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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 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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G. 1\, HOUENFIE.LDAT [ tine, hut ,I is a source book for
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WASHINGTON (,,\P) A lest Teaching about) the Bible In
on the Bllle was sprung( i \ on five public school can be a tricky
CouncilThe -'' classes of college.bound 11th business, particularly since the
Set By and 12th graders In a public Supreme Court decision on
school. school pra>'er.
Some thought SCl'11and! Out Warshaw, reporting his
? Gomorrah were lovers, that the experience in the February Is.
agenda for Monday's 2 DREDGE DUEA Engineers and the state Internal Gospels were written! b>' Mat sue of "The English Journal,"
p.m. City Council private con. dredge will be here within Improvement Fund Board for the thew, Mark, Luther and John; beleves It Is essential.
ference will be almost as longas 45 days to clean out Doctor Pass Doctor Pass cleaning Spoil 4 that Eve was created from an "The Bible Is Indeed a relU
this morning's Council agenda and build up the beach In front from this project, consisting t apple. ; and that the stories bj (Clous book, but It Is also a part
or so It seems. of the Royal Palm Club sea. mostly of sand, will be deposited which Jesus taught were called! of our secular cultural heritage.
wall, City Manager Vince Wood on the seaward side of the parodies. To keep It out of the public
Mayor Archie Turner suggest told City Council this morning.H. Royal Palm Club's seawall,which Light\ to 00 per cent of the schools. because It Is cout rover.slal .
ed the closed.doors conference Milton Link, developer of was built in January astride the students could not complete I and because the public can.
during early discussion this The Moorings, said his firm Is hlghetide mark. such I lamlllar quotations as: not I trust the good sense of both
s ,I' morning, and later on referred paying for the project under '* "Manari' oiled, but few are the teacher and the pupil to
to other Items that can be taken ; chosen "A soft treat It of the human.
terms of a five.year maintenance OTHER ACTIONIn ( ); answer as part
up Monday afternoon. agreement which still has other matters this morning, turneth away (wrath)); They (ties Is a simple but ques.
At that time, members will three years to run. Link and Council deferred until the April rY shall beat their swords Into tlonable judgment," Warshaw
have the chance to discuss how Mayor Archie Turner noted that 1 meeting the awarding of bids (plowshares);" "Prldo goolh wrote,
to avoid having more seawalls, the pass Is subject to shoaling for additons to Water Plant No. before a (fall));" and "The love "A knowledge of the Bible Is
like the one In front of the Royal because not enough water flows 2 and the East Naples pump. wr r of money is the root of all essential to the pupil's under.
Palm Club, along the Gulf. This through It to keep It clean. Ing station. The low bid for (evil)." standing of allusions In lltera.
morning, Council reviewedpos. But there will be enough water water plant additions, $347,870by 4 All this happened! In Newton, ture, In music, and in the fine
sible effectiveness of procedureswhich flowing through the pass when Widell Associates of Fort Mass., and English. teacher! arts; In news media, In enter.
must be followed by per. The Moorings bay north of the Lauderdale, was "somewhat over ; .j y : Thayer S. WarsJuw decided to tilnment, and In cultural con.
sons wishing to build seawalls. pass Is dredged out, Link said. the estimate," water engineer ... do something about It. lie ar. versation."Is .
"But we've made no moves to It Is presently a very shallow Bill Crow said So a couple ran.red for two of his classes to he to study mythology
prevent It (the Royal Palm Club tidal marsh, and dredging of It Items will be deleted from the stud) the ruble-not as a roll.. and Shakespeare, and not the
seawall on the hlgh.water line) will be coincident with develop. project. gloss hook, or even as lltera. Ultle Is It Important for him
from happening again,"Joel Ku. ment of The Moorings Unit 5. City Attorney David Spingler to learn what It means when a
perberg said later In the meet. Engineer W.R.Wilson Is ready. reported that the state attorney 16 CandidatesFile man la Called an Adonis or a
ing. The fact that the City was Ing applications to the Corps of general said It Is within the City's Romeo, yet( unimportant for him
powerless to do anything about powers to amend the Charter to to be able to tell. a Jonah from
the Royal Palm seawall "mademe require only freeholders Walton Here For a Jfdal7"Wauh.&w
sick to my stomach," No Comment By Council. "Many municipalitiesdo first convinced his
Kuperberg said. have this requirement..;"Sping. pupils) of their need! for a studyof
Local OfficesA
Army On Clay'sMental ler said. Courts have ruled the the Bible.
OTHER ITEMS 14th Amendment does not applyIn Ho assigned the reading of a
Exam this he added In reply total of 16 Collier Coun* few short stories which made no
\ Also to be discussed Monday case, ,
are "review of certain sectionsof LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-The to a legal question posed by Clayton Hans filed at the office of Cir- sense to them because they
cuit Clerk yesterday, the day couldn't understand the Dibit
Bigg.
City Charter and budget, Defense Department has declined
and two appointments to the comment on reports that Bigg maintained that the 14th the books opened as candidates cal allusions.
Zoning Board of Appeals. Also Cassius Clay, new heavyweight Amendment would be violated bya for public office In the May lie showed them some \polltl
----- -- calartoons with Biblical refer.
likely to come up are a boxing champion, flunked the freeholders only Charter pro. primaries.
loUclearlng project, on which Army's mental examination, vision. .'It t Is naive to restrict SETTING for several exotic movies, Gardens. Local belles decorating the Sheriff E.A. Doug lIendry led ences which left them In the

bid openings were delayed this the CourlerJournal said today. elective office to the privileged this scene might be from the South scene are, left to right, Suzette Fortin, a rush of candidates at exactly dark.The clincher the
was quiz on
morning, and appointment of The newspaper In a story few," he said. 12-noon yesterday and within
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Seas, but it's actually at the end of Nancy Slavin, Nancy Henson. Tao, which they fared so poorly
someone to fill the Recreation from Washington, said the department Council established two fire a few minutes 13 candidateshad
Board seat vacated by Hamilton was asked about reports districts to apply to non-resldan- 17th Avenue North, right here In Na- the toucan, is the feathered fellow In declared for public office.

Hunter, who has moved. The the 22-year-old Louisville tlal construction from now on. ples. It's one of the magnificent vistas the middle. (See page 9)) Following the rush Edna
Recreation Board has recommended resident failed by a small margin Name WinnersIn
Lake in Caribbean Crlbb Santa filed for reelectionas
Bill Longshore for the vacan to pass his psychologicaltests. Fireproof construction will across Sanctuary
cy. be required In all motel, neighborhood supervisor of registration.A.C. .
Councilman Francis Ford said A pre-lnductlon examinationwas shopping, and business Hancock filed for another Junior High
he asked the review i of sections given Clay on Jan. 24 'In tones; and fire-resistant construction Caribbean ,GnrdeiisPraiseil term as county commissioner
''s of the Charter and the budgetto Coral Gables, Fla. will be required In all Fred Edenfidd will be lit the Fair
be placed on the agenda, but The Courier-Journal said It Is multiple.dwelling and light Industrial race for commissioner In District Science
this morning he asked the Item presumed another mental test zones.Councilman. 6. G J. Copely will be a
to be stricken. Joel Kuperberg will be given Clay soon. Carl Hoffmann By Governor candidate for the County School Judges awarded a grand prize
"a The Defense Department said and Kenneth will and four divisional first prizes
asked Ford If the matter was urged Council to establish fire Hoard, Tether
that put on and the final word on whether ClayIs construction .. Monday night at the second annual
bludgeon you can districts, to prevent run for the office of Justiceof
take off the agenda at will." eligible for Induction will be what he called "Inclnera- Naples Junior High science fair
of Home In Fort Myers, and Peace In District 4,
"That's personal opinion sent to his draft board In Louis. A gold plaque, a "surprise Hotel attended by more than 200 son The five winners will competeIn
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your ville. (Continued on, page S) 1 tribute" from Governor Farris persons In roromltlnn of"Carib Charles Hutchinson, Corkscrew Others filing at the rush per the South Florida Selene FairIn
Ford replied. ]Bryant was presented to Carib. bean Gardens Week" In Naples, Swamp superintendent who represented iod were Henry D. Watkins\ Miami on March 18.20, cooj-
'Man Gardens at a joint Chamber Wendell Jarrard, directorof the National Audulwn Soc. Jr., School Board; Richard M. dlnator Jerry Howell announced
.. I of Commerce-Rotary Club the Florida Development Commission iety. Stanley, county Judge; Pete yesterday lie said the Junior high

:.-.... r I luncheon today at the Beach Club made the presentation. Charles Flelschmann, son of Daub commissioner! A.p. fair attracted 141 entries, which
1S'r r, or'wd Congratulatory telegrams and well filled the Gulf
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-' Caribbean Gardens owner,Julius Ayers, collector Sam Coldlng prutty up
"'" letters were read from Senator View school auditorium. Exhibits .
Flelschmann, was present and ac assessor William I leaning,
..' Thieves Get Cash Spessard Holland, Senator were on public display last
.'''< .:.. George E. Smathers, Congressman cepted the governor's plaque commissioner; Ewell Moore night.
.
"" : Haul l From Cars Paul Rogers andJanDallbor for visit his father to Africa.who Is currently commissioner; Walter Condon MerrUlea Martin, an eighth
on a
.: .... .- of the British Broadcasting Corp. county prosecutor; D.M. grucJor, won the "best In show"
.):. _.. II, Parked By Beach In London. A Chamber of Commerce plaque Sentell commissioner and trophy for her exhibit on molds.
,:, ---;., Special luncheon guests Includ. In recognition of Caribbean Margaret Scott, circuit clerk. Jane Rogers won the ninth grade
.f. .... Balmy weather yesterday not ed State Senator Elmer Friday Gardens contributions to the com Each candidate paid a five biological division with a display
"" : fU D only brought out bathers and of Fort Myers, State Representative munity as a tourist attraction, per cent filing fee with local on bees.
;(,t( shelters to the beach, but It Lorenzo Walker, Dewey was presented by Jarrard. and state Democratic Executive Jerry Morgan was first In j
also brought out thieves A Polly, Collier County Commls. In addition to representativesfrom Committees Three per cent ninth grade physical division withan
''II ... total of more than $260 was slon chairman, Mayor Archie Naples business and civic went to the state organization aquarium exhibit, Mark Brewer
stolen when two cars were bro- Turner, Bob Halgrlm of the EdU groups, members otthe following and 1Ia I rold S nowball was on handto won top honors In seventh

r. I\ !4 ken Into and entered while their clubs also attended the lunch. collect two per cent for the and eighth grade biological .
classification with about
display
on the beach eon Klwanis Club, the Collier
owners were yes- ; J
-11 Seen Medical Soc the Jay. local organization.Most the human body, and Ralph Lu.
lety
terday according to Kingfish County offices I
morning of the county pay
cees, the Business and Professional ado's weather exhibit was ad- 'I i
police reports Womens Club the Pilot a salary of $9,000. Schoolboard JUdged best In the seventh and
Homer Bynum, Elderley, At Cape RomanoLarge Club, the Board of Realtors, and members receive $1, eighth grade physical category.
N.C., reported that some time the Collier County Association 800; County Commissioners Howell listed other place winners
e rw between 9 In the morning and schools of kingfish, the Insurance Agents.Romero $3,600; the county judge, $9. as follows
noon his car, which was parked first of the 1964 season,were seen Ninth blologiral, Robert Cow.
on the beach at Tenth Ave. In the Gulf just north of Cape 000 plus $1,800 as juvenile don second, Elliot Smollan third,
S., two blocks north of the FishIng Romano late Tuesday afternoon, Tax Trial judge; county prosecutor, $6, Pam Coo fourth Ninth physical
Pier was broken Into and according to a report receivedby 250; and justice of peace, $7, John WooOill second,Steve Steele
$20 and his wife's purse sto- Ed Towell 1, co.owner of the Delayed Until July 500. third, Larry Batcher fourth. j
Crayton Cove. Seventh biological
SportsSpot at eighth ,
len. The had been left
purse "If the weather holds for the TAMPA (AP) Trial of AI Bo':ky Brewer second Jan Burn-
the floor of the P
on car cover- next few days, the kings will Rogero, a former Florida Road RENEW YOURDRIVERS I ham third, Mary Boynton fourth.Soventh.elihth .
ed with newspapers. be off Naples," said Towell. The Doard member, on barges: of LICENSE physical, Roger

.. .......- -- Raymond D. loess I of Jeffer- marina owner reported that a Income tax evasion has been ror DURING YOUR c-P.n. Johnson second: Richard Lambert .
MORE THAN one-third of the $110,000 Hotel This figure of $37,500 pledgedis sonvllle, Ind., reported that his number of large mackerel were scheduled for July 0 In U. S.Dis. BIRTH MONTH ;1\ .' third, Mike Sharp fourth.
car was also entered between caught In shallow water Tuesday trlct Court. "ii
goal for the building fund for the reflected in the thermometer in 11:30 and 12:30 yesterday directly opposite the former mis. + --- -
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Collier County Public Library has been center of picture. At right is Dr. Frank morning( at Lowdermilk Park silt tracking station at Marco. re a
head librarian of the Miami Pub- and between $60 and $80 sto- Schools of large mackerel al.
raised, Mrs. Mamie Tooke, chairman Sessa, ways precede the appearance of 1 1mf ,
len as well as two pairs of
of the advance gifts division, left, announced lic Library, who was guest speaker at glasses. Kings, Towell said.

at the Kickoff Breakfast held this morning's affair

this morning at the Naples Beach Club (McGrath photo)

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Curtain time Is 8:01 p.m. Jams, T.H.Below.John Vaughn\ ,
Thursday night for the openingf Dug' < Jones Dill Longs!: ) Ore> ar
the ninth annual Jaycee Mln. J. A. Scott A combo composed
itrel show, sponsored by the lit Don Holzhausen with the trom.
Naples Jaycees at the Naples bline, Mrs. Hazel Young at the
Junior High School auditorium piano and Dick Cole on the banjo
A cast of 90 people will par.tlripaU \A ill furnish the accompaniments
iwr 4 It; in the tradittxial \ ,'I. I"r" most of the musical numbers.
face musical show with Chuck Proceeds of the affair are used
Gi mm M'At\t: all liiurlscut. for the various dvli' activitiesof
Jul'-'s, Ketches, Instrumentaland the Jaycee organization and Us
vocal number, specialty youth aid sports program swhlrh
dancing and a chorus line com. eludes sponsorship of a Little
posed of 14 of the Jaycee wives League baseball team and tennis
known as the Jaycee Rocketts, and golf matches. Robert Mc. t
are Included In the program. Daniel is president of the or. L H
They are directed b>' Nancy Dun. ganlzatlon.
A preview of the sho-v In re. Last year approximately
hearsal Indicates that there are $2,500 gross, before expenses,
-- --- -- no dull moments, a number of was taken In on the venture. Tic. CLIMAXING RENDITION OF "That McCune, Grimm and Bob DeVogt.
belly laughs, and lots of close kets are $1.10 for adults and 75 Harlem Goat," Gerald Kelly climbs on That's a cup of coffee In McCune's
TAKING A BOW in the Jaycee minstrel ell Meadors James Adams and Ted harmony. cents for student with children

is Gerald Kelly, after singing a Below. Endmen include Lovtll Mea.dors under six admitted free (NEWS Chuck Grimm shoulders and "flags hand.

solo, with end men, left to right, Lev- Gerald Kelly, James (photos) down that train," Left to right are Ron




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 4. 1964 42 Pass BasicSeamanship B"



Tax Cut Benefits Start After Course Test HereAll "i ;' ; Hji-2= f eves Bonita


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Showing Up ThursdayNEW Basic Seamanship certificate, 4 : The American Legion John be held Saturday, March 23rd

sponsored by the Coast Guard r Murphy Post 1303 of Bonita one week before Easter. Poppy
YORK (AP) Federaltax automated bookkeeping. BasIcally Auxiliary Flotilla No. 93, passedthe at their meeting Fri seals are now available for one
cut benefits will show up In they hereafter will withhold test It was announced here Springs voted to change their dollar per hundred
paychecks of) millions of Americans 14 per cent of earnings instead today. day night the first and Mrs. Mary Reahard Child
to
starting Thursday.But of 18 per cent. The course which started January meeting nights their Walfare chairman reported
the extra money gushing "We just changed a few wires 6 at Naples Senior High third Wednesday at eight at a
help to needy
into the nation's spending in the machine and that was it," School was divided Into eightlessons T Lesion Home, which brings the giving donations Radio family;
stream-or savings institutions said Manley Eubank in Raleigh, which covered seaman. first meeting on Wednesday, also to Free

-probably won't total the $800 N.C. Eubank's Central Data ship, weather, rules of) the road, March 4th.Friday Europe.
million a month estimated by Processing unit runs off paychecks charts and compass, aids to navigation night. March 6th, will Mrs. Bea Alland. delegate to
some tax cut backers for 10,000 North Carolina and safe small boat be another shrimp night begin the Council of Clubs, reported

A Crosscountry Associated state employes.The operation. It was under the ning at 5:30: when a shrimp on the meeting and urged fin.

