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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40th tEAR NUMBER 172 10 Pages 10 CENTS FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1964 Add o *;.hoar" .for Marco I

Ar d MAY Park, Rec Boards Hold Joint Meeting'Fleischmonn


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SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) II
A search began today for an I
LID spotter plane with two U.S.
officers aboard which die cep. _
peared in Jungled mountain terrain > r 0,, pi t V' ni Z"ti Plans Taking ShapeThe I

near the Laotian frontier. t f

NAHA, Okinawa (AP) A
"chlmneytop strike" entered Its
fourth day today as four Okl. Parks Board and Recrea. Council spend no more than $1,000 1 I ball field would go in the south. Ann Atkinson; Recreation Board
nawan employes of an American tlon Board, meeting jointly >es- for picnic tables, outdoor grills west corner of that block. The chairman John Cowles, Thomas
plywood company continued terday afternoon at the proposed and other equipment to make the settling pond takes up much of Brown Bill Longshore and Recreation *
to hold out on top of a 131. park site, recommended that City park ready for use by June the CHowned block south of Director Julius Lesser
foot chimney.The Council name the area "Flelsch- They suggested that the City the water plant Savldge Wood, and Parks superintendent .
four are supporting un. \ AI mann Park." spend some money to slope the Lime which Is used up In Pat Park.
Ion demands for better working They also recommended that banks of a nearby settling pond,> the water-suftening process Is The board's joint recommendations
conditions and for reinstate used In connection with Water flushed into this pond, Public will go to City Council
ment of six recently dismissed Plant No.2, to make it safer Works Superintendent William and be considered at Web es.
employes They are perched on ReadyTo for children. Fathers and sons Savldge told the gathering, and day's meeting
one of the company's products, from the Lake Park area shouldbe it la possible that within 10 or
a plywood slab less than six tl 'Sell' Area allowed to put up a ball diamond 12 years the "spent1' lime will
feet which p rr on a cleared of the
square they fitted portion completely fill in the pond. That
over the top of the stack. 1'-w park property the boards said would open up that block for pos. RegistrationFor
At World's FairThe The City owns three square stole park development
SINGAPORE, Malaysia (AP) blocks of land. Water Plant No.2Is The Parks Board first pro.

- A bomb exploded in a man. ----_... -- ----.-- -. opening of the 1964 New In one block, and the entire posed the park, to serve the park
hole just outside the Singapore block would be set aside for and playground needs of the Lake Primary
York World's Fair Is now less
PROPOSED PARK SITE east of Water meeting under the shade of a pine
state future expansion of the
palace to.
grounds early plant, Park residential area, which has
day, digging a crater 5 feet Plant No. 2 gets a good look from tree and made several recommenda- than a month sway and In anti- the boards decided. been termed the children's cen.

deep and 7 feet across. members of Parks Board and Recreations about the park site to City Coun cipation Chamber of It,of the Commerce Greater Naples has- A picnic area is proposed for ter of population In Naples The Closes 4
The blast was heard two the block east of the water plant only access roads to the park Apr.
Board who the cil ( ) (NEWS ) announced aim-
miles away, but no one was tion inspected property see story photo two projects which Is extensively wooded.The area are I 10th Street and 17th
hurt Former U.s. Vice Presl. yesterday afternoon. Groups held joint ed at assuring Naples' repre- Avenue North, but extension of
dent Richard M. Nixon, here on sentation at this attraction. 12th Street north of Lake Park (APSe) ,.
rotary of State Tom Adams
an Asian tour, was in a hotel On Tuesday March 31, the Red Germans school Is only a few years away Florida would not have said
less than a mile from the GOP 40 attractive young ladles who City Manager Vince Wood told a truly
McNamara County's representative government until
scene. Says Got A Fire? will serve as hostesses for the assembled boards. "a substantially greater number

PHNOM PENH, CambodiaAP Action Against Call 27111The Wins MandamusWrit Florida the Fair at the will State be In exhibitat Naplesfor Free Fliers "IDEAL SITE" ly of in citizens elections participated" regular
( ) Several hundred stu. Parks Board member Rex Leh.
a quick Indoctrination on He Issued a statement yester.
dents shouted slogans hostile man described the land as "an
to the United States, South Viet N. Viet StudiedWASHINGTON Naples Fire Departmenthas In CourtLATE the community and what It has ideal park site," and others day urging eligible voters to I
Nam and Thailand today in a new emergency telephone NEWS to offer. The hostesses are Shot DownJOHNSON agreed Attending yesterday'smeeting register to vote In the May primaries I
protest against the Vietnamese (AP) The number which Fire Chief Pear. making a two-week tour of the were Parks Board chair. before the S p.m. deadline I
attack on the Cambodian bor. United States has carefully lie Riner suggested Neapolitans Circuit Court Judge Lynn Ger. state under the Florida Devel- man Mrs. Richard Brashear April 4.
der village of Chant rea. studied proposals for direct should post in a prominent place aid today signed a writ of man. opment Commission's trainIng CITY Tex. (AP) Lehman, Frank Kerrigan, and He said Florida's registrationIn I
military action against North near the telephone.The damus requiring Clerk Mar gar. program designed to make -President Johnson was gratl. the 1960 general electionswas I
Rome (AP) The Food and Viet Nam, says Secretary of Defense new emergency number Is et Scott to Inform Tallahasseethat them Florida Sales Women. fled today over Russia's release depressingly low, placing
the state 42nd in the nation In
MI 2.7111. four candidatesfor of two American fliers
Agriculture Organization doubts Robert S. McNamara. Republican
Commission Chairman Wendell Pope Paul Sends
that recent reports on the effect Riner said the present emergency county office are qualified, and pleased the matter "has the percentage of citizens: vot.
of smoking on health will While not ruling out the posslbllity number Ml 2.2221 could or else show cause for not so Jarrard said; "They will been sensibly settled" Easter ing, with 49 per cent
check the steady upward trendin of such a move, he said still be used, but advised that doing at a hearing set for 3p.m., be on the firing line at the The chief executive received 'Time Is rapidly running out
consumption of tobacco. any action along this line would as a part of the expansion pro. April 10.The Fair and we want them to know word by telephone from aides All ChristiansVATICAN for these (unregistered) peopleto
only supplement the main task gram under way at the station four GOP candidates who all of Florida so that they that the fliers who were shot participate In the Democrat.
ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) of wiping out Communist guer. the communication system was seek to run are Murphy Combs, can sell their visitors on a tripto down over East Germany CITY (AP) In lo and Republican primaries. I
Turkish officials today questioned rlllas in South Viet Nam. also being changed.The county judge; Spencer B. Allen Florida" March 10 were turned over to this Holy Week, Pope Paul VI urge all who are qualified but
an East German ship "This course of action its present number Ml 2.2221 dorf, tax collector; Doyle E. Arrangements for the training U.S. authorities at Helmstedt,. has made what Vatican sources not yet registered" to please do
engineer who dived into the implications and ways of carry. will eventually become the bust Kopp, School Board, District 4; visit Naples were handled Germany, today.Presidential said today may have been an so immediately,
Bosporus and swam to shore M ing it out-*as been caretullyltud1edr' ness phone used for lenghty calls,.and Charles R. McCool, super. the Greater Naples Chamber press secretary uniirecotlantqd gesture to non.Cathfli' The secretary of state said
,, -"cHamari .to leave the new fjf to fefhe' the the lest offlclalUbulatlon show
his ship was entering.Black' / told the emergency4um.her "I.orot, registration. which this week George Reedy had expected in raUtO of
Sea en route to Russia. He National Security Industrial As. open for fire calls. The four had been declared also announced announce the release through I Christian witty 8,117,801' registered voters 1
asked for political asylum in soclatlon in a speech Thursday "Post MI 2.7111 In a spot near unqualified by Mrs. Scott because that it Is preparingsome the Texas headquarters of the The gesture was In the form Florida He said 1.9 million
Turkey. night the telephone" Riner advised. of a filing technicality. 60,000 four-color bro- President but it was considerably of Easter greetings to non. more were eligible.
Press reports said the East chures onNaples.ColllerCoun- after the event that he was Catholics in Holy Thursday 'It is Indeed an unfortunate
German was Georg BramJ. ty, and local attractions for distribution able to tell newsmen about It services Thursday night in the commentary on our state that
at the Fair. The In center in Austin basilica of St, John Lateran so many of its citizens have voluntarily .
mong 26, and that he fled a press ,
Thursday from the East Ger. brochures will be given out to Tex the Pope's cathedral as bishopof deprived themselves of
man freighter Voker Gorelkehortt Rights Backers Take Floor Monday those persons Inquiring about The President is at his Texas Rome the right to vote through apathyor
sheer lack
of Interest in the
Naples and Southwest Floridaand ranch for the Easter weekend. For possibly the first time in "
governmental he ad.
can be used to order additional The two airmen Capts. Day. history, a Roman Catholic pon. process,
WASHINGTON (AP)-Senate shall now begin to fight the Shortly after the Senate took Information from id I. Holland, 31, of Holland, tiff spoke In his own cathedral ded.'
WASHINGTON (AP) The backers of the civil rights bill war" its second vote Thursday, the directly Minn., and Melvin J. Kessler, about non-Catholic Christiansand Adams laid unusually heavy
"authoritative" book on events take the floor starting Mondayto Both Humphrey and Russell Rev. Martin Luther King helda the Chamber office.Couldn't 30, of Philadelphia, were hand. in effect, recognized :registration was reportedby
surrounding John F. Kennedy's tell of the merits they see in agreed there would be no votes news conference at the Capitol ed over to American authorities that they too had organized county supervisors in recent
assassination will open with a the measure. next week, although the Georgia and announced plans for "di Resist awaiting them at the Al. churches. weeks Under Florida law, to
gay White House reception and Assistant Senate Democratic senator said foes of the bill rect action" protests U Southern lied Helmstedt checkpoint on the Instead of referring to themas vote one must be 21 years of
close with the President's widow leader Hubert H. Humphrey of. might introduce some of their senators filibuster against the Throwing PiesSAN East.Wett german frontier at "separated brothers," the age, a U.S. citizen, resident of
receiving foreign dignitaries Minnesota passed that word to proposed amendments. civil rights bill. 9:58 a.m. term often used by Catholics to Florida for one year and of the
five days later in the black newsmen after Thursday's vote He declined to say what form FRANCISCO (CAP) Al. The two pilots had been cap. describe non-Catholic Chris. 'county for six months
draped executive mansion. to make the bill the Senate's the protest might take. I li an C. Flnley explained that tlve at an unknown location Hans, Pope Paul addressed
it will be written by William pending business. McArthur Still In answer to a question, the hen he saw those big, cream since their RB60 reconnaissance Easter greetings to the "Or! Transfer Nixon
Manchester during the next Sen. Richard B. Russell, D. Negro civil rights leader said opped. pies he Just couldn't re. bomber was shot down by a So. ental churches," to the "AnCIl.can .
hree to five years. Mrs. John Ga., leader of the Southern sen. Critically Ill, "at this point I would not say s list.What viet jet fighter about 20 miles church," and to "all the Primary LawsuitST.
F. Kennedy personally selected ators who blasted the measure that civil disobedience would Flnley did, police said, inside East Germany other Christian communities PETERSBURG (AP) -
him for the Job although she through 18 days of speechmak.ing But Improved become necessary" Adding that vas fling two of the pies in the A third member of the plane's derived from the reform of the Die] lawsuit to force Secretary
had never met him, a family In opposition even to "civil disobedience could become f lace Leland E. ICth century and who are
taking WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. of delivery man crew, lt Lt. Harold W. Welch sepa- Q>if State Tom Adam to put for.
announcement said Thursday. up the bill, said his forces prob. oral of the Army Douglas Mac. necessary" to dramatize Baum as Baum unloaded the of Detroit Mich., was released! rated from us." mar Vice President Richard
ably would be biding their time Arthur's moderately Inflamed the Issues, he stated he is an pies from his truck Thursday. March: 21, All three pilots had Vatican sources said It was l'Ixon'. name on Florida's prl.
PHILADELPHIA (AP-Fred next week. right lung showed marked 1m. advocate of nonviolence. Finley, promptly clapped In parachuted from their plane a clear gesture of good will to. n nary election ballot was trans
Schoen, a bank messenger But he Insisted his side had provement today-but he remained When the Senate debate re* j|all on a battery charge, said and Welch was injured In land ward the non.Cathollcs by the fl erred to the state capital for
chased a gunman two blocks lost only a skirmish in Thurs. in serious condition sumes Monday, the bipartisan E Baum "has no sense of humor." ing, 'CS-year-old pope t rial
Thursday to recover an attache day's voting and declared "WeRENEW though still progressing satis bloc supporting the bill plans to
case containing business papers factorlly. be ready to lay down a com.
that had been grabbed from //1' Walter Reed Army Medical plete case for all 11 titles of the vr
Center spokesmen laid measure
him.The gunman dropped the case. YOUR _nDRIVER'S "The significant development In Thursday's voting, the Sen.
Schoen picked it up, then called LICENSE ,. 1. today is that the lung shows ate first agreed 67 to 17 to take r''
police. DURING YOUR marked improvement. Other. up the bill formally for debate.
Schoen is 84 years old. BIRTH MONTH wise, his condition la the same" Then, In what was regarded ax
> the first real test, the Senate
voted 50 to 34 to kill a move by
Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., to
send the measure to the Judiciary .
Committee until April 8. .4.. # ,
Humphrey conceded that the a ,
vote to table this referral motion .

was. somewhat bigger than f
'A. the bill's supporters had antici ,? '.l ,
pated. He credited church

groups with winning extra sup. k,,
port. .,
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Good Friday ,KWjt r l 4 '
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Saddest Day Of }


Christian YearNEW ,#
YORK (AP-Good Fri. '
day, saddest day of the Chris. ,
3i tlan calendar and the start of t ,- r1pt
Passover the Jewish festival
marking the liberation of the Is. 4 ,_ v
raelltes from Egyptian bondage, A 1 Ri
coincide todaY.Protestant r

and Catholic chur.ches .
are holding sere .
ices at various times today and

tonight. Maoy of them are three ,. S rn r ,,
hour services In observance of i ,S; ,
the three hours .of the Crud. h1. s, 4t7'

Passover, which emphasize
GUIDING DESTINIES of the Collier first vice-president. At the meeting religious freedom, begins at sun

County Republican Club are the men plans were announced for a breakfast down.Orthodox It and will Conservative lie observed Jew by P

in the top picture. From left: Bruce Saturday, April 4, at the Beach Club for eight days and by Reform -.-- -.---.... -- als:

Mumm, treasurer; Murphy Combs, retiring Hotel to be attended by three out
president, Col. C. J. Himes, new- state Republican congressmen as wellas churches do not observe > ami Trail and Davis Blvd. continues at a good pace deman Creek bridge J. W Conner and Sons of
Easter until May I thus
ly elected president, who took office state and local GOP candidates their Good Friday Services will Installation of storm drainage pipe and a large man Tampa are doing the work for $554,274.

Wednesday night and Don T. Jones, (NEWS photo) not come until May 1. hole have made this a large-scale project.. Trail will (NEWS photo)

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IMMOKALEE FULL GOSPEL r Plans ReportedSet Takes the helped(Russian collect Orthodox money for Church the

OF NAPLES METHODIST CHURCH COMMUNITY CHURCH oNEr. For Easter Nikita war effort and this Influenced

Rev Robert Martin, pastor Rev Richard Howe, Pester Rev Don Paulson, pastor Stalin to exercise a more toler.
SUNDAY Rev. George Paulson Sunrise ServicePlans ant attitude toward religion in.
Service 9:00: u.m. n the Soviet
side Union
Sunday School at 10:40 ...m.Tl'lllnin& Morning Worship 8:10 A 11 assistant pastor e ts have been finalized Tougher Line Ing to the report.Commenting accord::

Union 6:00: p.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates 1 for the Easter Sunrise Ser-
Jr. Intermediate and Sr. on the apparent
Evening Worship 7:00 South Naples ,
t vice to be held at CaribbeanGardens
M.Y.F., 6:30: p.m.tv.nln 14 t. paradox involved In sending
WEDNESDAY Sunday School 10 a.m. according to the MinisterIal ChurchesNEW Russian Orthodox delegates
Worship, 7:80 p.m. With to
Prayer Service 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY Morning worship fl a.m. Association and the the Ecumenical CouncU..in.

W. M. U. (2nd) 7:00 p.m. Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m. Sunday evening 7 p.m. i' Naples Jaycees co-sponsors, YORK (AP-A private- Rome, audio liberty Tteclaredi

Brotherhood (2nd) 7:00: p.m.Christian Choir Practice, 8:00: p.m. Wed prayer service 7:30 p.m. e of the annual event. ly backed radio station that "The fact Is that the athelsttc

Campus WEDNESDAY The "Call to Worship" given broadcasts freedom messages to Soviet regime persecutes rellgt.ous .
Club . 7:00 .
: p.m.Gill's Midweek Prayer Service, Number by the Rev. Harry C. Par- the Soviet Union, reports that believers while at the same
} Auxiliary 7:00: p.m. Adult A Children, 7:30: p.m. Wrong ham will open the Sunrise Ser- Soviet suppression of religion has time using their leaders for pur.
Royal Ambassadors 7:00: p.m, number of of foreign policy .
narply reduced the poses lm.agery.
Methodists Get vice at 6:15 a.m. The Rev.
Sunbeams . 7:00: p.m. of .
churches to worshippers
3 w9' 'r Ledles will deliver the open
Choir (Thursday) 7:00 p.m. IMMOKALEE Copies Of PlayboyPASCO k Easter Barge all faiths. The statement continued
which Identifies "ft Is significant that
CHURCH OF GOI'ulorl S Radio Liberty, present.
Rev O. P. O.B..... Wash. (AP)-ln this Three choirs will sing traditional Itself as a "Voice of Freedom" day religious persecution >In the
FIRST ASSEMBLYOF R Easter worship .
automated age, someone must songs.A station, says Information from Soviet Union affects all faiths
GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. have goofed and punched the chancel choir made up of behind the Iron Curtain Indl. -Christian, Jewish, Moslem
t Mimlowliiwn Ave., E. Nspltr. Morp<"ff Worship 11 a.m. wrong button.A 9 choral members from various I cater Soviet Premier Khru. and others. Actually, the Soviets\
Rev. H.M. Snow Evening/ Worship 7:39: p.m. large pouch of mail arrived churches a special children shchev may be more severe put religious groups in two

Sunday School 10 am. Thursday at the Rlvervlew ;r choir of over 100 voices and ,than his predecessors In the classifications Those that art

Morning Worship) 11 a.m. Methodist Church. The address the Naples Senior Choir will campaign to suppress religion. recognised by the regime (Or.

Evening Worship 730 p.m.. EVERGLADES tag showed -It was from the ,_ ANY appear on the program.The In a report, Radio Liberty thodox Church Baptists, ."1)1.
Youth Service -. Tuesdayat COMMUNITY CHURCH Methodist Publishing Co., Nash.vllle Naples Jaycees will states that the Soviet war lams) and those that are not xl

7:30 p.m.Midweek Rev. II. G. Welsbetker, pastor Tenn. handle the parking problems against religion, begun after the hence considered illegal, Catho.He .
Service -- Thurs S'.nd.y School 10 a.m. Inside were 100 copies of Play October 1917 revolution was relentlessly Jewish Lutheran. But both
and and after
serve coffee rolls -
Morning/ Worship 11 a.m. boy magazine for Massachusetts waged by ex.Premler classifications are under Com.
at 7:30
day p.m.
subscribers. the service. Josef Stalin. During the bleak munlst fire ft Is just a matterof
GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH The early morning Easter I days of World War II, however, degree.
t, Guilford {Id., Guilford Acres EVERGLADES BAPTIST Service In the Gardens has In -

t E. C. Bealrd Pastor CHAPEL BE A 'FRIEND'TO VISUAL I A I D The Rev Herbert Peterson pastor the past attracted large audien

Ii Dominion Rd., Avulon Estate Pastor Rev Eric C. Weldon YOUR LIBRARY of a Lutheran church: In Davenport Iowa uses traffic Corner'Easter
. Cant Naples Sunday -School- A:4B a.m.- signs to illustrate his sermon at Lenten season services. ces.Community Good Friday Ser SUNDAY SERVICES Morning Worship; 11 a.m. vices were held today at the

Bible School 10-00: a.m. Training Union 6 p.m. I First Baptist Church from 12-

1I101'nlnWOI'lIhll'/ 11:00: a.m. Evening Worship 7:80: p.m. noon until 3 p.m. The Naples Morning''Tis
Training Setvire 7:00: p.m. Wednesday Service We know dour old philosopher Ministerial Association was In

Evening/ WorsMn' 8:00: "..m.t Prayer Meeting 7:80: p.m. All l dressed I for who always has something charge of the services. Easter morn at Naples

WED. EVENING SERVo up nasty to say about what That lies on the rolling sea,
Bible Study and makes others happy. His
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. COPELAND BAPTIST latest diatribe Is against folks First Service Just as it is Easter morn

Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. MISSION EltI TEln "parading to Church In all On the sea of Galilee.
Rer. Clyde Mania their Easter finery."
t Sunday School 10 a.m. But he won't get far with For New Church Many good people will go to churchTo

TRINITY.BYTHECOVEEPISCOPAL Worship Services his complaints. For, strangeas hear the Easter story;

CHURCH 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. this might sound the mod. This Sunday Some to the Caribbean Gardens
Port Royal Prayer MtetlagsWednesdays ern Easter "outfit" has its
t The R...' Richard T. Lambert at 1 P.M. root in the very meaning of Outside, for a morning of glory.As .
t y!
Services the day.
the choir "He is Risen"Music
Holy Communion 8:00: ..m. Easter has always stood sings,
Church School and CHOKOLOSKERCHURCH for newness of life. It marks floats out through the air,

- Family Worship, 9:15: ..m. OF GOD ., ? ,, Christ's victory over death.It As you hear the words of the ministers
Morning Worship 11:00: ..m. Sunday School 10 a.m. promises an eternal destiny
WednesdayHoly Morning Worship 11 am.JARCO .iI";' "e+ to those who embrace the Seems Christ is very near.

