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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 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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YEAR-NUMBER 156 10 Pages 10 CENTS _THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1964_ _



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TornadoesHit .' !( Library Drive The or



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WASHINGTON (AP) Gen.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Douglas MacArthur has "ob
Tornadoes and other violent structive jaundice of unknown
weather killed 11 persons and Hits $42,100The origin" and exploratory abdom.
of,"
Injured about 40 In six Southern inal surgery will be performed
states. Friday morning to try to determine
The Weather Bureau said at the cause, Walter Reed

least spawned a as dozen warm tornadoes air from were the \...... drive for funds to builda duals to weigh and determine all than a mere storehouse of books. day.Army Hospital announced to-
the factors to deal It must have books stored In
reached necessary
Cult of Mexico clashed with a new county library
Intelligently with his problemsand such a way that they are readily
cold front Wednesday. $42,100 this noon accordingto make an Intelligent choice accessible to library patrons,, NEW YORK (AP-presldent
Torrential rains accompaniedmany frank Kerrigan campaign of the solution which best suits and it must provide guidanceto Johnson new from Washington
thunderstorms and the director Kerrigan said he 1s him. The library helps create enable readers quickly to find today for the funeral of Susan
24-hour rainfall In western Key "very much encouraged" by the selU Edwards Wagner wife
and maintain the intelligent the material they require. of
tucky exceeded five Inches. response so farandsaldhesees Interest of each Individual so He pointed out that three el* Mayor Robert F. Wagner
Lightning struck a house at no reason why the drive shouldnot necessary to the functioning of ments were basic to successful But heavy fog over New York
Forrest City, Ark., and starteda reach Its $110,000 goal before democracy, so that In supportingthe libraries a good staff, a good City airports made the arrivalof
fire In which died. Another
seven *
the end of the month. library, we are supporting collection of books, and a proper the presidential party, incluu.
at.
Arkansas fatality was one of the most basic needs of plant to house them. leg a delegation from Congress,
trlbuted to tornado. Those who attended the Kick.
a ,
uncertain. There
democracy, a public consistingof Dr. Sessa congratulated Col. was a chance
Two killed In western off breakfast the morning of
were on Intelligent and well Informed Her County on the anlightmantand the plane would land at Newark,
Kentucky and another perishedIn e March 4 heard Dr. Frank B. N.J.
individuals. foresight of its officials and
Sessa director of libraries for
Tennessee.
Dr, Sessa pointed out that in citizens in seeking to provide
tornadoes the of Miami tell of the
was City
from ,
Damage order to fulfill Us functions, an adequate library system, and SAIGON, South Viet Nam
Mississippi served and needs
Louisiana
reported In many purposes must ba far more said that this first step of (AP)-American authorities reported
a library
Watkins Jr. pro.
and Missouri, and wind OFFICE SEEKERS swarmed the Circuit Commission; Henry B. filled by modern libraries of
viding a modern plant for Its today the death a
damage to a lesser degree was Clerk's office Tuesday noon when the School Board; E. A. Doug Hendry, Additionally, Dr. Sessa said headquarters library would lead third U.S. Army officer in two

reported A woman In northwest was killed Georgia.when a books opened for filing, and within sheriff; Pete Doub, County Commission that going public a renaissance libraries were throughout under. Kennedy Memorial to cultural and educational developments days of the war against the

tornado roared down onto the a few minutes 13 candidates had qual ; Richard M. Stanley, county judge. America, and that the present Library Fund Near fits If public with Interest tar reaching were bene.pro. Communist tie was the VIM 115th Conr.American to

Beech Creek community near ified to run for public office. Someof Mrs. Margaret Scott (back to camera) building and rebuilding programs perly directed and maintained die in combat since the U.S.

Magnolia Inlured. Ark. Six others were the early qualifiers shown grouped also filed as a candidate for circuit for the libraries Carnegie greatly Foundation overshadow achieve 2 Million Dollars after the immediate goal had buildup began In December

MORE HAVOC around the clerk's desk, Included ((14)): clerk. (NEWS photo) ments. Kennedy BOSTON Memorial(AP-The John library F. been expected reached would, as be ho done.confidently Ha said 1961.

Another tornado lashed west. WilTtam Henning, candidate for CountyBy FILLS MODERN: NERD Fund is nearing $2 million. he would be "most happy" to SUNDERLAND, ENRLAND!: -
ern Kentucky, killing two and Dr. Sessasaidth pt unary raa. The New England Merchants advise and help that developmentIn (AP) A 15-year-ola girl and a
Injuring about 20. The twisterhit son for the Increase of library National Bank said< Monday the every possible way. 43-year.old man died of heart
near Hardln, near Kentucky To Use facilities In the past two decades total la $1,980,843.21, up $952. Eugene Turner presided at the attacks and more than 100 per.
Lake, dipped Into the tiny com. Expect Taxpayer was because libraries filled 061 since Feb. 15 breakfast The Invocation was sons were Injured Wednesday
munlty Falrdeallng and then needs In modern life which other given by Reverend John Stump of night as 50,000 soccer fans triedto
struck Kirksey. agencies could not supply. the First Presbyterian ChurchDr. stampede Into a packed sta.
Some businesses were dam. Tax Cut To Luxuries Through the modern library the Sessu was introduced J>y dlum
aged, but most of the destruc. Buy individual Is able to keep abreast Travis Bickford Benjamin Parks after short talks With 70,000 people Jamming
tlon was confined to homes In ., of developments In his chosen by Mrs. Mamie Tooke and rank the stadium built for 82,000, the

the area. The heavy rainfall Included SAM D4.WSON grading of living standards, the The Bureau of Labor Statistics trade or profession,to be Inform Gets 17 YearsCircuit Kerrigan. crowd outside smashed throughtwo
7.7 Inches at Paducah, AP Business News Analyst additional take-home pay may says the cost of food has ed on matters of civic Interest, Others Introduced to the locked gates and charged
5.'75 at Henderson-heaviest in NEW YORK (APA clue to well add to the volume of such risen 6 per cent In the last 10 to continue his education through Judge Archle: Odom assembled guests were William into the grounds.
29 years, 5.25 at Owensboro, hand Americans will use at least spending. Whether this In. years. If your grocery bill has out life, and to develope his hobbies this sentenced Travis Price, president of the Dank oj -
morning
4.17 at Louisville oart of their additional take. creased demand will affect gone up more than that, the and his appreciation of arts Everglades; Library Board mem- COLOMBO, Ceylon (AP) -
The Tennessee Valley Author. h{ :ome pay, thanks to the tax prices or charges remains to be bureau suspects that is because and literature to the limits of Bickford to 17 years In prison bar Mrs. Byron Royals of 1m- Ceylon's government declareda
Ity power plant at Pickwick c ut, Is offered today by the new seen. you now buy higher quality his capacity, the speaker said. after accepting Blckford'a guilty mokalee, Mrs. II. D. Barnes of state of emergency today In
Dam was knocked out as a tor. c Dst of living Index meats and vegetables, which As a result of filling the needs pleat to manslaughter and Naples, and MraV F. C. Lee the face of strikes or strike
nado whipped through Tennes.see. They'll spend It for more olte Cramer Delegate naturally cost more than economy ., of the Individual, the require aggravated ....ult. ef NaplesCounty; Commissioners threats by longshoremen, doc.
U, things they didn't buy in grades; and that you spend I ments to preserve American Bickford was found guilty of Dewey Polly, Gen Allan, and tors In state hospitals and state
Mrs. May dell Summers, about a jantlty a few years back Slate, Official much more for convenience,1 democracy are met by a good tecond-tiegree murder and assault Mtos Downing Tax Assessor Sam engineer controlling the na.
45, WM killed at her Spring. The Labor Department's new precooked or otherwise pro, library system. The popular In. Coldlng, Tas Collector A. P. tlon's electricity
field, Tenn., farm when a storm c'onsumer price index also helps (Gnldwater Group ceased food. Also there are a formation media of today, such with Intent to commit Ayers, County Clerk Mrs Margaret The ort'f rva'vmed" to pro.
cellar caved In at her house. ,1' ar up another mystery for WASHINGTON (AP) Son lot of new food items, or new r as radio and television, and even murder by s Circuit Court.jury Scott J&jperlntendent of tect essential aervyws.BELGRADE .
The tornado at Pickwick ded rainy i citizens; How come the Barry Goldwater, fuArlE, .con versions of old items, that: newspapers, to a degree, createa here January 22. But JudgeOdom Schools William D.Reynolds, and
mollshed the m.ln.. switchyard outgo' side of the family budget tender for the Republican presidential tempt you. mass mind and crowd psycho threw out the conviction Judge Ora Wlldormuth. Yugoslavia
of the power house and knocked always[ seems to rise more than nomination, says ha supports Even so, the bureau holds logy because of their necessarily later when he granted defente Momentum and enthusiasm (-Algerlan President Ah.
over main rltvr crossing trans. tI|ie old Index said It should? a Florida slate of GOY that the percentage of the fam. limited and superficial treatmentof attorney James R. Adama motion were given the drive by an announcement med Den Bella arrived today
mission lines. The new Index takes in items convention delegates headed by fly budget spent for food has events problems, Dr.Sessa for a new trial. by Mrs. Mamie for a weeklong visit and was
Flood waters forced more u tat loom large on some family Rep. William C. Cramer, R.Fla. slipped from 28.18 in 1993 te)i said.Only Adams moved for a new trial Tooke, chairman of Advance. warmly welcomed by President\
than 100 persons from their b udgets now, but which the old Goldwater broke his silence 22.43 today. The new index thus I the library provides sufficient Gifts Division of the Fund Tito at Belgrade Airport.
houses In Mississippi Ten.foot o ne, as last revised in 1953, Wednesday night on a fight won't be affected .s much b y, depth and completeness because the 13th or alternate Campaign, that virtually one
high waves pounded the Loulal.! j II ored. And the new one says among Florida Republicans. The the changes in prices of various of Information to enable IndlvU member of the jury, because ofan third of the campaign fund goal NEW DELHI, India (A1+J -
ana coast and winds jammed u lat families spend a smaller following brief statement by the foods as in the past. error was present In the jury had been reached before the cam Defense Minister Y. B. Chavan
a cargo ship Into a wharf at percentage< of their Incomes senator was released by head The items In today's family Stolen Purse room during deliberations. It paign had been formally opened. will visit the United States In
New Orleans, knocking down n,ow on such things as food quarters of the Goldwater for budget to which the government was Indicated at the time the late March or early April for
about 15 fender pilings 'tl Nan they did formerly, al.lough President Committee gives' more emphasis Include Found In Park, judge granted Adams' motion talks on India's defense Deeds.
In other parts of the nation, II eating better; and con "In January I asked Congressman housing, with hotel and motel that Bickford probably would Police Hunting
a wind-driven snow storm swept Iderably more on other goodsr William C. Cramer to forma rates newly added, up to 33.23 Csh Missing Hoodlums Who TOKYO (APV .Premier Ha.
areas In the Midwest and rain r(I services than they did when' slate of delegates In Florida per cent from 30.17; transports. The pocketbook containing plead guilty to letter charges, yto Ikeda declared today that
splashed sections In the North. personal incomes were smaller'pledged to my candidacy. The tlon, to 13.88 per cent from glasses and valuable papers, be. to avoid the expense of a new Defaced ChurchNaples Japan will only recognize Com.
east.An Since the price of food hasn'tone slate he formed Is the official 11.65, with autos and car serve longing to Mrs. Raymond D. trial.Bickford munlst China when It is general.
intense storm centered g' up as much in recent Goldwater date and I endorseIt. icing accounting for most of the Hoess of Jefferson, Ind., which was sentenced to 15 police today are look. ly considered a peace-loving
near the south end of Lake y'ears, as has the cost of many ." Increase; health and recreationup was stolen out of the Hoess car years for mantlauyhter and Ing for vandals who sometime country.
Michigan and heavy snow fell goods: and services not though!: Cramer's slate already has to 19.45 per cent from 18.03'In Lowdermilk Park Tuesday, two to aggravated as- yesterday entered the: Christian} Ikeda denied in a parllamen.
In parts of the Mississippi Val. o t r as necessities, the new way been entered for the state's May Some of the new spendln g) found on the grounds of the years Science Church on Central Ave. tary committee debate that he
ley and Great Lakes region. The o t calculating the cost of living 26 primary, with 34 votes at the habits the government n owpark was yesterday according to Naples lault, the terms to run consecu lue causing several hundred dol. had meant in earlier statements
storm started In the Southwest gives a clue to where the money Republican National Conventionat acknowledges are parking tively at the state prison at lars worth of damage. Chlorinewas Japan would establish diplomatic
police.
and spread across the Plains, g>es-for new goods and serve stake. Also entered are slate college tuition, outboard motors Everything appeared to have Ralford. He admitted shooting poured on the carpeting and ties with Peking upon the
with snow depths to more than a I :ei, or more of those once I pledged to former Vice President !. moving expenses, golf fees, been left In the purse exceptthe Noah and Richard Kirkland papers scattered around while the latter' entry Into the United'
foot in some areas. tl ought of as luxuries or now.idthen Richard M. Nixon and an legal aid, funeral services, and cash, amounting to between killing the former, In an alter. walls were defaced by obscene Nations.
a items unpledged date between.meal snacks. $60 and $80. cation last August 0. writing and epithets. '
And since Americans have I state Republican Chairman POLIS, Cyprus (AP) The
ended In recent years to put Tom airfield Brown rounded up siege continues for 700 Turkish
ny extra Income into such up., the unpledged slate of delegates. Cypriots In the torn town of FoIts. -
f. .

More than a month ago out.

Hoffa Plans To Appeal numbered Polls and Turkish nearby villages families cat from

: ered In a Turkish school, saeU.
T !jig safety from the undeclared
4 iri lvtl: war between the Greek

L'd Conviction Of Jury Fix Cyprus and Turkish communities M

They are still there. Village

elders, mothers, fathers, youths
unanimously In his
CHATTANOOGA Tenn. AP Detroit was
( )
and babies are huddled in. the
-James R. Hoffa, president of favor.
he nation's largest labor union, Hoffa, 51, who is scheduled togo wo tory building with little ap-!
parent hope of returning to their
27 in Chicago
In grim disbelief Wednes.ay on trial April
when he heard himself de. on charges of misusing $20 mil. tomes,
lared guilty of trying to rig a lion In union pension funds, be. T'
ederal court Jury. came president of the Team. RANGOON, Burma (AP) -
Dave Beck, went to prison for Gen Ne Win, Burma's military
It was his first conviction in -
trials. Income tax fraud. I.e f ft strongman, has promised to
t our Hoffa's bond was raised from 1 JJ ,' j ten / continue leading his nation toward .
"We will appeal," Hoffa told $10,000 to $7S,000 by Wilson socialism.
t 1 e ;sp
aw am en. Smaller bonds were required of r Ne Win addressed a huge ral.
His lawyers said motions for the three men convicted with s sj ly of peasants Wednesday at
a I new trial would be filed with them of attempting to bribe the Kabaung, 100 miles north of
W.M. SMILEY J.S.' Dist. Judge Frank Wilson Jury that heard Hoffa's 1962 conspiracy Rangoon, to mark the second
within five days. trial at Nashville. That anniversary of his bloodies
The conviction could mean 10 trial ended when the Jury could coup: that ousted mild man.
W. M. Smiley ,years' In prison and a $10,000Ina not agree on a verdict. lered Premier U Nu.

Enters Race For j f for Hoffa, head of the Team. The Jury found that .1r L+r
ters! Union. 1. Hoffa, Larry Campbell of f MOSCOW (Ap-pravda and
State Attorney The verdict brought congratu. Detroit and Thomas E. Park the labor newspaper Trud saluted
I}atlons to the prosecutors from of Nashville sought to offer the American Communist
W. M. (Mickey) Smiley, Jr., Arty. Gen Robert F. Kennedy $10,000 to the son of a Juror Ir r y newspaper the Worker today ,
28, of Bradenton, has filed In -lone accused by Hoffa of wag. the Nashville trial. I ci I with long articles on Us 40th
Tallahassee as a candidate for I|ng a vendetta against him. 2. Hoffa and Ewing King, for birthday,
the Democratic nomination for Kennedy, once called a "punk mer Nashville Teamsters presl... 'N"Lr The Worker, formerly the
State Attorney for the Twelfth |. Id" by Hoffa, Just smiled when dent, tried to Influence another Dally( Worker, Is the only Amer.
Judicial Circuit. Baked, for his reaction to the ver. Juror by offering to help her C lean newspaper on public saleIn
Smiley is till son of W.M. ,llct. Pressed Vashlngton husband get a promotion on the ri the Soviet Union.
(Mack) Smiley, who served for newsmen, foi a atement, he Tennessee Highway Patrol.
14 years (from 1946 to 1960) would say u.y tllllt "it was ..t Campbell, a Teamsters bul<.
In the State Attorney post his \the: hands of the Jury and the ness agent at Detroit, Parkland J Jt LOS ANGELES (AP) The
son now seeks. J pry has spoken." King face sentences of flv Smiley will oppose the Ineura Hoffa told newsmen that "de. years and of $ ,000. g U,, -_---" e ..---- case resumes today with the

bent, Frank Schaub, for the De. ,I slate what you think" ha has no The fine eight men Hoffi and< JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS paused eton fourth; third row, ninth grade physical sciences, Jerry Pendant serious John cross-examination Irwin after a of live.da.
mocratic nomination in May Prt. ;I Mention of relinquishing the four women acquitted
mary. I I residency of the Teamsters, an and two businessmen the steps of the school yesterday for their picture Morgan, first; John Woodill, second; Steve Steele, Iy Hollywood-type Interruption

I He currently practicing law ;I Independent union with 1,7 mU. charges they offered "things o r They are, from left, first row, seventh and eighth third; Larry Batcher, fourth; top row, ninth grads bio- b y a pretty starlet.
Actress Vicki London 19
In Bradenton as a partner with ]I Ion members."I value" to a Nashville bar oper ,
his father in the firm of Smiley can rest assured of one ator It ha would try to contac t grade biological science winners! Mark Brewer, first; logical sciences Jane Rogers, first; Robert( Cowden came to U.S. District Court late

A Smiley i t tIn thing," he said, "that the mem. members of the 1962 Jury. Becky Brewer, second; Jan Burnham, third; Mary second; Pam Coe, fourth; Merrilee Martin, best exhibit Wednesday, fresh from a re.

