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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-, THE ASSOCUTkD PRESS ToiivutUl rains accompanied six children were bedded downin
Three storm pounded differ the wind. one farmhouse AroundTHE
k ent sections. of the nation with In New Orleans 3 inches of Two buses bogged down in
1 destructive winds, snow and rain accompanied by 40 m.p.h. snowdrifts on country roads
rainstorms as sprint came to. winds flooded streets and top. northeast of Union and three
day after renegade tornadoes pled tl't't'l. Gusts up to 52 were stuck near Yunia.

I 11k ended the winter season with a m .p.h, roared through Baton The superintendent, Donald 7r
ii. klng.&lzed punch at Texas. Rouge. Weber about 30, of Limon, he-old.
Spring officially began at In the West, seven persons ed for the Limon.sl nndl'd bus.

... 9:10: a.m. (Eastern Standard were Injured In an 11 vehicle es in a snowplow and became BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
.- .p w .. ; : Time). pileup Thursday night in south stuck.In .

.. Tornadoes and strong winds ern Wyoming as bUzzard condl. the Midwest, blizzard con. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)-
whipped along the Texas coast tlons prevailed. dlttons prevailed for portions of Circuit Judge William J. Kirby
; : Thursday causing an estimated Blowing snow stranded five Kansas and northwesterly Ml.. has a new sign protecting his
$500,000 damage In Uajtown school buses In eastern Coloradoand sour,! Kiln fell in the Kansas parking space at the court.
and Injuring at least 12 personsIn marooned a school superln City area for almost 24 hours house "Unauthorized use of

Nederlind. tendent who tried to get to one continuously, this parking space Is in con.
A disturbance'In eastern Kan. of the vehicles In a snowplow.The Snow fell over most of Mich. tempt of court"
il : ..j, ';/' sat cast t a winter scene over children were shelteredIn i Igan and tf'mpffalureWfre below Will he enforce the warning?
1 .... /' t most of the Central and north. homes for the night Twenty. freezing. "Of course not," Kirby said.
; ern Plains and In the Upper' Winds, cold weather and 2.4

Mississippi. Valley. Bank Clerk Sad inches of snow fell on parts of
. Biizzara conditions occurred Illinois MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP-
,: from eastern Colorado and west. Because He Won In Indiana, the swollen Ohio The Alabama Supreme Court
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fb. .. "' .._ .."", ern Kansas through Minnesotaand River continued to recede but has agreed that it was perfect'
J".7IItf'i'YtII... .a ... & ,II' -n.t.W.o.:: ._ ts.rsaez '" ly all for
right to
flood a man catch
the eastern Dakotas One Too Much Money water still plagued com.ro
BEST JOBS in town seem to be those held by Bob discussing serious problems ot programming and to three Inch snowfalls were unit Us the length of the state fish with his bare hands.T. .

McDaniel and Jack Slottag, Naples Jaycee president, staging An official preliminary of the Miss Florida blown and drifted by 50 mile LONDON (AP) He won 'Ul: ,. Snow and rain spread over thei II. Scott of Phil Campbellwas
per hour winds with gusts up to 134 pounds-$630,375-and he'i i slate convicted and fined $23: alt
I and Miss Naples Pageant Chairman, respectively. Surrounded Pageant, the affair will be staged in Caribbean Gardens 80 m.p.h. in northwestern Kan. sad. The Ohio was expected to re. er state conservation officers

by a bevy of beauties, while they plan this later this spring after the Jaycees wind up several ...,' reducing visibility to one. "I must be the unhappiestman cede back to the flood stage of said he was plunging his hands ,

year's beauty pageant, the men scarcely seem to be other Important projects. half block. In Britain," said bachelor 82 feet in Cincinnati today after Into Big Bear Creek and grabbing
A storm centered In northeast. Charlie Cooper' "I don't want a G6.2foot crest last t week the MM,
ern Arkansas produced rain all this money. I was hippy e i The conviction was thrown
Hires from Missouri and central nil.nols 1 was with my mum In Bethnal out by the Court of Appeals. In

Family Short Route To Marco Kentucky Fails ;Tennessee.through Kentucky and don Green), (a poor section of Lon' gust ST.of PETERSBURG wind, shrieking(AP out) of-A a the upholding Supreme this ruling Court Thursday gave no

New AttorneyFor To Pass Civil Rain fell from Alabama and The 46.year.old clerk had just train squall line rammed like a runaway freight opinion but a similar case was
northern Florida Into the Caro. come out of a bank where he through a long, dismissed recently on groundsthe
Added To ListJects Unas. held a two-hour conference with 1 narrow section of St. Petersburg court called "frivolous pros
County's
Jack RubyHOUSTON Rights Measure In the Texas storm Thursdayfive Investment experts."I damage early today causing extensive ecutlon."
feel
depressed and really
were hospitalized
Tex. (AP) JackRuby' FRANKFORT Ky. (AP.TheKentucky 1 I persons unhappy but I should be thehappl..t The big gust which caurhtmo.t NEW DELHI
AP A
A proposed road, that wouldcut put on the priority list. when 75 m.p.h. winds struck a ( ) new
is confident people still In bed took
new attorney
Legislature ends Its 1 man In Britain. I'm outbreak of ,religious :
trailer park In Nederland. The rioting
In half the distance bet- Funds probably will be available -
his client will be about 15 minutes to cut swath
granteda a
regular session today without' ,tornado In Baytown virtually worth a quarter of a million was reported today in central :
new trial and will escape ween Naples and Marco Island this year for construc- passing a civil rights bill and 33 1 destroyed a newly constructed quid (pounds) and today the northeastward across St, Peters. India, raising the threat of new I
death In Texas' electric chair. was put on the county's secondary tion of the first( five.ANOTHER burg
hunger strikers In the House country club which was to be doctors gave me a final check. large-scale battles between Hln.
Percy Foreman president of road priority list at yes gallery supporting the measure 1 occupied In two months. up on the hernia operation 1 had due and Moslems,
the National Association of De. erday's special County Com- ROAD also reach a crossroads. Other tornadoes: reported In six weeks ago. And they passedme 3 Slightly Hurt Seven Moslems were reported
fense Attorneys and probablythe mission. meeting. Another project, No. 18 on .. Despite a vow to starve un.' the jfouston area did less dam. A.l.i. killed and several Injured In
best known criminal lawyerin This highway would utilize ore list, was added Thursday.It less tin Legislature acts,,the In.tejratlonlsts .: ar'-. "If. it had been 2,000 pounds Jri ''Int;rection:! t Ralgarh, a jute mill town In
Texas agreed Thursday to some of the old Marco rail calls for building a graded -most of them beginning or even 20,000 pounds I would Madhya Pradesh State,
succeed Melvin M. Belli asRuby' road grade and a bridge wouldbe nine-mlle-long road to connect the fifth day of fasting have been happy But this Is Accident Here Arson and rioting were re

chief counsel. built across Big Marco Pass the two segments of SR-840 -appear weary discouragedand i More PeopleMoonlighting too much for a man like me- ported In three other towns In
A Dallas Mrs. Martha
sentenced Ryan,1838Manda.tin
jury Rubyto
uncertain whether to much "
con. too much. the state. There was no indica.
death Saturday for slaying; hitting the Island east of the the lower part which Is knownas tlnue. Charlie won the sum two days Rd., her baby William Er. lion whit caused the trouble
Lee Harvey Oswald the ac. village of Marco. The present the Turner River Road. The "We'll stay as long as we feel ago by picking draws correct. n.st. 8 months, and her daughter, About 20 Moslems were killed
cused assassin of President land route from Naples to missing nine-mile stretch begins we are serving a useful purpose Statistics Say ly in the weekly soccer pools. Eva Marie, were all given emergency Monday night in rioting In Cal.

John F. Kennedy, last Nov. 22. Marco, by way of Royal Palm a. couple miles north of ," said Frank Stanley Jr., WASHINGTON AP) More He was the sole winner of the treatment at Naples Com. cutta, on India's east coast,
Foreman, who has handled Hammock measures 28 miles the Miles City grade Intersection 27, a Negro newspaper editor of people are "moonlighting"( than treble chance pool. munlty Hospital following an ac. and other parts of the nation
more than 700 capital offense It would be only 14, If the pro- and extends northward.The LouUvllle, who heads the con. ever before, the governmentsays. Charlie lives with his 78year. cldent at 7:50: o'clock yesterday reported unrest
cases and lost only one defend posed highway Is built proposed Marco short tlniretit. old mother In a basement flat morning at the corner of Fourth

ant to the electric chair, was The project was placed In cut road would start at the Bill to grant negroes And, declares the AFL-CIO, In a 100.yearold tenement lie Avenue, South and Tenth Street, SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP)-.A
hired by three brothers and a the No. 17 position on the priority south end of Belle Meade Road equal access to public bust "Moonlighting is bad and we has three brothers and three South Mrs. Ryan's other boy terrorist placed a homemade
sister of Ruby hours after they nesses Is technically dead for sisters Daniel A,, two years old, who
i list, which indicates that and make use of the railroad try to discourage it." bomb In a milk can aboard a
also In
fired Belli, a famous California this session. The was a passenger the car,
Is the term winnings are not subjectto bus carrvlnr U.S.. military nffl.
attorney.One actual construction of the roadIs grade up to the north shoreof While the hunger striker Moonlighting" was unhurt.At '
of the remaining Ruby at. still a few years aw y.Com- Big Marco P.ss.The bridge watched In anguish one procedural applied to the practice of one Income tax. the time of the collision care today.& but the bomb failed

torneys, Joe Tonahill of Jasper, missioners previously had ordered however would angle to the nail after another was person holding two jobs. Mrs. Ryan was traveling southon to explode
of Labor statistics The U.S. armed forces bus
The Bureau
Tex., said he would file a motion 16 other secondary pro- southwest toward high groundon driven Into the bill's coffin. It reported a sharp Increase In Glenn Says He'll Tenth Street at about 20miles had pulled up In front of the
for a new trial In Judge JoeB. never emerged from committeeIn per hour when Raymond Kramerof
Island owned
the by Marco
double Job.holdlng in a recent.urv.y. Five Oceans Hotel, a billet for
Brown's court today although Island Development Corp. This House or Senate.The Make Vote DriveSAN Evanston 111., going west on American officers.
Foreman has not said who his Gromyko Declares 19 Negroes and 14 whites Fourth Avenue at the railroad
of 2,800 feet across showed that 3.9 Investigating said the
bridge route The figures agents
ANTONIO Tex. AP-
assistants will ( station Into her car
be. sip Ice and water, chew gum, pulled oIC.
Yank Fliers' Fate the Is favored over million Americansnheld an ex terrorist put the milk can,
pass Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr.,
Foreman said he signed a smoke, read talk, sing pray, cording to police reports. Kramer
the longer bridge route followed tra job, a rise of 000,000 In a recovering here from a brain weighing about two pounds, in.
contract with Eileen Kaminsky, To E. and watch the House proceed. was given a ticket for fall
Up Germany and first side the bus and fled
a sister of Ruby and with threeof by the old railroad. Ings from the gallery year "the significant concussion, still has every In. ing to yield the rlrhto t.way by
Ruby's brothers Hyman Ru. STOCKHOLM (AP) Soviet Estimated cost of the highway The Rev. Grayson Tucker, Increase In extra Jobholdlng"since tentlon of making his campaignfor : Sgt. Robert Alexander who made PALERMO i

bensteln, Chicago Earl Ruby, Foreign Minister Andrei A. County Engineer Harmon white minister of a Louisville The 1950.number of moonllrtiters the U.S. Senate in Ohio, Ms the Investigation for Naples Po. clllan Prince, Sicily Gaegano(AP) -Har.SI.

Southfield Mich., and Sam Gromylco said today that the Turner said will be about $'50. Negro church said fatigue and added to 5.7 cent of doctor says, lice. douln dl Belmonte has asked
Ruby Dallas. The four drove dizziness have the up per It will be a week or 10 days Damage tu the Ryan car was
fate of three VS filer shot 000. The project was requested enveloped American workers. police to thank two
from Dallas to Houston to see down In East Germany Is "a Marco Island Development original 20 In the group.Stanley before a decision Is made on estimated at $85 and at $50, burglarswho
by broke Ms wall
The figure Is almost as high just when Glenn will be able to 'In| safe
to the Kramer
Foreman.The car.
matter for the East German reports the averageweight
Corp., which last week as the nation's unemploymentrate. campaign, said Dr. Earl W, and fled with 320000.
family said Belli loss In has
was Democratic Republic. four days
bought nearly all of the big Police recovered the loot. The
Brannon at an Air Forte! hos.
:
fired by special letter been five
delivery the hunger
At time pounds
same Gromyko Island and some surrounding per The AFL-CIO deplored moon pltal. prince said he had not been
signed by Jack Ruby and an. expressed Soviet concern about striker-ranging as high as 14
other sister, Eva Grant of Dal. border violations and said that Islands and mainland (for $', pounds for some strikers. lighting on grounds that it Is He said it could be a week or RENEW YOUR (1 able to get the safe open for 20
one of the factors contributing two later than Glenn's 1 years and did not know It con.
las, and mailed Wednesday Moscow still wants better relations 000,000 from the Collier in- April DRIVE'S LICENSE 't7 I
talned .
heavily to the nation's high money.It
deadline for himself.Dr.
terests. MIDC plans a large- FWHGYOUR!
night. with the United State*.
number of had been locked sine
Avoid Campaign unemployed now 4.' Brannon said the
Belli at his San scale residential development "progressis
arriving Gromyko is winding up an of. million BIRTH MONTH death of Ms father.
persons.
Francisco home Thursday ficlal visit to Sweden. He spokeat costing $500,000,000 on the Island LBJ Tells Rusk slower than we anticipated"

night, said he will meet news a news conference. the present population of
men at his office at 10 a.m. to. Gromyko's comment that the which Is a few hundred. And McNamara HALIFAX, NJS. (AP) -
day to make a statement. fliers were a matter for the MIDC has offered free right- 1'4l "There'll be another Cyprus
"If we are successful in get. East German government was WASHINGTON (AP) Pres. 'when he gets back," said Mrs.
(for short-cut road
the
:
of-way Ident .
Johnson has told Secretary
ting a reversal of this case anda a standard Soviet reaction. The Beatrice Lane, whose husband
new trial, 1 don't think Mr. Soviets never miss a chance to and bridge, and the Island's developers of Defense Robert S. Me and another Canadian soldier
Ruby will ever be executed," assert the East German regimeIs will be responsible for Namara he wants him to stay stowed away aboard the Cy.
Foreman, 91, told newsmen. sovereign government.The building roads and streets on out of the 1964 political cam. prus-bound aircraft carrier Bo.
The family said Foreman, a United States and its the island Inconnectionwiththedevelopment palgn it was learned today ; v naventure.
210-pounder() who stands 6.4, was North Atlantic allies In turn re. Johnson has given similar & l Cpl. Michael Lane, 31,of near
their choice as chief attorneyall fuse to deal with the East Ger. Elliott Mackle, MIDC vice- word to Secretary of State Dean by Boutlller's Point, and Pvt.
along. They said they hired man government contending president told Commission Rusk. Heads of the State and c.y Charles Bell, 32, of Halifax,
Bell after a go-between who the Soviet Union Is still the oc. Chairman Dewey Polly that it Defense departments tradition. [ were discovered about three
approached Foreman crossed: cupation authority In East Ger. ally have tried to remain above hours after the carrier sailed
them up. many. (Continued on page 7) the battle Wednesday night with troops
v and supplies for the U.N. peace

I Is Here Arrived force The In pair Cyprus.said they stowed
Spring ; At 9:10 9: This Morning j away because they wanted to

serve with the U.N. fore. An

NEW YORK (AP)-The lady Ing as well, the pride of a peo. In Portland Ore, camellas thing, and the first spring day 1 would army be spokesman said they
"with soft mists In her hair," pl. who quietly closed ranks daffodils, primroses and trillium Is another." turned disciplined and re
as the poet sang officially re. after the moment of shock. have been blooming for a week.In Said the U.S. Weather Bureau 6 "I'll to Canada.
turns to the United States to. All over America, birds were Seattle, Wash., for the forecast for Friday start another war right
bringing the message Spring Festival of Fun," 70,000 "ft will be colder over much left here,with said Mrs. Lane, who was
six
children
day.She arrived at 0:10 a.m. East In California the swallows re* daffodils riotously golden, dec. of the country's midsection other due and an.
any day. She said
ern Standard Time. turned to mission San Juan orated store fronts.In while warming Is expected in i'? Bell and his wife have four
Capistrano Thursday, right on northern New York, a many sections of the West. children.
Spring Is here, the season of schedule
always on st.Jo.eph's Widespread precipitation is ex. .
farmer said, "The maple sap -
splendors, the time of rebirth, Day.In .
petted over the eastern half of
MOSCOW
the end of winter. run looks fine these days. (AP) The City
Spring Valley Dl., Mayor the country. Heavy snow Is In. Council reported Thursday re.
What did she see as she BUI Savltch said, "We've had In New York City two nuns dicated for portions of Wlscon. calved more than 5,000 com.
crossed the Atlantic Coast, robins already. It's a good found a bud on the tulip tree In sin and Michigan. plaints from Muscovites about

spanned the Great Plains, sign" The town (pop.: 5,300) Is the garden beside the Church of How does a weather man feel dry cleaning, laundry, shoe re
swept across the Great Divide, trying to attract new Industry. St. Vincent Ferrer. at the approach of spring Does ---- pair and auto service last year.
and down the Sierras' slopes to In Nashville, Tenn., spring "For winter's rains and ruins his fancy roam, his heart beat SPELLING CHAMPIONS at St. Ann's third. Ribbons go to the first three Because of these and other

the Pacific? came to Mr. and Mrs. J.P. are over, gladly Catholic School, who will compete in place contestants and a $3 cash awardto falldowns the capital achieved
A nation at peace, but rot Evans when Baby Boy began "And all the seasons of snows Said James f. O'Connor, a only 97.7 per cent of Its planned
the
beyond danger.A singing. Baby Boy la mocking and sins." meteorologist In the Washington annual county Spelling Bee spon- the winner. First and second place Income for 1963. The council

prosperous nation, tingling bird that lives with them year. well, granting a touch of po. Weather Bureau, laconically, sored by the Collier County News, are winners will represent the school in taxi income fell $4.99 million

with hope and energy, but with around. He doesn't sing in the etlc license, this was more or "Spring does something to some from left Clarice Porter, fifth grad the county finals to be held In Ever. short of the 1I.lgnedloal. This
pockets of poverty.A winter. less true. But In New England, people" He didn't sir what, U was no surprise to Muscovites
nation still carrying the Here and there, the flowers the fishermen always tell you anything it does to weather first; Mary Ann Ron!, fourth grade, glades, Tuesday, April 7. who find It almost Impossibleto ,

weight of its tragedy, but carry. couldn't wait. "the first day of spring is one men. second; and Robert Frye, sixth grade, (NEWS photo) get a taxi at night.





