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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 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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.County\ GOP Weighs/ Next Move: : HIST Un Q al f r; a ton

I Circuit Clerk

Says CandidatesNot 1 R S',

Weather Outlook

CertifiedThe Sunday fair with high 75 to 0 a m p.m.
It tit r, 22 A:4J 7: ./0 1I2
"qualification" status of 80. West and northwest 10 to w'
t Uts ar, 23 J0:28 85; OS S:22
the four Republican candidateswho 20 milt colada becoming north oilier
have filed for county public erly Sunday. d dd hour f c)! rce
office Is still unresolved say o nt t biehaur for .ps Bay
the Republicans. The Democrats Bridge on t Tr it r

stand pat on the "not qualified" _
premise. 40th YEAR-NUMBER 168 24 Page 10 CENTS SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1964 -__-
Immediately following closing '
time for filing on last Tuesdaynoon
members of the Democra.tic r
party claimed the Republican e 1 .k, ; Current Total $58,835County
candidates had failed to qualify A :5 .
on legal technicalities centered
around the payment of a two
per cent filing fee which goes to
.I the County Republican Executive Drive
Committee. Library
I Lester Hern, chairman of the
J Republican Executive Commit if ifka
I tee, Immediately avowed other.
wise, and referred to February
10 meeting of the committee at
which time the local fee was

"j waived.The Democrats claim a not!!!. Reported 'Dragging'After

cation of this action should have
been made In writing to Circuit
a Clerk Margaret Scott 20 days
n prior to the closing filing date. a promising start the Frank Kerrigan, campaign dU Appeals to the Evergaldes and pushed beyond the end of the
Hern In a later communicationto 9110,000 fund campaign! for the rector, told the NEWS: Immokalee areas will be put month.
N'' Mrs. Scott inquired' If she proposed new County Public LI. "It seems apparent that many in the malls this week, Kerrigansaid.
,,I Intended to certify the Repuhll. brary Is reported dragging.As people who have received our "We are still confident that
can candidates as qualified and of Saturday morning, $58, mall appeal feel that their little The director said he did not the people of Collier County truly
to enter their names on the bal. 635 had been contributed, ac. bit won't help much, so why want to talk about extending the want an adequate library system,
1\ lot. cording to Arthur Russell, treasurer bother. But It's the average drive at this time "things and when they realize our predicament >>
Friday in a written statementto of the fund drive, with person we want and need to may pick up quickly" -but he they will respond aa f
Hern, Mrs. Scott notified him "disappointing" results to date make the campaign a success'. hinted that, if necessary, they always have," Kerrigansaid.
the candidates will not be certlfled. > ew from the 7OOOmaU appeals sent the campaign would have to be .
She referred to advice of out in the Naples area. EVERYTHING COUNTS j
counsel as the reason for her Kerrigan added: "Every do.
action in the matter. nation, whether it's for $1, $5
Goodland Man
Yesterday Hern said the com. or $100, is important to the Local Churches Schedule
mittee was weighing the sltua. Takes Tick Dip campaign and we plead with those '-
tlon and will reveal the next people who have been hesitant 1'1

move, possibly tomorrow. }Jy Mistake Diesi about mailing In their hard-earn
Attorney Ralph Carson,a memo ed dollar.bill to do so at once Solemn Holy Week Services
ber of the County Republican Exe. THEY'LL HAVE A STORY TO TELL when shown at the SportSpot with part of i A swallow of tick dip mistaken with the certain knowledge that .
for medicine was every contribution Is gratefully
cutlve appeared Committee three courses, said of action there they get back home In St. Louis. These their catch. Shown from left are: Kary blamed for cough the death of Dan- received." Holy Week Services will be tlclpate In the Easter sunrise

the committee could tah. teen-agers caught 37 kingfish Thursday Scudder, Randy Morriss, Kip Scudder, Ul J. Kirkland, 78, of Good- Mrs. Mamie Tooke, chairmanof held by county churches service at Caribbean Gardens

He said there was the posslbl. while out on a fishing expendition Charles Erker and Steve Erker. land, Saturday morning. special gifts division, also throughout the week with spec- where the Rev Ledles Bargo

lIty of court action through al with Capt. Bob McArville. They are (NEWS photo) Kirkland had taken the paten- "There reported are a "dragging"many who tendency have as. ial emphasis on worship and will speak. No special weekday
mandamus suit a write-In at elec.
; ted mixture at his home In tired us of help she said devotions scheduled for Good services are scheduled
lion time; or appointment by the Goodland and had driven to and Easter but regular church services will
"but we are getting a little
to wor.
executive committee fill
vacancies existing on the ballot. Hi-Jack Of( County Building Rights Action the Knelr Shell Station on Cen- rled that the end of the month The ProtestantChurches plana be held at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Republican 'candidates who tral Avenue and the Trail. While will find some well-meaning citi Good Friday community ser- on Easter Sunday,
have filed Included Murphy Week backing out of a parking space tens who have not helped." vice at the First Baptist Church The Emmanuel Lutheran I
Combs for county judge; SpencerB. $44,192, there at 8:27 Saturday mornIng Both Kerrigan and Mrs. Tooke from 12 until 3 p.m. and the Church will hold lenten ser-

Allendorf, tax collector( Doyle Cuban Army Not Expected he collapsed. Police were indicated that, if necessary, the Easter sunrise service In the vice on Wednesday evening, t
E. Kopp, School Board District Plus 'Secret'Twelve called and he was rushed to campaign will be taken door-to. Caribbean Gardens at 6IS: preparatory and communion

4; and Charles R. McCool, su. Naples Community Hospital door. "We roust succeed In a.m. next Sunday.St. services on Thursday evening, 1
1 pervlsor of registration building permits were where he was pronounced deadon this drive," said Kerrigan, "and Ann's Catholic Church and Service of the Shadows on
ProbedKEY Before EasterWASHINGTON we will do what we must. Doth
Copter Issued by the county Building arrival.A 'held will hold rosary, sermon and Good Friday evening Stan-
out however
hopes that the
Morse Levels Department last week, and 11 of lifelong resident of Col- coming week would see an benediction at 8 p.m. Wednes- Ing time for the services will

WEST, Fla. (AP)-The them mal increase added up to $44,192 the a mini leader(AP) -EverettM. Sen. lier County, Kirkland was employed turn in both the general mall appeal up.. day, and Mass followed by exposition be 7t45.
previousweek's ate Republican
bloody hijacking of a Cuban ml!. over Is beginning as a commercial fisherman and special gifts division. of the Blessed Sacrament
McCarthyismCharge $44,148.Details Dlrkson said today
Itary helicopter by two youths CHILDREN'S SERVICE
on Holy Thursday from
of the 12th permit, for to doubt there will be
Rusk was defecting under to tight the federal United Invest States some construction project on the any vote In the civil rights bat. He Is survived by a daughters 730: p.m. until midnight. On On Good Friday Emmanuel
At gat Ion today. south side of Immokalee, were tie until after Easter. Mrs. Vera Marie Smith, Special Meetings Good Friday exposition of the Lutheran will hold a special
not available to the public. ,1's tw'\tons, James Jackson Kirk B''\." 47scrat'hint'et11 beheld chlldt fn't service at 10 a.m., .
The .
1 WASWN&'roN (AP) Secretary body of the "pilot, with lx Dirkseb' told a reporter he Of Council Set
I of State Dean Rusk has bullet holes; lay in a morgue in 4 secret," Building Official Carl sees no sign of a lessening of land and Theodore Kirkland,all unAl Mast nmi at 12 noon' and and-wlU participate thecom- \ \
been accused by two DemocratIc Key West where the Russian ,Clemmer said The permit was the Southern oratory which has of Naples, a brother, Arthur, For WednesdayCity Stations at 8 p.m. munlry Good Friday service at
.senators of using "McCarthy made helicopter landed Friday issued and work is to begin this stalled for two weeks a motionto of Goodland, eight grandchildren Mass will be held at 1:30: the Baptist Church from 12 to
smear tactics" against oppo. from Havana. week. take up the House-passed and ten greatgrandchildren. Council will hold two spec. p.m. on Holy Saturday. Con- 3 p.m. Members willalsopar-
nentfc of his policies.Sen. The two antl-Castroltes who Other new construction In the bill. ial meetings, one right after the fessions will be held on Holy ticipate In the Easter sunrise

Wayne Morse, D-Ore., engineered the bizarre death Immokalee Includes two area during houses the week When the debate began on Funeral arrangements are other, at City Hall on Wednes. Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m.! service at the Gardens and at-
told the Senate Friday and battle over the Atlantic were build by R. H. Snyder, a $3,000 March 9, civil rights supporterswere being made at the Earl G. day.At Good Friday, 5 to 6 p.m.) and tendprepmtoryandHolyCommunton -
taken to 0
Miami tor Council
Sen. Ernest D-Alaska question a.m. will meet
service the churchat
cabana by L. B. Rivers, a $2,980 confident of a vote on the Hodges Funeral Chapel In Na- Holy Saturday from 4 to 6 at
ing by immigration authorities with the Zoning and Planning
agreed with him in a second
motion Much 10-30 a.m.
18. Earlier
speech that teas country "can Transported separately to MI. residence by Joe Conde, and a by ples. Board and the Zoning Board of p.m.The
this week they fixed their hopeson -theCove
well afford to get along" without ami for U.S. grilling was a $2,704 addition for John Chaney. Appeals to discuss the possible First Presbyterian The Trinityby
Rusk. mechanic aboard the helicopterwho First Florida Resource Corp. March 25. vacation of 19th AvenueSouth bet. Church has announced noon- Episcopal Church will hold
They took Issue with Rusk for said he wanted to returnto Is building a house costing $8,. The nilnolsan noted that the Weather Review ween First Street and Gordon day devotions will be held In Communion services at 8 a.m.
saying In a Salt Lake City Cuba. 216 at 1790 Jeffrey in the Brook. 10 Southerners fighting the mo. Drive. the chapel of the church begin Monday through Thursday.
speech Thursday night that if Authorities Indicated the ques. side development, for J. Fre. tIon still have plenty of speak. MAX MIN MAIN Also planned for this meet ning Monday and continue Good Friday service will
the country's -quitters" had tlonlng might take days. derick McCoy. ing time left and commentedthat J March 14 88 67 0.10 ing Is discussion of "signs and through Thursday. The Soliloquy be held at the Church from
their way the United States When the drab green helicopter Gulf American Land Corp. is he understood some of them I March 15 86 67 0.00 other problems," according to a dramatic presentation of 12 to 1 p.m. Regular servi-
would be playing into the handsof landed at Key West biterna. having Ray Glguere build a$5,000 feared the reaction at home 7f J March 16 87 63 0.00 agenda mailed Friday to council.men the Last Supper, will be givenat ces will be held Easter Sun-
Golden Gate welcome station 24 In too the
they cave soon on mo.
its adversaries tional Airport the mechanic, Ser. by Mayor Archie Turner.
J March 17 85 68 0.16 8 p.m., on Maundy Thursday day at 8, 9:15 and 11 a.m.
by 26 feet at the
Both Morse and Gruenlng are Cio Roque, 17, started running. intersection of tlon to take up. At 10 a.m. Council will holda
U. S. 41 and the Belle Meade March 18 84 66 0.00 The Sacrament of Holy The Church of God plans
critics of the $3.4 billion foreign.He was caught 1,200 feet from As It stands now, 16 of the 19 special session with the Parks
Road, SR 951. Communion will be adminis Communion service at 7:30: r'
aid program the craft.working Dixie senators have made Initial March 11 86 55 0.00 Board and Recreation Board to
speeches and two of the rl!. J March 20 83 68 '1.60 over proposed street name chan. tered at the Thursday night p.m., Tuesday and will participate !- ,.

malnlng three-James O. East. get and the proposed public park service In the Easter sunrise ser
2 land of Mississippi and HarryF. IrchM of rilnfdl up until 4:00: p.m. near Water Plant No. 2. Then GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES vice In the Caribbean Gardens. I
Escape Thursday Byrd of Virginia the three groups will dlicuss Regular church services will
tap Saturday. were on I Data tupplltd by Carl II".." Otrtfcm. "other problems." Presbyterians will join In be held Easter Sunday at 9:4t: J
the Good
II community Friday a.m., and 7:30 p.m. .
services presented by the Naples The First Christian Church

Ministerial Association at will hold Communion
Back In Jail
Friday the First Baptist Church from 8 p.m. on Maundy Thurs-

... noon until 3 p.m. Followingthe and
day, participate In the com
Two state prisoners serving Thursday on the road Friday morning me two appeared Easter Sunrise Service In munlty Good Friday serviceat
time In the honor camp at Deep between Naples and Immokalee. at the home of William: the Caribbean Gardens will be the First Baptist Church,
Lake were escapees on Thursday When the transportation truck Price, president of the Bank the 0:30 and 11 a.m., services and the Easter sunrise service I
but were back in the county arrived back at Deep Lake the of Everglades Immokalee, one In the church Sanctuary In the Gardens. Regular
jail Friday with additional char. two men were missing man at the front door, one at The First Methodist Church church service will be heldat
tea of auto theft, breaking and Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry the back. has announced a''prayerFISt" 11
entering a dwelling, escape, and said his office was notified of a.m. Easter Sunday, and
meal each
In the house at the time were one day on the Rev.
Roger T. Nooe will
possibly armed robbery facing the escape, but without In.
Mr. and and The
Mrs Earl Lane, the Monday Wednesday, speak on "When It
them. formation as to when and whereIt was YetDark"
parents of Mrs. Price, and Mrs. Lord's as describedIn
The prisoners Larry L. Robertson happened, a search appeared which will be his final
Hanna Green
all elderly. One
Upper Room will mark
and Richard sermon at the
Arvo, were futile at the time. church. Rev.
man grabbed a butcher knife devotions on Maundy Thurs
and Mrs. Nooe
plan to returnto
and threatened the occupants,
day. will participate
who begged not to be harmed or In the home In Nashville,
r community Good Friday -
be tied Tenn.
up. n4
service at the Baptist
The parties, however, were Church. Saturday will be a
bound with stripping from vene. day of "silence\ and sorrow", Soviets Free
lien blind, while the men ransack.ed .
for food and clothing. The with services to sun on Easier

A parties w je bound for most of the ; Sunday at 6:15: a.m., In 1
morning.The rl Caribbean Gardens, and wor-

men left taking food and Evtt and ship 7:30 In the church at 11 a.m Injured FlierIn

two shirts, driving away in a : p.m.
1961 Chevrolet belonging to the 1

Lanes.About 10 minutes later the w t, I & II Holy "I Week SAW services HIM" will begin E. Germany

occupants were able to get free tonight at the First Dap BERLIN
(AP) Soviet au.
tlst Church with the
and notified the sheriff's officein presentation thorltles
Immokalee. Immediate action of a drama 1 Saw Him." announcedSaturdayttiey
were releasing U. Harold
had road blocks set up In all dl. The church will be host to the Welch, one of three American W.

rectlons, with assistance from community Good Friday Ser- fliers shot down over Commu.
the state Highway Patrol, and vice from 12 until 3 p.m. The aid East Germany on' March
the sheriffs of Lee and Hendry "Seven Last Words" will be 10. A V.. Air Force ambulanceleft
Counties, and a full force from West Berlin for
presented by seven ministers Magdeburgto
Collier County. Hendry County
of the get him.
Naples Ministerial Association -
had five cars taking part In the Welch, a 24.year.old native of

seirch.About one hour after the call Baptist members will participate Detroit hospital, was In in Soviet military He

for help came In, the two men In the Easter sunrise Injured when Magdeburg.the three airmen was
were seen on State Road 80 service which Is to be follow
from West
parachuted. The trip
.. In Hendry County A chase followed lIT: ed by regular church worship Berlin to the hospital take I
and the In the
near intersection sanctuary.The about nth mours on the auto
MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION DAY has been pro- of SR 80 and SR 27, Deputy Ii Grace Lutheran Church bahn.

claimed by Gov Farris Bryant for April 11 and will dry Sheriff County Earl, apprehended Dyess, Jr., of the Hen.two -... .. ... ., a I 'x > .. will hold Communion Ser- Col. John A. Hennessen Jr. of
vice at 7:30 the U.S. Air Force hospital at
: pjn. on Maundy
coincide with the day set aside by Naples Jayceesfor escapees and made an arrest. JUNIOR HIGH spelling/ champs at St t, grade, and Gail Gwaltney will com' Thursday, and Good Friday Wiesbaden accompanied the

the annual sale of safety seat belts. Here George Collier The men County were deputies turned and over re.to Ann'i Catholic School, In the contest pete on the seventh grade level. If memorial service at 7:30: p.m. ambulance. He visited Welch lathe

Pittman, chairman of the Jaycee seat belt committee, turned to the county Jail here. sponsored by the Columbian Squires, the local champs win In the district In the church. Easter services A hospital US Air earlier Force spokesman this week.

and Marvin Cecil, first vice-president of Naples Jay- Sheriff !E. A. Doug Hendry will be competing In a district ,contest contest they will go on to Miami for will be held at 8 and 10:30 disclosed the Soviet Intention

cees, look over the governor's proclamation. said and the Investigation entering of cf the the escape Price this afternoon in Sarasota Elizabeth additional competition and more hon. srn Members of the East Naples to Welch release suffered Welch. fracture of

(NEWS photo) home Is continuing. Vondersaar (I) will represent the eighth ors. (NEWS photo) Baptist Church will par- one arm and a leg..




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Sunday March 2i, 1961 r
PUBLIC NOTICE .. '/1 ,''tf '' i tAftiX cis
Read 1
County AgendaThe replat Unit 147. Golden Gate V Sal !t. f {' : 'i ;11"1 '- ,

agenda for Tuesday's 10:45: a.m. Presentation of INTERNAL NOTICE REVENUE OF SERVICE ..:f

meeting of the County Commission petition to vacate protlon of PUBLIC AUCTION SALE

street. Collier City amended Pursuant 10 authority Contan.din J/I'/64
of board plat Marco Island. Isetien .3J1 01 t". Iftl"n.1 Rev, ST
a.m.i Reading
.nu. Cod.. th0 /ollowng described -1 1i
min es. 11 a.m.: General businessand properly ".. been ss''ud for nom
{ poym.nl 0' d.lonQuonl nl"ft.1 rev.
correspondence. NATIONAL BANKOF
9:15 a.m.: Report of count .nu. t.... due from Earl I fares.
engineer. Final: Approve and pay bills P. O. Bo '41. Naples Fla, The
properly will b. old In accordancewith
10 a.m.: Report of county the pro"lIlon. 0' Stcto", 5336of NAPLES
the Iet.rn.l, Revenue Code. and ;.
health and welfare. NEWS FOR the .ul.lo", U..und". .1 pub tf
10:30: a.m.: Presentation of RUBBER STAMPS Ioc euctien' 0" the h' day 0' April'. '
I9M. at 11:00 AM. at Boat Haven )'
Naples Inc.. 1 1414 5th Ave S.. Na. # complete
pies FlaDescription. I' F .
of property: /
4 A ON STATE HIGHWAYTO ((1)I 1951 Chevrolet Pick Up Truck Y't. ---
HU ACRES i it64 Florida tan (4 Q/K 601 .L\ banking
,ISLES OF CAPRI( Motor Jt JIA 741444 '''''' -r:
(I) I95 Ford Pick' Up Truck ., .
19(3 Florida' tec 64 Q/K SOS "
AND MARCO ISLAND Ser FI006M3IOS7Only 'r'.d services
the right' title' I and interest of .,- ..,. -
Property all cleared, Light, Telephone, Earl E, Balea In and to the, propertywill .' .
be offered for tale. ,
and Public Water Service. The term ef payment will be Cash < ) .

or equivalent ..
PHILIP H. KEYESP. District' Director of
Internal! Revenue NOW IN USE Is the new addition at was the general contractor for Rocco
O. Box 1306 Naples, Florida Revenue Officer the rear of the Naples Post Office Marino of Miami Beach, owner of the
Mar 22 19(4 alt First National Bank of Naples
MI 2-2780 which added 4,000 square feet to the building. Cost was estimated at

TWELFTH IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE IN building and nearly doubled its work. $40,000. (NEWS photo) MEMBER,

AND FOR FLORIDAIN COLLIER COUNTY. ing space. Frank Govatt of Miami Federal Reserve System Federal Depoit Insurance Corp

FOR LEASE IN HOWARD JOHNSON BLOCK Case No 2021 :romml.o", 0' Collier County
CATHERINE 0. WRIGHT PUBLIC NOTICE Florida. that Section, 3 12' (II' 01 Everyone Head The NEWS
Plaintiff, I the, aforesaid, Act be and the same
NOTICE OF RESOLUTION I hereby n u".I.d and Imptament.ed. .
WILLIAMYARTHUR WRIGHT. IMPLEMENTING and that, a p"bloC henna beheld
Defendant' SECTION 3 ((2)) (k.) I .ft.r ullloc.IO", 0' notice, ,,,,,.. '
NOTICE OF SUIT OF THE COUNTY CODE ,of i by printing one a week. for HOUSE FOR SALE $28,500 UNFURNISHED
TO: WILLIAM ARTHUR' WRIGHT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1 I"", 13' consecutive, weeks In asewsoaper
191 Galloping Hill I Road You will pleee take. notice' that the, a' general' circulation .
Roselle Park. New Jersey following resolution has been adopted ,-ulllo..d I" Collier, Counly the ; .
You ere hereby notified" that suit by'''' Board of County Com. t first' publication, being made not k \ rf11'r' r'f' ; \
has been filed' against you, WILLIAM miionr of Collier County FlorIda I ass than twenty ((20)) days and notmore rr a ,1t.; t tI.
ARTHUR WRIGHT, In the and that a public hearing: will, I than thirty (30) days prior to : } I I Itt
above entitled cause end you are be held thereon on April 14. 1964 at 1 I" for said' """"". : '
hereby required to serve the PI.I". 10:30: o'clock A.M., et the Court Section". (2)< ) (k.) of lId Act pro
till's attorney whose name and address house. County Commissioners, m.e' IIn. 1 ild..
appear heron your written room East Naples. Florida: "RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
defense. if any. to the bill 0' com. NOTICE 0' RESOLUTION Shall Include parks, playgrounds
plaint In said ."". a copy 0' which IMPLEMENTING bathing, beaches, athletic, fields, .
I. delivered to you herewith' 0" or SECTION 3 ((2)) (k.) bathousas' swimming, pools golf
EXCELLENT TERMS to DESIRABLE TENANT before April 27. 1H4.voi OF THE COUNTY CODE courses, auditoriums, community ','
Herein fall not or a Decree Pre WHEREAS pursuant to the terms Center, aquariums' oceanarluma,
or Con'.I.o will b. entered against. of Section 3 (2)( ) (k) of an Act 0' panne laboratories museums. sir
Will subdivide! (hi* prominent location Into for the: relief preyed for In the the Leglalature. of the State of Fl 10" dlumt, yacht basins, boat ramps,
bill of complaint The nature I of the Ma known a* the Collier County docks. piers' and other facilitiesof ,
mall bazaar with 10' x 12' bar conditioned hope.. suit herein' filed I I. a divorce proceedIngs Code Act and being House Bill, I IUS a similar kind, which are of
of the 1961 Legislature, the Board a permanent and Continuing, nagtun. I.
for $45 to $65 per month with all utllitlc Area Witness; my hand and seal of said nf County Commissioners' of Collier, ."
surrounded by 150 motel room.. Court at Naples, Florida, this lit" County la authorized and empowered Servlcea to be provided thereun1er .
day of March. 1966.MARGARET. to 'Institute a county recreational< consist of a complete recrea-
T. SCOTT nrouram and fecihUes, and to do all 1"on.1" program and faeldias, to b. r
Burton Bros. Clerk of Court things' ".c..ryl" connection, therewith I',"."c.d IIIf .d valorem' t.....
(CLERK'S SEAL) In preservation of the ".."", Done this 10th day of March, 1964,
By INEZ MAQILL, safety. welfare and convenience 0' BOARD OF
921 3rd Ave., So. Phone 2-5208 Deputy Clerk,: the Inhabitants ef said county upon COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .
PARKS and EMERSON, compliance with Part III of ud OF COLLIER COUNTY y Y1
169 Fifth Avenue South Act. ..ndWHEREAS. FLORIDA
Naples Florida' Part III of said Act By DEWEY POLLY
: : "" '::' ... ::',' : .. ..w,...... ( aJohn W. Emerson provides the' procedure whereby ud, I{iSPAL)
: )fii : +. :: ; .: b:: ;
,...".;."Je : : ? : M r: I Attorney Plaintiff' authority may be activated and implemented >ATTEST
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED 'f ;: OF INTENTION TO by the Board M f ..,,11 i Mar 22 29. Apr. 8. 1964 all
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME On picturesque 19th Avenue South IVj blocks from Beach. Large
The underlined' doe hereby eer-
.hi1 ., ,' wholesale, and*servlcellbus'na ess retail at, \ NRPIES 11JI'1"f" /, y h i. 17' x 24' living room with 12' beamed ceiling. 3 bedrooms, 2'/j' baths;

Immokalee.. Florida under the fog ";: 1l1R. } 12 x 17 Florida room. Completely equipped kitchen. Carport and

i1: Bermu&g said tltloua: I :.mr.of :!2.'Ii; and the that following ...e. J TRAVEL 81' (ty wash house ,
: the Sljops, in. persons w"oe- nme and ,
FRED ef H.residences EDENFlCLD' are aa follow: flRRiva REFRESHED Situated on a very private beautifully landscaped 100 x ISO foot lot, I

.:!:: SALE MAE, Glendale Immokale W. EDCNFIELD.Subdivision. Florida, \ ,H//r// TIME TO SPARE r For information call owner, N.L. Wallingford

Glendale Subdivision' i
i : Immodele, .. FloridaOWNERSHIP 2-4898 or 2-4730 or see your Broker
so Men's Sport Coats 20% offi follows: OP FRED'S I I. a* "'*>.' FZ NAPLES IlIlLIIIES ,

i Men's Sport Shirts 20% off MAE W. EDENFIELD 60%
It I I. our Intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
'i; Women's Shetland & Cashmere Sweaters I I''tor| for Collier County, Florida' to reIN
the "FREDTS"under
said name of ,
:;; also Bermuda Shorts ': the provisions of Chepter
209S3. L.... of Florid. Acts of 1941.
; Witness their hands this 20th day

20off :t: of March FRED 1964. H. EOENFIELO Enjoy/ ; /Shopping;

!! 30 Swim quits H off and 'less 1 .i Mar, 22, 29. Apr. 1. 12. 1964 #7iN \ .. ,. ,. I ... I"- ,.

Y f J TWELFTH; < THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT" THE IN IiI! ... <,-' .. .' 'J"" I''. I "..f ",,,, 1 \J

:f: At The Entrance to the Piccadilly Pub I' i CHANCERYCASE NO 2027 ". -ON-


h ": nIT' B.l, : JiilJi A.. ]r.tl I(I husband and wife Plaintiff, .

ItdMpl.ESlTRE a widower,
TO: JOHN McCAULEY and his,
o/o Ohio Hotel Wootter. Ohio

i MARCH 12nd THRU MARCH lath and LAIN H a widower LEWIS CHAMBER S771 Est.
re 1. R. & R. Robinson Inc.
_... .. ." ,, Boulevard Florida Fort Myera Beach, ,
You are hereby notified that 2. Harmon Gallery
I Complaint' for Mortgage Foreclosure Naples Finest Resort And Speciality
4 Columbia ,ha been filed again you In the 3. Harold Grant's Shops
Circuit Court of Collier County, Flor.'
SUN. i lea' ,In Chancery, wherein LEAMON 4- Antique AddictCattle's
"".b."d and wife, are Plaintiffs 5.
Fine Linens
end you are Defendant; and you
MON. are required to serve a copy of"or Ample Un-Metered Parking II
Answer or Pleading to the 6- Grace Lake Florist
fflillr PIII l of Complaint I for Mortgage Fore-
1 rloeur, upon, > the Plaintiffs' Attorney, 7. Bob Baker Shoes
TUES.a Fmmet: B. Anderson 14 lit Dun
Ni ll l Miua treet. Fort Myers, Florid, and ,
8. Zita Inc.Johnston
file. the original' Answer or Plead- .
> >. ,In the office of the, Clerk of '
he, Circuit Court of Collier County, 9. of Florida
Florida on or before the Hrd day
ft' April .ItM. If you fall to do ao 10. Mark Fore and Strike I
...,." '11' .. .. ,." Decree Pro Confeaao will b* taken ,
against' vou for the relief demandedIn
the Complaint n.l2. Helen Burton-Little I
WED. i H 111 : DONE AND ORDERED .In Naples
:;;: Collier County Florida' on this Itth Coquina Shop
a day of March. 1964.MARGARET.
THUR. } n-GiSHOClSUSl'lN T, SCOTT Ralph H. Lesher Jewelry
'- ; Clark of the Circuit Court .
FRI. J IIIWtcuij 5 (CLERK'S Collier SEAL County) Florida 13. Marion Michaels 1

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is. Brae Bedell Inc. .

KISS$ > ,; DUCK lEE...YAuPEVILLE' 16. The Fligor's Wool Shop r /, / ;

SAT. } OFTME' ? I IMPIR coL""oR Lon I'OVL&nIl. I 17. Sports & Specialty Shop ?t -

Y 18. Seminole Fine Foods Market Jr'1

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II 19- Service
Community Station a.- I y/

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MARCH I2n4 23rd I MARCH, 27th 2UK

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MON f'I e9ea1 YnIT "._p era. Modem EolpmtiU. SAM.
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and Florida Including Naples

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etc. Write for rate and coat
eftlmitea from any city to j

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Henson 201 and Nate Hunt t\'5.
; Nelson was the outstanding : '
1 one with a 493-196. Ruth ,$'j
Moyer recorded a 457-171,
tor N E R By MARION SORENSEN 4- Myrtle Brack a 1871oner,Betty .

. . S. S e.rPl Hardwlck 174,Ruth Moreau 162.
Nancy Dun 148 and 147,Angeline

Leagues are beginning to' 208, Fred Sheets 203, J. Bout- 213. Ken -McConkey posted a .Calltrl Ing MEN'S the 142.league CHURCH was DJ-. Lead-Sal- 1t SAVE CASH !0 CM' SAVE STANlPSlM; !

draw to a close. If you will well 199 Mike Pike 198 and 585-205), Leon Snyder 560204. mon as he rolled games of ,
,notice many leagues are very L. Meadors 197. Ed Shaner had a lone 188, 202-186-215 for a 603 set. --- "- -
tight" and It should be Inter CONSTRUCTIONEERSBob -- Henry Harer 186, George Vvea- Gene Tlllman tallied a 588-220-
esting In the next few weeksto Schwelkert with a 589-217, vcr 185 and the 5-10. Paul 202 Norman Turner 552-208.
watch the results. A win led Richards Roofing to their Abrahamson the marksman Bud Hogue produced a 203 sin-
or lose at this time for sev- win over Beach Cabinet. John convening the 3-7-10, Scott gle, Gil Newton and Frank Llles
eral teams In various leaguescan Stull produced a 594 with high Wolfe 6-7-10 Wes Miltner 3- Sr. 201. Howard Sharp 196 and
make drastic changes In games of 201 and 211, F. Lord 10 and Mac McKlrlhan the 5- Joe Haslup 191. Pl nruD-B ErS 303 23$
the standings.When 566-198, Tom Miller 558-193, 7 twice. ROCK 'N BOWLERS r. e
the final league meet- Ralph Leigh 557-202. Duane NITE OWLS .. Star for In a makeup game between
Ings are held and officers are Lyons and Charles Nicholas the nlte was Juanita Snyder Mark Fore & Strike vs. Hol- 1
elected for the following year listed 204 games Mike Pike tossing a 526-192. Joanne Man- land Salley Mary Jo Gibbs, Stokley's Honey Pod 303
leave the results at the deskIn 199 Walt Brehm. Gene Tess- deville recorded a471-1&9.Bea with a 503-185, led the Sal- PEAS 2 3 7
either house--Thanks! ier, Clyde Floyd 200, Marvin Mohrbacher 462-171, Nelllne ley team to a 3 point victory.In Cni
LeMasters 198, Ed Best 195, Mann 453-170 and Ann Davis regular play Holland Salley
BROOKSIDE BOWL Gene Chamberlln and Dick Cap- 450. Dee Shimer and Wanda won all from Imperial Phar-
COMMERCIAL -- Buck pelle 194 and Fred Bell 190. Rice reached 171 singles, macy led by Ethel Jones 586- OTA
Perry with a 643-186. led WOMEN'S CHURCH .. Agatha Cleary 170, Bertha 210, and Mary Jo Gibbs 541- I s GRUNu'BEANS 2303. Qi
Wimps to their win over Pub- Etta Wright was high for the Bradley 158, Ruby Lind 154, 192. J. Reahard with a 456- \
lix. Paul's Texaco took all Gutter Dusters as they won all Patti Dozzle 152, Virgie Hutto 175 gave Ace Beauty a big assist -
from Troplgas with Gene Tes- from Question Marks tossinga 150 Ruth Campbell 145 and In their win over Carousel Kay Jun
sier's aid, 552-195. Em Em- 442-178. Wanda Rice took Flo Ransome 142. Davina Soc Ann Follis reached a
erick had his highest series, scoring honors for the night kaloskl converted the 2-7 and 465 series Marge Seaberg460, YAMSHunt's 2 Cant 491
using games of 179, 244 and with a 489212. Hazel Abra- reached a 146. Martha Vanchura 458, Marg
214 for a 637. Bob Moor- hamson 475-172 Marg Miltner SUGAR 'N SPICE -- Patsy Lee 456, Loretta Easterly
head had his first 600 for 162 and the 2-10. Marie Wea- Robertson with a 476 set and 455 and the 6-7-8-10. Anna Hunt's
the season games of 235-179 ver 159 Marge Thomas 150 Jo Powell 467 led the NutmegsIn Mae Penno-120 avg-flred a 9
and 188 gave him a 602. Jim Davina Sockaloskl 140. Dot their win over Gingers. High 202 singleton Shirley John- (;Jive 'if1 j' TOMATOES Large 2h) A JC
Croak posted a 571-213. G. Larimer the conversion Expert for the league was Eloulse son 199, Betty Pauly 181,Wanda ,, Can
Wall 569-222, Ken McConkey on the 3-7-10. Williams 499187. MargeTho- Jones and Tina Kibbe 170.Bebe SunshineStamps .'
567-wlth high games of 204- MEN'S CHURCH -. Meth- mas and Cindy Brisson had Moog 173. Bobbl Lobenthal : I Joan Of ArcKIDNEY
203 Red Lord and Earl Can- odist ##1 took all from Meth- Identical 484series,Marge with came up with a 169, Bessie 2 25
nady 561 sets Earl with a odist ##12 with an able assist a 166 high and Cindy 183. Marie Combs 173, Gerl Weeks 158, BEANS I"::. $
214 high and Red a 201. Russ from Vern Allen's 549-201 and Weaver reached a lone 193 Dorothy Zoller 156, BJ 1
Gay listed a 551-214 Jim Hay- conversion of the 3J10 and 4- Hazel Abrahamson 179 Joa Broughton 161, M. Shivel 1V2; ,
nes Jr.545-212. R.Cole reach 5 splits. Charlie Rice was Sharp 173. Kaye Rans 170Julie E. Cole 159 and Peggy Dens "The Best Of Meats For Miles Around" :
ed a 214 single. Fred Clark high for the nite with a 599- Yanson 172 and the 3-7-10.Judy more 161. Honorable mentionto
Russell 163 Mae Davis 161. A. Garber, Alma Whldden.V. .
Morgan, Shirley Beck, Enid U.S. Choice Boneless' '
Sunday, March 22. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3JGHJ'8 Etta Wright posted a 170 and -
converted the 5-10 and the 3- Decks, Gae Buck, Clara Gar-
10. Mary Kline produced a vin and Frances Tucker for TOP ROUND STEAK 974
160, Joa Loach 158,Jane Bowes games way over their average. lb.
OfrcfWcaf l Oervi'c* 155, Polly Pearson 153, Libby Ethel Dlnaburg and Sandy
Treadwell 147 Flo Coe 145, Hackney converted the 6-7-10,
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL Rett Ingram 135. Ruth Dodge Joyce Haslup the 5-10 and Bette U.S. Choice BonelessROUND

Ph. MI 2-3696 1 1175 Pine St. Naples, Fla. picked MERCHANTS up the 410.-- It was win Price COFFEE the 3-6-7.'N DONUT .- SWISS STEAK lb. 884

Jean and Hatcher
Vogt Mary
or lose for most teams. Roses -
Texaco took all from Kwlk tossed Identical series of 496
Chek Ed Buscemi high for to lead the league. Jean useda U.S. Choice Boneless
Tic A .u cy With ,.,..... Service the winners with a 588-219- 176 high game and Marya
4 208. Yahl Bros led by O.B. 181. Donna Hatley and MaryJo DENVER ROAST 884
I IA Osceola 589-239 won all from Gibbs also rolled like sets lb.
King Insurance. High for Kingswas of 484. Donna's high game was
4pond.blo nfancy, ro.popaIM Bud Hogue with a 570. 187 and Mary Jo's 175. Mary U.S. Choice
*: for proUcttaf you, jour Rae Hendrix with a 548-189, Armbrust listed a 473, Belle $1 IQ
family, -boot* and bu lnoiociflt led Naples Marine Corp In their Corwin 471 and Sandy Hackney
too erory jnourable throat win over Dunbars. Isle of 464 Shirley Glasser presented EVE OF ROUND ROAST lb. .
of through a planuod program lone
a 178 ,
of protection uoranteod! Capri took all from Marhoefer HelenTracy175.Chris
by componie of anqaMtfoaod #1 with an able assist Hatcher 157, Joyce Zate
financial atronftfc. from Al Tatu 500-201. Rich- 152, Janie Prlller 151, Jackie
ard Golden 565-220 led Mar- Morgan 145 and Leona Pilson pORK 394

hooter Fuller Indlstrles.##12 In their Rlcn win over Yam 142.BIG CYPRESS MIXED .- ROAST ,lb.

fired a lone 226, Wayne Graham Panthers outran the Razor . . . . .
Backs to the tune of all points .
209, Harold Daniels 208 .
t Inll.UllllRlICI, lie.Grc and C. Geltz 200. D. Larson with Lee Wirdrlp leading 474- I Hotcake Special 1 I
reached a 199 single E. Gil- 173. Gene Tillman registereda r I :
(52 Srfc Avon.. ..... land 198JrSlmpson197Mar- 580-209 to be high for the
Phono 2.5141NaoJa vin LeMasters 196 and Hub league. Jack Hatcher 576-212, I Pillsbury .