IiSI Smiley received the '1 wrshlp will be behind Hoffa 1 businessmen were Nich. Boynton, fourth; second row, seventh and eighth of the show Not present for the picture was tarsal She for a Western dressed musical
nalas revue. was cowboy
award as "Outstanding Student Young Democrat of Florida" at Initial reaction from mem. ., and Allen Dorfman c physical ; Roger the winner grade : Die, complete with six-shooU

the State Convention hers I of Hoffa's home local In, Chicago. Johnston, second; Rihcard Lambert, third; Mike Sharp, exhibit Elliott Smollan (NEWS photo) era




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, March 5, 1964 LW Stronger In I U
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manded the IIOOo.man U.N. Florida Than JFK
Cyprus Force emergency force along the rarll
Egyptlan.Israell frontier for Says Gov. Bryant '
more than four years. In mid. ... ,= Q"J
January, he was sent to Cyprusas TALLAHASSEE (AP) The a ti'ti .r 7. 1
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To Be Led By the secretary general's per. dearth of Republican candidates NanderbiIE JJeacI
sonal observer.In for statewide offices is a great
a rare display of unanimity tribute to the Cabinet and the
the Security Council author. Bryant administration, accord.
Hindu GeneralUNITED Ized the U.N. peacekeeping operation Ing to Gov. Farris Bryant's J By Mary A. Fester MI 2.J361 I
Wednesday, empower. views. monthly meetingof Geary of 104th Avenue had
NATIONS, N.Y. Ing Thant to name the force Bryant told his weekly news The regular Park Area Association as guests last Thursday, Mr.
(AP) A 52.year.old Indian commander and the mediator In conference today the Republl.cans the Naples held last Thurs and Mrs. Syrll Lewis of
general appeared almost certain consultation with Cyprus, Tur. "or anybody for that mat. was The conyngham Pa.
today to command the U.N. key, Greece and Britain. ter, In so many Instances, don't day evening at 8 p.m. Sorry to learn that Mrs.
One informant said Thant had for Invocation the Lords Prayer, Kay
peace force for Cyprus, but at run an office because they Darrel of 102nd Avenue has
least six men were being men. suggested three men for the have the feeling they have no was led bi Mrs Loretta NeelS,
honed for the tougher job of post of mediator, Including for. change to be elected."It followed by the entire assemblyIn been a patient In the Naples
mediator between the Greek mer President Gawo Plaza of Is a great tribute to the the salute to the nag. A new Community Hospital. Hope she
and Turkish Cypriots. Ecuador, who headed the 1958 Cabinet, and to this admtnlstra- standard for the nag pole has Is feeling better by now.
Diplomatic sources said Sec U.N observation group in Leb tlon, that they did not put up h -, been donated by one of our Building a new home on Van
retary Seneral U Thant had anon. Another man reportedly candidates." members who derbilt Drive are Mr and Mrs.
choser. LU Gen. Prem Singh favored In U.N. circles was Bryant said the Republican very thoughtful anonymous, Gilbert Stlllmache of Iron
Jose Rolz-Bennett of Guatemala action Indicated "discernment wishes to remain
Gyanl to command the force Ridge, Wise.
pa association
but was withholding an announcement Thant's deputy chief of of the dim prospects of Republl. and for which the "
until he receives cabinet who made a survey trip: cans In Florida this year." extends a grateful"thank you. MENDING AT HOME
replies from nations asked to to Cyprus for the secretary. He said he believed President Glen Allen Introduced the
contribute troops. general and attended the recent Johnson "Is stronger in Florida TRIBUTES to Caribbean Gardens held Chamber of Commerce, with chamber guest speaker, Don Lander, Martin Tropf of 99th AvenueIs

Gyanl, a graduate of Britain's London conference at which than the late President John the spotlight in Naples this week, president George E, Powell, left, mak- Collier County Agriculture now at home, and we hopeon
Imperial. War College com. Britain attempted to mediate..Kennedy would have been." Agent who spoke on the sugar the mend. He has been 111
Bryant said he planned to topped by a Beach Club luncheon ing the presentation. Gardens man- program for this area,and whatIt for several weeks and spent

speak to a convention of insure Wednesday which featured a surprise ager Joel Kuperberg, center, happily will mean to Collier County. some time In the local hospital. -

ance executives In the Bahama award from Governor Farris Bryant, receves the tributes. The ceremony Months of g round work has gone .
to
Islands Friday. He planned
The Agency With Personal Service: spend three days In the Islands. shown held (right) by Wendell Jarrard, took place during the regular Wednesday Into this great venture,and when Mr.View and Avenue Mrs. Forlst Hall of
Bay Vanderbilt
everything Is worked out, it
Some 40,000 men including director of Florida Development Commission Rotary meeting. will mean a great future for Beach, had as guests last} week

I American technicians, Spanish Another plaque was pre (McGrath photo) Collier County, and the new Mr. and Mrs Art Egly, of Port

A d.p.od.bU Mney, r..pairfbi. and Jamaican laborers, Chinese sented to the Gardens by the Naples sugar industry.A Charlotte, Fla.
launderers Greek bonks and Sikh Mrs Martha Rockmanmother
.. for protecting your card pany Is planned for -
you
limn)', horn and tnwiriMiafalnit dilchdtgger from India workedto Drive Carefully And Lln'ARADISE Saturday, March 14th. at.8pm of Mrs. Carl Sine of
n.ry niurabU threat build the Panama Canal Pat On The Back The next smorgasbordglvenbythe Vanderbilt Beach, has arrivedto
of lot through 'planned program ladles of the association, spend some time with her

of protection guaranteed will be held on Palm Sunday daughter and family coming
bjr VtancUl eomp'aniM strength unqution FISHERMAN'S I Remember the date, and take from her home In Jamestown,

Everything FOR RENT th e Fisherman needs. For The Gardens the little lady out that Sunday. New York.

1964 Fibreglass Boats 1 964 Johnson Motorslit Know many of the people In Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamel of
Fishing Tackle and BI< (Live Shrimp) Julius Flelschmann's Carlb the Gardens a golden plaque from this area, and Naples proper, 95th Avenue had as guests fora
bean Gardens, one of Florida's Gov. Farris Bryant and anotherone have watched with Interest the week their niece and nep-
:: Fishing Guide for Full 0Plus r Half Day Parties outstanding attractions, yester. Initiated by the Naples Cham. Naples Park Area Associa- hew, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tackett -

INSUUNCE AUNCT, In day got a well deserved pat on ber of Commerce at the Wed. tion and Its growth since It of Stamping Ground; Ky.
Waterfront Efficient cy: Apartments the back from Collier Countlans nesday luncheon meeting of the started in 1957. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace John-
Gt'C
and others for Its "outstanding Naples Rotary Club at the Beach
.... son, also of Stamping Ground
,
APhona Seth
652 'th
Isles of Fi ishing LodgePhone contribution to Florida tourism." Club Hotel. President Miles Sco-.
2-SMI Capri chairman, field presided FREE AND CLEARIt and friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Jarrard
Wendell .
NaplM, FtoUa j Gardens Flelschmann Is Is now our good for Tackett, spent a week here,
director of the Florida Develop. owner
7 MI. So. of Tamiami Trail MI 2.5704
ment Commission, presented tot In Africa and his son, Charles, tune to tell you that the final staying at the Venetian Mo-
was unable to attend the meet. payment on the land that the tel on the Trail.
Ing, so Gardens Manager Joel association building stands on Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hegjiof
Kuperberg accepted the plaquesand Is being made this month, and 93rd Avenue had as guests
tributes for the organization. will now be free and clear, last week their cousin Mrs.
Close to 200 persons, Including Matthew Ivan, and her friend
FOR It has been a long and tedious ,
'" YOU-PREMIUM state, county and local road, and lots of hard work bya Mrs. T. Stoy from Lake Orion,
officials, were present for the
.. event which was Initiated by the great many people still here, Mich. Stopping by to say hello
;L.r. Naples Chamber of Commerce. and some who have passed a- and enjoying luncheon were Mr.

BAYFRONT PROPERTYFOR Jarrard lauded Caribbean Gar. way. The lights have been and Mrs. John L. Heinlein and
dens for Its "fantastic publicity, ordered for the building, along Mr. and Mrs. John Henchert,
worth millions of dollars to this with two new refrigerators both of Oak Park, 111., and
community and the state." He a freezer, and we hope to have former buddies ofMr.Hegjfs
AS LITTLE recalled the appearance of the these by the time the next dinner when they were all employed in
AS Gardens' famous "Duck Vaude. rolls around. the Continental Can Co. Their

villa" on the Ed Sullivan television Last Thursday was also election son John Hegjl left last Tues-
show, at the Florida showcase day for the association, day for New Orleans, after
In New York and tour
on and nominated Into office was spending a week here. In New
In
Europe.
$ President Harold R. Hulpieu, Orleans, he met a friend and
6,400FASHIONABLE BIG SEASON Vice President Lawrence flew to Central America and

Jarrard got In a few favor Fairer, Secretary Mrs. Eleanor, Guatemala, on a long planned
able remarks for the Develop. Sine, Treasurer Leland Boyd. trip.
ment Commission, pointing out For the board of directors for Arriving tomorrow Friday,
that the state Is enjoying the three years, R.P Boyd and Leo March 6th. will be t-lr. and

largest crop of winter visitorsIn Campbell. ,Dan ,.Cleaver has tMrs.-"UA. Rust, of Pittsburgh,
rp Its history. He said Florida been named to fill out the one- Pa.,to spend several weeks with
: : plugs on the nationally televised year term of Harold Hulpieu Mr.and Mrs.Harold R.Hulpieu
"Today" show cost state tax *
who resigned as a member of of Wlllett Avenue Vanderbilt
.
payers absolutely nothing, as
.
-4 does a pair of touring Grey the board, when he accepted the Beach. Mrs. Rust Is Mrs.

yii n k tun .1L Z hound buses and several other presidency. Installation of the Hulpieu's sister and have been
r promotional projects. new officers will take place at winter visitors here tor several -

the March Glen Allen years.
meeting;
George Powell Jr., president
will be the Until next week the Good
Installing officer. may
of the Naples Chamber of Com
mercer Introduced Jarrard and Birthday members were Harold Lord watch over all of you

other dignitaries attending the Hulpieu,R.P.Boyd Virginia and keep you well.Spaulding.

luncheon, including State Senator Sherer and Loul; McGary
Elmer Friday Representative Member of the month was Mrs. Of
Lorenzo Walker, County Como Louise Juliano.

mission chairman Dewey Polly, Hope by now the missing set McGrath's Will
1r4ka. Mayro Archie Turner,and repre. of discs for the shuffleboard
sentatlves from local civic or. Accent Portraits
Yr 4M. court have been returned to
.
r ganlzatlons and nearby attrac.
tlons, Including the Edison Home, the club. We hope they were:
In Fort Myers and Wonder Gar. taken by mistake. The associa-
dens at Bonita Springs. tion has to buy this equipment.
It's quite expensive, and Is for
Jarrard read telegrams fron the enjoyment of all who use ..
Senators Holland and Smathers
Rep. Paul Rogers, Dick Pope, these facilities so please return
the
of Cypress Gardens, Nations: discs.
Association of Travel Agents am A letter thanks and appreciation

14'rtM other travel groups here and a... has been sent to all the
broad. merchants, who donated articles -
for the auction held last
month.
The softest Warm wishes to Mr.and Mrs.

Lynford Johnson of 107th Ave

fluffiest nue on the birth of a baby girl, I
born onTuesday February 25th

,r Y t? washes are Baby Nancy Price Johnson
weighed In at 6 pounds and Is

rinsed with a "doll" '
Mr, and Mrs. Warren J.D l\4

The United State acts as employer
a StaPufFabric landlord, doctor. butcher: Hewitt HEWITT Spaulding SPAULDING,now assoclat
baker and
laundryman
to 42,000
ed with Tom McGrath, photographer
residents of the Canal Zone
in
Panama. will specialize in portraU
SoftenerRINSE ture, especially in the home, it

\\\\\,\,\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ was announced yesterday.
Hewitt started in photography
In 1938 first as a free lance,

Here it is-an attractively priced paradise for small-boat owners! Hundredsof then as a news photographer for
r the Asheville Citizen Times,
miles of protected bays and inlets begin at your own private anchorage. Let HEWITT Asheville, N. C. After four years
in the Army Air Force Hewitt
MAKE YOURPORTRAIT spent 14 months at Photography
Every spacious homesite is directly on the water, fully sea-walled, School In Chicago, then opened a
v studio In Fort Myers. After four
and served by city utilities. Within the Naples city limits, just 5 minutes t in the years In Fort Myers he returnedto

tropical settingof Chicago, going Into commercial .
Z from center-of-town shopping.For Illustrative and industrial

ntf .. your NAPLES photography.
O
every lot purchaser, Royal Harbor will build a landing dock In 1957, he underwent spinal
I HOME. to send surgery at the Veterans Administration
free of charge. Or, i if you prefer contribute the same amount toward SlaPufSta Research Hospital In Chicago
proudly to and after 9 months convalescence
the construction of a slip. your settled in PuntaGor-
friends 'up north' da. He Is now living In Naples
and will be assisting McGrath
Homesites are priced from $6,400 to $19,900-a wide range to suit your hbrie Soffelau in publicity and commercial

RINSE photography, as well as doing
individual taste and needs! portraiture.


cL ;IAT"5'; Drive out and few Royal Harbor today- take U.S. 41 and turn south on Title Companyof

photos A .
4 Sandpiper Street. Telephone inquiries: Call Alan Foster Gen Mgr. or 1=J by .k Naples
1
ON NAPLES BAY ABSTRACTS EScatWS
Ernie Blodfett at Midway 2.474'--or your favorite Real Estate Broker. .Puf out softens out.fluffs all Hewitt I Peppard Bldg.
'leading concentrates One rinse :.r- MI J-MJt
leaves towed, woolens every. ell Fifth A Tt., S V
WHERE EVERY BACKYARD BAYFRONT thing washable .cloud soft. Sta- 5Dif
\
Puf also eliminates "static cling" It McGrath Photography ww j. fCKNap....

...most fabrics dry wrinkle.free. Phone MI 2-3622 r rt I 1 _..
Buy Sta Put the next time you Prn. v l:: vyf

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WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Collier
CountyA
dent Johnson says he used to T
think he could spell, but his 16. meeting of persons Interest
year-old daughter has given him ed In forming a voluntary health
some qualms. association concerned with pro
He said Wednesday night that motlng better understanding ol
he knew such rules as placing diabetes will be held at 2 p.m. iI
''I'' before "E" except after Friday', March 6, at the Collier _IL
"C"' but his daughter corrected County Health Department, Government I d- 1 .: _
him. It's "I" after "C" as far Center, East Naples: ,4r'al
as she Is concerned. Dr. John Myers of the Naples ;
The President made this smlU Medical Center Mill be featured
ling reference to the new wa.y" speaker and will discuss the nature .
In which his daughter spells her of diabetes.
name It's Lucl, instead of Individuals who are known dlo.be .
Lucy, the name her parents tics and others who have or hada
gave her.Girls diabetic relative should Clndthls
meeting of vital importance to
Buggy Over them. Public health research has r s i a
demonstrated that many in.
Beatles, Run Away dhlduals may have various formsof
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Two this condition and because of
girls *uggy over the Beatles- lark of understanding fall to
had their dreams exterminated quaint their physicians to early
today. sjmptons. Also Individuals( who
With an album of Beatle records WORLD'S MOST BELOVED choir coming drive does not officially begin until have a history' of diabetes In their I
two bacon sandwichesand family should realize their potential k
to Naples Announcement that the March 9th will
two small cardboard boxes : Monday, they accept for developing the conditionIs -.-
Vienna Choir ((22 in number) checks for well renewal : A.V.V\S 1IOUKNCIIOOI _
of clothing, the girls-identified Boys new, as as 1 _
only as Fay, 14, and Dawn, 15- will headline the Naples Community memberships. Dues are $7,50 for a '

set slsslppl out from town for their Liverpool coastal,Mis Eng Concert Association's four-concert series adults, $3 for students. Patrons pay men Mrs. \ HAM IMXXK '

land.Fay for 1965 has caused heavy mail $45.00 and receive four memberships.Checks : / MAUCII Ji, ytMu

had drawn her life saVe from anxious music-lovers, who are should be made out to the betes /
ings of $289.07 from the bank at this
and with her friend planned to well aware that the demand for memo 1965 Naples Community Concert Association ing. ; :1.11393 1

get a Job In Washington. D.C.. berships far exceeds the limited seat- and either mailed to Com plans

to finance the rest of the trip. Ing capacity of the Naples Senior High munity Concerts, Post Office Box 494, will be i
short-
About 2,920 miles of
their goal to see the famed School Auditorium. Membership Co. Naples, Fla., or dropped off at the will

mop-haired singers, Mobile Police Chairmen Mrs. Henry B. Watkins, Jr., Bank of Naples, headquarters for the f741,1rIpiY ll
took them off the bus to and Mrs. John Pulling today stated membership drive For I "., ...... .oi.. .::... -

await ents. the arrival of their par. that even though the membership meetln ham din- bernard, general chairman, Mrs. MOM

talned Home and Kearns publicity, standing, Mrs Helen

Trinity WomenTo at the made this and Mrs, Allan DeLand
Visiting Here Bigley co-
LBJ Names 10 Women ToT Meet TuesdayThe away chairmen chairmen; and Mrs. Marie Rossi, ticket
Mr. and Mrs. Perce Beatty a.m.
I of Grosse Polnte, Mich. are Episcopal Churchwomell or A will be held chairman. Not present for the picture

