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 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40th YEAR-NUMBER 158 10 CENTS 20 Page SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1964 Add see hour for Marc

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1 111'' to 3 New CandidatesFile Murder Case Ends Third Week Nikita WantsTo

1111 I Iti4yt For County

", : t; Political OfficeThree Copy Yank

nil more political hope- Let Live- Farm MethodsMOSCOW
fuls filed at the office of Coun- Ruby

ty Clerk Margaret Scott on Friday (AP) Premier
afternoon to bring the total Khrushchev wants the Soviet
number of candidates for coun- Union's state-run collective
farms to stress Individual InltU.
office to 23.
ty live, reward hard work and
Earlier In the day, Cecil tlnue
copying U.S. agricultural
Drake, Everglades mayor,filed methods.
for the District 1 County Commission Oswald WidowDALLAS
Calling for a relaxation of bu.
seat. He will oppose reaucratic controls over agrl.
u Incumbent A.C. Hancock In the culture, Khrushchev said that
r May S primary election. each farm should decide for
r Filing Friday afternoon were (AP) -Mrs. Marina hearing the case were accepted. Just as fast" Serur, who said Itself what to plant and how to
Mrs. Emolee S. Barrett, Ron- Oswald says she doesn't want In Texas, a 13th juror Is not se. he was a longtime friend of operate.
ald Rimes and Clifford Jack Ruby sent to the electric lected as an alternate, So If one Ruby's, testified nevertheless,
1.T Geiger. chair for killing her husband, of the 12 becomes Incapacitated, that he was scared whenever Khrushchev praised American
I Mrs. Barrett Is for the
running borrowedsome
Lee Harvey Oswald. the case will have to be started Ruby became emotionally upset. farm techniques-"we
A ; School Board In District 2, op- In a copyrighted) story by the Each was asked whether ," ha aaid-end described

posing Les WhltaUer. Dallas Morning News, tne wtd. over.The first defense witnesses Ruby often broke Into tears. Soviet farmers as particularly

Geiger is running for con- ow of President Kennedy's accused were Little Lynn, Ralph Hemp. Little Lynn, relating a tele capable pupils of U.S. mechan.
stable in Justice of the Peace assassin said she does not HA, telephone company em phone conversation with Rubyon Ized corn production.

District 1. Rimes seeks the believe in capital punishment.When ploye; William G. Serur, a the Sunday he killed Oswald, Khrushchev made the speech
constable's office In the third there is no war on, no salesman, and William E. How. said, "lie seemed to have been Feb 28 at a rally of party and
--- human being has the right to ard businessman. crying" Serur and Howard agricultural workers In the
----- -- district and Rimesare a said
J.P. ,
JUDGED the best exhibit in the biology as "The AC Differential Biological Amplifier" the first to file for con- take another' life," Marina' They pictured Ruby as "high they never had seen Ruby cry. Kremlin It was first published
said. strung, highly emotional, easily As to Ruby's mental condl. today 1.the party newspaper
division of the Science Fair held entered by Ron Bender, shown stable In these districts, She said she had read some upset" They related Incident tion, Howard testified "1 would Pravda.

I at the Senior High School this past by his exhibit, (NEWS photo) Final day for filing for coun- and' watched television news in which Ruby got Into "fights say Jack was a fine fellow until Khrushchev's remarks tndl.
described ty offices is March 17. concerning the murder trial of and brawls and things like he took over the Carousel Club. cated his continued determina.tlon .
week was an experiment _.. Ruby now underway here, "but that." They said he flared up Then I decided he was a sick to draw away from the
I'm not following It all the way. In an Instant and "cooled off man" rigid agricultural controls of
140 ExhibitsIn I'm Just Interested." Stalin's era. That policy Is re.
Speaking In Russian through garded as one cause of the So.
an Interpreter or In broken eng Done But viet,' lagging farm output that
NHS Annual llsh, Marina said she hoped to Bay Dredging forced them Into major grain
someday "to do something for Imports from the West.
America in return for the Under Stalin, Khrushchev
Science FairMore TN101IO1 wonderful treatment I've re said, 'the work of the majority
celved." Lawsuits Accumulating of collective farmers was prac.
than 140 exhibits were
Since the Nov. 22 assasslna tlcally unpaid.
on display In the Seventh Annual has
tlon, an estimated $68,000

Science Naples Senior Fair which High concluded School 1 /a.l... 41 been contributed to the Russian Mine HUMOUS atter the completion In an amount necessary for the Public

yesterday, making It one of the born Marina. of the Naples Day boat plaintiffs to remove the silt. Hearing:

most successful In the series, THE STATE RESTS channel dredging work, the The suits also ask for an additional On Voting: Laws
a spokesman said. project Is very much alive" judgment of more than
The exhibits were Judged The state completed Its case on three different fronts. $500. Here March 17thA

Thursday and about 35 prizewinners against Ruby Friday. The first Hendry Corp. of Tampa, the The plaintiffs live on South- 4 1
were announced. Eight defense witnesses were charac. has claim winds public hearing on the elec.
contractor, a pend- Drive, near a tract of
tar witnesses who threw little or tton laws of Florida will be
of the exhibitors were chosen to
before the U.S. ArmyCorpsof land owned
ing by SIUI-
show their experiments at the no light on the circumstances of held by the Joint Interm Com.
has asked -
Miami Regional Science Fair to Oswald's death. Engineers. Hendry man, which was used during mlttee of the state legislature at
be held later this month. The trial's three weeks for extra expenses, amount the dredging work as a spoil the Naples City Hall on Tues.

Making the trip to the regional brought these unusual events i known only to the Corps and area. A "return canal" used day, March 17, at. a.m., it was
showing will be Ron Bender, 1. A Jail break Friday. An es. Hendry, which the contractor during the dumping of spoil announced this week by State
whose exhibit "The,AC Dlfferen capee with a fake gun, terrorli. said were caused by unfore- there emptied Into the channelon Senator Elmer 0, Friday of Fort
till Biological Amplifier," won tog spectators and court em. seen delays during the project which the plaintiffs face. Myers
the best.in.the.show award in the r 'L.L a- ployes. Karen (Little Lynn) The City of Naples may be The channel had a depth of Rep. Lorenzo Walker,although

biology division; and Ronnie 4 Bennett, 19, pregnant, a strip asked\ to pay 37.4 per cent of eight feet before, October 1962, not a member of the committee,
Rosendahl, exhibiting "Thiokol. JUDGED the best exhibit in physical experiment In "Thiokol-Synthetic Rub- per, cowering in a stair well whatever Hendry receives. but two months later Its depth will be asked to participate In
Synthetic Rubber," won the same ber The and crying, "Oh, my God) he's has been sued was reduced the hearing, Sen. Friday said
future by
shown Hendry
science division of the Science Fair scientist Is by "by at least three
ward In the physical science di. after me, Joy Belli, wife of Rep. O. B. Stall ings Jr., Jack.onvU10ta.cJWlrmatl .
/ vision. Others to go Include was the entry by Ronnie Rosendahl, an his exhibit, (NEWS photo) chief defense counsel Melvin Boat Haven{ Naples, and Philip. feet In many places' ," the, com .* of the com.
.. to comfort her. C, Morse for $IWBOlTV to 'palnt: cll.ra ... miner..
Eric Steele, Judi Smol1an, Missy Balt.tryini damage
Lulejian, Bruce Lamartlne, Few persons inside the court. compensate for structural In making the announcement,
Ricky Winter and Joe Deland. room knew of the Incident. The to the Dost Haven pro- Plan Senator Friday said the hearingsare
Winners In a "Zoology March Enters Like A Lion court proceedings were not dls.rupted. perty and loss of Income while Telephone not being held to "debate"the

man" were,'Judl Smollan, first; repairs are made. That suit Booth OutsideOf election laws, but to give
Bonnie Winokur, second Trudy 2. Probably for the first timeIn alleges that the damage was the committee an opportunity to

Marshall, third; with honorable any courtroom, the defendantand caused by dynamite which lien- Spacecraft hear any criticism or suggestionsthe
mention going to Donna Howell, For the Jury saw a film of the dry used In loosening hard rock public may wish to make con.
John Roan, and Deeda Parsons. County Building But actual shooting. The film was at the upper end of the bay. HOUSTON ,Tex (A P)-Those corning the state's electlon aws.

"Behavior Studies animal taken from a live telecast of the This past week,Mr.and Mrs,, outside telephone booths pop up The committee Is charged with
than Man)":John Berlault, scene. Ruby showed little emo. and Mr. In the darndest places. reporting to the legislature atlta
first andSammySnellhonorablemention. lion as he watched. Theodore W, Martin The Manned Spacecraft Cen. next session how the people of
Like A Lamb For The 3. Earlier Dlst. Judge Joe B. and Mrs. James J. Taylor fll, ter has advertised for a tele. Florida feel about current state
"Invertebrate Zoology" Ro. City Brown was absent because of ed suit against Hendry, chiming phone extension to be fitted on election laws, Sen. Friday said

bert Bianchi, first: Tommy Pro. illness. Another Judge replacedhim. that the dredging contractor the outside of the Gemini space. All public officials, a4. wellas

venzane, second; Penny Salmon, March breezes blew In th that the county beat the city Issued during the first week of Brown returned the next caused lilt to pass Into a craft so the rescue team can all Interested persons, are
day, a Texas precedent, legal channel which the In and talk Invited to attend the
plug to the
on astro. hearing
third Terry Langford,honorable navigable on
; direction of the county building by a two oone margin duringthe March was the $30 000 branch
authorities believe Belli argued nauta Inside. March 17, the Senator
mention. Martins and Taylors live. This declared
office last week, where contrac. week. Clemmer hopes the office for North Naples which ls .
"Vertebrate Zoology": Ron tors took out permits totaling weather stays nice, since he Is being established by Inter>County that .this was grounds for a mis.trial. silting made the channel too

I Bender, first; Larry Wynn, se. $132,948 worth of new construe not averse to having the county Telephone Co. This building will 4. A total of 162 were shallow to navigate, the plain '" ; '':,
persons :
cond; Cline Ansley, third; Jane tlon. out-build the city In any given face the Tamiami Trail at 102nd examined as prospective Jurors tiffs charged. .. ,i., .
Forrester, honorable mention. County Building Official Carl week. Avenue In Naples Park. H. 1... before the 8 men and 4 womenMississippi's The Martins and Taylors filed ;
(CasUseel MI pat I) Clemmer smiled as he learned Biggest of the 20 permits Long Is the contractor for the separate suits,but the word- .f

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Seven housing starts also con.
James R. Adams represents -
triubted to the big week. Michl. $ ,
the plaintiffs, and the
e gan Construction fro la buildinga Voting; Law Held matter has been assigned to PI ,
tr $16,500 house for Big Cypress 0,00j
Country Club greenskeeper Paul Good By Court Circuit Judge Archie Qdom. I1
Nevers on a lot In the recently. The suit asked the court to 'I "
JACKSON Miss (AP) Mis.slsslppl's '
opened Big Cypress Golf and controversial, Issue an Injunction ordering ,. rlnco9 <
Country Club Estates voting Hendry to "restore the chan-
laws have been found constltu.
also la nel to I Its condition"
The contractor
same original L-1'
tlonal In a 2.1 decision by a
building two other houses for the three-Judge federal court panel. within 30 days; or a Judgment :
golf club In the same develop. Friday
The ruling came In a
ment at costs of and s
$12,000. suit by the Department Private Session 1
which said the laws were shaped
State Homes Inc. Is building ,
with the Intent of barring Ne.
a $10,000 residence for CarrollC grove from voting. The suit was Tomorrow For ... ro rvL00 '
Roney at Immokalee. Whitaker :
dismissed.The .
and Nicholas building three
laws specify that a voter I'
houses for and two Council "
one $9,632 Naples T
must be of good moral characterand 10
for $9,000 apiece, at Sorrento :
able to read, write and In. NaIN010 ooa .
Gardens subdivision City Council members will dls.
terpret the state constitution to
At Immokalee, Shelley S. Car. the satisfaction of the registrar. cus: personalities and other l I. ,1
ter is having a $6,216 commercial "No provisions of the state terns Monday afternoon in a do.. ,

building constructed. Immo. constitution or a statute of Mis.slsslppl ed doors session to which the
I il kalee Supply took out a $9,200! deprive any citizen of press may be Invited on an of I.
foundation permit as the first the.record basis. {
the right to vote because of rac* Nk
step In enlarging Its concrete Items which Mayor Archie +
or color, the majority opinion
w 1L4 IN plant. said. Turner Indicated will be up for
(Coatiie) e. page I) discussion Monday Include apos.
,1z'r-T slble solution to the "seawall
dilemma" The City would like

Popular AgricultureTour to have a legal! way to prohibitany d" rGre
more seawalls from being
built on the Gulf astride the high

Set For Mar. 24The tide Council mark.possible members remedies suggestedsome at Wed.

neada,'. meeting, and Turner
third annual Collier Tickets will be on sale asked for a conference to ex. 1

A County agricultural tou r,conducted within a week, Lander said plore the matter further
1 1 Yv by the Greater Naples The number of participants In Secretarial services provided

Chamber of Commerce, wUl be the tour will be limited, as by the City for Council members

9' held on Tuesday, March 24. before, to about 190, he noted. may come up Monday, There Is
r The: tour price probably will no budgetary provision for City i.
r The date was announced Fri secretarial work for any Council
be five
: JSPOTatt
per person
member other than the
day by county agricultural agent Including all costs, transpor- mayor.
Don who also Is chair- This was the Item Councilman
. tation, and lunch.
-, Francis Ford put on, and then
man of the Chamber's agriculture
This year's tour will allow asked to be taken off, last Wed.
A MAHARAJAH and his "slave girls"are tern is Peggy Hughes. The queens committee. participants to see the start nesday's agenda.

caught travelling through the jungle bearing the heavy burden down the Purpose of the tour Is to of the county's new sugar cane Other possible discussion to. --

looking for beauty queens to enter left side are: Katie Scott, Linda Lou give residents and visitors in Industry, review the progress pica Monday Include two appoint LONG WAY TO GO Drive to collect $110,000 to
the Naples area a chance to made In the comparatively new menu to the Zoning Board of A* build In I It
the Naples Jaycees' "Miss Naples" contest Williams, Erika Schrader-and Gloria ppeals and a Recreation Board new county library headquarters Naples

to be held this month. A close Bernard. Bearers on the right are see of the farming variety and and complexity ranching-, citrus Industries and, ornamental and visit .sample flower vacancy to be filled. now several days old, and progress to date Is reported

examination proved it wasn't a Maharajah Ann Zimmerman, Connie Workinger, which the Chamber of Com fields of the winter vegetable "encouraging." In the picture, Mrs. Mamie Tooke,

| but Jack Slottag, Jaycee chairmen Ellen Whitsitt, and Kay Bernard. The merce points out as the coonry's farming Industry which comprises 1111 U1WffRINrw chairman of special gifts section, paints In the current

of the .contest all decked out infancy entourage was photographed at the largest single econo- the county's agricul- rCURDRIVER'S drive level $42,100 as drive treasurer Arthur

a rig*$* "ime bearers weren't Caribbean Gardens which will be the mic Item. conducted The all-day aboard excursion tural Demonstrations backbone of specialized lUNSE Russell looks on. The campaign runs through the
slave girls but actually beauty queens. scene of the finals in the beauty con alr-condltloned buses and Includes cattle breeding also win WHIMS rout month of March, with director Frank Kerrioan'hoping

Leading the parade carrying the lan test. (NEWS photo) lunch. be Included. BIRTH MONTH to wind It up before schedule, (Caples photo)

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2 COLLIER colfrrrv NEWS TunTay, 'Sf are i 8, mi -. q* Wallace 'Carries Sit-Down In I

King Paul
aaattsrs3rtiawxur? -- %_- Rights Fight Into Police Station '

Wisconsin Primary NEW YORK (AP) -' Civil

Tips OnBoating NaplesFlotilla Lies In StateIn MADISON, Wis. (CAP) Ala.:Rights demonstrators staged a
bama's Democratic Gov. ,slt-down in police headquartersand
I' (l I George C. Wallace has carriedhis i a lie-down on a Trlborough
wr USCGA states' rights campaign into ;:Bridge roadway Friday jhir.
; PalaceATHENS the presidential arena, ent I.t.teen persons were arrested,
- log Wisconsin's preferential prl-i traffic was snarled and bead-

A few hints are offered by on a piling and gradually shift Greece (AP>-In a mary April 7. (quarters' revamped its security
members of Flotilla your weight ashore.As hearse with drawn black cur. With the prediction, 'Til,measures.
Naples boat becomes It of Paul rw + probably get more votes than a Police Commissioner MitfaelJ. :
a larger tains, the body King
93 of the U.S.COlStGua rd Auxiliary t lot of people think," Wallace ,: Murphy warned that hl department >
to Athens tocLy to
Is less sensitive to the move- was brought I 1,
t T submll
concerning early acquisition In an "will not to
his became the third figure ]
ments of crew members. How- lie In state. Behind it rode $ \
of "sea legs" to avoidsurprise 23.year.old son now t f election that had shaped up as :rule by pressure or mob." i
popular, UNffJ
ever, just because you can NOSPiUi l Democratic and! All members /the
plunges to the flooring King Constantine, whose ascen. a test between are 0
or even over the rail. step aboard briskly without upsetting lion to the throne in time of cri. 1't Republican favorite son candi.(,Congress of Racial Equality.i .
You accustomed to walk- a boat, don't become of the HGa dates. i i am tri
are sis tempered the grief 't
Beautiful Coquina Sands 11
Ing on a solid surface. The careless. Depending on widthof nation. 'r, t Democratic Gov. John W. ,
deck oil a boat Is constantly In beam, weight of hull and Paul's body was taken from P Al'.t Reynolds had hoped to run un. I Low 1960 price only $5.6tt I.
motion, even In protected wa-, ballast, boats up to 25 feet or suburban Tatol Palace to the opposed as a favorite son head.I See this superb homenlte t i4
This calls for set more In length will still roll Royal Palace In the center of bag a national convention dole1gate "ttl< +>
ters. a new fcG. LVFF
of some when boarded,just enoughto this capital. It was placed in the slate pledged to President I H. *",
of body reflexes, new .t On the Republican
throw you off balance unless main ceremonial hall, where Lyndon B. Johnson. Reg. R. E. Broker !
walking, stepping and hang- you have a firm grip on three hours after Paul's death side, Rep. John W.,,' Ul 9th St. N. r .',
Ing on. Byrnes Is unchallenged as he
Constantine took
handrail Friday night -
or some other sol
Let's stan from the dock. attached his oath to defend the Greek heads an uncommitted delegate

When boarding a small, ten- idly On boats fitting nation and the orthodox faith. AUTOMOBILE delivered In Na- Mrs. Rolin president of the list. I .
FIRST Staley
large to '
der boat such as a dinghy or enough It will remain there until Mon. In filing his papers a few --
canoe, crouch alongside, with walk around on when under- day when It will be moved for ples by the Wood ChryslerPlymouthAgency auxiliary; Mrs. Jack Meadors, chair hours before the deadline Fri. -:; .....J4F. _
your side to the boat. Assume way, most frequent tumbles are public viewing at the Metropo. went to the Naples Communi. man of the Ways and Means Commit. day, Wallace said, "My purpose FOR SUN FUN& risfi
caused by the shore habit of ., Is to tell the truth about the'Socalled
the you are boat facing Is to forward right.and walking stiff-legged. Keep your 11s thedral., the Greek Orthodox ca. ty Hospital, courtesy of the firm. Members tee; Mrs. A. A. Riddleberger and Mrs. civil rights bill and Silver i !

your knees flexed of the Ellen Summerlin. Looking in the how It would destroy the private \
Place foot In the so they can com- Hundreds of Greeks lined the hospital pressntThursday on *
your right Bo < H'Vfn ..
center of the boat and seize the pensate for the roll of the boat. road from Tatol Palace to see to help the new firm cele- rear is Joseph Bertolami, hospital administrator country.enterprise" system in the ,MODERN( SAFE, Jlgi <

port rail with your left hand. Watch out for lines underfoot. the motorcade bearing the brate a formal' opening are from left: and at left is Don Turner, FISHING | tall
Always hold on at least with -
As you gradually shift your one hand, following the old sail body.With Constantine was his Mrs. R. D. Case; Mrs. Harry Peters; manager of the new auto agency. Some Writers Get 2-2857 or MI -
weight to the right foot, grab or's mother, Queen Frederika. Con.stantine's Capt. Cecil Lamb
practice of"one hand for From :)
the starboard rail with -
your fiancee, Princess tries smaller amounts. Havana -
right hand and bring your left yourself" and one hand for the Anne Marie of Denmark, and Yank Effort To Choke broadcasts indicated Castro also Apartment Walls ;< .
foot aboard. Maintain your ship. his sister,Crown Princess Irene, has trade feelers out in Latin w
crouching position and steady When laying forward, keep rode behind them. America and Africa. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Song JMg.. 11Aa Ac.wr
yourself with both hands until your feet Inboard of toe rails The Greek public appeared to The Communist government writers-at least some-get
you have moved to a position and use the handrails on the have confidence in Constantine, admitted sugar sabotage has their best inspirations from
where you can lower yourselfInto cabin dells. now the world's youngest reign Cuba Has Failed Castro been high. A single antl.Castro looking at drab, gray walls of purr u .
a Under storm conditions remember ing monarch, In an hour of national group, the Comandos Mamblses, city apartments.
If the seat.boat that the deck Is slip crisis over the dispute be. MIAMI (AP) Fidel Castro leases to Cuba all ovar 2 million with headquarters In Central Composer Ben Weisman re. TERMITES
were on your left pery. Don't be ashamed to wear tween the Greek and Turkish may have 200 million sugar dol. tons, as expected, Castro could America, has burned thousandsof Gently moved from New Yorkto .1.
,the first moves would be made a life Jacket. communities on Cyprus. lars this spring to widen the keep a million tons to buy ma. tons of cane. Hollywood to write "Fun in WORK ALL YEAR
with left foot and right hand. crack In the crumbling U.S. ec. chlnery, parts and other things But Arturo Suelras, presidentof Acapulco" for Elvis Presley.
You would board facing forwardIn onomic blockade of Cuba, exile needed to bolster his shaky econ. the exiled sugar growers, His California studio looked caH AROUND
a canoe or outboard. A Taft Brown For experts estimate. omy. On paper, Cuba Is obll. said "If you burn cane, it Just out on the blue Pacific. '
rowboat would be boarded fac- Struggle The estimate-contingent upon gated to sell her sugar to Rus. makes it easier to cut, the sugarIs "It looked like Acapulco but
ing aft, and this would reverse harvestors winning their race eta for 6 cents a pound In mer. still there. The burning must it was too distracting for song

the movement of feet and hands. with anti-Castro saboteurs chandlso. The ..world. market is, be absolute and total." writing. So I pulled the curtains ..ke.1 Mme
4.r the
Don't stand up In boats as Ohio Senate Nomination came as Havana Radio, monl. higher. Exile growers Secretary Pedro shut-and got my work done." ywr
tender tored here, told of increasingtrade A million tons could mean$200 Martinez suggested "The' ,
as these. Move about
.. relations with Cuba million for Castro, depending on most effective action Is to get at
by crouching and crawling:: and WASHINGTON (AP) His is stressing in preparation lora throughout the world. the market. Before Castro, when the cane In warehouses, at su. FOR SALEA
when you disembark, reverse eyes glinting humorously, Rep. big political showdown in "We now have credit as do the United States paid Cuba a gar mills or aboard ships."
the boarding process If the level Robert Taft Jr. likes to tell a Ohio, a contest that is attracting few other countries," the radio premium over the world market Havana Radio announced Cu. NICELY FURNISHED two bedroom, two bath

permits,getting one foot or kneeon story about how, on his first day national attention. quoted the prime ministeras price, the country received about ba's sugar crop will be In.
the dock, a secure handgrip in Congress, he almost acquireda year.old Taft, a who pleasant.stands 6 voiced feet 1 47.and saying, "despite efforts of $700 million annually from sug. creased by 650,000 acres next home located on 10th Ave. South West of
reputation as a big spender Imperialism to strangle us eco.
He took his family to lunchIn weighs 203 pounds, Is runningfor nomlcally." ar.Exile sugar men said Castro year. Third Street. This is an Ideal location, near

MOVING TO FLORIDA the House restaurant. Un. the Republican nominationfor The Cuban Sugar Growers As. already has sold or:.offered more
lowest Ratea-Bonded 7hr.. familiar with the custom, hedidn't the U.s. Senate seat noM soclatlon in Exile estimated this than a million tons of this year'sharvest During World liar II, (I the tho Pier, Beach, Catholic Church, and the Beach
held by Democrat Stephen M. height of meat rationing a
era, Modera Equipment. Sample know whether a tip was year's crop at 3.3 million tons. on the world market. I
Rate Between Napleai, in order. So he gave the waiter Young. This compared with 3,821,000last Japan and Morocco were re. Texas shipyard used bananas Shopping Area.
$10 to the bill and Opposing Taft In the RepublU instead of grease to prepare the
cover $7
year, smallest In 18 years.A ported buying 300,000 tons of
I *lid! 2000 Iba. 4000 It*. lingered hopefully for some can primary Is Ohio Secretaryof spokesman for the exile Cuban sugar each, Spain 200,000 ways on which new ships slid R.E. BOWLING Midway 2.3166

I tout you 'toet yonNew change. State Ted W, Brown. AmonYoung's ,g group said that If Russia re. Netherlands 100,000, other count into the water.
In the Democratic
"The waiter back opponents
York 1201.20 $362.40 never came
I: Chicago $201.20 $362.40] and I'm still waiting for the primary Is former astro-
naut John H. Glenn Jr.becretary .
change Taft "I
says. was
Cleveland $199.60 $3S9.2 of State Ted W.
afraid for a while would
Serving all northern points they Brown thrives on tough compe.
a big-spending had
and Florida Including Naples.; ,, hit town." tltlon in politics as well as

Fort Myera, Punta Gorda. No matter how humorously sports / .
Leisurely Shopping
"I've Enjoy
a competitor all
Harbor Sarasota, /
Charlotte !I they may regard departure my life," the former foot :.
etc. Write for rate. and coat I of some of their own cash, the

leatimatel from any city to J I Tafts of Ohio have emphasized with ball a player grin."This and wrestler says .. ; t ;;; 'If: I .' f I r jJ W 1IIaL1IW1IIi_ : ..... ;'

,any FJorMji. point,or call col. ( frugality with other people's race for United States 'I 1'1 I' < .... ...... "..." rr .. I ,I.. I f\" ,II
.feet-Phone 8621121.TERMINAL money "fiscal"Integrity" In senator Is another tough contest -ON _
the federal
j government, as
VAN LINES the but this Is my year to move 4' :
325 8th Street, South large present puts It congressman, at up," he asserts. : r\
Brown 57 Ohio's chief elec.
t ,
St. Petersburg, Florida
That II one of the themes he
tlon official for 14 years, speaks
with quiet confidence about the
senatorial race. THIRD
Brown's sliufoot frame Is '
MpLE ."f'JEATRE down from 209 pounds to a trim
'f'J $ 163 after a heart attack last !

I WfFltI Y THEATRE PROGRAM year. lie quit smoking and
keeps In shape with physician. I
M Period Of H prescribed exercises.
1. R. & R. Robinson Inc.
lie fancies bow ties ,
f I 14th wears
horn rimmed and combs 2. Harmon
glasses Gallery ;.

back.Brown his thinning dark hair straight s. Harold Grant'sAntique Naples I Finest Resort And Speciality Shops

SUN. likes to work at his 4. AddictCattle's
job. He usually puts In a longer
office day than his staff and 5

MON. still .finds. time for. campaigning" .. ,, 6. Grace Lake Florist ... ', J I Ample Un-Metered Parking
I I' yIor i
:t WATCH NAPLES GROW 7. Bob Baker Shoes ".

TUES. W II N Bi iS 713 Trail frontage ,8. Zita Inc.Johnston. f!; cD.

$100,000 of Florida .,1 1. '

72 Acres Naples Bay 10. Mark Fore and Strike / :\
J ...
$300,000 '
/ <
: '
Helen Burton-Little I '.
5 acre 1 mil. from Gold. 11. /

tn Gates $1.250. Coquina Shop /

WED, BEST PICTUREOFTHEYEAR I g' H I Luff R.,. R. E.fir 12. Ralph H. Lesher Jewelry '

Broker 13. Marion Michaels '',

THUR. I 421 9th St., No. 14. Frock & Frill Shop fp' ._ _

15. Brae R dell Inc. ,
FRI, a a rSAT.
Title Companyof 16. fhe Fligor's Wool Shop li ; 16'

JACKrHAWroouKINS Columbia Naples 17. Sports & Specialty Shop

ABSTRACTS ESCROWSPeppard 18. Seminole Fine Foods Market I4.'' _
Bldff.MI 19. Community Service Station 11, 01J
2-6039 ..
Oil Filth Are., So. 10.

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MARCH Ith 9th 3 MARCH 13th 14th TO AllREPUBLICANS f 1\ '

cmNINGlA' \

SUN.nx N := aut Any Republican registeredfor

2 years may be a candi.

