The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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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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40th YEAR NUMBER 170 12 Page 10 CENTS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1964 Bride .. tie ThU

Appeals Board Out Of It

'Signs' Headache +! R r

s Goes To CouncilA

grateful Zoning Board of referred specifically to "that "Flelschmann Park" proposalthis
+ Appeals thanked City Coun. new revolving sign" at the Ken. morning ft appears that rT-TI J JTHE
ell at Its special meeting this tucky Fried Chicken establish Council may dedicate two iE
morning after Council relieved ment. Last month, Kuperberg square blocks for park purposes ;:

ZBA of having to deal with that pointed to which that revolving signas at next Wednesday's __ __ ___
old bugaboo, signs. one the ZBA and meeting. --- u
1. Mayor Archie Turner appointed Council "got snookered." Mrs. Richard Brashear, BIG ONES were hitting yesterdayfor grouper were the top catches but about

Joel Kuperberg, Carl FLEISCHMANN PARK Parks Board chairman, pointedout a party from Chicago fishing aboutsix 45 kings were taken on the trip. Teddy

Hoffmann, and Mrs. Casey MU. City Council's special meet. a park the desirability near the "children's of having miles off the pier on the charter Sampson (I) from Chicago, Bud Tenney
ler to a Council committee that
Ings with Its appointive boards boat "I'm Tired Too" to the "which
in the future will do what ZBA took a total of two hours and center of population" In the captained by pointing big one gaveus
has been doing: hearing appealsfor 43 minutes this morning. Lake Park residential area. Frank Albert 'We caught 'em on a a tussle" and Captain Albert are

variances on non.con. Council expressed its appreciation north The proposed of this area park would be just secret rock ledge," said the captain. A shown admiring a part of the catch.

forming commendations..1&1and along passing for final re. the four for boards the work. Zoning done and by The City owns three square 15-pound barracuda and an 18-pound The charter was out of the SportSpot.One .
blocks which Water
one on
action by Council. Planning Board, Zoning Board
Plant No. 2 Is situated, one
This person Council of Appeals, Parks Board, and block south of that, and one
committee grew out ola sugges. Recreation Board. by giving block east. The water plant
tlon by Kuperberg that such a them a standing vote of thanks. block would No reserved tor City May Change
Council moved toward estab.
system be tried as an expert further expansion, and should
ment for six months or a year. llshlng a public park In the be screened off by plantings, .1
The ZBA has long contendedthat Lake Park area after hearing Mrs. Brashear said
It be relieved of hearing a Parks Board report on Us Mrs. Brashear said it would
sign appeals, which more often be desirable to have the park Some Street Names
than not have been a headache Ar d dedicated In time for it to be
for the board. ready for the children In June,
-....----- Board member Henry B.Wat. when school lets out. Eouloment Some confusing street namesIn of them Is Broad Avenue nu*. Mrs. Brashear said this
GOING UP BUT SLOW Mr$. Mamie Tooke. helrman kins Jr. explained to Council might possibly be furnishedfor Naples may be changed, City South, which In truth Is broad. morning that Gordon begins at
this not Council Indicated at its spe It runs, or will run, from the 12th Avenue South or at lilt
morning that"II&1\ur. a sum of $1,000 Recreation
of Advance Gifts, i Is shown bringing thermometerlevel compatible with our board's Board chairman John Cowles clal meeting this morning.Mrs. Gulf to the Bay. The other Avenue South, depending on
up to $61,300 in current drive for new County other duties, which have to do Richard Bruhear, three Broad Avenues are '.r. which reference Is consulted
with He also The said.The chairman of the Parks Board, moots of what might have once Changing of Second Street to
Library Holding the ladder for Mrs. Tooke is Gene zoning. pointedout Parks Board and Recreation
and Council Member Mrs. been one connected street bet. Gordon Drive all the way to
Harland Bartholomewand
Turner, president of the Friends of the Library, and that Associates, city planning By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: before Board next will Wednesday meet some.time to Casey Miller uked Council to wn Sixth and Seventh Avenues Central Avenue would eliminate

on the right Is Benjamin Parks, president of the firm which has made studiesof clear up details of the propos. take action soon So, at Its next North. confusion and make It aJtor
LONDON (AP) Judges Of meeting, Council will hear a Between Sixth and Seventh for people to find Gordon Drive,
Collier Free Public Library Board. The goal Naples In the past, has said ed park prior to Council dedication
County that ..1&1are not a part of Britain's Royal Academy today of the area.Chamber report from Building Official Streets, Mrs. Miller pointedout Mrs. Bruhear maintained.
for the new free public library Is $110,000. zoning The City's sign ordi. finished scrutinizing 10,000 pic. Bert Plnkston and City Manager Broad Avenue, or Broad
(Caples photo) nance presently Is within the three entered for the academy's Vine Wood.In Court, Is actually two streets,
zoning code.Watkins annual exhibition but failed to Votes this report will be Includ. They have been referred to u Salinger.
suggested that ap. find the missing Goya portrait .d the recommendations of North Broad Avenue North sad
peals for nonconforming signs of the Duke of Wellington Postmaster J. Kenneth Rogers. North Broad'Avenue South, she, Court To Put
Council Seems should go either to the building The Goya, which was bought On 6 Directors; Mrs. Miller said she had talk. noted.
Against code appeals board or to a spe for the nation for $392,000 In ed to Rogers, who said h* Is Another possible change In.
clal "sign board." City Attor August, 1961, was stolen within Ballots In MailBallots In favor of changing a couple volves Second Street, or Oor. Him OH Billot
ney David Splngler, reading a month from the National Gal. of the more confusing namos.TtujM don Drive, depending on where
from an ordinance, noted that lery In Trafalgar Square. No Include "th various you are on,I that street The SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -
Vacating 19th Ave. S. Council Is the only constl\uU trace of It has ever been found. containing 12 nominee Broad Avenues, and Harbor Parks Board recommends PI.rrel. Saunter U wondering
ed appeals board for .11J\" Sir Charles Wheeler, presl. for the board of dlroo. Drive In the Moorings Unit I, changing Second to Gordon all about Vtwtherf Ptrttaaa polttke
: dent of the academy, had sug. sots of the Greater Naples which visitors may mistake for: the way 'up to, Central, Av. are Vresyoasitde.'us ius troubl..fl
After an hour' discussion this sewer pipe-laying and storm r URGES "TIGHT REIN", jested that the thieves return Chamber of Commerce wr Harbor Lan In Brooksld sub. in getting his name. on the Call
morning, City Council just about drainage. Houses that face on Mrs. Richard Brashear, It "with no questions asked" by mailed out to the general membership division. Broward County fornU primary ballot for U.S.
decided that it wUl not act to It, observe all setback require Parks Board Chairman, urged slipping It among the many pic. yesterday and should senator
vacate 19th AvenueSouth between ments In relation to the avenue, Council to take a tight rein tunes submitted for the acad. received today, t)avPfaffx*. FOUR "BROADS"Mrs. Gambling Probe A legal wrangle over Salln.
First Street and Gordon Drive. but the only way to reach some over "outlandish and outslzed" emy's annual *xl Ibltlon. cutlv vice-president, has an. Miller noted there are ger's eligibility a* t Democrat
The 40-foot wide 19th Ave. of these homes Is by way of signs, especially along the Ta nounced.Six tour Broad Avenues In the city. Now Under Way ic candidate was taken to court l
nue right-of-way has never "Spindrift Drive," an alley be. miami Trail, to prevent NapleS are to be lected.Th two TALLAHASSEE (AP) Spe. Tuesday. His attorneys asked
been Improved. It is being uti. tween 18th and 19th Avenues. from a "honky-tonk look" that NEW DELHI (AP)-A bomb receiving the highest number of Smathers Feels Investigators from the attor. the Stat Supreme Court td or.
lazed currently for sanitary Council took up the subject of would make it resemble "Just exploded early today In the votes will serve for a thre*year ney general's office were dls. der the state to place his name
possible vacation of 19th Ave. another east coast town." stat assembly building at Jam. term, and the next tour will Reassured After patched to Broward County to on the ballot In the June 2 pri
at special meeting today mu In the Indian controlled be elected tor two Pfaff of
nut a She said her committee Is years, assist In the Investigation a mary
Judge Kelly Wins along with the Zoning and Plan. "horrified" at the sign develop part of the disputed state of said.Results McNamara Talk reported increase In Illegal bet. Secretary of Stat Frank M.
Board and the Kashmir. Nobody was injured of the election' will
nlng Zoning the numbers
ting on Jordan a Republican forced
Battle In CourtTALLAHASSEE ment along the Trail, and she :
Board of Appeals. Council do be announced at goner.il mem. WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Atty. Gen. James Kynes said the issue Into court Tuesday b1r.jeetlnC
(AP) Clr. elded to refer the matter to the bershlp meeting of th* Clamber) George Smothers, D-Fla., says yesterday his office was helping the former prosldon.
cult Judge Richard Kelly of former for their official recom. Japs Apologize LONDON (AP) The Arch. at 7>43 o'clock Wednesday night he Us "much reassured with re. State Atty. Phil CXConnell to tlal press secretary's candid
Pasco County, who was clearedby mendation on the street vacation bishop of Canterbury, Dr. Ml. April 8, at the Naples Woman's spect to our national defense check allegations of a widespread
the Florida Senate In an 1m. question.It For Attack On chael Ramsey, listened the In La.si. Club. Ballots must be receivedat capabilities" after talking with Increase In bout and cy.Jordan said there was no
peachment case, scored a legal was apparent that a maJority hence Tuesday night u the Chamber of Commerce Defense Secretary Robert Mo other gambling. proof that Salinger was either a
victory today In the State Supreme of the board this morning bor party leader In the Church Houseof office by Tuesday, April 7.. Namara. "Th allegations of wldsproad resident of California or a Dem.ocrat. .
Court over one of the was willing to let things stand U.S. AmbassadorTOKYO Lords accused Incr.u.Inrly Nominees on the ballot area Smathers had asked for an ex. violations of gambling laws In I
witnesses against him. as they are, but the board of England of turning. Joe Belyea, Bolyea's Auto Body planation of how a Cuban hell Broward County concern me "I Just wonder," Salinger li I
The supreme court struck chairman and vice-chairman both (AP) vremler Haya.to towards Alexander Rom of HUH Shop' Ed Best, Flamingo Apart. copter flew to Key West, Fla., and I offer my assistance ingathering said, "11 It Isn't because: of the I
down a ruling of the Lakeland were absent. A special meeting Ikeda makes a live telecast Earl the leaderIn mentsj. Phil Brunk, Brunk.Mll. last Friday apparently undo the facts," he said. Republican fooling that I wouldbe
Court of Appeal that Judge Kel. of that board will be held next via communications satellite to borough, opposition let Insurance Agency; Phil Dar. tected the most difficult candidateto
ly must bow out of a land con. Tuesday, so their action can the United States today to ex. the upper house, opposed ape byshlr, Big Cypress Golf Club} Although he revealed no des Chicago Negro defeat In November,
demnatlon suit in which attorney > be forwarded to Council at Its press Japan's regrets for a de. proval of a measure passed by Bob DeVllle, Publlx Market; tails, Smothers said McNamara "I can't understand why Jor.
Charles Luckle Jr. alleged regular April 1 meeting ranged Japanese youth's knife the church assembly to amendan that Lloyd Easterllng, Song and wrote him a letter about the In. Voting Strength dan changed his mind 41 hours

he was prejudiced.The It was brought out during the attack on U.S. Ambassador Ed. old altars law proscribing must be made of Story Shop; Dr. John C. Gar. cldent. Smothers said McNa Equal To Whites after h* said h* thought Iwould
long disucsfion that there I. land Norman Her. also called and Invited
land case figured In the no win O. Relschauer. be movable. physician. mara qualify u t candidate"
Impeachment charges voted by street access to the beach bet. Ikeda accepted the resignationof wood and must ren, Collier Development Co.. him to a briefing on the over CHICAGO (APV-Votlng regls. Jordan had been quoted priorto
the State House of Representa. ween 18th and 33rd Avenues, and Japan's state minister for Most Anglican altars are of Frank Kerrigan, Town houseApartmenta all defensive situation in South ,tratlon by Chicago: Negroes Salinger's filing tor nomina.
tlves last spring but dismissed some Council members said It public safety, Takashl Hayaka. atone and never moved. Is ) Al J. Tatu, Islesof Florida. nearly equals that of Chicago tlon, that h* would place his
by the Senate as Insufficient. might be desirable to build 19th wa, who bowed, out In a tradl. Lord Alexander, who con. Capri Apartments| Tom Smothers said he Invited oth ,whites, but whites outvote No. name on the ballot.
After Luckie asked Judge Kel. Avenue from the beach to Its tlonal Japanese gesture of nected with the United Kingdom Treadwell, attorney} Los Whl. .r members of Florida's con.greiilonal (roes by a margin of almost 3.2, Salinger had not lived In Call.
ly not to hear the case, Luckle platted dead-end at Gordon Drive. atonement for the Incident Tuesday of Protestant be Churches, doubt saldt"There taker, Caribbean Realty. Na. delegation to attend a Chicago Urban League report tornla since 1939. lIe 1s t rg.Istsred .
was ordered by the judge to This avenue is a potential access which shocked the nation. can no mos of other candidates may the briefing today disclosed Tuesday voter In Virginia.
show cause why he shouldn't be from a major arterial street Relschauer, S3, was reported that those changes are being also be written In on the ballots. The report theorized that No. The other two Democrats Sal.
cited for contempt on grounds (Gordon Drive), Councilman Joel In good spirits as he recuperat. made step by step in order further that Members of the board who nl gro abstention from the polls Inger will face-if b* gets his
he made disrespectful state Kuperberg noted, vacating the ed at Toranomon Hospital froma the church may move will be held over Include George mw YOURDRIVER'S reflects indifference and passive name on the ballot are In. I
ments In the disqualification eastern block of 19th Avenuehe 3'/--Inch-deep knife wound In Homeward In its policies. Powell, retiring president, MU. UCMUWHINS political protest, an expression cumbent Son. Clair Engl and
proceeding. On Luckle's appeal, said, would reduce Its valueas his right thigh His doctor said The measure Lord was approved dls., ton Link, John Smith, Holland YOUR 'w that "the voter considers h* has" Stat Controller Alan crauton.I I
the Lakeland court prohibited a beach access, sine First he was "making a smooth re. with only Alexander Salley, Skipper Smith, Dick Hill no alternatives on the ballot.
Street is comparatively unlmpor. renting and Bob Dtason. BIRTH MONTH ,
Judge KeUy from hearing the covery. -- .
tant in that area. '

case. ", Name Finnish Diplomat ITo

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200 Tour County's ."I\. -""", ......i.. :. l. .7l; ."' : ...\ '" Mediate Cyprus Row I|

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GENEVA (AP) U.N. Socro.tary With fuuuuoja'a; appointment, I
Agricultural AreasBY = .Oeneral U Thant today appointed the United Nations was almost
former Premier Sakart ready to begin It. twofold task
1 :.j ; ;; *" S. Tuomloja of Finland u modi of enforcing a peace between the'
; 4 ator In the Cyprus dispute. Greek and Turkish Cypriots and
DAVID LYON Tuomloja, 82, politician and trying to mediate their bloody
Sugar cane and citrus prompt. "Our only disadvantage Is that 'ak'a ( 'i diplomat, said he would take up communal dispute
ed the most Interest yesterday the government has not decld. his work In the strife-torn east Lt. Gen. Prera Sjtagh Oyanl,
as more than 200 persons parti ed whether or not to set up Mediterranean island by the Indian commander of the U.N.peacoke.plnr .
cipated In the daylong third an. quotas. If Congress does not ioI .'\ t h ; middle of next week.HIs fore for the .Is.
nual Collier County AgriculturalTour. establish quotas this year, ,.. 'J appointment was ap land, arrived back la Cyprusand
we will be in the sugar grow. r ; ; proved Tuesday by Greoco, said the international army
Officials of the sponsoring or. tog business. If quotas are set Turkey, Britain and the Isliuid's may be operational by the end
ganlxatlons, the Immokale and up this spring, we probably will two feuding communities of the week. He bad been In
Naples Chambers of Commerce, be out of the sugar business," r- Tuomloja, who has been Fin. Geneva for two day of talks
and the state agricultural xtn. the county agent explained. ; land's ambassador to Sweden, with Thant.
rich service, thanked all who Other steps on the tour In. said he would fly to New York The Security Council's March
participated In making this year's eluded a staked tomato field Sunday for further consultationswith 4 resolution authorized appoint.
tour a smooth.runnlng success. gladioli field, a large "pep. Thant. ment of a neutral negotiator to

B was plain that most of those; ?*r patch," a trial growth of flUe .... ..... Tuomloja's mission Is to try seek a solution of the thro*.
making the tour were quite la.Urestod calyptua trees, a field of string J)11.''"!' 'r'I''-'' I to bring a permanent peace be. month-old conflict: over th* Cy.
In Collier County's em. beans new In the county this '. > ,,, ,.Jri .\ twn the feuding Greek and pros constitution. The council
bryonle sugar cane Industry, year, a throo-year-old orange :::}JI___ _- -_-_,.. ._ Turkish Cypriot communities. also approved sending a paw
which could grow Into a multl- grove near Immokale, a vegetable He said the Finnish govern fore to Cyprus for three months
million dollar enterprise withina packing plant, and a cat. THE SOLILOQUY, a dramatic representation of da Vin recital by Mrs. Clinton Moibach, church organist, meet had given him a six while the mediator seeks a per.

year. Citizens asked sever tie ranch. ci', Last Supper and an annual presentation by the Those participating in the Soliloquy are: David Chlrg. months leave of absence, but m anent accord.

al questions about the cane Industry During the noon hour, those on men of the First Presbyterian Church as part of the win! Thomas Campen, Dr. Robert Morris, Raymond "nobody" can tell how long It will Thant needed the assent of the
and County Agent Don the tour Joined with county of. take. The mediator's mandate Greek and Turkish'Cyprlotsaswell
Lander and cane grower Clayton flcUls at a chic ken.And-rlbs bar. Maundy Thursday observance, will be presented in Drake, Dr. Donald Gorby, Lloyd Daub, Ire Krammes, from the Security Council for aa Britain, Greece and

McDonald gave the answers. becue: at the county park In Im.mokale the sanctuary of the Church at 8 o'clock Thursday Robert DeVogt, Oscar Yanson, Spencer B. Allendorf, only tare months, but It un.doubtodly Turkey, cogunrantors of Cyprus
There are several advantage *. The food was would be extended If I960 Independence from Britain,
prepar. night. It will be followed by a Comrnunion\ service Ted Below ST., and Carl Clemmer.
*; to having sugar can grown *d by Sheriff E.A. Doug HMdry't factions and nations Involved do. before naming .Tuomloja M
la this county, Lander noted. barbecue crew Preceding the presentation there will be an organ sired It. mediator ILIBRARY


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:4. To Make Viking Voyage

LONDON (AP) Rohcrt vessels, but also modem rudders )

Marx Is American and all sorts of other modern '
a young y..14. .a
gear and, of the four that crossed
adventurer comes
since the first in 1893. three used
straight out of the storybooks auxiliary motors. They also Fr

His latest plan is to navigated b>' modern means,

sail s replica of a Viking ship selected the best routes near
across the Atlantic. j ., shipping lanes, and carried
This 30 year old, who ass modern food and drink" ;

deep-sea diving at 13, seeks to Marx is taking all\ kinds of live I ,

prove that long before Columbus, animals to slaughter as food, as
or even the Viking. the Phoenicians I \l.e 1as\ salted meat and salted
and Carthaginians sailed M fish, dried fruits, cheese nuts _

the Atlantic to the Americas. 4i and honey. ,r
"The Viking ships were no
different in shape construction Use Tear Gas
or equipment from the ancients,
he aaid. "My voyage from Lisbonto
Yucatan in Mexico marling / To Rout KoreanDemonstrators

