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40th YEAR-NUMBER 165 12 Pages 10 CENTS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1964 Add one hoer for More.Ar .



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PITTSBURGH (AP) Dr. '
Glenn T. Soaborg, chairman of
the Atomic Energy,Commission, Seek Parking AnswerThe

told United newsmen States Tuesday probably that would the 'I

rain more than the Soviet UnionIn
an exchange of.,tomlc ener. ,
gy Information.He City may not have to
said the Soviet Union has put up $85,000 to buy two down
an advantage over the United town vacant lots for off-street

States because more American parking purposes, Fifth Ave i.
research results are published nue Association president Lloyd k1 r' ela :

and the Russians have a highly Easterling told City Council
efficient system of screening this morning. Y kIV.i

foreign technical Journals. Instead of buying the two 4 i

parcels of land outright the :
WASHINGTON (AP) South City could lease the land from
naval said
Korea's top officer
work
the owners or out some
he has asked the
Tuesday
other method of using the property
United States to provide more ;
antisubmarine warfare equip. without purchasing It,El-
ment to meet a growing subma. sterling suggested. He asked + tIuJ t
rive threat. M. that a committee be appointed
The visiting Korean chief of to study the situation and t.
-
naval operations Vice Adm. -- that It make a reportat t
progress
DID THEY OR DIDN7 THEY? Four and Les Hern chairman of
Lee Maeng-tkee, 39, told a news registration; the first meeting In May. 'rI
conference the best present es. Republicans filed as candidates for the County Republican Executive Committee At a special meeting February -

tlmates are that ((1) North Ko. public office, but the Democrats claim who.discounts the claim of the 27, Easterllng proposedthat I 1 u
has more than two Soviet.
built rea medium submarines; (2) they failed to qualify by not meeting Democrats and avows all Republican the be downtown solved parking problem ,

Communist China has 32 or requirements of the law controllingparty candidates are qualified. Circuit Clerk chase of two lots for by City off-street pur-

has more more and than((3) 100 the submersible Soviet Union filing fees. Shown here ((14)) are Margaret Scott Is shown In the fore parking. He also made other

based at Vladivostok and Dal. Murphy Combs, candidate for county ground. Doyle E. Kopp, is a fourth recommendations on the park-

ren. Judge; Spencer B. Allendorf, filing as Republican candidate filed, seeking a' Ing situation In other parts of tIN

candidate for tax collector; Charles R. seat on the school board from District the city.
At that time Easterling
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia McCool candidate for supervisor of 4. See Story. (NEWS photo)
(AP)-President Tito's doctors noted that the City might pay
have sent him to Brlonl, his va. for the lots out of the generalfund
cation Island off the Yugoslav the unused cash carry- FULL REGALIA, members of the Johnson, sentinel'* Robert J. Herzog,

coast, for "treatment and rest," County Penis GOP over, or on a time-payment Cypress Chapter of the Order of De marshal; second row, Frank Logan, al.
official Tan.
the news agency
Jug announced today. basis using parking meter Molay pose for their picture prior to monerGeorge Daniels, junior deacon;

The announcement gave no revenues.Leasing the land, Easterling their regular meeting Monday night Eric Daniels, chaplain; Wayner R.

details of the 71-year.oldpresl. said, would "Benefit the city The order this week is observing National Brehm, senior deacon; back row, Rob-
tent's condition.
Battle Over Filing without Involving\ expendituresof DeMolay week Shown aboveare ert F. Woods senior steward; CharlesT.

DRYDEN, N.Y. (AP-A totalof taxpayers'" money, except first row, left to right, Norman T, Gomiskey, junior counsellor; Randyl.
for He that
1.200 DUDlls missed two hoursof paving suggested Hogan, standard bearer, Sherwin Kies. Bass, junior steward; and David G.
classes Tuesday because of a Different Interpretations of County Attorney James R. drew a resolution waiving the the committee consist of two
bomb scare at Dryden Central statutes governing party filing Adams agreed with Snowball, local filing fee which he con. Council members, two Fifth sauer, senior counsellor; Philip E. Murphy Collins, marshal. (NEWS photo)

School but they'll have to tees have Involved the county stating the Waiver must be filed elders proper action within the Avenue representatives, and master counsellor George D
make up the lost time, school Democrats and Republicans In In writing with the Circuit bounds of the statutes. someone from the Naples Civic
officials say. a hot contest long before the Clerk. Hem had no further commentto Association.
The officials declined to say November election. Lester hero, county Republl. make this morning when con. Silent 2 Quit COP Jobs Naples Studies
whether they suspected a pupa The Democrats claim the Re. can chairman, said that at a tacted by a NEWS reporter. PROPER APPROACH""The Ruby ;
was behind the high pitched publicans filing for office have February 10 meeting the Re. Snowball was not available for committee Idea Is the Due To Party Row
voice which called the school failed to clear a waiver of the publican Executive committee further comment. proper approach to this problem No One Knows 'Ways To Fill ."
two cent party filing fee the' Councilman Carl Hoffmann FORT; LAUDERDALE (AP)- oJ
this village/ east of Ithaca and per What action Is planned by '"
said i "There Is bomb In the with state officials and are not Democrats or the Republicansat commented. Legal questions Two Republicans announced Skeeter
What He Thinks they were quitting their Jobs be. SpotsThe
school." legally qualified: as candidates.The North Shivers this time was not announced. are Involvedandanswer-
of the GOP fight In
cause party
No bomb was found. Republicans are adamantIn Republican candidates who Ing them will require a good mayor city manager,
their claim that all require. have filed Murphy Combs,coun. deal of study, Hoffmann said. Dy TOM JOHNSON Florida. and city attorney will study
ments have been fully met. With Spring ty Judge; Spender B. Allendorf, Councilman Francis Ford DALLAS (AP-At 11:30 a.m. Basil M. Lavergne, who said way to get some low, mosquito. i
he chairman of the Florida
UTICA N.Y. CAP) James Harold Snowball, county tax collector; Charles R. Mc. told he Is Saturday, when Jury foreman was breeding lots in the city clear
Dowllng bad the luck of the Democratic chairman, said all Cool, supervisor of regis. Easterling "gladto Max E. Causey neatly printedthe Draft Goldwater Committee be. ed and filled, and probably will
Irish when he celebrated St. candidates must pay the party Almost ThereBy tratlon; and Doyle E. Kopp, see you and others pursuing. letters "DEATH" with a fore Sen. Barry Goldwater of report back to City Council
Patrick's Day-end his 53rd qualifying fee unless the party school board District 4. this off-street parking pro ball point pen on the blank pro. Arizona announced Ms candl. next month. Vv.
birthday-by bowling a perfect committee notifies the state that TilE ASSOCIATED PRESSA blem, to which I called Coun'll's vlded, Jack Ruby) sat Impassively dacy, said Tuesday he was drop. The.lot. Iearlng problem Wt*
300 game In league competition. the assessment has been wave of late winter cold (Note: See candidate listing attention while I was may In his Jail cell. ping all connections with the na. put Into the three men's laps 1.e
Dowllng, a restaurant propri. waived. He claimed the GOP air which surged from Canada elsewhere on this front page.) Neither Ruby nor anyone else tlonal Goldwater organization. this morning's City Council bat
etor who sponsors a team In candidates failed to do this. Into the heart of the nation (Continued on page 2) outside the jury deliberation Lavergne, who said he was a meeting. Council asked forbids

one of the city's bowling fanned- out. toward. the .East room knew whether the B2.year member of the delegate slate of. on clearing of 40 lots, then
leagues, was substituting for a New Demand Made Coast today< plummeting tern old former strip Joint operatorhad fered by GOP State Chairman decided tQ eliminate 32 of them
member of the team who fell peratures toward the zero mark. LBJ Moves To Bolster been found legally guilty or Tom Brown, said the national from the project.
111. For Release Of Many readings ranging from Innocent of the slaying of President Goldwater organization had al. Two firms which had submit.
fowling also had games of 212 zero to 10 above were reported'In John F. Kennedy's a:. lowed Rep. William Cramer of ted bids all 40
on were con.
and 173 for a 685 total. 3 Yank Fliers the Midwest and New cused assassin, Lee Harvey Os. St. Petersburg to use the organ!. tacted by City Manager Vince
zatlon to advance his own ends.In .
MOSCOW (APThe United England. Position With OASrector wald.Less Wood, and both Indicated they
States The coldest was InternationalFalls tnan an hour later, Ruby Washington, the Goldwaterfor
LONDON (AP) The Soviet made a new demand to. were not Interested In clearing
Union resumed selling gold In day for the release of three Minn., where the mer. and the world heard Judge JoeB. President headquarters, and filling only eight lots. Wood
West Europe again Tuesday American fliers shot down In cury dropped to -8 Just two By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER of all US.--Latln.Amerl. Brown speak the words "and which has recognized the dele. strongly urged Council: to go
apparently to raise cash for East Germany and warned that days before the official start of WASHINGTON (AP-U.s. of. can activities, Assistant Secre.' assess the penalty at death." gate slate offered by Cramer, ahead with (the whole 404ot
North American wheat. their continued detention Jeopar. spring. flclals so far discount the pos.slblllty tary of State Thomas Mann. Courtroom observers noted that said Lavergne had no position project.
Market sources said about dice UJ5.,Sovlet relations. Spring officially! arrives at that President Charlesde And an extraordinary confer''the defendant remained out. with the Goldwater campaign Mr*. Casey Miller suggestedthat
$4.5 million worth of Soviet gold Charge d'Affaires Walter J. 9:10 a.m. EST Friday Gaulle's visit to Mexico will ence was opened between top wardly Impassive.Jack A spokesman said that Laver. the owners of the eight
was put up for sale, mainly In Stoessel presented the demandat Temperatures were below make serious trouble for the Washington officials, Including L. Ruby continues to ape gne had been chairman of the low jots be? notified that fill
Paris but reaching London be. the Soviet Foreign Office, freezing from the Dakotas, United States In Latin America.But the President, and VJS. ambas. pear Impassive as the hours, Miami Draft Goldwater Com. dirt will be dumped on their
fore the market closed. coupling It with a denial of So. northwestern Nebraska and under the official surface sadors and aid directors In LaU and the days, flip by him .In mlttee before It was dissolved property, and It Is their decl.
viet charges that the three men northern Missouri eastward calm there la some apprehen. In-Anjerlcan countries. Jail. In Stuart, Mrs. John W, hug slon whether they want the lots
were on an espionage mission through the central and north. slon that De Gaulle may get Coincident with these moves I He plays dominoes and cards say said she was resigning as cleared beforehand. Wood said
LANSING, Mich. (AP-A bill ern Appalachians.Maine caught up In or perhaps Inad. by Johnson, De Gaulle arrivedIn I by himself. He eats when food chairman of the Martin County clearing before fllflng is de.
calling for Juvenile lawbreakersto was the Icebox In New vertently stimulate new wavesof Mexico city to be greeted by Is served and shaves with a Republican! Women's Club be. slrable.
be punished by public whip. Corkscrew SwampTo England, with Mllllnocket re. antLAmericanism. an enthusiastic crowd of 300,000.The double-edged razor and takes a cause Drown had misrepresent "Give us a couple of week
pings was killed Tuesday by the Be Listed In porting 0 above and Houlton 8. The French leaders and President French leader Joined with shower when so directed. ed state GOP women's club's! to work this out," Mayor Ar.
House Judiciary Committee."I Cold waves also struck West. Johnson are, In a sense, President Adolfo Lopez Mateos Only Jack Ruby knows the point of view She gave no spe. chile Turner said. Then Coun.
guess you could say we beatIt National Registry ern Maryland, northwestern now embarked on rival cam. In projecting a new alliance be. Ruby thoughts disc Instance, ell rejected the two sealed bids
to death," quipped Rep. Virginia and West Virginia palgns for prestige and effective tween Mexico and Franceen
Thomas Whinery, R-Grand Rap.>. WASHINGTON (AP) The Snow flurries occurred along Influence in South American at. alliance which they agreed Is
Ids, chairman of the committee. National Park Service announc.ed the southern and eastern shoresof fairs. not meant to harm anyone.
Tuesday that Corkscrew the Great Lakes and from In speech Monday to the Washington authorities are
FLORENCE. Ala. (AP-The Swamp Sanctuary, 25 miles the upper Ohio Valley Into New Organization of American States sensitively alert to widespread -ic Who's Running For What I
City Commission has dropped southwest of Fort Myers, has England In New York State, Johnson presented his Ideas for antl.U.S. sentiments In Latin.
racial barriers on the city Po. been designated for listing In anew snow slowed traffic In Blngham. putting new life Into the multi. American countries which In
lice force. national registry for natural ton, Rochester and Syracuse. bllllon-dollar Alliance for Prog. their view create an opening for Forty-two persons-38 Demo. COMMISSION TAX ASSESSORSam
The commission announced history landmarks. Participation One Inch of new snow In Sault ress. De Gaulle's personal diplomacyand and four Republicansfiled District 1 Coldlag (unopposed)
Tuesday It has hired two Negroes > In the registry Is voluntary and Ste. Marie, Mich., gave that At the same time the PresU his vision of the French Brats A. C. Hancock TAX COLLECTORNo
who recently passed Cl. covers sites deemed eligible re community 19 Inches on the dent acted to strengthen the offer of a third way of Interna. for county office during
vii Service examinations. They girdles of ownership. ground. authority of his hand-picked dl. tlonal life. the two-week qualifying period Cecil Drain ( primary)
are Harrison Eugene Humes, which ended at noon Tuesday. COMMISSION A. P. Ayers
25, and Oscar Southard Jr., 32. County Democrats who go to District 3 Spencer Allendorf <4R)

This northwest Alabama city the polls May B to select their William II. Htnning COUNTY CLERK
of 32,000 has experienced no racial party's nominees for the various B. M. Sentell Margaret Scott (unopposed J)

demonstrations. state and county offices, Leo R. Chickerlng REGISTRARNo
( primary)
will have a full aelectlon. The COMMISSION
ATLANTA (AP) Members Republican primary ballot will District S Edna Cribb Santa
of the Georgia State Patrol Charles R. McCool (R)
be a good deal shorter, because W. 11. (p,te) Doub
have lost more than two tons PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
In nine months In an effort to only four Republicans qualified Ewell Moore Condon
Walter R.
get down to normal wel< The target: another ton and R. E. Black William G. Crowley
(Ed. Note Eligibility of Re. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE]
a half by September.Col. t i C. L. Carpent..rSCHOOL
Lowell Conner, boss of l lam' publican candidates has been O. W. Hancock
the 418 troopers, ordered the challenged.) BOARD Nash Lloyd
lots In welcht. County Clerk Margaret Scott District Z Uel MyersCONSTABLE

and Tax Assessor Sam Colding Letter Whitaker J.P. COURT
the only I Incumbents who Emolee S. Barrett
are Clifford Geiger Diet I
HANNOVER AP
Germany ( ) Lillian Miller
-The ruling Christian Demo. are unopposed for reelection.All Ronald Rimes, DilL S
crate reelected Konrad Aden.auer other offices will ban eon. SCHOOL BOARD S. J. KUbtne, Dial 3
as party chairman Tuesday j tests either In the May primary District 4 Kenneth Fether, Diet. 4
to lead the tough political a or the general election In No. Henry B. Watkins Jr. Earl Taylor that 4
fight against the Socialists In J vembe", C. J. Copley N. NAPLES FIRE CONTROL

next year's national elections. The petitions of county Judge Doyle Kopp (R) Edward Hallley
Adenauer, 88, got 452 votes
.
with only 14 voting no. His sue. ----- -- and registrar will not be Involved COUNTY JUDGENo John W. ShuffE.

censor, Chancellor Ludwig Er. THIS 100-VOICE CHOIR will be heard at the Easter George Booker. Mrs. Tom Morgan is the accompanist.The in the primary, as thereIs ( printsry) NAPLES: FIRE CONTROL
hard, was reelected to the par. the only one Democrat and one Richard )I. Stanley Casper Townsend
Morning Sunrise Services, held annually at Caribbean choir made its first public appearance night
ty's Both executive leaders committee.have promisedan Gardens. The choir is comprised of students from State Superintendent of School Thomas Bailey spokein Republican running for each Murphy Combs (R) William Edwaru
post Here is the complete list SHERIFF IMMOKAUCC fUE> CONTROLSam
aggressive Socialists political led battleagainst by the Lake Park and Shadowlawn Elementary Schools Naples. (NEWS photo) of candidates, with Republicans E. A. Dour H,ndry Heath '

Mayor Willy the Brandt under the direction of Mrs Elisabeth Hathaway and denoted by (R): E. F. Fritchey Jack Whjtnaat







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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 18, 1964 a.aeresrcMS .trsMaastaAtNfMt 4 !, I Probers Want

Council Homo ProblemOut



0r7Ifofcf/ / BusinessCouncil GULF AMERICAN TALLAHASSEE In Open(AP) Sev.

accepted recommen. oral state representatives from

datlons of the Zoning; and Plan. A } Dade County criticized today the

fcr MRS. E. W. TDIBERLAKX nine Board that Parcel "Y", : J4 report on homosexuality Issuedby
"Publicity .U783 I Unit 2, The Mooring., be re. the Florida Legislative In.
zoned from "A" Suburban District .,4r'MY, vestlgatlons Committee, but a
to 'G.a' Multiple Dwel. committee spokesman said that
line District. H. Milton Link Ya no adverse comment had been
All leaders are reminded of Thanks are extended to the representing the Moorings stated received from other sections of

the Neighborhood 7 Associa- families of those who attended this parcel was on the north side the state.

tion Meeting to be held on Mon- the camp for their willing of Doctor Pass and the zoning The legislative group said

day, March 23rd, at Bonita ness to let "Mother" go to will conform to that on the south Tuesday that the problem of ho.
Springs Community Hall. Be Camp side of the pus Council movedto ti d 1M mosexuallty In Florida should be

sure to bring exhibits of handcraft a hold a public hearing on the dragged Into the light.
zone change on April IS at And its own report contain
name tags posters, pro- Junior leaders! please remember ,
10:30: a.m. f fti'w ing confiscated pictures and a
gram Ideas for exchange with the Important badgeworkshop t, dictionary of terms for sexual

other troops. Let's have attendance to be held on Monday deviation-pulled no punches in

of all leaders, co- March 30th, at 7:30 at the The application of Henriette describing the practice.The .

leaders and troop committee Scout House,where Mrs.Robert Sanders for a home occupation committee said It alreadyhad

members for this special event. Gregg, trainer,will discus and license to operate a beauty par. started preparing legislation
Time 7:30 p.m.Neighborhood. help plan badge program for lor at 1327 Fifth AvenueNorth for the 1963 session to control

Service Team these troops. was granted. It was recommend. -.. _.. -.-. homosexuals. It said a commit.
will have Its monthly meetingon ed by the Zoning and Planning tee of consultants was being set
Thursday. March 19th at 1 Board.A CAPE CORAL BRIDGE OPENING Saturday, March Richard Wolfe, Charles Kalbach, C. Harvey Vaillan up to help it with the legislation.

9:30 at Bonita Springs Com Troop 124, Cadette Troop, home occupation license as 14, this group of Naples citizens attended the official court, G. E. Carroll, Casey Miller, George Powell, Among the points that should

munity Hall. All those on the under the leadership of Mrs. Jacques a real estate Craumer broker at was 1260 granted 26th opening of the new Cape Coral bridge. Hosted by Mamie Tooke, Bob Lyons, Walter DeSchryver, J. Wilson be psychiatric considered examination will be mandatory before:

Team please contact Mrs.Tim- Dlbee, and Mrs. Matthews, are Avenue, North. Craumer statedhe General C. E. Jung, director of planning for Golden Dyches, Bill Ryan, Ira Capelle, Walter Rogers, Ben sentencing an offender InvolvedIn

berlake for transportation proud of the troop flag which did not Intend to pursue bust Gate Estates, the group left Naples by :Trailways bus. Parks, William Pancoast, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Segl, a homosexual act with i
their leader has made In readi- at the address minor keeping first offense
ness but the
,
con.
move toured the Coral James Bell Frank Purcell Les Grimes, Carl Holbrook,
a ness for the Camporee which was to preserve his broker's Cape Development enjoyed a buffet fldentlal until guilt Is pro.

