The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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. 40th YEAR-NUMBER 154 8 PAGES 10 CENTS TUESDAY, MARCH 319j4aw2ggs _
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SAIGON; Viet Nam (AP-A(

Vietnamese American security 1r
team cracked a Communist r .' '
plot Sunday night a few hours d Ar-4.1 I Wg -

before an ll.pound bomb waste ':fyAr' Gets Push AheadThe

military be exploded advisory Inside assistance the UJS !

compound In Saigon, reliable
sources reported today.
A Viet Cong reportedlywas Collier Corporation looks It appeared the consensus that posed i 1"1 i 011111I1'1 I I II 1 I I ,
favorably upon site and building the Mate Highway Depart The biUno' I'uq'rt"ll" III Pzoned
caught with the bomb and
t confessed that he had plannedto plans for a Welcome Station anda ment will maintain the patrol residential, 11.1. ,1 U.::.

smuggle It Into the Amerl.can Highway Patrol Station at Car. station. NA/AC cPl11l11t'lu.lI'cl t t at all

compound and set It off just nestown, and has offered to lease GOLDEN GATE holdings of Golden c"i.dl'1.ltrs"

t when crowds of Americans and suitable land to the county on a The County Commission In ses be removed f r> m 11+'arut ,I 'u
Vietnamese report for work. 20.)ear term at $1 per year. culture /onlng. NX/At i ," "lit. -- -
slon this morning turned thumbs
County Engineer Harmon Tur. mended that toning R-l 0111,1 I l U-- W. D. REYNOLDS

ATHENE, Greece (AP) ner made this report to tim down zoning on proposed extensive by Golden commercial Gate propose! ln GGE IH a '|' ,'d.Ccmmlsiiloners .
Votes from County Commission In tills morn. appeared 1 tagree
military men and Estates. The Commission acted
ing's session.A with these 'lommenda.tlons Reynolds
civil servants cost Premier 4 1 1r n
welcome station similar to upon recommendations of the Na. .
George Fapandreou's Center '
pies Area Zoning Advisor
others located In the state will
Union party three seats in the Board. Maps displayed| hy l Turner re.
the site.
be constructed on
Greek Parliament today. By the use of maps and explanation vealed! fiat GCE had irttoseil Wins 2-Year
Her Corporation representatives
Papandreou retained 71 of the but County Engineer liar commercial zoning>> all land al-
suggested plan
approved a
300 seats In Parliament, giving moil Turner Informed the com. Jacent along main highways run.
JUNIOR DEPUTIES trooped onto the Doug Hendry, behind Turner, looks needed assurance the buildingwill
him a commanding majority of about north and south slid east
mlssloners that 10,000 nlng bath
42 votes. municipal fishing pier Saturday afternoon on. Fishing tournament is one part be maintained in the future tf NA/AC: felt
the Everglades acres of t total 33,000 acre) and west. This was
The election was held Feb. 16, to try their luck Mayor Archie of special program each year for the Turner Chamber reported of Commercehad considered In a zoning plan by excessive. AppointmentThe

but armed ballots forces from and members civil servantsare of the Turner gives best wishes to one of 820 junior deputies volunteered to assist with Golden Gate Estates was pro. Commissioners appeared In CuiiitN Schoul Board in

counted late. the contestants, while Sheriff E. A. the maintenance problem. agreement and leaned toward the sn ual so-.sun yesterday approval
View that the extensive r. nm"r
Park a tweai\ appointment
New Area
LONDON AP -Red Chinese clal /onlng was for the |,urose' Ids
( > t For W. D. Re>m as county
Premier Chou En.lal accusedthe Board of commanding higher prices for au| rlntendiMit of schools at an
West Monday night of try. Appeals Gets Nod From such land. annual solar of $13,500.:; Mo.

ing to widen the rift between James Dell, freshman mombotof tlon! for appointment was made
Moscow and Peking. He warned Airs Views On NAZAC, defined "btrlp ton. by Doard member E. George
"imperialists" not to rejoicetoo a3 City Parks BodyThe ing" as proposed by GGt, as Im. Rogers, and the second was b)'

soon. "' .I.Jt.l. e practical, and loon tanning for Sara Jones, member from 1m.
"Whatever happens, the fraternal Key Subjects Parks Board yesterday the future. lie said such exces. mi>alee.
t Chinese and Soviet peo. l afternoon recommended that City slve commercial toning, equal to The motion stipulated Reynoldswill

pIe will stand together in any The Zoning Board of Appeals, > Council dedicate for park use one block out of every five, serve nut his elected term
storm that breaks out in the meeting Monday,shied away from only, a two .square-block area could not be supported| by tent and the appointment will be effective .
i world arena," Chou said In a establishing the precedent of ., ; In the vicinity of Water Plant dents of the area. early In January 1965 at

television interview filmed in creating a nonconforming lot. p.:..;.. ,,_. No. 2. Following considerable discus. which time his elective term
Peking. Members incorporated into will ('11(11 reo
It recommended City Council lion, commissioners ordered
this recommendation a sue There was some. discussion regarding
ACCRA, Ghana CAP-A for. denial of the request by E.E. gestlon that the city-owned fact. further study of the proposed con. the length of the two.
mer police constable accused of Bailey for a rear.yard variance lity be named Flelschmann Park, ing in a Joint effort with Goldun year t term. bUunl Board Attor.
trying to kill President Kwame of 612 square feet at the cornerof honoring Julius Flelschmann, Gate Estates, but voted against hey Den parks advised there
reportedly claimedhe 11th Avenue South and Sixth accepting the toning plan pre. has IK
Nkrumah civic benefactor.The en no court ruling on
was offered $5,600 and free Street. Bailey said he wantedto board also recommendod sented at this mornlne'ssesslon. such a term, nor is there any

schooling in the United Statesto subdivide a present large cor the names of three streets be statute dictating that a two year
ner lot Into two smaller lots,and term Is .
do the job. changed as followsl17th Illegal.Reynolds
Seth Nicholas Kwame Amet. build a house on one of them. Y Avenue North, from the 99 Land Owners accrued the appoint.
wee, 23, is accused of firing Board members saldtheywere ,;r-. Tamlami Trail to Caribbean Gar Along Toll Road inept and received the congratulations .
five shots at Nkrumah Jan. 2. sympathetic with Bailey's problem dens, to Orchid Drive.The avenue of the board.

In a statement read during a since subdivision of sur YAK .r' 0 is an extension of Orchid Drive tAsrtv d For Rights At.
; "
preliminary hearing Mondayand rounding lots made Bailey's which winds through Coquina I
attributed to-AmCtwee, II.1 perty extremely shallow fj. a !Sands subdivision / Deeds to procure rlglits.of. 10 CandidatesFile
accused Deputy Police Com mis. comer lot. The board suggested Second Street, from Centralto way for Everglades Expressway

stoner Samuel Danso Amaning that the City look Into the possibility 12th Avenue South, to Gordon have gone out to 99 Und owners,
of enlisting him in the assassl. of vacating a20foot alley Drive. Second Street merges County Engineer Harmon Turner For OfficeIn

nation plot.Amaning. running along Bailey's rear yard Into Cordon Drive at the old advised commissioners at

also is under ar. line, with the City to retain Naples Hotel, and basically it this morning's session.. Early RushTen

rest. easement rights.In is one street with two names. Two deeds have been already
Broad Avenue South along its
this Bailey could pickup Gull} signal! one by Barren Colller.Jr. candidates for various
SEOUL, Korea (AP) The way, entire length, to to Bay.
United States is going to pro. 960 more square feet which There are plans for making the deeding about IOn acresand county offices filed In the office -
vide South Korea 425,000 tons of would allow him to follow through wide avenue, much of it unbuilt, another by G. Howltt Williams, of County Clerk MargaretScott
deeding about 6.2
and wheat this with his plans. boulevard wills benthos acres.
surplus barley a park within the first 15 min-

year, the U.S. Embassy said standing slduwalks) and bicycle paths. "It takes cooperation from utes after qualifying opened at
OF MANY THINGS BOYS DON'T SEEM to be followingany Saturday Kneeling, sitting, ,
and small
today. both large : landownersto t '
An embassy spokesman said Then board members had an particular pattern of posture as or stretched out, all ofthese junior dep- TREE: PLANTING get the right-of-way, Tur. noon today. Watkins for-
worth $29.8 million, informal discussion on many topics. be themselves In other business, the Parks said salt Henry D. Jr.,
lie rlghtf.of.way
the grain, they wet their lines out on the pier uties seem to enjoying ner Commission chairman -
would be shipped by June. One of them said it seems Board suggested that further deeds had been promised by Lee mer County
that nearly all the recent planting of the common Australian Cypress and the Gulf American food for the county school

UNITED NATIONS N.Y requests for coning changes In pine,cuuarlna iulsetlfolia, Land Corp. board In District 4. Ewell
was expected tc the City are not based on need, Busy Session TomorrowFreeholder be outlawed. Objectionable features Moore and Incumbent Pete
(AP-CYPrus financial gain. its ten. "So far," Turner said, "no
give its approval today to a newsmalUnatlon but on personal of this variety are to Doub both of Immokalee qualified
land had refused grant
authoriZe doncy to bo uprooted in high for the District 5 com
proposal Members restated their position -
land for the right-of-way. No one
ing U.N. Secretary.General t on signs, namely that "we winds, rapid and heavy resoed missioner's seat.
asked for
Status For has pay
Thant to send an international have no business with signs." Mayor !Log, and harboring of mosqul William llenning filed for the
voted to send
peace force to the Medlterrane.' It was suggested that signs may District Commission post now
Mrs. Richard Brashear, board each land owner who deeds pro.
an island. not be able to fall under anyof held
anda chairman, suggested that owners perty for the rlght.of.way a"tllre by Republican Wesley
the appointive City boards, of present Australians be tlflrate of apireclatlon" sign Downing Walter Condon filed

Andean SANTIAGO volcano, Chile was(AP reported) An consider"sign board"appeals be for appointed outsized to Council Candidates On AgendaCity required to keep the trees from to ed by all county commissioners for the office of prosecuting

growing higher than 30 feet, now -
a position occupied
"It's attorney
today to have erupted and trig. signs. only a small gestureof
lessen of uprooting.
the danger
sail! Commis. by Walter G. Sorokoty.
gored avalanches that destroyedthe ( aipreclatlon,
little town of Conaripe and The board Informally recom. Council at tomorrow bill passed by the Legislature. needed to Implement the char- A losaly; related tree,Cunning lion Chairman hewer Polly,"but re-election were

threatened a 60 mile area of mended switched that to the ZBA mornings meetings of the be morning's meeting will take up The Legislature does not meet ter amendment.At hamla, which: does not reseed it- some day the certificates will be. Tax Collector A.P. Ayers Tax

southern Chile containing 20,000 first Tuesday, and If necessarythe Councilman Goodloe McDow- until next year. Depending on tomorrow's meeting (Continued on page 2) come a collector's Item!' Assessor Sam Coiling, County

persons. third Tuesday, of the month. ell's proposal that only free- the whim of the lawmakers, a Council also will consider three Judge Richard M.StanleySher

Press reports from the stricken Such a change will require an holders be eligible for the officeof referendum may or may not be items proposed by Councilman iff C.A. Doug Ilendry. and Mrs.
area said at least 23 persons Carl Hoffmann regarding sea
ordinance and public hearing. mayor or councilman cott.
had been killed after the fiery wallsj procedure for getting
eruption of ,32Woot VUlarrlca McDowell made his proposal Marine 19 AWOL
CALL IT "ABUSE" seawall and groin permits before I
volcano early Monday. the recent shortly after the municipal election be takento
Members deplored Councils, steps to OdhamTo
conversion of storage space overa February 4, after notIng Admits Killing get sand In front of the Ro- Bradley

garage Into "servant's quarters" that some of the candidateswere and
Parents Sister yal Palm Club keep It
Kirk AnnouncesFor by a local citizen. "A not property owners. It there, and time schedule for Run Against

flagrant abuse" of singlefamilyrelsdentlal didn't seem entirely correctto BOYNTON BEACH (AP) A The Moorings pumping In the 'mow.
U.S. Senate toning, one member McDowell that people whodon't 19.year.old AWOL Marine sat sand this Iate'
coordinating pro- Senator Holland
four familieslive
said. Reportedly
pay property taxes could crying in his Jail cell today aft. with wishes of
ject nearby own-
-. .,... on one residential property be elected to Council and decide er admitting the ax-kllllng of his '
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two families in the main house, father mother and sister in De. ers along the beach. TALLAHASSEE CAP) -ben.
shouldbe ,
: one family In a guest houses how the tax money catur, Dl.Mlchael. Council will decide whetherto pesbard: Holland, D-Fla. drew \I

and another In the servant's quar spent. Lee Gambrlll, object stock up with cast. Iron or ., a Dom jcratli primary opponent

ters."ft. City Attorney David Splngler of a nationwide alarm broad. cement asbestos water pipe + "f't" I tda( } when Orlando builder
: rfk xllc. OJham twice candidate
will be well for the build said he has received a reply cast after the mutilated bodies bids for which were taken at a DI i ,
Jumped Into thei
II.r "v"rour
ing department to keep an eye from Attorney General James were discovered yesterday, was the last meeting. Other Items : 't < ,

on the situation, so the servant's Kynes on McDowell's proposal. picked up last night as he hitchhiked Include two appointments to the a4 I Odham I. paid the fees only an

quarters are used for that pur. In Kynes' opinion Council is along U.S. 1 near this Zoning Doard of Appeals expiration fl. ur Del ire the final deadliner

pose said only," Henry B. Watkins within Its legal right to require South Sgt.Florida William town.R. Hamilton of of permits for a temporary r qualifying for this year's
Jr. building and a temporary said he would his
elected City officials to Boynton Beach Police said Gam. Ho pitch
City Attorney David Splngler be freeholders. brill offered no resistance, although sign water connection fee aripaign on the argument that
traced the present difficulties he was armed with a .22 for Sea Gate School, receiving. II (it.ii d lad a voting record that
back to the City's winking at the Qualifications for mayor and caliber pistol and a knife. bids for a lot clearing project, c, e >:1nlllly< resembled that of
1 requirement that guest houses councilmen are set forth In Hamilton said the youth vol. and discussion of fire( districts. a Republic/: than a Democrat.
not be rented. The law Is on the City Charter and incor- unteered that he had done "a "I'm going to run as Dem.
the books, but the City has not porating McDowell's proposal terrible thing." c at, said Odham, a bluff, out.

enforced it.Renting would require Charter amend- "I asked him what it was," Order Silence p.ken businessman who head.d .

of guesthouses "des. merit made by means of a local said Hamilton, "and he told me For CandidatesIn time: State Milk Commissionr
several under former
troys the concept of .tngle family he had killed Ms father, moth years
i-iJ and sister" Political Race Govornor LeRoy Collins.
: residential zoo' Splngler er
said. The Zo it'','; _.:J Planning Silvertooth "Why did you do It," Hamil. Cdf) am unsuccessfully cam
Board has re vtr.mended that no Lynn tom said he asked Gambrlll. ATLANTA (AP)-The 29 can. p lined against Gov. Farris
didates in the Catoosa County It DI i ant four years s,o.
new guest houses be built In Named New Judge "I don't know reriled.
CLAUDE R. KIRK the City, and the appeals board Democratic primary election : Cdham was runnerup to the
Claude R. Kirk Jr.,3S.year.old thought It would be a good Idea For This District Hamilton said 0 a m brill March 10 have been ordered by lat. Governor Dan McCarty Inthe
Jacksonville attorney and insurance to limit the number of accessory seemed "shaken up." (tIe county Democratic committee 19r2 campaign for governor

executive,has announced buildings on a lot to one, unless TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Lynn Hamilton said Gambrlll told to make no speeches. WINNER OF FIRST PRIZE at the Naples Art Associa. and finished third behind Col.Unl .
as a candidate for the U.s.Senate Council authorizes otherwise. N. Silvertooth, 40, a Sarasota him he had been absent without The order left most of the and former governor Char
on the Republican ticket. He awyer, was named to a new clr official leave from his V. S. residents in the northwest Georgia lion's Open Air Show Saturday and Sunday was Mrs lei i Johns In the 1934 campaign

Is seeking the office now held :ult judgeship In the 12th Judlc- Marine outfit at the San Diego, county speechless. Maudine Fortier, Pine Ridge Road Mrs Fortier, a tur> the term.final two years of Me.arty's .
by Democrat Spessard L. Sal Circuit by Cov. Farris Dry. Calls., Marine Corps Depot since County Chairman Cortez
Holland, Florida's senior sena \ RENEW TOURDRIYER'S int. Feb.%. Lamb said 17 of the candidates nurse by profession, paints In her 'leisure time. She Holland and several US, rep.

