ,,. \ ,.:-, J<." :.' -If, through hunger for a buck, fully to get Congress to reformthe
tax structure,
world the : inflation raises the cost of everythlng. gave some ex.
Distributive Education -
living. through
: .
{ .- ... ... amples of millionaires who paidno

program initiated this year in the .. ',: For exampl.zIt taxes at all.

Nowadays young people who leave senior high school. Youngsters are given 'ia business, seeing customerswith furnished The Treasury him with Department informationon had

school before gaining special skills too an opportunity to actually work at jobs more money to spend, a number of oil operators,

frequently become not only unemployed they like for a few hours each day : raises anxious prices for some and of labor the, loot either or their Incomes, and, using the

but with wives and for it. year 1960, what they didn't pay
unemployable. They, get paid .: because It feels workers need
or have to pay in taxes.
and children, drift onto the relief and even more money to keep up
It is too early to tell how the DE pro with prices, begin a broad de. Douglas wasn't suggestingany
public welfare rolls. illegality. But the exam
gram will work here, but we feel safein v' &AYCV mand for higher wages. pies he gave implicitly IndlcaU
So, In addition to the hope the
Various solutions to the problem are prophyesying that it will prove usefulto .-* \ WH plan will work, this tax reduction ed the operators bad smart
*- alv/- fr
being tried or proposed. They such an extent that it will be retained is based on faith in the lawyers and accountants who
range able to take
A+l170DI -_ r. good of the That were advantage,
'ix sise sense country
from outright pleas to young people to and enlarged in years to come. ----" "", :;T'r...........",......")C"'P'rf. ...3.......".....'''''''..- Americans won't get greedy. legally, of all the loopholes and

complete their high school education to "-" 1, Nobodv has said It plainer privileges.Here .

demands that the government step in Collier student I '.it < ,, N'" .. .),. than President Johnson weoiws. are three of the exam.
County's populationis pies Douglas
day night in his talk to the na.
and do something about it, growing rapidly, and as growth occurs tlon after signing the bill into One operator, with Income of
$28.7 million, dldnt pay a dime
Today law
dropout problem will probably become In federal taxes; neither did an.
One possible solution was initiatedby "This. he said "Is abold ap.
more acute. It is, therefore, heart WashingtonBy proach to the problem of the other with $4.milllon income;
an Ohio community that, with the cooperation ening to know that steps already American economy. and neither did another withl.mllllon

of local industry and the Rotary taken are The "We could have chosen to $ income.
being to cope with the problemif But Congress while it made
-- ASSOCIATEDPRE stimulate the
Club instituted intensified vocational economy through
an and when, it develops. NO GLASS HOUSES quent" U1r Is being used as $* a higher level of government;'some changes In the tax structure
program In Its schools. much as the word "commun- spending. Instead we chose tax balked at any wholesale

Editor Collier County News ist", as an excuse for the MEMENTO It was 97 days reduction and at the same :reforms And Kennedy was so
"JO.'H ,, "... !."' .... "." > ;: i< h After fallings of our in I sine John F. time we reduced governments to get at least the tax
fV R; jtM' ; : reading Mr. Kopen's government Kennedy was as.
: eb .2 ; :11:,. ,, t cut he to be
,; ,, > < >''''''N' > ?''' _un 'h-"" .n', v t$letter published in your paperon facing the facts of their own sasslnated and to his spending thought so neces.

February 18thI realize Just mistakes in leadership Georgetown home Wednesday "By taking this course we soy'' reform that he fight.dropped the general .

how asinine a person's Ideas 'The Creator of the universe night came a delegation off Ms have made this bill an expres.

can become and I felt I should placed in the minds o former Cabinet advisers and man"" 6sx.roe em.ve nappa ---wm.ee NI{

,Q.thers say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS answer It. human beings the power of Johnson.associates, led by President ;.. xv" < "i, ,w:2f:: : i.Lti il U&mL

If mature men continue their thought also the knowledge of The President, accompanied
venomous and malicious attacks right and wrong. We have laws his wife
Editors make by spent about 40 minutes
happy Retraining The and persecution of our young governing our way of life that with Mrs. Kennedy He told

and talk peorle we will be faced witha were given birth and executed newsmen the Cabinet group, From The MailbagBy
unhappy UnemplovedWHAT national catastrophe beyond during the dark ages. We need advisers and White House aides

WOULD consider the worst & human conception. Are the millions new laws, free from the bigotry had given Mrs. Kennedy a gift
you favoritetwspaper Some of the special obstacles that of our young to be con- and Intolerance of the in memory of the late president HAL BOYLE
see on
? How you about the brightest your, or moat block Jobs for the hard-core unemployed demned by the actions of a few dark ages and medieval times. -a gold tray with a coffee and
are reflected In a special Labor sugar set engraved with the
misfits them One law that I would favorwould
cheerful: headline Well the enterprising edi Department study disclosing that the among ? names of Kennedy's Cabinet NEW YORK (AP-Memory Ih1 1e-end to hear the sports
some Georgia*newspapers checked Federal retraining is shuttingout For several years 1 worked be that no citizen over members and White House staff is the passport back to a land there brag about all the hellish

W'IO contemporaries !recently ori just such many of those program most! sin need of with large groups of boys bet- the) age of 50'_'VPArs could' holdpul'ltC .aides. ' : : J I .that never Ichangas-..Une'pasQ. t ithlngs .the 'a 'done pa.Saturday
wit the of 10 and 17 ) office: 'if win takea It is, refreshing to the 'night '
and asked each other what would beth skit! to qualify for work. ages you "A little' memento of'admira I spiritto
headline they would MOST like to see in State employment agencies, charged years In a slum area of one quick' run-down of the mess tion and affection," said John drink again from the fountain A man could achieve social
addition to the others. with the responsibility for picking of the large cities of the north. that we have In the world today by remembering when- status of a kind by learning to

Some of ithe' happier headlines submitted trainees who will have a "reasonable I derived much satisfaction developing see what you come up with son.Secretary of State Dean Rusk You could tell Joe College by roll a cigarette with one hand-

Included "Cure for Cancer Found" "Com- expectation" of finding jobs when they their hidden talents and for an answer gave a speech at the presentation his coonskin coat and mandolin. an old cowboy custom.
nu lam ; have finished their courses, tend to passover guiding them over their Face the realities of this day but he declined to reveal Every girl wanted to be the In a large family every child
Toppled"; "Stay-Young Pill Made" many
; the most disadvantaged among what he said first in her crowd to learn to had his own special place under
and '"United States Government problems of thelrevery day life and age. Dear In mind that
RepealsTaxes the Jobless the oldest the youngestand dance the fox trot. the dinner table to park his
Levied on Citizens Incomes" the least educated. Those enrolled and am proud to say many of this Is a practical one and that U.S. Panama The United The thing most Americans ate chewing gum.

For the mare doleful and least wanted, the for training are drawn primarily from my boys went on to be leadersof the human race can be destroyed States and Panama are report. first tor breakfast was a piping People wondered what the

leading shocker was "Free Enterprise Dealt the ranks of the jobless with high their community.If In a matter of hours. Are ed to be considering a return to' hot biscuit, drowned In calorie. country was coming to when It

Death Blow," submitted by the Marietta Dally school diplomas and In the prime work our leaders,Including some you going to let some doddering normal diplomatic relations In loaded butter was reported that Rin.TIn Tin,

Journal Editor Bob Fowler said "we make !rig ages of 22 through 44. The explana- of our Judges, would devote old political machine office- an effort aimed at solving the Security to a man was a big the popular film star, was being

this trim choice because the promising- challenges tion Is simple: they are the easiest to more of their time studying the holder set off the end of human stalemated dispute over the gold railroad watch and a thick. paid more than the president of
train and also the ones most in demand gold chain. the United States.
facing mankind are beyond our comprehension undercurrent and frustration of life? Panama Canal.
or imagination." by employers.But the some of our young all communities I all too soon will be eligible Thomas C. Mann, undersecretary Love was so blind that a feU White collar workers earned
Federal retraining program is of state for lnter.Amerl- low could spend an evening more money than blue collar
The Savannah Morning News with would benefit. to be referred to as sen-
came up not aimply. a numbers
game In which looking at pictures of his best workers
"U.S. Invades Cuba," and said this headline success Is measured by how rapidly] I repeat myself, to wit, thatIf for citizen but I will always can Wednesday affairs, with met for a flvewiatlon an hour girl's relatives in her family on, and the also fact prided they themselves never

ovine' dangerously dote to being reality in trainees finish their courses and get a young man at 17 yearsof stand for the rights and free- mediation subcommittee of the photo album-and still decidehe had to eat a liverwurst sand.

1902. "While this attack did not materialize, Jobs. Specialized projects to aid the age Is to be treated as an dom of our teen-agers. The Organization of American wanted to go ahead and wlch for lunch.

we lUll hold the headline. It may yet appearon unskilled and undereducated workers, adult In the eyes of the court good far overbalances the bad States. marry her. A rural constituent didn't care

our front p.,.." Others dealt with Com- whose jobs are being snuffed out most and at the same time old enoughto among them. The session was described as The druggist had more patients how his congressman voted-

munism, one "U.S. Government Taken over rapidly higher priority by automation in the, must receive serve In the military forces Let's get something rolling "satisfactory" by AmbassadorJuan than the doctor, becauseall just so he sent a pack of free

by' Communists;" another "China Perfecta retary of Labor WirU has program.demonstrated Sec- of our nation with the dub- for our teenagers in Naples Plate of Paraguay. he charged for was the seeds.

Nuclear Bomb, Vowi to Use it on Every his awareness of the of this ious honor of dying for that and not Just consider the senior patent medicine he sold. The height of deviltry In
body nThi urgency nation TRADE INQUIRY The Sen. The candidate who had no job grammar school was to steal a
need. But specialized project are costly. ( that they have no voicein citizens. Less talk and
one headline submitted by the Macon They are a necessary part of the vastly ) then I say he should be more action and a good time ate Foreign! Relations Commit. but the most relatives was almost kiss from a squealing girl !In
a shoo-in to be elected
Newt, with the brief statement "here's the expanded assault on all aspects of Ingrown given the right to vote and the will be had by an. I Include tee Is launching a major In. sheriff. It cloakroom after class.

headline I would like least to se," needed unemployment that demands privileges of a fullfledgedadult all those who have forgottenthat qulry Into East-West trade. Before going to church on was taxes predicted ever that if income
national got
no comment: Nato York attention Times and action. The without any restrictions.Let they too were once young Chairman J.W. Fulbrlght, D. Sunday it was customary for a the people would march any on

"Automation. Replaces Newspaper Edltori. us, once and for all, and did not live in a glass Ark., announced Wednesday ;fellow to stop oft at the nelglt- Washington rather than pay

Jackson (MI' .) Clarion-Ledger eliminate the witch-hunt philosophies house. night that Secretary of State borhood barbershop for a shoe. them.

preached from the rostrums Dean Rusk will be the first wit.
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of our nation. Discardthe Charles R. LeBuff Sr. ness, March 12, In a series of -

I Sub-Offices Will Be NeededThe phrase "Juvenile delln- Naples Fla. public hearings designed! to TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA

h..... ,_._ _eo' ,, gauge the effect of the trade
AnDAnO""IOAR carried on with Communist nations 100
decision of the county com The Citizen suggests that a good AvALOr13TARE3 by Western Allies YEARS AGO
B Florida' &
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.tnlssion to begin a program aimed start might be made by adding sub- ARISE CIvIl War Cantannlal' Cemmittaee

lit making it convenient for all theptopla ACROSS 8. Enzyme H'T.CONTfNT..cve.po PET DOCTOR
offices at the sheriff's substations - - - - -
present 1. Electric m m - -
unit 29. \\1ole of .r.f.l. * 4 *0* m U
of the county to transact: and later establishing addi- 6. With speed the scale nusc! won go Sy A. W. Meller, 0.V M. February 27- Commander

ausiness with the county officials istimely tional offices as the need warrants.It 11. Absence 31. Able to Al..THf.NORNA T.ho", informs Admiral Bailey Harmony of the of the U.5.S.

and certainly: in the beat in- of can laugh ri IA. G RE0TADPOL of another this successful results
is expedition,
hoped that the county commission time to Goose Creek
,ereet of the county.Establishment U. Moth genus 33. Bung CtlnH. If. AND destroyed more salt work ,
will give some mature Learning of these work from
of telephone com- Rhythm 34. Twitching P'VOT.PLEDG' [. a man who came off from St. Marks
thought to this matter and establisha 16. Duck about week be
taunicationa: will help to genus 35. Amid :s01, LED _I A NIHTP'.RHURR" also heard that a Confederate ago
some ex- Cavalry
list of the transactions which 17. March date 36. Bird of .. company/numbering -
has the establishment .- ,' . about thirty.five, was somewhere in the
tent as of sub- 18. Harem area. Yater-
might'be carried out at sub-offices. peace day Harmony ditched three
offices for the transaction of some room 37. Original S ILUTION Oil YISTUDA 'UZZLI his boats under command of
There may be soma matters which executive officer, with orders to destroy
20. Adherent
of county business sin 1.1. .
types 'can not under the law be transactedat of: suffix 39. DlgnlAed DOWN 8. Variety ol unless! he ws seen by Confederate picket on Shell Point.
But there is much that be
yet can They
were not however
mica and
any place other than the county 21. The Uon'elderl 1. Affable immediately
) ,
done to provide the conveniences: in courthouse. These should be spelled 22. Recluse woman 2. Crown 9. Direction landing they surrounded the house, capturing all the

the transaction of county business out. 24. Type 41. Treadle 3. Roundup 10. people that who were in them. Learning from some Negroes
which will make our county modernin square U. irr1gua2s 4.Sweeuop' 12i tlrrd were five white men in some house about two

this respect: When this has been done, the Motd U. Poetic muse 5. Racket miles back, a force was sent to capture them. The boats
15. Dutch returned after
commission could find out from residents 26. Rubber tree U. Chinese 6. By some nineteen hours, bringing with them
It is a lone distance from Key twelve
27. Refuse wool civet 7. herb commune I prisoners, one of whom wa a captain of .
Large to Key West and persons who far removed from the county Polyn 19. Entertain I hIEDA j I( ; company, another had been in the ,, .n
are required: to travel to the county seat if the establishment of a sub-of .c. ..a- .t,, a a t 10w 22. AbstractI and had recently lost his leg. The latter army, and a two lieutenant others

courthouse to transact some item of lice in their vicinity would benefit 'yy7. beings 0. I have a little dog that who are over fifty years of age and all\ sick, will be paroled
them In a measure commensuratewith II IZ ryT 23. deFrance gets car lick. I would lilo lo tore and sent up to St. Marks tomorrow. Harmony
business which that
might well be trans- her 325 mile the effect says
with trip. of this
m* on a action against "the
ftcted at a sub-office near their place: the cost of constructing, maintenance + IS I' 25. Peacock Plaose tell me what I con do? eastward and those on Goose Creek' WOl'U to the

bf residence are called upon to lose and staffing of such an of- butterflies Soon Hall, Aihloy. Ohio. people to believe that w. are disposed to will induce these
.k day's activity needlessly. fice. / II II : ; 27 Locust A. Moll dogs ore car tic* *. 'lint we can get at them, notwithstanding their annoy cavalry patroit.when

People' throughout the keys area The establishment of subofficesat II 1 Zt zat 28.29. Permit time or two not they rids 'In o car, but The prisoners inform me that the force along the coast
Peaveys has been
strategic Hiy" wiwolly got *vr a quicily' Hovr. *- increased where there are work
ire busy these days and can not well points throughout the JO. Reluctant have been any and would
z.s 16Z7 "Hir* oro ton* dogi "*al nvr m a day or two .t the point
ipand a busy day from their county would, we believe; hasten 31 Rodeo w landed lilt
away .
gl *vr motion Ii..".... Just at*" *r night. I have destroyed works so far in which
business employment unless it Ujibftolutely the development of many areas and II IIJI o performer Dee modicln 'lor .humans with this" were made daily, 1,100 at the first and '00 2,400 bUiLeit

necessary.It do much to allay any feelings of sectionalism : .JI 32. Offer to buy problrm, "nSor or. ", .did"" for sips This. at: 12.10! a.bushel 1 is quite an item. Thu at the lat r.

would seem now that there Is which might be felt in nH 33.boxes Theater who go*car ..... Tn* bam tl "*>... .tab11 .- at which it ,, sold for at the works, which fact I is discovered the price

prospect that ts the keys areas de- some areas.. ; L 34. Finishing II your e tronqvllulng volorlnorlon ogont and give Gd.omlhem "lhmto engaged by overhauling in making their salt account, h books. Every man who is

Veldp and gain substantial popula. It Is, we are sure, worth investigating JI "a J, f4 line l*<. dog ....... you ,loovo on your he make twenty bushels daily exempt which from the military duty if

}lon areas, there will be necessity for and, perhaps, worth a try in ..Ji4" .41 36. Information Irle You con oil. help bee by net food at the market price. $12.10. Hence, all who government takes
_. h.
41 s Ing kr 1.1.'. you 1 or during an captured
more and more: of the sub-offices.: some pilot locations: 3$. Dolly trip Give hoe wddl( -.... ofwator. are legitimate !nrisooers of war, as& are aiding and
abetting the
", The Key Test CIttsea 37 F. 4S 40. Combat You will''b*wit oltolonovolior band." enemy n. hosts off two COIItn.