visiting their children, the Trlnityby.theCove will hold the March 12, were committee members Mrs. Doyle
Government PostsWASHINGTON Thomas Burnettes of Sperling their regular meeting on and a Club. Shown Kopp, Mrs. Pat Zeller, Mrs. Connie
OD Lane. Tuesday, March 10, In the Parish vlded.
Mrs. Ann Henry and Mrs. Pat Aurit.
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(AP) Presl. The President also played cases turn out to have similar be purely psychological.
dent Johnson's surprise announcement again on what for him has be. Barrel Austin answers" "Husband and wife Just don't I
that he is appoint. come a recurrent theme -that A tblrd physician said symptoms'of like being near each other," he
ing 10 women to top governmentJobs he Intends to strive to raise the an allergy often may aid.
may have been prematurein status of women. -- _-.-- ---- .
at least one case. Taken by "Our determination to enlist Show Opens At Thurnd-y. March 5, Ml COLUKK COUNTY NEWS' 3
surprise, one appointee said she women in this administration is ,
Isn't sure she'll accept. no sporadic, election year objec. Another In the series of Impor.was logical that he should move )
"I really can't say anything live," the President declared."It tant art exhibitions open Fridayat across country to New York CityIn ) \: : FOR BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND
until I look Into it a little more," will be a continuing aim not the Harmon Gallery,1258 Third 1939. There he received his seum, I,
Virginia Mae Brown of Pliny because it is politic, but because Street South, in Naples. Paintingby first N. Y. one-man show at the INDIVIDUAL INVESTORSA -
W.Va., said Wednesday night it is sound" the noted American artist, Perls Galleries in 1940. His In. The
when told the President had said Given the setting, the Presi Darrel Austin, will remain on stant success resulted In Perls Is the 1, G. Edwards & Sons
he was naming her to the Inter,! dent's affirmation was not un ,
view bltlon ,
March artist's exclusive
through Thursday, becoming the ,,,
state Commerce Commission expected. But his list of 10 appointees 19. Austin has maintained an representative from that date The !,
"An appointment like that is a was. Amid applause he enviable position among the finest to the present time. Austin'sbiennial was Wishes to announce a Stock Market Course
very high honor for a woman ora reeled them otto and successful S artists tin will March 12,
most U. one.man New York ex. '' which commence on Thursday,
man." Mrs. Brown to be the first since his first one.man showat hlbitlons rated major eventson owner ,
are "Introduction Phase of Market
This To
Every Op
Johnson sprung his surpriseat woman member of the ICC. the Perls Galleries In New the American art scene. New |
a Women's National Press Pauline Tompkins, North York in 1940. Darrel and Margot Austin acquired Naples eration" Is offered by Ann Harvey and will be
Club dinner at which he pro Edgecomb, Maine, general director born in Wash. !,
He
was Raymond, a farm near Danbury,Con. of 10 weeks duration
sented Judge Anna M. Kross, of the American Association ington, July 25: 1907.< His father nect I cut, in 1944. The following Perls : |
of corrections of of Women to ,, Conducted week A. G. Edwards
commissioner University was an Inventor engineer who year their son Darrie was born. one evening a at
New York City, with the club's the Advisory Committee on Ed. moved his wife and child from They continue their talented &. Son's office at 643 5th Ave. South, in
first Eleanor Roosevelt Memori ucatlon and Cultural Affairs of Michigan to Portland, Oregon, careers from their farm home. tine a the Peppard Building The course is offered at
al Award. the State Department.
in 1909. Austin received his edu. .Austin Is now represented In a as 1
Mrs. Norman Chandler, wife cation through high school in that large number of the finest U.S. one only $25.00. Call ,
of the president of the Los An. He studied at Notre well The
Delta Nu city. art private collections as as
Group geles Times-Mirror Corp., to bea Dame and Columbia Universities:Abroad. Among the public:: Instl. on '
A. G. Edwards & Sons
member of the
Advisory Committee from 1926 through 1929. The Belgian tutlons in this country owning
Meets At Home to the U.S. Information painter Em lie Jaques was Austin's works are: The Metropolitan Is
Agency his favorite professor. In 1933 Museum of Art and the from At Ml 2-6128 For Full Details
'
India Edwards former vice
he married Margot Helser, now Museum of Modern Art in New are
Of Mrs. CapuanoMrs. chairman of the Democratic National quite famous for her children's York City, Museum of Fine Arts for
Committee, to be special books. Smith able
College Museum of Art
Jerry Capuano entertained consultant to the of
secretary One of Austin's first major Rochester Memorial Art Gallery,
14 members of Delta
labor on youth employment. commissions the murals and
was for Memorial
Phillips Art Gallery
Nu Chapter, of Beta Sigma Phi
White chief of
Katharine E. the Medical in known
College at the Unl. Washington, Los Angeles Coun.
at her home, 625 10th St. N.,
New Jersey's Garden State
verslty of in 1933. His Museum
Oregon ty Portland (Oregon)
Monday evening. Parkway, to an ambassadorship first major one.man show was at Art Museum, Pennsylvania Academy a
The meeting was called to the country to be designated the Putzel In of Fine
Gallery Los Ange. Arts In Phlladel. same
order by the president Mrs. later. les In 1938. Receiving some national phla, William Rockhill Nelson tions.
Miss Jane
Kenneth
Grondahl. Moll"S'i
Mary Keyserllng, economist, attention at that time, it Gallery of Art In Kansas City,
Householder read the previous to be director of the Women's
minutes and Mrs. Albert Stier Bureau in the Labor Depart.
gave the treasury report. ment.
Mrs. WUliam Marshall, chair Rose McKee, former newspaper
man of Ways and Means Commit. woman, to be director of
tee, Mrs. Donald Bennett, chair,! the Office of Public Information
man of the Nominating Committee of the Small Business Administration. .
and Miss Gene Beatty, .
chairman of the Membership Dr. Eleanor Poland, health
Committee, gave the reports of and housing researcher, to be !
their various activities. specialist on the research grants : .rL
Mrs. Ben Caruthers will be program of the Department of
hostess March 17th to Delta Nu Health, Education and Welfare.
Members and their guests at her Barbara Bolling, former wife
home 1092 llth St. N. of Rep. Richard Bolling, D.Mo., I rr
Mrs. Albert stier, and Mrs. to be special assistant to the
Gary Combs will present a pro. UJS. chief of protocol.
gram on "Pictures". Mrs. Herbert Stats, editor, to
be consultant to the U.s. Office 5
ir 4/1/
A wooden mallet is a handy
of Aging and coordinator of I
kitchen gadget: use if for flattening -
Senior Citizens Month in the Department .
chicken breasts (for( Chicken rrV
of Health, Educationand
I Kiev) or for veal (for Veal

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NEW YORK (APJumpingto learning something while we


Sometimes The Hand Is Quicker Than The EyeIf ..,.:. The conclusions rest of the academic In are bery.It .merely Indulging our snob-

world gets a secret pleasure is scarcity, not taste, that
::: .1.ii :- reading about a Harvard grad. often accounts for value. If
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the Johnson administration has an worked to undermine American Influence ..... .. ; A' ; .'>." uate who winds up on the caviar were two pounds for a

..;. Bowery.Few nickel and hot dogs sold for a
Achilles heel, It Is to be found in the among the NATO and common t gentlemen who still wear dollar an inch, frankfurters

field of foreign policy. The GOP It market countries, now moves contrary to garters rent love nests-or get would be the prize delicacy at

aware of this and, unless Johnson can American Policy In Southeast Asia, having divorces. The male garter today of the cocktail parties of the
divert attention from it will probably has become a great symbol wealthy and ladles would turn
recognized Red China and promoted caution and respectability. up their noses at the crass

make it a prime issue in the upcoming neutralism for disputed areas. And thisis a.NAM Firemen and schoolteachersdo sight of fish eggs and exclaim,

campaign. but a partial!! list of places around the more moonlighting than "Who can eat those gooey

Compared to any other nation of this world where U. S. interests and wishesare workers In any other fields.tired things?"
..r t Few things perk up a Youth is stirred to ecstasy bya
earth, the United States has overwhelming being openly opposed by bullets or 17 middle-aged: man more than to full moon; age likes to watch

economic, financial and military diplomacy.The have a tired, middle-aged waitress a sunrise and murmur to Itself,

power. How can It 'be then, that sucha United States is In the position of "Honey"in when a beanery she brings call him him "Well Whenever, made I it see again a child" strug.

great nation faces defeat or disasterof being unable to protect the governmentsof his bowl of vegetable soup. gllng to learn to walk, I always

one kind or another at practicallyevery other American countries from subversion __ People who start collecting want to advise it, "Take It easy
string usually are neither What's the rush? You'll
point where our interests are involved and revolution, sparked by Cuban thrifty nor stingy. They're real kid.find it's more trouble to get off

around the world? trained agents. Many of our Western ly just looking for something In those feet later than it Is to get

This Is a strange new circumstance, allies now move to step up trade and life The they've first man never to quite take found.off his on them now."

for always before in the history of nations extend credit to Castro's government, hat when a woman steps Into a town The are best those restaurants which are In any patronized

when a country found itself in a On the stage of International affairs, 'd4iN crowded office elevator immediately I by rich little old ladles

position of strength, it assumed a role the United States has practically no further + '-- i 1 1FRjrA every other makes man there enemies- but of dressed in black lamb or mink
furs. Good food Is one of the
of leadership, generally had a compellingvoice room for error. Time Is running out. not one In 10 has the moral most Important pleasures left

In world affairs, expected and What can be done about the situationIs courage to refrain from follow In their lives, and they have the
received log his foolish example of misplaced leisure to search out the best
respect. for
a matter widespread discussion In 1 courtesy.We .

Reactions of nations are governed by Washington and some answer must be IRRr'ite always feel superior when places.Wit .requires an audience. No.

men and It has been observed that men we see someone else reading
forthcoming in the not too distant future. with body ever said anything truly
little tall The United his lips moving But why? memorable in a revolving door.
are only boys grown The United States seems to be In After all, he's the one who's

States seems to be in a position similarto somewhat the same position as the ..

that of a little fellow in the first gnarled old prospector who endured the .r'ujp.

grade who finds disagreeable things most severe hardships for while
years
happening to him which wouldn't be he searched the deserts and mountainsfor ,-;.:< .... :. /" : !..-' ; :.:::::..::j : .tWlm .- Today In Washington I
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occurring had he not made the mistakeof gold. Finally he found a small mountain '' '. ". : ":": ;" ,. ..:.. : ., ?

backing down the first time before BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
of gold which would make him fantastically

the class bully. rich he -
so prepared to enjoy .

Britain has pledged to defend Malaysia the comforts and respect due a man of WASHINGTON (AP-In the :scans last tall, says Soviet grain

I presently threatened with war his wealth only to find that taxes, fair- news from Washington I I purchases in the West "illus.
\- The Warren Commission ,
U. S. aided Sukarno. I trace a kind of boldness and
by Friendly treat weather friends, and ill-health had _r+e held its first public willingness to admit mistakes."
ment and arms aid to India has alienated drained his fortune him "W"CRIPPLING"---
leaving
away blanket Testifying Wednesday beforea
ing on the part of council? Some by the passage of this
Pakistan, long a firm U. S. ally. Thailand, with no money, very few friends, and doubt may be engendered by the amendment hearing Wednesday of the assassination In Its Investigation House Foreign Affairs sub

once solid, is now vulnerable to com less respect than he had enjoyed as a BLOW action of council when one of the C. E. BIGGSNllpll'S of John F. Kennedy It aired ,committee In a kind of seminar
Editor, Collier County Newel recently elected members In. I on Soviet policy, Barghoorn
munist Infiltration. France having destitute testimony by a New York law-
prospector. quired of Mr. Carl Holbrook, representing 'said that In a sense the purchas.es .

.- .. ................,.....---." .,., .-.............,.., ,. ....', ,__.........,.........__ ..__'__'__ ,',._.. _A... A After pending approximately the telephone company yer questioning whether Lee are an admission of failureby
; :.:iiRJK! ; 'Y j::"> :: ; : $15,000 of the taxpayers' money would one be able to put through Harvey The Oswald was the killer.. Kremlin leaders.

: . ... .. for planning service of Harland a long distance call between 9 ORDERLY PROGRESS lawyer to Mark Lane the ,interests professed But, he added, the mistakes

Bartholomew Associates, City and 10 o'clock. Mr. Holbrook responded Editor Collier County News: of Oswald represent have been mainly blamed on
Council on Feb. 27 chose to ignore "Yes, if we get the Please change my address the charged with the discredited Stalin regime.
murder but shot to death in
suggestions! of the Associates' representative space for the needed equipment"The from the St. George Hotel to the

Mr. Robinson and in councilman, on that response! following the the assassination.Dallas jail two days.after AIRPORTS: Congress passedand

. . . . .. opposition to one negative vote of said "Then I am for the amend I've had to leave Florida for, Lane attempted to raise sent to President Johnson
OPMHMi Councilman Hoffman decided to ment. Is such an approach to business reasons and come to doubts as to whether Oswald Wednesday a bill continuing the
increase by amendment to the this serious problem a predicationupon New York for a year, but am was the sniper who killed Ken. federal airport development
original zoning ordinance an allowance the end results emanatingfrom planning on moving to Naples 1: program for three years andauthorizing
nedy. He
The Right Approach height of buildings from so frivolous a question or permanently next fall. produced news photographs $225 million to pay
A Special Art 30 feet to 50 feet limited to three conclusion? Sarely do enjoy reading The that of the assassinationscene for It.
he
Being modest Is the art of A good motorist should continue the storlrs. This amendment rovers Our mayor said In part that if News here in the north and not been "doctored" contended hade
encourag practice of his childhood and slightly undrr two miles of a full denied the bank's to obscure the
ing; people to find out what you'fe beta approach the we applicationthat the good and orderly progressof i: truth. PEACE CORPS Congress
modest .about. schoolhouse slowly. district and allows anywhere In they might leave Naples andw. Naples growth. The authorized Wednesday $115 million .
this district the erection of build.. would then be deprived of hearing doors were
the
E.J.
(AMI.) ENTERPKISI StartBrooklyn for the.
Peace Corps-the
MgeaertoctlTagELOT: ,
MADisojt .
u-Txui (N.C.) : opened without advance word ,
ings of the \ without t tkxes r. '
prescribed height derived from this Institution.
IIA"w""* -- ..-' a*;U'<, N. Y.People. after the full amount asked D)' the Johnson .
6ft -tr basic controls or regard for Is It conceivable from a commission began its administration.The .

the feelings of the people in this monetary and economic point of t.\i\:::\ \&#;;! l :: -M_;, usual Justice closed Earl session Warren with Chief authorization Is for the
Unhappy Endings An 11 onestVoman area in violation of the Integrityof view, Insofar as the bank is concerned presiding fiscal year beginning July 1.

the district, and to plant therein having established an enviable . House
. . F FAILURE passage by a voice
Dr
Jumping at conclusions seldom Induces When a woman tells you she won't bel6aPP1 a growth which could well position for the short timeit Frederick C. vote sent the measure to the
landings a minute, you can be sure she Is telling spread and destroy the neighborhood has boon in our city, would Barghoorn the Yale University President. The Senate had already .
-THE LIVINGSTON (MONT.) PARK the truth. make no drastic a change but In expert on Russia who was Imprisoned approved It.
COUNTY Np'1TilE DANVILLE (VA.) COMMERCIAL APPEALothers The impetus of this decision more likely establish a branch. as a spy by the Rus.
was so clearly defined that the If they. were denied the right to The News
consensus of the council was in- expand In their present location.
1 I dicative of a preconceived opinionin To propound such a prospect to .e..eeeeeeeee FUNNY BUSINESS

concept regardless 01( the clarity find justification for this decision

of Mr. Robinson's profound lacks perception in depth PRESS
say"ITEMS THE ASSOCIATED
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS coverage Notwithstanding intelligentapproach SYDNEY Australia (AP) s.
obviously did not approve in penepective by Councilman Hoffman "What IdnJ of country is this," Q.
the proposed change, as to the problem. I did not hear one screamed Miss Universe "1
such warning the council that voice of 'other council members "
will not have another needle.
Checking Out The HonestFor they should consider the esthetic offering any constructive reason That was the reactlonof beau.
effect on the appearance on surrounding for passage of this amendmentThe
ty leda Maria Vargas today .
queen
buildings, protect open- passage of this amendment
when she learned that she
whatever It may be worth, we prevent testimony .not long ago. He said he didn'l t ness, light and air, the green effort changing the original zoning ordinance couldn't tour Australia without

two pleasing bits of evidence that bother asking for identification from people This of encompassing Naples amendments acute will not effect have upon any the immediate area being vaccinated again.A .

virtues tend to run together. The first who wanted to pay for ther!' purchase emanates from the application of Involved. but like a malignant doctor at Sydney Airport I

comes from a Miami that makes by check. the First National Bank of Naples growth it will slowly develop and refused to accept a Brazilian s
company "People who like to work in their gardens ,. and the intcr-County Telephone spread into purulent decay so that certificate of vaccination.
Hags, bunting and pennants. This firm don't write bad checks he aid. Co. asking for increased heights the original Image of beautiful Miss Vargas, tired and Irritable

.iaya that in 15 years it never has received We conclude, with considerable satisfaction which as Councilman Hoffmann Naples will eventually only be remembered after a 30-hour flight from

a bad check from anyone buying an American ,. that those who love their said, Is a nibbling away of the as once a place of the United States, retorted "I'll
not have the needle and that's
flag.A and their home are also likely to be hon zoning laws which Is a dangerous: peace and serenity. The traumatic that." ,
garden store procedure, instead of stabilizing Injury to the healthy tissues of
similatI
operator gave est. S. Auguitln Reseed the growth of Naples. nature for mankind to enjoy wi'l' But an hour later she
Was there think have been struck blow emerged from the doctor's of.
long
'< '<'.' ..... .,',',,'any" "'''''''''',".range,,-., ... a crippling.... : .. .,.. s flee, rubbing her arm. .
> -
miJtbt:: rw1ll&,.,'. ..' j;, .. iSL.:: :": :"J'? ;' "I had to give In-and really This button lowers the teat and gets rid of those on
It did not hurt much," she told toffee breaks when I think "
; ; they've been her too !
long
Parking Meters Should Go .RAGES ,. A L T newsmen ... /,1. ...
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Free parking In downtown business the business outlook of the lon<<.es- ACROSS DEN MEAP t ITO I Poet Ogden Nash says he's wor \1I.s.s..DE.3.\ ]
tied because he doesn't
1. Man' 31 Cr see any
areas is becoming a proven asset tablished firms which have served m rllch.llllrr5l.. RC DOCTOR. young writers on the horizon.
a nm
to those who do business in that the residents of and visitors to the 6.g Fragrances 32: Municipal'i 5 "At the time we need U

section of cities throughout city for so We believe ] I most," he said, "I don't see I"
many many years. 12. :None gods Icy oniu'rri '
SCREAM 0 N anyone coming along that Is a 'l.f1- fuodwabout :
the'nation. that this should be one step which is 13. Second 33. Read /. Junior Miss
P 0 A. H 0 J U. e vE D writing humorist. ..... .. ;