PLUS SECOND ,I.UUU date for the following offices:




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'LUI SECOND CIAtUSE contact the Republican Ell'

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SAT P.O. Box 893. Na. .
County, .
IIIH H plea, before March 14. Deadline 'f

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t C22 1Ata RP2'Zi a !CSCf Sunday, March 8, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

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MARCO Science Fair. .
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BY DIANE BOWERS "Botany"t Christ HuUen,

5... "1Ld +. -...- .. first; Ann Pike, second, Candyce
J; Anderson, third; Mary Lynn Me.Kenzle 0a
and Mrs.
Orla Ford of ful retired Industrialist of Port
and Harlette Miller hon.
III:I Michigan, have been Austin, Mich., who with his orable mention. ,

vision* the Roger Johnsons of charming wife Louise,are spend. RonRosendahl
"Chemistry": ,
M aro. Ing their winter at the Islanderon at SUNSHINE SUPREXStokley's
first second
Missy LulejUn,
; ;
..T.t Robert Johnsons who for.tier' Marco Island has many un. Bruce Lamartlne,third; Bob Bender

managed the Idle HourRg5turant usual hobbles. Expert fisherman, Bill Splnjler, and Richard
In Coodland have sheller and mechanical
mov. genius, Woodruff, honorable mention.
ed "d are now staying at the his advice Is Invaluable and ea. .
"Geology father and con.servatlon"
Hit;lands, gerly sought by all boat owners t :
Ijutt: Kuzyk, Port Marco's la. on Marco. His fame being such, : Karen Hultzen.flrst;

t member, Is among the first the garbage disposal truck of the Ann Harerthird.Rogers, second; Henry

to I Ye-He left Wednesday morn. Islander requiring mechanical 'yea
Electronics" Frederic Win.
;ing or St. Petersburg where they repairs, he generously and 1m. :
vr 11i! spend a few days before mediately offered his expert as. ter cond., first; Harry Comacho, se-

golf Mlh.to their home In Muskegon, slstance. In short order he hadIt "Physlcls" Yvonne Whitaker, Tender Sweet
running perfectly and enthu.
| gr and Mrs. Wesley Payne slastlcally took the controls, first; Susan Ballard, second; and
UK' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ul. skillfully piloting It from pointto third; PEAS
MRS. H.D. BARNESNotes "Engineering" Eric Steele,
beg returned Tuesday night from point and recording a new re.
first Rick Clemons second and
; ;
Orando where they visited with cord for the course
Jackie Van Dusen
M:. and Mrs. Virgil Ewlnn.J Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bo. honorable

I Aster Stahl of Wilmington,Dl.let wers drove to Fort Myers Wed. L I B R 'R mention."Nuclear Thysics" Joe De-

Monday after a three week nesday afternoon. While they land, first. 2-394
with Frank Cerveny. were there they visited a friend, "Pure Mathematics"
t.y and Mrs. Harvey Doxsee Louis Batastlnl, who Is In Lee Herman, first.

Fort Myers visited with Memorial Hospital recuperatingfrom (Ed. note .. Group pictures of
J. H. Doxsee heart attack.
Sunday. Mr. a winners In both biology and Kay Jun .
: Is Mrs. J. H. Doxsee's New guests of the Islander aret BY T. T. THORWARD steal sciences, as well as phy.pictures I k **
IrS' Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lelb
Ray Singleton from Fort of Peonia, Dlj; Mr. H. Hockberhof Mrs. H.D. Barnes, library of Judges, will of appear In YAM?
, Tuesday's edition the NEWS.)
board member from North Naples -
/ and Mrs. Mable Love Pennsylvania; Dr. and Mrs.

'tuve visited with their mother, Young of Carlisle, Iowa; Mr. and says that there Is one

> rs. J. H. Doxsee, this past Mrs. Fred Green of Des Moines, question about the library she 'RENEW YOURDRIVER'S c i

>eek. Iowa; and Mr. and Mrs. J. Jera. Is sure she can settle If It LICENSE I
Little Lin Doxsee, daughter of bek of Algoma, Wise. ever should be raised. ThatIs ti 2&494
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arthurof Guests of the George Woods, the question of who was DURING YOUR

Fort Myers, has been spend. who are staying at the Islander, first to drive a "Bookmobile"In BIRTH MOH1H

ing a few days with her aunt, were Mr. and Mrs. WUlard Shy Collier and the
County, reason
Mrs. Lucille Thompson. She re. who stayed for one week and Mr. PUBLIC NOTICE Keystone
she feels
to settle
turned home Tuesday. and Mrs. Lewis Wood who spent competent
the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Shy the question Is that she NOTICE OP APPLICATIONTO

UNUSUAL HOBBIES are from Saginaw Mich., and Is pretty sure the first "Book- WATER'ANAGE''ENT I'OR'A DISTRICT 3h MUSHROOMS

Isadore A. Homrlch, success. Mr. and Mrs. Wood are from mobile"driver InColllerCounty Notice: It hereby' given' to all per-: iif .
dc '
Interetted in the
Finley, Ohio. was Mrs. H.D. Barnes her- ton tcribtd lends In Collier County ;

They are staying busy at the self I DESCR'IPWTON OF LANDS IN THE iTC GC .
NAPLES lodge, and lodge dock,with guests She has pretty good reasons PROPOSED COLLIER WATER 5u"\\ 3794

coming and going. for considering herself to be UNDER MANAGEMENT CONTROL DISTRICT OF NO GULP I S11t1S11111,

Clayton Thomas from Phlla. an authority on the subject, AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION
delphia spent the week visiting SIC lion. 30 end 31. Town.hlp 47
since she came toColllerCoun- South. Ranit 21 East, Collier
BUSINESS with Mrs. Thomas and Mrs.Jean
ty while It was still Lee County FloridaSactlont
White. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. 29 and 12. Township 41
Jean White are spending several County. That was back In South. Range 2tE.it CollierCounty. Joan of Arc .. Stokley'sCATSUP

SERVICEPAYROLLS months at Mrs. White's home at 1923, when she accepted a posi- Sections, Wl3. 1&. 13,24.25., '
Caxambas.Mrs. tion In Bonita Springs as a 26 27 !S. 33. 34. 35 and 36. Township KIDNEY BEANS
27 East Col
41 South Range
Kay Epprecht,from Coral teacher In the elementary liar County Florid.
Gables spent several days school. Shortly afterward she The South ISO feet of Section 25 East 2S.Townthip .
49 South Rani
visiting her sister, Mrs. Jean transferred to the Naples Ele- Collier, 'County Florid: Barren 14Cant

RECORDS White. mentary School, which became Collier. Jr) 2 No,1
Commencing at the Northw.it corner 354 174
pan of the Collier Coun- of Section 35, Township 49 O' Boftlf
TAXES Florida Solons South Range 25 Eatt. CollierCounty.
ty School system when Collier Florida: thence along the
West (in* of tid Section 31. South
AND Voted For Wheat, County was established. Mrs. 0 d.|,**. 29 minutes 20 seconds
Barnes Is a graduate of Berea West S64 II feet for a PLACE OF
North H "The Best Of Meats For Miles
BOOKKUPINGSYSTEMS Cotton Measure College, Ky., and had some experience degrees 44 minutes 20 seconds.

WASHINGTON (CAP Florl. teaching In Indiana East orb 29 minute fut: thence 20 seconds South 0 West defreet

da's Sense Spessard Hollandaud and Ohio before coming to Bo- 74 feet to the East end West
U line of said Section 35. thence
George Smathers voted for the nita Springs. 60
South 19 degree* 12 minutes
Phone election year wheat and cotton Although Mrs Barnes can seconds West 21S feet; thenceNorth
bill which passed the Senate 53. 0 deems 21 minutes 20
very properly claim pioneer tecondt East 17$ feet; thence and
Ml. 2.5143 35 Friday. They also voted for status because of her North 45 deireet 2> minutes 20
amendment that passed 48-43 many seconds East 141 42 feet to the
an years In Collier County, her West line of said section, 15, thence
US Fifth A?*..., 8itkN and put a two year limit on the husband along said Watt Section line North
H.D. Barnes whom TASTYk
cotton program. 0 d.|' 29 minutes 20 seconds
pi'>*. Florid! she met after coming to South b.East|inning 171197 being ft a to part the ol pIece sections of

"Stop" Sign Mean STOP Florida, has even more so. 34 and 31 Township 49 South,
Mr. Barnes Is a native of Bo Rang* 25 Eatt. Collier County,
Florida (Collier Development
nits Springs. Both he and Mrs. .1 Beginning at the Northwest Brentwood

NO JOB TOO BIG Barnes carry the weight of the hip corner 49 South of, Section R-'nge IS.21 Town East 594

l OR TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE uncounted adventures and experiences Collier. County,. FloridaThence: CORNISH GAME HENS
long the North line of said: section each
which accompany North 19 degree 41 minute 29
frontier but seconds Ettt 32412 feet, thence
f living lightly, they, Soulh 45 degree 29 minuses 20
Since 1919 J like Miss Neal of Everglades, seconds West 214 69 feet; thence

MEANSRELIABILITY bear the marks of the true pio- seconds South 0 West degree 61191* 29 feet minutes, thence 20 Fresh Ground '

neer In their quiet manners and South 99 degrees 44 minutes 29
seconds Weil 176 feet to the West PATTIE's894
understanding attitudes,as wellas line of lId section 35, thence CHOPPED SIRLOIN
their obvious unconcern toward along taid West line Nrtn 0
degrees 29 minutes 20 lecornjiEait
TOM LOGAN PLUMBING trivial crises and unex- 664 II feet to the place of
minor beginning. being, part ol' theNorth
pected difficulties. tt of the North Pot of the
465 Fifth('., So. Phone MI 2-2923 or MI 2-4402 Before her retirement, Mrs. North H o* Section 35, Township,
49 South Range 25 East CollierCounty 10 Patties to
Barnes was eight years county Floridaa.. W Morrii)
supervisor of the ColllerCounty Section I. 2, 3. 7. I, 9, 10. :II, BURGERS 2 I 894
II 14, 15, II,3J1. 0'w' 22, IbLIJoX
Schools. It was during this tl.: 27, 21, 29, end 1 H PATTI
CHECK d DOUBLE CHECK of Section II, Township 49 South,
that she
period claims the distinction Range 26 East Collier, County,

DUNBARS S3 of operating the coun- Florid Section, I. 2, 1, 4. 5, 6, 7. I,

\\n hauled ty's first"Bookmobile",as she 9 Range end 27 10, EZt. ..Colier. :. County South,,
supplementary reading
f. Rebuilt PaymasteryCheck materials from school school (, 7'1411$. 19.d303i south ofState
Protector $25.00 I for several years In her own ship 46 South, Rang 21 Lest
up car until the County was ableto Collier County' Florida.The .
provide the schools with their Township 49 South, Range 26 East ,
FREE.. PROMPTUF.I.IVF.RY own school libraries. Collier County, Florida
(Picture Perfect)
Alas the Welt 100 feet of Section
Now retired, Mrs. Barnes 6, w"I'r..r"' South, Renge 26
75 ,1th Arr. So, MI 2-2(5.1 finds no time to be idle. Indeed IFedericllDESCRIPTION East, County, Florida,

she scarcely finds OF LANDS 'IN THE
hobby painting because AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION
of her activities in the Section 25 26. 35 and 16 Town
ship 47 South Rang 27 Eatt.
NO FINER HOMESITEin Visiting Nurse Association,and Collier County, Florid'
as chairman of the Committeeon Section 25. 20. 27. 26. 13. 3&. 36
and 36. Township 41 South Range
Education of the Methodist 26 East Collier County. Florida.
Section I. 2. 29 30 II end 12Townthip .
Church and of
the central Naples area than the 150 by 100 course,her po- 46 South Rang 27 Lest
sltlon : Large Pascal
as member of the boardof Collier County Florida'
feet of lovely lot on the northeast corner of directors theColllerCoun- Section' 4, I, 6, Township I 4'
South, 26 Feet Collier
First Street, South, and Third Avenue. Just a ty Public Library.Weather th.t County II Petition Florid.asking, 1..1.. the fore. CELERY

block from the beach $9,500; term going, land' be,formed Into a water 1
m..m.nt cI.lrlcl under Chapter
Review 61.2037. of the Florid Statutes. at
mended, has been filed in Ihn, of-
Mix. Mln Rile rice and that the foregoing lands Stalk 174
will'be effected by the formation of
Feb. 29 70 45 0.00 aid water meengement district and
AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS rendered I..bl 10 ta..tion for the
Mar I 80 51 0.00 purpose of paying the *.pne* of.
M.r. 2 84 It 0.00 orgenlietion end melting end m.ntaming
the Improvement the maybe
Mar S 8& 17 0.00 necessary to effect the purpose
for which such District, I I. to bestablished .
605 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2-2124 Mar. 4 85 68 0.00Mar and you and eech of
5 U 19 0.00 you are hereby' nol.d, to appear Snowy white Pennsylvania
not lens than twenty' nOl days after
Mar 0 8a IS 0,00Dat. the f.n.1 notice has Coen publo.hedfor b994Del

.11,1,.d by CsrlNeen a.rill..... ,. any four there(&) week be, why and show lId caul water. FANCY MUSHROOMS ,
management dutrict ee let forthIn

I I Can be bought on liberal terms, or will 1164.Dele. of MARGARET first publoc.ton.cll, T: SCOTT.I. '

Clerk of the Circuit Courtof MonteTUNA Del Monte
Collier County. Florida

| consider trade. (SEAL) By /*/ I INEZ MAGILL Pineapple
Mar, I. |, |IS. 22. 1964 *U r

| A beautiful Aqualane Shores home for the discriminating buyer in an H. W. CLOUSER I JUKE 9Oct,1 s

rrprttcniinf theMETIOPOLITAN QQct
area that will appreciate in value. LIFE 4

Cans 46 oz. CAN
I Abundantly landscaped, with concrete sea wall. Has central heat and I M.eh.! t.i.fc Mew Tot I.N. ,.

air conditioning, 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, studio living room and din. Life and and Health Pcrtonal Insurance Accident ,., .

ing room, central halls, kitchen with Westinghouse appliances, den, P. 0. Be MJ G41 2.IMS _

__ laundry room and double car port, screen porch and such features as

pink tprrazzo floors, including the porch. OPEN JIOUSE

This Week Only: $27,500 TODAY! OPEN FRIDAY NiGHT UNTIL 8 P.M0

From 1 P.M. to 5 P.M.at 'Ne/a el Ih bell ter 1e4s +' LP ..-Lary s r4h.R/feel



.. fj A IMPERIAL PROPERTIES 200 No. Lake DriveN


289 Ninth Ave. So. Ml' 2-2128 REALTOR .

560 9th St. So. / .

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t altar t Ntm Today In WashingtonBY i

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SUNDAY MARCH 8, 1964 : 1s -

government, and I slerej[
Don't Doubt It, Men-The Ladies Are In .. WASHINGTON (AP) In the hope..that government.It"Is also that -,- ..-
news from Washington::
Ask a man what effect he thinks ination over the life and habits of the mittee of six business execu- RUSSIAN WHEAT: lieorts
tives has been named to set upa from abroad Indicate tit SCTU
women have on his life and habits and poor male.A volunteer "Executive Service et Union will harvest fa lieu

he is likely to say, "very little," or givean pool hall used to be the exclusive Corps" to help private enterprise normal wheat crop this l!ar it
in less developed coun. contrast with! Its poor dj f lut
domain of No
answer so vague and evasive that it men. respectable woman year. I

becomes crystal clear the poor fellow would have been caught dead in a pool- triei.The businessmen volunteers The Agriculture Depapmtri:

Isn'faware of what has happened to him room 20 years ago. If her man managed would offer their services for said these favorable lips art
rr to businesses a factor in recent repo s !t.|
limited periods
and millions of others like him. to slip away for a few games of ; abroad asking their services. Russians are not plannfcg '

You might is well face facts, men- snooker with the boys, she wouldn'tdare S Unlike the Peace Corps, the buy as much wheat frok tv..

the ladies, bless 'em, are just about in to enter the joint and drag him out. Executive Service Corps will be United States as had bee 1: an.
run by the American Business tlcipated.
full control of your life. It was man's sanctuary.But Community No government aid The Russians have seeded>
The tastes of women guide the design things have changed. Womennow is planned except for the possl. more winter wheat I{ for
halls what of limited funds from the this crop and so tar thereihav
of homes, appliances, plots of frequent pool or today bllity lime
agency for international devel. been no reports heavy :
movies, themes of television, the mating is laughingly called a pool hall. opment. damage such as last )yearL H..
rituals of subteen-agers, the color of They can chalk a cuestick without look. department said.

male clothing The automatic chokeon ing, play a two-ball combination into the JOHNSON TO KHRUSHCHEV .
etc. In a brief letter, SAVINGS: The General Ac.
modern autos Is but one example of side pocket like it ,was nothing, and INCOME President: Johnson has rejected counting Office, Con, eh'
the female-ization of the car which a rack up the balls like"Minnesota Fats/ Soviet Premier Khrushchev's watchdog, says it saved 'tax.
Some of the gentle dears can cuss like criticism of U.S. efforts in the payers more than $218 mitt
after his helpmate has madeup
man buys Cyprus dispute.But last year keeping tabs on 'ft
his mind as to which one he wants. troopers, too. TAx -s ..- he told Khrushchev he books and operations of gowr.i.
Detroit long realized that if its models Some men have thrown aside dig ---7- agreed with him on one point: ment agencies.But .
ago : I
pleased the little little buying nity and pride and joined the little wom ; "...It is certainly true that the GAO said In its 15*'
woman, avoiding the aggravation of the page annual report Frida],
resistance would come from her man an for a game of 8 ball" or rotation. situation! in the Eastern Medi. many of the savings and in

who foots the bill. In other words, gen- Their only defense has been that theydidn't Qi -: terranean is In the general interest provements brought about tits t
of us all. We should all efforts cannU: be measure
tlemen the manufacturers have realize they were in a pool hallin
auto / strive not to enflame passions In dollars and cents.
seen the light and the handwriting on the first place and, secondly, they from without. I can assure you Tnose that can, it added,
the wall. thought they were playing a new form ;, that is the firm Intention of my amounted to 218380000.

of t i i
To begin with, women control a
whopping percentage of the nation'swealth of the fallen men get away t4.6; %lifaYe Fp.. Jm ./1< .::: '" ,
( < ;
t< < 1iX s; .
without i including the money with this malarkey, too. After all, they '.':: ., ..,u.,., _,.{,, : GO TO .(:'IItRCJI| ,; )l TillS ANI) E\'Eln' SUNf'I I

belonging to their men which might as say, there were no spittoons in view; SIGHT-'SEEING QUIZONSUALFOFTMEWOetirS Comedy Corner -" ,
well be counted as under their firm no seedy characters were hanging around .

control. Occasionally a man will scattera swapping risque stories; the place was e others .say '
few bucks around without first con lighted up like a Christmas tree even in :

sulting his hausfrau but chances are the most remote corners; music to dream

good that he will live to regret it. by; or some such saccharinsoundingstuff (((4, Claudius. in a Norfolk Jacket

The women now outnumber the men was coming from hi-fi speakersand 'iiiLIIjII According to Our Special Corrnpond- The Norfolk jacket a "man".: loose j jacket 9

in the United States. This brings up all (here's the clincher) the tables were ent writing from Rome *n Italian \er- with waistband," as the dictionary puts 4

sorts of dangerous possibilities. Theycan not covered in green. Nossir, the darn t j ] ion of Hamlet tees Claudius dressed In It,..inclines, on the other hand to the
opposite extreme and tends rather to
coverings were some sort of pink color a Norfolk jacket Audiences of course
elect if wantto
a woman president they suggest a modest, pleasant, unassuming
but, fortunately, chances of a few which proves beyond doubt that it wasn'ta are by now well used to seeing Shakespeare outdoor character. Golfers in the days
pool hall.Brother. In modem dress, and the war- when Ball and Hutchinson were namesto
million women agreeing on any one riors of Greece and Troy have before conjure with went in for them and it
thing are very remote indeed. How, for you may think that lovely giS now found themselves confronting one is hard to imagine anything more remote j
instance, could a woman candidate for creature who shares your home is a weak another adorned with the steel helmets from plotting and poisonings in high

president wear her hai in SO different reed that bends before your will and and battle-dress of twentieth-century places. I J
war. Yet there is something about this
Yet perhaps this is to miss the point.
styles at one and the same time? or wear wish but you've got another think corning c1r! Aaailr Co ftikrr idea of the Norfolk-jacketed Danish Claudius, after all, was by no means an '

30 different colors In .the same dress I I|I Ponder for a moment that pool table TJUWMjtlN MAN FUTURES IS king that Irks and teases the imagina obvious villain. He could smile amiably
the trai)?", covered in cerise, the automatic ;choke CONDUCTED HUE "Sure I'm late-there was tion. enough and there is evidence to suggest 1
on campaign Is Claudius, to begin with the Norfolk that
a sign that said 'School he would enjoy putting in some
But man's final'shame, is on display*' on your car, ''the color of the trousers S& Slow'l" Jacket or, as would be said today, the strenuous work at the nineteenth hole.A .
you're etc. Then take second ''SIO"I' O'> sports coat type James Agate wrote ofa
in the pool halls of the nation. There wearing, 'tJOYU: 40 4W'OI Norfolk Jacket which now has a
production at the OU Vic some
think on the house. forty faintly period air about it. would Indeedbe
can find proof positive of woman's dom .. .. .. _.. years ago that the King of Wilfrid Walter the perfect disguise for royalty acton j
STRICTLY FRESHMany Some Compensation! was "made up to look too much like treasons, stratagems, and spoils. It
I', l'' tI The West German Refu- Anton Lang In." the Passion Play 11Oberammerau. would take a highly suspicious mind to
t 1s a man thinks he's gee Ministry announced that suspect evil designs In one xo Innocentlyand
I overworked because it takes him all day to do a thrice- property when they fled to 'to 'spetkr' laying'the"dramatic! greasepaint mittt'r"is''' nfcred> the more docs tt- ..
,A"r : hour on toe thick; yet the ord.coiyurc: ,. that ."
0e L r job. the west can apply for com- 'seem that Nbrtolk ackcf was; sfterM e
.o o ,, o s up a vivid bnpre"ion'of something all, a shrewd touch
pensation. However, it was on the part of the
; t' .
larger and
M more
With the millions being added no such compensa portentous than life. Italian producer.-The Times (London;
blasted into space, how cana tion will be paid.

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Caloos, who was supposed to this Ottens map Is on display
$650pER 2O'
possess 'low gold', Ponce de In the Naples Courthouse, In the 2 SPEED FAN e,43.

,"t Leon now had sighted the whitedunes Collier County Historical So. ... .K .K ... ... ... ... ... .. ... .... MONTH
of Marco and anchored clety display there.

offshore.His small boat landed a party the Having Spaniards filled returned their water to the casks ship, I ,... Complete !line all new 1964 models
of armed men In a small cove without any plunder rc AIRDISTRIBUTION
near the dunes. The Indians fled The old woman still indicated i) ,.l1"I.I' i cooling or heating
In terror, regarding the Spanl. In signs that the Caclqle Caloos, .1' S ,
ards as evil superhuman who or Carlos Act Now! While we can give
possessed demon sticks capable direction. was in a northerly '-" ....... Special Service!

of Inflicting sudden sickness and It Is likely she had relatives '\ .
,. mutilation accompanied by thun. among these Marco people and MARCO ISlANt
derous roar and black smoke I still hoped that the fierce Calooa "Aljllll 0"0\, ""- Naples Only Authorized Zenith
Runners no doubt had already might be the nemesis of the 0" 01..? ee se'Itso' DealerBIGIEY'S
brought tidings of the battle or. Invaders. 5 YEAR
the upper East Coast and kid. Ponce de Leon now sailed I
napping of several Indians northward along the coast passing ". COODf.AND 1 T. INC.
Water was found In old dug. many mangrove Islands '. l c. .5. a..s. e, I.'. : WARRANTY ,
; out canoes laid out to catch Now they passed a lovely beach .......c'.Y.... a ....... ........0
rainwater and a ruervolr Is men. where the mainland came '$ 'nr
I.e. Honed between two large mounds. down to the beach. Look on your : eaipas sag Weekdays 9 to 9 N RL.SA.rri/M
I From here on, Marco Island Florida map and you will see t' I saws.:
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t' was called "Aquada"onoldmaps there Is only ONE such loca. j Saturdays 9 to !
meaning 'the place of watering'. tlon our own Naples! 6J 7N.SIA Q'S..
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Modern Music Sunday, March 8, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
"''Ing Agenda,, "' 11-t And Some Think who had died a short time "be. ;1 f
Remove HandTransplanted
I Zoning and Planning fore.

B to rill meet at 9 ..m.. Beatles Are Nuts

> March 10,to consider Un NH Political Picture STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) On GET READY FOR '64

v f agenda -Maybe the music at the Stock. I

-el 3 M TtJY.APPLICATION NO. By JULES LOH a voter to run in it and report it. holm Modern Museum Friday Ecuador SailorBOSTON REGISTER t.: .1
r,. ; : The Moorings CONCORD, N.H. (AP-The Homegrown public servantsare night! didn't stir the soul, but
Florida RE: Re.zla11 Granite State, It turns out, Is a so commonplace It's no part of the performance drew (AP) A spokes ** riPUBUCAN ".

