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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: March 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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It was quite a month at the City's new recreation center, and
City Bonding Department, which heavy activity in residential con.
Issued 58 permits adding up to structlon all helped to make February -" '
u approximately $1,688,426, a newt a record-smashing month. ,4 +tfpg
monthly record, according to un One of the two big permits,
official figures the $533,000 Royal Palm Club
The February total erased the which was Issued last week, UU Crisis
old record of $1,616,946, which maxed a controversy which last.

was established only In Decem. ed through most of Februar. fse e set. ,
ber. Alter a meager Januaryat It was an affair which centered d
the building department, the first around the seawall built WASmJTO (AP\I'rl ,|ll'I', t tJohrst He said he has been lavishly
February activity puts Naples on the high-tide mark, then shifted t\ oaled! baturd.i i rc' piaisod' and! criticized but thinks
in a good position to make a to the building's plans, an exist: a t MI'w lJ:>. MI''I'| i r the American nation has con.
run at the $9,589,701 record fora incomplete version of which was Jet 01| ,tei" Jim "that far cc. ducted itself wl'llln a crisis. He
single year, which was set In first sent to the state hotel com reedt' performance| nj any said In the first 100 days "men
1963. mission architect in Fort Myers. "Ss.v other all waft in use/ in the and women of good will"
Two large permits for Cult The City found out It couldn'tdo world today" worked together.
front apartment buildings, theRocky's anything about the seawall, The President, In his first
for which it had issued a permit teleMsod news conference, said OTHER POINTSOn
Then the state's architect ap. the .'W long range inlercepter
other points raised in the
proved revised plans, and Building was I I i revealed at this time
session
question Johnson had
Aides Official Bert Plnkston last s so t ttt, its night testing and these coma,cuts: ,
week signed the permit for the .. y : final Chases of developmentould
42-unlt, seven-story structure. .. ': proceed In orderly! fashion Panama, He hopes agreement .
Developers are Woodward and can be reached as early
Say Barry's Mersereau. E. H. Marhoefer Jr. He aid tho program was wt t as possible lie said the 1903
Co. Is the contractor, and the rf up In so'ret in 1959, with Lock treaty on the Canal Zone has
address is 2121 Gulf Shore Blvd., hoedlrtraft In charge of the been modified from time to
between the Moorings beach and program The engine was built time, and that possibly the situ.
Losing N.H.WASHINGTON Doctor Pass. by Pratt and Whitney, he said, all Ion will require "adjustmentIn ,
Earlier this month, Plnkston 4 1'YP while liuches:: Aircraft devel. 1063 or 1064. But he said
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the ? 5 oped the me "we are not going to make
(AP) Strategists signed $675,000 permit for l' control and mis. anyI'rp.cllln
the Cult Towers condominium silo system. mltments".
for New York Coy Nel.
") son A. Rockefeller believe he apartment building, a..evenoStoryedifice Johnson gave no details! of Viet Nam, Johnson said he
has overtaken Arizona Sen. going up at 1977 Gulf the aircraft's performance, ex. has asked Defense Secretary
Shore Blvd. The City's n cept to say that it files at
Barry Goldwater In the battle recrea. { n.. N spends McNamara to go there in the
tlon center will cost $85,000to In excess of 2,000 miles an hour next few days, have confer.
for votes in the March 10 New
Hampshire Republican presi. build, according to the build +e' .rl t1.tf and performs at altitudes of up c-nces and bring back valuable
dentlal primary.In ing permit issued early in Feb. .. a to 70,000 feet. information.
fact, some in the Rocke. ruary. One key to the developmentof lie called the situation "very
feller camp are reported more Nineteen residential permitswere this plane, which flies at difficult" and said we must
concerned at the possibility sub taken out, adding up to times at three times the speed rely on the South Viet Nam
stantial write-in votes for Hen $323,006 In new construction.Cost of sound, Is a new process of army to defend the country.
ry Cabot Lodge and former Vice figures ranged from $10. fabrication with titanium metal Laos The United States ,
President Richard M. Nixon 000 to $39,166. Only one permit 1. which successfully resists the has protested violations of the "\
might hurt the New York gov. for commercial constructionwas ; extremely! high" temperatures Geneva agreement by the Path. {
ernor's chances. issued during the, record. : : resulting from aupersonlc flight, et Laos In Laos, Johnson said
Neither Lodge, U.S. ambas. breaking month, and it amountedto ilr' III i i5l Johnson said This was the reply to a question \
sador to South Viet Nam, nor only $4,800. The problems solved In de. whether this country now thinks 1
Nixon are candidates, but sup. Alterations and additions totaled veloplng this Jot fighter, John. that, because of the activity of 1
porters of both have been activein $9,755, seawalls $9,800, son said, will assist in development the faction, neutralization is no J
New Hampshire. and miscellaneous $28,005, according of the supersonic air liner. longer the proper policy for the 1
to unofficial figures. The southeastern Asian
Goldwater meanwhile country II;
says FULL.DRESS SESSION
the New Hampshire outlook la final February totals for all categories Cyprus Johnson said Mw .,' ,4'
' "muddled, a bit confused with will be in Tuesday's issue The full-dress session with are deeply concerned, we tll .'- ..
newsmen, with the nation looking it is ,f"
all the candidates. don' think of the News. a very serious sltutttfl
t, either one of us (himself or Besides the, Royal Palm Club, on, marked r tnpl tlon rf The matter It now pending -
other permits'Issued last week Johnson's first IOU days 'liKtf.flee the United Nations and
we It a
Rockefeller) can make . ---
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and the chief executive
Included the following residences doing our dead level best to .
as to what will happen. : ...
The Arizona senator spoke R. W. Peterson, 619: BEST VIEW of Naples, any bird will tell you, is from with predecessors for the accolade, "best yet" At was asked how he sited up the find: a solution./ .

Friday to the National Press Homlll Putter Homes Point ; A.K.Gollnik,188jKingflsh Place $23,000 the air. The blue-green Gulf the scores of lakes the lower part of the picture Is Lowdermilk Park, period Johnson, said he has been rear latlon Nixon that-he Asked expects about to specu.run

Club. Road,$15,618,Rutenberg and waterways the tropical growth the a public facility growing more popular with each aunably close to the presidencyfor against former Vice President

Construction Co.; L.V.Shields, clean, uncluttered look all show to brilliant effect passing month. To the north (at top) is Doctor Pass 30 years but "I've gut many Richard M, Nixon as the Re.
2681 13th Street North, $14,000 different impressions the last 30 publican candidate, Johnson
Parks Board when
Lytle C. Morton, 777 Sixth Ave. seen from above The photo dramatizesthe leading to the inland waterways of The Moorings, days than I had before I came said he has not speculated "on

nue North, $13,200, William B. changes that have taken place here In a few rapidly building residential area. The Naples beachis to this awesome responsibility," whether VII run or even who

Sets MeetingFor Stone; and two Stone houses for short years This area, north of the Beach Club Hotel, unsurpassed for its gentle surf and powdery white He said he was deeply Impressed "I'll run against If I do run."
by how people closed
$11,000 each, at 666 llth >venue Lodge Johnson rejected the
was once a barren expa'nse of sand. Now it offers sand
South and 1132 Seventh Street a (McGrath photo) ranks and were anxious to unite idea that the position of Henry
TomorrowThe South- splendid row of luxuryco-operatives, each one vying the country after the "tragic i Cabot Lodge as ambassador In
Burkholder Construction Co.ii affair of last November" when ,South Viet Nam and as a pos.
City's parks board will putting up a 30 by 39-foot metal President John F. Kennedy's I sltle, Republican contender for
meet at 4 p.m. Monday at City storage building for Corbii: Young Sinatra Early Morning assassination catapulted him in. i j the presidency makes U.S. pal.
Hall board chairman Mrs. Llndabury Garden Center, 281 i White Elephant'Nets to the ".hUe House. |Icy "awkward."
Richard Brashear has announ- 10th Street South, for $4,800,, Says Parisians Johnson said he Is Impressedby Cuba Johnson said he was
Crash On Trail the way the top officials of i I Informed Friday the Commerce
ced.One the government have carried |Department was considering
of the topics for discus- Carnival Time Doubt KidnapingLOS ProbedState on. He said he Is pleased with i adding lard to the list of com.
sion will be the vacant three- Neat $14,000The East what Congress has done, pass. ,nudities to be barred from ale
block area near Water Plant 10 of IS bills
Starts In Cuba; ANGELES (AP-Frank ing appropriations t o Cuba.
2 which the Parks Board polli i) were yesterday from last
No. Sinatra Jr. defense carried over year, Bobby Baker Asked how he
says accusations .
has proposed be convened Into Forbid Shooting: that his alleged kidnapingwas seventh annual WhlteEl- In place to assist the buying investigating an accident. : and! that two clu.mollshed passing an education bill, putt appraised i the possible political
two jars put
a recreational area. a publicity hoax have cast by public, two members of whom Ing the civil rights bill through ;I Impact of the Bobby Baker case
Friday .
ephant Sale sponsored at !
Drashear also will HAVANA (AP) Havana']I men in tho 'Initial :40yes. the House and completing set J JI Folinson said it Is a matter for
Mrs. give doubt his and forced
Integrity
on the Hospital were already on hand when she front uf thoOlcola
annual carnival began Saturday Naples Community terday morning tu
bill
tax ,
I lion on the t lie Senate to con.lder."J'm .
good news about the joint city- but some of the more exuberanttraditions him to cancel an engagement in Auxiliary, netted approximately arrived at 7 a.m., Mrs. J.A. Mute), shout one arid I sure they'll take the

county Bay Point Park, on the of the annual holiday Paris. $14,000 for the hospital."It Meadors general chairman of one half-miles east of Naples 4 Die In Fire As i proper action," he said.
The singer 20 made his
shore of remarks
eastern Naples Bay 2588 Davis
have been banned. was a good sale, com- the sale reported. Joseph P. lluftim, Civil rights. Johnson said
at the end of Danford Street. Prime Minister FldelCastro's conference Friday at an after Impromptunews his dismissal paring favorably with previous "It was a fine sale," said Boulevard, Naples, was reportedin Ocala Home Burns n e has never discussed with

From an original tract of government announced that the as a witness In the trialof years of size of crowd and enthusiasm Mrs. .Staley,auxiliary president "fair" omJitlon yesterday !anyone any proposal to com.
about an acre: which was donated firing of sidearms will be for. three men accused of kid. for ferreting out bar- and Mrs. Paul Francisco noon. Hutton driving a 1962 Che. OCALA (APA man and promise on the public accom.
several years ago by bidden. In the past Cubans likedto ele- time vrolet was ipparently, rammed three small boys burned to death mutations section of the civil
white ,
him.
a
nailing gains, veteran long auxiliary
from the "ar i by a 1913 DoBoto today when a fire started by the
mood
their by
Joyful
C.C. Danford, the park has express On trial are Barry Keenan, phant worker observed. Half worker, confirmed this with the r Igtits/ bill now pending In the
General
shooting into the air. In which Kdward; Taylor, explosion of a wood stove qulrkeIy ,
grown into a three-acre tract. 23; Joseph Amsler, 23; and John the items were sold within an observation that the new loca- destroyed t Senate
also decrees< Delivery, /Naples, was a passen<- enveloped and afive.room
The government
lie said he thinks such rumorsre
Work on improving Danford Irwin, 42. They are accused of hour of the tion had proved" satisfac made 1' at Cltra
a ban on "Indecent or equlvoca I opening. very ger. A !search was being Negro home Republican In origin
Street has been finished, andit costumes"" and Impersonation. ol abducting the young singer from Several hundred people were tory". The use of the Chlum yesterday for the driver of the 20 miles north of here. a
Is now the City's job to do members of the armed forces. a Lake Tahoe motel last Dec. 8. on hand at the Chlumsky Building sky Dullding, some 600 square D< )oto. Tailor who was also
Sinatra released 56 hours
the actual site clearing, Mrs. The carnival was officially later near was his mother's Bel-Air 966 Central, when Mayor feet of space, had been made injured in the crash was given
Brashear noted. A boat ramp ushered in with able parade home after his father had paid Archie Turner cut the ribbonto available for pre-sale storage emergency treatment at the hoi.

also remains to be installed. through old Havana Saturday,, $240,000 ransom. signify official opening of which obviated the necessity pltal Both and cars released.were practically dtmollahed <. March Roars In Like Lion
of
the gala sales extravaganza for moving all the "loot"on
In the rash and ronsl.
which members of the hospital the night before the sale.
derable damage was done to tho
Big Changes For Naples AreaInterCounty auxiliary have been working for A four-foot high plywood cut- bridge In front of the Osceola Atlantic Sea Coasti
the past two months. out of an elephant, white, of Motet. Investigation into the ac. Along
Close to 100 auxiliary members course, had a fresh coat of cident was made hy Trooper
In their cheery pink uniforms paint and sat out front by James Peacock of the State High.
Announces Plans and wearing white ele way Patrol, assisted by Deputy A wlnd.whlpl'ed anowsubrpalled i High tides struck much of the
Identification (Continued on page 7) i Sheriff Hooker Drown the Atlantic Coast this eastern seaboard, causing flooding
phant were
tags leap year day, and the U.S. In New Jersey and Del.

-- Weather Bureau Issued heavy aware.A .
snow warnings for four north. storm hit Philadelphia late
For Million-Dollar eastern states as Februarycame Friday afternoon, dumping a 4.
ExpansionPlans to a wintry end. inch snowfall on the city. At
The fast moving storm t least two deaths were attributed
reached the large population to the weather. City crews
were announced yes. to many customers who are presently 1 equipment. A two story additionto centers of the Last Coast, and/ \ worked through the night, to
terday by J. N. Johnson, president served on a multi-party the present building is plannedand heavy MOW alerts were in. effect boar streets.
of the Inter-County Tel.. basis D. J. Hilton, district manager will add approximatley 4,466 for eastern Maryland, Delaware Planes were grounded Friday
phone System, for a million. said that the Naples Ex. square feet to the existing 2,737 southern New Jersey and night at the lIarrlsbur(.York
dollar expansion program in the change now has a one, two, and square feel, bringing total build southeastern Pennsylvania.The Airport, and traffic was tied up
greater Naples area starting the four party graded service area lug space to 7,203 square feet. Weather Bureau said the In lUrrliburg after a 4.1nch
early part of this year with of about three andone half square The three story building will snow will spread Into southeastern snowfall.In .
estimated completion in the latter miles This graded service area 1 be approximately! 49 feet above New England today, swept New England, Connecticut
part of 1965. Is to be expandoJ to about 11 'the ground level, and one of the i i' by strong winds.Emergency received almost 2 Inches of
The plans as outlined by Johnson square miles, and v ,i-m the new most attractive structures in plans were put snow, and other parts of the
Include a building additionat North Naples -x: .I ,uige Is place downtown Naples. In tidttto 8N Into effect In 19 Maryland counties stale, lay under 4 Inches.
the company's Fifth Avenue in service, tne graded service thousands of additlc',.1 feet <.t and Baltimore. Nantucket, Just off Massa.rhusetts .
location In Naples, extensiveouu area will be one of the largest new backbone feeder cable wIDe e / n Ten Inches of snow fell In had a 5-inch snowfall.
side plant additions to provide Base Rate Areas in the Inter required in the Naples and Frederick County In Maryland, Winds which measured up to 40
for enlargement of the Naples County System. North Naples area to providethe H'tp where three persons were killed miles per hour swirled snow
graded service area, additional needed facilities for this In a car-truck collision on snuw over other parts of the area and
microwave toll facilities, a new BIG ADDITION major expansion program. lIck U.s. 340 Friday four inches many: 2.3 inch falls were report-
plant work center in East Naples D. T. Shearer, assistant general Shearer also said that ap ataassapo r r 1 fell In Baltimore and Inches ed.The '
and the creation of a new North manager tor Inter-County proximately: 2J additional micro. I t 1 r .i } In western Maryland, where storm left the gulf of
Naples Exchange stated the graded service area wave toll circuits are being added Carrot County now has 21 inch. Mexico early Frlda) morning;
The Base Rate Area of Naples extension will necessitate an ex to meet the estimated future L1- el on the. ground. and spun northeastward along
"Midway" Exchange is scheduled tension building addition at the demands for long distance toll The Eastern Shore of Mary. the East Coast, En route It
for expansion Through the ex. company's Fifth Avenue location service .. 4" -- land, which generally has little dumped snow on parts of Kentucky .
pansion, one, two, and four party in Naples to provide needed space snow, lay under a lnch fall and Tennessee, Alabama, VJr.
service: will be made available for additional dial switching (Continued on page I) Big addition planned for Fifth Avenue facility more was forecast, ginla and West Viiflnla.



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A kick-off breakfast at the
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Beach Club on Wednesday mornIng a4
March 4, at 8:30 a.m. will It's nice to be back a- There were 22 children -
open the Library Fund Drive galnl Thank you for the many and grandchildren present.
for the new headquarters build. kind expressions of sympathy This weekend the Reeders

Ing of the Collier County Public during our recent bereavement. have as their houseguests Mr.

Library System. Decided after I returned to Na- Reeder's sister and her family, ew ++

Everyone In the county Is Invited ples, to take a much needed Mrs R.C. Allen, Mr. Allen

to attend. The breakfast rest and so It's nice to knowa and their three children from
will cost $1.00 per person. few have missed "Around Bradenton.
Those attending will hear a
talk by Dr. Frank D. Sessa, Town." Larry Wicks, son of Mr
director of Libraries for the Mrs. Joleen Coxey, Sixth and Mrs. Sam Wicks, will be

City of Miami. Dr. Sessa Is Street North, has had as her leaving on Monday to report for

expected to explain the needs I guests recently for two weeks duty at Fort Jackson In North

filled and the services extendedby \ l '. her parents, Mr, and Mrs RJ. Carolina

modern libraries In presentday .., :' \ Llttlejohn and her slster-ln- From what we've heard the

society.Dr. i law, Mrs Gene Littlejohn all annual White Elephant sale must 1 t >rd,

Sessa, with Bachelor,Mas. t '. from Greenville, S.C have been a giant success All
ter, and Doctor of Philosophy ,. So .-
hear
glad to that the gals that couldn't make
degrees from the University of I
of the Herman Gallaways are backIn the sale did the baby-sitting
Pittsburgh, and a Bachelor
Science degree In Library Naples for the winter months. for those that could. ,
Science from Carnegie Institute The Gallaways spend six monthsof That's all for this time. I'll

of Technology, has been responsible the year In Chicago be looking forward to hearing d
for the expansion of the Mrs Lucian Kaywood Robin- from you this week and see- -- -- ---

Miami Public Library Systemto son of Enclnltas. Calif., is In Ing you "around town." PKUUULY displaying their catch of of UeLand, Fla In the center Is Lester 1
Include a main library with Naples For a month visiting with
redfish left P. Watts of Landrum owner of Landrum's Fish
13 branch libraries throughoutthe her parents, Mr and Mrs.Kerr Dixie Hotel At are ( ) L. Huntington ,

city. Craige, 1840 Harbor Place, W Va., and (right) L, D. Watts Camp.
Prior to World War H he while her husband Capt. Robin- Titusville Burns .
began his career as a librarianIn
Pennsylvania with the Pennsylvania son Is on special assignment. TITUSVILLE (AP-The old '

Historical Library and the Dixie Hotel, a 71.J'ear-old Florida Junior High Y :News::
Library of the University of BIRTHDAY East Coast landmark was verglades I

Pittsburgh. During the war he Kathy Paniplnto, daughter of swept today by a fire that destroyed Jamboree .'
served as lieutenant commander Mr and Mrs. Frank Pantplnto, the top floor All guests Hoop : By Juanlta Weldon .

In the U.S. Navy. Afterwardshe celebrated her sixth birthday were evacuated safely. _....'
came to Miami as a librarian last Saturday by entertaining Firemen said the three.story Goes Over
Big brought In a total of 19 reds
Proud fishermen Indeed are
in the library of the Un! several friends with cake frame and stucco structure was
verslty of Miami, where he also so badly damaged throughoutthat stu.dents.teachers.parents those who can boat 19 redfish weighing from 1 1/2 to 5
and Ice Those night's Junior high
held posts as an instructor and cream. present It will no longer be useable Friday basket In one day Mr L.P. Wattsof pounds each. This was on
assistant professor In history. were Wanda, Jimmy and David and probably will be razed. HuntingtonWestVlrglniaandMr. Thursday. They report the
stamped a
He was appointed to his present Paniplnto, Melinda Reid and Henry M, Flagler, whose Flor. ball doubleheader by freshman was coach Bill L.D. Watts of De Land, fishing has been good all week
post In 1951. Mrs Jan Reid, Lyndi and Gene ida East Coast Railway openeda Marshall success Florida, fished out of Ever- bringing In six on Wednesdayand

Dr. Sessa has had many articles DR FRANK B. SESSA Bertoluzzl, and brothers and wilderness to settlement, built "We had a fine crowd,and they glades the year after Hur- nine on Tuesday, with two
published In library jour. sisters Frank, Vincent, Ray, the old Dixie Hotel In 18S3, the all seemed to enjoy the enter. ricane Donna in 1960 of these weighing over 8
nals and historical magazines. tlonal plans for the Library Fund The kickoff breakfast Is being and Susan year the railroad reached Titus. he said.
talnment provided, with such
we and met
He has also served as a build. Drive These will be explainedby sponsored by the officers of the On Sunday grandparents Mr. ville. the suc-
will finance
Proceeds pur.
Ing consultant on new library Benjamin Parks, chairman Friends of the Library, and by and Mrs, Charles Paniplnto and It was one of a string of resort chase of new athletic equipmentand cess they had to try again. -
Friends of the Library the officers of the Fund hotels Now, spending two weeks in the pounds.Whiz
buildings in Orlando, Hlaleah and of the Library Sam and Madeline came from erected by Flaglerat a sports banquet for Junior :
Tampa. Campaign Planning Committee, Campaign, all of whom are urge Port Charlotte bearing another stopping points along the high football and basketball pla. Ten Thousand Islands they expect Kids'
ExpifSMUH great' interest In and by Frank Kerrigan, directorof ing attendance by everyone poss route and In the years alter it to bring in many more
the effort to establish a modern the Library Fund Campaign. ible. cake so Kathy had quite a hap- was built the old Dixie was a yers.The 7.8 grade team nosed out reds, sheepshead and snapper ,

library system for Collier County ", --. _. :_ .' ..H.-.a,_. ...:: xNrt py birthday. widely known resort. their fathers, 37.36 In Friday's before returning to their homes.
Di, u asa will be able to offer Mr, and Mrs. John Tien mo- Before the railroad was extended first game at the high school Fishing on the outside near InterestsToday
many suggestions and recommendations tored to Tarpon Springs last on southward, travelers the faculty
Naples gymnasium. Then Indian Key, the Watts' brothersExplanation
from his store of know. Tips OnBoating I weekend to bring their daughter going to Miami transferred at team displayed a fierce defenseand

ledge and experience which those Flotilla Stacey back to Naples. Titusville to mall boats defeated the freshmen.38.23.
Interested In establishing the ,, had done It the 7.8 WideWASHINGTON
I IfY Earle Morgan High scorer for grade OfJets'
want To Launch
will Mexico
county library system fY USCGAWater again! On Friday Earle boarded team all year has been Jerry
to hear. : ; a plane In Miami for his Davis. He overshadowed Friday .
For
Also to be announced at the Bug Program
... Is
Ed who
his father This
Delay AP
the second flight to Lima, Peru, night by ( ) -
breakfast complete organizational
are details and opera. skiing Is probably the fectly safe If only these few where he will visit with Charo Low Cost HousingMEXICO threw in 18 points and sparkeda year's top scientific whiz kids
fastest of simple rules are ob- third-quarter drive that put are 40 versatile teen-agers
growing activity recreational constantly Barua a former student at Naples CITY (APPaperswere In Double TalkZURICH
I 50.979 of served. the fathers into a 31.28 lead whose outside Interests run
I boating. High School. signed Friday granting going into the last period. But Switzerland (AP)- from weightlifting to composing
WATCH NAPLES GROW boat owners list It as one of Two persons should be In the Mrs. Frank Hatcher and her Mexico $30 million dollars In ,
the sons roared back and barelywon music
Way back In the dark days of
460 ft. Trail frontage their reasons for having boat. towing boat one to run the mother Mrs. Ruth Smith, mo- loans to launch an ambitious air travel, when planes never For their work In mathematics .

$100,000 Members of Naples Flotilla boat one to watch the skier. tored to Miami on Friday for low-cost housing program. Jerry Davis led the sons with flew on time, the long suffering biochemistry, physicsand
93 of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary This Is now a law In certain Mrs. Smith's medical checkup. The loans, channeled throughthe 11 points Carlos Alfonso had passengers didn't get the word. psychology, the 30 boys and

72 Acre Maple Bay recognize the fast grow- sections of the country. The Alliance for Progress, came. nine, Bennie Roome six, and They just sat there, In one 10 girls have been named finalists .
\ $300,000 ing sport of water skiing and, Coast Guard also recom- Mr and Mrs. H.B. Reeder from the Agency for International .John Abbott five. dingy air terminal after another in the annual Westinghouse

"re* 1 mil from Gold- In this release point to safe- mends the Installation of a wide- and family motored to Bradenton Development and which the Inter-put The faculty team concentrated -and waited. science talent search.
million
Gates $1,250. ty factors recommended by the angle, rear-vision mirror. last weekend for the 38th,' up $20 Development Bank Its defensive efforts freshmen In the Jet age things are dif They are demonstrating their
American
Coast Guard and the Amer- Mark Finger, Jeff Johnson, and: ferent. Passengers sit around exhibits this weekend prior to
t by Keep water skiing away from of Mr. Reeder'
*.* R E. *lcluTWater Ski Association. general swimmers, narrow anniversary which advanced $10 millions Steve Steele. It paid off; as the''one' chromium and flourescent Monday bight's announcementof
HI Lug three boys get only two three'air I terminal after another-and five top scholarship winners.
Broker Sklllng behind a fast channels other boats docks
power or
and two points in the game. Af. wait But now they always get The variety of activities of the
boat Is and exhilarating and
a thrilling floats. ter one quarter, it was 10.10,the word. 40 dispel the Idea that teenage
421 9th St., No. sport and can be per- The water skier should wear
but the teachers moved aheadIn They are told every 10 min- brilliance is among the book
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a proper buoyant belt or lifesaving '. the second period and kept utes that their plane will be delayed worms and loners.
device. Increasing their advantage. another hour, and they To wit
To reprieve a (alienskier'app1ioac : Jerry Morgan led the fresh. are told the reason why. The When Henry Jaffln, 17, of

MPLES 'CE"TRE :, bin fro::: down wind and : men with eight points. Scoringtwo trouble Is they can't understandthe Chevy Chase, Md., isn't studyIng .
stop motor before taking himon : points each were John word when they get It. anticancer chemicals, he

WEEKLY THEATRE PROGRAM board. The fallen skier Dahlin, Terry Morgan, Val Here's a typical announce. goes In for bicycling and weight

should use caution In boarding. Prince, and Jim Fredrlckson.Tw menu lifting.
MARCH lit r MARCH 7thr teachers hit double fl> "Pan-Eagle Airways regrets And Robert Bowen, 16, of
The ski tow boat should
t'St 1Git'yt"xC1C'i = par- gures, tall Keith Bright with i to announce that flight 16205 to Nevada, Calif., Is a mathematician !.
: allel the shore and come In 12 points and Tom Damiani with Podunk and Texarkana has who couldn't find any math

r: 11 slowly when landing a skier. c 11. Glenn Stanley had five, Ed been delayed. The reason Is a courses to take In high school

GIN' Piers, floats, other boats, Banks and Jerry Howell four mechanical on the aircraft." because he'd mastered them all

fishermen, swimming beaches, 8 each, and Marshall two. "A mechanical on the air while still In grammar school.He .
it a boat anchorages and buoyed craft," Indeed. Aside from the also plays varsity basket.
MON. l1I
rtl channels should be avoided. Cop Keeps Man fact that It Isn't English, what ball.The
TUES WA I Ili Il Watch the water ahead. does it mean? composer in the group Is
'-It Remember .Siding Is a team From ThrowingGirl Did the engine fall out? The Amory B. Levins, 16, of Am-
II 1 tall drop off? herst, MUs. He has built an Instrument
effort ,
WED. tECNNtCOlOa ." 1 1a Off Cliff for atomic researchfor

;i ., rrr KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP-A "We regret to announce a de. only $50 and says It matches

"!"st-Kish'rtar-scsts exeta'at-t'::!M'1M e '=1. DEATHS traffic patrolman kept a man lay In the flight to Milan, due the performance of commercial
from throwing an 11-year-old to operational reasons" devices costing $20,000.
IITll 1 1a CLIFFSIDE PARK, NJ. girl off a 100-foot bluff after the All of which indicates the
Clay-.r 1Fj(; (AP)-Cus Lesnevlch, 49, world What could be clearer than
had been molested Friday. have time
girl Judges tough
THUR. light heavyweight champion that? And In three languages? may a
The man, Raymond Michael picking the winners, who will
} r uxr r. from 1946-48, died Friday nightof Hylton, 22, was wounded and It's about time that the air. share $34,250 in scholarshipsand
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heart attack In his physl.clan's !
FRI. i'A VENTUI a captured after shooting twice at lines came right out and told us awards. The 40 finalists are
taN a.t..vr." 'A'1" \\1 office the officer, Norris Johnson In plain words why we have the survivors from an original
-- Police said Hylton orally had been sitting around the terminalfor field of 29,000 high school stu.
1 1FJUNfiY )
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admitted trying to rape the girl. hours. dents.celebritystarred .
James T. Urand, 77, Oregon '
: Liwis Supreme Court justice from :
l 1941.58: and one of the judges

} o'ituP.ur I who presided over the Nazi war ; t

1M IhlP tl crimes 1947, died trials Friday at Uuremburg in !! .,rte kTw -


nwar :lt CARACAS, Venezuela (AI')...

Carlos Brandt, 89, Venezuelan .
philosopher and writer, died .
Thursday after a long illness

k +, BOSTON (AP);-: Mrs. Ka)' A a.

l'x' s '," II '7f11iATRE : r..; Furcolo sachusetts, :SI Gov., wife Foster of former Furcolo Mas.,

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ARCH lit. 211d a MARCH 6th. ;r Don't I Items A Litterbug WENDEiL JARRARD r j----: -
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MON. PtUt UCOMO .. CENTER- ; %nc.\nt: Caribbean Gardens WeekThis


JnINN Linen. Monocrammlni week (March 1 through 7) world, and its Performing Water

Lingerie lints Raaa.Jewelry. is officially Caribbean Gardens bird troupe has toured Europe till
Week in Naples b> virtue of a pro. the United States Travel Serviceas
clamatlon Issued b> Mayor Arr.h.Ie ., well as "guest starred" on

MIDWAY 2.4947 Turner and by resolution of network television programs in
the Count Commission.The art!. this country, Great Brltlan and
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cia! act ties In with a planned hone the Continent. .
oring of the Gardens b> the Great Chamber member firms an I .
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Title .1
"THETHREESTOOGES Company er Naples Chamber of Com. displaying colorful posters of the ')
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GO AROUND THE" I merce, Gardens as part of the recognl. f..tAtt .

WORLD IN A DAZE" of Naples The Gardens is being recog. tlon, which will Include tributes MOZZEREllA A LA MEZZAPELLA cook book Naples
C arntu..nuwl'I.rer f.y nlzed by the City and the Chamber from governmental, and entertainment by
FRI. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS for its exceptional contiiuutlons figures as well as from Dr. 0 D. Mezzapella, right, who op- author Jane Weeks Martin Mary

nut $ COND FIANal Peppard MI J-6059 Bldg. to the community over the past Florida's other attractions. erates a free clinic for crippled and Wood Dyches of Naples, left, has

SAT. 851 Fifth Are, So. years as the chief tourism in. Highlight of the week will disabled children In Millerton, N. Y, also contributed her favorite recipe
dustry ortanlratlon in '' .Ii : Club
a't"'a'' the com be a jI.I.'t't Ire
asst o. munlty. The Gardens also be. lunch'' 1 Wednesday at the Beach and is a winter visitor here, shows in the new McMillan book along with

m--WARr t of R w. J. ..."... ing recofniied as one of Naplm' Cio at which Wend.!11! Jarrard, Chef Bill Shultz of the Beach Club recipes of such notables as Lady Bird

r.rt.r. ) Fla, chief publicity attr'a.: .I tlrtnan of the Hi I.la I :'\ Development Hotel his favorite Italian recipe for Johnson Jacquelire Mrs
Kennedy
rr.., tures. The Cariwis I I' u te I helot Commission. wUl present
a n., t -.ttlrlllilo! 11, new:Vapra a special meu oul pl.' ui 'Saujago a I la Mozzere'ls:' which is Richard Nixon and many othersI .
(.5y ypbS f..r GLiGUSLSL..t LCGr l 4..iu magazines throughout the to the Gardens. found In "Cooking As You Le, It," the







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Council
AgendaThe


agenda for Wednesday's irL

cil 9 a.m. meeting of City Coun- & d


1. Call to order. "cv "-

2. Invocation. .
VViIV

3. Reading of minutes of ,
previous meeting 11rtt.

4. Old business

a. Award bids on 4" &

12" cast Iron and cement

j I asbestos pipe. ""

b. Award bids on Water :

" Treatment Pit. #2 & E. I (fJ

,0; Naples Pumping Station. I I

c. Proposal to require per- ;-

sons seeking office of mayor I I .( ,.wj rr/HUNT'S!' STEWED
2300 39c
or Council to be free- I I C". TOMATOESCOMSTOCK .

holders. er


Board d. Zoning discussion and Planning re fire BJU1.[ : ( Itll Cut ft Sliced Zcanl. 25c


S.districts New Business ---c BEETS

a. Receive bids on lot

clearing project No. 7((10:00 ARGO

b.a.m.Resolution) thanking Dr. CH r : Ii SWEET PEAS 2cans 29c19'J



c.Ford.Seawalls and groinson RIGHTS-OF-WAY- deeds- for the Ever- lier Corp Barron Collier Jr who c29c

beach. glades Expressway must be signed by signed a deed for 1,067 acres for LIMA BEANS

I 1)) Procedure for getting both the large and small land owners rights-of-way, Dewey Polly, County

[, I seawall and groins permits along the 78-mile stretch between Commission chairman who acceptedthe Iteg
before Council. Jlr:

2)) Steps to be taken to Naples and Fort Lauderdale. A deed deeds for the state; G Hewett Wil. We (;five

get sand in front of Royal signing ceremony was held Friday afternoon liams, Chicago and Naples, who

Palm Inc., with owner to in the Collier Corporation office signed a deed for 6.2 acres as a small SunshineStamps .
limit 1 customer w/
retain same after the with a large and small owner par. land owner; and Harmon Turner, county purchoici per of $3.00 01 more
Moorings pump it In. 1W
Shown from left Nor. whose task it will be to
3)) Ascertain time sche- ticipating. are engineer, : MIA(

dule for Moorings pumpIng man Herren, representative of the Col- secure another 100 deeds. ,.

sand and coordinatewith -
beach In "' : :;! T"W...,." The first railroad depots in
owners along
/iir. /.r'I America were long wooden buildings
that
vicinity.
with tracks running through
d. Permit on temporary VC\VS Bonita as a tunnel At each end were
I building Naples Supply expires large twinging doors which were "The ,Best Of Meals For Miles Around"

I 3/6/64. from closed on winter days,
3. Expiration of temporary '., k By R\E WEAR

, sign Hartley's Variety PUBLIC NOTICE U.S. CHOICE SHOULDER (Fresh)

I Store. THE SAKS (Samba! After- secure a new book "World inBooks" lb. 594
r
f. Review certain sections NOTICE OF APPLICATIONTO LAMB CHOPS
Club for to be read and the
of the City Charter noon ) met Wednesday FORM A
luncheon at noon at the homeof names of those reading the book WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT :
I and City Budget. Notice It hereby' given to all per
Mrs. Vae Kidwell In Bonita be placed on the honor roll. tont interested in the following described .:

q. Two appointments to Shores. Following luncheon, Mrs Madge Ritch Is In chargeof Florida. vnDESCRIPTION lands' : In Collier County : SQ. CUT FRESH (Never Frozen)

Zoning Board of Appeals cards were the afternoon's the March meeting with Mrs. OF LANDS IN THE ib.474
three terms effective PROPOSED COLLIER WATER f
year diversion. Agnes Wolcott giving thedevot- MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NO. I LAMB SHOULDER
3/7/64, Nicholas L. Wall- Attending were Mrs. Helm tlonal. UNDER CONTROL OF GULF
and Rear- AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION
Ingford George H. Whitfield, aaJ i her guest Mrs. A prayer program will be Sectiont 30 and 31, Township 47
don. 2East, Collier
South Range
Emily Caberly from Washington observed on Tuesday, March County Florida CHOICE
h. Water connection fee for -
School. Court House Ohio, Mrs. Fran 3, from 10 to 12 noon, after South Sections, Range 29 and 12 2 Eatt Township1, Collier' r ib.394
Seagate
Hunt from Fort Myers Mrs. which a covered dish luncheon County, Florida LAMB PATTIES
I. Correspondence. Sectiont, II. 12 13 14 23 24, 25
Markoff and Miss
Odella will be held at the church from 26 27. 21 33. 34 35 and 36. Town
6. Reports Ruth Banker. ship' 41 South Rang 27 East, Collier .
one to two-thirty. A:.
a. Building Code of Ad- County Florid
The South 160 feet of Section 25.
justments and Appeals.b. DESSERT PARTY Township 49 South Range 25 East
Recreation Board PUBLIC NOTICE Collier, County, Florid, Barren
re- The second in a series of Collier, Jr.lCommencing S'WIrSlEsSTEAK! ib.894ib.694 '
port. afternoon dessert card at the Northwest corner
parties NOTICE: OF RECEIVER'S: SALEIN of Section 35, Township' 49
c, Zoning Board of Ap sponsored by the Bonita SpringsWoman's THE UNITED STATES DIS, South Range 25 East Collier .
peals. Appeal No. 108 from TRICT COURT FOR THE MIDDLE Florida, thane along the .
.
Club took place Wed- DISTRICT OF FLORIDA o.tr'n, of said Section 35, South : :.'
E.E. Bailey, re rearyard nesday at one-thirty with ten TAMPA DIVISION 0 degrcet feet .. PLACE OF ;i
CENTER I1
SECURITIES AND CUTPORK
We.t 664 11\ for a
variance side of 612
(east ) tables in play. EXCHANGE COMMISSION, BEGINNING: Thane North 19
ft. at 6th St. S. Plaintiff, 44 minutes 20 seconds
sq. degree
The hostesses Mesdames
were -
".. Enl 175 feet, thence South 0 de ;1 1 CHOPS
and 11th Ave. S. for a new Ethel Bennett,Ethel Dangler INSURED MORTGAGE AND greet 29 minutes 20 seconds West ;, :
house. TITLE CORPORATION 1991. 74 feet to the Ent and West
Irma Cox and the Misses Laura SUNNILAND DEVELOPMENT t* line of said, Section 35, thence i
7. Adjourn. and Elsie Cochran. CORPORATION OF FLORIDA, South 19 degrees 32 minutes 60 (::
H E C. FINANCE seconds West 27S fet, thence .
Special prizes were awarded CORPORATION Florida North 0 degrtet 29 minutes 20 .,:
corporation and H, E.D.f.nd."t.. seconds East 115 set: thenceNorth
to Mrs. Hertha Voight and CORRIGAN: 29 mmutet 20
G Miss Peggy Poehner,while door d.46Erm: 42 feet to the e1
Notice It hereby given that Charles W..tIn.. of said, tection, 35, thence
prize winners were Mesdames H. Rot. at Receiver' of Sunnlland along said West Section line North w
Eva Development, Corporation of Florida 0 degrees 29 minutes 20 .cond.
Carolyn Metzger Neal at (12:00 clock noon, on the East 1711 97 feet to the place of
Connie Haller] and Mary Land. lath day of March (1964 will ..11 beginning, being, a part of sections,
for Cash the mortgage and note see tend Township9 South,
Table prizes were awarded Curd thereby detcribed. In said Ra Range ,t'E Collier. County, i
T to Mesdames Bertha Adam. Giver's Petition, fl.d, ..n th,. tune. Florida. (Collier, Development
., public tale h.ld at the well front Corp ) Beginning' at the North-
: Stelle Shoreman Virginia floor of the Unitad Stalet Post Of, watt corner of Section 35 Township :
Clark fir. Building 600 Florida Avenue 49 South, Range 29 Eatt.
A. Louise
Dowllng T.mp.. HII.boouII County, Florida ', Collier, County rloride:: Thence
9 Kempley, Dorothy Stanton, : said mortgage and nota of In along I the North line o/ said: seclon,
debtednns .cu.d tll..by are d. North a9 dagress1 minutes 20
Maude Doyle Henri Joern Ic"b.d sa follows: seconds Ent 32612 feat; thence '
Volght Haller and Metzger.The Mot,... ...cul.d by Homer J. South 45 d..'... 29 minutes 20 I 1 MAXWELL
O'Naal and Carol P O'Naal, hia, seconds Watt 214 69 feet, thence
next in this series will wife, and B. F Pool and Ednca South 0 d..'... 29 minutes 20
be same time and March Poole, hit wifa, dated July 21., tecondt Will 513 8.I feat, thence
place. R. 73 minutes 20
1960 racordad In O page South 19 degrees4
4th, with Mesdames Stanton 120 of the Public Records oCol.. seconds W'.I 175 feet to the West
her Counly lo"d.. to SunnI.ndDevelopment' fine, osaid section, U; thence
Bette Brugge and Etta Mundorfas Corporation of Florida ( long said Watt line North 0
hostesses upon tha following piece' or degrees 29 minutes 20 seconds HOUSE
p.c.1 of land 5,1,11.. end beingn East 664 1f..t to the place of
Col".. County Florida to.witBagmning beginning, being, a part of the
CIRCLE at the Northwest cornar North N of the North 65 of the
MEETINGThe
of tha Soul II w..t Quarter of she North *4 of Section 35 Township .
Bonita Baptist Church Southaatt Quarter of Section 30 19 South 'Rabge, 25 East, Collier, 1 *
Township' It South R.".. 29 Eait County, Florida. Ie. W Morris, )
W.M.U. Bobby Miller Circle run thence Ent along in. North Sections 1 I. 1..3. 7. I. 4. 10. II, Instant Coffee
met this week for their Feb- lint of said, SW4 of the SEU of 12, II.4.. It IS (17, 70 21. 22
S.ctlon 30. a distance 01 712 fed 23 26 27. 21 29 10 and Wart H
ruary meeting. to a pont, which .la Ih. Pont, of 0'' Section U. Township. South
Begnnnof. the tract herein, Range 26 Cast Collier County,
.\ssnusns'alll'r: It.Ttlley It was unanimous that a mem- conveyed run thence South 660 Florida
defender for orial for the late Mrs. Carolyn feat to a point, run thence Ent Sectiont, I, 2. 3. 4, I, S, 7. S.
public (132 feet to a point run thane 9 and 10, Townsh,ft:9C: South: ,
the Twelfth. Judicial Circuit l. Hayes be secured and presented North 660 eel to a point' run Ranga 27 East $1 49
thence Will 132 lesto the Point, Florida 1001.
the church
to the
ban amounted MM raiuliclac by W.M.U. Gf Beginning, containing, Z acres. Sactiont, 6. 7, II. 19 30 south of
fur election to thai nfVe, Mrs. Helen Galloway was appointed mora or Ins Slate Road 146) and 31. Township Size .
,
Together with, the Poll 0' obi ga 41 South Range 21 Ent
hubjfd to I the Dvmm-ralie to secure shoes for a lion, described '10 said mo't.... Collier County, Flo"d.
school child along with a con- and the money due and to b.. The West 60 feet of Section, I.
I'rimury on Ma) :5lh.>> 1'allry. come due thereon ..n the principal' Township South, Range 26 East
tribution to the school milk fund, .um of 1620000 Collier:, County, Florid
3$ .r.uld Kridenton altor.ne .
) which is the Said, sale bona, mad pursuant to Alto the Wett 100 feet of Section
group's
wan appointed to (the projectfor .10 Order .nl..d 'n the .bo" ..ntfl.d I, Township, 49 South Rang 26
) the months of February and cues by Unitad StataJudge District EastCollier County, Florida,
public defender punt b) March Any further quiiesrg.r' ding OF LANDS IN THE TREATS
ernor KarrU Itrjant last Mrs. Katherine Spons will said, mot,... may b. addressed to PROPOSED COLLIER WATER MOTTS. FRUIT
July follow uf the R.ce''".' .1 Ibb. address below DISTRICT NO I
x PU"MlIt'I' AUGNEDNlo
/!/ CHARLES H ROSS NOT OF GULF Apple Stla ) .' I Pineapple 29
the Honda l 1'iiblic Defender at Receiver of SunmlandDevelopment AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION
Fred Winter Will Corporation of Sections 25 26 15 and 36 Township J Apple Apricot 'tM'
Act by the 1111\3 Stale I.ett- Florida. 302 StovallProfettional 47 South Range 27 East Apple Raspberry
Ulature. Ills dutieit invohe Bldg Collier' County Florid'
Speak At Naples : 3IS
Tampa Florida Section 75 2( 27 2* 33
the defense of indigent per- /5T M SHACKL..FORD JR ,and 36. Township1 South Range
Attorney for Receiver' 26 Eatt Collier, County Florid
Garden Club MeetThe
Mona charged ..ith felonie 302 Stovall Prof Bldg Sections, I. 2. 29. JO,, 31 and )I,

in the H-county area coveredby month of March will be a Tampa Florida Collier Township; 'County South, FloridaSoot Range' 27 Ettt STEWART'S PILLSBURY'S

the Twelfth Judicial Cir busy one for members the Nap IN CIRCUIT COURT ,ons 4. 5, S. Township 49

cuit. Count leu included in lea Garden Club,starting with the TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT South Florida Range 21 Cast ColIerIh '

regular monthly meeting, Mon. COLLIER COUNTY. t'"tI atkmg that the fora' I BLUEBERRIES PANCAKE FLOUR
the Circuit are Manatee, STATE OF FLORIDAIN going lands be formed into a ....1"m..m.nt .
SaraHola. Charlotte, I.ee. ('01. day, March 2, at 8 p.m. In theWoman' CHANCERYNo district, under Chaplet
Club 2002 512037 l othe Florida Statutet atimended ;

her llendry, Made and !>", On Saturday, March 7, the club MARGIE TAYLOR Plaintiff SMITH, I rca, ,, and. hat that, been the ,filed foregoing m ihn lands ot No. 300 Can29c