April IS will be made in replica ? '4

of one of the. 10th Century / ,. -- --...- ----

Norway Ookstad In ships 1880. > excavated in SEOUL (AP) Troops used CONFERRING over Spring Ceremonboth of Tampa, when they were In

"'{'be open decka, shallow tear gas today to block thou. ial plans, Carl Clemmer, left, pres I- Naples last weekend planning event

draft and: square sail were com- sands of students marching: on shown which is expected to attract between
President Chung Hee Park'smansion dent of Naples Shrine Club, is
vessels be-
mon fore the to most great early age of discovery.And r to protest concessionsto with R. S. Lang, potentate of Egypt 2,000 and 3,000::> persons to Naples

since a few seals, hieroglyphics to Japan normalize in Tokyo Japanese talks-seeking Korean Temple, and Bobby Hicks, right, first June 5 and 6, (NEWS photo)
and frescoes providethe relations ceremonial officer of Egypt Temple,
only clues to the design of
An army lieutenant and sev. -
ancient Mediterranean chips.
eral soldiers were injured when
the Viking 'long ship' Is themost the shouting mob tried to force Safety Campaign Gubernatorial Candidates

Colombian accurate vessel copy possible of a pre-" : its way toward Park's hillside Menace And Bore,
mansion. The president was be.
Marx observed that many experts lieved inside Official DeclaresLOS
claim that the Viking ships On Jax StrifeBy
coulJ not have made the long n___ __ ___ '_ n _____ _... _.. .r armed Steel.helmeted with rifles combat tired tear troops gas minister ANGELES of highways(AP for) -British The Concentrate

ocean voyage because they grenades Into THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS the Jacksonville
one surging bringing prob.
VIKING LONG BOAT in which: Robert Marx plans to sail the Atlantic Columbia says safety cam.
would have broken in two In the
crowd. The students replied palgns "are not only a bore Five of the six Democratic lem into the governor's race.
huge ocean swells. without maps compass or modern navigational aids. with a barrage of rocks. they are a menace." candidates for Florida governormet "We don't need loose talk or
"This voyage without anymaps More than 10,000 students headon In Tampa at a political accusations that In.
compass or other modern Bahamas It took four months undersea mineral samples, Marx points out that his ship joined In the demonstrations, nothing than gets slow his drivers.danderup chamber of commerce coffee to. flame passions," he said.
navigational aids should dispel I He alsoh served three years worked in Yucatan as an will not be the first to make an which were held for the second more day and three directed the bulk Mathews said he was shockedby

this belief," he commented. in the U.S. Marines run a hotel archaeologist, and meanwhilewrote Atlantic crossing in Viking style straight day to denounce Park'shandUnr referred Philip to Gaglardl as the, sometimes"hot rod of their comments to the racial charges by Rep. Fred Karl

Marx, who was born in Pittsburgh and hunted treasure in Mexico two books on the Nina "But we will be the first of the Tokyo talks and minister "The fast drive violence In Jacksonville which of Volusla County that there ex.
andraised in Los Angeles, lie has served ss an underwater "The Voyage of the Nina II Viking vessel to cross absolutely to demand that they be sus er Is the safe driver because he kept Mayor Haydon Burns from Isted a breakdown In leadershipIn
now uses the American embassyin cameraman on feature films, ona and "Following Columbus." authentically as the Vikings pended. Similar demonstrationswere Is more alert." his campaign schedule. the Duval County legislative
whatever country he is in to two-year world tour dived for He has just completed a two- themselves would have done," staged In Pusan and Tae. Gaglardl and his slx.man en. Perhaps the strongest state. delegation.

receive mail. volume history of the Spanish he ssid. gu, Korea's second and third Courage are in this country to ment came from Mayor Robert Mathews said there was no
He is in London doing research treasure fleets He also has com "The previous ships not only largest cities drum up tourist business by King High of Miami reason for the problem to be.
at the British Museum, Maritimeand Fishing Tackle, pleted research for a book on pre- added modern sails to their speaking of the glories of Brit "If we do not decide here and come a political football

Admiralty Museums and Stolen Columbian. voyages to America. ish Columbia. now to enlist reason and settle Karl reiterated his charge that
Clothing On
public records. office."I : Marx estimates that it will Report "Lowering speed limits tendsto problems at the ccnference table lack of leadership In the Duval

1 want to have a United From Car At Pier take about two months for the Woman Jailed create accidents, raising the and not In the streets, there will County legislative delegation of
Nations crew of 9 to 15," he western crossing. Then he plaris limit prevents them," he said. be mobs at the courthouse pol. which Mathews Is a member,
said. "One from each country, Fishing equipment, including to sail to New York to New After Accident; MacArthur'Favorable1 "Safety campaigns scare the soned by hate," High said. led to a breakdown In communi.

if possible I have had hundredsof tour reels, rod table box and foundland, Greenland Iceland, Two Are InjuredRichard timid and emotionalize dancer High said he generally favor cations between the races.
requests to join but the clothing, valued at $236.40, the Faroe Islands and Bergen Newspapers dramatize the big ed the civil rights legislation "Florida needs a social cli.
majority come from people who were stolen from a locked car Norway, It'll all take about five R. David and Reta holiday weekends and death now pending before the U.S. mate in which diverse groups
have never sailed. Also, 50 at the Naples Pier between 8:41 months, he says. Eileen David of Toronto, Can. tolls when probably there are Senate and would enforce Its might come together and settle
offered sail with and 8 o'clock last night,accord- The only modern Items on the ada were given emergency fewer accidents per miles drlv. provisions If he were elected their differences with words
women to me.
inn to the report made to Naples trip will be a few cameras and treatment at Naples Commun.ity en than any other time. governor and the bill passed. about a conference table" said
I'm not taking women along. WASHINGTON (AP) Fol. "What happened In Jackson. Karl.
Police by William_Stonich of life and Hospital and released, and "Policemen drag out their
The long ship he is using Is Presque Isle, Wise., a guest tobacco saving for smokes equipment He's- Mrs. Margaret Stephens of lowing his own promise "to do radar on the big weekends and vllle was a sorrow for every He called for settlement of
72 feet long with I 16 foot beam.It at the Naples Trailer Park. hour taking Okeechobee landed In the City the very best I can," Gen. catch a few hundred drivers go. thinking person in Florida," racial differences at the confer
glass to keep time.
draws only 2Vi feet lie's not A ventilating window had been an Jail as a result of an accidentat Douglas MacArthur was report. Ing five or 10 miles over the said High "when men resort to ence table rather than "with
using oars, just a square sail. left open on the car through 11:90 o'clock Tuesday morn. ed alert today and making satisfactory limit and pack up and leave ax handles and not reason In dogs and violence." He said
Marx in 1962 sailed a copy of which thieves were able to op. Break In Ammonia ing on the North Trail about progress In recovery "It burns me to solving problems of this sort" some candidates for governor
Columbus'' ship Nina as pilot. erate the electric windows In 200 feet south of the Naples from the shock of two major ticket like that." up get a Sen. John Mathews of Jack. ducked the racial problem when
Line Fatal To One
navigator from Spain to the the car. city limits. operations In 17 days The minister of sonvllle called for patience and the people were entitled to know
Col. Donald A. Campbell ex. highways got ,, and continued his
Mr. their
and Mrs. David were traveling stands
HOUSTON Tex. AP) Gas a speeding ticket?
ecutlve officer of Walter Reed criticism of other candidates for
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 25, 1964 escaping at a broken connection north on the Trail and "Yes, I've got them before," Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakelandand
Army Medical Center said this
Mrs. Fred 0, Dickinson of West
in an ammonia line killed one Stephenlwudrlvine.outhand he said.
H AUH6 NOKTH ? man and overcame five others got Into the east lane of mornings More than one? Jap Officials Palm Beach stayed away from
r "Gen. MacArthur continuesto
Tuesday at the Blue Ribbon traffic. Damage was estimatedat "Six, I think." Send "Best"To comment on the Jacksonville
VRCRTI Packing Co.Cordell $1,000 to the David car and progress satisfactorily Indicating He's tried to talk his way out situation Dickinson said again
.Jl.L l THROUGH .r at $400 to Mrs. Stephens' ve. a better than average that he did not want to make
.J McGee, 30, died ,be. of, a ticket, but "when they find MacArthur I
post-operate He alert
course. (s
hide. 1 political capital' from the mis.
fore masks .: out who I they
firemen wearing gas am, ; are more
Pt.RNE. "
agE a .. 'could carry him and a second Seventeen stitches were taken and conversing. determined tha>teVet't6'glve' me I TOKYO (AP>7 Rreuiier flay fortunes of.otters. He reviewed,
Under questioning, Campbellsaid ato Ideda and Foreign Minister
his for road
in Mrs. David's head. Mrs. 25-year program
worker from tho one.
loading area
: his language meant the 84- Masayoshl Ohlra sent a mes.
iA/fTtoN. Stephens was charred with reck construction in Flor'7da'and Is.
'4Fllll. where the accident happened.The year.old general of the Army large healthy walnut tree may sage to ailing Gen Douglas
ammonia Is used as a re. less driving In a willful and wan. sued a new call for an end to
j was doing better than the av. yield veneer worth 20,000 whole- MacArthur today expressing
frlgerant at the plant and in the ton manner, according to Na. sectionalism.
11 FL y NAPLES II/RLIIIES_., firm's trucks. pIes Police. erage sale hopes for his early recovery. Kelly spoke of the need for

;- ...- .. .,.. ."...,,1< .. ., ., .. fiscal conservatism and new in.
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.i. e!. ; '" dUst ry,
:. .' L' \ 1', : I,',. He said Florida's greatest

t t.0 fI1 .: "':M 11t,1" 1 need in the next IS years wouldbe
X'a'. .... ,,
"> around payrolls which
: .
: "J '. 4.J.. could only be brought about by
II.. :Jf Increased Industrialization.
LOOKING FOR A LOT ? 'A J ;,.: ',, ,-0-- \" '.', businessman Kelly said governor Florida and neededa hit

r I at the "tax and spend" 1963 leg.

A RUTENBERG Man Will Help You Find ItIf !islature.Mathews said some of Flori

'r da's major needs were In the
you do not already own a lot, Rutenberg maliitaini a complete lot finding ten'Ice and will aillst you in fields of education, constitution.

finding lust the right lot for you No matter where you prefer to \live, in the country, on the beach or al revision, reapportionment and
., air and water pollution control.He .
waterfront suburban area, or in the heart of the city, Rutenberg Home Counselor will help you choose __ also called for an end to the

exactly the right location for you Three professionally decorated model homes are open daily for your sale of state bottomlands In
rivers and harbors.
Inspection from 9 e.m. to 9 pm and weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 pm

Error To Try

Ruby In Dallas,

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NEW PARKING AREA In Cambier Park for an additional 49 cars. The pavingof Says CounselDALLAS

will provide space for 54 cars and the the parking area In the park is Tex. (AP-Dr. Hubert -

widened alley between it and Fifth expected to be completed this week, Winston Smith, college pro.
lessor who Is Jack Ruby's new
Avenue South, will provide parking (NEWS photo) head legal counsel indicates he
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will pursue new lines of defensein
seeking to reverse Ruby's
death sentence
ig Smith, 58, director of the UnU
rare verslty of Texas Law School's

J.amplifltwt Law- c1ence Institute, was In.
troduced Tuesday night as chief

""' .; defense lawyer by Eva Grant,
_'0it Ruby's sister.
A graduate of Harvard's law
;::{. .. and medical schools, Smith said

'. -- he entered the case, without fee,

955 Fifth Ave. So. Naples to see that every relevant issue
of the Ruby case was examined

The family-size four bcdioom, three bath Riviera offers part'ntalluxury 5'" LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED scientifically by "the best medical
with completely private .,wnt'u'luite with Its own ceramic tile bath ..., and legal aid available."
am huge walk.In closet The central core kitchen is convenient to the I ass He met Ruby for the first time

family room, dining ana or the large patio for ease! In entertaining ...,. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Tuesday but said he had kept
The Rulera is priced at U'l9and! : costs additional AUn shown in .s Il. y up with the trial through another
the model area are the two bedroom, two Wh, Somerset, 111 I ,9vO and I r -- 11:00 A.M. To 2:15 P.M. defense lawyer, Joe TonaMll.
the three Ixdroom, two bath Carmel 14..0| built "on your lot any. N 1 "lIrj 1, Ruby was convicted March 14
where/ in this area Models are looted! at IU.O( Mandarin Road. Naples f : T I of slaying Lee Harvey Oswald,
If you are looking for a lot a Rutenl>erg Home Counselor will assist I '
J NO. 2 IC-
'nibi" No 1 President John F. Kennedy's
you In finding Just the right location _
l oft. '''' !S1M SALAD OVEN FRIED CHICKEN IIU cused assassin, and sentenced to
J _
-:'- Cracker* Butter Iced Tea Methed_ POUIOM_ Strmi .e.ne death after a monthJong trial.Ruby's .
Roll/ loan .
;: I Coffee. Lemon or Lime Ad. Iced Tea. Col.CAaeolat. Mel.
-. .. Vanilla. tread Pud. fee, Ltmon er Lime Adt family dismissed
tItVVctrCt4 SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL dma or Plain Jello d Chocolate,,,. .r Plain Vanilla J.IIa. Bred pud. Yin M. Belli of San Francisco,

MODEL HOMES TODAY 72c their chief lawyer after his crit
V :, 97c iclsm of Dallas and the verdict.A .
I : ..";, : :vwt.. .wnwM.N.wew.awrMNrNt.. .... "'--e c.o......._ '.. IN. Houston lawyer, Percy Foreman -

4'' U I : 1 accepted the case but quit
,. four days later alter what be

,r6u NO. 2VEOETA5E NO.4 called differerces of opinion between .
r N PLATE himself and the RubY
LlPYti Caoiea.1four talln-Rail cuP 0' HOME MADE-IOU" 0' family,
w Cars sties = Sutter lead TNt DAY Carrot A R I.
Taa. Cott.., lames a lime lad d s. Settme* Butter :12: Smith, who grew up In Dallas
-Ctsoeor.ts, Vanilla, goad t.:, To. Coffee, Lemon: or LlmT said he would ask a new trialon
ding, or Plain Jelle. Ade Cnocelate Vemlia, Bread the Brown
Pudding or Plain Jello basis Judge Joe B.
82c erred in not transferring the!
Ruby trial outside of Dallas-
Smith said the Dallas Jurors "in
I IT IgeileM
AW + some degree expressed the com
( ( ;. mutiny sentiment" at what he
called "gloom and dishonor"(
from President KennedY's aslualnaUon. -

He said Ruby could
have gotten a "less dispassion
ate" trial elsewhere.American .

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Everglades OKS Yo. Wednesday March 25, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

Installs New ( .4 : j'

Chapter OfficersThe Iti r
Everglades ChapterOr- f I 14' ;t

,d.H5' der of the Eastern Star held t 1
installation of officers on n.
Saturday night March 21, in !IhIi

the Masonic. Temple of Everglades I i: ,et djM

Mrs. Ethel Dobson, past ,
J.1\E 51iRTIN grand matron, installing officer I '

Wo 0 0(To 0 6"W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0TWW0WOW6WMr. officers, introduced as follows her: Mrs.assisting Maude

and Mrs. William D. Branson, of Toronto, are Mershon, installing marshall:
at The Tides for three weeks. For 10 days they have Mrs. Grace Jenkins, Installing

members of their family with them including their daugh. .fcaplaln and Mrs. Evelyn

ter, Mrs. David Watkinson, and Mr. Watkinson who attends Clarke The installing chapter organist.room was

Penn State; another daughter, Mrs. Russell Thompson decorated In purple and gold, i

and Dr. Thompson of Toronto; and William BransonJr. the chosen colors of Incoming ; _

and his guest, Miss Rosemary Wilson, who are both Worthy Matron Alice Hill and F aw"l
Patron E.S.
students at Ohio State incoming Worthy 1
University.Mr. the officers -
Beailey. As entered ;
Branson is the Nicaraguan Consul in Canada. the chapter room led by \ .
Theirs Is the familiar Naples story. This is the second Mr.s. Mershon, each carried' \ : ,

vacation they have spent here, but they have already violet nosegays tied with rain- _
bow ribbons and the men wore a ,
selected property with an eye to spending more time violet boutonnleres.Mrs.Rachel ;' cr &

here each year. Wilson honored the officers with __ j.
The Bransons' friends, Mr. and Mrs. James Porter a solo "It Is No Secret". \\' i\\ sc

and their daughter, Debbie, of Toronto, are also at The At the close of the Installation -
Tides. ceremonies Ms. Hill was
presented gavel and an engraved jL
Regular winter guests from Louisville, Ky., who are sounding block by Mrs. i

now at the Beach Club Include Mr. and Mrs. Preston Dobson on behalf of the worthy .' .. ,-

Joyes, Mrs. William Dabney, and Mr. and Mrs. McFerranBarr. matron's sister and brother- JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE will include instruc
ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Munsey of Manchester, Tenn. tion in how to ascend stairs and carry books, Modelsare I

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gorin, also annual visitors, have Junior Past Matron and Patron (l-r) Lynn Bowen Judy Ballard and Suzanne
left the Beach Club and returned to their home In Louli- Sidney Smith and L.D. STOOPING LADY LIKE, sitting grace. High School girls. Models are: (I.r) Southey (NEWS photo)
ville. lies were presented a courtesy fully and standing like a model will Susan Ballard, Alexa Olson, and Cherie .
by the 1963 officers and then be included in the course for Senior Blanchette
And still (NEWS photo) Johnsons SellWashington offices in Harrisburg, Pa., and
on Louisville: Mrs. Robert S. Gauthrop Jr. Mrs. Smith and Mr. lies in Baltimore Md.
with her daughters, Beth and ''Emily, and their guests arrived turn presented the chapter with more happiness In life than any. Home

from there Saturday and are in the Charles BairdPrices' a crown Othe officers and scepter.Installed we ret Course In 'Genteel Grace'Offered thing Personal: else In the radiance world." visual To Aerodex {Head not The disclosed Post said but the It was price understood was,

guest house. poise, figure control, complex that the property vms In
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Corkran leave Sunday for their M.G. lies, associate matron; Ion and hair care, speech fur WASHINGTON\ (AP) Presl. the $200,000 bracket.Assembly .
L.D. lies, associate parton; voice modulation, and wardrobe dent and Mrs. Johnson have
home In Villanova Pa. after two months here. This By Woman's ClubA
Charlotte Predmore secre- are subjects which will be COY. sold (their former Washington
year they purchased an apartment in the Canterbury tary; Dorothy Janes,treasurer; ered by the course. home, The Elms, to a Miami, Of God
Court and from to time In Glayds McCrea associate con- charm and modeling course Saturday from 9:30: to 10:45 Mind alignment resulting In Fla., businessman, the Washing
now on plan spend more Naples.
ductress; Laura Simms conductress entitled "Gems of Genteel a.m. constructive thoughts and act. ton Post reported tuda)'. Supper SaturdayThe
Grace" will be sponsored by All classes will be held Ion The newspaper said Luther D.
REEF CLUB "GALA" ; Opal Dukes,chaplain; in the ; body alignment for more Woman's Missionary Council .
the Woman's Club Woman's Smith, a major stockholder in
Naples over Club. Mrs. Normanthe health and good posture fluid
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Connell are spending a Helen Atkins, marshaljMarthaWoods ; next eight weeks Mrs. Herren is chairman of the school body movements contributing; to some 25 corporations largely In of the First Assembly of God.
Ruth Sidney Smith, Church Is sponsoring fish
; a
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Connell, of Martha) Edith Clifton warder. Lillian Murphree noted coun- assisted by Mrs Eugene Parker agility and grace; and a stream the aircraft Industry signed a ) at Shadow!awn. School cafe supper
lor, lecturer and teacher will as co-chairman. Mrs. lined sales contract arranged by the
the Reef Club. Charles is in Market Research, Head There w.m RQ; members and be the instructor Doug E. A. appearance enhancing the. American Security Corp. turlum,salurdoAY,Much 28from
llendry, president of the figure and wardrobe are Includ.ed S to .
quarter I.B.M., New York City. guests at the meeting. There will be classes for a. Junior Woman's Club, and Mrs. in the ultimate alms of the Smith, who has homes in MI. 7t30p.m.The
The Connelli will participate tomorrow in the all-day, dult women on Thursday from David Jones will assist Mrs. course ami and Reno, Neb., la chair. menu will consist of fish,
9:45 to 11:45 .; for senior Murphree as instructors "Students will develop quail- man of the board of the Aerodex hush puppies, swamp cabbage,
all Reef Club "gala. Following golf games the men Junior Woman'sClub high school girls on Saturday The purpose of the course ties admired In other people, Corp., and also Is president of baked beans, cole slaw and el.
will join the ladies for cocktails and supper served aroundthe Honors New from 10:45 to 12 noon; and for is to cultivate the "model wo. learn to use talents abilities L. B. Smith a heavy construe ther tea or roffee. Donation is
for adults and SO for
pool. Junior high school girls on Thurs. man or model girl," Mrs. Mur. and assets, become self.confl. tlon equipment company with $1.00 cents
Members At LunchLast day from 3:45 to 5 p.m., and phree said. "Beauty contributes dent instead of self-conscious," children
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Warrender, First Street, North, are Mrs Murphree said. -
enjoying the Easter holidays with their family. Their Wednesday the Junior Woman's Further information about the ,
Club sponsored a "get
'son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Alvin acquainted" luncheon at the charm and modeling course can i

turmail, are here from Gainesville, Fla. Both attend the Beach Club Hotel honoring new f be Herren had or by Mrs.contacting J.G. Seaberg.Mrs. ffBth '
members of the Club. Mrs. Al
of Florida. Mr. Turmail is senior In med.
University a Cross, chairman for the event, I OI'sKesi r
ical school, and Mrs. Turmail is working towards her had shamrock-trimmed place Make up a package of viuulU i i
masters degree in Biology. cards at each plate and presented pudding according to direction; I
corsages she had made to and cool, use as a filling for two
Also with the Warrenders is another daughter, Mrs. each Incoming member. 9-inih layer cakes If the cakesare : I