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on Saturday, February :::9. They Thursday, February 87, 19'4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
have been busily working on High School Editor Blind
crafts, and expect to work on
:6 Gltl i Scout! Notes their hostess duties at future ,
meetings. They all enjoyed visiting '

: "bridging the program"Junior Troop. for the From Birth. All. Round Girl

Publicity, 2.4763 ALBANY N.Y. (AP) Pope Frequently, she spends timeIn ...
John xXJn called Kathy Dorn hospital wards reading to
I i girl of "great courage." children from her Biallle storybooks
Brownie Troop 272, under the NAPLES -
The late President John F. She play the FLY .
An important and successful Shelley Stahlman reports troop, leadership of Mrs.Caruthersand her of his ad. may pianoor
Leaders' Meeting was held Mon. activities for Troop 124. Mrs. Roe, went to the Beachon Kennedy of wrote her abUities.MI'or organ, If one Is handy, or MIAMI
day, February 24, at the Scout Leaders made further plans Saturday, February 22, to find miration Erastus Corning n of sing or play her harmonica or
House. All but two troops were with the co-cperatlon of Nelihoborhood shells for a future handcraft pro. accordlan.
calls her "a credit to the
well represented. Leaders are Chairman Mrs. Edward Ject. They mfie musical Instru. Albany) "She's so talented, so gifted New Schedule
Year Round Daily
in music-and her personality Is
reminded ments shown In the Brownie
again that as
these meet. Mattson for the .
neighborhood event < Kathy is 17 and editor of the
electric! said
Hand-book Just a neighbor,
Ings are' extremely 1m port&litwork.shop. to be held March 23 at BOo[ for their band whichplays
student newspaper at Mercy Naples To Miami
Cora Stevenson, who has known
and should be attended .; nlta Springs Community Hall.,[ for singing and dancing at
by all troops leaders ''or co. Exhibits In the following categor,:troop meetings.Brownie High She School is an here.avid swimmer and Kathy In a since letter birth., Pope John praised 7.45AM.: 11.30A.M. 3.45P.M.
leaders. Two very efficient heat. les are requested from Naples I skis Ice.
also bowls water ,
Kathy for her "great courage In Miami
To !
ten have been
purchased by Fu. troops I.e. Ideas for Naples
name tags, skates, plays musical Instru. overcoming the handicap of
ture Citizens for moderating the posters for cookie sale, di) ments and sings. blindness," and President Ken. 903: A.M 2.15P.M. 5QO P.M.
256 under the
cold weather In the Scout House Troop ,
camp, money making projects or des.
A acquaintance
life-long wrote "I admire
so no one need tear uncomfor. other service projects,crafts(01 r.leadership of Mrs. Ed Wilson, crlbed Kathy's personality as nedy demonstrated, abilities" your Connrrtlon and Rrcrrvations to any point la the world
table meetings for either troopsor Xmas, gifts, troop use, natun;are planning a shelling project "electric." Another said he had
As editor Kathy has had
an ,
which will three differ. NAPLES AIRLINES
leaders In the future! or service projects,anysuccess.: occupy "never seen her depressed.1'On
interviews with Gov. Nelson A.
Final report of the cookie sale ful program ideas which may bused s, ent meetings of the troop.beachto The weekend dates, the pert Rockefeller and Lt. Gov. Mal. Naples Airport Concourse I Miami Airsrt
first will be to the
was made by Mrs. Robert Coe, by other troops. This trip J brunette likes nothing better
cookie chairman, and is of in. will be of ideas gather shells. Next meeting calm Wilson Ml 2-3454 NB 44811
an exchange than a trip to the movies or a with braille.
She takes notes a
terest to Scouts and community. meeting and will be an excellent will be devoted to Identification basketball football City Ticket" oWn Napln Travel Agency 4 ConwnBUSINESSMEN.
or game.
device or on a typewriter.
450 cartons of cookies, with 150 means of learning new crafts,of the shells, and the third meet. "I haven't missed a school punch.. .
cartons each of Mints, Peanut skills and planning. Na. Ing will be using the shells In e' ; \ ---: .T '
program fur. dance In lour years, Kathy) : \. ;' \ .,,, .
handicraft projects. They "
Butter Sandwiches and Shorties, pies Trainer Mrs. Robert Gregg said during an interview.
were delivered for Naples troops. will be in charge of songs endgames ther plan to make puppets, and Kathy has been blind since
Mints were all sold the tint Senior Troop 241 will have a meeting on birds to be birth.
day ol the sale. Only 9 cartons have charge of Visual aid booth, found in the Naples area with Corning, who has known
had to be returned unsold. The and all troops will participate li n, Mrs. Ted Below as visiting program -- Kathy since she was 2, said #,.t set to -
441 cartons sold equalled 5,292 exchange of service and program director. VERTICAL SUPPLY Air Kathy inspired him to develop r
boxes of cookies sold in Naplesby ideas. Remember the date watches one-ton in.communlty educational acll. the SLACK season !
ClrlScout troops.This broughta MARCH, 23, 7:30. BonitaSprlngs flies for the blind. Until' recent.
profit of $264 divided among Community Hall container of supplies floatto ly, blind children In Albany had (
the individual troops for use in Plans were made at the Troop 170, Brownies at Car. earth under a parachute to travel to Rome, N.Y., or to 4zGm.21eod'SL4"l
purchasing camping equipment. Leaders Meeting for attendance ver School, under the leadership have after being released from neighboring states to school, he .
craft supplies or other specificuses of troops at church services dur. of Miss Patricia Cotton,
as voted by the Individual Ing Girl Scout week, March 8. been engaged In handcraft pro. a giant air freighter over said."Kathy's courage and abll. CKS 4i\ -
such as table mats print. the Malaysian Jungle.
troops.All 15th. Jects .. Ity to learn got me interested In 1 ,
Girl Scouts wish to thank ed with potato block prints, animals '
the problem of education for the
the community for their supportin out ot Clorox bottles, dip County Teachers'Croup blind and, in act, all handl. Add to your summer wardrobe I and summer
the annual cookie sale. Much Girl Scout Troop 211 met on bags for utensils used at camp capped children. She Is a creditto fun) with a pair or two of smaitly-styled
training in accounting and handl. February 20th opening with a and they are planning a wiener In Regular her family and a credit to color-bright slacks finely tailored by Palm .
ing money and sales is derived flag ceremony presented by the roast In the near future. the city." Beach Company. New Dacron )polyester j ,
Monthly MeetingThe
from this business venture for Tumbleweed Patrol. Patrolleid.
Each of the last lour years,
blend them wrinkle free. Plain
girls participating. era were Installed at the business Collier County Teachers Kathy has spent a day at the rayon keeps o N cNg '
session and buddy burners front . Fashion-right t for day or
Troop 249, Junior and Cadettes j Association met at the Carver Albany Medical Center Hospital L. i4 'i Palt j
The diamond Patrol of Troop were made by all girls presentas at Carver School, under the lea. Ugh j School Wednesday, Feb. answering questions for a bat. night.Come In and pick a pairof >wt,t y&v n4
124 (adettes)invited Juniors who part of their outdoor cook dership of Mrs. Mary Louise ,ruary: 19,in its monthly gathering. tery of doctors. She attempts to Slacks today 1 ...a.m.114 A.4.rlear.., I
will fly up to the Cadette level ing badge requirements. Troop GUllngs and Mrs. Eva Use, are Reports from the three dele. tell the doctors how she "sees"a
next year to a "bridging" pro. Treasurer Betty Eplngler was el. busily making handbags out of gates on the Mld.Wlnter Confer new formal gown, or a love .
gram at Camp Tlmberford on ected, as was Sue Stewart as Clorox bottles and are working (tnce held In Orlando were given.It scene in a movie or a touch. only S 1195
Saturday, February 22 from Scribe. Megan Hooper was welcomed on their needlecraft badge by ] was reported that the meet. down run.Father. d
4:30 to 8:30p.m.Allglrlsbrought as a new member of the making skirts for themselves. |ing's message to the delegation
a nosebag snack, and the Dla troop. Patrols studied differ They are working on the mean .was In the form of a panel dls. Daughter
mond Patrol furnished a home. ent parts of the Hand-book am ing of the Laws and Promise. cusslon,I whose theme was "Im. ,
baked cake decorated with World presented skits to the rest ol II I proved Instruction." panelmem. Have BirthdaysOn 4
Friendship insignia and bever. the members of the troop to and
1 hers t were Mrs Rose II
age for their guests. Girls par. further participation in use of the 1I I Dr. Beverly Swans.A February 29 EPP'S' j

ticipated in hiking, ire-building, Handbook Senior Troop 241, under the question was presented to se. DENVER (AP) Charlotte
first aid, getting acquainted with leadership of Mrs. Lloyd Hill I condary classroom teachers requesting Stone, 8, celebrates her second for
the camp facilities, songs and and Mrs. Robert Martin, have I more participation In the birthday Saturday and her father Clothing Men --
games around a blazing camp Brownie Troop meeting at Sha. composed and sent in an article I Classroom Teachers Assocla. Charles Stone, 48, will observe 'OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS' a
fire. This was a most success dowlawn on Tuesday after schoolis on how Scouting helps to prevent I tlon. It was felt that the work and his 12th. Both were bornon
ful way of showing some of the reminded that. all girls are ex. delinquency to the Bonita I problems engendered throughthis Feb. 29 In leap years 725 Fifth Av.nu., S. MI 2-2223 .... '''' ...- aM
program fly-up Juniors will enjoy pected to be present next Tues. Banner, as requested by the edl. I group would greatly benefit
next year, and of getting acquaint. day, with Leader Mrs. Gladys. tor of that paper. The troopIs I teachers with the dropout Drive Carefully. ._Live_ :' :' l. :",,/,: ,:" -t :, :,L" '::1t .,:: .:>- .__. \
ed with their Sister Scouts. Vance, assisted by Mrs. Vivian practising and learning water I problem since it Is more prevalent -- =
Twenty.two girls of Troop 124 Hody. Cancelled meetings will safety and small craft skills in the secondary area.
sold a. record number of 154V4 be made up later in the year with lessons at Camp Timber. Other items discussed were 1
cases of cookies; money coming by extra outdoor events. ALL lord from Instructors Mr. and 1. The dropout problem.
to the troop from this sale has MOTHERS OF SHADOW LA WN Mrs. Lloyd Hill. They are proud 2. A foreign language every W
gene to purchase a. 9x11 tent BROWNIES PLEASE NOTE. of their sale of cookies as their student In the near future.
for camping trips. Mothers accompanying troop Is a small one;; they did 3. Implementation for a new o V3Rs
the Juniors at Camp account for 48 cartons during educational medium In dlstrlbuU eat:::
Tlmberford were Mrs. Russell Girl Scout Cookie sale. A new Ing information by means of 10. ., .. ., not
Stahlman Mrs. Boynton, Mrs. Brownie Troop 248, under the member has been welcomed Into alr-fllght television stations.If It r.:"i.ro ..1..oqmtj": "tU'I
McKay, and leaders Mrs. Bibee leadership of Mrs. Hoffman and the troop. Progressive dinner f .J h. r.. r ..__. "... ... 1 In.
and Mrs. Matthews were presentat Mrs. Phillips, met at their re. party is being planned for next your frozen duckling U cut. Hi
the camp, plus Senior Aide gular time on Wednesday, Feb. month. Betty Decker represen. up it will take tour to six hours
Karen Hultzen. Vicki Belavek ruary. 19, at Ehadowlawn Schoolto ted the troop at the Senior Co. .troom t Imperlture to lh.wjov; .r- lOllt Abe
taught the Juniors the uses of the make situpons to be used at Ed planning board meeting Sat. night Will do the trick if the duck a qgg ;
compass, and how to lay a trail. their visit to Camp Tlmberford urday the 22nd. I la left in till rtfrlg r.tor.
Kathy Boynton was In charge of boa
games, while Rebecca McGill
taught the Juniors some tricksIn
camp cooking. Pauline Bibee way ,t
and Diane Pettit were in charge bs.f

of teaching lag etiquette, and Now Open. sell.LOL
ire building. Shelley Stahlman
also taught the girls some of the IliU
knots necessary for camping to our
skills. Nose bag supper was en. forBUSINESSI
joyed around the fire, with the IT
additional snacks of potato chips, (J't
lemonade and special cake pro.
vlded the Cadettes.Mrs.Pettlt "
by / /
also assisted In transportationafter ,SundayBuffet fbta!

the closing flag and taps t evtr
ceremony. The Diamond Patrol no
wishes/ tolthank all mothers who s, tuntrf
assisted in this excellent pro.

gram. Naples' own Imperial, Chrysler, Plymouth, '>uW'bod

The Daisy Patrol of Troop IT

124 presented a Thinking Day pro. and Valiant Dealership. We hope we serve NOt
gram on Monday, February 24, may .
at their regular troop meeting at DinnerHRS. ,
the Scout House. Flag ceremonywas
given I at the opening and closing you in selecting one of Chrysler Corporation'sfine
of the meeting by the Dla.
mond Patrol. Program followed
a general business session, and automobiles. Our modern, complete ser- 4Tj I Icz
was presented in skit form by the
Daisy Patrol; skits based on the

birthday of Lord and Lady Baden vice department is at disposal.
Powell who were responsible for now your
the first Boy Scouts and Girl
Guide programs In England, and

on troops programs during, the all month conducted of February by. Coming Soon. ::: 6:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M..

are meant to remind all .
Scouts of their Sister Scoutsin
many lands far away,
who though different in many ways

of same everyday creed and living laws, abide that American by the. We will be celebrating our grand opening, ; Beautifully decorated formal

Girl Scouts do. At the meet.

ing Monday, refreshments were ftj'' buffet. 60 feet of table
Timberlake served; guests, and being Mascot Mrs.Ginger.E. W. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 567. space

I filled with exotic and exciting
We extend invitation
cordially our warmest to

dishes to choose from.

one .\).

Hearh |ic( Please Make Reservations

Sporting (; all.WOOD Call Wm. Moran ]

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February XT, 1V64TV Play About Pius Lady .BeatleShies Dirt Mrs. E. G. BabbWord

has been
II Less StimulatingThan received In
Naples of the death of Mrs.

? RADIOBy : ExpectedNEW Elizabeth Graham Babb, wife
from the LBJ
YORK (APV-Europe'i ManiaBy Dug By of Roy Babb of 12 CromwellSt.

CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Howard Lindsay and Dennis uproar play, "The beputy," has ., G Greenville s.c. Death
Televlslon-Radlo Writer King--all dedicated raconteurs been turned into a subdued sin. occured Wednesday at 7:30p.m.
not stimulating spec.lm.n MARY CAMPBELLAP whether< his wife was preienU In an Atlanta, Ga.. hospital
of following
NEW YORK (AP) "Chron. recalling some the wittier cere, very Canal
isle," usually the relief chow for quips and cracks of members of Broadway stagecraft. Newsfeotures Writer "At this party, are you kiddin,' For four years of declining

"CBS Reports" once a month, through the years.It As presented in premiere Shy Mrs. Beatle can relax. She, her husband :)-)'ear. he yelled back. President health.
>. often a delightful oasis of net. Is as certain as anything Wednesday night at the Atkln. old Beatle John Lennon and his buddies. Beatles Mr.. Lennon stood in the PALA'TKA (AI')Florida- The deceased was a native
work television. It U that else in the currently topsy.turvy son Theater it Isn't likely to wings during the first of two- Johnson nlea to At the of New 'I'
a spot YorkClty,and the
George, Paul and Ringo, lived through 10 days missions. daughter
fires the viewer a chance to en. of television programming that cause much emotional jangle among exhibitions of Bestlemania at on two political of
joy a small view, an amusing Lucille Ball's replacement in among those concerned In advance American Beatle bugs gone mad ana are safely i back in Carnegie Hall on Wednesdsy but same time, Lynda Bird Johnson Mrs.MargaretMckintosh
roman. Graham and the
out a late
situation or an Interesting CBS' powerful Monday night about Its theme that the British woodwork. may ret to carry Randolph
eroup. lineup of comedy shows next Pope Plus xn remained silent While in the United States the' tic one. to set offa W. Graham. She has lived In
Wednesday night's half hour season will be Bea Benaderet. about the Nazi extermination of Beatles rocked out their driving { The President was starting Greenville since 1922.
show was an Informal tour of Her "Petticoat Junction" moved Jews during World War U. Meraey beat and teen-age girls charge of dynamite canal here Survivors In addition to her
I a famous gentlemen's club In quietly into the top 10 shows this Contrasting with the excitement rolledback with smitten screams work on a cross-state$1 oo..platener husband and mother Includedone
New York City called The Play. season. outside' the playhouse Cynthia Lennon, the only Beatle and to address a daughter, Mrs. Robert 1.. I
ers, founded 79 years ago by the Judy Garland Is expected to caused by chanting pickets, wife, and envy of two continents _. Meantime at Miami his 19 .year olddauiht.r (Lottie Margaret) Brown, of
great actor Edwin Booth and wind up her CBS shows next placards and platoons of police, of lem.agegirls, stayed .. 1 In a Greenville! and three brothers
: to squeeze ,
The hoped
within. ay
month with a couple of all was decorous N
with one.
an membershipof far
as from the Fred of
at possible tumult. with Lf )J.f.) Bernard Ros. Jacksonville, Fla., the
visit {
artists, writers and, of woman shows. Her recent solo audience warmly applauded She ducked ( .
photographer and
Is eta.tiofigt
of the seven eQlcbfU her fiance who Rev. Malcom Graham of
course, actors. hour was so well received thatit the end of each ranted ,
interviews Most
no of
W. wandered past paintingsby was decided to try some scenes, otherwise remained,the time she stayed inside the at Mayport Naval Ingram.Base Petersburg Va., and the Rev.
quiet. aboard the destroyer Randolph W. Graham. Jr. ofMechanlcsvtlle.
Sargent looked at a skull more. hotel or was taken shopping or
Booth used In "Hamlet" and a Recommended tonight Suspense Herman Shumlin, producer. !- sightseeing by one of the P President! Johnson and his Va.
dagger John Barrymore carried Theatre NBC, 10.11 rector, has keyed the presentation public relations men attached, to family were expected In Jacksonville Funeral services will conducted .
later In his version of the name (Eastern Standard Time) in a mood of quiet dignity the chaggy-haired quartet's riot. about noon. He was to at 4 pjn., Friday by the
Kathy Crosby and Cornel WildeIn and the cast headed by Emlyn ous tour. take a helicopter here for the Rev. Marlon Hare at the August ,
role.But the most engaging portion "Doesn't Anyone Know Who Williams and Jeremy Brett Cynthia i I. platinum blonde 2i: ceremonies and later fly backto Road Baptist Church in 1
was a session In the club's bar I Am?" about an amnesia vie. rarely raised a voice or sweepsan and always described as "terri Jacksonville to hoard Air Greenville. Interment will be
.with members Marc Connelly, tlm. Impassioned gesture. bly shy." She turned down money Force One for the trip to Miami. In the Woodlawn Memorial
----. The President's role here was
-- ATLANTA (AP) Times are offers from various publicationsto Park.
l changing in Georgia end cuspidors tell "her atory" to them. to press a button exploding a
in the legislative hallsare The Lennons met while both charge of dynamite to move the
TO'B:() first dirt for the 107.mlle canalacross Ecker
becoming as scarce as the were attending the Liverpool north central Florida. It
buffalo on the western plain College of Art and married before will take -estimated 10 yearsto Frederic W. Ecker, 67, chair.
A few years ago ISO were the Beatles made it big. They an man of the Board of MetropolU
$'PRtNKLER' SYSTIM placed In the House and Senate. have an 8-month-old son, John, About complete.100 police officers were tan Life Insurance Company until

Today only one is in use but they didn't bring him to on hand to help Insure the safety he retired last March, died last
"They don't chew tobacco America. night at a local motel where he
of the
ser /T. FORGET IT like they used to," aaid Secretary Where waa Mr*. Beatle when Johnson's President.exact arrival time and his wife had been guests
of State Ben Fortson, the the riots were going ctrong for the past few days.
Take a permanent was not publicly announced.
building custodian. On Saturday the day after the
Born In Brooklyn, N.Y.}he was I
vacation from p a veteran of World War during

watering your N which he served in the armyas
South LosesSkirmish a lieutenant. He was a mem.
lawn. '\" .ber of the Brown Hills Commu.
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TORO AUTOMATICALLY. : Besides his wife, Mrs. Bar.
I IA MR AM \\IRS lik. Tl.t. (11h '. nun, only (tal ,dill"I" bara Ecker, he is survived by
Lowers your water bills ', until 01, :,,1-. it., u "ith hu \\b\r.a\ >?hn in London, 4irp< rt Civil Rights his father, F.U. Ecker of New
Increase your property completely underground dependable agracy rwpons- on Feb. 7, before fling tc' ih Lniti< Star, York City four sons, FredericW.
valueSaves ibis for protecting you your WASHINGTON (AP) The Jr. of Bellevue, Wash.} Hoyt
the work of watering family, horn and business Beatles' arrival here, Mrs. Len. remained backstage during the I first day's skirmish in the Sen. of Weston, Mass., John F, and
S Helps build beautiful against every InvyrabU throat attended second. civil bill has David N., ho;'h of Greenwich: ,
non an afternoon re* ate on the rights
lawn of lees through 8 'planned program And who didmanage Conn. and sister
to one reporter ; defeat a of Easton
of hearsal for the Sullivan Show ended 11a temporary:
protection guaranteedby
e1 Ends unsightly drought
to ask her reactions,
spots tailored to your specific need compani'** of unqution ate dinner with the group at one for Southern forces seeking to Md.Funeral
York's Cynthia replied with calm under the services and interment
of New famous strangle legislation
financial strength. most restaurants '
Gives you more leisure time "I 1 think they're bit' will be in Greenwich
and toured the city with statement. a After more than five hours of ,
FREE ESTIMATES. We will be glad to Check your prop. them by automobile. To keep wackier than the English girls." ,sharp debate the Senate voted Conn. Local arrangements were
erty or sn
M.-utctu<.4 by MoM 0' ...tiC,Ins, ?.a wb.ldwr' at TOMO ...nu'oct"'.....CorP she stayed inside the car. W. D Reynolds the bill directly on its agendaand Funeral Chapel.Herbert .
::i She shied away from two re* not shunt it to the Judiciary I
Sprinkling 1 1i MSVtmE ACtNCI, lie.GfC. hearsaU and the Sullivan broad Attends Meet Committee headed by a strong HooverIs
STAHLMAN cast ono'day and appeared at foe of the measure.
Systems none of tt.o Beatlea' daylong At U Of Miami Senate Democratic leader Past Critical
<52 5M A*.... Seth conferences: Ata School Mike Mansfield surprised many f
i p preaa on Monday. CORAL GABLES su-
Box 1091 Naples, Florida Phe..e 2-5141. pack-'em-in party given by perlntendents and supervisory ,senators who supported him In Stage Of IllnessNEW

Call MI 2-3422 Naples, Fiends Capitol Records Monday evening, personnel from 14 counties of I that vote by trying then to win YORK (AP) Former
Jofin was asked over the hubbub southeast Florida attended one- 'unanimous consent to send the President Herbert Hoover has
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of Miami yesterday. next Wednesday.This point in his illness and was able
Corvair Monza Chevrolet The public school officials met was blocked by Sen. Jacob to sit up In bed today for break
by with representatives of the UM's K. Javlts, R N.Y., and fast, his doctors said.
School of Education for group Mansfield told newsmen todayhe Hoover 89. became seriously
": ,." discussions on supervision in pu probably would not renew 111 last Sunday with respiratory
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DynamitedST. slated Florida federal DuPont government estate, has or.re. ,'- Liz In Audience? mmokalee New \\ I

AUGUSTS, Fla (AP) ders to rehire the striking work. Jt ".M ; .. fJ TORONTO (AP) Did they, '
The third dynamite blast ers and restore the status qio '....;..wi' come to see Richard Durtol'play 'I l BY MRS. W. H. GARRETT!
Along the Florida East Coast of pre.strlke days pending ef. ''t'" Hamlet on stage or to set: : .. ....,... ..__ ...
forts to settle er at- -----
Railway this month blew a to.omotlve the dispute. Elizabeth Taylor In the audl.. 'tOiome place of Interest In-
and< several box cars >. "Itjt."... O$.,..... enc? That was the question. The School Library Club the stare
;' off the track 10 miles south of Minister Rejoins Burton opened In Toronto'I. wishes to thank those persons Last year the visit was to
i' lIeU today. No one was Injured O'Keefe Center Wednesday who have participated In the the Seaquarium at Miami
. seriously. Navy For Security, night In the title role of a mod.. buying of books at the Book The Panthers will motorcadeto
r Officials or the company said ern dress "Hamlet" headed for Fair. This Is their second such
And More Fort Pierce to play In the
some of the cars caught fire, Money ; a Broadway run under the dtrec.. project and the Interest and enthusiasm
be held
District Tournament to
after the blast at a highway In. UK1AH, Calif. CAP) Tie tin, of Sir John Glelgud. The t shown by students and
lerwctlon. Rev. Eldon Lewis left his 'l'Ulc1 i Toronto's only' morning: faculty Hike prompted all to February 27 29.
The FEC has blamed numer. church Wednesday to rejoin the newspaper had qualified praise I predict another successful Both teams boys and girls,
OILS dynamitlngs on sabotag Navy for more money and for the Welsh actor's perform. are to play at 7 and 8 o'clock
Eleven nonoperating unions greater security. a: ,-e. Fair.Monies acquired from the Thursday night. Our girls are
which struck the road Jan. 23, The Church of Christ pastor, But Miss Taylor's fans wer project will be used to remodel
1963, have denied involvementin 34, had served tn the Navy 11 disappointed. She ducked Into i iit The Panthers have won threeof
violence before to the '*r theater entrance half ar the reAdlrg room In the Library -
the and have plead years turning min. 11 games played, the Pan
ed with dynamiters to bring It istry three years ago. He will I ur before curtain time nc I and any balance will be the rettes have won eight out of
to a halt. return In his old rating, radio. remained backstage thrl\u houlthe On Feb. 14, a powerful explo. man, first class. .I'r performance, avoiding !3 I(0) 10 games.
slon hurled 10 cars off the track His wife, Evelyn, said that :niookcis! huddled in a !Ugh t
near New Smyrna Beach. Earl. when her husband Is able to retire sn >w lit front of the theater and CHECK
far in the month, a train was from the Navy on pensionIn 3. :00 others. in the audience. CHECK and DOUBLE
dynamited near Miami. nine years they hope to eo \bout GOO first niitiitors. got i
Some crewmen were shaken Into evangelistic church work. lock at Miss Taylor at a late UNROFFICESUPPLES
r.: eptton as she !sat with hei \\nft,
bark to Burton whispering tc Rebuilt'Paymaster
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morning news 1977 Gulf Shore Blvd Construction Skeele, (NEWS photo)

elevator In background is 100 feet BEA CITES BY .
on the TODAY Show
about 9 per cent for 550,000bust. need*--and In this fashion, tin
i le&ses. The cuts are retroactive money' will circulate through the q n
starring Hugh Downs. LBJ Signs :::0 Jan. 1.Johnson. economy raising the demam CAIIIIOHNapUl I
In his IS.mlnute ad. for goods several times the
'dress said the measure "will amount of the tax cut." Artist
NBC TelevisionVan strengthen our economy and C- ) r
Tax Bill \!bring citizens.: a better" way of We to our more On Miami's Spaniah downtown than Pngltah streets caib Cannon Gallery & Studio

The theory Is, is Johnson ex. heard at time*. Some M.OCXtef ( II 710 5th, AVI. S.
plained "As you spend this igees from, Cimmunist Cuhi .
Into Law !money at the grocers or depart. h e bath 'csettleil. oath, UK w.: "On The Mall"
ment store, the grocer and department h ,p r the Mia' Cuban, I Ref igei e .. pen evening
WASHINGTON (AP) The | store owner In turn C te in lice Ihr"'llh'lt,' Iii,.
historic tax bill is signed and will spend It for their own kited States. i
sealed, and its big cargo of re.- ,
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went championship, Naples High place: to sit for Friday night's Jerry Davis
School' basketball team travelsto clash, since the Charlotte gymna "

Punta Gorda Friday to meet slum's capacity has been doubled. . . . . . . . . .
the host Tarpons at 9 p.m. In Those arriving early Friday will Tops ScorersAt

the ,opening round of Class A, get the best seats, of course.
Croup 12 district play. They also will be able to take in ) Junior 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday February 27, nut
Punta Cords, which trouncedthe the Venice North Fort Myers High

Eagles twice during the sea. game, which begins at 7:30.I" .
son, wDl have to prove all over '"i VonlceNFM winner meets Speedy little Jerry Davis was Man Of
again that It Is a better team the PG.Naples winner for the the top po -$etter for Naples Clay An Enigma

than Naples. The Eagles are determined district championship on Satur. i Junior High this past basketball I
that their first tourna. day at 8 P.m. at Punta Gorda. : season as he scored more

ment game will not be their 1 d'' ..impion will go to Dunedin than 15 points a game on the Moods. Puzzles Friends

last for regional play next week. average.The .
Spectators from Naples are Venice, with only a 2.18 record, a hofshootlngelghthgra- - --- .

looks to be the weakest of the der tossed In 172 points and MIAMI BEACH, Fla, (AP>- private, he is a very serious,

four teams. 1.r led the Panther seventh and One moment he Is a raving, studious youngster.
Mayor IssuesProclamation But one of their two victorieswas eighth-grade team to a fine ranting maniac--stomping back "You wouldn't believe it, but
over Punta Gorda, 72.67, and forth with a cane, his eyes he likes to read books He will
11-1 record. Davis scored his
illustrating just how much the glassy, his mouth pouring out listen to music, !good music by
Tarpons can fluctuate from game points In 11 of the games.since words like water spilling over ai the hours. He thinks a lot and

to tame. They looked like world M weir Jr there was one forfeit victory.I broken dike he worries a lot-about the welfare -
beaters while taking Naples l+ts so he averaged 15.6 points i a The next moment he Is quiet of his race and the start
On NHS Eagles twice 53-35 and 85-54 during 3' game. and subdued, almost modest, of the world."

the season. : ::3 Davis' top effort was 24\ speaking In tones hardly audible On Tuesday at the pre-noon
PROCLAMATION North Fort Myers also holdsa points, and he was held to few 10 feet away. weigh-in prior to his IS.round
victory over the Tarpons. The er than 12 points twice Now he Is a reluctant dragon. championship bout against Us
WHEREAS the of Naples only '
City Knights lost a return match by "I don't like to fight," he ton, a prohibitive 7.1 favorite,
has great pride In the athletic one !point NFM also split with all season. Including his team'sonly says. "I don't like to hurt peo. Clay made an appearance at

endeavor of the Naples Naples Their victory over the loss. The Panther squad,' pie. I don't like to get hit. I do Convention Hall which left 300

Senior High School and Eagles late In the) season trig coached by Keith Bright rolled It Just to make a living I mayo onlookers in a near state of
WHEREAS Naples Senior gered a flv game winning streak up 430 points compared t 1 I retire." shock.

High School has done much to which gave NFM a 10.7 mark only 227 by their opponents The words have hardly left While his retinue of odd
bring favorable publicity upon for the season. Two tresnmen scored In triple their echo when he bristles like friends carried banners and

the City of Naples and figures for the season as; a finely trained fighting cock screamed slogans, Cassius
WHEREAS the basketballteam GOOD FINISH L / Coach Bill Marshall's team i and snaps; stormed over the stage like a

of Naples Senior High Coach Andy Lorentzson's racked up four victories in their "I can whip any man In the berserk madman. He bangedhis
Naples team won four out of Its world 4'11 two night just stick
fight a walking against the
School and Its Coach "Andy" last five games for a 6-i 8!3
last five games and finished witha to prove I'm right." wooden floor lie bellowed In.
., record.
have done much y r season
Lorentzson to
12-9 record this season They Such is the paradox of Cassius suits and brandished/ a fist at
give true meaning to good to catch Punta Gorda off Jeff Johnson like Davis a his
hope ..... ; Marcellus Clay, the new heavy. opponent
sportsmanship and the will to stride Friday and dash the home ....-' r.SURROUNDED: J -.'tIII1Ir! J1i l I'l'" ii.BE.;. ,: 4. w guard was the top potnt-make r weight boxing champion of the He repeated over and over
win, and team's tournament hopes right for the freshmen with 144' world. "I am the king. I am the great

WHEREAS the basketballteam off the bat. BY TARPONS, Naples teammates will/ be out to spoil Punta points. Forward Steve Steele Thirty-six hours after he had est. I can whip any man in the

of Naples Senior High Four Punta Gorda players know center Steve Clark puts In two points Gorda too rnament hopes as district made exactly 100 points during; left the fearsome, reportedly unbeatable world I float like a butterfly,
where the basket is and the Listen bleed. sting like a bee, rumble man
School will engage In the District the season. Johnson was the Sonny a ,
Championship at Punta other player's job Is to know against Punta Gorda in game at Char eliminationslotte begin Friday night on the only player to get as mamas )y I Ing battered hulk slumped In rumble."