Soto. will hold a flower show, which ". will b* affected by the formation of
will also be at the Woman's Club. ROBERT C SMITH Defendant JR laid water maangament dittnct, and 2lb. Box 33c
endered liable' to toation for the i
The annual tour of Naples to NOTICE OF SUIT purpose of paying' the eipenttt oftrgannttion
THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tj ,
and and main
making
and
visit home garden displaysIs --
ROBERT C SMITH JR
BEACH RENTAL scheduled for Saturday, March ,S t L Custom .Drapes. laming necettary the improvement to effect the that purpose maybe : 0 i C -- FRENCH FRIEDONIONS f" SUNSWEETPRUNE
21. Salisbury StrtetMocktville for' which' such District, ,n to beittablithed

Directly on Gulf Beach, Fred Winter, bureau chief for You are .hereby North notified Carolina, that a you are, hereby. and not you,f,ad and to each appear. of i i JUICE

attractively furnished, the Fort Myers News Press,will nut hat been ,filed against you in lot lees than, twenty 'i20)) days altar :
the above entitled cause and you the final nonce" hat been publitfced .
air. nditioned and be the guest speaker at tomorrow ere hereby required 10 larva upon fo' four (4)) weeks. and show caul*. ,.
night' meeting in the Woman' plaintiff attorney whose name and ,f any there be why said water
add,... appear hereon "0'" written management district at tat forth
completely equipped Club Ills topic will be "Native t, detente. it any to the bell of ,n said petition shall not be ..stab.i .
modern beach house Plants Suitable for Home and Gar. complaint in said tuit copy of which i shed
den." .It delivered to you herewith on or Data of first publical, March I 2 49c 40 os 49c
for immediate before March 3ltl A D 1964 '964 Cans
ready Winter formerly was auperln.tendont H.'n fail, not 0' d.".. pro eoifesso MARGARET T SCOTT Sut
after 1st uf Highland Hammock will b. entered again.you Clark of IX* Circuit CourtOf
occupancy for the relief prayed m the bill, ofrsmplemt Collier County Flor d'SEAL'
1964. Large liv. State Park at Sebrlng. In all, he ''
April, Th. nature of laid, Suit being fodivorce .
spent seven years in the U.S. Park B/ / / 'INFO MAGILL
room with M., I I. IS 22 1904 4II
ing open Service WITNESS mv hand and the teal .
fireplace and screened All vi sitorsfr lends, and guestsare nf ..... Court at Naples Florida thit7th "
> A D I MMAROAKF.T
day of February Mira eta s.A. Lea
overlooking the Invited to attend Monday's regular T SCOTT u SPECIALS fOR MON. TUES. a WED:
porch
dub meeting a spokesman Clerk Circuit Court fm) 1m3 mI ,

Gulf Four bedrooms, said. ''CLERK By SEAL INEZ!;) MAGILL !

three baths, electric Deputy. ClerkSHEPPARD ww vve Ivy Av.

kitchen with all mod- CALL THK: NEWS FOR "".,n.y for *plaintiff ANDERSON i
ItUBIiKIC: STAMPS POlo. "1510 Ft Myers' Ff., TERMITES 5U NSH FRIDAYSUPREX
conveniences and Mar I I I li 22 l I'*4 ItS2Wc. ,; u
ern
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appliances, including 2 WORK ALL YEAR

TVs with cable connec :-x. ;: car AROUND 725 51h AVINUI, SOUTH (QUANTITIES LIMITIDIHONE: 'MI 2-2757

tion. Cfltetrical Sm Qrlci'

Contact your brokeror INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL

Call( MI 2-4763 I .
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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SUNDAY, MARCH 1 1. 1964

WASHINGTON (AP)-In the vending machine company in

We Have Our Problems-Along With Our BlessingsAll news CLA from. Washington Sen.I Richard which major Baker but unlisted has been stockholder.called a

B. Russell DoG 110. "V The committee is InvestlgaU
Ing whether Baker engaged in
of Collier County is experiencing story building almost an impossibility heavyweight Cassius Clay will boxing be subject champion to any conflict-of-interest deals

growing pains (which can certainly be If City Council could control the cost 0 f s "harassment, humiliation and while serving as secretary to

considered a blessing) and with this, land by ordinance that would be close Insults such as he has never ex.perlenced" Senate Democrats, a post he
of his segregationist quit under fire Oct. 7,
just as with youngsters, must come a to a perfect solution. views.because

few problems.Here The County Commission and Gul f Speaking to the Senate Friday ROWAN: Carl T. Rowan,

in Naples the question of build. American Land Corp., both of whom Russell quoted from interviews called "a man of Intelligence
courage and integrity" by Pres.
the new
tth Cia in which
height In the downtown businessarea want to control the drainage district >
Ing hamplun said he wanted to as. {Went Johnson, has taken overas
plus the ever-present beach erosion which will cover a sizeable portion of the si,'late with his own race, would director of the U.S. Information .

problem, has the spotlight at the county, will probably let the courts decide 1'I not picket' and or engage in Integration demon.'tratlolls ., Rowan Agency., former ambassador to

moment. The off.street parking problem the question for them. It is regrettable uf the races opposes Finland, was sworn in Friday to

is clamoring for attention, too. that a more amenable solution cannot I ; //\VA "lie will pay' for this," said succeed the ailing Edward R.
It 0 Russell leader of the Southern Murrow, Rowan's wife and 'two
A few brow.wrinklers in the county be found, but it seems imperativethat t V President Johnson
sons and
I senators opposed to civil rights a
include the drainage district problem, the the county government have controlof I legislation "lie will need a large group of officials and

"Alligator Alley" hassle, a proposed second such an important project one that 'higher; degree of courage than friends attended the ceremony.
.aen he climbed\ into the ring Rowan is the highest-ranking
entrance to Everglades National Parkin will affect, either directly or indirectly, '
t IL UI ))4iiki1 with (former champion Sonny) Negro in the government and
the 40-Mile Bend area before the entrance every resident of the county. What the Liston." the first to sit in regularly on

at Everglades City Is complete, and courts will decide Is a moot question. \ /iii Cabinet meetings and also meet.
of the National
BAKER: The Senate Rules ings Security
several other minor ones that are secondary The County Commission and the 1. i Committee has received word Council.CONNALLV.KENNEDYI.

In comparison and need not be Everglades City Council have officially ) that Edward Levlnson, Las Ve

named. gone on record as opposing constructionof gas, Nev., hotel and gambling : Tex.
asiiio as Gov. John D, Connally, who
operator, would get in
The beach erosion problem, of course, a third entrance to Everglades National JK' touch with it Monday and !,roh. was wounded when President

is not exclusive with this area. As a Park until the entrance at Everglades Cityis abl) would testify shortly after John y, Kennedy was assassl.

matter of fact, the coastline of the entire completed. It is to be hoped that other wards. nated, paid his first visit to

United States is slowly eroding away and local governments will voice opposition, $V _. searching U. S. for marshals Levinson have and Benjamin been. Kenned)'s grave Friday

the problem is nation-wide in scope. for the Western Gateway at Everglades Slgelbaum, Miami, Fla.. TAX CUT: The Internal Rev.

Mayor Archie Turner has arranged for can be of tremendous benefit to the entire real estate operator, In connection enue Service says employers
with the committee's: probeof should apply the new, reduced
W. Randolph Hodges, Director of the county not just Everglades City the activities of Robert G. withholding rates to any pa).

State Conservation Department, to visit alone. u ,,rD;: .. Baker ex.secretar' to the Sen. checks due on or after March,
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the in the future. Perhaps As for ate Democratic majority. even if the pay period coveredby
area near some "Alligator Alley" the County :
::;: ::: Levlnson and Slgelbdum have the check began before the
remedy for beach erosion will result. Dads have wisely, we feel, decided to v.: been descried as financial new tax cut bill became law last

Meanwhile, groins seem to be the best go ahead with securing the right-of-way [ r.. * hackers of the Serv.U Corp., a Wednesday.

found to date. for the road between Naples and Ft. : SIGHT-SEEING QUIZ'!

As to the height of buildings in Lauderdale. Barron Collier Jr. gave this LETTERS/ _:. C Jl 1yt :1 Proclamation ,,' .V>'OfiIi''

downtown Naples, this would seem to effort a tremendous boost last week To The XterSv I *

be a problem that will solve itself as time when he donated 1,067 acres of land to 7/L J I WHEREAS, The Tourism In.

goes on. It is to be seriously doubtedthat the right-of-way for much-maligned EDITOR ', dustry is a chief (tartar in the From The

City Council can limit height by Alligator Alley. Other large landowners ecunuin. oi Naples' \ Florida, and Mailbag

( ordinance. The Miami Beach Council recently probably will donate land, too. The road A JAS 1. dens WHEREAS docs contribute, Caribbean greatly Gar.to

attempted to ban high-rise buildings will, of course, help them considerably EARN MEMBERSHIPS this tourist economy through! its By HAL BOYLE

through ordinance. The courts declared but it also will help the entire county as Editor Collier COIt"t,,i; :News; efforts in advertising and pro.
muting tourism to
Naples.
it unconstitutional. well. It Is to be hoped that the many The Community Concerts program -1t I and does further provide visitors 1 NEW YORK (AP)-Things a| million
imperial palace. It will
I It would seem that the cost of landin small property owners who will be involved for 1964.65: promises to bea and residents alike a place of columnist might never know if have an underground garage
fine one with the Vienna Doys outstanding beauty and he didn't open his mall:
the downtown area will have con- will be as generous as the large Choir as headline attraction Our inept, andWHEREAS enjoy. American working girls are, for 150 cars, a dining room that

siderable bearing on the matter. If the landowners, but it already is establishedthat membership drive for 1904.65 the Greater Naples going to town in a big way., will seat that 500 persons will and a front

cost of land becomes so high that a low. many of them will demand, and get, will take place the week of March Chamber of Commerce has an. Around 1900, one out of five:|, garden 18,000 persons for afternoon accommodate tea.
9.14. Each year we need workersto flounced that employed women earned her
it will
rise building would not be profitable, for their land.It sponsor a [ Folklore: To cure a sore
payment help us pick up renewal mem quint c, ,iture week to honor and thank Caribbean -, pay on a farm or ranch. Today
then the number of stories would haveto is said that "Problems Go WithProgress" berships and to obtain new ,C uC. USED WASHINGTON AS Gardens, March 1 1. 1964 1 I only one out of 40 does throat bedtime, tie around Jour neck at

be geared to economic necessity. A in which case this area can members.Several HEADQUARTERS THE HOME OF A NEW IN HIS ENGLAND, IT WAS POET LATER, through March 7, 1964; more But the women are getting worn during a stocking the day.you If have you

far-fetched and somewhat ridiculous ex- expect quite a few in the next few years. earned their of own our memberships workers hay by JartNTt's119stnslrssvw'39d010WV1 ARCHIE NOW, TURNER THEREORE By virtue, of I,,; buying valuable-they 20 per cent of nnw all new are trim your fingernails on Friday

ample is New York City The cost of So let's count our blessings along with bringing In $75 in memberships ALSStAitrn the authority vested, in me as life Insurance policies Issued in you week.won't have a toothache fora
10 Wearing silver
or adult a
d land there would make a three or four our problems. earn their memberships fares. Students by bring may r a.VAJMI 3V3N 3500H MOn3 N
ing in $37.50 in express Woodrow Wilson was the first
F/f'jr'A" 11f'; : fo// ..:, :' .r" 10 student fares memberships, plus one. aduIU or) -Smoltey hanks from the City and its citl. owners.reflect the Cats personalities the of their UJS. president to earn his doc.
: Says / on other hand
..... > z"nstql Caribbean
>
(....ei/:. .M+.... ......,"'. "' ; ..., ,:wQt1U: .JI..U................-.v,.....,, ......!!'!_o. ........F. :'., Jare. Workers may earn twi personnel) and- t4lMri'Julfus'Flpisctimann Gardens, its'generally lead thelqj!IJyes, at. toral degree the hard way,. Illsthbsisnon"rbngreSSlonil !
memberships if they wish. SCARS LIKE for the cording to their own sense of! gdvern.
THfsf'rAxe ,
great set
Perhaps some of ment, published in 1884 kl.
; ran
your corres; vice discipline ,
A LONG TIME rendered this
10 HEAL! community
pondents and ; to 15 editions and him
readers would help urge all citizens of Fire is man's most warming won a
Naples to
us with this work, either for the demonstrate their appietlatlonto 1 friend-and still one of his most Ph. D. from Johns Hopkins

. . . .. sake of earning their own Moe Caribbean Gardens for Its memberships or just to As so.
OPINION give us, trlbutlons to the development and losses from fire have exceededa
To Each Ills Own a hand. We are always delighted, welfare of billion dollars a year for the elation has warned that those
Naples and
to have new workers and new that ; declare 1 last seven years. who imbibe up to eight high.
People are usually willing to meet each member *. both in and around the week of March 1, 1064 In ancient Greece Aristotle balls daily may develop fatty
d other half way, but their judgments of Naples CARIBBEAN through March 7, 1964 shall 1 be once counted the teeth, of his liver no matter how well.round.
distances vary considerably. If you could help us beat the in GARDENS' WEEK housekeeper and those of ed their diet.Quickies .
On Changing Jobs -THE RODNEY (ONT.) MERCURYClearly bushes a bit to find some workers Naples this for the purpose of honoring male servant. He found the a : A tobacco seed In
we will certainly appreciate outstanding altr l. five months can produce a plant
woman had
four
Don't make the mistake of marrying hute of our community. fewer teeth, so
Defined it. Anyone Interested may call l for hundreds of 20 million times its own weight.
IN years it
WITNESS was
continue :
your secretary and think you'll V.HEREOFhaveset !
elthert Mrs John Insomnia is a problem to
one
Pulling MI. taken for
A totalitarian state is one where hand granted that men had
to dictate to her every. my and seal of the
out of
2.3335: Mrs. II two people. Five out of
or
B. Watkins four more teeth than
AtBURNiuLB (ip'LA.1) STAR thing is forbidden that's not compulsory.THE Jr., 2.2844. City of Naples, on this 25th! day Our women. six nudists are male.

-TilE ClILKRYVALE: (KAN.) REPUBLICAN Thank you for your cooperation. of and February sixty four, nineteen hundred 1 fanatic quotable is someone notables who can't"A It was Francois Rabelais who

change his mind said in his last will and testament .
and
won'tchange
I ARCHIE
Mrs. John Pulling All this woodland wasted MAORATTESTf TURNER, tho subject" Winston "1 owe much; I have
others Mrs. H.B.Watkins Jr. needlessly! Churchill. nothing the rest 1 leave to the

I say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Membership Committee -- -- Elsie Lehman Japan is building a new $20. poor."

City Clerk
(Editor's Note: We sincere''Iy!! nit On It
Rook hope that publication of -- -. -
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Uangols Ceze.
very kind letter will
result j 1 n
Many citizens would be flittered and is not yet a candidate-though he may some help for you and your committee France, man was eating mos Ilis'f i I.i.1
happy to And their name In a Who'f ultimately be. in this very worthwhll 1;' sels and pondering what to << COLLIER COUNTY I

Who. But being complied right now U a These threatened species, bedeviled by project) buy his wife when he bit on
listing of another, dec'4dly melancholy man or Nature's own wilfulness, range a solution. One mussel contained By KURT CRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
from the 100-foot blue whale which a pearl.
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aort. of Including those who --- -
weighs In at 160 tons, to tiny tree frogs 4, -- --- -
have got It made, it catalogues those of South Jersey Why they face extinc-
who are getting It in the ':"''" ::: :
neck. Inter- l
tion, and what I Is being done or can be +
national conservation leader announce done to prevent it-like breeding in \ ;
they are .5eL.L.'H: C E R.
beginning
publication of a
captivity outlined in the volume. The .
volume of the world' creatures that are World Wildlife Fund, in declaring that N' I I I YmACROSS l L. A MIA. HORI1CToLCNT

facing extinction. So it's really a kindof ignorance and carelessness are In large AI t riT G t
Who Was Who.
part the cause of the creatures' undoing, 50N.EAt.EARENDORSE.C.AL.M
The book Is being brought out 29ln'lglfI
by the
says that this Is
not just an Hth-hour '
World Wildlife Fund, the conser'ltionoreanlzation Eg'I'I. 31 .\ Bell fur
established rmer.'ncy-"U' 10 minutes to midnight sacred beetle _.... RAP CODES
under
Swiss ."
law in 1941 that has submitted a World : WOIII.an'l s 32, Qb nuloui| MODEL..TO ,M ...
Since the
last dodo bird died on th- i l lI
Wildlife Chatter to the United Nations.It island of Mauritius in 1681, more thane title 34 Atom ORAL..PATEL.l.ARAM.
contends that conservation is for th lOll other animal species have vanished 12 Wolfish 37 Auburn BOnC EPETAPCS
benefit of man, as well as for wild Now about 1.000 specie are threatened 13. Serpent 38. Simple E.MAN
creatures themselves, and that It behooves The Woild Wildlife Fund has a goal oft 14 Bungled sugar LEGUME RONt.DE.B4R I
men to do something about f an operating budget of S4 million a year 15 Sporujaikri 41 Faun or F. SNI". .
when animals cannot. Already the book by I960, and anyone who would like to Bertha -

has 500 pages listing endangered species save the Kund itself from possible extinction 16, The suds 44. Internal SOLUTION Or YfSTfKDAY'S. .-U77IS___n I II I
of mammals! fishes, birds, reptiles, imphibians is more than welcome to contribute I 17.1 In disagree45 Beginning v I, ,
invertebrate, and Man :2 Kcmcilv: 9.bantUt ,11"-" '
plants. to it.-The Hartford Courant 46 Truei
men! 3, ,
Fruit 1 i'e.'l I IIfill'
18, Curvrd 47 Eng, nov At Ii
4.., slc.utowbarkv l 1<11111II
. Campaign: Should Be Dropped letter alit PlaurtI = '

& & 1 19 Sustain 48.11 hilt an- I S .lust \
Regardless of what one may think On a number of occasions. Adv ertUinr :24 Carden; ullil h dro. 5 I Including( t tired people in the not' so'dls-
6 1 j. .\boUIl0.
about /IU\t
Cov. LeRoy Collins, no one can Age has voiced the feeling that clgaret plant carbon bring tant past

say that this surprising president of the smoking may be suffering from con- 25, IVtivofti' 1K\\N: 7. ,Vbme :21 Feud i The Calusa Society was divl.
8. Arab
National Aim of Broadcasters does not demnation as a health hazard on insufficient tee I 1... I'ung :22.: Sled Steep haul ded into clans ruled by elders
10 I and
garmentfor \
speak his mind, no matter how uncom or inconclusive evidence. We logs t1 awl medicinemen who posses.
fortable it may make his constituency still feel l 4 the 'power' or medicine.
that S
this is true. a 1 a l /a" 21. Odin The head
within the NAB. Like his comic-strip But we agree wholeheartedly with / brother session of medicineman the had pos.
sacred bundles
political prototype of"yesteryear, "11e COY. Collins' assessment of the current I' : ,IJ :14. N ohm\ ; the sign of authority. Inheritanceand ,
wears no man's collar.
In his most recent Job of speakingout Lucky Strike advertising. In fact, v\e ,. ./ IS 26 White its : the lineage were traced through
Cov Collins castigated the current tuck this campaign to task almost as :l7 \rudl' mother's line, since these
Lucky Strike "Separates the men from soon as it wa announced-In an editorial 0 0 '7 0 I' 28. Jap drama people had the erroneous concept .
the boys-but not from the girls" commercials appearing In these column on 10. .\llInl Calusa Social Life v'I peculiar to Asiatics,that life
26-on ,I' 10 lrt passes through the female Instead
almost
as "brazen, cynical: (touting of the identical ground 00[ U. 33 Alleged *
the concern of millions of American voiced by Cov. Collins it is a too- fo What type or Government did of the father.
parents about their children starting the clever, too-cynical attempt to voice acceptable 4 ,/ 113 rr 11 1ef 301cldm reI't t he Ancient Calusa Indians have? us to name the number of're.guUtlons All members of the clan were
smoking habit words with the kind of leer H Tapering The ancient Calusa Indians as similar between the I called "brothers" and a young
that almost guarantees iion-acctpUble 1efa / ", solid veil\ as our modern Seminoles Indians and ancient Semitic peaplea I man had to marry outside of the
-. rttpon.ct. allow a patriarchal order of IOv.trnm.nt. "an. Incidentally In such a ma
IN A NATION where adequate Incentives 1'hl,11 advertising inn du without ; "Jse 36. IIrrotnr 01 Las of clean: and un Outstanding is the fact that all inarchal society, the one having
exist-especially where there Is The current theme should/ be dioppcd, U Luhengnn'r lean follow\ almost the same or. these Indians had flood accounts luthorlty was not the father but
a tax structure that Simulates rather and quickly, to save Lucky Strike and .31 ,0/ ao Jf 1A 39. VV'itnessed ier as that of the ancient Sem.t. in perverted forms of tho Gen the uncle on the mother's side!
thin slides business spending-inves- the ugaret people from further embarrassment 4t # 010. Gaelic I ... Fort' days: are usually esls History A hero Is According to the Spanish ar.
lore are willing to take risk*. In such and to demonstrate, at a time ,,41 f'; 4J U. catduned4J : he: periods of uncleanllness fort Identified as coming to always hives: the Calusas had several
a favorable Investment climate, rapid when such a demonstration may bot of 4' boe Worldwide death In a family birth, sick.i evil in the form of a smash assemblies during the year us-
economic growth can be expected. the greatestaiue, that advertising' hall _urken r .... Fish without scales were or dragon Whether St. serpent ally at the change of seasons
/ Albert L. the ability and the willingness to George, a i full moon.
Nlclct"orJ keep I' 0 group lot to be eaten. Animals witl10JUt Siegfried, Navajo or Aztec
/, SOCOHU Mobil 0.1 Company, ht.If its own house In order through effective Nothing l a clown hoof were to be we tee the same theme god Similar to this Is the Green
lell.rriUlatltln.-AdurrU'llIg+. Age tiT* 24 /",ft. u _01_.... 46 Near 'shunned Cud.chewer could be related l stories prove the These close Corn: Dance and Sn>k" Dance of
aten. Time will KIt! permit relationship; of the Seminole Indians still held to.
these
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In Convenient Chub Paks LEANER FRESHER


'Our Town' Is Naples Town, ,I q BRAND w, D. Ground Beef



Rated 'So Much Alike' 1 Y+ 1rr V

BY FRANK OTTE publicly imposed Its ugly volup. to the good old days. There is y Ibs.
You must see "Our Town" to tuousness in nearly every phase: the shy little romance betweenthe
appreciate how similar It Is to of theater and literature as It son of the town doctor and 3 SAVE S10047c
our Naples; how alike are the has today. the daughter of the local editor
vices, the virtues, the adventures Of course, "Our Town"dra. youthful courtlnr between two love /
In life from birth .. t M J4
todeath.
matlcally romantic but so ers which Is managed with beau.
be It on the stage or anywhere wholesome, so sweet you will tlful simplicity. Call this "go.
In any small town In America. wish that once again our sex. Ing steady" If you will but It $ l &
Such is the opportunity to see wise conditioning could revert has tnat iragrance which doesn't >i> >*
ourselves as others see us on Off,
need those restraints 1m posed by C' '
March 20 and 21 when The Na. Ann Landers. FXCELW.
pIes} Players present Thornton Too Many MillersIn We who are mature wUl re.
Wllder's Pultlzer Prize play at Jolce In this Old-fashioned court. I a ,
the Naples Junior High School Divorce 'Mill1 Ing. And you who are younger Prim Effrtfvt March 2 thru 4
auditorium.
LONDON (AP) A divorce can wish for it. Or that your
"Our STORE HOURS
Town"
Is a simple and case gave the judge and court wedding might have a similar
New evocative chronicle of a small stenographer a tough time Fri. poignant and understanding dig. OPEN 'TIL 6.30 MON. TO THURS
tlally England no different community essen. day. The plaintiff was named nlty. All this is for you (of OPEN 'TIL 9:00 p.m. FRI. SILVER
from Naples Millar, the defendant was any age) as portrayed In "Our
except weather.wise. OPEN 'TIL 7.00 SAT
five Twenty. named Millar-Ford, the cores. Town" as the Naples Players pm.
years ago, "Our Town" deal gently with those
pondent was named Mellor and phlloso.
'
became one of the great playsof of life which Quantity Rights Reserved a
the chief witness was named phies seem to be
S-
all limes; still let A play Miller. lost in our present turmoil. o :.
set In an age arparently clean. When Justice Sir Seymour I urge all to see this play, _
long er than ours, an age of dignity Karmlnskl finally gut It all sort. which, wun such an f ffectlveNaapolltan 1 e
before sex so blatantly and, ed out he awarded Monica Mil. cast, achlev scenes of .
lIr, 24, a divorce decree from rare food taste and truth. For
Realtors Board Michael Millar, 26, a singer us oldsters It is a loUc-back to t
known professionally as Emile our own period of courting and .
Hears Ad Talk
By Ford, on the grounds of his love. For the young It can bea _
Marshall Wyatt adultery with his secretary, wishful look ahead with hope .
Miss Constance Mellor, 22, at. that their life might equally ach.
Marshall Wyatt, advertising tested to by a private detective, ieve the compassions of this haun. Contest Rules
manager of the Collier County Dennis Miller, 38. tingly beautiful play. ,1 Simply estimate
length of ribbon on
Dally News, was the guest _
speaker at the Naples Board ol ti 1 r dliplay In your favorite
Realtors luncheon meeting held Kwik Chek. Closest titl-
Friday at the Beach Club Hotel. mata entered at each
"Newspaper advertising," t' MON. TUE. WED. Kwik Chak will win
said Wyatt, "when properly beautiful S piece
handled can produce effective Silvar ISO
results and most often does, DEEP-CUT SPECIALS
but It Is not a magic wand I ( lN ll. wQ
that by Itself can accomplish
SAVE 9c LIMIT TWO WITH OTHER PURCHASES KELLOGG
all that the advertiser may EXTRA TOP VALUE
expect or desire. with thle.p.* and the 8
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"Primarily he expects his SA0andahUGrad,.Quick A Corn Flakes P.,. 10
advertising to perform one f" ., I r .
rri. ie Came Hens hA. STAMPSI
,
basic function ... to sell merchandise ., ,
i J SAVE *c LIMIT THREE WITH OTHER PURCHASES SUWANNEE
a service or an idea. LIMIT ONI rm $
In a realtor's case It couldbe Ceuptn Valid Thtaugh 303

all three." % r J Tomatoes (- 7e

details m UN : K N O Wr
Describing the of an .r t
ad, Wyatt said," It must be so SAVE 17e STALErCorn
50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
presented that it arouses interest with thli and lha prch..f 32 IL Id.
Idea, is easy clearly to read and,conveysthe Inducesthe \ Cook taupta Quick' Brand*. Oil 3 Limit Three $))00

reader to action. Beer' Cubes ,*. 89c w I.
"Whether an ad achieves Its 0td 'nly Kwlk Chat: Wlnn.Dlnla I Star.. SAVE 4c JOAN OP ARC
aim depends upon the psychology LIMIT I ONI Valid Tht CUITOMEIC.up.n ..h.'K" He. 300 Call
of its sales appeal and upon 10PPS
its copy, illustration (if any), 6 1 11't' Kidney Beans. llmlt Three
layout and typography. If one .
of the internal elements Is mishandled r
the ad probably will 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS 2c BEECHNUT CLAPP'S OR GERBER STRAINED
have little chance for suc with this e.upen and pinch.,..1
cess. The use of a poor picture + J4 t f 1 McKintie Speckled Frozen. Rnhv Fond uM 7e
more to harm sell than a house"will do v tv 11 Butter Beans 2 iPtskp 98t 0 i a>oue
good. O..d only Kwih Ch.k a wine Dint.5,. S
He emphasized that a good wart ', t I/tit LIMIT ONI Pal CUSTOMER SAVE oc ASSORTED COLORS WHIT ARROW \
picture 'In'an ad catches thereader's 111 C.,_.., V.lid_ rhr.ueh_ M.r.h_ 4_
._ ..
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eye, but In addition r 400 do "'.
to a good picture words are PHIL HARRIS, recently appointed manager of the Facial I Tissue 2 25c'r
said.needed to make the point, he Edgewater Beach Apartments, reports a "full house" lMlI.l: STAMPS' .

during March at the newly completed beachfront 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE SAVE 20c DEEP SOUTHPeanut
Often the names of satellites
apartments in the Before with Ihll reupe" and the pvrthai. .!
Moorings.
are acronyms words formed from !! being appoint. Vahlslng Frozen e
the initial letters of compound ed as managing director of the Edgewater, Harris Butter.49
names. Examples are Samoa was manager of the Rod and Gun Club of Everglades French Fries 5 a,. 89c
(Satellite and Missile Observations .
0d anly Kwlk Chtlr I Wlnn.DUIa Slor l
Systems), Midas (Missile and before that was manager at the Beach LIMit ONI PM CUSTOM DIXIE DARLING ANGEL DIXIE DARLING RAISIN
Defense Alarm System) and Tiro Club Hotel. c..V.IIHh..hM..h4
(Television Infrared Observation t Food Cake tL 39c Bread 20 e:.M 29cFRESH
Satellite). Sunday March 1. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5 I

THE FURNITURE FAIR PRO.'O.UCE.

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2 Pkl. 1geGOLDEN


PLASTIC FINISH BAKED ON

I f J i CHOOSE WALNUT OR WHIT kI RIPE


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Per Pound I Dc


Delicious When

> Served With

foNIYIJ.er Corn Flakes '
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On Sale Today!
TYKES/ SUGAR CREEK CHUNK

DOWN Bologna SA :'lo'3ge, '


this bedroom has everything! % fW MOATOH'S ,

..... ...... DEERPIEID FROZEN CUT ChlckeeTurkeyorBeef

S fcoilr ta rtfM ....Jvri* W -* tt i1OU !'! Corn 2;.Ib. 39C

Gn ....,. _, .Iwi. ...... $89pbrffc it (. Meat Pies

Compare At ,


bedroom has more features$139.50This than we have room to mention. At first FROZEN FOODSMORTON 5 f Bge 1n 'O' t r YJ .P PT

glance you'll notice the smart design and heavy plank tops, and that the
finish I Is baked on to be resistant to scratches and man, even alcohol. Youll FROZEN COCONUT BLUE BONi 1 "v .'P.1

note the tilting mirror and the sliding panel headboard, but youll have to Cream Pies 3 far, $100 Margarine III.31c
come in to tee the beautiful new finish. Then you'll want to glide open a

( center-guided drawer and see the beautiful interior. Youll have to come

In soon, at this low, low price, we're not going to have these very long. .d -.

TOP VALUE: STAMPS' 'Y ..: Private Nest 'E0g''

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THE FURNITURE FAIR
ArmixShortening Dalmomco ElbowMacaroni French VanillaExtract Plastic Container NBC Shortbread

!i! NORTH TRAIL at SEAGATE RD OPEN MON. A FRI. NIGHTSL'II Clorox Cookiosjjjjj.j.j.I


PHONE MI 2-3837 G lb. 59 2 1.... 25CPh. 2.Size,. 45C Half Cal. 39C

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 1. 1961 .rt y.n r Revival OpensIn




Try Voice Recordings In Church Immokalee Today



Chroniclina Of Hisforv ItNOKALEERevival Ser-
W0tLIt vices will begin at the First
I Baptist Church In Immokalee
By JOSEPH E. MOHBALT the Kennedy Library to be builton rat today March 1.and run through

WASHINGTON (AP) A the banks of Boston's Charles e l r a C+ ,,, JANE M.tRTINAmigos" March 8th. The services will
unique adventure In the chron. River. i ) begin each evening at 730. Nur
Icllng of.history began this Some of them-for reasons of sery services will be provided -
weekend as Robert F. Kennedy national security or to avoid 1 for children
became the' first of 500 public embarrassment where personal. nG 4 'tau ages 13.
.
and Mexico
from Springfield, III., to Peru The evangelist will be Rev.
figure relatives, friends and sties are discussed-may not be
toes-to record In his own voice made< public during the lifetimes Several businessmen in the Illinois town have organizeda Herman Cobb. pastor of the

the year and crisis of the late of the persons Involved. to promote better understanding in foreign countries Twelfth Street Baptist ChurchIn
trip
President John F. Kennedy. The Interviews will be con. Gtdsden. Ala. Rev. CobbIs
in
and Mrs. D. M. Cress were
It la hoped-although plannersof ducted In four phases.In Mrs. C. E Bostick pastor of one of the lead-
the John Fitzgerald Kennedy the first round< which got Naples for a few days this week with Mrs. W. H. Franklin Ing churches in Alabama. He

Library aren't even discussing under way after a luncheon for before meeting their husbands and other members of has held many responsible places .
It yet -that Soviet Premier the Interviewers Friday, about
will all spend 1 10 daysin of leadership In Alabamaand
Khrushchev will take part In the 200 officials-from the Cabinet, the group In Miami on Friday. They

project. Congress, White House and 'judiciary _..." -\f.m I. -" .I.a---........... Peru and 10 days in Mexico and in both countrieswill Tennessee. He was Invited
The attorney general talked -will be interviewed. to preach In an Evangelistic -
of interest and be entertained by
be shown
long Into the night and contln In the second phase, such "VARIATIONS On A Theme By Tie. continue at the gallery through Thurs points Crusade in Scotland and
ued Saturdayrecording his mem. family members as the late the mayors and other officials of the towns they visit. England in 1959 along with sixty
ones of his assassinated broth president's< widow and< mother polo, No.2" is one of the paintings by clay, March 5. A one-man shop, of Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Remington are givinga other Southern Baptist min

er. Helping him, by acting as an will record their memories of Cleveland artist John Teyral in the paintings by Darrel Austin opens at their home on Galleon Drive. The partyis isters.
cocktail
interviewer, was author and for. Kennedy. So will such political current exhibition at the Harmon Gal- March 6. The latter will be the fifthin party of Other places of responsibility
Clarke
Mrs. John M. ,
mer Ambassador John Bartlow allies as Mayors Robert F. Wag. in honor of their houseguest, and leadership held
Martin.In net and Richard< J. Daley of lery at 1258 Third Street South in Na a major series of eight nationally Del. Cobb Include by Rev.
Wilmington, Vice-moderator
the end the tape.recorded New York and Chicago, Cov. ples. The showing of paintings by significant exhibitions schedule in week with :
Bard has left after a of the
Mrs. Emerson Birmingham Baptist Association -
Interviews some of which will Pat Brown of California, and old< and Roy
the
sculpture noted this
Teyral by new Naples gallery for this
Massachusetts season. Bard Lana. Before comingto ; first vice-president
be filmed-will be deposited< In cronies. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Spyglass
Roller. M.. Rlnnrh, hnarrlchairman American sculptor, John Rood, will and visited of Alabama Baptist Pastor's
y Naples, Mrs. Bard was in Puerto Rico, on
of U.s. Steel, who Conference; served on boardof
Itinerant, 68, clashed with Kennedy over steelprices i t Pastor Arrives Dilute condensed black bus. n Angrlfood used to be baked at the east coast of Florida. She is now en route to her trustees, Birmingham Bap-

Pleads GuiltyTo In 1962, will participate soup with bouillon and heat; an ir a lower temperature than la recommended home in Winnetka, III. tist Hospitals and the execu-
as will a political foe, former: At Full Gospel in a little medium sherry just b e!i' nowadays. Cookery Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cort Jr. and their three childrenare live board of the Alabama Bap-
Bank Vice President Richard M. Nix. fore serving. Garnifch with swirl s authorities believe that the faster
Robbing Community Church of lemon peel and sliced: hard I- baking keeps the cakes moist here from Marietta, Ga., and staying in th! Charles tist Convention.

TAMPA (AP-Albert McKee on.The third round remains In 1 The Full Gospel Community cooked egg and tender. Baird Prices' guest house. Mrs. Cort Is the Prices' daughter. While pastor In Tennesseehe
pleadedguilty served as a member of the
C8 year.old Itinerant, the planning stage. But it prom.''church announced the arrival of TIME
In U.s. District Court Friday Lees interviews with International '' Don Paul. GET-TOGETHER State Executive Board trusteeof
their Rev
new pastor,
to the $1,300 holdup of the figures whose destinies son, and his wife Margie and their Mrs. Tooke Rates Reunion time for Westwood Country Club members. Carson Newman College
Capital National Bank. touched Kennedy's. No agreements three children Donna, Jimmy and Former president of the club (which is in suburban Cleveland vice-president the Tennessee
McKee pleaded guilty to two have been reached yet, from Nevada Mo. Baptist Pastor's Conference
Bobby ,
the
counts of the three. ount indict. but it's hoped such leaders as Rsv. Paulson's parents, Rev. ) Sterling N. Farmer and Mrs. Farmer are at and trustee of Baptist Hospital -

ment. The government droppedthe Khrushchev, French President and Mrs. George Paulson of Kui. Beach Club as are Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Reid. And Mr. In Knoxville He was recently -

third< count, which charged Charles de Gaulle, Prime Mln. sas City, Mo., will be assistant New Library High and Mrs. Kenneth Clarke are at the Essex House. Former chosen by the Southern
that he entered< the bank with later Nehru of India, former .
the Intent of robbing It. He said Prime Minister Harold MacMll. pastors.Rev.. Henry M. Drunk,presl. Westwood members who now call Naples home are Baptist Convention to be the

he made the decision after geU Ian of Britain and Indonesia's' dent and founder of Harvest Time seeing to it there are plenty of golf games and parties. Alabama member of the Radio-

ting He Inside will be the sentenced bank. later. President Sukarno will partici publication,*!!! be present for the7pjn. On List Of Needs Friday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson of the CanterburyCourt Television Commission.

.
pate.The service tonight (Sunday)
final phase of Interviewswill Also present will be Evangelist entertained and both Sunday and Tuesdav Mrs. School MenusThe
MOlt recipes for French-fried bring together panels of figures .. include her West-
Gerald< Derstlne and family of --- W. Miller Cook; is giving parties to
pnlons suggest dipping the onion to go over outstanding Sarasota. friends. menu at Lake Park School
tunes in milk and thin la flour events In Kennedy's career wood and local
,
before frying. Howevvr, U you such as the unsuccessful Cuban A planned special< for dedication later In March serviceIs at 4 Mr. Key Foster who has been seriously ill hope l-/s for MONDAY the coming Goulash week: ,buttered -

.re making up eonw batter for Bay of Pigs Invasion and< the which time there will be a three. doctors will give him permission to come to Naples from sliced
frying chicken, ute it for the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. spinach peaches,
day convention with guest speak. Ala. around the middle of March. Mr. Foster
onion rings a well ee the Birmingham, bread butter and milk.
chicken.: Don't Be A.Litterbug ers The to be Full announced Gospel C < church later: .is_ an u has sold his apartment at the Reef Club so plans to TUESDAY .- Chill with

non-denomlnatlonal church locat. be at the Beach Club. beans crackers, salad, sliced -
NAPLES .
NEWEST
MOST
MODERN
ed one block off Kelly Road in carrots fudge brownies
Robert Collins in Miami Thursdayto
"' Mr. and Mrs. were
HAIR FASHION SALON Avalon Estates.
This Week Special! meet their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. milk.WEDNESDAY-- Bologna cup

\ tr. + PERMANENT Special Prices KEEP GEORGIA GREENS s Montgomery, who came in from Villanova, Pa. SaturdayMr (mashed potatoes), harvard
Si' s WAVE SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) The and Mrs. Collins will give a cocktail party at their beets, strawberry jello with
on Tinting
Bleaching operator of a service station at milk.THURSDAY .
Fro tlnl. Toning Savannah has planted a collard p nr home on Rudder Road for the Montgomerys.Mr. pineapple -- Hamburgers,
patch beside his station to at. Miller of Garden L. I.
and Mrs. John R. City, ,
"All W.rk Will a. U".... HM Supcrvhim .< Ml. WIUS, M.lr ityUri"nj tract tourists.. sliced tomato lettuce com,
.. arrived visit Mr. and Mrs. George Dunlap Jr.
All W fk Oi r ntM4 The operator, Jack Rhodes Thursday to flying saucers milk.

says tourists by the dozens stopto Mrs. Miller, who Is Mr. Dunlap's niece, anal Mr. Miller FRIDAY Tuna noodle cas

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS have a look at the greens Ha will have a chance to renew friendships made when they serole English peas, cabbageand
says the patch gives his station dip ; raisin salad, yeast rolls,
;T
t \ 417 fifth Ave. S*. Phone "fttl 1.7411. "a real Georgia flavor" PMt"t visited here last year. Ice cream milk.
q : tH Mrs. William Henderson is.-back from California.

