The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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40th YEAR-NUMBER 157 8 Pages 10 CENTS FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1964 Bridge on the Trail


Around i .4 Surgeons Find No Cancer

The Nor I A y, fl- J Ps Good News For


YOKOSUKA, Japan (AP) :
+'r ..
The U.S. Navy confirmed today .
that U.S. Navy ships sighted a
Soviet trawler during a training M
exercise near Formosa. But the 54 r The 'Old Warrior'WASHINGTON
Navy said the Red ship did not F w! a w +r
get close enough to record any yi

movements of the U.S. fleet. .
(AP) Army -The- assisting surgeons were Gallstones, formed by the
MOSCOW (AP)-Britain hopesto surgeons removed Gen. Dou. Capt. Robert Benson and Capt. crystallization of bile In the
buy the rights to manufac. glas MacArthur's gall bladder Cary Wratten, and the anesthe. gall bladder, Is a fairly com
ture a new Soviet electronic ernr today and said they found no I eulogist Col. John A. Jenlcek, mon human aliment occur.
hand described by a leading evidence of any cancer. I all of the hospital staff. ring In about 25 per cent of
British orthopedic surgeon as The postoperative conditionof Heaton told The Associated women and 10 per cent of men
"the breakthrough on artificial the 84-year-old warrior and Press Thursday there Is a possibility prior to age 60.
limbs." hero of two world wars was that MacArthur's "ob. Sometimes one or more of the
Dr. Henry Osmond Clark, described as "satisfactory." structlve jaundice of unknown .toneshich range in site
president of the British Ortho. The surgeons reported after a I origin"-which has caused the from that of a pea to that of a
pedic Association, said Thurs. lengthy operation beginning at :yellowing of the general's skinIs hen's egg-can stray from the
1v day the hand would be manu. 8:00 a.m. EST that they also '- due only to lodging of a gall bladder and become lodged
factured In Britain If the Soviet had removed gall stones from gallstone I In the so-called com. in either the duct leading from
government's substantial pricecan the common bile duct, a key I mon bile duct. the gall bladder to the common
be met.POGCIBONSI. passageway In the abdomen. The latter Is a tube that re. bile duct, or In this latter duct
The operation began at 8 I elves bile-a body fluid needed Itself
Italy (AP) o'clock, officials of Walter Reed I tor the digestion of food In the If a stone gets lodged In the
Mrs. Mirella Mugnalnl de Guer.clnl Hospital! said. J Intestine from smaller tubes common bile duct, the entire
33.year.old wife of a car. leading from both the gall blad. flow of bile from both the gall
penter In this north Italian town j ler and the liver.Lawmakers. bladder and the liver can be
near Siena, gave birth today to HOPED FOR BEST blocked. The backing up of bile
girl quadruplets. Surgeons said before the op. Want into the blood stream is one of
Doctors said mother and N oration that the possibility of the possible causes of jaundice.
in condl. not be ruled out Heaton Indicated that surgical
daughters were good .. "9" ---j cancer could No Fuss Made On
tlon. The babies weighed 4 but that they were "hoping and removal of a stone from the
pound each NEW COLLIER COUNTY LIBRARY will go up on this praying" they would find only Proposed Pay Bill duct and removal of the pear.

Mrs. De Guercini and her Death Claims plot of land In the heart of Naples. The area, donatedby State To Rest that the M-year-old general's shaped gall bladder itself Is a
husband Artemlslo have 7 oth. ailment was due to a gallstone WASHINGTON (AP) Lead. relatively simple procedure.
local 360 feet Central Avenue
citizen Is
er children, 2 boys and !5 I girls. a long on lodged In one of the bile ducts ers of both parties are doing However, while Heaton did
and 320 feet deep. It lies between Sixth and Seventh In his abdomen. their best to ease a $10,000 pay not say so, an obstruction in the

Paul Streets. The Junior High School grounds lie directly Case Against MacArthur's son, Arthur, are raise for members of Congress blle.carrylng system also could
LONDON (AP) Many Brit. rived in Washington Thursday !through the (House with a mini. be caused by a cancer Involving
IfU girls look on sexual inter. south. Across Central Avenue from the library plotIs afternoon and presumably was mum of fuss. either the gall bladder, one of
course as a normal reward for the First Church of Christ Scientist, not shown The with his father before the oper. The big raise, part of a $545. the ducts, the head of the pan.
the boy friend taking them out. Of GreeceATHENS $110,000 drive for funds to build the new library is Ruby TodayDALLAS atlon began million pay boost package for cress which lies close to the
Others make love "for kicks." The operation was being per. 1.7 million federal workers, al. common bile duct, or the liver.
it an" rate, It's become un. less than a week old, but at last report over $42,000had formed by Lt Gen. Leonard D. ready has cleared the Rules Cancer In those areas Is usual.
fashionable for them to slap a (AP>-King Paul of already been donated by public spirited citizens (AP-Jack Ruby, Heaton, surgeon general of the Committee and Is scheduled for ly inoperable
young man making a pass. I Greece died today, six days aft. (Photo by Caples) sitting In court today, saw i a, Army, who operated on former ,floor action Wednesday
So says a British Medical As. I sr he was stricken by complica. motion picture of the scene In I President Dwight D. Elsenhow. Its way was smoothed further
soclatlon committee of doctors i ions from stomach operation.A which he shot down Lee liar o the Jimmy Hoffa
: a er when lie was stricken with a Thursday when Republican
religious leaders and social terse announcement by the Rebuffs vey Oswald last Nov. 24. serious abdominal ailment dur. Policy Committee, which nor.
To U.S.
workers that studied Britishsex Information Ministry dashed DeGaulle Ruby leaned forward, cupping .,o Ing his presidency. The other mally stakes out the GOP post To Hear Sentence
problems. The committee I glimmering hopes of the Greek his chin In his hands. Hi chief surgeon was Col. Thomas I lion on major legislation, de.
reported a general moral break. I nation that a brief morning ral. stared Intently during the shor: J. Whelan. tided to remain silent on it. Next Thursday
down. I meant the 62.year.old mon. film. He showed no signs 01 of most mem.
ly Earlier The big hope CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP)
arch might survive. Following Policy emotion. bars who support the bill is thaton Teamsters President JamesR.
Crown Prince Constantine, 23, The film originally was sen"live" Cecil Drake I final passage Wednesday lloffa will be sentenced next
ROME (AP)-Premier AldoMoro' II
over television. There ,
who was at his father's bedside, I trey can also remain officially: ",',r.day as a result of his
centerJeft government succeeds his father. Paul has By JAMES MARLOW France would never accept a were numerous reruns but. for I: cordifl by .vol<11nj a n U tvii won endorsement from the ban its allleS Ruby.this was the first time hi., Enters Bid <
i Imposed by
landed over his royal powersto Associated Press News AnrJ.it call and sending it to the Sen. I trfed to fix a federal court jury.
Chamber of Deputies Thursday:: I his son by making him re. WASHINGTON (AP>-Frencli against French manufacture of had seen the picture.His ate by voice vote. He faces a maximum of 10
night for Its policy of commit. lent Feb. 20. That was the day President Charles de Gaulle'i nuclear weapons. figure was barely recog, For Commission It's not that they don't feel years In prison and $10,000 In
ment to the North Atlantic 1 Before he underwent an emer. step.by.step rebuffs to the Unit. He said "we have need of nlzable In the picture-a min they are worth the $32,500 a tines
Alliance. I gency four.hour operation for a ed States and Britain are not America but America also has a black suit who suddenly) Cecil Drake of Everglades year the bill would give them. U.S. Judge Frank Wilson set(
ulcer. new. The only difference between need of us." moved toward Oswald, the aocused ., this to for '
stomach qualified morning run But voting for It, on the record, the date for sentencing today,
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP-Brit. Paul ascended the throne in I De Gaulle now and a So 'De Gaulle was only re. assassin of President the CountyCommtsslonfromDls. night prove embarrassing In an at the same time overruling a
Ish Commonwealth Secretary I the: spring of 1947 at the death ;few years ago Is that he Is step. peating what was already pol. Kennedy, and shot him at clot, trlct 1. election year. defense motion for a mistrial
Duncan Sandys said today that I of his brother, George II. I ping faster. Icy and last year, when he re range He became the 20th person to on grounds that the governmenthad
British troops will be withdrawn King Paul, a robust man who Ills basic policy 4ils assertionof fused to join the Amerlcan-So. The Jury was not present during ', file for county office since quail kt| Hoffa, those on trial
from Kenya before the end of and French Independence from viel'British limited nuclear test. the first showing of the pi c.'
stood 6 feet 4, had for days tying opened Tuesday noon. $40,000 CheckIn with him and their lawyers und.
the year. ;possibly even weeks before his .American leadership was al. ban treaty, he was only rest at. ture. The eight men and four Drake will oppose Incumbent A.c. er Illegal watch during the trial
Sandys, who Is touring for. I stomach operation suffered a I ready French policy before he Ing an old position. women on the panel were to be Hancock of Chokoloskee In the The Mail Hoffa and three others were
mer British colonies in East Af. I period of pain hidden from the 'was called back to office as But De Gaulle for a good while brought In later. May S primary election Han. convicted Wednesday of trying
rica, said Kenya had agreed to Greek public. It had been I premier In June 19S8. But he alter taking office-he became Ruby has been in jail since cock filed for reelection ear. To All Counties to fix the 1962 jury In Nashville
let British army units train Joint. feared that announcement of ly In the country with the Ken. Us condition would cause too The Associated Press report. 1959-didn't badger the United not been allowed to see television Edna Cribb Santa TALLAHASSEE .. Mate Verdict in Hoffa's conspiracytrial.
ya army. much anxiety just prior to the I ed from London Thursday night States as much as he did later reruns of the action. reminded county residents this Comptroller Pay E. Green said .
national election of Feb. 16. 'i that diplomatic sources said his for one obvious, and one possible Some testimony about Ruby's morning that registration books today checks for $40,000 from Others convicted were Ewing
LONDON (AP-Quote of the One of King Paul's last acts I envoys in various capitals are reason. alleged motive Is In the record, will close April 4 for the prl. the race track tax fund are being King, former Teamsters presl.
day: Laborite George Wlgg, or. before undergoing surgery at I openly suggesting Western Eu. The obvious reason was that and Wade Indicated his last wit. mary. Persons whose names mailed to each of the 67 dent In Nashville; Larry "Camp
dered by the speaker of the Tatol Palace 26 miles outside :ropean nations disassociate he had his hands. full trying to nesses may tell more. were purged recently from the counties. bell, Teamsters business agent
House of Commons to apologize Athens was to swear In Prime I themselves from the United bring to peaceful conclusion the "They'll relate what happened rolls must appear at Mrs. Santa's The comptroller said total in Detroit; and his uncle, Thom.
after calling Prime MinisterSir Minister George Papandreou on Alec Douglas Home a Feb. 18. Papandreou won a month after he took office France split In half He didn'tsucceed Wade said, "and repeat state have their names restored paid to counties to date for faces a maximum of S!I years In
six he announced in that until 1962 manta made by him on the the current fiscal y-ar Is $1J2,
landslide years ago
"squalid Incompetent little victory In the vote fora Two candidates qualified prison and fines of $ ,000.
creature," retorted; "I! I am new parliament.With France would not accept a nuclear GENTLE WITH IKEIt firth floor." Thursday, Including the first Re. 000. This Is an Increase of All those convicted are free
being offensive, I am trying to the king's death, Queen I test ban treaty unless it Is possible De Gaulle was Police wrestled Ruby to the publican. Murphy Combs filed $14,000 over the same period under bond, and all plan to ap.
be." Frederika, 46, becomes queen 'was linked with a disarmament reluctant to have been as deft ground and then took him to the for county judge. Also filing last year when each county received peal. In addition their lawyershave
mother. :Inspection system. This, of ant or unpleasant with Presi. fifth floor of police headquarters Thursday was the first candidatefor more than $206,000, the promised to file for new
CAIRO (AP) The United She wUl be succeeded by a''course, was a dream of the fiu dent Eisenhower, from 1958 to Immediately after he had shot the school board In District highest amount produced In the trials Monday. The deadline for
States agreed Wednesday to teenage I: queen. Constantine Is I Ienraed ture.He 1961, as he was from 1961 until Oswald. T. D. McMUlon, a 2, Les Whitaker, Deadline for history of the race track tax. this Is Tuesday
lend the United Arab Republicthe I to marry Princess said France would make now with President Kennedyand young, sandy.halred officer, qualifying for county offices Is
equivalent of $69.3 million In Anne-Marie of Denmark, now I Itself a nuclear power. But a Johnson. said Ruby had talked about his March 17.Cigarette. _
17 distant :year before he became premier motive In shooting Oswald.As -- 1
local currency drawn from the a very cousin. They Eisenhower was an Interna si
sale of American surplus com are scheduled to marry next ,French Defense Minister Cha. tlor.al hero and De Gaulle might to how Ruby got to the t
modifies here. January. 1 ban-Delmas, a Gaulllst, said have Injured himself In an en. jail door when Oswald was be. TaxCollections
with the who big transferred to another JaU,
.;_, 'T, """,,,I ..,. tanglement led the liberation of man Europe. McMUlon said Ruby told him he Fall
tfln ,
...' limply had walked there
,' / :. Kennedy and Johnson were un.
r'_, knowns when De Gaulle went to "I wait present when Mr. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Clga. s
.... work on them.Nevertheless. Ruby stated how he got Into the rette tax collections during Jan.
he did badger basement (of City Hall)," Mc. uary totaled $4,580,781, a de.
4 Eisenhower, too. In 1959 he sug. ,nlllon testified 'II. stated a crease of f682,604 from Decem. i
gested that France, by destroy. i lieutenant was pulling out of the ber, the State Beverage Depart.
,7 _. Ing the nuclear monopoly of the basement in a squad car, and ment said today, ,
United States and the Soviet I he just walked by an officer Of the total, $3,248,588 went to
Union, would create a third I there between the wall and the the municipalities In which the
force in the world and provide :car: lie said someone called to cents-a-park tax was collectedand
I vJ'w "equilibrium." him but he just ducked Ms head the remaining $1,338,192went I
Also in 1959 he made clear :and kept going" Into the state general fund.

France wanted no part of having .
with .
its armies Integrated o
grn4 Its neighbors' In the North At.
... lantlc Treaty Organization. He Greater Demand for Metals

said France would command
Its own armies. In 1960 France

the tested Sahara.Its first atomic bomb in Forcing Prices To ClimbBy

It seemed to come as a sur.
prig to some this year that De SAM DAWSONAP
Gaulle was stretching across Business News Analyst Pressures that caused i price
fi4r the Atlantic to open up new ties NEW YORK (AP) Metals weakness in metals just a year y161 a
with Latin America, even ar. have furnished most of the ago are at the moment pretty /
ranging to visit some of the price rises accompanying the well eased. These have Inrlud.
countries there. upturn In business in recent .d ex'.ess production facilitiesand
: But he had suggested to 20 months. Many look'' for other high Inventory of con.
ambassadors from Latln.Amerl basic commodities to follow suit sumers. Still bothersome are
t. mrsr can nations In 1961 that France after the economy has been suf. lower priced foreign metals y.
tt."" 'UVII= and their countries establish a flclently stimulated by the fed., But this, too, Is diminishing as ,alt ;4
'-"" "united and renovated Latin oral Income tax cuts. demand rises elsewhere In the
," Y.t". '. ';;: -.-. -- world Co what he Is saying But the metals haven't wait, world and as foreign prices go .
.. "
;If!'. ,. \ .,\:: now Is repetition. ed. Steel, aluminum, tin, lead, higher too.
l\o .\\ 1 zinc, silver are some that have One factor that still remainsis J1 9 /
-" --- -
,'.. British OpenRecruiting gone up of late competition. In many fields
:\ .. .., Much of their rise has been more than one metal now com. BIGGEST FISH she's ever caught t, a 104-pound tarpon

l:1.. .. Drive from previously weak positionsso petes. Comparative prices outweighs Mrs. Jack Connell of "aples by three
.... .
>0"- that today's prices often are can be the determln.
sometimes while
hooked the big silver king
pounds. She into
annual ticket sales Among Negroes well below historic peaks. But In sales Also metals
MAKING PLANS for the spring event; Mrs. Milton Harman, log factor ,
LONDON (AP) The British still further price boosts easily face competition from elastics fishing near Caxambas, in a spot located by Capt.
of films from the S. F. Smith in chargeof
showing Briggs chairman Mrs. Phillip ,
; could be on tap U American in.
army Is opening a recruiting glass, cement and wood for Preston Sawyer (left), local guide. Sawyer accompanied
collection to benefit the Naples Community hostesses for the two evenings; and drive among Negro Immigrantsto dustry takes off on a sharper many uses. Mr. and Mrs. Connell aboard the Connell boat,
maker of handbillsto push Itself to full strength, upturn as widely expected. New
Hospital are Auxiliary mem Mrs. B. G. Sutton, up demand
But the picture for The Con-
orders fishing
War Secretary James Ramsden by manufacturers now "Cassiar, on the successful trip.
bers Mrs. George Cowden (standing), information about most metals has brightened
provide public told the House of Commons pouring In spell higher demand nells live at 1041 Galleon Drive. (NEWS photo)
In charge of posters to advertise the the films to be shown. (NEWS photo) Thursday. for many metals. steadily since last summer.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IMMOKALEE Norway Seaman's BrownMaybel with the church's new education Attacks On
curriculum Says
METHODIST CHURCH Over 3 Million OrdersIs
OF NAPLES Church 100 Years P. Brown, age 66, wife This Is one of 800 similar
Rev Robert Martin, pastor Rev Richard Howe, Pasler. of E. C. Brown, died at St. Pe. meetings now being held through Teachers

Service 9:00: u.m. SUNDAY Old This Year tersbure Tuesday following an out the United States and Canadato Being
Morning Worship, $:80 A 11,1 automobile accident. She 100,000 teachers for
was prepare
Sunday School ut 10:00: a.m. OSLO (AP) The seaman'I For 'The Torch Passed'There
Sunday School 9:45 born In the all new lesson materials scheduled Hidden In
Ta'l1lnlnaUnion; GOO: p.m. : a.m. home away from home the, Harrisburg, D1? and came NYNEW
Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. Jr. Intermediate and Sr. Norwegian Seamen's Church -, from Eldorado, m., 40 years ago. to begin next September.The .
WEDNESDAY M.Y.F., 6:30: p.m. Is 100 old this Mrs. Brown Is also survived church body has a member, NEW YORK (AP) Orders has been no general distribution YORK (AP) The pres.
years year. by two ship of more than three million for "The Is Passed bookstores. Ident of the union which represents >
Torch The
Piayer Service 7:00: Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. The centenary will be eels, daughters, Mrs Walter through
p.m.W TUESDAY 32 Robison, Jr., St. Petersburg, and in 6,200 congregations Associated Press book memorializing Many editors have asked, New York City public
and In the
U. brated In
M. (2nd) 7:00 Norway
: pm. Men's Prayer Service 7 pair all the where, Mrs. Raymond Woodson, Naples, The Rev. Dr. W. Kent Gilbert,, the death of President "When will production be cutoff school teachers says there is an
Protheihood ports over globe
((2nd) 7:00: p.m. Choir Practice, 8:00 p.m. the churches are located. Florida; five grandchildren, Wal. Philadelphia, executive sec re.John F. Kennedy, have reacheda ?" The answer Is that average of one attack a day by
Campus WEDNESDAY ter B. Robison in, Robin Lea tary of the church's Board oi f total of 3,091,000 Additional AP will print the book as longas pupils on teachers and the
Club . 7:00: p.m. Midweek Prayer Service High point of the anniversaryyear Roblson, and Ronald Brown Ro. Parish Education, said the purpose .. requests continue to come in at member papers or their Board of Education is hidingthe

Glrl'i! Auxiliary 7:00: p.m. Adult & Children, 7:30: will be In the work bison of St. Petersburg, and Re. of the 800 area coaching conferences ., a rate of more than 100,000 a readers want it. violence behind "a black.
Royal Ambassadors 7:00: p.m. pees' Is financed by 3,100 groupsIn becca and Maureen Woodson of Is "'to help teacher I week. Abroad, "The Torch Is board curtain."