tor. Kirk is a naive of Callfor. UKNSS?YT? The circuit was made up of "He said he couldn't< eat an
nla, an Episcopalian, a graduate IDURIHGYOUR J Sarasota, Manatee, Glades, sleep and do as he wanted, so speeches. He said the "Lola," which was chosen by vote of those attendingthe from the of opposite party, and
hens primary races deveUwd
of the University of Alabama Law .I.ndry, Lee, Charlotte, Collier he ran away," Hamilton report. county committee would be
School \ mm MONTH r\\ and Deaoto counties. Ml. asked to reconsider the order show (NEWS photo) for lesser offices:

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I licenses and chances were
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday March 3. Goode disorderly conduct CityI Nicholas Brack, 17, of 80 Fifth
$50 ,or 60, days; John Hill, Street North; Carter Benton Me.
I assault and battery $50 or Means, 36, Leesburg; and Bar.
50 days and Lewis Dodridge bara Ann Tarvin, 26, of 780
CourtOr Court
County and Alton G. Perkle, on char- First Avenue North.
Two persons from Miami were
ges of vagrancy and causinga How do you make a left turn charged with soliciting without a

,a charge of driving: while, (jjarlee,.charged with fondling,, The disturbance sentence, $50 or 50 Perkle days. onto the traffic-cnoked Tamlaml license. Charges were dropped
against ?
side street
Trail from a Ronald William
.under I the influence, Marie H. and Willie C. Simpson on char- was suspended. Alexander against Bonitatl.
Police Sgt. Robert bus and Sean B. Heffron. AT.
Semeff was ordered to pay a ges of public drunkenness and Willie Aiken was sentencedto described his way of doing it at thur Cooper, 44 Tampa, was
fine of $250 and to spend25 ,aggravated assault were bound 90 days In Jail on a petit Monday morning's Municipal
sentenced to seven days In .
days In jell plus 10 days over. larceny charge. Court session. He turns right for drunkenness. He jail
Straight time by Judge Richard In other t rials heard,William Ableardo M. Denavides, was onto the Trail, makes a left' in custody for a week, and had credit been '
M. Stanley hCouuj'Court yes. S. Stowers on charge of no valid sentenced to six months In Jail turn at the next block, circles was given for time served
terday. A second charge of driver's license was sen- on an assault and battery + around the block, and comes An assault and battery charge
resisting arrest without violence tenced too $25 or 25 days; JackW. charge. back to the Trail, where he against Godfrey William Weese

resulted In a sentenceof Barrs, speeding, $25 or E me stine Goff was sentencedto r makes"It's another safer right and turn.it usually) 40, of 1143 Eighth Street South,,
$50 or 50 days. 25 days (suspended); CharlesL. 90 days In jail on a worth- saves tlm,", Alexander said. was dropped for lack of pro.
Cases against Bobby Wheelerand Wood Improper driver's less check charge. He outlined his method during the secutlon. Laurent Paul Dupuis
Robert J.Pauls,each charged license $25 or 25 days; JohnW. Following bonds were ordered case of Johnny Patterson, 31, of East Naples forfeited $15 bond
with petit larceny and failure Brice, following too closely estreated Adelaide P. t te n Rock Creek Trailer Park, who for drunkenness.

to appear, were continued. $35 or 35 days; Carl H.McDaniel. Downing, speeding, $25; Ulysses was fined $10 for failing to yield
Warrants for arrest were ordered speeding, $25 or 25 S. Peterson, failure to the right of way while makinga Gets Ticket After
drawn against Dorothy days| Jacob El.Robinson,speed- have vehicle under control,$35; left turn onto the Trail at an
J. Lee and Delbert C.Coy- ing, $25 or 25 days; SandraM. Richard A. Stefanek no validdriver's intersection.In Sideswiping AutoA
ner, each charged! with fail Harris, no valid driver'slicense 1as another case involving left
ure to have a valid driver's 25 license, $25; Troy P. turns at intersections, Judge ticket was given Mrs. Mildred
license. $25 or days. Morris, speeding $35;Elsie P. Thomas Brown noted that the Phillips 570 First Ave.N. .
A warrant was ordered drawn Sidney Davis was fined $25 Von Desele, failure to yield state law was changed last year, Monday afternoon for fallIng -
against Guy L. Whitney on a or 25 days on a public drunk right-of-way, $35 Jerry E. and persons making left turns to have her vehicle under
and sentenced 60
charge, to Stewart, speeding,$40;KennethN. must yield the right of way to control and for failing to report *
speeding charge.
days In jail for resisting arrest Holmon To- i. .. traffic. Formerly, ap*
Cases against Winston D. speeding $25, oncoming an accident after she had
without violence. mas Medero, failure to have preaching vehicles had to yield to sideswiped a parked car belonging
Wardell Williams received a vehicle under control, $35; and FEATURES of the annual Jaycee Min Another will be music by the Singing left-turners. to Mrs. Robert Tudor,

60-day suspended sentence on John J. McHugh,failure to have strel, on which the curtain will rise at McCunes, lower photo. Shown in the Alice Portner Bowling, 57 found, of 1225 13th Ave. N. which was
HAP a charge of assualt and battery 290 10th Avenue South, was
vehicle under control $35 8.01: Thursday, Friday and Saturday photo, front row, left to right, are guilty of falling to yield while parked just south of Fourth

Sam H. Green on a no valid HusonFloyd nights in the Naples Junior High School Mike, Ronnie, Jr and Terry, with Mrs. making a left turn at an Inter. Avenue South on Seventh

LUff CMC INC. driver's license charge was auditorium, will Include dancing bya McCune and Ron McCune Sr who accompanies section. Her sentence left was sus. Street South.According. to
pended. She turned on agreenlight police reports,
Huson 72 died
sentenced 25 ,
TRUCKSPARTS Thomas D.to Griffin$25 ,or Jr., speed-days; morning at his home on Tarpon chorus line, comprised of the Jay- the family on the guitar. at the corner of Fifth Avenue the accident occurred when

SERVICETEMPORARY- Ing, $35 or 35 days; Ronald Avenue, in Donita Springs. Fu. cee Wives' Rockettes, shown above. (NEWS photo) South and Third Street, into Mrs. Phillips driving in a nor-
the of oncoming vehicle
neral arrangements will be an. path an therly direction, lost controlof
E. Hunter, Improper change of which also had the green light.
nounced later by the Earl G. her car and struck the Tu
lO'A ;/011 lane, $25 or 25 days, and no
Hodges Funeral Chapel dor car. Damage of $100 was
valid driver's license, $25 or TANGLE WITH POLICE
421 NINTH .ST., N. 25 days; Jimmie L. Wilson, Winters seem to be growing Twenty one cases were calledat estimated to each car. Officer
failure to have vehicle under warmer In the NorthJJ1JVh0I5 the two-hour session Monday. Gary D. Young made the
;..;. Bobby James Burton, 18, and Investigation for the Naples
N__ $tt.f.: t'':;:" ':: :;! k.1:" :, : r his sister Susie Mae Burton, Police Department.
34, both of McDonald Quarters,

: \ Art jallerlJ were two Involved police in officers an altercationwith a few

fl i iI :-a af nights The ago.latter was ordered to pay City Building

?.rw ru.c .., s.uur $100 fine or serve 30 days in Total RevisedThe

Ii\ PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALSDemonstration << Jail when found guilty of inter
'fb. fering with a police officer She City Building Department
was found not guilty of resist. revised its February construe.
tog arrest. Her brother was fined tlon totals downward by more
by $50 or 30 days for resisting arrest than $200,000 Monday and an.
l and was found not guiltyof nounced an official figure of $1!,.
being a minor in possessionof 486,236 for the month.
Mule GlfDlptI alcohol. The loon d anion for a good Feb.ruary .
Robert Anderson Conant Jr., It seems, was laid in \
G 18, of 1243 Embassy Lane, will previous months, cutting $200
I;; Thursday, }March 5 8:30 P.M. 4 5 be spending Saturdays for tho 000 from the value of one per. \
> next three months at work for mlt and $20,000 from another. I ISo
tto.th chopping Area :I the City He was tried two weeks only $475,000 of the $675,000Gulf
;1 ago for petty larceny and posses. Towers beachfront condominium .

[. .."'". .. .> '. ..... ':'. ...:.. .. '. .. .< ...., .: : > ':' .w.... ..t sing stolen property, and the actually counted in Feb.
.: __ua .11. ]JJllil nm i* iW-: .:,.:,::.:':r:, :;:..:iii'mrr.:: \ : ,*, d'tl. .. ::1'.: .:" < F i judge announced his finding Mon ruary's building totals.
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day.Conant A $200,000 foundation permitwas
was given the option taken out in December for
of paying $100 and serving 60 the big apartment building. In a
r 'It
\.., -. ... + days in jail, or working 100 similar situation, only $19,166 of
w t a hours for the City. He readily
t a $39,166 Port Royal residence
.. -
f1 -. ., accepted the latter alternative. counted In February's figures.
: Scott'sUO Alan Irving Clevens', 21. of A $20,000 foundation permit was
A /F
-- Miami, drove his car through Issued in January
: will be safe," Mrs. Brashear a yard and Into a mailbox February Official totals showed 58 per.
I \ I. \ c. ., \ I 1 Park Area. said River Park'Recreation 22, and had to post $125 colts, adding up to $1,486,236worth
( from To Insure the park's safety, bond After he went to the police of new construction,Issued
"'tI : w ... --l\ti"uJ\ diooJB.;()'.NU. .5 ;I. (Continued page 1)) Iwjj settling ,ponds :loathe: area ;,. station,).to-: report the*, accident. by Bert Pinkston's office In Feb.
.a'PISIt4tll'fll, I '. Self, was on a Parks Board. should be shallow by filling In of He was charged with failure to ruary. Two apartment permits
; t recommended list of plants louse deep places, she added. Fill will have vehicle under control and accounted for $ 1,028,000 and
"" 1:1: In screened planting areas. be available when the City launches Tuesday .8p.m..Freemovles.Wednesday leaving the scene of an accident 20 housing starts totaled$324,.
its big storm drainage construction Open recreation Clevens showed up in court 666.
j -!;. '- WE TITLE HOLDUP program this spring. cards, checkers, ping-pong and Monday, accompanied by a law Commercial construction wasa
t" Holding up development of Bay Playground equipment and basketball. yer who claimed that the statutes meager $4,800. Public works
,: Point Park, on the eastern shore roughed-ln Softball fields couldbe Thursday 8 p.m. Social and cited on the warrant were totaled $85,000. Seawall permits
at CORBIN- of Naples Bay at the end of set up In the southwest quadrant record hop.Friday Incorrect. City Attorney David added up to $10,000, alterationsand
.. Danford Street, Is transfer of while the northeast corner Open recreation Splngler moved that the chargesbe additions $9,755, and miscellaneous .
,, LINDABURY title of more than two acres has a grove of trees that would dropped, and they were. The $24,015.Baptist ( .
of land from Collier Develop. contribute to a natural picnic defense lawyer said all damage
mont Corp. to the City and County area, Mrs. Brashear noted. Ac. is being paid for.DRIVING.
as Joint proprietors of the tlon taken now could mean the Ruby JudgeIII Prayer
park. park would be ready for child LIMITED Program TomorrowThe
\ The City has cleared the ort. ren by this summer, she said Steven Ray Speers, 19, of 312
ginal C. C. Danford tract which Eighth Avenue South, was found Annie Armstrong Prayer -
was dedicated to park use a Amsler Faces ReplacedBy guilty of careless driving while Program for Home Mis-
few years ago. City Manager on a motorcycle. The judge told
sions at the Naples First Bap-
Vince Wood told the board the Speers to confine his driving to
RECOMMEND IT HIGHLYfor tist Church will be held at 7
City will clear the Collier pro. Grilling TodayIn business purposes only for 60
perty when title transfer Is com. AnotherDALLAS days, In lieu of $100 fine and p.m. Wednesday, rather than
pleted In a matter of days. The 30 days In j jail. on Thursday as previously an-
County recently Improved Dan. Kidnap CaseLOS Joseph Corbitt, 29, of 1266 nounced.
St. Augustine Centipedeand ford Street back to the park (AP-Dist. Judge Fifth Avenue North, was found The Fellowship Hall program
site.The ANGELES (AP-A gov. Joe B. Brown, presiding at the guilty of careless driving and will be presented by Mrs.David
proposed Flelschmann ernment prosecutor resumes to. murder trial of Jack Ruby, be. fined $25. Richard Lloyd Wood. Witt, prayer chairman of the
Zoysia Lawns Park consists of the northeastand day his cross. xamlnatlon of came ill and was sent home to. ruff, 17, of 1700 Third Street WMU. All women of the church
southwest quadrants of the Joseph Amsler who describes day by the doctor. However, South, was given a suspended and friends invited.
four.square-Uock area boundedby himself as the reluctant partlcl.! another judge took his place. sentence after pleading guilty are
Bonus Weeds the Lawn While It 15th and 17th Avenues North pant In the kidnaping of Frank Judge Brown said from his to hitting a parked car which Invited
and 10th and 12th Streets. The Sinatra Jr. home, "I've got an awfully bad was hidden by darkness in the
municipal water plant is In the "At one time," said Amsler circular drive in front of Naples
cold and the doctor told me to To Science Show
Feeds it new luxurious beauty! northwest quadrant. Monday, "I thought I was go stay in bed.; High School.
Ing nuts. I kept hearing the radio > The judge said Judge J. Michael James Kelly, 20, of At Junior HighThe
SAFE AREA calling us 'mad dogs' Frank Wilson, another judge of 2195 Harbor Lane, paid a total
See Our Scotts Counsellor for Mrs. Brashear said she envisions Frank Jr., soothed me-told me a court dealing in criminal of $25 fine for failure to have public Is Invited to attend
this proposed park as to get a grip on myself. He cases, probably would take car under control and making an the second annual Naples Junior
a scenic picnic and playground cheered me up." Brown's place. Improper U-turn on busy Eighth High science fair today from 4
Information On How To Make area to serve the City's centerof Asst. U.S. Atty. Thomas R. Dlst. Atty. Henry M. Wade Street South. to 8:30 p.m.Exhibits .
child population in the Lake Sheridan attacked Amsler's told newsmen there Is ample Gilbert Harold Devenport, 19, will be on displayIn
Your Lawn Green Park area. "It should be a place testimony that his statement to precedent in Texas law for re Fort Lauderdale, paid $10 fine the auditorium of the old
where a mother children to play, knowing they As for the possibility of Judge license. He had onlya larger junior high building
Brown surrendering the bench standard driver's license. Ce. on the west.
for a time and then returning ell Dlllard Hardy of Martins.
I to it, Wade said that to his ville, Va., forfeited $25 bond on ti.
GIDDINGSHome knowledge that has never occurred a charge of improper change of

NEW! NEW! NEW! t : in Texas lanes. ,
Asked if Brown's substitute Ronald Bruce Sander, 18, of
would be a permanent replace.Bonita Springs, paid $10 for fail
Wade "There's Ing to yield right of way at
ment, replied, a
House Repairs Maintenance Work possibility of that." a through street. The scene was 'tIl.A'I'
BULK PEAT MOSSWe Asked about Judge Brown being .the dangerous intersection of 10th S
Roof Repairing Gutters Painting in position to take over the Street with the east Trail. ?
cast again when he gets well, Several cases Involved no valid CALL NOW'FOR FAST...
Yard and Lawn Work Wade repeated that has never driver's license chariest EXPERT SERVICE
hive 15 yard for tale happened in Texas before. Mark Loe Clayton, 39, McDonald I
q CALL MI 2-7449 "We'll cross that bridge when Quarters, and Armstrong Wright, NO
at pedal lower price FREE ESTIMATES: CHEMICALCa
even ,
9 7 w. come to it," Wade said. 18, River Park Apts., each
in larger quantitie It's the ---- .-. ------ were fined $35, suspended on
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bu. Special Announcement *m* tteaarelsaaaot within two weeks.
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.. Orchid Tue-d.y, March S. 196& COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3. .
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Big Cypress Center Plays ",\X">", ; ;:" \ Meets ThursdayMembers Big Turnout For

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\ Society will meet Thursday

Host To Southwest AudubonOn March Florida 5th Power at A 8 Light p.m.Sunshine In the Shufflers DanceOne

