The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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partly cloudy tonight and Wednes IJ'c tUt Iar. 1M 2:38 8:27 1:32

day Low tonight 60 to 65. High oilier 1"\) 1!' 31; ( 9.-01 10:20

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northeast winds 5 to IS miles an ounl 7 \, tJA one t r Naples Bay

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40th YEAR-NUMBER 164 8 Page 10 CENTS ,

t'tr i. r 1' fl City Ha l Empty l I.

Petitioners Want HearingRookery }

j Only 10-eersons Show

Road r

Bay 1r For Public Hearing On

State's Election Laws

:hate :eti. Elmer O. .Friday lion supervisors lowering the
OppositionNaples this mor ling urged citizens:: number of voters per voting
keep abreast of developments machine from 600 to 500, and
r In the field of election laws. looking Into the statute setting

Only about 10 persons, Including a five-minute time limit fora

attorney George to the State Road Department Persons In the group Vega county official, attendedthe person inside a voting booth.

Vega, who Is coordinattngapetitton next Monday In Fort Lauder- represents Include owners of well publicized hearing held} "The state Supreme Court
affected property and people at City Hall. has Indicated that If state elections -
campaign agalnstthepro.posed dale.The interested In conservation of the '
Rookery Bay officials for enforcement -
secondary road In the proposed lie made this comment while press
road (see map), Is No. 4 on area which consists mostly of of this time-limit
said this chairman of
Cookery Bay area, t acting as an open
uninhabited salt marsh and t ,
morning he hopes the County 'he new county priority list. JuIv meeting to hea r suggested chan- law, the court would declarethe
Commission will hear objections Last year, Vega notes. It was mangrove land Interspersed ges In election laws. With law unconstitutional" Friday -

to the road at a special No. 11. with waterways. ; Friday were Rep. James L. said
also said he has ask-
meeting either Thursday or "We've. had a fantastic response Vega -r": Walker, Naples Mayor Archie lie said the committee Is
ed the Chamber of Commerceto
b Friday without any publicity. call of its ; Turner,and City Attorney David sympathetic to; would-be voters'
a trans-
In a tocomrnlssloners, Vega reports on the petition and Splngler, Friday Is a member complaints that they have onlya
Donation conservation
Vega requested them to call campaign. He said this of a Senate committee which limited time to vote, and they
the special meeting before morning he does not have any committees to discuss the road. t has election laws within Its are disfranchised by voters who

they hand over the new Collier available estimate on the number province spend an excessive amount of

County road priority list of signers so far, "but Buzz Berson Wins the time behind the voting booth
we should have a flock of names "If you citizens, by your curtains. Any proposed Impairment
the commissioners Public apathy, allow laws to he pass-
to present to Exchange of the right of everyoneto
5 Final-Day ." ed which tend to make party a secret ballot Is headed for

The road, extending south Speaking ContestBuzz machinery more easily grasped trouble In the courts Friday

Candidates In from Kelly Road, runs about IB by one, two, or three peo noted
10 miles south and east, skirting Berson, In competitionthis ple, It would be your fault
morning with seven other more than ours," rlday said.
Rookery Bay on the west
County RacesLast Joining SR 951, the Isles of contestants, won the "American The qualifications\ of candi- Parking ReportOn

minute qualifiers for Capri south of Road the, about Tamiami three Trail.miles Citizenship Contest," sponsored Public Speaking annually ,6 _.( yfaq+: r .,7 ., i 'k'I a k dates lain ,Is expeclally a determining party(actor office The AgendaFor

county office this morning were by the Exchange Club. ; In the "continued course of
E.P. Frltchey of Immokalee, 'SAUSAGE" The contest was held before 4ta7BIG : political parties In this coun-
at the the assembled student body at _."- ------- "
running for sheriff against E.A. Vega glanced proposed ty, state, and nation, he added Council
Doug Hendry Mrs. Lillian highway on a map attachedto Naples Senior High School. CROWD WATCHES George Osce- than 7,000 persons from Dade, Brow- .

Miller, Candidate for school one of the petitions which Berson won the$75 first prize ola wrestle alligator Saturday at Everglades ard, and Collier counties. Gator is Dut If laws are altered to City Council meets tomorrow

board In District 2. running he had In his office." "It looks offered by the Exchange Club Conservation and Sportsman eight feet long and about 60 years allow control of party structure morning consider,amongotheritems
against two other Democrats; like a sausage, he said. this districtIn and by a small group, "Flor the off-street parking re.
said more
and will represent wild at Monroe old Osceola Story
and S J. Kleblne, seeking the The group Vega represents the state-wide contest. Second Club hog jamboree ida will have Its share of port of the Fifth Avenue Association .
office of constable in Justiceof opposes the road because, according place and $50 was won Station. Two-day event drew more pictures on page 8. (NEWS photo major political\ scandals" the of merchants.

the Peace District 3. to the attorney's let- Liz Van and third senator predicted. "Vve can't This group asked Council a
Miss Wyk,
filed ter to the commissioners, "we by month ago to spend $89,000 to
Republicans afford that of control.
Two more place and $25 went to Miss Humphrey Hurls type tracts of vacant land
It would Baker Quiz buy two
Believe destroythe
for office with Clerk MargaretScott lie noted that Florida Is "In
Alexa Olson. within a block of the Firth Ave.
this morning, boosting character of this unspoiled the throes of being converted
number of GOP candidatesIn area, which serves the Cityof Students in the contest were 'Smoke Screen' the Dut nue shopping area. Purchase
the Breaks to two-party system this land and conversion of the
office Naples and all the surrounding permitted to select topics relating Up MdTherr
the field for county he cautioned that"the cupidity property into off-street parking
to four. areas as a major boating, to good citizenship or of man transcends party affil lots would alleviate the down.
Spencer B. Allendorf filedas fishing,and recreational area. the American way of life. Ber- In UproarWASHINGTON Charge At Dixie iations. town parking problem consider
a candidate for tax collector The road Is opposed on the son chose as a topic"The Question ably, the merchants' group main

and Charles R. McCool added reasons that "it Is believed Is?" and related this to AP) A WASHINGTON (AP) ---Sen. DISAPPOINTED trine
filed for the office of super- It Is financially unfeasible the attitudes of American peo- scheduled showdown meeting BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hubert 11. Humphrey accused Friday said he expected a Council .\lso 'will award the
and that It would obviously ple. Southerners today of ''PulllnrDixie contract.* construction of ad.
visor of registration. the' future of the Bobby turnout It this morning -
Murphy Combs a candidatefor destroy natural resources Superintendent of Schools on Baker investigation broke up TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) The rabbits out of the hat" to larger s hearing. A spectator dltlons to Water Plant No. I

county Judge and Doyle and Is a road that goes W.D. Reynolds, a member of today in a rash of angry state Libyan Chamber of Deputies divert attention from the key ventured that. If Friday was and a water pumping station InEa.t
unanimously authorized the provisions of the civil rights Naples A contract may be
for a out of Its way to lead to Club and chair- mints with no definitive
Kopp, who Is running the Exchange government Monday night to but looking for a big crowd, "you awarded for clearing of eight
seat on the School Board from nowhere. man of the Education Committee decisions start negotiations to liquidate That was the Minnesota Dem. should have held this hearing lowJylng lots The City asked

District 4, filed previously.The The petitions Veflo has distributed presented the checks to the Sen. B. Everett Jordan, U.S. and British military basesin ocrat's way of describing a in lmm1. only Republican office- state that the following winners, and Invited Berson D.N.C., presiding over the In. Libya. speech made Monday by Sen. the November election In grown vacant lots, but Council
holder In the county, Commission petitioners request that the and Mrs. J.D. Roan speech vestlgatlon before his Senate The chamber warned that II Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., pro. Immokalee precincts preci- pared the list.Approval .
member Wesley G. DownIng proposed road through Rookery teacher at the school, to attend Rules Committee, overrode Re negotiations fall through It will posing a $1.9.bllllon: program to pitated a lawsuit, later dis Is expected of an
said this morning he had Bay not be built as shown on next Monday's meeting of publican objections and re. adopt legislation canceling the try to equalize distribution of missed. agreement with the Board of
decided not to run for re- the attached map." There Is the club at the Beach Club. cessed the hearings until he can base agreements Negroes throughout the United Among the suggestions madeto Public Instruction for city wa.
election. "I 1 can't afford to room for 31 names on each petition reply to what he called attacks Stales proposed changes ter service to the new Sea Gate
The Judges of the speech contests "involvingthe LIBREVILLE Gabon AP floor for Friday were elementary school. At Monday's
and said he has distributed from Republicans ( )- Humphrey, manager
explain- Vega
run again, Downing several of them with were Mrs. Francis Ford integrity of the committeeand President Leon Mba rejects the the House.pas sod bill, toldnewsmen in the salaries of reglstra- meeting, the school board agreed
ed.The J. Kent Harrison and F.E. my integrity as the contention of some French real. he did not blame Rus. without dissent to the City's pro.
deadline for filing was reports that some already are Ackerman. chairman." dents of this West African na. sell for trying to "send up thla posal that the school board'pay
at noon today. completely filled. lion that the United States was smoke>screon.M Cigarette Sales $8,934 as Its share of the $70,.
involved in a recent plot againsthis Russell said he made his re. Banned In Kansas 000 North Naples water main
M t\J\ regime. location proposal in complete project, which will have the

_., _____ 'MltNO WATI.wlt "Nothing permits to deter. sincerity State Colleges school at its northern terminus
It 1 ,.. ...........t..' ._,A ....'. IOrt"t..... mine that the United States Ills main point was If each Two appointments) to the Zoo.
i1 I. "' ..,. ,... t. "." 'A ,.... ... .. played a role In the recent state were to achieve a Negro MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -'tog Hoard of Appeals and one
..... IRI. events Mba said Monday of of about 10.9 The sale of cigarettes wu to the Recreation Boar are ache
f per
II 1 eT f... ,, ,,"I.... ...... ...... ".... ,... t. last month's putsch, which un. cent population, the national average, banned Monday on state.operat duled to be made. The Parks
was ..... .../h Nn r.e I5I
I" Nap NI seated him briefly racial conflicts might be appre. id university and college cam. Doard report, proposing that the
rL .eIRpwy clably lessened. pu.... City establish "Flelschmann

/ t. t."MM Cutlpeh h ,In.. .. DAR ES SALAAM, Tanganyl. At present, he said the per. When the rule goes Into ef. Park" near Water Plant No. 2,
I ...... ,... .. ka (AP)-The llonmen of Slngl centage of Negro populationruns will come up for discussion City
TM .. .I. ... ...,eeI ... .1 I."AU feet In 30 days there 'will be no
y M ( IM/1 p e.MI M.t..MN1 W,. tA.. ... .......1 ..........' .- da, who kill and scar their vie from 42 per cent in MI,. effort to prevent .moklng-only Manager Vlnce Wood will give
I p '. N"4M time with claws, are reported slsslppl' to one-tenth of one per the sale. Cigars and pipe tohac. 1 progress report on the capital
N active again cent In Vermont and North improvements program
I not affected
co are
The regional commissioner of Dakota.
Slnglda in central Tanganyika
M v/ N : 0'- appealed to the public for coop:

t 1j j r e rat Ion in stamping out the
cult, which springs up every
few years In the district

1 .;;: FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) A
E group of integratlonlsts planned
: M R ,, ,: a prayer service today after i'
t spending their first night in the (
It gallery of the Kentucky Houseof
Representatives as part of a f
2' I, ? 7 sit-in and hunger strike. i
I, r 1II 1\ _
The desperate move to force r
n-/Ass' ', passage of an integration bill in
I. Ii_ t "' '-1 the dying days of the legislature

Itl, 4 V .;' took state officials by surprise

1 .w HAVANA (AP) The Soviet

1 Union signed an agreement 1
iU Monday to give Cuba a $15.5 ,
million credit in 1064 and I960
for equipment and spare partsto
be used for irrigation and

It Province.draining programs in Oriente AlI sit ,, jf: 1c

.. The Russians also will supply
technical assistance, including '
Soviet technicians. I \

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.. ., LONDON (AP)-Queen Eliza, -.L -- --
: beth's husband, Prince Philip,, NEW CONCERT DIRECTORS: (Left to Howard L Taylor, Mrs. Clarence

t said Monday night that it's un. right) President Merrill H Boynton welcomes Tooke and Mrs. Henry B. Wat-
fair to make fun of British cook.
Mrs Clifford R. Nelson, Mrs. kins, Jr The Nominating Com-

f+ ing."British food is something Elmer F. Straub and Dr. Frank Lovellto mittee, which included Mrs. Harold

.. r1a like a small child," he told an the board of directors of the 1965 Jester John Bryam and SpencerB.
ft 1:1: .. annual dinner party of the Cook.
: ery and Food Association.: Naples Community Concert Association Allendorf (chairman), presented the

sIr "When it's good it's very very at the annual members' meeting following slate of oficen for 1965,
good but when It's bad It's ab. board unanimously accepted .
,. It solutely awful." held immediately after Saturday's con. and new
/f f 1I President Merrill H.
1 cert. Board members re-elected for them:

11 Ie i iI, SEL1CMAN, Aria (AP- another term included Spencer B. Boynton; first vice-president Mrs.

:III 12" t ,.. : -P' : .? Travel on busy U.S. 66 wu halt. Allendorf, Mrs. Richard Bechtel MerrillH Henry B. Watkins, Jr.; second vice-
Monday by John A. Pulling secretary
ed for five hours a
r 1 John Robert W. president Mrs. ;
h : dust storm that reduced ,...Ibll.tt7 Boynton, Bryam
to zero and caused three Coxey, J, Stealey Elms Leonard lath. J. Stealey ; treasurer -

t/ll/. Mores pass \ .. .ft: accidents involving 19 vehicle. am, Mrs James Lulejian! Mrs. S. C. Mrs. R. Clarence Tooke; Publicity -

Rookery Bay Nine people were hospitalizedin Ogburn, Jr., Mrs. John A. Pulling, Mrs. James luleian.| (NEWS photoa )
Petition opposes proposed road (heavy line) through area. Williams Ariz.

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, March 17, 1964 J Also Ask Written Report On New Teachers ,
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I 23 Homes Razed As Fire : School Board Wants More Information

el Sweeps- Throuah w, LA Area Before Granting Continuing ContractsThe

Fire officials, rechecking the
said at least 23 homes -
damage, credentials will be made
winds which whipped three available
rag the following -
were destroyed, and seven bad. County School Board at credentials at
brush fires into a destructive to members, Reynolds
ly damaged yesterday's meeting upon the board meeting.
holocaust subsided today, glv. said under the
of thee No deaths were reported. Several ?-? ,1 recommendation of Superintendent Doard members appeared to arrangements
Ins firemen hope getting agreed upon.
upper hand over the blazes. firemen were Injured flghU W.D. Reynolds, renewed feel In accepting the responsibility
The winds were down to !rag the blaze In the rugged can. e contracts of about 200 administrators of appointing teachers
( around 35 miles an hour early: yons and ridges.Thousands supervisors and they should be acquainted with MONEY
t The board
today, with a Weather Bureau of homes were teachers In the county public qualifications. Member Sara also went along
It' forecast of a further drop. evacuated In areas near the two schools. Jones pointed this out. and E. with the request of Reynoldsto

=:. Fire officials said that will major blazes adjoining Burbankand xl : .. The board, however, did not Rogers acreed. The transfer $10,000 from the
Glendale, about 12 miles George contingency fund, add It
of to
permit use planes dumping contracts for J7
IIJ north of downtown Los Angeles grant
flre-retardant borate solutionon y 500 budgeted for library books'and
.. ln[ teachers who were eligible
Oil fields
were endangered by > r
the hot spots north of Los spend that amount for new'books
,I Angeles. Planes dould not be the other fire, near Newhall. (or this type of teaching ten Austin Showing during the
Fire officials pinned hopes for t ure. The teachers had been coming school
used when the winds
rusted as high as 100 m.p.h.The stamping out the blazes on be. recommended by Reynolds and Closes ThursdayAt year. Reynolds said this purchase
I multimillion-dollar fires havlour of the hot desert winds h f the school principals for continuing will raise library facilities l
lashed through expensive sub. that have reached gusts up to -- contracts, type of con Harmon to a high level recommended

urban residential areas border. 100 miles an hour since the fire ; tract offered after three yearsof Its final days in NaplesIs by the state.

lag Glendale, Burbank, Pasa. started about 5:30 a.m. Monday ; T satisfactory service. A the first Florida one-man The board agreed tohlre BoI-
dena and Newhall. Sparks from power lines ton 1 McBryde as architect for
teacher with this contract Is of paintings by the
( exhibition
l The fires scorched at least downed by the howling winds ? protected- tenure laws and American artist the new elementary school to
10,000 acres >In all. were blamed for starting sev. t -1 distinguished go up In Immokalee this sum
be relieved
cannot ofdutywlthout -
the Harmon
eral small fires which quickly y' Darrel Austin at
+ and
mar McBryde board
Joined and raced over the brush. special proven charges and Gallery, 1258 Third Street members
News From covered slopes. Is entitled to a public hearingon South. Occurring simultaneously agreed to use plans drawn

Officials called the blaze the a the charges. In New York is Austin's for the Sea Gate Elementary

RecordsCHANCERY worst in the area since the Bel The board also accepted biennial exhibition at the Perls School, plus six additional i t

County Air Brentwood disaster des. w transfers, leave of absence requests Galleries, a major event of the clas s rooms.'t/
troyed 484 homes and caused an ,., and the resignations of N.Y. art season. Under this arrangement Mc. .

