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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1964 10 Page 10 CENTS 40th YEAR-NUMBER 159 .tdd< one hour for.Marco

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County Unveils Plan x i The or


.' i1 By THE!: ASSOCIATED PRESS

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Lt.
'' Col. John H. Glenn's wife, Annie
/ '",'. / plans to take the campaigntrail

Monday In behalf of her
For Huge Park AreaThe .: husband, who seeks Democrat

I ic ate.Mrs.nomination to the U.S. Sen.

M Glenn announced that
r v 1 I Iy she and Mrs. Rene Carpenter,
County Commission In torney James R. Adams thoughtthe which could be drawn upon to re. "undercover" as steps were ta. wife of astronaut M. Scott Car.
session this morning authorized County had the legal right to pay the loan. One commissioner ken to actually enter the deal. penter, will attend a series of
Initial steps be taken to acquirean borrow the money and make the suggested the race track re. The motion to negotiate for social gatherings with Demo.
option on 166 acres of land purchase. However, action will be celpts, while another said It made the option, made this morning by cratlc and independent women
lying between Vanderbilt Beach delayed until an opinion from the little difference, as eventuallyIt Commissioner Wesley Downing, voters In alt sections of Ohio
and Wiggins Pass, for parks and Attorney General's office is would have to come from included also the purchase of
recreation purposes.The forthcoming, and that has been taxpayer money. title insurance at the time the Em.
NEW YORK (AP)-Mrs.
option payment was estimated asked for. .deal wa. consummated.
Neville; of New York,
lly Cheney )
.
at The The commissioners, viewingthe .
$65,000. propertycan STATE CONTROL?
author of a novel for teenager
be acquired In two ways, saving of $50,000 by a The short debate as to whether J \\-r." ...<1.. called "It's Like This Cat,"
,
. as suggested by Rep. Lorenzo cash purchase authorized Adamsto the state should be askedto Sugar Cane .1: '. ):, has been awarded the John
Walker who was present at the proceed upon that basis. The centered around 1.,; 'tt' I
participate ..
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Medal for "most
the
: .it Newberry
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meeting.A County will proceed alone In the "How much control will the state I" T ) .r< distinguished contribution to
cash price would be $500,000or purchase at the present time, ask?" The answer was lacking Picture StillRemains : .. American literature for chll.
It can be purchased on a 10. but it was brought out the state but it was pointed out the re. ,- dren" In 1963.

year term basis at $550,000.The 1 at Ion ship between the county and Good THE HOUSE that Larry Batcher (top) Ridge. The tree dwellers call it "The The award was announced
heirs of could be asked to participateat
property is held by the the state In control of Collier
Walter Mack. a later date. Presently the Seminole Park is "most accep. and George Spencer, Jr., built in Pine Nest" (NEWS photo) Monday Association.by the American LI.
Prospects for a sugar cane brary
Commission Interested In
Walker reported on a recent was table."
meeting with the Governor's getting the option to buy. The land considered for option Industry in CoUier County con.

Committee on Parks and Recrea. Walker reported bankers had about 166 acres, has !5,800 feet tlnued County to Agriculture be "very optimistic Agent Don," Building Their Own Dream House MOSCOW broke Into(AP-.Moacow a regular pro.Radio .

tlons, In which a favorable re. expressed Interest in providing of beach frontage There are Lander told commissioners in a gram to announce the winner of
sponse on state participation In a loan If the County entered about 11 acres of land under Ehevchenko .
thl.momlnr's the Tares prize.Winner
made at
the deal was sounded. If the state Into the deal. water excellent fish. progress report
providing session of the board. of the prize named
enters Into the deal, reportedlyIt There was considerable dls. Ing grounds and boating facili Lander reported the board of The Ground Is For The Birds'BY for the Russian poet was cited
will participate on a 50.50 cusslon regarding the proper fund ties.The directors elected to representthe for his "contribution In develop.
basis In the Investment. Initial step toward acquisition and Ukrainian
farmers pledged to partlcl. ing strengthening
The Commission along with of the proposed park and recreation had au. SAM ENGLAND The tree-top dwelling was be all right when it gets warm," socialist culture."
In the enterprize
Apartment
3-Story pate
Walker, considered It may bea area was taken about one thorlzed Albert G. Keller, en. "The Nest" Is a type of home started during the Christmas va. he said. The award was made by the
better maneuver for the Coun. Proposal Tabled month ago when Commission from Baton Rouge, La., not commonly found around Na. cation, and construction has been Other problems air con Republican Committee of *keUkraine
ty alone to buy the property, Chairman Dewey Polly, Naples to glneers start a feasibility\ study. pies, but a new contracting firm delayed because of school, but dltlonlng against the hot wea. a government agency.
and to ask the state for additional By City ZonersThe Mayor Archie Turner and Wale He said offers to make the comprised of George b encer,Jr., the builders aren't complaining ther and proper refrigeration The winner was Premier
assistance on other park and re. ker flew to Tallahassee and met feasibility study had been made, and Larry Batcher,ninth graders about further study because' more for food. The mention of food Khrushchev.
creatlonal endeavors. The point Zoning and Planning with the Governor's Committeeon in costs from $500 at the Naples Junior High, are engineering and building skill Is started the partners to head
up
arose, however, that the state's Board, meeting this morning, Parks and Recreation. Since to ranging$45,000. Keller offered to In the construction business based needed to complete the project.For scratching. Safe and adequate SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)
aid might be needed for main. tabled for further consideration then the proposal has been kept make the study for $15,000, but on a motto, "The ground Is Instance, the builders cooking facilities haven't been Actor Gary Merrill has won
tenance and Improvement In the a planned three story set a tentative cost at $10,000this for the birds." haven't determined Just how to Installed. "Maybe we need to lake his court fight to retain custody
future. apartment building that would lower figure based upon So up they go Into a lone pineIn get modern plumbing facilities a cooking course at school" of his 12.year.old adopted son,
However, the Commission a. establish a precedent In multi- Ditch ground work already completedby Pine Ridge Two stories have installed In the tree top house. suggested one partner.Mr. Michael, every other weekend.
greed to take the Initial steps family zoning. Last Lander and the farmers. gone up, the top section known as The stresses and strains and Mrs. George Spenc.er Michael's mother, actress
without state assistanceat resulting from Installation of Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
asking The board also hunted for a The move to authorize Kellerto the "observatory"wherethetree Bette Davis, had asked SuperIor
the present time. County At. based dwellers can look far out over 'terrazzo" floors, which are Batcher, finding food missing Judge Edward R. Brand to
to prevent further con- do the study was upon
way the Gulf. contemplated, haven't been fl. frequently from refrigerators be.
withdraw Merrill's
information which revealed the visitation
struction of seawalls as closeto Fight Seen firm had made numerous such The buUders claim they haven't guyed The builders think they have the tree dwellers have the rights. She accused the actor of
Nation the Gulf as the mean high- studies and had supervised con. had too many visitors, becausethe need a few more pages of mathe. food problem solved for the pre. carousing on nights when Ml.
water line, and held the otructlon of more than 30 sugar elevator consisting of a rope mattes before they can unravel sent, at least.More chael was In Ms custody.
Item over to the next board ladder discourages all but the that problem.

meeting.A Over RightsWASHINGTON (Continued on page. 2) brave and agile.11YearOld The tree dwellers haven't ,ATHENS, Greece (AP)-Ttie
Watches i. decided whether to put the new
large apartment building Seawalls nut "njr f. the Hellenes Is ex.
may Le constructed on the north type home on the market Jay. ected to call himself Con It an. I
side of Doctor Pass, it was Indicated (AP) The Girls Found birds frequently light in the tree tine, but he will be known offU
this morning. The board epic Senate civil rights battle Is and complain the house is in. Planned, 'City dally as Constantine n, say
NH VoteCONCORD cleared the for this under way with Southerners fringing on bird zoning regula. sources In the Greek court.
tect by giving way its approval pro-for vowing "no compromise" and Ashamed Of Report Cards tlons. But the builders can boast Council HearsCity He signed his formal oath aft.
launching a slowdown that Is a that they are never botheredwith er the death of his father last
N.H. (AP) A rezoning! the parcel from su- preview of the full-blown fill snakes, at any time. Cornell members held an Friday slmplyt Constantine Rex
swirling snowstorm and early burbanto multiple dwelling buster stUl to come.. Materials for the house were off-the-record conference Mon. (King Constantlne His father,
write-in votes for Henry Cabot classification. As debate enters Its second Twins Stay Out All Night"Thank procured on numerous scaven. day afternoon in Mayor Archie King Paul I, dldn't use the Ro.
Lodge and Richard M. Nixon The rezoning probably will day today Senate leaders said ger hunts Sometimes odd piecesof Turner's office, and newsmen man numeral after his name
compounded the Republican come up before City Councilat they would not try to speed mat. lumber and others sawed at were invited to sit in. either.
riddle today as New Hampshire a public hearing April 15. ters up with extra-long sessionsthis God they've been found. The State Police and The Naples angles failed to Joint up properlybut Among the topics discussed
voters cast their ballots In the They are brave little girls but Police Department. bit of tar usedto
In more routine businessthe week. a paper was were appointments to two of the LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -
nation's leadoff presidential Southern senators respondedby I they had\ us terribly worried. "The children were terribly seal Joints against wind and
board gave its okay to two City's advisory boards,seawalls Quote of the dayj Danny
,
primary.With their Initial Mrs. C. Richard Dlckerson of ashamed because they had been rain. "We'll need some caulking
indicating
applications for home occupation and lot clearing After the two. Drown, 14, who swam to a car,
seven votes, ArizonaSen. speeches would not run too long. Seagrape Street, East Naples and given a poor report cards at I think," said one buuder, "be hour session, members watcheda pulled out !53.year.old Walter
Barry Goldwater held a licenses. Henrietta Both sides made plain In the mother of 11 year.old twins, Penny school, said Mrs. Dlckerson. cause it gets pretty cold up there movie highlighting a fire.fight Overman, and led him half a
one.vote but Continued 2) and Pat, thus described her Joy "I don't think they Intended to during the "
edge, Lodge was ( on page first skirmish Monday they night. log device which the City Is block through a Hooded street to
right behind him as a trickleof were ready to fight to a show. when told the missing youngstershad stay away all night. They took Ills partner saw a solutionto contemplating buying. dry ground, described his feat
votes from mountain hamlets down no matter how long it been found in the rear of a walk to talk things over and that problem, however. "It'll Council heard that there is a thuslyt "I went down there and
began the tide that will shapeup Report BreakAt takes-and it may take months. the Airport Garage this morning after It got dark they were afraid good possibility other developers took him up on the walk."
the battle for the GOP noml. Under debate today is the first by a neighbor, Robert Metts. to come home." .plan, to follow owner's
one ex.
nation to oppose President ImmokaleePost stage of the Senate legislative The children students at 9t. Mrs. Dickerson said she, her 3 More File ample and build seawalls on the
Johnson next November. process-the motion of Demo. Ann's Catholic School,. had been husband and scores of neighbors mean high.water line. Finding BOSTON (AP) A freight
Goldwater's name was on the cratlc leader Mike Mansfield to missing from their home since spent a sleepless night while For Public a legal means preventing more plane plunging out of a sleet
ballot Lodge's and five o'clock Monday afternoon the search for the missing child.
) Nixon's OfficeSheriff proceed to consideration of the such construction Is a topic which storm crashed In flames on a
were not. 10-polnt civil rights bill passedby and were the objects of an Intensive ren was going on. has occupied City officials,Coun. Boston waterfront lumber ter.
New York Gov. Nelson A. E. A. Doug Hendry re. the House. all-night search by mem. "Actually they were not more Office HereThree cllmen, and the Zoning and Plan. mlnal today, killing\\ Its crew of
Rockefeller who like Goldwa. bers of the Sheriff's Department, than 10 blocks away from their
ported yesterday that the Im. Several Dixie senators were ting Board. More study of the three.A .
ter has been stumping New mokalee Post Office was broken prepared to speak against this home, but they gave us a ter. more candidates for pu. situation is planned. lumber yard work gang
Ham p s n Ire had three into Sunday night, and an attemptto but leaders said they had rea. Anti-Castro Band Able scare They are both fine, bile office qualified Monday with Forty lots were on the bid had passed the crash scene Just
votes. Sen. Margaret Chase open the safe was made but son to believe the Southerners obedient girls and this is the Circuit Clerk Margaret Scott.R. list for the latest lot-clearUig before the Impact, giving rise
Smith, who Is on the ballot as without success.He would allow the motion to pass Vows To Fight In first time that anything like this E. "Bob Black and C. L, project, but Council did not open to a report that two yard work.
a presidential candidate, had said deputies and postal in. by the middle of next week. 20 has ever happened," said Mrs. "Chuck" Carpenter filed as can. the bids at last Wednesday's ers had been killed However,
more votes than anyone elte. spectors were investigating the Once the bill Is taken up, it is Cuba By May Dlckerson. dldate for County Commissionerin meeting The necessity of clear. all yard employes were ac.
But all eight Smith votes were breaking and entering. subject to amendment and the MIAMI, Fla. (AP-The Cu. "All is now forgiven and If District 5. Five candidateson log some of these lots now, or counted tor later.
write-ins for vice president.A Hendry also reported that Ella real battle over Its many pro. ban Revolutionary Junta, a they ever get poor report cardsIn the Democratic ticket have at all, wax discussed at the
late.wlnter snowstorm piledup Hugo Vlera-Boullon was arrest. visions will be on. large anti-Castro band, reneweda the future they will talk things now filed for that offlre, Including inference. Members appeared SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) A
five Inches In Concord and ed Monday in Marco by Deputies Assistant Democratic Leader vow today that its men will be over with me before taking mat. incumbent Pete Doub, EweU agreed that low, mosqulto-breed. proposed city ordinance prohlb.
the weatherman said the snow Chuck Whldden and Ed Hunter Hubert H. Humphrey said one fighting Communist forces In. ters Into their own hands. How. Moore and Fred Edenfleld who Ing lots, or ones with dead trees ting racial and religious discrimination .
would blanket the entire state.It and charged with possession ofa reason for holding down the side Cuba by May 20. ever I want to thank the many filed previously. and debris on them, merit clear. : In sale and rental of
was almost certain to hold stolen car.Allegedly length of Senate sessions this Rogello Clsneros, Miami head people in Naples and the law The third candidate filing Mon. ing. lousing was the major Issue In
down the voter turnout which Vlera-Boullon had taken week was to give committees of JURE, as the Junta Is called, enforcement officers who lookedall day was Nash Lloyd, who filed a i municipal election here today.A .
had been expected to total 80,. a Volkswagen in Miami and time for Important meetings in also announced a Cuban exile through the night to locate as a candidate. for the office of month ago voters in nearby
000 to 100,000. drove it to Marco. the mornings. meeting here on that date. them." Justice of Peace, District 4. 4 Of 6 Who Had Tacoma turned down a similar

proposal by a margin of about
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Baboon KidneyTransplants 3to1.i
The ordinance would subject

r Jt. 0," Died violators to fines of up to $'00.

: ; j: DENVER (AP-Four ul the ANKARA, Turkey (AP>-The
1, I,
six persons who have received Turkish government has decidedto
.- : baboon kidneys In transplant
oppose the appointment of
,(.; .
r ( operations here have died, surgeon rose Role Bennett of Guatemala
6 f n rI ,,,< disclosed Monday. The u the U.N. mediator for Cyprus
) other two transplants were a t high government source said
termed failures.
rlonday.



I : w Quick Action By Fire-Fighters I


Pk Saves Properties In N. NaplesIn


Prompt action on the part a northerly direction from..
4II of the North Naples Fire Department 'he urlve-In Theater.
.4IJ and the co-operation An area described as be-.

of the Florida I ForeSt ervlce ins between 60 and 100 acres

v r- --- yesterday: saved Home's Restaurant was burned off. Six pieces of

i ,- on U.S. 41, north of heavy equipment were rushed
which 10 the scene by the forestry ser-
homes
town, and several
vice which also had a plane
IR'w' were threatened by a brush
i : and forest fire early yesterday circling the area giving dir-

: site moon. ections to the men working on
b 'a.. the ground. Heavy equipment

; 1e The fires apparently startedon plowed furrows to serve as afire
east side of the Trail Just break, and the fire was

north of the Immokalee road, stopped at the gravel road Just,
wording to Chief John Shuff north of Home's Restaurant.
: of the North Naples Fire Department Shrubs and plantings around the

& where land was being restaurant were damaged and a

cleared. Fanned by south- number of signboards along the

A ...: east winds which ranged as high highway\ were partially burned -
.---" as 33 miles an hour,the names ; but otherwisetherewaslit

Smoke got to thick, firemen could hardly set the fire Cutting I furrow at a fire break Jumped the highway and went tie damage.LrsaanY .


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tue.day. March 10.19 ".. "V/f'"

at the Masonic County ,' \ .. '. .I
Rainbow Girls lp.pi Templeand r- ,' .
past patrons and past ma- .

Honored By OES trons will be honored, It was CourtEarl '

announced. .
Cypress Chapter Mrs.G ryphan thanked her refreshment M. Castell, In Count iI
Court yesterday before Judge
Cypress Chapter 236, Orderof committee.
Richard M,
Stanley, was
the Eastern Star, honored Visitors present were: I.ula
found guilt on a charge of drivingwhile '
Rainbow Girls Assembly 60 and Laun. lllon. N.Y.; Mr.and Mrs.
under the Influence and sen. .
their mother advisor, Mrs. Roy Cobb, Concord,Mich.; MaeA. tenced to S2SO or 123 days In

Hugh King, at their meeting Rattray, Lowell, Ind.; Ruth Jail, plus 10 days straight time,
Thursday at the Masonic Tem- Smith, IndianapolisInd.; Settle and his driver's license ordered r.

ple In Pine Ridge. Mrs. Follis Colon, Mich.; Marion revoked. Castell was also sen.

Gryphan worthy matron, pre- Wltherell tewlaven.: \ Conn.; tenced to 330;) or 50 days on a

sented a courtesey to the girls Vivian Healey, Otsego. Mich.; charge of no valid drher's (It. A
"Going over the Rainbow" and Ruth Shoemaker canton, cense
each was given a gift. Rain Mich.; Marcie Sebree Indiana- Jose A. Santiago, charged with

bow Girls present were: Ellen polls Ind.; Dorothy Weatherly, trespassing and destroying per. I.k.\
sonal
propert, was sentenced to
Hertzog Valerie Macdonald Hollywood Fla.; Edith Tygett, .
90 das In Jail on each charge! \
Sharon Gtbbs Debbie Bready, Miami Fla., Hazel Krtei.<,Eagle On a follow lng.too.closel\

Ka ren Wa rf leld,Betty Reimann, River Wise.; Mildred charge, Douglas M. Glidden was '

Ellen Larimer,Debbie Barrett, Bishop Lewlstown. pa.; Mar- given the option of S33 or 35 ,

Pam Coe, Susan Dell, Carolyn garet Hood.Cooperstown.N.Y.: .; days. : ,-. ,
Booker Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nona, John A. Hubbard on an over. t. .q
II. width accident s.,. ...,. ". .---- -
The regular meeting of the Hazard Ky.: George Long- charge was sen. "

Chapter was called at 8 p.m. hurst Madison, N.J.; Olive M. tenced to S3S: or 35 days THUMBING THROUGH BOOKS of various form is a

by Mrs. Gryphan worthy ma- Longhurst Chatham, NJ.; Mr. George Green, charged with of
Turner the
of Gene president
assault and battery, was handeda constant occupation
tron. The altar was draped In and Mrs Ted Paul and Mrs. I
memory of Mrs.Emma Victoria Slkorskl, Cheboygan, Mich. six months sentence which First National Bank of Naples and president of Friendsof
was withheld for five Char.
Hall Sanders past grand matron Members present: Mr, and les Henderson was sentenced years. six the Library (NEWS photo)

of the Grand Chapter of Mrs. Robert Paul, Marjorie : .. -- --- months on the same charge. more to come, are college and
Florida. Henly, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Charges of vagrancy and raus. university giaduates. Thefind
Marvin Cole Junior past patron Cole, Virginia Taylor Grace "PLEASE may we enter the Miss Naples forthcoming contest will conclude near Ing a disturbance or loitering re New LibraryCan't the library a source of leading!

was Introduced and seat- Jenkins, Mary King, Florence Contest," begs Gloria Bernard (I) and the end of March with the finals to be suited In the following sentences 111 at(erial

ed In the East. Past matrons Walker, Cleo Edwards Enid Kay Bernard of the Maharajah "Grrrrr" held at Caribbean Gardens. Contest- Jack L. Skeldlng, $33: or 3:5: days; "We are well advanced nlll< a
and visitors of other Jurisdic- Neville Alice Grlemann, James Price, six months) JesseJ. Wait space age' and for cltlzei to
tions were Introduced.The Minnie French: Mr and Mrs. (meaning how can I resist), says ants and sponsors for the entries are Glover, 30 das, suspended; keep abreast) of such adventuresthere

next meeting of the Chapter Walter Brehm, Claudette Sultan Jack Slottag, committee chairman needed to make the contest a success, Samuel Streeter, $50 or 50 days must be shelves of te< u.

will be March 19th at 8 Craumer, Bruce Jenkins,Doris for the Naples Jaycees who will said Slottag. Information can be ob- Otis L. Shelter was sentencedto cal books In this been field."Th.re .
$50 or 50 days for driving on has an enthuslas.
Gandees, Lucille Otts, William sponsor the Miss Naples Contest. The, tained by calling MI 24025. failing to stop at stop sign and Says Turner"The tic response b>' adults for night

Tygett Martha Watts, Anna $50 or 50 days for driving on classes in which education can l be
WANA SWAP? Conety, Stella Cheek Gertrude a 1963 quota and believes Lee StaceyFuneral the wrong aide ever increasing demands advanced. These adult students

Vanderbilt huh 3 bed. DeMers, Trudl Gryphan Helen Sugar Cane County could not expect a quota Diego S. Garcia received a for reading material, as evldenc.ed need reference books.
Harvard, lIelenSchreck Naomi before 19CO. lie also explainedthe services for Ezra sentence of $100 or 100 days on by yearly circulation reports "Collier County Is sending
room home? Pine Ridge Floyd, Mary Nell Floyd, Mr (Continued from page 1) risk Collier County farmers Stacey, 43, who died suddenly charge of reckless driving wilful from the library, Indicate a modern many students to Edison Junior

3 bedroom home? Naples and Mrs. Ray Chrlstoffersen. mills, all of which had proved 'were taking without a guarantee Sunday night at his home In and wanton and $50 or 50 dayson up.to.daie library is a must College, most of them commut.