( of Parcel "Y", Unit ; hotbed of tranquility. wonder New Hampshire peopleare blood. man for Peter Bent Brigham! Y
ti I #J, "ie! Moorings, from "A" The political candidates who largely unimpressed. by the The occasion was a concert Hospital said Saturday surgeons '
,"Ti. I Sqbu*.n District to''Ga"eu :; have been wintering here are visiting ones. given by modernistic pianistand have decided to remove the See the Supervisor ,
a Here's a sampling of their magician Karl.Erik Wei In.
!ple:>l Dwelling District. putting every bit as much bluster hand attached to an Ecuadorian
and frenzy as anticipatedinto comments: In his final number, "Rendez.
lr sailor last month. of Registration
.ut ((2, APPUCATION FROM.Henrietta : *yI the few remaining days before "What Is your opinion of vous," he sought to depict the The patient, Julio Luna, 32, a
Sanders d/b/a Retts Rockefeller Ineffectiveness of the ronven. -
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Tuesday's primary. But the !
petty officer In the Ecuadorian Room 105 :
BeJty Parlor FORClty: '1 thought he would be taller tlonal Instrument for displaying
ed! voters-die folks on whose be. Navy, arrived at the hospital
are I ll&st (Home Occupation). 1 half all the fuss Is being made- than he is," said Bruce Rossleyof the artist's creative force. Friday night after a plane j

tv, I ADtRESS: 1327 6th Avenue aren't visibly excited at all. Portsmouth. Welln drove an Iron lever into flight from Guayaquil, Ecuador, County Court House to
t- I Norfi. TYPE: Be&uty Parlor This i Isn't to say the people of "How do you think Goldwateris the piano, he sat down on the where the transplant operationwas d
t'e I ZO''E: Home occupations per New Hampshire don't think doing?" lid, chiselled It open, let a firecracker performed.The For further information, 1
their "I think the cast on his foot explode In it, and boreda
M I mired In "F" primary important or hospital issued this state ...
MultiFamilyDisrlct. I
aren't taking it seriously. Poll helped him at first," replied hole In the keyboard lid. menti write to P. O Box 185
REMARKS: Will op- tics they do take seriously, Bob Cullinane of Summersworth. Then he went to work on the "Examinations and tests ". )11.
ded con.
for .rte business by appointments themselves they don't. The na "What do you think of Marga. wreck of the piano with a power ducted during the night Indlcat. Naples, Fla.REPUBLICANS '., ",,

iy- tional spotlight doesn't seem to ret Chase Smith?" saw. ed that the natural rejection ,,' ,,
I f 1"APPUCATION FROM: have faded their sense of humoror "I was In the cafeteria getting The crowd gasped as one of mechanism of the patient bad
l seer ttr I Ji-ques! J. Craumer. FOR: C r hurt their perspective.For coffee when she came In," said; his trouser legs was ripped by progressed to the point that OF w..k/J

Cty License(Home Occupation) Instance!, there was the Fred Storm of Bristol. "She'll the spinning saw blade. Welln prolongation of the transplant '
f ADDRESS: 126026th Avenue, rsT great fudge issue. never be president, of course. suffered a deep cut In his leg, would Jeopardize the health of COLLIER COUNTY .
\c. Noah. TYPE: Real Estate o Not to be outdone by candidate but she was very pleasant., but carried on to the final note the patient's own arm."
.ss' Z3NE: Home occupations per- Margaret Chase Smith, "How has the campaign! 1m. of his performance. Then he The hand that was attached (Paid Political Ad)
who scored a politico-culinary pressed you?" disappeared briefly, returned In to Luna's Injured at 'IIN I
pitted In "E" arm
u. Single Family '. triumph with her recipe for "All the celebrities have beenIn a red bathrobe with his InitialsIn that
i fir Guayaquil was of a man
11J. pistrlet. jc blueberry muffins, candidate here" said Dora Cabbols, a white on the back and got an
* I ** Excerpt from Council Nelson A. Rockefeller revealedto waitress at Carpenter's Hotel in ovation.To NAPLES MOST MODERN
r: Vilnutes: February 19,1964: 't "". the ladles of New Hampshirethe Manchester. "I've seen them conclude the evening,
'.? Motion by CouncllwomanMllI other day a cherished old all Goldwater Rockefeller, Welln went to a hospital to get HAIR FASHION SALON
;5;' I ,J 'ter, second by Councilman McDowell r family recipe for fudge. He Mrs. Smith, Walter Cronklte." his leg repaired. .TkU Week Hpeclal/! 't

!;' I that the matter fort said he used to make It as a ., Permanent
I consideration of ': \ f ; dlo did not say what the steps
i a change In x boy.The U.S. To Pay Part $12.50 '
rt I zoning ordinance regarding future : .YFJ is mental picture of little were, nor did It describe the Wave Reg. $25.00 c
setbacks forconstructlon on : Nelson In the kitchen licking a Of Bill For Cuban project. I
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611, the Gulf of Mexico be refer I >' .,' t. : ,. spoon was complete-until Ethel The United Nations announcedin "All' w... Will a. UIMK *. vpwvMwt. ., MS, WILLS Mir "yl..," ,
.... Mitchell Smith of Reeds Research Project February 1962, that It wasgoing 1
red the and a J5BE -' "' + Y Ferry .xd. All Wrk O_".IW I
to Zoning Planning spoiled It. ahead with the program
RICHARD POWELL MIAMI (AP)-The United Nations .
Board for consideration Motion ..
"How naive are we supposedto despite the U.S. State Depart. 1
Is starting work on a $1.23 ;.
carried.Can't. be?" demanded the indignant ment's officially expressed re. WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
- million research project in Cuba,
Mrs. Smith-no relation to the grets. The program was set up '
Novelist Richard PowellTo senator from Maine-taking a Havana Radio says About $400,. before U.S.-Cuban relations de. 417 Fifth Av., s.. Phu. MI .7435,
000 of the cost will be paid by
Stalls close look at the Ingredients terlorated.The "
- the United States.
Rockefeller said he used. Untied States contributes
In a Miami.monltored broad. FOR BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL AND
"Made by him as a boy in. about 40 per cent of the funds ..
cast the radio said
Here Friday night
WednesdayRichard ,
Speak deed," she said "Well I was a for the U.N. Special Fund, which
Carlos Rafael Rodriguez, Cuban INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS '
Riahts Bill girl about the same time he wasa agriculture chief, met with the is financing this program. r,

-- -. - -- Powell, novelist and Born in Philadelphia, educatedat boy, and there was no such U.N. project director In Havana
., journalist will be the featured Princeton, he was a reporterfor thing as evaporated milk. We to "take Initial steps" The ra. Drl e ally And Lire A. G. Edwards & Sons .", .. ';
speaker at the Naples Woman's 10 years on the Philadelphia had condensed-but it wasn'tused .
Any LongerWASHINGTON Club meeting set for 8:15 o'clock Evening Ledger and for a time in fudge. And there was no Wishes to announce a Stock Market Course
semisweet chocolate then either, The Slimmest Trimmest Best-Performinjr
Wednesday night Members of theNaples worked in the public relations ,
just Baker's bitter cooking which will commence on Thursday, March 12. .,. .
Writers' Forum and the department of an advertising ag uto Air Conditioner Everl
(AP) The Junior Woman's Club have also ency. He served as a lieutenant chocolate or cocoa shells This "Introduction To Every Phase of Market Op

Senate begins Its historic de. been invited to the meeting Powell colonel on MacArthur's staff in Candidate Barry Goldwateralso eration" Is offered by Ann Harvey and will be
bate on the civil rights bill Mon. will be Introduced by Phyllis the Pacific during World War II. has disappointed at least frigefteSTRATODAWN .i
day. Luxem, chairman of the Writer's Powell is married, has two one New Hampshire voter of 10 weeks duration \

"We have reached a point Forum.He children and makes his home at Armand Goldwater's Letty, a mlllworker arrival In, I Conducted one evening a week at A. G. Edwards .\ '
where we can no longer evadeor witnessed '
will take for his subject Fort Myers In the winter and
avoid this issue," declared "Portrait of South Florida" Brant Beach,N.J.,in the summer. Manchester. "He was supposedto & Son's office at 643 5th Ave South, In ;.I:
Democratic leader Mike Mans His hobbles be the serious-minded one," Enjoy the refreshing cold air and streamlined good the Peppard Building. The Is offered at :
Powell is the author of two best are sailboat racing, in course ,
looks of the
when he a Frigette car you're driving now.
said came
"But ab
t field as he announced he wasb sellers about this section of the fishing, bridge, gardening and Letty $25.00. Call I
I I the controversial through here he was grinning .;:.. ,.... Easy to own, easily' installed Fits most every makeJf" only
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state, "I Take This Land" and"Plon..r nd model' car.STRATODAWN.

measure The way to the was floor cleared Friday other novels"The, Go Home"Philadelphian"and .Two of his night's Hostesses meetlnJ for will Wednesday be Mrs. just er quit like all grinning.the others.I'd like He nev.to" $28? Installed A. G. Edwards & SOBS .i:

when the Senate running be. "The Soldier"were also best Harold Cory, Mrs. Rufus Burn know what's so damned funny. Other Frlgettti from 12 64-.
hind Its timetable sent to the ham Mrs. Apart from the fudge, Rocke.feller ..- .
sellers. He has also written a Thomas Campen,Mrs.
House by a 53.35 vote the ad. number of short stories for mag. Leon McCormick and Mrs. E.W.Tlmberlak. seems to have put together TAMIAMI TIRE SUPPLY At MI 2-4128 For Full Dalli ',
ministration's electlon.year cotton azlnes. .. the right ingredients for his ,
and wheat plan. This meeting will also mark New Hampshire campaign The AMt 9 tR 4'' L412i ...
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The civil rights measure, the lusloned as to think this is go. the last regular meeting of the polls show him gaining steadily
most sweeping In this century, lag to be an easy matter. Nor Naples Writer's Forum until Oct. on Goldwater, perhaps passing
is certain to set off a Southern should he think, no matter ober. It has been meeting each him, and if people are changing
filibuster which some leaders where he comes from, that Wednesday night. A special meet. their minds it at least show.they're Body
attention to the .
t believe may tie up the Senateup there is going to be political Ing in June and another in Augustare paying
for months. profit in it." contemplated spokesmanfor campaign .
But Mansfield said It was tha.wrlter group said. From n6 fewer than 107, r IJ ,
time to face the issue and dispose An early skirmish was at. names, Republican voters will
of it "one way or anoth.er. ready in the offing.A have to select 14 delegates Identified
as favorable to one or an.
.' of the Building.
supporter measure, ;
of the candidates. It takesa
He cautioned, though, that other
Sen. Wayne Morse, DOre., said bqk'
"no senator should be so dlsll. he would attempt Monday to (Continued from page 1) sheet 15 by 19 Inches to list
them all and that's only one .rat
[ send the bill to the Judiciary Paul Hopewell Is putting up a there three others '
ballot are
Committee for 10 days of hear. store building near Paollta Sts.tlon for state, and local Issues. ,j "

ings. near the east county line, The big television networks

TONI[ PIZFR T The administration had by. for $4,000. Robert E. Pope is are engaging in a sort of leap.
passed the Southern-led com. building a $2,000 commercial frogglng game on one.upman. 7 a'

NAPLES SHOPPING before the Senate. But Morse 98th Avenue. Bahama Pools Is which actually has gone on a d a
i CtN! ItK ARCADE said he felt It would be betterto installing a $2,100 swimming pool disaster basis to cope with the
follow normal procedures. for John J. Carmany In North demands, has taken to callingthe

Linen., Mono.raninnig, i Naples networks by code names to T' {i' t
Approval of two-thirds of the keep one from finding out what
Hats, Bags, senators 47 if all 100 IN THE CITY
are pres. the other Is doing in hopes of t'JJ
Jewelry. ent-is needed to invoke cloture After a hectic February, the ending the spiral.
and the margin Is difficult first week of March was some All this Is for the distinction
MIDWAY 2-4947 to attain. what peaceful for the City of of being first with the result.

I Naples building office. Trouble is, few expect any ,
Sixteen permits, representing meaningful result to be forth.
$66,026 In new construction,were coming until long after most of
signed by Building Official Bert the nation has gone to bed. New .
STNATrONAL Plnkston. Largest single permit
Hampshire folks can't under.
was for $22,000 residence and stand the urgency, don't see and soul >
BANK guest house planned by R. A. why the big news won't wait un. *
Leldner at 130 First Avenue til after breakfast.

North. Contractor will be Wll. So far the television organ!.
OF NAPLES 11am B. Stone rations and candidates have

Peter Zornlk Is having a $10,. spent about $2 million which
000 residence built at 950 Sixth means, at last accounting the
complete Street South, and stone Is also state of New Hampshire Is
the contractor for this project. spending about 40 cents a voterto
Seven alr-condltloning permits hold the election, the net. N f
banking were Issued, the largest for a works and candidates about $16_ .
I- I $17,546 central condltlonlng x ; !I
project for Harry Bradley, 1880
services First Street South. This unit 7 r
built by West Coast Heating and fPP

Cooling, has a lJ'/4-ton' capacity. '
Another alr-condltlonlng I
mit was taken out by West Coast LUFF CMC IMC. 4ffl1J .,, .
for a 7'/i4on unit for the com.
munlty center building In Cam. TRUCKSPARTS _

First National Bank ot Naples bier Park. tt will cost $2,280. SERVICE r
A $5,000 permit was authorized ItVIt
MEMBER for construction of a foundationfor TEMPORARY

'F_ri Rewrv. *t.1tI F4.rl Dcpotit ".___r.nc. Corp, the store bdlldlng that is LOCAT/0&
to be part of the Old Cove Inn
complex near the corner of Elgh. 421 ,
th Street and 12th Avenue South. M '



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Handicap TourneyOn .o

BOUND TOWN March 17-18 ILXfBy members Tuesday of the Women's March 3.Beach the ../1 ;...

Wednesday and Thursday Club Golf Association participated
By CHARLOTTE DURNO MI J-WJ7 March 17 and 18, have been In the opening of the
chosen for the Hospital Auxi- otJ o-oL 72 hole "Annual Handicap
00000000 0000o 0000000000000Craig liary sponsored showing of Tournament". '(t waaam

_I We goofed again last daughter Mr.and Mrs films from the S.F. Briggs J.\\E MARTIN The leaders In the first playoff "
week.! Those of you who are Arllce Hodges sister of Earl collection this year accordingto were E. Betts with a net
faithful readers will remem- Hodges has been visiting In announcement made by Mrs. flOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSmith 13. I I. Montgomery and S.
ber we said that Earl Mor- Naples. On Thursday! Mr. King J.A. Meadors auxiliary Ways College Alumnae are not organizing, but Sherwood were tied with a net ir<
gan made his second flight to and Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Meams chairman. 74, and E. Marsh carded a net
Lima. Peru and as It turnedout Miller of Cooke vine.Tenn.,arrived Three films are scheduled for .Monday they will have their second annual luncheon 75.A 1 1r
Earl didn't go alone. Mike for several weeks stay. showing in the Senior High which will be at the Beach Club. If there are any Smith "Blind partner" event

Davis, son of Mrs. Jack Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Male School auditorium beginning at graudates either vacationing or living in Naples who also was conducted. G. Marsh
made the trip also. It was have visiting with them nurses 8:15: each evening. A donation have not been contacted, please call Mrs. Richard T. Lambert and N. Johnson won first honors -
Mike's first trip to South Am from Jacksonville who have of $1.23 each will be asked of with a total of 154. E. I
erica. Gee It Isn't every day been their long-time friends. those who wish to enjoy an 2.2055 or Mrs. Ralph Carson 25635. Betts and A. Capelle came in ,
you can make a trip like that! Mr. and Mrs. Warren evening of vicarious travel and Thursday evening the lanai at the Bahama Club second with a score of 155.
Mitchell and their Lois at the same time lend a help- Tied for third place M. "
The Community Concert daughter was the scene of a large party hostessed by Mrs. Folke were
membership drive Is on again are visiting in Naples again for ing hand to the community hos- Chance and M.L Schmucker
Becker Mrs. Donald Putnam and Mrs. Paul Keck. "
from March 9th to the 14th. an Indlfinite length of time. pital. L. Kurtz and 0. Beggs 158. '
Allan DeLand and Fred Hillman the Mrs. S. D. Sutliff and Mrs.C. .
Four concerts Including the The Mltchells come from Midway Among guests were Winning with the least num-
world famous Vienna ChoirBoys Ky. ,of Solano Studios,will have A. Richards of Rhinelander, Wise., who are visitingMrs. ber of putts for the field was Are ,
are guaranteed for the Mrs. Donald Flesch and charge of the showings from a Becker; also Mr. and Mrs. Donald Putnam Jr. of T. Sedgwick ((30)). ,,
season. In addition new mem- daughter have been the guestsof technical standpoint. Mr. In the regular nine-hole
Ashland and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Henry of Portland,
Briggs actually filmed the sub
bers will be admitted to this her parents Mr. and Mrs. group B. Hedgcock and G.
year's final concert. The Varel Troy Hall for the past two jects In numerous expeditions Maine, who are with Mrs. Putnam; and Haleloke, who is Kealey carded 73.
and Ballly Chanteurs de Paris months. On Wednesday Mrs. for that purpose and Mrs. with Mrs. Keck for a few days. Haleloke spends the The putting event was won by
to bepreseraedSaturday,March Flesch will travel by train to Briggs supplied the com- winter at the Kenilworth Hotel Miami Beach. M. Evans ((17)).
14th, at 8:30 p.m. in the Naples Los Angeles.Cillf. From there mentary. Al) Starting times and pairingsfor
Still more from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs.
Senior High School auditorium. she will Join her husband In Showing this year will belnagua" the second round of the
You don't have to be Invited to the Philippines. picturing the flame Summers and Mr. and Mrs. Rundle Smith. They eVe vacationing tournament on March 10 are as
join Community Concerts ... bird In its natural habitat on at Vanderbilt Beach from Piqua, Ohio. And follows: ENGAGED Sgt and Mrs. John F. Hasenkamp of
just a love for good music! have Mr had and as Mrs.their Jesse visitors Jones for that Island; Time Worn Ways" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kling former Bahama Clubbers with 11:00: Beggs Brumflel Winter Park have announced the engagement of their
Mrs. Trlxle Powell Mrs. depicting life and customsin Schmucker McCune. daughter, Judith Mary Hasenkamp (shown), to A.
the past two weeks their friends, and the their guests Dr. and Mrs. William B. Seymour of Cleve
Harriet Wade and Portugal; ever pop- 11:05 Betts -
Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Jackson ular land. Montgomery- 2. C. William H. Guoan of Napl.!s. The bridegroomtobe -
Burdan and daughter Carol Ann "Gooney Birds" filmedon Sherwood Marsh.
attended the American Legion from Lewisburg W.Va. Midway Island. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hooker gave a cock 11:10: .. Eckart Sedgwick- is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Guoan of

barbecue at Bonita Beach last Our daughter Kimberly offered Tickets are avallbale In advance tail party for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hooker who left Radabaugh N. Johnson. 639 10th Street, North, Naples, and Is currently stationed -
Sunday and had a real gay me some Jujubes the other at the following places: Thursday after three weeks here. 11:20: Dixon Kurtz at Larson Air Force Base in Washington. A
time. day. 1 said. "No thank you The Bank of Naples, The First Capelle Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hood honeI I don't like them because National Bank, the Hospitality The Hookers will entertain again on the 16th. This 11:25: --Pease Stevens May 23 wedding is planned.

and Mrs. Hood's mother they stick in my teeth." Shop at the hospital, the Beach party will be for their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Rogers C. Jones -I.I Roland.

"Granny" Dunn had surprise "Well" she said rather In- Club Hotel the Golfing Buccaneer Firth (Mr. Hooker's daughter), and Mr. and Mrs. ThomasT. 11:30: -- Youker Adams -

visit from Mrs. Dunn's niece dignantly. "I keep my dentures the Wool Shop Hodges Firth. The Hookers and the Firths are all from the Powers Cladding
Mrs.Edward Leahy,her son and clean!" Beauty Salon Palm Pharmacy 11:35: Barclay I I. Jones-
daughter and her sister Barbara the Camera Shop.MartloydGift Eastern Shore of Maryland. Dlerolf Kemell.

of Locust Valley Long Island. See you around town. Box, the Thing -ama -Jigger DINNER AND SURPRISEFirst 11:40: Gilfillan Prince w .)
Mrs. Virginia King and son Gifts by Garry, the Fifth Ave- a small family dinner then a surprise party BrownGrimes.. le
nue Beauty Salon the Blue Mus- how 11:45: Becker and Aleshire.
marked the 28th or seventh (depending on sticky
sal The Gallery, the Beachcomber Times and palmigs for the
Virginia's at the Cove. you are with the details) wedding anniversary of Mr. nine-hole group are as follows
Mrs. Milton Harman, chair- and Mrs. E. M. Daugherty, Murex Drive. Tom and Tim : /

EASTER and then man of ticket sales Is being Daugherty and Tim's fiance Karen Capelle, arranged for 11:50: Kealey Evans fc EMBER LAST
assisted by Mesdames William flowers, champagne and dinner February 29th. Than Blair Hedgcock. 4 Wr'KFJI ?
11:55 A. Johnson Checkering
Pancoast -
: Walter George Hurley, later In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Ed Belavek continuedthe Klauder -
\ DeSchryver, AA Anderson McConnell. a
p A.C. Long R.E. celebration with a surprise party at their home. The special event scheduled The graceful wy lo uy
the a brtiJ-ind-buti "thank you" I it lo
Through Spring in Bowling, and Robert Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marquardt had to return to also for March 10, will h
.J r" South and then later Tickets will be available at the Cleveland, Ohio, before the anniversary but they and He written on the bulletin board. Say it with a Floirtr :Gift

r# for and door also, Mrs. Harman ex- the minute of their first visit I
; city wear travel plained.Woman's. Daughertys enjoyed every
; ensembles of Impec together in 10 years. Ken Griffin

cable design that make Club Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dampier of New Canaan race ,CaI a lorist I '
Conn., are here for several weeks and have taken a home Show Coming
tI the from
transition Naples
across the street from Mrs. Dampier's parents, Mr. and "Artistry i in Flowers"

living to any place At EvergladesSets Mrs. Heaton I I. Treadway, Fourth Street, South. On March Here Tuesday"There 1244 Third Street South Phone MI 24536

that demands that you Hobby ShowThe 20th the Dampiers will be joined by their children, Susan will be no dull moments We wire flowers anywhere.

.: be best dressed! and twins Katharine and Billy. In the Ken Griffin Show L Franchise Dealer for Fannie May Candies
Woman's Club of Ever Wednesday Mrs. F. V Hebard left for her homeIn coming Tuesday afternoon and evening
J ;w .,.. ,.... lades will meet In its now head. ( said Klwanlan Phil* --
after her Mrs.
r, quarter In City Hall on March Philadelphia avisltfwith sister-in-law Brunk, ,In plugging for the two.!
II. )tr 17 at 8 p.m. One of the featuresof John Corning, 15th Ave/iuS)1) South. Currently, Mrs. Corn- hour variety, mystery revue, e 3U 1I1I1(: steady with
the evening will be a "Hobby sponsored by the Naples Kiwanis gu
ing has as her guests Mr. and Mrs. C M. Hall. The Halls
Show." Adults and children of Club.
the region are Invited to ex. live In Princeton, N. J. "For instance," said Brunk, FianceesPlatinum
f Mbit their collections. No room for superstition in the Walter DeSchryvers' "there Is Roberta who nightly
Shells stamps, flowers hand. have Issued for the during the performance Is de. '
.. plans. They invitations a party at Port
work, etc., will be welcomed. capitated hypnotized floated In
1 There will also be a discussion Royal Beach Club for Friday the 13th. Their very good the air, subjected to the searing BroIl A )
4rd on "Modern Art." friends, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jones of Van Wert Ohio, flames of burning torches, pier Rill'
The major project of the Woman'a ced with swords and made to van
will attend. The Jones are at The Surfside Club for a 1Af -
Club la to secure funds to ish Into the unknown.
make possible a community few weeks.Mr. "But It is all In fun and she Sweet Kid
swimming pool for Everglades and Mrs. John Allan Love, Galleon Drive, will emerges smiling from each or '
The City Council has agreed to deal," he assures. 13.95
be back from 10 days on Grand Cayman Island where
furnish the land and operate the Roberta, who has appeared on
i pool. Plans are being made for they went for bone fishing, and where no doubt Mrs. the screen, television and ga
"full steam ahead" on this pro. Love took time to pursue her favorite hobby of painting. the legitimate stage where 4ieJ
Ject. starred In such hfW'as
Nathalie Love of St. Louis is spending most of the "Bell Book and Broadway Candle," "Lo

You can stretch that chili con winter with her parents. And another daughter, Mrs. and Behold," and "Ladles in Re.ttrement. .
carne by adding cooked elbowmacaroni Peter Matthiessen arrives from Bridgehampton N. Y., ,- finds her present activities .

to It. ______, on the 15th for a visit. former quite different from her
straight acting career.
ANNUAL VISIT The TV Thrill Orama Show g
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Mitchell of sponsored by the Kiwanis Clubto r
raise funds for
Beverly Hills Cal., are due for their annual visit with vices will be presented community two times ser.

j Mr. and Mrs. Humbert Powell Jr. As usual a round of on Tuesday, March 10, a matin
for them ee at 4 p.m. for the kids and an
parties is planned Including two which the Pow tr
8 o'clock evening performance.It .
ells will give, on the 13th and 1 18th. will be held In the Naples

,1" ," Mr. and Mrs. Adolp Stuber are giving a dinner party Senior High School auditorium. ,J
,. for the Mitchells Thursday the twelfth. On the 16th Mrs. Tickets may be purchased from
'' Naples Floor Coverings: or at the
Not So Long Ago .- /'. Stuber is off to Washington, D.C., to meet her daughter Brunk Miller Insurance Agency ,

Mrs. John Forsyth. They will be back in Naples and by
Dcsstrt for a Chinese supper \ :
(Continued on page 7) Garnish rings of pineapple (freshor ___, {
we rounded a curve In the Tuscan hill-country into Volterra canned) with preserved kumquats -
If you buy a jot of the YOUNG/
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and came startled and excited, upon a scene of excavation. kumquats that is about one-pound. }i-4 ;
A Roman amphitheater was being uncovered by of all DISTINCTIVE you can count on there being a ;
couple of dozen .t.
: kumquats in c
things, an American bulldozer. Merged were ancient Italianart FASHIONS t 4'
Use as many as needed and refrigerate Jt
and our own 20th century contribution to expedience.This the rest of the fruit in :
week we are unpacking from the ancient mines of o the syrup in the jar TO PLAY i

Volterra alabaster for 20th century American amusementand

use. As an art form alabaster was sculpted as earlyas COMPLETE i Helen burton WITH

the time of Christ. Tc\iay we offer (our own designs

executed for your use here or elsewhere) inexpensive and FIREnd -

attractive pieces, pencil holders and, for Easter giving yel RESORT

low chickens emerging (eternally) from the shell and many II' ,
other fresh ideas from an old country for you and your APPARELGet I l5ti ,\ \\wouldn't, like to pU) through '

friends everywhere, now. h Spring and Summer with the fashion
fire of FiancEes happy, *snappy

scrappy Holiday Shoes Pictured

early this year March 2V two from our high firc-flxin? /

In the SwimlSwimperfect ) collection on upper or
loser level ht"C'Ii.
weather and suits

L for all Beachwear by Gabar

and Roxanne and, of course,

eRoM'1S0'\' t At-the bindle stick for shelling -

Red or White

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I THE NAPLES George Showing

I Notebook (;Pens. Tuesday, At Robinson 1

(COfttlftUd rrOIla pale 6) Y,>r the fourth time In u for well over 40 years. His work the Louisville Art Museum, the
many Naples winter seasons, the has been his life and his life High Museum In Atlanta, and the
R, and R, Robinson Gallery at his work Ills paintings posses a South Bend Art Museum In Soutlj! .
tjie 20th the Stuber clan will be here in full force. This 1290 Third Street South Is show. high order of poetic quality,good Bend, Indiana
big recent paintings by l Peters taste, and sophistication In Its The artist's work has sold W
incOdes Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth and Mr. and Mrs. James burg artist George Snow 11111. truest sense They are livable, steadily and consistently to ..e.1)
Snoer and their children at the Edgewater Beach Apart. The one-man exhibit will open human paintings that offer a pro. rlous collectors. His paintings dare
tents and Mr, and Mrs. Merrit Cleveland and on Tuesda) March 10. miss to the young and a quiet In private collections In En. 3
The paintings! are a definitive assurance to those of more ad. gland, France, Belgium, the Ne. |
'the Stubers. t rrTt selection from Hill's past year's vanced jears. George Hill's work therlands, New York, Syracuse,
| Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maechtlin of Chicago are t work" and an extension: of the trends will endure long after most of Philadelphia, Washington, De.
\ was apparent In his show us are vague memories". trolt, Atlanta, Birmingham,
spending a long weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Magin, last year, the gallery reports. The artist Is considered a mas., Charleston, Wellesley Mass..
Gcrdon Drive. Mr. Maechtlin is president of the SquareD jj c rr.! ; "Hill is a realist, a tradition. ter technician In all media, a and Dayton, Ohio. Local *
Company. Mr and Mrs. Phillip Dorr of Milwaukee are j [I list and an academic painter but sound architect of structure and collectors Include Mr. and Mrs. '
an Infallible colorist Ben E. Tate, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. '
t W derlv Ing his entire work Is the
also at Magins and will be here for the month of March.I spirit of the searcher. Duringhis George Hill\ has exhibited In Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
I Mr. and Mrs. Magin are others who will entertain for many years of work and the offlcal Salon Des Artistes In Curtis, Mr, and Mrs. C. F. <
the Mitchells. Their party Is scheduled for the 19th. stud} In Paris In the twenties Paris, the Royal Academy, Lon. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. R. V.P. <
a: d thirties, he experimented In don and In Ireland, Scotland, Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. ,
And the Powells and Mitchells will be among the ? allf the schools of painting.! Wales and the Netherlands In Colket, and Mr and Mrs. Mere. ,
gjests when Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders entertain on N 'w a man of mature years he the United States his work has dlth Strong t
tie 14th for Mrs. Sander's sister, Mrs. Joseph Abbott. A k:?,ows where he Is going and exaCt been shown In art museums and Hill Is also a muralist of note
tl! how to achieve his objec. galleries In New York City, Sy. and designs and executes In stain
veek from Monday Mrs. Vincent Armstrong will join tlves. For him there Is noneces. racuse, Philadelphia, Washing ed glass. For the past three
)/\rs.\ Abbott and on the 18th they will leave together for sits to be shocking, obscure or to ton, Greenville, South Carolina, years he has been working on a
Savannah, Atlanta, Louisville book on the technical and aesthe.
li dulge himself In any grostesque ,
Greenwich Conn. headliner will be the
VICTORY SMILES: Community Con next year's uvant-gardo cultism," gallery Los Angeles and In Florida at tic and structure of painting. '
On the 21st the Sanders are expecting their son-in- certs' Membership Co-Chairmen, Mrs. world's most beloved choir the Vienna -, spokesman said. Gainesville, Tampa, Clearwater, The exhibit will be open through

l law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. AppenzellarJr. Henry B. Watkins, Jr (left) and Mrs. Choir Boys, coupled with the fact One of George Hill's critics Sarasota and Naples, His work March 17. The Robinson GalleryIs
who has followed his Is In the permanent collection open from nine to five Mondays .
., with Terry and Kathy for a 10 day visit. John Pulling, shown arm-in-arming it that demand for memberships far ex for two decades has satdt progress"It of the Syracuse Art Museum, through Saturdays

The kickoff breakfast for campaign workers for at the Beach Club Hotel with President ceeds the limited seating capacity of Is a great responsibility to even-

the community concert membership drive is Monday Merrill H. Boynton, have good reasonto the Naples Senior High School audi attempt an evaluation of the workof Sunday, March 8, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 I
George Hill. He\ has
morning at the Beach Club. The committee wants it smile. Their Idea of mailing out torium, has resulted in heavy mail for painted -- -_

stressed that anyone is welcome to join. You don't haveto renewal letters to this year's members, Community Concerts' P. O. Box 494. Everglades PTA

be invited you just have to love music. in advance of the "once-a-year" mem Checks for new and renewal member.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Parks left Wednesday for Dallas, bership drive, which begins officiallyat ships may now be handed to cam To Meet Tuesday ,

Texas, to attend a 4-day conference on Wills and Pro 10 a.m. Monday, March 9, was so paign workers or dropped off at drive The Everglades Parent.Teach- ,
Association will hold It.
bate Law. successful that this year's drive will headquarters in the Bank of Naples. era March meeting on Tuesday, BOOKS

be more In the nature of a "clean-up (McGrath photo) March 10, In the school gjm.
He was the owner of the Climax .
torlum at 7t30 The pre.l.dent
Reeder The announcement that
Fibre Drum Co of Carth. campaign.
Mrs. Mary Nell Swain will
Funeral services for RJ. RI. age, N.Y. He was a veteran of d.. .. .. ..:.a..e. ... ,., .,. ,- pr..lde. Group singing will be
World War I member of the I
a ?t..
chardson Reeder, 64, who died led by Rachael Wilson, program
American Legion, the Medina r. ,;;s, :
en route to the hospital here chairman.
Shrine and was ex.councll
ursday will be held In Car. president p' The program for the evening
thage, N.Y. Local arrangements of the Boy Scouts of Amer.lea : will consist of an educational 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2520 -

were made through the Earl C. ________ movie entitled, "The Re.Awaken.
Hodges FuneraICholpelofNaple. St Ann's Group Ing. The nominating committeewill
Reeder was a winter visitor In he appointed. Refreshementa
south Florida and was stricken Meets Tomorrow will be served In the cafetorlum. L;" for Lovc/il1css

shortly after passing through Na. St. Ann's Home and School
pies Thursday. Association will meet Monday, Greece To Have i. 1oo2)c/
6y jJf"rJ ,,
Besides his wife, Mrs Lois -
March 9, at 8 p.m. at St...Ann's '
Reeder, he Is survived by a School. New Nordic Queen Dyehee Beltla Club B.aetr 8slo. MI S-HSI
son, R.W. Reeder, of Vestal, Parents of students attending ATHENS (AP) Creece Is to The Undone DoA
N.Y., and a daughter, Mrs. Joy St, Ann's School are Invited to have a new queen who, like her Spelling of Beauty professional process
Kllby of Roanoke Rapids, N.C. attend.
predecessor, Is a non.Greek Mother Nature U a spend somctlm railed "perma
: ,' #:' .M.m 1l1tl .,w, m ': Nordic matching the classic thrift sometimes. None nent un-wiving", tin slow
"*-- > ( Greek mold of beauty.
too generous with wave down fast curve to chem
:: mark Princess Anne-Marie of Den. or curls for mOlt of the lull) uncurl your hair.
17, after her marriage to
the new King Constantineten.. girls, she goes hug-wild Depending onuur hair's
: I tatively set for next January with an unfortunate fwt texture and health r,.
T'I T'Iff t will succeed to the place on the Many women wish for just quirtnunti, the "itralght.
throne held by Frederlka until a little )Kstural wave In rning" game I Is safe and
the lermuh z parta i plI. Jilt i the death tit King Paul 'on FrU their )let;' other Inherit certain. It's a matter of
\ day. a riot of kinky curl or ikillfully iehaping the
.' Frederlka Is a former Cer. misplaced. Waves that hair cell linkage: repoil.
man princess
SALE CONTINUES! won't behave hlgh-style. Honing them Jo gentle,
Something can be done to m nage ble nodern: >)lne,
IJ ..
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curb gun-wrong curl The benefit to you) be.u.