Here, near at home, the City of taken now. telling carefully R N E. R E S TOR t In a speech at Pembroke College rtiquettr and grooming, .. ,
U Fawn 35. Tungle a intrrrtti.Q.
f o x
maintained huge Certainly free parking is of R G Nash said :
Hollywood has a one 16. :Name 37. In NAGS A L. L. t Y 1 '
City "Our writers all want to write \
stockpile of some 1,600 parking meters the big drawing cards to the shopping 17 Makes pies Michigan39.Journey S NEt .. L. t. A 5 t. Greek tragedy and televisionand ,! \,

in moth balls since 1962 when centers which are springing up 19 ferine SOLUTION OF YESTERDAYS PUZZLI advertising have snappedup I recently dieted away side ;

they were removed from the entire in every city in the nation. There Is 20 Twofold 42. Spud many bright young people more than 20 pounds and a first edges step ot take your all feet. As
:11. Very cold 44 Each because they pay more money now everyone I know keeps those
downtown business section on a room for both the shopping center 9. Paired ground down" heels to the
Mkinc how
24. Re\ 45. Less fresh 4. Competitor for their talents. Unfortunately, I dumped all that shoemaker for
trial basis. and the merchants of the downtown mistaken 46 Suiting 5. Tedious 10.1 In thefashion they also wear them out quickly weljhl. It's an embarrassing men! Then work a beauty on treat
business section. But of but I hope some of them ubjeet, and besides, how can them even keeping
These meters are now being offered cities should 25. Shine material trip I feel pretty when Remember, beauty
11. Ovule unscathed." everyone begins at
6. Land emerge your toes
not penalize those who have been 26. Bone DOWN keeps bringing because
fat
for sale signifying that the IS Ambassadors up my the way you walk affects
background
here a long time by requiring that 28. :Nickel. 1. I Droop measure NEW YORK (AP-Only last your entire carriage
officials and businessmen are A.
city 7. Change
'mhul 2. Possesj\e| Steep the subject if '
their patrons to park while e) 18 .1rcof60 month, an Associated Press re. you .JU made a resolution to
both satisfied that the removal of pay they 29 I Dull (finish pronoun 8. Fg>'pt. porter asked showman can If you can't, try a tarry out a complete beauty

the meters has had a good effect shop while free parking is availableat 30. Take a 3. Barometric underworld 20.degrees Cub scout Rose, four times a husband Billy, If ea.y.friendly Anyone quip. Maybe.with fabulous"It was skin program and I have my hair,
and
the businesss outlook. outlying shopping areas. llghllllul line Rod he planned to marry again will power and strength of Planned. makeup routines all
... upon unitI I don't have
e The removal of parking meters :21 Slit of Tell "I sure hope so," Rose re. character could have done it." particular' figure any
The trend to meterless, or free, from l J of S // a 7 J i "e 1/ I plied "I like girls" And try to remember that don t need to lose Problems. -
the area could so improve business // legend your transformation r gain
won't be '
rapidly over Wednesday night Rose dis- weicht. I swim
parking spreading that /1 | :23 ruinous the favorite subject and ski and
merchants forever
would be willing "J
closed that he generally
and Doris War. get Iota
the entire state .f Florida. Fort Lauderdale general Before 'Ling your friends will So do of e.erelte.
to spend large sums of money in nor Vldor 48, were married think of need t. schedule: reg.
you only
have N 15 25: Stuff as your our indoor
downtown merchants enlarging 7 ro Sunday at Rose's estate In Jamaica present graceful self exercise, too?
and their
faci-
improving 26. :Not In It\'lt A. Unless
.
removed B.WJ. you take
have them Q.
petitioned to All part in
lities, thus into the / 11 'e 27 Secret : my heel are sort 01 gym or outdoor
pouring city % /
only to be told that it is impossible., // ; Mrs. Rose is the daughter of ground dews at the outride an exercises on
treasury more additional taxes than agent motion picture mogul Harry edce. Does that mean there's unusually regular basis.
la 11 77 II ; you
tJ prObably
since the city has pledged the revenue the parking meter revenues amountto // 0 0 :l9.: Senile Warner and the widow of W.TI nfur01" with the cl.e than )'ou're need more. NOlh exer.getting. .,
the for of theeity' I 30 hone' Charles Vldor movie direc
from meters some lof l' t Z1 a log takes the place ot
obligations at the present time. /; | 31 Horse tor. A. Take a ltroU around the exercise right through regular

Regulated free parking shouldbe I' / li blanket room N tice how your weight' the month for good 1
Ja hy
falls
The Citizen believes that it's t/'l LOS ANGELES AP-8and. to the outside edge ,,f .It-ne' 11'.
(
given a fair trial here. The meters 32. Hunger for your free Now anyan Indispensable -

time for the City of Key West to take could be mothballed during the trial : // '//i JI p1<.' ;I 33. Tastes leader his wife Ray, Ann Connift Marie, ,47 49, ,Is for suing di. moat weight of Just the slightly shift. so your that beauty part program ot health and
toward re- 34 Hall bird welch u on the
this For
progressive step ( _
JJ JI z wore
JS"'; voice Inside "' '141"" re
your feel yore
energizing the downtown business period.We 0 36 War god His suit filed In difference Quite a ga41S;oar oe /"oi.
predict that the City of Key 1- Wednesday 'I.n" there If your gal fFoo-
'4 JJ 4' 4J 38 Devoured Los Angeles walk I is habit lag ftire., write lor she
charged cruelty.Conn1tt rather than
of the a
section city. West 0' fees hoehi.t
would also at future physical i
some 40 \\ ork Ps.ro..ffy
unitu asked the court to di. problem '40t course. Years : 'l.:7
.
Much discussion has been had date be advertising used parking 4J 0 H 41 auiUc: ride community property. The 'ou'vo to checked with your doctor sad miles rot year ..,, .

concerning methods of improving meters for sale frr solution ouple married in 1947 and sep. need to make c""entrate aurel. you just fy Yoret,.! Box;;i..P:::::
41 / | 43 tl'unl..t crated Tuesday the suit on keep. fyCfa4 Cor"I
said.
lag tho
Key West Citizen / weight off thoa out. ,...,}",

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Agency OpeningThe ;:% iLfrkx Caribbean Gardens

"Turneri" played a pro
minent part In today's formal op. .
ening of the Wood Chrysler.Ply.
mouth Agency, a new business
on '
the North Trail. ,;yFf "Bi" : rt. v :e.; ; ( : '(' _
Naples Mayor Archie Turner ni
was there to cut the ribbon to ; t ':

dent.mark the Don formal Turner,opening manager IncU of :uIwr1iiiIr + I: < APPRECIATES THE 'RECOGNITION > .

the new auto agency, looked on as I THAT THE GARDENS IS RECEIVING '" I i iY'
the mayor snipped the ribbon. j:4; ; l ,: ,

M"the Naples Minerva Community Turner, a Hospl.nurseat .r,, p AS A PRIME CREATOR OF TOURISM, j e

tal, drove out In a new car, be. + / :
Ing the first customer of the day. i... THE INDUSTRY THAT SUPPORTS OUR AREA ,
A review ofthe'-Turnerfamlly a
trees' revealed It wasn't a fame : : ,.:. 1
lly reunion, but Just a "happy __ ?
co-lncldence." y y

Seniors Shuffle 1

Tourney Enters \ /" "
Semifinal "fi ')
Round '

After two full days of action t' I
Monday and Wednesday the Sen. : ylb J
far Citizens'singles shuffleboard t .",
tournaments for men and women .. i1'j: .
have round.On advanced. Into the semifinal PRETTY AS A FLOWER Mrs. Lili end from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. Saturday, tf.

Friday at 2 p.m., the four Hinote is shown beside a beautiful March 14, Among the special awardsare
survivors In the men's tourna. Epindnedrum Cochleatum, one of the A.O.S, Show Trophy for the NR
;
ment will take to the Gambler )
exhibits be the most meritorious exhibit of orchids 25
Park shuffleboard courts. Aboutan many to displayed at 1 ,
hour and a half later, the "Orchids of Cape Coral" Show March square feet or more, two special t
finalists will play for the cham. 14 and 1 15 at this waterfront com awards for artistic merit, the Gulf

plonshlp.Frank Brewer, a member of munity. More than 70 awards will American Land Corporation award for 'I'I

the championship doubles team, be presented at the two-day pageant, the best Cattleya and the CongressInn .5
Is after a singles title as well sponsored by the city of Cape Coral. Trophy for the best Cattleya seed ._ _t (3
His semifinal
will be
opponent ling blooming for the first time. ,.
Steve Wllhelm. Entries may be registered from 1 1:00: a +t
Wesley Mlltner always a con. om until midnight Friday. March 13. .. ,.. "z f( f j JIg
tender in the Senior Citizens' i Community: concert;
tournaments, will meet Vincent -i- : ri
Seller In the other semifinal. -ID; ) Annuall\leeting k4 c
Seller eliminated Arthur Brae ; ; Set For Mar 14 toit
kett In the quarterfinal match.
Brackett teamed with Brewer to presidential primary vote. President Merrill' Boynton p 'r r'ro {t
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP .i
has announced that the annual
win the doubles championship two Televlslon-Radlo Writer He estimates that between the
weeks meeting, for the purpose of electing
ago candidates and the networks
,
NEW YORK AP-The "CBS
( ', .;1
Mrs. Charles Paris will be one Reports" program Wednesday about $2 million will be spent. officers and directors of 1I
of the finalists In the women's night was a careful account of The vote will be an interesting the 1965 Naples Community I
tournament, which resumes Mon. the frustrating hunt for the guidepost in a presidential year. Concert Association, will be ,"
day. Mrs. Paris will play the atomic submarine Thresher.The But unless the coverage is to held Saturday, April 14, In the N 1 i 1 F'r I ,y 1
winner of a semifinal match bet. ship sank last April 10 get practice for November, it auditorium of the Naples Sen- .. ,M t, v
ween Mrs. Vincent Seller'and about 250 miles north of Boston does seem the networks are going ior High School, Immediately ")
Mrs. W. W. WUson. with 129 officers and men to a tremendous amount of following this season's final -
aboard, 8,400 feet down In a expense and effort to report the concert, The Varel & BaUly
the Mat "dark balloting of 125,000 people, par. '
YOU silent and awkward Chanteurs de Paris. F' ,
for mobile world." ticularly when the final returns 'i
your .
All members of the 1956 ,...
bone on waterfront The story of the search will not be In before most view.
BEAUTIFULKELLY showed the almost Insurmountable ers, even those on the West Association are Invited to remain -
problems! unpredictabletides Coast, are asleep. for the meeting and meet
LAKE rough seas, enormous Lucille Ball, CBS now expects, the new officers and directors.
pressure and lack of vessels will be back next season in her
that can operate effectively at Monday night spot, after all. Naples Does
great depths. The comedienne's change of
G The point of the television mind about continuing her BYSUEREICHERTThanks
program was that the sinkinghad weekly show was caused by the to the wonderful response
forced a realization of how anticipated windup at season's to our car wash we can r..
LoU From little we know about the ocean end of ABC's "The Greatest now send some more money to
depths. Show on Earth." This would our orphan. It was such a
$995 up "The Legacy of the Thresher"was leave the studios of which she success that we hope to have 11
$100 down a fine program.A is president without a series on another one In the near future.
ItS per month newspaperman has'' returned the networks next season. Our thanks also go to the
from New Hampshire, owner of the Napls Esso station
.a.H.LUFFk. awestruck and puzzled by the Recommended tonight Perry for the use of his facilities.
Reel! Estate Broker lavish three-way network com Como show, NBC, 10.11,musical Starting next week jars will be
Stewart R. E. A Der. Co. petition in reporting next week's variety from New Orleans. distributed around town for donations r r
421 9th St., No' r a
to the support of our ,
Phone. MI J-2Z70 Thursday, March 5, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5 orphan. If you see one of our ,r 5La nl
Jars, pleas give something.A .
new probation committeewas
selected. The girls are
1 Sandy Shuart, Sue Reichert, May
Wilson and Kathy Hall. The job -
NOW of these girls is to keep an eye
on the members and If anyone IHurllmoblle
Incudlng themselves) Is caught flora and her Rascal the Rlllr
disgracing the club, she will be Iteterner
asked to resign This committee
LOWER CLOSING COSTS will go to any and all extent to ,
enforce the laws and bylaws, of :>
the Naples Does Club. -


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SAVINGS ft LOAN IS HAPPY TO BRING THE RESIDENTS Va ton pickup, A.1 condition .
OF NAPLES AREA . It is a source of pride with us that Caribbean Gardens draws so
new paint$1195 -
many visitors to the Naples area because we consider our home town

the most attractive place to live in all Florida. Those; who come along

Lower Financing Costs! 1959 CHEVROLETLWB way to visit The Gardens are sure to linger long enough to see

t Vt ton pickup, more of Naples. When they do, they inevitably become Neapolitans at

completely! overhauled heart. Many, in fact, decide to stay permanently. "t

$895 The person who visits the Gardens is generally one who appreciates r ;
does difference !
.. \vhereyou save make a beauty. This same individual, loving things beautiful, makes the

1959 CHEVROLETSWB ideal citizen for the Naples area which has so much of nature's best-

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come in and talk to one of our home loan specialists.) $895 home
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Get In Some Contact WorkNaples 1 x Beat RoyalsBy SPORTS ]


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1 High School's 1964 toot. in order to be ready for the fall.

ball team got In its first contact Morris is keeping Harris shapeby (t" THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . . . . . . . .
work of the spring yesterdayafternoon. letting him serve as manager "As far as I'm concerned,,
this spring
all overt"A
It's 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, March 5, 19 4I I
This Is the second week oft ;i" < supremely confident Red
t practice for Coach Jerry Morris' Gulfstream Opens Auerback sat back and lit a

boys. Previous practice sessions With Turnout cigar. His Boston Celtics had
Big
have been devoted to fun. just beaten off the onrushing

damentals running, blocking, MIAMI (AP') Gultst'reamPark Cincinnati Royals, 112.108, at *
I tackling, and learning plays. The off to' a rousing start, Boston Garden. s

squad will get in some more of. looked for a banner season dur. "That was the big one -

fenslve head-knocklng this week, ing the next 42 days to close out Wednesday night," Auerbachsaid.

then shift into defense next week. Florida's thoroughbred racing "Even it we lose at Cincinnati if--- ----- ..-

The week of March 16.20 will program. Thursday night, we'll
After a turnout of 22.180 In lead and
climax the annual spring practice still have a 2Vj game ;
with summery weather bet $1,842,925 we'll be hard to catch now"
an Intrasquad game
on the 10-race program, James M The Boston victory stretched
open to the public set for the ,
I night of March 20. This replac. Donn Sr., chairman the board 4 the Celtics' margin In the East. \

es the former varslty.senlors and the man who rescued this pktrw""".' ern Division of the National
seaside racing plant from the basketball Association to 31/2 .
game, which has been a problem r rust and weeds In the early Both teams have six
lit each and which games.
arranging year, 1940s optimism for PASSING I ON SKILL I Mel Herder, the Meta
I would be even more difficult this expressed new pitching coacn, correct games left In the regular sea.
year because of the small num. the 43>day meeting. the grip of rookie Carmine Lemma at training camp In St. Petersburg Fie The longtime son

t ber of graduating seniors. It was the second biggest Cleveland hurling ice and coach le known for his ability to help young pitching atplrante.Immokalee's The Celtics lowered their ma.
weekday crowd in Gulfstream glc number to four. Any combination .
I Morris started spring pray history and second biggest part. of four Boston victoriesor
tlce a week earlier than usual, mutucl take. Last year 19,150 Ellsworth Takes Royal defeats would give the

I and it will end a week earlier. turned out and wagered $1,721 Indians Top Honors In Celts their eighth consecutive

This will allow football play. 946 on a 10-race program. Eastern title. .
ers to get in plenty of work in i.f .
other
In
Big Cypress PlayPhil Wednesday night's \
1
track. Eke Out games Baltimore whipped New
j Learning plays is a bit more Vols Have Tough Road AheadNot Ellsworth copped first York 115.108 In a game marredby

complicated this spring than pre. 59-58 Victory honors in a "ball-sweep full a battle between the Knlcks'

viously. To make Naples' attack handicap tourney" staged yester. Tom Hoover and a Baltimore

more difficult to defense,Morris Over Florida that the opposition so tar the home court last Friday and day by the Big Cypress Men's fan. St. Louis turned back Los

has added variations of the"T" GAINESVILLE (AP) Free. has been a pushover, but the Saturday First the Indians trip. Golf Association. Ellsworthshot Angeles 110.105 and moved with.

I to diversify the standard single throw specialist Danny Shultz going gets even tougher for Im. ped favored Everglades, 67.63, 85.17.68 to win the honor. in two games of first place San

I wing displayed his marksmanshipwith mokalee's Indians as they com. and then swept past Alva 68. Jack Calhoun with 81.12.69 and Francisco In the Western Division. K
this weekend in the 49. Carl McDaniel with 84.15.69 tied .
pete regional
"It pair of foul shots In the
means the boys have had a
Frostproof won Its district for second place honors. C.T. ,.,
high school basketball tourna. Hoover and Terry Dischinger
\ to learn another complete sereIe. last six seconds Wednesday (
ment. tournament by beating Melbourne Lawson combining 83.13.70 was were ejected from the game for <.' ,, N, _
of plays," the coach point. night to give Tennessee a 59.58 I itv* 3.UH..nnn.nanitti >w. ** e
basketball Florida. Friday night they travel 64 Catholic by 20 points. Frost. third place winner. fighting in the last period and
victory
ed out. over
DurlneyesterdaY'.work, nation's 1964 free. miles to Lake Placid to meet proof competes mainly against Guest honors went to C. Strain as the 6.8 230-pound New York TEE TO S U D S Pro golfer Arnold Palmer gags it
there minimum of the
ShulU
was a con.
in the first of larger schools the Ridge area. with 89.17.72. Second guest prize center leaving the court he I
Frostproof was
fusion on the part of the play. throw champion, missed on game up In New York. he announces he has added a New York
the Region 4 Class C playoff Pelham will rely on the same was won by Dr. Bernard Marsho tangled with a fan, Henry A.
ers, despite the more complexotten.e. three other foul shots during the laundry and dry cleaning business to hit other enterprises
hard fought game which gave Frostproof has a good record this starting five he has employedall with 80.6.74.Ray Payne, 22.Payne .
I
Tennessee a tie with Georgia season, and Coach Frank Pel. season Harley Thomas and Jones with a sharp eye received emergency Off tournament during the PGA golf
Palmer Tees
More than 60 boys signed up Tech for second plaee in the ham's Indians will have to Bill Driver at forwards, Julian and a steady hand on the greens treatment in the Civic Center tour's first seven weeks In the

for football, and more than 40 Southeastern Conference season continue the tine play they show. Williams at center, and Lamar topped competition In the putting and was taken +o University In Pensacola Open West.

j are taking part in spring pray standings. ed In winning the district tour. Pollock and Jerry Rutledge at contest and won the honors taking Hospital for X.rays of an apparent The $30,000 tournament at
I tlce. Members of the 1963 team Rutledge led the Indians 30 strokes on the greens. Leo. broken
Florida led 32.28 at halftime nament last weekend. guards. nose. PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP- Pensacola Country Club Is the
are bigger than ever, and many If with 21 points against Ever. nard Elkins was second with 31 West Coast veteran "
but the Vols picked up the paceIn Immokalee gets by Frost. On the "I'm read to get going now, ninth stop of the 1964 PGA tour.
of them have shown quite a bit glades and Pollock had a fine strokes. Bob Pettit of the Hawks sank The'
the second half on the 23polnt proof Friday, the Indians will said Arnold Palmer as he pre Pensacola Open has at.
of Improvement this spring,Morris of Davis and 22 meet either Lake Placid or MI. 29-polnt night against Alva. two free throws with 12 seconds pared to tee off today in quest tracted one of the best fields In

said. Newcomers are most. performance scored Shultz. ami Beach St. Patrick in the re. Punta Gorda, which knocked off left to Insure the victory over of a third Pensacola Open Golf recent years, including Gary

ly from the Junior high, but there points Florida was by paced by Mont glonal final Saturday night The Naples and won its district tour. Clay Plans the Lakers after Los Angeles Championship. Player and Harold Kneece, who
t are some senior high boys out for nament drew Dunedin in the first closed to
Hlghley who had 21 markers. regional winner wlllgotoGalnes.vllle had one point. The 34.year.old Pennsylvaniaan were two shots back of PalmerIn
the first time too. The Galore ended the season along with three other ClassC round of the regional tourney at hasn't had such a lean sea. last year's tournament.
region winners for the state Dunedin. The Falcons are tough son since 1958. He hasn't scoreda
Tackle ,
I Bruce Harris a star. 12.10 overcall and 68 in SEC
50
found outlast ExhibitionWorld Players The Cleveland! Indian Kit into.
ter for two seasons and a solid playo finals. at home, as Naples victory in seven starts this *
performer both is not takeInr After winning only five out of year. Dunedin Is not as strong year, although he tied for thirdat (105 double plays liixt scuson."