Gorda, Florida; where his teammates are, so gym last week. Clark and his Tarpon flooi r r (NEWS photo) 20 points In any onejamejscoring defeat on the corner stool, Clay It was a s car y Incident.
feed the ball to them. Clay's looked wild and almost
he can continued to be a complete eyes
NOW THEREFORE i 21 In a victory over
Most prolific scorer for the Tar! center Tom Levine (9.3). The available only for limited duty enigma to the men who follow dopey Vt'lns'stuck out on
ARCHIE TURNER By virtueof pons Is a C-ll junior guard, Dave three front men controlled the Friday night because of illness Happy Days Are Bishop Verot.Following tho fortunes of this always con. his neck. He ranted hysteri.
the authority vested (In me Funk. boards against Naples in the are the leading> rally
On the bench and willing to help founding sport.
as Mayor of the City of Naples He wears glasses and a crew. teams' two previous meetings. out will be Bob Koch, Bill Splng. Here Again For scorers for the Junior hlgfi 1 Is he a charlatan and a hoax? Calloused sports writers, wit.

Florida call upon the citizens cut and averaged 21 points a Lorentzson will rely on center ler, George Welch and Mike Calumet FarmsMIAMI teams: Or Is he-as he so proudly proclaims nesses to the unsettling scene,
of Naples to send our Naples game this season.Against Naples Steve Clark and forwards Walter Repass. for the universe to hear were awe struck. They got into
High School basketball last week he hit a high mark Ritchie and Marty Bowen (all Fla. (AP) CalumetFarm t!: SEVENTH EIGHTH -the boxing wizard of the age? little clusters and whisperedtheir

team to Punta Gorda hoping they of Jj:: points, connecting on 17 juniors) to get some rebounds Frederick BeatsPresbyterians one of the most fabuloui I Jerry Davis 172 Is he an obnoxious, blabbering alarm. This man isn't
will return as "CHAMPIONS." out of 24 field goal tries. Naples for the Eagles Guards Bill racing establishments in the I Mike Sharp 72 loudmouth, whistling past the right, they said. He shouldn'tbe
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I defenders discovered that guard Morton and Buzz Berson have country for a score of years but Carlos Alfonso 55 grave yard to mask his own In. allowed in the ring
have set hand and seal of log Punta Gorda's shotmakors, annoyed opponents by grabbing ST. PETERSBURG (AP) which fell on lean times for 2t I John Abbott 49 adequacies? Or is he the golden The Miami Beach Boxing
my especially Funk, IsafulUlmeop- rebounds, as well. Frederick College staged sever. long months, is on its way to the I boy, the hero on a white Commission fined him $2,500.The .
the City of Naples on this eratlon. They can't afford Morton, the only sophomore on al come from behind rallies fields of clover again. Fernando Rivero 31 charger destined to ride away commission doctor report.

26th day of February nineteen to relax. the varsity this season,gave pro. Wednesday night to hand Flori. Princess Arle carried the fa., Ricky Hendry 20 with the pretty damsel in the ed ominously, "this boy is
hundred and sixty four During the season the top four miss of big things to come by da Presbyterian a hard fought mous devil's red and blue silk: Bennie Roome 18 final reel? scared to death. He Is emotion

ARCHIE TURNER Tarpons scorers averaged SO tossing in 21 points Saturday as 73.87 basketball defeat. of Mrs. Gene Markey to a one. Cassius seems determinednever ally unstable. He Is burning
MAYOR points. The whole Naples team Naples beat Kentucky Military. The visiting team from Ports, length triumph In the $60,7OC I FRESHMENJeff to let anyone-not even away his energy at an alarm.
averaged 56. Of great assistanceto Berson, a senior, is a capable mouth, Va., trailed 34.29 at half Black Helen Handicap at HI a., Johnson 144 his closest associates-know. ing rate."
ATTEST Funk are Wayne Quick (IB scorer and ball-handler. time and was 10 points behindat lean Wednesday for Calumet'i I Steve Steele 100 There Is a faint suspicion that "It was just a game," Clay
Elsie Lehman point average) and Dana South Senior David Pease, one of 41.31 late In the third quar. first stakes victory since Beau, Mark Finger 82 all of this is a big game to the acknowledged later, in chiding

City Clerk (11.4)) at forwards, and leaping the team's top scorers, will bo ter. Prince won the Michigan mileat John Dahlin 69 handsome, 22.year.old descend.ant the newspapermen. "You were
Detroit June 23, 1862. 45 of a Kentucky runaway too blind to see it."
Princess Arle, daughter olPrlncequlllo Jerry Morgan slave. He to On
13 seems get a puck. the day after the fight,
out of Miss ArletU I Terry Morgan Ish, even fiendish delight out of Cassius showed up for a sched
by Bull Lea, ran the 1'/8-mile ..-w confounding the world. uled post-bout Interview. Hfe
Black Helen In the good time o f Mirv Griuom, pitching cost h "He Is a terrific kid," says wore a conservative brown
.a.UV NOW and 1:50 35 and won by one lengtl h for the Los Angeles Angeli 1 Claf'. trainer, Angelo Dundee. tweed jacket and slacks. He
n ,M ,.i 1 :war Patrol Woman Smart Deb,,I holds the major league pitcher.>' "A perfect athlete, easy to ban.a carried no banners. His vocal
CL SAVE during yflWMMOTOROLA the '8.5 favorite with the turnout t: mark tor consecutive err oil tt die, but no one really knows entourage did not
of 20,979 finished fourth in the I game* -219-between 1954 an d him. In public, he Is loud and him. accompany

field of nine.Pete 1959. brash, but it's all an act. In When he faced the reporters,

Brown his voice was low and modulate

Following The Dogs At Bonita ed, so controlled that many of
the men In the room couldn't
In RoundOf -
hear his answers, even with the
J'i, Best Client John Woods' o\' 'r such Rood greyhounds a* help of a microphone.

NorthSouthMIAMI pup will be trying forf Nelths: Metal Tonight, he will "I have proved my point and
(AP)-Pete Brown o: your rlt Grade A win in thee take on xuth good one RII now I have quit talking," Cas.
Los Angeles held a flve.stroki! ed 10th race tonight at the Prime Mon rhy, Poitmnn, Bro- slus said. "I am champion. I
lead going into the third roum d Bonita Springs Dog Track, This nkinjr Sep Jennie DPI, Five) Two don't have to talk bold anymore

lioo1en8flflyA of the North-South Golf Tourna.ment .. young black, son of Johnny Five Wmhalt. Chitf and Palp I plan to be a perfect
on the Miami Springs GoL:f Best Quicken Chic and don M ir gentleman."

course today. whelped In February 1162! has ENTRIES The press corps, weary at
His par 70 Wednesday gay!e a very impressive record of 4 trying to keep pace with his an.
him a 36-hole total of 139. wlnMrflnds and :1 thirds InS First Grid. D S/ll tics, gave him a booming ova
Tied at 143 for second plat! 14 RlrirM In hU lnt B ntnit, hee Mar Racovarad How. Bun 12 S Lisa Flat A M.C I I lion

were defending champion Le< won going: away by five lengths Marry Elana( I P.P..I., 10 But they kept their fingers
Half Indurall 71 Robin R" br.atttacond I
Elders of Los Clif
Angeles, : .-- crossed Tomorrow Is anothei
Brown of Nashville, Tenn., anc 1 Grid. C SIll day, and Cassius may be back
Carrel Carrol I ,,,rock 7
Chico Martine of Miami. RESULTS
Tuck Mivoc 4 fur I with his cane and his frayed,
Joe Louis of Los Angeles, th> First T-11'M Quln' Ml.10 Mary. N'k.ce( I Siln' Spring | worn.out refrain:
former heavyweight boxlni g Cncoa Jo. III) 1)402520 (00 Quick Track; 10 Bowl/ 11 "My name is magic. I'm the
A : Rapatac < 140 3 20
champion, led amateurs wit h M nut* Sh ooh k (IS' 100 Third Crada M illS champ. I'm not just the great
You Nam M* 1 Altar /2
151. Second T-II:41 Quln, 17420 Double Pat S M,lam Sue 10 est, I'm the double greatest
Carolyn K. R kcr (1)) t 20 SM IMM Frolicaom I J.tut Brmdl I "I am so beautiful frightensme
Best Golfers At ,gratory (n) 410 I 20 Ih.," Tonga 72 Sun.'s L.dy I ,"
I R''"., Cioiinn' ((1 l.> 100
Fourth Orada E illS
New Orleans OpenNEW Daily Double ((1.)) Hit. .20 B'', Klu t MICk Barn I
Btfuilad' I Rockm, Bill 10
.., y- ORLEANS (AP) Th) Third T-2112: Quln til,20 Gypsy Laiand I Mary Fa,th 7.2
finest golfers in the history Of p Contort ((7) I 00 4 00 i M Cheryl M. 1 N.",' Rambler 4 POLITE
J W Dbb (I. 10 110
the Greater New Orleans Open,,, ....n'.. Bab ((2)) 120 Fifth Or*da D l/ll
f Mr Swaat 4 t FIr5" 12
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purse, start play today for i I Tiny Molly (/I IM 140 J 00 rune Frh I B B '. Zip, I
share of the $50,000.The Co.ay Army Mar (I) .20.00 Eyd'* Mae 71 Kn K.no I
Model SKT t 4 Frank. R.d (III 4 40 MARSHMALLOWCREME
150 pros, who compete I tilth( Qrd E 71N.n.y .
with 10 amateurs Include pin Fifth T-II:II Quln SlUO Wink t Z On. D. 7 tNtlvl
Stereo Hi-Fi i 6 Privlai. ((2. l It $0 720 140 Lynn I 10 Almn* Jin.' I
of the top 10 money winner I Handtoma Gambir (10) 110 MO Mostly tunny I Mar A I 7B
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caslonal rain and a brisk, low50degree L.d.y (II I) 1.0 410 1JJ IwlI E.xle! II Sound ereuk.r I
tT SWIVELS A..be0, 101 4S0 June Money I Lutioay 7
reading for the tee-ofi f[t Out" (2)) 4 20 Autarky 10 Catual" Frlind 4
over the tricky 7,020yard, pat Bufn! Out I B'wy sun I
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so was Bo Wlninger, who went t <71 JM Bubble Or I Lady Carl I 'Iiij!lImmmllill
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I Thursday February 27, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9 .,

If Baseball Players Would TeBr II Truth"I'm


.Newtieoturet.. Sports Editorft'
getting a bigger mitt to
| that time again when a hold those knuckleballt."
porter fortunate enough to bus* M N This fellow really needs pair
L an assignment to the Florida MY WIND MORE ON IN THE SERIES., l3CT AWAY FROM oft j of glasses but It he goes to an

ring training grounds gets his SHOULD BE A CURVES... E tltr auET jiif TRApE ME optometrist he'll tip his mitt
[it opportunities to put major f'c '

ague baseball players trt*",u.*" *, "I hod a busy winter tellingneurone
e third degree. ( *.ItArtually

I Most of the athletes are pleas ) J1 the only policy he

It I to interview Some feel It's \ sold was the one his wife took on

It part of their Job to be ques their new baby

ned o> writers even though

|s in their contract to be pub / "I'm rooming with Mike Fungo
relations wise. end oil wo do It talk bateball."

J After 20 years traveling from ,v The onlv time this guy talksto

Be camp to another a writer Mike Is when he wakes him

Its accustomed to sand In his up In the middle of the night

Ioe and a lot of quotes that and says "Hey, qult-rha snor

gust be discarded. For instance, log"

low are some quotes you willie

some "I come down early to
on sports pages this ----- 1 \:,/ '"' gtt my"
rlne. arm In shape for a quick start
I stole came about when the '
I The first sentence might be er going to pace myself The World Series was play(j He reported eai.v to got nw,\

filed the baseball player's la* vent In 80 degree weather but t his'I from the wife and kid and to

lent. The second sentence Is he means Is that he had guy didn't recognize first das s play some golf ,

|ore like the truth: going five Innings and the pitching .
behind him couldn't
"I'm glad to get f A to camp ,"Ind. CHEERLEADERS AT FRIDAY
night's Mrs. Blanche Wardell and Mrs. Shir
base hits ,
downy from the "I'm" Future
winter banquet very happy with mj: Clay's
,rcult" present contract." freshmen-faculty basketball game ley Rettew Friday's games at the

I Actually this The ( skipper rests me during gather for a practice session. Theyare high school gym begin at 7 p.m. Admission
player got to I'll hit better. I can Actually, this slugger took
Bay because of expansion. And blown my> bait"I'm< team at two or three .!$7,000 cut but at his age-37- Awaits Draft teachers at Naples Junior High will be 50 cents for adults

I they didn't Invite him to the stick: *." where can he make $30,000 T In front are Mrs Amelia Castenir and and 25 cents for students. Proceedswill

Inner In his home town he would .240 hitter begged the ;year playing a sport Mrs. Barbara Novak. Behind them, go toward an athletic banquetand

>ve mov.tI. "1'1" for a chance and he's from left, are Mrs. Beulah Stanley, the junior high athletic fund
'' Board Action
"1'11 ploy at 175 pound this c>n my a utility man because "Ploy m* or trade me." Mrs. Hilda Watson, Mrs. Melna Bray, (NEWS photo)
or because 180 It too much. handle a steady job He'll get his wish In spadelThey'll I I.
nd I'd like to teal 20 bo...." This long haul. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP-
play him THEN they'ltrade II Visions of mUllon dollar
aI. purses
his slowfoot hardly ever gets nly> 'i him danced in Casslus Clay's head Mantle Sign is For 64 Warriors From
cold In the -
were a team today as he looked ahead to a
base and the two bases he curve World Serl..."
bright fistic future and more Fourth Spot To
Blind Bogey chances to upset the alleged ex
1 e m /J JtP perts. Season Ko lax'

Played By Men weight The champion newly crowned has an heavy.Army ; Waiting Top In Year

hitch In view and possible title FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. Pitcher Don SAN FRANCISCO (AP-
At Beach ClubAbout fights with the dethroned anddenat.d (AP}-Mickey Mantle signedhis Wednesday for Drysdale a raise of signet$25 4:! Check the standing, the box.
,* score. them with
Liston 1964 baseball contract
Sonny Doug with/' 000 which
puts him In the
45 members and guests Jones, Eddie Machen and Floyd the New York Yankees today 000 class r year ago and you might well
of the Beach Club Men's Got I a team spokesman: wonder. .
Patterson, among others. for a reported $100,000, the' just what has hap.
Association participated in yes. Despite his all.conquerinerec. same salary he received last k: said.The pened In the National Basketballo
terday's weekly outing, the golf. ord and his conquest of the Big season. St, Louts Cardinals, whstill Association.
ers competing for honors in Bear on a seventh.round t.chn1ecal The announcement was madeat I have 10 to sign, eased the!:r San Fcanclsco's Warriors are
a blind bogey tourney. knockout Tuesday night, the a press conference. problem somewhat by lignin C on top In the Western Divisiond
A. Anderson, J. L. Pease chances are that nimble Casslus The 32.year.old outfielder Is shortstop Dick Groat for : where a year ago they wound
Wally McCune and LF. Sherwood i wouldn't rate better than even the second highest paid major $45,000. Still not under contraclare t up In fourth place with a 3149
were declared winners In the first 1 money with any of them. He leaguer. Willie Mays of the San' first baseman Bill White.econd i, record.
draw which produced the number was a 7.1 long shot against Us. Francisco Giants signed for an baseman Julian Javleiand : The starting line-up has the
79. 'estimated $105,000 last month. pitchers Ernie BrocUoCurt i." same names as a year ago
Other winners were MJI, ton.Thus there were possibilities Only about a week Is left be.1 Simmons and Bob Gibson The difference .they're glv.
Pease and R. S. Carey at 73 I of huge live gates a* well u fore the official spring training Colavlto, acquired from Do.>. !fig Wilt Chamberlain some
and Arch Matson and! Chip Drum, multlmlHlon dollar closed dr. reporting date falls due for all trolt in a trade, is one of 1:!3 scoring help and the club has

flel at 71.Beach. cult telecasts for his future players, but the San Francisco' Kansas City A's remaining the o some depth.
I--- yri Club Pro Paul Bell con. fights 'Giants, Chicago Cubs and Los signed. The only other clut b Alex H annum, who took over
i jj ;yt tlnulng his series of suggestions I These depend, of course, on Angeles Angels and possibly| with that large a numeric J as coach this season, puts It this
on how high handicap golfers I his service crocus Bill Faver. i the secretive Houston Colts -, headache is Washington St U wayr
could best play the course,, sham, the manager of record are the only teams with all Louis has the most unsigned Ir: "What we've got now mainly!
viewed the lake separating golf, the National League, follow d: is the confidence. They don't
: for th ll*man Kentucky tyndl their hands ready to play ball.
u ers on the tee from the green cat, of businessmen that control The Colts do not reveal huemany' by Philadelphia with nine panic. Early In the season they