I 1 Considerable reduction on men's and wo- ADMIRING GLANCES for Mrs. S. C ing last year's membership campaign, Seen On Medal but do see u*! tlful hair, tamed without

Ogburn Jr. Concerts' the Mrs. Ogburn brought In the maiming Indiful. bountiful
men's resort wear. Trousers, coats, sweaters Community per. petite WASHINGTON (AP-A, medal bending the
manently-crowned "Queen of Cam staggering total of 123 memberships. bearing a likeness of President way you
and, shirts for blouses shorts and skirts always wished It tot!
men; Johnson now Is available to the
paign Workers", are flashed at The She has set herself an even higher
public the Bureau of the Mint : -
for women. Beach Club Hotel for this drive which :.,. '" ';
by Robert W. Coxeyleft goal year's begins announced. j i

( ) and Leonard Latham, fellow-di officially at 10 a.m. Monday, March 9. The three.lnc.ti, bronze presl. i
20% to 50% off rectors with Mrs. Ogburn of the Naples (McGrath photo) dentlal medal bears a likeness i

Community Concert Association. Dur members. as a special bonus, of sculptor Johnson, Gtlroy by the Roberts mint's chief The {I. ATTENTION !
win also be admitted to this
615 5th Avenue SouthAt I season's final concert, the Varel reverse side contains an InlerlP-j'

1 The Entrance to the Piccadilly PubNaplet' I I Campaign WorkersSet be 1 Ballly presented Chanteurs Saturday do, March Paris,14 to, tlon Congress serve from all the on Johnson's Nov.nation 271-"We a united wllM!)I: Starting 9 A.M. Tues., Mar. 10 ,

:: ::tt:2;: :: .:;J:} : ::t? 'H gJ 1rZ::.'(;: 1, at High 8:30 School p.m.auditorium.In the Naples Senior people with a united purpose," j; -

For Concert ETHEL w! RIVERS

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Membership Drive CURRENT SHOW

Mrs Henry B. Watkins, Jr., All members of the board of
r and Mrs. John Pulling, co-ctulr. directors of the Naples Com. 8lI lllJ!
men of Community Concerts munlty Concert Association are One mae tihibition' of Minting* ky on* of
Only Shop Am.r.u'e limit und e.et >uccitlulrtntt.
automatically Included aa cam.
"once a year" membershipdrive Tnrou II Odliry houri ,
which officially begins Mon. palgn workers during each mem. duly; txctpt Sunday;, 10 to I. I
f Offering a Complete
bershlp drive. : :
day, March 9, have announcedthe 1 iJ
following partial list of pub. Kickoff breakfast for the drive
t Selection Linens :
of f
lie-spirited citizens who will as. will take place at 10 a.m. Mon. HARMON GALLERY t I
lilt them by serving as Campaign day, March 9, at the Beach Club
Bedspreads Sheets andy 1711 THIRD STREET SOUTH
Exquisite WorkerstMrs. Hotel, where workers will meet TELEPHONE: Mldwty I. 7117 Y Don't Wait Buy Now! r1;
% Accessories Barbara Benjamin, Byron Bray, New York represen. ,
George Booker, Mrs. Allan W, tatlve of Community Concerts, QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW, LOW PRICES q;

Bath Towels and Boutique, Canoon, Mrs. W.H.Olddlnl',Mr, and receive their membership SPECIAL RACK AND TABLES AT N :
and Mrs. Louis O. Hack, Mrs. kits Official "greetr" for the

L Monogrammed Robes and Leon Hathaway, Mrs Leslie occasion Latham. Is Mrs Leonard 50% or More Reductions! I;
Johnston, Mrs. Harry Liner,Jr., I "' ,
CJI Pajamas. Mr. and Mrs, Francis DMartln, Headquarters for the member. The 4,
Mrs. Louis Moore, Mr. and Mrs ship drive have been set up at i.y.
C.H. Mosbach, Mrs. Carl Pfelf. the Bank of Naples, and all cam. whole
Handkerchiefs and Baby
r' fer, Mrs. Carl Prime, Mrs.Nor.man paign workers are requested to : 40% OFF
Gifts. Ross, Mrs Arthur Russell, report In dally either by phone, town's ,
Fred Selph, Mrs. Julius Smith, or In person as the demand for
1250 Third St South, Naples MI 2-4791. Mrs. Elmer F. Straub, Miss memberships far exceeds the 11. buzzin' Girl's Bermudas and Shorts, Boy's and Girl's +.
1031 Lincoln Road, Miami! Beech Esther Truitt, Mrs Burton C. mlted seating capacity of the Corduroy Items, Boy's Dung.,..., Also Other '
Walworth, and Mrs Nell White torlum.Naples Senior High School audl. J It."". ;"
Membership dues In the 196S!! f
Naples Community Concert As. ,! 30% OFF
socUtlon are $7.50 for Adults,
R e R"Mtt $3 for Students. Patrons pa)' t
o\\\ lie.GALLERY 945: and. Headliner receive four for member.ships the Jan.. .

uary.Fehruary.March 1965 four. BOY'S AND GIRL'S
concert series U the world-fa. Sweaters Slacks Suits I'.
Sloepwear, Bathing ,
mous Vienna Choir Boys New
Jacket, Shirts, Thermo-Jac Slitns, Bermudas,
1290 Third\ Street, South Naples I FloridaPAINTINGS l I Former StripperFor About, the Shirts Sots.

I wonderfullysmart .
Ruby Held clothesat .

On Narcotic Hap L'

DRESSES to 50% OFF! h.:
BY ORANGE, Tex. CAP)-Police up
GEORGE today held Patricia Kohs, 21, :".'" '';'
former stripper at a Jack Ruby p; 0 .
night club In Dallas, on charges(
of possession of dal\ferou.dru.s

and marijUana ults and Sets to 40% Off
HILLTH Officers said:S they arrested Bo7'a' up
i A Miss Kohs, who performs under
the name of Penny Dollar, In a
1 bus station They quoted her assaying
she was en route from ifij1pit. your pr.s.nt n.edsl Also For
Dallas to Florida.: Camp and Back To School
TH NAPLES EXHIBIT Sheriff Chester Holts said j

Miss Kohs would be returned to
., : ,,::- ,. ":J Dallas to appear as a witness Naples. Store Only
} ( In Ruby's murder trial. 3 SCI ''tl w.. Sc.t. An SlIM Final

MARCH 1 10 THRU MARCH 1 17 If IIn -old-fashionedrecip- ill.

for a of you'll
pint bay scallop
b. life In ulna one pound _-1W-_Kiritmg- third Hlrttt South MI MW, s '>

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CET r W-D BRAND Leaner Fresher 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 8, 1864 sently used as a detour for chi

Barron River Bridge Gas I (
...:. : /':: :, ':! manent barricades be erected

Ground BeefIn ;. Everglades News:: Carl Miami Brown after Is In an a hospitalIn unusual

d,., By Juanita Weldon .....::::f; 1'1jjEi;; accident this past week.While
Convenient Chub _'.. working on a construction Job
near Ochopee Carl was struckIn
Miss! Seabrook secretary to of the Chamber of Commerce the eye by a nail. Extentof
Wendell Jarrard of the Florida took Miss Seabrook for an out- damage Is not known '.t
Development Commission was ing In the Ten Thousand Islandsand present time. ft
Paks'C in Everglades last week to make out to Wooten's for an air- Leonard Urbanski has sold
final arrangements for the com boat ride. Miss Seabrook said his home on Riverside Drive
hg: visit of ,Tarrard to Everglades she had a very enjoyable dayIn and Is leaving this weekend for
Blllle -;mith, president Everglades. Jarrard Is to the cold country up north. f
be the Chamber
guest speaker at
Dorothy and Donald Dearing
FXCEL Ea meeting next Saturday, weekend with
March 14, at 8 p.m. In the and former Everglades friends

Prku Effective Marl. 9 Thru IISAVElOc City Hall. and building.Mr. Mrs. Granville. Hill! dents Mr.and Mrs.G.C.Luther

SAYE10c are back In Everglades after In Lakeland.. _

lb.Qaanthy attending the funeral hermo-
ther Mrs, W.P. Morton. Alfa<<
1 has been In Manchester. Term LARGE LOT

with her mother for a month. Corner of So. Golf Drive
Our deepest sympathies are extended -
._. ft Gulf Shore Blvd. A golf '
R>ohts R.urvod c 4' 4 to Alice and her brother -
Lytle Morton a residentof .rt jewel, $10,000.00.
Naples. See
Our sympathies also to G. H. LUFF \
Gladys MoCrra who lost her
R. E. Broker
father last Saturday. Reg.
9th St. No.
Friends of Gerald Garrett 421 t
will be happy to hear he has
DIXIE DARLING ,! xp :a.Y finished his tour of duty and
been discharged from the U.S.
DINNER Army. He and his wife. Iris,
have returned to Florida and :
will be making their home in

Hid 6 Pak Loren G. Brown, of Chokoloskee, Council last Wed-
a5 announce the engagement of their City
pug. daughter Elaine Bee Brown, nesday granted docking spaceIn
to Harold Stephen Thomas of Na. Barron River to the Mobil
pies.The Oil Co. of Louisiana. Their
blrde-elect attended Ever. 146' vessel the M.L. Levy
SAVE MORE glades schools where she was a will use Everglades as home
cheerleader for the basketball port for the next six months. HOLLANDSALLEY
team and a majorette.Mr. They are checking for oil deposits
ON YOUR TOTAL FOOD Thomas, son of Wanda In the gulf. Leavingport
Hoffman of Naples and W, A.
Wednesday morning they
Thomas of Vero Beach, attended
will return In nine days INC.
BILL-SHOP KWIK CHEK Everglades schools and Is em.
ployed with the Florida State Wednesday the City Council 9 I fetlou
Road In Collier Coun. made two rooms In the city
Where You Get Top Value Stamps Department hall available to the young men 850 5th AVE., S.
ty.The NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture
wedding will take place of Everglades for use as a gym
Saturday, March 14, at 2 p.m. nasium. They have Installed
1 SAVE lOe THRIFTY MAID In the Church of God on Choko. a punching bag and weights.In .
loskee Island with Reverend T. the future they hope to obtain !
5 o J. Wells officiating. Friends of tumbling mats, parallel'
i Apple Sauce. Limit 19 the couple are invited to attend. bars climbing ropes and other tugs,

Halflimit il equipment. Anyone wishing to Gifts, Accessoriesand
., SAVE 4c ROYAL FRUIT FLAVORED Glenn Getting make equipment available {
t Rog. please contact Emory Duren Objets d'art
l l Gelatin ogr7c Dennis Ballard or Buster Clif
Treatment For not to be foundelsewhere.
Two I IUACN .. U U n ton. Advisor for the group will
>5g X? DIXIE DARLING RAISINCinnamon Reverend Eric Weldon. .
Brain Injury Walter Holzman announced
an anonymous donor had contri-
Buns Pk: Z ge' SAN ANTONIO Tex. (AP)- buted $500 for the purpose of Visit The Furnished

Marine Lt. Col. John H. Glenn purchasing a movie projector -
Jr., spaceman turned polltl. for the City's Recrea- Model Apartment At
SAVE 10c THRIFTY clan, underwent treatment for I
MAID tion The
FROZEN FOODS a brain concussion today In a Department. City LaTour Rivage By
Council agreed to buy chairs
hospital familiar from Ms as. "
and rent the first film to get Holland Salley, Inc.
I tronaut days.
SAVI 1 18e
Glenn, who bumped his headon the movies started. Further MEMBER OF
a bathtub In his apartment film rentals will come from
Ice Milk Donuts. 3 "-.. loo Feb. 26, was transferred Fri. the proceeds. AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF
day from Columbus, Ohio, to The Atlantic Coast Line Rail
SAVE ASTOR FROZ.Cauliflower. Wllford Hall Hospital on Lack. road has given the city permission INTERIOR DESIGNERS
land Air Force Base to use the land [ re-
The 42-year-old Ohio senatorl.
Z 10'LPIIg.. 49' al candidate, who quit the U.S.
Hal space program to go Into poll ,4nneffe C. ?) ealtor
tics, has been at the hospital tv7nf |
several times previously to un.
dergo physicals and tests as an
We Sell Only The astronaut. Presents
Doctors would not speculateon
Freshest In Fruits how long he would be in WU
,;tr ford Hall. However, Dr. Earl
r And Vegetables In Our Brannon Jr., chief of orthopedic
: surgery, said In a news confer

:MORE' 'MEAT VALUES e"" ; PRODUCE DEPT. ence"We're almost sure he'll be

4r7 ., out by April 1."
Glenn, who had planned to re.
QUICK FROZEN LAMB < __ s tire from the Marines March 1,
Is now scheduled to be mus.
Shoulder tered out April 1. He Is expect. .
Chops ed to Immediately swing Into '
, his campaign for the Ohio Dem.
ocratlc senatorial nominationIn

s 'rr- FANCY RED RIPE Dr Ohio.Brannon, who accompa. ,.,
Por 49c 1 nled Glenn on the slxJiour .J
Tomatoes flight to Texas and who has
worked with him during prevl.
ous visits to the hospital, pro. Another Gordon River home beauty for; the .discriminating -'
QUICK FROZEN LAMB WE GIVE I nounced the former astronautIn buyer who wants a nice home in a

Shoulder Roast [I However good condition., he said, the fall In. lovely neighborhood without the expense of city
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bath air conditioned home is offered for sale
VEGAS (AP) Nobody
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Per Pound joined it. The city paid Its $100
dues for three year But this RENTALS
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FRESH MEATY TENDER City Manager V.L. Fletcher Lovely 2 bedroom cottage near the Beach. Air
pondered and declared: conditioned. Seasonal Rental.
WE GIVE "There has been no tangible j
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in the assoclntion.
MIRACLE CORN Oil So the city commission of IIINH. C. W",,",' hCeero.w .
[ this desert resort voted to drop
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i | !tl I silver king also yielded to Brown. Inshore waters remained clear fishing with Guide Hank Keith Backba' sheepshead fishing a. Sunday, March 8, 196& COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9 I
AV\\\ Lets Go Ing's reel the same day and his and calm. Fishing off Goodland off Goodland. mong the Ten Thousand Islandswas
wife\ weighed In a third tarponat with Blllle Weeks aboard ,the LOTS OF REDS upgraded the past week due vis aboard the "Sunfish", Mr. Everyone Read The NEWS
r 86 pound. "Linda", Judge Orle L. Phillips Raymond F. Gage ot the Surf. to warmer weather and good and Mrs. John Martin of Naples ,
Fishing i Fishing with Capt. Dwight Do. Pat Goodenough and L. A. White, side Apartments and part sized catches were reported ata and Miss Helen Martin of Lon. I
xle, H. T. Parker of Mt. Holly allot Naples, reported in at fishing with Capt. Bob Kerr, number of fishing spots. A don, England, ran Into some ex.
N. J. brought a 104-pounder to the Ship Ahoy Docks with a large found plenty of redflsh action in party from Long Island, N. Y,, ellent redflsh action in the Ca. RESTAURANTTAMIAMI
gaff about the same time mixed catch which Included two Marco waters one day last week, including Mr. and Mrs. Doug xambas Pass Area. They also '
"Champagne corks were pop. snook, (released), 10 big reds, reeling In 11 large reds. Also Fraser, caught 20 sheepshead. collected some king whiting plus TRAIL
ping like mad all over the a good sized trout and one lady.; taken were eight trout, a snook during a trip In the back waters catches of snapper and sheeps.
place," said Whltaker; In des. and a blue. with Capt. Weeks head. Money MakerOut
irlblng: festivities at the inn fish.Two large snook taken on mlr. Capt. George Teane' guidingMr. Fishing with Capt. Boo Da. of country owara
i after the silver kings were weigh. ror lures were reported by Ha. and Mrs, R. f', McIntyre want FAST ACTION!
ci VICTORINE ed at dockside It is the custom rold Mochmar and wife, Pauline Of Douaglar, Mich., and E. Del. SEE THIS
ot the inn to serve "cham. of Durand, Mich. One was a co of Michigan City. Ind., guestsat ii: ; ::
pj.chtng for kings and tarpon pon taken by guests at the Inn pagne on the house" to guests 15.pounder and the other tippedthe the Idle Hour Motel, report 8d,.; ..1 Serrice Call
e big time this weekend as on Thursday. The largest was after a successful tarpon hunt. scales at 12 pounds. The' ed In to the Ship Ahoy Docks G.H.I..UFF
\ continue to come In that boated by Clyde Browning of Despite strong winds which also boated a nine-pound red. with large mixed catches of INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
| schools of kingfish are Carmel, Ind., fishing with Guide have hampered grouper fisher fish and a trout weighing six sheepshead, si at'i ers, trouts and MI 2.2270
lIIllnr around In Gulf Jackie Phi MI 2.3696 1 1175 Pine St, Naples, Fl,.
waters Thompson. A 93-pound men In the Gulf for the past week, and a half pounds. They were reds.
{ ec! y,off Naples and that tar. -- -
of the 100.pound class are
v U In the vicinity of Palm
I Id Buttonwood Bays In the Ten
dlo chatter received by Ed : iMORE
ell of the 6j>ortSpot at Cray.
Cove from one of a fleet T
mackerel boats circling In
|bot waters off Gordon Pass .
Tlday revealed that the kings
arrived In good numbers
111 the spring migration slowly

>William/lnjt north.Epstein's 1061/2 pound

on i took top honors for silver MIGHTY MARCH VALUES
fgs last week. Espteln, with
< wife and Paul Willis all
hrocco, Ind., were fishing a.
and Capt. Preston Sawyer's
|The sliver king made six Jumps
ter taking Epstein's blue mul.
|t lure (creek chub plkle) and
If as weighed in at the Ship Ahov II'Y
ocks at Goodland. It was Ep iias1
ein' first tarpon expedition nout
nd the silver king was taken on
I 30-pound test line. \
Whltaker, Marco Islandn
manager, reported four tar. .. Y p 'i)11ot 1 I II o

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Truly a treasure of tavhtfp the. charming
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Seller earned his spot against yr
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******* ****** * *** gleaming sport still new has gymnasiums.The a ways togo IndiansDo i ''ltecreationi M R I

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I Ii By GAME undoubtedly An adverse e helped e public e convince reaction the It Again, 46.42 DepartmentBY J

TIME I National Football League that It ... P..T.RfI.
Devld L'on should abandon, for the time Winning' records don't countin five out of 15 contests all sea- RON McCUNE 1I

being, Its plans to televise certain the state basketball tourna son, have waylaid three highly- BOYS' ALL STAR BASKETBALL
Basketball till Is regarded all regional tournaments? NFL games on Friday ment as Immokalee's oppon- regarded opponents earning -- The boys' basketball
as a minor sport In this The home-floor advantage is nights. School principals all ents continue to find out. a Saturday nightchande againstLake season came to a climax -
state, and perhaps someday the worth, coaches maintain from across thecountry,and spokesmen The Indians, who won only : Placid at Lake Placid In last week with two goodall '
state high school athletic office five to 10 points or more. When for the high school and the regional final. The regional star teams battling to an March[B, 1961 ra
will let the sport develop.It teams get as far as regional college athletic associations Little winner goes to Gainesvillefor 18-14 finish. After the scrim- 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
seems to be holding It backat tourney play they deserve e- sent thousands letters of pro- League Class C state final play mage the Recreation Department J
present. qual footing with all other test to the NFL and Congressmen. next weekend. handed out trophies to the ner, H. Constance, A. Brackettand be surprised to find how sight
First point regards the cur- teams. Tryouts Open Coach Frank Pelham's team champions of the regular season V. Seller. the field will be this yia-with IJ,
Ion classification system. Curiously, Dunedin and Riv Sen. Spessard Holland, replying measured off Frostproof 46- The Green Hornets, win- The quarter finals saw a few the new Mercury-Vapotlghts? I
Granted that there Is a case iera Beach are two of the 10 to a letter sent by Naples Here TuesdayTryouts 42, at Lake Placid Friday nightto ners of 5 out of 7 games closely contested battles. Mr. Even the umpires sh] wd! be
to be made for lumping big teams enjoying this home- principal E.W. Woodruff earn a spot in the regional were the recipients of the Schwarln lost toSteve Wllhelm able to see this year. .
and small schools together, as floor advantage all through district noted that these letters of pro for prospective Little championship game. Then awards. The observation of this Mr. Ritter extended Mr. Bre- the Little League held,
In Indiana and Kentucky. But and regional play. Othersare test were referred to the anti- League Major Division baseball Lake Placid took care of MIami writer relative to the progressof wer to three games before bow- new roofs have been put 0' the
If a state decides to classify Class AA Gainesville, ClasB trust division of the Justice players will be held this week, Beach St. Patrick, 68-55. the Boys' Basketball Pro- Ing out. One of the lowest dugouts and a load of fill dirt
schools, at least It should do Madison and Mt. Dora and Dept. It Is widely held that beginning Tuesday at 5:30 p.m., A week earlier Immokalee gram Is one of high praiseto scoring games was Miltner's has been put in the dug on'J to
It right. four Class C teams -Camp- Friday night televising of NFL the Little League organization defeated Everglades and Alvaon the boys who took part In 16 to 8 win over Constance.Mr. eliminate the water underfoot
Dunedin and Riviera Beach bellton. Milliard, Hawthorne, games would be a violation of has announced. successive nights on the Indian the program. We feel from C went on to lose againIn after rains. The backstophasbeen
are two of the top contendersIn and Lake Placid. the 1961 anti-trust law. About 110 boys are registeredso court to win the district observing the progress, most the second to put him out. repaired permanentlythis
the Class A state basketball Arcadia would have hosted a Most high school football far, but from there the are minor some leagues good tournament. of the boys learned a great The other games in the men's time we hope and the ,

tournament. Both schools regional Class B tournament, teams have trouble enough attracting prospects that have not signed as yet. Boys Immokalee battled Frost- deal on fundamentals and rules. division saw one member of the holes in the outfield have'teen '

have exceeded the Class A enrollment except for the DeSoto County spectators In sufficIent must register before they can try proof on even terms all the way, Even the more advanced boys doubles champs go down to defeat filled.___ tDon't
ceiling of 450 boys pure white rule which numbers to games to off- out. scoring 18 points to 14 In the improved In organized com- after three games. Mr. A f f''
(Dunedin 503, Riviera 602)). seems to be the vogue in var- set the high costs associatedwith Players 11 and 12 years old final period to earn the vic petition. Seller was beaten In the first De Litterbug
However the change to AA ious Southwest Florida coun- a competitive football pro- should attend tryout sessions at tory Friday. Scoring balance, The following received tro- game, but came roaring backIn
status doesn't take effect until ties. Jupiter, one of the four gram. It Is nouhe high schools' the Gambler Park Little League which the Indians have shown, a phies for first place with our the second to win by two General Electronics
next year. But they have teams in the Arcadia regional, business to compete with the diamond both Tuesday and Wed. lot of In tournament play, was congratulations: Bill Donovan, points. In the deciding game
the students this year. Is not pure white, so the regional pros and they shouldn't be nesday Boys nine and 10 should the key again. Tim Whipkey, David Barley Mr. Brackett wound up 29 In
trims the size
Second point concerns sites tournament was shifted forced Into a competitive sit- report on Thutsday and Friday. Jerry Rutledge had 13 points, Ronnie Rose Mike Noe and the hole. Final score Seller
of this weekend's regional basketball quietly from Arcadia to West uation. The NFL and AFL All At sessions these tryout will sessions begin at, 5:30.boys Harley Thomas 12,Lama Pol Jeff Provenzano. 28, Brackett minus 29. (and price) on
tournaments. In 10 Palm Beach a neutral and more ought to steer clear of Friday who have not registered can do lock 11, on one field goal To the losers we will just In the women's division eight
of the 16 tournaments, games cosmopolitan location. nights, just as they have In the so. They should bring a parent, and nine foul shots Julian wil- say "wait 'til next year". ladles signed up for a well
were being played on a parti- It seems unbelievable that past. and they must bring proof of liams six points, and Bill SHUFFLEBOARD TOUR- balanced draw. In the first
cipating team's home court. one of the four regional Class DrlvtV four. Frostproof had a NEY .. The Senior Citizens round Mary Schwarln beat Flor- C)10Ir({]) 1w
That means it Is possible for AA sites Tampa Cham- Cuts Own Mile age.Boys who are 10 years old now, 6-6 center, Dell Henderson, singles tournament got under- ence Gangwer, but not before
several teams to earn a berth berlain's gymnasiumhad room but who will be 11 before August 1, but Immokalee held him to only way Monday with no one get- three long games (spread over
In the state semifinals at for -fcnly 1,400 fans. This region are reminded that their league two points ting hurt In the shuffle .. of two days) had been played. I.r
Gainesville by winning four encompasses the second age is 11, and they should show At Dunedin, Punta Gorda had course there were complaintsof Gene Paris beat Lillian Meyertwo
games all on the home floor largest metropolitan area In Track RecordCHICAGO up Tuesday and Wednesday for the same kind of luck that Naples the high winds blowing the out of three. Emma Seller
the state, and surely more than tryouts. Those who played Major did last year losing bya discs in the kitchen. Other won over Bertha Burton and Fj&onPERFECTED
Division ball last don't have
GATE'S THE THING 1,400 wanted to get Inside and (AP) Amazlnt' to try out. Boys who year are trying pretty convincing score to than that, the matches went Liz Stapleton lost to Ann Wil-
The reason these tourna- watch the games. Tom O'Hara lowered his own Indoor .' out will vie for the openings left Dunedin's tough Falcons. Pun- pretty smoothly. There WASa son, all winners advancing to
ments are not played on neu- If Chamberlain's Is not the mil record to 3:56.4 Fri.* by boys who are too old to play ta Gorda eliminated Naples minor mistake, somethingabout the semi-finals. One match
tral floors Is to Insure suc- largest gym In the Tampa Bay day night and confidently announced e. In Little League this year. from Class A district play, but the LONG games. played In the semi-finals Wed- COLOR
cess at the gate. The state area. It shouldn't have been he possibly could hav Jack Winters is the new Little found Dunedin too much to reckon In two preliminary games nesday saw Gene Paris defeat TV
office figures that fans aren't named to host the tournament. run two seconds faster. League president, succeeding with. The Falcons shot out George Burton bumped off MarySchwalnlntwogames.
Interested enough to travel to If It is the largest it pointsup Three weeks ago the 130-pounc! Rev. Richard T. Lambert, whose to an'early lead and breezed to Charles Simendinger (after The finals will match Gene
a neutral site, but they are Interested the as-yet small following O'Hara knocked Indoor two seconds mark oft[ resignation was accepted last an 89-74 triumph. three games), and Mr. Hoyt Paris against the wlmierof the
enough to follow the basketball enjoys In Florida. a 3:56.5 in the New York AC') week. Winters will fill the latter's Fort Myers won its 14th took the measure of W.R. game between Emma Seller and
home team through the tourna- The sport has made great stri- Games at Madison SquarE' unexpired term. New Little straight game Friday, 69-52 Horack. After the first round Ann Wilson. Game time will
ments,so long as the team keeps des in this state In the past Garden. for League Trail managers Cleaners are In Jim Major Croak Dl. over Winter Haven, and stayed ended the tired survivors wereJ. be 2 p.m. Monday March 9th.
playing at home. 10 from alive In Class AA TENNIS -. The
years moving poorly- vision, and Robert Johnson for the Schwarln. S. Wilhelm, Frank country's top v
Why not neutral floors for lighted outdoor courts Into Everyone Reads The NEWS Dodgers In Senior Division. play. Brewer J. Rltter W. Milt- tennis players better keep an
eye on our morning tennis class.
Some new champions are developing -
Jan Cross Pat
Deason Lll Howard Judy "

