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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 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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40th YEAR-NUMBER 160 12 Pages 10 CENTS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 196i




I. Victorious Lodge Challenged HIJ iIJijf'I I


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NEW YORK (AP)-Gov. Nel. can't leave his name In the Oregon The governor sought to deslg., as Lodge's role as "a favorite triumph that shuffled the Re. at the Republican National Con. Gov. Harold< -Stassen- trailed far Hampshire's 30J I precincts

son A. Rockefeller challenged primary and stay on as am. nate the Oregon primary on son" of New England publican presidential cards. ventlon. .behind. counted, this was the Republl.
Henry Cabot Lodge today to a bassador to South Viet Nam. May 15 as a key test In the His write-in vote rolled over Former Vice President Rich. It added up to a New Hampshire can tallys

series of television debates in The governor commented before competition for the Republican i CONCORD, N.H. (AP) Un. hard-running Arizona Sen. Barry ard M. Nixon, another write-in mandate to Lodge to chal. Lodge 30,659

the Oregon primary. taking! off for California, nomination for president. declared and absent, Henry Goldvtater and New York contender, ranked fourth with lenge President Johnson-oil s Goldwater 20,103 r
The !governor told reportersthat where he will resume cam. Rockefeller attributed the am., Cabot Locie swept all the prizes Gov. Nelson; A. Rockefellerand -New Hampshire Republicans.Sen. boss as ambassador-for the Nixon 15,042!

Lodge, a surprise winnerin palgnlng in that state's preference bassador's victory In large 1 in New Hampshire's leadoff prl. < Lodge men captured all 14 Margaret Chase Smith of White house Stissen 1,249Continued
the New Hampshire primary, primaryThe measure to what he described I mary today with a wrlte.ln vote New Hampshire delegate seats Maine and former Minnesota With votes from 288 of New ( on page 5)




Storm Drainage Street Work Ahead Around






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BUDAPEST, \Hungary (AP-
It F t tn Premier Khrushchev Is ex.
ported to call a summit meet.
Ing next month of his allies in
Work Half DoneThe
the Ideological Communist dispute bloc to betweenthe discussthe

Soviet Union and Red China,
informants In Budapest report.
City should be in a post above streets are not aff. No. 3. Wood notes that this pro.

tlon to take bids next month ona ected by the current construe Ject, now more than halfway com. ROM!!; (AP) The suburban
big storm drainage pumping tlon of Sanitary Sewer District pleted, will have to be finished villa where Roman Emperor
station at the Bay end< of Broad before the storm drainage and k"r-&ia\ : Marcus Aurellus is believed to

Avenue South, City Manager street rebuilding program can .V- have been born In 12 A.D. has
Vince Wood reports. County Sets be extended to other areas of vf been discovered In excavations

This pumping station, with an the city. i If ,f for a hospital

estimated price tag of $120,000, Presently, the city has a min. w \ ,, lw ck
will be the first- part of the Priority List 1mal storm drainage system BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) -

$912,000 storm drainage pro. which depends mainly upon open Police were reported today to

!gram to be built. The big pro. On Road WorkThe ditches. There are storm drains have arrested 49 suspected Com
ject U being financed throughthe along the four-laned Trail, and on mu fists In Thailand's strategic

$2,000,000 bond Issue which County Commission In Fifth Avenue South and Third northeastern provinces, where
voters approved a year ago. Street South. Communist infiltration has long
Also expected to go out forbids session yesterday, upon recommendations The Broad Avenue South pump. been a problem

I next month is the initial by County Engineer ing station, and a similar one r

part of the $508,000 street rebuilding Harmon Turner, estab- planned near the City's public MOSCOW (AP)-Soviet sclen.
and construction lished a road priority list works Fifth Avenue tints have concluded that the
project, building on .
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.I which also Is being paid for by which Includes two special pro- North, should be able to handle moon Is covered by a "loose

the bond issue. Storm drainage jects, four primary road pro- storm drainage requirements PETS AND KIDS are !ins parable and that was the porous substance" and that Its

pipes will be laid along the streets jects, and 16 secondary road throughout town, Wood said. Earl. County SurveyBy theme of the show st aged yesterday at Shadow Shadowlawn'sPet Interior Is solid
Involved before they are rebuilt. improvements. ier plans called for a third sta.tion pet The news agency Tans said<
Streets to be rebuilt in this The special projects Include emptying into the Gulf. lawn School by the first iraders in Mrs. Joann Patterson this conclusion was based on a

initial contract are First, Se.1 the construction of a welcome Re-working of plans by engl. FDC MovedTo son's room. Mrs. Patter at rear overlooks the Show Had study of radio waves emanat.
cond, Third, and< Eighth Streets,, neer W.R. Wilson has reducedthe ing from the moon.
from Fifth Avenue South to 12U. station at Carnestown and needed number of pumping excited "kids" and "pets. See story

and< 13th Avenues South, and a footbridge for fishermen across stations to two, which probably Top SpotCollier (NEWS photo) EverythingAnts TORONTO (AP)-Cancer in.

Eighth Avenue South, from the bridge spanning the bayon will result in a reduction of the suranre is available In Ontario-
the Royal Palm Hammock- County's request for a worms: butterflies,
Third to 10th Streets. project cost. "Fewer pumping for both smokers and nonsmok.
Marco Road.Primary stations means more pipe will be Florida Development Commls.s cats, dogs ... even a pig, were ers British Life Insurance Co.
road rebuilding will needed, so the saving will not be survey of the county on U.S. Apologizes Protests Included as entries In the pet has announced Us new cancer

Include 4-lanlng the Trail from substantial," the manager point. which to base future planningis show held yesterday by Shadow- Insurance in advertisements.The .
Immokalee'sRonnie to get a top spot on the
Central Avenue In Naples, northto ed< out. lawn School first-graders number of cigarettes
the line. This priority list, County Engineer In < Joann Patterson'sroom. smoked .determines the terms of
was Mrs.
county
SERVESSOUTH PART Harmon Turner told. commit Over Plane Being Shot Down ''paymtAit
Wilson set up as two projects It The Broad Avenue South sinners at yesterday's meeting. .
sta.
is planned to complete the widening Add turtles, guppies, guinea
of Highway 29 throughthe station will have sufficient capa. Turner reported to the board WASHINGTON (AP) Th i much harsher All three men In pigs, frogs, birds, fish, a ladybug LONDON (AP'>-A bill to ban.
HonorRonnie talked personallywith
Wins 4-H that he had
business section of Im- city to meet storm drainage requirements commls. I United States combined an apology .. the trainer were killed. and similar pets enteredIn Ish store prlce.flxlng brought
mokalee and a fourth throughout the south Wendell Jarrard, with a protest in asking the 1 the show and that the Conservative government Its
Wilson 16 of Immoka.lee project slon director, and told of the At that time Tyler made no portrays
will represent, Collier, Coun. will be Improving the two-lane part of the city, Wood said< urgency In Collier County for Soviet Union to help speed the' apology and denounced< the So. what the first grader considered biggest parliamentary revoltTuesday
This extends roughly from night since the 198)
Trail east toward Palm area and the I return of an American reconnaissance .' viet Union's shooting down of Important In the line of
ty 4.H Clubs In the district con. Royal Fifth Avenue South to 15th or16th such a survey < got pro. Profumo scandal
test March 21 at Camp CloverJ Hammock, a distance of about Avenue South. To the south miss of Immediate action. I bomber and Its three the T39 as "a callous and in.y Twenty Conservative leglsla. ,
shot down pets.Prizes
man crew Tuesday
excusably brutal act of violenceagainst
leaf.Members 10 miles. of that, canals can receive storm Ha said the survey should get ,:aver Communist East Germany., unarmed aircraft." were awarded innumerous tore flouted party discipline and
of the Naples Toast. The secondary list included: drainage runoff. under way soon as Collier The crewmen parachuted'I an < categories. The "best voted for an amendment to water .

master's Club acted as Judges Pulling Road, about 9 miles, Three pumps, two diesels anda County's request had been moved j From the plane after the shootIng .' There was no explanation trick" was performed by a down the bill on Its second
last night at a dinner meetingat in two separate contracts. smaller electric pump, will be from a seventh position on the I the Defense Department' here of the much softer wording dog. Other prizes Included: reading In the House of Com.

the Naples Elks Club. Wll. Oil Well Road,about 11,miles called for in specification for priority list to a top spot. ,I laid, but their fate was nol' of Tuesday night's statement that prettiest, finches: cleanest, m ons.

son's topic was "The meaningof west. the Broad< Avenue station. There In other county business, the :I known here The plane was described .' There was some suggestion if sold fish; longest till, cat; But thanks to a Labor party
the Pledge of Allegiance. Road south and will be space for a fourth pump, unarmed and U.S. officials were puzzled, decision to stay aloof from the
Kelly east commissioners adopted aresolu. Comacho 14 of Goodland not embarrassed by the fact
Harry ,
the
which is expected to be need. fight, amendment was de.
about nine 't
Naples High School sophomore, miles ed sometime in the future. tlon implementing a section of training flight. that the RB66B with a pilot and< est ears, dog) shortest ears, feated 287.20.MOSCOW
was runner.up and used the Bus.slan Naples Immokalee Road, These will lift water the County Code to Control The request for Soviet help' two navigators aboard had< gold fish; smallest, ants; best
Grain Deal as his subject. about four miles east and five pumps elevationof pollution of air and water to pro. vas\ made urgently Tuesday, strayed across the dividing line swimmer, turtle; most expectant
16 l/t feet, from an AP) Premier
This year will be the first miles south to join with other 8.5 feet to plus 8.0 feet, according tact the health of the citizens i light by Assistant Secretary ol in Germany and< gotten over Siamese cat; plus about a Khrushchev ( received acting
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time that Collier County has been roads ( Two projects). to the plans. The net. One portion of the resolution i I Mate: William Tyler to GaorglM. i, Communist territory. dozen similar prizes. Foreign Minister Andrlas Arau.

represented in the contest,accor. Rattlesnake Hammock Road work of storm drainage pipes dealt with salt water intrusion 1 Kornlenko, minister counse.. There was no explanation of The show was attended ,.. cos of Cypru I Tuesday and dls.

ding to Joe Whitesell, assistant about four miles east. will be constructed on a gravity lines.The resolution was adopted at 1 I or of the State Soviet Department Embassy.The announced .' how this happend. The prevl. In lines "... by class membersIn I cUlled the Cyprus crisis with

county agricultural agent. Davis Boulevard east to SR. setup, which is why the that "delivered I ous Incident was also unex. other lower grades at Sha- him.
but It Tyler
a public hearing, was un. i I
Vince Conboy acted as toast. heading into the station will ; planned This was announced by the
pipe There
951.Corkscrew attended by citizens. i I strong! oral protest" to the So dowlawn was one slight
master and Introduced the speak. Community Road be well below sea level. Turner'' reported also that a <,let diplomat against "the pre.., The Air Force said the twin Incident the expectant mothercat government news agency Tass,
ers. Their speeches were eval. Intake will be six aircraft was on a routine which said the conference took
This pipe jet
about three miles Soviet mill, bark-
with
bit
Luff number of deeds for rlghts.ol. uated Gabe master eval.
by feet diameter. will mission from Toul. at Khrushchev's vacation
in Pumps training place
uator with Cliff Wenzel and< MaxA. New Market Road exten- way for the Everglades Express. I:ary forces in shooting down tRB66B Ing dogs, otherwise the pets
lift the water into four 36-inch Rosleres, France, and that the villa on the Blark Sea. It was
had been returned< signed, J, In what
Weston his assistants. way co-operated willingly
as sion.Turner pipes which will discharge Into the,( crew had been briefed to fly a the first public announcementthat
expressed<
River Road but acceptance will be delay.duntU Tyler "also
In the business part of the paving was termed "a most successful
It is hoped the practice mission over West Ger. Khrushchev Is
the Bay. pump. thai t; vacationing
i regrets
northward after the Supreme Court 1 U.S. government' "
meeting Marvin Cecil was elec. about 10 miles. show.
the north imany. pet
station to serve
Ing and inadvertently .
regarding the validation I the: plane became tost
hearing
ted president of the Toastmas. Oil Well Road 4 1/2 miles will be ready< forbidding
ters for the next six months. extension to SR 29. side of town late of the $17 million bonds which :I crossed the demarcation ... SEATTLE Wash. (AP)-Vot.
in summer. Is under protest by the American <4 line between the Federal ers rejected; Tuesday a contra
Wenzel chosen the new
CUlt was
educational vice-president; Ted eastward South Street to SR 858.in Pine Ridge City It is and< also Its engineers the Intent to of have the Automobile Association and the ;I Republic! (West" Germany) and: 10,000 Greek Cypriots versial open housing ordinancethat
Thorward administrative vice City of Miami. East Germany. would< have made racial
Joe Santa secretary Dick Goodlette Road 2 1/2 as much of the street and drain- Turner presented a proposed This was the second Incidentf and religious discrimination in
president) ,
treasurer and Stanley Terry of miles extension. age work as possible done by the certificate of appreciation which i this kind in six weeks and the the sale or rental of dwellings

Bonita, sergeant, .at.arms. The A road at the west side of end of 1984, so the city winter will will go to property owners along next
the
new officers will be Installed at the airport extending northward be "open" for the route who grant the rights. I the Soviet destruction of a U.S, The measure was defeated bya

the next meeting on March 24. about six miles. season. of.way. 'T39 Jet trainer on Jan. 28 wu. two-to-one margin during the

NICOSIA Cyprus (AP- pendence of Cyprus under the city's general election. The vote
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About 10,000 Greek Cypriot ctu. 19C2 treaty. was 112,448 against to 53,493.

dents surged through Nicosia After a throe-lay battle In the Backers of the ordinance indi.

Raging Flood Waters f ..t;; 'lf ',," ... ';- ';' ''.'.' ,, ; ,, ,::. (.:; : ( :; today shouting slogans against west coast town of Ktlma, the cated the battle had just begun.
: One
\ : ;, Britain and the United States. Makarlos government an. Negro pastor said: "I thinkwe'r.
,
: in for a long hot sum.
I .:::< "'. The youths converged on the flounced Its forces had over. ,
"
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." ... passing ,:ar of the British high whelmed Turkish Cypriots after mer.

Force Thousands To FleeBy commissioner, Sir Arthur Clarke a day-long battle in the south. ATHENS Greece (AP)-For.mer .
the doors. Older west Mallla.
and< banged< on village of President Harry S. Truman .
students and police stepped in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS flowed and sent water edging and cleared a path for the car. Sporadic shooting continued In and< Mrs. Lyndon B. John.
son arrived in Athens
Ktlma as Greek and Turkish today to
Surging flood waters swirled to doorsteps. : Turkish warships took to the Cypriot officials met to try to represent the United States at
through portions of seven Mid. Residents prepared to evacu. of the
seas north Cyprus as shore up the shaky rease.flre the funeral Thursday of King
ate as the Ohio River
reached
and
western Eastern states to. of
Greek Cypriot government Paul.
that halted fighting there Mon.
day, forcing thousands of per. flood stages from Pittsburgh to President Makarlos kept up day. Driving Into town Truman got

sons to evacuate their homes Wheeling, W.Va. pressure 'in the Turkish Cypriot his first look at the controver.slal .
and leaving death and extensive ,Officials said< 23 counties in minority in this island republic. statue of himself erected In

damage in their murky wake. Kentucky, 18 In Ohio, 15 InPennsylvania Turkish naval units steamedout County Had 27 tribute to the aid he sent in the
and 6 in Indiana
At least 19
perished
persons of Iskenderun Tuesday, des. late 1940s to help save Greece
as torrential rainstorms, heavy were affected by floods.A Fires In Month
tintlon unknown. Turkish au. from communism. But the for.
snow and< strong winds whipped 66V4-foot crest was expect.
did not how mer president didn't see
thorltles say many a
through hundreds of cities and ed In Cincinnati Thursday, lOt, 10 IncendiaryThe
"Truman out"
vessels left, nor whether any of sign scrawled ona
above flood and
feet the
communities augmenting the stage
highest in almost 20 the troops massed In the area county's fire record for the wall at Athens University in
years.
flooding. about miles from Cyprus another part of the city.
Portions of Kentucky, Penn. Some 5,000families in HamU- 100 month of February as submitted J I
were aboard. by County Ranger James M. Patt.'
and Clermont counties
ton In
sylvanla, Ohio, Indiana, MIs.
.
err erson lists a total of 27 blazes TALLAHASSEE (AP) New
Ohio and Campbell Kenton Similar moves by the Turkish ,
,
sourl, Illinois/ and West Virginia ,
state rules on teacher certlflca.
10 of them said to be 'Mncendl.
<
lay under flood waters. and Boone counties in Kentuckywere fleet since fighting erupted be.
tlon today required a
The American Red Cross affected by flood waters. twetn the two Cypriot factions ary. prospecttive
rushed disaster workers to Cincinnati Some 900 persons 600 of them "COMING ATTRACTIONS" Mrs. John Lee Howard L Taylor and Mr*. Pulling, last December have been de. Smoking was said< to be the subject teacher she teaches.to major in the

Ohio, and Louisville, children were Uken: to Red 'A. Pulling (left) and Mr*. Richard Ik h. chairman) will nerves all artist avaiUbll scribed as "routine exercises" 10 cause were of listed six other as caused fires by, and de. The State Cabinet adopted revision .

Ky. The Ohio River overflowedits Cross shelters. tel discuss pcil; >le future Community Con* itira. The committee' recommendation: Vice President Fazll Kuchuk, bris-burning, One was caused bya of teacher licensing rules
banks in Indiana, Ohio and Many industrues In Ohio and I arts with New York KeprevrnUllr Byron for the three additional concert will\ be leader of the Turkish Cypriot campflre. The report show, Tuesday which officials said

Kentucky and threatened to become West Virginia were closed. Bray at )Iond.,'* kirk-off breakfast ubrnitted for approval of the director of minority, appealed to U.N. Sec. ed that 629 acres were burn. also would< give schools of edu.
York Central Railroad
the fourth worst flood in The New U Thant to dls.
retaryGeneral cation at the universities
.Valley halted its Chicago to Cincinnati at the Beach Club Hotel. Mrh officiallyopened the Naples iommunity Concert Ainocla ed over during the month. more
OIfto force
history. patch a U.N. peace quick.ly leeway In deciding what a teach
Rainfall for the month was
conclu lon ef the drive, which
train 'near the membership drive lion at the
onre-ayrar
Red Cross shelters passenger his
were established to Cyprus to save people reported er candidate studies.
at 2.92. Rainfall for the
in Pennsylvania as the Lawrenceburg, Ind., and pas lleadlminf (the four-concrrt series to b. end thin Saturday. Results of the recent from "annihilation" by Greek year since January 1 has totaled There have been complaints in
Allegheny, Susquehanna and sengers were taken to Cindn. presented during January. February and, survey of member musical preference Cypriots Florida that teachers spend

Ohio rivers surged into streets nail by bus.Tractors. Marrh of mi! la i the w.rld's. beil-loved will be used a* a guide in electing type Kuchuk also wired appeals to S.9I.There have :been: 54 fires in most of their time studying

and homes and trucks Jammed choir the \ienna Choir I tlo)... Thl .eek.. *f entertainment ; remit of the drive will the foreign ministers of Britain, I the county since January 1, burn. teaching methods and don't
Hundreds of families la Mis. roads leading into many river the members. ut the Artist Selection Cwmiller determine inlets fee. Greece and Turkey-the three i I Ing over 1,062 acres, Pattersonsaid. learn much about the subject
Isolated fam.
sourt and Southern. Blinds left towns UUs. to evacuate (Mr.. HreMel. Mr*. Ferdinand C. (Photo by McGralS) nations that guarantee the tnde. < they will teach
their homes as rivers over.