", I Special; r (Announcement t' While there she law Mrs. R. E. West whoir spending a j uThe menu for Shadowlavn El*

v month with her daughter and family in Palos Verdes. Mrs. mentary School for the comIng
week
Henderson in Hermosa Beach with her ;
was nearby son- MONDAY .. Meat loaf coles
TRAVEL EXPERT TO SERVE YOU IN NAPLES! in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Astone. law, tomatoes w.riceapplesauce,

Mrs. Fayette Brown who the of Mr. and cake
We are pleased to announce that MR. SIMON HASSiNE, our Foreign Travel was guest TUESDA y' Stewed< beef,
Mrs. Albert D. Farwell, left Thursday for her home in mashed carrots
& Cruise Consultant will to In SAT. MARCH 7 1964. potatoes, ,orange
come serve you Naples ,
Cleveland. The Farwells leave Sunday for Lake Forest, and grapefruit sections.

Avail yourself of his travel knowledge to plan your air tour or leisure cruise +M 4 .1 III., after spending a month in Mrs. Walter B. Ford's home. WEDNESDAY, 'brussel -sprouts Beanie, tossed Wlen.ies .

around the world, the Orient, Pacific, Africa, Europe, the Mediterranean or Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Campbell, of Grosse Pointe, salad, banana bread, plums,
Mich., are now in Mrs. Ford's home. THURSDAY. Mrs. Coleman'
anywhere. Call or write for an appointment,
H BACK TO GROSSE POINTE fifth grade: barb-cue pork
there is no service charge or obligation. good and am looking forward to a chops, potato salad, sliced tomatoes
A new county library,
o e Returning to Grosse Pointe this week was Mrs. Earl green beans, Ice cream
and enough to servean successful fund raising Campaign
enough < big
AROUND THE WORLD TRAVEL attractive and expanding area, during the month of March." I I. Heenan Jr. She left Friday after 10 days with her sandwiches.
FRIDAY Fish cakes spin.
is high on the list of civic needs, Mrs. Tooke referred to the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percival Dodge, who are in the ach succotash- oatmeal,raisin
,
,
In the view ofMrs.MamleTooke. campaign kickoff breakfast to beheld Fred Shicks' guest house. Mr. and Mrs. Dodge leave the cookies.
247 Catalonia Av*., Coral Gables,s Ph. 4452555BW'ooflflnniw ". am pleased< to have a partIn at the Beach Club Hotel,
the program to build a new Wednesday, March 4,at 8:30a.m. middle of the month for two week on Captiva Island and
A ONE.HOSS SHAY
muurums-.. Collier County Public Library," and< urged< attendance by those In. then go on to Grosse Pointe.
DECATUR, III (AP) The
said Mrs. Tooke, president of terested In a new library.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Paine have been at the Beach Roberi Rmmonsi family will long
of the havea
"Friends
the Dank of Naples, who has Library
accepted the chairmanship of the campaign goal of $110,000," Club for their annual winter visit. They leave today for remember the day the family auto
.
"Advance Gifts Section" in the Mrs. Tooke pointed out, and said three weeks at the Hillsboro Beach Club on the east coast went on the blink umpteen lime*
building fund campaign by the checks may be sent to her at the Coming home one evening the
Friends of the Library. Bank of Naples, made out to before going to their home in Chestnut Hill, Mass. family battled snow drift*. The

"To keep pace with populi. "Friends of the Library." Robert and Charles Russell of Boston, Mass., are battery ran down and the car:

lion growth in the county, the "Many are already helping visiting their brother Thomas, and Mrs. Russell, Galleon wan running hot.
A them
the drive to make our new lib. city know plow pushed
need for a modern uptodato
NOT LONG AGO library is paramount"saidMrs. rary a reality, but it will take Drive. Tuesday the Russells will honor their guests witha to a filling station where the

Tooke. "1 feel the citizens of the combined effort of all to cocktail party at the Port Royal Beach Club. battery was charged: Then a
the management of the handsome new CARRIAGE CLUBon Collier will rise to the occasion achieve the goal, she said. James Bell Jr. is here from Kansas his clamp came: off the water hone
City visiting
and all
the bsach Invited the antifreeze was gone
us to plan a model apartment for your parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bell, Rum Row. They drove home where the i fran

pleasure. Read the Want Ads Also on the long list of those entertaining this weekare out or gas. After they obtained

Now it is open to visitors and we believe you'll find the Mr. and Mrs. Duke Durfee. Their cocktail party will fist lire fuel Emmons, they discovered drove: to the a

rooms gay end holiday-humored. We've been practical and be:: Friday at the Port Royal Beach Club. filling station to have the tire

budget-minded, but we've spiced these sanities with fresh fixed. On hm way home he got
happy colors and I stuck, the fan hell broke and the
furnishings as befits a sunny seaside home. DISTINCTIVE Weather Review REALLY CLOSEDBIRMINGHAM. clamp on the water hose broke.

We feel that Florida living Is like no other that the FASHIONS I Ala (AP) _
Ma Mla Rain "R"ad Closed," said the
sign on
tropical mood be CALL THE NEWS FOR
may splendid with color. But the same Feb 22 66 52 0.08' rural byway near Birmingham..

specs can be made tranquil and cool with a monochromatic Feb 21 62.as 0.00 But people don't always, believe RUBBER STAMPS-
scheme of whites sign!*. In thin .instance: they -
celadon 0,00in
or blue
green or pastel mist, with Feb. 24 67 36 have.
The road is
pieces in more traditional vein, and we know that this COMPLETE Feb 25 77.u 0.00 around the bend. torn up r Helen burton. i

quality of harmony will appeal most to some of you. That is Feb. 26 71 48 0.00 And for those disblievers.

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I Sunday. March I I. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 I
'White
Elephant'Continued :;; t Idt <.

ar' --- i. .t
( from page 1) Mrs. Roy Smith the white t !i it

way of welcome and identl- fox stole by Robert. The Genie --
fication. Garage Door Operators Com-
pany was winner of this prize,
Eddie Durno hospital chef
but returned it for another con-
was on hand to help the ladles
testant to win.
with a snack bar offering coffee
sandwiches, etc. General Luther Hill em-
The hospital Information con- broidered linen luncheon set

test, a feature newtothls year's by Moseley's. .

sale, brought gratifying response Leonard King Kodak insta-
according to Mrs. F.W. matte camera and case.
hick contest chairman. Milton Link the drawing ofa >r
Winners of the 16 contest woman by Richard Segalman. frr

prizes all answered correctly Eugene Turner pair of Cor-
questions put to them about the ham silver shells.
hospital and Its history. Winners Carl Anderson Jr. -two embroidered -

, included: linen bridge cloths _
" Mrs. Lester Grimes the with napkins. Mr. Andersonwas

gold, ruby, and diamond pin twice a winner; the other
from Harry Winston Jewelers. prize, a $25 gift certificate to d 4% ewr
Mrs. 1.5. Gregory $500 gift Abercrombie and Fitch. -
certificate to Holland ,, :. '
Salley Giles Sullivan two Crownof '
1
Inc.M.F. Thorns plants from Boynton ..
Straub the William Nurseries. ... .. Y
.j.: 1 ,
Henry water color seascape.Dr. Winnie Jess pair of gold t n,
$1t
N.W. Larkum Naples colored duck figurines. -- .
ii" -- _
l I. Airlines round-trip tickets to Mary Wood Dyches gold nouns
Miami. pin from Ralph Howard Lesher. CROWD WAITING for thl'; to t Some lame as earl ai! 8 o lock to bas. -- --

) Mrs. H.B. Jordan damask By the time the contest end- open at Friday's White Elephant Sale first in line at the 9 a m c7penmg'a. \ About
RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY for Fn of the auxiliary look on. 500
table cloth and 12 napkins fromGattle's ed at 2 pjn. so had the salea -- the
by Hospital Auxiliary
sponsored
few items of clothing and sev- day's White Eelephant Sale was per bargain hunters were lammed at the

Robert Lyons the still eral heaters were the only'e1- formed by Mayor Archia Turner (r) as doors watching the opening ceremonyOne

r life In oil by Adelore Emling. ephants" left. Mrs Jack Meadors (I), chairman of ( must have jarred the photogra

the auxiliary Ways and Means Committee pher's camera causing the clipping of

\ ; and Mrs. A. R. Staley, president the mayor's head) (NEWS photo'lives
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and rights of the Tuiklstitnrlot (lineal," the sources said, but
r minority', added. that Greece was taking
, I Greeks Warn Government sources said I-"or.. 110 chances of being caught off
JIlt t sign MlnlMsi Stavros Costopotii\ guard and had alerted Its troops
r los had called. In Turkish Ambassador .. to an advanced Mate of readl.
Nedlm llkln during th e i fleas
Turks To
1 r Stay :day to relay the warning that Premier George Papandreou
:Greece would oppose unilateral alto suggested Turkish military
'armed action that would rnd.ui.gcr Intervention" would mean war
Greek Cypriot lives. when he said Friday "If Turkey
Out Of Cyprus Cofctopoulos' words outitltutei d:1 enters the door of the Insane
"a friendly warning, not a,I asjluin, Greece will be forced
' 1 to follow suit," hn said
UNITED NATIONS, NY,
tAP) U.N. Security' Council
membe's readied a call for an

k r r f y International | embattled Cyprus today. as w I
as.t Greece warned Turkey Out. mil.! .
I Mary intervention would mean "" 6y ./Mary "Uoo7iyeIse..

+LLr i I war.Five nonpermanent membersof Dyches Beach Club BUilt Salon Ml S-27SS
.t i i + I Is II I the ll.nallon council plannedto The I'ndonv .Ho -

tp 1"1"l submit the peace-forco plea Speaking: of lleauty A professional |l'r''l'
_
I ,". to U.N ofriclali! this afternoon Mother Nature I U a spend I ,unietlme culled "'peihianenl
BO It can be put before a conn. .
THE CHLUMSKY BUILDING on Central Elephant Sale was lam-packed most ell meeting Monday In an effort thrift sometimes None un-wavinir' can slowdown ,
with fast roves to them
too waves
I Avenue, Friday's site of the White of the day by bargain hunters, to The st'ttle resolution the growing of crisis.Bolivia of curls generous for moat of theRlrla kelly un-unl your hair

.. lira/11 Morocco and the goes howililwith Impending <>n jour hairs
---------- Norway !
---"' I, .. I BOTH SIDES the Ivory Coast also calls fora an unfortunate few! texture and health le.
NEED RECHARGING mediator to attack the heart Many women with for just ,|iuirrmrnt, the 'Mtraiitht
WINNERS in the White Elephant hospital informa- Milt YORK1') To o' the emergency the bitter a little natural v ave In eninu" game it safe and

tion contest held Friday in conjunction with the an- I.auiente Nauniuh, theater per. communal strife among Greek their hair: ; others inherita certain It's a matter of
nual hospital benefit sale included Mrs. Roy Smith, former and their audience are and Turkish Cyprlota t8l1l.lulIwtween that has i riot of kinky curls or skillfully iv-nhupinK the
heightened misplaced waves that hair nil llnkaxe! lepoai.tiful .
First Street and Third Avenue South, wearing the re-hare their mother countries.
said t rU won't behave, high slyle\ .11."i1IL.Jh'm..1Q? acguile, .a.aA"'fJt'.hl.
Informants Athens : .
white fox stole from Furs by Robert ,and Mrs. Lester "If the sXitiience dnean'tprovide .. .
? day. the Greek government had Something m ernn
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626) Third .Street South the 18- ratr( + 'r a poultice rxcjlcmenl ""' d on11CI JIrbut 'h.I'/rI..1 tP t1 ..
-.v l Grtrnev ) ( ishowing 4>rn>t + etntf1Afd : put its military force t>rr a' rUI'h : ou I
to I tail the performance immediately -
carat gold pin with rubies and diamonds from Harry 1 uy atarts to run Jown," lightened alert and warned of do see ust| hair, tume l without,
retaliation If Turkey carries outa maiming '- 'Imtliful, Imun.tiful .
Winston Jewelers Both ladies answered correctly says the man who playa Santa
t, throat to Invade the east Mod.Iterranean .
Claus m the musical "hare'sLave. / l Lending the way you
questions about the hospital, as did all other winners ." Island to protect the
always wUhi'.l It to'!
in the contest, (NEWS photo) "S met litre.."he adds, "you're
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hie |o get u delayed response" -- ---- ----- -- -- -- -
however You may not think -
British Sell More tween An earlier Cuba and agreement the British be. you're getting through to an f-
'audienceunul ushowu fmUlicd
firm called for 400 buses and r
Buses To CastroMIAMI Then they cheer, and you'd liketo
spare parts valued at $10 mil.
say to them, 'Why didn't you
Fla. (AP-The Cu- lion. Jotlial l during the performance" "
ban government has signed a In a broadcast heard in MU
second contract with Leyland ami, Havana radio said the \ ,
Motors Ltd., of Great Britainfor first vehicles are expected to Always green the top of )'tutdouih
delivery of buses and spare arrive In Cuba next September. thai Is being allowed\ to .
parts, Havana radio said today r chemise rite fur the fiat time ao at to .
The second contract cal for Fresh more in dl keep this surface from drying. A
50 buses of 45-seat capacityand price from tenon to season than dry surface might interfere with u
spare parts. The value was do frozen oreng.-Julce concentrates i the dough' ability to stretch % ,j.i 4 r

set at $1.5 million. and rise.Always. 7 Q ';KMflMWExrltlBf -
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MRS H. B. JORDAN, J 1527 Galleon Dr., is picturedwith Right

es her prize from the contest, a 3-yard pink damask oQ r

table cloth and 12 napkins given by Gattle's l\l\\llYs\ Proper; V., c P FeMoo

BOOKSSONG (NEWS photo) \o CGa
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son wearing a red fez wa!
Greek Students
hoisted up by students who
screamed: "America keep! you:r tl .I. lit HkY p
STORY SHOP A
& Denounce Yanks hand off Cyprus," "Ain rlJ pain A'494 v qc.part.
murderers! ," and "Yankees back

659 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2520 to Texas"
In Cyprus Row Greek police had thrown a i iordon l
(' around the embassy v F f er
F y
ATHENS, GREECE: (AP) building, and clashes erupted) yr /o ,
Thousands of Greek students, when they waded Into the clu.
denouncing the United 1 States on I dents to break up the d 'im ri<
e i
the Cyprus issue, clashed with): stratlon. y
.- ., They also marched to tic .
police In front the U.S. Embassy .Pn
here ye..t rdaY. British embassy and then to tin ".
A crowd of students astlmat r d I office of Prime Minister GeorgE
to number 4,000 marched!I Fapandreou with sins saying' 1 I,
through the streets of downtown, "NATO out of Cjprus. Thtre *"t
Athens to the embassy: buildings was no violence. j
I j and hurled paper red fetes- t I t A U.. embassy spokesman
c Grand Entrance! symbol of Turkey-on the, said, meanwhile, that the Greek 4' '
/ embassy lawn.A government had expressed dl..
At any occasion, an ensemble cartoon of President John., pleasure. with the US stand Say it withFLOWERS
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Closes Season--12 Wins 10 Losses





Too Many Fouls ; Eagles To Punta Gorda



BY DAVID LYON The tall junior- center left the

PUNTA GORDA Excessive<,: game with 22 points, 12 of them SPORTS
flrst-half fouling hurt a rallylnj!'. In the first quarter and eight Immokalee Rips
Naples team in the second half, in the third quarter. Hustling

and the Eagles went down to u i| sophomore Clark guard to Bill Morton 'jnf Everglades In . . . . . . . . .
83.71 loss to heavily favored I I preceded the bench,
Punta Gorda Friday night In the, committing his fifth personal with
district tournament play. only two minutes elapsed in the 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. March 1. 1964
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dJ.t!
The defeat ended a season that second halt :; ,), ; Big SurpriseGiven

saw Coach Andy Lorentrson's TIE IT UP :, ,: : the excitement of tourna.
team win 12 games and lose 10. RecordBy
!It"ttr'; ( ment time and a vocal home Tulane
Spoils
Dana South scored from short
Three of the setbacks were at >
: : J{ffi crowd as well a high school
the hands of the Tarpons, two oi range to give the Trapons a 59. : ,
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them during the regular season S3 lead as the fourth periodopened 1.M. ;" basketball team can perform bet.

by big margins.But but Bill Splngler and ,' "*' 11, ;'t'" .,A" dry ter than it has all ..e..on.Everrlades' Louisiana
'Ys Gators found out
the Eagles had Punt Gor Buzz Berson each made a two. Beating
da on the ropes Friday night. pointer to tie the score. Walter it : Friday night, when they were
<
They couldn't hold them there Ritchie put Naples ahead for surprised. 67.63, by Immokaleeat points in the opening minute of
Immokalee! in the 13 ay MURRAY CHASS
the first and only time 60.59 Group
because they were sent to the Writer the second half
Class C district tournament.The Associated Press Sports
bench, one by one, with five with a free throw. Subsequently tromtrls' Besides Davidson, seventh
and Gators had knocked off Immoka.lee Like snatching panties
personal fouls. In fact, Naples the score was tied at 61, 63, ranked Oregon State was the
played the last two minutes of 69 points. twice during the season, and ( dormitories and stuffing only member of the Top Ten inaction

the game with only four men, Koch scored a free throw anda :It the teams' respective records 38 guys Into a telephone had booth be., The Beavers, entered in
22.8 and losing basketball
were 5.10. games
rebound and Berson ,
and the last minute with only shotr put Tulane this the edged Oregon 71.68.
the fad at
three. In a i ayup to account Coach Frank Pelham's Indians come NCAA1&M clinched at leasta
for the Naples points as the teams took on Alva Saturday night! for season
Confer
This was a game the Eagles In had beena tie for the Southwest
the district Alva contrast, winning
wanted to win, and this deter. matched basket for basket in the '':'':. "d""." championship. ence title, beating Southern ,
mination was apparent In their fourth quarter. Berson's two : : "' '',<, 'J rolled:! over Bishop Verot of Fort way of life at Davidson. Methodist 75.70.The .
points tied It 65-63 with .' Myers, 75.30, In a game that Both routines were shattered
play. A little better accuracy with up, situation in the Western
its
't'f went to form.Everglades. Friday night. Tulane spoiled
their shots,and Naples could have 2:30: left.Punta. t" ; k9Ii\ couldn't shake chance to establish an all-time Athletic Conference became
Gorda then notched 12 muddled with Art.
put away the Tarpons. completely
loose from the Indians major college mark for losingby
at
points in a row to the any
"Nobody who saw this game wrap up State 80. zona State's I06.90loss to Brig
time Louisiana
that the didn'thusUe decision. Don Adkins and Wayne and took only a two-polnt whipping moved
can say bOll ham Young. New Mexico
'II lead, 37.35 into the 68. Elghth.ranked Davidson had
and give their best," Lo. Quick scored on drives, and hob t dressing Into a first-place tie with Art
Its NCAA tournament
r room at expecta.
rentzson commented afterwards. shooting Dave Funk put In two \ Intermission The third zona State by nipping Wyoming
.,,
'' n "" : quarter saw few tlons ruined, losing in a major
"Not having David Pease and layups and two free throws when 'u--rr ::::5. < ... points scored. 64.63. Utah is one.half game be.
82.81 unheralded VIr.
fouled both times. Koch and Ritchie But the Gators had to rally to upset to
George Welch available hurt us. hind the leaders after whipping
'
Pease had an ear Infection and committed the fouls, the A WHALE AT WORK- ry Gubntr of NYU li a study In strained coordination take a 47.48 lead into the final glnla Military. los. Arizona 86.73.

Welch an Injured arm, and neither !. fifth for each, and Naples was II he putt the shot during meet 'In Madison Square Girdtn. Gubntr, a eontlttint eight minutes. Tulane Sonny'Listen.had been a bigger Green San Francisco moved Into the
Once er than The
boy suited up. So Naples down to four players. winner In the event, It pointing for a berth on the U.S. Olympic tttm for the Game In Tokyo. over and again the Indians took Wave had compiled a record unmatched NCAA with a 48.46 triumph over
Quick made two free throws they prevailed by a
with ,
started the game only eight his. San Jose. It was San Francis.
but Marty Bowen scored from --narrow margin the rest of the in major college and clinchedthe
players. co's 14th straight
short range for Naples, and it I the field than Punta Gorda but way. Butch Hughes, playing In tory-22 defeats without a victory West Coast Athletic Confer
RUGGED GAME was 77.67. Then Bowen fouled j scored four less baskets. Officials !. Attendance what turned out to be the final in one year.

The teams went at it hot and I out to leave only Splngler, Ber whistled 57 fouls, 31 of,,, Sports Up game of his high school cage Then, to the accompaniment ence championship.
heavy throughout, with Punta son and Mike Repass on the floor t them against Naples., Funk, who career, dropped In 25 points to of drums cymbals and the
Gorda gradually moving out to for the Eagles. Still, Splngler t had 35 points against Naples lead all scorers.Junior screams of the biggest home Beach Club Gals'Handicap

a 43.31 halftime advantage because .added two more baskets to the 1 last week, was one point better On All Pro BallNEW Ballard added 15, Jack crowd of the season, Tulane
of superior marksmanship .1 J Naples total In the last minute. I Friday night. Except Davis 11, Charlie Goff nine,David swept by LSU, just as it had Tourney,
On Saturday night Punta Gorda Barton two, and DannySmithono.DiUird done In the 1963 finale.
from the floor and foul Naples took 22 more shots from -
'' was to play North Fort and Davis also Trailing 38.36 at halftime, Tu. Opens Tuesday
are sen.
line. Four had at least' Myers YORK
Eagles AP reaching and
( ) Atfend. year, 4,163,643,
lors lane stayed close to LSU until
three fouls on them by halftime, Gus Lesnevich, for the district championship.NFM ance in all major sports In the the American Football) League playing in their final prep 12'/j minutes remained when it On Tuesday, February 25,the

and they all were destined to made the finals breezing United States except for professional gained 189,915to 1,274,785. game.Jerry burst into the lead 49.48 on members of the Women's Beach
four out.Punta. Ex-Champ, Dies 'past Venice,74.47, on Friday. It baseball surged upwardIn In basketball, 737 senior colleges of Rutledge, snapping out Dave Kendall's 15 foot field Club Golf Association participated
a
was 68.28 at scoring slump chalked
one time Four ,
Gorda expanded Its lead up
listed
1963, according to the 17th annual were as having an
Of Heart Attack NFM players scored In double 21 points for Pelham's crew. In a low-gross, low-net
to 18 points, 5W8, in the third survey made by The Morn. attendance of 13,699,768, for a goal.Bob Davidson was the work.
Lamar Pollock added 18 and for the field
figures
: Harley putts
quarter and then Naples began and gain of 877 960. tourneyin
CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. Ing Telegraph Dally Racing Thomas 15 Bill Driver horse of the Southeastern Con.
reeling In the Tarpons. Bob Koch Form. One of the largest attended eight, classes.
I (I[APu Lesnevich, winnerf THE SCOItlNGi ference triumph, scoring 29
made a free throw and Steve the fastest knockout ever re. Horse racing set the pace, sports in the nation Is automobile and Julian Williams five.._ points and grabbing 19 re. In Class "A", J. Edwardswas

Clark stole the ball and scored. I corded In a light-heavyweight NAPLES FG FT TP with the thoroughbreds drawing racing. No exact figures bounds. the winner with a low-

Koch made another steal, and ,I title bout and champion from Ritchie _3. 7 1.3 7 38,636,295 for an Increase of 1,- were available, but The MornIng Red, Yank Track Following the final buzzer, a gross score of (94)), E. Abbott

sank a free throw when fouled. ]194148, collapsed and died of a Bowen _1. 9 2. 6 4 379,225 over 1962 and the trotters Telegraph estimated this Teams To Share number of the 2,500 loyal sup. winning with a low-net (77)).
Clark took a pass from Koch heart I attack In his doctor's of. drawing 24,925,537, an Increase pastime Jumped 3,800,000-the porters on hand hoisted Green In Class "B," N. Johnson
and hit from the side, then Koch Clark _8.U 6.7 22 of .' largest single gain of any sportto
'ice( Friday night He was 49 768,155.The Same Dormitory Wave players to their shouldersand and K. Radabaugh tied for low-
hit two free throws and Marty 1 act Saturday. Berlon _4-22 24 10 two major baseball a total 0135,000,000.Koufax carried them off the floor. gross ((101)) and M. Hackett
Bowen one. That made It 5247, Lesnevich had complained of Morton _4.12 4. 6 12 leagues drew 20,477,465, a do. LOS ANGELES (AP-The "It was really a nightmare," carded ((80) for low-net.
and the U straight points brought chest and stomach pains and Koch __1. 4 8.12 10 cline of 897,750, and the minor Russian and United States track Tulane Coach Ted Lenhardt In Class "C" M. Dierolfwon
Signs and field athletes will share the .
the within
Eagles range. was driven to the office of Dr. Splngler _3. 7 O. 2 6Repass leagues drew C,963,174adecllne conceded after the game.
The Tarpons, who have folded of same dormitory, eat the same low-gross ((106)) and E.
John Williams He died shortly 84,394. dlf.
The story was completely
_0. 0 o. 0 0
in the face of many teams' so. I liter arriving there. Racing's total of 63,561,537made food from the training table ferent and utterly disheartening Paul won with a low-net (81)).

cond-half comebacks this season, "1 didn't even get a chanceto it the largest spectator and presumably work out to. for Davidson, winner of the A. Drumflel had the least
barely were able to hang on to ,1 examine him," Dr. Williams TOTALS _24.75 23.40 71 sport In the nation en which For Double gether during the sixth annual Southern Conference regular number of putts for the field

the lead, 57.53, as the fourth formal records are kept. meet here July 25.26. season play. The Wildcats had ((32)).
quarter opened. With two se said.During his 15-year ring ca. P. GORDA J.'G J.'T TPQuick However, most experts can The Russians want it that been favored to win the league In the regular ninehole
conds left In the third period, reerf Lesnevlch compiled a rec:. I 5. 9 6.10 16'cede 1 that basketball is the na. way, meet director Glenn Davis tournament and advance to the group A.Johnson and G. Kealy
l w.:1stk*? committed his fifth foul. ord of 57.14.5. He knocked out South __ 3. 7 2. 2 8 I> tlon's No. 1 sport in attendance 1963 SalaryLOS said today. He pointed out that NCAA. tied (59)) for low-jross. J.
such fraternization r
|.- This hurt Naples under the 21 opponents and was stoppedfive Lavine 1. 3 1.3 3 I when all games are counted has been Handed Its fourth defeat in 26 McConnell was low-net winner

boards of course, but In add! times, allan cuts. A Funk _U.23 11.11 3Adkins g!:, college, high school, profession ANGELES (AP)-Sandy taboo with the Russians in the games, though, Davidson faced with ((44)).

tion Clark was the only Eagle brawny fighter, he was known 2.4 5.7 0Baerwsldt al, and the numerous local Koufax likes zeros on his pay. past.The men's and women's nothing more than a consolation The "Annual
player who was hitting consistently .for his all-out efforts and strong 0.0 5.7 I 5). leagues. It has been estimated check as well as on the score. teams will contest last night against West Handicap Tournament" -
finishes. that the sports draws around The stylish left-hander shut., occupy the top four Virginia, an 88.80 upset victim (72 holes) will start
James 2. 4 O. 2 4 floors in the new elght.
150,000,000 annually. Exact fig. out 11 opponents In 1963 and story of George Washington. next Tuesday, March 3. The
Pudelskl 01 0. 0 0, ures are impossible to obtain. Friday he climaxed prolonged Cecele and Michael BlrnkrantWomen's Virginia Military, a two.tlme tournament will be conductedon

Giles 1.2 0-2 2 The Morning Telegraph attributed negotiations with the Los Angeles Residence Hall on the loser to Davidson already this successive Tuesdays (excepting
HomeGJDDINGS the Increase in general Dodgers by signing University of Southern Calif or. forced to come March The
a contract nia season, was 24)). members
TOTALS 28-63 27.44 83 attendance to "the current leisure for a reported $70,000.The The campus.Russian men will from behind after leading by 11 will make up their own
time explosion and the con amount was twice his occupy
1963 sal.
Repairs Naples _16 15 21 16-71 stant extension of schedulesand of the top floor, the UJ5. men the games and starting times for.
ary $33,000.Sandy's .
P. Gorda 23 20 14 26-83 seasons." raise topped by third and the girls' teams sep. Lee Elder Wins March 3. and thereafter pairings -
$10 arate lower levels. and
times
College football had an excel. 000 the Increase awarded starting will be
House Repairs Maintenance Work lent year with 616 schools draw. right-handed pitcher Don Drys.to Herb Harbeson, director of North-South Golf arranged.An .
YANKEES TO POLL FANS commons and residence halls at
ing 22,237,094, an Increase of dale Thursday. Big Don At MiamiMIAMI "Invitation" Tournament
NEW YORK (AP) signed Southern California said the Tourney
Roof Repairing Gutters Painting Duringthe will be held
1,009,932, despite a loss of ap. for an estimated $70,000 a at Cypress Lakes
American League Russians asked to use the Amer.
season proximately 250,000 when 34 $%5,090 boost over his 1963 '.lean (AP)-Birdies on the Country Club on March 24.Those .
the Yankees will poll farm" who training menu, another de.
last three Friday helped
Yard and Lawn Work games were canceled because lary of $45,000. greens participating must havea
will\ select former living Yankees parture from past practice.
Lee Elder of Los Angeles win
of President
of the assassination 30
The
southpaw strikeout king handicap or less.
for the old timers' game to be Both the Coliseum facilitiesand the North-South Tournament for Mrs
FREE ESTIMATES: CALL MI 2.7449 held in Yankee Stadium on Kennedy. and General Manager E.J. Cromwell Field, the school'straining the second consecutive D. Adams is in charge of
Saturday Aug. 8, The National Football League (nuzzle) Bavasl came to terms grounds, will be sharedby Elder's final round one.under.year. the -M1.tl s_and will have
gained 160,222 over the previous
Friday the sheet
the teams. ready on March 3
par 69 was good for a 282 total
and $800 prize money. for signatures. All entries

Cliff Brown of Nashville,Tenn. must be made before Mart*

was second with 286, and $GOO. 10, and a check mailed or given

WANT MORE.FO'R. VO'RI ;MONEY..K.EP YOUR EY :ON GRANTS former Joe Louis heavyweight, Los Angeles boxing, the Fourth tp Mrs.Street J.W.South Powers, Naples., 1666

z e champion, won the amateur dl. In the amount of $2.75 for
vision with 304. reservations

$ %u" GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT CREST Harbin (Red) Lawson is in hit Next Tuesday, snacks and coffee _-

AND Art 13th lesson. as basketball coachat will be served at the turn.
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Inter-County Telephone Expansion Proaram. Guard Commissary Sunday. March 1, 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

After Red ThreatTo

(Continued from page 1) v Blast BuildingSAIGON New House Office Building

A new work reporting centers : Viet Nam (AP-A I
nearing completion In East fteJIMng heavy guard stood outside the
Naples to provide housing for U.S. armed forces commissaryand
naterial, supplies and person "1Jrs post exchange )'eslerday fol. Most Expensive Yet Built
leU Construction, maintenanced
"a lowing a report Communist ter.
+ installation personnel rorists planned to blow the
up By JOHN BECKLER tucked Into six windowless
vlll and cu.
report scheduled fromis building.
location The new work _.1 __ U.S. military police also WASHINGTON (AP) The bides 12 by 20 feet, made by
first tenants will Join the con. partitioning off some space on
Is
enter being constructed on fanned out through Saigon
structlon workers In the new the floor of
ground the 10-story
property In East Naples E .t caJf
that checking whether Vietnamese Raj'burn House Office Building building
the Company has owned since [ u u nE police sentries assigned to protecting *
( Americans next week. They'll need maps to pick
were on
957.Property for Although Mill a long way from their way through the maze of
the
their
new North posts.
.. :.c' completion, the cavernous struc. corridors and stairways leading
Naples Exchange has i The .
recently I''J tightened security measures
.. ture is being pressed Into serve from the only entrance now
been purchased on U.s. Route 4 :' ., have been in force since
'
,
for
: ? as a temporary abode open In the block.square build.
11 I at the orner of 102nd Ave. II \ I.i'. Jl CMl\"v the Viet Cong bombing of a
bue at North Naples Park. The t .. ...-- .-- _.. U.S. movie theater Feb. 16, some congressional workers fac. Ing. And the girls among them
eviction build
ing from another may want hazardous duty pay
,ewly luring 135 acquired feet by property 148 feet,fronts mea. Plant work center for East Naples killing Communist three Americans.propagan. log about to be torn down. when they learn about the rats.
The Ri>'lurn building, named On an inspection trip to his
In U. S. 41 and Is disk
have been
geographical ., distributing
0;; C=.- .,=-_ "" for the Ute Speaker Sam Ray. new quarters Friday a congressional .
ly located about halfway between leaflets during the past week burn Is the third erected to
pro. emploje was startled to
ponita Springs and the city of ; It 'W.z. ailing: for new violence againstthe
,: vide office space for the 435 see a black, foot-long rat zlg.
Naples proper. :, American community in the
; members
--- of the !House Thefirst lagging down the corridor a few
-
Carl Holbrook .. ; capital. U.S. Ambassador
lien.
group man a. : '
\ : built
in 1908, cost $4.8mu1. feet ahead of Mm
lor at Naples said that 8 ry Cabot Lodge also has
re.
an by
Iron, The second
In 1933
cost A 16-foot(\ sewer runs through
foot Informational cehed death threats and is
sign will now
(
'i" Y-
$7.8 01111101ant
has 231: two. the building between the first
e erected the site accompanied by
on imme. a heavy guard,
room suites. The third, due to and second underground garagelevels
(lately and construction ofpie Informants said FrlJa)'.
..: be finished next January, has which might account for
: American
new and chll.
exchange building will women
I ', cost $S3 million so far and Hill the rats
egln soon. Iron usually cram the commls.
have suites for 1C9(\ congressmenwho One workman believes the
... 1< ary's supermarket on Satur. will be chosen b>' seniority rats would like to get out but
4TH FOR COUNTYThe lay for their weekend shop
from the applicants. can't find their way. The build
establishment of the new ping. Security officials regarded That makes it the most expen. ing Is really two huge V-shaped
change In North Naples the building as a prime target
repre. Mve ever put up In Washington. buildings facing in opposite dl.
nts the 30th exchange for the rti aIrR [runn ct c rstcn "k for Communist terrorists.
With its courtyards swimming rectlons and Is to
easy get
ter.county System The traffic In front of the
the 13th pool, gymnasium, spacious com lost In.
ewly created exchange since 1951d building was allowed to move m It tee rooms and four.room,
the fourth exchange for Col. only one way to permit stricter two-Uvator suites for each of
jler County. The name "LYrlc = r-- -t coat rot. 169(\ members, it Is the most
|" has been chosen for the new lavish government building In
change, and the entire North CHECKING UPI town.
Jfaples project is tentatively I ACiOS, !Nigeria; (MM) The But the IS or 20offlceworkers
Attar for completion by the (InMitutc of International Cultural moving in starting next week
part of 1965. Plans for the '" "' I. hangs hat! been founded here will be far removed from all FOR SUN, FUN FISH
.ew building< were prepared by t I"r Nigerian- ktudinu who have
[architects Gundersen and Wll New exchange center for North Naples studied in Nest deimuny such luxury. They're being Silver i King

on of Fort Myers, and con I Lutz llerold. the German did '
ftruction will be handled by H.L.bong lenges our ability to forecastand The Inter-County System Is urban and rural population of of telephones and 18 In theUnltecStates I rector. termed! his 1>organization (8,.' Haven Dock.J J

General Contractor.,also of meet "future telephone re fast approaching 80,000 tele .' nearly 200,000 people reside In In terms of revenues. II;t qua.l-governmental. It IK part icu. KM W YOUR ..JMIVUtSllttHX r ; MODERN FISHING, SAFE CRUISERMI FAST i
[ftort Myers. quirements. phones and employs about 700 this area. Excluding the Dell and Is owned by over 4,000 stock,, larly interested in gathering in
The service: area of the new Since 1950 the Naples Exchangehas people, of which 31 are employedin General Telephone Systems, the holders nation.wlde and has B formation on how Nigerian' FT!,? 2-2857 or MI 2-3940
grown from a mere 565 the Naples area. These employees Inter-County System ranks first trained- in heel DURING YOUR
forth Naples Exchange will en. plant Investment of over 37 mil Germany put their! Capt. Cecil Lamb
compass the northern portionof telephones to almost 10,000 tele working as a team, in Florida In terms of number lion dollars. skills to use after returning BIRJH MONTH ,
the present Naples Exchange. phones. This represents an In. operate and maintain the system home. he laid ..
crease of almost 1670 per cent. .-
which Includes over 52OOOmlles
This Is served
area currently
Another outstanding growth record of long distance circuits lacing
item the Naples "Midway" Ex.orange
lies in the fact that the together 29 exchanges serving
on a multiparty basis, total number of telephones has 234 communities and 13 countiesIn
but with the activation of the new doubled In the area during the Come Out -
To
South Central and Southwest : t' "+ '
.exchange In 1965, one and two last five / '1.
party business or residence aer.vtce years. Florida An estimated aggregate "ii"

will be offered. (' : "I
,
Johnson said: "The growth 01
Maples and the surrounding area Yr'I,
Ins been phenomenal and chat. k fr1,


'raffic Ticket :y.

ROYAL HARBOR
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[Given After

l-Car CollisionCharles

W. Irion of Ama10 -

Tex., was given a ticket .: C
falling to have his car un- ) : VISIT THESE MODEL HOMES TODAY

r control following a threer -

accident on the Trail Just w

st'6f the Cordon Rive-bridge far Afineiu .o
4:12 o'clock Friday after-

on. t

homas A. Provenzano, 252
Street, N. had made a -A-
turn at one of the islands '

, lie four-lane highway and was ,

1ng for traffic to clear, _
lefrlng the rear of his car protruding ,.
into the lane of traffic .LIg

behind him, making it impossible -
for Eyerett Fager, \ ll. .. ..M r ..Jr
, COMMUNITY CONCERTS M ,
.
1000
Michigan Ave., Naples to
[pass. When Fager slowed up

J according to police reports,
jlrlon did not!: see that in suf-

dent time to stop.

Damage to Fager's car was
estimated at $25 and to Irlon's GINNY (MRS WALTER HKICh<'<)\ I. "the Concert

[at $75. Officer James P.Hayes lady" at the Hank of Naples, traditional headquarters for

ode the investigation for the Naples Community Concert Annuciation Although the 1965

Police Department. Nodamagewas membership drive don not officially begin until March 9th,

done to the Provenzano anxious muHlc-loem aware that demand for member

ships far exceed limited Heating rapacity are taking >r'Ir 1 r a; r.r

car.Damage was estimated at$25to no chance Cheek for new and renewal memberships are 'ro Y .NA ?

[ a parked car belonging to pouring In no fut that it wan impossible to get a complete + 'r w d y
., ,tw'r! Y" ro br Mta .i.. 1
I Glen B. Shuns, 580 Palm Cir- tally from Membership ohirmen) Mm Henry II. Wat. r lrr lY lrw ,

cle, when it was struck by a kin, Jr.. and Mr*. John Pulling before Ruing to press.

Naples Ready Mix truck driven Memberkhip due remain $7.50 for adult. 1300 for gludtnU,

by Robert Crogan at 11:20 14500 for patron (limit of 4 memberships). tour out-

a.m. Friday. Crogan, driving landing concerts will he presented during the January.Feb

south on Tenth Street, swervedto ru.ry-March 196 neanon, Including the world.famou \'I-

the left to avoid hitting an enna Choir Ho)*. Membership check may 'be mailed to

oncoming car which was being Community Concert, Pout Office hex 491 I. or dropped offat 3 Homes Now Available
driven on the wrong side of the flank ,- ., ,
the of
Naples. (Photo by McGrath)
street. The Identity of the driver -

of the other car was not An Isle of Man Manx Cat As. InRoyal

learned by police. Officer soclatlon has been formed, The Hold Tcen- -\ge ..
Dampier made the investigation "
George government of the Isle In the Harbor
Boys Fo' SlayingOf
Inch Sea has established an experimental -

farm to keep the tall. Two People
"Stop" 8lg.. Mean STOP less cats going For Immediate Occupancy!

NORWALK, Conn (AP) -
State police held two teen-age

.TOR.O AUTOMATICSPRINKLER boy high yesterday school senior In the and slaying began of a a We invite you to come out and see why so

ther search of one for of the them.body of the fa. FASHIONABLE many folks prefer living in Fashionable

: SYSTEM Rli hard McAlister, 18, of Norwalk Royal Harbor.Every .
and Edward McNally, 17,
of Wilton were charged Friday
with first-degree murder.
IT. FORGET IT t
SET .. State Police Commissioner

Take a permanent Leo J. Mulcahy said the youths ;
admitted killing John R. Shin
,,.callon'rom nets, 18, of Wilton Sunday and J/\ ) spacious hcmesit is directly on the water, fully sea-walled,
watedngyour Edwin McAllster, Richard's f*. :

lawn. ther Mulcahy, last Aug.said 29.the youths bur. ova: ; ; and nerved b>' city utilities Within the Naples city limits, just 9 minutM

led the father's body In an undisclosed from center-of.town shopping

TORO AUTOMATICALLY: wooded area.
Young McAlister "hated his
Lowers your water bills father with a fixation" and For every lot purchaser, Royal Harbor will build a landing dock

Increases your property completely underground blamed Mm for the death of his
value free of charge Or, if you prefer, contribute the same amount toward
I mother, said Lt. Louis Mar.

Saves the work of watering I I ..... .)-- chese, commander of Stile Police the construction of a slip
Helps build a beautiful In this section of Connect!
lawn cut.
Ends unsightly drought Marches said McNally and '
spots tailored to your specific needs McAllster ambushed Me Alls, 1r4' ::14-; Drive out and see Royal Harbor today- take U.8'41 and turn south on

Gives you more leisure time ter's father at his home, Me.

FREE ESTIMATES. We will be glad to check your prop Nally shooting him and young Sandpiper Street. Telephone Inquiries: Call Alan Teeter Gen. Mg?. or

erty or send.us a sketch of your landscape for estimate, McAlister stabbing him. ON NAPLES BAY
The youths became awrehen. Ernie Blodgett at Midway 2.474S favorite Real Estate
Broker
-or your
M..o.t s,M..r Or M.M.Inc. a..euaar.r TORO Mwivtectw**Cwt.
slue recently about a police Investigation
Into the disappear
Sprinkling ance of the father and decidedto WHERE EVERY BACKYARD BAYFROIVT
STAHLMAN
escape, State Police said '\
Systems On Sunday McNall) railed

p 0 Box 1091 Naples. Florida Shlnners, with whom he was a'.,
qualnted, aid ask*j t rim, to
Call MI 2-3422 meet then, state 1',11! <: jJ-t.