Communion, 9:30: a.m, s Faith.
; In the Gardens above Gethsemane
Holy Days _., 7r :.: Eastet puts old things; o.. "' '
CHURCH 0'. GOD. ; 'I .: tot "
Communion-, at 8:00\: .. )m.. .-. < 'Ira. D. lUnteek. pester -. ,, ea i: ,. I,,'a)'.and.\ brings cut tbe7>ewfcu f41 ti ".tz I wnl'qtJe"t: ;lifst.1)(4Y4&? d taIl yFi')'o 119'1'"g, h .,
Morning Worship 11 ''..ra. the Earth send. forth were

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Evening Worship 7(15 p' t. ofss 4 s Its verdure as God reveals Some with torches flaring bright.
s our Hope.
Third Ave., So. & Sixth St. lit a ,r f And if there Is a glow of ei+ f Today the Master invites us to come

Rer. John W. Stump GOODLAND MISSIONOF ti f happiness in wearing that Walk the narrow path with him
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. OUR 8AVIOUF + I new dress or hat or suit. ,
Services on Sunday Sunday School 9 '..m. ) ,rt y:1 4 well, it's only a hint of the For this is what he lived and died for

9:30 a.m. and lltOO arty y Ret; Richard T. LaartervJEHOVAH'S r joy that comes with finding To save us all from sin.
that New Life.
::1s 'IPk
ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC3rd By Martha Helen Hall
St. & 10th Ave., So.
Father Bernard 1. Hickey Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue 'Easter'Easter
64.94041 Minister Wallnco Emirts
Sunday Masses
weekdays 7 a.m. only Bible Study Wed. 8 p.m. isn't lust eggs and rabbits;
Confessions t Saturday Minister School Fri. 7:30: p.m. 1 1lk
There are different habits
4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. Service Meeting Fri. 8.30: p.iq. -- many ,
Sunday School 0 a.m. Public Address Sunday 5:30 p.m : DR. OSCAR McCULLUMThe Like worshipping God In churchOr

Confraternity Class of \htch: Tower Study Sun 6:45 p.m having a family picnic under a birch.

Christian Doctrine FIRST CHRISTIAN public Is Invited Sun- Easter is the day when Christ arose from the dead.
Mondays ut 7:80: p.m. < fj ;w day at 11 ..m. to the Inaugural -
CHURCH OF NAPLES i1, service of the brand-new When he was crucified he had a crown on his head -

NAPLESBAPTIST afandmln Dr.MinisterDr. Coquina Sands ..>.. '* .. t.1\ Central Baptist Church which The crown was made of sharp thorns.
CHURCH ''t.. x,. will meet for the time being As it
Rodger Nooe '.. ., 'N placed on his head some rememberedthe
Miadowluwn Ave., Bunt Naples Bible School 9:45: a.m. "."". ... "1"' to at the Masonic Temple Just night He was born.
Rer. Ledles Barge Paster Church Service 11 I.m. S .... .., ;'k ,'- '. \ north of Pine Lanes. There
Sunday Choir: Practice Wednesday 7:30: -- ,''t.-' '\.t., .t;'. Dr. Oscar McCollum, who were nails through his feet and hands
.., ,: > has been In the ministry for Which today no one could stand
Sunday School 10:00: .m. Vesper service 5 p.m. Sunday tt'all: S I .i ;I" '" ;
Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. '" .. ->'! ...- 23 years, Is the new congre Some fell down on their knees and cried

Training Union 7:00: p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST ...!! E" \:.'. ". d: ,0"o ) gation's pastor. His Easter tocause the Christian life to teach he had tried.
Tamiaml Trail at 14th Ave. N. .. .1 will feature the
Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. ....4fl:.; ,. $ : <) Sunday sermon
WednesdayMid Charles Wharton II minister t 1''. ,. '... \.,.' ', resurrection of Christ. 5th grade 10Va years old.

Week Sunday ? ..., "..),',*_'. q .tftl One of the first goals of the, By Donna Steele

Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Bible study 10 ..m. .. ". p ""';: : I.'\ THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH Central Baptist congregation.
Adult, Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. r x t w "S. Is to raise funds for a church :"
'fII.tJi.J The Church U the treateet factor "rlend rapport the Church They BORED TOw TEIIRS ,
Evening worship 7:30: p.m. t... i("J 4 : kit, on Mirth for Uw building of duns are: 11)) For. his own eek*. (S) For building. Property on Sea Gate \\I ";---f:
WednesdayBible *' ."-.if 5 .i""in and food clU..nahip.lIl.a(tore hie children**ak*. (3) For Ih*take Road has been purchased.The c !! / > TIRED ToO ; :
NAPLES 3 K''M( ..r1l houM iplntual value. Without of has community, and nation. ( ) 0'tf
BAPTIST CHURCH 'rt>rdy 7:30_: p.m. .. : .- .. : t strong Church nitre democracy For UM aake of the Church '1Ie1'. new church Is affiliated J FLOWN l
U.., Marion E. WackerSunday GRACE LUTHERAN .!Jt t.;'.. ., :.t, :: civlliulkm i on ourvive Tlwre which' nerd his' moral and Insist, with the Baptist Bible Fellowship WOULD HAVE ,
lour found Plan to to church r
r roaaon why awry support ao fu-
School 10 a.m. CHURCH OF NAPLES f t/ :: i prraon should attend wrvlcrt. ivfu- larl.nd read your Bible daily. along with 51 other t. I
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Missouri Synod 1. churches In this state and 1,
Evening Woishlp 7:30: p.m. U. 8. 41 and 12th Ave., No. IM(' yr.e 4') .:'r *s.Y4. Copyright 1964. KeiaUr Advrtilnc Service Inc.,Straaburs.Va. 400 others In the nation. Before 501 FLYIIIJPLESiIKLINESrJJ

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. Pastor Sunday Monday TuesdlY Thursday Wednesday Friday Saturday coming here. Dr. Mc- ..
N Rev. George W Price Lamentations Romlns Romani II Timothy I Corinthians: I John Jude Collum was minister for 14

FIRST METHODIST Sunday School 9 a.m. 3:37-012: JI.11: 8:18-25: 2:8.13: 15:51.58: 6:1.6: U:21: years at the Central Baptist
NAPLES Church Service 810( :30 a.m. a .
CHURCH OF Church at Southgate suburb -
Holy Communion .
First Avenue, S. & Fourth St. First Sunday each Month These Religious Messages Contributed It The Cause of the Chuttfc of Detroit. I
Pastor Rev. Harry C. ParhamSunday I. I

Worship 8:45-11: a.m. and Community. the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES DEATHS I Easter Sunday MenuAT I
Sun. Eve Worship Serv. at 7:30"Sunday FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST "
School, 9:45: a.m. SCIENTIST -- WASHINGTON (AP) Eu. THE NEW

Junior, Intermediate and Central Avenue at Oth Sheet West Coast Furniture Trail 'Builders Supply Naples Coin LaundrySpeed rent D. Sawyer, 52, a Foreign
Senior Fellowship 6 p.m. Complete Interior Company Queen Washers 4 Service officer diplomat and
Sunday Service 11:00: a.m. He Mh Avo. h. Naplo s. 1'1. .y' Soy Wash African specialist for the U.s.
Prayer Meeting.,, Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Naple. Florida U S. Hwy 41 N. 4 Whitman Slvd Information died Wagon Wheel Restaurant
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Wed. Evening Meeting 8 pm. Ken & Bill TV Hospital Richards Roofing Service Open 14-Hour* N. Naples' _AJenoy1

Reading Room 520 Pork St. Sales. Service 'Rental .Mane MI I-4SM NaplesSunshine W Noerr. Ownor. Wednesday.- OCHOPEE, FLORIDA

ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC Monday thru Friday 10-r4 p.m, Repair on All Small Appliance Hardware Naples Furniture Co. NORWALK, Conn. (AP) Re ..O. . BBJSJSHB
> MI tmi
CHURCH M Airport Read
Friday evening 7 to 9 Lee 48 former
p.m. James B. pres.
Iglt Building corner of 'Your Complete Hardware Store" me .... Tmlml. Trll Lee Hat
Ident of the Frank H.
Trail CHURCH OF GOD Charles R. LeBuff Til Sth Avo. So. $
and the
Street V5
Goodwin I
Co., died Thursday after a $3.75
Cor. 10th St. & 11th Ave., N. Cabinet
Bonita Spring Shop
Rev David Lanier Naples Rexall Store Illness.
Father Joseph E. Beaumont Dalai) Cabinet Furniture Mpir' BB Builders
Sunday School 10 ant.Morning SOS Mh Av*. So. Specialties 1. ROAST PRIME I
Antique Reproduction OF
Sunday Masses 7:30: 9:80: a..n' Trail North MI MISS TEMPLE, Tex. (AP-Dr. Al. WP AlWUS
Worship 11 u.m 41 llth St. h. MI IlSii .
Confession Prior to Evangelistic Service 7:30: p.m. The Bank of Naples Plywood Door Builder H weSchUje bert C. Broders, '78, a retired 2. WAGON WHiR
Svnriay MassesIMMOKALEE "u.*wln Duty Loch Clln. SEAFOOD PIATTR
at the Mayo
Tuesday Prayer Meeting Jimmie Gibbs Qrowlni with Naples and staff physician
7:30 Plastering 4 Masonry Contractor< Collier County Sine INr'Member ic In Rochester, Minn., who was 3. ROAST
p.m. Lamplighter Cafeteria ISLAND
F DI.C I development of a tu. DUCKLJNO
FIRST Thursday YPE 7:30: p.m. Phan. Ml M141Van famed for
Downtown U.S. 41 So.it
BAPTIST CHURCH Hartley's Variety Store 4-Coroon N.ptoo Fl 1.. mor malignancy test accepted Served With
Pastor Rn L. E. Daniel Der Veer throughout the world, died -

;A'orshlp 11 am & 7:30: }J.nt. EMMANUEL LUTHER. Music Center S4 Ninth II't" C. A. AndersonInterior Thursday of a stroke.PITTSBURGH BAKED POTATO
Complete Instruction DepartmentIn Bob's Pastry Shop 4 Exterior
OF GOD (L.C.A any instrument Sit tth It.. .... Ml M7K Painting Decorating (AP) Kosto HUMAN
Rev A. P: Howie Moot in f.11I Bow Line U SHEET MUSIC DEPT 'rll" aabed Good Dill," Walleoporlni' Unkovtch, SI, onetime royal Yu.goalavian SQUASH
School 10 14 nth St. N. MI SUM Phew MI I-S7U P.O. e.. IMIHaplo consul In Pittsburgh,
Sunday I.m.t III the Mool'lnlCliPIa"'N ENGLISH PEAS
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dr. Hsrland I). Fagu' Naples Federal Savingsand *. Florida died Thursday.BUENOS PLANTATION STYLE

Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Sunday S'hoolJ\ a.m. : i1! etI Loan Association Marathon Dredging Corp. AIRES ArreaUnaAPoAUfedo fi"
}F Prayer Meeting Wed. 8 p.m : Naples Laundry & SOS Mh Ax, So. MI t-tlM Marine Land Construction DevelopmentMl and ( Blgmttl, OS, Ar.

V Cleaners Inc. Jim's Sunoco bull ".; ....... ........ gentlne sculptor well known I
1 Ii1>tb11
throughout Latin America and ti It1j II I
let* SHi 'va. t. MI J..... Ll'etim Guaranteed Muffler died Wednesdaybrief attt II
This director will appear rl'l<[ : : une bay Service Available" MI I-tUJ or t-Mrt Naa4*.. Ira.We Europe a
illness. I
\ou tire urged to phone in changes or additions.... Civ: Stamp

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I a4t Itt East Germans Elegant Arbiters y, COUNTY NEWS 3

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_" Free NY Singer
I MI By 3-fiOT:sue Glover Win Decoration Awards SkiesI

Hubby and I had to mate a home In Wlnnebago ilL As Spy I I I
trip up to Gainesville this put I'm sure there'll be a lot By VIVIAN BROWNAP
BERLIN (AP) Gabrielle Fashion
weekend and I'd for of Newsfeatures Writ.rNEW
really happy grandparents at Harmony Hammerstein
how beautiful a New York sing. NEW YORK (AP-Non Is a nifty nulllfler that neatly negates
gotten that Shores this
pan weekend. Dr. er, has been released from prls.\ YORK (AP)-People wh<
of our state 1 Is this time of and Mrs. Frank Jaffe Mr. and on In Communist East Germanya pamper palaces and other grea what Is. It's a nothing prefix that non-classlfles anything and non-

the year. The small town of Mrs. Howard Stephens. Mr.and U.S. spokesman announced homes are cited for Insplrlni plusses the average reader.
Archer i Is so small you'd hard Mrs Harry Hayes, Mr. and today. Obviously, non Is a nonpareil term for fashion which always
;good design In their eflvlronmen'
ly notice it. but at this time of Mrs. Earl Adcock and M. and Miss Hammerstein, 39, aWae.nerlan avoids being anything It was a minute ago.
year It was ablaze with W soprano was sentencedto and Influencing public taste 1 lithe
tree. Mrs. Sowers will all have Such nonsense leads us to
size azaleas In every yard and their grandchildren with them six years In jail as a spy by first honor list for distill the non-raincoat
white dogwood trees that were over Easter. an East German court in Au. gulshed decoration of the National <
rust 1962. The non-nlncat began as a
a shower ofwhite,. all over the Mr. and Kts. John Luellen Society of Interior Designers,
The spokesman said she was simple, raincoat
graceful branches of the trees. visited Mrs. Clifford Cowing released Thursday and flew Because Mrs John Kenned) unpretentious. ,
Wild phlox were, blooming In Wednesday at the Homestead from Frankfurt, West Germany is in Counting, there are a garment whose primary purpose -

profusion along the roadwaysand Hospital.. Mrs. Gowing has to New York the same a beautiful blue spike flower been a the from the chilling and sneering
patient at Home was accompanied by her mother list. She would have headed it,
that I'm not familiar with. Before stead Hospital for three weeks Dr. Gertrude Rosenhaln, of effects of precipitation. It was r
says Arturo dl Pint San Mlnlato
I came home I picked an and all of her friends at the Jackson Heights, New York satisfied to be utilitarian In
arm fun of dogwood and wrap- Shores hope that she will be City.Miss president of the society. styling.

ped them carefully In damp clothes back with them soon. Hammersteln before her The nine Include Then followed a pollyanna *
and bundled In newspapers. One hundred and sixty residents arrest told reporters In West Mrs. William Paley, whose period
then made the mistake of putting and their guests will Berlin she had sung In East Manhasset home combines 18tli In rainy weather apparel
German opera houses. She was where the design philosophy.was
them In the car trunk. Of gather at Harmony Hall for century English and French antiques
arrested in January, 1962. NO In. : to be a cheerful reminder of the
course they were wUted by the dinner Easter Sunday. The formation has ever been made contemporary furnishings '
time I got home but 1 put them committee in charge of the dinner public on her alleged offense and Impressionist paintings aftermath of the Inconvenience of

la a vase anyway. Next time and decorations are Mrs. The UjS. announcement said Mrs. Charles B. Wrlghtsman Inclemency. All outdoors was

I'll know better. Rennie Mott, Mrs. Blanche Miss Hammersteln was freed of Palm Beach Fla.whose home awash with gaudy garden printed It
Tuesday afternoon 34 members Gambrel, and Mrs.Earl Baker. before the end of her term as raincoats. i sitNIGHT

of the East Naples Bap- Residents of Harmony Shores the result of a clemency appeal Is an litheentury masterpieceof MRS. JACQUES B4LSAV The former Coniuelo londrrbttt in Naturally, the style pendulumhad
tist Sunbeams were entertain who left for their northern homes made by her family. design. She collects porcelains
tAe living room of her Palm Brack Home, one of many the nadecorated to swing back again and so
ed with an Easter Egg Hunt on this week are Mr. and Mrs. The clemency presumably and French wall paneling. around the world shows hrr love for floral pallrrni.MRS. there momentoftruthtrend
the church grounds. Sunbeam Harland Krouse of BeloitWtsc; was granted by Walter Ulbrlcht, Her bibelots are treasures, and was a t

leaders.Kartha Bargo and Lou- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Conklin, the Communist leader of East through her Inspiration the ,"'''''.........' In outerwear This was the

be Gibson were assisted by Xenia. Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Fay munlst Germany countries Such appeals in Com. Metropolitan Museum of Art has ...... ",,' era of the really slick slickers,
Thelma and WhItWorth. Mich. are generally : -1 1r I as jet black and wet looking as a
Ripley Thelma Hastings, ; referred to the head of state. acquired great 18th centuryFrench .
Tetreault. Thelma Mrs. Valentine Mr. and Mrs. David Stiles of Miss Hammersteln, a striking furnishings-bolseries ': ,, I freshly tarred street.

Rlpley Is not feeling too Lake Bluff, 111. redhead, was Imprisoned at Col. parquet and porcelains.The J. ." .' ._ i Now the pendulum has bouncedthe
well these past few days and Mr. and Ms. Fred Reden- data Reports reaching the West r other way, abhorlng the brutal
Duchess of Windsor for
I'm sure she Is happy to have baugh are the proud grandparents recently indicated she was In ill ':' ; 'c'- \, ,, ... honesty of yesterday and substituting ..
her daughter and grandchildrenwith of a new grandson Chris health, which may have contrib. her understanding of compost \ .. a refined ethereal p
her from Jacksonville. topher David, born Wednesday uted to her release tlon and flair In French town : : \:
trend that begs not to wear the
Marvin Benfleld Jr.who lives afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. and country houses, her Influence : : RAINS...The Fontan
label of although it
at Rainbow Cove was admit Richard Redenbaugh of Palmetto Zero Weather on taste and art and her attention I .. J l
sisters of
Italy created this
the work of one.
ted to the Naples Community Court to detail In decoration and I !
The and I will be off Snow In MidwestBy Fortunately chemistry has waterproof elegance
Hospital Mnday for an apen- family In gracious living. ,I .
dectomy. We hear he Is doing to Maml for the usual Easter THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Henry Francis DuPont of. .t .1 come to the fore just In time to

well and should be home by the family reunion and I'm look Wintry-like weather, with Wilmington, Del., who has madea ,,'.'< .> be of Invaluable service to this did not do a single animal out of
time this appears In print. The Ing forward to it eagerly, gath- cold, snow and Icy winds, museum of the best of American r--'< '''' I -- new trend In the laboratories his skin Fake leathers aren't

Marvin enfteld. Jrs. have a ering with the clan. Our fam- spread across broad areas in the taste and Wlnterthur .. T white-coated Intellectuals bent new but a crushed or quilted
new baby, Marvin Keith born ily's gotten so large the only eastern half of the nation today, -- over test'tubesuntil a.way. was. vinyl appearance called roma-
March. 1. time you can see all of themIs one week after the start of the where more than 100 rooms are r discovered to coat each fabric crush Is, and waterproof too.
A club the spring season. furnished with objects of American I
skating has been form- at reunion. I tried to 'You' would .
with a glasslike substance whlcl not expect, for Instance
ed for young people 14 years count them and came up witha The core of the cold air cen. heritage in a fabulous res.
water could not adhere to that the Fontana sister
tered In
the north central
and up at the Roller Rink In rough figure of 81. This toratlon project
but the chilly blasts extended how hard It tried. East Is "klssln'
The cousin
Naples. club gave a no count"either American-born Mrs. Jacques
southward into Oklahoma, Ken. Then the fiber was woven Into : satin hlgh-walsted garmentfor
barbecue and Just 10 brothersand
skating party on my ,tucky, Arkansas and Tennessee. Balsan, the former Consuelo .
the rink grounds Sunday. You sisters their spouses ((1 Below zero weather was reported Vanderbilt who has taken on a myriad of substances with a i wearing to the theater or the

young people who are looking wonder why the plural of spouse In sections of the Dako. mammoth tasks of refurbishingthe ; variety of textures that did not rala I charity ball that any sane

for something to do should join is not spice), my nieces and tas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa interiors of her great homeson vary In the least from the luxurious woman would actually wear In
up. A skating club can be a lot nephews and their husbands and and Michigan. One of the low 1 fabrics which ladles heretofore the I[: rain. But they did, and the
of fun. wives and their children. And marks was 7 below in Interna. Fifth Avenue and the hesitated to wear into a women got them wet without effecta -
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dahl- all of them still live In Miami tlonal Falls,Minn. Riviera, and In Newport, London, rainstorm too.
berg and Mr. and Mrs. Charles except for myself and one In Green Bay, Wls., hit by a. Normandy Palm Beach and else-
Forster of Harmony Shores sister who lives In Immokalee. ICUnch snowfall Thursday, the where Her affinity for taste CHARLES B. VRIGHTSHW/ Her Palm Beach Home I* Yet another contribution from All in all, that's the story. A

made a trip to Key West this Mama and Papa aren't with us mercury dropped to zero and color permits her to combine a matttrptece of 18th Century French interiors, French wall science laboratories was a ,non-raincoat Is one that is but

week. anymore but I'm sure they'll Snow squalls and flurries many patterns In fabric, lamp paneling/ inch, at on door and porcelains are special interests leathery-looking material which certainly: doesn't look It.