cW I Selector Guide I Chlrgwln Kasel and, Pat Mlm Turleyhave Berman been Pat

practicing at least three daysa ,
week and are improving rapidly -
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..person Center. 17 Pontiac, wagon 410It MONTH Z BEDROOM APARTMENT J. W. DYCHES REALTOR en premises' Owner I* oscar I'd tempo itas.
.PLAZA REACTSALUN 3/ithf Shopping Chev 4 dr its IN LOVELY SECTIONOF 1144 3rd ST. SOUTH vary ill will sell for 1)10 cash out ely Other' Obin' 115aeon Mendarln Rd. 1 bdrmsZ ..
It2l E Tamlaml. Trail -- It Chev Wagon Kt NAPLES JUST OFF THE Ml '.'152 See this) CARIBBEAN REALTY Full P"CO 5730 for baths central heel and air.oorch .
Midway 7_.e7Z Woman to do .light housework 11 Olds 4 d,. II SOS BEACH CALL Ml Z M9Z 3/l I'M N.. Trail, Ml 21111 fuller int9rrn5o,, c."t.ct.D carport Assume mortgage .
and cook I meal, 3 hours dally 12 Econoline Pick Up 1391 3/ltf 1/30 sthtf T Jones Enterprises Inc .... closing cost*. S2.000dn
3 wish. ph 3/' 1100 DOWN buy Z IAhome Midway MIO P 0 Baa ,'J.
BONITA SPRINGS SPA"announces or 3 hours days) a tf Fyrnished Ettciencis.'ifflrMarch i ..c.o": 71 x 100 Home*!!*. I blocks Ntoet' Fla til.100.
1 canal RainbowCove
MI 24104. after pm Salesmen: Paul Graham. Tom on
110 par thereefter to beach Slh Si No. $'.100
Female, counter help ever IITuea Peele. Elton Davidson. Lauren The. DUPREE: m.p $.. 2991 $13,050ORAND NEW Z BR home near Tom McBride, Realtor. 132 liiapl.s" H'.h' "c,.. I l'a miles, 141 Ith St No.. I bdrmt., I
Charm and Reducing Clan Blue till bring your choiceto Francis Ave So. E. off St MI Z1144. bath fireplace carport good
Fri Sat. evenings' Must Naples ( St. Ann'e school $I4,100. Park So j/lttf lions city' oily I five acre
Ml 2 1IM investment $12 tM.
be able to make change Apply you. Shadewtewn DrIve) 3/3tf 10* Down.
H forming now (Adult or COLLIER COUNTY MOTORSYour .. COLEMAN BOYD. Broker parcel I reme' n,
TMHS elaiif) Call WVm n .In person at Carousel Drive Friendly FORD Shorty Apt. now available 10 Tenth St. N,. Ml Z HIS A nice high LOT In Naples 150 per month Philip N Copes, Lot 21 Block t. Reyel Harbor.
In _3/6tf MERCURY H COMET Deil''fTftUCKS by month or at yearly 3/ithstl Park. near Vanderbilt Drive f 0 Boa 1301 Neples Midwayi.v17 overlooking bay. .......11. Coat
4701. BoniU Sr-mgi: na.3BoatsMotorsAcces. rates Ml I. "r..r lltfKttrSenette Ha well on premiers' Owner I I. 50.50(5. sacrifice, HIM
STATION WAGON 3T bedrooms, Z baths IV block ill will, sell for $ISO cash
14-Help Wanted Male YOUR CHOICE 1295H Apt. Call Ml Z lltl. 4o beach On Central Ave $31. very See Thlsl CARIBBEAN REALTY Lot 14 17th Ave So Aqua.

ton Chev Panel TruckI 3/3 100 Ha* deluxe living room 3710 No Tamialmi Trail. 61' Intome PropertyIllness lane waterfront' cost 17100,
HELP WANTED ton Ford Panel Truck Modern -* I bad oom sanfumnabi Florida room combination, with Midway .IUS sacrifice |I2M
Money making opp. with leadIng 'II Plymouth Station Wagon ad APARTMENT with completepng replece' screened porch end -
and expending, quality, home YOUR CHOICE $213 khclten Near beach end ''' anclosed garage. Also, included| MsftfamsIylot'15location x fiO. Good. compel m* to ten mv' Let 33 Benyen Blvd High lot
For Sale:: Zl It. Daniel built builders o..nlut'o" for an.othsr FURNITURE FAIR BY SEASON OR YEA I? draped and carpeting TonsMcBride Reasonable. Ml 2 3144evenings 2 .fIt. building lot 100 x ISO overlooking Gulf. SeernXoe ot
loat 141 H P straight, I. np."c.d productivisalaa NORTH TRAILAll IM tth ,Ave So Mi f '!U- Rialtor, ... Park StSo 2/27lh Can be inspected any day at $5950

Chryslar, trash water Coolad.Taak I : Contact Fred P.ull) tend. Efficiencies, 0.'V"r Ml 2 1144 2/lltf NICE LOTS ON MORNING 312 7th Ave. ,So_. 3/3tf 410 Ith Ave So Aqua.lane". Zbdrms
docks. Load.d witS soIra. Michigan Home Line Ml SIDE DRIVE NORTH NAPLC8 BUILDINGS .
fl'j.f. Month IRIS MOTEL) TWO COMMERCIAL .. Z bath, central heat a>
.... E. T uro., S SO". I"c.. Drive, The Moorings! *, 3/S 10.11WBuick Your Choice 129100 ZZ302 or Ml 21111 SEASONAL RENT BEATER t 100 131 Ml Z473I. WITH PRESENT IN air, garag waterfront 131.MO.
Mid. Completely furnished apart bedroom house on Frank Whitman 3iltThis COME OF 1170 WILL SACRIFICE '22 St I
Special 4 d,.. RadioII :
SPECIAL ASS'T SALES MGR Econoline Pick' up good con menu, TV on cable. open firerlace Blvd. North Naplea |i.100 II wide by 12$' deep FOR ONLY 111. ,000..
Earn good money with Ideal day, week or month and you wrtl know where you FULL PRICE. BOTH BUILDINGS
ditlon IM lots St. No. after multifamily lot is ideally situated VINCE CONBOY
19 ft flbtrgUaa "Croiby"nm :: : CALL MIDWAY 55550.
working condition. Mutt be > P..... IIS.I WashIngton Av*. Ml I 2.2152. Las spend next winter comfort within, easy walking dis
about twin 40 HP good clo.... work well with 3/Ut ably, See this before you head lance of schools. shopping, and 3/.*'. ___ im
talesmen In growing Naples Ttlo MercuTy 4 dr full I powerfectory Furnished, bedroom apartment back to the frozen "North CARIBBEAN recreational .r... It scorns, "(slender Apartment Close M tit Sth Ave PerkweyPh
Johnson motors with only Real Estate operation, with emphasis air. good cond I boughtIt huge living room. kitchenS REALTY. Jilt No' location allows an apartment .beach. and shopping' Owner III. MI 1.1741
II Kr;, sine new. 2 18 on homes Submit qua!, new Call Ml ZIIM bath Ml 2-3691 Ill." "Trail, Ml 2 till 2/2ltfsf building, 10 ,ace Ih.r Eighth good term Marlowe and BeckHealtor
f,cation and references to box .,l"t 4 "It"II"ATiifl"SH"' : M[ Avenue South 0' East Labs *. 417 Ith Ay*. So MlZ
CL:rM tanks .In control I737AA Collier County New' JEEP Customited, like new DON T BUY OR RENT Wilfi, II X 30 ft. Florida Room. Drive' and the small lake to 1221 Z 1221 66lnsur.neI"'SURANCE
.etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trailer Naples, Florida_ .___ See at Naples Awning Gloss. YANKEE LANDING large c' 'db.r..t": master the north will, assure privacy Cent re'My I located I eundr".n i
10H Bread A".. NoUltra bedroom and air condi without the .apenue 0' a aIr' alot. withscOrns.
or at store building
Manager for apartment house, EiCitng. unusual fferentl A adioining KINDS
eompUu package toned utility room Z car carport 3145W OF ALL
Merlowe Beck
Require handyman A some .Classic MQ TC, RM drive. waterfront Coop en Chesapeake well and ,
city) sewerage Roy Smith Realtor Benson Insurance
$1895. Sew at 16M Murex yard Ideal for younger 3*.000 miles. Ave in Oyster Bay See ,it for Q E. Realtor. 41) 1th A".. So. Ml Inf1id .cy
'd"'o;:; : original restoredNOT Burton pump sprinkling sbusand 717 5th Ave So Ml 2 2171 2.1221. 3lIftIlNOYON IM 1th Avenue,
Ph Z 5249 today or call Bros
I pl .
Cheap Ml Z 7301 3/3tf retrlg rugs and drapes VI 1141 329015Plospitsbieation
DriVe. call Bill Tucker 41/1 !
or 3/1 _ 22121 After hour 2 3/ltf some furniture. TV. cable gas fr \ :"
Midway 2-4286 Excellent Txperlenced; (elesmen full i-or heat ONLY 111.100. Located at leered lot 71 x ItO on wide NEW II unit apartment located Accld."t. HeaRh
part Itma. Stoneorerft Industries 1111 7th Ave. No. Call Bill, canal Oolrten Shores Full priceI on Gulf Shore Drive Marloweend Group 4 Business Ins Metropolitan
Burl, 3950 14th St. N.. Ml Z 2)12 40-Autos Repairs! e Parts 49-Houses For Rent Tucker. Midway 2101*. _tl O $100 dn 140 per moSO Beck Hullo. 417 Ith Ave Life Insurance Conault
So MI Z 1221 "'1'. Clousar MI Z 3091
3/Mf. f 0. M''p--: Iefj la 4- a 110 lots on St Rd 151Thomason ant Harry)
YACHT BROKERAGE Gas station alttndsnr-part time RENTALSHOUSES what. you buy with, this 4 bedroom Drive. Eeet Naples. 'Went' '-lo net IOS Let us show P. O .Box t9l_ "!Ot,..!

Complete Naplea. Listings deys Apply at Crayton Cove LOOK HERE 2 bath CBS home Com 1(100( ea 110 dn |IO per "'0. you the possibilities on these I
Fine Inboard Boats From 20 Standard. 3/4.4t pleiely furnished Including dtsh Owner MJ2309 Z/2lws duplexes in North Neples Almost
: washer washing machine. IOOH occupancy rate. All COUNTY NEWS
Bob Martin M12 3757 Lots In "N.pl.P.rll.. Terms: COLLIER 11
Bunk.Smith Chrla.Craft Sales NEED PART TIME MEN WHO. Wondering where to fo APARTMENTS love. ref. carport large utility low us month four unit, furnished Asking lust
COULD USE AN EXTRA W room solar scraeryid walk 4m dtllrO\ $il.100. Be e landlord not atenant.
"""" With probtsnsP Ml Evenings
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED beautifully landscaped groundsgarden CARIBBEAN REALTY
.. Ml I 2 2144 March 1964MORf
'.JU5 Factory Finish Paint Job Sunday 8.
bridge .
Ft. Ulrlckaon flying YEAR SEASON tools city water end J/tO N. Trail Ml 21111Z2ltfsf
.224 Gray Marina. alaipa three. Wrack Rebuilt sewer Close to school end 3ltttthsIndustrial _

.complete with tithing Chairs 16-Help AvailableGirl Tuneups J. W. DYCHES REALTOR 'P''I'r Immediate posses: Lola on Radio, Road Sacrifice. sale" M 31 Com
land many other ..tr.. Top lion ; a opt, call CARIBBEAN Vj MI E. of Airport toned C 1 mereial bide on Rt 41. at Palm, THAM MAIF OP

condition Brea 72171. 14910 00. Call Burton Friday will take dictationIn Front and Overhaul alignmentIdolor 1144 Srd ST. 10.MI Ml 21111 REALTY 3710 N.2/l9fwa Trail. 100' I 310. 12.SOO with term: River. 130 front 210 deep IM. FVORIOAS TOlfPlSTS WIlL(

I your home or mine Per I.ZUI on weter Will accept any roesoneble R&TURU FOR IVMTMER VISIT I
sonel and buamess. letter. Transmission rebuilt 3/Hi MARCO ISLAND 3 bedroom Acre Lot 10 x ISO offer Call owner Ml
for Sale;: It ft. Thunderoirdcomplete outboards .. Available anytime Ml I 25535. LubricationUndercoat house at Good I end. Fla I'.000. iI'S"S2 .M dn bal 110 par mol 1 4ine. Z'7lwstt
with 2 Johnson rant till D... ISIh Fur No taT'1'1Wi'.91.T'V6si| taO
than Iyaar 3/4.5t For Write, to 4101 Greenwood Ave Dick Hill Broker
In water less nlahad Z Bedroom lit bath Ft M"..*. Fl 1... or call OX have when you purchase prop.
'. Ith bus than half price) Will do houaecleanlng Call Brakes screened porch, TV cable. Oa 4.3S37. no collect call pi..... Office at the Hilhouaa Co. orty at Quean Scheme Island
2011 St. So Doris_ Ml, 2.3350. 3/3M_ Polish V.iDon't rate (V* BLOCK FROM 3/1 Ml I 2 4303 We have for sale several good
Z/Z3tfa Z/l3lfslh
BEACH) Vary qulat To quail- residential, and commercial lois GREET
Active neat middle aged man look any further had tanant no children no House on I acres of land Zbdrms to' x 111' lot ,In Neplea Peril al Queen Cove at predevelopmant ,
82 FT. CHRIS CRAFTCOMMANDER desires work Past expert pat. Inquire at 17 SIN Awe. So. ., IH bath. carport Sutility .117th Avenue IU bike watt of prices. This Is a once.ina .

encas: Furniture finishing' Tex. See from A a.m. to I pm. or after room. .:..__3/ls4t Trail across from Kingdom Hall .lifetime, opoprtunity to paxlielpete 7ilEt1wg
4 ''O S pm /0 Church 1st I SOO gets it. Inquire ,In Uiis exclusive >ax tree
1958 MODEL farm maneger' ::1jchinery ,: Ingram Chevrolet Inc. -4--- PINE RIDGE ESTATES across the street from churoh area of Queen Cove. FraepoftUrand .
ENGINE EXCELLENT op..to Can furnish 130 tth St. N. Ml ZI101Naple Waterfront 3 Badroom furnlahad Owned by famous my.t..yw.lt.r 3/Jtt Bahama Island Lot : !
305 artistic
week to April II. e truly /
$150 a start at 1241100 with
K\V references Will consider, other *. 'Ja42Muhlnery ; prices
CONDITION 1171 a month annual"aik overlooking b..utlfull.k.. High Lot. label. Shores. Convenient terms 1/141
110 GENERATOR. RAYTHEON work Ml' 2592S. the men at IM E'UAL" opan beam calling and living Location Price $'9! IIM
DEPTH FINDER AND SHIP 3/5 10,11 __ Equip. IMPERIAL PROPERTIEI room with large wood burning dn David C Jones. Realtor. 3111th n'f"t:1" Smith Realtor -
f OIlS
.. So Ml
SHORE RADIO. A REAL Z tIll Are 8e Ml 3.3553V''lTh'WOOdId
TO in tth St So M. (2121 fireplace 3 bedrooms NOTICE
BARGAIN CALL Ml Z.2122. Secretarial or Bookkeeping position 3/S bathe. I porches (1 acraaned Lot nearShadowlawn 1/1 4 3S64Waterfront PUBLIC
3/etf desired Have been to GROCERY STORE carport and grounds covered

FLARE boat now sold direct" business school .0 bed ... EQUIPMENTEverything 1 bdrm. "mll'"I' houil Slip with pines citrus end palm available, Easy School Terms city water Cell Property IN CIRCUIT COURT
23 penance In This field MI .5926. cable available IWPmaland tree Many many tropical
Wholesale prlee for water, TV 11192
need a Midway see
or yourbroker
: 1':0 3/1.10.11 shrubs. Take advantage
Ml and
Flare 1 Flbarla Co, grocery or sundry store par mo 2131 plants I COLLIER COUNTY.
4001 3/3tf of this wonderful opportunity ftnesl .
Lakeland II ft. Hussmen Dairy' Display' to acquire a truly 21 FOOR COMMERCIAL LOT. Undoubtedly the lakefront STATE OF FLORIDAIN
23-Misc. For Un'ur"l"h.dHou... lot UN In Naples. f..0ulhw..1 **
Salq. Case 10 ft Morton Meat Case For Rent distinctive home CARIBBEANREALTY. WILl. SELL ON TERMS OR CHANCERf'
Business Opps. I ft. Warren Meat Cite t- Call MI t.29tO. 2/27the 3710 N. Trail Ml YOU CAN STEAL IT FOR across private Golf Ukatowarda No, 2002MARQIE
21" Zenith Console tSO 10th St Frozen Case 'BeeulTlul rTbdrm. TTaHTBomi i Zllll 3/llhstf CASH. MIDWAY Z.2111. Beech Club TAYLOR SMITHPlaintiff
I ft. -
Sewage Cou,... This property hoe *urvad
FOR LEASE MODERN I 1 No. efterl p.m. _3/.1_ I' x S' Hill. Walk.In Box 14.* for SIlO per mo Steve Included. rafriierator I bedroom I bath CBS In Lake 3/4wfs __________ ___ _ concrete reteming wall al ".

BAY PHILLIPS' II SERVICE n.OfBo" Hogan regietere'd Band Saw National Gander and drapes referenda required Perk Stove 'Included. Well and LARGE CORNER COMMERCIAL shore line to protect against' ROBERt C. SMITH JR.
Adults' only
STATION ON THE NORTH matched woods (123. ; Some grass and plantIngs LOT ACROSS FROM erosion Lot has city sewer Defendant
TRAIL IN NAPLES' PROVED 4. 5) and 'Iron (2. 3. 4. b. I. Toledo Tentfwlter H"Meat I CARIBBEAN. REALTY !pump. Ml 24211. 3/0.10.15: COLLIER COUNTY COURTHOUSE Installed and paid for Price NOTICE' OF SUIT
GALLONAGE TOP LOCk. 1. I. t. wedge and sand Iron Block Z Toledo Scales 3790 N. Trail Ml 24111 ., 131 AIRPORT ROAD I'10.000 cesh 3/11 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

TION. SMALL INVESTMENT total of I! club. wood I year AI.W Root Beer Machine .I/ltktf Beautiful new home on Urge FRONTAGE. l lL""c J W Roy Smith Realtor ROBERT C SMITH JR.
REQUIRED AS FINANCING for USO OIl Call Ml '.l&1 or complete $1550 delivered.THE lot I bedroom Z bathe reverse FRONTAGE: 717 tth Ave So Ml Z2I7I S a L Custom Drape.
I/I Salisbury
50-Rooms For Rent cycle air conditioning
PARTY. WRITE BOX 1319 FT. RIFICC PHONE MIDWAY Mocksvlll. North CarolineYou
PHONE ED 4.9301,. Hill fIreplace large dressing room, "4w"*
MYERS OR Dick closets ZJIlt LANDING are hereby notified, that a i

3/4.&t 26-Persona R.do, Rd MI Z 4303 Private room and bath I bIbs' "many ask the men at IM RIAL. To settle iiT1t-Iis: i An exciting new waterfront suit, has been filed, egvtnet T HI In

"TEXACO; INC. FOR" LEASE flU.11 from beach and town. Twin bad IMPERIAL PROPERTIES K. Pine' Ridge txteneion. Coop on Chesepeake Ava. the above entitled, cause end you
MODERN 3 BAY SERVICE INTERESTED IN A MOUN. 742 7th .. SoJilOll 2 n tth St. So Ml Z212I CARIBBEAN REALTY I'M Oyster) Icy From 17100 teIII are hereby required to serve upon
STATION IN" NAPLES. PAID TAIN CABIN IN GATLIN. 44-Mobile Homes 1A" )/1I No Trail. Ml Ztlll. "/111' ,000. See it today er call plaintiff' attorney whose name and
TRAINING PROGRAM ANDFINANCIAL BURG' TENNESSEE t I MUST Badroom 2 tile bath hoMe laytOn Bros Z 2121 After hour address appear haraon. your writ

I ASSISTANCE: SELL MINE AT A SACRIFICECALL 1 I : leveled in The Mooring Car BARGAIN "4___ ._ ___ ___.. 3)/i! Ian defense, if any to the bill ofComplaint
AVAILABLE CONTACT DON MIDWAY 2-2IM. l/4wf Furnished Trailer fenced. with 52-Re l Estate WantedVacant petmg throughout living room Waterfront Lot at Gill Her 71 ACRES WATERFRONT ever delivered In to said suit herewith copy of whichIs
INC you en or
ABERNATHY TEXACO. lendsceping T.V sntinnaII100 ; dining ,room hall and one bedroom bor leads to the Gulf. e \U mile on water, ..c... bnfore March 11.1 A D. >f4.
Ed 4123.. IItOtf Terms See th,t Mobiif,' Completely aircondition, to Quit can by |eep.
I highway frontage Wrl.e un.o= Herein fall not or decree eve awnv
29-Professienal Service I Home todeyl I at Lake Kelly, Refer Sabelle;; 1101* S Ked pd and heated disposal dish II.000 Each all cashPhnna Beautiful 1 Sill perecre tense will alnst you
SMALL MOTEL.APTS.-NEAR Q H. LUFF 421 WIt St No: us As... Clliu. 111111010 00455. masher Paved driveway, to carport Terms CARIBBEAN for the ,IIj pi't bill ef
N'CIc..n.d MI
Midway 2 Z270 and storage room Midway S nil REALTY. 1710 N. Trail,
EVERYTHING Return prepared *15500 complaint
BEACH HAS Income Tax
Lawn aoddeiand tie
OWNER BUILDING ARGER by Max Weston former tex "1611. in porch Ph Clears's lot 11 ISO 0" wide J 2 llll The nature of said sail being for
IN River :Tax partially landscaped rsntdsn Iho.... Full price LOT with a* divorce
MOTEL. EXCELLENT consultant for Little 2-i ft. Palace House Trailer MI 1110. after I No brok easel WATERFRONT
COMB. Ml 27121 Serv,ce of Miami Call Midway. Modern. sleep four. 1700 Ml 54-Tr.de or Sell "I.... pm. 11iO ,Ion dn 140 per mo0St cast te Bay A corner $!131 aII WITNESS mv hand and the seal
Z/ZOtfath Z 2270 for appointment Stewart Z 1417. tIll !! -TANKtT'I'tANDlN- with city water availableahortly nf sail Court at Naples Florida this
Real Estate Off,ce. 421 tthSt waterfront x 110 lots on St ".. 111Thomason Pine trees good neigh', IllS day of February A D IIMMARGARET
No. afternoon or evening Maple* Bowling Stock lor acre An exciting new Drive, East Naples. bors. close to town 12.000 with, T SCOTT
Wanted U&4 Titan Z bedroom 1H bath ate Lota Mortgage ate. QH Co-op on Chesapeake Ave. UOO.. 110 dn |IO per mo, 1200 down and |21 monthly Clerk Circuit Court
12-Help PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Been used I month. Waterfront LUFF; R. E. Broker: 421tth i' Oyster Bay) From $lSOt to Owner Ml 2.MM 2/2lws RUTH ANDERSON Broker (CLERK SEAL)

Notary Ruth Anderson Real lot. Inspect after I P M. Lot II. No, Midway I 122)1 $".000. See It. today) or hour call A n.ce. h,gh LOT in Nepfe* Opposite, courthouse on I. Trail I" INEZ MAGILL
Need qualified aele Help to Ettoto Office oppos,t Courthouse 113 Pier C Naples Lend Yacht Lovely: Pine Ridg I.bednaom Burton Bro*. Z ZI2I After 3/Hf P arhnaar Vanderbilt Drive Ml 7 2114 or Ml 7 3117 eputy) Clerk
assIst In keeping abreast of the on E Trail Ml Z 2414 or Harbor 3/5.10.11 Howe. will exchange for downtown 2 3374 Has well on p..ml") Owner is I/IUt. SHEPPARO 4 ANDERSON
many opportunities presenting, Ml ,.3161 l/IStfs Home 121 Contact Q.H 6PTWOR INSPECTION' Z very ,ill. will, ..II for 1/10 Cash It Attorney for plaintiff
themselves. Must be creetlve. LUFF, R. ro.I Oil 4 3 BR home on I IIIh AveSo See This! CARIBBEAN REAL 7t Acres welerfront. over. P O Box 1910, Ft Myar Fl*.
Long hour, -l3iop".r..T j 45-Trailers For Rent tth St.. No. Midway Z 2271 between Ith 4 Silt Sts IV. 3710 No Tamiaiml. Trail mile on water. .ee... to Gull Mar IS. II. 22 MM <12
MsBrtda Realtor' StMAN 33-Sofvites! Offered priced from 114100 to 117100 1 Midway 2 1150. can show by leep. Beeutltul
5 3/11' TI.r, for r.S".c..1. lowrates AIRPLANE WILLIAM B STONE INC round 1412 per Acre, TarrnsSAAIIEAN
WANTED to manage and' I to r.Iirses and 0" nuomefolks. ltd Beech Debonalra Low Builder PORT ROYAL Lot 122, Galleon REALTY. 3710 NOTICE' OF RECEIVERS SALEIN .
operate a retail' Watkins RouteIn RUBBER STAMPS that Tra,ler spece IS 00 per time. Full radio penal Trade 18 Tenth St._No Ml' 1.I1U Drive, For Sale I or TredeWrite : No. Treil Midway ZIIHHere THE COURT UNITED FOR STATES THE MIDDLE DISTRICT

tItle' area Would consider make I'food impreinon week. Fishing docking pnviage for business or acraaie Reply' House consists oTiwe'kMlraamt G J. Herbert 2120 Post Is en opportunity lo o.ri DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
old). EarnIngs Ben 1122 Naplae I/Ml IN baths Living room. Dining Road D.,..". Conn of the
:lady 40 to U year Any ii:.. Quick terriee 1 an entire island' in one TAMPA DIVISION
of I12S par weak from room kitchen plenty ef cab most sought after areas of the SECURITIES AND
the wary beginning For person. Collier County NEWS. ROCK CREEK nets Family room (lair CusdI. Northern Hemisphere LocaleS, EXCHANGE COMMISSION.
ai Interview In your home. TRAILER: PARK SS-Store Office Florida room. storage closet lusl three miles from NorthernCleuthers PlaintiffINSURED
write M,. McGarlty P. O Bon SEA WALLS ''I Rear of Airport with washer 4 elec weter heel In the Bahama le ",.
627 Willlston, Florida. 3244 .r. carport with storaee closet 59AcreageI lands, this Island' I I. surroundedby MORTGAGE AND'

.i/3,3t CONCRETE WOOD ROC" Office Space, 12 I It ft. For CBS arid Terrace conolruclo"- Hausi Terragia Is at protective reef thus affording TITLE CORPORATION.SUNNILAND .