Bowling stock? successful. of a sugar quota.Commissioners. Sunset Estates, East Naples a no driver's license charge. for Collier County So says tog daily These students need
Columbia University' School told Lander to beheldatlOo'clockThurs- Charges of assault and battery Gene Turner, president of the reference books. Their numberswill
of Engineering and Applied MORE GOOD NEWS assure farmers that the board will resulted: In a six month sentencefor Friends of the Library. Increase rapidly following

"... ". E Science occupies the largest academic More favorable light on the "was 100 per cent behind them" day morning from the Churchof Frank Gardner. "We cannot wait a year or the finish of construction at EdU
G. H. LUFF : quarters on the campus proposed Industry came from as expressed bv Chairman Dewev God with the Rev. DavidO. Orange Jones, allowing an un. two years and fall to keep pace son Junior College.
rohr has an enrollment of more than reports by the Columbia, S. C., Polly, and pointed out as a first Lanier, pastor, officiating. authorized person to drive was with growth In the county, "'I have been surprised at the
I 1500 student and a 126-member cooperative bank which i Is willingto move that roads to help the In. Friends may call from 7 sentenced to $50 or 5u days said Turner. enthusiastic response favoring!
42) fth St.;, 80., Naples faculty. finance construction of a mill I dustry along will be placed highon to 9 tonight, from 1 to 5 The case against James A.Hunt "A modern up.to.date library construction of a new librarv"

,up to 50 per cent of the cost. I the priority list. tomorrow afternoon and from 7 on a speeding charge was con. will broaden areas of researchand Turner said "Not one that I
.
-- Keller's representatives In -- to 9 tomorrow night at the tlnued. Cases against Bobby learning for a county stu. have talked with about It has

r Now ;f location* To Serve YoU preliminary survey steps In Col- Proposal Tabled Richard A. Plttman Funeral Wheeler and Robert J. Fauls on dent population now reaching near indicated anything but en.
ller and neighboring counties Home. charges of petit larceny and 3,000! A large percentage of thuslasm.

I SHOPPING CENTER have come up with favorable reports (Continued from page 1)) Stacey was born In Grundy, failure to appear were also con. our retired residents, and many "Paul Cooke, chairman of the
Lander said. fund drive In Everglades and
Saunders tinued. ,
plans to operate a
Va., and moved to Naples about
IN THE MOORINGSMI The national sugar shortage beauty parlor for Negroes -- William Price, Immokalee chair.
ESAPLES nine months from Fort
-"on MI 2.0227 brings encouraging news from the only one of Its kind In this ago JURY TRIAL Local Lions man, have both expressed sur.
Lauderdale. He
national and state officials thata area outside of Fort -- was employedas Thomas C. Hughes was grant. prise at the Interest shown, and
Myers
sugar quota for Collier County a mechanic for Gulf American ed a Jury trial on a charge of Sale the usage of books made possibleby
1327 Fifth Avenue North
at
in 1963 Is most promising, Lan. Land Co. at Golden Gate reckless display of firearms Pushing the, bookmobile in their com.munitU'S. .
STY ST and
J, Jacques Craumer has
der said. Estates. Larry R. Wheeler was sentenc. .
The farmers acting upon the asked for a home-occupation Besides his widow, Mrs. ed to six months in Jail on a Of Light Bulbst'ntll "I feel confident the citizensof

favorable outlook have planted real-estate license at 1260 26th Betty Stacey of Naples, he Is charge of petit larceny. Crls Collier\ County will rally be.

SHOPPING CENTER MI 2-W7 about 1,000 acres In seed cane, Avenue North survived by twodaughters,Mrs. Carter was given an option of furthei notice the Naples hind this campaign to raise funds
KWIK CHEK -
which will produce enough seed No action was taken on thethree.story Geraldine LeonardofFortLauderdale $50! or 50 days on charges of Lions Club will hold Its for a new library, and in early

to plant about 10,000 acres this apartment building and Darleen Stacey of no valid driver's license and im. the first April planners and architects
CORBIN UNDABURYIT'S fall. "We will have to search for proposal because It was not four sonsHaroldDon proper plates. regular meetings on will\ be bus) designing a new
Naples; Reckless driving, wilful and and third Tuesdays of each library which will meet the
seed cane to plant an additional on this At-
morning's agenda
Joe and Johnny, all of Naples and the board of dir- "
; Ialnst.Charles month
20,000 acres," Lander said. Nichols wanton, charges needs of this growing county.
Lander reported that Lee torneyB.C. representing a brother,William,of Winches R. Stevens resulted In sentence of ectors' meetings on the fourth

County farmers and others had owner Lee Kennedy,unveil ter, Pa.; a sister, Mrs Bonnie $100 or 100 days. Tuesday at 12 o'clock (noon) I You're in
ed
met with the group and discussed an architect's rendering of Ward of Square. W, Va.: a nep- Guy Whitney was fined $25 or at the Piccadilly Pub. _

problems farmers In that area the 31-unlt structure, which hew, William Sparks of Naples,; 25 days on a speeding charge. Twenty-eight local Lions, ,*_\ good hands withALLSTATE
will face. would be built on two lots zoned and his mother, Mrs. McKenly Colin G. Colvin and Carl J. guests and visiting members,

", lie said he had discouraged,. "F" multifamily at the corker Stacey of Stacey, Va. Orange on charge of attempt to attended the Tuesday luncheon

their participation In the Collier of Banyan Dlvd. and Cray- defraud were fined $50 or 50. meeting at the rww location.. Auto Insurance'
County adventure, because of the' ton Road DU- days each.
r Visiting Lions were Bill Lawlerof
see or phone
distance of the haul to the mill The building as proposed Is Case against Rudolph Stephens
which Is to go up In Immokalee. 32 feet high. Including a gabled Ralph Dunton, 1282 11th St. charged with leaving the scene Alabama and Chuck Wolf Kerr Craige

lie pointed out the work had been roof Thus It exceeds in both N. died at Naples Community and driving while license was past president and past district SEAMS NAPLES

done In Collier\ County trying for respects the "two stories or Hospital this morning. Funeral suspended was continued. commander from Youngstown .
--- ------------ -- Following bonds were ordered Ohio.
30 feet" height limitation for arrangements are being made estreated when defendants failed Others who attended recent A :r :tr."
General Electronics "F" zoning through the Earl G. Hodges crr.1C COMPANY "OT'CT'ON:
to appear In court i Frances G. meetings have been guests Dick .....h Sllll_........_.._
Funeral Chapel.
trims the size "Nobody's wanted to go Wells,' vagrancy-causing a dls. Larson and Frank Perone, both ...--......--..-..........
NEW higher than two stories In "F" turbance, $35; Walter /Holt, Jr.,
of Naples and members
(and price) on before now," Building official all reference to "stories" In allowing unauthorized person to Joseph Shortal visiting
ACOUSTICON
Hampton Va.
Bert Plnkston told the board. height limitations In the revised drive, $35; John A. Rode, failure Cliff ,
cost Members Richard Morris and zoning ordinance. to have vehicle under control, Baxter, Providence, RInd .,

Henry B Watkins Jr. saida Mayor Archie Turner was an $35; Jim Ranle, no valid driver's HC Kernaghan past presi- HEARING
IDI0Ir 1wt dent of Romeo Mich.
license $50 Dean E. Hansen
;
!fertilizer with building higher than two interested pat lclpant In the sea-
failure to yield right of way, Dr. William Barrett, president -
would the char- wall discussion, alongwlthCIty
I1Sect t stories change $25; and Winston B. Steadman, of the Naples Lions announced AIDSOr
control J. : acter of the multi-family( zone. Attorney David Splngler. They failure to have vehicle under that the current driveto

,' ,. '1 "In effect they are asking fora pointed out the legal complexities control, $35. sell electric light bulbs S ,ulh. ".... t1"idlFrank
one-third Increase In density associated with the subjectof Other bonds ordered estreatedon will continue until

7Jmiirson A In a residential area," Wat- mean high water. Engineer charges of speeding were as March 28. The club's Saturday annual C. leyllhtrll.itsr
.. ,' kins pointed out. Nick Wallln W.R. Wilson was asked to attend follows: Thomas K. Hunt, $25; project. Is to raise funds for
I ford alsowasappreshenslveabout the next board meeting. William H. Pickering, $25;Charles its I

PERFECTED'COLOR Increasing the density.The H. Milton Link developer of E. Jernigan, $25; John Paff, eyesight. conservation program 1 rli-IItN 1 M, :North NaplesI'h.lr
The said the $30; Clyde Stephenson $30; Wll.
law that Moorings, present ,
Ml Suit
zoning provides Jack Rothfuss :3
lIam A. Welnmann, $25!;; and Ro. publicity
TV suburban zoning of the lot on the
for certain types of buildings, Bald Zavaglla, $25. chairman for the local club,
north side of Doctor Pass madeIt
such as hospitals and semi- announced that members will be .II. nu answer

BOOSTDoes public and public buildings In good" only for "raising oysters Galleon RelicsTo out In force tonight selling bulbs Call I teninc, 5-IOp.m
He asked for the
F" zones, the height can exceed re- throughout the city and adjacent
30 feet so long as the zoning so the lot can be soldas Be DisplayedAt communities.

two lawn jobsat building is set back one additional a be parcel built on which somethingcan Bonita Show "Area residents are ask- TO ALLREPUBLICANS
toot from all normally ed to
co-ope rate by buying these
Relics from sunken
a Spanish
Members expressed their -
required setback lines for each appreciation bulbs from club members and
once galleon recently discovered off
for letter from
a
additional foot In height the coast of South Florida will thus help a worthy non-profit
at'c5ve 'o toet.s'lchols Councilman Carl 0. Hoffmann be on display at the BonitaSpring s, endeavor," Rothfuas said
Now, thanks to the scientists! of Scotts Re- contended that the thanking board members for Art Show to be held In the Cham. Any Republican registeredfor

search, we can afTer an amazing new product. apartment building, with Its their "valuable service." ber of Commerce building at 2 yearn. may be a candidate
should be con- Bonita Springs on March 15 from Ruth McKirahan for the following office:
It's called BOOST and it's made specifically for public car() rldors
ur the more than 50 million en- 1 to 4 it has been announcedby
for the p.m., COUNTY JUDGE
sidered enough to qualify
our southern grasses. Makes caring for thema 5w' rolled! In school at the Mart of Kurt Griesshaber. Treasurer Of DZ :
3 added provision. He CI.EKK OF THE COURTS
Height .
whole lot easier. the 1463-64 schoolear.. :.3 million The coral encrusted objects
also said the two stories or At Northern OhioRuth COUNTY PROSECUTING
were m kindergarten, 31.2 date from the time of Philip V I
,1 i leet \limit, In his opinion, ATTORNEYTAX
million of Spain. Grlesshaber said Se. Ann McKlrarun 2653
1. Gets rid of insectsAn Emerson brings Van
did not mean the same as two level, I 12 4 million in high school veral relics from the time when Bur n, Naples, has been elected COLLECTORTAX

application of new BOOST w ipes out harm. compact cabinet/ stories and 30 feet. and 4,3 million in milage pro pirates and Spanish Conquistadors treasurer of the Northern Ohio ASSESSOR

ful insects cutworms, !sod uetmorrm, size to console/ Board member recalled that r"'ilonoilsch'1 l sailed the seas off South University chapter of Delta Zetaat SUPERVISOR: OF REGISTRAT1ON .
they asked(; Council to eliminate Florida will be among the Items Ada, Ohio according to word
chiggers ticks, fleas, ants and a host of color/ televisionTwo In the historical display, he add. received here yesterday.In I COUNTY: COMMISSION-

others. Tough on insects but kind to grass. great new dimensions in THIS MUST CMSEFLY ) ed.
3 SEATS
viewing plusurt-m'l1Ilflcent Research on the Spanish gal.
.
Baltimore, tre old Mount
Emerson color television and GREAT AGGRAVAtloty.5 ( leon Indicates it was sunk in SCHOOL ROAKI)-2 SEATS
2. Feeds jour lawn Royal Station was dosed in 1961.
new trim and low cabinet sites an explosion occur.
battle when If interested, to qualify

At the same time, your lawn gets a quick con provides Advance full 24.000 power volts color of picture chassis :.;:. ., .- Wilt N WE'RE IN NAPLES,. .f'f-.D...." ..., red aboard the ship,Grlesshabersaid. Once considered the most splen. contact the Republican Executive
trolled kind Color.M"ic contrastfor did terminal bull and used by a Collier
feeding the of feeding power power. MCNRoE STA7i Committee of
the sharpest color pictures .: .y "outRE AT : "One cannon ball bent a large single railroad the Baltimore .
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that makes lawns grow thicker, greener with New. 21"* Aluminized Bonded ,L.r u.u' I spike as It pierced the ship and County, P.O. Ilex 891, Na.pies
.1 and Ohio Mount Royal was serving before March 14. Deadline
out causing extra mowing. Shield picture tube-minimizes both are now held together by

New BOOST is easily! apr1 cd:"Treats a 50' x glare. Simplified tuning, control NflPLE fhRllN S A,1.. the same piece of coral. A only 200 commuters a day for filing It March 17.
and exclusive Perm loll found sticking In when It shut down.
musket ball was was (Paid Political( Adv.)
50' lawn in about 15 minutes Costs only permanent(fine tuning.Variable of helmet and several h--'
$5.95. Phone for bass and treble control for a piece
immediate delivery. barshots were among the --
rare
desired tonal balance. Authentic
/ cabinet stylmgs of * I antiques recovered from the
handcrafted hardwoods in an galleon." Crletshabar said FLY NAPLES:
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Senior HighSix

thrilling acts that have been
get outstanding hits on' various tele. +.
.i.in vision shows will be featured In frt

: the Kiwanis sponsored TV Thrill
iiwr i- ; J 4 LL'r Drama Show at the Senior High

r Ps School this evening Auditorium at 8 o'clock

The Ken Griffin Show which
came hljhly'Vecomniended to (the
IOi'all Klwanls Club was presentedthis
afternoon at 4 o'clock as a l
matinee and will be repeated this I
evening
"The TV Drama
Revue," said Phil Drunk, KI.
wants chairman of the affair, S s
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A L t citing a show that tingles
your spine with danger, stirs
up wonder and amusement, and
"THOSE GAY, ENDEARING FRENCHMEN the Varel 1965 Naples Community Concert Association will be gives you something to talk

and Bailly Chanteurs de Paris, will wind up the 1964 admitted. Memberships, available this week only, are about."

Community Concert season in a blaze of Gaellic $7.50 for Adults, $3 for Students, $45 for Patrons, Proceeds will from be used the In con presentation :..

gaiety Saturday, March 14, in the auditorium of the who receive four memberships. Four concerts ara munlty service by the club.

Naples Senior High School. Varel and Bailly are guaranteed for the January-February-March 1965 sea

France's top song-writing team. Their songs hev* son, including the world-famous Vienna Choir Boys WillsonShaw ;:

been Introduced and sung by such world-famous entertainers Checks should be made payable to the 1965 Naples Reverend Ledles Bargo offl. T

as Edith Piaf, Genevieve, Lena Horne, Jac Community Concert Association, and can be either elated at the East Naples Bap. .. .. -- '

queline Francois, Patachou and a host of others. A handed to a campaign worker, or dropped off at tist Ramona Church Clydell for the WUlson wedding to of CANDID CAMERA catches Director Len duction, set for March 20 nd. 21 ;t-

capacity house Is anticipated for Saturday, as not only the Bank of Naples, headquarters for the drive. School I
Charles Monroe Shaw on Friday. Latham studying a manuscript of 'Our the Junior High ,
this year's members, but also new members of the The bride, a graduate of Na. Town," the Naples Players next pro-
Senior School
pies High worea
tablish a league for Senior Citizens blue nylon street length dress,

Cheerful Losers Senior Citizens DelightIn der" and tournament what he called for singles a "lad., blue accessories.matching Her veil bouquet and white was Cape Cod de,. Again

Crown Champion which would soon be under way. blue and white carnations.
It was Indiana's day for the I
Ramona was attended by Sylvia
WeightDropperThe club and members from that state
Cox whose dress was of
All-Female Minstrel"Mary took their places In front nylon with silver bodice and blue
Club Our Town9where
Cheerful Losers of the hall to the strains of skirt. Directs
held a banquet at the Elks "On the Banks of Wabash." Pre.
The best man was an asso
Club Monday, March 2, crown- A minstrel show complete with had a little lamb. sident Stanley Bennett explained elate of the groom,Tollle All red. BY FRANK OTTE In 1032 he helped' launch Vents, and we grew strong walk.
ed the champion weight loser olio but with an all-female cast, She placed It on the shelf'that when an attempt was madeto The bride's parents are Mr. It's a far piece from Naplesto the Naples Players, sponsoredby big miles to school without bene.
( 42 pounds ) as' Our Queen", highlighted Monday's meeting of And everytlme it wagged Its tail obtain an Indiana flag the one and Mrs. Louis WUlson of 1243 Cape Cod; nobody knows that the Junior\ Woman's Club. Un. fit of buses. Prices are higher
and awarded prizes to the run- the NaplesSenlorCltlzensClubin It smacked Its little self." delivered, "rolled up," turned Brookside Dr., Naples, and the better than the Len Lathams. der his direction came 1 Remem. now. Out you'll get more than
ner-up and others who had attained the auditorium of the Woman's In the course of the club'i out to be the Illinois flag groom's parents are Mr and Each spring since 1961, they have ber Mama, Call It a Dathe, your money's worth when pick.
weight loss goals.It Club at which 220 were present.The brief business meeting,members Former President Earl Fritch Mrs. Adolphes Monroe Shaw of been making the trek. Should you Curious Savage and In 1902 re. Ing up tickets for "Our Town"
was the meeting of the ladies, dressed In white, voted unanimously on a motion directed the singing In the absence Cedartown, Ga.Following happen to be one of those perl peat of I Remember Mama. which opens on Friday, March
have been rehearsing for weeks made last week by C.A.Weeks, of Jack Homer and introduced a honeymoon trip, gourmands who Included The NunlM Players have come 20, and continues on Saturday
when members haveto patetlc
year did not and, with resort to black-face, the club's first president to do- the lady minstrels In the couple will make their homeIn the Cape, It's most likely you a long way since those days the 21st at the Junior High S hool.
"weigh in" but the threatof carried off their jokes and songs nate $100 to the Woman's Club their settlngofthe"KornyCafe". Clearwater dined at one of Its most popu. 12 years ago; Len has had a Tickets are available at the Dook
a seat in the pig pen"at "letter and music perfect," ac. for the use of Its quarters during Mr. Shaw Is associated with the I lar restaurants, LATHAMS at share in their iucr... .. Now he Nook, Camera Shop, Dunbar's
the next meeting helped the cording to members. the season, and also transfer St Ann's Annual missile range station at Tarpon Drewster. You might not have directs "Our Town," his third Office Supplies, (House of High
ladles to remember the objectof Mrs. Adelaide Palmer actedas $200 from the current checking Springs where he was recently seen Len because, as a chef time in this his favorite play; Fidelity, Gifts and Yarn Bazaar,
production director with Mrs. account to the club's Ham Dinner Set The Peach Store, The Gallery
the club. permanent transferred from Marco Island. extraordinary, the kitchen was first at Wellesley and later at ,
Officers for the next six- Marguerite Ray in charge of savings account. Treasurer Wil. his forte while the ever genial Norwell both in Massachusets. and DuColl Tile.
month period were Installedat costumes and Mrs. Pearl Gurney liam Kollmeyer had reported For ThursdayThe Dorothy welcomed you to a table. Naples Is lurky to have Lou La.'
the meeting.A handling music at the piano. $342.08 In the treasury before annual ham dinner spon- Susan Eddy Is Whatever your selection I hope tham not only as a permanent COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
for the club had Coming on the heels of the Monday's collection taken up. sored by St. Ann's Home and didn't miss Len's luscious retiree but also as a master of
spokesman you 1961H
10.
a thank you" for the Elks three-night minstrel productionby Vice President Walter Harris, School Association will be held Candidate For Lobster bisque with popovers.It's theatrics. Lucky also, to have Tuesday, March
the Jaycees at the Naples chairman of the special corn. Thursday March 12, at the "Our Town", Thornton Wtlders
Club for a "wonderful' dinner Junior High School,Assistant Re. mlttee on the picnic, announcedthat Woman's Club from 5 also a far cry from Wall Pulitzer Prize Play. Who betterto W. CLOUSER
and to the ladles who' workedso creation Director Ron McCune the affair will take place Naples 'Miss Southern' Street finance to chafing and understand Its tempo?Decause rrprCNtnlmf theMITHOfOUTAN
hard to make the banqueta and family furnished the olio in Thursday at Lowdermllk Park to 8 p.m. club management. Dut years ago, "Our Town", Is Americana in lifE

success." the same manner It had been starting at 11:30 a.m. Tickets will be available at LAKELAND Susan Mary New York's jostling subways and 1001.Lon (like a lot of us) can re. I MWt.INSURANCE.. *.WHM, Mv COMPANY. ,... 1*.N.V.
Also there were "thanks" to given at the Jaycee production.Mrs. Former President Arthur the door, with donation set at Eddy of Naples is among nine the hapless taxis brought the member our boyhood days of that Life and Personal Accidentand ''
the following merchants who' McCune and the three Me. Everts again called members' $2 for adults and $1 for child- coeds at Florida Southern Col. Lathams to leave all this carnagefor era. when eggs were onlya Health Insurance
donated gifts to be awarded as Cune boys sang a medley of attention to the Hobby Show ren. The dinner is open to the lege who have been nominated for a more likeable life In New dime a dozen, a haircut 15 r, 0 n"s Ml" 110.l
to successful weight los- songs, Including the familiar scheduled for next Monday and public. the campus title of "Miss South. England at Wellesley Hills Coun. -
prizes "Down by the Riverside" with said the house committee and Drain bottled hortcradish extremely ern of 1964." try Club. From this management
and In the
ers winners party McCune accompanlng them on the the hobby committee had ar. well before adding it to The winner will be chosen in to LATHAMS own at Cape Cod FOR BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND
games played at the banquet: guitar ranged to set up the tables for a secret poll of the student body was a natural step and continued
whipped cream for a sauce to
Dor-Len; W.T. Grant; Alexan Members of theSenior Citizens exhibits beginning at 9 a.m. The with beef Don'lforlet and crowned March 13 as a until Len and Dorothy sold out INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS1 -
rout
der's: Dorothy's Fifth Ave.; Club were ribbed by whlte-faced, show proper will run from I pm serve to add a pinch of .alt In feature of the college's 79th fcr a permanent retirement. at 1
Chris-Tal; Fran's Hair Design be-sklrted Interlocutor and end to 4 p.m. annual Founders' Week program. Naples.
; Naples Sporting Goods; "men" and guessed "Bob" Harry Constance for the Shuf. beating the cream. If ybu have a The candidates were selectedon ; G. Edwards & Sons
Don's G rocery;Fish House Din- Adams as the author when the fol. fleboard tournament committee amall spiral beater you can the basis of personalityschol. So strangely does life fit
er Publix Kwlk-Chek; Kelly lowing verse was Introduced; reported that it was hoped to es easily beat the email amount of arshlp and campus leadership.Miss one Into unusual avocatlonal pat. Wishes to announce a Stock Market Course
;
; cream needed for the acute was nominated by terns, and so true with Len who
Road Beauty Shop; Betty's; her sorority Eddy Alpha Chi Omega A found stage directing an interest. which will commence on Thursday, March 12.
Thing Ama Jigger; Edyth's senior majoring In elementary log though difficult, hobby.This This "Introduction To Every Phase of Market Op

Beauty Shop; Grace Lake Flor- education, she Is captain of the all started more than 25 years eration" Is offered by Ann Harvey and will be
ist; Naples Florists; Vlncys FSC cheerleaders. ago when part-time chef Latham
Pizza-Spaghetti House: She Is the daughter of Mrs. believed that he also could cook up of 10 weeks duration.
Ritchie's Market; Sawyer's William S. Eddy, 205 5th St. N. something pretty good by help. Conducted one evening a week at A. G. Ed.