Mr. and MY. Frank Segerof be looking down with pleasureto whipped across the Great Lakes bases, rugs and furniture with
Harmony Shores entertain see how the famUyhas grown region and into northern New

ed guests this week. Mr. and Papa was so proud of his England.: superb Countess effects.Laetltla Pecci.Blunt TO DRivE T1/1 r TMr' /- ;e'GlrES e'-

Mrs. NR. Morlan of St.Petersburg large family and when we were j'
,all gathered around his face Giraffe Born of Rome, who has refurbishedlabrion.ot ME II PI/IN; .

brel Mr.of andMrs.Charle Harmony. Shores,,'gavea fAl"II,,*,would hi'd' iyl"beam Cdb with bless!happiness that syrian and '?In. London Zoo.. J j I wen, 'as.her La'palace.Marlla In, Romeas near r :l.. ?fJjf' farm: ,II.I.GNT; n

patio dinner party Monday Seed. LONDON Lucca the famous villa that belonged .
(AP-A 8-foot 10 NSANE. -{
night In honor of Mr. and Mrs. He simply Ignored the fact inch giraffe was born In London to Napoleon's sister Ella. 1tW J r 'CiWSE I'M I 1 i

Leslie Winslow of Taylors vllle, that Mama was of Irish decent Zoo Thursday. Mother and calf The villa Is an outstanding example '
almost as U she had are doing well. : \1''
ni. The Windows are visiting nothing of Italian Empire. The 1&L9Iozts9iWMESI
Harmony Shores for two tv do with It. He'd really be
For weeks
keepers had main countess Is a passionate photographer
weeks and enjoying the com happy this year That "SyrianSeed" talned
dally watch on the ex. and has a great collection .
pany of their long time friends has multiplied much pectant mother over closed cir
Rev and Ms. Drake, Dr, andMrs that we've outgrown the one cult television But the baby of d-lt.yourselfphotocraphs
Tankersley and TheGambrels. acre home and lawn of my was born In the early hours of of famous people, including one The 1964

younger sister where we usually this morning when no one was of Mrs. Kennedy who attended a

Dr, and Mrs. E.T. Gambrel meet. This year it will looking. reception In the Pecci Palace

were honored with a farewell be held at the Rustic Roller Keepers have not yet ascer. Charles Belstegul of Paris, Burris Three Wheeler

patio dinner Wednesday even- Rink In Hialeah that is owned tamed the baby giraffe's sex. A whose fabulous Palates Labia

ling; given by Rev. and Mrs. by a sister And I hope that zoo official says giraffes usual. In Venice has ceilings by "5
O.D. Drake TheGarrjbrels are you all have as Blessed and ly come about S feet 8 to 8 feet
and who Is consideredone
leaving Harmony Shores for!. Joyous an Easter as I know I at birth. Mother Maud *n Summer and wW be at their will have. at IS feet. of the greatest exponents of O
the 18th century period Interior

I Easter Ham Has a Spicy PartnerBy design.features His the chateau most priceless near Paris example .. P E P

of an 18th century theater c4e

anywhere In the world. a
Associated Press Food Editor Amerlcan-b o r n Countess s
Alleen de Quintantlla In Madrid COUNTESS LAETIZIA BECCI-BLVNT In the oval library of

BAKED* HAM benefits from lives in a magnificent 13th century her home (in Rome. She (it on rise honor lift for diiUnfuiihedhomti I N

taste-teasing partners, and one house built on the ruins of_ by the National Society of Interior Detignen
of the beat of these is a hot I
R a Ind century Roman building on
sweet mustard sauce Nowadayssuch SullivanFuneral brother. James Ennls of New I
ranch. Another .state -
a magnificent
a sauce comes readypre'pared York City: three sisters, Mrs.
but what satisfaction thereis a country place la Extra services and interment Ceorglna Beanie and Mrs. Irene

in concocting it at home! madura, has been in her for Mrs Ma Idle Sullivan Fore, both of New York, and LAROI BASKET CARRIES

The first sauce recipes of this' husband's family for 23 genera 63, who died In her home In Mrs. Grace Branford of COMe GROCERIES HOUSE AND YARD SOPHIES
sort that we tried made
were by
Good lAnd yesterday morning
lions ectlcut and
one grandchild.
traditional mixing method and Baron Alexis de Rede of Paris, will be held in Shelton Conn. MAKES SHOPPING EASIER
had a tendency to "leak"
storage A change of mixing who has recreated In his palace, Local arrangements are being A little chill sauce or catchup "The Shopper Helper Is Available/ YOU
handled the Richard
method was needed to give a the Hotel Lambert In nilst. by A. Pitt left In the bottom of that bottle? frlendYWESTERN !
satin-smooth product that would Louis, some of the great man Funeral Home of Naples Add It to a meal-loaf mixture If
remain stable over a reasonable A native of Connecticut,Mrs milk is going into the loaf you
1 rooms of the past such II the Sullivan moved AUTO STORE
o- to Goodland
period of time The following 3de can "wash out" the bottle with
recipe incorporates this changein bedroom designed by Pierce and from Whltestone L.I.,N.Y.,and the milk so you get every smidgin 2-3J49
method. Fontaine at the end of the nth with her husband. Herbert Sullivan of the chili sauce or catchup 616 Fifth Ave., Sfeittf Midway I

After the hot sweet mustard century for the brother of Louis who survives her, was

sauce has had Its debut with XVI, the Count d'Artols. One of building a new home at Marco.
baked hIm or smoked boneless his famous; achievements Is She was a past matron of the
pork shoulder butt you can use Eastern Star in New York forqoucE9ster
a floating palace, a yacht furnished
the remainder in various ways. She is also survived by one
Here are several suggestions, entirely In French Empire son. Herbert W. Sullivan Jr.

Mix some of the sauce with '..4 .' Ef8 furnishings. of Beechhurst L.I., N.Y.: a

mayonnaise or sour cream or both
and use this combination as s PERFECT PARTNER for Easter lIam: Hot Sweet
dressing for fruit salad tard Sauce. MUS'I kaStSUNDAY -

Add it. along with a little _
mayonnaise, to chopped hard- In a small mixing bowl stir heat until mixture thickens and lampligfjter
cooked eggs for a salad or for a together the muatard and corn comes to a boil. Boil I minute,
sandwich filling Use ittoo, to .oil until perfectly smooth. Add stirring constantly Add to Cafeteria
add to the yolk mixture for waer, 1 tablespoon at a time, mustard mixture, pouring in a DINNER
deviled eggs. stirring after each addition to steady stream and stirring con- .
ess15th An. U.LUNCHEON Wenw
Mix a tittle of the sauce wits keep amqpth; reserve.' In a small stantly to keep smooth Turn
cooked VIelablll.nap beans, saucepan: stir together thorr..Mv. into jar Cool. Cover and store J SPECIALS SERVED $1.95
carrots, and use asa the in Makes about I
green peas corn starch sugar and salt;, refrigerator cup. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
filling for stuffed tomato Gradually stir in vinegar and Note: For a deeper yellow color, SOUP SALAD
salad. If you haven't small water; mU until smooth Cook you may stir in a pinch of 1140" AJM. Te 111 'M,
amounts of cooked leftoeer and aur conatantly bver medium turmeric with the muatard. SATURDAY LUNCrl CELERY & OLIVES
vegetables on hand you can use BAKED HAM WITH RAISIN SAUCE

package of cooked frosen mixed Stuffed Bell! /a ROAST CHICKEN DRESSING .'
vegetables. In either case, add WANTEDMAN
a little finely diced raw celery Creole Sauce SWEET POTATOES VEGETABLES

for crisp texture contraat. Choice of Two Vegetables COFFEE OR TEA HOT APPLE PIE


3 tablespoons dry mustard "Age 25 to 55. Must be sober, honest end bond- 62cCoconut The (fatten

2 tablespoon com oil ,.ble. Sterling salary' $325 plus/ generous commueton and
2 tablespoons wal.rI ;
tablespoon corn starch. on all merchandise. Group !IN., em- ex Chocoate Cream Pie Lamin'il" American

i/4 cup sugar ployees' profit-sharing and yearly vacation 12c

1/3 1/2 cup teaspoon white salt vinegar Contact H. S. P ESLER, IMPERIAL STATION On the Trail.. lacJ 3 Mlles Beyond Ceurthoua* "

tIJ augt spa..u.uq. 300 N. Trail,, Naples.

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Ii t. NtwFRIDt. The World Today I

t f spiert. By JAMES MARLOWE

Associated Press Newt Analyst

;. Y,' MARCH 27, 1964 Nk jEr 1 WASHINGTON (AP) Thi.twntr1 Fulbrlght's point was to take

&;"" <: <. ',.r', :., ,.:$1_ ': 1:{' ', hC p,f basic foreign policiesand advantage of changes. But to do
: .
''r."" :- It he said requires
... :i : : : << < .,. .: attitudes toward communism rethinkingabout
i/ill II cameIn traditional (since Truman
after World
Accentuate The PositiveWe J' : President Truman's time and ) American Ideas on how to

have been pretty well fixed and teal: with communism.He .
could not have failed to
are indebted to a local citizen
frozen since.
year schools in the past have been unsatisfactory creative know beforehand his speech
Nation'iSchools In that immensely
the clipping from The
fpr is a prime pessimist. A few period, when Truman decided would not be completely popu.
which below in the "Oth i
appears Stalin's lar tor he President
years ago attempts to put a missile into nothing could stop aggressive -
Johnson to stop trying to make
column. force
ers Say" orbit around the world were extremely t. .: :_ = I and determined onrush except opposition, popular foreign decisions and

: That the article appeared in the meg unsatisfactory but the effort to do so three policies were begun: make unpopular ones if neces.

.nine is an indication that not only was not abandoned. Things that could Aid O other countriesGreece nary
No knows better than Ful.
Here, but throughout the United States not be done a few years ago are now (Hull Plant, Turtej militin', the alliances Mir. bright, who was In the Senatein

some thought is being given to the necessity taken for granted. Another good ex : (NATO; ) and stlff.armlng communism the days of Sen. Joseph McCarthy .

of utilizing school buildings the ample is television.It enor'hpre (the Berlin and was one of the few
men there to express contemptfor
airlift and the Korean War)
year around Instead of letting these undoubtedly is true that parents What has happened since then the Wisconsin Republican,

Valuable' plants which manifest a tax will at first object strenuously to having J under Presidents Eisenhower, how men in public life can be

payer investment of billions of dollars, their vacation schedules revised. Any 2 Kennedand Johnson-has aim* frightened into silence or con.
fortuity by fear of public dl
1 pl> been an extension" of those sap-
stand idle three months of the year. change of habit is upsetting. Just ask tha t programs in one was or another proval.

t. In the not too distant past, no thought man who goes home from work one in Europe, Africa, Asia, Middle since Some Truman's of the American time- slicking policy

Would have been given to such a poll- afternoon and finds that his wife has East This and week Latin Sen.America.J. W. Ful. to fixed positions was neces.

jjiuch less alloting valuable magazine moved the furniture around. But in a s ",-: bright: D.Ark., In a Senate sar>' in that Intense period of

space to publish the results of it. comparatively short time a new habit speech, sought to stimulate the arms' race between this
and Russia. Some of
countr the
fresh thinking to meet new con
Apparently the administrators were seems normal just as does the rearranged r ditions and to abandon old attitudes inllIIlteltpd with the agree.
furniture. ment on the limited nuclear
r and policies if they are
Dolled on a year-round school operationhat
test ban.
outdated.In .
Teachers and students also be
is different from those about whiche can 4 only a few Instances In his Fulbright has not always been

< have heard. It has been our under. expected to complain. It would be r review of the world did lie attempt right. He angered a lot of people
strange indeed if they did not. But the to offer either specific and no one more than Truman -
tending that teachers, as well as stu- when the
Republicans won
all-year school term must because solutions or new approaches.
come, :
ants, get the same three months vaca- Nevertheless, he has been at. control of Congress in the 1946
((1)I ) Taxpayers can not continue to bear tacked in for what he elections and he suggested Tru.
ion as they do under the present Congress
sys- the cost of a never-ending school con L1: r'r i iayliJf.a said man quit so a Republican could
While this is vacation
em. group on Several Republicans and succeed him.
struction program: ((2)) It is ridiculous to
they teachers and the school- Thurs- But he was far.slghted In 1943
pupils use ... ''rfrr y 7 f Democrats in the House ,
several billion dollars of Ar
teachers not be permit worth day went after him with this when he was a freshman In the
ooms. Obviously, can
school buildings to stand idle and unused kind of criticism: that his position House and got It to pass a reso.
ked to work 12 full months of the year. t< '. .':;.... "amounts to a surrender on three months each ((3)) The .
"o one else does these days. Besidesat year; ';. :< the installment plan to Communists should Join a world organization

teachers must attend school all-year school CAN be made to work all around the world." 'I to keep the peace. It did Just

many successfully if those concerned (parents, It has become an American 'I that two years later when It
t emselves to take additional coursesr TodaylnWashington cliche-since Truman's time Joined the United Nations.

various degrees to improve their pay teachers and students) will stop thinking that anything !leas than total Some of Fulbrlght's proposals

{ales. negatively and, instead, start thinkingof Zb rigidity toward communism evi i are not always completely blue

reasons why IT WILL WORK Eoiv By Th. -rv'where and under all clrcum-I printed. But as chairman of the

The Yes reply from Pennsylvania ((8th ASSOCIATEDPRESS stances is appvAM'ment.: Kul- !Senate Foreign;:!, Relations Com.
In other words let's that r
adopt portion 1 1 bright would call it a "myth." I inittee lie has ben one of the
aragraph) seems to hit the nail on the of the once popular songs that says: He said communism under 'few men in Congress probing

ad. He Is correct in saying that the "Accentuate the positive, eliminate the Premier Khrushchev Is not ex. 'or I new approaches.As .
under Stalin he said Thursday in
the night
achy same as
riginal reason for summer vacations (so WASHINGTON APIn the
negative. Editor, Collier County News: STOWE, Vt. (AP)-Mrs. JohnF. ( and that changes have taken 't television interview, he has
ildren could help their parents on The all-year school term will not start Recently a British medical Kennedy and her two chll. news from Washington place within the Communist 'or' 10 years been making

e farm) no longer exists except in this next for group published a report that dren are in Stowe, Vt., for a SAVINGS By trimming here world which once had a col Id 'speeches. similar to the one this
year, year, or perhaps several and there, President Johnson
i olated instances.The attributed lung cancer to air, weekend of skiing. front. For example: The Rus. analyzing foreign affairs
years. But that it eventually will pollution rather than cigarette For Caroline, 6, and John says, the government won'tneed dan-Red Chinese split. is he sees them.
other Pennsylvanian (last para- come Is just about as certain as death smoking.It Jr., 3, the late president's chll. prlated for $35 the present million appro.fiscal

raph) who said attempts to operate all and taxes. would be Interesting if you dren, it was believed to be their year.
first visit to ski
a resort
uncover facts about Will Fat
Johnson said in a letter to
' v '
iI'? 1.t/"iJd"l.F0.gtl; :::, ; : : : u, 'n : ,/zk: : the residents absence(not of visitor lung sofColllpr cancer in SANTA MONICA, CalU. (AP) Speaker McCormack of the House John W. I
D-Mass., Thurs.
and Lee Counties Negro actress-singer: Eartha
day that the cutbacks In funds
Your Chamber of Commerce Kltt won an uncontested divorce By HAL BOYLE
range from $20 million for the
might give you a small grant to from Beverly Hills ac. Area Redevelopment Administration
investigate the subject. countant William O. Me Don. -
aid. which was approprl. NEW YORK AP "I'm cal articles
( ) -
.. .. .. trouble Personally clears, up my in respiratory a few days Miss Kilt, 36, wept on the ated $132 million for the current going to postpone fat and death He also found time in 1060 to
fiscal year down to $1,130 run as a Democrat for Congressand
stand in Superior Court Thurs. and boredom as long as ws-
visit to Naples. This is our 19th million for the Farmers Coopera. | lose
consecutive such pleasure. day as she said McDonald, 32, sible," said Gore Vidal, who hasa from President
Doetn't Seem Right tive Service. Franklin
U"'lInI JMd" James A. Clarke, who' Is white, was Inconsiderate mind that explodes with ideas D. Roosevelt's old
( III" you' 1 imagine :i cracker barrel: ( lof her In public and with Johnson said the funds "will, like a of corn. mid.Hudson River district, a
Yonkers and pan full po
Naples f
f 'lie,Culllcli knit I is olii 'i uF it a a" be retained in reserve so thab!, |>llilo! +|+|ht-r ImldillK forth III a RUper.t'lIuu"h (Editor's note Thank.'ou tttr '1r,lends. ,;The couple 'f they (cannot be .. '
tll rt-milt In any ;ilPllrl'll.lhl"| | -The South IUTRCII Nvu air this area en. July I, 1963.ATHENS would not object if Congress themselves falling apart. I'man criticizing now to his writing fellow novels and
man al.
wear Rutlicrfonl. N. .r. Joys. Why not stay with us and wants to rescind the approprla. objective narcissist. I can;, though he
'I 1 he I'.IM.I (III.) New,I'al6"Cium! enjoy it the year around?) (AP) King Paul tlons. see what happens to myself." is toying with the
_, ,, of Greece died of cancer of the Vidal is the grandson of the thought of running for office
h' ''''h
stomach, it was disclosed by a PREJUDICE The Teamsters late blind Sen. Thomas P. Gore again perhaps on the New

,.)',:" ., government medical report Issued Union says the federal Literature Is his profession, but York Democratic statewide
others in Athens Thursday.A ment is to govern. politics and social criticism are ticket.
trying the
say prejudice
[ ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS post.mortem report Issued appeal of Its president, JamesR. his hobbles. A quirky man, he remarked

after the king's death March 6 fioffa, by calling a grand If he isn't America's angriest of himself:
had said the cause of death was Jury In Chattanooga. young man, he certainly Is one "I have a horror of putting on

''ymy1A': ,ri' uremia, or urinary blockage, a The Jury began a study of Its most controversial by weight. I'm C leet, but If I get
complication which followed an choice. much over ICO pounds I hole
Thursday of the trial in Chat.
Two out of three administrators t All- Year School emergency operation King Paul tanooga in which Hoffa was "In" Europe I'm rarely angry In a hotel room and starve my.
underwent on Feb. 21. he said "Here I'm mad self.
,/H- ?< convicted of Jury tampering
gland all-year and sentenced to eight in all the time. There's always "I'm a physical coward, very
firmly opposed Ito LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs. prison. His something happening to keepme nervous about death, have a
"i MlnTiewa Bell Roosevelt has en. attorneys are ap. flowing with adrenalin" terror of airplanes. But I try to
school, many because. they i think Can Wait 2 of 3 tered a guilty plea In federal pealing it.Sidney .Zagrl, legislative dl. Vidal, who never bothered go. compensate for my physical
> \f- court to falsely reporting a rector for the union log to college, started writing at cowardlre by moral bravery."I .
I. teachers need a full summer's. bomb aboard a plane. that 'this is a highly, charged unusual 14. Now 38, tall and darkly am obsessed by the idea
Mrs. Roosevelt, 52, of Santa handsome, he has turned out of
justice, but I have no absolute -
maneuver calling
a grand Juryon
idutine Barbara, Calif., Is the former some nine novels, three Broadway .
break in the classroom I .I Schoolmen a matter that will be on ape Idea what it I.. It's
wife of Elliott Roosevelt of plays, eight
son peal In the courts." screen scrips, easier to define it by what it
-,.- .; the late president.She upper 30 television plays, a book of Is not. I keep wrestling with U.