Press survey showed a scatter ll.bllllon tax cut, largest supervision of Flotilla Training t ... plate is available for a 50 anclal support of the fire.
Ing cf employes, mostly sal in U.S. history, provides reductions Officer Edward Cope Smith and cent donation. works display.Revival .
arced, had asked that benefitsbe averaging 19 per cent Public Instruction officer George
Members were again urged to
stored up for them. for 80 million citizens. B. Champion.
Most workers apparently "No trouble at all" or "it took Instructors were Frank Clayton, make calls on Norm Slater who

looked forward with relish to a only a couple of minutes" were Francis Flint, Louis McClean, is slowly improving at his home. Opens

reduction in taxes withheld."I common reports from employ. and Robert Pleclty. Other flotilla Communications were read Next Sunday At
want every nickel I can get ers, including such giants as members assisted with the a from the local Art League the

my hands on to pay my bills," General Motors Corp. with classes. Bonita Beach Boosters, along 'E. Naples Church
said a Cleveland employe of the 640,000 employes.In Commander A. P.Ayers stated I with the American Legion Auxiliary -
Internal Revenue Service. Salt Lake City, Mountain that this was the largest class relative to reconsidering: r y
Employers reported few hitch States Telephone Co. said it was the flotilla has held and this indicates t the annual Fourth of July r

es in adjusting payroll procedures "working frantically" to adjustits he said, that the publicas TUESDAY MORNING the M. L. Levy, a deposits. The surveying will be done parade.
especially concerns with equipment. H. J. Heinz Co., well as flotilla members are
with 7,000 employes, said at interested In safe boating. 146-foot cargo vessel from Morgan by Lorac Service Corporation, electronic Dick' Evans offered to act

News From headquarters In Pittsburgh that Plans are under way for another City, La., arrived in Everglades. En. surveyors, from Morgan City, La. Joa IS parade marshal. It was the ,
voted that would be able to
its in we
payroll staff was putting class as soon as the new
extra work.In station at Crayton Cove Is completed gineer Ernie Brown said the vessel will Freymouth, of Lorac, said survey sta. change our previous stand and

County RecordsCHANCERY cases such as these, the and the necessary equipment be engaged in geophysical explora. tions have been established on Big have the parade, providing each

rub seemed to be In meeting is Installed. tion between Everglades and Key West Pine Key, Flamingo and Marco Island. member organization of the
employe requests for some "By holding the classes in our Council of Clubs would furnishthe
DOCKET months. The The 15-man scheduled to
for 6
treatment other than reductionin own building", Champion explained approximately Levy, crew was parade marshal with one
Collier Management County District.petition for water taxes withheld.In "we will be able throughthe operated by Mobile Oil Company, will arrive by airplane in time to begin representative from each

Pittsburgh, Norman Relclw use of training aids, slides sub-surface data for oil their work schedule
be
Elvin Townsend and Ruth Town. checking today. group, and by name. Our delegate -
ert assistant treasurer at Phil.
and motion pictures to broaden, .
send vs Joseph W. Griffith and instructed :
was to con-
co Corp. with a 22,000.man pay. and add more
the Instruction
Martha P. Griffith ,. . roll, said he expected some Interest to the lessons." The Gets Ticket For vey this to the Council at their T1a:

mortgage foreclosure. salaried persons to ask for an 17 week course will continue LBJ 'Vacillating' Foreign next meeting. In the mean-
Duncan Louise Yield
Cameron
Td
vs Failing
Elizabeth Cameron. divorce. unchanged withholding level-or meeting at the Senior High Schoolat time, an effort Is being madeto
for one higher than required by the usual time, he said. CrashMrs. reach each group prior to
Following
Malcolm Ernest Goff vs Gol. :

den Goff. divorce. law."These people in the past Anne M. Brown, 5023 Policy Is Target Of GOP that in time the to matter.secure their If this wishes is-

MARRIAGES have had largerthan.requlred Suspect In Ninth St., N., was given a tick. possible we will undoubtedly L
sums withheld to avoid paymentof et for falling to yield the rightof
License Application WASHINGTON (AP) GOV. a campaign speech, Pennsylvania have a parade again this year.AUXILIARY REV. T. J. INGRAMA
) a large lump sum amount way to another vehicle fol. Nelson A. Rockefeller and Sen. Gov. William W. Scranton
Ralph Peter Mazzocchl, Jr., when it comes time to file their lowing an accident at !5:00 p.m. in revival meeting will beginat
Goldwater Economic Club New
Barry today concentrated told the
Bonita Springs, and Shirley Ovlda annual tax return," Reichert FEC BlastsQuestioned Tuesday night at the corner of their fire on the Johnson York City Tuesday night that MEETINGThe the East Naples Baptist
Cant, Bonita Springs. American Legion Auxiliary
said.The Fourth Avenue North and the administration as they stumpedfor the Democratic party has a Church on Sunday at the regular
Holly Duke Rutledge, Fort My. Phllco official said hourly Trail. votes in next Tuesday'sNew "bullUln deadlock" and Is ham. of John Murphy Post held 11 a.m.worship hour.The meet
ers, and Caroline D. Elkins, rated production workers appar. According to police reports, Hampshire Republican strung by Its reactionaries. their semi-monthly meetingthis ing will continue through the
Marco. ently all wanted increased take Mrs. Brown collided with a car past week and will con-
primary.
Leroy Sims, Immokul*?, and home driven by Thomas R. presidential Scranton said the Democratswere following Sunday evening ser
pay. Murphy, Rockefeller hammering hardon tinue to meet each second and
vice. Each
Lucille Arlll otrongImmokalee.. 2315 largely to blame for what evening service of
Shadowlawn Ave.. when she Issues
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) -A attempted to enter the Trail on economic returned to he called "failures that dot the fourth Wednesday in the future. the week will begin at 8 pjn.
NAPLES NEWEST MOST MODERN the Granite State to his
open Mrs. Dick Evans was welcomed
man who bolted when FBI agents Fourth Avenue headed in an east. national landscape." The roVe The evangelist for the revival
final drive after the
HAIR FASHION SALON allegedly found dynamite In his erly tflrectlon.Murphy was drlv. administration of "vacillatingand accusing ernor says he is not a candidate"for as a new member. will be the Rev. T.J. Ingram,

This Week Special J car was questioned today about Ing south on the Trail. Damagewas contradictory" foreign policy the COP presidential noml' President Mrs. Marion pastor of the Audubon Baptist
racial and railroad bombings. nation but would accept a draft. Gulder appointed Mrs. Ethel
PERMANENT Special Prices 30 estimated at $100 to each in a statement Issued in Church, of Henderson Ky. Although
UP William Sterling Rosecrans, car. Former Vice President Rich Critean as chairman of the Rev. Is
Washington Tuesday. Ingram only
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WAVE Tinting Bleaching
a i S on of Anderson, Ind., denied any
luncheon March
Goldwater swept into the ard M. Nixon called for a selective on Saturday 31 years old he has been a
i.; : Frosting, Toning"All connection Rewards with totaling either.more than Jaybees Plan third day of his windup drive embargo against foreign'firms 7th, while the local Free Pub- Baptist pastor for 11 years. He

Wok Will ft* Und.. d.. iuwrvhl-, .1 Mil WILLS M.lr ttyli.f" $300,000 have been offered) for with a pledge to end what he that deal with Cuba by lic Library is having their annual has been associated with leading
and All Work OtMrtnMcd arrest and conviction of dynamiters Record Hop At called "wheeling and dealing" denying them a market in the sidewalk auction. ministers in the pastorate and
government In Washington. United States. He told a lunch A final report on) the recent
who have blown several the evangelistic field during
Lowdermilk Park
While Rockefeller and Gold. eon of the New York Building
luncheon and fashion show
freight trains off tracks of the this time. Reverend has
HAIR FASHIONS the water battled it out in New Congress Tuesday that an oil Ingram
WILLS strikebound Florida East Coast Encouraged by success of was given by thegenerslchalrman led his in
present pastorate
in Lou. blockade might "possibly be
Hampshire Republicans
417 r MWM" Ml erase, Railway their last record hop at Low Mrs. Jo Hashbarger, after -
Increase
isiana made political history by the next step" but added he did a large membership
Rosecrans was picked up in dermilk Park Naples which thank
,
Jaybeeswill polling nearly 40 per cent of not feel this was necessary now. general you during his ministry as pastor.
St. Augustine Tuesday where St. hold a second of the cur- was extended to all who had
the votes In election Reverend ram's wife
FOR BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND Johns County Sheriff L. 0. Davis rent winter season at 7:30 o'- for Tuesday's In California, State Atty. Gen helped to make It a grand success and Ing Mary
said he registered at a motel as governor. Stanley Mosk was expected to Lou two-year-old daughter
INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS clock Friday night at the park Democrat John J. McKelthen would not Teresa will him
James E. Lewis of Mobile, Ala. announce that he run accompany
Charles Holt, president announced was elected, but Republican Ed., President Guide also appointed his
Davis said Rosecrans admitted for the U.s. Senate. Gov. during .trip to Naples.
abandoning- his automobile in today. The cost is Charlton H. Lyons Sr. polled. jmmd4p3\ Brown had "urged. Mrs.. Youngblood, asPoppy' 6 The: evangelist holds i Bacbe-
A.. G. Edwards & Sons '.Jacksonville after .he saw federal 75 cents per couple drag, or 200,000 more votes than the Mask to keep"out"of' the race Day chairman,which will lor of Arts degree front'Eastern
GOP received in the state's lastrovernor's
men searching It Feb. 25. 50 cents, stag.Special Kentucky State Teachers
Wishes to announce a Stock Market Course Davis said Alabama officers election in I960.
of Richmond He
As he opened) a drive that will College Ky.
.
which will commence on Thursday, March 12. were en route to St. Augustine last until voting starts in New also holds the Bachelor of Divinity
to talk to the man about racial MeetingSet
This "Introduction To Every Phase of Market Operatlon" bombings in that state, including Hampshire Tuesday, Rockefeller degree from the Southern

ti Is offered by Ann Harvey and will be a blast at a Birmingham church ChamberAt said the Johnson administration 41At Baptist Theological Seminaryof
which killed four Negro children By did not believe in the free'enterprise ,- t Louisville, Ky.
of 10 weeks duration. system.He The of the church
on Sept. 15, 1063.NAACP pastor
Conducted one evening a week at A. G. Ed- EvergladesA issued a statement at Concord Rev. Ladles Bargo reports that
in which he said New .
wards & Son's office at 643 5th Ave. South, in To MarchOn Hampshire would need 50,000 numerous cottage prayer

the Peppard Building. The course is offered at special meeting of the Ever. jobs over the next five years- groups have met in prayer for
TallahasseeTAMPA glades the revival. A Christian Witnessing
Chamber of Commerce
and the nation 20 million. They
$25.00. Call ,
only (AP)-The head of will be held on Friday,March 13, can only be provided, he said, campaign has also preceded -
the NAACP in Florida has calledon In the council room of the Ever. by an administration that would the meeting. The church

A. G. Edwards & SonsAt Negroes to march on Talla. glades municipal building. "encourage the growth of free .>' extends an Invitation to the
hassee March 27 "to show unanl. Wendell Jarrard, chairman-di. enterprise." public to attend the servicesof
mous support for the passage of rector of the Florida De. Goldwater, speaking to about the revival.
Ml 24128 For Full Details civil rights legislation now be. velopment Commission, will be 400 In Nashua Tuesday night,
fore Congress." the guest speaker. said he was seeking the nomination .
because he sees no'other 1 i
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\sMA." 'sAsJhW.v.vMwnws.mssxhs.Naples '''n.'n' spot pion "a rebirth of principle, Individual services for Floyo
world map, war first overwhelmedby worth and dignity" as Huron 72, will be conductedat

: Jaycees Present. Egyptian conquerors about opposed to what he said Is 7 o'clock tonight at the EarlG.
I 1500 B.C. It was ruled by nearly threatened governmental control Hodges Funeral Chapel In
a dozen empire* before attaining of the American way of MM.c
independence from Great Britainin Naples by members of the John

"kt 1960. life.In what sounded? to many like Murphy Post 303 of the American
Legion of) Books Springs.
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Interment will be in the Rome

i 9th Annual I x NI Planning Your City Huson Cemetery.RomeClry died Tuesday morn,N.Y.

ing at his home on Tarpon ave

: nue in Bonita Springs where he
Florida Estate
SUNSHINE had lived for the past five

I years. He was a native of New

I York and was retired after ser

for 25 years as a guard
New end ( vine a Eastern Correctional Institution -
prospective ,.,
MINSTRELAt
j Florida residents will be Napanoch: N.Y.

I especially, interested in He was a veteran of World
War I and member of
was a
this booklet which con.
: ill tains information on the THIS GIANT 310-pound sea bass was boated by the World War I Barracks of

following subjects and Ralph Lindsay on Sunday while fishing with rod and John Bonita Murphy Springs Post and of the of Am the

I includes Federal Estate artificial reef In the Gulf Lindsay
reel at the Assisting erican Legion of Bonita Springs.He .
and' Gift Tax tables with with the catch Martin Nebus shown above wife
was is survived by his ,
Junior High School Auditorium examples, of t trV) compilations of the Rock Creek Trailer Park. The deep sea mon Virginia Huson of Bonita;a son

{ N ster was weighed in at The SportSpot at Crayton Cove. Robert of Arlington. Va.j two

,J Florida Taxes brothers William of Grahams-
vile, N.Y., and John of Whires-
Florida Residence
Thursday Friday Saturday Requirements COMING TO NAPLES! boro N.Y., a sister, Mrs. Dan
Keogan of N.Y., and
I e Planning Your Estate Warising,
MARCH 10 four grandchildren
i !'I a Florida Executors Fees

I g. Joint Tenancy HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM AT 8 P.M.
Nifes! Methodist WSCS
/ I FIRST \f0C e How Trusts Can Save
\LauK
......1,... t Taxes KIDS' MATINEE AT 4 PJVL District Meet In
TORT '''tRSFI.OAI!)' I e Federal! Gift Tax ADULTS I1.M CHILDREN We
., .j e Trust Sarasota ThursdayThe
March 5-6-7 II ServicesYou Department Tickets may be purchased at Naples Floor veriags.

Brunt-Miller Insurant or from aajr KlwaaJs member. annual meeting of the Wo

I men's Society of Christian Service .

I obtain the bankor 1 of the Sarasota District,
at
may your copy
Starting Promptly At 8:01 THE at the First Methodist Church
p.m. b/ tilling or tiding I card to the f ,+ ttFFIM I' in Sarasota, U expected to aU
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tract a number of) women from
Trust Department yEt SHOW Naples. The meeting opens at
9 o'clock morning and
Telephone I ; EDison 7-1151 e/plNld will be Thursday called meeU
followed by a

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From the 9th through the 14th Is the membershipdrive 1 e.1
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period for the Naples Community Concert Associa n

tion. With The Vienna Boys Choir heading the program, if Y C- I
the season promises to be a brilliant one. 7.
Volunteers are needed for the drive next week. S

Workers may earn their own season ticket by bringingIn XJ2
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$75 worth of memberships, or for a student worker,
if
2rggQ
by bringing In $37.50 In memberships. Anyone Inter .r- \
ested In earning their own ticket or in just helping to k wr..M--
solicit, call Mrs. John Pulling MI 2-3335 and Mrs. Henry B. -
Watkins Jr. MI 22844.

Amy Elizabeth Barbour came close to being a Leap -
Year baby. She made her appearance late February 28thIn

St. Louis. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar-

bour (Pat Clemmer). Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Clemmer of Yucca Road.

Mrs. Becky Strand and her mother, Mrs. RichardR.

Bailey of Virginia, Minn., left Monday for a monthIn At The OutdoorArt
Mexico City, Taxco, Acapulco, and Puerto Vallarta. L a
For two weeks of their stay they will be joined by Mrs. Show

Strand's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ,
Strand Jr., of Virginia, Minn. MORE THAN 800 spectators
Monday, Mrs. H. Carl Davis gave a bridge luncheonat viewed the display of art
her home on Yucca Road. Attending from out of town by local artists at the OpenAir

were Mrs. J. A. Gaffney with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Art Show Saturday and

Ralph Carlson, and Mrs. T. E. Montgomery, of Villanova, Sunday at 12th Avenue,
Pa., who was with her mother, Mrs. Robert Collins. South, and Third Street,
Kt
SURPRISE PARTY South. In the photo at upper ,
The last few weeks have been busy ones for the left Is a glimpse of the M

H. P. Johns who are spending the winter at the Beach exhibit as It looked in per.

Club. Their good friend, Dr. Richard S. Osenkop, flew spective. In lower left

down from Norristown, Pa., and hosted a surprise birth. photo is W. J. Fortier, Pine
day party for Dot Johns on Valentines Day. Since then Ridge Road, left, husband of
they have had a brief visit with Mrs. George Gretton of -- Maudine Fortier whose

Lawrenceville, N. J., who was en route to Coral Gables. t painting won first prize,
And they entertained for a few days Mrs. Fred Youngsof L: .e shown with Ken Oehmlg,

Miami Beach. local artist. In upper right Is
Mrs. M. P. O'Connor who has many friends here a group of Interested spec
from previous visits, Is now the guest of Mrs. Horace : f ; tators as they studied the

I Wright, First Street, North. Mrs. O'Connor lives In Fort paintings. In lower right is

Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Harold O. Barnes of

Mr. and Mrs. William Schrade of Middletown, N. Y., Delray Beach with Nelson J. Garden Club's County Audubon
are at the Golfing Buccaneer for three weeks. Mrs. Sanford, 300 Cove Lane,

Schrade's the Bahama parents Club.are Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Clemsonof Naples. (NEWS photos) Flower Show Group AirBoatsTo


Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fitkin are back on Gordon Drive Jackie PickingUp This SaturdayThe KakahatcheeAn

after a week in New York City. Next week the Fitklns Threads As airJwat ride to Fakahat.
expect Mrs. William Kearns to spend a few days with 9i' Ninth Annual Flower Show chee River and a walk through Fa. r
Private Citizen of the Naples Garden Club will kahatchee Swamp were featuresof
them. Mrs. Kearns, who formerly had a home here,
field last
be held Saturday, March 7, from a trip Wednesday
will be en route to Nassau. WASHINGTON (AP) Thereare 1 to 0 p.m. The show will be by members of the Collier County .
Tomorrow evening Mr. and Mrs. Truman Brown are bound to be "low day." and In the Woman's Club, and thereIs Audubon Society ,
the waves of terrible remenrbrance Guided by Cap Joe Simmonsof
no admission charger: Mrs.John
giving a cocktail party at their: _home! "Snail's} Pace", on but Mrs. John F, Kerr A. Burnham, Jr., show Big Cypress Bend, society
Galleon Drive. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sempleand l1 nedY Is picking up her life chairman announced.In members took a morning alrJwat
their daughter Betsy will arrive from Grosse Pointe, again u a private citizen In addition to the popular hor. excursion down to Fakahatchoe
quiet Georgetown. River.A buffet luncheon
tlculture and arrangement dlvl. noon was
Mich. to week with the Browns and their daughter "She's
spend a getting along quite alone, the show will feature exhibits served by Mrs. Simmons
Dede. well," friends report three by Caribbean Gardens of Many rare birds and plants y

On the 15th the Semples move to the Beachcomber. WORLD-FAMOUS "VIENNA CHOIR Is Saturday, March 7th. Beginning a months as sin'at ton after, her husband's as. bromellads Naples Orchid, and Society orchids A special by the noon were observed walk through during the the FakahaUchee after

