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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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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2 COLLIER fOl"TYEWO:' : :; Sunday M nh 13. lltH! bee 19, Twp 50, Rge 33, II Boston's Logan International
,\ orld \Var Airport In sleet and snow.
County Realty Week $527,165 $1,600: George W. and JessieT.
committee's special connM-l, Gill to Thomas J. Tolan, Friendship EndsIn Th four-engine freighter
crashed Into Castle
Breathe New L. P. Me London, was rtrom. Chicago parcel In Sec 36,Twp 50, Island in

mending In a closed' hottilon h'rU County real estate sales so rardurllll'r derbilt Beach Estates, S3.500; M.H. Davis Properties, Inc, Rge 34, $1,100: The Henderson Winter Snow Boston Zadwlck Harbor.was killed nine days
day that the hearing lx ended l to Creek Co., to Luther L. and Fula:
L.I. and Edna: S. Smith to John Angela R. Tomontillt Ma.
the month of March have AP A alter his buddy had died
Calif. ) in
and a report drafted. reached $83:1,02': :;, the current D'I. and Roscttabfl! RalrUh, New pl \\ood, N.J., Lot 30, Blk 73, Klncade Naples parcel in Sec ALAMEDA ( during another snowstorm across the
Life Into Republicans opposing till'mo'p processing !period totalling$!'i27,. York, Lot 9, and 12, Blk 33, Unit 6, Naples Park, !!IOOO; 3, Tup 31, Rge 26, $4,400; Lu. friendship which began violent continent
demanded that World War 11 came to a
more wit. N. ther L. and Eula Klncade to Otis
OO Popenharer
1C1!!. Everglades, 83, ,* Leonard to Justjn C.
s nesses lie called and Out Inter Sales) 'ilr $|,000 or over with values J. and leaner: T. I'rbanskl to Blackwell, et al, Carmel. Ind., H. and Adlee Smith, Spring Hill end in winter snow. -- -
nal Revenue officials be qups. W.'a.., parcel In Sec 3, Twp Henry Norris and Irwin Zad. Drive Carefully And Lire
taken from tax stamps on Wllium L. and Ruth K. Palmer parcel In Sec 36, Twp 53, Rge
Baker QuizB timed about the handling; of the recorded deed! included! the fol. Belmont, Mass, Lot 1. Blk 37, 29, $3,500: J.C. and Frances 51), Rge 26, 55,800.Maleleuca ulck were pilots and became -
lot' Senate aide's buddies. After the war they
nner Income tax McBride Corp., to Mirland
lowing: Everglades 816,500 Eric and to Isabel and Barbara
retuins. Baker resigned.1 Oct. 7 II. Alvin Smith to Marian Park JaunlU Weldon to W.M. and Garcia, parcel In Sec 36, Twp Inc., of Naples, parcel 11Set' shared flying jobs and were I
HARRKtLL\ us secretary to the Senale'sDl'lnlluath' Knebel, Washington, D. C., part Birdie Garrett Everglades Lot 46, Rge 23. 81,000; Dewey A. 4 Twp 51, Rge 26,$35,300; Sophie roommates In Alameda IMPLIlFF
WASHINGTON (API Rf. alle Norris the pilot of the
maorltafter) Lots 6,7and 8, Block C, Lake 6. Blk 31, Replat Blks 4, 3, 10, Wlnegardner to Sampson S, Baker. Dostrow to Robert M. Hooter was
publicans have filed KUIIP 'ww nation of conflict of Interest Paradise Airlines plane which
Defiance
115P
parcel <
Replat $38,500 Caimpn D. Reidto 27. and 32, and Lots I through Immokalee parcel In Sec Ohio
life Into the Bobby' Baker lines In Mrtivndon'* Secret rl'IHlrt ;; 23: Twp 51 I 31.$1.200Whea. crashed Into Genoa Peak, Nev.,
Oscar W. and Chrlstella F. 7 and Lot 14. Blk 31 and Blk 30, Twp 46. Rge 29, $7.000: ,Rge CMC INC.
tlgatlon, pulling It back rrolndeath' f'rlll1lmt'lIdlllt that die dealings Sommer Crawford-.vUlp Ind., 9, 311.000. First FU. Real Estate Mart ton Industries lie, to Leon J. In a blinding snowstorm March
door. be I wrapped! up-nude t>ul>llr l b\ and Beatrice Decker, North 1. killing all 83: persons aboard.
Inc., Desch. Los An. TRUCKSPARTS
Lots 1 : 24 Virginia
and 3, Blk Tier
GOP members of the Senate Sen. Carl Curtis R.Neb. Last Sunday Zadwlck was an
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SprlnellE'ld'a.., parcel In Sec
2, Naples $29,'<00i Hidden and GULF AMERICANGulf geles parcel In Sec 22, Twp
Rules Committee unveiled a tho counsel told the committeethe 14 Twp 51. 33 81.100 SUn. escort at Norris' funeral. He as. SERVICE -
Rge ,
Laura H. Wells, 111, to Karl: and American Land Corp.. to 47, Rge 27, 81.000: Frank and :
sworn statement by an account Inqulr' had revealed "' Frelda Judd, Naples, part Lots Horanre L. Dunbar, et al, Walt. Gloria Nixon to Julian: S, and m Florida Acres, Inc? to Fran. sured Norrls' parents he would TEMPORARY
ant that his name had beer i of tin char cis return Monday or Tuesday to
proprieties "rossest T. and Man
13 ham hams. North 150feet Sarah Gancarz Bristol. Pa..par. DouglicjtYardlet
and
16, and Lots 14 and I 13, Tract LOUR t/ON
forged to some of Baker's ta>i ." '
aster Blk 22, Tier 8, Naples $14,. 98, Unit 22 Golden Gate Estates, eel In Sec 10, Twp 47, Rge 29, Pa., parcel in Sec 12, Twp visit them.
returns. The evidence, he .aid, would 31, Rge 34, 81,300: : Collier Land Tuesday, Zadwlck was pilot. N1NT1f ST N.
500;; George P. and Ruby Rlner 54,36SunSl't!\ Views, Inc, to 820,000; HenrS{ Minster to 421 ,
The disclosure rime as the justify a finding I.t 'con'litlins Investment and lug a plane approaching\
Corp., to Henry cargo
to George N. Chesser, Naples, Jasper and Gertrude D. Cornett, Walter A. West, Jr., Miamipar.
which have made ;i/osslble a Lots 16, 17, and 18, Blk 12, Naples Lot 104, Hallendale, eel In Sac 10 Twp 48, Rge 26, Doris W. Campanello, Passaic,
multitude of arts bv some of the N.J. parcel In Sec 31. Twp 32,; .----..-.-..---------------
Esther -------- ...
S3,700 Charles Luta 53,700 ilenn S. Minister to -------------
Tier 9, Naples, $13,400;; James ; L. and M, : -------------
officers and employes of the L. and Marguerite L. Walkerto Ellis to C.M. Brogden Memphis S. Nagle Pottstown, Pa., Rre 31, SI.400. I
Ifg Senate which acts are Ineom. Lawrence S. and Lillian M. Term., Lot 196, No.2, Isles of parcel In Sec 10, Twp 48, Rge _. --- : J
patlble the Senate with the vlolatlve responsibilitiesof of the Mawby, Fort Walton Beach, Lot Capri, 55,000: Robert and Da. 26, $3,700: Henry S. Minsterto Toll Road Users : Complete Closing Out
2, Blk 12, Unit 6,Aqualan.Shorn phlne Moses to Sam L. and Ed. Esther S. Nagle, et al, par.
DOES IT BETTER official generally conduct accepted rightfully standards ex.of $3,500;; Willis H. and Peggy R. na M. Patrick. Naples, Lots 79 eel in Sec 10, Twp 48, Rge 26, Paid $848,954During !
of Christ and 80. Unit 2 Lake $3,700.
White to NaplPsChurch KelljS3,000j;
"Good pected. .by." the American peo. Inc., Naples, Lot 3, Blk B, Unit Trl.O Corp., to Edward Phillips, Hewitt S. and Kelly M. Me. February AUCTIONANTIQUES
things" alwayscome pie. 2, Coquina Sands, $16,100. Jr., Chesterland Ohio, Lots GUI V> J. Wesley Storter Na. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Moie I
in packages of Mdx conclusion>n
al laws and rules needed to Zantztnger, College Park Woods, Manor, 5J,500;Trail Developers, Rge 26, $3,000; J.E. and Allese through the gates on Florida'stoll 4
laundry done here restrict are such artl"I. Md., Lot 28, Blk F, Unit 2, Inc., to William F. and Mabel Price to Bobby and Joyce WU. highways last month, paying :
"prohibit or
Coquina Sands, $5,000 Lawrence Stahle. Rochelle Park, N.J.,Lots Hams Immokalee, parcels In $843,954 for use of the facilities ,
ties and conduct. still K.: and Ida D. Hobbs to Herman 7 through 12. Blk 1, Naples sections 13, 14 and 24 Twp 48, The road department said that :
I' Witnesses
I Republicans and Gertrude Kretz, Johnsburg, Manor Annex. S2t! .BOO: Maneo Rge 30, $30,000; Robert H. Mc. the revenue was the second I
want to have questioned Include N.Lot 57, Lakewood Park Growers, Inc., to T.A. and MaryM. Tague to John B. Jeter, et al, highest on record for a month. : Trail Bonita Springs
Walter aide of Presl. No.
Jenkins and Matthew Me Subd., $14,200;; Moorings Dev.Co. Llpfeld Thomasvllle, Ga., parcel In Sec 33, Twp 50, Rge The highest, $867,768 was set I Kelsey's, ,
L dent Johnson, of Canada, Ltd., to John Lots and 2,Blk 12,Naples Manor 31, $8,800; Ranch Estates, Ltd., last March. :
Closkey a Philadelphia contrac fundraiser Ford Boston Mass., Lot 24, Lakes, $1,500;; John E. and Ber. to Francis J. Belrels, Chicago, The Sunshine Skyway', where Sat. March 21- 9:30 A.M.
tor and Democratic Party : ,
:- as Blk J, Unit 2, The Moorings nice A. Colvert to The Naples parcel in Sec 11, Twp 50, Rge toll Is $1, held Its usual position
who recently resigned
I
'>.,. ,. Ambassador to Ireland. $6,300;; Moorings D<'v. Co. of Park Area Ass'n, Naples! Park, 32, $1,500; Florida Investment of top revenue producer, takingin I
Canada, Ltd., to Pine Grove Real Lots 11, 12, 13, 38, 39 and 40Blk Futures Co., to Peter Raffon, I
The committee will meet ty, Inc, Kingstown N.Y., Lot 24, Naples Park, Unit 2, $4,200. Franklin Square N.Y., parcel $228,130.

Yes your laundry sparkles again Tuesday. 47, Blk 3, Unit 3, The Moor. .. FURNITURE: Cherry, walnut, marble top.

with a like-new glum YOU'RE-NEVER- -TOO OLD ings $8,500;; Moorings Dev. Co. :::::.. .:. .-x': .... ::;.:...:iliijfJh': fi- Largest antique lamp collection in Florida.
when you open your pack of Canada, Ltd., to Myrtle S. Miniatures hanging whale -with wind,
OI'ATUA. Yugoslavia: (AP) Dempsey, Sparta, N.J., Lot 55, gone
age from Prather's! An octogenarian! composer here Blk 3, Unit 3, The Moorings, 4A't c.\/c\ ols Art ;;alien smoke bells, etc.
hut turned from classical music $8,200James F. and Marietta

to rock 'n' roll I Eva kreutzer, Wll.iams to R. Lemuel and Lucy Glass: Sandwich pressed, pattern, cut, milk,
84 undone of Yugonlavia'iolJestcomposers
H. blotter, Lots 7 and 7.A, Unit Bristol vaseline.'
has spent most of her NA LIS '''tn ART .ALLI"Y ,
3, Oyster Bay, $1,800;; S. H. ..'
Naples Laundry 50-year career working on and Ethel Hammer to Lytcl C. PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
classical: pieces. In recent years e: China: Haviland, Pratt, Staffordshire, majolica.

& Dry Cleaners however popular tunes she ha, *and, begun critics writing nay and 800.Lot 2 Betty, Blk 8 L., Ridge Morton Lakes, Naples, $3,., Original paintings by recognized artist. Modern Bottles and: sampler gifts., linens, and much more.

1095 5th Ave. So. her pieces Bound younger inspirit )
than those UJ.jL
written by
MI 2-3455 BIG CYPRESS
half her
people age. Big Cypress Golf and Country
.Club, Inc., to Rice E. and Loll 1
J '" ::!;:l :' ':W 1i.6iJfi'W; tJC'i :":%.M J..::.. M. Schrlsmsher, Naples Lot 6, LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS
Blk 1, Big Cypress Golf and tIt.
I I VISIT Country Club Estates, $3,. Frames Individually Designed

? 700; Louise Myersexec.toPau. K. Beebe Auctioneer
{ MY BARGAIN line A. Walker Jackson, Mich., Reach Shopping.Ate .
; i Lots 27., 28, and 29 Blk 4, Unit .. '.

s i TABLE! 1, Bonita Shores$10,500;; EUredaC. Etas: .
Jenkins to Clinton A. and
CHARMS BRACELETS EARRINGS Maria Jordan, Naples Lots 3
and 4, Blk 13, Unit 2, Bonita
NECKLACES PEARLS RINGS :: Shores, $2,200; Paul H.and Mary
belle Atzel to Edward G. and Do.

: 14 Karat- 18 Karat Gold : rothy T. Petrillo, Erie, Pa., Lot
I" 3, Blk 14, Unit 2, Bonita Shores, LeisureShopping/
$1,600;; J. Thomas and Joan R. .EniQY/ .. ... .. .. .
:: ,I c 20% to 50% OFF :: Echartung to First Florida Re : .,, > .'l':i JidJ! lot\ J1eMt aheoOYAlVe.lr at olla afcin .

source Corp., Naples Lot 6, .I .. 1 v '. ,,atubA nut ..lfcstM l ....."'_. ." _, I"I s 1 110 y. I ,
Blk D, Unit 2, Brookside, $U,.
: RALPH HOWARD LESHER 100; Thomas L. and PatriciaA. -ON- '
'Ii .: Tucker to James Lyon, Lynn, 'j
170 3rd Street So. Leisurely Unmtttred ('irking Mass., Lot 9, Blk D, Unit 2,

. : =". ':. ,,:, .: Brookside, $12,000; Wallace M.
-rr raJE:% mh'tfD ;- ;: : :. : : and Claribelle C. Hudson, Jr.,

to Joseph W. and Martha P,Grlf. "
1 11th, Naples. Lot 1, Blk C, Unit THIRD STREET SOUTH .
\ 1, Coconut Grove $11,000;; FrankG.
MPLE 'fJEATRE and Kallopy E. Byrd to Gor.
$ don L. and Shirley M. Bradley,
Naples, Lot 17, Blk B, Unit 2,
WEEKLY THEATRE PROGRAM Coconut Grove $11,000.

Period Of Albert and Ruth Levine to Ro.
1. R. & R Robinson Inc.
bert L. and Roberta E. Griffin, ,
MARCH ISrh THRU MARCH Zlit Naples, Lot 13, Blk E, Unit 3, 2. Harmon Gallery
Coconut Grove $11,000; Mildred Naples I Finest Resort And Speciality Shops
M. Poltrone to Aubrey and Min. 3. Harold Grant'sAntique

nle S. McDaniel, Luray, Va., Lot 4. Addict
1 Blk II. Conners Vanderbilt
Beach Estates, Unit 2, $3,500 5. Gattle's Fine Linens

Conners Vanderbllt Beach Es. 6. Grace Lake Florist Ample Un-Metered Parking .
SUN. tates, Inc., to Frederick J.Ryan,
URT LANCASTER et al, Horseheads, N.Y., Lot 51, 7. Bob Baker Shoes I' .
KUmOOUCUS Blk R, Unit 3, Conners Van.LEYS .
MON. ; ITS 8. Zita Inc.Johnston. :-

9. of Florida \n .,

TUBS : a! 10. Mark, Fore and Strike.. /

11. Helen Burton-Little i

I Coquina Shop ,

,.. .. ......" ., ,,, ." % y 12.
Ralph H. Lesher Jewelry

WED. TONYRANOAli1 13. Marion Michaels _

THUR. BURII : By i Vivian Off u. Frock & Frill Shop -.. .----

15. Brae Bedell Inc.
FRI. We hear that unusually /
18. The Fligor's Wool Shop i
", ,. ." ,.,.." II heavy smokers arc rnt '
... and irritable and of. 11. Sports & Specialty Shop '

LAST TRAIN ten plagued by marital 18. Seminole Fine Foods MarketCommunity o
FROM wees ? that come spring fa o r
SAT. } LGUNHILJUcauDHKVUrm women's hose will be 19. Service Station ,j% ', r' i iI
.. available in flame white
*- *- Jade and cafe Brazil .

that the bicycle has been

known variously as a

a.lit..alker, a bon aha!..

er, a dandy hone and a
pedestrian curricle hobb'
... ..
: hone sine it was conceived ,
Period OfT
-
'way back in 1816 .
MARCH 15th. 14th 1 MARCH 20th 21st that fireproof sheets and ,

l tea HUDSON night-clothes for those
who Just have to smoke In
OMDAt bed will be on the marketsoon

SUN. 1.Rf.H1WJ. .
Swlftwslkers and dandy

PLUS SECOND 'lAfUIl horses are now' Corvettes

and Thunderbird. any
MON.1Ir :HUDSON.EAMOM. .Qu louc. __ way take yours down to

Dot: BOBBY Dual VIVIAN OGG. Realtor,

Com'6September flU Fifth A.... So., and ji
tw.rot au.c wonderful tom. (
check on the
(listings we have.
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"" " " 'U this 3
Let us how you
bedrooms V/ bath home

Iliii&" located In The Moorings; '

> J comes completely furnish.

lSlDmtm ed and has ever)thing.
FRI. Dont put off getting new

quarters for your growing
PLUS SECOND mruM -
family enjoy a luxury
SAT. home NOW. Call 2-4749

for appointment with one

I61Jr of our agent


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taaseat xz =aatastiresssaaa at: sum; Sunday March IS. .1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
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drove down to see what real
ARCQ- :W= S.W. Florida looks like. With Rockford, III.

i | them was their Lieutenant son j
I N U V V O BY DIANE DOWERS and his wife of Sacramento, College Names

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course Base.
Greetings once again from AT THE ISLANDER Cow As Queen
Marco, the "Isle of Change." Guests of the Islander are: COMEON
'
Each morning one may wake up Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Hendrie of FINISHED TRAINING" ROCKFORD, Ill. (AP) It Nthe
to the process of change. Many Glen-Ridge NJ.s: Mr. and Mrs. Private Emil 0. Robinsonhas appeared today that the win.
successfully completed his ner of a popularity contest on
have
people remarked that It
J. Jerabek from Algoma,Wisc.: I I'Vt.
the Rockford College campus
looks like another"Donna"has Mr. and Mrs. F.U Wycoff of Military Police Training at Ft.
reams
Mill be a heifer. -
Gordon, His savings are
hit us, what with the land being Babylon N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Georgia. present It wasn't meant to turn out g
address now Is US 53-362-
cleared for the Marco Island Paul Shirley 5f Dark Harbor, that way, but according to the
2nd 2nd
Corporation. Upon entering Maine; Mr. and Mrs. Charles 169 MP Company rules the candidate whose back.
Marco one can look to his left Lyon of Mlllbrook, N.Y.; Dr. Infantry Division Ft. Banning era contribute the most money .
,
and see Smokehouse Day and Mrs. J.W. Young of Carlisle 5, Georgia, 31905. ti: (its or her name Is declaredthe

whereas before It was seen Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- -1.- winner. > GiveSunshine '.
mostly from a boat. It Is also liam Reading of Chagrin Falls, That's where the rub Is, and ..
to white (, ) the coeds who promoted the an. S .
strange see cattle birds Ohio; Dr. and Mrs. Louis G. *
waiting around for bugs In the Howard of Massachusetts Mr. nual charity drive this year are 1 '
:
upturned earth. There* will be and Mrs. I. Horn rich of Port furious Genevleve Bumstead of Bar. Stamps /43.:. [=J i

more to report as time goes Austin Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. rlngton, R.I., bids chairman for .... .'
by and as the smoke clears George T. Wilhelm of Cedar the charity drive and dance to.

from the burning of brush. Rapids Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. night, explained how four pretty GIANT SALVO 15c off 64c
Alex Tasetano reports; that George Wood of Detroit Mich.; coeds and a heifer, owned by a I ,
business Is very good at The Mr. and Mrs. Haskin Rldens of local dairy became rivals In 1

Marco Lodge. Those guests Newbern, Tennessee; Mr. and the contest.
who came at the beginning of Mrs. D.M.HallofCascoWlsc.s: Last week, the three men's men'c GIANT THRIll, 8e off 57c
dormitories and two
the winter season are still Mr. and Mrs. V.H. Cozart of
campus groups were asked to
around. Wilson N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. select a "local favorite" as ,
. Edgar A. Brown of Shaker their candidate In the contest.
MACKEREL RUNI Heights, Ohio. One of the dorms came up with KING THRIll, lie off 78c
I understand the mackerel are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Olsonof Nellie, the heifer.
running off Big Marco Pass Minnesota, friends of the A gallon-slze glass Jar carry.
and reports have It that many Charlie Lyons who are guestsat Ing the name of each of the $2.19GIANT
have been caught. the Islander have enjoyeda five candidates for "Miss Cam. JUMBO DASH. 20c off

While fishing with his family couple of days fishing and pus Chest" was displayed In a
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Thompson shelling before going over to -- prominent place. Then the coins

and brother Kevin Delray. This was their first EMIL ROBINSONThe started Miss rolling Bumstead In.said "Nellie's SPIC & SPAN lOc off 83c
Keith caught three nice time to visit Marco. They enjoyed -
Jar to be more loaded
Dinnes called Vern and appears
mackerel
and one jack- It very much.
and
with money than the others
fish. Since Kevin age four, Enjoying a boatacade Satur- Peg Busch who summer at we'll probably end up with a
was too .small to fish, ne got day were Mr. and Mrs. Fern Franklin, N.C. cow as our queen tonight."
the privilege of steering the Wycoff,Mr.And Mrs.Gerrabek.Mr. Wesley and Mildred Payne "I think It's terrible," Miss NEW ROYAL KEY LIME
and along with their friends Bumstead said "that the
boat.Due Mrs. Wilhelm, Mr. ,
to the high winds that and Mrs. Haskins Rldens, Mr. Clarence and Verna Ulberg have crowning In the chapel court. 480..394
blew here on Marco Island a and Mrs. Fred Hamlfn,Mr.and been getting In their last daysof yard will have a cow as the PIE FILLING
few weeks ago, the Earl Cameron Mrs. Marshall Hall and Mr. four, some fishing. The center of attraction."
are a new red Ulbergs are leaving Thursdayfor Nellie's rivals are Barbara
sporting Cozart, Mr, and Mrs. Edgar
and white awning. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Reading. Grandville, Michigan after Engebretson, Rockford; Nancy SUNSWEET
two months at the Veal Cottage. Brown, New York City; Judy New I
Michael Cameron, of Fort The group made the trip from Terri 474'
Louisville and
Myers, Is spending a week visiting Marco to Everglades and enjoyed Mr and Mrs. Bill Hayes and Potts Mauer,, Cedar Rapids; Iowa. PRUNE JUICE Large
Miss Lois Roberts of Clear-
with his grandpa rents, Mr. lunch at the Rod and Gun 40 Oz. Site
and Mrs. Earl Cameron. Club. Mrs. Cozart and Mrs. water spent three days at Marco
Mrs. Mable Love visited her Hall drove by car to Join the shelling and swimming. They School AgendaThe
mother, Mrs.I.H. Doxsee, this others. All are vacationing at visited the Buschs -- the five
mountaineers laid plans for the agenda forMonday'l13Qp.m. :
past weekend. the Islander Motel except Mr.
meeting of the School
Ralph Doxsee of Fort Myerswas and Mrs. Fred Hamlin of Naples summer In their mountain :
In Marco Wednesday on and Marco. homes at Franklin N.C. Board I-- Minutes.Is as follows: "The Best Of Meats For Miles Around"
and Connellof ,
business. Doxsee Is head operator The Islander Motel held Mr. Mrs.lames
2 -- Financial Statement.
for the dredging workof their annual dinner for the win Nevada,Missouri are spend-
3 -- Correspondence.
the Gulf American Land Corporation ter guests Saturday evening, ing a week at the Weyrough
4 -- Pupil
Coral. He with place. They have just return- assignment
at Cape everyone having a good
was here to oversee the dred- time. ed from Old Mexico and are 5 -- Budget Amendment.
ging of property between Good- Howard and Buddy Elk ins here visiting Mitch and Laura 6 -- Reappointment of Instructional 674
personnel for 1964-
. land and Everglades. of Marco and Andy Rimes of Cummins at Port Marco. 65 school year. SW"iSSOSyo AK LB.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hlles of
Berl Bronson and Douglas Goodland attended a Junior Deputies 7 -- Report on possible electrical .
Wilmington, 111., spent Monday
Arthur are here from Fort meeting In Naples last Interference
at the Sen-
'will be In evening with their home-town
Myers. They living Thursday. ior
High School from Florida
the Veal house while workingon Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Jubb friend Frank Cerveny. The Power &
the dredge.Mr. and Mr and Mrs Bryan Clestes next morning Frank, along with lines.Light Company's high U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
voltage
.and Mrs.Francis Howardare of Howell, Mich., visited the Frank Dally left for their 2nd 8 .. of 1
also here from Fort My- Roger Johnson this past week. Florida Key expedition all set Report committee regarding 884
who for their comfort and convenience easement for Florida CROSS RIB ROAST LB
ers. They are staying at pre- Mr. and Mrs Orla Ford Power & Light Company.
sent In the home of Mrs. Annie have been staying at Snook Haven ,
Howard. Francis also Is In Goodland left for their Mr. and Mrs. Richard mendations Superintendent's recom- .. a r r,
on construction and
A working on the dredge. home In Howell, Mich., last Addison Sr. went to Fort My- project
priority list.
Lois Howard celebrated her Monday.Mr. ers Wednesday business.. On 10-- U.S. CHOICE
and BONELESS ALL LEAN
Approve bills ,
pay
26th birthday March 4. Con- and Mrs.William Dlnnes their return trip they stopped In 11--
gratulations, dear Aunt Lois!! of Franklin, North Carolina Naples to visit their daughterand Adjourn. 79 4-

wintered at Treasure!Island,but her family, Mr. and Mrs. Secret BEEF CUBES LB.
Ed Rhoden and Eddy and Tony.A .
of from Blair House
group young people
MAIL SOMEONE SOME the Church of God here attended

FLORIDA CANDY TODAY revival services at the Choko- Had Termites ) I
loskee Church of God Mondayand WASHINGTON (AP) Union
Complimentary Gift Wr.pplnit. Packaging Tuesday. On Tuesday before sources have let slip a high
an Mailing Service attending services the state secret: termites In Blair .
House, where the nation houses
group enjoyed spaghetti sup- Us most distinguished guests
per at the home of Mr.and Mrs. But, AFLCIO spokesmen has. PETER PAN Smooth
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Goddctrdourmet Robert Robinson In Everglades.Those tened to add, the crisis Is over
J SHOP In the group were Mr. now, and there Is no further PEANUT
and Mrs. Jackie Thompson danger that a visiting potentatemay 18 oz. Jar. 574 RED HEART
rNa OLD COVC NAPLES, FLORIDA sons Keith and Kevin, Lois be disturbed by gnawing
Howard, Loraine Addison, and termites.The BUTTER DOG FOOD 4
iMiplt mom complete Gift food Shop Mrs. Caroline Robinson. story Is told In the cur. 494
rent issue of "Construction :ffoh, Liver or
and
Gift Boxri by S. 8. Pierce & Cresci Mr. Mrs. Russell Suly, O A C FRENCH FRIED
of Milliard. Ohio, spent three Craftsman, official magazine Beef, Flavor
of sister and hus- of the Building and Construction 494
Bonded Fruit Shippers days with her
Trades Department.luck ONIONS 2 Cant KRETSCHMERSWHEAT
band, the Clarence Staughts at
HIGH RIDGE FRUIT Port Marco. The Staughts who 33
when the lour 01 tnem IIsn- ALABAM
Pkkcd, Packed and $hlpp.d-Fr.sh are consistently successful ed together. The Sulys left GERM JAR .,

fishermen had unusually good Sunday for Daytona Beach to SWEET
attend the 200-mile national
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motorcycle races on the new
track there. They are motor- RELISH
dealers and he taken
cycle an .. . .
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FINE JEWELRYESTATE
Mitch Cummins was pleasantly :

surprised Sunday by the 1 j
visit of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fly SHRIMP LOBSTER and CRAB:

of Memphis, Tenn. The Flys,
visiting some of their family
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In Miami, came over to see I
their son-in-law and daughter MAXWELL
LIQUIDATION the C, Anderson I : I

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VALUATION PMICI fg! . - .. ,. HOUSE

Platinum 41 Emerald Cut Diamond Bracelet, app. 23 ct. $12,600 $5,500.00
DOES Quality Produce *
Platinum Diamond-Sapphire Pin, "Tiffany Co." 4,800 $2,500.00 L1LLiJ

Platinum Diamond-Ruby Pin, "Cartier Paris" 3,700 $1,900.00 K Instant Coffee

Platinum Sapphire-Diamond Bracelet 11,000 4200.00 Pretty things come UNDER FRESHYellow 2 69

Ladies' Emerald Ring, 5.55 ct. 10,000 $5,500.00 back looking "party Squash Iba.

Combination Pin Clip Diamonds Platinum 4,400 $2,200.00 perfect" every time! .

Circle Pin 29 Diamonds Platinum, app. 5% ct. 2,500 $1,500.00Twin FRESH KENTUCKY WONDER 2 37" 10 .". $1 49
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Emerald Cut Diamond Sapphire Ring 2,500 $1,350.00 Pole Beans .