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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IMMOKALEE FULL GOSPEL Claims Family services by "murmuring liar
OF NAPLES METHODIST CHURCH COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. and making faces." Pittman Sponsors
More Moral ThanIn
Eurlch also said Mrs. Chap. England
Rev Robert Martin, pastor Rev Richard Howe, Paster Don Paulson, pastor Was Boisterous man once raised a glass of com. ClergyFuneral

Service 9:00: u.m. SUNDAY Rev George PauUon, m union wine in a toast to him, Director
Sunday School ut 10:00: u.m. Morning' Worship, 8:30: A 11 assistant pastor although she was not entitled to SeminarRichard

Training Union 0:00: p.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates During ChurchLOS taKe communion because' she Dickens' Day Bishop SaysLONDON A. Pittman, vice-

Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. Jr. Intermediate and Sr. South Naples was under disciplinary action president of the Florida Fun
WEDNESDAY M.Y.F., 6:30: p.m.Evtning ANGELES (AP-Pastor "I definitely did not toast
eral Directors
Sunday School: 10 a.m. "There has been a growth of Association,
Wayne Enrich AP Dr. John
Worship, 7:30 A. says the John ( ) -
p.m. Eurlch
Player Service 7:00 Mrs. Chapman replied.
: p.m.V Morning' worship n violence. Perhaps the cult of sponsored aclergyfuneraldirector
TUESDAY a.m. H. Chaoman famllvoutcht to be Heenan, archbishop of West
'. M. U. ((2nd) 7:00: p.m.! Eurlch told the court earlier youth Is largely to be blamed. conference for local
ministers -
Men's Prayer Service 7 Sunday evening 7 p.m. kicked out of church because that the betweenthe minster and leader of Britain'sfour
P.M. disagreement
Chilstlun Brotherhood. ((2nd) 7.00: p.m. Choir Practice: 8:00 p.m. Wed prayer service 7:30 p.m. they engaged In boisterous and church and the Chapmans million Roman Catholics, And that was started by the In Miami on the 16th of
Campus government as kind of answerto
a
uncouth singing during services. blames psychiatrists and some March.
Club . 7:00: WEDNESDAY began in August, 1960, over ar. the Hitler youth during the
put.Chi's of
Midweek \'But a judge says no. the clergy for looser sexual Over 150 from south Florida
Auxlllniy 7:00: p.m. Prayer Service: Leap Year Doesn'tConfuse Superior Court Judge Mcln. rangements of a wedding. morals in Britain. war It was In the spirit of the
: were In attendance
Adults A. Children, 7:30 p.m. He said he was in Mexico times." ,being sponsored
Royal Ambassadors 7:00: p.m.: lyre Faries rwea thursday that Yet he thinks England Is, on other officers
SwallowsOf when the took place by of the
ceremony
Sunbeams . 7:00 The real trouble with youth
: p.m. Chapman, 49, and his daughter balance, a much more moral
and association
Choir (Thursday) 7:00: p.m. IMMOKALEE Capistrano Connie Ray, 22.. may attendcervices Chapman on returning had found threatened that Mrs.to place: than it was in the days of Dr. Heenan thinks, is that it Is the FFDA.as well as membersof
made too much fuss of People
at the Mar Vista Charles Dickens (1812.1870)))
Bap.
CHURCH OF GOP Cant (AP) The swallows, Hat Church. punch a deacon on the nose. "People will confuse Immoral who get fussed over get spoiled, Dr, Edgar N, Jackson, well
FIRST ASSEMBLYOF ; 'Pastor: Rev O. P. O'Bsnne not a bit confused by Leap "I talked to Mrs. Chapmanand ity as mainly concerned with he says. known to the clergy through his

GOI Sunduy School 10 a.m. Year, came back this St. Jo. Chapman's wife, Betty, 41. suggested she apologize, sex, fornication, adultery and soon Dr. Heenan, who had long ex. writings and who has served
towever remains he testified "but she she
Muulowluwn Ave., E. Naples Morning( Worship 11 a.m. seph's Day to Capistrano.Just attending, church enjoined while from the would not.", said ," said the archbishop In an perlence in London's East End from the pulpit for 30 years,

Rev H.M. Snow Evening Worship 7:38: p.m. as billed in legend and court hears further testimony. Thereafter, he explained, the Interview. "But oppression of slums as a parish priest before told of the problems of the
Sunday School 10 a.m. song, scores of the birds She is accused of poor 1s what really cries out to becoming a bishop says: grief-stricken and the mean-
singing too Chapman family was expelledby
Morning Worship 11 a.n.. dropped from cloudy skies not heaven for vengeance Then "I 1 think it's true that there
loudly and deliberately off.key vote for un Christian con' Irg and the value of the funeral.
long after dawn and are more criminals today. But
EVERGLADES began too, there is the
Evening Worship 7:30 complete con.
p.m. during services Professor
duct, but, nonetheless, continuedto Robert C, Slater
Service COMMUNITY CHURCH fluttering about the old missionat tempt most comfortably off then there are more good: pea
Youth -- peo.
Tuesdayat services and business
attend director of the
this beach An Injunction was granted In pie too-because there Department of
7:30 Rev. II. G. Weisbecker, pastes community.Each pie-and I don't just mean the are more
p.m.Midweek S nday School 10 a.m. winter the birds ml August, 1961, against the entire meetings. rich- have for the down-and-out. people In the 16th century the Mortuary Science at the University
Service Thursday Morning! Worship 11 a.m. grate to the south and returnat family, but Judge Furies has re. ,, North America's first social That's Immoral, if you like" population of the whole of Eng. of Minnesota andClergy
at 7:30 p.m. winter's end to their breed.fused to make It permanent,,, club, the "Order of the Good Dr. Heenan said of present. land was nothing like the pres. Consultant for NFDA presented

GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH! tag grounds In Southern Call saying evidence of the uncouth Time" was founded in Nova day youth In Britain: ent population of London alone. the relationship and responsibilities

Guilford .Rd., Guilford Acrei EVERGLADES BAPTIST fornla. singing, especially against the Scotia by explorer Samuel de .With the number of people still of the clergy and

E. C. Uesird Pastor CHAPEL husband and daughter, was In. Champlain shortly after the penInsula Increasing by natural growth funeral directors and their mu-

Dominion Rd., Avulon Estates 1'iistor: Rev. Eric C. Weldon BE A 'FRIEND'TO sufficient was settled in 1605. Theclub' Confirmation and immigration, It would be tual service to the bereaved
Eurich: testified Thursday that purpose was to ease the extraordinary Indeed if we
Hunt Naples Sunday School 9:45:: a.m. YOUR LIBRARY didn't have families.
hire Chapman also disrupted boredom of life in the wilderness. more prisons.
SUNDAY SERVICES Morning Worship 11 a.m. Services Set The archbishop does not think Pittman moved to Naples and
Bible School 10:00: ii.ni. Training Union 6 p.m. any dramatic action such as the founded the Pittman Funeral
Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. THE CKURCH FOR ALL. use of worker-prlests will help Home and Ambulance Service

Training :Service; 7:00: p.m. Wednesday Service: ,: ." All FOR THE CHURCH By Emmanuel \the church regain Its lost con. 10 years ago. His other Interests .

Evening WorsMp) 8:00: pin. Prayer Meeting! 7:30 p.m. The Church is the greatest tact with those who don't go to and activities[ In Naples
.v.
WED. EVENING
SERVo 'r factor on earth for the build Emmanuel Lutheran Church church. Include being a past pre
Bible Study and > ing of character and good will hold Palm Sunday Confir. sident of the Exchange Club,
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. COPELAND; BAPTIST citi/enship. It is a storehouseof m ation Service on Sunday at 10:30 Publish Book On past president of the Quarter
Choir:; Practice: 8:15: p.m. MISSION
values. Withouta
spiritual
back
a.m.The Club, past vice-president
-\.... Rev Clyde Marti/ strong church, neither following young people are Pope John's Ideas of the Chamber of Commerce
Sunday School 10 a.m. democracy nor civilization: in the Confirmation Class and
TRINITY.BYTHE.COVEEPISCOPAL Worship Services e can survive. Thero are four will be received Lntochurch mem. ROME (AP-The late Pope manager Little League

CHURCH 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. sound reasons why every bershlp: Kay Farmer, Jimmy'I John XXIH, who called the Baseball team, board dir-

Port Royal Prayer Meetings s person should ntteiyi services Farmer, Phillip Haar, Judy Larson Roman Catholic Ecumenical ector of Rotary Club,past board
The RCT Richard T. Lambert Wednesdays at S p.' I S regularly and snjbpor rf,the Larry Lee, and Paul Little. Council, had begun thinking director of welfare association,
Sunday,, rvlCeIHoly' : I church. They are: ((1)) For his Adults will also be received at about the possibility of Chris. past president of Little League
Comm j ldn. 8:00: a.m. own sake. ((2)) For his chlldren'l this service. tlan unity when he was only II!. Baseball and now treasurer of
c sake. ((3)) For the sake The choir under the direct By the time he was 21 he even the
Church: School and CHOKOLOSKEB 4 organization, and a member
of his and nation. dreamed of
someday becoming
community
CHURCH OF GOD T tion of Mrs. Paul Nevers, with of
Family Worship, 9:16: a.m. X Trinity-by-the-Cove
((4)) For the sake of the church pontiff.
Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m. Sunday School 10 sm.Morning Miss Esther Truitt at the organ, Episcopal
itself, which needs his moral Those and other memories Church all of Naples
will sing "The Palms"by Faure.
WednesdayHoly Worship 11 a-s.
4 .
and material support. Plan were contained in a collectionof
The pastor the Rev.'Dr. Har.
Communion ,
9:30
: a m.
to go to church regularlyand
lit spiritual writings by Pope
land D. will
Holy Days e Fague, preach on
read Bible
Communion at 8:00: a.m.t.r.citl MARCO CHURCH OF GOD your daily. "Who Is This?" A receptionIn John which were put on sale Nuns' Habit Gets

5 Ira D. Hancock pastor I ,;; the Sunday School Room will today
2 gruff. M a ( t follow ,. The late pontiff's Intimate
U pseeer,3lorniogWlxrhlpsll.ras.'I I dice; 0 antral n.ili+i l..i+ trf Immediately the service. thoughts were compiled into a New Look Sunday
FIRS, PKESIIYTKRIAN/ Worship 7:15 P'". : "Xft.r' '"N Holy Week will be observed with
CHURCH OF NAPLESThird special services at 7:13 p.m. book under the title "Q YONKERS, N.V. (AP) A

Ave., So. &: Sixth St. There will be no service Mondayor Glornale Dell' Anima" 'The nun's habit that has been worn
Rev John W. Slump GOODLAND MISSIONOF '"Wf Tuesday, Wednesday, Dr. Fa.gue Journal of the Soul." for centuries will give way in

Siimluy'! School 9:30: u.m. OUR SAVIOUR will preach on "Blessing The book was compiled by favor of modern styling next
the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Loris Capo
Services on Sunday Sunday School, 9'a.ra. Hands. Sunday.
Richard' T. Lambert, : On Holy Thursday there will villa, who was Pope John's pri. The Missionary Sisters of the
9:30 a.m. and 11:00 t.m: Rev.
be Preparatory and Holy Com. vate secretary from his electionas Immaculate Heart of Mary, a

ST. ANN'S TnOl.IC3rd 1! j 11 1- munion Service. The sermon pontiff Oct. 28, 1958, toJohn's Roman Catholic organization,
death June 3 1963.
St.: &:, 10th ,Avc., So. JEnOV AII'S WITNESSES theme Is "Grace-Giving Hands." will appear then for the first
Tenebrae or the Service of Sha. time in new costumes.
Bernard Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue
Father L. lllckeySunday -
Masses 6.8.9-IO.U( Minister Wallace End res down will be observed on Good To Broaden Ban In place of a black cloak, the
Friday. The services on Wednesday sisters will wear a gray trench.
weekdays 7 c.m. ontyConfessions Bible Study Wed. 8 p.m. On Church
Holy Thursday and Good HelpIn type coat. Floor-length skirts
: Saturday Minister School Fri. 7:30: p.m. ( Friday will be at 7:45 p.m. will be raised to 10 ot 12 Inches
4 to 5 p.m. And 7 to 8 p.m. Service :Meeting, Fl'!. 8:30: i pui. There will be a Children's Poverty Bill above the ground.

Confraternity Sunday School Class I 9) uni.of Public Retch Tower Address Study Sunday Sun 3:30 6:45: p.m p.n What do you see here? Figures of statuary? A symbol of religion? Service on Good Friday at 10 administration WASHINGTON (AP) The The sisters will wear a veil
over a three-inch The
agreed Thursday crown.
A monument to the Master? a.m.Good
Doctrine
Christian
FIRST CHRISTIAN/ Friday afternoon.,12 noon to broaden a ban against aid to old headpiece, said to date to
v, Mondays ut 7'UO::: p.m. CHURCH OF NAPLES Look with your heart and you'll see something else. You'll see the to 3 p.m. Emmanuel Church churches or church schools In Its the 13th century, Included a

-- I tMsndtiiln Dr. Coquina Sands soul of the sculptor. will participate with the othe. antipoverty bill. coif which concealed the fore
EAST NAPLES j churches in a Community Ser. Such aid Is already prohibited head and was fastened with a
DAPTIST CHURCH' I IJ I 1 Dr. Rodger Minister Nooe A man mightily inspired who wanted with his talents to worship vice sponsored by the Minister. under parts of the bill and Sea chin strap. .

J| Shadowluwn Ave., Bunt Naples Bible School 9:45: Christ who took stone and chisel and hammer .. and all the strengthof Sal Association in First Baptist retary of Labor W. Willard Sister Mary James, principalof

Rev Ledles Bar to, Pastor Church Service 11 a.m.a.m. his body and all the faith of his heart. He said to the world with Church, 675 8th Street, South. Wirti told the House Educationand Our Lady of Mount Carmel.St. .

Sunday t'hoir Practice Wednesday 7:30 his Art-Words that which he could never have spoken with his lips nor The different ministers will give Labur Committee he was In Anthony's School here, said
:
meditations on the Seven Last a position to say such a restriction the modern clothing will fit in
Sunday School 10.00: u.m Vesper service 5 p.m. Sunday written with his pen. Words, with those attending stay. on other parts of the bill better with the work of the edu.

Training Meriting: Worship Union 11:00 7:00:: p.m.sue CHURCH CHRIST For twenty centuries Jesus, the Saviour, has inspired our best. In vice.lug for a part or all of this ser would ministration be acceptable to the ad. duties catlonal, medical and social

Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. Tamlaml Trail at 14th Ave N. the annals of mankind a million thrilling breakthroughs in human achieve. of the sisters.

WednesdayMid Charles. Wharton II, minister ment have been dedicated to His service.

Week Sunday So never pass the humblest creation of sacred art not even the
Prayer Service 7:30: II.nl.dult. Bible study 10 a.m.
crayoned Bible-picture of a child without remembering that you too
\ Choir Practice' 8:15
: : p.m. Morning worship 11 a.m.
Evening worship 7:30: p.m. have a soul. And talents to give your God !

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Morning Worship 11 a.m. Missouri Synod

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OF NAPLES Church' Seixuv 8 lt0::! a.m.
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first Avenue, S. &: Fourth St
Pastor Rev. Harry C. Parhant First Sunday each Month These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church ESTATE LIQUIDATION

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Friday, March 20. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 f
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Beatles Making Money So Hope's Daughter I

c chance for a break when she
Bank Manager
Makes TV DebutOn found the script of "11er School
for Bachelors" at the Hope Stole $340,000 i
Fast They Can't Count It Manse.
Dad's ShowBy
She landed the part as one of Over 34 Years

LONDON (AP)-Pity the poor sold In advance in BiKiin alonea 1iSF BOB THOMASAP the magazine Beatles. They're making money mark achieved mil)' once Movl .Televlslon Writer and everything She confessed It ly Gee, 64, the lady manager of
so fast they don't have time to before by the Beatles. HOLLYWOOD (AP)-There's was not really her acting debut. the Bank of America's China.
count It. "We think the Beatles are the a new Hope on the television She had appeared In one ofBob'a town branch, Is under a five. :
And today another golden biggest thing in show business screen tonight and her name Is films" "That Uncertain year prison sentence for em. :
flood begins. It's the release anywhere, anytime,' said an Linda. feeling. bezzlement she had concealedfor
date for a new record of theirs official of the recording rum. The daughter of Bob Hope "No lines In that one," she ad. 34 years. ,
A million copies have been pany. makes her debut tonight on her mltted. "In fact, no face. I was U.S. District Judge Albert C. :
standing at a filing cabinet with
The long maned quartet Is father's show. She plays Miss Wollenberg Thursday denied pa.
back to the
Bryant Opposes spinning about as busily as its November In "Her School for my ramera. role. He agreed she had been a
She's hoping for bigger things
records. Bachelors," In which Bob plays valuable executive building
Wide
DistributionOf In the field of
Until May that Is Than they Ii owner of a girlie magazine and especially light branch assets from $2 million
'Homo' plan to take a month off-to rest night club. comedy or drama. But she admitted to $12 million but said
Report that her Interest leans
for a summer schedule that in. Linda Is 22, and she explainedwhy "Miss Gee continued these
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. eludes a coasMo.co4&t tour of she had waited so long to more toward direction. She embezzlements over 34 years of
Farrll Bryant and Atty. Gen. the United States, starting in make her debut I "I wasn't sure plans to go to Europe this spring time and they now amount to
James W. Kynes have taken August. show business was ready for any with the Intention of studyingthe $340,000."
stands against general dlstrlbu. The boys are making their more Hopes. Look at all the methods of Ingmar Berg.
tion of the much.crltlclzed re. first movie. The film, still un. Crosbys It had taken)I" man, Tony Richardson and BE A 'FRIEND'TO
port on homosexuality by the titled, is being shot at studios Besides, she wanted to enter others. YOUR LIBRARY
Legislative Investigations Com.m near London and on locatlom In the family profession prepared.
It tee. the west of England.The With that in mind, she has been
The governor told his news boys expect to finish the taking lessons In acting from tThe
conference Thursday that he film late next month, when they Agnes Moorehead. She studies '$hMN/ k'1
questioned widespread dlstrlbu have two concerts scheduled In both In private with Miss More. kDI
tion of the 44.page pamphlet but Scotland. head and In group classes
did not question the good mo. Then for that rest-for which She graduated from St. Louis MUSIC STUDIOpresents
tlves of the committee that drewIt they'll probably split up and University In Missouri and
up. seek seclusion from the hordesof taught English for a couple of
The attorney general's state. screaming teen-agers who years at Our Lady Queen of An. PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONSfor
ment was stronger. He said the follow them continually. gels high school In downtownLos
report contained pictorial exhlb. On May 31 the Beatles returnto i Angeles Accordion, Guitar and
Its that were "clearly repulsiveand action with a concert in Lon. .- She continues to teach one I
shocking, and if any of the don In June they will tour West THE NAME'S SMITH:\ ,Demonstrating his talent in the dwindling occupation of black day a week, but now she Is glv. Other String InstrumentsCall
reports have been disseminatedto Germany, Holland, Belgium Ing serious thought to a careerIn
the general public they shouldbe Australia and New Zealand. smith, Peter McGuire of New York is engulfed in smoke of a horseshoe entertainment. She saw her MI 2-6610
withdrawn." July's schedule Is being booked. '
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Bryant said since he had not Then It's "Beallemanla" time
read the report he could not com. again for the United States.
ment on the material it con. But It Isn't only the teen.
talned. He said he probably agers who cuddle close as they EVERYTHING Except Our Rates!
would read it later. can to the Beatles
Kynes said he had been as. Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug. WHA 1'5 UP
sured by Rep.Richard O. Mitch las-Home claimed them as "my
ell, committee chairman, that secret weapon" for helping
the report would be handled boost Britain's foreign ex. Better Facilities
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properly and distributed only to change
agencies with legal responsibility The Beatles are George Har.
In the area of law enforce. rlson 21 last month; Paul Me. ? ,
ment. Cartney, 22 in June; and Ringo DOCK o More Conveniences
Mitchell released minutes of Ctarr and John Lennon, each w.
the committee's Jan. 29 meeting 23. .
Indicating distribution would be Lennon is married. Me. Extra Services
limited to "members of the Leg. Cartney and British actress ...
Islature law enforcement offic. Jane Asher are going steady, "
lals, educators, members of the but both have denied rumors At
press and such groups as parent they plan to wed. Ringo and BOAT
associations. Harrison remain unattached.
teacher
HJWEN

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By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP "Secret" went on the air the
Televlslon-Radlo Writer next year.
NEW YORK (AP) Allan "I happened to be the pro.
Sherman a round.faced funny. ducer" Sherman said, "because BROWSE AROUND LOOK AROUNDWe
man with an earnest air, has a meanwhile Merrill had found a
busy week of television ahead. job and I was still unem. Think You Will Like What You Seel 1 11tA
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star Tues.
He will be a guest on ployed.
day night's CBS "Garry Moore Sherman through the years
Show," and three nights later, had been a compulsive amateur
a guest star on NBC's "That entertainer. Harpo Marx heard
Was the Week That Was." his satiric topical songs at a
That Is an extractdlnarlly Hollywood soiree and suggest. 60 Just Arrived at the Petticoat Admiral Shop
heavy schedule for a freelance ed to a record company that o 0
performer and a climax of they make a Sherman album. 1 e. G
sorts"In the careei? of,'a,fellow Result was "My Son, the Folk
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"I've Got a Secret," and be. Tonight "American Spec

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Kennedy was an expert at
-------J'n: WASHINGTON lAP) may"MY public relations and Johnson
FRIDAY MARCH 20. 1964 ?
shape is not good; I .." So Judging from the glowing pub!

rluck)', but I'm not stupid. lie oi'Hlon) : polls, is his own
round-
I Spring Ain't Bustin' Out All Over said Pierre Salinger, a been his Madison Avenue
have
ish type It could Rusk, who seems to consider

epitaph, of de- himself strictly a foreign ti.
But It was just his way fairs technician and not a pub.