Sallie Elizabeth DOCKET Turner Den. estimated 1961. $25 million damageIn LIGHT FOR THE BLIND Naples Lions exhibit of the bulbs which are being 15 members of the school staff, currert The Harmon Gallery showIng Bryde said his fee would be ,
4 1/2 of
nls Lee Turner divorce. About 800 men and ITS piecesof Tom Walker, left, and Herman Korsold this week as means of raising the reslgnatlonrto[ effective will terminate this Thurs estimated per at cent the cost,
the end of $400,000.
at the The
Irene M. Bell vs Paul Bell flreflghtlng equipment bat. fanta, co-chairmen of the, \jilght)! bulb funds for club's sight-saving pro. Those term. day to make way for the openIng board moved to accept McBrydeas
divorce. tied the blazes but crews report. submitting resignations of the t'mberto' Romano show
Carole Lois Presley Starling ed they could do little except committee are here seen preparing<< an gram. (NEWS photo) included; John F, Franklin on Friday, March 20. the architect, but delayed

vs Roger Larry Starling. try to save homes along the ,-- pyscholoelst; James G. Dlf- While the New York Austin action on the fee pending further .

divorce. perimeter. Board fenbaugh, principal at Naples exhibition[ Is scheduled to con- negotiation.
The community Savings Bank of Hundreds of dwellings were Appeals LBJ's Poverty Program Junior High; Herman H. Austin tinue through April, It Is already .
Rochester vs J. E. Bennion and saved as firemen and residents Shies Away From prfnclpal-teachet at Tommie reported to be almost sold Teachers Study
Bobble 1.. Bennion foreclo. stopped the flames Just short of Barfleld; and the following
sun their property.The Setback VarianceThe teachers: Dorothy R. Mackey, out each, the Austin traditional showing at the Code Of Ethics

COMMON LAW DOCKET tlnder flames-dry ripping brush sent throughthe billowing Zoning Board of Appeals Designed To Aid Young Nancy Mahan, Mary Ellen Mc Perls Galleries since the firstIn For Profession

Bruce Doyle vs Linda Weeks .. towers of smoke swirlIng on Monday shied away Kay, Hazel D. Calder CharlesJ. ... .v.iaj.fl_, .In.. reply tn _an n ohvlous --- TALLAHASSEE
r auto negligence southwestward over Los An. from creating a nonconforming WASHINGTON (AP) Con. the population is not enjoying DeMay, J.oh''! !!. McMlllon question gallery owner code of professional(AP and) ethical- A

John W. Campbell and James geles and bench communities. situation, and recommen green trained a questioning eye the country's prosperity. George F. WallaceAfariehlalTory Harmon pleasantly said that standards for the teaching

T. Gaunt vs Raymond M. Wall The turbulent winds prevent. dad denial of a proposed 15- today on President Johnson's Nobody argued against that Lulu A. Austin, Patricia so far, he was unable to make Cession In Florida was under pro.
ker (dba) Lake Wilma Fruit Co ed use of aircraft often used to tn the antipoverty program as It began position. But there was so much Cotton Philip t.. Larson and the same report from Naplesbut study today by a 19.membercommittee
foot variance front-yard
unpaid note. drop Rre-retarding borate solu. an uncertain journey throughthe evident dissent to the methods Joyce Long Smith. would be happy to be of public school and
Duro Bros., Inc., vs MagnusG. setback on a corner lot. legislative mill. Johnson proposed using that it very
Brinkman Judgment.Joe tlon.One helicopter caught by a Asking for the variance were Democratic reaction generally might take the full weight of Juanita Tomllnson, teacherat placed In the position to do so. college. teachers and admlnlstra.tors. .

W. Smith VII buck Noble violent gust crashed but the Mr. and Mrs George.M. Calt, was favorable to the plan the presidential pressure to pust Immokalee Elementary, Is During the past 24 years
Under law
and Marie Nobel distress pilot and two firemen aboard who plan to build on a 100 by President submitted Monday to through even a portion of the retiring.ASK Austin's works have been acquired 19G3 a passed by the.
Legislature teaching became
for rent. escaped unhurt.Russians. 195-foot lot at the corner of pick up a number of previously program this year. for the permanent collections ,In
Samuel J. Leiser vs. Jack Gordon Drive and 19th Avenue considered proposals, add some Senate Republicans alreadyare WRITTEN REPORTSThe of the major museumsIn won the a profession consent of the Florida lawmak.and

Roland. damages May South. The latter street Is a new ones and wrap them up on a record against two of board In delaying Issuance the United States and for a ers to set up Its own standards
into a $902.5: million program the major proposals in the of finest
Charge Yank platter 40-foot street that of continuing[ contracts large number private and policing of its ranks.
MARRIAGES aimed primarily at assistance to catchall -ft youth con.
program asked that written reports from collections In this coun-
The committee under chair
has been built ,
Charles Monroe Shaw Clear. never .
water, and Bamona Clydell, Wll. Fliers As Spies The applicants asked to have needy young Americans.Republicans, wary of being servatlon Johnson as corps a Jobs Corps renamed, and by s the principals, stating reasons try and abroad. Art critics man Phil Constans Jr., of Titus. I '
the teacher Is worthy of acknowledge Austinone vllle planned to
son, Naples. BERLIN (AP)-An American permission to build within 15 tagged with opposition to any national service corps patternedon why generally complete .
James Madison Russ and Eli of of this unbuilt Instead would reduce tenure, be furnished to board of the "modern masters". work before the end of the cur.
filer injured In the downing feet street, measures that pov. the Peace Corps. Both ol I I I
nor Tatum Manes, Myakka City a U.S. reconnaissance bomber of the usual 30 feet. erty, nevertheless found little these measures have encoun. for review. The reports will As one critique In American rent school year and offer It to ,

David Surrency Hendrix and over East Germany last weekis But they said they could build that was new In a program tered stiff opposition In the be reviewed before the next Artist magazine stated; "Few members of the profession for

Mattie Short McCoy, Miami. reported In fair condition but the house on the lot and observe some of them regarded as House, where a Republican board meeting and action will will deny that this painter has adoption.
Al'd Francis
cllle E. Nigh, Naples In of this the board Johnson's political chances in often calls the turn on legislation the contract offered than all but a handfullof Commission, as the group Is
him.An light, ,
Air Force flight surgeon November. of this type. yesterday to those teach his contemporaries here and called, also planned to hammerout
recommended denial of the
visited Lt. Harold W. Welch, 24, appeal Peace Corps chieftain Sargent rules for teacher preparation,
$200 Damage As ers eligible for continuing[ contracts abroad. The article concluded
because there was no hardship' the PresIdent Put 3 Million evaluation of beginning teachers
of Detroit, In a Soviet military Shrlver designated by % Is of the one year type. with the statement "Darrel ,
Cars Crash HereA hospital at Magdeburg, East and because approval! as his personal chief of and standards for remaining In
Austin Is a modern who hu succeeded
Germany Monday night He re. would create a nonconforming. ctatf to direct "the war againstj Pennies BackIn The bpard.asked Reynolds, the profession.,
car driven by M :j.. ,Barbara ported Welch had. fractures of situation. City Attorney" David poverty"' was listed as the first In the, (future ,furnish board" as-few moderns have.
J McKay R. 2 NaplesT' and one the right upper arm and uAPerand rSplngler >cautioned, the board <,-witnessaa' the' House ,Labor CirculationATLANTA members with' 19 credentials of Iff creating an lit that Is legIble
driven by Frank R. Brenner, 609 lower left leg, as well as against establishing a precedent Committee moved to consldera. Ga. (AP)-Nearly teachers recommended for and has meaning to those 18 TeachersIn
Tenth Street, N., Naples, abrasions on his left thigh, right by "cutting core flea of the overall presidential 3Vi million pennies are back in ape who, throughout the years,have
away your
collided at the Intersection of and proposals circulation today. pointment. Reynolds objectedto to retain their Alice-
hip right lingers ner-lot setbacks." Corner lots managed Iowa Town
i4 Central Avenue and Eighth Street The Soviets refused to give Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of More than 11 tons of coins col. this request on the groundsIt In-Wonderland delight In make-
at 9:13 o'clock Sunday morning any information on Capt. DavidI. are considered tohavetwofront Minnesota, the assistant Senate lected by some 3,000 young peo. would delay appointment of bellrte and fantasy. Not

Mrs. Me Kay,who was driving Holland, 35, of Holland, Minn yards. Democratic leader, predictedthat pie of the Seventh-day Adventist teachers as much as a month, to be sure, can follow everyone this Quit In RowPLEASANTYILLE
In a westerly direction on Cen. and Capt. Melvin J. Kessler, 30, Complicating theboard'sdeliberations members will cooperatewith Church In Georgia and East and time, In many Instances,
tral Avenue had slowed almostto of Philadelphia who parachut.ed was a June 1958 Johnson to end the "con. Tennessee were brought to the Is Important In filling a class poet Into his strange world, Iowa
a stop, while Brenner was with Welch when their RB. decision by a previous Zoning gresslonal delinquency" he saidit Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank room In an emergency and but there are enough who find (AP-The people in this little
making a right turn from Eighth 66B was shot down last Tues. Board of Appeals granting the had displayed in the past in Monday. teachers to sign con It so Irresistible that there Is rural Iowa community are wait
Street, North, at the time of variance to the former ownersof attacking the problem of youthsthe They had been saved by the he said. a purchaser for Just about every tag to see if they will have
the collision, according to the day.Communist sources have Indl the lot. No reason was stated President said now are Adventist youth In a three. tracts, canvas Its creator can pro teachers for their two schools

police report. cated the three fliers might be for this action In the old "condemned to a life of poverty month "two million penny" It finally was agreed Rey duce." next fall.
Damage to the McKay car was tried as spies. board's minutes and the which they, !In turn, will pass on campaign to raise funds for a nolds could continue to make The Harmon Gallery Is open The once-peacpful town has
estimated at $150 and to the to their children." music building at the church'snew been divided by a controversy
In the from
as dally 10 5
8 appointments past to
previous owners never followed except
Brenner auto at $50. Officer Dies During Democratic leader Carl Al. Georgia Cumberland Academy which mushroomed since the
Boy furnish the board with the and
the board's action and but Sunday, on Friday
up eveningsfrom
made the
,! George Dampier In* bert of Oklahoma urged the at Calhoun, Ga. new school board majority tired
vestlgatlon for Naples police. Track Meet; Sister built. House to pass the President's _. 7 to 9. the school superintendent In
James A. Freeland, 1189 Royal Given a routine go-ahead by bill and not let down the poor. -- January.

Palm Avenue, reported to police Two Hours Later the board Monday was a proposed He said It was an "Intolerable.Ituatlon Eighteen of the 34 teachers
that an unknown driver backed ST. AUGUSTINE (AP-A 15. roof sign for the new that fully one-flfth of ,, turned In their resignations and
Into his car about 6 o'clock year-old boy collapsed and died Texaco station on the Trail said they will not be back after
Sunday night while he was park. during a school track meet here south of the Naples Shopping the school year ends. Of the 14
ed at Broad Avenue South and Anne Hedden Gets remaining teachers who are sup.
Monday and about two hours Center. The board stipulated !
the beach. The driver of the
posed to return their signed
later his 14.year.old sister suf. this sign shall be the
only oneIdentlyln
second car left the scene with. Teaching Post In ( contracts by March 20 only a
fered a seizure and died.
Texaco products at o0 4s i}
out giving his name or address few have done
to Freeland's Parents "of the children are the station City Council will Arcadia SchoolMiss r so.
Damage car was l "N 4 t A new school superintendenthas
estimated at $100. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Martin. pass on the ZDA's recommendations not
i been does
Anne Sharon Hedden,1960 hired but he
Martin Is a postal employe. The ,
Martins have no other children. tomorrow. graduate of Naples Senior High take over until July 1.

._- School and a graduate of d, The Iowa State Education As.
M Georgia Southern CollegeStates soclatlon, a professional teach.

CountyCourt Now 2 lo 1. ed girls' physical education In. members, has upheld departing
NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER structor in DeSoto High School Supt. Fred C. Nus and the re.
in Arc+dla. signed teachers in their claim
IN THE MOORfNGSMI Miss Hedden !Is the daughter that the school board has med.

Eugene Ward, charged with LODGES MH7 of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hedden, died In academic matters. The
petit larceny and escape from 162 11th Avenue South, Naples. > t r L I ISEA has warned Its membersto

the stockade was sentenced to A college major in health and w ,,, yr v ta look carefully before taking
90 days on each count In Coun : -HAl sm.JIT physical education, and a minorIn E any teaching jobs in this cent
ty Court yesterday by JudgeM. psychology Miss Hedden Is tral Iowa town.
Stanley. also well known as a gymnast Some townspeople now have

Marcellno LaBoy chargedwith having competed nationally for ,. asked the State Legislature to
Ml\ M4S7 several years in the .port and i wr r Investigate.One .
assault and battery was KWIK CM EX: SHOPPING CENTER .
holds several titles. charge Is that a newcon.servatlve
give- an option of $50 or 50 ,
The highest ranking honor won tinge has been addedto
days. by the former Naples student school authority.
W.T McCully was sentenced NEW was the Junior National Champion Oscar Renfrow, 47, one of the
to $50 or 50 days on a chargeof in 1959. She ranked In the na. new board members, denies he

Improper start. tlon for three years, and helped Is connected with any right

A speeding charge resulted Ina "Wave" Sprinkler System Kit teach the Cuban Pan American ,; ., nA wing group
sentence of $35 or 35 days Team in gymnastics. She has

against Robert S, Merkalas. travelled extensively attending Shadowlawn PTO

Weldon F. Fossey was sere* has broken the price barrier on clinics In gymnastics. -

tenced to $35 or 35 days ona Miss Hedden reported "Area "RESTING BEASTS" appears on the Naples exhibition was Meets ThursdayThe
UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER dla is a lovely community with especially see
charge of Improper plates, such a warm friendly atmos. catalog cover for the current exhibitionof lected by Klaus Perls, of the Perls Galleries Shadowlawn P.T.O. will
and David Randle on a speeding SYSTEMS phere. am enjoying working with paintings by notec. American artist In New York The hold their monthly meeting on
ch*lie was given an option of the young people in DHS and I am exhibitionwill Thursday, March 19, at 7:30p.m.in .
$35 or 35 days. Each "WAVE" sprinkler head finding much cooperation and assistance Darrel Austin now at the Harmon Gallery conclude here this Thursday at the Shadowlawn Cafetorlum.

Following cases were continued among them." 1258 Third Street South The 5 p.m. The program will be sponsored
; Corblt Short, grand larceny covers approximately 2,000 sq. ft. -' by the Sixth Grades and will be

: Paul V. Wickham, asSault Complete kit consists of 3 "WAVE" 'In the form of a talent show,
and battery; Robert W. .. NAPLES .. All parents are urged to attend.
Daniels grand larceny; Bobby sprinkler heads, controller-pi ping- FLY ... -- health benefits Paid

Wheeler, petit larceny and fall valves-manifolds. MIAMI Five Star Special>< out ml 963 averaged an estimated
ure to appear: and Robert J. .21.3 million a day In; 1951.
Fauls, petit larceny and fail benefits avenged *6.7 million
ure to appear. Operates off your outside water New Year Round Daily Schedule FOR SALE dally

Sim Brock's request for a faucet, yet still lets you wash your i
Jury trial was granted. He Naples To Miami

was charged with taking snook car or windows. 7:45: A.M. 11:30: A.M. 3.45 p'.M.: 1 175 FOOT FRONTAGE ON WANA SWAP
py Illegal methods. Vanderbih Beech 3 hod'rodht
Following bonds were es Miami I To Naples home? Wne Ridge
treated On speeding charges, it for 9.00 A.M. Over 650 Feel Deep Zoned for Trailers >
; we can do you ; 2: 15 P.AA. 5:00: P.M. 3 bedroom home? Nlples
James A. Hunt, $35; Robert $5700
Law,$30; ljmaleGonzales$35; $198.50 Connfl'tlona and Kmerrallont to' any point In. the world Bowling stock?

and Lowell M. Weir, $35; ana NAPLES AIRLINES .

charge of nodrlver license, tc.2l -

Olin H. Knott, Jr.. $30s; and deco Water Conditioning Co. Naples Airport ('.OateYrN 3 Miami Airport Naples Real Estate Exchange, Inc. G. H, LUFF' :;" ;"

Robert Johnson on charge of Ml 2-3454 NE 44811 Phone MI 2-5133 664 5m Av. So.

failure to held right-of-way, 441) 10th St. No. Naples Ml 2-3351 City Ticket offirt N plr. Tra-l Aftnty 4 Coram W .. .... s''''


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I Tuesday March 17, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

,' Concert Review e r ',\

Chanteurs de Paris ';dLaLLk: ;! : Briggs Film Showings I

Capture ,

Ew wrf Wednesday Thursday I

Naples In Concert Finale March 18 and 19 Wednesdayand pelting life In Portugal; and the I

Thursday evenings of this ever popular "Gooney Birds,'*

week, are the dates for show. filmed on Midway Island.
EVALYN TYNER BECHTEL.The brig of films from the S. F. Mr. and Mrs. Brtggs have

Greek had a word for for Paris has everything that teurs sang of Paris and the t Briggs collection an annual be. traveled to each of these

It but the French have a word anyone could want. people of Paris the lover t" littip refit sponsored by the Naples places, including several re .
turn visits to Inagua at differ
for EVERYTHING and it's"Love"I The raconteur Monsieur the policeman the artist the Community Hospital Auxiliary.
The Senior ent seasons of the year, to make
High/ School auditorium
| Charly Ballly, said that "Parts apache and alas I the American will be used this year. these pictures and their com.
Saturday night theChanteurs Is like a queen with a crown tourist. This was done In The mentarles.The .
Mill begin at 8:15
de Paris proved this of jewels." Then the Chan- typical French satirical style program ladies will
point to ; and a donation of $1.25: will be following serve
Neapolitans at the concluding and was very amusing.The asked. as hostesses assisting Mrs.