Carpet and Tile; Food Bank; and the late William S. Eddy. log Players to direct Club and the then Wellesley the Pa. wards & Son'i office at 643 5th Ave South, in
House of High Fidelity Big-
ley's Inc., Hoovers; Fabric; Tossed greens make a won rlsh Players At Cape Cod, Len the Peppard Building. The course Is offered at

Man; Sunshine; Beach Store; c.4 derful lunch Iliad when they have ties transferred to the his Darnstable histrionic Comedy actlvt. only $25.00. Call
the addition of anchovies bacon
Party Pantry; Palm Pharmacyand Club. There he handled the Little

Wimp's Texaco.Jaycee t anchovy and hard-cooked filet In eggs small Cut pieces the., the Foxes Curious, Arsenic Savage and and Old others.Lace, A. G. Edwards & SonsAt

crumble the crisply cooked bacon
Minstrel # '(' and chop the eggs before tossing All this, of course, made himan MI 24128 For Full DetailsTODAY'S

) ji; f1r with dressing the greens and French available maestro at Naples
Cracks Records -
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Nose than 1,200 persons yji40."4
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intended the ninth annual Jaycee rs l"tf+ ..
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minstrel show In the Junior High CONCERTS E" fr'J'
School Auditorium. Saturday BEST OPPORTUNITY
night drew the largest crowdIn
the history of the event when ?
100 extra, seats were put In
and many stood In the aisle to w >< .".; I''f ;"". .
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watch the show On Thursday ,fI' I, 'WJJ3 .
"JIJ' ,, (o
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night the minstrel to { ,
played a '': ,;,'... L.'I'"
small crowd, but Friday night I> 4If..,
found few empty seats t; ,.(Pull'of M'lko '
,
(osT wta at.caeact.
R was estimated this morning ):?It.'O." ,J ... 'Ii, ."1,.'; :'.
by a spokesman for the club :.. 't; ;fw
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that gross receipts would j .: .
probably approximate $2,900, al. e / n J"- tit> .100m'" IIACH
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.
though It was said It would be f ;.. ..

several plete financial days picture before the would com.be "PLEASE TELEPHONE"Membership person or by phone ((2.2661)), as memberships -

known. The show Is the money Co-Chairman Carol (Mrs. John) Pulling are pouring in at such a rate

making project through which the (right) makes sure Campaign Worker that the drive may come to a sudden aACaoAO t
Naples Jaycees finance their va. }{
end before its scheduled conclu r
rlous civic projects. Leila (Mrs. Carl) Prime has Communi. long POINCIANAL

ty Concerts' private number, as New sion Saturday, March 14th. Headquarters Uh0 COaroAAnQ80NITA

York Representative Byron Bray lookson. for Community Concerts' YMI.VIM SPRINGS

At yesterday's kick-off breakfastat 1965 membership drive is the Bank of

the Beach Club Hotel, campaign Naples. Dues are $7.50 for Adults,
workers were cautioned to check In $3.00 for Students, $45.00 for Patrons CHOICE ACREAGE WATERFRONT PROPERTIES -

WATER daily at drive headquarters either in (who receive four memberships). River
several either Estero
in parcels of forty or more acres are being offer parcels on or Ostego

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Vietnam m Zanzibar et al, et against the U.S. at a bargain
New Hampshire's In The Limelight TodayThe al and i-t al! The basic problem ing tool to get more money But
it that plrh.IJ'S| too many In thet they had iuccecded In keeping
: : S. State Department areas the mob In check However the

eyes of the nation will be on Hampshire primary a inconclusivetest Ww d lell'nsh'n'Icwers, Ciistro,Kremlin agents built on
very
/ this basis, further exciting the
New Hampshire today as residents of for the several candidates who hopeto On T\ the poor wretched Panamanians,

that state troop to the polls to vote in get the nod as presidential nomineeof food |uy w P no cheap doubt Panama helped by rum.good, strong

the first presidential primary election to the Republican party at its national always"bad win. see

be held this year in the United States. convention.But C ; 5A5 t The guys" may I It seems apparent the Panamanian .

The results of the election will be of .4 open up witha government did not
regardless of how the voting multitudeof t want thing to (o to far This

vital interest to Republicans (after all, turns out, the candidates and their sup guns but when U evidenced ten Castro by agitators the fait that

it is a GOP presidential primary) but In the end the were
porters are likely to find some favorable"slgn" If spotted by U.S. security ofllrert. .

Democrats also will be watching with that can be used to "sell" their a ; doe"food fuy not I the Panama military
force did not henitate
to take
01Sr but:
hoot,
interest. man in future primaries throws away c w n.rn.r hem Into custody Thus, Itwas
Many professional politicians are con sle his and armed only purely a rae' where for.
weapon
The Democrats will be watching the
1 clgn politicians, hoping to
IIIIt'l to gain
vinced the outcome of the race between rr with virtue uses his
dollar, toned' the wind
New Hampshire voting because there rhaotUe the 'had gule" who and
GOP presidential hopefuls will reaped the whirlwind
mean
thclrwa
the error c f
has developed to write-in then see<<
a campaign *
little since there i Hut that l tll T\'. While virtue'
are so can :
many
very Robert F, Kennedy as the Demo vice may triumph on 1H N unfortunate And imimdiMcly domestic:
didates on the ballot that no one candi International relation C.tckpnls, | who tiled to cstab-

date will get enough votes to prove real presidential nominee The late Presi- V do not quite work that H.\y, lists tin Castro lining ait.sin
dent's brother has a potent organization \ nf n PicnuUnlv.u' mollified\ :
popularity with the voters. I bn right: wing sought to tell
working In his behalf, including the Tin Pmtim.i iiuidinl, is 1\
Idea AI'l'ricalwCl'e
re The 1960 census gave the State of s'J inrfcct cai hlsloiTlio pus Bible for the murderous
of the state The General attack,
governor Attorney
r hUll
New Hampshire a population of 605,921 erning cUiiiit! "f Panimn .
supposedly is of the r wonted to b'xitjuk n
unaware
campaign long
1f home have tried to establish!
(about the same number of residents as bigger: ml old "f the'll1al'l| \
in his behalf but President that It wan wrong for .\merlraniniing
the City of Pittsburgh) and of this number r'u'nlll'IOn the lJlIlll"f mmiulbitumens ..trr* l.i lake pride In the
Johnson and other leading Democratswell thhll\ l' n> iKwent
,\merlianfUg\ Mime have tried
only about 100,000 Republicans and lomoid 'In Hiohl
Sntho
know this is not so. It is an attemptto |.. Impute I lit' maintaining n>.
about 35,000 Democrats are expected to l>ei''pU', a |"'\'cituliukiii CK'ell.obll' lent Mi hug Klandards I1 I,S, ..fliilaN .
make Kennedy's popularity and stature mob with .1 high drgrci'| In
"anal 7ono
cast votes today. Actually, no one ex tf ,lIth'I'IH't .....l11l'1II1WIIwll' rnrarrrananianlaiiH
that Hum, to '
so Democrats will mold
great literally
nali1.nal;I hoiK'i i I- his ..1\| "'il.
the of the .I.c '
pects outcome GOP presidential .e this klliiall.in. they' IIHI should
be forced to nominate him as candidatefor *
.
Iii ilike
primary to accurately reflect how vice president on the party's ticket ; In dealing with (axlrii I',s, peon See

the rest of the nation will vote butif has ompromlseri, paid out ran. And so (Olt' slip t i ,\ iv 'M'iw'| ,tied
a single candidate makes great So a great deal will be riding on the ; tom, feelinglrtue will nan all liter tin u n Id, where I
any whims and fancies of New reward, Her in the Kremlin 1111'IIl'l' dull,:' ninety( poll!
Hampshirevoters
showing of strength today it can be :'" + # f Y they do not watch ,'ml'rll'llll 1\ In'i ins II\IM illiloinlc peoples

used to great advantage by supportersin today, The Republicans hope to t : KO ('uha gate them a ported .55

future come out of the primary with a winning opportunity t<> train ,a lot i primary campaigns. lealnt how In rake and M lime to stand lirm, When-
Goldwater and Rockefeller are supposed candidate In the November general elec. PET DOCTOR cane other than the sugar kind ever gangsters Inflame an III it.

tion Supporters of Robert Kennedy hopeto Today In WashingtonBY 5. crate moli, fnn'e. not Ingle,,\ U
to be the outstanding entries in By A W MolUr D.V M. So.onic' of i these tl.ihu'ra gi a.!" ceded lo Jlf(' I'fr peaie
take the first toward ,., ... ,,
the Republican race, but Lodge, Nixon step pressuringthe to II "" II" "I ""

and others have large followings, too. Democratic National Convention into THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The plethora of GOP candidates, plus naming him to share the ticket with THIS CURIOUS WORLD

the disadvantage of a blanket-size ballot President Johnson, WASHINGTON (AP)-Jn the A check of the wage account 1M

that should confuse even the most intelligent It will be interesting to see what hap- news from Washington items received during the July. eo NVtt RA/LRO,40, NEBRJ.SI WAS<5utfcKEARNEY A.
September quarter of 1963
voter may well make the New pens In the Granite State today. DEFENSE has stamped MONEY its final Con. showed 19 items where people C PACTFICRAtQO ( / Mites 1oN '

,.,.... ... ____ cress approval AND
>k'>'6:<" ""'" used the number 07805.1120, a
--' billion defense O
on a $17 ONE TRIP
(
"Fh',' ."' "' 1'. v'. ,> ,"f. <"N< .".. V authorization bill the largest 21 spokesman said. He added that WAS EVER AUOB
In peacetime history. people used that number OVER a-,. .MO11i4T
Included In the measure sent during the second quarter of eYATRAJM
Monday to President Johnsonwas last year and 24 during the first 6OI<'ROWEOr

tI! $52 million which the Air quarter. c, M.RQot.D.

Force asked for research l .
on a
. . . .. new bomber for the 1670s. U.S..LIBYA The State De. t a,>, fwAS Au ttNeIN :

U. OPINION partment says the United 'tHAT 1k
Youth Both houses had earlier voted
vs. AgeGrowing States Is OWNERS Ml6HrauKT
"prepared to discussat
M
the funds, in a slap at the John.
PainsSometimes When young you do a lot of son administration which had any time" the 1954 agreement II M HANDfScwio ScWa
thinking.. that permits It to main.
wishful When you are old you asked only $5 million for research ... Ctl06loCaRQVCR ,
you can straighten out a do a lot of thoughtful wishing. on the bomber. tain a military base In Libya '"

youngster by tending over him. -THE FLEMINOSBtRO (KY.) But a spokesman denied Mon. Q, How con I help my dog get (fex)
i .THE: TROT (ALA.) HERALD SOCIAL SECURITY SNAFU day that any formal communi. '
TIMES DEMOCRAT : rid of hn cold? H. doer a lot of @,
cation had
been received from
The Social Security U is Administration the Libyan government. News sneezing and oxcationally hit wee'VtsoeaY fwesoeytT '
say straighteningout
nose gets SluHy and ho hoi trou, WHO B11ER ''d J
the accounts of people 'ehb>' dispatches from Libya had reported CNAe A4gS :
,
others say used as their Social SecurtlJ the government of the bl.breathing. Mrs Donpld Mormon N40ERl51H6 TEall ._,

[ ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSOn number one placed on a sam. North African nation had asked Winnipeg, Manitoba otcor '

", pie Social Security card in wal. the United States and Great ry.se.
Britain to start talks on liquid; A. The virutttholcauithhvmon' r
thc'VoUtlcHl I Scene... lets sold by a chain store in 6
1938. tlon of their Libyan bases. cold do not oH.ct dogs o. lor 01 wt a. ,

r know On IS: oHitr hand, thf or. ve SNAKE
- - - - - - - .
canine ditordcrt which hove the same
Q' HAVE NO effSUOSf
or similar symptoms' oithhumoncold
TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA THe eye e< ARe covaeepStamps
{ In torn instances the anuses' nasal
eYATRV4sntasNT3gt
l ,. 100 YEARS AGO membranes and tonsils may' b* ollctd :QON CfI Tile 6W i'f "
s Fortunately, w. ha... available. QJT'CR SHIN.
By Florida Library & Historical Commlitlon vorloul ontl.bloMci which will mat

i Civil War Centennial Commit. short work of the Ill..,. Your vtr|

e. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ narion con prctcrib, I the proper mdlcation ,

Don try to treat the symptoms' '
March 10 Federal General Gillmore in communication
a yourself 01 you will b* waiting tim*

1 to Washington, lays, "The value of Florida to the and causing linn"...ary catering
A enemy has been overlooked by us by a great extent. I am In The I IAP News

convinced that they have drawn from the counties along .3:

1 the line of the Fernandina and Cedar Keys Railroad an News/eofure I

average of two thousand head of cattle per week duringthe By STD KRONISH
"
past >'ear. STRICTLY A SPECIAL memorial stamp featuring portrait of the
The Federals occupied Palatka this morning without FRESHA
( j late President Yitzhak Hen ZIV will be issued Israel
3. opposition.. They have not yet ascertained the location of by
.. i IM Ij the steamers on the Ocklawaha. Confederate cavalry in April, report the Israel Philatelic Agency in Ameri-

j pickets are nine miles from Palatka. There is also a small task of word to moms children in their ca. Hen Zvi the second president of Israel. succeededthe
controlling
force at Gainesville and approximately a thousand cavalryat if at first don't succeed: late Dr. Chaim Neumann in the latter nart of 1952 It
you
j Starke. The Federals are in need of cavalry and General was Ben Zvi who moved the office .
cry cry again
The Cbrtiu..1111. Wonllor'DOD" Seymour urges( that "as soon as a few companies of the .- _. of the president from Tel

3rd New Hampshire can be mounted they be sent here The man who has the best Aviv to its permanent location I 'e'1

Barry Gold"order ater.Ute. .oysters. .' Rockefeller The Browns are personal) bleeds tt the [Jacksonville] where they will be rapidly instructed." command of the Englishlanguage It in the was capital also announced city of Jerusalem that on


'f- .,' '. )\ie{ ;," 1 the same day *s the ,issuanceof .
r. :"a NO
the Ben Zvi
tamp, there will
Subsidized ScandalAn COMMENT be a set of three commemoratingthe
'WA MORATADIR .
'I 1'1 ''II I 16th anniversary of Israel's
\ .
OBOLUS Y
independence. The theme of this
official litthe U. S. Employment 10 per cent of the unemployment benefit' AGAMI.POTtNTetG.FL.r.r."IA year' independence series will

Service has spoken out against Alleged Outdated requirements and loopholes in 'I be "Contributions of Israel to
ACROSS
abuse in our unemplojment-insuiance pl'O. the unemployment laws make it far too 25 Heaven) S L. t t. T C D. I K I N G Science" The summer Olympic

grams. In the February issue of the Atlantic easy for women ho are pregnant, whose I. Blue grass body.. PET s I N G r. Games in Tokyo will be hilled

Monthly magazine the author of husbands make good salaries or who don't 4, Sail 27 Annex MAYOR 'W I IN... with a set of four new stamps

this crfticiem: whose name for obviouA leally ant to work to collect the benefits 7 Crustacean 28 Serving A L. r. S. BAND A G r. is the one who which will be released in June

reasons remains anonymous, expose. the In all but 10 states, retired workers are 11, Pique dishes I tt r. N. H A N G. R 0 D knows when. to. keep. still .

nature and extent of unemployment abuse allowed to draw good retirement pay a' 13,, Demigod 30 \\ IIUcism f. X I \L E. D r. L. I D r. Reverse psychology is Norway will issue two new
1 has seldom before been revealed. well as unemployment compensation. Most 14,, Scolder 33 Electric stamps honoring the centenary ">f
R I T U A L R I S r. N when a gardener decides to
Every taxpayer should be interested in states have ridiculously low base-wage requirements 15,, Copycat the 34 particle, Result NED D Y 5 P E: T. plant weeds and see if the the presentation of the "l.w of
Ib River 10 mass action" by Professors Cato
hearing his He his article which the
ctory. begins open unemployment- flowers won't choke them
Hhe 35 Nucha SOLUTION O* YISTMDAT PUZZLE M. Guldberg and Peter Sage in
"The
Scandal in Unemployment Insurance insurance door to "part time workers out.
17 ,\nd not J6 Hauls Oslo Scientific
Society The
," by citing a few recent examples. housewives, students and just plain loaf 19 Goddess 38 Calmer DOWN S, Father of 38 ore olive green and 55 ore
A young society bride in New York ers" ruropa A husband told his wife
mischief Ironwood yellow brown stamps will depict
whose husband than Thirty-fue states allow 1 More 6. Nocturnal I who wanted to estimate
is earning more $10- people to draw 20 Sunbeam 41. Livery refined a double portrait of the professors and Kaage is a well-known

000 per year began collecting: unemploy. unemployment checks for quitting their 21 Cliques 42 Ostrich 2, The end animal their their income cost of and living add to take taken from their busts by theorv used today for a variety of
about
ment benefits a few days after the wed. jobs; 32 permit benefits even though K 23. Legal 43, Fr, summer 3. Monastery 7 Rolled tea 30 centCOLLIER sculptor Stinius Frednksen. purposes in the field of chemistry

ding An employe fired for embezzling person has been fired for misconduct; 37 practice 44 Short- 4 F.g"PI 8, Refunded per The l law of mass action, as presented and chemical engineering.As .

company funds in Oregon immediately states allow the unemployed to continuereceiving 9' Rugged by Professors Guldberg .
24, Supports napped cotton ,' ., .. -o,,.. ,
started collecting unemployment benefit benefits after refusing suitable cretu aiw'.a: ,'. '
paid for by his former employer A retired employment 10 Dulls column.: Great Britain will issue
The l i.. 4 s 1 a f I. !persons COUNTY NEWS special: stamps commemoratingthe I
executive in Ohio who receives $7,000 author maintains that actual fraud
is U: Play b)' MICHAEL CHANCE. Edt, Publihr,. 400th anniversary of the
year ID stock dividends collects unem quite rare in the unemployment
per pro II IZ I' THOMAS MAYER A..ocit. Editor birth of ,
ployment Workers not content with gram The problem is that our laws-written aprk; MARSHALL WYATT, Adv "' .n..r They will William also be Shakespeare
Issued In 12
18.
$6.16-per hour in wages at a Rhode Island in 19S3 and 1935-are outdated Few I. IS 21 Interprets HENRY HOFFMAN, Mch Supt British or British-admimsterad

plant collect unemployment while they'reout of the loopholes han been plugged. Most Fencing DAVID HERMANSON Circ Director territories

on strike. of the amendments made over the years I iT m 11 IS. T2&;;:;n MRS LESLIE LOUISE BODEEN DAUB., Circulation Offic Mgr Mar, ben w, ,"| cads tl, tit *..t. bud o* Bechuanaland.- Antigua Mont,*mat.Dominica St.,

The Employment Service official write have been designed to liberalize the benefits Th.sae U 23, Cudgel PETER SHUTTS C.ted. MfrPuah Tilt.utgotragusessa'ossidesway' Lucia British Virgin Islands,

that "these scenes are becoming more and rather than to curb abuses. 25, Poor .n4 daily.. : tllac. Monday I WANT TO HOLD YOUR Cayman Islands, Falkland

more common throughout the nation." Unemployment Summing up, he says : "Many expert .r- lJ __ n posture the end Collier Saturday County In Publishing Co by, HAND, Beetles Islands Gambia, Gibralter,
checks eneed / p. '. Ine. 741 Twtith, Avenue, South Na. SHE LOVES YOU, Botl. Turks Islands
.are going, he says rr* emplo> ment-security people feel that 26: Snarl pl... '1.,. JJWO M.il" address P O and the Bahamas.
an "avalanche of honeymooners, vacationers 30 per cent of the current unernplovpien j lS Z6 1' :27 Fervid 8. 17J7Ttltphon, DAWN (Co Away), Four The date of issuance will be

retired people. pregnant women and insurance claimants could be legi latetrbff I' 111 a7t 26: H.irv' *, Midway. IJ107 for oil S.o sees April 23.Haiti .
.
department .
free-loaders." the dole with no moral injustice Involved 19. 29 Folio. . PLEASE, PLEASE ME, e

jBrobably the greatest area of abuse, he If this 30 per cent saving' could then be! fT lA Jf 30 Estate Subscription Rate BootiesJAVA. has announced that sea

'slyc Involves women. When the unemploy applied to the task of retraining men and 11 31 Music .d..nc.By errlr or mail, pybl In Hirt tamps were overprinted and
FUN FUN FUN, Beech Boys given a states In the
of
honor
taent-insurance laws were written, there women who are legitimately attached to 16 JI drama On. Yea $11 Six Month I'M
NAVY BLUE centenary of the Red Cro.s. The
Thr Month. 53.15.Member R.II.yCALIFORNIA
were very few women in the labor force. (the labor market and whose skills hate 32 Semesters
4. of Th* Aiocltd Pr.... SUN. additional) value! on the *Uo>p*
ToUT one out of four women works, and become obsolete, some real progress could 3111' 3}. Ship- which. I'a ntitld exclusively to the Rilros will go to help the victim :at die

female job turnover I ii three times as great be made" Jr Ir .. shaped dock ut....for Km rpublKtion printed In this of all piper local e*I In. GOOD "NEWS, Cooko hunkan Flor*. The overprint

at for men. Though women comprise just Sounds like a good Idea The Dalla- 37 Ocean ...il a all AP news di p.tch**, SEETHE FUNNY UTTLt were on the *"*,which show*i.