'on number seven hole,facetiously,?, him explained the situation, I, of their players are' The Giants completed theli j r. would panic .worry about! get*
i remarked "Stay Outf, the lake," "The! Selective Service people signed, or unsigned, until troMer'wlth'tha"rignlnrWemtday es: IIngfM> bill:to Wllf..MVtyntfrecord
Bell followed by more sound?I deferred Cassius untU after the ;March 1. They are the only; of pitcher Juan Marlchal,, last year was not an Indl.
advlcet "Don't underclub.," Bell]1 I fight and until he has sufficient i club with such a policy. All The righthander received a reported cation of the caliber of this
a suggested using a four or five t 40,000 a raise of $18 "
time to put his affairs In order," others responded to an Associated team
iron and warned against ]l 000 for his 1963 performance ol r
a pull he said "After he takes a vac a. i if Press survey which today Tonight the Warriors open a
_.._ or a slice which make the carry tlon, he and I will sit,down and i showed 95 players not signed. 25 victories and eight losses anda 1 I critical test with five games In
-- -- -- -- --- ---- --
to safety much farther. talk about whether It would be Koutax, the ace left-hander of 2.41 earned run average. five nights, four of them on the
GOLF COMPETITION will be added to the athletic Georgia Southern Relaying tips on better etiquette advisable to go Into the Re. I the world champion Los Angeles Among the other name play., road. Starting at St. Louis, thei
Bell suggested that follow, era In the NL still unsigned club
I travels to Boston New
six months ,
serves serve ] Dodgers, Is the No. 1 Item
School this
program at Naples High spring, trap shot the player should second basemen Bill MaceroskJof I I York and
B.eats Jax 93.89 ing a J: with periodic service or go Into with this group of future pros forming the nucleusof smooth out all club divots and the Army for two years." i one of three key Dodgers still Pittsburgh and Pete Rose oi tine to meet St. Louis at the Cowi
JACKSONVILLE (AP)-Geor* tracks to protect the next unlucky Cincinnati and outfielders W..I Palace
the first team. Posing for the photographer beforea In either cue, Clay's title i not signed. Shortstop Maury
gia Southern handed Jackson player. Covtngton, Tony Centalet and I I Chamberlain's help come s
would be put on Ice for him un. Wills and outfielder Frank Now
practice round at Big Cypress Golf and Country fill University a 93.80 basketball Johnny Calllson of Philadelphia.The from many. Wayne Hlghtower.
MUSIAL IS FORGIVENNEW til his return.MeanwhUe. i ard also are not yet under con
Club are, (kneeling I-r) Gene Moss, Bill Hartter, Jack defeat Wednesday night, the YORK (AP) Seated on Listen, his Injured I tract. AL list Includes outfielder In his second NBA season has

Longmire, and Bob Koch; (standing I l-r) Tom Daugherty first loss the Florida team ha the same dais at a luncheon here left arm >In a sling, prepared to --- ---- Tom Tresh and pitcher Jim the experience and fits In at
Bouton of the ., forward
home this Yankees
suffered In a game outfielder after being center most
Stan Musial and DickRldau. leave for his home In Denver.
Brad Uokelcss, Robert Eilers, and Ray Eilers. Ath season. were The 30yearold eiuchamplon 76ers i Win Game Harmon Klllebrew and pitch of his career. At 89, he compll.i .

letic Director Jerry Morris presently is busy arrang.. The Georgia squad unleashed Stan the Man twice referred to and the fight Itself were cleared er Camllo Pascual of Minnesota i menU the 71 Chamberlain. Tom ,
Mike Rickard for 32 points after the Boston Red Sox relief by the Miami Beach Boxing third baseman Brooks Robinson i Meschery provides power at the
ing.a playing schedule for the golfers. Phil Darby. ice a s But Lose PlayerIn
Jacksonville clamped a tight d.. "Radovltch." Commission Wednesday and first baseman Norm Sl e. other forward.
shire, pro at BCCC will coach the squad. (NEWS photo fense on Fran Florlan who Musial war forgiven, however. Eight doctors, Including Dr. bern of Baltimore and pitcherJuan In the back court are veteran

scored 60 points In the last con Radatt work in the American Lester Rassln, a prominent | Piston TiltBy Plzarro and Ray Herbertof : Guy Rodgers, Gary Phillips who
Everyone Reads The NEWS It Pays To Advertise test between the two schools League orthopedic specialist, said LI*. Chicago gained needed experience

ton had suffered a torn muscle THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I. . . . . -.tWRWWWWWWWWW
There's quite a race going on w7Irw, KW-K JO)
In Ms left shoulder and would
not have been able to defend In the National Basketball As so*
himself U he had continued after elation these days and It doesn't /
Your Service R. GAME
Community the sixth round. involve the leaders In the East.

Morris Klein, chairman of the ern or Western divisions either l I

commission, said In view. of the This one Is between the Phlla. '

report satisfied the there commissioners was "no wroncctOtnC" were I delphla and who'll 76ers expire and first their from trainer ex. Davit, Iron TIME It I

I haustlon. Of course the 78ers
advised the
and promoters -
that Llston's $370,000 :could win by default If the med. Random thoughts as another graphy will continue to work 1
gate purse could be released Ic runs out of tape.Phtladelphla ;local basketball season draws toa against Naples, u In the past.
"The people tot a good run which Is begin close Punta Gorda is 80 miles closer I
for their money and a good nine to resemble the Spirit of Last Saturday's triumph over than Naples is to the Bradenton.
fight," he said '78, won another basketball Kentucky Military was the 100th( Sarasota and Tampa Bay population
A t He said the commission would !game and lost another player victory for Naples High School centers The only Class AA
turn over the medical reports as Wednesday night. They could j basketball coach Andy Lorentz school within reasonable trav.l.f
I requested by Richard Cersteln, :have afforded to lose the game {son In Ms eight season here. distance Is Fort Myers,which Naples
state attorney (district attorney but not the player Going into Friday's tournament has met In basketball tort
I ) In Dade County. Klein, an The 76ers, down to eight men showdown with arcnrival Punta the last two years .
i attorney, Is an aide in Oer.J I Including PlayerCoach Dolph ,Gorda, the Eagles under Lorentz- The cage sport has changed:;j
stein's office. I Schayet, came back from a 10 son have won 100 game and lost quite a bit since Lorentuon'c:
l Cersteln said he had no com I J point deficit to drop the Detroit 44 tor a winning percentage of tenure as head coach began In the.;
Yt plaint. and no evidence that thefight J Piston, 130.122. But Intheproc. .494. In regular season play the 195W7 season Basketball no '
, wu not completely regu. 4*.* forward Connie Dlerklng record U 8636. The tournament longer is the outdoor sport it '
tar but said he wanted the re* I turned< an ankle and joined three reocrd of 147 includes two trip was until very recently
ports studied by official doctors I other Philadelphia regular i to Gainesville for the 1937 and In Lorentuon' first season
: We Didn't Have But NOW We've Got 'Em determine U there was any I sidelined by Injuries. ;1962 state finals. all of Naples home games andmost
basis for action by his office The victory cut the magic In seven of the eight seasons, of the away contest were
Liston, wearing dark glasses I number to one for Philadelphiawith Lorentzsortacoached teams have played In the open. The veteran
Enough Safety Deposit Boxes That Is to cover puffed eyes and the cut the next 76er victory or won more games than they lost coach likes to recall the time

j I under his left ere, said he *uf. :New York Knickerbocker de.The exception wu last year, and it wasn't so long ago it was'
fired his Injury In the first Feat clinching an Eastern DM.when a young and inexperienced so cold at Moore Haven that he
Our new boxes are now installed and ready to protect round. j ion playoff spot for Schayes' i team won only five out of 16. 'drew the bus alongside the court
\ M 4 outfit. Most of the members of the and platooned his players.

; ::1 1 YOUR VALUABLES Seminoles Plan In other ramee Wednesday ' light, Hasten won its eighth I the i Eagles to a 129 record. I the cold battling the Terrier
Spring Scrimmage straight over Baltimore, 100.87, All but three members of the 'on the court, the other member
i. TALLAItAbfiEt. and on the West Coast,'Los An. I current team will be back again of< the team were In the bus thaw..

,: Available at tollowing low rates* State University's\Seem spring''Iorl.da gales came from behind< and I next season, so It ought to bea I InC l out. Nowadays almost all
.. football whipped Cincinnati 103.97.Hill good one. i schools in the area have gym.
scrimmage be held
3x5 5.00 Russell grabbed 29 re. This year's squad has compiled The one here i* four year old.
per year Saturday afternoon as the team
bound and scored 20
points 'to I a winning record despite a series
5x5 per year 5.00 gears up for its March 21 Intra I pace the Celtics' victory. Frank I of sickness and Injuries which aU Lorenlzoon: coached teams
squad Garnet and Gold
10x2 8.50 "v, game Ramsey broke it open with ways kept the team operating I I have beaten Punta Gorda nine
per year Coach Bill Peteraon said he
three: straight free throws after I below: full strength Indeed this I I Ihaj time and lost seven times, but
'f ;'1" 10x5 per year 10.00 was continuing work on funda I t the Bullet had rallied to mover been an "UlEagle" season. I I the Tarpon have beaten the Ea.
..r ";.I; menials He died the aggressive t,o within two point with 3:58
10x10 per year 20.00 work of tackle Tom West and TRADITIONS HOLD I tiles the last tour gameslnarow,
remaining 'Punta Gorda will have the home
,'! tt. guard Dick Hermann, two standouts TratUtlon was maintained, ax
At Los Angeles Jim
ti( Plus 10% Federal Us >;.( v. reserve I the long winning streaks over 4 court advantage Friday night
on the 1983 Seminole team
.. King cored 12 of Ms 17 point
; 1 which they didn't really need in
Peterson said also he was Im. Alva and LaBelle were pre.
Ipr..d nth. final period a* the Laker
:* ;served. Lorenttson never has I the: first place because the team
t > I with the improved attl
tude of the 6foot9 Steve Tenet, md overcame of three a 7371 quarters.deficit at Elgin the ]I ISaylor lost to the Cowboys Four Class potentially 1* the stars of the
BANK OF EVERGLADES"" C schools all traditional tournament.The: .
the tallest quarterback in major topped Los Ancel.'wlth oppo.
penis Tarpon haven't translated
college football JT.n.1 5 and I each played the Eagleatwice
points Oscar Robertson
this potential into points on too
behind and Maples won seven of
worked out soph for
war high Cincinnati with
in Immokalee, Florida .,c amore quarter back Ed Prltcbett J those eight games many occasion, though. If they
The tour Class C schools have an oft night Friday, Maple
who rose to first string late In ,
Your Service Bank John Lucas, Penn Slate track bar chance of
Community the" 1983 season and started j LaBelle. Alva, Everglades, andImmoktlN a good bringing
and and crow country coach, hold a I j traditional the Tarpon to gaff.The team thai
against Auburn Florida are oppc-
Member F.D.I.C. natter degree front Southern wins the
Phone 014-6101 unto because PC-Nap fame
they are nearer:
Lila Olmo, former Brooklyr.Dodl.r \ California: and a doctor of Auction Lorentason says he would just* f probably will win the Wtrtct'

! Outfielder, scout for decree from the University I as soon have tougher and move on to medIa bregional
Philadelphia's Phil. f Maryland |like Punta Gorda' geo play next wet**:.

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February 27, mi Morse SponsorsBill ered that important enough to Johnson speech. In this he said, against the Communists In
Foreign Negotiations make It the lead on his story without naming them, that North Viet Nam. But Monday
To Take FEC for Saturday morning. "those" engaged In the "exter. there were Indications from Inside

Say Business In Soaring But this writer has been Informed nal direction and supply" of the the Johnson administrationthat
Away From Duponts that before the story got Communist guerrillas fighting no policy decision has been

WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Giving LBJ DifficultyBy Into print Johnson's press secretary the American-backed govern made on the way the Vietnam

Wayne Morse, D-Ore., a critic of Pierre Salinger phonedthe ment of South Viet Nam were ese war Is to be fought.
Sixties May Go Into Orbit Florida East Coast Railway newsman that he was over. playing a "deeply dangerous And, meanwhile as he has
board chairman Ed Ball has in JAMES MARLOW teos held a news conference and emphasizing the Importance of game. with a number of the problems,
troduced designed to Associated Press News Analyst rubbed off some of the that part of the speech. This was Interpreted by one Johnson set up a committee to
:ditor's note The 1960s have to get into orbit. There's beena force the legislation Florida duPont estateto WASHINGTON (AP) For glow. This Involved Venezuela'scharge Others used a different lead, reporter as part of a new campaign make a study of the situation In
hold In the countdown. But
a puttie. They've neither: business and financial give up either Its banking empire President Johnson tho Ideal sit. that Cuba Is. trying to based on another part of the of ,psychological warfare Viet Nam.GENTLEMAN'S .
soared nor flopped yet. In many uatlon would undermine and -
leave him free to,, destroy Vene j ,
of its railroad
or dispose
technicians think the
this article first of five on the economy concentrate on dealing with Congress zuela's government.
decade's could blast off U some re. and other holdings.
economy Sam Dawson Morse told the Senate Wednes. where he was one of the The Organization of American ESTATEPicture
AP business news analyst manning bugs are removed. experts of the century. Foreign l States Cuba Is no longer a
looks The decade was billed to soar day night that the bill would do .
at the causes of the 60s ."
affairs member Is '
were not his field. Investigating the '11:;
performance to date. from the start. The population this by ending the estate's ex. But ,.. r; : ,...
ironically, once the Sen. charges. .
from the Bank Hold.
explosion furnished an Increas. :at-'i. I" I
ate tackles the civil rights bill Although the Johnson Lopez '
t By SAM DAWEONAP Ing numbers to be fed, clothed log Company Act. .,oi.' '
had criticizedBall perhaps this week, a Southern Mateos communique told of
Morse earlier
Business News Analyst sheltered and educated The filibuster their desire to !
the !
the Senate floor for using against it will tie up strengthen I'
NEW YORK (AP-The Soar. argument rant Where else all other Senate business for OAS, Lopez Mateos told report.
ing Sixties have another chance could the economy go but up- the economic power of the du- weeks and perhaps months. ers the United Nations, not the
,straight up? Pont estate "in an ever more
Johnson will need all his OAS, should be Investigating
But It didn't soar. It didn't tall arbitrary, tyrannical and abUs.
Bank Of England face lye magic to save the bill but for Venezuela's charges This was
on Its either. Most of the way.
those not mentioned In the communi.
weeks of filibuster
vital The attack by the senator
economy's statistics show
Interest Rate Up
Ing there Isn't much he can do
In connection with the 13
good, If unexciting gains since came que.Mexico's
LONDON (AP) The British 1960. month-old strike by nonoperat. except perhaps, devote himself Foreign Minister

government raised the Bank of That year total production of log unions against the FEC. more completely to the unfln. Manuel Tello reportedly said
Cngland Interest rate today to (Ished foreign problems needing Mexico would not necessarily
goods and services was $502.1 Morse said the duPont estate
5 cent Increase of 1 his attention. feel Itself bound to support
per -an per
controls 31 Florida banks with
billion. This national ..
cent of strainon gross pro. For Cuba Panama sanctions against Cuba If the {>. .: ...
following signs example
duct was $585 billion In 1963 and assets totaling $700 million. He : ..tI,( ......("'-
the nation's economy.A now Is running at an annual said this was the largest bank and Viet Nam. OAS voted them. ';';JJt'; .. ... :tle,1//" J:., i6 ,..;
bank spokesman said the rate of $600 billion In InC group In Florida and shouldbe But Johnson simply does not What this might mean to the .. ... t ;; .:. t ..., ;1 : "iI ?'
the four .
main Is have John deft. future of OAS If Mexico ignored "
purpose of the Increase personal Incomes defined as a banking holding F. Kennedy's t..;:. : '0 "',.t" i '
to steady the nation's pace of rose ness In foreign affairs at leastIn the OAS decision on Cuba '
"'r. ) I. t
from billion company. ;
$401.3 to $479.2 bit YA\.iji(3 11'
economic expansion.In lion. Morse said the estate also discussing them publicly. He -a. anybody's guess. At the (o' l' : :
profits after
recent months there have owns controlling stocks in the has had some setbacks in ne. same time Lopez Mateos said tJl
taxes went from
"been bean proceeding signs! that too expansion fast for has the $27.3 billion.An $22 billion to other FEC, Interests.The the St. Joe. Paper Co., and might gotlatlons have had although the same Kennedy luck. the OAS should difficulties try to with solve Pan.thiscountry's yourself on this large lot that is already fenced for your horse,

economy to bear with comfort. middle- and expansion late 19'Oaleft spree In many the) banking and nonbanking He couldn't for example get a.Panama 5 stall for their comfort, sheds for the equipment, cozy apartment for