Spring arrived here today at 9. 10a conditioners turned on full blast for the dining to teal' newsmen PresIdent on ao.mlle lIc opinion molder, stays in the
1963 when
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past week or so, because Old Sol has hike In a background.This
.m., Eastern Standard Time. At least Kennt'dyis P shln worked fine with Kenne.dy .
been down like Today
that's what the almanac In Alaska bearing sixty. h\ical fitness program and Johnson since they made

and says however the sky was dark and threatened r-:Arty: C en. Robert F. *ennto sure that they, and not the sea
Hawaii
Spring arrived at 4:10: 1 a.m. the
done
rain at 9-10: a.m. when Spring officially d} had ahead) administration retary of state, made the big
Spring may have sprung here and in show how fit the Kennedy pronouncements in foreign at.
came over the hill for its annual
,
sore; other sections of the country was concluded fairs.It .
visit Therefore, Salinger' was different In the 'fru.manAcheson .
but in other
areas it still looked like demonstrationon
"A further and
<<
: Eisenhower.
winter. Snow sidetracked Spring in some But in a short time the snow will m> part would be superfluous "' Dulles days The secretaries<<:

parts of the Mississippi Valley Great disappear from the land, and many of and possibly disastrous.whit mol)' talked up, sometimes too much,

Lakes region and portions of the mid. our valued winter visitors will head for be Thursday the longest lie walk took of his life and How got long splattered Rusk for it.
stays
with
Atlantic states. How can a young! man's home and the pleasures of Springmow.ing He resigned as President Johnson will probably dependon

fancy turn to love, as the old adage says, the lawn, spraying the rose bushes, Johnson's press secretm Senate<<' from to how much Johnson listens t to<>

when the first day of Spring is filled pruning and tending the shrubbery etc. try to run for the his modest secretary.
Calif.. : 01'nil.At Johnson already has said
a
with snow? It will be sad to see them go, but before the{ same time Dean Rusk, few things about foreign rela.

Here in Collier County many homes they know it Winter will be back, and secretary of state, was reported administration tlons which must have made
Johnson's
we hope to have them with planning to quit the studious, careful Rusk
and business firms have had their air us again. after next Novem wince.

Welcome, Spring I ber's elections. While the merry', breezy Sal.
with a
Rusk, a talllsh type inger was the White (House min.

tall forehead and few giggles, Ister of information, he also

not only denied' he would quit presided over some misinformation .

I Agriculture Tour Is SelloutIt next November but said he' had on small things.

no plans to quit at all. That's when he gave answersoff

Two more different men than the top of his head and got

announced that all tickets the decorous Dean and the pixie details .
been
has safe here So citrus growers are buying Pierre would be hard to find; some wrong.As

for the annual tour of agricultural activities land and planting groves at a rapid pace. there's been nothing like them he succeeded Kennedy's press a formidableman secretary<< ,

in Collier County have been sold So are the growers of the glamorous in years : the tense, driving James'

which indicates that interest in the rapidly glads, because they, too, know that the Rusk's' of state three have)'ears been as fantastic secretary Hagetty, who did amazingly at

expanding agriculture "industry" is milder temperatures here can mean the V f'l,, in the sense he has been almost making senhower his look boss good, President El.

high and still growing. The tour will be difference between losing a crop to cold a.Y rb9gITft totally free of criticism. Salinger did extremely well,
unbelievablefor
on March 24. weather being safe. This is almost but in a far more relaxed way.
or .
the battinghis
who
saw
':,','' .::'. .. ... anyone You'll have a tough time it.memberlng .
The tour this year will visit the new The citrus and glad growers will ::::',:' two predecessors gut: Dean once when Kennedy

make available hundreds of around Acheson<< under President Truman relations
In
sugar cane and citrus areas of the county, year and John Foster Dulles under goofed press

as well as the winter truck farming and jobs that will help stabilize the county's Today InWashington President Eisenhower. for But him Salinger than Hagerty.had more going

The truck farmers who The dark.halred informal,
ornamental flower growing regions, according economy. use Eisenhower, no intellectual,
hundreds of workers will cigar chomping, witty, piano- admitted once he was desultory)
of migrant con
to a Chamber Commerce announcement playing Salinger got along delightfully .

tinue their activities but with greater 1 FJi> By Th. with the press. In reading newspapers. Kenne.
R dy ate them.Eisenhower.
diversification of crops which should alleviate ASSOCIATEDPRESS And he adored the food of his was courteous

The tour will be made in air condi- -- French ancestors, tons of it.
the migrant problem to a great -- with newsmen, but it wasa
One of his jobs, of course,was
for.
tioned buses, and the 190 persons distant courtesy. Kennody em.
extent Editor Collier County News: and later Johnson
to help Kennedy
WASHINGTON (AP)- In the braced them.
have tickets will
tunate enough to tour
Collier Countians who hail from states Goodwill Industries 325 handicapped look good. Neither needed
from Washington
certainly enjoy the day that has been arranged where employees are grateful BOSTON (AP) Mrs Malcolm news JOHNSON LATINSi Latin. much helo.
agriculture forms the backboneof
for your help In making the recent E. Peabody, 72, motherof
for them the Com
by Agriculture American diplomats are report.
the economy can certify that farmingcan Boy Scout Turn for Goodwill Massachusetts' Coy, Endl.
of the Chamber of ed to be taking a new look at
mittee Commerce a success cott Peabody, plans to join a
be most helpful. We believe Collier their countries' relations with REMEMBER WHEN :?
and County Agent Don Lander. Boy Scouts In seventeen the United States as an after.
County will find agriculture welcome
a ties placed over 300,000 bags in segregation In St. Augustine,
math of the Johnson admlnls.
There can no longer be any doubt addition to what is now the mainstay of homes In the area. In excessof Fla. tratlon's handling of the Panama

that thousands of acres of citrus will be its economy tourism 100,000 of them have already The pilgrimage is being are dispute last weekend. By HAL BOYLE
been returned filled with usable ranged by the Southern Chris.

planted In Collier County during the The annual agriculture tour is a fine clothing and houshold items Em. tlan Leadership Conference, concerned The envoys about are these said matters to be NEW YORK (AP) Memory The richest man in the community .

Growers who ployment for several months for which plans "kneel.lns" and .is a strange miser, It hoards
coming year or so. were thing and the Chamber of Commerce, Johnson's decision<< Sunday lived in the house that

completely frozen out during the recent County Agent Don Lander, and others these 325 people Is assured. "pray-lns" at St, Augustine night to override the announcement << the oddest things, and in moments had the widest front porch.If .
You have told the "Goodwill churches the week after next. of reverie parades them
afford to
couldn't
disastrous freeze that hit the state have who helped with arrangements are to Story" to your reading audienceand Mrs. Peabody is the wife of American by States the Organization of a U.S.-Pan.of before your inner eye in a spot you cash for It, you didn't pay

found that their groves would have been be commended for initiating it. have inspired them to respond the Rt, Rev Malcolm E. Pea. amanlan agreement seemingly haphazard fashion. buy it.

Our folks thank you and body, retired Episcopal bishopof You've been through life's distinctions
His Interjections of the Pana. liar-fend sometimes these
I the thousands.who have furnishedthe Upper New York State. mill yourself,' If you can look
...,<:.:>ss.\\: '& _Y -o:l..!.<<:J.t: :,,.; ,. J, 1_ J...L' materials. As the ; ma situation into his Alliancefor back and remember when> were 'all held by' the
&<: ''' 'd ; ; "' :;.;';'" ltf : :ra :>'::1 .'..'..!P' $"'"''If'''''"'""' "T'",,...,., !_I\ ; <:".0>:,'. "_ collection boxes, even more peo. Judy Garland didn't have ap. party by imitating Charlie
His swift departure from the champion idler.
pie wilt be helped. pendtcltls<< after all. She had the Chaplin's duck-footed waddle.
hall in which he shook hands A boy's dream of getting rich
V, Carl Sullivan Ladles were so delicate and
flu.Miss with only several of the Latin started by trying to sell home
Public Rel. Dlr. Garland, 40, was re. fainted so often that every well
ambassadors on hand.Latln.Amerlcan made lemonade from an orange'
leased Thursday from Cedarsof run household kept a bottle of
. . . . Lebanon Hospital after a day sources said smelling salts handy to revive crate stand in front of his homeat
OPINION COME AGAIN SOON that at a White House reception a penny a glass.
under observation for abdoml. them.
Editor, Collier County Newst Monday night the President The first man to buy an elec.trie .
nal pains. Her doctor said A wife who held a job outside
Clean Getaway We are Interested In getting ayear's thumped the chest of more than fan was the envy of the
Wednesday she might have to the home tried to keep that fact
subscription. Will you one member of the OAS media. neighborhood.
undergo an appendectomy. from her relatives as if it
Anytime a housewife wants oft send is the yearly rate! and is lion commission with his fore. Every tobacco store had a

Always Welcome? by herself she can do so by htng the It possible to get back Issuesas finger and Insisted that by Its were a kind of disgrace.One wooden Indian at the entrance, ,e
CHICAGO (AP) George H. of the biggest thrills of
dishes of Feb 16? action Sunday the commissionhad and harness and hardware
Visitors make us happy: Some when:
Gallup, director of the Amerl. boyhood was to get to wear the
they come and others when they leave -THK: VANPALIA (OHIO) CROSSROADS We stayed at Marco for five confused the Panamanian stores often put outside a statueof
can Institute of Public Opinion, wool wraparound leggings your
CIIRONICU: weeks and enjoyed your paper somu'h situation for the United States. a white horse.
-TilE ANNA (ILL.) GAZETTE DIMOCIUT: said In a speech at Chicagothat soldier uncle brought home
that we hate to miss what If your best girl held a spring
0( tit: a new method Is needed from World War I.
:
tr ft' went on after we left. Our names MISSILE TO EUROPE! The dandelion under your chin and
for selecting political To the Hoots appeared In your paper several dates. first battalion of Pershing born. business it reflected: a yellow tint, this

The Complaint Department times when we found rare shells. "Party conventions resemble bardment missiles, which havea caused depressions were proved you were fond of but
Mrs. Norman Miller 400.mlle will be sent by sun spots and that, fond of
Ever hear about the gal who worried range ter-and she was you.
tribal rituals said Al.
People who complain that they don'tget no much about getting: gray that she Davenport, Iowa most about Gallup.them is to American forcws In Europe anyway, there wasn't much that Anyone who didn't think Ed. 1
all deserve should everything man could do to
they congratulate tinned blond ovcrniRhf next month, the Defense Department prevent themor gar Guest the greatest American 1.
phony. The spectacular cam.
themselves ,TIM: Li\l'.ITox: ( MONT: I'\RK .5 5 ":'.'.:: .A.t! *f.tf"NiI palgns and 'give 'em hell' announced Thursday their keep them from running poet since Henry
-THE FORT NELSON (D.C., CANADA) Ntw: COINTV Ntws The Pershlng which can be course.Every Wadiworth Longfellow was suspected .
speeches reduce office<<: seekingto
fired rapidly, will replace the small town had a of being either a radicalan <<:
the Intellectual level of
pro <<
champion whittler and
Redstone missile of the a cham.
fesslonal one Intellectual, or both.
wrestling earliest battlefield missiles capable pion spltter and a championHIHG

>an CHICAGO (AP-Quote of the of carrying a nuclear 0" AND

others BE SURE A dancer who warhead.
say day striptease
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS
FIRES fled a City Council hearing on SMALL BUSINESS"y
an ordinance regulating B. CUTBACKS The Navy dls.
ARE OUT- closed Thursday It is tentative.
girls after she spotted t Iii televl.slon '
C WltSOM" HARDIftIn
ly planning to cut employment
COLD! the kids
camera: "Imagine
Tobacco Support Program l In daughter's school letting at Its 11 shipyards by as muchas

v my 6,000 workers by June 30, Ann 'unit: tir ,hh-d..i nth M horde or ltula.' Kden'n: 'alluJI..n"d
load of that I
Federal lubildiei being as hard to The obvious answer i III to kill the to. a me testifying the end of the current fiscal the. I'mi.ini.i ( niinj f r"'lhop| I II door to more socialismIn

abolish aa sin, one ahould know better bacco price support program and get want the" law to let me bum I .> I'MIllC' '?al! I Ipl; ,f ('hllk"I ngland.; -

but the government out of U t tobacco drinks. year.More than 85,000 civilians are .ill|( ll, )111! (' tl, I'll'| .t e. .
than to expect anything -
C. I .
growing butines No, Hit bin among
now employed at the Navy I outcry
An excellent opportunity seems at Sen. John J. Williams (It-Del.! ) has ASA.Of.S.SAIC.t owned yards .Pin- \rrh'llI use tif lilllinn .lit in Will-hint"n! I U that

hand to knock in the bead at lent one proponed this with an amendment to the 'I I I I' I MINARtT.AL.O or:In tot\ dollar* r I IKMI'i .,1 ('h.II DrRaullc/ hat'iiinccl

of the subsidy programs which over wheat-cotton bill now before the Senate. FLIERSt The Soviet Union foreignff I 1 II'I" back un U.S. leader
AMIABLE I DLn \
tn
.
recent baa soaked many mil And he promises to demand a vote. away .hip di s|?tithe fact that billion
yean up rebuffed another
TOOL PRO apparently try In buy .
EAT I writlaktn
should be fn m Amen
lion of tax dollar The Williams Amendment ACROSS 26. Paddle U.S. effort Thursday to gain frlrniN ,U oiIrn 'tiftJ
I INN. C. 0 n. c e. R T 0 ). i',m tuxpiiyeri to give to
The candidate for oblivion 1 t. the government adopted.It 1. Seasons 28. Puzzle freedom for three American iHuat'dbv : h'rancc In the monster foreignuutauuy
..
wouldn't interfere with the pub ART. H 0 S E S
price support program for to- 6, Member- 32. Craftier airmen shot down over East attempt* "program As one of
bacco. lic' right to smoke. Nor should it. Andit into in nock 36. FInished A I. A MO. F' E. 1'1. .. C e 1111 any. thru made to the -.launchcst Catholics In Kur,

Here we have the surgeon general, wouldn't Interfere with the farmer'sright exchange 37. Singleton D I R C C TOR. TAP Secretary of State Dean Rusk meddle I 'In "pc /DcGaulli .s not soft on

tier long study by a high-powered to grow nor the manufacturer'sright 10 Irony 38. Lure A 6 e. K t. 'i S A N e- called in Soviet Ambassador "lhrrM'nple'affair <.,nun',unlsts

committee telling how bad amok- to manufacture. 11 Mongol 40. Unused G A NO. q t 'V I 5 I IT AnAtoly F. Dobrynln to renew, ea.*. ace
log in general i* for health. And on It would simply withdraw the ,overnment' 13. Shirker U. Useful as the State Department put it --- Hut he ,Is a realist. In 1940,
T A eRA C .
I I. I K L E Nut too ,
C W Hardtr the ltMiv
the other hand wt have the Agriculture support of price received by 14 Scent U.Obl&1n our Insistence on the returnof ,, Stale Department broke >
6E t. 3 sills E II HIV NCtf ,1r bib
t. R
Department, directed by law, letting tobacco growers-a program under 15 Crow 43. Sleampipe the n (''rs." They parachuted In ruvpt. ciao'i ,., Ncr llplllilt si n red k to recngnlie the Nail puppet ,
foxernment set In Vichy
acreage allotment for the 1984 tobacco which the government currently has 16 ,\pier>'x 46. Jubilant SOLUTION 0' YISTUDA rUIZLI after their RB66 jet recnnnals. up >|MiU: u fu-, in "Hi-aid! ti. the which had sentenced up DeGaulle

crop and preparing to roll out more $823 million Invested in tobacco price 18. Ship- 47. Deposited sance plane was downed by the Sue/. {'''"III. NIItill tins ('IIn to death It wan not until Pearl

millions in price support loan to hold support loans. sh.ptd clock 48. Medieval 2. Irregular 3. Silken Russians Mar-h 10. .il is owned by n :.tuck<< C"",- Harbor relui lant recognitions

up the price of the "'weed"-which the This should be a hard one for the 19 Protection IOldler's muscular 6. Dyer Dobrynln "was not responsiveto IMIH llf IllltlVh ..!..1( P't'r1cli. *l\rn to the Free French

surgeon general 1311 II Injurious tobacco-ttate senator to answer. 21 Struggle Jacket movement 7. Corn spike our request," said State De. Nd*:srl' lilv. took I'M the hi('hi. h'rt.t'll.