Community Concert In the 1964 Annual Garden serious note appeared Ina Allan DeLand and Fred Hill Phillip Smith chairman Mesdames .

series. The character of pre- number called "Clnq Heuresdu man, of Solano Studios will ma. Robert Baugham Susan
sentation differed perceptibly Sotr". In Spain 5 o'clockIn page the technical aspects of Kllngler Richard Lambert, Ro.
from former concerts; but I Tour Set For. the afternoon Is the hour the showing (if "Inagua," pic. bert Miller, and Donald Jones

had only to look at the happy fatal among all others the turing the colorful flame birdIn

faces of the audience to see Next SaturdayThe hour when the "torero" will / Its natural habitat on the
that the Chanteurs had sung face death. Inspired by the -- island; "Time Worn Ways," de.It's .

their way Into their heart!. Naples Garden Club 8th celebrated poem of Federico
The French are masters In Annual Home and Garden Tour Garcia Lorca the Chanteurs r. Green They'llBe FVN _
will be held this March of the of the -
the art of captivation they Saturday sang glory renewal Wearing TodayOn
have In 21, from 1:30to 5:00: p.m. of man at this hour. Fea-
no peer the realm of
Tickets for the tour Fifth AvenueNEW
are on tured In this number was

charm.Inconsequential They can convert the sale at the following places: Caesar Groning who gave a f': YORK (AP) Today Ir (ICav IAOwsnto"tAC ..
Into the momentous Gifts by Garry 722 Fifth Ave., I t f.te
the Irrelevant Into the 6. most outstanding interpretation. was the day for the wearin' of
I felt that this stirring the green on Fifth Avenue-elth. IOHHORLY SliPPER
Important Chamber
andthesmalleverydayness Naples of CommerceOffice
number should have concluded er out cf loyalty to the Old Sod Here's. a festive dessert to be
Into romantic adven- 1700 N. Tamlaml Trail
at the end of his solo or to avoid the wrath of an out. prepared from the pantry shelf.
ture. A rose can take the place Gift and Yarn Bazaar, Naples performance raged Irishman

t of a bouquet and a smile can Shopping CenterThing.AMA.Jigger thus affording him As It his for decades, the city Easy' Oven Chicken
757 Fifth his due Another
have a depth of meaning. Their : turned Fifth Avenuo over to the Of can Peas Steamed Rice
Ave. S.ColU.r
Chanteur who
accent disarms ,even the most was exceptionalwas sons of Erin for their annual Cherry Crumb Dessert Beverage

disarming. Last night I saw Third St.,County S. at Broad.Public Library, Maurice Ag ret,whose looks parade In honor of their patron

the Chanteurs even move a nine- Marlloyd Gift Box, 824 Fifth and voice could be likened to saintPatrick.Some C'II.RRC'Rl'' 1 DESSERT

foot piano In a way that gave Ave., S. Jean Sablon. \ 150,000 paraders ) 4 cup huller or margarine
the appearance of children on Virginia at the Cove, 830 12tl For Community Concerts r I of them of Irish ancestry but 1 cup firmly packed: brown sugar

a carousel: Ave., S, this attraction was highly Irregular more than a few turned Irish 2 teunpoon' vanilla
The program was apotpourriof Goddard Gourmet, 840 12th but highly successful just for the day-were on call I 112 cups' :Hour

gaiety charm.humor.whim- Ave., S. The French believe In the joy for the parade, one of the most 1 teukpmm unit
colorful Patrick's ob. I : leanpixw baking nod.
St. Day
Blue Mussel 478 Fifth Ave., of and In heartthere's
sey and wit. You have never S. living every servances In the world. .\ 4 cup qinvk-uwking oatmeal
heard "Dixie" sung until a song. This music I linked.
you toionul
R t R Robinson 1290 Third From all walks of life they rap
have heard It sung as $t., S.The. was Infectious for the audience came to strut up the famed ave \ 4 cup pecunschopped

Deekzee". The hit tunes from five homes to be shown responded and left the auditorium nue past the Catholic cathedral I ian about I pound, b ounceal

"My Fair Lady" ("On the Street are the residences of the fol. each with a song In his y 1r f bearing the saint's name, and thcrry pie 1 Tilling
Where You Live" and "I 1 Could lowing: own heart and It was French. to attend a dinner tonight cap. I IIMNPIHW !prepared ground lemon"

Have Danced All Night") were 1. Col. and Mrs. Carl O. Hoff. ping the day's activities. peel or grilled fresh to taste
also French and charm- man, Mansion House, 1601 Gulf PresbyteriansTo President Johnson will fly ('rrumhuurt. sugar unJvenilla,
sung Shore Blvd. here for the annual dinner. Sift together Hour. null. and
ingly done. The audience loved 2. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe, Hold Family The President Is scheduled to htikiny "...1... Sir into creamed
hearing the Chanteurs do 125 First St., N. reach tho Waldorf-Astoria Hotel mixture, then "lir in oatmeal to
"Singing In the Rain", replete 3.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayres, Night SupperA shortly before 6:30: p.m. After make ii ninth nit IIlure. Stir in
with umbrellas and shades of 3443 Rum Row, Port Royal. magician and ventriloquist "MISS SOUTHERN" Susan Eddy, 22, ern, an ROTC coed sponsor a mem addressing the Friendly Sons of ioionut$ and potunH. Spread half

Chevalier. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Truman will be featured on the program blond senior from Naples and a future ber of the Student Florida Education st. Patrick, he will fly by hell the bomb mixture. over the bottom

They sang of a couple In Brown 963 Galleon Drive, Port of the monthly covered dish fa. school teacher Is "Miss Florida South. Association and Beta Beta Beta a copter from the Wall Street of u. greiiovil, 12 by M-imh pun.
love. One was an Americanand Royal. rally night supper at 6:30 o'clock landing pad In downtown Man. Spoon! cherry: pic filling over
the other a Russian. The 5* Mr. and Mrs. John A. Burn- tonight in the Fellowship Hall of ern College of 1964. She was electedIn national honorary biological scienca hattan to Kennedy International nimbi. ; spread evenly. Sprinkle

Russian did not like Coca Cola ham, 1825 Fourth St., S. the First Presbyterian Church. a poll of the student body and fraternity. She is the daughter of Mrs. Airport. He Is due to leave the with lemon prep Dot top withremaining

and the American did not like The proceeds of this tour will Guests are welcome. crowned as a feature of the college's79th William S. Eddy, 205 Fifth St., No. The airport by presidential jet at irumh. lake in amoderate
go0 Friends of the Library For a family of two, each 10:30: p.m., arriving at AndrewsAir (H l II> degrees) oven 25
borscht and vodka so It was Building Fund to be used for family is asked to bring a dish annual Founders' Week celebration crowning took place at the CoronationBall Force Base at 11:20: p.m., to1 mindeii. Serve wnrm with

not until they reached Paris that beautifying the grounds. sufficient for serving eight She was sponsored by her soror. Friday night. Among the attend. and at the White House-via senile Ue cream or whipped. ,
they found their happiness hell'opter-15 minutes later. ,'r\!11111. NUikv'. I 12:! ,
ity, Alpha Chi Omega Miss Eddy Is ants In the Queen's court was Miss Lola

a varsity cheerleader at Florida South. Margaret (Lani) Weston of Naples. Baptists Plan .
-. I'.I:Kill N FIRi:
1 Family Supper C:nlihjge; prepuroJ !Urn way nan
Womens' CirclesOf ObituariesHodges u rll.I..III1II\ fresh luslcSiniinhlcd .

Presbyterian Tomorrow NightA
) fags I' with ('1ice"eJigtime
will beheld .
family night supper (',. .II1I..J ( ubltageAiMtried
Church To MeetFaith
WestbrookFuneral at 6:15: o'clock tomorrow
1 Itreud Irtis Ikvvrugchrenli
Circle of the Woman's night In the Educational Buildingof I FruitJHITICIF
of the First Presbyter.Ian Funeral services were held serlvcei for Ernest the First Baptist Church. Re.
Society of
this morning from the Earl G. Floyd Westbrook 69, who died In advance .
servatlons are neces.sary
will meet at 1:15 \ ',
Church / I II n ( \IIIIjJJI
Hodges Funeral Chapel Naplesfor of a heart attack while attending for admittance.
o'clock tomorrow an.rnoon'in the I 112 I cups milk
home of Mrs. Earl F. Adams Vernum Lee Hodges, Sr., the Sportsman's barbecue Satur. The theme will be "Everyone's I 112 I quarts ..hr. 63 whodied Saturday night at day morning near Monroe Station
Birthday" prices will
133 Seventh Ave. Sol Friendship I 112 I Iuhlcsp..ai I hour
Circle will meet at the same his home on Georgia Street will be held tomorrow Peabody be given for the best decorated I I Ilahlesp.alnI I .. huller INmurgunnc \
hour in the home of Mrs. Harold Bonita Springs Services were Kans. Local arrangements were tables. One hundred twenty.flve
__ Hulpieu at Vanderbilt Beach with conducted by the Rev. J. A.Bays made fcy the Earl G. Hodges attended l Ip+t month's family night I I 14 tcftopoonN suit

7 4 4::; Mrs. Antonio Mlrro assisting retired Methodist minister In. Funeral Chapel in Naples supper 'cpper to tu.1eIlea1
terment was In the Bonita Springs Westbrook was a retired far. r
Circle will meet In the I ,
Honor I 114 nip* of ihf milk
home of Mrs. Dewey Polly, cor. Cemetery mer who for the past three years Bethany Bible add tahhugc: ; cover, mnmur for
Hodges was commercial fish. has been his
'k: ner of Palm Street and Jeffer.son 2 minute Gradually\ Mir the re
erman and had lived In Bonlta
Goodland. He was a veteranof Group Planning
Avenue with Mrs. Raymond mcming t'4 I cup milk into the
since 1945, having been born World War I and
was a mein.
co-hostess. ..
Palmer as flour keeping .mnolhlr, \ into
in Sarasota ber of American Legion Post 'lIou e Cleaning'1'h.
Service Circle will meet in the \lIl ,
: >hlll'" Add butter hall
JI He Is
survived his widow
95 at
Peabody Kans.
the home of Mrs. F.C. McIntosh e Bethany Bible Class held and pepper. Stirring tnnklunlly
xsarata Mrs. Annie Mae
Hodges two
tie is survived his widow
; by
12 First StraetN.l Sunshine Cir. its regular monthly meeting
; cook 4 minutes Makes fi 8
sons, Vernum Lee Jr. ,
r 3SH cle will meet In the home of and Mrs. Mary Westbrook of Pea. Thursday March 12, at the First
Patrick both of Bonlta Springs; body; two daughters, Mrs. '
Mrs. Robert Eckles 3280 Gor. Christian Church with Rev. and
ter. -JCS two daughters Mrs. Annie Me. Tommle Collier of Rawllngs, "Vlnl'J
H don Dr. with Mrs. T.L. Owen Mrs Ray Manley and Mrs.Dnro.thy
co-hostess. Phee of Fort Myers and Mrs. Wyo., and Mrs. Earl Ross of Savllle as hosts You're In
meet'at Ernie Strock of Naples; his Topeka Kans., and a sister ,
Spencer Circle will Frank Blair, vice-president, + good hands with1LSTATI
8 o'clock tomorrow night with mother Mrs. C. P. Collier of Mrs. Lena Miller ofKan.uCUy. was in charge of the business

Mrs. Ira Kramnes 1372 Morn. Esteroj; two brothers Calvin J. Kane meeting with the "house
Collier and Wilson both
ingslde Dr., while the Morning Collier cleaning" of the church on Thurs.
of Estero residing in OrtelFuneral Auto Insurancesee
Circle met this morning at the a sister day March 19, as the main topic
California and nine
home of Mrs. Clifford Nelson, grandchild. mass for Edward Otto under discussion Members were or phone
1189 Diana Ave. Pallbearers were Charles R. Ortel, S3, who died Saturday asked to bring cleaning suppliesand Kerr Craig

t r Youngblood, Ronald Cox,Joe Fer. afternoon at his home In Gulf a covered dish for the noon siiA S NAPilS
LSRp St. Leo's Guild nandez, Jr., William Home, Jr., Harbor will I he held at 0 o'clock luncheon.
,+ Mark Alvarez, and Don Strock, Wednesday morning at St. Leo's Games, under the directionof A :t :r..*
Dinner last
To Hold all of Bonita Springs. Church in Bonita Springs with Mrs. Savllle, foUowed{ cc
week's business meeting Refreshments .,/flee coelasr .o.c tier
Sunday March 22St. Dr. Joseph Beaumont pastor +lawllsr.aA..w..wre.r.a,.i.,
officiating were Svrved. ,...I.wlswaororeisr.ixle swells

Leo's Guild Is sponsoringits Binegar A Rosary service will be heldat

second annual spring dinnerat Herbert Blnegur 55, of st. 8:30: o'clock tonight in the r Wf TOOK THE' PLANE
the Community Hall In Bonita Petersburg, former Collier Earl G, 1 lodges Funeral Chapel L.r
;1"1nM Springs on Sunday March 22, from County resident died at the Bay at Naples, with Father BeaumontIn DRot/e THE CAR ;
4 to 7 p.m. The dinner will in. of Pines Veterans Hospital last charge. Interment will be in OIA

elude half a chicken with dres. week, it was learned here today. Naples Memorial Gardens. We'RE I tV tIlPlES. ( ) d
sing and all the trimmings in. He was a retired contractor. Ortel was a retired employeeof SWIMMING ., ., .
eluding dessert and beverage for the City of Racine Wise.He ARE .
He is survived by his widow, i WHERE You t t
l I $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for Mrs. Marcella Binegar a daugh. Is survived by a daughter 1// f
children unuer 12. Miss Mary Ann Ortel of Naples] '"4- '
1Y jA e t.r. Mrs. Mary Pelrano and one :
,-.- Tickets its available at the grandhclld. Funeral services a son, Kenneth Wayne, and two Fl Y NflPlES f/IRlINES
brothers Clifford and Warren
church on Sunday mornings at were held for him today in ,
J.. Braun'i Fruit & Gift Shop on Washington Court House, Ohio. all of Racine
J the Trail or at the door the

1'r r day of the dinner. --- ----_.........__--.J.Jf At Pedro's The Largest'
f+1ri i' Advanced reservations will be

appreciated but are not necessary f Read the Want Ads Selection of Men's and YoungMen's ,
AUTOGRAPH HUNTERS had a field photo our photographer caught the ,
Mrs. TUlle Wunderlich Is Shoes in Southwest Florida
who sub-
day Saturday night as they throngedthe Tom Abbott family as new chairman assisted by Mrs.

stage of the Naples Senior High scribers had to wait with many others Emma Kuppel and Mrs. Marie '

School Auditorium following the Varel before being admitted to the audi Braun. ;{/S/F < : [ ;;'* .', AT PRICES

and Bailly concert. In !op picture theyare torium. They are, from left, John f..Ium winter, quhh 'f, Arthritis M..diul.Supervl.ionBursitis l YOU CAN AFFORDI
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shown crowding around the piano Abbott, Mr and Mrs. Tom Abbott way. Hound .
Just pare the squash and re',n""- I'ltrs
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TUESDAY MARCH 17, 1964 I PEACE production equals 100 on the
WASrONGTOS (AP)-In then reserve scale.

_ws from Washington: The Increase was the
Yes, Virginia, There WAS A St. PatrickToday FAA FLEET Sen. William to. since a one-point rise In Novem.
Proxmlre, D.Wls., declared ber.
daj the Federal Aviation Agen.
Is '-maintaining a luxury UNIONS INTEGRATION
is St. Patrick's Day. and Irish. cording to some authorities he was at fleet of planes at taxpayer ex. President Johnson praised un.:

men (and some non-Irish) all over the the age of 16 abducted by a band of pe.se." main. Ions loaders Monday for "help.
of the Irish marauders and made to tend the "This single agency Ing to write nondlscrlmlnaUon
world are making the most occa rci' talr.s\ a fleet of some 129 planes, Into
sion. In New York, where one of the herds of the leaders of the outlaws for t In,ludlng one with Interior dec. clauses contracts more and more' of
your every day
largest St. Patrick's parades is annuallyheld six long years. Being a devout Christian plane orating owned Just by like' the that Shah of the of More than a dozen union ex.

there hos been something of a St. Patrick was shocked by the pagan Iran," the Wisconsin senator ecutlves, members of the Labor

donnybrook because the city will not customs of his captors and promised said in a speech prepared for Advisory Committee Committee I to thePresident's
A on
Senate delivery.PRODIXTIONS
that if delivered from
allow the Irishers to paint a green stripe in prayers Equal Employment Opportunl.t .
down the middle of the street where the his bondage he would preach Christian- Demand for >', conferred with Johnson at

parade will be held. It will be interest- ity throughout the land, where it was consumer products, including the White House./

ing to see what happens. still a common custom to offer human ) t" II tlon's automobiles Industrial, boosted production the last na. SPACE AWARD Dr, HughL.

sacrifices. f Dryden, deputy admlnlstra.
Many people think St. Patrick is a month.
Upon escaping his captors, it is believed FRUSTRATION The Federal Reserve Board tor of the National Aeronauticsand
think Santa Claus
myth just as they said this rise in the output of Space Administration, has
is a figment of a writer's imagination.But that he returned to his old home In coNCoi'l factories, mines and utilities been named as the 1964 winnerof

there are written biographies and for a brief period and then went to was accompanied by' a slight the Robert H, Goddard me.
France where he completed his educa Increase In retail sales and con.tlnued mortal trophy.
records which seem to provide proof brisk business in the con. The trophy, endowed by the
positive that St. Patrick was a real person. tion, and then to Rome where he was struct Ion Industry widow of the rocket pioneer, Is

According to the records St. Patrickwas made a Bishop by Pope St. Celestine I I. As measured on the Federal presented to the Individual
St. Patrick then returned to Ireland and Reserve index Monday the in. judged to have made the great
born somewhere around 389 A.D. dostrlal production hit anothernew est contribution during the pre. ,
and died around 461 A.D. His exact birth launched his attack on paganism.That pT peak, climbing from 127.2to ceding year to advance L'.S

date is not known and March 17 is believed is the man whose birthday is 127.6. The 1957.59( average of leadership In astronautics t

selected because being celebrated on this date. Thereis
to have been simply
organized observance in Collier
it is midway in Lent. no
The belief that he "drove the snakesout County that we know of, but you'll see

of Ireland" is probably based on his plenty of people wearing bits of greenin From The MailbagBy
honor of St. Patrick. I
the EmeraldIsle
battle against paganism in
Hope you've had a happy St. Patrick's
a battle which he won. HAL BOYLE
Day. lf flt:; f-'
,St Patrick had an exciting life. Ac

foot 6 when fully grown.