They will be joined by their twin sons, Nat and Bill for BOYS," 22-voice singing group which Monday, March 9th, membership In Mrs. Kennedy Is engrossing exhibit of native ferns will be : Swamp. Among those taking
their spring vacation from Andover. headlines Naples Community Concert the 1965 Association will be thrown herself In her chUdren, her new. displayed by Mrs. W.C. Hutchln. part were Mrs Den Tate, Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clark of Rochester, N. Y., arrive Association's 1965 four-concert series, open to the general public on a "first ly purchased to her husband home ,and especiallythe memo.vials Club.son, a member of the Garden and and Mrs Mrs F.John L. Yarrlngton Strouse, Mrs., Mr

this weekend for two weeks In their Surfside apart was founded more than 450 years come, first served" basis. Member John Fitzgerald Kennedy People, wishing to exhibit In the( Gore Compton, Mrs Walter San.
ment. Later in the month Mr. Clark's brother-in-law and ago. Hayden and Schubert were VIenna ship dues are $7.50 for adults, $3 for library She has project.been dining out with horticulture or arrangement division ford aiidMrs.rranclsSlmmonds.,
sister also of Rochester will be down for a vacation. and the choir's students. Patrons $45 and may gut details and a pro.
Choir Boys; rep pay receive friends, Is seen In neighborhoodstores gram from members or from broiled tomatoes lisle good
Mrs. Beale's and Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. S. E. Hun. ertoire has been enriched by such four memberships. Checks went on a recent holiday. Frank Kerrigan's office at the with s topping of butler salt
kin and Mr. Hunkin, are leaving in a few days for a composers as Mozart, Beethoven, should be made payable to the 1965 weekend plantation with friends and took on her a Georgia two Woman's Club, It was announced. pepper and s suspicion of crushed

three week trip to Tucson, Ariz., and Mexico City.. Liszt and Bruckner. The freshness, Naples Community Concert Association youngsters to a circus perform._ garlic. l

TO HONOR GUESTS charm and artistry of the Vienna Choir and can be either mailed to Com ante Wednesday, Mirth 4. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY; NEWS 3
Service kept photograiihers
Secret men
There will be a party Saturday night hosted by Boys have won them multitudes of munity Concerts, Post Office Box 494, away and few paid '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins, First Avenue, North. It admirers and made them the most beloved or dropped off at the Bank of Naples, attention to the former first lady
will be In honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Plato choir ever to tour America. Pres headquarters for the membership during the circus outing
Mrs. Kennedy, however, can
Durham, of Gastonla, N. C. ent Community Concerts members are drive. never again really be just a private .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allman are now in Rehoboth reminded that deadline for renewals citizen. Every day, u the
Beach, Del., after a month at their home here on 18th sightseeing buses ride by and BOOKSSONG
police and Secret Service men
Avenue, South. Teyrall RoodShowings Church Of God maintain their 24-hour guard,
Tuesday evening Mrs. Emmons J. Wads entertainedwith AldersgateCircle she Is reminded of It.
cocktails and dinner at the Beach Club honoring Close Youth To Hold

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Conaway. The Conaways come Here TomorrowThe MeetsThe Drive For StampsThe Methodists Plan & STORY SHOP

Warren Pa. where Mr. recently retiredas Youth of Church of Cod
from Conoway current exhibition of paint. Aldersgate Circle of the Supper TonightA
president of the Pennsylvania Gas Company. Mrs.Wades ings by the prominent American Methodist WSCS met yesterday are holding a stamp drive to family night! covered dish 659 5th Av.. So. MI 2.2520
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elliott McConnell, artist, John Teyral of the Cleve. at the church parsonagewith Mrs. Sunshine purchase a Top church Value bus.Stamps S A H supper will be held at 11130 0'.
hostess
Harry Parham acting ,
land Art Institute and sculpture
and Cowden and their Robert Mrs. axe needed.Committees L clock tonight In the Fellowship
Mr. Mrs. George son by the noted Minneapolis sculp. assisted by Mrs. Louis Moore.
Hall of the First Methodist
Isobel Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wellman, Miss Menetha tor, John Rood, will end tomor. The meeting opened at 10 have been select Church of Naples. Members have
ed to work with the youth and
with devotions and the DISTINCTIVEFASHIONS
Cowden and the William Pancoasts. row Third at Street the Harmon South. Gallery, 1258 a.m.gram, conducted by Mrs. Bernice pro. an alUexpenae paid trip to Youth been asked to bring their out of
Business before pleasure was the program Tuesday. Opening Friday for a two week Hayes, and Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Camp in Wlmauma, Fla., will be town friends.A .
After the annual meeting of Mansion House apartment showing Is a one-man exhibitionof Hayes reviewed the life Christ given to the boy or girl obtain detiert your youngsters wilt
Ing the largest amount of
the last week before the stamps.
paintings by the eminent during enjoy: sweetened spplctsuct
entertained for cocktails and cook-
owners they were a American artist Darrel Austin. crucifixion; Mrs. Moore reading Those wishing to contribute to served with s topping of fried
out by the First Florida Resource Corporation. The gallery is open dally, except the story of the resurrection. this drive may call MI 2- 442 bresd. To prepare the bread remove COMPLETE
Another fine exhibition Is scheduled at the Harmon Sunday, from 10 to S and will Eleven members were present between 7 a.rn. and 5 p.m. and the crusts from the slices
at the meeting, Including Mes. someone will pick up the stamps. r'
be open Friday evening from 7 and cut into finger lengths; fry
Gallery. From March 6th through the 20th they will to 9, A few examples from the dames 0.1>. Drake, Sam England, The contest ends April 28.Don't until golden-brown in butler and RESORT ti
present the first one-man exhibition of paintings by the gallery's stock of work by 33 Edgar Everhard, Bernice Hayes, then sprinkle with confectioners
distinguished American artist, Darrell Austin, to be shownIn distinguished American artists Danny Hayes, William Kepp, Ik A LltUrbug sugar.s6 '
James Miller, Louis Moore, I
may customarily be seen In the
the State of Florida. .gallery's alcove during special Harry Parham and Duuglas APPARELThe

Naples 'VrUers'Forum Thursday night's program at exhibitions Smith.
6:35 p.m. win be Charlotte i '
To Discuss Durno, Pauline Townsend
Carrie Ben and Lou Mason fresh fashion look that
True Confessions with Jackie Hearth as mod- /
( spells Spring! .
88ge(4l1
Confession stories, humor, erator. PamperedPoodles
plotting the story and characterization The regular meeting of the LINEN SHEATHS
win be the topics Naples Writers Forum with PERKY PRINTS
discussed during the next four Mrs. Phyllis Luxem as chairman *
of will be held at 7:30 SUNDAY SILKS
programs dneNapleeWritersForum
of the Air. o'clock tonight in the NaplesWoman's j ; NaJyas Gathered for your pleasure
Members of the panel for Club 13tiUding.L eoa.

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CONFLICT OF INTEREST?

?&t G Ntttfs Today In Washington

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1 1x. BY THE ASSOC'ATED'PRESS

WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. 1964 --

WASHINGTON (AP) -In the communities for local action, a
f! corps to train youths, and a
Visit "Our" Caribbean Gardens This WeekThe ). ; s f ECTJON news BUNNIES from :Washington That Ions: lewd program to create employmentin
low
tf. Et' aJVl1 variety of bunny who hlpplty depressed areas through
clubs is Interest loans to industries
hops through playboy
The may run closerto
eyed by union officials. program
being The Hotel and Restaurant $900 million than to the $500
million envisioned in President
Employes and Bartenders International -
Union Is demanding Johnson's budget it is reported.
; In BILLt The White House Is not
that the bunnies get wages
talking about its telephone bill.
addition to tips.
.'':'. Union President Ed S. Miller Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari.
also zona, campaigning for the Re.
of Cincinnati Ohio
:j charged Tuesday that the girls publican presidential nomina.

.f ,. -decked out In scant costumes tlon In New Hampshire, said

.: f. with rabbit ears-who work for President Johnson claims to
.: the national chain of Playboy have cut the executive man.
:' {? slon'a light bill $1,200 but does
1, : clubs are forced to kick back
/7 \ part of their tips to bartendersand not mention a $160,000 telephone
busboys. bill. Goldwater said Johnsonran

value of Caribbean Gardens to time off to visit the Gardens on specified Picketing has been under way up the bill trying to be
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Naples and Collier County is being recognized days. Gardens owner Julius Fleischmannand ; ii at the Detroit club and may be palsy walsy with businessmenfrom
extended to clubs In other citieshe coast to coast.
this week, thanks to the Naples General Manager Joel Kuperberghave said. Asked about it Tuesday press

Chamber cf Commerce, the Naples Rotary for several years invited Neapolitans Leaders of the AFUCIO union secretary Pierre Salinger asked

Club, and others who are participating to visit the Gardens free of chargeone I ( i. holding their annual executive "How are you going to segre.
/ szAL ,." ;;of' board meeting here, also talked gate the President's phone bill
In the event. day each year. Those who have :.' "'"1 about extending the federal from the White House phone?"

An "appreciation luncheon" for Ca. taken advantage of the offer have, almost o minimum law to hotel and "How are you going to segre.

ribbean Gardens was held today at the Invariably, come away surprisedand EXP2VTt4 ; ; #'t restaurant emplojes. gate the President's light blU
: : .: : POVERTY Although not from the White House light
Beach Club Hotel In cooperation with pleased at the attractiveness and completely worked out, President bill?" the newsman asked in

the Rotary Club, whose regular meetingis charm of the place. : .. 0 l4.i. \::: Johnson's antipoverty pro turn."We've

held there each Wednesday Wendell We have said it before, but it will .. ..-. ::. .;.;...... .: [ .. three gram key apparently proposals will, Informed contain light and phone never bills discussed in the past the

Jarrard, chairman-director of the Florida bear repeating that "Junkie" Fleisch- ; / : ';:, ... .:':\ sources said Tuesday.The and we are not going to now,"

Development Commission, was the mann operates Caribbean Gardens despite three; Federal grants to declared Salinger. .

speaker.It a considerable financial loss each ... ,. .
Is fitting and proper that residentsof year. And those who airily say, "Well, '. .. .. ., ':'>. A -: :. '..:.:' ::::;; :;;i I I_: : ,

this area at long last are recognizing he can take It off his Income tax," just -rtIOI\/\/-'I'

that the Gardens is a decided asset that don't know what about. vw. .w.'xr .u- .. ,. ...
they're talking '. .
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deserves the full cooperation and sup- To date. he tells us. he hat not been h -.., _
Sinful this
is sez...
port of the community. Let us supposefor allowed to deduct -s such 'losses. Yet, he Ugliness guy

a moment that the Garden was not has proved his Interest In the communityby Stamps In The News PET DOCTOR '

located here. What reason would a tour continuing to operate the Gardens. *y A. W. MolUr, D.V.M. By HAL BOYLE

ing motorist have for stopping? Try Perhaps this writer, having been AP rVewsfeofure

naming a few. brought up in Winter Haven, "the homeof By SYD KRONISH NEW YORK (AP) -"Happl. museums, dormitories,libraries
"
ness is not a worthy end, re- cultural centers, factories phar'
It is difficult to believe that some Florida Cypress Gardens," has an ad- .TilE UNITED NATIONS Postal Administration will 19111 marked Edward D. Stone, who maceutical laboratories, civic

owners and employees of local business vantage over the majority of Neapolitans. redesign and reissue itt SO cent stamp on March 6. The has been haunted by beauty all buildings banks, private homes

establishments still can not give accurate We are acutely aware of what Dick basic design, identical to that of the itamp on the, his life and a monastery.At .
he and his staff of
"Everybody present
runs through
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directions for reaching Caribbean Gardens Pope's Cypress Gardens has done for S-cent printed envelope shows an elongated globe with MMQhvfala emotional cycles, depending on 200 assistants are planning or

But this writer has been so Informed that area. Caribbean Gardens can do a__stylized. L weather. ,vane atop. The background color is a his nature, which may range completing work on a dozen
ix wiiue me rc., 01 me scamp from suicidal despair to esctatlc projects. Among them are seven
friends who
had
by visiting requested the for this
same area. is divided into blocks of green UNIT O NATION Aiwa exultancy." buildings at the New York

directions at local establishments.It May we strongly suggest to Collier yel6w! red, blue orange purple W :. To Stone, who has been acclaimed World's Fair, Including two'religious t

is also a regrettable fact that some Countians that they visit Caribbean Gardens and The maroon. 'if as America's greatest pavilions, the Tulsa Civic
original 50 center which '0 living architect, the best an. Center, the Huntington Hartford
local residents have not visited the Gardens the first for
at opportunity see went on tale Nov. 16, 1951 will 7
... swer to the challenge of exist Gallery of Modern Art here, and
in many months or not at all. In themselves the beauty and entertainment no longer be Issued A N ence Is the dedication that the proposed cultural center In

view of the importance of the attractionto available there and then make it a Collectors may obtain first-day z comes with creative work. Washington, D.C., honoring the
covers of this new .t.mpby tend o c "I feel sorry for people who late President John F. Kennedy.
the community, the Chamber of Commerce point to recommend Caribbean Gardensto ing their remittance to cover the Z spend their lives doing nothingbut Stone, a determined individualist

might well suggest, with the cooperation visitors, friends, and casual acquaint cost of the stamps to be affixedto i 50t n buying eggs for three cents puts the stamp of his

of the Gardens management, ances. United Nations Postal Administration. OsLaaH/'I.HH'elt 11Io ? and selling them for five cents. own personality on every build.
United Nations N.Y. NauNN They only db this to get moneyto ing designed by his firm.
that local businessmen give employees Only money orders or certified Q. Why does COlt to much buy more enjoyment for Here Is how he views his art:

checks will be accepted, Re live*.. He uses a regular 8V4 x 11 money when I coll veterinarian themselves and their families," "Ugliness is sinful, because,
quests must be received prior black stock sheet with Stone said. like
1 I acetate to my house to core for my horse? sin, ugliness reflects a
to March. 6. pocket. Since these stamp are "But creative work is absorb. grossness of mind and a povertyof
doss it coil
Why
C more
I saes round and heavy the usual money fag in itself and
quite material gainis spirit, a robot-like material-!
others say IfTEMS' ; This column ha* received rhanytctetters' JmethoJ' Tnountirtg'i 'II hor'1'O.. than when I call my own doctor?, a byproduct, not the main Ism that Implies denial of a
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I information on upcoming U.S.1 t S. greatest of all." of perfection.
A. Som. human doctor have low
stamps and first-day cover Here, Japan' 1964 New Year'* Stone, a tall, courtly broad. "Great art is the result of
and .
f. velerlnorloni have high
Complaints VARIETY OF CORN ii the latest information on this | stamp was of unusual design lam browed man of 62, started the peace, prosperity and leisure.We .
(feel and vice '
subject from the'POlt Office De- The 5 Y adhesive, featured two v.na.U."allyv.l.r'nary study of architecture In his have all these things, but
Receive Novel Gov. Terry Sanford commen- (f... lower han hosed
TreatmentCHIEF considerably (
dably. ha announced Cor partment in the nation's capital: Dragon dolls called "Iwai and are youth In Fayettevllle; Ark., a our country hasn't yet reachedthe
n- Feb. 22 4 cent Customs Service medical doctors. The colt and flmeof town which
bread Week In Lucky. In Japan the year 1964is he whimsically says philosophical point wherewe
North Carolina.
CHARLES MCLAUGHLIN of the Rye, N.Y., pleasant task In Commemorative Postal Card represented by the sign of the, 'training for a veterinarian It about ,has been described as "a hot. want to. leave a heritage of
Police Department, weary of receiving ill-founded pros reminiscent moreover of "Lanternson a Washington; March 19 5 cent Dragon. The stamp was designed equal to that of 0 human doctor usually bed of t tranqulllty. loveliness to future times.
Charles M. Russell Painting Maseru about leve'n yari The veterinarian Since then the "A
the Levee by Kimura. .scope of his hero of mine, Frank Lloyd
complaints concerning Inadequate traffic protec- "Italy Is famed: for Its Great Falls Mont,; April 29-5 e mult''often maintain o large clinic or output has been tremendousand Wright, used to say, 'Love your
tion for the city's schoolchildren and of issuing the governor's statement pizza reads, cent John Muir commemorative The Republic of Korea ha* hospital building and provide equipment worldwide. It includes the work, love your wife, love the

reports on traffic safety which were ignored by "France Is renowned for its Martinez Calif; May 5-5 cent announced the Issuance of the Which human doctors have avail famed U.S. Embassy in India; truth.' To this I would only add,
suzettes Battle of Wilderness commemorative following new set of stamp*' able at hoipitalt. Remember that me a $2b million hospital in Peru; 'Love God-that's all there Is to
the. Orient has
the complainants, decided to do something to place Its crepe chow meln Latin America Fredericksburg, Va. 15th Anniversary of U.S. Human veterinarian mutt' often drive a long" hotels In Panama and Lebanon; life; "
the situation in its .. Charter dl.lanceln'oh. to ahon.
proper perspective. has its tortilla, the ancient East Right 15th Anniversary country see

pedestrians Acting on act the'.as premise if all that traffic many motorists and has has Its Its pumpernickel barley loaf and Germany England World Scott's Album has containing announced over 220 its of public U.N.of Recognition Korea inauguration of the Re of and Often mil"HI,tale*.. bltfgert him away part from of a hiiorlke bill for s.(::':;::l11j:: t!::;:; !:;\!: :; t j@ilf. fj; ::.v;::::.:::. .:t .... :;.i} :.;;;:::. '. I

regulations, speed halt Its crumpet. But pages with spaces for 11,000 the fifth President of the Republic hone car It In medication.The modern

limits, and safety guides are made for everyoneelse above all these ranks Nor t hCArolina' postage stamps i i. now availableat musical instrument series veterinarian> uses modern drugs and* Catch as Catch Can . .lfo

but themselves, Chief McLaughlin took motion cornbread ." $3. Two new sections have featuring 10 .different. design. Some of thei are qult..psnsive.!
of A* the. governor! point out, been added, One II' entitled .e Added to 'this It the fact mot a hone Police in Park Ridge. 111., WRITE CONGRESS
pictures parents violating or ignoring the virtue of coinbiead lien in "Getting To Know Your Stamps" Northern Rhodesia has issued will need 16 tlmei 01 much medication are beginning to ticket airlines Your congressman and senators

safety and traffic regulations at the city's schools. its splendid variety. It ran he and the other is "Collector'sGuide. a new definitive set of 13 value, at will a human. So, when you add up whose low flying planes welcome your views. Here's

Among the scenes taken was one of a Kye mother baked fried stcnmed, boiled, ." These are specifically reports the British Crown Agents me Urn that' must' be pant' In geflng violate I the village's new where to writ them:
allowing her children broiled, stuffed with oyxters or geared for beginners. in Washington. The design common to and taking care of o hone, the ip. noise abatement ordinance. Rep. Paul G. Rogers Room
leave
to and the
enter side butter or marmalade, flattenedin sae. to all the stamp depicts a dallied equipment' needed and h.co.1 111 House Office Bldg., Washington

of her car facing oncoming traffic, other mothers an Iron skillet to become hoecake A reader of "Stamps" magazine portrait of Queen Elizabeth and of drugs you may begin to underitond Night's WorkA D.C.

pushing baby strollers out into traffic, and school- (the ]erfect companion of reports how he mount his the Northern Rhodesian Coat of why tome veterinary bllll 'for horses burglar broke into a Sen. SpMsard L. Holland. Room
barbecued Arms black blue and gold. 421, Senate Office Bid*/:.. Washington
children pork), dropped Into Tonga Gold Coin commemora in may teem high. Copenhagen, Denmark lumber -
paying no attention whatsoever. to or hot lard to become hunhpup- D.C.Srn. .
but
completely ignoring or disobeying safety signs plea, whipped up to form a I B iwITI next yard morning was when caught someone the : George A. Smothers. Room
4113\
New
posted The films especially for them. crusty if necessary jacket, it for can cat be fish used; and.a* 4 .."',: .x ) ':. ,,' 'i ;:Jf II :r i.i; ;'{I:11;: : found swivel him chair.asleep in the boss' WaxhiiiRtnn/ ,Senate DC OW,. Bldg.

are tp be shown in the schools and a right decent plaster should 'l Tm

will I be available for display before civic group! the roof leak. Contingents of * *

Chief McLaughlhi hopes this technique will] goa the South' Revolutionary armies Tt.O.A\8.: ACOR . . . .. . .. - -
lived on cornbread and 'I I I'I, / Use Head - - - -
C RAT V
long toward E X A G G I L:
way solving the local safety problem '
sweet and
potatoes survived
SPRCC I ICE EN: Bam! Bam! Barn! CRACK!
and bringing closer to those responsible the both diet find British to founda ACROSS
That's the it
TCMT ANT ARE way goes
obvious truth that safety regulations intended new nation Human progress 1. Sl'rtuds 26.way frolll when drive nails into a
are IK best carried out on full E: R 5 ASK C. R C 'VI you m
for everyone. stomachs and the humble varieties und."d.td"lnd".lrd R I I. A L- H 0 A % plaster wall. Yet it need not. lf
6. Silh"d. 1'.1. 21. \11 When nail Into
FBI law Enforcement Bulletin driving a
of com mewl I hav done 10. JI\\"llch MA I L. eGEL !!, U V. E: 8 of
29,11 stick small
plaster a piece
(heir purl In bnUteilng the RemarksSMALL
pmt 12. L RAM. C R U the first. This
cabs spint. Oinrlolir Iniquity 31.101' tape over spot
News 13. fast 32. Dlue gran 0 N A 0 C R PUT T should prevent cracking and

14.1'erily 33.Jap. armv U T.I U R N. MAR I A crumbling of plaster. But.don't t . . . . . . . .
U. Cave ruerH P C: R PET RAT I ION hammer too hard.If .