Sapphire Diamond Bracelet 1,400 $ 675.00 \
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Just a few of a large collection of Estate Jewels at a fraction of their j JJL ) 19 .
Bell lb.
original cost. From $100 & up. Also a selection of fine 18 kt. Imported ';" 'Z' Peppers ,

Gold Jewelry, set with precious stones and cultured pearls in ,\ 1, : I

all styles.
From dainty dresses to

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special care it requiresse .
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SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1964 '. :: WASHINGTON ( ) senators and representatives,
Washington:
1 news from
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Just How Far Can Government Control Extend? U.S.Wayne policy Morse in, South D-Ore.Viet, blasting Nam Ing House 1.7 million leaden federal Indicated employes.Fri

that raises for
day postal and
many
for the third time In as

it Isn't beyond imagination that In a would pay the bill. Of national concern, days, says he of will American not "supportthe boys might career be government brought up for employes anoth.er .
murder
few years a businessman may have to considering this country's balance of pay In the embattled Southeast Asian vote. But they had decided

ask permission from some level of gov ments problem, would be a further / r count ry. that time an to election ask congressmen year was no to
/ Morse
ernment before he can take a good deep worsening of our competitive position in said"We In a should Senate ret speech out, Friday. vote on raising their own pay.

breath. foreign markets. Also, political rather 4'r, 1 lrp- lie received permission to in-

Admittedly, that is a rather far-fetched than economic considerations would / I terrupt debate on the civil Dean TRADEi Rusk Secretary differed with of three State

possibility, but many businessmen are dominate the workings of the proposal. rights bill for his speech. senators Friday over the ques.

convinced that government controls, at The Secretary of Labor would be em- PAY RAISE: Rep. Morris K. tlon of flexibility in tradingwith

either local, state or national level, will powered to appoint committees made up 41A Udall, D-Arit.congressional, leader of sal-the Testifying the Communists.at the opening of a

evenutally strangle private enterprise.Then of Industry, labor and public representatives fight aries,to said raise Friday he Is Inclinedto Senate Foreign Relations Com.

government will call the tune as it to make recommendations as to the wait until January before mlttee review of East.Westtrade
policy, Rusk argued that
to gain
attempt
sees fit. maximum hours to be established as making a new hike. the United States should vary
of the
pay
More restrictions, red tape, interference standard for any Industry and the ad- passage The House defeated the pro- its trade policies according to

and control by government has visability of imposing double-time pay posed raises 222.1M In a roll- the different situations In dlf.

never yet made a business increase pro for any overtime work.If call vote Thursday. In addition ferent Communist countries. /

duction or provide more lobs. With the Secretary disapproved the -

monotonous regularity, government has recommendations, he could again refer f' coti ; .Fv5E.D.Ft 5C. I

succeeded In proving this fact, but the the matter to the same committee or an- .'.., 'I "I} _.. BOTTOM\.INt.OCH'R. AERIE

lesson Is not yet learned.In other industry committee for further con l t L. t 5 I AN. U I t. A
fact
ACROSS 2}, True to r
the United States, the screw is con sideration or recommendations. Apparently PLAY$ 1. Candlenut 27. Philippine TIM T R I (G CO t R
down the freedom C. A l. P. ANN ...
stantly being tightened on this process could harass an industry !tree oil tree S
which people have to manage their indefinitely. APPEAL / _...--' 4. :Mature( 28 Burden I R A. GAT A 5
lives and commercial affairs. An exampleis PEL:4, !.." 7. Object of 29. Revolved HIM 5 E L. F' TOR T
All this be political tonic but
may .
0 SLAB RIO 1
worship Jl jewd V R
the Administration proposal to increase it is economic poison. ;;:...-'." :';. b.o. L ....... ..... .......- ._. .'_ 11. Barrel 32. Buddha t. 0 T V S C 0 U P 0 Nl18'e
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premium pay for overtime from time anda Collier Countians may think this proposal "' "'-'''''':.t f r .' ". '-;. "...... .. ,: ".'.:....:..:,.w. .-...,(....... ."f,' 33. Elephant A N E l. E. TOR 0 S E

half to double time. Legislation imple by the Administration does not concern .: DELAYS .. 12. Negative tusk S T U D. S T f: R E: .
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menting this Is now before congressional them but they are badly mistaken. ... .,," ,".t. ,, ooNJ.-o.QDlC(I{. ''' '- 13. Gaming god SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

issues committees of this, and session.will be one of the major Such a of move every would American be felt through In the pocketbook higher- 'i rr ;:> t:;::;:::...::;:..: .... :j :. !t ;.;:;r: ;) (:};..::. : >'.: ..;. .','.:, ..... ::;:g4: :_ 14.cubes Foreword 36.35. Needy Viscous 47.to Command a hone 6.7, Slothfully Stain

16. substance
The importance of this matter does living costs. . . 17. Vogue Graphite: 39. Lemon DOWN 8. Expire
World Week
not lie merely In the fact that manage- On top of that, at what point will Understanding ilang yellow' I. K.ng: bull. 9. Edible

ment would be caused further Inconven- government stop whittling at the to the people of their communities 18. Near 42. General's finch tuber
away Library DriveProclamation WHEREAS, Mankind In this 19. Snow assistant 2. Impair 10. Conducted
ience, or be restricted a little further in freedom of an American, whether he spice age has still to master and ours a better. crystal 43. Individual 3. Garden 15. Shams

directing company affairs in the best be a businessman or a bum, to conducthis the Ignorance, hunger, and fear knowledge of each others' lives 21.. For thureason 44. Up"to-date flower 18. Buddhist

interests of stockholders, employees and private affairs as he sees fit just that oppress it,although science and their common opportunities 45. Fall 4. Wild ass monk
... has provided the means to meet for co-operation: 22. Palm fiber 46. Strife 5. Trimming 19. Beat
although this Is bad enough.
customers so long as this conduct does not break * * these needs and overcome them, NOW, THEREFORE I, 20. Mark
Higher costs could be met only by the laws of the land? Archie Turner Mayor of Naples 1 l J 'l4 5 7 8 J IJ 21 Sneaky
charging higher prices and the consumer WHEREAS, theColllerCoun-deemed andWHEREAS, the people of this do hereby proclaim the // / 22. Teaching
Public is -
ty F ree Library week of 15-21 March 1964, II It 11 privately
.,_ ... of cultural community are eager and ableto
amt: .w. -"K -.A -. a great source WORLD UNDERSTANDINGWEEK 23. Copycat
1.iikiI4w WliRfi{ '!''<,,':" :'., }\ "Y.""" "W the Friends of
WHEREAS
the ,of Collier through active cooperationwith people of Naples to participate r// 'l11 I//: roc 'l/-r//- / ; 26.woman Time
Library County goodwill around heartily In Its activities. 'l/ //. 'lhfr: // 'lh gone
have much and persons
In time
spent the world, andWHEREAS 1 also can upon the clergy, Ii 2" 'lZI 'l'II l' 1+ by
effort to Increase and improve the president of press, schools, libraries, 'h"h 27 Taste

* * * * >. the existing library facilities Rotary International has Invited radio, and television of is I' IT 32.30. Note Reveler of the

OPINION andWHEREAS all Rotarians in 129 countries this community to lend their rocscale
a library suit- full .
to join in a simultaneous support.IN 34 Retain
.. oft oft oft able to the community is desired WITNESS WHEREOF I
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effort to advance world understanding J'l/ Jl 'lJ: J 35. Cone of
It Figures y A Taxing Lesson by all of the citizensof among the peoples of have set my hand and seal of // //. silver
Collier County, and the of this '// '// '// Jf I'JJ I" y/
well-paid expert City Naples, on
A consultant U a their communities during the // V.'l/. /h 36. Lacuna
brought la at the last minute to share the Making out an Income tax form Is a WHEREAS, a new site has week of 15-21 March, 1964, 11th day of March, nineteen 37 Gypsy
lesson In been donated for the ofa .J7 ,8 39 fO 41
addition building
blame.. multiplication, and ex- hundred and sixty four. pocketbook
-Tm: Mitrrua (Cur.) POST traction. new library In keeping with andWHEREAS, the Rotary Clubof 4Z 4' 44 38. Salad
-THB! DANTILLB (VA.) COMMERCIAL: APPEAL the cultural climate of the Cityof ARCHIE TURNER
has determined
Naples to green
oft .oft.
"JI .. ... .. Naples, andWHEREAS d respond to this Invitation with MAYOR 45, ii : 47 Intimidate
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ATTEST
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Par time 21 min.
building of a new public other countries that will! bring City Clerk sharp
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Archie Turner, Mayor of Naples
do hereby proclaim the
Hugging Each Morning month of March, 1964 as Help i toricaL COLLIER COUNTY & SOUTH WEST FLORIDABy

Build Your Library Month" by By KURT GRIESSHABFRI .. .. .. "' .. .. .. .. .. "' .. "' .. "' ,. .. .. "
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Science continues tb research the problem many wives are more accustomed to being DRIVE, and do urge all of the -- ---- -- ------ -- -- ---- ...

of physical fitness. Not even experts growled at than hugged in the morningand citizens of the City of Naplesas I------ .
may take this token of affection as a well as neighboring communities ) A e
Interested in the subject want to work any ..
sign that hubby has finally gone off his and our winter visitors l
harder than necessary to keep fit, it rocker as anticipated. Or they may inter to do all that they can I 30 L .A.'ffrOXlmfe

seems. According to the Journal of the pret the hug as evidence of a guilty eon. to support this worthwhile project !

Mississippi State Medical Association Dr. science Executives will have to decide thereby enhancing the Cityof j oflJ..Pon
David Miser has discovered a substitute whether it is better to remain flabby or Naples as the cultural center ( Marco 15- route
for the wearying 50-mile hike. Dr. Misner run the risk of arousing suspicions. of Southwest Florida. .

Is head of the physical education depart Rut what does the bachelor executive'! IN WITNESS WHEREOF, l' F --l> \ JUAN PONCE elt LEON' '
ment of George Williams College so I give do? Or the executive{ whose wife is off have set my hand and seal of ce.mcflors

credence to his views. visiting her mother Dr. Winner doesn't the City of Naples, on this rn 2o'tl'FWQftl' dJJ.

As a pleasant substitute for the 60-mile say. In view of the great need in this country 12th day of March, nineteen a H'

hike, says Dr. Misner the flabby executive for better physical fitness, the executive hundred and sixty four.ARCHIE 34 \ "7
can give his wife a vigorous five. without a wife should probably select t.C 6> Hjti
second hug each morning. The hug is de. his secretaries with a view to their thera. TURNER, f ;> ) ;

signed to tone up chest muscles for the peutic qualities.-Ormund Powers, Or- MAYOR f \
desk-bound male, the doctor says. A good lando (Fla.) Sentinel. '
ATTEST \ \
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Elsie Lehman, -z
A classic test of freedomthe Clerk
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PENNSYLVANIA Is one of 12 states pledge crucial to the "public watch ""' -'
with explicit statutory recognitionof dog" role of the press. New York has * I :.. .-- "" .
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the principle fundamental in jour been derelict in falling to provide 'h

nalistic ethics that a reporter's confidential such explicit protection. Our legislature AND DRAWINGS \ to :'':;::. ;' .
relationship with his sources should delay no longer. 4N U
must be respected as invioable. Buffal Evening New BY THE AUTHOR"\ <* **vj
The Pennsylvania law now has been ....r r 7
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case that will go down as a classic Two events far removed from 30 I OALs- =::v; **
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test of a basic tenet of press free-dem *
reported the other eo... :: .. y
and reminder of the work day. The most ": -
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neglected New York's.The in other. legislatures, including I Ically.coven-d.was more substantially I =r"f <- \

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case arose from a deep-digging& That phenomenon took place on ly
Job of investigative reporting by the the moon and was verified and B. ship Mirshoal}
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uphold by several eminent
Philadelphia Bulletin. This triggered a astro- .
nomen. It had do ,....,,,,, ;' a, ta1"/01hedS
to
grand jury inquiry Into alleed'ote. with an ';<::',,., -":-":"d t ','"'-:"- .-J'"V'
frauds and other corruption in City eruption on the surface of that celestial \ii': '* 'r. :.' ., ,:<.) \--V'" 1 norT hward.. '

Hall. When the grand jury demandedthat The body.other unusual COLLIER COUNTY NEWS '-"""" 1 ,

the Bulletin produce certain occurrenceuas A.Po.7le j i'j ro rr, ,
reported from the Red Chi. MICHAEL CHANCE Edit: -Publ.sh
source material it refused. Two Bulletin nese-Russlan border. THOMAS HAVER Associate Editor the treacherous shoals. The been able to trace many of the
executives, convicted of contemptof First there was the story that MARSHALL WYATT Adv M.n.r Ter.iUjiS.Is the old Spanish Galleons hadto treacherous shoals which events mentioned In the diaries -
court, appealed on grounds both of Russia was carrying out a troop HENRY HOFFMAN Mtch. Supt have over twenty feet of of the Spanish ConquLsta-
the state's confidence law and public buildup opposite China's Sinklang DAVID HERMANSON. Cire Director draught to safely sill on. It they encountered no doubt were dors.
LESLIE BODEEN. the
Circulation shoals of
policy Province. Then there was the report MRS. LOUISE DAUB, Office Mff.Mgr It possible\ to trace the was very vital that soundingswere naval Baego English Having turned north,the look
In reversing their conviction, the that Red China was shining PETER SHUTTS. Classifiad Mar course of Ponce's ship' Yes, continuously made and records which are our out sighted the wh sand dunes
court majority declared that "the pub. troops from Tibet to the province.In Published duly. .' but just the approximate route shallows avoided. modern Cape Romano shoals of Marco In the distance. The
tic welfare will be benefited more extensively the put year there have tha and Collar Saturday County:in tha Publishing afternoon I: Co by, .as the old Spanish charts of We know that Ponce's ship These reefs are clearly ship was anchored and a small
and to a far greater degreeby been stories of open clashes in I In*... Ml Tvdfth Av.nu.. South. N. this area are not in the minutest circled the Tartugas Islands shown on old Sp&nlshandEuro- boat set out to shore.
that border area. between the two Fla 31140 Mail address P OT .
pean maps as being south of
protection of all sources of disclosure Red powers But the news was 5dx 11". detail In tracing the after getting water, and head- Up to now we have not form
of
of a crime, conspiracy and corruption flimsy and little more than ru- dapartmanta.l.phona Midway I,J107 for ill course of Ponce's ship we ed northeast again to try to hit Marco Island One the clear- ed an exact conclusion of the
than It would be by the mor. The current wad of the . have two main sources of In the mainland. Heading north- est maps to see this on Is the spot that the Spaniards landedon

occasional disclosure of the source of troop buildup la of the same Subscription Ratat formation.The east they naturally hit very map printed by Reiner Ottens Marco, have It narrowed
information concerning a order. By earriar or mall payabl In first source is the In Amsterdam. A rare copyof
newspaper adv.nce. rare shallow water and veered northward down to about three locations.
crime." U the stories from the SinkUng On. Yaar IU. Six Months 17.50, supply of old maps of the Span. looking for deeper water an original Joshua and Reiner We hope that our trip to Europe -
The majority noted that 11 other area are true the events there. Thrt Month 1J.71. ish Conquistadors, which giveus which would permit them to get Onens map is hanging on the to do further research In
states "have passed a similar wise can be effect expected In to have a profound which Member la ntitld of Th. cluivly Associated to Prat the. the approximate locations closer to shore. On the above walls of the County CourthouseIn the old Spanish archives this

nondisclosure act" in recognition: Meanwhile, though global we are politics.more us news. for time rapublication printed In Ih.oall. paper local a*' mentioned In the diaries. Then, map we have Indicated the East Naples close by the coming summer will throw
that the right of a free people to be certain about what Is happeningon well aa all AI" news d"patch.s. good nsvlgattoncharts,showing shallow areas. Historical displays The approximate more light on the matter.t .
Informed by a free pn 'i I la served by the surface of the moon.At. the Entered Post Office a*, second at Naples class ,matter .. the depth of water are also ponce's pilot, Anton de Ala- date of the map ti ,, ... I
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M. INGLE, director of research panel meeting. On the stage at the
for the school Robert Koch, student ,:letS E.fKtb Mardi 16 TWu March II
State Conservation Board, appeared high were:
at a Naples Senior High School who acted as a moderator; Naples STORE HOURS Mon Tue. W
e. Deep-Cut Specials
OPEN 'TIL 6:30 ,
: MON. TO THURS. ,
hands
assembly Friday, and spent most of Mayor Archie Turner shaking
an hour answering questions popped with Ingle; Carlos Guin, science teacher OPEN 'TIL 900 P.M. FRI.

at him by a student panel The Red who arranged to have the speaker OPEN 'TIL 700 P.M. SAT. 'J I
I Quantity Rights RmrvxlWD W-D HAND' U.S. tHOIClClOSETBIMMID W-D ICAND U.$, CHOIUXiost
Tide, water pollution, and salt water appear in Naples; and City Attorney TRIMMED I;
intrusions were topics discussed at the David Spingler (NEWS photo) '
BRAND US.: CHOICE I>BOH|

4th Marking Period Fred Edenfield Close Trimmed Full Cut

Enters Race For Steaks Steaks

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Roll At Junior HighThe Slenk t

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Deborah Barrett. Marilyn
Naples Junior High
School Honor Roll for the fourth Crews Diane Humphries,
six-week grade period Is madeup Linda Lange and Carolyn

of eight students on the "A" Booker Phil 7 9 C W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED RUMP, SIRLOIN TIP, OR BOTTOM ROUND POT
Grade
Honor Roll and 60 students on Eighth : Haar
the "A-B" Honor Roll. David AllenRickySplcer% Pound SAVE
Those pupils with straight"A" Stacey Buddy Williams, Valerie i 2* 1.
Boneless I Roast 89C
averages are: John Wenzel. Richard Lambert, Pr
Johnson, Jan Burnham Anne Mike Sharp. Paul Little Mark Pond
Barkau, of the seventh grade; Brewer Linda Hahn Stephen FREE 50 EXTRA
Thomas Morton andJayFaulkner Schrlmsher Deborah Bready
of the eighth grade; Lane Walters Jacqueline Wor- _
Michelene Hearth Patricia klnger. Rosemary Rouse Betty --i TOP VALUE STAMPS '

the Repass ninth, grade.and Jane Rogers of Sandra Ann Rice Gibbs.Leana Miller and With Coupon And Purthno of ,

The students making up the"AB" Ninth Grade: Robert Cowden, W-D BRAND Lean Fresh
Paul Harris Bruce ,
Honor Roll are: McCarthy
Seventh Grade: Scott Salley. Randy Tatman Stephen Steele Punch Peaches I
Ysolina Perez Deborah Stump Suzanne Southey Betty Tlllls GROUND j
Brenda Glldden Dave Welch Deborah Rossi Steve Grimm
Gary Hamm Craig Jaworskl Debbie Kepp Janice Richardson FRED EDENFIELDFred
\ Pam Coe. Geraldine Kru-
Roger Johnson Mary Boynton BEEF
Edenfield, Immokalee
Cathy Bundy Janet Carr Judy shefsky Bobby Walters.Tom
merchant hail announced his can.
Jurek Susie Moss: Donna my Walters didacy tor County Commissioner, 303 Can _
Rellly Donna Reynolds Mardl Station District 5. He has formerly served In t(onvo dent Chub Pak UmiUhrit limit F u*
Stone Phil Castenlr Philip Tracking the county In three elective Your Choke Your thoitt
Flnley Henry Watkins Jr., Road Still Under offices Justice of the Peace
Ralph Lucado Ann Adams School Trustee, and member
Federal Control of the county Democratic Com -
3 $139
mlttee.Edenfield.
Although the missile tracking 48, has been a rest Ibs. '
station at Marco Island Is closed dent of Southwest Florida for 30 SAVE $ DIP SOUTH SALADDressing
and Inactive at present, the road years and has been In businessin
I Ii leading to the station is still under Collier County since 1945. He '1 1MMJ\ i"i !.MJULM.IIJ1.J1./1J1.AMM/
federal control, Site Chief I I 32. Jar
|1s the father of two daughters"Vnd 25'

:.t:1zd.: : :L,",Ziegler hat Winouna- one son and children.is the proud .50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS ... .... ...- ....... .......UrartOw. .: ....
s llI ed.The grandfather of six wMhbit gYpM.d M. pYrdQ..r .
; two mile stretch of road Edenfleld Is engaged in the food W-D Brand lean, Fresh .
leading to the station entranceIs
retailing business in Immokaleeand
off limits to civilian traffic recently completed construe. (round Btof 3 lb sin] SAVE 17* LIBBY'S MEAT BALLS AND '\ ,
Ziegler said.Zlegler tlon of a new building to house O.*4 Mily Kwlk ChCadaWin..DlabNN "'
said the chain across his supermarket in the Im. LIMIT. ONI Ml CUSTOMS 21
the road entrance Is put into mokalee shopping center. He has '..... V.W Thra March II S h ietti. 3 .L $ 1 00

day.place Motorists and locked who at 4 p.m.have each en. other Immokalee business area.interests In the pag i .

tered the area in automobilesare Edenfleld is a charter member ,
locked In. of and a past commander of the 1 SAVE Be IATMOR STRAINED CRANIERRY
Ziegler said it will be ap. American Legion post, charter 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE
in this predated if visitors, as well as member and a past president of whit thlt* vp*a m4 H>.
local residents' will observe the the Lions Club, charter member Rath'i Blackhawk N.. JOO 29c
quietplace. off limits and posted signs and of the Immokalee Rotary Club.lie Boneless Dainties( :::9c Sauce 2 GnsO.ed..ly
refrain from using the two mile is treasurer of the Immokalee Lbstk Tie.
stretch of road.Woman Chamber of Commerce. He Is a KwhM CI.O a .
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whipped his boy for lying,

And his cheeks were flaming red, .
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And of course there's no use denying "-' "

There was truth in what he said By JANE MARTIN

That a liar's always hated.

But the little fellow knew
That his father often stated The guest of honor almost missed his own party

Many things that were untrue. Mr. Leston Faneuf made the last plane before the New

York airport was weathered in, so he happily arrived in
He caught the youngster cheatingAnd Naples In time to be at the Yacht Club Thursday when

he sent him to bed, 60 friends came to wish him happiness.. on his 60th
And it's useless now repeatingAll
birthday.
the bitter things he said; Guests, parties, family visits add up to a gay, gay
He talked of honor loudly
,
time for the next several weeks.Mr. .
As a lesson to be learned, Parker entertained with
and Mrs. Eugene a
And forgot he boasted proudlyOf .. !, ,:: cookout Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Prce Beatty, of Grosse
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the cunning tricks he'd turned.He _- .. .-_ '0'.... '."j&--, .. ..:._'.,'...'''.J.' ......... ...- .'i... .. .. "',. ... _....... "'. --, .,...."...-w;. ._"" Pointe, Mich. The Beattys are visiting their son-in-law and

heard the youngster swearingAnd "HITTING A NEW HIGH": The Varel and Bailly Chan- members, who were asked to surrender their 1964 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burnette. Others at the f

he punished him again teurs de Paris, final Community Concert of the 1964 membership cards before entering the Auditorium.New party were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nesbet, who live In Connecticut -

He'd have no boy as daringAs season, drew a record-breaking attendance Saturdayat members, for whom this was a "bonus concert", and are spending the winter in the Parkers' guesthouse

to utter words profane.Yet the Naples Senior High School. Because of the unprecedented were asked to show their 1965 receipt stubs before Also Mr. and Mrs. George K. Wall, Mrs. W. L. '

the youngster could have told him, success of the 1965 membership drive, being admitted at 8:20: p.m., ten minutes before the Clements, Mrs. J. F. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burglund,

Poor misguided elf, which closed at noon Wednesday, doors were openedat 8:30: curtain. Concert Review by Evalyn Tyner Bechtel Mrs. Peggy McConnell and Tom McGrath.

That it seemed unfair to scold him 7i30: p.m. to permit early seating of this year's will appear in Tuesday's Collier County News. This weekend the Parkers and Mr. and Mrs. Coleman

When he often cursed, himself.All Boyd are In Tampa with Mrs. Parker's sister, Mrs. John

in vain is splendid preaching, Latest Way to Oven Fry ChickenBy l Morning Services Pratt.
Mrs. Sheldon Morris with Mike and Scotty are spend.
And the noble things we r Inaugurated By
say CECILY BROWNSTONE ing two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
All talk is wasted teachingIf :
our AttocioUd, Prtti Food Editor i:7 Full Gospel ChurchThe Hoopes Jr. Mr. Morris who brought his family down has
we do not lead the
way. BARBECUE S\UCE n here to T Full Gospel Community returned to Jacksonville.
We can never, by reviewingAll stay in the kitchen a. well at church, Dominion Road, Avalon
.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scribner of Montclair, N. J.
,
the sermons on the shelves, at the outdoor grill. Cooks keep Estates East Naples, has
the hands from doing finding many ways to use this J# announced the commencement of spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Keep younger savory concoction.One Sunday morning and Wednesday Ayres. The Scribners were on their way from the east
What we often do ourselves of these I is to marinate evening services. Prior to this
coast to Point of Rocks near Sarasota.
chicken time the
in the sauce coat with non. denominational
Elizabeth Winn crumbs and (then bake. This is a church had services only on Sun.
nice main course for an Informal day evenings OOPS, SORRY KIDS
gathering because the chicken: Sunday School will start at 10
Olt, ulStuctSOUNaples' con be marinated and crumbed a.m. today with morning wor. One hostess recently made a quick addition of chilled
ahead and refrlgermed Then ship following at II a.m. Sunday Hawaiian Punch to the usual bar supply when her guests
about an hour before dinner lts : night worship will begin at arrived and she found two of them to be grammar school
drizzled with melted butter or g 7 p.m., as usual. Wednesday
margarine and put In the oven. night prayer service will begin age. The William Baileys knew Mrs. Robert Dilbone'sparents
All the hostess has to do Is to at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson with their two
turn the chicken once midway 4' A three day convention is
r.e daughters and son were here. So they asked them for
Only Shop
through the baking. planned tor March 20.21.22 with
.' r special guest speakers Rev Kent cocktails. What no one had bothered to mention was
Offering a Complete EASY OVEN CHICKEN y'ts Newman of Beaumont, Tex., and that George and Lisa Robinson are six and eight years old.
I 2 broi let-fryerl ((2 1/2 pounds Dr William Standish Reed of
Selection of Linens George and Lisa are staying with Dr. and Mrs. Oil-
each) cut in serving-size r ir Tampa Florida.
5 3, 4 cup bottled barbecue pieces sauce bone while the Robinsons and their other daughter, Jane, ,
Exquisite) Bedspreads, Sheets and tablespoon Worcestershire 4 Gals Compete are in Miami participating In the National Raven Regatta.

Accessories 1 1 Sauce, 2 teaspoons celery salt With Cow For Jane's fiance, Ron Marshal, flew down from the Universityof

Bath Towels and Boutique. 1 '2 teaspoon onion salt Title Michigan to crew on the Robinsons' sloop.No .
2 cups fine cracker crumbs Campus out-of-town guests, no special reason exceptit
ff9 h+onogrammed Robes and 1/2 cup butter or margarine, ROCKFORD, m. (AP)-Votes is getting near the time for friends to scatter for the
melted will be counted today in the
Pajamas. Mash chicken and dry on paper 1 .,ctrl Rockford College "Miss Campus summer months for the lovely party Mrs. John Franklin
toweling. Stir together the barbe -- Chest" contest gave Tuesday. After luncheon the 12 ladies played
f Handkerchiefs and Baby cue sauce, Worcestershire sauce, EASY OVEN CHICKEN gets a marinade of barbecue The candidates are four pret.
i Ii, ** celery malt, and onion ash. Dip lauce before ills'\ crumbed and baked. ty coeds and a cow named Nel. bridge.Mrs.
1ft Gifts. pieces of chicken in the mixture; .lie. Esther Partridge and her brother-in-law, Mr
slack pieces& in a bowl l; pour any pieces. Bake uncovered in a The latest word from thecampus Bert Hansen of Bellaire, Florida, have been visiting the
1250'''"" Third St. South Naples; Ml 2-4791. 1 ,remaining sauce I>\ler. chlckeix. nodeffa(390deircc( *). oyequ,; Retired Persons puts' Nellie' "way: out in Leon Hansens of the Bahama Club this week.
I 1031 Lincoln" "" ? front"
'koad, Miami nt!icn' Refrigerate and marinate, foe 2 I hour or until tender. 16
hours or longer. Dip pieces in to 8 servings. I Nellie works for a Rockford Next week the Hansens' granddaughter, Diane Koer-
cracker crumbs. Place in a single --- Meeting TuesdayBE dairy and never went to col. ner, is coming for her vacation from Principia College.
layer in a well-greased shallow A 'FRIEND' lege. and who also attends
Diane Susan
Downing, Principia,
-i ic' baking pan. Let stand 30 minutes 'EmmanuelThe The campus chest Is a college
Spoon melted butter evenly over TO YOUR LIBRARY At fund-raising drive for charity will arrive together.
"7* regular monthly meeting similar to the Community Today, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompsonare
ahoy Lanz cotton checking of the American Associationof Chest.
I Students vote by dropping entertaining at their home on Spyglass Lane. Guestsof
In 'for sea, sun and sand Bogorra, it's a great day for the) Irish Retired Persons will be held pennies in jars for the candi. honor are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Caufman of Oxford, Pa.

with halter top and maillot o IT'S ST. PATRICK'S DAYI' Tuesday at the evening Emmanuel at 7 Lutheran o'clock dates of their choice. The can. Next week the tempo of the Thompson householdwill
the
'' dldates are nominated by
boyshorts In plnk-and-white or blue- Church, 731 Bow Line Drive men students. step up a bit. Their grandchildren, Claiborne, William,
and-whiteigingham i 5 to 15 sizes 20.00 ;J wear a bit 0' green AARP PresldentFrankR.Bl lr Nellie's rivals are Barbara Phoebe and Robert, are due from Kennett Square, Pa.
r announced.No Engebretson of Rockford, Nan. They will come with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeC.
WHETHER YOU'RE IRISH OR NOT dinner Is planned Blair cy Brown of New York City,
Turner.
0 said, but coffee and dessert Judy Potts of Louisville and
GREEN CARNATIONS will be served. Terry Mauer of Cedar Rapids,
Iowa. ST. PAT'S DAY COMINGSt.
I AARP was founded In 1958. If a girl wins, she will be
CORSAGES Blair said, and now has over crowned queen in Talcott Chap. Patrick's Day is coming up Tuesday and Mr. and
700,000 members, and playsan el tonight. Mrs. Justus I. Wakelee have chosen that day for a party.
Important part In Americanlife Sponsors are still looking fox They will entertain with cocktails at the 19th Hole.
CENTERPIECESFLORIDA'S and in the lives of a suitable spot for Nellie's coronation
Americans, mature should she win. Also celebrating St. Patrick's Day will be Tony Ridg-

FINEST SELECTION way. He checks into Naples on Tuesday for spring vaca
All members are urged to Individual pana for baking
r attend, and all prospective brioche are available; they look tion from Kenyon College. Next weekend Tony's parents,
D : members are welcome,the pre- rather like small bowl with a the Richard Ridgways, expect Mr. and Mrs. Mason Hooker
race Late 7/ori5t sident said. sharply fluted edge. lytle of Dayton, Ohio, for a visit. Thev. will honor their

I guests at a cocktail party on the 25th.

"Artistry In Flowers" DARREL AUSTINAn Mrs. Edward Hoopes IV is here from Pittsburgh to
1)44 Third Street South Phone MI 2-4536 visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude F. Turben of the

We wire flowers anywhere Bahama Club. Mr. Hoopes will arrive next weekend to

Franchise Dealer for Fannie May Candies tih.bit'on of 71 paintings by one of Am.ri.ea'a stay through Easter.
major artitti for more thin 20 y"rt.
Through Thursday March II Gallery noun Still more gayety scheduled for St. Patrick's Day.
rda,'ioy' "**" Sunday 10 to *. Friday .vaning'
.
The Lion's Club will entertain their ladies at a dinner

party at Baroni's.On .

HARMON GALLERY Wednesday the Lion's Auxiliary will hold their

IIII THIRD STREET SOUTH annual crazy hat Easter luncheon. It will be held at the
Younger and TELEPHONE Midway 2.7517DRESSEEASTER Beach Club.

i The showing of the Briggs' pictures by the Naples
Sweeter Than Hospital Auxiliary is scheduled for the Senior High School
I Auditorium March 17th end 18th.
Spring .
On the way to the pictures, the 18th, Mr. and Mrs.

., Robinson suggest people stop by the R. and R. Robinson I

By: Carlye, Alix of Miami (Continued on page 7)

t Lanz created this youthful Jeanette Alexander

Moygashel linen shirt. atatw.a.
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dress in junior sizes for

all agesl From the collection .
i "' of moderately priced EASTER SUITS Lilly PulitzerOf

but smart Spring and
2 and 3 Pieces
1L Easter ensembles. Naples, Into
Wrinkle Free Palm Beach

Lightweight Cotton Knits
Invites you .
Dacron Seersucker
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,. x THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE NAPLES
BEVERLY HILLS, Call
(AP-The Distinguished Cltl
zen Award of the Association of Notebook
a.r. Newspaper Classified Advertls..
ing Managers annually goes to
someone who launched an outstanding fri '
(CoatJaaeci trots page )
career by answering a
classified ad.
This year's winner, receiving
a bronze plaque In Beverly IK 1 1 Gallery to see the exhibit by Miss Virginia Spiker of
Hills, Calif., recalled the 1908 KIn
New York.
the old New York World that Jr
.. made the big difference In his __.4, Miss Spiker will be the Robinsons' guest, and tomor.

6tJIL life. It read: "Boy singer want. 'JL row Mrs Alfred W. French Jr. will arrive from Piqua,
for vaudeville act. L_ lvv
ed star
Room, board, $4 week Applyin :! Ohio, to visit them. Mr. French will be down later In

person." the week and then ha and Mrs. French will continue on

"Boy singer" Groucho Marx to vacation In Puerto Rico.
got the job, launching him on :

his 59-year show business ca. DAR Trying To Get SmithWord
reer.

: cn1Trft Cozy With Jackie.Deleg'ate has been received In
WASHINGTON (AP) The
Naples of the death In Fitzgerald,
old soldier, who says his kind SuggestsCORONADO
Ga., of Carl Smith, 59, former
LI Just fade away, received an un.
Calif. (AP) -
owner of the Anchorage Apart.
expected visit Friday from ; A delegate to the national con. ments here and at one time Na.pies *
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President Johnson. ventlon of the Daughters of the
Johnson stayed 30 minutes ,. plumbing Inspector.
Revolution
American
a
with Douglas A. MacArthur, 84,, .mmm? .>,' JrAlw" resolution commending says Mrs. Funeral services will be held

at Walter Reed Army Medical NANCY JOYCE CHESSER BETTY JO PRUITT John F. Kennedy smacks of an today In Fitzgerald. Mr. Smith Hill
Center In Washington where died Wednesday at the Den
Photos by \\llt.le attempt to "(et cozy"
the flve-star General of the Mrs. Albert West of Univer. Hospital Fitzgerald.
He Is survived by Ms wife,
Army Is recuperating from a
sal City, Calif., said Friday she
gall bladder operation. MacAr. Mrs. Nina Smith, a daughter,
Chesser-Parker Pruitt-Chesser doubted the wisdom of the reso.
Miss Judith Smith of Salisbury,
thur was reported doing fine .
lutlon, passed after spirited debate
r'J but there was no word when he the late Md., and two sons, William S.
could leave the hospital. President's, commending widow for her "of. Smith of the University of
Double Wedding Here April 5th Southern Mississippi,and RobertC.

CHARLESTON, WVa. (AP) the forts White towards llousa.... "refurbishing of Smith, United States Navy.

-Lady Bird Johnson the na.
tlon's First Lady, ,will visit Miss Nancy Joyce Chesserand Young Chesser Is also the bro. Both young women are "Are we trying to get" cozy Watched Grandson
that she's asked
West Virginia within the next Miss Betty Jo Pruitt, former ther of Nancy Chesser. graduates of the '63 class at now a widow?
few months, says the state's classmates at Naples Senior High Miss Chesser will wed Par. Naples High School. Miss Prultt Mrs. West. Fly To His Death

governor, W.W. Barron. School, will be married to two ker, a part time student at is the daughter of Mrs. Lola dered The delegate whether said the resolutionwas she won. OAKMAN, Ala. (AP) "We
Barron said In Charleston that Naples young men In a double. Edison Junior College and an M. Pruitt of 1069 Sperling Ave. make stood In the front door and
to
at the East Naples employee of the and Miss Chesser's parentsare an attempt up
President Johnson had assured ring ceremony Sunshine Suprex nue with Mrs. Kennedy after refusing watched proudly as our grand
him of Mrs. Johnson's trip during Baptist Church on Sunday, April Market. the Clyde Chessers. to donate two chairs son flew over the house," said
5. Miss Pruitt, a typist employedThe Rev. Ladles Bargo, pastor of antique
the President's flying tour Mr. and Mrs. John Holley.
the First Lady wanted for the
of the flood-strlcken Ohio River bridegrooms .to.be are at the Collier County News, will the East Naples Baptist Church, White ( Seconds later, and a few miles
House.
Valley Lloyd Harold Parker son of become the bride of Chesser will perform the three o'clock The DAR declined away, the Air Force T37 jet t
Mr. and Mrs. Brlsco Parker who Is connected In business ceremony Friends and relatives on groundsthe trainer crashed, killing Its '

BILLINGS, Mont. (Ap-Sen. of 831 Coconut Circle, and George with Ulster's Standard OU Sta. of both couples. are Invited.Anniversary the chairs DAR under were terms bequeathed of a will to young pilot 2nd U. Thomas C.