PET DOCTOR NEW YORK lAP) Things a Our quotable notables: "WorkIs
( much fun than fun"-
The Of columnist might never know if more
I Importance HistoryThe By A. W. MelUr, D.V.MQ. Noel Coward.
he didn't open Ms mail:
Personal item: Everybody is
A baby who smiles a hello at
born nameless and then
goes on
life In 1964 shouldn't sigh his
to gain the prestige of being
final goodby until 2035.
dictionary defines history as: "A holds its second annual meeting at the All right, fellows, let's quit known by a series of numbers.
systematic written account of events, Woman's Club. Joshing and snap to attention Although my mother still stub.
of those CHARGE TOO MUCH? REE MARKET and give a salute: This is the bornly calls me Harold, to
particularly affecting a nation This has and important Editor, Collier County News E lltor Collier Uncle Sam 1 am 495.01.2977.:; I
area an interesting County News: 30th anniversary of the 1lVenUon :
the branch of knowledge that records history in which Collier Coun- The Chamber of Commerceand Everyone Is a consumer and of the comic book, a hall. rather enjoy; the two hyphens in
a lot of "otdtlmers" my number. They give me a
and explains events. (as we mark of our culture.
pdt Is a seller. What
tians can take pride. It seems certain like to call ourselves) encour. An doctor feeling of spaciousness, and I
Without there would sell is a We
history be they commodity.
no age our northern friends to must confess to a certain vanl.
that Ponce de Leon and other great explorers come the wearing of a derby hat by
American traditions of which we can be South to live and feel sure they normally think only of products J1! both motorists and pedestriansto ty. Don't you think also that 495.
proud. Wifho6t history we would know sailed local waters and perhaps will like Naples the same as such as wheat or tools, as com safeguard the head from in. 01.2977 has a kind of lilt to it"I'd I
even landed on our local beaches. we do. modities. But so also are skills jury. The derby was originally hate to be called by any other .
nothing about the Minutemen who won Civil war battles were fought in this After they move here, what and services such as bricklaying concplved as a protective de. number.
our freedom -* Gen. Washington's greatness are we doing to keep them here? selling, teaching, and all vice. It also helps strengthen the News flash: The lOO-mllllon. \
the hardships endured by the area. For In stance i two weeks ago the many means by which we neck muscles. year It is Important that the history of I went to a local doctor to have earn. "One important characteristic Missouri reports that nothing
pioneers who opened the West the both canals cleaned unusual happened underground
up ear out and
the be and For each such skill or ser- of people with higher education
great battles ,of-the Civil War, etc. area gathered preserved. It paid four dollars. I did not com. vice there Is a market price and Income Is their increased this week so far.
the is just as important that records of cur plain of this for It was a "lob Hove you ever heard ofa emotional sensitivity and psy.chological Safety note: One of theworld's
Obviously and that what In
recording price being people

preservation ol kittens Is be.
well done. grandmother nursing responsiveness dangerous places
rent events be recorded for the future to
of history is extremely Importantto Last week a friend of minea a free market are ready to the litt.ni ol a mother cot who their environment,'' accordingto hind the steering wheel... It
all of us and worth the time and for the happenings of today will become ( new resident) went to a doc. pay for the skill or serviceIn hod been tilled The grand- a noted pschologlst. This isa accounts for a third of the mil.

effort required to gather historical history In a few years. tor (not the same one) to havq that area. Just as there mother hod no kitten el her own scientific way of saying that lIon.plus auto Injuries each

ma-- The Collier County Historical an ear cleaned out. The doctor are various qualities of pro'lh1ctl. at this ti", .., Would the nursing ,college graduate ,with a pocketful jear.Worth
ter ali I Society told him be was hot able to,' so also are there vartaus of dough can afford to liveit remembering: 'It's
Mhis newspaper is proud that it had attempting to II do both these jobs. It open It up'and advised him to go qualities of each skill or produce a flow .of milk in It\. old hard to get rich in a small town

the pleasure of is to be hoped that the residents of Collier to the drug store for modlca. service. And these better qualities \- cot? Mrs. C. Dice, Hoc .nloc up.There are at least 3,000 mid.gets everybody's watching? -
the Collier
initiating tlon to soften the wax. He char*. command better prices. and dwarfs In the world to. Arnold H. Clasow. I
County Historical Society, which tonight County will help in the task. ed him $10. It 11 always necessaryto N.J.A.. Th.procMi ofltctotioA t by which today. To fit In this classification It was ILL Mencken who observed -
My friend lives Gulf "Love Is like
on Shore have to be no more than 4 wart easy
the "In free milk you
stress phrase a it
produced ii brought about by "
Blvd. and has more money thanI to begin but very hard to stop.
L do, but Is that any reason he market," because no man, no certain, chemical change within the
ahould be charged 2'/ times as group of men, no government, body ol the mother. When there non
much and receive less service? should dictate prices. Only abundant lupply of milk, mother cot FUNNY BUSINESS
others I say NO. ''willing buyers and willing sellers will let other kitten nurtewithherown. .
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSOn (Name withheld by can establish a market I have heard that the milk flow con beiNmuloted r eyy.v..ioyy
I request.) price. by the actual tucking of

Naples, Fla. A Winter VisitorPOint young but I have never actually teen .
this kappa What you report Ii indeed dewy. t f
TV ViolenceThe an vnuiual co,e However, H 11 not un- Y deli
', :. aau4rao.e. i aa d'adfV
i.+ / .: :::;: usual for a mother animal to nurseorphan I
Canadian Home and School and confirms the fear that children are mmm;:,% :;:>:; w >>" ;::: animals tometimei even of ,

Parent Teacher Federation is stresiinf strongly Influenced by the aggressive 'T DOZE INCASE OF FIRE different, ipocie' There hove been reports
to member. of parliament the urgent characters they watch on television who AI ,h of dogs which have been luckled ,r, I' .
need of comprehensive research to And lug, stomp, shoot and stab one another. WHILE YOU'RE SMOKIN6J ca'ekty' g".vwyb.dy eat .1 *. by wolvet and vice verio. You may L' -
out exactly what TV Is doing to Canadian Scenes of brutality do not impel viewersto __ h",.. even remember the fable about Romu- : :
children. The Federation has been Immediate violence themselves. But L I j'-. Call the fir* ckpartmtnt lmmdial > lass and Remwi, the legendary founder .
pressing the Boards of Broadcast Governors inhibitions against aggressive behaviourare I .1 ly. of Rome, who wore luppoiedly suckled $ 4Zti
reduced. And forms of aggression (tie sun everyone In ,.u, family by ihe-woH. Mowgll.! In Kip/I"/ ,, '. Jun- J
and the Canadian Broadcasting are taught; so that if a comparable ..Ituatlon i' J knows hew.. tall rh. flr depart.m.fif el--'wOlonoth.hu"onluppO' -
Corporation for three years to Institute arises the actual methods learned .J) I ly roiled by animal Certainly' megrandmother
such action without result. The BBG from watching screen violence are more "'j At public gathtrlngi cat hod the
and CBC have In effect told the Fed- likely to be used.It I\ t Walk, d. not ran, t* *. n.an .t 'Initlixt and It appear necwiary that the
eratlon they have no money to spendfor has also been suggested that children ) .ill. Call the Mr dipartmtnl Int.mediately .
the type of research the Federationasks are becoming so accustomed to a ; ,.,If :; Keep calm, lucking' action ittmulated. meneceitorychemkol
change In the body to bag'slodonon
and the latter Is turningto of excitement that
so group heightened level they f J ))1 National Beard of Fir* I .
the government for necessary funds. tend to be restless, Hl.al-.ase, bored L I Underwriter: .
There 1s much to be said in favor of with the dull realities of actual life. Andit ., .... .
TV Home and School has commendedthe is a fact that 1II more difficult to "Boy! Was that a wild pitch!"
CBC upon the excellence of several teach children to have "grit" and patience -
programs. Even the ordinary program In the face of continuing obstacles AMAMo ,- \p I 00 L eI
helps to develop a child's vocabulary when all the problems of screen ammmm I : 1 LAG.NAV.\ltt
and brings him pictures and under heroes are solved satisfactorily on the PREfAtt.LEADACROSS 0
standing of areaway places and e\ents. hour and half-hour day after day, week .. RAGE 6 Y ...

Harassed mothers know full well the after week 1. Pewter coin 24,, Com 1L A k E. :5 o. TAL
effectiveness: of the TV set as a Specialists have compelling reasons
4. Kind of E
25 Brought. ii L. I T R A l. oS V P A
"pacifier. irt nil for thorough and continuing
On the other Bide of the picture, the analysis of the effects: of the TV intake light abbr, 0 t NUS. G V RAT E 0
7 Account 26 Crate GEM F o. I I" 0 R Y
latest study by Stanford University by children The Barrie (Ontario) --
psychologist Albert Banduia, PbD., Examiner entry 27 Ont K A P 0 0 R .. PHILADELPHIA SAP) -
ii Restorative "Boy, you sure look like Cov.
Indefinitely G l. U E. tiT I R I N E. . . . . .
H, By oneself 29. Scow Fr Scranton, said James Long of . . .
15. Footless 31. Black mica A I D !I o N E. NEw South Philadelphia."I .
I Broadcast Curb PerilThe 16. jap purple 33. :Negative p L. 0 :wAR. Go E. t am BUI Scranton," repliedthe SMALL TOWN STUFF

seaweed governor of Pennsylvania
6. Common for president," said Long.'Don't Many Neapolitans still are not
equal broadcast time for all pre.idential daughter :U. Plenly. DOWN
transmitters in France
; government
,, aware that this
18 Artificial port. 1. Ecstasy i 'tn worry about that, little old country
candidates has come to a has a monopoly of radio and language 36. Concord 2. Take on 7. lap said Scranton, who says he's newspaper is giving its subscribers
head again The radio and television admiral not a candidate for the Repub.
television. The other day the French 19. Deletes 38. Meaning Today's NEWS TodayL
lie an presidential nomination. Occasionally we
people balk at rules which in 21. Observed 39. L'neallnru cargo 8. Made neal
of "I'm not here for votes" get a break like the
announced that the
government 9. Ruby case
effect hold that when a major PArt' 22. Mad, U. Deadly 3. Squirrel Sidestep
ficial would' food 10. Cassaba Scranton paid an unan. decision on Saturday which
presidentnl campaign nickname pale convinces -
candidate is granted free time all nounced visit to two homes In
others, no matter how email a rroul'they last only tv\o weeks, and that candidates 23. Sturdy 42. Payable 4. SImian 12. Monoceros mall- South Philadelphia Monday to a few more readers that we mean
wood 43 Deserter S. About 13.rmy conditions under which fam.llles it when we The News
represent, must be given the would be able to appear on tog address see say is providing

lime amount of time. This rule wan the radio and television network ;- r54 S G / r j I e 17. Sort on relief live. the dad-gummed latest news available.

suspended in 1960 on the ground onlr during that period PresidentDe II ,/l/ ,/1 20.nourishment Take SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Au. If you're interested enough to

that enforcing it would have the result Gaulle and hi* minister can 21 XVI thor Martin Flavin, who was hit notice the' news you get in the paper -
broadcast ,' the choose ;14 by a car last week, Is showing is the same as
of depriving even the major ;; 'S 24 Old card Improvement reports a nurse you get on the tv
candidates of adequate broadcast ho\\ ereI'. Thus the effect is that the ? 17' IB game at St. Francis Hospital in San newscasts at 6 p.m. only we give
time party in power can 'campaign" i: : :.5 Masculine Francisco.The the stories in greater depth.

There i is some validity in this without limit on both TV and radio. t! U ///. a 26.27. Offer Daughter on nurse Flavin's said left a cast leg will which be You're absolutely rightL We're

argument. It is also true, however, whereas its opponents will be ie!. II 0 lJ Vj: l1 0 ofr>rui put was fractured, within two days. proud and we're bragging a little
that reserving broadcast time for tricted to brief final appearances.!! ij: z' 28 Most recent Flavin, 80, won the Pulitzer bit. Maybe too much.

only the major party candidates endangers As wa noted. this i ii an extreme: 0 l' 0 I' l7 to 29. The Prize in 1944 for his novel," **** ***
SallentU "Journey In the Dark"LCd
the process of free democratic case. The situation does not exactly :f )C : 52 30 Repairs '.

: choice. The American people parallel that in the United State*. JJ chain ANGELES: (AP)-Police We're trying something new here.

should not lose eight of this.\ But the French approach does illustrate 0"S: 31 Studied say Scott H. Beckett, who This is written on an ordinary typewriter -
In the "Our Gang"movie
The danger: is graphically illustrated the dangers of undue restriction 1. !1.//:..> Jd 32 Internal q. played comedies, swallowed 30 because it seems to bo they'

by what 1 M going on, just now on political broadcasting. "9 ,i 34. Mountain sleeping pills during a fit of only way we can find time to/whack

In France. Though this is an extreme Equitable time, if not equal time. pas despundancy.Btckett out this stuff. If it worlds > .

case it is Well\\ worth thinkin\ hould be assured nil candidate. for 41 0. 41 .. 38.37. Pen said. He Is hM recovering teen crippled, police look out, because, er11..j.J. : Gkay.:

about tliii nation highest offue foe hm., 17 "',n.A' -,,- point Compass since an automobile accident ta manage to e a i' w '1'" qIa ,
-Key West Citizen 40. Son of Ra 1999. da arse '.t''' r.
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. I North-South Hands Tough To Play

France --
Sings AgainBY

Good Scoring At Duplicate Bridge ClubB
FRANK OTTE old Roman road traversing the Champagne battle wu the Ktl-

Men sing; we who listen, length of a vast Cal"p de Cha- ser's objective.

. sometimes bend to subconscious lons; the highway to Reims and The Pollu' sang and duringthe 'L C. J. MrMl'RR\ outh held a total of eight points Section B averaged 121.5 for

tie reactors which recreate then to Paris which In this brief pauses we could hear Last Friday's Naples P pll. three, five and five, respectively lOVfe tables, also playing 27 e
a vivid reminder of yesterday. the creak of mule carts haul .r sate Ort'<1gO game proved frus. with the north hands only modera. boards.
p,4 tratlng Indeed for man of the tely better. North.south players North-South Mrs. William
Ing machine "The Bat
st On night, we listened 3 guns
CorporationsGet players because of the unusual have to be quite
helpful .
par. Franklin Mrs. June Haschka
11. to the Chanteurs de Paris. talion of Death" I asked again.
nature of the North-South hands UeuUrh In their bidding, and banged home to put It mildly.
Their marvelous harmonies Charters In 1 Yes, they are to hold the
Perhaps "unusual" Is not Quite probably also in their play to with 1 153 points for a .630 aver.
lifted the curtain of Naplesand Collier first line, a battalion against the word.one player was heard to let their opponents take the :age, by far the highest percent
again I stood In the deep CountyTALLAHASSEE divisions ... hold It to the death make a remark using a stronger boards away from them. age score of the evening. Se.

:a.. dark silence of July 14, 1918. Secretary of This will delay the Bosche" than "disgusting." cond were Mrs. R. L. stein.

) We were on the outskirts of State Tom Adams today an. "And then" But 'unusual" might be ap. TilE PLAit berger Philip Jones 135; third,

111It Sulppe, a shattered French village nounced the chartering of the "There Is no 'then'. Nota proprUte In stating that the poor Section A, with 10 tables, play. Mrs 11. 1.. Luellen Mrs. Doro.

unoccupied except for carrion following corporations in Collier soldier Mil come back alive. hands not only ran north-south ed 27 boards with average score thy Luellen 134; fourth, the Myron

crows feeding' on the dead;,, County: This Is their sacrifice for In section B, as Section A play. of 108. Boyds 132.5; fifth, the McMurrys

w beside me a French captain Farm Investments of Florida, France. So did they volun ers sitting In that direction also North South The Van 131,51; sixth, the John Mac Donalds
Incorporated 878 Fifth Ave. S. And had man uncomplimentary Antwerps stored a nice first 121.5.
re for teer. so they sing.
rn assigned liaison. Nearbythe Naples; authorized stock, 800 The remarks regarding their rards. with t2fl i solute[ Im lrt"ntilly. Ea.st.West First time vlsl-
Captain's low voice
, fragments of a Marie In Come what nuthe\ greatest the resulting .600 percentage
shares at 1.00 shore filed tors Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Ea.
per ,
the cellar cf which seemed strained as If to skill! nuking brings their
my contingent Is probably shown in II.gain percentageup
I.It March 9, 1964, dealing In In. ton showed their skill by turn.
kept a telephone vigil vestments. Incorporators Mau. reject my Interrogation. "But good scores with poor hands to .5437. The George Millers log in a sparkling first at 146.5

sitPS with our Alabaman Regiment rice B. Baskin, Alma A. Baskln prisoners' 1 continued The bidding<< has to beer\ selec. were In their pitching with 1 US. to top Mrs. Vie Pennywttt. Car.

(Rainbow Division) !In their up- Jp. Callaway, James B, Taylor, "There will be no prisoners the and the play' even more so Third were Mrs. J. B. Johnston ter llarrall at 129.9. Third were
front trenches.We all Naples, filed by Walter G. ; only the dead." to an'ompllsh outstanding re. Mrs. A. H. Draughon 124.5; fourth Mrs. Corwin Waite Mrs Harold

,. stood at the bend of the Sorokoty, P.O. Box 206, Naples. suits Harry Bauer Vir Pennvwltt Weed 127.1; fourth, the Tom
s highway, the French Ad Miller Associates, Inc. 605 WEEPING SALUTE However, I think all will agreeIt 122,5; fifth Mrs. Winnie Bouldins 125; fifth, Mrs. Selma
s takes something or other besides Frederick Mrs. Alice Bowling
I. those who Fifth Ave., S. Naples. Authorized The last company was pass- Bender Arthur Brackett and
Only have skill! to defend three such 118, sixth the Clinton'
r stock 100 shares of the Peters tied at
common no Harry
Ing now; voices slightly louder. -
. known the fury of combat can hands developed in north. 110,:5
' as t seventh, The Mathias nero
value filed March Some of the
5 1964 regulars hung out
par So black
was the
appreciate the stealth and stillness night, south direction In Section B when nards 109.5. incidentally, seven
dealing In real and personal pro. there a no-show sign, much to our
Ie which precedes battle likea was still no vision of out of 10 teams finished above
perty. Incorporators, Addison! surprise, on such a pleasant
s sedative before the those who sang, like a TV Shrine Club average.EastMost, .
storm. B. Miller, M.J, "Casey" Miller, evening buy these cocktail par.
I Even the threat of rain had James R. Adams, all of Naples. which gives out sound but no fortlieiciondtime ties, eti. However, we had several .

receded to leave a musty Filed by James R. Adams, P.O.' picture. They sang the Marseillaise -- --- Dinner In succession Mrs Olive Swin guests whom we greatly

'. smell of untllled fields; above Box 416, Naples. Captain Maurice HISTORICAL SPEAKER Dr Charlton W Tebeau MeetingSet dells Mrs Ann Korf toppedat enjoyed.
'. Drohln clicked his heels. 1 ISC.I followed by the George Mr. and Mrs. Hudson
these a heavy sky too sad to The Moorings DevelopmentCo. R. Ea.
I ., 2829 Tamlaml Trail,Naples. sensed he stood at attention andI who heads the University of Miami History Depart. For FridayCarl Smiths who played soundly to ton are down from Cleveland,

weep. Authorized stock, 10,000 sharesof I knew that he was weeping. ment and is the author of the widely-circulated his. Clemmer, president score 123. Third were Mrs. IIir Ohio; Mrs. II. L. Luellan, visit.