Adolph lurillo, Mr. lurillo, and their children Camille and A business meeting was held vanilla-flavored you can add I
during which Mrs. Ben Parks a teaspoon of almond extract: to SONG & STORY SHOP
Wayne. The lurillos live in Babylon, Long Island.M spoke about the upcoming state the pudding, Front with whipped I
;;.. and Mrs. James Bell, Rum Row; had as weekend convention in Jacksonville on A. 'tsi ,r 1 'h;rA'1 cream and serve for a pirty'' MI:2.2520 4t
guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kamberg of Coral Ga prll .Mrs.. Jerry, Morris ,has ", I 659 5th Ave. So; *

bles. The Bells and Kambergs were neighbors In Kan entered the Vogue sewing con ,
test and will model her entry at
sas. Next Wednesday the Bells expect Mr. and Mrs. the convention.To LT

AI Young for a visit and will give a cocktail party for better acquaint the new WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY
them April 2nd. The Youngs live In Leawood, Kansas. members with the present members t
a "White Elephant" gift KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS
Mr and Mrs. H. M. Carleton have taken many tripsto table was filled with gaily wrap. V >Dp4O'

Mexico. During their recent two weeks there they ped Longshore packages, quiz, and master Mrs.asked Bill kI "" Look S.. t-h Thrifty-Go te Greets Before the
made plans to spend next winter In Cuernavaca. Mr such Who ,
questions, as: was
ahd Mrs. G. Buchtenkirk, who live In Woodstock, Vt., born the farthest from Naples?
will be in the Carletons' home on First Street, South next Which one had the largest family ',j ASTER PARADE
? Who had lived in Naples the
year. longest?
In about two weeks Mr and Mrs. Carleton leave Each winner received a __ _-_

for their home In Middleburg, Va. "white elephant" and the lunch. J ,
The end of next week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown eon event "will long be remem. ;' '
bered as a thoroughly enjoyableand I ( ; .
Jr. leave for their home in Providence, R. I. On April friendly afternoon"a spokes : .r \

and their Mrs. John J. man said.Guests. Grants-own brand
20th they daughters, Angevin,
for the occasion were t'
of Lake Forest, III., and Mrs. John W. Scott, of ChapelHill Miss Folly Williams Mrs. Ray ({ j 4

N.C., will leave for a two-month cruise. The trip Miller, Mrs. Jack Morgan from I'SIS 1st QUALITYSEAMLESS. .
will Include the Greek Islands and a tour of Italy cli. Covlngton, Ky.,the guests of Mrs. 7\
Walter Sturdlvent. \ \ \
maxed by a visit with the Browns' other daughter, Mrs. ... \ I

Renata Padula. Mr. and Mrs. Padula live in Florence, Methodists Have '
Italy. DEMONSTRATION on how to take off a jacket will FASHION-RIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Caperton Burnam and their children But One Morning: be a part of the charm and modelling course to be 'Y'u' .

Kathy and Randy are here from Richmond, Ky., to visit Service SundayThe sponsored by the Woman's Club over the next eight AND FIT OF MOREEXPENSIVE LOOK\ '

Mrs. Burnam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Randolph Mason, last of the 8:45 a.m. weeks. Shown at left is Mrs. Lillian Murphree, Instructor

Kings Town Drive. services at the First KAthodlst of the course, and Mrs. E. A. Doug Hendry "
Church for this season was held
SURPRISE "POT LUCK" last Sunday. On Easter Sunday who will assist. (NEWS photo) \

Thursday guests at the Tropical Apartments gave there will be only the 11 a.m ; tt
a lovely pot luck supper in the garden as a surprise for service and the evening serviceat : tic

owner Mrs. Jennie Cappiello on her birthday. High. 7:30 p.m.Methodist. DISTINCTIVE Oniy8lcYOUR

light of the evening was the reading of the original poem Church FASHIONS

written for the occasion by Edward J. Hickey. "
Mr and Mrs. B. F. H. Thorward have returned fromSt. Group 4

Petersburg where they spent several days with friends. Meets WednesdayMembers S-T-R-I-T-C-H... "" ;

Entertaining the Thorwards were Mrs. A. Moore, Mr. of the Pastoral Re. COMPLETE PERFECT CONTOUR FIT I
and Mrs. Reynolds Whelan, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tucker. latlons committee of the First They 1'1I1If' to every movement, cling )
Methodist Church will meet immediately rti to every cu've, never wrinkle, bag rG1I
Since from 16th Avenue South to AlligatorLake
moving t
prayer meetingat RESORT or nag Sizes Petite. Average( Tall.
at Third Street, North, Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. McFar- the church tonight r

land have been busy showing off their new home and Robert the committee.Llndabury Other is membersare chairmanof I COMFORT WILT... (' 4

Naples. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Renke, who have spent Don LanderMn.Doyle Work. APPAREL 7-WAY STRETCH TOPS

the last 11 winters on Lido Key near Sarasota, were ingot, Mrs. John Wood and Eu. l r The ingenious knit of the top gives
gene Gandees. more comfort longer wear. In run-
the first with
among guests. They were so impressed
resistant with or clock plain. '-i.ll.
Naples they plan much more time here next year. Garnish a cooked beet salad t'
Other visitors were McFarlands' former neighborsin with orange segment the

Riverside, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Olin Rove; and Mr. flavor are compatible. You lan Flourishing in our fashion gar. DELUXE'PROPORTIONED...
use sliced, diced or julienne YOUR VERY OWN LENGTH
and Mrs. Lyman F. Higbee of Syracuse, N. Y., who nat beets, douse them with French den, fresh flower prints. We No woman has hard.to fit legs-with '

urally included Naples on their tour of golfing spots dressing and arrange them on lettuce cordially invite you to comein Isis nylons! Chrome the length that's
throughout Florida. before you add the jaminh. soon and take your pick right for you: short medium or long
If you like, add a little grated
The Mr. and Mrs. McFarland's granddaughter, Carol orange rind to the beets or the from the flower show of

(Continued oa page S) dressing. Dr.sses now, at FAMOUS KANTRUN...
LADIES 00000 nl\OOOOOOhelen\ ( burt n ))000 OOOOOOOOl Tiny in terJot ked stitches ere double.
FREE looped Even if one twin thread
TONITE THIRD STREET SOUTH nags, the other hold. flH-11,

Pest Time "1 1 / Do come in and browse there are to many thing Ca;

we want you to see our own design of Initialed l & k.Nlpl. 'Charyt-ie at CrmU..ffo iottm.
8:15ert mouser
sweaters church hat whimsical burlap totes
B4H lt Spices \tl/ .', < the beautifully jeweled bar by Collin of Tease
DOGRACES/ .-Mid-rafted jewelry: pool-slde shifts and them Florida
t exciting retort clothes for children at the
LITTLE COQUINA SHOP Beach Patio BidMI /. I Naples Shopping Center ? "
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THE LOW ROAD! Today InWashington

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Don't Leap Before You Look c k-rs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS news from Washington:
TOKYO (AP)-Prince Voshl, NO CHANGE The House re.
youngest jectod by a 75.68 vote
The gubernatorial race 1 Is beginningto cratic candidate save ONE has vigorously .1:.stir:: .:: son Emperor will Hlrohlto's marry Miss Hanako move led by silver state con.

be about as hot as a station stove at blasted the proposed Naples-Fort Tsugaru, on Sept. 30 shortly gressmen to provide $1.23 mil.

train time even though there Is stilla Lauderdale toll road, or "Alligator Alley"as before the Tokyo Olympics, the ver lion dollars for the coining of new sll.

full month to go before the primaries.Each it is now affectionately referred to Imperial announced today.Household The prince Agency, In sending the annual Treas.

of the candidates has supporters by Collier Countians, as a dangerous, 28, and the sports-loving Miss ury Post Office appropriationbill

lined up, and organizations of sorts, two-lane atrocity. Certainly THESE can- Hanako, 23, are to be formally House to Appropriations the floor last week Commit.the

In Collier County and quiet efforts are didates should "tear their shirts" to prom- engaged April 14. tee rejected the Treasury's re.

being made by these groups to corral ise four-laning of the two-lane portionsof NEW YORKPresident( ) quest to resume minting cart.

votes. No candidate, whether he wins, the Trail. xpo"FNr Johnson's choice for ambassa.dor wheels. The committee said the

loses or draws, can say that he got the We are not suggesting, or even implying V/01F 1 : erine to Elkus Denmark White says Mrs.she Kath.Is Denver should and concentrate Philadelphia on mints badly

cold shoulder In this area. that Collier Countians should give c Ei delighted the President Is ape needed smaller coins.

However, Collier Countians would be the back of their hands to those candidates pointing women to high posts in The floor effort to provide
funds for the first minting of
well! advised to take their time about who fall to come up with some government.The mother. ot two childrenand silver dollars since 1935 was

committing their votes to any particular rosy promises as to what they will do a grandmother of six re. made before the bill was passedby

candidate at this stage of the game.To for us if elected. The candidate who 91ht turned Tuesday from a Paris a 326.20 Senate.SATISF1ED roll .call vote and
International sent to the
date, no Issues of major importance makes the loudest promises isn't alwaysthe meeting Federation of of the University Woo

have been injected into the cam- man for the job but if It comes to men. : Sen. George A.

paign. There have been Innumerable "push and shove" between several Smathers D-Fla., said Tuesday
of Defense
Secretary Robert S.
promises on a multitude of thirds, but good candidates (and all of the current ger LONDON grandmother(AP) The of King McNamara has reassured him

political promises have a way of disappearing candidates seem to be good and worthymen Baudouln of the Belgians Queen "with respect to our" national

after the election unless theyare ) we contend that local best Interests Elisabeth has arrived In Lon. defense capabilities.
had asked for
don "for reasons of health. A Smathers an
firmly nailed down during the cam should be given some consideration.We Belgian Embassy spokesman explanation of how a Cuban hel.

paign. There should be some straighttalk note in the exchange newspapersthat wouldn't give any details about Icopter hijacked by two defectors .
what brought the 87. year. managed to fly Into Key
forthcoming during the next 30 some counties are organizing cam
old queen here from Brussels West, Fla., last Friday ap.
days, and that is the time! when local paigns of their own to extract promises Tuesday. parently without detection.

voters should be attentively listening.A from candidates that certain roads will McNamara called the Florida -
have visited be rebuilt LOS ANGELES (AP- senator, sent him a letter
couple of candidates or improved. This be
may tIIoRRIs11ii. Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor escaped and a r ran red a briefing
and spoken here, but it would seem desirable going a little too far, but such projects :.-. Injury Tuesday when her car Wednesday on the defense situ.

that all candidates be, preferably, sometimes result in an area getting some collided with another vehicle on atlon. Smathers said he now is

seen and certainly heard before a mighty handsome benefits.So :: _;J; ::"':: a slippery road near her Bel. confident "that this type of sit.
: "_..".,,.. .. .: Air home. uatlon" will not recur.
final selection is made by local voters. let's take our time and hear from

For instance, to the best of our all the candidates before placing our PET DOCTOR NEW ,YORK (AP) "]t's so SERVICE ACADEMIES: The
alive and It never sleeps," Is Pentagon civil rights chief said
knowledge not a single gubernatorial eggs (votes) In the basket of one can The World Today ByA.W.Moller.DVM. the latest description of New Tuesday there are only 32 Ne.

candidate has mentioned any plans for didate. York City The comment comes gro cadets among the 7,000 men
By JAMES MARLOWE from America's Junior Miss of at the Army, Navy and Air
four-laning any portions of the Tamiaml That's what this newspaper Is goingfo
Associated Press News Analyst QA 1964, Linda Felber, 18, of Col. Force academies because "lotsof
Trail that may be left over from the do before recommending one to its fax, Wash., who spent her first Negro youngsters just don'tdream

Bryant administration. Yet, every Demo readers. full day In New York Tuesday.She they have a chance.
_..m u _' __,..._ WASHINGTON (AP) Here. ons. There has been no agree. told newsmen she eventual. But the official Asst Secretary .
> ::i>;: "' '":'"x, >: > after all-out war Is unthinkable. ment on that, either ly hoped to go Into theater or of Defense Alfred B. Fitt,
u: : .. ,
On Monday Stevenson '
: President Johnson and Premier mgnt 1 work In anthropology, suggested that the planned expansion
Khrushchev are agreed on that. at Princeton suggested "the of the academies will
But saying so doesn't make It central trend of our times Is the uDi LOS ANGELES (AP)-tt took present new opportunities for
a fact, although It Is a good emergence of what, for lack of : Jackie Loughery a former Miss minority group youths.
talking point. a better label, might be calleda U.S.A., less than four minutesto Meanwhile Fut said, he has
Both sides have been talking policy of cease-fire and peace. get a divorce from Jack been trying to stimulate the
t .. . .. .. .. '
OPINION about It since the first of the ful change Webb along with $99,000 allmo.ny. Interest of qualified Negroes,
year. "I would suggest we may be Puerto Ricans, Mexlcan.Amerl.
The Johnson administration approaching something close toa The shapely actress com. cans and members of other minority
Acfctiory IJttr the fact apparently has adopted a policy world consensus on such a plained that Webb was marriedto groups-''people who traditionally

The Inner Man If you want your children to get ..1K of preaching It. Adlai E. steven. policy. We may have slipped 1m. his work as a television ac. have been left out of
son, U.S. ambassador to the perceptibly Into an era of peace. tor and director This "
,\ gINNI| lIallllul'tca"l'r;, \ always has fI"IIIl'tllill// t<> say: n p| ...>r one her to ;.1 few wire: On thc 'IV the radio\ and pitch on It two nights ago. John. Right behind him came John. was first the two same wives complaint Julie London, GRUENTHER Gen Alfred

say something the hi.ft. son followed up Tuesday. son Tuesday In a talk to an O. We have a eat 12 years and Dorothy Towne, used to get Gruenther retiring March 31
The Clinton (linn.) Ouiricr'NIMH: -The llrookt' (Vll.i.) Hulk-tin Khrushchev had so much to AFL-CIO group In Washington old. He has been raised on cat divorces from him. as president of the AmericanRed
say about It at the start of 1964 ,Je! suddenly departed from his food and lean b..'. I always Cross, has this advice for

that his few thousand well-chos prepared speech-all about his warm it if it has been in the re } 'h}+NnihltWirComedy : Americans
hopes at home-to talk about : : ;
en words took up almost. whole (frigerator. Ha has had spells inwhicH'his "Cherish self-dlsclpllne, edu.
others :' "' newspaper page. peace .and foreign :affairs. whiskers twitch r cation, Individual -wpensiblllfy
start to
say ITEMS'CLIPPED.FRCU/OTHER 'Last', .w 'Year's Eve he told He said: "The world as, It wasand and the spirit of voluntary work
PUBLICATIONSUNNECESSARY sand'' His hind *lm to becomeuteleti. Corner
every "coUntry"with which the the world as ItWare not' lag for the public good
Soviet Union has diplomatic re. the same anymore. Once upona He has (from one to Gruenther, 65, considered one
RITE latlons that no one but a mad.', time even large-scale wars twelve 10-second spells daily e.aalyr of the nation's outstanding sol.
Suggest Change For SocialSecurity I Should Charleston have debu- man could think of all-out war could be waged without risking mostly in the evening. He seems : :., 'i<'T,F,:W'1:roar dler-statesmen, said In an In*

tantes and ergo, a debutante anymore. the end of civilization but what healthy, has a good appetite, ?>< tervlew Monday he has a feel.
And No one has asked u" He proposed an international was once upon a time Is no races and down stairs and ;{ Ing that some American com.
I up
Unemployment when someone does. our agreement renouncing the use longer so-because general war munltles "have lost some of
plays a lot for his I hope
Is age.
impossible "
answer U ready. It It no. of force In settling International their zip.
Substantial dissatisfaction with two major partsof W* take our stand on purely disputes. This Is just about what Khru. you can tell me what is the matter I U.S.-CAMBODIAi The State

the current welfare programs, social securityand linguistic grounds, having done Not to be outdone In this shchev said No one but a mad. with him. Mrs. E, O. Barriaw/ Department says the United

unemployment insurance are being registeredby some research Into the word "peace offensive," Johnson answered man could think of all-out war Delaware, Ohio. States 15 continuing to reduceIts
"debut." It comes from the Old him the very next day, anymore. Johnson and Khru. A. Your cot It wndoubtadly having embassy staff and the num.
the nation's independent businessmen. In a Urdlo and means "to come saying "the time for simply shchev are agreed on that. sows sort of lit. Ai a cat gall older, hit ber of U.S. dependents In Cam.
53.48 cent feel there should be talking about peace has passed Trouble Is, they haven't agreed
survey, per no out almost literally, "to com nutritional r thongs. AI- bodla.In
limit out of hiding." -1964 should be a year In which on how to make sure. I. lr.n"u k addition, Ambassador
placed on income that can be earned by though me diet' you de.cri b* i par
It stems from the day when we take further steps toward adequate lor the average cat, ,= r Philip D. Strouse has returnedto
recipients of social security retirement payments, fearful their that goal." PO ET DOZ hilly the United States for medl.
parents have tpecial requiremenli
and 74.8 cent feel that young At that time Johnson didn'tanswer he may cal
per employes shouldbe reasons, leaving career dip.
womenfolk in the back parlor WHILE YOU'RE SMOKIN6! owing la hit age H. may need hosmoves
required to pay half the payroll tax for unem- until they were of an age anda directly some of the' If h. hoi been da-te.ed, or he lomat Herbert D. Spivack In

ployment insurance, instead of the employer pay- mind to cope on fairly even points The State raised Department by the had Russian.to do L j yrs. may require additional B vilomlni charge Strouse of underwent the U.S. Embassy.
terms with a hazardous world. Worms, heart dneaie, or dna., .. ol surgery
ing all at present.The some thinking about It first. But -- Thursday for a kidney aliment
That day, at a rough faded
heavy majority being registered, 74.8 per about 1880. guess of meanwhile the Union In message his Jan., Johnson 8 State the arteries. I wouldacommtnd ore among 16.eih.rpos.sibildi.s. a complete "Every time I walk in or least and Is expected to require at

cent to change the laws on the unemployment com All the young ladies we know said "Our ultimate goal Is I 0. physical chad.up by your .vet out they whistle!" three weeks for recuperation -

pensation payroll tax is perhaps being influenced, ere the. ace"nut"of and 10 or have thrrAboutlIIl'Imttillltll been since world without war." c erlnorlon, U.S.-Cambodian relations, already
The Is the mistress of
Then as U to reassure anyone press
reports Wilson Harder of the National Federationof until 'way pant midnight intelligence and Intelligence U strained have been
who fear he could berull.d
might Few
They need a formal Introduction things are more danger. toe mistress of the world.Benjamin harmed further by a South
Business the
Independent by public advocacy
by Russian soft-talk, ? ous than a train of thought that Vietnamese raid last week.'
by some In government to increase the numberof tn society About an Johnson said "we must be con. L It carries no freight Constant
much lessons .
need In
as they ,
weeks the worker draw stantly prepared for the worst, : : :': }I::!::: I
unemployed can unem- doing their hair dancing the constantly acting for the best." '. __.:'."'*'N_:: '
ployment benefits, which would increase the twist and tuning In their favorite Ten days later he answered (!L. ; .v -

payroll tax collected.The disk jockey.- Charleston (W. Khrushchev's New Year's Eve l; -GOO.SP.MA55-

nation's independent businessmen are not Va.) Dally Mall.WRITE message directly but hardly I 1:1': I TAL t AN.UNTO6ALANCtlllNt
. with optimism If it showed any. oommtII
. ..11- RA
opposed to Insurance but feel
unemployment they thing, It showed a meeting of
the minds wasn't close.
strongly that it should be a joint responsibility
congressman and senators For Instance In his 1. Old Testament 31 Stein L'vft. s e: R E N A. D E:
Nith the employe. In this way the employe would welcome your views Here's Johnson among other messageto things book 33. Decade ...1iI A fi' RULE D RemarksVERY
36 fully of how the for where to writ them 5. Leaked 35. Cotton -11IIII11II "-'-
cognizant money unemployment : he wanted to see cleared up In A DAN 0 5'I 6. ..
Rep Paul G. Rogers Room 10. Female seeder ...., .. .
compensation is raised. By being made lit House Office Bldg.. Washington various places, things that con. singer 37. Plant used D t V I S I 0 H A 6 T ..._. ': ...::: ::;U