Edward Kennedy, D Mass., Norman Chesser, whose parents tlon In Naples. Chesser servedare which forbade their Pierson, 22. The accident oc:
being given
spent a good deal of time with Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Ches.with the U. S. Army at Fort Of curred Friday.
ser of 611 10th Avenue South. Wainwright Alaska. away.
} the younger set during Ms two. &
Jones Birth
s day speaking tour of Montana. Casey

'J The senator, 32, addressed a oooooooooooooooooooooooooWOUND Almost Unnoticed
} r. high school audience at Mlssou.la r
Mont., went horseback rid. By RUSSELL LANE
t 1 ,. UliJ.f.1 ... Ing with youngsters, attended a CHICAGO (AP) The 100th
trout dinner given by college A TOWN birthday anniversary of one of
REGULAR CONCERT-GOERS Mr. and Mrs. E. Clifford students, and was given a wild America's greatest heroes of BOOKSSONG

Wenzel (above) and the Rev. and Mrs. Robert F. Martinare reception In a Billings, Mont., folk song slipped in almost un.
hotel where tournament basket. CHARLOTTE DURNO MI J4697
By noticed Saturday.The .
the arrivals the
always early at Naples
among
ball players were staying. hero was John Luther
, Senior High School when a Community Concert pro. 000000000000Phewl 0000000000000Mike Jones born March 14, 1864, in

gram goes on stage.PreMarital HELENA, Mont. (AP-Rep. Have I had It this week I Davis, son of Mrs. Jack Jordan, Ky. & STORY SHOP
Graham Purcell, D.Tex., gets Hubby had a couple of days off Davis, returned to Naples Friday He crashed Into legend 36 1
. The questionnaire contained 20 where he's going eve U it Is a and it seemed a good Idea to paint night by Jet after spending the years later as Casey Jones at MI 2.2520e9.
Sex questions on moral and other bit round.about. our bedroom then that led to last two weeks In Lima Peru. the throttle of Illinois Central 659 5th Ave. So.
Issues. Purcell went to Helena to ad. the hallway and by this time Earl Morgan didn't return with Locomotive No. 382, pulling I
Approved By Male One senior responded to thi! dress the Montana governor's the kitchen looked terrible,dining Mike. It seems there Is a hint train No. 1-4he Cannonball Ex.
query on sex with a question a annual prayer meeting. He left room likewise. Well, we just of romance In the air. Earl press on the foggy morning of Lovc/il1CSS
StudentsNEW
College his own "For me or my sister.1', Washington In a commercial air. couldn't paint without washing the wants to bring a little gal with April 30,1900. L;" for
YORK (APA surveyof liner, landed In Dallas, took a windows and screens. So Hubby him and that Involves quite a bit None of the passengers In the
the senior class at Columbia KIDS WILL BE KIDS car to Fort Worth, flew to Den. says. Anyway, he really crackedthe of red tape. 12 cars of the New Orleans. Uo0I /
College, a male school, shows JAMESTOWN, N.D. AP) -. ver by commercial airliner, whip on me. Yes street! I'm Becky Riley, daughter of Mr. bound express he had taken out : ty ..A1ary l XJ"/ 'es

that 83 per cent believe In premarital Student pranksters snuck Intc), switched to an Air Force Jet glad he doesn't have too many and Mrs. John Riley, spent se. of Memphis, Tenn., that morning Dyehes Beach Club Bent Sales MI S.1111FOR
sexual Intercourse. the chapel at Jamestown College, that brought him to Great Falls, of these days off. veral days. this past week visiting was killed when the locomotive r
Thirteen, per cent; cUsap. ona night ,and reversed every on e! Mont., and then a plane as. Young Charles Barley son of with her sister Linda in Talla. split the caboose and two cars .
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proved and oUr 'pe'\'> cflnt'wertfundecided. \\br'rl'l\! I tieibytdaWrpEest\ Colteg(f signed to the governor took kiln Mri-'aWif'Mrs. Frandj TJarley, Ira see. Linda Is a Jiinl6r at of a' standing freight train in' $ '. E"3T You. hairdo BEAUJYlei T .. n /'" (fiulrhe; 1 ', .or'"I'-J,,, 0.11.if.\e 1, I
: officials wise to the ways ol r r to Helena. Is home from Carson Newman Florida State. Vaughn, Miss.
The Columbian, collego year. their charges didn't even bUn: college In Jefferson City, Tenn., A few of the newcomers to Their survival was attributedto Can't get 'round It (even The -fulche" Is that good"
brook which prepared the questionnaire the next day. They held church I CHARLESTON. S.C. CAP) for a few days visit. Naples this week are Mr. and his remaining In the cab and If w. wished to) . old American "spit-furl.
said 540 of the 660 services from the rear of the i Gen. Mark W. Gflark, 68, plans Mrs. Gene DeUnewashostessto Mrs. Ernest Jackson of Rich damping the throttle as well as there lots of French In Though the guirhe chang.es .
students In the class responded. chapel.DISTINCTIVE to retire as president of The a birthdaypartyhoooringSlacy mond, Va., and Mrs. Mary VIck working the brake to keep the American coiffure talk. a bit from fashion to ;
.Citadel, South Carolina's four Tlen's sixth birthday last Sun. also of Richmond. Mrs. VIck train from a helpless skid on Of source, many of the fashion. It has lots of dash
year military college, for reasons day at the home of Mrs. DeLlne plans to return to Richmond In a the slippery rails. I styles we feature at our for lots of girls. Might
of "rest and recreation" on Eight Avenue, South. Guests few days but the Jacksons planto As he saw the track obstruc. 10u'i
and because of his wife's poor for cake and Ice cream and stay In Naples for an Inde. tlon and struggled to slow the salon have been ,Inspiredby be Just the spark

Health. punch were: Scotty, Jeff and finite length of time. It's hopedby speeding train, he told his Ne. I Paris tho' today, looked for A "poatlehe"is
FASHIONS Clark, commander of the Bryan Tarvln, Ricky, Billy and their neighbors on Eighth rro fireman, Sim Webb, to Rome and London and a sepsrale halrpletei I a
U.S. 5th Army In Italy during Tyla Tillman,Kimberly and Mary Avenue South that they will come 'take your place to jump, cause even Madrid has hair. wlglet thiH's a big boost
World War H, announced In Dumb, and Jimmy and Susan to love Naples so much that they It's two locomotives that's a drnrers whose artful Mess le hair beauty. W.'.. top.

Charleston, S.C., that he will DeLlne. won't ever leave. bound to bump." and the whole world cop knot-type postlches, and
five up the college post no lat. BLISS IS THE WORD Naples has lost one gal to The scalded remains of Casey others thai do so much to
Bliss I... Hut of the most
on
and are home
Jack Mary
er than June 30, 1965. Marathon this week Mrs Frank Jones were burled at Jackson, .
.
COMPLETE week I An make feel dre* ed-iip
top of the world this and "fun" new Ideas are you
Hatcher of Pine Ridge Road was Tenn., there's still a tradl. '
opportunity they have waited long "fun"are at lots less rout than
asked to go back to Fisherman'sHospital lion on the I.C of "Whistling French, Greatest
v John Valcourt for has finally come their way. In Marathon as kitchen Casey" In salute as locomotivespass others trying to copy a full wlf.TOOTfflffiWffvTOOO .
RESORT Wins CommissionAs On the 20th Jack will be leaving manager and dietician. Mr. Hat. the cemetery Americana
for Louisville Ky., where he
r i cher and her mother, Mrs. Ruth
( will three months at the -
spend '
2nd LieutenantJohn Smith, will follow as soon as' -
Police Institute The
APPARELFor Southern
they sell their home here.
Valcourt 111, 22, son of institute Is an extension of the

Mrs. Myra Valcourt Immoka University of Louisville. See you around town.PATIO .
lee, was graduated from Officer
Candidate School and was com-

missioned a second lieutenant

at Fort Denning Ga., February
queens in top-- -the 20.The t HOW TO WORK WITH A DECORATOR
morning fashions, in linens 23week candidate

smooth as an Irishman's course Included training In map
reading, small unit tactics em I |{til, <*rnrstlnjr a room? Planning a new hornet Or searching .
for silks
blarney, party-going ployiiient of weapons, leadership A for a new look for an old home? Whatever situation sends you

with lilts of color straight administration and logistics to a decorator, you tan save much of his and your valuable time

from the Emerald Isle, stopin D O If you keep several important: points< In mind.
\
at Lieutenant Valcourt enter- DRESSES 5k'Kl KNOW YOURSKLF.: Search out your likes and dislikes,

ed the Army In March 1962 COITH( P00LSIDG and tell your decorator what they! are Surprisingly: some clients

and was last stationed at Fort refuse to answer even such a simple quertion as, "What Is your favorite .

Campbell, Ky. ELcam( \ TQ nlor'" an tSe grounds that this may sway the decorator.
He is a 1959 graduate of New
CKk Although a decorator Is a specialist In the selecting and combiningof /
York
Military Academy colon, furniture, and ..rt"norleho Is working under the Im-
k. Cornwill-on-Hudson
N.Y.. and
home tj reflect ts'tes, not his.
attended the University of Connecticut presi'on that you want your your
He wants to listen carefully to everything you have to say.

Naples, Florida UK: FRANK ON SI'KNDINO. The decorator Isn't really

Have your butcher bone breastof this trying to pry when he asks: "And how much did you have In mindto
lamb so you can roast
meat with a stuffing Sew the spend on furnishings?" He la only trying to chart an even

Harbor Springs, Michigan Colu ias. l Otrto edges of the stuffed roast together course between the jagged lock of a proposal that Is Insultingly I

with heavy white threador budg.t-minded and the crusher of one that I la overpoweringly costly.

skewer. them. He wants to do his best for you. In whatever price bracket you

select. Tell him your overall budget, figure and give your decorator .

a chance to save you money where he can.
? ? ? ? ? f redecorating
da A decorator can be your strongest ally In a

venture, because he wants what you want a good result.
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On Display Friday NightNaples Here Interested MondayAdults In learning

to play tennis still have a chanceto
ret In a beginners' group
High School football Ing on opposite sides for example -which starts Monday at 1:30, SPORTS
players are looking forwardto Morris also said other nr Recreation Director Julius
performing for the public pairs of players that will be n f: Lesser reports.
This series of tennis lessons
Intrasquad split up Include centers Brad a
at Friday night's d' .
will be taught, as previous series
< ,
at the high school field Unkeless and Jerry Rose
game have been, by Lesser. Facilities
Coach Jerry Morris'boys are guards Lee Treadwell and for Instruction Include the four
8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 15, 1964
eager to show what they have Wayne Jenkins tackles Al Cambler Park tennis courts and .
learned since last season Hackney and Bill Hartter. and an excellent lighting system.
Also Blasts Cassius Clay
and hope to put on a good head- backs Billy Bryan and Bob

knocking scrimmage for the Koch. \ 'Skins' At BottomOf
fans. The two squads probably LINEUPS THURSDAY Jack Dempsey Takes A PunchAt
will do some running out of Lineups for the respective Grid Heap Had
the new "1" formation but squads the Blue and the White ,
should stick mostly to the basic will appear In Thursday's News. 'j : 2 ChampionshipsNEW
and more familiar single-wing. There will be about 20 boys on YORK CAP) The 'Quitter' Sonny Liston
Tickets to Friday's 8 p.m. each squad wi Washington Redskins, at t.e!.
Intrasquad affair will cost 50 "We have a lot of big new i .r bottom of the National Foolball WASHINGTON (API-"A> real Dempsey, who was champ
for adults and students kids and the fans have League heap In most depart.
cents will a g champion doesn't quit sitting on from 1919 to 1926, said Listen
alike Morris said. The pro- chance to see them In action o ments during the 1963 season. his pants In his corner," Jack obviously hadn't trained properly
ceeds will be split between the Friday,' Morris said. He % *' My had two consolations today-the Dempsey said Friday. He was for the recent title bout,
Individual and team NFL
junior high and senior high pointed to tackle KelthOrschell return championships, punf talking about Sonny Listen, the which he said he watched on
athletic funds, and will help and tailback Carter Bryan as k& Dick James of the 'Skins dethroned heavyweight king. closed circuit television. Clay .
As for Casslus Clay, the man the title when Listen failed .
support the spring sports pro- two of the good new players. .1 won the individual title with a won
grams at both schools. Morris describes his crew of 13.4 average for his 16 returns. who deposed Listen, Dempsey to answer the bell for the seventh
"I don't think he's real
There will be an advance sale linemen as perhaps the best he (yq Detroit's Tom Watkins gained said a round.
American. I don't know much
of tickets and they will be has had In six seasons here. the most yards on returns, lugging about the Black Muslims, but if Listen 'Quit'
sold at the gate the night of Backfield Coach Bryan expectshis J 9Jo the ball:> 32 times for 399
it's true hate all white
they
people
the game as well, Morris said. group to be dependable yards. His 12.S! average gave then I don't think it's In his day, Dempsey said",
Fans also will be able to see though not spectacular. The tt -v him second place behind right." world champions "didn't quit.
James. When Liston did, "that provedto
the made far In team have the
progress so appears to size ItorrUri Award
WJ. t.Ji i "H'N"JiiY' '''''''''''' Defending champion Pat me he was not a real cham
getting a track Installed around speed talent and depth need- Studitlll of the Lions, was side. Dempsey, one of the most col.orful pion.
the football field. The pep ed to run off a good record SHOWS MOUND FORM Sandy Koufax Lot Angeles Dodge,.' pitching ace lined most of the season with figures In nine history. "You fought with broken
band will be on hand to enter-. against tough competition next p.... on mound at ttam't spring training ump 'In Vtro Beach, Fla. Keufax beat New York Injuries. was honored by Speaker of the arms, broken ]legs: jaws, what
tain the crowd. fall.It. Yankee In two World Series games 'last Fall and tt two new strikeout record In the prccen. Washington swept the team House John W. McCormack ever you cot."
"We feel that we have a good appears that the Eagleswill crown with a 13.0 average for who gave him a citation for Gene Tunney, who defeated
group of boys on this 1964 play only four home games tlon Department sponsored BUSY ROWING YEAR 30 returns. Detroit's 63S! yards clean sportsmanship. Dempsey for the championshipIn
team" Morris declared, "andwe In 1964 but this very pro- Softball TryoutsSet men's Softball league, which DETROIT (APThe) national, was the most any team man. "This Is the nicest thing" that 1426, attended to help pay
know they will appreciate bably means six home gamesIn For TuesdaySoftball will begin play In a month. championship regatta under the aged on returns but its 11.1 av. ever happened to me, Demp. 'tribute 'to his old adversary and
a good iendoff Friday night." 1965. Morris finished negotiations Those who played for the In. auspices of the Nations lAssocia., erage left It in fourth place be. leY said as he was handed the friend _
Morris and his assistants Bill for a 10th opponent tryouts will be held gram Hardware team last year lion of Amateur Oarsmen will be hind Washington, Minnesotaand plaque. "I am overwhelmed"The ,
Tuesday at 7:30 at the Cambler Invited to out held In New York's Orchard Cleveland. 68-year-old Dempsey met
and are come Tuesday
Bryan Jerry Howell will Friday morning and official -
announcement Park ball diamond, recreationu.lsta."It Beach -- reporter and made It quite Little League
31
divide the night, along with newcomers or lagoon July -Aug 2.
team Into of this
two near- awaits clear he
doesn't think
game Ron McCune has an. "natives" who would like to havea The host will be the New York Clay Says New much of
ly equal squads probably after arrival of a contract from nounced. Athletic today's boxing
fling at Softball this and Club.
spring Holds
practice Wednesday.The the school Involved. Nine opponents McCune hopes to fill his as. summer. The United States Olympic Test Tougher "Either clean It up or get rid AuctionThe
game will find ends Steve previously were sign- slgnment of organizing a fourth rowing trials will be held Aug. of it." he said. "Either It's rightor Naples Little League Ma.
Clark and Walter Ritchie play- ed to play the Eagles_ next fall team to compete In the Recrea. Don't Be A Lltterbug 26-29 In New York Than First One It's wrong. But if you bannedit jor Division held Its annual pla.
you'd get bootleg boxing and
-- ----
yer auction Friday night,with re.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-Cas. that would be "
worse.
I slus Clay has some traveling suits to be reported In the NEWS
planned while the Army goes Boxing CommIssion later this week.
over his second Selective Service The auction was handled by pro.
written examination. The Dempsey advocated a national fesslonal auctioneer J. William
MOST in a verdict will be known in about boxing commission to "get Hatfleld, assisted by Jack Ro.
FTHE four weeks. rid of undesirables In the sport." land, both of Golden Gate Es.
He Included the new champion tales
"The test was tough" he said, Clay in that category!: becauseof
"tougher than the first one. Clay's avowed membership in Cape Coral PlansIntercollegiate
Man, I'm tlredl. But I did my the Black Muslim organization,
best-l don't want anybody to which favors racial segrega
think I'm crazy." tlon.

MICHIGAN HOMB Golf TournamentCAPE

CORAL..The 1964 Flor
Ida Invitational and Intercollegiate
*
t.t'' T PLAY BETTER GOLFBy Golf Championships, head.
,1., ed by seven state colleges and
Tommy Armour universities and national powers
: : Houston, Wake Forest and Columbia -
i" University, will be heldat
"' Play the Course this Florida west coast com
7 munlty, April 24.
A'' "Y 1 ANY time you're on a winter The 72-hole, medal play event
I : and playing a gulf will be contested on the par 72
course that's new toO Cape Coral Golf Course, a roll.
I I *J ,.'.- I ")'ou.think of tIdy;"!! inC 6ISC-yard challenge of Wat
erways and tricky approaches.,
'* 6 the course before
will be for
Players competing
the .fhot
) D praying school and Individual honors In
4 'j'.j : Think of where you the Invitational division, opento
can aim to avoi'ddanger each participating team, a.
and to have wards will be presented for best
\ the following shot one overall team score, low fresh.
you can make without man and low varsity golfer
worrying. The ordi- Trophies In the Intercollegiate
division In these three categories
almost
nary golfer wastes -
C will also be presented. Schools
1 as many shots entered from Florida the
D are
his mind;
by not using University of Miami, University
G as he does by incorrectly of Florida, Rollins College, Stet.
using hill son University, Florida State Un.
f j muscles. Jinny times Iverslty Florida Southern Col.
The you see a golfer (perhaps lege and Florida Presbyterian.
KENT yourself) when Opening round of 18 holes will
be played on Thursday (April
he cannot possiblyreach I
Take the easy safe way 2), followed by 36 holes on Fridayand
2 Bedroom 2 Bath a green with a the final 18 holes
COMPARE VALUE shot, hit hard and wild and dub the first brainless Tournament chairman on Saturday.Robert

1884 Total Sq. Ft. effort Then he is left with another impossible shot. Flnkernagel, community directorof
So he takes three to get on when he could have done Cape Coral, anticipates afieldof
What you get for what you pay determines house the job with two unstrained shots to targets well within between 80 and 90 golfers by
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March' IS, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9
ruck is so sensitive that It nan Sunday,

With Detectors May pick up scattered signals from are permitted In Zones "K"
Truck T at a dls. Appeals AgendaA
Personal Problems' May the beam of electrons and "K.." onlv.
.. lance of 100 feet or more, Tan. 2. APPLICATION NO. Ill .
of the Zon.
ner says. special meeting FROM Mr. and Mrs. Geo M.Gait. .
By electronically comparing log Board of Appeals will be Front yard setback
TV Ratings REi
Force: Howard To Quit Revolutionize signals given off by the set with held at 2 p.m. Monday, March variance of 15 feet tor proposed

factor In signals transmitted from the 18, to consider the following residence facing 19th Avenue,
r HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Dlscov. quently the deciding station the device Instantly Men. 1 APPLICATION NO. 110 between 1st Street, South.
$108,000 bonus in i 1958, maybe M whether a show stays on the which the south
BAY Wls. AP
GREEN ( ) .. try of a new way of counting tides the channel' to FROM Texaco, Inc. ADDRESS
the
Drive.H .
baseball at y be. and Gordon
rank Howard, the Los Angeles 'forced to quit turned tc air, have been criticized North Naples
!tow many sets are set Is tuned. 1863 Oth Street, ,
dgers' 6.foot.7 home run slug. age of 27 because of "personal what television shows could rev cause they are based on sam. Television sets in an apart Florida. RE: Root sign for pro. W. CLOUSER
;
out of Ohio State tor problems." I h plings from a few hundred so. (for
[tt signed Associated Dlutlonlw the controversial proIram.rating ment house are Just as easy posed new Texaco Service Sta. rrprcxnlinf the
Howard told The po homes.
...r industry. called representative the device, called a compara. tlon. METROPOLITAN DM
'Mr. ,
Press Friday it would be Its Inventors say the system,, Tanner says his system can tor to read as one set In a res I. SUMMARY OF FACTS Permit INSURANCE COMPANY

Dave NicholsonSet tually Impossible" for him to which Involves trucks with resolving sample thousands and that no dence, Tanner says, because It denied bv building official I -... A_ -r A le.n...
play this season 11 circular antennas that viewer will know he Is being makes Its Identification In sec. because root signs are prohibit Life and Personal Accident
"i doubt very, very much If ;;rr .# sampled. Health Imurjnce
: signals from each homt ed il"n" Motel District.Section and
pick
New Record I'll be able to play," the power. eni +bs set, up will make obsolete ratlnj He figures the cost will run onds.Tanner' bald one truck can 28.113 (D) root signs Po B.. MS Mused"
ful outfielder said after $15,000 truck, do. ..
young methods using telephone Inter $10,000 to per count. 106 sots a minute cruisingat
talking by phone with Dodger pending on the number of hour. Flft> RIVIN'
StrikeoutsSARASOTA views, diaries kept by pre 15 miles an HRTC TWT
For General Manager Buzzle .
and recorder trucks purchased.One said can surve160,
M selected viewers trucks, he ,
Fla. (AP-Dave Bavasl. t;! to sets. of the few outsiders who In 30 minutes. TH
attached 000 sets
"I feel as it I've had It," has seen the device, Frank CROSS
I Nicholson li a man with I I James L. Tanner, who with
I problem. He strikes out too, Howard added. "Spring trainingis far his brother, Thomas, and his father ., .Champion of ABC Television's lleautiful Coquina Nsnds l.ot ', .:,.11 t.1' RflTHCRNIGHT TRI1Ii.iI1!
advanced and I'm so de.
well engineering
transmission
much. In fact, he struck out so Charles operates a smal \Lee 1960 price oak 5600.
often last year with the Chi. out of shape both mentally! and electronics company In suburban ,, partment, says "I haven't felt hommite this .TNE IV
would be virtually since See thin suprrh ;
cago White Sox that he set a physically that It Wilmington, says negotla,, so strongly about anything '.
impossible for me to play. the advent of video-tape. ThereIs w,..I. s.-t. -. '
new major league record t17S. lions are under way to sell thE I *G. H. 1.1'FF* ;
It is not something to be To be honest with you, I haven'teven to a progran L no question about It workingit
system Broker\ 4/RLMES
survey
proud of. thought of baseball" rs Is very accurate" Kef K. K.: FLY MAPLES

the new strike zone may Howard said he canceled rating Current company.rating systems, fre. The revolving antenna on the all 9th St. N.
at the Los
have had nothing to do with it plans to visit Bavasl ADDED TOUCHSince -
in Vero I Isf
but it is a matter of record that Angeles training camp
Beach Fla., next week because parking meter and subsequent
,
three men broke the old Amer.
"Buzzle and I talked about the hunt for coins, it source
record. Don Lock
lean League
of Washington had 151 and situation and there isn't much of annoyance to many, earners- elub

Dick Stuart of Boston 144. Donn else to say" man decided to "hum nn, thu { iL Euxurv ooperatiueDIRECTLY
that the way I eiu
Clendenon of Pittsburgh set a "I told him dual meter st Ntshu. N.H.
National League high by strike feel now, I'm not in a good .
out 136 times frame of mind to play baseball
Ing and if I tried I would be doingan
lot
"It did bother me a ,
to the club and Hunts
injustice FBI
Nicholson said at the White

Sox training camp. "But it's all more"Buzzle so to told myself me,to" he relax added.and ON THE GULF OF MEXICOIN

over now as far as I am con.
cerned. You can't let a thing get myself straightened out. He

knows like that I wasn't get you.trying Everybody to strike eral spoke manager.as a friend That's, not as the a gen.way. 4th Man In THE MOORINGS OF NAPLES

he always has been. The Dodgers

out."The did have been more than goodto
whole thing puzzle
I'd my hits. I had 22 me, but the way I feel now I FEC BlastsFORT -..
get ;
me. In 70 couldn't play for them or any. : {t.' t'1' : O <.1! '
and drove '
.
home runs ..i' II
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runs. EU11 I was striking out. one else." If he felt he PIERCE, Fla. (AP) ." 't' I if. .",: :\0.. ..."",'1:_ ,.'
Asked directly "It I \ : I
but It "i' : '
haywire for '
Something was FBI looked today a \
for good, The I, '
,
takes time to find out. A couple was through baseball to ourth man and perhaps oth. : ., '' :.< :< : t
of other guys broke the record, Howard replied: "I don't like -in connection with the dy. tIr. :.;i ,,, .... :.. ." .. '. 'oJ ,; .< :i" ,, .j "'i/r"
irs .
I think there were 10 or say so definitely, but things East Coast \' \, ... '. ., 1I iI:" ,n' It,, 1< <,.'
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too. Florida
take an awful big tamltlng of ;. ,. .' ,: ,. r.t11 n',.! ;r.i': : + >, tt ".!
to '
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have .
100 In our league. would stun. ; ,..l. t" .i "i' : :
over that are 4
trains
more to Railway freight '' I. ; ./ ( }
me ; .
to permit "
events :
turn of \"t' : 0'" ,
"The only thing I can do is running despite a strike. r : ,:"'!: .... ,, .. -
keep swinging and trying to hit play at least this year. former employes have ','" ",. ,if '.' l. ,, I .: 1!
who has been work. Three i:, :'
the ball. Maybe I was lookingfor Howard, trainee for a been arrested. Two were charge ... ,. ", ,"

something too good, gettingtoo ing as a sales the off. with trying to blow up a train '... .
Green Bay firm during ; ,
choosy. I was called out a The third was ; .
for season. said he planned to con. Thursday night. :.. .' .i. .
I'll have to
go
lot. Maybe
1 charged with conspiracy.
ferwithofficials'of the company
the first two. When you're Agents refused to comment on
continuing on
striking out a lot you don't get next week about I their Investigation but one said,

any break from those um. the Job. ball'"At least we're getting a few
into organized
broke
He
I remember one in Baltimore "
plres. breaks.
old Green Bay Blue
with the
called me out
they afteran
when arrested
He Two men were
Steve Barber Jays of the Three-I League.
on a pitch by 18.man stakeout at railroad
and his wife, a Green Bay
that almost hit the ground. children trestle in Indian River County,
tour
Nicholson is the boy who was native, and their 10 miles to the north. They were
$100,000 to sign a live In nearby De Pere. Davis 23 of near.
paid over declined to disclose John Wesley ,
Howard
contract with the Baltimore but by Port St. Lade known as the
problems, 1" S
his "personal
Orioles In 1958. The Orioles combination of things "barefoot picket", and Joseph
traded him to Chicago a year said "a Leo Vedder, 32, of Miami. They
ago with Ron Hansen, Pete hit me all at once. made bond of}C0,000 each after

Ward and Hoyt WUhelm fob Board Studies being bound over Friday for 1 1A
Luis Aparicio and Al Smith. grand jury action. No one would

Al Lopez of the White Sox Fee Schedules say who put up the money.
gave Nicholson a chance ti The third man, Hugh Winn,

play every day and he came! At Universities 56, of Miami, was held on $75,.

through with good power de. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The 000 bond. His arraignment in
spite his strikeouts and his .229 State Board of Controls has Miami was continued until

average.1litle.Company. called for a study to determine March 26. Asst. UJ>. Atty. Aar.

if student fees should be higher on A. Foosaner said Wlnn had
sold dynamite to Vedder and
I it the state universities. ,
"Davis. d
At its monthly meeting Frt. +.w+.W.Mr
day, the board was told that President Johnson ordered ar rr
of Naples railroad
the
university fees around the na. FBI crackdown on
Feb. 27 after a dynamite -
bombings
ESCROWS tion generally are rising.
ABSTRACTS -
train
derailed
blast had a
Bldg. Florida now charges $113 a ,
Peppard
less than 20 miles from where .
MI 26059C51 trimester at the predominantly
Fifth Avt., So. white universities and $90 a semester he was speaking in Falatka. It t
at Florida A & M, for was the last in a list of more
than 200 acts of violence the rail.
W, 1. Naylee.hrt.r Negroes.Dr. road has compiled since a strike
J. Broward Culpepper, ex.
PL, ecutlve director of the board began 14 months ago.
"It was just a good, educated
lejpslators tavor
hrs. Said that some
guess" that led to the arrests of
liberal schol
heavy fees and a
Vedder and Davis, FBI Agent Ir.
arshlp program.
"But I think the fees should betas vln Bruce said. i&S&e&
"We've been checking a lot of
OPEN HOUSE low as possible. To some,
difference" bridges," he said. "I was at that
$50 makes a big
TODAY! In another action the board particular: site tour times. That"

adopted new immunization requirements was our target for that night
From 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. for some diseases. Agent Robert M. MacNamarasaid

at Prospective students must show he was hiding in the jungle
vacclna. when he saw an automobile
of a smallpox
200 No. Lake Drive lion evidence within the past five years, drive up to the trestle. lie said

tetanus immunization within two Davis was driving, that Vedder
SLOAN had was a passenger, and that a
N. P. years and that they have
in the car.
third man was
REALTOR an anti-polio treatment When the car left, McNamara 2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS

560 9th St. So. BE A 'FRIEND'TO found 15 sticks of dynamite wired

Phone 2.3559 or 2.2030a YOUR LIBRARYlull to explode when a train crossed

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PAID FINE AND COMPLIMENT .
,
Kiowa CRFP.NSnURO.County Judge Kan.Harry(AP Pasta) EVERY APARTMENT PROVIDES A

[ OF r H received in. the mail an tli pal -

ment cnmpanied for a by speeding the following fine! ,not ic<:-: BREATH TAKING VIEW OF THE GULF

"I am glad to plead guilt).
Your roads are so straight level
and so well kepi I aim ply)

couldn't help speeding,
I "Where I live the roads .re
Ai winding and 10 crooked that il

lust isn't safe to"drive more Ihan
60 miles an hour.
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all northern points Associates
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Fart M,.,.. Peals' Cord. On ,
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10 Sunday COLLIER March COUNTY 15. 194 NEM Local DeMolay Joining In National CelebrationCypress




Chapter of DeMolay sary that a boy be a son ora Masonic Temple on the North wacr

CAPlyFRED'S of Naples along with 2,400 chap- relative of a Mason to belong Trail DeMolay WeekProclamation

ters around the world will observe to DeMolay.The Marvin B. Cole of Bonlta "

DeMolay week starting organization was nam- Springs, chairman of the Ma- '
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today and running through next ed for Jacques DeMolay, the son's Advisory Council, servesas ,, ... ,

Sunday.The last G rand Master of the Knights "Dad Advisor" to the group. \

Order of DeMolay Templars, who was burned at Any boy between the agesof ... WHEREAS, The Order of De.

-:>- Is an International youth organization the stake by King Phillip of 14 and 21 of good character Malay is composed of young men

dedicated to the principles France on March 18,1314, as r I fourteen to twenty-one years of
by Copt. Fred lowton, Director may become a member of age, who are seeking to becomethe
of building better citizens a to loyalty and toleration -
Marine Safely, Raytheon martyr the order, by filing a petitionand better citizens of tomorrow,

Company & Amerlca'i Cup out of teenage boys. being voted on by the mem IJI } by developing those laudable vir.

championship tolling mailer. The movement was foundedon LOCAL GROUP bers. The petitioner must be tues making up the character of

March 18, 1919, In Kansas Cypress Chapter of the order vouched for by either two act- all good men, and

'- City, Missouri, by Frank S. was instituted In Naples In 1957 ive DeMolays or Master Masonor WHEREAS, The organization

Land and nine teenage youths a was founded by Frank S. Land
; under Majority .
the sponsorship of the Cypress DeMolay.This
::
Frank Land the during the 1919 at Kansas
: was Secretary Chapter of the Masonic morning members of year
General for DeMolay until his the City, Missouri, and now has more
order. It was reactivated last group living In Bonlta attended -
than around the
A R death on Nov. 8, 1959. after brief church there In a body + Y 2,400 chapters
GEr SOfTWWTAf 0PLU6 September a per- $ world, andWHEREAS
Dy 1920 the Kansas City iod of Inactivity. and the Maples group attendeda
FOR FACH rNRovGAaULL all the DeMolay
Chapter had grown to 3,000 Philip ,1'7lsthe -' church In Naples as a unit.
rtrrtC SUCH As6NGINE members anal Murphy present I l "sr members of Cypress Chapter,
chapters were master councillor. The On Friday night as part of 11 sponsored by Cypress.Lodge-295

Ca7LNGWATER soon found from coast to coast group now has 15 active mem- the week's program the chap- T F A AM, will observe the periodof

I umKe.J-j/)rXAti54dCfR. and In several foreign coun- bers, seven from Donita Springs ter will hold a dance at Mas- March 15.22 as "DeMolay

SECURE NEAR F'lrr/G tries. Today there are over and eight from Naples. They onic Hall for the members and Week" In celebration of their

2,400 active DeMolay chaptersand 45th Anniversary so as toxompllfy
V/ITH SHPRrp/Ec.e of meet each Monday night at the their Invited guests. ,
nearly three million boys their many community

N19NRDsrNCHA'V have taken their obligations at and International activities, and

5HWLDA GRWKJPIACK. the DeMolay altar. Social Worker's Dream Led In some small way show re.

orNEP/JfA/rStAl.TJ,( DeMolay membership Is opento cognition DeMolays to their many Senior-

ErANC YPUl.l 8EAB.Et0 any boy of good characterwho NOW THEREFORE; Archie
,
Is between the of
PLUG WE OL WHZDIA T L YTV ages Turner, Mayor of Naples, do
Fubong& 14 and 21. Although DeMolay To Founding Order Of DeMolay hereby proclaim the week of

CCUTRDL chapters are sponsored only CHAPTER ADVISORY COUNCIL for Bob Moorhead, Jacques Craumer, March 15 to March 22, 1964,

by Masonic bodies or indivi- of the Order of De Preston and Robert as DEMOLAY WEEK and call
SAFETY MAKES A HAPPY SHIP A hunting accident, a boy's need vide the proper training and guidance Cypress Chapter Capt. Sawyer, ,
dual Masons, It Is not neces- for companionship and advice, and to better upon all our citizens to Join In
citizenship that E Gandees
no Molay are these members of the Cypress Walker; standing, C. Mar-
social worker's dream of other commending the young men of the
a young boyi offered.
group
.NAfL'E!9 MOST MODERNFASHION \ teaching teenage boy the principles Land told Lower he would help Chapter of the Masonic Lodgeof vin Cole, chairman and "dad advisor"to Order of DeMolay and In ex.

of a good upright life, were organize a new boyi' club and for Naples. They are, from left, seated, the Demolay, and J. T. Hoffman. pressing our grateful appreciation

HAIRPerma SALON the basic ingredients that led to him to bring tome of his high- of the fine exampleset

Thia>! Week Special! the founding of the International school friends and they would get the construction ana paving (Home Occupation) for Real by these young leaders In
,., Order of DeMolay. organized Council AgendaThe of 7th Street from 11 Ave.S. Estate; Zone "E" contributing to the welfare and

vent The hunting accident occurred in Proving that fate sometimes has agenda for Wednesday's to Broad Ave. S. (4) Discussion regarding fu. character of other young men of

Wave Reg. $12.50 1919 in Kansas City Mo., and left a hand in many things, on the 9 I I a.m. meeting of City Council c. Correspondence. ture setbacks for construc. this City, thus aiding in the

: $25.00 fatherless a family in which Louis 605th anniversary of the death of 1 Call to order. Reports) tion on the Gulf of Mexico. development and leadership of to.