Three leaders from Naples, this.troop will attend with some license. luncheon in the Cape Coral office building then pro Tom Provenzano, Art Arnold, Dr. and Mrs. Clyde nounced but making second offenses

plus Mrs E,W,Timberlake,local other 200 girls In Cadette Granting these home occupa. ceeded to the official ribbon cutting. Senator Spessard Brothers, Casey Ingram, Bill Mumm, Joe Lynch, Enid felonies with appropriate
chairman ofClrlScouts,attended troops In April at Camp Honl- tlon licenses evoked a discus. penalties, it said.
the"Little Macy t ra In- Banta Plans were made at slon by Councilwoman Casey MU. Holland was one of the speaker of the day. The Deeks.Dr. Such a law, the legislative

Ing session forleaders atCamp their last meeting for overnightat ler and Councilman Carl O. Hoff. Naples guest list included: Dewey Polly, Glenn Allen, group said, would "radically reduce .
mann that the "homeoccupation" the number of homosexuals
Ticochee,Florida,over the past Camp Tlmberford the week-
situation needed careful review. from an engineers' report, said preying upon the youth of Flor.
weekend. Mrs. Allen Dlbee, end of March 20th. Girls of that of the Parking "
Mayor Archie Turner agreed and as first of March, Ida...
leader Historical ___ _____
cadette
registeredfor this troop attended servicesat stated such a review will be heldin the sanitary sewer plpe-laylng Society
from 1)
Continued
the DayCamp Training session the Episcopal Church and the near future. project was 46 per cent com. ( page Joint Meeting

as she will be the Naples Catholic Church on Girl Scout plete: force malns-llft stations, or." Ford suggested It mightbe

Day Camp director Mrs. Jean Sunday 10 per cent; water supply wells, possible to "arrange the Next WednesdayOn

Easterly took program trainingfor City Attorney David Splngler 63 per cent; water reservoirs In Re-elects Hamlin parking meters so the taxpayer ) Park
Day Camp, Mrs. Ed Dela- reported to Council that the Zon. East Naples and Port Royal, 58 won't be assessed to Proposed

vek took Instruction In trir We wish to express our thanksto Ing and Planning Board, and city per cent; and water transmls. provide adequate downtown City Council this morning
planning and advanced camp- Radio WNOG for recognizing planners, were on record as sion lines, 42 per cent. Bids parking." tentatively agreed to meet next

Ing skills. These women were leaders of Scout troops as opposing construction of further will be taken next month on Hears Dr. TebeauFred Mayor Turner gave his unofficial Wednesday with the Parks
"guest houses" on residential the first phase of the street re.
appointed by Gulf Coast Council neighbors of the day during Girl property. Council took no actionon building and storm drainage pro. consent to the idea Board and the Recreation Boardto
to attend the session their Scout Week. the committee and delve further Into recom-
of
; having ,
the proposal this morning Ject, the manager noted. of and Tebeau said Union tortes -
camp fees were paid by Coun11 Hamlin Naples told Easterling he will consult mendations regarding the pro-
but personal traveling expenses Marco was re-elected presi- seized Fort Pickens at Pen- with him further. Meanwhile, posed park near Water Plant
sacola, the fort at West,
were paid by each individual Troop 241 is sponsoring The Zoning and Planning Nick Wallingford and George dent of the Collier County Historical Key Easterllng will pick the Fifth No. 2.
and the railhead at Cedar
square dancing on Monday Board, it was reported by Reardon were reappointed tothe Society last night at the which them control Keys of Avenue representatives to Mayor Archie Turner suggested
Over 100 Scout leaders from nights at the Scout House, and Splngler, has no recommenda. Zoning Board of Appeals for annual meeting of the organ- gave serve on the committee. the work session" with
different Count! aiws In the have Just finished a weekendof lions concerning future setbacksfor three-year terms, and Bill ization held at the Naples Wo- the main ports of entry Into Easterling noted that no fair the two appointive boards after

southern portion of Florida attended progressive dinner party, construction on the Gulf be. Longshore was appointed to fill man's Club. the state. Tampa had not begun way could be devised to assess Council determined that manyof
cause the group did not have the unexplred term of Hamilton Dr. Charlton W,Tebeau.head to develop at that time
the camp and found 0reat overnight at Karen Hultzen's Fifth Avenue merchants for the the parks Board's recommendations -
enough Information ofbacqroW'ldmaterial Hunter on the Recreation Board. of the of and was not considered Important -
History Department
Inspiration In being a pan of house, and canoe trip with overnight cost of the land needed for off- need further
on the subject. The the of Miami and by Union forces. The
University
the dedicated women who feel It camping to complete the setback discussion will be heldat author of several historical Union also took Fernandina and street parking. He also said study. Next Wednesday appeared -
a real and lasting privilege to weekend the next meeting of the board. Council approved an agree. Jacksonville. his February report was In to suit Council members -
books this
work with girls 7 to 17 In the ment with the School Board,which on area, spoke on error when It said the City .
Girl Scout program. will pay $6,534 as its share of "Florida During the Civil had detailed records on park- The Parks Board asked Council
LITTLE HELP
The camp, an established Troop 212, under the leader- Council approved an Identify.ing the installation cost of the $70, War. The Union blockade effective Ing meter revenues. Such records to set aside two square
Barbersvllle ship of Vern plastic roof sign for the new 000 water main to North Naples, Other officers named were: was of land
one, at maintained Mrs Aurlt and have been compiled by blocks City-owned near
Texaco station which will go up which will end at the Sea Michael Chancevtde president so Florida provided little -
by the Citrus Council the Mrs, June new ; Wood and for park
met the
Rudy Thursday, on the north Trail Just south of Rogers to Confederate forces other City Manager Vince water plant pur-
hostess group, was beautifully March 12th, at the PresbyterIan the Naples Shopping Center It Gate asked school Council The to city strike manager from E.Mrs.George Paul BacRus corresponding treasurer-) than salt and cattle. Tebeau given to Councilmen and the poses exclusively, and nameIt

situated; facilities were most Church. The meeting open will be the only Texaco sign on the agenda the awarding of the Backus said the cattle ranches In the merchants' group, Easterling Flelschmann Park." Tur-
adequate, and program for the ed with the flag ceremony the property. Councilman Carl contract for water plant addl. secretary Paul Caloosahatchee River valley said. ner said he would prefer to

weekend was both Instructiveand with special recognition of the Hoffmann, who urged the Cityto tlons and a water pumping sta recording 'secretary.Members of the board. of directors were helpfultoboth sides. Con- have an overall plan In Council's -
well and fact that this week "tighten up a little bit" on estimatedcosts
planned executed. was Girl tion, and the Item was stricken. federate cattle work- Predicts Defeat hands, with
buyers,
The Service Team hopes that Scout Week. Troop committee enforcement of Its sign or din. are: Norman Herren, of site work and needed
ance, gave his hearty okay to Naples; Mrs. Charles A. Bas- Ing out of Tampa, and Union
all leaders In the Naples areama' member Mrs. Hazel Martin For Duty-Free equipment, before such actionis
the Idea of having only sign sett Chokoloskee Mrs. buyers, working out of Fort
one ;
be able to avail themsel worked with the troop on their City Attorney David SplnglerI taken.
where the company Just as well Margaret Scott, Naples Mrs. Myers, competed against one Panama Citrus
'(CA, X fmvj-e eyentsuo$ ,,tWs project.makjng toys.lot read the-ordinanceeptiUUhlijg. ; Another recommendation! ( was
"could hav3" ?3 j 'J' .J I Elva Griffin, Marco G.E. another for the cattle.
aorta there, 1? nothing (moreInsplrkhg'thanbdin the migrant workers' nursery' "'" fife Districts; approved as to sub. Holcomb; Dr. Tebeau said< he perused I "' TALLAHASSEE AP State the proposed renaming\ 9f three
( 1g pltroPsticha In' Immokalee; 'Thls iservlce' stance at a previous meeting and Carroll, Naples;' the "Official Records ;of the Agriculture Com'missloner'Doyle1' streets, and the mayor won-

group, being trained by top- project not only provides badge Council will decide at the spec. the ordinance in its final form Jones Naples; W. Harmon War of Rebellion," which he Conner predicted that- a leasing dered if the benefits would outweigh -
notch Instructors, and entering requirements for a Junior toy lal meeting next week whether to was okayed. Fireproof and fire Turner, Naples; Tom Morgan described deal, under which citrus products ;: the trouble, costs, and
In to the ceremonies and pro- badge, but Is a community ser- advertise for a public hearingto resistant construction will be Naples; Kun Griesshaber, Bo- as a magnificent set from Panama might get the legal questions that might
vacate unbuilt 19th Avenue the rule In all motel, neighbor nita Springs George Cowden of documents, and found some into this country duty-free, will
gram of songs and dances which vice full of rewarding feelingIn be encountered In making the
ended each day of classes. helping less fortunate children South between Gordon Drive and hood snooping, and business eon. Naples .Will lam price. Im references to Collier County not be signed in Washington. Changes
First Street. The avenue right. es, and less restrictive build. mokalee. "but not many," Conner said that the Virgin Is.
and home
It brings to of.way, 40 feet wide, is used Ing rules will apply to multiple. A cnmfortablyfmed Woman's Floridians living in the inter land Corp., which is owned by The Parks Board also recommended -
A champion Akita dog in Japan I each of the members of the
now only tor storm drainage pur. dwelling and Industrial zones. Club auditorium heard Dr. ior of the state were not often the federal government, won't the outlawing of the
I It declared a National Art and
the
troop the Promise Laws molested either have its final meeting today. so-called Australian pine,
poses. Tebeau whose latest historical by Confederateor
Treasure and made a ward of the
government The prize-winnin In action, showing how the Girls Possible vacation of this right. book They Lived In Union forces, he said. Flor- Instead the decision will be madein casuarlna equlsetifolla, because -

canine cannot be taken out of the Scout creed Is a part of dally of.way came up during discus. A public hearing will be held The Park," Is now on news- ida volunteers fought with Con- a White House conference that of the tree's Instability

country. living slon of the Zoning Board of Ap. April IS on the proposed pavingof stands, discuss the Civil War federate forces In Georgia, may be held Thursday, he said. and re-seeding, and that owners -
Remember the following peals' recommendation that a IS. Seventh Street from 11th to and other Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland of Australians be
In Kentucky, Virginia present
Florida. He said
foot setback Broad Avenues South. years who Is for
dates; Service Team, March variance request be running governor,
H. W. CLOUSEft required to keep them cut short.
Florida of the UnIon states.
pulled out -
denied. Mayor Archie Turner ur sent a telegram to President
Association
representing! IheMETIOPOLITAN 19th; Neighborhood In of 1861 the The major battle fought In "This needs more study,"
TIFF March 23rd and Jun- ged Council to delay action for January Johnson Monday asking his help
INSURANCE COMPANY Meeting ; further study, Including first., City Manager Vince Wood was third state to do so. the state occurred at Olustee in blocking the deal. Turner remarked. H, Milton
....... A_ N..v.ala.Ny ior Leaders Badge Workshopon hand inspection by Council mem, given Council authorization tone, in North Florida. The anniversary Under the proposal, the nation. Link rose from his seat In the
Life and Personal Accident March 30th, Let's have full gotlate for 20.foot drainage ease. al audience and declared that outlawing
bers during the coming week. city shop building. The ease. of this battle was recently Bulk Carriers Corp. would be
and Health Insurance attendance at all three meetings ments on two pieces of property menu will allow a 60.Inch drain observed on February allowed to set up a citrus con. Australians would cause -

,.. o. ... nt Ml tittt. The city manager, reading, between River Park and the new age pipe to be laid in a straight 22, Dr, Tebeau said, although centrate plant in the Virgin Is. a hardship" because of the

line.The official records give the date lands fdr processing fruit grownin variety's value as a hedge."The
easements wUl be perman. Panama. The concentrate comes when the Australian
of the battle as February 20. damage
ent, Wood said Councilman Joel would be shipped duty free Into
Florida had only about 140, Is allowed to grow intoa
Kuperberf commended Wood for the United states
000 residents at the time of the tree," Link said. The Parks
The Florida
Insisting on permanent ease. citrus Industry ob.
*2OOOO00Current ments. "Perhaps he should get Civil War, the speaker said, Jected that the fruit from Pan. Board might suggest a maxi-

a bonus," Councilman Francis about one-half of which were ama, a foreign country, would mum height limit on Australian

Ford said humorously. "Let's Negro slaves Floridians fightIng have a tax advantage over fruit hedges, he added.
give him a certificate of appreciation on the Confederate side grown in the United States Turner then clarified a statement -

," Kuperberg suggested. numbered around 15,000, with Kelly said that Florida citrus made by a report of the
slaves farmers might eventually lose Recreation Board at a Council -
some
SIRAOJSA (AP) A about lOOOincluding
Scicily $20 million
year. last month which
meeting ,
wooden Roman tailing ship believed joining Union forces.
,
., ,. ... .- to date back to the 3rd or RickenbackerUrges said that Ford while Mayor,

I S A.' I. E. :'!"'i"i" in 4th the century coastal B.C.mudflats has been at found the The idea thai criminals can SupportFor "bypassed"appointed a Council that board committeeIn when he

: : southeastern tip of Scicily. Ancient wade through water to avoid a November to Investigate financial
Rome had shipyards in that bloodhound n false Actually GoldwaterNEW aspects of the then -

.. ...... .. ., area to build fleet of veasel to the dogs can track better through YORK (AP) Eddie proposed community center.
': : '.' .. .. .. : ... .' supply its legions in Africa. the water which holds the scent. Rickenbacker, World War I fly. "This committee was appointed
I Ing ace and former board chairman to study the problem
of Eastern Air Lines, an. from a financial standpoint

'MAGNAV X : F pounced Tuesday night he has only," Turner said. 1 want to

Th-m Nothing Lift It In Naples mailed New to York"tens State of residents thousands"of an set tie record straight to relieve

Dr. Ford of responsibility
appeal to contribute money to any
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( the campaign of Sen. Barry In the alleged mishand
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Congenital Heart \Vednrnday, March 18, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
Second
Naples Spiker Defect Blamed In

$
Children's Deaths '

Exhibit At Robinson'sThe -ST.A congenital AUGUSTINE:heart, Fla.defect(AP) o'J 1' '

was suggested today' as the pos. _
n current exhibition of Last year's Spiker exhibition! was t IE slble cause of the deaths of a -
watercolors and collages by Vir. so successful that we had to Y brother and sister within two .
1 Clnla Spiker at the R. 4 play a return engagement. Manyof hour of each other here. In
R. Robinson Gallery, 1290 Third our gallery patrons were disappointed two generations, six other
' Street, South, should be of par. by arriving too late to members of the same family
t tlcular Interest to Neapolitans. secure the paintings they wanted. also have died suddenly I

B was Just one year ago that One local collector acquired eight In RIchburg, :\.Y., a rare II, J.t\E "ARTI'
Miss Spiker's Initial one.man of them. The artist has done a heart defect caused the deathof

show was held here In Naples. new group of thlrty-slx enchant. Darrell Thompson.. 11. whose .. .. .
a Richard Robinson, gallery Ing paintings for us and is In two brothers had died previous .vvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvA
director says, "We are highly Naples herself for the exhibit." I ly' from the same ailment fine time was had Tuesday evening at the "Green
a ratified and delighted to have Robinson continued "Of the Edward Ambrose Martin I IS!!,
Tie" dinner dance at the Naples Yacht Club In honor of
had a part In launching Virginia many reasons for acquiring art a husky' sophomore at St. Au.
Splker's career In the art world. the best one we know Is that t it. Justine's St. Joseph High St Patrick. Wally Fredrickson added to the evening fun

a affords some pleasure. And this School, ollapsed and died Mon. by singing a few Irish songs. He and Mrs. Fredricksonwere

1 1n n Mrs. Mock Plans colors Is exactly and the collages case In of the Virginia water. Lti' day cards after of running a mlle-aiiU-a-lialf onl200 with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Carroll as were Mr. and

Start ThursdayOn Spiker. It Is obvious that she has ross..ount. e\ent. Mrs. T. D. Ellis. Mr. Carroll was entertainment chairman

great fun doing them and fun Is His sister. AngelU Inane! 14, Mr Henry B. Watkins had at his table Mrs. Donald

' World Flight contagious. They are full of joy, at home recovering from Aleshire, Dr. and Mrs Dan Langley and the John Beckers.
I sunlight and laughter. They have mumps, appeared to go into ,
It COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) genuine gaiety and humor. They stink \\hen her parent told Others who attended were the Richard Wolfes whose
t Mrs. Jerrie Mock, 38.yearold bubble with spicy flavor,whim si. WAITING TO BE SEATED at her of his death. She was
Columbus housewife and moth. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powers, the George Hur
cal color and Infectious fri the concert given Saturday, rushed to a hospital, where
er, has delayed until Thursday voUt ." breathing was restored, but she leys, Dr. and Mrs. Milton Harman, and Mr. and Mrs.
her takeoff on a planned y night for the last concert of
"In her work", Robinson was dead within two hours. William Pancoast
around.the.world solo flight .. the season were Another sister Ft'III1wa*
or perhaps It would present
says Recent of and
the Wolfes Mr Mrs.
Mrs. Mock seeks to establisha guests were
found shallow In
dead In water
be more accurate to call It 'play' these new members who
women's record. She hopesto the artist has caught a spirit of r which' she had beenadUig Henry Wolfe of Binghamton, N. Y., and Dr. and Mrs.
fly around the world in 90 were given the privilege asa during a family outing! In 1057.
special appeal to all travellers.She Henry Wolfe of Urbana, III
days or less. has ranged up and down the bonus. In the upper pic The cause of her death never t
She will
pilot a single-engine wide, wonderful world Japan, ture, from left are; Miss was determined HOME AFTER EUROPEAN TOUR
Cessna which did not
arrive In Seas Dr, James J. I Dovlto, the family .
the South Ji.
Hong Kong, ,
Columbus until Esther Fague Rev. Dr Mar- Col. and Mrs John Lockett back
early today va, Sumatra, Thailand, Inlda,Thf' doctor, said "several other are on Spyglass
from Wichita, Kan. Middle East, Egypt,Greece, Wes. land Fague, Mrs. Ruth Shaw, members of the family have Lane after six weeks travelling In Europe. Their itinerary
Her first stop will be In
Ber. ,
tern Europe and the Islands of expired suddenly, with no
Mrs. Kathryn Anderson. In included Weisbaden Munich Venice Florence
muda. From there her sched. the Carribean. You name the known cause Five children Stuttgart, ,
uled stops Include the Azores, place and there's a good chance the lower photo are Mr. and R tt /nI from two sisters and three and Rome. Then they flew to Rotterdam to board the

Casablanca, Tunis, Cairo, Bah. Virginia Spiker has been there Mrs. Les Whitaker, also new adults have been stricken un. boat for New York and home.
rein Island
Karachi, Bombay, der similar circumstances In
and captured the essence of the .
.
Madras, Singapore, Manila, spot." members. two generations" Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Graham entertainedfor

Guam, Wake, Honolulu, San Virginia Spiker, who residesIn He suggested that the ailment their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Charles

Francisco, and back to Colum. New York City, Is a person 'Round World Solo -1; might be a congenital heart de. Dawson, who have been here from Merion, Pa. Mr,
bus.Mrs. of many and varied talents and feet
Mock majored In aero. accomplishments. She was edu. This body of young Thompson, Dawson and Mrs. Vincent P. Wood Jr. are brother and

nautical engineering at Ohio cated at Westover, Sarah Law. Flight Is PlannedBy I of Bolivar, N.V., was found on sister.

logged State University.than She has rence, Columbia and the Art Student's Petite Blonde the lawn of a garage at Next week Mr and Mrs. Graham will go to Fort
more 750
flying his school In Hlchburg.
been
hours and held a pilot's licensefor League. She has a I he first few hours a new; Lauderdale for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. ThomasJ.
Dr, Edwin F, Comstock Jr.,
staff writer on Vogue Magazineand TUCSON, Ariz. tAP-A) dl. Remove Contact
lout the lenses.
seven years. She has been an account executive with minutlve blonde who hopes to pal wears tM, suffering coroner, said the boy had an Sinclair.Mr. .
planning the trip for a year. Benton and Bowles and the H.B. be the first woman to fly alonn Lens Every Few Stone'from eye many liitt'rllons persons arc enlarged heart. So did two of and Mrs. Alan Chapman will be in town this
agencies. She has around the world landed in Tuc. his brotheraDana 7, and Kay,
Humphrey pu.
thelrllni.l of bad advice.'Sant 8 who dIAl! In 1931! and 1939: week for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smith,
Public HearingsAre bltshvd stories in the Woman's son Tuesday night on the first Hours, Doctor Says ,' persons 1 are told to wear ,
Home Companion, Chatelnli <.uid hop of her journey. BOSTON AI'-lIow their lenses night and day," he respectively. Gordon Drive. The Chapmans live In Dorset, Vt., where
( are
Scheduled By Holland's and has dom liavel Joan A. Merriam, 27.year.old contact lenses feeling these your said "A man In Belgium wore Dr.Kurt Zinner, a Wellsvllle, the Smiths also have a home