part in spring years drills, He Ralph Kercheval, former foot. 15 games during the season Im. this season, but they still haven Take Part In Los Angeles and San Fran. The Yankee had the bent recordin :

underwent knee surgery recent. bill star, trains horses for financier mokalee got straightened out dur. lost to a Class A opponent cisco in January. In the last five the American League, ground

ly, and he will take it easy now Robert Lehman. ing district tournament play on since Naples beat them two years TourNEW seasons, he won at least one ing into only 91 twin killing.
in the quarterfinals Blind BogeyAbout
ago .
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YORK (AP) Cassius -

I Go North on U.S. 41 and turn left Henry Hagen Has Clay world says tour he in plans a month on taking or two a 50 players, Including I The ,(Dogs- At Bonita

I and may be gone for a year. members and guests, part Id- .. .
I it the Furniture +Building Stroke Lead In This would seem to confirm a pated In yesterday's regular

i.. VIIII Seniors TourneyTAMPA report that the newly crowned weekly Men's outing Golf Association of the Beach, com.Club' Mar How Betty, one ,of John not have to run Hirairut the big

heavyweight champion had Woods' ace sprinters, looms the liishnmn and Laredo Miss Mur
In blind boo
for honors a
petlng
(AP- Henry Hagenof flunked an Army pre.lnductlon pre-race favorite in tonight's: tea and should lulu home I the win
Ormond Beach nursed a psychological test.. It also indl. gey tourney. lured 10th race at the Bonita ncr
I stroke lead today going Into the cated that Sonny Listen may Wally McCune, treasurer of Springs\ ; dog track. It Is said by
the association chosen to
I second round vf the Florida Sen have to wait a long time for an. was the railbirtU, that this white and ENTRIES
draw numbers from the hat to
lors Golf Tournament. other shot at his conqueror. brindle girl could beat .
any greyhound First Gr.4. D S/"
determine winners. The first
. The-Gulf-Of-Mexico The 67.year.old retired stockbroker Clay said Wednesday that he at Bonita in a two dog race. R.p.t.c I BIS Arkio 7.J
to had number out of the hat, 73, pro. Flat Mac 10 My Vtl, IFlip
fired a 72 Wednesday taken the Army test at Bitty like to visit and that with Away 11 Foam Ring' IDinton
duced L. M. Brown and H. J.
edge Leon Slkes Jr., of Palm Coral Gables, Fla., Jan 24 but others in the field on her journey 7 Wilbtrt Hill \

I-{ COMPARE Beach and Dr. John Mercer of denied any knowledge of the Ankll 74 as the winners.winners around the oval. Tonight she does 5.5,54 Grid. C 5/11

Sarasota, who tied for second outcome. La"S fttFrmh RESULT IC'. Own Bt2 M.."''*.Co.t 4
Chip Bowl 1 Nip Hivoo 10
with 73s. .
Seagate's own private sundrenched white- Inverness fol. Whiteley, T. K. Montgomery, First T-lliM Quln. 1./ M,r.tory | B |.r t Sunday IAmplo
Bud Williams of Dimo' 7 Pinny Malono I
Oiwitt
I "Stop" Signs Mean STOP George Kelly and George Dun. Sammy (H) t 10 I 20 2 UArti.
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lowed with a 74. i ( |20 J SOPteotun
sand beach! *'.hotj11.. {SI) I.20 Third Or.d. M ""
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lop.Winners Quick Rm, ( I 2 Jon ." Miriclt SR.shomon
on a third draw of Second T-JliM OWn. 121.40 | Oiy .,.". 10
76 were Andy Anderson, Fred Weary H.,... (r) 7.68 440 210 Hickory Si,( 72 Stetls's lady IArnholt
COMPARE FLY NAPLESMIAMI Wlllard, Irv Sherwood, Tom Ab. T Gerrl Ihoppe Karl (4), )(If (40 100 140 I Alltr. I

bott, and O. L Stevens. Fourth Or.d. t t/ll
It announced the men'sssoctaUon Daily DiuW..., (I.I) $M 40 r R Frondo I Wirrick' I
Seagate's winding tree-lined streets and was P.rnin. 4 .lolly M..y 11C
i will sponsor on Third. T-Jl7t Quln. 11400 .,.y Mr' n Porky Pot t
> March 25 mixed foursome tourna. Litt, K...I, ((7e l II 00 4 10 100 N.pt' H'.y B' 72 Blordo Ion I
roads! C.rolyt K. Rocker (I II) 00' to
I New Year Round Daily Schedule ment, played under a four ball. Handsome Gambler (2)) 140 Filth Gtte. 0 III'
Sky Zombio I TV. Jay I
best ball arrangement Following
Chi.l ft. 12 In Par ]
Faith T-Ilii; Quln' HIM
Naples To Miami the tourney the association will Choir (IOC 100 460 140 Dream M.ker t 8.41. 7
COMPARESeagate's a cocktail party and a Un.tda (16) ) IO 160M B'way Skipper I South Llkt 10
I 7:45: A.M. Hi30 A.M. 3.45 P'.M.: sponsor .ciir ((2)) 40
dinner at the Beach Club 19th Sixth: Orid. E I/I
will start at FifthJt" ,II Quln. M740 B way Rock 10 JV i SitUr 4
large grassed lots on romantic Miami To Naples Hole. The party C.pt Tank (t) 760 120 2 M ["...n 7 Bitty,. M. IIntri
,
5:30: p.m., a spokesman said. Broidwiy Sronco ((7)) 110 4 00 / Sign' .l ] Bronio Coin I
I waterways! 9:00: A.M. 2.15. P.M. 5:00: P.M. Beach Club Pro Paul Bell con. r4.nws Metal l l (I) 2 (0 Din* D II Roc 'n. Rtd I

his series on how high Stvtnth Grads. C /U
tinulng ant T-40:17 '
Connections and Reservations to my point IM the world handicap players should tour the Bro.dw./ Strupi, (I) 1'2''Ir..IOI 40 Sty Bumblo 7.2 Cnu Chin IMiko
Nancy D.wtt. ((21 4 10 2 10 Roll I BB''. Rocktr 12Wttplrtf
COMPARESeagate's NAPLES AIRLINESNaples course, surveyed the 8th hole, N.ptun. i riirt/ ((5, 2 10 Tear s Ld., .. 10
a 500.yard par-5 dogleg right My Dos CNN I Spttktr Ytt 4

Airport Contours S Miami Airport layout, offered the following ad. Swwnh((1) T-11.11 420 Quln' 420 12100loom.r 210 Eighth" Cr.do C 1/"
I to left Top ( ) |10 10 110 N..t Doll I e.tOl Jo. 4
"Drive slightly
sensible NE vice s
building and zoning restrictions MI 2.3454 44811 left Rocks j".rO.aJ:( ) | 00E.fhlh Swift E.,,1. I Myinry Vit I
center and continue down the .'l' 1 tint 10
Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Cor *r. Lady C
City side of the fairway. Two wood T-IIII Quln 12200 Mutick May t 2 Ntvtr Ever I
I M.|"... (7)) 1040 410 120>
I shots and iron should enable tho Gumblm John (II) 110 100 Ninth Grads B i/ll
average golfer to reach the green. Nyby III I) 210 Shirlict 7 2 Nancy Ninon, 10
Anna LIlt I S"i.tor IM.r
COMPARE A par on this hole should not be Ninth T-11,M Quln. IM M Butterfly I Domain 4
too difficult." Portm.n (Si U 60 I 40 4 10 J. W. Dabbi I Ch..f P.....aa ITonth
for J'I But Client, (u) 400 2 M
his "tips
Bell continuing G."nbl. Soy to I) 1720Tmth 0,ad. A I/ll
suggested care on the Saliiad I Coopar Vania. t
Seagate's beach-front community club house golfers, .
feet T-Jl:n Mar How Sty I 2 Navaco ') ,
the are
J J w's "Irithmin I2i' ..t'nlJ4o Biackad Rotay I Mr Echo 7.2
with showers lockers barbecues nootedraggedncausure the spikesto L.r.do Mot M.r (7)) 210 2M Wh,'try D.'Ire"k'i Red 12
complete
W..h. CNN (I) 110
scuff the turf. "This care. Elavanth Grada C I/I
J lessness makes it tough on the Eleventh T-l*.M Quln HI SO Pnrl.cn' 1 Dowpon. 11
for exclusive of residents and .
use guests he said. Shy Co.d (2t| 11 to 420 140 Gold "...t S B way Tiny, 7 t
following players, B.,' Phony (III I 100 *n carrel Carrol I A Mystery" I
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Jaycee Minstrel- Opens Tonight"A Naples Bridget1.\\ i ;: ,1 r Bob Adams Writes Again, : ; I



6v Rv FR.\'iK:' OTTEr ....

,aeY,........ a....4PARTIALS ,.. .. ,,. .1o J .
9 This Time For The Library
J IMPORTANTLast a ruff by South. Fortunately,
Arthur realizing E-W started .
West vulnerable. EastIs with seven Diamonds, and Among many contributions to In the Intervening years as &
dealer. the fund drive for a new head college Instructor and United .
with a 5-card Diamond over- States Patent Office
quarters building for the Collier examiner,
NORTH call by North also expectsthe '"1 County Public Library system Is poetry became only a sporadic
S A
M-0- r43 ruff and so ducks to save r ; ifr t a campaign poem by Naples own Interest with Adams, but hU
c-jr D 0 J I 4 I his Diamond King for a later poet laureate, Robert E. Adams. poetic spirit remained strong
WEST ; t LASTHIt play \\'hen South ruffs, Adams has been writing poems In Naples,after his retirement,
S-0,11 -K 1e2I t t this play proves to be the keyto about Naples almost from his that spirit found release and volume
I I M-A a successful contract. SouthIs arrival here 12 years ago. Ills followed volume of poems
0 A 10 aa t I
O-K
C-A 14 C-4 t now in the lead and plays : love affair" with the city wasa which extol) all conceivable facetsof
SOUTH his Club-King to show North 4 vv r sudden thing, since he was Neapolitan scenery and life.
S-J 172 Adams states that the
negotiating to buy his house 20 present
that he has of
a
Kple/S top sequenceIn minutes after he came beret library has served him well in
C this suit. Dummy takes with '''the for
.. His first booklet of collected past reference work need.
The above illustrates Board the Ace. -- poems was published In 1903, ed to complete various portions
6 played at the NODe on Jan- Arthur now clears up the FRANK CLAYTONClayton when h. was class poet for the of his writings, and that he Is
uary 17. Eleven E-W teams Spade trump suit In two leads, graduating class of Greenville looking forward to using the new
contested this. But only Arthur leaves two good trump In his Named College Illinois. building the near future.
East hand. North discards
Eraikett In
partnership with
t Club-Jack and Heart3.. ThenArthurtakestheDlamondKlng
Teas Hearth (according to the Vice CommodoreOf "Collier County Library"
,
traveling score)appears tohave
handled the challenge correctly. surrenders a Club lead to Council Lift gates, Oh people) .
South's Queen. South follows up Club up your ye
They pushed to THREE
with a good Club-10 which Is To truth and knowledge build a shrinel '
and Frank of
SPADES although several Clayton, a member
trumped. The next play Is the Build it lofty wide and handsome
other Pairs went to TWO the Naples Yacht Club and the ;
SPADES (Just make It), Arthur Ace and King of Hearts followed Naples Coast Guard Auxiliary, In strength and beauty, let It shine
--
by trumping Dummy's Dia- has been elected vicecommodoreof :
GOOD MAN U hard to FAR CRY from "DING DONG DADDY" U played with exceptional skillto
bossing
canttruction the mond 10,surrenders the final the Florida West Coast Yacht Build for the and the future
assure present
THREE bid
I find" tings songbird ;
Beth Ma vocalist G. A. Scotl'a
Job num.
company
Club has
Heart trick it been
to South's Jack, Council BIle
Mortland regular job Doug Jo... bar given with much gusto for 140 and top In match points. makes THREE SPADES, 140 nourxed( by Dr. John Vance of Now Is the time to make the start.

kings "That Sentimental Gen in Jaycee show. THE for an excellent topi Sarasota, council commodore. Let each one share the burden .

tleman." BIDDING As you go over this play It The council is comprised of And each one do his humble part.
C.Dislcr' a W N 16 yacht clubs on lorlJa's West I
Pass P.ll 1C ID seems obvious that right from
'IS PAID IS PassPn.l the Stan, a 3-Spade contractIs Coast and two on the East Coast. Build to serve all our people, .
3S )
L In the bag. How come Youth and aged, far and near.
Arthur Brackett! was playingat then that New Pay Roll
the other E-W Spade Stock the shelves with tomes and volumes,
East and Ted Hearth at
bidders who stopped at TWO Rates Go Into
To be
West. The bidding was rou- perused with joy and cheer.
SPADES failed to make that
tine except Arthur seems a bit vital extra trick The answer Effect Today Make our library of '
fr daring to on hoping for a source pleasure,
carry
L r appears to he in an East play WASHINGTON (AP) The
game. Reason: It should be One to serve our long felt needs,
up to the Spade-Queen which Is taxpayer feels the first direct
borne In mind that a third hand A boon to culture, a lasting treasure
effects of and
captured by North's SpadeAceand the tax rut today,
opening can be weak. Nonetheless that administration officials\ believehis That will
_zwts M leaves South with an inspire brave noble deeds.
It was the play which eventual good Spade-J ack.As Is response will demonstrate anew '.

makes this exceptional and wor- always so unfortunately true governmental tool for con. Thanks to one good generous patron, .

thy of reviewing.The some over bold players wentto trolling the economy A lovely site has been supplied
;
play goes like this -- The reduction In taxes Is re.
a and only like this can the FOUR spades and each were troactlve to New dear's Day but Now let others raise a structure
f r set two for a bottom tie. Moral
: new lower pay roll withholding That will
THREE SPADE bid be made: promote our civic pride
South leads the singleton Dia- It doesn't pay to overbid In Dup rates becomes effective for the
licate. As quickly as you note first time today Let March forth
mond 7. Dummy takes with us now to victory!
there Is little chance for Most workers will note only a
game
the Ace and then Arthur Let all take
stand
plays us now our !
stop the bidding at the lowest slight Increase In their pay.
the trurnp-5 over to his Spade- possible denominator. For In- checks about $1 to $3: a week. So that Collier County Library

tirl ww King. Of course when North stance In the above Board 8 Others will get much more, with Will be the finest in the land. '
takes with the Ace, declarer the total coming to about $800 \
Illustration a TWO SPADE bid
plays a low Spade. North million a month.
Is Just as good as a THREE Robert E. Adams
now In the lead plays his small Most economists believe this _._ __._.__ .
... of u ---
SPADE call provided Increased amount avallatle for
Diamond 4 In anticipation of
course you play the hand with consumer spending will
providea
CALL TilE NEWS FOR skill and make three ... as did significant and steadily In. [[LReadfhe Want TAdI.I. I

RUBBER STAMPS Arthur Bracken. creasing spur to business over
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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday. March 5. 1964

.
es of 215 and 200, Bud Hogue han was the expert with the 3.
ry 215, O.B. Osceola 210, Gene 7.10.
d, y t ar / Tessler 203, Rex Polly, Paul PALMETTO Leading the lea.
Schmidt and Tex Kaverman 193. gue with a 558.209 was Edna
PITTMAN CLASSIC Buck Simpson. Shirley Johnson list
Perry took the honors as he roll. ed a 533.191, Jo Wlckham 501.
ed games of 208.213 and 212 191, Gert Dunn 493, Doris Turn.er .
for a 633 set. Don Elgle total. 467, and Lit Peters453. Mary
ed a 594 with highs of 213 and Armbrust reached a lone 171,

'' Yr t s 4'r. 202. D.J. Salmon posted a 589 Kay Bernard and Lucille Lord
., 200.224, Jim Croak 588.241,
r e e ,i ik 472. Bud Hogue recorded a lone
1 Fred Pauly 577.226, Bill Keel. 196, Bob Steele Sr. and Tommy
ing 572.210.200 and Pete Whidden Provenzano 193, Tex Kaverman
565.205. Carl Armbrust posteda 192, William Jones 191 and
202 singleton, Bud Hogue 201,
Jimmy Gibbs 190. Marge Sea.
srsa Hubie Hart 200 and Gus Sea. berg 186
produced a solitary ,
"6' berg 190.ROCK. Juanita Snyder 185,Vera Zwicker
yf. I 'N BOWLERS Make 171, Bill Gill 169, Eva Hogue
up. Golden Anchor and Carousel 164, Marla Hatchet 167, Helen

., ilL split 22. Peggy Dunsmore witha Reeves 158, Inga Gill 154, Pat
; ; 131 Average was high for Eggleston 156, Hermlne Huber
i. the Anchor with a 511197. Car. 165, Dorothy White 14Wwiceand(
: 1 1.I. ousel's high was Eva Hogue witha Flo Provenzano 138.
'.I.11., 472.160. Other nice games

..... were rolled by Bessie Combs Bowling StandingsTRAIL
173 and Clara Garvln 87 av.
THE JUNIOR BOWLERS of Naples attracted statewide 113. BOWLERS PL

f. N s'4 ,a r attention last week by winning the state champion. POWDER up game PUFF) Sue(Link Includingmake was Builders Furniture Mart Fair 43 39 26 30

ship in both the Girls and Boys divisions of the Bowl- the head gal with a 490.180. M. L. V. Shields 36 33

ing Proprietors Ass'n. of Florida State Tournament Snivel and Mary Hatcher reach Hatcher Const. 35 34
ed 465 sets M. using a 166 Cove 35 34
Crayton Lndry
More than 10,000 junior bowlers entered the annual
high and Mary 162. Shirley King Insurance 34 35
event and the two teams representing Brookside Glasser listed a 458. Bebe
Bon. Spr. Bus. Men 31 38
Bowl captured the honors for Naples. Pictured from Moog came thru with a single Pine Lanes 31 38
175 Wanda Jones and
171 the
left to right on the girls team are: Ann Scott, Kathy 3.7.10, Katherine Spotts 171 and Tamlaml Tire 31 38