Lower was a teen-age boy The boy DeMolay, Louis Lower and eight 2 Invocation. a. Building Code Revision 7 Adjourn. morrow.IN .

-All w.... Will M Un.... d... .,vklon" ef MR WILLS, Hair Styliif went to the late Frank S. Land, the of his friends met In Jacques 3 Reading of minutes of pre. Committee. WITNESS WHEREOF, have

and All w.... Ownnt.edFASHIONS 28-year-old director of the Social Land's office and laid the founda.v lous meetings. b. Parks Board. PUBLIC NOTICE set my hand and seal of the City

Service Department of the Scottish tlon of what Is now the Order of 4 Old business: c. Progress report on capital of Naples, on this 12th day of

WILLS HAIR Rite Temple In Kansas City, for a DeMolay.The young boys liked the a. Off-street parking surveyof Improvement program.d. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONTO March, nineteen hundred and
: job and to seek counsel. Idea of FORM A
organizing a club that Fifth Avenue Association Zoning Board of Appeals: WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT sixty four.

,4,17 Fifth A.... I* M' :: a job, for he had been a friend o( guidance that no other organl. Texaco, Inc, 1863 9th St. interested In the following da. Archie Turner, Mayor
J *.. his father's and after frequent Naples pumping station and scribed lands In Collier County,

+ _it J1::: S;J. fwu.P: :>:::,; ':;.::7?:; i>.:::tn:::: I talks with Louis; he realized that zatlon Jacques offered.DeMolay has provided additions to water treatment posed no., re new roof Texaco sign Serv.for pro.Sta. DESCRIPTION OF. LANDS IN THE ATTEST
2.
No.
the boy's predicament was not confined plant PROPOSED COLLIER WATER
a historic heritage for the youth 111 from
c. Agreement with School Application( ) No. MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NO. I Elsie Lehman,
him alone but extendedto
to organization. In the 14th OF GULF
century.at CONTROL
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo M. Galt UNDER City Clerk
Board for water service to
countless other boys whether CORPORATION
the Knights Templar In AMERICAN LAND
grew .
variance of 15 feet front
re ,
they had fathers or not. It pointedout Seagate School. Sections 30 and 31. Township 47
might, prestige and wealth and the Collier
yard setback for proposed South Range 21 Eatt
a need for a new youth organization popularity of the crusades declined, d. Award contract, lot clearing 19th Avenue County Florida.
one that would pro the order incurred the jealousy project No. 7. residence facing Sections' .02. Township, 41 PUBLIC NOTICE
South between 1st St. So. and South RengT 2&Enl CollierCounty !,!

t1p|)e! Spurls 9lnpa I) int. i e KL.. and France enmity of Philip the Fair kingof e. Appointments of Appeals ((2));t Recrea.ZoningBoard Gordon Drive. Sections' .sTlfll. 16. 2' 24. II. REGISTER NOTICE OF.FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO

e. Zoning and Planning Boards 34, 35 and 36. Town.
28 33.
26. 27
Philip ordered the arrest of De tion Board ((1)) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Collier
DUCK VAUDEVILLE 27 Eatt.
South Range
41
No. 63 from ship' ..
I Molay and the other Templars and f. Ordinance establishing fire (1)) Application County, FloridaThe the undersigned" pursuant 10 Fietitiout
SALE TOU'L their properties and riches confis districts. the Moorings of Naples re South leo feet of Section 2*. name statutes, will, rafittarwith
Court of
Clark of Circuit
the
;; : LOVE IT cated. Failing through" torture to I 5! New business rezoning of Parcel "Y", Unit Collier Township, 'County 49 South, Florida I Range. 25(Barren Eatt Collier, County upon receipt, of poof

1 get DeMolay to reveal the Identityof a. Request of city manager to No. 2, The Moorings, from Collier' J',) of publication, of this ad the follow.
: Men's Coats 20% off I ln> fictitious' name:
50 the Northwest corner
Sport other leaders and the locationof "A" Suburban District, to Commencing at ELECTRIC COMPANY'Engaged
negotiate for drainage ease. of Section 35. Township 49 CENTRAL
: supposedly hidden treasures, ments.b. "G-a" Multiple Dwelling South Range 25 Ent Collier In Electrical Contracting,
s. Men's Shirts 20% off thence the business at Immokalaa. Florida.
Sport Philip had him burned at the stake Initial Dlst. County Florida; I.nloo
resolution
: Bring directingPUBLIC Section Sole owner:
said
West line of
: M Paris when DeMolay refused (") Application from Hen. degree! 29 mmutet 20 tecondt Hunter V. Sage

::; Women's Shetland & Cashmere Sweaters YourIFrfends to denounce the Order rietta Sanders, d-b-a Retts Wett 6654St feet for a PLACE OF 'Immokalta, FLAUNTER V, SAGE

,:t. also Bermuda Shorts NOTICEIN Beauty Parlor for city degrees BEGINNING 44 :minutes Thence 20 North9 seconds Mar. IS. tt. tt. Apr. 8. 1964 #M

PUBLIC NOTICEIN ty Parlor, Zone "E" Enl 17} feet, thence South 0 d*. ----
'' OF RECORD
THE CIVIL COURT
seconds West
29 minutes 20 LEGAL NOTICE
; : 20% offs +f h, Tool CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY, .FLORIDA 3 Application from J. Jac. greet 1991 74 feet to the Ettt and Wed NOTICE TO PAVINGCONTRACTORS
j. ; A TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Case No ENTERED 6204J ques Craumer 1260 26U U\ line of said Section, 35: thence
JUDGMENT South 19 degrees 32 minutes' M Saalad bids, will ba received' by
'!i 30 Swim Suits Va"off and less STATE COLLIER OF. COUNTY FLORIDA 20 January FINANCE 1953 Ave. No. for city license seconds West 279 feet, thence the City' Council IrtlO City Hall Naplat
':, Care IN CHANCERY. BISCAYNE North 0 degrees 29 minutes 20 Florida :00 am, ESTon
,< sortGardens No. 2002 CORPORATION PlaintiffLEONARDR. BE A 'FRIEND'TO seconds East 171 feet; thence April I, 1964 for the ton tt ruction
tt MARGIE TAYLOR SMITH North 45 degrees 29 minute 20 of Broad Avanua'South between
t-' 615 Sth Avenue South ;:;: Plaintiff, v. BROWN YOUR LIBRARY seconds East 141,42 feet to the Ith Street and the Bay of Naplat
'. West line of said section 35, thence The following I approximate quanti-
':': At The Entrance to the Piccadilly Pub : ROBERT v.C.' SMITH JR NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Defendant. SALE along said, West Section, line North ties. are involved in the lob:
Defendant PUBLIC NOTICE 0 degrees 29 minutes 20 seconds Paving' 2400 square y.d.Sd.w.lk .
THAT
GIVEN
NOTICE IS HEREBY Enl 111592 feet to the piece of 3SOO square f..1Conc.t.
l. \ NAPLES THE STATE NOTICE OF OF.FLORIDA SUIT TO the undersigned at Sheriff of Collier beginning. being a part of sections, Curb 330 Lineal .FaatDrainaga
'I, : under and by
I :: : ttL.-: ,, !,I ROBERT C. SMITH JRSAL County Florida LEGAL NOTICE 34 and 35 n :' South, Pipe' and Catch Basins'
virtue of a Writ of Execution it' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Range 25 Eat, Collier. County, 159 Lineal Feet
--- Cuitem Drapet wad In above-styled cause the 14th the regular meeting of the Board Florida Collier, Development ... must submit a cathiar't,
r Salisbury ,Straet. day of February 1964. hat leviedupon of County Commissioners on Tuesday Corp') '' the North. check or Bid, Bond In tha amountof
Mocktville North notified CarolinaYou and will oflar for ,tale, and March 17th, 1964. Is postponeduntil west corner 'o'f'"l.c:' n 35. Town.ship : S% of their. propotal
thattint ,
hit ere been hereby filed <_ In a tell. tubiect/ to outstanding lens "'00 AM, Tuesday March 49 South Range 21 East Plant, tpacificationt and bid, forms
ar* You mortgages and/or other encum 24th, Collier County .Florida: Thencealong can ba obtained from the office of
the above entitled dual and you brancet, .If any, to the hiajhatt bidder 1964BOARD OF I the "North line of said section' W. R, Wilson, and Associates, US
Jubilee are hereby, required to serve uponplaintiff's for cith "t the Sheriff Department COUNTY COMMISSIONERSSEAL North 89 degrees 41 minutes: 20 Fifth Avenue South Naples. Florida
attorney whoia name and. Door (main entrance) to the ( ) seconds Enl 32t S2 feet, thence for a deposit of fi 00 (not refundable .
address hereon, written "
appaar your Collier County Courthouse In (Eatt .
Collier, County. Florida South 45 degree 29 minutes 20 ),
detente, If any, to the bill, ofcomplaint Naples. .Florida on the ISth day of .
Margaret T. Scott Clark seconds West 214 69 feet; thence The City, reserves the right to
In said suit copy of which April 1464 at 2:00 P.M. the following By R. W. Baatty South 0 d..'... 29 minutes 20tecondt reject any or all bids, and to make
e I. delivered 10 yoU herawith on 0' described property to wifLott : Wett IU.t feet, thence of
Patent- P the award to the batt interest
before March 31tt A D H4
36 37 40 and 44. Block II 'l.CI.k
March 1 55, #64 South S9 degrees 44 minutes 20 the City.
Herein fall not or decree ejro Mitletto of Naples Park Subdivision, Unit seconds West 175 feet to the Wait V. P WOOD. Jr,
will b. entered against you Number 1 t. according, to the Pl"t LEGAL NOTICE OF line of laid section, 35, thence City ManagerMar
for the relief prayed In the bill of thereof recorded In Plat Book I I. North' 0
PUBLIC HEARING long said Wed line II. IS. 1964 *59
complaint.divor at Pave 106. of the Public Recordt that degrees 29 minutes 20 seconds
the brightspring Th. nature. of said cult being for of Collier County, Florida. Public NOTICE Hearing It 'hereby will given be held on a Enl 664 II feet to the place of

ce.WITNESS hand end the teal I ole 7. and 44. Block 20 at Naples Wednesday April 5. 1964 at 10: 30 beginning, being a part of the
tYr nf Held Court my et Naplet Florid this Pork Subdivision, Unit 2. accord A M., at the City Hell 735 8th North H of the North 4 of the
I7th of February A D 1964MARGARET Ine. tn the Plat thereof recorded In Street South Naples. Florida, by North Vk of Section 35. Township RESTAURANTTAMIAMI
day T SCOTT Plat Book 2. at Pane 107. of the the City, Council for the purpose of 49 South. Range 25 Enl, Collier
of Collier County, County, Florida' (B. Morris '
a Public Records hearina; complaint or objections to 'I.Wi.
Clerk Circuit CourtCLERK'S Florida the following, amendment to the Zoning Section I. 2. 3. >. 10. II. TRAIL
( By SEAL INEZ) MAGILL Dated this 3rd day of March A D? Ordinance of the City of Naplet.Florida 11. 13, 14, 15,2tl'J7 20. 21, 22.
t Clerk 1964 21, 26. 27. 21. West Money MakerOut
+ SHEPPARD Deputy E:. A. DOUG HENDRY Ron, of Section 29.5/0. of Section 31. Township, 49 South.
ANDERSON
madness Attorney for plaintiff I Sheriff of Collier, County, Officers, election, and duties;. Range 21 Ent, Collier County, of country ownerswant

1 P 0. 1 Box. S. 1(10.IS 22.Ft 1964 Myert. FIa.Ms #. 52 Mar,, IS.Florid 22. 29. Apr, I. 1964 #66 holding, meeting paths and, compel officer l attenddance to memInge administer .- 9 Florida.Sectiont' and, 10 J.. 2.Township 3. 4. t,49 ul. SouthRange 7. ul., FAST ACTION!
witnesses public
: minutes or end: records: rules 2East, Collier., County, SEE THIS TODAY

FP'M a LEGAL NOTICE and actions filed and kept ti Florida.Seetlont. Call
record I, 7. II. 19. 30 south of
public State Road S46)) and 31 Town.
Section' 2S, 140 Board of Appeal" shall ship, 48 South Range 28 East G. H. LUFFM
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the reg- The Zoning chairman" vice chair Collier County, :
elect Itt own r't
,
) fix and The West 60 f Section I. 2.2270
ular of the Board of County Com man secretary and thai Eatt.Collier .
i iIL meeting prescribe the duties of each of them Township 49 South Range. 21

l d missioners on Tuesday, March 17th, 1964 is Board All regular of Appeal meeting shell of be the held Zoning on the County West, 100 FloridaAlto feet of SectionS '

postponed until! 9:00: A M., Tuesday, March call month on and the emergency first Tuesday meeting, of shall each East' Township Collier. 49 County South,, Range.FloridaFederici 26.

24th, 1964. be held on cell of the Cheirman, DESCRIPTION( ) OF LANDS IN THE
i The Chairman or In hit absence .F.
f administer PROPOSED COLLIER WATER,
the Vc..Ch.I.n. may MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NO I
\ ki compel the attendance of
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSCollier oaths and
MOT UNDER CONTROL OF GULF
w'ln.' ..... All meetings of the Bardshall
County, Florida b shall. to the minutes public of, The itsproceedings AMERICAN Sections, 25.LAND 26 35 CORPORATION end 36 Town
beep
Board 47 South, Range 27 East
the votes of ship
T. Scott Clerk showing
Margaret Collier County
each member present upon sects : r 02'U.
Section 25. 2* 34. 15
4r \ R W. Clerk question 0' Ir absent 0' failing tovote. ,
By Beatty, Deputy such fact and thallalto and 36. Township 48 South Rente
% dam Indicating .
26 East Collier County Florida.Sections '
(Seal I) keep record of itt oxeminetiont ,
I. 2. 29 30 31 and 32.
official actiontEvery
W \1 March 15 1964 #64J.HJ'II rule and. regulation other or amendmentor Township' 4/ South' Range 27 East
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Collier County, FloridaSectiont
repeal thereof and every order, 5, S.
4. Township 4)
\ i' requirement of the Boerd decision Mal or be determination Immediately South.. Range 26 East Collier
Florida
: the office, of Ih.lo.d. '.n'I
: filed in the. asking that. the foregoing -
and shall be and remain a
,
6.1 S lends b. formed into a water I
public record management district, under Chapter
ARCHI| TURNER M.ycrATTEST HOLLANDSALLEY
61 2037. of the Florida Statutes tt
INDUSTRIALDOMESTIC COMMERCIAL : amended, hat been filed,' In hit of-
Mid Elsie, Lehman, tics, and thai the foregoing 'landswill
City, Clerk be effected by the formation of
Ph MI 2-3696 11175 1 Pine St. Naples, Fla. Mar 55,29.1964 *67LEGAL ud, wear .n..n' district and I I
\ x' end .. '- rendered teble 10 f..hon for the INC. i i9sfgLOts
-- --- NOTICE OF
purpose of paying the eipentet olorganiiation. I
HEARING
Complete Line of + Viet High issssssssss NOTICE PUBLIC It hereby given, that a .. and making and main' !
taming the Improvement the
may
will be held on
Easter Shoes '' Heels Public Hearing 10 be necessary to effect the purpose 850 5th
Yankee's Wednesday. April I. 1964. 'I 00 AVE., S.
LandingAN 735 for which' such District It to be
City Hall.
the
For the Entire Family I o'clock Sth Street.AM South at Naplet' Florida, established hereby and notified you, and to etch of NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture
you are appear
bv the City Council for the purpoteof not less than twenty (20)) days afterthe
EXCITING NEW CO-OP hearina complaint' or objection final notice, hat been published
to the following: for four (4) weekt. and show .
cause
Chesapeake Ave., Oyster Bay I Vacation, ef northerly N..l1h.So'h portion alloy of if any there be why taid, watermanagement
the certain
Block 9. Tier 7, running from tills dittrlct. tt art forth.
m said petition shall not be ettablnhed
QtMcLayer I Avenue South to the interaction' Rugs
Block ,
with the Enl.W..1 alley
Date of first publicationMarch: I,
9 Tier 7 retainine. unto the City 194
; all the utility,"' nihtt therein MARGARET T. SCOTT. Gifts, Accessories
ARCHIE TURNER MayorATTEST
Clerk of the Circuit Court
and d'art
'- ew Etna, Lehman, (SEAL) of Collier County Florida Objets

rt'a41r Sl'r Clerk IS, 29. 1164 ---U Mar, 1 I. ..By 15/l/22 I INEZ 154 MAGILL if51 not to be foundelsewhere


upon layer of sparkling champagne shades to help you .

celebrate the new season. Life Stride fashions the upper in NO JOB TOO BIG e a

OR TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE Visit The FurnisJitd
Jubilee Patent to make sure it \keeps its oparkle.\ TO 00
1 $ I.
it Mode l Apartment At

Since 1919 J

to IIS.OO* KA -- ME.NSRELIABILITY LaTour Rivag By

BEFORE YOU BUY OR RENT COMPARE
Baxter's Shoes H.Uand Salley, Inc.
YANKEE'S LANDING WITH THE REST
MEMBER OF '

Accross from lit Notional Bbnk BURTON BROS. TOM LOGAN PLUMBING AMERICAN INSTITUTE:


. Downtown 5th Avenue 921 3rd Ave., South Phone 2.2128 4(5 Fifth Ire. So. Phone MI J-Z97J or MI 3-4402 OF I
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Sunday March 15, 1964









LOW cssipn Ans ZESTED'; In East Give Somaliland, West AwayIn Vie











Midway 2-2107 MOGADISHU Somalia (AP)

-In this dry and dusty corner

of northeast Africa nations of

East and West are falling over

themselves In a race to five


Announcements 12-Help WantedMan 33-Servlw Offered 45-Trailers For Rent 55-Stores Office 58-Lots For Sale 61 -Income PropertyHOME away The money.United States helps build

Fishing boats. The Russians hit
BUSINESS OR
or woman wanted to do Trailar for rtnt Iptc tl low Office Spae 12 5 19 ft For 'Industrial lo'' on Radio, Road OR REPAIR SHOP back with a fish cannery
PLAZA BEAUTY SAI.ON Ittration, on Mint clothing SEAWALLS rates to rtt rttt and o.. "kO"1. Rant it t5 per mo Coast U Mi E of Airport tonad CIi0O' Two bedioom house enctption

1621 E. Tami'mi" Tr.ilMldwuy tt day only work on our folk* Trt,.itr ipictt IS 00 pt' Colony I Bldg 365 Silt Ass >0 5 300. 12500 with ttrmtTrail ally well furnished on .larga The Russians build a radio
26672 0'."'.... Anly' K.pp' M.n' CONCRETE WOOD ROCK week F Ih,ng. decking Cnn, lot. I block from Trail, Hat transmitter and throw in a
Shoo 752 SIft Av.. So. -
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tgt
Acre Lots 50 5 150 21 t23 CBS ttructurt ideal for printing press. The United
BONITA SPRINGS SPA 31151f Foundation Piles ROCK CREEK II ore building, 20 5 60 loCated 1475 $15 00 'n bal I. (10 per mo- home bueness. 0' repair. shop

announce Man 0' women 10 oo.nals beach TRAILER PARK on 5th Avenue $lOl p"r mo Dick Hill Broker Only 111.500. Atk tho man States follows up this month
hick bar for gulf front apt*. Docks Mooring Whips Call Wttlty Downing Rt.ltir at Imperial I with three DC3 aircraft to tormSomalia'
,
Charm and Reducing Clanei 6:30: I pm. Call Ml 2 1511 for Rear el A"rport MI 2 1179 lll2..lIf Ottict at the Hilhoute, Co. IMPERIAL PROPERTIES I

forming now. (Adult or 3113.15 SAOCN Automatic drydockt 2'13tftth Ml I 2 4303 219 9th St. So 2 2171 first airline.

Teens claiiei) Call WYm.n Plied qualifitd ..1.. halp to 57-Houses For Sale 3/15 The six Common Market na
Loll -N.pl.--p -t.m:
ABBOTT 47-TraiUr Lots For Sale *
6 ttitt In hfepmg tbrtat of 'h.m.ny Tern lions sent a hospital equippedin
Bomta Srr'ngi. Fla. low *t tlO |I IO monthMl
.t ?801. opportunit, per
WILLS HAIR FASHIONSAll thtmttlvt*. Must b.presentIng crtatlvt rtadio Road Lot Kelly\ attrtctiva Mobile "BRAND NEW"WATEAfRONT 24665 doOr""M 27440 Evenmgt Waterfront Property every detail. For two years it

branch b..uty ttrvlct Long hour, herd work Tom 1.1041 2.UU 2 .IS Nom tit*. landtctpad wall and HOME 3 bloch Ml 22344 WATlkf ONT DREAM has stood deserted for lack of

417 5th A".. So. McBridt. Rttltor, 532 Park St. VIC'' SHOE REPAIR Com pump septic tank fane on from beach 2 Bedrooms and 2 3/UHIht ph) slclans and nurses to staff
e MI 2 7431 So 1/ltf pltt Shot Service Dyeing, and one da mutt b* sq.n"to b* toSracitttd : Bath Saatonal' ranttl Will, Cleared lot 7\ l ISO on widt OVERLOOKSDOCTOR
; it.
12075 G LUFF canal' bidet Shorat Full
3I1.5t380ltsMotors.Accel. refinishing 12} 5th Ave SoNeoltt rtnt for minimum of 1 month price PASS
... 421 tin St NoMldwty JiV.. DYCHES REALTOR SJ9 0.) 1100 dn MO per mo One of THE MOORINGS fnattwatarfront SOllth of the capital U.s. aid
13-Help Want. Female 2 227043ApIs.
lott Ptrttct site,
1144 3rd ST. SOUTH 4-50 i 110 lots on St Rd 151Thomaion for Florida. home is building a dwp-water port.

Girl" to perform' counts and 38-Autos For Sale For Rent M'' "4" MOO Drive E lit Naples. you The Russians are building
liD
3t ea dn {10
,. par mo J. W DYCHES. REALTOR
dryclttnmg dut Neither
Apply InExptnancad Owner Ml I 7 09I ""*. another to the north.
For Salt: 16 ft. Damali built pinion at P'lth.,5. L.undy..6(5t1 61 Falcon 4 dr Wagon 1295 PINE' RIDGE ESTATE Sloe 3rd St South area has a single industry.
FOR SEASONAL RENTALSCall
Ml I 22452
1 bdrm 2 bath houtt Fit room
IChrytlar 61 Ford Ranch Won 1299
145 H P.
Boat .tr..tlt
froth wtttr cooltd 12 Oil XL 500 1995 I Annatt o.C' Wine Rtalty overlooking large lawn and A nice high LOT 'In Naples 3/15 West Germany builds a tech.
: : wiltress" wantad at t2i Ith St Ml 7.55153itt laka Enptntiva. landscaping in Park near Vanderbilt, D.."..
Teak dtckt Loadtd with xtrot. BaronEt Rtttturint Apply In 61 Rambler Wagon Air" 1095 WATERFRONT Shell school. The Russians build
E. urn.r & Son. I ncMldw.y ptrton j/sif 60 Chtv 2 d,. 995 -- clud" palm. Citrus, tropical, Has well on premises, Owner it CONDOMINIUM I I
2 2255 60 Optl Wagon 795 EBB TIDE --rfs t,... end .tIub. Sprinkler. sys' vary ill. will till for $750 cath 1250 SQ ft 2 bdrm. GardanApartment a technical sc'hiil. The United
E.p..nc.d third rester.Mani.' 59 Chtv. 4 dr, 79S tern. wall 'IS wall carpeting ,in Sat Th tl CARIBBEAN REALTY usurious apoointmantt States a teacher. rainingcollege.
SPECIAL cur'st .1..0 Municunist Fo on. 5* Chtv, Wagon 795 Wttkly Monthly Season living, '00"'. droperiet.. New 3750 No Tamiaiml, Trail. III 000 will, finanr*. P. opens
0' the most luxurious ''isortsStartinU 67 PontiaC Wagon 450 Modern furnished tfliciancia, Hotpont washer, refniguralor. Midway 2 SI55 O Hoi lea or Ph. 7 3931. .

19 ft fttwrtlaaa "Crosby- date can b. 5,...n..dfor 62 Eeonolm" Pick, Up 1395 A bedroom apttKtlly and deeplreezo l.undy room.central Lot. Stbal' Sho,... Convanitnl I l/t thitfNorthern Italy provides airline staff and
40 HP seasonal I wonk.ns S.nd 3/12,13 15Silttmtn Rd. E Napltt tI..t. Complete' privacy
run about twin .n.o.hot G M P. B. 111. Hot 1/1222 without itolation, Just S27 500 Location Pnca t'95 1150 here is an oopotunty to Own silslcltzes the economy by pay.
Sp..n. 3IISstthtfqting. : Paul Graham. Tom dn David C Jones. Realtor, Jbl5th an entire island in on. of the
Johnson motor with only Vor"ni. for this dittinclivt proptrtvCARIBBEAN tnaiket\ for
the price
Pttlt. Elton Otvidton Lauren FOR RENT. BY WEEK OR .: REALTY 1750 NTrtil A"'el; MI, ? 3IS2 most ou.hl slIer areas of the Ing over

IS hrsv aloes new. 2 18sL at Mtiva olficitnt, ttcrtlary Blue' .{ill bring your choice MONTH. 2 BEDROOM APART. MI 21155) For Sal' Wooded Lot nttrShadowlawn Hemisphere Located Somali bananas. Red China
for smell office. Mutt to you Call Ml 2 5154 MENT IN LOVELY SECTIONOF ., School ,lust thrtt mi,' .t trout NorthtrnEleuthert
aIr. In with
water
Unka. control know horthand 11I5.thll! city late on the scene, chips
r pi and op.rat.l.ctrlc COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS NAPLES OFF THE
JUST IsLands
.".,I.bl.. Easy T.,,,,.. Call in the Bihama
etc. wheel "Rocket" trailer typtwnttr Stnd rt* Your Fr.trMERCURY FORD. BEACH CALL MI 2 6192 3 btdro-omt 2 bttht I IN bloc k. Mld..y 2 1192 0' sam your this, island it surrounded $3 million to balance the annual

urns County tt News.Box 1737 YY Coll.tr N COMETOccur_ 3 lit I to bttch On Ctntral A".. 111 bo.., by protective, reed' thus at budget alld promises $17 millionfor
complete package jjmi Shorty Apt.0"; available,. 500 Hat daluie living room fording, ona ol the mot batuti,
Te itttl' Citate Lot II. BlockK still to be decided.
Woman Florida. combination, with ful beaches and harbors ptojects
11895. See at 1660 Murex to do light houteworkand by month or yaar at yaarlyrattt room Pine Ridia, Ettention baihing
cook 1 mist'. 1 hours Only" Q W. Used Cart Ml 23691. J/6U fireplace. .c.n.d porch and CARIBBEAN REALTY: 1750 known. this island has t. On the receiving end of this
Drive, or call Bill Tucker or 1 hour 1 day a wttk Ph 12 Mo. Warranty on that cent enclosed garage Alto 'Included son fresh walar supply and
Ml 24104 after 5pm. tf Kitche",". Apt. Call MI .4112.. drapad and No Trail, Ml 21155 2/lltf would b. ideal So' .n ueluSl' bounty are probably 2Vi million

Midway 2-4296 Excellent 1962 Chevy 2 Nova 2 0,. 3/3 McBride. ..Itpn"'hT; St not d..IOp""t Price and pet haps 4 million handsome
'
Burl Ftmala counter halp over II 1495.00 Ellici snout. D. .. : ; So Ml 26144 2/lltf 112500000 1/11
.
I.nCt.'Id\.c:: :: : :: | ; 59 fiercely proud and patriotic people
Tua* Frl, Set. averting' Mutt 1961 Moinlh. (IRIS I MOTEL), MI -Acreage W Hoy Smith Realtor
b. able to ", .k. changa. Apply Automatic Tram 1195 00 2 7302 or Ml 21155 SEASONAL RENT BEATER I nl SIN' Ave So MI 7 2)71II ) most of them nomads whonever
YACHT BROKERAGE In person at CarouaT Drlvt 1961 Chevrolet' BitcaynaSt bedroom house on Frank Whitman lit Acr Camp Site |m CASH! 6 1'f'ANKEE'S/' still enough to
I In 3/'" Wag Low Miles, Modern.u I bed sow snlunnished I''H" acres I milt from GoldenGate stay long
North tl 500
Complttt Ntplt Littinit Blvd Napltt
APARTMENT with '
Completeknchsis I mill north of propottdFt LANDING Lie l counted.
Standard 139500
Flnt Inboard Beats From 20 and will know where
Near beech you you
.nd shii'
Bob Martin MI2.1757 14-Help Wanted Male 1960 Falcon Stdan ping. BY SEASON OR YEA: can spend nest winter cemlsrt'ably Abtolutaly. Laudardal lIne finatt road 1191 mvattmant CASH Coop At exciting, new waterfront Their\ republic was formed in
on Chesapeake Ave.
Rail Chin SOS 00
Brunk.Smth CtI".C.ft Satin bee this before head
395 So M'' you
9thAye 2.99)1 of former
ISIS Buick Sadan back lo the Iroian North CA speculation In Collier County Oytttr' Bay From 1/500 teIII LOGO by a meiger
SPORTS FISHERMAN ASS'T SALES MANAGER New Tires. Runt Good 495.00 Furnished bedroom, tptrtmtnt RIBBEAN REALTY )7iO No. .rhQ H V.fFNO N. E. Brokr ) .000. Sea it today or call British and Italian protector
21 Ft. Ulrtckaon' flying bridia. Above .".,... aarnmg, with 1957 Olds Stdan hunt lo"mR 'room kitchen Trail Ml 2.6)55.) 2/21tttf :Ith .: MtdweyI Kurt on Brot I 2121 Alter hour*
225 Gray Marina alttp thrttcompltta Idaal working condition, await, Automatic, Good tran. 495.00 t bath Ml 2-3691 "2 !170 2.1324 /5tf ales They sham a burning tractof

with tithing chair a good administrator, Mutt bt 1960 Ford St. Wagon 4 BR. Z BATH CBS HOME 71 ACRESWAn- ;" T140 :"ever bush and desert with millionsof
,.. DON T BUY"" RENT With II X 30 ft. Florida Room
sod othar .t Top 1 OPS.00
many ibis to clots and work affactivaly Low Miles. Clean SUN Acres on Ittt Highway mile
water camels.
UNTIL YOU SEEYANKEE'S larga tcrtantdbtdroom petio master on tcctttto one-humped
,
condition. 14950 00 Call Burton with salesmen 'In 1951 Chevrolet SedenS Inaction
.
growing LANDING and condi 160 ft road frontaga Gulf can show by ....p.B..utful .
bath
Bret 2 2121 Naples Reel Estate Company Cyl. Reel Buy 195.00 air 21 Township, 41 South Ninety per cent are Illiterate.All .
\
Eicit n.. unutull fltrtntl A toned; utility, room 2 car carport ground 1412 par
specializing In quality ho", ... 1959 Pontiac St. Wa(. wtttrfront Co op on Crttitprtk* city, ..w.,.... will and Bangs 21 E Only |12.600 with. acre. Terms CARIBBEAN those who live in the desert
for Sala: II ft. ThondtrbirdComplttt Submit resume to box 1737 AA All Power 119500 good ttrmt Batt Buy CARIBBEAN REALTY: 1750 N. Trail., Ml
AvC in Oytttr Bay Sr it for sprinkling. 0 E. stove
with 2 Johnton outboard Collier County 1'1.' ..*. 3111.tI 1951 Ford Con".rtbl.Auto".t'c. today or call Surton $rCs and pump rtfng All rugs and drapa, REALTY 1750 N. Tarn 2 SIll. tf* would feel Impioperly dressed