Saturday, February 29, the tropical fish tank, Introduced the the object of blrd-b&nding, which Kitchen.The will be a demonstration hundred and twenty square and furious. The general theme
program leap In dance
dancers attended the Sunshine was year. one
Big Cypress Center entertainedthe hosts of the day, Mr. and Mrs. can only be done by special of flanking of the microscopic .
the ladles chose their
Shufflers' dance
regular weekly partners
from the Federal Govern- '
Southwest Florida Audubon Ted Below Sr. permit George
Society of Fort Myers, and guests Mrs. Below, took over, and ment, and on Operation Recovery, Atkinson orchid This seed procedure, by has last Saturday evening, and some Sadie Hawkins style, lassoing
50 watched. The call. them with nylon cord.
in which she was active In Cenetral spectators
Iron many states. led a tour of the Center, begin not been tried by most amateurs .
er was Mel Clark of Lakeland, One feature was an exhibition
The group of between 50 and nlng with a special exhibit of New Jersey. Mrs. Below due to the aseptic conditions ,
and Les Linn popular Miami dance featuring Charmlne In.
demonstrated bird bandlng.band.tog ,
60 people met at the BlgCipressCenter carved birds done by Margaret under which It must be
at 9:30 sum. At 10 a.m. V. Sprunt and loaned to the Cen. a male cardinal, and a painted caller, took over for two tips. herst, BemardlneShaffer, Wilma
done, so has remained some.what Activities started at 4 p.m. Sell, and Wanda Forbach, a teamof
Bradford Patton fleld'trlp ter the occasion. bunting.
dlrec. for society
of the
a mastery
with a reception for visitors on experts from Arcadia.By .
tor of the Fort Myers Club, cal. Deborah Cooke, 13, brought After a picnic lunch In theCenter's
said. the lawn of the Stewart' Motel. attending the dance, over a
led the meeting to order, and to the Center the Florida split patio, everyone Jammed Plans for the orchid displayat
hundred miles from
Coffee and doughnuts were their home
Into 17 and Mr. and Mrs.
carefully laying his hit level house made entirely of cars, Flow.
on Garden Club
the Naples
served and three sets dancedon clubs, the Miami,Homestead and
Below led them to the lake on ,
of the water In the SCUgallon shells, which earned her second Show will be discussed after
er the grass in their bare feet. Tampa visitors qualified for
prize In the shellcraft entries the Shell Island Road, where by
the demonstratiofollowed: membership In the
These dancer will hereafter be
at the shell show last week.A they set up telescopes and sawa '
the award of the door prizesof and attend
known as "grass hoppers" and Knotheads, may
of raft of about SOO coots, 14 ,
special study was made
Good three orchid plants. the Florida Knothead Konventlon
Babysitter some of the more enthusiasticwill
hooded ring billed
the John M. Lazear memorial mergansers, 6 area
Visitors In the Naples
add to held annually In Clearwater each
a grasshopper badge
dlarama, this Is a habitat group gulls, wood storks, little blue are Invited to attend this morning
their collection.The .
Common Quest of an Everglades Hammock. herons, Louslana herons,AmerU hawk and to visit the Flower Showto main dance, from 8 to 11 From 12:30 to 1:30, .six sets
can egrets one marsh
After this wont out. R"t\
the products grown by Is
and two redshouldered. hawks. see in the Shufflers' Hall was fast danced In what euphemistically
doors, and Lillian and Joseph the Orchid Society. called "pajamas" and became
Of Mothers TodayNEW Cardlnall give a demonstrationof Then all went to Shell Island members of the Idiot Club -
mlsUnettlng. Mrs. Below had for a look at the Pelican Roost,
another badge to flash on the less
YORK (AP) To get trapped a number of birds and various shore birds, and two Mrs. Notre Dame'sChicago adventurous dancers.

acquainted with her neighbors, u the wind was too strong to net Savannah sparrows. Name Hope Guests Included Marl and Phyl.

it used to be that a new rest birds In the usual way, a cat Only 37 species were counted, Us Sogolow, Sandy Eason, Pat
dent would borrow a cup 'of bird was thrown Into the net but It was considered exceptional. Walter Holmes William

sugar. Now she goes over and and Mr. Cardinal! removed it ly fine birding day considering Of The Year Wilson Hooding, ,Jenny D rgfeld,, Harold

I asks, do you know any good quickly and easily, showing how the weather. Lady Darlin, Evelyn Purvis, Herman

babysitters the bird Is neither hurt nor -. and Betty Milton, and Rose Healy,
It breaks the ice and might damaged by contact with the net. The citation lauded Mrs. Hope all from Tampa; also Joe and
S turn up someone like Margie Lillian Cardinal! gave a talk on CHICAGO (AP) Dolores
Notre for "graciously accepting Jimmy Duellen, Bill and NltaSex.
Alexander, 16. She marched out < poctr I II Hope was University's honored' as"Chicago playing an outstanding lifetime ton, Henry Hlcke>', and Odll Blak.E'nshlp .

her four charges, aged 1 to 7, I Dame Year" Monday role of devoted wife and mother, from Homestead Air
School 1-1Corl1cr 1 Lady of the
before the Harry Walsh home at the time camoto for her distinguished efforts In Force Base; John and Frances

La Honda, Calif., collapsed in for the Naples Junior THE ENGAGEMENT of Ramona Clydell Willson :night make, but a when response, she turnedto main charities" for exemplifying llowell, Jim and Leila Hughes,

flames.Or the. older woman in Colum. High cafeteria for the week of (shown) to Charles Monroe Shaw, has been announcedby I her well.known' husband and tho ideals of*' a dedicated Jim and Betty Saudy, Ernie andEileen
Catholic woman. Swanson, Tom and Betty
March 6th
March 2nd through Where's response
bus, Ohio, who keeps track of wUl bet her parents, Mr and Mrs. Louis R, Willson. The asked: ?""Well, my Before the evening ended, a Wakefleld, Glynn and Ella Her.

the .irthdays of the 25 to 30 TUESDAY Cold cuts and bride-to-be is a graduate of Naples High School andis A beaming Bob Hope then took telegram was received' from rltt, Tex and Ltssabelle Brewer,
kids with whom she regularlysits 'A Father's Wish'I .
the (Hopes' four adopted" Pete and Phyllis Williams, Al
cheese, lettuce and tomato salad, currently employed by Vitro Services In Clearwater. the floor at the Palmer House
and sends presents, as wellas scalloped green beans, potato and responded-for 30 minutes. children Anthony, 24)) Linda, and Agnes Swatman, Ed and Eleanor

valentines and Christmas sticks, brownies, bread and I pray to God + The Hopes were guests of the 231| Nora, 17J( and Kelly' 16. Legler, Mr.and Mrs.Edward
gifts, because "I don't need the "We thank you," the telegram Gunner, Paul, Lanny, Paul, and
butter, milk.WEDNESDAY. That I may see, Chicago Alumni Club of Notre
money and I like children. said "for recognizing what we Erma Perkins John and Donna
.Menu suggested What from New Immokalee Child Care Dame, which opened a $20 ,
Or the Kansas City teen.ager comes "
by Debbie Spauldlngt Roast Beef million drive for a development' have known all along. Ollnger, C.E. and Franc..ISmlthG.
Harold Mor.gan's pauland
who teaches Mrs. What belongs to Robertson R. Kunkel
me. ,
children bak. and gravy, mashed potatoes, program at the South Bend,
three tomato wedge, fruit cocktail, Ind., campus. Louise Davis, Al and Marie
Ing while she sits. rolls and butter, milk. I have but one Confer Off To Good Start Mrs. Hope, a tall blonde, was Orr Novak, Sandy and Ruth Heartn,

The March for the perfect THURSDAY Hamburger, onion Who Is so dear, -. . - -- presented a gold medallion embossed Bob and Shirley Hudson, all from
babysitter Is a commonly slices, sweet potatoes, English with a copy of Notre funeral services and Interment Miami and Hialeah; also John and
shared quest of American moth peas, chocolate cake, milk. Will have no more, The new ImmokaleeChlldCare the community and said she had Dame's famed Golden Dome. for Mrs. KatharineG. Join Shrewsbury, Les and Jess

ers, an Associated Press survey FRIDAY Tuna fish and She is my cheer. Center for colored children is "never seen a happier or better The Rev. John E. Walsh, Notre Orr, 69, who died Sunday Thomas from Naples; Al and

showed. But clinkers are found noodles, cheese sandwich, cab. open, and an enthusiastic and behaved nursery' group for which Dame vice president of public night at Vandcrbllt Lleach where Margarter Albert from Mlghlgan;
as often as nuggets. strips Ice I Some day she'll helpful Progress Report Meeting the director, Mrs. Cheese Jack and Phlla Naylor and Allen
bage salad, celery marry relations, laudod Mrs. Hope she had been a winter visitor
li California a baby drownedin was held at the Center on Thursday borough, deserves much credit." and Marie Call from Fort Myers;
wife mother
cream, milk. And then behold, as outstanding for the past two weeks, will
a tub while a year-old sit. afternoon. As with any new venture' many Harvey and Florence Smith from
J ter was entertaining her boy The grandchild for pop Those present Included memo things are still needed' for the and Roman: Catholic the loud laughter be held In Portland, Maine. New York City. the Jandas from
I Hope Joined
( friend In the living room. Very Successful To hold. bers of the Immokalee Migrant Center, it was pointed out, In. when Mrs. Hope was asked Local arrangements are In Flint, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs J.W.

l' A disillusioned Connecticut Committee headed by Eugene Williams eluding kltchpn equipment, lino what It was like having such a charge of the Earl G. I lodges Pelllrut from Baltimore, Md.,

t 1 housewife defines a sitter as Outdoor Art Show Robert T. Bowers principal of Bethune High leum for the floors and a heating famous husband. Funeral Chapel. and Mae Corr, Fairfield, Conn.

"someone you pay to watch the School, and the Rev. G.B. Stal. system for next winter, ''I really don't know," the She Is survived by her hus Mrs. Les Linn from Miami,
kids do what would do If Held In NaplesNaples The Center is to Mrs. Mel Clark from Lake
they worth; Rev. Harold Shearer of planned care sofUspoken Mrs. Hope replied band, Alexander Orri two sons, and .
there were no sitter." Art Association's Open Cancer Society the Christian Ministry to MI. for the children of working "He's/ the only husband I've William M. Orr of Cumber land, the callers wives, were iI'r..nt {

Babysitting has long since Air Show Saturday and Sunday Meeting MondayA grants; Mrs. Rose Owens of the mothers and will be open from ever had and I can make no land Forstde, Maine, RobertA and neither missed a

passed being the exclusive enterprise proclaimed an outstanding sue : Florida Christian Ministry to 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through comparisons." Orr of Portland Maine, dance.
of relatives and teen. pre-crusade dinner of the Migrants Mrs Johnnie Smith, Friday, serving a hot mid day I
cess today by Don Nick, presl. ; Hope, casting a glance at his and a daughter Mrs. MargaretO.
meal and refreshments' GREEN CALL
lighter TO
agers. dent of the association. More than American Cancer Society will public health nurse; and Mrs wife of 30 years, told of the only Gurrett also of Portland
Metropolitan are shave morning and afternoon. There Next Saturday March 7 Lew i
800 attended the exhibit. be held Monday, March 9, at the Randolph M. Fuller and Mrs. time he was angry with hen ,
thriving sitter persons cots for the children' to take Mrs. Orr was a memberof of will
organized serve are Green
Naples Elks Club. A cocktail William Colllnson, co-chairmen .
The affair was held in the "The morning I came downstairs erangr. aalclalf
ices. In Brooklyn, a departmentstore vacant lot across from the old party scheduled for 6i30 p.m. for the nursery, and represent. a proper rest and a fenced area for breakfast and found the Sacred Heart Catholic the uf .. *

conducts a training pro. Naples Hotel at the corner of will precede the 7:30 p.m. dinenero Ing the Naples United Church for outdoor play. Mothers who her sitting In my spotlight" Church of Portland in Naples) several times in the

gram for sitters, offering such Third Street and 12th Avenue Women. wish to register their children Hope said he and Dolores have past three years, and has proved
advice as "expect a mess with -- are urged to take them directlyto will
South. A total of 140 painting' Mrs. Owens, who has beenIn enjoyed a wonderful relation- very popular. The
young children" when eating. of local artists were displayedsome Rocky Gets Gift child care and migrant work the Center on any weekday. ship, even though they had been Bishop Louttit be in the Shufflers' Hall, Naples

Frequently parents band to. on easels, others hung on for over 20 years, praised the The cost, Including food, Is SO forced to put up' with "away. Federal Savings Building, 900

gather and provide sitting efv. clothesline like washing hung out Of CubanCigars Center after a four-day visit in cents a day per child, with a low.er from each otherness" Imposed Visits Naples' Fifth Avenue, South. It startsat
ice for each other, such as the rate for a family group.It 8 p.m. and Is over at i1.
to dry. With a background of With"a by the pressures of show
organization at Emory Unlver. ALBANY, N. Y. (AP) Is hoped that many friends Visiting dancers are invited to
slty where ledgers record the palm trees and bright sunshine., grin, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller Fear For Life will continue to make small gifts business Church participate, and spectators are
it afforded a festive and Bohemian "And she beats me at golf, Trinity
hours used and the hours owed. conceded Monday the cigars so that the cost to the Individual welcome to come and watch IOn
he added as an afterthought.
Prices range from 35 cents an Mrs.appearance.Maudlne Fortier with her a rescued American flier brought Of Greet mothers may be kept at a min. > The itt. Rev. Henry 1. Louttit,, Monday evening, March 9, |

hour in Boise, Idaho, to $1.50 an "Lola was the win. him from Cuban Prime Minister King, Imum. The Naples United Church D. D., Bishop of South Floridavisited ,,, at 8 p.m., the Sunshine Shufflers '
Death Rate
painting, Infant
hour in Los Angeles.The selectedby Fidel Castro may come In handy"a Women who are,In part, sponsors Trlnltyty.the-Cove Epl s.> will hold their March business
average fee across the ner vote of the of the first prize,attendingthe little later." Rockefeller's Condition WorseATHENS of this project will welcome con. In Cuba IncreasesMIAMI copal Church Sunday. During his meeting. All members urged .

country seems to be 50.73 centsan Other persons winners were wife Is expecting a baby In trlbutlons large or small These official visitation he confirmedthe : to attend by Harold Glazer, the
hour. With this go certain Ed Emllng second) and Mrs.: June. Greece (AP)-King may be sent direct to the U.C.W. AP. A lP.ye-r.old class presented by the rector, club's president. Several mat.
privileges, such as refrigerator third. The box of cigars reached the ;:Paul's doctors announced today treasurer, Mrs. William Grlffen, refugee mother from Havana the Rev Richard Lambert. The tens of Importance will come be.

and television rights. Elsie Upham, United States Sunday with Trev. (t that the ailing Greek monarchhas 1124 Mllano Drive', Naples, and has reported an enormous infant class members were! for the meeting, he stated. p\

or Bruce Burns, 43, of Syracuse, | been hit by another medical made payable tolmmokaleeChlld death rate In Cuba due to Julia Corning, Wllma Huntley,

N. Y. whose light plane crashed ,complication.A Care Center; or call Mrs.Ran. inadequate nourishment.The William Pilson, Josephine Ro.. You're in
in the Caribbean Sea two weeks medical bulletin said the doloh Fuller.\ Ml 2-5403 or Mrs. mother and her three- haley, Katherine Dally, Joa

ago. Burns was rescued by the ;king, suffering from a blood clot William Colllnson. MI W01I for month-old son were among 11 Sharp, Varrell Mlnarlch, Virginia 1. t.s good hands withaLLI''E

Cuban Navy and taken to Ha. ;I In his right leg and another inhis further Information.. exiles picked up Monday by a Manglapla, Jack Manglapla,

vana for medical treatment. 1] left lung, was having Increasing .. Coast Guard cutter near Key Nora Peek, Mona Pittman, Katherine .
Burns said the cigars were a ,. West alter at
difficulty urinating. being sea three Poerlo, Angelo Poerlo, e Auto Insurance
gin to Rockefeller from Dr.Jose "Since yesterday," said a Secondary School days aboard a 19.foot boat whose Richard Festa, Elizabeth Kokes,
Marquez, Castro's personal phy. ,I medical bulletin, "his majestythe motor failed their first day out. VlrginU McWilllams, Norman see or phone I

slclan who treated Burns for
sunburn and exposure. ,I difficulty in urinating. milk for food. Hart Henry Watkins ID Jenny
I Otherwise his condition remains Here April 4th The mother said she had been Dlmellng, Linda Baker Charles
Polio Drive Gets I unchanged." able to find almost no food except Cox ManglaplaChrtstopher Lambert A LeLriTw1'a: : .IR..r.e. .