DEATHLY TREAD common at $1.00 per share. So passed the Battalion of Death tory of Collier County and other books, will address of Naples Shrine Club, announced ry Liner Don Mlmpson,.a Mrs.nice big from Geneva, N.Y., la a
. Filed March 5, 1964, dealing in 122. Mrs. Iris Million! director of a duplicate club In
into its destiny. the annual of the Collier Historical today that at the monthl dinnerto
Such was the silence In this real estate and construction. In. meeting County Berta Turner In a fourth at that city Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Those of who Over be held at the Heath Club
us were
Impenetrable darkness. Then corporators; Milton Link, Society tonight at 8 o'clock at the Naples Woman's Mann 20 Noble Stuart 116.5, followed by Mrs. Alfred Crowley came from PlnevllIe.Ky. ,
There and saw France slowly Friday ,
something distantly, came Thomas O. Orr John Lowe fifth with 113,5. and Mrs. Neva Stetnber.
Naples, Berryhlll ,
bleeding to death never Club His subject will be "Florida During the Civil l Lang, |potentate of tuvpt: Temple,
slowly forward until closer we Sara M. Fagan, both of Fort may w ger from Logansport, ltd. ClUt.
know it in these her bet- War," Historical officers for the Tampa, along with Bobby (licks,
knew the sound of route-step Lauderdale. Filed by Thomas again Society coming year first ceremonial master andpos. Vernon Vandiver ton Jordan, manager of the Beach
wltb Its hobnailed cadence. Men O. Berryhlll, Everglades Bank ter years. The last time we will be elected at the meeting, sbly! others will be ,present Club Hotel, was welcomed on his
a Building Fort Lauderdale. saw Paris, with Its wounds first with us.
were singing. We could hear Potentate Lang will discuss Wins Promotion In game
yFletcher may well be the last time. We Next game Woman's club,
but not see."What' the |plans for the four.temple
1 asked. Knebel shall not see, or hear her a- Senior Citizens Show ceremonial to bo held here on Florida AFROTCGAINESViLLE Friday, March 20, 7130| p.m.

"The Battalion of Death" gain. But we did! Depictedon June '< and 7 and will outline the : : Vernon V.

Of death" Famous Novelist, Saturday nlgt in that gemof help which will be needed from Vandiver Jr, of linmokah-e, has Lawyers
fun and the members of the local dub. been promoted to the rank of
; harmony, Jew
The Captain whispered as If
I it might seem profane to speak Buys Naples HomeThe els of Paris." We shall re- Wide Of HobbiesExhibits "(;very Indication Is that this cadet second lieutenant In the Will Hold Joint
Range will bring to Naples the largest Air Force Reserve Officer Training .
louder. "The battle plan ,.. Fletcher Knebels,of Wash. Dinner
group, ever coming to our city, Corps lAF'ItOTC) detachmentat MeetingMembers
Ington, D.C., are expected to may not agree with De
an elastic defense. Your Infantry stated Clemmer. "All local Slirl. the University of Florida here.Cadet ,
become residents of Naples about Gaulle's histrionic from shell Albrecht collection of the Collier County .
and ours, will pull backto approach to ranging design; V. ners should be prepared to par. Vandiver, son of Mr. and
April 1, moving to 19SSouth lake his nation's future. Nonetheless design to wood carving and col. of Ub stamps honoring the so. Bar Association and the Col.
t the third line. The German tic[pate fully In this great under. Mrs. Vernon V. Vandiver of 1m.mokalee
Drive. lections of fossils submitted veral Helen Fox sand. lier County Medical Society
are glad that France by states; ,
barrage explodes on you taking I urge not only mom. was stltuted on the
I empty The recent listing of county approximately 40 members, wlch and pressed glass; the will hold a joint meeting<< at 7
sings again. And may she con bers of club but also basis of academic Hit.
trenches ..... for our any grades,
empty except
real estate transactions noted marked the annual hobby show of Ham in family, crocheted artl. o'clock Thursday night at Naples
this Battalion of Death." tinue to sing ... to Instill that other Shriner who may be In standing leadership ability and
that Marian Park Knebel had the Naples Senior Citizens Club Community Hospital according
pur. cles notably table cloths Nettl "
joie de vlvre of a Gallic Naples to come to the dinner. potential as an Air Force of. Trygstad
The French contin- gay to Dr. Ethel l secretary
Infantry chased the home on South Lake in the auditorium of the Wo. Ledarlch shell design Eliza ,
; at 0 dinnerat
Social hour's p.m. fleer
ued to pass us where on the Drive. people. man's Club Monday, beth Blascoe shell of the Medical Society.
design Myrna
So let it be adieu this ; 7 p.m. The cadet Is a graduate ofEveigladifS .
I verge, we stood as unseen as The movie, "Seven Days In to No business was transacted by McClure, bolls made from tin School. There will be a panel discussion

they; three companies softly May," to be seen for the last Community Concert Season the Club on this regular meet cans; Alma Jackson, shell de. Sgt. William Nash graduation High and ccsiple.lion of problems of mutual
harmonizing as If fearful that time this evening at the local How better so successfully to ing date of the organization, but sign; Tess Hillplneneedlework! ; Upon of AFKOTC retirements interest All lawyersdoctor and

\ In full voice they might alert Third Street theater based upona end It than to know that France the sale of hobby.made goods, Robert E. Adams scrap books Serving In Korea he will be eligible for appoint dentists are invited, Dr. Tr>g.
novel wlrtten by Fletcher Sings Again.Karen sanctioned in some Instances, and files of 12 annual \Issues of shad said. Dinner will be serv.
the distant'enemy.. I do not Army MSt William J, Nash; menu asI/ second lieutenant in .
ed at the hospital and
Knebel Knebel, long time re. went forward briskly The ex. the Album. reservations
know what they were singing sident of Washington D.C.went hibltors, whose exhibits were Harry Constance and E. Jack whose wife, Martha! live at the U.S. Air Force should beknado tomorrow.

but It could have been a 1918 there first as a correspondentfor WilliamsOn set up on tables the length and son showed their original movie 33J6 Woodrow Ave., Richmond : "
version of Le Chant des Parti- Vs March 3 Tuesday, Marich 17 1961 (OLLIKIt ('OUNTY NEWS: 5
the Cleveland Plain Dealer. breath of the auditorium includ.ed studies of the Naples scene and ., was! assigned to
Roll At
sans. When I heard this on More recently he has been associated Honor : Florida fauna and flowers. the 7th Infantry Division Artillery

Saturday night In the High with magazine publl. Howey Academy Rosalie Miller, debutante In Korea T NAPLES/ -11/1/1'1/ \)--4''
School Auditorium, a lost mem- cations and work in television. fans, some dating from 1908 and Sergeant Nash assigned to

ory came unfolding back. I Mrs. Knebel was a former KOWEY IN THE HILLS paintings; Ray Manley and Wll. LBJ Names Hope the division artillery's (lead- 'r TRAVEL PIR. r" c 1 I y.i1fRfVE .

stood l again,beside that famous. newspaper correspondent. Xare Williams lot Naples has 11am Chase family trees and, To Hoard To Pick Quarters Battery, entered the "" '; '
been placed on the honor roll records; Minnie French, Cap Army In 1946.\ REFRESHED
for the fourth six weeks of class. Cod glass; Clara Young, car.pets Winners Of Medals
> The son of Mr, SPI1IE'
es at Howey Academy, Dr C.A. and rugs; Earl Fritsch,hand sergeant ,WITH TIME TO
TV RADIOBy Vaughn Jr., Academy headmas. carved wood objects; Ora f'rlts.ch WASHINGTON (CAP) President and Mrs. William\ 11. Nash, 'I'
ter, announced this week. embroidery; AnnaDlehl, shell Johnson has named comedian Palm Late Trailer Park Naples
-- Grades are awarded on a no. designs, Leroy Greason,rugs and Bob Hope to succeed lien. attended Luton I High dchool 0"' FL $V NIlf'LESlIRI.IIES
CYNTHIA LOWRY Carol Burnett and Bob Newhart merlcal rather than letter basisat paintings; Bess Wilkinson and ry Cabot Lodge in England.:: '" .

AP' Television.Radio Writer among the stars, on Friday the Academy Dr. Vaughn said, Marguerite Smith, crochetings; Hope Isn't going to take over

NEW YORK (AP) The Co. nights. A documentary series, and to attain the honor roll dls. Mrs. Floyd White, shell design; Lodge's job as ambassador to
lumbla Broadcasting System "World War I," will be seen on South Viet Nam. 1
Unction a student must maintainan Mary Telemanlch, flowers from
after weeks of planning and re. Tuesday nights. overall average of .85: or shells; Jack Horner, a collection lie Is succeeding Lodge as a
visions of plans has formally "The Nurses" will be movedto above. of fossils from the Caloosahat.chie member of the Distinguished

announced its fall schedule. It a Tuesday night spot; "The Located on the shore of Lake River bed; Helen Homer, Civilian Service Awards Board,

Includes 13 new programs and Defenders" to Thursday eve. Harris in central Florida,Howey shell design; Walter Wright, which recommends winners for

11 time-changes' for returning nings; "Password" to Thursday Academy Is a nonprofit, co.edu. rugs; Charles Elmendlnger; the Medal of Freedom for distinguished .
shows nights, and "Rawhide" to Fri. rational college preparatory miniatures made from color code service to the coun.

If CBS is a trend leader, next days A number of others will school for resident and day stu telephone wire; Ethel Spauldlng, try in various fields,

fall's schedules on all networks have new times.Recommended dents. Ninety-five per cent of flowers; Winifred Merrill, knit. ,' ,
11 \\rld'
heal] "' it kis 1))
should be a barrel of fun: eightof tonight: "The its graduates continue their edu. ting; Arthur Everts, granite and ,
Biro1tl '\ri .
sweep ; ;
the 13 new shows are come. Richard Boone Show," NBC, cation at the college level. quartz collection; Use Kadloff, ed
H dual
in ""r meteor these
dies, and all are half.hour 9.10 (EST)-conclusion of two. Miss Williams is the daughter giant lemons Victoria Kolle,
; >''Ic'uds. til", "ID al) ve. Hieirtb
shows. part drama of politics, "The of Mr. and Mrs Bert L.Williams. knitting; Mabel Albrecht, shell *, irU '
New programs Include "Llv Arena." < c.
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Ing Doll, a comedy with Julie
Newmar playing a beautiful ro.

bot, and "Bill and Martha,"
with William Bendix and Mar.

tha Raye, another comedy. TODAY'S BEST OPPORTUNITY
These will fill the Sunday night
hour opposite NBC's "Bonanza"one

of the toughest competitivespots

in television. IANIIfL I /
Other comedy shows are .... ,. .,,"" "Jti4" ..' ..."'",
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"Many Happy Returns" on Monday .
night, about a man who .

works in the complaint depart. ., Gulf of Mexico r
ment of a store, "The Cara Wll. r fOKt MWl KCH WU Ze

(Hams Show" on Wednesday, a tAU' OM'1', <

husband.wife series; "The Mon 4' 'uNDEE. ,,., c5' Jx POfeT MYERS
sters" on Thursday, a series A eAa+ i
ft. SaN
about a family that look like '. ., ,
Frankenstein monsters, with
Fred Gwynne and Al Lewis, .NAPLES
"The Baileys of Balboa," alsoon j u i 1 RAAMAAe 1AAIq __, ir j( 'c. a'"'

Thursday, with Paul Ford r __
marina in A t l aA 1A0A0
owner a
playing a
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yachting community; "Comer r POINCIANA r

Griffith show, playing a Marine UNO CO"OIAtiO,

recruit, and "Gllligan's Island" .. BONiTYL. SPRINGS
yachting community; "Comer P..IIN

bore Pyle", in on spin-off Fridays from, with the Jim Andy Na- WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME?

recruit, and "Gllligan's Island"on
Saturday, about a group of BLOCKS "H" AND "Z" Of PINE RIDGE EXTENSION ARE ZONED TO PER.'
in of offer. several
shipwrecked people. parcels forty or more acres are being parcels on either Estero River or Ostego

MIT THE KEEPING OF A RIDING HORSE (for your pet pony).
There will be three new dramatic
series. "Slattery's Peo.pie" ed for sale in Lee County, midway between Bay directly across from the new Causeway under
Drive out today, Only 3V mile north of the Naples city limits on U. S. 41.
on Monday evening leader Is the ofa Naples and Fort Myers. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort Myers Beach and Bonlta
story of the minority For details, see any Naples Realtor.Pine.
state legislature. "Yours Truly the fastest growing areas in Southwest Florida! Beach
Danny Taylor" on Friday
nights is a newspaper tale. "Mr.

Broadway" on Saturday nights, -
with Craig Stevens, Is an action.
adventure series about a press
agent who does amateur detect.

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March brings major league that there wasn't enough roomto
baseball to Florida, and Naples Insert the pencil to be sharpened CITY (A J>>-Kansas

(fy fortunate In being as closes So the sharpener was State is the only team 'in the . . . . . . . . .
It is to one of the big train hastily relocated. semifinals of the NCAA basket

Ing camps. We are sofarfrom Other members: of the press ball achieve championship A high national\! that rating didn't 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS TuemUy, !March 17, 1961

Everything else. corps strangely felt very little this season and Coach Tex Win.

Naples feels even closer to sympathy for the Pittsburgh a ter Is Just as happy it workedout
Fort Myers and Terry Park sportswriter who banged out b 1a that way. Intrasquad Game
this spring because one of Collier his story In the seventh inn- "No, I don't complain about Eagle

( County's finest athletes ing, then had to rush back to that," Winter' said by telephone-

Is in training with the Pirates, the teletype and revise It when from Manhattan, Kan., today

Harry Billie has Impressed the Pirates padded their lead "Let 'em have the high ratings Set For Friday NightNaples

many observers at bat and In with three eighth-Inning runs. -and. the" pressure that goes
the field. The 1962 Naples Sunday's attendance figureof 'rlth it.
High grad will stay with the 2,243 was announced about The others In Friday night's High School's football 1964 season.lithe contract comesin

Pirates for another week orso the time the Pirates were scor. semifinals are UCLA, Michigan team continues to prepare forFriday's this week, the complete sche.
and Duke, who finished one, will be announced at Fri.
then he will the Pittsburgh these late The big Intrasquad contest
go to ing runs. attendance two three In
the final Assocl.
day's Intrasquad game
rookie that will bring to a close the
school at Daytona count was passed alongto ated Press poll. Kansas Statewas
current spring practice. Morris also said that, for the
Beach and from there Gastonia the public address
to man because not ranked. fans' entertainment Friday, the
he was told, "there area y "We were No. 1 all season Tickets for this affair are high school pep band will be on
Blllle went wild like the Indian lot of bets on It." once," Winter recalled, "and I being sold In advance by junior hand, and at the public address
he Is In the know the that high students. They also will
Pirates' In- -- "n. pressure can put microphone will be G, A. Scott
trasquad contests last week HITTERS OUT FRONT HARRY BILLIE pauses before going on Vetter, Fans at Fort Myers have got. on )'ou. There's enough pres. be available at the gate Friday and Bill Longshore.

getting three singles and a trl> Spring training generally to the field Sunday and signs his name ten quite an eyeful watching Billie, NCAA sure built championships Into this thing that(the we night.50 cents Admission for students price and will adults be
In times finds the hitters ahead )
pie seven at bat. Me of the
has So the for youthful autograph-seeker Richard No 77, hit and field (NEWS photo) don't need any more. alike, and proceeds will go to. Gators BlankVanderbilt
played In the infield and pitchers. Grapefruit
"I'm glad to let 'em have the ward financing the junior high
outfield and has caught batting League games are more free- Ing Is that the National Lea- high ratings" and senior high athletic pro 4-0

practice. scoring than during the regular gue has five or six teams which The year he referred to was grams GAINESVILLE (AP) The

season. The fact that Pittsburgh will win more games than the 1959 when his Wildcats com. Frldaj's Blue White scrim. University of F lor 1 d a Gators
PINCH RUNNER hit seven of the 10 Pirates. piled a 25.2 record and finishedIn mage will begin at 8 p.m. Two blanked Vanderbilt on the base.
Those who saw the Pins home runs Sunday leads one the No. 1 spot only to lose big and capable ends, Walter Kit. ball diamond but were shut out

burgh home opener Sunday saw to suspect I Kansas City's pit- to Cincinnati for the midwest chle and Steve Clark, will cap on the tennis courts by the Unl.

gillie get Into the game In the ching staff too. Aaron Thinks regional championship. tams the Blue and White teams varsity of Miami Monday.
late stages. He was a pinch- A hitter who looks like he I This year the Wildcats put to. respectively. The coaches will Dan Griffin allowed Vandy on.