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2 COLLIER UNTf NEWS Wednesday, March II, 1964 t

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1,434' 'Spanish-American War :.. / : Of Capri

i s f es

Veterans Living In Floridaannual N : CUPPS Ml !'tttla ,,+f

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. IIIW n\w..n.AUmIBIIRTIiUOII"1 i service in me Armea Forces who ,. I _
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report of its activities i were enrolled In Florida schools t 'I
for the fiscal year 1983, shows i and colleges under the War Or. '
that benefits were still being paid I phans Education program was More
In Florida to four of the nation's I another Increase In the seventh t were shown ( .; .
remaining 25 living veterans of F year of the program. A total of Division of
the Indian Wars and to 1,434! $969,372 was paid In allowances c Flower '
living veterans of the Spanish* to these youths. Genorally called weekend by ,i 1
American War "orphans" even though one ht Club r '
These represent the only living; parent may be still alive these Burnham to 't
veteran In Florida of America'searly i children must be between 18 and "one of our I
war. 23 years of age to be eligible shows."
The Annual Report of the VA for vocational counseling to guide Burnham 1thanks" I
now on sale at the Government:: them In pursuing a course of
for II
Printing Office, Washington,, college education or vocational
O.C., further shows that veterans i courses leading to a future field Orchid I
and, or, their families in Florida i of employment. Gardens,
received a total of $248,300,048In i The remainder of the cash Hutchinson +
cash benefits and services dur' benefits, services and other ex were
ing the year. pendltures In Florida during the Burnham
In Florida, compensation for fiscal year totaled $73,494,106. 5w The Judges :
service connected disabilities These cash benefits and sere hits ,
and pension for total and perm vices Included hospitalization, of Naples;
nent nonservlce connected dls* loan guarantee and direct home and Mrs --
abilities were paid to 112,338 loan programs, specially equip.
Punta Ciorda landed Mrs. F B. Kieckhsfsr
; by ,
living veterans In the amount of ped automobiles for certain dls. were
108187650. abled veterans, wheel chair rington of ;;f with 124-pounder, and AI Tatu, right, who

Death compensation and pen homes for the seriously disabled, EXCHANGE CLUB honored two Naples and Barbara Easterly president of Stu. and Fort Mrs. \ up with a fighting 84-pounder. See Isles of
slon to the Myers.
were paid dependents administrative
costs and mis
of 38,413 deceased veterans In cellanoous benefits. High School students at Monday dent Council, with G. Vernon Sweet Winners column

the amount of 33925841. night's Beach Club meeting. L to n Exchange president See story.McGrath ges Included F, B. Kleckhefer and clnnl are vacationing In Naples.
CI Insurance payments to bene NH cry Vote Buzz Berson, president of Senior Class, ( photo) brought In the best
flclarles of deceased pollcyhold. KINGS ARE HERE
of the day last Sunday,
ers having disability income pro Great Honor, Says Class 6 can be no argument The kings are beginning to
vision riders on their policies/ Griffin come In, and the first were
statement.
matured endowment paymentsand Ambassador Lodge Boy And Girl Of The Month Class 8 with about Dole that Doxsee, they reported here by Mr. and Mrs.

dividend payments to policy* SAIGON, South Viet Nam Class 10 ,| tarpon weighing over Manning Spencer and Mr. and
holders totaled $28,079, 755 firsts Joseph :J Mrs. Daniel Skinner of Naples
(AP)- 'It Is a great honor anda In two hours.
A yearly average of 134 great compliment," U.S. Am. and Evelyn been fishing only 10 last Sunday. This party stoppedat
disabled veterans of World Warn bassador Class 11 the Isles of Capri Fishing
Mrs.Klerkhefer
Henry Cabot Lodge when
and the Korean Conflict trained said today after learning he Guest Speakers For Exchange Ralph s on the line. She land. Lodge In Mr. Spencer's boat,
the in Florida under "Sara" which he and Mr
during year was the upset victor In NewlIampshlre' Brydon, after a magnificent 50. the ,
the vocational rehabilitation act Skinner built This was the
124
v
Republican prl Class 17 battle. He weighed
to overcome the handicaps of mary election. The Naples Exchange Club has has come an Improvement In the epitome of democracy, the hub t I second; Al had to fight his 84. first time they had the boat out
their disabilities, receiving$302, Lodge made the statement Inaugurated a program of honor. curriculum providing subjects around which the entire activities I Class 18 for 28 minutes for fishing. They came In with
331 ,ln subsistence, tuition, supplies after returning from a field tripin Ing each month a boy and a girl well advanced from the old fash of the school revolve. Participation i. first. it Is Interesting that eight kings and three nice mac.
and equipment payments.In South Viet Nam. lie has been student from Naples Senior High ioned "reading and writing and Is the key word in govern <'khefer went out Sunday kerel.
addition, an average of 2,423 accompanying Secretary of Defense and Naples Junior High, alter arithmetic", he said. ment, but few people have the Class 20 I for the sole purpose of All the following news Is on
Florida veterans still were In Robert S. McNamara hereon natlng between the two schools Buzz Berson, president of the courage to stand up and be count Griffin, first. tarpon that could be the negative side. Mr. and Mrs.
training under the regular World a fact-finding trip. each month. Senior Clasa, addressed the Ex. ed. Class 21 and hung above the fire Clifford Wittig and son Jimhave
War n and Korean CI Dills, receiving *. The ambassador was told of This month's selection .. Buzz change Club members, outlining flU all Americans became fol. second. as of this writ. returned to their home In Boul.
$3,340,993 la cash d his victory while at Hue, 400 Berson and Barbara Easterly the summer activities of the high lowers, Communists would be. Class 23 still does not have a der Junction, Wisc., after two.
lowances.The miles north of here. were Introduced to the Exchange school students. come leaders," said Barbara. second that purpose. What's month stay on the Isles.
419 sons and daughters of A U.s. Army officer handed Club membership at the regular Each year the faculty nomin- Orientation, homecoming tea. Class 24 [ a 124found tarpon Mr and Mrs. Russell Dunhamand
veterans who died as a result of him a note with the primary re Monday night meeting at the ates boys and girls to attend tlvltles for the class of 1938, Eccles, third. fireplace? Well, It's family returned to At.
suits lie looked rather grave, Beach Club Hotel. workshops at the Florida State United Fund drive, formulationof Class 25 I rather Imagine we'll tleboro, Mass., after a vaca.
PUBLIC NOTICE/
folded the note and put It In Ms Principal Wallace Woodruff did University In Tallahasse, where a dress code and the school and Ralph hanging on the wall over tlon at the Isles of Capri Fish.
NoTICE TO BIDDERS pocket the Introducing. Before calling Informal assemblies and lee. mascot project are a few cf this estate office one of ing Lodge.Mr. .
ofhc"alad 0'bide the will County b. Rang.r r.e'lv.d Florida'Ifl' the Asked In Saigon If he was Buzz Berson and Barbara Easterly tures are held about the tuna years Student Council activities.The mention.Class .. Mr. Doxsee reports and Mrs Jack Klein, Jr,
form S.rvlc., P. O Bo 32J. N.. happy, he said, "I'm always to speak, he pointed out Cloning of National and State go. latter Is an eagle, made of 29 : catch Is the of Archbold, Ohio, also guests
pit March*, ft 21)*: I 1964 until for 100:furnl.hinf/PM; (building EST, ) happy. the "remarkable" growth of the vernments. The Student Coun. fiberglass with realistic effects. Eccles, brought In to the at the Lodge,have returned home.
materials' .uppl,.., and contractual Asked If he planned to leave school system from an enroll. cil has a workshop, also at Tal. "Though organizations similarto Class 30 so far this season. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Savage
construction) .rvleat of lavtral required hOll.for.. and the Saigon he said, "I do not planto ment of 490 In 195,1, to about lahasseewhere hypothetlcalsltu- the Student Council; we hope second. Mrs. Kleckhefer are of Rochester, N.Y., are on the
other itructurn In Collier County go to the United States. I do 2700 In 1964. With this Increase atlons are presented to students that Democracy will flourish In Class 32 -mention.'f'I resfdenlshavingmovg way home after their annual
Contractual' *arvlce' .' .* fallow: not plan to leave Saigon. I do from every high school In Flori. the well trained and capable handsof Ralph Brydon ; beautiful new home visit to the Isles.
Plumbing.fmturatt Including material' and not Intend to resign." da.In the leaders of tomorrow, the Helen Tolson river side of Pelican On the positive side, Mr. and
-Electrical( Including malerlelt' and Local VFVV Post addition two local boys are youth of today," concluded Miss Michele, week. They took full Mrs. Joe Grabbeof Boulder Junction

-Septic fixtures.J syot.msl4OrywatI Porpoise To Cut Disagrees With sent to the International Convention Easterly. Class 38 l of the "instant land. Wisc., are extending their
conduction, Including In Pittsburgh, Pa., fol. used so frequently In vacation from one to four weeks.
t-material Til. Installation, Including, malerla Ribbon At Fair State DepartmentThe lowed by tours In New York and Checkup Ackerman, and their home acquired They are occupying the Tatu
It. other Eastern cities. second; and look almost overnight. apartment on the Business Island.
Bid, condition, material ,lust. and TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor. Florida Department of Also, a six weeks scholarship On Mobile Homes third. will be part The bookmobile will be back
specification may be obtained 'from Ida will open a $6.5 million ex
the office of the County 'Nan .r, hlblt at the New York World's the VFW may think well of soliciting Is provided to Camp Arrowhead, Between now and April 1, Class 43 Their perman: again on Wednesday, the 18th,
J25 Florida' Naples.Foraii FloridaThe Service. P, O Box Fair April 22. advertising for Its considered one of the best in the all mobile homes In the areawill Flint, first; Is In Lexington, Ky. between Marinas. 2:30 and 3:30 at the
olfice If located at the south The State World's Fair Au. "Sun Vets" periodical but nation. f cond.
end ethe Naples Airport phone the The be Inspected to see tthey Who wants nice
( ) high school sends studentstd Class 44 a three.quar.
thorn; to the governor ..
Ml 1 12600 reported Naples Post 8089 V/W Is on are In compliance with"the GRANDSON
a at the ter tomcat yellow and
Forest workshop University grown ,
The Florida/ Service reservesthe
EcclesIrst .
and Cabinet Tuesday that a record It.Quartermaster >; .,' !
right to ra/ect any and/or all trained porpoise would leap into against In Galnsville, where various sub. law. thers, second with Al and Hilda orange? This 'friendly gentle pet
bids. Florida' Forest Service, the air from the pool to cut a Charles P. jects are taught concerning the Daniel C. Myers, license merlin third; Sunday, 1 was surprised adopted Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Sam Patterson, ribbon and formally the McCool told the NEWS yes- editing of the '*'e !'Il1tan', the Inspector for the Motor Vehicle ; they had a news Item Platosh, but they'll be going backto
County Ranger open terday that the local VFW school book worth Rees, felt far Chicago in few weeks
March II. II. I'M *>l exhibit.G' postIs year Department, will make the Inspections surpassed the a
not cooperating In the ad Miss Barbara Easterly, pre and warned mobile Class 45 Their son, Gary Ta. and the cat prefers to stay in
17 AIL s RIPPED U P. solicitation the "Sun Vets" sident of the Student Council,was home owners that the vehicle Rees, second; N.Y., called Florida. Ben and Nlta are over
) r; ll vtlr. magazine and will not contact the next speaker. She discussedthe must either be listed on the Eccles, night to tell them at their house almost every day.
,\\ AND DUSTY TOO- .t-. local merchants for that purposes of the StudentCoun. tax roll or bear a license plate, Class 46 a new grandson, David. U anyone wants to speak up for
ell. This organization: endeavorsto Flint, first; Tatu and David are the cat, just sound out. If you
w DON'T GET 1 ; purpose. make the teenager face the The deadline for the pur- second; Mrs. floe Young David can't find Ben and Nlta, leave
EXCITED "The local
eF took actionon chase of mobile home
y post future with intelligence, alert. plateswas man, third. I believe, 7 pounds 14 word with Dick Jurek.Dunton.
z. THAT'S NOTHING NEW. \r this matter two years ago," ness and capability, "Tomor. February 20, the same Class 48 which proves weight Is
said McCool, "resulting In row the student must conquerthe deadline set for car owners. first factor In the
a motion denying Its consent world or the world will con. Myers said he will make inspections Mrs of a news Item.
'FL Y NIJPLESl1 LINES for this solicitation. This actIon quer him, The schools and the as rapidly as possible cond; Mrs. > with Mr. and Mrs. John I uneral services for Ralph
Alton Dunton 61 of
third. 1282 llth
,
i taken last weekend ,
was after a thorough organizations within the schools, were Mr,
study of this subject had been must afford education to Insure Class 53 Jul Ploskl of West Ct. N., who died at Naples Com
made by the POSt" that youth will be prepared for Intosh, second.Class munity Hospital yesterday
leadership,*' said Miss Easterly. BE A 'FRIEND'TO 54 out of the Isles of morning will be held at 10
Drive Carefully And Lire "The Student Council Is the YOUR LIBRARY first. Lodge on Sunday o'clock tomorrow morning at
}j4jjOur Class 55 O.M. Densmore, his Grace L'theran Church with
( 11--- -_ 0- first; Mrs. James, and their tam. the Rev George Price, pas-

cond. Densmores live In St. tor, In ch rge. There will bea
but the men are tern
Class 56 vlsltatloi from 7 to 9 o'
first, Mrs. working In Naples. They clock tonight at the Earl G.
total of 62 pounds of
cond; and of reds, snap. Hodges Funeral Chapel.
m D third. and whitefish Dunton a retired sales ma-
Class 66 part of the day wat. nager of an advertising firm,
-, first; Mrs. F. They caught most of had been a resident of Naples
Our cond. in the Little Marco since last December, moving
GUITARS Class 67 here from Fair Lawn, NJ.
first; Ruby of Capri Civic Asso. Besides his widow Mrs.
SEE OUR BIGSELECTION V Most cond; Ruth March 3 at the home Katherine Dunton of Naples, he

Special Ret.) Al, Li Tatu, Col., E.L. Is survived by a daughter,Mrs.
was e.
the Naples Karen Elwood of Naples; a son,
to fill the
w Sincere Caribbean term of P.J. Valen. Ronald of Santa Cruz, Calif.
OF W.C. a sister
resigned. Until further Mrs Leora Morseof
ARTISTIC meetings will be Ogdensburg, N.Y.; two
GUITARSNOW j Thanks. Class 1 the home of the pros!. brothers, Russell and Robert
first: Elsie ; of Vermont, and four grand-

t Ruth Brashear Mr, and Mrs. Ray children.He .
Class 2 week were friends was a member of the
Many Styles To the Residents of Naples Cooper, first; Mr. and Mrs. L.B Quality Lodge of Masons at
cond; Elise ; d and their daughter, Bronx N.Y.Pallbearers.
to choose ? i' k Collier County and Visitors! Ruby O.The Curry Newcomes, from Camp.stay. will be Chuck

t. mention. on Vodoplch Harold Berson, Ed
Friday and left
from. l'S Thanks to you good folks Class 3 day, Mrs. Curry is Oates,John Bass, Leonard Penning -
; Cooper, first; the Stewards. and George Mler Inter

It I. the studied' opinion of many I Ihit -there Our Grand Opening Celebration ham, second. Mrs. Mark Hanna of ment will be In Naples Mem
should b* a Jood! future In the music field for any wasa Class 4 Ohio, currently va. orial Gardens

camber of )'oun<rd. and huge success. All of us at Wood Elise Cahoon. at the Isles of Capri
Class 6 ,took their friends Forest Service
smattering uf musical arms.. At IjrlcUli. that I III. Paul
(also ); Paclnnl, also
terms Hart waa prcbably the prrmirr I) rld.1 Chrysler-Plymouth out to Coconut
express our grat- W.F Kreblll. ; Is.
of show tune On (he pop; kid, Johnny Mrrrrr hi. Cahoon, third. shelling trip last week. Wants Bids OnHeadquarters

ling been roniiliilrntly clvvvr, if not profound. Frank itude for the warm and friendly manner -, Class 7- find' any rare shells,
Loemrr produced a hlr average< hut hU likm ire (also tricolor: ) need to find rare

far outnumbered by word-wrangler< woe write on L in which you greeted the open- Conklin, ; with enjoy Its shelling.warm temp.This
(the level of fifth-Kridrri. Cammon third.Class blue skies and The Florida Forest Ser-
blue
.It "mctimes !I.mll that a ..r knc." of music ing of Naples' own Imperial, perfect for walking vice today advertised for bids
today {is largely a need for lyric with mu..lnl l mrin.Inc. Burnham, beaches. There was an on construction of three resi

Chrysler, Plymouth Dealership Elise Cahoon, ; of the common shells dences, an office and a shopon
Poetry and murk art' "t"ln.l..ra" one prhologlrally >> Ruby es returned with a the Collier County Unit head
folks* the other and cannot .ur\i h. ale, honorable Mr. and Mrs. Pa. quarters site on Radio Road.

well without it. Write Ijrlcn :If )011 must hut Sincerely! County Ranger James M.

right a wrong< tendency to pursue such railing whilM DON TlTRNERWOOD Patterson said the houses will
Igncring the fund.nientil. of munlc. No tarn, better all be three-bedroom structures
foundation In keeping with other For-
than piano or organ. Tell u. )our
,., phone or visit u* at VAN liE:It VKKIt: Ml'. est Service homes. The office

SIC CENTER: 1919 dlh pi I.., phone MI 2-fi\:12, and Is to be about 22 by 26

He'll chare our know-how with you. BOOKSSONG by fur 60,and the shop about 24

THIS' \\ I:EK'S: '! IMH'SKIIOI.I: HINT': If there
Details of be done
the work
to
I.' no filter\ polish on hand try any toothpaste for are
Included advertising
an effective pllli hinJ. In the legal
carried today in the

Van Der Veer Music Center CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INC. & STORY SHOP NEWS. Bids will be openedon
I III I ii March 26 at the unit's tem

N. I.s Shopping Center Ph. MI 24632 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2520 I porary I port. Patterson headquarters said.at theatre






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If Wrdnemiajr.Urch 11, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
Hill, Mary Earley Works --- Rogers Named


,di) Winner In
Top

Showina- Now At Robinson'sThe a I vi.J' Jury ShowingE.

:recent paintings of Mr, and Mrs. Earley sum- WLX1L
George Snow Hill are being cur mer at Woodstock N.Y., and George Rogers was anted .
rently shown at the R. & R. except for two months In Florida first prize winner last night
Rofilnson Gallery 1290 Third spend the winter In their at the \'aplesn Association's
Street South. This Is the ar- New York apartment overlookIng ii annual Jury show in the Woman's IW0ta
tist's fourth one-man exhibitionIn Central Park. Club Building.
Naples and will continue Mrs. Earley says: "My husband ; : Judges for the show were
through Tuesday. March 17th. and 1 came to Naples last : < Evallna Green and Pat Eng of By JANE MARTIN
Also showing at the Robinson year for the first time and fell : t ( Tort Myers. The judges com
Gallery ls a select groupof under the spell of this enchant- plimented the Naples artists on VW'WWfi 0 fl OTfl WWOfl W'WWO'fl fl 0 0 flWMTf

paintings by New York artist ing town. But being away from the quality of the show. Eva
" Mary Earley. These are small the art world for too long a I llna Green also gave a demonstration Old and new friends gathered Saturday to help
v figurative oils which derive time I begin to feel restlessand III j of collage art as part Mr. and Mrs. Robert SheaUey celebrate their golden

. quality and Intensity of light need the nourishment that of the evening's program. wedding anniversary. Among those enjoying the potluck
f from their gold underpalntlng. only good art can !give So .2J Second prize winner was dinner
Mr. and
were Mrs. A. E. McCoy Cuyahoga Falls,
Hllnian and
Mary Earley studied at the when Mr. Robinson invited me Marjorie Mary
Art Students' League with Ken to bring down some of my work.It t r f' t tw Love won third. Don Nick received Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wagner, Erie, Mich.; the James

neth Hayes Miller KlmonNtco- gave added Interest to our honorable mention for Fattens, Akron Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Louis latsch, Akron,
laides and William Palmer. She anticipated stay." ,. two of: his paintings and Dorothy Ohio. Mr and Mrs. B. E. Shellhorn were there from
Kurz also received an honorable -
has exhibited at the Carnegie Bonita Springs and the E. E. Shellhorns, Robert Shellhornand
Institute Pittsburgh the Metropolitan I' mention.District: .
Museum. New; York; 9U 1' J h J rI Mr and Mrs. C. A. Wicks represented Naples.

the Corcoran Gallery Wash PTA Sharing the spotlight was Mrs. John E. Roberts whois

ington the; the Los San Francisco Museum I fl FUN, '" Meets March 18 visiting the Sheakleys. She was an attendant at their
: Museum
Angeles : wedding and her husband a minister, performed the
the Detroit Art Institute the -7
; In Fort
Myers
Four Arts Society Palm Beach: ::I ceremony 50 years ago in Jamestown N.Y.
and the Woodstock Artists' As a, CfCIl'reed rxOWNSYONEAr Id.o Members of the Parent Tea Mrs. Lyman King is the guest of Mrs. Perry G. Harri

sociation Woodstock New FAMILY LUNCHFor cher associations of Collier son, Second" Avenue, South. Mr. King will be here Friday
< will with
York. Her works are In numerous County join delegations and in the week
he and
early Mrs. will
private collections. extra tang, add this tau : from LeeHendryGlades! King return to
to a molded pudding and Charlotte Counties at the their home in Cleveland.

Tomato Bacon Sandwiches I District)( 10 annual conference Mrs. Harrison is also one of those entertaining for
Lodge Backers of the f'lorlda Congress of !'a-
Molded Farina Pudding with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mitchell popular visitors from
rents and Teachers at 9:30a.l11.
i Did Not Think Red Currant BeverageREDCURRANT Sauce Wednesday March I 18, In the Beverly Hills, Cal. who are with the Humbert Powells,

Wesley Memorial Methodist Mrs. Harrison has planned a dinner party for the 21st.