.I : told police she reportedthe NEW CANAL A bill has essays, a collection of short 1 us Ion and reality.
bomb when she missed a stories and Innumerable crltl-
been Introduced In the Senateto
plane in Santa Barbara last .:' .., ., ,., ........ ..
establish a commission to yc;:;." :".; ::"<6<. : ..:'f-m"...:: """ ;:*: !;(: .':': .w-. 2
Jan. 27. Police quoted her assaying "' v.a ow'kw'iu': '
consider the locationand
she thought the report cost of lOUlbUitYd Central
would bring the plane back.
American canal linking the At.
She will be sentenced April
lantlc and Pacific oceans.1fr .

The idea of operating schools on same state another schoolman observed make sense In this day. Year-round l t': ?w.f. :.' :'. .:;:<" ...: .

a year-round basis received a cool : "Industry in our area is schools would be an overnight answer Remar'rvsPURK

welcome from two-thirds of the administrator geared to summer vacations, and to classroom shortages at relatively .
polled this month. many students attending summer little expense," he said. )+'I I I I DENOTE f1.AM LAN I A ..,..... .

According to comments from sessions would miss school becauseof Taking the urban point of view AMT AfiuSlOnACROSS

schoolmen, the biggest stumbling( family vacations." a Chicago area superintendent be- Die S. T A 0 s. S 0 UNADULTERATED TRIVIA

block to all-)ear school programs Rural areas still depend upon the lieved that the year-round school 1. Fronted :23. Outer seed S TAT E. R E. A 1 0

Is the "would teacher 4. Harm cover T E N s! E A P 5 E We're getting pretty sick and
teacher's status
need for a breather entire family to help tend crops. greatly improve 7. Multitude 27. Nourished
ANEW E: RAT tir d of that bunch
for advanced study, travel, or And students, as part of the family and cut educational costs. Besides 11 Pore 28, Single of smart alecs
of CAR EO. 5 E 5 I A with 3U# fewer
relaxation from the Intensive, nine- team, cant be spared during the kids don't have anything to do 15.ephah 1/10/ an 30.woman High card AT. I R'' 5 5 T 0 IN the side of those cavities. We are on

month classroom routine. summer, according to 4 per cent during summer in the city" 14 Expand 33. Pronoun RIO I D A He E A 0 E good folks whose

"Teachers couldn't take it," of the No votes.Summertime Judging from his: own experience 1) Existed 34. Feast 1 v I E 5. A IN C: T 0 5 choppers are riddled with cavities.
16. Scow: Fr. 33. Single EPEE BET E L. It & a *
said a Montana schoolman. "We lulls are put to gooduse a Pennsylvanian offered this advice: 17. Church

would need more (and free) mental by many districts which use the "I have been acquainted with several all 36, Acidity SOLUTION OF YISTIDAY'S PUZZll If you haven't yet made a con-

health centers just to care for time to do major maintenance jobs, attempts to operate an all-year 19. Sward Buddhist 38 40. Level Vitality DOWN f. Wire tribution to the Library building
the m." A Californian added: according to several replies. school. Each case was unsatisfac pillar 41. Malt figure 1, Pen. to measurement fund send in a few bucks this

"Teachers need much more than a The historical basis for summer tory. The difficulty of getting teachers 21. Thread column form 3. Restorative very day. Leave us face it friend,

two or three week vacation. They lay off no longer exists," countered and pupils to work during the 23. Moccaiin 42 Justification 2, Betel-nut 6. Withstand a progressive area like this can't
7. In
24 Eskimo 43 Since palm
need time for planning, time for a Yea reply from Pennsylvania. summer season resulted in abandonment curlew 44 Finish 3, Piece of turf way afford NOT to have a Jam-up good

study and relaxation from the "Shutting down muUImUIions of dollars of each effort after a rea- a. Egg dish library system. After all this

trial. I six-week I e s ate, 4 s e a ,e 9. Unruffled ain't no crummy Joint filled
teaching grind. If teachers did worth of plant facilities and sonable suggest a : 1 10. Delight with

work: a full year, some respondents laying oft highly trained profession summer session for additional II i 12. Swamp illiterates.

stressed that salaries should be increased al staffs nationwide Just doesn't courses or make-up." e 18. Thin cookie # # r,1 4s
21. Dishonest
proportionately."Let's 22. Sltme Sudden Thought: Gertrude Law-

let the Lids enjoy being r g 11 i '!t 23. Fasten rence who was a grand person and

kids," advised a Texan, who -How Administrators Voted a 23.26. Fun Topmost of easy to get along with, had an affectionate -

thought youngsters also deserveda thinks nickname for her friend
full summer's break. Would you favor an all-year school program with tf s 27 Shackle and fishing guide Capt. Cecil Lamb

Stating his belief that most par vacation each and teachers a at t@ 28. Caustic Believe it or not it was "Lambie
some pupils on quarter on ,, % $/ 29. Sip
ents prefer summer as the ideal duty all year (except for a two or three week vacation s1 II '0, Copal Pie. If all the public parks

time for a family vacation, an ) ? 31 Church law and beaches being proposed in city

Ohio administrator that g 32. Air. and
predicted county ever materialize man,

under the full-year program "not 33 % Yes 67 % No 35.antelope Hindu we'll be up to here in parks %and

only would parents raise the roof, goddess 01'plmdor beaches won't we?

but they would be inclined to raise Bated on a 4 per cent proportional sum piney! of 16JDOO school administrators 41 4 IT 37. Amer. 4F 4s 44 4t A

that other place, too." From the in 50 stets, fMs tun""! l brought' a 60 per cent response.Tk : caricaturist This fellow Jimmy4Da, has a ."

39. Brew pretty dog-gone good: t a-"!*i ioa '
NATION'S SCHOOLS ro lime 27 min a s.wr.er.as show.T""ore Jm1s1c-t = *-
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Casting TonightFor Friday March 27, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
Army Unit l I IOJ

jmi r i f Next Players1 Production TV: ., .RADIO,

Holds Annual "
Report Casting which suited Wed- C.NTH1A LOWRV ambitious effort, a four-part series -
AP TMevlslon.Radlo Writer called "The Saga of West.
nesday by the Naples Play- NEW YORK (AP-One ac.cepted em Man." It sketched develop.
ers for parts In "The Mouse if regrettable, fact of ments of this hemisphere since
Luncheon In Naples 1, That Roared"will conclude this television life la that network 1492, when the new world was
evening with final readings to public affairs shows, documentaries discovered.
start at 8 o'clock In the Jun- and other totalled "spe. Secondari, with his wife as the
Unit The Salvation Army Service Income. Expenses were, in. ior High School auditorium. clal projects," rarely attractthe series' director, spotlighted the
for the greater Naples area eluding family relief and The show will go Into rehearsal big audiences that routinely growth of the American man In
held Its annual luncheon meeting transient care, Christmas aid Monday, C.R. Mc- watch entertainment shows. the first three parts. But the n.t
Thursday at Howard Johnson's statewide services and hosPitIcare Cool, director announced. What makes it all the more nal chapter, called "1964," will,
Restaurant. Major Randolph a total of $1,623. sad Is that television has be a forward-instead of a back.-
Lanler, divisional secretary and The Naples Service Unit Com. : "The cut will require 14 learned how to do these shows ward-look. :3
service unit coordinator for the mlttee is comprised of Don K. men and 15 women with four very well, usually with brilliant It took a team of 40 to put together .
State of Florida was a guest Page, chairman; H. R. Snowball, students," McCool said. "I camera work and clear, sharp the series, including re
Chairman Don Page and Trea. treasurer; Lt. Col. Harold Stout, believe this Is the largest writing searchers. Secondari wrote the,
surer Robert Snowball dls. state commander; Mrs. Eleanor speaking cast ever assembledby There are a handful of specialists scripts and also. served as nar.!
cussed the program of the Naples DeWllde. Ben Caruthers, and the Naples Players." who are important because rator. -
unit, and requested Information Capt. Eugene:; Slusher, com- "The Mouse That Roared", their programs are the ones to
regarding the possibility of mander officer.Charter. wild fun about a mythical,mer which networks point with pride Recommended weekend view..
securing full time workers for nation that de- and list as examples of "public: Inc
the Salvation Army In Naples. clam service." Tonight "Slow Fade to(
It Is hoped In the near future Issued war on the United Sta- The top CDS specialist, until Black," NBC, BJ0.9t30(Eastern,
that a home suitable to housea Il I tes that they want to lose, but his recent promotion to head the Standard Time)-Rod Stelger il}.
couple and also maintain an For TV Cable i ta can't win be seen by local whole network news operation, an original drama by Rod Ser.+
office for the Salvation Army 1 theatre-goers on Friday and was Fred Friendly of "CBS Re- ling.Sunday
program can be secured, Saturday. May 8 and 9. ports." NBC has Reuven Frank "Marlneland Carnival
a spokesman said. Firm In NaplesTwo and Irving Cltlln among others. ," CBS, 7.8 p.m., music and
Police Chief Ben Caruthers Frot ABC's top producers are one of variety hour with the stars of
discussed the transient: problem new corporations have television's few husband.wlfe "Beverly Hillbillies" and the
which has confronted the local been chartered In Naples ac. UnveiledSAN teams, John Secondarl and Hel. Smothers Brothers; "Sage of
unit, and how these matters have cording to a news release from RHYTHM FOR RECITAL Sltttr Pierre' du Siuvtur, left and .i 1'r Plaque en Jean Rogers. Western Man," ABC, 7:30.8:14;
been handled. the office of Secretary of State Thomas Edward but out the accompanlmtnt for their singing collttguta at Wuhlnjfon, FRANCISCO (AP) A Secondarl, who heads the net. "Breakthrough," NBC. 10 11,
Tom Adams in Tallahassee.They a bj'TIM memorial plaque depict. In med.
Captain Eugene SlUSher, the work's special projects division, showing recent advances
benefit for African mlMlont. Concert by the Whit Sitttrt of Africa tortured
commanding officer of the ser. ares Stephanna Corp. .. native folk tongs. IA< Robert Frost will be placedat will he wtndlnff nn on- Snndiv *n If In* and surgical techniques. ,
vice unit, continues to make (8.79620)) Post Office Box 982, the sUe of one of the poet's '
weekly visits to Naples and 15 ac. Naples, Fla. (Collier County) Vets OfficialTo been announced by the Nation. lie employees by a citizens' childhood homes In San Fran. ;W HEADING NORTH ?
ting as the executive of the agen. Auth Stocks 9,999 shares of al Civil Service; League.He organization. cisco ?
cy. Com. at $1.00 per share, filed Get Career will receive the League's The VA official already holds Some 150 persona looked on ,t flU THROUGH Wcwov :
Mar. 18, 1964, dealing In: Real 1964 Career Service Award on the V A's two highest awards,the Thursday as the three-foot. = ,
REPORTThe Estate development business. Service AwardThe April 14 at a dinner in Wash. Exceptional Service Medal, and square plaque was unveiled by 1RkE n PI.RNE, y
annual report of services Incorporators: John L. Monsy, selection of William J. Ington, D. C. to recognize and the Meritorious Service Medal. Its sculptor, Francis M. Sedg. :
reveals that 21 families were Dartmouth, Mass., Ernest V. Driver, deputy administrator of encourage excellence In Ancient Palestin of wick of Los Ollvos Calif., and : "FULL RettyfiTloMFL
aided with food,medicine and oth. Burton, Anne V. Burton, both j 1 the Veterans Administration,as public service. The award Is Aacalon onions port the poet's grandson, William
services total of 92 Naples, Fla., filed by Walter G. shipped to Prescott Frost, of Eugene, Ore.
er a per. ,.one: of the 10 top career men one of the most highly prized
sons aided. Sorokoty, Post Office- Box ZOG, ,In the Federal Government has national honors given to pub. markets of the Mediterranean" Frost was born In San Fran Y A/ffW SWRAPS II/RLIIIES It )
Fourteen non-resident families Naples Fla.Community. ." gave us the word"acallion. cisco March 26, 1874. .
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were aided with transportation, Television Cable
lodging and meals, a total of 43 Company, Inc., B.79660) Balch|
persons. Building, Naples, Fla. (Collier
One family was sent to sum. County) Auth. Stocks 100 sharesof ,
mer camp from Naples. Com. of no par value, filed UP"We're Y
Four unwed mothers from the March 19, 1964, dealing In: In.
Naples area were cared for at stallatlon, repairing and operate
the Salvation Army Hospital for Lag television cable business
unwed mothers.Six Incorporators! Walter 'R.Con. t
Collier County Institutionswere don, R. B. McDaniel, Jr., Jane \
visited In the League of Blankenship, all Naples, Fla., ? ;
Mercy Program A total of 446 filed by Walter R. Condon, 525
gifts and periodicals were pre. 8th Street, South, Naples Fla.
sented to Inmates and patientsIn .

these Institutions. Forest Service i'l I
Thirty- wo families were aided !

at and Christmas other necessities.with food A, toys total, Opens Bids For Building Our 3rd l .'.

of 121 persons received aid duro Control
Ing the holidays. QuartersBids
Services were rendered men on material and labor Storage Loft For
at the four Salvation Army Re. totalling about $22,000 to be usedIn
habllltatlon Centers In Florida. building houses, a shop and
Consultations held with other an office building on the County
agencies provided aid for Naples Fire Control Headquarters site Cars & Boats (to2S')
families Many direct Interviewsand were opened yesterday by DIs.
home visits were made by trlct Forester Ray Hill, of the
officers and Salvation Army per. Florida Forest Service. This steel and concrete ventilated building, located three miles inland -

sonnel. The Salvation Army Is Awards will be made after tab. from the Gulf, will increase our capacity an additional sixty boats /t > ,
the only official nonresident ulations by the service headqua.
agency to assist families In needIn rters in Tallahassee, Hill said. or cars.

the greater Naples area. Most of the bids were from supply Inquire, as to our uniform storage rates as well, as the lay-up program ''
In a financial\ 3tAtepo: : jtilhelocal '
.,therapiesareaHill '' '
units: reported jmiCromi 1 flrmttlirj said, and\ appeared to comewlth.: ,t': : "I"t.: 'for.your auto, boat, or engine. > 'I', : :" ,,:,,',;:,..

donations Greater Naples and $1,300 United from Fund the as in vice.estimates made by the ser Don't be half safe store your property on high, dry land Remem-

The permanent headquarters ber, not one customer's boat or motor, dry stored with Boat Haven, even

will be located on a five acre became wet during Hurricane "Donna".
pet tract Just west of the Swamp
Buggy Grounds along Radio Road.
Bids opened yesterday covered
electrical equipment, plumbing USED AND CHECKED OUT MOTORS
cTopicsA materials, septic tanks, grease
traps, dry wall construction,win.

dows and other, bathroom building and materials flooring plus tile, 1957 10HP Johnson, Rebuilt $149.00 1960 18HP Johnson $195.00
Service of the Humane
Society: of Naples labor costs of Installation. 1957 18HP Johnson 145.00 1960 15HP Gale 139,00

The American, In Its more Humane than Association 83- Biracial Group 1958 35HP Evinrude 105.00 1955 3HP Evinrude 75.00

years continually of existence against,the has practiceof worked Seeking AnswerTo 1960 35HPGale 150.00 1950 2HP Evinrude 49.00

ter selling presents baby children.chicks as Hun Eas Jax ProblemJACKSONVILLE 1959 35HP Evinrude Lark 325.00 1959 1.7HP Neptune 49.50 t

dreds of humane societies have ti" "
Joined In the campaign to end (AP-Solv. 1961 40HP Evinrude Lark 375.00 1959 6HP Mercury 89.50
and Lag Jacksonville's racial tangles
this cruel practice, gratifying
progress has been made. Is group In today.the hands Its Job of may a biracial be less 1961 40HP Evinrude Lark Rebuilt 395.00 1956 20HP Mercury 19.50

store Where once and variety almost every emporium dime dangerous as police had but In Just quelling as strenuous violence 1960 18HP Evinrude 195.00 1963 35HP MercuryBrand New 535.00 1

displayed great quantitiesof earlier in the week.
chicks for sale as Easter Robert 1.. Mlllus, departmentstore
Novelties, today this trade Is head who is chairman of THESE ARE EXCELLENT MOTORS
Illegal In many places and Is the new committee, reported It
declining In others. had organized formed an exe.

Pressure to end the .Easter I cutive and three committee negroes of, and five plans whites to right and ready for use here or take North for the SummEr.Q .
chick must be unremittingly
cruelty outline Its objectives tomorrow.He 'j-rlced
continued. We hope would not give details of
that where It Is still permitted discussions in the closed ses. USED BOATS
every Individual humanitarian slons. But he said Rutledge H.
will exert strong influ- Pearson, state and city NAACP
ence on storekeepers and vigorously president, met with the group. 15' Thunderbird, fiberglas with 35 16' Barbour, plywood, lapstrake ,
children and Pearson had said earlier he
explain to
their parents the cruelties in- would not Join the biracial HP Mercury motor and with canvas top and

volved. We hope that more flclal committee sanction unless of Mayor it had Haydon the of. F trailer Complete rig ......$765.00 steering ..........,.................$195.00 rerr.
cities and states will Join the "J
enlightened communities that Burns. f 15' Turnercraft plywood with 16' Blue Water "16" plywood with
Burns, one of six Democrats ...'
forbid the traffic by law. seeking the nomination for gov. < windshield steering caddy cabin top windshield \\ '
The cruelty Incident to the ernor, instigated formation of canvas top, canvas -

use of baby chicks, ducklingsor I the group but kept It outside the $ and running lights ........ $395.00 steering and Morse r/ K7""fIW7't
other fowl, whether color- realm of He has ,
government. re.
has been racial controls ...........,..............$495.00
ed or not, long one fused in previous crises 15' Bow Man, fiberglas hull, ply-
of great concern to animal welfare I to name a biracial committee.In wood deck and seats with 35HP 16' Thompson plywood ? '
agencies. Experience has contrast to the early daysof lapstrake/ : .t

shown repeatedly that baby I demonstrated the week-when and challenged Negro youth lC Evinrude motor ..............$595.00 with canvas top, windshield and ,JU
po. j ....
chicks sold In the city play lice authority-the city turned steering ............ .............. $295.00 "
things or decorative purposes I calm Thursday. :, "
seldom survive the mishandling Arrests were below normal
and unnatural conditions to ,and none had a white-Netro con.
which they are subjected. I notation.Of .
The baby chick Industry la a the 400 cases handled this
big one. The majority of poultry ,,week by juvenile authorities or 12' Aluminum Fishing Boat 17'6" 1963 Thunderbird, cathedralFlat

It for raisers their are source dependent of supply.upon In handful municipal were Negro court,teenagers all but a Bottom .... ..................$ 89.00 hull, fiberglas ............... $1095.00

More than 100 of them wont to 12' Aluminum Fishing Boat
When purchased by legitimate 17' Cutter fiberglas with wind-
farm for
I the city prison seven ,
dealers and placed i In proper I day terms, or longer If they hada Lapstrake ................ ... ...$139.50 shield steering.
breeders.these chicks grow 1 IntoI record of past arrests. ,

maturity with small loss and False bomb threats and bogus Refinished. .. ...... ... $695.00
become an Important factor In fire alarms were about all that
our poultry and egg market. remained of the early week brts. BOATRENTAL
Without proper care and food. 'ding at Mayor Burns' declaration _
chicks die within a short time. I that sit-in demonstrations
Cruelties of the Easter chick must cease and his swearing In

\r trade are especially offensive I llcemen of 494 firemen to enforce ss it.special po. 12' SAILBOAT HAVEN
because they desecrate a holy
Negroes have been conducting

other day which days should be observed, above with all titans hotels which at some haven't restaurants Joined oth.and SLOOP RIG (Mainsail & Jib) NAPLES /

kindness and mercy. Let us I ers In accepting integration rtcSalvation .
eliminate the last vestige of Available by Day

this trade. The spirit of Easter BE A WEND
requires solicitude for all
all times.
things, u


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High Schools

Join CollegesFor ,


Track Meet .. t

best high school field in the his.

tory of the Florida Relays will ,. SPORTS
Join the usual gold plated arrayof
university and college track t
men for the 21st edition of the J

track and field carnival tomon .. 4'w t. t e, .,1. t 1

r March 27, nit
1 field of 28 colleges, 15 junior

colleges or college freshmenand tory. That evened the spring se.
75 high schools will take rles between the teams

part.Among I r BaseballRoundUp In other games, Washington
the high schools, com.
9-3 ;
t won Its fourth straight game
Ing from Alabama, Georgia, over Pittsburgh, Bob Chance's
South Carolina and Florida,com.
slam powered
grand home run I
petition will be Intense In the
Cleveland to a 9.8 triumph over I
lOO-yard dash, high jump, pole the Los Angeles Dodgers, Kan. :
vault, shot put, discus and re. By MURRAY CRASS
1 sas City downed the Chicago
ritPATTY lays.Thirteen Associated Press Sports\ Writer White Sox 1006. the Chicago Cubs '
entrants have high It's often been said that Mick. won a 15'innlng game with Bos. I
jumped above 6 feet, The best is ey Mantle on one leg is better ton 10.8 and Milwaukee ran Its

6 foot 6 by Richard Calloway of y,< than most players on two, but winning streak to fix, beating
Eau Gallle. The meet record is even Mantle himself might not Cincinnati 4.1.