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Closes Season--12 Wins 10 Losses





Too Many Fouls ; Eagles To Punta Gorda



BY DAVID LYON The tall Junior center left the _

PUNTA GORDA Excesslv e<[ game with 22 points, 12 of them SPORTS i

flrst-half fouling hurt a rallylni. in the first quarter and eight r Immokalee Rips iI I iI
Naples team In the second half, in the third quarter. Hustling rM

and the Eagles went down to ar| sophomore Clark guard to Bill the MortonI n Everglades In . . . . . . . . I
83.71 loss to heavily I preceded bench
Punta Gorda Friday night in the, commuting his fifth personal with '
district tournament play. only two minutes elapsed in the Surprise 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 1. 1964 'I
Big
The defeat ended a season thai t; second half.

team saw Coach win 12 games Andy Lorentzson'and lose 10.| TIE IT UP Given the excitement tourna. Tulane Record
vocal home
ment time and a Spoils
Dana South
Three of the setbacks were al: scored from short
; crowd as well, a high school
to the 59.
Trapons
the hands of the Tarpons, two ol f range give a
basketball team can perform bet.
: 55 lead as the fourth period
them during the
regular season
ter than it has all ..euon.Everrlades' .
by big margins.But opened, but Bill Spingler and Gators found out Louisiana
the Eagles had Punk Gor., Buzz Berson each made a two. Bv Beatina
Friday night, when they were
da on the ropes Friday night,: pointer to tie the score Walter
67.63 Immokaleeat
,, Ritchie put Naples ahead for surprised by minute of
They couldn't hold them there MURRAY CHASS points in the opening
Immokalee In the Group 13 ay
because they were sent to the the first and only time 60.59, Class Associated Press Sports Writer the second half.
C district tournament.TheGators
bench, one by one, with five with a free throw. Subsequently Like from Besides Davidson, seventh. \
and had knocked off Immoka. snatching panties
personal fouls. In fact, Naples the score was tied at 61, 63, lee girls' dormitories and stuffing ranked Oregon State was the :
twice during the season, and
played the last two minutes of 65 points. -r 38 Into booth only member of the Top Ten In
the telephone
teams' respective records guys a ,
the game with only four men, Koch scored a free throw anda losing basketball had be. action. The Beavers, entered In j
were 22-8 and 510. games
and the last minute with only rebound shot, and Berson put 4 Coach Frank Pelham's Indians come the fad at Tulane this the NCAA, edged Oregon 71.68.
three. in a driving lay up to accountfor 4k4 Texas AIM clinched at least
took on Alva Saturday nieht for season.In .
This was a game the Eagles the Naples points as the teams the district championship.: Alva contrast, winning had beena a tie for the Southwest Confer. !
wanted to win, and this deter matched basket for basket In the rolled of life at Davidson. ence title, beating Southern
over Bishop Verot of Fort way
fourth quarter. Berson's two
minatlon was apparent in their Methodist 75.70.
with points tied it up, 65.65, with Myers, 75.30, In a game that Both routines were shattered In the Western
play. A little better accuracy went to form.Everglades. Friday night. Tulane spoiled its The situation
their shots,and Naples could have 2:30 left.Punta. f couldn't shake chance to establish an all-time Athletic Conference became
the Tarpons Gorda then notched 12 muddled with ArUzona 1
put away completely
loose from the Indians at major college mark for losing
"Nobody who saw this game points in a row to wrap up the any State's 106.90 loss to Brig I
time and by whipping Louisiana State 80.
can say .tbat the boys didn'thu.Ue decision. Don Adklns and Wayne look only a two-point ham Young. New Mexico moved
lead 37.35 68. Elghth.ranked Davidson had
Into the
and give their best," Lo> Quick scored on drives, and hot. : ; ; room at intermission., The dressing third its NCAA tournament expectations into a flrst-place tie with Art
shooting Dave Funk put in two
rentzson commented afterwards. State nipping Wyoming
by
quarter saw few points scored. ruined, losing in a major zona
layups and two free throws when
"Not having David Pease and -------- 6463. Utah is one-half game be.
82.81 Virginia
upset to unheralded
fouled both times. Koch and R1U But the Gators had to rally to
Welch available hurt uSo" after
George hind the leaders whipping
Pease had an ear infection and chle committed the fouls, the A 'w HAL E' AT' WORKGary Cubner of NYU It a study In itralntd co. take a 47.46 lead into the final Tulane Military.had been a bigger los. Arizona 86.73.

Welch an Injured arm, and net. fifth for each, and Naples was ordination at h* putt the shot during mttt 'In Madiion Square Garden Cubntr a contittent eight minutes. er than .Liston. The Green San Francisco moved Into the-
Once Sonny
ther boy suited up.j() Naples down to four players. winner 'In the event, It pointing for a berth on the U.S. Olympic turn for the Games !n Tokyo. over and again the Indians took Wave had compiled a record un. NCAA with a 48-46 triumph over
started the game with only eight Quick made two free throws, they prevailed by a matched in college his. San Jose. It was San Francis.
but Marty Bowen scored from -- narrow margin the rest of the major
players. co's 14th straight and clinchedthe
the field than Punta Gorda but way. Butch Hughes, playing in tory-22 defeats without a via
short range for Naples, and It West Coast Athletic Confer
RUGGED GAME was 77.67. Then Bowen fouled scored four less baskets. OffL. Attendance what turned out to be the final tory in one year.
dials whistled 57 fouls 31 Sports Up game of his high school Then, to the accompanimentof ence championship.
The teams went at It hot and out to leave only Spingler, Ber. oL cage
heavy throughout, with Punta son and Mike Repass on the floor them against Naples, Funk, who career, dropped in 25 points to drums, cymbals and the
Gorda gradually moving out to for the Eagles Still, Spingler had 35 points against Naples lead all scorers.Junior screams of the biggest home Beach Club Gals'Handicap

a 43.31 halftime advantage be. added two more baskets to the last week, was one point better On All Pro BallNEW Ballard added 15, Jack crowd of the season, Tulane
Except
cause of superior marksmanship Naples total in the last minute. Friday night. Davis 11, Charlie doff nine,David swept by LSU, just as it had Tourney
done in the 1963 finale.
from the floor and foul Naples took 22 more shots from On Saturday night, Punta Gorda Barton two, and Danny Smith one
:Billtrd and Davis Trailing 38.36 at halftime, Tu. Opens Tuesday .
also
was to play North Fort are sen.
Myers
line Four Eagles had at least YORK (AP) Atend. year, reaching 4,163,643, and iors lane stayed close to LSU until
in
three fouls on them by halftime, Gus Lesnevich, for the district championship. ance in all major sports in the the American Football League playing their final prep 12'/ minutes remained when It On Tuesday, February 25,the

and they all were destined to NFM made the finals by breezing United States except for profes. gained 189,915to 1,274,785. game burst Into the lead 49.48 on members of the Women's Beach

tour out.Punta. Ex-Champ, Dies past Venice,74.47, on Friday It slonal baseball surged upwardIn In basketball, 737 senior col. of Jerry Rutledge, snapping out Dave Kendall's 15 foot field Club Golf Association partlcl- '
a chalked
68.28 at scoring slump
was time Four ,
one up
Gorda expanded its lead leges were listed as having
1663 an
according to the 17th annual
21 pared In a low-net
Of Heart Attack NFM players scored In double points for Pelham's crew. low-gross.
to 18 points, 52.36, in the third survey made by The Morn attendance of 13,699,768, for again Lamar Pollock added 18 goal.Bob Davidson was the work. and for the field
figures Harley putts tourneyin
quarter and then Naples begin CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. ing Telegraph and Dally Racing of 877960. Thomas 15 Bill Driver horse of the Southeastern Con. classes.
I reeling in the Tarpons. Bob Koch (AP)-Gus Lesnevich, winnerof THE SCORING: Form. One of the largest attended and Julian eight, terence triumph, scoring 29
Williams five. In Class "A" J. Edwardswas
made a free throw and Steve sports In the nation is automobile ,
,I the fastest knockout ever re. Horse racing set the pace, ," points and grabbing 19 re.
Clark stole the ball and scored. corded In a light.heavyweight NAPLES FG FT TP with the thoroughbreds drawing racing. No exact figures bounds. the winner with a low-

Koch made another steal, and title bout and champion from Ritchie _3. 71-3 7 38,636,295 for an Increase of 1,. were available, but The Morn Red, Yank Track Following the final buzzer, a gross score of ((94)), E. Abbott

sank a free throw when fouled. .1941.48, collapsed and died of a Bowen _1. 92-6 4 379,225 over 1962 and the trottors Ing Telegraph estimated this Teams To Share number of the 2,500 loyal sup. winning with a low-net (77)( ).
Clark took a pass from Koch ;1 heart attack In Ms doctor's of. drawing 24,923,537, an increaseof pastime jumped 3,800,000 the porters on hand hoisted Green In Class "B." N. Johnsonand
and hit from the side, then Koch I rice Friday night He was 49 Clark _8-14 67 22 768,155.' largest single gain of any sportto Same DormitoryLOS Wave players to their shouldersand K. Radabaugh tied for low-

hit two free throws and Marty ]last Saturday. Ber on .4-22 24 10 The two major baseball a total 0135,000,000.Koufax carried them off the floor. gross ((101)) and M. Hackett

Bowen one. That made it 52.47, Lesnevich had complained of Morton _4-12 4. 6 12 leagues drew 20,477,465, a de. ANGELES (AP-The "It was really a nightmare," carded ((80)) for low-net.

and the 11 straight points broughtthe chest and stomach pains and Koch _14 8.12 10 cline of 897,750, and the minor Russian and United States track Tulane Coach Ted Lenhardt In Class "C", M. Dierolfwon
and field
athletes
Signs will share the
Eagles within range. was driven to the office of Dr. Spingler _3- 70-2 6 leagues drew 9,963,114adecline conceded after the game. and
E.
The Tarpons, who have foldedin of same dormitory, eat the same low-gross (106))
died 84,994. different
John Williams. He shortly The story was completely
the face of many teams' se.cond.halt after arriving there. Rcpats _0. 00-0 0 Racing's total of 63,561,537made food from the training table and utterly disheartening Paul won with a low-net ((81)).
and presumably work out together A. Brurnflel had the least
comebacks this season, chanceto it the largest spectator for Davidson
"I didn't even get a winner of the
barely were able to hang on to examine him," Dr. Williams TOTALS _24-75 23.40 71 sport in the nation on which For Double during the sixth annual Southern Conference regular number of putts for the field
the lead 87.33 the fourth formal records meet here July 2526. ).
as are kept season play. The Wildcats had (32)
quarter opened. With two se. said.During his IS.yetr ring career P. GORDA FG Jo'T TP However, most experts con The Russians want It that been favored to win the league In the regular ninehole 1'

-i conds left In the third period, Lesnevich compiled a record :* Quick 6. 9 6.10 10 cede that basketball is the na. way, meet director Glenn Davis tournament and advance to the group Johnson and G. Kealy

o Clark committed his fifth foul. of 57.14.5. He knocked out'.South -_ S. 7 2.2 6Lsvlne tlon's No. 1 sport in attendance 1963 SalaryLOS said today. He pointed out that NCAA. tied ((59)) for low-gross. J, I
""This hurt Naples under the 21 opponents and was stoppedfive 13 I3 3 when all games are counted such fraternization has been Handed Its fourttl'defeat'ln 26 McConnell was low-net winner

boards of course, but in addition times, all on cuts. A Funk _14-23 8-11 ell" college, high school, profession. ANGELES (AP-Sandy taboo with the Russians in the games, though, Davidson faced with ((44)).

Clark was the only Eagle brawny fighter, he was known Adklns 2. 4 I 5.) 7 8Baerwaldt al, and the numerous local Koufax likes zeros on his pay. past.The men's and women's nothing more than a consolation The "Annual Handicap Tournament" -
player who was hitting consistently. efforts and strong leagues. It has been estimatedthat check as well the
for his all-out 0.0 6.7 Ii as on score. teams will contest last night against West holes will I'
occupy the top four (72 ) start
finishes the sports draws around The stylish left-hander shut. Virginia, an 88.80 upset victimof
James 2. 4 O. 2 4 150,000,000 annually. Exact fig. out 11 opponents in 1963 and floors In the new eight-story George Washington. next Tuesday March 3. The

'Pudelskl O. 1 o. 0 0 ures are impossible to obtain. Friday he climaxed prolonged Cecele and Michael BirnkrantWomen's Virginia Military, a two-time tournament win be conductedon

CIIes 1. 2 O. 2 2 The Morning Telegraph attributed negotiations with the Los Ange. Residence Hall on the loser to Davidson already this successive Tuesdays (excepting I

o Home the Increase in general les Dodgers by signing a con. nia University of Southern Callfor. season, was forced to come March 24)), The members ,
attendance to "the current lei. tract for campus. behind after leading by 11 win make their
TOTALS 28-63 27.44 83 a reported 70000.The The Russian men will occupythe from up own
GIDDJNGS sure time explosion and the constant amount twice his and
was 1963 sal. times for.
i t top floor the U.S. the games starting I
Repairs Naples _10 15 24 16-71 men
extension of schedulesand ary of $35,000.Sandy's March 3 and thereafter
Wins pair-
P. Cords -23 20 14 26-83 raise 1 third and the girls' teams sep. Lee Elder
seasons. topped by $10 irate, lower levels. ings and starting times will be '
House Repairs Maintenance Work College football had an excel 000 the increase awarded to Herb Harbeson, director of North-South Golf arranged. [
lent with 610 schools draw. rlght handed
year pitcher Don
YANKEES TO POLL FANS Drys. ,4 commons and residence halls at An "Invitation" Tournament !
tog 22,237,094, an increase of dale Thursday. At MiamiMIAMI
Don
NEW YORK (AP) Dig signed I Southern California said the Tourney
During
Roof Repairing Gutters Painting 1,009,932, despite a loss of approximately > for an estimated $70,000 ,- a will be held at Cypress Lakes
the American \Russians asked to use the Amer.
League
season AP)-Blrdles on the Club March
250,000 when 34 ( Country on 24.
Yard and Lawn Work the Yankees will poll fans who games were canceled becauseof lary$25,090 of $45,000.boost over his 1963 sa.. |Ican training menu, another departure last three greens Friday helped !Those participating must havea
will elect former living Yankees I from past practice.
Lee Elder of Los Angeles win
the assassination of President 30 handicap less.
The southpaw strikeout king or Mrs.D. .
for the old timers' game to be Both the Coliseum facilities'the North-South Tournament for
FREE ESTIMATES: CALL MI 2.7449 held in Yankee Stadium on Kennedy. and General Manager E.J'I and Cromwell Field, the school's the second consecutive Adams is in charge of
The National Football League (Buzzie) Bavasl came to terms i year. the DUiesand will have
Saturday. Aug. 8, !training grounds, will be shared Elder's final round one.under.
gained 160,222 over the previous Friday the sheet ready on March 3
by t> the teams.
___ par 69 was good for a 282 total t
for signatures. All entries
and
$800 prize money.
Cliff Brown of Nashville,Tenn. must be made before Marcr

was second with 286, and $500. 10, and a check mailed or giv-

Joe Louis, Los Angeles, the en tp Mrs. J.W. Powers 1666
/ former heavyweight boxing Fourth Street South. Naples.

champion, won the amateur dl. In the amount of $2.75 for
vision with 304 reservations.

-- $ GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT CREST Harbin (Red) Lawson Is in his Next Tuesday snacks and coffee

% 13th aeaaon as basketball coach will be served at the turn

It the University of Georgia.




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t
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of swinging so free from stiffness P

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making the swing. There are three f

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the backswing if
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Inter-County Telephone Expansion Program. Red ThreatTo m


(Continued from page 1)) Blast Building New House Office Building

A new work reporting centerIs SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP-A
nearing completion In East heavy guard stood outside the

Naples to provide housing for U.S. armed forces commissaryand Most Expensive Yet BuiltBy I
material, supplies and person IN1U. post exchange yesterday fol.
nel. Construction, maintenance lowing a report Communist terrorists
and installation personnel ,. planned to blow up the
St31iM05'c1.1 JOHN DECKLER tucked Into six windowless cubicles .
will report and be scheduled from ,, rr building.U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) The 12 by 20 feet, made by
location The military police also
this new work first tenants will join the con. partitioning off some space on
, center Is being constructed on fanned out through Saigon structlon workers in the new the ground floor of the 10.story
property in East Naples that checking whether Vietnamese Rayburn House Office Building building.
the Company has owned since rL'r police sentries assigned to protecting next ueek They'll need maps to pick
Americans
were
on
1937.Property their Although still a long way from their way through the maze of
for the new North posts. completion the cavernous fit rue. corridors and stairways leading
Maples Exchange has recently The tightened security measures ture Is being pressed into serve from the only entrance now
been purchased on U.S. Route t r. ','/.1'; < p.",.'h tlr llaCrnJCI t '" have been In force since ice as a temporary abode for open In the block.square build.
41 at the corner of 102nd Ave. + ) ii I rx4 ws 2r a.i ) the Viet Cong bombing of a
il ,$ + ;rn I ? some congressional\ workers fac. Ing. And the girls among them
U.S. movie theater 16
Feb.
nue at North Naples Park. The ,
lug eviction from another build. may want hazardous duty pay
newly acquired property, measuring Plant work center for East Naples killing three Americans. Ing about to be torn down. when they learn about the rats.
Communist
133 feet by 146 feet frontson propagandists The Kijtiurn building named On an Inspection trip to his
U. S. 41 and is geographical. have been distributing for
the Ute
Speaker Sam Ray. new quarters Friday a .
congres.atonal
: :
1.F leaflets
ly located about halfway between during the past week burn Is
(I' -- the third erected to pro. emplo was startled to
Bonita Springs and the city of ';;" : calling for new violence againstthe vide office space for the 435 see a black, foot-long rat zlg.
American
community In the
'
Naples proper. .. == = members of the House. The zagging down the corridor a few
-- .
.. capital. U.s. Ambassador Henry
Carl Holbrook, group manager ... ," first, built In 1908, cost $4.8mil. feet ahead of him
( Cabot Lodge also has re-
at Naples, said that an 8 by < loon The second, In 1933, cost A 16-foot sewer runs throughthe
cehed death threats and is
12 foot Informational sign will ..',.l. now $7.8 million and has 231: two. building between the first
accompanied by a heavy guard
be erected on the site Immediately '//11.."' Informants room sullos. The third, due to and second underground garage
said
and construction of ,. f Friday. be finished next January, has levels, which might account for
the new exchange building wUl ( American women and chU. cost $83 million so far and will the rats
\ iron usually cram the commis.sary's .
begin soon. / have suites (for 169 congressmen One workman believes the
supermarket Saturday
on
f. "", who will be chosen bj seniority rats would like to get out butcan't
t
for their
; weekend
4TH FOR COUNTY shop.ping.
from the applicants.That find their way. The build.
The establishment of the new Security officials regarded makes It the most expen Ing Is really two huge U-shaped
exchange In North Naples represents the building as a prime target sine ever put up In Washington.With buildings facing In opposite dl.
for
the )jJOth exchange for the .NnRdooNfY rl C YJTCM n Communist terrorists Its courtyards, swimmingpool rectlons and Is easy to get
The traffic in front of the
Inter-County System, the 13th gymnasium, spacious com. lost In.
R,. ii IThU1IJti II 44
newly created exchange since 1951 MI.w mst building was allowed to move mlttee rooms and four.room,
and the fourth exchange for Col. only one way to permit stricter two.lavatory suites for each of

her County. The name "LYric control. Ito members, It Is the most
7" has been chosen for the new lavish government building In
exchange, and the entire North CHECKING UP town. .
Naples project Is tentatively A .. .. a .... j.a. 1 AtiOS, NigeriaP( ) The But the 15 or SOofflce workers .l
scheduled for completion by the Institute of International, Cultural moving In Marling next week
latter part of 1965. Plans for the & I xihange hu been founded here will\ be far removed from all FOR SUN. rvN FISH
new building were prepared by for !Nigerian students who have such luxury They're being (
architects Gundersen and Wll New exchange center for North Napleslenges studied in Went C trmllny. Silver King
I Lutz llerold, the German di..
son of Fort Myers, and construction Docks) A
will be handled by ILL our ability to forecastand The Inter-County System is urban and rural population of of telephones and 18 In the United rector termed his organlationquamgovernmental. MODERN m
Long, General Contractor.,also of meet "future telephone re fast approaching 80,000 tele nearly 200,000 people reside In States in terms of revenues. It It U particularly : RENEW YOUR FISHING CRUISERMI S
Fort Myers. quirements. phones and employs about 700 this area. Excluding the Bell and is owned by over 4,000 stockholders interested in gathering information DRIVER'S LICENS E !
The of Since 1950 the Naples Exchangehas 1 people, of which 31 are employed General Telephone Systems, the nation-wide and has a I on how Nigerians 2-2857 or Ml 2-340 '
service area tne new
grown from a mere 565' in the Naples area. These employees Inter-County System ranks firstin plant Investment of over 37 mU. trained \\ul l Germany put their DURING YOUR Capt. Cecil: I Lamb
North will
Naples Exchange encompass
telephones to almost 10,000 tel e"' working as a team, Florida in terms of number lion dollars. ek.lls to use after returning BIRTH MONTH
the northern portion phones. This represents an increase 1, operate and maintain the system home. he said ..P)
of the present Naples Exchange.This .
of almost 1670 per cent. which Includes over 52,000 miles
area Is currently served Another outstanding growth record of long distance circuits lacing
.
from the Naples "Midway" Exchange
lies il'the\ fact that the together 29 exchanges serving
on a multiparty basis, total number of telephones has
234 communities and 13 countiesin
but with the activation of the new doubled In the area during the South Central and Southwest Come Out To
exchange In 1 1965 one and two
last five yearsr Florida An estimated aggregate .
party business or residence ser. ,
vice will be offered. \ i
Johnson said "The growth 01
Naples and the surrounding area
has been phenomenal and chal- rr




Given Traffic After Ticket I r ROYAL HARBOR b:



3-Car CollisionCharles

f
W. Irion of Ama- ,

rlllo, Tex., was given a ticket ., VISIT THESE MODEL HOMES TODAY ;
for failing to have his car under -

control following a three- \jJ''
car accident on the Trail just I ..

"esfbr pie GordOn R1vef rldg ,1/"..)Iu'

at 4:12 o'clock Friday after-

noon.
Thomas A. Provenzano 252 .
Fifth Street, N. had made a ". ; / ::'

left turn at one of the islands .

In the four-lane highway and was

waiting for traffic to clear, :
leaving the rear of his car protruding Ice'i
Into the lane of traffic ;

behind him, making It Impossible "\, ;

for Eyerett Fager, COMMUNITY CONCERTS
1000 Michigan Ave., Naples to

pass. When Fager slowed up

according to police reports,
Irion did not see that In sufficient -

time to stop.

Damage: to Fager's car was
CINNY (MRS. HALTER) FREDKICkSON l Ia "the Concert
estimated at $25 and to Irlon'sat

$75. Officer James P.Hayes lady" at the Hank of Naples" traditional headquarters for ......... _. ,1,:. .
Naples Community Concert AiHociatmn. Although the 1965 -
made the "
for the
Investigation "< .. ... '
Police Department Nodamagewas membership drive does not officially begin until March 9th, I ,: .

done to the Provenzano anxious mu.k-lover. aware that demand fur member ,-

car. chip far exreerU limited netting capacity are taking .

Damage was estimated at$25to no chancei. Checks for new and renewal membtrihip are .. ;..
a parked car belonging to pouring in .o fut that it was Impomiible to get a complete r...:

Glen B. Shuns, 580 Palm Cir- tally from Membership Co-Chairmen Mr*. Henry II. Hit- ) \;; .ttJi!"' .h_. '.
cle, when It was struck by a kin, Jr. and Mri. John Pulling before going to premi.

Naples Ready Mix truck, driven Membership due remain $7.50 for adult.. $300 fur students,

by Robert Crogan, at 11:20 $1500 for patron (limit of 4 memberiihipfO. lour out. .

a.m. Friday. Crogan. driving landing ccncert will he presented during the January-Feb-

south on Tenth Street swervedto ruary-March 1961 neanon including the world-ftmouii|.

the left to avoid hitting an enna Choir Ro'I. Membership check may be mailed to

oncoming car which was being Community Concert, Pot Office Box 491, or dropped off 3 Homes Now AvailableIn
driven the side of the
on wrong at the Bank of Naple (Photo by McGrith)
street. The Identity of the dri-

ver of the other car was not '
An Isle of Man Manx Cat Association ". "
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learned by police. Officer has been formed. The Hold Teen- -\ge '
George Dampier made the in- Royal Harbor "
government of the Isle in the
vestigation. Boys Fo' SlayingOf
Irish! Sea has established an experimental

farm to keep the tailless Two People :/
"Stop" Sign Mean STOP cats going For Immediate Occupancy!

NORWALK, Conn. (AP) -

State police held two teen.age ,, '

boy high yesterday school senior In the and slaying began a a We invite you to come out and: see why so

search of one for the of them.body of the father FASHIONABLE many folks prefer living in Fashionable

$PWKKtER Richard, McAllsttr, 18, of Nor. ;' Royal Harbor.
walk and Edward McNally, 17,
-1 .
of Wilton were charged Friday 4 '

SET IT. FORGET IT with first-degree murder. 4'Every
State Police Commissioner

Take a permanent // Leo J. Mulcahy said the youths ;
-A admitted killing Juhn R. Shin A
vacation from ... } nets, 18, of Wilton Sunday and # ) spacious homesit is directly on the water fully..walled.

waterfnlyour Edwin McAllster, Richard's U. ;
.... .- ther, last Aug. 29. O: ; and served by city utilities Within the Naples city limits just S minute
lawn.
.. v
-- Mulrahy said the youth burled .
the father's body In an undisclosed from center-of-town shopping.

TORO AUTOMATICALLY;: y wooded area
McAlister "hated
Lowers your water bills father Young with a fixation" and his For every lot purchaser Royal Harbor will build landing dockr

Increases your property completely underground blamed him for the death of his
Or if the toward
value free of charge you prefer contribute same amount
mother, said Lt. Louis Mar-
Saves the work of watering chese commander of State Police
,
the (construction of a slip.
Helps build beautiful j- I In this section of Connect

lawn cut. ,
Ends unsightly drought Marchese said McNally and -
spots tailored to your specific needs McAllster ambushed Me Alls. It15 Drive out and see Royal Harbor today- take U.s.41 and turn south on

e Gives you more leisure time ter' father at his home, Me. vtI.

FREE ESTIMATES. We will be glad to check your property Nally shooting him and young I ,, Sandpiper Street Telephone inquiries: Call Alan Foster, Gen. MJT. or

or send us a sketch of your landscape for estimate. McAllster stabbing him. ON NAPLES BAY

M..wl_.. ky MM Of .....*.Inc.. I MMrfuf M fOlIO Mw>"'K1-.Ox., The recently youths became about a police apprehensive Investigation Ernie Blodgett at Mld*'ay 2.4748-or your favorite Real Estate Broker


Sprinkling aura<<: of the Into father the and diuJ4 decidedto >tar. WHERE EVERY BACKYARD IS BAYFRONT
STAHLMAN
S es<'ape, State Police said.
On Sunday McNall) railed

P 0 Box 1M1 Naples, Florida Shinners. with whom he was acquainted
and asked 11m to
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1W Sunday March 1, 1984









.. Sfl: SfCTION 'GETS RSULTSi1PHONE ( : Making Dana Real Andrews Estate MoneyIn






HOLLYWOOD (AP) It was

I an event marked with sentiment

.- . .__ . _ _ __ . .. . _ _ _ __ m _ _ _I I for Dana Andrews. He was back

at the Goldwyn studio where he

: got Ms start in films exactly 25
PHONE- 2.-2/O7
2.-2J07'
2-2/07 ,., PHONE2207 III PMOKJ& years ago.


The reason for his optimistic I

,
OUtlOOK is nis second pruiessiun

Announcements 19-Landscape-Lawn 44-Mobile Homes 49-Houses For Rent 58-Lots For Sale 6-Income Property 65-Gencrl Real Estate -that of real estate operatorHe
may well be the wealthiest

'S.crflc, tale M 35' Com union head In the world; he's
Wanted Coconut Tree 20
PORT ROYAL Lot 122 Galleon $MX> DOWN boy' t
near-new
Furnished Trailer fenced with s
41 PalmR
Rt at
Newly turnithed martial. bldn on
decorated 2
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICSFor wood In trunk Ml I 2325. bdrm
2 of the Screen Actors
BR horn president
call lendtcepng/ TV anttnnaS : houte Fla ttm TV Drive For Sale or Trade. ,ver. 130 front 210 deep ISO' on canal A reel buy
I Studio. Order Oirl cetmetic now -2/27 3/1.S (.500. Terms See hut Mobile' cable. carport near Gulf. Ml Write G J. Herbert, 2620 Post on water Will accept any ,.... .t 113.ISO. GuIld
MIJ20BI Home todeyl at Lake Kelly 242SI alter 4 om. 2/2551 "n.1f Darien Conn enable offer. Call owner Ml 21 5 l0 ft. Business Lot on
0. H. LUFF, 421 Ills St. NO. 2 4JW 2/2wtlf Davit Blvd 12.iOO. "It all started in 1960" he re.
This
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 22-Musical Instruments MIdway 22270. 15 Wleb/ )' 125 deep 50 Trail Frontal near 4th
2/161f. SEASONAL RENT BEATER 2 multifamily, lot it ideally titu I l ;... compel ma to tell my Av:. No IIS,000. called. ". was paying most of
\\Ut E. Tamt.ml Trail bedroom house on Frank Wh,t. sled within cloy walking dittanca ( apt building en lot 100 M l(0r, Several leawalled lots on Na. what I earned In taxes."
Midway 16672 PIANO 2t ft. Palace House Trailer. man Blvd. North' Naplat SI 500 of Schools. shopping, and Can be tnipected any day at plat Bay Mali an SlIer.
Modern sleeps four. $700 Ml I recreational area lit cornerloclton 3(2 7th Ave So 3IUWant
BONITA StRINGS SPA and you writ know where you allows COLEMAN flOYD" Broker He read) a besUselllng book on
2 an apartmenlbuilding
5417. 2/13 can spend next winter contort 60 Tenth SI. No MI 2 5(55
to net 10S" Let ut show
.
to lace ether Eighth' how to make a mint in the real
ably I bee thIS before head
announces you the pottibililiat on these 2 2/IITH S
Beautiful Avenue South you _._ _.
spinet or East Lake
CA. -
back to the frozen North
Al estate market and decided to
North
Charm and Reducing Clanas Drive. and the small lake to Ouplanet in Naplet <
45-Trailers For Rent RIBBEAN REALTY. 3750 No. moil SOOth occupancy rat*. All Delune } bedroom } bath
the It."One
north will
try .
forming; now. (Adult or Piano in new con- Trail__ Ml 2.1155. 22HUIP the expente assure of privacywithout a airga tour units lunllh.eA.kn.. lust home |47.tOO

Teens classes) Call WYman 6. iT"mind lot, 1/1 it tJl.500. He a landlord. not atenant Custom tlyled' 2 bedrooms. day I came home and
dition. Greatly Trailers( for rent. Sp.cl.1 lowrale M. Peace It CARIBBEAN: REALTY. 2 bathi |2I.000
4 2301 Bonita Springs! Fla reduced to retiraat and .0... ncoma what you buy with this 4 bad 757 W 5th Roy Ave Smith' Ml Realtor 2175 J750 N. Trail. Ml 2(155 ) bedroom, 2 baths Sit 100 told mj' wife I had Just Invested
So. 2'
:
folkt Trailer spaces 1500 per room 2 bath CBS home. Com 2 bAdrooms. I bath, 114:100
0 "
in price, week '''hln.. docking pnvieget plelaly furnished. including dith I/I 4 ]/. 2/21Htf $300u in a piece property,

3-BoatsMotorsActes.For washer washing machine, No taxatl That what you can LuciNa, OIls Lash Brown he said. "Mary went crazy

terms can be ar ROCK CREEKTRAILER ttove rat. carport large utill 662/1 x 150 Multi' family' lot on have when you purchase property Virgil Marcum, Bob jaeger 'How can you do that? she said.
ty room solar tcraerytd walk Co memo a, Sth' Ave $5000 at Queen Bahama Itland
ranged. Write to PARK beautifully landscaped groundtgarden Phone owner, Midway I 21719: We have for tale several good DEWEY POLLY 'If we lose that, we'll have noth.
Salt: :e It. Denied bu.ltBoat Rear of Airport toolt" city .water, and 2/161f. retidenlial, and commercial lots ing.' '.
US H.P. draught, SChrytler sewers Close to school and
Box 1737 N Na- 7 9' at Queen Cove at predevelopmem REALTY
1 100 Hematite I blocks
Water coolad I shopping' Immediate pottat: pncet This it a once.in. The $300,000 Investment re.
t.heatO' ; to baach 5th St No. $4.500.
ton For call CARIBBEAN ,
appt
Took with So.Cr55. ples. 47-TralUr Lots For S t Tom McBride. Realtor. 532 a I lifetime opoprtunily to parts.cipate H 5t9oSt. N turned a $1 lSO,000profit!I he said.
E. Tumor Son.. Inc.. REALTY 1750 N. Trail in this enclutive ia. tree ,
MIdwaY 2.2255 Ml SItS 2/11'wt Park St. So. MI 2 "44. 2/lltf area of Queen Cove. Freeport Ml 24JS4 He was off and running. So far

Lass Kolly altriCtive, MQbileHome 75 x 100 Momenta, S bloch Grand Bahama Itland Lot he has launched
SPECIAL 23-Misc. For Salt site landscaped wall and RETIREMENT HOMES on to baach 3rd Ave No. $4.700. prices start at 12.495 00 with seven large
19 ft. fJberfUss "Cro.b) pump ttJlie tank fane on Michigan, Ave. 4 now under Tom McBride. Realtor. 932 good tarmt 3/14.4 66-Insurance operations, the biggest being a
one aida s utt b* sects to ba aprecieled. conartuction. 2 yet lo be told Park SI So. MI 26(44. 2/lltf
nm about twin 40 HP I Drexel Couch I completetwin : ; 12.075 G H. LUFF: Buy now and choose all your LocaleS at Pineland on the $21/ million complex of 12 build.
bed" dining table 4 ( R. E Broker 421 Ith St. No. Home colon; $01,070 CARIBBEAN Nice lOt on Morningtide, Or va. Trail, thit 200' wide by 210 INSURANCE OF. ALL KINDS logs In nearby Garden Grove,
Johnson motors :with only chairs, venous other itemt Cell Midway 22279.48Apartments. REALTY, 3750 No. Trail 100 i 135. End house North deep lot would be ideal/ for a Benton Insurance Agency, Inc
which is
16 hrs. since new. 2 18 Ml I 2-3244 after I p.m. 2/2tf Ml I 2 615. 2/20tfttr Naplat Ml 24731 2/27tf service station In East Naplet. BM Vh A venue, South Midway finishing this month.

raL: gas tajiks, all controls For Rent Small furnished home 15.000. "Multi,.Family; -'oFM: T50.- dIGc.tlon. rapidly. 'Price expanding: III 5.000 business with termtto dis.trict. 2 mi. 2/20tlwt. : Dana didn't go about his new

26PersonalDIAMOND "Xrlov trees, lion. Raatoneble. Ml 7.3544evenin5s be arrenged JIl.l Hospilulijalson, Accident Health interest haphazardly. He took
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trailer c: arid Beck I"I;: ::, Ill 2/27tht W. Roy Smith Raaltor Group 4 Business Int Matra

complete package FOR RENT: BY WEEK OR 5th Ave. So. Ml I 21221 757 (th Ave So. Ml 22175 pol Ian Life, Inturenee Contult four real estate courses in the
MONTH 2 BEDROOM APART. 2/20tHh A nice. high, LOT In Naples 3/1 t 3/S ant Harry Cloutar Ml I J09I University of California extension.

11898. See at 1660 Murex AND SAPPHIRE MENT IN LOVELY SECTIONOF Two Parh near Vanderbilt Drive.Has P__O.__.Bo. 9 9tb. 2/20tt". t
BRACELET: STRAND NAPLES JUST OFF THE bedroom House with carport welt on p.'I. Owner is ,
Drive or call Bill Tucker PEARL NECKLACE WITH BEACH CALL Ml I 26892 patio Hat built, In range. very Ml, will tall for $750 eath Waterfront
Midway.2-426 Excellent DIAMOND.SAPPHIRE CLASP. 3/ltf dishwasher. tpotal; "9*0. See Thitl' CARIBBEAN REAL.. Property
BOTH FOR SALE AT MUCH Good Terms to right people TY 3750 No Tamialml' Trail
Burl UNDER APPRAISED VALUE Furnished badroom apart Wonderful opportunity' CARIBBEAN Midway' 2615S.
CALL EVENINGS WE (.177(. mant huge living room, kitchen REALTY 3750 No Trail Good land unique double water Question If Tax Cut
2/2Ut fc bath Ml 2-3691. 2/25H Midway 28155 2/I6HU Some lots" on Mornlngaide' Drive. > aprommately 47 Big
YACHT BROKERAGE North Naples. 100' x 135' feet/n'0lJ1.: : Bay at one
I bdrm apt by wk or month 3 bedrOb'mt 2 baths. lit block 2/21f
end 47 feet on canal at other i
, Complete Naplat Lilting* TV on cable. firaplaca htMl ta baach On Central Ave 131,. .
of two
end contittt
Fina Inboard Boats From 20' Professional Service 22(52. 2/25 ( 500. Property
t
deluxe
Hat living roomFlorid. -
percel One about 47 x 100
Bob Martin MI2 3757 WATERFRONT DREAM
room combination with 47 45 feet Smell
Bnk.lmth Chna Craft Salai EBB TIDE APTS firaplaca. screened porch and toss black other top road* runt between Will Cause Business Boom

... .. OVERLOOKS
I SPORTS FISHERMAN Income Tan Returns prepared Wkly Monthly Season enclosed Alto Included them On Qoodland Point Oya
2S Ft. Ulrlckion. lying bridfa by M.. WeatGn, formar tax Modarn furnished Efficiencies draped and carpeting Torn DOCTOR PASSOne tar Shall Near Marina Canal
225 Gray Marina, alaapa thraa bedroom aptt McBride, Realtor, 532 Park St. Union moving
consultant for Little River :r. of THE MOORINGS fin. parcel hat wooden dock and By JACK LEFLERAP to the Soviet got
complete with thing chainror *"" Rd.. E. Naples So. Mi I 2 6&44. 2/iatf .
Service of M ami Call Midway ? taawali (5195 Mrt R E
eat waterfront lots. Perfect site! Business News Writer again after the International
2/235
,.. .
.nd m.n oth.r .t Top
) 2.2270 for 'PPOlntm.nt. Stewart Large home In Royel Harbor, for Florida home Grant Bonit, Spring. 1'1.
co..ditlon. $49 0.00. Call Barton Real Etttte Office 421 9th Modern I bad 'OOm unfurmth J bdrm, 2 baths. boat dock, fire J. W.your DYCHES REALTOR 2/ttw3t| NEW YORK (AP) A big Maritime Union called off Its

8'G. 2.112' St.. No. afternoon or evening ad APARTMENT with complete piece and porch 12 M 54 with question arose during the week nine-Jay boycott on loading
kitchen Near beach and shuping barbeque. 1144 3rd ST.. SOUTH WATERFRONT LOT with ..
Sal.: It ft. Thundarbird PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 4 BY SEASON OR YEAR Realtors. 4S3 Marlowe Sth Ave.and So.Been Ml >.i_>. m catt to Bay. A corner 135 a as the long.awalted Income tax grain. To get the longshoremen

complata with 2 Johnson outboard Notary' Ruth Andertoh RealEs4ats its Sth.Aye.. 10 MI 2.11._. 2.5221. 2: IStft.frl Lot Sabal Shores. Convenient 51 with city water available. cut became effectives Will the back to work, President John
.hortl '. Pin tree.
good
In watar lass than I Office. oppotit court OWNER'S larga / Location, Price, ) n."h.
studio .ff $795 $150
home on E. Trail .2(54 bort. clot to town. 12.000 with reduction Inspire multlbllllon- son ordered that !SO per cent of
year iso than half prical Ml 2 or Clancy. Air 1 condo & heat LOTS OF TREES:: PLUS ROOM dn David C Jones, Realtor, 3515lh a
2011 SIft St.. So. Ml I 23867. 2/lStft Compl. furnlahad Day Ston. TO BUILD ANOTHER HOUSEOR Ave. So MI 2.3SS2 $200 down end 125 monthly': dollar business boom? the wheat cold under future export .
RUTH ANDERSON; BrokerOppotlte
SMALL APT BLDG. HOuehas
ZI23tfsit.
craft Aptt 3950 14th St. No
licenses be carried in
President
courthouse on C. Trail Johnson Indicated
Ml ; two bedroomt two bath For
22792 22 Sale
Wooded Lot
houcaboat all convenience. 33-Services Offered SU rooms. two kitchens. living Shadowlawn School city water neer, 2116.tft7t Ml 22(54 or Ml 21867 his belief that It would If corpo. United States flag ahlps.
75 h p Palm River Marina. Garage Apt. with garage, TV room-dining room with reversecycle available. '
Terms.
cabla, Call rations and individuals turn
2/2151 Ml 23090 or Ml I 24902 __ RUBBER STAMPS that or month tsar, doy/nteiwn 2/21 By ,waak 25,2SAttractivT blocks air from condit Catholic oning School Two Mdway, ::: 2SI92y \ ... your mile Acres on watar weterlrontover, accet to Gulf.a
"" make a'food imprcuion. 2 bdrm Apt. within one block from City Hall sins' Beautiful Milan Brothers
Saerifie', "T7t Imp..1 Fiber, walking dlttanca of beach and palm tract ten tell pine t..... Holt In Naples Parh. Terms: can show_ by leap Acre channels.
flan Boat Rock.t Trailar. 2- Any alse. Quick terries. hopping (125 par waak or $400 Priced $I3.500 Includes everything ba ;.4m dawn, 500 Per month.Ml CARIBBEAN ground $412 per REALTY. Terms 3750 But it was too early to get
Evlnruda 3-t gal gas Total tanat and or MI 24440. Eve.sings. :
Collier county
County NEWS monthly 2/20tf to. Trail Midway 2.(155. much of a bearing on what bust
tank*. S lifa pratarvar cuthlont city only 17 dollar* Call C. J. MI .U44.. Peddle CultureAt

large coolar anchor, bait buck SEA WALLSCONCRETE ANNETTE:: 125:: e.elk WINN It. So.I ,. Realtor Himet' Midway 22270. or MI 31ltftlh.DEWEy. _ _ ness firms and people will do
at. gaff 4 landing nat raareignel 25074bedroom. WATERFRONT DREAM with the extra
light All AAA condition b.e/.GOm furn..h.d. Klt 11295; with tarmt 3/1 WOOD ROCK living ,oom, dining room Weekly OVERLOOKS The House and the Sonata Boom Rate
I monthly or y..r.ounePII 4 BR.. 2 BATH CBS HOME
Foundation Piles Ml' ? 3601' or ? 3Q4I Wilit, 16 X 30 ft. Flo"do Room DOCTOR PASS pushed the legislation through

5-Buslnets Oppi. Efficiencies. D.)'. W..h. or large screened putis. master Naplat Park Office One of THE MOORINGS fin. final action after 13 months of: MILAN, Italy (AP)-Thrre
Docks Month, (IRIS MOTEL). MI end beth. air condltloned I' ett waterfront lott Perlecl tile work Johnson signed It Immediately .i brothers from Milan .Jtr'paddtlnr
Mooring Whips ; utility room 2 car ear
2 2302 or Ml I 2.1155.4Hou..s J for your Florida home
TEXACO, INC. FOR LEASE. port. city aaweraga. well end PIne Ridga, 2 front corner lots J, W. DYCHES REALTOR _and caUad.lt .'the .Inglemost culture t id 'the man .
,
MODERN BAY SERVICE SAO EN... Automatic!! drydocki pump for aprlnkling. G E. stove # 10 and #11 Mock: "E" on important step we have tile street at a boom rate that
and All and 3rd ST, SOUTH
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID refrlg rugs drapat Iou''.".." A Center ISO. \1144
TRAINING PROGRAM AND "T.rT ABBOTT In.. For Kent some furniture, TV. cable gas WILLIAM T. .FRIEND Ml 2.2451"LAKEFRONT taken to strengthen our econo.< la making them rich and his
haat ONLY 115500 Located at ?42 N. High Street since World War "
FINANCIAL I ASSISTANCE II.
my sociologists puzzled.
..
Audio Road I 1191 7th ".., No. Call Bill East Haven C AVAILABLE. CONTACT DON
ABERNATHV TEXACO. INC. ,2JKH2 ..m 2447S. GUEST HOUSE 1 BLOCKS Tucker, Midway 2.505*. If '/I' Ifs frontage on Palm CircleIn In a radloWelevlslon address, Dangling the lure of learning

Ed 74112. 2/20tf FROM BEACH Seasonal rant- Beeutiful RIDGE' LAKES the President said on the Installment plan the
VIC S SHOE REPAIR Com HOMES BY STONE
.1.I $200 month J. W. DY
per
plate I Shoe Service Dyeing endrafmithing : CHES, REALTOR 1144 3rd St. CRAYTON COVE! Impact our R.duceeto II 000 "If American enterprise re. Fatbrl brothers are flooding:

SMALL MOTEL.APTS.NEARBEACH 12} 6th Ave. SoNaplet SOUTH Ml I 22452 2/lttft 2 A 1 bedroom hornet on I Ith 59-Acreage J. W. DYCHES REALTOR sponds to this new opportunity newsstands with serialized ver.