}1 SAUCE: Church In Fort I'ers.) Mr. and Mrs. James Hall are in their apartment at
He Could Do It 1/2 cup water t' '4.,.); P+ P Theme of the meeting will be"Within the Harbour Club. Also at the Harbour Club are Mr
1 cup ((1 8-ounce jar) red currant yr Us In the Power".
CONCORD N.H. (AP) In', Jelly There will be a panel dbcusslon and Mrs. Seward Moynihan who will stay several weeks.
early January amid the rising 1/4 lemon juice Mr. and Mrs. levant Hall
cup on "Developing our Powers" hope to get to Naples a little
ballyhoo about the nation's first
presidential primary two Bos.: Bring water to a boil in a small with Harry $tevenson,Mrs, Lei !later The Moynihans and Halls all live in Jamestown,
;: saucepan Add jelly and lemon Walker, Paul and the Rev
Ley
ton, businessmen and a secretary : until smooth N. Y.
juice stir
Bring to
Billy Weeks as members of the
drove to New Hampshireto 1
a boil again Remove from heat,
"case the place for panel.
Henry
Chill. Spoon some of sauce over HERE FOR ONE MONTHMr.
Cabot PTA council
Lodge. Individual molds of farina CharlotteCounty
pud
Within a few days they had' ding. Serve extra sauce in a will give a skit, "Our Printed and Mrs. Roy E. Pempin and son. Bob, of Lake Lucerne

rented some office space, separate dish Directions." Chagrin Falls, Ohio, are spending a month in Na
scrounged some furniture and d4 Mrs. Myron Blee of Tallahassee pies. with them
They brought Mrs. Pempin's mother Mrs.
appointed a campaign chair. CHINESE SUPPER president the Florida
man. George Bellamy who the last several weeks
Your own homemade mustard Congress of Parents and Teachers spent at
"We had no financing no or."1 and sharp! will be the principal the Musicians' Club in Coral Gables Another daughter of
ganlzatlon and no candidate,
speaker using her topic
I f were says in David business.Goldberg" "But we Egg Rolls Mustard Pot Mustard "Within its' In the Power" (Continued on |page 6)

34 and Beef with Green Peppers Lunch will be served at the
Goldberg a lawyer
Steamed Rice ------ ----- --- -- -------- -
1? ; his companion Paul Grlndle Preserved Kumquats Tea .. church for a nominal charge You mean you haven't been to
43, an importer had helped run District officers are Mrs
the Senate campaign for Bert Dudley of Fort Myers
MUSTARD POT MUSTARD
Lodge's son, George who lost 2 tablespoons dry mustard president t Mrs, Barney Bree- The LEMON TREE ?
to Edward (Ted) Kennedy In 1 tablespoon cider vinegar ab b den of Punta Gorda, vice-pre
Massachusetts In 1962. 1 teaspoon sugar 19t sident and Mrs Bill Evansof
"We learned a few things :
1 teaspoon salt Tlce
secretary
about How politics well they Goldberg learned grins.was 1 tablespoon salad oil money m your, Rocket
demonstrated Tuesday byLodge's In a mustard stir pot or other small I St. Ann's School
container together the mustard -
write-in triumph in the ,
.
and vinegar until smooth 4 Group Will Hold REDUCED THINGS
New Hampshire primary
Add the sugar, salt and oil, stir ; I/
discipline"We had" says to have Goldberg a sense"We of until smooth. Cover tightly and 'I i./ Dinner ThursdayThe AS MUCH AS....--___-...
refrigerate for several days before : ) 72n
had to concentrate on one or using to allow flavors to r 'J annual ham dinner cpon
"
two could do well. e v
things we cored St. Ann's Homo
blend and Makes by
develop. about
The 'one or two things" a 1/4 cup. School Association will be hel d<; also, a table 'full of bargains .or.$1$ I
direct mall campaign with : Thursday March 12th, at the Nap
''Pled e cards" for Lodge; the 1'.1j't\ : lea Woman's Club f from! to Bp.m
judicious use of a television SUNDAY SUPPER % Tickets will be available at the I com to the back door Beach Patio

film highlighting Lodge's ca. Cheese souffle the Americanway. door, adults 12.00,children$1.00. 3rd St. South
reer: and the mailing to every The public Is Invited to attend,
Republican voter a sample bal. I
lot to show them how to writeIn Cheese Souffle Crusty Rolls ----- -- -
Lodge's name, wade through Tomato Aspic on Salad Greens I -
107 delegate candidates and Fruit and Cookies Beverage 11; ,
pick the right ones. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE
The
Lodge campaign chair. .CHEESE SOUFFLE
man was J. Richard Jackman 1/4 cup each butter and flour
a Concord printing firm execu. 1/4 teaspoon salt A DETECTIVETO
tlve who had never dabbled In 1/8 teaspoon white pepper
politics before. Cayenne pepper to taste
"We had never heard of him." 1 cup milk : KNOW THATmeirc
Goldberg says. "But we taiKea 1/4 pound cheddar cheese grated 4:1'T'
him Into assuming the chair. medium fine
manshlp.",, 3 large eggs, separated r
Did any of them think Lodge 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartarIn
would win? a 1-quart saucepan melt the DRIVE-IN
"Not one of us," laughs Jack butter over low heat; stir in the SMITH COLLEGE ALUMNI renewed old photo are Mrs. Elinor Harned Mrs.
man, who'll head the Lodge del. flour, salt, pepper and cayenne.
egatlon to the GOP nominating Add milk all at once Cook and friendships at their annual get together Ruth Bush, and Mrs. E. W. Timberlake,

convention. "I still can't believewe stir constantly over; moderatelylow and luncheon Monday noon at all of Naples In the lower pictura I cufiATELIQUORS

did It." heat until very thick and the Moorings Country Club. In the top are, seated, Mrs. Ralph Bard and Miss
boiling. Remove from heat; add
cheese and stir to melt. Beat egg picture, from left, are: Mrs. C. James Dorothy Davis, both of Naples; stand.

Hodges Chapel yolks until thickened and lemon- Noell and Mrs. Ralph Carson, both of ing, Mrs. C. M. Bauchspies, Naples,

colored stir into; gradually cheese but sauce vigorously With Naples, Mrs. Roy Adams, Indianapolis, Mrs. Helen Dietrich of Philadelphia,

Featured In clean beater, beat egg whites a member of the class of '04, oldest and Mrs. Charles Gnau of Bonita

with cream of tartar until they graduate present, Mrs. Richard T. Lambert Springs. Approximately 30 attendedthe
hold straight stiff peaks Fold
Magazine StoryA into cheese mixture. Turn into of Naples, class of '47, the most affair, but the photographer was

ungreased 1 11.2-quart souffle recent graduate, and Mrs. lewis Con- unable to get pictures of the entire Is the LEADER in
photograph of the dish or round ovenproof glass ant of Fort Myers. In the middle group. (NEWS photo)
Hodges Funeral Chapel on the cssserol (about 712 inches by ..
North Trail adorns the front cover 2 1./. 2 inches). Set dish in a small Originating SpecialLow
of a recent Issue of The roasting pan ((13 by 8 by 3 inches)
Southern Funeral Director, a with 1 quart hot tap water water
business and professional publication should come up 1 inch. Bake ina BE A 'FRIEND'TO DISTINCTIVE Liquor PricesIn
moderate ((350 degrees) oven 1 YOUR LIBRARY
devoted to the Interestsof FASHIONS
hour. Serve at once Makes 4
funeral directors and pub-
servings Naples
lished in Atlanta Ga. i' *

The Hodges Funeral Home Is
also featured In a two-page article The'Shirley HAS TWO BEAUTIFUL
in the magazine and Is ; COMPLETE
accompanied by photographs of ;: Nick' STORES TO SERVE YOU

the Interior including the
church like chapel, recep- MUSIC STUDIO Ii RESORT BETTER

tion room and a photo of presents
Hodges at his desk. I

"The building{ Is of concrete PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONSfor APPAREL 428 9th Street, South Ml 2.5555
block construction and In the
r
Accordion Guitar and and
!
modern and streamlined resort ,
city of Naples the New Other String: InstrumentsCall I 2023 9th Street, North Ml 2.7222
Orleans design Is not only Impressive
but outstanding." the MI 26610VIRGINIA'S

ankle states. Whether by phoneor
-- - shop
you
"In choosing the decor for -. -;
their new funeral home Mr All serene our shapely linen
and Mrs. Hodges expressed a sheaths. Each of these with complete
desire to combine the 'old of "at the Cove"FOR plainly in person, you buy
New Orleans with the new/ patrician sheaths in its quiet

the article continues. way packs a wallop of entica-
confidence at Mick s.HEADQUARTRS
A BRIGHT EASTER ment, adds lustre to your looks. ,

LADIES # v
FREE <* FOR SPECIALS

TONITE K'fc, Danish paperflowersand
'
Post Time j bunnies as always!

8:15 eggs and baskets k.
1
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a Sonlre splr
DOG / cards so delightful to semi Naples) Florida CALL ON MICK TO ASSIST YOU IN ALL.YOUR PARTY N (

Easter surprise balls TOO HE'LU UKE Tom; WORK OUT OF PLANNWG.;

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for that A Big Step In The Right DirectionThe '\?'. ,block E J J.: \I

in I !: now
rerethe: County Commission is to be sition are requested. Perhaps state aid

congratulated for its decision to initiate In maintenance and upkeep of the facilityat

livli steps toward securing 166 acres of land some later date will be advisable wit

AmiT between Vanderbilt Beach and WigginsPass and of more benefit than financial aid oaRA q7-v 44. : be the ,,

vets fob park and recreational for purchasing the land.Collier.Seminole on ,
purposes.The BEATYANO i seized .|
earT cash cost will run around $3,000 per State Park, located Y PEtOU PCFsa

now acre, but included is 5,800 feet of beach east of Naples on land donated to the report

Prli. frontage which daily becomes more state by the late Barron Collier, is oper to
D.C
andrea scarce and more expensive. ated by the Florida Board of Parks and a boat
U.S.
The need for a park and beach area Historic Memorials. An advisory council : ,

In C in the county has been under discussion composed of local residents works closely turned

IngIt 'for several years. The Naples Chamberof with state officials on park projects. The a : and

ser Commerce conducted a survey on this local advisory council has enjoyed the 1 shore

nenl and need in the not too distant past, and the complete cooperation of state park officials i several

abllllvli Chamber committee made several excellent ) so it seems unlikely that any trouble I liii I ICEN ; the

l suggestions as to suitable locations, would be encountered at the proposed

$lq D procurement methods, etc. Undoubtedlythe facility. cargo

slor Chamber's work was helpful to com However there is some possibilitythat

the of i' missioners.In complete county control of the beach 'ATIONf 11 ,c :ii

0flci ,the past, county officials have and park facility could result in the leaseor

: been understandably hesitant about sale of concessions which would pro

ers vial spending any sizeable amount of money vide more money toward purchase of

mat for the purchase of land for parks and the land than would state participation.This .

andholt recreation. But with the growth of the possibility, and others of similar nature -

A county assured, and the need for public should at least bs investigated.Since .

discna recreation facilities an indisputable fact a county public beach is certainly -

the Commission is more than justifiedin badly needed even now, and the .

the dur its decision to go ahead with the project need will be'greater as population increases ; i -0T: ... .,

to at a cost of around $500,000.As : nothing will be gained by Waiting -
the: to whether the state should be longer to purchase the site for sucha . . . .,

pill 331 asked to participate in financial arrange facility It is well that County Commission People In Today In WashingtonBY month'f

II ments for purchasing the property it has determined to secure an immediate

Flatra seems wise that further study will be option on the land with a viewto The News THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

made before sfate funds for land early purchase.
Wa acqui. . . . .
eel '
low LOS ANGELES (AP) Dion WASHINGTON (AP-In the confronted"by- 4
1 ;.m_ atiti Anthony Fay, 31, adopted son news from Washington: their committee regulation hearing
of comedian Frank Fay, wasn't VIET NAM POLICY: U.S. of.
left anything In Fay's will but Iclals said today the South Viet "You're a fung-ho
he's going to get $43,153 from Nam government plans major know body thinks you )
why
- the estate. changes in its strategic hamlet you
part, as we used
I. Superior Court of Los Angeles program to help speed the war
off Foe* . . . . .. so ordered Tuesday In approving against Communist guerrillas. business." !
He urged
they
: the final accounting of They said the new program
Inaere. Fay's executor would Include: blues "Every" ......... 1
The Sound of Freedom Fay, who died In 1961, had Reducing to a minimum the In The public.blue
con olhCo willed his estate to a hospitaland number of forced relocations of
*. It seems that freedom of any people a church. The estate was peasants into strategic hamlets. Issued except for '
1- (nation) can be judged! by the volume of estimated at $218,869, but taxes, Payment of compensation to According to
2- Pick' 'your Handle their laughter debts and legal expenses reduced peasants required to leave their would cost $42.19
blue blouse
-Tuc BALLINGER (Trxs) LocnClassified It to $93,153. homes to enter the fortified ham. ;hi
So4_- 'broom for each of the I
A new sweeps clean but you lets. / ; :
Marines. The
can have more fUn With an old rake. LOS ANGELES (AP>- lnger Providing not only securitybut I r t
Sat. -TH*: RXQINA (BASK.) COMMONWEALTH Mel Torme has sued singer Judy economic and social bene. would have to j v.
for uniforms out
IIle.Pt Garland for $22,500. fits quickly and effectively to
the Self-praise can be put In the same class Ills complaint, filed in Los An. areas that have been cleared of' pockets. '\
Fit gales, said she owes him\ that Viet Cong guerrillas. I .
32S as. anything else you get for nothing ,1t I'J t ;:;; ))1iJ; / \ :' : .
Underltand.Hd1 J tr r'' J5 "' much on his contract as 'vocal : ;; ;
Th..IM p middle, ;.1 ':>tl I J.. .... ..- : '" THE SHAUOBJN (PA.) CITIZEN arranger of her television Show. BUSINESS OUTLOOK: Secre. +9ria; ib, vF;#'woJv A ;;;: imitating prob

Ththl MI After ( age a man realizes why T* tary of Commerce Luther H. dressing,
It la better that some of his prayers went NEW YORK (AP) '_ Robert Hodges says business Invest. sty lei.
unanswered The Perfect AnswerA Moses, director of the New ment is expected to climb to a STRICTLY out what
bliMt New CANAAN (CONN.) ADVERTISES York World's Fair, asked a gro. record $43.2 billion this year. Study
A perfect wife does not expect a perfect eery chain to remove a huge His prediction at a news con. with
*
makeup
husband. An egotist ;
sign advertising Its bakery ference Tuesday was backed up
-THE HOUMA (LA.) COUWtR:: wares because, he said, it was by figures released by the Se.. you'll never find way--so wrong

so close to the fairgrounds it curities and Exchange Commis about other. l You,
looked like a part of the fair. sion.The/ ,"
The company refused. SEC said a survey It car. Most girls dry that
1 So Moses ordered a frame, 70 ried out with the Commerce De. ing suits on for fare
feet high and 150 feet long, erect partment indicated business Bui
at h'e rs, 's'a ted alongside a highway at the spending on new plants and pillow
Y
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS edge of the fairgrounds. It will equipment would increase $4 Mom.
be strung with pennants.And billion or more than 10 per for both
lo
It'll hide the grocery cent-above the $39.22 billion in cue
sign. 1963.
Business Investment Isconsld. u ran
WASHINGTON (AP) Quoteof ered one of the most Important need pro
the day: Secretary of Com. indicators of the economy's a treat
merce Luther Hodges, asked by health because Investment in a good,
:
.. reporters to comment on a Re. new plants and equipments creates tupward
v, publican claim that the new tax new Jobs.MARINE Alimony is like !) then
cut might boost the economy in stallments on a possible
I 1964, an election year, but would BLUES: If the Marines has been wrecked.Ladies
bring a "bust" In 1965: "Well, adopted Rep. Daniel the
I'd rather have It in 1965 than Flood's suggestion that they Did your the
In 1964." dress the part of a gung-ho out. sneaky banks and
fit it would cost them a pretty checks you write to whisk
"Forelgnade" is the re- penny to garb all the Leather. them to your upward
refreshment that never necks in glamorous blues. the end of each with a
The Democrat Of course splash of witch hazel cold
pauses. Pennsylvania or
:. w" '. !.,. you don't look like your water
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pt'.Ice :\\2, Sj.uki11D ton END. NAP L A 17-year old want, to know where, to look for a rich that someone .is smoking "n (ih.vlv. >"
13, : (>. She I 111''
Tilcplione
Morning LUGS S E R ENE R man. lights every n n
"/ strongly advise against going into medicine. Your life would be prrrrr part when one boy lowered the I ''I1-
gCLL UN I FORM said
"My grandfather always
miserable, Mr. Kildare." 14. Sweetheart :38 l.ru-r In .1 it is just a easy to lor a little atmosphere ,1"'
The AMA News IS.IIIddrn loom R H E A. f. T L R A 5 many a rich man as a poor man. All you have to do j is really blew her loP, pulling < <

,1 16. Enmllt: 39, Ill.ok SOLUTION 0' YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE find. him,," she says., "I. go out with a nice boy 19 but light on with such force '' ,I'
Ii .\no"llIl nll.uu! ne doe in i seem to nave any she pulled off the light eh'' '
Docs and Underdogs .1 19, Ica lettuce -11.& Jewish -6.& tuoe fhh s oil of push. He'll never make I killing thinks that I'm not, giving myself Everyone wa* 110 Chagrined, n <"'
a r H. 1.It\.t'lIcd\ urdnltr I serious about him bar a vhance to '
t. / 211. IlIlIcollle M't'lic am not meet the right hoy. were kpeeehlesa. So they fir- '>
Fourteen students were bitten fear of the brutishness of lower :l2.II.III'I: CUllaldl.I' blulloml cause I 1m determined to find The truth( Is the boys I know are took off. What can you do "i- ,'
by dogs during a desegregation creatures. It.HI.md dun 1. .DUIV1\rcllc 6 t lIn't)' someone with plenty of money. jerks and she should he able to situation like this"
7 :\lac&II' Rut I don't know how to go about see it. Don't think mother
you It harpany
One view was that the Negroeshad :23, lIul\\ U. Sulal my would he best not to
demonstration at Princess Anne Oil 2. lour shad "
II, Glrl'l nallle meeting him. Any suggestions? should tend to her knitting and company in your house un"1,,1
Md.; last week, according to the to be protected from them property' IUlllh: 101111 3lIulI.url Doges If there were such an oasis of let me along until I'm ready to you come to some kind of und '
selves by forcibly them U: l'Iney.ull n PI.luUlc,1) 44&, t'rryrr
reported statement of their preventing medal millionaires you can be sure date more seriously?" landing with your mother H
campus
from taking action that would have 2b spouse 11I.111. bird 10Iure: thai it would be overrun with Some mothers do worry that if other mothers in your set act physician. The use x>f dogs may be brought down on them the violenceof rvtrtuivef eager girls. Rich: boys are likelyto their daughters do not date they ferently when they are chap' i img '
a very effective way of dealing white citizens. This suggestshow l y s '' 1 d j 10 1/ II 111"u"'eI. be found where vuu'd least will not recognize the right boy expose your mother i'-' '.

with mobs. It may even be better paradoxical the maintenanceof I / I) 18.Itnry: suspect"'orklnthelr way up the when he comes along. You may Invite her to a friend's home
than truncheons and boots. But in law and order can become these / 21 Rubber! tree ladder often hunters incognito who'd to escape have moue perception than your while a party U in progress s'
of IJ. U: :New'' atsr fortune marry mother realize, and perhaps it that she can observe how yming
the broad sense-in its impact on days. Surely the point is that both / :U. !\Irmhl them for their money. The roadto will, take you a long while to people may be chaperoned wittvt'1

racial feelings and on world opinion Negroes and whites should be kept I. 0 IT re >IJJ/ 26 ('nas. happiness is not paved with "meet the boy you'll eventuallymarry. being overwhelmed Some'''nr'"
from breaking the law or artested dollar signs as wealthy
it is inexcusable. lofting many Some girl are too mother might cooperate hv "
for breaking the law, through 110:1: II % I 27 ,Iwo people could tell) you. The danger scrupulous and wait too long viting your mother
JJlnce; )alt October the percent. means that do not undermine the : .lll I'uullllg in the marry-for-money hunt i ia then don't marry when they'd like
age of Americana who consider dignity of the law. 0 l' /.01 /i IS' problemtr that you don't recognize real to. House too Smoll
love when it comes ak.>n t.
racial stress the "most important With an irony that should be Instructive 11 t0 j/'Z' yo r<< /, // 3U. Distant Problem'Molher Another party query i ia ltlls"
problemtoday" has fallen from 52 to anyone tempted.to call v'L. / / / 33 Surt'tlnJI Mother Nags Here' another one:

percent to 29 percent says the out the dogs, the local Princess 2',/,/, /' .,' / JI i.J Jf 73 3-1 I'ulill.t Marriage doesn't interest this mother." "problem "If you have a lot of gi:d I
Poll. But there / electric 20-year-old right now: friends and live in a small house
latest Gallup should pole
Anne affair threatens to spread yw "whatda"' you think of a mother
J J' \"'a
IJl0 'l; 1S Ruled "My mother is trying 10 push what should you do when
be 100 percent agreement on the quickly along the whole eastern who embarrass you in the have accommo,
a and can't
tolerable limits of police action in shore of Maryland. Not to be flippant 4' o 4l 4, 37 Euwly'ptusatttellun I me constantly into a marriage jboul it.and I am nags only me presence of your fiicnds I I'Vo date. all party your friend Should >""

sflch incidents as those in Princess about this serious matter it i9 38, :\Ian' 20. but she acts as if 1 am never along not having aflame t* the pledge those you invite to
Anne. Humanity has enough to do appears that support for the underdog .%/, If' natnt4f going to find a husband. .1 don't house a few and then when I again ask secrecy or not have parties"Plan '
people in
to keep the animal side of its na- only widens when he is literally 14. 41Newcomb.:' ,date often and that irks my same thing happen for: .hc'fun.. like the parties in relay and 'tell
curt in check without exploiting bitten. form I mother, who says I should go out an inspector. '|smell smoke.' your friend what you are do Ins.
-Christian Science Monitor Par lime 30 men.AI "' ...I..',... 45. :x' arrow" with many bats 1<) that I unlearn he'* likely to sty sniffing Then they won't b: sffenJd
when one
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1, THE NAPLES DemonstrationTomorrow ir- ",' cJ/'e: podr/J Corner


f ftItI Notebook NightEmile p


: Gruppe famed sea. 'Contrast'Warm
tContinud from page 3)) scape artist, will give the seventh l
ture l and final art demonstration i sunshine from the southern sun
s of A i of the current season Beams its warmth
on everyone.
>c4torn. \ Mrs. Bellamy Is Mrs. Alice Denham of the Mockingbird| Thursday Nichols Art night Gallery at the In Mc-the Palm trees sway in the soft clear air,

Apartments. Balch Building on Third Street. Flowers are blooming, the day Is fair.
Mrs. Frederick Townsend left Tuesday after 10 days South. '
uito with Jjer; sister Mrs. Ralph Plumb and Mr. Plumb. On i Hundreds of residents and IJW \ 17 a I In the North the snow falls softly down;

war winter visitors to Naples have The trees are bare and the grass is brown.As .
the 20th Mrs. Plumb's daughter, Mrs. Edward Walsh, with '
the Mr. Walsh and their three children will arrive from watched Gruppe during his demonstrations k!. the snow fall deepens, the air grows cold,
on according to Colder and colder the harsh winds blow.
izcdorts Buffalo, N. Y., for three weeks. Mrs. Jane McNlchols coowner -

While Mrs. Townsend was here, there were several with her husband Joe Mc From the hedgerow the pheasant calls loud and clear;
in her honor the cocktail the Nichols, of the gallery. The 1c
parties including party The shadows are lengthening and darkness draws near.