Repass, Pam Bell, Barbara Sorensen and Suzy Fortin. r Fay Hatcher 167. Inga Gill registered Bonita Mets 30 39

On the obys team are: Jerry Davis, Jim Sheets, Eric a 163, M, Lanza 156.
twice, Marie Erickson 155, Bar. PITTMAN CLASSIC PL
Daniels, Brendan Haynes and Danny Mullms.EGLEB'S bara Collins 160BettyGeltzl62, L.V. Shields 62 34

l M. Seaberg 160.155 and the 2. Jones Radio 62 38
7, TUlle Davis! 161.159. Ruth Michigan Homes 57 43

Dodge was also a marksmanwith Klng Insurance 4911l 461/2
the 2.7.10.
.. Hogues Fish Camp 50 50
BANTAM Scoring honors
_, MARION SORENSEN went to Gary Wilson with a 320. Keeling Appliance 48 52

OR N RB I .- 163. Paul Castenlr made a 286. ##7 35 65

. . 146, Dennis Hatcher 232 Sally ###3 321/2 671/2
. . . .1 V. SHIELDS new city sin'
Wood took the honors for the Postponed
v 1- bowling champion is pie girls as she reached a 201.
r tl: rl with hi. and ch cki
trophy t
I 107. Kathy Boynton rolled a nice HIS 'N HERS PL
received for his first prize Ithe i 111, Spencer Drake 119, Billy 53 25
Gals! Don't that cost NWBA t Volkswagon
forget blared ; $3.00. Tournamen ,
Hatcher 101 and Becky Steele 102.
< Singles event and third plar.L Model T's 52 26
circle you have on your Awards will be presented at ths L
HIS 'N HERS Alton Hatcher
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In the AH Events. The bowling,
calendar around the date of March Ferrari 45 33
I time. You do NOT have to at gwith a 572.201 led the league for
THE WINNERS of the City Champion. and a paid entry to the association 16. This Is the NWBA Annual tend the dinner to come to th; championships were held recently .' the men. Gus Seaberg tallied Tin Lizzies 42 36
meeting. Time 8:30; place; meeting 1 at Brookside Bowl with 8 0(I' 562.204 and converted the 3.7 Olds 42 36
I, ship team title are pictured with their tournament in Port Charlotte left Moorings Club ,.
are Country
; purpose; The Junior teams at Brook entries in this division. twice. For the fair sex it was Valiant 38 40
I trophies. The Yahl Bros. Disposal team to rights: Pee Wee Browning, O. B. Election of officers and other side Bowl won the State BPA Lll Miller with a 555.193, Ethel T-Blrd 38 40

t bested 33 other teams in winning the Osceola, Rich Yahl, Mike Yahl! and business of pertaining to the man. Championship and they were presented Jones 488 and Mary Jo Gibbs Maxwell 38 40
the
agement association.The .
crown. Members of the team that took Don Blankenshlp dinner will be at 7:30 with their trophies thii a were: Ann Scott 385, Pam Dell with a 575214. Harry Clouser Rambler 38 40
past week. 421, Suzy Fortin 433, Kathy Re. posted a 561.200. Francis Hall 37 41
home the $90 first prize, plus trophies prior to the meeting and will 1 Members of the Girls tear 11 pass 336. and Barbara Sorensen and Jim Croak had identical Corvette Sting Ray 36 42

S43. Team total w.hdcp 3066. 555's, Francis using two I94's Stutz 29 49
The boys team consisted of: and Jim a 190 tor their high Caddies 29 49
Brendon Haynes 485, Jim Sheets game. Bill Rans fired a lone
28 50
Falrlane
516, Jerry Davis 490, Danny 235, George Taglarls 212, Den.
ORMANCEWINNERS..DRIVE'EM ,Mulllns 557 and Eric Daniels nls Salmon 211, Fred Hillman
:414. Team total w.hdcp 3113. 198, Glen Lange 197, Bud Has. TWIN COUNTY BB
Barbara Sorensen blasted singer 195, 11.5. Overhultz 194, Moons Masonry 69 41
I games of 212, 110 and 221 for Hub Rans 191, Ralph McKirU Gulf Coast Motors 56 44
mat oprwmm mm tmm. mmmmm m mm mlm mmt mfm her 543 series and has receiveda Brunk Miller Ins. 55 45

200 single and 500 series Climate Key To Fagers Roof Coating 54 46
patch from AJBC. A trophy will Sunshine HardwareSI 1/2 481/2
also come from AJBC for her The Good Life
Bibbees Mkt 51 1/2 481/2
221 The guns.18 Naples Floor Cov.481/2 511/2
fame tournament at Declares Reiner
First Fla. Res. 45 55
Brookside was won by Gilbert
Sorensen. Second place went to "The secret of pleasurable Rices Clippers 401/2 59 1/2

1 Benny Vaughn; third, Paul Wick, Florida living Is to take advan. Vitro Services 39 61
ham; and fourth,DonnleChesser, tage of Florida's year.round ell.
"
states architect Jan Relener
mate. PALMETTO BB
At Pine Lanes the 12-game
of St. who has
Petersburg,
tournament was won by Harry Johns Clothing 651/2 341/2
Sauchelll with second place be. Just published, an enlarged editionof Furniture Fair 54 46
1 his Florida Homes magazine.
ing taken by Jim Croak and third Reiner is known to readers of Bon. Spr. Spa 48 52
going to Gene Tessler. Corwin Shells 47 53
this through his house
newspaper
The weekend at Pine
sweeper 45 55
plans which have appeared dur. Dorothys
Lanes was won by Mike Van
trig the past five years. Tropics Drive In 401/2 591/2
Hall with Francis and Lucille
Like the previous Issues, this
Lord taking[ second and third,
respectively. edition contains a collection of ROLLING BROOKS MIXED BB
78 "down-to- arth" house plans Gordon River 60 40

BROOKSIDE BOWL aimed at budget.mindedfamilies. Palm River 56 1/2 431/2
TWIN COUNTY .Outstanding All homes are slab.on.grade masonry Henderson Creek 561/2 431/2
structures with airy
was Leon Snyder with games of New River 54 46
207 and 206 high for a 578 ser rooms, high ceilings, large win. Marco Pass 51 49
dows and one o. two screened
ies. Not far behind was Rae Babblers 50 50
Hendrix with a 576.204.208 and porches. The designs range In
Caxambas 48
right behind him was Ben Vaughn size from a low.cost and narrow Cats 52
Rookery Bay 46 1/2 531/2;
164, Nancy Bennet and Nona L one bedroom retirement home
to a deluxe four-bedroom family Horse Creek 44 56
Ellis 160, Chris Hatcher 155 and
Ruth Campbell, Patti DozzlelSS,, type home. Some plans are especially Shark River 33 1/4 661/2
Chris designed for narrow but
BANTAM KITTENS -
Gillesple was the star with a deep lots, and other for larger SEASHELL MIXED BB
256.141. Linda Lange reacheda lots with features landscaped Coquina 59 1/2 36 1/2
250 set. Terry Kllngler post. patios, lanals and reflection Kings Crown 53 43

ed a 211 and the 5.8.10. Terry pools. Conchs 52 44

raham a nice 107 single. Junonla 47 49
The shrine of Abu Simhil in
BANTAM PUPPIES Star was Panama Rollers 46 50
ohn Abbott with a 298.158, Mike the Nile Valley was built 3,200
'tacey 293.147 and Albert Fortin years ago out of a rocky cliffside Angel Wings 451/2 501/2
rrL 259. Bill Bowes and Skip Geltz for the god-king Pharoh Ramcv Sea Horses 42 54
tea II. Sand Dollars 39 57
239, Chris Yanson 236, Reggie
Lord 231. Craig Mason tossed
its first 100 game right on the
lose. Greg Mitchell and Eddie COMING TO NAPLES!
Dorsey had 106 loners, David
Loach 118, Glen Roark 112Chrls
Croak 105, John Kllngler 127, MARCH 10
Jewey Worklnger 111 and Danny
rack 123.JUNIOR. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM AT 8 P.M.

MIXED. For the boy
Kids Matinee At 4 P.M.
)anny Mulllns scored with 529.
231. Susie Fortin was high for Adults $1.25 Children SOc

t4 IY* ,'!vl Mgti tr"r the girls with a 446.182. Bren.
U. i ; don Haynes tossed a 181 single Tickets may be purchased at Naples Floor Coverings .
Jim Sheets 173, Larry Lee 168,
from .
: Brunk-Miller Insurance or any Kiwanis
Eric Daniels 151. Sonja Starling
reached a 150, BarbaraSorensen member.
141 and Ann Scott 155.

SEA SHELL MIXED -TheTa1oented -3 .
ones were Tom Thomas

with 577.208 for the men and r'
Elouise Williams 496.180 fur the a
I women. Ed. Harroun totaled a
575.207, Arvlll Holland 560.228
tp .t and T. Sentovich 550.207. Haze!I

Abrahamson tossed a 479.168 r
Joanne Mandeville 457. Melb;a

r0AP. Cornell fired a lone 201, Gert
Dunn 190, Marge Thomas 180,

COME DISCOVER A NEW BREED OF FORDS Wanda Rice 177, Katie Stull 172,
How Ford racing helps bring you Mary Harroun 171 and Ann Davl a

a better car: Automotive engi 168.ROLLING BROOKS MIXED
-
Fords enjoying one of the greatest winning streaks neers will tell you the track is a Charlie Rice and Jim Croak pro. ,,Y OIDgH

in racing history-outscoring competition almost 2 to 1 valuable laboratory. For example, lured 568 series, Charlie usinga
212 single and Jim a 210.
in NASCAR-sanctioned stock-car alone I I! Ford racing has! led to a better Harry Clouser tallied a 551 with

racing : block, improved pistons, improved a 213. For the "Brookettts' Mqi
And that's only one aspect of the exciting big change in Ford! valve train, stronger connecting Jerl Jerabek posted a 505.171, ::11:
H.I i pME
You just have to drive one yourself to discover how silently rods and bolts Such improvements Abrahamson Marg Miltner 486.171.496.186 and Al T I: .in l ; T

a Ford rides, how deftly I it handles, i I how+ eagerly it responds I! in contribute your everyday to total drying! performance !!' fired 182, Ann a Follls 203 loner 173,, Faye Mae Rimes Grnl IUSf Hs

Why not take that drive soon? 172 and Ruby Und 165. Rita
Jurek rolled a 1G4: single Jean Y
Hyder 162, Ruby Riner 158,KathJ

TEST-DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S Croak 121. 154 and Hilda Tatu a nlci ,eti.r


PINE LANES
TRAIL BOWLERS Wes Hen,

COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc. son blasted out a 004 series us.ing .
I games of 244 and 200 to lead
he league. Bill Keeling record.d .
680 Tamlaml Trail No. Phone MI 2.5154 a 575.218 and Ed Belavek 560.
h. Hurt .1 f SparkllM hlert.I....' tar tie WbU lady
l If You',. l"t"ut.A |In An A.I Used Cor Be Sure To See Your Ford Dtp' :._ __ 25. Willie Huber produced pm.



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''I Thursday March 5. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

,. off-boat travel topics .
A typewriter and table are

ea. UJUY tecteZ ; S C Fred Goddard needed, and anyone wishing to

Ina donate these, which are tax: de
Wins FellowshipFor


St.01.rn. aCIAI.IRED( SECTION[ lrS.RESUI't J I 1tap1a Homd More Study ductlble Ml Contributions 2.3211., may call to the the American office .


try Frederick Owen Goddard a Cancer Society may be mailed to

71, 1936: graduate of Naples Senior P.O. Box 823, or any Information -

)rd High School, has been awarded regarding theSoclety may be

a fellowship for advanced study obtained by calling the office.
>ne By Anne L. Bowes by' the Woodrow Wilson National.

ny DAIIY DEADLINE1 10 AM DOyOPPb" lIdwa\\ Fellowshlo Foundation. The an.

aid an USE. THE CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY," DEADtlNJ 1Q AM Fnday noimcement; 'was made''In a news Your Merc dealer

release from Princeton' N.J.,
_ __ _ ______ __ _ _ 2-2107 ,.". -- founds
'a.6l -B- the home office of the
"Mp' i4 tlon. invites you to

er .Announcement 23-Misc. For Sale 48-Apts. For Rent 58-Lots For Salel"tlu.t".1 1/\ The fellowships: awarded \ early -

ueen I are to iml\ersit) graduates
Loll on Rude Road
4 I 50 x 14 good WW tires" Furnished bedroom apartment h Mi' E of Airport toned C J \ planning advanced stud to enter
'at STUDIO GiRL COSMETICSFor for 82$. Ne recapt. no cutt noo huge I living room kitchen'
Studio Gift c:=.t'W' ull >fectt. 1401 Creech: Rd. tH 4 beth. Ml J.3691, 2/2Stf 100' i 300'. |2,SOO with. terms. the college teai'hlng field. OmgoreMere's

er Ml 220SS. Order 21" Zenith Contole. ISO 10th St Modern I bed porn uxlurn.slt'. Trail Acre Lots SO' x ISO The tens release stated: "Our

nd -LA""ZA'iiEiTy SALON:: No. after I p.m. 3/51 .d APARTMENT mitle Complete S67$. SSOOdr>.. bal 111 per mo awards go to college students

IttS E. Tamiaml T't,1,l blichan, BY Near SEASON c"O and YtA oh.,: Dick, Hill Broker In lertalu graduate fields, prln.

Midway. 1 667' 26-Personal fit Ith..Ays.. So. MI I ,..uuu.h.d Office, at the Hilhoute, Co Ipallv in the humanities and sc.
i Ml 24303
; Effcencies. sa for 2/13tftth 'Ial sdemos. A candidate Is
Boars-Motors-Acces.. RUBBER STAMPS that March UO per mo. thereafter.The .
Judged i ii his college record the
,
make DUPREE APTS. 2S9 t i'S in Naples Park Term
; a rood imprtmon. Francis Ave So.. E Naples (off low a* recommendations: of his college: high-strength
) YACHT BROKERAGE Any site. Quick MITICI. Shadowltwn Drive) J/3tf_ Ml: 2..m doo'MfIHo''oEn: : professors, his own statement
sings. MI 2 23453Itftths
I Complete Naple. LittmgtFin Collier County NEWS. Kitchenette Apt. Cell Ml 1"1I2 )r Ills\ Intt'IIt'<'hlllntHt'sts. and

Inboard Boat From 20' ANONYMOUS' 313 _ and
fit alI Interview
ALCOHOLICS 135' Park. through an con.dn design
. Bob Martin, MI2 37*7 50' 5 lot 'in Naples
Brun*.Smith Chrit Craft Valet Men Women with drinkingprobiemt 'tTfo" apartment l07th Avenue ItS bl..... west. 01 I :ted in a' panel of college
*. cable lire-
. Cell Ml I 2770 Meeting open Trail across front Kingdom Hail
Tuesdays and Fndayt I 30m piece: day; week or month. Church Itt ISOO g.tt ,t. Inquire I Iacroes tea ners.
SPECIAL 0 Cttlege First eR.ot Jl47 Washington Av.. MI 2.2552.: the street fom chuch. "Ills high school and his Inspiring constructionwith

! 19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby"run Church 3/Ut 3/Ut high K'hoot teachers may
-
about, twin 40 HP DON'T BUY OR RENT MuTti-TiWiTlof: SSa ISO Good well\ hue prepared him for this
UNTIL YOU SEE .
,
Professional location Reasonable Ml I 2 3544eveningt
Service
Johnson motors with only YANKEE'S LANDING 2/27tht d.1).ut) 1II\ his own achieve, any

15 hrs since new. 2 18 waterfront Exciting' unusual Coop on diffarentl Chepeke, .A NICE LOTS ON MORNING- ATOP I 11 300-foot Volcano Irazu a magnificent spac- ments\ through the Intervening

'In..ome Tao A.tu" P"'C Ave. 'In Oytter Bay. See It SIDE DRIVE. NORTH NA. ears since high school
irsl. gas Unks nil control by Mae Walton. former lao today or call Burton Brot. PLES. 100 X US' Ml {.473133.8t tacle of grim craters and lava lakes can be seen. upon
contullant for Little River which he then Is Judged. competitor'soutboard
Ta
wheel "Rocket" trail. 22128. After hour 2 3937. 3/5tf _
4
etc. _
Caribbean
the
Service 01 Miami Call Mld*a> r Beyond, the land falls away towards The news release said! also that
71' .
complete package 2-2270 for appointment Stewart x 100' Hom.sile I blockt
cr Real Eitate. Office. 421 I ,tr to beach 3rd Ave No. |4 700 and cloud-covered jungles, Temperature here was 130 fellowships h.1gone to
$1895. See at 1660 Murex S. No .'I.noon. 0' .v.n.nu 49-Houses For Rent Tom McBride' Realtor, SJ2 Florida lilgh s 'hool
< graduatessitt'e
Park. St. So. Ml, 2 1144 2/lltf about 38 degrees F.
Drive or call Bill Tucker Beautiful 2 bdrm. 2 bath home \ 1058:; "Florida making

'2 Midway 2-4295 Excellent 33-Services Offered for 5110 per mo Stove. refngorator .. SO'107th x Avenue US' lot IH in b.Naples.... watt Park of a significant ontrllnitUm to the

JBurt and only drape reference included.Adults required Trail, across from Kingdom, Hall number of.'otl'lIlI.1I'oll'l1e: tud.
WALLSCONCRETE CARIBBEAN REALTY Church lit 5500 gets ,it, Inquire ers In Amertt "
SEA
a.
FISHERMAN the from then powerhejds to their hear
SPORTS I7SO N. Trail, Ml 2. 1SS. across street from churchV3.lt
II Ft Ulrlckton' flying II rod,*. Meics designed and
3/Sthttl proof lit
props
' I2S Gray Marine, llttpt th,... WOOD ROCK A lot Park Cancer SocieTy
2 nice high In Naples
complete with Inning chair Waterfront "Rental 3 bedroom near Vanderbilt Drive Has cons'iucted to !tost! with lest main

condition and many.M950 ethar.00. setras Call Burton Top Foundation Piles 2 batht Dishwasher, ttov. ditpotal well on premitet Owner .. Now Has Office ten.ince and coS to you
unit TV cable Unfurmined '
.
very ill will tell for sao cath.
Bro. I 2121. Docks Mooring WhIps now available. S12S per See thitl, CARIBBEAN REALTY .
21 hou.*bot. all convenience, mo Ml 2.671. tlZ7.71 3/1 lao N. Trail, Ml 2.1.155. Thanks To 'Dixie'The The entire engini