HAS EVERYTHING. _. Ave So between 6th A Sth 1144 3rd ST SOUTH with Increased investment and skins of such classics SB
.
3 bdroom, Ilk bat'h"T'unurnish.ed
OWNER BUILDING I I.ARGER Its. either completed or under MI 2 2452
MOTEL.. EXCELLENT IN eic.pt for built In stove. construction, priced from 114. expansion-with new productionand Dante's Divine Comedy In com.
COME Ml 27521 3B-Autos For Sale carpeting. drapes and air con. $00 to 117,500 with good termt ( Acre Tract' on black top road;. Here I I. an opportunity to own the
new product.-wlth
cre. with comic
books and
Call 12750, with Terms CARIBBEAN of petition
2/20tft ditloner Yearly J. W. COCONUT GROVE: 1 bedroom an entire island In one the
Dyche. Raaltor MI 22452 hornet tt 1350 down 187 62 per REALTY 3750 N Tarn most sought altar araet of the atlon of new jobs-then the tax movie magazines
JEEP Cullom lied. like new 2/23 month Incl tenet A 'Int laml Trail, Midway 2 (I5S. Northern Hemitphere LocatedEleuthert
will
cut bring greater abun. Another top seller rolling off
Sea at Naples Awning & Glass 2/16tftw Northern
from
lust lhrse miles
12-Help Wanted or at 10(1 Broad Ave No. bath Furnished home new watt 3 of bdrm Trail on 2 tile 7th WILLIAM Builder B. STONE INC. : In tIle Bahema lalandt dance to all Americans. Then the Fabbri presses Is the Bible,

'f. Ch.". C Onvsr t. 14 t... '1"MI Ave. No. evellable now In. SO Tenth St. No. MI 2.513S Five' acre fracts S miles from this 'island It surrounded the federal government will not printed In ISO! weekly Install.
2.6G7L after 4:30: p.m. elude carpeted living.dining 2/IITHtS 1 city llmitt' High: and dry 6oI.land, by protective reels. thus af
have to do for the
mentB available 40
at cents
W.ais to do lignt houtcwork 1/2b 4t era other flea* tarrenoreverte .. road to each tract $ paracre fording, one of the moat beaut! economy
and cools 1 meal 3 hours dally Jycle G.E, Air 1 CondSi "BRAND NEW"WATERFRONT Marlowe" and Back Real ful bathing baachet and her what the economy should do for each
Infrared .In tort. 4(3 5th Av*. So MI 2(221 bore known This ,island hat lit '
or I hours t days a week Ph WE NEED ROOM heating plus Itself. Artistically Illustrated aerie
HOME 3 blocks /ll.tft. own frath watar supply and
MI 2-4104 attar 'p.m. If both baths Q.C. all electric'
MAKE AN OFFER kitchen dlihweih.r garbage from b..ch. 2 Bedrooms and 2 would be ideal for an encluaiveretort The tax cut, when fully effec.tlve such as "Masterpieces of the

Need qualified sales help tu..t SS 59 FORD FORD HT 4 0,. 195 195 dltpotel ra.ga with eahausthood. B.th. Sas.naI' Rental $2400 lilt Acres on State Highway development Price:: in 1965, will make avaUable Centuries" and "Maalers of
of
will 3/ICC
for
In ebreett of the 0' rent minimum 112500000
kiepmg control
timer com In
even
(4( (60 ft. road fronteee
many opportunities, pretentlng 57 FORD Wagon 395 bmation frosts 4 refrigirutor.Large I month during ....0... #Section 71. Townthlp 44 South, nr.:1" Smith Realtor an additional $11.9 billion in Color" also are going like hot

themtelvet Mutt b* creetlve (1 55 FORD BUICK XL500 Conv HT 2195 345 screened rear porch with J. W. DYCHES, REALTOR Range 2( E. Only {12.(00 withreed So Ml 22175 spending power of which $2.4 cakes, and rival publishers are

McBridc Long hourt Realtor hard. 132 work Park Tom St. (0 CHEV 2 0,. 995 eliding room end g/itt/ mailer door bed to living tulta 1144 MI 3d 'ST..2457. SOUTH lerma REALTY. Best 3750 Buy No CARIBBEAN Tarn. 3/1 &' 3/1 billion will go to corporations.The trying to get in on the boom.
57 Olds IS HT 495 Undoubtedly "the ( Take'front
So. 3/ltf 58 OLDS IS 4 D,. (95I Walk In tlotett. all new drape laml Trail Midway 2 UK2M lot lilt In Naplaa malt. Facet administration envisionsthis The Fabbrla Giovanni, 44,

( CHEV But 1495 4 furniture. lawn Itt todded car and attached We hays complete t,tie recOrds Acre Cemp Site, 1295 CAinf southwest across privet luketowards as providing more money Dlno, 42, and Rlno, 37 hopeto
ell lands advertised
sat WEEKLY AND MORE par on in thiS
59 CHEV 4 Dr. Itt rer. lIt I mile from GoldenGete Beech Club Goll
acres
For reliable man or woman loaarvlce 57 MERC HT 595 I landtcaped 1200 parmonth paper See ut for your ab I mile north of Cou,... This properly hec curv for consumers higher profitsfor spread out until they cover
customer In Neple HT 495 Call owner it 2 72MI2S2S272S straCts. Till Co of NaplatHoute I proposed business more Jobs rein. almost the
57 FORD Ft Lauderdale I road 5695 CASH, concrete retaining' wall al entire range of human
Full or part time No Invettment 12 SCOUT 4 W 0,. 14 S 1/1 Absolutely the flnett Invettment shore line to protect egalntlerotion torcements for the gold supply knowledge
C. R. Ruble Dipt ,
Write
of bedroomtIVt
Consists two Lot has tewerIntlallad
peculation Coll city
F.2, P. O Box 2447. MempniaTennettee Salasrnen: Paul Gr.h.m. TomPoole. Unfun..hed House Fo Rent In er County broad levelers for the business
CaIIMI 2.2990. 2127th. bath Living room Dining H .LUFF R and paid for Price: Prompted by their success,

: t/ll. 25 .-Elton'Jill bring Devidton your LaurenBlue choice nat room) ,Family kitchen room(plenty air of cond cabi). 2 er.2770, 'rilG.tth fcl.. N*.: tl.h1:: 110.000 cash. 311.6 cycle, new restraints on govern the big Milan publishing houseof

to you Cell Ml 2 5154 Lot of room } bdrmt t both. Florida room storage closet ment .spending and. extra lm Rizzoli has launched an am.
Wanted Female
13-Help COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS A yard you can take pride In. with, washer a. elee water heater Iii miles'
Naplet High Acres for the
petus antipoverty protram. bilious new aeries called "The
Your Friendly I Cool In winter
IfRg.'er in summer, warm carport with storage closet from city only I .- five acre 65-General Real Estate
MERCURY t* M (1500 a month yearly end Terrace House I It of parcel remaining ItS Down Great Religions Illustrated"

Weitrett Apply In perton wanted only Days too III"only. I960 Mercury 4 dr full power.factory basis, rent or can Wesley be optionee Downing Buylike CBS conttructlon Terrenetloort ISO per month Philip, N KeyetP Frederick R. Kappel, chair. Another publisher la doing his
well
heater
Buccaneer bitween 12 I: 30 only air, good cond I boughtit Realtor, Ml 2 li/I. Electric electric range end refroll I... .2114.. 0 .Box DOS Naplat Midway man of American Telephoneand own serialization of the Divine
2/13U new Call Ml 21155 1(72 Jewel Bee Avenue.
2/19.21w' Royal
eluded The Lot I I. 70 X ISO Telegraph Co. expressed
2/2'St .c'.treel. 'is down 1J Harbor. Waterfront teewellcentre Comedy.
Girl wented Tuet Fri. & Sat 1 bedroom, 1W- batTu''h.i ;;' complete with and tprlnkler thrub Mutt ty* month' no Interest. IJ50 Two per heel end air. 2 bdrmt the opinion that the cut will Experts are baffled by the
Night Apply' in parson ..tC.o".1 ed eicept for built In stove. tems. tree 2 baths. porch, III.150
JEEP. Cuttomlied like new miles from Golden Gate City garage
Drive In See at Naplat Awning 4 Glass carpeting, drapes and air conditioner b* sees to be apracietedLocation Collie County Real Estate "have the possibility of substantial fact that workers are willing to
Yearly" Call J. WDyche few blocks frombeach. I E ISIS Mandarin Rd 1 bdrmt.. economic stimulation." In the six
Heir ttylitt' top talary" guarantee or at I0t Broad Ave No at 450 Ird Ave Nounder .. chg South of Courthouto25lfwt spend long run,
.
*. Realtor Ml 22452 2 bath central heat and air,
In commitnon; state 2/21 119.000.Ion.. Ml t 4134. oorch carport Assume mortgage He said the effect on AT&T times the base bookstore price

qualification her N.Box.... I737AA Col. 40-Autos Repair.Parts FOR SALE In quiet ne_g ibor Two entre large loll on lOthi Ne closing cottt 17.000 will be a $!I%mllilon tax saving for the Divine Comedy and the

2/2S: 3114Help County Furnished 0' unfun..h.d 3bdrm. hood. Large 1 bedroom home Avenue. Lake Forrett Block dn. III.900 this year an Increase of $100 equivalent of $77.50! for the Fab.brls' .
4 bedroom 2 Not 3 and 4. Reeton
Into
houss III 8'GOktld. Vii' easily mad C. Lot
lege by year or by taaton Ml bath and fir.pl.tcreened Large able Write: M... Frank Spencer 145 11 th St No. I bdrm. I million in expenditures fcr construction leather-bound, seven vol.

Wanted MalePart 2 (23S or Ml 2.4029. 2/2011 porch 4. utility shad It25 W. Pryor, Chicago 41Illmoit bath, replace. carport good and creation of 12,000to ume Bible.
LOOK HERE New investment 512,954.
Air" condo In bedroom 2/13414
15,000 new jobs with the company sociologists have dee
fence enclosed 30 s 15 *w,m Some
Watarlront Rental 1 bedroom of 4 For trailer' 0' homesite "er Lot 21 Block I. Reyel' Harboroverlooking and Us suppliers.
Lot for
ming pool. storage elded that the sudden thirst
time, help Retired Wondering where to 2 batht. Dithwathar. stove. ditpotal .
or temi ge
Cupboard 111.500. Ml I I acre tractt 2V It acre I acre bay, aiawall. Coil
retired men preferred Few With your ear problems? unit TV cable Unfurnithed 2-33(0. tpaca a7t tract with electricity and II.50ft. tacr fica $6t1.. Individuals whose income taxes culture represents a status

hours day .hft. weekend Apply Factory FinIsh Paint Joke .il now available. SI25 par readt Other bl' acreage tracts. are withheld from their symbol or a desire tar something .
el Crtyton Cove Standard Tno 25377 22jJJ 120 dn 120 per mo and up. Lot 14 17th Ave So Aqua
2120.11.23 Wreckt Rebuilt Newly decorated 2 bdrm fur 58-Lots For Sale Collier County Real Ettete MI lane. walarfrant, coal 17(00tacrifice : wages will first notice the cut { once available only to the

Tuneup fished houte Fla Rm TV 2 39(1 2/ltfwtht 14250 on payroll checks dated March wealthy. They also suspect that
Assistant. office meeagar full front end cable. carport near Gulf. MI
t'mo. General office work. : IIng alignment 2.42S1 after 4pm. 2/25.51 SOMETHING DIFFERENT; IN" Lot 13 Benyeit' Blvd, High lot S and thereafter. many buyers are attracted
typing tend retume rt t* Motor Overhaul A nice high LOT In Naples ACREAGENOW overlooking Gulf SecrFfec ut Steel and automobile production more by elegant bindings than
experience, age reference Trxntmlttion, rebuilt I bedroom house. furn..h.eMI Park tear Vanderbilt Oro" $5(50 bulwarks of the
Mutt ,have car Box 1737Q Col LubricationUnd.rceat 2.J". after I: 39. IIltf Has well 0" premises. Owner It 1 acre tracts located. 450 Klh Ave to AQu.nt., 2 economy, content.
her County New '/ very III. will tall for 1750 u'''. i ..., one mile from U I. 41D' bdrm 2 baths. central heat C continue to move ahead at a.
Clean 4 room guest house furnithed Sea That, CARIBBEAN REALTY ye on lo in t property with air, garage, waterfront 131.100.
Gas station ....nd.nt all Brakes Screened porch Week. 1750 No Tamiaiml Trail, ,Ou' Own en and gosraire ,.t.ga'sst '3/251 high rate.
around Psil 1 tires. me yearly. Storter St ph Ml I III of steel showing
'tE-: Apply Polish. & Wan " .: North Trail. 2 4211 after I .
at Naples p m 2/25.50 Industrial 4515 Full pr'ce SlOb Far for the
Increue eighth
consecutive
2121:31.3ftEDPART Lote em Redo Road farther snformalie'r tsillatt: VINCE CONBOY
Don look any further IU MI. E. of Airport toned C-1 D T Jones Entirpntei me week, reached an eight
WHO
TIME MEN
400 i 100. |2.500 with tarme 2 P O Be "'1.
See Midway \140 lit month high. Mill turned out
COULD USE AN EXTRA p. 54-Trade or Sell Naolsu.' Fla50Rooms, Ith Av*. Parkway
70 A WEEK. PHONE Ml Chevrolet Inc. PIt. Ml' 1141WANT 2,299,000 tons of ingots up 1
2.3(15 3/HJ Ingram Trail'I Acre Lots SO' u 150 percent

I3S tth St. N. Ml ISleS for 1475. |2SOdn.. bal $10 per mo" from 2,27V,000 the previous
TilE NEWS FOR Fl.i'5VT'IrCh. $Maple Bowling Stock acreage Dick Hill Broker For Rent
CALL Naplet .. lots. Mortgage ate' week. Operation were at better
RUBBER STAMPS H LUFF: R. E Broker: 41i' Office el the M.lhout CO. than 72 per cent of estimated
body *1h St. No Midway.. 2 22>* Ml 2 4101 ilerp'ng fee*" fer 'rear
and Cll..... in good condition i bedroom 2/lltftlh Food Bank 19(4 Fredricift'. capacity.The .
Widg
Lavaly Pine
without engine or. .trent Stele. Homo will "Change for downlawn Baeutiful cleared high lot on | am. 2/21 3/1 automobile 1 industryturned
end condit on Box 32S02Qa
ClASSIFiED DISPLAY price. Tech Atlanta 13 Oa Home 121.WO Contact O. paved read. So Tamiami Sleeping room Private beth' 4 out Us one.mlllionth car
Height. 90 19 .
H LUFF R. E Broker 421Slit $20 dn $20 :
2/U.ZS: 3/1 St. No. Midway.. 2.227'55StorelOffice Me $1700 full price entry, week Twin or fo.rn month mattresses.Days Stone' of the year during the week and

canal Cleared nolden lot 75 i 150 on wide Ret Caribbean Rd.. Pine AD aimed at a coal of 850,000 tor
Shore Full
42-Machlnery. Equip. $3950 $100 dn $40 per price mo Ridge MI22/92dey'". 2/25tf February.Assemblies.

4-50 a ISO lots on St Rd 151 totaled an estt.

eoM11ow9J Thomaton. Drive. Last Naples. Everyone Reads The NEWS mated 171,800
GROCERY STORE SSOO ea. SIC. dn Ill ,.' mo passenger cars
EQUIPMENTEverything Owner MI 2 MH 2/25w against 189,770 the previous
Store building 20 o SO1 locatedon
tollS need for a week and 148,889 a year ago.
you 51 h Avenue 1202 per mo
grocery or tundry ttor*. Call Wesley Downing Realtor Servlcel Offered I ServIces Offered Services Offered Overtime work Vai planned

11 ft. Huteman Dairy Display Ml l.IJ'--_ _2/l2wtlf'- II'evel at five of General Motors' 23
Meftn. siedafty.de'ige.d p.et. 10 ft. Marten Meet Cetes RU WAY SPRAY COSpray1Peisting I
: : Case '
InMMdAccndner: atom,-pneerWpatten ft. Warren Meet Case Corner ttore for rent Mil Ave with interlock for RENTALS Rip-Rap Seawalls plants and seven of Ford's 16.

franat" raiaenitH.Cat1 ... Frozen Case ... el Sth St. ... 2400 tej ft. Dealers sold 208,400 domestic-
S ft. Se ;;WMA'r :; : I
aur local....., 5' i S' Hill W.III.11t Bus 14" _suit will tenant divide Gulf* decorate Realty Ml to .C REE I"ured Art $chulthe.e, Mid. Rotlawey. Bub, Beds and Rock Groins made cars In the middle 10 days

Band Sew National Gender 24150 i/2Mi* way. 2.4504. Screened Cribs. HI.Chll Creosote seawalte e/eek.. of February, a gain of 7 percent

The Hilhouse Co.pi.Wie Toledo Tenderer 10" I ;;;;; Strollers. "ort. Cribs over a year earlier.

Meet Block 2 Toledo Scale. Office Speee $12 a 19 ft. For Talepivone also smell office erng with, service egn, and ether reeds for un..pe ted MA'RATIION I Chrysler and Ford showed gainsof NEW E N V 0 Y-C. Bork.El .

.
Storage I MI. Eel Coast
.
RM at S45 per mo
Beer
Airport en *)..*.. FJd AW Root Machine Colony BMg' MA Sth Ave SoTamiami space Call and rsceptionist' seevice' guests CO. 18 per cent over a year ago brick, career diplomat from
1.4355.
flM delivered DREDGING
MI I4M1 complete tf I and General Motors was up 4 Leulevllle, Ky., Is shewn at
MILMOUSE COD Delivery C
servics
THE pickup
=
.iSj k Hill ',.., Stoves .For Rant VIC'S .H ERIPA Corn Dredre Drarliner. per cent. American Motors was State Department In Washington

..... .. Commercial or Profett'onelfor I : Shoe Service' Dyeing and THE and DozIer Work 18
... Radio Rd Ml MM1 1121 per.... See Q ,. $25 5th Ave., 50Naples. HILHOUSE CO off por cent after taking eath *a new

:-1k 2/U.M 51 tuff No R Midway E Broker 2 22'S 421 tt* Rude Read MI 'UOI Airport Rod MI 2.4323 The stalled shipment of wheat U.S. embaitedor to VUlulayla.tee'tez .

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Sunday Math 1. 1914


v TUESDAYIN U.S. Makes


w1111 ; o IpUR Profit OnSeigniorage



I: PUOLIA I rOMARKETS iooj WINTER HAVEN



04 STORE
WASHINGTON (AP) It will
gladden your heart to know that
your government makes money
making money.It .
nets a tidy profit In turn
Ing silver, copper, nickel and
zinc Into coins-around $50 mil.
'% D Swift's Premium SlicedCanadian lion this year.
This If known. seigniorage.
WHERE 6or.pkg. Technically, seigniorage lithe
a Bacon 59cSHOPPING difference between the face
value of coins minted and the
cost of the metals Involved.
Swift's Premium Tasty However, there are manufactur.
ISA Ing, handling, administrativeand
1.lb. other costs Involved, which
a Dinner Franks 49CSWIFT'S cut down on the pronto '
PLEASURE! .. pkg. Eva Adams, director of the
mint, estimates that the mint
'' realized $41.5 million In clear
/ PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT. INSPECTED profit on its coln.maklng opera.
tions for the year ended last
June 30 and expects to net $51.4
I TENDER-AGED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF million In the year ending next
June 30.
As an Illustration of how this
seigniorage works, the mint
"I' uses this illustration:
ROUND STEAK (boneless) A pound of copper costs the '
mint 30 cents. Out of thin pound "
it can make 145 pennies. The
seigniorage therefore Is $1.13on
a pound of copper. However,
79c manufacturing costs Involved In
making those 145 pennies total
around 11 cents.So the profit is
copper.reduced to $1.04 on a pound of

PRICES For the year starting next
a ,
r EFFECTIVE July 1, the mint expects to man.

,+ MON., TUES., ufacture. about 4,700,000,000coins.
'
WED., MARCH The manufacturing costs-not
," : ,,,7 2, 3, 4, 1964 counting the cost of the metals
Involved-will be an estimated
$6,060,000, compared with the
cost of $4,088,000 for turning out
4,100,000,000 coins this year.
,il t .IOO FREE: UV IOOI This spring the mint Is coin.
Ing the first of some 90 million
,I JW Green halt dollars that, over the years,
delicious
buffet treat i I riili Lteeuta.n4prd..ee.h psi will honor President John F.
: I SKIP TILE CLEANER Kennedy. The first will be dls.
tributed in late March-early
1 '
t, BORDEN'S (LIMIT 2)) j I ( a qt. size $1.15 April.
I Oddly enough, despite the fact
8000000000.0000020008 that the mints-in Philadelphiaand
i Denver-turn out billions of
CREAM CHEESE -
coins each year, the country always .
IOO El lIAlf IOO seems to be on the verge
of a coin shortage.


p 3.oz. I Oc ". 't"g; l I JW Green vllli.Silt awls M/Stamps wcl>*M efa ; Syria Knows

k Pkg SKIP TILE SEALER
1 p .r qt. size $1.49 Reasons To Be
+ ,4< + p tuBirw W..n. _.... March 4, 1M4 .
.. :: Wary Of March

CROSSE & BLACKWELLDATENUT i j DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -
50 V eXTRA 50 Syria, like Caesar, has reason
fREE UUVt to beware of March.
ROLL Plots thicken as the warm
jg J" Green Stampsilk spring wind begins sweeping oft
Alec*****:ens'f rdi MJi < the desert Into the wide streetsof
j AJAX LAUNDRY DETERGENT ,' Damascus. In March 1962,
and March 1963, resultedin
they
C limit 2 w/ king size $1.35 violent overthrow of Syrian
reg. 1 0 of 8000000222000000000 ;. governments.
ton h"'m o clotutt produce lane Troublesome symptoms are
$;,00 other again March.present as Syria faces an.

FIRM HARD GREEN 50 uVU FREE: 050 Internationally, the country
stands alone-edgy about neigh
boring Iraq, distrustful of President .
Jffl l Green Carnal Abdel Nasser's
CABBAGE5e I MA"1.co.,... United Arab Republic, at odds
) KAISER with the Jordanian monarchy,
Club (limit
Breakfast 2)) stampJ brimming with enmity towards
25 ft. roll I
I r1; ".,ln. W4n4ay.. Israel, suspicious of the West
l MARGARINE10e and against the CommunistEast.

In the recent Arab summit
conference In Cairo,Syria hard.
lb. 501W50 ly nibbled at the lovefeast. Sy.
; : rian delegates went home com.
plaining of weak resolutions
Assorted Flavors JW( Green Stamps against the Israeli plans to dl.
I with Ale COVM*wl ewdw.h vert Jordan River waters.
Hunt's Delicious DECAF INSTANT COFFEE Domestically, the Baath gov.
ROYAL GELATIN 8-0K. ernment which came to powerin
5-os. Jar 99c
27f.
Mushroom Sauce 2 cans .r.t:: .x.im W.dn4y. March .. IH 8 a military coup last March
.. seems equally alone.Support.
reg. C Underwood BrandSardines jooooooooooooooooooi ers of Nasser are still hanker
5 flat Ing for Syria's return to union

pkg. . . 2 OQ< with Egypt. They seize every
. . cons nrXEXTRA"'X1O\( opportunity to cause trouble for
limit I 6 with purchases of $3.00 or more Three Diamond Brand !50 VVU FREE VVU .....O the government.In .
Valley BrandPURPLE the city of Horns, 110 miles
White Meat 3 IS $1 GrenStamps north of Damascus, they Infll.
PLUMS Tuna I ....1....,..........._... I trated an anniversary celebration .
Red Lobel '" BAYER ASPIRIN TABLETS of the foundation of the
U.A.R. and tried to promote a
11 100 ct. bot. 79ec
Karo Syrup .. : pt 31f. ..i.... W....._... March 4, 144Jtil general strike.
2'1 29 . .$o. .'. . bot. J t The government called It a
.
'' 000000000000000000 "dangerous move against national
can
SNO-Tip Alaska ,v': security" and hastily con
.
? I toll vened a special military court.
Penny Saver Pink LotionDETERGENT SalmonDelicious . . .1. . can 57 !50 EXTRA FREE 050 Less had than sentences 24 hours ranging later, firemen up

!/ Different, .4 to 20 years at hard labor.

Minute Rice ."... .. . . pkg.45f. I Green.i*S.U CM***.Stamps..*.<*-..] I- hint Other-the Intriguers government could will see react the
$ LYSOL SPRAY DISINFECTANT strongly to threats of a general
3 1.22oz. Assorted Scents Glade 7*oz. size 98c strike.

size Air Freshener spray bomb 59tluiry r=::\ aNna! Wd..Mday. March a fII Ing The the greatest government trouble Is economic.The now fac..

00000000000000000000 winter has been bad for

.,,, ., crops, Syrian business Is stag.
'' "
specialsBreakstone' ...".",'., :.* nant, prices are rising and In.
\ vestments
are at a standstill.
Brand h, :.<;j O

SOUR CREAM . . . . . cup pt. 39 F:&;),'''"'Welcome I ; ; STORE HOURS ATLANTA on the NOISY Georgia AP AUDITION) Tech- Never campus before .

Pillsbury CrescentDINNER I' has such
an assortment of
S.OK. .h\' FloridaVfeiiors l\lo s:3o groans shrieks, hisses, rumbles
l ROLLS . . . . can 29 ru LI 8'30- : cries, shrill and wheoos been.

tf1 % M A R K K T !g ; Friday heard.The noises. were made recently

e frozen foods .<" t ( \ / 8:30.9:00: by a variety surtedexperimentint of new whistles.with Officials .

Pepperidg( Farm' Assorted Flavors 1I ,. r-" Saturday new ones after the old whistle-
::\ less steam pipe atop the Tech
I PARFAIT CAKES t&:: 8:30.7:00 power plant which
; 49 signaled
.
. . classes for years, was ..tolen.CI..e. .
.
ran overtime and

i ac'cent lipton's lipton'stea Lipton'sbulk liquid alldetergent lux liquiddetergent handy-andy An whistle students experimental started carryinswatches.steamboat

was much favored on
seasoning instant tea bags tea liquid cleaner campus but somehow Tech didn't
quite fit into a nautical motif.

,1/ 129-x"t .!: $133 46 P"..". 67 "p".'*,. 45 iJie er. JQi 22.fief.... 57 26.ise.... 69 a railroad Now students whistle are, here ad jutting to stay to,

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-c. : ; t
'Ryan's Repose' MonumentTo '. ,, Total For Month
I -' .. Q! t, Ntro ;

'' .. .... ,..,.. Hits $291,571A t lees collie

Fat Life 1964 StyleLOS ".. .,' jjJ total of 49 building permits .
P' were Issued during the.. -,
; month of February by the County SECTION: B Sunday March I, 1964
ANGELES (AP-In the switchback trails and dotted bye t-/\' Building Department, with values .
Bel Air district, where thi i caves with groined ceilings, was ;; totaled at $291,571.Permtt. .
wealthy dwell In homes of glory, once a private park and picnic were Issued as Corner"Sheller's
Jack Ryan's family pad Is spot.Film follows .U *)n<"- family rest. J lie j ociry (
among the most glorious of all. star Warner Baxter built t w..rrs denies at$163,07610; commercial
"Odds fish!" you mutter upon the main house about 16,000 r buildings at $95,98011 for additions !.
entering this dizzying domain, square teet-tn the 1930s, and It rrrrw..raw and alterations at $20,350: ; Luck"The
"I took a wrong turn and hereI will probably never be known and 7 listed as miscellaneous at
am at the New York World's how many rooms It has. Esti. $12,165. sheller in the early morn
Fair." mates range from 30 to 54, but Eight permits were issued in
That's not so farfetched, elth. how do you count rooms in a ,. North Naples with values at$62,. Takes the shortest path to reach the shore.

er. Ryan's 4t.&.acre estate, house where the closets are as .rir.r.avs o.rr..era'r'ea 8001 14 in East Naples at $181,. He starts his search as the day is born.

draped over a steep, green hill big as most people's living 410; 12 in Immokalee at $56,427: ; Shells he has, but he wants more.
side, Is enough to send a maha. rooms and even the bathroomsare one In Chokoloskee at $3,200;

rajah applying for urban re.. subdivided? Baxter, in. one In the Donlta area at $1,000; As he scans the vastness of the sea,
newal. spired by early spook films, .... two in the Marco Guodland area
The estate whirs, clicks and added a network of secret I at $30,264; and four on the Islesof And thinks of Its boundless store of treasureHe

jiggles its switches, making panels, so you can play hide. Capri at $19,470. hopes the waves hava scattered freeA
dally life a waking dream. and.seek all over the house. : Total value of construction for
( wealth of shells that will him .
give pleasure.He
Everything Is automated, downto Tennis enthusiast Glenn Austin '.,I'-h" which permits were issued in
the little hillside rills and( later bought the estate and ., February 1963 was $130,807.
waterfalls that tumble into a added a tennis house and tennis ; ;' yI.j .- : '" :,,:-: ::;. :.;.'\...,;\.. : Thirty five permits were Issued longs to find a specimen rare,

blue lagoon beside the velvet. courts, still considered among "' In that month one year ago. One that is scarce or quite unknown;

couched grotto and the cave the nation's finest. ; {'i Total for 1963 through So that with shelters he can compare
t with the beer.stocked Enter Jack ......
refrigera Ryan. ,}t.. February was $369,307. In 1964 And claim distinction for his
tor.Ryan's Ryan bought the Tudor-style ; .I:: ... ,. through the first two months the own.
Repose, as some wags house In 1962, moved his family ; : total has reached $566,278.
dub the estate, Is a monumentto wife, Barbara; daughters,, Among the permits Issued in He stoops and scratches, wades and turns,

the Fat Life of 1964. Ann, 9, Diana, 7-4nto it and 'w.' ..\.. !# February this year was one to But finds so many that are not new;

The estate, crisscrossed by then bought undeveloped( par. d..t' .:: ,' the City of Naples for a storage When suddenly his eye discerns
.
--. ;
eels on either side. water tank in East Naples at
.r ,,: One quite unusual that has to view.
Doctors Outline He didn't( realize the enormityof .. $52,765. Other permits Included: come
what he'd done, he says, un. Residence for 11. C. Kernaghan
I New Program Of til his wife and daughters be. on the Isles of Capri, valued at With bated breath and exultant heart

gan disappearing. Whenever $11,0001; residence for Oscar Ang. He makes a leap to seize the prize,
Dental Services they let each other out of sight FORT JACKSON, S. C., Feb. 25 A ing as a Personnel Records Specialistat win on Little Marco Island at But the waves roll in and then depart

.. they couldn't find each other certificate of achievement" Is presentedto Fort Jackson Specialist Herren has $16,000; residence for Avery Kis-
And the
is Sheller's luck! he
t? again for hours. see In East Naples, $11,000 re. gone gem. cries.
here
attended the BAAC school at
5 Norman A. Herren during
Specialist -
"It was horrible, Ryan sayi silence for James Mallory in
"We should have had blood( an awards ceremony held recentlyat Fort Jackson and the Pay Specialist Pine Ridge at $16,000; residencefor By Robert E. Adams

hounds." this Infantry Training Center. Colonel School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, In. Herbert Sullivan in Marco t
This house was not a home, diana. He enlisted in the Army in 1961 and a residence for the Florida at 7 p.m. In the Fellowship Hall.
he decided Karl D. MacMillan, commandingofficer Baptists To Hold
thereupon taking Forestry Service at Royal Palm The program win be presentedby
,, ; steps to make it livable. And U, S. Hospital Fort Jackson, three years after graduating from Everglades Hammock at $11,264.Audubon Home Missions' Mrs.David Witt,Prayer chairman ,

t though Ryan's not short on S. C., made the presentation, citing High School, Everglades, of (the W.M.U. All womenof
pocket change, he abandonedthe Florida Herren makes his home in Group Prayer ProgramThe the church and friends are In.
idea of hiring servants, Specialist Herren for professional competence vlted.

M i Yw choosing Instead to use IngenuU dedication to duty, and Naples. To Hear Speech Annie Armstrong Prayer of 1111. largest
Program fur Home Missions at The (
ty.Ryan, 37, is an electrical engineering awareness of responsibility while servo On BinocularsThe the Naples First Baptist' Church t had a head with! a. I
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and Industrial admlnistratlon will be held Thursday) March 3!I, diameter of 1.225.000 mile.
graduate from Yale. Chamber Present public is Invited to hear .
Sale Of Old House In
Earlier he had exercised his In. 'Village'Stirs a talk on "Binoculars for Bird.
genulty by helping design the Business System ing" at the Audubon Society meet.
Sparrow m and Hawk missiles Memories For Mrs. BarclayA big March 9th at 8tOO p.m. at the
Ryan Joined a major toy com Survey To SeniorsA Woman's Club, President Walter You'll need exciting new suits

pany In 1954 as Inventor and dl. survey of the American bus. recent sale of a Greenwich Mrs. Barclay now owns the home, C. Hutchinson said yesterday
rector of research and develop. the only one still remaining In the speaker will be binocular and
iness system will be presentedto Village house dating to the days
ment. the family of those buying at the telescope expert R. J. Reb
School seniors rural
Naples High when the Village was a
Ryan's enthusiasm for fun next week (March 2.6)) in five community, attracted attention 1920 auction. chert. i !
and games on a grand scale, class sessions in a program of New Yorkers> and Is not without Mrs. Barclay's son,Peter Hanson Hutchlnson said Reichert flrMM wdy
plus adequate coin of the realm, Greater who has visited Naples, will bring an assortment
prepared by the Naples local Interest. i
t cui and
of b n 0 era
led to the restoration of Ryan'sRepose. Chamber of Commerce. Thisis Mrs. Thomas Barclay. Jr., oc Naples{ Is historic home at No. 6 Grove copes and color slides of birds
the second year that the Cham. 545 Central Avenue, ,
He picked 10 college studentsto ber has presented the material.> the owner of similar house, one Court. Mrs. Barclay livedin and animals photographed Our New Suit arrivals for Easter, in

work 12 hours a week In ex. The lectures will be part of of six that were built between the home, for about 10 years through also binoculars.be available Reichertwill for consultation 2 or 3 piece, styles, are available In .
change for free dormitory rent before coming to Naples.
the Americanism versus Com. 1830 and 1840 on what is now
on binoculars or tele Light weight cottons Palm Beach Lin
of the
DR.DWCHT G. LEE In a wing house. munlsm course offered to cI. known as Grove Court. ,
Then he sent them into the vies class students of Mrs. Mrs. Barclay said her family SaveYourVisionWeek scopes brought to the meeting.! Aires in dressy or sportive types .
Hutchinson said Reichert Is
wilds of the estate to work. A co.
The Collier County Children's sketched out Inna Olson. The program was has attempted to check accurate. author of an Audubon Magazine: See our selection of coats in silk all
Committee heard Dr. budding architect developed by the Chamber In ly the date her house was built, March 1 To T article, with Mrs. Reichert. \
weather and small basket
restorations and additions( as weaves,
G. Lee and Dr. cooperation with Mrs. Olson and and believe it dates back to around
Dwight WayneC. "Know Your
Ryan dreamed them up. A horticulturist There 50 million Binoculars", and
Wood- are vision
Wallace been white and I'pilstels.
!School principal 1790. "But we never have .
Wills describe the dental did his master's the book "Dlnoculari and !Scopesand .
delinquents on your streets, Dr.
able to find records to be sure,
services for needy Collier thesis on Ryan's flora, discover. ruff.Covered by the series will be said Barclay William T. Barrett of the South. Their Uses In Photography",
Mrs
County children at a meeting Ing the trees alone were worth such topics as competition, capital The news story tells the his. west Florida Optometric Association and of numerous other articles.
held Monday evening at the $225,000. profits, regulatory infltton.ees tory of the six houses bullt'ln said today .as- he an; Admission to the meeting Is

Health Department.Dr. "OnajroJ! was the installation .,pn. he,economy..und theM.: J those' early years and of the flouncedtho.. annual observanceof free _________ ,
1" "
Lee, who Is a graduateof of telephones-more than 60 tory of the American free-mar. auction held( to sell the block''' "Save Your Vision Week" ARMADILLO BURGERS? t taienu
the University of Nebraska of them.A ket, free-enterprise system. In about 1920.Number March 1.7 here. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. ?R.
School of Dentistry comes to walk through the estate Is Class students are now preparing 6 house was bought by Dr, Barrett, Naples optometrist
Naples following two years in like walking through an anthill. essays on the American Cornelia L. Swlnnerton at the noted thai because vision fAD-Looking for a new dish1Trv 1

the U.S. Air Force at Cars- Here, under a wide lawn, economic system as part of a auction, an aunt of Mrs.Barclay. usually changes without warning Armadillo. David Austin
Ryan plans a subterranean ball. Kiwanls Club competition. or pain and a person can become slat biologist, say he has it-
well Air where he
Force Base
room, with high ceiling and Speaking to the classes dur. MORE THAN HALP OP accustomed to inadequate vision, tended three barbecues where
held the rank of captain. Dr. sweeping staircase. The lawn? ing the week will bet Chamber HORID/VS\ / TOIRISTS WILL Individuals who have vision We Honor American ExpressDOWNTOWN
Lee completed his pre-dental Oh, Ryan will raise that by two President George Powell, Jr., RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I problems frequently do not knowit. armadillo was the main dish He Credit ,
work at the University of Col- feet. Can't bear to ruin a good John A. Smith, Carl Hoffmann says It's reported to bo a favor. ,

orado, Boulder CoLA lawn. and Chamber Executive Vice Pre. "Consequently," he added,"an lie meal in Guatemala. 5th Are.c .
survey of all elementary There-a new driveway, wind. sldent Dave Pfa/f. Represent Intensive Informational and edit.i .
school children will begin log through the trees, archingthe ing Kiwanis and presenting one i ational program Is being conducted Everyone Read The NEWS
Thursday February 27, Dr. brook and rounding the of: the lectures will be Clayton 4'R.ET nationally the first week
swimming pool and cabana, Bigg. in March to make people more
IEIAWrrtll
Lee said. When the Is
survey ending in a large parking lot Powell commented: "We be. 7 vision conscious."
completed dental work which A Fine and
will include prophylaxis fluoride There a shallow, circular lIeve that our youngsters need 1 A Congressional bill, signed Carpeting RugsBy
pool, just to reflect the city some practical explanation of the recently by President Lyndon
treatment, operative work lights. operation of our economic system SM/D B. Johnson, officially designates
and necessary oral surgery will Further on the giant grape Just as they are about to en. eoilll *s uees Tduhw.taw.e the first week of March as"Save
be performed for dentally Indigent arbor, where new plants will tar It on their own. ha affected sumo Your Vision Week."
children. Dental examinations soon provide Ryan with his own bY.It"and shape it for the future James Lees & Son Karastan
will be held at each school wine. The Chamber is privileged to
dental treatment will be doneat There where the lagoon is be able to present this material Cabin Crafts Philadelphia
the Health Department clinic being deepened for swimming, through the Interest and cooperation JOHN TEYRAL. PAINTINGS
in East Naples, which Is a grotto lined with couches and of .our school system. Wunda Weve

In the process of being equip- carpeted wall-to-wall.in Only JOHN ROOD . SCULPTURE
steps away, a tiny cave, a
ped.Problems refrigerator offers beer, soft NO CHARGES PRESSED
being faced in Insuring drinks and hors d'oeuvres as TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Th. cur,..t exhibition, '..Iu,.. work by t dit-
the success of this long- sustenance for the trek back up The policeman found the prowl. tmjunh.d Amtrlccn .r".... Rood noted sculptor DECORATOR; RUGS and IMPORTSFROM
range program Involve trans- the hill. er..but he released him. for mora thin 2S y..r., I. Prof.tor of Art >t
portationof appointed patientsto Back on the summit, after a the Umv.rtity of Minnttotn end tuthor of bookson
Despatched to Investigate a re- sculpture u..d by school icroti the country,
the dental c11nf.clunches tour of the house and its secret
supervision for those children panels, Ryan leads the way to port that a prowler had run Teyre'Instructor Hud In Ad..anc.d of Ch. Portrait P.mtlna, D.p.rtmont.t the CI..I.nd...d SPAIN INDIA HAITI JAPAN
the !great den and bar. across the yard of a home here
who will need to travel a con- Art 'Inititutc, hat won numtrou national, honor
siderable distance. The dental The friendly bartender.tralnee early In the morning, PatrolmanBen In th. pot ft ..rt.Throuh Thursday, March I.
mixes round of martinis and
clinic win operate during the a Rozar solved the case
serves them, eyes agleam with
/ 7/oor CovcrinU5
summer months. pride in his work. Then Ryan, quickly.He HARMON GALLERY eVarcs
The Children's Committee'sannual and released
In a whisper, reveals the sole opened a gate
dinner meeting and election fly In the estate's ointment the a rabbit which had been running 1711 THIRD STREET SOUTH "17 Years of Dependability"
of officers will be held lack TELEPHONE: : ""M'dwa' J 1511
martinis olives.
against the fence making tink $SO !Sixth Avenue Ho. Phone Ml. t40Mfactory
Thursday. May 28, Mrs. AgnesDernbek "He's still new at this," Ryan noises,
chairman explains softly. ling
announced. u ___________
Mrs. Blake Palmer was appoin-
ted chairman of the nominating

committee assisted by Mrs.
Hazel Griffin and Dr. Ethel

Trysgtad. Mrs. Johnny Smith Dl annual
will be chairman of a committee igiiar0x

planning the annual meet-

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2Bl COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March. 1, .JB6I ton and frequently affronts both.
'
a. New Type Of Cold War' !''NoV lit: ::1S1 ttflng to force the Christmas TreeLights
Libyans to end the agreements
'
Franciscus Do&sn't Like' ... permitting U.S. 'and British In Accra
.. : !' : $) their soil.
.. .y seP
..'.\ .. ...,.. ...... .' Aaaears To' Be Shanina ,,, '. pollcf toward Arabs 1'I
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Teen-Aaers '., ... befogged by the Israel dilemma Always Kept Up
Beina Mobbed Bv \ 0 .,;1" Wlt/1lpro'PtCJs/ { of a crisis' thlastintraei
- Jordan ACCRA Ghana AP>-A' new.
B} WILLIAM L. R k :: possibility, resetted la'the fco.1, over Israel's (
By BOB THOMAS, ''Mr, Novak," television se. AP Special CorrespondentA viet press, has Impelled the River scheme, the United States comer to Accra might think the
AP Movle.Televlsloiv Writer' rtes with butiui/r teenage ar>- t1I new sort of cold war ap> Kremlin to vow support for the offered cooperation to produce city is celebrating endlessly.
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Junes peal.:. He plays' a compassionate pen'!! -to be (taking.: shape. North Vietnamese Communists abundant desalted< sea water for Decorative colored lights-
Franciscus, ''who seem destined teicher .bf English In a high Shifting moods, deep soul> Despite these Soviet pro. both sides But Arabs fear that Chrlstmas.hollday type-are
to be. the' new sensation of the school. searching) rising Irritation I inWatfilngton i I nouncements, ; J'ortb/'Vlet.{ desalinization will increase the permanent fixtures on utility
thAI
teenagers, IS pi ay in e It cool, The teen crowd Seems td like ,! Moscow and othei fnamese continueJ6!] speak adeprn. population in Israel. poles. Like many other things
and with good reason. He has the series, and Franciscus, too. ':aplfals--i full)' of Khrusbtfj\, "'. pol 'i'eat' / Ube Cyprus ,1s part of the picture. In the bustling capital, however,
seen what happens,'to teenage He 'get I the"message -when ho .pointing to I change They can ', "sabotage" hurting'the Comm Archbishop Makarios rejects their purpose is political. Ghana
sensations. goes on locations' at local high l !' detected .Jn cautious probing,>, nlst cause, to' denounce asI Western proposals for machinery is host to so many meetings,
Matter of fact, It bappened to schools. ''That's as far as' 'he diplomatic.. i maneuvers and I I "Utopian" the otlort'of' to keep the Greek majority conferences and visiting dlgni
hint he Was in peace. and Turkish minority at peace. taries that it is simpler to leave
when starring wants to push till luck press comment on various 'told i ful l'' seizure of powed to repeat *
the first season of "Naked! ''I'' 'lead< a very quiet life," .'ar fronts that 'in'no' Makarios' solution would bring the lights up between events
they mood
City.*'' He Chanced to go ckaU said 'Franciscus, who seeks no i, '; While 'the changes are jelling,,'to wajt 20 are for world} Com the Soviet presence into the Accra Is a mainly pleasant
years
log one day In Central Park In\ more mob scenes.Franctscus 1984 cast be a dangerous ypar.', munist eastetn Mediterranean, but seacoast city of 380,000 under
victor
lhkoughlpeaceful, again In the light of modern the vast bulge of West Africa,
New ,York. admitted that' ils : The g4bal| cold war map presents .'"competition. ,
"Some' rir s recognized: me wife didn't care much for his a gloomy picture for,U and crowded'around tot my autograph long working hours, but she understands v) Jli'y. But\ things are difficult: Nam could be a step toward the importance of this might tor. The old British Gold Coast
he recalled. ""It Was for the seem questionable. colony it rules Is about the size
Union
the business. The Spvlet too, as Red I Chlna SlaChlevement of a major .
going all right until; the manager Franclscuses have two youngdaughters / +wi China plunged ahead with imp*,i goal: ousting| U.s. Influence AFRICA of Illinois and Indiana combinedand
told the girls to get oft the tien'"e to.Impose its own versionf from Asia' and establishing The United States is kicked in hat 50 languages or dia.
rin,. Teen they were worried After the series had been sold > the future on vast areas. Peking's authority. the teeth in many areas of Africa facts In its 7.mllllon population.Like .