.20 per cent, of the labor force, they draw (Tex.) Morning News. Fur hm* 24 mm AI '" ."..." 39 Meadow th*Entered.Poet Office a*'second*t. N.pUt class wetter Florid at, CLOWN. Geldalere portrait, ,
barley under Act *f March J, 117, and the,
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Tuesday, March 10, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
Shufflers Learn New Steps From Lew GreenTh
Welshes, Guy and Bea Tern- Shufflers next Saturday even-
Gift,
A Scout NotesBY perton, Al and Dorothy Easton, Ing, March 14, and has pro-
local square dancers under the leadership of DI and of the Florida Crack Pots Is after the Shuffler dance In Na- John and Betty Osborne, Dill mised a session"Hot Hash".

were augmented by guests to Elsie Wolf, originators of the being planned as soon as a suit- ples.Guests end Marge Deason. Allen and Castle usually draws a big attendance -
make eight sets for last Saturday's Florida Crack Pots. Few details able hall canbe found,possibly, were Arthur and Murl Marie Call, Henry and Emily when he calls for the
MRS E. W. TIMBERLAKE dance DI.oU In the Miami Harrison, Rock Island Ill. DI
Publicity ...'" In the Shufflers'Hall. of the Initiation cere- Slid Wright, all from Fort Myers. local square dancers, and this
Lew Green was the call monies are available, as the International Airport. and Elsie Wolf of the Dixie Also Floyd and Ina Laws of dance_ houldbe-aa exception.
t I er, and with him, from Miami, new members danced behind During the intermission Twirlers club In Miami, Jack Chicago, John andJolaShrewsbury It will be In the Shufflers'
was his attractive wife, Carol locked doors, and, it is rumor' Shuffler president Harold and Phlla Naylor of North Fort of Naples, Ed and Lillian Hall, Naples Federal Savings
Some four million Girl' Camp. Contact Mrs. .Tim- who danced with the unattached ed, In the dark. A convention Glazer presented Past Presi- Myers, Henry and Lilt Wilson Janda from Flint, Mich., and Building 900 Fifth Avenue
Scouts will be celebrating Girl berlake If you can help In any men. dent pins to Jack Randall, Fred of Vernon Conn., 'i.averne and Henry Sanders South, and starts at 8 p.m,,
Scout Week, March 8th to 16th, way to make the camp a success Green Introduced several new Moose To HoldSmorgasbord Decker, and Lloyd Hill, presidents Helen Hansen. Ruth aid Al Ray Castle will call for the Spectators are welcomed.
all over the world. Special things totheSunshlneShufflers. In! 1960, 61, and 62 res
programs will be planned the On pectively. He then Introduceda North Naples PI.NE.oLA
by One was Hully Gully Square, C \\IIf. TooK rilE .
Individual troops and each girl Troop 211, under the lea- a round dance done in sets of Saturday NightAnother set from the Krtss Kross Civic Board
and'adult member will be dership of Mrs. Ed Belavek club of Fort Myers who attended -
like dance. He
rededicating eight, a square in the series of Moose DROVE rilE ;
herself to this time- and Mrs. R.L. Ackerman Is also featured the Deer Mug smorgasbords will be held Sa. the dance for the purposeof"steallng"theShufners'wall Meets TonightMembers CAR-I-

tested program for developing planning to invite a Brownie Chain, a variation of the Tea turday evening at the Moose Hall of the Board of DI. WERE SWIMf04'' IN t/IIPlES.a. (
better citizenship and home- troop to their meet Ing on March Cup Chain in which the men on the North Trail banner to decorate their hallon rectors of the North Naples Civic -.;( w t
makers.At 19th. Each patrol Is planninga dance the figure Instead of Serving will start at 5:30p.m., the night of March 14, when Association will meet at o'clock ,.1.// WHERE You ARE f ;
this time, the Naples Ser skit based on a Girl Scout the women, as is usually done. and dancing will follow Dona they will sponsor an all-night tonight at the North Naples Fire '. )
vice Team and GlrlScouttroops law, showing how each law may The men who danced it suc- tion is $1.50 for adults and 75 dance at the Lehigh Acres aud- House, Mrs. Doris Nickel, se. ;1' Ft Y Nfll'L.ES /lllll/IIES
would like to thank the Collier be put Into action in dally liv- cessfully were awarded miniature cents for children under 12. The itorium. A number of the Shufflers cretary of the association an.
County News for Its support, ing. Bobwhite Patrol Is pro- plastic beer mugs. affair Is open to the public. are planning to attend. nounced today.

and to thank the editors fortune gramming laws 1 and 2, and Green also gave souvenir Key
Girl Scout column of news. have charge of refreshments. rings to the dancers.

Leaders are again urged to Bluejay Patrol Is portraying Following the regular dance,
report troop activities so that laws 3 and 4, and are making three sets remained to become
the community,which helps fur- placemats for guests. Tum- members of the Crack Pots,
ther Girl Scout program can be bleweed Patrol Is showing how
made aware of the opportun- laws 5 and 6_ can____ be__ n made___ I HAPPY BIRTHDAYTO
ities for each girl who becomesa a part of daUy living, and are
member of a troop. The making name tags for aU guests.
program cannot be carried on The Rose Patrol are working:!
without qualified adult volunteer on laws 8, 9, and 10 and have
leadership, and the Ser- charge of songs and decora- Ih THE
vice Team would like to thank tions. At their regular meet- ..fws
each and every leader, troop Ing, a Court of Honor was heldto y
committee member and mother plan this event, and later
who has assisted Vlkl Belavek showed new

throughout the year. troops More games to the troop. GIRL SCOUTSOF ::7

adults are needed to enlargethe r .
program for our girls; we
welcome and urge every womanto
volunteer to help meet our Troop 212, under the leader-
ambition to let every girl bet- ship of Mrs. Vern Aunt and
ween the ages of seven and Mrs. June Rudy, met Thurs- OUR COMMUNITYiicoff
17 enjoy the benefits of Girl day at the resbyterianChurch.Their .
Scput activities. meeting was opened with
the flag ceremony,and the main
If you have done nothing else topic of the day was the care
through the year to help It troop, and proper usage of the Amer- r
please volunteer for the first ican flag at all times. learn-
Day Camp to be held at Camp ing about the flag and Its pro-
Tlmberford July 13th through per usage Is part of the Signof
17th. Training will be givenIn the Arrow badge. A new
Naples for this event, and project was discussed; making
Carolyn King, 18, University of
for
at least 10 to 15 adults will toys the Migrant Workers
be required for the 100 girls Nursery In Immokalee. Plans Florida freshman from Bartow, is EK
who may register for the Day were made also for Girl Scout new State Watermelon Queen.
Sunday with each member attending She competes in Jacksonville
her own church in Girl March 9.10 for the National
Help Wanted By Scout uniform, as part of Girl Watermelon Queen title at the

United Fund And Scout week observance. 50th Anniversary convention of
the National Watermelon Growers
Civic AssociationThe and Distributor Association.


Fund and Greater Naples Naples Civic United Also. Troop 196, from Ft. Myers, Film On Student MARCH 8 THROUGH 14th
elation are seeking staff admlnls. Neighborhood, Junior troop
tratlon replacements. Mrs. Jane under the leadership of Mrs.
Murray, due to the Illness of Mahala Mattson ( Neighborhood Testing ProgramThis t
Mr. Murray, must give up her 7 chairman )and her co-leader, .
dual assignment as secretary. Mrs. M. Baler, made a tripto Thursday" t _
treasurer of the United Fund and Naples' CampTlmberfordon THE GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Secretary of the Naples Civic Friday for a two-night camp.Twentyseven A film strip with sound pre.
Association. Each job has an an. pared by the College Entrance!:
mad the
girls *
nual salary of $1,800 and each '
trip, and adults Mrs. Frances "Examining Board and the Educa. ARE OBSERVING THE
organization has Its office In the
tlonal Testing Service will be
Osborne, first aid, and Mrs.
United Fund Building on sixth shown Thursday evening, March ,
Ethel Burdette, assistant lead-
Street, South.Requirements.
12, at 8 o'clock In the teacher'slounge
are secretarial er,accompanied the girls. They at the Senior High School.
administration, ability to main. had a special Juliette Low pro- The film will run about 35
tain records, notes of meetings, gram planned for Friday night minutes and Is prepared to give
etc. Work hours are week day around the campfire, a Scouts' students and parents a better
mornings except during the ac. Own program planned for Sun- appreciation of testing as a guld. '
tlve campaign period In the fall. day service,and spent the week- ance measure, rather than a hurdle 52nd Anniversary
Both the United Fund and Civic end learning camping skills to college admission, E. C.
Association staff consider It de. such as lashing, outdoor cookIng Lowe, guidance counselor at the
slrabla to share the cost and em. school, announced.
of various kinds, the use
ploy the same Individual for the "Parents and students can get
of Coleman lantern(Instructor -
two offices. Anyone Interested
a better understanding of what
should contact George Powell, Naples Cadette leader,Mrs,
testing measures and what pre. OF THIS MAGNIFICENT ORGANIZATION
First National Bank, General C. Allen Bibee)types of fire-build- paration Is best, plus valuable
E. Jung at Midway 2-6136 with re. Ing, and how to stack wood needled Information on overall test.tak.
spect to the United Fund,and Fred for each type of fire, safe- Ing strategy," Lowe said .
Unkefe *t Midway 2.2424 with ty measures necessary at any Parents and students are Invlt. .i\'i.\ r"
t'
reference to the Naples Civic camp outing, and the general ed to see the film strip.

Association. facilities available at Camp v4,: WE SALUTE THE GIRL SCOUTS OF OUR COMMUNITY AND URGE

Tlmberford". A wonderful time Edison Dean
Trinity Church was had by all, and the girlsare
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Lake Placid Eliminates Immokalee From TourneyLAKE EvergladesTeam


CompetesAt
PLACID .. The last led while the Dragons had an 3
Collier County schoolboy basket. 18-point lead. .
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ball team was eliminated from The Indians came within 11 a Fort Myers

state tournament play Saturday points In the fourth quarter, but I 6--
night when Lake Placld's Green their rally was stifled by the Everglades High School Track
Dragons overcame Immokalee, home team's ball.control work. ,f 1 coach Phil Larson takes the Ga.
67.52, In the Class C Region 4 Lake Placid moved the ball well, / fORTSJ tors to Lee Junior .senior In
championship game and Immokalee never had a dull t tt Fort Mvers Thursday for atrack

Upstart Immokalee, winner of moment on defense. . meet with Lee and several other
only five games during the re* "We missed enough layups to t schools.
gular season, won the district win the game," Pelham comment. The Oators opened the seasonat
tournament and on Friday 4Id after the final buzzer. The r 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tue day, March 10, 1964 LaBelle last Friday, picking
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night turned in an upset victory Indians also had a rough: night up two first places and scor-
over Frostproof. One more vie at the foul line, making only I tog 27'A points. Larson Is confllent .
tory would have meant a tripto eight of 25 attempts. Immokalee There Could Be Cabinet the Everglades trackmencan
Gainesville for Coach Frank hit 39 per cent from the field, show substantial Improvement .
Pelham's Indians.But but some of their misses were as the season progresses.
Lake Placid won the ticketsto bread and butter shots that a i $ Willard Wooten, heavyset Ga
the state finals with a hard. team rarely can afford to miss. t Post For Olympic SportsNEW tor junior, won the shot put at
to-beat combination of height and Sapp made 10 out of 17 shots the LaBelle with a heave of 39

hot shooting. Andy Sapp, a 6.5 and added two free throws for 22 feet, S'/jlnches. Jimmy Collins
Junior, controlled the back. Lake Placid points. Bullard Join. YORK (AP-Sen. Hu. coal Industry. You can't build finished In front In the half-mile
boards, and the Dragons hit more ed him at 22, as he also hit 10 bert Humphrey has suggested cinder tracks without burning with a time of 2:28. TeammateJohn
than 50 per cent from the field field goals and two foul shots. the appointment of a White coal for cinders." Dickerman was second.onlva
in their friendly home gym Jim Hendrix, the Dragons' third House commission on sports to Rep. Tee And the fiber glass tenth of a second behind Col.
naslum scorer put In 15 points. Lake assay America's weak showing Industry, too. We'd need ml!. llns.
Placid made 29 out of 57 floor In the recent Winter Olympics. lions of glass vaulting poles. Collins, Charlie Goff, David

EARLY LEADA shots during the game. Included was a massive pro. Rep. Gee Why Import vault. Barton, and Dickerman made up
good sized contingent of Rutledge had 19for 1m m ok alee, gram to build Olympic-type Ing Poles. Don't we have enough the half-mile relay team that won
Immokalee followers whooped It Pollock 14, Thomas 12, Bill Drl. sports facilities In all parts of vaulting Americans?" third place with a time of 1:57.:
up in the first quarter as their ver five, and Julian Williams the country to train future com. Sen. Zee "We can't let the Dickerman took third In the pole
team established a 12.8 lead. points. Pollock, Driver,and Wil. petltors. Russians get ahead of us. I hear vault with a 9'10" effort.
Jerry Rutledge, Lamar Pollock, hams, all seniors, played in Hearing rumors that some they're applying their rocket Butch Hughes broad.Jumped
and Harley Thomas showed good their final high school basketball i lawmakers thought this inade. techniques to the pole vault to 16'3 3.4" to place third In that

accuracy in the early going, but game. quate, the peeping reporter bor. sling their men higher." event. Wooten picked up a fifth
they cooled off.Immokalee's. Pelham's team showed real de. rowed Floyd Patterson's false Rep. Queue: The refrigeration place In the discuss with a 98.
last lead was 13. sire and hustle throughout moustache and beard and set Industry has been weak with so foot throw, and Goff placed fifth

12, and Lake Placid hit the last the tournament, working the ball about eavesdropping In an ex. many people not keeping up In the 100-yard dash with a time
four shots It took in the first well and hitting well on their elusive Washington club where payments on deep freezers. Of 12.1 seconds.of .
quarter to go out In front, 2015. shots. Immokalee's good tour. NOT TOO ELATED over the result as somewhere. From left, they are Doug representatives speak only to They could convert to skating

Then the home team scored the nament showing took some of the told on the Scoreboard, Immokalee's Glidden, Buddy Parnell, Jerry Rutledge senators and senators only rinks-and all the bobsled and Gary Player

first three times It got the ball disappointment out of a losing basketball team acknowledged crowd's (partly hidden), Glenn Lambert, Lamar speak. ski courses In the South would
In the second period to make season The Indians'final record Sure enough, the roundtable have to be refrigerated the year
it 2515. was 8.U.: cheers for a job well done Saturday Pollock, Julian Williams, Bill Driver conversation concerned the round. Wins PlayoffAt

Doing the damage in this point 4 Teams night In Lake Placid. Home team wona (hidden behind Williams), Harley Olympics. Listen Rep. Aye "Deep freezers

binge were Sapp and Steve $ul. Cage trip to the state finals by beating Thomas, Rex Ashley, Coach Frank Rep. Tee: "I'm In favor ofHumphrey's Don't "mention them In Wash. PensacolaPENSACOLA
lard. The latter was program. Why Ing-ton.
particularly
dangerous with a jump shot from Square Off For Immokalee, and Indian players would Pelham, and Billy Skinner. there Isn't a downhill or slalom Sen. Exel "I hear they already Fla. (AP)-Be.

the side that Immokalee found Title Playoff like to have found 16 quick points course In Texas, big as It Is. have offered Bud Wilkin. fore Gary Player went on the
hard to defend against. We should have at least five or son the post of minister of course to play off a tie with Art
Behind by 10 points, Immoka GAINESVILLE (AP) Four -- Olympics If he'll dump the elec. nold Palmer and Miller BarberIn

lee narrowed the deficit to five, basketball teams with a back. Key Softball ; six.Rep.. Eff "And what about tlon for senator." the $25,000 Pensacola Open
J :.27and then take Placid got ground of success both this Florida? We have all those wa. Rep. Tee "Impossible. He'd Monday he said, "Maybe this
hot again to take a 37.29 ad. season and over the years ter skiers. With proper faclll. try to run the modern pentath.Ion will be my day."
vantage at halftlme. Rutledge will vie for the state Class AA Meeting Set ties, we could train them to win from a split T formation It was.

got 16 of his 19 points in the High School Championship Fri. every Olympic ski event. I non.rr.i&; Royal" The little South African shot
first half, while Bullard hit for day and Saturday. For TomorrowAn Sen. Exe "You fellows are Rep. Gee. "He already has one-under-par 71 to beat Palme
15 for Lake Placid In the first Miami Senior and Tampa taking the narrow view. There everything coach, athletic dl. by one stroke and Barber b I;
two quarters. Hlllsborough each came throughthe Important Softball meet should be at least a cabinet rector, professor and half the three and win $4,000. They ha
season and two sets of ellm. Ing will be held Wednesdayat post and an Interstate sports oil wells." tied at the end of the regula

Inatlon tournaments with one 8 p.m. at City Hall, Recreation commission. Why let the White Sen. Zee "Well, how about 72-hole tournament with 274s.
INDIANS COLD loss. Cocoa lost two games and Director Julius Lesser htj House run everything? Bobby? Or Teddy? Or Sargent He said he had given up dri\
The Indians had a cold spellin Pensacola four has announced.At Sen. Wye "Right, Harry. Or Stephen? Or Peter?" Ing with his No. 4 wood because
the third quarter, and Lake When they square off Friday stake will be the type of This could be the biggest thing Rep Elf "Or Frankie Boy?" ''I haven't been wlnn
Placid built up the margin steadl night In the University of Flor. Softball to be played during the for politicians since the first Sen. Wye "They're too young. enough tournaments. I've bee
ly. The Dragons' coach Vic Kirk, Ida gym, It will be Pensacola In rivers and harbors bill was One of them could be undersec. playing too conservatively."
respecting Immokalee's deter. (23.4)) vs. Hlllsborough' (25.1); coming season. previous passed. Remember, every part retary of repechages." Palmer had a chance to tl
mined effort.ordered Lake Placidto and Cocoa (28-2) vs. Miami years, teams have played stan of the country needs more fa. Rep. Queue I "Repechages? Player on the 16th hole but ove
go into a semUstall with nearly (20.1). dard fast-pitch ball, but Lesser chilies What's that?" shot the green, was short wi
two minutes to go In the third All but Cocoa have won the reports a good deal of InterestIn Rep. Pa ''It would be a boonto Sen. Wye ''I don't know. It's his next shot and then went si: ;
quarter. This tactic was instal. state's big school title at least switching to slow-pitch. r the economy. Think of the''a word -you always use about feet past the cup.It .
once. Cocoa was the Class A The decision to switch or not "rowing so they'll think you'rean was only the
r champ In 1960 before it grew to will be made by a majorityof rpsslsoe Takes Talent expert. Like the rhumb line Palmer has lost In 17 playoffs]

Class AA size. the players present Wed- In yachts. Barber will compete next In

.fMPUlFF Friday pairings by classes, nesday night. They will have Rep. Tee: "How about Stan the $25,000 St. Petersburg Open
IP with team records a chance to air their views on Luck To Reach Musial?" but Palmer goes to New York

Class A-Plant City ((22.6)) vs. the subject, and so will Sen. Wye "The Man? Not In for a golf show and then hometo
6MC ']NC. Riviera Beach (28.1): Palatka Interested who any li 1 an election year. We need the Latrobe, Pa., before joining
( 2.4) vs. Daytona Beach Sea. spectators at Top, Says CoachLOS women's votes." Player at the $50,000 Dural Open
TRUCKSPARTS breeze (22-6). tend.The In Miami.
p Class B Madison (26.2) vs. coming season will be ANGELES (AP-Basket,
<.SERVICE T Zephyrhllls .(28 4)f Malone the first for the new mercury LAMAR POLLOCK drives goalward, but ball Coach John Wooden ol

TEMPORARYLOCALQ4' (284)vs.) Mount Dora (28-2). vapor lighting system at Cam- his shot Is tipped away by Lake Pla UCLA, when Informed that his The Dogs At Bonita ;

Class C-Campbellton (18.13) bier Park, which will contribute cld's big 6-5 junior center, Andy Sapp Bruins ranked above all major ,
vs. Lake Placid (14.10); Hill lard to the enjoyment of the college teams In The Associated
421 NINTH ,5 T., Ne (22-5) vs. Lakeland Santa Fe name by players and spectators ((31)) during first-quarter action in the Press final poll of the 1963.64 Sue Tie, pride of the Julllene :3142: and should so all the

( 0.7), Lesser says. Immokalee-Lake Placid regional cham season, said: J, Coble Kennel and owned by way tonight, Mar How Betty of
pionship at Lake Placid Satur- "To get this far It takes talent Mr, James Siliio| Is the favorite the John Woods Kennel Is named
game and luck, and we hope that both tonight In the Grade A 10th for the place position and
day. (NEWS photo) continue to stick with us." race at the Naples Fort Myers Gamblin John of the Frank Sen-
J ---- A regional panel of 40 broad. Kennel Clash A fine 11 tare loupe Kennel for show In this

Condition Of only three years ago after be. casters and writers gave UCLA program will get underway al top notch race. Other contenders .
coming the only man honored 34 votes for first place and 392 8L'J.: ( are Five Two Five

A. A. Stagg, 101, as both player and coach in points In an overall vote tally, With an overall record of MX Wltchwood. Erma'i Dream Na-
football's Hall of Fame. giving the Bruins a good mar. wins, fi\e, seconds and three vaco and Rocker Rocks.