:oat to Plumbs gave Thursday. Others who entertained were that demonstrations Gruppe paints are unique water-In The drifts pile deeper, the sun goes down ,

US.WC. Mrs. C H. Giddings, Mrs. W. Berry Huntley and Mrs. front and seascape scenes from The wind dies slowly, snow swirls around.

Aubrey Evans. memory and uses no "live"
.. ,uatbi 'Tis time to think of the southern
models. now sun
ned By the end of the month most of the Aubrey Evans
Gruppe leaves Naples on Sunday .. When the days work is finished and the tasks all done.
and family will be in Naples. Friday, Jenner arrives to vacation for 'f..1 ., _. :' ..-",. .D'. .... .' .... are
lore Jensen Beach on Florida's .... tIIIIUoI""1' n T. ., ...'(UI. .. ... as
cut from the Winchendon School, Winchendon, Mass East Coast where he will Then it's back to the southland with its flowers in bloom,
On the 18th Mr. Evans gets here to spend a month. Andon be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. FAVORITE SUBJECT of artists and camera picture was painted by Emile Grupe The soft sandy beaches and thera's plenty of room,
the Ralph Evlnrude. The Evln- fans is the Naples Fishing Pi:r. and is drawing interest at the Me-
oils the 25th James arrives for the Easter holidays. James To take a big breath and relax for the day,
rudes have Invited the artistto Above is photograph of oil Nichols Art Third Street
a a new Gallery, ,
ncr attended Hobart College In Geneva, N. Y.foIr. And think of your luck you're there to stay.
them
join on a 10-day cruise of the South.
painting NEWS
pier, gathering place ( photo)
rgo and Mrs. Lombard Squires are due next week at aboard the Evinrude's 118-foot Maxine Sumner Nichols
for tourists and Neapolitans alike. The
their home on Nelson's Walk from Westtown, Pa. Miss yacht, the "Chanticleer" to

- Jane Chalfant and Miss Winifred Sharpe who have beenin Bimini where Gruppe will paint
Me'When
Part Of
scenes of the Bahamas, Mrs. Lodge Wins .
the home will To Be .
Squires' since January be leaving Naplesto Evlnrude Is the former Frances Vespucci Plaqi je
. live In Vero Beach. Langford singer and TV per- (Continued from page 1)) often in my heart I feelA

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oliver Jr. of Pittsburgh are here sonality.Mrs. Despite the snowstorm, the sort of emptiness come on,

.,0". 1 for two weeks with Mr. Oliver's parents. The senior Evlnrude has been a Republican some 90,000 turnout votes. Advance totaled In Kennedy S Sp pace Center A little searching will reveal ,
' frequent winter visitor to Naples -
; :i, Olivers plan to stay until the middle of April. and the forecasts had placed it at 90,. The better part of me is gone.
'I "Chanticleer"has
. '. 000 to 100,000.New WASHINGTON (AP) He added: "In Vespucci's day When nothing brings me real contentOr
made a number of voyages Hampshire Democrats A plaque marking the point of the frontier ran parallel to the
JOINT CELEBRATIONDr.
here. Earth and for short dls.. fun and no success
Amerigo Vespucci's discovery only a any
staged a write-in drive of their
and Mrs. Sidney Pollack of Chicago are here for own, in what Gov. John W, King North America will be part of tante at that. Out by the time Seems worth the effort that I spent

J their fifth annual visit. with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Robert A. Rouse called "an expression and ree.ommendaUon" Center the John at Cape F. Kennedy Kennedy Spaco site covery he sailed and his drew!last his voyage last map.he of dls. And I can find no happiness;

Powers. The visit is always timed for a combined celebration Enlists In Robert F. Kennedy that become Atty. Gen.the from which modern voyages of had made plain a revolutionary When I seem incomplete, it's trueI

of the Pollacks' wedding anniversary on the seventh ArmynA party's nominee for vice presl. exploration will depart for the truth That a very new world I know the part that's gone is you.
l' and Mrs. Powers' birthday on the ninth. This year t : dent. moon. and not the coast of Asia lay
; .a z Its leaders had some last-mln. The plaque presented Mondayto due west of Europe. VAE KIDWEll
'. they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Petertil, of ute qualms, fearing a Kennedy I James E. Webb, administrator "In John Kennedy's day the Bonita Springs
i.i Oak Park, III., and the slxsome( went off on the Powers' write.ln that topped that for' of the National Aeronautics frontier haJ begun to run per. -
and Space Administration Is be. pemllcular to the Earth, but only
President Johnson would
boat for a trip to Tortugas and Key West. barrass the President. em. :Ing prepared for shipment to for a short distance at that. SoME CARS liD stoWZ'

... Speaking Tortugas, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Godfrey, The outcome quieted those .1'Cape Kennedy where it will goon "In the course of his brief : ".::.. SOME CARS GO FAST, 04'1.
.. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Everett fears. The figures read this '' display until the center now presidency he gave thrust to the i?
- 'under construction,Is completed. reach or discovery into the far i-: THE TIlIJ/L j1fAi
-. and Dr. and Mrs. Milton M. Harman have chartered: "Lady wart Johnson 21,898 At a ceremony on the annlver.sary reaches of outer space." SOME BLOCK

) ..- r Louise" and will leave the end of the week for a few Kennedy 17,683 'I of Vespucci's birth, former The tablet, 20 indies high and } / CIJN'r6ET PAsT:
: days fishing there. New Hampshire voters also I LI. S. Rep, Alfred E. Santangelo 28 Inches wide, has pictures of '. You :'J
a'.I: approved their state's big gam. ]New York state president of the Vespucci and Kennedy pmb d. I I(
\ Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Brewer are moving Saturdayfrom Federation of Italian.Amerlcan I .
ble: a sweepstakes designed to J ded In plastic on either side FLY NIJPLES IlllllNES
Second Avenue, South, to their new home on Putter f raise money for education. 'Democratic Organizations, made
"He (Vespucci) was the first I
...... Point Road. They will stay In Naples until June and then (S ) sale The of local sweepstakes option vote tickets on the- 'the: President presentation Johnson In a mes. discoverer of tho Western Item

: go to Utica, N. Y., for the summer months. conducted fall over New Hamp. 'lage delivered by his special as.. isphere mainland," the tablet NAPLES MOST MODERN

: Mrs. Brewer's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and shire but effective only In the 42 tlstant' Jack Valentl, expressedhe notes. HAIR FASHION SALON
rr1ROBERT communities with state liquor t nation's thanks "to AmerU "On his third voyage In 1501.
Mrs. Samuel Beardsley, arrived Monday and will be at (:ans of Italian descent for the This Week Special!
stores or race tracks, produced 1502: Vespucci was the first to .,
the Beachcomber for several weeks. The Beardsleys live a lopsided yes-about 3ito 1. unique landmark memorial tablet sight Cape Canaveral Fla., re. Permanent
in West Hartford, Conn. Rockefeller scoffed at Lodge 1 which they have presentedo named in 1963 as Cape Kennedyin [ Wave $12e50 ]
R.,.
ALAN ROUSE as "a favorite son from New t the John F. Kennedy Space everlasting memory of the I $25.00
L Mr., and Mrs. Theodore C. Jewett who have been on England" and Goldwater called enter." 35th president' of the United -....,
the east coast for six weeks are spending a few days Mr.Robert and Mrs.Alan George Rouse,W.20,Rouse son of, him an Ineffectual campaigner. "Amerigo Vespucci, whose States of America" I "AH w.,. WIN ft* U"4.. .... |MpnMM .! Mt Wllll H... liyW.
\ lame all of us bear in our !iden. I .nrf All Wwk Ow..sd
But the Arizona senator
I IJrob. at the Beach Club. They are en route to their horns in 1347 11th Court North, Naples con-* was born :500 Beneath the inscription is the
leased "I must have goofed ity as Americans
U enlisted In the United States .
1 has nutation that the plaque was presented
Buffalo. rears before the death of John
somewhere" in the New HampJshire
Army, with a guaranteed enrollment *' 'ton behalf of the com. WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
!t. ''Also at the Beach Club a're :'Mr,} 'and\ Mrs, H. B. in the service school of his campaign 'I FV"Kennedy; \ yet In splrH and" m unity of 21,000,000Amertcans
.ting The New York tern. deed they were contemporaries, I 417 Mill Aw. I* Pl,. .
governor Ml I-74JS,
e
and will choice.
Schneidewind. of Italian
sing, They live In Essex Fells, N. J., Son of the owner and operatorof pered his reaction with compll. .:Johnson! said. origin

-vhat ylei stay a month. Rouse's Shoe Store Napl.s.Private ments to New Hampshire for
tudy Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reynolds Jr. are the guests of Rouse will take his basic "the victory of moderation"
with combat training at Fort Jackson, "I think the voters of New
Mrs. John Lazear, Gordon Drive. The Reynolds live in
Hampshire have rejected ex.
cup S.C., according to recruiter Ser.
rong Waynesboro, Ge.Thursday geant First Class Donald W. tremlsm," the governor said.
-go,' all guests at The Tides Beach Apartments Sandstedt. He called on would.be candl. BEACH CLUB HOTELIs
ou dates to "come on In and take
of basic
received a notice that they are charter members of the Following completion
I raining, the young soldier will their positions on the Issues and
that T.P.P.C/M Club, and a meeting was called at 5:30 p.m. travel to Fort Monmouth N.J., Join the debate."
rare Kill : To clarify the initials stand for The Tides Patio-Pool where he has been enrolled In Goldwater accused Lodge of Pleased To It/
the U.s. Army Signal School's "staying out of the country to
tom(How Cookout and Mixers Club, and the meeting Is an invitation course In teletypewriter repair. avoid having to say anything."

'iiolb, from owners Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bartel to meet new This 16-week course of study will Both Rockefeller and Goldwa.ter .
. to and old provide him with a working know. said they will head for Call. ANNOUNCEOur
neighbors renew acquaintances.
ledge of Installation and main fornla this week to hunt votesIn
that state's June 2 primary.
tenance of
canpro teletypewriter equip. f
Confessions Will Lions Going ment.
,and. Young Rouse came to Naples Wayne Newkirk PopularSTEAK
eatiod Be Subject For All-Out On following his graduation in 1962
Cuts Foot OnConstruction
from New Bern High School, "
ard
Writers' Broadcast New Bern, N.C.
>ble hen Confession stories will be the Sale Of BulbsThe Sergeant Sandstedt who had ad.dltional Job
'ling subject of the Naples Forum of guarantees for Issue to Wayne Newkirk 1363 Del-
the the Air at 6:35 o'clock tomorrow Naples Lions Club will qualified male and female volunteers mar Lane, was painfully InJured COo ut
our night on Station WNOG. conduct an all-out drive from for Army service, may be late Tuesday afternoon
the Panelists who are members of. now through Saturday March contacted at the Naples Post when an axe slipped while he
tad ink the Naples Wrtterrt'Forumwtllbe 28, to sell electric light bulbs. Office OIl the morning of the second was trimming piling at the Con .
ardh Mary GordyPaulljie Townsend. Every cent of the proceeds will Tuesday each month. At gress Inn Yachtel at the Old "
aold Bob Adams,Terry weed,and J.B. go to sight conservation a club other times, he maintains thoAr Cove. He was employed by the
will my Recruiting Station Room 2 J
Wardell. Mrs. Jackie Hearth spokesman said. E.H. MarhoeferJr.Co. ;
be moderator for the panel. The light bulbs will be sold GUm r Building, Fort Myers. The axe almost severed the EVERY THURSDAY (Weather Permitting' \
.... The telephone there Is EDison 7*
- Panhellenic In handl-packs, each contain- 0051. big toe, but surgery at Naples I
ing: four 100-witt, two 75 watt, Community Hospital reported ,

Group To Meet there and two Is 60-watt available bulbs.a bag'con-Also It Pays To Advertise to have been successful ENJOY A FULL COURSE STEAK OWNER Ff OmIer'aQ"P11::

Members of the Greater N a- raining three 3 way light s5 to . a - f


y ? pies Bight meet,Panhellenic March at 7:30: 16 o'clock, at Council the home Monday will of bulbs.bag$2.00.sell The at the hand regular I-pack priceof or i New Location!! i iI


Mrs. A. A. Rlddleberger, 505 "Every householder can use
tin, Orchid Drive, with Mrs. T.O. light bulbs and this drive givesan s Sunday Buffet Dinner:

n Hh'Ihl'' Colcord as co-hostess. Mrs. opportunity to buy a good I .

Carl Hauber Is president of supply while helping a most I 6:30: to 9:00 P.M.Beautifully .
KWIKCHEKSHOPPING .
.h, the group. worthy cause' said the club
spokesman.The I I
<' TWILIGHT ZONE
,h." entire membership of I Please MakeRESERVATIONS
HARTFORD Ky. (AP) Anna
hIIf1.the'. Fay Autry often reminds her the Lions Club has been organized : CENTER : Decorated Formal Buffet.
to supply friends and
friends of a visit she received
1'';" from outer space while she was neighbors with the bulbs and I 1 60 Feet of Table Space Filled With
n. J watching television. A half- various business firms In the Call
pound metallic object crashed area will cooperate by serving 1 LARGEST SELECTION 1of 1 Exotic and Exciting Dishes I To
hairen through the window of her home. as bulb distribution points. Win. Moran
II Her parentsMr. and Mrs. Thomas Lions Clubs In other cities have Choose From. r

"do Autry sent it to teolofical-tur- had excellent results with si- .
.
II hey authorities in wtshmgton. mllar bulb campaigns said the 1 MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S 1 MI 2-3141

. diome. They said it was s _metorite. Lion member._

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Highlight Eagle Workout per fi t Talks To AnyWho'll


and assistants Bill and
BY DAVID LYON Bryan \
.New faces and a new often Jerry Howell are working with w ar ListenSCOTTSDALE SPORTS

slve pattern are the highlightsof approximately 43 boys. Of this .

the current Naples High number 18 are new troops ArU. LAP) -

School spring football prac- but eight of them have pickedup .. The guy with No. 0 on his back;, . . . . . . . . .
tice. up valuable experienceplay- ... and a few extra pounds up front,

Workouts will continue for Ing junior high ball. reluctantly stopped hitting fun. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday March 11, 1964
(os to the Boston outfield and
another week and the annual Six players got In some play- ..
\ came over to pose for pictures.
Ing time in varsity last ,, ,
spring practice will culminate games Within minute he talk
a was
with an tntrasquad game opento season and won "B" letters. ing ab mt hitting and four or five Mickey Wright Has the RecordsBut

the public on March 20 There are 15 boys who have -.11'. players) were gathered around,
won one letter and five
at the high school field. The varsity as attentive as unpublished

quad will be divided into two who have lettered as sopho- poets at the feet of the Bard.

nearly equal teams the day mores and juniors. "Now the first rule of hitting," She Wants That 72 Average

These five two-letter win- said Ted Williams, "is to get a
before the game. "AllEY TACKLING .,' ar excr,:ise \used 1'.ose ball wh i l' the player across from
ners are wingback Bob Koch good pitch to hit. If the pitcher "n\ ,, _
Head Coach_ Jerry Morris fullback Billy Bryan ends Steve by Naples High School football each him moves for the tackle: More fools you with a ball that's over, 0 Al l' 4.S. Ter. '1r''d''

Clark and Walter Ritchie and to test players alertness and agility than 40 boys; currently are out for you take until he's got two Kathryn Jlrkf'rlht( who

Pistons Wreck tackle Bruce Harris. On the Participants start out flat on their spring football practice. (NEWS photo) strikes"Then on you.concede that the has the record to prove she's
you the greatest woman roller Is
mend from a knee -
operation backs, and at a signal, one picks up a pitcher is In the driver's seat,
NBA Harris Is not In pads winding up her annual Sabhatii \\1 l
Royals and you bring your hands up on
this spring. He Is seeing ser- that bat. and I looking; toward a return to the

Title HopesBy vice as manager. Loyola Over First HurdleIn Claims U.S. Can Among the listeners was Carl links. .

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DIVIDES TROOPS Yastrzemskl the American She became the biggest onei:

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Backfield Coach Bryan divided Be Strongest In League batting champion. Now winner in feminine golf history a
you'd figure he needs a lectureon
o Nobody's as loose as a loser his troops Into two units la hitting like Frank Howard
Race For
when the string begins to run yesterday to get In some workon ChampionshipBy Winter OlympicsNEW needs elevator shoes 431,600. She also won 13 tour:.aments -

but on a pennant race. The cur. how to'line up for the newly- But Yastrzemskl kept listen. another re<'crd. .Vnd she

rent National windup Is Basketball no exception.The Association Installed I" formation series Associated TED Press MEIER Sports Writer round pairings at four regional YORK (AP}-The young ing. When he was a 2.>'ear.old, had a stroke average of *:.81.