The Bank of England's rate Industries with excess product holdings each const Itues "em Britain or other friends and allies wants to renegotiate caretaker for YOUR comfort and ease of living a 3 bedroom, 2 bath
sets the pattern for Interest to cut off trade with Fidel the 1903 treaty which permitsthis
tion capacity. And many corn. pires," the Oregon senator said, home with large built-in kitchen maid' 4th
charged by banks throughoutthe Castro's Cuba. country to control the Pan. living-dining room, room or
had overbuilt Inven. and control of both should not be
sterling bloc. It has stood at torles.panics In the hands of the estate. Over the weekend there Camea ama Canal Zone Indefinitely. bedroom and la add to the relaxing surrounding teat yourself on the

4 per cent since Jan. 3,1663. -This coincided with less Morse said Ball's sister,Mrs. strange finish to his two-day The United States has offered to spacious screened patio or take a refreshing dip in the large oval pool -
it discuss the matter but has
Businessmen will find conference In California with refused
tougher to raise credit for new urgency Much of In the consumer postwar demands.demandfor Jessie more than Ball$8.3 duPont million, received In annuities Mexican President Adolfo Lopez any pledges In advance. Yes, all of this CAN be yours for to little just $32,000.

enterprises. Private Individualsmay had from the last Mateos when the two men wrotea If this may have caused some
homes and gadgets holdings year.
have more difficulty getting been met. People continued communique on their meet. confusion a speech Johnson Give Any of our Salet' w':* :' a Calibre. See These

house mortgages but only a little more ing.It made while In California was fine w
spending, Ten Cases In glowed with agreement and not entirely clear either, al.
Personal consump.
Approve Migrant eacfi year. agreeableness. Then Lopez Ma though it was Interpreted as a o
1960 to
In came
tlon outlay
Worker Health $328.2 billion. At the end of 196 Small ClaimsTen Ei.wiH.nmMM tough one speech.At point. as a consolationfor D. C. JONES REALTOR
it hit a record annual rate
W YOURDRIVER'S the troubles of the West he
Program Grant $375 billion. But this wasn't the cases were heard In the .3 ,
February session of the Small LICENSE ,.l, spoke of the "spreading civil
demand that had Fifth 1
WASHINGTON AP The exploding Ave. So. ASSOCIATES Hi. Ml 2-52
; ( ) counted to blast the Claims Court with Judge JohnEmerson DURING OUR war" among the Communist na.
federal government has approved been upon finding in favor of thepU.1ntur tions. Irene Roland Frank 8, Perdue Harry Jo. Milter
off the launching pad. BIRTH/ MONTH
a $316,262 grant to help economy in each r One_ newsman there consid- -- u
develop a health service program -And the population growth
for migrant farm worker families didn't work quite the way the court findings are as fol.
lows J. D. Lambert Tele-
In Florida. experts had figured. The In.
foro Flores $200; Mrs. O.V.
Similar programs have been crease was mostly among those
conducted In Dade and Palm too young or too old to work., Helton versus Norman Randolph
Beach counties this by the The 1960 census counted 180(I i $38.73] Robert Garber versus
Come Out To
Quayle Lumber Co., $225 Jack
State Board of Health.In million Americans. Of these,. ;
Cutler .
versus Gulf American
under 19 and
approving the grant the U. 68.4 million were
Land, $125; Morgan Altemus ft
S. Public Health Service said the Ie.' million over 8'. ,
program could be extended to Between 1960 and 1964 money Barrs versus Wayne and Edith r '
Krape, $30; Louis Ranzanl versus .
Alachua Broward Collier Cads for consumption was earned bj,
Sunnle Garrell
den, Highlands Glades, Hendry about the same number 01 Williams $25; Audrey
versus James and
Lake Lee, Manatee Orange and workers. Civilian employmenl
million at th ; Nlcoda Williams,amount not stat
Polk counties. was put at 66.7 eed
start of the decade and 68.6 million .' ; Charles Boone versus Ted

Cuba May Pay For four years later. Unemploy..., Williams, $200; Bank of Naples ROYAL HARBOR
ment rarely dropped below 4, versus Irene McCormick $60; 1

Seized Refinery million. Ernest and Repp's McCormick Men's Store versus ; ... .

MIAMI Fla. (AP-tiavani. All of these things-buslresi I $140.49 "','1i -

Radio said today that the Cuban caution born of excesses lea I Learns Indian i : ;,
government has taken first stepsto urgent consumer demands,
negotiate with Shell Oil Co. sticky unemployment-kept the: Trick Didn't Work

over compensation for seizureof decade from soaring at the DENVER (AP)-An old Indl. VISIT THESE MODEL HOMES TODAY ) ,
the firm's Havana refinery start. an trick didn't work Wednesday ( .
In 1960. Since the business pace quick. for Charles Holmes firemen 0v

.1 The Fidel Castro' government erred Just three years ago, thE t' say. ,.' .. '" .. .. -... 1 r ,:::.,
'' II 0 1 ,
seized! the $28 million Shell gains have been reassuring,. A fire Investigator Jim Jordan ."
plant along with Esso and Tex. But no one has dubbed their k said he arrested Holmes

aco refineries after the three booming walking backward In snow

refused to comply with a gov three blocks from a fire alarm .
ernment order to refine Bus Next: Then why do the '801look I 1 box where a false report had ... ;" ,...,...\;
sign petroleum. better today? been sounded. .
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Bounty real estate sales totaled 22, 23, and 24, Blk 10, Tier 8, ga Tenru, Lot 85, Gulf liar- Myers, Lota 15 and H, 2.

$709,900 for the pro 'esslng Naples $16,000; Charles C. War. bor, $2,000; 13 Dev. Corp., to 43, Unit 6, Naples Park, $1

period ending<< February :SI.: Total ren to Charles T. and Florence Frank R. and Dorothy Amity, :50Q Ronald: K. MacDonald t

for the month Is $1,686,300. H. larlntton, Moravia, N.Y, Lot Naples, Lots 65, 66 and 67, AIda Homes, Inc. New York

DAIlY DEADUNI '10 AM Day Prior Publtales Midway The top deal reported for the 8, Blk O, Unit 2, Coquina Sands, Unit 2, Lake Kelly $2,900; Fred City, Lots 46, and 47, BUt 15,

USE THE CLASSIFIEDS' SUNDAY DEADLINE IQ AM Friday current: period was an acreage $4,800 j Port Royal Inc., to and Carole White to George T. Unit 6, Naples Park, J2,000;
Lester M.H. Davis Properties, Inc., to
1 pur hase b> Naples Memorial LeFeber Milwaukee and Ethel M. White, Dearborn,

2-9107 Gardens, Inc., In Section 21, Wise., Lot 57, Blk B, Cutlass Mich., Lot 8, Blk A Myrtle Frank A. and Olive N. Rein.

-I-- TV' Mishlp 48, Rge 25, from Robert ,, Cove, Port Royal, $8,000; liCe Cove Acres, $1,200; Atlas Sub. hardt, Philadelphia, Pa., Lots

"--- P. Babcock, et althe quoted Caugherty and Co.. Lie. to Roy sldlarles of' Florida, inc., to 35 and 36, Blk 78, Unit 6, Na.

sale price Has 225000. ). and Myrtle E. Brack, Naples Thomas J. and Evelyn M. Gae. plea Park, $2,0005 Naples South,

Announcement 33-Servlces Offered 49-Houses For RentFurnished 58-lots For Sale Other sales ot $1,000 or over Lot 23, Blk D, Unit I, The Moor. tano, Naples, Lot 8, Bit Inc., to Avery and Carole B.

with values taken from tax Ings $',300. F. Myrtle Cove Acres. $8.000. Klssee, Naples, Lot 6, Blk 3,

STUDIO. GIRL ORT ROYAL Lot a IH Gal stamps on recorded deeds Ind ud. C.L. and Viola Sadler to Jose Unit I, Naples South, Inc., $2,
COSMETICS new I bdrm 2 tile MOORINGS
Studio SEA WALLS leon Drive. For Sale or Trade ed the following and Aida Franco 000.
Pot Naples
: GirLcosm.Ics.II bath home went ol Trail" on 7th par.
M.2oM._ o rrf.r now Ave. No. available now .In Write G J.. Herbert 2820 Bott K. R. Mejer to Walter and Moorings Oev Co., of Canada eel in Naples Gr. and Tr. Go's
Road, Dari.n Conn
ROCK elude cerpated 1I"ln..d"tn., to Dale and Marcia M.Dar. NAPLES PARK
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON area other floor terraitoreverte .. Aida PajanLU Naples, Lots 10, land Little Farms, No. 2, $ ,50q;
Evanston HI. Lot 14 Blk
1IM C:. Tamieml Trail Foundation Piles cycle G E. Air Condo A Park nice. high LOT In Naples 11, and 12, DU 17, Tier 5, Na. John H. Fltrcerald ft al to Naples 'part Shores, Inc., to
4 heating plus Infra.red In near Vanderfcut Drive K, Unit 2 The Moorings $5,800: ;
Midway IS67I Pies Harold N. and Beulah C. Ream
Hat well $8,300 William D. Stone Sorrento Garden Inc. Lot ,
... both bath G.E. all electric. on premnet Owner It ; 54.
Will t Hair Fathitnt 417-ttti Docks Mooring Whips kitchen dishwasher. garbage very in. WIll| sell( for |7M c..... In<'., to Francis L. and Linda 13ev. Co. of Canada, Naples Imp. Co's Little Farms Toledo Ohio, Lot 13, Palm Ri.
Ave So Ml' I.7431. Speclaliiing SAG EN Automatic. drydockt disposal'. rang with, exhautt TY Th..l CARIBBEAN' REAL L. Denefleld Naples Lots Ltd., to Cjrll D. and FlorenceG. $80,000. ver Shores, $2,300; First Fla.
IUO part
No ,
in .11 branchet hood. timer control 1'1 Tr'-, ,
of beauty ... oven com Smith Wllmette HI. Lot
vlu.' 2/J05I ABBOTT' blnetlon I...,.. 4 relngeratorLarge Widway 1.1151.S9Acre.ge. John Ga&kell to Earl and Jo'ceJ. Real Estate Mart, Inc.,to George

Tom .Ins screened rear porch with PUBLIC NOTICEIN 15, BU K, Unit 2, The Moor. Judd, Jr., Naples, parcel In L. Sether Elk Grove, HI., parcel .
eliding glass doors to living ings $5,800 Harold S and EdithF.
Kadio Road ,
; in Sec 22 47 27
room and matter bed suite.Wali Naples Imp. Cog Little Farms, Twp Rge ,
3Bo.tsMotorsAcces.'tACHT IS042 14151 14479 'In closets. all new d...... THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT Lj nton to Richard A. Jentuch $13,000; Flora Badger to J.AllenBa $1,000.
VIC. 'S SHOE i1R. 4 furniture lit car attachedgerage IN AND FOR Wood Dale, 111., Lot 22, Blk 0,
First Fla. Real Estate Mart
H acre tract 19 00 and r Chelsea Mass. Lot ,
plete Shoe Service 'lawn todded and partially dn. COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA Unit 2 49,
Dyeing andrefmihlng 1 lendtceped 1200 15 00 per "'D.. no interest $350 The Moorings, $12,500 Inc. to Paul S. and Frances Shoe
BROKERAGE 129 Sth ,1.11'. So. : per NOTICE TO CREDITORS' BlkiS, Unit !5 I, Naples Park ,
One ,
month Call owner at 2.7205. mile from Golden Gate IN RE ESTATE OF Moorings Dov. Co. of Canada
Complete Naple* LIMIngt F4.pI.s.38Autos $6,400 James maker Fort Pierce parcel InSec
2/2S2S27H 1/1 City Collier County Real Et FRED KIDA' ; E. Davidson to ,
Pin Inboard Boat from 20 late MI 1.3919. Ltd., to Elmer C. and rtijllls 23 47 27
Op.n Sunday Twp Rge $2,000
D.c.M.dAll Benjamin and \ett Chester Ft. ;;
Bob Martin MI217S7Bruna Newly decorated 2 bel.", lurnithed 2/lttlwtht R.
Kautt Falls Church) Va.
.Smith Chrlt Craft Salet For SaleCOLLIER hout Fl.. R.... TV creditors el the estate ol FRED :, Josephine Gelardi to Peter G.
cable carport near Gull Ml' .lilt Acret on Slate ghway KIDA. deceased are hereby notif od Lot 31, Blk 3, Unit 3, The Moor. Argus Brookline Mass. parcelin
540. road Ironlaae In and required to file any claim' or ,
SPECIAL WE NEED ROOM _2 4711 after S pm. lM ; nl6f.1t, h"p 41 South dsmundi which they mey have logs, $8,500; Cities Service OU Sec 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $5,

10 ft fiberglass "Croiby" MAKE AH OFFER :} bdrmt. 2 batht Fla room. Range 26 E Only 112.500 with against said, estate. In the office 01 Co., to Frank A. Prat>'er, et ai, Palm Beach 700; Josephine Gelardi to Costa
and air cond. sprinkling tvttern tIre County Judge ef Collier
good term Bett Buy CARIBBEAN County
St FORD HT Its :: parcel In Naples Seaboard and
run about, twin 40 HP B, FORD 4 Or drapes throughout 1550 REALTY 1750 No Tarn Florida. In Ihe Courthouse at East G. Sotlr, Avon, Mass., parcel in
Johnson motors with only 17 FORD Wagon 195 399SI Creyton. 1-4917.Rd.. Coqulne 225.25.27Clean 2Ml emi Trail' Midway' 2 $155. Naples. Florida from. within, si., calendarbreaths Gulf R)'. Co., $37,500; John W. Attacks Sec 36, Twp 48, Rpe 26, $5,
the date of the first County
BUICK Conv. 345 Fager to Theron C and Marlon
'IS hn. since new. 2 18 17 FORD XL500 HT 2295So 4 10 acrat adjoining CoconutGrove. publication of this' notice Each 700; Guido Claull to Thomas and
: tanks all control CHEV I D. 995 mined Screened room guest house W..k.mo. lur. City water 4 ttreett claim or demand. must b* in writing, L. Fager, Saginaw, Mich., Lots Rita M. RI..lIy, Miami, parcel in
raL gtn 51 Old. II HT 495 yearly Storter porch St.. ph. Ml 114500. t.,,,,.. Philip, Keyes. end roust state the place or res, 7 and 8, Blk C, Bad Axe iutvt, Lake Division Sec 32 48 27 $1
dnc and post office eddrett of Ih.clll".nt Twp Rge ,
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail 'I OLDS II 4 0,. 59jSI 24211) alter S p.ivi. "" tt P. O Box I10. Ml' 2270 $9,500.
CHEV Bus 1495 2/lltl and must b. worn to by 200 1IJS. Loader to Helen G.Cushman .
er complete package $9 CHEV 4 Or 195 bdrm waterfront houte. evail lie claimant hit ..*"t. or hi* attorney Guilford Naples Corp.,to First TALLAHASSEE (AP) Palm McLean Va. parcelIn
able 'Immediately' Aqualan For trailer or hoi esie over or it wit become void ac- ,
$1895. See at 1650 Murex FORD HT 5955T 495 Shoret David C. Jones Realtor: 1 acre tractt 2M'" acre I acre co.d'ft"' to law Fla. Real Estate Mart, Inc., Beach County attorneys attack. Sec 8, Twp 50, Rge 26, $5,

Drive, or call Bill Tucker 11 SCOUT 4 W Dr. 1495 J>1 &th Ave So Ml' 2 3152 tractt. Other with electricity androada DATE February II.. 19(4 Naples Lot 3, Blk F, Unit 3, ed In Leon County Circuit Court :300; H.S. Leader to Thomas F.
II1UU7 big acreage tractt WILLIAM O HIXON,
Midway 2.4295 Excellent 1.1..n: Paul' Graham. Tom $20 dn $20 per "'D. and up Ancillary Eiecutor ol the Brookslde. $3,700; First Fla Real today the validity of a 1903 law and Phjllls M. Oechslle Cap