How nutty can we be? Afeniphii' Press-Sdmitar Its,. thni iHlinlv .Xirnprintcd| .
23. Arm at DOWN 3, Cover 8. Make partment press officer<<: RichardL tic, SUN triiit) \
2). Born Sue was Midi Hun U .nlc- tin Sue tried
1. Ferocious hike reparation Phillips.COLLIER
4. Long i I. Ii. t dill to Hi iti v|h ,.
nH
. The Home / r'I ici iliI 'King' he v.ay US. pressured
Job Worthy 9. Domesticates "
: .; I otliimil' '. .
"
>> > ,1* .IIHII'/t !> toU S '," Hl>Hiidoii. colonies, which ho

Give household service dignity Make II I1 J IS 7 a I COUNTY NEWS ace I 't.i i HIII) h.".. subsequently seen
If she 'lived in" she had a little "nI' 10 Conduit 1'thr' Hritish end rrriuhl I ii, ,
i n h" ioiimiumut. He hat
room in the attic, furnished with discards it a responsible occupation Let modern /0/ :" /I t 12. Floating MICHAEL CHANCE,'' Edit-Publithar, 'landed In armed force to dull I .I." ,ecn the U.S. bilIn -
Hive
hot in summer, cold in winter. technology relieve Its drudgery. Provide framework THOMAS HAVER Aitociata, Editor, with Jtracser: and In the I .i+. tn co'unuhtisl Tito, help
training for it. Give it the kind of benefits %, iT 17. Conquered MARSHALL WYATT Adv Manafar meantime Ih small but rui-i
Hi
Kitmlm food
before the family arose be was "I : I bail out of a
Early extended to labor in other Indus %/ 20 Tax DAVID HERMANSCN Cut Orator, Ctd army of lariat, tired of MS" by |permitting wheat tb "

wrestling with a coal range and last tries. Pay a salary, not a wage.Is If t 17 tf J! I' 22: Played off LESLIE BOO EN. rtulafon' Mr I hit urprrdapllono In their na- < Mild to Russia, not to men
to bed she went after serving the mistress not this a way to bring two needs In golf MRS. LOUISE DAUB, Off.. Mgr, lion, charted In from the other lint' a few other inconsistent

her warm milk and soda biscuit. together, the need of families for domestic I' I O /, III III 24 Combination PETER SHUTTS Cla.*,ilid, Mir. Hide \\IIhln another U to 72 .Kid> mid ends

Between times there was washing in help and the need for Job** ., PublimNfrd daily, aicapt. Mondayand hour, the Kremlin lotlnr Nav seeL'ndaubledly
th artarnoon
'
spear Saturday in by Iff would ha\e
a tub on a stool with a corrugated Senator Williams of New Jersey. is z y 1'4 liS ; ?'t' and bal fou the Coli.., County Publit'oni Co., been cut the General be-
scrub-board and yellow soap, or iron proposing federal grants for work-ex / .7./J:: 27 Turmeric Inc '41\ Twaifth "...n".. South N.< But e e ame a little confuted and has
the
*. Fla, JJJ40 Mail address P O. t'nitcd States .
tog with flat Iron heated on a stove perience programs for young women Zfo 1.1. n JO II 29 Mackerel Bit. 1717Talapnona. had I t., inlet fere ItJ'rn.flWllt thus reached a decision thai UFrame

and handled with a padded holder. or Why always the fedeial' governmentmust like fish Midway 22107 for all ,h'l"'IINI act i..u unless Mild| I U going to be secured

with broom and dustpan such 0.:1.1 I refortM 11 J J IJJ' .' IJ. dapartmanu ,, Brl from communism. France will
endless sweeping jump tn on ? 30. Notched . 'I.""" id 'I..nll'' withdrew have
-and forever scrubbing, shining, a< this I ij. not clear, but other agencies, 31 Stitched Subscription' Rata a aThK to (to It alone and work

polishing, over and o\er and over private or state or local government, J7 ;15 JJ "A .0 32 Acid By carrier or mail, payable In rrmllcd In the fall of out the It bent deal possible healthy.tok..p

More palatable Jobs lured her sway could well undertake this election of .d".nc. the re.ulute l able AMhoB economically
33 Till While
but the need for respected 41 41 // 4J ,"4 On. Year SIS Six, Month 7.50, ) den a, Prime| only the future will reveal
household into a "
:SO years or more ago service<< 34 N Afrantelope. Th,.. Month II.7}. : inkier ofIhuV'l.ni'.f"1' the soundness or folly of
her ended, and many a house occupation '*' "' 'In.t.A' hh
never
45 I//S4- Member of The Aatoclatad Pratt.us position It doe not seem
hold today suffers by consequence. Two generations have passM fro,,. the W- 33. Usa a bus wk,ch .a .nt.tled. ..c'u".11/ to the !he-r"d moat he- remen difficult to understand why at

Here is work to be done, and women era fli| the sad-iron and the vrrub 47 39 Tissue for rapublication of all localnawt e hurt If durlne Wend War ", long last he reached MM pal
4& in Isla hlll'l
needing Jobs.' (Young women betweenIS board, It's time to end the helplesenees! 9" 42. Oahu token "wall".. .Items* oil prmlad AP news d'.p.tc"' paper at the P.Ikan t kw. had prevailed, tion. An earlier French leader
unemployment rate of both household and unemployed clans mattar .14 |,.,t sever nee laid "When bSVC
and 20 have an EnUr4 tacond at been yarn
44. Sunbeam
Herald Par hm.29 mm Ap H..I....... ft.. Post Oltico al NipltFlorid" *, set.. fUn by U* romminv allies! you don't need enemas."
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If "' .. .f. i6J.jr : :,, iMM '.'. ,\" .. .',It.n.Iurh ZOo 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
IIIIIII /' "" .'tt -..,:- .... .'...... ,"i'. ,. Michigan Homes 5
J\c :: /. .; > Moorings I less! than a year ago, Florida citrus Industry leaders
Q- & Bonito .:;' ..'". ,.L. l Opens New ModelIn the firm ln' become one of the and state officials fought the pro.
: ;"f; :r'l'' .t >' The MooringsA leading 'tutors: In Collier posal. They Insisted that It would
frou Count Mi.\.'hlgin Homes are cost Florida's citrus buslness$20
'b By RAt: WEAK '"., fourth dls|>h\ model rallete ; built on owners' lots throughout million or more I year.
, the Berkshire. has been opoimi the :'Jolph.fu.. Besides the Before Udall announced on
The Bonita for Inspt'dlonlh Ml< hlgan Homo six current models and variations Wednesday that National Bulk
Springs Lions Club homemade custard .
annual handicap and souvenir fee at the dessert pie and it w In Tile Moorings Rerouting to offered bv Michigan, the buUderpnUIt Carriers had pulled its request
pro.
.\JIII11I1IW"Uhl1t lu bred Piuh. >s i n': ustom design and back, Sen. George Snuthers, D.
gram "Tip Sheet" of the Naples. Various card .
1/lmt''IIt'r"/I.j'
/ sales manager; construct i Fla., said the proposal had been
Fort Mers Kennel Club ed with the follow .
races liiulx>lii It. ml.ed
; urnUlunl I" Roth 4 Sttu'k\ Other :Ml '
the afternoon and Mean Home modelsare rejected by the Virgin Wands
evening of the table
prizes' M..I.'nl
the Reikch.r; I 11 .1 twodoedrenn, on tll1.1\i In Cape Coral Corp., a federal agency that
Saturday, March 21, Is designed Barbara But, Ortrud Run.
so that donations to this plan wlt'.i:, two bAtlu! volume and Taiittle "od In the Fort M>ers seeks to promote the Islands'
pro. man, Pauline Pollakowski, Caroline
dinette and dlllina areas,t'nrlolt-d! area .
gram can be used to host the economy.The
an. Merger, l nrothSijton, Ann
linnet and screened torch Its -
corporation directors hadbeen
nual convention In Bonlta ,
Springs Korf. Sue Cook Ed\th. M< Lauith :2132: teat includes I 1128qu.ite :!
qilUP scheduled to meet today to
August 13, 14 and 13th Virgin Islands
of theBataan.Corregldor tin, Blanche Hdrwd: and Cralit. ,
<< f fret of living JfTlp
Dt-aih vote on the plan, which was to
Veterans : March Ceramic door prizes were entiMllnxl kitchen with 81'1'\ Inc Drop Citrus Deal convert 1,700 acres of sugar cane
awarded to Mesdames
tthclUfn.
and lldhn. \utulo\\s br I thesiteeiieJ
bat :
land to orange groves Udall said
Tho local American Legion nett, Fmma: Axford, Stable Mor
porch Is built .t i round WASHINGTON; (AP) Tie" the meeting had been postponeduntil
Post is
supporting the Lions Stanton and Me.:'
gas with an honor guard both Tappan >\n rouse proposal to row oranges In the the next regular session
noon and evening. There after.also JOINT CLLLBKATION: unit with \built-in hood and fin. Virgins Islands 1 mix their juice. Citrus industry interests said
are
In the lu'ur117e Berkshire, with oranges from Panama and that 90 per cent of the juice or
two other surprise attrac. A Joint American Legion celebration l bedrooms are II\' \" 13' 8" and ship the results to the United concentrate produced In the Vlr.
tlons, 4 Lion Cub" and the per. their 45th. was the II' \ IP 4". wlnU the thing State ta\ dee has been with. Kin Islands would come from
sonal appreance of the Lee County order of the day as the local room Is 13 S" \ I 1" 0". drawn according to Interior Sec. Panama. The proposal was slm.
Shrimp Queen. The public Is In.
post and auxiliary came together for functional treatment Tatar> Stewirt Vd.Ul. ply a method for dodging the
vited to help this most worthy for a covered dish sup- 'ttli Ml< UUan |pl.l"l'.1 I t decorative solar lie did not sat whether the Import lax on citrus and Us prod.
cause. per this past week In their t E *< r>vn wui l across the front proposal can be brought up uits, tho Florida Industry main
CARD PARTY Legion Home just off the Beach ot the I h ll\tn t 1'm'SlIlhlhlltrl.lul again tallied.
,doors The design permits light
The final In a series of the Hoad. to to see RIPPEO--UP.
enter all"t'l'mll. one IRRIL's .
season's card parties was held An attractive anniversarycake outside/ but prevents outsiders r'1 VlrI .
Wednesday afternoon by the was baked by Auxiliary MOTHERING I A WALLABY-Judy Palmer Whiptn, Zoo hostess at Bed, from owing the interior, I L\1.\ AND DUSTY TOO- .

Bonita Springs Woman's Club In President Mrs. Marlon Gulden fordshlr, England, win a dell'* bottle to teed 8.,bby, S.month,old wallaby" Judy has been Iii addition to lire hip roof 1
their building just off the Trail. and cut by Post Commander Donald taking the wtlliby horn it night to tare for It line it Will abandoned by its mother, taxation used for the model c-_ \ DON'T GET Elclreo \ {
The committee, Mesdames Trew. Mkhlg. offers another tilt"-roof
Esther Craig, Mildred Rlggs, As activities were well underway .--,llt'l11lI1! ,I it tout solar sr'leentreat ..- rr.: THAT'S NOTHING NEW V
Marquerlte Mctwan and Miss made BE A 'FRIEND' !iincut well gable\ roof
announcement was as as a "
Hazel Drew served delicious that another fifty $10 certificates TO YOUR LIBRARY [ Read' the 'Wa-nt Ads \,itton \\Ith coveted' eutn.Paulv N/IPLESI9/Rt/HEJ'
of indebtedness were beIng J"If"| reported that since open S" FL V
Belli Denies He's cancelled. yY of Michigan !Monies In The

The next chicken and rib

Mad At Anyone barbecue will be held at the
home Sunday. April 5th, for a
donation of $1.50 when the
After Ruby CaseSAN general public Is Invited.

Each Friday night a special .
FRANCISCO (AP)-At. shrimp planer Is available for sua
torney Melvin M. Belli, fired as 50 cents donation. Also each
Jack Ruby's counsel and de.
Saturday night beginning at nine '
nounced by the American Bar
there Is live music for dance
Association, says he Is not bit.
ter at anybody.The ing.Another ANIERIC1Smost / -
fiery lawyer, fresh from youth dance sponsored : ; ';
Thursday night's flight to San by the Legion at the Com- J ,f'r
Francisco from Mexico City via munity Hall will be on Friday ,t ,
Tla Juana and San Diego, said night March 27. t,

he was "steamed up and raring A special guest at the anniversary -
to go" with a news conference party was Red Buck-

scheduled for today. ley, a charter member as wellas modern refinery
Belli told his
newsmen during
past-commander of Fairfax,
stopover; at San Diego, "We : .
Va., post. He Is a friend and
knew Wtt couldn't win, that the
jury would jam a verdict of visitor here each year at the
guilty down our throats, and H. G. Willis home In Bonita
K'ioy and his family were ape Springs. He congratulated the
prised of this through the trial. local group on the progress : Florida" .
Ruby received the death pen. they have made since their serving
alty Saturday In Dallas for mur. inception a few short years S p.ow
derlng Lee Harvey Oswald, the ago .
accused assassin of President
John F. Kennedy ,.
Mystery Blast ,
t '
On Wednesday night, Ruby'ssister '
Eva Grant, sent a letterto Rips Barge Apart; .rf1
"
Belll's San Francisco office ,: '
saying his services were no Kills 2, Hurts 12 tyFrh .i
longer wanted. She said the 'rl7'\ ''':''r .,t.t .
family was "dissatisfied with ALAMEDA, Calif. that(AP)shook- A :1 1 \':t: :' With giant strides, the South marches forward.
the defense" Belli offered. mystery explosion ,..,. :f :,: : .
two cities tore a hole In a huge
The American Bar Association : .Ji.:;;'\ ,!'At -" '
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ocean going barge Thursday, .. .
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killing two workers and Injur, ) atilt : n r More industries! More people! More tourists! More '
told Ye.y ,
president, Walt, C. Craig, a ., wtl t .1.' .JJIV *# ft .?. '
12 others. .
tag z
.,. A .
meeting Wednesday of the San .r 1"rpt\ .MIti '' '
'
Francisco Bar Association that The blast, cause unknown, :, ,it. \ 'f.l }, income! And-far more automobiles, requiring a I
!50-foot section of l'
ripped open a
Belli had shown flagrant dlsre.
gard for the code of profession the barge's stern and caused a "'I ,j' }';f: .,, hundreds of millions of gallons of petroleum ,
shock felt In neighboring .
wave
"
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al ethics and Belll's oath as an "
Oakland and in San Francisco, :' each .
attorney. ,'" products year.
eight miles away. ., ." '

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construction of America's most modern oil refinery t


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oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest '

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eight weeks of military police training at the U S, i ,t J

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war control and self-defense, The 23-year-old soldier +

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combat training at Fort Jackson, S. C A 1958 / w 4

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Naples' Football Talent KANSAS CITY (AP)-=Cazzle season with the ranking of the
Russell has a tender ankle, nation's No. 1 college basket
Duke had a minor plane mis. ball team. Michigan was second SPORTS
hap, UCLA Is fighting the dol. and Duke third Kansas

BY DAVID UYOX ',. T drums and Kansas State Is alonishot. State which had to upset Wich.
Coaches and player hope for .r'.r't 1' All of which, the varl ita In the Midwest regional to . . . . . . . .

and crowd ous coaches say, means pra!". gain the semifinals was un.
good weather a good : ;
tonight for the Naples High : tlcally nothing. ranked. 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday March 20, 1964
The four coaches with teamsin "Since we're plating in our
School football Intrasquad (;} tonight's NCAA basketball area, it figures that we're. rOe k
game, which will\ match the ; J Championship: semifinals out. Ing to have a lot of: Kansas
Blues against the Whites at c4 : State win.
.11 lined their troubles after brlet supporters on hand,
800'at the high school field. r: I ", workouts Thursday, then confl. ter observed -And there nut
Tickets will be on ale at ;;, .I ; dently repeated their vows of be an advantage in plating !

the gate, and for SO centS a : -. optimism.Each her. Wt play here three times
student or adult follower of the : of the quartet John each year and our boys like to

Egales can get a good look at \ 1. Wooden of UCLA Dave Strack play in Kansas Cit, Matbe >
next fall's players in action tJ : of Michigan, Vie Bubas of Duke those are advantages. If thet
; and Tex Winter of Kansas State are, we'll take 'em. We need
The 1964
this Eagles
spring. r1J l -said he felt his team had a all the help we ran pet.'' .
appear to be one of the strongest legitimate shot at the cham. Kansas State, beaten 7873 b\

teams Coach Jerry Morris plonshlp none of them has ever semifinal opponent UCLA In the

has had here.Tonight's won before. regular season, has won 13
game will climax ( > ef \ The line-up has Atlantic Coast straight It features a zone de. tltnryl! i iti

the annual month-long spring f a Conference champion Duke 25* len.e. built around 7-foot Roger f

practice. This year's spring 4, playing Big Ten co.champlon Suttner and the scoring and

workouts are ending a week or Michigan 224, In the opener rebounding of Willie Murrell.

earlier than In the Top-ranked UCLA, 28.0, takeson Wooden discounted any' pres.
two past ------ -- "" -" "-"'---'-

to give football players a longer BLUE TEAM, which will comp: ,j in is end Walter Ritchie, third from rightin State Big 22.5.Eight In champion the second Kansas came. sures up In an that undefeated may have season been built and

track season. This will Naples High School mtrasquad foot middle row, and Coach Jerry How The winners meet Saturday for the No. 1 ranking, but admitted"we ,
be the second for trackat .
year ball at 8:00 lines ell will direct the team the title. were fortunate to get t
and football game tonight : up
the coaches -
Naples,
UCLA finished the regularS through the regional. There
are aware of the benefitsof for the camera. Captain of this group was a letdown after finishing 1rL4i

.. .. .._..
track to well- -
a program the regular season. I don't think
conditioned football players. Pedro Sar, Jim Keen, and it will\ happen here, but It's pos
Turner. slbl@"

STARTERSProbable The mighty Bruins have! a HOBE HOOSER, University of Florida football scout

starters for tonight's DEFENSEOn blistering running attack, featuring was in Naples Wednesday to take a look at some of
are as follows defense, the Blue will the backcourt pair of "
game :
Hooser
have Walt Hazzard and Gall Good. Naples High School's "college prospacts.
BLUE --Ends Walter Ritchie Bass Steele Moss,
rich and a disturbing zone with NHS assistant coach Bill Bryanon
(left) has word
(team captain) and John Bass, Breeden, Ellers, and Lamar press. They're the shortes* a
Evers the line Ritchie and the field. Hooser was for 10 defensive -
tackles Gene Moss and Capper on team in the tourney, with no practice years
Breeden guards Ray Ellers Billy Bryan at !linebackers, and starter over 6.foot.5. coach at Florida, and now is administrative assistant

and Wayne Jenkins, center Morton, Caner Bryan, and r Duke was shaken up a bit to the athletic director. (NEWS photo)
Jerry Rose, fullback Billy Townsend at halfbacks White when its charter plane skidded,

Bryan, tailback Caner Bryan, defenders will be Woodruff, off a raln.sllck runway Just aft.er a tie for 30th place after scram
wingback Alan Foster, and Treadwell, Orschell, Hackney, landing at the Kansas City Snead LeadsIn bUng to a par 72 in a round that

blocking back Frank Townsend. Law rence, and Unkeless on the k Airport. There were no Injuriesand Second RoundOf included a double.bogey
line Turner and Clark less than an hour later the Player complaining that the
WHITE -- Ends Steve Clark backing sJ
team was taking part in a Doral course 'Is tuu exacting"
them and Koch Stoner and t f> Doral l Teen
(team captain) and Richard up, cy
closed! workout at Municipal did even worse with a 73 after
Woodruff, tackles Keith Or- Keen deep. Auditorium. MIAMI Fla. (AP) Sam hitting Into a water trap to takea
schell and Hackney, guards Coach Jerry Howell wlllhan- "There's no reason It should Snead still booming his shots double-bogey seven on the
Archie Turner and Lee Tread-, die the Blues, and Coach Bill have any effect," Bubas said. off the tees at the age of 51, eighth hole.

well center Brad Unkeless, Bryan will direct the Whites. "No one was hurt. We just led the year's strongest golf Jack NIcklaus shot III 70, al.
wingback Bob Koch, tailback Coach Morris will help out both skidded off the runway. field Into the second round of though he said, "I didn't drive

Donald Walker, blocking back sides on defense. The ACC champs, like UCLA, the $50,000 Doral Open Tourna. well, my Iron shots were only
Van Weeks, and fullback Nick Both teams plan to make use WHITE TEAM, hoping to beat the Clark, fourth from left in back row. offer a fast-break offense and ment today. fair, and my putting was terri)

Pedro. of the' ."formation plays which Blues in tonight's intrasquad battle, Coach Bill Bryan is handling this team have good rebounding In a cou. Racking up a four-under-par ble"

Blue reserves Include line- players have learned just this takes time out from practice for this while Head Coach Jerry Morris will pie of foot.10 operatives Jay 68 In the opening round despitehis
Buckley and Hack Tison. Back. usual putting difficulties, Ferraris Get
men George Frye, Eric Steele, spring. The new offensive ser- White's is end Steve help both sides defensive
picture. captain plot strategy. court ace Jeff Mull ins is the Slammtn' Sam staked a first.
.Rick Festa, Chip Murray-. les has been Installed with the .team quarterback and top scorer round claim on the $7,500 first First 5 PostsIn
Lamar Evers Steve Sargent, Intent of making the Eagles har- the same direction as the block- to the Intrasquad battle will with a 24,4 average prize awaiting the winner Sun.
Larry Evers Doug Barnett, der to defend against next fall Ing back and lines up directly be divided between the junior Mrs. Wolfe Wins Russell, Michigan's sopho. Sebring Meet

and David Bales; and backs The "I" will be used along with behind him. Behind the full- high and senior high athletic HoleInWallGolfing more backcourt sensation still day.One stroke behind were Mike SEEKING (AP) If one Fer- I