*. Florida Rans 192.FIRST Gene Tessler 554-208. Bettye Pancake Flour 2 J:'x
FLORIDA CLASSIC- Hoverman led the fair sex witha : : 29c :

Jim Croak blasting out a 232 487-179. Bill Henry reached Cabin I
Log I a
and 202 for a 618 set help- a 172 loner Tom Schessler I
ed Designs sweep all from In 204, Maude Wainwright 172,
HOUSE FOR SALE vestments. Ike Wolford gave Ann Schessler 167. Helen Hall : Syrup (Refl.RoyaGelatin. 63c .:,.) 49c :

Jim an assist with a 568 set. and lo Henry 160, Ann Hanna- . . . . .
Joe Salmon fired a 615 with ford 154. Carol Rogers posteda
high games of 213 and 223, 152, Sue Tillman 159 Flora
Bill Keeling 603 204 230. .Edwards 156 Shirley Wardrip [ .
Owner moving North. 4 bedroom, 2 bath cus- Frances Lord 586-225-204, and Edith Stone 150.BOWLERETTES 6 44
Harry Sauchelll 581-212. Mike -- May Pie FillingsStokley's Plcgs.'t
tom built CBS home, near schools and shoppingcenter. Pike found the groove for a Grant a 138 average bowler
249 loner Fred Hillman 205- was really "hot" as she fired
Large Fla. room and garage. Kitchen has 223. Ken McConkey 210, Wes that ball right Into the pocketfor
Henson 205, Wm. Jones and 7 straight strikes and end- 34602.
built-in range and 30" oven. Cedar and birch Bob Abbott 203. Earl Can- ed up with a 254 game fora PING U91p
nady 202 and Don Elferdlnk 525 series This will win
paneling throughout home. Central oil heat. 201. May a century patch from . . . . .1

PINE LANESCONTRACTORS WIDC for rolling 100 plus over : 25 EXTRA STAMPS
Beautiful lawn and undreground sprinkling system -- In win her average In slnglegame. rI
ning 3 points from Moons Ma- Ethel Dlnaburg with a 505- B With Purchase of : ,
and pump. Air-conditioned. Must be seen sonry, Boat Haven moved Into 191 and the 6-7-10 split, led NABISCO
first place. Phil Morse was Pampered Poodles In their win | I
to be appreciated. Reasonably priced. high for the winners with a over Jim's Sunoco Jerl Jera-
490-211 and DJ. Salmon hada bek was the talented one for OREO Delmonico SPECIAL
569-204 for Moons. Jack the nlte with a 572198. Lucille -
Hatcher totaled a 576-209, Tex Lord produced a 523-179, I 494 I
1233 Royal Palm Drive. Phone MI 2-4850 Kaverman 562 with two 200 Martha Vanchura 511-207 \ COOKIES I ,, .
games. Walstrom listed a Terry Murnan 504-191, Dot v.. 49 :
214 single.Carl Armbrust 213, Donelson and Mary Armbrust
each had a 500. Dot used a ", - -- - t- : ; -,
191 high and Mary 181. Marg I.
YANKEE'S LANDING A CooperativeCHESAPEAKE Lee listed a 477 set, Ina Bunt- OFFER
Ing 467. Louise Fort In 462 and
AVE., OYSTER BAY the 35.10, Margaret Miller
458, Hazel Aldacosta 455 and

7. Helen Henson came up witha an atlraQ w., reusable plattlc conioUo. *.
-;- -' ?. "' ; ,'0 ( .\\1' 'ft- .i'
L, ..:: ""', '1; .. ;: OWiYub. 187, G finny Panlplnto 163,Elizabeth -
Hardwick 162 and Ruby
Sims 151.Bowling.


( on page 11-11) Green

ME11PIIlStAP1-) S.vigeopenmi
his car trunk noted a
u. dully package ''nllde
II was the beautiful brass

.'* Landing I I. not m warmed ever Ea.t Coast ...1,. with rabbit hutch' ,tlI.for wastebasket he had bought' I.. Red Florida IRADISHES
give his wife for and
a cliff dweller "high rUe" with attendant plumbing noiae and conceited .<.
then forgotten it. He took 'it home
...phr.. and, sheepishly, h.ndedI to -
Yankee' Landing U an original nnd eieitine co-op or condominium d.I,. that has his wife.. She almost bunt into
been repeatedly mistake for a> large homo and >et provide privacy and gracious tear of joy ,
accommodation on the ground floor. Yankee'. Landing 210 foot waterfront site Their. wedding annivmarv
overlooking Naples Bay, will harbor enl, 12 couples at against .1 to 64 couples And the thought he had forgotten
on similar frontage In other Co..,.. N. need for a "black tI." to get the morning
paper or carry out the garbage.

Direct acres front your own dock to the quiet. waters of Naples Bay and the SPECIALS FOR MON., TUES. & WED.
11,0" ialanda or out Gordon Pass to Gulf fi.hlng. t.' OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 P.M
Yankee'. Landing I I. Hot on paper several model available today for your Inipec* won IUN. run a. mfc 'H.si.the bssr Ur isueh..db.lI3UNSHINE'SUPREXI
tlon a ltd purchase at *....Ible price. Silver King

rs_ H.ren .. .
I-J8S7 or Ml t-34t
Cape. Cecil Lamb
921 3rd Ave., So. Phone Ml 2-3208 After Mown, MI 2-3937 or 2-3324

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; ;. Z').> 1111 tides. nl Dim 104 July Omsk
I c.ly Measuring Cup

COUNTY II dos, 1.0 un 11\" Ash Trays
I dos ( 'aul)6urar) Pourers

I enly 151 10 10 qt, Yap Bucket 011 casters II does 140 1103 4101.. 'Ia.rbert
onI, In I WItt Gnrbng. Can es. 17' GUI Parfait
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS II doa. 140 .00 IIA! 0.Ihlimp Cocktail
4 no
only Garbll' Can

tiR J I Jr lU J II ''J1 rn ImI] JUII!! I only at0 Garbage Can I dos. 110 Supreme Bowls Complete

Today Is Palm Sunday, March 1000 sell Tea BII.ra b.. 17 I lee 11 a. Collins Olus

Q_ ( ace, In 22,the 19&4.year.Today's Thert. art 284 days lea 109418 g only 248 /31s': Alum Drat trays 1dec.. 171 ill 7 0&0 In Ball

T highlight m history 4 only toe 141 \!" Trays

On this date In 17C3, King; Valor Tesoomelode'
George in approved the Stamp I only III 1100 W OGd.n Cult.ry BOIl BOH4S 30 dos MI

Act-an event that was to playan leg I. De..1i Forks
I b. Griddle CI.anarI
[//L Important part In the events let
: lutlon.leading to the American Revo only Ihl4 Cutting Board I dol. 18. TtllIpOOII

l t' I only Wooden Paddis 11 do. 18' BouWa Spoons
On this dates

l1 ; .... In 1794, Congress abolishedthe I only ua No. I Can Opener dOl. '" .. O'ater "on.I .
-"' slave trade with foreign
tartly dolo. ii I pc. Knlv.a
;, h countries. 41" Potato Cutter
II 1L t'1W Iirt f I In 1820, Commodore Stephen don liS' steak .
l h I do. ABC I WIre Glass Racks ICnh.
J: i'; \Ivti Decatur lei I
l i / mortally woundedIn B09414 100. Ion Chalra RED: $732l
ii Mll1L \.V'' a duel with Commodore only toe "eill. Buckets
James Barron In Bladensburg only Its Bill 'r. Rinse Unit
I 1 do. au loft Plastic Bread Baete

..._ .tJ.1., Md.In 1933 D.I I'80..70 I only 17. 'R afar potato B094U It only D ss 14 Tablas with lOll baser
\ t: s :jfI1.j President Franklin
r Roosevelt signed a bill legallz I only l7a CII4 Piano Whip 14" t2 only D 14 s .0" loll "
Ing the sale of wines and 3.2
beer a preliminary to com. 1 only n. catl PIano WhIp 1$" I only T /' K" Island Dirplay

plete repeal of Prohibition I only 17. C11i PIano whip U" I only T 48' Bar Counter
In 1942, a Japanese ultimatumto
surrender Bataan Peninsula I only 17. lg.nly T Bar Brads
steak w.ihlI
research In the European archives other aborigines across the wa-

PONCE d. LEON will probably reveal this.Ponce's ters. Sea-going canoes some- wus Walnwrlght.rejected by Gen Jonathan only 171 110 steak T..r I only T UtlUty Stand.

OFFNAPLES men still had visionsof times 80 feet longwithtwodozen In 1944, U.S. heavy bombers lowly 141 Chin. Cap I only T Cub register StandS
acquiring much Gold from the rowers constantly traded attacked Berlin.

Experiencing s calm,the ship Chief Caloos. Llnle did they objects from one tribe to another Ten years ago-The Chinese I mly UI 4801 Alum Colander only k 'II..LUC Cocktail unitnII\ combinationS

of Ponce de Leon floated on the know the fierce personality of hence tliri shocking Nationalist Assembly on For. I onl, Large Strainer only I GPO Beverage Coder
quiet Gulf waters. They were this Individual who actually when an archeclogbt finds a mosa reelected Chiang KaI.
off a lovely area where the turned out to be the nemesisof Mayan object In a mound on our shek president for a six-year I only Err'lleerI I only T Water' Service Unit

mainland] came right down to the Spaniards later on. This Florida coast. term. only. Flour Iltt.r BOHIO Saturn Orange CB 111I., white.Sad 1114
fierceness carried Now the caravel headed north Five years ago President
the beach. was on by
1014" onI II"Solid
IU 11S Spoons
Carnal Abdel Nasser of the
his who against the coastline with Anton 111 Belmont Cups50da.
Now take a look at your sons, carried on over ,
Florida maps. You will see 100 years of continuous war de Alamlnos looking for a pass that United the Arab Iraqi Republic government charged had I only II' 'II U" Perforated Spoons 111 PacifIc Saucers

only ONE place without the fare with the Spaniards untila deep enough for entrance. refused to Join an Arab attackon lent, IU lIS 15"Slotted lpoon 1 dos III ioU 'latter.II .
Inland waterway and mangroves defeat In 1637. Sharp eyes on the shore followed Israel In 1958 and that Egypt

separating the beach from the About the "low gold" that every move as the news was not able to do It alone. gamy 110 n Pdrork do. III $4 PlatteraOdos

mainland. Yes, this is our own the West Coast Indians were of the events on the East Coast One year ago-A Paris news I only IU sos 54over 8011 $ 111 11"nail..
lovely Naples beach, where the supposed to have -- actually reached the scouts of the Cacique paper, Le Monde, quoted Cuban ,
mainland comes right down to there probably was none except Caloos. In the, villages Prime Minister Fidel Castro as I enty 150 II Shopworn Miser dos. III Garpetrults the I

the beach. a few trade samples obtained the Caloosas sharpened their being critical of Soviet Premier tent, lao 10 DIMerIonly 1 d.... III 11Nappi...
Whethe Ponce de Leon's men from far off places. arrows. Khrushchev's actions In the.
Cuban missile crisis age 10 DletI.rI II don 111 110... Bouillon
Beach Indians
landed on Naples U not were well
known at the moment. Further known for their trading with (to be continued) ** only fee 11 IpadaI 111\ dt. ua 64 Plates

I only 111 DOaIO lea lcoop dolo III ,., PlaterBoss94

Stamps In The Newsp Notice la hereby IV Ivan CLERK that OF the CIRCUIT undersigned' COURT MARGARET T. SCOTT I cnly 11. 100010 ice lcoopBOHII holy A III lacer
I Clerk, of Circuit Court of Collier County Florida, will on the lit day
of April ll>4, at t o'clock P.M? at front door of the Courthouse, Collier I only us .1110 Alum. I cup Mauur. 4 only au Cork Tray.l .
Netvif'eafvrei I County, In East Naple. Florida, offer for sale end tell et public outcry
to the highest' end beet bidder for cash, the following described property I onI, ImaU "unnal.I only B 1411.. "
By *YD KRONISH situated In Collier/ County, Florida, to.wit
I VOle NO. only 11. /4 GrxierI BOI711 I only V JFI 110.10 Root Fun laoy II IMP

SEVERAL NEW SETS of stamps ranging from a Boats BOtlll t i only only Pintle Died Ellcer Cover only nl la"Butch.raawS 109311 lot Drlpouts t

variety of birds to old sailing vessels have been
only ue Ladle I do.. 15. "
issued by Australia The bird set features a magpie BOMM 11 do. 171 0710 I'/i 01. Whlakey 0' 111

framed by eucalypti galah perched on a dead tree anda 2 c. Cocktail Napkin holy U8 II 1 oa. Ladle 7 only 141 4518 Alum. Tray.

blue wren on a backaround of braken fern. All three 2 e. C.llo'tlrr.,. Sooty I 010 ladleS 1- Tray/ and.
tamps are in natural color. The
ship aet consists of two stamp, only Lime Iqu....,* only 4 05. Ladle 110 Lb. 8e. NoetmBO.I'7'

One depitct I portrait of Matthew US L1A 10,000 Orange Bar Check I only I 0' Ladle #t tI I nlY 8Dlshwunlng" Haddad
Flinders with his ship, the "In.
veitigator," in the background 10,000 Green Bar Check only d4 Skimmer I only Dlshtable

The other adhetive shows George 17 1,000 Tea Baner I only WI":lIIlmm.r j I only liS IUU Cain glass rink
Bass with the whale boat in '.
I 110 9411 I tt$ Pin Knits
which he entered Baa Strait. BO.47I I only SIS 7420-4 6.8 Pan 4rI I only I only B CC 10 q1. .Iltr
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These two tamps art part of the 7420-0 1 only 7l Steak TIII'II.r I only B
I only IU. 84 Pan -. .\ Ch"par Attachment CC20VJ

Iwitfwthe Navigator recent. aerie,Tai'man which t Issue began 4 only 8231.I '". ,7511.4 B'S Pin with cOVSra .. .4A\'U\! \ only I I OrapalnU Bells I ,?.n ; J.. i.' a edya "" 145 '5,I4H e ,N Vowed WI Toaster .

I yhd\ k1rhultdnebui f aiue'ol' it&ni ''the'1ndiin' N.tlonlliltifi: In" 1 only m'\lr I : 7513.1, 6" Pea ;rllh. cover" I ... I only j'j'I 521 Fruit ICItlte' 'j' t''J ""iJutJ 1f1A1x00y6.IA8: ; T' Yq':13Bi' in' ..jRonwarm.r: ,,;I k :. '

Flinders and the 1930s she
honoring Bats recalls joined Mahatma
I dos. Ole AlIIIII. Gold Water Pltch.ra BOtl78
111 I
only tu
their voyage together in Ohandi In his now famous act of S only au 75264 5.8 Pan with cover 43"0 8 burner range with In Sh.1tI

1796 in the "Tom Thumb" and civil disobedience. The climax 4 snip au 1114. 5.8 'an with cover 4 only I" Sow ." Pong TOIIIaI only IU Hot Top HI 'h.1t
their later of her political In
separate explorations. career was
I only Portion $c555" 1 only 1'.t I
It is also appropriate that the 1947 when she became governor I only IaIA Alum Mixing Bowl 145 Fry top and hi 11I.11lonI

Flinders stamp will be released of the United Provinces. She 4 only Cake 'an I only 11. 1111 Large 'otato Masker IU I I' I Fr.ra with backruard

; on the 150th anniversary of his died In 1949. Conera
I only .01 IblO tutte
death. .a. 4 only 10. Cak. Pan Canopy and tIIt.r. 18'..4'I

S. A two-color cachet of Trim I only n. Mop Wrln.r I only Griddle scraper only IU 90-.0 Broiler
India has issued a new commemorative Castle, County Meath Ireland
BO.411 1 only 118 leesBlack Rap Pan I only swivel' Potato Piler8o I only M
stamp honoring the will be sponsored for stamp col v 30" .a" Maple table adr

85th anniversary of the birth of lectors March 17 to honor St, 4 only Alum. Roast Pans 14 s III 4405 dos. III III e.8 I 0. Sail ltaak' 1 only\ 10JW water heater Lr

Madam Sarojml Naldu Patrick's Day. The will
reports covers only 941 U1I Alum, atorage Pats 1 doa. SIC Ill SA I 01. '.pper 11a..r.I I only liS Gait, p" "nil A dralnbo.rd 14"
the World Wide Philatelic Agency be mailed in Ireland with attractive *

Madame Naidu was known as a Irish commemorative 4 only au 4M3 .. .. .. only 110 .1 11" Butcher Steal I only D e .05 Aerohot food lablI .

fiery orator and politician. She Itlmp.,postmlrked Meath where
4 only 141 U11 I only no .1 Meat Cleaner only R 8'.0" ""
matriculated at Madras University the cattle ia situated. This is the Mapl. table 'dr.Batln .

atll't age of 12 and later studied 13th consecutive cachet of the I only au IIOt .A Mixing Bests I only no CII U" French Knite

in England at Kings College and historical Irish castle aeries to
IU noo 1 only no C40 10" Butcher Knife I
I only UI Mixing Bowls only It
triton College. She began her be Issued. Collectors in the 4' x OF' UIiIIt,Stand

political career by making United States wishing such I only au not e4 Mixing Bowls I only 110 CII French Knife I only U GBU..t Ie. Maker
speeches to promote the"remlnl'I" covers may write to: Irish
a only IU nos g.. asiaing Bowls I only 110 .0301 Lunch'Ue.rI 1 only H
movement in India Cachet Covers, 947 East 32 St., Maple table a dr. &'o30" xl"I
She was the first woman ever to Brooklyn N.Y Cost per cover I is I only III 100 Roll Cover only 110 CU" Binning Knit. only US .UI
i ia Ga/y. Sink
preaide at an annual session of 55 cents dralnboard
only IU 1402. Ui Pans 1 only 110 CUM Binning Knit. I only Maple table and draw.r s'.I4"xa"

BOH1I Ion:, 111 140e Sauce Pen icily 110 'UO II" Slicing KnUeBO" I only
% HP Conpreaor toll. naive. drIer
NATIONAL OUTLOOK Sooty tIC 1408 .. jI 4 only U. Bar Spoon
and control .Irllt a glass
only III loti ; 4 only 110 Corks for 'OIIr.n
; WaIII In door 30" s't" 4"
lonl, II' 1401 .. .. f4t 1 only 17. 111 .uddI.ra
l only R
.,I 0531 Freer
Manpower Utilization-Some FactsThe. only 141 434141 .. .. I only Beer Can Opener I only R R4588 R/rlr.rator

I I I do.. p.
I ouy 111 110 Fry Pan Tonga BOtISI I only G
Manpower Reports of trlbutlon of unemployment. A Pot Rack CeUbtg. 8....."
the President and hU Secre- sample of 12 areas in which laity 118 140 .. .. 4 only U. Spring Strainer 50159. U R. Nwtss

tary of Labor give much food unemployment has been rela- Sooty 118 lea .. I doe. 118 Grip Tips Bottle 5toppere
for thought throughout. Within tively high In recent years STATE Or FLORIDA
the space limits of this column showed an actual decline in I only large SIIIUMI I only 171 $4 Small Ice Scoop BEVERAGE LICENSEState
we can examine only two the number of unemployed and COunty NO. SRI 21-27
factual Items which seem to between 1957 and 1963. Meanwhile only l IIx at Black Ro.at Pan 4 only toe 150 CllamplCnl Buckets 1B/2.63 Audit Number 3296

I us especially significant. tm number of unemployed I coil 15.10 Black Rout Pan I dOl. 140 1..1 Snip Polly dau '0' Neotei' Green
The first Is the startling fact In other areas not especially \
BOH7t I only Janitor Brooma 1 only MSIO Kiddie Chairs
that over the past six ;years regarded as centers of UI I do. Slaallnc. Platter and

the net number of new full- unemployment has increased I only III 01.. Can 119\1"" Alum WMahey" 'ou..n Holder
time Jobs generated by profit- substantially .
I I b. Pls..le 01... Boise only s4 I 0.. to 41 oa. Agpra .
oriented production for satisfying The explanation for this I doa. 101 lift Pie Tina

private wants has been strange result Is that Job- 10 only Alum. Tray Stande only 110 Ds.y lOt Crueler
I Comb. Rack Kill
practically zero. seekers have been moving out
It Sooty It I ra!. Can I only M/ Toa..er BlIDdorI
Is true that total non- of places of persistent unemployment t 9" Round Fry Baaket
farm employment Increasedby reducing the unemployment I eIy It' 110 stock pot with eovarI a Startling Tablets
4,300,000 between 1957 and In the area they left I Sauce Pane ,'}$:

1963. But almost half of this and directly or indirectly add only 111 too Stock: 'ot with coYer 1 pair NI 100 Doubl.llrlOll Ciaw Srvaa I TS Gal. Water Heater '

about 2,000,000 Jobs, represented ing to It la the areas where .J'/r,
III 130 litodt: Pd wlUl I o.dy 17. Plastic Ptsbeis :
I ant, coYer I
the I b BTioketa iI"tat
Increase In the they settled. In other words, for broilerI

number of government employees there has been a tendency, although a only 511 0 'todt: Pd wttllr I oily 110 U. lar XaIIt ",,' i
mainly In the state a slow one, for unem-
and loca' governments. ployment to spread itself more a only II' 111 Pisa Pd .Ith toner 4 only as Towel Holders Cover I-H doIoCandIt Holder I

This leaves about 2,400,000 evenly over the country. It I only Doble Bauer C only 52$ I" lu strainer Ides. Candle
as the Increase In private non- seems reasonable to conclude
agricultural employment. Buta that if the general economic BO..14 U do. loe 151 Staled Bowls Jody III Con screws II doe. Fort

part of this-about a third picture had been brighter the c ont, IS' N oat Layttat Map H.sde BOHII .. dol. 140 100'r' 7 oa, ShenIdes. I .....
Is the employment In private unemployed would have left TeaapooaaI

firms generated by expanded the depressed areas in larger I only Plat Map H4ndI. 111 111 141 .. Old raLdaIdes. doeS Ice Tee Spooni

government procure numbers and been able to find
I only IUS 11" 'u'" Brawn Its 1511 4 oaf whdq lour
I doa. BoulUoa Spooae
ment Another component of Jobs elsewhere.All .

the total is the Increased employment this suggests that one c only 513 U" Deck Brash.. nl 15.. I ... C.ttall I Stock Pot eta til

In non-profit Institutions Important aspect of our man* ..... n. 1511
estimated a only 545 Deck Sneak Handles 141 oa, CIIPIP' Ounu.M to Ike '1544 decr.e of
at foraclesure'
700000. power-utilization problemhas ssN Court, tM entered In' a m. paneling 'in
The number of part-time jobs been the absence of an Sooty 14. ,.. Bna... .a nl /M0 I oat Cordial ;rALL'E' which o. ELLIS N end EDWARD
included In the total increase overall economic climate CHLUMSKY' J.
nl 1511
Is 600000. which would have encouraged I only I" Plastic DieS Basket I 01.Sherry s w.UJAC Malntirf

When all these components greater expansion of private I gilt 1411 Sliver lukat ..... 17S 5210 4 w,ClaratI d/Ih ELMO:*.'. -.".".
eliminated the increasein profit-making activities.
are full-time employment In nomic climate" is of course"Eco- I sly Btnell Brash ..... 111 nl Carai.s and WITNESS the docket AU....... N which .Is AU....... choenc.ry isn.

.jront-maklng activities for merely a convenient term that tmd1 lee Todhpl,5Dlyunr I .... 140 194 :s e.. Mtaiag Clue u !Mi car N Mereh, ilM,hen. end tilt OfficII' auk .f Hid Court thl. 2ft1l

satisfying non-government I covers practically everything MARGARET T. SCOTT
demand figures at only 300- affecting businessmen's decisions BOWS I do. 111 Dr\pcut: II en 15 edy 121 11 SJ......r. Clerk ., the Circuit Court

000 in the period 195763. -taxation, labor relations I doa. loe Drlpeut 1 01. N 501141 I 11', 11. % oa.Creamers r,CfI'rN Count MAGILL, Florid.I

A second curious point I foreign competition II .... I" Dui II ... loa ,... CIua SMITH CARROLL VEGA, BROWN O.pwty 1. Nichols Clerk
brought out in these reports cost and price levels etc., etc. 4 doa. Vlnerar and 0" Cruets Attorn.y ror PieM/M
relates to the geographic dis I 4/dos. I" DllIOsi.WwerGlsa. Suite NeeXe.If. Florida.Belch ulMlngj'
4 Alum
only "der Caw Mirth U. 1H4I

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March It, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY 5
p, + ENr SAVE 8c Lb. CAGLES PRIDE Gov't. Insp. Grade "A" Fresh Frozen

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/ :: Prices Effective 2 9
NEW MICHIGAN MODEL opens today models in The Moorings of Naples, March 23rJ Thru' 25th
I The Berkshire a two-bedroom two- The models, on Mooring line Drive,
bath home will be open today and all have Interiors by Robb & Stucky

daily with the other Michigan Homes (Caples photo) STORE HOURS Lb.

surer, and Stanley Terry, ser.
ToastmastersTo Ceant.aUarms. Building ActivityIn Oo.n 'til 6:30: :1, \
George Vega Jr. will give Man, thru Thurs
Install New the vltt will Invocation Introduce while members John Lea.and Naples BouncesTo Open 'til 9:00 pm t' We Save You More On
Officers Tuesday Solid
their guests. A.P. Ayers will $176,437 Friday
New officer will be Installed serve as topics-master and of the Ed Things perked up quite a bit Open 'tll 17:00 I : pm Your Total Food Bill Plus
Tuesday night at the regular Daughterty as toastmaster at the City Building Department
meeting of the Naples Toastmas.tern' 'evening. during the week as 15 permitsfor '' y' We Give You Top Value
Vince Conboy will act as mas.
Club at 6:30 o'clock at the $176,437 worth of new con. .
ter evaluator with Rhys Beatty
Naples Elks Club. structlon were signed by Build.
Bruce Mumm, John Lea vltt, MaxA.
The will consist of Stamps Too !
program Ing Official Bert Plnkston.
Weston, and Cabe Luff as Quantity Rights
talks each of the officersIn
by new The first two weeks of March
which they will outline the his evaluators. combined added up to only '
duties of their office. They.are: Doyle Workinger will be the 128660. 1'
Marvin Cecil, president, Cliff timer, Johnnie Johnson gram Largest permit of the week .
Wenzel, first vice-president; Ted marian and Les Whltaker mas. and of the month so far .. was
of Ahs. Earl G. Hodges i
second vice ter
pre. taken out last week. R Is for
will at the business meet.
sident; JoeSantasecretary.trea. a $40,000 boat storage house.
Ing. measuring 33 by 85 feet, for
George Kremer, 040 17th Avenue
Beautiful Coquina Sand Lot
Low 1960 Zoning AgendaThe South.
price only $5,600. Dale Bremerman Is the con.
SH this superb homrnit this Zoning and Planning tractor for this building and he 1
week: *G. H. LUFF* Board will meet at 9 a.m. also Is putting up a $20,000 i
office at 945 Central
building '
March toconslderthe
Rtf. R. E. BrokrrOl Tuesday. 24. Avenue for Walter G. Sorokoty. /
9th St. N. following agenda: Peter Zornlk plans to have a e I '
Application from P.A. Ir- five unit apartment building t tI
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minger, Sr., for city license coasting $26,800 built at 952 IL'
(home occupation),751 llth Ave- 960 Sixth Street South. Builder I
nue S. Type Registered land William B. Stone will do the work.
TONI PIZER surveyor. Zone: Home Occu- Two guest house permits came
pations permitted In "E" Sin- across Plnkston's desk during the
2041 Ninth St. North gle Family District.21nterpretatlon. week perhaps In reaction to a
N \PLES: SHOPPINGCENTER : Zoning and Planning Board re.
as height
t ARCADE regulations district.In "F" MultIfamily ther commendation construction recently of so-called that fur. Free 100 Extra Top

Linens, Monogrammtnc "guest houses" be prohibited.
Consideration of a changeIn r _
Michigan Construction Co. Is
Lingerie Hits, Bags, zoning ordinance regarding
building a $3,000 guest house WIGivE Value StampsWith
Jewelry future setbacks for construc- for Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Pol.
tion on the Gulf of Mexico lock 1585 Third Street South.
MIDWAY 2-4947 (Continued). Homlll Homes Is building a $4,.
---- "- 000 guest house at 339 Third Ave.
nue North for C. E. Alexander. And etwMJJMUAMWllU.UUil)
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK Builder L. V. Shields has the Coupon
DUNBARS SSL contract 1727 Alamanda for a $15,300 Drive for residenceat JamesE. WE civE Purchase of' $1 or More I mirth. Ih. I f..*.. ..t.. IK. '...h... .!

ln Lowe. Michigan Construction I i Candy W.rtk $1 er More',

''f Rebuilt Paymaster Co. will Ewln build Earls a$13,000 at 666 residencefor Wedge EASTER 0<*4 ..1.! .w.l.Ch.k. a Wu..Duu.... ::: <
Check Protector -- $25.00 dBUSINESS I
.. .
K and ft.Cbntr ctora plans to 1 te.uV.IJf""I.I..u; 4.
MACHINES SALES, REPAIDAM build three $12,000 house f two lit WI GIVE CANDIES / ppY,9nG lr,
lnml1. n ?m
RENTALSFEE under Its own name at 959 11th l
: OEUVKRY SERVICE Street North and 653 13th Ave.
7i 5th Are "'fl. Ml I I.'U nue South, and another at 313 SAVE 6c HEINZ TOMATO

Fifth. "eallon.Street North for JosephW. FANCY TROPICAL II N.. I Tad Can.
-- 7
Bruce Green 1114 Sixth Lane, Soup Limit Three
will have a two-story addition to Bananas w; GIVE' 0 .
NO JOB TOO BIG his house built by Midway Con.
OR TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE structlon Co. for $8,000 Dr. SAVE 8e CRACKIN' GOODSultines
Ferdinand C. Lee, 20 14th Ave.
: B '- nue South, Is having a $2,500 ill Mb. Pk|.
Since 1919 r accessory building constructed l Limit Twe 15eGOlDEN
and Ed Davis 689 12th street
North, Is building a $2,000 addl.
tlon. Petiad Per 10 I SAVE lOc THRIFTY

TOM LOGAN PLUMBING Bliss To Attend l' Grape Drink 32 Limit.'Three. Size' 19cAples

Police InstitutePolice
463 Fifth./e So. .I'hone MI %.%923 or MI %.440% .
Detective Jack Bliss DELICIOUS'
left Friday for Louisville, Ky., SAVF 10e TETLEY
where he will attend a 12*
NAPLES week esslon of the Southern Per Pound 14 48 (seat I
FLY Police Institute at the University Tea Bags Pk,.