I War Against PovertyPresident 16.I.u"sl 35. Uitdm el. E. R AS. E. 0 N 0 N E.hllth you are driving wood TOWN STUFF
ode screws into the wall, plaster
Johnson has declared with ments of $1,060 million and providing 18.Ja J; p.state- oprrad bird O"rF SOLUTION Of YfSTIRDAY'S PUZZLE will be found to chip and Naples 1 I. enjoying the bluest winter
emphaiii that he will carry on an "un 100,000 new job.Jndf'r the Manpower not hold the screw. To improve hare seasonwe
7 Mendicant
lIIoln -0. RedlnleDOWN seen during the
conditional war against poverty" In doing Development and Training Act 21,700 friar holding power first nearly 15 years we've
19. Reserve 1 I. Network been
so he will be following Important person have been trained for new Jobs grate drill a small hole in the plaster calling this place home. For which-hooray. !
libbr2.. Old horses 2. Arab. 8. Kelune
of which 70 per cent have been placed. Corps: port and pack it with steel
part of the program laid down by President These are examples of what has already 20. Medical 43ttopy: 3. Muffin 9. Trends wool then drive the screw labs (Mrs. Robert) Keely If
Kennedy when he first took office. been done. Mote recent legislation has man H. Dirk 4. Exhibit 10. Declare a into the steel wool. a few .pare hour hanging say anybody has
Also whether Intentional or not, he !is. .. 'u" '.' heavy on their hands,
made possible an expansion of the program 22. Cling to U. Rental 5. Dimension suit w4'r. :' can while them .
away on this little
lued in those word a challenge to every 2.5. Lay"u contract 6. Pepper plant 11 Heavy :.: ;0 word punier- mske
Christian to one using! only the letters
remember a statement credited from
No the two
one needs to be told that those 17. Ital. rI.trI
to Jesus In John' Gospel: "I came politicians who denounce all\ such effort t :I 1 e 9 19. Famous COLLIER COUNTY NEWS words- ROI" Mules. 1'e haven't had any spare
that they may have life and have It to aid those who suffer tragic experience s// time on our hand recently so we. can't offer say
abundantly" (according to the Revised Korean MICHAEL CHANCE Edlt..Publllh.rTHOMA' help.
through no fault of their own and delight I' /I 'IZ HAVER. Associate Editor_
Standard Version 21. IlnlUmIJ
) or In a more explicit to 0
label such legislation as "com
MARSHALL WYATT, Adv Manager
translation: "I have come that men may munistic" will be especially vocal in this 14 22. Mohammedan HENRY HOFFMAN. Meed. Supt. NOTE TO TilE MOOSEl The buoy marking the
have life" and may have it in all its election year. Many of the opponents 0 Scriptures DAVID HERMANSON. Clr,. Director location of the artificial fishing reef has been
fullnes*. (The New English Bible.) are members of the Christian church ,,S 0I' 11 // LESLIE BODEEN. Circulation Mgr missing for some time or at least that' what. a
In the president' state of the union who sadly need to be reminded or) In- : // 23. Throw"into MRS. LOUISE DAUB. Office Mfr fellow told ua over the telephone. Hope find
address to Congress, In which he made formed-of! what practical Christianity -/j H to l' disorder PETER SHUTTS. Classified Mgr lime to replace it soon. you
the declaration on the kind of "war"we requires toward those in need. Out of : 24. Sucking fish 1 Published daily, except Monday

heartily approve, he backed up his multitudes of examples, note this from 7 lZ ZS if 0 l 26. Poplars the end Collier Saturday County in tha Publihin afternoon, Co.by, Current television prorallli art driving people
declaration by reminding his listeners Matthew's gospel: Inc.. 741 Twelfth Avenue South Na-
back In
23 to the movies droves
and the nation t. Rumple Fla., UNO. Mail address P. 0. laeidentally, when
that In the United State Tor I was hungry and you gave me // [11 1a I-/.Jo' Bles. .
30. Exclamation 17)7.Telephone .e see In exchange a..p.p.rs the advertise'
/ /
/ ,
one-Afth of the families have such limited r ;
no food. I
was thirsty and you gave me I- Midway 22107 far all meats for .dult" movies .e're mighty grateful
Incomes that they cannot meet even no drink. I was a stranger and did 3d JI : departments.
you 0
( 03 that
Arnold and .
their basic needs President Kennedy not welcome me, naked and you did Harden . Muaar't Flayae avoid such sexfilms
in his appeal to Congress, had said thatit not clothe me, tick and In prison and Jt () JJ f Jj J J1 3) RoundTable Subscription Rates ID heir theatres

Is "the poverty which persist in the you did not visit me. 'Lord, when did : knight By carrier. or mall payable 'Inadvance. FINANCIAL NOTE The father of one of the

midst of plenty" It i II interesting to recall we see thce hungry or thirsty or a Ji 0. .0 fI 36. Impel One Year II S. six Months V.M, floe lad who deliver The New tell\ o* his boy
that Mr. Kennedy' appeal lOOn stranger: or naked or sick or in prison 37. Chief ofJanlxarles Three Months 1J.75.Member used to his allowance like a berserk sail
after he took office got some important and did not minister to thcc' Then he .z 0q J of The Associated Press, spend '
which is entitled oxclusively to the or. Now the tad has learned that money doesn'tgrow
results toward mitigating this poverty will answer them 'Truly. I say to you 39 Adjectivesuffix use for republication of all. local' 0"
his
though pitifully far from enough The as you did It not to one of the least of H 0 0., ? // [ news Items printed In this paper ss tree and bal started stashing away
Redevelopment Act of May 1901 has so these, you did it not to me' The well as all AP now dispatches. esrnlag* la a strings aceoiat. That'. wonderful
'liar resulted in projects invdlvlninvelt- ell u rc:III/III" For nose, 29 """. *' "' ..If_..'.. 41 Aficu.. .it; the Entered Pat Office as second at ..class.pI...matter Florida at, news to us, too. We have beee hoping the boys
snack ender Act of March J. ..,7. would learn the vale of n dollar U their foba.I .

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Rec Board FeelsIt n..d.y. March 4. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

Was BypassedOn

8sles Of CapYf!'[ Recreation New CenterThe Board report County OKs' Temporary &"


Br JVHK CUPPS Ml I.e-lit i ed Ing to that City It felt Council It was this unnecessarily morn. Plan For Dog Control t

The 36th residence on the They've been fishing water ski bypassed during the plan. ., Q ?
Isles Is under construction. It ing and shelling. nine stages of the City's new
belongs to Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Mr.and Mrs.Russell Dunhamand community center. The County Commission yes. As reported by Mrs. Lori ICeI.
Kerna Board chairman John Cowles terday entered a temporary con. ler, president of the society a
hanofRomeoMlchat
>Si,I family from Attleboro told Council tract with the Humane of
that the recreation Society truck appeared last Friday at
is on Tahiti Street Thel kern- Mass., are spending two weeksat board Council Naples Inc. mint animal
was set up by stipulating a the shelter with one small
aghans have been down here the Fishing Lodge. Theytoo on July 25: 1962, to act In an ad. mum $ZOO per month county pay. dog In a cage, a larger one MU
since early January, staying in have been fishing, water vlsory capacity. It met with ment for a stray animal program ching a ride in the truck and
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Bob Carter's skiing and shelling. They'vehad community center architect M Bound by limited funds in the desperately trying to get Into
duplex. The Kernaghans rever- catches of snapper,sheeps- William Zimmerman and approve aM r 1663-64 fiscal year budget the the cage, and five yelping dogs
sed the usual building pro- head, and snook. Last Monday ed the first plans he submitted. Commission agreed only to a tern trailing the truck. .'f
cedure, for the first things to they went oystering. "But when further InquiriesInto porary arrangement with a With some expert handling by "'11
appear at their property werea Mr. and Mrs. Perry from the technical details of the f.. further study of the stray ant. attendants, In "Keystone Cop
dock and a recreation center were needed, c mal program to be made at fashion," Mrs. Keller said, six
boat. 1 think Hialeah the weekend fish
their Is spent the then mayor I Ignored the recreation i ; 196465: budget time. of the dogs were coon In cap.
way Howard the best way. ing out of the Fishing Lodge. board and appointed a t w i m- At yesterday's session on dogs, tlvity. One member of the doc
Mr.
Gaston's mother The Perrys who are property factfindlng committee within I numerous situations were re party, bearing a license tag
and sister, Mr. H.B. Gaston owners here come over fre Council," Cowles stated. it I ( viewed and a good dog story took off, apparently realizing he
and Mrs. H.E. Shepard from quently. "If this board continues to be .' was revealed. was not to be picked up as a
Antioch, IlL, are visiting on Mr and Mrs. Felix Buchen- bypassed, It might be best to stray.
the Isles. They are staying In roth, Sr. of Jackson, Wyoming disband it."
the Sywasslnk duplex fora who are spending the winter at Ken Griffin HOW MUCH?
NO SUCH INTENT There was considerable discussion .
month.
the Isles of Capri Marina and
Mr. and Mrs. Councilman Francis Ford, the about fees for license
EJ. Pool of Motel were Joined last week Show
"then mayor" referred to, repll. exhibited of familiar almost ob. Coming tags. Presently, the county char,'
Elmhurst 111., left the Isles by Mrs. Buchenroth's sister ed JOHN SHARP paintings at ages prosaic,
that "there was no Intent on ges only $1 compared to$3 maximum
last week after a month's stayin and brother-in-law Mr. and the Robinson realistic Im- sects that create an Intense illusion
my part to bypass the recrea. Gallery are Here March 10The In the City of Naples, Mrs.
the Tatu duplex on Nassau Mrs. Wayne Abbott of Tavares tlon board." Carl Hoffmann recalled Keller objected to a higher fee
Street. They will continue their Fla. They hope to get downto that the Council commit. Orville Bulman Mr. and Mrs. "Ken Griffin Show billed in the county, believing county
vacation in Arizona. About the some serious fishing this tee was appointed to study only Pop Art By John Sharp Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitneyand as two hours of sparkling, enter dog owners In general could not
last thing they did here was week. the financial aspect of the com. others. talnment for the whole family meet a higher fee. She claimedthe
find a Junonla. and that's one The two couples bowling munlty center, although the plans The Sharp paintings were featuring music, magic 111 lu. program would benefit all
thing they surely won't be ableto teams are rolling along winningsome approved by the Recreation Board called to the attention of Richard lions, and comedy will be in taxpayers as well u the dog ow.

do in Arizona games and losing some were architect altered to extensively the by Council the. Now At Robinson Gallerybehaved Robinson by Orville Bulman Naples, Tuesday, March 10. nen.The Commission
incorporate
stubbornly
The Pools no sooner left than games. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff whose one-man exhibit at the The local Kiwanis Club will
committee's suggestions. defended a policy where all
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Savageof Wittig substituted for Dick and "The Parks Board feels it has Naples Is afforded a close- form, It Is, nonetheless Robinson Gallery Is continuing sponsor the show In Naples, with county departments are to be self

Rochester, N.Y., moved into Kay Larson last Sunday. been neglected, too,"Mrs.Casey up glimpse of Pop An U.S.A. Pop An. until Saturday of this week. The plans an 8 for a showing 4 p.m. in matinee the Naples and supporting It was suggested thata
p.m.
the apartment they vacated. The Miller remarked The recom. In a group of 10 paintings by This Innovation In the artistic Bulman show has attracted wide Senior High School auditorium. penalty should be attached for
Savages have been here two pre City Council mendatlons made by the Parks Palm Beach artist John Sharp world which results from attention In Naples and has been "The Ken Griffin TV Thrill. recovery of an Impounded dog.
vious years and are by no means Board at Its meeting Monday will being shown at the R. & R. new attitudes towards subject received so well that the exhibition Orama Show" features six acts Commissioner Glenn Allen
strangers. They expect to s.y (Continued from page 1)tors" come up at the April 1 Council Robinson Gallery, 1290 Third matter has been labeled Pop has been a near sellout which have been outstanding hits maintained many dog owner will
for two weeks. buildings with plywood I meeting. Street South. While Sharp'swork Art -- a phrase picked up In Robinson reports. The Robinson on various television showsj The make no attempt to have a doe
Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Drobeck floors and wooden roofs. Cowles presented the Recreation Is considered Pop Art England from the vernacularof Gallery Is open from nineto Floating Princess; the Butt Saw Inoculated and buy a its, open.
returned to Chesapeake City Board's plan for scheduling in a mild-mannered and well- commercial jazz-- and recently five Mondays through Satur- Dluslonj; the Decapitation; The Ing on a JjuU "If they catch
Council passed a resolution of events In the community cen. Inca Flame Dance the Houdlnl me, HI pay." He thought a recovery
Md. for what ;
they hope Is a commending former mayor and l ter when it is completed later in promulgated In Americaby penalty would tend to
Trunk Escape and the Haunted
short stay. They'll be down now Councilman Francis Ford for the spring. A priority would be Air ort establishments as different days.Hoffa's Totem Lodge;, all outstanding advoid this situation.
again soon, and then they'll established for various of as the New York Times and
his six years of service to the i types Fate hits, have thrilled and puttied Presently, an Impounded doc
be classified as permanent re- City "I'm deeply appreciative i organizations, and those with high the Guggenheim Museum television audiences across the not Inoculated 1* released to the
sidents. for this resolution," he said., priority would have preferenceover John Sharp's work Is done nation, said Phil Drunk, Klwanls owner with Instruction to have a
Those WUllamsvllle N.Y., other groups In use of the NOtGSBy In gouache on goldleaf over- e In Hands Of chairman of the affair coming to rabies *hot. A statement from the
people have been coming and Crowded schedules have prevented building at any one time. lay and creates a striking Naples, March 10. veterinarian that the shot ha*
going all week. Sunday the state conservation of Activities of, or sponsored by, effect. Any subject Is grist Twelve Jurors Wickets for the performance been given entitles the ownerto
flcials from coming to Naples the Recreation Department purchase a tag
JOHN E ZATE
23rd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank for the artist's mill. Strawberries may be purchased at the Naples
but Archie Turner said 1 would be The
Mayor at the head of the list. question came ups "What
and With the arrival of bet- CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. CAP)i Floor Coverings, The Brunk-MU.
Mlschler Mr. Mrs.George even jelly-beans carrots
he is hopeful such persons as i The board also recommended that happens If the owner falls to
Mlschler Mr.and Mrs.Whitney comservatlon department head I events be calendared a month ter weather and the promiseof garlics lobsters birds caviar -The Jury in James R. Hoffa'strial ler Insurance, or from any comply and doe not have the
Harris-Mr, and Mrs. George Randolph Hodges and Red Tide i at a time. Organizations Intend more to come, passenger ducks nuts, pills capsu- on charges of attemptedJury 'I Klwanlan. Admission prices will dog Inoculated?"
t Wood rich, and Mr. and Mrs. researcher Robert Ingle can t Ing to use the building during a traffic took another big surge les -- all Intrigue him and he day. for tampering a verdict tries that again he says to. be 1.25: for adults and 90 cents It appeared the routine would
Duke Schroegel came for a visit come within a week or so. given month would have to apply upwards last week. A total does them with intense real- will determine his future as a for children. follow an uncertain path. First,
with Mr. and Mrs. Al Tatu. by the 20th of the preceding! of 215 passengers was carried labor leader. the Humane Society would haveto