*_- In wtttr Ittt than Iysa Youn. mm wanted for Lift VI 495 00 1l12. Alter' hour 7 )1) 1/ill some furniture; TV. cable, gas laml' Trail, Mldway I "W.i.if without a gun.
Conv VSFloor
list than half pnicelloll 1957 Ford
Ith St.. So. Guard ooition. and ovartimt, Stick, Shift 395.00 Ownar studio afflclancy Air haat ONLY $15500 Loctttd at Vt acre 00 dn and Next to foreign aid, the camelis
2/21H Apply In person between t.10m USED TRUCKS condo & halt Compl. furnished 1151 I 7th A"... No. Call Bill, 15 00 par mo no mtaraat 1350 65-Gen. Real Estate benefactor
5 *t Port Roytl Batch Club. 1961 Chevrolet U T Dtyt Stonacraft Aptt 3950 14th Tucker. Mldwty 2 6056 tf One mite from Goldtn Gate Somalia's greatest

32FTiiR: S CRAFT 3IIUf Flttttidt A.I I Cond 119500 St No. Ml 2.2792 or Ml 2.4555. >. O. 'M-: 'Peace-of -mnd-I. City, Collitr County Real Es.hIs OWNEft TRANSFERRED providing milk as the nomad's

COMMANDER HELP WANTED 1959 Chtvroltt HTFlttttidt l/15tf" _ whit you buy with, thIS 4 bad 2/lltlwth Ml 7.3959. Open Sunday 1 bedrooms. 2 batht Comm lot staple diet and transport when
L.eding Qu."ty end espsnding, Complttt l'urnislipd .f'-'c.ncy.' Inquire ai room. 2 bath CBS homa Com __ Near schools Fine family low.
1958 MODEL home buildins, o.n"ton, Reconditioned 195 00 Spotlpot Marine, CnaytonCove. ploialy' furniahad" Including dith For trailar or homttlta. over horn*. the grazing gets
needs 0 ,natun.a productive 1959 Chtvroltt UT Pickup MI 2.3153. 1/II.It washer, washing machmattova 1 icra tracts. 2V.. acr I acre Mogadishu the capital Is a
OWNER WANTS ,
305 HOURS ON ENGINE EXCELLENT salesmen with 0 view toward LWB. Compltttly ,.f.. carport lara utlll tract with, alactrlcity' and TO SELL thit of Us
CONDITION I KW. 195 00 Furnished Efficiencies. 11:1: 0" CUSTOM BUILT' 2 bedroom sprawling city 80,000,
the futu,.. E.C.II.nt working, Reconditioned ty room. solar tcraarutd walk road Othar big acraaga trqcts.
110 GENERATOR RAYTHEON March ISO per sip thereafl.r.Tb. : I "*' bath homa on 100 H 135 Moorish buildings Interspersedby
condition, Contact Fred Pauly beautifully" landscaped ground 120 dn 120 par mo and upColllar
DEPTH FINDER AND SHIP Michigan Homa Mooring Line INGRAM CHEVROLET, Ine DUPREE APTS 2911Francia garden tools. city, wtttr, and County Real Etlat' Ml lot North Napla locttion tombs of Moslem holy
TO SHORE RADIO. A REAL Drlva The Mooring; of Naples.3l1.tf 130 Ninth St. ..,.. Ml 2.5105 Av*. So.. E Naplat (off ..w..*. Clot to school and 2 3919 Open Sunday EXTRA INCOME may be your mt'n.
BARGAIN. CALL Ml 22122 Napltt. Fla Jhtdowltwn Drive) 1/ltf thopp.ng. Immadiate, potttttion 2/Self wths from thIS 2 bedroom I btth like small square houses topped

1/etf 1/13.15.17 For. appt' call I CARIBBEAN homo plus GUEST COTTAGE in with onion domes
I
NEED PART TIME MEN WHO REALTY 1750 N Trail; incident location Both .
corn.plel.ly
FLARE boat now tola directWholtttlt i9 'Two Door Mercury VICuilom Five ecre t.ch 6 miles from
national
prlept to 23Flar '. COULD USE AN EXTRA $40 Good running cOndition 49-Houses For Rent Ml 26155 "19Iw. city llmitt High end dI.land funl.h.d-THE PRICE The republic's first

Flbergla** 1'. Co, 70 23115\A WEEK PHONE 3HfLils MI food Since. hat 64 ta|. j bdrm. 1 batn"h homa. TJOT-from road to much tract $555 per .IS RIGHT!) elections are due in May and

La>t)land. Idoal- knocll about aaaond c.,. beach Central heating, and air bcr. Marlowe. and Beck Raaltort Contact: Mogadishu Is a ferment of talk.
27 Chri*.Craft Twin Scraw 4pk 'weeJ''twi.milk : 1265 00 Can ba amen at 605 RENTALSHOUSES condo Marlowe and Back Real- 4IJ SIll Ave SO. Ml 2 1221 'Lucille Oil Leah Brown
I Year around work InKlwt'r .is the So.
Rte rtflnlthtd Excap condo Orchid Drive.40Autos 3/15 I tort 417 5th Ave So Ml 2 6221Mhtf 2/11.Iftt The party
City banafit. Apply RacraationDtpt Virgil Marcum Bob Jtegtr
Full ctnva depth find., prlvata or call Ml I 13650 3/12H !/ 1 Acre Tract on black lop road mall Youth League. As alwaysIn
I htad Corn pi. adulp! 13950BRUNK APARTMENTSFURNISHED. We tiM-complrla t,i-oo'di 12750 with Tarmt CARIBBEAN DEWEY POLLY African politics, the term
I .SMITH. Ml 23757. Want man to clean golf club Repairs Parts on all 'lands advtrtit'd, in this REALTY: 3750 N. Tarn
3/11.15 for two month MI See u* for your abttrtclt youth covers anyone who can
ptnor UNFURNISHED. papor 'laml 1 Trail, Midway 211552l6lftw ) REALTY .
I 04747.. Titla Co of Nupltt
15' Thundtrbird 35 hp Mtr YEAR. nASON. walk.
curl all oltctric with itntrator. ALL CREDIT CARDS OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 99 Ith St. NBEACHFRONT It II a nationalist party maln\. .
I tingle lenin control ,.. at Bud Available J. W. DYCHES. REALTOR A3 BR homes on Sills A".. IOMETHIN4 DIFFERENT IN MI 24136
H.,.use' FISh Camp or call Ml 16-Help Honored AtJIM'S So. between Ith 4 Silt Stt ACREAGE 5- ly dedicated, as all Somali
1/11.12.11.15 priced from IU l <00 to 117500. LOT of
.1-20'0. must I* to the cause
1)44) 3rd ST. NOW I tract locatedtl parties ,
so. rre
RFTIRFD COUPLE DFVRE: *. SUNOCO WILLIAM B. STONE. INC Studded with tropical tree. e
I I ivr.IN POSITION A* APARTMENT MI 22452 Buildtr I o"a mile, from US. 41n beautiful" building .,t.. 200dtip a greater Somalia. The main op

Business Opps. MANAGERS OR CARE. 3/8lf 60 Tenth St No __ MI 2-573I > .. on 10 lit properly with Full price: ".100. GoodTermt position Is the Somali National
Mufflers ,..
TAKFR D'ONIFIED' '' AND Lifetime A' An''I. ,"..".*. trn hniittf I btdroom'' i ,0. owl' iif aid comp .t .
'TEXACO. LEASE. RFLIARLE: WRITE COUPLE >_.. of telephone offict, Fur Hon IVt secensislsu baths Living, Iw rosin. Diningroom ig.<. INC. FOR
I MODERN 1 BAY SERVICE Roll '15. NAPLES. FLA. Naples, Fla. ni.h.d' rottf. twin badt clone kitchen Ipltnty of cab further 05 Fuil nlormjl puce. SIPS contact f. Between Tam.aml Trail A Gulf and advocating gradualism in
:
,..
In. .on"bl. Nest of
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID 3/15 41 season nell Family room lair condl. T with creak running through thoproperty to extend national fron
3/S St. I Iwth D Jont! Enlerprit" Inc seeking
or by watk Ed 4 3193IIt It
Will
clo..1 divide 'In I acre
Florida sloragi
room
TBAININQ PROGRAM AND For your odd job ttt Walter.SI Mlltwaj 2 il52 P 0 Bee I'l,
H 17 left stands
I ASSISTANCE' 10th Av*. So JtIZ.5t wisher S dec waler. heat.er Napes' Fl.'IIncome. tract 1600 par acre, Good tiers. On the extreme
I AV'tA'EJ.Ac'o' DON Modern two bedroom home with carport with storage closet' T""''. the Somali Democratic Union,
ABERNATHY TEXACO INC. 41 -Trucks Tractors lara: Florida room Nicely fur and T.'.... House IS 01 LIE lED O"'D' REALTY
Ed 7-4122. 2/20tf I 23-Mi. For Sal. nlthad Only |75 ptr month to CBS con.trucI'O". Terralle Property W""ft*, Fl I.. heavily plugging the benefits of

you can fat a Duahfiad tanantt Phone 2.2151. floors. electric wall hoeters. > Soviet aid.Building.
gtlOr9J'n truckfor 1/13 tf Elaelric ra".. and rtlm. in.lud.d 1/10.11 .. ,
MAPS pickup" 'Illness compel to till
mi my
'SMALL MOTEL APTS.-NEAR '1799. See Q. H. LUFF The Lot i* 70 X 150
,
only .
City, County Topo BEAUTIFUL'HOME ON'THEGULF 7 apt building with fiirnishIoes.S. :
BEACH HAS EVERYTHING LUFF GMC. INC., 421 9th St complete with, tprmkltr IY' 67-Apts. For Sal Ie
XEROX Copying Instantly To rant for winttrotaton .. any day at 312 7th Ava So. Week
OWNER BUILDING I I.ARGER No. temporary location t."' .. trees and shrubs Mailbe
CAPLES BLUEPRINTING 196415. 1 btdroomt 1bttht 1/3H
MOTEL. EXCELLENT IN. b. .o'.C.I.d -
to
sacs
COMB Ml 27521. 611 5th Av*. So. Ml I 22152 3/15UH South and mist tcraanad Location, few blockt from 2 bedroom apt on Gulf neat In City CountyOn
2/20tft1h 3/lltf porches Open tarraca facing beech at 4V 3rd Aol No. For Sal'. Beautiful 25 Room Bttth Club Hottl New' rtfrigtr.alar ,
TRUCKS beach. .apar serum S'S sousewith Hotel Dining' Room. Lounge Draaet .
uulilul cultom *004 K unn under 119000 Phone Ml 24114 included Far appt.
For Salt Btautiful, 25 Room cabn.I. Nevir used low prie 2 '00"" Beautifully I.nd. Beverage Licantt Included call The Slow SideIt
Hotel Dining' Room. Lounge ed Immediet, d.lov.y. MlJIOtf Your Choice $29500 soaped and unobstructed view' YANKEE LANDINGAn 1150.00000 Terms / Utlu71U.
Bevoraaje Lictntt' Included 2 6055 to lake on back 01 propsrty exciting new waterfront Consult your local BrokarItlandar fairly slow weekat
115000000 Terms ReSuming North would Iihe Co.op on Chatapttkt Aye was a
Consult your local Broker I 3/4 T. Ch.... Ponel Truck to how house btfor IttvingSt Oytltr Bay From 17500 to Apartmantt. Clot 10 CLASSIFIED DISPLAYWANTED the Naples and the Collier

26-Personal 1 T. Ford Ponel Truck your agent lit.000. ... It today or fall each.. and shopping, Ownar III. with the
County building offices
ALL IN RUNNING 1/1S.17 Burton Brot 2.2121. After hour* good I""'.. Mtrlowt and Beck ,

7-Dogs a Gets Pets RUBBER STAMPS that CONDITION WITH Modern two bedroom homt withlara.i 2.3124. l/5tt Hiertort, 417 61 h Ave '.. MI combined total going just over

Florida room Nicely' fur OORDR LARGE fO.T EI. 2622I_ 100000.
PLATES
make 1964 LICENSE
Black limits, pood It. Ptdirttd a good Impreinon. nithad Only 1/5 p.r month to NFR LOT HOME 4 DRMSt : In the city Building Official
AKC, R... 1135.00. MI 24754. Any aiie. Quick Mmei. I Qualified' tanantt Phone I 21511V11 BATHS: I IlL FROM BEACH Centrally locatad laundry and ,
$295.00 .
Your Choice dorm building" ilh
Collier If'i.Infurnshed Call.. Ml 614J. adjoining Dert Plnkston signed 10 per.
County NEWS.
J/U.II.17 Income Marlowe end MackRaaltar
Reglttorad' Minitturt Schnauzer FURNITURE FAIR House For Riot *, 4IIth Av*. So Ml mlts amounting to 561.734.
puppiat Call Ml ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSMan Cell Ml 2.2990. 2/27th I bdrm furnished with, furnlthad 2 6221 If.'f.K'NGSTON Lot Keywadin County official Carl Clemmer
.WI.MI: Woman with drinkIngpiobteme. NO. TRAIL42M.chlnery guilt house In btck Will,
2-4303 two .
3/15. Two b.lh. btdroom nouttunfurnithtd .
Cell Ml 2 2770 Ne t. I with, the tvctptionof pay for Itttlf at 14000 1400 dnt50 APARTMENTS' Issued seven permits represent.Ing

Tjatchund "pupt ARC Rig I met Tuesdays and Friday I IIp lese and rafngtrttor. Annual par mo."JJacm NEW II unit, apartmant located Island or $44,148 In new construction.

wtak. malt and '.", al.... m Cttteg First. BaptitlChore Equip. ItttaI CBS Hout 2 bdrmtIW on Gulf Share Drlva Marlowa Largest permit of the week was
*
Champ ttoc. Immtdiat d. I bath.thres bedroom ion... bttht cerport and utility, and Beck Realtors, 417 5th Avt
livory 175 MI 26115 1/12 Mountain, cabin' Ntw Locattd unfurnished with, thm ..p"on room Beautifully landtctoad !o. MI 2-6221 1/ltft water front for a $21,000 residence being

In city limitt of QatlmburgTanntttta GROCERY STORE of c..ts. c..rt.n. stove end Ml 24191 /IM. built by Michigan ConstructionCo.

on the Smokv Mountain EQUIPMENTEvtrythmf reln.en.Sor Annu..1 HARKAII3S I.... -bd m. "furmhtd on *"i acra No taiatl, That. what you Can for Virgil Batcher at 500
9FlowersPlants.SeedsCLASSIFIED National Park bordar City WATKINS t have .h.n you purchase po"
for City watar available
you need a Top mvtttmant acreage
5th Av*. So. Tel Ml 2 5411 Hibiscus Road. Michigan alsoIs
water. sewer ga.. Sacrificafurnithtd grocery or sundry store at IAM arty at Quaen Bahama Island
17.000. Alto l I.r..t lotama 3/S Uti RUTH ANDERSON BrokerOppotita w. have for tile, several. goodresidential building an $18,500 house at
Coconut trttt to 12 ft 7Sc 11 ft. Hutaman Dairy Display
4 S of wood S22 50Ovoa location' with smell bunk YEARLY: RENTAL courihoutt' on E Tra,1MI and commercial lois Also interestedIn 1900 Road John Sat.
pin ft to ft house for only S1500 Phone I Cast 10 ft. Morton Matt C... 2 2154 or Ml 2 3117 at Quatn Cave el prtdtvelop Crayton for
I ft of wood 127.50 8t* 2.2151 for mora 'Information and I ft. Warren Meat. Cttt UNFURNISHED 1 bdrm. IM illS mint price This IS a once.n. Urfleld.

John Pulling, Napltt Rail Lilet. ,Ictu, ,.*. 1/Iltf I I ft. Sewage Frozen Case bath ,....d..c.. 110 par mo. a lifetime opoprtunity, to participata '
Frank Nelson contracted with
Loch.. Inc. 864 Kb Ave.So. J. W. DYCHES MOORINGS DELIGHTA ,in this axclutive' tat f,.. purchasingfrom
MI 20133.3lIthe I Sill Hill, Walkie, Boa -. 14' 1144 Ird n *o. nice I bedroom 2 tile bath aria of Quatn Cove. Frttporlpncat builder Cecil Tuell for additions
Band Saw National Q. idtr Ml 22452 homa Carpeting throughout Grand Sahame I..nd' Lot

_______________________ Professional Service Toledo Ten iier 30Mtat i15COMMERCIAL _ _ living' room dining area. ha I It tttrl. at 17..495 00 with owner costing $9,450 at Nelson's rl..Idenc. .
get I and one badroom Completelyair
Block 2 Toltdo Scalt ; good term 1/141 at 138 North Lake Drive.
'witlia BLDG With or conditioned' and heated Oil
Incamt Tao Returns prtptrtc AlW Root Bttr Machma without" aparlmtnl 'In rttrRtatontbla p.5.1.I and dishwasher, Paved W Roy Smith Realtor Brunk.5mlth Chris Craft plans
RESOI by Mae Wttton former tee 2.2555. 1/Htl 7S7 Ith Ava So.. Ml 2 2175 CooperativeApartment.
? conkultanl lor Little River' Tai complete 11650 delivered driveway to carport and ston.age )It 4. 3/1 to have an $8,400 covered boat
Nice screened In
,o lowcosl Strv.c* of Miami Call Midway THE MILHOUSE CO. porch room and tod did 'lawn. Par slip built by Marathon Dredging

I 22'0 for appo.Mmant Slew Dick, Hill S4-Tf.de or Sell lially landtcapad ..... Ml 24104 Want la eel. 10.%... Lit ut show Corp. on Brunk-Smlth's bayfront

AD art Reel Etlata OILet. 471 KrSi Radio, Rd MI 24103 ,ft.r I p m. No 11_.rt pltttaad you the pottibiliti' on th... 2oupleutt property.
WANT N1| altarnoon or comings in North Napla AI
7/11 1644Mobile Napia Bowling Slock, for acre 1 bdm. fu'n..d willS furnisl.. In the
most 100%. occupancy rate All county John Combs Is
Lot Mongaitt etc guest house in back Will
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DISPLAY I '- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Homes ai H 'LUFF: R E maker:' 411 pay for 'itttlf at 14000 |400 dn. III lour 1.100.unit, B*urnithid a landlord Atkmg not|last a building a $12,480 residence at

till SI Na Midway I 2771Lavtly 150 per mo tenant CARIBBEAN REALTY Naples Manor Lakes subdlvl.slon .
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RUTH ANDERSON' Broker
I Furnished Trailer, ftncttf withlandtcaping pint Rid.a I a.4>-*emHoma Opposite Courthouse on E: Trail, 3750 N Trail, Ml 2 1151 Reply to on the east Tamiaml Trail.
for
1 T V anttnnaII Homa will aichang}7I *Contact downtown O.M Ml 22654 er Ml 23167 22llltlSacrifca Allco Land Development Co. Is
500 Tarmt See th,t Mob,/'< LUFF R roB 1/15 tile" 51 a 16 Com.mtraial Box 1737-XX
Homt today1 tt Like Kelly 910 St No Mldwtv 2 2271 ill bid* on' 41 at Palm building a house for $8,800 at
G H LUFF 421 SlIt $1. No. Rivar" 130 ',ont '10' d..,.. 150 the Corkscrew settlement. Otis
2 2270 W.II trade acreage rrtt Tnd 58-Lots For 5.Ieu' .
Midway on watar Will accept any raat Collier County
ENfAL SPiGIlLniirreJ 2/lM'i clear for II wide, trtiltr Cat enable' effar. Call owner NI2llwsif H. Smith Is having an $8,240
: lien County Real Cttatt. Ml'
1964 TITAN 14200 5 100 Homatitt I bloch 24161 residence constructed at lien.
2 It" Op.n Sundays to bitch Ith St No |4.500 News
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I 10' m II Mobile Horn 2 bad 3/Il wsII de non Creek Estates, near
Tens McB'd.. "'Realtor .JI H.Mr. AND INCOME
roo", .. IVt'" bath Occupied only
Moern1 ': ""IM r ,b !IV.'lut.; one month. Lot 163 Naples Park St '0. Ml 26144 2/lltf hoe or "' .....1 4 unit, w.font Belle Meade.

Land Yacht Harbor. Ml 2 7422 55-Stofes Office Outinali toSs on 51h No G..d' Ap..nt. that war James Patton Is building a

ipartment ;;'i br.s 1/12.13.1' Jutt off Trail, at |l5o"fr ft .n bu illS .with sat will end. foot addition to
: : l': I.n IsV US 0110 tacelient : big 800-square

monthly ...iummettytlrtt, .; ,, ';" .:.;,;!:;:< ; :i.' I Everyone Read Th. JSESMaylloweifE So.Corner at Ith tlore St for S*rent 2.400 lilt M Ave ft TRAIL' FRONTAGE near OtIs Bros Inescine 921) Id Contact Ave So a.MI., his place of business at Trail

s ' ; : :: will divide 4 decorate tauit Aye No at 1100 fr ft toil Center In the eastern county.
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: Ml BOYD Broker
.. : : : : ...:. .:<: : : { -: j 2 4150 tarianl Gulf" N.alfy 4/2)ifs !*.?."'? SI. No. Ml 2 5151 free and The project will cost $8,400. AtImmokalee
l Sth." WIllrade acreage
''SALE. ''SPECIALi.'i, ';/ :.,;., :{ Tamiaml Trail Stortt For RtntCommarcial clear for 10' wide, trailer' Col" Royals Department
or Proftttiontlfor PORT' ROYAL Lot a 122 Gal .liar County Reel Ettate. Ml Ron* Is building a SO-square
; fl5 per mo ... G H leon Drive, For Sale or Trade 2.3U9 Open 'und./ I r
and Sam
addition for
J.'S J :: ;W ) Luff, R. E: Broktr 421 Sib Write 0 J. Htrbtrt 2 UO Pott i/I .wtif" I foot $6,000,

.. '",.r .f.'H : 'II1UC1I1OY111SJ\ No' Midway 1.210S.rvlces Road D....". Conn Heath Is constructing a $1,728

t LOllI -. -' office addition.
'f. ."b ..Mi'Y. !, -I' t{:
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_( _).. ._ 'tr.I. tion:oJ,,'.: $J 'I : :' .;>I (. Offered I Services Offered rULTON, Ky. (AP) Every
dty. ________________ ________ ,, specietly.dmigeid -
l club
: (. =:: = I ytar I civic presents an
.. ; '.f AWeddeC.wwi NU WAY SPRAY CO Spray Rip-Rap Seawallsand
; J with interlock for I RENTALS sward for safe driving to a teenager
_t p _. u_ Painting
:'. : ,r : ; I gravel roofs our sp.clalty.FREE = Rock Groins f fCrtotott in both Fulton, Ky., and
: ;; Cal esc hC.IaIOII I ESTIMATES Licanttd Rollaway" A Baby lad k
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(: ,. .. : ;.; .: I & Invurad Art Schwlttit. Midway Screened Crib HI,Chain seawalls da k.. n South Fulton Term.
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.11'I, \\yYf.,;; .; ".{,..&I(21'(... u ., S 1":...! .:.;,j. I ti< :;' I PuN Avpr Marai en -Cadet I l01I,.>*Ctt dMl I iTtltphona alto ;;small;and ractptionltt answering off,ea with servIce ttrvict..grItpace I I end ether Stroller"need. Porta.Crlbe for unsopsotedluiste MARATHONDREDGING two ending communities In his nomination was slow and In

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I4M1 CO. caked why.
I Call 24111I was
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'Fifth. lt Delivery A pick up ttrvlee Draglineand
A.ecws Bed I ;ic's Dredge,
M 24855 SHOE REPAIR Com .
65 Ave. So, .. I poole Shoe iIroiCe Dyeing anrafinHhing Dozier Work he explained, "but we can't |lve
THE MILHOUSE' CO. CAREFUL PLEASE
: 125 Ills Ave. So. Road MI 2-432.1 you his name. lie. ain't got a
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-HUMANE SOCIETY'S educational department locatedIn 1 PUBLIX lo0th Store Celebration ONI AT IACH PUitlX MAIKIT

the front reception room of the new animal shelter,

draws the attention of many visitors including Mr

and Mrs. Alfred Shape, winter residents of Napln Festival Queen Strawberry
Free pamphlets are available to all old and new pet

owners on the care of dogs cats birds fish, turtles Preserves e59c t+

horses, wildlife, spaying of female pets and whatto s o o s SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT.r

do in the event of disaster, along with other important INSPECTED TENDER-AGED ,

literature. The shelter is located at the Naples Dole Pineapple-Grapefruit HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

Airport, and visiting hours are 12 to 3 p.m daily.
Fruit DrinkF&P 46-oz. 25 BONELESS

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Biggest ElephantIn Flavor PerfectSliced- ROUNDSTEAK



The Nation Due Beefs . can 303 lOc


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In Naples April 5 Halves 21/2 can 25c

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The largest elephant In the After the Market crash of 1929 X A Cairo Beauty FreshCucumber Ib.
United States will be among the and the subsequent closing of the ] IOO
many trained and performing antt during!?:the great depression FREE Chips .I';or%' 23 ;
mals to be exhibited al the Swamp "Blanche" found herself In &11 Green z
Buggy Grounds when the Naples I HALL'S CELLAR along with the Stamps King Oscar
Norwegian
Squadron of Civil Air Patrol i majority of the elephants then In i .Ihltll4lewewendPrdww.h"
presents Its Children's Fun Day t the Continental United States.As RINSE AY DANDRUFF CONTROL Sardines <
on Sunday, April 5th the big shows went broke ", -oz. size I $1.e . . . . 'LV 29 P
This giant pachyderm affectionately one by one, a citizen of Lan. .piree W...., March II 1M4 Sno-Tip AlaskaSalmon
known to youngsters caster, Missouri, by the name liB" ffal across the nation as 'Blanche', of Bill Hall, bought the elephants 000000000000000000 I flat
has been listed in the official and kept them In a cellar under . . . . . can 57
"Elephant Census" as the largest neath an enormous barn on his
In America and perhaps farm At one time he was said 5OVUV FREE] OSO
the largest In the world. Circus to house CO to 70 elephants in Swift's Premium Bor-B-Q
folk and animal authorities, nor. this cellar. In 1934 "Blanche"was : J"(
mally liberal with the descrip one of 15 elephants sold to Green Stamps
live adjectives, are reluctant' to Cole Bros Circus She Is presently I ri*Alt cooea>.n4 pvrdiOM efi Beef PorkorHam
speculate as to the size of some the star attraction of Kid's DRISTAN DECONGESTANT TABLETS \ ,
of the elephants roaming the wilds l l0f Day, and reigns majestic ally over 24-ct. size 98c ,. LIMIT 2 PLEASE
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India and Africa. There is ;a herd of three fine performing epire Wtd. Mmhb 1M4 8-ox.
,J./ however, an official listing of elephants In the Jungle and Safari [300 5950mEr C
all elphants In captivity .. coos, coming to this city. The show is O OQBREAKFAST CLUB pkg.
circus and Jungle Compounds. free, but the happy youngsters in
much the same as dogs are pcdl attendance will have an opportunity .
greed or pure bred horses and to ride the elephant, ,or, Am-50 '
cattle registered.The the less daring ones may choose. RE a''
mighty "01 anche" weighs one of the jungle type safari carts, OLEO e airy .specials 8
a little over S tons nearly 11,. ponies, or other rides available. Green Stamps
000 pounds. She arrived In the Commander Bob Arlck, of the .<.iliUeM>ro*ea4d1... .. < Betty Crocker's Chicken fir HerbBiscuits
United States in 1900 as a youngs Naples Squadron of CAP,announ. Swiff Premium T.V. or Party Snack <

ter of about 20 years- of age. ces that the proceeds from this 2 6-ox. pkgs. 78c . . . .1779F
At that time she the feature
was. event will be used for Sundown ....1'.. W..... March II ilea
of the famous Sells Floto Cir -"
Patrol equipment. Ride tickets
} Crocker's Crabmeat & HerbBiscuits
.. Betty
cus rivaled only by the Barnum will soon be available through OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ'
It Bailey Show for splendor and local stores. trb' IOc 17V2-0Z.
magnitude at the turn of the . . . pkg.50mepWfeA 79'frozen

century. Discrimination p 050 p i

DemonstrationsSet J"( Green Stamps J: foods o.cAt
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For ]Kentucky i ..' tole aur... one. Pwdu.ah ; r
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death of antidiscriminationstate
an 8-ox,
Silver executive order--prompt. ...ir.. W."..p March It, IM4 "" Baby Limas . . pkg 29
King ed by a civil rights stall tn the c ""
(So., H.v.n : ., legislation drew word toda}) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ[ ) 100 Uses I
MODERN, SAFE FAST L that demonstrations are virtual '100-ft. < aO' < "
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FISHING CRUISER ly set In Kentucky. HandiAVrap . . roll 29 II. \ ,.-_. .-_ p_ .",' ;0 '
The order, Issued by then lEA
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MI 2-285 or MI 2.3940 Cov. Inert Combs 81/2 months ... 50 Ft. Size .
.... Capt. Cecil Lamb ago barred discrimination li 50-ft.. ; ','
:? ....-.J) state-licensed places of public\ J" Green Stamps Saran-Wrap . . . roll 33 .' REG. SIZE
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accommodations. Almost no i d.w.h f
; Breakfast Club
Ue5 tie e1 ls ..re.5MY "Concrete integration move was Royal Shoeld Filet Mignon Steaks Enriched
taken under It, but It brought a lO-oi. pkg. $1.29 White re g.
storm of controver r:;:, ........ W..... March II 1164 I Bread ', . 2 IIU 31
Gov. Edward T. Dreathltt
JYM aYL AV. re PII Beech-Nut Strained COKES
winded the order after a last. OQ.OOOOOOOOOQQQOOUOQ'J
ditch ittempt had filled to< !sot ( "' <
Baby 99
TERMITES W a public accommodations' hill Foods . . .10 'J s .
out of the House Rules Committee Sandwich
WORK ALL YEAR In the state legislature !50 nrXEXTltA"X'X1rSO BagsBaggies
AROUNDi.r Breathitt had said h. would kill !-" *
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ca the order when thu Legislatureacted J", Greon Stamps . . . . pkg.: 6 Btl .,
on the btll which he i ...All. _ee.*.4 ewdiew eh. ; 194
backed. Maxwell House Instant Coffee Ctn
Frank Stanley' Jr., general O
tb. ask..1 y.sr ham. chairman of Allied Orpinl/a 6-oz. jar 99c 'olvr" produce lane o
tlons for Civil Ru his, major) .u".o WHI. Moth U !
backer of the rlI.btll..\ >,midemonstrations 00000000000000000000 Plus tax & dep.
Crisp:: Western CelloPockCARROTS
arc fairh l1dl. Limit one per customer
LARGE LOT nlte throughout Ki>ntuck>.
with of $3.00
Stanley said th.Ithough\l the purchase or more.
Corner of So. Golf Drive I
executive order had not been SO FREE 5OdI
A Gulf Shore Blvd! A golf. enforced widely l "it did rei'resent ,
some legal protection to :'-\1.\> _
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Reg. R. E, Broker 13t/1 ':-o&. siie 79c
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big Macile Brothers plan a well field northeast of the Belle If.....' "i ;-\fWI... .....;ji \' 'L..IiJ. ,.t; : """':' '; >. \...:, ., '.,.. \ ',.,; x:114olher

ned community on sleepy Marco Meade. Taml.ml Trail inter. .10. .
Island will radically alter Its section, seven miles north of the ? 'y'I Q1
t NtttJs
Isolated character, but longtime Island. &t
Marco residents told the News oan
they welcome the development as LIKES THE SOLITUDE
a sign of progress. "The beauty of this Island has
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County officials' reaction also been Its Isolation and Its good SECTION B !Sunday, March IS 1964
was favorable, but a brief sampling fishing," Kelly Gantt, operator
of Motel Marco, said. "I like
of tourists Marco Indicated
of the committee -
to engage
the solitude, and I kind of hate Election pose
they are not too pleased at the Law
In debate, or undue discussion -
lose It but that's
prospect of a no.longer.remote to see us pro.
Marco Island. gress." Gantt has been on Marco concerning the present -
Official announcement of the for about 35 years. I rnn Hearing Here laws, but rather to hear the
10-year $500,000,000 develop. I'm happy the right people view of others, he said.

ment was made In Naples Thurs got ahold of the property, and This
day. At the same time, the $7,. If it Is laid out properly, It will +, wrm Tuesday Colored SlidesOf
000,000 sale of the Island and of be a first-class project," Gantt .yl
nearby Islands and mainland to said. Gantt and Griffis both fore ''I i< hearing of the In- Shell Show
the Marco Island Development cast that Marco could have more S tc 'I+ ( ommtttee for ale -

Corp. was completed In New people than Naples In 10 years or .: i'I. study will be held Feature MeetingThe

York. MIDC, headed by the three so."The at. ",1.i xk\ Tuesday morning,
Mackles and Barron G. Collier tourists who are here 1 M I I r. i in the Naples City regular monthly meeting
Jr., bought the 10,100 acre would like to see Marco stayas hall: I ding i to sen. Elmer the Naples Shell Club will beheld
property from the Collier family. It Is," Gantt said. '. .1"> I tr.i at the Community Room of
The real deal "It will be the ruination of the Naples Federal Savings and
estate had been
;,'III I i pose of the comruIttt -
Marco," a New Hampshire wo Loan Association at 8p.m..Thurs.
rumored for nearly a year. So ',
I t t.tudv and make
Us man visitor declared, when she re- day, March 19.
consummation "came as no ,
heard of the Mackles' i co ", .Ration tothe 1906sesIcgtstatureconcern- The
will
plans. J program consist of
great surprise" to Bob Whitaker, 9 crw, .'
who for 12 years has operatedthe Her husband, who was cleaningfish ; t colored slides of the recent shell
historic Marco Island Inn. on Gantt's dock after' a i, i'leu Ion laws and anyc show. All members are Invited to
The planned development"will successful fishing trip, agreed. e M a Y s.3 c. that may he needed. make suggestions on how to havea
,take away the Island's isolation, "We have been coming here 1 Wibrl person who Is Intere bigger and better shell show
which has attracted many people for 12 years because there are 9 a'y ', I asked to appear ere ,- next year.
here," Whitaker noted. But this not a lot of people, and those + I public officials and Anyone Interested In shelling
loss of isolation "will be replaced that are here are a nice group th nnccted with election Is Invited to come to the meet.
of people," he said. "A big Inn and to Join the club.
with a lot of good things." '11" ii .I I are asked not to be .
He was pleased that Frank E. development may adversely af. .
h. I i .il out making their .
Mackle, MIDC president, has feet the fishing as well. v.:' iwn. $, FROM LITTLESPARKS.ee
pledged to preserve the Island's ,
natural FEAR LOSS OF BEACH ."11 on those phases of
The Mackles beauty."have established Winter visitors from Illinois, th lection: law that people / .:.Jt-

walking along the big ""well as those they don
a good reputation, and I know they expanseof
will do a good job," Whitaker white sand beach at the west ", i ivlted sen.: Friday //V GIANT FOREST

added. "Nobody knows now what end of SR92, were apprehensivethat *al ., II will not be the pur- *FIRES GROW!
effect on the Island this will have, a big planned community
or If it will effect fishing or would shut off the beach from the I ..

shelling. But a nice, well-plan public. The state road right of
ned development can do nothing way ends about 600 feet shortof r 4 There's Nothing Life It In NaPles.vmageGreen
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but good," Whitaker declared. the Gulf, and the privately. /
Mrs. Elva Grlffis was waiting owned beach has been open for

on customers at the G & G public use.
Mercantile store, while listen. "It appears to be a sensible
Ing to a broadcast giving de development," the woman from
tails of the planned development. Illinois said. "I hope they don't
take the beach away from us."