that they wouldn't get their ,out but before shooting began, i Ir ty The two most powerful na.' Despite fears 01 an Asian con and ,likely there Is more to most African capitals,
turn, and they started, grabbing .Franciscus drew the lead In the tiers, the United States and the flagratlon, could Moscow stand come. The Russians, too, have Accra is a city of sharp con
at my collar, my 'tie, etc. ,movie, "Youngblood Hawke" UJS.S.R., are heavily bu rdenedwith by and see the Indochina war burned their fingers in some trasts. Gleaming skyscrapersrise
"When the ,mob scene was I asked if he had any regrets ?I complicated threats, probe pushed Into Communist terra areas. The Chinese are all-out beside rust.roof hovels,
over, I was 'left' Standing with about taking his second leap. 'Into lame and dilemmas. Each has I tory Would this turn militant to spread their Influence.The beautiful residences and stink.
only my .pants and. my. skateson. a aerie's. troubles with its allies, Becausejf Communists from Moscow and Impression Is left that ing slums. There are modern
." .: ."None,"' he- replied. "There their power, the two have toward Peking? Do the stakes African leaders view the cold clinics and medicine men, new
The same clamorous life still wouldn't be enough work some common Interests despite In Asia warrant a risk of World war antagonisms of the big pow. Industry and primitive hand!
laces Franciscus. as star. of for me In features. Perhapsthefel s deep mutual suspicion Both ers as a lever to promote their craft, ocean liners and dugout
i .( .I I'.1:..1 :'I.u.! ,,I.I I.Ilieautiful ,. l wiQ'be Jlit two or three ) worry about a prospective War HI either for the So'leUnion 'own ambitions. The Russians canoes, air-conditioned hotels
America? In this
or day
Coquina hand Lot years-If Mr. Novak' goes that spread of nuclear weapons, and of swift communications and accuse the Red Chinese of tryIng and mud huts, sleek British tal.
long. I think the chances are about keeping small wars from o set the nonwhite world lorlng and the national toga.
!x>w 1960 price only $3,600. super weapons, how strategical
against the white. But Africans The country appears trim and
ire triM. nuperh" h mo Ue ibis 'pretty. good becoming big ones. Both worr)' ly Important Is the Asian mainland Some more than
about draw color distinctions. prosperous most in
:, pressures from the non. .
? Haw valuable Asia'sraw
I .tl< are show deep hostility, for exam. West Africa. The impressive'
'' white
*G. h. 'tUFFi'IIRig U underdeveloped world.A .
materials to Red China un.
:
ALL THE NEWs FOR pie, to the Indians-leading to Volta Dam hydroelectric project
succession of crisis and I
big
,
'IL E. 'Htblrer< I. I I" tit it his the means to exploit is half
Chinese and
completed
that the on sched.
small and strains speculation
; RytzBElT'kMrR I on alliances, them?
421 9th SUtN. .I .
ii East and West, arouse specula What might be next. ule. The national airline, ship.
of
was the meaning
and
EUROPEFrance's ping railroad
Iti tlon that these powers may be Senator company
Mike
Mansfield's state
policies strain the seem efficient. But poor econ.
In for
general overhaul of theirforeign ment that Charles Gaulle's
de
C. UiPresents 'Je ( policies. North Atlantic alliance. nomic planning has resulted in
: nteffe fs21 forAnother proposals for neutralizations o 1
have commodity .
Yugoslavia and Spain shortages, and
.lil: : i j"lt.I ji,: f t1 tt'<' :' "LI'I'' ::1''. frustration For the in Russians Asia because there Red f Vet missed( Nam out"ought of hand.not" to Does be this dl s. demonstrated the effectiveness is rationed.< ug.ar

China's activities tend to put of military aid when national interests Ghana has one legal political
reflect revised
the
thinking on and trade prospects conflict party and a dictatorial
much of the continent presu
j n beyondthe
: i
t f! strategic importance of South.
Russian reach, This can and< to some extent so have
dent.An
east Asia?
I ,,
( mean a Soviet policy concen the British. All are trading with Impressionable newcomer
These of the
trating on Europe while the lions still are to be some answered ques. Cuba despite U.S. protests. would be excused if at first ho
It Is difficult for the United thinks every other street, hospi.
k.t< U.s.s.R. turns Inward to Its own President de GaulU's !b
---- ""'4' problems of economic and so flan of Red China is recogn bulletin States to make its objections tal, school, park, government
FLORIDA CItRUS QUEEN CONTESTANT clal development. ''stick' when Americans 'trade building, social organizations, ,
Miss Car l pressure in Japan tj follow the
It state farm and
For the United States all thiscould with Communist nations. can army battalionis
Kendall 18, brunette of Palatka, sponsored by Florida mean a gradual shift In men French foresee lead Japanese rising competition business. be argued that wheat Is as named after Kwimo Jskru.
Crown Council Chambers of the direction strategic as vehicles and ma
Commerce, will be a of what Herbert for what one day may be at man.The
chinery. The United States Is several attempts' to
s contestant in the 1964 Florida Citrus Queen contestto t Hoover once propounded: a attractive Chinese market of as.
"Fortress America" entrenched reminded, too, that It shored up sasslnate President Nkrumah,
4zk be held in Winter Haven on March 9, during' the in the Western Hemisphere, three pie quarters of a billion peo Communist Poland's economy. Ghana's osagyefo (redeemer),

40th annual Florida Citrus Exposition willing to cooperate with friends CHINA.FORMOSA LATIN AMERICAThe are reflected by hordes of p.klicempn.
who act like friends but less De Gaulle's initiative raises Alliance for Progress is More than 1,000 wore
due for a thoroughgoing review. brought from elsewhere
and less willing to forgive those the 111
of Increased
prospect
Executive Director John 1Me sup.
There is a notable lack of enthusiasm Ghana for
Instalment Sales ulWa. governments which attempt to emergency duh
port for U.N. membership U
Whirl r Jr., said the reg
for reforms here. have been
They
among disarmed
play both ends against the mid.
tlons will be filed, about Thur s. Peking really wants It. There is
Board To Start die. those who rule Latin America.De since one constable himself
with the Eta some question whether Peking
day secretary of te
Here is the Gaulle Is about to enter I tried to shoot the president.
background by re.
Work This Month and will take effect March 6\ or i would accept It while National. Latin America's troubled waters
: Gordori Ryer home beauty for the dis! 9. glons: 1st China remains a member or elk
| SOUTHEAST ASIA and others !In Europe will @ near extinction
TAMPA (AP- The Florida while the United States contln.
The rules require subdivide!
;criminating ,buyer who: wants a nice home in la Installment Land Sales Board, and salesmen. to register with;? Formation of a pollcy-coor. ues to support the Nationalist be eager to compete! De Gaulle i I now are creating ai

'lovely*! neighborhood withO'utl the expensa of city a creation of the last Legislature the board They put restrlctloi lS dlnatlng body in the State De. regime. As for Formosa Itself, is to be likely"realistic"to generate about an Red Impulse ChI. ,I unexpected problem-overpopulation
*
taxes and water bu\. I located. close in to all co.n- will begin regulating installment on advertising and promotion ot partment Viet Nam to Indicates deal with Southeast South I there Is bound to be worry na. Mexico, Bolivia Brazil and j ,
plan sales of Florida'. subdivisions about its own policies after
venienke's. Thl very' (lovely three bedroom, tWo land early March.. i Asia today Is the world's most Chiang KaUshek Is: gone others will be Impressed.

i bath ar conditio: home is, for Sole at t The I board adopted, J Us rogula CALL THE NBWS FOR sensitive area. While the SovietUnion's MALAYSIA-INDONESIA The best the United States has
offered been able to do has been to live
$16,500.1.\ ( tlons Friday at a mooting here. IIUUBFR STAMPS leadership watches with The seeds of an Asian .war- 1i
(only .. I patent unease, U$. politics may and possibly a world war-exist with the idea of Cuban communism :
and get Uncle Sam's beard
generate pressure for action. In the Malaysla>ln beautiful sites4 Pine Ridge's : MAIL SOMEONE SOME- Washington nay be headed for tweaked now and again. The
building ,
t p spacious It will be difficult! '{ !or"the United $H
time .of decision Viet N6m. Guantanamo water situation
1 : ja on tdb'e .
I r States right. '
Priced to sell quickly tilh'er of'T6 "FLORIDA 'CANDYh TODAY > i\.1 r
t separately The'Jlt'tVrfiprt her. r aggressive Communists In South was permitted In Washington to un i
British
get Complimentary Girl; Commonwealth,
Wrapping, packaging look like The crisis atmosphere .
'J : and Mailing Service Viet iNam, at :a staggering cost which is committed to defend one.
.J over eight years, Is faring bad. ing Malaysia, it can push Indonesian passed quickly, but Castro
RENTALS [odddrdjourmet ly. The United States now President Sukarno closer appeared to have made his 1 I

Hotel Room with Bath ..,_ seems facing two alternatives to the Communists. U the point. ,
private both unpleasant: United States does not support Castro remains a problem to
$70 week or $1 0,00 night Act Fast v BETH J GODDARD SHOP -It can decide the effort Is its allies, it encourages Sukarno. the Russians, too. He can get
: hopeless, phase out its military Malaysia is staunchly antUCom the Russians into hot water by
airy ; THE OLD tOC}!. NAPLES. FLORIDA program and accept the idea of monist now, but the big Chinese calling on them to back up
Spacious, light BR apartment near shopping I I neutralization which& Red propaganda I population conceivably could their vows of support. The Cuban in, this

and beach Naples moat cdmplet Gift food supports To Southeast i I take over some day. situation gave the world a
at $400.00 per mo or $125 a week Shop
brief
Asia, this would look like the MIDDLE EAST glimpse Into the abyss of
Gift I0
China. i serves important to the West .. so again.
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S23 Eighth l Street! South i Nam, turning on the Commu. ;Soviet and U.S. Irritation.
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To Avoid "WMsf. YO'H LE9PLl1Thle" Pioneer Winners In Merit Sunday, March 1, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 39 .

"I think," he said "this Is
,
Politics During Folk Tunes Singers Rate where most of the human engineering School AgendaThe
will be needed In the
Scholarship Plan Succeed foreseeable future. agenda for the special

Year A check of files In the scholar School Board meeting, Monday,

Campaign TopsWith Today's Teens EVANSTON, Dl l. (AP>) Top is a member of a big team that ship corporation's headquarters lows March: 2, 1:30 p.m. is as fol.

WASHINGTON )-. espUe rank young students w ols preparing his company's pro. In Evanston shows the fields of 1. Minutes.
an Initial quick rash with Re. By Eugene-: Gilbert launched their careers In the i posal for building the nation's work of 25 of the early scholar 2. Financial statement.
publican critics of admlnlstra. space age are doing AXK. first supersonic jet airliner ship winners science 8, teach 3. Correspondence.
tlon foreign policy, Secretary of; President Gilbert Youth That's one of the Impressions Allen likes his assignment, ing-education !5 I, business 3, gov.
State Dean Rusk says he In. Research, Inc. yielded by a sampling-the first but would prefer to work on the ernment 3, publishing 2, art 1, 4., Pupil assignment
tends to avoid partisan political Folk music has come Into Its ever undertaken the youth unmanned lunar orbiting vehIcles Peace Corps I, nonscientific Budget amendment.
activities in this presidential ful pioneers among scholarship his company Is building. research 1, linguistics 1. 6. Appointments and reslgna.tlons. .
campaign year. own with American teen>agers. winners In the National Merit ''l don't really find the challenge Nine of the winners were in. .

But Rusk told a news confer It was their favorite at the end r Scholarship Corp. program here (In land. >ased air. terviewed. They have settled Into 7. Appointment and salary of
ence that he cannot help "talk. of 1963 and all Indications are High school aspirants, In num. craft development) that I would sort\ )'. normal patterns. superintendent
Ing about foreign policy" during that It will continue In popularity bers ranging up to 596,000, have expect In the space field," he Eight have married. Two disclosed 8. Rod eve bids for Sea Gate
the next several months. What taken tests each year since 1956. said. their salaries They were Elementary School sewage treat.
for 1964.
he will do, he said, Is discuss Those with the highest scoresin Charles H. Greer, Hohokus, In the $8,000 a year bracket. ment plant.
foreign affairs Issues "on ana. Twenty-eight per cent of the each state become semi N.J.t graduated first in his classat By and large, they seem hap. 9. Receive. bids for basket
tlonal basis, a bipartisan 1184 teens questioned In our finalists and take another test. Vale and Massachusetts Institute PV. But not content to stand pat. School.ban court Dupont Elementary
basis. annual popular music poll name Then a check Is made of such of Technology He got the Significantly, they want to
Rusk said In factors as academic recordsand i first job for which he applied. learn more. 10. Naples Junior High School
response to ques. folk songs as their favorite t facilities report by Mr.
dons that "it's the desire of the outside activities. The an. It's with the management con. McBrydt
President the traditional de. music, leaving rock and roll and I nual winnowing process ends In sultant firm of McKlnsey & Co. Instead, of baking two loaves architect
sire of presidents oot to have popular tunes far behind. I the selection of college scholar in New York City of bread! from a recipe that calla I 11. Consider purchasing addItional -
the secretary of state take part This Is at variance somewhat ship recipients-as many as "My particular area Is the for five to ii x cups of flour, you land adjoining Naples Sen.
in partisan political activities with predictions by the teens last 1,528! of them. computer science," he said. "I can bake one loaf and a dozen lor high
and that suits Folk singers rate most popular; Peter Paul and Mary are The Associated Press made a can program computers but I roll. Bake the roll, a couple of 12. Superintendent's recommendations .
my own personal They Indicated that slower,
attitude very well." year. tops In this category survey of a cross section of the am more concerned with the Inches apart, on a greased cookie regarding constructLion
t How fully he can succeed In more conservative music wouldbe winners among the first two management aspects of computers sheet Iloth bread and rolls maybe priorities and availability of
funds.
this goal is unclear the major record trend for groups. They're In their 20s now as opposed to the technical baked at the same tempera- '
because his news conference, however at, 1963 although a small group did Johnny Mathis, who took second group, the Beattles, appears on and at work. aspects lure, but the latter will need only 13. Approve and pay bills

the State Department Thursday say there would be more folk place behind Elvis Presley last the list In sixth place, follow. For some the accent Is on the "I am now an associate of the about fifteen minutes in the oven. 14. Adjourn

afternoon brought questions of music. year. Elvis moves down to fourth Ing behind the Ronettes, the new in the choice of Jobs. Erik firm, Involved with measuring"
a kind he Is certain and the Smother's David Allen of Seattle, an aero. the effectiveness of the data
to face this with only !56 votes Beach Boy
more and more as the "grand Folk singers also sweep the year, nautical engineer, is with the processing department of a

Inquest," as he called It, of poU field as the most popular vocal Brothers Boeing Co. in Renton, Wash. He large West Coast oil company." NO FINER HOMESITEin

icy discussion develops during groups, with almost half the EVERYONE SINGS ALONG .. William N. Denton of Buston,
this One reason for the popular. Kan., Is a design engineer for
campaign
season. young people naming one folk Paul and Mary as their favorite
He was arked directly wheth. another as their ity of folk music seems to be vocal link this Aquanautics Inc., In Palo Alto, I 100
liking to the
group or group Calif. The concern, Incorporated the central Naples area than 150 by
er he would agree with a state
ment which the questioner at. favorite that anyone can sing along, as folk music. Jill Brody, 17, of in 1963, has 10 employes. They' feet of lovely lot on the northeast corner of

trlbuted to Gov. Nelson A. shown In the many Hootenanys Washington, D.C., said this make prot>elleri Rockefeller of New York, a Re. PETER, PAUL AND MARY !springing up throughout the coun group was her favorite because"I surface vehicles for carrying
try. Borah 19 of Washington utility workers, sportsmen and block from the beach. $9,500; term
publican presidential nomina. Peter, Paul and Mary take the Barney like and enjoy folkslnglng"
tlon contender that the admin. others across snow, water and
D.C., echoes this sentiment
number one spot, moving up from Lawrence Welk, the "Cham. swamps

the Istratlon facts of Is the deliberately war In Viet hiding Nun last year's fourth place, with saving "I play guitar and pagne musk maker," takes the Richard J. Farrell of Menlo,
"
from the American people. the votes of 26 per cent of thefr3'Li enjoy group singing with It. place of honor as the teen-agers' Iowa, Is known as a "human
He was also asked whether The distaff side, represented by favorite band. Tied for second engineer" for the Boeing Co. in AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS

Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of II. Roberta Solomon, 16, of Glen. are Ray Charles, Duane Eddy Seattle. Ills group Is doing re
search In bio-astro aeronautics.They .
llnols, Senate Republican leader, coe, 111, says folk music "Is and the Rebels and the Ventures.The study ways that organ
was correct in that ad.
saying beautiful and has a lot of variety 605 Fifth Avenue South MI 2-2124
ministration policy for Viet Dave Brubeck Quartet, took isms, especially human bodies, -
Nam is an enigma. ," fourth place, representing those can function while traveling In
Such charges from the oppo. Several teens who name Peter, who favor Jan. outer space. He plans to stick

sltlon party are beginning to to his specialty. .. __..___I L_ ___ __ I
bring home to Johnson admlnls. -

tratlon leaders that they probably Mathis
Johnny
face a major debate over -----se Ias
the President's handling of for. Top Male Singer

eign policy."I Pl're. rrrw
don't believe Rusk said HOW BIG
Frank Sinatra, who wasn't In the 0
"that our policy Is an enigma .,
And as far u the facts are con. polls last year, follows Johnny

cerned, we get a very heavy Mathls. Others named Include rn nrrn
flow of facts from there (VietNam Bobby Rydell, Rickey Nelson, DO YOU

), I think they are made Bobby Vte, Ray Charles and ,
public out there and back here. LN reMra.w.N
ha, Andy Williams
"There are some situations, -
of course, which you don't talk Oonnle FrancisNo. None of the young men picked WANT IT ? rrrr /.1.a.wrr

about. 1 Female Vocalist, last year as the most promising .
"But I think the fact that singers made the list this year. roes'n.. Ir
there is concern In this coun. teens. Runners.up Include the eery
Predictions for the most prom Is. r arrrr
try about the upsurge of VietCong Kingston Trio, which also took ,
male of 1964 list
Ing singer
(Red guerrilla) activity in second place last year, the
Frank Sinatra Jr. as the favorite. 1
the last three of four months u..ar
represents the fact that the pea Christy Minstrels and the Chad as. rrwrrwlrir run
RIVIERA 1 lo
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Mitchell Trio. by1
pie have been Informed that + ea /
there Is a problem, and it must Connie Francis reigns this
be dealt with." year as the most popular female ear

singer, displacing Brenda Lee It's as simple as buying an ice cream cone you tell us how big you want

Behind the lass-faced sky. who droppe4 to third place.'Folk your Riviera and we build it to those specifications. Here is a remarkable
and broad of
scrapers avenues singer Joan Sacs makes her home, designed to expand to fit your needs, and with more well.planned,
Lima lie the barrladas
Peru
,
first appearance on the list, taking usable space than you ever dreamed of. The four bedroom, three bath

shanty marginal towns lives.where squatterslead the number two spot. Connie Riviera is the finest large family home in Florida, room for everyone in FOUR BEDROOMS THREE BATHS
Stevens slipped from third to
perfectly arranged and easily maintained order. Large family room, I we.Moe ,

separate master bedroom suite with private bath, central core kitchen

NAPLESBUSINESS that serves the dining area, family room or patio with equal ease and a a Y.lr.r.r Q

fully finished and plastered two-car garage. If your family is not so large,

perhaps the three bedroom, two bath model will suit you better. Of course, --- --

the same features and the same high quality. Or if yours is a small familythe rrurrMMM

two bedroom, two bath design is perfect for those who want more /Ma errrrrwrr else
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SERVICE -......-' room for entertaining or relaxing. Still the same outstanding features and

the same choice of four distinctive exterior designs. It's entirely up to h "H tsnsawrrter
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Frank Sinatra, Jr rates second
PAYROLLS place with teeners. you, how big do you want it, the Riviera is yours in all sizes. Of course, you H-d rrvrr -ttaurr

can choose from other two, three and four bedroom Rutenberg Homes E rrrr r'

RECORDS priced from $11,990 to $17,990, built on your lot anyplace in this area.

TAXES Jack. Jones and Brian Hylandare If you are looking for a lot Rutenbergcan (I NrMr MMMM

also destined for fame In A the right I 11.1rnw1. OI
help you find exactly /L- .
AND the coming year according to the "
+ for of service.
r one you, Just part our
teens. Richard Chamberlain
BOOKICUPINOSYSTEMS Drive out and see the Rutenberg
television's "Dr. Klldare,"takes
model homes daily for
Fourth place In the "most open

Leslie Gore, teeners rate her |promising" list, moving up from ''' your inspiration from THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS !

f Phone) top star of future. eighth In last year's poll. rM 'i y 9 a.m. until 9 p.m.,
"F; weekends until I nr I
Gating Into their crystal balls, 4 .1 !
MI 2.5143 fourth place, followed by new. ,
I the young people select Leslie 6 p.m. I

Ml Fifth An..., Seth comer Leslie Gore. ,Core as the number one star of e II
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tomorrow. Perry March and MII II
Naples.. Florid. JOHNNY MATHS IS TOPS !Bart fa Strelsland are runners.lip. r
The favorite male singer Is I I
I Shelly Fabres takes fourth Ljrrvrsr

place, the same rank she had a ; I
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IRrepalad. n. rest d the p uq ftowr of the t1JUle): 91-) g'ee' ng'' .

1 Realtor IN NAPLES-ON-THE-GCLF ..,. omwtad aerated at ft.- I ..
skill id were ettll0et uythllg I. Jackson, G'4: Mr ar>l Ur*. I., IH2 the 81lml", sy. "c
.Mw lor Ui tr a>9d.ra way cf C. G. Flatter (d ofBraaaort ,nr.: Vets 'AdvisedTo .-,i Cootnj Sou.:yeS n .-,

&q 411 .........i1i.AD and K.RUM.Ur. <, { .tlc.s al 1-HtC Statptu SJII'.' g,
ea.urud an MirtaK at aifca kfn.' Eiarar Brow, On.GI 'a. \.1. ,' :r.c .! e 1h I
tk. ULu&tr, w4 oS U* Mittrtr Ur. old Mrs Uarsftaa Kali ami Borrow '.d ;- ;- t -a'. ateAIX
..... wick. cubit. died. .w sett Flash whL. tta. MMiMioa IS to Inn Mr. Court, wusier carets
oM-Wi1ft 5ri.aca! Sad a[ tb filch ud aSSI' ........ peek )tint ....... .IpostR Peed 101,... BcKrtctL ec Mae rcraUtsattJ Wander loZ.attl. aMee!>> ( the Policies
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::Juriows: Cp ap4Itl'1M"' k Naples. b. ...4t......t tlttu..f an syes. Ia b.tw.." hr to hunt *&*Ils wtJB .14' butcgy rants an !fapl.s,
tn isrgrpanme..( si.t4aelibiZ .wte-ts..isf a Mei IinIc ai Iedr..I aM hr. W"" wttl ... r.. It at.e party aadaanrsto 51114.7 sad KJOYM dills e.amdl ..:: \.eur.a ,", fi,1c prdar.a : TETS1
ease I 19 11U'IIW' a M al Istna Slur seilagt. -
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sad rarM fal. J.u.JtioM&J
'- for the C.1i6 tw 3pptl, *&aM" .U.u4 Mr. awl Mrs. EmnH Xo 0 otEs&ua&a and Urs. Raymood H-jrr, r.tt weUJ ,.Lt.'t pa- ...;....111 k IK :'I
} kt., rtsaol tn CUMM > Visits .f thrlsLAderiareter. ::oe ct3t}- wtJ.ot. ...: ,1.i '>to1 wig

t.'hJberls ISA W+slej Tutor) !r. B.. and Sinffl CUrf II hI.D.o.1l. : stamen. :.
'UW.l. n. aria a''l'JrmerSUb aoitt. Wait Mr. .m><. I* a{!9-rTts Taira:s Aifala.utrata.r: ,
r us ....:uc. claim .1iLSt| .r>. "IT fanM s boll r tl stii_r ud Isahil; 0th tP* *jbar. .; ..8Mt'Int trio.Ott I
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Craws 8)iIey'seo0staaWts vlaner ot ta. .rU'.'rtiatrtttaa.' t m.I Qt.: wr bear a lot about cof ;

OIl lf3ptss Ba,. Atpsk.. tad Mrs.. Sorroia Chase, art s&lp for UK V/i iteteri. &b..1 roIR itont tJ"A to pro.Wr- i ica.u r.. ..._ UeM clal, kl I
.Mk Ik aai recc niz.<] as r.metr.e U.. os ,cb.u....
.stdaC SI1JaoJ. art dncaaval pttf1ll.MMDC I1P" .
nw ...e.t rot !!ap-Aeaut ap" rtfPM So hdeu. Anal"' r. a. M )*. know thai in
!IIIIdIIc ar >>ecu. Jo[:. Hunt arriT.e 'II1&.ka was: JCft Of (.k ot rise'ae' .
t.lrnoes ZtiM bath ..... fa U. x......<'h''PfU' day iSrm I 1

'.,riflf /R. Golf C""W. UwSer ill .Ttyt ftttt44 .....th.wlllc.acv Large bait p.l walk ..weReel.. Mr. aM Mr*. Mortis 7.C k.s sad broiartit! aa ezpenmeatalboifct &aile :c .c"ifrt t.ttu:141.1..L. "k* ....K>n< tame in

"f!. .. tn>!ir. fie.rtrfaiby lurwaebdd1I' East Mr. and Mrs. alone with .... A Jew tf tfte .j.-a: t 7. .d.LIIIS: wa:c lea syTl. far ..... a play .%. adrtiM .
+ W) I tih.. S. JoI, Hotjn: ..f B. resut., beat b. tx cfcntaitf art : 'JMEut.r"l" ., .tal' dated May 19.

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or to' .; to H ir :alt 'jf mot : .iTj paper and. had ,II...

We Have Listings On Many Fine Lots In rsaple* 7-Hour Debate cUll At-"tC.cMr+ ''ae 7t :a ; K.tsaMut e 1 hi! .
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ITTOWANTADS cyp)* p liGUo'j and; : ." )L.IiJ:
"" atone .. the ....,. Htft 223 f.*< detfc with. _tk ,.. etPrtre i ineksde* elnb and !wadA tsmaloa is ".d. ak.s.. .t4 I tHi the kc..14. the'

,., k.. l,...*. "' .".. S4.. M/. t... n..... .seMect t* a".1 On Farm Bill f rat etiM &i f>*JU.'*J
XOlllWlaC.; 0.. ./ Ik, kickesl Port Regal SpU. Las and *t the Porhi t R.a'. Hash fhbI Lie iota> ts scald Taring Ice. Lane, the drink!

I stioa Ik* Coy: .f Sa'..*. R.a..way Bay Uard (tnh I1U34B I tt tot, Cotant Y.terimsistt al. n\Wd 'alfH. chick .. a I
Gets No Action tl.r. wvliic( *i'Only G1t.rmts. I
vr *k..4.->... and. pllsl'I
List tl to Sts Ma at port Over WNOG FM .t ":55 PJA. Rri.;,:. _kt AA 1ryw. r+::.w, M"IZ cat drwk. kavina many n.

.' WESLEY G. 1M 5lfc Au..., JU.tk,.. Acr,> frn WASHINGTON f.\v aatrrprotests added, : ale su tiy5O el pa{. rlkn tirtve, cl, the
nilast beef ac>4 neic -*
erraniseLis aii 4 the
: F1r.t Sa I......, Ka.k ,. s.t-. Fla Ph. MJ 2.2179 imports' plus a sxrser Ica:. ro'.(.lid.. s 4rf ueftce... W tae lUmath.

A..atatn Q taendrrertsloud plans of Sen Gc) <:. -.* GI ;i.kJ i4 tar.rto4en .. fortifies the health Khin
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'D'QWNING ate letters for qptek pasjic of .1 :;.4 the M1 ttsh! tattle; and. helPfl1l difrvlMn .
i Earl L Frye Eri G. D.*.ic 10 eleoux.rllU': eottaa.-sU. .
Realtor all pnx* ttoeaM* tortosr be. It
alo the
qaiekMU tplr
Ruf s P, B.,..... role rurrteTlmt/ tUL.Srren caase IB* I u* probilMix atderajt f .
raaketk tile heart
its
boors of debate arts -Us.cxssioa IU1cc out Q"": Ias..raai.a +3aL.
wtth only a fr* seas. Ktho* es4al eS, i itgbl.o.I.. M <<... aicaliiUefevore

ton p&rUc atkC, fifl 1topro. Folk:; Io4os eu tac rspai1to *.!. rurh*. Aida.
doe* any rotlit or de lsksfcrirc ) awlU;lt of 15.. Interest a r .k ti M i ., .AU1IMptlell.

". a loct( sesskx. Frtliy.SUI1 1JfU fr teat ts eapvt on Us* drep w. ge.t II ho?Ifflo .rsr'ip IMwtaiWetieslir jiil Siliac sad Ls Me IT- hugs evil and man; 4h.
4 Derrxxnitr Leader alai; oc tfe* vwiMrsm due, ..
err Ii is t* !he mid both
Ulke Uaosfletj asked tte Ser-
cf UM iotft Stewi 1M veteran
ate to resume d tatt aa boar
early Uoolir.UiasSeM tJU, Ux st.paid biliac b de. three of the clock in trie
pleas to open tee 6ete4 frxa 1M polity f1"(). afternoon.*'
battle over the F.ou"9uMCt teals bsor tile h rtefrtartsore The coffee break U an
club rliu tta u soon u ta* paJ4. American
cantle farm meascrt Is oU of .. ... inititution no.
but no .rr... break
tee
war.L4 .
;L ry6ft teas. fsraer viat'! to THOSE CLEA.B OtANKEL tact ani,1 i jou in making!

ert. know detaUs about Jier.i! i>rc.. STATIONSC. a proper real estate in.

crams tsars; thy do sprtefplaotlA LOLI \ Iq.f., _c-.. teatmenl especially
aJrtiJj OB4er fay ttsoe& i-....:. .*. ,.hcd on his curadio allh a tad friend. One of
Bankers areas, Uter Is" t -..k .- .eta he i.gter' .
Star afrntu< will give
stronc r res wire for Senate ac.tfco. ,- 'efw'r '>r cr.flic condiiar you
:I .. Te're nrixds.it twice friendly advice which U

Prom that Secretary of an hcur "*er .O.l s.tion. totally dependable and unbiased

J .. AfTl:oltur* OrrUJ L. Fr.easacottll !.JIIfC yam .' Call Ml 2-4749 andS
sooq. atJKXL-Kr* 11III .nier.fee .'.6..n. ., the reporlThai repreRrntative from the
( l :/ tovenunent b"jyta pro-.: ,.. 'F ffice of MMAN: 0(;(,.
h (ram of beet cam from tro ai. puzzled EwJHe .as REALTOR 821 Fifth
aLilstratlon supporters. Senate parkcd a* Founh and *.lnui
Are So. will.
Whip Hubert H. Hwmphrt), D. .a.unlo: the nfii tn iunfeIT ? contact you
UlcA., and Seer Ceorj MeG* tt" .8I16.IJlpnrJc a .*-e-t promptly V\e itlll have a
ern, D3D.,' Coor mmaetr Jot aqa.. tied Ultel e1r a rood! selection of rentals

U. prcpose'i .a*w .h.at,.V'P", C cr na4'S..b4e .ni'oJl. as": aa well as some beautiful
illflul r' trim.inert. .*r- << .. r; '<:"" '. home for sale.
9 t tics TborJ said tie stopgap corer'.
purchases are icterdJ to
bolster sauloattle &:.4 U.....
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stock prices.HOLLAND.
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'50 5'" AVE S I 'er

ZLk The is less than NET COST. NAPvtS. TLO-'IDA
*' ( price $;,550 our ) .{

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You cannot buy the land alone for the price at which ,. I IFurnituref II II I


i : 'UI I' we are offerina the few remainina boathouses. Rugs .


J ''l We(I're maVls'r'thU' cffef m order t* tomplete the' projert al UmHrr. THe I.IId.,.. .between a.hna..1IIII pUM'l\II -s 3fV.'r' t Gifts, Accessoriesand t

",.,.J/?O'II.!l .< !C..e.ls.kt./1.. prate .das Keen redured !. II>M .k.. .. O. fN'tI b> the purchaser LlmrKiit IIId. hi tn44aJnrd 'Ii' 6bjets d'art '
all bMthoases VII Ike owner .his to do rs have it hMied Vf.Ihev .- '
t --JLkaii cur cost, and the. fe" '....I.illl head.' .... are .ffere< .
...k the flat free
I boMkuuoeere s* well (Mill that they '
J ."' '.,(i1'> finr '...._first\ served basic Term.: AH cub. .r. onefoartk of hurn,..... f....'. wind and water wHboiil" d,_,.. (The not to Tie found I n.C.DEI


sill never be another locatkn in S.pl.-. for. 'b.slho.se. Me are deliteri'.c t* Ike owner. of tke.e boathiMMs enehwWred .<
".(Yh".It9' mparei" ...tlh. the (Juc.' OII .( ('ttila.! ( .... Intel 1 oil l waterway, twelve. feel deep and a Ik N sand .J aJ ., I .
fed kundred lard' inland from Gordon P..* and prteled front ..... which rotnets .ilk Gordon !'..... fWol any is 3T \ W. Visit The! FurnIshed 813.95
(iOtfwitesj.ewllllwolnrrnning| ., .Mw3). V.p.edd. the 'i.l lf we inland .is feel dre*, and a JT X JT Mad It.... '" I -If
I at Ihrunih I..n.r 1 I Vartment M t .
built p area. THIS HILL' KK MOIIK. : Or \ I'.KIOIt EVERY: III ........... .. tke ...111 sM. are sold and .-./ a few atHenew
YEAR. ..... M tke. iMetli side are left Ye. ranMt bet the Nag;1 I JTV j t. \; M ('t. .
Flit new boalhonses are a great lmpro.ewrel, n.er HHMWS' web alone for ,... price we are offerfeMr. Heller art ..-' The ekance G LaTour RivaftBv Ji. '
.ill oa ... ....1... side of the Intel. I'lHaf heamc. and hul lkh4are ., will never c* >e a,,;11. +<
o.et-site reinforced concrete .ith a .ire.Itl lh f if lor threetimes Holland Salley Inc oL4oe a
that rrteired Jor. Uie building. Ike buildint I I. 2 ft. X.... Telephone. write or call I.. IWl Royal office we wHJ or des MEMBER QFINTCR

One.krtuuubkAkin| | wino* ..ilh'.Uarl"' .hu.ri and a lighted l. .*.. Ike b...1........ ,. yo.. .. .
gls..-t.pp.d door. I I'lalforM and catwalk i. uf \\fll. .I"Sllr.U. A.Vt.ERICW1 f14TIT fT ; 'J : I 't ,, 3 Dootl From


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Sunda; ?', March 1, 1961 COLLIER: COUNTY NEWS 5B

I Italians Conquer by Using Secret WeaponsBy ; I 3 From NaplesGet 9 Children Die deratood some of the children no

Practice As Fire Wrecks longer lived with the family
I B JU Mrs. Sousle was reported suffering .

JEAN SPRAIN WILSON covered up garments for going have passed some of the generals In Ills wtlu.iilliiM like I h \rP'' PostsKELANDTriree 3-Story House from shock at the hos.
AP Foshlon Writer I o ski or to the sea on ships, and admirals of this successful pants diaper suit, blinding tuts Teaching pltal. Her husband suffered
While the European routure headlines TROP, N.Y. (AP)-Mne chll. burns of the face and body In
houses vied for with bared for
<>r traveling by horse, motor
have and '
maneuver defected to Paris wtote bat* This '1r1'I'prfal' L.\ Florida dren, all an unsuccessful attempt to
members of fanuilyperisii
I bodices, dangling bangles and bias cuts, Roman sportswear designers eyrie, raring car, or go-cart to expand their fashion emplrea.At the wax through .And th#' southern Collage seniors from j earlY yesterday one In afire reach the trapped children, the

quietly and as usual stole all the glory one time there was talk that) then exited laughing .at then the Naples vicinity( have been that wrecked. their three. hospital said.

Their weapons were deadly. They knocked their audiences rold IT ISN'T: SO this abandonment in KM weakenthe selves! at fashion at the fun of assigned. to 10 weeks of prac- stor> hrkk home near the center Also treated at the hospital
with a daring sense of humor. Then they resuscitated them with Within the dozen years that lines but this \ear't roller life under the sun. tice teaching at pur-lie schoolsin of the dty.l'iilf"leul1 were Donna, 151) Loll, 3} Bar.
B. Sousle 43 fatherof bara, 2.; and Dean Sousle, S
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jarring, screaming color comblnatlons Polk ,
tlon of Italian ,'. That's County.
how the
rts arltlat. Rattans
T have eight of the children, and his months; and Martha Lorn ay, IS,
ed that mart their inroads and: how th\ Lola Margaret Western, ma* wife, Lillian, 40, and six other described as a friend of the
Being Italian, these designers The Italians. e"f 1"if"! tiirhlnt held onto their trnltcr and jo ring In musk education( has chlllien were taken, to St.Man's family.

naturally used sex appeal In generous that's )how it ,II..a\ b.I for i "".11..* been aasfgnedtoLai land Area Hospital A son, Robert, The cause of the fire was not
doses, but without the self- tin"e t tn schools In lakeland. She U about if, was reported In crltU determined.
rpn.Junior' I'
consciousness of American designers -.- -.-- the daughter of Mr and Mr*. cal condition
Mill A. Weston, 1438 Murex The" eight dead Sousle children .
or the studied eroticism
t Deputies Dr.. Naples were itenttfled ash Boyd, .at; I
of some European couturiers Susan Mary Eddy, who I Ls Donald, 71; Linda, 9] Edward
The Italian designers used sex t ptp Film Showing At majorta in elementary edu- 101; Joseph, ill| Stephen, 12; ,
appeal, as we said before, naturally cation, tau been assigned to Gloria, 13; Napoleon Jr., 18.The
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Iupll'sIcetin Southwest Elementary Schoolin ninth vlitlm was Judy Stone, 2, LUFF CMC IMC.
a grandchild of the
A v(;,000) sound I movie covering: Sousles.
It has been LaktUnd. She is the
barely a dozen .e, tin .1'' tt .a, ol( the Junior uepuU daughter ).: VI', James Barrett, policeur TRUCKS-PARTS
fairly bare years since the of Mr. and Mrs. William loon, said the dead children
J ties rant of Collier Count
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1 Romans entered and conqueredthe will \I"\ ,bout Tiiesd. at 7i30p.ni. S. Eddy, 206 5th St., North, had sect 11 tiaiied on the second SERVICE'TGMPORARY-

sportswear market and they M.II i J l ji t Uu! cMingolthH, East Naptos. and third floors by the fast
Harriet Claire ether of sprea I ,l1 Oanu\ 's.
Slu.dc
rlON
haven't given up an Inch of their J N ii I.'i C Luc Association ut lOC'A
\\ I I.. \ s, 1111.' Immokale has been assigned A hospital i' bpokekmai, ) said
beachhead sinceSHRUNKEN, I"" .x"'.) '..ition Preside* to Kathleen. Junior High Schoolin M ms. "lIsh had told him bite 421 NINTH ST., N.
.. hal 1 IS ,'iiUuM. Ho said he \u..
Oil i I. 1'01 is urged the punt Lakeland. She is majoringIn
PANTS as. '1: ., 11\0011"lIrS\ to attoi Going for them was Emilio I i 1-.1 III :hly interesting of Mr. and Mrs. Kenath '

Pucct who put slim-hipped women ,i .' saleable progranIn I I.e wr. Box 98. It. NAPLES
.1 i soo 1 iH>>a parti Ipate FLY ,
In long tight pants, and ever '' They are members of Florida -
r 11 ,. oj d" said, "and :ShiMilfOi :
after maintained his stronghold .i n sill\ he present ton southern's spring class of it, MIAMI
81 future school teachers who
by shrinking the pants and I II III IP iii d anvoi quuii.
tic ". ''It i tIl, Ju lor Deputies." are Interning. at (public schools
tightening them tighter than you ., li> was made this |past throughout the state. New Year Hound Daily Schedule
would believe possible r )'G.l1 Solano Studios sod More thin 2,000 students have
Also a part of this earlier LTI' ck ,1.1!, I, J in lot' Deputies I h) participated. in the college's\ Naples To Miami
entrenchment were the husband fit. I. HlltRS.tjviai since
teacher-training program 745; A.,' 11:30: A.M 345PM: .
and wife team of Slmonettl and i h said that most regu. 1947.
lilt. \ i ".,,bit the Association Miami To Naples'
Fablanl They bombarded the will ,\ ,ti,, ,,i"ml to allow !plant) Ev.r try .rvlnn shreddn
sportswear industry with bom ,,, 9.00 AM 215PM. 500RMunnrrlionn .
o( tiit''' hr the motion picturo. green c ebb age in a cruIII o
bastlc stripes dots braids, i I"" t ijclmlaslon, hargs.H ; ch..e ..uc:. with fr.nk*> Oooi (' .
plaids, and tassels with a sunny .s '.,u win be served. omblnatlon'' and Reservations to any point In the world
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witticism indisputably i Italian. NAPLES
SI.F.F.JCIIlC ,4T Tilt/ AE'LS1'hi:: / girl t. hind p.J1 AIRLINES
Other Romans and Florentines I be ....n u',ar. Roman <\< tgn'r" In'"ndU' t ti I Naples Airport Concourse 3 Miami
r followed suit or suits-gay uninhibited 'i'l,i! lachet, the same. kind I' tack, Amy bit/ I' u Read the \Want/ Ads I Ij 2-3IS4 NE 43811ily AlrpwrtMl
swim suits that were I bandana hal The ,,,r (lint ig d, hat< and k I Jr.IA"I.'I
(' Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Corsica
non 1I.tt
rte
more swim" than suit. as well as '/ i r v oi "i '
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Trenton Mayor
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STNATIONAL Has Both Races a t Inp t' nut i f y
orlo" airy tic tam for r/u\/ "
For NeighborsTRENTON tslon..tbilrtiitt-J. I I. ilh/i r.