A bulletin Monday night! said Naples has been added to milk for her ion She said Susan Sorber, Deborah COMPANY PSOtICTrON

Moonshine Sugar \:the blood clots showed "a slight! the list of centers where the she paid a peso a liter, about a Wain, Scott Sally, Christopher Mew M

Improvement under the Influence Secondary School Admissions quart for milk on the black Mlnarlch, Vincent Wood ID. ,...-....a.s..re.a..e.eeuZa*
I ic COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) \I of treatment" but added: Testing Program will he conducted market. xM
Plans are being made to donate ,
"The worsening condition of his Edmund C. Lowe, senior A pesos officially worth a
I sugar confiscated during moonshine I majesty the king, provoked by high school counselor announced dollar in Cuba. Outside Cuba It Now 2 location. To Serve You
I raids to "Operation Sugar I,the clots, Is continuing." brings only a few cents,
c Lump," an antUpollo drive be. The 62.year.old monarch was yesterday. r NAPLES CHOPPING CENTER
ginning March 8. ulcer The test will be given In Naples
,I operated on for a stomach Cypress Buffet
The sheriff's office bulk on Saturday April 4Lowe IN THE MOORINGS
says ,I two weeks ago. He had been reported ,
sugar found around Illegal stills I improving steadily until announced Dinner SaturdayCypress -J HODGES Ml 2-1227 I

will be swapped to various restaurants ,the clot In his leg, diagnosed as Parents Interested In sending Chapter No. 230 O.E.S.

for lumps of sugar thrombophlebitis, sent him students to Independent secondary will hold its last buffet dinneron I
used In administering Sabln back to bed Sunday. schools should M
oral Saturday, March 7, from St30 -HAl STYUST
vaccine. On Monday he suffered an carefully this date of the exam. p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Masonic
Polio drive sponsors estimatethe embolism In the left lung. ination, and Immediately take temple In Pine Ridge.
free sugar will lower thecost
The 1 latest announcement
steps for permission to take Donations are $1.50 for adults
administering the vaccine deepened fears for the king's and 73 cents for children under CENTER Ml 21417I
by about $2,000. the test. Information regard. KWIK.' CHF.K SHOPPING s
life the 12 years of age
ing testing
wall Queen Frederlka, Crown program may .
A cook'a path smooth Prince Constantine, 23, who is be had by calling Lowe at the

M if. in making cheese straws, the serving as regent for his father Naples Senior High School.

b ingredient are thoroughly worked and other members of the royalfamily Lowe said the test Is a determining .

together with the finger The were keeping vigils at factor for admission

flour butter and grated cheddar the Tatol Palace, where the kingIs. in many of the Independent secondary
cheese used in the atrawa may {
schools throughout the / sf
not hold together unless thif. is
done. "Stop" Sicn. Mean STOP country.
"CROWING ROOSTER" is the title of this sculpture

executed In Alabama limestone by the noted American Arthritis Medical "SuprrvUinn TIRE FOR 1\\

sculptor John Rood in 1956. It is to be seen in
Bursitis "'het-.u OltOirrmyI'ltri '
the current two-artist exhibition of Rood sculpture and Neuritis Hound EV'Ol'\ \ !

by the well-known Cleveland artist John h Hot Puke
paintings Overweight I

Teyral at the Harmon Gallery, 1 1258 Third Street Southin o Sciatica Maitai Traction \ t tto

Naples. The show continues through Thursday, Mrdro Son.litor Sow's ilia, time

March 5, to be followed March 6 with the openingof 1001.. your best

a one-man show of paintings by the eminent American I,

artist Darrel Austin. The above photo is an illustration with II Ifllli. fA ,

in art historian Dr. Bruno Schneider's book nine new .irllo,
about Rood and his work II ? expertly crested t


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.. The World Today
I t o8br tesa t\US ., :. ".:'f. ;::' ... By JAMES MARLOWE I

ev ,, : : TIONJ I. tNh"D Associated Press News Analyst

TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1964 WASHINGTON (AP) This practically everyone's surprise! ,
'.' 1964 campaign fear will but not his, he beat New \ork's
have Cov. Thomas E.
. the usual chatter but may Dewey.
Needed: Uniform Traffic Regulations I: up ho.hum, lacking the tension In that year the country's JItters .
." : and drama of recent presldeutlal about the Communlsts.ln.
It is nothing less than ridiculous that visitors apparently drive like bloodthirsty contests government Issue was only part

a motorist in the United States, who is madmen. However, in their own states, In throe of the past four elections of the national anxiety Earlier

I tree to travel from one coast to another where regulations are probably quits which the rave issues the and voters problems passionate munist Truman pressure had blocked on Greece the Com.and

vlthout the slightest hindrance at state different than ours, they very likely are concern seem muted so Turke>'.

borders, must make such a trip In a maze considered to be ideal drivers far this year. But in 1948 tension climbed
war, Communist like a thermometer In a boiler
of differing and confusing traffic laws, Why all states can not, and do not, For aggressions instance:, McCarthyism: room! the Communists had

have the same laws and regulations is worry about\ internal securit), grabbed Czechoslovakia just be.

strange Indeed. Many touring motorists, the question of taking a new' direction fore the campaign began and
and more during the campaign Trumanwas
into era
a new ,
driving strictly according to the laws of : .. -: ... -.. ; heat about and. ty' the candidates trying to smash the aggres.
their home states, unwittingly and innocently than has been shown jet she Soviet blockade of Berlin

break the traffic regulations i in in 1964. with an airlift.
,: Since President Johnson has Even that was only part of the
this and other states. H / ij the Inside track' for the Demo \oteis'\ concsrn. They had to

N Meo \ Even traffic signs In many Instances '. crats': nomination, there's no excitement ask themselves: Was this to be
: about their convention the end of an era that began 16
n. In from state to state
NO v vary meaning next summer This could rears before with Roosevelt
e Was It time for a change? The
change if he pulls some boners,
csocw uUrt / which seems totally unnecessary. Signs j but there's nothing like that In voter decided no.
j that mean one thing in several states may sight. Their mood was far differentIn

: mean something entirely different In Although the Republican nomination 1932: when Gen Dwight D,
sB $ OP is wide open, the two Eisenhower beat Adlal E. Ete.enson t
I l lpa I states II ; men working for it hardest apparently \' governor of Illinois Bj'
One can understand such things i in II haven't built major then the count>' was torn apart
firest I New York's Coy, NelsonA. over McCarthyism/ communism
where travel
Up1NO Europe, one must j1g Rockefeller and Arizona's Sen. In this country, and the war
g OtTipil ,' countries Instead of states and where the Barry Goldwater. against communism In Korea,

t I.language changes at each border. Even The two who may have tin Stevenson gave the campaign
1 best chance for the prize don't dignit and Intellectual agility
so, European traffic regulations and signs even admit the)'re candidates, far above most campaigns In

% I are often more uniform as one travels although they do a lot of talking hhtur)'. He held Intetest. But by

Otay from country to country than they are : former Vice President thru the voters really wanted a
and chose the less artlc.
M. Nixon and Pennsjl. change!
here travels from state to state
as one vania's Gov. William W. S:ran. ulate Hsenhower.When: .

V "| Obviously, the lack of uniform traf- ton.If Stevenson tan against
Au Nixon is the man, the little Elsenhower In 1970 he never hada
.,, flc regulation throughout the nation, and element of mystery which gives chance B>' HIM, under EUen.

\y make standardization driving in of a traffic strange signs state, does easier not :: epee _1 :) I :i:}I ii ilt;;i;: :ifii:;7F.;: i:::: :..,..': a won't campaign apply.zest He before laid down it starts his tuied bower,its the sanity eoumihy aid had stability lecap.

campaign manners and methodsin Both McCarthyism and the Ko.
J or safer 1960. rein war were over

I, Some Florida gubernatorial candidate PET DOCTOR Scranton, for a man being The duel between Nixon and

i would do well to make this a part of his Today In Washington Iy A, W. Mellor, 0,V,M. mentioned, shows a strange in. Sen. John F. Kennedy gave the.
difference. Last month he saida 19CO campaign spice, particular
Honda/ Tnfftc Safety Counttt 1 campaign platform. When the govern. C Il, candidate for president to be'! ly the television debates Intel

regulations and signs in many of the ors of various states get together at their BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS \\ effective must be "real stirred est was high, so high the voters
states he traverses. / about the issues." He says he is were almost equally divided lie.
annual something probably -
meetings, not stirred up enough now. tween them, as Kennedy's hair.
Many Collier Countians are amazed could be done about this deplorable situ WASHINGTON fAP)-In the road ahead. It wasn't like this in what line win showed.

end shocked at the driving habits of some ation. news from Washington: The bill Is designed to pro. former President Harry S. Truman But nothing like any of those

of welcome and valued YOUNG SMOKERS: An In. vide full disclosure of Information 1 might now consider the'! campaigns Is in sight for 190-1, .
our winter visit.
At least it wouldn't hurt to have a creasing number of youngsters by government agencies good old days of 1948 when to at least not yet, \ ;
ors. To someone accustomed to our try at itl I are smoking regularly as earlyas unless the Information is clear. (l r .It

Florida; driving regulations, some of the fifth grade, a survey report. ly exempted by law. } I.

.'.', ._ ,. ....& ._- .. ed Monday. It would provide a court pro. THIS CURIOUS WORLD
: ; ; : *, '>> ;" Why? To show off, to appear cedure so the public and press i
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1.- ;. :. ,...<. ::;."., .... .,;> 'Y more mature or as a type of could obtain information
status symbol because they are deemed withheld wrongfully. 1L11\ t

not up to the mark scholastlcaJ- Sen. Edward V. Long, D-Mo., GRAND CANYON
ly. chairman of the subcommitteeon
The survey, taken by Young Administrative Practice and I WAS FIRST/ fxftofto ev MA.IOR
I Citizen, a weekly current events Procedure, said he was pleasedthe ftoweu: A art ARMEO "' 1100TE4C'fI& (.-
OPINION . . . .. publication of the Civic Educa. measure had won the sub. K, IN 106?. He DARED!

tion Service, got a response committee's unanimous approve WHAT INDIANS/ AHO HAROCNEP!
The Dial Tone
from nearly 150 teachers from al Monday but added: Q. Do female spayed calf F TiERSMEN' WERee' AIRAtpM

No Test The very young man's voice changes every section of the country. "We should not kid ourselves wakh their weight a* human do? 10 1R'f.

when he reaches 14, and a !girl's when she about the legislation's pros. Michel) Loudick, Great Bend,
Man's strength Isn't judged by the reaches a telephone POLARIS SUBMARINES: pects. There is Intense opposi. Kaniai M
number of promises he breaks -THE Gee cAsTLa (IND.) PUTNAMJ Secretary of the Navy Paul H. tlon to the bill from virtually A. I 1've yet 'lo see a col,or any other

aurfTOHATFrtuJ; COUMEK.NIWS ., COUNTY GRAPHICothers Nltze says America's Polaris; every government agency in animal step on the scales each morning
I r I submarined 'could cause so. Washington At best, it' will be end then ifiod Hi head with woWy
1 much death and destruction "as an uphill fight all the way." 01 humans do. But even without' this

to make the initiation of a nu. ritual, call ore bHtr weight' watchers I
clear war by an enemy irra. than moll humans, They stem lo how

say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS tlonal.Nltze'a Smokey Says: on Instinctive' (..ling lor keeping themtelves 1l AsPID'Eas FIRSTwEA
assessment of the Po. i '
In fighting trim Call who ,
)iris nuclear power came in a go I Is AS RredTAc ANY '1144Vi
outside, havo lo light' dogs, catch mice
FISCAL MYOPIA statement to Rep. George Ma. iii ,i I ITMAties TNeREArTeR,
Move Over Sire Mr !
NuntcrA and do other that normal
hon, D-Tex., chairman of the Ma, things colt
A favorite theme of (he infla House Appropriations subcom. ISA WEAK>NTOO- do, seldom hove weight, probltmi ifWoTa4tYtt.WN4ONtTS
And Take A Back Seat.
tionists is that Uw dollars present mlttee on Defense. lie had s USE IT SAFELY//iLeKlr il After all, what self.retpecting cal wont
loss of asked Nltze for lo bolonc wire pounds while yowling
purchasing power Is an unclassified
The President's Commission{ on the Status of Wo- eompartlvely mild and there- statement so It could be released on 'th* bock fence, However, there are

men ia composed, as you might have guessed, largely of tore no cause for alarm to the public. call who are ..pllndoor. all the ,lime

4Women They have been deliberating since Dec 14, Cited In support Is the slow rise and fed tidbits regularly these 'Indoor
secretary of Navy said call, like Indoor people, often become .
k 1961 and have the directest route to the of the consumer price Index sine
they come by the 11 Polaris submarines al. obese. On the -
195759. It now costs shade your next viiil to AXIS eVERy 24 Hams; s
a ;
foregone conclusion : They do not have all the status above J10T to buy the goods ready in service have all the too, watch the lion, tigers and other BIND WHlfJCff AflauMD HaSUH s. -

they think they are entitled to. and services that $l would have essentials of "an effective de. member ol the cat family They will ONC4T even 365"
terrent force" and could kill GAYS BcRiTAcso _
bought In 1957-59. This sometimes as pace up and down for hours lo gel,
Not content with being the prettiest sex, the most many as 35 million persons in a TRAWEl.6' GEAtYiE'S' tY -
is considered eierclie and keep In trim Given
acceptable rale A
numerous, the richest, the most powerful and the long nuclear war.UPHILL DIRECTION
of Inflation reasonable amount of food and a Q itla RATE of.45,2AO

er'hung, they want more. In particular, they want all But of course the bane periodfor FIGHT: A freedomof chance lo gel tome ...rcl.., a cat, AuLE8 fA R --

the status men have, plus any other kind of status they puipofep of omparlKon constantly Information bill with court whether spayed or not, will be a good HouR.
U being HrhHnrorl, thus weight, watcher
their hands enforcement has been
can get on. giving IIn of relative approvedby Apply the same safe habits to ._ --
It is not that they are tired of rocking the cradleor price wllh ppmrMme the alarming long- a Senate Judiciary subcom. fire as you do to gunpowder! '

anything like that. It Is Just that they don't want lei'ID IrrnrN mlttee but faces a long, tough CAMELR I IBy

anyone to get the idea that rocking cradles is all they The degree of Inflation becomes .,.... A

want to do. They will not be content, we gather, until positively frightening:; ; when itmv IRVING DESFOR
purisons are made from a
they are competing actively on even terms for the war price! bAse. The goods pi-.and AP Newtfeotures
heavyweight championship of the world and fielding a services that cost $I now would "I 1'1' '-UPIN ABOMA THE ANNUAL roundupof IL

team to out.dodge the Dodgers. 1939 have, cost around 45: cents In ERRED BLAZER' new cameras and equip

What they really want is not equality, but unequivocal {. DEI..OUT.E55 I ment for the nation's camera i
Even if the dollar's
present lOlls ACROSS ,
24 fans
constitutional superiority. They will get it, too. of purchasing power were reckoned 1. Spread lo Fngluillfuuli .. C on f' 0 R T. place in r

They have won every fight along the way, mostly by at no more than 1 per centa dry 25 Detrition VIOLA I V E 0 MAN Chicago Master this Photo year Dealers whenthe and

pretending they were inferior. And once they get their year the consequences over. a 4. Priests 26, Metal suit E N TIC I t. A DAN 0 Finishers' Association trade
:23-year span would be hair raising ... O I E v 0 T f. D .
teeth into it, they will win this one, too. At that rate the 4: "t'JII1ICIlI 28. Purcliaic show gets under way on March 1-
present 1o ACE:: RED:: I 0 5 t.
7 ,Vcldlt After the dealers' the
29,1rblum preview
-Charleston(W.Va.) Daily Mail mil dollar would have become nol ) ;
quite two-hit dollar In lens thanCrnrrntion 11 (Hereinphatlc SMIlhol Ie 0 l' 1- A R. I INN f. R new items will be on their wav 1-L

II Pmly Okhho/ :31:Cubicle 0 N S E T.A 'L I IN f 5 to their ultimate destmati >n :.

man 14, Frolic: 32, Bauer IR E. ADC I TONE' photographers. _
I 15 Freeze 33 Vineyard Here's some advance inform
: : SOLUTION Of SATURDAY'S PUZZLE lion about some of the upc..r mg
_ Freedom From SurveillanceWas 16 Type rr,
items. To ktart things oft in a"fcmall"
measure 34 Cape Horn 43 Centuries 5, Football
*'ay. let's talk abut
your photograph taken at the Association of the Bar of New IT. PaMlion name 44 [Cern II)' po.IUonabbr: the new Ansco Memoll automatu

the supermarket where you cashed York to place the subject "m a 18 Emmet 35 Over: poet 45 Person 6, Verge camera.
a check? 19 Culdo'i 36 Golf stroke It's the latest the .
larger context" through a prelimi- DO\\'. 7. Corroded in compact ,/
Is boss second note 37 Cuidoslow single-frame. camera trend which ... ...
your watching you on nary report and a conference of 8, 101 ..
20, Forage est note 1. Bed canopy loads standard 35mm' films hut CONVENIENT:;
closed-circuit TV?
leaders 9. Too much CAMERA smell
community to be held in : : in size easy on the
38, Fooled 2, Conductor: produces twice as .
plain many ptciuresThat's
Did you notice the advertisement May. It takes work budget tilnwiic automatic
account of changing :21, iuqube vase of tests because each: negative is in operation These are
for t tiny recorder with a microphone assumptions about "what can beheld 22. Deck: hand 39 Black -... 3. Mends 10. Resume half the site of the sunjurd35mm some of the advantage of the single -frame camera

small as a tie clip? private" and the need to keep 23. Sl11allrSI10, Offenll"e -I, Span of 12. Achieve: format. It's workable size trend. Here's one of the latest, the Ansco Memo II