Recreation articles for Harper's Bazaar, lest pilot from Long Beach, days? his contacts! [or five days Inluccllulun N.Y., cardiologist, said the all. Walter Wolfe, Ki Cox and John Rogers go quail
Group and the Chicago Calif. visible in
Torn and Country was barely the ment was "not due to any
then went blind.
If they don't make
Her work in the of her secondhand 1958 you cry, together and they and their wives
TALLAHASSEE Tribune. cockpit of known cause. He described It hunting every year,
(AP) The you've nothing to cry about. It Stone, chairman the con.
Outdoor Recreational Planning art field Includes display art aircraft when she taxied to actop. they do, better see your ophtha tact lens committee of the as "familial"-peculiar to some share the results of their efforts with a party. The size

Committee adopted the follow. for Bergdorf Goodman, Elizabeth mologlst. American Medical Foundation members of certain families of the list depends the number of birds they
guest upon
Arden Thos Cook and Sons She termed her flight from
,
Ing schedule of public hearingsin That's the advice of Dr Wll. for Eye Care, says lenses!
connection with developmentof Mary Chess, Henri Bendel, Eleanor Oakland, Calif., "routine." Ham Stone Jr., a pioneer In the should be removed every four get. This year 30 of their friends enjoyed a quail feast
a master plan for recreationIn Beard, Charles of the Ritz Miss Merriam said she will development of plastic contact or five hours. Shadowlawn PTO when the sixsome entertained Sunday at) the Wolfes' on
and others. take off at sunrise for New Or. .
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Miami Florida! Since her show last year Miss leans, La., where she plans to lenses who warns that too many Meets ThursdayThe First Avenue, South.
IS
April Tampa April unqualified persons are pre. To Discontinue
16, Orlando April 22, Jackson. Spiker has exhibited In New York land Wednesday night. scribing and fitting lenses. Shadowlawn P.T.O. will Although Dr. and Mr. L. H. Gilley were a bit under
'
vllle April 23, Fort Walton City and at Cape Cod. Local Her trip Is following the flight Stone's comments came Tuesday Early Services hold Its monthly meeting on the weather they didn't worry too much about their
collectors of her work Include, plan of Amelia Earhart, the avl.
Beach April 30 April 29, Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A, Rust, atrlx whose plane was lost In night after a spokesmanfor Last of this! early 8:49 a.m. Thursday, March 19, al 7t30p.m, guests and great fishing pals. This was the third annual
Gainesville
6
May the Food and Drug Admlnl. ShadimUwn cafetorlum.
Leesburg May 7, Fort Myers Mr, and Mrs Courtney Burton, the South Pacific In 1937. stratton, quoting Stonu, said 14 services at the First Methodist In The the will be sponsoredby visit for Miss Ho Bullock and Merle Price of Ottawa, Kansas .
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hunkln, Mrs. Miss Merriam Insists she Is Church will ixh.ld Palm Suv- program
May 13 and Fort Pierce May 14. persons have been blinded or the Sixth Grades and will bo so they knew their way around to the best fishing
-- Paul Keck, Mrs. E. K. Hall, not racing Scene Muck, 38YEar. day', it war xnmced i this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cowles, old housewife of Columbus, become partly blind because) There will bo no early service in the form of a talent show. spots.
NEW YORK (AP) A summer they wear contact lenses. to attend
Mrs. A. D. Williams Mr. and Ohio who plans to Mart from Raster All parents are urged
on Sunday.
tour revival of "I 1 Married an Stone said the blindness Is Aileen Tanaka of Lahaina, Mauii, Hawaii, a juniorat
Mrs. Wm. L. McLennan Port Columbus .
Mr. Wednesday
on II.globe.glrdllng
Angel" Is lo be brightened with and Mrs. Harry Lynde Bradley, route that Is 3,000 caused by an element In the Indiana University, Is to spend her Easter holiday with

three extra Richard Rodgers songs Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Magin and miles shorter plastic used to make the lenses.In Judge and Mrs. Ora Wildermuth. The Wildermuths met
The production, with book Plans The
a tears activatethe In
somu persons
Mr. and Mrs. B. W, Morris. Miss MerrUm's hop was the MakingFor
Aileen when the board of state universitiesmet
updated.from 1938 to 1964 will chemical: In the plastic! : governing
The Spiker exhibition will con. first of 28 on a schedule that
Star Eva Gitbor, tlnue through March 28th. The would take her 27,000 miles which can! cause bllndnes In Hawaii four years ago. The .Lahaina High School

Rodgers said the three me!Indies Robinson Gallery Is open from from Oakland back to Oakland, He said a tendency toward which Aileen attended Is the oldest high school west of
originally for
film projects were but had been written unused. turdays nine to five Mondays through Sa. where she is due April 14. blindness should be Indicated in Sunrise Service the Mississippi.Mr. .

.. and Mrs. Lloyd Coffin recently sold their Gulf
..
f' :: J.>::::"::>'.:.:".....::1i4. ;,.t::.:::.::. Plans
.'h""n:: III m 'r are being completed for
.' Shore Club Mr. Mrs. Alan
and
: N::':" ': ::: j::::: i't.'!! Colony apartment to Loop,
the! Easter Sunrise Services held
of Toledo Ohio. The have returned Toledo
y annually in the Caribbean Gar. Loops to ,
dens under the sponsorship of the ; but will be back later In the spring to furnish the apart.

Go Naples Ministerial association ment.
and the Naples Jaycee. .
1 The 615; a.m. service Is heldat The Coffins now living on Binnacle Point in Port 's 4.

A a spot In the Garden which Royal are entertaining at a cocktail party tomorrow eve. ti

Gaily C.IiForth permits the audience to alt ona ning. Their guests will be some 30 friends who annually
: hillside
::: overlooking an Island
altar, and has in past years at. vacation at the Beach Club from Marblehead Neck, Mass.,

tracted huge turnouts. Swampscott, Mass., and Wolfeboro, N. H.

It has been announced that From one weather extreme to another for the Svee-
; the Rllv. L>*dies Bargo, pastor of
the East Naples Baptist Church, (Continued on page 9)
will to the speaker for the Sun.
1.This rise Service.

..:.. Three choirs will sing the
." traditional Easter songs There
will be one group made up of
Easter. choir members from the partlcl.
i isy patlng churchvs, another from
Naples Senior High School choir BOOKSSONG
i
I under the direction of Miss Polly
sy ;iI Jenkins, and a third, featuring TilE REV, LKDIKH: : HARftO,
i/ more than 100 voices of demon pastor of the East; Naples flap.

tary students from Lake Park and (lit (hurrh. will br the upraktr
9 Shadjwlawn Schools, urJer the at the Easter: !Sunrise !Service & STORY SHOP

":.('', direction of Mrs. Loon Hathaway held annually In lh, Caribbean
:. The Naples Jaycees will assist
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A Funny Thing Happened on The World Today

& the Way to the Bank
Ntm
t olget By JAMES MARLOWE

ear. i -1 Associated Press Nw Analyst

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1964 WASHINGTON (AP) Score sion of the 1903 treaty which'

one for French President says the United States can ,?.
Charles de Gaulle. Big Charley, trol the zone and the canal in.

:In his uniform and military cap, definitely.
. did all right without laying a The night before the John, I",
No Excitement Is
NecessaryCounty glove on President Johnson.In speech the OAS announced the
two sides had
his first Jostle with Johnson agreed to sit
the Frenchman came down and discuss and negotiate

Commission Chairman A. C. ets of local taxpayers. It cannot be denied through smelling like a rose, their Latln.Amerlcan differences
miles diplomats
though they were saw
Hancock yesterday made the wisest state- that taxpayers must directly or indirectly : even apart in their encounter, while before the OAS committee reo
bear the cost of public President put the leased its announcement it I
ment yet on the proposed Kelly Road any construction the American ij(
sought and
but in this the Latin Americans in a tizzy. got the approval: of
case
which -
extension, possibly can developinto money The two men had a short talk Thomas Mann, assistant serre,
the "crisis" stage if given the opportunity would come from the county's secondaryroad 1 / Mrl1t1ffr here last November after Pros tary of state for Inter-Amen,an

when he said "There Is no funds. I Went John F, Kennedy's tuner affairs.
formal talk. That U.S. officials now tell .
al. It wasn't a anoth.er
need for everyone to get so excited. The county's secondary road funds was supposed to come this story that there had been mo

Hancock pointed out that the matter come from the state tax on gasoline year But then there was some agreement, that Mann hadn't

can be placed on the agenda of Tuesday's confusion about it. approved the announcement
formula that
through a so complicated we Were they supposed to meet that he had said he would aed

Commission meeting and "if thereare will not attempt to go into it. Sufficeit here, or where? Johnson wanted time to consider it, and that he

enough people opposed we can to say that, because of its size and a r It here. De Gaulle wanted it consulted Johnson.
the resolution. on an Island in the Caribbean.So At any rate-(his was Surd
change
priority by 1
number of other factors, Collier County
meeting. nleht-a few hours
there was no after the an.
One reason why the proposed road receives more secondary road money But then the Frenchman Irritated nouncement Republican sena.

extension can develop into a "crisis," than many surrounding counties. This the American governmentby tors denounced It. They didn't
which Is local standard recognizing Red China and think the administration st'ld' !
becoming be for roads
operating only -
can spent
money on top of it decided to visit Hex agree to "negotiate" on the
procedure for any issue on which unless legislative permission is received, ico as part of his plan for letting treaty. They said it looked like

there is a difference of opinion, is because as was the case of the proposed Welcome good will and probably surrender.
business for France in Latin A few hours after the
many Collier Countians do not Station near the Western Entrance to America. llcans said what they had Repub.

fully understand what is at stake.It Everglades National Park. irir- Johnson arranged to make a their minds, a so-called "high on

appears that persons opposing the major speech to Latln.Amerlcan U.S. source" made a joke; of
It is also true that if the County Com- ambassadors at the Organization the OAS announcement by ,
road the tJr
do
proposed so only to extent -
mission REFUSED TO BUILD ANY ROADS, of American States on the ing there had been no agree.
that they don't want it constructed along :4FMS : very day, Monday, that De ment.
It is that the
not likely stats gasolinetax
the route now shown on maps. The pe Gaulle landed in Mexico, uniform The next day, Monday, John.
would be reduced. At least it wouldnot and all, son went to the OAS to make
tition being signed by those opposed
be advisable for anyone to hold his \ IT it went right, Johnsonwould his speech. He had it all pre.
clearly requests that "the proposed road breath until the tax is lowered. get as much front-page pared in writing. It turned ui
through Rookery Bay NOT BE BUILT AS play In Latin America as De not to be a very good speech
.... Gaulle since his talk was on It
was hardly more than
SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED MAP." Since there seems to ba numerous a ol.
United States and Its lection
}how the of friendly and pious
(The capitals are the writers.) ways, and plenty of space, to changethe southern neighbors could pull statements.Even .

It is our understanding that the opposing route of the proposed Kelly Road together better But It didn't gall o so, if this had been all,

has extension and since local Today s right. while it might have disappoint.ed .
no objection to the taxpayerswill
group T
While De Gaulle did all the the ambassadors it wouldn't
I road being built closer to the Tamlami not have to dig directly into their WashingtonBy nice things In Mexico, Johnson have been enough to astonlst

Trail where it would not interfere with pockets to pay for it, except through the Th. iASSOCIATED TbrE didn't do them here, or at least them. Johnson proceeded to as.
the ambassadors didn't think so. tonish them
I by injecting seme.
conservation efforts. The tax they on gasoline it seems
opposing group pay : OR/ One reporter, who knows the thing that wasn't in the pre.]
contends it also would be more econom- reasonable to believe that the matter 7 PRESS ambassadors, said they were pared speech.

: ical to build the road in another location can be settled amicably at the next regu shocked and astonished at John. He made official what the
TRUTH SOUADNEW son's speech. "high source" had said
tht'
N
to avoid the expense of constructing lar meeting of County Commission. YORK (AP) James WASHINGTON (AP) -In the This Is how It happened. For night before. He said there had]]

I several bridges. Meanwhile, we strongly suggest that Baldwin, novelist, essayist and news from Washington! Editor, Collier County News t weeks a special OAS committeehad been no meeting of the mind
Another popular misunderstanding is militant spokesman for racial PRESIDENTIAL SECURITY: The Florida Republican lead- been trying to get Panamaand with Panama.
Collier Countians follow Commissioner
Rep. Gerald the United States to settIetheir Thus, In a talk which was
that Integration, has become a play R. Ford, a mem. ers have "voted" to organizea supposed
construction of the road, along any Hancock's suggestion that "There is no wright. ber of the commission Investl. truth telling squad" to follow dispute over the Panama to be all about cooper

I route, would be financed from the pock need for everyone to get so excited." A cast headed by Rip Torn gating the assassination of Rep. William Cramer In the Canal Zone tlon he (1) Injected the sore sub
President After the riots at the zone lastJanuary ject of Panama and in effect
and Pat Mingle began rehear John F, Kennedy, fight between the pledged and ((2))
sals at the ANTA theater In says the Inquiry may turn up Panama severed dip. told the OAS to its fact
I .,.... New York ideas for Improving the protec. unpledged slates for Barry lomatic relations with this coon that its special committee's announcement

: i ":: '>:;::;.:::.::! /:: :', ::::':,":: ::::/> !%I.il{ :l,:;: ;\\lii::! ;MIW!{ ?;F f# ; !:i\/\ 1::::;fm!, win's lie" work, Tuesday"Blues for on Char.Bald. tion The of American Michigan presidents Republican Gold 1 had water.the honor" of havinga try. Panama demanded a revs was all wet.

said In truth telllne squad from the
I a statement Tuesday
Baldwin told
GO TO CHURCH TIIIS- ND EVERY SUND Y play Is 'the reconstruction a reporter of the a the commission, headed by same source-follow me when I

I crime the murder of a Negro Chief Justice Earl Warren, Is campaigned for State Commit-
--- I ( boy in a Southern town" scrutinizing presidential securl.ty teewoman from Collier County.
measures. 1 lost to Mrs. Mildred Wenzel THIS CURIOUS WORLD
others LOS ANGELES (AP) Er. Ford expressed hope the com. 98 to 150 In the primary elec-
say ITEMS !CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS nest Borgntne couldn't come to mission would complete Its tion two years ago.
court, so the court went to work and make its report to This truth telling squad was
President Johnson early In the
Borgnlne.' headed by Harry Schooley, now
summer,
1 I rI I Superior 'Judge Kenneth! E. tax collector In Lee County.the .-
.
II Johnson Sutherland of Los Angeles went home of G, Harold Alexander -, '
Let's Get Pledges"Will on TVAIn to the Universal International NO POLITICAL AMBITION rtn> ? 1 r7,
I Some boss for 34 of
,
I audlos, where Bornlne Is newsmen traveling years
you see that highway 60 is four' the second major speech' of his making amovle, Tuesday so through South Viet Nam with the Republican party In Florida-

laned from Lake Wales to the Turnpike presidency Lyndon Johnson chose to the actor could testify In a $1,. the secretary of defense and still the boss though his
I during your term of office?" cite again and to all the world the 101,529! breach of contract suit thought they were seeing a new mouthpiece Is Tom Fairfield
example of the Tennessee Au- Robert S,
Valley
That is the question which every,voter thority. against Twentleth-Century Fox. The McNamara. Brown whom he named to replace -
Arlington Productions Inc. reserved Pentagon chief him when he retired as
ol this area should ask ,
gubernatorial
Mr. Johnson, the United addressed crowds
shook
t Nations headed hands
William
by D,
Coates
of
chairman the
candidates as they begin their search tor traced RepublicanState
J the "peaceful revolution" of stet suing Fox, claiming breachof and greeted children
'" votes in the coming primary election. which he became a Was he Executive Committee.By .
.. pal on entering a 19C1 contract to finance a warming up as
Reason: This highway is the most important Con Ire,. 27 :yean ago. And at part of movie. Fox claims Coates some speculation had It to accident, a friend of mine
project which Greater La k eWales that work, he laid, "We harnessed the didn't have the background be President Johnson's running overheard In a bar the "truth rte t1RTJ.\
I power of the Tennessee Valley and the mate In November telling squad" boast that It
?
can hope for during the :next four Lower Colorado-" needed to produce a picture. CXMBBOWIOSOI IHb J.l.AHD$_ ", sPIlERQ
with only one candidate for Borgnlne testified for Coates No, said a Defense Depart. was "going down to Naples to AHO A WAfeR HEMISPHERE,BYUSIH6
Governor Polk Lyndon Johnion'i position on TVA is ment spokesman Tuesday, Ml'. get Carrie Bell." Forewarned A" Ik n*T NIiAA UONP0M AS ONe JtotB,
I from county Scott II clear and positive as his long record m'1tti'::::,i:,::::;,: ';;::::;:i t j Namara has not caught the po. 1 had a few questions to AN(7"" ( A t?INT NEAR N&AW ZAUNO AS
Kelly actually being on the ground la full of experience with the authorityand :: laical bug. ask when the three men appeared TUff OTHE ..
I and knowing the dire need of this four- the other projects begun by the Sharp Burglary before a meeting of the Naples -

lane road, it is most important that we Franklin Roosevelt Administration Ht Police combed Maidenhead VIET NAM: The United Republican Club. ON THE
learn definitely what the other five who understands and fully support the England, for the most States has pledged full supportto I wanted know
American economic to why a Republican MALAY PENINSULABEES (; ,
all come from the east coast of the state, with detailed syttem. But hespeaks cleanly shaved thieves in the South Viet Nam govern. primary was not held ;'
of
I will do if they are successful in naming pride in the accomplishments knowledge and and the town. A warehouse was ment "tor as long as it is re. In Lee County They replied
looted of quired to bring Communist aggression M AHe Nor4ey :
the next state road board. business-Industrial some! 200,000 razor r
stimulus ct TVA.Th .- blades. and terrorism under there were no contests. Naturally eot DO NOT SAT J '' Nl
I Lake Wol.i N.w. < Chattanooga Times control." Alexander was not goIng IT. TH.VUveor* J.
to risk his place on the executive N EdW TIC[ YEAR' rRCUNq r

I ;I A SMALL HORSE-THIS TIME _\$ ;:_ :% I: +r: 11t.1_ committee. He has yet LMkSEO NON AND!Tea .' ,

to go before the voters in any ACCUMULATES ':y... '
Editor's Note: Several readers have kind of election e4GRSATM4SSSS. ". 'r ;"
Polk county commlssIoneiB, who sue a receipt for all money taken In, 1 asked more pertinent ques- ...,f. \ "Ji.
that
have been letting accounting pro- no matter where It came from. Mrs. complained our daily crossword tions concerning Alexander, cedures in puzzles are too hard for them. Well which they evaded. I
their office catch up slowly Haney has painstakingly written chargedmy
this one today is especially for us opponent would vote Alex-
to the county's' fast-changing financial receipts to each Individual who paid
( we also have trouble with the hard ander back into office. lie retired -
picture, have speeded up the money Into the funds fur which she before the election so she
ones ) and those several readers.
It process In the past week. And for is responsible. voted for Drown All this u

good reason. .- ancient history, but I would . . . . . . .