Sunbea . 7:00: p.m. Norway and by the sea. Naples} and three brothers, learn more about the new corn!., The announcement about the Passed" already has been Charles Cogen, president of

Choir (Thursday) 7:00: p.m. IMMOKALEE men themselves, but this Hobart D. Pelhank, Tampa, and culum and their responsibilitiesIn I book was made on AP leased translated Into seven for. the AFl.CIO United Federation

CHURCH OF GOP year Parliament has conlrlbut. Kenneth J. Pelhank and J. Harry It, and to become enthuslas.' wires Dec. 3, before a line had sign languages-Japanese, Korean of Teachers, made the accusation .
ed $142,297 as a centenary gift. Pelhank, both of San Francisco. tic about the materials" been written. By the time the Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Wednesday after the fourth
FIRST ASSEMBLYOF Pastor: Rev O. P. O'BannM i The 1962 budget was $928,000. Swedish. In. attack in a week became
Funeral services were heldat Here In Florida, a team: i of six first books rolled off the pressesIn Danish and pub.
GOD Sunday Schoo 10 ..m. Local authorities and organizations Christ Methodist Chapel, St. persons will conduct fifteen meet. Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Dec. 31, quirles on publication rights are licly known.
Miadowlawn Ave., E. Napltm Morning' Worship 11 a.m. around the world also help Petersburg, Thursday afternoon, ings with teachers from grade AP newspapers and newspaper coming In from publishers In Cogen said he believes that
out with the .
Rev. H.M. Snow EveningWorship 7:30 p.m. expenses.On at 3:30 o'clock, and Interment three and up. A "key pastor" readers had ordered more thana other countries. In all, English "in many cases incidents are

Sunday School 10 a.m. Norway's national day,, followed In Royal Palm Ceme. in each of the areas has made million copies, sight unseen. and foreign language editions of not reported, the teachers are
Morning Worship) 11 a.m. May 17, there will be celebrations tery. the local arrangements, and will After the books reached the the book will be distributed in Intimidated and the principalsare
In the first
Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m.. EVERGLADES Norwegian be the seventh team member for hands of readers, through 73S some 40 countries.In likewise discouraged from
Youth Service Tuesdayat COMMUNITY CHURCH church ever built, at Lutheran Church the area of Christian family edu. participating newspapers in the Japan, the Japanese editors making reports."
7:30 Rev. II. G. Welsbecker, pas.... Leith will take part. King cation. United States and Canada, there called the book "Darasu no A Board of Education spokes
p.m.Midweek Olva V.hlgh protector of sea. Teachers Plan _____ _____
In Dallas declined to
.. Sunday School 10 a.m. was a new wave of orders Kinyobi"Friday man comment, but
Service Thurs.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. men churches, will be present. Emperor Haile Selassie) of as the buyers asked for addl. and distributed it to newsstandson said Cogen's charges would be
day at 7:30 p.m. Ports now under considerationfor Area MeetingTeachers Ethiopia trtcea. his ancestry tlonal copies for friends and rel. Feb 1. Within a week, or. discussed at a meeting between

GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH new churches Include Port of children and adultsIn through 225 rulers of that country atlves. Hundreds of Individuals dens for 80,000 copies put the Cogen and Dr. Calvin E. Gross,

Guilford -Rd., Guilford AcresE. EVERGLADES BAPTIST Newark, N.J., where the mis. Lutheran Church In America to Menelik I, traditionally the wrote and telephoned com. book on the best-seller list. superintendent of schools.
slon owns a plot; Seattle, Wash., congregations of the area will' son of King Solomon and the for tMs said
C. Dcaird Pastor CHAPEL mendations, as did many news "We weren't prepared Cogen he will recom.
and Vancouver, B.C. Construe meet Tuesday March 10 at 7:30 Queen of Sheba. said Jis.
paper editors. tremendous response, mend that "principals be given
Dominion Rd., Avulon Estates I'astort Rev Eric C. Weldon
East Naples Sunday School 9:45: ..m. tlon of a new church In Trlnl. p.m. In Fort Myers Redeemer Lu. March 1 is St. David's Day, the The lOO. iage book has striking ho Hamana of Asahl Shimbun, freedom of action in suspending
SUNDAY SERVICES Morning Worship 11 a.m. dad will begin this year. theran Church to get acquainted feast day of Wales' patron saint. portraits in color of Presidentand one of Japan's largest publishing unruly pupils."

Mrs. Kennedy by Karsh of enterprises. It had ordereda "We will not go along with the
Bible Schoo! 10:00: a.m.MoiHlnjr Training Union 6 p.m.Evening .
Canada, as well as other first printing of only 30,000.In board's whitewash," he said.
Wornhlp MCS: a.m.Tialnlnjr Worship 7:30:
Service) 7:00 Wednesday Service p.m. 3 47 color and black and white AP the Netherlands, the big "We are asking all teachers to
p.m. news photographs depicting the newspaper publishing firm of report all incidents and we will
Evening Worship) ) 8:00: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. ,
r 1 whole course of the tragedy Het Parool already has had to keep the public informed."
WED. EVENING SERV. + tr e.% a ly r.t e + 5v However, the book, 10 inches by Increase the size of Its first
Bible Study and 13 Inches, is especially distin. printing. Though the book will
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. COPELAND; BAPTIST guished by a 3SOOO.word narra. not go on sale until March 6, advance Joint Communion

Choir Practice 8:15: pm. MISSION + 8t r r .e tlve telling the complete story orders for "The Torch Is Planned By KCs
Rev. Clyde Marti 1 with dramatic impact. It was Passed" already have topped

Sunday School 10 a.m. turned out by a team of four 20.000. And Holy NameSt.
TRINITY.BY.THE.COVEEPISCOPAL Worship Service A ,;f ,r t f yr tk top AP writers headed by Saul In; Italy, Oggi magazine pub.
CHURCH 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Pett and including Sid Moody, llshed a deluxe, hardcover Ann's Holy Name Societyand
Port Royal Prayer Meetings Hugh Mulligan and Tom Hen. memorial edition and called It, the Knights of Columbus will

The Ret. Richard T. Lambert Wednesdays at 8 p.m. shaw. "The tragedy that has chaken hold a joint communion at

Sunday Service Once the presses started roll. the world." the 8 o'clock Mass, Sunday,

Holy Communion, 8:00: a.m. u $ Ing at one of the world's biggest; Other publishers abroad Include March 8th.

Church School and CHOKOLOSKEECHURCH i a E. E' 8f y printing plants, that of Western Donghwa News Agency In breakfast and entertainment

Family Worship, 9:15: ..m. OF GOD A + t. Printing and Lithographing Co. Seoul, Korea, which has published will follow at St. Ann's School.

Morning Worship 11:00: ..m. Sunday School 10 a.m. In Poughkeepsie, they have a limited edition; Samle-

Wednesday Morning. Worship 11 .... rarely stopped, night or day. rens of Copenhagen, Del Atlan.
Holy Communion, 9:30: ..m. x For several weeks, a second tlco In Buenos Aires, whose Many Wondering
,r Holy Days plant at Racine, Wis., was In op. Spanish language version will
About Form On
Communion at 8:00: a.m. MARCO CHURCH OF GOD oration be circulated both in Spain and
Ira D. Hancock, pastor The Cleveland Plain Dealer the Spanish-speaking countries Social
.. Security
J U\" ,b' Mornlnr W.r.hlp"U..mtnlEvenlntr a ordered 130,000 copies The New of Latin, America;, and the All.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Worship 7(15 p.IIU y era York Dally News and the Kan. hem Publishing, House In, Mal. "What Is this form I got

CHURCH OF NAPLES las City Star have ordered 90,. mo, Sweden.In with mv last Social Security

Third Ave., So. &: Sixth St. 000 copies and expect to order the Philippines; the Manila check?" George T. Banks,

Rev John W. Stump GOODLAND MISSIONOF more. Some smaller papers, Times received 10,000 copies of district manager for Social Security

Sunday School 9:30 a.m. OUR SAVIOUR :. r e such as the Harrisburg Patriot. the American edition for distribution said people are
tin Services on Sunday Sunday School, 9 '..11\. News and the Vlsalla, Calif., to Filipinos More than asking this question.many

9:30 B.m. and 11:00 aim Rev Richard T. Lambert Times Delta, have placed even 12,000 copies have been ordered This
higher orders in terms of per.., through the Pacific and Euro report form came to
'*" ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC centages of their circulation. pean editions of Stars and many people this month with
JltROV Ail'S WITNESSES While AP has expected al. Stripes. their monthly social secure
3rd St. & 10th Ave., So. ,
Father Bernard! ,L. Hlckey Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue r most from week to week to get Smaller orders have gone to ity checks. !If a person who
S. .O.tOJI Mlnl.terV.lInca Endrcs current with orders, this goal newspapers in a number of other drew social security earned
Masses r
Sunday weekdays 7 a.m. only. Bible Study Wed. 8 p.m. 3i. still eludes it because of the con. countries which are dls. over $1200 in 1963, he must

Confessions: Saturday Minister School Fri. 7:30: pin. Unuing demand. Deliveries have tributing the book to their read. fill out the form and send it

\ to 5 p.m. find 7 to 8 p.m. Service Meeting Fii. 8:30: pn). ,. r, v__...,.n.til/\iIIJ.. '.,UIlo.latit.QI.'F 'I.P. '' .".....'!Mir *Lr.JJ .* been made of 2,768,000 copies. ers through the coupon system.new in to the social security pay.

p Sunday School 9 a.m. Public Address Sunday 5:30 p.rWktch The good thing about the seasons is that all we have to do Is wait. Wen ment center. The form must
Confraternity Class of : Tower Study Sun 6:45: p be In the mail no later than
may not like the weather we have now, but something different will come

Mondays Christian ul Doctrine'::-0: p.m. CHURCH CHRISTIAN OF NAI'LES soon. We experience a great variety of weather in a dozen months. LBJ Finds Americans Not April If you 15. 1964.forget to make this

Mandarin Dr. Coquina Sanda It's a great consolation to have this mighty spectacle of spring and annual report and earned over

EAST NAPLES Minister autumn, sun and rain, day and night continually unfold around us. $1200, you could lose some of

BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Rodger Nooe It.'s the dependable rhythm of nature, the ebb and flow of seasons, the So Much Loved As He SaidBy your monthly payments.
hadowlawn Ave., East! Napleit! Bible School 9:45: a.m. Banks gave this example: Mr.
Rev Ledies Btrfo, Pastor Church Service 11 ..m. beauty of earth and sky, which give our lives a firm ground tone. JAMES MARLOW J. got all his social security
government but this
Sunday Choir; Practice Wednesday 7:30: But Christianity is not a nature religion It finds the revelation of God Associated Press News Analyst United States delayed.quickly The Af. ch-rks last year. When he

Sunday School 10.00: a.m. Vesper service 6 p.m. Sunday in nature alone but even more in human personality our own, as the WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. ricans responded by arrestingand started to draw his monthly

Morning Worship 11:00: ..m. CHURCH OF CHRIST children of God, and supremely in Jesus as the Son of God. dent Johnson either overstatedthe expelling two American dip. payments, he said he wouldn't
Training Union 7:00: p.m. case when he spoke of how lomats until this country make over $1200. So the social
Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. Tamlami Trail at 14th Ave. N. That is why it is necessary for us to become an important part of His much Americans are beloved or recognition Feb 23. security payment center sent

WednesdayMid Charles Wharton 11. minister the anti-American outbursts by Zanzibar is part of the British him a retirement check every

Week Sunday Church.We can get in the mood to understand the presence of God when we other people since Jan. 1 were Commonwealth month. As it turned out Mr.
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.VduU Bible study 10 ..m. Just lovers' tiffs. Also in February in Africa's J.
experience the quietness of the woodlands or hear waves breaking againstthe got some extra work duringthe
Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. The latest hostility to this Ghana the United States was
Evening worship 7:30: p.m. cliffs, or look heavenward at the billowing clouds. But, it is not enoughto country came Tuesday night In accused, by President Kwame ed Christmas$1540 Season and earn-
Wednesday get in a mood. We must join in the communion and fellowshipof Greece Mobs rioting over the Nkrumah's government-con for the year. If he

NAPLES PARKDAPTIS'r other believers in order to obtain our purpose and faith Cyprus civil war burned John. trolled press and radio of being makes his annual report on
Bible ttudy
CHURCH : p.m. time
in In Athens and his
son effigy on behind the latest earnings will cost
Rex Marion E. Wacaser GRACE LUTHERAN e' Come, let us go into the House of the Lord. the Island of Rhodes mobs tempt to assassinate alleged him.A at. him only $170 of his, year's

Sunday School 10 aim CHURCH OF NAPLES stoned American offices. mob, steamed up by the social security payments. If

Mornlnir Worship 11 ..raI. Missouri SynodU. Coright) I'M i. K i lt>r.\tl\eitimnii Sviuc i *, Inc? Strmlmru. Va. Greece, which has been re. dictatorial Nkrumah's polltl. his report is later (after April
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No. celvlng foreign aid from this clans, demonstrated before the 15)) he'll lose an additional
_Trayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. .Pastor Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday country, is an American ally in U.S. Embassy and ran down the month's check
Psalms Jeremiah Acts I Corinthians Ephesians Hebrews I Peter as a penalty.
Ret. George< W. Price the North Atlantic Treaty Or. American nag The
FIRST METHODIST Sunday School 9 a.m. 892031; 31:31.37: 2:31.47 15:35.50: 5:3.13: 10:19.25: 2:1.10These : ganlzatlon. The United States deported four American government profes. For more Information about

CHURCH OF NAPLES Church Service 8-10.30 I : a.m. helped save It from communism your Social Security, write,
Holy Communion after the war.Johnson sors.The United States recalled Its call, or visit the Social Securtiy -
& Fourth St.
Hut Avenue,
'utor Rev Harrj C Parham First Sunday each Month Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church talking to a group of ambassador, William p, Ma. Office. The Fort Myers
government emplojes here last honey Jr. for office Is at 2159
consultations. He McGregor
Sunday Worship 8:45.11: a.m. and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and: BUSINESSESWest Feb. 12, said: "Regardless of said the antl-Amerlcan demon. Boulevard.
fun. Eve Worship Servo at 7:30': FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
what you hear we are a much strationi were the climax of
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. SCIENTIST Coast Furniture Trail 'Builders -- beloved people throughout the feelings which had been build-
Coin LaundrySpeed
Junior, Intermediate and Central Avenue at Oth Sheet Supply Naples world. We are respected and we tog up for some Ume. PresbyteriansTo
Senior Fellowship, 6 p.m.Prayer Sunday Service! 11:00: ( am. Complete Inttnor Company Queen washers 4 appreciate it." This country has
.M ,tIt Ave. Ie. Naples. Fla. S's> Soy wish a commit. Hear Sermons
MeetingWednesday Sunday School 11:00: u.m. Naples, Florida. U S, Hwy 41 N. A Whitman, BlvdOp He said this after a numberof ment of $147 million in long.

at 8 p.m. Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.m. Ken & Bill TV Hospital Richards Roofing ServicePhone fl 24.Hour N. Naples episodes in which Americanshad term loans to help build the Vol. Based On CrossThe

Reading Room 620 Purl St. Stilt, Service t Rentals MI 1-4MI Naples W. Hoar Owner already suffered embar. ta River dam for Ghana and an remainder
ST. LEO'S Monday thru Friday 10-4 p.: Repair on All Small Appliance rassments and worse, Including aluminum smelter to be run by of Lenten ser-
Sunshine Furniture Co. mons by Rev. John W. Stump,
Naples death. private
CATHOLIC CHURCH Friday evening 7 to 9 M7 Airport Road Ml I-7MI HardwareYour American companies .
Iir.ll Building corner of p.m.CHUR'Cii Complete Hardwire Store' me No. Tamlamt" Trail Last Jan. 9 in Panama, which for the Chan government pastor of the First Presbyter.Ian
oodftin Street and the Trail OF GOD Charles R. LeBuff 711 5 ln Ave. I.. has also received U.5. foreign Other economic aid from this Church will be based on the
Bonita Spring Cor. 10th St. &: 11th Ave., X.-: Cabinet Shop 5th Avenue Snack Bar aid, plus rental for the canal, government to Ghana runs Into words of the men around the

Father Joseph E. Beaumont Rev David Lanier Detail Cabinet. Furniture RapairAntique Naples Rexall Store Famous tor Good H.mburaersend Panamanians rioted against the millions. Cross.Rev.Stump's.

unday Masses 7:30: 9:30::: n.n- Sunday School 10 a.m. Reproduction, 100 Ith Av*. te. lubm."nuBB Americans in the Canal Zone 10 South Viet'Nam, where the sermon for Sunday -
Morning Worship 11 ant I' mil st. 2.iasi The basic reason was resent. United States for \
Confession: Prior to to. MI Builders Specialties eight years March 8, will be' I Nail
V.'irlay MassesIMMOKALEE Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. The Bank of Naples ment against U.S. control of the has pumped In billions of aid, ed Jesus to the Cross". On
Tuesday Pl'ay.rIeetinr: Jimmie Gibbs Qrowmf with Naples and Trail North. Ml Mile canal and zone. In the rlotlngs economic and military, to help March
15 will be
Collier County Sine 194V Plywood Door Builder Hdw 20 Its the subject
7:30 and shootings people were fight
: Plastering A ContractorPhone against ,
pm. Masonry the North
FIRST Member F.D.I.CHartley's ScMace RuHwm Deiter Lock killed Ir'ludlnj three Ameri Vietnamese Cast Lots" and on March 22,
Thursday YPE 7:30: p.m. Ml t-1141 -'- Communists, antI.
-- "Come Down." Sermon for
Cafeteria took a vivid
Store lamplighter
Pastor: Rev L. E. Daniel Van Der Veer Variety U.S. 41 a Panama wants a change In Moody turn,. Easter Sunday, March 29 is
iVorihlp 11 am &: 7:30 EMMANUEL: LUTIIKKV! M Ninth Street. S*nthBob's Downtown -. the 1903 treaty giving this cowry The Communists "Remember Me."
.:. :..:. p.m. Music Center at -:_,* .... Pie. Infiltrating
BONITA SPRINGS CHURCH OF NAPLF.S Complete Instruction Department Pastry Shop the right to control the canal the capital of Saigon and using There will be a special con-
ASSEMBLY OF GOD I..C.A Ansersn indefinitely It broke off diplomatic a deliberate
( In any 'Instrument IK fth SI, No. Ml M71I C. A. campaign of terror gregation corporation meetingin
Rev A. P. Howie Moot in, M! le .. Bow UIII)r. SHEET MUSIC DEPT "Fr 1111 Baked Qoodi Daily Interior A Eiterlor relations with the United by assassination, have wounded the church sanctuary at S
Sunday School 10 a.m. in the MuoiliiK* 'IM tin St. N. Ml. 114)2 Painting Decoratina States and there has been no and< killed Americans with pjn. on Sunday March 8.

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pastor Dr. Harland I U. Fig are Naples Federal Savingsand WallpaperingPnon settlement yet. bombs and bullets
Ml. 19732 P O. "a 1211 which only got its to
In Zanzibar,
Evening Service 7:80: p.m. Sunday School 9 a.m. 4z:1ea Tuesday night the Aloft bats themselves
f. Loan Association Nat. .*. ".. .da Independence from Britain last rioters guide
rayer Meeting Wed 8 p.m. Church Service 10:30: i\.m. MO Mh Ave., M. Ml. 2.H54lim's Dec. 10 but where the Arab States U complained the United means of echoes from their short,
Naples Laundry & following a pro-Turk.
Marathon Dredging Corp.Manna minority controlled the govern Uh line In attempts to settle the ultrasonic cries. Researchers
Cleaners, Inc. Sunoco Construction and black Africans revoltedJan. dispute
have found
ment fUn
on Cyprus that of the
where the some
Land DevelopmentMl
let! Ith .. a. Ml I J45J Lif'l u Ara Uud M iltlrMl .
This directory will appear rn tularly each week In the M ttstlunitt'H One Day" Service Available 1 CJ.J or t )47l Naoln, Fla.. t-4121 Hides, Flertdn' 12 and set up their own Cypriots, Greeks and the out. log bats markedly raise their

lou are urged to phone In or addition.. We Give Stamp leftist regime.The nuired Turks have .laugh. ound-repetitlon rates Just be-
Russians recognized their toned one another.
fore they dip to the water.