BANKOF N.J. (AP)-Mayor Thai< hal M "i lu, S'..lur I ,I
Arthur J. Holland has made his mandarinlr11. nth 0"/ II'

NAPLES move into a century-old house In tat e\ t .slit.Orlando./
a racially mixed neighborhood -
and is now looking hopefully for Streets
some of his fellow citizens to '''
complete join him in bucking the social Are Blocked For 7P
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tide.Holland, his wife, Betty, and Hours By Freight :. / r '
banking
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their little daughter, Cynthia, 10 ORLANDO (AP-A 170-car
months, moved into their row
I freight train blocked this city's
services house Friday, while about 75 of
their neighbors, both Negro and :main east-west artery for two rv I .R' raJ AL P Lie Ii It'flARXDA
hours and 40 minutes Friday
white, watched from across the
I night, with irate motorists them. J )
street.The house, purchased for I selves prolonging the blockade. '. 650 Mooring line DrIve Phone MI 2.5102
Drivers air valves
$7,000, Is one of a row of old pulled bi
I tween the railway cars to veutj
houses are that beginning were to fashionablebut deterlo I their spleen. This dumped ,alri i r S a4iL .. ;. ,., ..... l tC

First National Bank of Naples rate. Holland U having $10,000worth I 1 pressure reserve and locked .the
brakes.
of work done to his house,
MEMBER While the engineer of the Atlantic
including Installation of new
I Coast t Line tried to buildup
.Federal Rtitrvt Sytttm .Ftd.r! Depot, 'Inturtnet Corp plumbing, heating and electrical
systems : his compressed air supply to
release the brakes another
,
It Pays To Advertise valve Light: would motorcycle be.pullel.!policemen See This Beautiful Area Today

and four police squad curs
bought to unsnarl traffic jams
across Highway GO and nalgl
boring streets. The traffic was
heavy botause of large gttyn,U
once at the Central Florida Fair.
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An ACL spokesman said no a
mechanical knowledge was nu&JU
ed to pull air valves-"you can
sea It done in movies"
WANT ROOM TO

Cl N1RM CITY, k\ tvl'( \
the repeal of I'n,hibition% I 11.. .,',
hanged the HI,)Io".Ii.." nwsl I. "
this, Kcntuikv t">wn. It 11\
under I local opti n voted u., II'I
SWING YOUR CAT? inunty _

line Chsmhct) i ,.I i ( ., -S
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,lcllld.nl {I"oll si" iIei i I Ill.p,
\ !sold b>. a thr1\ml' h> >tlmduBiry I( I _
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tether Ih.1I1 i III i
paving, t'hdwlx' r-.uppniing i ir r' .' y
"iuk.ie norm" l .... ,
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Take a look at the spacious YOU r _

\ PHARMACIST
acre lots In Pine Ridge Extension .
M'EAhS(
r suburb of ..
Naples, "

y;ri' only three and one-half ThGENE i ..uj


\", I : miles north of the City rr 1 McLAISlI

limits.


Miles of well paved streets "': '
Th" it-yuurnt-lf kirk : .' ", .J
\ add to the charm of this h.. reached Into many

firkin, nonirlim with !I....
reasonably priced community thin. It'I''ritlnr ,. j
Take dirt ftddmt, for u. The Moorings Country Club offer a com. delicious breakfasts" luncheon and dinners

of tmall estates. ample, Th"m..rlun Med. ) pl.,. pro shop operated by host profemon- from 8 'm. to 9 p.m. Modest, green fee

kit Ai orialion has *arnrd > al Bill McOevitt. and a restaurant serving and electric cart fee*. Guests are welcome.Discover .
Ask any Realtor to give you against the fad of Trdurlcif .
bliMid I.l and (ho.Irilrrol .
the details, tract map and by Iht Inditlduil.

Covenants, for Pine Ridge O 0 B plannrd di.... the many charms of The Moorings by taking a drive through

ThrM,\ stated. Input this thoughtfully planned community attractive homes on spacious
Extension, the new conceptfor : "lIi..I,,. who K.litvr
they can rut down their hornewitea, inland waterways only minutes from the Gulf via the jettiesof

better Florida living. MucH medical cholesterol supervision l without are! in Doctor Pass, a lovely 500> ft. beach owned by the property owners,

for a rude .. ..ktninf. II and a gorgeous golf course rounded by choice hometsites.
.n'l be done It rimldrtrn

be dangerous lo lr> ." The Moorings i IK in the city limits of Naples and offers 'altycity coh-": {,

There U aiMolulrly nu veniences, fncJudinganital'Y: sewers! throughout. For full informationcall
danger, huoetrr, that you
in 1idge! ...'! be delighted wick!

our prescription service .( 1". d
NAN PREBCHII'; II. Milton Link, Realtor

TIOKIIOP. Personal at.

t ml Ion and friendly ..rvlfe Associates Leslie C.
: Johnston James L. Cochrun
Created by Collier Development Corp. are nut main duck ,

,in ".d.. N.ly.. NAPI''KSPKKSf ; I.
Johnston Art Arnold
110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2-2131 :KIITION SHOP. Betty ,

771 Ilk .\u North "I'h

NAPLES, FLORIDAOR Ml I 2.UU. ___ THE MOORINGS OFFICE 560 MOORING LINE DRIVE MI 2.5102

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. 68 COLLIER COUNTY, NEWS *ie.l.i.r. March I. 19''. .
Dreaded Atomic Radiation
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Women Cure Fish/ / IJt i ib 1 YT 1 a

I Being Used. In Industry M
CROW HEAP AlF4P. (AT)

The women of this tiny settle'I '
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rr By FRANK CAREY supplies and even to pior.s
m.nt on Twllllngate Island "i' Assu.-hated Press Science Writer vegetables headed for market. J v t
K.t
Notre Dame Bay may be loadIng 4 tk WASHINGTON (AP-'< .. The The radiation comes mostly )' f '
the way to a resist' Jekyll and Hyde atom is' en. from heavily shielded solid r 1
Newfoundland's llgM.f!teel l '>" harking the good-guy side of Usrefutation materials, which are made ra. ,
with the help ot:such dlcactlre by being placed in nu. ,) r I rS + I IHr
fish Industry.The h c things ae goat hairs In Australia clear reactors. The most com.
fishermen bf Crow ric.'i! ': a.id potatoes In Canada. ,monly used material Is radio
have managed ((0 get their wonenfolk -- The same type of atomic radl. active .cobalt once considered
back to t Job that once :Alton that Is feared ID ...-bombs for Jacketing atomic bomb t.
and II.bombs is continually find enhance their radloactlvir .
vital to the Island's economy
was t,'g nr* uses In Industry. In tellint Congress of the _.
-drying the fish. SIM, n developments are occur progress (o date In t" t a ,.
To do this the menan'\ >e up i lIng, th* Atomic Energy :'Com. field, the AEC credited the
with t simple way 6f curing fish miss.on !says in the relativelynew American Chemical: Society i.r
Instead of the back'breakloir work t business of process radla.tOil with helping round up man of 4
and turning the which already Is a tO-mil. the details.
of spreading
1 li 'ii annual business for a few Coat hair stei .ill/.ation tn'<
llght-salted fish" on platforms American and foreign firms.. means of atomic radiation ,'as
made of poles and cohered! wit'i, New industrial chemicals are listed in a society publication as
spruce boughs!\ known an flakes, 9 (el.-iir; ( reated, and processes for being an enterprise of tte W< %
the fish Is hunt on racks endturnedln pro+ odur mg certain others are be. minister Carpet > of Austral.
UH; Improved with the aid of la. The firm treats 2,2r.c; ten'
the lIun.I .
atomic rays which can Influence of goat hair each ear with ra.
domical 1 reactions In various dloactlve cobalt.
,Hi W. CLOUSeR
way, the commission said Irt Its The goat hair n.. tat be sten-
rtprcsoniing torMETROPOLITAN ;5s tt annual report to Congress.The lIr.ed-to assure (that, it In fro<
LIFE
same type of rays-pro.ducad of germs of anthrax, a diseaserecop1lr.ed
INSURANCE COMPANY APT I IN R U UN D,1"l ..Iptur.. under .,.rut,"" radioactive (1.'h; .1'1' ,,\1 .1 ,,'
I I _M A,...., NOT Y..k I*. N. T." by byproducts ( chiefly in goats, cat. WHY do pelf -'Men' with the elf'rn/1ldi/ y "l
you
Life and Personal AccMem { in f'arii. route-ni, 'it tined, /" .' te'lu+ e Hunnir'j+ \Water of nuclear reactors-*lso tie, sheep and horses; but trans. : tllo and\ 'c jl spell: i ,
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and Health Insurant In Mill oi, n : [,h.c Wj'-k ''I U. r./u'n' Kuiir.e of Aiflent.na .\1 P being used to sterilize varl mlssible to humans. Doth the letter "k"and cat Nth\ i V was the v prepdro '
,.. o. taw MS Mr/ -xal ".5 .5.. materials, such as medical animal and human disease are question John C 'atk \m), i fifth+ grade) sponsored j / 'Ic! NfcWL" J--.K ,

Tit*,. ,.-F''" "I "" :;;_ * *. *.. fr *" *.. *.. *. * *. *. * *- *. *. *n*-*-- relatively rare In the United at Immokalee Elementary posed for his third ace! "..u' ,1y hoot/ last seat;

.. .. St ates.The AEC's own part of the teacher, Miss, Evelyn Nawsome Of a fourth .J'.I '..t1"d has served nfi."
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', -. ,. :rift ., .. .' .. round-up described: course, it was all m funbut thereis I te, is "going to be touqh to Lu r'

ft.f' _1i'JUtCJtitd 4 ( t. 4I -Use of process radiation by plenty of serious study ahead as this year. (NEWS pin i
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V'a i ; r Canadian government scientists
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to prevent sprouting of potatoes
I ft' '. designed for marketing. Such FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
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t' t .. >> : Irradiated spuds were first ap.

''.. ,'.R.\\it 8 :.'11'I f!), .i'.J. ;, 4".. ,{t '\'I. 't '. ", J ''" '; ::-: .Ikt.. :' ..., proved Canada for during human 1030.consumptionin j C' AoUr touND PIIlflfL l

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.. ,. \\111\ '. '''. u.' ... t t.41\f': : : '. .t. .... \l; Research and Engineering Co. NON-
: .""' '. :I' :.. .'.... of a radiation process for the
POISON
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i ;a..... "'"0 ".PD.J u.,1 V rn.rfl. ..+ A4R.."; :n ." ; ..} 1(...'. .. "' ;" 'LL t ,,.(,.-r..r..a:,. .. ../ production of new types of de.
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-... .., . .. '+ ... .. .. ,. ...;; .... .:: < These r' SN'4KEIco
..,. ... .,.. -- ........ .. .. tergents. detergents can
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r/rre S O..AS : ...
swrMieyM'eJr"
,... ..._'.. .. -. .... f""' .. ." I= ".!- ,.. .........", .. ': ::r ..... If...... .... be broken up by normal harm. RA SNAaa l/MILAA
f. tr,41eAVVrdt..t l1 rrl y '.,. '...f'A;. O.Mtla"... less bacteria In rivers and otherstreams
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N ... -
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.1 ." .. .. jilll' --- ,.,. 4.rur I Itt
thus
., .J .. .. 'V 10'" preventing the SMALL
11. 1. .;!t. i' '" .yt Moo't. ',:*. r. .l.tf:. >(".. .; ..,.:. ;..e... .. undesirable foaming other de. C dr Mv1' N' "errrrL
ELLiPr/tA
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,, t '.< rt. .... ... ...1, '1' -... : ,)J'- ,:... ..,. ... '... ., tergents have produeed In the ,y
f"I'W'-; -.... ., .. ,sda past.
,' tf,., P I .' ..". "J\f:. 't'fr'. ." ./ -Use of radiation by the Dow ( r. /5) LAR6ENOLLOW 5A'M S

l ;. ., '. ..I Chemical: : (.o. to nolp produce ,Tr FANls5 AND
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Si 1.f'.' ,; '. ." !\ ji' !.:- : ethyl bromide an Important or. 5MALL. Tao nor NAVe
\ tI : .. f ganic intermediate product em.
j : r' HOOKED EAit; OPEMi
... ,. ... g
.. "1. ployed in the synthesis of a \
TtETN
I :: .. f. number of chemicals and phar. ( Dip
...... OI SON I
-. .: 0,1',:. m aceuUcal s. 'TN1E MovABiS
r .r 'ik '- e Development of plastic SHAKE EVCL/DS
''rt wrapping and insulation mater) /5 HARMLESS
4 Y1r [EXCEPT CORAL SNAKE I
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err als with the help of atomic rays. FUNCTIONS AS
i: -Promising research aided FEELER; AND SMELLER

,6yv tdd.r t by AEC funds, to further 1m. 0 DOES NOT ACTUALLY SMfgLI0UT -
the of INTO 1N
r prove process producing BRIH6S ODORS
r 5 wood-plastic combinations, us. MOUTH WHERE THEfAXeBY Rf.CVVEt'
c, *s ..t- r. ing radiation as a binding force. 5MeL.L.-$eNlTIVE ORGANS
Shoe lasts, fuiniture, doors,
sporting goods and special
chemical processing equipmentare
t
; y11p envisioned as possible prod.
ucts growing out of such re.

search. SNAKES HEAR BY
Progress In research look
tog toward radiation in the PICKING UP SOUND VIBRATIONS
.frgtg!# of coal. Success in tis WJTH THEIR ENTIRE BODY t gWE

field, said the AEC, "could j
make the conversion of coal Into
liquid fuels an economic real. FLORIDA GAME AND FKetN WATER: P/9H CCHtlttlOt
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Last year, 17 whaling fleets -.- --- .. .. .. ... ,,
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: hilt 'lo sate N ; 'i
roamed the ieeberg-studded seas r'c.. .. ;: .: '' F.gg uoixllcv
8 of Antarctica where 70 per cent [ .. buttered, and Hjxinklo
M of the world's whales are caught. :. ;;:: .. .. ._ c rav..iv nf poppy Needs.

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t tI J "NAPLES SELLS ITSELF-LET AD MILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY"ONE
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I Just Completed Aje'td'-rM.? e of (, rcfV Rev, u'' nn i rcture at 3800 Rum Row en Man of

War Cove. DetiyWdl pttiv.kvii L1 Henry K. H.rdnea, Ayehreci, Palm Beech, Florid. OF SEA GATE'S handsome waterfront DELIGHTFUL HOUSE and guest house set On

homes on Starfish Avenue Two bedrooms beautifully landscaped grounds which affordan I

This new home for sale at our exact net cost! two complete baths spacious living room din Main unusual house measure of white of brick peace contains and privacy two bedrooms . l!

ing room, electric kitchen, porch All on an I
2Vi baths, pine paneled living with ,
room
Drive down to our office end !let ut show yew hits b..olitwl residence No on'.y. : 'ion of course attractively landscaped sea walled lot. and
fireplace large porch Beaucoup closet 1

The photograph does not .indcAtt, the true "' $22,500 and can be purchased completely fur. space Guest house it completely furnishedand

size of the interior. TwO IffQf bedroom and nished for an additional $1,000 with boat and rugs and draperies of main, MUM ere included -

i two baths. Unbelit"/able.jd ''aR'sp. .a L.rcju ''e s. motor thrown In, Ask us for an appointment to\ tee

I' living room with trejp0p;)|| Cloned bar this unusual property on Third Street. Kerth.
CHARMING MODERN HOME on South Golf
$30,000.
between living room and dining room. (Also
L" Drive, vis-a-vis the golf course Ample living
on west terrace.
opens rfcftftpMfafcHI 'fflom. .' VIRTUALLY NEW CM residence
with three bed-
t Beautiful large kifcherf jfttH fla. II MTMi tile 11 space includes three bedrooms with a walk-in rooms and two large baths Sixth
on Street North
I floor. Large service eM for w'Ssnin j nd 1 t i dressing room off the master bedroom two The vital statistics further include ,tlsable
a
drying. Larder and storni) 11'.3"C' ) 'oir ,. baths, a commodious living room screened porch living room, dining room, electrically' equipped

rage and storage ar.. Thl, itvuum.' |I"' I'i.' .'h' I\\1\,\, with southern exposure and excellently furnished kitchen and a large Florida' room Priced at
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an architectural gem kitchen plus plenty of storage and closet space $24,000 and mortgage to be arranged by
pur-
I \ ; f i Zone controlled heating and air condition. chaser.
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Call at the Port Royal office Harbour Hou .> {. a /to ing $32,750,

located one black east of Gordon Drive .'t -. PRICE REDUCED on spacious, :some of CBS and ;

Kings' Town and Fort Charles Drives and .r. IN THE BEACH AREA on First Avenue South wood construction on Jackson Avenue, South,

we will be delighted to show the resoda, you'll find this advantageously situated three East Naples There are two be
3600 Rum Row to vou. No obi0)" tioH' / u' stun ol. flip" dining U"ft Port R.v..f Brach Club bedroom two bath home 'It also offers a living room, dining room, creened-in patio rated ':

course. large living room, Florida room well equipped front porch and three car carport All 4si. 1

NET 'OST FIGI'KLtrdLol 3800 RUM ROW kitchen and two car carport Priced at topped by a 15 by 30 foot femed-in wimmin.
fit *
1 No 55 R +I" Row iln-. $25,000 it cm be bought for a relatively small pool $16,915, embracing a mortage .. I

1 II ? Divides menibeiihip\ in Port downpayment. Shown by appointment approximately $6,500.

; '. Roy./l.lM0i Club) $19,850.00 I .

l' F f ,M6'I 3yl" on Man of vYCW / ., LOTS TO TALK ABOUT: Sizable Port Royal homesite on Treasure Lane in Lantern Lake
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; *. ;" Avirtgts 'iTV'' 1lhr'I ; tion, $7,500 cash Another Port Royal beauty waterfront location en Cutlass Lane.

I f.. l 'J.) ., deislfi.: \ : 9J on RUIn 'IHw*.M'. !, 74 by 101 by 220 feet. 13500. Corner at Third Avenue, North and Sixfti |tret I I

a ; ,/ ((49,85(9,, ( Severe fMt. l1y29 )df,: 'I ; t1 75 by 100 feet $4,250 80 by 135 feet corner of Royal Palm Drive and 1M Street' f I

e square feet r qtf than "he f North, $3,190 Beautiful residential site on Mooring Line Drive, near Hawser lar.. 114
', ... an acttl:) "**' t I"_; by 141 feet $8,000 Several exceptionally large homesites in Pine Ridge, realistically, I

o t.s i 4Building contract and "Ohlttcft-,! < .. Ii. priced This is just a cross section of our choice llsings of unimproved property all over I

(fee fpt ,ptfru and syfjfT" \ "* I town and in all price r.ngel.Ad .

sion. (f2p90 square feet, ,
a ": .,r 1 $ tit 25 pkr square foot:! .J"' !96S.5 '

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y ,Kitchen .ctplMir t (Frlgidair stew ; ,; e
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.'II". : end t well 1 OVen, wall clotk, I 7/tttte't 4ceaete
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Kitchen; Aide DiVwa,h.r.) S8S.87"

s iii,. I ighting'<*mff and ornaments
7.88..39"--
Luokioji north ri.is n 1 t ,, '\.:
arruiiK tiult ; ui
in length) l li a artht uf I'MI'' I t tan, b "';1. Elder's risk I In rlftnee ... f.: '22,17 t .. ,
Club. (Pool heated i during the winter HPORT. ,'., s e : ,., 4,, 504.00f
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-. ROYALINCORPORATED Sprinkler stem 984. 0

!I Utili f ,:; sy ,. 71 .00 \ 605 5th Ave. South Midway 2.2124.

Telephone Midway 2-5118 4 r'I" E1 1"5' Salk Price $74,354.76 yh

On the Gull .t Naples, FlorJdt"6''I'. ;+

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Chewers 37 Wr, 1Eit41nnl' 44 1/8 43 I/2 Sunrf O. March 1, 1J64 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 78 I

Grants r Trinity 44 48 Lee Remick
#1 361/2 351/I I yoir' and used to get furious
Grams ##2 34 38 Trinity 2 36 56OFFdE'N with\ IIIH (or nut trying to sing, FRIENDLY STRANGER;

Bank of Naples 33 39 Greene made me believe could HOODS, N. M. CAP) When
Anchor Lounge :n' 40i'*{I I DONUT- PL Makes Debut do It." Richard Ridgway, who if In the
1 O R JM lliR *T MAWON SORCNSIKo Iii Trail Cleaners 281/2'431/21 I Sugar Donuts 69 24 The hung film star says also, electrical appliance business In

r..Rstfl lif f :if" ee.ee e e ) see Naples Federal :261/2;: 45 1/2 Luzlanne 56 37 "1 couldn't have lived with my. Hobbs, went to Colorado on a
Expresso 52 1/2 39 V 2 self\ If 1 had paned this show hunting trip he took with him

r SUGAR 'N SPICE BB 1 Holsum 44 48 In MusicalBy up-it'& wild and unrelated to his daughtet'i horse Skeeter.

Paprikas 64 32.Beechnut 40 52 anything that's ever been writ On the way home, Rldgwiy
-- -- ten "before" Which should and his in Ruidoso
621/2 331/2 Maxwell House 99 53 WILLIAM GLOVER bring party stopped
The Naples Women's Bowl and 8hasr both with the 3- 160 LaVerne Bit>ee and Helen Sages Cloves : Sanka 89 53 Associated Press Drama Writer /Jo) to author dlrector Arthur and all the horses were turned

Ing AaeecUri banquet will be 10. Tract 158 Jane Herren 144- Dixie 571/2 62 381/2 44'' I s Folgers 801/2 611/2 NEW YORK (.\P>-Ue R m. Laurents and: composer Stephen Into a cOITal! for the night.
Crystals .
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Pondlioiin About
held March 'fi/ 1,30 Irk best known for 3 .m. the next morning
p.m. at N1TC:: OWLS AU of 148, Carol Hood 141 Marlon screen
the MoO CountryCtab. The Qwsscrs Wash 0' Pedersen! 158 and the 4-7- Nutmegs 511/2 401/2 '' glamor drama role, Is on the Miss Romick was briefly on Ridgwiy decided to go home.
Mat team Cinnamon 501/2 4S 112' BIG CYPRESS MIXED-PL musical < Br "ad* I) in "Be Your Age" in He went lo the corral with an
now- o
dinner will cost $3.00' per pt r- war inspired to a win over the 10 and Myrtle Smith the 5-7- Gingers 471/2481/2,. Ospreys 58 J4 her own surprise.comedy stag 1953 when she was 17. After that old flashlight and a feed big in
_LII, Including tax( ->nd 1r. Bank of Naples Trances Fltaek 9. Allspice 461/2491/2 Seminoles 54 38 "I'd never even sung in the camp three years of dancing his hand One white-mtrked

The awards wil. tr r ,'I"i '. :-n- scored a 503.1%, Ruby RCCI 'N BOWLERSPlenty Rosemarys 41 55 Panthers U 36 Mower before," she, says of her and soling in tock. troupes, followed hone tuck his note in the feedbag
ed at this banquet tr tluv..in- Riner 483-169. Julia Cheaaar. of a.viry In the league. Sesames 391/2561/2 Pot Holes 481/2431/2 new found soprano skill "It's by Hollywood\ movies. 10 Ridgwiy took him home.
ners of the NV HA Ton i'anient.: a 191 single and Agatha Cleary Lindi Uucbelll 496-189. MaryArdriin Peppercorns 33 63 Bob:> CatS 4S 43 a marvelous feeling to discover "There have been a few nude Sure enough his daughter Informed .

Following the dinnerat 8:30/ 170. sea Treasures swept all 480 and Mildred Eaten "Sweet Basil 26 1/2 65 1/2 Gators 431/2481/2 ability you didn't sunpect." es along the way for other stage him it wasn't her horseRiJgwty .
lIen wfil be a and el- 448 lad Caribbean work, but I Ignored them" had left Skeeter and
meeting front Trail Cleaners led by Realty -Incomplete White Herons 44 48 The tiUan.t resaed actress ua
tctlon nf City ottWer. Lou donor Laura Clark 442-16': Con- (ft dtelr sweep over Holland Swamp Rats 40 52 veils the big sound in "Anyone "AnY"11t' Can Whistle" en. brought Kuiii home,. an animal ownedby
have to attend the dinner dlHoned-Atr won all from Sallay. For the Holland team Razor Backs 39 sa Can Whistle' ," wl! ich la ached. Il'n'd I her, life last July. a ">' banker.
MERCHANTS BB "WI 'n I heard It was goingto
to coma to the meeting. This Grants #1 with an assist from Jeanne We liter registered a Naples Marine 431/2 28 1/2 Air BoatS 32 10 uled" for 96 a Broadway) premiere hale I .i lot of real singertypetnI"It It Pays To Advertise
March at the M Th-
jostle
I* a very irta'n' meet::>j, .ifuif Hazel ALr 'Ila!I oJ l '*r :" -l' o.LueiUa 499, Eihei, Dlnaburg 495 and King Insurance 42 1/2 ,.29 1/2 tar.- \ I sail'i. lore you all for

aaaociai] and: an honest Lord had the highs Mary Jo Glbbs 486. Scoring Roses Texaco 39 33 BOWLERETTES PL "I'm not sure I amy voice thinking of me, but guodby,1 "

effort should be made by anw a Mt-190 and Ann Davis honors WIlt to A.Castenir with Kwtk Chek 38 34 Pampered Poodle 61 31 would' be technically d*. she says RESTAURANTTAMIAMI '

. ,>inen bowls cs to attend. .'It-1...., Roae Morrison and a fOOtU and the 6-'. Marty Ed Davis 38 34 Naples Floor crlbed," says Lee, "but It's B>' August t she'd been per.

Maria ShulM: 167 loners Jo- Hilts produced a 470 set, Jo Yahl Bros 38 34 Covering 601/2 31 If S loud and there'll be no chest, luadtld I to meet Greene."I TRAIL

BROOKSDE BOWL &Me Meads UMs 156. Sharp- Hld COMMERCIAL -- Gene shooters Martha 464, Am Follls 8-201.Bessie out" largo chip 11ft m)' shoulder
were Lowery Faber Hair 4S1/2 46 I/2
Marhoeffer I 35 3'7
PcbSler, beating Ida own high 6-7-10 and Joann Derbyshire: Combs 460-195. Ida Poyer 452 Isles of Capri 34 38' Stone Builders 431/2 481/o* Miss Remick gives main men er lie told"Ili I i I me and In didn't sing, 1 said know 1 nev. of country owners
series for the toasd and Wanda Jones 451. Jeanne ton( to two men for dei switch any want! FAST ACTION
league ""- -10. Fuller Industries 32 40 Jims Sunooo 42 50) Sung. Ho sald'Eveobody does,
e a 603-230 and led "aul's iUGAR 'N sPin: -- Good; Veenschoten: Hardwick shot 172-183 176 lon Naples Prism 29! 43 flame Lounge 38 54 to loran warbling, who! is I uoband a television Bill exocu.Col.\ tvei! .hoar "God Bless! Amor.Kt SEE: THIS TODAY

Texaco to a clean sweep over scoring on the Paprika team ers B. Marhoeffer Nt 24 48 Nicks 29 GJ live, and Herbert Greene, a "" bi tll.&t's what I did l'anG.H.LPFP
Aach' r. Paul Mtson tossed his gave them their win over Gin- Tina Kibbe 177 B. J. teacher who In the i sal I ,ipradelias tut '''.\\ I !II!iik I'd rather sing
first 200 in play a 202. Brought 175 Win- th.II') a'' li'i'' i''lg'hrJlEver3one'
toajfu ger. Wanda Jones rolled a FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC BB COMMERCIAL BB! hi'lped m.III\ -Mi- Inimiip' "
Ml I 12.2270
nie Mluor wd Nancie Veenstra
Also on the satin ream Gene 488, Marie Weaver 470 and Ida Sub Divisions 67 29 Brehms Atlantic 65 35 lir"lldwaVlH'.IIIih --
I 'I'c |posted> a 576-and{ (; Mike Foyer 467. Ruth I Dodge was 166, Bobbi:> Lobonthal and Joyce 65 31 Plttmans Funeral MMll's h"11 ..tllt"i nu for Hud* The NEWS

Pace'! 5'2. Red '! ord with a high for die Dixie Crystals ai Haslup 166. Nice games were Acreage Financing 57 39 Home 48 40"! ...._____ .....................Cb "..,,, ----
also turned In by Oleta Miller ------ ---
568-2O and Ed I'aiceml: 562- they won all from Peppercorns Consultants 66 40 Palm Lk Tr Ct 58 45
:'ri1 were high fur Bigleya as with a 422188. Sesame took 163, Gart Dunn 162,Peggy Den- Real Estate 49 4' Bigleys Radio 54 46

n ey look tall fro. county En- the victory from Cinnamon smore 151, E. Abernathle 157, Estimating 471/2 48 1/2 Wimps Texaco 52 48
Blocks Beach
1 T/2 From
M. Shiva and L. Runkla 150
gineers. Charlie i toe and Walt with Kaye Rans high 4.%- Anna Mae PeMo 155 and Geri Designs 451/2 60 1/2 Pauls Texaco 50 50 Only
lirehrn tossed tentical series 162. Elouise Williams tallieda Investments 38112 6'71/2 County Engineers 47 53
Vl.) Charlie used a 230 401-179, Marg Miltner 470- Weeks 147. Way above their Developers 40 66 Anchor Lounge 44 56
high and Walt a 216. Vem 198, Jo Powell 463 and Etta average were Dorothy Zoller Construction 54 40 Publlx 43 1/2 681 I/2 I This beautiful pro-owned home Is located in the scenic grandeur of Naples'

Allen and Em Emerlck also Wright 450. Mary Kline hada 138 and C.Bette Garten 133 madea plus Planning 66 3'7 Troplgas 33 l/2 6f I/O first selected spot of fine homes. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a guest house
the Price
6-10.
hud the same series a 560. nice Loach
177 alngle. Jo
62 1/2
331/2
nice pickup of the 1-4-10. Cooperatives << that wculd be lo show the house make the
Vern had a high of 205 and Em 170, Mary Lanza and Mae r we happy youhow guest can
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a terrific 2J5.: R. Cole reached William 171' Rosanna Loach COFFEE N DONUT--Head CONTRACTORS PL PO LOST OWN CHECKSIOUSMLLC payments on the home. Beautifully landscaped in every detail it Is probably
the list JoGlbbs
were
a 559-213. Ed Jiarroun 160 and Marge Thomas 167. ing Mary (AI) \li a.i''
tossing a 496-163 and Dona Metalcraft 29 11 If. one of the most alluring homes we have offered in some lime Living room
5SO-202 Jlin Haynes Jr. 543- Joa Sharp listed a solitary an embarrassing, and upscn' .
?111. Dick liftman fired a lone 157, Julie Yanson. Belvia Allen Hatley 471-178. Mary Arm- Boat Haven 25 13 incident for the !Post' Ot'i?. si I.i N.II f has a lovely fireplaco and is air-conditioned Excellent financing can be
Moons 24 16
222. Mike Van Hall 221. Ned ) 166, Tulle Davis 163, Irene brust reached single 182 Fay Masonry here.
B & B Builders 22 18 obtained. Priced complete at only $18,500.00.
Hatcher and Shirley Glasser Approimatelv' 100 piviK i'
"r't f'. :)r, Ross Phillips 207, Belavrk' and Jane Herren 14-0, y,
157. Helen Tracy 156, Joyce Daley Distributors 21 19 for government wotkir-. ,,I, i II!'"'
I'II. Mooihui 1 204. 1. HamIlton Bebe Moog 166 and the >-
Late 151& Leona Pilson and Firestone 20 20 federal building wen ,OIII Ic
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.':.IO. Russ Gay 196. 10 Frances Walker nice 13J.
a Jackie 140 Christine Stone Builders 17 23 from Chicago to Lout..v,i I II I '. Ih : '
GONSTRHCTIONEERSHlgl. -- MERCHANTS -- JIm Croak Hatcher Morgan 148 Dobble Hen- Conditioned Air 17 23 week later' they mill 11I1I.ln', .1 I }mDflrl /V. 1 u..1 I.SC A.-"tc.
for Allied Paving in their with: a a2-201Ied Naples Print rived
drix 138 and Hazel Drunk 134. Naples Supply 16 23
wii I,. vev I Richard's Roofing was Ing to victory over Marhoeffer John DjUy, an 'Inc( >.I I! ..I 11
Alander & Sons 9 31
Hermlna I lube converted the
T.v walker with a 483-186. ##2. Don Elferdlnk was the star General Service AJnum-ti" II i 1''."1i-\ p 630 Fifth Avenue South
I\- $ i
I i'o I Iwpikert. was tops for for the nite with a 57S-224 J-10. flew in from Chicago 'II 1 m\ I' I.i 8
:,>ir Jrd'a with a 532200. Bud Ken Hansen and Dick Jurek BIG CYPRESS MIXED -- WOMENS CHURCH PL fort to track down the ,he iks, I Phone MI 2-5359
Headman for the Seminoles as Christian Daffys 641/2 371/2 '
h\'t
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f'olnbdcher led >awyers Cart posted 556 sets with Ken's high He found them. Ilirv "
;' ,heir *m ,wcr the I olic- 18F and Ultk's 204. R.Schwel- they won all from the Gators Emmanuel delivered to internal Itr'I,"uI"I' ii : or 2-5249
was Tom Schessler with a 550- Lutheran 481/2 431/2 Service, two floor utmL m l II,,' :
jy.lrl"ent) vitJi a 546-20'1. ke rt reached a 216,Danny Hayes L
Vv. 't I ,rehrn needed but 199. Gene Tlllnian was high Holy Bowlers 461/2 41 1/2 same building .
one pin 21 ), MJ orenser; and 1::. Gillam .
I lo <-00. a M2: 11. man for the nite with a 602-
\ .1 Tossuig r ? Ot>, Leon Snyder 194 H.
a :OiM! ser he Townsend I Pro- Hans 193, Neil Van Wyk and R. :210-234. High for the gals

duce to a clean sweep over Abbott 198 and J. OeVogt 191. was Flora Edwards 462-167. 1
Gene Tessler a 195 loner / But In Our
Sunshine Suprex. Cordttto ned- FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC- posted ;
Nl.
Air won all from[teach Cabinet Gene Chamberlln tossed the John Deal 192, B. Hover- It

;vd b) pn with a 546ub. highest aaaotfoned game to date man 1'77. Marlys Boyd 170. eA
John Stub retarded hiffb for B4oej 4 ks Bowl a 289. Forriits Betty Hardwick 162 lo Henry f;"a OpinionThis

series for the nigta 40tt-tilk J j I he _\11\10,rccive \conun : ,158I.+ Abernathle 156 and1krbhl .. ,, .
A2! :! and >fc.a +Dairies! *t3 len paten for rolling 100 pins \ White 154.BOWLCRETTCS. ; .

lager listed a 602-240, Tom over his in a -- Pampered -
average is the and the
Mlllei 565-216.rank Williams game. Gene's series was sine Poodles swept all from I BEST BUY BEST QUALITY

:->..>f 206.:! Jlth' Croak came up Charlie Rice with a 614-230 Flame as Mary Jo GILbs tallied House in Naples

wiih d 220 loner, Andy Nichols was high for the Real Estateas a 494-178, and converted

0. ,/2, Leon Snyder 1J8 and Tom they won all from investment the 6-7-10 and Ethel Dlnaburg (
reached 472181. The tainted -
a
1''' 195.
m eti Don riferdlnk was the
.:_.,', CHUOLH In Pi'W'I a <"L..J. .in ig .>,UP of Marie Weavers 500- and a 209. Tied Hlllman recorded with a 520-199 Ina Bunting t* *

1 if rtic Methodists lost all to 1 6K-2iX-J21.; : :: Derails 498-180 and Seal Jerabek 491 ,.4' .

t o.". 1, i srioii \ 'larks whose highal .salroa C15i21'. John Stull and Dot nice Donelson 461. Individual i.tt:ht LESS THAN 1/2 i IT'S COST
'- vsa's Jean Vogt 436-184. 583-22i.< Gerald Kelly 561-210 games posted were : for

'ir' 11_ s: H'Ird: a 61 (,f- ,and> i ,ices j :. >rd 1>5S-- 07.VVlUlaiii Eva Hogue and Anne Sharp t 'n
?7.7 >,iarce Rimes reach tu : : Jones readied a lone 167. Inga GUI 165, Marie

a lot: st-Tglr, Marge 1'lion as ?14, Ev GUlaiid and Harold Weaver Elizabeth Hardwlck .t.i.hf'. '

160, Reggie LuleJean ISl-l&u, baniels 919 J. Gtddens 196, 160 Ann Fuller 163 and 156, iA'c; .

Marg Mlltner 156, Audra Mc- Ned Dorsey 197 Bob Abbott Many Vanchura and Marg Lee 1if. ': ;. ;.: +. .

Conkey 160 The expert was 193. Mike Pike 190 and Mike 167. Ruth Dodge listed a 158 .
Sporhert the and Ruth Nichols 155. l,F yitG'IF )
Carolyn convening YaM190-twka.

4710. \ rt,,MrMr 'k.f' t A
Howling Standings i,
MEN'S CHURCH --Out front
PINE LANESCONTRACTORS .'f' ,'. '"
was Ed Harroun with a 680- :
-- Metal- CONSTRUCTIONEERS BB r'4 k- [
200. Ken MoConkev posted a craft took four from Moon'sMasonry I..t A Wifatu 4fm
Townsend Produce 67 33
Charlie Rios had ,
566-228. a '
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wUhGusSsaberghlgh First Florida 59 41 ( rI\U ,
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oraham lone 202,190.Edgar Marksmen shaner and were W. rolling a 566-200, In spite of Sawyer Carpet 59 41 ,( fY" f('.; .
Tex Kavermans 196 and a 641 Conditioned Air 58 4'2 ,
George Han with the 4-7-10 for the lOle.... Jack Hatcher Houa Electric 56 t&:$ 4 YJ. : i .

plus the 5-6-10 and Foster was high for the league with ,. ..
Naples Federal 54 46 >i''''f'! ..
a 594-213-201, Gene bona- 2 Sunshine Market 47 :53 .. (f ail, ?A2L# _
cher a 548201. Wally Wals- Richards RoofIng 44 56' > 'j. ..t.(,, \.
I trom a 202 loner DJ. Salmon -
LARGE LOT Allied Paring 4* 97. -
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201 Bob Steele llJO)
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Corner of So. O.H Drive D. Dover 198 and Ban Stoner Beach Naples Cabinet Police 34:36 66 6-1 '.(\ \ ... ........ '

A Guff Shore Blvd. A "o4fert 190.

|jewel, 1000000. 1EN'S CHURCH League ME NOS CHURCH BD itr

see sheers were net available. Methodist IU 65 31 '

O H. LUPF Turner WOMEN'S held the CHURCH sP'Jdiibu5- Nour she MethodUtS Assorted ChrlKiant! 501/2451/2 60 36\ *, .'", :,1f"; ? ", Here are a few of the countless special features which ?.


Reg.421 R 9th. E.St.Broker No scored posted a a 464-153 470-184.Poetry Jo Powell Hard- Christian Emmanuel Man 431/2 C21/2 r; ,'; rte:: make this fine home so EXCEPTIONAL .rJ r


wIck tracScd! 442.1 Ubhy 1 reodwell U9- Lutheran 371/2 581/2 its 4 9'- Just a few steps from the Gulf Shore '.. I

-. : .:_ --- a HuthMoyer- E.Methodist Naples' 321/2641/2.. oi'. '- :?,"hdwr : :";;: I 190' x 150' Lot Beautifully Landscaped,


CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK WOMEN'S CHURCH BB 1 mo; i 3 Lovely Tile Bath Rooms. I

DUNBARS OFFICE Christian Pinheads 41 31*' '1.;... Prtrii! I *2 Huge Screened-in Porches.

l SUPPLIES DUblos 38 34 j "I / '
Methodist :30 .36., ., f'I.J> tth\ r''T. wo-C ar Garage with Automatic doors]
Rebuilt
... Paymaster Gutter Mixed Christians Dusters 341/2 34 tl/23 381 .nfltr';. ; *Delightful 23' x :30' Living Room with Bar. ';
Chock Protector $25.00 .
up Bl'JMVRSS' / M ICHINRHALES.. RLPAIIH1'.H !: '" t ixNITE ..' "Y -', Room Spacious 24' x 27' with Barbecue. ,

RKNH18' -. ICP.RVIf'B:4i. PJTKE. PROMPT OWLS BB Kin
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.. Ilk .hr *,,. HI J2. vU. Conditioned Treasures Air 61L49QJ2Sea 49 20* ? i r': ;,l t I *Automatic Baseboard Heating and Air Conditioning
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: .' !1'. .1 }aea',q *Knotless Redwood Siding from California. w

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PAINTINGS OF 7W *Huge Living Room Fireplace with underground ash-pit.
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EVERGLADES! & GULF : 3 Large Bedrooms, 14' x 17' and 13' x 18'.


B I1CiIC VY .fe; + *A dream house at an unbelievably low price.

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. 8B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 1. 1964 simply tossed In rivers and not Pie i iA

counted.Here In Dacca, where thou. Crawls Up 350 Foot Cliff Mrs. L.B. Johnson's Favorite


Hindus Christians Flee await sands permission of frightened to Hindus leave,.