P..I. Elton Dv'd.on. Lauren Collier County Real. Ettate Ml' will of Fred KidaDeceeted Estate Mart, Inc., to Alice Z. partitioning Lake Okeecliobee Elizabeth Mass. In Sec
Jill Situ "t.1I bring. your Chows Furnished, o. unfurnished 3bdrm. 2 1919 Open Sundayt parcel
SPORT FISHERMAN to you, Call MI 1.5154 house I" 1I.00klid. VII. 2/ttfwtht! Fab 20 27 Mar I. 11.,64 *45 Ounbar Hartsell, Naples, Lot 34, and thereby reducing Its share 8, Twp !tO, Rge 20, $'',500.
COUNTY MOTORS y.ar or by ....o' MlS BIt F Unit 3ilrooksidel3,800;
of gasoline tax revenue.
It ft. Ulrlckton' flying, bridge .t3.b.br Spar Corp., to Henry Watson,
MI 5.4029 220t0Unfuraished OF RSSOLUI1Ur.IMPLEMENTING I
Friendly FORD ,. NOTICE
Naples Acre m mile
US Gray Marine. shops ti .... MERCURYYour *4 COMETS3 Osaler front city High only I --live acre SECTION Gulf American Land Corp., to The division of the 100.squargemile Miami, parcel In Sec 23, Twp

complete many with other using sit...cis.send Top Chev Convert 64 tag |16S House -. For Rent: parcel remaining. lots Down. 1 121 (Cd! OF CODE THE Jesse B. McCune, Jr., Miami I lake among Talm Ueaih, '50, Rge 26, $7,000; Gabriel H.

c.ndltlon $4150.00. Coil Starlet Ml 36075. attar 430: p.m. Call Midway 2.n90.50Rooml ISO. 0 per. Bon month not Philip Naple N.Midway KeyeaP TO WHOM COUNTY IT MAY CONCERN Tract 55, Unit 7, Golden Gate Glades Itendry and Martin Lull to John Ottaxlo, Passaic,
Bro* t.22S. 2/25.41 2-1710 Vou will take notice, that the lol Estates $4,750; Gulf American counties affected a formula un. N.J., parcel In Sec 12, Twp 50,

27 FT. CHRIS CRAFT Twin *n. For Rent .I owing' the ruol"t.on Boerd ol has County b..n Commit.dop.dI' Land Corp. to GienoraN.Young: der which gasoline taxes are j Rge 31, $1,200;; Florida Land of

fine.. depth finder, Like new 40_ Autos Repairs Part Waterfront lion... of Collier County Florida et al, Coral Gables, Tract 70, paid to the counties. j Sun Inc. to George J. Allen
U 00. Mil 5340 or MI 2 : Property :
2171 ind public hearing will be Unit
i" 7 Golden Gate Estates
i SI.epInroom. PrIvate bath 4 Palm Death County's main
entry Twin foam mattrette* I trh'n on March 10, 1955 at ,et al, parcel in Sec 29, Twp 50,
Wanted: 55 or 'St Chevy body 'elock A M.. at the Court $4,750 Cult American Land contention was that the new
Day week or month. Stone 10 30 o ;Rge 33 $13,200! Florida Land of
and chad In good condition Waterfront .c...... $411 dn. ;
houto County Commitionr mtig to Florence K. Jacobs
Ret Corp.
Business Opps. without engine or tram State Ridge. Ml Caribbean 2.272 .. Rd.. Pine '40 par "'0. Collier County Real. '" room, East Naples, Florid boundaries were so vague aa to j Sun, Inc., to Paul P. Ratlca
price. and condition Box 32802 2/2511 Etl.t Ml' 2.3HI. Open Sunday RESOLUTION IMPLEMENTING! Hlaleah, part Tract 138, Unit 4, be unable to locate! them on the Pittsburgh Pa. parcel In Sec
Qa. Tech Atlanta 13 Gi sleeping PrlvaTo "tn"! *. 2/lltfwth 3 (1) Id OF THE Golden Gate Estates ,
Room SECTION ( ) $2,600.
TEXACO. INC. FOR LEASE huge body of fresh water and
MODERN 3 BAY SERVICE 1123.25:3/1 trance Bath |12.SO Week Gulfohore 'lot COUNTY CODE 33, Twp !10, Rg 33, $1,300 The
STATION 'IN NAPLES PAID' MI 2S2M 2/2S27 end Gulf Good leeding1oBjy WHEREAS pursuant to the termtof that the 1963 act was defectiveIn 'Henderson Creek, Co., to LouisA.
Collier Section, I (1) (IdI) ol an Act of GOLDEN GATE!!:
TRAINING PROGRAM AND County Reel. It.writ InK. andCatherlneKanzannlIucluanan
LOOK Estate Ml 23119 .
HERE J of Florida
Ihe of the State
FINANCIAL Open Land to
AVAILABLE. CONTACT ASSISTANCE DON 52-Real Estate WantedVacant Sunday. 2/lltfwth known at the Collier County Gulf American Corp. Another argument was that N.Y., parcel in Sec 3, Twp

ABERNATHY TEXACO. INC. Wondering where to Cod Act and being rlout Bill IW Lsldor and Celia PhUllps,Miami, that law was designed to reduce ,91, Kge 26, $4,500; Gilbert E.
Ed |.4I'" II the 1963 Legislature. the Boardl Tract SO Unit 48 Goldtn:
l/jotl part
With your car problems T highway frontage Write. : 65-General Real Estate County CommlMionert of Collier revenue due Talm Deach County i Oliver to Ruth E. Brashear and

Factory Flnlh Paint Job Roger Sabella 11011 S. Kod County it euthorned. and empowered. Gates Estates, $2,800; Gulf and Increase revenue to the uth. Ralph D. Samson, Naples, parcelIn
SMALL MOTEL.APTS NEAR tie Av.. 0 control. and prevent water and Isldor
Chicago Illinois 10155. American Land Corp. to
BEACH HAS EVERYTHING Wreck Rebuilt 11251t55StoelOfficf 1500 DOWN buy n.ar.new 2 nr pollution and to do all thmgtlecettery er four counties from the econ. Sec 3, Twp :51, Rge 26, $7,
OWNER BUILDING LAAGER Tuneup BA home on ""*" A real buyat in connection' therewith in and Celia Phillips, Miami, part dory gasoline tax.
MOTEL EXCELLENT INCOME Front end alignment 113150 ;retervation of the health, safety, Tract 130, Unit 48, Golden Gate bach county receives this tax 400.Jib
to W.P.
Corp. and
Ml 2-1$11. NEW 2 BR home near St ssltare .nd consenience el the I" Dlgham
1120ellih Motor Overhaul Anne* tchool |14.500SO iabitnt of said County upon com Estates, $4,100; Gulf Harbor according to a formual based In W.R. Blgham, Jr., NaplesparcelIn
Tr/intmltion rebuilt ft Trail I Frontage near 4th jhance with Part III' of said Act Corp., to Lora F.lkttr Chattanoo. part on total county area. Other Sec 10
Twp 51 Rge 26
LubricallonUnd.rcoat Office, Space 12 s II tt FoV Ave North IIIOOO. ind ,
12-Help: WantedBUSY Rent at MS per mo. Coast S lots on tth Av*. South A deal WHEREAS Part III of said. Act factors are road mileage and 000; Richard II. and Barbara A.
Colony, .BMg. MS 5th Ave So at II.100 provides the procedure whereby PUBLIC NOTICE population.Palm Goodlette to Gabriel H. Luff
Brake* tI COLEMAN BOYD. Broker laid authority may be activated and ,
Polled ft Wag SO Tenth 51 North Ml' 2 5155 mplementedNOW THE Dearh County was re Naples, parcel in Sec 1 O.Twp 51,
NEEDS PART. EAN' E Den I look further 57-Houses For a" 1672 Jewel. Boi Avenue. Royal' t iOLVED. THEREFORE by the Board BE ol IT County RE COUNTY COURT JUDGE.OF THE cetvlng revenue for an area on loge 31, $2,400; Hampton Collier

MUST HAVE CAR BEXONOABLE any Harbor. Waterfront .......11. :ommittion.rt of Collier County. COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA which no roads could be built. ,Acres Trust Corp. to George L.
''TlxHII7 Se* central I heet and air 2 bd,,,,*.. Florida. that Section 3 (II) (dl of IN PROBATE Its boundary encompassed) 80 and Agnes II. Burrows fo.t. Lau.
bath .
porch garage 111 150 he aforesaid Act be and the tameid
!:oil tI Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. FOR. SALE Largo: In S quiet bedroom neighborhood home 1I.lIy II .ctl".t.d end I"'p..nt.. HORACE A. WRIGHT. per cent of the lake. derdale, parcel In Sec 2, Twp 51,

.. 130 Hh SU N. Ml' 1110 easily made 1 Into 4 bedroom 2 lest Mandarin Rd. 1 bd.", *.. a: and that a public hearing b* .IN Deceased. Shortly after the trial opened, Rge 33, $4,500| Florida' Invest
AND baths. central heat and .
IK WEEKLY air P i.ld after publication of notice there
reliable man or woman to. Napl*. Fla.42MachInery bath tcreened and fireplace 4 utility Large..hed.A. oorch carport Auum mortgig ,:1 by printing, once a week for CASE NO 711 Circuit Judge Den C. Willis ment Futures Co., to Raymond F.

.tarvlc cuttomer In Naplet. .. condo porch In bedroom New *. No doting cott. |2.000 t"... 431) contecutlvo weekt In a TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER ruled that a change of county Hagan, Overland, Mo., parcel In
Full time No Invettment Equip. dn. 111.too. of circulation SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE
or pert fence enclosed 30 x IS .w,,,, lewtpeper general boundaries could have
Writ. C. R. Ruble. D.pt. Lot ol 4cupbtfard pubhthed In Collier County the MANOS AGAINST' SAID ES no effect <:Sec 27, Twp 51, Rge 33,. $1,900;
F2, f O Box J447. MemphitTennettee meg pool. J1I600 storage. Ml 145 4th St No.. I bel,,,,*.. I 1.rtl publication being made not TATE, '", on th. amount 'of revenue Hampion-iColllw.jAcnm' Trust
: :/l 2} GROCERY STORE 21310 2/27M bath fireplace carport good ... than twenty 10)) day and not You and each of you are .hareby pledged to retlrt road bonds Is.
i I Iaued Corp. to James A. Barnes New
EQUIPMENTEv.rythlng notil ed and required to ,
Investment 111) .150. fore than Ihrity (30)) day prior 10 pretenl any
Male or female help Apply in need for Furnished houte. 2 bdrm Flor h* time Sal for said hearing cl..", and demands which you or under the county's original 'York, N.Y., parcel in Sec 3,
pores at Lamplighter Caftarla you a Ida room carper near beach.gulf Lot 25 Block I. Royal Harbor Section I ((2)) (dl) of said Act' either of you, may have agalntt boundaries and backed by the 51 34 Webb
grocery or sundry tore Twp Kge $1,600 The
IIZO.U.U and "b* Ml 2.7335. overlooking key seawall. Cent provide! the ettal of HORACE A WRIGHT, ;
11 ft. Huttman Dairy Display' f/2S2(27fs.: ./: II.500. icrlfice $1950 POLLUTION CONTROL Control deceased late of said County to< secondary gas tax. ;Properties, Inc., to Margaret
c... 10 ft. Morton Meat Casa and prey. I the pollution of air the County Judge of Collier County Palm Death County sought to I Osroff
13-HelpWanted Female S ft. Warren Meat Caaa 1 bedroom 2 baths, 1U block Lot 14 17th" Av*. So Aqualane sod the pollution i: of streams: tak.s. Florida at hit office In the court Brooklyn N.y., parcel
S ft. Savage Frozen Cat to beach On Central Ave $11. waterfront cost 17500: : rivers. pond Inland watert. tallwatert house of said County *l Naples, :I IFlorida how through a witness that I In I Sec 7, Twp :91, Rge 34, $1,
.. 500. 94.. deluxe living room sacrifice 16250. watercourses and other within Ill! calendar montl. changing the boundary and re !200 Miami Investment Co. to
S i S Hill W.lk.ln Box .14 from the time ol ,
Waltrett wanted Days only Florida room combination with surface and underground watert first' publica
Apply In peron only. Soiling Band Saw National, Grinder fireplece, .c,..".. porch and Lot 13 Banyan Blvd High lot in the County hoot of this notice.h'r copiat el I toeing the gas tax revenue Joseph: and Eva De Stephan et al,
Buccaneer between U.I:3O I only Toledo Tenderlter 30" encloted garage Alto Included overlooking Quit Sacrifice, et Services to be provided thereunderontitl sack claim or d.mand .h.1I be In 1 Iwriting. would result In a lower rating I Kt. Lauderdale, parcel In Sec 28,
1/IJtf draped and 15950 c of a complete pollution con and shell state the place
Meat Block t Toledo Scales Mcbride: .Pt.kT'i'r; 450 16th Av*.. So Aquelane, 2 t,rot program including attablithmentif of r.sid.nce and oflic.' address I sod higher interest on future 'I Twp 51, Ree34$4eoq; TheSouth

7Tnt.d Tv.... Frl.. A 5.1.Nigitls. A&W Root Beer Machine. So_ Ml I_ 2.5544.___ 2/lltf bel.", *.. 2 bathe. central. seal 4ir 0, a tall water. Intrusion line. lo be of the claimant, :not. be sworn I and Issues. c:::out Con*!., Co. Inc., to Fred
Apply In penon .t complete I1SSO delivered ". garage waterfront. |31.500. .manced, by ad valorem. tenet. to by the claimant. hit agent. 0' The witness Robert Cook ot
Cprous.I' Drtv. In. 2/ZStf Dona this llth day of February. attorney and accompanied by a I and GenevalmundoMelrose Park
Experienced competent retery THE HILHOUSE-. Small furnished, horn 15000. a'H. Ing fee of one dollar I and .u' 'Miami, vice president of an In. I 111., parcel Sec 6, Twp 63: RgtS3
Knowledge of bookkeeping Dick Hill' many tree quiet location VINCE CONBOY BOARD OF claim or demand not to filed. shell i restment banking house testl. :
d.sirsbIs but not ....ntl.r. Radio Rd. Ml' 14303 Marlowe and Beck Realtor, 411tth COUNTY COMMISSIONERS be vO'"E $1,0001 Paollta Station Eat
.......nt working condition, 1113.11 Av*. So. MI 21221 OF COLLIER COUNTY LEE COUNTY BANK ,'led that boundary changes i I tales, Inc., to Josef D. Cermak,
good po,. Apply at NapIos 2/20tfth tI, 1111 AVI Parkw.y FLORIDABy By: /Armand D Whiteman >would have no effect on the I Ilectirlty San Francisco Cal. parcel ir
Printing Co., Inc. MI 1-4511 Ph. MI 1&7" DEWEY POLLY Trust Officer ,
2/131521 44-Mobile Homes Chairman At oiecutor el the Lest Will I bonds sold within avail. i|Eec 21, Twp 33, Rgt 34, $1.
RETIREMENT' HOMES on "ATTESTAARQARET, and Testament el I tbla revenue.
Hoetet*.ctthler. Mutt 5. is. Michigan, Av*.. 4 now under Deluae 3.bidroom. 2.beth T SCOTT HORACE A WRIGHT ;100.
perl_... over 15 wr*. old. Apply IlilO. conartuctlon 2 yet to be aold home Mr.100 C Hark: of Circuit. Court d oce.se d. '
Inper en at Berenl'a. front 'lot W..ood 4 Trailer A lake. Buy now and choose all your. Cutlom.ttyled 2 bedroom p reb. 20. 11. Mar I. 1164 "40 Fel U. 20 It Mar I. 1164 #J4'rhiimday February 27, 1961 CI OLLIEK COUNTY NEWS 11
patio air condo giveaway Nome color III.470 CARIBBEAN 2 bathe __._- 121.000 _
price 1' o.Oi. See : H REALTY, 37SO Wo Trail. 1 bedroom, 2 bath -....lit,loo
No.Luff,MI R.22270 E. 421 ti St: Ml_'_ 24155. 1/lOtftth 2 bedroom: I bath, _il4.100Rcmtmber
1 9-Landscape-LaWn
2/lttftth BUILDER OFFER to renl buy or
2 and I bedroom home on 11th tell contact
Wanted Coconut Tree. 20' Small house trailer Ideal for Ave So between Ith 4 Sth St*. Lucille Oil Leah Brown
wood In trunk MI 22325 2 hunting and camping ..11.6911. either completed or under con. Virgil Marcum. Bob JaagarIJ
2/27 3/1.1 :15.21.Z745Tr.ne tructlon priced from 114.500 to StIiFiN