Bill Morton John Salle, and the standard single-wing. back Is the tailback, who occupies programs is nursing his right ankle, In. Souchak Dave 1-1111. Bob Shave rarl doesn't do It, another one
Bob Fredrlckson. In the "1", the blocking back the same place he would Title jured in Big Ten play, Strack Jr., Bert Yancey Joe Lopez Sr. will. That's the way the script at I

White reserves will be line- moves a couple steps ( to his occupy In the singlewing.Naples' Capt. Matthew \\ebb of Great said. and Ken Venturi. Ten others Sebrlng reads, and It's a famil.
men Rex Stoner left, generally) and takes the schedule Britain was the first person to Mrs. Walter Wolfe was declare "He limps on It until he's were only two strokes off the lar theme.
Terry Morgan complete
ed club
the new champion in ceremonies
swim the English Channel His "
Doug Lawrence Mike snap from center In the style for next fall Is expected to be held caught up In the game, Strack pace. John Surtees of England and
yesterday by the
time in 187$. from Dover to said. "It's a handicap but he Snead who plays in only a Lorenzo
Frye, John Gibbs, Paul Cal- of a "T" quarterback The announced at the game tonight. Calais, was 21 hours and 45 lady golfers at the Hole.ln-the. will be able to !go at near full, few tournaments but continuesto start In the Bandinl lead of Italy will
lan, and BlllSpencer; and backs fullback moves forward and In Proceeds from sale of tickets minutes, Wall golf club Mrs. W. W.Cork. capacity. Let's say he'll start." add substantially each year their Ferrari when position the 12-liour with

ran was honored as a runner. Physically, Michigan Is the to one of golf's biggest bankrolls Sebring endurance race goes off

up to the champion.also strongest team in the tourney, complained\ that be.missed. .,at 10 a.m. (est) Saturday. 1
Honors went to Mrs. Frank
has excellent from five birdie
rebounding putts. The next four positions also
Ross as champion of the first two husky 6-foot front linemen This Is his first start on the belong to( Italian.made Ferraris
C'1 4QEFREESOATINCSkipper \ flight division and to Mrs. Paul
tour this year. The West Vlr.glnian in the hands of equally skilled
Williams of
as winner the second
started In only 12 out of and renowned International drlv.
night bracket. I 43 tournaments In 1963 but still era

Play in yesterday's regular Exhibition/ / collected more than $28,000.The That just about shuts out the
HERE weekly outing was under a blind
STARTS
7028.yard Doral Country
Ford4 powered Cobras, barring a
bogey arrangement, and Mrs. Club "Blue Course," called the rash of mechanical trouble that

W V -* w H m mr psWiW a w copping first place In ClassA.
gobbled up two of golf's Big tested Ferraris
Mrs. Perry Sturges was second By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three, Arnold Palmer and Gary The five fastest Ferraris all
Smith's MarinaNOW in the class. Thursday's Results Player broke the old mark.
i Class B honors went to Mrs.
New York (N) 5, Detroit 0 Palmer still looking for his The sixth starting position Is I
Williams who also
was a flight
winner in the club tournament. New York (A) 2, Pittsburgh 0 first victory of 1964, finished in held by a Ford Cobra.
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2
Second honors went to Mrs.

OFFERS COLLIER COUNTY'S ONLY Courtney Reeves. Baltimore Los Angeles 6, (Minnesota N) !3 I, Mllwau.2 The Dogs At 'Bontts I
Mrs. H. Remington won In kee 4 ,' .
Class C and Mrs. R. C. Pat.
Philadelphia 3, Washington 1
terson was Rocky Mink \I I favored lo score .
runner-up. Naples Fort Myers Keene) Cluo.
Houston 1 A 0
Chicago ) (12
It announced that next ( her tenth of the in the
COMPLETELY ENCLOSED STORM PROOF was Innings) win season In the attention directed i* the
week's play will be conducted Cleveland 17, Boston 10 featured tenth rare tonight at the. duel between Laredo Mrs Mar

DIRT FREE: IN-OUT STORAGE FACILITYKeep der a best ball-f our some arrange San Francisco 15, Los Angeles RESULTS- and J W's Irishman, this! younggirl's
A 12Cincinnati record hits been overlooked.
ment.Eight members of West. Point's ( ) First T-II,10 Quln. M*,4t This April 1962 daughter of Rocky
with Effort
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Doubla (7 7) |M.20 win 'tonight;: she i-nuld tie J W*
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More goes: I way Gay Ramblar ((4) 110 110
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GOP Chairmen Of rrida. \irch| 20. 1961/ COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7

European Economy 7 Counties Hold (Gary; Randall


Strategy MeetingOn i I'r- Ifcginb Training
Helps American
Sales ThereBy Saturday, March 14th the
seven republican county execu. Vt (great: LakesGar

SAM DAWSON value of total i i ii clu ion ,.n i live committee chairmen from L. Randall, 17, son of
I AP Business News Analyst goods and ser\l I..s< !ohoullmt-,i i the sixth Congressional Districtmet 1ik Mr. Mrs. John H. Randall
)' NEW YORK a economy is due to keep on rls. standard of thing I in i I- utulw_ Clewiston for the express pur. has \', 'm basic (.raining at the
the and so are the opportunities than, In the tilted; States in pose of planning the campaign I I H 1 1r Nasal !raining Center, Great
for American sales there. Fiat other word., ianter mirktt, !* of John Steele, Republican can. Lakes ni
Is the happy prediction of oversea dldate for Congressman from the N The me.week training In.
American International bankers Rising osU of prodm tlon and sixth Congressional District, and I l ludes i\al orientation, historyand
scanning the latest trade Increased l prices are ilreidv Claude R. Kirk Jr., candidatefor ',luanlzatlon, seamanship,
figures. plaguing the ; the U. S. Senate running
urom, Common ordi! Ui"" a and gunner military;
They also note that the United Market, economists at against Incumbent Spessard Hoi. drill (list t aid an survival
Slates sells much more to tu.; Morgan Guarant Trust Co., land.. Dun;'" the training recruits
ropeans than It buys from New York, point out. The trend Attending the meHti; ere receive tests and Interviews
a them.' With European produc. seems still higher Col.. Carroll Muffatt, Hr ward whir determine their future

tlon costs now on the way up, For American producers this Count chairman. ; M,,iStark, I a9l."iments In th Navy Upon
the markets look even better means less competition In many Palm Beach Count\ 1.lrmoAlI'Mrs. ,. Gwt completing' the program they are
k for the Yankee trader unless markets those In Europe:: In John T, Thomas. vice chair. I assigned! to service schools for
European nations restore some the rest of the world, and also man from Palm Beach; Lester technical training or to ships
of the old barriers against here at home where foreign 1m. Hern, Collier County chairman, and station for on-the.job training RT
American goods. ports have been a problem for Mildred Wenzel Collier Count In a Nav rating specialty.
Europe's Gross National Pro. some Industries.The state committeewoman! ; Col. C.J. Naval training produces the
duct should go up between four six Common Market na. Hime Collier County RepublicanClub power In seipower b>' supplying
and five per cent a year dons are France, West Ger. president; Charles P. lot!'. qualified personnel to man the I
through the rest of this decade many, Italy, the Netherlands, Cool, member of Collier County ship! pl.1Jles. and shore stationsof I
yl In the view of economists at the Belgium and Luxembourg.Their Republican Club, R. E.Burchard. toda) 's Nary
Chase Manhattan Bank, New trade deficit with the Hendr)' County Chairman, James r
York. And since the population United States was $2.5 billion In Click, Glade County Lhalrman, ....--
growth will be less than one per 19C3. U.S. businessmen sold 13 and Harry Schooley, state com. RowanBurton
cent a year, the rise In this per rent more goods there last mltteeman and tax collector from THE VIEW I I SUP Metal scaffolding, retembl ng giant spidei web Ii C. Rowan who lived In
year than they did In 1962, but L 'e County. silhouetted .t we look up *t the Interior of the dome of Baltimore City Hall The man the S.niton Subdivision In Don It a

In turn Imported only five per straddling scaffolding' Is a worker sssignod' to clean the rotunda and Inside the dome, Springs: died at Lee Memorial
Collier County cent more. Allstate Company llospltil In Fort Mjerslast) night(
Production costs, and prices, lie was a retired building con-
Motors LaudedIn have been rising fast in Eu Files AntiTrustSuit Soviet Police DeGaulle Mexican Visit tractor
rope. Slice 1960 wage Increases Funeral arrangements are being .
outran productivity gains by Vs 'Central'Charging nude at the Richard A. Pitt
Haul Students
Sales PushThe three to one In the manufacturing ; that the public has man Funeral; Home III Naples

Industries of some of the been "deprived of the benefitsof Really Changed NothingMEXICO
management and sales bigger Industrial nations. Brit. From EmbassyMOSCOW Shafer
free the All-
competition,
staff of Collier County Motors, aln has had the same expert
local dealer for Ford products, ence. state Insurance Company has (AP) Soviet police CITY CAP) Presi. De Gaulle may have tried to Clarence E. Shafer, CO( who
are credited with materially aid Labor cost per unit of output filed an anti-trust suit againstthe hauled protesting Moroccan dent Charles de Gaulle's visit to project an Image of himself as lived at Second and Valle Drive
Ing In the Jacksonville District has stayed about level In the Central Jersey Auto Body students out of Morocco's Em. Mexico this week was heralded a helpful big brother but he In Don It a Stores, died at Jack
finishing In first place national. United States between 1960 and Association, Inc., and Its 100 bassy In Moscow during the as the start of a drive to extend may have found that many Lat. son Memorial Hospital In Miami
ly In the recent "Tournament of 1963 while It was rising In repair garage members, char- night after pleading failed to French Influence through Latin In Americans don't want u hag last night.
Champions" sales Incentive France and In America He Is survived by his widow\ ,
pro. Germany, Italy ging conspiracy to fix pricesof budge them. brother.
gram sponsored by the Lincoln. Great Britain. De Gaulle Mrs Dorothy Shafer of Don it a,
automobile repairs and partsat The students, about 50 strong, plans a tour of
Mercury Division of Ford Mo. But the continuing rise In were taken back to their dor. South America In the fall What General a son, Clarence J, of hialeah/ ,
artificially high levels. Jung and a sister! Mrs E. F. cttel
tor Co. their general economies leads mltories in buses about eight effect did his four days In Mex.
The filed
suit In the United -
Bill! Morton, sales manager the economists at the Chase was hours short of their goal of a 24. Ico have on Mexican polio'f Hauls In GiantLoggerhead of Pennsylvania
of the Naples concern, was com Manhattan to predict that by States District Court in Newark hour sit.ln.The "Nothing has really changed"some Funeral arrangements arebeing
mended by district sales off I. 1970 the after-tax personal In. N.J. The action charges students occupied the em. Mexican officials\ com. TurtleA made at the Earl G.
clals for "your contribution in comes of these Industrial countries unreasonable restraint of Inter- 1 b making our district and the Sou. will rise enough to make state trade and commerce In |protest against death sentences The 73-year-old French hero giant loggerhead, turtle whose
them Region the 'national ownership ratios of refrigera. the sale and Installation of auto ,ordered In Rabat for 11 persons was unsparing In the praise he weight was estimated at 200 Church Loses In
Champs' of the contest." tors, washing machines, and parts and In repair of damaged i convicted of plotting to assassl. heaped on Mexico pounds was boated by General
Morton said Collier County television sets comparable to autos, a violation of the i ute Morocco's King Hassan U. Mexicans responded with C. E, Jung while on a tarpon Fight Against
Motors hit 275 per cent of Its those already In effect In the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. A A student leader said the So. their limitless hospitality, even hunt In Goodland Bay on Thurs Fluoridation Law
quota during the sales event. United States giving De Gaulle the unprecedented day.General
national trade The Independent let
group i officials told them the Mo. Jung was fishing with
honor of addressing the SPRINGFIELD ILL. AP-
Garage One-rs;" Association >roccan government had askedhe Warren (
BEIITLEs'ye Sackman and Mason Scud.
yov THINK THE Mexican nation from the bal. The Illinois Supreme Court has
I of Americawas nam- Soviet ambassador In Rabato der of South Winds Drive aboard ruled
cony of the National Palace. that adding fluorides to
C'Gor' THE BERT ? ed as co-conspirator. have something done. Mexicans, while returning the Bcudder's 3D-toot"Wond(>rer D," public water supplies/ to reduce
Three buses .
loaded with po.Ice when the loggerhead hit and swal.
THEN You 'AE IN STYLE 0 In 1778, John Parke Curtis, 1 wheeled up outside the em. know compliments they had, basic let De differences Gaulle lowed Jung's hook and bait. dental constitutional decay rights dues not of Individ.violate

stepson of George Washington, *lassy about 1:30 a,m. and cor. In Durwood Salter, skipper of the ual citizens

/NAN AIRLINE sEAr. bought 1,100 acres along the loned several off nearby streets. When President policy. Adolfo Lopez Mate. "Wonderer II," said that while The opinion was handed down
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ranking officers had no giant turtles
Potomac River, He named the testate letter luck os, a champion of the limited are 'occasionallynagged' Wednesday on a challenge
with the students during tarpon hunts In to the right of the city of Chi.;
nuclear test ban said In
"Arlington" after an an-t han the others, police movedn a deep water, It was the first time to treat Us drinking water
NAP Es lI/ L/NEs luncheon toast to De Gaullet cago
FL Y cestral home In Virginia's North.; and carried the Moroccans "We do not want our historyto her knew of a loggerhead swallow. Chicago has Wen fluoridatingwater

hampton County. way.. disappear amid atomic radiations. Ing both hook and bait, The tur. since May I9SC.
tie was later released. the basis of evidencethat
We must all make of. "Upon
forts to maintain International Other Interesting events of the fluoridation t!'>ducf'sclOth\

harmony and peace, and to foster fishing trip, according to decay In children and that Us
a general and absolute dls. General Jung, were one tarponrun ingestion In the small amounts
armament." and a second unidentified involved has no harmful ppets1IJmIt'
Strike which,,took out 225 Ha. -
"' y* the'l1urn lYf"1Tody,1hP'"tt'lllrtfound
'I. r.'fanrnftr lo De
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Gaulle's determination to con. before finally cutting the 70. that the fluoridation pro.
pound test line at the swivel
was a reasonable and
gram
tlnue nuclear testing until
France develops Its own nucle. proper exercise of the city's po.
s p- ar strike force. lice power III the Interest of
Lopez Mateos stated shortly Holland FlaysDesegregation public health," stated the opln.
Ion written by Justice Joseph
before De Gaulle arrived he had
no Intention of following the Dally.
Frenchman's move In recogniz. In Rights Hill The challenge was made In
Mexico the names of a dentist, two
Ing Red China, although
has begun to sell cotton and WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. housewives and a member of
wheat to Peking. S|>essard L. Holland attackedthe the Christian Science Church
Uup Now that the confetti has been civil! rights bill Thursday in who contended fluorIdation Is a
a lengthy address on the Senate did nut
swept away, Mexico, while wel. health hazard The court
coming French aid and friend. floor rule on the Christian Scientist's
Holland\ singled out the school N
ship, will continue to pursue its contention that drinking fluorl.!
own policy of Independence, desegregation section of the bill, dated water violated his religion .
declaring It contained "unllmlt. ,
ed authority to bring about com.
3-Day ConventionAt pulsory Integration of schools."
What Negroe. really need and Holds Sales Tax

East Naples want Is better schools, not Inte. To
grated schools, !Holland said. Not Applicable
Gospel Church ---
Guide Boat Fees

A three day spiritual life Marco Road TALLAHASSEE (AP) State
convention started today at the
Revenue Commissioner J. fcd;
Church (Continued from rage 1)
Full Gospel Community Straughn today reversed himself
located one block east of Kelly was Mackle's opinion MIDC will and declared that the fees paid

Road In Avalon Estates provide a public beach at Marco barter boat and guide! boat op.
Services tomorrow, Saturdaywill island There Is no public rutors are not subject to the
be at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. beach now, but the former own- slat sales tax
Special Communion service,the ers allowed the public to use /He said that the new Interpre.
first to be held In the non the Marco beach at will, tatton was basel, on rulings of
denonlmatlonal church will be the Florida attorney general and
Polly also told commissioners -
said that the rule applying the
at 11 a.m. Sunday. af that Don
Sunday county agent tax will be rescinded retroactive
ternoon service will begin at Lander flan offered to remain
to July Refunds may be claimedhe
2:30: p.m. with an evening service In his position for an ImmedIate said

0D at 7 p.m. raise of $100 a month, Boat rental In which the rus.
Out of town guest speakers and a hike to $12,000 a year turner operates the craft, andorailed That
Q will Include the Rev. Kent New- from his present 19,300. Lander & party boat charges
man director of Living Waters has been offered job In where. the cost Is a flat. fee per Pleases .
Bible Institute of Beaumont, the sugar and cities Industries, person, still will bo subject to

Yes.; Evangelist Gerald Deri- paying more money that Lander the tax, he said. For

tire of Sarasota, editor of Harvest gets tow, the chairman said, 'lh, I,vcrlsiJ- .. Minimal Perk

Time publications; and f he board took the 1I"tterIn' in Florida was eMuhlishcJ In
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, March 20 1964
, Tomorrow's Garden Tour Aids LibraryProceeds


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from this year's Burnham home whose semi- dance floor A series of log-
I'y' d sale of tickets to Naples' fam- tropical Indoor and outdoorgar- gias connect the main houseto
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pa ,, ed Home and Garden tour scheduled den. Is recognized u one of a guest house as well as
for tomorrow afternoon the most beautiful In Naples. lighthouse which Juts out over
starting at 1:30: will benefit Mrs. Burnham Is president of the beach.
lart the Friends of the Library the Naples Garden Club. ,
Building Fund and will be usedto AYRES HOME r---
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beautify the grounds surrounding HOFFMANN APARTMENTThe Regency furniture with an
f the library when the Gulf front apartment of emphasis on French antiques
>M Building Is completed.Four Col. and Mrs. Hoffmann Is actually feature the Robert Ayres homeIn
of Naples' outstanding two apartments turned Into Port Royal. The formal
homes and gardens plus a Gulf one and most of the furnish- living room Is dominated bya
front co-operative apartmentwill ings were custom designed.Hand large painting of the Adria-
be open to the public on blocked linen curtains tic resort city of Ostlo. Other ::iK
the tour which Is sponsoredby frame the large expanses of paintings are by Italian and ..
the Naples Garden Club. glass throughout the apartmentwith English artists. The home con- 1
The apartment and homes special attention given to tains a collection of boxes gathered ..
which may be visited duringthe the luxurious bath suites. Specially by Mrs. Ayres over a A I
tour are as follows: .designed gold leaf paperIs period of years and Include porcelains -
"Mansion House" apartmentof used on the walls of the silver and crystal.
r44 Col. and Mrs. Carl 0. Hoffmann master bath.A Many of the Candelabra and _
: 1601 Gulf Shore Boulevard large breakfront coveredIn priceless silver objects were s I
a_ ,, t ; home of Mr. and Mrs. 14-carat gold leaf and given created for the Ayres while _
Richard Wolfe.125 First Street, to Col. Hoffmann by the Kingof they were residents of Mex- \ 3
1 North; home of Mr. and Mrs. Slam Is one of the featuresof ico City.