They all wetn to Nassau on Naples Supply iecelved an ex. month. between Naples and Miami Ism.Sharp's paintings are In The four women and eight which tried him on a conspiracy sign affidavits which would go
Friday and returned on tues- tension of a permit for a tern, preserve as many as possible.. compared to 245 during the the Philadelphia Museum, Dal- men deliberated 2 hours and 95: charge In Nashville to the sheriff and an arrest
day. Right now they are some- porary building. A two-month ex., Some of the lots are low and same period last season. The las Museum American Aca minutes Tuesday night before The Nashville Jury from would be made. The cue wouldbe
where between here and tension of a temporary sign wet and breed mosquitoes, Wood busiest time is yet to come demy of Arts and Letters,Nor U.s. Dlst. Judge Frank Wilson which three Jurors or prospective tried In county court, but
Wllliarnsville. permit was given to Hartley's said, and need to be cleared and the next three weeks will ton Gallery and the Pennsylvania sent them to bed at 10 p.m Jurors were excused on seemingly there Lt no precedentor
Variety Store. The original per. before they are filled Waiting be the big ones for this year. Academy of Art His Hal W. Bullen, 69, a retired grounds that someone tried to the penalty assessment to guide
action of the
mlts were of until the rainy would sales executive elected contact them never was able county judge.
one.year duration. season com. was tq
LOOKING AROUND At the present time the majority work is included in the private And further "What happens to
In the latter case, G, P. Riner plicate clearing work, he noted. Jury foreman. agree.
Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Paasch told Council of the nights are already collections of Miss Shirley the ""r" the meantime?"
he will use the two. The Jurors are considering six The Judge Instructed the Jurors
and daughter Ruth from Buffalo month period to determine whether Stricken from the agenda was committed to extra sections Booth Walter P.ChryslerJr., weeks of testimony on govern. Tuesday that 11 of fa cannotbe
N.Y.. are spending this the Hartley's building is setting the water connection fee and many more reservationsare Mr. and Mrs. George Gallup ment charges that Hoffa, presl convicted unUss at least one H. W. CUOUSERrrpm theMITSOPOLITAN 11
week in Bob Dearth's duplexon structurally able to support a for Sea Gate School. The school expected. Miss Helen Hayes Mrs. Moss dent of the International Team. of the others also is found nun| UFI
Pelican Street These folks ;second story, Board did not take up the Itemat Charter flights last week Han Mr. and Mrs. Joshua stern Union, aided and abetted guilty. A man cannot legally beheld a U .. /
are looking over the area, withan _>>--1! MOIfdQ '1 'meeting; and'the 4. were flown to Fort Myers Marathon Logan. Mr. and Mrs George five other men on trial with! him 1 :responsible'if on. .lieMfif r'1M tA. .itei. aNoAetr
eye to finding the perfect Two bids for clearing of 38 I City can't act until the school Key West, Tampa and Vlgoureaux. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. In trying to fix the 1962 jury someone who did nothing Life and Penonal Acci**"
place for a permanent home. vacant lots were received, but: board does. Ocean Reef In addition to eight wrong he said. and Health Insure
they will not be opened until Judge Wilson also said, "It U F. 0. a.a tM UI'
We feel they need look no far- The petition prepared by Clay. air-taxis to Miami. Equipmentused
ther and hope they will settle the April 1 meeting. Joel Kuper. ton Bigg last month was read on the flights was pretty TV RADIOa not necessary for the goy".n. L.ADIBS "'
ment to show that an attempt \
berg asked whether trees wouldbe .
under
"correspondence, though well divided between the Co- FRBHTONlTE .
to contact a Juror) was *uc.cecsful .
taken
here.Mr. out or killed In ( .
Turner noted that the
and Mrs. Jack Klein discriminately.Wood petition's manche. Apache. 182 Cessna or that an approach ac.
request that the City deny the and the Twin Cessna By CYNTHIA LOWRY he seemed ,<
Jr. from Arthbold Ohio are replied that some trees nedy, rather restrained tually was made." It 1s luffl.
guests at the Isles of Capri would have to be taken out, but Royal Palm Club building per. One of the Cessna 1723 usedon AP Televlalon-Radlo Writer In his comment. clent, he laid, If the Jury be. Post Time + 1
Fishing Lodge this week. precautions would be taken to mit, was dated. The permit was chaner work returned to the NEW YORK (AP)-Last Sep. Brinkley does have a keen lIeves the government proved .in
granted last week. fleet last week sporting a com- tember when the U.S. State De. eye for detail. He noted the attempt wu made. 8:15 _
pletely new Interior and paint partment wa* busy arranging a care used to hang Ethiopian Conviction could mean up to h lenltc ?*>rlnjr
three-day state visit of Emperor flags right side up because IS years In prison and $10,000 /
; job. The was
upholstery
il irTr5SS + eI terned after the Interior In pat-the Halle Selassie of Ethiopia, NBC they become Bolivian flags in fines for Hoffa. For the oth. DOGRACES
was almost as busy preparing: when upside down. His cameras en, it could mean up to B years
popular Piper Comanche and a report on the etiquette of a lingered lovingly on bartenders' and $9,000: each.
the paint design closely follows state visit. agile hands, on platters of meat
the Pipers' exterior. Additional The report, "Our Man In balls and shrimps at the cock.. To Advertise U.S. 41 North
soundproofing was added Washington," was shown Tuesday tail party, on the pastry gun It Pay
in the cabin with the result night making Icing rosettes on a cake.A .
that this ship is undoubtedly NBC cameras were in State touching moment was re.
one of the plushest of Its Department offices when An. corded after the emperor, an
kind In the area. goer Diddle Duke, In charge of admirer of Abraham Lincoln
protocol discussed final detail had laid a silver wreath at the
John Conroy began his flight with the Ethiopian ambassador. Lincoln Memorial. As an Inter
instruction In the J-3 Cub under Cameras were in the royal preter translated the Gettysburg .
the expert tutoring of Instructor train as it drew up to the Wash Address, tears were clear.
Dick Carey. Garey's ington station platform and a ly visible in the sovereign' !
fame as a well-qualified instructor formal reception complete with u m_ evei."Our.
151LV has now spread up the 21gun salute: Man In Washington"made
west coast to Venice and he Cameras were In the kitchen magnificent use of color. -
I presently has two students from during preparations for a lav. For those who law the program
that ish State Department luncheon. In all its glory It was a most
area coming to Naples each
They were behind the bar at the interesting 60 minutes For oth.
weekend for flight instruction.
emperor's $8,000.1 000-guest reception ers it must have dragged fre.
I Those riding Naples last week for offlclaf l Washington.Cameras quently There was a marked
Included: Mrs E. SkaggsHL were trained on tendency to linger overlong GUITARSSEE
d f Bradley Ben Tate, Mr. and President John F, Kennedy like impolite guests at the reception ,
Mrs. J.H. Slater Mr. and Mrs. looking healthy and tanned, as and parties OUR BIGSELECTION
F, Scott Mrs. Addison Wood, he received the emperor. "Alfred Hitchcock Present,"
Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fltkln. Mr. Sight of the late presidentwas dropped by CBS from next sea-
and Mrs. G. Gage. In addition a damper to this viewer on ion' schedule, will return to Iik'
Mrs. A.R. Staley J.M. the rest of the llghUiearted pro. NBC"replacing the "Eleventh OF :

Connell and John Martin all gram.It was one of David Brlnkley'c Hour.Recommended tonight "The (( ..
Three Immokalee basic GUITARSV
BUDDIES "buddies"
plete
STILL training as serving rode the "round trip excur- occasional specials Perhaps because Danny Kaye Show" CBS, lOon .
buddies joined the service of their in the same unit, side by side, at sion" during the week. of the presence of Ken. EST. 'r'; is

country recently, as enlistees in the Fort Jackson, S. C The second guarantee NOW! 'J

United States Army. They are Walter entitles to assignment and trainingin At '

Tom Rivers and two Sage brothers, the field of his choice, Sergeant EVERYTHING U1J002FeoiliQ, RAY DEATRICH Many Styles .J 1 1to

James K and Linton Wayne Each was Sandstedt said Inasmuch as all three FOR YbUR,. ( / HARDWARE choose $: '.tiI. ,
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M-, prefer, mood meek brln!*!. to "mind the blnnlf of
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Good selection of col- from $3.95 or dram on the scrrtn U Mid to hart oriflsat-

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WE'REIN Roth the plan and the organ successively had
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1 Tips OnBoating Naples SEC At StakeIn

I S' Flotilla,

USCGA Gator GameBy

A THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Tennessee can move Into a tie
Being prepared to cope with You may have to Jump overboard. SPORTS
for second with
place Georgia
certain hazards on the water la If you are in the water be sure
Tech Florida in the
by defeating
an essential part of every cafe to remain in the vincinity of your

boatman's conduct. Members of w i r II li ,t+ Southeastern Conference's final . . . . . . . . .
Naples Flotilla 03 of the U.s. boat.Many people have tried to swimto b r basketball game of the season

Coast Guard Auxiliary outlinethe In shore when shipwrecked. DIstances tonight.The game, originally scheduled 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 4, 1964
following precautions .
are deceiving at sea particularly
for Feb. 3, was postponedwhen

hazardous situations. ming. If there when is you the are slightest swim. the Vol freshman coach, AP Chooses 'Ring' Names Clay
Bill Clbbs, was killed In a plane
MAN OVERBOARDThe
doubt in your mind that
you can
crash the morning of the game.
here shouldbe Of MonthNEW
procedures easily swim ashore stay near Fighter
Kentucky has already wrappedup
committed to memory. Some the boat. YORK (AP) Cassius
the SEC title and will represent
day they could "man save a overboard"so life. the conference In the NCAA All.America Clay, the Louisville bard who

1. Sing out playoffs. A victory for Tennessee threw enough words to fill 10
board will know
that all
on
( Liston-Clay tonight would give the Volsa magazines and enough blows to
Insight
and can help keep the victim
9.5 SEC record, matchinrTech' wrest the heavyweight title
). Rundown mark. Cage TeamNEW from Sonny Liston, was namedthe
2. Turn the propellers away Fight Should Florida win, Tennessee Fighter of the Month for
from the person In the water (by ,
turning the wheel and thus the will drop into a third place tie YORK (CAP) Gary February by Ring magazine
Given Kiwanis Wednesday.
LoulslanaStateand
bow toward him and the stern with Georgia, Bradds of Ohio State, Cotton technical
seventh.round
Liston, a
Vanderbilt. The Gators can even
away from him). Klwanlans meeting Monday their conference record at 7.7 Nash of Kentucky, Walt Hazzardof knockout victim Feb 25,
3. Throw him a life preserver evening at Baronl's heard a re. UCLA, Bill\ Bradley of Prince. was dropped to the leadingchallenger's

preferably a life ring, but a jacket port on the recent Llston.Clayfracas with Meanwhile a victory.Georgia won Its final ton and Dave Stallworth of spot by Ring in releasing

cushion or anything that from Tommy Provenzano, Wichita were named today as its monthly ratings. In
blasting
of the
floats will do). game season, the 1364 AI1.Americacollege bas.
a former contending welterweight Florida State 83.70 In the Bull. other heavyweight division
4. Circle and pick him up or fighter, and a spectator at the dogs' new coliseum Tuesday ketball team by The Associated changes, Zora Folley of Chandler .
and let him swim to the Press.
stop heavyweight match Tuesday Feb night. Georgia avenged an earl! Ariz., and Eddie Machen of
boat.It. 25 in Miami.Provenzano Despite an abundance of good
ruary SemInoles at Los Angeles each moved up one
er 64-63 loss to the
.
is a good idea to hold a in his players that made picking difficult
younger
overboard" drill now and _. _. Tallahassee In January.The In this Olympic year, these place, to fourth and fifth respectively
man days, "up in New York state, --- nonconference triumphleft and Britain's Henry

then when your family is on board fought two years as an amateur, JUMPING JACK DAVIS hits for the Saturday at Immokalee. Game wasa Georgia 1214 for the sea. five from the Big Ten, South. Cooper, winner over country.
Toss a box or eastern Conference Big Six Ivy
the boat. over turned professional and climbed ,
something that will float and near the top of the welterweight last two points in his high school career consolation affair between two first. son, Its best overall wound mark In League and Missouri Valley eas. man victim Brian In 10th London place., replaced his

sing out "man overboard-thls division in four years, but was late In the final period as Ever. round losers in Class C district tournament years.3.1 In their The coliseum Bulldogs losing only up Ily led In the voting by 371 sports
is a drill." The children will the becauseof writers and broadcasters.On Michigan State' baseball
forced to quit ring new
glades defeated Bishop Verot, 94.34, (News photo) to Florida.
get this idea right! away. "poor hands." Jimmy Pitts, who was present.ed the basis of five points for Depending upon his past ring before the as a first-team vote and two points the Idea to use an un-

FIRE. HIP WRECK experience, he re.fought the big Mr. 'UG' Has Courage In Adversity Georgia's a trophy most valuable game player for a second.team vote, Bradds breakable mirror for pitchers.:

The time to worry about fire Miami bout round by round for the led the Bull. collected a total of 1,199 points They could throw at it and still
is before It happens. Most fires listeners and pointed out strategy during with 21 season, before foul. He was named on the first team observe their form.
are preventable. Keep the bilges the dogs points Yiv 2H! voters. Nash: was: runner.
employed by fighters.He complimented
spotlessly clean and wipe up all the way Clay's hand. ., The Case Of The Undaunted GolferBy ing ing.out with one minute remain up with 207 firsts d-lii9t: .

spills. lers maneuvered the fight and Sophomore Lee Martin, play. tal points. Then came Hazzard The: ]) og$
Remember you cannot throw thought Llston looked bad with 195 firsts and 1,087. All are
water on a gasoline fire. Burning Fanley Stason (nee McMurry) log his best game of the season, seniors.
throughout most of the fight! as second with 19 points while
was ,
gasoline or oil floats on top the much heralded champ. There are times when a combination deflected had 18 and Bradley and Stallworth, both At Borifia
limb John Mathews Jerry
a small
ly by on a be
a -
of the water and the fire will Provenzano thought the fight appeared to perfectly executed juniors, polled 783 and 765, re.
spread. Fight the fire with foam "not fixed" but thought Lis. of circumstances tree, angled across number one shot and took off for Waller 17. Pete Rogers scored 17 spectlvely, and each got 123
was
or CO-2 (or if it is a small ton failed to show characteristicsof tempt the 'hacker' to commit fairway and settled neatly behind parts unknown. for FSU before fouling out with firsts. It will he like old home weekIn

galley fire In the cookstove with a great champ by defaulting as mayhem .., If the contributing a large pine tree on the The foursome spend 15 min- four minutes left.Men's Jeff Mullins of Duke, Cazzle tonight' feature 10th race

no extinguisher at hand, salt he dido He thought Clay couldbe causes weren't inanimate obJects opposite fairway. The 18-Inch utes searching diligently to the Russell of Michigan, Fred Het. "Hot Box" at the Naples-Fort
will put it out). the of will thick pine effectively blocked Softball zel of Davidson, Mel Counts of Mvers Kennel Club as Laredo
a boon to the fight game by Only strong right, to the left, in traps, In Miss Mar, J, W.'. Irishman,
Proper fuel tank installation carburetor, changing his "loudmouthed way"to can control himself .., particularly any approach to the green. every conceivable place, Including Group To Hold Oregon State and Ron Bonhamof Contone and Sue Tie will battle
ventilation named the
proper Cincinnati were as
one more like a "gentleman verbally. the of
numerous
tops for honors In this outstanding
flame arresters (required bylaw fighter." So it was with the 'Undaunted PLENTY ADVICEUG Mar 11 second team.
grounding of trees. The ball was never Meeting Howard Komlves of Bowling Grade A event. An excellent
), proper In Kiwanis business an In. Golfer' (herein after refer- still undaunted analyzed which has
found. UG now was faced with 11 race program
smoking
of
no Silas
the electrical system, The first meeting of the Green, Paul Creighton,
when fueling, no fueling terclub session was planned for red to as 00)) as he started the situation getting plenty of another shot and the loss ofa 1964 season for mens' Softball Bill Buntln of Michigan, Barry been arranged by Racing Sec.
today in Fort Myers. It was a round of golf at the Moor- advice from his to favorite ball.Dropping retary Bill Kemper will beginat
partners
pills can all help to pro. will be held March 11 at 8p.m. Kramer of NYU and Jim Barnes
announced the club will
vent fires.In sponsorthe ings Golf and Country Club. watch out for a broken club. ; another ball over of Texas Western formed the 8.15: and a full house Is
Ken Griffin Show and at in the Hall
City meetingroom.
case of shipwreck, one fact board meeting Shelby Halley Arthur Holm, Frank Purcell Choosing a seven Iron, he visualized his shoulder, he managed to third team. expected.
a
is paramount stay with the boat. and John Leavitt were voted mem. and CJ. McMurry were wit- a neat shot to the rightof chip successfully on the second "This. will be an important Bonham and Kramer made Grade Four B Grade events A races highlight and five this

Put on your life preserver whenever bership. nesses to the tragedy to fol- the green. He further visualized try, then two-putted for an unsatisfactory the 1963 All-America as juniors,
waters.I meeting and everybody Interested but failed to outstanding program with two
are In dangerous along with Bradds,
you Thla u/AAk. an chip shot then
Klwanlan Clayton easy seven, but still remained .
low.UG should make effort top notch % mile marathon
Ohio State star sim-
The
Bigg and others; will speak on stood on the first tee and a one-putt for a five on undaunted. every repeat events included. This is easily
A HORSE "Free Enterprise" before students with high expectations. His the par-4 hole "Not bad," WIND SHOULD HELP to attend The recreation Haley got off to a poor season, the finest group of dogs to be
splurgethat
said. but went on a scoring
CALLED ROGER MARIS Department
In government classes at drive was reasonably good but he figured. UG faced number two running. at the track at one time
green
him back in the running
HIALEAH, Fit. (AP) Lou The most important item on put
the Naples Senior High! School. slightly off direction and land- Carefully executing the seven waggling a five iron. The wind and also sparked the Buckeyesinto this season and promises to bea
of Harbor View discussion
I :jWolfson, owner the agenda Is a on
The club will an essay
Stable has named a promising contest on the sponsor subject and awarda ed behind a clump of small iron shot (hitting the tree from behind will help, he mused whether to have a slow-pitch contention for the Big Ten most exciting/ card.