Much to everyone's bewilder- funds While to the she circuit was remitting clerk's office her, 1 Here's An EASY PUZZLE 'I 1 date.like to bring the story up to

ment, a county employee discovered apparently receipts were given to Isn't it true that the Repub- r .

recently that her accounts were her In lican Club of Naples once with
return. Hut when she beganto Her*'* the Answer
$1700 out of balance. The employee, hand the cash In to employees In Flying Creature'f 300 members, has all but fall
Mrs. a en apart In the two
Mildred Harvey of the county a years
the commission's business office, receipts since that Remarks
welfare department, noticed that HORIZONTAL 2Abov nSi a a w primary the club
were not issued. has not been able
1 Depicted bird 3 Numeral to get a quor-
she had issued ,that much more In 7 Take Into 4 French article um of 25
members .
I
I. '
was
receipts to county hospital patients When Commission Chairman custody S Image not Informed I lrSSSSSSS SSSSSS S SSSC
I
although
13 Each W am
fl Roman
than she had obtained from other McCutcheon was asked if this Isn'ta Cleaning cloth emperor N a an honorary member of the NICKS AND KNACKS

county employees when she handedthe rather raieless way to do business 15 Peruse 7 Mm entrance N N club, being a co-founder, and
he said: 16 Court 8 Book of Bible T there was no mention In
money In for deposit. IS Constellation 8 Right aid N'! media the Well it didn't look too terri-
news
a
,
a si meeting was held
It Hall! ,
A feverish "Yes but It's one of those Cab ) ble
search of the files 20 It breeds In 10 Creek letters 28 Mower 44 Silver and the present slate of officers yesterday so might as well have
disclosed about $2GO In receipts that things that just happens. In 1960, the 11 Calm 33lmlt.tes (symbol) elected. There are no general another go at it.

narrowed the gap between records there was about $!H received, in this Presiding 21 Oriental coin 17 12 Symbol Spell for 34 38 fruit Horses 43 46 Let Dung It beetles stand meetings of any consequence

and reality to $1449 Investigationsfrom department. Last year, there was over elder fib) bromine 37 Tighten 47 Release save one a year ago a fash- Dr. Bill Bailey ( he's not the one
21 North Carolina Dry 41 Impudent 52 Diminutive Ion show at Trlnlty-by-the-
all angles since that time have fSOOO. Policies on charging for (ab) :a Path 42 Level suffix\ Cove parish hall. that won't come home ) told us a most

failed to reduce the shortage any hospital services were changed, but Woody 24 Spoken plant 27 Hone's gait 43 Gaelic 84 Credit (ab,) Neither Tom Brown nor Alexander interesting thing yesterday. Numis-

further. the method of handling the money 29 Egyptian I l. S .. '" 1 0 j Iii it I! has appeared at any meetIng matics is no longer Just a hobbyt No

Commissioners suddenly have wasn't. We had been revising the 30 sun Artificial god 5 11 of local Republicans, although Sir! It is now a multi-million dol-

come face to face with the fact that system, but now that this has turnedup language they have been asked lar
31 Preposition S. b 11 l 0 numerous times. I have always business. One dealer alone sells
in some respects they have a pretty we're Installing new procedures 32 Bon believed, and more over a million bucks of coinsa
worth
20
11
slipshod barn to stable their Immediately. 33 Cipher than
financial
strongly
ever today, that year Will
35 Try said. That ain't hay'
horses in. And they are taking Whether the $1449 not accounted Correlative of Go) Alexander does not want a

rapid steps to lock all the doors. for was lost, strayed or stolen 39 either r lS Z. U lO strong Republican organization book Incidentally, Bill had a coin
Tellurium40inf In the state to threaten his which showed
nickel
New procedures are being Installed from the commission's barn still ) t j 1)0- patronage that a 3 cent
nt power.
at
to be sure that there's a dou- hasn't been decided. In comparisonwith 42 Cons food ..11- r- p It His mouthpiece charges that United States.one time was issued by said the

ble check on the cash both coming the $8,000,000 size of the com 47 Bog Rep Cramer Is out to becomethe that This meant, he ,

and going and there's a lot of taxyers' mission's budget, the $1449! was avery Adjective turn* iS it 1r 1 boss of the party by organizing worth the coin contained three cents
a slate pledged to Gold- of silver. the coin
49 Jargon i, Apparently
lettuce that gets shuffled small horse to misplace. "+
80 Legal thin) ,. water. If Alexander et al can called a "half dime cents
through the county's widespread of- But 81 Exit 'i I) 'II 1l 1) '1't 'Q'w 11 had five
locking the doors now, as be ousted, then Cramer will worth of silver
fices. the commissioners are doing, may 83 83 Ebb BenchtS ;0 ', 11 : : 50 undoubtedly: work effectively to in it.
TOday's
;
It seems Inconceivable that it well keep a much larger steed from Emphasl')1 r SZ 51 make Florida a two party state. full of nickel may have a pot
hasn't been VERTICAL silver in it but it sureas
routine all along to Is- being kidnaped later.
1 Repeat )5 S. Carrie Bell heck won't buy over three cents
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The annual benefit card party Wunderllch, Ora Adams Sarah /, I JJ' it ': .
for the building addition of our Ryan Ethel Thursby Lilly ; .c' "
n.m local fire house, sponsored by Ramsteln Edythe Mclaughlin r ; ,
the Bonita Springs Woman's and Charles Bachman Layard -

Club was anothergrandsuccessas Campbell and Bob Carlson. \
$170 was netted for the Forty nine door prizes .,

e ,Project.The were given by merchants and I .. !
table prizes were sUver friends. 1'I, j
Ide. dollars and awards wentto The grand prize was an up- .
e.1d Mesdames Lewis Straight holstered reclining chair donated -
1dof Florence Stark Hertha Volght. by Sauders Furniture on '
ofe. Ruby Carpenter, Howard De- the Trail and awarded to Mrs.
e.an Spelder, Heltn Staubach, Bette Virginia Clark. "
Brugge Henry Joern. Tlllle The other winners included i'
Marlon Gulder, Mary Zabrls-
noit Bryant Kynes kle, Kern Shaw Emma Axford .
Mickey':>unbar George Me rkle, ; ...., *
Clash Over Earl Weeks Clark M.H.

edhe Merit Bender Gene Fox, Lloyd Grau, -.... '
System Mabel Terry, Emily Coberly, ''' '
TALLAHASSEE (AP)- Atty. Mabel Morgan. Cecil Harvard,
lay i from shells the of Mary Telesma lch"I
in.in.. Cen. Junes Kynes and his for Harold Lyons, Mary Granlund, occupy: time
met boss, Gov Farris Bryant, Jo Richardson, Bill Butzge,
_
clashed today over having the Florence McNally, Millie Col-
p'tild Cabinet, reconsider Us decisionto lins. Jo Bender. John Katula, Seniors

he tectlon take from away 56 merft agency system officials.pro. Elva Butzge Paul Schuklat, lA, Ie r ___

Eke Bryant won the confrontation. Lilly Ramsteln, Bill Froman cv
;
Polly Palokowskt,
If the officials were under Brugge
1b.on merit system protection, an In. Carlson, Ann Stucker, Ruth Show TopTalents
coming governor could not fire Banker, Betty Church,Mildred
Emof them without cause. If they were Schneider, Juliette Margerum,
fired, they could appeal. MarJ Henley Hertha Voight,
1y.ee.. Kynes wanted the Cabinet to Paul Larlvlere Paul Schmidt,
review its action of August, 1962 Vera Jamium, Sadie Ryan,

ho. in lifting the protection. Howard DeSpelder, Helen George Meier paints as a hobby
and three
Eke Bryant other Cabi. Whitfteld Fred Palokowskl
net members voted down
Kynes' Southern Station, Dot Shaeferand 14th Annual
re.It motion that the action should be Frances ,..IF
ctuol. reviewed now, before the May Billingsly. Hobby Show f
primary elections, to remove
.
any hint of politics from any de. ART DISPLAYOne
'nodl clslon, if one were made, to hundred and twenty five
Earl G Fritsch carves' wood figures
*
*
place the officials back under viewed the annual dlspaly of the I

nt.In"., the merit system and preventthe An League of Bonita SpringsIn tt lnf wliy, March l IS. 19fil I (COLL1I COUNTY NEW 5
next governor from firing their local Community Hall

151as. them. Sunday afternoon which chalk- r i Lawsuit Charges
The Cabinet, sitting as the ed up another huge success.
State Personnel Board, ached The officers "' Defective FoodAn
roe.re.. and members of .
.
uled review for December
a .
the local there
group were to :
1984- the month before the new allegedly "defective"
governor takes office- at the greet, answer questions, identify t 1- plate of scallops served at the Yours
the time of the original action. their painting, as wellas local Howard Johnson restaurant _
the Kynes said the review shouldbe two guests, Monty Hey and has resulted In a law
lad made before the Democraticor Kurt Grleshaber.A r
suit filed behalf
Ian being on of
Republican Party nomineeswere special welcome was extended r
Ruth D. Miller and Donner
determined in the prim a.rles. to one of the first char- Miller. fly: CLAIMS: AND QUINTIN VAN DFR VEER

upra ter members, Mrs. Copeland The rued law
complaint by
The Legislative Council Com. Willis, who has been confinedto
ubof mlttee on Pensions and Retire whell chair .1 yer D.C. Nichols states that } ."i", 1-, 'IY,
ment also recommended that the a for many q Mrs. Miller ordered a plate Musical mrandtrlnga .yf J.J ri: .1.
idan review be made now by depart. months. lunch Including scallops at Molinlut Aladdin, who gained ar. lnJiT:
ment heads of the agencies af. Attending the refreshmenttable ; Howard Johnson's March 28, a measure of fame with (the Of1iU'ft I IENf I-'
fected. were Mesdames Mary -..J.Jr 1962. The scallops, It Is char-
Lawrence Wrlk crew, was" t
Bryant and Comptroller RayE. Grandlund, EvaBlalcherHazel -Ll ged, were "defective and unfit born Aladdin Abdullah Arhmrd fERJ J INMe..T. :
Demltz and Anne S -
Green immediately objectedto talge r. .
..
for human
a review. Mrs. Helen Ims manned the i1,,.4: .....,.. 2 such condition consumption and In Anthony I'allantr and 1.:: WATCH .
(were)dangerousto
"You're throwing this right In. bargain table, while Mrs. Ems va ", utarlrd his profraiilnnal fa.rrrr .
life and
'" health. ALIEN
to politics," said Bryant to Mader and Lu Packard the registration I .......wf9 ttErYr.- of aa a dancer at the age i STEVE j
Kynes. "I have already reviewed As a result eating this of three Souaa, the great
TUB
desk. Robert Adams laureate and PLAY K.
the positions and I find Naples poet artistHelen food, Mrs.Mlller"becamevio- l'
and bandsman, laid that
Thehanglng was arranged once
there has been no change." lently 111 because of the : HOHNERJlE10DCA
the packards,Lu people hear )ati through >
"I don't agree," said Kynes. supervised by unwholesome condition of the
review and Marlborough. The door husband their feet rot their brain
"We are only asking a food. Her It Is
of the situation since some reorganization prize, a painting donated by charged, "has Incurred and will It U claimed that well
has taken place In Mrs. Margaret Alcox, was a- u.f. continue to Incur for a longtime our two million copies of (
the government." warded to Mrs. Viola Schroeder e + ry I large expenses for medical Mahalla Jarknon'a "I 1 Will t"al'trt"' '.);.i,i :K.ILLUSTRAIID ,
Kynes, who was appointed at. a former Bonita Springs tre*..nent, hospitalization, MOT Up a Little Higher" ,
torney general by the governor resident now a resident of nursing and medicine." To have bern Hold Marla };

in council January recommended, said the legislative that dls. the Shady Rest Home In Page compensate for these expenses, Callaa U actually: Maria MODEL

trlct supervisors of the State Park. ; the plaintiffs ask damages In Anna Sofia CVcllia Kaloger I PIANO II
Motor Vehicle Commission be excess of $500 and a trial by opopouloa, a mouthful of $24gsMOOtI "'
returned to the protection of the AUXILIARY MEETING Jury. name In any language OTHEH 'I'
,
merit system. The semi-monthly meetingof For a second count the complaint In our language "(luaU.t ROaI! I
The Motor Vehicle Commission the American Legion Auxiliary charges that Mrs. Miller, ," hat great meaning aa tn, ,,,, .
i is one of several state agen. of John Murphy Post No. on becoming sick, "suffered related to manlral instrument I ; LJ0I "l .
des under the direct control of 303 was held In the Legion home, severe bodily pain and will !. When It comes to
the governor. last Wednesday night continue to suffer," and was
Bryant, Conner, Green and pianos, organ and lullara,
Ethel Critean "Incapacitated: for a -
Mrs. a
long
of State Tom Adams gave period only the finest quality In. S1EYEw
Secretary 1 % i
A detailed report on the group's >, t 4'4 of time and sustained permanent -
d
defeat the motion. Vote
joined to + Nlrumenta will S* found at
ing with Kynes was State Treasurer concession at the recent annual physical Injury. Damages the Van Per Veer Music AMEN
library auction, thanking In excess of $500 are
J. Edwin Larson. 1t demanded In this Center, ltd tin HI.., N, Na. cr\\ SNOW NlaNilf
helpers, donors and patrons. count, too. '
plea !Shopping" ( .nt. The
Ambulance Eleven local girls are eli- Sx The suit was filed Monday, "
Mooring Come In for r/u'/ fif'mlti.Iflf.'a"if"Itllfll'umtnl
and has been Circuit a
gible for Girl Stater; shortly assigned to -
Is Kept Busy With the president will meet with Judge Archie Odom. dcmoBatration. PkmM MI. to I'lay
the girls and members at her 2.13. ,',' '!-.iJ4: ..,,'.II'''. '.Y.'rt 'f l
Crashes On TrailWhen More thin J.jno( yean ago, a
Joe Miller, ambulance home. writer in what ii now Iraq Incribed
driver for the Richard A. Pitt. The March 25th of meeting Easter will !this proverb on a day Van Der Veer Music Center
be In the form an
tablet: "Yuu ian: have a InrJ
Funeral of
Home
Naples .
man .... I I
when those attending are ------
party can have a king but the man
approached Forty Miles bend yesterday you Naples Shopping Center Ph. MI 26632fRSThL
Fox collects glass "
their antique
model own creation
morning en.route to a urged to to fear I la the tax collector:
Miami hospital to return a patient of a home-made bonnet or -- --
to Naples, the ambulancehe hat.The Everglades OES
was driving was nearly side annual Egg Hunt will be
swiped by a passing car. Noticing held on the Community Hall To Seat Officer
that the driver of the other grounds on Easter Sunday beginning -
Saturday Night
car was losing control of the at 2 p.m. In two groups,
vehicle on the wet pavement, he pre-school to the first grade, Everglades Chapter, Order of ED
turned the ambulance around in and fromjthe first through the the Eastern Star No. 213: now
time to see the other car crash. famous for its famous "bounce-
fourth grade. Prizes will be
Driver of the car was Mrs. back" from almost total destruction
Johanna Axt of Miami and pass. awarded to each group. Mrs. during Hurricane Donna,will
engers were the tatter's daugh. Connie Evans and Mrs. Janet hold its annual installation of
ter-in-law, Mrs. Catherine Axt, Reahard are In charge. officers for the year of 1964 SHOP ALEXANDER'S FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY i
her granddaughter Mrs. Bob The auxiliary Is eager to havea in the Masonic Temple In Ever.
Cannoles, and the totters six pair of "Matched Colors"and glades on March 21 at 8 p.m.
months old baby, all of Miami. to this end a fund was voted The members of Everglades Smart New Men's Smart New Jr. Boys' noys'WOMEN'S
The baby and Mrs. Catherine beginning with $25. Chapter Invite the public to lit.
Axt both received fractured After much discussion It was tend this Installation ceremonyand DRESSES SPORT COATS SUITS SPORT COATS i
skulls in the crash. Miller imm. voted to use up to $100 I out at the same time visit the

edlately gave them assistance of the general fund for a remodeling new Masonic Temple. 5.95 to 14.95 14.95 to 24.75 4.98 to 19.75
and rushed them to a Miami hog Installing officers will be: frat

pital.On Sunday returning from MI. Jo Hashbarger kitchen suggested job. Mrs thata of Ethel the Dobson Grand ,Chapter past grand of Florida matron; Millet Juniors Half Sizes Cottons Blends Sizes 3 to 20Women's

i ami where he had taken the pa. seventy-five cup coffee urn, Mrs. Maude Mershon, pact grand
e tlent he brought back to Naples and Mrs. Ethel Crltean was appointed marshall of the Grand Chapter of "Connie" Men's "nand" Boys' and Girls'DRESS
yesterday, he was flagged downon as her co-chairman. Florida; Mrs. Grace Jenkins,
i' two separate occasions and had Book donations are being solicited past matron of Cypress Chapterof SHOES DRESS SHOES "STEP MASTER" SHOES
to make two trips back to Miami to be taken to the Wood Naples, and Mrs. Evelyn

.net hospitals accidents with on the persons: Trail.InjuredIn Hospital 13th. Those In Arcadia going are on April askedto Clarke Mass. past organist of Lee, 4.98 to 10.95 7.95 to 9.95 3.98 to 5.90 !

: wear white and their caps. Don't Be A Litterbug
96 Offer KidneysTo Women's Little Girls' lfen'sVush N' Wear
---

..os I( CLEVELAND Save Boy(AP) 11- Doc. * DRESS HATS DRESS HATS DRESS SLACKS

\ tors were to start today select.
I log a volunteer from 96 per. FIVE STAR SPECIAL 2.98 3.98 2.98 5.95 to 12.95
son! willing to donate a kidney --- -
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I{|'I! KANSAS CITY (AP) UCLA regular season play, but all four I rR"I YORK (AP) Move

I*on't be bothered by the presIpure coaches, speaking over a four back, you NYU Violets, Happy SPdRTS

of an unbeaten season in way telephone hookup Tuesday, Hairston and Barry Kramer.

| rounds of the CAAIpasketball agreed those December results The Army Cadets, with Mike

l championship. could be discounted. r + r'i Silliman, Joe Kosclusko and Bob . . . . . . . . .
I "We feel we're starting a new "It was obvious when we Slegl, have become the sentl.

season- ," Bruin Coach John played Kansas State that they mental basketball favorites In 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 18, 1964
Wooden said. were experimenting, looking for the National Invitation Tourna.

> "Our kids were pressing to the right combination. Apparen. ment.

complete the regular season un. tly they found It. They've comea Given even a slimmer chance

defeated. They made it. And long way since then," Wood. y( si than NYU In pre.tourney fore. A Year Makesa

that took, the pressure off Now en said. y cuts, the Black Knights of the
we feel we're starting all overagain. Michigan's Dave Strack, Hudson surprised St. Bonaven.

whose Wolverines bombed Duke ture 6442 In the first round last DifferenceMIAMI

flU we get beat, It won't be 83.67, said his team Isn't taking Saturday and Tuesday night

''because of that kind of pres. the Blue Devils lightly came through with another tree Fla. (AP)-What a difference a year" makes In the
cure. It'll just be because we "We're not looking past them," mendous upset. They humbled
relayed a better team." Strack said. "No sir. We're not third-seeded Duquesne from wonderful world of big league baseball.

.f The lop-ranked Bruins take a looking past anyone. We're just Pittsburgh 67.65 In an overtime This time a ear ago Yogi Berra was pledged to secrecy He had

28.0 record into Friday night's looking forward to Friday night quarterfinal struggle. been signed as a Yankee plater-roach, mainly to spend u much
Semifinal match with Kansas We're going In with respect for f'I In the feature
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a 22.5 mark. Michigan, 22.4, Duke's Vic Bubas said his I night's semifinals against sec. He was to be the future manager .

plays Duke, 25.4, In the other team had maturdd since the loss ond-seeded Bradley from Pe and in order "not to let the

-'. to Michigan. orla, m.NYU. rat out of the bag," as Yogi puts
UCLA beat Kansas State and "We think more aggressively considered a "bust"
It, be was hard to locate when
,Michigan romped over Duke In play more aggressively now," during the regular season, but
he said. "We are a more confident I I which ousted Syracuse In the It came time for Intmlews

Vejras To Be Host team now. Our scoring bal. .-- first round and knocked off top. From now on, as T awren,

ance is better and we're a little BASEBALL SEASON is here and it's with the boys Anyway dolls are a seeded DePaul on Saturday Berra, Manager all Vogl' Interviews .

*To AFL Pro Gamer better Tex off Winter defensively.of Kansas" State time for these young ladies to put pest in the summer time when the goes New against Mexico the Lobos fourth In -seeded Thurs. will be! news (inferences .

OAKLAND, Calif (APLas said his team Is now "as away the dolls, don the uniform, pick great outdoors calls day's opening game. .

?Vegas ootball, Nev.League, will play see American for the good as any team that's going up the equipment and loin the fun The Lobos from Albuquerque A year ago Charlie Oressen

to be there. -- gained their semi spot by surviving was at \ero Death. tea" hinit
first time on Saturday Aug. 29
"UCLA Is difficult
very toplay
Drake's furious closing
National I eapuebattlne hunplor
when the Oakland Raiders and against When they beat us, we Flood Sees finish to beat the Bulldogs from
Houston Oilers meet In a pre- Tommv Davis of the Dodders a
just weren't real well preparedto Koufax( Adds 'Blooper1Pitch Des Moines 65-60 on four free
Reason Problem In few tricks about plating: third
game. handle the kind of problems No throws by Dick Ellis In the last
The Nevada battle will be held UCLA presents. We're a little 27 seconds base.

