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 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Weather Outlook p

Partly cloudy and mild through l. 0 .m. ,a.m.Low p....

Sunday High Sunday In low 80s. Q 51ar. 29 12:58: 12:50: 8:48: 7:11
Southeasterly winds 12 to 18 milts t tUfS
r Mar. 30 1:33: 1:09 7:09: 7:41
hour, gradually becoming IBI'
per Sunday Q liar. 31 2:09: 1:32: 12: 8:13

southerly Bunt Apr I 2U: 1:57: TSt: 5:50pr.

7 ,\ 2 3:30: 2:25 8:20 9:34

Add one hour for Marco

OUTDOOR ALTAR The Combined Church Choirs and the Senior

Way Appears High School Choir, shown as they appeared in last year's Easter Knotty Problem Coming Up Again

Sunrise Service, will be )joined by a children's choir this year.

; Services will be held at 6:15 a.m. this morning at Caribbean

Clear For Gardens, where the maintenance staff has been busily clearingand

preparing the little Island shown left of the. two choirs In Beach SetbacksOn

the picture to receive the children's choir.

Beach ParkCounty .. II ,' .11.....

Attorney James R.
Adams said Friday afternoon that A

"It looks like there are no legal
hitches from here on" In Col. City AgendaCity
Her County's efforts to acquirea
166.acre beachfront tract for 4I
a park between Vanderbilt Beach : d OYr h,1
and Wiggins Pass.
Adams said he Is preparingle 'C Council at Wednesday's ward's property by an engineering strollers In the meantime by

gal forms as a first step In get meeting will consider adoptinga survey shortly before putting stairs at each end of
ting a $487,500! general obligation guideline to be used In establishing the seawall was built. But the the seawall and a railing along *
bond Issue on the May 5 building setbacks wall caused a controversy a- the top of it.

primary election ballot. If ap along the Gulf. mong citizens and Councilmen Also coming up for Coun-
proved by freeholdres, the bond t because It appeared that the cil action Wednesday will be
Issue would be used to buy the A possible solution to this the board's
was In the water most zoning recommendation -
land from St. Charles Charities knotty problem was -
suggested that
of the rime.Woodward. the phrase "two
a nonprofit Illinois corporationIn by engineer W.R. Wilson
stories 30
promised Council or feet In height"In
which H.B. Jordan and Lester
at last week's meeting of the
Norris are directors.St. that the beach would be built multi-family zoning meansno
and Board.
Before -
Charles Charities has Zoning Planning up In front of the wall when building can exceed either
agreed to buy the beachfront making his proposal, Wil- dredging work began In Doctor two stories or 30 feet
son warned that he did know
'\ property from the Walter Mack not Paul The Moorings Development The limitation's wording in
estate then hold It for how the City would go about the laws has
a year Co. has applied to the zoning caused some
until the County completes the setting a rigid rule to con- confusion In the
Corps of Engineers for a permit past, and the
details of the bond Issue, St. form with the flexible conditions board
ar. to do this work, Wood- sought to settle the m.trer
Charles made this offer, along i In this area. ward has accommodated beachof with Its recommendation.
with a 12SOO! reduction In the So he made this flexible proposal

previously announced purchase : that any sea wall along
price, after the County was frus. the Gulf be set back from the

trated by legal technicalities In mean high water line, as determined County To
previous attempts to obtain the ReplyOn
land. by U.S Coast and Geodetic -
SEES NO TROUBLE Survey datum a distance
Once the bond Issue is approv. of (--) feet, or at elevation
ed, Adams said, It will have to ---- --- -- ---- 3.0 (spring tide elevation), Mandamus WritThe

be validated, the bonds will have whichever Is the lessen, except -
to be sold, and the 1965! leglsla. Easter EggsWaiting Sunrise Pacific Coast that any new wall shall
ture will have to pass a local attach to any existing permanent -
act approving the County's pro. wall, and that In making any County plans to show Ordinarily, the candidatesalso
cedux At Hit By Quake alignment transition, the angleof cause April 10 why four Re- would have remitted an
One of the hurdles that will candidates for additional
publican coun- two per cent fee.

have getting to 50 be per cleared cent plus May one 5 of U Cambier ParkThe At The Gardens Shock Waves 30 transition degrees or that shall such not exceed transition ty fied.office are not legally quali. which Republican would go to the county

executive: committee.
the shall be made by reverse -
Her registered County to freeholders the polls, Adams in Col. annual Easter Egg Hunt The Easter Sunrise Service CMldrens Choir wtUsing under Dy SHE!!: ASSOCIATED PRESS i curves of not less thai County Attorney James R. But on February 10. that t
noted. This minimum turnout is sponsored by.&heExchangeClub In the Caribbean Gardens the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Death dealing shock waves i 60 foot radius Adairs add (te, wi| preps/e,s e<;mr.;.rte' alv"ld; this asseUment p
required to make bond issue for youngsters eight years old will open this morning at Hathaway. Miss Polly Jenkins from the Alaskan earthquake.mashed 1 It was the Zoning and Plan1 reply to an alternative writ'or lno the'candidates :
votes valid. and under will start promptlyat harbor facilities and 1 mandamus which Circuit Judge acted accordingly, attorney
6:15: with the "Call to Wor will direct the Naples Senior nlng Board's consensus that
The attorney said that voter 1 o'clock this afternoon. ship" by the Rev. Harry C. School Choir. touched off explosions and fires 1 Wilson's proposal presented a Lynn Gerald signed early Friday Ralph Carson said In his paI
High George
Vernon Sweet, club president along the Pacific Coast from tltlon for the of
interest should be high, because Parham of the First afternoon. The writ orders writ mandamus *
reasonable and
pastor Booker will be the organist. workable solu- .
Canada to California
of the desire of announced. Friday Clerk ,
many county re. County Margaret
sldents to have a publlcly-owned About 400 youngsters are expected Methodist Church. Offerings made at the ser night and early today. tion to the problem Scott to certify the COP candidates Adams maintains that the w y
The Garden hillside -
overlooking vice will be used to furnish
Beachfront park. to search for more than The surge caused flooding in show GOP executive
or cause at the committee did
the Island altar, is ex- the In the the \ LONG HUNT
room Hawaiian islands
-'Even prayer
Immokalee should vote 2,000 eggs the Easter Bunny April 10 hearing. not notify the clerk of their waiver
for this bond issue," Adams said has hidden in Gambler Park. pected to be lined with early Naples Community Hospital ad- and was noted even Council and the zoning board She has refused, on advice sufficiently In advance of
Easter distant have been
Sunday church-goers. Japan.A for
dition. looking a
"This is the
nearest beach
to Russ Stahlmann, chairman of the
from Adams qualifying period which
Large crowds have attended series of six tion since when to certify ran
Immokalee. The property Is The program has been plan- waves washed ever January,
the annual announced that
event March
Easter services' in the onto the shores of all is. them on grounds that they have 3 through 17.
west of the west end of SR 846 the be divided previous ned under the supervision of major developer Denton Woodward
where it meets U.S. 41, and youngsters Gardens sponsored annuallyby the Naples Ministerial Associa lands in Hawaii. The' only flood constructed a seawall astride not paid the full required filing -
SR 846 is to be built westwardto Into three groups to provide the Naples Ministerial Associa- fog occurred on Maul Island, the high-tide mark In front of fee. The Week That
provide a direct access to equal competition. Toddlers tion and the tion.The 100 miles southeast of Honolulu, Candidates are Spencer B.
Naples Jaycees.The Naples have beenIn the let on which the Palm
Jaycees Royal
the property. J B can be reachedat 4-years and under will hunt Invocation will be deliv- of and and civil defense officials said Club Is being built. Allendorf, running for tax Was Wasn't MuchIn
present via Vanderbilt Beach. In a special roped-off section. charge arrangements that was minor A wave swept collector! Murphy Combs,
Five and six olds will ered by the Rev. Robert Martinof will be at the Gardens earlyto into two small Maul towns and The mean high tide mark, 2.2 City BuildingThe
classic way of insuring a year county Judge) Doyle C, Kopp,
the First Church.Dr. .
turnout of more than 50 percent, form another group, and the Baptist assist church-goers In park- spread two to three Inches of feet, was established on Wood- school board In District 4: and week ended
Harland D. of just was an off
Fague pastor Ing autos. Following the service water over flat
Adams noted, is to require a and old areas.
seven eight participantS
year Charles R. McCool, supervisor week for the Naples Building De.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
freeholder re-reglstratlon. How. will form the third the Jaycees will serve coffee Tidal surges 10 feet high
Three of the partment which 12
registration. processed
ever, the County is confident will lead the Responsive Read and rolls.Cloak rolled up onto California's Last Major Quake
group. four offices are occupied by permits representing new con.
enough of the turnout not to The Scriptures will be Santa Catalina Island, 20 miles
Two dozen Easter Bunnies read by the Rev. John W off the coast at Los Killed Democrats who are running for structlon adding up to $42,67)
require a reglstratlon, he add. Angeles, 80 PeopleThe
ed. and other prizes will go to Stump of the First PresbyterIan Probe Of and caused minor damage re-election and the Democratic Largest permit was for $15,.
It t was a hectic week for Ad. winners In each group. Church. last major earthquake be Incumbent In the school 000, the estimated cost of a re.llclence .
Plane Shooting and guest house being
sins After the state attorney The Rev Joseph Foster,pas ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP- tort Alaska's was one that took board seat can't run again because built by Michigan ConstructionCo
general's office disapproved of tor of the Kingdom of God WIESBADEN, Germany (AP) The heart of this metropolitan about 80 lives In the Kashmir of redistricting aj 1520! Osprey Avenue for
previous methods proposed by Church will ofler the Easter -The U.S. Air Force cloakedin city was virtually destroyed by Valley, near Srlnlger, Kashmir, The four Republicans paida R. LeGrow
the County to buy the land, Ad. Weather ReviewMAX. Prayer. Gifts and offeringswill secrecy today Its inquiry into an earthquake that rocked last Sept 2. filing fee, three per cent of F. B, Schreck plane &U con.
am. flew to Tallahassee for a be the the flight of a reconnaissanceplane Alaska Friday night, leaving a Six weeks previously, the the annual salary of the offices struct a 40 by 65-foot office build.
conference with the state law. MIN. accepted by shot down over Commu. death toll that reach earthquake at Ekopje, Yugoslavia for at
may sev. they seek, when they qualified. ing $8,000 079 First Ave.
rera. March 21 78 67 O.S2 David Lanler of the Church of nlst East Germany 18 days a to. era! hundred. killed more than 2,000 This fee Is nue North. R.W. Wood is the con.
required law
Then he came back and con. March 22 77 52 0.00 God.The Officials at the Air Force The quake struck here at !S:36pm.IO:36 persons and Injured 2,000, and third of by tractor for ",6S0! worth of addl.
ferred with Naples attorney March 23 80 49 0.00 Rev. Ledles Bargo. pas- European headquarters also re. p.m. EST at the The San Francisco earthquake a It goes to the lions and alternations planned for
George Vega, who represents March 24 82 58 0.00 tor of the East Naples Baptist fused to five any informationon height of the rush hour. Hun. of 1906, the only other major state GOP executive committee. the home of Luther Hill, 3060
St.Charles. Adams complimentedVega Church will deliver the Easter the two officers returned dreds of people were caught on one In the United States, took Gordon Drive.
and Rep. James L. Walker March 25 84 59 0.00 message Benediction will be here Friday by the Soviets or the streets or en route home in 452 llvts. Tom Abbott Inc. will be the
for their hard work in bringing March 28 83 68 0.00 given By the Rev. E.C. Bealrd on an Injured lieutenant re. carl The major quakes of the 20th Gov. John ConnallyCan contractor for four seawall jobs

the proposed milt Jong public March 27 85 68 trace of the Gospel Baptist Church. leased earlier, Huge crack. opened in the Century and the reported dead for which permits were process
beachfront park a little closer Data by Caribbesn! Gardens The United Jofe"lnaltaJy U Now Use Hand
Mippllrt The Chancel Choir and the States insists that ground. Two in the downtownarea ,7S,000. ed lut week. Biggest of the four
to reality. the RB66 jet strayed into East were from 6 to 12 feet deep Aveuano, Italy, 1815,29,970. AUSTIN, Tea (AP) Gov. will be a 400-foot wall for $5,800!
tr .-..".- ...- .--. ,,'. Germany. The Soviet Union and ranged from 6' fo !50 feet Kansu, China, 1920,180,000. John Connally on Friday used for C.E. McBride on Seventh
t '. ;' ". ''I't charges It was spying. wide. Tokyo, Japan, 1923,143,000.Kansu his right hand to write his II,. Street In Aqualane Snores. Sea.
: > ;rod'f China, 1932,70,000. nature for the first time since walls of 100 feet each are to be
.'. ., 1 .J! Quetta, India, 1)33, 60,000. he was wounded Nov. 22. built for Dr. Bruce Pollock, 1589
..... Aadlr, Morocco, 1860, 12,000. Third Street South, $2,464; Jack
,<. ; rod't And The worst recorded earth ed Connally by the was critically wound Love Jr., 1888 Sixth Street South,
County same sniper who shot
+r Wrisley killed quake was In China in "'6. It and killed President John F. $1,600; and Theron Ridge, Third
830,000 persona. Kenned" Street South, $1,450.!


I, Drop Their SuitsThe ;

l' t .,w ,

i .
County Commission and gized for publishing allegedly
Immokalee Bulletin publisher libelous charges against the

t Stan WrUley reached an commissioners regarding the
agreement this last week that election "and the subject will

has resulted In pending litigation not be discussed In the Bulletin

r filed by each against the Li the future." INEW

r other, being dropped. Wrisley sued to have the
y 7 school superintendent appoint-
"In view of the above apo-
ment referendum overturned
logies, and In an effort to go ,
when he claimed that more than
forward harmoniously, the
100 Immokalee would-be
statement said "the Board
could not find the polling placeson
of County Commissioners and
election The referendum
their have agreed to
attorney carried by 100 votu.WrlJley's r
111M1 only
dismiss their certain suit for
suit subsequently was
I \ libel" against Wrisley and the dismissed by Circuit Judge
-- latter "agrees not to appeal the
SPELLING CHAMPS at Lake Park Elementary student at Lake Park, was county decision In acesiainsuit"contesting Lynn The Gerald.commissioners insti-

School are (l-fi) Chris Macau- champion speller last spring, and won the Noveriber Selection gated a 1100,000 libel action

'ley, third; David Miller, first and Hoke the plaque for the school. The boys In preceding paragraphs, the against Wrisley, and this suit OFFICERS of the Naples Perk secretary Dr. Harold Hulpleu, president

Gracely, second. David and Hoke, will be battling to retain that honor Commission apologized to Im still was In litigation until the Area Association wert Installed In cere- ; Leland Boyd, treasurer; and Lawrence

holding the plaque, will represent the for Lake Park. The County Spelling mokalee and Ochopee voters for joint statement was released.The monies led by County CommissionerGlenn Falter, vice president New directors

school in the county finals scheduledfor Bee's' sponsored annually by the by any Inconvenience relocating! polling caused places them Stan statement and Louise was Wrisley signed, the by Allen In the association club are (standing k) W. L. Sharer,

Tuesday, April 7, at 8 p.m. in NEWS. (NEWS photo) without advance legal notice! on five commissioners, and their house Thursday evening. The new officers R. P. Boyd, Leo Campbell and Daniel

Everglades. Cynthia I H. Carpenter, a election day. Wrisley apolo attorney James R. Adams. are (seated l-ri) Mrs Carl Sine, Cleaver. (NEWS photo)

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 29, 1X4 ---."..,..",
2 trolt, Mich., who are staying at
the Islander Motel. The three Quake Hit When People Title Companyof
\t-- ladles enjoyed the shelling on
MAR C ; the beach very much with very I Naples
Read;;t gritJA'P.. CN -
t : : EWS BY DIANE DOWERS, Tides pleasant Motel.accommodations at the Were Headed For HomeSEATTLE ABSTRACTS.B1ESCRrOWS irtWr.

lx: astaatmasaIsVIz c::':x ITi Iae.We -'" ............:JI9 1111 ,,"" '< Mr. and Mrs. JackThompsonand :
to their with son Keith attended Y.P.E. Wash. (AP)}-Alas.ka' city hall and the federal ell Fifth Are., So.
are so spending
very sorry furlough
services at the Church of God largest city, Anchorage, ing. Along normally a.1DA
hear Sullivan Mr. and
PIANO INSTRUCTION that Mrs. Sully Mrs Dewey Robinson In reported devastated by a ma- Fourth Ave. are banks, : W. J. "
Wednesdaynight. ..
has passed away suddenly.The The Lelghs are stationed at Fort J; N." ,
jor earthquake Friday night,
shops, hotels, bUIld-1 tp
CrtIfU4 ar... MTrf a DMTNA '
1..... t Sulltvans are building the new Banning, Ga. lies on flat land bordering Cook quor stores, bars and hrl.ry :i 'l Ile.
College Preparatory Miss Louise Nash of Naplesis
home the of Marco Sandra has been .
Downtown Studio at entrance Leigh spend- Inlet and flanked by high mountains tabllshmenti. h a
time with her visiting at the home of Miss to the east. The has
Ann Welmor MMMM MI 24197 Village ing some grand- city One of the most
Marco Highlands have sold parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leighof Lois Howard for some time. had sharp earth shocks In recent idential districts Is Turnagain
17 residential lots and 12 commercial Naples, and attending the years, but nothing even approaching Bluff, on the southern edge of
business lots. Lake Park Elementary School. AT THE LODGE this one. the city,where expensive homes
,- - :-- - -- - - While fishing Monday with She will return to Georgia with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Elders The main streets, Fourth and stand on a steep bluff just above
1 ; SPECIALIZING Fi : Captain Bob Kerr, Mr, and, her parents. from Marquette, Mich., Fifth Avenues, run east and Cook Inlet. It is here that some
r have returned home after a nice west To the East are Elmen. homes were reported to have
: + FOREIGN TRAVEL I Mrs. Newell McConoughey Mrs. Roberts, Miss Scales, stay at the Marco Lodge The dorf Air Force Base and Ft. slid into the water.At DOES II BETTERWe're
2 snook 2 1/2 and Mrs. Bertha Gammon
caught weighing tea-
Richardson, the Army base, hit, it
i Elders have been the time the quake
n.r. __ AND CRUISES : pounds each 12 redflsh, 4 of chers from Frostproof, Fla., at the Lodge which Is about 10 miles away. was about 5:40 p.m. in Anchorage S
I Around the WerU. or Jut Aroved the Comer I which weighed 6 pounds., one visited Mrs Caroline Robinsonof since November. Buildings along the main bust and the streets would be
AROUND THE WORLD TRAVEL trout of 1 1/2 pounds, and 15 Marco. From here they Jack: Marshall also from ness district are predominantlyone crowded with people bound for experts in
: assorted fish. Bob visit of Marquette. Mich., has left for and two-story structures,
III IIII Captain went to Mrs. Longford their homes or markets.
247 CATALONIA AVI.. CORAL GAILES his home. shirts rightto
with a few exceptions. One of Interna. doing
t>M*'."&UII".*........Sk.rtt, Kerr caught a shark. On Wed- Everglades. The normally busy
Telephone 4452555WANTED w nesday their catch was 30 red- Alex Tasetano of the Lodge the city's tallest buildings, the lions Airport, a stopover for a man's taste!
is looking forward to a full Mt. McKinley Building, is on airlines, is about three ,
fish 2 snook 2 and other
-- - - - - trout
fish. I t l'' New arrivals at the Islander house over the Easter H Uday. Fourth Ave. where severe dam miles southwest of the city.
; I''hotel and He has been very busy this age was reported. Its a U.story Cook Inlet, a deep waterway
and are Mr.
Mr. Mrs. McConougheyj\ Mrs. F.
week what with steel and concrete apartment leading In from the Gulf of Alaska -
people driving
are of the Islander Mo-', ;Sober of Plymouth, Mich. Mr.
guests ; building and also houses one of around the I
\ In and asking questions about curls part way lf.
and Mrs H.P.Arthur from
Anchorage's two television eta
of the
western rim city.
tel.Mr. I the of
th and Mrs. John Powell< Fla.: and Mr. N. Nlchl progress Marco. lions, KTVA.In .
have left for Cadillac, Mlctt) I from Hallandale. Fla. Fishing seems to be pick- the center of town is the .- -- ,
For night gas station work, partim... Retired or The Powells have lived In the''(t' Mrs. Arthur Bates of Nor- ing up here on Marco. While -:;;
Church of God parsonage for wood Mass.; Mrs.Lucille Reamer fishing from the Lodge dock see this past week were her '$Sl?
s.ml-retir.d, Interested in supplementing your the past three months. and Mrs. Jessica Northrop Mrs. Jean White caught a son and daughter-in-law, M*. LAST WEEKS
Mr. and Mrs. George Leigh from Boston Mass., were sheepshead, a whiting, and a and Mrs. Harvey Doxsee from Shirt done here comeback
income. .
present and children. Sandra, Randy, I 1 guests I this past week of Mr. baby sting ray. Fort Myers, and her daughter, finished to perfec.
Brenda and Rene, have been, and Mrs George Wood of De- Visiting with Mrs J.H.Box- Mrs. Ethel Singleton from Fort LAKE WALESAMPHITHEATER tion ever/time. Call for

Kevin Thompson, son of Mr. free pick-up service
and Mrs. Jack Thompson Is
IMPERIAL STATION 2600 N. TRAIL spending a week In Fort My- belt
ELECT ers Luella with Doxsee.his grandmother,Mrs Naples Laundry

Ir FRED [EDENFIELD Mr. and Mrs Arthur Schauer & Dry Cleaners
ANNOUNCEMENT : of Howe, Mich., spent one
4 week at the Snook Hole Motel 1095 5th Ave. So.
1 We are pleased to announce that we have YOUR FRIENDLY CANDIDATEfor and visited their friends, the 1i MI 2-3455

been appointed exclusive brokers for the r Roger Johnsons.Mr. .j b S.E M f i.-fi.jpCasf
and Mrs. William Laird,
sale of County Commissioner daughter Mary, and sons Ross IFT5Bi I
and Ronald, of Simla, Ontario,
"Queen's Battery" DISTRICT 5 Canada, are visiting the Roger
Johnson for the Easter holidays -
the residence of Colonel and Mrs.: SUPPORT MAY 5th Word has been received by

Roger Johnson that Mrs. Loda Vivian On
C. C. Carter, 1976 Galleon Drive, Port Royal. Hughes Is still at Perry, Fla., if 150 Person
(Paid, political Advertisement) where she will be for sometime bid '1011 knew that no
This fine residence be shown to quali-
may f due to a back Injury.Mr. president in history wa
and Mrs. Peter Smithof born In June? May also
fied buyers only. Price 200000. For ap
Bloomington, 111., visited the cornea In for a claim! No
V *tl (0'M t *
pointment Discover ourBARGAIN Wesley Palnes -just some more president ever died In this
State Farm Insurance friends.Mr. month Still on a
and Mrs. Carl Kidman presidential kick, only
"atk the men at Imperial" of Mich., Wed-
TABLE Lansing spent four out of 36 presidentswere
nesday and Thursday with Wes- bore west of the
ley and Mldred Paine. They Mississippi Hoover, Truman >
. wintered at St. Cloud, Fla. ,
Eisenhower and L.