Small motor route opening soon 47-TralUr lots For Sale ::;t"Y' IJS.: per me Coast floors. al.ctrs wail.. hUI.r. Acre Tract on black lop reed lul bathing one ef beachea the most and beaut her DEVELOPMENT OF fLORIDA.
Can be handled by) car. Call or mo Foundation Piles tth Ava to Electric rang* and refne In t 21 with Terms CARIB bars known This Island has its Hie. FINANCE

torbika Bond required at the COLLIER piae tad e Kelly attractive, Mobile eluded Th. Lot I Is 70 X ISO AN REALTY. 1710 N. Tarn own Irash water supply and CORPORATION: Florida,
Mr Hermenton NEWS. Docks-Mooring Whip Home t,te. lendsceped well and complete with, sprinkler 105'lam. lam Trail' Midway 7 till would be deal for an exclusive and H. C
COUNTY pump .ptIC tank. fence en Store building, '0' 5 10' located .. Irses and shrubs klusbbe "/let Is w resort development Price corporations CORRIGAN,'
SAGEN Automatic drydocki one aide must be seen to be apprecieted on tth Avenue 1207 per, mo see's to b. aarecaIed 112100000 1/iai DefendentaNotice

13-tielp Want. Female 12071 Q H LUFF. Call Wesley Downing Realtor Location, few blocks from Five acre reds I piles from W Roy Smith Realtor I is hereby given that CharlesH
ABBOTT inc R E Broker 421 tth Si Ne Ml 22IJ9 _2/l2wtlf beech et 4V 3rd Awe Ne' city limit' H.gh and d lr.1I.land ill llh Ave So MI' JI5III Rose. as Receiver of Sunniland
: counter ondd.cl..nl" Tern I Tumami ...,1 Stir" For Rent under 119000 Phone Ml J 4414 read to each tract per 4 1065Can. Development Corporation ol Florida

Girl to p.rlorm dutie Apply tn lltdio Road SPARKS. Commercial 0' P'o.o".1lor We have complete I "ii record acre Marlowa and Back Real at 12: 00 o clock noon, on the
See O MLuff to... UJ 61h Ave 10 MI I I 1721 I will sell
at Pratharl Laundry Zt042 Z4313 I 4471 IllS per mo on all lands .eI'U' n thiS lath day of March lObS
person f R E B'Oker 121 9thSi paper See us for totr abstracta 2/10.1115 Real Estate for cash the m.rt..rt4 note ...
._ VIC'S SHOE REPAIR Com No Mldwa. 7 22'0 Title Co of Naples I cured thereby described In aid. ReStiver's .
Waitre Apply In pron etLiggett plate S4ioa Service Dyeing and I bdrm I bath home '''' from II Acres on Slate Highway, Petition filed in this causaal .
Reiall Naplt 5iop.pIng refun.hur'g., ItS Sth Ave So GROW FIRES beach Central heating, and air. SMI IM ft read frontaie In MOTELS 4 APTS public sale held et the west front

Canter, i/Mhf* MA_ ___-___.u.__.__---_ -. Corner stouter rant SIN Ave condo Marlowe and Beck Realtor ,. Section 21. Township 41 South. 10.Unit motel.. pies specious door of the United, States Post Of
.- So at Ith St So 2 400 eg ft. *. 417 tth Ave So Ml Z 1221 Mange 21 E Only 512.500 mill owner* apt fire Building. 100 Florida Avenue
CLASSIFiED DISMAYWANTED will divide, 4 decorate toauit 3OtIttIAttractive geexf terms Best Buy CARIBbEAN SUms motel, pIes' 1 apt. 4 Tampa. Hillsborough County Florlda
1Read the Want Ads tenant Gulf Realty MlI home. 4Uth" Ave. .REALTY: 3150.... TamS owner quarters. said mortgage and note of Indebtednes
i/J3tte llv secured thereby are do
4110 IM lemiTreil_ _Mldwa' tilt I apartment. plus owner *
So 3 bdrms 2 bath*. lot Ing quartara Bribed a* follows:
0 100 on canal with covered 2" Acre Camp 1.1. "U C"'MIZ 4 Unit: motal i. plus Z bedroom Mertgaga e.ecuted by Homer 1.
.. beet slip Priced very reasonable II..cr... I mile from GoldariGale. Z bath home O Neel and Carol P 0'Neal. his
: CLASSIFIED DISMAY 37-Houses For Site Call Oxford I 3143 or I mile north Dt proposed Duplex, furnished Centrally wife, end B. F Poole and Edrica
OASSintD DISMAY write L 0. Glaason 111 Meeen Ft Lauderdale reed lit. CASH. locU.d. Paolo. his wife dated July Zlmo .

9 Bedroom i I I""t ball. Homealed na Drive ft. Myare) Fl*. Absolutely. the finest investment FOR FURTHER recorded In O. R. 73 page

", ,n The Mooring* Carpel II J.It _ _ speculation m Colder' County INFORMATION lit of the Public, Record of Col
Lot Keywadin ."g throughout I".vi"| room "1s'i'bdrm: furnished house today, Q tILIV" R E. Broker Contact: her County. Florid, to SunnilandDevelopment .
lit No I of FlorIda
e.0 "g room Sails'" sad on. led I.* bath. beautiful" fireplace Midway LuciNe Otis Leah Brown Corporation
oom C.npi.teiy ,,'e"'lo".d sCreened patio utility rm. Car 7 2270 upon the following piece or
and heated Siiioill ...h 'on. 'UI'uIlY F,>, t,4,1. or homeerte over Virgil. Marcum Bob Jaeger parcel of land situate and beingm
Island or washer h.d" eIn 10 Civ U ,.iije landscapedat I 'crc tracts Jsh acre S atre Collier County. Florida' tewitBeginn :
MNTAL SPECJMMeVern port and stera|. room Nand .. .escveened tracts with electricity and DEWEY POLLY ,r._ at the Northwest corner
of the
of the Southwest Quarter
Lawn .O'h'
DO" roads Other trerts
big acreage
water front part.ai', 'aildaciCad Pb 58-Lots For Sale I/O dn |70 per mo ana up REALTY Southeast Quarter of Section Eest 30
MI ll0O aen fl.t t "m No bros C-.,,ler, County Reel Estate Ml Tewnah 41 South Range 2t
ke'utifulfy for> glut 2 ill) Open Sunday tt tth St N. run thence East along the
C beefrMftt of
>- e> line of said SW\* of the
acreage. A nice h,gh LOT in Naples. 2/ IMfwtheacre Ml Z431I Section 30 a distance of 792 feet
nishee) apartiTMnf *n l>e>achv *'!*"!* cLASSIFiED DISPlAYMI1oweT Park. near Vandeibilt Drive > tract n.oo." and te e point' which, I I. the Point of

Ha* well on premise Owner tovery U 00 per mo no interest |IMOn Begnnm* of the tract hereinconveyed
Also interestedin iflH tlM HI. will sell for f7M cask. mile from Gofden Oats CALL TUB NEWS FOR .' run thence South 440

See Thai' CARIBBEAN' REALTY I.t ty Collier. County Neel I... RUBBER STAMPS feet to e point run thence East
2710 No Temieimi, Trail tale Ml Z i.e* Open Sunday 112 feet to a point run thence
purchasingfrom Midway 71151 /llifwths North 440 feet to e point' run

.it a __ thence West 132 feet to the Point
.. ; of Beginning' containing Z acre*.
\ more or lessTogether .
owner \ with the note or oblige
IlnAIICI1IGYI1iSJ tion described In said mortgage
-- LOSS Services Offered Services Offered Services Offered and the money due and to ....
CooperativeApartment come due thereon In the principalsum .
of II 200 00

A. t.SOO ..of.... spwlattjdnig.e4, eetraioed '..... NU WAY: IIRAr..IOCklprf ': Rip-Rap Seawalls Said, tale being made pursuant to.
$1 ."AetieMeT menrs.aackwa .,.....'IC. Pai'sl .g RENTALS Ia an Order entered In the above entitled

rramat, ,....- gravel r'T'I'M'ru'l. I and Rock Groins causa by United Steles District
FREE Liissad "oll..y 4 Baby loch Judge William' J. Barker
S I Cal awrbee/..... i'sured Art SchulIlPis's" Polbd I Iwey : Screened C"II HI Chairs" Creosote seawalla decbs. Any further inquiries regardingsaid
addressed to
7 0304. I piers and groins I mortgage may be
The -- -- St.oll. Porte Cribs the Receiver at the eddrass below.
Hilhouse Co.
Telephone, ;; answering aervick \tTARATHON I './ CHARLES H. ROSS.
Reply to also small oftice, with, sign end other seeds far u".p..d aa Receiver of SunnilandDevelopment
IIIIG Starage I lot, I.ef space arid raceptionist' service Imt Corporation of
.iI Airport an III.... AdMl Cell 2 4)55. DREDGING CO Florida 30Z Stovell

Box 1737-XX 4le, Delivery 4 "pigk.sp service Professional BM..
: Dredgs
: Dr'lrllne
v-,. SHOE REPAle'n: ;; Tampa Florida

S.d pets Shoe Service Dyeing, cod THE HILHOUSP co. and Dozier Work /51 M IMACKLBFORD, JR.
Collier County .......... ... refinishing. In SIN A"... So.Naples. Road Attorney!! for Receiver
AIrport MI Z.U2S
Li : ; Pad a Road M'' 2 4101 >07 ovl> Prof BIdg..

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SmxUj. March 8, 196

Lloyd Hill Calls

For Fun-For-AH 100th

Dancing GroupThe

dance group learned the White -
Silver Sands dance last Thurs.
day evening, to the calling of ,
Lloyd Hill of Naples.
This Is ,..m.II Jie ever
popular mixers, a couples danceIn ,f o 1
which the ladles dance In
turn with each of the men.
In addition, the club prac.
tlced a number of figures featurlng .
the Wheel and Deal move.
ment, and became quite proflc.
lent at It.Among.
those present were WtiN oii
My ;{
John, and Mary Krushevsky, *
Peter and Bertha Farewell,
Elwln Grinnell and Ruth Smith,
Al and Marie Weiss, Fred and
Vesta Ru/ener, Bob and Laura i
Siena Gilbert and Effle Newton, ...... I
and Harold and Ethel Helmback. i
The Fun.lor.All group meets % J
each Thursday In the Shuffler' /!
Half Naples Federal Savings :
Building, from 8 to 10:30 p.m. '
While It Is no longer open to O erOtO ;
beginners, the group welcomes V p rrr 1
those who have had some exper. _
lence square dan lnlt. It ts plan. _
ned for those who do not wantto ___
dance at the faster pace of / ;;;
most square dance clubs. (
For beginners, Hill Is star
hue a class Monday evening In kb1 QUICK-FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER
the Girl Scout House In Cam. .
bier park, and will welcome
both those who want to learn
from the beginning, as well as j LAMBOAST
dairy specials .
those who want to brush up on EFFECTIVE ,
the basic patterns.Toastmasters.
Borden's Toity MON..TUE.-WED. i

Hear ContendersIn Will CREAM CHEESE MARCH 910.11, [i. R

Speech Contest 'pV":. 29* 1964 .
Contenders for the 4-H Club'' .
county public speaking contest
will speak-Tuesday nlghTat the Betty Crocker Buttermilk' t
regular dinner meeting at 6:30 QUICK-FROZEN LEAN SHOULDER C
o'clock of the Naples Toastmas. BISCUITS lb. 2 9
ters Club at the Naples Elks
They are Harry Comacho, 14. 6reg. 49 ;
of Goodland, Naples High School :
student, and Ronnie Wilson, IS, '{
of Irnmokalee High School. Win.
net of the county contest will '
speak at the district contest at frozen foods. lb. 39 '
Camp Cloverleaf on March 21
and the district winner will par.
tlclpate In the state contest at Birds Eye Frozen +I.
Gainesville In May. Swift's Premium Pure
Gabe Luff will be master eva. POTATO PUFFS I
luator, assisted by Max A. Wes. D Beef lb. S9cJffl i:II
ton and Cliff Wenzel, at Tues. $' an.1fS. KELLOGG'S
day night's! meeting. The Invo. 58-ox.. 14Morton'
cation will be given by George Swift's Premium Brauntchweiger

duce Vega.while the Ted A. P.members Thorward Ayers and will will guests assign Intro. Porkerhouse or D San'kh Chubs 2 :pkg.69c k COR N II

the table topics. Bruce Mumm Cl overleafRolls .
'will serve as timer with Rhys

John Beatty The Lovett nominating acting, as as grammarian wizard committee' of ahs.will and 24-ct.pkg.: 29 down produce IcittcNORTH ,4 F L A K E 5

give a report of the slate of I
officers for the coming year
during the business session.Earl l! CAROLINA .
G. Hodges will preside during the 50

business will be toastmaster session. Vince of the Conboy even. i Green Stamps Yams..lb. 10 C 8-os. 1 Oc

.. .
Ine. v4 t t t ,o s.rwdeN eF ; pkg
Swlft'i Premium Cooked erBoko4
or SLICED CHICKEN ,... ..... .- \
-> 0 -
6. pkf. 69e 10- ; !$ ..;r' rq.--'r
I Lift t AlII'' (...1..* W:., March II, Q..QJJ..oS' ;''; \'it' .wJ--.- _!fl -. ,:..-, ._1>1 ot"k: ,-- -_. -jt! tJfl; LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH
00000000000000 PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE

AtSorted Flavors .

O VUU enIXTRA FREE vuu.O\1r ...O Jello 2 '.r 37t r.dpOreen .

I :
=> (
By Vivian Off 2 *l*.,le..... Hunt's TangyTomato

=> LISTERINE 303 '
stampJ '
It was Aristotle ..no __ 2 gt. pkgi. Juice
aid: "Six hours of sleep .. w.... M....
for a man, seven for a 3rM Conned Luncheon MeatSwift's I IIIOIDIt.lt.A
woman and eight for at tt4
fool." Actually the aver. Prem. ': :.. J9c
I Iw
age tack time for adults 50 REGULAR 33c SIZETIDE
li,.about 7'/i hours. '
F&P Flavor i'Perfect
During sleep your heart Green Stamps 303
e 4*Stls OWOM oW owdtMo oilJOHNSON'S SlkedBeets. We
lows, blood
pressure I Io
drops and blood vessels COTTON BUDS gj can

dilate... However, stomach 88-ct. pkg. 59c Swift's Canned
and intestines continue tounction. (a..IrM WMI4 Mare 11 tags ,,,

: OQQQQQQ.Q.QIO.OIOMOFJttl Corned Beef 1 on'. 3ft 33c

Sleep is deepest during: 19
the first two hours or so, SO+ O ltRTAAIDSO size
but doein't become .progreiilvely FI.M Yub nInstant j
shallower toward Green Stamps Coffee .,: $109Chtf

morning. In fact,' i ...._... ...,......... ;
we tend to rise from a FREEMa WAX Boy- r-t> a LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH
deep early sleep to ali&hter pint con 69c Spaghetti & Meat Balls"/:: 29- !eqy PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE
snooze and then .
''n.I.. ... m.rth II IM4) r"'i
drift down to Choi BayorDoeRavioli
heavy sleep .
araln. I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO . . . . . .1 toe ee 29IS w

to the old belief Chef

ii not, sleep necessarily before midnight.morebeneficial O nrXlXTRA'"X"XS I 0 . . .. . .c.'sue".. 27-

than sleep after Jftl Green Stamps M..II.,'. Fem... LobolVermicelli WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE .o
the witching hour. It "' .STuWiERRY, ..rRESlRVES . . .? 2 pk"ea. 27- ree0
seems that sleep Is sleep SCHIMMU 0
no matter when you can 3 12-ox. ion $1 Eoiy to Use t Seer Podi by o

get It.Are. '...I'.W..Mu..U..M4) BrilloWooobury . . . . ,. . .Ie also'' 27- 0 STORE HOURS

you sleeping in the Both Sno 1 Mon. Thurs.

belt house for the you money could! How procure Toilet Soap . . .2 25- R 8:30 6:30.:

many times people .kid soJfli RREXTRa UUlf()( Coiro Boouty Kosher I I Friday ,,

themselves they've made Into a believing smart Green Stamps Dill Pickles . . .. .?;Ie'.... 33- M A R K E T S f 8:30 SaturdayPeanut 9:00

deal only to awaken e4t1/.Is.weN..dewol..eM l Coiro Beeury Smooth
to irreparable truths later All Flavor Royal Instant Puddings 12es.a.IrM 8,30.7.00
< much too late. Let 4 rag pkgs. sac Butter . .. .. I.' 33 0 :
a repreienUtive. from W,d.? MUrcT, 11, IM4)mmsmmsm HeuitkaU BleockClorox I,

VIVIAN TOR, 824 Fifth OGG, Ave REAL-, So. \ fBTfI . . . . . ..;..f.39 .Is

guide you they know
their business and that is

to ment.protect. Just call your MI Invest 2-4749 b & m b & m scott scott scott gerber's strained

Sales and ,wt'll Rentals\ do the and reit.In- baked beans brown bread paper cups paper cups place-mats baby foods 1 1I

vestmem<. 11.... re,. .. 7.... ct. '
39 10 99'l.
25 25- n'
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When You Boost Library9 Japan On Top Q.t t NtUJS f

omer ;
Of World NowIndustrially
You Tickle Mrs. Mosteller

SECTION B Sunday, March 8, 196-1
BY VICTORINE MURPHYThe 1rs. Mosteller recalled that
T sports facilities are springingup Device Reveals
she with her i
frequently met
current $110,000 driveto everywhere The Japaneselive
build a new library In the I"I neighbor, the late Rose Cleve- KITA KYUSHU, Japan (AP) better than at any time In Peaceful Uses Of
city evokes nostalgic memoriesof lat s, a sister of President -The song at the top of Japan'shit their history.
yesteryear .. 51 years to j jrover Cleveland, over a cup parade last year, this year The Japan of 1964 Is one of Hydrogen FusionIn

be exact .. when Mrs. Ethel of tea. Fifty years ago, residents and probably for years to comeIs stunning contrasts. a small-scale laboratory ex.p .
afraid of burglars of Its lively, industrious peopleare
were never composed the-
Mosteller was Naples' first librarian rlment In Oak Ridge, Term., .
heading an "unoffic she said, their only worries rhythms of trip hammers, rlv. among the most literate on scientists nave Cevised a f5-toot .
9I n to avoid struckon eting machines and booming earth, read more newspapersand
the being long device which demonstratesthe
ial" library In Mosteller'sbeach blast furnaces. magazines than other 4
the head by falling coconuts. any possibility of turning Into
front home just north of race and rank third behind the
I IL These sounds are sweet musicto ,
"Naples was a remote placeIn peaceful uses the energy of hy.
the pier. the 96 million Inhabitants ofa United States and Britain In the ,
F 1H13: and Is still one of the drogen fusion-the same energy r
old-timers here nation which 19 number of television sets they
Many living quietest places In the world." years ago that explodes megaton bombs- "
and visiting Naples during the faced a bleak future from atop own. science editor, reports the de. e
winter season still recall hand i said Naples' former "lib the rubble heap of war It Is a youthful race, current. vice, the DCX.2, "had opened ,
h some Ethel Mosteller presidingas I ra ria no" Nowhere In this restless Is. ly excited by the coming Olym. up the huge world of thermonu. :
.fi land pic Games In Tokyo and ale
librarian at" Mandalay" and 2 nation does the Industrial clear power. It lad created
anvil chorus jangle more noteflyand most hedonistic In Its pursuit of
of Lockheed Unveils hotter hydrogen atoms- lx bll.
graciously lending scores
from in
discordantly 4han In pleasure, gambling "pa.
lion degrees In dens
friends greater !
books to and
neighbors 2,000 MPH Plane this city of more than a million chlnko" pinball parlors to gay ties and for longer times than
the old
guests at Naples Hotel. people, which did not exist a weekends in lovely hot spring other manmade device out.
Mrs. Mosteller, who makes SAUGUS Calif. AP>-Lock. resorts. any t
( year ago but now Is the sixth side of a bomb." ,
her winter home now In Dr. heed Aircraft Corp. has unveiled largest In the country. The postwar generation seemsto A scientist at the Oak Ridge r
Ferdinand C. Lee's guest houseat a model of a 2,000-mlle Japan now ranks fourth have shed militarism and re. National Laboratory is quoted
40 14th Avenue, South, firm- an.hour plane It calls the fastest among Industrial nations, doesa placed it with a broad streak of as saying: "That means we can 'i
believes that t modern well entry in the competition to de* multibllllon.dollar foreign idealism and humanitarianism l
ly go all the way. All we have to
equipped library building will sign a U.S. supersonic trans trade, leads all others In ship. do Is solve the engineering."

r be an Important factor in''mak- port.The needle.nosed model was building, expects to be third In MORE THAN FIAt R OPriORIOfVS "All the way," the story con.
steel production alter the Unit
-I.''ing life more charming and TOURISTS WILL tlnues, in essence means pump.
wind tunnel tests
put ed States and the Soviet Union
RETURN FOR tog hydrogen into end of
interesting for Neapolitans In for newsmen Wednesday at this year, ANOTHER VISIT' one a
machine and extracting useful
the years to come" Lockheed's Rye Canyon research The gross national product- from the other.
How did the ground work for center. energy s
the total worth of all goods and The story notes
Naples' first library In 1913 Designers say the craft, services outstrips all other na. that a controlled thermonuclear f
all come about? The establishment which has double delta wings, tlons In Its phenomenal yearly GREET reaction uses cheap fuel) A
of the library was due to could carry 218 passengers and growth Prime Minister Hayato pound of the special hydrogen
a chain of events that began In Mrs. Ethel Mosteller and favorite pastime fly up to 80,000 feet Ikeda has vowed to double the 7716,44WTI called deuterium costs less than

Newark, Ohio, when the Ladles' national Income by 1970 A $10 and yields 40 million kilo.
tical Illusion -- It Is real and "The sky must be cloudlessand although I watch for it every Tin sra otter had virtually din New roads, buildings, rail l watt hours of
Circulating Library which occupied the Scientific American had an atmospheric conditions night. It Is a beautiful and eerie appeared by 1911 when II was ways, airports, schools, muse. ,StfLJeo"UI : Furthermore electricity., Ubell points out I
a room the
at Court
explanation for It In an article right. I have seen the green sight and Is visible just as the finalK\ given, protcition under an urns, automobiles, coffee shops, the isotope deuterium
House In that closed Its a. ew ttlultWuaMwe comes I
doors and Mrs.city Mosteller about 15 years ago. flash just once this year sun sinks on the horizon." intenwUlntul.. treaty." '. bars, cabarets, hotels and rastwnsI from the sea.ITS I

bought many of the books for
ten cents each.
Mrs. Mosteller and her husband -

Fred, who In 1913 was ... _. J.J
secretary of the Naples Improvement -

books shipped Company to Fort Myers, had and the '";

then transported by sailing ves-
sel to Naples where they were 4 I 1

unloaded"Everything at the old came Naples by pier.boatIn \ 7'I I I IIIJULL1

those days," said Mrs. Mos-
teller recalling the days when I II I
Naples was little more than a II

fishing village "Callln Williams I

gardener at the Naples
Hotel brought the books by I
wheelbarrow to our home on I
the beach," she said.
After a number oft trips from

the pier to our house, I heard I

t" him say a few swear words,
!' 'I I never knew there were so ,
many books In the world'." : ;
Continuing her recollectionsshe -- I
said .
( "In 1913 the Naples lmprovementCompanywasorgan-- IASuJlI : .

ized to purchase and develop '
Naples property, Including the i: .

Naples 'Hotel, from the W.B. .. .... ..t''l
of Louis ul 'r l41
Haldeman family
J "" .," '-4t. \. .." \
with the Halde- ..
ville, Kentucky, "" 1':
mans retaining their own home
"Ed Crayton of Columbus, \<' I
g Ohio, was president ofthecom-
I pany and my husband was secretary -
At that time, in our home

city Newark,Ohio,the Ladies
Circulating Library, was located -
in a room on the first

I floor of the court house, rent ,
free and no salaries for workers I

a + "'Kxx1, II
"Revenue came from renting aK aK .i I iq
old books at five cents and new ,

ones at ten cents. In 1913,
Newark established a public
library and the Ladies' library -
closed Its doors .. or
door. It was then that I .n..r
pur- yp.- .......- .. Mth./G
chased the books and had them

,, i, .. "", ,. ,, .. '
shipped here. ,,.MA. i... W .ala.R 7! J n..r. : .v..w

"Everyone BOOKS WELCOME In those days was THE SAME HOUSE

interested In entertaining the
guests at the Naples Hotel and
since there were frequent nor'

westers, books were very wel- No Kidding every one of the pictures shown above Is of the new 3-bedrooni. 2-bath Carmr In Hutrii- .--
So 1 Invited i"l
come.come and borrow, our guests books. to It berg ](ones. !Hard to believe, isn't it? You wonder how a single home can be changed in appearance .o much .'

was really Naples' first lend each different and distinctive each with its own appeal. But ft', true and it's the result of careful planning by the -- r -...

ing library Rutenberg architectural design experts typical of the extra care and exacting quality that goer 'into every tl

"We left Naples in 1922 but Rutenberg Home, regardless of size, price or where it Is hullt.'by.do -
my sister, Mrs. Frank Webb, ; BEDROOM !
and I came back In 1950 and \\ Hutenberg! Homes offer this choice In home styling1'e; think it is ;just 1 good business/ we know that one SCREEN 24'0', Ira'PORCH 1710" a rrs'
have been coming ever since. exterior design cannot please e\er'one and! rte want to please you. We want In gi\e you the widest possible

It has been wonderful to see choice in your new home design, inside and out Every Rutenbcrjj Home offers this same fI'xibility.11Y compromise CL /I ATH
In the here '
Interestgrow library ,
because the friendliest and nic- when-you can be distinctive? Especially when the price ft I the same. That's right there is no extra: clurne( f lei, 11

est place in any city Is a library for any one of the exterior designs shown above. BEDROOM UTILITYSee

Mrs.." Mosteller recalled that one you like? Fine Drive out to the Rutenberg Model homes today and see for yourself !how sour I !"'0" 3 "'0" LIVING ur DINING, isa" ROOM

when she was "librarian" 51 new Rutenberg Home can be adapted to fit you exactly. A Riitenhcrg Home Counselor will be happy)' to

years ago golf and fishing were show you all the new models. Furnished model homes are open every day for lour convenience.Hutenberg CL I
the principal pastimes. nine- 1 '
hole golf course was then loca- Homes are priced from 11,750 17,990 The Carmel shown above can be yours for 14,990 "'" :; "l! U ENTRY KITCHEN GARAGJ

ted on the present site of Cam- lour lot anywhere in the Naples area. BATH e C Tw, I Ins" a nrJ
If bier Park, she said Membership m

If' fees were $20 a year, she > + il
; lal
states, and wild turkeys were
fair game for anyone with a gun. BEDROOM 2la's"
Hen turkeys sold for $1.00 ,' ICI' CL

s each and toms were 150. HOW TO GET t

Rates at the Naples Hotel were TO THE FOUR FURNISHED: MODELS : -w .j"
,. .
$3.00 dally per person or $18 ,
to $25 weekly,according to Mrs a

r Mosteller's recollection. +k

"There CERTAIN b something FEELING about North in Naples on U.S. Route 41 at corner ot Banydr ,t ;jj:,.,'
and Tamiami Trail Coquina Sands subdivision Watch All now plan' one dcxani topyrighr I tilby ,
that des-
Naples no one can t rot ",,,..,bet'Con'IrIlC'C., Mar
, cribe," she said. "You have for Rutenberg Homes signs from Highway. ',,4, ; in *.. '.-* ,N..;.! ." ,

\ to have a feel for It. Thingsthat a i :., : ... .-
were here when It was a "
little village are still here for '

people who want to seek them

out. 1 am referring to the 1 I
weather, the beach, the water ";" ( +
l and of course, the wonderful f1

,:I, sunsets. People here are even
privileged to see that famed
incandescent green flash just

as the sun goes down NaplesIs
one of the few places I have

ever seen It. k is not an op- .
Ras .