,At Cashman Field, a downtown better prepared now." New AdjustmentsBy This time Drusen I I. wearinga

T-as: Vegas facility which Clark will The teams took their final MIKE RATHET To Bag Of TricksBy PromotersVant Detroit uniform at Lakeland
Wilbur
he at 12000. The workouts on home courts today. WriterST.
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.Cavalcade; of Charities Is the Clay To Defend as pilot of the Tigers Otherwise
All are scheduled to arrive In PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP)
!sponsor Kansas City Thursday and will -Curt Flood at 26 the ranking genial Chuck l Is the same.
HAL BOCK the Los Angeles Angels to three Title In MontrealMIAMI
have brief workouts at the Kan. He'll probably pick the Tigersto
Louts outfield
o member of the St. Associated Press Sports Writer! hits for a 2.0 Chicago Cub vie: BEACH AP Fight
Bill Druton of the Detroit las City Municipal: Auditorium, sat on a tractor behind the Car. For the opposition the dls..., tory. Lou Brock tagged loser ( ) battle the Yankees for the
Yvon Robert of Mon.
tigers was the leading pinch. site of the Friday night semifinals dlnal*' batting cage, minimizing couraglng thing about SandyKoufax ], Ken McBride for a solo homer I real promoters and Chris Dundee of MI. pennant,
hitter In the American League in and Saturday finals. his achievements and the probe ., Minnesota :
isn't his awesome fastball The Twins feasted said would Last spring Gil Hodges wasa
ami Beach today they
1963 with six hits In 11 times at None has ever won the cham. lems Involved In working with or his sharp-breaking curve I i on New York Yankee frontline' CASEY JTfNOEL
attempt to get heavyweight Met This spring he's managerof
Tlatfor t a .545 average plonshlp. new running mates.No or the combination of the two,, pitching for a 7.2 victory, New:champion Cassius Clay to defend the Washington Senators, Cll Oriole Job reached( Case Stengelbut
matter how Flood mini which renders hitters vlrtuall; York's third setback In four his title In Montreal In ad.
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f' mixes the achievement, he still helpless. It's the thought of him I starts. Vic Power had four sin.:vance of the 1967 world's fair. was hesitant about taking the the manager

PLAY BETTER GOLFBy was only one of five National adding another pitch. gles and Jimmie Hall a solo Robert said he had contacted job. He asked Dodger executive ;Vets wouldn't, think of breakinghis

Leaguers to reach the 200-hit l Koufax made his Grapefruit t: homo run for the Twins as AlI Clay's manager, Bill Faversham Bunts Bavasl': "What do I do1" alleirlame with George WfOhs,,

level last season. He also hit League debut Tuesday and ha Tommy Armour ,302 and drove In 63 runs a New York Met hitters lungtni g:; ey Ford hurled for the Yanks terested In
starting negotiations In an Arizonacamp
"If you get tired of It seemed content
remarkable figure for a leadoff and lurching at an assortment t: Felipe Alou slammed a homerr Robert and Dundee said they
batter, of pitches which Included a nev and a tworun triple as the Mil. In we'll find something for you." called Apache Junrtlon.
Cod the wrists may join copromotlng fights
C Make It Simple "I can't really say whether weapon something Koufa:): waukee Draves unleashed a 13. both before and during the This time last spring, Hank But this spring they are settingup

lift the club 1962 or 1963 was my best sea. needs about as much as J. Pau 1 l hit attack for an 8.1 victory over world's fair In the Canadian Bauer was assisting Dlllv Hitch lUlit: housekeeping In Florida
poor golfer son," said Flood, "but I would Getty needs another million. the Kansas City A's. that for two
ears
cock as manager of the Baltimore \nd the team
makes the game say last year was my best as The addition was a bfoopei\ Rookie Rico Carty also horn city."The of Montrealis

complicated t the expert makesit far as fitting in was concerned.But pitch, something like the OnE!i ered for the Draves, who had three population million," Robert said, Orioles Oriole president beat out the Mets while building

simple. Hob Jones once said then everything has to be Rip Sewell flashed at Nation L[ managed Just threo runs In two "and there's a lot of money float. Bill MacPhall hired Bauer andIt with vouth M going the other

there are only' a few simple; measured by how we finished League hitters \in the 1940s,, shutout victories before facing log around. We expect to have looked like a stepping stone wav with Its Infield
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r things'; to do Turn around, lift and unfortunately wo were a day Sandy displayed It three: times, the depleted Athletic staff 15 million people In the city durIng It was, When Hithco got the Veterans Nellie Fox and Fddle
6 dollar It The San Francisco Giants
late and a short. getting over twice for strike s i "
'Turn the club, cock the wrists, then in his five inning stint. bunched four singles for three the fair. gate, Hank was made Oriole man Kasko hive joined Pete Kunnels

C hit the ball. All I can add to Flood's major league career Is "I'm serious about the pitch,',1 runs In the sixth inning and theni Florida Southern ager.In. the former two-time American
six old. lie has established
that ultimate analysis is to tell years wide. said Koufax. "As long as 1 c i held on for a 4.3 victory over the meantime Mai'Phall League batting champion who suffered
himself graceful
as a
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hold the club throw it for strike I'll It,''the' Boston Red Sox. Willie Me.i Evens Two-Game '
you to mainlyby ranging center fielder, and with a use asked a number of his many at .231: In 61 It was the
The old Koufax arsenal Covey's three hits led the GI.ants' .
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your fingers and stand up Stan Musial retired, Is the lone wa Series With FSU friends In baseball: "What's lowest little Pete ever hit.
more than enough against tin!i attack.
to the ball nicely balanced on fixture In the Cardinal outfield. make baseball a fasdnatlne .
with the Orioles' Changes
Meta who managed just twi o i Norm Cash and Willie Horton wrong
make the TALLAHASSEE AP) Flop
feet Then His outfield partners likely will (
essentials your come you easily. }Every come from among Charlie hits. In their short history o,f: slugged homo runs as the De. Ida Southern defeated Florida: "Too many of your players!' -business-.-
futility, the Mets have been a'I t troll Tigers dumped Philadel. State's baseball team Tuesday,, believe they ran do no wrong
James Carl Warwick Doug; I 1'1.1. (AP) 1111I
time try to think of too 111.\\.1'\11.\ I(: -
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t Clemens or Mike Shannon."There's worst against o phia's 8-4, to even a two game series.. and they don't put out" Mar.j rusha'ntcr
I palni llauiK.ip'' run
a ; \. much about holding\ and fax with a total production o C[ In five runs as Detroit evened the first KUil\| !
Florida Slate won game r
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not to be Phall was Informal f 5 : ut llmltnli: ,
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'l wlngn'the' polf dull going any exactly one run in 43 inning o fills; Citrus record 2.2. .

1 r hittiiiK the ball you (jet stiff, problem with any of them mesh. exhibition and regular seasoi n i Skinny Brown, Larry Yellin "" .. ....,., Bauer figures to get his team. hi mimed' 1 for Ih,' I'liippl.innU' .
with Flood said mates of 63 to play better ball Thru I Rings. winner in W 9 Ml"I. -
and confused Ing Manager action against the Dodger aci e i and Larry Bohannon allowed '. ., 'j
unsteady, ; 'J I I i 1\\ .t.I S. Phipps
Johnny Keane. "He covers a lot since May 1962. Just three Baltimore hits as the > this year. He will be guiding a I. \1,1' hr
t IttiM by The thlcaio: Trlbun. His ,' ) l I'hipps, won
n ph Ojiili i
of And there's
ground. not going Once rid of Koufax, win J i Houston Colts nipped the Orioles tighter ship. There will tie !lest
to be any extra pressure on 3.2 in 11 Bohannon's ill, l4O-h: vilh, Mill '\t\
fanned seven, the Mets broki i innings. off
popping by the plavers
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Curt because he's with
playing loose against old teammate Bol b i one>out single delivered the win.
these If there's One of the feelers for the ,lh I R, \
guys. any pres. Miller with Frank Thomas' two o nlng run for the Colts ,

sure It might be on the young run homor the major blow. Lot!a i Ted Savage smashed a two. "

BORED TO TEIlRSfL slayer playing alongside him." Angeles weathered the storm foia r run homer and the Pittsburgh

\\I'-f l .- lhr Flood came to St. Louis In 1957 0-3 victory Pirates came up with a run In Tlte 'Dogs At 'Bonita I

e ':1' AND TIRED TOO ; 01'/ from Cincinnati In a trade for Unbeaten St. Louis handel 1 I the bottom of the I Oth Inning to "j'

FLOWN.I/ I pitchers Willard Schmidt, Marty Cincinnati its first setback 4.2. edge Washington M.I Six,: Grade A dogs that won their Kennel Club, will be vying for
: WOULD HAVE ,. Kutyna and Ted Wleand. Alwaysan Starter Harry Fanok doublet I -- last starts and two whet dolts honor s tonight In the regular: : Wodnesdo !-

l'', ) I F WE BU T KNeW { exceptional fielder, he beganto homo the first two Cardinal run:: Gators Defeat that finished second and third In Hot Box" feature, An
and hurled three shutout inning! "Hot Box" of five Grade
e produce at the plate In 1961 last Saturday nights outstanding: pi f>(,i nm
when he hit .322, then followedthat to pick up the victory. Vad: feature at the Naples-Fort M>eisrirtt A ran. plus awn 3/8 mile marathons

:. "'. FLY#JILESJIKLINESW with .296 In 1962 and last Pinson homered for the Reds, : Vanderbilt InDoubleheader will begin at 8:15.: I:

year with his first 200-hlt sea. Bob Buhl, Cal Koonce an ,"' 1..111'\110 MIS.H Mar and J.Y:slimhm.m
son. rookie! Sterling! Slaughter limit I IUIUl be
Mill battling It out
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r P Movea to COUNTRY CLUB could gain any advantage In the ... ......1., Second T-11:t; Quin |2;.00 time In six outings (hut the dogs
LIVING Southeastern Conference eastern :'':'..". '" .., g Ray Boy lit 129 400 660Merry Mute t finished ono.two I as the

II division baseball battle Tuesday '4>> :- "'*" Terra. glane,(6)) (II) 140 501)J 43 Inshmnn hid a lough hip and
The Wildcats and Bulldogs finished thud hrliind Mik Mar
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f_ '" winning the first game 9.8 and Third T-31:66 Qum 120 iapMi| ijivoi the nod to J,W:i
Of.>rgU taking the second 3.2. It ; ri i Moro (7) I JJ no 2 010Iyl.d Irishman, lull ficurrn Lalcdn Moat

1BLi r' was the season opener for both ._ 6'"ill } oo J 110Arnholl |g :MHI' (for no wiihc' (han second

CApkQ&GO1 teams. and picks Miir How Betty for the
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Meanwhile, Florida. took over ir" '" Sky Zumbe (Is) 10 (0 4 10 119 .how usitlon i' Other entries in
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/ / Jmut Cf.u6. ,. im" sweep of Vanderbilt.. The N.l rs C.Filth..? Martoui T-II:13 (I) 2240 Quin 1240 JIM 10 540 feature race after a long abut
(,.1tlll" won the second game 6.4 Sionoe!! Son IS, U 20 410 ''me, Anna Lilt Wild Tie. Corel-
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dn...s 4.0 Monday.In T-40U, Quln. 14149 ENTRIES)
1 non.conference Mis. 11'1a" Play Boon Iii, |1160.00 110
DESIGNED FOR THE GOLFER, BIO games, ",j Hackltman (tit I) 4.0 120 Flat Grade S 1/11
CYPRUS GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB sisslppl State walloped Arkansas Irith $ moat Hi' ( 45 8 w.t IIronco I "ub.co" t
Mitt 21.1, Howard blanked AU.am >L ,, Johnny Baby I Mar( Oat' .2
ESTATES will offer over 300 homenlei, Seventh T-II:12 Ouln/ HI.M Dollar Cotton 19 Mytttry Yet I
And' Iom'l.d mount t.! bring pieced onHfrrauUful .t 4.0 and Auburn belted Mary Faith, ()) U 40 1 20 140 Top tuna' I NaltH, Metal J
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10 your lot has, horn. are about 10 b. slated! todi>. Auburn again Is :. CIa' Mh T-31,72 Quin $42&0 BB* Dark Oak It S cial Proratt 7
I Down Belt (I) MO 1 40 1 00 Marlene I Portman II
built, hom..lt. .,. available I.cu. V t tt n.)tst to Huntingdon, Tennessee 1t... < >; i Catual mend 0)I) 100 4 40 Sue Fire I See Jeanl Dee 4
your ham..,'. NOW, } tJr i.,UI nl'} to Jacksonville (Fla.) Lone Dude (I) 3 40
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itversity:" and Kentucky\ plays ", Ninth T M Quln. 520.00" Sky Bumble 10 Gamble Boy 4
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boosted ttsSEC record Dow pO" (3) 7 toSt 11'1' Shark M I,2 Butter Lltt I
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Patrick' .Feature Fourth Grade U l/ll
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titlt. Bill Blomcri, t shed III the Tenth T-31:10 Ouln, $90.12 Paiodon, Mar It BB. Rotter I
thing to do especiallywhen i Sammy Dewitt (S) 2)012440 120Jeied Bowl I chief, Pteee. *
11 ning Isms ultt j single! In the form The (I II 1020 S 20 Rapatac I Slick Trader I
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It was a pleasure to see the Murnan 171 and (iContinuel' from page 3))
lane turnout at the NWBA .. This was the
banquet and meeting. Ethel awards 165. May Grant schedule. Next
Jones Nour Turner 155 O-r
vas reelected secretary.trea. 150, Eldress be a 34.9 to sweep bowl gen family of Minneapolis. While Mrs. Sveegen is hew
. lurer for the next two eligible
pthel Dlnabure was elected years First and len Killer 136, Kay Prize monies jr1 L visiting Mrs. B. C. Stevenson, First Street, South, Mr.
and .
Kay Franklin
vice president.. Awards were pre. len DIGangi the be awarded af. .1 Sveegen is skiing in Switzerland.
tented to the NWBA champions.. and next year's
up the 5.6010.Silver .
I elected. Fer. k& JENTZSCH-JONES WEDDING

BROOKSIDE BOWL Olds with Bob Word has been received of the marraige March ninth
It TWIN COUNTY The yellow In the driver's
copy of the game between Brunk. Eaton, 576.201, of Dr Richard Jentzsch of Wood Dale III., and Naples,

MUler Insurance and Blbees Mar to their win over and Mrs. Pauline Jones of Naples.The .

t the ket league Is missing.with a Tex 567.206 Mills Russ litd Supply by Rays Fred won Pauly all simple ceremony took place in Itasca, ilL, with

Gay 560208. Ev Fager listed a Seaberg with a I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Pedersen, of Elmhurst, III., attending
} 217 single Moon Mulllns 202, Urge for Corvettes the couple. Dr. and Mrs. Jentzsch will be at home
Fred Hillman 197, Glen Yager from T.Blrds. early in April 440 Palm Circle East
at
194, Jimmy flames, Jr. 195 and CARSON CITY, ( ) up with 575. ___ Naples.
Paul Wickham 192. Coin collectors are 558200. Lit This morning Frank Brewster, son of Col. and Mrs.

PALMETTO .. Etta Gray was Nevada's state the ladles with ._- James H. Brewster, left to return to Fork Union Military

the as they leader won all for from Tropics Corwin Drive-In Shells. trying silver to dollars get more Just ', Eggleston Henson 450.460, BAND MEMBERS of the Naples Senior long enough for this picture as the Academy, Fork Union, Va. He missed his grandparentsby

Etta tossed a nice 433153. Three the nation's only recorded a 225 High School attended the District Band group hurriedly loaded on the bus for lust a few hours. Dr. and Mrs. Frank V. Langfitt arrived

500 sets aided Johns Clothing In bllng state 214, William Contest in Bradenton last Saturday. the long trip up state They returnedin this afternoon from Clarksburg, W. Va., to visit

winning. Shirley all frorn Johnson Bonita listed SpringsSpa. a having The trouble federal I 155, Glnnle White Bald.160, Several of the band members halted the wee hours Sunday morning. the Brewsters in their Mansion House apartment.

534.179 Lucille Lord 522-187 and collectors who Bernard listed -. With four grandsons in the familv. Mr. and Mrs.

Jo Wickham 514183. Edna make money by Henson 145, Parcel Post Arnold Burton are- very pleased with the addition of
I Simpson produced 485 coins or Nevada I 144 and Anita
a -
Nancy _
In J their first Jenifer Burton
granddaughter.
Bennett 472 and Kay Bernard 456. rather use silver > Cherry was
Lll Peters reached a lone 175, chips In Its slot I Rates Go Up born Sunday, March 15th. Her parents are Mr. and I

Katie_.Stull__173, Eileen_ Wheeler,on Its gaming tables : Isles Of Capr\\!! \ Mrs. A. Randolph Burton of San Francisco, Cal.

I uuurgia rearnian IG4, Frances State Treasurer On .AA.... .--J.,, .11....... VA/.II..... Vl..al,... ..j.,, .L_:. J.Li_.
April 1st "
Fltzek Ruth Campbell 159, Gert belli said Monday "''i '" "" '" '" '''''''' U"\I\I': '''''
1 Dunn 156 and Faye Rimes 144 erless to send PL BF JUNK CUPPS Ml 2.t415The Jana left Monday for their home In Sistersville, W Va.,

)1 BANTAM KITTENS Scoring Nevada to satisfy 41 47 34 28 Inter-County Telephoneand a winning personality. Speakup Postmaster J. K. Rogers re'to pack for a trip around the world. They will make the
; honors to tors. minds residents of
go Beth Clemmer Naples that
I 1I her 267134. Debbie Hasslnger for He expressed hope 40 35 Telegraph trucks were you cat lovers. an effective date of April 1st first leg of the journey by air flying April 3rd to San

., listed a 253, Chris Gillespie 252. before Congress 39 36 week out here for several days last Howard Dunn of Mlramar has been set for new domestic Francisco, then Hawaii Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Yoko
the few
Jean Kllngler a 116 single and minting of $150 38 37 replacing open wire came over to spend a days parcel post rate Increases
hama. At Yokohama will board and
Lee Russell 115. dollars would pass 37 38 circuits with cables. This will with Mr. and Mrs.John Schlotz. The parcel post Increases approved they "Cambodge"
1 BANTAM PUPPIES Leading down the drain of 34 41 Improve the service in two Me Intends to do some serious recently by the luster will stay with her until Barcelona. The Kinkaids plan to

the league was Mike Stacey witha hard dollar. 34 41 ways. There will be fewer fishing.Mr. state Commerce Commission and tour Spain then fly to LeHavre to sail for the return tripto
286151. Eddie Dorsey posteda The U.S. 33 42 people on some of the party and Mrs. George Moss averaging about 13.1 per cent the States.
1 274, Bill Bowes 262 and Chrk says Its stock of lines and less oufof-order" and Mr, and Mrs. Stan Palo' Is expected to yield about $75.4
Yanson 251. John Abbot rolleda Is down to $25 32 43 wltz came over from Ft. Lauderdale million annually. Mrs. William Mulliken and small daughter arrive the

nice 144, John Klingler, Chris dwindling rapidly Is time.We appreciate the problemsthe on Thursday and stay Catalog rates will Increased 22nd to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Nethercott,

David Croak Loach 139, 123.Skip Geltz 127 and the Ing the difficulty bill. It on 68 PL 40 telephone company has had ed overnight with Mr. Moss's produce approximately added 13 revenue per cent of and about will Rum Row. Mr. Mulliken will loin his family the 29th. t-e{

JUNIOR MIXED ..Brendon Hay. mands which have 65 39 in servicing community,andwe're sister and brother-in-law, Mr. $2.4 million If 1962 volume Is is studying law at Harvard and Is also quite a ,

nes was high for the boys as he price of silver up. 61 47 blems glad to know these pro- and Mrs. Al Tatu. Mr. and maintained He is the possessor of a gold medal In the breast stro t'
came up with a 490.207. Larry But the chairman 561/2 47 1/2 are being solved. Improved Mrs. Moss and Mr. and Mrs. The higher rates do not at.
Lee had a 481, Danny Mullins Appropriations 561/2 511/2 service should make palowltz are from Buffalo, fect air parcel post or International received at the Rome Olympics two years ago
468 and Jerry Davis 455. LeadIng J. Vaughan Gary, l 50 58 life more pleasant for both N.Y., and are vacationing In parcel post. Mr. and Mrs. Butler Cox, of Rochester, N. Y., ha e
the girls was Pam Bell with "At the present # 36 72 the subscribers on the Isles and Florida. Postmaster Rogers said he has been in San Francisco. They get to Naples the 19th 0
a 411159. Barbara Sorensen r ver, the silver # 35 73 for the telephone company Lt. Co. and Mrs. Cecil been advised by Postmaster General .
reached lone 170 dollar is so close to John A, Crounouskl that spend the balance of the season at the Kona Kai.
a Kyle Huffman Mr and Mrs. Ed Jacobs of Cupps took their guests, Mrs.
157.163, Jim Sheets 167.158 Ann value that If silver PL Antioch, 111., are visiting Mr. Cecil Cupps, Sr. and Mr. Ed the decision of the ICC will as. Their neighbors in Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Williajn