Reductions 20% to 50% lln Mr., of and St. Mrs.Petersburg Henry,Scram-drop- fgJ an B. Johnson estimated. .60 This million year

ped In Sunday to see Vern and
women eligible to
Peg Busch home-bound (romMiami. DOES IT BETTER
N NI :a ;4R/r";/ ,t-' m .- conyefiVl>n.' r.TmScramllns ; t ,.. ,.,yot,. TMcomparea I with
/[.1' IMPERtIA] PROPERJ.J "j ,i CHARMSBRACELETS: EARRINGS .JjIIJ" I } ", like. theBushw1< [I PINS RINGS PEARLS NECKLACES have summer homes in the things" alwayscome trek to the

) J 14-18 KARAT GOLD mountains of Franklin S.C. in packages of' polls. _
Frank Cerveny. Portmar Did yon know, also,
289 Ninth St., So.' Phon. MI 2-2128 colte, left Friday for his homeIn laundry done here that of those 11$ million
Bloomington 111. adults J approximately
THESE TREMENDOUS VALUES Claus B.A. Myers returned 1.92% will look for and
Wednesday tohis home In Char- buy a new home this year?
Warrant and Christmas'
doing your Gift leston Are
S.C. yon one of those
!! Shopping NOW My household was blessed 1. looking for a certain
\\'I MpLE 'CEIfTREr: with the birth of four baby pood- 4 quality home at a certain
les last Sunday around
'tl evening price? If so look no
black and one looks like he may Realtor, can help you.. .

Period Of APPRAISER be a beige. Yes, your laundry sparkles also In helping yon select
with like the right rental for nest
IFI a -new gleam
MARCH 79th 1170 3rd St. South
season, have
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The area cf Naples most exclusive specialty shops MHWYOVRDRIVER'S from Prather's! from 1-bedroom apartment
SUN.e1 GREGORYTONY' Leisurely Unmetered Parking LICENSE ,1.' op to beautiful.
WRING YOUR homes in Port RoyaL Let

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YOU CHAINEDTO & Dry Cleaners the right location, at the.
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Nine Year-Old door and took the gun away. I Buada,. March 20, 1X4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 \
tried to hold on to him while I
Tries To Hold Up telephoned police but he wrtj. AT SUNSHINE SUPREX
glad away" .
Bar With Revolver Later police took In tow the ;
ELIZABETH N.J. (AP"I boy and a 8-year.old accomplice
wasn't scared at the time but I they said had waited outside the we serve
began to get scared when I door of the tavern as lookout.
thought about It." They were turned over to their
Bartender Patrick Vahey, 36, parents but will face action by
referred to the Juvenile Aid Bureau. VERYDAY
a 9year.old boy V1
wielding a .JZ.caJiber revolverwho ROME: (AP-Italy's state to. A a SAVI 16
tavern tried Friday to hold night him up at a ba-'o monopoly keeps coming +

Vahey said he was alone In out with new Italian brands under
the tavern when the boy entered English names. It started with a A
aimed the gun at him and said, clgaret raPed "Stop" and t then r
"Don't move." move, mister, don't there was "Cowboy to After that

Vahey said, "1 rushed around name \lrflnla" and "Start"
the bar and when I got about 10 The latest Is simply called
feet from him he started to "Park," and its wrapper showsa "The Best Of Meats For Miles Around"
back off. I caught him at the polar bear on an Icepai.

hi IIIm

Fresfr Fryer Parts

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Ile iernntfta Sports Sljopa, Jnr. LEGS lb. 494


I Finely Tailored Men's Ground Beef i BREAST lb. 694

White Dress Shirts 1* ....., tM I

30% offChoice ---. ERVIN. KIDU ,'" 3' .?1.39We : LIVERS lb. 794

Golden Gate To Start
of Oxford Cloth or Imported Broadcloth
S e

Button Down Long Collar Sleeves or Town Collar Work On Model HomesConstruction GIZZARDS lb. 294

of six model homes according to Gen. C. E. Jung,
t>}FIFTH\ AVENUE SOUTH in the "model home village" director of planning for Golden
(Next to the Piccadilly Entrance) located on the north side of the Gate Estates.
entrance to Golden Gate Village Gen. Jung said that Ervin J. Backs lb. 13( Necks lb. 7 Wings lb. 23$
will start In the near future!. ,_ Kldd, general superintendent for (
Bob Granger, vice-president in
charge of the Cape Coral Con.
, structlon Company of Gulf American
OPEN: Noon 'til Dark'f) Land Corporation, has been
sent to Naples to organize the
administrative office for the con.
)t"i.r. structlon of the model homes.
Championship Layout Kldd, according to Gen. Jung,
has been in Naples for the past
IN THE MOORINGS I .. week meeting with local contractors e.v
I .. who wish to submit bids
Wedge Drive Overlooking for the work. The Golden Gate 5cOffLIQUID
policy of encouraging local
The Golf CourseA awards on a competitive basis Give JOY
will continue, Jung stated.
Three of the initial six homes BLUE Reg-. 35c
will be located on one side of
floor plan that provides for every family need and pleasure. the main city canals. Joe Lynch, '. '. 30cReg
!Screened porch directly off the living room, reached through a Golden Gate project engineer '
has advised that invitation forbids \ \. CHEER
beautiful, casy-operatmg sliding glass wall. Centrally located kit. have been released for con ... ...
chen, for service to the family room, breakfast bar, and the diningarea. struction of the second weir In ... .
the Golden Gate drainage sys. .'
tem. Bids are expected to be? .
made shortly, he said.
The First National Bank of j
Naples is cooperating in finance 65c
Owner's suite is completely separate and priyate. Both the ing the construction of the six Reg .Ii
ether two bedrooms have corner exposures for light and air. Two model homes, according.to Oeo// ;. GIANT SIZE
: Jung. ; i '
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full the bathrooms. Central reverse cycle Air conditioning and JOY' r

heating. Disposal kitchen. Large two car enclosed garage. This EmployeesGet ... limit I per customer w/ 1C
home contains 2,276 feet of area. Raise FromArbitration .. ; purchoses of $3.00 or more
Only $28,500. .:
AwardMIAMI \

Fla. (AP-An arbl.
tratlon board has awarded 1,800
WESLEY G. 706 5th A".nue. South., Across free, members of a union negotiating
First National Bank In Naples Fife. with National Airlines a $45
__ monthly wage package to be Folgers
I Associates: spread over a three.year period.
WISH DOWNING. I Arbitration was agreed on aft. 894
-- r Earl L. Fry Erwin G. Downing er a 24-hour strike last month INSTANT COFFEE 60.Jar ,
Rufus P. Burnhim
by members of the Air Lines
Realtor Ph. MI 2.2179 Employes Association. The
.walkout was called when nego. Franco AmericanSPAGHETTI
i tlatlons broke down. 19K Oz. Cans 154

i Don't B. A Litterbug Reg. 2 Cans 39c

SerVICe Peter PanPEANUT ,t" .
'f\\'';\' 18 Oz. Jar
Special Reg. 63c8c

Joins Firestone ILE..ELtIeL.t.t.eLSSL.tl..ttt.j SERVICEPAYROLLS LIPTON OFF TEA""a, i6. 77. COFFEE MATE Lo.'Jar 11 79 $

Service Staff! o WHEEL ALIGNMENT .i.ic.t ,> SUNSWEET

: 1i RECORDS No.Can 2V* 23$ PRUNE JUICE BottI. 49$




Roy RitttnhouMR 9 American Car 1 r. ALUM. FOIL 18x25 OFF SSit

.y ..........OU>. brilii old 1 Phone
front end ihfnmint ipicillilt it 1 1
now ,.,ocl.tad with Flrottono Quality Fresh Produce.
.In our. Service D.pt. Roy hi. 1 Alignment performed by expert mechanic, using 1 MI 2.5143
for Ihopoil
boon In the tire business
hit friondt II year.and Ho customers Inv te ill to I modern precision equipment. Replacement parts 1 CSt Fifth Att.., Beetle FRESUJ.t COLORGladioli
visit him oseoelolly now during. I and torson! bar adjustment-extra, if Deeded.timnm 1
thli tpiclol wok long ol f nm THIS *
.nt offer Wlr.t COUPON ONIYI hJ./les. FI"rldaI
.turct'YI TITTf a .Ea.n _mOE.0n ii 284
Offer Good One Week Only! *

Directly on Gulf Beach,
Don carter Carwash attractively furnished, LARGE HEAD 194
BdWlING WIlli. air-conditioned and
BOOK ll 69c BRUSH 1."'."?. 99c completely equipped nt FANCY FLORIDASweet

modern beach house,

ready for immediate Corn 10EARS494
occupancy after lIt

April, 1964. Large living

room with open
fireplace and screened

tY ERY NIGHT porch overlooking the ''
where your dollar buys MILES more Gulf. Four bedrooms, SPECIALS FOR MON., JUt). itr WED.
three baths, electric OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 P.M
kitchen with all modem J 'H..e el the Y.t, Lr less .' t.p ev.Ii/y m.achsndl.etI

wove...eery appliances conveniences, Including and 2 34UNSHINESUPREXIy2

: TVs with cable connec. I
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I (!r&t t eSUND. t Ntnt HE IS RISEN From By The HAL BOYLE Mailbag I

.\,Y, MARCH 29, 1964
ants, or ladles: scorned in love.

AP Things a The rooster, man's first
know U alarm clock, in ancient Greece
columnist might never

II This Is The ling- he Ice didn't Is open more his slippery maUI: when was health.a In symbol Christian of light art and the

And when they were come to the wet rooster Is a symbol of the resur.
And the napkin, that was about his '
place which is called Calvary, there April Fool's day Is called rectlon.
head, not lying with the linen clothes, Cuckoo Day In Scotland, Fish When your worries threatento
they crucified him, and the malefactor, but wrapped together in a place by DtIn France, Doll Dar In Japan get you down, it might help
one on the right hand, and the other on itself and Boob Day In Spain you to remember that, after
the left. Man has never been able to all, each of us Is only a numberof

Then went in also that other disciple, make a pearl that comes up to diverse cells gathered Into
Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; an otster's standard of work. organs subsisting in a salty
for they know not what they do. And which came first to the sepulchre, and manshlp. .tinerKan women pre. fluid within a disposable con.

he saw, and believed.For fer creamy pink pearls, Euro. talne r.
they parted his raiment, and cast lots. '
those with a bluish "If you want the truth on
peas women
And the people stood beholding.And as yet they knew not the scrip your side, get on the side of

the rulers also with them derided ture, that he must rise again from the tint.About four per cent of the na.tlon' truth"-Arnold H. GUsow.
dead. television sets now show Folklore! If children go out to
him He saved others let him
saying, ;
living color so that the ketchupon play on Sunday, bears will eat
save himself, if he be Christ, the chosenof Then the disciples went away again a wounded outlaw looks them up. If you hold your

God. unto their own home. breath, you can handle wasps

And the soldiers also mocked him, But Mary stood without at the sepul real.Our quotable notables and bees without being stung.
Thirst helps
Hearts that are delicate and Quickiest destroy
coming to him, and offering him vine chre weeping: and as she wept, she kind and tongues that are neither jour appetite. Not one out of

gar. stooped down, and looked into the these make the finest five persons takes a bath every

And saying, If thou be the King of sepulchre.And company In the world"-Logan day the year round. Husbands
Pearsall Smith.If spend more money on clothingthan
the Jews, save thyself. seeth two angels in white, sitting If \ tattle to the Internal wives do. The earth

And a superscription also was written :!, the one at the head, and the otherat ,JLJ41.t Revenue Service on someone's quakes at least 50,000 times a

over him, in letters of Greek, and the feet, where the body of Jesus hidden Income you may re. >'ear. Wilde who observed .
celve up to 10 per cent of the It was Oscar
Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS THE KING had lain. s tax money It recovers. The In. "One should always

OF THE JEWS. And they say unto her, Woman, why ;'" : formers are usually disgruntled play fairly when one has the
-' ;} jjifj"fj \" \ ; emplo>es, low-paid account. winning cards."
-Luke 23:33-33 weepest thou? She saith unto them, /'J' ";

The first day of the week cometh Because they have taken away my Lord, :>\ m--::;'. --:': : : ". ':.' '::':"':, '.:':: '"' ".';" .r ':' .. t.,: tnr:: : >+,;':;r:' : .: .' .

Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet and I know not where they have laid r4ltr'i' J'lt, ,i !1y :'- ,;.:<.:",.,. t'.Lu
the and seeth the him. /i ,::: $. -.:".."...:'.ii-.. '"'- I
dark, unto sepulchre, '< ;t. i';" ... .c, .:-
stone, taken away from the sepulchre. And when she had thus said, she 1i.t". ..q. :; -. t....;:.:. FUNNY BUSINESS '
.. _.... ; .u.(',.
Then she runneth, and cometh to turned herself back and saw Jesus stand .... ; "'-"':' '' -- ------ --- ,

Simon Peter, and to the other disciple, Ing, and knew not that it was Jesus. ..... r &.

whom Jesus loved, and saith unto them, Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why ''.'< ..W >; .? :m""
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They have taken away the Lord out of weepest thou? whom seekest thou? ,:# *
Esther Truitt, Mr. and Mrs.Carl ff
the sepulchre, and we know not where She, supposing him to be the gardener, Today InWashington Veldt, Mrs. Burton Walworth and \ D

they have laid him. saith unto him, Sir, If thou have borne E TERs Mrs. Nell White.

Peter therefore went forth, and that him hence, tell me where thou has laid Ib Ti: placing Thanks the to facilities Mamie of Tooke the bank for 0

other disciple, and came to the sepulchre.So him, and I will take him away. By Th. s D so completely at our disposal,

they ran both together: and the Jesus saith unto her, Mary. She ASSOCIATEDPRESS f O j including Mrs. Wally Fred

other disciple did outrun Peter, and came turned herself, and saith unto him, Rab for rlckson providing; to Miss charming Polly Jenkins usher.

first to the sepulchre.And bonl; which Is to say, Master. ettes June Johnson, Susan Bal.
( )>
he, stooping down, and lookingin Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; news from Washington: THANK YOU lard, Mary Ellen Meade, Unda

saw the linen clothes lying went for I ascended father ARLINGTON The Army has Henson, Linda Partin and Pat n
; yet am not yet to my : decided to Editor, Collier County News: Scholtz; to concert chairman Bob I ,
he not in.Then but I go to my brethren, and say unto National Cemetery's preserve last Arlington undeveloped "Thank you" seems a trifle Coxey and his hard-working crew f.3f

cometh Simon Peter followinghim them, I ascend unto my Father, and your section, a wooded glen inadequate for the splendid co for a great deal of piano mov.
and went into the sepulchre and Father and God and God. containing ancient oaks. veragp given us this year by your Ing and chalr-totlng; to mem.
; my your The trees newspaper, but It comes from the bers of the press Fred Winter,
some more than a
seeing the linen clothes lie John 20:1.17 heart of each of the 18 mem Tom Morgan, Doris Reynolds,
,_ ,.._.__.,__ ..__..._ _._ ___.. _' _, ....m.' ','u. century old, rise behind historic hers of the Board of Directorsof Sam Bell and Bob Parrett.All .

C j :;Y..i..:;,.',:, ,,',:. :_, : ,: :..'. .' .':':v.w: :::, :'. :':::' '< h where CustlsLee President mansion John atop F the, Kennedy hill* Concert the 1964 Naples Community 1964 these and more helped give CAAJAIIN
Is burled. Association. our concert season and our Siff N
The Army first planned to A special thank you to gen 1965 membership drive the g\\\\\
clear the glen for graves. But cal and cooperative Max Wes. "sweet smell of success," and
because of widespread opposl. ton, to Jane Martin and her Naples we are grateful.

tlon It will develop of Notebook, and to Associate Mrs. James LuleJUn "Well will ahe vote for ?"
an area
. .. . . .. the south post of adjacent Ft. Editor Tom Mayer who gave Publicity Chairman

Myer for burial sites.FEDERAL us front pap so often. I
Thanks also to the good pea : ::} ,::;
The Operator v'. -EMPLOYES: The pi* at the ,radio station; to Eva.. :li i / i : t : :; ;,; i. ; tiJiL.jt: ; ..:. ... ...... ... :.: ;.,: :'. J
Tllc Awful Truth number of Ifs Tyner Bechtel for her distinctive .
,A amootl\ operator Is fellow civilian worker on --- - --- ---- ---
a a who has, concert: reviews 'to
People can have a white Christmas what It takes to take what other people government pay rolls droppedIn Howard Taylor for interviewing; t
have. February to 2,470,393, a con. Historical COLLlER'COUNTYBy
and still come out In the red Peter Adler and Lorin Holland.
gresslonal committee I
-THE KENNETT SQUARE (PA.) NEWS -TUB LUERMORE (CALir.,) today, reported er so delightfully; to Bill Ryan

,..* AND ADVERTISER HERALD AND NEWS The drop of 3,153 workers and Lynn Bailey for making available KURT GRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
to those who could not .
marked the fourth
straight .,
----- ..
monthly decline. attend excitement of the Baltimore -- -- a

The figures were made pub. Symphony Orchestra.
others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM I lie by the Joint Committee on Grateful appreciation to Mrs. r-I _. T
I + PUBLICATIONSDo Reduction of Nonessuntlal Government John Pulling and Mrs. H.B. _: .
Expenditures. Watkins Jr, who put the 1965 N
You Mean It, Mr. Kcutlicr? membership drive over the top 1 1 1LANDING
PESTICIDES Agriculture in record time with the help of; OF
The automobile industry has reached the point of wanting more Department regulations which Spencer Allendorf, Mrs Barbara

been prospering, and the men who pay when we are not working than go Into effect May 26 will re. Benjamin, Miss Lillian Bissell, PONCE d. LEON

make the automobiles deserve when we are? quire labels on pesticides to George Booker, Merrill Boyn.
ton, John Byram, Mrs. Allan
carry warning words
their fair share of the prosperity. (They are not entirely academic "da ," "caution" or "warn.as Cahoon, Stealey Elms, Miss Having passed Naples Beach
If that were all Walter Reuther questions, to judge by Sunday's Ing.tiger Claribelle Fuess." Mrs. H.L. the San Cristobal now headed
radical report by the Ad Hoc Committee The department Issued the Giddlngs, Mr. and Mrs. Louis north and approached two points
said in his keynote speech at the on the Triple Revolution. In new regulations Friday. They Hack, Mrs. Leon Hathaway sticking out Into the Gulf. No

United Auto Workers conventionlast response to problems being createdby also require that the labels car. Mrs. Leslie Johnston, Mr and doubt this was Sanlbel Island's
ry prominently the statement Mrs. Leonard Latham, Mr. and southern point and the northern
week, we wouldn't offer the "
any "cybernation revolution, it "keep out of reach of children" Mrs Francis Martin,Mrs. Louis point of Ft. Myers Beach or
comment from the back scat. urged the nation to guarantee an or the equivalent. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Estero Island.