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Garden Club'sFlower Friday, March: 8, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

Harbor __: rt.i t
Show Is

t. Bow LineBY Open Emphasizing To Public the theme '

"World's Fair" the Ninth Annual "Retirement In Naples"After
Flower show sponsored by
NOUIE ROGERS the Naples Garden Club will be many long years of blood, sweat and tears,

Another lovely week here at quet from the altar. Then our open to the public tomorrow at We decided to retire, In our lavender years.

Naples Land-Yacht Harbor and gang, from Sunday brunch, sent the Woman's Club from 1 to To a land of sunshine with the ocean nearby,
nice folks him a note from each one -
more In 9
coming to p.m. To the and blue sky
enjoy sunsets pretty ,
anchor here written while they were having -
with us. Mr. and .i.irrua Special features will be exhi-
Mrs. E. Estab are here from breakfast after church. bits of bromeliads by Carib To tramp on the beaches, end do some fishing.Well .

Frostproof, Fla. They are What a lot of real pleasure, bean Gardens; orchids by the I might add it has been mostly wishing.

friends of the Homer Stevens', those little gestures bring, Naples Orchid Society! ferns
As much as we like to wel don't they? by Mrs. W.C. Hutchinson; anda I never knew we could be of such worthTo

come the new folks, It makesus Those of you who were not t compost by the Organic Gar- slight acquaintances from the north

a bit sad when we have to at the White Elepha sale j'tr den Club. They kiss you adore you, as they come to the door
the folks would never believe some of the 4 The show will aroundtwo "
say "Goodbye" who center And warble, "Who would want for anything more
1 and heard while
must leave and go back home things saw divisions, horticulture and
for the summer as Mr. and standing behind the table mark- artistic arrangements. They tell you about this beautiful land,

Mrs. Baldwin tell me they will ed; "All Items on this table There will be 13 sections in And it is then you see a bag In each hand.

do about March 4th. They go 25 cents". The first thing was the horticulture division Includ-
first to their home In Joliet, my worry about the large crowd. ing exhibits In annuals; per- Out comes a long story so full of woe

ilL then In May they will go pushing against the front door ennials; roses; bulbs, tubers, Such as "We just cannot find a place to go."
to Lake Osakls Osakls and windows, and what would corms, rhyzomes potted look their faces
at ,Minn., ; You shudder and weaken, as you in ,
until mid-September. We will happen to our mayor and Mrs. plants; hibiscus; crotons;
__ And tell them, they can stay at our place.
look for them back here early Staley when he cut tb.at ribbon. M. I flowering tree shrub or vine;

In November. Have a happy 1 couldn't see from where I COSTUME OPERETTAS are a "once a year" membership drive .ed-you just have to enjoy good vegetables and fruits; herbs; We hurry to empty our closets and move out of our beds

summer, kids. was but when the doors were high point of unique programs takes place next week, March music." Checks for membershipdues a special section for children Then try to think where we'll lay our poor heads.
Mrs. Poy Potts is much Improved finally opened the next thing presented by the world-famous 944. Membership dues are $7.50 should be made out to ttu r! and orchids.
and has returned home. I heard was when they apparently Vienna Choir Boys, Community for adults, $3 for students. Pat. 1965 Naples Community Concert Artistic arrangements will They tell us our cooking Is certainly great

We hope to see her walking a- hit the back wall and then Concert's :?2-volce 1965 headlln. rons pay $45.00 and receive four Association and either mailed Include soaring spires; spheresand And over and over pass their empty plateTo
fanned out over the floor. I er. To enjoy this and the three memberships. Membership Co. to Community Concerts, P.O.Box
round the textured facades
Harbor domes ; on be refilled. Your budget Is wreck!
again ; a
didn't see Archie after that other concerts that will be of. Chairmen Mrs. Henry B. 494, Naples, Fla.; or droppedoff
In looking through my B'day hope he and the others came fered during January, February, Watkins, Jr, and Mrs. John Pul. at the Bank of Naples, head. the green; Florida at the Fair; And you begin to take stock but what the heckl
file. I cannot find even one birthday ling have announced that all quarters for the membershipdrive. seared by summer: the jet age;
When Mrs. Meadors and March of 1965, It is neces. Alone the dishes do and those tired feetl
in out okay. you poor
MarchWha' and miniature ar
Hoppen! sary to join the 1965 Naples Com. music lovers are welcome to diminutive
But I did skip Mr. and Mrs. asked me to take charge of the join. "You don't have to be Invlt. "
munlty Concert Association The rangements.The You think to yourself, "Is this for a day or a week?
and 25 Items she said
Howard Imboden, who each hada 10 cent exhibition room will be
B'day in February the 14th I would need about four more ""- J..JI.u! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buschof open for entries tomorrow. at You get out clean towels, and change the bed,

and 18th. That explains the women to help me. 1 pickedout Hickory Boulevard have had 7:30: a.m., and all entries must You run to the grocer Ahl My poor head!

new bicycle in the driveway. Mrs. Paul Hanlon,who lives ercJvews Bonita10m as their guest this week, his be In place by 10:30: a.m. Pot In the following day these things we heart
here In the Harbor, Mrs. Ruth niece and husband and
Mr. Mrs. ted material maybe entered this Hey, why doesn't your Ice box contain some beer?
THROUGH RAIN... Holm, Mrs. Ruth Draper and Robert Murphy from Birmingham evening, a spokesman said.

Ye olde postmaster has been Mrs. H.B. Ruhl, all from Naples By RAE WEAR Mich. Also guests from Ribbon awards. will be blue They ask you things that you would never dare,

under the weather the past week and new auxiliary mem ;:. ,...."' '''.-.,. .....,--_- gatrear....._-"':""_.- samrw New Jersey Included Mr. and for first, red for second, yel- Such as "Where's your liquor or are you a square?"
and will be home for a few bers. Boy I Was I lucky I Mrs. Otto Molke of Forked low for third, and white for
more days with a bad case of They were all top salesmenand The new exhibition of paint- tlons, a fine arrayofgood clean River: Mr. and Mrs. John Slg- honorable mention. The decision "It's too early, I am not ready for bed."

bronchitis It sure keeps me even came down Thursdayto ings at the Library is an elo rummage, the Jewelry concession whatnot mund of Upper Saddle River: of the Judges will be final. "Where's your shampoo? I want to wash my head."
the book the
Six flow- counter,
his mark and set up tables. If quentpoemto Spring. and from Oradell,Mr. and Mrs. for other
busy, as doctor told me and of the They turn off your program some one,
In oil Lu Belkin tables course
er paintings by
to him and he heardIt. you had told me there was that George Bon and Mrs. F. Sherwood Admission
pamper And "What watching Is dumbl"They '
He much stuff within a thousand of Providence. R.I., and Palm larger Items will be auctioned. and Mr and Mrs. John Test saucily say you're

was very pleased on miles I wouldn't have believedit. Beach, Fla., make a charming The famed Al Nutgrass will Franz of Cutchogue, L.I., N.Y.,
when the
Sunday Presbyterian call the sale from 10 a.m. Will Be Given stay in the bathroom hours on end.
Church sent him the bou- We were all sold out by group. who plan next year to spend
lovely 11:30: and I know, Barnum was All of the flowers shown were until?? the entire season here. Here April 4th And to the neighbors house you wend your way.
gathered by Mrs. Belkln at her From the tim the sale begins An stomach calls for a potion,
100% right when he said, Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Guy Naples has been chosen as upset
Hospital ReportADMITTED "There Is ONE born every summer home at Providence. until near closing the Am-will have had as their guests this a testing center for the Secon- And a bad sunburn uses all your lotion.
The delicate blues and erican Legion Auxiliary
minute! People actually thank- purplesof week Mr. and Mrs. Cranston School Admission the time able to rest In chair
ed for the pansies and petunias and serve lunch In the building at Smith dary Program By you are a ,
me selling them a darn- J. from their hometownof
and an admission test will All the have settled themselves there.
nominal .
the delicate cost.SHRIMP
exquisitely qualityof a company
2.26. Elizabeth Coldle, Natlvl! ed good 10 cent article for 25 Quincy, Mass.. also Mr. and be given here Saturday, April
the wild flowers In the lar- SUPPER
dad Ayala, George Young Am cents! Finally we got down to Mrs. Joseph Lentlno from West
4. Announcement was made How they love to fish but have no gearl
Items that far ger painting have a great appeal There will be a shrimp sup- Medford Mass. who
Moon, Hazel Nickerson, John were just too are leav Edmond
for the local Methodist by Lowe High You loan them and live in fear
Craig, Thomas Mauro, Gertrude gone for any price so we put everyone.The per at ing Monday morning for St. School counselor yours
Carter, Cheryl Halloway, Carlisle them In a box and sold the box- pictures are appropriately Church on Wednesday, March Petersburg and then on to Pom- Lowe said the test is a"mostImportant That they will break it or throw it away

Frasu. es "AS IS" for 25 cents. framed with great taste. 11, from five to seven. pano Beach for the remainderof factor" Causing you to be without for many a day.
227. Frieda Mills, Wilbur F. All the gals told me they enjoyed Mrs. Lewis Welsh,an chairman On Thursday there will be a the season. determining

Williams, Neva Murphy, Bessie the experience because brought the exhibit from benefit card party given for the Friends family and more admission schools to Independent and advisedall secondary Well! that day does come and they are ready to go,
Thorp. seemed the Worth AvenueGallerles last sole benefit of our local Fire friends have been the ,
everyone so happy to on visit You'll hear something like this: "I 1 don't know
228. Janie Brown, Luclti parents interested In sending -
the because week and Mrs. Fay Bellendorf Department; men and women a- this week for
Brantley, William Wolverton,Rl buy for such things a good cause. it was assisted with the hanging. like are welcome. This will ing Mr,agenda and Mrs. SamWoolsey past at students to this type of how anyone could retire In a place like this,

chard 229.Lordy.Lois Benfleld. Marti El All the folks here In the Harbor On Wednesday, March 11, be held In the Woman's Club their home In Bonita Park, school for to contact him blanks.Immedia- It is nice to come to, and fun to see,

Its Joe Hutto, Jean King, Sofia are looking forward to our Wendy Welsh will have as her for a donation of $1.00, with a off of Dean Street. His nep- tely He application be reached by call- But all of this wasn't meant for met"

Vela, Lillie Urblna, Edna Parker St. Patrick's Dance at the Recreation guest on the "Books and People" large quantity of door prizes hew and wife, the C. T. Ing the may Senior High School at "I'd rather live where tall corn can grow,
Lenora Johnson: Janie Fre, Hall on March 17th. program Mr.KaySetchellof donated by merchants and Woolseys from Indianapolis and show"
Ml 2-6121. With swine, poultry, livestock to
Bonlta. They will speakof friends alike. There will also
derlck. There will be an orchestra'n Ind., are now completing their
31. Bell West, Rudy Diaz, everything. the Fire Dept. work and be table prizes and unusual refreshments -' new home here Mr. and Mrs. Board Requires After "shooting your wad" out of Inadequate pension,
Paul Lamartlne Hector Presos plans for the .
year.ANNUAL served.
VI and Newell Cornish, who R.L. Woolsey spent the past
Francis Morrow, Bernice Whld DINNER Ntnetv Review" Is More ClothingFor Their leaving does relieve some of the tension
are on our Welcome Committee "Gay ten days visiting the family
den, Hazel Banfleld. Raymond for the Harbor, brought me The ladies of St. Leo's Guild set for Friday and Saturday here. Also Mr, and Mrs. EmU WaitressesWINNIPEG And as they back out your drive calling:
32. Jesse ,
Errett, Gordon Hattersley Agnes 'some more birthday cards"'-' are sponsoring their second nights, March 13-14 In the local Ault have now returned to their "Bye, bye, my dear "

Glawack, Lamar Kachel!, DIana but still none for March. annual St. Patrick's Dinner on School Cafetorlum promptly home In Elnora Ind. Others Manitoba Liquor, Man.Control(AP-The Board We hear something that sounds like,
March 22
Palm Sunday, at
at 8 for donation of Include MrandMrs. H.P.Shir
Carlson Jerome Prather p.m. a
Hall put It up to the night spots: "I'll see you next yurl"WITH!
the the Trail
Jeanne Frey, Ramon Martinez,; POOL BECKONS Community on $1.50 for adults and 75 cents ley from Terre Haute, Ind., either five scantily clad wait
Octavlo Noleques. This warm weather makesour from four until seven for dona- for children It is sponsoredby Mr and Mrs.OrvtlleFolk.Mr. resses more maneuvering room APOLOGY
3-3. bane Sparks, Randall look tion of $1.50 for adults and the Ladles of the and Mrs. Raymond Fischer
pool very Inviting, so Auxiliary or make them wear more
Blbbee, William Payer, Jr., Johnny .. Jean Hobbs and 1 tried it out children under twelve 75 cents. local Fire Department for the from Clay City, and Mr. and clothta. Please read all of this with tongue In cheekAs

Plgford, Isabel Mohney, Henry yesterday. Jean made it all Tickets will be available after benefit of the Fire Department Mrs. ClIny Haslet, and grandson The aim west to discourage we love them all 'though they stay a whole week,

Kane, Majorle Klopp, Virgin the way in but I stopped on church on Sunday or at the Each Friday night there Is a Bob and family from Bloom- ilapper and pinchers," acorn What a dull life 'twould be with no friends to share

Klndelan, Mary Dobek, RalphDlnton the third step and somehow Braun's Fruit and Gift Shoppe social night at the St. Leo's field, Ind. The reaction of the mission spokesman said. This wonderful .city with all the fresh air,
William Parker, I
across from the Spa on the The deadline war March 1. So
I found and The of these folks here
Parish the Trail majority
myself backing up on on
Floyd Jones, Martha Rockman', Trail far three Winnipeg spots havedressed And sunshine, and beaches, on which to walk,
Frederick. out. No, not chicken -- but I same night, there's a shrimp their first visit would make a
Janle will be here all summer so The annual sidewalk auction platter at the American Legion good testimonial for the Cham- increase the the girls floor up rather than So, add all this up just to Idle talk
will be held on the Community donation of ber space per A Neapolitan
DISCHARGED why hurry things? Home for a of Commerce. customer*
2-25. Dorothy Klein Goldli When I read the book Hall grounds this coming 50 cents,thenonSaturday nightsat ---- .
Tyree, Dorothy Stevens, GeorgiYoung I "LET'S HAVE A HORSESHOW Saturday, March 7, beginningat the Community Hall, there's BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL AND
Linda Parker and bab y;, Iy I 10 a.m. It's the only money- These FOR ,
by Jimmy Seashole another games night. Dr. Tebeau Tc At
girl, Otho Furrer, Doroth;) never thought he and his nice making project held each year affairs are always open to the i Speak INDIVIDUAL INVISTORS-
for the
Savllle. sister Pee Wee, would be Bonita Springs Free public
227. Harry Dickinson, Phillip I right here In Naples Land- Public Library Clara and
The Rlghters
Savage, Claude Gray, Rober Yacht Harbor for the winter Have you donated all those Arthur from California, are Historical Soci ety Meet A. G. Edwards & Sons
LooneyEvelyn Chamberlain, Ell Mr. Seashole was the mayor unwanted items In house, gar- spending another vacation In and
eabeth Goldle and baby girl,Nail(. If have Stock Market Course
devoting age, utility room? not, while Wishes to announce a
vldad Ayala and baby girl, Robert .: of Lutz, Fla., but Is now them brought In the day of the around Bonita Springs Dr, Charlton Tebeau, head County Historical! Society at 8
March 12.
Harrelson, Lorraine Bonte.o all his time to writing. sale just here they are guests of Mrs. of the history department of the o'clock Tuesday night, March which will commence on Thursday,
228. Gertrude Carter, Caro]1 l He also writes for "National as early as possible. Edythe Mclaughlin at her home University of Miami,will addressthe 17, at the Naples Woman's Club, This "Introduction To Every Phase of Market Op

Canova, Juanita Johnson and bab;), Horseman". I have enjoyed There are the usual attrac- In Rio Vista Estates. annual meeting of the Collier. It war announced yesterday lie eration" is offered by Ann Harvey and will be
girl. talks about horses and hope will peak on "Florida In the
229. Brenda Milton, Lucilli I they come back next year. They dull War Years" of 10 weeks duration.

Brantley, Jane Martin, Lloyi d I will be leaving soon for the Demonstration Of Collage Dr. Tebeau Is the author of Conducted one evening a week at A. G. Ed.

Neal 34., Anna Wilbur Harris F. Williams, NevI L horse show in Tampa and from the history of Collier County and wards & Son's office at 643 5th Ave. South In
there on to Atlanta. If 1 am will have with him copies of his
Murphy, Dr. Edward Whlpple, lucky enough to go to the show I newest book, "They Lived in the the Peppard Building. The course Is offered at

Paul, Bell Lam artlne West,,Thomas Ann Zimmerman Mauro,,. in Tennessee again next fall. I Features Naples Art Meei'Park" and will autograph copies only 2500. Call .

Florence Lowery, Allen Wright,: will look forward to seeing these of the book bought at the meetingor

32.! Francis Morrow, Addlsoi I nice folks there. When 1 went bought from other sources A. G Edwards & SonsAt
Miller, Lois Benfield and bab ny; down to say good-bye to them Mrs Charles F. Green of the nars, Hyannis, Mass; studied un. iota; Fort Myers Beach Art As,> Action la expected to be taken ,
,. 1 met Woodrow Garrett the Fort Myers Beach Art Also. der Donald Staltenberg, Boston, soclatlon Show and South West; at the meeting on two proposalsone
boy, John Craig, William Wol ,
elation will give a demonstra. Mass., and Victor Candell at Florida Annual. to eliminate the office of Ml 24121 For Exalt Detail.
verton, Lenora Johnson. broadcaster at the Shelbyvllle ttpn of collage painting at the Cooper Union, N.Y. She has e.. The Naples Art Associationmembers i secretary and substitute a
3$. Marta Ellis and baby boy, Show and who Is rated
tops asM.C. Naples Art Association's monthly hlblted and won prizes at the who are exhibiting twc I corresponding secretary: and ail
Frelda Mills, Ann Moon, Bossli I of all the large horse at March --. ...----- ..-- ---- -
meeting 8p.m.Tuesday, following shows t The Cape Cod paintings are asked to bring the recording secretary and the
Thorpe LUlle Urbina, AUeei I shows around the country Mr. 10. Art Association where she won paintings for the exhibition to UN i other proposal! is to establish
Pott, .Janie Frederick, Kennetl I Garrett is the head of Consolidated Mrs Green was prize winner the Breswald Van Dyke Memo. Naples Woman's Club Saturdaj y r honorary directorships Is con. i
Floyd Jones. Brands, that furnishes at the recent Southwest Florida rial Award in 1963; Provlncetown morning March 7th at 9 a.mThe ,> templated that honorary dlrec.
BIRTHS ribbons and supplies for the Exhibition Art Association juried show;The member show will be) or i tors will be advisory In charac. 'CHh 1))
shows rils home Is Whites- The Naples Art Association Invitational at Falmouth, Mass; exhibit to an open house showing:; ter and will be appointed by a
227. Mr. and Mrs. Coral eI I 1 laying will have Its annual members Florida State Fair Show at Tarn on March 15 at the Woman')s majority vote of the board of
W. Cold!., baby girl; Mr. and I burg Ga. Just as was juries show on dt.splayThe prize pal; South Coast Exhibit at Sara. Club from 2 p.m. to 51 JO p.m. directors of the organization. I
Mr. Mrs. Wright -am
Mrs. Jose H. Ayala, baby girl winning paintings of the showas :
229. Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Thompson who are neigh- Judged by Mrs. Green and -

Ellis, baby boy. bors, came over to Invite them Mrs. Frederick N. Eng of Fort Arthritis Medical ". .,.I.lo.
34. Mr. and Mrs Marvin Ben for a breakfast of Virginia-- Myers will be exhibited. The Jt mlautu Nor* tl Na,. tte Trail
Bursitis Kkrtat Uislh.r.yNeurhis
field, Jr., baby boy. oops 1 mean Georgia -- ham local Art Association will have
3.2. Mr. and Mrs. William A hot biscuits and strawberry Pat Eng and Evelina Green a* Ultra Hound
Whldden, baby boy; Mr. and Mr:;. That's what we- judges since each of them Is an Overweight Hot 1'irki Known ForExcellent j
David W. Frey, baby boy. Minnie
active organizer of art actlvl.
,. all mean by 'Southern Hospitality' Sciatica Food!
33. Mr. and Mrs.Robert Kind ties and consistent prize winnerIn Trtrtio: !
-- honey chile I III!l
Ian, baby boy. local and out of state exhl. Mrdco: Hom ., i

GATOR DISH bits.Evelina
Green, as she signs
Elite Prep School Well, I promised you an unusual her paintings, studied at the NOW SERVING IN THE -

Doesn't Want Ban recipe didn't I? PLANKED school of Applied Design for

ALLIGATOR Ayounggentie Women, New York; The Art Students .
Against FloggingETON one preferably. Be sure League New York; AmerU D Villa Bonita Room"The
'gator Is thoroughly eviscerated. can Beaux Arts School Pontalna! e
England (AP) ,L One nice new pine plank blue, France; and Is at present t
sampling of students at Eton;; of proper length and width. studying with Robert McFarland, Dining Room with the Atmosphere"
Britain' most fashlor
one Sarasota. She has exhibited and
able prep schools, shows tni 11 Rub well with garlic, grease won prizes at the following ex. 10 mile* Daily Specials Cf
tower than one In four of th e well with country butter, hlbltlons The High Museum, At. Health 75
young gentlemen want flog gy:r sprinkle with salt, pepper and lanta, Ga; Florida Federation of Resort North on 41 Starting at f t

abolished. favorite spices. Stuff gator with Art Show; Florida Sate Fair
A few lashes with a cane I. almonds, brazil nuts, stale Show at Tampa; South Coast Ex.
standard punishment for wrongdoers ;. bread and grated llmberger hlbltlon Sarasota; Manatee Art Complete

at the school, tralnln I cheese. Now tie gator to plank, League; Fort Myers Beach Mem.
Bath For the benefit of the o' the dog track,
ground of Britain' social an eS put In oven and bake for three bers Show; Wllllamsburg Gal. Vibra Mineral Springs patron

political elite. hours at moderate heat. Remove lery, Beloit, Wise., and the Flo. Sauna Steam Room our dining room will open on Saturday at 5 p.m.

from oven, throw rlda Southwest Exhibition.
Ever add some apricot pri the gator and eat the plank Pat Eng studied at the Decor. Scientific Massage
serves to the sliced apples whc n dova and Dana Museum at Lin.
you ere bating a pie T Bye now coin Mass; Abstract Art Semi.