Coaches and players have sites Friday! man's dark eyes shot sparks of the lecturer hit .400. In 1957the
feel. still another standard,
lowly Detroit Pistons, The Chicago Loyola Ramblers new : t..rl
concentrated on developing this East at Raleigh Duke vs. fire and his voice bristled with same guy hit .388. Those are the ore;
)Ing no pain at this stage of their are over their first hurdle in a Vlllanova and Princeton Con. Mls < Wright earn about
vs. tones. two highest major league bat.
and Is fighting l
worst NBA season, ambushed series It probable that drive to win the national <'ollegUate x,
nectlcut. "I don't what tell ting in the last thirdof 50,000 a year and representsthe
Cincinnati 114.103 Tuesday night fans will see some plays from basketball championship for care people averages
Mideast at Minneapolis-Ken. us," Jim Heuga of Tahoe City a centur, Oak Cliff County Club of
'and wrecked the Royals' East. the "I" the night of March the second straight year.
tucky vs. Ohio University and Calif. said. "We can become the "I'll probably be here a cou.
!: Division title Dallas She was named the na
ern hopes.The Down 13 at %1.8 after
by points
Michigan vs. Chicago Loyola. .
of Williams told
20.For strongest nation in the Winter pie weeks a
PLston..turned gremlinsthus five years Morris and 14 minutes of play the Ramblers Midwest at Wichita Crelgh- after the tion's woman athlete cf the tear ; ate
Olympics and we don't have to reporter picture ses.slon.
assured Boston of at least his staff have specialized exclusively roared from behind Tuesday night ton vs. Wichita and Texas West. change our way of life to do it. "I'll talk about hitting to for her P61: exploits
a share of its eighth straight to defeat State 101-91 In
In the single-wing Murray: ern vs. Kansas State. "Mark mj words, we'll be anybody who wants to listen. It would seem that she might
.Eastern One Boston
crown. more and have become accustomed the NCAA tournament play at Far West at Corvallls, Ore.- "Most of the pla '. ., ,
Cincinnati defeat opponents whipping them all in a few young ) ease off and not worn about anymore
victory or HI. The Ohio University
The Evanston UCLA vs. Seattle and Utah Statevs. like to talk about it because '
to It. new series era r trrm
will put the Celtics over the top. obcats whipped Louisville years records or am more victories
should make the San Francisco. Heuga 20-year-old Universityof it's the hardest thing to do con.
Eaglesa ,
JOoother also-rans Baltimore 71-69 In overtime In the other right now. Mt.rall what'sthe
Friday's winners meet at the baseball. How ,
Colorado student won one of sistently well in
team to "defense"next
sand Ifew York had similar sac.otage tougher Mideast Regional game at North. same sites In Saturday's quart Uncle Sam's six medals last often do you hear of an outfield. thrill of breakingrecord* :

plans for the Western Division fall. western's McGaw Hall. ter-finals. Saturday's survivorsthen month In the Ninth Winter er going into a long fielding But Vlckev Is returning to thewomen's
San One of the backfield units Utah State from behindIn
leaders But Francis.co came
to Kansas for the
go City Games at Innsbruck Austria-a slump? tour March 17 at Pen- ?<.. ,
and St. LouLf, running 1-2 consisted of alternating block- the last 85 seconds to defeat semifinals and final March 2021. third place bronze in the men'sslalom "Now, to do any good here, _.w>;;;:v.\. ..c .nM rte.#.....
and a game apart In the West, ing backs Van Weeks and Archie Arizona State 92.90 and Seattle The NCAA small college tour. ski race. I've got to be able to talk to a sarola, Fla, and the first thing MICKEY WRIGHT
refused to follow the script with fullback beaten twice bv Oregon: State that will\ under her sights
Turner along ney quarter-flnals are on tap tonight He and other members of the hitter without giving him the one Putt
Lining Up o
The Warriors stepped away Billy Bryan tailback Donald during the regular season, surprised at Evansvllle, Ind., where U.S. Alpine ski team came to idea I'm trying to change his M her burning ambition to average

Lfrom the Bullets 129-111 and theoHawu' Walker and Koch at wingback. the Beavers 61.57 In the Hofstra meets Akron, Evansville New York Tuesday to look at style. I think once a player has 72.00 In fart, that's the onh ture with the caption "Another

shrugged off the Knlcks The other unit had Bill Morton Far West Reglonals at Eugene, plays Cal Poly of Pomona, the films of the big snow and developed a style he's Just about thing she's thinking about Babe' She was only 13 then,

24.105. with Frank Town- Ore. Southeast Missouri plays State Ice carnival. got to sink or swim with it.
Ray Scott and Jackie More alternating These four games completedthe Oh, she's Interested in breaking In 1936 Mickey won her first
College of Iowa and Adelphl They sat in a small darkened "But it's possible to be a gqod
send fullback
at back
blocking plus
land shot the Pistons ahead to first round nationally In the but tournament as a professional
opposes North Carolina ALT American Broadcasting Co. stu. hitter with any style, short of her other records, too
stay early in the third quarter Nick Pedro tailback Car- NCAA and set up these second head." besetting golfer Two years later she became
dio In mid-Manhattan for almost standing on your she says "if I get that 72 I'll
and Alan
Cincinnati's 60 ter Bryan wingback
niaiter cent
per three hours and watched with Williams, an executive assist. them anvwa\" the first woman golfer to
1 jlrst half gunning gave the Roy. Foster. interest their forms ant on the Boston staff, Joinedthe d
wide-eyed as win
the ladles PGA and the
Miss always has
als Wright contended
,, a 59.58 Intermission spread. PLAY BETTER GOLFBy flashed across the silver screen. club here after a trip to the
.}ob Ferry's three-point play fin. A FAMILY TEAM No matter how hard or how South Pacific. He was the star that greatness In golf I Is women' National Open In the

.Ished the Royals after they VETERAN, Wyo. (AP) Vet- long they looked, the result In an outdoors promotion sponsored best measured bv vour score same \ear. For that she got the

closed to within four points In eran basketball coach James Tommy Armour came out the same The Soviet by the New Zealand gov. Mickey, a tall blonde of 28 who Babe 7aharlas Memorial Trophv

bt'he Scott final had period.27 Patterson will have to keep Union was the big winner 26 ernment tourist bureau. is best noted for her long driving That's when she reall7 that
points for Detroit. track of his "First 1 caught a 600-pound
players on a first medals
"Clncy's Oscar Robertson sank Vacation Lies was spurred to greatness the San Diego Union' picture
name basis this year He has "We cannot be content with thresher shark he said. "Then
"til' seven of his first half shots five players named Haas _four \ I being an eighth place nation I caught some trout and killed when she wu compared to the caption was one of the most t

and o wound up with 33. of whom probably will play a lot. V TUP. winter vacation golfer even In sports" Senator Hubert three deer- ll in the space of Immortal Babe Dldrlkson ZaharUs. prophetic lines In sports.

San Francisco, with Al Attles Gary a 6-1 senior forward the !south, southwest, or Humphrey, D-Minn., said after 101 hours They had planes to .

leading the way struck for 41 and Dennis a 6-% sophomore I Hawaii will get plenty of lies ward with alarm. "We must do take me from place to place., It in San Diego The New York Yankees took
happened
'third quarter points and broke forward are brothers Their on thin turf or in sand just something about it." me American League lead on

up a close game. Baltimore cousins George, a 5-8 senior oil the fairway Those shots "We're not an eighth place nation TEN GRAND Calif., her home town when the June 15, 1963, und held it until ,.

trailed SI-SO when the Warriors guard and Bill, a 6-1 outstanding can improve his game greatly at all," Heuga said. "I NEW YORK (AP) Among the San Diego Union carried her pic- the end of the season.
>exploded. Wilt Chamberlain
freshmen prospect team became to play them thought we did amazingly well list of 115 stakes, worth r
iccored 32 points for San Fran.
with All-Stater Stan Smith a 6-4 at Innsbruck especially in ski. 4.347,500, 10 with
with results at all are races
iclsco than the any
gellsmy.a one more. Bullets'rWalt senior, to form the starting five w he'a got to hit doyen ing, considering the amount of MOO,000 or more in added value The.Dogs At Bonita g gIt
One of the top subs I is another emphasis we give the sport. for the 225-day New York Racing ,
Cliff Hagan got 12 of his 34 at the ball That will
points as St. Louis ran a 26-6 Haas, Galen, a 5-10 freshman, the ball and "We have a strong, effective Association: 1964 program. will be J. w.'. Irishman and second the other three
who I Is a cousin to the Other get up on skiing program under way In Opening day of March 20 will
times Last it
third quarter streak Into a 93.73 ,ft ]If he from the one box and Laredo Saturday night
bulge that kept New York out four, its way. tries to this country and have had be the big one for the betting Miss Mar from the four "box was Mist Mar going all the way

of upset range. Ex.Knlck Richie And things aren't going to Improve scoop it up he i is! loml since 1962. Dilly Kldd and I al. public but the first $100,000 race In tonight's "Hot Box" feature for the win and J. W.', Irishman
next season. There lety! out of luck most made It this time. Next won't be until Memorial Day.
'Cuerln added 23 points for the are l run race at the Naples Fort Myers right behind at the finish
hawks. AI Butler topped the two more Haaaes on the Veteran Shots from close I lies time we will We'll have a The feature is the $100,000 Kennel Club. This excellent program line

-Knlcks with 18. junior high team. '* got to play' with much stronger team, all aroundIn added Metropolitan Handicap for which Includes (four ENTitiES

___ the ball a little to the the 1968 games" 3-yeer-olda and upward at one Grade A and four Grade Braces
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Kidd, from Stowe Vt., fin.
right: of your left heel : mile.This will begin at 8:IS. Casey D. I Bowl 7
THE BE
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I behind Pepl Stiegler of Austriain $125,000 Belmont on June 6 at Macalra I Lucky Leaf 4
GOT TIME BERT ? down \our stance Lift your Grade A 10th "Hot Box" race Lady Carl I Big Shark Mar I
the of
.. men's slalom Aqueduct. The richest race
J. W's Irishman
L1 ... will find a
left hand high: in the the New York season will be Second Oratfa 1 1711
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& | Rudy Ann It
hacksw ing and keep your The Champagne, a $125,000 I '
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right elbow down and close to your ribs! so you will be Eagle Runners added event at one mile for 2- Chien', |.I Sanator It
these have raced
AIRLINE SEI1Zt.W dogs against 1 .
.. 1NAIV Frisky Krogrt 4 Pinky Malena I
whipping the dub down almost as! tho you wanted to year-old on Oct. 17. each ether Miss Mar finished

hit the ball into the ground. a Ji m IT The rhkmo TrtbunaHit Open SeasonAt The.long season ends Monday, first on three. occasions and TV Third a H' It Orada 12 Fair C Eotio t/ll 10
Dec 7
second on the other, while the Slye 7J J. W Dabble (
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Fort MyersThe MUSIAL ON THE MOVE .Faurth Crada S I/It

ST LOL'IS (AP) The St. RESULTS Sway Bronco t ttata outdo I
track season began com. Anna Lilt 4 Coope,1.* I
Louis Cardinals estimate that
I'I First' T-.lI:44: Quln SU.20 Brooking I2 Unaada I
petltlvely for Naples High Stan Mutual has received 75.000 Mar, Lyn (Si) |.20 440 M MS t Lady tty 10 Weary Carrit I
'. MoveatoCOUNTRY School this afternoon as a con. W. Mitt (ii I) | 40 149
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CLUB letters to dinner invitations since
LIVING Nappy Oiniar (I) 100 Firm Grade S t/ll
tlngent of boys traveled to Fort he announced his retirement last Daanallt t BB S D'k Oak 10
Myers to run In a practice meet. summer. Second Tii'tlll Ouln. UJ.M Mar How Bill 1 S'my Oawitt I
I Kilmark o ) jfc 1N 241 Sage Flra 7 Sky Bumbia 4Naitll
Since most of the members of At the Milwaukee baseball Tuck Havoc (M) 144 160 't Malal t fiery Helm2
C. R, Nt., Lou (Z) JfO
the ve track team writers' Cardinal
prospe. are dinner general Sid Or.da C t/l
out for football track season manager Bmg Devine quipped: Dally Do..M.* (..n 110.M B'w.y Street I I Some Claule' 1 1

won't get going big until after "Stan h.. been so many places Third T-l:M q.'",. Ill.M Mr, Parren'i Bab t t C My'eua 0'na Hanlaaa CALF 1.IAgtnt 1Diaa
Btn-Cuirt JI spring football practice ends this winter you'd think Charley Gay Rambler; ((7)) 11.Jo 4M { H 4 A Mystery Ittavanth

/I March 20. Meanwhile, non-foot. Finley had us looking for a place iylad Quick (m Rln.> (5) '.2fl .10 40 Ora. A uu5u1

ball boys will get in some running for his Kansas City franchise." In Out 10 Chair I
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t 1 Wunick ((11) J4.M 'a Cast Client t Waahata Chlaf 4
Bill Bryan is coach of the HISTORIC Water M Mn ((2)) 14.M 4 20 tallad t Tiny Molly IIKlchth
track teamand Jerry Morris Pillow ((4) 140

Ls assisting Their football MORFHEVD, Ks.: (C\P) Basketball Fifth T- W)7II Out,,. IU.4C J.WTa Son tl Grid B'kaat A Reaay I/U I
duties prevented them from coach Ellis Johnson .is Mary Filth ) I 450 Little Kaiaal 10 Nyby 7 ithinac
go. Oil. Evans (II) '.10 IM t Wild TIe Itallld
ing to Fort Myers but junior convinced the players rarely remember lalaamald/ Mar (7)) I SO t lee Nat

p I \ DESIGNED FOR THE GOLFER, Bid high: n.ll'Il Bill Marshall ac. anything he tells them tl.trt J 40,25 Quln.' til'00 Ninth Ora. A SISH'some II
CYPRUS GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB ,tmi! anted the runners to Fort during a time out.One Cydia : (f) 1421 160 I 00 Obi, I C.r.ila
Myers. night when his Morehcad Roll, 'Issue (12) }40 120 Rocky Mink 7.t Mae, Joy IfPur
ESTATES will o'Ur 300
ovtr nomotiUind .' Klu (?) '. Chief
State College team gathered f .lOIe".tll land t Al" a I
linvtod amount It bang plicod on Participating in the meet are Zooms 'I Portman 12
th. m.ket thll ....0". Roads are r 4+ Jackie Kline, Bruce Lamartlne, around during a rest stop in an T-11141 Quln tin,M
Rip.tie (1)) 2ZM 000 4 SO Tenth 0,... A I/U
paved, .c.lI.nt water has bean pIped. Wally Fredrickson, Rod Earn. important game, Johnson began K.lttt ell( i 120 4 M JW a "',,,.. I Capt Tank I
to your lot I Ion., hom. are ..bo..10 bo shaw, Tom Bernard, Paul Felsch, reciting portions of Lincoln's Chef .Fa. ((2)) {.SO Holly Glowl Magnut 4
built homasnea are "I.ble Secure f, I IT Gettysburg \ddress Whitay Dawltt II Cane Lao 10
and Randy Harris. Several of Eighth T-II 17 ". Laredo Mia M 1 Wary Harry tClmarrUt
your homotlto NOW, them were planning to enter the Four score and seven years Qoidon Tao (i0)) 10n'41: i M
ago1" he asked one player. Cotton Watcher ) 1129 040Johnny's Orada T jai
dash events and Lamartlne W
Baby ( 400Ninth Prim Monarch i I B'1 Phony }
(' lit. Kline Fredrickson, and Harris "Yes. sir. 1'1watch\ that I Shy Coed 4
( the youngster promised eagerly. T-JliU, Ouln. flL4lB Top f:1I'1' Brway Junior t
scheduled to
were compete In the 01 v Smoky ((2) 12.JO 144 ISO Candy Spots I Dollar Cotton I'
half.mlle relay. We're now engaged in a great Top thoppar (( ) 144 140Illant
civil war," Johnson said to sprig (5)) 4 SO

= B il I lirudh'" a member of another boy. Tenth T-JllM Quln ..... TO ALLREPUBLICANS
"oc_., Mock I 44.20 U 20 4 4N.v.co
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VEr n .x .! \, rot(tic I team i two yeses agoi (4) 1120 140Wtonwood
"i 1..I..t i lilu I I ,\lilitar, > Academy board the boy responded.BE (n) ....

UI (. .1.1. i ash' .1 ;q'r The Clovonth T-44iS Duln.
K ,, .fi h, lox )inn R,,g".r. A 'FRIEND'TO 0uo Flowor (2)) t.M 4 Jrf.
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beautiful Country Club Is already built, and In pla especially /18:75/ COUNTY PROSECUTING

B designed! for the area of pines and typrr. Individual lockers. ATTOBWEY

nhtwrrs and a I'ro Shop which ran supply )uu with, electricor TAX COLLECTOR

pull carte, await )uur pleasure The championship gulf course Big Cypress SUNDAY TAX ASSESSOR

Is .690 yard U. long A .mall restaurant In the Club!>> house Nerves SUPERVISOR OF REGIS.

I light meals and muck. There U also l a uVlixMful bar overlooking Golf TRATION

th. lushly landscaped tee and fairway* of the roumv .V count; '\ DOG RACING COUNTY COMMISSION

Club type swimming pool I I. being added to this ultra modern 3 SEATS

recreation center SCHOOL.BOARD SEATS

COME OUT, DRIVE AROUND I %sa45 f Goodlette Rood Soonoi \ Bonita Springs on U.S. 4-1 If interested to qualify

THEN SEE Howard Carrit. Sales. Mgr. U, S 4ift Road contact the Repvblkan Ex-

Golf and Club Estates entire Committee of Collier

Big Cypress Country fftut uts t (Toiniomi troil) 0\'::; \ RAIN OR CLEAR fOIUSUY4TIONSOLLV Co.*tj. P.O. Boa 8M. Na.

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Department Phone MI,2.6692 1 SATURDAY MATINEE 2:30pm: w'(.... ? :I 2zm for Mine U March 17.

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March 11, I96 4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

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FRANK ECK Houston, who Is a ousln to pro I there are no sectional qualify

AP Newtfeotures Sports Editor Jack Burke worked for proI ling rounds as in the Open the Anne LaButilte Bow.
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ST. Claude Harmon at winged Foot: Masters covers the golf field
PETERSBURG Fla (AP:)I --- --- -_.
for three years. quite well in order In Invite _
[ -Look for a fellow named
Dave Nature has
remarkable and
waysof damage to Stan cleaning
Marr to pop Into the headlines I It would be sometmng u Marr the cream of the fairways healing herself from the damages the beaches. Hand labor with
I before the [ did get Into the Masters and I Winning a PGA tour tournament of
golf pros close their I storms_ floods and shovels Is the only way to get
I annual battle with his teacher Harmonwon does not necessarily qualify other natural
winter tour. : i hurts Yet rid of the mess The Fort
Dave..hasn't even won a tournament the big prize at Augusta with i a pro for the Masters Some good : against the abuses of men, walls will have to be left to

since the 1962 Azalea Open.'a brilliant 279 in 1948, Marr names have been omitted this JI -5 she Is often helpless. Take wind and weather, but the birds

And before that all he took on I missed last ear's Masters but time-George Knudson,winner of for example the tragedy which won't watt.Mother.

| tour was the 1961 Seattle in '62 he played well enough to the Portland, Ore. Open, S oc,:urred In January near the Nature Is helpless.She .
Open 1 I .
and the 1960 Sam Snead get $400I Herman Barron, '63 PGA Senior) S i j Dry Tortugas Florida. can only keep her tides
Festival. On January 7th,the freighter, and waves In and out
I However, he knows he can do winner coming
,
Ray Floyd Phil
But he was one of the most ; Rodgers S..->.D rothe r George, ran around with their gentle but effec-
consistent goiters In ,the first; better. He has been finishing who won the Texas Open; Don a reef tour miles from the Fort tive scouring action: She can

two months of this year ahead of some big name golfers Fairfield, who scored at Oklahoma Va L Jefferson National Monument do nothing to clean off the deli-

He started with a tie for eighth this winter City, and Dave Hill, winner She was carrying phosphate cate coral gardens nothing

In the Los Angeles oPen. He The Masters Is a lose second of last vear's Hot Springs, Ark, cargo plus her fuel oil. A scrub clean the birds nothing

was tied for sixth at Pebble to the National Open and while Open rescue ship came to help but to save her fish. (Already -
the captain refused assistance. beach invertebrates -
Beach tied for seventh at Palm many
Instead he asked permission to fish and crabs have
Springs Calif., and tied for sixthat dump 500 tons of fuel oil to been killed.). Oil was seen on

Phoenix. make the ship float higher Key West beaches 75 miles
Marr who learned golf from hence off the reef. The CoastGuard away and on the snores of all

his father, the first head prc said "NO." the Kevsl I That was the( only

< at the Rumson, N.3.. County, On January 10th, the S.S. way Nature could help *

Club has improved each year Prother George went ahead and by distributing the oil slick as
since 1960 his first campaign AND HE GETS PAID for doing itl I John lakes at Caribbean Gardens In Naples, dumped Its oil! The next day far and wide as possible s9

Ion the full tour. He won $12,066 Oney, fishing lure designer for Fred where the expert angler was granted It was pulled free by the help- it will break down and eventually .