Where working conditions are adequate income to all "whether or The new rules are designedto Mosbach, Mrs. Clifford Nelson, Here Ponce de Leon's men at.

bad, they should be improved. No not they engage in what is commonly provide greater consumer Mrs. Alfred Newman, Mr S.C. tempted to get more Information
quarrel about that, except possiblyover reckoned as work.") protection against possible Ogburn Jr., Mrs. Carl Pfelffer, from the Indians on the where.
definitions. harmful chemical preparationsused Mrs. Carl Prime, Mr. and Mrs abouts of the Chief Caloos. A
We suppose a fighting labor to combat Insects and Norman Koss, Mrs. Arthur Rus. fight took place In which several
At a time of increasing automa. leader always asks for more than plant diseases, the departmentsaid. !sell' Fred Eelph, Mrs. Julius Indians were killed The name
lion it is only realistic to consider he expects to get. But the farther Smith, Mrs. Elmer Straub, Miss "Matanzas" Pass has remained ti

such questions as early retirement compensation, is divorced from productivity with us till today. Matanzas. b'p

(which is reported to have drawn the riskier the bargaining ,. : f ,, means slaughter In Spanish. \
According to our research In A /
special applause from the auto becomes. Not
only in economic the archives and notes of Dr.
workers), shorter work weeks, terms, but in the human realm of Kohl, the German historian who ;<

longer vacations. morale. Surely the auto worker, CROSSWORD.PUZ2U MAD MAR HOST traced the path of the Spanish 6
None of these things would be whatever benefits he receives from OR I F I CL OMEN Conquistadors, the Chief Caloos
unthinkable OEVEIS WCs [ had his headquarters on Mound
for a union "leader to this summer's negotiations, will ACROSS
Acon Key, which was the sacred
PEw. Island
bring to the bargaining table in want to feel that he is earning his 1.lmpllllv" 29. Agents t.A of the Caloosas. V t

1964. But docs Mr Reuther really money, that he is being paid not 1. Pert. to a 31, Locluon .L .AT..P f'A c..F'I LAM E N T Future articles will discuss

mean it when he suggests such only for his time but for his work Great Lake 32. Zeppelin u Tf. the brilliant research done by
A R I I L f'
12. Red dye S3. Salary Eo D. ..
"new concepts" as a "bonus" In vacation that he is being rewarded for Dr. Robert Kohl of Munich on
doinga n. W ash 34. Ena river S PIN I 5 T E R. A Co Elighdy the early History of Florida hav. r
wages on the grounds thatan good job an-l not just because he 37. Devoured HIM.a EAT UNA 1. ing spent a lifetime researching

employee has higher costs when is part of a package deal. U. Expouu 38. Peacock A COR. S TAM I N A the most ancient and reliable

he Is on vacation? Have we really Or so it seems from the back seat. late butttrfty RASE: T [. L A M 0 N sources, especially the Nuren.

-Christian Science Manlier 16. One 39. Contamtna PLEA I CRC END berg translations made only a few
indefinitely live decades after Ponce de Leon's
17. Babyl war 44. Prove false SOLUTION OF YUTERDA Y'S PUZZll ventures
U Talent Hunt To Fill Jobs god U Glandular Had Ponce de Leon been able fI

18. Crumb enlargement 2. Digit 6. Be In want to enter the narrov- of San
19. Arena 46. Dlrts 3. Having effective of Carlos Pass and follow the
The U. S, government has never been late people working$ for the Federal government. 21. Cbarlu47.5hoe organiofimell 7. Minion( tural channel which Is deep na.

able to obtain an adequate supply of really Gibson workman 8, Creek enough for a ship, h* would have

competent Americans to hold its top and Vet all over America there are jwoplo 23 Spartan 4. Jungle 9, Prepoiltlon been not far from Mound Key.

even its medium-level jobs. It ought to with talents in business, education labor, kina DOWN animal 10. Jacob'. son B seems that Ponce's ship was
2's Makes 1. E. Ind '
agriculture, and other fields who are ton 11,1I.obln'i anchored in San Carlos Bay near
organize a national "talent hunt" for men modest t to put themselves forward for con precious weight S. Hotel hometar Ybel Point. stantlal f evidence that the vicinityof It
and women of ability who could handle sideration. If the want to apply for government n convey.f At first when we publishedour Sanlbel is the northern limit appears time the that with the passageof
key in 1 ) 14 S i z 7 0r 10 /I ante conclusions on the locationof of Juan Ponce's exploration. AT. name given by Juan
posts Washington
and overseas. service, 1 they do not know how to / 19 Ponce de Leon's Ponce to the Island has been
While the business world has perfected go shout! it. tt Bumpkin landing off ter awaiting a wind to go in transferred to the while
t IJ 20. Orlenlal Estero Island, we encountered search of the Cacique Carlos passage,
techniques for interviewing on college What is needed is a well-organized na. "" potentate quit severe criticism from other from Friday, June 4thuntllTimes. Estero which is Spanish for a
tlonwide "talent hunt"' for and I. I 22. Roman historians sine this small creek into which tide flows)
men women seems tob
campuses and work hard to find bright, day, the 14th, and evidently get. has been given to the
of ability who could their country! bronze a new thought Island.
serve ... ting no favorable wind, they re.
young men and women, government hat in government |Jlt1 nts. In this search 11'a'h. 1i I/1 '/"/ I' 24.. Sterling: We got most of our Information turned: to the Island where they "Another circumstance Indl.
/"h eating
lagged far behind. Many jobs in Washing abbr from old maps, and have sine locality as the one
ington could utilize took water and which
service of the :II II 'l'/- / II II // /. they called visited by Juan Ponce Is the
ton are filled because someone already tate!*. (toveinors. mayors, lawyers, eiti 7.'l": / // '//, 26. Pracrlbet learned that another historian Matanza for the Indians that they SANIBEL. on old name

an agency knows about the opening and tor, college president! and other could U 15 li Z1 ZO Y8. Apltr Pigpen)'x through reached the Ponce very de same Leon's conclusion killed Bernal Dias in his His. spelled SAN YBEL, maps which it Is Is a
remember a possible candidate for the diary torts Verdadera, mentions being
submit lists contraction of "
of people in their respectiveareas SANTA YSABEL.
30 and
position. The national 1I J o 1 'I harangues tracing the course on modern on this part of Florida's coast
party committees It
who us quite happy when
might be called upun for government : 34, Taxis Navigation maps with the
always on the hunt for jobs often make expedition we later heard
service. A surprisinglarlle! V1/ // JZ' / ,,, U Arlbv. Lately we attempted to corns. where they landed near ester of Lawson's con-
recommendations that are accepted. But ..... '. pond with E. Lawson elusion coinciding with our ownrea.arch.
number might be ready to l'e-pOnt This / h capon of St. and the pilot ('who was Anton .
these methods do not produce the best! would replace the present eatch-as-catch- Jf J$ '//.IJ1 J e r-// / 36. Bu.t of Augustine, in order to send him Alamlnos who piloted the voyageof planned a Ponce de Leon had
people. Too often the ones who tIJ h rv.burden photostats of our research work Colony on the northern
come Juan
can system for filling keJro"ernmf'nt Ponce) said It was the Island
$! and
JI 41 38 Ctl1len. ofabbr. which would have named it in honor
Washington are dissatisfied and insecure! I 41 IS ; corroborated same place Juan Ponce had been
posts! and could lift the whole level of governmental of the Queen of Spain, Isabella
his book which received
ai home and are lured primarily by thee nervico. It should he don! *. There 44 /h ..., 40. Falsehood criticism when it was published.sever Indians.and where he fought with the whom most Conquistadors regarded .
anomie .security of A government post. i is too much /h On modem charts as a Saint hence San
avftilaHe Ulent in the I'. .S Unfortunately, Mr. Lawson died, Estero Island ,
The result is that there are many sccond- that is not l 4' --41.Ctrlsnamc but her appears Just be. Isabella or Sanlbel.
being ,>=ut to Us best use. book. are quotes from his low Sanlbel, with fclatantaj pas. Pone de Leon returned toSpain

Si. Augudln Record AC H.."..,,,... "Thr Is additional clrcunt- age shown as a narrow channel amid triumphal accluna.
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mln. between It and the mainland. UOII.atller .

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room condominium on Alamanda the firm shown, from left, are Clifford OPEN 'TIL 7.00: P.M. SAT.'J 1 '

I Drive in The Moorings is planned for Wenzel, Bert Hedman, Arthur Giime Hens

early fall Roy C Smith of Indianapolis Neumann and Chuck Vodopich R. A fewttfty Rights Reserved

is the builder Imperial Properties Bostick will be the general contractor d

Cars Collide In An estimate of $140 damage DIXIE DARlING BUTTIRM11K
was placed on the car driven by '
1'/2 Lb.
fMfJ Center of Alley Hall, belonging to Lee Cart. 16.i.
wright, Naples TaXicab owner, Bread 2 leaves 29c Average
Damage totalling $150 resulted and $10 was estimated on the SAVE 11 lc 59cSAYE
LUFF GMC IMC. when two cars tried to occupythe Ellis vehicle. Segt. D.L. Bass DIXIE DARLING FRUIT FILLED
center of the alley at the made the Investigation for the SAVE

TRUCKSPARTS rear of the Rexall Drug Storeat police department.A Buns Pk1. 39c

SERVICE 6:15: o'clock Friday night. One sunspot Is a great vortex of U. 20c
vehicle was being driven by Tal.
gas on the sun's surface. One
TEMPORARY ley Ellis in a westerly direct
lOtA T/ON tion where a car driven by Robert spot seen In 1947 measured
S. Hall, of Naples, made a 200,000 miles In diameter.
421 NINTH ST., N. left turn into the alley from 'Nest .
Eighth Street, South, collided. PUBLIC NOTICE Wdi\Give, : top 'Valu 'StampsI' 'Your ,'Private, 'Eggu'



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ourmet LOTION:
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Naptvii most complete Gift food Shop SECTION ENUE. SOUTH 114, AS OF PROVIDED THE CITY IN T. Can.
Gift: ItoxtM by S. S. Pierre & Crenci FLORIDA. atAIKINi00DPldc 7 Umit Beans 10
WHEREAS Tth"'t Council'1 haidatarmlnad Serell s1oj
Complimentary lift Wrapping Packaging ,7th Straat fromElavanttt SALTINES!
and Mailing St'rlet' Avanua South to BroodAv.nu. aleke
.. South be con"'lIc.ed end
pwed in lhi m.nn.r provid.d' by 'U
living your LIST and jour check book tha Chart of th. City of Naples I '
In Sactlon 11.4. and ,
Bonded Fruit ShippersTOMO WHEREAS the City Council did in. \ -' ,
lit mtttlng March II. KM racom
mend that aid strut ba pavadundar ,
---- the Charter provisions andfurthar ., ,. .! ,
raquaatad that this Rttolution.
aa outlined In Section II4 W-D BRAND fRESH.LEANGround
AUTOMATIC of the City Chartar ba eI,.".,;
by the City Council of the Cityof
Naolaa, Florida:
(a) That 7th Street from Eleventh Beef
SYSTEM Avenue South to Broad Aven'e.Sou.h .
SPRINKLER be constructed and pavadaa Beel Liver
tat forth blow and tubitct :
:the provisions of Section. II 4 of
-*..to 'Ch.rt.e. f."I' *"* oi. p1"rioflfla -- r ,
ser T. PoRrft and h Ce vnliit
(bl) That the Seethed of paving
of 7th Street from Elavanth Av. awl Peks SAVE
Take a permanent anua South to Broad Avenue Faery Y.hw 39 ,
South shall Include material nacure. 10< fcVD .
vacation from character and ale ''n con. Per Pound

watering your street formanca specifications with: the City lass of Naplaa"C" SAVE 20c ". ONIONS
lawn. e' the work shall be done 'In itt antiraty .
.v by a paving contractor hold.
ln| a license within the City of Pound 2 19C BRAND THICKSliced iT
Naples, Florida 2*
Lowers your water bills THE CITY OF NAPLES, FLORIDA -
Increases your property completely underground 1964.
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lawn "- ARCHIE TURNER Mayor
Ends unsightly! drought Elsie Lehman
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Gives you more isure time Mar 29. Apr. 12. I9M all (| i A dazzling variety of nw.pUkcl v Q tcibUi at lov tow prkM

FREE ESTIMATES. We will be glad to check your prop LEGAL NOTICE
NotIce la hereby liven that a Pub. FANCY WtSTIRN CRIIf
erty or send.us a sketch of your landscape for estimate.MenvfllCtv.d lie Haarinc will ba held by the City
Council on Wednesday April ISI9 .
by Matol 0'Mono,Inc.,a tubtldiary TORO Manulacturtnf Cwp 4. .at 10:30 A M., at the Cit; Hall.
73} Ith Strait, South for the
purpose of bearish. complaint or
Sprinkling objections to the following amand-
STAHLMAN man! to the Zoning' Ordinance of the LettuceDinners :
Systems City" of Naplat FloridaRezoning
of Parcel "Y". Unit ttl.
The Moorings' from "A" SuburbanDistrict.
P 0. Box 1091 Naples, Florida to "0 e" Multipla Dwall
Call MI 2.3422 'Ing Dittrlct .
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6' COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sudsy, Mania 29, IN4
Hospital ReportADMISSIONS Johnsons Plan

0000000000000000000000000MOUND 3.18 Sherrta Johnson Quiet WeekendAt
Emma Lawson Marjorie Martin -
William Corbltt Andrew Texas RanchJOHNSON
Brown Edmond Harroun

By CHARLOTTE DURNO MI M 97OOOOOOOOOOO0 Barbara Scott Howard Jones On an easygoing CITY, Tex.weekend(AP-at

Jane Martin, Ruth Hlttlnger, Ms ranch, President Johnson Wat4By
0000000000000Storter Alice Hernandez.
stepped up his pace In personal
If you didn't know that this is Mrs. Ann Winn, Mrs 319Arthur HardyNancy diplomacy today by scheduling
s. Easter weekend you sure could Marguerite Morgan Mrs. McCormick John MoG ratty, White House visits In May by JANE MARTIN
tell by the crowds around town. Mozllle Echols, Mrs. Goldle Fit. Barbara Townsend Lula Can- Berlin's mayor and In July by
I'm lure all the visitors In town zek, Mrs. Wesley Henson Mrs. tara Ruby Hall Charles Cor- Italy's premier ,
are very pleased with the beautiful Clyde Chesser, and the Misses bin, lanthe Hardenburg. Mayor Willy Brandt will seethe week celebration !Is going on at the Edward
weather we've been having. Polly Hathaway, Judy Ann Caden. 3-20 Alton Wentsel Ton ) President May 18 and Pre. A long
p Miss Judy Ann Cadenhead Is head and Betty Jo, Harlene and Vatchu. Mildred Lee. mler Aldo Moro will be In Wash. R. Godfreys. Saturday April 4th, they will formally

ti home from the University of South Sandra Chesser, Dorothy McCor. 3-21 Mary Jane Andrews Ington July 7 and 8. mark their golden wedding anniversary with a large
Florida for the Easter holidays mick, Roberta Goads Ginger and Both visits will be Informal.
at the Port Royal Beach
visiting with her parents Mr and Vaughnette Shields' Ann Sim. Francises Rives George Bur- rl ) No major problems exist be. cocktail and buffet supper party
0tl Mrs. I. D. Cadenhead. mons, and Betty Jo Prultt. rows, Doily Burllngame, De- 'r p tween the United States and el. Club. But having all their children and grandchildren

Another home for the holidays Those sending gifts but unableto lores Lopez. ther Italy or West Berlin. in town at the same time means happy family activity
Is Kenneth Fltzek, son of Mr. attend were Mrs. Estelle 3-22 Jane Brock, Patricia : Moro will be making his first
and Mrs. Fritz Fltzek.' KennethIs Barley Mrs. Phyllis Slgmon, O'Leary Ethel Roland Jodie T. trip to the United States as pre. every day.
a student at Gordon Mllf. Mrs. Jesse Kelthly Mrs. Pat. Luneburg Marjorie Martin mier. Brandt is coming to this Here for the big event are: Mr. and Mrs. WilliamF.

tary School In Bamesvllle, Ga. Parker Mrs. Ladles Bargo Mrs. James Wright. v country primarily to address the Cronin and their four children from Diablo, Cal.; Mr.
tih Mrs. James Flncher and her Doris Beahner, C. B. Alexander, 323Harry Wooten John Foreign Policy Association In
and Steve from
three children of LaGrange Ca., Mrs. Harold Hardesty Mrs. Hennlng Paul Lama nine, I rA V s IrM r New York City May 18. and Mrs. E. R. Boehck with Richard Houston -
are visitors with the Perley RI. Cross and Martha Mrs. K. D. Grace Brown Inez Oglesby f. The vacation White House an. Tex.; Mr and Mrs. J. E. Godfrey and their five children -
rers. Mrs. Flncher and Mrs. Stull and Mrs. Shirley Martin.Mr. nounced the visits while John. Mich. and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Smith
Allan Cahoon. from
Taylor Saginaw, ;
$ Rlner are cousins. Mrs. Flncher and Mrs. Carl Cooper son was In the midst of a wel.
will be visiting with other rela. have had as their visitors Mr. Robert Wood. come letup from pressing dutiesat and their three children of St. Petersburg.
tlves while here Cooper's brother and slster-ln. 3-24 Arthur Hardy Elihu his 400.acre ranch In the Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey call Naples "home." They
4t The Fritz Fltteks have had law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper Cobb, Laura Ellers. as hill country.He four and built their
Fritz's mother Mrs. Goldle Fit. of Gatllnburg Tenn. is seeing old friends and came from Dayton, Ohio years ago
f zek of St. Louis, Mo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hembree DISCHARGES Evalyn Tyner familiar places Including his beautiful home on Kings Town Drive. During the sum.

with them for some time Mrs. motored to Fort Pierce last Wed.' 318Nettle McClure Ar- boyhood home here. mer months they go to Pointe au Baril in Ontario Canada,
Fltzek plans to return to St. nesday with Mr. Hembr.. The President and Mrs. John.
thuFHaFdy. Per nine,Roge-
May vacationed for Mr. God.
Evalyn Tyner To Play where they have many years.
Louis on Thursday. mother Mrs. Mytle George who llo Ortega Daniel Mullen. son are expected to attend East
has been visiting here a few 3-19 Blossle Stevenson er Sunday church services.Since frey retired as a vice president and director of General
TOOTING FOR GINGER weeks. Johnson has worshiped at St.
d Ginger Shields daughter of Mrs. Anna Carland of St. Pe. Agnes Mobley Stanley Burgan Barnabas Episcopal Mission in Motors Corporation.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Shields tersburg has been In Naples for Clarence McCleery. Robert For Hospital Benefit nearby Fredericksburg on each and Mrs. Byron Pinney had a pleasant surprisethis
t arrived home on Tuesday from the last few days visiting with Gaede, Annie Brown Jimmy of his two previous trips homeas week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Hancock were In town fora

Tennessee Temple College In her sister, Mrs. Vance, at the Smith. President the congregation few The foursome was about to leave Pinneys'when
Chattanooga, Tenn. Ginger Hilda Apartments.Mrs. 3-20 Lula Cantara Jane "Evalyn Tyner Night", fea. She has recorded for Capitol Re- rather counts on his showing up days.
brought along a friend Miss Ann R. H. Reeder of Braden. Martin Richard Robinson Wil- tuning piano Impressions by this cords. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Holleran, who were |lust