Scott 135.146 and Rocky Holloway up-end In price-It then has It been 66 46 and Mrs. Howard Gaston this Massart, of Butler, Pa., on slst carrying the Post out Office Its objective Departmentin of Ertle, who have been in the Cox apartment, leave f r

140.ROLLING BROOKS MIXED .. profitable to melt 64 48 week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs a little trip this week. They reducing the drain on the Federal home In a few days.
Henderson Creek won all from dollars. 64 48 have been vacationing In MIami went up to Cypress Gardensand Treasury by $100. million. Mrs. Robert Hofheimer (Comtessa de Leon) of Nc .
"We don't feel 59 53 and will return north on Weekl Wachee Springs and The last parcel post Increase
Rookery Bay ably assisted by Char. we folk, Va., arrives in town tomorrow. She will have a
lie Rice 543.196 and Hazel Abra. fled In authorizing 57 55 Thursday.Mr. then down through Tarpon was on February 1, 1960 the
hamson 514188. Gordon River,.facture of silver 55 57 and Mrs. Wilbur Regnetand Springs and St. Petersburg on postmaster pointed out. trunk showing of her Comtessa de Leon custom designed I

took over Horse Creek with Jean in a few months 'aid.'W"J 53 59 children of Swarmsvllle, the way home, taking in manyof sweaters Friday and Saturday Mark, Fore and Strik .
Hyder 426-166, and Ev Fager, might be melted down. 50 62 N.Y. friends of both the Tatus the tourist attractions along Bryant Gives
425. leading them. Babblers won 48 64 and Jureks, are spending a vacation the way. Last week they Spenta
all from fiawunbas Cats'.With the Resume 44 68 here In Tatus' apartment day shelling at Sanibel and Kudos For Help Greatest Strength Lies
aid of Fred Clark's 494 and Frank The Regnets, who are Captlva Islands. Mrs. Cupps,
Lanza 473. Howard Follis
tossed
three Identical games and won Over PL (Final) property owners, have been vacationing Sr., Is discovering talents she On Bond IssueTALLAIIA&tEE I

himself a triplicate patch. Al 56 28 and here for three years. never knew she had. She has ; (AP) GOV. In 'Dream Of America' LBJ
Tatu took scoring honors with a 55 29. Mr. Mrs. Al Tatu went proved to be adept at shell- Farrls Dryant passed out kudosto -
On over to the Miami airport on leaders of the drive to'
596212204. Margaret Miltner 50 34 craft (how DO you get those put
listed a 505.190 and Bertha Ker. 44 40 Saturday to meet Hilda's mother fragile shell creations back over his university constructionbond NEW YOUK (AP) A self,, White House, the speaker of it
nagnon 469. Jim Croak shot a 222 WASHINGTON (AP) 43 41 Mrs.Alice Moss who new home In one piece?), and she Issue and was the sur. styled "Irishman by osmosis," House, and the Senate Dem .
single Harry Clouser 202, Hut:battle over plans to 42 42 down from Buffalo N.Y. Mrs. found out the other night that prized recipient of a plaque him. President Johnson told a St. cratlc leader
Rans 209, Mike Davis 203. Jerl j jrettes with health 42 42 Moss will be spending a few she knows how fish when she self Tuesday. Patrick's Day dinner "I have *'I woke up this morning t 9
to The alumni of found our nation's said with a smile "and siAfl-
Jerabek reached a 169, Lucille Ings resumes' weeks with Hilda and Al. Florida's unl. greatest ,
Lord 168 Jean Hyder 166, Mary Among the parade 41 43 landed her first catch an unwary versltles sponsored the plaque strength lies In the dream of donly realized that the
Lanza 157, Wanda Rice 151 and es at the opening 40 44 snook. presented to Bryant by James America America the land have taken over the Irlf'
BACK
Wanda Clark a nice 130. Federal Trade 40 44 W.D,Collins's TO OHIO Wilson of Lake City, presidentof of boner America.-- ---, the m_ -land-.- elopportunity. -. mint And I like It."
SEASHELL MIXED. Little scheduled three day 39 45 vac.attoricame STILL BUSY the University of Florida Then, turning serious, the
+ -fpowerhouse- Melba Cornell Monday.Dr. 33 51 to an end, so he returned to The motels continue to have Alumni Association. "All the slings and arrows of President said St. Patrick'
fired her second 600 of the sea. Eva Salber of 31 53 Sandusky, Ohio, this week. His a busy season. Staying at the The governor honored those our opponents In the world have Day Is one In which Am....
She said mother, Mrs. Julia Collins. of never succeeded In destroying lea shares In a definite
University- very
son-right on the nose U.lnrnmes 31 53 Isles of Capri Marina and Motel who pushed the passage at the
of 178-201 and 221 for her 600 advertising has a Cleveland Heights, Ohio, drove for the weekend were Mr. polls In November an amend. that Image," he said Tuesday sense because the Irish wfo
set. Gene Tessler tallied a 567. on youngsters who BB back with him. Since there and Mrs. Ballentlne and Mr. merit to the state constitution night.With came here had a dream >
214, John Sull 558-207 Eloulae warned that smoking were no compelling reasons for jest and with serious freedom and dignity If
million bond
631/2 441/2 and Mrs.Cray of Orlando. They setting up a $125 talk Johnson
spoke to "Here could
Williams 548-192 Hazel Abraham,.an adventure but soon Mrs. Collins and son Chris to more a man hold
borrowing plan.
son COS.183 and Ann Davis 488. a dangerous habit. 61 47 return, they decided were out on the water most of than 2,500 members of the head as high as any other," le
Arvlll Holland recordedalone205 Dr. Michael 60 48 for to stayon the time In the Ballemlnes' One of those honored, Stanton Friendly Suns of St. Patrick In said, "and worship his God (ahe
Vera Lee 164 T. Sentovlch 197, time foe of smoking 59 45 awhile, possibly until 23-foot cruiser, fishing and Sanson of Miami, told the gath. a Waldorf.Astorla Hotel ball. chose, without ever account
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the end of the school term So ering that "without ef. room festooned with Ing to
Marge Thomas 150.153 Cert Dunn for the past 40 years 1/2 521/2 shelling. They spent most of Dryant's green a soldier with U
and L. Sentovlch 158. co Industry has shown 54 50 far the Collins family has not the time In the Gulllvan Bay, forts there would be no education streamers hanging from crystal bayonet." e-
als of a barracuda," 521/2 551/2 been able to spend much timeIn Cape Romano area. program such as this to. chandeletra. The headtable was To an audience that Inter
commission. 48 60 that nice new home, so Mr. and Mrs. A.W Moenk- day." scarcely visible behind green rupted frequently with ap.

TRAIL BOWLERS PINE LANES.. H. Thomas 421/2 65 1/2 we're glad to see at least part haus of St. Louis, who are Plaques went to Thomas carnations. plause, Johnson said nothing U
Talentedone Explaining why he Is Irish more Important to him
representative of the of the family here. Fleming Jr. of Doc Raton, by than
was O.B. Osceola he used 40 68 spending a month at the Mar
as Institute The FTC Mr and Mrs. Ben Platosh chairman of the drivel; Mrs. WIl. osmosis, the President spoke of making this a land whose com.
games of 213 and 222 for a 601.have the authority entertained Nlta's cousin and Ina, got some nice snapper 11am Kldd of Tallahassee worn the Irishmen In high govern. passion will be an example to
Jack Hatcher came up with a 583 binding rules that and redflsh last week. They'vehad i en's chairman; Raleigh W, ment places associates In the the world's other 119 nations.
her husband and
Mr. Mrs.
198, Chuck Martin 575194. Ed trout !
the BB weighing up to 3
cautionary Greene Jr., of St. Petersburg,
Belavek reached a 209 singleton, rette packages or 69 1/2 38 1/2 William Roberts from Hlaleah pounds, and several releasesof chairman of the Council of 100;
Tex Kaverman 206 and the 24. last weekend. They had a full snook. NAPLES .
ments, he declared. 59 49 Done Shoemaker, editor of the MOST MODERN
10, Vance Strickland 203, Jerry FTC Chairman 52 56 schedule of shelling, water- Felix Buckenroth. SrI of Miami herald; and Ronald Fine HAIR FASHION
Kelsy 200, Joe Haslup 195. Willie DIxon said the skiing, boating, and fishing. Jackson SALON
51 57 Wyoming fishing with I of Miami, chairman of the re.
loners Huber,and Mike Wes Pike Henson 192 listed and L.V 193: would not have made 48 60 Nlta caught what she describesas his brother.in-law, Mr Wayne tall Industry division of the ., This Week Special!

Shields 190.PItTMAN. 'posals unless It 441/2 671/2 "the biggest sheepsheadI Abbott of Tavares, Fla., have drive. Permanent
had the authority to ever saw." All witnesses been ''
CLASSIC. Tex Ka. getting some fine catches'of Wave $12e50
Outside rut$25.00
the hearing this once more Incomplete, but the
verman with a 622.246.210 was BB agree specimen was at snapper and redfish, with
the leader for which smoking was least 20 Inches the redfish Marco Pass Couples Team won
Kings as they won Dixon told newsmen 66 1/2 411/2 long. They weighing up to 6
all from Michigan Homes. Jones matter what the I 57 61 further agree that he tasted pounds They've had many releases 1 out of 4 on Sunday. Mr, Try Mr. Wills Newl) Dandy Cutor
Radio swept all from L.V, Shields realized that Its 56 52 very good. of snook, and they kept and Mrs. H.C. Kernaghanare Flower Pedal Cut
as Gene TIllman fired a 608.203. be subject to review 55 53 The Platoshes are still look- some of the bigger ones which replacing Dick and Kay
204.201. High for the Builderswas courts. 54 54 Ing for a home for that nice weighed about 4 pounds. The Larson on the Rookery Bay WILLS HAIR FASHIONS

*214205.Harry Bud Sauchelll Hogue with with a a 587.611. Dixon said neither 49 1/2 58 1/2 cat that moved in on them. You'd Buctcenroths and Abbotts are Couples Team. 417 M* A.*. W. ,.... JMI MIS
other three 48 60 never have to wonder what to staying at the Marina."Congratulations" .
214 led
lIngoes Fish Camp to their
smokes cigarettes. He do with fish If
win 46 62 your scraps to Craig
No.7. Don
over Elfle
re.
had once smoked, but had this fellow Jaworskl At
glstered a 573.209.215, D.J. Sal. you around. Judy Jurek, and R.E. ;
the
mon, Red Lord and Jack Hatcherall last January surgeon M1XED-BB I am assured this handsomecat Lucado, Jr.,who made the honor EVE NG Ut1kJOU2FbJlb" RAY DEATRICH ;
had 569 sets, Bill Jones 568. Ing. 641/2 43 1/2 would be a charming addition roll at the Naples Junior High iL FOR .
Bud Hall came up with I 211, 64 44 to any family circle for School this grade period HARDWARE ;
told of
Bob Tope 210, Gene Chamberlin! Dr. Salter 59 1/2 48 1/2 he has gracious manners and The bowling Information isffiii
200, Wes Henson 198, Gus Sea. Newton, Mass., school 59 49 .
berg 197 and Jim Croak 196. In which the average -- New
took their first 58 50 'f Shipment Now Here!

195.POWDER PUFF .. Verdas won 11.6 years. The 54 54 1

all from Vogue ledby Marie Erick. girls was 12.7 years.About 51 57 is **- ;' ALUMINUM 1
two years 1/2 51 1/2 \ ,,
son 463170. Lillys led by Bar. ,
bara Collins with a 452, won all average, boys and 45 63 : Lawn & Patio Furniture f
regular smokers, she 1/2 73 1/2 ,
from Fifth Ave. Beauty. Dorothy
Stonebumer was high for the league the yLdt4 FOLDING
Good selection of col- from $3.95 [
with a 493.188, TUlle Davis (
481, Frances Fltzek 472, Kather. NAPLESMIAMI (i ors and styles of bet CHAIRS
Ine Spotts 466, Bebe Moog 461 FLY T
and Judy Storter 451. Tiny M.... NE d ter indoor! or outdoor CHAISE from ::
$195
mer produced a lone 182 and the furniture. LOUNGES
3.10. Marc Mlltner 179, Betty J
Celts 177, Myrt Brack 174, Terry New Year Round Schedule *
Daily 'bstbuyifltheiOOOOislands I Redwood Lawn Furniture

LADIES FREE NapUi To Miami Quality California redwood

TONITE 745 A.M. I 11130 I A.M. 3.45 PM.: Here are 36 acres of high land on little Marco Island. pieces. Set of table and four

Poll Time Miami To Naples; This includes 900' of beautiful beach and extends 1400' benches $4995I

8:15 9.00; A.M. 2:15 P.M. 5:00: P.M. deep to the Inland Waterway. Hundreds of virginS I I. Beach and Patio Umbrella* I I

St B.nttc ', nsDOG \j CoimertioM sad RtMnatloftl to-117 point Ia..the world bal Palms make this ideal for sub-dividing. $72,000 IJamon1t.CarTebluandChairsJWE

NAPLES AIRLINES IE-WEB LAWN FURNITURE
(terms available). Phone MI 2.2452 nowl!
RACESu }Naplr Airport COKe.. I Miami Airport
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MI 2.454 NE 44I1I ( Ray
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t. 41 N.ft. .i / I City Ticket offkt ";'. NapUe_ Trattl Ag xy 4 Cereersk
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LAWSON'S LESSON in Diamonds ((3)) It suggests that

FRANK OTTE operative Imagination of the a long-experienced, and exceptional All vulnerable. South deals. No Trump might be the shorter -

Those of us who have beenin audience Is stimulated. ThereIs cast, of 35 local actors.It NORTH route to a game contract.
S 10 17(1 With this in mind Frank
theatrical productions, know a feeling that the illusion in is a perfect picture of life 10 I' goesto

the butterflies of a first night the play Is heightened when the In a small New England townat cJ I I 2-No Trump and Jesse car-
ries on to
There Is a back stage tense- audience can give free play to the turn of the century. EAST game.
K/r This is Lawson's
ness, that slight, musty smellof its imagination. You'll meet the town doctor and S $-JH bidding:
-K I 4 M-J 2 S dealer, W N
makeup; actors standing aside -Our Town",which is the Naples the editor, their wives who sing D-A J i t D K 10 t sea 4C IC Doub P... 20 E
muttering lines to remem- Players presentation on in theCongregational choir,and -Q I C-A 10 (P.All lt tNT P... 3NT

ber cues, the director In a dither Friday and Saturday of this the doctor's son and the edi- S-SOUTHIsS p.M)

of anxiety.. a peeping week, has frequently been Immortalized tor's daughter who fall In love D t South is now in a precar-

through the curtain slit to adJudge as one of the most and marry. And you'll meeta CK q 4 t ious leading situation; decides -

the audience. All this unusual and finest dramas of lot more of the folks In Gro- This Is Board 7 played at to try the fourth highest of

In the local presentation of"Ou the American theater. The per- versCorners who got along very the Naples Duplicate Bridge his strongest suit and conies

Town", except the curtain. formance Is under the direction nicely without automobiles or Club on January 24; an excel- up with the Spade 6. Frank

There is NO curtain! of that avocatlonal-pro, movies; who followed a simpleand 4 lent example that too much emphasis takes with Dummy's Jack.
Len Latham, who has trained of life which Next he breaks the Diamondsand
In Wilder's play the curtain charming way Is given to the Short
never goes down as has been seems to be lost in our pre Y Club and too little consideration now has seven of the required -
nine tricks. He knows
true for centuries In the Chin- sent turmoil. You'll laugh at for bidding a 4-card Major.
ese theater At the appointed WQXR To Accept the warm humor in "Our South is the dealer, and witha by following that his the rule of ele-
ven Spade-King is
'curtain time" (which hereIs Hard Liquor Ads Town" and Its tender and mov WINNERS In the Exchange Club's public Olson, third. Berson will IS-count in Spades chose to bably safe for the eighth trick pro-
8:15)) Jim Dun who plays ing scenes will put a lump In representthis open ONE CLUB Instead of
the narrator, billed as the Stage NEW YORK (AP) WQXR your throat. speaking contest held at the Naples area in a district speech contest ONE SPADE. The Club open- and the Club-Ace for the ninth.
There Is
the radio station of The New of course, the
pos-
Manager, wUl saunter out on the York Times, announced Tues. Since many of our senior Senior High School yesterday shown next month He also won $75 as first ing Gave Frank Lawson at West sibility of making his Heart-

Junior High School stage to arrange day It will accept commercials citizens were married some with their speech teacher, Mrs. J, D, prize offered by the Exchange Club. considerable bidding latitude, King for an extra trick. That's

a few props. and Without with for hard liquor, time within the "Our Town"era Roan (I) are: Buzz Berson, first; Miss Sums of $50 and $25 went to the elected anything to at make the a take-out one level dou-; he how the hand plays; 2 Spades,
benefit of a curtain, WQXR 1s not a subscriber to
I could not fairly con- Liz Van second and 1 Heart, 6 Diamonds and finallythe
Wyk Miss
practically no scenery, the co- the code of the National Assocl. ; Alexa other winners. (NEWS photo) ble which permitted Jesse at
clude my adulations about this Club-Ace for a final totalof
atlon of Broadcasters, which .. East to call a jump in her
play without a reference to the There is an unfortunate con game plus one extra trick;
holds that advertising of whiskyand long Diamond suit. Some
Familiar SoundTo other hatd liquor on the air marriage scene. "People are i ., fllct tonight between the two consider this TWO DIAMOND may a very big top in match points.
RADIO) most of the
live In : promising programs
meant to two-by-two '
is "not acceptable. _.: :_. ': response a bit daring. If you'regoing
Newspapers Of Elliot M. Sanger Sr., execu.tlve this world," says one of the week. They are NBC's "Little SUGGESTED' BIDDINGIn
to the
play strictly to
Moon of Alban, a dramatic
vice and characters In Wilder's comedy- this is a case
president general opinion
my
and "CBS Reports" live book, then it must be conceded -
January 18, 1904 manager of WQXR said the drama. The wedding scene in By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP of absconding with company special where South should have open-
that
debate between Democratic a jump after -
,
funds
that
NEW YORK (AP) They> station had not yet received any the play is considered to be Televlsion.Radio Writer : moderately success. response ed his 4-card Spade Major with
ful of
NEW YORK If young businessmen live In Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey a take-out double, requiresa
orders for CAP) a
opened the box which had been i I liquor advertising one of the most beautiful In the recommended bidding as
Minnesota and Strom Thurmondof
but some stranger from abroad suddenly the suburbs and are putty in the count of 11. However, the
advertising
agencies
sealed In the cornerstone of the I
and understanding -
had shown Interest in the new Its poignancy found himself In front of a tele. hands of antiseptic, Machiavellian South Carolina on the civil gambling response paid out BIG I follows:
old Times Tower In Times i I
simplicity. In fact, the noble blonde wives. rights bill. Both programs will Sd.tl.r W N E
policy. vision set in the United States, ((1)) It shuts out vulnerable South
all
and read 1 Daub 2S PasAIL
Square Tuesday, IS
institution of marriage Is he could His impression of our I be broadcast at 7:30 p.m., EST
12 New York dated I WQXR already Is carrying get a weird Impressioi n average.citizens from casting around foranother ( P"")
newspapers
dealt with in such a sympathetic of this country and Its Inhabl 1. if he studied television and both are recommended.
commercials for bid.
Jan. 18, 1904. a soft drink ((2)) It permits Westto With this bidding, East is
,. with suggestions of how it way throughout this act that tents commercials, might send him avoid
The papers reported trouble in can BE A 'FRIEND'TO continuing in a Minor not required to answer the
the Far East and Panama.,, be used In gin drinks and has the most confirmed skeptic He could be forgiven if he de, scurrying home In despair. suit; takes five to make a take-out double expeclally since
Commuter on the Erie Railroad ,, broadcast ads for cocktail mixes might be expected to weaken cided the only really fine meno Our men are usually depicted YOUR LIBRARY game
complained of Congestion,,, containing hard liquor after seeing the play. f the nation were lawyers, doctors .. having ecstatic moments shaving East would have to go up witha