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: ':; ::8JI By HAL BOYLE

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1964 .. I; all his life, a flamboyant mix.
i ys "' '
y i J r \ : : :i AP) Michael ture of carnival and culture.

Which Side Of You're On V if NEW YORK set( out to fill tshoes Michael smokes two to three
Depends On Fence s. ( Todd Jr., has he admires cigars a day speaks softly
,; I of the man likes to read philosophy. At 29

Just a few weeks ago it was announced increases for Congressmen from $22,500a ry' most-his father.Mike Todd one of he holds a degree from Am.
The late
that President Johnson had indicated llr colorful showmen heist Is married and has five
year to $32,500. Cabinet members, America's most children.

to President Meany of the AFL the vice president (whoever he turns out e won his first at big the success 1939 Michael doesn't have to start

CIO that unions should limit their pay to be) and other government officials with New York a production World's Fair of "The from empty pockets. He and his

raise demands to around 5%. More recently also are scheduled for raises of over Hot Mikado" a Jazz version of share stepmother the rights Elizabeth Around Taylor the,

at the union convention at Miami 5%. the Gilbert and Sullivan operet. World In 80 Days," a Todd.pro.

Beach, Meany indicated the unions will NEcoaz47.4ct tat to add to duced film which Is one of the
No one begrudges a member of Con ,4. His son Is hoping alUlme makers.
be bound the President's same
not by sugges- 8 S the family name In the
in with his '. A note of filial admiration
tion. gress a salary keep position.But MOTOR place. He Is producing a mod.
with all the talk coming NNO.Srt,Y I ernlzed minstrel show at thisyear's creeps Into Michael's voice
economy u
Whether whenever he mentions his
Meany's statement was World's Fair. fath.
based on his knowledge that members of from Washington, and passage of a tax \ : "- "' I, "We're New breaking York new groundby ere
that I'n "To my dad, money was only
cut literally demands penny pinchingby going back 100 years. The
Congress are scheduled to raise their something to make and
the administration and minstrel show Is an original spend
own salaries by about 44% this year is Congress :. American art form. If It hadn't not to save," he said.
every other group with authority to spend { deroga. "He Is the only man I know
a moot question However, Meany must bogged down by being
taxpayers' it somewhat out L, would still be who lost a racetrack while bet.
have concluded that union members money, seems tory to Negroes, It
the horses. He
ting on bought a
would not feel kindly toward him, or of character for Congress to vote itselfa b popular"The cast Todd said.Is Integrated. track In California and lost It

the union, If their own wage Increaseswere whopping 44% pay raise. Perhaps There'll be no burnt cork. the same year gambling on
Congressmen believe in the old with his own horses at another track.
saying Everybody comes
limited 5 if
to % Congressmen are \ "He perfect
was a father an
will be up.todale.
I Ir face. The humor
"Do as I not as I do :
to be allowed a whopping 44% pay say ." absolute rock. He recognized

boost. living costs have gone up only The bill to authorize the salary Increases His words had the flavor of that I was an Individual, just as
he knew he was an Individual
bombastic ,
about 15 per cent since Congress last is well along its way to passage. j jf' personality his famous but father's Michael makesno and he never tried to force me

boosted its salaries in 1955. It will be interesting to note who votes attempt to Imitate his fath. Into any pattern.

The Johnson spending budget, which for it when it reaches the floor, for it er's pitchman eloquence.Mike "He firmed up for me a set
of values I hope will keep me
the President handed Congress in Janu- will certainly open the door to exhorbi- \ and during smoked high 20 cigars school a day or. happy the rest of my life, and I

ary, included $455 million to cover pay tant wage demands by the unions. ganlzed a college of bricklaying don't know what more a father
I "
:. He was a verbal fountain can do for a son.

. Girl Scout WeekThis .. .

area Is fortunate In that It has Girls begin their scouting experience at

an excellent Girl Scout with age 7 in the Brownies and progress ;; .. kgw :
program t.; : \. : .... .I, ;; lll : TheseAltarNets
able anddedicated leadership. It is to through the Juniors, Cadettes, and fin : Try 1

the Seniors for 15 through 17. _ _rM M _ _._ MM-a-m_-_._.!!._._ "ill
be hoped that this will be suitably recognized ally girls

during Girl Scout Week, which this The responsibility of keeping Girl TODAY IN HISTORY LETTER '

year will be observed March 814. It Scouting alive and vital falls on the vol. -w

will be the 52nd birthday of the Girl untary troop leaders and local scouting FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGOB To The ==::

in communities across the y Florida Library & Historical Commission ;
Scout organization. organizations
Civil War Centennial Committee EDIX0'R.-- / By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP
country. These women deserve every N,wsf.otur.s Writer
Girl Scout troops across the nation -- - - - - - - - -
recognition. Let's give it to our own "" Of course you want hn tt to marry you because he
last In four
organized new
year were here in Collier County during Girl Scout March 6 Admiral SEND THE NEWS all else
levels instead of the former three. Bailey reports the successful loves you. Hut if fails you might try landing
age Week. results of two expeditions recently fitted out from the Editor, Collier County News him with any of these eight altar hooks>>:

U.S.S. Tahoma for the purpose of destroying silt works Please send me the Collie I r I 1. lie can save on taxes According to Sen. Eugene
News for six months.
t--- W ,
W St. Marks. The
!',<:; .,. 'V" near following property was destroyed: am enclosing check. McCarthy of Minnesota th c .singleton is taxed almost!
; it.
.x',0'N'v' : 390 salt kettles, J2 sheet.iron
'" boilers 170 brick and stone As I skid through the Ice ant j Nice the amount of marriedI

furnaces, 150 pumps,, wells and aqueducts f f store houses snow ((6 Inches) the News wll uiuples ........ /': \
us houses and shanties, 60 sheds and stables 6,000 bushelsof bring Naples somewhat close r 2. He'll get ahead in business c i, 'I.;:)

tI salt, a large number of axes, shovels, and hoes a car. and, of course, make me sorr:p faster The personnel manager I
penter shop complete with tools a fishing house, 600 I am not there now. prefers to promote the "nettled" I.Fr I
.. . . . .. bushels of corn, and 350 cords of wood, In addition, the This year will be our fourtt II (lor saddled) man with a wife. it' \\tr 5.ci7 \ '.

tal; OPINION expedition captured 5 large wagons 18 mules and sets of trip to Naples, so until then aJ t who wants things, kids who need ,..-," '
least I read what Is braces, and a house with a _. .
can golni
Universal Fact harness 2,500 Ib. of bacon, 2 horses saddles, and bridles, on. mortgage to be paid off Thus he t,.:... .. / -rrO/n <

The Big Giveaway Just because a dollar may end up In about 1,000 head of cattle, and 1 prisoner, G. R. Paul, Frank Coffman has a houseful of incentives, and! \ .'"c'':: -._... tlA7n

outer apace does not mean that it goes a government agent. Bailey estimates the value of the Clarksburg W. Va, isn't afford to job-hop. I,......, <'IS'"
Too many people are cheerful givers farther these days. above property at not less than two million dollars. A e..ara 3, He'll get more \otes With "
only when they get a chance to hand out second expedition destroyed government works at Goose rare exception, the polities!
free advice Creek which were being protected by a Confederate cavalry machine favors! a candidate with
-TH" wtri (HAWAII) NEWS ftft company, whose pickets the Federals succeeded in eluding. a wholesome American family u: '
.... Editor Collier
County News, image with, wife pour al| '
I Twelve prisoners were broughroff, one, the captain of an Upon hearing many adults express teas and shake hands ut receptions '..,.....-: p
infantry company raised for coast services. The following their degrading opinion of und ragged-toothed, -..... .. '

others say property was destroyed 2,000 bushels salt, 3 corn cribs teenagers smoking, 1 decidedto freckled offspring to grin in the

: ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS containing about a thousand bushels a large quantity of put forth my opinion. Sunday tabloids family name. and fortune il un\
.V hay and fodder a blacksmith shop and tools a carpenter I am a senior at Naples High 4 He'll rent a room more Here you have a chance to ofl

shop 'and tools, 165 kettles and pans, 43 large boilers of School and 1 do not smoke, readily landlady prefer to rentto him an immortality of sorHsomething

Self Help For Cancer ? about 800 gallons capacity each, 98 brick furnaces, 9 nor have I ever smoked. I couple a potentially than to a single noisy man battling who! only a wife can d,'.

wagons! and carts, and 20 sets of mule harness. believe I am as much, or more, "might throw wild parties, and 7. He/ might live longer

Discovery of a substance in cancers and not have cancer will reject cancer cells Federal Brigadier General Truman Seymour from his against It than most adults are. goodness knows, may nc\er get According to 'Insurance > ,Kiipan
who tolerate headquarters at Jacksonville asks General J W. Turner 1 can do nothing about it .- around to washing up the dishfs statistics the mortality lair
(in cancer patients that may explain why One does have cancer will aged .
U. but the adults of this the sink," among men
S. Chief in If there
of Artillery that the he has town is any thing
patients cannot cope with the disease may injected cancer cells for a prolonged period guns requested 44 IH double the rate for .king,
be CAN] than ,
e "sent here without delay There is abundanceof worse a single man a a
suggest ways of bolstering the patient'snatural even when these cells come from now an 1 believe tenant, t'n men Twenty per cent more 'tin'
labor here too much time Is ) a single woman'!
defenses against it. The substancewas patient with another form of cancer. to move these guns and, what is of more married men die ofcardiovasc ul ,
moment, the moral effect the people derived spent on discussion of whetheror 5. He'll\ avotd the draft. ,
upon country diseases and the numbersingle
discovered by a husband and wife The Grahams are making a detailed re "
not the students
from the presence of large guns! as an assurance of their should wear Last year seleitrVe: service widowed and Jit ore.:d
research team, Drs. John B. and Ruth M. port in the June issue of Surgery, Gynecology boards
will bermudas to school. It has decided to overlook
permanent be of value. men die of tuberculosis four
occupancy great : 11
Graham, at Roswell Park Memorial. Institute and Obstetrics. They believe thevhave been Jraft-age married
recently reported that Naples men on times greater.
in Buffalo N. Y. isolated the chemical agent that Is one of the few schoolsIn list\ Hut this situation could 8. He may avoid having a lonel)

It has long been known that some pa. suppresses the self-defensive immunity' the state of Florida to allow change at any time and if that' old age.pamonship.

tjents in advanced stages of cancer are against foreign tissues. The hope is that bermudas to be worn to school. the reason he married you, it he'll have a nurse
deficient in the immunological reactions this will lead to the discovery of a coun GEMS OF THOUGHT Now I ask you "How would serve him right housekeeper cook, purthasmi.

against foreign tissue On the other hand, ter-agent that will help the patient cope schools allow students to many 6, He might have an heir agent and accountant all for

the .studies showed! that persons who do with his own cancer.St.. There Is no( such thing as cigarettes let alone carry Marriage in the only legitimau the price of a marriage license
Reform only yourself, for 1 In and socially: acceptable way ti IIF- MIGHT rVFNLIKf HUNG:
the without
reforming mass reforming
Augustine. Record_ doing that do everything them on campus" At least perpetuate his
-- u the individuals who( you own image hj MXRKirD.

Community tidings pleasure compose it Ward Beechcr -Michel de MontaigneA slacks shorten your and life bermudas span. don't Why

I I -Henry man who reforms himself not Improve something that may WASHINGTON AND"SMALL
Tomorrow ['11 reform, the fool has contributed his full chare save the lives of our futures
dues say; Today Itself too late towards the reformation of hi adults

for local newspaper. to report. the wise did yesterday neighbor -Norman Douglas It Is ridiculous to encour- BUSINESS"y I
Benjamin Franklin
_. ._ .......... age smoking In high school. C. WILSON, HARP"Inspiring
NEVER know what the ringing Is on the other end of the telephone, "
"IYE That Is
this telephone on our news desk but space Is at a premium some weeks \,? :i :f;.::;:::: ti ; ;> T' < .:/1111iit1IlmJ. |I when a particular precisely portion what Is of done the une or me most distasteful at. on
others to hang
will mean. Sometimes we'd be Just as and we often find ourselves In teal school Is aside for smok- tributes
set of contemporary Amercan until
help arrived.
happy if we had Ignored it-and other trouble at deadline time. Sit1RT AROMAS
ing between clas ses and at noon. Is found in the programof See
times it is a real pleasure! Personal nl'ws-thl' del iemits sweets AESIR: RESALE: How many students would planned character assassma. Thus he I Is a perfect target

There's something special about fuch of accomplishment, success and ndvancemcnt GROVEL TITLE I smoke If there was no one to lion waxed( by the nvant gardeof Because to the strange mind
birth ACROSS BAKE 5 REA D the left wins whenever a tar of the 'left winger It doe not
things as announcements engagements -plajs a bin role In hometown 22. Fondle watch them' This is a real get presents Itself set
G EL.I I 0.. well for Americans lo open'ly
and stories that tell of I. Minor D UAL
us it
life and we want for this: piper: 23 Siorch: : problem the school board see profess a belief In the Almighty -
the achievements of the folks in We hope our readers will feel fire to 5. Old hontA 24: City olfia.il ERR. W'A IC t 5 0 S should work on and remove .\ new target hat been set It might disturb the

Springfield. For Instance we know call, be patient with 'our timing. and drink 27 Uhlrx28 .- Nt.l MATTE 5 l V p smoking as a "status symbol"at up. and!It w III 1 atheistic mentality or the com
I. without asking when a grandparent encourage! others to share their pleasures 10 Point oipo| Br\cr calls us about the first grandchild! through this (community weekly. site the zenith 29. iJguure S CAN. S N A R L. .. .'Ing.! distasteful well .1if the world that America I Is composed '

Usually in a very dignified vqice they 11 Charon 33 Knowledge 1 ION'I A. T R A '1E L. Ann Rex Nichols to walih how .1 of nod-rearlnl'see people
Some folks in
town are enjorln unusual
? -
give us the details but we know from, hobbies have vowel collections fee 34. !Suspend POT A TO. t.J t. R V Naples, Fla they seek lo ) And then of course there II l
experience they would like to shout 13, Colelen' 35 Suncvor s S T A I. E R S E R G E to about des f the real shocker in Capt Rick
f the news from the rooftop rather than taken faraway Jaunts to distant breasted troying an enbacker background He entcrcd .
wait for a weekly newspaocr to tell places--or are making! unmet hints out trumpeter 36. OmuTc.1 SOLUTION OF YISTIRDAY PUZZII TodaylnWashington Image into the competitive hurly
arrival! of the ordinary, and we would like 14 HTicae-iou S's ( burly of the air transportation
this community about the new : 38. (lulu) ,iii .
to feature them in our pnizm Tim is ?nt1'1 .lUnderrr there business. starting in its pioneenng
Some so humbly introduce their Petition pronouncing I is no doubt
era und developed' quitea
not ostentatious display to he In the 3. Pined
calls by saying-"I don't know if this 16. Decamp 40 Ct'ffmon I Young By The thrt C.pt successful. efficient airlineSSS
news this Is sharing pleasures and \smided 6. Hautbov r.<1ell,' *.. w. ...'a.'
18. B ol 41 black baiked!. Rick
Is: news or not but and then go ) way ASSOCIATEDPRESS
on to tell us about an award scholarship talents that may bo in-pnation for 19 Hailed und 4i Burro gull 7. lIrt'fy enb'lehf'r. the flying) : ace if Thus he In a big target because
others: mowed 4J Small bktum 8, Newlvhatched An 11 t.ns In World War I has with the same courage
or promotion. Of course this Is Springfield (I'a) Press 21. Monarch barracuda Border\ : Ion!; been a hero of youth and determination that markedhis
news what makes residents happy salmon All JET Secretary of Defense See heroic service to the nation
and proud should be shared with Thus he U he built a successful business
KIAOIIVn: THE TOP I J. S' 7 oS J ,. lUrmonU' Robert S. McNamara says the a perfect large.
friends and neighbors, and a hometown fx. ?, : .f new All long.range jet alrcrtf t For In his long told dawn pan No left winger likes anyone who
A \\bitfr Park woman, MrsFdward 'Ins trots can build
ores landers a business
is the place to let it IZ disclosed by President Johnsot In Insecure
newspaper I. 1/
10 .\rrUIIIJ
E. Glmon recalls when fI)Inr SS.
contraption of
be known. Is designed for Interception mis. day
President Lyndon Johnson was a ,r 12 Platform he demonstrated to the world And now CapRiekl'nbacker
We are grateful for the many telephone janitor at Southwest Texas State 17 I llmdjiiuc slons. mat \merlcan courage and re has retired to spend the years
calls and letters we receive regarding Teachers College and mopped the r 20 heroic His reply to a news conference sourcefulness demand* respect left to him by the Providence
'4 .
editorials, features and special floors where she walked as a student s r4 pur in questions Thursday was In And thus he U, a target, be- he believes in to promote the
In 192T, tended to quiet speculatloi rouse In the eye* of the left renewal of the American spirit
and folks who take 21 I .enile;
items thank the 1' ZO La
that the 2,000 mile an hoar r wing. old fashioned patriotism of free enterprise patriotism
the time to tell us. We're not offended There Is nothing wrong with 2Jeicali: barked see
one bit by criticism either-only by being a janitor particularly 'If p,/ II i) 2t reaior the plane Central was designed for use b y a desirable up with thing action to flaunt In not br. He believes In the American' ,
you HIV a good janitor. And we Uh Intelligence Agenc
: experience in thin business does one :25 Offensive fore the world system. He li opposed to for ,
< t that when Lyndon Johnsonwas 14 if tt ki as a spy-tUne to replace the elgn give
: Is op'posed
reach success, and we want to know janitor at Teachers Collegehe proldd famous U2.CRIME S.S to awaya. lie
the reaction of our readers-b it good was the best janitor ever seen 11 'I Jillr 26 llvalte y'wdRthe W.or II. ullhuu'h sovereignly giving. away American

; or bad. In those parts 27shrn CLIMB: FBI figures lie *hen most mn *
Our biggest problem, Is that of pelting No man has any reason to feel H J1 29 Imperfeetl\' show a 10 per cent Increase In engaac he !again'd In military activities, In short dom left wing view

all the news in print and many ashamed of hi. profession or occupation 30 Emerge crime from 1962 to 1963, with! In the course served of his nation. And taunt l hr w ? dangerous man
long as it Is legal and J' J 7 Jol J. crimes against primarily au doing, he S. .
so 31 Cloth was
turns article lire laid over for one or 'Insert t 'el down In the !South ,.
honorable and he renders an honest responsible for the rise erne P: Rut 'in the months ahead M

j two weeks With U: to 10 pane( tub 32 Blltsful 1\th others in the aircraft I the
a .,
smear mounlsa
fl .
I d,ty s work Auto thefts and larcenies increased t'fl. and I I I campaign
loid it is not possible to "just add a Rut the thing to remember planT H per cent and bur du"'uv and survived toitiiou n ling ar .4lnt' Cap Rlrkenbacker,
two" for the overflow More 34 Chief an ordeal In It will be to bear 'I"
or 4} o Important
page about America Is that a man who glades 9 per cent. The numberof *n raft before
ti printing is done In multiple of four.This started\ nut mopping floors can :37 Ugt>'J.. aggravated assaults Jumped Anti ills! unwavering with mind that he backed his beliefs"

t "bulging at the ueams" Is difficult rise 10 the hlchesl office In the Ii' I'll.' *.'..,.... British king 8 per cent, robberies S per cent Supreme Being U r.'lcllr'l let thlllle courage He was a "doer.
I. explain when an irate reader 'IxmlOilnivlo' \ S'ntincl Par Simi 30 min. 39. Edge: and murders 1 per cent. With'"''.' being. the major with a who erllk-lse come P
-"' lhNtiIw.e IMP,......., _0_ comparable record.