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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 8, 1961 Baptists Plan e .i5, '
a rr
strong vote in favor of the ven. Family Nteht .r i,
lure r ,a ,'
Spotlight In The $3 tickets may be sold Supper Mar. 18 r
only at the state's three race '"
tracks and In state liquor storesIn The Naples First Baptist : : '
communities that approvethe Church has announced that anew r, '' .A'r dt. t N'
N.H. PrimaryOn t r ,' y+u,
referendum. Although the tiled Fundamentals ?
unit study,ent trlttt.
,, ,?'tJi ,;
vote will be state.wlde, the re. of the Faith," will 'r r M 1t ,),.
suits will be applicable only In be presented In Training Union Yi
Lottery the 42 communities that have starting today and running for .
liquor stores or race tracks ,
12 weeks.
First running of the sweeps I ,
CONCORD, N.H. (AP-A po. will be next Sept. 12 at Rocking Mrs. Elizabeth Gay will pre s' ,;,, J4 1r
lltlcal moral debate rages In ham Park. New Hampshire sent the program and materials ip /
New Hampshire this week. It hopes to reap $4 million and for the next four weete.
Concerns the New Hampshire distribute the money to schools. The Training Union In recent
Sweepstakes, the nation's only The prizes will be $100,000for weeks has proved' Immensely a
state sanctioned, state promo persons holding tickets on the popular," a spokesman said, ? ;
ted lottery. winning horse, $50,000 tor the and It Is hoped It will spreadto I Ia
Many observers believe more second place winners, and $23: ,. an ever Increasing numberof n 4
people are steamed up about 000 tor third.Depending. our people."
the sweepstakes than about can. upon the mumberof
dldates In the tlrst.In-the.nadon tickets sold, hundreds of other !It was announced the next .. .
presidential preference primary. prizes totaling thousands of family night supper will be held .., ,,
When the voters enter poll dollars will go to persons hold. Wednesday evening. March 18
Inj places Tuesday, they'll be Ing tickets on the also -rans, and The theme for the occasion will
riven a ballot with a local op. on every other horse nominatedfor be "everybody's Birthday
tlon question on whether they the racPProtect Party." Participants born lathe
want sweepstakes tickets sold Mohol Is a multimil same month will be seated
In their towns. lion-dollar attempt to reach, tor together ar Individual tables
Even opponents of the sweeps
the first time, the underlying
concede It will probably be CALL THE NEWS FOR
passed by a wide martin. Gov. strata of the earth known as the RUBBER STAMPS
John W. King has urged a mantle
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Quality! AT ITS FINESTHere's Naples most beautiful homes Meticulously de x t *"'""

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by Salley, %;,
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home is being sold complete, except for personal

A beautiful three bedroom, 2 bath rustic, yet belongings. For those seeking the very finest, here r ,
is an opportunity to purchase, at well below the "
contemporary with central air-conditioning and actual cost of duplication. Some of the features s

include: 3 bedroms, 3 baths, living room with '" ,, w '
heating, paneled living area, scrumptuous land- separate dining area, full carpeting throughout liv a iMi ,..,,

scaping and a large double carport. ing area, complete electric kitchen, separate laundry "' ?
with washer & dryer, covered porch opening onto +' '
screened lanai, free form filtered swimming pool r a '
It ideally faces North overlooking the new Moorings with fountain, fully automatic underground sprink '

Golf Course. A covered terrace offers Indoor-outdoor I ler system. For additional information on this '

living at Its best Due for Completion any day ;; i exceptional home, contact:


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e.j. 630 Fifth Avenue South e ESTABLISHED 1940 .

Phone MI 25159or 8 I Associates: Missie Craig, Donald T. Jones
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BAHAMA CLUB APT. DRASTICALLY REDUCED Lovely home, directly on Ridge Lake, of sprinkler system is rtfady when needed

3 Bedroom Aplrtment. Cypress frame construction This modern This home will be sold for a new low
located on First Floor 2 Bedroom 2 Bath type home has three bedrooms two baths of $29,500 unfurnished except for kitchen price

Completely' FurnlthdPrice < Bahama Club Apartment and central heating. A beautifully landscap appliances Call now for an appointment toed
lot with palms and pines, and a complete see this lovely! home
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, Memberships Available This Week Only ASSOCIATES: Mrs. Colonel Birkau, Magnus Brinkman, Mrs. Peggy Burns,
Mrs. Gudie. Hoffman, Newton Lowe, and Nick Wallingford.
; Headquarters: Bank of Naples
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cipating student receives a addition the awards made Sunday Mirth 8. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3B *"GIs
Merit Scholarship Test Handbook for Merit Program by the National Merit Scholar- Al:

Participants, prepared by ship Corporation, about 175 grant to extend the Merit Lake Park PTA
Science Research Associates, business corporations, foundations Program through 1970 was announced -
-I/o IN SOLITUDE the testing agency. The Handbook colleges, professional In 1962. Meets ThursdayThe
n To Be Given Next SaturdayThe Is designed to help stu- associations, unions, trusts, In the period 1956-63, about
By ROB ROY OZMER dents understand their Indi- and Individuals give scholar- 7500 students have received Lake Park PTA will '
? The hermit of the Ten Thousand Island National Merit Scholar- the amount of individual vidual test results, to make ships through the Merit Pro- Merit Scholarship awards and hold Its next meeting on Thur .
March 12
day, at 8 p.m. at the ,
-- ship Qualifying Test wID beglv- stipends. The stipends are renewable comparisons with scores of high gram. A considerable numberof thousands or other high-scoring Lake Park School. The program '.l
This thing of Just what are ly as in our opinion as to weal. en at the Naples Senior High each year without fur- school students across the other scholarship agencies students have been assisted in "The New Approach To Math.. '
the Important Things Is most th. Our opinion as to the 1m. School at 8 a.m. Saturday, ther testing.A country, and to use this Information utilize the services of NNtSC obtaining financial aid from matlca will be presented and a e ?U
Important.He portance of the social wellbelng, March 14, for approximately student's performance on in making educational In awarding their scholar other sources. film will be shown followed by
who would live effectively the brotherhood of man, the !toodUte..and 65 juniorsE.G. Loweguidance the qualifying test also provideshim and vocational plans. Thus, ships. a question perIod J
fully, happily and even Idea' as to Everglades National park is
serene counselor announced yester- with Information that is Lowe said, students can learn NN&C was established In The nominating committee will
must, quite definitely, make fun, amusement and pleasures. (one of the last sanctuaries in also "
up present the slate of officerstor
his mind on the relative Impor. Our opinions are a dead give day.Students useful In career planning or In more about their educational 1955 through grants from the this Country for.tun rare wading the 1964.65
tance of things. He Mill be obliged away as to Just what sort of who will complete selecting course, In high school strengths and weaknesses Ford Foundation and the Carnegie hint.as ihi w.,,'j the. reJJi&h ments will follow year.the Refresh.
to do a bit of classifying, sort. creatures we are. They reveal secondary school in 1965 and and college, Lowe stated. whether or not they plan to Corporation of New York. grit gnat .hlle, heron, rail and All parents are urged to meeting.attend. t:
ing and selecting to separatethat the kind and quality of our enter college In the same cal- After the test, each parti attend college. An additional Ford Foundation Ralhnule /f'
which is worthwhile from thoughts and, after all, "as a endar year are eligible for ...
those things which are mostly man thinketh, so Is he" so we scholarship conside ration In the l
trivial. Inevitably display or, maybe be. 1964-65 Merit Program. t ;
He must also do a lot of tray our Inner nature, our cha. To receive considerationthestudent j t

culllng-whlch can be agonizing racter and our mental attitude must take the test whenIt j .
to a heroic degree .. since no every time we express an opl. is offered In his school. Participating :
one can be either effective, or nlon or act upon the assump. students pay a fee l

happy, while lugging a lot of tions thereof! of $1.25 on the day of the test. j jx
excessive baggage along with him No matter what work we do;
wherever he goes.It or the clothes we wear j no matter Any Interested student who is .'
seems clear that the most what we choose for food or drink; unable to pay the fee should ,
Important thing is one's opinion the one thing that really countsis consult Lowe, the school counselor i
as to Just what Is Important.Once the kind of thoughts we think I i.
we have learned that slm. Awards In the Merit Pro- ,
pie fact It becomes much easierto Several years ago the leading gram are granted on the basisof
cull out a multitude of tri. merchant here among the Ten Intellectual merit but stu-
vlalltles and, heaven knows, we Thousand Islands decided he must dent financial needs determineed ,.. .. 'I''
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!will: carry along entirely too go away on a sort of buying spreeto r ; .t.I3f!. .....dn a. r.- a4 t4 J +
many tlrvlal ideas no matter replenish his stock in trade.
'how drastically we cull out and Away back during those days over being left In sole chargeof : '
cast away the useless Junk I travel In southwest Florida wasa the biggest merchandise mart J' 1" :; ,; ,: ; ,
slow and painful proposition south of Fort Myers, did a preU ,, .;J..ff.. .. ....
FOR INSTANCE The old gentleman, therefore, ty good Job of tending store and ; ; : lot\,
Let's look a moment or so at planned to be away at least a supplied all the wants of his M L _,.'. \
one concrete example of just couple of weeks since he wantedto customers and collected their 1 ,. tI. I I'to /
how things work out. visit the wholesale marts of cash .. albeit, with quite a lot 41 'Lrd: hw. j.
If we steadfastly hold the opt. both Tampa and Jacksonville He of swagger and strutting. "(', Ry I
nlon that the acquisition of weal. left his youngest son In chargeof One afternoon while trade was ;" :
th Is highly Important then suchan the large general store. His slack, a travelling salesman cal.
opinion Is of great Impor. other sons, being already mar. led. lie was handling a line of
tance. Indeed, it holds the key rled were too busy trying to hardware and represented the V ,')0'"j
to all our actions, to our social earn a living for their familiesby old and honored firm of Knight
attitudes and all our subsequent commercial fishing, plus a & Wall of Tampa, I believe. -
thinking. bit of gulde-servlce wheneverthe Anyway, the drummer was an old. ..' i .I
The same results are to be chance offered. timer in the business and had,
found In all things quite as sure. The young fellow, greatly elate during the years, developed a 't- s'-- ,
lot of understanding.. Ha was 11P
slyly witty d-hd a most com. '
4.'n 4.i 4.
plete knowledge as to the actual
Is.ness of Things .. especiallythe ,i [
Is.ness of business.
Village\ Green Lugging his huge catalogs whist .
were bound In the thickest of {i i
cowhide .. and listing everythingfrom
angle-iron to Zebrawood
Zithers, he clambered up the do.

WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER zen or so steps Into the Island t' A'x3
emporium. Heaving an enormous I
i sigh he popped both the big cata. \ ..)
logs on the nearest counter. ., .}'
A New Community of Cooperative Greatly excited by the unex. _
pected appearance of such an Li t .
Garden Apartments for Adults urbane caller, the young fellow
" dashed up and, In a highly of. t w..v et +
Only Prices Start at
$7,200 flcious tone, asked

"What can I get for you to. ..'
day?" Everything was, he t'
thought, In the best of traditionand 'M4. "
Jo 1/
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED. businesslike manner. 4-. _. _... _' _ax + ..,.ii.&It:; 't.. ;
"Nothing at all, son. Nothingat '
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM all," his visitor said. "Just Residence of Ralph A. Cote, 350 Kings' Town Drive, facing on the water of Morgan's Cove .
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE tell your Dad the hardware man Fred A. Groves residence In background, on Fort Charles Drive, In process of completion. "'
"The 01' man's off on a long
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. trip. He'll be gone a week or An invitation to visit one of the most delightful places to live '
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. so, at least. I'm the whole cheeze
here now'I"

slowly With a and weary painfully sigh the drummer took his in the United States ... Port Royal, Naples, Florida. ,\

heavy burden again and sald.i
/let Waeei /l44
"I guess you ought to men. You will||| see tome of the finest residential architecture In Florida, lush tropical land. 1w.
tlon to your Dad when he gets
RelltorsSALES back that I was sorry to miss coring, with ocean-going boots plying the waterways and docked it the foot of lawns.
him but I'll be back down this
REPRESENTATIVES way In a month or so." And as .
1 Port provided by deed -not conversation.
well-established are
is a ex*
605 5th Ave., South MI 2-2124 an afterthought he added Just .
before descending those high elusive' !residential, community comprisingover i '0(

OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER steps "Maybe you'd better tell 90% of the southernmost two square 13. No property sales are made except in i.
him, also that he's dam' near
outta cheeze." miles of Naples, with 143 families In Naples or to those who have made a personal ''l

residence and many more homes building _'yM, visit to Port Royal and seen us In person. And .\<

this season No promoter's dream of r..,,. no sales' are made to persons other than those ;

UP "what is to be:' who have been accepted for membership in \ '11 j

MOVE TO 2. Work started more than ten yean ago It the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership !r':

was continued without modification of the committee

/ original vision until it became the reality it .it

liVING! is today 14 I The f foregoing are not "rules and regulations"

% COUNTRYCLUB which In any way tend to limit your'
3. More than 6 complete freedom to enjoy the livability which :j
} wind along the beautiful waterways were laid Port Royal offers. They are measures of protection A: ) ,

out and paved exceeding the standards set by 1 Jwdr'ln.ge
ti designed to guard against any encroachment
flUGee& the State for its primary highways. Also proper ,_ ,,- B on your pleasure and anything y:r.

/(1( :: ) was provided for every foot of II or b our Home-port Royal I office t that might I t tend to depreciate your investment, 'f.'

boulevard I Of course, all facilities such as One block sass of Gordon ]Drive,
.4 n
Compatible, congenial neighbors are some. .
Wtd. Naples city water the finest In Florida -
cowttLLtcM.E1t' *. thing that money alone cannot provide.
electricity television property can be members, To them, member. ", \
t telephone, cable etc are
available throughout the area ship is given without charge with the purchase 15. We do not think that we overstate I I the J &,

of their property. f facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the"J r;
4, More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Co. i
finest places to live in the United States. We Ii
conut palms and other exotic trees were moved 10 The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Club are confident that you will agree if fine :

r In to line the boulevards and other land areas is unsurpassed in Florida and equalled perhaps homes, luxurious surroundings congenial ; ..."'1',(
in only a handful of{ America's more
5, Port Royal I properties are not "lots." They neighbors, superb climate, and deep salt I .;...
distinguished restaurants .
are large, interestingly, shaped private estate water at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you. oJ"'W

sites Properties range from one-half acre to 11. Every home .in Port Royal must be designed

several acres in size I by an approved architect and built for We look forward with pleasure to your visit
Club it alIr.ady -
baauttful Country
:built, and 1 1A In play Mf homes in Port or inquiry at our office -
pacially da...ntd for the ere.of 6. Over 95;. of Port Royal properties are on its owner. Though there are Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive One ;i'

L pm.t lockers end. cypr.t.shower end Individual a .. deep, wide oceangoing waterways which Royal which cost several hundred thousand block east of Gordon Drive.

Pro Shop or which pull cartt can tupply awed your you planJiT. with. connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and dollars, it is possible to become resident of ".II ito \

1 890.. vardt TM ct.amp.on.hip,long .A smell, golf rt'laurant sauna .I.d.neck. tir ? E v,. the intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islands Port Royal for. minimum investment of approximately '" .
the j Club Mouse server. light d.lighlful meNe bar ; the south $55,000, including property, residence 1
.. Th.ro it al o t + "
pyerlooMina the Iuahlyandec., A Pad tees 4 f and landscaping Properties range in
cTub 'tY pawa Jwinvn.ng poolourls being added J 7 You literally can dock your boat at the foot price. from from '

to th,t ultra mOdode recreation, eant.r of your ,lawn. even if your boat IS' 90-f foot t'f l
Dn,.nailor the .011.. e a CYDnaa will '
Club Eautn yacht
Country "
Golf end hom.aitn and e limited is provided
off.r over 300 merk.1 12. Every possible protection
on the
1111'amount..sr.r.n being pieced pe"ed. ...c.lI.ntwel.r I ne. 4 8. Port Royals Beach Club is on 425 feet now and for generations to come Only tingle

.. ar., about. Secyr.to ba built your homatitat5r lIom.'I.. t, of white powder sand beach directly on the family dwellings can be built, now or forever j,9 E
NOW t Gulf of Mexico The Club itself is a 'gem- No speculative building is permitted; no cooperative f ,"

like structure without peer on either coast apartments; no commercial buildings u r

Move Up to or anywhere in between" said an eminent of any kind Space required between residences .

Country Club living I journalist It was designed by John Volk of is 60% more than the highest zoning f., t+

See Palm Beach perhaps the foremost architect requirement in Naples No overhead electric : 'L prwa. ;
of and or telephone wires are permitted to cross
Big Cypress today luxury homes resorts, even
whole communities. streets or enter homes except underground. ,

1 : t Golf (This applies everywhere except In the two .
twelve Card room and lounge at the Port Royal
small first developed over
Beach Club areas we
9. Memberships in the Port Royal (hath C tub,
are not for sale. Only owners of Port Royal years ago) Many other sensible protections 11".t

Country Wilt t* Estate T Goodl; ue Rood ,<4 )
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hORlfrA 1 Gulf of Mexico Office Boa 188 Naples Florida Telephone Midway 25118 1 I

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but Lll Miller took the '
48 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 8, 19(1 193 and Harry Clouser 191.WOMEN'S Crltean 149. Shirley Beck 138- Hor
with 485-177 followed
CHURCHStar twice and Oleta Miller 145- a by ufy: :
It Pays To AdTcrtlie Everyone Read The NEWS 1JEGLEWSO for the nite was Mildred Weth- 146-143. Jones 484-171 andjerljeravek
483-169. Dot Donelson
ertll COFFEE 'N
tossing a 476-183. Bev
thru with a 461, Louise
1! Nelson came thru with a 167 Chris Hatcher showed them the Font.
NAPLES 1% R N ER By MARION SORENSEN loner Dorothy White 155 way as she led the league witha Sims 457 Ruth 445./ Nichols JoGlbbspost 450 and P.''

FLY -----. .. . . . . . .' Norm Queeney 148, Myrtle :230 whopper and a 523 series ed a solitary Mary 174 May Gram
Hermine Huber recordeda
MIAMI wAll < Smith 147, R. Moreau 141 and
168 Hazel Aldacosta
.TtIpi: Irr 1.
Peg Hood the 5-8-10. WhenSt. 171 singleton, Terry Murnan
154, Terry Murnan 166, tie
Anns and Holy Bowlers roll 165 Sandy Hackney 159 Jean
New Year Round Daily Schedule Information,such as spel- a 140?? This goes for either 508-189. Nebus posted a lone ed their make up game Betty Vogt 150, Bobbie Hendrix 133, Mohrbacher 158 Ethel 159, Fay 156 Hatche
ling of names, conversion of men or women. 201, Paul Abrahamson 192 andJ. Hardwick posted a435-162Eva Ruth Felsch 130 and JaniePrtller Dinaburg an
Naples To Miami splits, games won and lost,series There are many many new Helwig 175. Hogue 433-164 and Joa Sharp -98 av-150, Vera Zwlcker 154. Marg i Lee
7,45 A.M. 11:30: A.M. 3.45 PM.: and individual games are obtained bowlers this year among both NIT OWLS -- Finding the converted the 4-7-10 BIG CYPRESS MIXED -- and Francis Walker reache,
I from the yellow! sheetsor men and women and they are groove Rose Morrison used a ROCK 'N BOWLERS .. Leading the men was Jack Hat- games of 151, Margaret Mill]
Miami To Naples the league secretaries who coming along great guns -- 202 for a 508 set. Patti Dozzle Shirley Johnson was trying for cher as he blasted games of 151 and the 5-7 split Margai! '
900: A.M. 2>1 15 P.M. $:00 P.M. make notations of events that let's cheer them on to bigger came thru with a 478-191, another 600 as she fired a 236 213-229-206 for a 645. Gene Scaggs 151 and the 5-10.
are of Interest. games! Sharon Yahl 472-197, Dee for a 582. Linda Sauchelll Tessier listed a 203 single Bowling StandingsContinued
Connection and Reservations to any point In the world Everybody can't get Into the Shimer 466190and'Ianda Rice totaled a 555 with a 191. Ina Bud Hall 201, Geo. Wall 189
act -- after all If you are a BROOKSIDE BOWL 462. Bea Mohrbacher tosseda Bunting, MildredEaton and Gert Jim Wolfe 174 Jack Flnzer ( on page 5-B)
NAPLES AIRLINESNaples 150 bowler and roll a CONSTRUCT10NEERSFiring -- 189 had Edwards 175, BUI
average single, JoannDarbyshlre Dunn 417 sets,Lucille Lord 187 Bryson Phyllis Notaro of Brant, N '
Airport Concourse 3 Miami Airport 165 game,have you accomplished games of 234-220 and 181, Juanita Love 179 Martha 471 and the 3-10. Marg Lee Stone 182. For the Fair sex bowled a 300 at Paterso-
J-J454 NE 4-5811 as much as a 130 average 178 gave Jim Croak a 632 Rans 177.Ruby Riner 176.Marion blasted a 200 loner L. RunKle- It was Bettye Hoverman witha game
bowler who tosses a 155 or a series and the lead for the Lessey 171.Frances Fltzek 118 av-181, L. Fraley 178, 476-188 followed by Flora N.J., last December to becomethe
office Travel 4 Corner
City Ticket Agency 110 average bowler who rolls ruse, Elvin Townsend used a 170. Katie Stull had a 168 Sandy Hackney 173 Lucille Edwards 472-175. Ann Sches- sixth woman to roll a per.
212 for a 578 set. John Stulla loner, Laura Clark 162, Nancy Perry 172, Eva Hogue 171. sler recorded a lone 185, lo feet game in 1963.
227 for a 577 Tommy Keen and Juanita Snyder 163 Marge Seaberg, Dorothy Zol- Henry 150-166 Betty Graham ii.RENEW.
Bennett posted a 554-200. Richard June Prasil AgathaCleary 155. ler and Alice Densmore had 153, Dorothy White 154 Judy
Golden blasted a 223 single SUGAR 'N SPICE -_ 164 games, Ann Follis 160 Rowland 150 and Julie Chesser YOURn
Francis Lord 215, Marvin Patsy Robertson rolled her first M. Shlvel 161. E,Cole and Enid Dam's LICENSE L'
LeMasters 204,Bob Schweikert 200 league game a 205 for a Deeks 152, Tina Kibbe 153. 145.BOWLERETTES Everyone mm YOUR
202, Don Chesser 201, Bud 515 set and led the league. Way over average were Ethel was trying for high series BIRTH MONTH '.
Mohrbacher and Onnle" 200 Cindy Brisson used a 185 fora
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Chuck Burton and Earl Camp- 511 and Betty Geltz two 169's"
bell produced 199's each, Mike for a 505. Eloulse William's
Pike 198, Fred Hillman and recorded a 495-185 and \Hazel
Duane Lyon 196, Bob Waller Abrahamson 491173. Frances
192, Leon Snyder 191 and Char' Walker with a 107averagetoss-
192, Leon Snyder 191 and ed a 181 single, Ruth Morris
Charlie Rice 190.COMMERCIAL. 176, Mary Lanza 173 Marie
-- Fed Lord Weaver 169 and Belvla Allen

This fabulous NEW home, nearing completion, in The MoorIngs was heading for a 700 set as 162. Games way above their WANT ROOM TO
he bombed out games of 246- average were listed by Jo Pow-
on Wedge Drive overlooking the Golf Course. Abso- 223-198 for a 667. Ed Har- ell and Coletne Arthur 154,
roun produced a 584 with 204 Libby Treadwell 153, Flo Coe,
lutely beautiful in every detail from the magnificent 3 and 203 games Joe Salmon Polly Pearson 151, Tlllle Davis
576-194, Ross Phillips 574- 158 Alice Wise 144146. Irene
bedrooms to the extremely livable family porch. This home 226, Marvin Lightner two 200's Bell 143, Rhett Ingram 146, SWING YOUR CAT?
for a 553 and K. McConkey Anne Atkinson 143-142 and Amy
has 2 splendid baths, central air conditioning and heat, separate 550 Buck Perry produced a Stump 144.MERCHANTS.
214 loner, Em Emerick
213. -- Art Tiffin
dining room adjoining a kitchen that is outofthisworld.You .
Ike Wolford 209. Fred Clark found the right line for a 600
can't the 200. L. Meadors a nice 197, using games of 200-235 and
imagine magnificent the
magnitude 2 Ned Dorsey 190, 1. Hamilton 165. Rich Yahl just misseda
garage lends to the overall house. See it today. 194, R. Cole 196, G. Wall 198 600 posting a 509-214.:: Al
and 190. Bud Hogue 193. Tatu 586-236 Ed Buscemi 584-
WOMEN'S CHURCH --Marg 223. E. Gllland yielded a 578- \
Milt ner was out front with a 201, RaeHendrlx 568-232,0.B. \ Take a look at the spacious
. Carefree living In one of the finest qualane Shores, beautiful 3-bed- 488-168 Marge Thomas a 475- Osceola 565-212, Nell Van Wyk \
and most luxurloua Coop apartments room, 2 bath many tropical plant.In 176 and Marie Weaver 464-184. 558-203, John Boutwell 553- acre lots in Pine Ridge Ex.

Naplea. Extra large apartment Ing*. Thin la truly one of the fin Wanda Rice listed a solitary 211 and R. Steele 551- I tension, suburb of Naples,
overlooking swimming pool and gar eat hoimm in this price range In 190 Hazel Abrahamson 175, 188. James Browning tossed r 4'7i'
den patio. Exceptional furnishing Naples. Air conditioned. Anne Brown 168, Mary Gllles- his highest game and series to \ only three and one-half
Call for aj>j>ointment. Only tlK.SOQ! pies 164, Patsy Robertson date a 215 for a 534. Wayne \
152 Etta Wright 162. Reggie Roark fired a 213 singleton miles north of the City
Listen to Stock Market Report Over WNOG FM at 4:55: P.M. Lulejean 156-152 and BeMa Mike Yahl 208, Jr. Simpson
Allen 151, Honorable mention 205, Don Blankenshlp Paul .. limits. .
WESLEY G.MISIII Ml 2-2179 goes to Marie Winebrenner for Gray 197 Hub Rans 191 and .
706 Fifth Ave. South her 149-148. Tess Hill 148,
Bill Rans 196.
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Miles of well streets
'" Opp. Firat National Hank Margaret Stocking and Marge FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC-

DOWN I ING. Naplea, Florida ((8 Judy Rimes Rimes 147. 142.MEN'S Gloria, Walker and Scoring honors went to John \ add to the charm of this
: := It Stull as he blasted games of
Associates .
: CHURCH Al 237-175 and 218 for a 630. reasonably priced community :
Realtor Earl L. Frye Erwin G. Downing Fayard led the league with a D.J Salmon came up with a
Kufu P. Hurnhim 200 game and a 511 series. 593-213, Harold Daniels 579- of small! estates.
Neil Hannaford recorded a 204, Don Elferdink 577-246
Sauchellt 572-200 and
Ask Realtor to give
203, Paul Abrahamson 565202.Ed any you

Harroun listed a 561-203. 1 the details, tract map and
Ralph Leigh 557 and a big 247.
Richard Golden threw a lone Covenants, for Pine Ridge
ARE 215, Bob Abbott 208, Gerald
Kelly 201, Earl Cannady 199, Extension, the new conceptfor
Ken McConkey 193 and Em

Y INVITEDTO Emerick PINE'LANESCONTRACTORS 190. better Florida living.

-- Carl
Armbrust tallied a 626 with
INSPECT games of 232-192 and 202 to
lead the league. Jack Hatcher
scored a 579-210. Park Wilson Pin
totaled a 223 singleton.DJ. s idge
Salmon 221,Tex Kaverman208,
R. Buscemi 203,Gene Bonacher auat'r'>
COUIT 206, C.C Boyd 200, Gus Sea-
berg 204. Mike Van Hall reached
II a 196, Albert Hatcher 194, Created by Collier Development Corp.
1 Chester Schultz and Bob Roe
190. 110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2-2131

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Garden Court of Naples Inc. I COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc.