7} h.p Palm 1'mZ.M..""., SAGEN Autometie, drydoct' r WIft. fgrnUrted rieuio, city 1/30 shelf59Acreage Dixie Hait Company atCrayton block of I Mere .it
2 3090 Ml
2
2/2ISI Ml or Tom ABBOTT in.Ksdio water.per mo.TV 2131 amble Plneland available., / ISO Ml ) CCIlal'll'l lias donat. 1 on* piece, die.cisl

For Sale:: 2i tf Danish. built Road iaOOt___ 3/11f ed desk "pan'| i to (ho Collier t aluminum There is

Chrvller Boat. 14S froth H P.water ttraight,cooled I. 16042 2.4353 2 4415 t bedroom hou**. tile,' bath ? County Unit tIt the merle anCancerSorted I((I no head gasket to

large ttortgt area dove 4rtlrig 10 acres adjoining Coconut roi anofncpwliicliIs
VTC'S
Teak deck, Loadedtree. wtll s. SHOE REPAIR' Complete blow 'fewer
joinllacei
E. TurneMidway I So.... Inc Shoe Service Dyeing andrel.nishsng : Included |7S per month Grove City water 4 ttreettSI I ,
now (tt'Il fiom 0 a.m. to 12
22250.3Business. 12} SiN Ave So. Naplet- Park Ml 2 3111 3/3tf 4.SOO. termi Philip Keyet I LCT h1 to loosen and

Naple ;Call beoroom Midway house 2.3191. after furnished I: JOD.m. 1/I.1f P. O. Bee 130.. Ml 2110. : ti -noon, Mondaj) through Friday. leak The pistons in

Opps. : IfU"'u.h.d For trailer or hometite. over PUBLIC NOTICEIN a Meic in !fOrged!!
36-Wanted To Buy I acre tracts. 2Vt' acre I acre :
House For Rent tracts with.' electricity' and aluminum lighter in
.
MI
Call .2990. 1/21th.
SMALL 'OTEL.APTSNEAR WANTED Died metal llor road Other rig acreage tractt THE COUNTY JUDGES COURTIN construction' yet tougher,
BEACH HAS EVERYTHING. ale cabinet, and helving Ml 120 dn. 120 per mo and up. AND FOR
OWNER BUILDING. LARGER I.J.n evening, 3/Stf Collier' County Real Eltate Ml COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDA moil durable ind cooler
9 MOTEL. EXCELLENT IN 54-Trade or SellAIRPLANE 2 3989 Open. Sunday. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN tunning than the cast! aluminum i
COME. MI 27428210tftth 2IHfwthNaple RE ESTATE OF
38-Autos For Sale FRED KIDA.D.c..d pistons tound in
High Acre IU mile,
FOR LEASE "'ODE'RN''ilAY U Felcon 4 dr. '9| time.IMI Beech Full radio Debonair, panel." Trade Low from' city only 1 five acre ALONG the side-roads of this colorful country, the All creditor, el the ettete of FRED most competitors' oul ( )
PHILLIPS U SERVICE 57 Ford S parcel. remaining. 10%" Down" boards
Passenger for business KIDA. deceetod. ere hereby notified
or Re I
STATION ON THE NORTH 61 Ford Ranch Wagon w".lm Box 1122. Naplet.. ; acreage. /r.'ft ISO per month Philip, N. Keye, tourist can see families making sisal rope and twine. and required to Me, any claims. or
P. O. Box nOl '
TRAIL IN NAPLES. PROVED M Ford 4 dr. IllS Naple. Midway demand which. they may have
GALLONAGE. TOP LOCATION t* T.Bird loaded 149S 2-27SO. Using the fibers of yucca plants, they twist them "Mint! said, aitale. in the olfica el Mercury aluminum drive shall nousing

SMALL INVESTMENT 51 Pontiae' wagon 450 55-Stores OffU: 1.11" acre traetl. IS.00 dn and cords. the County Judge of Cellier County it die cast in
REQUIRED AS FINANCING i* Chev 4 d,. 79S IS 00 per mo., no .Interett |1SO. into strong, silky Florida, in the courthouse at East I
AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED 59 Chev Wagon |S| mile, from Golden Gate Ntpl.i. Florida within ii.. calendar L one piece It does
PARTY. WRITE BOX 131}, FT. 51 Old. 4 dr, SI {9} Office, Space 12 e II ft. For One, Real El- month from the date ol the first
Collier County
MYERS OR PHONE ED 9301. t2 Econollnt pick Up Uii Rent me Coast City. publication of Ihit notice, Each I not depend on the
2 3/4.5t 3/5 ftSaletmen I ...y'6: Ith Ave *o. 't.t./1St,wths Ml 2 3919 Open Sunday I claim or demand muH be 'In writing, holding power ol

'fEx AC :- INC. FOR-LEASE". : Paul Graham. Tom If and mutt stale. the place or rei. a-b
2 MODERN 1 BAY SERVICE Peels, Elton Davidson, Lauren 1 dance end pott ollice address of the ) nuts bolls studs
2 STATION IN NAPLES. PAID Blue ,ll bring your choiceto Waterfront Property'Ar.KEE'S 1I claimant and mutt be sworn. lo by and miscelline
TRAINING PROGRAM AND you' Call Ml {SI54 57-Houses For Sale I the claimant. hi* ...nt. or hit attorney
FINANCIAL I I ASSISTANCE COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS or It wil become void according ): out parti
' AVAILABLE CONTACT DON Your Friendly' FORD OPEN FOR INSPECTION. t \ LANDING / .l? to law
2 ABERNATHY, TEXACO. INC. MERCURY V* COMET Dealer 4 J BR home on 11th Ave. Coop hunting Compare the exciting DATE: February II. .IM
Ed 7.4122. 2/2011 So between SIll 4 Ith St*. new concept 'in weter.front WILLIAM D. HIXON The forged
,
ic"MQ .1tHi5'r .
Ultra Clat' TC. priced fron 114.500 to 117.400. Coop on ChetapatkeAv I Ancillary E..cuto 0' the aluminum bivMt I Mercan
30,000 original, miles, rtttortd WILLIAM' B. STONE INC. 'In O tlr'B Bay. See It will, of Fred Kida.Deceated clamp m
NOT Cheap. MI 1.1301. J/3tf Builder today. or Bro. heat treated

12-Help WantedMAN 56 Buick Special 4 dr.. Rad.o. SO Tenth St. No. Ml 2-8731 2-2121 After hour 23937. 3/Stf Feb 20. 17, Mar V 12. KM *4I to the '

2 WANTED to manage' snOpiratO dition.tl Econollnt SSO JOU pick St.up No.good after con, Attractive, home 420 17th Ave. NOTICE OF RESOLUTION' *' or'Sf : ) oc I
retail" Watkint. RouteIn I p.m. J/5.1 So. S bdrmt, 2 batht.' lot 110'x 65-Gen. Real Estate IMPLEMENTING seCTION Slrpngtho
100' canal with are (
coveredboat
on
Would consider .dl OF THE
thIs area ( 1 III) >
lady 40 to 60 ytart-old' ). Earning 19k0 10ce: Cond.full I I Chit 'I llp Cell' P 'k-"d"I.J;: roaion.bit. I COUNTY CODE /
of $12S per week from factory sir. or 1672 Jewel, Box Avenue Royal TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'"
Call Ml' 615i.. write L. D. Olaaton, IS! Madonna I
For flOW Harbor ., that the lot, even on the
the very b'II"'I.' parton- Waterfront ***wall, You will take notice
.1 I 'Interview, 'In your. home ZI2B Drive. Ft. My. .. Fl 1.. central heel and air. f bdrmt, lowing' retolution hat been adopted highci horsepowei,
P. 0. Box 3/3.M 2 bath, Board el County Commit
write Mr. McQtrlty porch garage "'.950. by the
2j 627. Willltton Florida 3Z696. 40-Autos Repairs e Parts ISOO DOWN buy room2 BR i tioner, of Collier County Florida Merci the clamp
1/1.It horn on canal In RainbowCove ISiS MandarIn Rd., 1 bdrm. __ ____ a public hearing will be have
j 513.050.BRAND 2 bath, central, heat and air. ::rdI thereon on March 10 I9M at brackets wing
Need qualified. talct help to oorch. carport Assume mortgege. 10: JO clock AM al the Court bolls that clamp II)
NEW :2 BR horn
assist 'In keeping! abreast of the LOOK HERE .& near No doting cott*. 12.000 ON THE WAY to Turrialba Agricultural Station, you houte. County Commlttioner't' meet
2 many opportunities pretentinfthemtelve StCtLf'A'N"oGJ dn 111,900.I4S liil room East Naplet' Florida the transom m
*. Mutt be creative, Broker with old and church.
Paraiso its RESOLUTION. IMPLEMENTING
2 Long noun, hard work TomMcBrlde Wondering! : where to jo M 3SthstfS Tenth St. Ne. Ml IIISS tth St No. 1 bdrmt, I pass through pretty SECTION 1 Ill, ld' OF THE addition to i provision (fOf secunly! bolts

Realtor, 832 Park St With your car problems bath fireplace, carport goodInvettment. The park at the center of town is an Integral part of COUNTY 'CODE through Iho tuinom The lower unit
So. 31 It, bdrm, I batfThom.. ISO' from termtol
to the
WHEREAS. ourtuant
Factory. Finish, Paint Jobs beach. Central, heating and air 1I2.ISI Costa: Riean. .. life. Section i ill Id) ol an Act el ol' I Mm te.5\ ,ii" ,ii backbone than that

13-H Wrack Rebuilt condo Marlowe and Beck Reel.toes. Lot 21 Block .. Royal Harbor, --- -- the Legislature' of the Stale of FlorIda ol any ollw 'iiilhoaiil,,' II is die nst: t ,none
.lp Want. Female Tuneupt 411 tile Av. 50. Ml I 25221.3Sthtf overlooking bay .......11. Cost from La Catalina Cabins, two A similar trip can be madoup known at the Collier County
Front end alignment II,SOO. sacrifice' "9 0. Code Act and being House Bill lift pice" to k""I'| thn lur.ky gran and
adventurous and beautiful trips Volcano Irazu, 11,322 foot, 01 .the liSt Legitlalure, the Board
Worsen to do h.ht hou..ok Motor OverhaulTrinimittion House on S acres of land 2 shall /ppiinani( 'illy ulipni'ij Thf lt"
2
.
ol CollierCounty
C.I'v' So Aqua- can be made Into the Costa Riran on a butter road. lloweverbo el Counly Committionert
end cook I m..'. 3 hours dailyor bdrm, IH katIe, 4 :
carport :
rebuilt, lana waterfront, coal 17,500. it aulhori/ed and empoweredlo 'no pioliudmg nose lo snag rocks ind
3 hours 3 days a wiak. Ph. utility room. '/'14t sacrifice $S2SO. countryside. One excursion heads cause of Its recent activity, one control water and
2 Ml I 24104 after I p.m. tlWaitrett. LubricationUnderceet FOR SALE: .In quiet neighbor, I up volcanoes, the other down towards Is advised to Inquire locally bo. air Io"I'r, : ; do all thing logs or father weeds The geirshilt is

Apply In person at hood. Large 3 bedroom home Lot 13 Benyan Blvd High lot the coast. Dy doing Ujth. fore this necattary 'in connection therewith inpretervetion mechanical with, no underwater electrical
attempting dizzying
:
Ligsett Renal'), Naples Shopping Broke.Polish eatily,. made ,Into 4 bedroom 2 overlooking' Gulf. Sacrifice at of the health, ....Iy.
Center, 1/Mhft & V/4. bath and fireplace Large IStSO4SO you can appreciate' the tremendous rldo. ....If.'. and convenience. ol the inhabilantt ,. pails to short, out. The M Prop his

, Sales personnel' full time' Apply screened porch 4 utility thed Itth Ave. Bo Aq'ualane.' fbdrm variety and verdure of this Complete contrast with the cold ol said County. upon compliance no shear
Don't look any lurther Air condo ,In bedroom. New *., 2 batht central heat 4 with, Part III of said. Act
'in person ,at Liggett ,Renal, fence enclosed 30 x IS ...,m. air, garage. waterfront. 53150. tiny republic. No wonder Col urn. mountain tops can be had by *"d pIeS., tt
3/Naples>thltWoman Shopping Center See ming, pool. Loll of storage. 4 2/25tf I bus named it "the rich coast" driving to Turrialba Agricultural WHEREAS. Part III of ttid. Act Is 5phnti
cupboard 111500 Ml proeldes the poc.du wherbtsaid
to do (It'll: houieworknd Injrsm Chevrolet, Inc. 2 3310 apace II"" VINCE CONBOY I after dlsroverlnglandon his fourth Station. Situated at 1,000 feet, authority may be ctivated and .-.. driven

cook I meel I hours dailyor UO SiN St. N. Mil SIM voyage to the New World.A not far from the coast, It offers implemented. i J .
3 hour 3 dayt a week. PhMl Naples, Plo.42Machinery 1 bedroomt. 2 b..".. IH' blockt NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RE I andis
1 '..10. after > p.m. IIG.I 10 beach On Contra! Ave 131 Ill Sth Awe Parbwiy. narrow, but paved road tropical fauna and flora plus a SOLVED by the Bnard ol County -
2 waffled Tues Fr... & S.t. 500 Hat deluxo .Mvmg. room Ph. MI 25155 leads from La Catalina to the look at the world's most unusual Committionert, of Collier: County, p.oIecled:
Florida room combination with Section I (III) Florida thai
IIvI'
by I
P4.ghts. Apply." person ..tC.ou..1 Equip. fireplace, tcreened porch and top of Poas, OOOO.foot volcano. and varied farm. Crops are the eloretaid, Act be and Ihe tamed

O..v. I". encloted garage Alto included 'Deluie I.b.doom. 2.beth We've driven up In a Flat, Ford 'grown from sea level right up h.rob" it activated and ''mpl..nl. fubb" natety,
STORE draped and carpeting TomMcSrida. home ___147,500 and that a public hearing beheld
GROCERY
Station to clutch that
EQUIPMENTEv..yth Realtor, 132 Park. St Cuttom.ttyled 2 bedroomt Wagon Plymouth and a 11,000 feet In an effort to 1m. alter publication el notice thereOf Yields

14-Help Wanted Male So Ml 2.t44. 2/IHf 2 baths ____ 171.000Ri Jeep, so don't let the altitude prove native foodstuffs and to by printing once a week. for momentarily' on imp*.!
,". you need for a I baths ..., three (lit' contecutive week. 'In a
J'i.:: : ::: Ingg: hare" you. At lower elevations bring agricultural selUsuffl.clency .
Experienced salesman full or grocery or sundry ttore I bath. .._ newspaper. of general circulation, ,
part itme Stonecraft Indutfriet II ft. Huttman Dairy D.splayCase RETIREMENT' Ave 4 HOMES now under onMichigan you pass by typlral Costa Rican"ttncu" to tho Latin republics. published In Collier Counly, the These are Just I lew ol the compan

3950 14th. St. N. Ml 1 22792. 10 ft. Morton Meat CateS contrtuction, 2 yet to be told tell..>.mmbr- contact. to rent buy or (farms), herds of tint Climatic conditions In Costa Rica iril publication, being made and nol nol sons in design ind construction that,
((10)
3/>tl _ _ ft. Warren Meat Casa Buy now and choose all less than twenty ) days
your Lucille Out Leah Brown. dairy cattle lumbering range from Montana In summer to ,
Oitbwather-Porter.' Apply in Home colors 111.470 CARIBBEAN opera.boni more han ihniy DO) day prior 10 you can rnakt Your MetC dealei' can
Case :
Na- ( It Savage Frozen Virgil Marciim Bob Jaeger and modest homesteads. the Amazon In winter. 70 sclen. the lime tel for said hearing
Rexall. REALTY, J750 No
person SI Liggett W.I..I". Boo IT Trail action J f 12) ldl ol said Mlprovides pont out many more See him soon. See
5' 5 t' Hill 9J "h N ) )
tints
plat Shopping. Center 3ilhliGat MI 2 tlSS 2/20tf.tn Many oxen arts use the road. work at Turrialba with rice,

Want man to clean golf clubs Band Saw National Grinder" 4 an t BATH CBS: HOME DEWEY'POLLYREALTY Soon the tilting land baronies wheat, cacao, rubber, cattle and POLLUTION' CONTROL Control hoe you can get mon RUN toe you
316 Toiedo: Tendorner 30 With, It X 10 ft Florida Room ol with, IS SS SOIS
fee 2 mo. period' CUff and prevent! 'Ihe pollution air money Mercury 100 .
WOa ....._ .
Meat Block: 2 Toledo Scale large tcreened patio maut.rbadroom steeper, the light gets golden, .nll '00. ...."u..lln u. ... ......, .._n,
ttation, tttendant hart time AiW Root Bear Machine and bath. air condi the wind Is spring.!Ike and cool. rov.... ponds. .nl.nd waterS. salt 20. 91 6 Slut". 19 hp outboard
dayt Apply' at Crayfon Cove torrid. utility, ',,om. 3 car car walars.. walerd, Ousetan 4 other and MerCruivtr ( LIFE
LOTS OF BIRD >
Staidard 3/441 complete. SIUO delivered pot city, .........>. .wall and jlrlsn-green fields alternate with surface and u'or.ound watorsin .
WtTO PART T4ME MEN WHO THE HILHOUSE CO. pump for sprnbln., Q E stove MOPE THAN HALP OP islands of giant oaks. White After a pleasant ride through the CoinlyServicet tout hp 115011"' 60 and 100 hp ditsel

COULD USE AN EXTRA 140 Dick Hill, and rafr'g' All rugs and drapet FuORlOft'S TOtRlSTS WILL (horses graze In marbled poses. 'emerald-(reon, charming countryside to be provided thereunder
aonee luntura. T V c.bl. ,
gee ConsiSt of a romplele pollution eon
2 70 3111 A WEEK, PHONE 1/ltf Ml, Rad'o Rd. MI 24343 heat ONLY Stf.SOO Located. el RETURN FOR ftNOTHEH) VISIT I I You drive through a notch In I you arrive at the neat, trol program including ettablithmentel
IIU.II t tIll 7th Ave No Cell Bill, a tan water intrution. line. ,o be
Tucker, Midway. 25055.11 the mountain where clouds seep ,sprawling Station. A pond at the lintnced by ed valorem lasso

16-Help Available 44-Mobile Home through from the rainy Caribbean I entrance t tvlrms with bird hiRe Done hit I III) day of February,

I Bedroom 2 tile bath home slopes.> The sun Is blotted out ,,Jacanas. purple gaJllnules, Bra. I KM BOARD OF

Girl Friday will take dictationin located in The Moonngt Carpeting 41Eel7ilEIA lId, mist curls over the fields ;illian: cormorants, masked COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
home or mine Pertonal I3.IO Wettoood Trailer t lakefront throughout living roomdming like OF COUNTY
your and business lettert lot. patio, A air cond giveaway room halls and one bedroom fog on a Scottish moor. The i I lucks, pintails, least grebes, etc. FLORIDABy COLLIER

Available anytime MI 2.(I3S. price. SS.000. See :. HLuff Completely hailed ditpotal.a.reond.t.on dishwasher oaks look \like eerie ghosts. Few.;Inside, you will be welcomed t by DEWY POLLY
/Ut R. E Broker, Oil St: ed and ler and fewer incas
Paved driveway to r... appear and English speaking personnel A, Chairman
CHAUHiuR"A' EH- IIUtftth.45Tr.ile No Ml .2 2210. port and ttorate room Nice WrrHL 1 |the road turns to dirt. Ruts fine cafeteria offers excellent, ATTEST MARGARET T SCOTT
Lawn Soddedand
TIME .n porch
ER EMPLOYMENT DESIRES HE NA. .craened partially I.nd.c.p.d P" api car, rain puddles po<'k the lunches, or you "an drive beyondthe Clerk ol Circuit Court
FULt S. OLD. 2 OttO after S No brok. wu but keep Feb 20. 21 Mar I. lt 64 all
PLES AREA. M ,. For Rent Ml pm. I )'OU on. Institute to the Reventazon
EXCELLENT ENCU. art p'e' ,t* :Now the forest Is Imm8l>le. River and pl"> tuu. In this case
CALL Ml 2(14 1/3 .... I
CBS 2 bd' furnished haute
Will do hou..p. c'iT6'sMl Treiler. for rent. Special' low IH' beth, beautiful fireplace.tcreened PUBLIC NOTICE Tree are thick, tall and tingle buy a fresh I/L/ealpl., > along the
2.3354. Ilpt rates to retiree and 'low niomefolka. patio utility '.... car. led Into an impenetrable rain road and eat It standing over the
Trailer spaces IS 00 per Beautifully landscaped IN THE COURT OF THE
week.. Fianing, docking privilege e'lrt 4230. 3/3.1 COUNTY JUDGE I jungle., A great wind roan.I water. Just don't fall In. The

19-LandscapelawnVVcnted. *. COLLIER IN COUNTY.PROBATE FLORIDA, river is a deep, swirling green

: ROCK CREEK 58-Lots For SaU7S IN RE ESTATE OF I HORRIBLE SMOKER with rapids all along Its course.