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Friday, March 6, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

News From
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BY ;due GloverMI .

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Have you noticed the water tank Is "Mr. Hospitality" himself FT4 Bethune
at By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP songs Oft Sunday's snow .
that Is being built, just off the Lake Kelly and many people are Comedlan'Jerry Van Dyke, who
Trail In East Naples? This happy to see him so hale and Tofessor' Harold Boggs olOayton Writer disappeared quietly from "Tha
tank when completed will Ohio, spoke at the First NEW YORK (AP) Regis
pro. hearty once more. Toomey is celebrating this Judy Garland Show" will playa
vide more pressure and make The Norman Relnertsons spent Baptist Church of the Immoka- month his 35th anniversary as dramatic role : his first on
possible extension of the city last Saturday at Miami Beach I lee Community. His programwas a cop. The March 26 "Perry "Mason>*'

water lines In East Naples. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jack enjoyed by all and finan- Over those years he has Ed McMahon has NBC's per.
The East Naples Civic Assocla. Vlenberg who were In Miami ces raised totaled $97.00. served as patrolman detective mission to continue as host on
lion met Tuesday night at the 'Beach on vacation from Canada. "Your Club Ten Years From uniformed man, plainclothes., "Missing Links" when it moves

Shadowlawn School and the film Nile Engvold, uncle of Norman, Now': was the theme of stalk man, captain and commission. to ABC. But ABC is consider.
entitled, "Never So Tall", was who Is visiting the Reinertsons Ing Dick Clark for the sub. The
by Mrs. Ida Baker of Fort er. He often has taken leave of
shown by Sheriff Doug Hendry. iso accompanied them on their latter has a contract and must
Myers before members of the the force to be a private eye,,
The meeting was well attended, trip. Mr. Engvold is vacationingfrom chief be paid even after his hort.
a investigator an
Soclal but It you missed the film Schenectady N.Y.A Domingo
you investigator and a news lived game show, "Tha ObjectIs"
really should see It If and whenIt brlthday supper honoring Installation services Sunday, disappears.
is shown again. This film Mrs. Russel Duncan was held March 1. She specifically paper reporter.After all this experience Recommended weekend view.

has been shown In many cities at the home of Mr. and Mrs. challenged the group to the Toomey today Is a mere detec., Ing
throughout the state and the na. Richard Redenbaugh. Present efforts "
following tlve sergeant, running errandsfor Tonight-"Route 66, CBS
tlon. It is a unique effort by were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reden. 1. Aid to deprived children, that rich, glamorous, girl 8:30.9:30: o.m. fESTV-First of a

our Sheriff's Department and one baugh and son Jack, Mrs. Blen. dental care, scholarships, etc. chasing intrepid captain of 'twp ...part_.episoda which willwind
of which all of Collier Coun. llna Hyndman, and Mr. and Mrs. 2. Aid In helping citizens homicide, Amos Burke, who up the long-playing adven.
ty may well be proud. Russell Duncan. ture series
become aware of the right to weekly solves a case on ABC's"Burke's
East Naples Civic Association Recent visitors of the C. Paul Law." Saturday "The Defenders"
President Bill Edwards spoke on Backus family are Mr. and Mrs. vote. CBS 8:30.9:30 p.m. "Judg.
Toomey, an open-faced man,
some of the major Mr. and Mrs. 3. Self-Improvement through "
accomplish. Joseph Adams with white hair and twinkling men Eve, written by Reginald
ments In the past, such as the Edward Wilson and children, and participation In these projects. blue eyes Is a performer who Rose, about jurors in a murder
mosquito control .project the as. Mrs Ray Wilson, also of Indiana. The program was well attended never has objected seriously to trial.
soclation carried out, the Fire polls. Mrs. Ray Wilson is the w k.. by persons of the communityand Hollywood's typecasting It has Sunday-"20th Century." CBS
Department, and announced that mother of Mrs. Backus and Mrs. thanks from the club for worked out fine for him. When 6.6:30 p.m. takes up traffic
water control would be the project Edward Wilson is her sister. those participating to make the Hollywood producers need a problems in major cities of the

for the coming year. The in.law. Mr. Adams the brother 4' program a success.Accompanying cop, they automatically ask for world; "The Hell Walkers,"
East Naples Civic Association Mrs. Backus is a frequent vlsl. "' Mrs. Baker Regis Toomey. NBC, 10.11-John Mills and

has been asked to assistin tor of Naples. were her two children, both of "I've worked almost steadily Curt Jurgens In a suspense
getting a street light or traf. Don't forget to attend the rl. ..wy Lest Fort Myers. since 1929" the actor said. /drama set In post.NaU Car
flc control at the intersection of vlval meeting that begins Sunday C e eOn "Once In awhile I've been castas many
Shadowlawn and the Trail and morning at 11 a.m. at the East the a villain, but mostly I've
are working on this. Bill Edwards Naples Baptist Church. Every. Wednesday, Domingos been a policeman although
would like to remind residentsof one is cordially Invited. played the Dethune Varsity sometimes a bad one."
East Naples that this is the Girls Team in a basketball He played his first policeman NAPLES

time of the year for collection HARMONY SHORES NEWS game. Basketball membersare In "Alibi," with Chester Morrisin
of dues, and the money is need. Mrs. Clifford; Cowing of Har. back from the district tour 1929 the first all.talking
ed to purchase material to be mony Shores entered the Home. nament held In Fort Pierce, gangster movie. Since then he GARDEN
used on the civic building Rad. stead Hospital as a patient Mon. February 27,28, and 29. Both has done 225 movies.

lo Road. The possibilities for day. It Is hoped that she will boys and girls teams were defeated "Burke's Law" is his fifth SPOT
this building to the community, return to Harmony Shores soon. Mlyli I, on Thursday night when television series, and he's beenan
when completed, is Immeasur Winter residents of Harmony r they played West. officer In them all. lie has
able. Dues are only $1 a year, Shores are starting to leave for Key also done guest shots in more

' so why not join this progressive their northern homes. Mr. and s e e than 135: shows. e . fi0
,/ organization and take part Mrs. L. E. Jones left for La. "It's been a good busy life,"
in your community. And you Porte Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. r Quiet reigns on the Bethune he said complacently. "But once
who are members, remember Charles Hott left for Winamac, campus these days as six In a while It would have been
your "dues are due." Ind.Spending weeks' examinations are being nice If I could have gotten the YOUR LOCAL
the month of March t given out. The old adage, We girl at the end."
RECREATION AREA at Harmony Shores are Mr. and q r didn't have this," Is being whis- "Burke's Law" has provedone GROTONEDEALER
> didn't know that a recrea Mrs. George P. Schmidt, Har. pered all around. of the season's more popu.
tion area was being developed: wlch, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. E.T. s e a lar series this season and will

in East Naples, did you. It's Pidgeon, Splceland Ind., Mr,and The sport of baseball Is quite return for another year of hap.
a Joint County, City effort with Mrs. T. Hooey Manchester, elvdent around the as py homicide.
the property in the city but ac. Conn., Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gar. campus Sargent Shrivcr will not be
middle sized balloonsizedand
cess is through the county. The rlson Dayton Ohio. able to keep his "Meet thePress"
area lies south of Jackson's Fish Visiting friends at Harmony pint sized swing the Instruments date on NBC Sunday. ee e . .
Camp on the East side of the Shores this week are Mr. and of the game to and Ed Sullivan has Steve Law.

bay. When completed there will Mrs. Arthur Cherry, Sun City, fl'o. not only on the diamond, ranca, a smash in Broadway'snew
be a picnic area and boat ramp. Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. H. Chris. SECOND PERFORMANCE of the Naples Jaycee minstrel but up and down the corridorsand musical "What Makes 467 Fifth Ave So.
The emergency number your tensen; Battle Creek, Mich and In the rooms. A few heads Sammy Run 7" doing some MI 2-2840
East Naples Fire Department Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Turver, 1 will be held at 8:01 tonight at the Naples Junior have been substituted for the

is 2.7511. If you don't have a enla, Ohio.Enterta1n1ng. High School Auditorium with the final show tomor ball. Keep up the practiceand Legion Auxiliary ..

card with this number be sure guests this past row night In the photo above is shown a sectionof we're bound to win some-
to put this number In your phone week are Mr. and Mrs. Guy
directory. If you live in East Witherell, Mr. and Mrs Roy the chorus line, featuring the Jaycee Wives Rock. thing even if it's a knot on Donates Flags. TRf W''t

Naples and have a fire It will Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. David ettes under the direction of Nancy Dun. Music for the noggin.S e e To Local Schools 4
only cause delay if you call the Stiles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hud. time to feed
wrong fire department and If another son, Mr. and Mrs. George An. most of the minstrel Is provided by the combo in The juniors and seniors are Twenty-two members and I

department answers the call, draws, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth the center picture, composed of Don Holzhausen, left, in serious study for the drama- guests of the American Legion amazingGROTONE .

your East Naples department will Thompson Residents are happyto on the trombone, Mrs. Hazel Young at the piano, tic work to be presented,tentatively Auxiliary met at the home of
have to reimburse the other de welcome Mr. and Mrs. 221 2nd a II
March 23. Title Is Mrs. Don Q. Wynn,
with the In lower Is
and Dick Cole banjo. picture
partment. So to make It better Kenneth Trenholm and Mr. and "Don't Darken My Door," by Ave. N., Wednesday night. .
for yourself and your commun. Mrs. Herman Plro back to Har. Endman Gerald Kelly, one of the show's soloists. Anne Coulter Martens. It Is The meeting was opened by : PELLETS .

ity be sure to keep this numberat mony Shores. (NEWS photos) three-act President Grace McCool folIowe3"by -
a comedy guaranteed
hand.... ,", .' PALM TREE PHILOSOPHYl u with thiBPrtad .
make scream with laughter. l .a frfyfbfCMplain -
I had a call from Al Gay, This thought concerning over.ex. to you
assistant fire chief at the East tending ourselves on credit, was Ethel Fager Membership N that broadcasts : ;

Naples Fire Station, and It would written In the 19th century buts It's Now Legal For Liz Chairman Vivian Hicks reported I '
dues a pattern I :
help greatly If they had a used very applicable today "The 52 members had paid
TV set at the station since they man who will live above his for 1964 making the unit one 8 feet wide Nr
are on duty 24 hours a day. present circumstances is in great 4 Expected To Go hundred per cent. All officers f'

Even If It's not working but not danger of living, In a little time, To Jury Today were present Wednesday night. -\.." tart a. d I
beyond repair it will be apprecia much beneath them." To Wed Richard Burton Flags for classrooms at Naples -

ted. If you wish to donate a UC>> ANGELES (AP) The: Junior High will be delivered !

TV set call the'business line 2. PtERTO VALLARTA, Mex. had been served with notice of Frank Sinatra Jr. kldnapln. soon, It was reported. ,
7253, so you won't tie up the afore Tanker Sinks "" ice<< (AP-An uncontested Mex. the suit In Las Vegas, Nev., and cue: It expected to go to the: Any schools In Naples needIng -
line lean divorce today to nightfall. Only final ar
mentioned emergency appeared given 21 days to reply. Jury by flags should contact Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thomas Demos have cleared the way for Eliza. The time limit expired sever. luments and Instructions r. '
returned to Miami after visiting Maryland beth Taylor to marry Richard al weeks ago, but the judge main In the four.week trial Grace McCool, ts\ the Legion
with Thelma 18 Missing I Ir Burton. defense rested Its case t and Auxiliary give flags to all
for two days took no action until an attorneyfor The I Ir
Tetreault. Mrs. Thomas is a Mad Over Free Judge Arcadlo Estrada grant. Miss Taylor, Antonio Val Thursday without calling Darr y; schools. Flags for public use
childhood friend of Thelma. ed the brunette film actress her enzuela of Mexico City, pet Keenan, one of the three daendants. .. are sold by the unit and the
Food freedom from singer Eddie honed for the ruling Thursday. Both government and I money derived is used to pur
BACK HOME Puget SoundAn NeedyCAMBRIDGE Fisher Thursday because Fish The Judge awarded Miss Tay. defense witnesses includingthe : chase the school flags. When
Clem Wetzel has returned toMs er had not contested the dl. lor custody of Liza Tudd, her other two defendants-hav> I the new Sea Gate School is

Lake Kelly home after a long empty tanker exploded and Md. (AP) A vorce suit she filed in Puerto daughter by Mike Todd, whom depleted the 23.year.old sales' completed, flags will also be
long stay In the Naples Commun. destination early today off federal program of free surplu I Vallarta Jan. 14. Fisher had adopted. No men. man as the brain behind the alleged .: presented to them. This has
ity Hospital and the Jackson Mem. Whldbey Island In Puget Sound. food for the needy has Democratic The Judge said his decree tlon was made In her suit or in abduction of the youn. been a project of the Legion a'I
orial Hospital in Miami. Clem Coast Guard rescue craft officials of this Easter n permitted both Miss Taylor andt the decree of her two sons by singer from his Lake Tahoe,' and for several years.
picked 20 survivors leaving Shore community fuming aGov. Fisher to remarry. actor Michael Wilding, whom Nev., motel bat Dec. 8. Auxiliary
Naples Cruise 18 of the up 44.man crew from the Mlllard Tawes and UJS. Miss Taylor was in Toronto Fisher did not adopt, or of the Defendants Joseph, Amsler,' After the business meeting,
tanker Bunker Hill unaccountedfor. Sen. Daniel B. Brewster, bot I h ''with the Welsh actor, who is 3-year-old German girl she and 23! and John Irwin, 42, each the hostess, Mrs. Wynn, presented -

Club To Hold The survivors, badly Democrats. appearing there in "Hamlet." Fisher adopted In Roma two, spent two days on the stand,. several games. "Name
lie and Miss Taylor eluded Each testified that Keen I that Tune" was won by Ruby
Dinner MeetingMembers burned hospitals and here cut,and were at taken Whldbey to More than 120 persons, cert t,- newsmen after the divorce was years The ago.financial dispute between talked them Into being reluct., Rlner, T.V. Titles" was won
fled by the welfare ,t
departmerof announced. Miss Taylor and Fisher stems ant participants In a "perfec t by Thelma Weeks Other
Island Naval Air Station.
of the Naples Cruise Dorchester of wide!t1
There comment fromP crime.
was no from WCL Films Swill com :
for the
Cause of the disaster is not prizes were given
Club will hold their monthly din. Cambridge is the seat, lined u Fisher last In Puertot Sinatra 21 released .
reported they formed to handle her was unharmed I Ip8
known. pany "Price Is and the door
ner meeting at the 19th Hole of yet for the food Thursday. At leasas : Rico. Presumably he and Miss earnings from "Cleopatra." after his father paid the Beach Club Hotel on Tues. A crewman, Sheldon Phillips many more will receive 1 I' Taylor have not reached a set. Fisher was Mist Taylor's 1240,000 ransom. prize was won by Ella Swartz.

day, March 10, at 7 p.m. A so. of Seattle, bound said the 504.foot today Most of them are Ngroes. e. tlement of his claims on her fourth husband. Previously aha Nearly all of the ransom money Refreshments were served
tanker was for the Shell
clal hour from 6 to 7 p.m. will refinery at Anacortest from Ta. earnings from "Cleopatra," was married to hotelman Con. was recovered with the ar, to 20 members and two guests,

precede the dinner. coma, Wash., when it was County officials are angry be,..' which are expected to be at rad Hilton's son Nicky, Wildingand eat of the three defendants,, Mrs. Goldle Fltzek and Mrs. rx
The Cruise Club Is planninga and Sen. Brewstei million. Their counsel characterized the
ra"ked by a series of explosions cause Tawes $2 producer Mike Todd, who I Mildred Wildermuth.
two to-three-day cruise to the food from th t In Miss Taylor's di. affair aa a publicity stunt. Both
shortly after 4 a.m. The vessel requested granting was killed In a plane crash. Her I The next meeting will be
Flamingo In the near future. sank quickly about 15 miles U.S. Department of Agricultun t 1 vorce, the Judge said he couldi first two marriages also endedin Inalras, and other govtrnmeni t March 18th at the home of Mrs.
Plans are now being made for ha I i be. witnesses laid the
from Anacortes and 39 miles after county commissioners not make a ruling divorce. kidnaping: Virginia Townsend, Davis
the event, according to Commo. decided the food wasn't. needed,.> cause no community property in real
of Seattle.
north Blvd with Mrs. Elva MoGUl
dare Bill Drumheller. _existed in Mexico. Cypress Grange All defendants are charge I ,

Burton's wife, Sybil, gut a di. with' six counts of kidnaping and I as co-hostess. 6ro-Tone f Hits. Now Florida's molt
I vorce in Puerto Vallarta in [)e. Meets TuesdayAn conspiracy to kidnap and hold: popular elect food! And. no wonder! ,..
Antarctica, the world's. high Here is C,00 Tone'
cember. for ransom. Upon conviction 1 ramous IP< Miss Taylor won her freedom open meeting of Cypress each defendant could get i I eat inntinent, avenge more ihun 'for Florida soil In homogenlied form which
I Ii a mile above sea level. |III high cog apply 4 times ,..1.'. Fords more
will be held the Wo
under a Mexican law permit. Grange at maximum sentence of life 1m. evenly.more completely end fiats month
ting divorce on the basis of a man's Club building on Park risonment plus 75 years and I eat point Is' the Ib.1I60-toot VlnIun onger.Clean-not duity-snd economy:

separation of a year or more. Street, Tuesday, March 10, at 33,000 fine fclnce young Slnat., Vassif. in ihe Hlswonh caftooI I FOR LAWNS VEGETABLES.FLOWERS, TREES
She charged Fisher abandonedher 8 p.m. All members of the ra was unharmed, the death Mountains 600 miles from the

in Rome in March 1962, after Grange are invited to attend! penalty would not apply. South Pole.
her affair with Burton had

become generally known. Their Germany's network of limited COMING TO NAPLES!
separation was announced April
2, 1962. access highways was conceive CORBINLINDABURY-
Judge Estrada said Fisher's In the 1920 s and begun by the MARCH

failure to contest the suit meant Nails to hasten movements ot
N he "presumably confessed" to HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM AT 8 P.M.
soldiers and suppll.l.FLY
the abandonment charge He KIDS' MATINEE AT 4 ,.M.
Garden Center