Simmons of Huntsvllle, Tenn. ton is In Naples for a few days liam Corbltt Ann Penrose and talented musician following asocial Miss Tyner Is In private life Fredericksburg people were passing through town, pulled up in front. So what
On Sunday afternoon Mr.and Mrs. visiting with her son and daugh. baby boy, Nancy MCCormick hour and dinner at the Mrs. Richard Bechtel. She and hoping the President would show luncheon date turned into
t Shields will drive the girls to ter-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. H.B. and baby boy Alicia Hernan- Beach Club Hotel on Thursday, her husband now make their home up for another Easter festivity started out to be a quiet a
Bradenton where they will con. Reeder. dez and April 9, Is being sponsored by in Naples where she serves as a tonight- pageant at the fairgrounds reunion. The Pmneys, Hancocks, and Hollerans are next
nect with their ride back to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Storter 321Barbara baby boy.Townsend and the Naples Community Hospital director of the Naples Comm unUy and the lighting of traditional door neighbors on Sunset Terrace in Clinton, Iowa.
school. Some people just refuseto had their son and daughter.ln. Auxiliary. Concert Association. fires on the hills around
toot their own horn and Gin. law, Mr. and Mrs. Vance store baby boy Emma Lawson and Reservations maybe made with this old German settlement John Pinney Is here, vacationing from the Taft Schoolin

ger Is one such girl, so we'll ter of LaBelle Fla., visitingat baby boy, Peggy Smith and baby the Beach Club directly Ar. School MenusThe Seats have been reserved for Watertown Conn., and has as his guests Rick Van
do It for her. It's a little late their home this past week. boy,Porter Gumming j,Herman rangements have been made by the President and Mrs. JohnsonIn Allen and Jim Schneden.
nQw to mention It but Ginger Rev. William T. Poole and Merrtman Clodte Colburn Mrs. Paul Benedum and Mrs. menu for Naples Senior the grandstand just- In case.
made the dean's list earlier this son Billy of Orlando were guests Charles Dodds Fannie Glos- F.W. Martin and Ways and Means High School for the com Ing week: The lighting of seven huge
of the Edward Durnos last week. ter, Thomu Mauro John Me- chairman Mrs. J.A. Meadors, Monday Barbecued pork on fires on the hilltops, which ell. VETERAN FLYER
year.Mrs.. L. V. Shields, 1361 26th end.Many Gratty, Emma Perez,Eva Pow- Surfslde Apartments, will accept rolls, English peas tossed salad mazes the pageant. has a long RiuiofJ hdwn Presnell, who as a baby was Naples
Ave. N., was hostess Thursday of the Naples students ell. checks for the benefit. cake, milk, butter. history behind It. Airlines Is now a mature two months
evening at a bridal shower honor. home from college for the holt The artist, born In Kokomo, Tuesday Hamburger steak, On Easter eve In 1847, Indians youngest passenger
tog Miss Nancy Chesser day went to Daytona Beach and 3-22 Dolly Burllngame Ind., began playing piano at age mashed potatoes, buttered corn, fearing treachery In peace and fast becoming a veteran flyer. He and his mother,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fort Lauderdale, but Sue Ar. George Burrows, Delores lo- three and music has been alarge fruit, milk, butter, hot rolls. treaty negotiations built fires Mrs. Edward Presnell, and aunt, Mrs. Richard Tenge, ar.
Chesser of 611 10th Ave., S. nold and her girl friends had pez, Mildred Lee, Marjorie part of her life ever since. Asa Wednesday April 1st ???????? around the pioneer town to show
Guests at the shower were Mrs. another Idea. Sue took her dad's Martin Helen Cline, Elva Wilson professional musician she has Thursday: Lasanga slaw, hot up any forces that might be ad. rived by chartered plane in the wee hours Friday morning.

Joseph Cleary Mrs. Helen Yare boat and three of her friends James Carney. run the gamut from supper club rolls, pie, carrot sticks, milk, venting on their encampment. This trip was to surprise Richard Shawn's grand.
rlngton, Mrs. Emma Homer down to Fire Key and spent the 3-23 Irving Hicks, Hanley to concert stage, playing blues, butter. Fredericksburg mothers eased parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kerckhoff, and be on hand
Mrs. Ethel Jones, Mrs. Ruby night In their cabin there. The Prince, Elva Ma H1I, Alton jazz folk music, the classics, Friday: Choice of hambur. the fears their children by when Kerckhoff's announced Sat.
Rlner Mrs. Nancy Savin and girls had a real nice time If Wentzel Leo Ruch Howard and modern music to which she gers or fish squares, slaw, hot telling them Easter rabbits built Kathy engagement was
Opal, Mrs. Sue Jones, Mrs. Iva those rats would have only stay. Jones, Arthur Hardy, Fran- adapts classical and academic rolls, brownies, potato sticks, the fires under huge pots to boll urday to Dale Chlumsky.
Jean Rebus, Mrs. Brlsco Par. ed away I elsca Rives, Sheri Johnson forms. Her wide appreciation of milk, butter. eggs watch would be dyed with Thursday and Friday of this week, Mr and Mrs.
ker, Mrs. Pinky DeLlne, Mrs Drive carefully now and may music types lends her artistrya + colors extracted from spring
Mary Andrews, Jane Brock and Candler Brooks will be in Miami Beach the Fontaine-
Lurlene Chesser Mrs. Julie you have a most blessed Easter. breadth not too often found, PresbyterianWomen flowers. at
Chesser Mrs. Dottle Godfrey, baby boy.. as musicians tend to become typed The fires have been rekindled bleau Hotel for the Florida Bankers Convention. Saturday
Ever add a little finely chopped 3-24 Barbara
Mrs. James Miller and Linda, ScottCharles and stereotyped with the familiar To Meet every Easter eve since.
Macon Ga. for their niece's
t pickle to a liverwurst sandwich Corbltt. they fly to wedding. Betsy
Mrs. Frances Fltzek, Mrs. Judy labels "serious, "jazz",
filling ... BIRTHS "classical," "popular" etc. On WednesdayThe Warn Against Toy Brooks will become the bride of William Charles Boswell,
Her enthusiasm In musical ex. Saturday, April 4th.
318Mr.. and Mrs. HaroldR. Women's Association of
"Smith baby boy Mr. and pression her varied enables listeners her a to sense bring to of,I the First Presbyterian Church Duckling Being On Tuesday evening 1 IB guests attended a dinner

Lilly Pulitzer Mrs. William E. Lawson, Jr., participation in her perform will 2 o'clock hold its Wednesday monthly meeting afternoon at, Sold For Easter and baby shower at the 19th Hole. The guest of honor

baby boy. ances. April 1 in Spencer Hall DETROIT (APFederal and was Mrs. James Perkins and the hostess was Mrs. Elma
3-19 Mr. and Mrs. LarryL.Mocormik She has with the Fred,.
played 1 Mrs.' H. Melvin Smith will Michigan state health ,officials,,jjClement,, $. ,. .... ..
r4'.rn babyboyj Mr. in the jn* .<
NAPS..l: .mo' sotto Waring Orchestra supper \Ids: the: devotions. Miss:Polly have warned against an Import J. !;; 'V't'r; wj: %
and its t GUberto Hernandez; clubs of the Waldorf and St.: Re. Williams Christian education ed toy duckling appearing in the \ Mrs. (John D/ le dy ls here from Falmouth, Maine,

baby boy; Mr. and Mrs.Richard gls Hotels in New York, and Ire.I 1 director: of the Church will speak Easter trade. for several weeks with her sister Mrs. W. C. Fitkin, and

R. Townsend baby boy. the concert Orchestra realm and with the the National Cleveland on the topic, "The Prerogative The city health commissioner, Mr. Fitkin, Gordon Drive.
3.21Mr. and Mrs. ThomasL. of Christian Education." Dr.
George P. Anderson said
Symphony of Washington, D.C.Toymakers' Mr and Mrs. C. Henry Buhl who visited the Fitkins
Faith Circle will be hostessfor the
Exciting Floral' Printsin Andrews baby boy. toys Imported from Japan,
3-22 Mr. and Mrs. RichardL. the event Mrs Albert Crane are from actual ducklings killed last year and this year rented the Henry Allman houseon

r the new Brock baby boy. Film Mrs. Robert Eckles, Mrs KeithA. when they were about two 18th Avenue, South, have succumbed to Naples. The
3-23 Mr. and Mrs. JamesV. Parks, and Mrs. J. D. Wel. weeks old, then skinned and
For Buhls live In Grosse
Pointe Mich.
Showing Ions will represent the circle. stuffed with cotton waste treat. They now plan to
Lightweight Martin baby boy. Tomorrow NightA Nursery care will be provided ed with a chemical used as a build here and spend much more time: in Naples.

Spring Fabrics Pat film entitled "Toymakers" for those requiring it. soil fuglgant. Among the happy grandparents in town, add Mr.
LutringerTo ---
SHave a story about mentally retard.ed and Mrs. George Hurley of the Gulf Shore Colony Club.

From Lilly e 'Sell' State persons, will be shown to. Home And Garden Tour Their daughter Mrs. Jane Faerber and granddaughterKatie
morrow at 3:30 p.m., In the
C3 are visiting from River Forest III.
just arrived! At World's Fair County Health Department head., ,

Among the 40 young ladles quarters In the East Naples government Speaking of the Gulf Shore Colony Club, Mr. and

who will act as Florida hos- center. Unqualified SuccessMore Mrs. A. L. Augur are in residence. Mr. Augur will be
The film will show the needs
tesses at the New York World'sFair
and facilities -
the provided for (Continued on page 7)
is Miss Pat Lutringer:: children an1 adults Rum Row the .
the retarded than 500 persons wenton ; and home of Mr. _
'75 6th Ave., 8. Naples, Fla.Ship'n of ,
daughter Mrs. Douglas Dan- In progressive Institutions the tour of five of Naples and Mrs Truman Brown, 963
ser.The for the retarded.lt Is sponsored finest homes a week ago yes. Galleon Dr. The tour ended with
young ladles are mak- jolnUy by the Collier County terday, according to Mrs John punch served at the home of
ing a two-week tour of the state Mental Health Association and Bumham president of the Nap. Mr. and Mrs. John Burnham,
under the Florida Development the County Health Department. les Garden Club which sponsor 1825: Fourth St. S.
rmuumm Commission's training pro- Following the film there will ed the annual event. Mrs Burnham yesterday ex.
gram designed to make them be a discussion with Dr. John F." The exact amount of profit has pressed her appreciation to the BooKsSONG
"Florida Sales Women" at the Franklin, clinical psychologist, not as yet been determined, she people who had so graciously permitted .
f assisting. said, although the event was term. their homes to be used and
Fair. are scheduled to
They There will be also a meeting ed an "unqualified success" to the committees in charge."
r be in Naples Tuesday March of the board of directors of the Proceeds are to go to Friends Mrs. Allen Cahoon was ticket

.1 !; 31.Miss mental health association. Those of the Library to be used to beaut. chairman Mrs. F.C. Mcintosh & STORY SHOP
Shore Lutringer is a grad interested In the film and the Ify the grounds of the new build. served as chairman of the hostess
r uate of Miami University and board meeting are Invited a Ing to be constructed on Central committee and had 28 members of
; j e / lovely has been employed in Miami. spokesman said. .Avenue the Garden Club serving as host. 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2520
Homes and gardens Included eases In the various homes. .
7 on the tour were the Gulf front Mrs. Frank Garry and Mrs.
" 'r j t apartment of Col. and Mrs. Carl Doris Reynolds were In charge of
i + DISTINCTIVE Hoffmann, in the Mansion House, securing the houses for the occa.
pique 1601 Gulf Shore Blvd.; the home sion. John Burnham and Robert
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe, Coe put up the directional signs AFTER EASTERREDUCTIONS
shell at US: First St., Nt, the home of and Frank Kerrigan was publi.
j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayres,3443 city chairman.
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I ;, -verglades : NewsDv Y + THE NAPLES Friendly Chap, were change.concerned over Ms sudden

"I've got to fly home. I don' ;
Juanita Weldon '; t "t'f Finds New Way have enough money," he said 5
-r' ', C w Notebook To Make TouchMIAMI The customers due deep andA
_"........T T __. '""_. i :r soon collected $20> or $30) for?
i 6tii ;, J (AP) The stranger their grieving friend. ._ t I (Contlased lros pogo 8) seemed to be a friendly chap The stranger wrote a check
a ." 4 and soon was buying drinks for for his $20 bar bill and left
I ,.1r rl regular patron at a neighbor Later, the check bounced IJ'IdO
,,, v 1' hood bar the stranger's name proved to
,, : here until the 19th. Mrs. Augur plans to stay until the He was laughing and having be as phony as his story pollcell3

, 1e '""ta+" vu y first of May before joining Mr Augur In Chicago. a good time when the telephone .ald. .. -_ let
,. WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Sutei'I
..r f "Anyone here named Bob
COMING AND GOING Mackey] asked barmaid Dor Court Judge James V. Riddel"
a1 oth Jr. had been in his office in thdhex "*
Traffic is heavy down Galleon Drive with de ) Houston.
N way couirhouse four
4 >; i. "That's me," said the friend. years whenOlf
partures and arrivals. Mrs. E. N, Potter returned the first ly stranger, taking the phone ho decided he should have cur-
'iAYl + of the week from 10 days In New York City and was After speaking briefly with the lama for the office windows!';*'
: ,+ t' L party on the other end, the Checking fix a place (o insult'
I4 accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Mignon Moore, of Ball- stranger returned his stool. the iiirums, he pulled back tiM
port, L.I Mr Potter Is due soon to spend several weeks. pale and trembling. ni'lrfdUll'(' at a "indo* and.i al
ti Dede Brown, who has been with her parents, Mr. "M)' wife..my wife has been found thai draw drapes were II'na
.1 4 killed in an airplane crash," he rondin place,
r. i ( dk' ;lN. and Mrs Truman Brown, scheduled her departure for told his newfound friends who llu' office WUH furnished. ,
t. 7 r the last possible minute. She leaves Naples today (Sun jJtiveu
k : : ,, '<', :t1W"l' :{f\ _... ;*'\
: .. day) and must report back to classes at Wayne State p>, ; ': / _- l

University in Detroit tomorrow.
; And down the street a bit, Samuel Harned Jr. Is Coll AI ::1A n
SPELLING BEE was held in the Everglades school Tues Harned. The 1 W ,
., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel < vuta a dw
,,,,I" r w day with grades four, five and six participating. Tha junior Mr. Harned lives In New York City where he Is ,";"'',1U
sixth grade was victorious, Patricia Davis (left), age and !
a T.V. commercial writer with Ted Bates Company.Last t k 1f
11, was declared champion with Dolores Thompson,
year one of his commercials rated among the top '8.!
oj ., ... (right), age 11, the runner-up. On April 7th, these best ten. v 'hr

I Mr. ad Mrs. John Odom Sr, two girls will compete with other school spellers in the John Chickering arrives Tuesday for a week with :::1:1I
Everglades gym, for the title of County Champion whois : CLOSING OUT
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Chickering. ,
Thursday afternoon was a big 2 p.m. a hunt will be held at speller. .
day for youngsters In the elementary the Community Church. At studying at the Art Students League in New York,
grades of the Ever 3 p.m. a hunt will be held at and Bobble Sue of Albany Ga. baby Todd came over from Miami plans to get In a lot of-golf and fishing and also cele M

glades School. From about 1 the Baptist Chapel. Agegroups We are fortunate In finally last week to spend the day brate his birthday while ne're. I SALE CONTINUES T
until 3:30 children from toddlers Jun with Dad, McBeth
p.m. p.m. are through Philip's Canada
getting a resident telephone repair Mrs. Mamie Sproule of Montreal, Quebec, ,
could be seen flitting about iors. Refreshments will be Johnson, on Mac's birthday.
served and for the man. Byron Baxter and Is Ken gets here Tuesday to visit Mrs. Virginia L. Edwards. Wed ; lid
from place to place with Eas prizes given his moved Into the new park ranger
ter baskets, hunting for hid lucky ones finding the most Glower family house on Riverside Morgan. He and his wife moved nesday Mrs. Edwards Is giving a cocktail party at the }Ii lO re
den eggs. At the end of the eggs and the prize egg, Drive last week. Into the middle rangerhousethis Beach Club to introduce her guest. This is an opportunity to secure :'
hunts, refreshments were served Jerry and Larry Mosher had past week. Stop by and Friday Mrs. Gayle B. Wolfe is giving a luncheon at a:, ",;' '8
by room mothers of each as recent guests Claire and The salt water conservation tell them hello. back to school dresses at en
class Lucille Wideman and Elaine officer, T.L.Hampton,who formerly the Naples Yacht Club for Miss Sprouts. Sharing honors your

Today, two egg hunts have Kroemer of St Louis, MichIgan lived in the Clower house 40th ANNIVERSARY will be Mrs. W. C. Ratzell who is vacationing In Naples.Mr. reduced prices! Other items are saoi
been scheduled round town. At and Bob and Pat Wideman was transferred to Marco Is- Mr. and Mrs. John Odom Sr. and Mrs. H. B. Sipple of the White Sands have oia

_... ---, of Jerome celebrated their 40th had a fine time with visiting family. Their daughter, Mrs. still on sale at reductions up to 5O /t. ,oNAPLES
wedding anniversary and his Vic Bradford, Is with them along with daughter Vicki rn

., 81st birthday last Sunday at and Susan Shirley of Mexico City. Vicki and Susan attend
their daughter's home (Mrs. STORE
Bessie McMillan) In Russell Gulfport Junior College. Mr. Bradford and Bill aNIY'A

Park Fort Myers. Atthe(am- have finished their vacation and returned north. Mr. 339 5th Av. So. n

fly reunion, five of their children Bradford to Paris, Ky, and Bill to prep school in Chat 'sadab
w? a were there with their husbands

wives and 14 grandchild tanooga, Tenn. ::,, : ;,:' ,'W:111 I L.I fUl
ren and 3 gnat-g randchtldnn. Still more young people at the White Sands. Mrs. .

Mr and Mrs. Odom were mar Hugh Witt is entertaining her granddaughter Stephanie P' : ;

ried In Dlountstown in 1924 and Lowry. and three classmates from Colby Junior College. .M
aK came south In 1926. They have
M 1"
been residents of this area for
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ellsworth and Mr. and Mrs.A. ;;#,
many years. .To
,r This has been baby shower Richard have spent the winter season here togetheron ALL COTTONCoordinated )]I

r month In Everglades First 16th Avenue, South. They are avid fishermen, goingout

was one given for Beverly nearly every day But fish or no fish, the seasonis Group ti::"
.. Runkle at the home of Mary < tot
Is ,. Francis Morris Hostesseswere not complete until they celebrate Mrs. Richard's birth .1: tot
Mary Francis Morris and day. This they did in style Saturday, so now plans are Whit. with navy stitching: wash & wear

Catherine Tye. Guests present made for "breaking camp" and heading north. The .' IN: CUUOTS SHORTS SKIRTS

were Mary Nell Swain, Helen Ellsworths, who fly their own plane, leave Wednesday, SHIFTS JACKETS I
Atkins Dolly ,Marjorie
Thompson. Sarah Rlnday, Von- and the Richards leave about the 15th for Poughkeepsie, 1'

,. 4t die Davidson, Lois. Smith, N. Y.
Dime Gideon,. Manha lies and..i n Mr; 'and ':Mfi.'fdy"P: ? pii''fln'd"iori'"Bobll'Je'ftyes-' Priced from $5.00 to $9.95 IiI f frg

Juanita Weldon. This shower terday, Bob to return to Klske, and the Pemplns to their
was Just In time Wednesday,
t home Falls Ohio. Bill and John Slat-
3 In Chagrin Pempin
a "big" boy, weighing pounds
11 ounces was delivered to the terly are staying on with Bill's uncle and aunt, Mr. and I

Runkles. Beverly and baby are Mrs. James C. Anderson.The .

home now and receiving guests. Andersons arrived as the Pemplns left, and JOO got

PICTURED above is Miss Ruth Neal, school grounds. Some of the plantings STORK SHOWER will occupy their home on 17th Avenue, South, for the

instructor, and the Biology class of the can be seen along the edge of the Friday the 20th, Mavis first time. Others with the Andersons are their daughter r( .