"RIGHT WAY" Her husband predicted this would M

"It surely will change things," happen eventually. "SomedayI "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS BETTER"A
Mrs. Grlffis, a lifelong Marco expect to see a fence strung
Island resident, said. "But It up between those concrete postsat New Community of Cooperative
sounds as If they are going about the end of the road, blockingus
this development In the right from the beach," he said. Garden Apartments for Adults

way.A "short distance away, at the I OnlyPrices Start at $7,200 '
USS Harvest Moon
Islander motel, R. A. (Grits)
Grlffis said he believes the de. Not Essential To
velopment will be "beneficial,"

If done In a proper manner."You National Defense INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED.
can't stop progress," he noted.
The will WASHINGTON (AP) The ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
development mean Navy has decided that the USS
more competition for the Islander Harvest Moon "Is not essentialto APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE *

"but we've been able to keepup the defenses of the United SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET.
with the competition so far," .
aates. --- -- -
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
Grlffis added.. "It may mean -
fewer mosquitoes, If they fill vest As Moon a matter hasn't of been fact,essentialfor the liar. FAMED FOR ITS BROAD BEACH of white sand, Marco way across an Island-dotted sound. Marco's rolling SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M.

In- some of the salt marshes." about 100 years-eince a Island has long been a popular haven for shell hunters contour with elevations up to/55 feet, shoyld maka

land More will people necessitate living on a reliable the U* homemade Confederate mine and fishermen. The island fronts on the warm Gulf an ideal tropical setting for the planned community

and inexpensive water supply, sank Somehow It near, the Georgetown Navy never, S.C.got of Mexico about 12 miles south of Naples in south. which The Deltona Corporation will build for Marco rid ?Ittttul44

Grlffis pointed out. Water pre. around to ending Its legal own. west Florida, and is reached by a half-mile-long cause Island Development Corporation. date4
antly is collected for In
use
ershlp of the flagship until div. Realtor
cisterns, or Is trucked intq
ers re-discovered the hulk undera .
Marco from a well In the high .. *
covering of mud last year anda
central part of the big Island. SALES REPRESENTATIVES \ ,
group requested permission to I
Grlffis said that he expects a salvage relics of the wreck for BE A 'FRIEND'TO 605 5th Ave., South MI 2-2124
water pipeline from the mainlandto
historical purposes. YOUR LIBRARY
serve Marco before the end of Vice Adm. John Sylvester, OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER
the year, In connection with the
deputy chief of naval operationsfor
project planned the .. *
by Marco Is.
land to logistics, has taken action. _h., ____ .______._ _
Corp. just the south and He recommended to Secretaryof --- ---- -
west of the town of Marco. This the Navy Paul H. Nitre the
firm, headed by Tom Edlngton of Issuance of a "declaration of
New York, has cleared the abandonment," saying the Navyno i ?
Ruppert estate property. Smoke longer has an Interest In the UP TO
from many fires on this newly. ship except for historical rea. f.MOVE
cleared land made It a hazy sons and that the Harvest Moon
day around Marco. cannot be considered essentialto I
The Mackles also plan to In. national defense .YI I.I.

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PICTURESQUE TREE and fountain provide Whitaker, manager of the Inn for 12

a pleasing view for the visitor to years, reports business has been good l r
R Ibooutiful Country Club i is .I'j
N the Marco Island Inn, a historic lodg- this season. (NEWS photo) A Iroity p'Ctl"/ buill 1I1I'ln.1I.nd for,in 1111 pityic'or ....

: at the village of Marco. Bob opn... end cypr.N 'Indvl' t
ing spot duo ,oe..... ."0.... pad .
shop which (.e 115015 50, wAh
:'. ,, pull t.rl, 1w"1 your plot
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interests In clorida (right), is shown during Thursday's Ii ,. ... ., ...< ,... :
Beach Club Hotel luncheon announcing sale of Marco -" 1 I II Golf

Island property and several adjoining islands to Del- ........ .

tona Corporation and other investors. New combine

will be Marco Island Development Corp. i''IfiI5 -.1#>1" 1.
known as : '.' .. : '" l.tt. hood
with Deltona holding 50% of stock and remaining if-I. Boos

investors 50%. The Collier family holds sizeable interest -.\0.... -. -..... :. u, ,.

in the new firm, with Barron Collier Jr. chair. rzMvus t (Tamiamk Trail) N1kK1SMtae
SHelLER'S HAVEN and a refuge from land beach The broad, sandy beach 0oioronwiu """ \ .
man of the board. Frank MackJe is president. At leftin IMI.
the outside world's and troublesis make the island of
care the
helps one prettiest
J. Deltona vice
photo is Adm. Albert Fay, president.
> of the Marco Is. Culf 0VWC\
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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March IS, 1964 ;! JJ]

H SUFFICIENT ID ADVENTURESIN Ii\'! : U

For a Bright BorderWith LOUISVILLE (AP) If it IJJ ,I:
hadn't been for his Kentucky SOLITUDE <
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moderate attention Colonel commission, Edmnnd R. I U L!
panaies will give your border Schlesinger! might still be By ROB ROY OZMER UCllV
Ir UOWNSIONJAP
blooma for months. stranded in Canada ".. The hermit of the Ten Thousand Islands F..4. I"...,
If you have raised pansies Settles inger, a native of FRIENDS TO LUNCHNo
from before the ea
seed tranaplant
Austria was vacationing near Honest Abe or Old Hickory T
buds form to reduce ahock to a It seems true, indeed, that can t
Canada when he decided to cross now be most Impressively displayed .
minimum, with blooming in this old world nothing; Is dessert needed when this
compared
the border. On the return trip, changeless but change.Even with. for the edification- hot bread la served.
time. the border guard requestedSchleelnler' delight- feminine voters. Un.
Keep the flowers plucked to In our government, firmly established
increase for citizenship papers upon the solid rocks of der current conditions a charm. dN Ham Omelet
vitality growth. He had forgotten them but Ing personality and a well-cut
Fertilize \lightly occasionally democratic principles, some Cottage Cheese and Relish Tray
( ) to increase the pulled out his driver's license thing: new has been added and sub. tux goes much further, it seems, Sweet Twists Beverage
monthly help
insurance papers and various tie than such trivial things as ability
changes are ceaselessly com. ,
size of flowers, and pinch: back: r tI' Sr
long shoots. Panaiea enjoy bit member.hip'card.. ing to pass.In and a sincere desire to serve ., SWEET TWISTS
water than other None satisfied the guard until things political, things have the people. Those factors per. 1 1/2 cups sifted flour
more many
plants so plant them in a bit of Schleainger displayed his Identification already changed so much that taming to statemanshlp, intellectual 1 1/2 cup: enriched white corn meal
: as a Kentucky colonel.: there seems a definite need fora ability and wisdom are so ,I 2 tablespoons sugar
a hollow to provide a rain "Oh" the guard sighed "Now new manual, or textbook, en. generally lenored as to be almost 3 tablespoons baking powder
catcher.
that'a okay You may proceed." titled "Politics For Plutocrats". negligible.The 1 teaspoon salt
Our political system has now Impression of glamour is 1./4 cup shortening
reached the point where it seems so highly effective in many cas. 1 3 cup milk
very successful millionaire es that we deliberately elect per. r'r 1 1 3 cup orange juice
wants to become a politician sons who are ready and willing Orange Filling
The Af.icy With Personal Service and where every successful politician to use economic pressures, 4w \ pN' Sift together the flour, com
can become a million extreme business restrictionsand meal sugar baking powder and
sire if he so desires. constraints, and sometimes salt. Cut in shortening with pastry .
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In the falrly-good old days actual force legalistic and blender until particles are
the professional politician was, otherwise. U continued,this must ; 4F( fine Gradually add milk then
dependable agency nepGNo at the best, a potential evil.Back inevitably lead to our vested orange juice stirring lightly until
Ibl 1* for, home protecting end you business, your then, however, his sole Instru. authorities creating a new world, mixture is dampened. (If necessary
family
against very IruurabU threatof ments were glibness, sweetolalkand a new America and an unprecedented Ii- add a little more milk to
ardent persuasion. Futher- way of life for our make soft dough) Turn
a
1 toes through a planned program H4 out on
of protection guaranteed more, even these relatively crude people. We are already in an prepared pastry cloth; knead
by compeniM of unquestioned instruments for vote getting unparalleled process of changeand gently a few seconds Roll dough
financial strength. could be used only In face-to- if we, as citizens, blindly to form a 12 by 10-inch rectangle
face encounters with the voters. follow certain current trends we with Orange
Spread
Filling. Foldin
Now the range of such primitive shall soon be facing those "un. 1' half so filling together. Cut
weapons has been enormous. precedented conditions". .. 1 1ji : into 12 strips, 1-inch wide. Take
ly extended by radio and tele. Thanks to man's adaptability ,,_ hold of each end of a strip and
and his mental flexibility, twist
vision.HAIRDO lightly in opposite directions
IWIAXCf KlXCf( |let INFLUENCE the majority of us may possibly PETAL POLISHER Four-year-otd Beth competition at the $1,000,000 Cape Seal ends firmly Bake on
In a quite recent "presiden adopt an unprecedented state of Howell the leaves of her Coral Yacht and Racquet Club. Orchidon ungreased cookie sheet 1 inch
GfC orchid
teal for Instance, a fifteen- mind which will enable us to accept sponges in hot (425
632 5rli Aveave South. hundred dollar hairdo loomed the unprecedented state of In preparation for the Southwest the right is a ten-bloom pick phal- apart 12 to IS minutes.degrees. Serve) oven hot.
Phone 2-5 Ml large. The most stylish clothes, the nation which now seems in. beautiful moth orchid .
Naples. FlorMs Florida Orchid Society orchid show, aenopsis zada, the Makes 1 dozen.
which would have shocked evltable. Let this is
any us hope ,
At Orong Filling! Gradually
Florida is famous. beat
old.fashioned statesman such as true for the fluid and unstable which concludes a two-day program for which 2/3 cup sifted confectionerssugar
conditions now existing seem to today at Cape Coral. Fourteen special top left is a white cattleya with pur. and the grated rind of 1
be utterly beyond the control, awards and 60 general awards will pie lip. orange into 2 tablespoons soft
the direction of
or any man, or butter
group of men, no matter how be presented to leading exhibits in
CHOICE WATERFRONT earnest, eager and able they may "' Before you list orange

be.Since TOLL JUMPERS BE A 'FRIEND' CALL TilE NEWS FOR grate off a little of the rind and
.a. . . I am, quite definitely, add it to applesauce canned or
RUBBER STAMPS
Kan. (AP) TO YOUR" LIBRARY
an old-fashioned man I'm very WICHITA. Among homemade.

Lot 6, Block 12 on South 6th street, south of 18th Avenue. lOO x 150'.I II glad man", indeed also. that Thus I it am may an "old be I on other the qualifications Kansas Turnpike. toll taken had Umm nuuunuuuunmuumgnmulnllgltltllllglllllttlttimnntouuuuuunnuu, ,..,.nuguornnnnmsstmuuonnntnaunttuunmutunlanau, . I mmtxR.

shall not have to face some of better be able to jump fast
I Highest anti most desirable area of Aqualane Shores. Extra wid. waterway.) the future changes which I fear A check: of turnpike accident ask the men at
would be entirely too drastic to records for last year showed a
endure. "Eomayitbel"SEATTLE number of accidents occurring EE
Just minutes from the Beach $5850. Will sell on contract. at the tales. Imperial .
(AP) There's no One cause said Louis Stroup,
lack of confidence: among members public relations director for the
of the King County Republican turnpike authority, is failure of
$1500 down 5 the
%% balance
on Central Committee Their brakes as vehicle approaches
calendar of events for the year the gate
PHONE MI 2-4272 includes these two dates for next Another happened when a
fall: driver reached for his toll ticket
"Nov. 3: General election. as it blew in the wind and
"Nov. 4: Victory celebration." stepped on the accelerator by
mistake, crashing into a guard
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Other causes of accidents that c
Stroup found: WENZCL HCOMAN NEUMANN VOOOPICH
i: A driver who had taken off his 3
Homes consultation investments,
building ,
.1 shirt started to put it buck on
but the wind whipped the tail management, acreage..
.. ,., across his face and he crashed 1 property
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I block outthe sunthathe wreckedthe ..
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School MenusThe ter, vanilla pudding and milk. THURSDAY Hamburgers, Sunday, March 15, 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3B
onions, whole kernel corn, -
potato
TUESDAY Meat loaf with candled"yams
EGLER'S sticks MONDAY Ravioli, matoes, cornbread, pudding.
menu for the week of mashed potatoes and gravy, down cake. milk.pineapple upside- green beans French THURSDAY Mrs. Partin'sFourth

March 16 through March 20that English peas orange and FRIDAY -Flsh squarc"',hllsh bread, stewed prunes. Grade: Barbecue pork

the Naples Junior High Cafe- grapefruit cup, rolls and but- puppies, turnip but- TUESDAY Bologna cupsw chops,lettuce and tomato salad,
0 RN ER terla will beMONDAY ter, milk greens and
MARION SORENSEN
By t : tered carrots, cornbread and 'mashed potatoes, peas corn on cob, potato sticks pop-

. . . . . . . Menu suggested WEDNESDAY Beanie wlen- butter, ice cream, milk. carrots, coleslaw, strawberry slcles.
ies, celery strips, cabbage and
I M S C shortcake, FRIDAY Toasted cheese
Donna Albritton
by Ravioli, raisin salad, rolls and butter and
WEDNESDAY Beans
The for Shadow sandwiches
menu lawn spinach, buttered
tossed salad biscuits and
but cookies, milk. sliced to
school for the coming hcik l ham, turnip greens potatoes, cherry pie.
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NWBA members. March SUGAR 'N SPICE Ruth eran to their victory over St. 'I .
16, Moorings Country Club Dodge will receive a triplicate Anns. Angeline Calltrl posteda

that's the date for the Awards patch from WIBC for rolling three single 172, Nour Turner 170,
Banquet; 8:30 Is the time for Identical Joa
games. Sharp was Agnes Dembek 151, Nancy Dun
the meeting to elect officers of the leader, with a 426.174, as 151.150 and the 6.7, Hilda Mor.
the association and attend to oth. Rosemary took all from Clove. ton 143. PEOPLE ARETALKING

er pertinent business. Mary Kline with a 467 and Jo MEN'S CHURCH Out front
Remember. you do not haveto Loach 455 led Ginger In their for Trinity No. 2 In their win
attend the dinner to come to win over Peppercorns. Julie over Bonita Baptist No. 1 were
the meeting Let's try to havea Yanson used her first 500 of the Bud Hogue 572.203 and Frank

big turnout. season (and she says for many Crittenden a 202 loner. St. ,
years) to good advantage. Com Anns took all from Christian No.
BROOKSIDE Ing up with a 513.183 she led
BOWL 2 led by Harry Clouser 531.
Allspice In their victory over 220 with Harold's single 204 and
COMMERCIAL Pittman's Sweet Basil Cindy Brisson shota Allan Hamilton's 203 giving a '

won all from Bigley's with Fred 490.200. Ida Poyer reacheda big assist. D. Salmon was high
Clark leading 585.214. Paul's 177 single, Tlllle Davis 176, for the Christian team with a
Texaco was victorious over Palm Jo Powell 155, MargMlltner 162. 546.204. Norm 7? posted a 196 d rh NAl
Lake Trailer Court aided by Ike Midge Gwaltney who has had to and 161, Glen tiles 192. "" :
Wolford 554.204 and Mike Pike switch from left to right hand jtOCK'N BOWLERS Lead \\here\cr Hutenberg Homes are being built people are Hiking, '

552.194. Bud Hogue and Ken bowling rolled 35 pins over her gals for the Caribbean Realty ,
McConkey fired Identical 603 average. Mae Davis yielded a when they won all from Golden o '/ They're talking about the added values, that come as standard

sets, Bud using a big 244 and 158 single, Etta Wright 152, Ros. Anchor were Linda Sauchelll 558. ::, Home about the ihstmctive .
I with Rutenberg They're talking
Loach 150. Rani eery
Kaye post.
Ken a 222. Vern Allen posteda anna 216 and Mary Armbrust 492. .
565.204. Jim ed a 153, Frances Walker 120. Alice Wise 454.184 and Nancle i/.t, .,
Somers came up exterior design. they talk about the efficient floor plans F'
with a 217 loner, Earl Cannady 123, Mary Morris 167,Jane Bow. Veenstra 451.173 led Mark Fore

202, Lynford Johnson 208, es 145.148, Amy Stump 151 and and Strike to their victory over that make: housekeeping) so easy' and efficient And they talk)
Charles Rice and Lovell Meadors Colelne Arthur 147. Bunny Feller Industries. Holland Sal.
198. Gene Tessier convertedthe Nelson converted the 3.7.10 and ley took all from Modern Masonry about the little things that make) hung so much more pleasant '0,
4.6. Marie Weaver 4.5.7.MERCHANTS with the assistance of Bebe yr
CONSTRUCTIONEERS Al. .. Naples Marine Moog 508.192 and Ethel Dinaburg :) in a Hutenberg Home, like) the rounded corner base: that )keeps.

lied Paving won all from the first Corp. held first place as they 488 Marg Lee was in the groove
dirt from collecting the \loen Dialeit water i faucets and
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won all from Roses Texaco. Harold
Townsend 528.190. Lor. j
place team,with the aid as she produced a r:;;
of Ray Dagley 464.167 and the Daniels with a 613.245 led etta Easterly came up with a 192 shower controls; the molded Formica counter tops; the tempered
4.6 split, Jack Kline 460.179. the team followed by Rae Hen singleton, Mary Jo Gibbs 188,
Mike Pike posted a 508.195 for drix 589.222 and Claude Jolllffe Alice Densmore 177, Bessie glass in the sliding glass doors; the beautiful light fixtures and
the Produce team. First Flor. 569201. Bud Hogue used gam. Combs 174, Lucille Lord 172, ,
ida moved Into second place as es of 213 and 211 for 605, Rob Joan Lawhon 170 and the 58. Tap.lite wall !owitde5.'t'5, people ore hiking) about Hnttnberg

they won all from Sawyers witha Abbott blasted a 236 for 568, 10. B.J. Broughton reached a
big assist from Tom Eggles. Rich Yahl a 245 for a 564. 168, M. Shlvel 167, L. Runkle Homes, and because these people tell their friends, there art-

ton's 597.212. Claude Jolllffe Bill Rans 552.193 totaled and 551.200 Al Tatu, T.556.Abbott 165, Enid Deeks 163, Dorothy more than 3,(XX) Florida families now h\ ing in Hutt'nl>t,i g I Ilomes
listed a 575.202.210, Richard Zoller and Peggy Densmore 158.
Golden 569.201, John Stull 564. 200. James Browning register. COFFEE 'N DONUT Mary and more than 60% of them bought from lecomnunditions! of
214 loner
209, Gene Tlllman 559.218Char ed a Rudy Bomer, Jo Gibbs led Sugar Donuts to
lie Rice 552.195. Ron McCune Don Elferelink 210 and Glen Ya their win over Holsum by post. 1f'r,4 other satisfied Hutenberg homeowners The two bedroom, two 5m', !I
tossed his first 500 set using a ger, K. Roaxk 201. Ing a 488172. Sandy Hackneyand
195 single for a 515. Pal Mason FIRST FLORIDA C LASS 1C- Mary Armbrust contributed \' bath LAUREL with its elegant owner's suite with harming

recorded his second 200 loner. Although Don Elferdlnk tossed a 172 loners to the victory. Mary .
on the nose, Glen Yager 201.MEN'S 613.232 for Acreage they lost all Hatcher took scoring honors with .....( : bath and walk.in closet is an example of the value in ever ;)
to Real Estate who were led by ",'
CHURCH It was Earl Cannady 608.234. Subdiv a 508.198, Frances Fitzek 460. Hutenberg Home. The Laurel also features a bright, airy', anti., "
win or lose all for the team. 171. Elinor Brunk and Alice ,

Fred Redenbaugh 561.193 led As. Islons Financing won but only went one point Into from first Jenson produced 188 singles, easy to care for )kitchen. and dinette, separate living and\ dining f
win Helen 151 Sober
sorted Christians to their Tracy Audrey
over Emmanuel Lutheran. Wes place. High for the Subs were 144.140, Janie Prlller 134.146, loom and large entrance foyer with a huge" wall of closet
Mlltner 502.178 was high for Harry Sauchelll and Danny Hayes Hermine Huber 165 and the 3. l
Methodist No. 1 when they took with 209 singles, Harry comingup 7.8.10. Each bedroom also has its own roomy walk.in closet for maximum .. .
all from E.N Methodist, whose with a 561 and Danny 551. BIG CYPRESS MIXED. High
high man was Paul Abraham Joe Salmon was high for the Fl. man for the Ospreys In their wlr storage space.

535.202. nancing team with a 572.200. from Gators was George Wall ... .. ....,. "' .. ,<'/' ,
In spite of Ken McConkey's Bud Hogue came thru with ano. '''''t-/I.::'!>' ..> _.. .t11l"! "
500.179. Gene Tlllman yielded' "
534.202, ChristianMen's r"'r.. ., :>: .,.
ther 600 and missed a triplicate : >
609 set with of
a high games ; '
Fellowship lost all to >;: :
by one pin. Using games of 213
Methodist No. 2 led 203 and 232. Gene Tessier came
by McKlrl. 213 and 212 he posted 638.
han up with a 586.206 and Tom Sches. ,1
E.
501.171. Fager and A.
John Stull found the groove for
sler 562.194. Flora Edwards led
Fayard, team mates, posted 526 ,
and shot a 244 for a
one
game
the ladles she used 203
sets Fager 206 as a
using a high and
616. Mike Yahl produced a 234
for a 528. Art White listed a a iM
Fayard 202. Marksmen wereW. loner, Rich Golden, Paul Abraham lone 209 B.J. 201 ra
Broughton g l lr lr
Graham the 3.7 and Nebus 214
son and Francis Lord ,
Dick Erickson 199 Bud Hall i
A w
5.7.10.WOMEN'S. .. Dee Wolford 212, John Zate 208 192, Marie Erickson 188, lo p pe
CHURCH Out
206. Bob
and Ken McConkey Henry 175, Jane Herren 164 and
front Hazel Abraham witha
was
Abbot the picked up
expert, Dot White 155 and the 6.7. Carol
Allen 446 and
460.179, Belvia
8.10.
the nice 154 War.
Rogers a Shirley
Reggie Lulejean) 444. Marge
149.150 Sue Tlllman 153
drip ,
Thomas produced a lone 167,
Gene Parker 176 and Maude Wain
Jeao Vogt .Nancy Pierce and ,PINE LANESCONTRACTORS
Irmt..esser,168, Marie Weaver ,_ Boat Ha. wright 150.
and Donna Sockaloskl 161, Wan. ven and Metalcraft are now tied BOWLERETTEMary Arm
brust with 476.173 and Rutt
da Rice, Dot Larrlmer 158 and for first place. Boat Haven won a
Nichols 472.170 led Bill Stone
Vivian Jones 152. Joyce O'Green 3 from Naples Supply with Nate
converted the 2.7.10 and posteda Hunt leading them 525.207 and Builders to victory over Flame r e'' fV
Faber Hair vlc-
Lounge.
168. In spite of Harold Miller 587. were
NITE OWL Agatha Clearywas 221.202 for the opposition. torlous over Jima Sunoco led
Linda Sauchelll 499.190 and
by
"hot" as she fired a 211 Charlie Holt blasted a 561.215.J. .
for a 558 and led Chessers to Scott a big 232 single, Joel Anne Sharp 471. Crony Panl V.n .W

their win over Anchor Lounge. watts cud Tex 21/7 Bill Stone pinto for the opposition reached ,. ""
a 481.190 and converted the 6. .. _. < ". m "___
Juanita Snyder tallied a 515 206, Doc Shultz 204, Tommy I.f '
7. Marg Lee has found that -
194, Frances Fitzek 481, Mar. Thompson 200 and Wilfred Wale : MM w.N...
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groove and is staying In It as tw. :. n -
r- +" ,
Ion Lesser 474, Patti Dozzle 468. strom 193.WOMFN'B. she takes w w.: _
again
honors
Julie Chesser a nice 458 series CHURCH .. Trln. scoring
and Dee Shimer 452. Ann Davis1 Ity No. 2 won all from Chris. this Miller week produced with a 554.200 a 510 Lll The Laurel by Hutenberg is priced $11,090, land costs addi
Mary
listed a lonely 211, June Prasil tlan Daffys. High for the win.
163, Bea Mohrbacher 161 /and ner, was Susan Anderson 388. Jo Gibbs 494, Lucille Lord 483, tional. See it and the other Hutenberg model homes: the three
Marty Vanchura 477, Dot Donel.
Rose Morrison 160. Sharp. 154 and for the losers Bev Nelson .
shooter Peggy Yahl the 4. 482.199. Norma Queenywltha son 474 and Jerl Jerabek 471. bedroom, two bath Carmel, fl-4J)90);) ; and the four bedroom, .
Ina Bunting registered a lone 185,
7.10 .. 415.155 led Emmanuel Luth. Mare Miller 163. FaY Hatcher three bath Riviera $17,990, on your homesite. All model hornet

:{ ." it!!Wij1rw:: for convenience If do not a
168, May Grant, Dolly Patterson are open daily your you own .,,t.

158, Ruth B tcher 163,Bea Mohr. lot, a Hutenberg Home Counselor will be happy to find just
bacher 160, Margaret Scaggs 150

Port Royal Home and Millie Eaton 161. Ethel Jones the right location for you
converted
a split that was also

ONLantern picked 3.7.8.10.up in the morning leaguethe MODEL HOMES OPEN WI rKEHYS UNTIL 9 P.M. '

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of landscaped propelty )House consist of large .1
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) A NiM9Nwa
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 15, 1964f to get a good glimpse. Tipped frigate birds played In the air, We found our first deadyoung'un .u NEW YORK (AP) Amateur RIGHTS.
literally on our sides, we vying us for speed and man- and the biologist madea DeGaulle May rights can be a dr.mati.t'a.\le.
II l could see fish skeletons, bro- ueverablllty. Huge rafts of note to have a Ranger retrieve light two of the country's larteii,
ken eggs and fluffy eaglets In- ducks and coots bunched together the bird and have It play publishers report.
fJr.clt"/J Qar W/Jlif side. Most nests house one or as this strange bird of. checked for parasites and pes- Find Mexico J The Dramatists Play Service
two young, but two nests pro prey (so they must have thought) ticides. Current feeling Is discloses that the 25 most poJil( lar
f duced record clutches of three flew over. that our overuse of insect- scripts mu Us catalog have earned
GAL IIIaW birds. This Is a most rare icides Is causing sterility/ over *3 million from rentals to

NATURE occurrence among eagles. Half-way FOREST across FIRE to Ever- bald eagles and other wildlife. Match For HimBy r. schools performing, colleges groups and In clubs,
Most oi the nests are builton The sun set In a red globe churches
glades City, a radio the
message since agency was founded
behind the and in
87 'aM LaButIU. B WM deserted mangrove Islets sea we turned MORRIS ROSENBERG
Interrupted the roar of our en W. 1936. Most popular of all, "YOU
back
which with towards the The .
are fringed green gines. A forest fire had been airstrip. MEXICO CITY (APCharlesde m. Can't Take It With You," has
trees, but are nothing but sun- pilot took us up to 2500 feet Gaulle has a treat opportun. earned $313,000.Samuel .
adventureI've and the Ten Thousand IslandsIn spotted back to the east In a
The most exciting baked mud Inside. and we leveled off In to win friends his visit
or grass still Uy on French & Co.
search. We section of and
Na- our spotted dry rocky rates
the
had In Everglades Sometimes, warm brown salt smooth air. Below us the here-4>ut if he Intends to Influ. "Our Town" as the
known nest between U.S.N1 'Glades land near the Park biggest
tional park this winter was census every
ponds or streams lace the land- mangrove Islands looked like ence people he will find that In Its library
grosser
Ing bald eagles by plane. highway on Key Largo to scape. The eagles usually boundary. The dispatcher was scraps of dark velvet cut off Mexicans are as proudly Inde. reaped $400.000 in 20 years having,
of Florida Is the Everglades City on the West requesting our pilot to check The
The south
Is.
tip choose a tall dead tree to buildIn with pinking shears and scat- pendent as he firm in business since 1830
major eagle nesting area In the Coast. This same census Is the situation. Banking sharply tered The French president arrives re
but we saw a few nests along the edge of the Ev- leased no other statistics
eastern United States and, made 4 or 5 times each win- we headed back across the Monday and will receive a re. The fee for permission .
scant feet from the Clouds ahead to
only ground. erglades. perform
therefore, It Is most impor- ter In order to see which nests wild stretches of Everglades.Soon were ceptlon similar to that accorded a play by an
Most 8 12 feet amateur
measure to across
turning pink as we group
set
gently
tant to make accurate countsof are used and how many youngare and are massive moundsof a grey bank of smoke down to earth John F. Kennedy when he came generally is about ISO, with i
Our
again. eag to Mexico. Later this he
these fastdisappearingbirds. produced. appeared on the horizon. A year sliding scale for
subsequentpresentations. ,
dead branches and le count had netted us 35 active to
twigs. plans to visit South America
The bald eagle Is our path of fire raced northwards, .
About 1 p.m., we landed for eagle nests some hope for the pursue his policy of extending
American emblem and MUSTbe Y1KESI' throwing up smoke and sparks.We .
lunch and a rest (although all future of this gallant bird. French Influence
prevented from extermina To look Into an eagle's nest I ate was a Dramamine pill could smell It In the ca The best available sources In OSIJEK, Yugoslavia(AP)-For

tion.Using from a light plane raising about and hot tea), then we were bin. From the air, the fire II'RENEW' Paris say the purpose of these w 11 years now, winter or summer,
a peppy amphibianLake 30 mph is a hair-raising ( and off again. We flew over looked like a fuzzy caterpillar, trips Is not to denigrate AmerU rain or snow, postman BorlvoJe
plane, the Park biologist. breakfast raising)experience.The the Impenetrable ma- one mile long, edged In red YOURDRIVER'S can Influence but to Increase has put his letter
Pupovac
Bill Robertson, Ranger Pilot pilot approaches an Islandat mangrove rick rack and covered with LICENSE I. that of France In world court TURNABOUTAetna.Audrey knap.
zes of Whitewater Bay, scaringup sack his back and hiked
on
Ralph Miele, andlspent7hourscrisscrossing 1 100-foot altitude, circles smoky hair. The pilot radioedIn WRING YOUR '' ells. Hepburnwho won fame al.
clouds of black skimmers
the mangrove once to locate the nest, then his report and we headed backto BIRJH MONTH '. Undoubtedly he has carefully by playing roltiof sweet demure most 20 miles delivering the
and white Two ,
keys and islands of Florida Bay spirals down and around It avocets pelicans eagle country. I assessed Mexico's strong feel. 'females turns gun moll In scent mall to 10 nearby villages ,

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liam Holdtn up for a cigarette Ties a trumpet to toot the nevi
ducted along the lines of dem.
onstratlon of liberty, equalityand It 1 Pays To Adtertine that the matt has arrived.
fraternity-without any
mention of differences In the na.