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Invading MexicoBy ., ; .:,.. ". Celts 111.101

MURRAY CHASS plans- the Mets were warned to

Associated Press Sports Writ r "drink nothing but bottled water. In NBA Tilt

Casey Stengel and his advei n. Whenever you have a mixedIn .SPORTJ

turous New York Mets are I I drink, soft or otherwise, make CI From

Mexico In what may be the wit d. sure that the Ice cubes aren. Coach Jack McMahon on down

est Invasion there since Gei made of bottled water." the Cincinnati Royals feel they

John Pershing went looking fc)r Pershlng undoubtedly didn't can be the next National Basket.
Pancho Villa 48 years ago. have the luxury of bottled wa. ball Association champions.The 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, March 6, 1964

Stengel, though, hopes hi Is ter, but he also certainly wasn'tt. bRIDE Royals have been on the

forces come out of /It a little be faced with some of the other heels of the first place Boston nines vs. Hastings Mayo vs. mi.
tar than Pcrshlng's. Several of dangers confronting New York. Celtics In the Eastern Divisionall High School liard.
the general's 12,000 troops wer e "Mexican fans are ardent
season, and although there's Region 3 at Hawthorne Ce.
killed, and they never did cal P. baseball souvenir hunters," the little hope of catching them for dar Key vs. Lakeland Santa Fe.
Regional Hoop
ture Villa. Mets were advised. "Hofd on to .
the division title McMahon la Hawthorne vs. Mount Dora Bi
The Met certainly are In a your hats and everything else getting read)' for the playoffs. ble.

bad enough way that they can't you may have, particularly "We have proven to everyone Play TonightBy Region 4 at Lake Placid -Im.
afford to lose any of the 2'4 when leaving the ball park. that we are capable of beating mokalee vs. Frostproof, Lake
player and officials who at 1'. "The team will dress at they '*
them, beamed McMahon after THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Placid vs. Miami Beach St. Pat.
rived In Mexico City Thursda, Hotel Alameda, where it will the Royals pounded'the Celtics rick.
night. They also are looking forward '. be staying, and go to the ball for a 111.101 victory Thursdaynight Something new In Florida high

City teams to conquering they play the In a Mexlc serle is o park will be In brought uniform.back All to equipment the ho- ON A SLED Is just a residual benefit by Eagle players as they plant their to take to the become the series only from club tournaments school basketball- begin-tonight regional at Regulars On PGA

of three exhibition games star!t. tel after each game and will be for Naples High School assistant shoulders into the big blocking sled. Boston. season 16 gymnasiums around the Tour ShootingAt

Ing tonight. placed under lock and key." football coach Jerry Howell, Howell Spring practice, now in its second Cincinnati has defeated Bos state.From them will come four
New York, of course, has a se>. No sooner had the Meta ar. John Barnum

mouth If you can cal]U gel experienced what he w.s in are more interested in form shown squad game March 20. (NEWS photo) five.In other Thursdaynight compete for the state champion. PENSACOLA Fla. (AP-The
that secret. for. Some 300 persons enthusi. games ships at Gainesville March 13.14. regulars on the PGA coIf tour
Detroit whipped BaltU Defending champions Pompa.no were shooting at the "old man"as
Still, the Mets face numerou is astlcally greeted the team at then
Says Koufax Row more 125.120 at Marlon, Ind., Beach In Class AA and De. they teed off today for the
hazards airport. The commit.
It welcoming
more, seems, thaPershlne'
and St. Louis
Cook Wins U.S.Racing's edged San Fran. Land In Class A knockedout
did. expeditionary force,s tee came, or so the enthusiastic advance that force police, be. With Bavasi Won't Filipino Cisco 104.102 on the West Coast. of the running in group tour. sacola second Open.round of the $30,000 Pen.

Bailej Howell scored 25: pointsIn
last week,
According to mimeograph 4 had to rescue Casey from the Affect PitchingVERO the Detroit victory making The "old man" is 52year.old
Florida High School of Talla.
midst of a group of them. BEACH (AP) -Catch. Biggest PayoffMIAMI him the No. 1 scorer in Piston hassee In Class B and Milliard John Barnum, who plays Infrequently .

ir John Roseboro says Sandy history. He now has 7,976 pointsto In Class C are going after their on the circuit but twicein

Wait 'Til I You Coufax' disagreement with the surpass Gene Shue's former second straight titles. the recent past stole the play
In other training camp devel. Los Angeles Dodger manage Fla. (AP) Danny That was the last heard from mark of 7,964. Class AA regional tourneys, from the younger stars of pro

opments, General Manager Buz. nent won't Interfere with his Tuzon, a Filipino cook, said t to.>. any potential winner at track. The St. Louis triumph enabledthe with first round : fesslonal golf-when he won the
Hear Scores By zle Bavast of the Los Angeles performance this season. (day he Is the winner of the big., side, and the windows closed at Hawks to move one game Region 1 at PensacolaPan.games 1962 Cajun Classic and when he
Dodgers Indicated that base. rest payoff in U.s. horse led! after 18 holes in the
"We've had some people on I ra a 6:30 p.m., without anyone i behind the Warriors, who lead ama City Rutherford vs. Jack. PGA
stealing shortstop Maury Wills his club who were inclined to. ing history the $84,114 on claiming the check. The ticket the Western Division. Each sonvllle Paxon Pensacola vs. Championship that year. Bar.
Lady GolfersLady may have to get Into shape v ward the swelled.head," laid Thursday's' twin double at Gulf,,, can be cashed at the track anytime team has seven games left. Jacksonville Lee., num, pro at Bylthefield Country

without pay when the Dodgers itoseboro today, "but Sandy Is. I stream Park. before the meeting ends The Royals poured In 37 pointsin Region 2 at Gainesville -Co. Club, Grand Rapids, Mich.,

golfers at the Hole open their season next month. I't one of them. I don't know Les Smith, news director of April 23.Gulfstream. a hot third period, and des. coa vs. Palm Beach, Gainesville Jumped off In front again Thurs
'Wills can't
In-the-Wall will report scoresat expect to miss nuch about the problems he I'!Miami radio station WIOD, President James pile the loss of Wayne Embry vs. Orlando Boone. day with a flve-under-par 34.33

the end of next Thursday'scompetition payroll spring when training the and go on the" 'says he had with his contract, 1!telephoned Tuzon at the Crown, Donn Jr. said there was a i and Jerry Lucas on fouls late Region 3 at Tampa Winter -C7.

which will be the Bavasi said. "If season he signs opens and, :'but I'm sure of one thing *e Is Hotel after receiving a tip that: chance that the ticket was dls. In the game, Boston could not Haven vs. Fort Myers, Tampa But the deep'Volced, fooU3
I he
envy of all lady professionals.The Isn't in shape when the season '. great guy with great stuff. I was the winner. carded or torn up. catch up. Hlllsborough vs. St. PetersburgBoca shotmaker, who finished secondto
scores will reflect "field he'll 'don't think all this will affect Tuzon admitted that he was In racing argot, there were i The Royals took the lead with Cioga. Sam Snead in the PGA Sen.
shots" with opens, have to train some :his pitching." I going to take the afternoon off 218 "live" tickets after the first 8:10: left In the first quarter and Region 4 at Miami Fort lors two weeks ago, has prac.
only putts not t more before he on the
goes pay. and cash In the ticket for which half of the twin double. They' never were behind after ttut.
roll" Everyone thought Koufax, the j : Lauderdale vs. Miami Colum. tically all of the top stars in the
counting.In week- Relief pitcher Stu Miller Is ..25-game winner, would have an J he paid $2, but he made It plain picked the longshot Scattergood, Bob Pettit, playing with a bus, Fort Lauderdale McArthurvs. tournament shooting at him
yesterday's regular having contract trouble with 'explosive meeting with E. J.t t that he wanted no publicity."No who won the fifth race and paid Jammed thumb, converted four Miami Senior. from close range. Fifty-one golf.
ly oaring the ladles were com- radio, no television, no $142.60, and Col. Mongol ofree throws in the last 43 sec.
Baltimore. Miller said he and ([:Buzzy) Bavasi when the gen. Class A reglonals with first ers shot par or better in the first
peting for low gross and low oral manager arrived in spring 'picture, no comment," Tuzon won the sixth race and pale lands in sparking St. Louis to an round games: round on the 6,380-yard Pensa.
net honors In each class and are $2,000 apart on j said. "Goodby." $8.60. uphill victory over San Francis. cola
a raise from his 1963 salary of 'training Thursday. Koufax has Region 1 at Milton Marian. Country Club course
shooting qualifying rounds for Jerry Coogan, the hotel chef, The 218 tickets were then ex. co. The Warriors led 102.99 with
'been claiming he was pressuredInto na vs. Palatka, Milton vs. Perry
$30,000. He wants the boost for Just t a stroke behind with C8s
said the ticket
was purchased changed for selections one minute left when John Barn.
championship matches. on the
signing a $70,000 contract ; Region 2 at Apopka Day.
records with 71
setting pitching ] were Gardner Dickinson Fred
!For Tuzon by a friend. eighth and ninth race. OnlY'one hill sank a free throw and Pet. ,
Mrs.Walter Wolfe meda-
was 59 finishedand last Friday. But Bavasi said the tona Beach Seabreeze vs. New Hawkins Bill Collins and
appearances, games For a time, it was feared that of the 218 bet on the longshot tit who wound with 21 Jim.
up pointshit '.
list wirer In yesterday's play, 26 saved. 'Incident is closed, as far as he Smyrna Beach, Longwood L) Clark all tournament win.
games my ,
t the ticket
buyer have
might Inltabas to win the eighth race. his four foul shots.
and Mrs. W.M. Walker 1 /Is concerned, "unless Sandy : man vs. Apopka.
coppedthe "I've come down as far as t thrown it In disgust when ners In the past, and Downing
away Gathering Dusk came In first.
prize for low net for the> I'm going to, and that's the ex. wants to talk to me and get 'another horse was declared the At this point the disheartened Region 3 at Dunedin Plant Gray, a member of the 1963

field. tent of It," Miller said. "I'm 'some things off his chest." 1 winner of the eighth race. That bettor could have, thrown down Favor Terrell City vs. St. Petersburg Barry, Walker Cup team and runner-up
Class A selling Insurance and I However, Bavasi brought up Dunedin vs. Punta Gorda. In the 1962 National Amateur.
winners were Low may
horse later .
: was
disqualified.A his ticket, or ripped It to pieces
stick to It. possibility 3 To 1 To Beat Region Gray a Pensacola businessman
gross Mrs. Walter Wolfe: low bespectacled gentleman Inhis i But Gathering Dust was disqualified ,. ,
Then there's ]ry Wills, the shortstop, may Haines City vs. Chamlnade
Tommy Brown is a member of the host club.
net, Mrs. W.M. Walker. ClassB I mid-60s announced after the i and Inltabas was 1
of the Washington Senators who I'have to remain In training, with. | Gerhard ZechNEW Kathleen vs. Riviera Beach.
winners were: Low gross, out when the National winners were posted Thursdaythat awarded first place. Class B regionals with first Seven players were bunchedat
wants to be he pay,
Mrs. W.F. KrebUl; low net, baseball and can quit League season opens If he miss. 1 he held the good ticket. The largest previous twin dou. YORK (AP)-Big Ernie round games: 69, including the last two
the Green
Mrs. "I'll take It back and give It: ble payoff was 79660.30 at Terrell ranked a whopping 3-1 Pensacola winners defending
B.F. Merwln. Bay Packers of the National 'as so much of the spring drills Region 1 at Cottondale Jay ,
1 to my friend," he said without: Roosevelt Raceway last fall. favorite to beat Germany's even Arnold Palmer who
In the nine-hole group Mrs. Football League In July If he (iIsn't that he Isn't In shape for the sea. vs. Chattahoochee Vernon vs. champion ,
son April 14. giving' his name to the startled I Florida parl-mutuel ground I bigger Gerhard Zech tonight In Malone. is going after his third title
Richard Carmel won low gross satisfied with his baseball opener spectators leaning against thi.a rules provide that any ticket not their heavyweight bout sched. Region 2 at Madison Tallahassee here, and Doug Sanders, the
honors, and Mrs. C.R. Pearsonwas progress. That's why he hasn't rail In tiled for 10 rounds at Madison
the $1 general admission cashed goes back to the state, Daytona Beach Lo. 1962 tltlist. Mike Souchak,
the low net winner. signed his contract. It Pays To Advertise :section. and is donated to a charity. Square Garden. pez, Madison vs. MacClenny. George Bayer, Johnny Ott, Jay
The fight will be nationally
Hebert and Miller Barber also
Region 3 at Mount Dora -Al. ,
Hurricanes televised over ABC at 10 p.m.,
695.Palmer .
Have EST. achua Santa Fe vs. Florida Air. posted

Academy, Brooksville vs. Mount trying to get his
Team .Terrell, a 6.foot.6 Chicago
Woman On product and currently No. 3 in Dora. game in shape for the Mastersin

MIAMI (AP) For the first the heavyweight rankings, is Region 4 at Palm Beach early April and gunning for

time, a University of Miami varsity expected to come In about 215 Zephyrhllls vs. Pahokee, Arcad his first victory of the year, was
athletic team has a female pounds. The craggy.faced blond la vs. Jupiter. satisfied with his tee-to-green

Ihw .' member.She German Is 6.foot.7, about 210 Class C regionals with first play on the windy day. But he

Is Fern (Peachy) Kell. and a left hander. He's not round games: said, "I'm a basket case around
r meyer, 15th ranking 'ranked. Region 1 at Campbellton the greens." Gary Player, one

tennis player, who has joinedthe Zech makes his Garden debutas Laurel Hill vs. Greensboro, of Palmer's arch rivals In pro

tennis team. an unknown quantity. He Campbellton vs. Sopchoppy. golf, shot a 34.37-7I1n the open.

Coach Dale Lewis, whose won the German championshipwith Region 2 at Milliard Jen. ing round.

team has a winning streak of an llth round knockout of

126, said Miss Kellmeyer will be Albert Westphal and ha* a

No. 7 on the squad and could string of 11 straight victories The '

advance to No. 6, going, Including six knockouts. ,: ,P ,gsl.Al'S'Q.tllt.a: I :,
Miss Kellmeyer, a sophomore His overall\ record Is 27.1.1.

from West Virginia, has com. Terrell, who gained his high
peted In the last five Women's ranking with Impressive vlcto. Erma'i Dream, of the II B. at the Bonita Spring Dog Trick

National Tournaments. rles over Cleveland Williams Williams Kennel, seeks her first This fawn brindle girl .a late

n' r eight and Zora Folley In his latest win( ,in top company In the featured season entry U moving up in
1 Seven of the Ken outings, expects a little trouble Grade A 10th race tonight grade after a good win In her
: tucky Derby winners had prep because of the German's left. lest B race She looks to be the

@ race at Florida's Hialeah handed style but still rules the RESULT breaker In thin field and should
course. They were Chateaugay, of his Ret out on tOIl but will have
heavy favorite because to
Decidedly Carry Back Venetian rim T-iMt '' !'It twit
34-1 record against good opposl ".II.UC (III I) 2400 140 I DON hold off J'R Best t Client, a Rood:
Way, Tim Tam, Iron Leige and tlon. '10'. MIC ell 1840 100 finishing jrre\'hound, .
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Friday March 6. 1964 COLLIEk COUNTY NEWS 7

Yrimmokalee News

i 1omjmUIT .. \RRtTT"Ir

and \Irs. Leroy Fells Margie Lynn Mrs. MarthaJo

: attended the Florida Preside Gross and Mrs. t.eittneMcClelland

,;, '. "tial dim'er In Miami Beach as teachers. The

at ttii [ontaincbleau Hotel Feb children: are taught about mission

OEAOU"I 0 AM. CC 1t.C' '.r. ::' 'l\fidwa\ ruan 21 In honor of LyndonB. feork. Those who attended

USE THE CLASSIFIEDS w OA" OUO.I""E" 1AMP,,:;, Tohnion, President of the last week were Cindy Mc

United States. Clelland. Sher'ltcaniel: ,

..2-21] n?_ Members of the Iminokalee Cindy Glldden Jane Parkham,

-- Rotary xho attended the second Lisa Paul, Paul Lynn, \nlta

1 Announcements 23-Mitc. For Sale 57-Houses For Sale 59-Acreage annual Miami International Rota Black Kathy Fov\'ler. Bobby

rDin: er, honoring Carl P. McClelland: Lew Gross lennie

PLAZA BEAUTSAWS 21 No Zenith sOlar I Contole.. m ISO 10th J/5.St 1 bedroom I bath. 1H blocks. SOMETHING' DIFFERENT' IN Miller. International Rotary Cross Mara Gross, t.ynnMcCarty ;
to beach On Central Ave Sl.
162S E. Tamiami, Trail, SOD HaS daluia living, room ACREAGE president February 27 at the Icky: Dlrd Tracy

Midway 16672 26-Persona! Florida room combination with" NOW | acre tract located Everglades Hotel, were Gerald Markham Laura Lynn and "
fireplace. tcraanad porch and '
lust one mile from US 41 Serena Gross '
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS .cl.ud ..re... Also' Includeddrapad Drive on to lbs property with Crawford, George %tCKay.Fred Y ,
For Stud* Girl, eotmit.e.. cell, RUBBER STAMPS that and carpeting Tom your own car end compare itagtmtt Mr. and Mrs. Loran /heelyof 1i : : _
Ml I 22011 Order no3BoatiMotcrs.. make a food Impress on. McBrid Raaltor, 132 Park StSo any other) Only" 5(5goon ( Edenfleld and Richardson.. Miami the weekend
Ml 2 IM4.
I/lltf Full pr ce: t'9i. ForD Visitors ofIr.. and Mrs.
Any ilte Quick Mmct furlher ''n'or".t'o" canl.ct: with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor.

Acces. Collier County NEWS. SEASONAL RENT BEATER 2 T. .10.... Enttrpntat, I..e. Charlie McKinnle Sunday were Mrs Richard had
badroom houta on Frank Wh,t. Midway 2 5140 P. O Bex 173Naple Mr. and Mrs.vllllam D. Stanley a
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS man Blvd North Napla II 500 *, Fl 1.. very pleasant surprise Sunday.
YACHT BROKERAGE Man Woman w ilh. drinking and you will know where you Lennox of Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs.
\ of her friends
problem, Call MI lUG Maati can s pandses I wIlls, comfort.ably Lennox Is the former Peulah group gave her
Complete PIa las L,ttinat nil Tuetdayi and Fridar* I 35 See this, before you head 61 -Income Property a surprise birthday dinner at
Fin Inboard Boat From JO' am Ctmga First Baptist back to the true North. CARIBBEAN Elder of Immokalee.

1".Io.lm"h Bob Martin,Chris- Craft Mil" II1' frmrc _______ REALTY. 3750 No.T'I. Illnete compelt me to \lr. and Mrs. Dob Shockleyand the Pitman Cottage In Donlta
Tor-liTiT"'lrft. .1. INTERESTED IN A MOUN MI 11155. 2/21H t ept budding, let 100 it lIlio' Springs Those attending were .