runner In the Pirate eighth then will stay out In front of the gether a 22.5 mark in winning divide the squad after practice ly one hit as his mates slammed
the Big Eight title and the Mid.west Wednesday and will work with base hits for a 4.0 virtu.
played third base as the Pirates pitchers for good Is rookie Infielder seven
Of 350 Regional They'll play each team separately on Thurs. I')'.
went to the field In the Gene Alley. He drilled Day John Wooden's swift
unbeaten day.
O Miami's tennis team scored a
three homers and
plnth. Sunday
team, 28.0, in the night. 9.0 shutout III tennis as the Hurricanes
Random notes compiled while looked good afield. He batteda cap Friday. Michigan, Big Ten This week the team Is re. won in straight sets all

watching Sunday's game: league-leading .368 In the Hitter GoneWEST co.champ, 22.4 plays Atlantic viewing offensive plays On Mon. the wa)'.
The Pittsburgh home openerat Arizona winter Instructional Coast Conference champion day, they worked on the wide
where batted Duke, 25.4, in the first plays runs around either end
Terry Park was a colorful league, Blllle .306 game.
PALM BEACH Fla. The winners clash and running passes. This after
event. The opposing team was incidentally.In In the title Unkeless Sinks
(AP)-Henry Aaron, who owns game Saturday night, scheduledfor noon the team was to work on
I Kansas contrast to Alley's good
City wearing bright
the highest lifetime batting av. national television running plays between the tack.
green and gold,uniforms. fortune Is second-year player erage of any currently active starting at 9 p.m., CST.coverage les, and on drop.back passes.Wednesday's Tee ShotAndHas
The weather was sunny and Bob Bailey a third base- major leaguer, believes base. None of the four semifinalists practice will be de.

breezy. Visitors from the man who, If you compare bonus ball has seen the last of the ever has won before. Kansas voted to defense.
north and some indtscreet"natives" payments. Is worth 16 Harry .350 hitters."I State came the closest reach. A WitnessFrank

wound up with sunburns. Dillies On Sunday Bailey just don't see how anybodycan log the final game before losing CAN'T PLAY Unkeless of Naples shot

The 20-knot wind blew towardthe looked foolish when he got pick hit for that high an aver. to Kentucky 68-58 in 1951. Big Bill Hartter, a 220.pound a hole In one at Big Cypress
distant left-centerfield ed off first base In the first age any more, with the kind of UCLA is making its sixth tackle who won a varsity letteras yesterday and luckily for him

fence contributing somewhatto Inning. pitching we've got to hit against MltA NCAA appearance. Its highest a center, will not be able to the greens superintendent: hap.

the barrage of 10 home In the third he threw to the today" said the Milwaukee previous appearance was fourth participate in Friday's affair. pened to be waUhlng.! So he's
slugger. "When 1 broke In with in 1962. Duke was third last He cut his foot over the week.
base when he fieldeda
'runs hit during the won wrong got a witness.
game the Braves 11 year end Guard Lee
years ago you Michigan hasn't been in Treadwell re.
by Pittsburgh. 15-7. bunt opening the gates to were practically certain that PITTSBURGH MANAGER Danny Murtaugh (right) the tourney since 1948. cently recovered from the mea. Playing alone, Unkeless lilt a
6 Iron the 173-yard second hole
This breeze also caused some a five-run I Kansas City up one or two guys would hit .350 draws chuckles from Tom Johnson (left) and his son sles, and now tailback Donald with wind on behind him. The ball
anxiety among newcomers to rising. After Pittsburgh rallied of .360. Those days are gone" Walker has them.
Jim Johnson Is of the Pirates who is in Gator RunnersAt took one hop and disappeared In
Terry Park's press box, whichIs to go ahead Bailey hit The 30-year-old Aaron, generally one owners
the It his third hole In
located high In the air, atop two singles and a double and regarded as the best hitterIn Fort Myers watching his team during spring training Coach Jerry Morris hope cup. was

the grandstand roof. The press scored twice. The kid probably baseball, owns a .320 aver. Fort to receive a contract this week one.Paul
(NEWS photo) Myers Nevers Is the greens
from the school with which he
box sways back and forth In has been trying too hardto age He batted .355 just five completed negotiations last week superintendent who saw the shot: J
the breeze. It almost justify his bonus years ago, a figure that gave
was huge
payment and saw the ball go in. So-
Induce It will be Interesting him one of his two batting ti- This Thursday for Naples' 10th garni of the It's
enough to seasickness to official.
but a veteran sportswriter com- see If he can cast off the sha- ties."Today's Hornung Karras To Be BackIn
pitchers are better Everglades- High School's track
mented reassuringly that the dow of the big dollar sign. f
than any I've seen since I came team gets its next competitivetest
press box went through Donna So far, the Pirates have madea up to the big leagues Back in on Thursday when it travels GREAT AGGRAvATION ;;tt..rJ.,

without a scratch. good Impression scoring runs 1954 and '55, a club had one, Pro Lineups This YearNEW to Fort Myers to meet Fort t
There was a new pencil shar- by the fistful. Whether they maybe two outstanding pitch. Myers Junior High and other F* WHEN WERE IN NAPcES.: ,w _.f1

pener on the back wall of the can retain their hot bats after ers, After you got by them, you schools at Edison Stadium. ::* I *'
press box. Trouble' was, the April 14 Is another question.On usually had one or two easy YORK (AP>-*IalfbackPaul ( served to be punished. He I con. Last week, the Gators obtained t Z I/ou'pe AT'MONROE STATiOAiu :

guy who put It up Installed It that day they start playing ones in every series. Hornung will get a second tinued to fill speaking engage 21 points In a meet In Fort My. ( ..... 1 '"
so close to a projecting shelf for keeps. The general feel- "Now every club has at least chance to show his second ef. ments and broadcast some high ers, scoring two second places. Jt -
three top flight starters. As If fort for the Green Bay Packers. school games In his home townof They were John Dickerman In the FLY NAPLES RIRCiNEs
that's not enough they reach And Alex Karras gets a crackat Louisville Ky. mile and big WUlard Wooten in \r1y4;.,
Into the bullpen and throw a filling the big hole in the de. Hornung said he now weighs the shot put. Dlckerman's time
The Dogs At Bonita pitcher at you who Is just as Pensive line of the Detroit Lions 221 pounds, about six poundsover was 5:24 "and he has done
tough, if not tougher." *. that he left there last year. his playing weight. 4:52 in practice since then,"

I, /: 'A special St. Patrick's Fea'tur entries In the feature will be The sweetswtnglngright. Both Hornung and Karras, set Karras at first was bitter Coach Phil Larson reports
will highlight tonight's 11 Captain Tommy, Gamblin John, handed hitter whose .319 figure down indefinitely last April 17 about his suspension, and he Wooten threw the shot 40 feet, Trail
race program at the Naples Sammy Dewitt, Nyby and last year barely missed winningthe for betting on National Football balked at suggestions that he 4 Inches Other Everglades per. ways
Fort Myen. Kennel Club. The Broadway Steady National League batting League games have been rein. sell his Interest In a Detroit bar formances Included a third in

first race is slated to get underway ENTRIES crown, cited the Houston Colts stated. which police said was a hang the sprint medley relay and four.
at 8::15. as an example. NFL Commissioner Pete Ro. out for hoodlums. Eventually he th place in the half-mile relay. treats like
Racing Secretary Bill Kern- Pint, Orada D l/ll "This club finished ninth," he zelle, who handed down the sus. sold, and moved his family to The team picked up three fifth you
I Swlula S Shown I said, "But It had three out. pensions, lifted them Monday Clinton Iowa. places. Butch Hughes broad.
per Patrlck'i has arranged a special' St Happy Migratory Qlngar 4 I Sarga Fay Mukla Morgan 10 7 standing pitchers in Ken John. with a statement that empha. "I don't feel like I used to feel jumped 17' 10", Wooten heav.
Feature, the Grade A Big Arkla S June Monty I.' son, Dick Farrell and Bob sized that nelthSr man had been about the suspension" he said ed the discus 99'6", and Jimmy
'rOth, and has lined up eight top .c.nd Grad D ./11 Bruce. And that guy In the bull charged with betting against his Monday. "I'll be a real tiger out Collins was timed in 2:26.4 in "company"r
dogs to bid for honors. Sue Tie
Merry Elmo I My Vale" I pen (Hal Woodeshick) is no own team or not giving his best there on the field this fall" the half-mile.
owned by Mrs. James Sllipo and Golden Mutroti I Torrcln I in Wilson the Detroit
slouch either. That's a tlpoff on every game George ,
You Nama Mo 7 2 Wood Ml 10
running from the Julllene Coble Carolyn K Rckr I Riy Boy 11 what kind of pitching to expectIn Rozelle added that the conductof coach, said Karras was the Nardi TKO In (maybe better!)
Kennel Is the
handlcapper'apick this league." Hornung and Karras was "best defensive tackle In the
Third' Qrada M I/U
In this one, although Mr.
Echo and Sailed Eltir 0.. I P.nworth I taken Into consideration In the league," and he'll be glad to Eighth Round
look be
capable Andy FKo 7.2 tylod 4 Should lifting of the suspension have him back.
of pulling a big upset. OtherRESULT MIss Carolyn K I Old Moos 1 Says U.S. said he would startIn
Pat, Qamo I ArnhoK 10 Vince Lombard, coach of the Beats Dixon
.- Subsidize Team May to get his legs back in Packers said he would be hap.
Fourth Gal Orado. Oiirk E: Sidle l/ll 1Twisty 1 shape for the 1964 season. The py to have Hornung back, and MIAMI (AP)-Joe Nardi, 157,
Fond of You 72 Moor MmBrdwy I Or Quit OlympicsATLANTIC Packers Ihree.tlme Western added he will not be traded" of Chicago won by a TKO over
First T-11:11: Quln. 110.MHonayaSacrat Rock 10 Npt t Rambler I Conference winners until last There have been several rumored Scatterhawk Dixon, 170, of MI.
Nacklaca m 1.20 4 4(0.K {IMMary's 10 Rocking R.d I Sky Zombil 02 CITY N. J. (AP) season, fell to second behind the trades for Hornung, but ami Monday night when referee
Llttla Lockat (I) 240 Firth Orada E l/ll -Jake Gaither head football Chicago Bears in the 1963 cam. Lombardi has denied all of Barney Felix stopped the fight
Robin Radbrtt 7.1 Stood Son I coach at Florida AIM said
palpi.Hornung's. In the first minute of the eighth
.... them
'oc. T-111 IT Quln. |M 00 Pay cash Mar 4 C..y Martoun 1Nocatchl. should
the United
Monday States
Vicky Wink (5)) 100 110 100 12 Echoed I shoes never were The new season will be the round
Cotton K.nny (7) S.20 SOD r... King I TV'', Jiyllnth I subsidize Its athletes or with. filled satisfactorily The former seventh pro campaign for Hor. Nardi, 22, scored his sixth

Satta (4) 4 40 0'.... T I/I draw from the Olympics."If Notre Dame Golden Boy famed nung, who is 28, and the sixth straight win, four by knockouts.
Dally Double' ((71)) IM M Hacklaman 4 J V* lutar 7 we want to compete on an for his second effort running for Karras, who is 29,
Irlih, Siinal' 10 Mir A MirottaLaa | I equal basts with the Russians, and threat ,
blocking as a
Third T-aII': 011''''. Ill.M Di. 12 Danton 1 sharp T kIt's
Flare Away (7)) 100 1M 100 Play loot t 0... 0 I we've either got to do it 'on a passing halfback also was the
r/ftll r 1'
Savwith Orada C l/ll
Radii (SI 4 40 Some Claitle 7.2 Nut Doll I drop out of the Olympic Games lie led the league In scoring 'I tI I !I ''

Fourth T-llit! 011''''. 121.40Jon' C.y', Army M 1 Fair Echo /2 altogether" he said. for three straight seasons and I .. ...: ,
Carrol Carrot 10 Miry FilthPuthln I ..... ,
Nutty (II 100 2M 100 Gaither speaking to the re..ort's holds the scoring record. '
Mir How B J" (ll | 00 4 10 I Paca I / : 'It, I
Bice Tl. (4)) 110 Junior Chamber of Com The Lions also fell off with ,111" ":,., ,,1 ;I
Eighth Grade C I/II merce while In town to attend Karras out of action The 250. "' ((1.,: ,-:) / \ I
Fifth T-a1l71 Quln. 12420 Casual Frland I Flungo 7 the 17th annual National Foot. "II',. ....... \ rl .
Drum M'ke' (2)) 10 40 120 I 20 Shop /2 I c'. Down 1 pound tackle was the standoutin / I I
Raihomon (3)) 4 00 1 40 Quick Track I Mind ProtpictHickott I ball Clinic said athletic contests what was probably the 1,1:1\Q: \ : h'; ) fl .
Rlvor Creating' (5I( j (0tl 4 Lon. Dude I 10 with Russia have become battles league's best defensive line The ? ; 'i 1

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Maralla Brdwy Sklppor (2)) 140 4 40 Nip Dowpon Havoc 10( Opon Frank In a Mid 12 their caps. If we lose, it stigma Hornung had said all along experts bend over backwards to answer your questions
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tI t Tu "" .7. March 17. Itit COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7
I I Below State National Average

Florida Wing CAP:

1-1508 Places Second In

Locally On Government Payrolls National Ratings *

(PEC't.1 TO TilE Eh'S included also Is the postal equivalent to 37 soemployedper National Headquarters of the

service. l.ooo. Civil Air Patrol announced that
NEW YORK \ hat does it
The reports show that there rhat compares with 50 per the Florida Wing of CAP wit

take. In terms of personnel. are 124 men and women local. 1,000 In other parts of the Its headquarters In Orlando plac,

to handle Collier County's administrative ly who are employed in such United states in the field of ed second during the 1963 eva.luatlon .

business0 work by the Federal state and public administration. In the of the 52 wings of the

qi How does the number of local local government. State of Florida the ratio is National CAP program.

z J1tlrllVtl'l2207IAnnouncements people on public admlnlstra Related to the total number 52 per 1,000.In Colonel S. Hal lock du Pont,

tion payrolls of the r ede ral. of Corking people locally it is addition to the local residents Jr., Florida Wing Commander;
stated that he was extremely
state and local
fcho are employed by pleased with the high standingof
compare with the number in
other communities" administrative bodies, there the wing during the year 1963,

On-Job Training are many others who are on particularly since the evaluation

According to the latest fig- governmental payrolls In other system was changed from the

16-Help Available 49-Houses For Rent s, 59-Acreage ures on the types of jobs held Openings Sought capacities. such as In educational year before when Florida alsq

by people in each area of the .. and health seivlces. placed second In the country.
For BtAUIIFUL HOME ON THE JV Acre Camp Sit $295 CASHI For Disabled Vets
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 10th your Av odd*. Job So see WalterJl 3I1Z.St GULF To rent for winter 2* acres I mile from Golden country the proportion of Collier :- The number of Collier Coun- Florida scored a total 1710.7

!62( E. Tmiml Trill m.ne-.nt tetton 19(4 (5 3 bedroom 3 Oat, I mile north of proposed County residents who work Openings for on.the.job train points out of a possible 200Q
Desire and mm bath Central Heat 4 air condo Ft Lauderdale road KM CASH ty people( holding down these
Midway I K872 tananee of estate or *plt. Cou South and t tcraened Absolutely the finest, mvettmentpeculation for such bodies is loiter than Int of disabled veterans are be. points. The main strong pointIn

WILLS HAIR"FASHIO'NS pIe .vsilable with, long .operi.ence porch**. Open ttrrace facing in Collier Cojnty average.The In i; sought b>' the Veterans Ad non-admlnlstratlve public jobs this )ear's evaluation was trW
All branch beauty *rvice end best of reference.. MI beach. Separate servant's housewith H. 'LUFF, R E. Broker amounts to 284, the reports
417 5th Av*. So. 2.2032. 3liStSITUATION 2 room.. Beautifully, I.nd. .lhQ.Ith St. No : Midway ministration as the surest \\a) Cadet program which was cited

MI 2.7431 WANTED seeped end unobstructed view 22270. -- -.. -_ employment study is to obtain permanent employment ihoMl told there are 508 as outstanding for the third yearIn

3Il.St3BoatsMotors active Youngish retired 62 Whit college. ml-'r.bl. non. to Returning abe on North.bach of would property."U Five acre tract I miles from contained in theCominerceDe-( for the veteran when his train.: locally who work for some a row. The Search and Res;

drmkr, Fl 1.. eheudeur LI. to how house before leaving city limit High and dry land partmeit's new report call- Ing Is completed, M. T, Dlxon branch of government. cue program of the Florida Wlngj
Acces. c.n.. Short pay for short See your *..nt. road to each; tract |5i per of Florida
hours. E..M..n.. Psferencet.Boa1737 3/I S.17 .cro. Marlowe and Beck Real. ed "Occupational Characteristics Departmentof \shat it amounts to Is that also rated extremely high duringthe

08. 3117.5' 260' FROM BEACH ton. 41] tth Aye. SO. Ml 2 S221 ," and in otfier data from Veterans Affairs, laid tod..)'. for every 12 working peopleIn evaluation.I The Delaware4Wing l ,

SPECIAL Young man 23. 2 y... coli.... For rant till Dee 15th. Fur 2/11.tftt the Census Dureau.I "Merel to train veterans In the local area one is Ina with Its headquarters In
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" seeks. permanent employmentCollier nithed 2 bedroom 2 bath houl 40 acre clot In Adcnt| vocational schools or colleges the city of Wilmington, placed
County. Would be willing Screened porch and fireplaceTV to access rotdt and powerII I Isted under the heading goveinmrm job.
run about twin 40 HP to invest capital fund If cable Very quiet To .100. Collier County Real' Et public administration" are accomplishes oily a part of the Much of the expansion In first In the nation for the second
Johnson motors with only nocttry P. O Box 1025. N*. edulls.I Inquire mtt:71 Ith Av: '.'.. MI! 1.1919. Op.n Sundiy task. The are still umemploj. time also.
plat 3117.11.11 So, from 9 p m. ; 311w.1I61lncome only those activities that are than personnel Is occurring at the
ed. Their handicaps rather The Civil Air Patrol Is the
hrs since 2 18 3/I7H
15 S
new. after
pm functions municipal level. It .Is noted.In .
uniquely governmental
their abilities loom largeIn
may official Auxlllar of the U.S.
tanks all control. Hout* and cottage for rentMonth Property
pal. ,
gras 23-Miu. For Sale yeer 411 loth Av*. So: such as legislative and the prospective emplojer'sejes nearly every part of the Air Force, and has two majorprograms.