: that year. He tookd.ownI\.570 Argobast, largest manufacturer of luresin permission to pursue his research in a West ing ship and took off for Key disappear. But she can do

In '61, made It $16,790 in '62 the world' has to fish to test his manner that would not disturb the Meanwhile back at the Fort, pools nothing where to bring now back there clear are tide tar

I and last year he hit his peak new designs Oney claims it's a job, lake's prime occupants, the ducks, the black reeking tarry oil pools. She can't warn the sea

In winnings ($18,017)) without so but the triumphant leer on his face swans and geese making up the second began slapping against the old turtles and birds to stay away

much as cashing a first place belies the fact that he considers this largest collection of waterfowl in walls and docks, smearing the this year while a stupid hu-
> check clean white beaches and coat- man's damage is repaired.t
work. His fishin hole was one of the the world, helpless
Ing and
He finished 10th or better eight sea wading- The SJS. Brother George

| times and It was here at the birds. On January 12th, about meanwhile has gone on Its mer-

'63 St Pete Open that he made welt' r'. Exhibition Tilt Rangers Hear On 75 per cent of the beautiful ry way to England. But not
Report beaches of the
Finds Dry Tortugas before the Coast Guard filed
Belinsky
j hls>mly solid bid for a win After j were Inches deep In thick oil. repons and fined the shipping
84 holes Dave had a three stroke Hundreds of
Wild As Rabbit gulls egrets company $10,000. The penalty

I lead but lost by one, stroke to By TED MEIER Florida Forestry ProgramCounty terns,pelicans cormorants and will be paid but what recom-
[ freshman ervMn herons were covered with
Raymond Floyd. Associated Press Sports WriterBo tar. pense is that against tarry-tast-
On Marr's showing this winter Belinsky Is as wild as a The sea lay under a heavy big shrimp bloated fish, deedbirds
lit wtjuld not be surprising If he March hare. Forest Ranger James :I recreational facilities on prl. slick of this oil and waves continually a dirtied National Monument
M. Patterson and lands should be of
Assistant Ran. >vale a part"
( At least he was Tuesday In deposited more on the blackened beaches and
a
were one of the three to Ernest .
pros ger Brantley attended a j t the forestry program.
his first start for fort, docks, boats and buoys.
the Los
An. sea no longer clean
get a last minute invitation t'o X vai district meeting of rangers and The program should pro.
o geles Angels on the spring ex. For the birds, It meant a slow
supervisors in Fort Myers last '>vide Information and education
[the Masters at Augusta April hlbltlon baseball schedule. and terrible IN THE SWIM
death. The alldoesn't
week to hear )1all of forest
a report on "Flor. I c phases conger
[912The DAVE MARR (LEFT) & COUSIN JACK BURKE The southpaw who became a Ida's Forestry Program." >vatlon, with special emphasis kill Immediately. Instead DENVER (AP) For a nhn
celebrity with a no-hitler In who used to be afraid of water
30-year-old native of A Pro With a Future Reports' were made by C.H. t t toward youth groups, It was point S feathers gumtogetherso
1962, then slumped and was and didn't learn swim until
to he
Coulter state forester; J.M. 4 Bouton Still quarter of a century flew Int 0 Track Attendance sent down to Hawaii In the Pa. Beathe associate state forester; Forest Research Lrtroilcalforestry less bird must walk or swimto was middle-Died., Dr. Harry V.
clflc Coast last
League season _
Miami Tuesday night en rout teIg and II.K. Mikell, chief of fire I I and continued support move and feed. Eventually nile low has come a long way
After Bigger to the Yankees' spring train Up 12.9 Per Cent gave fanned up four only In a two-Inning two hits stint and (control. other 4 research efforts is a must. it starves to death. Others and swum a I long way t
at nearby Fort Laude: The speakers Patterson said i'a speaker said. He referred to The local osteopath launched
camp but
against Cleveland at Tucson. manage to fly as they
Pay From YanksMIAMI dale after making It clear th:;It t For Last 8 Months (discussed Florida's minimum t t the Eucalyptus tree which I is preen a learn-lo-swtm crash program In
In between he Issued three themselves the oil Is Ingested -
he had not agreed to the club'* MIAMI (AP) Horses dogs forestry program for the next I'fast finding Its place In South I 1949 at the Denver Athletic Club
Fla. (AP) Bulldog bases on balls, made a wild j two to five 1 1dx Florida. and poisons them. Still swimming pcxft "I| decided
$18,500: contract offer and stl 11 and jal alal players brought years, and covered [((0
to pitch and nearly beaned pitcher others die of
Jim Bouton Is still trying put due to
"In view of the astonishing pneumonia learn ,
considers It unsatisfactory.But Florida $20,422,523 from July 1.e. Dick Donovan of the Indians. separate points.It to swim or drown, he retails
the bite on the. New York Yan. he added "I may t; 1963 through March 3, 1964, the And one of the two hits he was pointed out the pro. I growth and potential source of loss of waterproofing and subSequent It took him two years before '
kees'
I treasury.The first forced to sign under the cond>II. Florida State Racing Commls. yielded was a .::50.loot homerby gram should provide proter. 25year.old: pitcher tlons lion for all of Florida's '' the Eucalyptus: tree re. the
1 Yankee holdout In a now prevailing slon reported today. Wally Post with two on In forest Is extreme because the Dry pool. |
major
The state's revenue was up the first Innings. The hefty wal. land from wildfires. Over' 'quires expanded research ef. Tortugas are Important nestIng But once pail that point .to

._... --- _. -_. --- -- $1,687,503 over the correspond.Ing .1 lop started Cleveland on the I 30 per cent of 2 million un. forts to overcome cultural and I 1 sites for Sooty Terns and nude up for lost time. Swirmnin
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period In 196243 or 9.1 pert way to a 9.7 victory. protected acres suffers annual utilization' problems, the speaker Brown Noddles. They an due for in hour every weekday it
cent. There 'were 1,466 programs. Belinsky blanked the Indians'{damage by wildfires, while less said j to arrive there from the south noon he his amuied' totes bf .
In the latest report comparedto In the second Inning by strikingout /than one per cent of the 18 Patterson announced that there, In mid-March When touch 2.040 miles In the AtMeitt/ Clilb
1,433 in the 196243 season. ,million protected acres burns. will be an open house on March, they pool moil thin
the
the Bide after two walks Bo or distance
f % Forest Insects 14 at 2 at the "Chip Mill'' down on those gooky beaches
and
diseases
must p.m.
i J Hialeah Tropical Sunshineand was slated to work three innings from Denver to New York. On h0semiannual
Pompano Park tracks had but Manager Bill I Rlgney 1!be constantly watched and con. I located at Korl, just off Highway their fate and the fate of their vacations: he goes to
1,067,650: paid admissions, up removed Mm after the second j trolled, a spokesman said. 20. The open house will be held unborn young Is sealed) Hawaii, Jamaica, Maiitlirf,
The should I for all Interested landowners and Because of this The
program provide threat
13.3 per cent, and betting total.
"because he threw too many Mexico: and Las Vegas to Iwinf.but ,
r r .. ed $112,805,815: an Increase of pitches." I reforestation of eight million ac. I Interested businessmen Patterson Everglades National park has that doein't on his
3.4 per cent. Leon Wagner traded to.res I furnishing sufficient seed. said. sent in personnel to study the ficial rrcord' go of.
The 16 greyhound tracks had Cleveland by the the Angels, I}lings and tree seeds and dove -
paid admissions totaling 2,944. was one of Dellnsky's strikeout I lop superior seed orchards to
491 and parl-mutuel wag-irlng victims In his first appearance I plant Idle lands.It .
amounted to $129.I67.fI/lI. At. against his former teammates.In should furnish forest ma.
s tendance was up 12.9 per cent fact, he didn't hit the ball'out nagement assistance primarily
and betting up 15.8 per cent. of the infield In three at': 'or nearly 100,000 owners of ;
small woodlands where the ww rJ'.3"
Six jal alal frontons attracted bats. In addition he dropped a : need # .,
Y 999,658 paid admissions up 8.9 fly ball In foul territory and U. great.
per cent, and betting amountedto drew a salute from the Angel Outdoor recreation facilitieson
$29,345,762: a gain of 10.6 per bench. state owned laWs, and astls.
cent. lance In planning and developing tr
The San Francisco Giants \ :
beat Boston 5-1 at Phoenix for ..,
The University of Kentucky their fourth straight victory In "I
has two of the Illicit guard in the only other exhibition scheduled Liston Posts
college basketball In 6-6 sophomore Tuesday. t
Tom Kron and 6-5 senior Rookies Jesus Alou and Jim ws
I Charles Iihmael. Hart starred for the Giants. r
Bond On Gun

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Tips On Naples! | Traffic RapsDENVER .
s MA e eiexK'It
Flotilla |

L ., (AP) Former ; Y
..ft..l.hg' Boating USCGA I I heavy wnight champion Sonny
:Liston was arrested Tues
'j lay night by a traffic officer who
I ".: "v ,. I Members of Naples Flotilla List given here if used may laid Llston was driving 76 miles
v,. of the Coast very well prevent an unhappy ui hour !In a 30 mile an hour .'
e ace, .....- a -.l"" 93 1.1$. ,r. .
Guard Auxiliary point to the boating trip the flotilla says. tone. ....
MRS. CHARLES PAR> (right) came from behind and statistical record of boat- Review the following at the Patrolman James Snider said I(6

defeated Mrs. W W. Wilson, two games to one, on Ing accidents and many minor start of each season and perl- after ie found stopping In a Llston's search of Cadillac Llston ;

mishaps which occur through odically throughout the season: ,,,..,, ,,.
I Monday in championship match of Senior Citizens'women's hat he was carrying a seven ,. >, I
1. Are all Coast Guard ... ,. ..
simple carelessness and for- re- shot .22 caliber pistol with six ,.. ... .ullt: .... # ..".. 'II
shuffleboard tournament, Mrs. Wilson won -: ---- -- --- --
getfulness on the pan of all quirements for lights bells, rtrldges: and an empty shell.
first game, p3-33, but Mrs. Paris came back to take of us. whistles fire extinguishers Snider alone when he stopped NEWEST ADDITION to Fifth Avenue Is by Ralph A. Bosflck for Mr and 'Mr*.

77-38 and 79.25 victories (NEWS photo) The Pre-CruUeSafetyCheck and life-saving devices on Llston's car, said he had to call the Seacrest Apartment Building, be. John Lanza of Naples. It contains 12
board and in working order' mother patrol car for help in I
two-bedroom two-bath and
tween Second and Third Streets, South, units two
2. Is an anchor on board handcuffing Llston "when he be.
attached to line and line at- came: belligerent." He was which Is expected to be ready for occupancy one bedroom, one bath units. The

tached to boat? Extra line? aken:; In handcuffs to police about April 1 1. It Is being built apartments will be rented furnished j
Mooring lines? h quarters. -
3. Is a corrected Snider said he charged LIston

properly installed? compass t with/Uf, speeding reckless,and carrying careless a drlv.con.

4. Are all necessary Gov- talea weapon ana ormng wttn. Q e t1SeI\JIt : 'i
ernment Navigational Chins out a valid Colorado operator's r o

and Cruising Guides on Board' license. Liston was booked at .. :
5. Are such Items as first t the, jail but gained his Immedl. .
M aid kit, flashlight tool kit.bilge ate release by posting $300 bond, GALLERY ;LL
pump bailer, and paddle on hIder! said
v board? The officer S-fooUO, 189 I ::
1290 Third Street South I FloridaPAINTINGS l l
Naples
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And pound,, said he didn't know who .
then as an airline
Llston was "until I got down rb
pilot does prior to take-off
t..,o headquarter and one of the :
a simple check-off list, sucn other. officers who knew him, ,
as: laid 'Hello Sonny'."
N
1. DldlCheck Snider said another person In BY
the weather conditions LUton's car was not taken Into

expected' custody and drove his car away. GEORGEA'
Tell someone on shore where Snider; said he didn't know his

I was going and my expected I Identity.'
arrival time and place The arrest took place on East
17th Avenue within a mile of Lls.ton's .
Check and
the compass lay HILL
:; residence In East Denver.
'
out a course?
Snider said Liston offered no
; 2S Zest the lights, horn all r'.stance( getting Into his patrol

engines, clutches car: but on the trip down to the
2. Check police station "began to argue .-

1 y Life preservers enough at and that's when I called for an. TH NAPLES EXHIBIT I .
hand and In good 'condition other car. I said I had a rue. iuuIu I., f
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Anchor all set to go and Comer that was beginning to get

IDEAL WEATHER means there' lots of Friday afternoon, and the three newer attached' First Aid Kit at J pretty:. rough."
with the help of the other of.
action on the Cambier Park huffle- court, not shown, also were in play hind supplies- stocked? Fuel and oil *fleer Snider said he put hand. MARCH 10 THRU MARCH 17Marr fJ

board courts nowadays. This shot (NEWS photo) IF ALL O.K. GOj If ruffs: on Llston and drove to the
I headquarters with no other dlf.flcultles. .
shows all UK of the old courts in use not, NO 001! .;""

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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 11, 1964
Stock Market Climbs To



When It Comes To JudgesFor New Highs And May Go UpB r



School Science Fairs qpi \ ROGER LAN: 107.7'nll'' on the basis of a I

: vP Business News Writer new method of calculating llv
Hi; 1rT'; ";!.W YORK iAP>-.The tax tug costs On the old basis, it
yro 1' til tiring rr *srrlbdl held steady. at December's '\'.
Naples Area Is 'Loaded'The the l tat. Pi sldent Joint' F, el.

K, nod u .ar and a lulf ago Stock sales reached 28,043,.
tit. u\ :11 t., 'II'> into the 470 shares slightly under the
names of the Judges for E.J. Herzog Is an electrical .
<-, it t 11'nll'm! i :; during previous lI'l'ek's'ulume of 26,.
last week' Science Fairs have engineering graduate of the Unl.
f '.0 H ,91 O. Bond sales, par value,
appeared"ln a news Itembut with. verslty of Illinois. He servedfor
: T'.o i. .1 t appll' it ion was n totaled 3,910,000 comparedwith
out any biographical Information. many years in the electronic
'k ctts(ril, uted to salaryI the
$63,22,000 previous
The population of the Naples area department of Westinghouse and +
Is small, but the talents of the Interested mainly In their for. .I I ,. teainei Thursday and week.
exhibitors and of the judges are elgn business.R. U
,I alb as t il.l effects fan New York Hanker
considered remarkable. To pro. L. Fraser Is an Electrical
., 'oeit" t'\I'ltr' i Imnr1 .
vide for last minutes absencesa Engineering graduate of the UnU ,
is f thousai is of Predicts Tighter
fairly large list of judges Is verslty of Florida who started d 80 million mdividualaI corpora. R
kept on file. working for Florida Power and > "
..1 1 d ip +Mtl). $11.5 bll. :Mortgage :Money
Co. lie
For the biological lence field Light upon graduation .,
11 tear OIL' to spend' orT
there aret is now local manager for his MIAMI BECHT) A
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Mrs. Florence Albin spent 30 company and has been a science ttgher moitgage Inane situation
> (Idml") stratlon is count.
years with the U.S. Departmentof fair judge since the beginning may result from a trend of
Agriculture at Beltsvllle, Md. Philip C. Jones Is an Elec. ii the suiting stepup In slower savings and the presentrate
She was assistant nematologist trlcil Engineering graduate of c'1}""I d'H.' "i tll' spur expansion of nehousing const inc.tlon .
.
ii n I ad) fli .
and worked mainly with plant the Massachusetts Institute of urlshing .con."III' the president of the U.S.
parasitic nematodes. Technology. He worked In his > ,I 1 Octiei atlnj more Savings and Loan League said
JobS, t I 11'Vero' a persistent'
G.P. Atkinson received his degree field in Brazil and In various up. today
In chemistry and pharmacyat parts of the country. His last UP1, ', t' ujicniplovmont.P Eugene M. Moitlock, New
the University of Georgia; 30 years before retiring were t i irudlrtiie works, only' York City the trade group's
11111' lid toll.It ,
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worked as a pharmacist at At. spent with Bell Telephone La chief officer, addressed thetpenlng
lanta, and Melbourne, Fla., be. boratories. -* jiiual on the businessand session of the Annual
tore opening his pharmacy In F.C. McIntosh received his in inn seine came at a Southeastern' Conference oC Sav.
time w11' i iii arable .
Naples. engineering degree from the UnU omens ( on.tlnut ings and Loan Associations.
John l Pinter: received his bach verslty of Wisconsin and spent >d 'tl', ptlt ip and disquieting One' liken) effect' if the current
elor's degree from the Unlver 40 years in the heating and air fluenc( 's ilow. tightening In the' mortgage mar
sity of California and did post conditioning field. lie served The si"''ek market cltmed toin ket, Moitlock said, "will be to
graduate work at Johns Hopkins.He six years on the National Councilof 'u' hi I Ii i I'umd and despite' halt the rise of loan maturitiesand .
s"mt> la' I king and filling
Is now a Medical Technolo. the American Society of Heat. loan-to.ptIce ratios."
gist Director In Naples. Ing, Refrigerating and Air Con. 'r sliced si tu i s of digging in "As conditions in the' mortgage .

Dr. H.R. Hulpleu received his dltlonlng Engineers.Dr. thorp, 01 i evil pushing higher. market. become more fa.oiable .

PhEr at Johns Hopkins and re. S.C. Ogburn was given his ,,Mllrt'lud\ news came from \ to the lenders, they' will ,
tired while head of the Depart. PhD in chemistry at the Unlver. tl ''' looming auto industry. ', a be reflected b\ somewhat firm.
bellwether of
form
ment of Pharmocology at the slty of North Carolina lie wasa prosperity ei Interest rates and also b j
Indiana University School of Med. university professor and dean ,tlt ,in's satellite' businesses, and growing selectivity. b) lendersin
iclne. He was listed In Who's Who for fifteen years and later an w t, tram' steel, a second stiongun. screening borrowers and In

In America until his retirement.J.V. industrial Research Scientist and deriving force with wide-spread ,establishing mortgage contrac.

.. Kealey Is a graduate of the Executive for twenty two years. ing roots. tual terms," Mortlock said.
University of Pittsburgh Schoolof He is a charter member of the r Other reports told of a sharp Mortlock told the group the
Pharmacy and operated his Virginia Academy of Science, and rise in machine tool orders, Increased I nation's savings and loan associations .
drug store In Jeannette until his is a member of many scientific .. factory' bookings of new have experienced a sub.
.
retirement to Naples about sev. and educational societies, both yy orders and promising achieve slantUl decline in new savings
ven years ago. domestic and foreign. ; menu toward development ofa since mld-19C3 while their mort
Robert Llndabury was gradu. William Pancoast received his ) 4 supersonic commercial air (I gage lending volume has re.
ated from th Agricultural Coil. degree in chemistry from the transport. ,I named at a record level"
ege of the University of Toronto University of Wisconsin. lie The consumer price Index, re. The' decline In savings was
. 4r and came to Florida as the district spent most of his time before vised to reflect changed pur. |blamed by Mortlock on In.
.. r representative of an agrl retirement with the American chasing patterns, crept higher. ,creased consumer-- siw>ndintr -and
cultural chemical company, and Window Glass Company. lie was Leading aluminum producersmade growing public participation in
now has a local store selling in charge of research and development YIp an ingot price rise stick the stock market. }

garden supplies. for his company.F.S. BAND BOOSTERS Four solo players (top photo) after New two abortive sales attempts.'' recordin Frank E. Schlegel Sr., Nor.
Eugene Me Lain Is a graduate Rice is an electrical en. car posted a folk, Va., former first t vice president .
who will Naples at the District Band Contest for fifth
of the University of Georgia Col. glneering graduate of the Lowell represent February a consec. of the southeastern con. 't
legs of Pharmacy, and is a memo Institute School of Massachusetts Saturday night in Brad nton, are shown during utlve month. The selling rate of ference, was elected president

ber of Rho Chi, honorary Pharmaceutical Institute of Technology lie reUr. rehearsal at Naples Senior High School. Left to right, 4 hI 23,523 cent cars from a day a was year up earlier seven lie will serve a one year term
Society. He Is now at ed a few years ago from his per
the Naples Prescription Shop. position as vice president in Roger Walsh, clarinet, Bill Hendry, baritone saxa- and eclipsed a previous mark Install Orlando

John Nelson is a graduate of charge of engineering with the phone, Caddie Humphrey, trumpet, and Tommy Pro- for February 23,374 set In
the Penrose School of Medical Minnesota Power and Light Com. 1955. Man As Appellate
venzano, drums. Above photo shows two Junior High Steel production, gaining for
Technology In Colorado Springs. pany and came here from Duluth.
He Is registered with the Amer. Walter Segl was graduated School drummers who pinch-hit for absent members a ninth consecutive week, Judge Thursday

lean Society of Clinical Pathologist from Penn State with a tee! in at rehearsal: left, Roger Mann, snare drums, John of mounted to nearly and three-fourths reached an LAKE-LAND (AP) Charles
and is chief Technologistat Mechanical Engineering and capacity O. Andrews Jr. 53 of Orlando
Riley, past president of the Band Boosters Club and ,
eight-month high.
the Naples Hospital. spent thirty three years with takes the' oath of office as judge
Brandt Watson Is the entomo. Hercules Powder Co., In chargeof Jerry Hanna, base drum. In picture at right is Don Wall Street was heartened of the 2nd District Court of

legist for the local Mosquito Con. design,construction and opera. Holzhausen, school director of instrumental music, on,, when the stock the market,Dow.as Appeal Thursday, succeeding
trol District. He received his MA tlon of various plants. lie retired the measured by popular Judge A. O. Kanner.
the band.
podium directing
start.
Industrial
degree, from the University of four years ago from his position''! Jones average, Kanner retired Feb. 15 after I
Florida and has been resident en. as Project Engineer in the Home (Photos by George Cooper, I ed the weekon -a firm, unbeat tearly'\ 40 years of public servo
after closing the preceding week
tomologlst for the University Office.
above the 800 level for the first ice.Gov.
Florida Experiment Station and R.L. Telford was educated at. ---- Farris Bryant wth; at.
the US Department of Agrlcul. Washington and Lee University time. tend the Installation. ceremonies
ture. He has been a judge since School of Engineering. He be. House Votes The consumer price Index, a
the first fair. came vice president and director Carrier Enterprise Is leading; gauge of inflation, was BE A 'FRIEND'TO

Artie L. White Is a graduateof of Mason & Hanger Silas Ma. Bill higher in January by .1 at YOUR LIBRARY
On
the School of Pharmacy at son Co., a 130 year old firm Today .
Macon, Ga. He retired about four in the plant construction and -

years ago from his pharmacy at operation field including all three Controversial VesselABOARD To Raise Pay : .
Oak Park, HI., to live here. lie of New York City's Lincoln Tun. .

has been a judge at a National nels. He came here from Shreveport USS ENTERPRISE Carrier Division 2, employs the WASHINGTON (AP) Th .

contest In another field. La., and New York City. ,(AP)-Like some haughty duch Enterprise as his flagship. He House votes today on a bill thai t NOWOPEN. .