...t. 141 H.P. Daniele etre,iM" built, TAIN' CABIN IN GATLIN Hollywood Cap Cod 2 bdrmhoute Can be 'Inspected any day et family visited with their Mr. and Mrs. Dab Benson Mr. ... .
I -
BURG TENNESSEE I MUST 312 7th Ave. So )filTWO --- ,
Chrveler.' fre'h water cooiad SELL MINE AT 400' from Gulf 223 llthAva daughter, Marie Ellen, and ,Ir, and ()
SACRIFICE' So 3/61 Mrs. Dick Ververka, Mr.
Teak :
with as CALL MIDWAY' 2-2151 314wf. BUILD and Mrs Glen Sharp In Miami
tree. t. Turner. 4 Sent. Inc.. Large horns 'n Royal' Harbor INGS WITH PRESENT IN. and Mrs. Hooker Drown Jlnd f
MId. 2 MM 3 bdrm. 2 bath. boat dock firs COME OF 1170 WILL SAC Sunday. They also attended the Mr. and
Mrs. John
29-Profession l olac and porch I 12 X 54 with RIFICE FOR ONLY 1M.000. Rogers.
North Dade Church of Christ PRIMARY i PITCH-I
SPECIAL barbaqua, Marlowe and Back FULL PRICE BOTH BUILD Mrs. Ada Washington cave a Petront watch New Vork
Realtor. 413 Sth Av*, So. Ml INOS CALL MIDWAY 22151 while there. Coy I
birthday dinner Inhonor Nelion Rockefeller roll ball In Lebanon. N.H.. candlepin
3/4wfs Sunday
)9 ft. fUwrgUa) "Crosby" Is.m. Tao A"wr". p'.per.e 2 5221. 2: lltft.frt Dab visited
by Mm W.ur.n formtr taitonvult.nl WANT TO NET 10'* Mrs. shockley ol her granddaughters: Mona bowling alley during campaign tour .f He Granite State.
run about, twin 40 liP tor Litlla" Rivar Tai FOR SALE: In qu'at neighborf Let ut show you the poaaibilltlet. with her mother Mrs. A.P. and
'Joamson motors with only hv.ct ol Mam Call Mla" .,a >:MId. Large 3 bedroom home on these 2 dupleaee 'In North Jody Thomas daughters ofMr.
: 2.22'0 r0f appo,ntmant. Sla...> aatily' made Into 4 bedroom 2 Naplee Good occupancy rate, Dasher. In Ocala last week. She and Mrs. Harold Thomas.
15 hrm. tinct new. 2 18 art ROIl OKI bath and 'or.pl.c. Large All four slits furnished .
4i liP Asking also visited Mr.Shockley's mother
tank all SI N. .tl"'OO or h.nn .c. aanad porch A utility *had. just( 5.31.500.. Be e landlord, note Jody was three years old the Opinion Divided On Effect
gas control. Air condo In badroom New. tenant CARIBBEAN" REAL Mrs. Maud thockley, In
of and
tc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail fentv anclotad 30 x IS *wimming TV, 37M N. Trail MI ttlSS2lltfsf ( 27th February Mona was I
36-Winted To Buy pool. Lots of Morage a\ Altoona. two years old the "Sth, Others .
n complete packageI189S. cupboard .p.e. IIS.500 Ml The Woman's Club has chan

See at 1650 Murex WANTED u...".-, and U.ad thalving matal ttoraga MI. 23380 OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2/276t_ 2 64-Waterfront Property ged their meeting date to the Dale attending Dunaway were Mr.and and daughter Mrs. Of Tax Cut Bill On EconomyBy

Drire, or call Bill Tucker 2.J439 .".",n.*. J/5II 4 3 BR home on llth Ave fourth Tuesday In the month.
So. between. YANKEE LANDING Tanya, and Mike and Theresa
Sth 4 Sth .
Midway 2-4295 Excellent priced from 114,500 to 117.500 St*. Co.op huntmgr Compare the a.. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clifton SAM DAWSONAP consumer! In the form of higher

BBTTfACHT 38-Autos For Sale WILLIAM B. STONE INC. citing new concept in weter and children spent the day Sun Washington. business News Analjst prices.

BROKERAGE 41 Falcon' 4 Or, 99$ Tenth St.Buildansg No. Ml 2-573S front Ave In Coops 0 on Chesapeake ronI.'o it day In Jerome with Mrs.Clifton's NEW \OKK (AP) Rising Finally, 'those wlu fear Inflation
Ford i Pataangar todey or 11'I GOOD h LSI UNO prices of coffee and orations in charge $that t the )''rke.wag"
Compact. Naplee' Llttinat' :J7 Wag 31% Hout* con*isIs ol too badroomtIM parents Mr and Mrs.
Pine Inboard Coats From 20 I 19 I ford, 4 Ranch Wagon 129$ N bath Living room Dining 2-2121 After hours I.JU7. J/Jtf John Odom. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylorand the price of sugar mean mote spiral might be givEn: an addle
dr .
Bob Martin Chrtt- .Crett MI2.JJ7runktmnri Sale' {9 T,Bird loadad 1495 195 room) Family kitchan room(plenty air of cond cabinet ). Mr. and Mrs. Neal Drown hiWren. Margie and Lisa to the average family than Increased tonal whirl by government fl.

I POIlt.c' wagon 450 Florida room .to,... clotwith 65-Gen. Rea! Estate Mr. and Mrs. I Ralph Taylorand prices of stool and nanclal policies. What Is fearedIs
21 houteboat. all eonveniencel. 59 Chav 4 d,. 795 and son Gary spent Sunday In
wathar 4 aloe heat
74 h p. Palm Rivar Marina 59 C"." Wagon ,. water children. Jimmy, Paul and aluminum products. And so do a combination of tax ,'uts, In.
a carport with clovat
Ml I:J090 or MI 24902 it Old. 4 .a,. II In and Terrace storage Hound I is of Deluxe bedroom. 2.bath Everglades with her mother Jo Ann. and Mr. and Mrs. any boosts In commutation or creased government spending,
21215t Pick home .__ $47.MO
Up U95Salatman
CBS Mrs. Edith Clifton.
5.eono"n. conttruction Tarrano
Cuslom..tyled bedrooms i Loran Sheely went In other transportation costs and Treasury deficits and easy
floor* olactrie wall heater
82 FT. CHRIS CRAFT : Paul Graham. Tom Electric range and ,.,".. in I 2 baths 121 000 Mr, and Mrs. Carlton SmIth Clewlston and any Increase in medical foes or money policies that "oulJ spell
COMMANDER Paala. Elton Davidton Lauran eluded The Lot I I. 70 X ISO 3 bedroom. 2 b'ithi .114:loo and children Dianne and Ricky Sunday reported hospital Insurance monetary inflation. The argument
Blua 2 bedrooms. I beth .fl4.100
nil bring your choica complete' with sprinkler ty" a very good catch.
W58 MODELS to you Call MI 2 5154 tern. tree* and thrub Mutt Lucille Ottt Leah Brown spent Saturday with Mr. and and So nervousness over a pus. 1 Is that any marked Increase -
HOURS ON ENGINE tX COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS b* sacs to bo aoraciatadLocation Mrs. Alton Clifton.Mr. Mr. Mrs. Tyler of Ty Bible widespread !Increase In the In the supply of money
Your Virgil' Marcum. Bob Jaager
CILLENT CONDITION KW: Friandly FORD, few block from lers Cafe report the re Is agreat price of goods and services Is and credit could Inspire price
II* GENERATOR MERCURY V> COMET Daalar, beach at 450 3rd A"o. No. and Mrs. Eugene spent !
DEPTH FINDER RAYTHEON AND SHIP Ultra.Clatlic MG TC. FJH Dnv. under '(".000 Phone Ml I U34. DEWEY POLLY last week visiting friends and number of tourists coming being evidenced Increasingly.: boosts and wage demands,

TO SHORE RADIO. A REAL 30,000 original ", ,1... rastorad Attractive home. 420 Iti'Ai. REALTY relatives In Gulf- through Immokalee now Sunday Nor does It help to learn that eventually wiping out any ad.
BARGAIN CALL MI So 3 bdrm*.. 2 bath. lot 110x Hattlesburg
3111f 22(22 NOT Chaap MI' 2 730i, 3/3tf 100' on eanal with covered and there were about 30 who Britain, having prospered vantages from cutting: federal

i960 Marcuryldr.Iull\ puma, boat tllp P ratton.able (I lob St N. port Magee Mississippi stopped for lunch. mightily after a cut in taxes is income tax rates.
SPORTS FISHERMAN factory air good cond I bought Cell -'r.rr'J:: or Ml, J4J54 and Sltdell, La.SCHOOL.
Ii f'. Ulrlcloson. fly!tn. brldfe. .II/n.w. Call.. M.. 26.5.. write L. D Gleaton 115 Madonna Mr. and Mrs.G.E.Tyler were now threatened with Inflation,

US Gray Marine. aleepa. three. D,'".. F|. Myert. Fl 1.. 1171 Jewel Boa A""u.. Royal In Fort Myers business Mon as are the increasingly! affluent Milk Commission
cenploto with fiahmi, chain J/Ut Harbor Waterfront .....u. PARTY economies of Continental
and many otis ..'ra.. 40-Autos Repairs Parts central heat and air. 2 bdrm many
condition $4330.00. Call CurIos An YANKEE exciting new LANDING waterfront 2 baths. porch garage. III.150 Mrs. Warner Moss enter day.Don't forget to attend the revival European nations. Pares 4 Cents On

eros. Z.22I. Co-op on Chatapeeke Ave., less Mendarln Rd.. I bdrm. talned the Junior Sunday School services The United States also is try.

LOOK HERE Oyttar Bay From 17500 to 2 bath. cantrel heel end eiroorch class of the First Methodist I at First Baptist Ing a tax cut to boost economic Farm Guarantee
III.000. See It today or call Church which
Business Opps. Burton. Bro. t.2121. After hour .. No carport closing' Aatume cottt 12 mortgage .000 Church and friends with a char- run through growth. And the pundits, both ORLANDO (AP) The flor.

Wondering where to to 2 3324. /5tf dn 511.100.1 burger Saturday afternoon at I Sunday night. Rev. Herman on Capitol 11111 and In banking Ida Milk Commission has pared

BAY FOR PHILLIPS LEASE 66 MODERN SERVICE 2 With your car problems 4 BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME 145 Ith St. No. 1 bonn.. I her home In Devil's Garden. Cobb U the Evangelist.Mr. and Industry, are assessing Its four cents from the price cuar.antecd .

STATION ON THE NORTH Factory FinIsh' Paint' Jobs With, II X 30 ft. Florid Room both. fireplace. carport good Attending were Rob and Mrs. Harold Edwardsof possible effects on the prices of dairy farmers for their

TRAIL 'IN NAPLES. PROVED Wrack RtbuiltTunaup large acraenad patio, mastarbedroom Invettment, S12.910. Massey: Bradley ilL. who have been commodities. These have stayed
GALLONAGE. TOP LOCATION and bath. air condltioned I. Pat Howell. Mark Ashley Joe milk and lifted barriers to 1m.
; utility room. 2 car ear Lot 25 visiting Mr. and remarkably stable In recent
SMALL INVESTMENT Block I. Royal Harbor Mrs. Stan (portantlon of our f.tate milk
REQUIRED AS FINANCING Front and alignment, port. city aaweraga. wall and pvarlooklng' bay ...wall. Cost McDaniel. Klin Poprjoy, Mike I Wrisley. left for years. ,
AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED Motor Overhaul pump for Sprinkling. O E. stove II.500, tacrlfic 16950 Garrett Rolland Weeks Pam their home despite protest from dairy farm.
I The upward trend in the cost
and All
refrlg rugs end drpe. Monday morning. While here
PARTY. WRITE BOX 131) FT Trxnamitt rebuilt, era. .
MYERS OR PHONE ED 4.U01. LubricationUndarcoal torn. furniture; TV., cable, gashusat. Lot 14 17th Av*. So Aque. Warrlner Carrie Carter Kay)P and of living has boon traced ratherto The, ?Florida Uilry Farmer
enjoyed fishing
ONLY IIS.500 Located at lane waterfront, cost 57,500: they many
J/4.5t Seal
1151 7th A".., No. Call Bill ( critic* $6230.t.ot.33.Uanyais. Karen Robens, Karen sight seeing trips. Among the Increased charges for Federation estimated the' cut lit

TEXACO. INC. FOR LEASE. Br....* Tucker Midway 2.5056. tf lcDonald, Diane Oqulnn NanItte -, seraC: Ian&t ha.& Ler.4:4.l: u t..1r1ll1nn-.h.. w..olrt-asm5l$n'
MODERN 3 BAY these' 'were In Ever
SERVICE fishing
3 Badroom 2 Blvd High* lot of
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID Polish I Wee located in Tha tile bath homo Car overlooking Gulf. Sacrifice at Grant Betty Jean Gross., Fort distribution of goods Mate's milk producers $3.8 mil.' '
Mooring* glades a
I Naples
TRAINING PROGRAM AND 55$50. and Myers The Joint llouse.Sonate Fco,
Don t look lurthar piling throughout living room Danny Randy Larry Moss lion annually
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE any 450 llth Av* SO. Aquelene' 7bdrm : day fishing at Isles of Capri nomic
dining room halls and ma bad. Committee Is of two
AVAILABLE. CONTACT DON Sao room Completely" .,rcondtiOs. *., 2 beth central heat 4olr Jay and Terry Mcllenry, Mrs with Mr. and Carmene The milk commission aJ", |>(('<)
ABERNATHY, TEXACO. INC. ad and heated ditpotal d,*hwathar garagvr waterfront. Ill.500. Clayton McDonald, Mrs. Merle Mrs. minds about the effect of the the orders Thursday. ....l.Jll'rplI.
Ed 74122 2/201 Inl'rsm Chevrolet, Inc. I25t0VINCE Daltlllo and visit with American
Paved driveway to carport a Mr. tax cut. The $11.5.141. and Ml hIS .ffi'
cy mejsuion < i.
130 PIll St. N Ml t HOi I and torage room Nice Ashley. Mrs. Mrs. Don I IMcllenry. and Mrs. Bob Murry of lona lion slash, meaning additional
11 Naples. Fie, .er..d in parch Lawn .Odd.d CONBOY and Warner Moss. live date at 12:01 a.m. next
Instruction .
and partially landscaped Ph Gardens who are friends from consumer buying! power, will TUsda.
Ml i 4104 aftar t p"'. No brok. Mrs. Edward Christmas was boost
Just economic
TUTORING lor TOUR art psi' tit 5th, A.... Parkway Indianapolis, Ind. They visited growth but Tin url..rll ml (In- pnxliiuTprlru ,
I IITS, now the sash n..,: 48-Apts. For Rent CBS Z bd>m. furnIshed nouae I Ph M'' 1-174. guest of nonor at a shower at the Corkscrew SwampSanc- won't Bet off another Inflation. ( from Cl I lo r>? rout'- aU

all'! subl.ct, re".,.. ..... WriteMl 1H beth beeutiful firoploce' the DaptlstChurch Educational ary trend-so says the Uomo.cratio ,
lox 331'A. or Call 2.3411fffS'1 !. Complalaly! apart. acreened patio utility rm. car -1 S" LANDING tuary Sunday. Eight years ago Ion In the 57 i utilities uncli n.
malts, TV on r.n r'ac.P': fin.placa : lrti.47.Ji"M"fM"y """"iff I An exciting new waterfront. building Thursday evenIng they bought a plot of ground : majority. mission jurtMlti'tlnn.
day. week" or month. NJ Co-op on Chapeeke Ave 8 The Republican minority
r Oytr From at o'clock. Hostesses I of saya The new producer 111'11'1' will
12-Help Wanted 2147 Washington: Av*. Ml 2.2552.: Say 17600 to "West Miles City. Last
3/18t III.000. See ,It today or call were Mrs. Inez Hart, Mrs. the size of the cut Is "likely to lower UK minimum hlh11.11( /
58-Lots For Sle Burton Bro*. I.2121. After hour Friday they paid the final Installment result In a buildup of inflationary .
Need. qualified ..1.. help to Kitchanatta Apt Call IM"rii6i. 13324. J/ttf I Ralph May Mrs. James Waller on the 20 $JlrICIt-IIIt'I I ,ilsn I is the mini.
Suit ''n kasping abraast 0' lb.'nasy 3/3 --'-- -- -- and Mrs. Lendon Grosse The tract pressure mum rt..tLllrll"! ( |, A <'nmmls: ',Ion

themeelvea'opportunity Mutt b.presenting creative. FOR RENT: BY WEEK OR SIDE NICE LOTS DRIVE,ON NORTH MORNING NA.Pt.E : wfsatGvsl'In the I refreshment table held a large and discovered It Is just 5 U this pressure develop It official 'ofl.tI/ ,,, ,n w minimum I
MONTH. 2 BEDROOM APART $. 100 a uS' MI 1.4731. miles south of "Alligator could come from several things. ,
Lonj hour work Tom
price wilt b In' MM i a eallim
.lr.d MENT IN LOVELY SECTIONOF sheet cake centered
rto with
McBride. S32 Perk StSo NAPLES JUST OFF THE J/Ut __ _ _ VoyVtjlj I a Alley" and six miles east of A big buying spree could build'and 40 eiilk j I 1'0111' "illim Inmost

__1/ltl BEACH CALL Ml 26192 ti'rn low a* Ntplet Park Term month: j looWngferJrgoullfind stork. The cake encircled waxed the new Turner River Road. up demand for goods to a point areas" milk MS|| lit( retail

MAN WANTED a retell to WaUlna manage RouU endoperate 3/ltf Ml .4U: dW"MfIHo. Eveningt : three cornered pants filled They are anxiously awaiting a where Industries currently reaUelated alxive thl* minimum.

In this a,... (Would tontldw. mant Furniahad liuga living hadroom room. ItihchsnA apart 3/ltfttha. Ml 2.2344. with assoned nuts. Games day three years hence when by competition would Ilt'l There was no Indication: wtuth.pr .

lady 40 to W yeera old). EarnIngs b*"*. MI 2-3691 2/2Stf were played with prizes going free to raise prices
will he able 'taller would : alonjttie
of 1129 por week trim 75 x 100 Homawte S block they to make use n piss
the very bef Inning' For ,...on. Shorty Pt..M* "available., to beach Sth St No. |4.500, : I to Mrs. J.P. Magee Mrs. Joe: of the land, after his retire Or the pressure could c mie saving to their cusi iinei"'s.
ol Interview, in your >iomt. by month or at yiarlyrataa Tom McBrlde Realtor 632 f/ and Elaine from labor's announced Inten.
writ Mr. McQerlty. P. O. Box M4 2. 69r..r I/ltf Park II. So Ml 26144 11&It, it faster in theWAHTADS Brown Thomas. ment. lions to ask Chris Jensen of Cx:ala. only
'117. Wllll.ton, Florida. 12(9 Others attending were Mrs for larger pay III. producer memU-r of the five
J/Ut FOR SEASONAL RENTALSCall 75 i 100 Hematite S block I creases this year Inspired at :
Annatta C W'nn Really to beech 3rd Homer Lee Rutledge, Mrs. man board, dl.cJ.arr"l he cannot
Ave No. S4 700
SS SIb. St So Ml 2IJ7I, I I Exhibition lease In part by the jump/ In
Tom Me"rid*. Realtor. S32 ; Albert Rigdon and Mrs. John Plan pnnlucimilk at the S7.cent
13-Help Want. Female 3/ill Park St So Ml 2444 2/lltf I 19C3 corporate profits-put at ,

Furnished I badroom apart PORT ROYAL Lot 122. Gal I Goodnight Shoot At BarbecueOn 10 per Cent over IOG2, with the 'price."Mfly.nine rent 115 ollr break.
Woman mant hugs livinn room. kitchant lIOn The Sunbeams of the First
to do light nouaework Drive For 1. or Trade increase in the I8C3 fourth
and cook I meal. I hairs duly bath Ml I 2 3691 Zlnt Write 0 J. Herbert 2120 PotMultitemily i: PUBLIC NOTICE Church meet each Tues :I r'vin joint, Fife wven cent 1 1tHlow Is
or 1 hour. 1 day a waak, Ph. Madam I bud non unfurn..H Ro.d. Dari.n Conn, Baptist March 14.15 quarter over the third romlnc | disC for most Iiv..ratf'sI7e
MI 24104 altar I pm If ad. APARTMENT miMi CompiIabitchal day afternoon at 2:45: in the '0 22 per tint.
lot. 6S 150 Good "
X Wild Jamboree
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALEBY Tnt Hoc and producers hu ald.,
Experienced ... N.. buch and 515,0ing kc.o". R.non.bl. MI 2 3544asenings. Wage. lncrea.ios tied ,
weitreta .t.d at I CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Educational Building with Mrs. In with
Baronl Maotaurant .. IY 'EASON CA YEAR 2/27th barbecue will be held Saturdayand Jensen and his tatli') operatea (
Apply In Notice I* hereby given that the
pereon: $I" 'UI Ava So MI I JJ9J March 14 and IS: treater buying demand, might that produces 4 IOOO to
___ i/6tf undaraigsad MARGARET T. SCOTT Sunday, {I dairy ,
Lot Sabal Shore ConvenientLocation I
Woitrata Apply at ;",..,.h.d EIIc',""... 57$ 'or Price. $795 1150dn Clerk of Circuit' Court of Collier at the Monroe Station club house esult In higher production I'50,000 gallon c.f milk a day.
L'Mttt Ra>all':, .pr'ol""o March SSG per ,0 thariaftarVia David C Jones. Raaltor. 351 County Florid., will, on lbs 23rd PUBLIC NOTICE :oats being pas ed along to the
60 miles west of Miami on the The commission which set its
ping' Center 3Sthfcla OUPREE APTS 299 5th Ave So Ml I 2.31522S day of March, 1964. 2 clock I ,
Franci, A".. So E Naplit. Coif P.M.. et front door oft Court.
3 In Jack.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Tamiaml Trail I next) meeting for April
I" personnel T.i ltim.---A; Sf ado...'la...n Driva) )/3tfmant fbORCOMMERCIA) %. LOT houte. Collier County In Last Neplee THE
ply' 'In parson at Liffttt Reiail.Naplea CompisIaly" lursisliad apart. WILL SELL ON TERMS OR Florid.. offer for III. and I2TH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Gates open for guests at 0:30 Says Barry Not I tonvllle, revived Its regulations

Shopping, Cantar *. TV on cable. open firaplica YOU CAN STEAL IT FOR saIl et public outcry to the liighett, AND FOR a.m. just ono hour before "chowtime' I In the light of a U. S. Sv ..
3/tIbia day week or month CASH MIDWAY 2215134wf end best bidder, for cash th. following COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN In Stream Of
: Court decision! that Florida could
Girl to perform countar and 2147 Washington; Av* Ml 2.2652.: : IIi.c property tituattd CHANCERY
dryclaanlng' dutie, *. Apply In 3/3 it 55' x 135' lot ,n NaplaaPk in County. Florid. to.wit: NO. '1997 Visitors are urged to bring GOP not tllv.nmlnate against milk

jtt paraon at Pratherh Laundry DON'T BUY OR RENT Trail 107th Avenue I blk*. wait of t The. Certon North 31 Addition Not, of Lot recorded II Block m e FIRST Florida NAPLES corporetion CORP.. their' cameras for rare shots Thinking :f from iiHtjMx/rlng elates. The tJE..