Robert Ayres 3443 Rum Row the living room which over- ..
Port Royal; home of Mr. and looks Gulf waters. S AIL'S PACE'
Mrs. Truman Brown 963 Gal- The grounds of "Snail's
1 leon Drive Port Royal and the WOLFE RESIDENCEThe Pace" theTrumanBrownhomeon f
r ri home of Mr, and Mrs. John home and gardens of the Galleon Drive were land- ,
/ Burnham, 182S Fourth Street Richard Wolfe residence on scaped by an architect whostu- !
South. First Street, North contain one died in Japan and there Is a s
Tickets are $2.00 each and of the most valuable collectionsof definite Oriental feeling to the ,
may be purchased at any of marble and bronze statuaryIn garden and plantings. Home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe
the homes designated on the Florida. The main houseIs A spacious terrace overlooksthe I
ENGAGED Mr and Mrs. C. S. Pitzer, 3240 West tour. Hours for the tour are built around a central for- Bay of Naples and there Is ,

Polo Road, Winston-Salem, N. C., annQunce the en- from 1:30: to 5:00p.m. Punch mal garden which features a a superb view of the water from II I I
gagement of their daughter, Nancy Keener, to the will be served visitors at the swimming pool and a sunkenmmokalee every room In the house This

Rev. Esmond Thomas of the Lee Me- -... .. -......- ----. home, completed only last fall, 1I I
Wayne pastor --- --
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boasts ancestral
many portraits
morial Methodist Church of Bonita Springs. Miss
as well as a varied collectionof
Pitzer Is a graduate of Old Town High School of Win- j. News We wood, Bristol and

iton-Salem and Pfeiffer Junior College, Misenhaimer, S Lustre ware.
BY MRS. W. GARRETT
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N. C. Reverend Thomas Is a graduate of Venice-No- .. .. .
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., .. BURNHAM RESIDENCEThe
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komis High School, In Venice, Florida Southern Collegeof Miss Janet Iris Wilson of Mrs. Buck Garrett Mike and semi-tropical gardens

Lakeland, and Asbury Theological Seminary, Wil- Plant City Fla., and James Dave; Mr. and Mrs. Carrol both indoor and out, dominate: f
more, Ky. The wedding will take place at Mt. Tabor 0, Hurley of Christian Acres Roney and Carol; Mr. and Mrs. the John Burnham residence on
Methodist Church in Winston-Salem. Immokalee were quietly married Earl Taylor and Jacky; Mrs. Fourth Street South. Featuresof
Tuesday evening. Mrs. Edith Clifton and Mrs. Mabel the outstanding garden Include -
Ann Wells performed the Impressive Spires. a red passion vine whichIs
&4t ta ring ceremony. The The barbecue and style show now in full bloom as wellas ,
I bride wore a beautiful white sponsored by the American Legion a rare white-and-blue bird
By Sue- Glover linen suit. Mr.and Mrs,Hurley Auxiliary Unit 146 drewa of paradise also blossoming. f : : r
I Ml 3-60TT have purchased acreage In large crowd of spectators Adding Interest to the outdoor izl:
Christian Acres where they planto Sunday. Tom Brown Willie garden Is an unusual "satin -
Boyl The driving sure Is are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John reside McGlll and Charlie Flick were leaf" tree native to Collier Home of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Brown
getting rough on the East Trail. Luellen of Harmony Shores. The Lions Club held Its regular on hand to do the barbecuing. County.
I'm still detourlng by way of Guests this week of Mr. and meeting at Alene's Restaurant Officials of the auxiliary attending -
Davis Boulevard when poss ible. Mrs. Charles Alexander were Monday night. After from out of town were: r. Legion Auxiliary
A bridal shower was held Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wrightof the business meeting they were Mrs. Elsie Fisher 8th district
Tuesday evening at the homeof New Lisbon Ind. served a delicious dinner. president of Punta Gorda; Plays Host To
Martha honoring Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.SldneyStevens Those attending were Frank Lillian Cleveland executive District LeaderMrs.
Ray Hall the former Sybil of Brighton. Mich., spent a few Warrlner Roland WalkerGene committeewoman and past commander ,w ySn'pm. ,+W' Townsend en.
Gibson. Co-hostesses with days this week In Harmony Stone lonnie Curry Charles of Post 101 Punta tertalned Virginia the American Legion
Mrs. Bargo were Lucille Shores visiting their friends. Markham Foster Olroyd Gorda. Auxiliary at her home on Davis
Shields,Mozelle Echols Rachel Mr. and Mrs, W.L. Sowers Phillip Crews Murry Canova William G. Price presidentof Boulevard Wednesday night
Holbrook and Helen Griffin. held open house Sunday. March and Sam Heath. the Bank of Everglades was Special guest for the meeting
Games were played one of ISth in their new home onGor- The revival at the Churchof the principal speaker. His was Mrs. Elsa Fisher 8th Dls.
which ended with a unique giftto don Street for their friends and God on Second Street Is theme was "Immokalee My !! fl I : jrJ trict president from Punta Gorda.
the bride. Decorated loose- residents of Harmony Shores. still In progress with the Rev Home" in which he said the She was accompanied by 8th Dls.
leaf pages were passed out to PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY, W.R. Sapp as evangelist. Ev- reception he received upon trlct chaplain 1. Fort Myers Post
each guest who wrote her advice This was one of those mornIngs eryone li invited to attend.. first coming to this commun- No 38, Mrs. Dorothy Obrecht
to the bride on the page. when I got up late, The official board meetingof ity Impressed both him and his and Legion Executive Committee. i
The pages were collected and didn't have my usual time to the First Methodist Churchwas family and he Is now proudto Gorda.man Lillian\ L. Cleveland, Punta

placed in an artistic cover and awaken slowly scampering a- held Monday night with final consider Immokalee his Vice President Ethel Echols
presented to the bride. The bout to get friend Hubby off to plans being completed for home which It Is In every sense presided over the business meet.
bride received a bountiful array work etc. By that time I quarterly conference this Sun of the word. "I believe that tog The unit decided to send
of lovely gifts and the best was not too much In the mood the potential for this commun- two girls to Girl State, names
wishes of all her friends. for work myself. Since I was day.Mr.. and Mrs. Abe Skinner ity Is outstanding" he said, of the girls to be announced
Tuesday a group of ladles raised with an aversion to was- and children Karen and Kelly "and am most happy to be a later.
from the East Naples Bap- ting food. I throw all the break- spent the weekend In Fort My- part of this community," Money will be sent to National
tilt Church attended The Vacation fast scraps toast and so forth ers with her parents, Mr. and Merchants participating In l0 Child Welfare to be used to help
Bible School Clinic which crumbled under a tree at the Mrs J.E. Mattern. Friendsand the style show were C & C secure drinking water for the

Iwas held at the Riverside Bap side of our yard and the birds relatives of Mrs. Mattern Mercantile with Mrs. Louise z ___ ___ __.___________.+_a"_..'_.J ____ _____ schools During In the El Salvadore.social hour, St.
Church In Fort Myers. flock there to feed. Lately It gave her a surprise birthday Brown modeling clothes shoes
Patrick were played .
Day :.
the clinic the have taken and The Showcase Hoffmann in Mansion House games
Those attending were seems crows party Sunday. bags. and apartment a color scheme of green and
Dot Luke Louise Gibson Betty precedence but then I suppose Rev. andMrs.Haroldshearer Family Shoe Store with models white being used in table decora
Emerlck Lynn Rlenertson they have their purpose, too. will attend a ministers' work- Vickie Valcourt, Ida tlons. Refreshments were ser.
Mary Grant Martha Bargo and This morning I heard an unus- shop In Tampa next week. Magee. Sherry Herrln Gall ved by the hostess to the follow.
4 Mrs. Ralph Leigh.Mr. ual amount of squawking from Wayne Marls who Is attend- Downs Barbara Permemer log members and guestsMes.
and Mrs. Henry Berry the crows so slipped to the ing the University of South Florida Connie Carter Dora Mcintyre dames Aline Bennett Marlon
of Frederick Street were guests door to watch. In the edge of In Tampa spent the week- and Mrs.Rosemary Perrnenter Holt, Jewell McCormick Lenita
of Mr. and Mrs. Glover and the weeds I saw what appeared end with his parents Mr. and modeling clothing shoes, Townsend Evelyn Clements Julie
son Bill Sunday afternoon fora to be a small rabbit hutch Mrs. J.R. Marls.BIRTHDAY. gloves and Jewelry. Hicks, Vivian Muriel Hicks Margaret Martha
Rosier Albright,
barbecue at their Naples Manor but It turned out to be a small 4l't
Stevenson Ella
; Swartz Margaret
Home. ground mole. Every time he FEED THE //ES Kleblne, Ruth Moreau Frances
started from the entrance of Mr. and Mrs James Spires Fltzek Anne Wynn Goldie
HARMONY SHORES NEWS his home a crow would advance honored their two children NEW YORK (AP) The Association 4 Fltzek, Alice Conrad, Ruby
Artists
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of Producing
Residents of Harmony Shores with a flutter of wings and a James Walter Jr. and Donna in four of Riser, Ethel Echols Kathleen
who have left this past week squawk and the mole would Marie on their birthday with a ports that It has presented years pity Sennett Ethel Fager, Lurlene
for their northern homes are retreat. Which just proves the barbecue at their home Saturday activity stretching from Chesser, Elsa Fisher Dorothy
Mr, and Mrs. Ed Brunswig struggle for existence goes on night. A delicious supper of Hamilton in engagements, Bermudato Ann Arbor, +v Obrecht, Lillian L. Cleveland.The .
en route to St. Francis Kansas at all levels of nature. ...Ah barbecue chicken and hamburgers Mich. ; next meeting will be April
1st at the Vivian Hicks tame
Dr. and Mrs. Stalnsby to me, It's off to work I go ... tossed salad cole slaw, Altogether, employment during I _
Danville. Pa$ and Mr. and See you next week. baked beans home made Ice the period has been provided for
Mrs. E.H. Heckelman to Newark cream and birthday cake was 60 actors. 9 directors, 10 de Save the shells when you remove -
When you are boiling chicken: 4 '5 teth them from raw shrimp when
Ohio served. Attending were Mr. signers, composers _
ft's safe to use a teaspoon of moans and 20 office workers, the shrimps are to go "as It"
and Evans Gale
Mrs. and
Mr. Clyde Mrs. Lloyd Brown
salt to a quart of water For rich; recently completed into some di.sh NUke a stock of
have returned to their homeIn and Dale Mr. and Mrs. Neal The company
; the
broth, boil down the broth after the second of three scheduled shrimp shells with a coupleof
St. Petersburg after a three the chicken la cooked through Brown JoAnne and Gary; Mr. as the resident troupeat cups of water, a small sliced
months stay at HarmonyShores.Mr. end has been removed from the and Mrs. Alton Clifton,Brenda seasons the University of Michigan. onion, u hay leaf and a few peppercorns
and Mrs H.L. Luellen liquid and seasonings. Tommy and Domle; Mr. and by boiling for about U
minutes Strain this stock and

4 t rt Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayres use tra good in a flavor seafood chowder for ex

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Study Voluntary -"

E Birth Control


t Welfare JACKSONVILLE Clients(AP) The :

iI .I State Welfare Board has set upa A g
committee to work with the
Sate Health Department In ere.atlnj .
a program of voluntarybirth
control for welfare rsctpl.nts. .
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The program aimed at help.
trig families on welfare to avoid
having unwanted children may
be submitted to the 1965 Legls.
lature.J. .
Harold Stalling of Tampa a ?
ar a- g welfare board chairman said sy
Thursday that too many children
for whom public aid is furnished
w tie are the result of unwanted preg.
,r' ,? I fr nancies.
1 One of the programs understudy '
? he said, would Include :
1I 1--- giving oral contraceptives to : ___
families receiving dependent

I LE liIkI children"The problem funds. of Illegitimate

births and unwanted children U
T ------. -.---- an ever Increasing one"he said. _* l
THEIR EASTER BONNETS won prizes. Wives of the David C Jones is seen, left, presenting tha prizes to 'It creates not only a moral and

members of the Naples Lions Club modeled their Mrs. E, N. Parker for the funniest hat; to Mrs. Harry criminal economic problem problem."but also an ww.4 -

I new Easter headgear for Rotarians at their Wednes. C Miller for the most original, Mrs. Coleman Boyd,
and Golden "the SWINGING MODERNS H.-". ,.,B. Oft the free,Now comfort ? homtfurn.shingi
day noon luncheon at the Naples Beach Club when the most beautiful Mrs. William BE A 'FRIEND' en display I" Frank -t, West .
Germany Dtl.gned by a Dana. Is dom
the winners. Here Mrs. most EI"'erish" (McGrath photo':') TO YOUR LIBRARY collection
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T>,o i h'kl! tt'tslnt out their" to visit Oscar and Melissa 4

tnchois here lit Naples" Land. Jenkins, formerly of the Harbor. 4

Yacht Harbor this past week They enjoyed) a day's fishing I

fJU art Mi. and Mrs. C. Whitman, and had lots of luck. Bet Barbie :
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lot of Fin Clinton\ Ohio Manlej' caught any fish the Tucks got.

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Mldmi/2-2/07 and Mildred Smith from Fl\, Ken; and I eno>'ed a surprise .

mouth, Mich; and Allcne Bout.enhouo visit from Assistant Postmaster

from :Naranja' Fla. General Norman R. Abranis and

Dill and Dart'ai',a Tiuklth his nice wife Ada. who are roe
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At aol I Margaret AIl'E'rt..nt tired any lIving in Fort Mr*.

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I-AnnouncementsPLAZA 48-Apfi. For Rent 59 Acreage
26-Personal mobile home, I f.el.o sort)'

RUBBER 1 bd.w fun sh.d aptt Near "> acre tracts 1500 dn and PUBLIC NOTICEIN for foks our ate with a Large house
BEAUTY SALON SrAMP that b..ch ''nd sbiipp.ig Weekly 15 00 par mo no interest |150 ,. and yard to care for.
IRS E. Taml-ml wake a rood Imprnllon. morON,5' 0' f..r round MId On. mile, from Golden Gate THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT
Midway. 2MFt Trail Any slit. Quick M"iu .w.v lOti lilltf City" Collier County Real, Es IN AND FOR Just received word my sister,
23119 COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDAIN Marlon Mann be this
mtl Open holl.,. may over
WILLS HAIR FASHIONSAll Collier County NEWS. : Air cond efficiency, ,s RE Estate of
and I week and I think I have just
branches Thomas L Pace. deceased
beauty service bdrm epts Near beach ?.wcne CASfTl2h
and Camp Site Sill '
417 Sth ALCOHOLICS No ill about convinced her that she
Ave So. ANONYMOUS S6 Case
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MI 17431 Men w....... wild drinking P/20/tf;;; and UII. acres 1 mile from GoldenGale I NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll should be here
with
I m le north of proposedFt us w even
311.513BoaflMotorl prH'le""i|. Call Ml 2 2F70 Meet"inu creditor* of the Estate of
Lauderdale road 0455 CASHAbsolutely .
Tuesdays and Fsi. a I 31m the finasi, iimvestmentp.nuulaiion THOMAS L PACE deceased are have m)' eye on a new 12foot wide

Csttego First Baptist 49-Houses For Rent ''n COli., County hereby notified and required to file I think she should like.
Churc claims or demands which they
Acces. today G H E Broker any Wonder what the la to
pt'NOR may have against said Estate In the answer as
I4nuti and 421 lIft St
for I
cottage MIdway
29-Professional Service Month year 411 loth Ave ns: 11110 lien Office, County of the Florida Cojnty Judge in the of courthouse Col.. why the lot next to us has not

YACHT BROKERAGE 1" b.lh three bedroom hDU'.. ,'ii East Naples Florida .with rented. I am anxious to Bee who

Complete unfurnished wIh 15 05ciptiOnof 61-Income .n sus, calendar months from 'h.d.I. they will be but each time I
Naples Listings Inceme Tai Return prsparee csrpeis. curIa.nstovs and Property of first, of this, ,
Fin. Inboard Boats From. 20 by Ms Wetton former tan .......'..0' Annuol ,lease notice Each the claim, publication or demand must ask Bill Tuck Ketsthaf'Peck'a
Bob Martin MI2 3757 consultant for Little River, T., WATKINS & 6ARKAU5th lllnett comoels me lo sell
my state the Bad
be and must his face and
in writing Boy" grin on
BrunkSmiUcAr'! Sales '.,v.c. o. Miami. Cell Midar Ave So Tel MI| 3I4S 3 aol buuiidine .wilh fiurvishmnis, place of residence and post office,
L SPORT FISHERMAN ,ll'fl for appointment Stow I ;J" %.t 'ny day at J.? Mh Ave So address D' the CI.m.nt. and must tells me that each time he thinkshe

21 Ft Ulrlckaon bridge. art" N.Resl. s.ie Office. 421 so 250' l ROM 1 BEACH /Hf be sworn. 10 by lIe claimant, hit has U rented the folks ask
sleeps 'I..oon. 0' .v.",...,
225 Gray Marine three agent or his attornty or '1 .will
complete with tithing, chairs For rent till Dec 15th Furnished HUNGRY'R..t.u.nl become void according 10 I.w. who lives on the corner lot he "

and many other eatras Top 38-Autos For Sale 2 bedroom 1 bath houseS for Tom sale 117000 McBrtde-. WILLIAM Q PACE JR. tells them "The postmaster and
condition S4950 00. Call Burton crier.d porch and "opl.t. 15000 dewn i
Administrator of the
Bros 22IBF.r TV & cable Very quiet To I Realtor. 132 Park St sOi.l.W Estate of his wife" Then they say, "Oh

1961 Corvette Sting, Ray CoupeShowroom adults' Inquire at 8 j iill Thomas L Pace we suredoltk Mr.Roe ra-but-
Bale' : 'I.-:; D."'.''t built to67. hmAv WANT IO Kf T 10\
So from 9am I
Beet Ml P. straight' I condition. fully equipped p ) orefter Let us ....w you the poss,bilities, deceased guess we will take that lot down
SOOT /1'
Cell Ml 2 2651 or Ml 2 5pm William H. Gracely
Chrysler. lr.sh on these 2 North ..
meter cooI, duplexes m "
the street. I think
T.ak deck.. Loaded wilh : 3/1t.20.U 2 bedroom furnished, hl\.... 1M Naples Good' occupancy rate Allon.y for Admn''nlorIU ( h.llt..lne,
t,.. Turner I Sons. Inc.. Went to trade for cheaper car Davis Blvd Call Ml Itst All lour units. furnished Asking' Flth, Avanui louth don't you?)
MI";4 2.Un -1963 Gal XL 500 sports H T. VII.192022 just. |jl.SAO Be a landlord not Naples. FlorudaMar
U. 20. 27. Apn.3, 1964 163 LOSING illS HEAD lion trainer in .
lT1iibing boat and II tip EvInrude Automatic bucket tests fastback a tenant CARIBBEAN REAL -A Milan. Italy nearly
Reasonable I WYman styling Take over payments TY "0 N Trail. Ml' t.(lit CRUISERS PICNIC I
2.3255 Bonlla Springs or what have you to offer : Nicely, furnished, 2 bdrm. tile j/2-ltfsf Notice OF INTENTION TO loses his head every time he- gets Into the ring with
Ml 24995 1/17 bath. Fla. ,m.. TV Near Gulf REGISTER FICTITIOUS' NAMES Understand the Naples Cruise
3/17.51 this member of his circus
Beach and Golf Clubs Midway NOMk AND I .CO..1t. JOHN C SEIGMANN hereby cen.tufmes Club enjoyed another picnic on act.
,,
Eight' pontoons each I feet ISIS Ford Feirlane 500 4 drautomatic. 27334 3/19 it Gar'I. n., model' 4 mail wMerfront that he is conducting thebusings their Island and have now closed!
31 <1 Apartments thiit
Inches .
wide 30 we"on
high long: Marine Plywood Inches Fiber condt.o", Low Very. ""I.good...running. R.., I Ibe COMPLETELY NICE 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED.HOUSE. ier'4,hiM .w,Ih tnt wAil and. equipment of powered sale. and with, service air..cool.d.nl" of their membership at one hundred will enjoy It as well as the grown Hospital Report

glassed never used Sturdy OX 42151.construction Everglades : ,...". MI 2.4719. 311. INCLUDING TV SET TILED .ile,,t song I.mimi'im. 'tar n. rnnUct t49 00(1 Bur Exr .relat.d' '" and products..1... 01 under accessorue the s name and members. It looks like about a ups.Have