BUYS Bku/ ttonal France policies.and Mexico differ on 4""ctl C. WIt" 'Jetl"lto
two major issues t the recognl. ? ,
from eInvestor's tlon of Communist China and
are the spread of nuclear arms.
( (,41f11J Soon after De Gaulle recog Presents
\ nlzed Communist China there --- r
was speculation that he might
seek to persuade Mexico to fol.
low his example. But President
Adolfo Lopez Mateos has flatly
Special stated that his administration :''i e
will not recognize the Chou En.
lal regime.
The administration due to
take office In December Is un.
likely to take any prompt action
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ry toward recognition. The main 11 "
candidate for the presidency, wr
Gustavo Dlaz Ordaz, will follow
Mexico's traditional policy of In.
dependence, but he Is consld-
ered antUCommunlst.
Mexico has been an ardent

advocate of an end to nuclear Spacious, rambling ranch house created for the
arms tests. Lopez Mateos took
the lead In rounding up Latin. family who wants plenty of room. Large, well
American support to ban nude. landscaped let on high ridge just 1 IVj blocks

"'1'' ar De weapons.Gaulle Is determined to from beach. 3 large bedrooms, 3 baths; capacious

continue his efforts to develop a closets and storage. Sprinkler system, all electric

French nuclear arsenal. kitchen, screened porch all around back of house.To .
Informed observers doubt that
antl'Amerlcan overtones will be hold completely furnished. A delightful

develop in the Mexlcan.Frenchtalks. home!
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Desirable Port Royal waterfront lot near end
WICHITA k.an. (AP) In. of Glass
Spy Lane and fronting on cul-de-sac.

____ I_ .L. :=$1 paint nocent-looking on Kansas squares highways of white are With Beach Club membership subject to Board

] 1 I helping state troopers catch approval. $15,100.00.
& A speeding motorists.
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The blocks are painted at two-
mile intervals and are readily
visible from the air, '
'fro pr.ln sUt patrol planer .CAnnette C. WiHH, }e.f'4>r
.. Use a telbp1 wltchJloa"'' mithematical .. I
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speed of motorists between the I
MI 2-6371 and MI 2.1570
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Blvd. and extending back approximatein swimming pool.

ly 340', zoned for commercial and apartAlso 18 buildings containing 21 rental

ments. The gross income for this prop- units of block and frame construction.

erty makes it an excellent buy at the Average age 7 to 8 years.

price offered. This property has a one City water, electricity and septic tanks.

story frame residence containing: three


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Mrs. Gudie Hoffman, Newton Lowe, and Nick Wallingford.
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Ullf ned vice Believed Found In Italy +' ;


"'. played) diiice music and the
centuries, Ital> greatest gold
Jin mine Is still the burled archie charge broke Into chaos as t the
Vlijhit = ologlcal treasures of Its fabled Sybarite horses pranced and _
O On pirouetted to the tune.

L past.The take each year Is fabii The latest major find was the" I 7//
lies 1 cms-in priceless finds for mu. mystery mummy' of a girl of
+ seums and hundreds of thou. or 9, dug up amazingly after 18
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Bins sands of dollars In contraband centuries at Crottarossa, list
for smugglers north uf Rome.
The The embalming process" watt!
Found In the past few months
re. have been the long lost Creek a fluid still fragrant after ,lie,
centuries, Is relieved to be Citi i*
colon of Sjbarls, whose danc
pehaul Ing horses led to the downfall ental or EC>1'tlln. The the. n
of a luxur.lovingpopulace, and Is that the child was the die i. t
the mystery mummy girl of ter of a Roman consul In i tae: vrt
lent Grottarossa whose body after east, that she died there .i: A
was embalmed so that her b it'
1,800 years sHill. scented with .
could be brought home for > i.
the perfume of an unknown art 1I
For of embalming.Still rial.
American archaeologists, \p u'.
1.r, sought were SpIna, last '
10J. mystery city of the long dead tlculaih from Princeton I I.
verslty and the VntersltPennslvanla \ i
: Etruscans, a Rosetta stone clue
lap. n to translation of the still un. have taken a
U. 1lrfl : In the exav.a
prominent part
41 readable Etruscan language,
the 1 and relics of the Greek warfleet lions In Ital'
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I ..,. l a. ......-- ni -. naval defeat In history.

'ar. TEMPORARY STEERING COMMITTEEfor and Grace Lake; standing, Bill Tiernan( t'nder Italian law all arch. RENEW YOURDRIVER'S -- --
.wrsi formed Third Street South named chairman chaeologlc objects-the old or tTT I.,\IV \SflttI\\l'T'' 1 Dr> George Mutllir' head of NASA Manned Space Might Program
newly temporary Ralph the newly discovered re prop.
mercants organization was named at lesher, E. J. Chlumsky and Richard erty of the state. fll'/WM'/ YOUR dials with lathe l Montgomery 1T who sits in a mock :Mercury space capsule. I
That was prompted by neces. BIRTH MONTH She demonstrated( for UlevMon (the function of gyroscopes: in controlling the craft,
held Robinson. Not for
the
a meeting Wednesday evening present picturewas
sit). A few centuries ago noble _... * *
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They are, from left, seated; Doris R. G. Fraser (NEWS photo) Roman families hauled away*. 11'1'JIr *{ 11'JIr 11"JII" 11'JI( *{ 11"JII" *{ 11"JII" JIll; *; POl POl "

Reynolds, Helen Burton, Ann Schrader, statues and whole buildings of
ancient Rome to decorate their 1 Y i 1r

"Ue'te received a lot of usr villas.In .....r.....,....f'f .'.
Meteorite Junk? far southern Italy aerial ,
Among less material, but if we were in ,." "' A t
photographs finally disclosed
any way to discourage people
the outlines of what Italian arch. )+
OTT\WA (AP) The Geo- Canada and accepted by the sending us object! they think eulogists are convinced Is long
logical Survey of Canada' being survey. They are needed for research might be meteorites we might" lost Sybaris Digging has just
miss
chance obtain
n to
one.
deluged with junk. But it's not in space travel and to started.
asking that the avalanche be determine what the interior of Sjbarls was the Creek colony
stopped. the earth is like. HOUSE PARTY whose late to bt>d and late to
The junk is in the form of Since publication of the pam- DAYTON, Ohio (AP) Builder rise habits made Sybarite I "

queer chunks looking of rocks, odd-shaped phlet, the Survey has receivedmore Don Canter feels his responsibility synonym for voluptuous living. .. ,. ... .ir.Mer 1 ,.. ,M. avrr.L7al
granite and twisted than 70 objects from to the purchaser doesn'tend ,i It was founded by the Crocks y
pieces of black metal all sus- various parts of Canada. None when the contract la signedfor I Iin 720 B.C and was danced to .. .
pected by their finders to be has proved to be the real thing. one of his cUltom-bui It homes, doom 2,500 years ago by Its per
meteorites.The .
lie wants the owners to be happy forming horses
flow Marled last August However Dr. K.R. Dawson of and get to know their neighbors The Sybarites had trained tyr1 lN+yljaMtlypa t ,
when the Survey a branch of the Survey's Petrologies! For the fourth consecutiveyear them to dance to music as en r
the Mines and Technical Survey Sciences Division says he is not Canter and the realtors i tertalnment at the nightly wine
Department published a discouraged. handling the sale of his houses fetes. When Sjbarts was at.
pamphlet to help laymen identify "Meteorites are not something entertained residents of the de tacked by Its poorer and weaker
im.teamen.a which are found every day," he velopment and prospective pur. neighbor Croton, the Crotonlanswon
At the same time the Survey said. "We didn't expect that chasers The party was held in a by a trick.
offered to pay more than $100 for we'd get any right away and recently completed new model When the famed Sybarite cav.
very genuine meteorite found in we're prepared to be patient home. airy charged their Infantry '




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War Cove. Designed and supervised by Henry K. Harding, Architect, Palm Beach, Florida.


"' This new home for sale at our exact net cost!


> :: beautiful residence, Ho obligation, of course,
Drive down to our office and let us show you this
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size of the Interior. Two large bedrooms and

MAIN RESIDENCE overlooking a beautiful two baths Unbelievable closet space Large

I2. lagoon, amidst richly rolling landscaping, living room with trey ceiling Closed bar

IgKE / has three bedrooms, a paneled den and four between living room and dining room. (Also t

tastefully tiled baths. Furnishings throughout opens on west terrace.) Large dining room

I are expensive and custom planned. Comfort Beautiful large kitchen with flowered tile

I' I'I'M is assured with air conditioning and heating, floor Large service area for washing and

I r plus the atmosphere of a large masonry fireplace drying Larder and storage area. Two car garage

I \ N /ski+ 1 A screened loggia 16 feet wide and and storage area. This residence is truly

+ 60 feet long with light domes. Ample carport an architectural gem. t

I! space for 3 large cars and utility island I

ed.d including another bathroom Call at tha Port Royal office-Harbour House- r d 1

I K o"! Guest cottage has large, beautifully landscaped located one black east of Gordon Drive a \

t .jy/ patio and its own fireplace, plus the Kings' Town and Fort Charles Drives and l

( / a usual and is also air-conditioned we will be delighted to show the residence at View of the dining area, Port Royal H..ch UIUD.

I q j\ The Neighbor House, completely screened 3800 Rum Row to you No obligation, of NET COST FIGURES -, 3800 RUM ROWLand

/ from the main residence, hasty course ,Lot No. 55, Rum Row (Includes .

1 a large living room with membership In Port

l u+ r tso + u.v? fireplace, and a vista of Royal Beach Club) $19,850.00
lawn and trees through slid 116' 34' on Man of War

fg y ing glass doors. Cove. Averages 270' in

I depth. 93' on Rum Row.
Two lake front lots 200

.1U W IS lb $$7 I6 19 110 21 I 22 feet on Alligator Lake and ((28,070 square feet. 6,290
( than halfan
feetj more
I 304 feet on vacated South square

t Lake drive. There are some acre)
t t Building contract and architect'sfee
trees. Entrance and exit by
a' for plans and supervision
private drive. Secluded and
FOURTH AVENUE NORTHTHE restful atmosphere.REALTOR ((2,890 square feet.
y $16.25 per square foot) 46,965.52

Kitchen appliances (Frigidaire stove

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

Lighting fixtures and ornaments 788.39

....., Builder's risk Insurance 122.17
looking north terou the Gulf, this A AC pool CV 1" Riprappmg shore line 504.00
In length) It a popular feature of the Port Rnvsl l finch Landscaping 4,483.81
365 Fifth Ave. So. rlub. pool healed during the winter seat in I Sprinkler system 984.00

PORT ROYALTelephone Utilities 71.00
MI 2-3050
TOTAL NET COST Sales Price S74.354.76rmt
HILDY OLSON, ASSOCIATE T. ....'ch...' may pay .m,fourth .! tai price .t M.11w. .
.. .f purchase end l". .I."c.! 'I" throe squat' ""u.1 pelf'
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Midway 2.5118 wants wdh Int.n' N a, 110' annum 011 the unpaid b.t
On the Cult *t Naples, FloridaYY.IIaLdl.IlaLa.UJLYJLaL.IL.1L a"c. e.I."ce way be propsid .t any limo without" ponalt".

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(, CURIOSITY SUDSED THE CAT LBJ To Attend ALBUQUERQUE' (AP) A
LaLonde began to hear yowling, mother of 11 adopted children
HOBBS N.M. (AP) Mighty, a
Her eye fell on the washer and parked a borrowed car outsidethe
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mighty/ clean cat, it a Siamese
on the glass door County Courthouse and
who lives in the home of Mr. and gaveher
There alt mixed up with bedspreads 15-year-old son Gary
Mrs, Harry LaLonde and likes to moneyfor
and soap and frothy water Honoring St. the parking meter.
get Into the automatic washer.
was Mighty going around and Mrs Verna Underwood went
At least he used to.
arotirJ inside with another son to file
He liked sit inside and look I
to
onde stopped the NEW YORK (AP) Come a Uttering fivein banquet his marriage license and came
out through the glass window in cu..e w ntMifM Mighty Tuesday next, around the shank attended out minutes later to see the car
by the flower of
the
the washer door. from assorted wet items of cloth. end of the evening Lyndon nation's Hibernian Issue Raving.Khen.
Then Mrs. LaLonde put a load Isstreport Mighty was perchedin Balnea Johnson President of With his pipes thus lubricated Oar! got out of the car
of clothes in the wither, walked front of the LaLonde'a heater the United States will celebrate Johnson himself will respond to tl'' deport, the coin, a mannnipi.ilin
into another room for a few showing not the least bit of interest St. Patrick's Day the way the toast "To the President of unJilrtne the tar away.
minutes, came back and closed George Washington did. Mr Lnderuood went back
in any further looking out the United States." into
the door at people from the window in the He will lift his glass and toast Other toasts also will\ be of. the Courthouse to report the
When the door closes, the Ireland's patron saint with the 4Y theft ti' the sheriff.
door of the washing machine fered, but they won't be as
machine turns on Soon, Mrs Friendly Sons of St. Patrick at many nor as magnificentlyworded << She had borrowed the car from
as they were In Wash.Ington's a, i Jtn.nt RI IVuaan Hospital I,
day, when they ran to whc *h? is a nurses aide
as many as 37 and Included
l FREE oo such remarkable gestures as: << Y a z +LI
"May the sons of liberty nev. y BE A 'FRIEND'TO
er want roast beef nor claret."
And: "May' the enemies of YOUR LIBRARY
Ireland never eat bread nor
drink whisky but be tormentedwith

4L And Itching, finally without"To benefit our noble 01SCutcnlnr.J .I I I

selves"
Time and temperance have
DOES IT BETTERWe're
taken
their toll, even on ;A..I "i.
the toasting capacities of the
c ; Friendly Eons of St. Patrick I SELLER Richard Powell of Fort
and bar whisky no longer sells written two novels about this area experts In
for three cents a glass as It
did In the early days of the re. Mrs Phyllis Loxcm, director of the doing shirts rightto
public. These hardships not. following his talk to the Na
IV FTBFRGLASS noT-40 liP JOICSSON M('JUt W TILT TRAILf-H withstanding the dinner this Wednesday night. Mrs Luxem a man's taste!
year is expected to live up to
Us nearly two.century.old repu. to the group (NEWS photo)
tatlon of being as an early history .
COME REGISTER OFTEN of New York put it, "the CALL TilE NEWS FOR
most pleasant, witty and agree RUBBER STAMPSLWANTADS
said.'w
city.able gathering of Its kind In the Meet F

By gracing the shamrock. -
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Texas born and English \ 1JfTHI
descended Lyndon Johnson will
of the Shirts done here comeback
be carrying on a tradition that
besides Washington Includes will finished to perfec
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BYIMPERIAL Thomas Jefferson Ulysses S. \11" \, \. sg tion every time. Call for
Grant Grover Cleveland Theo. Drive \ \1 free pick-up service,
dore Roosevelt, William How. Monday
ard Taft, Woodrow Wilson : The co- &J4'fkJ
SERVICE Franklin D. Roosevelt Harry S. T.C. Col-
Truman and John Fitzgerald
Kennedy. club's ) Naples Laundry

STATION As an organization, the the char- & Dry Cleaners
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick an.
members fOt ,AfT I
tedates the republic. It was ACTION
founded in Philadelphia on the will be I II 1095 5th Ave. So.
) "W. MttRCLOSt": NATLtS,, FLA
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Tough JI will be done. Then get profes. to enable the head to tilt back< Sunday, March IS, 1961 COLLIER COLNTY NEWS 7B
Fight Confronts slonal medical attention. 3. Grasp and pull jaw open.
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I Tips OnBoating Naples E.v.rboatman should havea Keep pen to assure air passage CALL THE NEWS FOR RUBBER STAMPS
working knowledge of the rudl. 4. Pinch nostrils shut, take .
: 4. Flotilla ments of artificial res( iratlon. a deep breath, place your ---
Glenn For Senate < USCGAIt and other manual methods are thumb In his jaw to keep it open).
.07... .nuwAKU. .... -- -BENEDICT- ; would rather have done than ; still considered acceptable for Blow Into his mouth until you NO FINER HOMESITEin
rescurers, the newer mouth.to. see his chest rise.
CAPE
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP))I serve in the Senate. He would would be highly impractical) the victim has been bitten by a mouth method is widely approed.ou 5. Remove
mouth and listen
-In 1940 for
at the age of 19, John i like to have gone to the moon. for Naples Flotilla members of I poisonous snake. have
a good chance to outflow
of air.
H. Glenn Jr. and a croup of Glenn had termed his the U. S. Coast Guard Auxlllan The required in
measure
friends flight revive if you start artlfl.'11 re. ADULT rate Is about every' the central Naples area than the 150 by 100
traveled from their "a beginning, a to attempt the instruction ottlrs'taid these Instances are taught in
stepplng.stonc
home in New splratlon within two minutes. You :S or 6 seionds. feet of lovely lot on the northeast corner of
Concord, Ohio, to i in space, to the moon, to the in this small space. Every standard flrst-atd courses, and have a chance if vou wait '
poor CHILD Is
rate about
see the sights In Washington. greatest exploration of all boatman has the responsibility you may acquire the AmericanRed 10 minutes. But, no matter what 3 seconds use shallow breaths every) First Street, South, and Third Avenue. Just a
They were In the spectators time." to acquaint himself with Cross Manual from the lo. (
gallery proper the time Interval, start breath. 6. If first few attempts unsu. block from the beach. $9,500; term
the
ed day the Senate vote After the initial excitement first-aid procedures. This can cal Chapter. The Snake Bite Man. Ing life into the victim without cessful turn victim side
on
which the Selective Service Act of his mission, Glenn plunged be done through classes given bv un: i Is published b>' the National .,delay. and give several slurp blows
established a system for into the Gemini and Apollo each Chapter of the AmericanRed Sifit\( Council, 425 N. Michigan Have someone else read the bet ten shoulder blades to re.
compulsory service In the manned space projects. He was Cross without charge. A1. \'.. cl i icago, Illinois following steps to you while yOU move oiistructlon.
armed forces-(he draft. liaison The first aid kits board all I'. ,.' instances when
between on
man the astro (or giving work It you have not alread\ Till N DOiTALLOVEl1AGAINRENEW AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS
"The workings of the Senate raut team and overall plan. our boats are for amateur use tit ,1 i ..td, take your time. The ,committed them to memorI \ .
made a tremendous Impressionon ning for the Apollo man.to.the. trd: It should be remembered that average first-aider is not quill
John, an Impression he moon program. there are only three Instances: wd 1 '" set a biokei limb; It Put the victim on his bat k. I YOUR
never forgot," a friend report.ed. Suddenly, at 42, he was an when speed is required: i I' rm: ''I :safer tl) I 11. o the, limb Check to see that vl<'Urn's m">uth/ < 605 Fifth Avenue South MI 2-2124
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"He's been fascinated by It old man in his profession. 1. When the victim has stn i, ''Ul ,'\ ''r .\::ikets, tloln 1'Iear: of obstructs. T7
ever since." He would be 47 In 1969, pres. ped breathing 2. When there t i irel d i u I tho fro; 2, Plate t fOld i 'art, blanket I DURING YOUR
Nearly 22 years later, Glenn ent target date for the first U.S. Is arterial bleeding, and, 3. v ion tur r t It tllrthu: > image et ui ii Ir us' <, ulders BIRTH MONTH / '
was back In the Senate. This lunar landing.In -.- -- _._ .
time he stood front and center announcing his switch from

where presidents, princes and space to politics last Jan. 17
prime ministers had stood be. Glenn said: "It could very wellbe
fore him. just wishful
thinking on my
An extraordinary joint session part to train for another six or
of Congress cheered wildly as seven years towards flights for
I he told of his dramatic adven. which I might be too old."
ture as the first American 1 to i Glennsald he had rejected
orbit the earth, just six days be. "numerous business opportunl.
I fore, on Feb. 20, 1962. ties which would have made mea
Glenn told the applauding millionaire if I had been In.
conjressmen that manned terested In only money," and ?
space flight promises unimaginable explained his entry into nation.
benefits for mankind. al politics this ways awn.w .
"We are just probing the sur "1 have chosen this coursi ,
face of the greatest advance. because I feel that it providesthe
ment of man's knowledge of his best opportunity to make
surroundings that has ever been use of the experience I have
made." he reported. "It Is hard gained in 22 years of government ,
to even envision the benefits service."
that will accrue In many
fields."
Now John Glenn seeks to re. Camp Merri-Mac
turn to the Senate as a member
of that aueust law-making body. Party Planned By

lIe has filed as a candidate
for the Democratic nomination.He Baptists TuesdayA 6'

must win a May S primary Camp Merrl.Mac party will
battle with incumbent Sen. be held at 7:30: o'clock Tuesday
Stephen M. Young. If he hur. night in the new Educational k J>':
dies this obstacle, in Novemberhe Building of the First Baptist / 4 Jv
would face a tough Republl. Church. Parents and their daughters ;
can challenger either Rep. aged six to 16, have been
Robert Taft Jr. or Ohio Secretary asked to attend.A :$E tssT

of State Ted W. Brown.In 16 mm. colored film Camp a
his DOlltlcal debut Glenn
Merrl.Mac, located at
Black
will rely heavily, on the charm,
Mountain, N.C., will be shown.
poise, intelligence and sincerity
The camp Is a member of the 11
which caotlvated millions
around the world after his his. American Camping Association. f, W -t ,+rl
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torlc three.orbit space trip. The camp has four, six and
Although he was heaped with eight week terms. A feature this \

honors and medals; had bridges year will be four trips plannedto I
schools and highways named the New York World's Fair. 4 \ r _
after him, and became a close Further information may be ob.
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friend of President John F. tamed by calling Mrs. Gloria ..yp

Kennedy changed., Glenn sun. Martin, 2-4027. 1 T 'j'r

Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Alan
"You don't change a man like
Foster will be co-hostesse for
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that, commented a close asso.elate.
the party Tuesday night Refresh Yr r
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By RAYMOND J. CROWLEY would regard Brown lightly as t.Itf t.y t t.
WASHINGTON (AP)- -The 74. an opponent. Is he scared?
year old senator a highly un. "I was the most frightened "
usual typeis In the bathroom man on the Ando beachhead In .,{' 1t
adjoining his office, giving him. Italy In World War n," he says. 1 -
self a close shave preparatory "But I'm not scared now."

to having his picture taken. Young, a peppy bantam phys.
Suddenly, the bathroom emitsa ically, Is unusual for several r ,

chuckle, and the senator sticks reasons.In ,..,...;-..
his head out.
a world where the customeror :
"Hey, I've got an idea," he ( constituent) is always right, _
says. "I used to be known as he stands for no abuse from .. t'ae,
Stephen M. Young Jr., but I letter.writers. He Is apt to fire y .
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dropped the junior years ago back notes terming his critics '
Suppose I put it back on my Ignorant of the Constitution and : .
name. We'll clinch victory." the American way. _
The point of the joke is that When he was elected to the f' ,r' ,.
the senator faces ex-astronaut Senate In 1958, he spread on the '
John H. _Glenn Jr. in the MayS record a list of his stockholdings, e ,- 7
Democratic senatorial primaryIn $234,000 worth. .
Ohio. If Young gets over that If you call him a Horatio Al. :
hurdle he will face In the No. '"
ger type, he will deny It. Ills ? a
vember election the winner of father, Stephen Sr. was a coun. { .
the Republican senatorial prl. ty judge and pretty well off.
mary, U.S. Rep. Robert Taft Back home In Puckerbrush .
Jr., or Ohio Secretary of State Township flow part of Norwalk, .,,:
Ted W. Brown. Ohio the future senator nev.
Talk about being behind the er knew poverty, and he says ft*
eight ball. Some people think that If he had had to work his
Young is behind two first the way through college, he never .
astronaut and then perhaps a would have made it. :
Taft and this Is not to say he Young is proud of his record ,;4;. man

New Dealer, Fair Dealer, ; : ; 1.i
WATCH NAPLES GRO*' Kennedylte, Johnsonian Demo. &..Jtt *, _

460 ft. Trail frontage crat. He has been boning up on
John Glenn, preparatory to the
$100,000 behindJSaHk

72 Acres Naples' bay fray.Young stands S feet 8. By

playing doubles tennis, he had
$300,000, his weight down to 154 last sum. With tahpeis and slide rules draglines and dynamite rigs .
5 tre* 1 rr4to from Sold- mer. But he It "a pushover for
en Catet $1,250. pumpkin pie" ami *o the weighthas airplanes and accounting,( machines, the men of Gull American

G H Luff Raj. R. Eo He crept has been up to working 158. out on a I Land Corporation are accomplishing modem! ,day miracles

11II Broker machine In the
weight-lifting Honda, today1! U 'I I his linn' it a graduate
421 9th St.. No. down Senate to gym 154 and again.he hopes to get :: : : : :
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: study
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NATIONAL BANK community, dolden (rate. IS road miles from Naples, on the burgeoning Florida Gulf Coast

OF NAPLES D J Six years ago another Man: Behind the :Miracle planned Cape Coral, Honda \\aterfront/ Wonderland

Others are taking up where he left ofF transforming his blueprint imo the roads, waterways,

complete homes, 'lactories, shopping! tented and playgrounds of America; most talked shout) new community.,

located just 13 road miles toiuhuest of Fort Myers 0 There are user S UOoItn: Behind the :Miracle
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da COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March IS, 1964 a determined bid to secede
Birma Socialist State After from Burma. Bowling Standings MEN'S CHURCH BB BonitaNews ,
That situation has to a certain Methodist #1 71 33
measure been reversed, but CONTRACTORS PL Assorted Christians 66 38
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much is still left to be done. Metalcraft 31 1/2 16 1/2 Methodist #2 56 1/2 471/2
Read theWant Ads
Two Years Of Military Rule Ne Win has placed all his Boat Haven 311/2 16 1/2 Christian MensFellowship
hopes In a Socialist program to Moon's Masonry 28 20 45 1/2 601/2
"create a new life of economicand RAE WEAR
RANGOON, Burma (AP) New discipline Imposed on socialist justice" for Bur B & B Builders 27 21 Emmanuel By for this week'smeeting
Two years' military rule ha.;. Burma's civil service has ma's masses But Ne Win's Daley Dlst. 26 22 Lutheran 39 1/2 641/2 Hostesses
of the Bonita
firmly established Burma as a brought about some results, but critics say his efforts to do too Firestone 24 24 E. N. Methodist 331/2 70 1/2 SpringsWoman's
held
Socialist state. morale has dropped. Conditioned Air 21 27 Club Tuesday
Building much too quickly could bring
1 Buying or ; Gen. Ne Win's rule Is stern Horse racing and other formsof more pain than gain to the Stone Builders 20 28 NITE OWL BB night were Mrs.Pearl McManusand
but not fatal. Those defying his gambling have been banned masses he has pledged to help. Naples Supply 18 30 Conditioned Air 541/2 231/2 Miss Peggy Poehner.
s authority are not shot or tried and those found breaking the Alander & Sons 13 35WOMEN'S Sea Treasures 44 34 President Mrs Ethel Benett
but are kept under "protective rules ar. dealt with severely. NO MOVING PARTS Chessers Wash Introduced a guest, Mrs. Della
custody." His two years of Ne Win's BUFFALO.: N.Y. (AP) 0' Mat 42 36 Schafer, and the door prize was
CHURCH
antenna PL
Ne win's purposeful drive to. rule been good or bad for hasketball-xize space
Lula
awarded to Mrs. Laun.
ward socialism and the deter. Burma? capable of scanning 60 trillion Christian Daffy's 551/2 441/2 Ingrams Chevrolet 41 37
111 Mesdames
mlnatlon of his 14.man revolu. Ne Win's detractors find much cubic: mile in a split second may Emmanuel Grants HI 1 401/2371/2 Reported were
I tlonary council have not wo I ito criticize. result from studies being made Lutheran 53 1/2 461/2 Grants #2 38 40 Agnes Wolcott and Lavina
cheers from the easygoing Bur. Socialism has disrupted nor. t rn scientists of Sylvania Electric Holy Bowlers 52 1/2 4712St. Bank Of Naples 35 43 Beal.
I mese. Ne Win seems to sense ,mal channels of trade resulting.; Products Inc. Ann's 50 1/2 49 1/2 Anchor Lounge 34 44 It was voted to have this
this. He once told an ambassa. in shortages. Curtailment of The investigation being con: Trinity HI 1 47 53 Trail Cleaners 311/2 46 1/2 year's bazaar on December 5th.
don "After 15 years of political private trade has caused a ducted under an Air Force contract : Trinity #2 43 59 Naples Federal 291/2 48 1/2 The annual Easter Hat Parade
misrule, the Burmese have lost shortage of Jobs. The press Is concerns the design of an will be Tuesday night, March
their sense of purpose and are expected to toe the governmentline. electronically steerable millimeter ROCK 'N BOWLERS- SUGAR'N SPICE BB 24, when many new creationsare
prepared to let things slide. wave antenna with no moving 35 promised and anticipated.
Holland Paprlkas 69
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Now is the time to tighten our In fairness it must be recalled parts. The study includes then Salley Another In the series of afternoon
Caribbean 681/2 361/2
belts, girdle our loneyls(sarong that Burma's existence as a I possibility of placing the tiny Realty 66 38 Sages dessert card
I panics
Independent state Carousel Drive In 61 43 Nutmegs 60 1/2 4111'2
) and get down to work. was Imperiled system in space vehicles. will be held
This the Burmese have found when Ne Win took over. The Millimeter waves are radio Fuller Industries 57 47 Cloves 58 1/2 451/2 Wednesday March
hard to take. ruling party had split Into two waves one to 10 millimeters in Wonder Garden Rest 56 48 Dixie Crystals 55 49 18, with Mesdames Marguerite
( For instance, Ne Win doubled bitter factions. Graft was ram. length which can be focused: into Ace Beauty Shop 53 51 Cinnamons 541/2 491/2 McEwan, Mildred RIggs,Esther
I yearly loans to farmers to $60 pant In government service. The intense narrow beams to trans Wiggs & Maale 52 5V! Gingers 53 1/2 SO 1/2 Craig and Miss( Hazel Drewas
Representing Various million this year, then warned economy was stagnating with mit information. Their use permits First Florida 52 52 Allspice 53 1/2 501/2 hostesses. The public is
\ Insurance Cpmpanie* that every cent would have to foreign exchange reserves slid. substantial reductions in MarkFore&trlke48 52 Rosemary 45 59 Invited for a donation of 50
and Saving* & loan* be repaid. In the past, loans to Ing dangerously low. Ethnic mi. power requirements size and Modern Masonry 45 59 Sesame 11/2 67 1/2 cents Table and door prizes
farmers writtenoff. nority groups, taking advantageof be awarded.
were usually will
weight in comparison with conventional Imperial pharmacy 30 74 Peppercorns 54 70
the confusion, were making
equipment. Golden Anchor 26 78 Sweet Basil 30 1/2 73 1/2 Games were played Tuesday
night;! with awards going to Mesdames -
Incomplete
MERCHANTS BB Caroline Mezger Polly

COFFEE 'N DONUT -PL Naples Marine 481/2 29 1/2 Pollokowskl, Laun, McManus,
Sugar Donuts 74 26 King Insurance 45 1/2 321/2 Frankl? Frederick, Joe Bender,
HomeOne
Luxurious
Luzlanne 62 38 Yahl Bros 44 34 Dorothy Stanton, Opal Carroll,
Schafer, and the Misses Ruth
Expresso 56 1/2 43 1/2 Roses Texaco 42 36
Sanka 46 54 Ed Davis Builders 42 36 Banker and Elsie Cochran.