UNTIL YOU SEE Church across 11 S500 from get Kingdom'I. lv'eureacross Hall Flat Book I. p... *3. Public RIC' Pleintiff, of turkey, skeet and B-B shoots DOVER, N.H. (AP) Cov. I c I si! on knockfl out regulations

Girl Night, wenlad Apply luSt in, Fn parson.. I Sal at Eicit,YANKEE ng. unutual LANDING...".....tI A the atreet from church. purtuant ends of Collier' County fine! decree Florida offoreclMur WILLIAM"'. H. VICE and for small fry) the greased cy. Nelson A. Roc:kefeller's differ. 1 which barrel Imported milk

Carowaal Drive 'In watirtront Coop on Ch.II..hAv. J/Ut .t"ntt. .d In case pandIng JEANNE E VICE' his, wife" press polo shimmy contest open ences with his <:hlef opponent In John D. Pinkerton of Sarasota,

Ill Oyslar Say S.. "t LARGE 'CORNER MMI[" 'In laid Court. the Style of which ""f olive. end if they or either to visitors of all ages and the the New Hampshire presilontUl ,i a consumer member of the board
today or call Burton grot CIAL LOT ACROSS FROM ,. of .10.", b. d..d. lIsa unknown
14-Help Wanted Male 2 illS Alter hour 2H37. 1/5H COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE SAMUEL LICHTENSTEIN aid heir. devitaat. legatee orpron Indian ceremonial dance and al. primary were sharpened todayas I was elected chairman to succeed

I3S AIRPORT ROAD ROSE LICHTCNSTCIN .,.nl... or any oilIer llgator wrestling scheduled for he moved into the 'losing ,,Andrews. who recently was ape

NEED PART TIME MEN WHO 49-Houses For Rent FRONTAGE FRONTAGE: 177'ALL SIDE'Cl COlJP, hwaband end wife,Plaintiff' under *or claiming against by tuch. through of the afternoon. Display booths will days of his campaign I pointed a judge of the 2nd Dls.

70 COULD A WEEK.USE AN PHONE EXTRA MO Ml MERCIAL. ZONED WILL SACRIFICE TOMMY"MASSEY and them e* ere deed also feature interesting Items. The New York governor said i I t trlct Court of Appeal by Cov,

2.3.IS. 3/ltl t Mrm. furmiNM' hftull, eity I 2 151 PHONE MIDWAY MINNIE MASSEY Defandanls.TO Free swamp buggy rides will Sen. Barry Coldwater "Is not In ,Farris Bryant,
.. .,. TV cabl. available. :! : _. .___ 21.'! -
SU .
I husband end wife et el. : WILLYIAM H VICK end be offered to ail. the main stream of Republican
Gas station attandant time tot.I..oot .
part plr mo 2131 Pmeland' For Sal'. Wooded Lot D.1.nct.n"I JEANNE"' E VICK. his, wif*. Jimmy Roland famous for his "
at Cons neerShadowlawn To Find
day* Apply Crayton l/3tf I the docket number of which I I.I I. "if elive. and if they or thinking. Nil Voters

Standard. 3/4.41 F. "*.,oom tila 11.,10. I available, Easy School Terma city water Call I number Ei.n-:111I'.4: Sill's, 0' th.", be dud. flj casting, and John P. West, Ambassador Henry Cabot

Euparancad teleeman full or large Storage a'raa. Stove & Midway 2692 or sea your : of .., the, 3rd officiel lbs unknown. heirs. Border Patrol pistol shot, may Lodge and former Vice Presl Confusing Mass Of
part Induafriee refr'g. I 7S par month broker seal d Court this 0."".... Iagal.as or
3950'i41'irIC":1: 2.2792. Napla, Park.til.2.3111 3/3lf I day of March 1104MARGARET graniees 0' any .her cause a little envy among crack dent Richard M. Nixon, two un.

Jilt houaa. furnithad To tattle [...t.. Lot It. Block Clark of the Circuit T. SCOTT.Court parsons claiming by Florida sportsmen with their ex.hlbltlons. declared candidates In the prl Primary Ballots
,_. through under or *g* nt
3(91 after S JO I K. Pine Ridee r.t. .. Door prizes will be
Call Midway 2 of Collier County FloridaBy such of them e* ere deed mary, are not contributing fully
N.H. AP When
16-Help Available pm. II No Treil. Ml 2155. 2/lltf /./ Clerk INEZ. MAOILL Ret d.nce Unknown offered both Saturday and Sun. to the campaign because they ( )-
Deputy YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED New /Hampshire voters enter
BARGAIN SMITH CARROLL. VEGA. that e Comple 10 Quiet Title has day. A lucky grand prize winner have not participated In Its dls.
HAUF'EUR DESIRES' AND FULL GARDEN.ER TIME. 54-Trade or Sell BROWN 4 NICHOLS' bean brought againtt you in the will go home with a Winchester cusslons or debates, Rockefeller i polling places Tuesday, they'llbe
Waterfront Attorney for Plaintiffs above for the aof presented with the most be.
Lot at Gulf Her ttyled ceute pur pot rifle.
AIRPLANE bor lead to tie Gylf Suit U, S.lch Building seeking to ouiet the title I. th* said wllderlng bundle of ballots In
AREA SO YRS OLD. Neple. Florid Admission to the
real grounds and head.
following datcribed' property The presidential hopeful
EXCELLENT REFERENCES 1941 leach Dabonaire Lowtime March I. 1164 #S7 ,. : I the history of the stat*'* prtsl.
11 00* tut the Coun
Each all tahPhnn t end *
CALL MI 2449 3/1 Full radio panel Trade -I Iy of Collier", Stt of ;'-011.' *. to,w"t. parking Is frewt donations/ for ed toward the end of his New 'dentlal primary.
GiFriday will tak dictation for.1 business IM2. or acreage Reply Midway t 3214 NOTICE OF IPOTENTIOPOTO The w'tt II of ih* Southaetl 100 adult's dinner il.'d: ind '75 cents Hampshire campaign: with an'
In your horn or mine Par Napla_ / REGISTER. FICTITIOUS, NAME I of th* Northaatt of SlUm' 21 for children. I tili'> I Is from this Intensive round of sidewalk In addition to marking their
oriel and butinot laMar*. TIta u"d..d, does hereby Car I Township 4| South Renge.oI"I.ito I choices In the Republican or
Available' enytime, MI 2.M3I. 55-Stores Office 59-Acreage tify that we are :,, 'ntt: ratail YOU ARE HEREBY event support Florida Wild Life campaigning, speech making, Democratic presidential races
J/4.k mspig bucinat 1949 SIfiel **ry* a copy of your antwtr or Conservation activities and l It'I1h. and rallies ,
North Naples Florida sndev Ilsa other plaadmg on the ettornay* for I citizens will be expected tot
24 Acre Camp S.,. 1295 CASH! : ABBOTT AND FRUMKES : 1 at Ion. His comments on thn other
tieut of VANOER VEER the Plaintiff 1
Cff.ea Space 12 a It ft "0.'e11 JH name _ 1. Vote yes or no In a local
32 I I
mile from Golden
Musical Instruments acres
Rant ) par Coast MUSIC CENTER and that said firm Etqt iddrattad to them et Republicans who figure promt
Colony : lit 1:0 Aye f*. Gate I mile north of proposed i* composed of tins following .....on. 40 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. LBJ Should I option sweepstakes referendum.
tf Ft Lauderdale' road lads CASH I whelm nama and place of retidence Florida end te file. the er g,nel en*. Says nently In the primary cam In 2. Choose delegate to a state
AbMlutaly the tinsel investmenttpecbletion ore follow oar 0' other 'n tha olfica,
PIANO ea *': plaadirg response to questions at a din.
PoflE TMAM HALP Or In Collier County QUINTIN E VANDER VEER of the Clerk. of the Circus Court Say Who He WantsAs I constitutional convention.
FLOAIOA'S 7DIRIST5 WilL today 0 H. LUFF R. C. Breker too Fifth Street So Naples Fl*. ,n Naplas. Florida. on er .fo'. 10. ner.rUly attended by some 700 3. Elect selectmen and other
421 etfi St Mo Midway GLADYS C VANOER VEER 16th day of March 1964 Otherwise Thursday In Dover.
Beautiful spinet EMN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I 777H 240 Fifth Street So Naple' FlaOwnarthio the ellegetion. of said Complaintwill Running Mate night I l,local officer

iiealesH'h Acres us ""I.* of VANOER VEER I be taken e* confettad by you lI Thv task of voting will be par.
Piano in new con- from city only I five ee.. MUSIC CENTER i* a* follow. : and e Decree Pro Cenfetto. will.be WASHINGTON CAP) Atty. icularly complicated for Repub.
OUINTIN VEER 60% entered for tho relief Thursday Baying he wishes 'to
E VANOER egeintt you
parcel SOS Down
remaining' Gen. Robert F. Kennedy U sud.
dition. Greatly reduced JM per montn Philip N Keyee: GLADYS C VANOER VIES 50% .......nded. discourage any effort on hl i deans. Their primary ballot-
P. O. Bee DM ".pl... Midway II i* our intention to apply' to ino DATED this 12th day of February. Only trying to put the brake behalf la I l longest In the history of the
4"R.EET7ilEIA 2-VIO Clerk of .Ii. Circuit Court in end 164 New Hampshire or
in price on a fast.' Ovloc drive to
for 'miiar County Florida la' rag'*. MARGARET T SCOTT press elsewhere." i ital*-will contain the names of

terms be It ecre* Coconut tai tad name of VANDERVEEH ClerkCLERK him forward as President John.lon' The rice choice I f rtv* presidential candidates one
adioinmg presidential
can ar- VUSIC CENTER under ,,,. ( S SEAL) mate In Novem. and
Grove Cty weter 4 ttreettSI6 .rov.*>on* of Chapter lotS. Lows of By: INEZ MAOILL runt't"e he aid, should be left to John. 'v Ice presidential candidate,
i'anged.Trite to MO hums PKilio Keye Florida. Act of 1941 Dapuly ber. and Itlon. I 1 101 delegate candidate and al.
I. 0 Sos '405. M. 11110 ABBOTT AND FRUMKESAttorney BOO tile Democratic convene
I1I'p.5Wm Witnvt our hand .Ihi 17th Hay Described I as genuinely BUT national
Box 1737 N Naples. fllPtLL of P.bruav. 1944QUINTIN for Plaintiff, II* did not Bay whether he I arnate tor the. party' In
THE C SlANDER VEER 421 Lincoln Road prlaed at the campaign' mo. would onrntton at San Francisco
NEWS FOR accept second place on <:
MiamI Beach FlarldaP.O
mentura Kennedy Usuext
5atama ...It'\' 14. Mar 6. 1944 31 t ticket J fuly.IICIASSIRID .
Kl'liltCK STAMPS Fab II. 21 Mar I. II 1964 aOl 21 21. # the u It were offered
CJSt0U statement through A spokesman

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35 yean experience In host 'arelll. .Formerly the Doc: Mae former!) a Specialmt in (Children' Den.tltr OutstandingPerformance
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WINNER I E tury dealer in the U.S. and former UrgeM Cray been an Instructor in advanced Piloting, leather
dealer in the Slate of Florida. Managed Denham Jr. Navigation and Sail "iti the U. S. Power
4 Shipyard. City Uland N. \".\ Danla, Pompano, Squadron in Cle\eland AUo former education of
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Grafton, 20, blonde, of Winter Haven, sponsored by "-, .:

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will be a contestant in the 1964 Florida Citrus Queen ,

contest to be held in Winter Haven on March 9, duringthe 1963 ,

40th annual Florida Citrus Exposition.

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Nixon ReadyTo Florida HouseMembers |:| ( I and

Own Pay Raise | %

Party WantsNEW WASHINGTON (AP) A maJority *
I of the Florida House dele ?
gallon Is against a pay raise bill ( DUANE C. DUNHAM. JK.
which would boost their own sal. ? Service Man
Vice President Richard M. Nix. Service Man
arles by $10,000 a year to $32,* | DEALER Duane attended Mercury InterceptorVolvo and
on said today ha U ready to ac
cept the Republican nomination 000. I Bill is In charge of all service work on Evlnrude Mere Cruiser school He wan formerly Evinrude
A poll of the 12.man delegation | and Johnson motor Attended GM and Johnson and dealer in .
for the tame port again.He showed that only Rep. Dante Mercury Lantana Fla., 5 year ex
stressed that he If not a Fascell, D, would support the i i rervlce chool* in Waukegan, 111., and served a* perience in Cray, Interceptor Chris 'raft and
candidate for either the presl measure in its present form service manager for Chevrolet motor. Chrysler motor. He in a carburetor specialist in
dentlal or vice presidential nom. when it comes to the House floor all make of engine
ination but that he would do next week.
what his party asfed. Reps. Bob Bikes, Don Fuqua
Nixon, appearing on the NBC. James A. Haley, A. Sydney Her. +n S
TV "Today" program, was long, D. R. (Billy) Matthews, z M
asked by interviewer Hugh Paul O. Rogers, Charles E. Ben. I CONGRESS '. "' ..... A .P
Downs whether he would accept nett, and Claude Pepper, all I 1 + _
second spot on the ticket. Democrats, and Edward J. Gur. II I ,
"I know you are going to ex. ney, Republican, told a reporter / ..:
pect me to say 'no' because I they would not support the bill ,,
have been vice president for for so long as It included the
eight years and have run for $10,000 annual Increase for mem.
president," Nixon replied. bars of Congress."I 1' r
"But I don't go along with think too much money la I
the current talk among the involved In this bill. Some of the # _
present candidates for down Increases called for, Including
grading the vice presidency. I those for members of Congress, 1 M
think It la. time to upgrade it. should be lowered," Slkes tolda 1 l
And as far as I'm concerned reporter
I'm:' making it clear that I'm The bill Includes pay raises for ( 1 I Rt
not a candidate for presidentand most other federal workers. It I
not a candidate for vice ,would add about $549 million to I
president but I will do what. a federal payroll now running I
ever my party asks me to do more than $14 billion a year 0 I
and I feel everybody else The bill was cleared by the 0
should, too. Rules Committee March 4 for I ( i
"The vice presidency, as floor action next week by an 83 I ,t *
Lyndon Johnson's present posl vote. A roll call vote on the I Issue I ACILE K. ACE
JOHN c aimService ( ) HUTZ
tion today, is as Import.
proves will develop only If one.flfth of I
Man Service Man
ant as the presidency.
the members present on the I
Nixon said that the big sur floor request It. I Specialist in Mercury and Merc Cruiser engine Specializing in carpentry, mahogany and fihergla
prise In the New Hampshire Four Florida members-Hal. I He attended Mercury Intt'ft'fplor01.0.l Mere repairs and painting.
primary next Tuesday may be ey, Herlong, Matthews and Sikes
schools in customizing cork
Cruiser specializing "'
Democratic rather than
on -said they will ask for a roll
the Republican side. call vote. Others,including Reps. at the Boat listen Marina.
He said there were so many ,Sam Gibbons, Rogers and Gur
contenders In the Republican ney, said they would support a ,
presidential primary that no. roll call vote request but probe 0
body could win a decisive vic ably would not ask for one them. 0 '. "
selves. (I IBertbfett '
tory.Nixon forecast a large write said tie would'uppart (I '.
In vote for Atty. Robert F. Ken a request for a record vote. But ItI
nedy for the Democratic vice Fuqua and Fascell said they t'
presidential nomination one would not ask for u roll call vote
that might start a groundswellthat unless opposition to the bill
would propel him Into sec seemed 'so strong that such a :
end spot on the ticket vote would appear necessary. fot ;
Gibbons said he has not de. :
Winter VisitorStricken cided whether he will vote for P
the bill. P
Dies On Pepper said he favors the pay P '
1 bill calling for increases for fed. P I '"
Wty To Hospital era! workers but Is opposed to P ;
After I the Inclusion of Increases foe P :
passing through Naples .
yesterday afternoon Mrs.I I members of coruttess. He aiid P \ k
Richardson R.1.ReederorCarI I he would support a request for a j> f(
roll call but would not ask for t'
thage, N.Y., noticed that her : 'rt i i ::;

husband was ill,and at the north one.Rep.. William C,'Onam rtR' ., "" ,
edge of town hailed a passing I publican, said he would be more .. r \%
motorist who In turn called an j Inclined to support the bill If It
ambulance lid: not Include Increases for M\K: O. MORSE MORRIS E. GARRELL
Reeder was pronounced dead I members of Congress. Managerof Service Man

on arrival at Naples Community C Seorge: Sens. Spessard A. Smathers L. Holland, Florida and the Petti Coat Admiral hop featuring medium In charge of dock, hauling, painting and general
Hospital at 3:30 p.m. 1 1I Democrats, were asked whether price mart nautical tog and the hard to find la* boat home activity.\ Lifetime experience In fishing
I hey: would support the pay raisesill die' {in the N'aple area.
Relocate 75,000 Ii when It comes to the Senate sneaker"BOA T
lit then still Includes the$10,000
i Cubans But Miami :raise for members of Congress.

t Still Has 100,000 IMIAln. Holland Smathers said said he he .1undecided.would vote So.HAVEN

Fla. (AP-The Cu."igalost the bfll If it reacUes 1484 5th Ave.
,ban refugee center reported to t he Senate In its present orm Naples, Fla.
! day that 75,000 exiles have been md, additionally, would< ask for
relocated from Miami to other a L roll call vote if the measure NAPLES in *
American cities. comes: up for a decision unhanred. .
:: Smathers said he Is un.I.dded .
Aboqt .100,000 refugees stillUie whether he would ask

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