Ask for Jimmy Robinson BATH. $65 PER MONTH 1119 Inn Mi,,. VI Ird Avt So Ml of- LAWN EQUIPMENT CENTER third of the members are from to take my "Beauty" nap ADMKSIONS
19M Chev. I cvl 4 door I Impale FRANK WHITMAN BLVD 2II J/IMh.tf now 'cause It's time for
1/17.51 Hydramatic. .t..,. 3/19.20.22 ..nf) CARRARA LAWN EQUIPMENT the Harbor. our 3.11 > Dinlcla Penna, Ullle
power
He also certifies
CENTER.
Ing, R 4 H. SOOO mile*. like that hr is the sole owner. of said Talk about luck Ken and Iwere Saint Patrick's Day dance hero White. Arbutus Doiurlas. Barbara

12-Help Wanted new Mr. Shepard. 712 Ander. 50-Rooms For Rent 64-Waterfront Property business eat erprise. and Ih.t ifs Invited tobe guests of PostmasterJoe at our Recreation hall and I Vorhees, Arthur Hughes, John
eon Drive No Naples.3M.O.2 place of business I I. 997 aim to slay 'til the end.
Principal Porcher and Ma wife Jean very Johnson Esther Bryan Andrew
,
Need' qualified tales help' to YANKEE LANDINGAn ... North. Naples. FlorIda '
sslat 'In keeping abreast of the Room and private bath twin eccilin, gveow. .1'"O"tCo at their lovely home In Melbourneto Have had my nap and now am Johnson.

many opportunities presentingLong 1951 Buick Station Wagon Excellent bed. 2 blkt from beach and op on Chrnaoeahe Aveoysi He tales It I I. his, Intention' lo attend the dedication of Joe'anew all decked out, ready for any. 312. Evelyn Garrett Sandra
th.m..I. Moat hi c'.I1.. rond New battery good town 242 7th Ave So 3/20.\f *r Bey from 7SOO lot apply. >o iNc Clerk of the Circuit think Et. Patrick ,
hours, hard work, Tom tire: cheap transp 1300' cashto .bOOO See ,ii today or call Court ,m and for Collier County post office there last week might have to Shuart, Patricia Geyser, babel
McBrIde Realtor. 132 Park. StSo settle estate. Ml 2 22S2. aortas Bros 12111 After hours Florida 10 register' the said names end but as Ken was not feeling too offer. Before I leave, feel I Mohney Eleanor Williams Eleanor
3/ltf 3/20.22 55-Stores OfficeFOR .' I and CARRA A'I LAWN EQUIPMENT well, we sort of dr.adedthe drive. you IIOmtllhlne."TheIioneymoon Grlnt, Barbara Smith Ange.
\hn or woman wanted to do 17 Ford VI Viet power: 395 CENTER under the provl When I mentioned It at brunch Sun. la over". Ken Just line Salmon Elva McGill ,
Iterations on Mene clothing
Ford ,
51 Ranch Wagon 39$ 65-Gen. Real Estate sions of Chapter 20953 Laws of
H day only work on our 51 Chev Station RENT COMMERCIAL day Erna and Glenn Bur of 17th Informed me he has to bowl tonight 3.13.
Wegon S9S BLDQ With or without apt in Florida. Acts of 1941. as amended George Cooper, Eva
premises- 7S2- Aply 1th Ave Kappa So. ManeShop M Ch.v 2 dr. I tick t95 h rear. Reasonable. 2.2ISI BEACHFRONT LOT Witness, his hand this ISIS day of Avenue, South, Informed ua they but will come to the dance Powell Annie Brown
60 Buick Invlcte HT power 1495 3/11 IfOffice Studded with tropical tree. a March 1164 afterwards. I told him to have
3/lMf driving to M.lbourneB..ch
were 314.
62 Willie
Scout 4
wheel drive 1495 b..ut"ul" building site. 200' John C. Siagmann Simpson, Terry
57 Marc 4 dr. HT power 395 deep Full price It 200 Good William H. Gracely" for the weekend to visit their fun and I would try to enjoy Comer, Fannie Mae Glonster
12 Ford XL MO HT loaded IMS Space 12 x 19 ft. For Terms Attorney at Law > myself until he But while ,
13-Help Went. Female 61 Rambler Wagon air Rent at .JS.: per mo, Coast M ACRES 654 Filth, Avenue South niece 'and family and would take came. Elvuymarlelta Worthem, Joyce

cond IMS Colony 365 5th Ave So Between. Tamiami Trail' t Quit Naples Florida ua up and bring ua back. walking up to the Recreation Willis, Vtoletta Johnson Arthur

"Vovng for attractive small efficient office Must secretary II 63 Ford Falcon Falrlane Wagon I nice dr. 1195 If with creek running: through theproperty -Mar 20 -27-Apr 3. .-10 1964 -#>4IN We had a lovely trip and enjoyed Hall by myself, the smile van. Hardy, Stanley Durgan ,
Will IS
know shorthand and operate stick 1795 Houses Sale tracts 1600 per divide acre in Good ecre '" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE a nice visit. Had two big ished and I found myself dust. 3.13: Charles DuddsClodle Col.
57 For
electric tl'nY'n resume J20 T.rm. 'TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT thrills during the dedication Ing off the bench In the dog house burn Sue Lynn Jones
te Colli.t Salesmen' Paul Graham Tom LEE LEOFORO REALTY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,
County News 3/lttf P..II. Elton D.d.on. Lauren Bonita Springs, fl.. IN AND FOR First, Jean and I were asked to Why do we do It, Gala? Teellleel' 3.10. Beulah McKinney, Und

Women to do light housework. Blue till bring your choiceto .FACING Wy 223 COLLIER COUNTY go to the airport Friday evening The dance was a huge success Howard, Agnes Mobley Muriel
and cook I meal 3 hours dailyor you Call Ml I 2 5154 BEACH CLUB COURSE 3/1051 IN CHANCERYCase and about 80 llarborltes all a- ,
3 hours 3 days a week. Ph COLLIER COUNTY MOTORSYour Owner will, sacrifice, esp well No JO?5 and pick up Earn Cotton from the Martel, Porter Cummings, May

Ml 24104 after I p.m. tf Friendly FORD built new home Never been Ai> YANkEE'S exciting now LANDING watsrfront GREENWOOD: : P. EATON and Post Office Department In Wash. greed 'twas the best fun yet. Perrlne, Dlobsle! Stovenson,
lived In. 2 bdrm. 2 MILDRED G EATON
bsths
MERCURY Vk COMET Dealer The furnished the
Co op on Chesapeake Ave ington D.C. and take him to a managment
Counter 4 kitchen help Over large living room with dining husband and wile Helen Cline" Clarence Me-
II. wanted for days Must be el, den Large screened porch Oyster 11000 Bay See From tHOO to ill Anderson Drive dinner given for Joe and visit music, which was Ted Fugmann's Cleary, Gertrude Hereford, Nettle .
steady and reliable Apply in 40-Auto* Repairs Parts facing South G.E. Kitchen with it today or call Naples Florid orchestra from Fort Myers. They
> On the thereI
person Carousel Drive In, North all appliances Q.E. Central urton Bros t 2121 After hours. Plaintiffss Ign V.l.P.'s. way McClure, Gladys Lowe, Emma
Trail 3111.1' heat and air cond. Landscaped t )14 I. 'tt s found out he la the brother of were very good and several times Perez Richard Robinson Mack

LOOK HERE 126900 Call owner at Midway OWNER TRANSFERRED IMfchl HARTSELLBVnnson Joseph Cotton the movie actor.: called a whlatle. lance, a ladles ,
Moore
,
Girt to end 2 4577
perform counter or Sunday at an
frtcleanlne} o..t..... Apply In 524 Golf Drive I stop'f-4 p.m. 'Htlr 3 ta dr <>ms schools. 2 baths- Pane Corner family:lot cfci.l, .. ... 10.., ,,, The .Uier ,thrill .was at the love. choice (that's one I got to dance) 3.17. Jimmy Smith, 'Peggy

person at Pratheris Laundry where to 3/20.22.24.11 Oaf.ndante and Plck.a.Lemon dance. Heapsof
JiStfAnactive Wondering fo homeOWNER tJ NOTICE: OF SUIT ly luncheon Saturday noon when Smith, Leo Ruth, Hartley Prince,
With your car problems 3 bpdr0bins.; 2 baths. I 1M block WANTS JOIS this" THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Joe presented me with a lovely fun and when Ken arrived I Arthur Cole Marvin Benfield

young woman 25.40 Factory Finish Paint Jobs to Doach On Central A.... $31, CUSTOM bedroomVt ,. CHARLES F HARTSELL. and hut and brown orchid to wear. had forgotten my peeve. We enJoyed ,
with pleasant personality and 500. Has deluxe living room | bath home on 100' x 13} unknown spouse. if whoso true gold Anne Penrose, James Carney,
secretarial experience shorthand Wreck Rebuilt Florida room combination with lot North Naples location, Chrlrtisn name I Is unknown any. whose Naturally, I thoroughly enjoyed the music, refreshments, Robert Gaede Herman Merri.
and filing needed for responsible Tuneups '".pl.c.. screened perch and b. good and delightful wea ,
EXTRA INCOME may yours address I. 8ron.on. MIChl. and meeting lots of old friends and company
... ..
enclosed Also Included man
Part time .
position onl..nd alignment this 2 bedroom I bath JANET GLEE HARTSELL. a'mm.
: from We all Bat out the
ther. on patioby
trial period. with expectation of Motor Overhaul draped and carpeting. Tom home plus GUEST COTTAGE or, and her unknown. spouse. If last, but not least, arrived hometo
full lime In 60 days S or IVi McBride. Realtor, 532 Park St. the pool between dances and
location loll corn any whose name I I. unknown who.* find out we hid a nice rain DISCHARGES:
Transmission rebuilt SO. Ml 2 6144
day week Send resume to Box 2/Utf plVtely THE PRICEIS .
furnished- ildra>s is Bronson Michlgeta.Each begged Dill and Barbie to have
1737CC Collier County News LubrIcationUndercoat plo,.sasonbisis ol too bcdioomi RIGHT! of you Is hereby notified while we were gone.SPRING 311. Arthur IIUK"". Marvin
3/11.20.22 IVt baths Living room Dinmi the GREENWOOD P EATON and FEVER more evenings like this one. The Blbbee, Lester Whitaker, Rebecca ,
kitchen, plenty of cabinet 3/1.11.13.11 MILDRED Q EATON.. husband and decor.
hall
room most beautifully
was
Housekeeper. liv. In. P'easant Brake ) Family room fair" condl' Mr..i>..iber to rent buy er mile. have filed, their sworn Com. Right now, I am retting &prinelever Graham and baby girl Uoyd
surroundings permanent Ml Polish t Wig Florida ,room storage clot*' sell contact plaint in the Circuit Court Twelfth as the boys are mowing the ated by Homer and Marie Stevens Irving, George Cooper Pearl
2 1734 3/11.U.20Perttime with washer 4 alec water h..ter Lucille Otis Leah BrownVirg Judicial, Circuit In and for Collier lawns here In the Harbor and the chairmen, with their com. ,
Don't look any further carport with storage close .I M/ircum Boh I....' County Florida. against each 0' Calhoun, Jeanne King, Gordon
waitress wanted Apply and others' Defendant. ekng smell makes me think cf a. love. mltteet Dick and Hazel LoClarce, Jackie
See and T..c. Housa II 0 Corner of lot Ave No i Tarn yOU e* ** Hattersley, Esther Bryan,
In person between I 10 a m. CBS construction Terrain Carl TrailDEWEY to foreclose a mortgage held ly meadow, a quiet lake and Paul and Frelda Roll and Leo l '
Port Royal Beech Club. 3/l tfTM4elp Chevrolet Inc. floors. electric well healer* by them on the following described Payne \
. Ingrain and Cleo Wood. The Stevens re.
I
- Companion to lady. Som. pure.n Electric: range and ,.r" m POLLY 8111 estate. situated, In Collier Coun. several colts romping and play. 3.12. Chester Walker, Irene
UI 5th It.. N. MI 2.1105Naoles. cluded The Lot is 70 X ISO ly Florida: Ing hde! .and.seek behind their fresment committee were Dick
....'I.nce. Box U37 E E. McNaugtiton Dinlcla Pena Tho.
F.... ,
; f. Lots II 14
complete will' sprinkler syslems. REALTY and 39 Block NAPLES and Hazel LeClarce relda and
treat and shrubs Must PARK Unit, I I. per Plat, In Plat mothers as I try to get a good mas Fay, Dorothy Hull, Edmund

41-Trucks Tractors b. sac, to b. aprecmat.d Iii cJewel Box Avenue. Hoyel' nook I. Page lOs, Public Rerorda look at them. While driving to Paul Roll, Leo and Cleo Wood, Harroun Mary Rudloff Mabel
Wanted Male Location few blocks from Harbor. Waterfront. seawall. of Collier, County, Florida Eva Jackson and Edith SchoU. ,
Melbourne Glen I
beach at 4)0, 3rd Ave No central! heat and air ? blrms F.ch of you I I. further notified and called Margraves, Arbutus Douglas, James
ASS-T SALES MANAGER gt.lor9Jn you can get truckfor a under 119000 lhon. Ml 24114 2 baths porch. garage tlllW thai you are required to file your Ken's and Erna'a attention to the Lucille and Jack DeBrun were Wiseman, Charles Gurske,

Above' average earnings with only' 11799 See pickup Q. H. LUFF GORDON DR LARGE CORNER *IMS Mandarin Rd.. 1 bdrma written of Answer the Circuit in the, Court Office, In of and ihiClerk fact that Florida has spring colors In charge of the Mu.lc.PICNIC.DOUND. Bernard Thompson, Edward MurphY
Ideal conditions ewaita LOT A HOME .
4 8DR..S.28ATHS'
working :
LUFF GMC INC., 421 *th St. :
good administrator. Must be NO. location I BL FROM BEACH 2 6.165. central heal and air.. for Collier County. Florida. In the toot the lovely new feathery Carlisle Fraser
temporary
able to close and work effectlvely 1/lMstf Call Ml' 2.5943. torch carport Assume mort Courl House in East Naples Floridaon green of the cypress trees; the 3.13. Howard Jones William
S2.000dn ,
age No closing costs or before April 10 1964 and 10
with 1 salesmen In U.II.I7SEA50HAL Alice
growing / Lea and
Maple Real Estate Company $11900 ,.*,,,* a copy of said Answer. upon yellow green of the willows on Just heard that Van Elst, Eleanor Grlnt, Alice

tpoclallilngt 4n quality home TRUCKS RENT BEATER t Plaintiffs, or upon William, H. Grace the canal banks; elderberries In Wise, Hank andlzzy Ruin, Frank Waggoner Eleanor Williams
Submit resume to box 1737 AA bedroom houll 0" Frank W"I. 14$ (th St No. 3 edrms. I 'ly Plaintiff Attorney herein whoseurtdress and Hazel Anderson Paul and ,
Collier, County New 3/11.tf Your Choice $295.00 man Blvd. North Naples 16.500 bath. replace carport good Is 645 Fifth Avenue South bloom; atrplants showing their Isobel Mohney, Frederick Barnett .
and. you will know where you ,nv..t m.nt |I2.1504V Naples. Florida. on or before said brilliant red spikes and with It Arlene Chandler, Ed and Hazel Patricia Geyser, Iris Lynn,
}EED PART TIME MEN WHOCOULD M T. Chev Walk-In can spend fleet winter comfortably Ave. So Aqualane / late cSlta! Hamel as well as Rudy and Helen .
) 16th all the baby calves and just ,
Wilson
Ruth Wilkins Lll.
AN EXTRA WITNESS Mary
USE 545. I T. Ford Walk In See this before you head 2 b.I" central hut A my hand as Clerk of said ,
70 A WEEK PHONE Ml b.c0 the frozen North CA.RI.IIAN air bdnma waterfront. 131.660. Circuit Court of Collier .ourd: hours old In the pastures We Hoglund, are all going on a lie White, Mabel Cline
garage
23115 3ltf'HELP REALTY. mo No. Florida. and the seal of I
ALL IN RUNNING picnic tomorrow. Now If I
even saw a mother pig with several can 314. Barbara Smith
WANTED Trail Ml 2 6155 2/21tfsl' Lot 25 Block I N ,yal Harbor Court at East Naples. Collier County Evelyn
Leading quality and expanding CONDITION WITH overlooking bay seawall Co.tIS Florida. on the 17th day of tiny piglets and, as usual, only find out where and what Garrett Tom Bartel Vera

home builder orgenliatlonneed 1964 LICENSE PLATES OPEN 4 3: BR FOR homes INSPECTION on 11th Ave- 2 !SOI sacrifice 1950 March 19f MARGARET>4 T SCOTT the babies were all different time they eat, I will have It made Breed, Angellne Salmonand baby

mature. productive $295.00 So between Ith 4 Ith Sis colors.. black and white aa Ken goes to Rotary which
view toward Your Choice Let 14 17th Ave So Aqua Clern of the Circuit Court even a girl Roy Fopp Esther Bryan
with ,
salesman a priced from 114.500 to f 17.500. lane .waterfront cost $'.600. Collier County Florid Take leaves me fancy free. The An. ,
the future Excellent working polka-lot on. the family Warren Saunders
FURNITURE FAIR WILLIAM B STONE INC. sacrifice 11240! 'Circuit, Court Seal'
condition Contact Fred P."I,. Builder By INEZ MAGILLW'h.m this weekend drive out toward dersons and Chandlers are from 34!;. Elvoymarletta Worthem
Home, Mooring Line' ,
Drive Michigan, The Mooring *f Naples NO. TRAIL 60 Tenth St No Ml 2-5731_ overlooking Lot 31 Bnnyen Gulf Blvd Scfmficl PlugS. 101 at ,' H Deputy Grecely Clerk Immokalee and se them You Dee Moines, Iowa, while the Ham. Hartley Prince, Wayne Newklrk

3/11.t'_ MOORINGS DELIGHTA HM 545 Fifth, Avenue South will also see several farms plant. ell and Hoglunds are from Itasca, Harriet Baxter Pauline Walker
,
,
3 bedroom 2 tile bath
44-MobiU Homes horn..* Naples. Florida ed in sugarcane. Drive on out to 111. Ed Hamel Is supervisor of Sandra Shuart
Jack of ill trade Apply In Carpeting throughout for Plaintiffs, ,'
BOY Attorney
person between 1.1 am Port living, rorm dining, .,... hall VINCE CON Mir 20 2Apr >. 10 1964 171 the new Chip MllUthe kiddies maintenance of Radio Station 3.16. Lamar Kach.l, Andrew
Royal Beach Club. a id one bedroom Completely' WBBM Of Chicaso.e .
1964 TITAN M500 air conditioned, and heated Disposal Ill \-Ih Ave P,rkaapPt. Johnson, Elmer Ziegler, Fannie
Available 10' x II* Mobil Homo 2 Bed and dishwssher Paveddnvewey M' 25145 Had a phone call: Wednesday evening Coleman, Douglas McCrea, Joyce
ley-Help room. IH bath, occupied only to carport and star from Hilda and Fred Val
rcoITirTTmeney I bdrm Willis and
: end baby girl Clyde Say.
A
age room Nice screened Inporch ,
.
landacaped.waterfront '
1 week Carport,
Lslr management and maintenance Lot 113. Naples end sodded lawn Partially apts MO e month arwi imp Year entin In MarlonIII saying Fred's lor. Theresa Pope Barbara Vor.
of estate or apt. Cou. lendscaped Ph Ml 2 4104 around Near beach and pier sister had ,
1r'l Yacht Harbor. Ml 2 7422.VlUt passed away. The weather
Out hees Tadeus Kotul&kt
pie available with long expert' after I p.m. No barkers please M", 1 ,nl Complete Closing there la Johnny
cold
ence and best of references Ml Owner leaving town' ) Must sell! and they both Estes Willie Simmons -