I Everglades High School. This class has building.- Hughes and Joy Mae Potter honored Janet, a student at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, ai nu

begun the project of landscaping the land and as soon as he movedout a stork Dorothy shower.Ann Wheeler Guests present with and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Perry

the Baxters moved fn. were Jerry Mosher Mrs.Ivey Anthony of Rahway, N. J.
Lynn Dukes celebrated her Mrs. Call, Birdie Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Rob son have been visiting Mr. w. honor Am.rtcan Express

lo,. /; sixth birthday last Wednesdayand Dolly Ballard Vonclle David Robeson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Robeson of the b Credit Cards ,
I e"- Is anxiously looking for son, Lots Marie Evans Sarah sit AVI.
n ,, ward to starting school next> Rlndy Marjorie Thompson Harbour Club. Somctinm this week the four will leave to DOWNTOWN ,
by JJtar., Wood jJLjflDychea 't1 year.Gerald. and IrtsGarrettspent Mrs. C.H. Collier, Dale West return to their homes In Champaign, III. .. "1ff 1 t : j'<<>;.r: ,
Beach Club Scanty Salon MI 2-27SS moreland Alice illl. Gladys
LINGERING FINGERS GIRLS AND "CUALSCan't last Sunday with W.M. and Birdie McCrea Shirley Bonard, Joyce

Remember that phrase, fight hlitoryl: For [Elveda Garrett.Goff Dot Small- Carawan Smith Mrs.Joyce Bob Bateman Benson,Helen Lois Read the Want Ads

"Wind him around your centuries, men have wood and Mrs. Jesse Goff Sr. Atkins, Elveda Goff, Louvenla r J
ftn,er"t Many happily flipped, over curly 1 Wks. spent Wednesday In Fort My Drake and Juanita Weldon.
marrieds will My it all (King Arthur's men carried ers. While there they visited Tuesday, the 24th, M.G. lies NAPLES MOST MODERN
started when h. wound a eut-ofl curia Into Nathalee Summerall and family and Dolly Ballard were hostesses HAIR FASHION SALONThis
carl around .his. fondling battle.) Faihlon'a tired of and Carmellta Pike and fam at a shower honoring Week Special!
forefinfcr. That's why "relaxed" tresses the ily. Elveda says Nathalee and Barbara Duren. Guests pre ., Permanent
we're all excited about the kind that make one try Sammy have moved from Tice sent were MildredCookeDorothy I
lateit Puts beauty-scoop. to ,Hess if the girl real); Into Fort Myers. Nathalee Is Janes, Mary Nell Swain, Wave Reg. 125.00 $12.50 a -
The top stylists sty the carea how she looks now working as a nurse's aid Shirley Bonard, Mary Francis .
news of the day In curl Come, let us show you In Lee Memorial Hospital and Morris Sarah and Virginia Try Mr Wills New Body Hair M.kes! your set
the coiffure-touch how It feel to be really Is liking the job very much Rlndy Helena Wetsbecker stay better and keeps the frill out of your permanent., .
that'll make you feel "all- feminine with fashlonable Glenn Weeks, an employeeat Helen Atkins Becky Wooten,
,lrL" Curia have comeback new ringleU and the state prison at Deep Lake, Karen King,and Eva Mae Duren. WILLS HAIR FASHIONS' / .
Just completed a two week
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Guard's School In Largo and Drive Carefully And Lire 41' Mtfc **.. S* rlwo W Mia
a cue. ETCH If He says find these new coif twice a-
after a weekend at home, he
he love to sea your hair"natural" .a f1attrinc- we r. :;' ..
Is to attend Sergeant's School. 'Z'.x. ;;< 'T ,:. '
hell curl up /: / : .:;>;>./ : ;..
and Tina Johnson and
over your new Curly Look. /
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handkerchiefs six excellent quality y

handkerchiefs with three letter l I

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rMv if you know that somewhere in Madeira t
ff skilled monoKrammer Is creating something
O beautiful for you personally or
for you to ,Iv.. What better idea Is o R OM"go\tJlle.\
there for a thoughtful Christmas gift

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Beach Club Women : Eagle Runners

Close To Win

Entering Last RoundOf : At Fort MyersIn

their first meet of the young

track season, Naples High SPJRTS
Handicap TourneyOn School's track team just missed

finishing on top In a four-wa- I

Schmucker Chance. 7. meet Thursday afternoon at Fort . . . . . . . . .
Tuesday, March 24, the ( Myers..
members of the Beach Club Wom.n' 11:15 .. Betts Hackett Pie Host Lee Junlor-Senlor edged
dabaugh Beggs. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 29, 1964
Golf Association not par. the Eagle trackmen, 78 M to 8
tlclpatlng In the "Invitational 11:20: Roland Youker 74 3-4, while Immokalee had
Tournament" at Cypress Lakes Capelle Dixon. 59 points and Fort Myers Junior
played a first, second and third 11:2 .. Cladding K. Jones High 30. Rodney Earnshaw, a GOLFBy
low.net tourney. Stevens Adams. senior competing in track for the PLAY BETTER
Mesdames Edwards and Abbott 11:30 Brown I. Jones first year, paced Naples by win.
tied for first low.net (75). S,. Paul Barclay. nine points In four events. Tommy Armour
cond low.net was won by B. Nine-hole group as follows: Earnshaw won the hilf.mlle
Sherwood (77)), and third low. 11:33 .. Blair Evans Chlcker. with a time of 2:15.7, finished
net L. Powers (76)). Ing Klauder. third In the discus, fourth In Get In Balance
The pairings for the fourth and The winners In the in. the high jump, and fourth in
final round In the 72-hole "An. vltatlonal Tournament at the Cy. the broad jump. Besides Earn. r/ is a two-handed two-sided
nual Handicap Tournament" press Lake Country Club from Shaw's first place In 880 Naples GOLF la a general way the
scheduled for Tuesday, March Naples were A. Brumflel (low took four other Individual first right-handed golfer swings with his
31, are as follows gross), E. Haynes had the least places and won the half-mile f left and hand and hits with his
\ arm
11:00: Abbott McCune number of putts. I. McCune and relay and mile relay. side. In golf
Williams ernell N. Johnson tied to win (Low.net). Bruce Lamartine, popularly right hand and right
11:03: Brumflel Eckard. known as "Strider," won the the left side elements are primarilyfor
Montgomery Marsh. 100.)'ard dash with a time of control and the right side ele

11:10 Sherwood Sedgwlck Golfers 11:1: seconds. Jackie Kline and ments' are for power. The essential
Eagle '. t tlr Wally Fredrickson followed him thing for good golf is to get

Beautiful Coqulna Sand Lot' across the finish line In a 1.2-3 Swing the, 11 'O sides balanced and

Low I960 price only I50. Finish ThirdAt -- sweep for Naples. Hit / working together perfectly.

Set this superb homeelte this TROPHY which will be emblematicof the cup will remain with the associa The track team has been prac. \ I That means you've got to start

I weal' *G. H. LUFF* Fort MyersThe club championship of Big Cypress tion. Eying the trophy with ambitionsto but tiring despite with makeshift these rudimentary hurdles, Work hands together co-ordinated.with the right This and left calls hands for

Reg. R. E. Broker Naples Senior High School Women's Golf Association went on dis be the first to win it are three lady practice conditions, John Bass \ hands being close togetheron

L Ul tth St. N. golf team finished third In the play yesterday at the clubhouse. The golfers who will be competing In the placed hurdles first with In a the clocking 180-yard of 24.3 low your the grip and the last three fingersof

H W. CLOUSEftrtprennng triangular match held yesterdayat winner of the championship tourney tourney (I l-r) Mrs. Shirley Unkeless, seconds. Walter Ritchie won the {J'I the left hand holding the club
the Fort Myers Country Club.
IheMETIIO'OUTAN 440 in 57.S and Bob Koch was 1 than the right hand fingers
It was the first Inter-school golf scheduled for April 7-8-9, will have Mrs. Coleman Boyd and Mrs. Edward stronger
LIFE first In the 220 In a time of because! the left hand: is a bit weaker
INSURANCE COMPANY competition! for the local team. her name engraved on the. trophy, but Reeves. (NEWS photo) 25.9. hand will

I -.. 4_....Tot 10.M, .I Fort Myers high school play. Tom Bernard picked a se and the stronger right
Life and Personal' Accident ars won the match with a four Big Cypress Gals aglke91ati4i. ... 'altx.ASsial up ruin the balanced unity if the left
cond place for the Eagles with
and Health Insurance man score of 323. Rlvervlew of ; l-n't deliberately equalized.
a good effort In the mile run.
;; t.2: Bo))_*9i UI' ,on Sarasota took second with 335 Announce PairingsFor ; NaplesFlotilla |1 Steve Clark was third In the IIHM( bjr The Chli.go Trlbuiu
und Naples had 368. OnBoating
'Qualifying' Tips I shot put. Randy Harris was fifth
Bob Ellers was low man for
: 3 In the 440 Fredrickson fourth
460 ft. Trail frontage Naples shooting 434285. other Members of the Big Cypress i i In the 220, Koch tied for fifth
players and scores were: Brad Women's Coif Association ves. play after that because Howard
USCGAIn i In the 100, and the medley re.:11ay .
1100.060 1 ; Unkeless, 47-44-fll; Ray Ethers, terday competed for low net :I team second.Braves Wally Moon RebelsAt got hot, hitting IS of his 28 horn
72 ACTM NcavhM I Bay BM4.85| and Al Foster, 8443. honors In three classes. Mrs. Part-Time Play ers after the All Star break. I
97. Coleman and the with
Boyd Mrs. Frank Wally finished season
effort to smoke out "Seal of Safety" to all boats
: t.a: Ernest Truby led the winning Unkeless finished In a tie for an more board Giants VERO BEACH Fla. (AP) .262 but owns a .291 lifetime
boatowners fall they and It will
than 60,000 who Inspect.
lji trE1Fa mil ... CleW- Fort Myers team with a score first place honors In Class A. be honored Wally Moon Is the last of the,'
ed avoided by the Coast Guard.
or deliberately re.registering
.n aces $T,2W. 374077.. Class B was won by their craft last Starting April 1, as a trial in Teams To Beat mavericks.Walter Alston's A pawn In Manager Helen burtonq ;
Mrs. Charles Carr. Mrs Jane platoon pattern,
>Eo New York Yankee Manager autumn, authorities have gone Florida Coast Guard Boarding the third L south
Los Angeles Dodger out. *
Ellsberg, breaking 100 for the i
G. N.LYfu::;.,ar Yogi Berra who appeared In 75 first time, copped top honors into high gear afloat.with an Inspection teams sticker.will also It will Issue be an honoredby inspec.tlon Says Bavasi! fielder constantly rebels at be. rfJ jiteTr
World Series stroked program
games never In Class C. Low putt honors Ing a part time player.
411 lilt it.. 'N.. a three-base hit In the fall went to Mrs. B. C. Stevenson. It's producing results. Boat. the state. "I'm a better ball player
Ing Council boarding teams In No one displaying any of the .w
clastic. It was announced that April VERO BEACH' (AP)- The when I'm In there every day"
Florida are issuing hundreds of three safety stickers will be
general of the Los
manager he
2 has been scheduled keeps telling his manager.But .
as "quail
THAT rlfAIL IS RouGH fylng day" for members of the warnings and citations every stopped afloat so long as they Angeles Dodgers has abandonedhis Alston, unmindful of the d,
association planning to play for month, for Improper registration are valid. attempts to trade for a third veteran's plea, continues to play of> .
oN BoY ANo10W/ _,;'ft.-.r the club championship. or other violations. About ten per baseman and says he considersSan the left-handed hitting Moon In .1:1)4
cent Involve NO SKIPPER can complain of -
mandatory court
ap. Francisco and Milwaukeethe
Starting times and pairings spots, usually against the essyftj(
JusT / MA6NEYov'o ? have been announced. follows pearances.The Coast. Guard Auxiliary "harassment"spect Ion.. The due authorities to multiple wantto In. teams to beat for the.Nation. stronger right-handed pitchers t'-ittla I Coquina Shop, (0
..... 0 a.m. Mrs. Coleman Boyd al League championship."I "I am not criticizing the ..klp.per's '
BE rHE.lloW. Mrs. Edward Reeves, Mrs. Ed. courtesy motorboat examinationand stop It as much as you do. would like to trade for a policy," said Moon. "In Patio Bldg. i.-
win Du Bane and the decal awarded to boats it Is costing them needless man hard-hitting third baseman," fact, his two platoonlng has
Mrs. Frank
Unk.'. n that pass It, are free to you hours better spent In chasing said E. J. (Buzzle) Bavasl, "andI proved very successful And I'm
FL y4//9PhS4IRuNEf 9:10 Mrs. William McGlnnls In Naples. true offenders. get a lot of mall urging that I sure it's helped certain players.But .
THE:: DECAL Is honored afloat So you can take an Impor.
make a deal for Ken Boyer (of not me. The best year I've .F
.Mrs. Warren Sackman Mrs.
If you display it, you gain this tant step right now to spare St. Louis)) If I could make a ever had was In 1961, when I ,
Charles Carr and Mrs. C. W. further
positive benefit Inspection trade that would guarantee an. played against all types of pitch.
CHECK and DOUR CHICK Damon. You will not be boarded, or afloat. other pennant, I would do It. Ing. I batted .328 that season
9:20 Mrs. James Wilson
even stopped. Arrange for a free Coast Guard But to get a Boyer, you have to and drove In 88 runs.
Mrs. Ben Ruhl, Mrs. Don Jones, Authorities are aware of the Auxiliary courtesy motorboat
give up something equally valu. In the past two years, Moon
\\nft DIINBARS ,sUP IS.l' and Mrs. William Dlddel. fact multiple Inspections haveoccurrcjd.They examination which is actually able. Besides we have a young. has had to share the right fieldJlertbit
.. f All matches will be.played.April < don't want t to. stiffen.than"the, law jraqulres. Cater (rookie John Werhas),wht\ FraT I d
: RetJlrPay.ast.r; 7.8.9, with a luncheon to take the 'fun out of boating _''It yon fall,' there Is no citation: looks like he might do the job." Moon f got little kItl opportunity\ WW v(to" I .e.
... follow rounds on April 9, at but they have a responsibility you,are just told what should be Bavasl labeled the Giants as*
Check Protector -. $25.00 up which time awards will be madeto to track down the evasive and corrected. If you correct It, you the most Improved team In the '
v REPAIRSAND the winners. Irresponsible minority. Last will be given the decal.
r BUSINESS MACHINES SALES league. "They got what they I
RENTALS FREE. PROMPT Other members of the asso. year, for example, the Auxiliary After that no more boarding. needed* when they got the two f!
l' P Jr DELIVERY SERVICE: elation will compete In a medal examined 25,000 craft, Coast Be prepared for a chock An pitchers (Bob Shaw and Bob i ifl
low net tournament, with tee. Guard boarding teams Inspected amazing number of boats can't Hendley from Milwaukee last HOLLANDSALLEY
715 Mh: Are. $.. MI S-MSI off times after 9:30: a.m., on another 30,000 boats, and the pass it even new ones, thanksto winter," he said "And that DOES IT BETTER

April 2. Florida Boating Council board.ed Irresponsible boat builders; same trade helped the Braves-
....... 40,000 more It Is only one. who don't know as much as they It gave them about as much INC.
third of the boats In Florida, think they do about the law. punch as there Is In the league."
despite the record figure. But arrange right now Meanwhile, outfielder Frank Pretty things comeback 9Rlggtots

To avoid duplication of their for the examination, TelephoneMI Howard was expected to reportfor 850 5th AVE., S.
%d /a own efforts, they are Increas. 2-5072 training-four weeks late- looking "partyperfect" NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture
Ing the safety sticker program. If responsible skippers\ did thisIt t"day while the Dodger varsity time!
In addition to the Auxiliary de. will leave the authorities free tieked to Bradenton for an ex. every
cal, which saves the skipper from to chase down Invaders. hlbltlon against Kansas City

CAN BE PURCHASED IN FOUR SEPARATE being stopped afloat, these new And you won't lose any more Howard, who abandoned his re.
steps are being taken fishing or cruising time on week.
tirement earlier In the week a
PARCELS, OR IN ITS ENTIRETY . As of now, the Florida Boat. ends. was stranded In Chicago late Rugs,
Ing Council will issue Its own Friday because of Gifts Accessoriesand
a1Me eta flan AM LOS ANGELES (AP) John Objets d'art
t mI1 Fennel the world's first 17-foot
m fIm om
pole vaulter, ought to make It a THREE PERFECT SHOTS m not to be foundelsewhere.
Ieev .. jv AC. habit to borrow polea. BOSTON (AP) Dean Prentice
When Fennel scaled 16 feet veteran left winger of the From dainty dresses to .
f r outdoors for the first time last Boston Bruins, says he will al- e e
n re .6 rsf TERMITES* March,he reached the height with ways remember the 11-0) trounce durable work duds, we

WORK ALL YEAR a borrowed pole. In his second ing his teammates gave the give each garment the Visit
indoor meet of the .season the Maple Leafs in Toronto on Jan. our furnished model
special care It requires ,
ua AROUND native of Coral Gables Fla., 18. Prentice took three shots and apartments at Carriage

reached 16 feet 4V* Inches. It each one found the netting. U Club, La Tour Rivage andYankee's
was his nut time over 16 feet Another oddity of the game

Indoor was that all goals were scored Naples Laundry landing.
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resourceful In adapting them French toast, and hot chocolate. many was presented by the King Sunday, March 29, 1X4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9 I
selves, and found, camping Is fun, After cleaning up the Scout House, fisher Patrol. All troop mem. Pope Carries
rain or not Pauline Bibee has the troop bought charcoal and r.. hers wish to thank those who heavily, in many parts of the way through the procession, in
G\tl\ Seoul Notes written such a good account, of turned to Camp Timberford. helped make their camp.out the 8 Foot CrossIn world," he said "The church of which papa participation is un.
the weekend, we will quote: "Plans were made InSemlnole weekend of the 20th such a suc. silence is still the suffering usual.
"After school Friday, March Lodge for the Cadette Council cess. church, the patient church and, The procession symbolized the
'BY 20th, Troop 124 gathered at the Camporee at Camp Hon Hanta ProcessionBy In some places, the suffocated Way of the Cross and Included
MRS. E. W. TtMBERLAKK Scout House to load equipmentand April 10, 11th, and 12th. Shelley Neighborhood 7 Association church." 14 stops marking episodes of
Publicity, 2-4783 food Into cars of parents, Stahlman was elected as troop meeting held March 23rd at Bonl. BENNET M. BOLTON His denunciation of Commu. Christ's road to Calvary. The
Mr. Harris, Mr. Boynton, Mr. representative for the Camporee ta Springs Community Hall was VATICAN CITY (AP) TheRoman nisi oppression led'iom.observe first four stops were Inside the
CarrMrs. Coe and Mrs. Blbee. Camp Council, Pauline Blbee, attended by some 401eaders from Catholic Church turned ers to believe he Is working to Colosseum, the other 10 outside
Troop 211 was hostess to the 211 are Mrs. Ed Belavek and Arriving at Camp Timberford, alternate. Diamond Patrol built Fort M>ers, Fort Mjers Beach, today from the special rites of revive the church's attitude to. on the way up Palatine Hill.
ird grade Brownies from Troop Mrs. R. L. Ackerman. Mary we set up camp site with two the fire for lunch. Daisy Patroldid Estero 3onlta Springs and Na Holy Saturday "SnTTTs prayers ward Marxism as it was in the
E72 at their last meeting, Thurs. Helen Corwin, Senior Scout, assisted new tents (purchased with cookie camp chores, while King pies. Exhibits were arranged for of promise to the fulfillment of reign of Plus XII. Gives Fiftieth
day, March 26th.The Dove Patrol the troop. A new mem. money funds), a tent borrowed fisher Patrol cooked hamburgers exchange of Ideas in handcraft, Easter the ressurect of Christ. Pope John XXIII spoke out
resented the colors, while ber, Roberta Anslow, was wet from Dr. Moore, and one of the made walking salad, and posters, etc. and Seniors manneda Pope Paul VI carried an against communism many times Easter Sermon
Tumbleweed Patrol made name corned Into the troop. Mrs. E.W. troop's pup tents.Kingfisher Pat served the meal. Mrs. Timber. visual aid program showing eight-foot wooden cross In a during his reign of less than '
lags of two designs, the trefoild Timberlake and mascot, Ginger, rot set up 'kitchen sinks' and lake, and mascot Ginger,enjoyed Day Camp slides with accom. penitential Good Friday proces. five ears. He yielded no ground GEORGETOWN, Ohio (AP- :
Girl Scout sign, for their were guests at the meeting. The cleaned 'Palmetto Palace', the luncheon with the troop at the panIng script prepared by the slon at the ancient Colosseum In doctrinal resistance to com The Rev. William Frey has been ''
ests. Each of the five patrols troop planning an outdoor meet. latrine. Daisy Patrol gathered new dining table under the chlkee. Public Relations Seniors. Friday night. Vatican historyhas munlsm, but he stressed charityand pastor of the same Lutheran :'
acted out the Girl Scout lawsor Ing at Camp Timberford next fire wood and found it was difficult Karen Hultzen and Pam Coe, Film strips on "Our Chalet"In no record of a Pope ever gentleness mora than out. Church for half a century and
the Brownies. Bobwhites had week In preparation for an over. to start their fire as the Senior Scouts, worked with the Switzerland, "Our Cabana"In before bearing a cross in a re.liglous right condemnation. Sunday he will preach his 50th
charge of refreshments and the night later in the spring. wood was wet. (New fireplacesnow Cadettes on lashing skills, com Mexico, were shown, and visual procession.In Pope Paul spoke after he had Easter sermon.
[Rose Patrol made table decora. make It possible to store pass and pacing training. Mrs. aid slides on craft with a speech Vatican experts walked from the huge amphl. George Wright, owner of a ,
41ons. Bluejays helped with a Troop 124, Cadette Scouts, hada wood under shelter)Diamond Pa. Allen Bibee and Mrs. Robert needle and paper were displaced. capped the strongest papal de. theater to a spot near the pagan general store, said he has heard '*
iame. The program ended witha most satisfactory camp.out des. trol cooked supper which consist. Coe camped with the 16 mem. Refreshments provided by the nunclation of communism temple of Venus on PalatineHill. all 49 previous Easter messag.
Friendship Circle and the sing. plte Inclement weather last week. ed of tuna chowder, tossed salad bers of the troop, plus the two Service Teams were enjoyed, years, the Pope condemned The 66.jear.old pontiff took es "and hopes to hear many
|lng of taps. Leaders of Troop end. Like true Scouts they were with thousand Island dressing, Senior Scout aides. It was a and songs were taught by Mrs. Communist treatment of Roman. up the roughhewn! cross half. more."
mt rolls, root.bpr, and 'lots wonderful weekend! Robert Gregg, Naples trainer. Catholics as a modern-day cruc. -i ..
&U yoUR TICKEr nores' and 'some mores' for It was a most Interesting and Iflxlon.It .
aPli4 lessert. Supper was eaten aroundhe At their meeting Monday,Mar enjoyable meeting for all lead was his most dramatic ape 40 ACRES ON STATE HIGHWAY
RIGHT oN THRavGH; camp fire and Girl Scout ch 23, Troop 124 divided into two ers who found many program pearance in the solemn ritualsof T0 ,ISLES OF CAPRI|
ft'vRrp. v)I .ongs were sung. After a good patrols for the Camporee at Camp Ideas in the exchange of pro Holy Week, and 100,000 pea
:fsi LO6GfGEr : light's sleep, we awoke Satur. Hont Hanta, as follows: Jects of other troops. pie crowded Into Colosseum AND MARCO ISLAND !
CLUBS AND Patrol I Leader Rebecca Me. Square in a light rain to see
\Ifl. Jay to find rain pouring down, : Property all cleared
l f \ ok' Yo" nod too wet for fire of any Gill, assistant,Shelley Stahlman, --- him.A. Light, Telephone,
r ind, so we packed up break. Finance manager,Stephanie Me .ly, FROM LITTLE moral but heavy crucifixion and Public Water Service.
> ast food In Mrs. Coe's car, Gill; recorder, Sally Corwin; is still going on, the Pope declared .
/iJ"'R. Y /llIlLEoS ,9/AL./NE.s ind all went to the Scout House transportation officer, Kathy I'ISPARKS.': and Christ could ask Ills'modern PHILIP N. KEYESP.
o cook breakfast of grape Juice, Boynton; Commissary Dept., and able persecutors"of
Diane Forrester; equipment, % today why they are persecute O. Box 1306 Naples, Florida
Gerry Ward; Health ai.d Safety ing Him.
Committee, Janet Carr, Mary *FlRES "The body of Christ is cruel MI 2-2780 t tI
Bibee and Linda Lange. fled even today, morally but I
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JWQ/1x leader; assistant, Pauline Bl { "
bee; finance, Peggy Coe,
recorder, Toni Belavek; trans
portatlon, Diane Harris;commissary .
Easter Chris Aurlt; Health and : .
Safety Committee, Diane Pettit THANK
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If yon know before. :
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going to do some eitract:

J oy/ully/ ice celebrate the miracleof leg, there's a dietary. Due to your tremendous response, our Grand'Opening
method of materially reducing "
the after-pala. For was a huge success. We hope we .
24 hours
example I For
Easter. For you and those you love, we before and 48 hours fol.
continue in the service.Jerry's
may to serve you .
lowing the extraction, eat
plenty of citrus fruits and
wish this time may be most drink a lot of citrus "S '+'fat
Juices. Put away at least
a quart of milk a day, Cleaners

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cheese, alcohol tea and I "
coffee should be avoided. .
However, don't avoid FULL YEAR
the old
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday March 29, 1964 gambling in this mountain city
Refugees From
resort city several weeks ago. Big Housing
lions at Hot Springs to close aft Investigators said the city hare
Cuba Reach State
Hot Springs er Saturday's( action. bored the biggest Illegal opera.
Ermey's announcement came tlon In the nation. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Forty DevelopmentFor
Casinos Told
Friday night, several hours aft. Faubus' action came one day Cuban refugees In at least tour
To Close DoorsHOT er Gov. Orval E. Faubus after the Arkansas House adopt. different craft, one of them a ImmokaleeA
warned that If the city did not ed 91.3 a resolution condemning rowboat, reached Florida Fri.
SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) close the casinos, state troopers the gambling and calling on day 240-untl
Police Chief John Ermey has would be sent In to do the job. Garland County-Hot Springs Three of them Identified them. housing develop- !
told owners of the illegal multl.mllllondollar The U.S. Department of Jus. offIcials to shut down their big. selves as Havana University went apparently for migrant 4'F r
gambling. opera. tlce.launched. .an Investigation of Best Industry. medical students. laborers, is planned by an east
coast firm on the southern out
skirts of Immokalee. .
Estimated cost of this pro. e
Ject, which will consist of nine r a

HATS OFF! Another Fine Addition Toa I be concrete-block$365,000, according buildings to, fig.will

ures on a permit in the coun
Growing Naples : ty building office. Eight of
TO F. B. SCHRECKCONSTRUCTION i the buildings will consist of .
CO. 'THEKEYSTONE housing units, and the ninth will
house offices and a dining*aU. t
The permit which was issued
BUILDING March 19 without details PLANS FOR PARKING cars at this ley, Jaycee general chairman for the

THEKEYSTONE a being made to the public at morning's Easter Sunrise Service i in Sunrise Service; Charles Holt, presidentof
that time was voided shortly Caribbean Gardens was the problem the Naples Jaybees; Henry Cabal
therea/ter. Approval must be
BUILDINGA ACCOUSTICAL CEILING given first by the Florida Ho before this group of Naples Jayceesand lero, Jaycee board advisor to the Jay-

and tel and Restaurant Commission Jaybees Thursday night. Naples bees Jack Slottag, assistant Jaycee
beautiful new addition to f' VINYL FLOORS county building official Jaybees will handle the parking. In adviser; and Rick Johnson, secretaryof

an equally beautiful city IkYFLOORING- Carl Clemmer noted. the picture from left are: Gary Hens- Jabees. (NEWS photo)
This approval Is expected _
PLUMBING BY within a short time and ano- retary. He flew to California to
FOX ( COMPANYSo. ther building permit then will Salinger Gets declare his candidacy estab. British Aerialist
Courtesy Plumbing Co be Issued. The County Is hold- lished a 9.p Francisco hotel Survives 40-Foot
Ing a $ 67.50 check,represent residence, hired a battery of
Ing the permit fee, to apply tc Green LightOn lawyers, campaigned allover Fall In Dallas
the new permit. the 700.mlle.long state and
DALLAS, Tex (AP)-Circus
mounted the Supreme Court
of will
Owner the complex
CandidacySAN fans British aerialist Ann
MI 24248 Tamiami Trail WE 6-1556 saw
be Immokalee Housing Authority fight."I'm Bowbray 19, survive a 40footfall
941 4th Ave. N. Naples Fort.Mytrs and J.P. Callaway of West FRANCISCO (AP)-With 38, In Los elated Angeles said Friday Salinger when, to a packed dirt floor Fri.
Palm Beach apparently will do a champagne toast and a yell, he heard the court had ruled In day night.
the construction work. The "the campaign Is on I" Pierre his favor and against the Repub. Doctors said Miss Mowbray,
check for the permit fee was Salinger celebrated the Callfor. lie an secretary of state, FrankM. from Blackpool, England, suffered .
-drawn by Permaporte another nla Supreme Court order declir. Jordan. compound fractures of
east coast corporation. Ing he Is a legal candidate for Jordan had refusedjSallnger's both ankles, broken ribs and an
the Democratic nomination for Injury to one shoulder. She was
We Are candidacy papers on the
Proud .
CLEARING SITE U.S. senator. grounds that the ex.newsman reported In fair condition.She
Our Congratulations B was the last of a series of had violated state election code was swinging by a neck
Site for this
TO HAVE TAKEN PART IN THIS FINE clearing construction developments that started collar suspended from a part.
requirements covering party at.
TO NEW ADDITION TO NAPLESI I work has begun. March 19 when Salinger re. filiation and length of state res. ner's teeth. One of her feet
approved, the building signed as presidential press sec. Idency. brushed a guy wire and she fell
permit will be the largest issued .
F. B. SCHRECK . . by Clemmer's office since -
a the 1961 government center
I Construction Co. work.

Upon Completion of the Clemmer signed 15 building It's Now t tNAPLES'
THEKEYSTONE permits during the week Just
ended representing $76.558
KEYSTONE BUILDING worth of new constriction.
BUILDINGOur Whitaker and Nicholas are
building a $14,640 Pine Ridge NEWEST

sincere congratulations to F. B. Schreck, residence for Dewey Craig. Addition To a growing businessarea.

Construction Co., upon Its completion. out Florida four permits Forest Service for $26,878 took We are happy to have beena

r INSULATION worth of construction work at part of making it possible.
their Collier fire headquarters
eY ] . . east County of the airport.

L WEST COASTINSULATION One permit covered two $5,
500 houses, another the $ ,5oo The
fire tower, and the other two
Thompkins Tile COe Inc. permits a $7,200 shop buildingwith
dimensions of 24 by 60
Kelly Rd. Phone Naples MI 2-4156 feet, and a $3,178 office build- KEYSTONE BUILDING
1218 Marion ED 4-1550 ing. The forest service listed
2562 Lafayette Phone Ft. ED 23041WE'RE
Fort Mytrt Myers Itself as contractor for the
The State Farmers Market

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iT. 000 at its watermelon shed. &
Rudy Ceracl Is building a 30

by 60-foot temporary melon I AIR CONDITIONING I
shed at Immokalee for 3000.
State Homes Inc. Is construct-
ing a $6,000 real estate office
for Carroll 0. Roney.J. .
Raslmowtcs Is building a

PROUDWE R.E.$6,400 Pine Lewis house Ridge Is for In installing East$4,000.Naples.a M.U poolIn Courtesy Soles & Service

Dejarnette is making a $2,640
addition to his home In Naples MI 2-4248
Manor. Earl Dampier building 941 4th Ave. N. Naples, Fla.LOOK .
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AgendaThe ," .
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I -' 9 a.m. meeting of Naples City .. .:
Council: :; :r
1-Call to order. .
2 Invocation.
3. Reading of minutes of
previous meetings.
4 -Old business:
a. Award contract for E.
Naples pumping station
and additions to Water FtL
Treatment Plant No. 2.
b.Board Zoning and Planning 1 1MARKIITS
special meeting on
proposed vacation of 19th j
Avenue South
between 1st 1
Street&Gordon Dr.
c. Zoning Board of Ap- rrrll
peals Application No. 111
from Mr. and Mrs.George
M. Galt/re-varlance of 15 BREAKFAST CLUBEVAPORATED
feet front yard setbackfor
proposed residence facIng -
19th Ave. S., between1st
Street South & Gordon
d. Discussion of street
name changes.
e. Public Hearing ((10:00a.m. :
.) to hear complaintsor o down produce lane e
objections to the revision -
of Section 28-140., as
follows "All regular meet-
Sweet Western
C.IIo Packed
Ings of the Zoning Board of
Appeals shall be held on
call on the first Tuesday of =
each month and emergency .. CARROTSJ
meetings shall be held on
call of the Chairman."

f. .)Public to hear hearing complaints((10:30a.m. ". ;; limit 6 per customer with

or objections to the vacation L ;
of northerly portion (
of the certain N-S alley
Block 9, Tier 'T, running j
from 11th Ave. S. to the GREEN Pk5CSTAMPS
t intersection with the E- ,
W alley Block 9, Tier 7, ., -
retaining unto the City all ,
't .
the utility rights therein. '
5. New business: __
a. Receive bids for pay
ing Broad Ave. S. between PRICES EFFECTIVE fi
8th St. and Bay of Naples .
((10:00 a.m. EST). I MON., TUES., WED., a ,
b. Relocation of 22nd Avenue MAR. 30, 31 APRIL 1 1,1964 r }
North railroad cross-
c. Amendment of Section
26-16 ((2)) and ((1)) of the
Code of Ordinances of the
City( of Naples re connectIng -

service.charges for city water dairy specials ,

d. Request from Greater t
Naples Little League Inc., Pillibury's Tasty ..
to Install portable con- -
cession stand in Gambler Apple Turnovers
Park. yyr
I e. Correspondence. 14-os. 49c :
6. Reports: pkg.
a. Parks Board and Recreation -
Board joint meet-
Ing.b. Pillsbury's Delicious Y '
Contractor's Examining qtr x (
Board. Blueberry Turnovers
c. Building Code RevIs- '
ion Committee. 14-oz.
d. Zoning and Planning 49
Board: pkg.
1)) Application from P.A.
Irmlnger Sr., for home occupation SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN
license at 751 frozen foods s
11th Ave. S; Type: Regis-

Home tered occupations land surveyor permittedIn Zone: Stouffer' Frozen HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!

"E" Single Family District -
Macaroni & Cheese

2)) Interpretation as height BONELESSROUND
regulations In"F" Multifamily 3 12-oz. 'I
district. .
3)) Consideration of a change
In zoning ordinance regard- CROSSE & BLACKWELL STEAK
Ing future setbacks for construction Birds Eye Frozen
(assorted flavors
on the Gulf of Mex )
ico. Broccoli Spears

7 Adjourn. 3 Pkgs.79c JELLIES C

Zoning AgendaA I Ib. 79

special meeting of the Zon- FOP Flavor PerfectSliced
ing and Planning Board will be
held at 9 a.m., March 31, to beets 303 TOtJiffy j ti
consider the following agenda: can
1-Discuss vacation of 19th
Avenue.South. White, Yellow, Devils; Food FNhCakeMixes


.. Dole HowolJon Sliced limit 1 per customer with
BIRTH MONTH.. #2 purchases of $3 or more it-,
Pineapple can 3ft J't; I
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Silver King J" Green PLEASURE'I
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60-ct. bot. STORE
Mil-un .r MI 2.3,41 ..... Wool. A Mon. Thurs.
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MOVING TO FLORIDA? 50ml!,. TeAm50I 8:30.9:00 Friday: I
Lowest .
Rat -BM* 4 Driv.
.n, Modem dpacct. Stun. JlI/ Green Stamps eMARKOETSe& Saturday

pI. Rate aVtwcca Nabs I .+....e__..1,.'d....Ii 8:30.7:00: _
: 20e IU. 4tOt lbs JERGEN'S LOTION
OMt'M co.t you 5'/ .os. bot. 59c + tax
New York. IMUt fMl.lt M42.U$Ml4tCklcaf 1'1' .Min* Mto4. A.ril| I. .... P't i i150mll

CUrcUid 'IH." ,1S..2t
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F.rt My.rm, .P.>U G.rfe.CkarlotU lfISOJ1l 150mlp50 leAm50I SO O lp'FREE O 50I

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FUrUa ....t .c. call c.lfe KRAFTS stampJ Jahnsen'i Jubilee! Wax 14-e1 situ 75 WISH40M KAISER BROILER FOIL

t-PkMM MS'llSI. 18-0.. Jar Kltor' Floor Wax 44-ez. can $1.5 2 ..... bot.StamPJ'wi. per ''L1 45c.rt
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"/\ c4 ment building a delightful blending of home ?
rg, ownership and apartment living. Because of the Stock CertUtCate,
: apparent confusion about what a condominium is ,,,-' '.
M1, .,dy: and how it works we have stated the facts below for ;,
,..:r"t: :' your convenience in determining the type of housing -
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iiuiiiniuiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iuiiiiuiiitiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mn become an owner of a Gulf Towers apartment it first is neces- uultmuunmomuulnmuunw', ,, "unmm:: "nluununuumunuuunulmlmmmtuumnnnmomun, ,,,"',, ,, ,,, ,, ,,,, ,,, ,, I
sary to apply and be: accepted as a member of Gulf Towers of Naples,
SPECIAL FEATURES: Inc, a non-profit corporation, presided over by the Board of Directors SPECIAL FEATURES -
The Board of Directors is nj?ade up entirely by owners, electedby :
S Over 1380 sq. ft of living. space in. ", who ,administer 'the', affairs of the corporation and S Professional "in-residence". man-
each apartment. 0 are guide by corporate by-laws prjefly: the corporate by-laws are agement.v .

General Electric kitchens with common sense rules established for the protection and well-being of /-Largest private balconies in Naples -
each owner, including control of leasing and resale. Acceptance for
counter top range and oven, re with Gulf or inland water-
frigerator-freezer, dishwasherand membership is mandatory prior to formal contract and transfer of way view with each apartment.
food luminous ownership exactly as in the most exclusive residential areas of the
disposal, country. ./ Private white sand beach.
ceiling, stainless steel double-
compartment sink. METHOD OF PURCHASEA J Over-sized express elevator.

/ Closet space galore plus 9' x 4' private Gulf Towers apartment may be purchased by cash or on terms. */ Vinyl asbestos floor covering in
storage room in individual Each owner receives a Warranty Deed to his apartment with all the kitchen; ceramic tile in baths
rights a Deed provides. The owner benefits from the same Federaltax
carport. advantages as in private home ownership. He is not financially Landscaped lawns and gardens
I / Owned land, not leased. entangled with other occupants of the building nor is he responsiblefor with underground watering

/'Low monthly maintenance defaults by other apartment owners. In contrast to the all-cash system.
charge. or the high down payment and short amortization period required */ Maid's dressing room and lockerson
/ when purchasing a cooperative, yojr Gulf Towers condominium apart- ground floor.
Conventional real estate financ- ment be purchased with conventional real estate
may financing. ./ Covered entrance and parking.
ing available. Your capital funds are therefore left free to keep on earning income. =
./ S Fireproof construction.
Individually controlled centralair OWNERSHIP RIGHTS OF APARTMENT TRANSFERThe
conditioning and heatingfor owner of a condominium apartment has the right to sell, deed, >/ Separate lobby with locked indi-
each apartment. 1 lease (with depreciation) or trade (possibly tax free) his own apart- vidual mailboxes.
/ Two telephone outlets plus two ment at any time to any purchaser who is approved by the Board of ./ Windows have tiled sills and can
TV outlets in each apartment. Directors and is so stated in the corporate by-laws of Gulf Towers of be cleaned from within your
/ Double sliding glass doors on all Naples, Inc. (This provision is for the protection of every owner as apartment.
it maintains the desirable character of future owners by having the
balcony openings.v"'Soundengineered right of first refusal to purchase.) %/ Fully carpeted corridors.

construction. OWNED LAND / Two separate entrances for each

*./ Club Room with all-electric GE The Culf Towers property is owned and is part of Gulf Towers of apartment.
kitchen and serving bar. Naples, Inc No high ground rental is included in the cost of your ,/ Customized formica kitchen cab-
v Dressing rooms directly off pool Gulf Towers apartment. The owners can never be plagued by jeop- inets in all kitchens.

deck. the ardy land.MONTHLY of .investment arising from the lessor's transactions involving / Moorings Country Club member-

,Complete laundry room facilitieson ship.
each floor. CHARGES ft / Formica vanities in baths.
The purchasers of Gulf Towers apartments are protected from excessive -
,. Interior corridors throughout. monthly charges because there is no ground rental to pay v/ Fresh water swimming pool and
../'Two master-size bedrooms and nor is there a building or land mortgage to pay. ,Monthly chargesare patio set in a tropical garden
two decorator-styled baths with therefore kept at a minimum and are only for )MAINTENANCEof overlooking the Gulf Mexico.
heat and exhaust fans. the building and grounds which are estimated to be $32.50 per
apartment. ;.... .,4P Gulf Towers of Naples, Inc. I
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I Michelangelo's Pieta Being Here's How To Find Sunrise Service t t

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Shipped To NY World's FairVATICAN CUIJ.N 20 ACRES t else ollier

CITY (AP) Oio bed of shavings Inside the outer GARDENS EASn SECTION B Sunday, March 29, 1964
of the most perfect marble um. steel case. S! ,- -- -.