( G Remains Serious gin over Michigan, which col. thirds In 21 outings, Sue Tie has
Bout
lected 341
Postpone points.
STOCKTON Calif. been one of the most
(AP) exciting 'N,''..
Michigan followed
Football's grand old man, Amos was by greyhounds at the Bonita Oval Pint. and 0 l/ll
... .. Alonzo Stage, took breakfast Between Durelle, Duke, Kentucky, Wichita, Ore. this season. This brindle girl W. Mill ;,1 Spttfly 000r51 l'
State Vlllanova Flip Away I Hippy Gmir 12Slire
of
gon Loyola
'" and dinner by mouth Mondaybut Sugar Robinson took a second to Weary Harry S Wilbirl I HIM I 101Pt
remained In serious condition Chicago, DePaul and Davidson. in her last start. In the fast time ', Gift I Mirr Lynn 11Sttond
MONTREAL (AP) The Coach Wooden said he spoke
"' from uremic poisoning and scheduled bout here between for his players when expressing RCIULTS Orado O l/ll I
4; general deterioration after his Tuck Havoc 11 L.idmg' Loo \\j
i 101 Sugar Ray Robinson and Joey pride that the panel elected his Pint T-II:54 Quln M. ...0 C R Nta Lou I I Kind Sir 7 i
years
Durelle has been postponed to team tops In the nation the Hud (7) 110 ItO 170Abit Flat Mea 10 I Kilmtrk It
Spokesmen for tllllhaven Con March 23.Robinson. first West Coast team to finish Fin Pot (4) 129 100 Count On I Quick Trick
valescent Home said his tem. Sky Zombie (Si II 40
43, the former world there since the San Francisco Third Grid M I/IS
f' perature, pulse and blood pres. Stcend T-31:11 Quln tit.40Brdwy Alttr 10 Quick Mini
Q middleweight champion, said Dons: did it In 1956.(; '. ,
sure had returned to normal lIen (4) to| 00 410 340 Jem* M.riclt I $yld *
after a weekend flareup. last week he needed more time The Bruins, with a 26.0 season Drum Maker (3) 400 3 ?0 Mitt Carolyn K I Giy Rambler T tArnholl \
to condition himself, and Mon. record salted away last week, Swift, Ee"e' m) 160 1 Gtntl Jem tt\\
Until this illness, Stagg was
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Bruins drew all but six Old MOM ((7) )00 Fifth 0,eel. 0 I/IS

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Here Tonight :lalmed three and Michigan, I Jorry (It. 1(0 110 120 Mary Fa,Ih 4 Liar. 7
i Oregon State and Loyola drew Spc Monkey ((4)) 304 240 Small. Sallia 10 Salomaid Mar I
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Tuesday. March 10, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7JVap

Realty- Week Mild $308,040- ;t i

County real estate sales durIng Crawford, Immokalee Lots et al, to Harold W. and Mar-

the March processing 6 totaled period end- 3 and 4, Blk 1, Millers Park guerite Edwards, Bradley 111., / '
ing $308,040. $6,000; Verle and Marguerite parcel In Sec 31, Twp 50, Rge 7c s _
The deal of C
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top period Zimmerman to William F, 32, $2,000: Evan Olster Tr.,
t was by Port Royal Inc., to and Catherine M.Donovan,East to Joy Mendleln Miami parcel -
I Russell McKlnnon, inc., Los Naples, Lot 28, Naples Bay*. in Sec 25, Twp 51, Rge } pxnnnnflnflflflflfOt
L4 Lites
Angeles Calif., for unplatted view, $3,800. 34, $1,295. JfJ/
lands S 1/2 Block 3, Government Jib Corp., to W.F. and EulaB. r : p; I II -
Lot 3 .
lying west Gordon LITTLE FARMS Graham, Columbia S.C., t a w ?>
Drive. The sale price was Fuller Industries Inc., to parcel In Sec 10, Twp 51, Rge BY CATHY SCHRYVERtnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnfifinfOOOfln
15,000.7 William B. and Edith W. Stone 26, $14,800; Emma Braeman 3

values Sales taken of $1,000 from or over with Naples,part Lot 69Naples Imp. et al, to Arma E. Andon, et ) '
tax stampson Co.'s Little Farms, $2,400: al, Westhampton Beach, N.Y., i t JLXJULXJLXJIJll 'l'V'JL'UL1The r.v..v..w..yspeeches
recorded deeds Included the Mango Growers, Inc., to D.N. parcel In Sec 28, Twp 52, Rge all'Il111 science Fair at will be given and actual -
following: and Mary Thompson, Miami 34, $1,300; H.S. Leader Tr., N.H., was a tremendous suc- voting will take place. This
Martha L. Lesher and RalphH. Lots 14 and 15, Blk 3, Naples to J. Ain and hi tara Fleming cess this \ car. It was held In way if there are any run-
Lesher to John A. and Sue Manor Lakes, $1,400.: Naples Naples parcel' :io-. -, the high 'hoot cafeteria so offs, they will be held on Fri
B. Smith Lot 18 and part Lot Park Shores there wouU be plenty of room day.
Inc., to PrestonD. Twp 50, Rge 26, $ ,500. South
19, Blk 10, Tier 1, Naples, and Etta L. Hawley Shlng- Coast Const Co.,Inc.,to Char- for all pr,'Jccts. There were Students competing for the
$12.000; Leslie D. and Bea- lehouse, Pa., Lot 24, Palm les E, Gilbert Chicago, par many divisions under the two different offices are President
trice H. Harcus to Peter and River Shores, $3,000; JamesE. cel In Sec 4, Twp 53, Rge 33, mali headings: Biological Jim Willis and Cathy
Anna Zornlk. Wood Ridge, N.J., Clary, et al, to Karl Nassel, $1,000; Cleo Ingram Tr., to Y Science and !Physical science.All Schryver; Vice President
Lots 11, 12 and 13, Blk 11, Miami, parcel in Sec 13, Twp Lawrence R. and Jacqueline J, I of the students: receiving Linda (.tilled and Tom Bernard;
Tier 6, Naples $8.000, JamesL. 53, Rge 29, $5,600; Florida Morgan. Naples parcel In Sec prizes han' been recognized Secretary Laurie Price Jill
and Marguerite L. Walkerto Real Estate Mart, Inc., to Arthur 8, Twp 50, R2e 26, $ .OOO. f .-. but 1 would! like to draw specIal WorMnger Yavonne Whittier
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William E. and Dorothy M. G. and Ruth H. Clark, Howard Shields to Joseph and attention\ to all the first Linda llenson, Susan Cory,
Wise Naples, Lot 19, Blk 17, Ontario, Can., parcel In Sec Jane Blazek, Ft. Lauderdale '/ .1"- prize winners: Judie smollan, Cherie Blanchette; Treasurer
Unit 3, Aqualane Shores $5, 22, Twp 47, Rge 27, $1, parcel In Sec 34, Twp 50, Rge ;" Eric Steele, Rick Winters, Susie Moreau Skippy Boynton.
500; James L. and I Chris llultzen/ Karen Hultzcn, Ellers and
Marguerite 000: Murray Druce, Tr., to 31, $1,000; Norman and Rose Ray ; Historian
Walker to Fred W, and EvelynA. Rev. Thomas O'Donovan, MIami M. Wilson to Felix and RuthJ. James K. VINCENT SEILER gets away a shot during Friday's Carolyn Herman, Yavoiwe Allexa Olson. Sharon Cowles,

Waswo, Arlington Heights parcel In Sec 15, Twp Pomponl, Penns Grove, N.J., Lewy Senior Citizens shuffleboard singles tournament Whittier, Ron Fender, and and Allison Bowes
I'' 111.. )Lot 15, Blk 12, Unit 6, 48, Rge 26, $5.700; Murray parcel in Sec 30, Twp 49, Rge championship finals. Frank Brewer watches and planshis especially Ronnie Rosendahl, This week promises to be
I' Aqualane Shores $6,000: William Druce Tr., w Harry E. and 27, $1,000; Bayshore Colonies Named ManagerFor next shot. Seiler defeated Brewer to win the grand winner of the entire fair very Interesting, with a lot of
B. Stone OskarC.Feur-
I Eva N. Ridley Napervllle, 111., Inc., to Carl F. and Ethel M. good competition. Too' bad
I leln, Naples Lot 9, Avondale parcel In Sec 22, Twp 48, Rge Eckman, Miami, parcel in Sec RutenbergJames _tournament.. (NEWS photo) everyone can't win.
I. Estates, $1,900; The L & L 26, $6,000. 22, Twp 49, Rge 27, $2,100 The Junior Class has already
I Corp., to Wllljam! B. and Edith Clifford Anderson. Tr., to Bernard Sacks,Tr.,to E,G rady: K. Lewy, formerly sales be In charge of all sales of Ruten. Ing and wukwlth Individual sales The entire student body has begun their planning for this
: W. Stone Naples Lot 9, Avon- Roy Sanders Pompano Beach Byrum, Jr., Charlotte, N.C., manager for Rutenberg Homes berg Homes In the eight Florida managers throughout the state, been busy with student council year's prom. They have decided -
dale Estates, $1,900.BAD cities, including Naples; in which Van Horn said elections, coming this week. the theme and the
up
parcel In Sec 30, Twp 48, Rge parcel In Sec 21, Twp 50, Rge in Boca Raton, has been named the upon
26, $12,000; Clifford Anderson 33, $1,200; Roberta W. Nicholson general sales manager for the announced.company operates, it was 1'.llIl'lll.1 t I'lirco' and paper! Last week we heard the announcements date (May 9)). As more pro-
AXE parent firm, it has been announc. of the elections, and is 1 will informyou
Tr, to Lloyd M. and EuniceN et al, to Catherine Ran- hoard K'tKhril an nil-lime high of gress made
Lester Whltaker et al, to Thayer Canoga Park Cal., zanl, Buchanan, N.Y., parcel In ed by Dean Van Horn, Rutenberg He will Institute new sales 19 n ilium :urn* m 1911.I the'men.n this week the candidates will all,
James E. and Thelma P. Baxter vice president. programs, supervise sales train ,\ Paper und I'ull'u.,- have th<*campaigns( Thurs-
In 4
parcel Sec Twp 49, RRC Sec 3, Twp Sl, Rge 26, 3000. In his new duties, Lewy will
lUtion 2-2107
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reports day the RUBBER -
Naples, part Lot 7, all 26, $1,900; Jayco Properties nominating
Lot 8, and part Lot 9, Blk Inc., to ,Henry and Doris W, LBJ Turns On
E, Bad Axe $11,900; Lester Campanello, Passaic NJ.,
Whltakor et al, to Paul H. parcel In Sec 9, Twp 51, Rge AirConditioningWASHINGTON : ;,
and Mary J. Bickley, Naples 32, $1,500; Downes Investment (AP) President : :t"t'' ; r rv
part Lot 19 and all Lot 20, Corp., to George and Kathryn ( Johnson has been turning ,}",,f.
Blk E, Bad Axe. $12, 00. Lor- Haryd, Jr., Masury Ohio, par out White House lights to econ. : I' J ;: :'
omize, but he didn't' stint the ',' '
etta Shaw to Donald C. and cel In Sec 35, Twp 50, Rge electricity on t M.
Violet D. Harvey Naples, Lot 32, $1,200: L.E.Spa Ide to Anna When the Monday.temperature rose to .( ,' j.. '"i .1J"'.,
19, Blk G, Unit 3, Brookside Zapf, Miami, parcel In Sec 80, the White House turned onUs i J" .<
$14,500; Mary M. Amis et 30, Twp 51, Rge 31, $6,000, air conditioning. .. .
al, to Marco Island Corp., New Florida Sunshine Acreage,Inc, It was pleasantly cool for \'. : ,
York N.Y., Lot 11, Blk 13, to Frances K. Albano, Chicago some 400 youngsters en- : : 'I.I ', o
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Collier City $1,000.: J.J. and parcel in Sec 19, Twp 51, tertained In the presidential ': '! ., ;
Flora E. Wiggins to CJ. and Rge 34, $1,300; Zita Sodders, mansion at an afternoon con. ; ::
Gladys T. Jones, Fort Myers, cert by guitarist Charlie Byrd. ; :' ; ; '< : : ;

!tots 10 and 11, Blk A, East- ,1 ; : .,
over Subd.,$6,000:Collier Dev. : \ 't.
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By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP pie wrote In and asked to r /
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East of R/W ##29. Everclades. ,
Televlsion-Radlo Writer out guests like Milton Berle 'l
$4,000; Gulf Guaranty Land and NEW YORK (AP) Mitch and George Burns. They said : : : '
Title Co., to Alice M. August Miller, the "sing along" man, they liked them but could see t < ; t
et al, CampHlll, Pa., Tract says NBC Is the strlng.along them other places and they t r. 4'l .
#42, Unit 2, Golden Gate Estates network. liked our show the way It was." '. ;
$3,655.William "The network knew months Miller's snow has oeen con.
B. Stone, agent, toNary ago that It planned to drop my slantly moved around during t
K. Clark, Naples, Lots show next season," Miller four seasons In the NBC sched
grumbled "But Instead of tell. ule It has been seen on Thurs.day 4
'38 and 39, HollvJTerrace,.'f.!(' Seago 'to Char-, JLB80T'Pterce < !kr;r lng>'us,,ilhen,;they waited' until and on Friday nights and ., :ry tti I, Tir t ,
March I to give us the news. this season had a late Monday :
les C. and Eli. M. Gabriel Why did they keep stringing us night spot, following a rerun of 1
Medina, Ohio, Lot 175, No. 2, along? Probably to keep us an old movie and "Hollywoodand .r ?1.
Isles of Capri $3,000; BettyJ from making a deal to move the Stars" which received ,
Witherspoon to Harry and elsewhere. They were afraid consistently poor ratings. Cf ilA
Vlkkl Feldman, Atlanta Ga., they'd look foolish if we landedon Miller said NBC brass told _.. mr." '
Lots 212 and 213 No. 2, Islesof another network and started him his show was out so the -
hitting one of their new showsIn network could try something '
Capri, $7,500; 13Dev.Corp., : 1
the ratings." "new and fresh." 1t
to Thomas and Anna Kennedy,
Miller, who owns "Sing Along; "New and fresh," he said. "Ididn't N
Naples, Lot 36, Unit 2, Lake "
With
Mitch complained that say anything about old N
Kelly $1,300; Sampson and the only suggestion he had from feature films for two hours at
Helen M. Baker to Sophie B. the high command this season a clip. And the new and fresh
Broadhead, East Ft. Myers was to try some guest stars- thing they are bumping us for
Lot 1. Blk 2, Mainline, $11 "not to Improve our ratings, but la Alfred Hitchcock' aeries
300'; S. and Clifford Lee Mur- to work a little change In the which has been around longer
phy to H. and Hattie Williams show" than we have."
Miami, Lots 29 and 30, Blk "We tried It In three shows,"
6, Mainline, $3,000; Lois Bon- he said "The only one that In. Recommended tonight; New
creased our audience was the Hampshire primary returns all
durant to W.L. and W, G.
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Funeral. Tuesday March Directors 10. 1964 I Peeking mOn Science Fairs I [



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Plan Symposiums

In Five Areas P

"Meeting; the PsychologicalNeeds
of the Bereaved" will be
the themeofflve educational sym. M OL D
possums planned throughout the :
state for clergymen and funeral -

directors.Moderating the symposium will MOLDS Baca; To iii w CN
RJWT
be Professor Robert C. Slater,
director,. Department of Mor
tuary Science, University of
Minnesota Professor Slater has LACKING C HflBOrWOKY ARu NOT W14} '
led 54 such symposiums through. ABLCTD PRODUCE OWN Km R rL
out the United States, attendedby

more than 7,500 clergymenof THEY LACK TRUE ROOTS S'iEMS R
over 40 denominations. Pro.
fessor Slater serves as Consul. fnvfe a l ; st,> -- ,'
tant to the National Funeral DI. ; .
rectors Association IY JI t \ tI
Dr. Edgar N. Jackson pas. ;:
tor of the Mamaroneck Metho. dr
dlst Church In Mamaroneck, Nn t
York, Is an author and specialistIn J' r
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the field of Grief Therapy. a
He has written six books which

deal specifically or In part with WINNING EXHIBITORS In the "Biological rlette Miller, Mary lynn McKenzis, Map
the subject of bereavement. "Un.
derstandlng Grief" and "You and Division" of the recently staged Ann Pike, Bonnie Winokur, Penny Sal.