22032. 3117..t Pr n reduced: s Bedroom 2 wish they were back here In 317. Linda Howard Beulah
SITUATION WANTED byactive 48-Apts. For Rent 58-lots For Sale Tile Baths II? 500 ,term Naples Land-Yacl.' Harbor. We ,

.tlred .Icoll... .,.d. '11- Smith' 'V K, fru I ,.m do McKlnney, Muriel Martel and
Youngish 12 Write, male non. : SEASONAL RENTALSCall Lot. Sabal' Sho,... on..n.n Discount' for limited tim' PRIVATE I too. e 'cause we miss them. baby boy, fculle Jones and baby

drinker Fla chauffeur License FOR Annette C, Wine Realty Location' Price. SIn SIMI Beach .' AUCTIONANTIQUES They asked me to say Hello' toaU boy Mack Moore Violetta John.son
Short pay for short .". David C Jones Realtor ill I A lcna F 'n their ,
ho.n friends
129 ItS St So Ml 2171 'u fhores -' and especially
hour E..M.ln. References 3/5tf lila A... te Ml I 2 115J hun ''shemI t reador I :.ngR and baby boy, Sheila Geter
Box 1737 BB 3/17.11 sn.aeo to their square-dancing partners.
For Sale Wooded Lot nearShadowlawn
Young man 23 2 yrs college. EBB TIDE APIS. School city .water naive I w.in 'levelQuest Oh this weather ain't it BIRT1BS

seek permanent employment Modern furnished efficiencies, available. Eay Terms. Call Hosts near Beach 1)0000biObk. terrific to llvo here In Naples?
Collier County Would be willIng and I bedroom apts {50 a 4l?.y 2 I..Z 0' ... you ,. of .B.dcn loautifi i iMom. 343. Mr. and Mra. JosephB.
to lnvel capital fund if month Kelly Rd 3/lilt bo ..,|. oIl l, 57 'il/i 'arm The pool la Just perfect, but I Salmon, baby girl

necessary pies P. O Box 3/17.1'.1'1025. Na resettle Estate: Lot Extension II. Block Uui J79Sherti terms S.b.1 do have a little worry .how come 3J5. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin A.
K. Pine Ridge
'
furnished Efficiency some folks
I Bedroom
can lovely

21-Lost & Found Apt 21317. No er pets Ml 20059 or children 3/lIlt Ml CARIBBEAN NeTrail' Ml ,REALTY tin. 2/lllf 1'W, u. tli,L. 01 Kelsey's, No. Trail. Bonita SpringsSat. petunias while mine grow look as tho Willis 3.18, baby Mr. girl and Mrs. James L.

I I"AID ( .J/J.\t. they needed .. Cerltol
?
'jsniette Apt. Call MI4IIZ.. 7> I 100 HomeSite I blocks Jones, baby boy; Mr and Mrs.

heavy 313 .. beach Ills St No 14 500 ill SlIm Ave So MI : 44,3 March 219:30 A.M. Tha periodic flooding of the Robert J. Martel baby boyj Mr.
I Pair men glasses ....,.. I bnd ears unfu.e.M5ad Tom Pealten. UI ,
lens after Call Miss 1pm West. at I/It he..21 APARTMENT ..... cempiete. Park St SQf'Ml 2.6$44. 2/lttf 67-Apts. For S..U tale grass and sedge swamps of and Mrs. Robert L Johnson,
.p".1 Near bt ch and snupa.ng
kitchen the everglades la vital to the baby boy
BY SEASON OR YEAR UHiUO Multl family lot on
m Otis Ml 2 3391 corner near Mh Ave 14500 New 2 bedroom apt en Gulf life cycle of the birds which live 347. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
23-Mix. For Sale. /r'8US; n.., leach Club Hot.1 Nllw
ON RENT Phone owner Ml 2 3719 2/11 there Penrose, baby boy
refrigerator Drapes
UNTIL YOU lEEYANKIE" 3/lltl fUr.f Call MI 7-72J3'included FURNITURE Cherry, walnut, marble top. -
MAPS
City County Tone Exciting' unusual LANDING different! A GT Drive ROYAL. Fo Lot Sale-IF Ill Trade Galleon Largest antique lamp collection in Florida.

XEROX Copying ...st.nll''If waterfront Co-oo en Chesapeake Write O. J. H.b.I. 2100 Post NAPLES
CAPLES LUlPFllNTINa Ave In Oyster Bay I.. H Rood flanicia r........ Miniatures, hanging, whalo, gone-wlth wind, FLY
113 Sth A".. So MI tlM today or ca41 Burton BrosI I
3/lltf customwSoTsocnln" .2121. After .hours 1 3917 3tf 59-Acreage I PUBLIC NOTICE!! smoke bells, etc. s4 MIAMI

Beautiful Owner ,' ",efficiency y Air
cablnots. Never used low priced .... furnishedDsys
condo Compl milk
Immediate delivery Ml Stonecran Apts 39M 14thSt Five acre tracts S mile from NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Class: Sandwich, pressed, pattern, cut, ,

I-to5&. .1/101'> 3/IMf. Nl. MI 22792 or Ml 24155 City road limits to each.H.gh tract and try ISM land pen oublic The .DU..hc..."n.are will'informed be ..... Ihat at the a Bristol, vaseline. New Year Round Daily Schedule

Top and bottom metal kitchen Marlowe. and Back Real Courthouse. Eaal Naples Fla aM
cabinets with sink 1 In good: condition 'rnjijiicies. Day Weas' eeMonth. ton acre 4IJ tth Ave So Ml' I 1221 I P M. for III. purpose of hearing .
$55 00 Wood cabinet with IIRIS MOTEL), Ml 21 I .tfts any complaint* or reasons why China: Haviland, Pratt, Staffordshire, majolica. Naples To Miami
built In oven and cook top.perfect 2.302 en MI .5151.. _ the following Sfujwld. not b* r* toned
condition. ro' 30 gal -rr-il Close iii 'XiJji 'iiif Bottles sampler linens and much more.Modern .
a. describe hereinTt : 7,45 AM. 1 11.30 A M. 3.45 P.M.
gas water heater excellent con. f>urnil<*4 I kedroofn putt to eccess reeds and powerII100 >. SW <4 of the NW .. of lb.5F .
c.toon. $25 00. Ml 24U7 after ....n.. huge I.vme: room. fc.tch.f Collier. County Real E* ''a end the W H e. the SE U and gifts.
5:00: pm. 3/'l2022 a bath Ml 2.JIII l 2/2Stf tale MI 2 <9I9. Open Sundey ".
of the NW U *f the SE: 4 of Sec Miami To Naples'
3/I InslIllecn. "'on i? Twp .... Range lIE being'
I bedroom furnished apt on .* adjoining Coconut "* acre* mere or less lym m theTa 9,00 A.M. 2il5 P.M.\ 5:00 P.M.
Imperial River Carport boat Grove City water 4 street >..... of 'Immokalee Property .o be
dock Available, April I. |npr terms Philip Key** '* toned from N I Residential. t*
SWAPPED FOR 111.100. CeaaeetlMM fat lav the weekj
I (mo yearly leas Adults P. 0 Sea 1106. Ml 22714 C I Commercial Owner J H 184 ReMrveUmetf to say a
no ...... Edyth McL.u."' .... Pie Moody
I IT THROUGH THE Vista Estate*. left... Spring* 2/IKf MOAMO OF LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS NAPLES AIRLINES
1/ltlf For trailer. or h.me.it. over CouNty COMMISSIONERS .

WWiHDS I room ""...s"*.. apt. I/O a tracts I acre tracts with 2R elect'.cre'city- 5 acre end iSE AL I Collier County FloridaMaratret H. K. Beebe Auctioneer Napeee Airport Ceexesuee I MiamI' Arp.rtM

\ month plus ut,"h" l.oi CrestS roads Other bug acreage tract T Scott ClerkV NB 44111
and up | M4M
Rd'I SlO.dn 120 per mo R W Beetly
I I Code County Real I"ate MI D.pi.ty Clerk City Ticket office Naples Travel Agesxy I Ceemm

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'i.i i III l lie.,ii Int.* toilnt "\u-.x\t\ \&
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'1' -IurL: tiea'h "'unldl,1toH.\ {. WASHINGTON (AP) George

lorium' w.u concerned uuli Mill.IH .. seedy Is a friendly, pipe puff-
KV erosion I' .. ., lng giant of a man who is tak-
'thursday! at a hearing: InItjr '
ing on the almost Impossible
\\ater, the engineers dls. Gorda,Ass :'' '
:ask of trying to keep both the
uvsel, l erosion from Clearwater
press and President about
tf, Pass.a-Grllle. V happy
Col, H. R. Parflrt. district t>n. 'i'4 public relations
Ktneer, told engineers have begun an ero. I Salinger suddenly quit his job
slop stud, but rempdlus stem. of White House press secretary
ming from It will not In appar. Thursday to try for the Demo-
ent for four to six tears .. b. M Aaw Y i cratic nomination for the Sen-
The IIUr'phe sold< must de. I, ate in California.
termlne whether heneilts will With him went Andrew T.
exceed r Hatcher the assistant press
remedial action will not be rec. r. f
the and
to President
secretary
ommemli'd, he 'said
14 lie also warned that federalaid one of the highest ranking Negroes -
would he on a share-the-cost In government
basis Kith local government, ..1tI + hIl.Nesdter For Reedy there Is nothing
but he could( not say' what the 2' t (. f'e like the break with the past
ratio would be. /' that there Is for Salinger, Reedy
I mclnpers have enough funds t 'aI has been at President Johnson's
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to start the survey, but hope for I I.r, a, elbow as a sort of press at-
another appropriation to com 7 t t 4 lr. tache the better part of 13
plete It In the next federal budg. s _
_,. years.
ft, Pitt;! said. t,u..3 !' p
Around the White House he
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Much of the testimony on spe. of 2t "s s 1U r
s has been of the
one Johnson
o form, and Included pictures and handy men with no clearcuttitle.
the amounts spent for remedies Now he has a title and
EIGHTY
-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD A. K Scott of Indianapolis,
bj' beach cities .II g app .! one of the roughest, most
Ind., brings back proof of his prowess as a fisherman, All witnesses agreed that the U 2 1 is responsible publicity jobs on

a catch which included a 17-pound king Scott has erosion problem Is serious and 11 It I' I u< p:: I AIL earth. At times his voice will
been coming to Naples for many years and loves to getting worse. 22 be the voice of the nation on

fish off the pier. Yesterday he varied the strategy Treasure Mayor Island Fred said Anderson the beach of ..'1 1II ,:_r/sr. foreign But since and domestic he has been policy.so

a bit and went out in the Gulf with Fred Moss, manager communities have been living close to Johnson
so long Reedyat
of the Gulf Hotel, and another visitor, Dennie with the problem for years, with times find
constant drains of tax money .l/fl. Morco Pass f o may that the bossis
Radcliffe from Wilmington, Del., and returned with creating a burden too great for rae going to be his own press
the catch he is displaying. the average small beach city to as .. r t ; secretary.
-carry, S 1 / ., Like Salinger Reedy is a for-

Clay was given a second test mer newspaperman. At 46,
Army Says Clay Carolyn CollinsOn ) he Is
after It was determined that a to ff t 1 t + rtnNYrr eight years older.
the results of his first pre-in. CommitteeFor cd/ a .< Arr Like Salinger, Reedy enjoys
'Not QualifiedFor ductlon examination were In. 14 good food and, like Salinger

conclusive, the Army said. ConferenceSaratoga ."tf ,q; 11 he Is on the rotund side but
Induction'WASHINGTON "Interviews conducted by ex. Springs, N.Y. SUld. as II y on a more massive scale.
perts In the field of testing and more College will be the site It On orders of Johnson and
(AP) The analysis of results of the two of a two-day conference on''Con. the doctor Reedy Is scaling
Army said today heavyweight tests Indicate that Clay put fllct Liberalism versus Con. 21 I. down calories and poundage.

.,' champion Cassius Clay failed. forth occasions his,"best the efforts Army added.on both servatlsm," to be held March G\ 9 Qro Yq= s' al From 265 or 270 pounds he
his second pre-lnductlon examl.nation s'tiN.'r 7J ,
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20 21 and sponsored by the w > ;R is about a third of the way to
and is "not qualified for two campus groups, the National .' : as' 21 2. tII \ the 200 the doctor recommends.
Induction into the Army under Student Association and the Col. f 1YA .tVfa ., 'r' + V mat
applicable standards." Strange, Clay Can'tAdd lege Government Association 1. Reedy still was In a hospital

The Army made no mention Among Skidmore students I' Thursday recovering from gallbladder
Two And Two
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of which examination Clay serving on the steering commit.tee I -. 1 p trouble and doing some
failed, although It Is presumedIt Says Cuban Radio of the special conference1st I' I' supervised dieting, when he got
was his mental aptitude test. Miss Carolyn J. Collins,Class I'' I# word of the forthcoming change.
Rumors have been heard for MIAMI (AP) It's queer, of 1964, daughter of Mr, and 1 jBMCOsin He went to the White House fora
several days that he failed the says Havana Radio, that Casslus Mrs. John Collins, 741 Admiralty H I ,, ra .. joint appearance at his first
mathematics portion of the can't add two and < 11" 1\ a
Clay two for Parade E., Naples. Miss CollinsIs I' "' t press briefing and Salinger'slast.
test the Army but does okay setting first vice president of the .' .
The Army said only: "Tests up million dollar boxing match. College Government Association.
given Clay Included measure es, SHORT CUT TO MARCO was put oncounty's grade, then across Big Marco Pass via --

I ment skills of needed aptitudes In military for various ser says And Havana it's even Radio more, that suspicious a capl., BE A 'FRIEND'TO secondary road priority listat bridge. Map also shows controversial l RTE THAT IINr ,

vice." tallst could fall twice YOUR LIBRARY Thursday's special l County Commission Rookery Bay loop road, which com THE TRIJIL -
--- meeting. Dotted!line shows path t missioners decided to dead-end at \ 'J 1oi1. 'CROSS '

of present Belle Mead-Isles of Capri north end of Rookery Bay (arrow), in QI :J t.--AT H fR S SPEND'Itl 1

\1 Discover ourBARGAIN Road, and a southward extension of the face of written and oral l protests tNE NIGHT /V JAIL :

this road along the old Marco railroad from citizens Thursday -t: _
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CHARMS BRACELETS EARRINGSPINS CaliforniaSACRAMENTO LOOKING FOR A LOT ?

( RINGS PEARLS NECKLACES Calif. (AP- ,
Pierre Salinger came bounding

I 14.18 KARAT GOLD arena across today the California as a prospective political A RUTENBERG Man Will Help You Find ItIf

last-minute candidate for the
1 U.S. Senate.It you do not already own a lot. Rutenberg maintains a complete lot finding smite and will assist you In
THESE TREMENDOUS VALUES
I wasn't so much a questionthat finding lust the right lot for you. No matter where you prefer to live, In the country, on the beach or

Warrant doing your Gift and Chrfstmar presidents the press Intends secretary to of come two waterfront, suburban area, or in the heart of the city, Kutenberg Home Counselor will help you choose

Shopping NOW home to run In a Democraticrace actly the right location for you. ThIn professionally decorated model homes are oput daily for your
which already has split
t! the party Inspection from 9 em, to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 pm.

It was, can he?
RALPH HOWARD LESHER Salinger apparently was

warmed with legal advice that

JEWELER APPRAISER there's nothing to prevent him wiV
from seeking the nomination for
1170 3rd St., South the seat of Democratic Sen. 4 ,

The of exclusive Clair Engle In the June 2 pri ,bell/'
area Naples most specialty shops
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mary.
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Leisurely Unmetered Parking Engle underwent brain sur. :
gery last August, but he has
filed for reflection In the face
.of assertions by state Demo. _
cratlc leaders that he's too ill

to The campaign U.S. Constitution re. 'O

quires only that a senator be :30 'l.' 'a
t years of age and an Inhabitant
J.antp fItwt of the state
Some election experts seemedto .
think that Salinger, 38, for L

mer San Francisco newspaper .:...I,
reporter, could qualify if he's
primed to get his nomination I.:. .. _

papers in on time. The deadlineIs .......
955 Fifth Ave So. Naples 8 p.m. today.
Others weren't so sure be.cau.e .

LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED he let his California he resi. The family-size four becliooin, three' bath Riviera offers parental luxury .- .-
dence lapse when left for
with completely private owners' suite with its own ceramic tile bath __T
that led to his post as
Jobs pressadvl.or and huge walk-In closet The central l core kitchen is convenient to the 'mss __ I
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY to the late President
family room dining! urea or the Urge patio for ease In entertaining! "!:'
John F. Kennedy and then Pres. The Riviera is priced at SI7.990 11:00: A.M. To 2:15 P.M. Ident Johnson. the model' area are the two beuroom, two huh' Somerset Ii','1',0 and --
Democratic leaders expressed the three bedroom two bath Cornel, C 1..1190 built "on your lot anywhere ;" rat 111'T mj 1
surprise over reports of Salln. In this area Models are located at 1220 Mandarin Road Naples .if.J .tz
NO. 1 NO. 2 ger's decision: to jump into a po. If you are looking for a lot. a Rutenberg Home Counselor will assist L M' I
OVEN FRIED CHICKEN (\4) lltical contest In a state where you In finding )lust the right location. J n'x -rl
FRESH SHRIMP SALAD -
Cr ekri Cutler lcd TM.Coll Molted_ Polato.a-Strtna_ Iced Tee Been Cole he once worked the hinterlandsfor l .n. J
Butter
... Lemon Lime Ad* Roll .:.
Chocolil, Vanilla.or Bud Pud, Ite Lemon or Lime Ade other candidates. ,t4gjI 1 i :
Vanilla Bread Pud.
Chocolate) of them from Guy Ed. ,
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Plain Jello -
dins or Plain Jello. J SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL
dms or P ,
mund O. Brown, on down, al. (.Ay
72c MODEL HOMES TODAY
97cNO. ready have committed them.

selves for Engle or his chief op. As. -- dm44 -"#' ieab .
ponent, State Controller Alan \l raw ew.wm. c- w c:.. w.U

Cranston. 4MOOtLS ,
Brown, who has endorsed
3VEGETABLE NO. 4 Cranston, remained silent on :
CUP OF HOME MADE IU'Ol"! of 5AN$ ; V '
Roll the possible entry Salinger,
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Choice of lour vetblet TH[ DAY Carol A MalunS L1Q/Y! ti .
Corn Stick Butter ; lcd Salad l Saltlno* Butter who helped out In one of the "t'-
Tea. Coll*,, Lemon Vanilla.or Iud Llm Pud Ad*, lcd T*;. Coll*. Lomon or Lime governor's earlier campaigns. .
Chocolate BredPuddini
Art* Chocolate" Vanilla \
dg or Plain Jello or Plain J.llo Hit office said he'll wait until .
'.'' , 82c Salinger formally Indicates his ''0/4',)
60c' plans. A ',.: 1"r

Sesmp-frinpd Pemba, a :380-
square-mile Island 35 miles t hbe1 I o

northeast of Zanzibar, Is noted cHfK

for Its bullflcnts, witches and

the cloves which grow on Its I

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