Lee Warrender operated for ess, the gigantic American air. was a young flying officer on would grant JlO.OOO-a.year pa ..
PHYSICAL SCIENCEFor 30 years the Academy of Aero craft carrier Enterprise com. the old Enterprise, the Big E raises to members of Congress, .: '
the physical science field nautlcs an airplane mechanics mands awe but also provokes of wartime fame. Nearly everyone else on the
there are the following school at LaGuardia Field In New' arguments about her worth. For sentiment's sake, the new federal payroll also would bene.

A.W. Cahoon Is an electrical York. He is proud of having Her defenders argue that this Enterprise has only five port. fit from the bill but the' congres.\:
engineering graduate of Yale's trained over 50,000 mechanics nuclear-powered, 86,200-tonwar* holes In her hull, all taken from slonal pay raise Is the key to the _-
Sheffield Scientific School. He before retiring to Naples a year ship now maneuvering in the the old Enterprise. They grace rest of the package. !

worked in many parts of the ago. Medlterrean with her 101 planes the cabin of the new giant's Having voted to cut taxes and
country and finally with the Conn R.N. Wlltsle obtained his en. and surface escorts, constitutesthe skipper, Capt. Frederick II. Mi. pledged to economize In government ,
ectlcut Power and Light Companyof glneering degree from Columbiaand I most sophisticated weapons chaells, a native of Kansas City. many members are reluctant .
Hartford, until he retired elev. worked first for General system in the world, with ad. But tradition does not win to put $10,000 more In public
en years ago for reasons of Electric In testing aircraft in. vantages of mobility and a wide wars, the doubters say. funds Into their own pocketsand _
health. struments-Durlng World War n spectrum of military responses. They argue that the Enter. then face the voters.

John Falll is a chemical en. he flew.. counterspy between No Her critics contend that the prise is really not a modern The bill's chances are brii'ht
glneering graduate of the Un. Mans- Land Island and a Pratt Enterprise, for all her newness, weapon despite the efficiency of if it can be passed by a voice .
iverslty of Toronto. lie worked Whitney plant to give misinform. ;I Is a $500-mllllon white elephant, '1 her 5,000-man crew and her vote avoiding the necessity) JERRY'S
for dupont In many departmentsand tlon to the Germans. I hopelessly out of date in a mis. I eight nuclear reactors that en. for members to go on record for
before retiring here was The committee in charge of ;I slle world In which the Polaris able her to roam the ocean at or against It. But a determined
in electro-chemical work at NI. judging consists of Flint, Dr. i submarine fits neatly. 1 I high speed without refueling for effort to force a roll call Is ex.
agara Falls, N.Y. Hulpleu, Dr. Ogburn and Mcln. One thing Is beyond, dispute. I I three years or so pected to be made and If it suc.
Francis Flint received his MA tosh. They expressed thanks to The Navy loves the Enterprise. Employed in a region as re. ceeds the outcome will be in

degree at the University of Call. the First National Bank for ste. The 1,123-foot-long ship Is the stricted as the Mediterranean, doubt. ,' ,. . .
fornla at Berkeley. He has been nographic help with their cor. I repository for traditions built president of the American Cer. respondence. jp i in the Pacific naval battles I I ling duck for rockets. Presum. bill would be withdrawn If a r )11 "; :( : ..
amlcs Society and before re. comet af World War II. The future of ably the Russians keep rockets call vote Is ordered.A : .E- A'N"S
tiring over four years ago was The largest observed, (:he naval aviator revolves I homed In on her now as she final vote was not exp, 't, d : ;(i:! {i : : : / :J.. '.. That
Director of Research for the the comet of 1811, had a ,around the Big t.'s successor. maneuvers with the 6th Fleet. before late in the day'-or ma: je \. .

glass division of Continental Can diameter of 1,225,000 miles- Rear Adm. William I. Martin, even Thursday ..:.. ::. .. .. .. . .. .. .. Pleases
Co. greater than the sun Itself 'commander of the 6th Fleet's The bill, backed by th, ad. .
The first sport event tirti .
ministration .
and
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'kll".1 I war; ,iC"'lumhti i 1'1'1'\' in .
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Baker Field onl.n I' Ilj'Q i ble with government that in private pal mpara.li:dustr: FULL DRYCLEANING I
Th Nati,'nal IIrIL, 1 I isi' i up to the middle level, aid to IndustryAnd
tf navy Uu n 1'1"111 ig .. make executive-level salaries ,

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TelevUion-Radlo Writer was chopping int R< ck,-fi'lit'i {) : Printing
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', NEW YORK \AP>-The tele and Golduater, strength 0: a ;.\ ( .
1 vision networks moved into New second show, he amplified t it : ,
1I 1I I Hampshire like an army onprac* to state flatly. that th' L '. ;e ; : :. ; Division

I:tire: maneuvers' for covering a victory meant a reject! t'is
t : I presidential election.Tuesday two avowed candidates N ; : ; :
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If) Hampshire Republicans, ; i (" : : .
: ; ,_ : night was just like
.t '. :'. 1960. The magic computers were Meade Alcorn, form GP t
a sack 1 In stage center and so national chairman, an T': >. LEi: ; : .
were the boards with the changing dore H. White, the other il. ;
I vote figures. Ist,,'Vtso spoke 01 the ,.. >f .
_' the Lodge victory on' 't t' '- I
h ha It II Because of the computers, the
I suspense was over very earl} in candidates and poten'l I 1.1.1 "dl. Ntnt
s Yst t;he evening By 7:30: p.m., EST, dates, particularly) or Uil. / ; i
t:he electronic machines. had dl. Ham Scranton of Per 1 I'' i:.u. : ; -1" : :
Ill ,, I rested early returns and the David Brlnklet' of \B. < :c. : ,-. .
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[abut:1 tmmtntatnrs the Lodge were victory as talking if all plaining moos fuss the over reason the fit N. H.1r.I'1.i- .- : MI. 2.2107

t h' votes had 'been counted. shire primary suggested It as ; ...... ..
The arl\ evening special pro. partly because it was t :list i' 1 .
ams "II i i'BS and NBC, there one in the election xar ai I U : tiirEu .

I I', were much more con. because "It's a dull. St..t'' .,.:...... i.. .. ASK FOR
rued ,I lilt) Analysis and specuti the year between :ti! ill a. d : :
,, baseball and beside t'.
I 'n than with other aspects of t
t L 0 i'It1I'tillll. see millionaires t i Mr. Snypp
NIK: Altli all Its top newsmen through the soo1+ 'c.' ( u '" : ;

-------- 'n the. tub) used its staff fornimeni Recommended t. ..1nt I : flW1'TIItTh' .. :
PLACID TOWER at Lake Placid rises tween the tree and the tower( is t t'" and predictions on the \oung P.\'It'' Cc '. I' "
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242 feet but it shorter thanit I"
appears U.S.27 Lake F'lac..d 's I U8 mile .
C'BS pulled in some interest New York Philharmonic Or < i. CALL TilE NEWS (OR
is when compared to the nearby of Naples (NEW: I ,,1 UK outside experts. Political tra and Leonard Bernstein u: HtTRBER STAMPS

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THE DAI'.Y' DJADUNt 10 AM : \: : 174: and Gert Dunn 167. Mary Jo Gibbs with 54S.US: Betty

CLASSIFIEDS SUNDAY: DJADUSE I "IO'I THRU- BOWL 300 GAMES: Pauly 530.192, Mary Hatcher

I I1Announcemenh t1u TOTAL NOW NINE: PINE LANES 310-196, LU Miller 490 and Helen
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.---I, I! In TRAIL BOWLERS .. ThisIs Henson 487. Jack Hatcher reach
?* The :NEWS" Three women, two averalln<<
the I30't. bowled 300 |..mes In a \ertight league. Ten ed a single 206, Tom Eggleston

16-Help Available 50-Rooms For Rent \MBC sanctioned leagues during team show only 14 points dl!. 198, Willie Huber 191, George

late January'and Februar\', .bringIng ferenre between first and tenth Runkle 190, Art White 189, Luc.
PLAZA BEAUTY Seertttnal or Baekkteping' po. Privet. 'ocrn and bath I bIbs 1 I place. Jack Hatcher was the star Ill Perry 165!! Gill Her.
SALON tition, .*tlrtd Nave been te from batch and towS Twin, I the season: total to nine. There Inga ,
U2I E. T.miml Trait business' tchool alto had efY'lVll >, bndn 141 7th Ava So I OF FOR SUPERVM ELEC have been S3 perfect games lrVIBC for the evening with a 577.226, mine Huber Faye Hatcher and

Midway tgg?? ," this field, MI 2.5121 310.11.1252Rul| | R RIVE S \ hlstorx Bud Hogue !TM.222: and Gene Pat Lggleston all had lone 161'sLa

Testier V7 203. Buck Ports Vern Runkle 155!! Mary Whld.
I'robablthe lowest a\trace ,
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS Active. neat middle' aged man Estate Wanted given' to all per
Fo, Studio, Girl' COsm.tica call datiret work' Peal txpanne 1 : ; She lands t tual'5 woman ever to bowl a 300 Is ame thru with lone 211 Robert don 134! Dob Zwlcher 179. helen
Ml 1.10.. Ord, now. ,t: Furnitur finlthmg, T.s' Flor.da, and d. Diaio Tope 2T( : Mike Pike 203, L V. Reeves a nice 158 Flo Proven
tile finishing, Salt Private room and bath Zbiks' A attachi.t ?Kuetor of Tujunja, Calif., ,
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS farm manager and farm employed mi. from beach and town Twin, ., of the own, who accomplished the feat when ShleUi 201, Francis Lord 200 zano 134.132, Gloria Bernard
All branches b.'uly ..,,,,c. Chinary operator Can badl 141 7th Ave So bad lands wi, and Al Do 141
487 SlIt A".. So. furnish 1/10.11.12 her as'er.tgewasl3l. A It'ft.hand..r Potter 190. Comer Dorothy White 149 and M.
retarencat. Will, Clei'
connidar 01", ce el ihe .
MI Z743s"list .ok. 1.41 25926 located in If I who had never before rolled mart lIon e1''I'11I't'r.. Art Holm with Durham 131139. Fred Pauly

I- '/1.10.11, 3 54-Trad or Sell ) '. East N.::1 than four stilkes tit a row Dluu the 4.7.10 Hex Polly' 3.7.10 and was the sharpshooter on the 6.7.

3_ ..t.Motor..Acces.FLARE Girl In" Friday will, lake dictation $ :: March Florida 31;. 196, I. had I 12 pocket hits to delight hera HaIXMtrlch I the t.6.10.
you and home bunnatt 0' 'sins Personal eiapiss. Bowling Stock '10' acre I electing a Bean .'IIt'Oops team In the Valle PITTMXN CLASSIC. Dud Bowling Standings'TRMt
lettart ale Lets. SIC 0H ( .",. ,s for th, llogue found t the line and tossed
botti Available anytime) Ml I.UU LUFF P o"l.o: ,.. Ill I Drainage, D"c, t Lutheran Handicap League at
WholMl prlctt now. told 11' to dirtrt 11 3/4.51 9th' SI_1 No Midway 2227* r : lOs provisions 0 f Starlltf Lanes In North ?HolhttOOd. ? ',. games of 201.211 for a 592 HOWLERSPL

FI.r.ib.rl.a B..t Co.. Lov.1': Fins Rda. 1 bndi'.ansHums. :; I ; Statutet set, Chulle Rle came up with( Builders Mart 45 ;l'T,
L.titl.nd. Will dt houttcltaning, Call will enchange for dewS LANDS IN THE,
Pont MI 1.IliO i/js town lOoms 121 too Contact C. RIVE t Grace Ttiels of Nile*. ni. a 386.203 llirold Miller 574. Furniture Fair 40 22

SPECIAL H LUFF R E Brekar III.lh UNOE' boiled only the second 300 by a 211 Ji<'k Hatcher 372.230. Carl L. \'. jhleldj Dldr 38 34
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f you odd lobs see Walter,. .
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Midway 2 22 0 AMERICA
19 ft fiberglass "Crosby" 199 10th Av*. So. I/I 1.51 Chi<'jro woman In league play In \rmbrtist .md lluble Hart '\leld. Hatcher Const. 3S 34

about twin 40 HI' AIRPLANE Wen of Slat.J 22 ears while bowling In the ed 56C, series Carl's high a 199 Crayton Cove Lndry 37 15
run } 21-lost & Found 1111 Beach Dabanaira" Low Well Road 29 lleavenh Bodies League Class and Hubte's a 201. Jim Croak Insurance 36 36
Johnson motors with only lima Full radio penal Trada lit 32 an I King
:or b.. ,.... or acraiaa R.ply Rang 21:I lr Bowl in Morton Cro\e. bin had a 19.202.! IIHrSauC'u.1II\ Pine I.anes 32 4Tamlaml "
IB hrs since new. 2 18 LOST EARRING CLUSTER '.. IU1 _Napiet j/tit Florida has beenbowllng2oveart and was registered a 211 single, nlllJon..s
OF 1 PEARLS POSSIBLY IN 17. 20 21. 21 Tire 32 31(
Sil. tanks all control Will, and Mike Pike 208 ItohSteele
gas VICINITY OF BROAD ST trede acreage free and .p 41 South: averaging; 149.Although Bon
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. BEACH Ml 222(2 11500 RE. clear I tier,' for 10 woe trailer Col. ,., County Fin' she has been Ixiwllni Jr. 204. Duck Perry' jpr. Hu.-t. Men 31 41
WARD. 1/10.11 County Reel Eltate MI Bonlta Mots 31 41
complete 11919 Open I less than and 203, Fred Paul 202. Sharp.
er package Sundayt Township I'i a year WAS a.r.IUtlnll
11895 See at 1660 Murex /1I.w..ff : : : : i. Collier, Cour (111)? 139, Bt.ltJo Faust shooter was \Ve Hen son as lie
23-Misc. For Sale of oonxerteti the 4.3.7.POVDH l'ITT\i\\! ( I VWIC PI
Lubbook. Tex.
Drive or call Bill Tucker I. t. It 17. II rolled a 300
MAPS 55-Stores Office 31. 12 and 33: gamn In the O. wou.,1. Kegleri : < Pl'l-F .. Tern Mur. L. \'. ...llIe Ids 65 35

Midway 2-4295 Excellent City County) Tops Range 21 East. League at Oakwood Lanes lat t, nan VMS heidgal 1 for the league Jones Uaillo 64 40
. Buyl? XEROX Copying Inttantly Offct Space I 12 x It ft. For as she IOHMH! 491.181. Ttllle
a
CARLES BLUEPRINTING Rent *t |4S per mo.. Ceatt 24 25 and 35. month. She begin bowling In a P>tlchlJalllh'llll'S: I : 61 41
(II 5th Av*. So. Ml I 2.2152 Colony BK). 3IJ SIlt Av* So. : :; Range 27 East' mixed league last summer after Davis came up with a 484.180!! Mug: Insni'anre (J I "J 4" 1 lI _'

YACHT BROKERAGE 3/lltf 5. *1. I. 10 II onh nine practice game Shlilex GliiwiM 4M.184 and I Holies I iali I ('ampJJI: I( Ml, .'
CompItU N.pl.. Llltinttl Beautiful custom wood kitchen, Tamiarni 'tail. Sto... 'er Pint 20 21 25 21 \\1lkh Iiorotln suweburner 410.103. *
l Inboard Boat from 20 CabinIs, Nev.r u..d. low proc Co..c' O' PoI.uieiiglto II Townth' '( Just !goes to prove no Kcillnjj' VppUance 471/J& 561 i
Bob Martin MI2.J757 .d. immediate delivery MI IllS D"' nit. S.. G MLuff : : (ml. Colli, matter what our al' rate lt... Marie \Vi';uer re ordi'd a lone. Tt'alil7 36
'unll.lmth Chrt.. Craft Satan 2.MSI. 1/lOtf R L Sebsr il I lie Well?" 1\ 177 Ludlle Perry ali SPORTS FISHERMAN St No MIdway' 1 11'0 I I I 24 25 31 lyin I i Pekrul 172 IIIRI Gill 168, Mar>' Team 13 W 1/J 71'11/t ','

21 225 Ft Gray Ulrlckton Marina.flying tl) .ap..bride th,.... 26-Personal Office, Space 12 It ft. ForRant : r Range 90 (U 27 S East ill..: BKOOKSIUt: HOWL Lanza 107 Mirg Milt nor pro- I 1'l1111f'.d

complato with. tithing chairs' at 149 par mo Coast :f : Last Sunday aftt'inooii I laW i duird a 101. Edith: Soiw 1S7
and otnar antrat Top INTERESTED IN A MOUN. Colony I Bldg.. If) (th Ava So I. I. ? .up''' ,
many
condition $4510 00. Call Burton TAIN CABIN IN QATLIN If : : Southwett .u, a match! between a team! of AJIU and Katherlno Sn| >ttsl32. Marks I'l'h'11I'1 l'tWF .I'L ,

Brot Z.2I2I._ BURG TENNESSEE i MUST : I \ 15 I 17' II I II: Seniors from Fort M\ors and I menuio Barbara Collins the I rails 11311 I IWSIgtII 63 45
and 32!
SELL II
MINE AT A SACRIFICE 30
82 FT. CHRIS CRAFTCOMMANDER CALL MIDWAY 1-2151. 1/4w 57-Houses For Sate : Rang 21 Eat I'I'AJ C Juniors from Niples In I 3.7, Huln IIIl1er4.7.IIMyrtUraC'kI Piau lieJUI) ..;alo/l/) 63 ..15Cckards :>>

: j ,, which the out if4owners won two I !3.0.7 and 1\>H\' Pearson! 2.3.7 I I atiloii 62 46Lor'lfhy3

1958 MODEL 29-Profession!I Service "MOORINGS DELIGHTA : (; I I :) ". of. Stale SoulS Pea I,, games out of tlie three. Doran' BANTAMS .. Star today: was ,,11 \\i' 58 ri('
nice 1 bedroom 2,1., bath lounty. Flo Oar Wilson with 300.
> a
Cushlng from the visiting team, I
Vlola.J l Iicaut 54 .l4 i'Iteltys
home
305 HOURS ON ENGINE. EX Carpeting throughout : )
CELLENT CONDITION. K W. Income Tax Return) prtpereo living room. dining, are*. halt. I I and I lyl",i really got hot and fired games 166. Philip Hiiel tallied a :(\\7. I a.Chl'I 53 '.5:
GENERATOR. RAYTHEON by Max Weston former tat and one bedroom Completelyair 90 (U. 411' of 224J87-835) for a 046 series 131. Paul Castenlr 231.130, IVn. :
DEPTH FINDER AND SHIP consultant lor Little River Tax conditioned, and heeled Pit. 21 Eat. Vogue Fashlolls 50 68LIIIYI
TO SHORE RADIO I A REAL Service of Ml."", Call Midway petal and dithwtther Paved : ,Range*. John Gregory also of the visit, its llatihei 242.123 and Rot:k)'

i BARGAIN CALL Ml I 1 2122. 2-2270 for appointment Stewart d"w'I) to carport and ato,. O feet In miStS. Ing; team tossed a 524 net will? I Cast PiliI' 240.143. Tim AlaiuUrreached 49 59
S/Mf Real Estate Office 421 *t(. ags '00"'. Nice, ac.n.d In ,ther tide of tri,' Verdas 44 64I.
tl No afternoon or eveningt porch arid .odd.d lawn. P.,. centerlme, : Con a 189 high. For Naples Jim Sheet' ;. nice 121 single Divld Lleauty
27 R.c. Ch".C.1t roflnithad. Twin Excap Scr.w cond hilly, landtcaped Ph. Ml 2 4104 "... corner 0 I and Danny Mulllns posted Idc-ntl, howell I 119 and KOSH Hand.ill I 118. Hfthve, IlCauty 44 64IhI.

Full eanvat depth find. private 38-Autos For Sale after I p m. No brekert plane 52 Soulh, Rani 1 rat series of 493, Danny using a illS 'N liEnS .. Stan Reeves!
haad Compl $3950 Two Bedroom two bath houteunfurnlthed Conuty) Florida:
BRUNK.SMITH: aquip Ml 23757: with the exception 15 in" W*<.,'I 179 and Jim a 184. Drtmdnn lla)'.' was the outstanding one for the .) N III H. I'I.Vushk5w2On .