3-yesr-old thoroughbred Roger scholarship to the winner. trees separating the adjacent with the club, but luckily there and the two tall pines in league instead of a fast-pitch crown. ENTRIES

M Iris, after the slugging right Cliff Wenzel was chosen lucky fairway. A three-wood shot was no damage to the club or front, one on either side, appeared There has been a deal Nash, after an off-season as a First 1 Grade C
great I/U
fielder of the New York Yankees. Kiwanian. was attempted. Theballsllght- .the tree) the ball rose in whatfJ to be no hazard. The of interest In this subject and, junior, reverted' to sophomore the fine form and,, "'''./'. Rolling 10 Nap Raider' I
he showed a .
as
pines were about 20 feet from Artie a Shop I lam'y Dawitt, 7 2
;; the recreation Department has led Kentucky to the Southeast. Butter Litt 12 River Cromng I

: =::P ; : ) =) = & STL.rCKYStarts : : ": the A tee.powerful swln and the ever announced one Is it desired will have by the which majority ern speed Conference and floor title.generalship Hazzard's Cotton Kenny Grade I Johnny'a Baby I/U Ilacond

ball ricocheted backward off of the players. The meetIng -. helped put unbeaten UCLA at Margo" Gal I Blye 4

one pine and ended to one side( will be open to everybody, the top of The Associated Press Casual Weary Harry Friend 1 g .Mar Due., "McGIII 10*

i \ ti ii...,. and back of the tee. Next he spectators as well as players. rankings as well as the Big Six Garrl Kill 12 Top Shopper I
;
tried to unfrock the other pine A board of directors will be conference. Third Grade a I/U
and his ball landed this timeon Bradley shattered virtually all Care K Baker 7.' Too IHandto'e
of
'* appointed consisting the team of scoring reaords G.mb I Lone Dude PSr'dwy
the sloping bank of an adjacent the Ivy League
chief umpire anda Smoky 10 Little Kattal I
managers
tee. Sticking to his at Princeton, while Stall. Pool Cap I MS t Lady Gy Ii
representative of the Recrea- drive for
worth Wichita's
paced
five iron, UG swung away and Fourth Grade C I/U
tion Department.Work .
lifted a well clipped divot, but the Missouri Valley crown. Don't Quit I Choir I
has been started on Maceire 72 Unteda 12BO
unfortunately a bit too soon the baseball fields Navy t Orb Oak 12 .Mutual. Report I
and the 'skyed' ball landed in so they '.ppy D. 12 Co.' Army Mar I
will be In top condition when
a small pond which was bet the $203,688 Each For Fifth Grade B I/U
season opens. Doling Uncle I Capt Tank 12
him and the
ween green.It "The new lighting will make New Year's Game Red Morton 12 Sea Net' l <
was a tough situation. UG Shown I Ir'dwy Bronc IFritky
the a lot more enjoyablefor ..
game 7
Krogh I N.'lh'.1' 2
now stood on the bank of the players and DALLAS (AP) Texas and
pond, four strokes taken ano- spectators Navy each will receive a check Slats' Grade T I/I
alike, the department said Play Boolt I Nep't Flirt 12
ther ball fed to the fish or for $203,688.90 playing In the Dtncy tlewitt 1 Mar A .Marp. ''at IDititit
but no nearer the Cotton Bowl- record for the I Cool Like 10
alligators, 28 TO 32 ARE PEAK YEARS Jan. 1 post.season football game Rk Donna Rk 12 Brdwy Strupl 7
green. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Alex
here.It Seventh; Grade A I/U
UG swallowed several times, Hannum, coach of the San Francisco makes the Cotton Bowl the Zoom.. 12 Privilege I
}k and mildly remarked: Pretty Warriors, says a basketball second highest paying college Wild, Tie I Tiny "Molly ZRocket

bad, isn't it." player is still learning the game bowl game In the nation. Only Al"'t Chief Roe 7 12.2 Top Paladon Icing.Mar. I I

Nonchalantly dropping another until he reaches the age of 28. the Rose Bowl gives out larger
Eighth Grade A I/U
ball UG placed one on thegreenwith He believes a player's peak
shares.
Nyby 12 Qambhn John 12
SPRING SAIR! the next shot, two-putted years are between 28 and 32. Rubicon I Broadway Jr 10
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i Five Two Five 10 .Magnut. 7 2
and carded an eight on a par I.. Jeania, Dee I Buggin, Out I

three hole.
Ninth Grade A I/U
PLAY BETTER GOLFBy
WATCH EXPLOSION Gimble Boy I Portman I

a1 BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE BIG SAVINGS The three partners nervously Cor.Ha Carrie 10( JW Capt a Tommy Son 72 IWtary
looked on during the tra- Tommy Armour J't Bait Client I 2 Ptwhutka Chi 12

gedy and wondered if UG would Tenth. Grade A I/U

attempt to hang himself from wanton. 12 tailed, 10
Stay In BalancepARELESSNESS JWt Irishman. 2 Rocky "Mink, I
the nearest pine, or pick up Sue TI. I Leredo Mitt .Mr. 4
and take out for the club house, accounts for a Cendl! Leap 7 Wathata Chief' 10

Until disgusted with golf and all that \ great of the bad shots of Eleventh. Grade I/I
9 many
Today TonightAdd
; Open goes with it. Bib Phony 12 Lucky Leaf I
the ordinary fjolfer.: From these lessons Holly Glow I Slate Guide I
But UG was sterling character HI Lou I Shy Coad 4

untold luxury and beauty to your horn for ever so much len than you : and determined Plowingon 1 you have been Retting: from me Some Clattle 10 .....nt'. Babe 7

would expect to pay. You may choose Modern, Traditional, Early American, ,;: determindedly, the table i you now should know the simple things .RESULTS
eventually turned in favor of that must be done to make a good golf
French or Italian Provincial for every room. A special event showing outstanding :.l.r Flrtl T-11.54 Quln. 1270
the man who could control his shot. But unless you organize your
creations from the nation's leading manufacturer, Including Drexel, ..:: i:) temper, and he finished the application of what you know you will An M,.Ve Sweetie Know' (5)(4)) 4 (0 I 4 40 10 440 J 00

Heritage, Stafford, American, Lane, Simmons, Basset, Rembrandt, Carolina ;1 round with l a resonable score slop away shots by failing to make Harlene ((1)) |.00lecond

forge and many others. The spotlight is on valuol It's at a time of substantial '1j afterthe disastrous start. routine of carefully correc I grip,fiance, T-11.1* Quln. $21.20Frank'
Bill
His coined Ill) U 00 ISO 140
i savings for thrifty home-makers. >n playing partners l \ and swing. You must get: the intelligenthabit Serge Morgan (II) 140 100
'.' a fitting epitaph: "To him who Wood He (Ii |.{0Deily

If you or your friends need anything for your home, come a running and ?>I 'solace controls" himself, shall come standing of aiming so yourself you will and stay your in sound cluband Double ((4 SI) 164 00

take advantage of this exceptional opportunity. Every single thing on all t: 1 balance when you swing. You must Third T-11:U Quln. |20.MHeckett

four floor and the rug room is sale priced. Nothing has been reserved )i The Cleveland Indians and learn how to look like a golfer as you You Frolietome Name' ((4) .Me., (7|2140 11 120 00 210 740
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t' moved out. You can't afford to miss it. We could headline half price Chicago White Sox have played stand up to the ball.e 140

items and reduced and would be telling the truth. But exactly: .500 ball Ilainat each: IvHJ Tbt Tnbum Fourth T-11:74: Quln. W,40
some even more we I'ior br ChlcMo Mud (7)) 7 |o ( (o 140
other since. : the American League Black Tie with our class of customer It isn't necessary because quality and value speak/ was founded in 1901. Each: hat Stand o. a Kentallen (I.i j 40

for themselves. Knowledgeable people are quick to recognize this fact. ; won 678 games In their aeries golfer should Fifth T-31:10: Quln. 142,20

You will make your selection .from an inventory over $200,000. It's in h Mow Breedway About Tlny(7)Jim, ((III)25 0740 J.00'110 00

stock and ready for delivery no long indefinite waits, but NOWI) "' Fend Of You ($1) 4 10

I Sixth, T- Oo Quln. HIM
h Hurry in to make your selections. Courteous, considerate, experienced salespeople Eire: King 1St) 1010. 40 2 10
Ricky Do (I) I M 4 20
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convenient credit plan if you wish. Come in and take advantage of great / / Seventh T-ll.II: Quln. Ill 10

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: all items are from our regular stock, our usual good taste and quality! Sound Breaker (I) 240
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Plunge (111 | M 120
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southwest Florida. Caribbean .t., -.'..:
Gardens week officially got under ; .. /zilr V $

way Sunday. ,;"y r LLW
Tomorrow noon official reco. iP4'j. ,.
gnltlon by state of Florida comes .. $SK& ".i.'AB Ssfifewf t&L
when Wendell Jarrard, chairmanof .' : Yi : *
the Florida Development Corn. r .:
mission will present the Gardens '
with a memorial plaque at a r (
luncheon sponsored jointly by the Li. '
Greater Naples Chamber of Com. : JJ ) L) ka
merce and the Naples Rotary Clubat { I
the Naples Beach Club Hotel. +k q
Two determined men and
nearly a half century of continuing +
effort supplied the "how"for sub. Y
tropical Caribbean Gardens.
The first was Dr. Henry Nehr.
ling, who moved to Naples in
1919 after the great freeze of
1917 had virtually destroyed his
first plantings in central FloridaDr.
Nehrling was not a mkn easily
discouraged, but he was also too 1*
great a naturalist to fight against J
nature. After much considerationand
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study he chose to reestablishthe yya !
great, natural botanical
garden of his dreams in Naples,
where both the more southerly T
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latitude and the moderating In. ..r

fluence Mexico would of the prevent adjacent heavy Gulf da.of DR, JEAN DELACOUR (left) foremost fowl Association, who held their 1963

mage from cold. Bringing all he authority on waterfowl of the world, meeting at Caribbean Gardens. Julius
could salvage of his frosted watches intently as Duck Vaudevilleansdo Fleischmann, their host and owner of

plants efforts, toward he concentrated developing spec his!. a command performance for mem the Gardens (right), seems equally interested

mens of every plant which could .. ,:. L .. bers of the International Wild Water. in the performance.
'.----.e -=- __-___ .__a:' unique
possibly adapt to this carefully
chosen environment. Through MIDWAY through the Gardens is the beautiful tea Vaudeville show is performed on the natural amphi-
much work and care, which he house and theatre front of the
faithfully recorded In his diaries pavilion, offering refreshments a rest stopto directly In pavilion,

and notes, he had collected about the Gardens' visitors. The Gardens' unique Duck
3,000 different species prior to
his death In 1929. Unfortunately tlon was added to all of the sub.
Dr. Nehrling left no successor tropical beauty. The collection
able to carry on his work. features water birds, to which I ( fr
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the Gardens environment is most
DEEP INTEREST suited, and here are seen many
By 1951 only a dim memoryof rarities, such as the largest
his Florida garden remained. collection of Australian Magpie
Even that memory would have Geese In the United States. M ei"
faded completely, except for the A catalogue would be requiredto
notice of Julius Fleischmann of list all the species to be
Cincinnati, Ohio, who made his found; some of the more unusual .
winter residence in Naples, and : are the South American Black.
who possessed a deep Interestin necked Swans, the Russian Bean
all things beautiful and unusual. Geese, Brant Geese from the
Learning of the existence of the Arctic, Australian and Moluccan
garden, he thought of restoringit. Shelducks, and the Magellan
The thought became so corn. Geese from Tierra del Fuego in J '
polling that he purchasedthepro. South America. Also may be {
pertyj as he became further ac. found Hot ten Jot Teal which are a F '
qualnted with Its possibilities, the world's smallest waterfowl, M
he directed the development of from Africa; the Northern Elder '
one of the nation's most orlgi. Duck, from Canada, rarely foundin r
nal and attractive exhibition gar. a warm climate and the only tY
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dens. two Spur-wlnged Geese raisedin
Paths, boardwalks, newly captivity In the United States.
created lakes and the opening <}f The curious flamingo Is here, .
long vistas proceeded without regard of course, and hundreds of other
to expense. FleIschmann, birds. Photographic opportunU \ .....
though often absent from the ties are limitless, especially for :t. "
Gardens while travelling in far closeups with birds made unaf.
parts of the world,was continual. raid by hand feeding. from vlsl. ll.r 1.1f ,",:/1
ly with the Gardens in mind as rt', .
tors.When
literally thousands of rare plants the macaws, cockatoos, ; ', 1
and seeds were sent by him to pheasants, peacocks toucans another 1 1Ff
add to the Gardens collection. land birds Included in the "
Plantings range from orchids collection are considered it is "
and bromellads to pines and easily seen that all The Gardens'
paints, in an environment which 30 acres are required to give
Varies from near elemental them the roaming needed to'keep
swamp to manicured magni them in their fine condition.
ficence. Orchid lovers in par. :
tlcular revel In the many varieties DUCK VAUDEVILLEOut I'r APPEARING as Florida's exhibit In an best tourist promotion of 1962, Gar-

of this treasured familyto of this bird collection has i r international tourism promotion con dens' Manager Joel, Kuperberg, Is

and be in seen the throughout special the greenhouse grounds been touch developed to the Gardens the entertain crowning PARISIANS turned out by the thou- fore he begins to play his wacky test sponsored by Trans World Airlines' shown being interviewed for Dutch

exhibit. Blooming plants and mentj' Its unique, original and !n. sands to see Naples' wacky quacky quacky rhapsody for the benefit of Paris office, Caribbean Gardens' Duck radio and for United Press Interna-

trees of all varieties flourish credible Duck Vaudeville. representatives appearing In a show French National Television photographers Vaudeville was the winner for Florida tional-Pathe News which filmed the
throughout the year. Some of the The show has a fascinating history
color creators are the brilliantred of Its own. Here at the window on the Champs Elysees. Here of an international award for the duck show for world-wide distribution.

flower vine Combretum, Yellow Gardens, unsuspected abilitiesof Arturo Is shown taking a stretch be-
allamanda, orchid trees, birds have been_ n'_ discovered___ 'n __ .
Ixora, hibiscus,crotons,bouga1n. and they have been taught to display able even while being teen. "Mamma" Roscoe, a duck who The newest addition is a bell ----- ---1rr' -
vlllea, flame vines, and hundredsof those abilities on cue, re. Among the many acts which rings his own neck four times ringing peacock.Every e
others. suiting in a performance which comprise the show are tiny duck. daily, retrieving floating rings day of the year Carib.
As a fourth dimension, the many spectators say is beyond lings and goslings which follow which he returns to his handler. bean Gardens entertains young
Gardens now famous bird collect description and seems unbellev. their trainer as if ho were their Other favorites are Snowball, and old alike with Its Inimitableduck v.
a stately Australian Black Swan vaudeville; the world's lar.
M who puts all her eggs In one bas. gest collection of free roaming j.
Y C ket, and a pair of Redheads, birds; and 30 acres of subtropical c
Davy and Debbie the diving plantings. It has taken
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ducks. New acts are added regularly nearly 50 years, but how this
to the 'four a day show. garden has grown!

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EUROPE'S newsreel photographers had a field day '111TL ::jz

A with the Gardens' performing ducks during their _

European tour. Here Caterina Valente welcomes Flora,

the flower pickin' pekin, to Stuttgart, Germany, where
iY the Duck Vaudevilleans appeared in one of the five

television spectaculars that Miss Valente, toast of

continental TV, does for Germany each year. Birds

also appeared on one of Caterina's Italian television

shows.

-f, KATHY MAGDA, a recent Miss FlorI- myriad varieties, Is the bromeliad

SQUEAKY, the squirrel, willingly i jumps of feathers Squeaky seems to fit right da, adds her beauty to that of the house displaying exotic air plant J I

through the hoop for Gloria Brody, into the fun and interest of the Gar ... Gardens' greenhouse orchid display from the new world tropics. '1 1I 1i

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offer their congratulations OPEN FROM 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. EVERY DAY

--General and best Contractors wishes : FREE TAGS-on any car bought during our grand

I Weeks Machine Shop opening sale No waiting -on the spot financing!

and

American Vcnic Building, !, Co. 'FREE PRIZES FREE PRIZESAND '
AND
Burkholder Construction Co. sure and register for the free prizes to be given away Saturday, March 7.
Airport Road MI 2.5258 Naples, FU( Drawing at 8 p.m. No obligation, nothing to buy, you need not be present to win.

1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE < 3rd PRIZE
Carrier Year 'Round Air Conditioning
(installed by GENERAL ELECTRICPORTABLE AM-FM FISHING ROD
TRANSISTORRADIO
West Coast Heating & ANDSPINNING
TV REEL
Cooling, Inc.

Airport Road MI 2.2555 Naples, Fla.

Blacktop Paving by i CHRYSLER
Marathon Dredging Corp. \-iJ1Airport .
Road Ml 2-4323 Naples, Fla. 0 00

Chambers Plumbing Installation byb\\. "' PLYMOUTH, Inc

347 10th St,N. MI 24352 Naples,Fla.
. Electrical( Installation by 2610 N. Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2.6551 Naples, Fla.

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I Final Week $402,200 Wfdnmdsy. March \, mt COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11

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S Realty Total For February Hits $2,088,500County



ICI.iRD( SECflONGUS RsUl(

real estate sales durIng E. and Myrtle Williams, Ings $6.600; Leroy J. Wenzelto Louis and Margaret Battaino to

.L the final processing period Wheaton. 111. Lot 14, Blk 12. Clarence M. and Florence George and Anna B. Fulton.

closing out February reached Unit 6. Aqualane Shores $6, G. Ruth, Port Austin Mich., Shreve. Ohio. Lots 49 and SO,

$402.200. Total for the month 000; James L. and Marguerite Lot 17, Unit 1, Oyster Bay Blk 31. Unit 3, Naples Park.

USE THE' DAI,U.Y DEADLINE 10 AM Day "'0' Pub : -.' : MTrUva'*' of February $2,088.500and L. Walker to John P.and Esther $5.500; Chief Pontiac Motor $12,500 Bernard and Buna El-

CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY: DEADUME 10 AM tr.dsy the total for the first two monthsof
Roedlger Naples Lot 14, Unit Inc., to J. Frederick and Robyn 11135. ft al. to Gilbert C. and

1064!) is 4701255. 7, Aqualane Shores 5500. N. McCoy. Mt. Sterling Ohio. Collctte E. Stellmacher Iron
2-1)1
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----- ------- dales: of 1,000 or withI
over Lot 3, Blk 15. Unit 1, Royal Ridge. Wise.. Lot 25. Blk 75.