Broadway box-office practiceswere i I Sanger said the station's ac. Tickets are obtainable at the school teachers, social applying hair oil or lighting three response in Diamonds.
tion had aroused the opposition workers, public and private i a cigarette upon completion of North Consequently, West is shut
under fire. Brooklyn po. Book Nook Camera Shop, Dun- Naples
Group
lice were chasing the Mafia. not only of the Broadcasters' bar's Office Supplies, Houseof eyes and peripatetic ranchers. a parachute Jump or a deep.sea out and N-S have an easy par-
There were bloody uprisings i Association but also of the Dls.I He might deduce that crime dive. tial which with luck will not
in Africa and editorials told ol f I tilled Spirits Institute. High Fidelity, Gift and Yarn lords operate everywhere, Our women are shown spend. only make the 2-Spade contractbut
Bazaar, the Beach Store, The ., log most of their time
fretting
connivance with
through corrupt Backs
the danger of cigarettes. The distillers, he said, frown Beach Park also an extra trick.
and DeColl Tile. Admission cleanliness laun.
over their
Gallery,
that rich old I
on radio of politicians;
The box was opened because i advertising hard llq. You will probably now say,
the Times Tower Is being reconstructed ., uor because they fear it might is $1.75 for adults and men always live In enormou,dry, their dishes, their floors,
If
"But
South does
., arouse $1.00 for children. Tickets houses of Spanish mission.Eng., their plumbing and their faces- open the 4-
as the Allied Chemical dry groups across the
Corp. Tower. country, at the above listing, will be a- llsh Tudor architecture have, if they aren't in anguish from Rd. card Spade Major, then South
unfaithful, nagging headaches or in tears Opposes Rookery has no convenient rebld."
Of the 12 newspapers only tare w0 ll' vallable until 5 p.m. on Friday. bars in every room, ,
still published under the After that, those required, for young wives and are deeply Involved .. because their gray hairs keeps Truel! However, if North
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S in shady deals. husbands from taking them I can into the act with a res-
same names the Times ancthe either Friday or for Saturday At the regular monthly Geisler then the get
Morning Telegraph. LICENSE L evening be obtained at the He could conclude logical!;y dancing of the North brought up ponse in either of the Minors,
may meeting Naples matter of the
'i'- that corporation has a It isn't really that way, proposed secon-
Telegraph U DURING YOUR every North's two bid would then indi-
The Morning
door Junior School ... Civic
; High Association at the North road
the
dary to
mousy accountant on the verge i friends, Just In television land. Rookery Bay
now a racing paper. BIRTH MONTH cate at least a ten count, South
performance time is 8:15.: Naples Fire House last night, area, and called upon George
could with 2-No
escape Trump
the assembly unanimously endorsed Vega, Naples attorney, to pre-
the Diamonds
(provided were
and confirmed by letter sent the proposal in further
bid by North) or could raise
its commendation
to the Boardof detail. After discussion It was
Clubs once(provided theClubswere
County Commissioners for unanimously voted that the
bid North ... even escape -
by )
their efforts
toward the
pur- North Naples Civic Associationgo
chase of a beach site in the North on record as opposed to such with a 2-Heart rebld. At
eOHjJra ulc t rate, In this situation, the
t ono for any
Naples and area a public beach, road construction, feeling that Spade opening helps to shut off
k park recreational facility the money could betterbe spenton
z -ommunicatlons between the
The association, long Interested roads that would se rve greater -
in this project. pledged its need and use, such as an opponents. A Short Club sel-
dom will do that
full support additional road to the beach bet- ; opponentscan
President George Geisler announced ween the proposed new public overcall with a cheap one

CYPRESS CHAPTERof that the sale of the beach site and the city limits. bid at any level. In my opInion
the Short Club is much
Fire House from the North Naples Vega, speaker for the even-
abused
-1 Naples play-
Civic Association to the Ing, Invited questions concern- among
and the 4 North Naples Fire Control District ing the Cuban situation as It ers open-
had been completed, and stands ing rejection too frequently
today. Vega pointed out
Naples and Bonita Springs ; y presented a check for this pur- that the deep roots of backfires.

chase to the association. Communism that are now chok
Writers' Forum
ing Cuba began with just a

Welfare Board dozen Communists who swam Will Interview
ashore when their boat cap-

ORDER OFDeMOLAY Studies ProgramTo sized just off the Cuban shores. Marge ChickeringMarge

Better Service Complacency and indifference Chickening, author of
roupled with the unrest of the "Hayseed Summer" will be In.

+ JACKSONVILLE (AP) The people under the Bastlsta inJus- tervlewed by members of the
FV State Welfare Board will go to tices, made fertile ground for panel on the Naples Writers'

work on a legislative program these roots to take hold and Forum of the Air at 6:35 o'.
Intended to give the poor chll. grow, he said. clock tomorrow night on the
dren of Florida better chance.
a local
radio station.
He went on to point out that
Child welfare services are lag.
ging behind the adult programs "Our American leaders are Ill- Members of the panel will'

when It comes to meeting the equipped to cope with such pro- Include Ed Fohl, Terry Weed

need, said Frank M. Craft, state blems because we are hinderedby and Sue Glover Jackie Hearth
on the welfare director. our own principles of non- will act as moderator.

He estimated that the amount intervention, concern over the

of money going to aid about possibility of drawing the entire NOW A ':
80,000 Florida children meets world Into nuclear conflict

I only 57 per cent of their basic ( if we take a firm stand,
45th of needs. The adult \Sta-Flo
Anniversary DeMolay program sup. and the feeling that we can not

plies recipient's about need 90 ,per he cent said.of the risk anything that could pos-

us in disfavor
Welfare is running about $100 sibly put FOR EVERY STARCHINONEEW
million a year In Florida, with with other members of the *
NAPLES AND BONITA SPRINGS CHAPTERS INSTITUTED 1956 75 per cent of the money coming OAS. The U.S. has not been ,

from the federal government. able to get the OAS to come

Craft outlined four possible out and support any action we
A DE MOlA V'S ETHICSA ways In which the welfare board might feel)should be taken.Some Sta-Flo

may seek to Improve aid to of these small countries,

DeMOLAY SERVES GOD A DeMOLAY IS A PATRIOT IN PEACE AS WELL AS WARA children. and some pans of our own coun- LIQUID STARCH
1. Add a provision for aiding do not realize the
A DeMOLAY HONORS ALL WOMANHOOD DeMOLAY IS CLEAN IN MIND AND BODYA children whose parents are un. try, men- 'for
ace of allowing Communismto regular starchingPour
A DeMOLAY LOVES AND HONORS HIS PARENTS DeMOLAY STANDS UNSWERVINGLY FOR THE employed; have a stronghold In Cuba.
it Into hot cold
2. Extend the prescribed med. or water.
A D.MOLAY IS HONEST PUBLIC SCHOOLSA Iclne program to Include child It is quite true that Cuba does Sta.Flo it super.smooth, deep

A D.MOLAY IS LOYAL TO IDEALS AND FRIENDS DeMOLAY ALWAYS BEARS THE REPUTATION OF A as well as adult categories; have a strong arstnal! and Its penetrating Never Streaks your

A D.MOLAY PRACTICES HONEST TOIL GOOD AND LAW-ABIDING CITIZENA 3. Allow the department to economy is being propped up darkest fabric. Try it.
use federal-state matching funds by Russian and Red Chinese
A DeMOLAY'S WORD IS AS GOOD AS HIS BOND DeMOLAY BY PRECEPT AND EXAMPLE MUST PRESERVE for foster home care; aid"

A DeMOLAY IS COURTEOUS THE HIGH STANDARD TO WHICH 4. Raise the amount of money In closing Vega strongly urg-

A DeMOLAY IS AT ALL TIMES A GENTLEMAN HE HAS PLEDGED HIMSELF. for families with dependent chll. ed that the United States "keep .r
dren above current maximums tightening the screws Castro
of $32 a month for one child and
advantage
and be on the alert to take -
$81 for four or more.
of any Incident; wait r
for the situation to be Justifiably Iwo
Declines i
This message sponsored by the following business firms: Army Indlgant, then act. but 0. .u,
Comment On Clay'sNew not act while the UN is In ses-

sion. "We all want to be alike,
Mental Test be liked -. we are easy-going, )

WASHINGTON (AP) The and afraid to get up and rock

Bank of Naples Naples Furniture Co. Imperial PropertiesVan firm Army or declined deny today a report to con thathuvyw.lcht the too prone boat by to being take the positive easy road.-- i

Cassius
der Veer Music Center G. H. Luff, Real Estate Hartley's Variety Store Clay has failed champion a second men. Communism Such complacency take has allowed* In LIQUIDSTARCH
tal test for Army Induction.The to .over
Washington Post said it other countries. We cannot allow -
Faber Hair, Realtor Caribbean Realty Paul's Texaco Service had learned Clay got a low it here and their stronghold -

score on the aptitude test he In Cuba must be stampedout.

Ad Miller Associates Ingram's Hardware Sunshine Hardware Inc. took Louisville in the second on March examinationIn 13. ." the speaker said. .


John Wood Realtor Watkins & Barkau .
R. TO 0R1VE THflr 7ltl1ll-, \'

GIVES ME f1 PI/IN; 4yr :!

Wood Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel Sta.FloSPRAY *

.1, BUT THfiT's flU R/G/yl Its Try

Federal & Loan Assoc. .. INSANE.I{ :
Savings 'C ft USE I iN STARCHfor

Collier Motors Inc. J light, touch-up or

County :r. FLY AIlPiEsf.INES\\ in between starching.

.. A.'. ITAUfMW. CO..KATUtlUINe, .


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26-Personal 49-Houset For Rent 59-Acreage ) e4.

I .
RUBBER STAMPS BEAUTIFUL HOMt" ON THE
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON that GULF To rent for winter. Flv. ecre tract I mile from
make food City llm'it. High and ,land
1121 E. Tamfmi Trail. impression.A eton 1964 65 1 bedroom. 3 dry .
lzg. bath. Central Heat 4 air cond road to such tract IS50 per
Midway 2 6672 7 Quick semei. .
South end s a I tcreenedpore Icr.. Marlowe and Bscb. Itsal.5th .I.to" __ _
WILLS HAIR--FASHIONS Collier County NEWS. he.. Open terrace facing UJ A"., SO. MI 2 SUI.2111.1ft. .

All branche. beauty .ervice beach. Separate tervantt houte .
417 9th Av*. So. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS with. 2 room. Beautifully. lend .0 scres clo. ,no AdJ.c.n'to
MI 27431 Men Women with drinklna tcpd end unobstructed view .cc... read and powerII .
IIlt380atsMotors ro lem*. Oil Ml I Ilia Moot to like on beck of property .100 Coll er County Reel E*.
irt Tuo.4yt end Pride S 39p.o. Returning North would I I..k* t.t.. Ml 2-399 Op.n Sundey
C* First taptiat to show housa b.lor. '.vl"l. 3/lwttf

Acces. Curc_ Sac your ...nt. .

Mountain cabin Maw Local ad 3/35.11 _ _ 11
-- -- In city limit. of Qatlmbure. Hou.e and c for rent 61' Income Property 'm. m *varcaipri; iiss 'r'
YACHT Tnn*...o on the Smoky Moun. Month. year : l'fth Av*. SoTH :
BROKERAGE toil Nat'onal Park border City -bath three bedroom hout*. 'uln... compel nsa to tell my "RETTY YUCATAN girls wear their embroidered hutp .
CompUt Neple. Listing water' aewer. ga*. Sacrifice u"'urnl.hed with the .c.pton f *pt. building with furnithma.
,.Fin Inboard Boot From 20 furnihed 11.000. Alto Is,.. lot of cerpet. curtain ttov and tee any day et 312 7th Av*. So 1 I: (tunics) with gold chains and rebozos (shawls)
Bob Merlin M1237'1r.unk.r sums location with small bunk r.fro..rllor. Annual I..... 3/3tf
> fcrlCraft Sale hoi. ta for only 1500. Phone WATKINS 4 HARKAU Some young people prefer Western styles as seen
"'iORT FISHER'M'AN '' 2 2851 for more Information end 615th .
I Av* So Til
Ml 1141
21 Ft. Ulrlckton. flying bridge. Picture J/3tf 3flJtlt'T'oom"WTh6. 64-Waterfront Property bEhind. For the shopper huipils serve as splendid

225 Gray Marine tleep. three 2 bltneiA .
complete with tithing chain. 'Profe.tional Service yard you can teie .pride In. An YANKEES LANDING night-gowns rebozos as evening stoles. U
and many oth.r .atnas Top wrm In winter iclting new waterfront
Cool ummr
"
condition. 14t 0.00. Call Burton month yeerly C..." on Chepek A"...
a
Bro. 22121T5T .Inctm Tai Return, preparec bent ::5cO:" b* optioned Buy Oyster Bay From 17500 to

hr-....: .n ft_ Danisla iuiit by M.. wetton. former t*. lik. rent We.ley Downing III.000. Bro See. It today or call .4
eJurton 5.7122. After hour
h.t. a.1 H P. straight I conkultanl for tittle River Tao Reellor, MI 2 2179. 3/511* _- --- --
fr.&i Kf.vf.>' M,."" Cull MIdway| 2li23wo2Thsdreorn I ','
f: rl d.ck.. o..r with cooled so.trio. : I t270 for appointment Slew turn thed home on .<11'; TWO FACES of the powerful Water God "Yum C. Turn., Ion. Inc.. art Real Ettate Oil,ce. dPI lot Davis Blvd Cell Ml 22369 65-Gen. Real Estate .'11\\
MIdw. 22255. I Hg uftarnoons or .nningo 3/11.1 9.20.22 Big, curling noses indicate rain, square eyes flash

,.hing_ boat .ndlI rip-Ev'inrud TRANSFERRED I
OWNER with lightning tooth-filled mouths roar the
*.o".bl. WYman 38-Autos For Sale bedroom. 2.balhs. Corner lot open
.
2 3255 Bonlt Sprlngt3ITJt 51-Wanted To Rent _
hem Near. .chool. Fin lamily thunder and wooden pegs stop up square ears so

i i'hj- pontoon. each I feet OWNER WANTS TO SELL thi.* god would not be deafened with his own sounds.
long. 36 Inch. wide. 30 Inchet O W. Uted c.,. Wanted Clotod' garage to CUSTOM BUILT 2 bedroom
h.h., Marine Plywood Fiber 12 Mo. Warranty on thais cart tier ear for 6 month May I"' .b.th horn on 30$' 135 ,
glassed. Sturdy conetruction. 15 thru Nov. II MI 2.512. lot North Neples location. tuic huts standing among the work, while eastwards, 73 mile -
never u.ed OX 4 2851. Ever I9C2 Chevy 2 Nova 2 0,. 311.5154Trade
EXTRA INCOME b
Iltdt A.k lor Jimmy. Rob. Sedan, Powrlid t cyl UtS 00 from this. bedroom may *I your bath. plants. They are too small *-, Is Chlchen !Itza. The last

,inton .1/17 M 3951 Cont St: .Wagon or SellSlapbos horn plus GUEST COTTAGE .In for man or donkey but Just li the glory of reconstructed
Automata Trent 1199 00
excellent location Both
com
19(1 Chevrolet Biteayn. pletoly furni.hed-THE PRICE ; the right size for a pixie. archeological sites. The Chi-
7-Dogs Cats Pets $1. Wa.. Low Miles' Bowling Block for' ocrog k
IS RIGHT! clicn
tndrd 1395.00 *. Lot* Mortgage etc GH Every Intelligent fa rioter In Yu- literally stops you In your

Reflttered Mlnleture Schnauzer 1960 Falcon Sedan. LUFF: R. E: Broker' : 421 Contact: catan knows that alushas are tracks. First the Temple of
pupplo' *. Cell Ml 24543 or MI Real Clean 195 00 tilt .... No MIdway 2227. LuclM Ottt Leah Brown ,
of l Kukulcan
four
24303. 3/15.17.11.19 Hit Buick. Sedan Lovely Fins Ridge, ] .b.dn om Virgil Marcum. Bob Jaeger oac -' ': responsible for the success sided and

New Tire.. Run Good 495.00 Home will excheng for downtown _, their crops, so they build lit- S4ua rc-toppt'd. hits you In the
1957 Old. Sedan
Mom U(00 Contact G. DEWEY POLLY 6
9FlowersPtantsSeedsCbconut Autometic. Good trans 495.00 H. LUFF, R. E. Broker. 421 tle rest: houses and set out eye. A secret, Inner stair-
1960 Ford St Wagon SIlo >l.. No. Mldw y. 2217 leads
Low Mil*.. Clean IOW.00 REALTY i- small dishes of corn a sip case to Its top wherea

tr... t* 12 ft. --T5e 195* Chevrolet SedanS OthBt.N. of rum a couple of cigarettesto red jaguar with Ivory teeth
99
per ft. 4 to I ft. of wood S22 50ftvee Cyl Real Buy 595.0019S9 55-Stores Office
I ft. of wOOd. $27.50. See Pontiac. St W*|. Ml ? .'uBEACHF"'ONT refresh the fairies. The and jade eyes glares at intruders -

John Pulling Neple Pod E*. All Power a 119500 LOT Alushas come out at night and It was one of the ancient -
t.t. Exch. .Inc 164 MIl Av*. 1951 Ford Convertible Office Space 12 5 19 ft. ForRant Studded with tropical tree. *
So. Ml I 21133 Automatic. VS 495.00 at |4S par mo, Coast butiful. building silo. 200' J'U'i- push up the young plant. If gods Then, there's the

3/Htth. 1957 Floor, Ford Conv VI 395.00 If Colony I BWg' 365 Slit Av*. SoTiniiaml deep Term Full price: |l.200. Good lf 1ii well-nourished they may) push Temple of a Thousand Warriors -

Wanted StUEhlt'RUCI
12-Help 1961 Fleettid Chevrolet A.I Cond U T 1195.00loll Commercial, or Prefottional' Between Tmiml Trail 4 Gulf To apprecule' the magnificent of a modern football field), the
WIth creek
for |l5 per "'0. See G H. running through the
Need qualified tale help t* ChevroJet MTFleet.id Lull R. E. Broker 421 OtIs property. Will divide In 10 *cr* past of these gentle people, the Observatory and the Sacred
...ltIt In keeping abreast .. the *. Comlet St. No. MIdway 2-2270. tracli. 1600 per *cr.. Good ,' ,
meny Opportunities pre.enting Reconditioned. 195.00 T.rm*. M "; traveler should avoid Merlda Well where virgins were thrownto

themlvt Mutt b* creetive. 1959 Chevrolet MT Pickup FOR RENT COMMERCIAL LEE LEDFORD REALTY : ,,, : : ., and spend all his time out at the Water god, "YumChac. -
LWB ComplalalyR.conditionad
Long hour, Boosts Spring, Fl*.
MfBrld ..lr.l3iorkT StSo 195.00 BLDQ With. or without. .apt In *' 2.223 'K g' the ruins. Cars can be rented ."
rear Rea.onabla 22151 I/I. I. .......--
3/ltf the or a with At least two days are need-
INGRAM CHEVROLET. ,Inc 3/11 if37Houses ." : at airport guide
Vn or woman wanted to do 130 Ninth St _. Ml JS10SNaplet .H' :, __ car hi red through rbachano's ed for a careful tour of these
nlteratlont on Men'* clothing Fl*. 67-Apts. For Sate.
H day only work on ourpremlte 311UU7 For Sale I THE TEMPLE of Kukuc'; ; over 150 feet high : seen Travel Service. The latter Is ruins. He sure you stay at
I Man'sShop ,
Aply Kepp .
Want to trade for cheaper car New 2 bedroom *pt on Gulf better unless consider the Hotel! Mavaland where water -
752 SIlo Av. So. MOORINGS DELIGHT near Beach Club Hotel, New 'from the of of Thousand you
3/15tf -1963 Gal XL 500 sports H T. top Temple a Warriors (Gen and food
A nice J bedroom t till bath are
Automat. bucket teat. fastback retrlgeretor Drepet included yourself an expert on Mayan pureC'tourista'
styling. Tube ovar pay horn. Carpeting ere throughout. rtertt For *ppt. Call Ml 2-7U3 tleman is Major Bowes, brother of Norman Bowes archeology ( can be nasty In
living room. dining 3/l2.1L51
Want. Female malts or what hats to of.
13-Hetp tar. MI 249,.. you 3/17 and on* badroom. Completely .of Naples). Three roads lead out of Mer- Mexico). This lovely Inn serves .
air conditioned end) healod pl is. iILL1llItY
,........ ittMctlv efficient .*J< poliO'. and di.hwe.her Paved ,1 ... '" .....- ida, offering a choice of three excellent meals, Including (

r.tary for small offc.. Mu.t 41-Trucks' 'Tractors driveway to carport and Ito,. KNEW TOUR7' 'Fist Jets'link Miami Mer- ans fire quiet reserved.. polite ruins To the l'I'Mh.' 12 miles wild game. while a (rlo as good
Show shorthand and operate .g* room. Hid *cre.ned InKrch
electric typewriter Send ret Do you know you can sat a and odd4 Iwn. Pr DRIVER LICENSE L Ida, Mexico these days. It and very clean. They away, lies Dzlbelchaltung. as Los panchos plays Mexican
I f
ume t* ton 1737 YY Collier GMC 1964 H ton lendtaaped.. PH Ml 2.4504sloan take three or four baths '
pickup truck may the staff'
DURING YOUR takes hours and folk At
County Newt .jLtt for only U799 See G. H. LUFF, I p m No brokr pl..... only two to go newest least restored. songs. night. ...