\ contributor, employes are much less likely to be DC. flitted desires with Khrushchev Russian Interests said that or 12. Brleve In dyeing A. V E 5 N A F L 0 E VAGRANT THOUGHTS

in favor of proposals to keep raising the'tax rate St>n. Spmsard 1... Holland. Room Formosa belongs to Red China 14. Still 39. Flax fiber G ENS. A TAL A V A
;o increase welfare benefits. 421, Senate Office Bldg.. Washing- and the United States should 13. Soda 41. Company: E R U A. N t M 0 R A. L
ton. D.C. 16. Underworld abbr. STEM ERA M 'R I What in the world
back off It and which would
After all, it isi just human nature to vote for Srn. t George A Smuthert Room r 42. From Collier Naplesand

ilgher benefits and higher taxes if somebody else 4113 Nrw Senate Off ue BldgUxhinslon ., would American mean ally,abandoning Generalissimo the 18. Stitch 43. Irving SOLUTION Of YISTEKDAr'S PUZZLE ter Norris County do without Les-
\ DC. 20. Definitely character and others who
: Kai-shek. feel the
the bill. Chiang
paying 8.
.. .. .. .. .. .. not 45. Roman same deep affection for
-AtcHlaon (Kant ) Glob Naturally, from the American Silver 1... Pungent 9. Warehouse the commu-
view Johnson wouldn't buy any 21. garments Moths 11. Roman nity as he and Mrs.
2. Norris
do? You
47. Aston
.. Teach em, Don't Bus 'em'"Teach of that. And, while he agreed .2"2.symbol Male sheep 49. Kiwi 3. Atop bronie can bet your bottom sou that local
with Khrushchev's"
centraT 12. Relative
'em, don't bus 'em" said worth the uprooting. The New theme of peace, he outlined 24. Marble- 51.. Tape 4.5. Pigpen Fishing device pronoun yokels (Cof which are one ) would

signs carried by parents in a different York parents claim not to oppose some areas where he wanted $6.polisher Metal end 52.measure Poignantly 13. Tatterdemalion have to dig a lot deeper into their

kind of march the other day. integration but only the more artificial the Russians to lay off. 28. Humorist 55. Entangle 6. Word of change pockets than they now do.
Three days lat.r. Jan. 21, the 17 Witnessed
And we could not but sympathizewith means of achieving it. The United States went Khrushchevone 30. Alcoholic 56. Bushy choice 19. Open boaI *****4*Jl*******'It' e.
their feelings as with thoseof question for the country is what better by proposing the big liquor clumps 7. LivelinessW

parents who see their children should be considered "artificial," powers freeze the numbers and a r of I 11 t 23. Dolly Have you noticed the fare offered -
discriminated against in certain in view of the problems and circumstances types of their big nuclear weap. I + I I...B. 25. Insect on Jukeboxes these days ? We

schools. Can parents be expected to in various localities. :: '' '' I" : IIO I /I 27 Chewing happened to do so the other
cheer at the prospect of those chil- Another question not only in _..hf""",*\,<\,: ', ':j\, oZ";, 1 |29. Receive and recognized only two day
7t II :.<: 1+ Ilf names -
dren who are secure in neighbor. New York but elsewhere, is COLLIER COUNTY NEWS '. '2. Predatory Elvis Presley and The

hood schools being involuntarily whether racial imbalance in itself MICHAEL 16 11 J J fish would have to be Beatles ( one
PubllihtrTHOMAS deaf
transported to others for the. sake contributes to the poorer educationin HAVER. Anoclata Editor 34. Negative blind not dumb and
of racial desegregation? imbalanced schools. It is one of Published : except Monday 1/ U U a4 36. Proboscis to recognize those )
..yar': 37. It
and the afternoon Cleansing Made
by us
Certainly parents such as the the questions occupying a blue- mighty sad that the
the Collur I County Publuhing' Co. to 17 u W U :iIiIi agents
10,000 to' 15.000"who marched in ribbon state commission in Massa. Inc..,. 741 fIt,Twelfth. 13940, Mail Avenue.dd.South." P, Napl O.< ,.; 4 38. Sorceress present crop of youngsters probably
New York the other" day -havens chusetts. The result of its study Boa \m. s I IL ( n !. r. U I'. 40. Universe have no idea Who Kay Kyser Glen

much right to demonstrates as those could provide guidelines for the department Telephone Midway 12107 for all 3T .. T 44. Taro paste Gray the Dorsey Brothers ,
J7 sB I' Ben Ber-
who seek to dramatize the cause'ofintegration. ptibliq ai Well as the schools.It Subscription. .Ratal .fJ: lof' 46. Boys.collocj..: nie Husk O'Hare and his Genial

is, of bourse; contrary to humanity By curter or mall, payable In t of' ... /. U... 48. Afternoon Gentlemen of the Air Orrin
Yet. unless the status quo is to be to open or dost ischoqljto.. ad"anc.. E snack Tommy Tucker Tucker,
One Yaar "!), Six Month |7 SO 47 of' 01) so Cab Calloway
maintained, someone somewhere is a child simply because of his race.It Thru MQ"""" $3 -S. i 50. Social Miller Glen
going to have to make sacrifices for remains to be seen whether equal '.. M.mbfr, el Tha Auocla: *'d Pra.., Sa Sf Sf- Insect their etc. are or have heard
wntali aicluaivtly to th .
someone else. .The integrationistwould educational opportunities can be ute for ..",'Ioe.t,... ol all local' 53. Transportation grand music Nobody can tell
argue that for the child the provided by teaching 'em without wall new.. at hems all printed AP new In this dsp.tcMeEnl.r.d paper a* S s .. 16 54. Astronaut's: abbr. us the the "old days" in Music were not

experience of integration would be busing 'em. a. second data matte at best. IMagine nOt
I th. Pot Offiea, .t Naples Florida, ,, 26 'I". *' "... ..??., word Kay knowing who
for time Kyser
Monitor is ?
M Christian Science under Act of March 3 1(1)'

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,,,srNaples f ( Yt Periodic Wrdnmday.. March 23, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

I irJJ: 0 0" ; Cancer Urge X-Ray Of
Bridge for ,f. ", :1' I

: i.{;:h::,! Women Over 40 THE NAPLES I


U...... ..I.., oW" att. ,. _c.. ...-.asM,+swtar Periodic X-ray examinations
--- ?
of all women over 40 were urged Notebook
EXTRA TRICKS COUNT West holds the Dtamond-King, t"" ,;'. !. today as the only means of cut.
-" .
None vulnerable South deals that suit will NOT break. Since ti :" .J" ting the "grievous" toll from

NORTH East led the Heart fourth highest, q' breast cancer. Continued from _-3,
$-A J 13H and since the law of averages } ', co:; ''" ., Dr. Jacob Gershon.Cohen of
D-Q'3-A I 4 thus places only three Heartsat '. '" the Albert Einstein Medical Cen.

C-A I K S West, and since West playedthe ter, Philadelphia, made the pleain
WEST EAST art-King on Dummy's ",': addressing the sixth: annual Lynn Scott, who visited here last summer, has announcedher
S-0 I 10 I} S-7 singleton, George must "guess"that '1'' seminar for science writers engagement to William Carter II. The wedding will
H-K Q p j0111y11 the best break may be to sponsored by the American Can.
D-K314 010,43SOUTH try for the Spade finesse. I cer Society. take place June 20th in Mattituck, L. I.

C-4 2 First step is to clear up all lie said that at present, about Last week the McFarlands with Mrs Maynard Schryver -
&-1< four good Clubs. Alert to 95 per rent of all breast cancersare
-.t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Messmer helped Mrs. Charles
HHIDAJ signals, George notes that West '\ first detected by patients
C-q J i lO 7' discards hlJo in Diamonds. This :" themselves, and that at the time Wilson celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson,

would seem to place the Dla. : they are spotted, GO per cent of who have been at their home on 16th Avenue, South,
January 31 was Master Point mond-King in West's possession. .i:' ,\ "c" .. them already have spread be.
Night at the Naples Duplicate With five tricks in, he now startson -:.. yond the breast to the armpits. for two months, leave tomorrow for Chicago.

Bridge Club; two eefUons with the Spades. In Dummy with the Thus, he said, available cura. Mr. and Mrs. I I. N McKenzie! formerly of BloomfieldHills
ten tables at our "Yellow"group, final good club, he comes up with .' tlve methods-.uch as surgery-
'. .. \ Mich., in their home Third
'II are North
all playing the Board 27 must rat. the Spade-9. This Is the KEY .... .. "" '.\ are forfeited In approximately ,
ed. above. Six of the ten N.S play. West let's it ride and the : : .. :.; 50 per cent of all cases. and plan to be in Naples most of the year. For the
\ ,' ;.
Pairs TRUMP arrived at THREE NO Spade-9 Is GOOD I This shouldbe ,, "d : ,- '' '>; ,,.I"'i+ "It is my belief," he said, summer months they will go to Leland, on Lake Midv
only two made "that
; the all. ; ''i periodic X.ray examlna.
construed "
defensive 1'
as '
a ere "' '
important extra trick for a tie ror Li judgement." Had West : :- < '., .f/' ., lions of women over 40 years of igan. Thursoay their son Craig, a senior at "Ole Miss,"

top, In match points. The sue come up with the Spade-10, N-S .. : 4' ,, 'f age can alter this, .grievous. will arrive for spring vacation.
cesiful players were George could make or.ly three Spades ,'., it''td: t"I j ... >," \. \ .\ A ;\i. t. j.. ;, situation." Recently the McKenzies entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, teamed up with Helen Instead of four. George next :"wte: ::'> c.\" .. '....:/ # Describing a survey of his own
Franklin, and the Yates, guests goes to the Dummy's Spade-King he said that among some 1,150 Henry Woolfenden. They were en route from Michiganto
from Roanoke, Va. Bidding by and after cashing that to note IT'S SAND CASTLE time for these beach. View looks north, with mod. women having breast X.ray ex. vacation in Puerto Rico.

like the thl.Smith-Franklin" pair went East shows out, the Spade sltua. youngsters at Lowdermilk Park in Na ern beachfront apartment buildings amlnatlons at six month inter Mr. and Mrs Vaughn Crile, 16th Avenue, South,
tlon Is now like this: vals, 31 cancers were discovered
pies. Note large number of shells stretching into distance.to who consider themselves 'rounders back
lielen W H.Geo.e E on among 29 patients, Including two year- are lust
IC Pev 3NT (All p.u) RAwESr J women who had cancer of both from Washington, Pa. They combined business with the

Since for a THREE NO TRUMP S-0.10 Easter Buying sell more goods People have. Gets 10 Days, Fine breasts.In pleasure of seeing their children and grandchildren.
response, the count system re- SOUTH fewer worries and more confidence all Instances, the cancerous _
(shires! responder to have a balanced 1-1 J Helped By Cut In the future, he said, and For Slugging Of growths were very small, and
hand with 16.18 In high As you can see, North Is In are spending accordingly spread to the armpits had oc. Inflammation Of space Medicine, Brooks Air
cards, the call t:%: North was control of Spades. No matter In Income Tax Most of the money, as usual, School PrincipalNEW curred In only 10 cases-far few. Force Base, Tex., have said
correct and routine. So let's how West plays, with the next NEW YORK (AP) Easter is going into apparel for the IBERIA, La. (AP) er than usually would be en.countered Inner Ear Given Glenn suffers from a disturb.
see how that valuable extra trick lead coming from South to North, buying appears headed for a Easter parades. George Mouton, sentenced on among a comparablegroup : r, ance lit the equilibrium centersof
was brought home East, In the George has a Spade.Ace and Jackas record, helped by a boost from An Associated Press survey of charges of slugging a high of women who had not the Inner ear, but the ailment
lead, has a choice of Hearts a couple oUakers.The final to. the Income tax cut. major cities indicated the buy. school principal in a dispute ov. been X.rayed regularly, he said. As Glenn Ailment had not been named before.
top-of.sequence, or fourth highest tal shows 4 Spades, 1 Heartl Dla. Merchants say most of the ef. ing trend Is up in most areas er his son's haircut, has aban. Glenn, a candidate for the
of that suit. The opening lead Is mond and 4 Clubs. Congratula. feet of the tax reduction Is psy. "On a day for day basis we doned plans to appeal. Robert AdamsTo CLEVELAND, utuo (AP)- Democratic nomination for U.s.
the latter, Heart 7. George tions to the Smlth-FrankllnTeam chologlcal because taxpayers are beating sales recorded the The ailment which has kept Lt. senator from Ohio, was injured
takes this with his Ace. The and also to the Yates. haven't realized much as yet in same number of days before Mouton had announced that Read PoemsRobert Col. John II. Glenn Jr. hospital. when he slipped on a bath mat
Heart situation now appears grim How about the remaining four the way of savings. Easter last year," said Geoffrey he would appeal his conviction. Adams, Naples poet beeS since Feb. 26 Is an Inflam. in his Columbus apartment and
and everything seems to dependon 'N-S bidding pairs? One underbid Shopping cot off to a rather Swaebe, president of the May City Judge Ward Tilly fined laureate, will be featured on the matlon of the inner ear called struck his head Just below the
a finesse In Spades or In Diamonds. to stop at 2.Spades, made four) fast start because Easter fallsso Co. department stores of Los the service station operator$100 Naples Writers' Forum of the labyrlnthltls, the Cleveland left ear In the fall. At that time
If West holds the Spade. one overbid at 4 No Trumpwent early this year, and was reported Angeles. "We are looking for. and sentenced him to 10 days In air aj 6:36 o'clock tomorrow Plain Dealer reported today. the injury was described simplyas
Queen, that suit might break If down one trick. The payoff in- picking up steam as the ward to the Impact of the tax jail Tuesday. night instead of the regular panel Doctors at the School of Aero a brain concussion.
Mouton's Glenn 15
cut being very good. son, was
faulty bidding shows_ up twice; holiday approached.In discussion. Ha will read his
home last week becausehis
two ,N-S Pairs gambled at SIX New York, J. Gordon Grandfatherod I\I! the temporary hair did not conform to poem "Easter Morn" and other TO ORIVI THAT TRI1I1., :i"pat ;\
NO TRUMPI! A mlgtity poor gam. Daklns, executive secretary of poems of an Inspirational na.
office New Iberia School
Airport buildings in Washington is High regu. ft
blel One pair was doubled, the National Retail Merchants s yellow brick one on the Mall lit Ions for an approved length. ture in keeping with the Holy Gives ME arnars ;
went down three tricks for a Association, said reports from Built in 1856) it first served as His father slugged John Me. Week season. Jackie Hearth will ttA
minus 5001 Which again seemsto around the country indicated a Introduce Adams. h ffu wr.
.8 the District of Columbia Armory Graw, the principal. /.8'r
!S I cent last
that In Duplicate trying per gain over year
prove Since it his been a Civil War .. *tT.
for a risky slam is for the birds! although snows, floods and tor. --.i | uf ''ClillSE I'M Ifif-SWE
nadoes hampered shopping in hospital, a museum warehouse ;
some areas. an aquarium a motionpicturestudio : IrJ f Read the Want Ad I t
By JOHN E. ZATE Rocket DisplayIncomparable Dakins said the tax cut was an office building and a ; i FLY lVIPiEsl1*/N&\,?
Last Friday was undoubtedly one element making it possible government paint shop. ;
the "big day" of the season, _
Says -- -- -- --
and In all probability the turn.
tog point In the flow of traffic Lady Bird Johnson "

this year. All Naples.Mlami HUNTSVILLE, Ala., (AP) A _
flights were operated with at Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson says :
least sections > .
two plus eight she has never seen anything .
charter flights out of Miami to comparable to the thundering,
Naples and other points In South. of rocket
flre*belching display
ern Florida. The flying activity engines designed to take men to VALUE 7'
started at 7:30 In the morning, the moon.
and did not end until 4:00 a.m. Holding her fingers to her
the next morning, when John ears and wearing a white hel.
Van Arsdale brought In the last met, she witnessed Tuesdaythe
flight with the piper 'Apache.. static test.firing of first.
This day just about blended stage Saturn' and Ft engines
into Saturday, with a Lockheed that each produce 1.5 mil.
departing Naples at !5:00 a.m. lion pounds of thrust.
for a pick-up In Tampa. Weather The President's wife, on an SAL
posed a small problem for this inspection tour of the Marshall 21 Gallon Floating lantern f'a rp
early flight, but all others were Space Flight Center, declaredthe I Adr r
operated with no delay and the size and complexity of the With Red Blinker .
adverse conditions were well marvelous machines of space I GARBAGE CAN l
clear of Florida shortly afternoon would be Impressive to any ,
on Saturday. Traffic from viewer "and I am no excep.
here on out now Is booked much tlon."
heavier on the Naples Miami The first lady combined her NOW Wo Reserve The Rlsht To Limit Ou.nlti.4l
flights, with little demand for inspection tour of the space cen. I
seats into Naples. ter, a luncheon reunion with *
Charter flights during the week Alabama relatives and got In .937
were operated to West Palm quite a lick of politicking in a im EACH VISIT ALL

Beach, Sarasota, DeLand. Talla. 13.hour trip to the South. 05i Sale DEPARTMENTSCompare
nassee, Tampa, and Boca Grande She said her husband's long. FOR VALUES!
in addition to 13 alr-taxlsbetween time Interest in space promptedher the galvonlaed. $2 97
Miami and Naples. visit and It brought nos. finish on this gorbago NOW ONLY ,. Vatat\
Among the 312 passengers rid. talgic reminders of childhood StartsThursday Bottor
Ing Naples.Miami last week were summers spent here. can with others selling I H..vy duty air pur pot* linttrn. HOUSEHOLDBROOM
Mr and Mrs. James Briggs, She praised Alabama and the for much morel) Unb'.bl., w.,., r'n''I'ent. four
Mr and Mrs. Vaughn Crlle, Bill South, for their part In making w.y twitch. Unbriihlbl*

Zimmerman, Mrs. A.R. Staley, America "a space-faring nation 6 Volt ry"EE+. ,9:5c: A.M. /I
Mr and Mrs. John Slater, Mrs. that will lead the world in space 4
H.L. Bradley, John Martin, Mr. research and development for 77rACH
and Mrs. James Sherwin, Rudolf peaceful purposes" TAk MUO MOW TO nORIDA7flIDIOO. s "i1'i1" '
Roman, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan .
Don't He A Littrrbun
Pettlnglll. ___n_ __. Even Jeers Value
-' Buy
-- RODOV m Tedayt .