Has your child been given a these from injuring "human dignity state abbr, action years 18 I 13.. Decree compared: with the subminiature which hat in addition, a spring wound film advance.
Serpent film of 16mm
sues cameras or
psychological test asking all soilsof diversity, and creativity"" It
19. Son of less yet the camera is tiny, openings. On automatic
personal information? seeks to balance society's needs for r Z 1 4 1 6 1 d 9 /0 Jeiher handles easily and slips conveniently after the proper ASA operations speed- the spool. Two"C" batteries provide

These arc some of the less sensational information with the individual'sneed N 11. Everyone into a pocket or purse of the film being used it. ut, the rolls power of film to expose about 25

questions riding in on a wave for freedom from surveillance it 11 12 Shrinking with hardly a bulge. electric. eve 5o1.nall'Ia a gold Other features

of American concern over the invasion This seems a rational ap- lof IS 24. Afflict: The features of the Memo II dot in the viewfinder thai there finder, zoom lenses are reflex and viewS
I's 4 camera are: 1. Electric eye fullyautomauceaposurebutmanual is enough light to take automatic -
of privacy. The United proach when absolutist positions on Drone a proper or manual exposure
I ,
States Constitution does not take either aide appear unworkable. 11 y rd 11 '7 Roman 4)operation if desired 2. \Iolor'ound marked UPOl ure ntht'Insufficient disappearance light of- operation. Less expensive models

account of the technical equipmentfor Hopefully the association's find. 10 II 11 Coons 1 film advance permitting a the gold dn calls for the use feature without are the alto automatic threading
and dossier. 'i/2 8. Tribunal I rapid of 20 atone of flash available
eavesdropping ings will provide guidance for public : i/ sequence pictures e e
available to both individual IZ5 24 10, Hydra ( winding, ira series wanted. pith an instrument small
making now policy on private security. In lS r; carbon so Careful darkroom worker might
Simple tone focusing and
convenient, which
and the b.
governmental probers. pre-transistor, pre-mlcro-circuit ,. 2' Z1 i; 13 21 ie t I. Fencer' ,with the setting visible in view- soeaaily and 'ell.a interested in a useful tccessory. -
The complexity of the legal problem age, Blackstone saw an indictable :. W sword motion I Ii 'mder. A short focal length f 2.8 have a camera photographercould on his filtered. a can with compressed

is suggested by the 1928 Supreme nuisance in those who "hearken JI i? J2 m S3 12. Fr. annuity I IW lens provides great depth of field at all times for any emergency person which blast, mouture-free "air"

Court decision permitting after discourse" under walls or ,. 13 Relic I is well 4. One-atcp flash exposure or occasional unusual picture negatives, lenses lint and dust from

wiretap evidence, the 1937 decision windows. Without some regulation 3" -p .tf : I' Crude melal I In addition dial setting there control.is shutter that he otherwise. would mill, photo equipment.. Called, slides! "Omit and,"
ruling out such evidence, the failure today, the concealed and 16. Suitable the can uses finger
ear on
eye 31 J D 1 I lock to prevent accidental ex- In the 8mm pressure
of the Kennedy legislation for may make the age of mass communications f. ''If 18. Good times I msures and a wrist strap as a Dime features movie automatic camera threading line, a button to activate the Jets of

controlled wiretapping, the con a time when the only 40 tfI lofl 19. Furnllh a I lafety measure against dropping of the film m the lading pr.nurlzedelun air A long |thin
plastic tub
tinued use of wiretaps by police safe private communication was crew The I Memo II, made in Japan by operation |Its "OuideOMatic"mcIdelti the nozzle can be inserted In

a long heritage of inconsistency. what Shakespeare tailed "n kind of sly .14. r-t.:14S. fll,yalbol.Radium I licoh, for speed Ansco.so all has the exposurerariations a fined film: and accept: any type .., roll of ail to specific to pinpoint spoil the or hard-'jets

welcome the present effort of excellent dumb tliumiiNC" Pornm.23 min a pew./.."... .2. Arund.1 are accomplished aulonui" use winding electric dries for lo-get-at areas. It', a product of

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r------ Tuesday March 3, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

riA Girt! Scout Notes High School Senior Citizens Hear ReportOn

'8p'PubIl"I"' T1MBERLAKE Science Fair Campaign For New Library

Details of the campaign to committee to arrange for a club *.

I Opens FridayThe raise an estimated $110.000for picnic In Lowdermilk Park at

From the Girl Scout Leader troop the a public library building a date to be determined by the
Apple .T on Central
Avenue between
magazine we quote the following, seed Grace", ate their food with V Seventh Annual Science Harris group.
as a thought for the month for gusto, and watched the sunset Fair, sponsored annually by the Sixth and Seventh Streets were When Club Treasurer
all troops: "A Girl Scout's dutyis before finishing their clean-up Naples Senior High School, will outlined to the Senior Citizens William Kollmeyer reported -
to be useful and to help others. chores. At the February 20meet. '. :f be held Friday and Saturdayof Club at Monday's meeting of there was $318.03 in the

There is joy and satisfaction ing, the troop evaluated the this week. The exhibits will the group. club treasuryC.A.WI.cksf1rst:

In giving of ourselves and In "cook-out" to see what had been be on display for the public from Frank Kerrigan speaking for president of the group, suggested
being unselfish. No one of us Is accomplished toward badge re. +, ut, ': i iW ie 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. each day. the Friends of the Llbrarysubmined that club vote $100 to the

self sufficient We depend on qulrements and what was left { Science class exhibitors will a progress report entire Naples Woman's Club for use

others; they In turn look to us to be done.Safety measures were lw get the projects set up on Thurs project and urged the seniors' of its quarters and $200 be i
for help The person who Is discussed ) a March S and will
and the better ways of day, judging group to support the fundraising transferred to the seniors'savings -
doing something useful and help. making and tending fires were follow that day. However, the Charts displayed
campaign. -
ful Is usually a happy person. checked. As February 22 was public will not be admitted dur. were account but no action was 4
Making one's self useful Is a ha Thinking Day, the troop joined Ing the preliminaries.Last with emphasis on the taken w, the suggestion.
something to practice and cult thoughts with Girl Scouts around nuhY' la year about 75 projectswere landscaping and the efforts of It was Massachusetts' day .,'
tlvate. Skills and knowledge enable the world and read from the hand. on exhibit. Students com the Naples Garden Club In that for the club and members from

us to Increase our useful books different greetings in other pete In categories of biology, direction to sun with a tour that state marched to seats

ness and helpfulness. We must languages learning new words In physics and chemistry, and general March 21. reserved for them. It will
be constantly aware of the needsof a foreign tongue. Each girl was ++ + science
be Indiana day next Monday. i
others so that the privilege presented with her World Friend F. C. McIntosh, who has as. ALL-FE MALE CAST Art Evens former
of serving can be extended to ship pin, learned the meaning of listed In previous fairs as chair. At Monday's meeting of the a president
of the club circulated the
greater numbers. In of the team has ,
even the design of the pin. Closing man judging Senior Citizens Club at
Naples, our troops are constantly ceremony was the Scout Friend. volunteered to act in the same which book for registration for the
trying to live up to this Girl ship Circle. capacity this year, It was an. were present,many hobby show to be held March
Scout law and this members found themselves 16 and explained that tables of
troops past Troop 211, Junior Scouts,under nounced.
month In promoting Friendship the leadership of Mr.Ackerman 'Ar Those Invited to assist with speculating as to the nature the exhibits will be ready at I:;

t programs with other troops have and Mrs. Belavek, met on Thursday the judging In the biology dlvl. of the program to be presented 12:30: p.m. on that date.
put the law Into action. February 27th at the Scout lion Include: Dr. H. R. Hulpleu, next Monday, March 9, by

House, opened their meeting with Mrs. Florence Albin, C. P. At. an all female cast. Thus far '!
Your Naples chairman and a Hag ceremony by the Dove klnson, J. R. Flnzer, J. V. Kea. the ladles who have been rehearsing Members Quit

Mrs. Robert Martin, co-leader Patrol. They practiced trail signs ley, Robert Llndabury, Eugene for weeks,have been Clinic InsteadOf
of the Senior Troop 241, spent and followed a trail laid out, r a McLain, John Nelson, and Artie able to keep their secret.

the morning at Camp Timberford then finished their buddy bur. L. White. But it is known that they will Cigarettes
on Saturday cleaning out the ners assisted by Mrs. Robert .. I Those Invited to assist with
T dance and and said
storehouse and assembling and Coe. f : judging In physics and chemistry sing, some LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The >
Inventorying all supplies.Troops areas Include: Dr. S. C. Monday that It is tobea"whlte" First Unitarian church's non f\
will find that there Is now a la. Troop 276, under the leadership e ., f Ogburn. Francis Flint Allan Ca. minstrel show with jokes as smoking clinic has disbanded 'jf

belled spot for each toolevery of Mrs. Betty Smith and 4t hoon, John Falll, R.L. Fraser, well.There Dr. George Klmbrough, direct P.:
type of supply, and we earnestly Mrs. Lorraine McKay met at 6 r7 .. Phillip C. Jones, F. S. Ricer was considerable com tor, said 18 of the 20 who orlg f j'"C:
urge all those using the Camp the Scout House Wed. Feb. 26th.ood Wllltan Pancoast, Walter ment also on the handy man. Inally attended, quit the clinic M
to keep the store house in g IA I Court of Honor was held by R. L. Telford, R. N. Wlltsie and ner in which the club's shuf- Instead of clgaretts. igg

order. Mrs. Timberlake also the Patrol leader to make their Lee Warrender. fleboard champions recently::

visited the SanlJon Sanitary Cor. Kaper chart for the month, and 1', ,. defeated a city team consistingof
poratlon In Fort Myers to learn plan evaluation of their World w' ; a, Mayor Archie Turner ana RESTAURANTTAMIAMI

what facilities might be usedat Friendship program the week Pole DefectorTo David
City Attorney Splngler. I TRAIL I
our own camp to promote i Initiation held for "
previous. was
PIPE SMOKING females seen on the and less. She smokes her pipe non. A committee was announced
sanitation and we can expect an Carol Forns. Members of this
installation which will benefitall troop will have the opportunity beaches and other spots around Na chalantly as she did cigarettes, and oc headed by Harry Constance Money

campers at Camp Timber. of their badge It draws which win handle a new shuffleboard Out of country owners
working on cooking ples are not uncommon sights. Mrs. casionally a comment or a West Gave
ford In the near future.All troopsare with the assistance of Mrs.Tart, tournament for club want FAST ACTION J
frown from
males she
Howard Sharp, Galleon Drive, Is shown elderly says, ,
to members.
urged use the camp start. home agent for Florida Power SEE THIS TODAY
Ing camping program with a nose. and Light Company, starting enjoying her "meerschaum" as she "but one man stopped and asked me In addition. Stanley Bennett Call

bag lunch and getting acquaintedwith March 17 for a period cf six shells with a new device to aid mol to try his brand of pipe tobacco." As U.S. president of the senior's group

the camp facilities; planning weeks. Girls must have permis. luscan enthusiasts in search of rare with every true pipe smoker, Mrs. Spy leads announced that Vice President G. H. LUFF
an excursion for the day with a lion from parents for this extra Walter Harris would head up a MI 2-2270
J. one.pot meal or foil cooking for activity and all permits must be finds. Mrs. Sharp, a former threepackper Sharp now has a collection of pipes, WASHINGTON ( )

\ f the next event, and working toward In by March 11. The course will day cigarette smoker, with plansto and as usoal a favorite one. "It's alady's Polish agent who defected to the,
overnights for the balance take place each Tuesday at the West in 1961 has been describedas
cut down without gaining weight, pipe, the stem a trifle longer
I of the year. All use of the camp Sunshine Kitchen ImmediatelyI the source of information
must be cleared with Mrs. I I after school for UV4 hours. All turned to the pipe. "It was a NewYear's and the bowl smaller," she said.McGrath that led to the arrest of several FLY NAPLES

Hill, 25691, camp director.On girls Interested In completing resolution," she said, "and I Ihaven't ( photo) Important Soviet bloc spies .
this badge please contact troop operating outside the United MIAMI
February 13 troop 212, Ju. leader before March 11. gained a pound. I inhale less States.

nlor Scouts, Leaders Mrs. Aunt
and Mrs. Rudy participated In an Troop 241, Senior Troop, un. The Pole was identified by New Year Round Daily Schedule
outdoor event, planned to enable der the leadership of Mrs. Lloyd Soviet Trying To Win Moon Hoffa Gets sources Monday as Mlchal Go.
lenlewskl United
who came to the
them to earn the"OutdoorCook"badge Hill and Mrs. Robert Martin, States In 1961 after reported. Naples To Miami
and to fulfill of i
a part Is planning a progressive dinneron
been In contact with 7.45A.M. PM.:
ly having 11.30. A.M. 3.45
requlrementsforattalnlngthe March 13. The eight senior

part"Sign of of the the Arrow"Junior ,Girl which Scout Is a pearance girls will at be each making others'their homes ap Race Desoite What They Say Bawled Out U.s. sine intelligence 1858. agents in Poland Miami To Naples!

program. Twemty five girls using as their program' theyne The sources said Golenlewski, 9:00: A.M. 2.15. P.M. 5:00: .P.M.

eagerly waited volunteermothers EATING"'. The route of the pro WASHINGTON (AP) After lines. It was billed as the 41, had supplied plenty of information
transportation committee to take gre.slve-dinner. Is af..foUQWs:, astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. world's mightiest rocket, and Judge ( to U.S. intelligence Connection and Ktwrvationa U any point U the worM
them to LowdermlDc'Park..Tlnet Bette RUmann-appetUers; Betty tide the last Mercury spacecraft put a 3'7OOOopound -satellite, the. :By which had been turned over to NAPLES AIRLINES '. -
girls had planned the day in advance .,I Decker..-ealadl Jane Forrester, around the earth, the U.s. world's heaviest, Into orbit. the FBI and fully checked out.
done the shopping,plannedthe Janice Hayes, soup; Pam space program fell into a public Ranger dashed for the moonIn CHATTANOOGA Tenn. AP Some of this Information was Naples Airport Contour 3 Miami. Airport
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menu at the Park, prepared and sleep. an attempt to take the first ,
Coe, meat Trudy Mar.. uneasy James R. Itoffa received a to have led to the downfall MI 2-S4J4 NE 4-5111
the cooking area, started the shal,.*meat| Mrs. Robert Martin, This year it awakened to the UJS. pictures, some 3,000 close In court today of important Soviet agents
fires, set tables and decorated *. co-leader ** vegetables; Mary thunder of giant rockets and ups, of the lunar surface. In the public reprimand abroad. City Ticket office:' Naples Travel A lent y 4 Contr
from the federal who
them. Other patrols set up dUo Helen Corwin, dessert; Karen found Its eight months out of the last 10 minutes her televisioneyes will send tloffa's Judge .. --tVI.. J
ferent types of fires In cleared Hultzen, midnight snacks. limelight had brought It new went blind-and there were
to the before
areas along the beach and prepared Could anyone think of a more muscle and new problems.The no pictures. But there are three cue jury A

the different types of firewood delightful evening nobody will new muscle Is Saturn 1, more Rangers ready to back nightfall.When court resumed this
using their scout knives, a weight lifting record holder, her up.
starve, that's for suret The croup morning Diet Judge Frank
and thus Implementing skill In will then spend the night at KarenHultzen's and first in a new generation of The Soviet Union meantime Wilson ,said he had heard the
use of pocket knife. The entire home. The following rockets that will reach to the sent twin satellites riding a sin. Teamsters Union president
will launch their moon and beyond. gle rocket Into long trajectoriesthat .
morning, girls shouting In the corridors outside
Deward PhillipsAt canoes for a canoe camping trip The new problems are a grow cut across the earth's radiation the courtroom. With the
log alliance of critical congress belts. One of them soars
Senior Girl
returning Sunday. absent he declared
Ft. ChaffeeArmy men budget cuts and evidence miles into jury ,
Scouts really have fun, and learn space. ''I sent a marshal to find out
of waste in the pell.mell rush to The object the Soviets said
E.Phillips !!
Pvt Deward things what was going on. He reported
of Theresa Phillips All leaders are requested to bethinking the moon. was to measure the radiation
son Mrs. back that Mr. Hoffa was complaining
2647 Pelton St., Naples, was seriously about Day Of course there was no real In the belts. very bitterly about the
C of the about volunteers for sleep in those last eight months The radiation is a potential :
assigned to Battery Camp, way the marshals were handling .. :1"I
8th Artillery's 7th Howitzer Bat. the many jobs needed to makea of 1963, not in the great internal hazard to astronauts. It Is so Intense the Jury." 1r

tallon at Fort Chaffee, Ark., successful camp for some 100 space factories where Ideas are that It spoils electronic Hoffa started to reply, but
hammered into hardware.But equipment aboard communications
Feb. 17.Phillips. girls was cut off by a wave of thejudge's
entered the Army in Remember the Neighborhood there was less activity at satellites hand. r
and Association March 23 the nation's spaceports be. Even though Premier Khru.
November 1963 completed meeting "This has happened repeatedly
basic training at Fort Jackson and plan to bring any exhibitsof tween Mercury's finale and the shchev has made statements during this trial," the judge
S. C. craft, posters, service projects end of the year, there were only hinting that the Soviets are not said Peering down at Hoffa, he \ !
five satellites fired aloft two for intent on racing the United
The 22. year old soldier program aids for exchange added "Let's discontinue these
attended Naples High School. with other leaders in the area. weather, two for science, one States for the moon, the evidence extremely loud arguments bothIn -r
for communications. Three of is strictly on the other J 'I
and out of the courtroom.
them came in the last 35 days side. Before his death, President .
In the hall, Hoffa had complained .
of the John F. Kennedy warned
year. that the marshals .
OWING TO NAPLES! Then came the new year, and against relaxing the V.S. space to escort the jury were assigned
the shooting schedule quickened. effort
acting as guards rather than es.cort. .
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Quiz Of tee has been after settled.the civil rights fight Immokalee Indians Over Alva