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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. larch 22. 196

6 I Review On I --i4- Return Harry Bradleys From o'J'. : ; : '

fi f fr1 'Our Town'By Art Preview

Mrs. Harry Lynde Bradleyof
John and Marian Byram Naples and Milwaukee has

The American theatre being t returned to r.aple..ufter: three oteo4Hy
what It Is,, even the best of Its r week's absence. During that
S plays are ephemeral. The stur. time, Mrs. Bradley returned to JANE biAItTIN
f dlest of successes have their Milwaukee for the Milwaukee
; I years of glory and then, exceptfor An Center's preview showingof
occasional revivals and stock "Recent Acquisitions II",
presentations virtually dlsap. which Included 20 pairings Mr. With spring vacations upon us, many families need
If pear. Few native dramas written 7 a and Mrs. Bradley have donat- the calendar constantly before them to keep track of whois
within our century have assum. .
1.e ed to the Center This Is the
ed the porportlons of authentic coming from where and when.
third that the Art Cen-
classics. "The Green Pastures"Is ter has year received gifts from Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sample are among those who

i1 i1TEENAGE f "Our one Town", and Is Thornton another.Wllder's the Bradleys and now Includes have been busy keeping arrival dates straight. They

-n "Our Town" presented FrI. over 60 paintings which formerly were in Miami this week aboard their boat to meet their

% day and Saturday nights by the were In the Sir and Mrs. son Joseph Sample and his son David of Billings, Mont.
Naples Players remains a touch. Bradley private collection.
ing and poignant play, timelyand Prior to her Milwaukee stay Wednesday another grandson, Michael, came to Na
timeless. It means as muchto Mrs. Bradley had spent some pies from Exeter Thursday the Samples' daughter, Mrs.
audiences today as It did to time In Arizona and California. Roland Ely and three of her children, arrived from Prince

when audiences It was twenty.five first produced.years AndIt ago At the Invitation of Dr. ton, N.J. And this week Lisa Ely gets here to join the
F, M. Hlnkhouse, director of
Is safe to predict that audl- family
f ences 23 years hence will find the Phoenix Art Center Mrs. Mrs. Charles W. Wright didn't i have t to worry about
Bradley judged the annual com-
that Its verities are eternal and
undimmed by the passage of time petition show of Arizona artists different arrival dates. Her six guests all came on Thursday
I TREAT Lucy Bamtt Johnson 16 and that Its compassion and slm. F and selected the outstandingworks from Milwaukee. Here for spring vacation are Mrs.
year-otd daughter of President and Mri. Johnson carries hot pllclty we as affecting as they of amateur painters Also with David Jr. and Christopher. Also
dog and soft drink at she tours flower show in Washington always have been. judging the! show were Jack David Wright
a and
whose Mr. Mrs.
-- "Our Town" Is Grover's Cor. McGregor, director of the San Charles and Sally Wright, parents,
Office of Territories. This of.
Three More Women fice administers the affairs of;ners, New Hampshire popula. Francisco Art Museum and Internationally William C. Wright, are currently hunting wild game in

Get Government Island territories where the 1 tlon The period 2,640 is. correction between 1901 2,642.and known collectorand Africa. And Chip Uihlein, son of Mr. and Mrs, Henry .
United Peter Rubel of
States has Interests. art expert
1913. during which Mr. Wilder I Uihleln.
Posts From LBJ Mrs. Katharine Elkus Whiteof explores the trivia as well as Greenwich Conn. and Mrs. Carl M. Wilson of Rochester, N.Y., are
Red Bank, N.J., to be am. the MeOrsth photo Each year the Phoenix Art Dr.
WASHINGTON AP- Presl. fundamentals of life with
dent Johnson named( three more bassador to Denmark. This al. Imagination and sensitivity. The Katherine Phelan Kerckhoff Center also holds an auction of here for three weeks with Dr. and Mr. Francis Ford,

women today to high govern ready had been announced by petty occurrences of human ex. gift paintings: with proceeds Fourth Avenue, North.
ment posts. the U.S. Embassy In Copen. Istence are dwarfed by the major Kathy Kerckhoff going toward the erection ofa
They are hagen The pay Is $22,500 a events marriage, birth and new museum Mrs Brad-

Mrs. Dorothy Jacobson 56, year.Johnson has death. In the play nothing much ley participates In this auction BONE-FISHING IN THE KEYS

native former of teacher Herman to Minn.be assist., anda gram of getting a declared more women pro. happens as It does, yet to everything every human happens be., Engaged To Wed every year: contributing paint- Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Sperry have left after visitIng .
for sale and for
Into key policy jobs. ings buying
ant secretary of agriculture for All three women named today Ing. her extensive collection. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams Jr. Mrs. Sperry is

International affairs a post pay. replace men who have resigned "PROUD" JOB Mr and Mrs. Bradley will Mrs. Williams' sister. The Sperrys Ore bone fishing at
20000. E.
t Ing Mrs. Ruth G, Van Cleve a or are to get new government The Naples Players did them. Dale ChlumskyAt be In Naples for the remainderof Key Largo before returning to their home in Middlebury,
career attorney In the Depart. positions.Don't selves proud In their presents the season before returningto
a cocktail party at their ember 1961. She was a maid of Conn.
ment of Interior to the 18000. A tlon. The direction of Leonard G. home at 4140 Gordon Drive, Na. honor at the Veiled Prophet'sBall their home at River Hills Currently visiting the Williams is Mr. Morton Goodjped .
a.year post of director of the lie Litterbug Latham was largely responsible. In Milwaukee. They are curren-
pies, Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. and was presented to his
N.J. and doe to be here for Easterare
n was sympathetic and under. Kerckhoff also Eminence tly building a beachfront homeat of M"trla> ,
of Huntlelgh Vll. Joseph Cardinal Rit.
standing, and Mr. Latham achlev. lace, Saint Louis, Missouri an ter at the Fleur de Lls Ball that 19th Avenue and the beach. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Lovclil1cSSt3 ed a striking pictorial effect nounced the engagement of their same year. Mrs. Bradley Is owner of Zlta, Brundage and four children
lop' during the metaphysical last act youngest daughter, Miss Kather. She has three sisters, Mrs. Inc, and the Bermuda Sport
and Mrs. E. R. Mixer a birthday
at the cemetery All in all, In Tuesday, Mr. gave
I Ie the Phelan Kerckhoff to Dale Robert Auffenberg, Mrs. Rich. Shops, Jnc.
JJfarWooJ djyclitfDyth.s his some casting difficult and challenges staging,he IncludIng met. Edward Chlumsky, son of Mr. ard Tenge; and Mrs. EdwardL. party for Mrs. Mixer's grandson, William Brewster Nick-
the play's less and Mrs. Edward J. Chlumskyof Presnell) two brothers Rich. erman. William is dividing his two week vacation from
teach Club Beauty Salon MI X-27JI scheme and, presumably scenery the 4000 Gordon Drive and lUna ard Mr.D. Jr., and Christopher Postwar BabiesTo Dartmouth between the Mixers and his mother, Mrs.
dale nl.Miss Chlumsky attends the Un.
LET'S TEST THAT It! Our color patrons will nlor lighting High arrangements School auditorium.of the Ju. Kathy, as she Is knownto Iverslty of Miami where he Is a Be 18 Within Charles Carr and Mr. Carr,

"BEST" tell you It'a oj: a change In a large company which gave her friends Is a graduate of member of the Sigma Chi Fra. Next 12 Months Mr. and Mrs. Carr who have been living on Fourth
Now, we're all for that In hair shade brings a big a capable portrayal of all the Villa Duchesne, Sacred Heart ternlty Gamma Phi Chapter He Avenue, North, will move into the Carriage Club later
was graduated from the Admiral
Convent of Saint Louis, and at. WASHINGTON (AP) The
old phrase, "Mother knowlhelL" switch In attitudes. Suddenly roles, Ann Waln particularlystood
Farragut Academy In St. this and become 'round Naples residents.Mrs. .
tended the San Diego College for Peters. Census Bureau said today there spring year-
Mother But when It tomes you feel bubbling, the pivotal out as part Emily, and Hers she actedIt was Women at the University of San burg, Fla. lie has one sister, Miss will be a tremendous Increase James Kite and her daughter Ginna left Fridayto
to Nature, we're because know Patrlcia.who attends the Graham.
you you Diego. She made her formal de. in the number of youngsters
not always sure! Did she look beautiful! Stop sighIng with warmth feeling and dellca. but at a dinner dance at the Old Eckes School at Palm Beach. reaching age 18 In the 12 return to their home in Oklahoma City after a weekat

really "know beat" when at that tired girl In cy.The Stage Manager who servo Warson Country Club In Sept. The wedding Is planned for the months beginning July 1. the Bahama Club with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kite.
she gave you those mouse- the mirror. Com and let ed as commentator the role latter part of June at Our Ladyof The estimate of 3,728,000 la Mr and Mrs. George Cook leave early in April for
the Pillar Church In Saint about million 39
toned tresses? We'd rath. u* put some "salon spark created by Frank Craven was big of the remainder of the pla. Louis, Missouri cent, greater than, In or the com per their home in Princeton, N.J., where they will be until
er believe the wise old I." where It will do your presented with amiability and a yers Including four talented
parable 1963-64 period. after the first of the year. While in the north they spend
knew smoker's tolerance
girl what was com outlook the most happy pipe by youngsters who contributed to
Ing. Maybe she did It. good. Half the secret of James K. Dun. Robert Martel the recreation of the warm and Organic Garden government The figure officials helps explain frequentlyhave why much of their leisure time at the Blooming Grove Huntingand
just have the fun played and played well, with believable picture of a past era.tt Fishing Club in Pike County, Pa. They also enjoy
so you'd feeling gay la In looking, .a credible New England accent.a Is ah era which presently bolts Meeting TuesdayThe expressed concern about !:
; of 20th Century'hair e i l loral l- that way.' .' We'v proved i foursquare small town news.1'' awfully''attractive M Dr.Strangb.\ Garden unemployment among younger the fishing around Naples, and with their recent guests!
Organic Club of
It to dozens of delighted paper editor Jennie Veenschoten love and his bomb hover on the Southwest Florida will meet workers.rate for teenagers The unemployment Is ) spent a feW.dayt'af Fl 1tlingo.. nd.Sherk River looking
WE'LL DO A NEW"YOU" ladies, who phoned MI and Eleanore Goddard, two of horizon. higher for
Tuesday March 24, at 7:45 than that for any other age tarpon.
the Naples Players reliable, But that Is the special qualityof
2-27S3 lor. color-Ulk.
p.m. at the Bonita Springs Com. bracket.
happily cast a* pair of "Our Speaking of tarpon, Richard Merritt has plans for
Don't giggle| we'll prove Isn't It time you did too? were a Town. When It was munlty building. The Census Bureau noted that
housewives and mothers As Emi produced In 1938, It provided Guests speaker will be Joe the postwar baby boom began several tarpon fishing jaunts during the next two weeks.He .
I ly's suitor and later her hus. reassurance for an apprehensive Staeger who will talk on his In July 1946. Mrs. Merritt and their children, Anne, Gail, and
band, Henry Lowe projected an generation of Americans, who
experiences as an organic gar The number of persons, reach. Charles, arrive tomorrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. WilliamJ.
engaging, shy sincerity Kurt PUt saw, despite appeasement at Mu.
CPatltiotic chas gave a well modulated per. nlch, the Hitler war looming a. denre. ____ ___ log their In the 18th 1061-68 birthdays fiscal will decline Merritt, Seventh Avenue, South.
formance as Or,GibbS,the town's head. Mr. Wllder's affirmation of For a pleasant luncheon or year
and by 1967-68, the number will The William Merritts will head north for their homein
busy medico. life and the savoring of living supper dish, skewer scallops,
Since this newspaper has other It, express with beautiful slm. raw shelled shrimp, green pepper be In down the to 3480000. the Auburn, N.Y., the end of April. They expect to spend

Patents concerns, space prevents_. the list. pllclty many enduring truths. squares and onion wedges; brush number will following start rising year again, most of the summer there except for a trip to Nova Scotia
with melted
>""* "' .j butter and broil. Do
., !lii ":t *'*: "" -'1.p of4T wuro to alternate the ingredients and by 1970.71 will exceed the planned for around the first of July.

on the skewers. 1964.65 total. Mrs. June Matthews, with Scott, Susan and Laura,

3 Tone Bone Patent arrives Thursday from Birmingham, Mich., to visit Mrs.

r Ij I: ReadtheWanf:: ,Ads;ll I I On Matthews'Saturday mother the Tracys, Mrs. are William entertaining R. Tracy at, and a cocktail Mr. Tracy.par

I ty for Mrs. Matthews.

I ( Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wright and Mr. and Mrs.

I I -: '" Ned Wright of Newark, Ohio, are here for two weeks,
rGA : and
tonight (Sunday) are giving a small cocktail party.

I" I The Wrights are enjoying a reunion with Mrs. Fred Mos-

BOOKSSONG teller and Mrs. Frank Webb who live in Newark, and also

seeing friends made during many visits to Naples.Dr. .

Q and Mrs. Andrew Krog will be in Daytona Beach

I I ry l for Easter. Each year at this time Mrs. Krog's mother,

I I & STORY SHOP Mrs. Fred A. Brown, holds a family gathering to include

4"Ijji' children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mrs.

659 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2520 Krog's sister, Mrs. Robert Richardson, will be there from

Albuquerque, N.M., and her brother, Lynn P. Brown of

;: Philadelphia, will also be present.Mr. .

/ J. M. Darling is due the first of April to join
Mrs. Darling at their home
,*< on Cove Lane. After several

Monf'ord's weeks they will return together to their home in
I Ib:1 TraditionallyBrilliant Grosse Pointe Mich.
II II I 'N t dramatic salute ,

to .,
I Summer. o EVAlYN TYNER
Mid bold branch
: i print
Leave it to the Naples
and bound in black Hospital Auxiliary
and buttoned in to come up with something new and exciting in enter-

: High 1 jet from a tainment. Of course the whole town looks forward to

: Heels scarf filled neckline K
r I ( to the hem (Continued on page 7)

r of a slender skirt.
r l Crisp Dundun Zc. Clothes from Naples'finest \

IC cv, 1 rayon-and -cotter gown salon become
linen Loomikill an important part Lilly PulitzerOF

s t in black on ; of a wardrobe and traditionally
beige, blue or add sparkleand
d whit, 12. 16S
AV f occasion brilliance to any

A tri-tone pump that adds the S 1 1798I We Favorite hope Girl your,

all-American look to your costume.

Life Stride fashions the upper in Jubilee Patentto I whatever her

make sure it keeps Its sparkle. \ : 3 age, will havea

I--- toupper

"Open Every Friday Night" LILLY

Baxter's Shoes The Dor-Leji Shop FOR EASTER!

Accross from let National) Bank J
854 Fifth Avenue So.
Downtown 5th Avenuo ITS JU Are. 8. Naples, F1a.
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THE NAPLES Show Neckline' NeUfc (t'W ) ,
T verglpdes
Still Plunging'NEW Students Reach \ .

Notebook many ladles YORK of(AP fashion) A-great high, ; _..._. Dy JUAnita Weldon ..'...;: .. :. : Daytona Beach '.AS:" n> x"

medium or lowre going to
have to toss their mink stoles This coming Tuesday morning at port received was that si* was DAYTONA BEACH, Fla (AP) .,
(CoaUaaeci fros pale 8) across their bosoms this spring, 10:30 a.m. the public Is Invited t ti o much better. Thirty thousand vacationing "toj
I because there will be nothing attend the annual school Spelling Randolph and Mary Nell Swain college students, vanguard of .
much else covering them.It' Bee which will be held In the returned from a few days "bust an expected 70,000, poured out j 4
their annual gjmnaslum. Grades three throu. ness vacation" In Brookivllle over the beach here today for I >r .
showing of the White Elephant .
Briggs pictures, a nude
season even gh six will participate with Mrs. and Perr>'. Randolph Is one of an Easter spree away from
Sale, P.G.A. tournament, etc., and now on April shoes are baring more than Lois Smith as the pronouncer.The these conscientious men who home l '
9th the auxiliary will present usual-and It is showing up winner and runner.up will thinks a vacation for himself I.a Is So far about 130 have been ar. '} '
"Evalyn Tyner Night" at
the Beach Club. particularly In the neckline, participate in the County Spelling waste of time unless It can rested for drinking under age 21. : '
which Is plunging lower and Bee which will also be held be combined .1th business. One was held on $1,500 bond for c
Many reservations have already been made for the lower. here In Everglades sometime In Elveda Goff and son Travis resisting arrest and a motel

dinner to be followed with a concert by popular What is most startling aboutIt April. and Dot, Margie and Martin owner was cued with "main. '. ,
pianist is that the Paris.insplred Wednesday, March 18, Fred and Weeks made a hurried business taming a nuisance" for housing
Evalyn Tyner. They include Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Staley, fashion also is plunging lowerIn Marguerite Williams celebrated trip to Naples Wednesday after lusty vacationers.

Rev. and Mrs. John Stump, Dr. and Mrs. Ashley Howes, the fashion world-right down their 36th wedding anniversary. noon. Starting today, planned enter.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cochrun Jr. the Holland to the moderate-priced ready.to. Weekend guests of Alice Des talnment along the 20 miles of
Salleys; wear level. were Mr. and Mrs. HermanSweet BUSY BEAVERS beach will be almost continuous
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kling, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Scofield, When a fashion magazine re. and Mr. and Mrs. Baxter of New Last week I was down at the through April 4. One 7S cent ad.

and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Link. cently published a photograph of Albany, Ind. municipal building and noticed mission ticket Is good for the

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jordan also a model In a black cocktail The sheriff's office has a new three ladies head for the stair entire vacation with It studentscan
plan to attend. gown with the neckline plunging employee In Everglades. Donald ways. They were bearing huge hear folk singers and a jazz
They will be back by then from an eight-day Caribbean nearly to the waist, It noted McKinney of Chokoloskee< replaced piles of draperies, buckets, sextet.

cruise. The Jordans are in a party of ten most of whom that copies of the Dior model J.D. Weeks who resigned cou. mops, brooms and other clean. Despite the early arrests,both
have been friends since School could be obtained ready to wear pie of weeks ago, as radio opera Ing supplies. Upon closer Inspec. students and police say trouble
High days In Cleveland. at several department stores In tor. He and Tommy Walker, the lion, the ladles turned out to be has been limited There have
Mr. and Mrs. Gilfry Ward are here for the first time major cities. other radio operator, work 12 Rachael Wilson, president of the been no Incidents resembling
and their cousins, the James Watkins them hour shifts six days a week. woman's Club, and Duzzle Whit. the Fort Lauderdale riott of 1601
are showing
Macy's copy of the two-piece, Gladys McCrea, the resident de. more and Mamie Ozmer, mem. when hundreds were arrested In
our town. Also Mr. and Mrs. Watkins have planned a pleated-skirt daytime dress with puty's wife, acts as relief operator bers. They worked like beavers wild, drunken beach parties.

cocktail party for the 25th to Introduce the Wards to their the deep V-neck Is In pastel silk in order to give the two mena readying the room allowed them shall, director of secondary

friends. (P.S. The Goddard Cleaner is in at The Gallery) and sells for $69.95. day off. for the club's meeting place. education In Broward County,
At both Macy's and its friend. We hope that Virginia Pike and When I peaked In Mamie was
Fort Lauderdale, will visit the
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Franke leave tomorrow ly rival, Glmbel's a block away Mike will be able to return home wielding a broom, Cuzzle was Everglades schools Mr. Mar.

after a month at the Beach Club and a month at The Tides. there are plenty of other deep soon and be active about the following with a wet mop and shall Is one of eight memberson
The Frankes will be spending week V's-and If you prefer, round or community once again. Virginia Rachael was trying to figure the the Florida committee for DR. ROGER NOOE
a at Port of Call
has best to hand the
square necklines almost as deepto been 111 for quite a while way draperies the Southern Association of Col.
Tierra Verde, en route to their home in Webster Groves and has been which donated to the club
be had in the same price staying In Naples were leges and Schools. The purposeof
Mo. range and lower. with her mother. The last re. by the Thrift Shop In Naples. this visit is to look over Dr. Roger Nooe To SpeakTo
Since the Welcome
temporary school and its and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank the program
Harrinqton of Chelmsford Mass. i
Station article appeared in the should
advise whether or not we
are at the Golfinq Buccaneer for News I discovered that Sealtest
a week. They are en. make application to become a
loving golfing at the Beach Club with Mr. and Mrs. Irving 4t Orange Juice will be offered free member of the Southern Association Book Club WednesdayDr.
to all tourists stopping by the and Schools.As .
of Colleges
Sherwood with whom they play at the Lexington Golf 'station. Also the proposed site know the ele.
Club you porbably Roger Nooe, formerly pas. slty and lectured at Peabody
In Lexington, Mass. I of the permanent Welcome Station mentary school Is already accredited
:FI needs more fill before it tor of the Vine Street Christian College
Starting last Friday and going through April 2nd the rtr44fl can be used, so the temporary and the general opinionof Church of Nashville, Term., will As a delegate to Ecumenical
Harmon Gallery is exhibiting the work of Umberto Ro : ; station will be located on the the public school Is a accredited desire also. be the speaker at the meeting Conferences he has visited Swe.
He west side of Bonard's Gulf Sere our high of the Book Club at the Woman's den, England, Switzerland and
mano. is regarded as "one of the most moving, Here's hoping we get a nod of
Club on Wednesday March 23 well one
vice Station at Carnestown.Jim Holland as as attending
If do Mr. Mar.
probing and exciting contemporary artists." I 94 Burns of Miami Is spend. shall approval will then we advise, on how to at 2 p.m. at Evanston In the United States.
I 4 Ing a couple of weeks with his from there. Dr. Nooe has this past winter In 1939 he was president of the
: aunt Betty Goff and family on proceed been Interim pastor at the First Convention of Disciples of Chris
Something New- FBI Finds More Mrs. Mamie Ozmer smilingly
: 7j- Christian of
! School Drive. Church Naples. He Since retirement he has served a
all of her
forgave mentions sun.
has had a long and distinguished Interim pastor In various clUe ,
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb McKinneyhave
: Taxes Too Low Dynamite At Jax burn last Sunday She and her
been transferred to Fort career as a minister, lecturerand The subject of his talk will b >
Mr. and Mrs.
I "D.NSlN1.lich.. (AP) A JACKSONVILLE. CAP) .Topped Jefferson National Park local weekend Earl Edewars guests of educator. A native of Cn. "Serendipity". He will tell oUh<
: citizen appeared Friday before by an anonymous caller, police, ed In the Dry Tortugas. Mr. Des Jardlns BrandonFla.1Mr. of | tral Kentucky, he received his derivation of this new word an
Eddie Annan
the Lansing Tax Board of Re. sheriff's officers and the FBI r r McKinney will be one of two AD and DD degrees from Trans its meaning relating It to lit
dale and sister Mrs. SueMclntosh
view to complain "my taxes hurried Friday to a wooded area & rangers stationed there. Mrs. Va., ylvanla College and did further literature and the Easter season
are too low." The shocked and found 150 sticks of dynamiteand tF afir' MCKinney will certainly be mis. of Washington in South Florida's, D.C., graduate work at the Universityof All visitors are welcome to t\-\
board adjourned, for a coffee two homemade bombs. sed as a substitute teacher In enjoyed a day Chicago. tend.
break. D. K. Brown, FBI agent In our schools. beautiful sunshine. His first pastorate was In Dr. Nooe's address Is 1223
The board Is hear. of the Jacksonville Martin Holzman has arrived Frankfort Ky. then he served In I
currently charge of. Thursday, B. B. Gideon, band 12th Street North, Naples.BE
. Ing complaints from local citizens flee, said the dynamite'appar.. Instructor for the Everglades home from school and Is spend. Nashville for 20 years In the one
In a recent adjustment of ently was part of a shipment schools, took the band membersto tog the spring holiday with hi. church. lie taught In the schoolof A -'FRIEND'TO ,
stolen last parents, Mr. and Mrs. at Vanderbilt Unlver. '
property valuations. December from the Immokalee for a Joint prac- Holzman. religion YOU LIBRARY 1
Leroy Neal, a worker at the Merrill Dynamite Co. He said tice session and fellowship with .
Fisher Body plant of General part of the stolen explosive was the Immokalee band members. There are so many youngstersout
of school because of the
Motors, complained his $400 as. used to bomb a Negro child's Reports are favorable Each
measles I
, sessment Increase wasn't high home in February. sr + w itNv three-day even
dY year the two bands get together
to all here'shoping
I enough Some of his neighbors, Five Ku Klux Klan officials to practice songs for a joint attempt name is J
I he said, have been given tax In. face charges stemming from the concert at the annual Lee County everyone soon over .
them and the measles will be
creases ranging from $1,000 to bombing of the Negro home Electric Coop meeting, which Is headed out of town.SUNRISE @j1fMm 6iCABANA'

' $1,800. Drive Carefully And Live held In Fort Myers. The 1mmo.
I kalee band wiU be coming down SERVICE S@q $
t to Everglades sometime In April Next which is Easter
,de;" : :, Fashions'7' ,', ne1Lr j f A .(a play with ,our band for the sunrise Sunday services, will be held it, N..".. ".. ,, SET

Easter ...... III'iW P.T.A. the National Park Boat Basin (r' ;
r who CL07IH)
Beryl Thompson, complet. which Is located on the southern
Mrs. Harold Stephen Thomas ed his basic training several most tip of Everglades overlook. .
, FOR EASTER PARADERS weeks ago, Is now stationed In Ing Chokoloskee Bay and on high -yJ

3 PC. lightweight crepe dress in deep pinkor Brown ThomasIn birthday Germany.Is I April found lit out and that I am his area way No.will 29.meet All there churches about In 6:00 this \\

aqua, with white crepe blouse. sure he will appreciate receiving a.m. Services will begin at 6:15 :fl \ \ THIS CMC 15 UCLANCA;

a double-ring ceremony, Matron of honor was Mrs. Ray. cards and letters from Ms a.m. with Rev. Erie C. Weldon, \ s-T-R.-c.r-c-w

. . . Miss Elaine Bee Brown becamethe mon Rends of Fort Myers, sis.tjr friends. To expedite these cards pastor of the Everglades Baptist "
bride of Harold Stephen Tho. oj. the bride. Her dress was his addreM 1st Pvt. Beryl Thomp Chapel as speaker. Invocationwill J PINK.) "''o< wmrc( ::

max, on March 14 at 2 p.m.In the a hot pink chiffon with fitted boo son, U. S. 53302116, lot Trans. be by Reverend Homer Q. PLAID- SIZES 2.10
Church of God at Chokoloskee. Co., APO 28, New York City, Welsbecker of the Ever.
FOR THE Vi SIZEI dice and bouffant skirt and white pastor
The Rev. Thomas J. Wells offl.elated. New York. (
ascessorles, and a of glades Community Church.Scrip.
The dress in silk like sheath little corsage .
jacket a spring flowers. The Aubrey Morris family enjoyed ture will be read by Reverend <:: J J/\

sleeve, cool neckline, aqua, rose or navy. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. Emery I Duren served as best a weekend 'in Orlando with Thomas J. Wells, pastor of the ::v \ 1ut1,1'J,.
and Mrs. L.G. Brown of Mary Frances parents, Mr. .. ) "'"""
Korell 22.95 Church of God on Chc< By and Mrs. E. P, ) ) M LI rnE
man.For Ciotf.Aubreywent \
loskee. Mr. Thomas Is of
a son her Mrs. Wanda Hoffman of Naplesand Mrs. Brown selected a blue am. on to Gainesville on Saturday to Clyde Martin, pastor oUheCope. ./ ....:
Mr. Westley Thomas of Vero ell and trlcltate dress with white attend the play-offs In the state land Baptist Chapel. Special music ..) ..-.J. i.. 1'i .... "'" PATIO
basketball tournament. -
Beach. accessories and will be furnished by mem. -' / \ 1l I "
a of /
Reverend Henderson of Hlaleah
Mrs. Evelyn Clark of Ever. white carnations. Mrs. Hoffman bers of the Church of God.
15ct and two friends came down Wednesday .,
glades played appropriate
wore a dress of printed silk with
and "0 Promise Me" was sung white ascessorles and a to visit with Fred and O
,. ( by Mrs. Stanley Brown. whIte> carnations. corsageof Marguerite Williams and do a )OOTOOO"600

Given In marriage by her far. After a wedding trip to the east little fishing. ii
ther, the bride was lovely In a coast, the couple will make their This past week members of the ll
full length gown of white tulle home in Naples.Outoftown Evergaldes Baptist Chapel at.
and lace over satin, featuring a guests were Mr. tended a Vacation Bible School
Clinic held at Riverside
sweetheart neckline and fitted Baptist
and Mrs. Earl Goodlng, Mike,
bodice and long sleeves ending Earlene, and Sherrlj, Mr. and Church In Fort Myers. They re NOT LONG AGO g)
turned enthused and anxious for
In Her
lily points. flngertlpveil Mrs. Horace Goodlng and son
We Honor American Express of Illusion was attached to summer to get here so they can Con >
Ronnie; Mr. and Mrs. Russell the management of the handsome new CARRIAGE CLUB
Credit Cards a a small crown of seed pearlsand use some of the wonderful Ideas
Sickle of Homestead Mrs. Sue
sequins She Carried a white ; learned at the clinic the batch invited us to plan a model apartment for your
DOWNTOWN 5th Ave. A Howell; Richard Thomas) Mr.
Bible topped with butterfly or. and Mrs. Westley Thomas of pleasure.Now .
chide with white streamers end. Vero Beach. EXPERT LOOK
ing In lovers' knots. Monday, the 23rd, Wilbur Mar. it is open to visitors and we believe you'll find the
.:.._ and
rooms gay and holiday-humored. We've been practical

budget-minded, but we've spiced these sanities with fresh

DISTINCTIVE I I capture the spirit of happy colors and furnishings as befits a sunny seaside home.

We feel that Florida living is like no other that the
FASHIONS t 'I I }) tropical mood may be splendid with color. But the same

J1M ] t span can be made tranquil and cool with a monochromatic

scheme of whites or celadon green or pastel blue mist, with

COMPLETE with beautiful flowers and plantsThe pieces in more traditional vein, and we know that this

quality of harmony will appeal most to some of you. That is

what makes a horse race AND the game of interior
RESORT light, the hope, the joy of Eater are design.

captured in beautiful Spring flowers! and v j jplants.
Our job is to help you make your home look like YOU .
Fill your life with this of carefully selected
APPAREL consequently we offer a great variety

l inspiration. Phone or visit us today. "".; fabrics, furnishings and accessories, some of which will certainly

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Blues And Whites In Practice 'Thriller1New s .ee.aow Irlr1.11.

Eagles Win Praise From CoachesBY

DAVID LYON scored on his runback, but a plays to score after Walker's ,. ., .
Spring football practice at clipping penalty put the ball quick-kick took a reverse -" SPORTS
Naples High School ended Fri In play on the White 37. Then bounce and netted only 21 :

day night with a thrill-packed Carter Bryan fired a perfect yards. Carter Bryan carried
Intrasquad game which evoked pass to big end Walter Ritchie, eight yards on a tailback spin . . . . . . . . .
praise by the coaching staff for the Blue team captain who play then threw 17 yards to '

all the players who participated. had drifted behind the White wingback Alan Foster for a 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 22 1964
Though the White team domInated secondary. Ritchie took Bry- first down on the White 14

on offense the Blues an's pass In stride and romp Bryan exhibited a neat bit ,

got tough near their own goal ed Into the end'zone. of running to score from 14
line and barely hung on for a The Whites came back and yards lie went to his right Beach Club Women

13-7 victory. Coach Jerry nearly scored a tying touch- then cut /back: sharply to his fA
Morris didn't look to the scoreboard down as the final seconds tick- left and angled Into the end p \ 1

for a proper assessmentof ed off. Tailback Donald Walker zone. He also added the extra -

the game though. sparked this last-minute point on a run. Entering Last Lap
"We were very pleased that drive with a 13-yard run and An Intercepted pass led to 1"';

the game was as hardhittingas three pass completions all for the equalizing touchdown by the

It was," he said "As good yardage. ButCarterBryan Whites. Bryan's aerial to
far as the coaching staff Is came up on the game's last Ritchie was Intercepted by y Of Handicap TourneyOn

concerned this game was a play and stopped Walker fora Walker, who returned It to the wtrc .

victory for Naples High two-yard loss on the four- Blue 32. Then Walker went o
School" yard line to end the last White 13 yards Bob Koch carriedfor Tuesday March 17, the place were E. Marsh and B.
members of the Beach Club Wo.
Sherwood net 229. In third placeM.
Coaches agreed that football threat. 14 more and after a run-
men's Golf Association enteredthe Chance (235)).
fans who didn't attend Fri- There were other threats by ning play lost four, Walker third round of the annual In Class "C", leading was L.
day night's affair missed the White throughout the game rushed through a hole on the : Handicap Tournament. Kernell net 241; In second placeH.
something by not coming." while the Blue team mounteda right side and tripped over Leading In Class "A" wereA Gladding ((253)); in third placeE.
About 250 persons watched the passable offense and a rug- an opponent catapulting Into Brumflel with a net score Paul (257).
Interesting contest from the ged defense. Early In the first the end zone. Walker went wide ----- of 221. In second place H. EC. In the regular nine.hole group

:stands and got a good lookat quarter the Whites got downto to the right and scored the extra k<. : kard ((227). In third place L Mont the leaders were First M. Evans
the boys who will be wear- the Blue four-yard line before point. gomery ((229)). (120)); second E. Blair ((122));

Ing the Naples colors next fall running out of downs.INTERCEPTION After Intermission the --......-----... -- In Class "B", tying for first and third, C. dickering (128).
Coinciding with the Handicap
Whites again moved the ball inside A LOVELY LEAPER Jeanie Carroll a junior from Fort Wayne ia Indiana Tournament a low.gross, low.

EVENLY MATCHED the Blue 20, sparked by Unlvaralty'i candidate for the 1964 title of "Mitt Cheerleader U.S.A" Jtanlc, who'a Mill Measles Hit net and putts for the field event
Morris and assistants Bill Later In the Van
quarter Pedro's hard running But
'Indiana University, will In final was scheduled.
compete the eonttat at Winter Haven Fla.. this aprlng
Bryan and Jerry Howell were Weeks Intercepted a Carter Weeks fumbled wheh hit hard In Class "A", A. Brumflel
happy that the teams turned out Bryan pass to put the WhitesIn by Bass and Frank Townsend 14 first downs and the Blue -- ----- EvergladesTrack was the winner low.gross ((88).

to be as evenly-matched on the business on the Blue nine. recovered for the Blue. made seven. If. Eckard won low-net ((75)).
field as'they were on paper. On second down Weeks got to Hutch Back On Job Says In Class "B", E. Marsh won
Each side scored In the second the one-yard line. But then "WELL DONE" SquadThe low.gross (95)). B. Sherwood hada
and the GRABS FUMBLE low.net of (76)).
7-7 tie
quarter Nick Pedro was stopped by John
Coaches credited measles which has
held until only 1:32: remainedIn Bass for no gain and on fourth Richard Woodruff recovereda who played for a job well everyone done, Outlook For Reds GoodTAMPA struck an unusually bug high numberof ed In low.gross Class "C(105)," L.. B.Kernell Pease card and

the game.A down Bass and Billy Bryan Blue fumble near midfield and some of the standouts Included youngsters in south Florida E. Paul tied with Iow4iet ((80).
long runback of an Inter- caught Walker for a three- late In the third quarter and Walker, Bass Steve this year, thinned the ranks of I Montgomery had the least
cepted pass by first-year back yard loss. the Whites drove 54 yards In Clark, Ritchie Gene Moss, FU. (AP)-The best his Illness are more embarrassed Everglades High School's track number of putts for the field
DUI Morton bet up the Blues' In the second period the 10 plays to within a football's Al Lamar story of the spring training sea than he. Always a man team this last week. (31)).
Billy Bryan, Hackney
winning touchdown. Morton Blues went 39 yards In three length of the goal line. But Evers Jerry Rose and Brad son is Fred Hutchinson, mana. to face UP to his problems Coach Phil Larson found that In the nine hole (group C.
Walker, who accounted for most !iter' of the Cincinnati Reds. Hutch talks frankly and pulls no only three of his 12 track squad Chickering won with a low.gross
Unkeless. Walker had battle
of the In this drive just Fighting a courageous punches."I members were healthy enough to the low.net
yardage (53)); winner was L
recovered from bout with cancer Hutch is backin
a against
can see no reason to be compete in a meet Thursday at
was stacked just short of Klauder (40)).
up measles when he took the dugout, talking optimist Fort Still the three
the Myers, ,
afraid he said "You've got it
NEW On March 24
at TOYTOWN I the line on fourth down. cally of the Reds' accounted for 21 Tuesday many
field Friday night. pennant The next thing is how can you Gators pointsin of the members will participateIn
As the fourth period wore Both teams made limited use chances. combat it? Other people have a meet with Fort Myers JunIor the Invitational Tournamentat
GENUINE REDWOOD"JUVENILESIZE" on, the Whites again missed a of the "I" formation during the Massive X.ray treatments In a illnesses but because I am what Nigh, LaBelle, and Punta Cypress Lake. Since It will be
scoring chance. They got as game. Only a few plays were Seattle hospital in January and I am (a big league manager) I Gorda. "Shot.gun" event a.participants
February reduced a mallgnan. This week the Gators to
far as the 10-yard line before run out of the 1" Itself, and !ret a lot of attention. You don't hope must be at the Cypress Lake
in the right chest. The have full to
cy upper a squad participatein
like to talk about it when so
Walker threw that end- Country Club at 8:30
a pass on most plays the teams shif- doctors said the treatment had many other people are worse off a Thursday meet at LaBelle promptly
ed up In the eager hands of ted out of the "I" and Into ended and the outlook was "en. than with LaBelle, North Fort Myers turn.For
you. members of the Beach
PICNIC. TABLESSTURDY an unintended receiver Mor- the better-known single-wing couraging." Hutch was on the "I get a little tired," he said land Alva. Club not going to Cypress Lake
ton. He took the ball two formation. job when the Reds reported for'Sometimes I take a little nap The only running event Ever. there has been scheduled a first,
yards deep In the end zone and One of the Blues' big start- training. In the afternoon. At night J I[glades competed In at Fort My. second and third low.net event for
and WEATHER-RISISTANT galloped the length of the fieldto Ing guards Ray Ellers, was "They tell me to stay out of conk out about 10 or 11. I'm era Thursday was the mile, and the field. The members will make
provide the Blues with an forced to watch the entire game the sun, take it easy and avoid ready to go to sleep. It'. John Dickerman picked up the their own pairings and starting
Ilr opportunity which they made from the sidelines after he received fatigue for the next two or three amazing how you can do it." Gators' only first place of the times, starting at 11 a.m. on
months," Hutch said Fortu. The "old" Hutch flared day with a time of 5:12.3.: Dick.
use of. a freak Injury just up 24. score cards are
nately the thing is regressing.I also finished second in the
before the strained the other day when the Reds erman to be given to Mrs. D. Adams.
a'1 Walker completed six of have to cut down broad with effort
,f14X01 ligament on yelling. were playing an exhibition Jump an ,
\f T 12 passes for 113 yards for a knee when he got A lot of people will be pleased game against the Minnesota of 18'2", and was third In the
& the White and ran 19 times off the floor In the gymnasiumafter about that." Twins He had a few words pole vault. FlORlOftS MORE THAN TOIRISTS HALF OP Wilt.

for 67 yards. His team had a squad meeting. It was typical of Hutchlnson with umpire Al Salerno of the Willard Wooten took second I
that hn could laugh at himself American League Before he place in the shot put with a
. FUN .\ and his tendency to yell at the knew It, he was out of the game heave of 37'11", and was fourthIn
Happy For The Naples High 'umpires. There was a new then Coach Johnny Temple and the discus with a toss of
hoarseness In his voice and he finally the Reds' bench was 1066". Ronnie Brown won third
KIDSI .ffAP FootballSchedule tapped his right chest to show cleared. place in the broad jump with a VISIT.Weetl's

SEE THEM AT where the treatment had left "So far I am pleased with outclub. leap of 16'4".
his skin tender If six of our pitchers I With only three boys on hand,
TOYTOWNNAPLES' IWFFGMCIHC.TRUCKS 64 Writers asking Hutch about'(Joey Jay Bob Pur key, Joe Everglades was not able to enter
'Nuxhall Jim Maloney Jim any of the relay events.
Sept 18, at Arcadia O'Toole and John Tsltourls)I Larson reports that Dicker ani SMILJ .,
SERVICE'TEMPORARY- Publix Market each win 15 and we pick up 19 i and Wooten will take part in the /IGmOA' ImJheqstria.
NEWEST TOY STORE Sept. 25, Venice more on relief we're in busl.,list annual Florida Relays next .. caMtllnaa

439 9th St., So. near the 4 Corners Phone MI 2.7053 LOCAT/OAt ness." Saturday at Gainesville.
FREE PARKING IN REAR Oct. 2, at N. Ft. Myers Enters Team In
421 NINTH Si.f N.'Move .