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: In the dugout and center Associated Press Sports Writer

Far be it from me to yen.. weakly and only at night. New field Is a swamp, but the new r' Six years ago major league [ PORTJ
ture from sports Into in.i Orleans and Little Rock arfstnl", home of the New York Meti Is scouts, check books wide open,
going to be ready for the base flocked to Dave Nicholson for
diplomacy but I am j'' able, but those stations haveto his signature Last season .
about ready to suggest that the fight to get their signals ball season.
Most of the 55,000 seats are American League pitchers,
Organization of American States through. When the AM band was
Already bolted In place In the mouths watering scurried to the NEWS Wednesday March 25. 1964
coordinate Its efforts with our set up away back when,there was 8 COLLIER COUNTY
mound for his next strikeout.His .
five tiers of stands. The Infield
Federal Communications Commission plenty of room for the few sta.
and restore some semblance tlons on the air at that time. grass Is growing, Bulldozers are signature was expensiveand
of order to churning In the outfield, filling only one scout got It, but
the AM radio It'. crowded now.
band. _. in the mud puddles. his strikeouts came cheaply and Probers Quiz Listen'sFinance

During the football and basket. "We'll be teady. The parking Just about every pitcher who
And the scores went up another
ball seasons I like to listen to lots, the escalators the restau. faced him got them. For he
notch In college basketball this
rants the drinking fountains the fanned a record 175 times, or
broadcasts ,
of football station ,
on season thanks to the
past playing field-all ready by April once every 2.8 times at bat. Aide On Deals
of and basket rew rule stopping the clock on 17," said Rack Praejer, a partner The 1964 season may not be
ball games. But there Is hardly a all out.of.bounds situations.Many
any different for the Chicago
in the and architectural
domestic radio station on basketball fans arebecomlngdls- engineering White Sox' 24.year.old strikeout By W. B. RAGSDALE JR. Cherry said two weeks ago he
firm that Shea
the band that does not have to enchanted with the modern game Stadium designed artist, but at least he's starting Associated Press Sports Writer was surprised to learn during
compete with a booming Latin. and Its boxcar scores. WASHINGTON (AP>-Senate talks with the Internal Revenue
The result will be a combination off the spring in an uncharacteristic :*
accent voice from somewhere in Statistics for the season Just of the worst baseball teamin rdr .,,a wt manner. Investigators turn today to Son. Service about profits from the
the Caribbean. The problem is ended show that playing time the National League 10th a His elghth-lnning two-run trip. ny Listen's financial adviser for fight that Jack Nllon was re.

specall! ; bad 1 at night. was Increased by more than five twice and favored to be 10th le that powered the White Sox) an explanation of why the for. celvlng 50 per cent of Liston's

Some of the dlliiculty here, of per cent by stopping the clock again- nd what appears to be i to a 4.1 exhibition victory over mer heavywelghtwelght champl. purse as a fljhter.

course, results from geography. that formerly kept going when the the finest baseball stadium ever the Los Angeles Dodgers Tues., on signed away promotion prof. He said Liston already was
Napta Is a straight shot :jy w.! ball changed hands on violations. built. day was his fifth hit in the last its from.nl. fights and apparent.ly paying 10 per cent to his man.

tel from many points in Central So the games took longer to There Isn't a post In the place. four games. got nothing in return. ajer of record, George Katz

America and the Caribbean Islands play and scoring went up seven Every seat Is pointed at second The hits Include two home The stock in Intercontinental Cherry said last December

Radio signals carry bet. per cent. The new rule was im. base, or the 50.yard.llne for foot. runs and two triples and brought Promotions, Inc., brought others Llston signed away 27!! of his !500

ter across water than over land. posed "to lend more consistencyto ball. The Jets of the American his average to .258 for the $100,000 In dividends from LIs. shares of stock In Inter-Con
Nearly all the domestic stations out.of.bounds situations. which is considerably ton's title fight last month with tlnental, apparently without get.
Football League will also play spring,
win ar,. s .called 50000.watt It also requires an official to han. here, higher than his .210 lifetime Cassius Clay and may be more ting anything In return, to Sam
"clear channel" stations haveto die the ball after every error, mark valuable in the future. Mar foils.
The box) seats all swing on
send their signals over land, a meaningless and time rails to new positions for foot Even more ominous for opposition The adviser, Jack Nllon, also He Identified Margolls as a

and much of the power Is lost consuming procedure when the ball. The operation takes about hurlers, though, is his de. Is expected to be asked about Philadelphia vending machine

over these 1 lm* overland distan violation occurs in the offensive 10 to IS! minutes. dining strikeout rate. In 31 appearances his contract with Liston which operator who had "helped Lls.
team's front court. him the !50 ton when he was down" and them
ces.FCC The worst seat in the house Is at the plate he has gave manager's per
regulations limit wattage Letting the clock run after better than most seats in other fanned five times a rate of one cent share of the purse while an who brought LIston to the
of domestic stations to 50,000. errors caused no trouble for any. 6.2 times at bat. Liston already had another man. Nllons to organize Inter-Contl.
stadiums, and more colorful. every
South of the border there are Wonder what the rulesmak. rental.
one. his ability to miss the ager.
The seats are painted In shadesof / > Despite
stations four and five times as era will come up with for next blue ball more than he hits it, Nichol. Nilon and his brother, Bob, Later, Margolls signed over
.fjl. It '. green, orange and yel. S !50 of his shares to Salvatore
powi appt'I'1; 1\ jovern. season? low. It AMk' n son is likely to remain in Chi.case's were scheduled to testify as the

meet reins on these outfits are There are no bleachers.And aa outfield a long time. The Senate Antitrust and Monopoly Avena, a Philadelphia Attorneywho
nut as tight in Latin America, Baseball observers Inquire as a subcommittee resumed hearingson had figured In the forma
Sox recently placed
and of course they are not legal1 to the need for the welter of fans who for can't the next stand two to years watch, _.. _- H ... ... _..+ A- i g- --- White$750,000 price) tag on him, or circumstances surroundingClay's tion of Inter-Continental, Cher.

1)1) obligated to refrain from In. sta&tlcs surrounding their game CHAMPIONSHIP AIM strikeout. Feb. 25! victory over Lis. ry said.
the Mets Florida $4,285.71 a
any more can always Denny Lyons, State
terferlng with clear channel and Its players. But, as a recent ton on a controversial technical Cherry said he checked with
"Nicholson has the greatest
,>peratlons north of the border. magazine article points out, take one of the 21 escalators out University golfer, Is shown practicing for the first of today knockout. Jack Nllon to see U the transferto
and watch the World's Fair potential anyone playing
The resulting havoc' on the baseball of all sports is susceptible across the street. annual Florida Invitational and Intercollegiate Golf ," said Manager Al Lopez. The subcommittee headed by Margolls was legitimate and
AM band Is a situation that the to being the object of sta. ,. Sen. Philip Hart, D.Mlch., seeksto went ahead when Nllon okayedIt.
i HimMMnMaBWMM Bit M Championship at Cape Coral April 24. FSU will be "He could bust out anytime.
OAS tulftht look Into. It seems tlstlc Ian s.Baseball. games, play by play, an adding determine whether federal .
rather ridiculous to try to tune Is basically a repe. machine professor has declaredthat one of seven state schools and three out-of-state In exhibition action, the New regulation Is needed for profes. He said he didn't call Liston

I L'Hlsvllle's' :50,000; watt tltlve situation of batter vs pit. the sacrifice bunt Is a poor teams competing in the 72-hole medal play eventon York Meta nipped the New York slonal boxing because the fighter didn't un.

le-ir-channel station over the La. cher, while other sports have an move. A runner has almostas the 6,726-yard Cape Coral Golf Course. Yankees 1.0 on Frank Thomas' Another phase of the hearing derstand financial matters and
ill 'hatter of at least two sta. endless number of outcomes to good a chance of scoring from .eighth-Inning single Bob Gibson is aimed at learning whether to call him would have been a

i-l I"i ';' I rulil close by on any given situation Diamond first base with nobody out, a* helped pitch St. Louis to a 12.3 List on's underworld ties, revealed waste of time
tl 1\1\11.1.\ fans just will have to learn to from second base with one out, Charley Billing, a 20-year-old Howard Decides victory over Kansas City. in previous sessions have At the time Cherry said he

Detroit Is ImpOSSible to get live with the figures. no matter who bats next, the catcher signed by the CincinnatiReds ; Ball San Francisco edged Cleve.been severed. knew of no consideration Liston

'Imp. Fort Wayne tamps In, After analyzing thousands of man says blg-Uaguemanagers farm system, was an all- Not To Quit ; land 9.8 with the aid of Orlando Garland D. Cherry, a Chester, received for handing over the

follow through, you may see pit. state football player an all-city Reports FridayVERO Cepeda's three-run homer in the Pa., attorney, told the subcom. stock, although he heard laterit
chers spend more time in bat. basketball player and state first Rookie Rich Allen clubbed mlt tee" Tuesday hbw Inter-Con went to Margolls for bringing

At Pedro's The Largest ting practice, or else many more champion shot putter at DePorres BEACH (AP) Now two home runs in Philadelphia's tinental was organized to pro. Liston to the Nllons and setting
pinch.hit situations High School in Cincinnati, that Frank Howard has decidednot 7.1 triumph against Cincinnati. mote Llston's championship up a deal to give Liston part of

Selection of Men's and Young to quit baseball, everyone Is Pittsburgh made four errors, fights and give Liston a share of the promotion profits.
wondering how the .foot.7 .lug. which helped Milwaukee to a 3.1 the promotional profits. He estimated that the stock

Men's Shoes in Southwest FloridaAT ger will be treated by his Los victory. Washington won Its Cherry secretary of the firm Liston signed over brought In

PLAY BETTER GOLFBy Angeles Dodger teammates and third straight game 8.3 over De. controlled by Bob Nllon and his $100,000 In profit from the LI.

rival National League clubs. troit. Camllo Pascual permittedJust other brother, Jim, said Listen ton-Clay fight and would bring

Tommy Armour "Knowing ball players, most one hit in five innings as was given 50 per cent of the In even more from Clay's next

PRICES of our team will welcome him Minnesota downed Houston 6.0. firm's stock, He insisted that no fight
with open arms," commented Rain canceled the game between other fighter ever before had Under a secret agreement,

YOU CAN AFFORD! B. coraful-th.n hit Car. Improve Cam Dodger vlce-presldmt Fresco Boston and the Los Angeles An. been given a share of these prof. signed at the same time as the
Liston .
Thompson.uTI.ey know he gels Its. Clay fight contract,

nPHft GOLFER who U: practicing might help them earn World Se. Cherry said that Jack Nllon Cherry said Inter Continentalhas

MEN'S indoors in the winter always! rles checks again The longest run from scrimmage became Llston's business adviser the right to select Clay,
I "There may be a few who re. during the 1963 National Football and the fighter relied heavilyon first opponent as champion and
should have ball to hit off
EASTER DRESSSHOES ( / a plastic sent the fact that he originally League season was Jimmy Nllon's advice. Cherry said to promote the fight, with Clay .

a folded newspaper or thin magazine wanted to quit and has missed Brown's 80-yard jaunt for a touch it was his Impression that LIston accepting 30 per cent Instead of ,

bO the floor covering won't be injured almost four weeks of spring down during Cleveland' victory had almost no understanding of the customary 40 per cent for a

From 5699 ling> a practice ball he (or she) gets "get ready In a hurry big boy. nay received $50,000: for this

in lie habit of being careful., Carefulness If you don't, you're letting us promotion right, Cherry said,

means improvement in every down." The Dogs t Bon ita I but admitted that InterCon.tlnental .
Thompson admits that all the wouldn't have permitted '
When 1
ALSO game. was a lad in Scotlandand ;
publicity concerning Howard's LIston to sign for the fight If w
Good selection of golf, boat, tennis and England learning from Vardon, undefined personal prob. Laredo Miss Mar, John Ing for No. 11 tonight In the Clay hadn't agreed to It.

canvas for your sport & casual wear. Duncan, Herd and others of the lems may subject him to a cor. Woods' black girl, will be try regular Grade A 10th "Hot Box" He said Liston was not a par.

great ones of those days our practice tale amount of abuse from the ing for her fourth straight "Hot feature. The Laredo Miss has ty to the agreement and was w\.

wu while we were playing rather fans If he has a poor season. Box" victory and her 11th win been In the money a total of 19 aware of It, even! though he had

30% & 40% Off On All -- than on the practice tees that the Howard agreed Tuesday night of the season tonight at the times In 21 starts, while the signed It.
LuggageDirect United States brought into golf. to report here for training on Naples Fort Myers Kennel Irishman has made It 22 of 24

From Factory' '7, Every shot we hit in practice in the I Friday and manager War Al. Club. Action at the track Is outings and Rocky Mink has 115 FROM
stan believes the club's leading scheduled to begin at 8:15: with been In there }4 times in 23 tries.ENTRIES .
old country was thoughtfully hit COCOA Fla. (AP
home.run hitter can work him. the first of 11 outstanding races Manager
instead! of bring banged out hap self Into shape within 10 days. Miss Mar, J. W. 's Irishman Harry Craft of the Houston Colt
hazardly. and Mink tied for the first' Grade C l/ll ,45s had an easy task finding
That means he would be ready Rocky ate
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Greatest Of Cage Coaches :_ \: German Finds Wednenday. March Z5, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9"" *

: Cuban CommunismIs 100 Years Ago '..

Would Rather Be Teacher t More Casual
HAVANA (AP-A cool north. Red
west wind sweeps a lOOP' of the Campaign
By BOB HOODING ever played tor," says one play. Moscow newspaper Izvestia
Associated Press Sports Writer ere "But I wouldn't play for under the feet of the few tour.
BOSTON (AP)-Like to be the anyone else. He's a dictator, yet Ists on Cuba's famous. Varadero .
most successful coach In profes. none of us ever suffered wrongly Beach Begins In Louisiana
tonal basketball history? at his hands." The heav, choking odor of
Arnold (Red) Auerbach-self. In 13 previous years as Cel. Russian tobacco hangs over -
assured owner of the label- tics' boss, Auerbach has guidedsix leather chairs in the lobby of D\ LOX SAVAGE way, leading his 11,000 men In a
would rather be a schoolteacher. NBA champions and a run. the Hotel Varadero Internarlon. During the hue months of hasty 70-mlle retreat through
Driven by a fierce desire for ner-up. The athletes he drivesare al, Through the swaying palmson March, 181,4>, while big changes pine woods toward Ehreveport.
success, the cigar smoking whip fond of victory as the man a starlit March night, a huge were In tie making In Washing. Gen. E. KIrby Smith, commanderof
hand behind Boston's six National who still delights in luring self red star blinks on the hotel ton, Gen. Nathaniel Hanks under. the Confederacy's: departmentof
Basketball Association styled handball and tennis ex. roof took a new Federal campaign that the Mississippi, was firing
championships is many thingsto ports Into matches and trounc. 'P' On the eastern outskirts of was destined to become a his. off messages calling for support.

many people He Is calleda Ing them. .. ".. Han,:a 4n their own ''ghetto"k torlcal Hop Gen. Sterling Price In Arkansaswas
dictator, tactical genius, ref. Auerbach contends all pros !c.: .: s ra|>er-live Russian and It was the famous "Red Itlver to send 1,000 troops; more
eree-balter, frustrated actor. are ex-college stars used to be. !, r a.ty 1 East Kurottfan technicians, en. Campaign," designed to reduce were called in from Shreveport
But a teacher? Never. Ing pampered so "you have to .; '. t:. glneers and experts the state of Louisiana, restore and surrounding territory.
That's how little Is known take a strong position so that tl..; ".... \): .. .... These are symbols of Soviet the Union lag over Texas and As March ended, Banks began
about the man whose 18 !NBA they know you're the boss. Then ; \ "'., \: J.r .. '.' Influence In Cuba. There are recommence the now tvf cotton pushing farther up the river,
seasons, nearly 1,400 and .... -. -. .\: from Texas to the North.Author. where a long line of well pre.
games you have to keep gently remind. ''' '''' .y It. ';!ri '. : : ''\ -\< others Communist trucks and
over 890 victories are all.tlme ing them." :t\. '::1' -.01'." .,Ii"'.'r.Ve wA. to r.. ." buses, an occasional Soviet Itles In Washington promoted pared Confederates awaited.
'; ,' ,;,. oi\ the plan, and Banks dutifully set
The Auerbach rule book calls .... '. '> made patrol boat equipped with
"1 love teaching Red ..:.a.'L 'NljP1.W:: ._"JIi. IJ ,, out to execute it. Shortage
con. tor suPerb conditioning no re. -- .. ... ....-....- rockets along the northern
Jesses from under the fading, marks about opponents which coast, Cuban soldiers and mill On March 10, therefore, the
receding fringe of hair. "If the may backfire as ammunition MOTHER FISHES, and daughter throws shell "dike" that marks the location of tlamen with East bloc weapons. campaign opened when a fleet of Worrying Reno