The fight hearings will be Romp

Liston-Clay Bout 1 held against the background of
proposed legislation designed to I

Hits RoadblockWASHINGTON Ing place under big time tough professional federal policing box. To Clinch Class C District TitleIMMOKALEE

by a national boxing commls.sloner. .
(AP) A .
planned running start this weekon The official would have broad SPIRTS Knocking off
a Senate Investigation of an
powers to check Into agree [
two dangerous opponents on
unusual promotional deal be. ments between the camps of
successive nights.Immokalee'JIndians
tween champion heavyweight Casslus Clay and boxing ex. rival boxers, between boxers . . . . . . . rode to the Class
and "hidden" managers, and to
champ Sonny Liston has run combat underworld Infiltration District 13 basketball championship ,

Into a roadblock. of the boxing business.The 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, March 3, 1961 Saturday night.
Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., legislation was suggested Exuberant hometown
announced Monday he will haveto several years ago by the late has learned he probably will be swooped down from the

delay the hearings until after Sen. Estes Kefauver, D.fenn., refused permission to conductany NFL Will Not and milled around the midcourt 444
the Senate finishes its forth com. and the idea was revived after hearings while the Senate area as Coach

Ing debate on the civil rights Clay dethroned Uston a week pursues a schedule of early. Pelham's team accepted "' naw
bill. Thus the Clay.Llston hear. ago tonight. starting sessions to clear the Broadcast On big championship following
Ings probably won't begin for Hart had expected a lull in way for the civil rights debate, trophy
the Indians'
several weeks or months. Senate business which would decisive 6845
But, Hart said, the probe let him conduct hearings Thursday Former Yankees Gene Mood- Friday NightsNEW victory over Alva. 4R
will be "one of the first orders and Friday, with Liston and ling Sherm Lollar and Billy Now Immokalee Is :
of business" for his Senate Anti. Clay among the witnesses.But Hunter ire coaches under Baltimore YORK (AP-The Na. County's last hope as
trust and Monopoly subcommit. his announcement said he Oriole Manager Hank Bauer. Bond Football League says schoolboy basketball tournament
there will be no national tele.
heads into
ry -7'" vision of its Friday night games. regional
4. College and high school leaderssay next weekend. The Indians upended

.. that's Just dandy, and all favored Everglades. 6763

is sweetness and light today In on Friday night

: '. .. ': .i the undeclared and unofficial chance against Alva. Immokalee 4

.... G..I: J :P dispute. probably will compete

', "We are very pleased by the the regional at Lake Placid.The i
1"--- decision by the NFL," said Asa Indians took a while

Bushnell, head of the NCAA started .
get Saturday
I? night I
television committee after the
trailing by a 12-5 score J e
statement by NFL
Commission. 217
the first But
er Pete Rozelle Monday. quarter.
quickly pulled even and In
1 "We feel It was the wise de.
2 clslon to make to avoid over. latter part of the third quarter
Immokalee drew r LiO
exposure of football on televl. away l
slon Bushnell the cold Ramblers. F a nl
continued. "It ,
leaves Friday night to the high It was a ragged and rough

schools and the few collegesthat contest from the start, as ?< M1
play on that night" teams missed shots and committed

t II A t tL The NFL had put a "prema. fouls. Alva looked disorganized

4, lure" label on published reports on offense playinga
of a possible national telecast. run-and-shoot game that netted

Ing of a series of five Friday only 15 successful shots

L I'.i1 night pro games, but didn't get of 84 attempts.
around to a concrete statementon
Lamar Pollock, the ( ) romped to a 68.45 ,
it until vantage, victory
'' Monday. Those reports
THE DONKEYS didn't show I : ..tt' "'Ii. [.' _J'ffJ.!\-. had brought considerable leading scorer during the season Bob Hart of Alva leaps in vain effort
his of
up for Saturday night's '. '"';, .. fire Athletic from the Association National Collegiate through. the,woods brought In the second team out quarter to block Thomas' shot Bill Driver ((3)) I

scheduled basketball extra ff Q' Executive Director Walter By. and scored a flurry Im leads group of players who didn't

tania between the Rotaryand .... ers and Bushnell, as well as points in the third period ad- break as fast as Thomas and Hart
Klwanig Club, but the \ ,. '. leaders of various high school put the home team In cc.ntroI.PoUock's
teams did. In the top photo ;. ; groups two field goals In Glenn Lambert seven, 34 consolation game over Bishop -
Driver and Rutledge Verot of Fort Myers In a
!I. the
Rotary team. "Tiny" closing seconds put

Phil Derbyshire (seated) Is In front a: halftime 23.21.Alva preliminary contest Saturday
Relnbott led Alva night. Coach Phil Larson play
holding the ball so you can regained the lead 18 points but he had a ed his second stringers
tell what kind of a team it intermission but Jerry Rutledge
night with his shots. throughout the first and third
Is. Standing (I l-r) are: Joe hit twice from the ..
only out of 36 quarters and when all but three 1
Bertolaml, Miles Seofleld, to put Immokalee in front, 3330. And as Relnbott goes, Verot players fouled out, Lar- .
Tom Brown Tad Prater and Pollock then hit a layup.was the Ramblers. The rest son voluntarily reduced the
John Collins. At right lathe fouled and rebounded successfully
were Just as cold. number of Gators on the court.
Kiwanis team. Kneeling when he missed small consolation to Butch Hughes who had 534

(l-r) are: Phil Brunk and free throw. Gators to win a 94 points during the season to seta

Tom Elwell Standing (1 l-r) Pollock worked well on school record did not play

Rae Hendrlx, Hank Buck baselines all night and Saturday because of a knee Injury -

hannan, Floyd Schreek and driving shot from the side Jack Davis had 22 Gator

Bob Hartnett. The truck it 3930. From there it points Charlie Goff and

bringing the donkeys broke Wlllard Wooten 12 each. David

down somewhere en route to 44'L Barton 11, Junior Ballard 10,
Naples and fan were re MichiganLead eighth grader John Potter 10

funded admission fee and ( ) right for them to do It. I more,Danny Smith seven,Peter
went home, but not the play AP Top whoever gets to the pea Weeks six, and John Dickerman

i era. Two hour later they wins the battle.;'\ and Jimmy Collins two each.

were helped home, with blls* Ten Cage PollBy .

tered feet and sore ",ulld..

as a result of a long I court BEN OLAN Dogs At Bonita
Associated Press Sports .
battle, but no ore knows the
Michigan's Wolverines
score. (NEWS photo) into the runner-up position
hind alUconquerlnz UCLA Joy, moving up a bi.'indie girl has started only
tL t The Associated Press is the favorite in the five times Itl( (ho Bonita Oval,

college basketball poll today. A 10th race on tonight but has! emerged: with two win
WANA SWAP? UCLA piled up 398 points : at the Naples-Fort My- /and 'two seconds, all with nome

Vanderbilt Beach 3 bedroom 38 votes (for first place and Club The 11 race fast limrg. Pure Sand b I named

home? Pine Ridge for second from the 40 begin at 8:15. for 'thl'I place |mMlinn with
/ Blacken) Rosrv expected In
selectors participating in scoring an Impressive
3 bedroom home? Naples L how.. Olhrrx HIP field
next.to-last poll of the in the good time of 31::49. in are
Bowling stock? Duke and Oregon State Joy, owned by F B Stutz Whlley DewiM, BlR Shark Mrfr
lected the remaining first by Tommy Lee, Is Cooper Venire. nnnlhei' floe:
votes. The final poll will In the feature race moving up after H Bltlnry' ,

6. H. IUFF tc... IC. E taken next week. Rood dogs as Pure Mete and Rwker R'xkx

Drok., y. Michigan switched Blackest Rosey This ENTRIES
r4' : y with Kentucky's Wildcats.
7 First Orada O ./11Deco.t.d
411 Ith St., So. Napes It Wolverines had 322 points RESULT t Surprlta' Echo t 2
Kentucky 300 on a basis of a.. dwy Moka 12 Mr Swaat" S
--1 for a first place vote, 9 for T-lltM Quln. $51.00 "' ''I.n. I Earl Stone 72
(2)11)40 440 400 An Ya Know 12 Eyd Mae I
ond etc. The balloting Elana ((4) I (0 S 20
based on games through ( Steak (I) 120 Sacond Orada D S/lt
Saturday. Wood Ha 4 Volu.... 1
TODAY'S BEST OPPORTUNITY T-11:41: Quln HIM HI Carbon t Tuna F,ah t
UCLA lifted Its record to Sue (5)) 23 20 12 20 4 00 ,,'.. Mor|.n 7' Sod I
last week by defeating ((4) 7 (0 4 10 Brdwy Rock 10 Frank' Bill t
(I) J 20
ton and Washington State Third Orada M "/11
"' : Igan beat Illinois for a 19 Double ((21) SIMM I'rol'elom.' I Sharp Tonlu J
\-V' Doubl. Pat 'M, Crlyn t 2
mark while Kentucky lost tl K
,. .. T-II:II Quln $15.0e Panworth 10 You Name M. i 2
third game of the campaign, ((4)) '.20 210 240 Hackatt t Gay (lltut 10
59 to Alabama, and (It 4 00 2(0
? K Rckr ((2) 4 20 Fourth Grada E SltParfact
Tennessee 4238.
Jack I 1<."1011'/1 I
f iulf Of T-II:N Quln 12100 .
Wildcats have A
fOr lniU HAOI won 21. COII.M r 12 tiack Toe t
Duke Wichita and ..a ((3) 7,20 1 SO 1 00 IIn... Up 72 Hud 1
ttr (41 440 420
4 1 Match 10 Echoed t
k'e y, 'CAUI. to"I1' r State followed Kentucky, Sunny (15) 1(0
iUND ,.'rl r c. FO 1 MYERSt4APlE5 In Firth Grad D t/ll
KlFMA KALH _. .,+ -oQoe: log their positions the T-Jl,72 Quln 12400 Jenny lye III "nnd It' Ynu I
tt order as last week. ((3) $10 440 1(0 Kind 5i.r 1 Mow Alt Jm, 72
+ + However, Davidson's 81.82 IV (10 4 (0 Dusty' Dr,41.r, .2 8dwy Tiny SSpac.
a: a' .P I') 140 Monkey 7 .Ieam.'d' Mar I
M M I back by Virginia Military
U,, si pA"'A" {ApkOAD suited In a shuffle In the T-fO:I* Quln $42.20 Slith Grade T '/1
four places In the Top Ten. (ID .1100 410 440 Nip a Shadow2 Rocking R.d 72
(tl, ) 20 210 1
Ricky Do E"ra K'ng SOceru.
A ''ueJloAo Wildcats from Davidson, ((2l, 120 Mar I B."y M. I
.. tumbled Into the 10th spot Trim Tim. 10 abrocnt I
J\ .
r T-II:17 Quln til 40
POINCIANA Vlllanova, DePaul and Lo>' ((7)) 21 10 7 00 1 (0 tavanth Orado C 11'Yo
1 u"o colro4Arlown of Chicago each climbed On II) 400 160 II Dal Evant 10
,,. BONIIA SPRINGS notch, to seventh, eight Ever ((0)) 540 Sandy Haruman Car 72 I Colton Swlttla' Watcher ,t

s ninth, respective! T-J1:7S: Quln. $1740 Candy Spot 12 found Stinker t
The Top Ten, with first Friend ((, 110 n 00 700
,. ((2)) 110 540 Eighth Grade C t/ll
votes in parentheses and (ll 110 Plunge t Brandy Go 1
T-II:11: Quln II*,M Racavarad 4 Llttla Lockal 10
(III) 14(0 720 420 $an.tor I Ray Boy 12
in parcels of forty or more acres are being offered several parcels on either Estero River or Ostego 2. Michigan O 12)((1) 310 'I.00 20 Ninth Grada I '/1'Er.

3. Kentucky .... ,.. ,, .
D I 2 Mar How Bill 7 2
for sale in Lee County, midway between Bay directly across from the new Causeway under 4. Duke (1)) T-11:41: Quln 11.40 J W Oabb 10 Anna Lit .
5. Wichita Monarch (II) 1400 120 120 F ary Haian I Dollar Cotton t
Naples and Fort Myers. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort Myers Beach and Bonita 6. Oregon State (1)) (((1)(4) 110 140 2 (0 Chiaf ,Paawaa t Shop 12
7. Vlllanova Tenth Orada A lllBlckat
the fastest growing areas in Southwest Florida! Beach. 8. DePaul T-40:01 Quln '54 20 ROilY t 2 Pure Sand I
Bronc ((1)111021(0 5 20 Wh lay D.wtt 71 Coo par I Vanla I
9. Chicago Loyola (,i) t to 130 B,g Shark Mar I Alit I
10. Davidson Carrot (2) 110 Mac Joy 1 Rockar Rocks 12
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L..d'1' Loo 12 Fancy Pam I
Maralla 4 V'cky Wink 1Bnal
Work I D.... Flown 1

Tounkhlp 4ft/ Smith' hang' 23 last: Section :II (fractional ACOUSTICON
the Atlantic Coastline Railroad touches or runs 11'' ,) and DA .rr,'. adjaiinl In Ad. K K. In Swtlon Vt, Town
.hll 47 ISoulh scams W I:a .l-&.'tton S (U HIV"t lots 1213: tXG'fPj
through three of these parcels. The Tamiami Trailis :h'4 of SE';<,4 & 8tl.;'. Kl :Nsi* StHllon K 181.( < of 8tl.' fart: S NO 4r HEARING
of fotmly Road) Station f (S'j'\ 0' S'. "p.l ol I'.S. 41)) Section'
adjacent to another parcel. A paved county K (Nil' ) Stx-Uon |Ulan( rirl\ tl, siren) Hrrtlnn IT (portion
nl 8>V''| South and bleat of Spring Crrfk. N'j' of N'i of lNF'i AIDS
road runs through parcels in two sections. Eai.1 of (County' Road: S'j of N''. ol N't! and 8'. cll
Nl( ) Section IK ((;01 tnl.8't!! of 1, all ol 2 &; 4) Section 31nrtbm 01 hollllh".t .1"rlcJa
(( ol N\\"*. and W'i of SH4'! South of !Sprint! rrrrk)
Section tl (\\t! and 814):' Ttlon it (portion! of 8\\,1." and
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Spokesmen for the colleges big, as the hall was only half- Monday night's Little League ley; June S, Holland Salley-

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PLAZA BCAtm" SAWS Lost leather folder contain Pleples Bowling Stock "for .C'.' In January. This schedu- ering champion.But season ends July 3, barring ley; June 17, Jaycees Trail

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MAKE AN OFFER. Attractive. home. 420 I7thA'So. *; In the fans nowadays.It challenger, blinded by liniment Jaycees, Holland Salley Trail bl't'n'another hol .1ne
t. POND 1 bdrmt. 2 baths. lot 110x Daluk* bedroom", 2 beth
YACHT BROKERAGE 59 FORD HT 4 Dr 695 195 100' on canal with' covered hem ______$47.SOO Is no longer financially necessary applied cy naudlers to the charnpion's Cleaners. one at The Moorings Gulf and
Compl.t. Naples 57 FORD boat (lip' Priced very reaunable Cu.IOm..tyled 2 bedrooms, Country Club, the 11th perfect
Fine Inboard Boats Lilting From SI BUICK Wagon Cenv 395 Cell Oxford 4.3143 or 2 b*"'. "__ __ $21000 to fill all tri: seats, shoulders. The chal- May 20. Holland Salley shut) sine the
Martin MI2.3757 20'Bob 52 FORD XLSOO "HT 2195 345 writ L. D. Gla.ion. 115 Madon 1 bedroom, 2 baths III.100 because television has just a- lenger nearly quit on the spot, Jaycees, Exchange Standard self course was
ne Drive. Ft. Myer Fla, 2 bedrooms. I bath _:$14,100Rrn opened in September.
Bunk.Smth Chrlt Craft ,.. 60 CHEV 2 D,.
5. 57 Old II HT 995 J/3.lt bout guaranteed a profit for but three minutes later It was Oil) May 22, Kiwanis Stan- Charles J. Smith of
49S Largo
21 Ft.SPORTS Ulrlckton FISHERMAN flying bridge. 61 SI OLDS CHEV II 4 Dr. 695 OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 ..iI' ._mbr contact. to rent buy or each of the pro grid teams. the champion who ungracefullyquit dard Oil, Trail Cleaners Exchange la the latest ace shouter, execuU,