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Standings MEN'S CHURCH PL Blgleys 58 46 King Insurance 43 1/2 311/2 School MenusThe Sunday, March 8. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 58
r |'L Pin* LamsHllBrookside I Irst Christian 55 41 Palm Lake Tr. Ct. 87 47 Roses Texaco 42 33 BonitaNews
howlCONTRACTRs| | St. Anns 48 48 Wimps Texaco 56 48 Yahl Bros 41 34 menu for the week of ed to be sent to one of their Morgan.The Battle of Corrigan,
( Trinity/ 46 50 County Engineers 48 56 Ed Davis Bldg. 40 35 March 9th through March 13 at first members, Frank Brown, Ind. 1863."
fcletalcraft w HI Trinity 46 50 Anchor Lounge 47 57 Kwlk Chek 39 36 Naples Junior High will bet who Is 111 at his son's home in The benediction was pronounc.
141/2 Bon #1 Dunbars MONDAY. Pork andgravyoverrice Indianapolis.Ray ed by Rev. M. P. Kindred.
Boat Haven 28 1/2 15 Baptist 46 50 Publlx 43 1/2 60 1/2 38 37
Moons Maionry 25 i/2 Bon. Baptist N2 45 51 Troptgas 34 1/2 64 12MEN'S Marhoeffer ##2 37 38 col slaw, hot rolls and Br RAE WEAR Greene, delegate to the
19 Isle of Capri 36 37 butler, celery strips,apple sauceor Council of Clubs, reported on FAMILY WEDDING DAY
BAB Builders 26 19 apricots, milk. The Bonita Sprints Hoosier their recent meeting.Mrs. LOUISVILLE Ky (AP) -
COFFEE'NDONUTPLSugar Fuller Industries 32 43
Daley Dlst 24 20 TUESDAY Menu suggested group met Wednesday at noon February 13 was a red letter day
Firestone 21 23 Donuts 70 26 Methodist #1 67 33 Naples Printing 29 46 by Hank Watklnst Spaghetti with for their monthly meeting, pro. Thomas Kyle and Mrs.C. for the G.E. Alexander family
Conditioned Air 20 24 Luzlarme 59 37 Assorted Christians 6? 38 Marhoeffers #1 25 50 meat sauce, brussel sprouts,tos. gram and luncheon. E. Eldrlge contributed to the The Alexanders celebrated
Stone Builders 18 26 Expresso 55 1/2 401/2 Methodist N2 52 1/2 471/2 FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC BB sed salad, rolls and butter,jelly, President John Holland wel. birthday fund.110stsses their 60th wedding anniversary
Naples Supply 17 27 Holsum 44 52 Christian Men 451/2 54 1/2 Sub Division 68! J2 apple crisp and milk. corned all members, as well as for next meeting will A daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
& Sons Sanka 43 53 Emmanuel WEDNESDAY Menu suggested guests whom he asked to stand be Mrs. Frankie Frederick and and Mrs II.E. Hughes of Paw
Alander 12
68 32
32 Beechnut 42 54 Lutheran 39 1/2 60 1/2 Acreage by George Spencerl Hamburger, and Introduce themselves, and Mrs. Jennie Woolsey, It was Robles, Calif. observed their
Maxwell House 40 56 E.N. Methodist 33 1/2 66 1/2 Financing 61 39 buttered potatoes, sliced toma. tell the city In Indiana from announced.Mrs. 23rd anniversary And, a grandson
CYPRESS MIXED Folgers 301/2 65 1/2 Consultants 59 41 toes, lettuce, white cake with which they came.A William Dlrck read an and hit wife Mr. and Mrs J.E.
BIG PL WOMEN'S EstimatIng 501/2 491/2 chocolate frosting, milk. round robin card was sign. article on the "Raids of J. H. Pruitt celebrated their llth.piimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimim .
Ospreys 61 315 Real Estate 48 51 THURSDAY Menu suggested
Seminoles 57 39 WOMEN'S CHURCH PL Christian Pinheads 42 33 Designs 46 1/2 53 1/2 by Mrs. Canantt: Pizza Pie,whole mil/ "" " '" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiinHiinniiiiimiimtiiniiiiiiniiniimnuiiuu
panthers 63 Christian Daffys 551/2 4012St Dlablos 40 35 t tI
39 Developers 44 56 kernel corn, green salad, fruit
Potholes 48 1/2 461/2 Anns 50 1/2 45 1/2 Mixed Christians 37 38 Planning 41 59 Jello, bread and butter milk. I ask the men at
Gators 47 1/2 481/2 Emmanuel Methodist 36 39 Construction 40 60 FRIDAY egg salad sandwich I
White Herons 47 49 Lutheran 491/2 46 1/2 Gutter Dusters 351/2 391/2 Investments 39 1/2 60 1/2 baked beans, spinach, Icecream,
Bob Cats 48 46 Holy Bowlers 491/2 46 1/2 Question Marks 341/2 401/2 CooperatIves 33 1/2 66 1/2 and milk I Imperial
Razor Backs 42 54 Trinity #1 46 50
Rats 41 515 Trinity #2 39 57 NITE OWLS BB The Menu at Naples Senior High .,
swamp Air Boats 32 64 Conditioned Air 521/2 221/2 Family Had More School for the coming week) ,;. ..
BOWLERETTE PL Sea Treasures 43 32 Than Its Share pork on f\
.IncompleteI buns, green beans, buttered rice,
Grants ##1 39 1/2 35 1/2 .
Pampered Poodle 64 32 baked apple, milk and butter. .1f
Naples FloorCov. 631/2 321/2 Ingrams Chevrolet 39 36 Of Year's Trouble TUESDAY Hamburger,pickle '. ,
Send Some Home Brehms Atlantic 491/2 481/2 Chessers Wash 0 Mat 39 36 FLORENCE, Ala. (AP)-This tomato, onion, buttered carrots, ..
I Faber Hair 46 1/2 49 1/2 Grants ##2 36 39 has definitely been a bad year hot rolls, cherry pie, milk and
Florida's Own Fruits; Stone Builders 46 1/2 491/2 Bank of Naples 34 41 /or the Walter M. Harrison butter. ,
Jellies Candies Jima Suoco 42 52 Anchor Lounge 34 41 family WEDNESDAY Lasagna, slaw, ..
Flame *n 56 Trail Cleaners 301/2441/2 Mrs. Harrison fell and brokea hot rolls, milk and butter, cake.
/ClodddrdVJourmet Nicks Lounge 30 66 Naples Federal 271/2 471/2 leg on New Year's eve. Son THURSDAY Roast Beef,whip. WCN2CL: : HCDMAN: NEUMANN: VOOOPICH
John broke an arm a few weeks
ped potatoes, salad, hot rolls,
later. butter, milk and Jello. Homes, building consultation Investments
BETH ] GODDARD SHOP CONSTRUCTIONEERS BB Tuesday, Harrison was mak. FRIDAY Choice of t Hot dogs,
Townsend Produce 71 33 Paprlkas 67 33 Ing a business call In nearby or cheese dogs, baked beans, .'., property management, acreage.
The Old Cove, Naplu, F1a.Complimentary Sawyers Carpet 61 43 Sages 661/2 331/2 Perry, Term., when his car potato sticks, fruit butter and ,
First Florida 59 45 Cloves 581/2 411/2 stalled while crossing a stream. milk.
Gift Wrappin rl
Conditioned Air 59 45 Nutmegs 571/2 42 1/2 Heavy rains sent waters i"t IMPERIAL PROPERTIES
and Mailing\ Semite
down the creek, and ,
Naples Federal 57 47 Dixie Crystals 53 47 surging One-fourth of Panama's one 3
Naples most completeGift House Electric 56 48 Cinnamon 521/2 47 1/2 Harrison had to swim for his million people live in two major "
Food Shop Sunshine Mkt 50 54 Gingers 49 1/2 501/2 life while his car floated down. cities Panama City the capital 289 Ninth Ave. So. MI 2.2128
AllspIce 491/2 150 1/2 stream. on the Pacific:, and Colon on the
Richards 47 57
The proverbial straw came
Gift taxes 41 59 Atlantic: 11 mm 1111I111111I11111I11I11111111I111I11I11I11111111 i
byS. Allied Paving 46 58 Rosemary when he reached home. Whilehe m iiiimiiiimmmmm imi miimiiiiiiimiiuiiiii
S. Pierce & Cresca Win Turner 45 59 Sesame 401/2 159 1/2 was mayor a few years ago
Naples Police 37 67 Peppercorns 34 66 Harrison put through an or.
BONDED SHIPPERS OF Beach Cabinet 36 68 Sweet Basil 301/2 691/2 dlnance requiring swimming
FINE: RIDGE FRUIT pools to be fenced. High winds
PICKED PACKED. COMMERCIAL BB NAPLES MERCHANTS BB had blown down the fence sIl crLeLu 9 earL/
SHIPPhl HtFSH Brehms Atlantic 65 39 Naples around his own pool, placing
Guaranteed Perfect Delivery Pittmans Funeral 60 42 Marine Corp 45 1/2 29 1/2 him law. In violation of his own pet


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Select Your ChoiceLocation. Capital Recording Anise
For Your Listening Pleasure On WNOG
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Discover the many charms of The Moorings by taking a drive throughthis

thoughtfully planned community attractive homes on spacious Not an FHA Project or a con-

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Associates: James LQq.e
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6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday,. March. 8. 19&4 ,
To Start New War On
1. The disease might' recur In
this country, even in epidemic Word ToHomemakers Tb. Agency With Personal Service '
form, due to the possibility '
Yellow Fever SkeeterATLANTA however remote of unsus.
pected yellow fever victims March 8th starts National Safety I
traveling from countries in Central Week. Caution can prevent
tia. (AP-A long. most exclusively In artificial and South America still accidents. Too many accidents A dependable (.ncy. retpona-
Is about to be water-holding containers In start in the home your
delayed war harboring the virus In jungle the one place ibis for protecting you
launched to eradicate from the close proximity to human habl. areas. usually considered the one safe family, home and bualnoia
United States the strange "city tat Ions. Donald J. Schllessmann chief domain. But simply due to care. spinet every laawreble threat
slicker" mosquito that spreads Discarded automobile tires, lessness troubles result. of loss through a "penned pre-
of CDC's Aedes aegyptl eradication
fearsome yellow fever. paint buckets, jars, tin cans, Think before placing poisonous gram of protection
ranch, and over-all com. ani. of unquwtfonod
1 To begin In a few weeks, It bottles, and flower pots contain. mander of the mosquito war, pellets around the house, by financial eom rtratgth.L .
will be a $100.minion, five-year Ing water are among preferred puts It this wan "With the new or where such sprays are stor.
campaign masterminded by the lovenests. At present, the pestIs emphasis In recreation, and ed, even floors too clean and
U.S. Public Health Service's almost entirely confined to with people on vacations, exploratory shiny and s-l-l.p.p.e-r.yl l
Communicable Disease Center cities of 10,000 and over population
or prospecting trips in
-CDC-here. -a regular "city slicker," CARD OF THANKS L
or near jungle areas, one of
sincere and humble
The combat-to be carried on the scientists My
IllUlIIlIIClltI( loe.GfC .
them could be Infected with ,
i 1 In nine Southeastern states, and The Aedes has a maximum thanks for all the kind expressions
'jungle yellow fever', and while
n In Puerto Rico and the Virgin soaring range of only 500 feet- still In the incubation period be of sympathy upon the loss __
Islands, where this villainous which should be of help to the back of my beloved husband, Ernest 652 5rfc A.*.. Southho
right to the heart of Atlanta
mosquito lurks-has international battle strategists. Alfred Tetreault. It is a time ... 2-5141
New Orleans
it political significance bearingon Dreaded yellow fever-nick, other, place." or some like this that Christian love for Naples. Fi.Urf
the maintenance of friendly named "yellow jack"-has not 2. The continued of one another Is so rewarding.
relations with Latin America. occurred In epidemic form In presence Thelma Tetreault
the yellow fever mosquito in the
An army of 6,000 Insect fight this country since 1905, althoughIt United States constitutes
.ers may eventually be involved, once terrorized the Eastern
greater threat to 14
with forays extending Into the Seaboard, causing frightful epidemics
WINNERS in "Beat the Pro" tournament held at the homes of nearly 7.5 million per. as far north as Boston. countries and three territoriesin
Latin America which have
Beach Club last week were Mr and Mrs. Eugene A. sons in the nine states alone. And there hasn't been a single eradicated the mosquito after THE BANK OF NAPLESMember
This was will be waged on a case of the malady sine 1924.
Schmidt, Jr., of Short Hills, N. J, Mrs. Schmidt came bizarre battlefield-in Junk. But, scientists of the Public long campaigns.This .
Is because the
hi first, and Mrs. Schmidt was second to make it a yards, municipal dumps, house. Health Service see a continuing might relnfest U.S.these mosquitoes Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

(lea) "family game." The Schmidts are shown (ustBefore hold refuse wlndowsllls heaps. and backyard threat nations to to the the United south. States and aegyptl-free countries to the The Full Service) commercial: Bank with Trust Powers ,
south. The virus is har.
starting put for another round. The yellow fever mosquito- Today, scientists appraise the bored by monkeys now .
(McGrath photo) called Aedes aegyptl-breeds al. threat this way: the red howler monkey.especially Normal.\

.A ...... ......,..... ..... ..... ,.... ... ..... ..... .... ..,... .... lv. the monkeY.born virus Is
transmitted to man only by a 'r
blue-colored mosquito called r
:6wf y., Haemagogus equinus which '
keeps pretty much to the jungle. : : .
But, If Aedes aegypti regaineda _
foothold In those areas, even
occasional cases of human "Jun.
gle yellow fever" could Infect HEADQUARTERS: Community Concerts Membership Drive for '65

the Aedes and then set up an HEADUNING THE 4 CONCERT SERIES FOR JAN., FEB., MAR., 1965,
epidemic chain In large cities
3. U such urban yellow feveras n... "-J" ,.
distinguished from the J jungle ..
form -should once more
Y WIN !/Ma spread like wildfire through
Latin America, the threat to the
I'LMM'+..1wM United States would be Intensi
+k. ,aaMtAMU.M ,,, a+y4.P.r Mh 'aAw fied.The
w+ o! "* last significant outbreak
b of Aedes.transmitted yellow fever
In South America occurredin
1934. But, the jungle type has i
killed hundreds since it was
first noted In 1932-and by 1957, JUL
it had advanced as far north as The World's Most Beloved Choir
the Guatamala Mexlco border.
The mosquito war Is being VIENNA CHOIR BOYS
launched In the United States
st some 17 years after this country --- A Concert of Sacred Music, Folk Songs and Costume Operetta. _
committed Itself to join other -

i S Health nations Organization of the Pan-American PAHO MEMBERSHIP DUES Adults $7.50 e.ch. Students $3.OO..ch

mY In ridding the hemisphere of
Aedes aegyptl. PATRON: 4 Memberships for $45.00

The delay brought expressions This Season's Final Concert "BONUS" for NEW MEMBERS .
9f concern within the organization .

from delegates of Latin. -., -, ,.
American countries. I I I \',
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g- Denies Motel e. "j'>1
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DiscriminatedAgainst \ \ \
Thp Negroes \- i \
WASHINGTON (AP) Astronaut : 1
Virgil L (Gus) Grissom
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says the Florida motel formerly jtK'dwrf
awned In part by the Mercury
astronauts had a firm policy :

against racial discrimination. !
Grissom told newsmen a Ne. .
(ro couple mentioned by Sen. -.... t ...
Stephen Young, D-Ohlo, Thurs.
Jay as having been refused registration .
at the Cape Colony Inn VAREL & BAILLY Chanteurs de Paris

in Cocoa Beach probably ap.
ailed when the inn was filled. SAT. MARCH 14th 8:30: P.M.
Grissom added that he could

lot believe Young's statement NAPLES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
r" "- 'i :hat the couple was refused serve \0 \
ice In the dining room.

The otter trade was monopolized
Just Completed residence of Greek Revival archltectuie at 3800 Rum Row on Man of' by Russia until 1774 when
Captain James Cook met Indian
War Cove. Designed and supervised by Henry K. Harding, Architect, Palm Beach, Florida. wearing thick fur shirts on Van

couver 1 Inland.

This new home for sale at our exact oej cost!

Drive down to our office and let us show you this beautiful residence. No obligation, of course.

The photograph does not indicate the true ,

size of the interior. Two large bedrooms and it's the

two baths. Unbelievable closet space. Large tT

living room with trey ceiling. Closed bar ., YEAR'S BIGGEST

between living room and dining room. (Also

opens on west terrace.) Large dining room. .
Beautiful large kitchen with flowered tile

floor Large service area for washing and r .1;

drying. Larder and storage area. Two car ga '111 "

rage and storage area. This residence is trulyan i t

architectural gem. r SDLE !

Call at the Port Royal office-Harbour House- NOW

located'' one black east of Gqrdon Drive at '

Kings' Town and Fort Charles Drives and a.rtr 1 GOING

we will be delighted to show the residence at t

3800 Rum Row to you. No obligation of View of the dining area, Port Royal Beach Club.

course. ON !

Land-Lot No. 55, Rum Row (Includes .

membership in Port OF FINE

Royal Beach Club) $19,850.00

116' 34" on Man of War

Cove. Averages 270' in FURNITURESAVE

l" depth. 93' on Rum Row.

and ((28,070 square feet. 6,290

square feet more than half

'A4r slat an acre.)

Building contract and architect's

b'' fee for plans and supervi. f

e.- sion. ((2,890 square feet. ,
$16.25 per square foot)) 46,965.52 In EveryDepartment s

I Kitchen appliances (Frigidaire stove

,, 1 and wall oven, wall clock,
Kitchen Aide Dishwasher.) 585.87

Lighting fixtures and ornaments 788.39
Looking north across the t.ult. this A.A.U. pool ( <> tIn
4 I length) 1 II a popular feature of the Port Royal Beach Builder's risk insurance 122.17
Club. (Pool heated during the winter au Ion.) Riprapping shore line 504.00

Landscaping 4,483.81
Sprinkler system 984.00
PHONE MI 2-3137
I I INCORPORATED Utilities 71 00

Telephone Midway 25118 TOTAL NET COST Sales Price $ 354.76 NORTH TRAIL at SEAGATE RD. OPEN MON. i FRI. NIGHTS
On the Gull. .at Naples, Florida .- +it

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'$1,000 Fine for charging long (distance calls Pundit. March 8, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B
of 59 cents and $2.45 to a Dallas Recreation
For Charging $3 businessman's ( Is 1
ber without permission.It telephone. num. Party Walking The Dog couple of Labrador retrievers.
Telephone Call CalendarMONDAY Mow does he control them
was the first conviction under .
Made ProfitableNEW they spy a squirrel,
DALLAS CAP) TWO a 1961 Texas law providing:
tale, goons or strange dogs?
phone calls totaling $3.04 cost a maximum penalty of $1,000 t 1:00: p.m. Senior Citizens YORK (AP-Jlm Buck Well, Buck said Thursday,
who earned
fine or one In Jail or both. .. more than $15,000a pt.J
James Taylor Kelley Jr. of Fort year meeting Woman's Club. always had a knack with
year as a salesman but got
Worth $1,000. The highest peak in the Kea 2:00 p.m. t Senior Citizens bored with it, has a new leashon mats, and "Before they
County Criminal Court JUdge Indies it the 10,417-foot Pico shuffleboard tourney women's lUe. He Is a professional can hear a guttural growl .
Jim Guthrie fined( Kelley, 33, Duarte, located in Santo Domingo singles (finals) Shuffleboard dog.walker, dog-tralner: and log up In my dogs, and I can
feel the vibrations
Courts. dog.sitter. running up
4:00: p.m. Beginner tennis Buck, 32, married with two the leash."
Buck, who has trained both
class Cambier Park.TUESDAY children and two pet dogs: ,
dogs and horses from time to
sometimes earns $500 a week in
time as a>i avocation went to-
his private enterprise.Each .
0:30: a.m. Senior Citizens day but not all at once, the dogs professionally In I960!
chorus practice Woman's Club. and says he never has regret.:'
he takes 30 to 40 dogs for walks, :
1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens covering about 25 miles through: ted It.
eein bowline: Brookside Bowl. Manhattan's East Side. He fig.

4:00p.m: Advanced tennis urea he wears out the soles ofa SENATOR'S 'TYPICAL ;
lass Gambler Park.
pair of constructlon.worker
Adult tennis class NEW YORK (AP) Sen.
130 p.m.
shoes every two weeks.
Kenneth B. Keating. R-N.Y.,
Gambler Park.WEDNESDAY It takes patience, agility, gives this description of the !
firmness, and no small amountof typical American: f:;
.iJubce muscle to carry out his '
8:00 p.m. Men's softball "A typical American U one
canine strolling assignments!!: ,
group meeting City' Hall meet Buck who come home from an Italian
II'S. movie In hit German car, has
ing room.
A Six-footer' he weighs only
Brazilian coffee out of an Englishmug
AJ THURSDAY 143 pounds. Sometimes he hasa ana down in his Danishj
collective 500 of
4:00: p.m. Intermediate tennis pound dogsto chair and picks up a Japanese.;
control )
during the morning
.lass Gambler Park ballpoint pen to write to hid
The Is
outings dog poundage
1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens congressman to support 'BuylAmerican' )
easy to figure when you includea "
BrooksldD Bowl legislation.
bowling: sOIL
50-pouiKJ Croat Dane and a


I.PARTY FAVORS Popcorn balls or apples a piece of foil and some dec ra- EVERGLADES & GULF

lions make delightful cat figures for a children's birthday celebration ,

By CECILY BROWNSTONE the card with ihild'a name gather the brown" augur syrup BEACHES BY '\
Associated Press Food Editor against the tip( of her tail water and vine Jar. Cook met
Here's a recipe for (popcorn( medium heat, stirring constantly,
BIRTHDAY PARTIES are so balls In case you (plan to use until mixture boils Continue CAIIIIOII-' '
Important to the young that every them for the Kitty CIIIII.OLlFASIIIONEb cooking. stirring frequently, to
loving mother needs to have a 260/ degrees on a candy thermometer
few tricks up her sleeve to make or until a little of the Naples. MItt
the party table pretty and amus POPCORN! mixture dropped( in cold water
ing. BALLS I 1 forms a hard bull. Remove from Cannon Gallery & Studio
1 firmly packed brown sugar
Attractive paper plates, cups cup heat; quickly add butter, blend.
and place mats can be bought I cup light corn syrup Pour slowly over popped corn in 710 Srii Aft. $..
but what about place cards and 1/4 cup water a large bowl, mixing well while --
favors That's where you may 1 teaspoon vinegar (pouring. Form into balls, using "On The Moll"
2 tablespoons butter or -- '
margarine -
stymied.One little I-
get as (pressure as possible
of the gayest homemade 2 quarts unsalted popped corn Makes IS popcorn bull, 2 1.2 I
is Kitty In a medium saucepan stir to
favors we've come on Inches in diameter
Cats These are nothing but ---
"kilte-ns"concocted from applesor
popcorn balls and aluminumfoil.
Ik-re are the directions.

[ Tear off a 10-inch piece of v

18-inch wide super-strength .\.':
aluminum foil and place on a
table. Put two small apples or
popcorn balls about 3 inches
apart, along the edge of the foil ;, iiI
Patent sheet. (If you use apples place '. i1
: them on their sides) Bring up
the edge of the foil and roll the ,
apples or popcorn balls in the
r sheet of foil. Crush loosely ;
Life Stride plays color against color on around the two .shapes crushingthe

slender high and mid heels. Lined in soft "knit fit". Crush foil the between remainder to make of the a neck.foil

into pointed ears at the top anda
S long curved tail at the bottom.
119sBaxter's Glue on eyelashes of felt, con-
struction paper or masking tape;
add a gumdrop for a none (mois- J
end of candy and it will
ten one -. Jt
Shoes stick to foil), and tie a bright ,
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around the neck For
ribbon bow -'
Across From the 1st. NAT. BANK an extra touch you might perch a i-j.; ._ -- ....
tiny bit of artificial flower on
top of kitty's head. If you're
using her for a place card prop

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the same amount toward the construction of a slip.HomeSite .


OF NAPLES AREA . are priced from $6,400 to $19,900

a wide range to suit your individual taste and needs!

so many people This prime bayfront location offers you an opportunity
Lower Costs!
Financing a sound investment today that will be worth far more tomo row.

are buying inFASHIONABLE Drive out and net Royal Harbor-take U.S. 41 and

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. March 8, 19.
Desalting Plant victories can give candidates 8B
NH Primary votes at the convention. Some There Is no.
sible nominee could get write-in fornla primary.
For Key West are pledged, others are of votes but no delegates. preference poll there, but slatesof
doubtful loyalty. Since the pledged to each
Three of the announced can. delegates
May Get U.s. Aid ground rules differ In each dldates-Sen. Barry Goldwater candidate run at large and th-e
WASHINGTON CAP) -Undersecretary First In 12 state, It all depends on where of Arizona, Gov. Nelson A. winner gets all of the 86 votes.
the votes come from.
of the Interior JamesK. Rockefeller of New York and
Carr said today chances are Basically, most of the 18 prl. former Minnesota Gov. HaroldE. Helium is used to maintain
slim that Congress will approve manes scheduled this spring Stassen are already looking internal pressure in missiles and
this year a proposal to cooper. Week' \ SeriesWASHINGTON have two purposes a presl. beyond New Hampshire to the rockets when their fuel la used
ate In building a combination dentlal preference poll giving "big one" the June 2 Call. up in flight.
(AP) Next voters a chance to check off-
power and water desalting plantat
Tuesday' New Hampshire prl. or sometimes write In their I
Key West.Consideration. mary Is the first In a series of choice for the party's nomination PIANO INSTRUCTIONCertified
Is being given to
similar elections over the next and the election of dele
nuclear fuel for the plant, ; Member MTNA & DMTNA
12 weeks which could to the national convention.The :
pro. gates
I F .
Carr conferred with Key West Beginners to College Preparatory I
and Florida officials last monthon duce the 1964 Republican presl. delegates may or may not Downtown Studio
the proposal. dential nominee or could kill be bound by the results of the Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197
Carr made available to a reporter .off most of the field. preference poll. A reluctant pos.
After all the hard campaign.
a of a telegram he
sent Tuesday copy to Chairman Jo. Ing, victory won't necessarily .. t1lilll J ] ]mJUCm 11WH\1it; +::H t_; m "
Insure the nomination. The late
seph J. Pinder of the Florida
Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennes.
Keys Aqueduct Commission at found that out In 1952 when
Key West. He said no reply has see Jtlc.\fc ols Art gallery
been received. he won everything In sight-.x.
cept the Democratic nomlnr
The telegram noted that it had

been agreed during the confer tlon But the game must be played. NAels ,,,.., A"T eaLi INY. '..'
ences that Key West authorities
Since the object of an electionIs PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
would propose by March 2 an
to win votes, the man who
arrangement undertake the for project a single and agencyto that can demonstrate power at Original paintings by recognized artist.
111 the has at least
.i. polls one prime
the proposal would be submittedto
Congress by the first week In requirement of a nominee.
April. Harry S. Truman called pres.
1 "It will be most difficult toob. Identlal primaries "eyewash."
Adlai E, Stevenson called thema
tain congressional authorizationthis
"useless Institution." But It .
year even with this time :.::
table" Carr wired Finder. was a string of primary : ,
victories In 1960 which helped <
"Unless local parties reach Frames Individually Designed :
propel the late John F. Kenne.
agreement promptly, project
TRANQUILITY IS THE WORD for this age of the Naples tax structure. The cannot be authorized this year.dy lion to the Democratic nomina. Reach Shopping Area .1,

picture which shows part of the Port view Is to the north, looking toward Will soon appreciate as possible.Information" as Besides popularity, primary '. "."'::.. .1t'4fjmFj1F.rtnm::::::::::: ; 1111/1/ ] :W :!!!.:..I il &f&J

I Royal section of Naples Once a marshy Trinity' Bv-the-Cove Episcopal Church

never-never land, this prime livingarea (spire visible at upper left.)

now represents a heavy percent- (McGrath photo) I

also contains Income tax rates HEAD FOR HOME
Summaries Of Tax which will"apply to 1964 Income. POSTOJNA, Yugoslavia (APA ) jJ 3A '

Changes At Banks The Instruction sheets are da. group of German ornithologists ";jf
to who
signed help taxpayers
WASHINGTON (AP) Summaries must file estimated Income tax caught several bats In 11I
of the principal changes forms and are not related to the the Skocljan Caves near here :
under the new Income tax rer forms most taxpayers must file last summer. They took them to '=\
ductlon law are now available at before April 15 to cover 1083 In Munich, put identification bandson /
post otflces and banks, an In.
come.Everyone their legs and turned them ..
ternal Revenue Service official / .
said today. loose. The bats flew 400 miles
Reads The NEWS
The two-pace Instruction sheet back to the caves. /

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A REAL CHAMPION with plenty of what It takes Is the stylish home on South
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and other personal belongings; Two spacious bedrooms, one with dressing room,
4 den with built-in bar, two baths, king size Urine room, fireplace, dining area off y
all-electric kitchen, two tar carport and, to top all this Urge patio with 18 by 36
foot swimming pool 142,500. YOU GET!
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BLUE RIBBON WINNER la the finely furnished house and guest house on First
Street South, just a block from the beach In the main house are a spacious 1T
r living room with fireplace, dining room, lee large bedrooms, excellent kitchen facilities -
two baths with built-in vanities and a double carport The Income pro. .1. The Philco 19"
duclng guest house. la also completely furnished.A .
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THOROUGHBRED Is the lovely, well kept residence on S ook Drive In fashlonsble \

Royal Harbor On a seawalled waterway, It contains three bedrooms, two baths, J. f
living room, Florida room, well equipped kitchen and garage Central heating and tc'i;;
air conditioning 1)1,600 and shown by appointment only
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ODDS-ON FAVORITE at the price is a lovely three bedroom home on Mandarin q
Drive In Coquina Sands Under its hospitable roof are a large living room,
dining room, Florida room, electric kitchen, two tile baths and a garage House '. ONLY ..,. 50 49'1
was especially built for owner, who was transferred to another city A bargain "
at 120,200. D French Provincial & :
AD MILLER HAS THE WINNERSDARK 23" Mill America Series, Curtainwood door. % '

NOW $359.00 SAVE $100 "
HORSE is the four bedroom home with seswall and boat dock on Fourteenth
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room, dining room' modern kitchen, two baths, screened porch with barbecue and D Philco 16" "Courier" TV r. ; 's )
many special Items that will please you $26,350, Including mortgages of $18,000.A NOW 139.95 .-.. SAVE $20 '

SURE THING In The Moorings' sweepstakes I I. tM striking home on Spring _
line Drive Built of brio and clapooard, It offers two bedrooms, three full D Table Model, AM-FM
baths, paneled den and electric kitchen containing steve with extra large oven,
dishwasher and disposal and handmade kitchen cabinets Other features Include Radio SAVE $15 0 RECORD RACKS, Save $1.00

a Florida room and porch excellent closet and storage. space, wall-to-wall carpeting, Regular Price 2.50 NOW $1.50

ceatral air conditioner and washer .dryer $33,230. .

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TAG THIS ONE! Attractive, comfortable! home on Sixth lane, North containingtwo r y&t 0 STEREO & HI-FI

bedrooms, living room, dining room, Florida room and kitchen Range and ,, .,
refrigerator Included In purchase. price of $11,900; the furniture can be bought Here's "f' Portable Record Players
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