Oct. 0, at Clewlston Softball Loop

Oct. 19, open Entry of a fourth softball team
into the Naples men's Softball UMBERTO ROMANO
UP Oct. 23, Cardinal MooneyOct. league appears to assure that
TO there will be league play this THROUGH APRIL I. 1964. DAILY EXCEPT
30, Fort Myers Spring mond. on the Gambler Park dla. SUNDAY, 10 TO I. FRIDAY EVENINGS 7 TO I

Nov. 6, at Miami Central The Recreation Departmentsaid

I. a full team has been entered
COUNTRY CLUB LIVING! Nov 13, Sebrlng by Publix Market. It will com.I

l pete along with three other squads "An art trantfigurad' that, hi frown to majattic, datura Umbarto Romano
Nov. 20, at Punta Gorda which basically are holdovers hat Ions boss: raeoinnad, as an aecomplimhad Amarican nrtut He ".,.w'lh sands
t1 to ersatnns"i NEW YORK TIMES Edward Aldan JawallPaaaionata .
I from last year Tropics Drive
Nov. 25, at Okeechobee Inn, Stone Builders and Stahl. and powarful With human Idaat what Romano attamptt and achiava
It tha spiritual.: and umv.r.al": NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE, Carlyla Burrow
SI) G man Property Maintenance. For a really powarful anhibition' one which! I warrant, you will 'Ion, ramambar.aaa .
1Jiq. In other recreation develop. Umbarto Romano racant palnhnas": NEW YORK WORLD TELEGRAM.

Big: Cypress Ladies meats, Director Julius Lesser Emily' Oanouar.Hit .
indicated there Is a possibility emotion It fresh and fluent and Intanta a* lightning' "wi..c" power of
k cuul < 'EJtntu.PO Name Winners For that it will help sponsor an adult faallns"In: the has midst seldom,of vantsarda appaarad In typo Amarican of ,currant painting art, the: ART anhibition,N of painting by
cunvutcQuI, *. swimming class This class will Umbarto Romano It haartanlng' and ,..nd. lika a rock of Gibraltar. In the ass ord.cad.nt
Medal Play MeetLady be limited trash Romano ia a gamut with colors and the truth In tha aiprat-
to 12 Les. ,
1" persons, I tion of dramatic amotlont and forca Romano achnowladgad to bo the (raatatt
golfers at Big Cypresson ser said, and interested persons humanist among contemporary .rtitt, *". SPRINGFIELD UNION Wayne C. Smith.,
Thursday conducted a medal can contact the department of.
play tournamentawardingprites; flee for further details.
onlow gross and low net scores "Our adult tennis class, which
In three classes began last Monday, was well re.celved *
y&a Winners in Class A were Low ," Lesser reported. He HARMON GALLERY
gross Mrs Florence Brossart, also said that the intermediate
91; and low net, Mrs. Edwin tennis group held a tournament lass THIRD STREET SOUTH.
Cuban. 75. Thursday and Jan Richardsonwon TELEPHONE : Midway' I 7117

Class B winners werti Low It.The.
gross, Mrs Charles Carr, 97) } department has expressed
and low net Mrs James Wilson interest In working with the local
[baautlful Country Club If al skeet shooting club and detailsare
Braady built and In play ao
A"""fpaclally far 80.Class being ironed out the
datifnad tha ass C champs weret Low recrea.

''dual of plnaa lockers and. cypraat ihowara and Indlvl aa ...... gross Mrs. Arthur Schneider,.tion director .ald.
>ro Shop which can aupply you with .... Y 1021; and low net, Mrs. Evelyn
alactrla or pull carta await your plan
aura Tha championship golf sours .laS Brunt, 76.
"Cr..rcI Ions A swill raataurant Intha Low putting honors went to
Houaa aarvaa light meals I and
..ch. T".'. la alaa a dallahtful bar Mrs. Edward Reeves 1
,,,. taaa
ovarlooklns lushly landacapad -
and falrwaya of the, courta A country if VATERCOUORSCOLLAOES>
club type Swimming pool .la bang addadto A TRACK FOR RECORDS
this ultra modern racraatien cantarDealfnad
for tha seller. Sis Cypraaa LEXINGTON Ky. (AP) -i -
Golf and Country Club. Ettataa will Harness racing fins were
offar over 300 homaaitat and a limited r dazzled
by two records at the j IV
amount la bains placed on th'' markatthia
0.._. Rods era paved aicellentwatar Lexington Trots last fill.
haa ban plpad" to your lot lino. Meadow
Skipper was timed in
about to bo built, homatltaa Y1RG1W
homes ara f I A
0'. available.. tacuro your homealle/ 1:55 t',. the fastest time ever
NOW for a 3-year-old pacer and .
Speedy Scot, the triple crown t SPIKER

Move Up to champ J-year-old trotting was
clocked: in 1:56 4/3. This was t
Country Club Living) the fatten race time ever recorded I

for a trotter,
S.. .

H.ward Carrie, Sales Mgr
Big Cypress
Jlitf Cypress (toff Golf URGE LOT

Corner of So. Golf Drive
A Gulf Shore Blvd. A golf. &?
t'Juii Estate eoodlette Rood ers jewel, $10,000.00.

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HOSTS AND HOSTESSES La Tour George R. Guy, Mrs Jeanne Guy
Rivage construction will get under wayin Frank J. Rooney, and Sue Keagy Mrs
early April it was announced Thurs Nelson is sales representative Guy and w
day evening by officials of the luxurious Rooney are co-developers along with
co-op in The Moorings. Greet Chris Keagy, not shown.
ing those who attended cocktail party (McGrath photo)
were, I to r: Mrs. Ginger Nelson, r

La Tour RivageConstruction

r---, WE Tool THE PLANE

OIA DRove THE CAR-I-; 1 t
Starts April
WEE SWIMMING IN tIqp?s. h I + .8
Construction of La Tour RI- 1
I I WHERE.0\ (.( ARE 'f -f under 1I
/ .:1= -3' Ft y NflPL.ES IllllllNES one way about of the April developers 1ChrisKeagy of the. It, .
told and
project purchasers .
prospective purchasers who y .',: Joj ; '

ill,. 10 A 1 were night guests at of a the cocktail developerslast partyat ,' ". .. :1v. ... '.>\',.va' ..;,
the Naples Beach Club Hotel. .14 ,..
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The project which will y I'f' .' .1. ;
house 40 delux cooperative .
apartments In a price
range between $33,500 and .
$82,500 will be constructed -
on the beach In the south
edge of The Moorings on Gulf
Shore Boulevard. A model + CHOOSE A FAMOUS )
I, apartment has been built on the ,
E) site and Is now open for in-
Keagy explained that con-
r. group
struction had not been started :1flcifl&
during the season due to reluctance -
to further Inconven-
ience winter visitors to Naplesby
White the added construction. He I
stated that It will take about in TROPICAL RATTAN !
five months to erect the build-
Lighting ing and that the new owners NATURAL OR DRIFTWOOD FINISH
will find apartments ready so
IT I 1 x 4 ,"Off' While"Shoe. .giving Tfevpjotfett In(them If theprtljectittt'Keagy they desire. n r u: '11 ..... s '--4 ,. .J _.

,George R.Guy and FrankJ.
Rooney president of the NEW 7-Pc. SECTIONAL 5-Piece GROUP
Rooney Construction Company
13.95 of Miami which will build the shown Above (Not t Shown)
structure Both Rooney and Guy GROUP . I INCLUDES YOU GET A BIO SOFA,
Bag To were present at last night's LOW 3PC. SECTIONAL SOFA 2 END TABLES,
affair as was the architect,
of Fort
Morton T. Ironmonger
Pa lino llatchPatcnt Lauderdale. TABLE COCKTAIL TABLE and A CHAIRS' MORE
12.95 64 Dead In Hindu

Religious RiotsNEW EITHER '
DELHI, India (AP) -
The death toll In religious riot.
MAKE A PRETTYEXIT' ini in scattered parts of India
rose to 64 today, at troops were
called out to try to prevent fur. $1699S
ther Hindu.Moslem battling.


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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 22: 1961 Whidden Leaves Youth Cranking

... _.u_ ......._u.... ........__ __..,.__.. .. .__ School MenusThe Open House At Club Today
', Carriage
: ; 'Ti:>.;Q menu for the week of Deputy PositionTo Model-T FordFractures

March 23 through March 26that Enter BusinessE.G.
MARCO the Naples Junior High cafe .II",-'\;', .,;y11; : who ,
I II -- ; ,t. fV'If' "Chuck" Whidden
terla will be ,
N EVVS : : I l r has been a deputy under Sheriff FORT MYERS (AP)-Oldtlme
Baked beans with '
BY DIANE j" E.A. Doug Hendry for the doctors got a nostalgic charge
hot dogs tomato wedge, assorted out of Lee Memorial Hospital
,. .". .. .. to' .....J pUt seven years has resigned Willis'
p.I Irmaat: :+sErrrtt'as t. "".ta''''pn' -- fruit,cornbread and but- patient Tom broken arm.
News from Marco again The Mr and Mrs. Doyle DoxseeandMr. ter, milk. 'q1L1r ; A J.'. ,.' '.' the post and will enter bus He broke It cranking a Model T
j Iness for himself. The announ-
bulldozer has finished clearingand Cook this past week. Mrs. TUESDAY-Oven fried chicken : Ford.
It Is the buttered rice T pf 1 cement was made by Sheriff Officials said It was the first
has returned to Naples. Noble daughter of Mr. spinach r
Is being replaced by a drag William Cook. carrot strips, Jello with bananas Hendry yesterday. such case In 25 years.
Whidden has purchased an Interest Willis, 21, an Edison Junior
line which will dig the canals Mrs. Katherine Cooper and bread and butter milk. business
College sophomore,
In the Sealtest Distributorship -
for the Marco Island Corpora children Joanne, Kathy, WEDNESDAY Shepherd's
Penny the "gave It a twist" in time-hon-
He will assume
,l1on. L .L. Hampton, the architectural and Bobble,spent Monday visiting pie with mashed potatoes, cab- -f 1 RrLc duties of the business ored fashion to start the 1924 au.
engineer, Is very with Mrs.Doyle Doxsee and bage salad, rolls and butter, tomoblle's engine Frld.> for a
pleased with the way the place family Mrs. Cooper and child- chocolate cobbler, milk. morrow Hendry said. political campaign tour by Ted
"Whidden has been
Is looking. The people are enJoying ren are at present time liv- THURSDAY -Barbecuedporkon a good Randell I, who Is running for
officer and I hate lose him
the nice fresh air fora ing In Naples. homemade bun, potato salad to state representative.The .
change. We hope not to have Ralph Doxsee spent Mondayand green beans, cookies, ,al! as a deputy," Hendry .said. spark caught, the crank
that all milk Easter "However If he feels business handle kicked back and Willis la
many mosquitoes now Tuesday with his daughter egg candy.
offers better opportunities temporarily left-handed with
the shrubs and trees have been Mrs. Jackie Thompson. Mr.
Naples I wish him the best of suc- his right arm in a cast painted
cleared The for Senior
here menu
away. Doxsee was on business.
"Red Randell" In letters.
cess In the new association. orange
The Churches of God In Fort High School:
Myers District held a Youth AT THE ISLANDER MONDAY Pork and gravy Whidden, married and the
;t' father
Rally Fellowship at the Marco Long time friends of Mrs. over rice hot rolls, tossed "':'o"' _:2k of two daughters, lives Arlan eta seas AMImIm

Church of God Monday, March Edgar A. Brown of Shaker salad, lemon pudding,milk,but .....'.. .,. '' ..'...... J ":ti in Guilford Acres.
16. Several ministers were pre- Heights. Ohio, celebrated her -,",_ I.t""1": ..-...... ....... ..J
ter.TUESDAY I .. 'p> ShaferFuneral
.1>: .J c.a.III' L. .
ser .rt+N Aw A.
sent along with a large number birthday with a stone crab dinner Hamburgerstomato -
representing different churchesIn at the apartment of Mr pickle, onion hot rolls, NAPLES' EVERCHANGING SKYLINE is left is new Gulf Towers rapidly push services for ClarenceE.

the district. Those minis and Mrs. S. Hasklns Rldens at cauliflower/cheese sauce, pie, seen with two newest additions in ing skyward It is being built by theE Shafer, 66, of BoniU Shores 'TERMITES,;

ters In attendance were: Rev. the Islander. All guests came milk butter. The Moorings area, To the right is the H. Marhosfer, Jr. Company Open night who died will be in held Miami at 10 Thursday o'clock WORK ALL YEAR
Louis H. Cross, Fort Myers; with a covered dish. Joining WEDNESDAY Chill dogs,
Rev James Daniels,Alva; Mrs. In the celebration were Mr mashed potatoes, tossed salad, new Carriage Club under constructionby House is being held at the Carriage Monday morning at the Earl G. AROUND

Norman Warrlner, Bonita Edgar A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. applesauce cake, milk, butter. First Florida Resource Corporationand Club this weekend, (NEWS photo) Hodges with Funeral the Rev.Chapel Richard In Naples T.* cd

Springs; Rev. David Lanier, S. Htsklns Rldens of Newbern THURSDAYBeans and wie- now nearing completion. At the Lambert of Trinity.bj.the.Cove

Naples; Rev. T. J. Wells, Cho- Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs U, H. ners, slaw, potato chips, whiteor .....--..--..- Episcopal Church officiating.
koloskee, and the host pastor Cozart of Wilson N. C.; Mr. rye bread, hot cross buns, There will be a visitation at f.e IA. sek..f riser h...
Rev. I.D. Hancock of Marco. and Mrs. Marshall }Hall of milk butter. : n; / the Hodges Chapel from 4 to 7

Reverend Selllck.missionary Casco Wise.; Mr, and Mrs. FRIDAY NO SCHOOL. h this afternoon. Graveside ser.
from Panama.spoke on his work George Wood of Detroit Mich.; r, vices will be conducted by the RESTAURANTTAMIAMI
there He was there duringthe John Murphy Post of the Amer.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhelm The menu at Shadowlawn
ican Legion Bonita, at Naples
recent rlotlngs. of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mr and School for the coming week; ', inn ,1f Y d Memorial Gardens., TRAIL
The Bonita Springs Churchwas Mrs. Ferdinand Wyckoff of New MONDAY Pork and rice I
of World
Shafer, a veteran Money Maker
awarded the attendance cup York and also a friend of "/ squash, spinach, banana ( t tnr War I, was a retired resort
for having the most In atten- Mr. and Mrs. Wyekoff from Jacksonville cake. -1 1k owner and had lived In Bonita Out of country owners
dance. They will keep the cup and and r want FAST ACTION!
Mr. Mrs TUESDAY Bar bque the past eight years. He was
until the next youth meeting or William Reading of Cleveland. chicken, coleslaw mashed born In Patterson, N.J. SEE THIS TODAY

until some other church takesit Ohio. potatoes, stewed prunes.. Besides his widow, Mrs. Dor. c.1IG.H.LUFF

by having the most atten Mrs. Newell McConongheyfrom WEDNESDAY Mrs. Durenbaugh's .p va othy Shafer, he Is survived bya
IK son, Clarence J. of Hialeah
dants. ;
Cleveland Ohio caughttwo Fourth Grade Jr. Cu-
Mrs. John Noble from Charleston snook : a sister, Mrs. E.F Ottel of MI 2-2270
Wednesday night tossed salad
ban sandwiches, ,
Pennsylvania, two grandchildren
S. C. visited withI'
while from the Islander
green beans, pototo sticks and one great trr and child.
Motel dock. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- strawberry shortcake .

Cononghey are spending a THURSDAY Easter Menu:
months vacation at the Islander. Baked ham, candled sweet

I Mr. and Mrs Marshall Hall potatoes, succotash, candy IF IT RUNNETH
were hosts to a dinner partyat eggs Easter cake.

the Marco Lodge honoring FRIDAY GOOD FRIDAY
Mr. and Mrs. S.Hasklns Rldens HOLIDAY

Vlrla who left Monday for their homeIn
By Off
la didn't bow Newbern Term. Also guestsof received their trophies for win ,- ,- ..._--- ---.--. --. OVER ,
case you
It On the Island of the Halls Brown were of Shaker Mr and Mrs. ning the city doubles champion- OPEN HOUSE at the Carriage Club on (shown) is furnished for pleasure, comfort
Edgar Heights, ship held at Brookside Bowl. '
San Salvador-that's In Ohio. Lake Shore Drive In The Moorings will and maximum view of Naples'
The Marco children on school
the Bahamas drivers Mr. and Mrs. George Wood bus No. 19 had the pleasureof continue today through 9 p.m. Living beautiful beach Interiors are by Rand YOU MAY NEED

found guilty la accidents and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brown seeing one of the young MarCo room of a two-bedroom tri-vlew a apart. R. Robinson Inc. and Holland Sal-

where IB jar lea art invoiced gave dinner parties for the eagles sitting on a tree limb ment in the swank new condominium ley, Inc. (McGrath photo) KEM THERMOX
are locked up In Hasklns Rldens before their near the nest Wednesday morn- .
Jail intll the victim or return home. All are long time Ing. There were two eaglets Catholic ChurchTo LIQUID DRAIN SOLVENT

victims have recovered friends who have enjoyed many hatched this year. ObituariesRowan

1 81 was the lint year winters together at the Islander Mr and Mrs. Jim Hughesof Use Latin For

to see the U.S. Importing Motel. Huntington Ind., left their been a stationary engineer.He .
more tart than It exported Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cozart friends, the Roger Johnsons, was a member of the Me- Official Matters DISSOLVES QUICKLY ALL ORGANIC

Speaking of can from Wilson, N. C.,left Thursday to return to their home after Funeral services for Burton thodist church,a 25-year: member VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope OBSTRUCTIONS IN DRAINS OF SINKS,

-4. Anchor- Alaska, a 19 return home after spend- spending there months fishingand Clyde Rowan 53, who died the Moose Lodgo?of.Dayton Paul VI..aid Friday tho>Roman '.,,"TOILETS CESSPOOLS &.. GREASE
city of acme 100,000 population ing two months at the Islander.Mr. shelling, Thursday night at Lee Memorial and a 25-year member of the Cati! llc"Cf\urfll\! Fepp Latin 'TRAPS. WILL NOT HARM SEPTIC
and Haskins Inland Manufacturing Co. Club of for Its official acts while .
there are 50,000 Mrs. S. Margaret Johnson found a Hospital In Fort Myers will recog.nlzing
Dayton.He the value of modern languages TANK ACTIVITY $2.95 QT.
Rldens have returned home bottle with a note In It floating be held at 2 o'clock Monday
cara. there a higher
after a two months at the afternoon from the chapel of la survived by three daugh. In other church matters.
stay at the Johnsons boat dock.
ratio In the world? tort Mrs.
Virginia Morgan, Mrs.
Islander, to Newbern Tenn., said the Richard A. Pittman Funeral -
The message to please
Laws never keep Opal Estelle Kauffman both of whuh the
can Istanbul world
with the hope of returning next notify Dr. Lea.vltt. Easton, Home of Naples with the gave St4 ue i'aift e e
abreast of social develop Bonita Springs; Mrs. Qenna May the tulip, the table fork and the
.. .,ata. There la one law year. Maryland Needless_to say Mr. Rev. Wayne Thomas pastor of Hyre of Tujjnga, Calif; three Turkish bath claims to be the' 604. 5th AVENUE. SO. NAPLES. FLORIDA
Earl Cameron ts renewing Leavitt will receive a not sayIng the Bonita Springs Methodist sons, Jack H. and William P, of oldest continuously occupied
yon aho make for your. real estate license and will the bottle had been found. Church, officiating Interment Dayton, and a foster son, Wll. large metropolis
self always; put your soon be a licensed real estate will be In Naples Memorial Gar Ibm Helmu,ofBrooksvUl.,:>hlo;.

family in the very beat salesman.Mr. SNOOK HOLE:: dens. Friends may call at the his mother, Mrs. Amanda Johnson !!yillllllMIIIIIIIIMHHUIIIIIIIIIIIUIIHIIMMHIIIJIIIINniMWIIII' IIHimillllllM IIIUIIIII"munllIIIIlHIIIIItINIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII pppamE
r home you can afford and Mrs. Robert Guests of the Snook Hole are funeral home from S to 9 p.m. of Dayton, 18 grandchildren

It pays In every way Cameron and Buddy and Sharron Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beery who today. and eight great grandchildren. | ask the men atE

moral status. happlneta spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. are leaving Monday and Mr.Robert Rowan was a retired build- Rev. Wayne Thomas, pastor of
gate. You cannot Earl Cameron. Mother son Michael Frazel who left Friday ing contractor who moved to the Bonita Springs Methodist
Church, will conduct funeral
afford to of had been a week Bonlta In 1957 from ser I Imperial
pass up any spending for Plains City, Ohio. Bloomington vices at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday .
the wonderful listings we here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cameron Other guests are Mr, Nolan 111. where he was a mem- morning In the chapel of the Richard .
have on hand. Also now are Buddy, Sharron, and who had a good catch of fish, ber of the carpenter's union. A. Pittman Funeral Home.
b the time to cheek with Michael's grandparents. especially snook, and Mr. and He was also a member of the Interment will be In Naples Me.

us for next season rental Mrs. H. Wilson of Hamilton, Bonita Springs Methodist mortal Gardens. Friends may
Be sure and see ni soon AT THE LODGE Ohio, who are staying for one Church. He was born In Lexington call at the funeral home from dE

\ and reserve a home or nn Still vacationing at the Lodgeare week and have also had good 111. 6 to 9 p.m. Monday night.Willis .
apartment for 1965. Call Bill Pendelton from Freeport catches of fish. The Wilson He Is survived by his widow

MI 2-4749 or come In andee N.Y.i; Jack Marshall of caught Klngflsh and Redflsh. Mrs Alvaretta Rowan of Bo-
Marquette Mich.; Max and Me- nita, two daughters, Mrs
us at VIVIAN OGG. Mrs. Katherine Edna Willis,
REALTOR. (24 Fifth land Boettger from Nutley, N. PORT MARCO Sharon Yvonne Jones of Monti- 58, of Naples and Morocco, nd,
J. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hands cello, N.Y., Mrs. Sandra '
r .be.. So. Urn. : Charles Wetzel has whettedthe Kay died at her home 740 Fourth w..Z.L HCOMAN NEUMANN VOOOPIOH
any from Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. interests of any wavering Works of Lexington,Ky.s;a bro Ave. S. Friday morning aftera

Stanley Elders of Marquette. fishermen by bringing In two ther, George Dewey Rowan of short Illness. She had been a Homes, building consultation, investments,
OPEN HOUSE Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hop- over 20-pound snook Tuesdayof Poplar Bluff, Mo.; a sister. resident of Naples for the past
son of Waukesha, Wise, and this week. Miss Marie Rowan of Bonita 12 years. i property management, acreage.
TODAY! Dr, and Mrs. John Tate of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mad- Springs, and three grandchildren. She Is survived by her husband -j

'from 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. Des Moines, Iowa, Alex Tasa- ment returned to Michigan, Paul and ;Mrs.two daughters Virginia,Samp.Katherine i\ r'iPif: A I IMPERIAL PROPERTIES
tano that the mackereland
at Tuesday rlomlngl11ness taking son; one son, Paul Jr.; and one \
king fish are being brought them ahead of schedule. Their Johnson grandchild, all of Chicago. \ :
200 No. lake DriveN.P.SLOAN In In quite large numbers. son Earl of Royal Oak, Mich., Private funeral services will j I 289 Ninth St., So. MI 2-2128
Nena Ellis of Royal Palm Junes D. Johnson, 69, died _
flew down Saturday night to be held Monday afternoon at the I
Hammock and Katie Johnsonof j Friday night In Naples Community .
Hodges Funeral Chapel with the ]
drive his home. niiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiwimiiiwiiimiiiiii iiiiiMiiiwiiimiimmim uumuuumunummaunpunununuanuntuuttuF.,
Hospital. He was a native
Ma attended the
rco city bowl Rev. Richard T. Lambertpastor ,
REALTOR Paul and Ruth Gleberg of and moved to
of Plkevllle, Ky.,
f Ing leagues annual meeting and of TrlnUy.by-the.Cove Episcopal
) 560 9th St. So. dinner at the Lake City, Fla., accompanied ]Bonlta Springs three years ago Church officiating.Interment will
Moorings Country Virgil and Lucille VvInn of Orlando 1 From Dayton, Ohio, where he had
In Morroco Ind.
Phone be ,
2-3559 or 2-2030 Club Monday March 16. They ,. and Marco where they .

NAPLES MOST MODERN are visiting Lucllle's brother, PIANO INSTRUCTION

HAIR FASHION SALON Wesley Claus Paine.B. A. Myer of Char- CcrtlfM ....Nr MTNA A DMTNA

D i This Week Special! leston, S. C.. spent the week ., ... t. College Preparatory
:., with rother-ln-law rankCe- Downtown Studio
Permanent Ann Wetmer Phone MI
$12.50 ]I veny, This Is business as wellas
Wave .... $2500 a pleasure trip as Mr. My-

ers sold his Port Marco Interests -
Try Mr. Will New Body (Hair Cut: Makes your act to James and Dorothy

stay better and keeps the fries out of your permanent. O'Connell of Nevada, Mo. Yankee's Landing
Charlie and Nancy Dady have .

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS' returned to Speedway. Ind., after -
spending three months vacation AN EXCITING NEW CO-OP /
111 Path .... s. ,,two* ((0\1 l 74)1, makes Y' '
at the Motel Marco. Chesapeake Ave., Oyster &.1.- your

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FRED EDENFIELD eaort III Me meal t*""iIt. '_& AW her every <"... AotoH it in ertgintl and MtHf new" concept In itcA

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(Paid, political Advertisement) Phone 2-11M .
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49-Houtet For Rent I 57-Houtes For Sal. 59-Acreage 65-Oen. Real Estate
QffefetJSEAWALLS Machinery Equip.
1 Announcements 13-Help Want. Female 33-Services ____

Woman to do light Ineus.work GROCERY STOt ,For rent till Dec 15th Fur Oner ..ov.n, North 4 bedroom lit Acre en State Highway An exciting new weterfront
PLAZA BEAl'T'I.HIIS!' and cook I .....,. 1 hour daily EQUIPMENTEverything niahed 2 bedroOm 2 bath ho.... ? eeth custom built, CBS CM*. t 10" road f..t.'.. In. C..... ... Chettpeake Ave.

U2I E Tim's TrailMldwuy I or 1 hour 1 days a week. Ph. you need for a Screened porch and fireplace. home. ....- schoois and .holl' tection 21 Township 41 South, Oytter. Say Frem 17500 ,.
28S72BON1TA Ml 24104 after I .p .... tf COMCMTK v ooaFoundation .ca .rocery 0' buOdry .to,.. TV cable. Very quiet To pins conIc' L.... fl. room Manga 21 E Only 112.100 with. 115000 See it today or call
adultt Inquire at Ith AvaSo sod laraIl Kitchen, has bult.'n feed term ...t Buy CARIBBEAN tiurton Bros. 2 2121 After hours
SPRINGS SPA Counter a\ kitchen, help Over PHesftAQEN II ft. Huttman Dairy: Duple from lam 1:71 p m or range and i 0 ovon Cedar 'REALTY 1710 fee tern.laml 1,1124. l/'tf

II. merited for deyi Mutt be Cate 10 ft Morton Meet Case a.Her 5pm 3/17H and birch peneima., throughout' ,,_TraiL MIwey, I list' _
announces study and reliable, Apply in I.". Warren Meat c... home Central oil, heel '..ut,. H acre lract.. yl b$4o. and OWNER TRANSFERRED .
Charm and Reducing Clms person Croute! Drive In', North Docb.. ;. Jptr t ft. Sewage Froten CataI 2 bedroom furnished home on ful lawn and undergroundsodmliling 15 00 per mo no interett 1150 3 badroomt. 2 betht Corner lot

forming now. (Adult or TI. 1/lltf ,*v teIIl'SyydthS. :, i S' Mill, Wslb.iit. Box .If" 1/111120,22 Davis Blvd Call Ml 2 23ft conditioned system Mutt and be pump seen One City, mile Collier from County Golden Reel Gate E- -home.Near schools" Fin. family

Teens cUiii) Call WYman Attractive young women 2S.41 TABBOTT Band Saw National Ge ider to be apprecieted Reasonably lflltfwthi.0: Open "' "Clay. OWNER WANTS TO SELL this,
with pleetant personality andtecretarial <_ 30" CUSTOM BUILT I bedroom
Toledo Tanderitor Palm
t-301, BoniU Sr.'ingi. Fla. ehort- Nicely furnnhed', 2 bd,,,,., tile, priced 1213 Royal DriveP91. .
.- hand and filing,experience, needed for retpontible .U4ioR,e4. Meet Block 2 Toledo Scale. beth. Fl 1. rm. TV Near Gulf Ml t 4150 __ ____ t Acre Tract on black lop read. lot m-bath- North home Naple on 100'location.111'
WILLS HAIR FASHIONSAll poeition Pert time ...., .'IflS 14171 A4W Root Be..r Machine Beech and Golf Clubt Midway 12750 with. Term CARIBBEAN .
branche. baauty ..'v'c. ... REALTY. EXTRA INCOME be
trial! with of 2 7135 3/1'1 V.nd.b,1t ltaCh. 1750 N TarnoMCTHINU may yours
417 SIN Ave So full period expectation VIC'I SHOE HCFAin' > Com4et ; complete. 11150 d.I.d.THE Home 2 bedroom-2H betht.Germem .aml Tra.I MIdway F ISIS.2IltIsm from this 'b.droom. I.beth
Ml I 27431 time in M deyt. I or IH .. Shoe Service Dyeing andrefmleMnfl MILHOUSE CO. NICE i BEDROOM HOUSE. Ave. Reduced Price home plus GUEST COTTAGE 'In
3liSt3BoateMotorsAcces. day week return to Box III Srh Ave.. So.Naole Dick; Hill COMPLETELY FURNISHED Cell Ml 2.2391. 1/22 excellent location Both completely .
I737CC Collier
County Newt .
'/''.20.22 Radio' Rd Ml 14303 BATH $t5 PER MONTH lilt % 13 ecrva CBS House 2 bdrmsIH RAGE RIGHTI!