terpleces of all time, Mlchelan. What fair-goers will see Is adoublefigured EASTER SUNRISE SERVICESCHoijri
gelo's Pieta, sails from SUNRISE i
statue 6 feet 7
next Sunday for the New YorkWorld's Inches high and almost as wide. Cancer Society Annual
fair. An almost llfe.slze Mary sits i
t The I
priceless white carara
representation of Mary grieving across supporting her lap her His Son's head hung body 8 1

over the body of Christ will be back In loath) and His arms and -. / Crusade Opens April 1 1The I
'4 packed for the elght Jay Atlan. legs dangling.
tic crossing on the liner Cristo. m.. On.T -
:arasi2RsTTT 4 I It
foro Colombo In triple contain. The name of the work, which II.. .annual American Cancer Importance of the Job to the com.
of wood and. some experts regard as the su. Society Crusade
ers steel. It Is be. to save more munltx welfare, I am sure the
ing treated for what It Is Ir. preme example of Christian art .I I' tl .'" lives through research educa. people will respond with tnthu.sUsm .
replaceable. In any medium and of any cen. i I =_/I \: --..... tlon and service will\ be launch out of a sense of duty and
Keeping the 465.year.old Pieta tuiy, suggests both pity and pi. V. :>", 'rr :to'), ,: ed lit Collier Count) on April 1 I. compassloi, for peoples' lives."
in one piece has worried Hal.lans ety. The mother's out.turned .....::.:=::::: Dr. Daniel Langley, presidentof
and art experts ever since left hand, crowning detail of the i t ifI. the Collier Counts. Unit, said
Pope John XXm told Francis sculpture According to many I that preparation for thisear's Recreation
Cardinal Spellman two yearsago art lovers, reflects both utter If uu :PARK SC47CL! I Crusade will concentrate more
that the statue would be al. helplessness and resignation. I. 'e effective training of\'olunteerstodo
lowed to grace the Vatican pa. Michelangelo faced the prob. -., the door.to.door) bell ringing Calendar
vU Ion at the fair. lem of how to show the body of : which Is so Important In rail
The argumentative fallout a full-grown man reclining horl. g I Ing funds and educating the pub. MONDAY:
from tnat explosive announce zontally across the smaller body I t He In wato protect themselvesfrom 1100: p.m..Senior Citizens meet.
ment was still floating around of a woman. His genius is said death from cancer Ing Woman's Club
two years later. to show forth in the technicalway i lie said, 'Men and women Ii30: p.m..Adult tennis class,
The conservative Rome dally he resolved the difficultyby \ everywhere are becoming In.creasing beginner Cambler Park
newspaper n Tempo chided, In enlarging Mary's figure "' \)' aware of the urgen. 2:00: p.m..Senior Citizens shuf.
an acid commentary entitled slightly and reducing Christ's 'i\nR ....1 cy of the cancer problem and fleboard Gambler Park.
"A Bit of Pity for the Pieta" figure by a fraction. Though the PUNT what they ran do about It personally 4:00: p.m.. Beginner tennis
that "a sense of history, a sense figures are carved on different -L ." class Cambler Park.TUESDAY.
of responsibility, or just plain scales they are so perfectly pro. N I Last rear, he pointed out, more
common sense, opposes that portioned that the subtle mtthe. __M"__, than 44,000 men and \\omeiu\eie' 1:00: p.m. Senior Citizens"
vacuous and dangerous exhlbl. mat leal differences escapes the 1 laved from cancer who would bowling Drookslde Bawl,
tlon," of sending the statue I CHAMBER OF have died had they developed the 4:00: p.m. Advanced tennis
abroad. eye.The draping of Mary's gar' (COMMERCE L'L" disease 10 years ago. class Gambler Park
Cardinal Spellman put his de. ments Is so natural, with al. 1 1i 1 The American Cancer Society 7130 p.m.. Adult tennis lass.
fense on the forecast that 70 mil. most tissue-thin folds In her explains that It Is now possibleto Gambler Park.
lion visitors at the Vatican pa. t save at least one out of two
veil, that the Pieta to
vlllon will see the Pleta In the weigh nowhere near Its appears massive U. S. 41 TAMTAMI TRAIL ... of those who develop i'allc"r. but WEDNESDAY: .
19 months after the April 22 6,700 pounds. onolle out of three Is actually 2:00: p.m.Jsonlor Citizens I shut.tlebo.1rd
being saved which! that Gambler Park.TIIl'RSDA ,
one opening million- persons compared who with view the It Michelangelo once was ques. THREE ROUTES'will be available to those who will Gardens, to leave 17th Avenue North free for pensons some 90,000.rsolls, means will dU .

In a single year at St. Peter'sBasilica. tinned about the youthfulness In attend Easter Sunrise Services at Caribbean Gardens. less familiar with the area. All persons are of cancer this year ,slmpl because 4:00 p.m. Intel medlite\ Ten.
the face of Mary, who was supposed As shown on the map, there are now three entrances requested to park in the parking lots. In order that they did not got to their ills class Camller Park
to have been near 50 at doctors In lime for early dUg.
"Those who criticizeme
for asking people the Holy Father the time of Christ's death. The and exits to the huge 20 acre parking lot adjacentto traffic congestion may be avoided do not park on noels and prompt treatment FRIDAY

for the loan of the statue have explanation of the 24.year old the Gardens. Local residents are urged to use the public streets or highways. Traffic to and from Dr. tangle said that the So. 0:30 a.m. Adult tennis 'lass.

money to go to St. Peter's to see Florentine sculptor "I wantedto Goodlette Road from north or south In approaching the the parking lot will be directed by the Naples Jaycees. cl tY'1 No. 1 goal In the April Gambler Park..
It for themselves," said the car. stress the .virginity and im. Crusade will be saving those lives 1:00 i>.m. Senior Citizens bowl.
dlnal-archbishop of New York. perisnaoie" purity or the mother tine nobleman Lorenzo the Mag --- TWIST AND SHOUT PIRATE TREASURE that are lost unnecessarily end log! Brookslde Bowl.
"But I want 70 million peopleto of God. n1tt cent. Beatles ELIZA F.TII.) N.J. (AP) "that means getting eveiyuue to
see It here free." Michelangelo Buonarroti was He already had begun to at. DAWN: (Go Away), Four Following a rctl"pirtle'i mp" a doctor In time for early dt'. MORE THAN MALI OP
t' Packing the Pieta begins Fri. born In 1475 in Caprese, con of tract attention when he went to Seasons Detective George W, Devanneyof tectlon and prompt treatment. rtORIOftS TOIRISTS WILL
day. It will be slid off Its pedes. the local mayor a poor noble. Rome In 1496. The French Car. FUN, FUN, FUN, Beach the Elisabeth' police recovered lay can be fatal. One's best' pro. RETURN FOft ANOTHER VISIT I
\Sal with all the fuss of a royal man. The family soon moved to dinal Jean de Villlers di Lagrau Soy, a 35-horsepower outboard motor tection against death from cancer
potentate stepping from a jad Florence. His mother died dur. las wished to donate a statue to JAVA Hirt apparently taken by conscience- Is an annual health checkup The
''. throne. Statuary experts and theVatican's Ing his Infancy and a stonecut.ter' *. the old St. Peter's BulUca.Mlch.lanrelo's stricken juvenile. annual checkup should \be 01.>.
Bui seu'ng word ol IM tttk MJThe o, HELLO DOLLY. Armstrong served as regularly as a birth.day" .
maintenance men, wife nursed him. Roman
patron a
with the crude
Cisii 601 Harness net we di 1Wety Instructions map 4'REET7ilEM
will ease It along a wooden Though he was a painter, en. banker named Jacopo Galll, malted to the police depsrtment
platform to Its first case. Plain glneer, architect and man of let. promised the cardinal in a con. ONLY YOU, Vlnton advised: "Cross North Ave, near "The second goal", he added,
laundry soap will grease the ters as well, Michelangelo ale tract that "the said Mlchelan. SHE LOVES YOU, Booties KISSIN' COUSINS Presley Dowd Ave., proceed to a lilt "will be to raise money for re
way.For ways regarded hlmself'u basic. Belo will complete the said I WANT TO HOLD YOUR tree 100 yesrds In, then look search education and service "SAi
Its 3,950.mlle Journey,the ally a sculptor. He signed let. work within one year's time HAND, Beatles underneath it in some under with the hope of saving half of
Pieta will be wrapped In linen "Michelangelo, scultore." and It will be the most beautl. PLEASE PLEASE ME, The Seminole call the Ever bush" The location of the motor those who develop cancer rest.
and paper and rigidly braced In. He began studying painting at ful work of marble ever seen In Beatles I(tides the "River of Grass" was pin pointed by a red "X," tog in research. Because of the eW1e.0.sI.cLLN e CI>>WIInu 1gahW
side Its first wooden container. 13 under the great Ghlrlandaio, Rome and no other master will
This box fits In wood shavings then moved into the Medici be able to surpass it."
snugly Inside the second wooden palace to learn sculpture under Nine months later In May 1499
crate, which likewise rests In a the sponsorship of ,the Floren.'PIETA' the Pieta was finished. The car.

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IMPLEMENTING Tha Informed that -I
public are a
PUBLIC NOTICE SECTION I JNV) (k) public l hearing will b* held at the Readfhe".Ma.fl.t.A.
OF THE CODE Courthouse In East Naples. Florida. WANT ADSrot I : :
Autonomy NOTICE OF INTENTION TO : at 11:30: AM, Tuesday, April 7. -
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME You will please lake notice that the 19(4 for the purpose of hearing any -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that following resolution has been adopt complaints or reason why the following .
the undersigned' pursuant to Fie ad by the Board of County Com addition or changes In Coun. -

(AP) Revolution eminent and the 10 provinces. tltlou .ntm statutee, will register, miss. ,and oners that of a Collier public County 11.011will', FlorIda ty adopted Zoning: Regulations, should not be ENE TWO- IS BORING,
Court of
with th Clark of Circuit
sounds out of place in North Education, welfare and other Collier County, upon receipt ol proofof be held' thereon on April 14. 19M at. SECTION V.B
America, but a kind of revolu. key areas are provincial pre publication of th" id, the follow 1030: .o County clock. Commissioner A.M.. at the Courthouse meat M'II'I Hem R.I District i/ MILES oN MILeS ;

tlon Is the central political fact serves. Several provinces be. Inn CENTRAL fictitious neme ELECTRIC: COMPANY log room, East Naples, Florida: : A. USE REGULATIONS .1! PI-AilE .
of life In Canada today. sides Quebec are pressing Ottawa Engaged In Electric Contractingbualncts NOTICE: OF RESOLUTIONIMPLEMENTING 4. Single' family residences. is rue ,
(t 'Immokalae, Florid. C. AREA REGULATIONS -TAKE
After nearly a century of un. for more autonomy. Some Solo owner SECTION: 3 (t) (kl) I. Minimum, lot site shall be 4 000
easy partnership, the French. tax demands, British Colum. Hunter V. SageImmokilee OF THE COUNTY CODE square feet for a mobile home / IILL SM/LES. ff1
WHEREAS. pursuant to the terms ; ARRIVE
Florida, and 1000 square feet for "a
Canadians In Quebec are demanding bla's for example, go farther HUNTER V. SAGE of Section 3 (2) (III) of an Act of residence. rm INN I
a new deal with the than Quebec's. Mir 15 22 21 Apr. i. HJ4 t Collier County
kniwn es
nation's English-speaking ma. The problem centers on Que. ---- Code Act end t House Bill 1S4 mobile line shell home be at 40 the feet building. with f FLY lI/lftfS 1111/ LINES ;
jority. bec for two reasons. Friction LEGAL NOTICE OF of the 19(3 L._isleture. the Board front yard of 2J feet and a
PUBLIC HEARING nf County Commissioner of Collier minimum Ida yard of 7W feet
They are determined to be. has long existed between NOTICE I I. hereby given 'that a County I II authored end empoweredto Rear yard mint be sufficient' .,
come masters In their own French and English Canadians.And Public Muring will' b* held, onWednesday. Institute, a county' recreational to take car of septic tank
April I. I9M. at 10: 10 nroeram and facilities, and to do all and drain held' .
house, preferably through a Quebec has evolved from a AM., at th* City Hell 7JI SIN things necessary In connection th.,.. b. Minimum lot width for a UNFURNISHED
stronger Quebec within a backward, Inward-looking cultural Street. South, Nanlee, Florida. by with In preservation of the health single family residence' the HOUSE FOR SALE-$28,500
Canada. The alterna. to awakened the City ; I'nl''o' the purpoie of 1-'etV. welfare and convenience of building, line: hall b* tol feet
stronger refuge an hearing c obl.ctione to the inhabitant of said county upon for Interior lots end 70 feet
tive, many believe, Is an independent force fighting for its place in the the following amendment to the Zen compliance with. Part III of said for corner lot*. Set back r*. I, rf i" !
Quebec an Alaska. Ins Ordinance of th. City of Nplt. Act .ndWHEREAS. qulrements same as R.I Zon b k .
.un.From Florid. Part III of said Act ...1. I
sized nation stretching from Ottawa's view, the fed. Revision of Section 21140 provides, the procedure whereby said SECTION IV.A
New England to the Arctic. eral government needs central Officers, election end dunes:. authority may be activated and Im One and Two Family
officer to Id.mln.I. ,
holding meetings: plementedNOW Residential' Districts
The Issues focus mainly on a power to even out differences ., oaths and compel' attendance THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED R2AB
bargaining for authority be. between the have and have.not of wltneeee: public meet by the Board of County AREA REGULATIONS
Ingi: minute and record: 'u.... Commissioners of Collier County', t. Minimum area of building too ISIr
tween the provincial govern provinces. Its search for a and actions filed, and kept a* Florida. the Section 3 (2) (k) of square feet of living area for
ment In Quebec and the federal formula to help meet Quebec's public: record the eforesaid, Act b. and the samehereby a single, family residence, WO
Section 21 140: 'Is activated and Implemented square feet of living area for
government In Ottawa, but the demands without upsetting the The Zoning Board of Appeals shall Ind that a public hearing be each unit In a duplex. All liar ,.
threat of violence from an ex. other provinces Is a delicate elect, its own chairmen vice chairman heldHer publication of notice, thereof Ing area to be exclusive of
Is In the back. lacretery, and shall f x end by orlntlng once a week for garages. carporte screen
tremlst minority Prime Minister Lester B.
prescribe the duties of each of them three (3) consecutive weeks In a porches or open patios
ground. Pearson has said: "The wholeof All regular meetings of the Zoning newspaper of general circulation, BOARD Of
The wide range of French. Canada is greater than the Board of Appeal shell be held on nublished. In Collier n"Co n.'I, the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .
cell on the first Tuesday of each publication not Collier County Florida
Canadian viewpoints also clouds sum of its parts." In Quebec month and emergency meetings shall less than twenty (20)) days and not (SEAL)
the picture."I this statement was Interpreted be held on cell of the Chairman more than thirty (30)) days prior to Margaret T Scott' Clerk
Th. Chairman' or In her absencethe the time set for add' hearing. By R W Beatty,
think we should put a big as meaning "He's saying Vlc..Ch.lm.n. may administer Section., 3 (2) (k) of said Act pro- Deputy Clerk
bomb In the Parliament building they're better than we are." o.lhl and compel' the alt.ndencs 0' vides, March 22, 2t KM *7|
witnesses All meetings" of the Boerd RECREATIONAL FACILITIES-.
In Ottawa and blow It up," a To the young extremist In shall be the' public The Shall\ Include parks playgrounds
young French-Canadian terror. Montreal, the choice is "Inde. Board hr..nk'op. minutes of Itsproceedings bathing beaches, athletic: fields:
1st said In Montreal the hotbedof death." showing the votes of boathoutes. swimming. pools golf MORE THAN HALF OP
pendence or MCh member present upon each courses. auditoriums, community'
separatists seeking a break question or If absent or tailing to renter, aquariums' oceanariumsmarine FLORIDA TOIRI5TS WILL
such fact and shall laboratories. museums. stadlums .
It To Advertise vote indicating RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I
with Canada.In Pays .
also I keep record of Its enemlne yacht basins. boat ramps.
Quebec City, where a dynamic lions and other official actions docks piers and other facilities

provincial governmentsits PUBLIC NOTICE 0'Every repeal rule, Ih.r.o'. regulation and er wary amendment order, of a permanent a..similar kind and continuing which are n of*' On picturesque 19th Avenue South \\Vt blocks from Beach Large

a leading French-Canadian r.quinment. decision' 0' determine.bon tu,..
'Intellectual dismissed the terrorist of tho Board shall be Immedltely Service to b* provided thereun 17' x 24' living room with 12' beamed ceiling 3 bedrooms, 2Va baths,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO filed In the office of the far consist of a complete recrea. GREET
as misguided juvenile REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Board. and shall b* and remain a pond program and 'facilities to be 12 x 17 Florida room Completely equipped kitchen Carport and
delinquents."We Th. undersigned' do. hereby car public record financed by ad valorem' taxes
tl', that w* Ire conducting i retell' TURNER Mayor Don this loth day of March 19(4BOARD ?ilEM wash house,
don't hate the English," wholesale. and ..,vice business' at ATTESTtARCHIE: OF
foot lot
he said. "They just bore us." I", mok.I... Florid under the fie Elsie. Lehman, COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF lGutee.on' Situated on a very private beautifully landscaped 100 x 150 ,
lloui of FREDS and that Clerk COLLIER COUNTY WffJ/1JF/
Both views-the threat of violence said: firm I .mr. composed of. tho following .. Mer, H, 29, 19M *07LEGAL !FLORIDA For information call owner N.L. Wallingford
and the feeling that persona who* namee and DEWEY POLLY ,
of residences follows NOTICE OF (SCAL) .
ere as : Roaes T'etgltaa4'
French Canada >s something FRED H EDENFIELD, PUBLIC HEARING ATTEST: sheet
special-have triggered a react Qlendtla, Subdlvitlon, NOTICE ll hereby given that I MARGARET T. SCOTT 2-4898 or 2-4730, or see your'Broker.
'Immokeloe, Florid Public Hearing will be field on Clark of Court
tion of misunderstanding In MAE W. EDENFIELD, Wednesday April I. 194. at 10 00 Mar. 22. 29 Apr S, 1964 #11
English-speaking Canada. Many Glendale, SubdivisionImmokelee o'clock A.M.. at the City Hall 735 .
Canadians fear English-Canada Florida SIN Street South Naples' Florida
OWNERSHIP OF FREDS ll II bv the City Council for the purposeof
will get fuel up with Quebec and follow: hearing complaints or objectionsto ,
play into the separatists' hands. FRED H. EDENFIELD 10% the following:
MAE W. EDENFIELD M% Vacation of northerly portion of
Quebec wants a new relationship It I I. our Intention to apply to the the certain North'South alley. w
with Ottawa to chart its curl of the Circuit Court In end Block t. Tier 7: running from llth
for Collin County, Florid' to FOR
regl* Avenue South to the Intersectionwith "
own political, economic and cultural tar Ilea said name of "FREOTSunder the East.West alley Block ( : YOU-PREMIUM
destiny. Basically, it wants the provision' of Chapter t. Tier 7, ,..1.1011011unlo the City i. R1Tp
20953 Law of Florid, Actt of 141 all the utll therein
ty rights
more Quebec tax dollars to stayin Witness their. hand this 10th day ATTESTtARCHIE TURNER Mayor ---L: ;" YJJ ,. ,
Quebec. of March, ItM :
Canada's constitution divides BAYFRONT
power between the federal gov. Mir 22, 21. Apr f. 12 1IM #71 M.,. IS 21964 Asp



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ney rolled her first 500 using drlx 1)7.138, Joyce Zate 136, was high for the ladles with able Sunday, March 29, 1964 COLLIER: : COUNTY: NEWS 3B I
a 214 she came up with a 514. Leona Pllson 137. Mary Bis. 544.201, Beth Deal 507.201. Bill
-I,EGLER'SORNER Mary Hatcher tossed her high. hop posted a 132, Shirley Cits. Henry tallied 211, Gene Ttllman ler threw a 522.183, Jert Jera. 130.181. Marg Lee reached a
J est game a 245 for a 549 set. ser, Helen Tracy 155,Janie PrU. 205, Andy Rogers U2, Marie bek 498, Ethel Dinaburg 485, 161, Ann Fuller, Ann Follls 165,
Maxwell House won all from San. ler 125 and Fay Hatcher 153. Erlckson 164, E. Abernathlel63 Ethal Jones 484, Ina Bunting Ginny Panlpinto 156, Anna Mae
ka with an assist from Donna BIG CYPRESS MIXED White W. A be mat hie,Dorothy White 175Maude 467. Helen Henson came up witha Penno, Vera Zwlcker 151, Mar.
B* MARION SORENSEN Hatley 428.153. Frances Flttek Herons pulled all from Air Boats Wainwright 158 and Betty 465, Ruby Sims 463, logs Gill tha Vanchura 169 and B. Miller,