Holsum 44 56 Kwlk Chek 411/2 361/2
Maxwell House 43 57 Dunbars 40 38 BE A 'FRIEND'TO
Beechnut 43 57 Marhoeffer #2 371/2 401/2 YOUR LIBRARY
Folgers 311/2 681/2 Isle of Capri 37 41
Fuller Industries 33 45

BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL Naples Priming 29 49 '
BEACH
RENTAL
ospreys 65 35 Marhoeffer #1 26 52
Seminoles 60 40 FIRST FLORIDA CLASSICBBSub Directly on Gulf Beach,

Panthers 54 42 Sub Divisions 69 35 attractively furnished,
Pot Holes 52 1/2 47 1/2 Acreage 68 36 ir-conditioned and
White Herons 50 50 Financing 64 40
Bob Cats 49 47 Consultants 60 44 completely equipped
M Cators 47 1/2 52 1/2 Estimating 53 1/2 so 1/2 modem beach house,
Razor Backs 43 57 Real Estate 52 52 ready for immediate

Swamp Rats 42 58 Designs 471/2 561/2 occupancy after 1 lit
Air Boats 33 67 Developers 47 57 1964. living
Planning 44 60 April, Large

BOWLERETTES PL Investments 42 1/2 611/2 room with open
Pampered Poodle 64 32 Construction 41 63 fireplace and screened

Nap. Floor Cov. 631/2 32 1/2 Cooperatives 34 1/2 69 1/2 porch overlooking the

Brehms Atlantic 491/2 461/2 Gulf. Four bedrooms,
Faber Hair 46 1/2 491/2
three baths electric
Stone Builders 46 1/2 49 1/2 DRINKING IN PARADISE ,
Sunoco 44 52 kitchen with all modem *
Jim's
CENTRAL CITY, Ky. (AP) -
Flame Lounge 40 56 Visitors to the Tennessee Valley n conveniences and

r + as ti. im rib iw Nicks 30 66 Authority's steam generating appliances, including 2
plant at Paradise never have to with
TVi cable connection.
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CONSTRUCTIONEERS BB worry about pure drinking water (
Townsend Produce 71 37 The fountain it supplied with .
First Florida 63 45 distilled water from the system Contact your brokeror
of Naples finest homes is now offered for sale complete except for personal belongings. For those seeking Swayers Carpet 61 47 used to supply mineral-free water Call MI 2-4763

the ultimate in gracious living here Is an opportunity to purchase a home at far below the actual cost of duplica Conditioned Air 60 48 for the plant's boilers.

tion. Some of the features Include: 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room with separate dining area, full carpeting House Naples Electric Federal 59 59 49 49 '

throughout living area, complete electric kitchen, separate laundry with washer and dryer, covered porch openingonto I Sunshine Market 51 57 PIANO INSTRUCTION

screened lanai, free form filtered swimming pool with fountain, end fully automatic underground sprinkler I Richard's Roofing 50 58 Certified Member MTNA A DMTNA
system. Win Turnern 46 62 Beginners to College Preparatory
Allied Paving SO 58 Downtown Studio
Naples Police 39 69 Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197

Beach Cabinet 39 69.
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Brehms COMMERCIAL Atlantic 66 BB 42 I FLY NAPLESMIAMI
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Wimps Texaco 59 49
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this commercial building for $8 per t Blgleys Radio 58 50 New Year Round Daily Schedule
iew"Y Palm Lake Tr. Ct. 57 51
foot and the land freel I This well I tcJ'rl!RTT t ra square get Pauls Texaco 57 51 Naples To Miami
situated CBS building is divided Into three County Engineers 51 57 '
stores measuring 17' In width each by 60' In Anchor Lounge 48 60 7:45 A.M. 1S30] : A.M. 3.45 P.M.

length. In addition to this there are three Publlx 46 1/2 611/2 Miami To Naples

smaller storage units at the rear of the lot rte.! j ,. Troplgas 35 1/2 721/2 9:00: ::> A.M. 2=15 P.M. 5:00: P.M.

measuring 17' wide by 36' in depth. This .
'" WOMEN'S CHURCH BB Connection and Reservation to say point in. the world
building has just been completely repainted 1 1srror s Christian Pinheads 43 35

end is in very good condition. Dlablos 42 36 NAPLES AIRLINES

Mixed Christians. 38 40 Naples Airport Contour 3 Miami AirportMI
Gutter Dusters 371/2 40 1/2
Methodist 37 41 2-3454 NE 4-5811
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ment 209 of the Washington from Sum)tay, March 15, 1961 COLLIER COL'NTY NEWS 9B
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Mississippi years ago
I Of Cabology'Part Park Homes, a high rise public as a stockyard woolpuller and Spring HatsFor Debsj -.1
housing project on East 63rd hlde-grader. He became so pro. CONE WITH TIMES TOWER his name be chiseled in atone
street flclent that at times he made MttORK AP) Chariest near the seat corner high" above
: William Lindsey has the floor. $295 a week. .. (. Thotlo'v dream lor immortality the aidewatk.
Of War On PovertyBy He Is an enormous man, weigh Six years ago, when Willie L tl ,., has keen nhori-iiriuited bv the Allied Chemical Corp., which

Ing 340 pounds. That's 37 pounds was 38, disaster struck. His em.ployer 't ..., N'fw fork building hoom.ThitUv recently bought the tower and ia
ARTHUR EDSON heavier than when he played pulled out of Chicago, who hAd his name rebuilding it, tried to retain the
CHICAGO AP Congress, "many Americans_ football at Mississippi Vocation. and left Willie behind becausea UMvi.n., in OIJ Lnglikh, I Ivllvr two-hm atone bearing the in.crip-'
( ) Never live the
was on outskirts of hope i
there a gayer al College, and later, profes. new robot could do the Job on the aide of one of New York' lion but failed because of engineering
ceremony.The commencement some and because of their poverty, slonally, with Calgary in the better and cheaper. Willie end. famous landmarks, the Time problems. Nevertheless
some because of their color J
37 graduates dressed and Canadian League. ed up on relief. Tower tae a .Huh. ,\\ enufloruit the company felt the Thorley
In all too
their best, beamed. many because of Like many a former athlete, He was personable, a six.foot. \... and real atllt operator atone was so much a part of
Wives
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looked on proudly. A both."Our Lindsey found fame hard to er, well who in 1110 1 : +old the site at the Times Square they engaged two
340-pound task
Is
alumnus gave a wise and their to help replace cash at the bank, and he woundup but no employer looked at him Jit corner ol Hroadwux and .JJrul St. artists, Ann Parker and Avon
witty despair with opportunity.We ,
speech. Teachers said nice shall not rest until that war here with a wife and three more than once. ',' j ," ,,,, t. to Adolph Oxh. then Sy'rk Neal.toreproduce; the old English
things about their students. The Is won." children, on relief. "You see," Hilliard says, Time owner ,,nd! {1'llhl"II" r. who cnpt on a Japanese rice paper
He got Into the cab driver "WUlle had second-grade edu. ) I ,
students praised the But the a IuI":11"i: I I'\\ 'r rubbing one of the oldest forms
faculty. even experts disagreeon "
Coffee and cake stood what school, discovered he liked cation. lit "!'1',1,1| m ,the died\ Ih it of art.t .
tempting.ly should be done, and by hacking, and so now Is back as Willie's case Is not unique '
by. whom. Others, mostly among Exhibit A of what can be done. 190,000 persons In Chicago are : ; TRRIL'S RIPPED U P... C
Then came the moment all Republicans think Johnson Is ttP
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"You fellows who haven't Is \
that
functionally
Illiterate; \ .
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were waiting for. OI.J
Diplomas for completing the than more poverty.concerned with politics worked In a lone; time," Lind. they can't read simple dlrec : I 1\: \ \WAND\ DUSTY TOO- ; ->
sey says, "You've got to have tlons or Instructions. I
Intensive three.week course In For this field Is Incredibly .
faith In yourself. Get the fear Hllllard \ ExcTED.1Jfiy
"Fortunately, says, GEr
"the Institute of '
as the theoretical ca.bology complex and controversial, and out of your mind. "these adults are turning out to ", -< .../ )i\ r.teTTHAT'S;;
program grand.ly major cites have problems that .
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put It, were awarded. The seem to defy solution. "Ladles, I'm glad to see you be amazingly educable. 'lOTHIN6NEW.ko. ."
here. Ladles, don't let your hus. When them.
speaking
among "
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graduates, all on relief and Chicago has several pilot pro. band fool you. He will get paid selves, the poor use the Initials Tina'* cleft and "Natallna" (right) from Mr. John's nw \.
most of them Negroes, were grams, hopefully designed to / lINES
ready to make their own way get the poor back on their feet. every Thursday. have ADC constantly. They don't spring and summer <-oll "Fellows remember
you bother to since all
explain they
as Chicago taxi drivers. So, let's return to one of the fta\ colored flowers on *tr w,
5,000 competitors, and there'salways know It means Aid to Dependent
A small thing, perhaps, But more successful attempts, the 20 empties In front and Children. ?
many of those closest to the cab drivers' graduation ., .
cere.
problem think that If President mony. 20 grand empties feeling behind.to But be It's In.a the Many of the protests against ,. ') 1: .;: *\ '::V '> ,+,>:"'1' i,: "" .'i:' '>' ffi11 jIJ lllil.I .\ :. '
relief aimed at
are
r program
Johnson Is to make much prog. This Is the 27th class run by "
dependent. those living ADC checks For
on
ross In his war on poverty, it the Cook County Welfare Da. I
this Is the world of broken
I will be In carefully planned partment In cooperation with But not too many new cab !
battles such as this."Unfortunately the Yellow Cab Co. The exercises drivers can be absorbed even homes and Illegitimate childrena I In Beautiful Port Royal
way of life condemned by all.
," Johnson told are being held In Apart. In Chicago. Tens of thousands of
Jobs requiring minor skills are Here, alas, business Is boom.
needed, and the experts say Ing. Hllllard figures that : .
FOR LEASE IN HOWARD JOHNSON BLOCK that In this day of automationthe years ago Chicago had 55,000 }.k. ON GALLEON DRIVE
ADC children now there are '
Jobs simply don't exist.In ) V e A .r 4
Cook County 276,000 people, 184,000. f
or almost 6 per cent of the pop. Although Hilliard Is enthusl. "-, 4
ulatton receive $16 million In as. antic about the President's -'.' I
slstance each month. Eighty plans for war on poverty-he es. ,
four per cent of those getting peclally likes the Idea of train. ...;,', I Ii
government aid are Negroes, Ing camps for unemployed ?:
To Raymond M. Hill lard, Cook young men-at best It's a slow ."
County welfare director, falls business Chicago Is training :i
the awesome task of trying to 22,000 men and worn;;., as cab .
break the chain In which a drivers, kitchen help, .filing sta. .; ,
family stays on relief genera tlon attendants, hospital aids, j -, /
tlon after generation. Although maintenance men, yard work. j I rya' "
EXCELLENT TERMS to DESIRABLE TENANT Hill lard bubbles with enthusl. ers. It's trying to teach adults It It"'I' ,
or asm, he Is the first to say that how to read. i r -t\
After studying the from .-
every year his difficulties seem poor
Will subdivide this prominent oration( Into : .
to be Increasing. Maine to Hawaii, Hllllard says
small bazaar with 10' x 12' air conditioned shops "nilteracy Is the bedrock k "
"Chicago Is the fastest auto. \ .
for $43 to $65 per month with all utilities. Area mating city In the country," lem of poverty prob'I': H. 1 ,
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surrounded by 150 motel I rooms.Burton Hill lard says. Once those with go." \, '
strong backs, and little else, Here comes the Irony of the ( 1'"".'!'
Bros. could work In the stockyards or poor. At a time when It can be I ,. 1W
steel mills, but no longer. dramatically proved that train. F
921 3rd Ave., So. Phone 2.5208 HUllard likes to tell the storyof Ing Is essential, youngsters con. ; ,
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loft COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March IS, 1961 dents of the home have two ,mot Young People' Think"'
"grandchildren," and lord It Help Students
missions Now they

H.S. StudentsAdopt wanted ing.good-wlll something more challenge over They the others.started their program Teens Eager to Visit World's Fair, Entering Pre-college workshops College are of. '

They found It, after an intensive with a smashing birthday party tered In Florida and other states'
Oldsters for all, and are now going on each summer for students with
search But Doubt Get N. Y.fly
They've "adopted" 53 oldstersIn to help meet individual requests Many They'll to academic deficiencies or those
and entertainment wishing to better prepare for
for recreation _
a local nursing home, and already Lowe, guidancecounselor
I college, t:; c.
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In Cleveland The venture also brought together ElCFNF ClLBFRT
the old folks are benefit. I at the Naples Senior
an 65-year-oid man and ,
President, 0 School announced yester.
Energetic at Parma ing from the gay exuberance of 1- High ,
teen-agers visitors. hi.I 16-year-old great-niece, Gilbert ottth Ktifiirchno.. rlav.
High ScoM' in Cleveland were their monthly whom he hadn't seen since she Lowe Inexpliinlngtheprogrijn.said ;
casting around for a yearlong The teenagers are membersof was a baby. Young people across the country "Several colleges In
project of service to others. the Parma High Senior y. __ are looking forward eagerly Florida and other states offer
They'd done the usual of ho'!. Teens, 72 in number. Galileo first detected sunspots to the New York World's Fair summer programs to Improvethe
Since they outnumber the nursing shortly after he built his telescope academic skill of students
day carolling, visiting children's in 1610. opening this spring who would ordinarily not qualify
home occupants, some resl-
homes and other occasional
for full college acceptance be.
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Mn ty-one per cent of the 1210 cause of their academic deflclen.
> - t teen-agers interviewed In our :rw cles. These students are those
otherwise to have
who appear
latest survey say they're Inter. y
the potential ability to do satis
& & Acres ested in seeing the Fair, although 1 factory work
High Dry Foot-age
only 56 per cent think "The program usually covers
they'll actually get to go. improvement of specific! acade.
200' of Trail Frontage with 300' depth, high and dry, West of Southeastern t The boys are more confidentof mic and study skills and levelof

Natural Gas and the new GMC Truck\ Sales site East of the Courthouse, less attending than the girls Elgh. 1 academic achievement This
Includes library usage, efficient
than 2 miles from Naples City Limits. Price $75.00 per front foot, liberal ty-three per cent of the young methods of study reading;

terms. men think they'll get to attend, outlining, note-taking from texts,
I but only 44 per cent of the girls ... and collateral reading; and from
f are planning the trip to New lectures. The students are taught
I methods to better their use of I'
York u time and scheduling activities,
fi 23 ACRES EAST NAPLESIdeal The World's Fair-as might be speed-reading for slow readers, ,
expected-holds greater appeal basic mathematics, and basic
I ) location for deluxe trailer park or small housing development. Located for them than state and local English. rhetoric, writing,

o between Guilford Acres and Tamiaml Heights This parcel Is a steal expositions Only 26 per cent and vocabulary building
I i s "The English program usually
at $600 per acre Terms. usually attend their state fair el covers the fundamentals of En.
I I and only 43 per cent turn out gash grammar, a functional and
Call or See for the local fair. practical approach to expository

\1 If the young people's expectations writing through writing of theme
papers, emphasis on instructionin
come anywhere near true,
.. proper usage plus structureand
the New York Fair will have a --- -- -- -- style calculated to create

larger teen attendance than the Most teens know about the Unisphere, s: mbol of the Fair and are eager to see it. reader Interest. This phase is

J.I." /N. UP1J1T l' .t1i30r'//lfC3 one In Seattle, since only three Intended to stimulate and build
per cent of the boys and girls and 21 per cent of the girls say agreed with Chris Bostrow, I1!!,,, Freeman, 14, of Torrance Calif. the confidence of the studentIn
visited the West Coast exposition this was their favorite exhibit. of Minneapolis, Minn, who says, "It would be a bore, and too his ability to express ideasIn

630 Filth Avenue, South ((8 4 Other attractions were the pea "It would be a very educational much money he said. "Students cogent and who effective complete English.a pro.

Phone MI 2-5359: Those who did attend the ple and the foreign pavllllons. experience" Several others supported Club Plans gram of this type will advance
: Seattle Fair were most 1m- When asked to explain why Margie Mayleas, 17, of considerably in ability to do col.

or 2-5249 pressed with the space needle they were Interested In attending New York City, who wants to Ladies Night On lege level assignments.is available at
the "This program
Fair "to
visit the see
- ----- Seventy-nine per cent of the boys the World's Fair, many teens several l colleges for high school
St. Patrick's Day
achievements of people all over
------ and those stu.
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the world." Members of the Naples Lions dents who will enter college in
Some said the Fair would bea Club will celebrate St. Patrick's the fall." *
unique experience which Day by entertaining their wivesor Further information may be

Come Out To 'shouldn't be missed, and others ladles sweethearts night at 7 at o'clock their annual Tuesday gained by calling Lowe at the high
school guidance office, Midway
stressed its value as a look Into night at Baronl's Re tau.
the future. rant. Dinner will be served 2.6121.I __________
promptly at \9 o'clock, accordingto FITTING POST
"The advertisements about It
Jack Rothfuss, Lion's chair. SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Frank)
and the history of the Fair makeit
man. Fochr, new superintendent of San
sound Interesting to me," says All Naples Lions and visiting I rancifito's, parks, should feel
Jane Collens, 17, of Worcester, Lions with their wives and guests right/ at home in hm Job lie was
Mass will be welcome, Rothfuss said. horn in a city I park.
Because of the dinner meeting, when his
ROYAL HARBOR The science exhibits and pro The event took place
the luncheon meeting
regular parents were housed in an Army
jects attract Benny Wiley, 15, which would ordinarily be held tent in Hamilton Square Park,
of Bowling Green, Ky Tuesday noon at the Piccadilly refugees from the 1906 earth
Those who said they did not Pub will be cancelled, he said. quake and fire

want to visit the Fair generally I You THINK THE BEgr1Es'et1

VISIT THESE MODEL HOMES TODAY indicated anyway they, and couldn't so didn't expect want togo I GOT THE BEI/r ?

to be disappointed. They agree %<** S\ THEN Vou 'R E IN STYLE .),;

with Imelda Hurm, 16, of Evans

r.I vllle, Ind., who said, "It will br INAN'R.IRJ4'E .SE9 J? .
too far away to even think'sbou .

I J' R tI attending" FL /tIlltLES l//?LINES
There were a few teens wh
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MaaazinesBy ,-... ,

BERNARD GAVZER price, generally from 25 centsto
Associated Press WriterA 75 cents.
teenager on his way to 3. They can be found dls.
school stopped at a candy storeto played on open racks In drug
load up for the day. stores, supermarkets, termln. .
He had a soft drink, cot a als, newsstands.
pack of cigarettes, four candy 4. They are sold In practically
bars and three magazines, 35 every town and city In America.
J? M r cents each.The There are many general-inter.
cover of one magazine est, hlgh-fashlon, dlgesUsUe
showed a snarling brute at a venture, nudist art. physical
Nazi torture room whipping a culture and entertainment pub
nearly-naked red-haired girl. llcatlons which contain photo
The second had the photo of a graphs or drawings of nudes.
nude girl, most of her body ob. Scarcely an eyebrow raised. 4 4i1r 4r
scured by a block 'type. The "If a news magazine or a
third featured a story labeled fashion magazine publishes a
"Phony Surgeons Who Stalk nude fifUre'within context of a
Our Operating Rooms." specific event or theme, we cer.
These are magazines which tainly are not contending this Is
L3SPRING are called smut publications.The a move toward smut," say a -
$1.05 spent by the boy district attorney who has prose. f
I L 0 0 K From may seem a pittance. But along cuted dozens pornography- and
pone" comss this black straw with hundreds of thousands of obscenity cases. .,
cMktail hit featuring a high other teenagers and adults, the Charles H. Keating Jr., Cln. ri:1
dimes and nickels clnnatl attorney who is cochair. -4t
crown baited 'In white chiffon and spent on such
magazines, books and other ma. man of Citizens for Decent Lit.
rah Tyrolean cut crystal J.w.l.'ery terials ranging from offensive to erature (CDL), says: "It may
' completes the enaemble hard-core pornography make It seem silly to say you can tell :
a major Industry. which are objectionable Just by
RecreationCalendar It is estimated at $2 billion a looking: at them but it is true.I Ofici' ,
don't want to sound cue a

year.This Is more than was spentIn witch hunter or professional
1962 at all the movie box of. bluenose, but these magazinesand
MONDAY flees ($882 million), at all pro. paperbacks have a quality
about them that seta them
fesslonal, semiprofessional and
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1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens amateur baseball, football, aside. There are perhaps 80 or
meeting Woman's Club. hockey, basketball, tennis and 00 general distribution magazines w' i
1:30 p.m. .. Adult tennis other sports entertainment ($1.9 which Introduce the high .1 1
das?, beginner Gambler billion); or was collected by the schooler to a world of Lesbians w k
Park. makers of clgarets, cigars, pipe homosexuals, sadists, maso jfr %
2:00: p.m. .. Senior Citizens and chewing tobacco ($1.1 bll. chlsts and other deviates."
shuffleboard Cambler Park. lion). It Is more than was takenIn The CDL is a national organ.
4:00 .. Beginner tennis by the radlo4elevlslon Indus. Izatlon whose sponsors Include
p.m.
Cambler try ($1 billion). prominent clergymen, political
class Park.TUESDAY .
What sort of magazines are leaders and government otfi. ,
ciaik.
these? How are they produced? dais. .
9:30 a.m. .. Senior Citizens Who buys them? There are four major catego.
chorus practice Woman's One side says such materialIs ties of magazines In question
Club. smut. It argues that such Slicks-There are about 40 tl.
.. ties most of them trying to cashIn d 4 .
1:00: p.m. Senior Citizens magazines Introduce the teen. 4 3
bowling Brookside Bowl. ager to a world of lesbians, on the success of Playboy,
4:00: p.m. .. Advanced ten homosexuals, sadists, maso. considered a man's magazine
cists and other deviates. and not on the CDL smut list.
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nis class Cambler Park. v--
730 .. Adult tennis The other side argues that The slicks are printed on glossy 4
: p.m.
Park.WEDNESDAY. such material acts like a safety paper, use color, tend editorial.
class Cambler valve. It is in this way that all ly and pictorially to appear Lr
hlgh-toned. The major feature lathe :
sorts of sexual feelings are .
2:00: p.m. .. Senior Citizens harmlessly dissipated. photo essay showing an at.
shuffleboard Cambler By legal definition, these tractive, young, shapely girl.
Park. magazines are not pomograph. She is nude.
, THURSDAY ic. If they were, they could Men's Adventure-These usu.
4:00: p.m. .. Intermediate quickly be put out of business or ally have lurid aotion-type cov. tb
tennis class Cambler Park. driven underground ers with sensational, eye-catch. i.
. FRIDAY Since they are not: Ing titles. There are at least 25 %

19:30: a.m. .. Adult tennis 1. They can be purchased by different magazines. The art
class Cambler Park. anyone regardless of age, sex and text tend toward depleting
or mental condition. or describing physical brutality, 1 t
1:00: p.m. Senior Citizens 2. All that Is needed Is theWEARIN' perversion of all sorts,generally
bowling Brookside Bowl. concealed in a tighUversus-evll

struggle.
Body Builders These purportto
be devoted to developing
bulging biceps. Many are thinly. I
0' THE GREEN veiled publications aimed at Harbour House Port Royal elllc In foreground. Privateer IV decked ol the loot of our lawn. Port Royal Poach Club and lull of Maileo
homosexual ,In background.Wide .
Nudist-This used to be the
province of the nudist groups.

Sunworshlpers ly had the sexual depicted appeal general of a and deep, ocean-going, salt waterways..at the foot of your lawn!
Tuesday It St. Patrick's Day, And Naples And herd of rhlnosceroses wallowing

The Country Are) Greening Up In Honor Of The at the mudhole. Now the air
Good Saint And The Advent Of Spring. The brush has been put away, and And that's only port of what Port Royal offers to those who have a fondness for salt water and

Vernal Season Is A Fin. Time To Buy Real Estate young ly models, attractive, are shown nudists with, most.clear uncluttered beaches, together with the Ing assurance multitudes.that these will| || never bo Invaded by the tour.

And AD O'MILLER ASSOCIATES Have Some and uncluttered detail. a-./

Darlin' Properties To Show You. Whatever Your CAS STATION well-established are provided by deed not conversation
AUTOMATED 1 1. Port Royal is a exclusive
Wishes We Can You Realize Them So Come.
Help CALVERT CITY Ky. (AP) residential community comprisingover 13 No property sales are made except In
By Before You Buy.HANDSOME One of the few fully automated
gar stations in the world operates 90% of the southernmost two square Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit

VIRTUALLY NEW CBS real. seven days a week in this industrial miles of Naples, with 143 families In to Port Royal and seen us in person. Andno

dark with three bedroom and two bath on Sixth center. residence and many more homes build sales are made to persons other than those

Street, North The vital statistics also include a It furnishes propane gas at ing this season. No promoter's dream of who have been accepted for membership in
sizable living room, dining room electrically equipped wholesale prices to many of the "
"what is to be. the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
Priced
kitchen, large Florida room and a garage chemical plant

at nCoot and, if desired mortgage arrangementa can Each tractor-uailer driver 2. Work started more than ten years ago. It committee

be made by purchaser.A caries a small, perforated card was continued without modification of the
which ia uaed to trigger the pump
REAL CHARMER at any aeaaon of the year and to mark the charge on the original l vision until:! it became the reality it 14 The foregoing are not "rules and regu

ia the house on a landscaped corner lot on Third Street, bill. is today. lations" which in any way tend to limit your

North I( offers two bedrooms, living room, diningarea In IS minutes the driver can complete freedom to the livability which
kitchen and Florida room A garage could have his lank loaded with 9,000 3. More than 6Va miles of boulevards which enjoy
of
easily be converted into another bedroom and bath, gallons of propane wind along the beautiful waterways were laid Port Royal offers They are measures pro.

and a carport constructed where a service porch now 'i out and paved, exceeding the standards set by tection designed to guard against any encroachment
stands unfurnished with lovely decorator YOUR on pleasure and anythingthat
fU.OOO ; your
the State for its Also
primary highways. proper Card room and lounge nt the Port Royal
furnishings Included the house can be purchased for PHARMACIST I drainage was provided for every foot of Brach Club. might tend to depreciate your investment.

$21,000. Compatible, congenial neighbors are something
SPEAKS.. boulevard. Of course, all facilities such as property can be members. To them, membership .
LOOKING FOR AN INCOME producing prop. BY Naples dry water the finest in Florida is given without charge with the purchaseof that money alone cannot provide
trty On large well landscaped lot on Weat f"
a I C1ENEMcLAIN electricity, telephone, television cable, etc. are their
home property.
Lake Drive stands this furnished two bedroom ,
with living room dining area. Florida room and electric ,..1
kitchen TV and Magnavox are included 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Club
.. 4. More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Coconut facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the
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Zoned multi-family, the lot ia large. enough t4t accom.m.odate in Florida and equalled, perhaps "
-it. Indifference palms,and other exotic trees were movedin is unsurpassed finest places to live in the United States, We
the construction of income praduclng rental congenital
America's
units behind the houae. to pain fa a rarity to line the boulevards and other land.areas. In only a handful of more are confident that you will agree if fine

which has Intrigued the distinguished restaurants homes, luxurious surroundings, congenial
5. Port not "lots Theyare
SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES medical world for some Royal properties are neighbors, superb climate, and deep salt
time. Male and femalesseem large, interestingly shaped private estate I 11 I. Every home> in Port Royal must be de. water at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you
e ATTRACTIVE RIDGE LAKES home on Sev. to be equally afflict sites. Properties range from one-half acre to signed by an approved architect and built for

eath Street North Three bedrooms living room ed by this strange Immunity several acres In size its owner. Though there are homes in Port We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

fining room, .,.tOodate kitchen, porch The house which often I II discov. Royal which cost several hundred thousand inquiry at our office Harbour House -
la centrally heated and air conditioned Clear well ered only by accident. 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on dollars It is possible to become a resident of Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive One
water and sprinkling system ....000. Little U known about its deep, wide, oceangoing waterways which ,
investment of block east of Gordon Drive
for minimum approximately -
Port Royal a
cause. It is not related to connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and
GAY AS A SPRING POSY, the colorful. Carot. the relative lack of ...... intr.coastal to the 10,000 islands $55,000, including property, residence _...4__ a' __ .'_
eel' Drive-In the North Trail offers a unique op.portanity waterway In
en thin of the mentally re. and landscaping. Properties range
business the south
to
well equipped
to buy a thrlviag. larded and its subjects price from $13,200 to $45,009, apart from
The price of $S5,000 Includes a two bedroom CBS f
be {Insensitive to
also foot
boat the
home Check with us may 7. You literally can dock your at building costs
the
the of property
on rear
taste and smetL Itching
of lawn if boat is a 90-foot
your even your
bout the particulars.EICELLENTLY. is providednow
I I. a nuisance oftenbeyond 12. Every possible protection

SUITED for he** industry n rieDte. Family yacht. and for generations to come Only singlefamily

or a warehouse U the commercial building opposite Incidence la the excep. 8. Port Royal's Beach Club is on 425 feet dwellings can be built, now or forever

Hllhouae on a Urge Radio Road lot in East Naples lion rather than the rule.left of white powder sand beach, directly on the No speculative building Is permitted; no cooperative

It contain 4,800 square feet 4,100 on the first In some quarter Gulf of Mexico The Club itself is a "gem. apartments; no commercial buildingsof
been
and advantageous handedness has men
floor and second HUM .
7M tH kind. required between residences
either Space
thmed II an accompaniment like structure without peer on coast any
terms can be arranged. of this strsofe affliction. or anywhere in between' said an eminent Is 60; more than the highest zoning

1Ittttoeiee4 Journalist. It was designed by John Volk of requirement in Naples. No overhead electricor

/ld Come to think of it. we. Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross
make It a perfectly pain
homes except underground.
Florida. streets or enter

lea crlptiens chore filled U hv at NA.pre. (This applies everywhere except In the two Looking across ;the; A.At1. pool(75' l"in esth)|

PLES PRESCRIPTIONSHOP 9. Memberships in the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve list l* s popular feature of the Port Royal Beechf

M4.8 where. service !I. not for sale. Only owners of Port Royal years ago) Many other sensible protections Club, (pool l is '.fated Jutln| the wiater jetton.) 1' I
605 5th Ave. South quick sad sure. When you

= MI 2.2124 are In need of medlcatta
prescribed by your pby.'

ITSELF LET AD rician try NAPLES PRE-
NAPLES SELLS
SCRIPTION SHOP 771 PORT ROYAL .INCORPORATED

ILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY" 4th Ave. North. Phone MI
Florida Telephone Midway 25118t
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way to help pay for Olympic ex. special training and to tend
( Buy A Towel Help Beat penses," Carol said. 'But It Is teams abroad."
our way to keep our teams free Mrs. Jenkins, 24, a brown
from government control. We eyed, honey-haired blonde whp
are wholly dependent on contributions spurned lavish television and
Russians Skater UrgesNEW and campaigns such as movie offers in marrying anotq*
this, because we are true ama. er Olympic figure skating champion .'
'I .b.t t ; &, teurs. Hayes Alan Jenkins, has
'1'ta3G'tLlr ltl9e rI''r YORK (AP) Buy a fit Uncle Sam and the Olympic "If we are to remain strong just returned from the Winter
towel and help beat the Russiansin effort. and stand off the Russians, who Games at Innsbruck where she
the Ol>'mplcs. Anything we can do for our are getting better every year, served as a television commen.
This Is an appeal which should 01>'mplo teams at this time Is we must have money to pay for tator.
stir every red-blooded AmerUan. verb Important," she said todayas .. I
Coming from prett Carol she draped a dozen of the
) Heiss Jenkins of Akron, Ohio, It red, white and blue Items around
becomes almost Irresistible.She her shape shoulders "We are WESLEY G.DOWNING.
..1 r.r Is the baker's daughter being challenged! as the world's
from Ozone Park, N.Y., who outstanding sports nation. We
rose to be the greatest woman need all the mane' we +an get" Realtor
figure! skater In the world and The towels are one of the
queen of the Ohmples. Her only man means being used to fl.
Interest In towels at the moment nance the U.S. Olympic drive,
lies In hou much they can bene currentl being pointed to the
i r- :__ Summer Games at Tok\o Oct OUTLINES "A WAY OF LIVING"IN
SLIGHT OMISSION 10.24 where the big opposition
will come from the nationally ON THE GULF
CHESSEE, S.C (CAP) Mrs. NAPLES- -
subsidized athletes of the Soviet
Lynn Watson Jr. sent out for a Union

hamburger, and when It arrivedIt The huge towels, color of Old HARBOUR CLUBV.
looked pretty tempting, complete Glory and bearing the Olympic
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with lettuce, onions, mus torch, have been placed In the Carefree living In one of the finest and mOlt
A REEL PRODUCTION is being made 'hrough the co 'f I/O to seven years and will be available, on a free tard and all the trimmings The nation's department stores. For' luxurious Co-op apartments In Naples. Ex. \
everyone that's sold for $3.95,
operative efforts of the Naples Chamber of Commerce has IS, to r 'vie clubs, sportsmen's groups, schools and only trouble was, the restaurant a buck goes Into the Olympic tra large apartment overlooking Exceptional swimming furolih.Ingt .
and Johnson Outboard Motors, a division of Outboard all other organized groups as well as for TV distribution owner had forgotten to put+ the treasur)'. pool and garden patio.
Call for appointment
4 whose through the Florida Commission'sFilm meat Inside the bun. "This may seem like a silly tOn
Marine Corporation, testing station provides Development I .
I Naples with one of Its foremost light industries It Library, Naples and Collier County will obtain ----t t ;;' ., -

takes a whole host of people to film and participateIn nation-wide publicity pointing up the major recreation ; Naples Bay, Aqualane ,I

the scenes of "Naples Rediscovered, as the picture features of the area boating, fishing, swimming, this isf JPthe Shoies A real buy In a 3-
above would Indicate: The )15 minute movie which fun and relaxation bedroom, i bath home, large screened porch with
will result should have a useful distribution life of \ r' breathtaking view Large boat port with sun deck.
i *& Beautifully furnished
'1 F ranees Kelsey, who kept thall. nadian backgrounds The Unl t ,-TP- s45.000WESLEY
; domide off the U.S market; Cy. verslty of Toronto has 8,000 -1 ,
100 Professionals Migrate rus Eaton, Elizabeth Arden, PI. graduates living In the United
erre Salinger, and entertainers States, 800 of them teaching in tiE G.DQWN'ING.
11 from Guy Lombardo to Mort: American colleges. \ ( jJ
SaM to Paul Anlca. In the last three years some ,
To U.S. Daily From Canada The real problem centers on 200 scientists have moved south (4' mam :
the thousands of young, talent. across the border each year.' ""' I :
\ ed Canadians lured south by The figure! for physicians and ,
By FRED COLEMAN earners in the migrant group, promises of higher salaries and surgeons is about 300 a year. best buy Inthe10,0001slands .
OTTAWA (AP-The cynic's 25 per cent are professionals or more room at the top. The> There are more than 50 Canadl. Realtor
definition of a Canadian Is: businessmen drain or professionals prevents ans on the medical faculty at Here are 36 acres of high land on little Marco Island
someone who has turned down The problem Is not new. The Johns
needed staff Increases at Ca i Hopkins and more than
a chance to live In the United 1960 census showed that 3.25 nadlan hospitals, universities 20 in teaching or research postsat This includes 900' of beautiful beach and extends 1400' 706 5th Avenue, South. Across from
States. million U.8. residents were el. and research laboratories: the Mayo Clinic. First National Hank In Naples Fla.Ph' MI 22179rarl
Professionals no longer: turn. ther Canadisn-born or the off. In education along, Canada The 1960 census showed 5,679 deep to the Inland Waterway. Hundreds of virgin
Ing down that chance are a spring of Canadian-born par. has suffered a heavy loss to Canadians studying at U.S. un.
The could add 16 Sabal Palms make this ideal for sub-dividing, $72,000
problem In Canada As In BrlU @nt. figure America's gain iverslties. Many can expect of. Aeeodstea
aln, it'. called the brain drain. per cunt to Canada's population. Dr. J. E. Wallace fers of higher salaries in the :
Sterling, ( available
terms ). Phone MI 2-2452 nowl .
About 100 Canadians migrateto Canada still benefits Indirect. president of Stanford Unlversl. states and will not return to I I.. t're Erwin G Downing
the United States every day. ly from thp work of Its more ty, Dr. Henry Tavlor. former Canada, Rufus i'. nurnham
Most remain there Of the wage prominent expatriates Dr,'president of Sarah Lawrence f Wilson Dyches Realtor
College; and many American BE A 'FRIEND'TO
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