IIII.IS_ Uttrt.Clattic MG TC. RM Drive. of ttove and refrigerator Annual oo"::.90'(tU riglstol S. 41 1,. nos rolled a 483 set. Next weel. men .is he fired a 214 fur a 587 M.O:

IS, Thundarbirtf 15 ftp. Mar 30,000 original milet rettored. leateThree BEGINNING. the Naples boys will travel tel, series, Bob StH'lo Jr. had a 110i .. Model' 'T's 63 21I : JI
NOT Oeap Ml I 27101
all alactrlc with anaratortinglo /tf Bedroom end one half
eury ( 15 00'
401
lavar control S.. at Bud TRUCKS STATION WAGOK bath house. unfurnithtd with South the Blackwati r Fort M>'ers to return the mati'h..: I t'rr..1. 47 '14IllIIs

Hoiuat FIsh Camp or call Ml YOUR CHOICE t2>5V the exception of ctrpeti. curtain : May they come home thevlC'tora.i 43 38
226(0. 1/11.121115 ton Chav Panel' TruckI *. ttova and refrigtrctorAnnual lying with!: TWIN COUNTY-Leadtng tin 'UnemploymentMay
ton Ford Panel Truck Lsase.WATKINS. .1 'In width lyin J Till Uules 42 39Valiaiit !
51 P1 Wagon 4 BARKAU .d. of the folio'. league was Rae H end r I *
Business Oppt. YOUR UIHJ: Iio"sn 115 SlIt Av.. So Tl' MI t.III! ,,,",,: Con"nun, with a 567.205. Joe .u 40Ilanlblera
FURNITURE FAIR 3/1011 coarse Sout .0 41T.nird.
TEXACO. INC. FOR LEASE NORTH TRAIL iYAPIKEE'S 920 feet. thenc e Salmon camn through with a 20Gi Be
MODERN 3 BAY SERVICE cond exciting, new LANDINGAn wattrfront .. 211145 fee, loner. Len Spotts posted a 204,, Higher 39 4'2

STATION IN NAPLES PAID AND All Your m good Choice running$215 00 Coop on Chettpetke. Ave. Section' I I. I II'I. Shelby Hatlsy 203, Fred Decker sling Ray 39 42

FINANCIAL TRAINING f I PROGRAM ASSISTANCE 3/S.ltt.U ____ 115 Oytter) .000. Bay See A From today|700 er call to 52 SoulS I... 197, Dennis Salmon 190, Goo., Maxwell 38 43 'tt.

'.AVAILABLE. CONTACT DON Carton Bra. 22121 After hours i ,. County. TIe' Taglarls 102, George Weaver:: rvetta 38 43 t.itutz

ABERNATHY Ed >.4122. TEXACO t/m INC. 40-Autos Repairs 2 3324 1/Mf :: I on Stele Row'd 187, John Peters, Benny Vaughn Than Thought : 32 411Caddies. ..
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 ii'r of.Way map i c u and Hill Hans 181 fI
I 192 ,
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4 J BR hornet on lIsPs Ave : :: :j 0301 203, date 30 61F'alrlane
WALL MOTEL ""I.-NEA" LOOK HERE So between Ith 4 Ilk St., PALMETTO .. Finding ttlf<, WASHINGTON (AP) The I 29 5'2 'J

OWNER EACH -BUILDING HAS EVERYTHING.LARGER priced WILLIAM from S.114100 to 117500 : LANDS IN TH E groove was Edna Simpson as she i Labor PepaitnuMii for the firs

,OTEL. EXCELLENT IN Wondering: where to go Builder" STONE INC. RIVE' blasted a SS8 series with garnet I time has publUlitxl figures' 111111.I ..
UN
NOT
Zt.:: .. ., 1.1521. With your car problems ? 10 Tenth St No Ml '.|73IHoute GULF AMER' of 200 and 190. MarIon Sorensen I eating: (that total iinrmploympiil TWINCOUNTYDI3 ,;

Factory) FInish, Paint Jobs cent'tit ef twe"b.d'00.... OR"'TION reached I 506.1851 Lucille lord<< may tx fai hither dun the 4.I!I Moons Masonry 601/2 43 1/2
IH batht Living '''0'''. D...,... 59 45
I 11 Gulf Coast Motors
27 21 an
r-Flowert-PUnts-Seeds Wreck Rebuilt room kitchen plenty e! cabinetl :j 503.191 Shirley Johnson 483., million persons Uiown In lateMofficial
21' .
.Tuneupt Family room lair send I. Florida Range 174 and Hazel Abrahamson 472. statisticsThe Urunk Miller Ins/ 59 45

Coconut faa to 12 n nc Front and alignment.. with Florida wether room 4. sIlt storage water closet heater Southwest 0 C' 177. Mary Armhrust recorded new figures, predonted to Fager; Hoof Coating 58 46 ,lot
par ft. 4 to i ft. of wood 122 50 Motor Overhaul t. II and 21
Over I ft, of wood 127.50. S.. TrAnsmission, rebuilt, end. carport Terrace with .10'Ha...... clotet. of Range 21 Eat: a 191 singleton, Sharon Slier Congress alone with PresidentJohnlon' S'inahlnclardware541/2! 491/2

John Pulling Naplat Raal Et LubrIcationUndercoat CBS conttruction- Terraitt it : d 108. Frances Fltrok showed a report on manpower, [Dlbbeea Mkt 54 50
tau Eiich. Inc. *M 5th AvaSo T SCOTT
MI 25233 floor. electric wall haatertElectric Circuit, Court 100 and the 0.7.8.10 split, Faye Include persons "not In the U.bor Nap. Floor Cov. 491/2 541/2

3I2Iths.Ct12Help! BrekstPolish eluded The range Lot and i* relr 70 K. ISO m ;:'; 'MAGILL Florida Rimes a 160, Georgia rearm force" In addition to the First Florida 45 59

I Wax complete with tprmkler ttems ,,. ., 160 and the 4.7.10, Irene Knight Jobless. 411/2621/2
Wanted I ,'las and shrubs Mustbe : ... #6<3 I 1S7!! Eileen Wheeler 158. Fran "It Is the fIrst such set of fig. Rices Clippers
Don look any further sees to b. rac-iated Vitro 39 65I'ALMCTTO :;
MAne. WANTED to manaa and' Location fw blocks from ICE Hamilton a nice 114' 111 Peters urea we have been able to got

PrU. retail! WalUnt Rout. Sea beach .t no IrS ion He.yndar PAVING 150, Martha Plercy 147 and the up," said Secretary of Labor W.
In lIft. art*. Would contldar 119 OOP "Phone Ml 241)4 e DD
Incram Chevrolet Inc. Willard Wlrt*.
Gwen
:lady 40 ta M years old). Earn 1 bedreome. 2 batht IH block b* received bl 3710. Bowers 138 and
K>$t of 112 por waak fromORe : 110 tth St. N. Ml 2.5105 to beach On Central Ave til ;! City Hall. Ni. the 3.10. Bobble Hendrix list. Union officials\ for some time Johns Clothing 651/2 381A

vary boflnnmf' For porton Naples. Fl'*. 100. Hat deluxe living room ; 10: 00 am. ES r eli a 136, Margaret Dirk ford have contended that deral fig. Furniture Fair 58 46

M .Intarviaw Mr MeGarlty.In: your P O homa.tit Boar fireplace Florida room. tcrtened combination porch with and 0'. South the conttrui b.'...,;, 129.128, and Alice Floyd 124. urn do not measure the truec.xtent Corwin Shells 51 53

;' Willltton., Florid: 32655.N..d 48-Aprs. For Rent encloted garage Also 'Included Bay of Naplei,I. BANTAM KITTENS .. Out of unemployment be. Dorothys 41 55

1 jt draped and carpeting ;Tom I : I ; ; : quent I I' front was Linda Hahn with a 220 cause they list only those a< Uvi>. 51 53
qualified, amIss halp to FOR SEASONAL RENTALSCall McBride. Realtor, 112 Park St th bob: Don. apr. Spa
Wine So. Ml 21144 I/lltf .* yards set and Dubble ?llasslnger 212. ly spiking work. 631/2
assist 'In keeping abreatt of the : t .0.C' Realty ... Tropics Drive In 401/2
many pportunitiet pretenting $25 St Ml. 21571 Lineal feat Test Terry' W Ingle r had a nice 114 Union sriokesmen have estl.

themtelvet MUM b. creative J/jtf A BR. 2 BATH CBS HOME Catch Basin 5 loner Jean KMngler 107 andS mated that the real unemploy
Long hourt bard work TomMcBrlde *FZR OR With II X 10 ft Florida Room. SfCASHELL MIXED DDCoqulnas
BY WEEK
RErtt ment total be close to dou.
Realtor 412 Park StSo MONTH. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT large tcreened patio nn.nt.rbsdroons cathiar Cindy Bell\ 105.BANTAM may
a 631/'l 40 1/3
_1/ltf IN LOVELY SECTIONOF and bath air. conditioned .. In the amour''I PUPPIES .. John ble the official federal figure,I {
Front dash clerk Prefer enssspsrE.nc.d NAPLES JUST OFF THE ; utility room t car carport Abbott and Chris Yanson when taking Into account part. Kings Crown 56 48
l In meeting the pub BEACH CALL MI 2 619' city tewerage well and and bid, lorn-,.5 post.
lie, and who knows PBX opera: 1/ltf pump for tprinkhng G E stove the office I.fed 297 series, John using a time work by those who want Conchs 54 1/2 49 1/2
lion Mutt have nat atoearance and r.frig All rugs and drapettome Attociatet II full-time jobs and discouraged 53 51
170 Junonlas
and
Chris a 173 for their ,
Mutt b. bondable and Shorty Aptt now availableby furniture, T V cable. gas Ntplet Fbi
have referancat. Immediat I''o or year at yeerly l heat ONLY tit.500. Located at of U 00 not ri I. high game !Sklnpy: Geltz reached persons who have given up the Psnai'ia Rollers 52 52
Ml 2.3HI. 3/11 tIll 7th Ave. No Call BillTucker ,
Colntact M,. Harm search for work and do not even
opening
Ml 2.till. 3/10.11 Midway 2505._ .. the right I o a 274 set, Chris Croak 272, Sea Horses: 47 1/2 56 1/2
WTtCflinatteApt. Call MI 2.1423J ORDON DR LARGE LOT: -4' and to mat a Mike Stacey 254, Glen Roark show up In the statistics. Angel Wings 46 1/2 57 1/2

HOME: 4 BDRMS 2 BATHS belt 'Interett c"' 241 Bill Bowes 227 Greg Mit. While the new Labor Depart
RENT sand Dollars 43 61
13"Help: Want. Ferrule DON T BUY OR
UNTIL YOU SEE I BL FROM BEACH CALL Ml Jr "hel and Albert Fort In register. ment figures are incomplete
I 541 '/'0.11.11
YANKEE LANDING .n.... ad 220 series, Gi g's high was they give an Inkling of the sit.
Woman tb do light homework Exciting unutual different Awatertrovt J bedroom. I bath CBS In Lake I #!1 II ualion They also show that ROLLING BROOKS MIXED
1 hours 118 and Alberta 123. per
and cook meal 1 dailyor Coop on ChttapeaKm Park Stove Included Well and *-MWM a Reggie
1 hour J day a week Ph. Ava. In Oyster) lay' ... It puma' and plant :1\ Lord a fire 120 single and sons with the least education Henderson Creek 601/.Z 431/.Z
Ml 24104 after 5 pm tf today 0' Call Burton .,... jnjd!: Mfi'51'n.: _3/1.10.11 ) 1 TO Billie Jones are most heavily represented In Gordon River 80 44
NAME 103.
FULL TIME" BABY SITTER 2211. Afier hours 23e11 J/M' .
WANTED. CALL Ml OUtS AFTER Msenn I b.d,00m untunTsiiad what P O M buy Peace with of this mind 4 bedroom ii : : does hereby ce'L, JUNIOR MIXED. For the the unemployed or "not In the New RIvet 58 48
you a REA
0 : t- PM. APARTMENT with ConiollIpsftchen 2 bath CBS home. Com at 1.1. 0' C.p I>. lads Danny Mulllns led the way labor force" categories. I'alm RIver 56 1/2 411/.Z
v .nnll1v.--.T-'C--, ; lee Near beach and .lIop plelely tarnished including dish, The show that
oung ) .d. the fictitiot.is as he. used a 185 for a 550. figures among Marco Pass 55 49 _
OR VEAW
SEASON
rotary for small office Mutt BY wethtr, washing ", .ch,... : CAPRI REAt
know shorthand and operate.lectric II" Ava W 1041' 1J JFurmahad ktove, rf carport lrg utillty : it compose;$ Jerry Davis had a 489!), Larry white men aged 45 to 54 with cUlmbas Cat 51 53
typewriter. Send ret room solar tcre.neO walk who four years or less of education,
afficiancy t rooms pertont a Lee 484 and Jim Sheets 459. 50 I/.Z 53 l/'l
Box YY Collier : Rookery
County ume to Newt_1717 J/lOtl A bath Part.."It.. l/th Si. >MaNaa llFurmthad garden beautifully loolt landacaped city water. ound.. aneewert < :: =: ; of residences *'a For the lassies it was' Sonja 221 out of every 1 .000 are not Babbler Dy 50 54

I" .", ..I'ncou..t.., help' over II / Close to school ant ,I Route I. Be a Starling with a 368.135 follow. working. Of these, 84. are listed Creek 45 59
Tvet. Fri.. Sat. *"*..,n.. Muttbe afficiancy. Inquira atSportSnot. flopping Immediate, oottet ) Linda 338 as unemployed and 137 as not lore
Hahn with
able to make change Apply Marina. mon son For a opt. call CARIBBEAN OF CAP"''I, ed by a River 331/2 10
in person at Carousel Drive. Cove Ml HIM |] REALTY 1750 N' Trail : : .. Ann Scott 330.: Other good<< gam. .In_ the labor for 'u. ,hak II
....1... Ml 21155 2/l9w
3'b.dT0..it-I.' n.b1IJ 100%
U tfOlrt
/ '1...,... ....'. lining ....... w.... to apply lo .h", e. rolled were by Brendan Hay.t Wt'eInrsdayMarrh 11, 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS II
to perform counter and II' monthly 0' I'''' 'siS PRpLt'l Court In an nes 103, Eric Daniels 145, Rocky _
*).*cl.ln'..( duti**. Apply in r J. 58-Lots For Sale : : : Florida' t* regr Hollaway 143 Barbara Sorensen
: THATOfMW
Mrten at Prthr5 Laundry orMonth of ISLES OF It HflT
VMIBOOKKEEPER (IRIS tiOTIL), Ml22M2 e lots for ..I.. Halt 0' .11. Close : I ;:: the rovusor,. 113, Pam Belll1'71! KatliyRepass :
General' Of a, MI 2I1SSOWHI to Trail wherl they ... widen. Law of Florid 5. 132 Steve Hartley 158 and Carlos
THE
Enl 10"- cash
: leg .41 Naplsi .
ftco Work Permanent petitionNapiet Call Ml 2 9504 1/10.11 ) this 7th .f Alfonso 161.ROLLING. 'CROSS
> afficiancy day i 4
Printing Company 5 HI lar| itu H ,r )' \ t.
12th N. 3/31.12.13 Ai, sand & seat BROOKS MIXED..
St 15' 100 HO.'I. I lIIoclll ? 1. TATU SP
Compl furmihaoMl.ilA to beach 5th II No SO.IOO OTY The talented ont for the men tt.

14-Help Wanted Male p2! bib I' N. 2/1621.21 Torn Park SI Mclride So Ml, I R..lto M44 .2/1'IU otY was Al Tatu with a 525.192 101.! "V-.RfTHlR /A/

49-Ho>Ha>s For Rent lowed by Paul Abrahamson 502.
ttletman full *r ,
pert experienced rtm. ttonecrtft Imlu*. Shaduwlaws Far Sale Wooded..,. Cf tot, .near..., JR 183.!! Mae Grant rolled her first RII'f'

trie*. ItM 14th kt. N: Ml 22719.NEED Far rant I till ladroem Dae Itth l I" bath furmahad ava,.. .'I. (any T..'. Call South league 200 I 204 and reach.

W1f tcraanad r'c" TV CaSh Ga Midway till or.. aaa your II 1914 ci 4 ed a 488 serl. Wanda Ricer FLY / /
PARt TIME MEN WHO ru' ( FROM ero.ar, 432.176 Lucille Lord /PLE.
COULD USE AN EXTRA 14*. .'l..CHI Vary flu.at Ta ajualifiad ft FOOR COMMERCIAL" LOT 's cour F produced a -
7* A WEEK. PHONE MI tanant no children. nopata WILL SELL ON TERM. OR FOR 480.175, Ruby Rlner 472.192 and
11115_ _1/ltf. Inauira at *7 Its Ava Sa. YOU CAN STEAL IT FOR FLORIDA Ann Follis 470.173. Ruth Wit tig
... * *
Irons A. m ta I p. or after CASH MIDWAY 2 2ISI. : NO
Want" nun to el.' ." 001' '''I"? t p m 3/SIC '/.wfa blasted a 169 singleton, flub Rans

for twe month ..."or. Ml Houaa and cottage LARGE CORNER COMMER: 187, Frank Lanza 186 and Kathy
,."I, Month yaar ill 18th f'v" SoTwa : McGRATH. made lone
Llnd a
C1AL LOT ACROSS PROM Deceeted Croak 176. Ruby STAR SPECIAL
WANTED S lroom. two bath houaaunfurn COLLIER: COUNTY COURTHOUSE 155 Jon Jerabek 170, Rita Jurek FIVE
HiLP and eipaodlnghome ,ahad with the ..c........ lit AIRPORT. ROAOFRONTAOE tttte of JANI ,
Leading quality rgamtationneedt of dIve end rstrigeratar A. lit HOt ROAD deeaated er ; 151, Mary Gord, 140 Mm Lanza
builders productive nual laaaaThraa FRONTAGE ALL Cl COMMERCIAL ) required to hl I 5 148 Merit Mlltntr 162, Fay SALE5th
taletman a with metur I view toward Sadroom ana) ana half ZONED PHONE: WILL MIDWAY SACRIFICE ::: : : :: ..... wh,ch ...,.:; Rimes, 145 and Jean ll>der 144. FOR
excellent! workngconditiont bath _... wnfurmahad with. "" 'in the aff c
the futur. Contact Fred Ptuly tha aicaption of carpota. cur 2,2SSJ. 244.tii15 :: : : : ; .. ., Collie r SEA SHELL MIXED. TheI

Michigan Home. Mooring Line tama stove and rafriaratarAnmtal lot il{ a ISO on w,da in Ettt RapId; Panama Rollers took over High
Drive Th* Moorings of Naple LaaaaWATHINS. canal ftoMen thoreo Pull price ,. (Ill) calenda Ave. Commercial Property
J/II.1f A BANKAU WO SIM dn MO .par .... fat of th* fin,t Series both scratch and handicap
)
.)> Mn A".. ... tat..I' I'|4IjIOtl NOTICE: Eac:! as they tallied a 2082-Sf'rate:h and
Part time Tuetday thru Saturdeyday .-.S. a liD lees on St Md IUThomaaon ."" mutt b* i Arvlll Holland 11 CORNER OF WEST LAKE DRIVE
aflarnoont Car IMC- Drive Ease ".pl... : ..,* th* place c"it 2320 wJidcp.
Bary. Cell or tee Mr Herman. I bad room furnnhad nouaa 1100 ea III dn fit per moOwner offc. addrei 4 them with a scorching 590420.I .
ton at the Collier C*. NewtMl East of Kwik Chak on IMhAvo Ml t.10M 22SwnLaO. : mutt be twor:I 202 Joanne MandevUle had a $400 Front Ft.
*.2117. 1/UM l>70. Napta Reel Eat.t.I his agent .r hi Per
:.cl Inc SM HH Ava. So. ......100..... Co.ins."a 'i became void * ASS'T SALES MANAGER Ml' MillLMa 1I1".t Location Price. Slit 1..0 Ann Davis 453.191, Melba Cor.
dn David C Jonot dIcierJie HIR LANMAM" I.
AJ>ov. average condition earning* await with aoo katl working A yard! you can tabs r ri a good admimttrator Mutt b*. Cool m aummar arm In win "IC. It./O LO' in ItaptsPark. : Marge Thomas 1S03 0220 (her high. h
.. to clot and worn eftively tar, litiM a month jraarly ...., Vanderbilt D" ".. VEGA. cot league to date). T.
game
with salesman in growingapacialinrs ba aptionW. Say Has malt sit. ..."' ,... Ownar I.
can
Naples Real I Estate CPI". lika basis rant ar Waalay DowningRaaltor very ill will tell for I'M c..... Switovlch posted a lone 193 as pkotM Ml 2-ftlU Ml Ufa A 1
Ia awalily NomjaSvomil Se ThiS CARIBBEAN: "REALTY -
MI I ZU '* did John Stull. Ed Harroun had
raMtma to bos IW AACall. ,II.23. 175S No T......,,,.. TrailMldwav 1. II I9M 84 '
.! County Naw I/Ill I "" -! ii 191, Paul Abrahamson 188, ,


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