6 foot 4.Eleven. Jo. care to speculate how good he The games between Baltimore ;
have vaulted 12 foot 6 .
would be without that one good and Minnesota and St. Louis and
or better. Tops is Steve Owen of leg.
Philadelphia were washed out
Miami Palmetto at 13 feet 9. Actually, the leg-4he left one after they got started
The record is 13 feet 6>/4. -Isn't that good, and that's --
Fourteen have heaved the 12. what has the New York Yankees'
pound shot over 50 feet. Best is ', superstar worried. HoleInWall's9Hole I

Shades Larry Duncan Valley at of 37.4.Birmingham The rec. INFORMALITY IS THE KEYNOTE at the provides a good place to rest The planned Manager on using Yogi the Berra switch-lilt had I Title Won'

ord is 58.2Nine /. Naples Pier these days. The young tourists in the picture were engrosssd ting center fielder against the B 1\1 Pearson

have bettered 150 feet In fisherman leaning over the rail Is trying in watching the antics of a pelican and Mets and even had his name on Y rs.
the discus. Best is John Mor. the line-up card. But Mantle Mrs C.R. Pearson won the
ton of Miami Edison at 1704. to keep his pole in the shadowof were unaware that their pictures were asked for another day of rest, club: championship In the nine-

The record is 168.UV4, held by the pier, and incidentally the rail being taken. (NEWS photo) saying his left knee was trou. hole class at the Hole-!n-tte-

BERG the famous lady golf professional will Morton.All Ming him. Wall golf'club with Mrs. James
18 mile relay teams in the The left knee is the one which
be at the Beach Club Saturday to give an exhibitionand high school division have done Mr. and Mrs. John Mareton of was operated on during the Leyden In the runner-up spot.

I play nine holes of golf. The exhibition will better than 3 minutes 30 sec. 1 Let's GoFishing New Hope, Pa., fishing aboard winter for torn cartilage. lie hasconsolation Mrs Leston Faneuf won the
the Linda. A 100.pound shark prize
onds. And nine of the dash men
with his
start at 1 and the public is Invited There is had recurring problems
was caught and released also. In the
are 10 seconds or under. right knee since he twisted it as yesterday's outing, lady
to be no admission charge. (McGrath photo) College teams come from the Two good sized snook were a rookie in 1951.: golfers at the Hole-tn-tne-
Big 10 Southeastern Atlantic taken by Mr. and Mrs. Paul wall competed for honors In
Until the few he
that happens to his horse How, past days,
Kresln of Naples also fishing
Trainer To AppealStewards' ever, this clause was ruled un, Coast and Southern Conference with Weeks, and, 20 sheeps. had not been bandaging his legs best-ball foursomes, and top
constitutional by the Florida Supreme plus some strong Independents.Two head released. before games Now he's revert. honors were won by Mrs. W.M.

RulingOn Court in 1947.In of the best Independents, Tarpon weren't the only spe- ed to that precautions nr.io.. Walker Mrs. George Snyder
Florida State and Northeast
the second hearing stew, tlce. Mrs Carl Davis, and Mrs.
Horse cles with hit-and-run tactics, F.
Doping Louisiana will have 1
strong rep. said Thursday the left knee
ards charged Pierce with neg.llgence ., W. Warrlngton of Naples and He K.W. Hufftne.
resent at Ion.
MIAMI (AP)-Trainer Joe H. In the protection of his But the best may be the 1963 Raleigh, N.C., reported two hurts where the cartilage was Two foursomes tied for second
Pierce Jr. says he will appealhis horse, EEC from Tennessee. large snook and two big reds removed. place honors In one
suspension by I HIaleah Park By VICTORINE MURPHY lost after exciting battles.Fish. Dr. Sidney Gaynor, the teamphyslc'ar. foursome I were Mesdames
There is no official team
Azalea raid t.j: klltfo, had
stewards on charges connected Tourney championship In the Florida re. Kingfish activity is still hold. ual acrobatics in the Gulllvan I Ing with B.J. McOulrt of Mon. healed :: before; Mantle Ralph II. Carlson, James Morton

with the doping of one of his Delayed By Rain lays only individual awards. Ing the spotlight in Gulf waters Bay and Caxambas Pass areaa treal, Canada, and J.S. Luckettof came to completely and no weakness Rufus Jeffrts and W.M.
horses, Tamarin. from Naples north to Sanibel.Captivalslandsbutupgradedby. and while some real heavy. Toronto with Capt. Keith, Walker, and In the other, Mesdames -
WILMINGTON N.C. (AP)- exists
Pierce originally was suspend Warrlngton and his party man.
weights in the 100-pound cat.
ed after traces of the drug tho. Delayed a day by rain the $20 Eagle Golfers warmer weati...r and clearing etgory have been striking few aged to boat five reds and four I Ml. Pope frank Ross,
eallnone were found In Tamar.In 000 Azalea Open golf[ tourna, seas large grouper in good giant silver kings to date ,have snook.. Mantle's replacement In the' Leon I lansen.and Orvllle Forte.Ir .

winner of a race at Hlaleah ment's field of 160 started anev numbers are making a bid for been reported weighed In at Fred Tarrent and 'his wife game with the Mets, Hector wat announced next week's
At Fort
March 3.Pierce. today on the first round. Myers supremacy and supplying plentyof fishing docks around Marco and from Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Lopez drove In both of theYankees' plat will be for low gross and
and the Flor. When play was suspended, al t runs In their 2.1 vie. low net honors.
appealed The Naples Senior High action for deep-sea anglers Goodland. guests at The Tide Motel al
Ida Racing Commission sent the least four holes of the Cape I School golf team played today outside the three-mile limit. With warmer weather snook Goodland, had a catch of 46
case back to Hlaleah stewards.The Fear Country Club were under The big migratory kingfish and trout
in a triangular meet In Fort fishing have been king mackerel. A large shark,
stewards ordered the sec water. school, an anticipated event for improving in both Gulf and in. kings, whiting, snappers and PLAY BETTER GOLFBy
ond suspension, until May 8, un. Under the revised schedule,I Myers, competing against Fort anglers of the deep In late win. land waters. Good catches of reds were taken by Hal Brooks
der a different rule yesterday.Don an extra day has been added,I Myers and Rlvervlew of Sara- ter and early spring, was re. speckled trout have been re. and his wife, "Cookie," of MI.
Chappell, Plerce's lawyer setting back the wind-up of the I sota high schools. grettably smaller this season ported in the Horse Creek area Tommy Armour

said another appeal will be ?.hole tournament to Monday. This event marks the first than in past years and was a by Harold Sabla of Bud Hoguo's ami.A medium sized tarpon was

made to the commission and From Wilmington, the touring golf competition for the local keen disappointment to both Gulfcoast Fish Camp with a taken by R.H. Gage of Napleson
then to Circuit Court if neces. stars move some 190 mlleito I team. Those the captain and Finger GripTlIlml'
making trip skippers of private five and three-quarter pounder an elght.pound test line while
sary.Plerce's. Greensboro, N.C., for a tour,, to Fort Myers were Brad Un- craft. taken by Mel Madden of Chi. fishing with Capt. Bob Kerr out I : for
D are reasons holding
first suspension was nament opening Thursday. keless, Ray and Bob Ellen, cago, B1. Sabla reports grey of Ship Ahoy. The silver king
under rule which holds will be followed by the Augusts L /{ club by your fingers/ rather
a a
Alan Foster, Tim Hannah and TARPON AT PLAY trout are also hitting off shore. made 15 jumps. Also fishing
Masters final stop on the wlntei than in the of hands. Ones
trainer responsible for anything palms your
their Some
Rusty Elferdlnk. Tarpon are belnnlng us. good sized snook have with Kerr, mixed catches of
-=----:- tour. been taken in the early morning snook trout and reds were re. ( : that you need speed' not brute forcein
hours at Naples.Pier during the ported by W. T. Cox and Woody manipulating the club The vtrvngthprlirtf

." 'J'>! L ,,\t.SkipDer .1,,past/week along-with' trout and Corkran, both pt.Naplesj ,' u i1tlv1. "lo F\iill'F.fMltJfor t'OI t 'ilihn't.lt! >lt t J
6MC FREE 80AT/VG ladyflsh./ Sheepshead and snap. The following anglers also i- ") i t5ys ';tsY'
pers are continuing their run in reported mixed catches while / three fingers of the left hand snugly

waters of the Ten Thousand Isl. fishing with Capt. George r securing/: the chili against the bed of
ands and while reds are widely Teaney of Goodland: Lee and
that hand. The other for
HERE scattered some good catches John Verheim of Milwaukee, reason
STARTS have been reported. Wisconsin: George E. Smith gripping mainly with your fingers

and John Rights nine of Venice, t is that jour wrists have to cockat
BIGGEST TO DATE Florida; Mr. and Mrs. 'U.K. the top of the backswing and

Largest tarpon caught to date McLeary of Akron, Ohio; Mr. linccxk as you begin your hitting
was a 124.pounder weighed in at and Mrs. J.N. Davis and Mr I action. J If f jour dub is gripped in

Smith's MarinaOW the Marco Island Inn. Bob Whl. and Mrs. H. Y. Bassett of Nap. ) It the palm of your hands your
o taker, Inn manager, said a day les; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sull. wrist movement will he cramped
doesn't go by that he doesn't Ivan, Marco, and Mr. and Mrs. and
can't get whip into the
host a bottle of champagne, Percy Hughes of New Jersey. .
club J J""' b, The tliiiiwo:.
OFFERS COLLIER COUNTY'S ONLY Whitaker's bonus to lucky tar. Rev. John L. Yenches and par. J TribuneFingers
POll hunters. ty of Miami, fishing aboard the hold
Successful tarpon productionin "Linda," had mixed catchesof the club

late March depends largely ladyfish, trout, snook, reds
COMPLETELY ENCLOSED STORM PROOF on the luck and persistence of and jacks. Assorted catches
\ the angler hunting them. Howard were also reported by

DIRT FREE IN-OUT STORAGE FACILITY Gaston of Antioch, ni., fishing Began and Howell S. J'c'l The Dogs At Bonita .
\ with Capt John Stephens out of of Philadelphia, also !

Keep Your Boat in Like New Condition for Years with No Efforton Ship Ahoy at Goodland jumped board Week's boat. Others fish. There will be no greyhound mark the first time In track his.
12 tarpon in an afternoon last ing with Weeks were Clyde C. tory that 'mat.
Your Part and at NO MORE COST than Normal Covered Water week. Using a 12.pound test line Roth and party from Washing racing at the Naples-Fort Myers run on a nee has been
any weekday, other than
Storage. he had one on for nearly two ton, D.C.; Earl Ferell and par. Kennel Club oval In Bonita 'the regularly scheduled Satur-

hours. ty from Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Springs tonight, President John d.ly event.
Fishing with Blllle Weeks a. Morris Maughan of Nashville, Waltman announced yesterday,
Come In Get the Facts On This board the "Linda", also out of Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Cart. "Its a safe hei. that owners
"We're closing In keeping with will he showing/ the heM In their
Ship Ahoy, Mr. and Mrs. Doug nell of Middlebury, Vt.; Dr
Carefree, Modern Boat Storage! all Frazer and Mr. and Mrs.L. George Goode and Ernest Run the observance of Good FridayIn kennels on April It::, too," Walt.

E, Bradhorst of Garden City, of Rlverhead, N.Y.A area churches," Waltman man said The rloxenew of the
Long Island, N.Y., fought a tar. catch of 21 snappers, two T o"t flog of (he Meeting'! and

pon In the 66-pound class for reds, three snook and num. said.Two other Items of Interest to the 'Winnln "f''t' Kennel racesassures

"Where two hours before boating him. ber of ladyflsh were taken by dog race fans accompanied that, he added
The silver king made 10 Jumps Gaylord Brown of Beavertown, Waltman'i announcement. They "Three kennels are closely
BoatingIs "The greatest thrill I ever Mich., and Ray Stewart of For. were an 'Appreciation Day" bunched for top honors and It

had," reported Otto A Boesel est Park, Dl., fishing with Capt. for area fans April 9, when they looks like that Important rating
More after hanging a 100.pound tarponon Keith. all will be admitted free to the may he decided on the final day.
spinning tackle while fish. Bonita racing strip as "guests At least ai many greyhoundsare

?'la Fun"ANOTHER Ing In the islands with Capt. Pirdtes' of the management," and a locked; In the race for selection
11IIUi Hank Keith. The silver king "doubleheader" on doting day, as 'Best Doc,' ton, and that
made two jumps before taking April 13. with programs slated also could be decided on closIng
SKIPPER SMITH EXCLUSIVE! off in the direction of Coon Key. ScheduleHere for both afternoon and evening. day"
Another tarpon hunter who
are the remaining Pitts In announcing the "Apprecia
jumped three silver kings in a ,
Gulf "Premix" Gas period of a few hours but lost burgh Pirates spring exhibition lion Day" event Waltman sires- ItIUULn
sed that It was "by unanimousvote
games at Terry Park In Fort
4 out, was Al Crego of Fenton, of the track's board of di First: 4''7t Q ln.j MISO
Mich. fishing with Capt. Keith. Myers: Lilli. Locket Ul( il 00 loon set
H Mixed at the nozzle, not in the storage tank. The only unit rectors." LaI/ ) toN 1040

in the that offers exact measure time fill Among anglers from Naples I Sat. March 28.Houston all feel I do Smill Still j*) JO
area every you fishing In the Islands for mixed "They as a great :
STOP IN tanks. catches the past week were Dr.I I Sun. March 29'Phlladelphla debt of gratitude to area fans cmtf ;-11:II Out.*. 1744
wr.rq {ua. (?) 110 7 Ml M
Lee Robinson and party Mr. ,Wed. April I.Baltimore for their staunch support of the Shy aumbi,* (4, 7M 444S
and let us show and Mrs. W. S. Morris fishing Thurs. April .Milwaukee track during the past season" Klu III) 400

you the latest and with Skipper Weeks and W. H. ,Fri. April 3-St. Louis Waltman continued. "Neither Deny Dwibl (74l( $4144rTh'r
'I Sat. April 4-Detrolt they, nor myself can think of 'a
Coke and his wife, !guests a. < T-II.JS .
Ouln. SUM
most economicalmethod __ board Capt. Keith's' boat. All Mon April 6.Mlnnesota better way of expressing that (J) ,1, 345 2 M
of Boat ----___ reported back to dockside with Wad. April 8-Dodfers iratitude than by inviting themto 'n.tmna'.". Co."r<(4| /S/ t H JWFturth 2 SO

Handling good catches of reds, snappers, Games start at 1:30p.m.Tic.: be our guests
T-12:0* Out 114.-M
on "
snook and trout. When the matinee Is run
|cets can be obtained at the gate Ch'ryl M. (I) |Vo J'0 100
Two tarpon were jumped by |Before the game Wednesday, April 13. It will H.ppy, 0n.r (|) 100 I M
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Friday Mirth 27, 1914 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7

I Bow t R: 1 ",:iI. Bonita News This Easter Full Of More

.. By RAE WEAR Hope Than Usually Expected

BYNOMIE The Cancer Crusade In Bonita

J, Hope each and every one of you almost as big as e Springs began breakfast Dy SAM DAWSONAP just now with greater assur.
find the Easter Bunny left you a even had sequins "with a kick-off / at the Business News Analyst anc*.
Iblg nest-full of oodles. Speak. Woman's Club, when the exe- NEW YORK
hersttl Another ( AP) This i Industry donates huge sums
in? of nests reminds me of a the Harbor Is the cutive director, hts. James Easter Is as hopeful as the na.i each year to college and unlver.
Illtti* poem that could be apropos made to look like 'T'. Legg, vas Introduced by tlon and the world has known slty programs, and carries on
J. it's all according to how you When t- saw Beaulah the local chairman, Mrs. Mary for some years. It probably Is many of Us own. Some of this
are feeling when you read it; X' thought she had i Reahard. Mrs. Reahard's cochairmen as full of promise as the world, aid goes Into scientific research,
for her bike but ,".....,o could expect. either for general advancementor
[ I little are Mrs Land
I wish were a egg, y Mary
I Away up In a tree, er Inspection it and Miss Virginia Middleton. No mlllenlum In sight Just a for Dandling the problems of
I too pretty. U I fair quota of peace and an gas. particular Industries. Much of
Doing nothing all day long Local workers were enlightened -
ing of friction and fear. Amerl. it Into
busy snooping for goes educating youth tor
As bad as I could be. '
or the: contents of the cans, and all the rest have the
could do one. At new techniques and tasks
|I wish that you would come along will know but what "Guide Book", a copy of which cause to be grateful that a more prosperous Amerl.ca .
And stand beneath that tree, I don't try. As will be handed as the solicitor Americans have lived with will depend upon.
h, I I'd fall and break upon your head, my Mom didn't raise calls, as well as a phamphleton this risk for so long now that Much also results In the gen.
And spatter Thee, with Me ..., childrenl' leukemia. The local) goal this Easter's comparative free eral! advancement of the na.
is $1,000 this year, and the dom from Imminent disaster tIon's level of Intelligence and
Now that my poetic mood has WINS crusade vlll, run through April, nurtures confidence and hop. understanding never mora
[been satisfied let's draw up our Was pleased and although an early coverage doorto This shows up In many waysIn needed (than today.
,' I chairs and be serious for a about my niece, '.a door Is urged by the chairman the United States-from the More Important perhaps Is
.h1le. chard, who Is with fairly trivial matter of buyinga the growing feeling that some
In Miami. At an new hat to the long-range thing really can be done to
'. OHIO BOUND given by Avar-Using \\s the crusader, properly planning that Industry Is doing make this much better and

Bob and Laura Stien left Sun. America at the identified, calls, please give -, more meaningful to more
day In their trailer, for Cincinnati recently, Barbara her your attention, and we hope areas willIe announced shortly people.
Ohio, to spend Easter Class" award for a generous donation, for which This aura of expectation, even
I T E R The buttresses of the ,
concrete flying n Roman
w The "WE CARE" Cancer
with their children. Then they and WINZ was you will receive a receipt.Thls If a bit wistful, stretches be.
will go to the World's Fair where Place" In the 32 England are mirrored. In pool of rain water. The com donation Is an Income tax deductible dressing group held their March yond the nation's boundaries.
R!j there will be a spot for them In one minute or longer of a vast cone, 150 feet 'In diameter. and 300 feet high Item. meeting Wednesday In the Wo- Today's International debatesIn