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail.er MAPS Two Bedroom.- two bath hout lllnt corno!* m* to sell my Judicial. as well as most of ," he said. country the number of peopleon The cadet program)!

complete package City County Topo 'of unfurnished stove and with ralngerator the exception Annual ,Sea*pt any. buildinn dy et with 112 7th furmthini Av*. So those in the executive agencies "On the other hand," Dixon city payrolls continues to which his as Its goal the motU

$1896 See at 1650 Murex CAPLES XEROX Copying BLUEPRINTING instantly I..... J/3H said, "VA officials have learn. climb year after year. Cited vatlon of the air-minded >outh o

Drive or call Bill Tucker Ill 5th A".. So MI lollSZ Three Bedroom and on*.half .ftlander Apartment. cTlot to ed If an employer trains the dls. as the reason for most of this America and the senior program

Midway 2.4295 Excellent 3/11t1 Beautl'ul CUIIO" th bath* xcption house. unfurnished of cerpett. with cur good boachi form and hopping Mar low* Owner and Beck III. U.S. Sues Miami ablud veteran In his own shop, rise Is the increased i demand for which has the responsibility for1

Buy! cebinets. Never uted soor low scyoq priced : tem*. stove and relrigaretor: Mil Ito..*, 417 Ith Av*. So. Ml Violating there Is strong assurance that service by a g row Ing population. the Emergency Services Disaster
Immediate delivery Ml Annual LeataWATKINS. t.221 2 1221 Firm he will retain the trained veteran work as well as Search and Res!

YACHT BROKERAGE ttOSi 3/1011 (35 SlIt Av*. So A Tel BARKAU Ml 2.Sill Wage Hour Law as a tallormade employee." cue details for missing aircraft
Complete Naplat Llcting* '/lOtf Waterfront Property Dlxon asks the aid of the ve.
Fin Inboard Boot From 20 Pertonal and persons.
Bob Merlin MI2.37S7Brunk Miami .V federal wage terana groups employment agencies Nixon
YANKEE LANDINGAn SaysForeign The local unit of Civil Air Pa.
,Smufl! _Cr'! ,,Csft Salat RUBBER STAMPS that 54-Trade or Sell axcltmg new waterfront hour suit in United States Dls and the business world In trol In Naples/ meets each Tues.
SPORTSISHERMAN2S Co.... on Chesapeake: Av ..
trict Court here allei $4,063.77 general In locating employers
make a food Impnttion. day night at 8 at the air-
From p.m.
Ft Ulrickton flying bridge Stock for Oyster Bay $7500 to
Bowling aero
225 Gray MarIne. ilespi three. Any alt*. Quick Mrriet. Naples age Lot* otc' G IIS.000. S.. rt today or call' In back wages is duo nIne em. who Kill\ offer disabled but am. port. Persons desiring more In,
complete with tithing chain Collier County NEWS. H LUFF: R. rtl.o: : Oil Carton Bro*. 2 2121 After hour ployees of National Air Catering bilious veterans a chance to take formation should call

condlton.nd m.ny$4950.00.other .Cell.tre.Burton Top SIN II. No Midway 22270Lovely 2:3324.: 1/Stl Service Inc.. National Caterers. training In specialized lines of PolicyIs Swenson at 24497. Mrs. Dor

8ros. 2.2121% ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSMen Pine Ridg*, b4nom Inc. Victor Damiano dolnj bust work with a goal of permanent
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for downtown
Wmn with drinkingproblem Hem will xchng 65-G.n. Real Estate
M FT. CHRIS CRAFTCOMMANDER *. Cell MI I 2770 Mooting Hem 521.600. Contact O.rl ness as Damlano's Ravioli Com employment.
Tuesday and Frtdayt S 3ta LUFF R E. Broker, 421 and Victor Damlano Indl .. ___ H'_'. Plan Contest For
m Cttg .. First' Baptl SIlt St. No. Midway 222?*. OWNER TRANSFERRED panIc Big IssueMIAMI
1958 MODEL CWUrCW -3.bedrpoms Near tchoolt. 2 bath- .Fin Corner family lot vlduall, all of 2411 N.W. 39th Naples Share Of Wilderness Photos
12th St.
305 HOURS ON ENGINE. EX. 55-Stores Office horn. Ave. or 7201 S. W. ,

CELLENT CONDITION. K W. Professional Service OWNER WANTS TO SELL this Miami. .. Cigaret Tax For (AP) Former Vice TALL \I1ASSCE -- Florida

110 GENERATOR. RAYTHEON CUSTOM BUILT bedroom. The complaint filed by U.S.: President Richard M. Nixon nature lovers and shutter bugs
DEPTH FINDER AND SHIP Office Space 12 x 19 ft. For I Wo.b.th home on 100' lit
TO SHORE RADIO. A REAL Incente T.. ".tur... prepares Rent *t $45 per mo. Coast lot North Naplo. location Secretary of Labor W. WlllardWlrtt Month Is $12,965Naples II)' a breakdown In the Allan may compete for awards and
BARGAIN. CALL MI 22723Sjf by Mae W.'O" former 'aconsultant 3(5 Sth Av SoTmieml written requests from
Colony BMg *
b upon
; for Little River Tan EXTRA INCOME my your tic Alliance Is the umerltnffcause honors In the Florida Wlldem
If will 4483.03 moro
from this bedroom. I bath that the got
tervce of Miami Call Midway the employees alleges behind what he called U.
i For $.Is' : IS ft. Denial built i 2270 for appointment stewart Trail Store For Rent homo plus GUEST COTTAGE In failed to pay em. as Its share of taxes collectedon ness Photo Contest being spon-
Boat. its H.P. ttr*"|ht I. Reel Etlat Office 421 tit Commercial or Professional icollont location Both com defendants for the month of S. foreign policy failures. sored by the Gainesville (.Arden -
Chrytlejr. frh 'water cooled I Si Nf ficrnoon or evening for ll5 par "'0. See Q. H. plelely furnnhed-THE PRICEIS ployees, engaged In the produc. clgirets Nixon who lost the 1960 pres.Idenllal .
Ta dock, Loaded with an: Luff. R. E. Broker 421 9th RIGHTI lion of for commercethe January than It did for January, Club and the Alachuaud-
Ira*. E. Turner 4 Son. Inc. St.. No.. Midway 22270 PnnlactLuclH : goods race to the late John F.
for Januarythis
share ubon Awards total-
1963. Naples Society.
71203Tili.hing applicable minimum
38-Autos For Sale said Monday Presl.
Ott. Leah Brown Kennedy
boat end II lip Lv.Inrude. 57-Houses For Sale Virgil Mrcum Bob Jaeger wage and overtime pay of time year will be $12,083.10 dent Lyndon B. Johnson lacks Ing $3000 will be presentedfor

Reasonable.. WYman and one-half their regular rate against $8,481.07 a year ago. of understanding of the best photographs Illustrating
2.3255 BonUs Springs.' the grasp
3/17.51 O w. u.ed Car MOORINGS DELIGHT DEWEY POLLY for employment In excess of Everglades will\ get $999.57this foreign affairs which Presidents the Intangible valueof

12 Mo Warranty on these Cars A nice I bedroom tile bath 40 hours In a workweek. January while last year Its
REALTY EIsenhower had. Florida wilderness
BARGAIN Value $1995.00 Beautiful home. Carpeting throughoutliving Kennedy and
fiberglass boat end trail 1962 Chevy 2 Nova I 0,. room' dining area. .hefts Secretary Wlrtt also asked the share was for $413.94. Nixon vacationing .re. made A senior ,division open to both
2-35 Evinrud Motors. bedroom Completely II Ith St N. for the whole ,
r hp Sedan Powerflide. I cyl 1.95.00 and one court to order the defendants to Total collected
3 tank Lot of utr. All In 1911 Comet St. Wagon air conditioned .nd healedpis. Ml 211t&SEACHFRONT white his statements In answers to amateur and profc:- loiul
AA Condition for 1295. Com Automatic Tram 1195.00 potI and dlhwhr Paved. 5---- LOT ? pay Interest on the back wages state was $4,586,781.07, questions posed by Miami Her contain both
look It 1401 Creech Rd. to carport and (tor the figure was $3 photographers ;
*t 1961 Chevrolet Biscayne driveway Studded due and costs of the action. a year ago ,
with tropical' tr**. a Herald publisher
3/lt St. Low Miles age room Nice screened Inporch collect. ald newsmen. black and white andoolor class
Wig beautiful building site. 200' Clem J. Denlcke supervisorof 188,285. Of the amount

long Eight. H pontoon Inches wide eachi 30 'Inchethigh f..t Standard Falcon Sedan 1395.00I960 {Tally lndcpd and oddd Ph Mni 14104 Par Term deep.*.Full price: $'.200. Good the Wage and Hour and Public ed In January $1.338,192.63: goes John S. Knight sat In on the In. ses. A junior division Is open
Reel Clean S95.00 after I p.m. No brokerspleate.Two General Fund while the"ncnce 1?
Marine Plywood Fiberglttied (0 ACRES Contracts Divisions field office Into the to young people not over
lost Buick Sedan two bedroom house. Between Tamtaml' Trail 4 Gulf Nixon predicted foreign policy
Sturdy conttruetioi bath Is divided quail
among of
> information
1 Federal Office Building Complete -
never uted OX 4.2ISI. Everglade New Tlret Run Good 495.00 unfurniahad with bIte eoceptioeof with creek running through the at 1S27 will be the main Issue In the 1964 years age.
*. Ak for Jimmy Rob. 1957 Old. Sedan Move end rfrlartor An. property. Will divide In 10 acre 51 S. W. First Avenue. Miami, tied municipalities. __ 00 tie saw U / Is available. by coij-
m.on. 3liStBuisln.u Automatic Good Iron 495 00 null laaaaJH tract |WO per acre. Good preildunliai campaign
.1960 Ford .St. Wagon : bath.,three bedroom how**. T.r...*. Florida said litigation resulted that while he Is not a candidate: tact(rig- the AUchuaAudobon'!
Low Mile*. Cle: *. ? N"00 t LEE LCDFORD REALTY Investigations by his staff.
-- r'C with. th* exception from for the nomination he would be Society, 1422 N.W. Seventh
O'pPs. 1951 Chevrolet Sed" i *. stove and Bonita Spring* Fla to
defendants subject
S Cyl Reel Buy 595.00 rfn.*rtor. Annunl I I.*.*. Wy 2-th3 The are City willing to run If the national Road. Gainesville. Contest
TEXACO"INC. FOR LEASE. 1959 PontiaC .,. Was WATKINS ai BARKAU 3/1.,.. the federal wage-hour law be. COP convention names him. closes April 1. 1064.
MODERN 1 BAY SERVICE All Power 1195.00 66 J Sth Ava So Tel' Ml. IMS cause they furnish meals to air. .
STATION IN NAPLES. PAID 1951 Ford Convertible J/Utf Nixon said "there Is need for
_. __ 67-Apti. For Sale
TRAINING PROGRAM AND Automatic VI 495 00 lines for use by Interstate pas.
FINANCIAL I ASSISTANCE 1957 Ford Conv VI sengers while airborne In Inter. CourtAn positive leadership. .to let the TO THE JUPCE'S DCFENSWillluni ICI
Floor, Stick Shift 395 00 people of the world know what
ABERNATHY, TEXACO. INC. USED TRUCKS I bedroom Lake Park CBS leach Club Hotel New refrlaerator state flights. the direction of U. S. policy Is." ASIUNIM't4.1'IAI'! '; ) )UlI"
Ed '..122. 2/20tf loll Chevrolet U T Drape .Included. For .
.00 houa. $10,000. Only $350 down *ppt nfUnJ, WIIM holdingnmrl
Fleettide A.I Cond.: balance $60 month call 5.41 27203.3lOUIS 18-year-old Miami driver He said "We must show we
195 Chevrolet MTFleetildo RANDOLPH FULLER. Realtor PUBLIC NOTICE Carole Christine Askey wUl accept leadership In Isolat. In (111110..1wh..:", thin
7-Dogs Cats Pets Reconditioned Complete 195.00 Office MI 2M9 Horn Ml I S6U Inc Cuba." wan H hind 'n.'iisv. \ HI-POUCH
convicted In
FOR was Municipal
3173bdrfti'ms. NOTICE Of PROCEEDINGS
1959 Chevrolet MT Pickup "President Kennedy said after pitte of hritfhlly .nlnrtU "tl:iling
RSl.trd Miniature Schnauierpuppe block Court ano-
LWB Completely ] bath IM Mondsyofdisplaytng
*. Call Ml 2.454J or MI Reconditioned 195.00 4o beach On Central Av*. 131 \,, FROM LITTLETj1 A PLAT driver's the Bay of Pigs Invasion that U. came: limKu inn (Vpl.ind'n. hiud..
tlier license
TO WHOM IT MAY : person's
2-4301 3IB.17I.lS9FlowersPlants.Seeds CHEVROLET. Ine 500. Ha. daluie living room You will 1 please' take notice that S. policy was and would con. The juilnv fxpoflvil: b'rd head,
INGRAM florid combination with and Thomas
room Drown
130 Ninth St. _' Ml t 8105 porch and SPARKS..eGIANT the Board of Commissioners of Col Judge ttnue to be getting rid of Castro.U. but he fell will prulviUd.So .
:r'I: liar County Florid upon the Mo ordered her to S100 fine
Naples. Fl. Included lion ol Marco Island Corporation: pay S. policy should be directed lou WIll ihu rxilso (Ih"t.

3113.15I7 ___ .___ draped McBride.and Realtor carpeting, IJZ Park Tom StSo ;V; FOREST : Florid Corporation.orlp*t 10 10m The defendant also was charged toward carrying that out," he p.liu offntf. .thinking' thw judge
kjijjd. for cheaper
Coconut tree to 12 ft. 75c .. on the >th day 1 I9Mt ,
with while license
Gal XL 500 sports H.T, MI I tt.44 t/ltlf driving had. hun nlliickt.il., drew hit
per ft. 4 to I ft. of wood 122 50. 1963 th* County Courthouse: In Cut said.That
Ov* S ft. of wood $27.50. See Automatic bucket teat. fastback YANHtt LANDINGAn *FIRES GROW! Naples. Florid. consider and d*. was suspended or revoked policy, Nixon said has revolver hefiira ha r,ulmd whet.
John Pulling. Naples Real E*. ttvllni Take over pay: *.citin. new waterfront termlne whether or not the Countywill
tate Each.. Inc M4 5th Av*. menu or what have you lo of Co.op on Chesapeake: Ave. vacate a portion of the AmendedPlat ,but her attorney, Leo Greenfield been relegated to the back. wan. *"rrCllln..

So Ml 2 SI33 far MI 24995 I/I' Oyster Bay From $SOO t* of Collier City, aid Plat being of Miami, spotted a technical ground.
3/l3tlh lit.000. See it today or fall recorded In Flat, Book I, pf If.
Carton Bro. J.2121. Altar hour PUBLIC NOTICI Public Record of CollIer County error in the charge, andIt
41 -Trucks Tractors 21M4 Imf Florid. end described .. follow was dismissed.
12-Help WantedNeed 6'Ei4FORINSPCTlON' 2 -elk. 4. Bill I. Bin.. a. Blk ;.
gtlor9Jnc.to: you can get a 4 J BR hornet on 11th Ave. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Blk, f. Blk I. Blk 10. Blk II. James Henry Williams, 29, Nature Conservationists
qualified sales l help to pickup truckfor So. bet wean (th 4 Ith SI*. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF BIb. 12 Blk II Blk 14. Lot Ito River Park entered
assist In keeping brettt of the only 11799 See O H. LUFF priced from ShOot to $17.SOO. THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND inclusive 1 In BIb l| Eiceptlni Apts., I
men, opportunities pretentingthmly LUFF CMC INC.. 421 9th ... WILLIAM B. STONE INC: FOR COLLIER COUNTY Ih.15 Northerly Portion of Lot I guilty plea to an assault and
**. Mutt b* erectly No. temporary location Builder* IN CHANCERY: : and 10 Blk. I. described so follow -
Long hour herd work Tom III St." IB Tenth St No Ml t IMS Cat No 2007 *: battery charge and was fined
MtBrld Realtor. 532 Park St. FRANCES E. BOSTICK: Beginning at the Northwest cornerof 175. Plan State Meet At Esteroports
So. 3/ltf TRUCKS HouSe ton *tt ol |*a badreorxtIH Tic*. Florida. Lot t. Block I. Amended Pll
I bth Living Ommiroom
mom et al of Collier City as Recorded in Cleveland Boyd 27, River
"Man. wanted do .
or woman to kitchen plenty of cabinet Plaintiffs
Itorttlon Mn clothing S295 00 Family, lair cond) .... P 5. I. Page la of Collier County Park Apts.. and Evelyn \Wad-
on Your Choice ) room Public Record and run South Tho Florida Nature: Conservancy ; a talk by Walter S. Board-
*4 day only work on our Florid room storage clottt LUCY ANN SALAS
prmitet Aply Kpp Men's 3/4 T. Ch.... Ponol Truck with washer 4 else water healer JOE SALAS long I.the elanrft West'. of Boundary 40 II feet of.".saidlot ...'.* kins, of McDonald Quarters, will hold Its third anne .1 man, executive director of National -
Shoo 752 5th Av*. So carport with storage closet SIQSBEE WALKER charged each other with
Truck the left end assault ,
3/l5lf 1 T. Ford Ponol end Terrace Mouse it of MINNIE WALKER deflect M 20' II to Convection April 45, at the attire Conservancy,

ALL IN RUNNING CBS conttruct Tarratiefloor .t el l run Boundary ISO 74 to Lot a lo point being on E I*7*t' and battery and enter- Korestun State /Park In Esteroon Washington, D.C.J election of