Coconut Tree 20 TRAILER PARK HORACE A, WRIGHT. As you muri'ti. sandwiches and LUFf CMC INC.
MI 22329 Deceased OliO last puff up a black and
wood m trunk Rear of Airport I
100' Hometite I hlockt'
i In the stream
dabble toes
2/27 31.521Lest to beach SIN It No 14.SOO CASE IN PROBATE cindery crest and the greenery your T UCKS- PARTS
NO
713 Oro.
Montezuma
For Sal. Tom McBride. Realtor, 112 TO ALL PER give way to a chaotic moon. watch for
lots CREDITORS AND
47-TraUer Park St. So Ml 2...... l/lltf pendulas flapping 11,1),' 'Ugh the SERVICETEMPORARY-
& Found SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR OE scape. A huge pit said to be i
atlaCt.ve Mqbils I'995'15ITbtSu,5u. Convenient: MANOS AGAINST' SAID ESTATE trees, or perhaj a .11)! armadillo .
Lass Kelly the world's widest terser Is
Location Price. 1MJ Slid
Lest (tether folder containing Home tile landtcaped I.n" fence well end GII dn David C Jares. "fttaltor, ISI You and: each of you are hereby smoking horrid sulphurous creeping along( the banks.
LOCAT/Otf
ttol'C
licente automobile,' credit pump. .
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SIll Ave So Ml 2 3IS2 notified end
be lo ke to required to pretent any
Cards etc. finder return torendtnce mutt teen ? claim and i fumes. Steam shrouds the pit, V ., > ', I liti ,
pTac.ated. II.07S O H LUF BARGAIN' demand which you or es'I'i i .1
of W. J. Merritt IM7th either of \ cinder mounds and the eroded 421 NINTH Sr. N.
Ave. So. and collect $10 reward ME Broktr 421 tth St No ouHolE againttthe "Irn- \ *. <" 111 li.. ,
2227t48Apts. Waterfront Lot et Gulf Her estate of A WRIGHTdeceeted. wrinkled talus down
1/1.It: Midway sheer to .
1' .
late 0'I
bor, leads to the Gulf of said County to J.MglC '
the County Judge of Collier County. wrinkled talus slopes hlrh sheer ------- .. --.
22-Musical Instruments For Rent 11' 004 Each. all cathPhone ,: Florida, at his office m the courthouse down to that awful hole. l- -p.
of said County at Naple'
Midway. f.l? 4T Florid, within: sic calendar months Anyway beyond this Oaiitesque: NO JOB TOO BIG MERC ISO
Jkir cond I bedroom apt weekor from the time of the firtt publica world clean cloud!banks smother
PIANO month. near beach and pier lion of this node Two copies of OK TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE 65 hp
"'" tattle (state. LM II. Hock each clam 0' demaed shall b. in the Central plateau, San Jose,
K. Pine Ridge EitenooA ..... h four cylinders In lint
fOR SEASONAL RENTALSCall writing and shall state the piece La Catalina, the dalrj farms
Beautiful spinet Annette C. W,,,,, Realty CARIBBEAN REALTY, I7M of retidence and pest office address
which lie few thousand
St. So MI 1'1| No Trail Ml' 2il5' VUU.leon of the claiment and thai) be twornto a feet
Piano in new con- I/52S HIFurmthed SIlt PUNt toV"AL .01 = III c.aI by the ,claimant hit agent or below you Toward the CarR Sine lilt l

I"'c..."'.,... Sit for Drive "' Sale or Trfde Ing attorney 22S Pool
0 i Herkert
dition. Greatly reduced March SSO per mo thereefler Write RL..I APTS. 2994
in price, The" .ftC,DUPREC* Ave So. E NapleS off iANO FM.ieT KO*<'H.( C' NM'l be vn THI LEE: COUNTY BANK a peach.androses sunset. The
", .dI.." Drive. ) J/Jtl JUST By scene Is
CO LOT ItO K ISO ExTENDS /Armand D WhilemanTrutt overpowering so you I17ERCURYIILVU
terms can be ar- FOR RENT BV WEEK OR FROM aULt' TO V,, ATtR"' AUM '' Officer turn, scramble ba: <'k ti.rougti. the LOGAN PLUMBING
MONTH. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT E > S T AOf! ST At eiocutor of the Last Will TOM ANKIVIMAftV 'HITe
ranged. Write to IN LOVELY SECTIONOF OCORGE MOTfl ROO" and Testament of sighing, sad forest, and dos.

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Ready To Vote Pay RaisesBy __


JAMES MARLOW by a lawyer because the salary
AP News Analyst Is; Inadequate."
WASHINGTON (AP) This Economy was the favorite r
economy-talking Congress is get. Republican song last year and
ting ready to vote on a$10,000.a. I this. Before the House passedthe
year pay raise for Itself from tax cut bill last year-it has

$22,500 to $32,500,an increase of I been passed by the Senate, too,
44 per cent. i and is now law-Republicans
# Living costs have gone up only tried but failed to put a stringon
: about 15 per cent since Congress it: no tax cut unless spending
:: last boosted Its own salary in I is cut.
1955. That was also a $10,000 When Johnson In January sub.
m"et crease, from $12,500 to $22,500. mitted his spending budget for
The measure approved next >ear-$97.9 billion which 4
Wednesday by the House Rules was less than Kennedy's of a
Committee, thus clearing It for year ago-Republicans called it
a vote, would raise the salary of a "flgure.juggler's dream."
most other federal employes, In. They announced it could be 1 kI
eluding Supreme Court justices, cut< by $6 billion to $e billion but
Cabinet members and top offl.. tclals. said little or nothing about '
cutting out the $455 million -V..II kI
All this had the blessing of Johnson Included for federal \ l -,

Presidents Kennedy and John. ;pay raises, Including raises for
son In his next year's spending members of Congress. '_I
: .1i.. budget, which Johnson handed But
r!! .. one Republican who Is
I ,', Congress In January, he asked i always urging economy-Rep.
.., _.... .. $455 million to take of such
----; '- -- care H. R, Gross of Iowa-said -

CARS ALREADY MAKE quite a bit of street parking purposes. Cambier Park salary Earlier increases.last two Wednesday after the Rules Com.mittee PUBLIX NO. 100 was opened this 30 years ago. World waterski! champion

use of vacant lot west of bus station, ball field light poles are In back. the National year Civil Service groups i I is "unjustified approved the, Inequitable pay raiseit week In Winter Haven, where Publix Barbara Cooper Clack, of Cypress

I property which Fifth Avenue Associa ground. (NEWS photo) League and a special 12.man and extravagant" president and founder George W. Gardens, is shown above giving Jenkins I

tion has urged the City to buy for off. Kennedy advisory -panel recommended appointed rals.by Here are some of the other Jenkins began his grocery career 34 a helping hand in cutting the rib
]increases proposed by the
es. One recurrent theme in the i mittee, compared with present com. years ago at $15 a week. The first bon which officially opened Publix

SS contingents, prisoners were Nixon Asks Name push to boost salaries Is that i salaries: Publix Super Market was opened there No 100
Auschwitz
Dogs moved out of barracks to make present salary scales preventthe Vice president (there isn't
room for the animals," the Be Removed From government from getting the t any), speaker of the House, and Warns FarmersOf hogs stagger around in a pecu. bread soaked In bootleg whisky.
Lived Better document continued. kind of men needed to run It et. j justices j of the Supreme Court liar manner. When the hogs got too drunk to 1
"But before the cows were Primary Ballot flciently. i from $35,000 to $45,000 chief: Drunken Hogs State Agriculture Commis. stand, Todd said, "they were
Installed windows were put In But ; stoner A. W. Todd Issued the loaded into the back of
today an Important House justice from cars and
: $35,500 to MONTGOMERY
TALLAHASSEE Ala.
Fla. AP- $45,500 AP-
( ; (
Than Prisoners the barracks, and mud floors member warning Wednesday, saying a trucks without
found
Former Vice President RichardM. an even newer I Cabinet members: from $25,000to Alabama farmers have been squealing or
were covered with concrfete-{In for theft ring broken up recentlyhad commotion."
to
Nixon asked Florida's sec. way Congress spend more t $35,000. advised to be suspicious If theirYYYYYYYJaYYY I
FRANKFURT Germany other words, the quarters were millions on Itself. This was Rep. been feeding hogs loaves of
(AP) Germany's war Crimea made habitable.. retary of state today to keep 1 .
Wright Patman, D-Tex the j
trial was told today that man. The charges were read to re. his name off the Florida pri. House Banking and Currency '-----.w..w..w..w..IIl.lll.lllJlf.. -, . T YYYYYYYYYYY.. .Ill .Ill .Ill .Ill .Ill .Ill TTTTT.Ill M M M JIf..
killing guard dogs at Auschwitz of mary election ballot. :
fresh the memory a witness, Committee chairman.
concentration lived In In a telegram, Nixon said he .
camp former MaJ. Gen Joachim Patman
suggested "Congress
had decided not to
kennels that were farssuperlor Caesar, 62, who managed sev participatein needs a vast Increase" in the
to the barracks Inhabited by eral thousand acres of prisoner any primary elections. :number of Its technical consult.
Secretary of State Tom Ad.
prisoners.Trained. cultivated land at Auschwitz ants and legal and economic ad.
dogs used to from 1942 to the end of World ams asked the state attorney vlsers. He proposed still another
guard\ prisoners were housed In War II.Caesar. general to advise him what to new office building for the 435

specially built, snug and dry who now operates a do.A House members.
kennels with concrete floors laundry In Constanz, Germany,1 slate of delegates pledged That would be the fourth for
to Nixon
filed
while prisoners lived In airless told i the court he could not remember was Tuesday a them. They already occupy two,
few hours before the deadline
windowless barracks with mud many specific detailsof and a third is nearing comple.
floors," the court trying 22 for. Auschwitz, "but I must say; for qualifying. flan at an estimated cost run.
mer t S6 Guards and Auschwitz that the fact I was at Ausch ning up to $122 million.
functionaries was told. wltz weighs down on me heavily Flees Communism Not all members have the gig.

Attorneys representing former even today." For Second Time glee at the thought of more take.
I Auschwitz prisoners read the "I heard of mishandling of t i ii home pay. Looking at the work

statements from the formal prisoners, that they were i MIAMI, Fla. (AP-A re hy. 'done by this Congress, which in
r, charges against the defendants. beaten and gassed, but I never gee who arrived from Cuba L 1963 was one of the laziest in
"When cows were brought to saw this, just heard about It,"1 Wednesday said It was the sec :history, Rep. J. Arthur Young.
the camp to supply milk for the Caesar said ond time he had fled comm ty. 'er, R-Callf., said In October that
nlsm i If production was to be the yard.

10| COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday March B. 1961 ''I left China when I was 17,, stick, "we should be returning
after communism killed my 1 part of the salary we are now
I parents," said Amado Pon Yule receiving." He said the cost of
I tin, 29, one of 24 fugitives reach. :living wouldn't Justify an In.
Ing Miami by small boats from 'crease of the size being consid.
Cuba. "Now I have left comm 'ered.
e nlsm again." Sen. Frank J. Lausche, D.i .
ee Yultln owned an Ice cream i (Ohio, long enough in Congress .t
parlor In Camaguey and had I 'to understand the members, told
become a Cuban citizen (the Senate that, despite all the
talk about Congress being un.
i derpaid, "If you came In herewith
WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER
Castro Unwilling a shotgun, you couldn't get
,the members of the Senate and
To Talk To U.S. 'House out of the Capitol" u

A New Community of Cooperative He challenged any member of
Firms On SeizuresMIAMI i the Senate !to cite "one Instance

\ Garden Apartments for Adults (AP) Prime Minis.]where an appointment to the SUe
Court has been
declined
preme
ter Fidel Castro, who has opened
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 talks on compensating foreign'

oil companies for seizure of their
Cuban refineries, said no similar Vega Sees New
negotiations will be held with U.

INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED. S. firms. Trend r1
In
Havana Radio quoted Castroas Big
ROOM AND 1 W 0 BEDROOM saying he was willing to dis.

APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. cuss compensation with British
$101,003 AwardSouthwest
ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET Dutch owned Shell Oil Co. because .
"England has observed a
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. decent attitude toward us. The Florida no long.

SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M.Realtor United States and the American er U hallowed ground for Insurance *

oil companies maintain a com. companies, Naples attorney
I pletely different attitude." George Vega commented

The Cuban Radio broadcast, on a recent Hendry County
//d 1Ittttu44 monitored in Miami, said Castro jury decision. :
dated
made the statement Tuesday It has been difficult for persons
night while leaving a receptionat to arrange settlementswith .
the Moroccan Embassy In iia. Insurance "
.
vana. companies In '' *- "
'
SALES REPRESENTATIVES The Anglo-Dutch refinery was this area In the past becauseof : 1. J

605 5th Ave., South MI 2.2124 seized along with the American juries' reluctance to award
owned Esso and Texaco refineries damages in civil cases. But Residence of Clifford II. MeCall 'SOO Kings' Town Drive facing! on the waters of Morgan's Cove
In 1960when the three refusedto It appears that juries are beginning
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER
obey Cuban: government or. to warm up to citizens'
ders to refine Soviet petroleum. claims, Vega said.
Vega represented the plaint- Port Royal Where The Beautiful Homes Are!

iffs In a suit at LaBelle last

Friday, In which a six-man
We Are Proud To IntroduceThe jury awarded the plaintiffs a total Drive through the area and you will tee some of the finest residential architecture in Florida; lush

of $101,475. The case grew tropical landscaping, with eceon-going boats plying the waterways and docked at the foot of lawns.

Famous CHEMEX Coffeemaker out of a night-time accident last '

May at a rockpit near LaBelle, We do not think that we overstate the facts 'a '!
Exclusive With Us In Naples when a large dump truck back- when
"Port
we say, Royal is one of the finest '
ed up and ran over Julian Perkins
places to live in the United States". We are

/Vururv no m"J In ahr Cup line ,operator a bulldozer who was standing drag confident you will agree if fine homes, luxurious j >R Ian

f NEMEXo by at the time.Perkins surroundings congenial neighbors superb t.'S'

m tniLsZi was survived by his climate and deep salt water at the foot of e ,'
wife, Lottie, the plaintiff In r
the and your lawn, appeal to you. Also one of the
action by five children -
v
The ...... ? The jury awarded $1,475 finest Beach Clubs in Florida the exclusive

.. to Perkins' property of Port Royal
.....ty"y ewnw4 w estate to pay funeral owners
and
costs $100,000toMrs
gave .
...
the AlrMftMg, ... peper.Du Perkins for her and the child
ren's support. Vega was assisted -

t.D during the trial by B.C. . _. 4 .j
Nichols also of Naples. '

Defendant In the action was ...'tl t." .... .:..; ,,'\ ".:.t..:..
a trucking firm headed by d+ PORT ROYAL BEACH CLUB on the Gulf of

p George Foulk, who was represented e"- /e4. Mexico, with white powder sand beach la the
by attorneys for his Insurance foreground
PYREX "
company. Vega noted 4
that before the trail, the defendants -, aiI NEW HOME FOR SALE AT EXACT COST
fl&tJJ N n
offered a $5,00 settlement rrt "
'
? As an experiment, we have just completed an

The Jury's award was the lar- pre attractive home at 3800 Rum Row which we

Alomic / /an gest In the history of the three- are selling at our exact cost. The residence

county area of Hendry,Lee,and en was designed and supervised by Henry K.

Aar th* ntxl brewing Collier records., according to available Harding of Palm Beach; who, in our opinion

The civil trial took all of is one of the outstanding architects in the
: Th. PINT The FIFTH The QUART Th. HAU GAL
one day to and the United States. Building specifications of
1-3: Cup 2-6 Cups 2.9 Cup 2.14 Cups argue jury .. were
returned Its verdict
after
\,. 4.50 .6.00 6.50 9.5O only Harbour House-Port Royal office the highest standards.
45 minutes of deliberation
,Vega One block east of o irJ"n r>rl\'e.
) CHEMEX Bondod ''/'.r Paper Per PACK (100) .."..73 said An Interesting facet of Call at the Port Royal office-Harbour House-

''n SEE THEM NOW AT the case was that two mem- PORT located one block east of Gordon Drive at
ber: of the jury were Negroes, ROYALINCORPORATED
1 Town and Fort Charles Drives and
the noted. Kings' -

d SUNSHINE I HARDWARE Vega attorney said he was amused I EJ we will be delighted to show the residence

when, after he had finished Telephone Midway 2.5118. at 3800 Rum Row to you. No obligation, of

711 5th Aw. S. Naples giving his final argument, one On the Cull at Naples, Florida course.
of the Jurors added, "Amen."
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