Tune Up FRANK WHITMAN BLVD batht. carport and utility
HO\I..ka.p. liv. Itt. PIssientsurroun 3/1' 70 11 room Beautifully, landscaped NOW S at'. tracts leeeledl ContactMrmember ; :

dinge. p.m."t. MI Headlight .Aiming 44-Mobile Homes Ml 24ltt 5/54t|! l e"e mile from US 41O te rent, buy or
.7734.. > .. ft lo II with
7/1'.11.10 t P'opeilv tell centect
2 bdrm furnithed, home and 2 furnished H -
For Sale': 21 ft. Daniel built bdrm on acre .
,0' o aid it
Boet .14) H P. treint, I. AAA Road Service bdrm, furnished, apt lor rant City water available Top Invettment Coopers Lucille Ottt Loeh Brown
Parttime wanted
waitress Ap
Furnithed Tram. ....c.d. wino >gu 'nit e'iy KIK.r' 0's''iy III
Sot. ... .
freth I next teeton Know where you at t930 Virgil Marcum .
Chryaler. water cooled ply ,in person between '.10 am. T V unttnna a..*n Fuu |)t' For
; pnce
Teak deck*. Loaded with, : Port Royal Beech Club 3lOllYouAL'tI.4ct NAPLES; KSO lsnd.cSling. See this Mobile will tpend next winter, in Na RUTH ANDFRSON. BrokerOppotite further .ntormjt 01 centecf: Carlset'ef lat Avi. N.. T.....
t,... E. Tu"er S 10"'. hoc II SCO. Termt plat CARIBBEAN REALTY courthouse' on F Treil n Jan.. LeIsop losM'305n I."" Tr...
Lake v'ss
;;. eriicienl/ N. TRAIL Home today! Kelly
MIdWay l.2l5S tecrotary 42\\ 1 750 N Trail. MI 21155 MI'2t154 or Ml' 2 1M7
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for smell office. Mutt G N. LUFF.. Sth II. No JIlt 'iitP 0 aSs 11. DEWEY POLLY

SPECIAL know tnorthend and operate Midway 2 2270 "BRAND NEW"
We he* e complete I'tU vecorje
19 ft. fiberclaaa "Crotby" electric te typewriter Boa IM; YV Send Collier retumo IIl1t'19M WATERFRONT HOME 3 black on all lands advertitrd m thispapvr 61 -Interne PropertyHOME REALTY
County, Newt 3IOtf. 38-Auieai For SaJe $4500 from beach 2 Bedrooms and 2 Ire ut i'.i' eb
run about twin 40 HP 10' x II' Mobile Home. 2 Bedroom and I bdrm
Batht Seatonal '.ntal.! Will, slraclt' Title C, of P.a'ui.a i Air cool efficiency
efficient for m "bath occupied only of I month. YANKEE'S LANDINGAn BUSINESS 0"- apta IM a month and ..,.. Year
Young teeretery : rent for minimum
Johnson motors )with only IOU Corvette Sting May Coupe. 1 weekt Carport, landscaped.waterfront. OR REPAIR SHOP
Near bee pierMl
tmell office Mutt know short' J. W. REALTOR exciting new weterfrontCoop around
Two bedroom Souse
Showroom fully exceptionally
IS bra. since 2 18 condition equip Lot 111 Naples If
new. fiend and operate electric type on Chetepeeke Ave 2-1112 0
ped. Cell Ml I-2I5S Of' Ml 2 M07, Land Yacht Harbor Ml 2 nil 1144 3rd ST SOUTH well furnished on large
pL'ru tajiks alt1. controls writr. Sand resume to Bo. i/11.20.U 3/lt.3t Ml' 2-2452 Oytter Bay From |7500 toIII lot I block from Trail, Net Owner leaving townl Mutt telll
1737 YY Collier County News 000 See It today or OIl 2l'x21' CBS structure ideal for Price reduced 1 Bedroom. >
.tc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. 3/22.tf t'ai coo 3/I- __ Murton .'0'. 2.,U.. After hours home bueinett or repair ahop Tile' ..Ih. 112,500. ,.,m.S..t.1 *

1M3 Chev. S av!. 4 door Impale. clear foVlf'wieV'ra'ler, Col. <_ 2'c .____---l' Only 111.500 "Atk the men Waterfront Late
Sr complete package 3 bedroom house, furnished
Hydramatle. power tteer. tier County Reel Ettata, Ml
Waitreta, wanted Moorings H. mil like' unfurnithed on yearly I.... et Imperiel"IMPERIAL Discount for limited time. PRIVATE
11895. See at 1660 Murex leg M a 1000 13919. Open Sundaystill FACING PROPERTIES .
Country Club Restaurant See new. Mr. Sheperd. 712 Andar- ... Kwik, Clink area. Call J. W.Dych. BEACH CLUB COURSE .
Drive or call Bill Tucker Ann Kennedy. 2/22.51 eon Drive No. Nag4at.S2B.ttM ... R..llo"I'' 1-2452 Owner will sacrifice esp well JIll 2M tth It So 2 2121 Aqualane Shore home Fully

Midway 2-4285 Excellent 45-Trailers For Rent 322Unfurnithed. __ __ _. __ __ __ built new home. Never been. KINGSTON APARTMENTS 127.500.furnished 4 ready for living
14-Help Wanted Male lived In. I bdrm, I bathe. -
Buy loll Bulck Station Wagon. Ex- 3 bedroom house large living room 'with dining NEW II unit apartment located 1 BR home with hlO"SWo GuetlHoute

e..nt r.o..d. Ns' boftery good Trailer, for r."'. Specie! low with "..p... cerpeting and el. den. Large screened porch ON Gulf Shore Drive. Marlowe near ..
HELP WANTED tIres,.tr.-- ueo ca&sto ,.t.. to retire.. end 0.s 'icome .. Available' June Ith Yeerly. facing South. G.E. Kitchen with end Beck. Reeltor, 411 MM Av. t Slacks of Beach Beautiful
YACHT BROKERAGE Leading quality, and expending' =.::-t. 3.U$2. folkt. Trailer apecet 15 00 per lOll Broad Av*. Ml I '.U22 ell appliances. G.E. Central I So. Ml 'll\' I/Ufa Homenila, only 17.570 term

Complete Naples Ll.tin|. home buildare organnationneedt 31l0.U week, Fiahmg.' docking arivi.ege 3/22 heat and sIr condo Landscaped For Sale, Beautiful 21 Room lot |715 lermt l.b.1
FIns Inboard Boat From 20' e mature productive *. 121.100 Call owner et Mid.way Hotel Dining Room Lounge Shore
Bob Martin, MI2.37S7 salesmen with a view toward 17 Ford VI Viet Bower Oil 2.4577 or stop Sunday atS2t Severape License lSclded.
8.Smth Ch'II.C.tt IaI.s the future. Encellent working II Ford Mane Wagon MS MOCK CREEKTRAILEH 50-Rooms For Rent Golf Drive. 14 p.m.. $550,000 00 Terms lee office 01 '
conditione. Contact Fred Paul/. tl Chew liation Wegn MS PARK 1/ Consuls. you 1o.l Breher. l>AVIDr..TJONKS
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SPORTS FISHERMAN Michigan Hornet. J. :
Line' -
Mooring '0 Chev f
dr. t atlck Ml '
21 Ft. Ulrickaon. flying brIdge DrIve The Mooring of Naplea.Jack 60 Buick Inviele MT t4MM Rear of Airport 1 bedroom*. I belhe. IN blocks Centrally 'located ,laundry and) Ill 61 h Ave"j'OHMI mo'mrJi".o.
22! Qray Marine, sI lep* thre. 3111.1f Scout I wtieel drive power lotS Room and privet bath twin 4o beech On Central Ave '71. adjoining' store building" wltt
complete with fishing, chairt, beds. 2 blkt. from beech and boo Has deluxe 'living room ItIC...... Marlowe end BeckRaahiert Avenue Royal
& Sale
17 Mere 4 dr. NT 391 47-Traller Lots For
.power Weterlronl, teewall.Centre .
town 242 itS Ave. So. 1/20.11 with Herbor.
Florldo combination
and .r..tr Os Top room 411 Mh Ave. S*. MlI
m."y of all Iradet. Apply' Inperson M Ford XL MO MT loaded\ 1191II screened porch andenclosed heel end air 2 txtrme
co"dtoon. $4950 00. C.II CurIo fireplace 1211. 1/ttf
between I.1 .."'. Port Rambler Waon ".ir Also Included 2 baths, porch garage, $13,930ISIS
B'M l212. Royal Beech Club. cond IMS Late Kelly attractive, Mq>lla 51-Wanted To Rent end garago No taxetl That' whet you can
II Falcon Wagon nte. IIMII Nome ate. land.cped. well andpurwp. draped Pilt.T'i, .
ASS'T SALES MANAGER Mcbride, have when you purchase property MandarIn "d 1 bdrmtI
For StlaIt: ft. ThtinderBird. Ford Falrlane 2 septic tusk fence en
So Ml 21144 2/lltf et Queen Manama Itland betht. central Heel end air,
Above with
complete with 2 Jonnion outboard average earning stick Ins one tide mutt be teen to be eppredated. W. Save for sale several _,ch. carport Assume mortgage
Ideal condition, await, ; WANTED May firtl, 2 bedroom good
in water I... than I Ir. 121.22 12071 O H LOrF, Houte contittt ol two bedroom! residential and commercial lois No closing cost. 12.000
our I... than half price! a good administrator., Mutt be Saletmen': Pawl Oreham TomPoele. M f. Broker. 411 tth St. No furnlehed hou., apart 1 Mi batht., Living roam 0,","| ito .tOO.
moot at Queen Cove el predevelopmen III
ZOII sIt St.. So. able to close end work effectively (Non ......... 9 1100 or duplex In City, with kitchen plenty of ctbi "
Davidson LaurenBlue : room
This I is
a in-
with" te let men In growingNeplet AC neat, yearly rente) Quiet price* a once
2/Ulta Reel Estate Company >*iil bring your choice couple, no pert let, no pots.3a2.tf net) Femily room lair c."III'rlortd. lifetime, opoprtunity te awllcipete 141 Ith St No. 3 bd'...... Ibath
FLARE boat now sold direct. tpaclalizlng In quality hornet to vouCall Ml 2 IIM! 4t-Apts. For RentI P> Cot *72 Nipl"' room. tlortge. clotel hester In thie exclutive tat free fireplace carport good
Wholal prtc *. 17' to 23':. Submit, resume to box 1737 AA COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS with wether 4 else waist area of Queen' Cove Freeporl.Grand investment, S U.''10.

Flere FIberglass Beat Co., Collier County Newt 3/I l.tl Your Friendly C&dtY'FORb.: I bdrm. furnished Near carport with ttortge House closet ta ol IMheme Itlend Lot 450 Itth Ave ... Aqualane. f
Lakeland. MERCURY OS ...., aptt and Torrid prices start at |,.... 00 with
baaah and shopping. Weekly CBS construction, Terrell lid,...... 2 bath. central heat & 1
lb. luittitug' boat and II hp E". NEED PART TIME MEN WHO Like new Jeep. Boa M IapTe' monthly or year around' Midway 55-Stores Office floor, electric, well heeter .good term I/141' air, garage, weterfronl, 111.100.
Rsasonabhi. COULD USE AN EXTRA $40. W Smith
Inrudi. W'man Roy
2.325& 'on,', Spronl' 70 A WEEK. PHONE Ml' Awnlnn and Olata or .IBM. BroadAvo. 11041. 1/ll.tf Electric renge and rein* meluded TI7 SIN Ave. So.. :1.2.2171 Lot 21 Block 0. Royal' Harbor,
3 2.3115. l/ltf No. wit lifer lIMl / FOR SEASONAL RENTALS The Lot I* 70 X lIt. 41/1 overlooking' bay, ......11. CotttllOO
1 St
/ 7. mnman'/ Mien wwn automat Cal Annette C, Wino' Realty Office Space 12 5 II ft. Fo complete with, tprlnkler. tyttemt. lit sacrifice, |t950. .

Eight pontoon, each S feet thift., Only .2L O8 mile US Sth SIn So Ml 2.4571 :4i par too Coatt tree* and shrubs Mast Want le net los' Let ut how
long 3( 'Inches wide, 30 Inches 15-Sales Help Wanted Don't need Car ...,MGI'e. See 3/SH :I t"y.'s 15 SIlt Ava. So. be teen t* ... tpreciatad you the potelbilitie" on the** 2 Lot 14 IMh Ave to. Aqua.
hih.' Marine Plywood Fiber-, at 191! 4tH Ave No 'ttJto\15 -=-EBB TIDE APTS.-" tt Lor\el ion few blocks from ouplexet in North N..I.. ., Al-' lane. waterfront, cost I'.500.
Ilaeted Sturdy construction beech, et 1\0 SrI Ave N. moil 100'% occupancy rate All sacrIfice, |!2UVINCE

never used. OX 4'2151. Ever. Sale Wanted. Mutt be 17 Mere Turnpike, ,Cruleer" In Modern furnithed efflcieneiee' Store building 20' x SO' located under lit 000 Phone **' 4>'41' lour soils furnished. Asking'I|lust

lade*. Ask for JImmRob.- People Immaculate condition., I owner, end I bedroom:: apt. 150 eanortth en Sth Avenue 1202 par mo ORiON DR LARGE CORNFRLOT4HOMF $35,500. .. e landlord, not etenant. Lot 03. BasyaS SIvd. HISS 1f
of .
In tale Intanciblat.willing
'"'0". *117 lit S00. hard Prefer I let* then 20.000 orMMel mite*. Kelly Rd. /17tft I Call Wetley Downing Realtor 4 BOOMS.I CARIBBEAN REALTY, avee4eekis. ,GulInSatodwe aS

man or 'to.._wor Do.* .... 30 to to Black; fully oqul .Ml 11154! MI 21l/ 2/l2wttf BATHS-I BL, FROM BEACH J7M 'N. Trail' Ml tilt. 15' '. I

; 5-Business oppi.: to. Apply Naples Memorial Oar. SIb for Don Meevo*. Bedroom furnlahed, Efficiency Cell MI 21141. 43ThJEAWD: INCOME": CONBOV

".".. Vanderbilt Drive' end Apt. No pete or children, Ml FOR RENT COMMERCIAL 3/11,1.17 Roe our model 4 unit waterfront

IIIth Ave, No.. Naples 1:30am : 23117 or Ml 2-ttW 315.11renene BLDO With or without apt. In OPEN FOR INSPECTION f Garden Apartment, that we

to 11:30: '.m. Mon. Tu.... 40AvsbpansPadsALL'CflEDIT'$ Apt. CIIII MI 104112.toA. rear. Reatonable 2 2151 4 1 BR hornet en I 11th A.... ren build with tea well andlandtcanine Ii..t lilt Ave Parkway
SMALL MOTEL APTS.-NEAR r/ 3/11 tf'T'smisnni S*. between. tth 4 Sth St*. ; for 141000 Excellent PIn MI 35145

BEACN HAS EVERYTHING. ItV-Help Available Trail.. Storee For Rent priced from 114.100 te ,$00. flnan"ln.. Contact Bur.fon .
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OWNER BUILDING I.ARGER I bed 00. u'ilorn'sl', .
Commercial or Profettlonel WILLIAM B. STONE, l INC. "roe" 121 Ird Av* to Ml
MOTEL. EXCELLENT INCOME CARPS APARTMENT with' complete Builders I 2121 3/llthtlf 67-Apts. For Sale
for $l 17!! p.r mo See G. H.
Ml 27S2I. tiesire management sod ineln.tenance bOsSes bier beech end thup Luff. R. E. ',ok.r. 421 Ith. SO Tenth SI. N. Ml 1-1731
BY I HUNGRVFReetaurant
2/20tfatll of ettate or opt*. Couple Rnor.dA t.. SEASON Oft VAtilJ'ttYOu' St.. No.. Midway 22270.
available with, 'long expert- Ml I for ..1.. I17.0OO Nw I bedroom apt en GuM
ence and best of reference. Ml I --' : OR Aim 58-lots For Sale 15.000: down. Tom McBride. near Beach Club Hotel New
A GOLDEN 2-2032 3/I7.M JIM'S $UNOCO UNTIL YOU SEE 54-Trade or Sell Reeltor, 112 Perk SI. So. Ml ralrlgarator' Drape. included. .

WANTED: A couple or couples active retired by. Lifetime) Mufflers a..HIn. *. "".._I. dJttferontl Awetertront Lot label Shorea Convenient' empale me le sell myP r.rr.r.
for O..n.M..m."t 0' the ,college grad.Youngith Coop on Chesapeake Maple. Bowling Stock 'for air Location Price' '7I5 1150dn. apt. buIldIng with furniahm

B..utlful Bonuli, SprIngs SpaMot.l. Fl.12. WHite chauffeur'male,. nondrinker LIcento. Naples; FU.t : A... an Oyster '.Y. See It age, Lot. Mortgage etc. O.H David C. Jonet, Realtor, 151 See eny day el 112 7th Awe So. .
Etc.II.nt term. to the LUFF. R. I Broker: 411 .
today or eajl Burton Broa. toll Aye to Ml 2 Jt>,2 l/ltf

rughI Or.partue.Che*.. Gnau Contact- Wyman person.eIIy hour. Ex Short.Mar''"pay.. Reference for short t/IKH I.2121. After hour 2-3H7. l/5lf Sth St. N* Midway 22270.Lovlly For IwWod.d, : lot neerShedowlawn Sacrifice sal. IT c II' Com- COLLIER COUNTY NEWS II

2 2301 or writ P. O. Box 121 Box 1737 '8. VI7.lt Owner's etudio ef4WiiAvr : Pine Nitfg* I.bedroom. School, city water m.,...' .Id. en Rt II at Feb.RIver. ..
condo) 4 Sect Home, will exchenge' for downtown available, Eety Term Call IM' front 210' .IM'on
Compl. "I.hed. deep.
Florida. '
Bonite Springe Companion to .lady. Some nunIng Hydraulic Talliate InsIst 'for 2 Horn 111 Contact Q,
Days Stonecraft Apta. 3150 14th I.r." Midway 11112 or tee your water. Will accept any r.... Sunday. Marrh 22. 19<4ACID
3/22.51 experience.. Box 1737 E E. ton trued. Call Ml 2-U7. SI Ml 22712 rT. LUFF, R Broker. 42| broker enable. offer, Call owner. MI
or Ml I 4111.felficlonciet .
31 1/22.11 i'o. It" a... No. 2,537$. '
/ ,V* settle Eefate. Lot II. Sleek 3 41.. 2/2lwatl
'b...,. Extension.CARIBBEAN _
7-Dogs Cats Pets management end mamtananca K. pine Ridae'
of ettate. or apta. Couple LOOK HER Dey. Week, or 57 REALTY, I'M
MeetS IRIS For Sal.OC"'ON"'L.
availeble with 'long .. ., I.2102 or (Ml I.till.Furmehed MOTEL. ), Ml No Trail, Ml 20155. II 11 If 64-Waterfront Property
Regletered/ Miniature Schnauiar ence and bet of reference.. MI. '
puppiet. Call Ml 24543 or Ml .2032. 3117.1t Wondering where U f o bedroom. apertmnt 71.100' HomeSite I blocks VANNCC: LANDING
24303 3/1J.17.1I. It With your car problomi t huge livIng room, kitchenS bedroom house on Prick Wh,'. to beech Ills St No. 14,100 112 An causing, new welerfronlCoop ,
Factory Flnlah rlnl >ob* bath Ml 2-3491. 2/25tf men Blvd. North Neplet. 11,100 Tom McBride Reeltor, on Chesapeake Aye .
GIFT 23-Mitc. For Sale Park St. So. Ml 14444 2/ltt Oyster Bay From |7M IdIII
NICE EASTER Wreck DeftuUtTuAOup and you wl know where you .
000 See It today
Datchund pupa AKC R... 7 I bedroom furnithed apt. onImperiel csn spend cost wintsr, comfort.sbly. .
Broe. .
MAPS SIHxIlO' Multl family lot on I 113$ After hour
and femalae.
week River, Carport beet See this before you head
Champ stock. Immediate dehverv. City County Topo Fpost..... ....nmee4. dock. Available April I. $79per back to the frou.n North CARIBBEAN corner near tilt A.... 14500 2 IU' IHi'WATERFRONT

3/22 XEROX CopyIng Instantly Motor QvMMrfTr me Yearly laaae. Adults, REALTY, 1/50 No. Phone owner, Ml' 11711. 2/1 11 DREAMOVIRL000S

CAPLES BLUEPRINTING no pete Edyth McLaughlm" RioViste tr.,.. Ml 2 1151 2/2ltftf '"at I
nmle iw reilHUndorexmt .
113 Ith Ave So. MI 2152 ,
9FlowenP.ntsSeed.tocoroll' 3/lltf ....""' .... Estates. Bonite SprIngs.3lOll f''l;. "M >eece oT mind"le PORT ROYAL Lot 0 oUt Galleon DOCTOR PASS

Beeutiful custom kitchen' whet you buy with, thit 4 bed Drive, For Sale I One of THE MOORINGS finest
wood .
: room. 2 beth. CBS home. Completely Write O J. .
2121 lots
Herbert. Post waterfront Perfect site
eabmett. Never .low Air
used .
tree* to U n. Tie pric StokesFells. eond. efficiency and I furnished including' Hullit Hoed, Derien" ConnTV for Florid home
4 to I W. of 50.Over immediate delivery. Ml bdrm. eirts.. Near beach and washer. washing machIne' : your
per r.6oSI .. .. SDon't w*. H' ,lot "in canter
'i :"iz1'J 3/10tf x | high
ft. el wood. See I 1/20/H Pier. Sit IMrwr'H': .*. ova. ref carport .large utility of city" Only' "710. "..II the J. W. DYCHES REALTOR 'ares!
John. Pulling. Naples Reel Ea- room, solar tcreen/ed walk,
...* any further men at Imaprial". ImperialProperties. 11. 3rd St. South
tale E.ch.. .roc. M4 tlh Ave. Aqualung I hr. (tank regulator beautifully landtcaped grounds, 211 tlh. St So M'' 22412
So Ml 21111. want belt Ml SSI7.. 3/22.31 See ? I bedroom furnished. apttUS garden toolt. city" ....1.', andtawer JIll.
1l2tths.4512Help p., mo ennual, No .petsor Clota to school and Cleared lot 74 a ISO en wide .-
Top and bottom metal kitchen lufrajn CaevroUt, In*. smell children, ".... the chopping Immediate pottettion rand noiden Shores Full price WATEISPRONf"

cabinet with sink In good con.dition IM --r Ml t"IIMNaiWe men et Imperiel", Imperial For eppt cell CARIBBEAN : tWO 1100 dn |4I par me CONDOMINIUM
WantedNeed |tl 00 Wood cabinet: with *. Properties 2lt tth St. So. Ml I REALTY 3750 N. Trail, IPSO Sq ft. I ..d'.... GardenApertmenl
twit In oven and gas cook top i 2121 1/22 MI 24155. !/lf..tT iSo a 110 lots on SI Rd ..5.T..o..n 'luxurious appoint
: ....nt.. I II 000 will, finenr. P.
perfect condition $50 00 30 gal. bd,.... furnished with furnithad Drive. East Ptsples.
quellfled sales Kelp" .. ... O Box 1421 or F?.. t Itl7
gee water heeler excellent con 41 Trucks Tractex moo Iii Iii $11 p. one
a house 'In beck Will
...I.t In keeping .b,..., e4 the 1/lttnttf
dition. 12100. Ml' 2-4117 after .. OW", Mil JOlt lIl'w.A
many opportunities, pretentlngthemtelve 49-Houses For Rent pay for Itself el '4000, 1400 In.IsO
: pm. 311.20.22S Vie anew. Vau cangetaCMC mo Here ie en opportunity le own.
.. Muet ,. creative. you per nice. Sighs LOT in Naples.
lt 4 M-ton. pickup truck RUTH "01 It.ON. Broker ... entire itland in one of the
Long hour, Park, Vandarbilt Drive rv
..lr13io.'kT. rabbit pane 4 3' 0 I'p.rto".d for only 1171. LUFF. Opposite' courthouse on E Troll.. near moil aoughl after arias of the' ,
MtBrlde St. off. I 2' 4' .. .tt..Gu' RENTALSFURNISHED 101.. well on premises Owner is 0p
amgla LUFF OMC. tth St. Ml 22tM or Ml 21117 Northern Hemitphera Located
l/ltf cethtee
So. ill will tell for I'M
pen. Ml 14907.29Pfofestional. tmporery, leutlOll. I/It very lust three mii-t f,.,,, NertlisreEleulhars
Men or women wanted to do ;:/ MU; HOUSES ESTATE Trail ,In the Behem Islands .
PINE RIDGE 1750 No Tamiaiml
M.,,'. clothing APARTM C hIS Ih.. 'Itland surrounded
Iteration on it
Service J bd,.... 0 b" house. rI. room Ml way 2.ln59Acr.age .
H day only work on our lawn sod by protective reefe thue ef
everlooking lards
ii -ie Aaly Kepp'e Men'a TRUCKS UNFURNISHED. lake, landscaping In. fording one" of the '..oat '..ull'
= 7Sr Mn Ave. exVI8H I YEAR SEASON Cop.nslvo ful beachat and, her.bort .
Income: Tax *...*,?. prepare* Your Choice'$295.00W elude palm citrus" tropicallraes known 'fIt'. Island .IwO. ,its
by Max w..t_. former and thrubt Sprinkler 'Y"
rp.dMuOIOU--';;; ; ealas. $frnbuitant for Little River Tee tee ii. W. DYCHES. REALTOR tem well to well cerpeting inliving own Irish water supply and V I.P.-Cutt.y
T, Ch* New Five aero tracts I miles, from would be Ideal. for an delusive
$' Miami. room drapenet
for Fort Call
men Myer or.,alewomen... Mutt move Experience. .1110 S'Jf1 for appointment. Midway, Slew T. Yard Walk4flALL 1144 3rd ST '0. Mot point ....h.'. refrigerator City limits High and W'1f lied retort development Price 1/11:: Lartson ef Rlala' Sweden, gets

age no limit Apply .f Real fwele Office Ill lit IN KUNMING Ml 22412 and deepfreeia Laundry room, rood to eech trect per 1125.10000 VIP treatment at Stockholm
acre. Marlowe and Back Reeltor W Ray Smith Realtor
Memorial Gardene In \l N( afternoon or l/Btfs central heel Complete privacy -
Naples evening* CONDITION *. 413 SIlt Av S Ml I 1221. ... Se Ml 32119
Naples ':30. m. to 11:30: pm. WITH without" notation Just $17.00oftl' airport at ho waits for pn( ,
Modern two bedroom InomeiK 111 & 1/1
3/I '
Mon. Tuet. Wed Thura 1944 LICCNSe fCATfS ,.,.. Florida room Nicely furnished ;: di"tinctiv* property: to Egypt *
1/22,24 Everyone Read. The NEWS I REALTY. 37M NTreil 40 acrtt close In. Adjacent, *W- realizing a nhh
171 month te 71 ACRES WATERFRONT,
Your Choice $295.00 Only per Ml 21155. to .cc.,. roads and power '" mad '
en rchlng 100
I ..
uelified tenant Phone '" 3/l5ethtf ar e M mile .on water piecesI
II '00. Collier County Reel Ea- .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY OASSIFIEO DISPlAY FURNITURE FAIR 3/11 tffcoute late MI '.1.... Open. Sunday BeautiM, GulL een ground sInew- UU''per. -

end cottage for rent t .bedroom. 2 bath house In 3/llostf. eere, T.,..... CARIBBEAN DEATHSNEW
NO. TRAIL Month. yeer, 411 1 Oth Ave. So.: Royal, Harbor I yr newII1500. II acre edjeinmg Ceeenuf REALTY, I7M N. Trail. Ml

IH beth three bedroom llau',. I Cell Ml 1 27)M after Grove City wits 4 street. '..1... Ill YORK (AJ>)-Frederick
unfurnished with the exception ijo pm 1/22 2wk .
III. term *
CALL THE XBW9 FOR W carpet curtain, tteve and P. 0.o.. IIOS, r1 1'7''Y' Hudson Ecker, 06, honorary

:s I : t 1\n tl U BNT At'l RUBBER STAMPSOAltVHQ rafrlaoretor WATHINS. Annual 4 BARKAIIIt I l I.... I East bedroom of Kwik furnished ChiN on Souse 11th l/ISlf_ _ _ 65-Oen. Heal EstateBEACHFRONT board chairman and former

Mh Ave. So. T... Ml 2 5411 Ave 17700 Naples Reel EatateEich. For trailer or homeerte ever president of the Metropolitan
1/lltf Inc IM Ith Ave SoMl I acre .ci.. 2 lit acre I ecre LU. Insurance Co.. died FridayIn
Bedroorn Beach' ApV* *"' *.iriwfirjmio ',CO.d. fj9.t ; '.'113 2/l2tlhy4t tract with, electricity aH
a hospital. who lut
CWUY YEARLY: RENTAL roads Other big ocreege tr1cIs. LOT Ecker

: .'podl. lY| 5Q( ptirvri.ortth. .', .' UNFURNISHED t W,.... IHbelh 2 '_,m. furnithed, home and I 120 dn |2t per mo end' upCollier : Studded with tropical. tree aboauliful year completed 80 yean with
..,.. Ml 200'deep.
Real I. .t.
blunt County building
: t, residence SlOt .per ..... furnished apt for rent Metropolitan was born In Pho.
: .
+ Good
... ,... : : J. W. OYCHES twoS eteton Know" where you 2 lilt Open Sundays2lHwths Full price: .200.
\'' \ 1144 Ird St **. will spend nevt winter in Ne< Term nlcla, N.Y. lie began: his career

nt1J.N' tjtrSR'SUN! ; ;. : FON'SALE Ml t 2412 Diet 3750 N CARIBBEAN Trail. Ml 21155I REALTY. Ti* Ac7e"C"emp. Sli.ThUUT1 Between Tamtam M ACRES! Trail 0\ Gulf u an office boy at $4 a week

\' I/IS 2H acres I mile from Golden with creek threugh the and 40 later became
running years pros.
: L\A ;;';(rJ,,!S-\:
; : north of propeeed'
Gale I
: .ok.: ;: lOt' property. Will divide' In .It acre
'OO' ..''f" :, ..M69. : }l: ; r, ; ;. Ft Lauderdele, reed lift CASH. trade. 100 per ac,.. Good Ident of the company.
: ; W,.... I bath home IIO from Absolutely the, finest investment'speculation T., .. .
ModernNice tp.. t' ';. r. ;;:: ? b .! f k. I beach, Central heeling and, airend. in. Colder County LI' *I: LEDFORD: REALTYBenite -
Marlowe Beck Reeltvre
E. Broker.
and H LUFF. R Springs, Fl*. Ivan
''.,ra. f.a"t r 411 Out Ave. So. Ml I 2.1221. 'lltQ.. St No.: Mldwey227I Wy 33573 MOSCOW (APProf.) .
'm'f : : >
:" ." .' ." ,}: }.:':; ,::; :; JtMt Whet YeVye INn M1ioweI ": 2 .___ 11I1.1t _. ___ described Sarklzov.&tru1n1.u the 78 foundar, who TUB of

I! : I Leaking FDC.SUtf tarn uisTIac* lS medicinal physical culture In
--- Off.red I Services Offered died In Moe.
:' Services OfferedNU Services the Soviet Union,

hisiri: ,eleValiort. ,,' )l f.; ; :: :: 'J f ..., M ClU* Maduw. aseol.I.da.igae4: .=J cow, the official news agency
WAY SPRAY CO/ Spray Seawalla
pst AooidI04"www% Rip-Rap said Friday.

er', (O" .,, ,r !r.I ;. : P'{.. y"f... OO' 2-bedroom epertmeflt on _0.. Re,., .......... Painting, roof with Interlock for RENTALS
: : : gravel our tpeclalty
enf and Rock GroinsCreoeet
: second floor; attractively c. *beef. FREE ESTIMATES. Licensed Rollaway. Beby led.SeIO".d -

..' .,,;;' :}: :';" :':?::;':'\:':\ ':: ment furnished.call ownerMidway For appoint The Hilhevse Ce. Telephone 4 Insured 2-4504.Art-antwering Schulthoi: --,ssrvict Midway Cribs.. PorteCribsand HI..ChairtStrollers. I i piers' teewalla and) groins dock. of ROME Leeds,(AP formerly) The Sir 12th Francis Dike

:: Pobtia Storage I Ml. tef .1.. smell office, with sun< other needs for unexpectedfueet D Are, Godolphln Oabotne

1J ((6 (?J tu1tn'Ql..l1. Airport Ml on 2-4MI Red* Rd Cell epec'-and'311.receptionlet tervite CO.. The Friday duke after 79,suffering wa, British stroke mln.

:\ M'l4, .. Vic's= lH' i" REPAIR-="com. .Delivery.. 4 pickup torvlae 'i' Dredfft, Drafline later to the Vatican from It-St.
)o\6r.firth\ ( O, )
2.5969 piete Shoe Service Dyeing andrermtthing. THE HILHOUSE CO. I and Dosler Work 47 and bald the same office In

nl.I,... f'Jorida *. 121 Mh Av*.. So.Nepfe Rad e Read Ml 1-4MI I Alrpjrt Road MI ...$.. Washington from "11.3,.*

11 - T --nr- nnll -- -'" ... n J JT jlt.!! ..,4- / ., ," ,,"') tr, ,--' _.



Y' ,


Sunday, March 22. 1964


100th t HONEY GLAZED' sliced Irish Author,

STORE "" cannedhams i Dead At 41

1,, ; DUBLIN (AP) They
CElEBRATION ( mourned for him In Dublin
es pubs, In the theaters and In the
world of letters. They wondered
If they'd ever see the likes of
their beloved Borstal Boy again.
Cone; from their midst was
79 Brendan Behan, the rollicking
4.lb. 4 10-oz. $1 Irish playwright whose promts
can '' Ing career was cut tragically
00 ,. short by monumental bouts with
r the bottle.
00 0o Behan died In Meath Hospital
Friday night at the age of 41.
He had been In a coma for five

A p ?Zug ? days, regaining consciousnessonly
adze 7T4 P/rt brlefl). His doctors said he
I never had a chance.
SwifVi Premium SmokedBeef "Behan died from jaundiceand
diabetes, but the diabeteswas
eMARKETS4 of small consequence," saida
Tongue ib49 doctor. "The Jaundice came
/ from liver trouble."
Swifts Braumchweiger t or SandwichSpread The liver trouble came froma
'V lifetime of drinking. He was
ed r :41100 G'HAM 801.pkgi.. arrested for drunkenness In Ire.
2 6ge
land! Britain, Canada and the
t United States. In the last few
years, he was repeatedly hos.

t Ills capacity for drink was leg. t
endary. A bartender In New
down produce lane e York's Chelsea district recalled
Friday night he could consume
k 11 bottles of white wine at a sit
HUNT'S FAMOUS GA-RED BRAND ting. There was even a story
All Purpose Red BlissPOTATOES making the rounds In Dublin to.
day that a visitor smuggled a
tomato bottle of brand Into his hospital
cannedtomatoes room.
The Dublin Drama Festival
observed a minute of silence
after the audience was told! of
his death. At his home In Tor.
TO Ib. 39c catsup quay, England, another famous
bog Irish playwright, Sean O'Casey,
described Behan as amiable and
kind without any bitterness or
venom In his soul.A .
stout little man with a shock
14-oz. 1 303 of undisciplined hair, Behan

CLIP & REDEEM! bot Oc can lOc smiled absence easily of his and front revealed teeth. His the

talk, like his books and plays,
THESECOUPONS Limit 2 Par Customer With Purchases Of $3 Or Mon a' flowed with the lilting cadence

of Dublin's streets.
kk Born in the slums of north
Dublin, Behan was the son of a
house painter patriot and re. ,
celved an early Introduction Into
the anti-Brltlsh activities of the
450 EXTRA FREE Irish Republican Army. By the 4
age of 16, Behan was Jailed by
the British for a bombing In
Smooth or Crunchy Swift's Osrrr.
Green Liverpool. His reminiscences of
4,1 Stamps ., his three years In a British Bor.
Butter stal Institution for young offend.
e ers were vividly set down In his
O X'XIXTRA rX.IOO G REEN EFFECTIVE .BNi1 e 1908 autobiography, "Borstal
fRLlt \
STAMPS MON., TUES., WED. I ; 11 jar39C Boy."
J7l ;M.Na On his return to Ireland the
Green ; MARCH 23, 14, 25, 1964 shooting of a policeman; got hima
I4Allita., .,r. Breakfast Club Hamburger orHot 14.year Jail sentence but an
BRECK HAIR strmhPJ amnesty cut the term to 4'/j 1
reg. size Do' Buns years. Ills experiences Inspiredhis
...I... W.dr M.r first play "The Quare Fel.
low, the story of a prisoner
about to be hanged.DeGaulle .
2 reg. 39

O IXTR A"X"XI 0 0 pkgs.
Regular or Liver Flavor Red Heart (limit 4))

IJi Green White or Colored Ma real His Allies Must
Dog Food
le*IIL..r reg. 10

32-ox.CAPRI size stampJ Paper NapkinsBigR pkg. tall Accept PoliciesBASSE

...;,.. Wed4. M. CutGreen cane lOC TERRE, Guadeloupe
(AP) President Charles de ,
Beans IOeomIXTRAoor8O Gaulle says France's allies
can must reconcile themselves to I,
.:- dairy specials. French foreign policy initiatives ,
In two Friday De
a Jiffy Corn speeches( ,

Green St ; Muffin Mix S1/;: 0 Z' 10 Kraft's Cheese SpreadVelveeta Gaulle hold made to positions clear his he has Intentionto takenon
world affairs, despite fre.
.f M ilia! Mf.MA rod 0ejfCHeM n pkg. .
quent annoyance voiced partlc.ulari.
Tornew't Flavorful' Italian .
Ib. 89c J Nescafe limit 1 per customer with purchases of $3 or more 2lb. llu I. M French the United president States.came ;

emelree Wed4 Mach XSi IM4IOOOQOM0MMMMSI 89 here after a friendship visit to :
Instant Coffee 1'r 99 loaf5O51 Mexico. r
Oe Gaulle did not specifically
mention the United States, but
his words seemed to be directly
frozen foods
", aimed at Washington
"We are a great nation and +
.hi Green fA: : iJ' A $64-' RETAIL VALUEI I Morton's Plain or Powdered Sugar everyone recognizes It," De I"
.4.Aft*MMIM* Gaulle said. "This does not
Lucky Whip l Compact Light-Weight Donuts mean that we put ourselves In
9'/2-oi. stampJ I opposition to those who do not

...1... Wd can..... t Handsome High*Impact 3 18.tt. $I threaten who us are, and our In friends particularthose and

Caw with Record Holder pkg allies.