:1 a huge trailer parking space near competition. Barbara nan's Club Building, with 16 Geneva between the haves
Princeton, N.J. From there they ed a commercial film The area workers thus far attending.The and the have. lots stress the dlf.
I will go via the northern route to by General Mot,. t are: ht3. Velda Reahard and chairman Miss Virginia Terence and lore points between
I California where Bob will visit stand she will t* Mrs. Gerry Graber, Goodwin, Middleton, tells us a large quan rich and poor nations. But out
: a sister who Is a cloister nun Florida Power and ) S Glorious Music Mathlson and Citrus DrlvejMrs.; tity of large size dressings were of the acrimony may come
at Menlo Park and whom he commercials next Dot Herrick and Mrs. Opal made.s our winter resident some attempts to ease the frlc.
hasn't seen In 30 years. We will be listening, I \J Carrell, Imperial Rlver.Chil- season Is fast tlon. And a few years back the
all will miss their cheery smiles of luck I H! never before been released on dens and Bamboo Count Mrs.. drawingto talks couldn't have been held at
: a close, she Is more than
.. and now we have another openIng Was over visiting Writer records. all.
Hertha Illinois and Indiana
in our square dance set. J.R. Bowen a while a Lent this year include Overtures on this t.o-LP set Voight, grateful for the help they have Many of America's corpora.
Jim and Ida Mae Max. daughter Joyce, for Easter. are hs. Cherubini, Cimarosa, Streetl) Mrs, Blanche given this class this past year. lions with International dealingsare
well closed up their new "12 lovely Siamese cat Cluck. Mozart, Rossini and Llles, Dean to Childers St.; Anyone wishing dressings working along quietly In the
I foot wide" and are heading backto Ing. I have never on Columbia per- Brahms. Mrs,Carol1ne Merger, Nuttings and who need not be cancer same direction. Fruits of their
Alva, Okla. When I asked mesa kitten so the Philadelphia Orches Lately, when Pablo Coasts Grove! Mrs. Armenia Rellly, patients can secure same by activities In other lands often go
them "Why, so early?" They over to see them. i Choir and soloists has appeared in the United States, Bonita and Little Hickory contacting her or Mrs. Mary unllottl'ed-he raising of living
explained they will help their somethln? I still it has been ss conductor and composer Shores) Mrs. Myrna Reahardand Reahard. The latter Is this standards there, the Industrial
son who has a florist shop there "Siamese" kitten, But It Is superb cellist Mrs. EthelSheffleld, Pennsylvania year's chairman of the Can zatton and development which

through the Easter rush and Jim was full of coal ......._........c -nr. RCA that he11\ heard in "The Art of Ave and Arroyal Road; cer Crusade these nations crave.
tells me he will be able to keep cutler, with blue includes "Toscanini Con Pablo Casals." He play 12 Mrs Edith Bullock and Mrs. this session were I 1IIIUII I Kim. 'I"'> l It' iit ,
out of mischief by working his has asked me < Overtures" and "The Art selections,accompanied by piano, Wanda Locklair, Stanton Subd. Mesdames Attending Mary Land Amanda t II, I in in I\.I mil .dna, our'
twenty two hundred acresof you this sad story i and Shores In> trimi" 1 hi* Klip '111, k wli ii
Pablo Casals." recorded in 19:6, 27 and 28, Imperial along with Warn, Helen Stanbach, Erma (i pu
wheat They use enough com. Smokle, Squeaky, and they are beautiful West Avenue Mrs Battle IMN MUCIIH out |" uiUil lilt. ilu
for one selection the Cox, Margaret Tobie Grace
: ,
bines to harvest twenty-five hun 8 and Rlngo
Reproduction quality on both Seller Dean Street from Ma- Inn k KO. unit mud
for NBC ,
dred bushels a day. search of a home. mi readings Foster, Ethel Bennett, Opal "
The Walter Hupmans have left for free but only to Orchestra radio broad. these performances from the pastis thison to the Trail; Mrs. Gae Kyle Betty Guoan, Leota Kastendlck. "I.iMik lllltUv. IN tlt.ll III "'gl'.,
for their home In Greenville, kind of parents. .. from 1943 to 1953 have surprisingly good Buck, Dean and Mathison; Mrs ,Marlon Ellsworth.Opal \ llMIU thltlul I'tm. host till
u 1I>III1uI.UII' rnllinii in the
Ohio. Hate to see the folks mother Is full-Hooded R.E. Grant, Michigan Avenue Carrell Dot Herrick. Lillian .
Milk( Mill Ilu hl'tl- 1111\1) UlliIII i !'
leave Naples Land Yacht Har. the father??? Well i area; Mrs. Alida Piper, U.S. Ferris and Miss ElsleCochran. .1.111.11", il t.
boa but I do not envy them must be black, don't j #41l Mrs, Hilda Alspaugh, Mobile
the drizzly, slushy, early spring Joyce says anyone i Homes Village) Mrs.Marie
up there. 1 do admit I would loveto kitty come to the Poehlman, Beach Road Mrs
; i '
tee the first crocus peep Palm Street and Carman Sewrd, Bonita Beach .. /
through the snow. Had a letter East Naples and Mrs. Jessie Farabee, Tennessee Thei&l I
from Alice and Paul Baldwin from Daddy Is manager of |
Avenue Mrs. Weeks
Joliet, m., telling us they miss department at Mary ,
the weather and the king fishing please don't let your |, Windsor and Coconut Road.Mrs. presents
but they are seeing robins and tlon run away with Betty Church Terry Street)
the tulips are up two Inches al. Just thinks seven Mrs Ethel Crltean, Wisconsin PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS
ready. much and he I Avenue; Mrs. Frances McCormick -
How many of you have made Mr. and Mrs Rosemary 02, and Mrs. for Accordion, Guitar and
piggy banks from these gallon ebrated Lloyds B'day ; Edythe Mclaughlin, Rio Vista Other
plastic bleach bottles? Saw Fran evening with a j Estates StringInstruments
Mason with one under her arm dessert party for 18 Call MI
their lovely home in Solicitors for the remaining 2-6610

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GlennYoungBaffle bloom hobby ,and ts a in gorgeous their I MORNING may find this affectionate, small' ;4l c.. .. s.. .. .. .. 4 b )..,.... -. 4 14''i 1a.-,4it"-,

chid tree. In the I -!ld pup with pleading eyes replacing 'the '

looks like a snow .a't! < Easter bunny in a home of her own if she 1 Is try your drug store'for.
have five pairs of .
LinesGrowing busy setting up house I i of the fortunate canines to be adopted from

I still wish someone Humane Society's shelter this weekend. This

here me why this there are so I of the Day" is just one of many pups In

Taut counted three year.pairs I ( ) of a loving home, and may be seen at the

als, warblers, five daily between 12 and 3 p.m, _
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) This 1
tow.hes. ;
Ohio's Democratic U$. senator. t
Someone must have ,,
ial race between Marine Lt. Col.
Even our blue Jays
I John H. Glenn Jr. and Sen. Ste. I,

phen M. Young drew taut today.A WHO'S Solve Those Last .
Marine Corps announcement The fishing reports ri\C
indicated that Glenn, in. this week Guess r '
; Minute Easter ;
Jured In a fall here Feb. 26, I r Shopping
Ing so many .
might not be sufficiently recovered /
let me know the :
to retire from the Marinesby Problems '
Apt-ill, they are getting
Howard Imboden
This would sharply limit the Here'Y
some lovely fillets. tt
( sY
former astronaut's campaign for :
have a good story, '
nomination In the 5 Boxed .
May pri. I< 'r ;
there may be a slight
mary. Wise assures me it 4 1

asserted Young's that campaign if the manager election came One day home last tq week find I (/Ii\f\ WHITMAN'S CANDY ':

were held now, Sen. Young, 74,
would win handily. i someone had left on I I latter Boxed
When Alice opened It I I "

bus Glenn appeared headquarters undismayed in Colum.by that a nice sometime before. ; ,. From 69c T* $5.00

4 d
Marine Gen. Wallace Greene's '
had taken a couple
statement that "I'm
Thursday : first fishing trip. The !
cure he Is not going to be able relaxing and I; Complete Line of Assorted
to retire by April 1."
when a big snook
Ford Eastman who left the Ii
i tin*. As he reeled It
space agency to aid Glenn's was snarled and he I ,
campaign, declined immediate something to cut the \
comment but indicated the situation : )
Alice cave him s pair
might become cleared by and as he cut the line Arrive In Time ,,,4., I"
Monday. He did not elaborate.
all ..,
'the same time 11-1 Y .wY. I
For "jl'
Regardless of developments \
his fine catch, he very 1 KISS 1 FOR M A M A \ fl ;?
Glenn's name will remain on Two month, 11 pound cub, be. ""\
handed Alice his cigar Easter ;
Ohio ballots, making his nomination ceeded to toss the lleved to b* first white tiger born 'In western hemisphere I Givingl! .t: L
possible without returning the Gulf. hie*** his mother, Mohlnl, In cage at Waahlngton too ,
to Ohio election officials .
pointed '
Here's a goody I AAATCHABELLI'S uw..1
out. to : : \\0\\ \ : \W :\\\ \\ \\W : ::: '\\:&: \: :'r .,
week I am going
Glenn's fall against a bathtub .si '
myself When .
caused Injury to his Inner ear, water from "Spring: Fancy"Cologne
producing nausea and dizziness, greasy from it ,
Ing pans, put a piece ovr/ 14 ;
that often takes many weeks to paper In the sink f & d. -4 "'t.
cure Eastman
not only the '
ers j
astronaut has been in a / c'
but keeps grease /
| San Antonio Tex. military hot.
down the drain.
pltal since March e. Say Mike, I am with a Skin Perfume 'i"The !(f

Shortly before the Marine prised to learn that ./ "" \
Gift She'll Love"w
commandant's statement
ard Metzenbaum. Young's, cam. have know always- where believed time I I '\ 'I ,( \ ...1'1' l'' _

pup manager, asserted that
the same place
[ the senator had pulled ahead In when you. stand up. F

the Ohio race. Mistral" GUNITE, I' 1

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Last Supper scene in Black Hills Passion Play Passion Play NowIn

I Its 12th SeasonThe ..Y"I'JI

JAqL_ Black Hills Passion Play, a civic project of Lake
Wales, now In Its 12th annual season in the Lake Wales bYR i
Passion Play Amphitheatre, is a dramatization of the last Mt
liven, days of the life,of Jesus Christ on earth.
I More:thjpnp. Ane-hupdredlocal' persons lake part in t
+ri r the play, supporting a cast of 30 professionals headed by
Josef Meier, the Christus
Done in old-world tradition, but with dialogue in
English, the Passion Play is presented on a stage 350 feet
wide In a natural amphitheatre seating 3500. A carnal!
caravan and mounted Roman soldiers add a touch of real.
ism to the age ._& Cappenburg Monastery of Luenen, Germany, in 1242.
iq/f: J_ In 1932 it was brought to America by Josef Meier,
in In 1938 the Play was established In a permanent homeat
Spearfish, in South Dakota's Black Hills hence, the I
Play's name In 1953 it was transplanted to the Lake
Wales Amphitheatre as a winter civic and community
Josef Meier, who is also producer and director of
the famed religious spectacle, always strives to presenta
performance that will give Christian teachings an easier '0-
and clearer understanding; an understanding that will finda Mary, played by Clare Hume Meier
,1 : the deeper pulpit.and fuller meaning In future sermons from

The Passion Play will be presented through April
19. On Tuesday, Thursday,and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.,
r' and on Sundays, a twilight performance at 6 p.m. The
customary Good Friday performance will be at 7:30 p.m,
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Announcement 15-Sflet Help Wanted 48-Apts. For Rent 37-Houses For SaltHoxae 65-Gen. Real Estate L -H

PLAZA BEAUTY SALON MALE OR FEMALE Large 2 bedroom 2 bath Co-op -
lull front apt for 1t65 season. cent'at- .:i t..i Io..oo..t OWNER TRANSFERRED
121 E:. Ttmltml Trill MUST BE LICENSED Can be seen first week April. IV baths Living room O,ntng 3'bodrooms. 2.bathi Corner lot p 1
Mldw.y '."72 REAL ESTATEBE Reply, Sot I727GQ 321,4JSAir room. kitchen plenty' of Cab Near schools Fine, family,'
sell Fewily room f Ia" co..d'. homa.
Florida room. 110'1" cloud.
BONITA SPRINGS SPA YOUR OWN BOSS eond efficiency end I with washer alec wlllr feat OWNER WANTS TO SELL this
Mrm ;pt.. Near beach and ar carport with atorage clot* CUSTOM BUILT 211.droom. TRIM EL JEN' '
Naples yachtingfleet built The 'EI.Jen.
announces EXCELLENTPROPOSITION pier | a month end .P. and Terrace House i* o< m ,bath home on 100 5 135 |oits was named for

Charm and! Reducing Class. i/20/tf .Ml 2ftf' CBS construction. TarratKftoora lot North Naples loot,on. Owned by Arthur Stock of two of Stock's grandchildren was com

electric haateraElectric EXTRA INCOME: may ba yours
el forming now. (Adult or CALL MI 2-2359 BETTER APTS FOR LESS range and refr f ineluded from this" 2 badroom I bath Aqua Court the ebove Pearson 28. pletely outfitted here at the Naples
The Lot i* 70 X ISOcomplete home plus QUEST COTTAGE
Teem! classes) Call WYman Clean, cool CB"J inOsc.llant
3/27.1f TV cable city water. with iprmklr. tyt' location, Both com foot fiberglass cruiser: was recently Marine Corporation formerly tha
paved Waek.end
2-2301 Bonita Springs Fla. ,t.", .. tree and shrubs Mull furn.h.d-THE PRICE.

16-H.lp Available APTS. weekly 2961 monthly.FrancIs. DUPREE Av. S ,.be Location sees t*few b* apreciated block' from- '.IS RIQHTI launched at the Naples Marine Corporation Daniels Boat Yard. Robert J. Anslowis

WILLS HAIR FASHIONS (off Sh.do..wnl' "*.ch. at 4SO Jrd Ave N* Contact: after a trailer-truck-trip: over the president of the
All brnch. beauty aervice Accounting. Bcrf'n: Cain 3/2'.tf under III 000 Phone Ml 2 4114 Virg"i Marcum ..>" ia.gar marine

417 SIN Av.. So ler, other General" related 1 or DON'T BUY OR RENT 'lope 'O'iM'rToW1 Corner of lit Ave No. 4 Tarn the road from Bristol R, I I., where she corporation.
MI 2.143S3BoatsMotors any employment UNTIL. YOU SEE I.", ,.,
Full time. I or I day; weak: 4 1 BR home on 11th Ave. -
Salary' aubiact to diacuation YANKEE'S LANDING ... between tth 4 Sth St*. 'DEWEY POLLY wiener least on his l 10th birth.
Call, Ml 2-S22I. 3/21St Exciting, unuaual'. ffarentl, A rl't 114.500 t* tl',500.
Acces. waterfront Coop on Choaapoaka :: S. STONE. INC REALTY day at their home on Lake Traf
- "Colored Girl, 21. needs work Ave In Oyater Bay, Lease Builder .
with ford
Hou..cl.lnnl. Call Rebecca option lo l *S T nth tt i Attending were Char.
>utf Burton Bro*. Ml N. Ml 2-1731 .1fiml11okalee News
U72 Jewel' Bon Avenue. Roy.1H.rbor.
SPECIAL Gordon 3/24.51 .t MI 2.3566 after 4 p.m. 22121 or Ml 23937 3/77.tf YANKEES LANDING a 40' Watarfront seawall. les Heath, Dale Brown, Mike and

19 ft. Mon I bed 00. uxIurflTkWed tally new conception In waterfront cantral heat and air. 2 bdrmat Dave Garrett, David Stone, Curt
"Crosby"runabout APARTMENT cult csmoleiekitchei Coop on Chetapeaka Avefrom batha. porch garage, II'.'iOUSI -;.. .. DYMRS.W.t4.GARRETT and Rob Massey, Doug Allen
twin 40 H.P. 21-Lost & Found Near bead and sliupping. 17,SM to IIS.000. See it .A. ,
IY SEASON OR YEAR today or call Burton Broa Ml Mandarin, Rd. i bdrma. -, Susan Hart, Karen Skinner, Mr.
Johnson motors with only III Ito Ave So M' J.Ut 22121 after hour. Ml' 21324 2 batha. central' heat and air, and Mrs. C.L. Massey and Mr.
flans have boon otnpleted for Cub Scout Troop 27 Don 3
l/2>.tf porch carport Assume inert.gege. ,
1$ hrs. since 2 18gal. RING FOUND ON BEACH IN and Mrs. Buck
new. THE VICINITY OF 3rd AVE. 49-Housvi For Rent KLIIHtMENT; HOMES No .Closing. cottt $2.000n the Easter Sunrise services, held a kite contest Sunday at the Garrett

gas tanks, all controls, NO OWNER MAY CLAIM BY M'ch'gan Ave 4 now under O* III 900 which>l wUl lie held at 0 a.m. at airport. Those participatingwere &

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. FOR IDENTIFYING AD. AND PAYING 3/2tf 1 3 rm furnished, cottage contraction 2 yet to be sold 145 6th St No. ) bdrma, I the Immokalee High School foot. Danny 11.\11. David Stone, ROTARY ELECTION
Buy now end choose cit' bath, The Immokalee
Available your firaplaca carport good Rotary Clubat
Immedletely 171
complete package par Home ball field. The Rev. Richard Jacky Talor Lane Crews and
er "'0. I 2 rm furnished cot. colora 111470 CARIB Investment $12,(SO4tO Its
regular at Circle
1895. See at 1650 Murex 23-Mi For Sale tag*. Available April I. 160 per BEAN REALTY 1750 Wo Trail' /Howe pastor of First Methodist Charles Heath. Judges were meeting
mo Coon Key Cottage Good. 14)55) r/0tf>th 16th Ave So Aquolana. Ibdrm. W Resturaut Monday elected of.
will be
Drive, or call Bill Tucker, land Box 97, Qoodland 1 bdrm 1 betfl"home. ISO from ... t batha. cantral haat 1.eir Church the speaker for Jack Queen" Jolmn Wliatle and fleers for the coining jcar.
MAPS 3/21.11.2' beech Cantral' heating and air, garage, watarfront. 111.SOO. the services. Paul Dlrd music Curtis Massey, Charles Heath
Midway 2.4295 Excellent City County Topo COM.* Merlew and Beck Real, director of First Baptist Church, won the I prize. Others attend New officers are Gerald Craw.
I XEROX Copying; instantly tera 413 Sth Ave So Ml 2.S22I. Lot 25. Block I, Royal' Harbor, ford president Max Richardson
Buy 2 block from court houae t will furnish 'HI ,
CAPLES BLUEPRINTING bedroom furnished houa Air 1/tthlf overlooking' bay aaawall. Coat spot singing. Ing Were Mrs. Clarice Crews,

Its 6th Avo So. MI 2.2IS2 cond., elec heat city *water SI.900. sacrifice $6960 Good Friday Services will beheld Mrs. Nora Stone, Mi' .. I':arl vlcp.pre'HiMit; Charles Ander.

YACHT BROKERAGE -3/I ItSSaeutiful fultr month plus utilltle' A nice MOORINGS 1 bedroom DELIGHT 2 tile bath Lot M 17th Avo So Aqua at 7:30 p.m. at the First Hall, Susan and Jimmy Hill, son, 8rc'I'I'I.u'< <:2; Roland Gfttvs; ,

Compl.t. Naples Lletlnga Custom wood kitchen' no peta Ml 24002It home Carpeting throughout lana. w';.. n coat S':900, Baptist Church with the neve F.E. Mrs. Ramuiu Thorne Susie treasurer. Mew directors are
Fin Inbo.rd Boata From 20 cabinet Never low }
priced living room. dining area hl sacrifice, 16250 Judge
oetn three bedroom house Dunaway George McKay.
Bob Martin' MI 2.3757 'Immediate delivery Ml' unfurnlthed with end one bedroom Compl.tely, Thomas, pastor of Immokalee Sarah and Mary Stone, Mrs.

BrunkSmlth Chrla.Craft Sale, 2NSI 3/lOtl crpt curUIn the. stove exceptionof and sir conditioned, and heated Pn, Lot 13 Banyan Blvd High, lot Church of God, as speaker. The Curtis Massey and son Rob Carry-over directors are Fred
SPORTS FISHERMAN rfngrator. Annual !I.***. pot a I. and dishwasher Paved overlooking, Quit Sacrifice, at First Baptist choir will have Mrs. EdenflelJ and 13111 N wsolUp.
Johnny and
Ft driveway to carport and ator 15' 0. Whatley
21 Ulrlckaon flying brldft. WATKINS 4> BARKAU The dub Is Inviting the
225 Qry Minn, ships three, 26-Personal S61 5th Ay. So Tel MI 2.SMS age room. Nice' screened In chares of special singing. ren Susan and Phil Crews. Eva
porch and aodded lawn Par. didates for puMIc office In the
compUl with flatting chairs I VINCE CONBOY Communion will be adminIster. had
sod many other ..tr... Top 2 block from court houae t ilelly Undacaped, Ph. Ml. 2 410 eryone a wonderful time and county or district to speak to
condition $4'50.00. Will trade MINK STOLE: bedroom furnished, houae Air eSter I p in. No brobers please II' 5th Ave .rkw.y ed at the First Methodist Church alter the contest went to tho

for real *atate Call Burton Emba Autumn Haze. Full akin cond.. alee heat city w.t.r. Ph. MI 2.5745 from the hours 4 to 5 p.m. on Ice house for cold drinks. {tie, club! The next six regular
Bros MI 22121 or MI 23937. Worn four times, S2SO 95 12th fultr month plus utilltle 1 bedroom 2 bath houa In meetings have b >en set aside

IIS.SOO. Call MI 2-71M char .pta. ISO a month and up Year open communion. Spooner of Charleston Air force I for this purpose and the candl.
and c:1"Utl: fof rnf I: 30 p m. 3/22.2wkl around Near baa piarMl :dates will t* notified regard
Month. : The Rev. Fred Martin
Opps. Professional Service year Avo So 2.6192. '0 If Base, Charleston, S.C., spoIlt ,

250' FROM BEACH "" FOR SALE: In quiet neighborhood Owner leaving town Mutt aalll Sarasota conducted the fourth the weekend with his parents, I ing their particular day to ap

A GOLDEN Income Tax Return preparedby For rent till Dee 15th Fur. tally. Lrg mad* 1 Into I bedroom 4 bedroom home, 2 Tile Price Baths raducad I SOO Bedroom,. 2 quarterly conference for the Mr. and Mrs. W.G, 8|ner. I learn The, cluli meets each Mon.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY' Max Weston, former tax nithed 2 bedroom. 2 bath hoot*. both and flreplece" Large First Methodist Church. Reportswere Mr. and Mrs. Ilernmt: Summer I day at the Circle W Restaurant
WANTED: A couple or a/iupltt consultant for Little River Tax Screened porch end firaplac screened porch 4 utility shed, Saagala'' Waterfront Lola at 12t1IlIr: ima luinr.
for Owner.Management of the Service, of Miami Call Midway TV 4V cable Very quiet. To Air condo In bedroom. New Discount for limited, lima, PRI heard by Its members.The of Newmarket Road an .Ihp I'l'Oud -- ; ; ;

Beautiful Bonito Springs SpaHotel. 2.2270 for appointment, Stewart edulta I Inquire et t:7I Av fence enclosed 10 x 15 swim VATE BaachAqualana church conference and quarterly parents of a new bab> im> born At the rt>euUr bi-monthly I meet.