Your Grief" are accepted as ba. Science Fair at the Senior High School mon, Donna Howell and Terry Lang-

sic references In the study of Included: (Seated I-r) Chris Hultzen, ford. Third row (I-r) Jane Forrester,
grief. His latest book, "For The
Living," was released on Jan. Judi Smollan, Ron Bender, John Ber- Trudy Marshall, Larry Wynn, Sammy

uary 20, 1964. lault, and Robert Bianchi Second row Snell, Chris Ansley Candyce Anderson

Helping to meet the psychologl (I-r) Deeda Parsons John Roan Har and Tommy Provenzano.
cal needs of the bereaved poses -- -- .. ---- --- _._.._--_.

a challenge and responsibility NEAT AND SIMPLE exhibit on molds stances, with resultant mold growth,
for both the clergyman and the
funeral director. Studies have 'u Rc won "best of show" award for eighth- are in clear plastic cases. Magnifyingglass

shown that much can be done dur. s grader Merrilee Martin at second annual enabled viewers to take close

ing the criticalperlodofbereave Junior High Science Fair. Piecesof look at various types of mold.
ment that will assist the bereav.
ed to realize and adjust to their J:1j: : bread treated with different sub
loss. The scheduled symposiumswill
explore. the funeral as an
experience of value, and the role
of tire clergyman and the funeral (1v
director In this experience
Russell Cole of Orlando Is pro.
sldent of the Florida Funeral
Directors Association and
Is supervising the Planning
Committee whose members are :
Russell Cole, Orlando; Robert tT. 1
Fisk, St. Cloud; George H. I Paul
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Hewell, Jacksonville; Vice Pre. ee tiJ
sldent Richard A. Pittman, Na. m
pies; Reid H. Lowe, Miami; W.
A. Maddox, Marianna; MorrisD. T.
Parker, Winter Park; James fr '
E. Lawhon, Tampa; and Lida .
Lee Hunt, Jacksonville -

The meetings are scheduledas WINNERS In the high school "Physical Carolyn Herman, Missy Lulejian, Sue

follows t included Seated I I-r) Ballard and Wanda Third
March 16 Polish Amerl Science Division" : ( Easterly

can Club 1250 N. W. 22nd Ave. Karen Hultzen, Yvone Whitaker, Ron. row (I-r) Harry Comacho, Bill Stone,

Miami; March 17 Sheraton nie Rosendahl, Frederick Winter, and Henry Harer, Richard Woodruff, Bruce

18 Tampa. Robert Motor Meyer Inn, Tampa Motor;March Inn, Eric Steele Second row (I I-r) Ann Rogers lam rtine, Bill Spingler and Bob ..> -

Orlando; March 19 Robert Mey.er Rick Clemons, Jack Van Dusen, Bender. (NEWS photo) ,. \.1

Hotel, Jacksonville; March >,\4 --.a
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The meeting will be jointly SECOND ANNUAL Junior High Science Howell reports. The 141 exhibits filled
sponsored by the National
Funeral Directors Associationthe S Pair drew substantially more viewers the Gulf View school auditorium and

tlon largest of funeral professional directors assocla with a 7 A STUU OF Npc l than last year's fair, coordinator Jerry stage. .


membership of over 14,000. :; A OMJRjflTSSERIOUS ,' Floods 4 Cars InvolvedIn

Storms Bring
Housewife Gets AccidentVhen


Escaped Con To ThousandsBy Brakes Give WayFour

& Misery cars were involved In
SurrenderMUNITH an accident late Saturday after
To ,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS downpour. Parts of Louisville noon on Fifth Avenue South
Mich. (AP) "I Violent storms and floods, fol. and Evansvllle, Ind., were under in front of the Dank of Naples,
never talked so much in my lowing the pattern of destructive three feet of water. More than according to Naples police
life," said Marian Poxson 48. weather In March dealt death, 1,500 persons left their homes In Paul Fenton of Middlebury
year-old housewife, after she ) widespread damage misery and Falmouth Ky., as the Licking Conn., slowed down for the
persuaded an escaped convictto inconvenience to thousands in River reached a record 42 feet. stop sign and when Mrs. Nelda
surrender."I the eastern half of the nation More than 300 persons were Van Bryan, 1232 Eighth Ave.N. .
talked to him like he was today. evacuated from Poplar Bluff In ., who was behind him, also
my son," she said. "He needed The storm pattern covered southeastern Missouri as the
tried to slow down, her brakes
help."..' nearly all types of precipitation.And levee along the Black River
failed and she hit the bumperof
Mrs. Poxson, a small plump. tornadoes swept areas in threatened to collapse. Heavy
ish woman, talked convicted Mississippi and Alabama killing rain which hit the area for two his car and then struck a
forger Lester B. Dionne, 35,Into three persons. Calellke winds, days changed to snow Monday car belonging toCaylord Brown
giving himself up after a hectic rain and hall lashed areas in the night.In of Beaverton, Mich.! parked at
frightening period Monday southland. southern Indiana, rain. the curbing, pushing It into
Police described Mrs. Poxsonas Floods drove thousands from swollen rivers flooded many another parked car belonging to
a heroine.A their homes in four states, mostof areas and forced hundreds of Wayne Huffman of Minneapolis,
threatened kidnaping two them in the rain-stricken families to leave their homes. Minn.

home break-ins and a high Ohio River valley. Many high. Hundreds of motorists were Damage to the Bryan car was
speed auto ride with Mrs. Pox. ways and roads were Inundated. stranded across the southern
estimated at S200, at S75 to
son at the wheel praying for po. Bridges were washed out. Many third of state as muddy waters
the Drown auto and at $50 to
lice interception figured In the schools were forced to close. The closed scores of highways. Jas.
series of events.A Red Cross and National Guards per, drenched by more than lO'/i the Huffman vehicle. Fenton'scar
state police alarm was out. men aided in evacuation. Inches of rain since March I, was undamaged.A .
Road blocks were up. The turbulent weather in the prepared for the worst flooding car belonging to Jack .
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'"An unusual woman," said '1'111; ill South set off more torrential In history as the Patoka River Morgan of Fort Myers was reported .
Gus Harrison, state corrections 111'l'hlUi\1'Lll jllii ltt; { rains in the Ohio River valley. went on a rampage. The Ohio to police as having been
commissioner after Mrs. Pox. U I111 An Intense storm centered over River rose far above flood stagein struck while parked on the drive
son marched Dionne into his of. n11'llth ', Kentucky and rain splashed the the Evansvllle area. In front of Naples Senior High That
flee, climaxing six tense hours. L_____. 4'v region for the fifth day this In the storm.battered South. School Saturday afternoon by a
Dionne was a fugitive from a U month. Weather Bureau officials land, the twisters and tornadlc driver who failed to make a report -
southern Michigan state prison said the rain may end in man)' winds hit areas in northern Ala. Pleases .
farm. areas today. bama northeast Mississippi and Damage to Morgan's car
Snow, sleet and rain hit areas parts of Tennessee. A tornado was estimated at $75. For
Muslim Leader Ii 1 LA from Oklahoma and Texas to struck the small town of White.
J A New England. Nearly a foot of head, near Rogersvllle Ala., 5
Says Negro Won't snow fell at Tahlequah In east killing a woman and destroying McCrea Boy, Industry
ern Oklahoma during a surprise six homes.
Turn To Force storm Monday. Amounts meas. In Mississippi, a woman was Runs Into Car
PHOENIX Ariz. (AP-The ured eight Inches at nearby killed in Greenwood when her And>I
leader of the Black Muslims Muskogee with snow In most house was flattened by winds of Douglas McCrea, 5!5, receiveda
predicts the Negro will not turn parts of the state except in east 77 miles an hour. In Meridian, fractured skull when he ran Individuals
to violence In the quest for ern sections a man was burled In a ditch Into the side of a car drivenby
equal justice. Another belt of snow, sleet and which caved In during a heavy Mrs. Anita L. Cartazel, 706
Elijah Muhammad made the rain pelted areas from Kansas rain storm. Violent winds swept lOUi Ave., S., Naples on Moor. Printing
observation In his Phoenix home and Arkansas to Southern 1111. Clarksdale.In Ing Line Drive late Sunday after.
nols. Hundreds of motoristswere western sections of the na. noon.
today after learning that his
former top aide, Malcolm X, stranded along a hilly' 40. tion, four inches of snow fell in The boy was Immediately rush. Division! !
was breaking away from the mile stretch of I.S. 71 from Salt Lake City with smaller ed to Naples Community Hospital
organization. Malcolm X said trr Fayetteville, Ark., northward to amounts in parts of the central where his condition Is describedas
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his action was an effort to con. ,. ? v ?t the Missouri border Monday and southern Rockies. Light being "fair." He also re.
vert the 22 million non.Muslim night. The storm dropped 10 rain sprinkled coastal areas in celved numerous bruises and la. ItNttt
Negroes "from nonviolence toactive Inches of snow In some parts of the Pacific Northwest ceratlons.
northwest Arkansas, with six He Is the son of Mr. and
white supremacists self. defense In against all partsof AND THOUGHTFUL considerare, from left, Dr S. C Ogburn Fran- Inches reported in a slx.hour Alert Residents Mrs. George McCrea of Kalama.zoo .

the country." ation was given each of the exhibits cis Flint( and Walter Segl, In the lowerat period in St Louis. SuwanneeOf Mich., winter visitors in

The 65.year-old Muhammad the Naples Senior High School picture a team of judges in th* biologi Hea\ snow was forecast Along Naples
along a narrow band from east
his spoke quietly sometimes of the defection Science Fair by the judges Thursday cal group pause to study an exhibit central Missouri through central Flood PerilTALLAHASSEE
eyes watering.
"My people are more adapt. night. Above is a team ofjjudges In From left, F. C Mcintosh, Dr. H. R. Ohio with the possibility the wet (AP') -the Resl.Su. White Boy Gets
lowlands along
ed to peace," he said. "They Hulpieu and Robert belt might extend Into mountain dents of Months For
believe In peaceful solutions." the physical science category They Lindabury areas of Pennsylvania and New wann River from Ellavllle to MI. 2-2107!
England the Gulf of Mexico geared up
He said Malcolm X Is too'would have little or no effect on Nancy CollinsTo winner has measurements of 36. Most damaging floods were in today for an expected cresting Killing: Negro
smart to start any violence, the civil rights bill pending in 23.36. 30 feet Wednesday. BIRMINGHAM Ala. AP-A
Ohio, Kentuck and Indiana at (
adding that "he has no guns, no Congress or on the attitudes of Be Crowned Chosen princesses inthecitrusqueen's
has
but overflows of rivers and The state conservation depart. 16.>*ar.old white youth
ammunition. the nation's Negroes.The court during beauty,
Malcolm X had been Mus. and streams also hit areas in Mis. inert said Monday the river was pleaded guilty to seconddegree
ASK FOR
a poise personal ;
chief of an estimated Citrus Queen! competl. sours and southern Illinois. The rising because of last week's manslaughter in the shooting of :
IUD for nine tlon
years. Monday night
were Jeannie
275,000 Negroes said Muslims HAVE: \p-\i: Ohio River a Negro boy during racial dixorders
rose
I and .
WINTER: rapidly rains.In
"We are surprised said Mu. believe in separation of race Ooqulne, 19, of Ptnellas Park, ap. heavy fall Mr.
last Snypjj
ared headed
auburn-hatred Or toward
cy Collins, .11.: p an ex.
hammad. "I never dreamed only "if America will not Linda Kgland, 19, of South Ml. addition the Santa Fe
give ,do beauty, will be c r 0I' n .e d petted 66-foot crest In Clnclnna.ti Michael Lee Farley, was sen. .
this man would deviate from us equal justice." Wednesday night aslorlt.I' it. ami) Clrl Johnson, 19, of Ta. the highest since 1945 River near Fort White was ex. tenced Monday to seven months
the nation of Islam. Everyone lie added, however "I see verse, a ld Carolyn King, 18, of Thursday on pected to crest at 26 feet. in jail. A companion Larry Joe
of the Muslims admired him. of rut queen. Bertow,
no signs equal
justice.
'1'heLJO'r4Mr.old former Miss said the last Sims, 17, received a similar
But what he has said makes It If this Is not attained he said In Kentucky hard hit by The department
,
definite. He has deviated." the Muslims want OrlamW' was ehese+i from among ,\ t.4 isjeekwsa shy Irl egnns the overflows, Louisville was flooding was in 1960 when the I sentence after a weeklong trial CALL THE NEWS FOR
Muhammad Jald he felt the master and his slave"the to b9 slave :26 contestants lit the H, h>n-l. nt. .11"1 }II cents to the t. ..,mer eaI drenched with nearly seven Suwannee moved over Its banksat in January. Both applied for RUBBER STAMPS
trJounc.ment by Malcolm X arated." "p. rus Exposit 1011. Tin l' "'. '\mt t i. Hluin, (if Ihlll shut Inches. of rain Monday a record 77.8 feet. probation.

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:; :: By ARTHUR F.DSON piratlons of the entire region. '

,'. i : c HAZARD, K) tAP >-Rain fell Arvin Bishop waiting in the .

steadily drearll on those wait. rain for his food stamps, ropre I __

Ing In Hi. for their; government sents a long standing problem

DAILY DEADLINE 10 AM. yPoPPubrC'Gi Mldwa)I food it amps In this mountalr the soralled hillbilly. _

THE CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY DEADLINE IQ AM. Fndoy coalmining tcmn. Unlike thelty slums, unlike

Arvin Bishop 29, father of too0 the Deep' South, race is not a

2.91 n? was first In line.! He wore a primary' problem\ here.

jaunty sweatshirt bearing the For genet'atlnns the hillbilly

PHOt4E- words Alpha tpsllon Phi. he often is of the. purest ,Anglo.

; 2-2 / 07. PHONEr- 2/07 This Is a college sorority with Saxon stock-has lived up the

chapters on :32 campuses. hollow. Some of his food he got

Bishop, an odd-Jobs man who: by hunting or trapping some

t-AnnouncBmtnts 16-Help Available 50-Rooms For Rent 58-Lots For Sale plrked up the shirt In a gift of from a I'lvarod-out patch along

surplus clothing, never got past the orofk. He got cash v.herev

S.crtttri) ... I o\\ ". Naples Ptrh. Terms the seventh
or BookkeepIng potitni Private room and bath t bl. grade."Haven't he could
er skins
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON: >n dlred Hv bn to from beech and town. Twin .1w ,l.m i oown' |IO per month by selling by

1626 E Taml'mi Tr..il business, school also had ... bed 242 7th Av*. So. Ml :. or .Ml 1 )440 Eve had a job of am working In the' sawmills that dot

Midway 2.6672 3/.10.11 p.ro.nCl In this, 1.ld., 10041 .1811.. 310.11.1052Real n".. <., *MI I ? 14llttth kind In four months," he solId these dills: or, if tradition Is re.

:Not' one In the stamp line this liable In
'- moonshlnlng.
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICSFor Active, neat middle aged malt Lot S6l s...... ConvenientLocation dismal day' had ,
StudO Girl" cosmetic cell desires work Pat Sepeni. Estate Wanted P'ce 5'02 tliOo gone bevond Nearly ever house, no nuu

MI 2.2081. Order now *nc..: Furnitur nl.hlne., T*.. > David C Joii*>. Realtor 13.: grammar School ter how tuniblok\\n, not only
til, tinnhing Self employed Private room and lI.th. 2 bIbs tin A'O it Mi i JISi President Johnson has declared _
Slim m.n'I" .nd '.,m m.. front beach and 505. Twin has a Jolopj or two parked In

3BoatsMotorsAcces.FLARE chnery, Op.rllor. C.n furnish, b.d. 141 7th Av. So war on povert front but also has the bodies of

references. Will Consider, other 30..II.u54Trade 59-Acreage "We shall not\ rest until that deceased automobiles scattered I
work. MI I 1.5921. -J
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boat"* now sold direct 3/6.10.11 O'i Acre Camp Situ J295 CASHI) war is SiIle' Johnson told Con tInt Mil)' about.

Wholesale pricer\ to 13' Girl" Friday will, tabs dictation, or Sell lit acres I 1m,'* Irom Golden !gress. Coal! is the hero and the villain PRIZES WERE awarded tha
Fl.re Fiberglat* Bet Co.. in your horn or mine. Prtonil Gt* I mile north of propodFt The richest nation on earth of this to lucky registrants at new
area. From Appalachia
Lthlnd' Lauderdale: rod 1695 CASH
and business letter Naples Bawling Stock 'tor acreage
Available anytime MI 2.M3S Lot Mortgage etc' G. Absolutely the finest investment can afford to win it. Wt' cannot comes all the nation's anthracite Wood Chrysler-Plymouth. Inc., auto agency Saturday
SPECIAL 3/4.5t H LUFF: R E Broker: lOt peculation, in Collier County afford to lose it."
and two.thlrds of Its soft evening by Mrs. Mamie Tooke president of the Bankof
9th St. No MIdway. 22270 tada LUFF. R E. Brekr that
.rlIG"h So he outlined a
19 ft. fiberglass! : program!
No I
"Crosbj"run St Mldwty7J
Lonely" Pine Rdgs J bedroom coal.But Naples. Mrs. Tooke is shown lifting the first
Will dO hou"Clunn C.llJ3M 2 >. will cost billions. And he num
pickedone
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__
about, twin 40 III' Doris" Mt 1.3350. Home. will eechange for downtown coal has come upon hard
Home 121 400 Contact O. of the brightest young stars times. ber as Don Turner, firm manager looks on. The
Johnson motors with only H LUFF R E. Broker. 421tth 10 crt djoininj CoconutGrove.

15 hrs line- new, 2 18 21-Lost & Found St. No. MIdway. 2.2275. .. City water 4 ttrtt.ll,500 .. in the Democratic party, Sar. Within 10 years production winners were: first, Mrs. Dupont, 281 I 1 11th Avenue,
term Philip Koyt.P gent Shrlver of the Peace Corp*

,.1. iras tanks, all controls LOST EARRING CLUSTEROF AIRPLANE 0 Box 1306. Ml ItltO to head the drive. To emphasizethe dropped 32 per cent. Because of South, a rod and reel; second, Mrs. Sam Leiser, Box

4 wheel 3 PEARLS. POSSIBLY IN 1961 Beech Debonair Low 2I11t1.pl. _ _ mechanization what happenedto
etc. "Rocket"
trail.er VICINITY OF BROAD ST. lime Full radio, penel. Trade .. H..h Acres I'" miles Importance of the position, human beings Is even more 195, a portable radio; and third, Bertha Townsend,

complete package BEACH. MI 22262 (It. 00 RE. for business or acreag Reply' from city only I five acre Shrlver will sit in on Cabinet startling. Two out of
everythree 1001 Creech TV (NEWS )
WARD. J/10.11 Box 1122. Napl.**. 1/4.it parcel remaining 10% Down meetings.All Road a set. photo
11895. See at 1650 MuiexDrive HO per month Philip N Keyet !' coal miners lost their ,- -

or call Hill Tucker 55-Stores Office P 0 Be. 1301 Naples. Midway this sounds dramatic, yet jobs, and the mines employ 2-0..
23-Misc. For Sale 2 27'). Johnson
himself
warned that it
000 fewer men than the did
Midway 2-4295 ExcellentBuy ) a
will be no short or strug. Leader
easy dttcadii Mrs.
One let of Ben Hogan regi-, Office, Space I 12 IS ft. For 6 Incomt Property ago. Leading
.-- tered matched Rent *t |45 Coast gle.No
wood (I I. 2. 3. f&5rv.:: R. H. Kelly sometimes! known
4. 5)) and Irons (2. I. 4. S. (, Colony Btdg. .. So. Illness| compel m* to tell matter where you go,
my as "Auger", whose
YACHT BROKERAGE r. I, ,. wedge end and Iron) If 2, *pi. building lot 100 e 140 whether through city slums or Kelly come

Compl.t N.pl.s Listings total 11:5'0: IS clubs' used I ,1': Tam..m' .,ail Stores Fan Rent cm be 'Inspected: any dy *t the hollows of eastern Ken. pan runs a giant, seven feet
fin. Inboard Bows From W for Call Ml ComiTtrc or Prott Bob Martin MI217J7Brunk 2.541. 3/..Ie for SIPS! per mo See G H tuck)', these farts are inescap.
Islander Apartment Close to tlon unit In the
Smith ChrisjCrftSl.. Beautiful c..tom woOd kitchen Luff R E Broker HI) 9thSt ablet Industry, savst
'UHI-- FiSHERMAN ubn., ". Never used law pric.Cd. No Midway 12170 b.aoh, end shopping. Owner III ''St'Vl'Ilt.fiVt'! per cent of tho.e -
: good term Marlow end Beck Ignorance breeds the f::0. \IK: -
poverty certainly
.
28 Ft. Ulnckson. flying bridge. Immediale d.lov.ry. Mla He.ltor. 417 Sth Av*. So. Ml pov. who are unemployed will never PY (J. McMI HUYleu anyone

22! Gray Mann. sl.ps th,... 605. 3/WI 57-Houses For Sale 28221. I.>22t erty breeds Ignorance and they work again. Why? Because tile)' gaino downI'J to who gets mostly first and
Compl.t with fishing chair* are so tightly bound can't
and m.ny ath.r extras Top 29-Professional Service one have found an easy way of llfu go! That, In thy \ipU-s Duplicate seconds Is going to be a pack
condllion SCOSO 00. Coil Burton WatBrfront Property be. separated from the other leader In The
MOORINGS DELIGHTA without working They'd rather ( Hrkljjc Club( i I'* the ta- percentage.
Bro. 2 220.F.
1 bedroom 2 tIle bath Within 10 years automation
Toe Return me YANKEE'S take relief money than take a tux at the moment.nJ. of I l'lms' ror Instance,have a percent -
., 'i'4"Hp7 : Income prepared homo. Carpeting throughout LANDINGAn has made such giant stride that ,
I..t, ;' 'h7uTtChryalor. by Mi Weston former ti living, room dining area horl eliciting now waterfront job. They have worked so hardto the 14 player.- who have played age average of ,590\ for their
tresS Consultant for Llttl River :Ta> and one bedroom Completely Co."" an Chesapeake Av", there Is practically no marketfor
wtr cooled I list
Tea deck. Loaded with ou: Service of Miami. Call Midway air conditioned and htd PitpotI Oyster ay From S7SOO to the man with a strong back get on that they aren'tgoing all games Mrs. Florence five games. Hut those 42 weeks

tre. C. Turner t, Son. 2-2270 for appointment. Stew. and dihwhr. Paved ....000. See rt today er call, to get! off It." to eansoIHetlmes create
Inc. yet
Midway 2 2H art Rl Estate Office., 421 tth driveway to carport and *tor. urton Bros. 2 2121. After hour but little education or skills.At Even If the mines weren't Leader Is running strong!: with go.