Salaries had been somewhere later, no questioning of an or. shells into the water at Caxambas, the one-time Caxambas clam factoryat There Is no doubt of the grow. 13 Ironclads and seven gunboats,

near comparable I never would der, no cliques Picture was taken from atop the clam the southern tip of Marco Island. log Communist influence, followed by 30 transports carry. Resort OwnersRENO
nave left the classroom." While Auerbach needles his r. But Cuba does not give the Ing 10,000 troops.dropped down Nev. (AP)-The gray
The tough taskmaster was team in victory, he defends It same police state impression the Mississippi River from haired lady in a turquoise print
waiving a piece of chalk Insteadof staunchly In defeat, tolerates no Confidence Vote a*, say, Communist East Der. Vicksburg and turned westwardInto dress flitted: from one gleaming
the tlghtly.rolled programnow attempt to single out a "goat." Circus Opens 48-Day StayIn Given J. R. Hoffa tin. the Red River slot machine to the next In the
his trademark when When red-hot Cincinnati pulledto To a German, accustomed to So far so good. The fleet big Reno gambling casino,
World War n broke out. within one-half game of the HOLLYWOOD (AP) The military order and perfection, under the veteran Admiral Dav. plunking in silver dollars."I .
"I made $1.900 that year." Celtics last month Auerbach Teamsters union has given Its what military atmosphere existsIn Id D. Porter was the strongest like the clink and the way
Auerbach says Some of the snapped at critics Madison Square GardenNEW president, James R. Hoffa, a Cuba strikes one like a comic ever assembled on a river, and they feel," she said. "Chips or
students picked up $2,700 work. "Most people forget to give the confidence vote and authorizedUs opera. It all Is so casual It all more men were coming Up from slugs just wouldn't be the
Ing part-time In the shipyards. opposition credit. We're not pan. members to contribute funds seems a bit sloppy, a trine un. New Orleans, Banks was to lead same."
When I returned after the warI icklng." YORK (AP-A smiling But for tiger tamer Charly for his appeal against a federal another 20,000 troops to meet Veteran Nevada casino oper.
was offered step-up raises for Jungle Jim Loscutoff, aboutto young man tamed eight snarl. Baumann, a One-time German jury tampering conviction.The real.But the Soviet Influence< is Porter's fleet at Alexandria, ators concur
the time I was away and a boo retire after nine years, looks Ing tigers. A beautiful blonde movie actor, the spotlights con. decisions were reached at real enough. You can see it deep In Conft>dt rah>.held terrl. "It's going to hurt us If wo
nus. It came to $2,900. like he's ready for a fight at girl did 100 body flips hangingby verged on his circular cage in yesterday's closing session of a clearly In Havana harbor tory of central Louisiana don't get more silver dollars,"
"I just couldn't make a gq of the Impact of an elbow but Red one arm. Hannibal crossedthe the center ring and his eight big quarterly executive board meet. There are freighters from the GOOD START said Raymond I. (Pappy) Smith
It." says I "You have to keep him Alps with 50 girls In short tigers. Ing. Soviet Union and East Germany Porter did his Job well. Ills spry, 76.yearold cofounder of
So Auerbach turned to the stirred up or he won't play ball lavender togas and red.plumed Without any protection from foils, who presided over the unloading crates and cases. fleet moved up the Red (Uverand famed Harolds Club In Reno.
game he played at George for you." gold helmets. the beasts, he put them through closed session, said both resolu. There are rows of buses from landed the 10,000 troops at Sim. "It's going to cost this club
Washington University. It was the Rlngllng Bros and their paces, moving the furnl. tlons were adopted unanimously Hungary and steam shovels, port on the 13th. The soldiers, more than $100,000 a year,"
It's no accident the two long. Home Courts Barnum & Bailey Circus, open. ture himself between tricks. The board decided there was tractors and bulldozers from under Gen. A. J, Smith, attacked The Treasury's supply of sll.
est winning streaks In the NBA ing a 48-day stand in Madison One playful tiger frequently "no obstacle" under the union's other East bloc countries. Thereare Fort De Hussy near Alexandriaand ver dollars, more than 900 mil.
-1? games each at WashingtonIn Square Garden Tuesday night. grabbed him by the neck as he constitution or policy to establishment military trucks on the dock drove out or captured, the lion at the start of 1963, has
1946 and with the Celtics In Look Good To The crowd, which little more passed, and licked his head affectionately. of "voluntary rank and side, guarded by soldiers and Confederate defenders there. shrunk to fewer than 17 million,
1959 -were put together under than half filled the lS.000.seat file defense funds" in support of militiamen. Porter slowly brought his fleet and those aren't expected to
Auerbach's direction. NBA hall, consisted mostly of adults, Other crowd pleasers were La Hoffa's "current legal struggleswith Cuban troops are not much in upstream, clearing the river of last long.I The House! Approprla
At 47 he still demands un. some In evening dress. Torla, who did the body flips in a vindictive IMS. Depart evidence in Havana It Is said obstructions, while Smith's men lions Committee has rejected
teamwork hus. For most of three hours all the air; Chrystlne Holt, who ment of Justice. marched l smartly 10 more miles
flinching pride, is still sweet In the Na. they live In tent cities on the legislation to pay for minting
tie and obedience from his tlonal Basketball Association. If three rings were busy with juggled three dumbbells while It declared "continuing faith"in outskirts to Alexandria. Everyone arrivedon HO million new silver dollars
players.The you don't believe It, ask the clowns, acrobats, aerialists. or hanging by her hair from a rope Hoffa's stewardship and Members of the militia stand the 14th, as Confederates fell Collectors and speculatorshave
In has been % superspectacles. that lifted her to the ceiling, pledged "continuing support before back hastily. of the
payoff part, Philadelphia ers, or the Cln. before public buildings, gobbled up many
eight straight Eastern Division clnnatl Royals. and the Great Doval, who against assaults on his con. the gates of factories and even Then trouble began developing Treasury's reserve dollars.
titles. The Celtics recently Last Sunday, the 76ers and skipped rope on a high wire stltutlonal privileges" In front of apartment buildings. Bank's cavalry didn't appear at The sliver dollar Is a tradition .
wrapped up the latest crown Royals opened the Eastern semi. Mail On Civil Midgets were fired from can. Many of them are women, who the rendezvous point until the In the daily commerce of
with Cincinnati final none, a clown removed an end. Names 18th, and Banks and the rest
younger pushing NBA playoffs a best.of. devote four hours a week to some Western states .But no. _
hard behind.Although less sweater, a woman was and of his men were not on hand do flow In
from five-game set In Cincinnati guard duty rifle practice where the cartwheels -
champion maker and the Royals won by 25 points. Rights Divided shrunk In a washing machine. Group To Study They explain "We stand here for another week Finally, on the such streams as across Neva. J
Bill Russell has been the Most Tuesday night, the scene shift Dogs did the hula, the high. to prevent sabotage by counter. 26th, Banks, Porter, Smith, the da's legal gambling tables and
Valuable Player choice of his ed to Philadelphia and with the About land fling, the Irish jig, balletIn Beef Imports revolutionaries." fleet and 30,000 men were readyto Into the gulping slot machines.The .
fellow NBA athletes several home court advantage, the 76ers EvenlyWASHINGTON a tutu, and the American flag TALLAHASSEE (AP) A West Europeans who live here march on. lady in the turquoise
times, there are no superstarswith rapped the favored Royals 122. march-all on their hind legs in committee of eight representatives say there is something else to it. CONFEDERATESConfederates dress played as many as five
(AP) Cltl time to solid band music. in the state had
gaudy averages on the Cel. of the Florida cattle Indus. "11'. a sort of occupational machines at once
tics. Boston 114.The teams zens who write their senators or Camels walked on their knees, said 'to build mobilized In the meantime. As "'I like the she
Only one player, return to Cincinnati try was named by Agriculture therapy, one, up big payoff,
John Havllcek, currently Is In tonight for the third game with congressman could wonder to. llamas jumped hurdles, people Commissioner Doyle Conner to. the Cuban's self-confidence." the first Federals marched into said, after feeding the machines
the league's top 10 scorers. the fourth scheduled for Phlla. day just how much Influence juggled and did handstands on day to study the effects on the Alexandria, Confederate Gun. 10 coins in less than three min.
"What do I they are exerting on the pas. unicycles, swinging trapezesand On Road Richard Taylor was not far a.
care about stalls delphla Saturday night and the sage of legislation. ladders. Industry of Imported beef. Hogs uses
tics and points? You give me fifth, If necessary, back In Cln.clnnatl. In addition, Conner Indicatedthat
the championships and you can Based on the reports on their George Hanneford Jr. did a Tie Up Traffic TERRS' ,oJ' 'L I
civil rights mall by two Repub. backward somersault from agriculture commissionersof BORED TO ..... t'
have the All Star teams Auer. 76er Coach one 0'
wr* Dolph Schayes Alabama, Louisiana, Missis. CHICAGO AP Road
( ) hogt.on
an senators from states horse to
A bach says shouted, "great defense In the running another, then J TIRED ;
t. which Include the nation's two rolled out of the ring knockingover Ippl and Georgia would appoint the Dan Ryan Exprosswa '\.7''t' AND TOOfiff.
second half did it. He paid similar committees. are not unusual but this time '
largest cities the pLOW'S'
HE'S THE BOSS tribute to Hal Greer, the Phlla. answer a passing cotton.candysalesman "The purpose of the commit. they were genuine WOULD nave ,
seemed to
be probablynot who in
He put down the ofI delphla ,sharpshooter whose 15 turn was tee will be to gather and sum. J ;'
paper cup much, because they may be chased out the door by a ramp. Motorists stopped on their! { IF \\A lEeur "NEW-t-
In the final turned
I champagne abruptly and an. points quarter offsetting each other. aging bulldog.The marlze information... on what way home from work Tuesda)
[nounced "Practice tomorrow the tide. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, R. circus set out Jan. 18 from foreign beef Imports are doingto to aid In the capture of five hogs r t. ""
] morning, 10 sharp." "They'd been counting this our cattle Industry and to develop escaped from a truck The ,
N.Y., told the Senate Tuesdaythat Miami Beach, Fla., on Its 94th ,, FlY# PLESnLINES"ettk
Coach Red Auerbach had let club out all year, said Schayes. for the first time In two annual tour. It winds backin Information along these porkers tied up traffic more
' up
; |his Boston Celtics pause only a "You can't do that. They have weeks his New York State mall Florida in mld-November aft. lines," said Conner. than an hour.
P'moment I to celebrate the clinch: too much hustle" reflected lie said the information would
a majority of expr.s.sions er playing arenas In most ma.
Ing of their eighth straight East. The home court theory In favor of the House. be supplied to life Florida con.
cities In the
jor country.
ern Division crown In the Na. also will be put to the test In passed civil rights bill now be. gresslonal delegation for use In
Itlonal Basketball Association the Western semifinal playoff fore the Senate. pushing through congress meas.
I earlier this month. tonight as St. Louis meets Los Senate Republican leader Ev. Re-Elect Clarkson, urea to curb the rise In beef im.
"One thing I've learned with Angeles on the West Coast. ports.
erett M. Dlrksen of Illinois
I the Celtics is to never show St. Louis, playing on its home Pinkerton To Bar Committees from the five
I compassion with a winner," Red floor, won the first two of its ported however,at that a news his mall conference Is run., Board states tentatively are to meet SfiJJiI Speda ;t::: F

I says ''I run them ragged. I best of-five series against the nlng 9 to 1 against the bill. Governing April 0 at Montgomery, Ala.,
{never let them get over con. Lakers. The next two If both Keating has Intensified his TALLAHASSEE *. Julian D. Conner said.
tldent.' are necessary are In LA with vocal support of the measure Clarkson, Fort Myers, and JohnC. The Florida committee is 13 I. tft,
"He's the meanest, most can. the filth game scheduled for during the last two weeks, whenhe PlnkertonSarasotahavebeen \headed by Ralph Cellon, presl. ( ,
tankerous blankety-blank I've St. Louis, if it goes that far. said he was astounded to reelected without opposition to ''dent of the Florida Cattlemen's -"

find that those who wrote him the board of governors of The Association Other members In. o .
Florida Bar. eluded Tommy Sloan of Fort \.0
TV RADIOprobably were and In about favor equally of the opposed House bill to They will represent the law. Pierce, R. D. Bennett of Green. From the Service Department of Naples Newest .

With a of satisfaction yens of Lee, Sarasota, Manatee, 'wood Barney Barron of LaBelle,
Most Modern New Car Dealership! Come in and
Jo. O. Pearce Sr. of Okeechobee see
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP would-divert atten. ]however, he announced a Hendry, Glades, Collier, Char. ,
Televlslon-Radlo Writer tlon from the plot. Loretta <"breakthrough" had been lotte and DeSota Counties on the Randolph Snell of Palmetto, Dr. Cal Wenrich Our Service Manager
NEW YORK (AP) Tele. Young, who was probably tele. ;achieved In the previous day's Bar's 30-man governing board. T. J. Cunha of the University of
(vision, which has drastically af. vision's most stylish actress, mall.; Of 1,179 letters from New Live Florida and John Stiles of the
jfected so many facets of Amer. wore her smartest gowns only York, Keating said that 840. Drive Carefully And i agriculture department.NAPLTS 4

I lean life, has had almost no in. when she whirled through the ;favored the bill and 239 were
fluence of womens' fashions. door on her way to the opening ;against it.Dlrksen.
Two decades ago, a movie commercial.In who Is proposing MOST MODERN 1
[dress designer named Adrian. the second place, an ac. I i changes In the bill, said he Is HAIR FASHION SALON t
I with a big assist from Joan tress who wears very short I|letting 1,000 letters a day. lie Tills Week
I Crawford almost overnight skirts or an elaborate hairdo I,laid they are running 9.1 I., Special!
(changed the shape of womens' can date a series as Indelibly as ,,against the measure In Its pres. Permanent Your Choice
(shoulders from sloping and a Stutz Bearcat or a raccoon j natural to padded and square. coat. This, in turn, may Inter. Asked what he thought such I 125.00 of
I Marlene Dietrich may she be fere with the rerun sales In sub. i a preponderance of opposition Any Onel
i forgiven was largely respon. sequent seasons. i meant he. replied, ''I just don't Mr Will New Body Hair Cut! Make your set
I slble for giving women courage The clothes give-away In most know.1He stay better and keeps the fries out of your permanent
j to try their first slacks. television series, curiously, is did volunteeer at another
But even in television's salad usually found in mens' clothes- point that he thinks people are WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
I days when Faye Emerson's dar. in the width of the Jacket lapels getting worked up because they
ling necklines drew considerable and of the hat brims-the nar. are finding out how the leglsla. 417 Mih A [comment, there was no great rower they are, the more tlon might affect them.
[vogue for the revealing decol.( recently the series was made. -
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Restraint and conservatism Recommended tonljhtj "Sus.
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'Ii 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, March 25, 1961

LBJ HopefulFor n:; .:;'.''i.r" ,''tf: .' i .' ,". ''"' ., J I" l.j ." ot. ;'''(1, ;(. '' .. ..>fAvv./. ,,:-tJ." : '<,y NY Stock Exchange Ready

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I q\les Cap;: PassageOf : ',' ',).' For Showdown With SECBy

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; SAM DAWSONAP earning power of at least $2

Br JUNK CUPPS MI S-ftllf <:'i :: to : Business News Analyst million a year bel ore tiues,
N Medicare NEW YORK (AP-The New rather than $1 million after

The Capri Water Works, Inc end at the Isles of Capri Fish- .j J York Stock Exchange Is busily taxes.

t 1&) announced that the bacteriological Ing Lodge. The Mirrltts own WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. 11f"" tidying up Its rules and prac The SAC has attacked floor

kA1 tests will be made this propeny on the Isles and are dent Johnson was described today ; tlces In preparation for what trading as giving the exchange

ab be able to visit here occasional as very hopeful that Congress $11'H. some are billing as a show. the atmosphere of a ,private
week. The results will
01 will act this year on legislation iX : down fight with the Securities club.The '
submitted to the State,and when ly.Capt. defends floor
CO Paul Wlnchell tooka to provide health care for and Exchange Commission exchange
F. they are approved the water busman's last the elderly, financed through So. ) But the exchange seems to trading as adding to the mar.
mlin plant will be ready to operate holiday one day c vial: Security.Sen. have Its eye on public opinionas ket's liquidity, defined as the
week and took his wife
The pressure tests have beenb out king Hubert H. Humphrey of much as on the threatened ability of a particular stock to

made and they came up to ex* fishing. Ruth decided she war Minnesota, the assistant Senate crackdown by the SEC. And absorb reasonable amounts of

pectatlons. It was further an- about the only person nn the Democratic leader, said In an that may be wry much on the buying or selling at reasonable

babr nounced that John Schlotz will Isles who had never been out Interview that Johnson had can. minds of exchange president price changes. ->

be the superintendent of the for kings, and while this Is not vassed the prospects for the Keith Funston and other ex. The new rules proposed by ex.

bl water works. strictly true. It Is as good an program at a White House r rarr change officials as they talk to. change officials would stress

bido of excuse as any. Well, they went meeting with Democratic con. day to President Johnson. floor trading action that would
Mr. and Mrs. An
Ray out to wherever you go to get gresslonal chieftains Tuesday. Wall Street Is well aware that stabilize a fluctuating market
tlti Naples have asked me to con kings but the water was so "The President Is very Inter. there still is a great deal of and would keep such traders
vey their thanks to Mr. and ested In from dominating the market fora
CO getting action on this popular suspicion as to what
rough they stayed only 20 min t
ac ;Mrs. Mark Hanna for render- matter and Intends to press for really goes on there. And SEC particular stock.Britain .
and then beat their
tfoel Ing assistance to Mrs. Art and utes, they It," Humphrey said. charges of unfair privileges en-

her companion. Mrs. Stewart, way back in again. However Johnson told the United Auto. joyed by floor traders members .

when they had car trouble on In the 20 minutes, Ruth caught mobile Workers convention In who buy or sell for them. Urges

,the Trail returning from Miami four kingfish the largest Atlantic City, N.J., Mondayt selves rather than as brokersfor 4-Nation
ctMi recently. This occurred weighing 12 pounds. Paul says "We are going to pass a med. the public-are likely to get Parley

at a dangerous spot, but Mr. the kings are there for the taking leal assltance bill for the aged -- -. .---_._ - -- more public credence than are Over CambodiaLONDON
teAl If the weather Is calm enough no matter how many months It which denials by exchange officials.
Hanna went right to work re- : GULF TOWERS condominium now go. ally into funnel type bin, from (AP)-Britain urgedon'
takes. The sensible and prudentand A battle for a better public
pal-ing the trouble, while ,Mrs. to go out. lasting way to do this Is Ing up directly on the Gulf In The skilled laborers pour concrete into their Image may well accompany any Tuesday night the calling ofa

teN Hanna helped to warn oncoming PASS THEM OUT through the Social Security Sys. Moorings area of Naples is expectedto pneumatic tired carriers and wheel to fight with the SEC over tougher four-nation preparatory con.
: ference on the future of C bo.
traffic. Mrs. An and Mrs. to ." are
John Schlotz and his guest, m be finished about August 1 with a the pouring area. Base for fifth floorIs regulations. Exchange officials
.e Stewan were very appreciative This pledge was open to at are aware that changing the dla.In
tc of this helping hand. Howard Dunn, and Howard least two different Interprets model apartment open about May 1 1. now being poured. Gulf Towers, Ideas most Americans have of a note to Moscow, Britain

Gaston and his guest, Ed Jacobs, tlons. Most members of Con. floors with some stock market asked the Soviet Union to Join
IU Mr. and Mrs. Robert Construction by Wiggs and Maale, Inc. which will go up to seven proceedings
went out after kings last week seemed to think the will be hard. in urging a meeting of Cambodia *
0\ La Brenz and son Marc of Tampa gross Presl of
Is being speeded by unique diesel 36 apartments, is a development Thailand, South Viet Nam
Cf weekend with and came back with 20 nice dent was conceding that "many But to that end the exchange
Mrs.spent La Brenz's a long parents. Lt. ones. All these fishermen are months" stretching Into next powered elevator tower which lifts William R. Skeele, A. W. Burns, Jr., la suggesting changes in floor and the United States to discuss

ot Col. and Mrs. Everett GUI and. generous with their catches and year-would be required to get concrete and other building materialsto and Alan C. Slade. Six of the apart. trading rules which may re. measures Southeast to Asia reduce and tensionsIn
S. nice packages of klngflsh are a bill passed. Others thought he move some of the public's BUS.plclons preparefor
The Saturday before last level. Trucks dump concrete ments reported already sold
S' distributed in meant he wanted Congressto proper are although the proposalsseem a larger International con.
Mrs. Earl Kelley treated her the being neighborhood.Mr. liberally stay on this year to get the Into elevator hopper which Is lifted to (NEWS photo) unlikely to satisfy EEC ference to reinforce Cambodia's"
n son "Cekle" to a train ride job done. demands for either a stringent neutrality.
level and automatic
.o Lakeland. Earl was and Ms. Guy Lloyd of pouring dumped of Britain and Russia are co.
n already Humphrey sided with the latter curtailing floor trading or _.
a In Lakeland and they stayed Racine, Wise., were out on the Interpretation He said he ending It altogether. chairmen; ui the Indochina

1)) through the weekend with Isles Sunday. They own pro thinks there Is a good posslbll. Admissions Tax The exchange's board of governors Peace Conference.

tf Earl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. perty on Pago Pago Drive and Ity that some arrangements can Burns Admits Jax Race also has just voted to Britain suggested the four

Q) AJ. Kelley' They visited spent the afternoon visiting be made to get House action on Not ApplicableTo raise standards for original list nation talks after turning downa
their future the health of stocks for trad. Soviet demand for Immediate
also with Helen's neighbors. care Issue. Ing common
parents, Mr.
Charter BoatsLocal
A and Mrs. Robert Caner. Earl A couple of weeks ago Mr "I understand some changes Ing and to tighten standards for convening of a 14-natlon confer.