Excellent terma to the Real Ettate Office 421 9th So from I em. p.m- :; mlng pool.' Lot of atorage 4 Shores home Fully conference the Ing of the American Legion: Au.
llfhtDr. it let. Contact peron St N.. afternoon or vningt after S p m. l/7tf! cupboard apace $15500 213SO furnished & ready for living approved Monday morning xlllary Unit No.110 held at John
plat plans for the
127.500. education
Ches. Oncu Wymin new Ramona Thome, of Panama

2.2301 or write P. O. Bet 12$. 38 Autos For Sale I bdrm. furnished hout*. |SS 1 BR homo with 'lovely Guest al unit. The plans consisted of City, a former resident of Im Michael's Restaurant, this )'f>ar's
boise Springs. "orid. per mo 2717 DavIs Blvd. Ml Houaa near Beach. 110000. Girls' Staters were selected.
3/2Mt eight new class rooms plus apastor's mokalee SPOIlt the weekend with
21010 1/25.tf 58-lofs For Sale 2 Bloch of Beach BaautifulHomaaila Heading the list Is Jo Jump.

INTERESTED IN 0.1 K. UCSED CARS only |7,SOO tarmaLot study and work rooms.In her sister and family, tho Earl with Bonnie Gmxlwln as her Alternate. .

1961 Chevy 2 Cp*. Low Nicely furnished 2 bdrm, tile |795 terms Sabal the architect drawings there Ilails.
OLDTIME MH.i. Clean 139500 bath. '1.. rm.. T.V. Naar Gulf Lot. label. Shore. Conv.nt.nt Shoraa. was also Included a remodeling Next was Becky Hauler.s.iltsL.U44iswi3it24lpld .
1960 Chevrolet St Wag Beach end Golf Club. Midway Lecetion Price S79S |I50 .
RETAILING ._ :, Powerghde A P. 2 7336 1/19,Stautiful .4,,. OeyM C. Jane-ReJor, 351 see offle..f I ._ of the front of the sanctuary, *':-1Il1Rrs.tF.C ''''-;- as
; (,th Avi. Ml .iltf .
Steer I29S.00 I ruAVJU f dflNES Dinner on the alrernalp.'TWElrrfc were
: grounds Micky Rimes of Corkscrew
? 1961 Comet St Wag Very 2 bdrm. 2 bath horn for Sole Wooded Lot neei- 351 Sun Av..E b' MI I.U50 selected from a list of Junior
Clcen. Auto 119500 for 1110 pr m*. Stove. refriajeretor hedowlawn School city water the conference was working In a survey crew
Want 10 talk to persone Inl.r. 1959 Pontiac St. Wag and drape included available.: Eaay Term' Call' : Sunday cutting right of way and girls compiled by Frank War.
tied In an old country store All Power 119500 Adults only reference* r*. Vlfdway ,. or *.* your rlncr and HIP High School tea.
or oldtlma soda fountain type 1959 Pontiac Conv quired CARIBBEAN REALTY broker. RENEW YOUR .Jr .sDRIVER'S PTA MEETING cut his leg badly, requiring sev.
of retail aalling New Top. Clean 1195.00 VSO N. Trail Ml 2.SltS3Hhttf : The Immokalee P.T.A. met eraS! stitches. rhcrs. Qualifications needed in

1960 Ford St. Wag E AClT ZONED LICENSE l: order I" be eligible for Girls
You 1 have e business that 2 Dr. VS 109500 =ttO".IO" O IHOPPING. Thursday night In the school au. Jimmy Lambert took his mo.
:dml be converted, suitable 2 Bdrm furnIshed houa TV DURING YOUR( ditorium. and Im. ther Stale are leadership, CD.dixrallvenesa .
1961 Falcon 2 Dr. On Uth Av* So Owner Ml Everglades Mrs. Annie Lambert, to
real estate or money to InveatI Sri Stick I9S.M19SS cable carport screened _porch. 2.1SSI or Ml I 2.2030. N. P SloanReeltor BIRTHMONTHt'S physical fltnl'lIS.
mokalee bands entertained witha
.... last
can supply a fine lOlloction clot to See Gate School. BaInbridge, Ga., weekend
Ford ConvVI I 50 9th St So, Naple
old store fixture. and collector Sharp 495.00 Ml 2.7045. ./21.11I /24.5t band concert. After the con Mrs. Lambert spent the win. scholarship, Lharacter honesty

Item a design and ides 1957 Ford Conv VI PUBLIC NOTICE and courage, It Is Important that
promotion plan 395.00 bdrm. furnished houa*. Ml It .100' Hometlt' I block cert a short business sessionwas ter with her daughter, Mrs. W.G.
Stick USED Shift' TRUCKS 2.1191 after S: IS p m 1/27.tffodrma to beach Ith St No' M,600. held with election ofofUeere.M Spooner. Jimmy will stay for a all qualifications be met On the

Will b* In Naples Mrach 21.29. 1961 Chevrolet LWB furnished home XTr Tom McBride Reeltor, 132 NOTICE Of INTENTION TO rare times when a girl Is pick.
Sid Drown
was elected visit before home.
pro. returning
Park St
So Ml 1..4. 2ltfPORT
Leave your name and phone Location Mich. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES
UT Fleetaid Pkup 119500 conditioner : ed larking one qualification It
number at Box 1737FF Will 1959 Chevrolet SWB Ave Call Ml 2-4491 JOHN C. SEIOMANN hereby certifies sldent; Mrs. Louise Black vice Mrs. Dotty Taylor and child.

.contact you 3/27.412 UT Fleettido Pkup 19500 or ilr.rmrjr Whitman ROYAL Lot22, Galleon that h* la conducting the president; Mrs. Joyce Warrlner, fell Margie Freddie and Lisa becomes apparent when reportsare
DUPLEX: Lakefront duplex s.. Ua For Your Blvd' 3/27.21,31 Drive For Sale or Trade: business of sales and service of turned In upon return of
beamed ceiling, 2 badrooma Transportation N.ed.INGRAGt.tM't Writ Q J. Herbert 2120 Pont equipment, powered, with aircooladenqines secretary; and Bill Newsome, spent the weekend In Miami with ito girls. The auxiliary wishes.
end salas of accessories .ndr.l.t.d
Financing Roed Parian Coins treasurer. The Installation of
one side rented for SSI 50. Mort. __ Mrs. Loran Sheeley.
product. under the nemetof to thank Mr. Warrlner and the
INC. 50 Rooms For Rent
ago Your for officers will be at the next moot
Mr. and
II.SOO. :11ntu:" Broa Ml 130 9th St. N. Ml 2.510S LAWN EQUIPMENT' CENTER. Mrs. C.N. Honey of teachers for their cooperation.
2121 MI 23937. 2/27.1f Naples" Fla, Cypreea Drlv 71' residential' viii CARRARA LAWN EQUIPMENT Ing. Rev. /Harold Shearer gave Newville Ala. spent the week
or ,
will be inTallahassee
3121.27.2' 31 lot. 11400 C. C. Poovlck 112 CENTER. He also certifies This year the girls'
Room and privet bttt twin 7th Ave So 3/2itf that ha la the sole owner of said the devotional. After the meet. with their son and daughter-in- June 12 to June 19.

bed*' 2 bIb' from .beech and bualnete enterprise. and that itt Ing refreshments were servedIn law Mr and Mrs. Caroll
.12-Help WantedPart NO DOWN PAYMENT town 242 7th Avo. So. 1/fr.tf principal piece of buaine I* 197 Roney Previous to that, the girls will
WITH GOOD CREDIT To aettle Estate. Lot 11. Block Third Avenue North Naples, FlorIda the cafeteria, of First Street.
See this, 19S Living rm bath and bdrm Prl K Pine be Invited to meet the auxiliary
SI Ford Wagon ion Cub Scouts Dens 1.2.3 helda 1
ANRld.fhlt.n. Willard McCraney and Mrs.
time Saturday "
Tuesday vate entrance Breakfast prlvi.I.
57 Mere 4 dr HT value 195.ft 1760 He ttete It It hit Intention t* members and to a dinner to
afternoon Car naceaaaryQrlll Chev Wagan a buy 295 lagos for couple or lid I.*. Ill No Trail, MI 2-tlSS. 2/lltf apply to the Clerk of the Circuit, pack meeting Tuesday night Bob Sliockley spent the day
other from
Cell or see Mr. Hermenson at 11th Av. So Ml I 26229 girls attending
57 Ford Viet. HT good 395 at the school Gene Stone den
the eolli.r, Co. News Court In end for Collier County In Miami Tuesday
3/2 7.21
57 Buick 2 dr HT. power 19SSI Florid' to the s.id, namesof the 8th District
.2101.. 3/IO.3t Chev 2 dr needs engine 195 61-lncomt> PropertyA LAWN rII.t.' CENTER mother for Don 1 Is Mrs. Uoyd Mrs. Bob Sliockley went to

Cook. Day or evening ahlft J/2S 27 -Wanted To Rent and LAWN EQUIPMENT Drown with Mrs. Wayne Gar Miami Thursday to pick up her SCOUT FUND DRIVE

Waitress, for evenings exCouple Salesman: Paul Graham Tom GOLDEN CENTER under the provl rett and Mrs Connie Carver as daughter, Marie Ellen, to spend
Lauren font of Chapter 209S1 Laws of Mrs. Thelma Skipper presl.
Paele. Elton Davidson
perienced only. Apply at Vet.derbilt BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY assistants. Den 2 has Mrs.
WANTED f.t. I bed. the Easter Sharon
Blue will bring your choiceto M.y Florid. Act of 1941 n emended holidays.
WANTED Immokalee Woman's
: A couple or couples dent of the
3/26.Sf Siech you. Call Ml 2.5154.COLLIER room furnished house. apart.mMft for Owner.Menegement of the Witness, his hand thlt llth day of Betty Driver as den mother and and David Sharp will come up
COUNTY MOTORS Pr duplex in City. with March, 1914 Glut which sponsors the Girl
Your Friendly FORDMERCURY AC a heat. yeerly rentel. Quistcasypia. Beautiful Bonlte Spring Sp John C. I agmann Mrs. Jack Allen as assistant. with them to upend the holidays
Hotel, Excellent term the Scouts here has been selected
for motel and lining A COMET Dealer no parties. no pets.Write ofhtDr.2 William H. Gracaly Mrs. Phillip Crews Is don mo. with Marie EUen.AmonI' ,
lea Contact
reort Domestic duties live P. o. lox 112 N.pl. \ peraon Attorney at Law chairman of the Immokalee' Girl
In Apply In person at Snook 3/22.0 *. Gnu Wymn 154 Fifth Avenue South ther for Den 3 with Mrs. Nora those who altend d the
22MI j Scout fOund drive. The drive will
or writ P 0 Box 121Bonit .
Hole..Motel, Marco 41-Trucks Tractors Living rm. bath and bdrm Prlvata Spring Florida, Naplee Florid Stone and Mrs. Phyllis /Hall as band concert at the R.E.A. con. be hell April 20th through 23th
Mer 20 27 Apr 1. 10 I9M <74
entrene Breakfast,. prlvl.I. /2Ut _______ _______ _____ assistants The Scouts recelv.ed ventlon In Fort Myers Saturday Since Immokalee !I. only part of
leg** for couple or I.d 111
13-Help Want. Female Do you noo 'Ccklu"p get eOMC Ills Av*. So Ml I '.1229. IDEAL FOR IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE their Bobcat pins along with were Mr. and Mrs Bud Illn.son. the Gulf Coast t Council we and.Clpate .
Receptionist and aecretary Apply only 11799 See G. H. LUFF '127.21I For Sale Commercial Bid THE STATE OF FLORIDA their membership cards. They Kay Seal, Mrs. Bob Shock. reaching a goal of $030.
LUFF GMC. INC. 421 9th StMo I ; IN AND FOR displayed the things they had ley and daughter Theresa. Mrs.
In person at Naples Medical yr old I 10 x 12 CBS 120en Mrs. Skipper a former resl.
Canter or call, Ml 2-2191 temporary location Henderton Creek. 14 x 14 COLLIER COUNTYIN made during the year. One of Cornelia McDonald, Mrs. Lula ,
3/24 StWstwea 3/151Hf I 54-Trsde Sell walk, In cooler Ml 2 4S7S or CHANCERY dent of Sebrlng, came lo Im.mokaree .
or Ml 21791 1/27.tflllneaa Case No lOn the most Interesting things they Williams. Mrs. Forest Harrel March 19 1953. She
to do neusewoos5uSd ,
ngnt GREENWOOD P EATON and made WAS a shoe box museum. Miss Veronica and
cook I meal 3 hour dally TRUCKS Crtwn Mr.
compete, me to evil MILDRED G EATON has worked with Girl Scouts lee
or 1 hour 3 day a wk Pti Naples' Bowling Stock for acre. my Lias and
husband and wife, Mrs. Carter Mrs. Dora
MI 2-414 after I P.m. If Your Choice $295.00 eg.*.lbt*. Mortgage. etc:. OH too apt any building Clay et: with.U iSIs furnithmet Ave So. 712 Anderson Drive thy Howell. ven of the II sears that she has
R Broker 421
Florida lived here. She developed
Counter A kitchen h.lp. Over 1/ltf Naples PUBLIC NOTICE great
It T. Chev Walk-ln 91 h St. No, Midway 22270. ,
II wanted for CI.ys. Mutt b* I T. Ford Walk, .,In HUNGRY Plaintiff Interest In Scouting beginningas
taady and reliable Apply In Rettaurant fr sale| 117.000| CHARLES'* NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING SPELLING CONTEST
person Caroutel Drive In. North Lovely Pin Ridge 1 bedroom HARTSELL a Brownie Scout leader and
Trait l/ll.IfHouMkoepor. ALL IN RUNNING Hom. will ,schengo for down 1&.000 down Tom McBrideeeiter Bronton. Michigan The public" are informad that a Immokalce Elementary held a continued to move with her
CONDITION WITH town Horn 521.0.00. Contact G 512 Perk SI So Ml1lOtl .t el, nublic heerme will ba hald, at theCourt"ou. troop
spelling contest Tuesday morn.
live In. Pleasant LICENSE PLATES H. LU"". R. E. Broker. 421 JMu. Dcfendanlt ... Eett Naplat Pta alI each, year until they completedthe
urroundlnca permonant Ml I 9th tt, No, Midway 2.2270. NOTICE OF SUIT 30 PM. for the purpose of hearing Ing with 4th 5th and 6th gr.. Intermediate Girl Scout pro.
1.37)4. 3/Z7.2UI $295.00 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO' any complaint or reeaon why des participating. Kenneth Whld.
Secretary wanted for ahorthand Your Choice 64-Waterfront Property'l'ANKII'1 CHARLES HARTtELL end hit the following should not ba ra-toned gram. During one year, Mrs.

typing and bookkeeping Per FURNITURE FAIR 55-Stores Office unknown e if any, true I' daecribed herein: den of Mr. Pidgett's 6th grade :t Skipper not only led an Inter.
o'w TIle SW I* of the NW4 of the
Christian was winner. Dana Daughter/
mennt position. 0. H. Luff name la
LANDING BF > and the W H of tha SI4 (mediate Troop of 21 girls with
address Bronton M,eh' and 4:
R'I. R. E. Smber 421 tth St. TRAIL IS gan Cake's
NO. Mrs. 5th
No. s.it 1.2270. 3f24 If Office Space 12 x 19 ft. For Ao exciting new waterfront JANET GLEE HARTtELL a mm of the NW4 a* t"4 of Sac grade was run. I,I"" > slant leader, but also serv.ed .
Rent at MS per m* Coast Cop on Chesapeake Ave, or end hr unknown spouse. if "'en 22 Two 4.S. Ranga 291 being ner up. Kenneth and Dana will ,
Young. efficient secretary for Colony Bldg.. 365 Sth Av* '*. Oyster Say From |7SM IiL. ) any whose nm i* unknown whoa M acre mare or ,less lying In the I as troop organizer and Coma
mall office Must know ahort 44-Mobile Homes tf .. .... See It today or tall address .a I.on.on Michigan" Town of Immotalaa, Prooarty la bara represent In Collier I(mltlee chairman. She strives to
hand and operate electric typewriter ...rt... Bro*. 2 2121. After hours Cccli of you is hereby notified gonad from R I Residential, to County Spelling Bee which will ,malt effort
Send return to Box FOR RENT COMMERCIALBLDG 2 1.11. 1/m. that GREENWOOD P EATON and C.I Commarcial Owner, J. H. be held next week. I every to show the

1737 YY Collier County News. Trailer, with, cabana and carport With or without, apt Mlraer WATERFRONT MILDRED G EATON. hutband and Moody I(community the Importance and
3122Sf for rent or ..1.. Nice 10'u.on. R..lOn.III. 2 2151 CONDOMINIUM wife, have filed their sworn Com ajQARD' OF Mrs Uoyd Brown was |benefit ofGlrl Scouting. We are
Ml I 241J5 or 22792 Jill tf I2M M ft. 2 bdrm GardnAportment plaint, in the Circuit Courl Twelfth" COUNTY" COMMISSIONERS admitted Lee Memorial Rosapltal .,
Collier County. Florida, rewarded with better citizens of
Wntreet wanted Moorings 327.1 f Kixunou appoint Judicial Circuit in and for Collier
Country Club Reataurant See T.ml.m Trail Store For' Rant moot Ill 000 will finance P. County Florida against each of flrALI Monday morning I|tomorrow
Ann Kennedy ZlZZ.5t Commercial or Professional O Box I42S or ..... 2.1937, you end ether. as Defendant teek Maraartt T. bolt Clark Mr. and Mrs. A.. O. Glenn and The most
for Sin per m*. See G HLuff 1/lHMtf lag to foreclose e mortgage held By R W Baatty Important factors
_ _
EMO food! checker or high 48-Apts. For Rent R. E. Broker 421 9thSt by them on the following detcribed Deputy Clark daughter -of Columbia, Tenn. I In keeping Mrs Skipper's Inter.
school srad willing to trainWoman No.. Midway' 22279 Lov.ly.fuiiy furmehed ) bdrm reel ..,.t.. situated ,n Collier, County Mar 20 4 27. l'" .11 are visiting Mrs. Glenn's mother three
for .' I line, exp APTS. 2 bath home. eawall air conditionod Florid est wore daughters, Pamela
not neeeaaary fyI parson EBB TIDE Beautifully I.ndte.p.'llll Lot THE Mrs. Archie Bast. They will lay' Flavta Lynn and Letrlcia
.t Lamplighter, t.f.llrl.. Modern furnished, efficiencies 57-Hout4 For Sale ed .00*. Excellent! financing PARK. Unit I per Flat 'in FlatBook AND FOR go to Fort Lauderdale Sunday ;Vail I. whom she has led In Scout.
3/2. $. tl14Htlp end I bedroom .pt. ISO a Capt. Burton, ImperialProportie 1 I I. Pile 104 Public Record COLLIER COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
month Kelly Rd _. .uif *. Ml 22121 after of Collier, County, Florid RI Etlala ofT for a family reunion I ing, Including 71 other girls, beginning .