Women to do light houtework n LUFF GMC. INC. 421 9th St.rstU DISTRESS SALEI BIRTH MONTH back 1000 years. Immedla- every day. The average May- South about 45 miles stardsUx- puts on native dances and short **\...

and cook I meal 3 hour dally ;; temporary location 2 bedroom- Lk Park CBShousu tely after landing, you can see an man Is a tiny fellow standing mal with Its exquisite stone- pageants of old Mayan life.
or I hour 3 day a week Ph / |10,000. Only (350 down, PUBLIC NOTICE about 5-feet two Inches! ",
Ml 24104 5nJLinl 01 balance |60 month Mayan women padding barefoot -

Counter 4 kitchen help Over- TRUCKS Of RANDOLPH fie* Ml 2.2949 FULLER Homo Ml Realtor 2.t65J"i NOTICE OF MEETING FOR ELEC. In their snowy-white huipils Males dress in white Guaya-

11. wented for day.. Mutt b* '(17 TION OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS as they have for centuries. bera shirts white pants, Gemini Space Flight Will
.,..dy and reliable Apply In Your Choice S295.00 OF BLACKWATER RIVER squeaky sandals and small
person Carou.el Drive In. North BtdnJCm.' i bathe' 1H block I DRAINAGE DISTRICT They carry hand-made water

Trail. ___ 3/l*.tf. 3/4 T. Chev. Ponol Truck 4. beach On Centre Ay*. 131,. Notice It hereby given to all: per Jugs and sling a baby In straw sombreros. They per- I
500 :
Has delui
Experienced wKr.t w.iitad"itBaronl 1 T. Ford Postal Truck Florid room combination living room with ton Collier Interested County In the Florid lend, and lltueteIn d*. their gay rebozos. Their glistening form even heavy work In white

person:* Rtttirnt_ _Apply Vltf In CONDITION ALL IN RUNNING WITH ncloted fireplac' garage tcreened Alto porch Included and .cribed hereto that In Exhibit a mooting"A"of the ttchd own long black hair soft because of the heat which is Be Practice For Moon Shot

Girt perform counter and 1964 LICENSE PLATES draped and carpeting' Tom er. of the above deecribed. lend will slanted eyes, high cheek-bones Intense In summer.
d> I.o"I *. dutle Apply; In McBrd. Reeltor. 132 Park St b* h.ld In the offieo. of the Clerk and Yucatan has a landscape and The first lull oIIule Oemlnlspace..raft
So. Ml 2644 2/lttf Circuit Court loceted ,In the honey-brown skin remind By HOWARD) BENEDICT
t Prthrl Laundry $295.00 of the
parson Your Choice
Vltf YANKEE's TANDING'- Collar County Courthoute East N*. you of Orientals which Indeed climate similar to South Florida AP AoroHpar Writer will be flown on the

FURNITURE FAIR An ciling new wit.rfrontCoop plat Collier County, Florida, el second unmanned test flight,
Attractive young woman 25.40 on Chtpk Ave.. 10 clock: A M. on March 31, 1964 they are basically flat limestone country CAPE KENNEDY!: FU. CAr)

with pla.ant per.onahty and NO. TRAIL Oytler Cay From I7MO to for the purpot of electing a Board Lack of body hair facial features just a few feet above sea level -Project Gemini the VnltodStates' scheduled for midsummer. The
tecretarlel eipenence thort Hi.000. S.. It today or fell of three ((3) uprvior for the next vehicle Is to be fired on a briefupandrflown
hand and filing needed for r.. Burton Brot 2.2121. After hour Blackwater River Drainage. District and anepicantrlc fold at Is covered with scrub jungle. man-ln-spare pro
tpon.ibl position. Pert time I 334 __ -Uht In ccordanc with' th* provisions of the It stretches for miles withouta cram, Is named for a ronstel. : course, parachut.
For Rent of the
: 48-Apts. corner link themto
trial period with xpcttion of OPEN 1'0R- INSPECTION -2 Section 29111. Florid Statute.: eyes latlon with twin bright Man ing Into the Atlantic Ocean sev.
full tim In 60 dey. I or 1V" 4 S BR home on Ills Av*. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS IN THE the Asiatic people. An ancient single rumple. Like Florida eral hundred miles southeast of
day week Send return to Box FOR SEASONAL RENTALS So. between lth 4. OtIs St.. PROPOSED BLACI 1737CC Collier County New Call I Annette C' Wins Realty priced from |I4 500 to SI'.MO. DRAINAGE DISTRICT UNDER migration across the BerIng Dy year's end, twli.. \merlraii Cape Kennedy, A "mechanical

3L2022. 521 lth St. So Ml 2.1571 1 WILLIAM B. STONE INC. CONTROL OF GULF AMERICAN Straights to North America Is saturated with fresh water astronauts may ride into spare man" will be aboard to slmu.

315"B_ _ _ Builder LAND CORPORATION probably accounts for their which underlies the entire pen- In the Gemini late oxygen consumption and
Hou.ekeeper live In. Plee.ant APIS 60 Tenth St No. Ml 2-1731 Sections 21 South and We.t of Stele together spare
surrounding*. permenent Ml TIDE Moutt Consists of two bedroomlIVt Rood 141 end Oil Well Road; 29 presence here and throughout nlnsula. Yet, nowhere In 40, craft. output of carbon dioxide.

23734 3/1119 Modern furni.hed ffcincit., ".t"'. Living room Dining South .f Itete Road 141; 32 and the American 000 sq. mi. of Yucatan can you Eventually Gemini astro, Success of this mission would
and bedroom apt ISO 5 room. kitchen plenty of Cabs 33. Township 47 South Range 21 ,
Wanted Male ntha. Klly Rd 3/17.tfFOR net) Family room (air cond f..I. Coll.*r County Florid.. Like the Orientals the May- find a surface lake, river, nauts will stay In orbit up to open the way for a launching In
14-ffelp : U'NT Florid room *trg* clDl.twtlt Sect.on. 4. I. I. I. 17 20. 21. 21. November or December of the
: BY WEEK OR masks. S .I.c w..r hoot.I 29 12 end 33 Township, 41 South stream or pond! All these two weeks, join their croft with

Voun.,. man wanted for LifeGuard &ENT MONTH IN 2 BEDROOM LOVELY SECTIONOF APART. ,. carport with storage clo.et Range 21 East. Collier County. FlorIda PUBLIC NOTICE features are underground, so other orbiting satellite jud tep first manned Gemini.
position end overtime. end Terrace Houte I I. of Charles Matthews, project
NAPLES JUST OFF THE outside to see what It'. like
find the natives
12 49 to water must
II and Township ,
Apply In between 1.10 CBS con.truct Terranofloor Sactons
first
person the as.
EACH CALL Ml 2 692. South, 27 Eatt Collier Coun'ty NOTICE TO BIDDERS more than 100 mIles above the manager, reported
5 m t Port Royal Beech Club. *. electric well nettartEleclrc Ring dig find a cenote and use wind
3/I Ott /I0I! .- range and refrm ,n. 'Iorod. Staled bids. will be received in the earth. The flights will practice tronaut flight will be relatively
'shoyi Aptt now available eluded The Lot i. 7* X 150 actions, 4. I. 6. 7. I. I. II a7. II. silica. of the County Ranger. Florid mills. Merlda, the capital, short probably only three or.
ASST SALES MANAGER t 31. 32 end 33 Fore.t Service. P. O. Bon US N. techniques fur rocket
by month or year yearly compista with spninhiar sys .19 20. 21. 21 29 30. necessary
Above. .verg. larnlngt. await with rat.t. MM"I. 3Otti'iuy t.", .. tree end shrubs Mu.l Township. 49 South Renge 21 East. .' Pta ..lfon'rn: ::' P M (EST) is often called, "The City of i inK men to the moon and bits lasting about five hours.
Ideal working condition Florida March" It: 1914 h build I "
'" b* *en t* b* eorecieted Collar County n. Windmills. "If all works well, we will
a good administrator Mutt b. "DON OR RENT Location few blocks' from S.ctions. I I. 12. 13 14 24 21 and 3$. log materiel. .upp...... and con planets
able I. clot and work eflec UNTIL YOU SEE beech et 4M 3rd Av. Ne Township 10 South, Range 27 Eltt factual lervice. required for the Whether the Gemini apace. build up the program rapidly
lively with salesmen in growingltepI.s YANKEE LANDING Collar;;, County, Florid' Construction 0' lavIna I housas end after that he said.
under SI It 000 Phone Mf 74114 ,
Reel Ettata Company EMCltmg. unveual, drrfrntl A ,., SIMPLE AND CHARMING men will meet a first flight
lectont. I. 4. I. I. 7, I. 10 II otha slructaras I" Colt County.
tpoclallilng Submit return* to box 1717 AA Ave In OysIsr Bay See It NFR LOT A HOME" 4BDRMS. 29 30. II. 32. 31 and 31 Township. 'I-PI..mb.n.. Including. rn.t.rials and the flights will be Increased toa
Collier County New "H.tf today or ca41 Burton Bros. 2 BATHS: I BL FROM BEACH 50 South Range 21 East Collier ,.turei mixed with Spanish or Negro; suits of two unmanned launch.

NEED PART TIME MEN WHOCOULD 22I2I_ After hour 23937 3/itf Cell Ml 25943. County Florid 2-Elactrull"cludna! metenel. ndI people are delightfully simple Ings. The first Is scheduled late week and then two weeks to

USE AN EXTRA $45. Owner studio. efficiency AIT 3113.1Ul58loti Sectont a. 12 13 24. 25 31 'lying nture*. this month or early April from gather data on the pilots' reac.
70 A WEEK PHONE Ml fond heat Compl. tunnishadDays. North of Itete Road 90 (U S 41)Townthip ). -Septic lyslews.ODro.wai and have many charming folk tlon to extended weight
space
2311 S/ltj Stonacraft Apt. 3950 14th For Sale II South, Rang 27 Ettt construction. including. tales and superstitions. Mayan Cape Kennedy.The .
-. St No. Ml I 22792 or Ml I '.4155. Collar;;. County FloridaSectont materiel* Initial flight will attemptto lessness.
HELP WANTED S I. 7 I Tile: Installation including meter for believe
Leading quality and expanding 3Htftfcienc.e _ _ "Butineet lot.n'r, Ave No the East I. 2.H 3'Of4'h' *' Southwett exctpting U: elt men, example, hurl a dummy model of the

hem builder* organization Oey WIi. *V ... Just off Trail at 1150 fr. ft. I 1C II. 12, 14 15, 17 II 19 Bid. eond tiont. meter' .el lit. andsp.cifcalions that the big celba or kapok, Gemini capsule Into orbit. It
need S mature. productivesalesmtn Month (IRIS MOTEL), Mr 20 22 23 27. II.. 29 30. 31 end 32Town.hip : may be obtained. fromthe trees harbor a beautiful blond
with I view towirdtti 2302 or Ml I 21155Furnished TRAIL FRONTAGE near 4th II Rtnge 21 EtttCollur office. of the County RangerFlorida will tell engineers many things
future Excellent working Ave No. at $300 fr. ft ;;. tl.ouJ'cr._ :; *. Fore.t I.r..c.. P. 0. Boo goddess who tries to lure men the structural compatibility ,.,OAr THAN\ HAL* OP

condition. Contact Fred Peuly ....nt. huge living I b.droom room. kitchen pert COLEMAN Tenth St. No.BOYD BrOloanSO Ml I 2.51513l5thttf S.clioftT'Il' NorTfi'of -Ital.-Road 321, Naples. .Florida I to her. If a man should go of the spacecraft and booster LORiOftS TOIRISTS WILt.
Lin The off the south ,
Mooring ce It loceted at FOR
South
). 62 rUTTJRN fVJOTWER VISIT I IQasei
Onus, Th.HM'j: ,, of Naples.3iII.tt 4 bath Ml 2-391 2/25tf Rang 27 Eatt t .'rlttou Flor: and of lb Naples Airport phoneMI too near a celba at night the temperatures and pressures

;;ist.tts Apt. Cull MI .4112.. 'ft5'RT! ROYAL Lt=l??. Gal ide 22000Thu will to lie which will affect the comblna.
start sing.
Wont mn to class golf club, 3/' loon Drive For Sal or TradeWrite All 0' I.cton. .. I and S lyIng' Florida I'or..t 5eviC r.."",. goddess
for two month penor MI Modern I Oearoom unlurnl.n O J. Herbert 2621 Post North 0' Stats Road $0 (U' U.. the. right to rel.cl .n1 .nd/or alt will be unable to resist and tlon, performance of the guidance .
.4747 ed APARTMENT with compl.IVkItchen fioad Darig1. CooL township. $2 South R.n. 21 Ellt. bids system, and Titan 2's abll.
Near beach and thopping Lot,n- Naples Pak."tsvms' Collier County Florid Flo'de Forest Sarvica will approach, only to be kill
Q.. all A of land 150 feet In width lam Petterion. tty to place a payload In a pre 4'RE
Station attendant BY SEASON OR YEAR low a. Ill down Ill per month ln.r ed the bloodthirsty spirit.
; by
round dull*. Full time Apply: it* ex AV* s. MI 21)93 Ml 2 4M5 or Ml 2.744*, Eve: 271 feet on 'ther 5.45' of the County Renger gll cis orbit.
so Naples Coos, North Triljlltf lungs, Ml' 2-2344. following de.cnbed centerlme' Commencing -March II.-0 II 1964 -- Hence the Indians are rather The National Aeronautics and 7tlEIAWffft
bedroom furni.hed apt onImperial 3/lfftth at the Northee.t corner ol
1 River Carport boat Section' I. Township 12 South Range IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE cautious at'lutventllrlng Into the Space Administration will watch

16-Help Available dock Available. lueos April Adult.I. $75per Lot Local label,on. Price'hO...$. >I4 Conven- Silo''' 27 thcnc Et.t South Collier.,,' Conuly U'III"Fiord West AND TWELFTH FOR JUDICIAL COLLIER CIRCUIT COUNTY IN woods alone after dark. closely to see how well Titan 2 :!

mo'. Edyth Yearly McLiughhn R e dn David C. Jonet. Realtor JSI 717.33 feet to th* Southerly tight'ot' FLORIDAIN Anothe, charming super*!. makes the transition from this ,
no .
Per your odd .*e ... Waits Vista P E.tate Bon.t* Spring.llltf .. Slit A e tc "Ml 2 3152 way line of Stele Rod 90 lUl 4I> CHANCERY' lion cor ':errj: the 'Uushas. AS nation's most powerful military .
CASE: NO 2011 ,...
OIl 10th A".. ... 3/12.St F"r tale Wooded Let nearShadowfawn far a PLACE OF BEGINNING RCloO* lI55alaacw
00' DUNCAN CAMERON: flat sisal rocket to a role as a manned .
School. wtarvailable Thence continuing South 40 II drive oetweer the IQNIiITU:
Omr manafamanl and rnintananc 1---; ;;; : f;;;;.h.d apt. Near Easy" T.-city..... Call Wet 15411 feet lo the Black.ter. Plaintiff. you mlnla- space booster,
of attata or apt$. CooS. beach and shopping Weekly. Midway 1192 er *.. ,000r River' 'E'LIZAICTH fields, /ou will notice
pie availabla with long *iprlnc monthl 1..r 1 brOk.r Alto ill I of th* upland' lying within Louise CAMERONDefendent .
.round'3/'f
slid belt of rlarnc Ml I r04; ; .0i-t.i.i.: I strip. of lend 150 feet In w dth tying:
2 20)2._ /17,5t Lot II. BlockK 271 feet on either. tide of the following NOTICE TO DEFEND
Pin Ridi EiteneionCARIBBEAN
SITUATION & furntthed apt $70 amonth .scr.bed. centerlme:: Continu,ng TO'LOUIU
t room REALTY. 17MNo
aCtive r'A collaf' ir./ pint utilitial.: 1401 CrsschRd Tre.I. Ml 2 till. 11111' along the '..! detcribed coarse South ELIZABETH CAMERON
Vounfich 12 Wfcit ml*. nendrmkr 3/lS 40 II' 00" We.I 120 feet thence III South PenetaouilBaythor
South II.' 31' 10" Wett 211349 feet Long I aland New Yor.You CHOICE WATERFRONT
Li.
Fl*. chauffur 71 100' Ho"' ,,",. I block. ,
for ....orthours. for a Place of Ending ere hereby not"f ed that lIItlor
Short
canva Ply t* beach tth It. No. H 500
Reference :: For Rent All being a pert of Section 1. II divert. hat keen instituted
E..Meri" 49 Hou*,1 Tern Me B rid*. Re*Her. 132 ,
Boo 1737 BS 11751Voting Park It to Ml 2 6044. 2/ltll U Range 14 27 end Lest II., Coll Tewn.n.er County. 12 .South Flor against"er you County I In .the Florida Circuit. In Court Chan ofColl ) . . .

man 21. i yr*. col!*!*. 2 bdrm. witarfront home Fur Cl*.,. .**>. parmanaol employment n ehed or unfurnithed Ml canal rlolden Shore Full price l.aringu, a,. blled 0" It.t. Road pl.'ntiff, and you. the teid Defendant
Collier, Count. Would bo willing > WIS 1/Utf ll.Sfl IIGO| dn |<( per ma4st Oapartrn.nt RigliO.of.W map ..0Siale LOUISE ELIZABETH CAMERON : : Lot 6, Block 12 on South 6th street, south of 18th Avenue. NXX x ISC'.!
to invest capital fund it Jl' < *< ncmry P. O. Bo. 102*. N*. ..*.t of telephone, office Fur i 10 toss *n St Md lit October 0953.DESCRIPTION. : said toil with. the Clerktf
Diet. 3/1'.11.1t ....* nontpss. twin b.de. clot. Thomi.on Or,v* fast lie.",... the Above Court el the Court
In. ,rtonbl Root, of teaton lane ei Ito dn SIC| per mo PROPOSED BLACKWATER OF LANDS IN RIVER THE Meute In Neplet Coll.er County Highest and moat desirable area of Aqualane Shores. Extra wide waterw.y.
or by week Ed e-3lt1. Owner Ml ;. 106 J/2w Florid .n or befor the *th day
.,_
23-Misc. For S>UCHy 1/11 H 17 DRAINAGE DISTRICT NOT UNDER of April A D.. I.... end lo terv
CONTROL OP GULF AMERICAN .
of WILLIAM LAMAR
a copy tame
upon
MAPS Modern two.bedroom home with 59-Acreage LAND CORPORATION ROSE, Attorney for the Plaint Just minutes from the Beach. $5850. Will sell on contract.
Tops I.". Florid room Nicely fur Section t. II 21 22 27. 21 33 end .ff. whote address it Post Office
County -lntantiyCAPLES n.thed Only $75 per month t. l\t't Acre Camp ..10 119$ CASHI 34 Tewnehip 10 South Range' 21 Boa XEROX Copying aLUEPRINTiNG ejuelified tenant Phone 2 2CM lit .cr. I mile trans 001dasGals. Cast. Collier County. Florid w t*. the De re* Pro Confetti shelf
MI 12152 l/ll tf S cola sortS at rcaui..d Th. Ee.t H of the Southwest 14 of b* entered gmt. you
113 3/lltf ItS Av* So "* Ft Leudordal reed $059 CASH. Section 7 and Section I. II end 21 WITNESS my hand a..d the seal $1500 down 5 %% on the balance
MOM HfcACHFor : ,
250' Absolutely the fineftt invettmenttpeculel Townenip II South Rang 21 Ca.l of th'( Court on this th* 2nd day
l..ioIiTuUCiiitOM e004 .." ",.,., rent till Dec I5tn! Fur on m Collier County Collier County, 'Florid: *f .March A O 1544MARGARET
.
cbin 4t. Never II...._ niched t bedroom 2 bath "Koute LUFF R (, Breker MARGARET T SCOTT T SCOTT
rto l mediale ..It".rY'3/1 Ml Screened porch and replace 'liIGh St Mo. MIdway Clerk of Circuit Court Clerk of till Circuit Court PHONE MI 2-4272 *
_. Collier County FloridaBy CLERK'S SEAL _
TV 4 c.lall. Very Quiet To 1227_ .. __ (
/sINtl MAOILL II' INEZ MAOILL
CALL TilE NEWS FOR adults Inouir .th" Av*
So frm 9 em or Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk
RUBBER STAMPS alt.npo's .. V17tf I-Trrjon: Itr.d, The NEWS Merch 11. and II 1944 **. Mar 4. II, If. 29. IM4 *M
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