I there is an air of Impending crisis For Help With Broken Ribs
of mob violence only nar. 1ii

From Moslem PakistanBy rowly The kept whack.whack In check. of police W1LL1TS, Calif. (AP)-Faith He soon restarted the enginebut S
sticks hitting ragged backs deserves help, says Myrtle forgot the gears were in re. _
Scott, SO, a minister's wife who verse. The car shot backwards
CONRAD FINK No one can say with accuracy sounded in the center of town agonizingly crawled up a 350- over the embankment. + _
DACCA East Pakistan (APIA )I how many persons are on the Tuesday as constables fought to foot embankment after a freez The California Highway Pa., L
--. great wave of hatred and move or what the death toll has maintain control of an estimated Ing night near a dead man anda trol believes Mrs Scott went
fear is sweeping a section of the been In sporadic clashes that 5,000 Hindus standing Impatiently wrecked car. through the windshield, but she y
Indian subcontinent have broken out when fright. under the sun in front ofthe ''I don't believe In praying remembers only finding herself
Entire families, some clutch. ened, fleeing Hindus met frightened visa office. without action, and I did both," near the base of the embankment *
ing only a few bundles, a brass fleeing Moslems. There is an ever-present dan. the seriously Injured real estate held by a clump of brush
of an escalation into serious
rooster on gar saleswoman from Santa Rosa, from rolling further.
pot or a prited are
The Pakistan government said conflict between India and Pak.
the move across the dusty As. Calif., recalled from her hospt. "Where are we? Where are
sam Plain of India and the rice earlier this month that more istan. tal bed as she looked back on we?" she yelled. "Harvey-Har.
than 122,000 Moslems had reg. The two nations, already bit. her "
and jute fields of East survival ordeal. vey.
paddies
istered as refugees from India ter enemies almost
dally
She
Pakistan. 1 remember being so tired, got no answer from the
but the borders are unmarkedIn charge each other with practicing
Hindus and some Christians she said "What a vast wilder area of the nearby stUUburnlng
places and unguarded in or at least condoning, religious .
are leaving Moslem Pakistanfor ness that is. I thought I was headlights and correctly assumed -
India in a tragic replay of others. persecution and shoving going to pass out and roll all Wells was dead.
decades.old religious, economicand Many thousands just walk unwanted minorities across the the way back down, but I With broken ribs, a dislocated
social strife. across. border. didn't." right elbow, concussion and numerous
The Moslems are moving the Calls for a jehad or holy war "If there's only one thing to cuts and scratches, she
other way, from Hindu areas of Indian officials say as many against infidels are being shout. be done in a situation like this, could hardly move-not even A
India into Pakistan. as 10,000 line up daily In Daccato ed In sections of Pakistan. Both then you know you have to enough to fasten her quilted 1
Each fleeing family, each ref. apply for permission to enter countries have moved troops to do it." jacket for protection against
ugee train, carries with it a India. There has been no real border areas. She and her employer, Harvey 32-deerw' cold.
powder keg of pentup emotion attempt by either Pakistan or Lee Wells, 68, Santa Rosa, were After dawn she began the
that could touch off rioting like India to publish reliable casual Legend says that when Turkish eastbound on State Highway 20 painful crawl from brush clumpto
that which followed such migrations ty figures and estimates of the soldiers successfully stormed the in mountainous timber countryat brush clump, Inching a bit t r,
in the past toll of last month's big riots walls of Constantinople In 1453, about 7:30 p.m. Thursday. higher each time w\ w
Blood already has been range from hundreds to thou. the Byzantine leaders were busy About 15 miles east of here After several hours she
spilled. sands. In some areas, bodies are arguing whether angela were maleor Wells stopped to check a car reached the brink of the road.
female. rattle. Three truck drivers quickly
rame to her aid.ocaUot1. .


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LC Y PRESENT LADY BIRD IN THE KITCHEN: checking up nn good things lit eat including

her favorite Pecan Pie, \\ith Zeplur right nhccnoked for the Johnson I

y"fi family for yearn and is nun at The \\luie (House
0 For
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"_' 4 FM 6fo enine Pt'n8 A rrfst By CECILY BROWNSTONE tremely aofu Add sugar, comirup filling is set in center when pie
ru Associated Press Food Editor salt and vunilU; with a is gently shaken about 40 ton
Fr, FronOj hand heater or mining V) minute. Pastry edge shouldbe .
fie most to; OUR' FIRST LADY has a longtime sturdy rotary
wetting coopeAatd'elesfrfcncc/
S favorite dessert: Pecan Pie spoon bent until thoroughly browned mid the bottom pastrya \
And no wonder. The Pecan Pie blended. Add eggs and beat pale gold. If top of pie gen
( (fn v\Jap\ & c/toectCy/{ on the Quty that Lady Bird Johnson votes gently just until blended. Fold vet dark toward end of baking
the best is the recipe of Zephyr in the pecans. Pour into pastry time, place a tent of foil over it.Cool .
In The
Mooring Wright whose cooking efforts our shell. Bake in a moderate (375 \ on wire rack. If desired,
President's have degrees) oven on the rack directly serve with unsweetened whippedcream.
family enjoyed
THERE IS A I tack '
DIFFERENCEThese for the last 20 years, and who is below the center
now plying her skill at The until top Is toasted brown and

features make investment White House.
your more Airs right, who started on her .
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culinary career by studying home Sr
valuable. and '
Investigate today select
your economics, has deviled the most
choice location. fabulous recipe for Pecan Pie.
We've compared it with dozensof
Address: other rules and hers Is the

Gulf Shore Blvd. -->- .tt' BLVD. richest. Small portions of this a
SHORE
On the beach side A GUlf pie are in order, even if you have w a' ,
as much energy as our admirably
zestful and gracious First Lady.
Here's the list of ingredients
Social Area
Not leased land for the dessert straight from The
I I 60 ft, heated pool White House. we've outlined the 1 r
rAaytNa I I caR Rt Large size social method w. used in testing the
KG pie.
r Aa room equipped to
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<- ((<; entertain up to WHITE HOUSE PECAN PIE
60 1/2 cup ((1 suck) butter
r r CABANA guests.
1 cup sugar
6 Private area forM 1 cup dark corn syrup
rnl -t relaxing. Guest 1/2 teaspoon salt
cARroan caeroan B
i 1-1/2 vanilla
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teaspoon
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+ >$I dressing rooms
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t P POOL nhr..A.i 2 cups eggs coarsely chopped pecans .......- ,>>
Fluted unbaked pastry shell in a DOWN UNDER-Filling Station attendant, Richard
''y 9-inch pie pan or piste
Manager's Office t Allow the butter to stand in s Estes, of Bowling Rock, N.C., found a new way to get I
Separate from main i t 0 rRRAC( uuNDAr < (((< Laundry Room covered medium mixing bowl at out of the rain when filling a gas tank How the six.foot-

buildings. 5TORAG( room temperature until it is ex tall youth got into the little trunk is another story.

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be bought for a few cents Ano., BuF, IheD,.who goes to Costa hold mot.mots Sunday. March I, 1984 1
grpves squire 1 I I COLLIER COUNTY
ookingIs 9 -beat travel l fopicp,, j4 ,\ ther mark"{ )Jtemj whldj cart be+{\ie to.,dtlik milks1w 85'/11 cuckoos and ant shrikes.On NEWS 9BSPA'S
) used for ; ; "
I t camping wr *s aefcora-" i to'the eaunirfi tp "the weekends from
ll residents DAYS
t tions in the kltcheV' IS the odes| Of Volcano toas, td' the S.m05.. dive Up to dine'' and NUMBERED to pay no more for spa treatment'at
brlghUy.flcered: enamel.ware' i, most idyllic hotel in that counttY dance and breath the fresh mown liAR ROGAn, England (AW I IfefVogate. Afteij Mardh'31.'
Fun from Hong['; .Rtfng. H t *,' ilk: CaUUna 1.4 ball I ln'the tain air, but on 'week'oda;*, 'all arroiiek' ; ; |its apr wHr; {..'? ''|1WJJ$ ill) pfOvidV'itjiiown\ '
JM ( ,1By ,1- In Sai' 'jfktt<&!1 bAi ;AuJtt- r Ibf kftwtsBfchalet/ ) said is' quiet. Regardless bI' when''ducheu.. see poMccrAen\ whd'-it. vanatN the1 baths in water mixture
i anti or < < offetf lobo, you stay M' La' Catallna,'' you'll containing a pita for selected cues, esecially
ly Cecily ftrewnitene tally proud of, their job ,and and [looks out over the great pia. seldom see any Americans there. of sulphur and Yorkshire wo,kids people suffering
equally, polite. There's, one, at tpau clear, Jo the Pacific A Refreshing, no?' moorland' ,pelf t. may \ sWri( > he [tai r" f : whbfeUhtf.d\
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'. every corner In crisp khaki ,uniform .. numb.r of quaint cabins, nes. (To be continued) spa no rats., t l,1, \ t, 4 rl t } t :!apalakl} '1. .1'; t nil
WATCHERS SUPPER ; Anne L. BoJyes with long white gloves In tie under the, soughing pines A It has long lost the fame It enjoyed Since the Health Seryice now
which/ to direct traffic;, more ease shor} walk takes y9u to the neat : In Queen Vlctorla'a day provides, 40 percent ut the_cus
Try this) dessert on your diet ily. They perform like Balinese d nin& room, Alpine Bar, swimming Stuffing egga1 Add, rrjayon- when it was a center for ritual (tamer I for ,Ilarrogate's Royal
dancers. Also, In the capital, pool fed with, mountain nave muhUrU and vinegurt to Health treatment of the liverish Daths,?a special has
you can drink a safe cold milkshake the malohe.1 yolk! Vie committee
streams tennis cQUrtId a mixture. upper classes. Rut until how it, been
setup by the to df cid.
Hot Tomato Bouillon at Dos Plnos. It's the small too Blrd-watching Is ex. dry or prepared I1I.Istllrand!* maintained a steady trade with what should be done.tow"
Spit-roasted Beef only "Dairy Queen" type'ice cellefit around La Catallna. The Vider ot tanagon vinegar 'W subIItltute patients sent by the welfare
nbo Salad with Diet Dressing cream parlor I know' of in Central > flower gardens harbor hummingbirds lemon luice fur the state'a National Health Service. CALL THE NEWS FOR
comalt Whip Beverage America. by the dozen and the finca \IIlellll'? The Health Servicehas decided
._R1lP.l!ER STAMPS _
CHOCOMALT WHIP
Jl/2 envelopea 1.12
table- .
l sports) unflavored gelatin "i \ ra .y 11, 1- '.t 1iOf ,' r' "? r.7 J':+ 1 # i, ..w r. '1tJIrL1
*2 cup water !! C / '
i' 4f' 4o 't ,W i 11 .t'' 't i rr I .fl ,
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lean* (10ounces each) chocolate ...... I + .k 2 an ,
malt flavored liquid diet t ',.. ,
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Wood, chilled\ 4 t
12 teaspoon vanilla
egg white, stiffly beaten -
Tripe banana .' .. ,.:
I In the top of a amall doublet 0.1,
filet, sprinkle gelatin over cold .: .
ter to soften; place over boil- ,
k water and stir until dissolved.Ix I !

with diet food and vanilla __mm_ .__ I, ,.,
C hill until thickened but not aeueat .", ,
until thick and fluffy; fold LA CATALINA'S artistic pool is fed by mountain I(,,! i""Jve :,,.- ,

I stiffly beaten egg white. Turn streams' and bordered by graceful plants.TYPICAL t;: \(11l-1( ,(t\j .. ..___ "
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[to large dessert dishes; chill '. n. : It ? 11; '

Itil firm. Garnish. with thinly .,; 'C .. ,..... ....!.Ji.__, ,,, ,.._. ,_ _h .._ ._.. ,_..__._.. u..... .. .. ,
Deed banana;;; Makes 6 servings, i
(JO calories each. 'T

'ter were rr,

|Ak1LY It's worthwhile DINNER taking the time T ; r :: 'tl' ; f '

fix these delicious potatoes. .
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Meat Loaf Relish i.* Stuffed Baked Potatoes ( .t
toll Bread Tray u
Nit Salad Beverage j&,, ..j,

[STUFFED BAKED POTATOES yV

M",potatoes Urge (2 pounds) mealy baking r [

(4 cup butter or margarine, aoft
3/4 cup cultured sour cream
1/4 teaspoon salt t
/4 teaspoon white pepper i'I.
[Paprika "
(Scrub potatoes in cold water
[and dry. Bake in a moderate (350 ,
[degrees) oven for 45 to SO minUtes "Tico" family with oxen cart hauling firewood 1 ._&
| or until soft through Cut In for the home. Note hand-painted shirt on lady. \ i
[half lengthwise; scoop out pulp
Farmers often their and
and put through a ricer. Beat in paint carts oxen yokes, too.

[butter, sour cream salt and pep- '' '
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per. Pile potato mixture back t&'it"tH ,. ,.. .-' -
[ into only 6 of the shells. Ruffle )-' 1 ..- .q.M.
I with fork tines and with & n i irl
sprinkle in:f: 'JJ.J(
?paprika. Bake in a hot (425 degrees +." : \I;\ .'h. e.
) oven for about 15 minutes : ..'MI
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5 J or1' until hot through. Makes 6
|servings.

|, NEIGHBORLY. LUNCH I

'tf t ''v a '''ut4'v' aP sr
tc/A f; reader asks us for this good J; t
'' recipe for baking powder bis-
cuits'made: with cream of tartar.

.,d a 1 :&
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'. Scrambled Eggs with
Canadian Bacon Residences of A. JR. Stoley, Galleon Drive, (foreground) and R, L, Telford (right) and Mutcoe Burnett, Jr., (left) in background

",,-,,.). .Oldtlma.. Biacuitlr.lrtll I -on Rum Row-v, ith the deep, ocon-going salt water of Galleon Cv.ln between. i
Bare Beverage 9 I e '
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2 I cup teaspoons r' sifted OLDTIME flour baking BISCUITS powder .-,, ,q W' :' ) No Cliff Dwellers Here ,' I' .<

\/" t..a Bn/trhn rr_am'" -nt. *...**.*,.. 4Jr
11/4 i teaspoon salt --- ---.-----------.- '----" -
11 Only architect designed, single family residences, with ocean-going 'salt water1 at the foot of plushy green lawn. ,
teaspoon sugar I [ 1/4 cup butter or margarine COSTA RICA'S springlike climate makes the central

1/3 cup milk plateau and mountains a delight to travellers. J Jis 'are 'provided by deed not' conversation
If Into a mixing bowl sift together impressive no matter which way you look..Scenery j jIf 1. Port Royal Is a well-established ex
I the flour, baking powder, cream elusive residential community comprising {J, -- 13. No property sales are made except In
Jof tartar, salt and sugar. With a you yearn to visit a Lath,i Courteous guards help you' over 90% of the southernmost two square Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit
|pastry blender cut in the butter country, yet have qualms aboul't through customs and health; ,>
I until the particles are tiny. Add tackling lands which are so different giving you time to admire tlje'!" miles of Naples, with 143 families I Ir to Port Royal and seen us in person. And
I milk With a fork stir just until a In temperament, custom i huge mural and hand-palntedcart residence and many more homes build no sales are made to persons other than those

[dough forms. Turn out on s pre. and cuisine, try Costa Rlca.Cen,. which decorate: the waiting room. ing this season. No promoter's dream ol who, have been accepted for membership In
ared pastry cloth; shape into a tral America. The "Tlcos" arc j Taxis or rental cars are avail
ball; knead 8 to 10 times. Rollout the friendliest Inhabitants southof ble for the ride into San Jose, what: is to be." the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
a little leas than 1/2-inch the border and well-educated, committee.
2. Work started than ten I It '
more i
ick; using a 2-inch round cutler The country boasts more schoolteachers ]1[ NICE BROWSINGI years ago,
cut out biacuits. Re-roll tag than soldiers tat I The neat'spacious capital with was continued without modification of the' 14. The foregoing are not "rules and regu-
|nds and cut out the same way. that's a record these daysl! Fur.. Its backdrops of green>clad vol. original vision until it became the, 'reality )It lations" [Place a few inches apart on a thermore, the scenery Is superb> canoes is a pleasant place to is '
freedom the
today. complete to jiyability which
cookie sheet and bake in a very and the land Is clean. browse, but not to stay. Much enjoy
hot (450 degrees) oven 10 to 12 These facts are immediately, finer accomodatlons can be had 3. More than 6'/2' miles of boulevards which, Port Royal offers. They are measureof, protection
mutes or until lightly browned. apparent as you spiral down to i I in the country If, however, you designed to guard against any encroachment -
Serve hot or reheat. Makes 11 the broad central plateau and landat I feel happier 10- a city1, you can wind along the beautiful waterways were laid
biscuits. San Jose's modern airport, combine Costa Rican atmosphereand out and paved, exceeding the standards set by ....... ,;,....".. .,- on your pleasure and anythingthat
charm with city life by residing might, tend to depreciate your investment
at the 'San ',rose Inn, a the State for its primary highways. Also proper Partial view of -o'ktail! l r lounge/ at ihr POll R\.t| Compatible, congenial neighbdrs'are 'some:
reconditioned mansion whlcb drainage was provided for every toot of |terh ( luh SunV'-n! bar background; ,

THE f BANK OF NAPLESThe ( guests quietly, accommodates 20_to 30 boulevard. Of course, all facilities such as property can be members, To them, member. thing that money alone cannot pr vlde.
Naples the finest Florida 15. We do not think that overstate.the
By National, once the Buena Vista electMvity\ telephone, televisi9n cable, etc. are their property. fact when we say, "Port Roy.ll..Qne..of the
Fort. Ancient .cannons covar the available throughout the area. finest places to live in the United tates." We
lawn and there's a comrriahdlng
view onto the city. Inside, tile 4, More than 10,000 majestic Royal and !Coconut 10. The cuisln'et the Port Royal' Beach .Club" are confident that you will agree If fine
archK: >lPgl palms and other exotic trees were movedin is unsurpassed in' equalled, per ..
.
into :
insight the rich
an
you overlapping
neighbors superb climate and deep saltwater
,
of Indian cultures which to line the boulevards and other land areas, haps, jn) only a handful /ipf America;; more '
once occurred in Costa Rica. distinguished! restaurants at the foot of your I lawn; appeal"to +'ou.Wa ; .

It was a great trading area which 5, Port Royal properties are not "lots." Theyare look forward with plea sure,to, your vjsit
lured natives from the Orinoco
and Amazon up Rivers of South) large, interestingly shaped private estate 'Ti I Every home, in Port! Royal must bender or inquiry at our office Harbour" House -

America, and from mountains sites, Properties, range from one-half acre to signed by an approved architect and built for Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive. One

uncovered of Mexico. Archeologists have several acres in size. its owner. Though thefe,, are homes in Port block" east of Gordon Drive
strange gold figures,
elaborate' stone metates (corn 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on Royal which cost several hundred tnoysand

grind Ira), sacrificial boulder*, deep, wide, ocean-going waterways 'which dollars, it 4s possible to become a resident'of
jade, birds, clay snuffers, drums
with the Gulf of Mexico'and Port Royal for a minimum investment of approximately -
Full Service and most amazing, circular' connectdirectly ,
stones weighing 13 tons, measuring the intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islandsto $55,000, including property, resi
7 feet in diameter, yet not the south. ,'" >. dence, and landscaping. Properties range in
more than a few centimeters CJ"1 t price from $13,200 to $45,000, apart from
Commercial Bank WUVmt *
feet circles They! This are fact almost becomes pet. i 7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot building costs. ,

more impressive when learn of your lawn, even if your boat Is a ,90-foot
you
.. ..
.. .. 12. Every possible protection is providednow
they were fashioned about 1000A. yacht.
With Trust Powers D. with *ton toolsSuch| a prehistoric I and for generations to come Only single

grave-marker stands '
thilavrn
ot; thei gsb)7rn) | of white powder sand beach, directly on the speculative building is permitted; no co 1

LIMITED SHOPPING l Gulf of Mexico. The Club itself is a "gem. operative apartment no commercial buildingsof

;t* of Dont shopping expect in much Costa In Rica.the way Jt like structure without peer on either coastor any kind. Space required between residences w 9

.,tea is not a touristy town. The chief: t anywhere in between," said an eminent is 60% more than the highest zoning

products for sale, are. small hand journalist. I It. sl! : : fequirernen! ) !ip\ Naples., Nd, gyerh( d plgctric!
painted cart, gay full' skirts and Palm B.actftSrVtf. ttrheiiotembitl'etthltects J5>. tefepnoneV wryer" ar. ?pjrmm cUtoWc/6sV\
saddlery. You beautiful saddle, bridle, reins r in Florida. streets or enter homes except underground.This -

G,.. ., with Naples ft Collier Cot, time* 1949' boots for half the (price as in ( applie everywhereexcept In:'the -two
the States. Once we bought TWO yef Beach Club E 'first developed'over: twelve1' Lookii* across the A.A.U. pool'(73 I" in length)
small'areas'
9. in the Port 'we
Memberships feature of the Port Royal Beach
._Uf W'ltern.style saddles for $tO{ thai la a popular )1 I
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. In Costa Rica and later sold I, are not for sale. Only owne of Port Royal I years fago,) ,Many other, sensible,, protections? Club. (hepl) 1* heated; during winter ....011.)

ONE to a friend tot ,tbe sll' I .
price in ColoridiyvHSK DnsiA.\; J :. .1' "n '

H Andf j ered it a bslfalrft*-.;' t \ L_ _. _
Look For The Time The market Is gni f On, tff' .
less yotj from!ty(eve}. t n'' 0 Ro1T R ;O Y.AL'I 'qO< >ooN'.J\ H'w "* *
The now ,rs Ere f 4f& i'.'nabr'sl| (:1' > INCORPORATEDPost
Temperature Sign breath :* ant ''
rtMflWWmums. a.
rill as, c1 rf **%haata daisies, Offict Boi 1 188 Naples Florida .. Tiliphont', Mfdway'' 251aHT '
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lOB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 1, 1964 day with a party at the park taken In the mountains of Peruat STUDENT VOTINGON t
> Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Betty ImmokaleeHlghSchoolTues- MACHINES
t House assisted Mrs. Garrett day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. LOUISVILLE (AP) Students
I with the serving of birthday )Bendlgo are with Wycliff Bible at the University of Louisville
; k'N cake and drinks. Those attends translators. and 19 high schools in the area
will hive
no excuse if they fail
> Ing were Jack Johnson Al Mr. and Mrs.RoscoPrescott to learn about voting machines,
BY MRS W. M. GARRETT Curry Rolland Weeks Rob were called to Avon Park Sat- The mschmes. trsde-ins on newonce
Massey Douglas Johnson Pat urday to be with his father who
the
ettraas.r:.-: JIIIo.u.--.J1; .JtUO---ot! __ county purchased, were
ly conference set tor March Howell Kim Popejoy Kenny Is very 111. given to the schools to instruct
A drive for funds for the 22. The district Stewards meetIng House, David Garrett. Karen Mary Ellen Miller who Is students in the mechanics of

Muscular Dystrophy Association plus a call meeting for the House, Tommy McGlll Buck attending the University of voting, for classroom studies and
of America of which Garrett and Mrs. Walter Gar- Florida In Gainesville spent student election
of
Methodist Ministers Sarasota -
Tom Brown of Naples Is coun- the weekend with her parents
Is
district. set for March
ty chairman and Mamie Tooke 6. rett.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Purvis Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller. Daniel on Immokalee Drive

treasurer will be held In 1m- Mrs. Miller visited In and children went to Venus Mon- Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Hancock Thursday.
mokalee Wednesday and Thurs Miami several Roy days last week day to attend the funeral Mrs. boarded a plane at Miami ear- Bessie Taylor was In chargeof

day.Mrs. with her aunt, Mrs. William Purvis's aunt, Mrs. Viola ly Tuesday morning to go to the program "I Must Be
Ada Washington whoseson Alexander who has been ill, Browning who was burned to Buena Vista, Calif., where his Informed' The group discus-
Mike Is a victim of the and with her cousin, Mrs. death due to faulty electrical sister! Sue Owens, passed a- sed the Importance of regis-
disease. Is asking for volunteers Escher. wiring Mrs. Vera McClelland way. Mrs. Owens was a visitor tering and voting and knowingthe
Philip
for Ap Walter Garrett was rush and Mrs. Dorothy Crawford also In this community in the candidates for whom you
proximately 20 marchers will ed attended the funeral. winter of 1959 and 1960 and vote.The rr
to Naples hospital Thursdaywith
be needed for Immokalee.Containers back The Church of God Is hay made many friends here. She group voted to send a
a He
have been placed In varIous home Injury.Saturday after-returned ing a chicken supper Saturday was a member of the Order dress to a girl at the Baptist .-4... ,. .... '
business houses here. AU and Is much night. Phone 4-3371 for de- of the Eastern Star and an official Children's Home In Lakeland ..
not
noon Improved.
money collected will be turned The Rev. Eugene Thomas livery. In the American Legion as an Easter gift. Assorted -.., .::
over to Frank Williams chair- There was a film shown at Auxiliary In California. Besides coupons were brought by memr ,
visited Mr. Garrett while he
man of the Immokalee area to was In the hospital. the Methodist Church Sundayon O.W.Hancock,she Is sur- bers to be sent to the home. ..... ...;."
be placed In the bank here. John Wesley. It documented vived by another brother, Refreshments followed the .. '
The official board of the First BIRTHDAY PARTY the genesis of Methodism.Mr. Henry, of Dublin Ga. meeting. Others attending were ."" ;;. ,
Methodist Church met Monday Mrs. Buck Garrett honoredher and Mrs. C.W. Bendigo Tentative plans are being Louise BrownGladys and PatsyF -; I "f"'"

night at the church. Quarter son Mike on his 12th birth- of Fort Myers showed slides made by the American Legion ritcheyGertrude Daniel,Nina GOOD CROWD WATCHED Wednes- while Brewer plots strategy. It was
Auxiliary Unit 146 for a barbe- Renfroe, Henri Roberts, Wilma

t... '.' rrm: : J1! j : : ))11 :mtM UmUIUb:: :: : : :::: ::: }:: : ....;::;.:::::::.)} D1_: ;:;:, /: cue Immokalee dinner County to be Park held Sunday at the, Bethea At the and recent Sarah Santa Lee Roberts.gertru- Iday's between shuffleboard veterans Arthur challenge Brackett match and Spingler first time or on Turner the, courts which was for either some

March, 15th. des auction held In Ocala,James Frank Brewer, and City officials David consolation in the face of the 151 to
; J\tc J\ickol\ :4rt In connection with the dinner Rlngo local realtor and cattleman
i gallery Spingler and Archie Turner. Eyes are -5 score. (NEWS photo)
< < : a free style show by Im- purchased two heifers.
mokalee merchants Is In the One heifer was a 2 year old on Spingler as he gets away a shot

.< HA.L.'I1" .AULaer ': making. Among those contac- from a $11,000 cow, which had

PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS I ted and voicing approval are been bred by a $59,000 bull wrote, "is the simple faith you
:.. .. Connie's Dress Shop, C & C owned by the Wlnthrope Rockefeller 100 Years AgoGrant have always manifested This

Original paintings by recognized artist. Mercantile Family ShoeStore, Farms. faith gave you victory at Shiloh
Doub's Store and Immokalee This heifer gave birth to a and Vicksburg. ? When you have
Fashions.Mr. bull calf a week ago that Is Is PromotedTo completed your last pre.
;" : and Mrs. Sid Brown of the pride of the Ringo cattle parations, you go into battle
Immokalee and children Jonl The second heifer bought by without hesitation, as to Chat.
1 Joe and Jenl dined with his Ringo was one from the Pal- tanogga; no doubts, no reserves;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney mer Ranch of Sarasota, for Highest Command and I tell you it was this that
act with confidence. I
made us
H. Brown Saturday night. which he paid $810. This hei-
/ knew, wherever I was, that you
Frames Individually Designed The Woman's fer also brought forth a bull -
MlsslonarySo- thought of me, and If I got Ina
clety of the First Baptist! Churchmet calf that Is progressing nice- BY LON K. SAVAGE against a dwindling Confederate
Reach tight place, you would come,
; Shopping Area President Lincoln had force. There was only one way
the home ly.MOST never "
at of
Lucille Mc- If allv .
such warfare could end.
.; < :( met Ulysses S. Grant and few in
u Congress had ever seen him. ,
Despite that fact, 100 years ago GRANT'S WAR
this week, Lincoln named Grantto The new phase had been expressed Current
the highest office In the United best by Grant, himself,
States army, and the Senate confirmed earlier In the war when asked Best SellersCompiled
in a the nomination within 24 by his staff physician, Dr. JohnH. ( bv PublUhert Weekly)
FTHE hours. Brinton, about his philosophy FICTION
And at long last, the Union of waging war Waging war,Grant THE CROUP, McCarthyTHE
1A army had its general. the man had replied, was really quite VENETIAN AFFAIR,
: who would lead the Federals intoa simple; you just "find out where Mac Inn*I
Is, get at him as
enemy
final, relentless assault on your THE SPY WHO CAME IN
that formidable Southern soon as you can and strike him
oppo. FROM THE COLD, Lt Carre
nent who had proved the undoingof as hard as you can, and keep
THE HAT ON THE BED,
MICHIGAN HOME all Grant's predecessors moving on. O'Horo
Gen Robert E. Lee. That was the philosophy of war THE SHOES OF THE
Grant was bringing to Washingtonas
t Congress In late February had FISHERMAN, Wut
his train moved toward the
had to pass a special act to revive
the rank of Lieutenant General Northeast. It was this type of NONFICTIONPROFILES
for Grant, but it did so war that had won the Mississippiand IN COURAGE,
quickly, and Lincoln immediately at Chattanooga. Amazingly Kennedy
signed the act Into law.On M arch enough, It was a type of war MANDATE FOR CHANCE,
b that had never been tried In
1, Lincoln sent Grant's name to Elienhower
the Senate for appointment to the the East. RASCAL, North
created and the Senate Something of Grant's ability
job so JFK THE MAN AND
confirmed It the next day.There in war was expressed a few THE MYTH, Leaky
by, Grant became the third days later by Sherman In his THE AMERICAN WAY OF
reply to Grant's March 4 letter.Grant's .
American to hold that rank, DEATH, Mitford
following George Washington and great asset, Sherman
Wlnfleld Scott. And he became the
b M. r fourth man to lead the Federal
armies In the Civil War after
Scott, George B. McCellan and
I'I Henry W. Halleck had all fall The Agency With Personal Service -
ed to destroy the ConfederatesIn

Virginia. I IA

GRANT GETS ORDER
The BRIGHTON Grant received orders In Nash dependable fency, reepont-
vUle on March 3 to report to ibis for protecting you, your
Washington, and he Immediately family, horn. end bu.lnnasgsinst
realized what about to Ttry inwrtbt threetof
was hap.
THE MOSTVARIETY lea through plinned pre-
pen Before departing, he got cram of protection guerenteed
off a quick letter March 4 to by companies of unquestioned
Gen. William Tecumseh Sher. financial ttrenjth.
man, praising Sherman and Gen.
James B. McPherson for their
help In his ascent. The help
these two men had given him,
Grant wrote Sherman, "entitlesyou
to the reward I am recelv. INSURANCE lella.1Ie.Grc .
:OF STY"LESAND Ing."
_
And as the humble little man
boarded a train for WashingtonThe 652 5th Avenue Seyt.
Civil War went into its Phella 2-514
final phase, a phase of simple Naples' Fleet/.

SIZESh and brute force applied constantly
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In Michigan's lineup of six 1964 models you can choose _. -
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t from 16 different elevations and eight different floor -- -'BEDROOM

;* plans. And, this is not counting previous popular MichiX I no.uo FAMILY SCREENED PORCH $o .111 I'' The Keystone BuildingFifth

gan plans and customizing service In The Panoramic, "ROOM n. .110 10. .' I If

\ f for instance, you have a choice of six different combinations I -j' 1 ( .11'I

of floor plan and exterior elevation. Yet, the i 1-1 14
DINING ATH-f Avenue, South N. E. Corner Of Third Street
value and quality of your Michigan Home remain uni .10., 4tl I.

formly tops. Let us show you the many reasons why KITCHEN Desirable Space Available In This New, Modern Busi-

you get the most in a Michigan Home. N FBEDROOM, --I
Building With A Prestige Address
HYING AREA ness

3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS :::: soars. Two units of 895 square feet each. Ideal for drug store. Monthly rentalof

.... $186.50 per unit.
Double Garage & Screened Porch 2-AI 7.--
h' CL.J' i'J
', 100 ..ao. One unit containing 670 square feet. Perfect for exclusive small shop.
2763 Total Sq. Ft.
Monthly rental $140.Central .

$19,500 IJ.--
',' ,.. FLOOR PLAN heating and air conditioning equipment, vinyl

On Your Lot floors and Lumi-Custic ceilings are included In the rentalof

the above. .


Homes built on your Also available is an exclusive office in a suite. $50 per month includes
YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT MODELS IN
lot from $12,995 heat, air conditioning, water and answering Service.

All other space in the Keystone Building Is rented.


$ l Among its special features are 74 private parking spaces for tenants and
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Oolf.ng Rucconetr IMooring. customers.
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Mocxgs OfRa e t Vou'll appreciate the quality : r {. 4d41eee4 eeattM4

; of three iurnUncJ models
s our i' "
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I Lid is off on Paris StylesBy I "

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Jt BETTER BUYS
JEAN SPRAIN WILSON c cutk
AP Fashion Writer : ;. 1V "
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this moment on- ,f afe from "

.From_."authentlc' ," .'"nearly au "'. itw.l \ ( ( .tP':.L1t '"
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lentlc'parls,-InfluenceAmericanogles "remarkably similar, ..' \\ I(- ', ) c', v..ln'Hh I' :. .

of French designs will ,,.lro.i Jli: \ !I' _..Try) : I
I'
op up tn department stores and n.'v" h__
men's club style shows around Just Reduced to S28 000 ,

,,' .
country. .
MI/ ; !
..fashion magazinesill be
ushtng special.Paris edit is to
ewsstan'd* everywhere.

...niubandd, leery of what ap-
,roval will do to their bank

alances, will study their wlvp,!' .Ti s A ti r I .. \. '. 'i :t
t a C. ,' ."1 ;11l l 'svy" ,"'{.1tu
with real v
anxiety
cantons -lit,: f ;, :O ,'t1.'1..' 't'" "' \I
.. .psychologists will begin 4 : ire !;: 'fir t 111'',:P ." 11", !11fi-; : J1 ,,
heir semi-annual ana'ysls'! uf fe,1T tit. ,.' ,
hat French designers did to a hldt'! .\ '

.omen's' clothes this year and ,P'" .' ,';!ii );' lLlt ,
,x r
vtn ...4.\' II !- I'' '1, {' ," 1ft.

l ._historians will take note of y1, '1' .
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he modes for Spring, of 1904 )so ,:;;:, ,:, l' a r

hit\ Informed.the future: may be accurate. :f. .,


From this moment on Paris I. .. ....
'outure ideas becoMe'public

property, having been protected
somewhat by gentleman's agreement .

among editors delaying d 4
_ photo publication for nearly a _
-Y" s .
month. t
1
1'10',111/ lll-b Lwnt t1.." r,. 1"rJlt' iko gurrf A.N.rh. .1i.. .. _
b1'm in dtmcfn"m "n III, '"ul'// holler uf (At:* uktli' xidn ,.
WHY THE WAIT? goon (1 lift) I by P,rrre Dalmam II right. PH'rn t.unlin mnJi I
. Today I It the photo release '/11'"I' in a nurniK miJntghi' />/,,.. ,)!top. u-i>h .'//111, "tLiininl .,
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"' ,Iff/ ", /. '. .

:, ever the designated time for I l.
II
America's view of what all the II I
t talk has been about. I

This deferment Will enough I This tropical beauty hat three bedrooms, two Of' frame construction, less than two years old,

it least to ship the originals at r I I tiled baths and wall to wall carpeting in all rooms it has awning windows, speaker' system.radio or

1800! and up into the hands of I Hi-Fi and canvas awnings
couture house clientele before I The kitchen hat gas refrigerator, built-in gas

t\Vic llne-for-llne copies ran bemie stove, kitchen bar with 8 stools, and dishwasher', One additional bedroom and bath, separated

'< a part of he working girls' from (the house by the carport makes! it ideal for
On. pine dotted. I lot 80' x 137W, there it asprinkler -
wardrobes ... guest or income rental
There was never a dearth of a t system I '. : ;
J M I / : ', Call now for appointment, to see this one, \
or 1 a delay of word pictures\ 3 .t a 'l'N
These flashed around the globe ;. : ;, J :
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minutes after reporters breathlesely : ., ,.. ..... .,, 1(l r. JtJ!U IIIII flL '. --" ._MII" '" V

battled their way out of ,,IIII d Ty
'immfd showrooms at the end

of the evening collections to y LOT SALE -

make It to the nearest phone > I i Excellent Opportunity ( ,l

el'1
Will Self All As Group For Buil
THE!: STORY Complete Close-Out
Fvrrythlng U soft and feminine .
Or Individually
by day, softer and sexier by EXCELLENT TERMS
nightfall. The color formula Is t 43 LOTS

pastel or the spring traditional, ,-'
\1 -If'IIIH4
navand white, Huge floral El In Decker Highland on Solana Road '. Su .h,
+
prints currently a vogue In this /1 i TOll lit / ,'fl. /L/u/ A .Inp./ ,11 I'1,1'ml fcyuffl t.
country are "out" Tiny patterns P'rr ttalmiin, ft, n. In M"/, I Ai.u.; ,ulh, d I n? lltn; 4liJ .
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titur. pi/ ,,, //t ,. ,. ) O)
are "In" and stripes are "In IKi ini" ? llupr' H" h" "t.,01 /"" /H '''', .
rAJV'PleaU irH ,.. /li. ., "\ .ar- ., ...
tabs"b'' : 81 'lfi. ij.fc| ni.fintfih" t/rndlrr4/ Mel;/ / II" J.sn
!! P'h; '."1" .-jj ..
unhappy news for low. .
price copyists because they .require PRICE DRASTICAI .Y ,REDUCED' $ : :. ',.
a 4r. t'f .,..
KO much fabric-flutter In I "

all varieties, providing plenty of .1\ ; '
leg room for the Increasinglyactive ;; ; 4

woman.

In even deeper is the daring I
decolletege with which Marc II II I : :
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J 1 rS ... .
Bohan shocked the world last I I r I If + l

season. The real news which rI I

will never get its proper expo- I
lure in photographs because of I 'S rs \ ICOOP

editorial modesty Is that net'k. : t tL I S.S1 -

lines of clothes I
daytime are as
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low as on evening wear Suit 1 if, I 1 -
jackets barely button In time "
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Back In are belts, hats, and .
strapless c'ownl. The booty boy J .a talhc.lI.nt

look of a season ago I I. suddenly "
tone Skirt hems are status quo. .t I ,' 1 Loc.tion.fI'
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parted and brus'hed. coquetlhly I ..,J

the over heels.one eye. Shoes are bare at A


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hv day, from now on and until cut "I, ,Ire h\ AlJ"h'I'/, of hHi-lmn' //I.r,. sr.,i" r. I ,,ijnm I
there is still another Paris pic ; "."/ ,, 'lit, '1,11a/ A, / ,,/"11/ a nh .1,,,, I Iull.n' rlgAi. ."i'I/I
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Recreation TUESDAY 7(30 p.m. Adult tennis rlaas.Cambier .
9:30 a.m. Senior Citizens Park (will meet Tues. j
chorus practice Woman's Club. day as usual next week) Yet, the price hat been greatly reduced on this electric kitchen, Also a large Florida room en-

Calendar \ 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizen THURSDAY I lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home located at 596 hancet the livability; Much can be said but to
bowling! Brookslde Bowl. Jr\termedlatetennl. I
4:00 p.m. Advanced tennis class 4:00.p.m.Cambier Park.FRIDAY. I Fifth Ave, No Extremely well!) 'furnished this boLe tee will give you the right idea. of, its true. VlI ',' j ,,

ItOO MpNDAY. Senior Citizens I rtaas CambUr Park. I hat 1800 square 'feet of l riving' area with ,GE
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2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens 1:00 p.m. Senior Cltl/ens
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4:00 p.m. Beglneer tennis bowling : -,. .'",' I'
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I 12B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 1, 1961 ry speculating on yesterday's Newsmen were told the Presl. of at Miami International Air. Florida. This Included the chief,
Feared Ramming Of LBJ Jet (Thursday's) events. Security dent's plane Wit being; over port where many reporters James J. Rowley, and the headof
measures taken yesterday were hauled. photographers and others wait the White House detail, Cer.
taken for good and sufficient 2.All numerical markings: ed. aid Behn.
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reasons. It would not be In the were rt "ov.* firm UM "Une 6. On four helicopter (nights
By Cuban Suicide Pilot national Interest to discuss them used by Johnson,' as well a 1 i I during the trip, Johnson rode In Arguments In
rJ any further at this time." from two Idintlci iliu that. craft which carried no markingsthat
OJ, Earlier Friday, Salinger had accompanied him. would identify them as Hoffa Case Will
WASHINGTON (AP) A Up cern about the safety of the acknowledged that protective 3. Whereas two transportsnormally i, presidential craft. The Presl.
that a Cuban suicide pilot might President while In the air measures "In addition to those are used on presidential dent's seal was removed from Start Monday
try to ram President Johnson'sjet The Herald, In a story by One normally taken" had been 1m. nights-one as a back, the nose of each helicopter, as CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP)
transport reportedly was the Miller, laid the Secret; ervlce posed "for security reasons." up craft available In an emer. were red numerals that normal. -Final arguments in the trial
reason for the wartime type had received a tip, apparently Johnson flew to Florida Thurs. gencythree were flown to, ly are marked on the side of of James R. Hoffa on chargesof
security surrounding the chief about a week ago, that a sul. day afternoon and, after stops Florida. The aim could have i each cabin. jury tampering: will begin ,
1a1/Ma/ executive's Florida trip this clde pilot might try to ram John. at Jacksonville Palatka, Palm been to reduce the odds tha it 7. An unusual number of fight. Monday morning, with Indications .
week. son's plane or that a Cuba Beach and Miami Beach, returned any pilot on a suicide mission i er planes crisscrossed southern the jury may start dellb.
Neither the White House nor I based missile might be aimedat to Washington Friday would find his target. Florida and surrounding At. eratlons by Tuesday night.
the Secret Service would com :i the big Jet.According morning. 4. No advance announcement: lantlc and Caribbean waters "We suggest the court deter. ,
ment on the report, published to the newspaper, Among the security measure i I was made of the arrival time, during the trip. mine what its instructions are
Friday night by The Miami I the Secret Service considered that seemed to lend credence to i for any of Johnson's stops, not r 8. Even when Johnson was on going to be without any arguments
IYh Herald. Johnson was almost I these possibilities highly unlike. the reported concern about a for his departures. Sometime!i the ground in Miami Beach, rid. from us," said chlefpros.
certain to be asked about the 1 ly. However, It was said that of. possible aerial assassination at. even his destination was kept: Ing In a closed limousine, an ecutor James Neal of Washing
matter at his news conference 1 Nclals decided to take no tempt were: secret until he was aloft. Army helicopter with armed ton at the close of court Friday.!
Saturday. ihances. 1, Johnson did not flv to Flor. 3. Johnson's jet dropped him i security agents hovered barely "There Is no possibility of us
Without question, the se 'urlty Pierre Salinger, White House Ida on his own ea 11"' MentlflM at West Palm Beach, 67 miles i TI feet away.Virtually ever getting together."
measures Imposed during John. i press secretary, had this to say Boeing 707 Jet. Instead he board. north of Miami Beach He com.I the entire top e<:'e. Wilson then announced that he
son's 16-hour Florida: visit sug. ibout the report/ : "I do not In. ed one of a fleet of executive pleted the trip bj helicopter,, Ion of the Secret Service ae.I would expect the attorneys to
Bested there was rffl lal c in. t end t.. comment on any sto. jets operated by the Air Forci, landing on a golf course Insteac companied the President to begin arguing their cases Mon..

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PUPPIES ON THE KEYS The one finger "hunt endpeck" ,

typing system has been replaced at the Humane t 2 5.v } t v ;
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Society by "all four paws at oncel" Busy tugging

at the ribbon and chewing on the Society's typewriterare

these three inquisitive and playful pups, while

mother terrier patiently awaits the arrival) of the rR> 4 'SYf "\

office volunteer The typewriter has been very busy ..t & :'

during the Society's present membership and building

fund drive, and the group hopes to keep it busy nevfr* v : v v

with many 'more "thank yous" to"many more con .

tributors (after the keys are unclumped and the rib 4 ;s i

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County Agenda relocation of road on Marco

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11:15 a.m. Establish secondary -
meeting of the County Commission
will be u follows road priorities 1964- u
9:00 a.m. Reading of board 65 State Road Dept. Budget. t
minutes. 12 noon .. Recess for lunch. n
1:30 .. Petition for Vacation
9:15 a.m. Report of county p.m.
engineer. of Marco Island Corp. 1

10:00 a.m. .- Report of county plat. Rd
health and welfare. 2:00 p.m..General business kf
\ 10:30 tjm. .. Final decision and correspondence.
Final -- Approve and pay
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Others are taking up where he left off transforming his blueprints into the roads, waterways,

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