Announcements I I values taken from taxstamps on COQU1NASANDS Harbor, $19,000; Robert L. and Unit 6. Naples Park. $1.500;
29-Profettional Waterfront Property
Service 57-Houses For Sale recorded deeds Included the following -
Richard E. and I.. Men- Marllea
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Mary Jtorter to Gospel Crusade Henry T. and Ann Ivey to Her-

PLAZA BIAl'TSAI.US: Income Tae : zel to Edward W. and Mildred Inc.. Sarasota, Lots 5 man R. and Elsa Kees St.
Returns FOR SALE
I In
162S E Ttmfml Trail. by M.. Weston former P"P"lee" hood. Large 3 bedroom quiet neighba homeeasily Goodland property unique' eprommately double weterfront 47 Hawthome-Stoiie, Corp.. to C. Banks Naples Lot 15, Blk and 6, Blk 7, Avalon Estates Clair Shores. Mich.. Lots 40

Midway 2 S672 coneult..t for Little' River Tea made ,into 4 bedroom. 2 feat Uoodland at John J. and Marie J. Healy
Se'v.c of Miami Call bath avid fireplace on Bay one C. Unit 2. Coquina Sands $33 $ ,500s Pig Cypress Golf and and 41. Blk 77, Unit 6, Naples
Midway Large end 47 'lest on canal at other \
Naples Lots 9 and 1\ and
2-2270 (or appointment Stew screened & pan 900 Catherine E. Wolfe to EllaL. PaulF.
STUDIO GIRL porch utility .h.d. end Property contittt of two ; Country Club Inc. to Park $1,700; Lester Whitaker
COSMETICS art Peal| (its.. Office 421 lit Air cond ,in bedroom New 41 100 Lot 11.] Elk 10. Tier 7
On
For Studio Girl" cosmetics, SI parcel about 0 Naples, Smith Indianapolis Ind. Lot and Evala Na-
J. and
No
Order cull afternoon* or evening fence enclosed 30 > 15 twim, teat. other 47 x 45 feet Smell Nevers to James C. Joyce E. Peacock
MI 21081. now ming pool LoIs of 110.... & black top road runs between. $3.200: Hawthorne Stone 6, Blk A, Unit 1, The Moor- ples. Lot 12. Blk 1, Big Cypress (no address shown) Lot
Cupboard spate. $16500. Ml On Goodlend Point
them Oytter
Corp. to C. and ten-
380ltsMotors.Acces.FLARE 'a-Autos For Sale 2 3310 2/2761 Shell Near Marina Canal Anthony Golf and Country Club 9, Oak Ridge Manor $7,750;

1 percel hai wooden dock end nora C. Sentovlch. Naples part Estates $5,500 and Helen West Donald -
bedroomt 2 baths, I 14 blocks ; Peggy Ogle Harry to
WE NEED to botch On Central Ave 131. teawall 15995 Mrs. R EGrant Lots 11 and 13. and all Lot SchoolBusiness et al and Martha and
boats now sold direct ROOM 500 Hat delune living, room Bor>ita Spring fl. to John A. A. Joan C. Deerlng
Wholesale prices 17' to 23'Flare 56 FORD MAKE HT AN OFFER 195 Florida room combination, with 2/16tt*3t 12, Blk 10, Tier 7, Naples. M. Saunders Bonlta Springs. Naples. Lot 21, Blk I. Pine

Fiberglass.' BostSPECIAL Co.. 59 FORD 4 Dr. US fireplace, screened porch end $3.000'illlam; B. Stone to Lot 24 Blk 5 Unit 1 Bonlta Arnold Vita-
Lakeland 51 FORD enclosed garage Also included 7' ACres waterfront' eve a smile Ridge. $3,800; A.
Wagon 395 Oraped and on water" access to Gulf Robert S. and Doris S. Hawthorne Shores
55 BUICK Conv 345 .ItPi'J2""erkT $11,500.Chelsea toe, et al la to Clark Hager Gal-
Show Beautiful
McBride St. can by jeep "
60 62 CHEV FORD XL500 2 Dr HT 21ia So MI I 2 68.. 2/Utf "round (412 par Acre. Tarmt Jr.. Ajllngton, Va. Interest J, and Ruth K.Stockwell llpolls Ohio. Lots 2 and 3.

19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" 51 Outs 18 I1T 995 495 House consisiiETj bedroontIVi CARIBBEAN. Trail. Midway REALTY.26155. J750No In Lots 8910. 11 and Seco Sewer Co.. of Rusklr to Forrest E. and MarieW. Blk D. Trail Terrace. 11.800;
run about, twin 40 HI' 51 OLDS II 4 Dr 695 I batht Living' room. Dining' 12. Blk 21 Tier 11 Seaboard
II CHEV Bun IUS room. kitchen, (plenty of cabinet ,. has been awarded the contractto Moyer Arlington Va.. Lot Kevin 13. and Vera V. McRoryto

Johnson motors with only 59 CHEV 4 Dr. SIt ) Family room (air cond 65-General'Real Estate Replat $12.500. James L. and Install a sewage treatment 52, Blk 5, Unit I,Bonita Shores. First Fin Real Estate Mart

15 hrs. since new. 2 18 51 51 MERC fORD I1T HT 595 495 with Florida', washer room& elec'storage weter" closet heeler Marguerite L. Walker to Paul plant at the Sea Gate Elemen- $1,000; Frances M. and Fran- Inc., Lot 10, Blk I?, Trail Terrace

pal. gas tanks, all control 62 SCOUT 4 W Dr. 1495 carport with storage closet tary School nJwWlder construction cis P. Fardy to Paul II. and $7,500.First .
end Terrace House ,It of 1672 Jewel Bo. Avenue Royal
etc. 4 wheel
"Rocket" trail. Salesmen: Paul Greham Tom CBS construction, Terrassafloort Harbor Waterfront taawell, Develops Gun In North Naples. Marybclle Atzcl Miami. Lot Fla. Real Estate Mart
er complete package Peels, Elton Davidson Lauren electric wall haetert central heat end air 2 bdrmt .
Blue v{,ll bring your choice Electric renge end refrm In.. 2 betht. porch garage, tit.950 Shooting Rays Seco's bid was $10,496. Uni- 10 and 11, Blk 7, Unit 1. Bo Inc., to Leonhardt J. and MabelM.

$1895. See at 1650 Murex to COLLIER you: Call Ml I 5154 eluded, The Lot It 70 X ISOcomo.te versal Southern Products, Inc., nita Shores $2,000; First Fla. Buhrke Hialeah parcel In
COUNTY .
MOTORS with sprinkler sys.tems. 1651 Mandarin Rd 3 bdrm
Drive, or call Bill Tucker Your Friendly FORD IrCes end .hub. Must 2 bath, central! heat and air. BOSTON: (AP-A lightweightlaser of Orlando bid $11,911 and Real Estate Mart Inc., to Sec 23, Twp 47, Rge 27. $2,

Midway 2.4295 ExcellentBuy MERCURY H COMET 'I.rUltr..CI..c b.Location sears, to few b. p..cllt.d from-. oorch carport. Assume mort. rifle, which shoots a dt>. Grason Corp..of Dradentonwaa Charles E. and Nancy F. Kelly 000; First Fla. Real Estate
block No U.OOO
1'1' Closing co.I.
30.000 original, MG mllaa TC RH ratorad Drive. beech et 450 3rd Ave. No dn. $11.900. strut'tlve ray Instead of bullets, high bidder at $12.004. Board Naples Lot 5. Blk E, Unit 3.Brookside. Mart, Inc., to Ruby R. Buhrke.
under 519.000. Phone MI 2434 has bean Maser
NOT Chaap Ml 2.7308. J/Jtf developed by Attorney Den Parks was directed $12,800; First Fla. Hlaleah, parcel in Sec 23, Twp
145 IIh. St. No., I bdrm. I
YACHT POM Peace of mind it Optic: Lie. and turned over to
BROKERAGE ,
1960 Mercury 4 dr full powarfactory bath to draw Real Estate Mart.Inc. to Kevin and
what you buy with this 4 bedroom fireplace carport good proper contact 41. Rge 27. $1,000; Roy
the It announced
air condo I Army was
good
Complete bought ,
Fine' Inboard Naples Boats Listings From 20' ,it n.w. Call MI 2 6155. 2 burnished bath CBS including home, Completely dithwether Investment $02,900. Tuesday. with the low bidder. B. and Vera V. McRory Na- Gertrude Hllberg to Don R.

Bob Martin, Mil.3757 212Ut Lot 29 Block *. Royal Harbor I e e Lot Blk E 3
washing machine ples. 10. Unit Williams Bonlta Parcel -
Springs
Brunk.Smith' Chris,Craft Sales, ref. utility overlooking, bay, teawall Cost The weapon, lighter than the ,
stove large
SPORTS F1SHERMAN room. solar cerport acreanad walk t900, sacrifice, 16950 Ml rifle and powered by a back o rooks Ide. $13.200; Gullford- In Sec 12, Twp 43, Rge

211 "t. UIrckson flyonl brodle. 40-Autos RepairsParts beautifully, landscaped, ground, Lol 14 I/IF." Ave. So. Aqua.lane. park of batteries weighing less Ed Moyer Naples was low Naples Corp.. to Thomas J. 25, $3,500; Huencfcld Furniture

225 complete Gray M.ron.with, fishing. sli.ps chairs thr.. .garden.w.... tool.Close City to school wale ant ant sacrifice. wetorlront Sl250. o- S/,500: than 23: pounds, has been dellv. bidder on a basketball court and Catherine Hoover Naples, Co., to Joseph 11.and Irene

and many 0th.. .xtr.s Top LOOK HERE tiOfl shopping.For Immediate a p1. call CARte posses, ered to Frankford Aisenal, Phil project for Dupont Elementary Lot 2, Blk F, Unit 3, Brook- Deatty Dearborn Mich., parcel -
S4950
condition 00. Call Burton
Bros 2.U28U' BEAN REAL Y. 3150 N. Trail overlooking Lot 33 Banyan Gulf Blvd Sacrifice High, lot et adelphia.The School In Everglades. Meyer's side. $3.700; William T. and In Sec 13. Twp 48. Rge 25,

hou..bo.t. all COflVsflisnc.5. Wonderingwhere to 10 MI 26159 2/l9fw $5950 rifle's ray, tho firm said, bid was $3,006. There were Emily I.larrcttJrto Margaret $1,100; Henry S. Minster to
15 ho. Palm River' Marina, With your car problems? Attractive, home, 420 17th Ave Is not enough to Inflict serious
450 16th Awe So. Aquelane 2r
bids the O. Rimes Lot 6 Blk
Ruth I al Sarasota -
only two submitted Naples E. Ervin ct
Ml I 7.3090 or Ml 2 4902 Factory Finish Paint Jobs So J bdrmt, 2 batht. lot 110'x .. 2 bodily harm but could set lire ,

2/2ISI __ Wrecks Rebuilt boat 100'tllp on Priced c.n.l.with very covered retton- garage- r.'t.rVron'ir'.sr.Voo. to a soldier's clothes. It could other by Fred Alander was $3 E, Decker Highlands, $9,000; parcel in Sec 10. Twp

For Sale: 2( H f' Daniels, built Tunaupt able Cell Oxford 4.1143 or 2/25th also blind someone at ranges of 370. Guilford Trail Corp.,toGabrlclH. 48. Rge 26$5,700;JosephGcl-

Chrysler Boat 145 froth H P.water straight cooled' I. Front and alignment write Drive L D, Ft Gleaton Myort, Its, Fl Madonna *. VINCE CONBOY up to a mile.Another All bids were opened( and the Luff, Naples, Lots 1,2 and ardi to Rose and Josephine

Teak decks Loeded with ca: Mob Overhaul 3/3.5t use, according to contracts awarded at a special 3. Ilk A, Guilford Acres. $25 Scanaleato, Detroit parcel in
.
tras E, Turner ,
A Son., Inc Trnamittion
Midway 222505Business Lubricalionljndercoal rebuilt' tie Olin. Ave MI 2 5745 ParkwayPh Maser officials, could be to ignite meeting of the County School 000; Claude J. and Florie F. Sec 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $\

58-lott For Sale explosive fuses or set fires. Board yesterday afternoon In Wiltrout to Elmer T. and EdithS. 700; Fern Corp., to David C.

Opps. Br lies 'Del.;::" l.bHoom. 2 beth The weapon can fire at least one the East Naples government Cck Ilydes. Md..)'Iart Lot 21, Jones Sr., Tr., Naples parcel -

Polish i A 'WaS Cleared: lot 79 x 150 on wide home $47,500. burst of light every 10 seconds center.Superintendent. Blk F, Unit 1, Myrtle Cove in Sec 11, Twp 49' Rge
Cuttom Z'bedrooms.S .
-ttyled
TEXACO. INC. FOR LEASE ennnl Rold.n Shore Full price and has a lifetime capability of
Don't look baths $21.000 Acres $3,800. 25 $16.000 W.E. Daniel Hold-
MODERN 3 BAY SERVICE any further 13910 slot dn. $40 per mo :;
l.bHoom. 2 baths _116800 10,000 pulses or flashes.
STATION TRAINING' IN PROGRAM NAPLES. PAID AND See 4-50 K 110 lots on St Rd. 851 2 bedrooms, I bath _$14,100 o SI Ing Co., Ira.,. to Jean T.Popper

i FINANCIAL I ASSISTANCE' Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. Thoma.on Drive. East Naples. Remember to rent. buy or NAPLES PARK North Miami parcel in See 33,

ABERNATHY AVAILABLE CONTACT TEXACO DON INC. 130 'th St. N. MI 2(10i SlOO Owner.... MI$10.3096.dn -. sao p"2/26w.mo. .II"Lucille- contact Slingshot Modern W. D. Reynolds Earl G. and Thelma Hodges Twp 49' I Rge 27, 1100.
Out Leah Brown
Ed 74122. 2/20tf Naola. Fla, SO' a 135' lot ''n Naples 'park Virgil' Marcum Bnh laager Weapon Of Cowboy advised board membersthat to Lester Whltaker. Naples Walter T, and Ethel M.Donovan -

FOR LEASE MODERN 2 107th Avenue 0.4 blk. West 01 Corneroh/st Ate. No 4 T.m.I.m. about $495,000 will be available Lots 19, 20. and 21, Blk 15, to Charles D. and EthelM.
BAY PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE 48-Apts. For Rent Trail,' .cru. from Kln5dom! Hell Trail WIIEATLAND Wyo. AP In March 1065 for Unit 1. Naples Park. $2.250
STATION ON THE NORTH Church Itt $500 get 'it. Inquire ( ) new ; Morton Elkhorn Wise.,
TRAIL IN NAPLES. PROVED across the Street from church DEWEY POLLY I The weapon of modern day building construction. The --
FOR RENT: BY WEEK OR 3/3.&t parcel in Sec 36, Twp 49, Rge
GALLONAGE TOP LOCATION _ __ Lukens
Dob has
MONTH 2 BEDROOM APART. jowboys says board
SMALL INVESTMENT MENT IN LOVELY SECTIONOF lott 'in; Napl.t Park Terms"low REALTY approved a construction Miami SeekingTo 27, $10,000; Hucnefeld furniture
become the slingshot.
REQUIRED AS FINANCING NAPLES JUST OFF THE e* $10 month priority list5 with a new Immo-
doo"MlIHo Co. DarbaraCiaffow
: to
'
Ml 24665 ,
AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BEACH. CALL MI 26192 Evening He is selling them by the hun
PARTY. WRITE BOX 1319. FT. 3/lt *, Ml 2 2344 66-Insurance' dreds to stockmen and cowboys kelee Elementary School, to Brooklyn N.Y., parcel in Sec

3/4St MYERS OR PHONE ED 9301.. Completely; furnished i ept.;; 3/llfltht 25 POOR COMMERCIAL LOT_ : who find them useful In flush cost about $340,000 at the top Get $118,000 8, Twp 60, Rge 26, $2,100;

mantt,, TV on Cable, Open lira WILL SELL ON TERMS. OR Hotpitalijttion, "Accident Haalt Ing cattle and horses from of the list. Ranch Estates Ltd., to Frank

12-Help WantedMAN place 147: Washington day week Ava." or Ml I montk J-KM: YOU CASH.CAN MIDWAY STEAL 22151 IT FOR Group 4.Lila Business Iniuranca. Ins.Consult Matrcpolitan brush. Lukens said cowboys also A new library and other facilities Taxes From FEC and Eleanor Vogel FalrlawnNJ.

33.51Furn..h.d -, 3/4w .nt. Harry Clouser MI 2.3091 use thorn in shooting tran.( for the Naples Junior ., parcel in Sec 12, Twp

WANTED to manage andoperate Efficiencies, S75 for P. O. Boo # 991. 'IZOllw qulllzlng darts into livestock or High School was second on the
March $50 par mo tharaaftarTha LARGE CORNER COMMER MIAMI (AP)-Tho Miami City 60, Rge 32. $1,000; GeorgeWV
retail Welkins RouteIn
this lrea.a (Would consider DUPREE APTS 2996FrancIs -tlAL COL LOT R-'COUNTY Sc"o o,. INSURANCE OF ALL KINCBanaon ..; subduing rattlesnakes. list. Cost was gfiUnMMd.H caste T. Gill to Anthony
l 40 ( 60 old' ). Earnings Ave. So.. t. fifplaa jofl Inauranca Agancy. In :)
lady o years HOUSE. 135 AIRPORT ROAD $01,000. gal action to end safety hazardsat Norka
Sh.dowl.wn DrIve) .1/3tf 158 SIft Avenue, South Mldwi Chicago parcel
of $124 week from __ __
per FRONTAGE 177- Plan Road To
SIDE Reds
ROAD 2 5141. 2/ZOtN Board members heard Florida East Coast Railway
the very beginning, For parson. Week, ot FRONTAGE: ALL Cl COM.MERCIAL Rey- in Sec 36, Twp 50, Rge 34,
.1 I Interview In your home, Month: 'nCljl'RISD'OT ). Ml ZONED. WILL SAC nolds say the new school In crossings In the city and to col. 1.100 Jib Corp. to Ed and
writ Mr. MeQarlly. P. O. Box 2.2302 or MI 2. 15i. RIFICE. PHONE MIDWAY Pakistan Capital ; .
lee In due
A27. Wllllston Florida, 32696 22.51 2/4wf PUBLIC NOTICE Immokalee will relieve crowding $118,000 past taxes. Wilda Ratcllffe. Naples. parcels \
i
3/3.3t Furnished. I bad room apart The commission at Mayor
rent hug living room. hltchan )h i 100' Hometite, t block KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) : In the present elementary in Sec 10 and 11, Twp \
Need qualified sales help to &bath. MI j-3691 21Z511Mod.n to beach Sth St. NO. $4,500 The Pakistani and Red Chinese Robert King 1IIgh'sIUItit'.tlon, .
NOTICE OF facilities both 51
ANNUAL MEETING die
assist in keeping, abreast of theminI' school at Rge 26, $11,000; George
Tom .
McBride Realtor 632 ', told city attorney! John K, Uar.
I bad oom un'urn.h'.d The annual matting of the mam- capitals will be 1 Liked by high.1way
opportunities presenting Perk SI. So. MI 2.6844.II" main school and In S. and Hence
APARTMENT bart of the Naples Community Has' Plnccrest. rett to submit legal Gunsberg et al,
themselves' Must be creative, with Complete ;: by the end of lOG!!, It was necessary
Long hours, work Tom krtchan: Near beach and "hopping 76 100' Hometite, 6 block pital, Inc will be held at the. hospital. addition junior and senior high action at Wednesday's formal to Samuel D. Harris Detroit
McBride ..lr.ds3 Park St BY SEASON OR YEA to beach 3rd Ave 'No. 4100. 350 Seventh Street North on officially announced Monday
So. 3/ltf S" 9Lh-Ava. So Ml. I:3393 Tom McBride. Realtor 932 Thursday March 12, 1964 at 2:00: night. school students can be mov- meeting to Insure Immediate Mich., Sec 12 and 13. Twp
.
Attractive 2 bdrm. ApI. witlun Perk St. So. Ml 2 6144 2/lltf p m ed Into classrooms presentlyused compliance with ordinances on
53 32
OMBiM HBMWHBM $52.500 WalterG.
Small motor route opening, soon walking distance of beach and Mambarthlp It arty person Hge ;
Can,be handled by car or motorbike hopping $12i per waak. or |400 A nice high' LOT In Naples' the who Currant peye the annual ndo.. of 110 In Everyone Read The NEWS for elementary purposes crossing signals and malntoi Sorokory to Arthui Mollterno -
Bond required Call 01 ,monthly 2/ZOtl Park naer Vanderbilt Drive ysar. and relieve In ance.
see Mr. Hermanson at the COLLIER Each member may vole for the overcrowding Ft. Myers parcel in
-
Has well ....
ANNETTE C. on p..n" Owner I.v..y It
WINN. Raillor election, pi truttaat, In City Manager M. L. Rouse reported -
COUNlY NEWS. person or by
that
ill SON St. So. III. will tell for $750 ceth annual of the area. Sec 16, Twp Sic Rge 27, $2
roy' meeting that 38 crossings have flO
See Thit
CARIBBEAN REAL. olhr PUBLIC NOTICEIN
I Board and the election Board members approved the
500.
TY. 3750 No. Tamielml. ,
Trail gates and 27 lack automatic slg.
13-Help Want. Female Mjgw.aieIPIW ..___ of officers will fotfew Immediately list and with Superintendent
agreed
priority Walter G. Theodore
Sorokoty to
after the of the
members.Committee