DUALARAMIC PARTYMA1 Stereophonic CartrIdgesomlXTRAm "It Is up to them to adapt f
themselves to this new and
(Plays Monaural, too) very
5 0 satisfying situation for u!- -
STEREOPHONIC Phom h Two 4-Inch O .ne>!1 French Independence. As soon
Jll Green (Karate Volume Controls) as they adapt to it and admit
that France too can take Inl.
%4."'1__ 4-Speed Automatic Changer tlatlves, take its own actions,
mucker* \ ((16, 33, 45,78 RPM) / have its own policies, there will
3 12-01. ] StampJ 1 r 1M no longer be a shadow betweenus
.- WMI.. ....... I and them."
: De Gaulle spoke In Gua.' .
JJhARKRfs loupe's two cities Polnte.A-Pl.
tre and Basse Terre His re.
EXTRA marks drew warm applause.

SO TREE O50 Scattered signs painted on
buildings and brief chanting during
JW( Green his Polnte.A.Pltrt speech
"gl"*'at your horn.bulrw" Thurt-
.4*All" eevae* day, March 1 12 and the<|OM of!bvtlncu Satur recalled however, that some of
day March U, 1964. Guadeloupe's 270,000 residents
SANKA 5.OZ. stampJ Cwcu the number ofl.IlybumrnlhiOSC.l WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE! favor autonomy or home rule.
jar apothatary |I.r.t th* GE Stereophonic' Phono'
...i,.* WMI. ". a r graph Duplay. H W, CLOUSER
a The clotett ettimete at each ubllii I will win th* rtprcttnunf I'MMETROPOLITAN'
CE Phonograph In the event of t...election' STORE HOURS lift

., will be made by en 1 Impartial third party of Mon. Thurs. INSURANCE. ... ...... COMPANY. .
: uda| Employee! of PublU, their Immediate I> 4 Mnr T *I* *>
150mEXTRAm o lamillei, and unmarried minor will./ not beeligible $:30.6:30 Life and Personal Accidentand
... to enter thl conteit.RIMIMIH Health Insurancer
men b emli.f te b"y. r.11 M.4be Friday O. Bern m Ml SIMS
J,1 Green t re""'t.wl."ch""lw..rwlll
rfA 61 le_tni ewcfceae elt / N ..I if..". 8:30: 9:00Saturday

4 reg. she 49c |QQ 713 Trail frontage
.. d 8:30: 7:00 $100,000
?.1. Wad ".rcll a1 a PUBLIX 100th store Celebration
cStS Q.Q] ONe AT IACNt UlllX MAnn 72 Acre Naples! Bay


born in March? heinz hemzcampside heinz hamburger heinz hot dog heinz strained zestbeauty en 5 acre Getei 1 mil$1,250.from OoJd-

time to renew tomato soup beans relish relish baby foods bar G. 11. Lltff :derA;:;

your tell I 303 1101lor. Hi.. ....n tail
19- 29 2 39-
drivers .licenses cent ten r., 29- 10 Jan 99 afar 421 9th St., No.

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SECTION B Sunday, March 22, 1964

1' 11 II l/
f CUft'V MAT-t*ITNAgIIt11f
Ill w. I 'J 11rrlW//NI I
r / IMM OL 0 MIfI: .... .. ... U m In In a, 1 Teen ClubsBy
:.tta l tt>s.
1aLIt10NIIfOa rU' I I Y 11IWN Ila M N 7
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NfwIi', /MN..I/ ... ........... _'. .*ivDtr*.,MW...!W...."
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\ .t.,; I: a"tltT. tq '/ '..' New-features Writer
i0 11Tl MIN{{ l I tt / 11 N -9: N tI WILTON, Conn. (AP)-Night clubs for younr people are burgeonIng -
I 1 I t : nnn arrows the country

1 t srll One such venture started here because t youngman rememberedhis
,w. 1 1 own teenage recreational needs
.. .
-. "There Is nothing to Interesl t t teen-agers here and that's why
/ ,:: : tN0 V C'"hit ..\\.U.1..L! they get into trouble," says Bob
..' M M N t II fi /, l11 1 .IN N "f 11 1 J ,JJ ..l

: --'I, "I, 'r';s. .r.'I I +Q.+.;.;,, '-' 1' t I .;...j,"uTI _(J> |I|_..Tj Peterson 23. "Many young people
." \ \ ... i t 1 I 1 --- I'.T| w-NOtf go to night clubs out of town and you have to go out of town
r M ha ID .,_ I \ '. ;. .; 't t ,It .
... ,I ./ '. -----,- .:. ;' .... ... .. .. ,' ... 't 1' -i .THH ,mnxNt* *o ,' .' l:1 ,,' .,C.......,., \ :' II. 't: .I. t .. .' "". .t ''','''' 110'OIfc did, and before you know it they a senior "My parents think this
Dow .,,"'"""r I .' I I. '' .., # .,'.. .'i'0\ | _--------.0.0.... .' are sipping beer or something Is great. My father used to say
r II A t. M
L. 0.0.
.' t f il So I thought, why not give them a that he'd start something like
11 -. "'rw ( _0 .. 'oJ .,',t i 'X" '._ *'*__, ..11 ..'"..
I night club of their own In townso this for us himself If he didn't
t. NAPI! [NAILII .. .;; .. 4 .. f,' 11: that they can enjoy a night have to commute"

\ 3 I- \.t .. .. $ + 4_ ,-; .. A out without any temptations?" The young moderns like the

''I "'-\.\...' A I i"' F ,,, .- \ t 1 .. .14 "''1.. ..' .. T "*11 1 N .. *.,..... r f'.1..,,' The Idea had already been tried club and the atmosphere but they

I 4 'I .S .. .. ,"J.. .. \,. 4 J.t .1 INIw./ 1 ,i .ii .1 and proven sound by hundreds going to take It In stride,

11,1 .. ... ,,, : .f *,:*,,*: : :\::. : of communities a/e
: I'' ---.. t.-r- _4./--7: : .. I .r f' i \ "says Nick Webster, 17, who feels
; 1 : ,. :. ;,4 ,; .
/ I NI' "It would be fun to go to the club
.. .. .. . .: RENTED HALL
: ; .. 'ooi ,
.. .. .
. .. t ,. .., .T ..... . ...... 'ill'l/'ll'u r..* .. Peterson met with high school maybe once a month, but I
.... ... M N
.. : .. ..,.'1 +, ....: .,.... ., . . : groups to organlre plans. They wouldn't care to go more often

.. ... + .. .. ... .. "1 .. ''':'' .. .. rented a meeting house, made It than that" Nick Is looking forward
'......-. 1 t .. .. !; ''' .. 11 Ir/l 'P"'N" to the afternoon
+ l .
Y ;,, 11 r ,.C, 4 11 h'N 1 ;, 'y1/NI+ ",1- 1N 1, r .N lltl" ; t '.0 It"' NIrl more Intimate by dangling 2,000 Sunday
I ... .. silver stars from the ceiling, jamborees when they can wear
). .',,, .. .. .. put red and white striped fabric casual clothes
t .. i i' ... ... .
::? } .4 at windows checkered cloths on Christy Mattoon 17, thinks the
:> I "' i Li .. .. rA
ree, / I N 4 : E t 4 tables painted a soda bar In red club Is "great," but that a canteen
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I and white stripes and they were Is necessary too.
l'- ".. .I".' "II .. In business, "We've started a canteen going

'"" 'T./' ... .. .I t "I think the parents got a big. and we're planning to bring In
t :: members next week. We've ratified
'" gar kick out of It than the young
N A 4y r. J re/I1 ( 1 h .. .. 'f .. T.'a'.rn. / 11 aM1/N1 u crowd. We Invited quite a few In A constitution, and we havea

.. .... .. .. .. ...,,:;-. to see the club before It opened" board of governors There are

1\ J !' .. .. Mr/.. .. wN 1...111 AW.,NNr1 Peterson says about 600 students In the high
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( r05505 COUN1v o aN.N r w1N mort recreation."
!J l I.- recent opening even though It
p.l.ma"9 .4r/e NI, ?Ar i I.a I \ coincided with a hootenanny, one

&f1' II 'I 'II !I t n.u of the rare teenage diversions Council AgendaThe
i 1 I \1 i 1 In the town.
agenda for Wednesday's

GROWING ROAD SYSTEM to serve ondary priorities: 1 and 2. Ping Churches To Hold LIMITED TO COUPLES Council 0 a.m. ,special Zoning meeting and Planning of City

Portuguese Hold expanding population in Collier County Road extension north from airport to First-nighter Susan Homer 18, Board, and Zoning Board of Ap..
ServiceOn liked the Id.a of limiting it toCouples
would grow some more, if fundsare Pine Ridge and on to Immokalee Road; peals will be as follows
"to keep out kids who I-Vacation of 19th Avenue
Angolo RevoltTo made available for various 3. Westward Good FridayThe ,
primaryand extension of Oil Well won't conform to rules" It's South (In re-zoning Board of Ap.

secondary road projects. Primary Road ,to Immokalee Road; 4. Contra annual citywide Good Friday treat too, she says, "that boys peals.Appeal).

Bush War highway priorities 1 1. four-laning' U.S. versial Rookery Bay Road. Minor pro the Service Filet Baptist will be Church conductedat this must wear ties and jackets and Zvcigns and other problems.The I

LUANDA Angola (AP-The 41 from Central Avenue to South jects with first priority are a welcome coming Friday, March 27, from gins must wear dresses or agenda for Wednesday's

bloody tribal uprising that erupt. Street (Pine Lanes) 2. four-laning U.S. station at Carnestown and a fisher.men's 12 noon until 3 p.m. skirts, no slacks." 10 a.m. special meeting of Council i
ed against white settlers In The "Seven Last Words" will "And everyone was so well with Parks and Recreation i
41 from South Street to Lee County walk for the Marco Island
northern Angola three years ago be presented by seven ministersof behaved" the mother of Boards will be as follow at
has subsided to a smoldering Line; 3. rebuilding and widening New. bridge. County commissioners will the Naples Association. Music says I-Dlscusslon of street name
bush war kept in aheak by market Road at Immokalee; 4. re give priority list to State Road Department will be provided by musicians Mike Dwyer 16, a sophomore changes end the proposed Flels.
50,000 Portuguecetroops, U.S. 41 from Belle Meade I from the participating churches. At least one member of each chmann: Park,
Farm boys recruited from building next Monday 1 I i "You are Invited to attend all; couple must be between 14 and 2-Other problems

Portugal and tough-looking Afrl. Road to Royal Palm Hammock Sec 1;. r : or any part of the extended ser. 18 years old. Soft drinks, French

can soldiers wearing splotched vice," a spokesman satd. fries, hamburgers and.hpt.dogn!
camouflage uniforms patrol the northeast ot Luanda, to Bessa Church.UI; be the speaker at available.'
aettlFra are The fee li .$I.BO
red dirt roads to the north, Montlero 170 miles north of Lu. Reverend Bargo" this year's service.Three The earliest onColorado' RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
making them sate at least for anda and Qulexe, 210 miles choirs are scheduledto Mesa Verdi I'w.blyarrlnd a couple,
daytime travel. northeast of the capital. sing at the early morning ter. shortly after the time of NOT TOO EXPENSIVE license f-
Together they have flushedout Trained and supplied by the To Preach At vice. One choir will be made up Christ end by 500 or 600 A.D. "That Isn't too much consider WRING YOUR
warriors of the rebellious Congo, they operate from a of elementary children from the they were building comfortablepit BIRTH MONTH
Bakongo tribe who once con. camp a short distance from Leo., Sunrise ServiceOne Lake Park and Shadowlawn hou !e. Ing It coats $1,25 for a movie

trolled areas within 40 miles of poldvllle with the blessings ol Schools, featuring over 100 young
the capital of Luanda. Premier Cynic Adoula. week from today at Gds voices. The Naples Senior High I
But trouble spots remain, and Leader of the rebels Is Holden a.m., the annual Easter Sunrise School choir will also appear on
oft the roads lie thick rain for. Roberto, 39, a slim, bearded, Service will be held in Caribbean the program, and a third choir rhea:
ests where Jungle-wise guerrll. Baptlst-tralned Bakongo who Gardens under the joint sponsor. will be made up of members S A L U T E-U.S. Ambassador
las can travel at will undetectedby wears dark glasses and conservative ship of the Naples Ministerial from the various churches part. e\\\ (011'ltt
the Portuguese.When business suits.EDUCATIONAL. Association and the Naples Jay. icipatlng. Henry Cabot Lodge, surprise'
the rebllllon exploded tees The Naples Jaycees will again winner In Nw Hampihlre COP

March IS, 1961, the Bakongos, FILM This annual event with the assist in parking cars at the Car. presidential' primary, salutes ai
armed with crude weapons CARSON CITY (AP) The audience seated on the hill-side dens, and plan to serve coffee and the band play national' an- QTttluttthus iap'NU-b
rampaged through Angola's rich movie schedule titled in the overlooking the Island altar has rolls following the service them it Hue, South Viet tam.I .
coffee plantations and white set. Nevada Stale Prison newspaper in the past attracted thousandsof .. '9
tlements, cutting down men, recently included "House of Churchgoers.The ::: :: :: : :!): : TRAVEL

women and children. Number," the story of a daring Rev. Ledles Bargo pas. I..... ,,' Read the ;\WanfvAd! I OHIO'S) OMEATKBT cvcnv EVENING
The Europeans soon struck tor of the East Naples .. ;: : 1-. ': HOME NeW APCR
back in no less bloody fashion prison etcape. Baptist .' .-......'..... .; ';:.,. '': .'.:< J.I.:,:;:, I SUN.. MARDI 15 1964 AND 5UNDAY t

slaughtering blacks Indlscrlml.
any Barrytnore. And they
Duck Vaudeville Main rent above ad libbing un i
"It was a good thing that the .
army finally arrived," a Ger. ARE YOU CHAINEDTO i expectedly.
man settler said "Otherwisethe CARIBBEAN GARDENS'
senseless butchery would Attraction at Gardens unique water bird showdidn't
have gone on until all the whites
occur over night nor
and blacks were dead." A BIG HOUSE AND YARD? by chance. It was four yean
,1 Most of the rebels are concen. NAPLES, "I.-There' a pearlng on the Ed Sullivan from the Initial Idea to the
trated In a rough triangle run. bit of ham In every Jiving Show In nationwide television .
first and
performance today;
nlng up from Ucua, 74 miles thing, but some of the greatest as well ai on several the vaudeville Is growing
TV networks
The easy, leisurely life of an apartment plus the privacyand and most unpredictable rapidly in favor and tarn
hams wear feathers here and IF YOU II.'VEN'T seen with young and old alike

convenience of a house can be yours in a spacious (on the road), and although Caribbean Gardens living Julius FleUchmann: of Cincinnati
they're unaware of it, com symbol of Toco the Toucan Ohio, and Naples,
MOBILE HOME.SEE prise the world's most un. Flora the Flower Pick In' who rescued the southwest

I ; usual show-duck vauderllle. Pekin Roscoe the King Retriever Florida beauty spot from the
Davey the Diver the wilderness and expanded It
4 GORGEOUS Pattern Swimming Geese Into 30 colorful acres, decided
MODELS NOW AT YOU CAN SEE this un. the ducks of Slide-Kelly Slide It would be natural to
usual show four times daily fame Piano Playing Pete. have a water bird show sine

NAPLES t A y at Caribbean Gardens and Waltzing Matilda or the Mistaken the Gardens feature the second

you may unexpectedly encounter Duckling, tffen you've t largest collection of wild
LAND it on television, for mIlled show which Is'
a water fowl In the United]
YACHT now the Gardens hat a road highly entertaining althoughthe States In addition to numerous
show troupe which scored a actors don't speak, some- tame aquatic species u
HOLLAND HARBOR big hit In New York City at times Ignore their cues, and well as other Don.w a te r
SALLEYINC. the Florida Show case ap- can be as temperamental is birds.

.I Southwest Florida's
Publicity Like This BUT HIS Idea was unique.
I Newest and Most t The show had to be pio
9af4 1o12 neered. Contacting "Animal
BEAUTIFULWATERFRONT Explains why more than 10,000
850 5th AVE. S. Behavior Enterprises" in Hot
NAPlES FLORIDAFurniture a' people a year' come to Naples Springs. A-k: a unique firm

MOBILE HOMECOMMUNITY especiallyto specializing in training of
heretofore considered "un-
see tralnable" birds and animals

City Water CARIBBEANGARDENS the question was posed:
Rugs Could water birds be trainedto
Paved Streets perform In a show

Gifts, Accessoriesand Complete Model Home Set-ups available NOWI10'12'20'MODELS a"r' 'ly ActutlInUrv'i Keller Breland. the Arkansas
d'art Central I Sewage psychologist whose specialty
4 % is animal i behavior
not to be foundelsewhere. Waterfront Lots tail he thought It could be

One Bedroom, One Bath done although admittinghe'd
With Seawall is// never tried to train wild
$5800 to $10,500DRIVE
Two Bedrooms, Bath and a half 1.
e e e w water fowl But he was will.
Marina ing to try
Visit our furnished model Swimming Pool EXPERIMENTAL WORK

apartments at Carriage showed that ducks and geese
Club La Tour Rivage and Recreation Take U.S. 41 East to Southern Gas Station, Turn South on Palm Street to Er>d. could be trained and organization :
r of the show was be.
Yankee's Landing. Hall and NAPLES PALM LAKE g-jn. Depending upon rewards .

MEMBER OF Facilities ",. LAND HARBOR MOBILE HOME SALES the rather ducks than and punishment geese.

AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF An"'*>.| Moorhvad. l Healer were taught to perform various .
28.1 Paint Mt. Ml 2-UU Jill E Tamlami. Tr. Ml -ZM acts. If they do them
properly, they collect a re

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 22: Wl... &|,it/t>prun{ the Norwegian/ ar. Recreation 7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class.
'hll'elalta north of the Scandinavian Gambler Park.
Norwegians Make The 11-man party, nuking to taalnland, or the Soviet WEDNESDAY I
become the first expedition to Union's Severnaya Zemlya Is. Calendar I 2 p.ra.i Senior Citizens ghnf.fleboard .
600 Mile Trek On jA over the top of the world on land off the Siberian coast be. Gambler Park.
foot, pushed off Thursday from t\\een the Kara and Laptev MONDAY THURSDAY n
Foot To Pole their base ramp near Alert on .
seas. 1 p.m.-Senior Citizens meet. 4 p.m. Intermediate tennis
OTTAWA (AP-eiorn Stall> the northern tip of Ellesmere Is. class. Cairibler Park.' ---
The officials said the original Inf Woman's Club.
and a band of Norwegian adventurers .. land, Canada's most northerly
plan called for Staib to malt 1:30 p.m.-Adult tennis class, FRIDAY
have started an overland land mass. the traverse In 10 weeks. No beginner Gambler Park. 9:30 a.m. Adult tennis class.
dash to the North Pol", After the 600-mlle trip to the shu!. Cambler Park.
estl. 2 p.m.-Senlor Citizens
will total an
Affairs Deartment .. North Pole thev.liot to go on This trip .
Canada's Northern
1 Senior Citizens
mated 1.5&0 miles If completed. fie board Cambler Park. p.m. bowl.
across the top of the world to
reported Friday. .
1 4 p.m Beginner tennis class ing Brookside Bowl.
Cambler Park.
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1 p.m. Senior Citizens bowl. RENEW YOUR _
OPEN ,,, "- Inr Brookride Bowl DRIVER'S LICENSE
: Noon 'til DarkChampionship ; -. ;' 4 p.m. Advanced tennis class DURING YOUR
t : Gambler Park. '
Layout '


Wedge Drive Overlooking

The Golf CourseA
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floor plan that provide for every family need and pleasure. a
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Screened porch directly off the living room, reached through a FINISHING TOUCHES are being put custom houses in The Moorings will
on the new building to house the of. also have offices in the building. When

beautiful, caty-operating sliding glass wall. Centrally located kit. faces of The Moorings Development landscaping, is completed it will enhance
Company at 2829 North Tamiaml Trail. the attractiveness of the north FROM NAPLES FLOWERS

chen, for service to the family room, breakfast bar, and the dining Superior Gardens a landscaping firm, approach to the city. (NEWS photo) n\1
and Homili Homes, Inc. builders of
of custom homes In The Moor. lal homes and homesltes.
ings. "We opened the golf course t' *Springy
Moorings'New H. Milton Link, president of Sept. IS, 1963 and two-thirds of '
Owner' suite i II completely separate and private. Both the The Moorings Development Co. the homesltes surrounding It have y } Arrangements Y
and the two associate firms, been sold already, a do ten homes
y1 ill. said the new building will cover built and more under construe
ether Iwo bedrooms haveicorner exposure for light and air. Two Office almost 5,000 square feet of space. tlon"hesald."In addltlon.water-
"Our operations have been front property has been selling
full tile bathroom Central reverse cycle conditioning and growing steadily, and we expectour exceptionally well, to the point *Corsages
growth to continue on the where we have had to start deve.
Nearly DoneA same level as It has over the loping the next unit."
heating Disposal in kitchen. Large two car enclosed garage. This past five years,"said Link "The The next "unit" comprises S$ ftSFVb
1 new building triples our pre. 160 acres opposite golf course ? & j& *3ood
new building enhancing the vious office space and gives us west of Crayton Road to the Gulf *
home Contains 2,276 feet of area. approach to Naples from the ample room for present opera. Marathon Dredging Co.currentlyhas ;' S. xQ Selection of
North Is The Moorings Devel. tlons and some additional room draglines and bulldozers doing Potted
Only $28,500. opment Company's new office for expansion." preliminary work, and their
building at 2829 North Tamiaml Architect for the new building dredge will be on the site the lat. Plants
Trail. Is Richard W. Morris, AIA, and ter part of April. Link estimatedIt
WESLEY G. The colonial front of the build the builder was HoMILI Homes, will be nine to twelve months
:: 706 5th Avenue, South. Across from Ing Is faced with marble block, one of the firms which will occu. before development will be com.
First National Hank In Naples, "'I.. white concrete pillars and block py it. Link predicted the current pleted. The Moorings also re. NATIONWIDE WIRE SERVICE
D OW N] N G marble entrance. In addition to 196344 season will be "the best cently acquired the next 300 ac.
the Moorings Development Co. year for sales we have exper. res Immediately north of the city
offices, the new building will lenced In our six years in Nap. limits adjacent to its present de. TtafiteA FLOWERS
Ph. MI 2.2179 also house offices for Superior Ie." and credited The Moorings velopment. No plans for Its de.
Realtor GardcnsInc.a landscaping firm have been made at this
Country Club section as the sti. velopment
506 9th St., N. (North Trail) Phone MI 2-5559
and IloMiU homes Inc.,builders mutant for the sale of resident. time, Link said.

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DOLLAR BAY ACREAGE. 650 acres with mile, by water, from beautiful Port Royal.

one mile of frontage on the Inland Water. Easy access to the Gulf of Mexico by boat

way. Ideally located, partially within the through Gordon Pass An outstanding opportunity .

city limits of thriving Naples and one-half at $1500 per acre. .. Lovely home, directly on Ridge Lake, of
Cypress frame construction. This modern

.*" t". type home has three bedrooms, two baths Thls home will| be sold f for new low price
; '. and central heating. A beautifully land. of $29,500 unfurnished for
soaped lot with palms and pines, end a appliaCel' Call now for except kitchen
BAHAMA CLUB APTDRASTICALLY REDUCED needed complete sprinkler system Is ready when see this lovely home on appointment to

3 Bedroom
on First Floor 2 Bedroom 2 Bath

Completely Furnished) Bahama Club Apartment We Need

Price Drastically Reduced $32,500.00 0

To $44,000.00 Including Draperies & Rugs all. jca/u/ s ListingsQ

.,. 0 : "w l? Have Buyers

....,. (Pil' P Henry B. Watkins Jr. & AI 8arkau WaltmgJIc
A' Registered. Real Estate Brokers =
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Store For Rent ASSOCIATES: Mr,. ColonelI Bulc.u
; M.gnu
Off Trail. 4000 ft. Floor Brinkman, Mrs. Peggy Burns,
Mr Hoffman
L Space. $250 Per bio J Newton lowe, and Nick WaUifttlord.


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and the rt'aJ\\'ay become too hot DeGaulle Visit republic seem to retard sucha Latin America in imple termsto Sunday March 22. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 35gentlna
off-beat travel topics for human foot at least for visit M the new hemisphericstatus join France "hand in hand"
the tourist's foot. You pass Status Symbol symbol toward a world undergoing a Brazil, Chile, Uruguay f'Tto* Latin-American countries
t old "If De Gaulle goes to a par. "complete transformation." and Peru. t fktt'et on De Gaulle's visiting
men, barefoot(
trudge WASHINGTON (AP) Virtu. ttcular country it has to mean His visit to Mexico has been "We will be glad to have this 1ST-"are almost scrambling to
h ing under enormous bundles of ally all the Latln.Amerlcan that country is Important Impressive.Now formidable leader of France," get on _It.IDlrt.
M ?tfki/ tlomd firewood and grass for their countries would welcome a visitb enough for him to come from the French leader has a Peruvian diplomat said He
{,/ livestock. sweat glosses their >' France's President Charlesde Paris to visit," was the way one chosen September the south recalled that Peru's cultural
mahogany-colored skin blurs Gaulle a survey of the Lat. Latin.American diplomat put it. ern hemisphere's spring-for a bonds with France have been fOUl
their rhumy old eyes and drops in. American embassies here While questions have arisen visit to the countries which close and that President Fernando DIIVU'S LICENSE ,.
down to the sizzling pavement. ahowed today. over U.S. policy toward Latin with Mexico, are among the Belaunde attended schoolIn /MJIJNt YOU YMTN
By Anne 1. Bowes They trudge on without a side- in tact, some of the American America, De Gaulle has invited leaders of Latin America Ar. Paris MONTH
ward look.

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Suddenly a road runner

streaks free-ranging.across emaciated the pavement cows SIMPLY I!

amble along the shoulder. '
Bright yellow flowering trees II
nod in a whlsp of breeze. '
s (From their flowers is made
white I
"stabentun a potent
I liqueur which tastes like anisette. BEAUTIFUL
.) In the distance, small blue
hills throw a crazy patch-work "
silhouette against the sweepof
sky. You are almost there
Hacienda Uxmal stands at the
entrance to the archeological
ruins and offer* the finest of ( ':i.

accommodations It is spot-
lessly clean, quiet artistically ,
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furnished and serves fine ,
meals. Much of the furn- 'y ,
THE ENTRANCE to Uxmal Archeological Site Iuds iture and tile work is antique .

I you past the Temple of the Wizard which sheers up colonial Spanish. A
at an Impressive 45-degree angle jade green pool\ and cool

__ n_ gardens are a relief to the
traveller and an attraction for
the birds.
The temples and pyramids of I
Uxmal are best seen In early TTLr.
morning or late afternoon when
shadows provide better photography
k and a respite from heat.
My first visit to the ruins
started at S p.m. and lasted
'til after dark. I was so over-
whelmed by the buildings that
I forgot the closing hour and 5i ;: 9trc
stayed on alone to watch sun-
set fall over the dead city. I
1 ( N d { The Temple of the Wizard look-
U' ed like the highest ruin so 1

clambored up 54 Incrediblysteep ,, "
I steps still hot from the ;., t
; ) sun and arrived panting at ,.
..:' .. ... .. the top. In the doorway of the fJ\} ...
fIIIIft: -... 1J',1'1 .)C---.t, ,- ..... ....,--:1 '1Q Temple chamber I sat, gazingover .'\, ';'
CLOSE-UP of the marvelous stone-work In Uxmal. the ruins like high priest.

I j Soft limestone was hand-cut without the benefit of A gorgeous sunset shaded from
metal toolsl! Note serpent design which runs across fiery orange to citron pale
I the frieze. green blue Into the purple
f night where blazed a million
stars. The ancient Mayan
\ priests had studied these stars
The CARMEL"Simply
I II until they knew their every position -
I 4 planets the exact date
of the equinoxes the solsticesand Beautiful; that's what most people say when they see the Carmel,
the North star. It gave mea
deep feeling of humblenessto winner of the coveted McCall'i f : Congress on Better Living Award for 1963.

know wise men had amassed On entering: the Carmel the large living room and immense glass wall leading \ "
such 1000 ,,
knowledge years ago .
without telescopes or micro- to the screened lanai combine to give you a breathtaking view, Three bedrooms, : :
scopes I In fact, without metal ; .
the wheel or any beast of bur- two baths with separate owners suite in its own wing of the house, containing
I den! ...'... bath and walk-in closet
I a completely private huge The other two bedrooms, ,
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Y FINE CARVINGSNext '. each with an extra-large bi.fold door closet, are coiueiuent to tho centralized( ; 1 i f' IJ t al )j
morning the ruins
seemed equally as impressivewith family bath. Fifteen feet of sliding glass wall leads to the huge 24.foot screened

their fine stone carvings. patio. Living-dining room combines with the screened porch to make full use 11,
The House of Governors con- "
sists of more than 20,000hand- of indoor-outdoor living pleasure. The kitchen features the best in brand-name 11': .' ,
cut pieces. The Quad-
I HOUSE of the Governors stands on an open, grassy rangle has intriguingly Nunnery dark products such as Coronet Cabinets, deluxe rango and built-in oven, and

plain in the ruins of Uxmal chambers surrounding a cere- Formica countertops, Only $14,99Q on your lot. Drive out and see the beautiful
monial courtyard. Our guide "
Another Mayan ruin of exqui deur. If it stood on its artificial explained the history and use Carmel and other Rutenberg models, the two bedroom two bath Laurel forll,990two I
site grandeur is Uxmal an terrace in Hyde Parkor of each
ancient city about 45 miles from the Garden of the Tulller- through the building site as we prowled $ bedroom, two bath Somerset, $13,990 and the four bedroom, three
Merida. Yucatan. Its stone les, it would form a new or- More >"'
work and symmet Impress the der. not unworthy to stand partially-restored rugged side-trips ruins can also to- bath Riviera, $17,990, land.1 costs additional All Hntenberg( Homes lire open

visitor In a different manner side by side with the remainsof be made from Uxmal to 1 Ka- \" daily for your convenience.
from the ruins of Chlchen Itza. Egyptian Grecian and Roman bah, Labna and Sayil. Each requires !.
While the latter are bold and art." a full day In the field 4,> n MODEL HOMES OPEN 117.EKIAYS UNTIL 9 P.M.
powerful in design the former Uxmal stands among the Puuc and use of a jeep. Arrange- A :",;, ,i/: ;,,! ,y .j I II
appear as Stephens (the famous Hills, a region of crumpled ments can be made through ,,,\' ,/lb.:
explorer archeologist ) described curvy terrain about 600 feet Barbachano's Travel Servicein "IT'j
above sea-level.When you leave Merida Yucatan. '
"There Is no rudeness or Merida by care It seems the L. ,. ...'I' : '
barbarity in the design or pro landscape will stretch away for- Three or four cents ago ,: "
portions; on the contrary the ever in flat, scrubbymonotony.The Watutit wandered southward in .. "
whole wears an air of archi- afternoonsunstrlkessharp Africa, probably from Ethiopia or _.__ .
tectural symmetry and gran- shadows across the sisal fields Egypt. _-II (r, ''''
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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 21 1 I'M
... QueryWho's Running Show? |
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NO AGAINST HIGH ODDS the art works for ...il* fir -. Furniture Never Looked Like ThisBy

60( NEW YORK APT) w CChi.. Perez paid, th.n ailed t'r i"
n .e. pal-tings worth E1o0 were As India's Problems Mount
F police\ Diaz was rrp.-.d r i JEAN STRAIN' WILSON
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stolen from the apartment of - -- -
after and eJurfrHwitr rinlrii\ NFW YORK ( I IM) -The not 1>1 -- Does the spokesman havJ
OTl NEW DELHI, India (AP) -
Francisco Peru TWoeSay.later,
and i receiving stolen prM arts. absolutely-new' t"'hlllq'll''i In acquiring \i' With India's problems mount. Nehru's backing? Is Nehru nodi
venturland Peru, 25, and his wife, Esther, The odd against omeonefed a rhlr wardrobe ttauth f r ; log, no one In New Delhi seems ding in agreement? Frowning irl
23, were walking on the street ., of answering the big' disapproval? |
dUne back stolen goo<1 to their poor U by cutting up th table capable
Canal near their Manhattan home when arrtm gent question facing the govern In such ways the capital trle-J
original I owner are 8 trillim tt linen stitching\ up the bedspreads
man, later' Identified as Hector j"THREE ment today Who's running the to determine how the govern]
1 In this rltv of 8 million Inhabl- and draping the draperlev mental winds of decision ]
or in
Diaz, 31, approached them with store?
tants \ 1'h A leadership vacuum has developed decision- re drifting.
their stolen paintings and offered It is It is fact of Indian
In ripping away the curtains in India's capital political
of Old Tara and stitching up a potentially more dangerous than life that no politician carl\
the un immediately fol. flower, no leadership comblnaJ
Rhett bait that fictional % cu a. one
costume A'kt
lowed Prime Minister Nehru'aserious Lion can nourish in Nehru'shadowend
There's Nothing Like It In Naples Southern temptress Scarlet ,. Illness. he has cast a blfl
C O'Hara may have started the v Hazy !lines of governmental shadow as the nation's onljl)
whole thing 'ti authority established after Neh. prime minister in 17 years off

More than 100 years later, the ru suffered a stroke Jan. 7 have Independence.WIth I
VffiageGreel1"WHERE ; been blurred even more since Nehru in a sickbed I
National Society for Industrial his partial recovery. He Is not many Indians were genuine!))I
Designers has now put Its stamp physically able to run the store surprised to see other potential!!
of approval on this sort of thing himself but is fit enough so it leaders among the men who!

THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" by inviting the couturiers to invade is impossible for any one of his had followed In Nehru's foot I
their field. subordinates to do the job. steps for so many years Some!
decisions of the Congress party I
As a result, important men
A New Community of Cooperative Big fashion designers perusedthe are delayed and on at around Nehru began to assert!
luxurious materials by the least two major foreign policy their 'Ideas. I
Garden Apartments for Adults {
I bolts, took home the bedding and issues India apparently Is wIth. Then, Nehru's health 1m.I
j! Only-Prices Start at $7,200 the lace under the family sliver o out meaningful, constructive dl. proved enough to enable him to I
his seat In
I resume Parliament,
and went to work with their needles
II In Parliament, all eyes dart and occasionally appear at pub.
I and pins.Rec.ntly from the minister who Is act. lie functions.One .
!j their Inspirationswere 0. log as government spokesmanto effect was an Immediate
i INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED. upholstered onto socialites, ..c Nehru, sitting hunched over downgrading of the men who]
I in his front row bench. had moved In while he was ill. I
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM celebrities, and their favorite

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SLIP-COVERED BEAUTIES...John Moore designed the fish-talled creation at left fnnette c. Wi"" ?e alt
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WEEKDAYS 10 5 P.M. from iridescent lime silk upholstery. Fontayne herself (center) models her design made
but the home furnIsh.
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. from embroidered blue satin home furnishings fabric Couturier Norman Norell chose
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Sunday[ March 22. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3B

Big Day In The MakingFor NASA Has Charter Seeking ; It |I'.)i To Advertise Everyone Read The NEWS

U.S. Preeminence In SpaceWASHINGTON I

lAP) The fled to Improve' design after Thanks Again For
Coast Guard Flotilla National Aeronautics. and Space each lam'h and m the b.sur. !
Administration his a charter new litft rmattcn.
from Congress calling for esUb.llshment to
This additional\ work came OfConfidence
t l"Y" SAM ENGLAND! of V.S. preeminence $70 million\ and cost overruns The Vote

Ceremonies to dedicate a ...' in space. came to $50 million.
: ..'
'; ;' To reach this goal NASA1'111 The Western Electric Co.,
permanent headquarters will
have the spending of something signed a $33.million to
mark an improtanc date in the between $35 and $50: billion in provide the Project Mercury
13-year old history of the Naples 'f'., the decade 1960.70. tracking and ground ln trum.?n.
Flotilla of the U. S. Coast Whether the space agency b I tatlon svsteim.
Guard Auxiliary. The cere- i" exercising wisdom and foreslgl NSasked for additional
monies will be held In the near in the spending of such vast work amounting to $20.7 million. .. from the Democratic Party
future. rt sums Is a matter of consider The cost overruns came to $1::1.2
Nearing completion Is a 30 } c able debate in and out of Con. million. ai manifested by no oppositionto
by 60 foot building located at r gress In discussing contract procedures my candidacy from Its ranks.
t dri The experiences to d.Ate-i'lus the Senate *
T generallbefore
the foot; of Broad Avenue on .that,
--.... congressional reaction to them Space Committee, Sen. Stu.
Naples the Old Cove
Bay near -undoubtedly! will influence thectpe art mlngton, D-Mo. said "As *
Yachtel. It is on land leased
and direction the spaceprograms everrhully knows some of these
from the city under a l-per- take In 196and companies. have deliberate! I solicit the vote and sup.

year arrangement extendingover thereafter quoted tens If not hundreds of port of ALL citizens of Collier
a 10-year period with option A tendency to give NASA less millions below cost in order to
to renew. than it asks has already. ape get contracts, knowing that aft County,
The building designed by Ralph peared. Congress cut the agen er they do that, and once the)'
and William Zimmerman cy's budget request for fiscal have the (contract there wlU *
Is of Polynesian architecture, 1964 by $600 million to $S.l prl1bal,1)(1) \ a minimum of

and will cost about $9,000, exclusive billion 10,000 engineering changes."

of furnishings. About NEARING COMPLETION Is the new at the foot :of Broad Avenue, South, formed Since In the 1958 space out agency of the was old M FROM LITTLE Margaret T. ScottCLERK

half of the building costs have home of the Naples Flotilla of the The view is from the Bay looking northwest National Advisory Committee

been and contributed friends.Construction by members U.S, Coast Guard Auxiliary The new toward the Gulf See story. Jot scientific Astronautics achievements, its impressive and 1JL SPARKS. OF THE CIRCUIT COURTPd.

$9,000 headquarters is on Naples Bay (NEWS photo)
of the building plans have been widely r >- % ?
has been ported.
supervised by Frank
Clayton, who has been a drivIng Relatively little has been told %*FIRES GROW!
about how NASA Its
spends ---- --
force In bringing about Naples' a
+ tt money and whether the agency
first Search and Rescue
t r.JG receives a dollar's worth of
Station of the U. S.CoastGuard
goods and services for each
Auxiliary. E. Cope Smith has dollar spent
been chairman of the Building The House Committee on Sconce
Committee. and Astronautics has as- J.aI1t(1WjhM(

\ sembled figures which show
FINANCING that between July 1. 1901, and
Financing of the new head- March 31, 1963, NASA awarded
quarters Is managed through an 68 contracts involving more
organization known as Flotilla e than $:& million each.
r 40 ot these
During period
Inc., a separate entity from the contracts were renegotiated and 955 Fifth Ave. So. Naples
Naples Flotilla of the U.S.Coast 1 the amount of work to bo done
Guard Auxiliary This Is a requirement for NASA was expanded about LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED
of the U.S. CoastGuard -, : $900 million

Members and friendsare c; In awarding the Initial con. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
contributing to the cost,anda tracts NASA says it fully real.
spokesman said:"We are bad- i q Iced that the work would have 11.00: A.M. To 2:15 P.M.
' ly In need of additional friendsto a ii: to be expanded and the original
pay building costs and to contracts were Just to finance a
furnish the headquarters. start. N0. 2
There were "cost overruns"on NO. 1
It will serve as a place for OVEN FRIED CHICKEN (tl4l
19 of the contracts and they FRESH SHRIMP SALAD sane
Mith.d Potato! Siring
central of search, rescue Craekrt Buttr lcd T.a .
Roll Bult.r lead Col
added about $200 million to the .,
.. ., Coll Limon or Llm Ad. .. _
l and radio equipment.a place : - --" chocolate, Vanilla, Bread Pudding I ; Lemon. Vanilla or Lim, Broad Ad.Pud
for the Flotilla members to Welch E, C Smith E. F. bill.A or Plain JlloVEGETABLE, orate ,
COAST GUARD AUXILIARY membersare row I-r)1) A. "cost overrun" involves ex. cling "n Jllo
hold meetings, classes of Instruction eagerly looking forward to the Shaner, D. L. Smith and G. B. Cham- pens l beyond the initial esti- 72c 97c
examina- mate the contractors. All
tions, and many courtesy other activities time when they can move into new pion; (back row I-r) R. Plecity, R. H. NASA's by major contracts are on

conducted and sponsoredby permanent headquarters. Shown Carlson, Margaret Welch and Capt. a cost plus fixed fee basis.A .
the Pond (NEWS photo) classic example of what can
organization. checking work progress on the building W M. NO. 3
In addition, the new head- happen when costs exceed estimates NO. 4
now nearing completion are: (first and when NASA changesits PLATE CUP Of
will make and
quarters boating Choice of lour v.i.tabla.I -- Roll A""o 10'.I:
mind on engineering require Carrot '
fishing In the Naples area safer, communications students In the 1964 (In the 0' Corn Stick., Bult.r Ic.d Ado I'ad' S.llm.i Butler -
quarters were To promote efficiency menta la the NASA contractI Tot Coll Limon or Limo Icod Ta, Coll., Limon Limo
more attractive and enjoyableto equipment and other facilities classes. operation of motorboats altyachts I with McDonnell Aircraft Corp., Chocolate or Plain. Vanilla Jllo Brad Pudling Ad* Chocol.t. Vanilla or. Bread
the tourists and winter centrally located the auxiliary In addition the auxiliary offers ; of St. Louis for the production Pudding or Plain Jells
guests a spokesman said. will function more efficiently.All courtesy boat examina- of Project Mercury space cap. 82c 6Ocr
Many members have placed services of the "To foster awlderknowledge sulea.i .
auxiliary tions to private boat owners.
facilities ?.. and better compliance with, Initial lG.5 million COntract
their boats and radio without The $ -
performed charge. Boats this "'
are examination
passing the Jaw: rules Band 01 I
at the disposal of the Coast regulations I called for production of Six
The sole source of Income for. are' awarded the "CME" decal the ) .
governing dperatlon of a single
Guard In and In apace capsules
emergencies the been
0 organization yearly attesting that the boat and Its of motorboats and and
the past years numerous boats dues received from the equipment meet specified sign.Ultimately NASA decided It
and crews have been assistedor "To facilitate other opera-
membership. standards.Flotilla
safety mem- needed 20 capsules and they
towed to safety by the search Among Its principal activi- bers also counsel with boat tions of the Coast Guard." should be progressively modi.
and rescue efforts of the Naples ties is the promotion of safe owners on matters of water ---

Flotilla. boating through public instruc- safety and boating problems.
- These services have been tion courses conducted by E.
rendered from the homes and Cope Smith. There are two OBJECTIVESAn RENT

offices of auxiliary members courses the basic course of act of Congress createdthe with to
option buyf
with the assistance of local eight weeks and an advanced Coast Guard Auxiliary to ....
government agencies and course of about 16 weeks of aid boatmen. Its objects are:
sometimes under dlfflcul cir- "Basic Seaman- "To and effect
in -
Instruction promote safety ...I ,' .
cumstances. ship and Safe Boat Handling." rescues on and over the ".

MORE EFFICIENTNow In 1963 about 80 were enrolledIn high seas and on navigable waters r 'J: yi

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. 28 8t 6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 22, 1961 1 1I
Use Of Computer Increases ,;
STRAWBERRY ICE dioxide gas whi<-h 'lnhiH.lt.
of fruit- ..troyin. moldsby
The frigid
<(< of ice, -110 degree excluding oxygen necessaryfor I
temperature dry
6F r Fahrenheit. make it their growth About U5 worthof Daily In Military BranchesSTRATEGIC
valuable for refrigerating perith- dry Ice protects a 5,000 ship
ment of strawberries
able foods but that isn't why It .
IN la toed to keep California straw AIR COMMAND: Wlu could have done It In mand at L, C. Hanscom Field,
'Ie< berries fresh on 3,000-mile trips HEADQUARTERS, Omaha, longhand?" asks Lt, Col. H. T. Mass.
to the Feat Coaat, say Cardox. RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Neb. (AP-Behlnd ever thun.derlng Gru!\.ln, with a grin. Col Crusln "We art on the verge of a
Division of Chemstron Corp. LICENSE ,' l' t blastoff Is the soft whir Is one of the human links be. revolution In electronic data
> 'te, Chunks of the ice packed into DURING YOUR ',,' of computers. tween computers and U.S mil. processing that may Influencethe
.",; theberryloadedboxcars vaporizer 0-, Without them there would be Itary missiles, course of the civilization In
Into odorless nontoxic BIRTH MONTH -f the 20th century as profound!)
carbon missile do far more
'''u'' ",."._"'.NAW.'. .'..... ...w.........,. no ..... .._age. .,- ... Computers as the industrial revolution affected .
1'ry :li' "> .., .. than mlssllemen's brief generals mathematics.They and pay it in the 19th," says MaJ.
.I. Gen. Keith K. Compton, Stra
privates, plot trajectories and
: JJ1cJVc h0I5 cArt guide Jet pilots, warn of attack tegic Air Command chief of
;al/crll and play war games. Their staff
( uses and their numbersin.. It takes a human crew threeto ... .. .
six hours out the
almost dally. to lay night -
wants rims' eat sauear "In 1951," MaJ. Gen C. H. plan for a Jet bomber mission "IN HER EASTER BONNET" Ladiesof petition, at the weekly meeting of
PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS Terhune Jr reported recently, A computer can do it in half a held Wednesday noon at the
fl. Rotary
the Lions Club
second.A auxiliary paraded
"there was one digital computerIn Hotel
"; Original paintings by recognized artist. use within the federal gov. computer makes light workof before members of the Rotary Club, Naples Beach McGrath
plotting missile ( photo)
ernment. At the opening of a trajectoryand who acted as judges and chose the
that Include 8 million
business last July 1 there were may
fu, UV- 800 In use within the Defense computations winners in the various fields of com-
Department alone." In SAC's intelligence section,
"ft] has been estimated that where Col Grusin does his business -
: 1 tlIU1tUtIJ by 1970, the federal govern with computers, an electronic Find East Germany Is
." ment's annual electronic data complex called "finder"In
processing bill for equipmentalone a single processing operationcan
Frames Individually Designed will exceed $2 billion," handle 100,000 observationsof
said Terhune, commander pf events. In Name Only
Beach Area ..g! Sovereign
the electronic system division of In what is perhaps this na.
., .. .... Com. tion's most awesome piece of
the Air Force Systems
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military paperwork, the single BERLIN (AP-An East Ger. East Germany, or the Ger. are careful to emphasize sover.
* *I* * * * * * * * ** ** integrated operation plan man policeman manning a road. man Democratic Republic as elgnty. When talking about
-SIOP-computers play a block In an East German town the regime calls It, celebratesnext more than 300,000 Soviet troops
prime role. stopped a car bearing the 11- Wednesday Its 10th ann- stationed In East Germany, the
SlOP Is a warhead-by.war cense plates of a Western coun.,versy as a sovereign state. On phrase always Is: "The troops
head, target-by-target blueprintfor try and told the Western driverhe March 25, 1954, the Soviet Union of the Soviet Union stationed by
nuclear war drafted and could not proceed without a declared the military occupationof mutual agreement temporarny
continually updated here at SAC special permit. the Soviet Zone had ended. In the German Democratic Re.
headquarters by a. team of A Soviet official was a pas. It said the German government, public."
Army, Navy, Marine and Air senger In the car and told the Installed In 1949, had full sover. These troops live almost en.
Force specialists It provides driver not to worry '"Here I am elgnty. This declaration was tirely off East Germany. Officers .
l Y,' battle orders for Navy Polaris the chief," the Russian said. He formalized In a treaty a year and men receive half their
submarines and SAC planes and shouted a few words In Russian. later. pay In East marks, which are
: missiles alike, as well as every The policeman snapped to at. There Is evidence that the sov. not freely convertible even with.
other U.S. on-target delivery tentlon, saluted and without In. erelgnty Is a farce. In the East bloc.
i+rnv..raew a.4w..t.. .S..Ma 1 +py .n.j. Y'+ymr.'r system for nuclear weapons. spectlng any papers at all The regime led by Lenin. Ulbrlcht has no choice. He
During fiscal 1963, the De. waved the car through the road. bearded Walter Ulbrlcht seems needs Soviet backing. When the
/ d4.r arsrpaetax. tense Department spent $447 block. more closely controlled by the East German people! revolted in
.,. 'P ah' ntaeaMl'r 'rPlrypa million on automatic data pro. "Is that what you mean when Kremlin than any other Soviet 1953, the Soviet army put down
rrl! cesslng. More than one-third you speak of the sovereignty of satellite. the uprising.
$179 million was spent by East Germany?" the Westerner East German party function After 10 years East Germany
the Air Force. A government asked. arles heated deny this. But still'! is beekliiK httern.tlonalleel .
yII ;R n'gt4r Inventory shows the StrategicAir The Russian ..I/.n : Command has 120 com. piled "Konetchno" (of course). through Berlin In 1961, to stop bloc, only the new government
puters, 19 of them at SAC head. This Incident Is one example the escape of refugees, Mklta of Zanzibar has recognized Ul.
quarters. of what happens on a low level[ Khrushchev said: "I authorizedthe brlcht's regime.
One of the fabulous things when an East German tries to wall to be built and I am
,- about a computer is its mem. exercise "Boverelenty"vis-a-vis proud of It."
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De Gaulle, however, argues in Sunday_ March 22. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 78

Agriculture, Roads Two Of DeGaulle's HeadachesBy plre effect to that be a no world country power can unlessIt as Communist east Asia, China.and then recognized

has s nuclear arsenal.
DAVID MASON swallow a lot of Gallic medl. French capital's history rich brought with them Inflation, er. France claims (to be the tie also presented his "forcede Do Gaulle also II preparing to. Insects Really
PARIS (AP) "Under the cine. monuments and buildings have cutting the real value of theworker's first producer of uranium In frappe" (striking force) as a spread France's "rayonne.meet"
direction of Gen de Gaulle, the He has angered and baffled been scrubbed of decades of paycheck and frequently Western Europe. necessity for France's own pro. (radiance) to Latin Have
Fifth Republic has given his closest allies with many unl. grime. The sprawling city sending him out But first and foremost, De section wMle <\t the same time AnnTtra, and he plans a series SeniorityAre
France peace, a stable econ. lateral acts conducted with an shines. Thousands of man hours on strike. The government Gaulle has turned his nuclear agreeing to scrap it if everyone nt "iffhiil visits there this year
omy, its place In the world. almost dlsdalnfull attitude that have been employed to scour launched a serious effort to scientists to the job of produc. else does likewise. tn undent( ore this effort insects a problem in your
and this. while assuring the he knows what's best, and that and sand blast the giant Louvre Stabilize the economy last Sep. Ing his bombs, or as govern. DeGaulta ordained a Year ago garden? You have lots of company .
prosperity of Frenchmen and history will be on his side. Museum, De Gaulle's Elysee tember and has been pressing ment literature prefers to call that Britain was nut prewired! : .
social progress." Gaulllsts, bathing In a sort of Palace, and hundreds of ordinary down hard since to keep the lid them his "force de dls. to become common: Marker Dr. E. H. Smith entomologist
So goes the preface to a euphoria, argue that everyone apartment and business on suasion.'* member hotlv controversallueuMun at the New York State Agrl-
glossy 36.pag booklet published eventually will understand. But buildings. Many ordinary Frenchmen Assembly line production of tnat many tnought was D cultural Experiment Station, says
recently to tell the French they some Gaulllsts themselves have But In some of these gleam. began abandoning bicycles and atomic bombs, larger than those more political than practical insects are the moat successful
never had It so good and to tell trouble explaining what the Ing buildings, bath tubs and motor scooters more than five the United States dropped on De Gaulle clearly did not want creatures on earth. He figures
the world to sit up and take haughty brigadier general Is up central heating units are rare years ago and moved behind Japan, began late last jear. the British on the continent he then arr. 01111 million .p.ele..
notice of France. to.His and families are crowded Into the wheels of cheap but ever Mirage IV supersonic Jet plAnes Is Insisting on preserving (fur 00O which mean they comprise about
The booklet deals with France allies grumble and fume, dark, Inadequate quarters. Improving cars. Now they have are coming off the line. In the French leadership. 80 per cent or the world'. lower
since 1958, when Charles de but In no major Instance have Some estimates say the big driven themselves Into an al. Pacific, scientists and engineers France, he believes, must as. and higher animal popul.tlon.
Gaulle was swept back Into they taken measures which city housing crisis will not be most continuous traffic snarl In are preparing a testing bate for sure for Itself and for European One reason for the II1..et'
power on the heels of a revolt, have succeeded In putting De solved for 20 years, although Paris and other big cities and hydrogen bombs. Independent thlrd-force role, success. Smith related, Is
and established the Fifth Gaulle back Into the limits one the government claims FranceIs overburdened France's high Some Frenchmen would pr#. standing between the Soviet Union seniority They have been on
French Republic. might Imply from France's building 1,000 homes a day. way network most of which fer to see nuclear funds divert and what he almost acorn. earth for 450 million years, long
Some Frenchmen and foreign population 48 million and France Is at work and the consists of narrow, bumpy, two. ed to road and school building. fully refers to as the "Anglo before man Consequently h.
observers scoff their way size some 212,000 square country Is booming by most and three-lane roads. "Auto. De Gaulle's quest for nuclear Saxons." said, nature has had great opportunity
through sections of the pamph.let miles every statistical yardstick routes," France's version of Independence, to give France In another pair of moves lu build a creature that
which gives a rosy view of Many of the claims In the which can be applied. superhighways, run only 217' "Its place In the universe," has which stirred much wrath In can withstand all sorts of bat
agriculture, education, housing glowing government pamphlet Unemployed workers receiving miles out of some 18,000 miles Created a major point of differ the United States, De Gaulle> ties against Its most aggressive
and salaries.But cannot be contested.But government assistance dropped of main roads. ence with the United States. called for neutrality. of South. CAREFUL PLEASE 'omPf'tllormall.,
few would argue with a all that Is Gaulllst does from 42,000 In 1959 to 19,000 In France's gross national prod. -
statement that "France has not glitter, and even If much 1963. Most employable persons uct has grown more than S.I .. .
again found her voice and her does, some people ask If time who are not working at a given per cent a year since 1958, government 1 : \ ",,$, : <..'<. ... 'x"i.'" ';!. Un If "'"...t.'." <
rank !In international life" will not tarnish the sheen of moment are shifting from one statistics show. For "
This voice and this rank can today. job to another. France has 1m. the period 1959 to 1963, the GNP
largely be attributed to De What Is life like In De ported many unskilled and grew more than 25 per cent- r
Gaulle himself. Through a com. Gaulle's France? semiskilled laborers to satisfythe one of the greatest growths In In Beautiful Port Royal
blnatlon of well-studied but The government booklet demand for such jobs as Europe and greater than that of
often surprising moves, De treats the question alphabet! domestic help and constructionwork the United States.Agriculture .
Gaulle has succeeded In neutralising cally and starts with a surface Is one of De I
most of his oppositionat Impression listed under "Af. But nearly full employmentand Gaulle's big headaches. Farmers .
home and making the world faire Culturelles." Most of the the business boom have In Brittany have let piles of :; l .lW. "'" ..
artichokes go unmarketed be. :t\ \
cause of low prices, blockedroads ... .... ...... "---
a yM1N
with their tractors,
marched on city halls and t.* I
clashed with riot police. The .. \. ,
government Is attempting to re. '
arrange France's archaic mar. ,Y."I M
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IN ketlng system and opei. the way _. n F ', I II
WRAP for more foreign outlets, but t I
the task will be long ,rI I
France's schools are Inadequate 1 '
for the soaring popular ,.:. c" u" t>
M lion University crowding has
brought angry students stream ., :\1 I
ing Into the streets to campaign '1."
for better living quarters, class. .J I II
., room space and other facilities. ,I faii t.m __
France's social security pro. 1 ,!
gram Is one of the most highly .
developed of Europe. Medicine "
Is extent socialized t !
to a large ,
with most treatments paid for I
your operation Is large or small, BIA can custom-fit protectionTo up to about 80 per cent. Family

your exact needs with a Package policy. A BIA Package Policy covers ment allocations the worker's substantially paycheck.aug ,,1 I
France Is one of the leaders In '
you against virtually every hazard you face In the conduct of your the fight against cancer, tuber. I '
culosls and polio.
business. And offers a big saving In cost, tool Call today De Gaulle has deeply coin Ii
mltted France to a costly nude !
flJ11II ar program, although this too I Ik
was well on the way before he
returned to power In 1958.
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Ills COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 22, 196.. The reason for all the aami.
-2 Letter cr Cor aRepiag# Belle ration that has been cascadingupon
b. e poetrll rH'Miracle' the S6.year old blonde
Refusing Cash Of Broadway Is (5-foot.5 and 124 pounds; Is
I "I "Any Wednesday," a romantic
trifle that sneaked unheraldedInto
Brings In $3,000 Nebraska MissBy the Music Box Theater a
Again, I ponder bitterly few weeks ago and turned out to
tl :NEW YORK (AP-A) letter Dame Nature's to bring WILLIAM CLOVER be the season's sleeper-hit sen.
arw Mrs John F, Kennedy wrote to power Associated Press Drama Writer sat Ion.MORE.
v.la an Englishman, rejecting his re. New lift to grass and flower and tree, NEW YORK (AP-The reign.
laCY quest for money, brought $3,000at The mirecle of Spring. Ing belle of Broadway Is a taffy
a public auction Thursday tressed, moist eyed miss from THAN HALF OP
night. For we were happiest In SpringBut Nebraska who dotes on stray FlORIDA'S TOIRISTS WILL
Charles Hamilton, who held cats and dogs, walks shoeless RETURN FOR ftNOTHER VISITIGREET
aren't here.
M the auction, said It was by far now, you whenever possible and talks a
the highest price ever paid fora (Would I had Nature's power to bring quaint blue streak.Is .
r: ,: letter from a living person. You back to life each yearl)) this girl for real? That has
Alvin J. Slater, 44, a Boston been the reaction of more than
Ir lawyer, was the successful bid. VAE KIDWELL one beholder upon first Intro.
der. He said he plans to keep ductlcm. "Genuinely sweet," Is '7 IEIAwJf
tjlii the letter In his collection of Bonita Springs the reply of those who know her
autographs. better. iaanxnr
Hamilton had purchased the 'Advice For The Retired'When Of her sudden spotlight adula. ,$:
/ letter for $80 fom Ronald C. tion, Sandy Dennis remarks
: Munro of Birmingham, Eng. you have turned to pasture "It's sort of a matter of luck In ROP ,..,......
I -L. and I think anaaara ra'efmu
And many ways you
land.Munro all work is throughDo
,. had written Mrs. Ken. your come to a point where these
J IJ rI ...,,, .11' '''fO '' .' nedy, enclosing a newspaper not sit in the arm chair things-you're ready for them
TOUCAN TELL BETTER than one can, can be found. This one, looking like a clipping about the Kennedy And listen to the ballyhoo.Go and you're lucky enough to get YOUR
j what hat wit! look best for the Eester record-breaker, is decorated by Toco wealth, and suggesting she send them, that's all." PHARMACISTSPEAKS
The bubbling blonde races
him $20,000 Instead of spendingIt forth good man in earnest ont
I : parade Dotty Pfaff and Nancy King the Toucan, who took! time off from on an evening party, as re. "I'm very happy that I've been
And seek the
Leavitt exercise a woman's perogativeto his |job at Caribbean Gardens to obligethe ported In the clipping. He said golden gate, able to do what I've done, but
he was a struggling father. Go to the land of promise U It had been a couple of years ..
that and
1 I to wear the most unusual chapeau girls the photographed Mrs. Kennedy's four-page re Before it Is too late. earlier, I think I was preparedfor I BY
l' ply, handwritten on blue sta. It-I mean, able to do It-
tlonery, said her husband's Why stay north and fight the cold but these things take time-but GENE
wealth up the way I've done things, I've 1 I
The rain the wind and
The letter was written Jan. 13 snow; learned a lot."
1955, from Palm Beach, Fla. Latch onto a sunny climate Sandy's calico cat, Jennie,
;; Drastic Price Reduction-Now Only $12,500 Kennedy then was a senator And watch spirits glow. Jumps on her mistress for a pat,
from Massachusetts.Munro but the conversatonal stream
offered the letter for Spend your time In Naples, Florida, hardly hesitates! an innomniac
"Not that I don't appreciateall you
sale to Hamilton, accepting the
'''r ; '" r : .l rI $80 to "Insure a Christmas free The land of sun and fun; the attention I've been get. If you are regularly cold-
of financial worry for my wife The beautiful flowers and beaches ting, but in some waysmaybefour shouldered. when" wooingMorpheua few
here are a
and weeks from now I'd be
my l:_, ,...!ILA<. <<,=i!<.. Jiijj.1!! Will put your blues on the run. ready" Two years ago or four hint which may make
,.b.a weeks from now are recurrent sleep I Get out the ole fishing pole times In Dennis conversation. Try a Ionic walk before
And fish from the sandy shore, bedtime and. time and
Bask in the beautiful sunshine TEACHER IS STUDENT weather permitting, engage
in mild ports or
Like you've never done before. ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Mrs. other activities which<< will
S Harold Feigenbaum put the cart cultivate a pleasant but
I miss this little cozy town before the horte. First she be- physical tiredness. Warm
That nestles by the sea came an established artist and baths. sometimes turn the
r r art teacher and then she re-
trick; if not try a And surely miss the kindly folk turned to college for a degree in tub or .shower. Simple earplugs
Who were so kind to me. fine arts. may help if you are
The 38-year-old arti.t Is listedIn unduly sensitive to roisc.
Am back In Minnesota "Who's Who of American but if you are I light-sens!
asg Where its twenty-two below, Women," has exhibited paintings I tl>e an eye mask U worth
and sculptures at the Albany a try.
heart is sad indeed
My very Institute of History and Art and The Important thing
And I'm feeling mighty low. has for several years conducted however, is not to fight
art classes in her studio. inHomnia. Accept it; phil.
sg sgv How can a man be so stupid Mrs. Feigenbaum originally ofophically, If you must,
Owner said sell. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home at 733 12th St. No. Ideally And leave a town so fine entered Skidmore College in but don't let it prey on

located for schools and shopping, TV cable, back yard is fenced. One cargar.ge The palms and swans are callingIn 1941, became a war bride and )ou. Don't Just lie there-
air conditioner In withdrew from school after Hart' do something about it.
Matter bedroom. Low taxes and low payments the land of .
summertime.Stan Get Read. Watch the
Ing her senior year. She recently up.
make this home attractive deal
late-late shows. Performa
Davis reentered the college, driving
West Duluth, Minn. back and forth between Albanyand few simple taski.
the campus in Saratoga Which reminds UN-you
D. C. JONES CHARMING-Mrs.I John Springs, N.Y. She will receive ran expect courteous,
REALTOR.g P, Kennedy, former First Lady, 'Special Delivery'The her diploma this year. wid. awake prescription
fixes her hair as she leaves service at NAPLES I'RE.
following was written by Barbara Jones
poem ,
luncheon of Latin American 8CRIITION SHOP 773
3S1 fifth BE A 'FRIEND'TO
diplomat In the Pan American 1 5-year-old student at Sacred Heart School in Yonkers, Fourth A..., North. Phone
Irene Roland Frank B Perdue Harry L. Miller Union Building Washington hON N t| Y., and Is reprinted on request. YOUR LIBRARY MI 22455.

Special Delivery From Heaven I

To The Kennedy Family From ( i

Ia' Sorry' John I had Fitzgerald to leave Kennedy right away; > S THE f BANK OF NAPLESThe

I look down and smile at you

kd every day.
Little Patrick asks to say "Hi" -
I love you, I'm happy, so pleasedon't ""-

cry W
And Caroline, I'd like to say

A I How proud Daddy was of you .

that day .::. r
When you stood like a lady and

watched me go by,

And doing as Mommy did, you "

tried not to cry.
Little John, now you're the big
man Full Service

So take care of Mommy the best

You you were can.just like a soldier Commercial Bank

That salute was so brave;

Thanks for the flag that you

<: Placed on my grave. With Trust PowersGrowing

a And, Jackie, there was no time
a for goodbyesBut

I'm sure you could read the"farewell" ;t
Watch over our children and love

them for me;

I'll treasure your love through

eternity.So .
with Naples a Collier County suet; 1949
'\' : please carry on as you did before

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:: Remember I love you, rememberI
Look For The Time And
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You don't see me there. Temperature Signs

Love, Jack.

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vud like thank rm o.vorker 8.11 tar. March 22. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B
who' made thees award ----
I Tiomkin Will Win poster
Buns 1 Many Hope ble-Bach, Beethoven, Mo art." h'l little known but the first It was something that had
Applause drowned out the reel time that "High Noon" was never been done before.
of his speech.In sneak previewed it laid a hor. "The picture was cut to de.
His Fifth Oscar This Year the movie industry Tlom rlUe egg The picture was too plct just the 45 minutes the
kin Is considered the greatest long Cooper had an ulcer and marshal waited for the gunmento
writer of pure Americana his reaction to it clearly showed come to town. Cooper's ulcer
)IOLLY 0OD AP) Most audience stems from the fact
( music despite his foreign bark on screen was turned into an asset. It
everybody his conu that he made on* of he mosthonest
associate the movie
ground George Class an gave a nervousnessand
petltors hopes Dlmltrl Tlom. acreitance speeches In John Wayne insists that Tlom. producer on the picture, recalls"kenone tenseness that was exactly
e kin wins his fifth Oscar this the 36>)'ear history of the Arad. kin score all his Westerns. Sam. agreed that the pic right.
year em>' Awards when he won for tare had to be cut
uel Bronstoi' has made him dl. drastically Both Cooper and Tiomkin won
Dlml two nominations this his lone "The high and the
cot rector of mush for all his but Stanley Kramer argued that Oscars that year. Hardly a
>car-his 23rd and 24th-for the Might!)' In 1934.
show. no one would understand the movie goes out today without a
sung "So Little Time; the Tiomkin who left Russia 'lot. title
On"'e a Tiomkin -4 'rlis ( song
song )
4 theme from "55 Days at when the Communists took over) bN t'd \Vashlnitin-H Tiomkin came up with the
also but still sounds like the boat will onlj
Peking He was nominal idea
.. saved a picture but of a song that could be THE NEWS
.. ,, ed for scoring the movie dock next Tuesday; told ana. helped win CALL FOR
sun (over the titles and tell theM
an Oat ar for the late Can
His popularlt with the Oscar television audience 1 I. ,roper, l'I before the picture started.

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I LENTEN LI' ('I--;" UIIIUM bun with u shn :' p tilling will make a fine ad t

ditum+ > a soup and salad luturKon: : ,

I By CECILY BROWNSTONE hukir's dozen into a deep-fit sugar-water mixture.. Add 2 cupsof
Atsoclottd Press Food Editor Irver. the flour; beat until smooth
My helper und I liked the fried Add enough of remaining flour ),
to make a soft dough. Turn out
huns best bemuse they're delectably -
served fresh and hot in Chinese .
hut did the (>n a lightly floured board or canvas <
we enjoy
restaurant! always seem to
fascinate diners. three.way e"'rerlment.CIIISESE ; knead until smooth shout
I 10 minutes.. Place dough in oiled
How are they made
STUFFED Iii !NS bowl; turn to oil top; cover 1 let
we were an curious! as most
1/4 cup sugar rise in warm place free from :;''
cooks until we came upon this
2 1/4 teaspoons suit draft until doubled about 112 dttf N
recipe It wax NO easy to follow :
1 hot water hours. Punch down; turn out on -I! ? .
and tasted so authentic that we're .,
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floured board ...
lightly or canvas
I 1/4 corn oil ,
delighted to have it in our cup 4l
repertoire You, too,may welcome 1 package active dry yeast Divide into32 small equal pieces u.rt; '
Roll each into a 3-inch square
it. 1/4 cup warm water
At the end of the recipe you'll 414 cups' sifted flour place about 1 tablespoon filling
find directions for steaming, Shrimp I Filling in the center of each. Fold in op.
baking and frying the buns which In a large mixing bowl stir polite corners to meat over con
way to follow'? together the sugar salt and hot ter of filling Moitten edges and
In our kitchen we tried nil three water until sugar is .I 1111101 ved. seal Let rise In a warm place
methods with the one recipe making Add oil. cool to lukewarm In a free from draft, covered until
small howl' sprinkle the yeast, over doubled about 1 hour Steam.
32 buns, Six or them lust fit
into a steamer a baker' dozen the warm water; stir until yeast bake or fry according to the
i Ld. .... following directions. Makes. 32
went into the r.ven. and the other in du..trd\: add In buns

A Broker looks at the Marketand SHRIMP FILLING -t
Mince 2 cans ((412 ounces +

each) shrimps.! Mince celery and ,.
tells you Just what he sees green pepper to make 1 1Z: cup of 'l'y "
each Heat 2 tablespoons corn ;
all in a medium sized skillet add
e In terms of the general business outlook 1 tablespoon minced onion, I'4 I

e In terms of trends for specific industries companies teaspoon salt dash of pepper I ., ,
stocks teaspoon ground ginger and I ---- -
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tablespoon soy sauce Cook over Looking north the Gulf, hit AA.U. Pool (TS' In length ) It a popular feature of, the Port Royal Beach a
e In terms of just how your money might be invested medium heat about 3 minutes,
Club ( Pool I li heated during the winter teoton.
in your own best interests over the stirring constantly. Mix in shrimp,

months ahead. .. Cool.
Steamed Buns Place tufi>d

.. .'. Big But'wfth order.?the Petfugj.belp"ofDufI itisiaitli DepritmlnTlnNew + *I buns inch ,apart after on rAnx-'tiStcf\ir cil-d baking pun t "How a vision and 15' million dollars have made PORT ROYAL at Naples .