C and Helen drove back to the Isles and Mrs. R.C. Paasch wete In the Social Security laws are Situation Is SeriousJACKSONVILLE boat captains are not required continued listing ence guarantee. Cambodia'sneutrality.

t down from Jamestown, N.Y., going to be considered," he said. by the Florida Revenue The board further just pro.
but nothing so routine would "That would be a logical placeto Commission to collect a three per posed a plan to make it possibleto "It would serve no useful pur.
do for "Eekle" He In looking around for a place to (APHay.) being a segregationist or Inte for Her Majesty's
stayed Include this program" cent tax on charter boat trips.J. halt trading In national emer. pose government -
settle In Florida. Last week don Burns five-term ofa discuss his
mayor gratlonlst or even
and the Soviet
t' Lakeland and Ms. Caner put The late President John F. Ed. Straughn, director the gencies much faster than the 27 governmentto
which sold Us
became city golf courses racial feelings.
him on a Naples-bound they property owners Kennedy tried to minutes that between Issue Invitations to an Inter.
train move the pro. FRC, In a recent news release elapsed
and closed Its swimming pools "There Is no room In public
We welcome national conference without
II where by pre-arrangement he sincerely posal through the House last said the tax Is not collectible.straughn's first news of the assassination
these folks and hope they will but encountered rather than Integrate them, life forpersonalfeelings"Burnssaid. of President John F, Kennedyand some assurance of the attend.
his formidable
joined friends, Harry, Albert year blames Irresponsible Negro leadership "Government must be Impartial decision came after
of with
be able to make the move down opposition from Chairman he had the exchange's closing. The ance governments
l Terry and Lexy Hubsch- and Interfering Northern. and fair to all citizens. made a study of an opln.
whom Cabodla Is actually In dis-
here very soon. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark, of the Ion and clarified ruling by the 27 minutes saw some of the
man of Morrlstown, NJ., who era for racial violence which As mayor, I have never In a pute and from whom spa seeks
The Jaworski family Is enter- Ways and Means Committee. Attorney General wildest trading In recent years.
rocked Jacksonville this week. made
their single any
were on to spend undertakings concerning her
way taining relatives for the next Kennedy had been assuredof "The current problem Is the Intended to Influence A controversy, however, between The new plan would allow a
vacation with their neutrality and territorial Integ.
spring parents the votes for Senate committee to act
Senator three
John man
mother passage M. Spotts.
weeks. Bill's
two Ms. Inability of established Negro this Issue but rather "
on ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hubsch- anyone rity, the note to Moscow said.
If the House member
acted. wood and Rep. Jack Saunders has rather than a seven
Francis Jaworskl and his sis- leadership to control actions of to
stand firmly mute except as "There Is at present no ,
man, Mr. and Mrs. Albert There has been outward been of the entire board. prospect
no waged over the Issue the quorum
ter and brother-in-law, Mr.and their senior school age group, recitation of law and the 4eter.m of persuading! all the gov.
Cohan of Morristown accompanied sign that Mills has softened his senator maintaining the. tax was New rules for listing requirea
Mrs. E.G. Collier, all of Jackson the veteran politician said In an In at Ion that every citizen hasa ernments Involved to accept an
the young people. The opposition to the program It not collectlble.the representative company to have 600,000 com.
Mich., are here for a late Interview. right to enjoy every legal prlv. invitation to attend a 14-power
Mills remains rather
Cohans expect to stay about strongly opposedto "Our situation Is obviously an ilege." taking the opposite side of the mon shares outstanding, "
two weeks. winter or early spring vacation.Mr. ltJ6hnson will need all of hie aftermath of recent overturesby Burns also made It clear It argument than the present 500,000, with a conference.
and Mrs. Mark Hanna political persuasiveness to said bulletin market value of $10 million for
get Straughn a Is beIng
To enable the Kelleys to make adult Negroes to Integrate was not "the prerogative of government .
left last Monday for their Columbus the committee to override the hotel Issued to all state tax agents the publicly held shares, and Drive Carefully And Live
and restaurant facilities
this trip to Lakeland Ms.Ruth or Its officials to die.
Ohio home after chairman. that the admissions tax
spending Burns said enter. passedby
Sncad and Mrs. Bess Murdoughf tate or to coerce private
Reddlngton Shores St. five weeks at the Isles of Unless he can get Mills to go Then he pulled from a folder prise In the question of desegre. the 1963 session of the Florida I The : I

Capri Fishing Lodge. The next along, politicians think Johnson printed leaflets he said were is. gation. Legislature Is not applicable '
down '
Petersburg came on Nick'1
would accomplish a near-mira to charterboat fishermen and will
time they come down they hopeto sued by a Northern Integration. ''If this were not true, the : 'Shiley,
Thursday and spent two days cle by bill be. not be .
getting any passed 1st collected In the future.A .
tourists to
get their house sts rted Their group urging by. matter of public accommoda.
with Mrs.Kelley,and then fore the November election. of local charter boat .
stay- property Is on the river side pass Jacksonville and St. Augus.. tlons would not be before Con. survey MUSIC STUDIO Iii
ed on until Tuesday, with the tine i 4 captains revealed the tax has not ,
of gress.
four Kelleys who remained at Pelican Street. He showed news clippings of Members of Burns' staff,some been collected! until recently and presents
Have noticed that the fill Bias
you Housing then few of
only by a them. The
home plans for civil
a rights protest of whom have been with him the
on the park area has been survey revealed, however, that PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONSfor
next week at St.
Augustine by a 15 years he has been mayor,
NAMED DIRECTOR smoothed out this week? The during this month most of the captains .
Stubborn which
Most Includes Mrs. Mal.
group fiercely back his claims to an
... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neff fill was donated by Hank Stevens colm Peabody, mother of Mas administration that has been 1m. have received tax return. Accordion, Guitar and

left Sunday of last week for and the Civic Association sachusetts Cov. Endicott Pea. partial on racial matters. able forms from the collection Other String Instruments

Washington D.C., and Phlla.delphla. was responsible for getting It Survey Shows body. "Why. he has Invited leadersof agency. Some have completed

Mr. Neff attended the spread out. The "park" Is a Burns, a slim, well.tanned, 6. the Negro community rightup forms and paid a three per cent Call MI 2-6610

34th annual meeting oj the Fold- long way from fulfilling Its pur- WASHINGTON (AP-A Pen. foot.2 man with gray-streaked to his office time and time tax on business conducted In Feb. '

ing Paper Box Association of pose but there's no doubt the tagon-ordered survey showed dark hair Is caught between again," one staff member said. ruary.

America at the Mayflower Hotel Civic Association will be able there was housing dlscrlmlna. managing his statewide cam. "Of course he doesn't Invite Captain Ralph Olom said he
had for
tlon against Negro servicemennear palgn for Democratic nomina. them to alt down to coffee as paid February. Captain
In where he to make this a true park someday
Washington was
John said
C. Regis he had not.
90 per cent of the military tion as governor and looking aft. he did you."
elected a national director. bases In the United States, It er fire bombings, beatings anda It was reported that the tax
Ms. Neff accompanied him to was disclosed today. murder In Jacksonville's back. paid to the state as an admission J 'oar

Washington and then proceededto BOWLERS HOT Alfred B. Fut, deputy assist yard. File Suit To Put charge will be rebated on application .

Philadelphia where she attended The bowling teams have hita ant secretary of defense for The mayor Indicated Jackson. Nixon On BallotST. either of the boatmen for

a of the trus- winning streak, or maybe they civil rights, told The Assoclat. vllle had no problem that could. their payment or for payment by

tees of the Unite Presbyterian just got one started The men'steam td Press that housing "clearlyis n't be handled by strict enforce PETERSBURG (AP) A Individual passengers on submission By. GLADYS AND QUINTIN VAN DER VEER
Foundation In the United States. on Wednesday won all the most unyielding" of the ment of the law. hearing has been set for Thursday of receipts.

Mr. Neff joined her there, and three points, and Sunday the various forms of racial bias fac. Although he admitted to smoking on a suit to force Secretaryof
ing Negroes In uniform. "two packs a day under State Tom Adams to put a
they flew back together last Marco Pass couples team won Grand Jury ProbeOf .
This discrimination Fltt said slate pledged to former Vice
all four points, with Al Tatu
Thursday. exists In Northern base areas as pressure he was light President Richard M. Nixon on Gainesville's
Bill Dunn of Naples came having a 200 game. The Rook- well as In the South. Only 31 of ing cigarettes at a rate which the May 28 Republican preferen. kmJ

out Saturday afternoon to do ery Bay Team won three points 305 bases studied were given a would equal four packs In 16 tlal primary ballot In Florida. Election Ordered

some fishing from H.C. Ker- It's been a big week for the clean bill on this count. Fibs hours. Anthony S. Battaglia, GOP

naghan's dock, and he came up bowlers. declined to name the 31. Burns, who chooses each national committeeman from GAINESVILLE (AP) A
with The John Karlni family came The Florida filed the suit In Pinel. grand jury probe into reports of
a 14-3/4 pound snook. Pentagon's civil rights word carefully, thought a mo. law violations In the March 17
That's the biggest snook that over from Mlramar to spend chief Indicated that by the ment and said, "It's serious No las County Circuit Court Mon. city election was ordered by GUITARSSEE

has been reported here In quite the week In their home here. process of "negotiation and con. qualifying that statement. day. Judge G. Richard Leaven. State Atty. T. E. Duncan.

some time. Kerna has been They seldom come alone and dilation" base commanders had "Any time a group of juvenilesgoes good set the hearing date.

too busy building his new hometo this visit was exception.. Mr. made progress In easing dls. beyond the restraint of fame Battaglla heads the slate Duncan said yesterday he had OUR BIGSELECTION

do much he and Mrs. Charles Fuller, Sr. crimination against Negro aerv. lly Influence and beyond the In. which Adams ruled off the bal. subpoenaed voting records of
fishing so was icemen and their families In off fluence of school officials, you lot after Nixon requested that the county elections supervisor 1
and their son Chlckle of Mira-
mighty pleased to learn such big base schooling, transportationand are In a status of disrespect for his name be withdrawn. Adams for the Investigation, which Is
snook are swimming aroundhis mar were here. The Fullersare use of such public facilities also ruled the slate could not be expected to take place next

dock. If this snook is a fair staying at the Isles of as parks and libraries. law."More serious Is the atmos. on the ballot as "unpledged." month.He OF

sample, I'd say Kernaghan has Capri Marina and Motel but "I'm sure that since last fall phere they are creating for those As an alternate to Nixon's said complaints dealt with

picked a choice location for his Chlckle Is over with Marlnls. commanders have secured with criminal Intent to perpetrate name on the ballot, the suit asks procedures of handling the election GUITARS'NOW
took on the behalf of that members be allowed to re.
home. Wednesday appear- changes on their more serious crimes. and not with the outcome.
Robert Johnson and Buck ance of a "D" Day when the men," Fltt said. Burns said he felt a Ne.rowas main as unpledged. Two City commissioners were !

Henry of Naples, fishing out of Marlnis were joined by Lori Among other things, base responsible for Monday night's Two slates seek Florida's 34 elected and the municipal char.

.be Isles of Capri Fishing Nance, Marie Russo, Barbara commanders had been told to fatal shooting of a 38yearold. votes at the national convention ter was amended.
report whether the "treatment In San Francisco i In_ July. Many Stylesto
Lodge, came In with 64 nice Has Up, Wayne Schultz, Will '
accorded Negro military person. "We are disposed to think It
mangrove snapper on Sunday. Thrasher Chuck Fullerton and nel by the local police (Is) In was done by a Negro," Burns choose

Capt. Paul Wlnchell's parents George Moranchuk all from any way different from that ac. said. "There have been no acts TOROAUTOMATcSPRINKLER I |
Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Win- the West Hollywood area. The
corded white military person. of violence by any whites. There from.Not
chell, Sr. of Miami, spent boys, who are the guests of nel." are always those who are anx .

Sunday here with Paul and his John, Jr., are camping out The findings, Fltt said "No lous to take advantage of any SYSTEMs

family. somewhere around Hurricane case of significant difference In disturbance In order to unleash sine the ,almy days of Liberate has a pU

Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Mer- Pass from Wednesday until Sunday law enforcement between white their personal grudges" inlet come along to capture the publics fancy as ha.Ro.r *
ritt of Miami spent the week- The girls who are Pris'sguests and Negro servicemen." Born in Louisville, Ky., 52 William
will be staying here on The survey was ordered last years ago, Burns has lived In T IT. FORGET

Junior High Band the Isle. September. Its basic objective, Jacksonville since he was 10. He Take a permanent Unlike the flamboyant Liberate who specializedIn

Just a the Pentagon said at the time, attended Babson Institute at Wei., gleamingdental displays and spangled Jackets,
Sit-In ThursdayThe election In was to obtain "necessary Infor. lesley, Mass., and Is a stewardIn vacation from along with Ma particular brand of piano artistry,

last scheduled for and the last coming for up May, matlon for the formulation of the Methodist Churc i. watering your Williams it a somewhat solemn personality and dedicated .
day registration future policy" The mayor will not admit toFLY
the students of the Junior High Is April 4. The office of lawn to his work.

,School band will be held Thursday the supervisor of registration 1 Proof of Williams' popularity arc 21 album

March 26, from 8-9 p.m. In the Court House in East Naples which have sold over 4 million copies and single re*

In the school's band room.A will be open all day the .; NAPLES TORO AUTOMATICALLY: ccrdingr-"Autumn Leave," for (sample-which have

short builneas meeting will 4th. There should be several o Lowers your water bills bettered the million\ mark.

follow. Parents Invited and the general families here who have now MIAMI e Increases your property completely underground Fine guitarist demand fine Instruments That's
public are to the sltln. value
Refreshments will be served, a completed the residence re- e Saves the work of watering I why there art *o many stars In the Gibson galaxy,

school spokesman said. quirements.WANTED New Year Round Daily Schedule e Helps build a beautiful .....-t-- why se many fine musician, like Eddy Arnold and

lawn ether great everywhere, choose Gibson .

Naples To Miami e Ends unsightly drought No one set out to become a Liberate or a Wil

spots tailored to your specific needs liam or Eddy ArnoU It all happen quite Innocently
7.45A.M. 11130 3.45P.M.
A.M e Gives you more leisure time a* the amateur, like you takes a few easy

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Seagate Waterfront Lot
Service. of Mieml Call MldweyZ WANTED Mey first, 2 bedroom Discount, for limited time. PRI. occurlng ones listed in the per. SENIOR CITIZENS .. High was week when she bowling the Faber Hair
for appointment Stew furnished house. ipart- VATE Beech lodtc table-from hydrogen, ele. Frc' Wolf with aSlt.Ioi1GeorgeBlaseoe was
For $. .: 21 ft. Denlele built art Reel Ettete "" 'c.. 421 tth went or duplex In City with
eel. US H P straight IChrytler : St. N.. ftrnoont or evenings.34Transportation AC float yearly rental.!: Quiet Aqualane Shore home Fully ment No. I. with one electron to 468-199 and Evelyn Ro.dcrlck team in the Bowlerette league.
froth water cooled I ,.. furnished S ro.dy to r living'
couple no p.' no pet uranium element 92 with 92 453.192.:: George Meier
Teek dck Loaded' with ex: Write P. O Box 972 Naplee 127.100. Larry Lee 158, Sonja Starling dress Stahlman 137 and the 5.
E. Turner 4 Sone. IneMldwey .. electrons. converted the 6.7 and reacheda
tree 3/ZZ.tf 1 BR horn with 'lovely GuestHouse 135 and Pam Bell two 134 7.9 split.
$1255.YACHT t near Beech, (30000. Then Dr. Edwin McMillan dls. 179, Jim Bradley 172 and the
!HIS 'N HERS .. Sweepstakes
DRIVE 1963 AIR COND CADILLAC 2 Blocks of Beech BeeutifulHometit covered element 93 neptunium.To 5-7 Gordon Speth 168 and John tames.-
BROKERAGE TO CHICAGO. REFERENCES 54-Trade or Sell .. only' (7.tOO term Conchs I trophies etc. were awarded plus
get It he bombarded uranl. Blok 162.160.BANTAM SEA SHELL MIXED.
REQUIRED. CALL Ml Lot (7tS term Steal .
Complete Naples Llttlngi 'election of officers for the om.
Fine Inboard Costs From 10'. 2.3343. 3/14.25 Shorn. um atoms with neutrons sped up PUPPIES. John swept all from Panama Rollers

Bob Merlin -.Mil.3757 Naples Bowling*. Mortgege Stock for etc acreala. QH sea office of to an energy of 18 million elec. Abbott leads again with a 318. with Red Lord leading 592.203. Ing year. These were not 1m

u"k.lmth Chrte Creft Selee 38-Autos For Sale .Ltt R. E. Broker: 4219th DAVID h.-JDNES tron volts. Some of the uranium 181 with Mike Stacey right be. 202. Bill Dunn recorded a 539. mediately available but will appear
St. No.. Mldwey 22270 : as soon as possible
21 Ft.PORTS Ulrlck on.FISHERMAN flying brldfeZZf 351 SIb AvegAATOMI 24450 atoms "grew up" to the newelement. hind 317-166. John Kllngler post 201. Eloulse Williams led the

Grey Merino shape three. lIst Chev S cyl l. 4 door Impa Lovely Pine Ridge 1 bedroom OWNER TRANSFERRED ed a 309 and Chris Yanson 299 weaker sex with a 527.206, God
complete with tithing, choirs la. Hydremetic, power stair'inC. Homo. will exchenge for downtown 3 bedrooms. 2.bath Corner lot Bowling StandingsTRAIL
Hazel Abrahamson
later the
McMillan and Seaborg plus 2479. Albert Fortin Dun 502.191
end many other entree Top R&H 1.000 miles. like n.w.IZ Homo 121.600. Contact G. hoar schools Fin family ,
condition izr.m.oo. Cell BurtonBroe OO. M,. Sh.p.d, 712 An. H. LUFF. R. E. Broker. 421 homeOWNER. shared a Nobel Prize on chem. had a nice 274 set, Danny Brack 473 and Kaye Hans 464. Tom BOWLERS PL

3/10.ZI.24 d..o" Drive. No. N.pl. 9lh St. No. MIdway 22270 WANTS TO SELL this is try for their discoveries.Thereare 265, Reggie Lord 252 and Billy Thomas tossed games of 183. 47 31
Builders Man
CUSTOM BUILT 2b.droonn.Ittbath now 103 elements listed. VanArsdale 258. David Loachhit 185, Arvlll Holland 179, Mary
homo on 100 x 135' 44 34
Business Oppt.A 40-Autos Repair Parts 55-Stores Office lot North Neploe 'location Americium and curium-ele. a 171 single and Dewey Work. lIarroun 170, Ann Davis 161, Furniture Fllr

EXTRA INCOME may bo your ments 95 and 96 respectively inger converted the 5.7. Jane Paquette 154, Vera Lee 155. L. V. Shields Dldr 42 36

Office, Space 12 x 19 ft. ForRent from this bedroom. I.beth were similarly produced by BANTAM KITTENS Dubble and Katie Stull 159. Crayton Cove 1J\dry 41 la1lI.teher
GOLDEN Hydraulic Tailgate hoIst' for Z Coast home plus GUEST COTTAGE In
at MJ
BUSINESS' OPPORTUNITY ton truak Cell Ml zest;. Colony I Bldg. 3ti per Sth mo Ave Sotf excellent location Both com. bombardment. Neither of these Hasslnger led with a 257.138 ROLLING BROOKS MIXED. Const. 40 38

for WANTED Ow".r.M..m."t: A couple ortpuplee of the 3/2Ut plately RIGHT furnithed! -THE PRICEIS artificial or man.made Cements Beth Clemmer rolled a lone 121, Gordon River swept all from King Insurance 38 40

Beeutlful Bonlte Springe So* Contact: Is known to exist in nature. Susie Bell 118, Terry Kllngler Palm River with an assist fron Taml.ml Tire 36 42

Hotel, Excellent terms to the LOOK HEREI FOR RENT COMMERCIAL 108 and Cindy Parham 102. Gene Tessler 530.191. New Rl. 35 43
right pertloe Contact pereon BLDG. With or without, ept In ".(.member. to rent buy *r Pine Lanes
ally Or Chee. Qneu Wymen reer Reaionebl 2255 **ll" contact JUNIOR MIXED .. Star was ver flooded out the Babblers Bonita t.6tJ. 35 43:
ZZ301 or write P. Q Bex IZI Wondering where to go :3/11 tfTemleml Lucille On Leeh Brown"Virgil /
Roads Bad As Brendon Haynes with a 541.191 led by Marge Mlltner 481).1 83. 32" 4
.. 'Iorid.21.5t .. r' ..* Bon Spr. Bus.Men o
onits.&prin5s. B
!/ With your car problems? Trail Storee For Rent Marciim leegerPe'STr,1" Jim Sheets !513-191. Barbara Marco Pass took over Shark
Commerclel or Professional A"'. ".. *.", .
Factory Finish Point Job for $i5 per mo See G H. Sorensen led th'e girls with a River with Al Tatu high 565.