... lUbe with good term Ml. 2 VJ WHITE

22-Musical Instruments Bulldtr
SO Tenth St North Ml' 2 1731badroom
Trailer for rent Special .low REALTYSecondary
PIANO rate. to retiree and low cwom
folk. Trailer to
apace IS par 4 BA. I BATH cn HOME
week. 11IInlo docking' prlvlI. WIII II X 30 It. Florida Room.larfe Road
Beautiful spinet .II. mastar
ROCK CREEK air condi
honed: utility room. 2 car carport SALE!
Piano in new con- TRAILER PARK city, tewerage wall and Budget HearingSet :=: :
Rear of Airport pump for tprinkling. G E sIeve GENERALOELECTRIC
dition. Greatly reduced and refrig. All ruat end drapettome '
furniture; TV cable gat L -:' THI1fTY "30" PUSHBUTTON
in price, 47-Tfailer Lots For Sale heat ONLY SKI SOO Located at March 23The
Mil 7th Ave. No Call Bill
terms can be ar Lasa Kelly ell.ctve Mqbile Tucker. Midway. 2.905*. IIi secondary road budget RANGE __
Horn tit. *. l.nelee.peeI. well end I__ hearing for
septic tank fence on District four.nlne E- ".
ranged. Write to one pump*>d* muit be eeen to be appreciated I Bedroom 2 tile bath homelocated counties will be held March 23
; In The Moorings Car 23" Matter Oven GENERAl- ELECTRIC
11071 a H LUFFR .
at the State
Box 1737 N, Na- E. Broker 421 tth Si. No petmg throughout living room. Road Department :
dining room hall and one bedroom district office In
2117S48Apartments Fort Lauder.
Midway .
Completely e,rcond,lion Calrod
ples. ed and heated d,......1. ',.11.. dale, Road Board member JohnH. i i DIAL- DEFROST REFRIGERATOR

For Rent wthr Paved driveway to Nice carport Monahan announced today.Col. Units
and storage room
tcrnd in porch. Lawn oddd lI.r County Is scheduled for 2:10

23-Mise. 'For SaleI OWNERS .large studio *fflclency and partially 'landscaped Ph La) Removable Oven
S m. No brekcr5 pjn.The
2 4104 after
Ml p
Air condo 4 Stone heal oleald.58Lots secondary road program, Door 1 12 Cu. Ft.DIALDEFROST
furnlihed Day
Droxel Couch I complete Compl financed by the Sth 6th and Big .
twin bed dining table t *' 3IM 14th ,
chair varlou other Item. Call Ml:"a.trz. It'lru'i 7th cents of the state gasoline ( Pushbutton Controls

Ml 2.3244 after I p.m. 1/261 fi.pn.I by week or month For Sale tax, la adopted after recommen.datlons MotM

TV MI 21IS2 on cable fireple 2/2S heet It by the Individual boards JIM N. 0rlp CooVlopE I

of the county commissioners. _
26 Personal
Industrial Lots Radio Road
Furnohed. huge 'living bedroom room kitchen apart.Inlet. h Mi E. of Airport on toned C.IIM The hearings determine ... ty CJ.." Oven Bie) hrtl Width Freeier

DIAMOND AND SAPPKIMC: 4 bath Ml 1 Mil2/lStf s, 300' 12.500 with term condary road Improv.m.nl.toprocramm.d '

BRACELET: t STRAND 58 TIDE APIS. for the fiscal $ 00 1 Door +
Trail. Acre Lot* U> 5 JW year ONLY 129 withLnuie. Handjr Storage
PEARL .NECKLACE CLASP.WITH Weekly Monthly Season 1475 Ml 00 dn. bat 111 per "'.. beginning July 1, 1964 and end. J .
SAPPHIRE Modern furmthed Efficiencies
BOTH FOR SALE AT MUCH a bedroom apta Dick Hill Broker Ing June 30, 1965. I Magic Cornier HmgjttFuli

UNDER APPRAISED VALUE. Kelly Rd. E. Naplee2SOSt Office al the Htlhout Co. individuals or groups Interest I .. //1 I
WE 117742lStt I
CALL EVENINGS _Ml. 24303. .. ed In primary highway projects _ _ _ _ Width PorcelainVegetable
M......" I bedroom .......,,,...hod _5/lftfI5 .,
RUBBER STAMPS til at APARTMENT' with complete1kitchen I we aura large tote en IOth should also bring them to the at.
Near Avenue Lake Forrest Block tentlon of their board of county U Drawer
make a good imprtsnon. BV SEASON ItO'nely'f.. C, Lot No' *. t end 4. Rcesoncer Immediate' Delivery I '
.Any slse. Quick .."ic.. Kg Ills Ave. .... Ml 2.Mil. .111. M... Frank Spen. commissioners prior to the hear. 's---
Ills'W. Fryer. Chicane. Ing. Monahan said the Road De. ; Magnetic Safety Door
Collier County NEWS. Attractive 2 lid..... Apt .,,_ Illinois 2/11411.
walking distance of beech end partment considers recom .-
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS hopping |I25 per week or $40 Lot Sabel Shores. Convenient mendationa by the boards of Free Parking Flei-Grid Ice Taysonvellellt
Men Women with drInkIng monthly 2/20tf Location Price 1715 II IMdn
.. county commissioners before _
problem C.II Ml 1111.. Meet ANNETTE C. WINN' Realtor David Colon. Realtor 351
Mig* Tuesdays and Frieley S Np 115 Oils St SoOarage Sth Ave So "I 2.JlU. adopting Its primary construction TASlt
m Clt.gs Fir't SaptictClwrc (
Gal.+eliere lot loading! lo Bay budget. 9 Terms
end QiHf Good term Collier Following the district hear. '
Apt. with garage. TV County Real Eatat Ml. 2.3M'. ONLY 169"INGRAM'S
Servkcln cable near downtown By weekor 2/lltfwth Inca, the Road Board will adopta -
29-Professional month Ml. 1.1012.
tentative statewide budget at
I I Hemeeite 4 Wicks
r 112UUI to beach 3rd Ave No M.700. Its monthly meeting April 16. ::.
.... T*. Return prepared Tom McBrido. Realtor 131
by .... Wetton former taggonult.nl I bedroom A.... For Rent furhihed Park St ... Ml I..*... I/1 elf This tentative budget Includes YOUR GENERAL .ELECTRIC DEALER
for Little River Tea or unfurnished ..._ both secondary primary pro.jects. .
71 '10' HomeSite t blocks
Service of Miami Call Midway round 00 Gulf5lsere
month or veer
2.2171 for .pn""' ..... Stewart Blvd. .. nice view o* Boy to beech his SI No M.M* The primary projects refinanced
Real Etla O"'co. 421 tth .r fWlf. Call Midway 2 21SS *r Tom Me Bride. ReoHor. 532ParC by thfirst four centsof

It.. No.. afternoon or evening giu It so. Ml 2444 2/ltf the state gasoline tax.

BAROAINWaterfront A public bearing will be heldon HARDWARE

Lode at Gulf Her the statewide tentative budgetat

Read theW ant Ads bor led to the 01010. the Road Bosrd'a monthly

II.SOS Each all cat*. meeting In Tallahassee May 28,

Piano' Midway. 212M. and the final operating budget 734 5th AVE.. SO. MI 2-5161

II---'. will be adopted In TallahasseeJune

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iz Added 12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, February 27, W


II i L11aI White Elephant Sale Opens Here Tomorrow

/i DOOVas!_'I'open' at o'clock watercolor by William Henry,l with 22 rubles and 18 r., UI d dla, tickets from Naples to Miami, The contest will be.conducted
t "morning for the an custom framed HollandSalley; monds, b) Harr- Wit! ';t, r\ Jeweler given by Naples Airlines; stll':I I at 12:30 on Friday at the White
Dull White Elephant Sale at the a yard pink damask tableclothand a $25 gift certificate to life oil painting by Adelore Em,.> Elephant Sale. '1 '
Chlumsky Building, 969 Central 12 napkins donated by Cat Abercr mble and Kit 'I<, ;tven ling, a white fox stole by Robert], ,1: f fly
Avenue The event, which Is the'tie's; an 18Karat gold pin set anonymously; two round tripKENNETH painting by Richard Cegalman, FOR SALE 1 1F
big fund raising event of the yearsponsored J Items for sale range from :L r1r
by the Naples Hospital furniture to clothing new and
Auxiliary is expected to attract I used, with electrical appliancesand
several hundred buyers. The \ plumbing fixtures thrownin
location Is new this year. to say nothing of dishes and
Sales will be on a first come, I many items of brlc-a.brac. "
first served basis. What may be Members of the Service Lea. .; st, n,,H ;.7
a "white elephant" to one per. I.a, f rue II will have a table with Q;
son may be just what someone 1 used books and records for sale;
else has been looking for, a .R and the following ladies will have mt.. !
; spokesman for the event remark. miscellaneous dollar tables of '
ed this morning. items, all on a table being pric. '- '
ed at the same figure: Mesdamea
QUIZ CONTESTA Ralph Carson, John Jewell, E.
new feature this year Is J. Chlumsky, Carl Davis, Frank ll.t
the information contest. A per. Otte, and Kenneth Rogers. A
son whose ticket is selected will Mrs. Max Day, Mrs.Roy Smith I
have an opportunity to answer and Mrs B. C. Sutton will serve .tff
questions based on Informationalfacts as cashiers during the sale, and
concerning the hospital. _w many other auxiliary memberswill lJI
Lists of facts are on displayat have a hand somewhere in \,
places where the tickets are the 1964 White Elephant Sale. : ., '
being Sold the Bank of Naples, -
; --- -
the First National Bank, Ade. ::: t ; fl'
lalde's, Holland Sailers and the STORK WAS QUICKER j ,
hospitality shop at the hospital. i WICHITA. Kan (AP) Wichita '
The list also appears In this Issue -ii ambulance: drivers lost their .tI. ,
of the NEWS. 1 1.q {
___ first. two races with the stork in
Persons holding tickets who __ 1964.In .
cannot be present during the questioning the wee hours of New Year's WHITE ELEPHANT GIFT Mrs. Ken- serve as sales staff in the appliance
may leave telephone num. day Mrs Jay Clark gave birth to neth Rogers and Mrs. Sam England department on Friday. Included among I
hers and will be called so that a daughter at her home while an
refrigerator which is their offerings refrigerators stoves
inspect a among ,
they will not lose their opportunity r vM ambulance; raced to the scene.A .
to participate In the con few hours later Mrs Curtis the appliances donated for the White washers and dryers, record players,

test. Peterson delivered a daughter In Elephant Sale on Friday. Mrs. England, lawn mowers, bathroom fixtures, wa.

Included a pair among of Gorham contest sterling prizesare hospital an ambulance rushing her to a Mrs. Forrest Warner, Mrs. Vern Auritt, ter heaters. Other articles may be do. I

shells, gift of Charles H. Hills and Mrs William DeyErmand will nated for the sale through Thursday.
Jr. a linen luncheon set in pink
and; grey from Mosley's; a $500 . . . . . . . . . . .

gift.,certificate given by an to anonymous Holland SalleyInc. do. E, OEHMIG, retired architect phant Sale on Friday, February 2b

nor, a Kodak Instamatic camera from Nashville, Tenn., a member of Oehmig has painted as a hobby for
and field case, given anony. the American Institute of Architects, most of his life and since his retirement

duck mously figurines; a pair from of gold the Antique colored who has made his home in Naples for as building and zoning official for Collier

Addict; two embroidered linen the past 10 years, presents two oil County several years ago Is able
bridge cloths with napkins, given paintings to Mrs. E. J. Chlumsky of the to spend more time at his pleasurable
plus the one an.
nounced anonymously previously; ; a seascape InHow's hospital auxiliary for the White Ele- vocation. (NEWS photo>

Your I .,a.- y

fit w r N1

j Hospital I.Q.?


Did you knows des brought to the hospital.
The Naples hospital was incorporated Active members of the medical 1
not for profit, In staff rotate the responsibility -
1953. for emergency cover- re
Ground was broken for the age.

building In December. 1954. Construction of the largenew A
The name of hospital,originally hospital building is tentatively
Naples Memorial Hospital expected to get underway late
was changed to Naples in 1964.
Community Hospital In 1955.
!-Iaplea.Community Hospital The chlckee located beside 1(wj-r w uf
wu dedicated in March. 1966. the hospital lake was providedby c
The original capacity of the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Norrls
hospital was 60 beds and 10 for the enjoyment of patientswho
bassinets are able to go outside.

An additional 12 beds were The color of the hospital's
added to the hospital In 1963. outside walls has been charged
.. A Board of Trustees acts as recently from Persian blue to i
the controlling body responsiblefor .andbelge. CAUGHT IN THE ACT of composing questions for
Naples Community Hospi the hospital information contest feature of this year's
A four-bed ward was Included -
White Elephant Sale, Hospital Administrator Joseph
tal.Persons in the recent addition to the
who contribute annual hospital to determine the feasibility G. Bertolami smiles a greeting to news photographerNEWS
membership dues to the
hospital elect members of the of using this type ac- ( photo) ttptrenw.qww

Board of Trustees.
The hospital has had four
administrators, including
Joseph G. Bertolaml who is
currently serving in this ca
Mrs. 3.F. Briggs has ser-
ved as president of the Boardof
Trustees since the hos- f
pital's beginning.
Naples Community Hospital
is a non-profit hospital which iJ
cares for patients with gener ? _-A.-- s""1 __t 1 LNiatl

gas. Kesioence et V. R, Bechtel, 586 Galleon Drive, facing on the waters of Treasure Cove

ses.The hospital publishes a L1 r r-tIT

all newsletter contributors* which called is to distributed die"'PROGNOSIS' "Space to- Port Royal Where The'B"eautiful Homes Are!

Program. ..# Vn
The Naples Community Hospital r. Drive through the area and you will see some of the finest residential architecture In Florida; lush
Auxiliary, volunteer ser- tropical landscaping, with oceatt-going boats plying the waterways and docked at the foot of lawns
vice organization + t tn
,numbers just
under 300 members. We do not think that we overstate the facts
In addition to individual -
and membership contributions when we say, "Port Royal is one of the finest J JI

dues, the hospital is assisted places to live in the United States". We are I
financially by the Greater confident you will agree if fine homes, luxurious !

Naples United Fund. For 1964. surroundings, congenial neighbors, superb
this 26000.assistance will amount to climate and deep salt water at the foot of

The hospitalaudhiarywhose your lawn, appeal to you. Also one of the

primary responsibility Ls to finest Beach Clubs in Florida the exclusive

render voluntary services to property of Port Royal I owners.lIarbolir .
patients and hospital staff, also
engages in fund raising activities -
for the benefit of the 1gE; : ""

hospital.A "Space. Program" was : w.t, Y n ,

launched In January, 1963, to .
raise funds for building a multi- --
story hospital facility providing WROUGHT IRON TABLE and four showing one of the dresses from a PORT Mtiico,ROYAL with white BEACH powder CLUB sand on beech the Gulf lathe of

adequate space for current chairs in the Italian style donated for collection donated by Zita, Inc Mrs. y foreground
needs and future expansion to the sale by Mr and Mrs. Richard Case will be assisted
meet the community's. hos- on Friday by NEW HOME FOR SALE AT EXACT COSTAs
pital needs. Clemson are admired by Auxiliary Mesdames J, H Summerlin, C. E. Bigg,
\ The goal of the "Space Pro- members Mrs, Henry Watkins, Mrs. Luther Kincaid, Clarence Pifer, Paul an experiment, we have (just completed an

gram" Is $2.000,000.Approximately Henry Minster, and Mrs. R. D. Case. Francisco, and Louis Hack. attractive home at 3800 Rum Row which we

1600 persons Mrs. Case, in charge of clothing, is (NEWS photo) are selling at our exact cost. The residencewas
pledged $1.564.000 during the designed and supervised by Henry K.
I drive In January 1963. _____.1__, __ L _
O 1II1OW1UQf1 in a hospital this BACTERIA IN SPACE product of electrolysis celt Harding of Palm Beach; who, in our opinion,
The "Space Program" is
Size. which ere proposed as a meant of the outstanding architects in the
active additional ple- Ohio AP is one
presently ; COLUMOIS. ( )
Several members of the cur- -- of producing: breathing oxygen
dges and contributions are always rent staff of regttteres nurses-- Bacteria, part of mal\'* life m i If bacteiia could be produced United States. Building specifications were of

welcomed. have been with die hospital since earth,.may help him to conque r in sufficient:, quantity scientist: House-Port Royal effl .. the highest standards.Call .
Inquiries about the hospital space.Scientiau.it say they might be 'ued
its plo (
opening eight One block
years ago. east Gordon Drive.
may be made at die office of The hospital is equipped with nmulU Memoriti' I into food or other useful I ma- at the Port Royal office-Harbour House-

the administrator and interest an auxiliary power plant which isms Institute' particularly think: the the microxgan Hydrogen-- study tenets seeks Among best. other conditions things, the fore PORT located one block east of Gordon Drive at

from newcomers to die town supplies electricity in emer- omonas species: should ihrivi the fastest possible growth rate ROYALINCORPORATED Kings' Town and Fort Charles Drives and
Is urge* ed. gencies when the regular on carbon dioxide, hydrogen
tough EJ will be delighted to show the residenceat
i Even Naples Community supply is Interrupted.. oxygen and some nutrients. Since Its founding in-IIISS, the we
Hospital has no house The carbon dioxide wtxild bn National; Geographic Society has Telephone Midway 2.5118 3800 Rum Row to you. No obligation of
41y staff there Is always a physician There are some 2.000 apes i i eshaledthe astronaut, .u>i supported more thantOOexplora On the Cull at Naples, Florida course
( call" for the United States today. the hydrogen would\ he a bt,"
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