St No., afternoon or evening. age room. Nice screened In ,.JIu 5cuf a time when high technical tier top (percentage score of havoc and let's not forget
32 FT. CHRIS CRAFT porch and toddod lawn. P.". mechanized, Kolly Insists, It
that the firsts the -
competence is demanded, .559)) the Van are creac'ntopping
tially landicaped. Ph. MI 24104 would still bo difficult to find ; Antwerp., playIng
65-Gen. Real Estate
COMMANDER >8-Autos For 54. after I p.m. No broker pl..te. around a million youngstersdrop workers. as d team, are second with on the iteasertthe percentage -

1958 MODEL Two Bedroom two beth house. out of school each
ypar.unawart' .534 (:artcr llarrall results are the solid
MOTELS & APTS10Unit "These young bucks won't ; at .536
305 U".Cla"oc MG TC. RH DrIve. unlurnlhd with the oceptionof go
HOURS ON ENGINE
EX of Indifferent to the
30.000 mIles, stone and An. motl. plus or and Mrs. Hazel Work meat.
CCLLENT CONDITION K W. original rterd rfrigrtor specious into the mines with a shovel any at .523
Ml 2-7306. null' lot owners. *pt. stark truth that this means they
III T.Ch..p. 1/ltf the there
GENERATOR. RAYTHEON Obscrvliig scores
Unit motel plus ] iptt more, he said. "They won't do arc alto above the ,500 mark.
DEPTH FINDER Three Bedroom. and one.haItbath hold
AND SHIP never anything higher
TO SHORE RADIO. A REAL 1161 Hillmin Minn with *utomtie house, unfurnikhed with, owner. qutrttrt may anything where you can't pull a Sam Leader Is duo to enter l l.t one thing sure. As Mr.
thift Only 21.000 milesDon't 6 than the most menial Jobs and
BARGAI N. CALL MI 22122. nd car anymore. Seeat the onception of Car :to. cur.: apartments Quarters.I plus owners liy- lever or turn a steering wheel." this golden circle next week Coren stated In his article\ In
3/1t! taint, stove and rffrigoritor nOn will bit lucky to get ( lose.
391 4th Ave No. 110411TRUCKS. mottl plus 2.bedroom. For a different vluw let'smove February 24 Issue of
Annual Le.WATKINS. I bath home To many Americans relief la (If he plays) since his nine Sports

Bushiess? STATION WAGON 4 BARKAU63S Duplen. furnished, on to the !government employment have Illustrated, the medals do not
OppS. YOUR CHOICE S295 Cnlrlly no temporary thing but a way of oamea all\ been with I lo-
.
5th Av* So. Ttl. Ml 2 S14I locitod office Its
S ton Chev Panel TruckI manager to the
1/IOtf FOR life. renee I I'lifonuiutely the bug vo pusillanimous
FURTHER
TEXACO: INC. FOR LEASE. ton Ford Panel Truck W. .A. Rltchlo, figures arowld
MODERN 3 BAY SERVICE M Plymouth WagonYOUR YANKEE'S LANDING INFORMATION Everyone, from welfare work bugged him a month or .o Interest In the games showsno
Hg: tEanS2' of four
one workers Is
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID : An esciting new waterfront Contact: era to business men and politic every un them from signs of abating Last Friday -
ago, preventing havIng
TRAINING PROGRAM AND FURNITURE FAIR Co.ap on Chesapeake Av., Lucille Ottt Leak Brown. employed Oddly some jobs go
FINANCIAL I I ASSISTANCE NORTH TRAILAll Oyster Bay From 17500 to VIrgil Mtrcum. Bob J.fr clans of every hue, agrees this begging chiefly because they ton team score."Hut" 02 players occupied 23
AVAILABLE. CONTACT DON IIS.000. See It today or call cycle must be broken.
week
ABERNATHY TEXACO. INC. in good running cond. burton Bro. 2-2121 Attor hour DEWEY POLLY require more skills than any ai remarked a player tables That's the third

.4..L4122. ? /20H 1/1.10.11 Your Choice $295 00 2.1324. 1/Stf But how"W1l1 ? pllcant has. who has scored a first, "what In suceesslonwIthoverOOplay-
OPEN a stepped-up federal ,
FOR INSPECTION 2 REALTY pro. Both tho state and Cl'dt'ralovo so Important about this ers
41 BR pcreen-
home
11th
on Ave.
really make such headway
WantedFront
12-Help 40-Autos Repairs Parts So between 6th 4 6th St*. M Slh SI N. gram in helping the fifth of the nation I ernments try to train men and tage deal. I like those firsts Section A. with Its 11 tables
priced from 114.SOO to 117.500.
d... clerk Prefer one WILLIAM B. STONE INC. Ml I 14355IEACHFRONT that In Johnson's words "11 111. women, as everything from and icconds III the game Lookat played 22 boards for an average -
*iperiencd, l In m..lin the pubIc Builder LOT short-order cooks to television -
the pf lUtl>Qlms. Vii Pennywitt
and who knows PBX op.r- 60 Tenth St. NO. Ml 2S736Hout. Studded with tropical Ire fed, HUclad and ULhoused"? IJol/ns. they ve bad- two

t.on Mutt have "..t. .pp..,. LOOK HERE contitlt of two b.droomt beautiful I I building t lt*. 100' Or la this, aa Sen. Darry Gold repairmen, beauty operators firsts with a tie oil a third who directed this section
anc Mutt b* bondbl and and
deep Full at.100. Good forestry aides.
price:
din relerence*. Immediate IH bath Living room, Dining- Term. water, R a Ariz. believes, the first, also: second and fourth congratulated the Richard
opening Comtact Mr, Harris Wondering where to f o room kitchen plenty of Cab "I know they need jobs,"
SO ACRES worst approach to the problem In five /Hollands on their North-South
Ml 2 til"I_. 3/10.11 With your car problems ? nell Family room tar cond), Between Tmlml Trail A Gulf Ritchie said. "And I know they games played. That'sthe
Florid room storage Closet being nothing but "the Santa first of 128 Mr. and
MAN WANTED to mn*|. and Factory Finish Paint Job with washer 4 *lc water h..t with creek running: through theproperty. are not going to got them for kind of winning I'd like to points

operate a '.**., Wilkins Rout Wreck RebuiltTuneup er carport with storage Closet Will divide In It acre Claus of the free lunch, the gov. awhile What grieves me Is all do. Mrs, A, Schnaars new guests,
In tract $WO per acre, Good
this arc* (Would Consider ass Terrace House i of eminent handout"?
lady 40 to 60 sears old). Eirnln CBS construction Terraces* T.rm.. this wasted labor when there'sso So say we all there's nothing pushed with their 123, the
|* of JUS wk from Front end alignment. LIt LEDfORD HEALTY This Is an election year and caused
p.r floor, electric wall heaters Parkers some
things to be done. like Eugene
many first
Bonito SprIngs, PIe, good to boost
the very bcinning For perton- Motor Overhaul Electric rang and rtfrii ineluded controversy still swirls around
.1 I lntrviw' In your horn, Transmission rebuilt The Lot it 70 X ISO 3/lOSt Wy 2.2513 poverty Its cause and Its cure Every county on the eastern alarm with 122-1/2.! The
writ" Mr McGarity P. O Bon complete wth sprinkler tytemt. Kentucky border lost population ) 119 ternards
-- Pennywltts
627. Willidon. Florida. 32696 Lub"catoanUnd.c..1 tree and shrubs Mutt YANKEE'S LANDINGA "We will launch a special ef. Mr*. Davlfiiion looks old and ;

3/3.3t be sean to be .or.c.t.d, totII new Inwtrfronl fort In the chronically distressed between 1950: and I9CO. Perry discouraged. 118-1/2 and Albert Andersons

"*' -jquelilied ..I.. h.lp to BrakesPolish Location law blocks 'ro" Coop o.t-.n.p: ..k: County, of which Hazard Is the Following the usual 1121/2\ were also above aver-
of Appalachia pattern
Johnson
areas
,
Issist in o' the beach .t UO Id Ave No. Av* From 17400 to tli.OOo SeeIt ,
keeping .br..t .
.. WDon't county seat dropped from 40 .
many opportunities, presentingLong under lit 000 Phone Ml 24114 today or Call Burton Bro. aald. OlIN Joan, 16, loft school In the Ige

tfiISIISIv... Must b. sreelvs look any further : bqd6dns. 2 bith*. m olnti JJ12t. _After hour 1)124. l/Hf Appalachia is a vast, moun.' 5C6 to 94,961 a staggering 24.9 eighth grade on: (Cast West.the two teams
hours hard work Tom o be.ch On Central Av 'per cent loss. Hazard dwindledby
McBride Realtor, 532 Perk. SI s.. 500. Hi* d.lun living room MOfiC THAM MAI* OP talnoua area angling 800 miles than One can't help wundurlngt la of Mrs. olive wlndells Mrs.
more a thousand.
So a/Lit Infram CberroUt, Inc. Florid room combination with, FLORIDA'S TOlRlSTS WILL southwest from upper Pennsyl.', Some there no way for them to escape Anne Korf and the Arthur Holms
fireplace, tcre.ned porch and starved out but more
this endless.
chain of
IK SIN .t.. N MI t HOI enclosed I.rei'. Alto Included RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I I vania down Into Georgia and significantly its best poverty? won congratulations on their
13-Help Want. Female ...*,1... Fl 1.. draped and carpeting Tam ,Alabama. young poo The answer .la yes' but the
McBride, Realtor, 532 Park St.so pie left to get! good educations odds are against It. nobby 15 fie for fI rot at 138; Mrs Dorothy
Experienced waitress wanted at MI 2.1444.Jbedroorns. 2/1111 Hazard population 9,958 ,
Adelaide Palmer
PUBLIC -and never came back Luellen Mrs
:'* R**taurant. Apply In 44-Mobile Homes NOTICEIN Is In the heart of it, with most ia going by bus to high school.

porwn. 3/611 t baths. It* block of the problems doubts and as. Poor people buy groceries, so Davidson hox| 's to keep Bobby placed with 1211/2; Mrs.
,
.
to beach On Central! Av* S3I.
t53hg.auramlve eyncTbnT'Ucretary : THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE let's move along to the HIP In achfiol Harold Weed Mrs.CornWalte
.
for mall office, Mutt 1964 Titan, 2 bedroom m b.th. too Has delune !living room TWELFTH but It'. hard to
how horthnd and operatelype Been uted I month. Waterfront Florid room combination withfireplace THE STATE JUDICIAL OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT IN AND OF supermarket handily across the scraps up enough money for pushed hard with 120-1/2 and
PUBLIC NOTICE
electric. to Coo 17)7 r, YY Send Collier res.urn. lot 161 Pier I Inspect C. Naples after 4PM Land Yacht Lot enclosed garage screened Alto porch Included end FOR IN COLLIER COUNTY street from the office where bhot'S and book. There also la the Kennard tolls also were

County News. 3/10tf Harbor 3/1.10.11 draped McBride, and Realtor, P5.1l"J StSo Case CHANCERY No. 2007 NOTICE UNDER .FICTITIOUS food stamps are pasncd out. a t tuition charge of $5 a month. In the running at 110-1/2.

'.m'l" counter help over II Ml. 2 tS44. 2/Utf FRANCES E. BOSTICK NAME LAW It Is owned and managed by Mo hasn't been able to pay this, Section D, directed by Carter
ri.. Sit. evening.. Mutt 48-Apts. For Rent :__ Tic. Florid. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN thit Bill Perry great.greatgrand.
D. *bl'. to mk. change Apply .t *I. the undersigned.I desiring' I to engage hut no one has pressed him for llarrall, had 12 tables, played
in person at Carousel DnvIn. *. 4 BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME Plaintiffs In bus'int* under th* fictitious semi son of Oliver Hazard Perry, the Ito boards of
J/6tf FOR SEASONAL RENTALSCall With IS X 30 ft. Florida Room. v.. ef PIONEER GROVES On the N H naval officer who defeated the 24 average 132.
Annette C, large screened patio masl.r LUCY ANN SALAS of Section II. n South.Ming Wander over to famed llarlan On North South the Sam
Woman to do light houxwork 525 WIt St So. Wln'.li'ml: l bedroom and bath, air" conditioned JOE SALAS II *t.T : ::r.:1: British in the 1813 battle; 01 Lake County, scene of ao many vlo
InS hour utility room. 2 car carport SIGSBEE WALKER Leaders had a grand and glorIous -
cook I ml. I daily 1/jtf Florid, Intend to register the said Erie lent
or ) hour .... Ph city sewerage .well end MINNIE WALKER disputes around its coalmines
1 day I w. FOR BY WEEK OR name with' the Clerk of the Circuit first at lBelMrs.
RENT. .
Ml!_.i.41o4 after I p rn. If MONTH. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT pump for sprinkling, Q E. Move a t al., Court of Collier County. Florid The nation, poverty..lrlrk..nat and talk with Mary ;
and refrig All rug and drape Defendants GROWERS MARKETING the time gave Perry and his Stanley Petter Mrs. William
,
Girt to perform counter and IN LOVELY SECTIONOF some lurnotur. TV ubi. gas NOTICE OF SUIT Carter, director of pupil per
drjrclaenlng dut,.*. Apply inparson NAPLES JUST OFF THE ht ONLY llS.iOO'Located at THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: SERVICE P. O. Sea INC.101. men land in this arcia., Both the sonnet. She figures that county Franklin were not ashamed to
*t PratherS LaundryHf BEACH CALL MI 26692 till 7th Ave, No Call Bill LUCY ANN SALAS whose d. Hazard and the
1/llf Loetburg, FloridaEDWARDS town ( ) county schools with an enrollment of take second at 153-1/2; Albert
Tllc" ,, 2.5051. ,
MIdway dress I I. unknown to Plaintiff JOE .nd
i7tr7.7. "Apply in p.rson itLiggett Shorty Apt. now availabl OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 SALAS, husband of Lucy Ann PACKING (Perry) are named for him. 2,724, had 331 dropout last Deltnar Carter llarrall. third

Re ell, Naplenping $>o\>- by te'o r or. yr at yearly 4,1 BR homes on llth Av-.. Silas, .whose. address it unknownto COMPANY Perry says that since food year, but she doesn't rely on 1511the:/: Myron Boyds 145-
3OthIlSaI.n
,
Center Ml 2 3691 3ttfWiYcnen.ttaAp'CalI Plintitf.SIGSBEE 1220 New Tempo Highway,
Introduced in this
S* between elk I, Sth SI*. stamps were this and
WALKER. accounting, 1/2. New Mr.
who. address
Lakeland. Florid guests
pronn.l lull lime Apply priced from SI4.JOO to SI'.MO
In perue et Liggett RetaIl, MI' 24162 WILLIAM B. STONE INC.lulld.r. MINNIE i II unknown. to Plaintiff, Mar 10 I I24.. II. UM #il country last April his businesshas "I'm sure there were more," Mrs, D.E. Conaway followed
3/3 WALKER wile of Siglbo -- -- Increased third.
by a
Napl* SbOBAuig" Center.SALES she said "Down here when
1/Mhrr DON'T BUY OR RENT SO Tenth,!! St. No. Ml 2-tJS Walkor to Plaintiff, .hall, address I I. unknown IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN "1 tell you that, if It weren'tfor the youtlnbh with 143. rank One .IIJ Cd
AND too
UNTIL YOU SEE --- FOR eighth grade
HELP WANTED fULL YANKEE'S LANDING B4 2 bdrm. furnished house if Usa bovnmd persons re- COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN food fetamps he said, La Cagnln pushed overthe bogy
TIME 40 HR S DAY WEtK Eaciting unuiud. different) A 1% bath beautiful firoplece.crooned ip.ctively' be alive, and if any of PROBATE No 77 few merchants would be many think you've got all the mark with 132-1/2.
ALL COMPANY BENEFITS wtrfront Coop on Chesapeake. polio utility ,.... carport. the obov..n.m.d persons are dlld. IN RE. "very education you need.''
APPLY AT OFFICE W T Av. in Oyster B.,. See It Beautifully" l.nd.Urr.'i their" respective unbnown "'0". ESTATE OFHERSCHEL. doing anything." Co; to the unemployment of. East Westi Frank LawsoosI -
GRANT CO NAPLES SHOP. today or call Burton Bro Ml ,14ns devisa.s. 1.I.t.. grantees. reditder J. DANIEL' Seldon HAP ban at 172 anothernew
Davidson an custom 'up top ;
PING CENTER 12121 Alter hour 2 3937 3MCKI.n /'tf or. or all olIser parties a' persons Deceased flee and talk with Rita Dixon
'/ILI..IS HI 19 I '-" ,...... I batltC$5 In Let.. clllm'ni interests by.through un. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 1er. came In with three of Ma Her husband Riy teaches couple, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
I bedroom unlurnl.nd Park. Stove included Well and or againtt them rpclively, creditor of the .tilt of ,
In truck
Enperienced cornp.I.nl..Cre APARTMENT with compietrkttchen Pump Some grass end plant and all persons or parties having HERSCHEL J. DANIEL. deceatad.irt neighbors a pickup seventh grade In otto of the Robe-on, second 156-1/2;
tary Knowledge of bookkeeping. Near bl1ch and thop ing*. Ml 24291, J/MO.II O' claiming, to hive from the country community of
right
any notified to Druce
'''''.bl. but not e..ntil BY SEASON OR YEAR title hereby and required poorer sections In the town of Doynton -Sluart Kosters
pn. or In'.r.t m and
to the ...
PI.Kent working, condition' It* eli Ave S. MI 2JJ9J following described land lying and file any hv Claim against or Sad dmnd Ml*!* In.hchtlt.y the Saul, Ky. Harlan. She had him ask his third 155; the Paul Pistols 144-

good Printing pay CO..Apply Inc *MI t Naples 2-4531. bedroom 1us'kNed K, inltivifyj 58-Lots For Salt to being wit.The. in Collier County, Florida of'ic Of the County Judge of Col All are Issued f ..
W. her Florid, month but must
..IU.n.ll14Help room dining room County in Et Napiat.Florid once a they .
wet 420 feet of the Three fourtha of them lookedto 143 1/2.
ly monthly er y *r rourd PhyAP8' south .. within urn lIt ul.ndarmon.lt. Stlmpson
I Ion ..1.. Half or .11. Case 210 feet of come to town to get them Do.
lots the
,lQ4I northwest quart.er from the
r the dt of the lirit great day when they Thirteen
u.Efficienc to Trail where t..y are wdan.ing of the louthw.tt qurtr of mountains and lake. new guests were
Wanted Male ,.* 07. W.ek. or publication of this NOTICE EchTHOMAS cause a
I 18
and
.0. EanI N.pl. 10'110 Cillt. Ihe were they could legally
Month. (IRIS MOTEL), Ml northl Quarter' Section such claim 0' demand must b. in block the shortest path thin la also somewhat of a record.
2 2302 or Ml 2 $151.OWNERS Call Ml 15504. 3110.5t II Township 50 South Range 21 writing. arid most state the place" drop out of school
HELP WANTED Lola: on Naples Park Term East: EXCEPTING) the wt a' rssderice, and post alfu, address a 52.rolie drive each way. D.v.ld Mrs. Dixon from From Warren Pa., came Mr.
cornea
Monty making opp. with Lading studiO efficiency lam as par month.MI 224 feet thereof, previously con a' the Claimant and muSt be sworn ,on pays a token $2 and gets a and Mrs. D.E. Conawayi from
large 4m d'nMll ye *< to Collier coal
and oupanding quality horn 7)440 lye: : County Flor to by the Claimant, his, agent 0' mining family. When the
builder orgnittion fox another tarnished Air cond MI* 2 heat Zltz nnl' MI '77340 Each Yd a'0" his .lIorn.y, 0' it will become vo'daccordn. $72 In stamps The are as good mines, closed, her three ChampaIgn 11\\., Mr. and Mrs.

etperionced productive Compl St No 2/11220 3/ltttth. i* hereby notified that to law as money, and he can spend rank I Robe son; from ReadIng
.ale*. Contact Fred Pauly 19M 14th FRANCES E BOSTICK at el. hove R BROWN brothers scattered, to Indiana,
Michigan Hartte Mooring Lin 7S e IM Homeito t block filed their" sworn. Compleint in the Ancillary them anywhere. to Arizona to Florida. Pa.. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Drive The Mooring of Naples.ASS' to beach Sth St. No. 14.500 Circuit Court Twelfth Judicial Circuit Administrator::: Cum Davidson 33 with seven chll.
49-Houws For Rent Tom McBrido. Realtor t)2 in and for Collier County Testamente Ann*.* Her comment Is a lament for Bowen; West Nyack N.Y" sent

? SALES MQR Perk St. So Ml I tall 2/lltf Florida. against etch of you. II SMITH CARROLL. VEGA dren, never got farther than the much of rural American Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schnaars;
For rent till Dec lith. Fur Defendant seeking' to Quiet their" BROWN NICHOLS sixth grade, "My father wassio.k
Earn good money with ,d..1wor"nl title I* the above "ThOM who have get and
rushed 2 Bedroom 14 bath. PORT ROYXL Lot 122 Galleon described reel Balch' biding up Indianapolis was representedby
condition Must b* r estate ao I had to work to sup "
,
TV cable G* FlondeAttorneys have
screened porch. Drive For Sale or Trade Naples" go gono. Mrs Eleanor
good closer, work well with Each ef Shaffer wblle
uP la further notified ,
FROM you
rig. < that for Administrator port the family.
Writ G J Herbert 2(20 Pout
salesmen' in growing Naples BEACH) Very tKTo quell Road, Parian Con yea ere required to file your ..,ot. Feb 14. 2S Mar I. 10. 1964 a31 He works In stave mills lumber The late President Kennedy'sInterest Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lose
Real l Estate operation with *m- fid tnnt. no children ndMIS ___ len Answer. In the Office O. the In this region was
pPi sis' on horn*. Submit, qualificationt Clerk ef "1get are now living In Naples.
the Circuit
Inquire at 17 Ills Ave So Court in and NOTICE OF. .INTENTION TO mills, wherever he ran stirred

1717AA, Collier and reference County to New box from A em. to I p.m. er 3/ItO afterS For Sale School.Wooded' City Let.water neerShaduwlawn o"rfo ::Cont".t Florida 1 hKpl.t.in Fior.ida. the- REGISTER FICTITIOUS' NAME a day every now and then," presidential by the primary exciting In West 1960 Next Friday March 13, at