York, we've just put together an extremely in. that will fit into steamer' When

formative with bun.have aluminum risencoirr(oil and pan set tightly on Florida, one of the most delightful places to live in the United States.

rack or trivet +in *:earner. Fill

that no investor should miss. We're holding it... I, steamer with water to level of
rail.COM.i ughdyhtuig: water to

THURSDAY, MARCH 26th a boil reduce heat and let water
just "boil under steamer for 30
In The Lobby of minutes. 1 1. Port Royal is a well-established, ex. .-.i are provided by deed not conversation.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NAPLES i Bilked Huns Hake stuffed buns elusive residential community comprisingover .. .
after they have risen, on a cookie '
691 5th Ave. So. '
sheet in H hot ((400 degrees) own 90% of the southernmost two square '. ''' 13. No property sales are made except in

I Starting at 8:00: P.M. tor I 15 to 20 minutes or untilgolden miles of Naples, with 143 families in ..:, '\ ... Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit

. brown residence and many more homes build. .;' > .... to Port Royal and seen us in person Andno
Whether bullish! bearish think 'ou'll find tried Huns Heat corn oil in a \,
) jour sales made other than those
time well deep hence skillet or kettle to ing this season. No promoter's dream of are to persons
-spent. 17* degree. Oil should be at "what is to be. who have been accepted for membership in
If you'd tile to come, either alone or with someone leant I inch\ deep but should not w 3r the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership

else simply call and say so- fill skillrl There's no charge, of course. I 13 full Fry stuffed buns after 4
continued without modification of the
the hale risen, 3 to 4 minutes was
or until, golden brown turning original vision until it became the reality it 14. The foregoing are not "roles and regu.
Please Call Miss Calmes the
once to brown both, sides is today. lations' which in any way tend to limit your
freedom the which
: complete to enjoy livability
Reservation MI 2.2188 A TOOTHY SMILE 3. More than 6'/2' miles of boulevards which Port Royal offers. They are measures of pro

GILLETTE wyo.. AP) A wind along the beautiful waterways were laid
LYNCH tection designed to guard against any encroachment
MERRILL '200.000 fire which destroyed out and paved, exceeding the standards set by and
on your pleasure anything
:] PIERCE, an apartment buildings house had Its and bright surrounding the State for its primary highways. Also proper H .tb.ut Ilets. .> P.lt H rl ./Ilea that might 'end to depreciate your Investment
drainage was provided for foot of On h199It a.al or Oord.n /) f I vproperty .
FENNER & SMITH INC moment for Fred Tysor. every Compatible, congenial neighbors are something
mm ut mi situ utiMii in eau ri,it'MI I'oci MI mnotut' IUMXII When firemen allowed people boulevard. Of course, all facilities such e; that alone/ cannot provide.
to reenter the building, Tysor ran Naples city water the finest in Florida can be members To them, member. money

169 E. FUgler St. Miami into his charred apartment and electricity, telephone, television cable, etc. are ship is given without charge with the purchaseof 1 15. We do not think ,that we overstate the

FRanklin 7.1451 Lame out smiling their property. facts when "Port Royal is of the
Telephone His false teeth left on the available throughout the area, we say, one
beth '-. *,.nk, were unharmed finest places to live in the United States." We
.' 4, More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Coconut 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis confident that will if fine
::i.'> : 'V ;; unsurpassed in Florida and equalled, perhaps are you agree
,. : ..; palms and other exotic trees were movedin homes luxurious surroundings congenial
0/"'" {" :%, ,
}" to line the boulevards and other land areas in only a handful of America's more neighbors, superb climate and deep salt

distinguished restaurants.
5. Port Royal properties are not "lots," Theyare water at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you.

large, interestingly shaped private estate 1 11 I. Every home in Port Royal must be de. We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

A. bargain carpet sites. Properties range from one-half acre to Signed by an approved architect and built for inquiry at otr. office Harbour House -

several acres in size. its owner. Though there are homes in Port Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive, One

which several hundred thousand block east of Gordon Drive
Royal cost
95* of Port
6. Over Royal properties are on

I will last forever deep, wide, ocean-going waterways which dollars, it is possible to become a resident of $ Tille Illut, ari million 1.tl.t. "..>.,,/.. /".
connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and Port Royal: for a minimum investment of approximately "..,," .,,1. road. ,/e II.. .. and proper,is. ar eseeera
$55,000, including property, residence p.r Reraf proparlr nap
the mtracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islandsto ----'" -
the south and landscaping Properties range in

price from $13,200 to $45,000, apart from
7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot building costs. '

under bed.-t,6; of your lawn even if your boat is a 90-foot
your 12. Every possible protection is providednow

yacht and for generations to come Only single

8. Port Royal's Beach Club is on 425 feet family dwellings can be built, now or foreverNo

It may look good for a while. But watch of white powder sand beach, directly on the speculative building is permitted; no cooperative

Gulf of Mexico. The Club itself is a "gem. apartments; no commercial buildingsof

your step. It might die on the floor in a like structure without peer on either coastor any kind. Space required between residences )*

few months. We sell Lees carpets. Wewon't anywhere In between," said an eminent is 60** more than the highest zoning

journalist It was designed by John Volk of requirement in Naples. No overhead electricor
sell you a "bargain, it would cost Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross

you too much. Stop in and seeour won Florida/ streets or enter homes except underground ..
(This applies everywhere except in the two THS TINNIS PAVILION AND COURT .
.. ..
IaLal.naf ".siepU.n "
derful selection. "d /la.l
9, Memberships in the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve I.plea III'. .".'1. A".. doe11i5 .reeu.f.ad 0ewlsaor II
not for sale. Only owners of Port Royal years ago) Many other sensible protections /A era.". /11.1 Jln.wea., """.,.'.n.',

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"17 Years of Dependability"
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9108 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sand "I,?. h l' 1'1'' Baptist ChurchTo NOTICE OP APPLICATION"'
; Certain Sectors Of Soviet TO FORM A
i Present DramaA WATER MANAGEMENT: : : DISTRICTNotice '
ii la hereby given to ill per-
the following' da- I.
Sons Interested In
i modern church drama en. Ar I'' iI scribed ,lands In Collar County
titled "I Saw Him" will be pre. :
1 Medical Program Not FreeMOSCOW 'I IN THE
I sented this evening at 7 o'clockin WATER
the 'sanctuary of the First tt;. :'oSI3ENTCOR CT NO. I 1

: (tAP) Su\let au. Yes, he replied, It If free in Baptist Church. UNDER CONTROL OF. GULF

tliorltlps. keep baying that 1 Soviet (the hospitals The cast Includes the follow ,f AMERICAN Sactlena 30 LAND and II CORPORATION, Township 47

't medical care \is I the uoild's best! ', Are prescriptions obtained Inn Glenda Roan, Mrs.J.D.Roan, V South Range. ,21 Eatt.: Collier
end that It Is free for from drug stores free tw M y County Florida.Sections
evpntme. ? "No, John Smith, James Walker, > f 2* and J2. TownshipS
The fact Is that certain sectors SaJonov admitted reluctantly.Are Dennyse Wells, Ron McCune, t' South Rang 26Eatt, Colllar

of the Soviet medical programare eyeglasses free? Another Jackie McCune, Margaret Bowen, County Shona a".U.' U. U. 23.24. 25. ,

nut free. reluctant, "No." J.D. Roan, John Bowen, Gloria ,,,}r' r wrii.'y 26. V. 21. 11. 315 and 3s. Township .-
fcnviet Premlei Khrushchev's i Are false teeth tree? uNo."? Martin, Richard Woodruff and the County.41 South.Florida, Range 27 East Collier

Communist" party program, "But," he quickly added, "all choir. Th. South HO feet of Section 2*. I

I issued In 1961 said the party these things cost less than their Township' South.Florida'Range, 21 Barren Eatt
Collier' County
must provide -by 1981 -"free actual value" kY Colliar. JrCommencing.) 1
medical services for all citizens,, He was then asked why Brit. PUBLIC NOTICE at the Northwest corner
Section 11, Township 41
ryr including the suppl of medl. aln, a capitalist country, was South of Range 25 Ent. Collier

s finos and the treatment of sick able to provide these things as NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Florida: thence along the
; The public are Informed" that apublic of said Section IS South
aSOME at sanatoria.. part of Us national health :
persons servo hearing I will,," ba held' at the 0 dagraaa 2t minute 20 aaconda
"" To learn precisely what Is Ice while the Soviet Union-"theworld's Courthouse In Enl Naples Florida' Watt 661.11 lest for a PLACE OF
'n _
I j''F' aim free, and what Is not free, an first Communist coun. at 1:30(: AM. Tu.id.y. ''II'!. BEGINNING:minutes Thence 20 North seconds II
ItM for the purpose of hearing degrees 44
5 SUPPORT- -Senator Goldwater has come hope at interview was requested with try-
I'J .least; lone woman leaped from her seat to applaud in top Soviet medical officials. Aft. Zoning addition Regulations, or Changes should In not County ba f|991.16,.l.. 2(feet minutes to the' 20 Ent seconds end Watt WettU

,l Minneapolis, Minn., after the senator made a speech er a wait of several weeks, per. NOTICE adopted: Una of lId Section 35: thence
mission Wall granted for an In. SECTION V.B South I) degrees 32 mlnutaa 50
Mobile Home District tacondt Watt 27S fill; thence
tervlew with Alexei Safonov, IN CIRCUIT' COURT R4 North 0 dagraaa It minutes 20
chic,-f of the Soviet Medical Servo TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' A. UIE REGULATIONS seconds East I7S lit; thence
COLLIER COUNTY a. Single family residences, North 45 degrees 29 mlnuttt 20
HOMESITEIn Ices/ board. STATE OF. .FLORIDA C, AREA REGULATIONS 1' seconds Eel 111.12 feet to the
NO FINER TIle first question was; IN CHANCERY. I I. Minimum, lot ana shall ba 1,000 Mry Watt (In. of said faction 35, thence
No 2002 quart feet for a mobile home r along, lId Watt Section, line North
"CuiiM you please tell us what MARGIE TAYLOR SMITH and 1000 square feat for a 0 dagraaa 29 minutes 20 tecondt
Soviet medical services are Plaintiff, single family residence Eatt IMS 97 fast to the place of
150 100 and which be 1,, v.' I. a. Minimum lot width for a beginning, being a part of sections
than the by free must paid
the central Naples area ROBERT C. SMITH JR. mobile" home at the building 34 and JS EZtn: r.IIt: South,
for?" Defendant 2> ,
of line shall ba 10 fatt with Range
a feet of lovely lot on the northeast corner Replying with a boomingself NOTICE' OF. SUIT front yard of 2} fast and a Florida (Collier Development
Just THE STATE OF .FLORIDA TOl minimum, side yard of 7M faatRaar Corp) Beginning at tha North-
first Street, South, and Third Avenue. assured voice, Safonov began: ROBERT C. SMITH JR yard mutt ba sufficient watt corner of Section, IS, Township
Y tefms. "As know medical services SAL Cuttem Drapes to ube care of septic tank w' r 49 South Range 25 East
beach. you ,
block from the ,
; Salisbury Street, and drain field, i Collier County. Florida: Thence
in the Soviet Union are free" Mockavilla, North CarolinaYou b. Minimum, lot width for I ry along I the North line' of said: action
Then he spoke for approx. a,. hereby notified that a single family residence at the North 19 degreesS. mlnutat 20
tint hat b.." filed, ageless you In building, line shall.. ba 60 flit seconds Get 126 82 feet: thence
Imately 30 minutes, listing In the abova ant It lad cause and you for Interior loll and 70 bet South 4S digress 29 minutes, 20
detail precisely what medical are hereby required to larva upon for corner loll. Sat back requlromantt seconds Wilt 214 69 feet: thence
plalntiffa, attorney whose name and South 0 degree 29 minutes 20
: same aa A.I I Zon.
AD MILLER ASSOCIATES services are free hospitals,' addraai .pp ar haraon, your writ- Ins' 1 seconds Wilt ill.91! flit: thence
clinics, doctors, etc. tan dafanta, If any, to the bill of SECTION IV.A South 19 degrees 44 minutes 20
1 complaint In old lull copy of which On. and Two Family, seconds Watt 175 feet to the Walt
When he stopped, having apparently I. delivered to you herewith on or Residential, Districts Y line of said faction 35; thence
REALTORS exhausted the list, he before March ttat A.D. IM4.Haraln R.IAB along said, Watt line North 0
asked! "Which Soviet fall not or dacraa pro CMfatio AREA REGULATIONS degrees 29 minutes, 20 eecomjs
605 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2.2124 was again / will ba t *. Minimum' area of building (00 East 664.II feet to the place of
i medical services are not for tha relief p : leIln.t= n'IIr: of square flit of living area for beginning, being a part of the
free? Is medicine free?" complaint., a single family ....d.net. 400aquara r t t North H of the North Vj .f the
Th. ".tu,. of said lull being for feet of living area for North H of Section. IS Township
dlvarca, each unit In a dup''''. All living ., piti 49 South Range 25 East Collier,
WITNESS my hand and the taalnf area to ba exclusive of A +1 County" O'i'.d'j.'' (B.'I.Wi Morns)
Raid Court at Naplaa. .Florida this garages carports. screen I Sections I, I). II.
7th day of February A.D. 1164 patios If. 13. '14, IS, 16 17 20, 21. 22
I MARGARET T, SCOTT poSOARDror: 21. 26. 27. 21. 29. 30 and Wttt 4
t Clark Circuit, Court COUNTYFCOMMISSIONERS of Section 31. Township South
(CLERK'S: SEAL) Colllar County Florida' Range 26 East Collier County.
.y INEZ MAGILL (SEAL) Florida'
I Deputy Clark Margarat T. Scott, Clark, Sections I I. 2. 3. 6. S. S, 7. S.
SHEPPARD ANDERSON By R. W. Baatty. 9 and 1170. Township South.Range .
Attorney for plaintiffP. I Daputy Clark, Eeat. Collier. County,
O. Bon ItlO, Ft My.ra. Fit.. March 22. 2/. KM #71l5hlsHiuvirrtiirlMOiHslafiils Florida'
s tI Mar. I. S, IS. II. ItM *52 ---- Sactiona I, 7. IS. 19, 30 ,south of
I Stale Road .,,) and II Town
ship1 South Range 21 East
I Collier County Florida
1th The Watt 60 feet of Section, S.
11Y -----------------
Township 49 South Range 26 East
HE MAY NOT look like a mama duck to you, but he's Collier County, Florida.
Alto the Watt 100 feet of Section,
f s is I got the ducklings convinced. Clint Goldie, head man 9. Township 49 South Range 26
._ East Collier County Florida.
t att t at the duck show, is working with these hours-old (Faderlcl)
.i i ducklings in preparation for their auditions before PROPOSED COLLIER' WATER;
.iI I __ the fun-loving audiences at Caribbean Gardens' four- AMERICAN NOT UNDER LAND CONTROL CORPORATION OF GULF

,rr a-day Duck Vaudeville. If these birds have enough Sections 25 26. 15 and 16, Town
ship 47 South Range 27 East
ham In them, they'll wind up playing piano, dancingthe Collier County Florida, ,
J12/ Section 25. 26. 27. 21. 3]. 335
duck twist or perhaps as a part of the Gardens and 16 Township 41 South Range ,
26 East Collier County. Florida.'
newest act, the Brown Devils, a precision flying team. Sections I I. 2. 29. 30. 11 and 32.
Township 41 South 'Range 27 East r

( ) .J JHere I ACTING DAY AND NICHT performance schedule of the Collier Sections, County 1. 5, Florida S, Township, 49
; South. Range 26 Eatt. Collier,
NEW YORK CAP) Busiest two shows will enable her to County. Florida

actress of the season is Eileen make curtains on lime. that it Petition asking' that the foregoing
9 36 land little Island. lands ba formed Into a water
f r are acres Of high on Marco Fulton, who I Is appearing in She Is also a rC'pulur11\ the management district, under Chapter
: 9 I 61\ 2037. of the Florida Statutes at
This Includes of beautiful shows on Broadway, off Broad- soap opera "As the World .
900' beach and extends 1400' amended h. bean tiled in Ihit of-
'" way and in a television serial Turns," on CBS.PUBLIC. lice, end that the foregoing lands

SCO deep to the Inland Waterway. Hundreds of virgin Miss Fulton for more than a SId will,, be water affected maangement by the formation district, and of

D1 year has been with the matinee rendered h.bl. to t..llon for the

\ ', prmal Sabal Palms make this Ideal ,for sub-dividing. $72,000 'company of "Who Afraid of NOTICE purpose of ,paying and, making the enpentet and main'tainmg oforganiiation .

SPECiA beg Virginia Woolf", Recently she the Improvement the! maybe
tmsttf15 a (terms available). Phone MI 2.2452 nowl! lacked on the only distaff NOTICE OF INTENTION\ TO necessary to effect the purpose
bet part REGISTER .FICTITIOUS NAME for which such District la to b.
FERtt a, a in the downtown musical hit, NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN thai established and you and each of
\ o l err the you ere hereby notified, to .pp ar
"The Fantasticks. She undersigned pursuant 10 Ic
when ( s r Wilson DycLes Realtor was tit lout name atalula' will register. not ,lees than twenty' ((20) days' after
A I 'familiar with the part from having with the Clark of Circuit Court of the final notice has b..n publiahed
for four III weeks. and show cause.
1144 Third Street, South Napa! Florid played it in 1962 and the Colllar publication County, of upon this receipt ad the of follow-proofof f. any there b., why "d water
Inn fictitious, nama' management dittrict. at tat forthIn
CENTRAL ELECTRIC COMPANY SId, petition, shall not ba ettabInhed -
Engaged in Electrical' Contracting,
business at Immolialaa' Florida Date of first, publication., : March I I.
Sole owner: 1964.
t Hunter V. Saga MARGARET T. SCOTT
NY Immokalaa. Florida Clark of the Circuit, Courtof
Y HUNTER V, SAGE Collier County Florida'
r Mar. IS, 22. 21, Apr I, 1961 art5 (SEAL)
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IN THE CIVIL COURT OF. RECORD I. S. 16. 22. 1964 $S3
Casa No. S204S
,: 20 January "1951

CORPORATION PlaintiffLEONARD Directly on Gulf Beach,
A R. BROWN attractively furnished,
tNMtaNeN Yi't Defendant
r'M ... NOTICE OF SHERIFFS' SALE air-conditioned! and
the undersigned, at Sharif! of Col-" completely equipped
.liar. County, Florida, under and by
virtue, of a Writ of Enacution, issued modern beach house,

I day of in above.February'-styled 1964.cause has the levied,Uth ready for immediate

upon and will, offer for sale, and
? tall aubjact, to outstanding liant.mortgagaa occupancy after 1st
After \ and/or olhar ancum
Morning branch, ,if any, to the highest' bid. April, 1964. Large liv-
iar for e..h M the Sheriff's DapartCollier
"rant Door (main .nl.nc.1) to Ih. ing room with open
County Courthouse in (Eaat) and
Naplat" Florida on the 15th day of fireplace
April I 1464 lit 2:00: P M the following
described propar',, to wit, : porch overlooking the
Lott 3.. 31.0 sad 41, Block II Gulf.
Four bedrooms
1 of Nap'at Park Subdivision, Unit ,
IF YOU FEEL LIKE THIS AFTER HAVING "SLEPT"'ALL Number I. according, to the Flat three baths electric
thereof recorded in Plat. Book t. ,
t at ..... 106. of tha PuMic Racordt kitchen with
all modern

I ott 7. and It, Block 20 al Naples conveniences and
Pork Kubdivition. Unit 2. accord
ins tn tho .1.1 Ih..o' .eod.d in appliances, Including 2
I Plat, Book 2. at Page 107. of the
Is Your Public Florida' Records of Collier County', TVs with cable connec

Dated this, )rd day' el March A D. tion.
a 1961
E A. DOUG HENDRY Contact your brokeror
Sheriff of Colliar County.
t Garden .Florida Call MI 2-4763
Mar IS, 22. 2*, Apr I, 964 *6(

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t : Easter Sunday MenuAT

IIIiral Before this happens, you should see the one acre

f' .
e and larger homesltet 'In Blocks "H" and "Z" of
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PINE RIDGE EXTENSION. These are specifically

toned for the amateur horticulturist. Your hobbles a . . .

1 THE WORLD'SMOST and your pets will enjoy the provisions of the PINE
$3.75 $3.75

MARVELOUS RIDGE EXTENSION agricultural zoning.

t Only Spring Air has the famous Karr "Free End Write or phone for full detln.PinTZQ1lidge 1 1. ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF AU-JUS

MATTRESS Coils| that provide surface comfort and firm

'inner support.Exclusive

f "Health< Center" construction. ft

t$ 7 9 covering.Beautiful! extra heavy Candace Gold Print Served With -

t Matching Box Spring prolongs mattress life and BAKED POTATO

f provides better support

ITwlnntill,., "It, Monmi Also available' 'f foam rubber.I HUBBARD SQUASH
Motch $
II lOA p"11

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., r ; Sunday March 22 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS l lB
t Bowling Standings He
Rusk Says ------
1'L-IMnc Lanes errs Salinger planned to resign Ever since Kennedy Installed
as White House news secretary Rusk, now 53, In the foreign af.
; BB-Broobld. Bowl I He did, and his top assistant, fairs post when the Democratstook
CONTRACTORS PL CONSTRtCTlONEERS: BB Has No Plans Andrew T. Hatcher, also quit. over In 1981, there have
Rusk, in Salt Lake City for a been
Boat Haven 341/2 17 1/2 Townsend Produce 73 39 periodic reports that Rusk
Metalcraft First Florida speech: told newsmen "The was about to leave the Job. The
321/2191/2 64 48
B & B Builders 30 22Moon's Sawyers Carpet 64 48 a Post day died, after President President Johnson Kennedy askedme bother reports hIm.SomeUmes have. not seemed to
To Quit
Masonry 29 33 Conditioned Air 63 49 to stay on. I am at hU dls. the reports came
Daley Distributors 27 25 House Electric 61 51 posal. I have no plans to resign from speculation concerning
Firestone 27 25 Naples Federal 61 51 WASHINGTON (AP) Dear at all. The President and I foreign affairs difficulties or
Stone Builders 23 29 Richards Roofing 54 58 Rusk seems likely to stay or haven't discussed the matter." differences among high admin
Conditioned Air 22 30 Sunshine Mkt 53 59 as secretary of state through In Washington a State Depart. Istratlon officials Other reports
Naples Supply 21 31 Allied paving 51 61 the November elections but ment spokesman promptly de. have noted that Rusk has littleor
what will happen after that Is nled that Rusk plans to ,
Alander & Sons 14 38MEN'S Win Turner Nursery49 63 resign. no Independent Income for a
uncertain. Even If he plans to a denial
Job that ian cost him substan.
Naples Police
40 72 Sources close to Rusk said he
would be
expected at the State i tlal sums out of pocket.
CHURCH PL Beach Cabinet 39 13 has .
given no thought to resignIng Department because a sec re.
First Christian 58 46 now. tary of state's Influence with
St. Ann's /83 51 COMMERCIAL BB And they pointed out that It foreign leaders would tumble BE A 'FRIEND'
Trinity ##2 53 51 Brehm's Atlantic 68 44 Is up to the voters In Novemberto fast If they thought he was on TO YOUR LIBRARY
Trinity ##11 50 54 Plttmans Fun. Home67 45 l name the next president, andit his way out.
Bonita Baptist ##11 1 49 55 Wimp's Texaco 63 49 will then be up to the chief .

Bonita Baptist ##12 47 57 Paul's Texaco 61 51Blgley's Johnson executive or-someone whether.II.-to President select \ -\ .. DON''f THAT DR'I V! N'r ""
Radio 59 53
WOMEN'S CHURCH PL Palm Lk Tr. Ct.59/ 53 Pending his Cabinet.these decisions, they fi\D; MAKE/ you t'A Y. \ I. ,1ME
Christian Daffys 58 1/2 45 1/2 County Engineers 52 60 said, Rusk can hardly say that '
Holy Bowlers 55 1/2 48 1/2 Anchor Lounge 51 61 he will be staling on for anoth.er J NExr TI TRAvEL
Emmanuel Publlx Mkt 46 1/2 65 1/2 -- four ears. Ix SKY.
Lutheran 541/2 49 1/2 Troplgas 35 1/2 761/2 PICNIC AREA has been established recently few steps away from Park Street. Out The American Broadcasting I I THROUGH rile .
St. Ann's 511/2 52 1/2 south door and water the site Co., which said Thursday that
in Cambier Park near its grills are on
Trinity ##II 48 56 Rusk would step down after the ft Y I'I/llfFS 1t,1t1ltES .
Trinity ##2 46 58COFFEE'NDONUTPL WOMEN'S CHURCH BB west corner. It lies in a shady area and the tables are brand new Recrea elections also reported that Pl. c:: ':::z.
Christian Pinheads 45 35 between the city's nursery and the tion Director Julius Lesser points out

Dlablos 43 38 Little League ball field, and is only a (NEWS photo)
Sugar Donuts 77 27 Gutter Dusters 401/2 40 1/2 The Negro minister and In. b.
Luztanne 65 39 Mixed Christians 40 41 Fuller Industries 33 48 Clay Should Box tegratlon leader took a critical OIL PAINTINGS OF THE
Expresso 571/2 46 1/2 Methodist 38 43 Naples Printing 31 50 view of "Clay's statements and
$anka 47 57 Question Marks 361/2 44 1/2 Marhoeffer 26 55 More, Talk Less, activities during a news confer : EVERGLADES & GULF
Maxwell House 46 58 ence Thursday.\ Dr. King was In
Declares King
Beechnut 46 58 NITE OWLS BB FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC the city to preach a Lenten ser. ,r1; BEACHES BV .
Holsum 45 59 Conditioned Air 661/2 24 1/2 Subdivisions 72 36 DETROIT (AP>-Or. Martin mono
Folgers 321/2 711/2 Sea Treasures 4S 36 Acreage 70 38 Luther King's advice to heavy. "When Casslus Clay Joinedthe
Chessers 43 38 Financing 615 43 weight boxing champion Casslus Black Muslims and started f\L
BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL Grants it 42112 381/2 Consultants 63 45 Clay: calling himself Casslus X," Dr. CAIUIOIINpe
Ospreys 68 36 Ingram Chev. 42 39 Real Estate 156 152 'I think perhaps Casslus Clay King said, "he became a cham.
should spend more time Improv. pion of racial segregation.
Seminoles Estimating 551/2 521/2 Artist
63 *
41 Grants #/2/ 40 41
ing his boxing skill and do less "And that is what we are
Panthers 58 42 Bank of 37 44 Designs 1511/2 561/2
Naples talk Ine," fighting against. I believe net.
Pot Holes 531/2 50 1/2 Anchor Lounge 315 46 Developers 48 60 Neither does Dr. King approveof ther In black supremacy nor Cannon Gallery & Studio
.Bob Cats 52 48 Trail Cleaners 32112 48 1/2 Planning 45 63 Clay's becoming a memberof white supremacy. I believe Inequality
White Herons 51 53 Naples Federal 311/2 49 1/2 Investment 421/2 615 1/2 the Black Muslims. ." 710 Slit An. S*.
Gators 501/2 153 It. Construction 42 66 And If Clay should fight for. The Black Muslims favor sep. "On The Mell"
Razor Backs 43 61 SUGAR 'N SPICE BB Cooperatives 371/2 701/2 mer champion Floyd Patterson, aration of the races They also -r MMn .v.nln sCome
Swamp Rats 43 61 Sages 71112 361/2 Dr. King would back Patterson"on support what they call black
BELOIT. Wi. (AP) A "
principle supremacy.
Air Boats 34 70 Paprlkas 71 37
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bronze plaque at the tide of a
Incomplete 641/2 431/2
Nutmegs highway on the eastern edge of
61 46 1/2
Cloves 1/2 Beloit now marki the lite of a
BOWLERETTES PL Dixie Crystals 5751/ development in the history of t
Pampered poodle 71 33 Cinnamon 561/2 51112 aviation.
Nap. Floor Cov. 691/2 34 1/2 AUspice 54 1/2 531/2 The marker it in the field Out To
Brehm's Atlantic 531/2 501/2 Gingers 531/2 54 1/2 where the late A.P. Warner inventor jr. -
Stone Builders 511/2 52 1/2 Rosemarys 46 62 and industrialist took off ",
Faber Hair 511/2 521/2 Sesames 44 1/2 63 1/2 and landed his Curtis pusher '
JTim's Sunoco 44 60 Peppercorns 35 73 biplane several times m 'Nov ,
Flame Lounge 42 62Kick's Sweet Basil 32 1/2 75 1/2 ember 1909. He experienced !,.'.
33 71 engine trouble on one flight and ?
MERCHANTS BB became one of the first aviators
Nap. Marine Corp 51 1/2 291/2 to manage a "dead slick": land
MEN'S CHURCH BB Yahl Bros 47 34 ing. ,. ROYAL HARBOR
Methodist 1 75 33 King Insurance 45 1/2 35 1/2 Earner aent telegram Glenn
Assorted Christians 67 41 Rose's Texaco 45 36 Curtiss telling him the plane
Methodist #2 56 1/2 511/2 Ed Davis Bldrs 43 38 was manageable with a dead ,
Christian Men 481/2 591/2 Kwlk Chek 411/2 39 1/2 engine.
The Early Birds, a group of .
Emmanuel Marhoeffer ##2 40 1/2 40 1/2 \ "
Lutheran 40 1/2 6712E. Dunbar's Office 40 41 men who made their first solo TODAY
flights before Dec. 17, 1916 't'VISIT THESE MQDEL HOMES
Nap. Methodist 36Ift I 711/2, Isle-of Capri40 ----41j- ...-... the plaque recently. .. .J.J.
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Varied Vernal Values aM

Or, To Continue In This Alliterative Mood, Sundry Springtime Specials .

Anyway You'll Find Them Among The Choice Properties Listed By AD

MILLER ASSOCIATES, Whose Friendly: Staff Of Real Estate Experts Is Always

At Your Service.

MARCO ISLAND IS NEWS and here's some food news from Marco InCaxambaa.
on a high picturesque part of the beautiful island we offer four and one
half acres of valuable ground on which la a two bedroom, two bath home witha
number of special features To cite a few It has a cypress paneled tiringroom,
dining area and Florida room a den that can be another bedroom, a brace of patio, 1ca7J'
an electric: kitchen and large amount of storage pace In the attic It I.I air
conditioned throughout and heated by a fireplace and gas panel ray heater .
In view of the plans for Marco this is a property of unusual possibilities eI
$68,000, with purchaser to arrange his own financing"

ANYBODY'S SPRINGTIME FANCY would be this lovely, well kept home on Snook -

Drive in Fashionable Royal Harbor On a seawalled waterway, it contain three : ?
bedrooms, two baths, living room Florida room, well equipped kitchen and garage L rll 1 .'
Central heating and air conditioning $31,600 Including a mortgage of 15000.

JUST A BLOCK FROM THE BEACH on First Street South Is a finely furnished

house and guest house In the main house are a spacious living room with fire 2 of These Model Homes Have Been Sold!
place dining room two Urge bedrooms: two tile bath with built-in vanities, excellent
kitchen facilities and a two car carport The Income producing guesthouse
Is also fully furnished and equipped.
Just Model Leftl!


THE BEACH AREA on First Avenue South yoa'll find that this advantageously A Lovely 2 Bedroom, Completely :
situated three bedroom two bath house has a lot to recommend it, In. 'I' J
eluding the apacioua lot on which it I I. situated It offers a Urge living\ Furnished Home, Ready for You To *,: .

room and dining area electric,kitchen, Florida room and two car carport Priced Move Into. It Won't Last Long \ a' .
at 125,000, It can be bought fcr a relatively small downpayment Shown by ap '
pointment. 'So Hurry On Out I! H. {' ,, i, VV ,

PRICE REDUCED en: this spacious residence on Jackson Avenue, South in East '
Naples Of CBS and woo
room dining room screened in patio and front porch and three car carport All f many folks prefer living in Fashionable:
this topped by a 15 30 foot fenced-ln swimming pool I16.I1S, embracing a FASHIONABLE .
mortgage of approximately 6500. Royal Harbor.Every .
LOTS MORE: Multi-family lot choice midtown location on northeast corner of
Fourth Avenue South and Fifth Street. 100 by 150 feet 10.000 Lovely Coquina :
Sands residential lot. corner Crsyton Road and Orchid Drive Only $5.500 Two
residential lets just a block from the beach. One on the corner of First Street and

Eighth Avenue, South; the other on the corner of First Street and Eleventh Ave. So. spacious horneait is directly on the water, fully ...-..aUId..nd .
Each 100 by ISO feet $8,000 apiece Golf Drive and Seventh Street North '
.S by 160 feet $7.300 Fine, well situated waterfront lot en Sixteenth Avenue ova:: served by city utilities. Within the Naples city limits, just 5 minutes

South In Aqualane Shores. 100 by 110 feet. $.. OO. term We have other equally from center-of-town .hopping.
residential multifamily, commercial all
desirable unimproved property etc. -
ever town and In all price ranges, so check our listings first.
For every lot purchaser, Royal Harbor will build a landing dock

free of charge. Or, if you prefer contribute the lime amount toward

/let /d e'& /l44 date4 the construction of a slip.Drive .

out and sue Royal Harbor today take US. 41 and turn smith on
/eea/tM4( 0 'L jrcIlr4Pe

Sandpiper Stmt Telephone Inquiries: Call Alan Foster. Gen. Mr.. er
605 5th Ave. South Midway 2.21249 ON NAPLES BAY
Ernie Blodgett at Midway 2-474-or your favorite Real Estate Broker.



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for those with a taste for elegance and an eye for value," Gulf Towers is proudly a conventional real
CUSTOM FEATURES tate development including the land, with title to your own apartment by WARRANTY DEED just the es'I'I.

as if you purchased property in Grosse Pointe, Beverly Hills, Upper Arlington, Westchester, The Moorings .; .:
or Port Royal. You may deed it, lease it (with depreciation), sell it, or trade it (possibly tax free). It is a 4.
part of your estate, subject only to the proper controls of your own Board of Governors. Conventional real :
Full apartment width private ter- estate financing is also available providing a greater liquidity to your investment portfolio. You are not en- ;
race/balconies. cumbered by the obligations of your neighbors your Gulf Towers apartment is most assuredly yours alone. j a

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express ser '

vice. Gulf Towers is a reinforced; struc-. Year-around, individual, thermo THE DEVELOPERS: "1[
Coaxial TV outlet in BOTH liv- tural concrete frame building join- statically controlled air conditioning Andrew W. Burns, Jr., Columbus, Ohio. f.4:x
ing room and master bedroom. ed with over three hundred 12"x12" for both heating and cooling by President l Contractors.of A. W. Burns & Sons, General :<:-i.A
reinforced concrete piling that vary General Electric. Just set it and .
Separate service entrance to each Allan C. Slade, Naples, Florida. President
between 22 and 30 feet in length. forget it.Spacious. :
apartment. of Conditioned Air Corporation :}
Truly a tower of strength. '
William R. Skee'e' Naples, Florida. Commercial -
Professional "in-residence" management Realtor. :

I I Ramped, weatherprotecteddriveway. I club room completely THE ARCHITECTS: I.:

Gamble, Pownall & Ft. Lauder-
entrance to spacious equipped with full kitchen and Gilroy
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serving bar facilities for dale, Florida, AI.A Design
lobby. group en-
. i'I: Forty foot automatically vacuumed Nelson A. Faerber, Naples, Florida, A.I.A. *'
tertaining, receptions or just plain .
.i Separate maid's Consulting.
It. dressing room. s fresh water swimming pool perfectly ,
., relaxing. Superior Gardens, Inc., Naples, Florida.
; .. located between the club
Complete laundry facilities on Landscape.
each floor.Showers and the gentle surf of the Gulf. i
!I Dressing room and complete bath THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:
toilets and lavatories facilities directly off pool deck. D. E. Britt and Associates, Ft. Lauderdale, \
directly off pool deck. Completely equipped all- electric Florida, P.E. t

Individual, privately locked mail kitchen with full luminous ceiling
".. boxes. lighting and such major General THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR:
.. Wiggs and Maa'e' Inc., Palm Beach and
... Complete control by apartment Electric appliances as a counter top
Carpeted corridors. Naples Florida, A.G.C.THE .
owners through their own Boardof range and oven, refrigeratorfreezer -
I Weather protected private park- Governors exactly as a country dishwasher and garbage disposal. INTERIOR DECORATOR
I ing with your own 9'x4' security club or the now outmoded coopera- Also included: Range hood with Holland Salley, Inc., Naples, Florida:,
storage room. tive form of development. light and exhaust fan, and a spark- A.I.D.

r-< Curving seawall with wide stair- ling stainless corner sink.steel doublecompartment 'THE ESCROW AGENT:
to beach.
way ,.': The Bank of Naples, Naples, Florida.
Every door, window, and opening ,
is protected from the elements. Most Attractively Priced from $23,500 to $44,500 //1

Monthly maintenance estimated at $32.50 Until model apartment is open for inspection -
Lavishly landscaped
by Superior
a refundable $500.00 will hold selection. T I
your 0 R. Realtor
I Gardens, Inc. All grounds automatically CKEELE

v watered by under- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ,
", I it: "I IIIPh tilUKKT. MOUTH/ NAl'LKS FLORIDA. 3304O
ground sprinkler system. CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL REALTOR OR AREA lOOK eta MIDWAY 2.6373J'

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