13-Help W.nt. Female CONDITION PLATES WITH Electric: *. electric range, and wall,.Ir haalart," ineluded. NOTICE OF Defendant SUIT South of Southeast corner of lIdLot ed pleas of not guilty. After Highway 41, )S miles south officers i and time to visit ex
1964 LICENSE t thence run North Si 71 to
The Lot is 70 K UO THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: th* Northeast corner of laid Lot testimony from six witnesses of rort Myers, 10 miles northof hibits.
tuperlenced' H.liiJr..r.M.nl.cul.t. $295 00 Complete with sprinkler. systems. LUCY ANN SALAS whose addratt t. thane along NorthBoundary the found
Choice westerly judge Doyd
The annual will be
shrubs Must banquet
Alto Manleurltt For one trees I I. unknown t* Plclntiff JOE of said Lot I. a distance Naples
of the most luvurlou retort FURNITURE FAIR b. seas te b. .o.c.d SALAS. hubnd of Lucy Ann of 150 to point of beginning not guilty and Mrs. WatkIns The convention theme will held at 6:30p.m., and the evenIng -
Location fw block" frombaach lalat, whose address I I. unknownto
Starting dale can b* arrangedfor
All of afor described lands She
seasonal worker Sendnahot TRAIL at 4ig Jrd Ave No ,..I.lnlill.IIGS.IEE being, a the of Amended Pll of guilty. was ordered to be atural Area Conservation Address will\ be by R1chard' :
O M.P. Box 52$. Hot NO. under II' 000 Ptione Ml I 4114I WALKER. whose address Cell,er City a subdivision' of Qovrr pay m fine.William under rlorl' <"*,i' Vlrglnl I/IStlthtf 4 eR.. Z BATH CSS HOME i Is unknown to Plaintiff. .
Spring_ ... manl Lot I. and a pert ofGovernment Noble: Joyce 64. of
Toun, att* ctiva efficient; tee. For Rent With II X 30 ft. Florida Room MINNIE, WALKER wife of Sat. Lot 1. tc I. Twp Act," aii, lonaervao ing on how to Keep America
rotary for mall office. Mustknow 48-Apts. I:erg. .db.r.tlC-r: matter. baa Walker to Plaintiff. whose address I I. unknown M S,, R !' E Collier County 575 First Avenue North, paid tlonlsti have been ext -ndcd an Deautlful."
bedroom and conditioned Florid. recorded In P S. I
tnorthtnd end epersleelectrIc for (failure to the right
re* FOR SEASONAL RENTALSCall ; utility room, 2 car carport If the above nemed persons r* P. II, Public Records of CollierCounty : S10 yield Invitation to attend b) lledwlg' A boat trip through Estero
'lwnW'n .. Annatt C.: Winn Realty city sewerage. well and pectively. be alive. and If any of Florid*.- of way at a through street.
urn County If New 3IOtfWofntn 525 OtIs St So MI 2.6571 pump for tprlnkling 0 E. ttov the above named persons era dead Pr.on. Interested may appear and Annie Michel, convention chairman, River, Estero Day to Mound

_ and refrig All rujt and drape, their respective unknown hairs.deslsees : ba heard at the Urn end place On a similar charge and Melvin Finn preside, Key, at 9:30 a.m. will open
I housework legatee rntaat creditor
to do light '35tfnB APrr- torn furniture TV. cable, gas above *pcifidBOARD Marie Drown 48 of 6023 NInth
and cook I ml I hour dally TIDE II.... ONLY 111.SOO. Located *l or all other partial or persona ; 0'COUNTY Florida Nature Conservancy. Sunday's program. A luncheon
er I hour 1 day B week Ph. Modern furnished efficiencies 1151 7th Ave No. Call Bill', claiming lntr.t* by.through. under : COMMISSIONERSSEAL : Street North also paid 110.
Ml 2.4I04.ft.r t p .... If and I bedroom ptt. ISO a Tuck.r. Midway 2 tOss. tf or against thr-m respectively' : ( ) Daniel Alva 25 of 1636 Registration of participant. Is scheduled at 12:30: p.m..

Female counter help, over .ISTuet month Kelly Rd. J/17.1f GORDON DR LARGE C5TT and all persons or parties havingor Bv: DEWEY POLLY Ryan, will open the convention at 9 and A visit to Caribbean Car-
claiming to any r ght fined 220
.. ,.,1.. Set. evenings. Must FOR RENT: BY WEEK OR NCR LOT 4 NOME:: BDRMS title or interest In and to the Chairmen *7.A Mandarin Road was a.m., Saturday April 4, and dens, Naples, at bOO p.m.
BEACH: Mar |17. 24 114
b* eWe to make. chang Apply MONTH. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT 2 BATHS:, I BL FROM following described land lying and for making an Improper start
In person al Carousel: Drive. IN LOVELY SECTIONOF Call MI 2 S4). being, in Collier County Florid. the meeting will start promptlyat Additional Information about
3/6tf 3/13.13 11SILt.ts NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS from a parked position. James
In NAPLES JUST OFF THE to wit: 9:30 with a the convention: be obtained -
: .m. welcoming may
Enponeacedwaitre: ** wanted at BEACH: CALL MI 2.M92IML The watt 420 feet of the south NAME LAW Austin Ueemj of aples forfeited
Baronl RMtawrani APPI Inperton _. ___ For Sale 210 feet of the northwest quarter the NOTICE IS HCrtEBV GIVEN'to thai !35 bond on an assaultand address by Mrs. C.T. Smith Iron, Miss lledwlg Michel
andersgned.' desiring engagein
i/Mt of the southwest quarter of
_. Shorty Apt now availableby bus'fiestas der tIle fcl.tios name Ocala, chairman of Florida at Estero.
month or year al yearlyrates. Butinatt lot. Bth Av*. No the northwest battery charge.
Qirf to perform' counter ondorrclenlng on II Tewnslsip M South, "R.'n.:* 2S of PIONEER: GROVES an the N lb Board of Parks and Historic
dutie Apply In Ml 3/ttf u.t off Trail *t t>SO fr, ft. East: EXCEPTING the watt of Section II Tewnthip 41 South JudgeDrownordered Mildred
Laundry DON T BUY oRJiTHT Bang OS Eatt in Collier County Memorials.The ACOUSTICON
per al 22 Vi feet thereof previously' conveyed .
SEE TRAIL FRONTAGE near 4th Fiord. t tier th. Himlln Phillips 70 of 570
.b/St? UNTIL YOU t* Collier: County PIer.Each Intends rag: tad ,
Ave No it $100 fr ft annual business meeting
YANKEE LANDING name with the Clark of the Circuit
Ida First Avenue North to undergo
different! A COLEMAN BOrD BrokerM Court of Collier Florid' ,
Wanted Male Exciting -rtueual.. Tenth St No Ml 2'Hit ef you I I' hereby notified that County. Is scheduled for 9:45: a.m.,
14-41.tp waterfront C.- on ChetapeakeAv FRANCES: E BOSTICK *t it have GROWERS MARKETING driver's license re-exam- HEARING
In Oyster Say See rt 3/Ifthstf filed' their worn Complaint, In the SERVICE 'INC Lnatlon after she to Include officer reports, and
ASST SALES MANAGER today or call Burton Bro*. PORT Rov'L Lot S 122 Galleon Circuit, Court. Twelfth, Judicial' Cir P. O. Boa 1011Laetburf pleaded guiltyto standing committee
Above average *rnlng. with 2.2121. A"., hour t 3937 j/ tfOwner' Dnv*. For tale or Trade cult. in and for Collier: County: FloridaEDWARDS failure to have car under reports. AIDS
Meal working condition await ttudio efficiency Air Write Q J. Herbert 2620 Post Florida. against each of you at .nd control and Earle F rye assistant director
e good adminl.trtor, Mutt b. condo heat Co....... turnitnedDavt Ro.d. Darien Conn Defendant leaking to Quiet their PACKING falling to report Florida Came and Fresh WaterFistlCommiss
able lo close and work .ftoc. Stonocrift Apt. 350 14th Lot in Naples Perk Term trIll, t* the abov*.eetcribtd real/ COMPANY lamps an accident.: She was givena Of hnulhMfHl VrUs
lively with salesmen' In grewlrg St. No. Ml 12792 or MI ,.41... low month ..t.'*. 1220 Nw Highway' ion,Tallahassee,
Naples Real Etat Company 3/IStf Ml i-.m dw"MfIHo. Eve: Each of you i* further not if,ed that Lakeland Florid suspended sentence.:

pecUllxin.*) In quality home*. Eff: :ciencie*. Day. week, erMonth ..,",*. Ml I 2 '344 you are required to file your writ Mar 10 17 20.SI._ IU4 *JS Charles Wennek Irlon, 21, wlllspeak- 11:30 on "Conser Frank C. LeyIJlrlltlt
Submit return to bo* 1737 AA 3/ltttth ten Answer In the Office, of the vation, Present and Future."
Colli r County New*. IIIUf (IRIS 1 MOTEL), MlZ Clerk of the Circuit: Court ,in and NOTICE" OF INTENTION TO of Amarillo! was charged with
2302 or Ml 2 ,15SFurn.tbed LM Sake thorns Co. ." entLocation A 12-noon feature
wiintwt'TTTeAverS ; County, Florida in the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME have under luncheon will ,JlrlheIuy
Vouneman ,
Price $It $150 o"J. falling to car con- .
Last I Florid TIre nd does
Doition *"d overtime I bedroom lit! House in Naplet undtrt"| hereby car an outdoor smorgasbord
Apply In person between t.IIm hull ...."'II room kitchen p.rtment en Slit David.....e is C: Ml Jones 2.JaU Realtor *. on 0' before April Jr4 |t(4 1.fy IhM we are conducting 5 RentalApartm.nl trol. On motion by City Attorney M. %ortIl Naples,
e M Port Royal Beach ClubII3H A bath Ml 2.3491 /2Stf end to nerve a copy of laid An.....' business at 1120 Gulf David In an Indian Chlckee.
Per Sale Wooded Cot ne.rShadowlawn upon Plaintiff or upon William H there Blvd' Naples. Flor' d*. under Splngler, the The I'''.".- Ml 5335*
''frtctoeften. Apt. Call M' 24062.Modarn School City wtrvailable Oracaly Plaint'a Attorney herein, t... fictitious name of KINGSTON charge: was dropped afternoon schedule Includes
HELP WANTED 1/] Easy Term Call: whose addratt '* (4f Fifth Avenue APTS and that lId, firm i* com a touroftheStatePark's 1
quality ond expanding 2IM2 r South Florid before pod *f the following Robert Sylvester Odd 33 r
Leading I b.draow u"'n ." Midway see your Napl** on or persons chose II no SB" *
homo build*?* orgm was
.need a ....'u... productive Near SlacIt and shpo.in. Eatate Lot II. Block will b* taken as confessed by you a* follow: sentenced ('silt.***Inn 9-10 p.m1.v '
almmaej with S view toward 1" .. ey SEASON 0" YEAR M. Pin, mt Eit***>*... and a Decree Pre Canf** e will b* MR RICHARD VANCE to 20 days In jail for drunk.
1M Mu,.. E.coll lont working B. MI Z.UtI I7M entered againat you MRS RICHARD: VANCE --
h5t1lsve. CARIBBEAN"
eondl'- Contact 1 Fed P uly.' No Tr..'. Ml 2(1(1. 7/I Itf WITNESS my hand a* Clerk *f said ItU Gulf Shore Blvd ennes$. Gayle w. Cave, 24, VOl "
Michigan Home. Mooring Line Circuit Court: of Collier County: Florid Ownership .f KINGSTON ArT, I II of elo Sixth Street North, was "" Dew'rfl1l" OR'' : / "
Drlv Th* MOOringS 54 NapleS. 49-Hou..s For Rent H a 100 Moment. I block *. ad the teal of the lId Court a* follow \
3/1 III t* beech tth st N.. $4.too. at 1 East Napl*. Cellar, County MS-RICHARD' VANCE given a suspended sentence after "A V ? '
Tom McBrid. Realtor. (12 Florid' en the 24th day *f '.b. 50SMHI RICHARD VANCEIt /' you ( t.
NEED>> PART TIME MEN WMjJCOULO :: .. -of. 5nrifla.. lvii huisa Park ... 9... Ml ,.(.... 2/lttl ruary A O 19MM"'RGARET i* our mention lo apply/ to pleading guilty to driving R MAKE /i
USE AN EXTRA wont of t4p*>-o ffwo. Fsr.nS.kod T SCOTT the Clerk of ,the Circu Court in wf.".'iv. ","-rii"_",e.
.7, A WEEK PHONE MlI ronoe-o. twin bade clew Clark ef the Circuit Court and for Colder County Florida' to !.f3 T RIIV4t.rIfRDUfH .
.3S11. >/ll In reasonable Rl ef *eeiir ColIc, County Florid rtf'eler the said name of KINO The case of Thendore Stan- Her ff.

Weed mae II ellen soil .!... by wee*. Ed 4-JW1. I SOLO IT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) IrON APTS under the provisionsof ton Wilson of North Naples S'K Y .-
3/11. M 17 Checker 20M Lw of
Ml By INEI MAQILL Florid r/l
t" ,*rior
for twO m' \ .
Deputy Clerk Act *l U4IWitn was continued for two weeks. : .
1-4747. Iwo-bedroom worn* wrtk. :
Modern THROUGH THE WILLIAM' H: GRACELY *** our hand this 24th day
...,. He charged with
.Ian flwtda roem Nwoty for Of ".It. l*4 driving
Plaintiff 1l'
CALL TIlE NEWS FOR .nnlMd. Ooly lonanl S7S sa'Phon ownOS J 2SM.louol'fiotf WANT ADS (41 Fifth. Florid Avenue South MRS RICHARD RICHARD VANCE VANCE Intoxicated: and driving on the 4O I y I I fLES UNf'.s -.:.=

I RUBBER STAMPS 3/1300 __ Feb Naolrt 2$. Mer 1. 10 17 I 1K4 *41 Fob 21 lIar }. I It. I/ 144 ftt wrong Kde' of th. road., ,

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7.000 Jam 14th Annual Wild Hog Barbecue 8 COLLIER Tuesday, COUNTY March 17,NEWS 1964 f t

Game Commission

Collier County welcomed more Finds New Homes
than 7,000 visitors during the
,I For
weekend at the 14th annual Ever. Turkey, Deer

(lade* Conservation' and Sports TALLAHASSEE. Hundreds of
man Club wild hog barbecue and ? Florida wild turkey and whitetail
Jamboree near Monroe Station. ,i '4e hlE "4( deer are finding new homesas
Nine tons of wild hoi meat a t e the Game and Fresh Water
were prepared by club membersto a 9 At 1 Fish Commission concludes one
satisfy the appetites of other Mrt; l_ i of the most successful big game
members and visitors Saturdayand .r trapping: operations since the pro.
Sunday Parked cars were : k gram of relocating native wild
lined up for a quarter nlle on game was Initiated 15 years ago.
each side of the Trail In either : According to A. D. Aldrich,
direction from Monroe Station. Commission director, the trapping
Those who arrived early Sa. and relocating program con.
turday and Sunday rot the choice ____ L \ slsts of live trapping wild tur.
parking spots either on the club key and deer in areas not avail.
grounds a half.mile south of Mon. able to public hunting. Once
roe Station or along the old trapped the game animals and
Chevalier Loop road S. R, 94. birds are transported and released
Proceeds from the two-day on various wildlife
event are used by the Everglades .,,, management areas or other areas
Conservation and SportsmanClub where suitable wildlife habitat is
a nonprofit organization, -1 found but where the native deeror
to promote conservation projects) j turkey population is low or
In the Everglades. The club has ( the carrying capacity of the
worked for passage of better < range has not been reached.
game laws and legislation to | Deer consisted of 185
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protect wildlife from man and Thousands of people crowded the club's camp groundsPreparing deer being trapped and relocatedIn
nature. It also has helped re* 25 different locations Deer
stock the Everglades with deojc, were trapped on a private ranch
and wild "'>IIL"I. -' iIrI "'"
turkey, hogs. 1 1I a 1 located In Duval County and on
I closed portions of the Eglin\ Air
PLENTY TO DO I Force Reservation In additionto
People crowded the club | the Florida trapping program,
grounds both Saturday and Sun. a total of 51 Texas deer, receiv.
day, trying their skill In marks. I .. HFjH HBBVinnBi KlMn3MaMMnMlMMCMVV P'' BHMMDBMBMHBBDIelHHi ed for a trade of 25 Florida
m ana hip contests taking free w x 1 Loop Road canal makes a pretty good swimming spot turkeys were released in three I
rides the dense
through cypress different locations. Another shipment
swamp on swamp buggies,watch. of deer is expected to ar.
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log Seminole Indians wrestle alii rive from North Carolina in the .
gators, and watching boys and near future.
girls trying to climb up a greas. Turkey trapping consisted of
ed pole. 484 wild turkeys being trappedand
Then when their appetites .. 4 u relocated In 32 different locations. .
were built up, they Joined the Turkeys were trappedon
chow line and ate roast wild hog the Flsheatlng Creek refuge
with' barbecue sauce, with in Glades County and on John.
"swamp cabbare" and blackoeyed son Island In Osceola County,
peas on the side. Wild hog has both of which are closed to hunt.
a taste similar to that of roast .I ing. The trapped turkeys are

beef.There generally transported by Com.
also were shell displays, mission aircraft to the release
fly.rod casting exhibitions, raffles site to assure speedier release.
and country music. Adventurous The Commission's trappingand
boys headed for the near -- r relocating program starts
by Loop Road canal and got into Immediately at the close of the
the swim. hunting season and concludes
Not too many Naples area rest : prior to the mating season In
dents attended, and those who did .. addition to the release of deer
were delighted to see a familiar V and turkey, hundreds of wild
face or two among the crowd. If --- hogs have been released In areas
Many of those from the east food for 7,000 hungry people where the wild hog Is classified
coast arrived Saturday and set as a game animal.
up camp making the event a

two-day family outing. ...... k'r .. -- '
Club president Jack Switzer BE A 'FRIEND'TO
of Hlaleah was one of the busiest Clever use of handkerchiefs prevents top-of-the-head sunburn YOUR LIBRARY
men on the grounds as he at. 'f 1t w >iIrrr
tended to details to keep the J
event running smoothly. Switzer
expressed his appreciation for Corbin LindaburyTIME
the big turnout and said he hopes
everyone can make It again at

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