Woman to do light, housework To tattle Etttte. Lot II. Block'K. annual chairmen.t this.will, make their. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Reynolds that preliminary been made at five crossings and Bessie Kirkland Naples
end cook I meal 3 hours dailyor Pine Ridge Eolension.l I! reports mlttln. AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY begin Immediately
steps
Helen Yaager since his last report Jan. 2. parcel in Sec 16
Twp
3 hour 3 days I week Ph. Lou of room. 1 bdrma I batha CARIBBEAN REALTY, 3StNo. FLORIDAIN ,
Ml 2.4104 after S p m. If A yard you can lake pride In.. Trail. MI 2 $155. 2/1111 1 Secretary Board of TrutteatNOTlCe CHANCERYCASE to get the buildings under Originally 1 IS of the (03 j crossings 51, Kge 27?, $1,200; Walter

Girl, wanted Turn.. Fri. & Sat COOl. in$ItS summer 00 a month werm In yaarlybaan wintsr Lot babal Shorat. Convamanl M... 4. 1964 SOd DUNCAN CAMERON NO. 2011 construction. It was suggested had visual obstrur'tlons I-. Greaves to Den and Florence

Nights' Apply in person at or can ba optionad, Buy Location Price9 tlsOdn Plaintiff' that the plans drawn fort cause of vegetation and $
Levitt N.Y.
David C. Jones. rtetlior, '": Brooklyn, parcel
Carousal Drive In libe rent. Wesley Downnl. : OF INTENTION TO v.
Realtor MI 2.lI19. SlIt Ave So. Ml' 2.3I!>2 REQISTER FICTITIOUS NAMI LOUISE: ELIZABETH CAMERON o Sea Gate School be used weeds1" and I Reese said this had in Sec 1, Twp 51, Rge 31,

lfI9.ZJw. "4it'tbs ON MORNING- The undartigned: does hereby car Defendant. for the new Immokalee school. been correct ut 13 crossingsand
14-Help Wanted Male I bedroom house. lurn.h.d. MI SIDE DRIVE NORTH NAPLES My, that he ,le conducting, e REAL I TO NOTICE TO DEFEND obstructions at the other 3 $2,000} F.AJ Co.. Inc.. to
ESTATE: business et Isles of Capri : Joseph A. and Joan C. Caslllo
100 135' MI 24731
.3891 after S 30. 1/111 X
: Naplat. Florida, under the fictitious, LOUISE ELIZABETH CAMERON e 0 came from shrubbery or treeson
Assistant Office manager lull 2 bedrOom houta furmthad. 3/3.5t _ name of ISLE OF CAPRI REAL. 146 South PanetaquitBayhor private property. Stamford Conn. parcel in bee
tom. General' office ,. BARGAIN TV end that said, firm it computed Lon| It land. New York
work hI.ing 130
Call 23191 after : 21 51 31
Midway
Twp $1,700
taxes Is In Rge
typnl., send resume I' to If 01 the hollowing persons whose You ere hereby notified, that suit Litigation on now ;
..p..nc.. '1'. re'c,, pm. W.I"onl LoIs .t Gull Her.boy names and places 01 Fesidences. areas tor divorce hat bean Instituted The board also moved to progress, Barrett saul f.A.D. Co.. Inc., to Frank J.and .
M..t hav car. 80. I1J1Q Col. 2b dr"oua..; tile, bath.large leads to the Gulf. follow: eldest' you In the Circuit Court of employ School Architect Dol- Jennie Tutera_ Fv _M.Y..
The 1063 taxes J55.! >
ALBERT J Collier County Florida. In Ch.n. were
her County N.w. 3IttTio storage area stove 4rafng TATU Rout I, Bon '
Includad' IS' par month 11 000 Each ell ceth 707 Naples. Florid eery by DUNCAN CAMERON ton McOryde to survey needs 017 .d'the road offered topa'y parcel In Sec 31.: 1w15'1'Ri ;
PART TIME MEN WHO .3III. and the laid Defand-
Naples Park Ml 2 3/3tf Ownership of ISLES OF CAPRI you
COULD USE AN EXTRA 540. Phone Midway 2 3214. REALTY it tt followt: tnt:: l ELIZABETH CAMERON for Increased concession stand $20,303. This also was returned 31, $1,700; Florida Invest
70 A WEEK. PHONE MI CBS -f bdrm. 'lurniUi.d"hou" .aIM .. are required to Ma An.
ALBERT J. TATU 100% your facilities at both the Naples Meanwhile investigators <'oitlnued .
2 3115 II!!' bath beautiful" firaplaca. OR' hUYAL Lot :: III Gal It it .my 'intention to apply 10 the war In said suit with i the Clark ment Futures Co., to Joseph
Gas nation attendant part time screened patio' utility '''I. car. leon Drive Foi Sale or Trade Clerk .f the Circuit Court In andfor of the Abova Court at the Court Senior High and Immokalee High their efforts to find whyan Vance, Bridgeport Calif., parcel -
port. Beautifully, 'landtcapad Write 0 J Herbert 2620 Pott Cellier House In Naplet Collier County iron the
dayt Apply et Crayton Cove is. School. angle which Joins
MI ttnt 3n5 l: ;t'orlt LdtsIU.t : In Sec 34. Twp Sic
Standard. J/4.4t BuJd.Parian.. Conn I. the Florida on or before the Ith day Rge 33.
PRI REALTY under the of April' AD. 194 and to serve rail ends was found broken on
Want man to cl..n golf Clubs I bd>m. furnlthad louse, elty Some lots on Mornmgaide Drive. of Chapter 0953. Laws. 0 rrovl..on'l a copy of same upon WILLIAM LA. tracks within the city limits. $1,100; Miami Investment Co.
''or 2 mo p.riod. 1/4 water TV cable avaIlable 1 0nr North Naples 100' e 135 Acts ol \ MAR ROSE Attorney for the Plain to A J, Airdr-5, Sarasota. parcel
mo. till ..In.,....,. Ml 2/23tf 1t4il64 hand, Ih,. 7th day of tiff, Whose" address >is Post OfficeBon Two of the four bolts which
'. lOll ,: :.:: 1 II Fort Myert. Florida, othar hold the rail ends and the angle In Sec Z3, Twp 51, Rge

16-Help Available ALBERT J. TATU wise the Decree. Pro Confaito shall The board approved a mo- Iron together had been unscrewed 34. 3200.
59-Acreage WALTER O bo antarad against
SOROKOTY you.
52-Real Estate Wanted tion to purchase about four lots found The Webb Properties Inc.
CHAUFFEUR AND GARDEN.ER LAW OFFICES WITNESS my hand and the seal and were borne ,
DESIRES FULL TIME WALTER SOROKOTY of this, Court on this the !nd day adjacent to the Naples Senior distance from the break. A train to Apostolos and Katherine
of March A O. I 1964MARGARET
mIaifrem
Vacant Naples High Acre ia .nd
EMPLOYMENT IN THE NA. highway frontage Wn.eRogar
PLES AREA. SO YRS OLD. Saballa 11011 S. Kadna :. city. only I five acre JAMES 8. TAYLOR. JR T SCOTT High at a cost not to exceed which passed over the separated Skaperdas. t orest HUl. N.Y..
parcel remaining lOW Down I'l tth Avenue. South Clark of the Circuit CourtCLERK'S half hour before the discovery .
EXCELLENT REFERENCES Ava Chicago Illinois M655 $5,500. This was i precautionary joint a parcel In Sec 11, Twp 52, Rge
CALL Ml 2649. 3/3 2/25tt 150 month Philip N KtyttP Naples. Florida ( SEALSBy
d"Bee 1304 Naplat; Midway Fab II. 2$. Mar 4. II. 1914 Jr.4 INEZ MAQILL measure to Insure posSession experienced no difficul 34. $1,500; The South Coast
Will, do houtekeeping Cell DoneMl 2.2180 Deputy Clark
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}.3350: ..-E S3toTrlTridey IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. Mar 4. II. It It, l 1914 #56 of the lots which will ty. Const., Co., Inc.. to Alex and
for
trailer could
or homesite over "Two or three trains
will, take dictation 55-Stores Office I ecre lrecta. ZN acre I acre IN AND FOR ru-GN -- be needed for future parking at Jean Bracco Melrose Park
COLLIER COUNTy. FLORIDA IN THE COUNTY before
mim, Per COURT have gone over the break
In borne or
your tracts with
tonal' end business. letters.Availeble roads Other big.I.ctroelty acreage tracts and IN PROlATE NO. 719 1 IN AND FOR the school. Presently incom- the rail spread far enoughto ill., parcel in Sec 4, Twp 63,
anytime, Ml I 26135 120 dn 120 'IN RE: COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA plete negotiations between the 33 South Coast
3/4,5t Office Space 12 II ft. For par mo and upCollier ESTATE OF EDNA R BARTH 'IN PROBATE NO deraU a train," said Lt. Luth.r Rge $1,900;

Rent et 145 per me Coal 2 3919 County Open Sundayt2lttlwtht Real Estate. Ml alto known at EDNA R. IN RE board and Florida Power and Hall of the FEC's special pus Construction Co., Inc., to
ESTATE OF
JEAKLE
.
365 SlIt Ave. So
Colony Bldg .
Found II Deceased i JANE LUPHER McCRATH Light Co. may result In the power lk*. Joseph J. Rlpp. Chicago parcel -

21-Lost & vt acre tractt 55 00 dn and NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Deceased company buying the lots Mall said It was "not impossible In Sec 4, Twp 53, Rge 33.
creditor of the estate of NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
Store building, 20' 60' locatedon 15 00 par mo no mtaratt 1350
Lett leather folder containIng 5th Avenue 1202 par mo One mile from Golden Qua EDNA R BARTH alto, known at cradilora' of the estate, of JANE and trading them for a power that the angle Iron was looSe $1,000; The South Coast Construction

licenee automobile credit Call Wesley" Downing, RealtorMl City Collier County Reel Et EDNA R JEAKLE oeceaiad are I LUHHEM McGRATH deceated. are line easment across school ened accidentally: but It certainly Co. Inc. to Raymond
cards etc finder, return to 22179 2/l2w tfTamiami tale Ml 2.3911 Open Sunday hereby notified, and required to file, hereby notified atldrequir.d to Ma ,
residence of W. J. Merritt 160 21 Uti"", h. any Claim or demand which they any claim O' .m.nd which they grounds. doesn't look that way. MoCann Chicago parcel In Sec
7th Ave So. and collect itt reward ",aI, Stores For Rent have against. said, estate In the officeof have 'I..t, Uld estate .n tIe ofliceoh At the same time the Association :
/3.3t Commercial or Prolattional" It acret adjoining Coconut the county Judge of Collier teas lha County Judge of Collier 4. Twp 53. Rge 33. $1,000;}
for 1125 p..o See G MLulf Urove. City Water A ttreett ly. Florida. in Eat Naplat Florida County Florida. >n Cat Naples' I a of American Railroads announced Clause Wlflman to James P.
R E Broker 421 *th 116500. terms Philip Ktyetr within, .,> (6) calendar, month from Florida within, ti, III Calendar l In Washington a $100000 ,-
22-Musical Instruments St No Midway 1 2270 O lox 1306. Ml 2.*7M. the date of the firtt publication, 0' months from the data of lia lint DLscu.ssingfutureneeds at the reward for solving the Feb. and Elsie F. Patton Ochopee.
2/lltl this, NOTICE Each such claim or publication of this NOTICE Each
1' demand must ba m writing and mast sueS claim or demand mutt bo 'in Naples Senior High School 27 train bombing at St. Augus. parcel In Sec 16, Twp 63, Rge
t Acr. melon black'
PIANO For Sale with Terms ,00'00"I2no. CARIBBEAN state the place of residence, and pot nnng, and must slate lh. place ofUttorney board members heard Super- tuie. 33. $10.000.
57-Houses
residence ,
oll.ct
office edoratt of the claimant and end p1151 address .
REALTY N
3750 Jam
lami Trail Midway 2 515$. mutt be sworn to by the claimant. 10' .he Claimant and mist lie won intendent Reynolds suggest that .
7iStfss.61Income. hit agent or hit attorney or rt Ito by the Claimant II''. aesnt on his, additional classroom on the
Beautiful spinet OPEN FOP INSPECTION 2 will become void according tc 'la* or 'I .will bacoma void at any
41 BR hornet on llth Ave THOMAS" R BROWNAncillary ,wording, to lawBETTY. campus should be two stories
So between tth tin Sit NAPLES
Piano in new con- priced from 114.500 to 507.500.WILLIAM PropertyTWO AdminittralorCT Ca E ..cut"LUPHER. LANMAN high In order to conserve: outside FLY .

.
B nONE INC SMITH CARROLL' VEGA GEORGE VEGA. JR
dition. Greatly reduced Builder COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS BROWN A NICHOLS Ca E aculor space.It -- MIAMI
Tenth St No Ml 2-5731
M .
SMITH
WITH PRESENT: IN- Belch Buildirg CARROLL VEGABROWN
in price, OF 1171 WILL SAC. NaVIes. "orod.Allo.y. A NICHOLS I e a
4 BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME SOME: E FOR ONLY 119004: for P4apies, Florida 1
terms can be ar With 16 X 30 ft. Florida Room, FULL PRICE BOTH BUILDINGS Ancillary AdminittralorFab &ttorneys for fi'ec..tora was revealed at the meetIng New Year Hound Daily Schedule
large screened patio matterbedroom CALL MIDWAY 22151IIM II 2*. Mar 4. II 'IH4 =42 .!eo.IS._ H Mir t. II. 1954 54$ that teachers -
Write and bath, air condi 3/foPs 17ColllerCounty

ranged. to tweed' utility room 2 car carport .. compel m* I* tell NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that by authority of Sec 19423 Laws of will be paid competency a- Naples To Miami
well my
Box 1737 N Na- city sewerage and" 2 lot 1 100 160' Florida, following unclaimed tao deed surpluses held by the Clark wards each.
G al I.I.dieig a : to $400
for amounting
prinkling E Moveand Co. :
pump .
,. if P'.M.:
retrig All rug end drapessome Can be Inspected any day etU Circuit of Collier County will ba paid la the ownar proof of 7:45: AM. 1 II 1 30 A.M. 3.45
furniture T V. Cable ) 7ih. Ave So. 3/Jtf claim by virtue of a recorded deed Is presented on or before the 25th The names of the teachers were
ples. gas day of March I'''. Failure' to claim payment within said dales will
heat ONLY 115500. Located at $.&,...&* Mia so' a 45 Com. result In said monies being. paid into the General Revenue Fund of not revealed. Miami To Naples
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Bill .....c.1! bidS 50 IItt 41 et Palm Collier County The appointment of Riley
2 6-Personal Tucker Midway 2 50H tf River IM front Ole deep. 190n PROPERTY APPARENT OWNER TAX CERT 9.00AM.: 2i15: 1 P.M. 5.00P.M.
rS.d,00m. 2 tile bath home water Will accept any reatenable Ware Jr., teacher at f3ethune

INTERESTED 'IN A MoN: looted throughout m The Mooring living room Carpvtmg 2 4J64 offer Call owner unf. MI Unit Lots I 7., I Naples Block' Park 55 Thomas H. MooreOrpha 111 of Mil saleWt4.Swtd.SWN.SEld and George W. Nlelson teacher Connection gn4 Keer etion. to say point !1. the world

TAIN CABIN IN GATLIN. dining room hall end one badtcreenad "' "' : at Immokalee Elementary,
BURG TINNESSEEf I MUST room Compl.It arCoedtioesp5 RENEW YOUR t Sec 33, T U R J4 Latham 21 of 1951 sale NAPLES AIRLINES
SELL MINE AT A SACRIFICE end" II..ltd. disposal., dish'"sashir _. was routinely accepted upon recommendation

CALL MIDWAY 2-2I5S 3/4wf \ port avid Paved storage dr....r......'..IC Nice car DRIVER'S liCENSe "t'? Camera Lot If. Landing William M Houston 17 of 195t sale of Reynolds. The Naples. Airport CoDCOt r.. I Miami Alrp.rtMI

CALL TilE NEWS FOR >n perch Lawn Mddad DURI.'tt! ; YOUR' .< -_di.,... Clark MARGARET T SCOTT resignation Charles E.Jones J-J4J4 NB <44811<
landscaped Ph / Circuit Court
and partially
Rt'ftJ1FR TIr Ml 2 4104 after I p m No heel BIRTh MNTt'/ 'vP_! Collier County Florida custodian at Immokalee High. Cloy Ticket efft Nspltti Travel Acts*; <4< Cejrwrt
... rlette March 4. I IwO .55 was also accepted.
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