Ntple. Florida. p m available, Easy Term ColiMld..y on before The unders'gned' does hereby cer he aald.
or 730 the
April 3rd.
1'64. Woman's Club
Fiuse and cottage tar rent lily Ih 'I we are conducting e Rental Virginia From that Interest : p.m.,
2 M92 or see and to .
pit tirnelusoday; th'lI Satan.doyday .. Month year. dO 20th Ave 50. .rTo yourb'o" upon Plaintiff serve a copy or upon O. said William Answer H Apartment" business, *f ll6, Gulfth Several years ago he started |has come a 78.page plan of ao will resume as the arena. Vic
I'v'' Florida under
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Car nec.s.sery. Shore
Call.ft.rnoon.0' see 1004,. Herman 'two Bedroom two. both housa.unfurnshid Grcly, PUintiff, Attorney herein: I.c' <.oue name of KINGSTON preaching but he ftlll has Mi ,ion for Appalachia. Penriywltt, at Ml 2-4477, will
with tIle ...c.pl.ana' Settle Ctt 8.0(88. Block whose address l I. MS Fifth Avenue and thaI firm amateur The Mount
APIS said corn
son at the Collier Co. N.w. is standing endeavor
K. Pine Ridge E'tnion South. to secure a
stove and refrigerator An Naples Florid en er beforasi'S [partner
MI if the whos Ncurly lU.lNH(
2.2107. 11I0.3t posed following person Uillerenl varieties -
null !..*.. CARIBBEAN REALTY. 1750 data: ath.r...,.. said Complaint names v5 place. of ,esdencee are Paran Baptist church or. where one Is needed. If called -
Eipno..cd salesman full or Three Bedroom and one half NO. Tril., Ml 21155 l 2/lltf will :. take's as confessed b as followsMR ganlzed In 1895, la too poor to < >f .apple Me grown thr'm hiMt -
it Stonecreft Indus Vnet MORNING and Decree Pro Confesso wilfbe by noon Friday
pert me bath house. wnfurmthed .with L6ts"6N RICHARD' VANCE thc world.
*. Its but It dues give _
trios. JM 14th St. N. MI 27U.NEED the e ception of carpet cur SIDE DRIVE NORTH NA. entered against you MRS RICHARD' VANCE pay pastor,

I n.. Clove and refrigerator: PLES. 100 II US' Ml 24TJIIlot WITNESS my hand a* Clerk ef said 1120 Gulf Shor Blvd Davidson $3 a month tu light the ,
Circuit Court ef Collier County. Flor.id I -. RIVIM' ,
PANT TIME MEN WHO Annual LeaseWATKINS *. end Vie seal of the said Court. Ownership. of KINGSTON APTS it stove and warm the church on \ DON' mAr. ) -
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7. A WEEK, PHONE LII SIS Mh Av*. 10. Tl. Ml 2 IU Florida. :
on tie 24th ef .
2.111' 11111 1/IOtf 6.15 ot Gulf liar ruary, A 0 It"MA'Ui"'RET day Feb \ RICHARD VANCE Davldson'a cabin, picturesquefrom C :
I it i our intention to apply to rI'I I
'h< i Brm furnished h uU.. city boy loads 10 toe Gulf ; T SCOTT the Cierk' of the Circuit" Court in the outside, has a low cell. j.: // : ?;
golf cl>
man to else n t0nr ... Clerk o' the Circuit Court and for Collier County. Florid torng.stot rainy day It la A. :
Ion two month per lor. MlMT4T. ..t.". .TV. Cable' avaukbi Ml SI 900 Ec e Collier' County Florid ...* aid name of KINGSTON ing and on this .
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,. JOt' PIt_. Mid war t )2M ICIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ARTS under the provisions dark and oppressive inside Sit Y.
By iNEr MAGILL of Chapter 20*}]. Laws of Florida. Nine peopi. live In three small \ 1-/rncL44cMr4 ,
Deputy Clans Act o' 141Wilne .
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CALL TilE NEWS FOR WILLIAM H. GRACELY *. our hand. the 24th day room, BO cluttered with broken

Attornfor Plaintiffs of Feb IM4 furniture you wo id wr how they !lllUiES

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, March 10, 1964

Panama, Viet Nam Caracas, Trouble Spots Of WorldPANAMA

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CAP) Alone the "This makes the Russians the city's main Buddhist center months of the Diem regime incidents of November and December volts from both right and left
Panama Canal's 40 miles of very unhappy," said Capt. The tough-minded Monks who seem almost forgotten and put out the word aimed at overthrowing his gov.
waterway 0/ the angry political Frank V. Kerley, 44, New Or set up their headquarters at Xa "We believe South Viet Nam's that such Incidents must stop. moment A 1960 bombing killed
events the past two months leans, La., a pilot for 15 years. Lot have split up, returning to revolutionary government sup. I think the young Buddhists and his military aide; Betancourt'shands
ya seem strangely remote. "They are a cold bunch, but a the pagodas from which they ports complete religious equal. the Communists who tried to are still feeble from
r 1 Despite the heated debate between few of them defrost a bit before had assembled last May. Hatreds Ity and Buddhists are well sat. mix in with them also cooled burns
Panama and the United the crossing Is completed." aroused In the last six Isfled," says a leading Buddhist down." Betancourt's battle to stay in
States, the canal continues to Kerley also said canal pilots spokesman. He is Thlch Due power and resist a terrorist war
operate with the same smooth must be tactful. Nghlep, one of the leaders of the openly sponsored by Fidel
efficiency that has been Its hall "One thing we try to remember LatinAmericaTo Buddhist revolt who were )jailed CARACAS (AP>After five Castro of Cub attracted atten.
mark since the first ship passed Is that in boarding stormy President Romulo
another in Dlem's pagoda raids last years lion from most of the Western
through In 1914. man's ship we are entering his Aug. 21.Due Betancourt will step down world. Yet he is most proud of
Ships come and go at a rate home and we must act accord Be Thene Of Nghlep gained wide .attention Wednesday as the first demo. what he feels were the social
rr of about 30 a day, just as they ingly. No matter how vile it after delivering a speechat cratlcally elected chief execu. reforms his administration inl
V did before the current crisis. may look and how foul it tlve in Venezuelan history to
may LBJ Address Quang Due's suicide, and as tlated, especially in education.
The lifeline of commerce remains -taste, you drink what he offers spokesman for the Buddhist finish a term Now Betancourt sounds eager
e open, offering a short cut you. U It hasn't killed him, it high command. "We may lead a more quiet for private life
WASHINGTON
) of nearly Atlantic 8,000 and Pacific miles betweenthe won't bother yoUe" Ident Johnson Is (planning AP) a pres.maJor He lives In a small cubicle atSaigon's life," his Costa Rican wife Car. "I want to walk through the

Even Soviet ships ply oceans. '- speech on UJS. Latin Amerl. ; Glae Mlnh Pagoda, men says""But 1 don't believe streets of any city, pause and
the Isthmus, although the across Russians SAIGON, South Viet Nam can policy focused on the A11U where he says: "It is good to that much. look in store windows, go in and
v have denounced the UJS. (AP-A stream of traffic rum. ance for Progress. get back to my normal life. I Nor does anyone else think buy a newspaper or a book," he
role In Panama.A bles over a patch of asphalt The President also Is expect. must say, my room at Xa Lot stern and pugnacious Betan. says. Betancourt has not en.
Pagoda was cooler than here court, who was 56 on Feb. 22, tered a movie house for five
typical eight hour where a Buddhist monk set fire ed to send to Congress in the ,
crossing and must will quietly retire. He says he He viewed his favorite
to his gasoline-soaked robes next few weeks a onUS but we are monks, we years.
amid the message
peaceful green-carpet- live monks." will rest but his inactivity is ex. cowboy shows and comedies on
nine as
months foreign aid plans and .
ago, catapulting
ed hills along the canal route operations
can seem Viet Nam's Buddhist crisis Into which will cover the Many Roman Catholics feared pected to be only temporary. a special screen In the back.
deceptively simple.
FIGHTING world work reprisals after the military coup "After five years that have yard of his heavily guarded
TARPON This hefty silver king weighingin Actually, operation of the "big attention. of an Interdepartmental
been rough and difficult, and home.
1 because of hatreds
The fiery suicides of committee given the task on Nov. ,
106'/2 made ditch" the varied Thlch two
at six requires skillsof
pounds lumps before being than Quang Due and the five monks months ago of planning a shake- generated during the Diem re. preceded by a long exile, I wantto "I have to rest and recover
boated by William Epstein of Morocco, tnd. It wasEpstein's more 2,825 14,000. ton per.ons.The Norwegian. and one nun who followed his up In AID. The committee is glme. Diem was a Catholic.In recover my" condition as a physically from work and even

first tarpon hunt and the giant fighter was freighter Baleares made such a example sparked a national crisis headed by Undersecretary of November and December, common man, Betancourt has from the" aftermath of my hand
that led to State George W. Ball. mobs of youths waving the wounds, Betancourt said. "I
a d'etat. said.Rough
taken on a 30-pound test line. Rear row Mrs. transit the other day-from the coup and difficult are mod.
Ep Pacific to the Atlantic U.s. policy in this strife-torn The occasion for the speechon Buddhist flag burned houses belonging think I should rest incognito for
stein, Epstein and Capt. Preston Sawyer. Standing hauling a of bananas side- nation was rocked to the core. Latin America will be the to Catholics in coastal est objectives. He had only a some time, to see and study

beside the silver king (front) Is Debbie Whitfield of from Guayaquil cargo, Ecuador, to Highly Informed diplomats said initial meeting March 16 of the towns. The Rev. Patrick J. took 50.50 office survival in 1959 chance:\ amidst when con.he what I want."
O'Connor he knows of no Betancourt plans a three-
Thlch Quang Due's suicide Inter.American Committee says
Ship Ahoy at Gooclland where the tarpon was Gulfport, Miss. major deciding factor in PresIdent wasa the Alliance for Progress. The on further incidents.Father stant street riots in a nation month trip to Britain, France,
During most of the the *
weighed in.Cancer. Baleares' master Capt.trip Jan, John F. Kennedy's decision Organization of American O'Connor, a Catholic whose history is filled with mil. Italy and some Arab republics,
An-
dal, 33, kept to ,his cabin. His to send Henry Cabot Lodge States announced Friday that journalist, has served as an unofficial itary dictatorships.He weathered plots. and re. probably leaving at the end of
for his March.
vessel was guided through the here as ambassador last Johnson will speak on that date spokesman n
August, to the committee which is de. church here since the Buddhist
waterway by a skilled canal ,
Chapter Makes pilot, Paul Cuerriero, 32 a Huge demonstrations of Bud. signed to function as the permanent crisis started.He \ NAPLES -M/AMI, .\)\ '- ... 0
dhlsts were smashed by club. executive of the al. says: "I believe the new "<' '
organ
pleasant round faced
seaman "f";+
Is to be fair wj J 8I' a1RRiVE ,& )
from Rldgewood, N.J. wielding special police in Ngo ; government trying ., I .... -rKIlVEL ,
Dlem's desperate bid to In both the alliance speechand although I think it may sometimes .
The Baleares. which makes sup y
Plans For April Drivereparations the trip every two weeks, was press revolt. the foreign aid message bend over backwards to t. / REFRESHED
Buddhists the Cao
the
be fair to ,
Johnson
Not according to Informed
one of 29 cargo vessels that so much as a plaque Is at SPARE
Dal the Hoa Hao and the other WITH TIME TO r
officials ,
passed through the canal that the place where Thlch Quang will place a heavy new (
for the April Cru. Miss Virginia Edwards, Dr. and day. Thoy carried crude oil, Duc burned to death June 11, emphasis on the theme of "self non-Christian sects But I believe /

sade of the Collier County Unit Mrs. Francis Ford, Mr. and barley, cement, wheat, flour, but the old monk's heart is help" by the countries recelv. the government was em ... ../ PL Y IV Ii .
anti-Catholic PiES
barrassed the ..
of the American Cancer Society Mrs. George Lake and Mrs. F. beer, whisky and even dried venerated at Xa Lot Pagoda, log U.S. assistance. by /lIHLIIIES
were being completed at the board W. Shick. blood-a fertilizer :
of directors meeting held Monday Other board members are Mr. Guerrlero Is one of 120 canal
night at the Elks Club.Dr.Daniel and Mrs. George Atkinson, Mr. pilots They are on 24-hour call
Langley, president, announcedthe and Mrs. A. P. Ayers, Dr. and except on their days off. With
new board members who ares Mrs W. T. Barrett, Mr. and 3'/2 years experience, Cuerriero We'd
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M.Boyle, Mrs. Clyde Brothers, Mrs. H.W. earns base pay of 13,000ayear. like to meet
Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Homer His Income will go up to U 9,600 you. .
L. Dixon, Jr., Mr. and Mrs In another four years when he
News From Donald Elferdlnk, J. S. Elms, reaches senior pilot status.
Mrs. T. Kelly Gantt, Dr. and Russian ships are boarded by I
RecordsCHANCERY Mrs. John Garland, Dr. and Mrs. 20 Marines and a naval officer
County Donald Gorby, Dr. and Mrs. L. for the crossing
F. Gwaltney, Tom Hayer, Mr.
DOCKET and Mrs. Norman Herren, Mrs.
Theodore W, Martin and Pau. William Nixon, Mrs. Bud Kirk, Alienists On
line J. Martin vs Hendry Dredg. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Langley, I'm Don Turner

Ing Corp., hearing for mandatory Dr. and Mrs Newton W. Larkum,
injunction. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Lehman, Dr.
James 0. Taylor and Malda and Mrs. John McCabe.Mlss Ca. Stand
Taylor, vs Hendry Dredging therlne McKenna, Mrs. Vincent TodayIn I'm your newest Imperial Chrysler ,' : .
Corp., hearing for mandatory Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Man. ,g, .
inJunction. glapla, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mlna.

Mae Dean Coyle Aderholt vs rich, Mrs. Richard Pittman, Mr. Ruby CaseDALLAS Plymouth and Valiant Dealer. Now I'd .Y
Wilson Aderholt divorce. and Mrs. John Pulling, WilliamJ. .
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Sheila Lois Billy vs Junior Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Billy divorce. Santini, Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. Tex. (AP) Jack like to meet Sales
li Lily Guerrero vs Merced Guer and Mr. W. Roy Smith, Mr. and Ruby's murder trial moves you our Force. .
rero. non support. Mrs. A. R. Staley, Mrs. June deeper into its critical stages I
Lawrence A. Pettit vs ClaraM. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Herman today with a fierce legal duel
Pettit. divorce. Teetor, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. swirling around the key question
Lois Clarke Reinhold vs WU. Tenney, Jr., Mrs. Clarence : Did Ruby know right from f .
Ham A. Reinhold divorce. Tooke, Mrs. David S. Traer, wrong when he killed Lee Harvey .
Geneva F. Me Duffle vs Earl Mr. and Mrs. N L. Wallingford, Oswald?
Me Duffle divorce. Judge and Mrs, WBdermuth. The Jury of eight man'and We're Zack Red and .
Dr. and Mrs. Gavle Wolfe' Mr.; four women is beginning to hear Larry s ,/
CRIMINAL DOCKET and Mrs. Walter Wolfe and Mrs. psychological and psychiatric
State of Florida vs Helen Green Oscar Yannnn. testimony in Ruby's defense
.. assault with intent to com. Dr. Langley Introduced Mrs. Dr. Manfred Guttmacher, a We're
mlt murder In the first degree. William Barrett, Crusade chair. psychiatrist who is chief medU looking forward to meetingyou s'
State of Florida vs R. S. Stum. man, who announced that her cal officer for the Supreme
bo Issuing worthless checks cochairman will be Mrs.Richard Bench of Baltimore, was to be in
Plttman. the next defense witness.today. person. Whatever price # '

COMMON LAW DOCKET others on her committee are: Ruby's chief counsel, Melvin t -
Helen Hood vs Larry L. Light. Mrs. A. R. Staley, Special Gins; M. Belli, said other doctors will r
ner auto negligence Girl Scout Troop No. 124, Tag follow him range you're interested in We'll see
Fuller Industries, Inc., vs Ar. Day; Don Elferdlnk, Bowling; Belli said the trial could go ,
nold Pike. unpaid note. Beta Sigma Phi, represented by to the jury by Saturday. Dlst..Atty. .
Charles F. McCUrdy v.'Mrs. C. Palmer Harris, Door. Henry M. Wade has Indl. to it you get a great buy.
the Arh Corp., of Collier Coun. 'to.Door Canvas; Rex Lehman, cated the prosecution would j1
ty. unpaid note. Coin Containers) H.S. Tenney, need only one day for rebuttal-
John Bat son vs Carl Hughes Jr., Cancerthon; Mrs. Norman also probably using psychiatric Now here's our Service Manager.
auto negligence Santini, Publicity; Mrs. Norman testimony. ,
William Davidson, et ux, vs Herren, Letters; Mr. and Mrs. Marguerite Oswald, 56, mother *
Paul A. Thomas and Reed Pat. Jack Manglapla, Education; Miss of Oswald, flew into Dallas
rick. judgement. Virginia Edwards and Mrs. Walt. Monday night and checked intoa
er Wolfe, Golf; and Mrs. Frank hotel. There were reports she
Narkl; for Immokalee; Mrs. T. would try to attend the trial
Kelly Gantt, Marco, and Mrs. today.
Uniform Laws
Bud Kirk, Goodland. The state is asking death in I'm Cal WenrichI
Among other speakers were the electric chair for Ruby,
For Highways Dr. Newton W. Larkum, newly charged with murder with mat.
elected president of the Florida ice. Oswald had been accused of

Division of the American Cancer assassinating President John F. take of the sell. Not..
Needed-Rogers Society, Mrs. Maude Legg of Kennedy in Dallas, Nov. 22. care cars we
Fort Myers, district director, Ruby's defense Is temporary
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- "The and Dr. Francis Ford. Insanity.Dr. that
Increasing mobility of the American Dr. Langley stressed the fact Roy Schafer, a Yale psy. they need much-what with their

population, coupled with that everyone either directly or chologlst, described Monday the
the National Defense Highway Indirectly is destined to be touch. tests he gave Ruby last Decem.
System, soon to connect all major ed by the suffering caused by ber. As a result, he said, "I was 5-year/50,000-mile engine and drive train
cities of cancer. "Therefore" he added, certain some kind of brain dam.
our really
country "all of us must unite and do "
age was present.
emphasize a system the of uniform urgent need traffic for his part" in the fight against can. lie said the specific form most warranty-the best in the business. e.
cer. likely was psychomotor epllep.
safety laws," U.S. Rep. PaulG. sy. The tests, he said, showed"signs
Rogers of Florida declared of confusion, marked ,
here Friday. $130 Cash Stolen emotionality, irrational think.

Addressing the closing session From Parked Car ing, fluidity of thinking, a readl. ....-. .
of a five-day Governmental ness of anger reaction," etc.

Affairs Seminar sponsoredby Cameras From Boat Asked If Ruby may have been Stop by next time you're in the .
the Capitol Hill Chapter of Goldstein ins "rage state" when he killed A
Benjamin of North
Oswald, Dr. Schafer said, "I
the Jaycees, Congressman Fort Myers reported the theft
"
believe that the
was case.
Rogers told some 120 Jayceesand of $130 in cash and two wallets neighborhood won't ? '
their wives from throughout valued at $5.00 each. They were you
the United States that uni- stolen between 2 and 3 o'clock John Glenn Starts

provide form traffic greater laws protection would help for to which Saturd he afternoon had parked from In Lowder his car !Battery Of TestsSAN We'd like to show you our place.

all citizens.: milk Park with the doors locked. ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) _
John GrUsedleck, 3600 Gordon, Marine Lt. Col. John H. Glenn
Rogers pointed out that although -
traffic deaths had Drive, also reported yesterday to Jr. began a three to four day
drop- police that a Belle and Howell battery of examinations, includ.
ped to two ((2)) per cent of all elghUmllllmeter movie camera, ing hearing and equilibrium
fatalities In the United States valued at $300, and Kodak valuedat tests, Monday for treatment of WOOD CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INC.
by last September "our na $35 were stolen February a brain concussion. ,
tion's highway safety record Is 27 or 28. He had left them on a Glenn, who suffered the con.
no occasion for complacency boat belonging to Frank Blumeyer cussion in a bathroom accident
particularly when a signltleantproportion which was tied up in a boathouseat i Feb. 26 In Columbus, Ohio, was IMPERIAL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT
of traffic accidentsare 4160 Gordon Dr. after cruise, flown to Wllford Hall U.S. Air
preventable." The Florida In the boat on February 27, When Force Hospital here Friday
he returned for the cameras the i A hospital spokesman said
Congressman who noted drives that "ev next day they were gone. Glenn continues "to suffer with 2600 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL, NAPLES, FLORIDA
ery person or ridesIn the dlztlness when standing and
a motor vehicle or so much sitting that has been the
None Hurt As Fire
crosses the street once a primary complaint" since the
day, has a direct Interest In Destroys Missile accident. The fall injured his In.
traffic safety" ner ear equilibrium. I 'IIERE'S HOW THE 5/50 WARRANTY PROTECTS YOUr Chrysler CorpcnUoa .mnta ItW I yes..s or 60,000 miles.
Perry C, McGrlff jr., of ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) Afire A spokesman said "X rays whichever come ant against defects In materials. and wcwkmanahlp{ end will "place or I'Ppair e& a Chr8l. Mot.on Corpontioa
Gainesville, represented Flor- and explosion during a taken over the weekend were Authorized o..l.r'. pies of bueimve, the engine block, head and internal pana. Intake manifold water pump traioUoa
training exercise Monday destroyed normal and doctors were still taM and internal parte (eadOOin manual clutch), torque coav.rtw drive shaft. unirerrl Joints, 5'P axle and d.ertratal{
ida Jaycees at the seminar. an Atlas intercontinental optimistic of meeting Glenn's and rar wheel bMrine 01 its 19I.t automobile. provld the owner baa the engine oU ehen.d every 3 monthe or .000 ml...... I AtfTMOMUS.OSA1M |0 i CHRYSLER MOnM-GOMfCHUINM
He was among the delegates missile andltsll.mllllonstlo33 t whiclw..r cane ant the oil titer replaced every second oil chanR and the arbuMw sir alter d.04 wary, a mater
greeted by President Johnson miles northeast of Roswell. Noon hoped for April 1 retirement and rrpi.ow every 2 yean, and every o month furn-ilw. to such a dealer. r.Ww_ or perfor.of he r.ql&iNcI .,....
at the White House. Some 45 was hurt. Democratic Glenn is a senatorial candidate nomina.tor the and rnqiMMU the d.*lr. to certify (1)) rwript of Mich ."idor_ and (2)) the car'. they curmnt mik- (..

\ states were represented at the de tion In Ohio. He plans to be
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