MALL MOTEL.APTS.-NEAR Wreck Rebuilt Luff R. E. Broker 421 tth POLLY 420.146 Ann Scott 393.141. Dan. 200. Charlie Rice with 579. POWDER PUFF PL
St.. No.. MIdway 2ZZ70 70 4fl
OWNER BUILDING IARGER Tuneup.Front Storm Moves ny Mullins listed s 468 series 233 led Henderson Creek In their Fran'sllalr Designs
MOTEL. EXCELLENT IN. end elignmant'' REALTY Horse Creek. Jim Eckard'j Fashion 68 48
COMJL Ml 2152 57 Houses For Sale and Jerry Davis 458. Eric Dan. victory over
Motor Overhaul -
i/ZOIMI. Transmission rebuilt *172 Jewel Box Avenue, Royel lets reached a solitary 194Steve Croak used s 214 for a 853, Plaza Beauty 64 52

Harbor Weterfront eeewell, Hartley 179 Butch Lord 161 Wanda Rice 468159. Mary Lanza Dorothy's 61 55
LubrIcationBrakes \ bedroom 2 bath house In central heat end elr, 2 bdrme. ,
7-Dogs o Cat o Pet Rove' ) Harbor I yr new 2 baths. porch goroge, tit.150ItSI Into Midwest reached a 199 singleton, Bert Violas Beauty 60 56Betty's

Polish Wax tlStOO. Call Ml 2.73M after Kernaghan 198, Ev. Fager 194, Fashions 56 60
t.30 p m 122.Zwk. Mandarin' Rd. 2 bdrm. south central and eastern Kan
NICE EASTER GIFT Don"t look any further Z b.ths. central heat and ..ir.poch By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Captain Grant 176, Hazel Abra. Lilly's 54 1/51 61 1/2
Deechund pupa AKC R... 7 See carport Assume mort sass northern Missouri, south hamson 188 Howard Follls 184
HOUSE FOR SALE weather moved Into 521/2 63 1/2
..... melee end femelee Stormy Vogue Fashions
w. No doting cottt $2.000 eastern Iowa and west central
Owner North. 4 bedroom
moving (Hoverman( 182 Mae Grant
etock Immediate. dellvery Chevrolet Inc. Sage haz. Bettye ,
Champ causing
Ml Z.tilt. Ingram 2 bath custom built CBS fit'tOO. the Midwest today Illinois A persistent and some Verda's Beauty 50 66
3/ZZ 160 Jerl Jerabek 170 finer
130 9th St., N. Ml 2.SIOINaple home. near schools end thop ardous driving in a four.atate 44 72
ping center Large Fl*. room 145 Ith St No. I bdrmt. I times heavy rain froze on high 168 Mary Gordy 169 Jean Hyder Fifth Ave. Beauty
Fl : area after early spring winds,
end garage: Kitchen has built beth fireplece carport. good ways as temperatures dropped.
12-Help Wanted'Experienced 'In r.".. end 30' oven Coder. investment HZ.150. snow and rain pounded the West 154 and Ann Follls 153. .
end birch paneling throughout Topeka Kan., reported a thun. PINE LANES P1TTMAN CLASSIC PL

Mausoleum eeleemen 41-Trucks o Tractors h.", .. Central! oil' heet Beeuti 450 Itth Av.. So AQu,',,,,. 2 for two days. .erstorm which started Tuesday TRAIL BOWLERS .. Richard J one's Radio & TV 70 42
bdrm, 2 bethe central boat 4elr said
or eeleewomen for Ft My. ful lawn and undergroundeodinkling The U.$. Weather Bureau
ere eree. Must prove experience Bb you tan get a yetem end pump. garage. weterfront 31,100. the storm should reach the East dropped sleet, freezing rain and Boner of the Bonlta Mets Is on L. V. Shields 68"
no ege limIt. Apply Ne .tli"6nc conditioned, Mutt b* sic hail Hall described ss the size
H ton
pickup truck the sidelines because of broken Insurance 631/2 48 1/2
Lot 25 Ilock t. Harbor King
pin Memonel Gerdene In Neeplee for only |17". See G H. LUFF to be appreciated.. Reaeonably Royol Coast By tonight or Thursday. of golf balls fell In Kansas City
(:30 to II:30 '.m. LUFF GMC INC. 421 9lh St. pric.d. 1233 ROyal, Palm Drive overlooking bey. ...w.lI. Cot The Weather Bureau Issued ribs. Speedy recovery Rlchardl Michigan Homes 61 61Hogue's
3/14.15.21 ,..,. tltOO. tacrlllce S6l50. Mo.
temporary location Ml 2.4150. Crayton Cove Laundry took all
for 1/2 511/2
/5t' hazardous driving warnings Fuh Clmp60
cold arctic air
tf bedroeme. 2 bathe IU block' Lot 14 17th Ave '. Aqu* Unseasonably from Bonta! Springs BusinessMen 60
13-Help Want. Female : beech On Central! Ave tilSOO ,' len.. w-;.. Ol': |7:SOO.: covering the north central states led Francis Lord witha Keeling Appliance 52

TRUCKS He* deluxe living room sacrifice 16250 PUBLIC NOTICE battled warm south winds by Team #7 37 75
Florida combination with 579-221 and Bill Keeling a 221
Women to do light houeework room ,
end cook 1 meel. I hors deity Choice fireplece screened porch end Lot 13 Banyan Blvd High lot sweeping In from the Gulf of loner. Joe Braun with a 538. Team #3 36 76
er I hours 1 deye e week Ph Your (295.00 enclosed gerege, Also Included' overlooking' Gulf Sacrifice, et NOTICE!: Of INTENTION TO Mexico Showers and rain re
Ml 1-4104 after I p.m. tf T. Chev Wlk.ln draped end cerpeting Tom 15950 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 199 led Furniture Fair in their
McBride, t32 Perk St suited through the lower and TWIN COUNTY. BB
I T. Ford Walkin' .Realtor The undersigned do hereby certify weep over Builders Mart. Scor.
Counter 4 kitchen help Over SO. Ml Z 6X4. ZlltfHouee VINCE CONBOY that they ere conducting e bull middle Mississippi' Valley and Moon's 671/2 441/2
honors to John who Masonry
1$. wented for deye Must be ALL IN RUNNING con silts el lt.eVdVooiwi. note mt Naplet, Florid. under the Ing go Hogue
steady end relleble Apply' In l" beth. Living room Dining III SIlt Ave Parkway fictitious name nf COASTAL CON. northeast to Michigan. tossed his first 600. Using ram Brunk Miller Ins. 67 45
person Ceroueel Drive In. North CONDITION WITH room kitchen plenty of cebi ..... M'' 1.5741 ITRUCTION end tnet said firm le Snow began tapering off In the e. of 195.204.205 he rollod a Fager Roof Coating 61 51
1964 LICENSE .
Troll 3/11 tfReceptionlet PLATES composed of the following parsons
nut) Family room (air cend) YARkCES LANDING mountains (If Colorado but still
closet whote nemet end plecee of reeldence 604 series. Jack Hatcher fired Gulf Coast Motors 61 51
Florida room storage An exciting new waterfront
end Apply
I In person Neplee eecretery Medical Your Choice $295.00 with wether 4 olec water hut Co-op on Che**pea ko Avi.. Donald ere R ee follow: fell lightly. Flagstaff, Ariz., lay a 228 for a 601. Bud Hogue Blbbee's MItt 57 65
Center or Ir\ Z-ZII1. FURNITURE FAIR a,. carport with iterate closet Oyeter Say From t7tOC to Spring Florid- under 21 Inches of snow. Schools reached a 557 set. L.V. Shields
end Terrace House le 01 lit.000 See it today or cell Sunshine Hrdwre 651/2 581/2
3/24.5t closed In the and
John W Ever were
CBS conduction Terrene area came up with a 203 loner O.B.
tiurton Brot 2 2121 After hour
Secretory wanted for ehorthend.Young NO. TRAIL floors. electric well heetert. | J314 "/,,, Naples. PIoidsOwnership of COASTAL CON. highways were cloggtd with Osceola 193 and Paul Schmidt Nap. Floor COy. 54 1/2 57 1/2
typing and bookks.pin. Per.m.nent Electric renge end relrig in First Florida 50 62
drifted within 40 mlle
position., 0. H. Luff: eluded The Lot le 70 X ISO le et follow: 191.
R... R. E. Broker. 421 PIN It. 48-Apts. For Rent complete with, tprmkler tyttame Donald R. Williams (0% radius. PITTMAN CLASSIC Bud Rice's Clippers 431/2 68112
9i,oor THAN $ AlP: OPFXDftlOAS John W. Ens,. 60%
No. Ml I 1.1270. I/IU' tress end shrubs
be teen to be eprecieted, TOlfllSTS WILL It ,le their 'Intention te apply to Three highway deaths in separate Ilogue with s 557-198, Charlie Vitro Services 43 69
efficient ..cr.t.ry 'or.m.1I I bdrm furnnh.d apt* Ne.r Irons he Clerk of the Circuit, Court In end accidents In Coloradowere
few block
beech end hopping, Weaklyrnonthly Location RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT/ Rice, 556-193 and Buck Perry
office. Must know ehort beech et 4M 3rd Ave No. br CoIl"., County. Florida to raeis.
hand end operete electric typewriter er year around Midway under tit 000 Phone Ml Z hid'EjiS Sir the said neme of COASTAL. blamed on snow.sllcked 551.200 led llogue's Fish CampIn PALMETTO BBJohn's
Send reeume to Bex 2304 t 35.tfTTDEAPTS. CONSTRUCTION under the provieioni highways and roads. their victory over Michigan
1737 V'V'' Collier County NeweVZZ -EBB lNsPECTIOiT5 of Chepter Z09JJ. Lows of Clothing 721/2 39 1/2
.tf a 3 BR hornet on 11th Ave. Floride Acts of IMI The Weather Bureau said a Homes. For the opposition, Fred Furniture Fair 60 52
Modern furnished. elficiencieeend ... between Ith 4 Ith St*. WITNESS our hands thIs 4th day heavy disturbance was Indicated Pauly was high with a 568418.
I bedroom apt. ISO amonth priced from 104.500 to f 17.SOO. : Of "b' Corwin Shells 65 6'7Dorothy's
Waitress wented MooI"I.Cou"ty Kelly Rd 0/l7.tf WILLIAM B. STONE. INC. 41EeT 'fiAI'R WILLIAMS :5, the Southern and Gulf states 1..V. Shields fired a 215 for a
See 54 1/2 57 1/2
Club Reeteurent -
Builder JOHN W. EVER tonight and Thursday.
578. Bill Keellne 574416. Harry
\Ann. Kennedy._2111.51 Z Bedroom furnished Efficiency, SO Tenth' St No." Ml ZI73Sr'nTS 7ilEMWCt Mar 21 Apr. I. I. II aIM *I3 Sauchetll\ 572.220.213. Jim Croak Bonlta Springs Spa 48 64

food checker or high children Ml n LANDiNG -
Apt pete or I In 46 66
Tropics Drive'
school .,.eI. willing to trein Z33I7 or Ml 2Sffl 3/IHf An exciting now waterfront Watered a 567414 Gene; Till
Women for serving i lino oxp Co-op on Chetepeeae Ave !
man 554.202 and Buck Perry 551.
In 'rnucmsnete Cell Ml 241SZ :
not neceeeery Apply pereonet Apt Uytter Say From |7SOO to ,
Lamplighter Catetarle 3f! tit MO See it today or e'en 200. Glen Lilts blasted a 257 SEA SHELL MIXED BBCoqulnu

1/Z4. tf14H.lp SABAL SHOHES API. "..,to" ",0'. 22121 After hours ---1 RmcA ..aiw4oesesm Easter Sunday MenuAT single, Jack Hatcher 212, Red 69 1/2 42 1/2
Elficienciee, available. Kelly Rd *JJZ4 3/ttf
-"IIIIJU- Lord 202 and Mike Pike 201. Conchs 60 52
Wanted MalehEED end Areca Ave Ml 2 44tt
3/24.tf THE NEW POWDER PUFF .. High torrran' King's Crown 68 54
58-Lots For Sale
Hair Designs as they won
PART TIME MEN WHO Panama Rollers 55 57
C0U4.D USE AH fwA.se* Furnished I bdrm. apt Adults PUBLIC NOTICEIN all from Plaza Beauty was M.rg Junonlu 55 51
WI A WEaK. PhONE M' only Ml Z265S or 2313t UhxIiO, Multl family lot on Mlltner with 481 and Rl.
Ruby '-
2.3111. 3/lt 3/24tf .. Angel 52 1/2 69 1/2
corner ,5th Ave 14500 Wheel RestaurantOCHOPEE Wings
ner's assist of a 4(2. Fckards
"S Phone owner Ml Z 3719 Z/lt
HELP WANTED 2 rm. furnished ept o TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Sea Horses 49 63
Leading quality end expending, ; month plus utilitie 1401 Creeds 3/lltf AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY made t clean sweep over 5th

homo builder orgeniiotien !i_._ ___ 3/Z4 FLORIDAIN FLORIDA Avenue Beauty Salon led by Bebe Sand Dollars 49 63
need. 5 matur productive PORT ROYAL LotZZ. Galleon CHANCERY
eeleemen with' C view toward Efficiencies, Day Week or Drive For Sale, or Tr..... CASE NO. lOll I . - U Moog with a 502 and an aid from
the future Excellent working, Month (IRIS MOTEL). Ml Write G J. Herbert lUG Post DUNCAN CAMCRON.Pleintiff. Mary Hatcher 475. Terry Mur. ROLLING BROOKS BO

condition Home Contact Mooring Fred Peuly.Michigan Line. 2Z30Z or Ml ZSltt__ Road 0..,.". Cone.'To nan was the star for the day Henderson Creek 681/2 (31/2

Drive The Mooring of Naples. DON'T BUY OR RENT settle lE.tot. Lot 11. Shock Louise ELIZABETH CAMERON $3.75 $3.75 with a 520-187 Nour Turner Gordon River 68..
UNTIL YOU tEE K. Pine Eotension. Defendant
3/Utf MANAGERAbove YANKEE LANDING RI R'd.thL 37.0 NOTICE TO DEFEND 471-202, Marie Weaver 485. New Rive 63 49

rMI-T SALES Exciting. unueual. different A No. Trail. Ml Z-4II. i/lltf TO Betty Celts produced a 173 Ion. Marco Pus 62 51'

.deal working ovorego' condition.r"I. ewait with Ave waterfront' m Oy Co-op ter on Bey.Chepeke So* Mtodey NEAR"B. EA- CH. ZONED LOUISE 141 South ELIZABETH PenetequitBaychero CAMERON 1. ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF AU.JUS er, Fay Hatcher 167, Marie Er. Palm River 59 1/2 62 1/2

a good odmlntetretor' Must be or *4I Burton Broef .. NEIGHBORHOOD SHOPPING Long Island. New York ickson 162, Irene Belavek 160, Babblers 54 58
obi* to gloSs end work effectively ZI2I After hour 2337 3/ttf On hIlts Ave So Owner Ml You "'* hereby notified that suit 2. WAGON WHEEL
with salesmen In growing : .:: 2 35M or Ml 2 2030 N. P lloen.Reeltor for "i'co has been Institutedagainet Polly Pearson 151-155, Susie Rookery Bay 53 1/2 58 InClXambu

fcepfo Root Estate CompanyeecUIIH ......,,, I bed .eom u...uri>..h tW tth tt So. Neple you In the Circuit Court of Kllngler 155, Barbara Collins Kats 52 60
** to quality.homoe J/Z4.1t Collier' County Florid, In Chen.
..btht resume to tox 1737 AAgjlir *4 APARTMENT w.<.. complete 3. ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING 168, Edith Stone 150. Kay _
kitchen Near beach and trwo 1Vboo' Homeeite t blocke cory by DUNCAN CAMERONPleintiff Horse Cruk 4S 67
; Courtty Newi. 3/ll.lf end the laid Defend Wolfe had nice games of 131.
PIM. BY SEASON O* VCARm to beech 5th St No. $4,540. you 1
Sib .Ave So Ml I.JillmrKd Tom McBride. Reeltor, 132 ent LOUISE, ELIZABETH CAMERON Served With 132, Jane Herren 135-137 El. Shark River 341(2 771/2
15-S.... Help Wanted Perk St So MI 2.1144. 2/lttf ere required to Me your Anwr
in said suit with the Clerk
duet Air cenci. efficIency' 'M 1bdrm. Lot libel IhoreaTonTenTenrLe of the Above. Court et the CourtHouse I BAKED POTATO We; ".. l.y, March 25. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11DRIVIN'
Sales People Wented be .pt. N... beacA andrP etion. Price |7M In Neple Collier County
exp In eelee of tangible will. .... .,.. di..c David Cone*, .itor.S m Florida on or before the Mil day
log to work herd Prefer me* Hh Ave Ee Ml Z.3I%I of April. A D.. IM4. end) t* torvecopy HUBBARD SQUASH -J- Ttit3 TRAIL
M to M .
or women ege Apply a of tame upon WILLIAM LAMAR -
Naples Memorial Garden. Vandorbitt I......,_ opartenont rev Sale Wooded kot pea, ROSE. Attorney for the Plaintiff =
Drive end. lllth Av*. htnie Ifvmg rowS. kitchen edowlewn. Easy School Term city weleravailable. Call whoee eddroee n Poet 000ichSon I ENGLISH PEAS PLANTATION STYLE SURE IS GRIM i. ,
No Neple 5:31: to II:30 sm.324.252S A both Ml 2-Mtl 2/ZMf MA way 2tZ or a.* yourbroker 4*. Fort Myor Flondei. other f; \ : ,
wit*. th* Decree Pro Cefe*.o *hllbo
__ _ _ entered I1RRIVIJL ;
egeinet you '
.TIMe ;
WITNESS my"''''' end. the teal O /
?H Aero Camp site Iltl CAbInSlhh of this Court this the 2nd day ; -
Gotden on /
acres I mil from of Merc*. A D 144MARGARET. ALSO SLIM.IAnnouncements -
dFt -----r
't I cr.: I-III-2': :;HAbMtutely T SCOTT |L
yoareacha.nwe the fineetpeculetio eesImit Clerk of th* Circuit CourtCLERKS SERVED FROM: 11 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. |

i8 Collier. County ( SEAL) 1111 LINES

people ..riaO.ItH" LUFF St No R: E Midway.I Brohor Deputy By INEZ Clerk MAQILL FL V NIJPLES

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