225 Gray Marine. ..p. threecomplete S9 CHEV 4 Bus 0,. 1495 195 A 1 BR homes on llth Av*. Liicil't' OtIs Leah Brown And It appears the TV networks his title by staying In his ; May 25, Trail Clean- Int the perfect shot! on number
So. between
with fishing, 6th 4 tth St*.
many other .xtrn chairsand Top 57 57 MERC FORD HT HT 595 priced from $14.SOO to $17,500WILLIAM Corner Virg of I Marcum lit Av*. Bob No. Jaeaer 4 Tarn starved for fresh corner as the bell rang. ers Standard OU, Exchange- 13 hole, which playa about 173:

condition Bo. 2.212.$4950 00. Call Burton 62 SCOUT 4 W Dr 1495 495 Builder B. STONE, INC "...' 't.iIDEVEY' program material readily So the new champion declared Kiwanis j May 27, Exchange- yards Smith used a three.woodto

2.' hou.qbOll'. all Conn.n.nc.s. Saletmen P..,.. : Paul Graham Tom 60 Tenth St. No. Ml 2-1731 POLLY accepted the NFL offer to fill "I have upset the world." Holland Salley, Standard OU- join the select circle of golfers

71 h.p. Palm I.m2. Marina. Blue -Elton iiill bring Oavidton your Lauren choice 3 bedroom. 2 baths. IVt block up prime time Friday nights. The world replied with a smirk Jaycees; May 29, Jaycees .
21Z.5tFor Ml I 2 3090 or Ml to you Call MI 2 MS4 to 500 bach, On Central Ave $31.. REALTY The ruination television programming and a yawn. Trail CleanersHollandSalley- Mr. and Mrs. 1 K. P. Miner
COLLIER COUNTY Has deluxe living room
-" Your Friendly MOTORS. Florida room combination with, so far has been the The first of 13 major lea- Kiwanis, end of first half. of Cort land,N.Y., were witnessesto

Sale: 2( fl* Damelt built MERCURY H MOl Dealer firaplec screened porch and MOflf THftN HALP OP exhibition at Fort 1 Standard the tmuie4n.vnme
Boat 145 H.P. freight I. enclosed gerege Alto' Includeddreped policy to cash In as much as gue games June Oil -

Teak Chrytler decks, froth Loaded water with,cooled: TRUCKS YOUR STATION CHOICE $295 WAGON Mcbride.end Realtor' carpeting, 532 Park.Tom St RETURN FLORIDA FOR TOIRISTS ftNOTHER VISIT WILL I possible on what the people Myers Terry Park Is less thar Kiwanis, Jaycees Exchange; 'Hurry' I I. (King) Crosby, the

E. Turner A Son. I no entret M Jon Chev Panel Truck So. MI. 2.6144. 2/lltf seem tc like at the time. When two weeks away AU games June 3, Kiwanis Jaycees crooner, is a vice president with

Midway 722055Business .. I ton Ford Panel' Truck viewers see too much of what will start at 1:30. For those Trail Cleaners Holland Sal- tin Pituburgh I'lrmta.NEW.
'SI tHg: ttOi79 Wagon 4 BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME who missed the Pirates .
like bor seeing
YOUR With II X 30 ft. Florida Room. they though they get
Oppt. FURNITURE NORTH FAIR large Crooned patio, mailer ed. Any good thing can be overdone spring training home '-"
bedroom and bath. air condl I
TEXACO'FOREASE: 3/3 honed; utility ,room 2 ear carport 4'RPET'fiIEM and In the TV Industry schedule, here It Is. Jv

MODERN J BAY SERVICE' : UIt.Clu.le, MG TC RH Drive. pump. city for prlnkhng**wereg*.G well E. stove and It probably will be. March 15, Kansas City Here NoW...
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID original' mllse. rettored end refrlg. All rug end drepe. March 17, Washington
TRAINING PROGRAM AND NOTChiep. Ml 2.7305. 3/3tf tome furniture. T.V. cable. gas Though football Is not the March 20 White Sox 7 Now!
FINANCIAL I ASSISTANCE had ONLY 115.500. Located at Help
same adult
AVAILABLE. CONTACT DON 40-Autos Repairs-farts 1151 7th Av*.. No. Call Bill / as westerns or hillbilly March 21, Cincinnati to 1964LAWNBOY
ABERNATHY TEXACO 'INC Tucker, Midway 2.8056. programs after a while
Ed 74122 2/Hf March 23, Yankees
.ltROAICW\ even the most ardent football
FOR LEASE MODERN 2 9 Bedroom 2 tile bath home 'URllle March 28, Houston
BAY PHILLIPS IS SERVICE located In The Mooring Car ctejgg fans can get tired of watching
STATION ON THE NORTH LOOK HERE paling, throughout living room, March 29, Philadelphia
TRAIL 'IN NAPLES. PROVED dining' room hall and one bedroom PUBLIC NOTICEIN games on TV. It Is not unreasonable April 1, Baltimore!
GALLONAGE. TOP LOCA. Completely air cond it ion.
Wondering where to to predict that theA1'L
TION. SMALL INVESTMENT fe ed and heated disposal dithwether n' April 2, Milwaukee
REQUIRED AS FINANCING' With your car problems T Paved driveway to eer THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE: will get into the act soon April 3 St. Louis
AVAILABLE FON QUALIFIED Factory Fmlth Paint Jobs port and storage room Nice TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF with either Friday Saturday ,
night or
PARTY 'RR7.f0XE'o3l FT Wreck Rebuilt crooned In porch Lawn sodded THE ITATE OF FLORIDA IN AND April 4, Detroit
MYERS 49305.: : and partially landtcaped Ph FOR COLLIER COUNTY night televised games to
6 Minnesota
3/405t Tunatip Ml 2.4104 after I p.m. No brok. IN CHANCERY" April ,
Front end alignment ert pl..... Case No 2007 go along with the traditional April 8, Dodgers'Flamingo
I Motor Overhaul 'EIIi'bdrm. FRANCES E. BOSTICK Sunday afternoon entertain-
Instruction .
Schools furnished house TIc.. Florida.
Trxmmittion rebuilt .IM bath beautiful fireplace.. et el. ment. LEA CATCHER MOWER
? RA"a"TUTORI"Q: IERIn'CP wkabet4s.eUnd.rc.eI screened patio utility rm carport i ,.. ., .el.j'tlff l ,
; : Beeutlfully landacaped ;.. ,. w f The fact that pro games are Stakes ,
NOW .|N OUR bt* YEAR !. 2.4735.58Lots. i LUCY ANN SALAS to be televised on Friday nights

AU Subject O uelilitd. BhsPoll'" &.W.i JOE SlQSBEE: SALAS WALKER may not hurt attendance at high W/

Level.* For Sale MINNIE: WALKER, school games too much this Ends Hialeah'sSeason
Age* Teacher* DonS look any further et .1,
SPECIAL HELP See Defendant year or next. But colleges and WAY
Write los 331 A N p'e*. '1.. Ingram Chevrolet Inc. PORT ROYAL Lot tt 122. Gal THE STATE OF FLORIDA' TO: high athleticprogramsget TodayMIAMI
leon Drive For Sal or Treds. LUCY ANN SALAS whose addret no subsidy from TV, and
Ill fIN st. N Mil.tits Writ G J. .Herbert. 2620 Post I I. unknown to Plaintiff' JOE FINGER( TIP EASE
12-Help WantedSmall Naolet.' Fl., Road Darisnonn___._ SALAS, husband of Lucy AnnSale to make ends meet they- need Fla. (AP)-Hlaleah -
*. whose address I la unknownto
For Sale Wooded Lot near Plaintiff. fans.Fans Park winds up its 4CWJay meeting .
.. motor route opening toon 48-Apts. For Rent Shadowlawn School. city .water SlQSBEE WALKER whose addreia they won c get If the today, offering the $100,000.
Can b* handled by car or mo. availabls" E..y T.m. Call I I. unknown to Plaintiff becomes
public apathetic to added Flamingo Stakes for :3.
torbik Bond required Call or Mldw.y 2.6192 0'. see you MINNIE' WALKER wife of S 1.*
..* Mr. Hermenton at th* COLLIER FOR RENT: BY WEEK OR broker bee Walks to Plaintiff. 'whose. address I I. unknown football because of the steady year.olds as Its feature attrac

COUNTY NEWS. MONTH 2 BEDROOM APART. To tattle Ettete Lot II. Block If lIla abov*.named persons r*. procession of games across the tion.Eleven
MENT IN LOVELY SECTIONOF K. Pine Ridge rlft.naIOtI. epectively be ."".. end If any of TV screen throughout the week were entered In the
REALTY 3750 persons are
For reliable men or woman to BEACH. CALL Ml' 2.6192. 1V miles race, each carrying
..,,, No. Trail Ml 21155 2/1 It. their retpecliv unknown heiridevltett end. And there lies the real
ic. customers In Maple 3/ltf 122 in the
legatee grantee credit pounds first major
Full or part time No In".t.m.nt. 75' 100' Hom.tit. I block ort or all other danger to the sport If the NFL
Write C. R. Ruble Dept 2 bedroom Apt. For Rent furnith.d to beach 3rd Av*. No. $.,700 claiming I i Interettt parties by.througll.or parsons under follows with Its event of 1904 for Dorby.ago
Fl, P' O Box 2447 or unfurnihed Seaionmonth Tom Me B rid.. Rtallor. 112 or against them respectively, ; through plans. horses In the East.
"***.*: M.rr.s; or year round On Gulf Park St. So. Ml' 2.6K4. 2/ltlf end elI peron or pirtios havingor (Note all the above was The forecast called for partly
!'**.* quahl, d sales Shore Blvd. nics ",.w of Bayor claiming to have
h.lp to Mult'-Family' lot. 65 X ISO Good any right
mitt In keeping ebreatt of the Ru,'. Call Midway. 2 23SI or location Reetonabl Ml 2.3544 title or Interest In end to the written last night before I cloudy and mild weather, witha

many opportunity, presenting > 5IJIModern !_vening__,_ 7/2lths following.described land lying and knew about the NFL's backIng fast track.
themielve. being In Collier .
Mutt b. County
creetlv I bedroom unlurm.n
Long hour hard work Tom ed APARTMENT .with compl.l- 75' 100 Home.lte S block to'wt: down from Its decision to From a list of 81 nominees, j\\ MOWLEAVES
McBrlde' Realtor, (32 Park St. kitchen Near beach and thoppng to beach 5th St. No. $4.SOO. Th* wt 420 feet of the south televise on I for which owners paid $200 each,
So. : : 210 feet of the northwest Fridays. was not
3ltf13H.lp BY SEASON OR YEAR Tom McBrlde Reeltor S32 quarter
Jtt fth Av*.. S.. Ml 2.339JtTTTenciet Perk St So. Ml 2 M44 2/lltf of the .outhwt quarter of energetic enough this morning the field was cut to 11 of the
the northwest quarter' Section beat at the moment. It cost
Diy, Week, orMonth II Township M South, to revise It, Nonetheless this
Lot* In Naplet Park Term: Rang It (
to enter and
Wanted $1,000 $1,000 to
low $10 down month : the west Is
a* SIt just a
2.2302 or Ml 2.S1S5Attrective Ml 2-4665 or Ml 2.per 7440. Eve: 22 V* feet thereof. previously' conveyed temporary victory for start, making a pool of $138,200.Of 0 AWAY!

W.t,..* wanted Days only 2 bdrm Apt. w'".... nmgt MI 22344. fda, to Collier County Flor high schools and colleges. Soon this, the winner gets $89,830with
Apply in person Only. Golf lOg walking dislence. of beach ..nd.hoppnl 3/ltftth C/-h of you la hereby notified the the AFL may go ahead with $27,640 for second 13.820
2/IltI.Bi.ccan.er! b.tw..n I* I: 30 onlyCaroutel 1125 per week or 2/20tf MM FRANC E. BOSTICK. et al, have Friday night TV.) for third and $6,910 to the fourth
monthly Lot. Sabal Shore. Convenient filed' their worn Complaint tn the
G.;;. ;w.nled Tu... F".. 4 S.t. ANNETTE: C. WINN Realtor Location, Price $795 Silt Circuit Court Twelfth Judicial Clrcuit place finisher.
N.ht., Apply In parson .t $2> tth St So dn. David C Jon.i Reeltor, ill in and for Collier County S 00 Wlndfields Farm's Northern MOdel 7253
6th Av*. SO. Ml 2.HS2 Florida. against each of
Drive In. you at
bedoo"Ki7h... 21 Cut
I Defendant seeking to quiet their Dancer, with Dill Shoemaker

Heir..Stylist in lop nalery. 50cr.siit. living ly' monthly room dining or year room.round We.k PhMl i0's'13S'107th Avenue lot 1H In blk Naples*. watt Perk of title, .to the .bo".d..crlb.d reelettate By now, most everyone has riding, was a slight favorite
Commission. SlatsquetifiCetions. 23601 er 23055 Trail, acrott from Hall over Harbor View Farm's Roman .
i Kingdom Each of
I I. further notified the
Box I737AA Col. you gotten in his
two bits'
Ii., County New 2 bedroom ...ou... furnished Church lit $500 get it. Inquire you are required to file, your writ worthof Brother, under Bob Ussery. .
'/2': 3/1 Cell Midway 2 Jl9I after t::3. .c'ou the street from chuch. tell" Answer In tho Office, 01 the opinions about last week's
OM 3/1.11 Clerk of the Circuit Court In and celebrated 01ttsfl
Women '
to do event Miami
light housework
for Collier Others
County Florida drawing considerable
'In the
and cook 1 meet I hours daily Kitchenette Apt. Call Ml N1I2. BARGAIN Court House In East Napla I Florid Beach. Whatever the outcome. ? _
or 1 hours were Sisbie'sQuadrangle
3 days 0 week Ph support Rokeby ;
3/3 _ *. before
__ on or April Ird 1964
Ml 24104 after I p.m. if Furnished bedroom apartment .0 bor Waterfront'lead to Lot the at Gulf.Gulf Her. end to ..,,,. a copy 01 said Answerupon It looked as If the only sure Drtullo Daeza; --
huge I kitchen Plaintiffs' I or upon William' H loser was to be the sport of Clalborne Farm's Alphabet, Dill BPG -

14-Help Wanted Mile 4 batfi Ml ;fl.'oom. .2/25tf: $1.000 Each all camPfton Qracely.dd. Plaintiff,..,. I. t4t Attorney Fifth Avenue hereinwhote : boxing itself Even boxing asa JUrtackj Roy SturgU' Mr.