Wanted M... CORDON NCR LOT 4 DR HOME LAHOr 4 ID RMS.COR" hour. MI 1.1t17._ /- 7jf Each of you it further notified 110"' '* L Paca. deceased Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clifton as Brownie Scouts

2 Bedroom furnished Efficiency YANKEES LANOINU' Co..P that required to fie your Case No 717 and children attended the 4Ch \
2 BATHS: I IL.. FROM BEACH : tnOUAn':: through: the Intermediate
Ml Office of .he CREDITORS pro.
children' in in*
No paSs or hunting Compare th
MANAGER Call Ml 2.''''. exiting wedding anniversary of Mrs.CIlf.
ASST SALES 2 Sil7 or MIT 2519 3/19.tf now concept In waterfront Coop Clerk of the Circuit Courl In and All creditors of tile (stale of ,gram With thehelpandco.opera.
Above. avarag earning with 311.15.17'hiOUSEFOR on Cheapk Avo for Collier, County Florida in ihe THOMAS L PACE daceeead are toots parents In Fort Myers
in Oy.
(deal wvrkinc conditions awaitged I bdrm furniahed apt* Near SALE: ton Say So* it Court House in Cant Napiet' Floridaon hereby" notif,ad and required, to Ma ,Ion of many people and all the
5 adminlatrator' Mast be beach and .hopping W..kly. Owner moving North. 4 bed Burton Bree : or before April 30. I.... and lo any claims, or demands which thee Sunday. organizations In Immokalee, this
able lo cleae end work effec monthly or year .round Mid room. 2 both cualom built CM hour Ml 'ltoUr2lor1.E.tf serve copy of said An....., upon may have against said (state In the Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skinner
lively with almn' In growing ..ay 2 30**. Jilii'"ZZSZZKH horn*, near schools and *..*.. .!:!!! : Plaintiff or upon William H Grace I Office of the County J.."ge of Cot. honored their made our Ctrl Scout program
Mcpfe Real Estate Companyswcialixissg -- ping center Large Fl* room > ly Plaintiff Attorney herein whose I liar << o in lha court son Kelly with a ,I success:
In duality .homo*. Apt. Call Ml 241(2SABAL nd garage: Kitchen he i bulH MOAf THAW MALK OffLORlDRS address la 64S Fifth Avenue South I houte in n'I"Naples. Florida' with: --

Submit resume to boa 17)7 AA 3/1 in range and 10" oven Coder TOlRlSTft WIlL Naple Florid, en or before said I,pit sia c.ndar' monilis from the March 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
Celtic County New 3/II.tf SHORES APTSElfieiencie end birch paneling throughout RtTURN FOR ANOTHC VISIT I I,4cS tale I fate .f the frat publication .f this Friday 27. r

HELP WANTEDLeading Kelly Rd. home Control oil neet Beutt- WITNESS my hand aa Clerk of said I Notice Each claim .r demand ...u.t' S-
available. ful lawn and undergroundtodinklmg Circuit Court of I 0 iS and mast .tate
: .itality and expanding Arc "*. 4455. Collier County. writing the
heme builder organization. and tfFurmthed ytm and .pump Florid and the seal of the said I place of residence and pol.officaeddret I DRIVW' THE. TRAIL
matur productive 1/24 Ar.cond'tioned., Mutt b* oasis Court. at East Naple Collier County I of the claimant and mutt .
salesmen need S with C view toward to be appreciated Reasonably. Florid. on the I'th dy of I ba sworn la by.... claimant hitagant GRIM ;
the future Excellent working I bdrm apt Adult priced 1213 ROyal Palm Drive March 1964 I or hit attorney or it will r i\ SURE is .k : .

condition Contact Fred ,....,y. only Ml I 22(55 or .ml. H.. Ml ,..no. _ t1E1ff MARGARET T SCOTT I becom void according I. law .. .
Hme Mooring Line / Clerk of the 'ircuit Court WILLIAM O PACE JR )
Drive Michigan The Mooring; of Naplee 1 bedVdbm*. 2 Mth. 1'% bloke 'liEMwc. Collier County Florida' Adm,n'atrator of tho .i5. OtJ.T1MERRWL ,
J/U.tf 4. Wach On CeMrel Av*. til.So ., Circuit Court "" ) Estate of <
Efficiencies Day Week or *. Has deluxe lives.; room By: INEZ MAGILL Thomas L Pace. -'ALSo: SL/frta ,
KtD PART TIME MEM Wife Month (IRIS MOTEL Ml Florid room combin with Deputy Clerk dacaaaadWilliam : : --
COULO USE AN tKfRA-H 12102 or Ml fi9' fireplace. ace.eaol porch end William M drecely H OracalyAttornay '
Ni A WEEK PNONE Mstills en.reaad garage Also '**!udd / (45 Fifth Avenue South for AdminiatratorMl
'/Iff ...rtt..d I ked'eeiw apart.mans. (.raped end c Neple Flerid' Fifth Avanwa South 1I11l.NESI
1 ..-c".n..', also lionS ..oJ live. 5.vmg r...... k.tclia.sa '.. Realtor: ;;jJ..T M. ito -... Attorney for Plaintiff :Neple, Florida FLY tVIJPLES
:an. Apply .5 per***! at Hutch. Htfl. Mf J-.MII. 2tnt' .. Ml 2444. III It, .... u SOar 2$. 27. Apr 1 10 164 .7I Mar I). 20. 27 Apr 1. IM4 .*)
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, March 17, W4

i Plan 3-Man ;., : Daytona Beach Hoping Music

U.S. Cuban Policy Has Earth Orbit Will Calm College StudentsDAYTONA I

Failed BEACH (AP) to the two music 'groups sans
Fulbright Says City officials hope music will Uoned by city officials.

For 120 Days help calm an expected Influx of Folk music artists were

WASHINGTON It was noted In administration ;g 75,000 restless college students brought in under the sponsor
(CAP) Den migrating south on their annual ship of Ford Motor Co. The oth.
..W. Fulbrlght has stoked an quarters that most of what Ful. HOUSTON Tex. (AP- pace ,
said had T W Easter vacation. er, a jazz group headed by the
election year foreign affairs de. bright said was in line with of. officials today plans
M.l Early trials appeared to be Rev. Ed Beck of Nashville All
bate that's causing com pain tidal policy; but the White been made to follow up the .lr
to the Johnson administration House had disavowed Ful. Apollo moon landing by orbit working. America University of Kentucky
even though It has found no brlght's remark on Cuba and on ing three men around the earth Police say arrests are aver basketball player was spon.
aging about 100 a day mostly on cored by the local ministerial
fault with much of what the Ar. another point Panama which for 120 days.
with newest In minor charges.Al association.Both .
kansas Democrat says.The conflicted administration This development
the United States Gargullo director of the groups give scheduled
main sore point Is the at. policy space program
tack by Fulbrlght, chairman of B also was noted that both came to light In a proposal fora city recreation department estimates concerts as well as Impromptuday
the Senate Foreign Relations Fulbrlght and the adminlstra. study and construction of an another 21,000 students, and night performancesalong
Committee, on the Johnson.Ken. tlon say he was not speaking for extended mission environmental migrating from their winter. the city's beach.
bound schools in the north, will Talent hunts are conducted by
nedy policy toward Cuba. Ful. the administration and did not control and life support systemfor
bright flatly labeled as a "fall. seek advance advice on his the Apollo spacecraft.The swell the total to 75,000 by this the groups in a search for gifted
ure" the administration's stra. speech. And Fulbrlght denies he three astronauts would weekend performers among the students.
tegy aimed at toppling Fidel was sending up any trial bal. travel In a modified version of City fathers feel they may
loon.In. the Apollo similar to have the answer in music to this
Castro by diplomatic and eco. mooncraft
nomic boycott. a television Interview the one scheduled to go to the potentially explosive situation Sang Too Loud;
ABC's this decade. which In past years has eruptedinto
Republican critics have been Thursday night on news moon
saying this right along while reports, Fulbrlght said his Besides modifying the space. riots, near riots and mass Can't Go To Own
arrests here and at Fort Lau.
using different reasons. They speech was not an attack on theadministration's craft Manned Spacecraft Center
quickly found ammunition In foreign policy.He officials said all efforts derdale.A .
the 70-rainute Senate speech said that for 10 years he has would be made to use as much trial of the music expert Church AgainLOS
Wednesday by Fulbrlght who Is been making similar speechesonce Apollo technology and equip. ment occurred Wednesday night
a lon$ time colleague of John. or twice a year analyzing ment as possible in the new when some 6,500 of the students ANGELES (AP) A
ton and a Democrat of the same the situation as he sees it. project.A attended a combination folk mu. Judge has ruled that Betty
general persuasion as Johnson. The senator said he does not spokesman for the Nation. > .. sic-Jazz: concert at the city'sband Chapman-"the type of whom
GOP National Chairman WU. expect any dramatic change In al Aeronautics and Space Ad. ; .. shell. martyrs were made" may
llam E. Miller promptly tagged U.S. policy as a result of his ministration said It was hopedby j1: : The only outbursts from the never attend her church again.
"I'm saying starting the two-year crowd Involved standing ova 41 a"c.
Fulbrlght's address as a trial speech adding Just study Mrs. Chapman was
balloon for future Johnson pol. we have to recognize the facts now, the long-fllght mission tions when a performance cused of deliberately singing off

Icy. And such a policy he de. of life" could get under way soon after pleased them. key loudly and making facesat
dared would lead down the He stressed he was trying to the first American sets foot on The experiment was considered the pastor during services at
same road toward communism put the Cuban Issue "in per. the moon. a resounding success when nearby Mar Vista Baptist
u British Prime Minister Ne. ." because he feels It The NASA proposal would cleanup crews stunned officials church.
Ville Chamberlain's appease. has been exaggerated as a dan. modify the Apollo spacecraft by with news that not one empty Superior Court Judge Mcln.
ment led toward Hitler con. ger and believes the Organlea. replacing the Lunar Excursion BACKING THE PRESIDENT Senator November for the first time since 1946in beer can was found In the area tyre Farles ruled Thursday that

quests In the 1930s.Administration tlon of American States can Module with a'space laboratory, Spessard L, Holland (right) predicted a presidential election. Also backingthe after the concert considered ended. "Mrs. Chapman did disturb the
sources pic. deal with It.EarU.r but keeping the three-man crew. This was slgnlfi. church in its worship and actlv.itles. .
at Miami Beach this week that President President are Senator George A. cant since beer cans In the past
tured the President as general.ly Thursday Fulbrlght The LEM Is the moon landing Were she permitted to re.
undisturbed over the Impactof told newsmen he had spoken out vehicle of the Apollo spacecraft Johnson (seated) will sweep Flor. Smathers (left) and Governor Farris have been the main weapons of turn, though she Intends w'lI.

Fulbrlght's address. because of repeated GOP at. and In outer space It will turn ida Into the Democratic column next Bryant, on rowdy mischief crowds and of vandalism.A students. bent she would again In the absenceof
tacks on the administration's around and dock with the com. change in church leadershipand
foreign policy. He said layingout mand module so astronauts can* beer distributor who han. control disturb It.
Seek To Halt 'the facts" is not "appease move between the two sectionsfor Two dies about 50 per cent of the local "The facts are sufficient to

Election Of 12 ment or being soft on commu. the ferry to the moon. WorkersFall Escapees business, said the city will warrant injunctive relief"
nlsm It's said Migratory consume about 79,000 cases of had
the Farles
just common sense. The space agency Earlier Judge
CongressmenMIAMI A main theme of the senator's four-month mission was necessary Back In JailTwo beer this month no more per commented '1 have great ad.
address was that "old myths" If this country wants to accomplish capita than miration for Mrs. Chapman as
(AP) Federal Court which have guided foreign pol. future space goals hunts for prison escape Police said unruly groups of an individual. She Is the type of
has been asked to stop the visa: Icy attitudes in post war years such as interplanetary traveland Into Special ees which were being conduc- trouble-seeking students have whom martyrs were made in
tlon of Florida's 12 congressmen should give way to revised as. exploration.Twin ted by the county Sheriffs Department been the exception this year ra. the days of the early church."
pending the outcome of a redlstrlctlng sessments "in the fact of newrealities. purpose of the extended terminated successfully ther than the rule. Mrs. Chapman's problems be.
suit. ." flight NASA 'aldr would be to yesterday with the recap- Much of the credit was given. gan with a disagreement with

Two state legislators from "The muter myth of the cold learn how ve and work ture of Eugene Ward and Eugene her pastor the Rev. Wayne Eu.
DW. County and two housewives Wlf Is that the Communist bloc under a weightless condition for Category For 'SS'Gerald Campbell. Nab 2 FloridiansIn rich, in 1960. The following year

asked the injunction yesterday.The Is a monolith" he said. But the long periods of time, and to provide Campbell walked off about a the church obtained a tempo.
action would halt ,,, realities that there of Bank Robbery her
congres.clonal > new are are means conducting en. week and searches for him rary injunction prohibiting ,
elections until a federal o. differences between the Commu. glneertng and scientific expert- Boles Social Security worker should keep an accurate ago unsuccessful until GIBSON N. C. (AP) Two her husband and daughter from
Court suit seeking changes incongressional I I I nlst regimes, he said He advocated merits under space conditions field representative In Fort My.era personal record of the name and proved Florida men faced federal attending services. They had
districts Is decid a flexible U.S. policy to B SBBm H>V M announced that there are address of each of his employersand Thursday. The Sheriff's Department charges today in connection with been voted out of the congrega.
make the most of this of mil. had word that he was tlon, but refused to quit attend
ed.The approximately one-third a the amount he was paid by Tuesday's $29,798 robbery of a
suit was filed March ) by In this reasoning Fulbrlght Miamian Given lion persons who derive a slgnlflcant that employer. He should also working as a laborer In the local bank.
Rep. Edmond J. Oong of Dade was In lock step with current 150 Days For part of their Income as have In his possession his own area and with this Informationhe FBI agents Identified them as ing.Judge Farris earlier this
County; one of the petitionersfor administration strategy and In migratory farm workers. social security number card to was picked up by DeputyDon 42.year.old Olden (Chief) Goings month refused to Issue a per.

the Injunction. conflict with those the senator Traffic ChargesJames They follow the harvests each present to each of his employerswhen McCarty. ol Cocoa and McColl S. C., and manent Injunction against the
State officials in Tallahasseesaid
termed rlghtwlngers.He year and many of them work he begins work," Boles con. Ward an escapee from a Soloman L. Mims, 39, of De Fu. husband John 49, and daugh.
they would fight the suit. was also close to the ad. Ervin Barney Miami for different employersand tlnued. road flak Springs. ter, Connie Ray 22.. He said
The four claimed that If has been sentenced to 90 daysIn many gang Wednesday was
pr.tiarp ministration view In saying that All workers their there was Insufficient evidence
In many different States. can compare first spotted Ken Also charged In the robbery
and general elections were the United States should not now City Jail on a charge of Many of them during the year personal records with their so. by Deputy was 17-year-old Horace Jacobsof they were guilty of misconduct.The .
neth Kitchell the East
held without restricting they pullout of South Viet Nam or driving a motor vehicle while work only for one employer cial security record by asking along Lumber Bridge N. C. disagreement arose when
would suffer loss Intoxicated and 60 for drlv. TraiL Radio communications
"irreparable recognize Communist China. days Eurich refused to perform a
who Is called a "crew leader". the Fort Myers social security Goings was captured by FBI
..and. injury. ', log while his license was sus. Social security coverage for office for a post card Form OAR with department headquarters agents yesterday in an area wedding ceremony Mrs. Chap.
ponded because of a previous farm workers is different from 7004 (Request for Statement of brought Deputies Ed Hunter where the other two suspectswere man had arranged for a boy he:
v drunken driving conviction. Sen. which Is to Aubrey Rogers Don McCartyand said was under the age of con..
: coverage of employees engagedIn Earnings), easy com. arrested shortly after the
:'L tears will run consecutively. commerce and industry Boles plete. This should be done every "Belle", the bloodhound robbery.. Goings was placed un. sent.Mrs.
Sentence was imposed this morn. pointed out. Almost all work three years to be sure employershave and the hunt was on. "Belle" der $10,000 bond after aprellml. Chapman said she pre.tars .
: log in a special session of City done in commerce and Industryis properly reported wages by cornered Ward about 3:30 a.m. nary hearing. not to join another church.

Court with Judge Thomas Brown covered by Social Security. the correct Social Security num. Thursday and he was return- Agents said they recovered She said the Mar Vista" churchis

: presiding.Blaine Atwood also of Miami, The farm or ranch worker Is ber. ed to the county jail. $27,589 of the loot. her "church home.
covered by Social Security only
who was arrested Barney
if he Is paid $150 or more cuhwar.s
was given 15 days for intoxicationwith
in a year by one employeror
credit allowed for time al.
if he works for one employeron
ready served.Houston .
20 or more days In the year
Gene Brady
,i for cash figured on a time
Brown, to was serve sentenced 90 by days Judge for basis. wages LOOKING

.L carrying a concealed weapon. Security Bole. records stated of that a person'.l Social FOR A LOT ?

Paul G. Benedum Jr., 32, was '
earnings are difficult to'
fined $250 and given a 30 day more

suspended sentence by Judge many maintain different if a person employers works dur.for A RUTENBERG Man Will Help You Find It
Brown on a prowling charge on
ing a year as many migratory
condition that he be given psy. workers do. The main reason If you do not already own a lot, Rutenberg maintain a complete lot finding service and will assist you In
chlatric treatment.
for this difficulty is because finding just the right lot for you. No matter where you prefer to live In the country on the beach or
many employers report
Tom Sasso, Miami employees without social wagesof se. waterfront suburban area, or In the heart of the city, Rutenberg Home Counselors will help you choose

curlty numbers, said Boles. exactly the right location for you. Tkr*. professionally decorated model homes are open daily for your

Politician, Dies Important'Social Security because numbers many people are inspection from 9 a.m, to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 am. to 6 pm.

have the This is al..
same name.
MIAMI (AP-Tom Sasso, longtime
/ so the reason each migratory
ZM Miami area political fig.
ure, died today of an apparent
heart attack. He was about 46.
Sasso was a former Dade UN ForceIn
County Commissioner and a for.
tSI ; mer mayor of North Miami. He j
was presently active In the cam. $

WIN I T E R''S W HIT I E- Failing mow in Boston patgn of Atty. Gen. James ChargeOn ::
Kynes for a full term
I Covers states of Mary Dyer with Splendor the Quaker never. Family friends said Sasso was J$1 .

experienced In lire She was hanged for her rtligiout beliefs. stricken while eating, breakfast. Cyprus !

NICOSIA Cyprus (AP)-Brit. fr7t9r t
new colors Ish and Canadian troops put on
blue berets and the U.N. flag

rose over their camps today

new patterns. I marking the birth of the United .i
.1. Nations Force In Cyprus.
Indian U. Gen. Prem Singh ."'-. .
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Gyanl took command at dawn
PA Lm Lire and assumed responsibility on .. .: ...-. .-.
behalf of the United Nations for

keeping Greek and Turkish Cyp. j
bYPa6n2eocA&mpal'lPRLm 1
riots from killing each other. The family-size four bedroom three, bath Riviera offers parental luxury ..
; To begin his task, Cyan has with completely i private owl>rri suite with its own ceramic tile bath as,
J'rs. + 6,000 British and 1,000 Canadian uft) hi.ge; walk-in closet. The central core kitchen is convenient to the its
) LIT i. the prrfnt xiil iris Ant soldiers. About half the British
.i.wMthir )' family room dining area or the large patio for ease In entertaining. j _
Htrt'n why I force will be withdrawn as The Rixiera Is priced at I17MO :and costs additional. Al n shown in y
t Uiurknu. 1..4.r D.."",.' pilywl'r, .nH ....1| 1 \tr Irish Finnish and Swedish sol. the model area are the two bedroom, two > _*h Somerset 'I ,'" and t'- =
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..ot............. _....... ,.IIu"". ,I ly. An advance party of Swedes where In this area. Models are located at 1220 Mandarin Road, Naples
( ....(.,.S pirfort M )Y wd Finns is due tonight If yuii lire looking; for a lot. a Rutenberg Home Counselor will assist r

C To,,.' ......-iliKU.ritikl'..U.ulifijllx / Gyanl former commander of you. in finding Just the right location. .l .... r:1rl

H.n4_...001..1.pl., ... the U.N. Emergency Force In -- J'
i the Middle East, told the Cana. t'i IMeg4 I I
I C..rmtku'.I..d. .I.rol..4.-'oI.. Hans Thursday! SEE THESE BEAIHIFUL -,

i "Our one and simple aim Is MODEL HOMES TODAYt -

Stop in today for a try-on 1.I' to do everything possible to as. .... -
Rum Yrs..d 6.ry..1r./
slst them (the Cypriots) In pre. 1I N .. 14.,0 c..rn.rr. c... 5...
venting a recurrence of hostlll.
only, 5500 ties and ensuring that they re.
/ solve their problems under .1fIi
IEPP'S'r peaceful conditions. We must beabsolutely '
Impartial In what. LaQ/Yf
ever we do." b .
: Except for the new headgearand !

the British change Tommies in top carried command on "j\;t: !! ?M. ._-.

as usual at scattered posts
throughout the 140 mile long )
,-_... Island. But the Canadians be. AWiA'J1 +i WAwww
ran their first peacekeeping

for Men patrols with two companies as. L
Clothing :
signed Trahonas to the a Nicosia frequent suburb trouble of : :

OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS' spot between Greek and Turk.

725 Fifth Avenue, S. MI 2-2223 Ish Cypriots

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