1 beIm..1It by week or month MIdway 2324 South Naples. Florida. on or before business took financial beat- Brick, Walter Blum, and Fourth Mit5papS
TV on ubi. fireplace beat laid dt: otherwise said Complaint
Oat station .attendant all Ml 2.2152. 2/21 1',, NICE LOTS ON MORNING. will be teken a* cOnfessed by you Estate Stable's Journalist, Ray Take it easy! Let LAWN BOY

at round ItE.:*o..r.' hmT..r.PI y Completely! furnithed a pert SIDE DRIVE NORTH NAPLES entered and a Decree.1.n.1 Pro Confess* will" be PUBLIC NOTICE Droussard. jrvtll work Vacuum action sweeps

2/21:1/1.3 ment. TV on cable. open fire: I/lit 100 135 Ml I 2.4735.59creage WITNESS my hand you a* Clerk of ud, The field was completed by ,leaves and grass Into big' 4.

tm.Assistant G.n..t offic.office manager lull. rlece:: .. r'at-; Av" *.or Ml month 0.2552.: ide Circuit,, and Court the ttal of Collier' of the County said Court.Flor NOTICE OC INTENTION TO Tumblewood Stable's Ishkoo. opefski(. bushel' catcher bag 4 Way finger -
wok. ,1.Inl.
typing tend return* a* to 3/3.HFurnithed .t Eatt N.plo. Collier County" REGISTER' FICTITIOUS NAME d.J1, John Sellers; Cecil Car. .Tip, Ease makes LAWN.BOY

.pnnc. *g*. reference* Etficiencie .75 for florid. on trie 24th day of Feb fy The lh'und.'ln.d l we are' conduct doe,hereby s Rentalpartntant cerI mine's Dandy K., Mickey Solo. eisiest, to start, lightest to push,
Mutt have CO,. Box I7J7Q Co: March 550 per mo t".,..".,. ruary. A D HM A but,n..* et ng 1120 Gull monel; Marion n, Frankel's Bu- easiest' to handle Get it
tier County Newt 3/l5t The OUPREE APTI. 29 91 2H Acre Camp Site $215 CASHI MARGARET T SCOTT ; Florid. now
FrancK Av*. So.. E. Naples (off 2W acres I mile from Golden Clerk of the Circuit Court Shore'e fctil'Oue Blvd, Neple rams of KINGSTON undtrtl pen, John L, Rots; Mrs. Leila for help with 'IUleav.l.ONLY .
NEED PANT TIME MEN WHO Snodowlawn Drivel' Gete I mile north of proposed Collier County Florid Roberts' Dig Brigade
3/3tf firm Larry
Af TS and that said ,
it compoted
70 A WEEK PHONE Ml' Abtolutely' the finest mvettment By 'INEZ MAGILL of the :following perton* whoseamo Adams, and Mrs. Wallace CU.
23I1S J/ltf tp.culat In Collier Deputy Clerk n and place of romance, are .
County roy's Roman Column Jacinto
49-Houses For Rent .litG. H. LUFF R E. Broker WILLIAM H. GRACELYAttorney a* fotlnw5MR RICHARD VANCE /
PHi St.. No: Midway for Plaintiff Vasquez.
2270.. MS Fifth Avenue South Five Flamingo winners have
16-Helo Available Ma 1120 Gulf there BlvdOwnorthip '
i bedroom houi. *. furnlaltd haplislOiglt Acre I.* miTe; Feb pl.t 25. Florida Mar I. tO IT 1M4 Call Midway" 2 3IM ,
after 130: from city only I fine acre '(a* follow* Lawrln
( Derby- Citation Needles .
CHAUFFEUR AND GARDEN' ..m. tf O"COI '."' .,n'1 10% Down S0%-RICHARD VANCE ,
ER DESIRES FULL TIME Waterfront Rente) Tbedroom. 550 per o nth Philip N Keye IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN 501lM"S RICHARD VANCEIt Tim Tam and Carry Back

EMPLOYMENT PLES AREA 80 IN YRS THE OLD.NA. 2 beth D,*hw.ther. ttove diS.posal .. r P 218"0 Boa UOI Naple; Midway COLLIER COUNTY AND !FOR, FLORIDA the Clark i* our of mention the Circuit. to apply Court to in -but none of the owners or EASY TERMS

EXCELLENT REFERENCES I .unit TV ceble Unfurnihed I IN PROBATE No. 717 and for Collar County, Florida 10 trainers represented In today's
now IN
available RE.
CALL Ml 2HI. 3/3 1125 per 10 ,.. ,r.f it.r the lad name of KINGTON .
mo MI 21377 2/27.21 1/1 .c adjoining Coconut ESTATE: 0'HUtSCHEL feature ever has won it.
Q,."*. City wet.r 4 ,..... ( APT under the pro*'*iontof NAPLES
"Will do .........ke.p'nl. Call Doris I bdrm furnIshed J, DANIEL Chapter 20953 Llwt. of Florida. ,
hout. lerme .
MI 2.135' IfI.Jt weter. TV cable avelleble:: city IM .306 MI Philip'.'.mo.7t K.. Deceeted NOTICE TO Act* of 141Wtnet t ",ur f >lf club used by former

i40M per mo. 2111 Pln.I...... Ml r/0B.|::; All cred,tort of CREDITORS the estate 01.of Feb *IWO our hand this 4tn day pres dent Franklin D, Roosevelt" Corbln Lindabury

/3tf HERSCHEL J. DANIEL. deceated RICHARD"' VANCE' were contributed to the LSOA 410 10th Street SouthClr'lra'
2 bedroom ire hereby notified" and required to MR'
house tile bath RICHARD VANCE ,
22-MutlctJ Instruments large torag .,... tteve 4 Acre waterfront. 0"0 file any claim, or demand which I I Feb It Mar 10 17 l I'M sll MUSCAT durmi 1963.
.- refrig. 1 included $75 per month mile on mats, eecett to Gulf they have against aid estate In the Motor Service
Naples Pa.fk Ml. 23111. l/3tf can triow by Jeep Beautiful office, of the County' Judge of Col .
PIANO ground $41} per Acre Trm .1,51[ County Florida. In East Naole' .
rb droom horn*. '..,n'o4. Ml CARIBBEAN: REALTY I7MNo Florid, within t,. (I) celendarmontna SEE IT! TRY IT TODAY! 997 3rd Avenui North
2.3M after >:30 3/ltf Treil' Midway 0 5159. from the date of the first -
Beautiful spinet .bublitalon of th,* NOTICE Each Lange Bros. Mower Sale

Piano in new con- 50-Rooms For Rent Such writing claim and or mutt demand title. mutt the be place in LANGE Bros. SALES 2348 Pine Street South
61 -Income Property of. r**'**"'* end post oftie .tfdret* At MOWER
rlition. Greatly .;iMpmg roon. Krivete beth 4 > the claimant and must b* worn
reduced entry: Twin foam mettrette 10 by trie claimant his, ...nt. or
his .l orney. or it will become 2348 Pin St. So. Ml I 2-5034 FT. MYERSCorbin
in Day week or month ItenaeP.s. Mine** compel etc to saIl my void ,
price, Caribbean Rd. Pins 2 *pt. building. M 100- IW according to IsisTHOMAS
Ridg Ml 2.2/92 Hay*. 2/ZSM be Inspected any day 51 R. BROWN The 1964 LAWN BOY
terms can be ar 353!! Ave., Se.__ 2/3tf Ancillary AdmirMttrator CumTettemenia new Supply Company

ranged. Write to 52-Real Estate Wanted SMITH, CARROLL VEGA Annex LEAF CUTTER MOWER with 3327 Railroad Street

Box 1737 N, Na- .Vecant highway frontage Write. CALL THE NEWS FOR 'BROWN ale"' Building* NICHOLS VACUUM ACTION! Colonial Garden Center

Roger Sebell SHill (. Ked RUBIiCR STAMPS N.tnat "or.d.Allorll.y. .
ples. ;J':,:" .".. CI"UI" ,"I"10I 5045$. for Administrator Colonial Boulevard
** Feb. ,__II 21 Mar I. 10 Ht4 .||

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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday March 3, 1961 CCOQO = = = C CC C = = CC


Another 'Home Run' :I A T Presents ''tsSg .

: For Duplicate Club i "SN GOLDEN CIRCLE

) BY C J. McMURRY"A Well, bridge,and for some jj n i nC. OF
total of 96 players (plusa the happy results. U PLSS ,
'potential' who showed with- In the East-West direction of 0 '

out pre-arrangement for partner ;Section B and following the achIevement j NA Sales & Service
) constitutes another home of Boynton Kosters
run for the Naples Duplicate in scoring first with 156 points,
Bridge Club." So remarked ;Mrs. Hazel Work Mrs. Ruth (
Vic Pennywitt, president. And |Headle pushed with 153; the | Personnel
added Vic, "If you will call ]Butlers third, 143; Boyds
MI 2-4677 on or before noon ; Millers fifth, 123. I I
Friday, I will do my best to The average of 120 for the 24 I "
get you a partner." I boards which were played,stops { : 11LTEJ
Vie continued: "We didn'tquite ,the listing.
equal last week's total of u
North South of this section :-
98 players, but any time we exceed ,which Incidentally was dir- Y
90 players we've beaten ,ected by Carter Harrall, had
any previous year's record. I ;11-1/2 tables with an averageof
think these home runs can be \ only 110. Frank Otto -
credited to two things, the publicity -
(Caner Harrall scored tops "
the Collier County News ,with 144-1/2;Albert Andersons t"I

is giving our games and the |placing with 131-1/2 and Mrs. "
enjoyment the players are getting Tooke Inez McCune showingwith
from them. And speaking \ 125-1/2;Mrs.H.E.Burns- i In
of the latter, it Is authoritatively ]Mrs. H.L Scudder were miss-

reported that oneplayerstated I Ing an Important half point at
that he was enjoying the 125: ; fifth, Mrs. Cectle fi
game so much and the pleasant ]Rehfuss -John T.owe119; sixth, I Recognitionof
people in the club, that the Virgil Waites 117. I
he bought a home here, rather Both directions of SectionA I ',.J ,I
than on the east coast." directed by Vic Pennywltt, '''- f fIV
Speaking of enjoyment I evened up at tables and!played
think the lady thought she would 24 boards for an averageof

redden my countenance when, 132. ] | DUANE C. (BUD) DUNHAM, SR. CHESTER J. (DOC) SCIIULTZ
anent last week's article, she North-South a beautiful Sales
game | Service Manager Manager
coyly remarked "You SUREI I by Mrs. Iris OutstandingPerformance
MlDigan, paired
LY love semantics, don't you with Mrs. J.L Dfefenbacher( i i 3S yean experience In nod yard, Formerly the Doc was formerly a Specialist In Children's Dens
Mr. McMurry." I just adore took first with 153-1/2:the Pen- largest Chris-Craft dealer In the L'.S' Urgent Ten. tistry, for 33 )ears in ('Cleveland Ohio. He has
it and when someone pulls nywttts i ran strong with 145- WINNER fury dealer in the I ,S. and former Urgent. Gray been an instructor in advanced Pilotingeathrr,
something out of the hat (or 1 1/2 and the Bradburys push0 dealer In the Stale of Florida Managed Denham Jr. Navigation and Sail with the U S. Tower
his head)) as did a syndica- with 144. Ye columnistand R Shipyard, City bland, N. \".\ Dania, Pompano Squadron In Cleveland. Also former education of.
ted columnist in an article a his wife weren't too bad Fla. Experienced In all "types Inboard engines including facer U. S. Power Squadron, Anna Maria Inland,

week or so ago with his use of (and also not too good) with dlesel. Navigator in Mackinaw and similar races, Great

the word "denigrate", I im- 140-1/2 and the Joems gaveus Lakes, 15 yesrsDUANE, in
mediately page dictionary a scare with their 140. I
Unfortunately, our 1932 editionwas The Ray Grams (newcomers) OF .bi ht at a .
published before columv ere sixth with 136. The ,

nists got so versatile In semantics {Parkers played a good game,
therefore I assumed from narrowly missing the 500 percentage ;, SALESSERVICE
the usage, it was a form or"deny" mark with 131 points. .;:W
My new purchase East-West, the Bouldins
proved me wrong. Its com- ,made It 3 firsts this year withan '
mon usage is to "sully or defame" 171- 1963 ,
{ outstanding game at ,' :
1/2; the Arthur Holms abor-
An of which leads up to my j ted my ability to become truly i
thinking It would Indeed "denl- ; when failed
lyrical they to establish '
grate" the bridge playing ab- j a new record of three and
llity of the team of Bruce Bovn- ,successive firsts by placing
ton Stuart Kosters if one re- I
with 157-1/2: fifth, Third
marked that they did not expect were Mrs.A.H.Draughon-. NATIONAL
them to win two firsts In
suc- +
Berta Turner 154-1/2; fourth MERCHANDISING
cession. The team achieved \
the Giles Sulllvans 142-1/2;
that record, exceeded by none,
fifth, the John MacDonalds 136-
and only equalled by the teams .
1/2; sixth, the George Smiths
of Mr. and Mrs. Bouldin. Mr. 136. L
and Mrs. Holms and the Lued- First time_guests welcomed -
ders Punches combination. were Mrs. 3L Diefen- C. DUNHAM. JR.
-* bacher, from Glenshaw. Pa.. WILLIS (BILL) FIFEK Service Man

Tax Collector Mr, and Mrs. Ray Grams, In- DEALER L E ferric Man Duane attended Mercury, Intert'plor.\'oi"o and
, dlanapol1slndianaandMr.andMrs. Bill I I. In charge of all service work on Erlnrude Mere Cruiser school. He wan formerly Evinrudeand

Guest Speaker Paul Pastnl, Columbus and Johnson motor. Attended GM and Johnson Mercury dealer In Lantana Fla, 5 years experience
Ohio. service schools In Waukegan, III, and served aa in Gray, Interceptor, Chris Craft and
The Important notificationnow service manager for Chevrolet motor Chrysler mot ora. He I I. a carouretor speclalint In
I For ExchangeA. comes. Because of other all makes of engines.
commitments by the Woman's
P. Ayers, tax collector ,
Club, next week's will X
for Collier County, spoke to the game
change Club at the Naples beat thePartshHouse.Tr1n1ty- X
Beach Club last night. He ex* By The Cove Episcopal | CONGRESS Jii
plained the various duties of the Church probably for the last I !
office and the relationship beU time this year, so "Ya awl] I
ween the tax collector and the kum". It's on Friday, March '
other government agencies 6th, 7:30 p.m. Again the request ; : _
Ayers pointed out that a tax t "come early", j .
certificate Is not a tax deed.
The owner of a tax certificate
is not the owner of the pro Backs Into Parked n uy

perty. A tax deed can be secured Auto
only after two years and then; $50 Damage 11

gives the owner title to the real 1 Damage was estimated at !

estate concerned, he said. ;$50 on a car belonging to Mrs. ,
When an individual purchases i ;Ellen Abbott 1881 Fifth St. JJ
a car in a county other than 1
S., which
Naples, was park- 11
Collier he
emphasized the need
to secure a written receipt of| ed in a private parking lot at 11
purchase from the county'| the corner of Fifth Avenue, II
motor vehicle office. The 'South and Fifth Street, South, 11
receipts given by the seller of I when Mrs. Elsie F. Hudnall
the car are not sufficient tor the, of Hendrysburg Ohio, backed
tax collector to issue car licenses into the rear fender in attempting
he pointed out. to back out of a parking
space adjacent to the Abbott JOHN C, GIlA ACILE K. (ACE) nun
Service Man Service Man
3 CorporationsGet
estimate of $15 damagewas SpeclaliHt In Mercury and Merc Cruiner engine, Specializing In carpentry, mahogany and fibergla

Charters In placed on the Hudnall car. lie attended Mercury, Interceptor Volvo, Mere repairs and painting.MORRIS.
Collier The accident occurred at 1:20 Cruiser schools specializing In customizing work
County Saturday afternoon. Investi- at the Boat listen! Marina.
TALLAHASSEE -. Secretary gation for the police depart-
of State Tom Adams today announced [ merit was made by Officer

the chartering of the George Dampier.
following corporations from -
Collier County: NonViolenceGroup

Seward Corporation. 365
Fifth Ave. S.,, Naples; authorized Plans Havana

stock, 1000 shares at $10> To Gitmo March
per share, filed Feb. 24,1964.
dealing in real and personal 1
marchers planning to demon.
property. Incorporators: liar- strate against both Russian and
old S. Lynton Harold A. Axel, United States military establish.
Richard W. Wallach all New ments In! Cuba were scheduled
York. N.Y., filed by HaroldA. I to pass the length of Florida. this
Axel.! 100 Park Ave., New spring on their Quebec, Canadato
York N;.'. Guantanamo BayCuba

Naples Garden Club, Inc., march V
care of Mrs. John Burnham The Rev A. J. Muste .>'ear. JJ y I r

Jr., 1825 Fourth St., S., Naples old retired Presbyterian minis. i ,
ter '
chairman of the
; filed Feb. 24, 1964 by )
sponsoring Committee for Non.
Allen Knudsen and Swaetz,
violent Action told
a news con.
P.O. Box 1552,Collier Arcade, ference Monday the group would ;
r Fort Myers. Purpose: to leave south Florida, probably t
stimulate the knowledge of gar Miami, by boat for Cuba. '
den1r ;, Subscribers: Mrs. The federal government has OLIVE: U, MORSE E. GARRELL
John A. Burnham Jr. 1825 closed travel to communist Manager Service Man

Fourth St. S.. Robert Linda- Cuba. of the Petti Coat Admiral shop featuring medium In charge of docks, hauling painting and general
Bradford Little t t
bury, 1341 Tenth St. N., and, said march coordi.f price smart nautical logs and the Hard to find la.! boat house activity. Lifetime experience In fishing
Mrs. Albert Tatu, Isles o would go to Cuba with marchers without ;' dies' in the Naples area.
Capri, all of or IIII
passports and visas snuku'BOA T
Traverse Corporation; 365:i Muste said the peace march
Fifth Ave. S.,Napless;authorized was designed to protest arming I
Stock 1,000 shares at $10) and to advocate the philosophy trt'
per share. Filed Feb.24,1964, of nonviolence. He said he had So.HAVEN
dealing in real and personal I nut yet received permission 1484 5th : Ave Fla.
property; Incorporators, Har from the Cuban: government to ,
old B. Lynton Harold A. Axel. march from Havana to Guan. NAPLES
Richard W. Wallach. all New tanamo Bay. i ii inc.

York N.Y.. filed by Harold i ,
A. \xel. 100 Park Ave.. New CALL THE NEWS FOR i