.ee . . . . . . J recorded a 488, Terry Murnan with the aid of Norman Herren's Graham 130.BOWLERETTS 450 and Terry Murnan 471. Lou. Ruth Dodge 160.Bowling .
460 and the 4-6.1 Chris Hat. 521.178. Tom Schessler blast. Bea Mohr. Ise Fortin recorded a lone 189,
cher reached a 169 singleton, ed a 626 using games of 213. bacher shot a 524.179 to lead Mary Armbnist 181, Mary Jo Standings ,,
Jean yogi 164, Ruth Felsch 147, twice and 200. Bud Hall came Brehm's Atlantic In a clean sweep Gibbs 178, Lucille Perry 165,
Mary Armbrust 167, Bobble Hen. up with a 566.227. lo Henry over Flame Lounge. Lll Mil. Fay Hatcher 163, May Grant (Continued on page ,8-B)
The women' leagues are all Wanda Rice: 167, Laura Clark WOMEN'S CHURCH ..It
making' plans for their end of 159, Marie Shults 158, Ruby was win or lose all for every 1 10
the season banquets as the 1963. Lind 157 and Sharon YaM 159. team St. Anns won over Christ.
64 winter season draws to a Martha Lowerey, the expert, as Ian Daff>s led by Betty Hard. '
close. How come the men she converted the 6.7.10. wick 464 and Dorothy White 459. J
aren't having any banquets?? SUGAR 'N SPICE Marie Jo Powell 463 and Rita Baker ROOM TO
Don't forget to leave the end.of.the.year Weaver, 499-plus the 3.10, and 453 were high for Trinity No. ill
standings and In. Wanda Jones 462, led Paprikas 1 as they won all from Emman.uel .
dividual awards plus the namesof In their win over Sesames. Cln. Lutheran. Trinity No. 2 won
the newly elected officers at dy Brtsson was the star for the all from Holy Bowlers led by ':c.
the desks at the lanes.BROOKSIDE day with a 508.200 plus conver. Melba Cornell 482.212. Ruth '.
lion of the 6.7.10. Julie Van. Moreau reached a 158 single I r.c
BOWL son totaled 479, Mae Davis 474. ton, Susan Anderson 156, Nancy : GROW IN :
COMMERCIAL .. Anchor Marg Miltner had a 174 single, Dun 153, Myrtle Brack 146Nour
Lounge took over Publlx led by Hazel Abrahamson 171, Patsy Turner 154, Fay Hitcher 152 IQ.a
Ivan Hamilton with a 589.217. Robertson, Tlllle Davis, 169, and Ruth Mo>'er 149.
this is his highest sanctionedever. Betty Geltz 164, Jo Loach, Bel. MEN'S CHURCH -Although J(
Buck Perry, 598.200. via Allen, Amy Stump 161, Judy Buck Perry tossed a 540.213 for .-- .r I'I,I
204 led Wimp's Texaco as they Russell, Etta Wright 160, Ka>'e Christian No. 2 they lost all to
swept all from Paul's Texaco. Rans 152, Bebe Moog 167 and Bonita Baptist No. 1. Wllburn ."", :1t
Charlie Rice, 584.207, was high Bunny Nelson 159. Nice gam. Bullard posted a 501.208 for IIL nor ':
for Brehm's Atlantic In their vie. es were also rolled by Mae Wll. the Bonita team. Harry Clouserfired N--'
tory over Bigley's. Fred Clark (Hams 151, Flo Coe 148, Ruth games of 225 and 201 fora RlS. '\
came up with a 550.200. Bud Morris 147, Joa Sharp 143, M.D. 602. D.J. Salmon register ,.'. .
. Hugue posted a lone 204, John Scofleld 136 and Bobby Miller ed a 205 and Glen Ules 192. N/ao : '. 7
Boutwell, Joe Salmon 202, Jim. ROCK 'N BOWLERS B.J. I \
my Haynes 201. Jim Croak a 135.MERCHANTS Kwlk Chek Brought, 460, and Betty Pauly, Yn pl, nLLNn .
198 single, Dick Hitman 194, made It a clean sweep over Mar. 453, were high for Modern Ma. rr.-.r. '
Em Emerlck, Dick Cole 192, hoefer No. 1 with a big assist sonry as they swept all from
Fred Sheets, Marvin Ughtner, from Al Iverson who tossed his Ace Beauty. Shirley Johnson rerrwr t.ar ersrr atw ,i
Gene Tessler 191, Ed Tutter.ow highest league game a 221 fora with a 520.201 and assist from g "
195 and Bob Moorhead 190. 541 set. Al Tatu fired a 593 Joan Lawhon 470, led Wonder sea.wrrr.
CONSTRUCTIONEERS ._ 215 but couldn't help his team Garden Restaurant In their win ce-ar ti Iraver I
Townsend Produce was victor. from losing all to Yahl Bros. over Golden Anchor. Linda Sau. -
ious as they met Sawyer's Car. High for Yahl's were O.B. Os. chelll posted high series for 1 ::r A
Del, led by Francis Lord 551. ceola with a 556.192 and Mike the night using a 197 game fora
226. Richard Golden, 540.231, Yahl 551.221. Star for the nile 553. Jean Meltzer reacheda I Itsr afro wr rn n
and Bob Schweikert 524 led Ri. 501 Ethel 488 Kay L
was Em Emerick as he blasteda Dinaburg rr
chards Roofing as tley won all 226 for a 603. Jr. Simpson Hler 483, Bessie Combs 475, : oN ,
from Win Turner. First Flor. recorded a 576 with a big 228, Mary Jo Glbbs 471, Gert Dunn
Ida took all from Allied Paving Art Tiffin 570.201.204. James 460 Martha Vanchura 466. Tina "'
led by Tom Eggleston 552.202 Browning produced a 203 loner, Kibbe produced a 182 loner, Eva
and Tom Miller 541. Tommy W. Roney 1? 201, T. Abbott, Hogue 181, Oleta Miller 170, It
Bennett 548.188, was high for Rich Golden 197, Bud Daniels J. Reahard 151.159, Marty Ute
Sunshine SUprex In their vie. Claude Jolllffee and Bud Hogue tie, Bette Price 160, Lucille Ml floor plant and dmont copyright Ml I ;
tory over Beach Cabinet. Jim 193, D. Elferdlnk, Ed Buscemi, Perry 159, Nancle Veenstra 156 by lit* fturontttrg Construction' ., ,"c.
Croak produced a 562.204. Ron Leon Snyder 190, V. Roark 198. and the 4.7.10, Winnie Miller "
McCune listed a 194 single and 192 and B. Abbott, E. Gllland 151 and the 3.7.10, Alice Wise t
Don Wynn 199.WOMEN'S 191. 150. Ethel Crltean registered
CHURCH .Christ. FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC games of 147Marge Seaberg The RIVIERA :
Ian Pinheads swept all from Dia. Harry Sauchelli, 550.186, ledSub 160, Judy Daugherty 130, Dorothy
o. t' bios with an assist from Wanda Divisions In their win over In.' Zoller 165 and Alma Whldden. I
Rice 441.149. Scoring honors vestments. Consultants took all 87 av.games of 128 and 122.
went to Jean Vogt with a 468 from Cooperatives led by Ken!. Jeanne Veenschoten convertedthe i
set. Marg Mlltner tallied 457. McConkey firing a 614.212.223. 6.8.10.
Mary Gillespie came through witha Planning won all from Real Es. COFFEE 'N DONUT Cou. mi I
lone 187, Davina Sockaloskl tate Brokers with a big assist pie of firsts here. Sandy Hack. .
171, Tess Hill 166, Nancy Pierce from Red Lord 576.248. Em'. I
163, Marge Thomas 154, Joyce Emerlck tallied a 592.246. Jim KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL rgt N r4 '
O'Green 153 and Etta Wright ; ..
produced a 234 single, RAVENNA Ohio (AP) This ..
150.MEN'S D. J. Salmon 214, Ralph Leigh
Portage County seat of 11,000
204.214, Dee Wolford 196.212 *
555.233 and Nor. took out some cheap and effective
Riner shot a
John Stull 199, Ned Dorsey, Don
man Robertson 553 to lead Me. Elferdink 191, Fred Hillman 193, insurance against overcrowded
thodlst No. 1 In their win over Charlie Rlt 195 and Rae Hen. schools three years ago. Instead
Assorted Christians. Christian drlx 194. tearing down old Walnut School
Mens Fellowship with the. aid of PINE LANESCONTRACTORS it kept the vacant eix-room building
Charlie Rice's 563.203, won all Jack Hat. as a spare.
from Methodist No.2. Leon cher used games of 212.211.228for Next fall the old building will ,yxw* : :
series for make education in Ohio
Snyder posted high a 651 series and led Stone
the nite, a 585.225. Martin Builders In their sweep over Da. by becoming an all-kmdergtrten
Nebus listed a 203 loner, Russ ley' Distributors. Tex Kaver. schoolhouse. Nearly 300 youngsters
Rimer, Ken McConkey 199 and man came up with a 626.239. will be enrolled for half-day _
Vern Allen 195. 205, Starke Frambes 604.223. classes, and a kindergarten over
NITE' OWLS. The talented! ,'202. Bob Steele, Jr. produceda crowding problem at five other
was Hazel Abraham. as sheused' 590-208.226- Carl Armbrust elementary schools will be aT +/ r8 ret ',
a 197 for a 538. Juanlta 575.207.202, Donald Dover 573. solved until new buildings are
Snyder posted a 481, Rose Mor. 211.209, Gus Seaberr 566.204 and available in the following year. s
rison 463, June Prasll 453 and
Thompson 560.214. John Garvin
Agatha Cleary 452. Ruby Riner had a 203 loner, Bob Steele, "
reached a solitary 170, Marion Sr. 202, Bob Roe 200, Bill Stone.
Lessey 163, Peggy Yahl, Bea C.C. Boyd 198, Wes Henson 197
Mohrbacher 160,Dee Shimer 169,
and Phil Morse 195.
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I, \ 48 Sunday COLLIER March COUNTY 29. 1964 NEWS,I Style Briefs I I Congress' Champion Father, ..2A

Hv AI' Niwsfeature IN a grift ion design' used 10 uIriUuica Q
Grandma tan put away her new.filmv cape trie"t. Ga Proud Of His 8 Boys 5 Girls
quitting, Machine ore Inking Ihinrdh tlf fabru: fill In gr u c ,
.<\(.r. and! can rill nut in minutes fill! told! to Ihe fliHir R
low r cos t tS ] in' i lake her year to Uo If grandmother m still good st' WASHINGTON (AP) Pic. size, Carey said was good train-
Tightly woven nylon attached it. uk her to crochet some of ure, tf you will, a four.story, log for his political career.
I JO-year-old house with nine bed. Where else are you faced with t
J WANT ADRESTAURANT vuih adhesive! to a foam rubber- those ruffly antimacassars t >roiir
t td oomi and five bathe near Pros an missionand r
hourly peacekeeping
like backing li replacing hand! ) necklines The crisp, white .
)ect Park in Brooklyn. the problem of not playing
HtiUhid latin fluffed with gorse wavy collar is in I Ill I;,' n ha>i'i .
Then place in It a congress.nan favorites?
...11.1II the latest quilted "been since I' .
ma- Kitty oylcves
and their 13 chll.
Mi wife Carey says his greatest sacrU
4 ,unslThe". \' St. Laurent for the
ken and have the Is
family of
you flee u a member Congress
C TAMIAMI fltAH, new fabric Is lightweight school girl collar a stiff.. tuttle ;Df Rep. Hugh L. Carey, D.N.Y. not being able to spend all the
I and warm and may be .a great hit neck thir.al.ith a draw string the proudest father on CapitolHill. [ time he wants with his family.
I Money Maker for ski clot.js. around the dege But the most He Is a member of the House

Oqt ef country .*..r. favored ore white bits of meringue "I've got 30 per cent more Education and Labor Commit
which dip low towards the waist children than any one else In tee, one of the most active in
I showing off. tans to I great advantage Congress," Carey boasted. "I Congress, and says he Is undera
I SEE THIS TODAY If thing has more sex appeal
any could be a pilot project for Pres. virtual mandate to visit hU
I Call than a nightgown with two !ident Johnson's .
war on pover.ty. congressional district at least
shoulders. It's one with only way ." week: '.
t G.H.LUFF neckline Try the Hungarian mixing )
i MI Z-1271 I that stretches iver one ) when you are preparing Carey family arrived Feb. 20 at mUted, there's not much for lux.
shoulder and under tri ilhf arm a loulash.YOU a Brooklyn hospital. He was urles but there are some evono.mles. .
Kevin Carey, the eighth boy In Take the milk machine,
the family, weighing in at 8 for example.
pounds, 6 ounces. Instead of delivering milk In
This put the 44.year.old Carey quarts the family uses be. T..
three up on Rep. Bob Casey, D. tween 90 and 110 quarts weekly
CAN NOWREDUCE NEW E N V 0 Y-Andrtw Tex., who with 10 children Is -the illkman brings slx-gallon

V.Corry.61.ytsr.old foreign set- the second proudest father In cans which are connected to a
Congress.The dispensing machine.
vie officer, Is the new U.S. am,
Carey roll call: Alexan. "All the kids have to do is to
WITH EASE bsisjdor to the African: nationof drla, 18; Christopher, 16; Suzan, help themselves," Carey said. t :
Sierra Leone. Ht I"eeud 15, Peter, 14, Hugh Jr., 12; MI. "It always runs out on Sunday, 4 .2h.iI :
( ?"'"s:. / 'r A.S,J. Carnahan In the post chael, 10; Donald, 9; Marianne, though, so we have to send out ... ; ;
r' 8; Nancy, 7; Helen, 5, Bryan, 3, for more." r
s w fiIb Thirty state use their license Paul, 16 months and, of course Carey, who gave up his law 'i',. ;;" ,
r. rIff' 'I a"f plater for "commercials" adver Kevin. practice after his election to ....--- ,,,/ j "
"" '. ,: Using their state Presiding over a family of this. Congress in 1960, earns $ZZ, OO "MISS NAPLES" CANDIDATE Miss Ellen Whitsitt's
I yearly as a House member. He
: also has Income less than smile matches the sunshine of Caribbean Gardens

t'r;-- $10,000 yearly -from some pre. where she was photographed while visiting with a

..,\ ST vlous business this can ventures.But be eaten. up group of aspirants for the title of "Miss Naples" in I

"' ,,: quickly with a weekly food bill the contest sponsored by the Naples Jaycees this
r NATIONAL BANK of more than $120-the family
I a has two refrigerators and afreez. year.
: Ia11
\\ t er--a home mortage in Brook.
.. ., OF NAPLES lyn and an efficiency apartmentIn

I'' Washington. A""clt C. W ?2."Iu
I"t How do the Careys maintain ;"..,
[ HOME order In their household?
"Well, first off," Carey ex.
plained, "you need a good manager Presents
4 IMPROVEMENTLOANS and that's my wife. Sec
ondly, you need some degree of
.j.\ discipline. This has to be a cooperative w

L. venture." r3
Carey ,said the family is 5
L. ..... j broken up Into a buddy system

iefor" and offer.'Edith: Trowel, lost 45 '0 Before and after.' :'Robert-Goodman. I lost and In one carrying child supervises out chores.another .

I I pound and 4 1/2" front kip and 20 pounds and 6" from hit waist in. I -.

waist in lets then. 90 day*. less than 90 day. STUDY OF BANK CRIMPS

SJmpU 41.ectle" e*..M.. ym !. *s* ths. "k lell' IIO-IUCTRONIC' mcckU to .._I.. mimls First National Bank of Naples CHICAGO (AP) Bank crimes:
10 times a minute wit"... *H.rt wWU" yes Net, refs, raid, walck TV. N. strict 41st h r*j.lr 4.Ye soared to a record I 1.148:' in 1963
MMjr rentFREE se ,......... MEMBER an increase or 360 per cent from

I NOME DEMONSTRATION PLEASE PHONE FT. MYERS ED 5-0991,. 'en'll R..Mrv System Federal Dtpotil, Insurance Corp. the 450 such incident In 1956. ,
Commerce Clearing House says
a study indicates that factors :
contributing to the increase were Beautifully landscaped custom built home. Beau-
lack of laws protecting financial tifully furnished with wrldwood paneling and
institutions, lack of standard
luxurious fittings throughout: Located only 6
requirements for security procedures
In Coquina Sands and the Increase in suburban blocks from the Beach and near the golf course.

aid outlying area banks. Washer, dryer, drapes and rugs are includedin
The existence of deposit Insurance the reduced price of $26.500 00
tend to create laxity
in deposit protection.ACongrcasional .
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report seekIjig
I : to purtpthsiiipawipg. ;Ih.ksnk ....,, ;4;;; 'tte ; C.' 'U/i'ee' ; 4 ?
crimes, call for closer federal
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'cons all visitors'leads to able persona seeing Franco on a sin. very chair in the big, tapestry., BALLOONS' FOR THE. AIR RamUy. March :!.,W4. i COLUEB;COUNTT"NV?s', SB .

Old World Pomp Marks first-floor room, Its walls cov. gle audience day. hung office carry equally high "FORCEBUFFALO M.. In Ch.nc.ry wherein' 1EAMONt
ered wltlj old paintings. And Eventually a uniformed military stacks. Associates say the 71. N.Y (AP) PUBLIC NOTICE ROGERS' end ANN P. ROQERS.
I there ts a big space covered aide appears. He too car. year-old chief of state can in. Sylvania Electric: Product ,It h"ib.nd and wlf., ere Plelntlff'
with modern mirrors allowing rles a list. It is a duplicate of stantly lay his hand on any pa. investigating possibility of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE and. you required ere D.f.nd.nU to terv I; end oopy your ef"or
Audience With FrancoMADRID each person to check the fit'c of the one checked at the main per'>I he wants.A using balloon satellites for s TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Anewer or Plodlnto the,
his coat or the state of his tie. gate. He leads each delegation short, sturdy man, Franco communications network to link AND FOR FLORIDA COLLIER COUNTY rloture Rill ef Complaint upon. Hio F1 for.,ln Mort1.q,tff. Attocn.yi' Foe
in turn along a narrow hall, up looks very much alone as he receives IN CHANCERYCASE Emmet .. And......., U1S Dun
(AP) An audience A member of Franco's Cabl. At a recent audience a munic.ipal : an ornate staircase to the sec. his visitors. As each one U.S. Air Force (in.llllilionithrouahout NO 1027 "tree Fort Myer. Florid, and
with the Spanish delegation from Malaga the world. LEAMON'" E. ROGERS' end Ill. the origin.I" Anewer er ,.
chief of state, net accompanies visitors. Evenso herded In and floor, then along another Is presented, Franco offers a ANN P. ROGERS, in. In the offleo of the CUrtt I t t.h.
Gen. Francisco Franco, Carrie there Is no passing the gate was by the provincial hall Into another waiting room, firm handshake a word or two The network would provide hu.b.nd end wil. Circuit Court ., Callior County
with it governor, most of its members and Florid on or b.foro ho Urd d.y
virtusllyinatanteneous Plaintiffs
a heavy touch of old unless Is voice:
name on the list of
your formal tails this one larger and even more greeting, and a slight move v. "f April, "14. If you fall. to do to
wearing or ,
world pomp and ceremony, plus and you are properly Identified. morning richly furnished than the first. ment of his eyes In recognition data signal contact and l II designed JOHN McCAULEY and his wife, Docr.o Pro Cenfo*.o will b. tokon
a tie helping of modern secu. From the gate it is a 300.yard from military Sevilla uniforms. headed A delegation There is another wait, and the of those he knows. to overcome' deliberate H ETHEL. LEWIS A. McCAULEY CHAMBERLAIN end In telnet tho' Cornel.Int YOU for, the. roll.f demanded
was by ared.caped
rlty.At drive to the palace. The atmos. delegation again Is invited to Between visits by delegations, interference and natural' radio I widower, DONE AND ORDERED ,In Neple"' ,
the gates of Pardo Palacea phere is old world. Dismounted cardinal and a third, Franco has few disturbances. Colllor County, Florid en this Itth
time across
this minutes alone
comprised of directors of the move on, just a NOTICE TO DEFEND; :: lay of March
neatly dressed member of lancers in brilliant uniforms the hall into an anteroom ad. with his papers and his aides. The study being conducted TO: JOHN McCAULEY end hit, 'Qi'tT T, SCOTT
Franco's civil household ape give each visitor a sweeping Foreign Correspondents Assocl. Joining Franco's private office. This goes on for hours on audl. under a MOO.000 Air Force con wife. ETHEL A. McCAULEY, Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
atlon of Madrid was shepherd. C/ Ohio Motif', WOO" .", Ohtj. Colli.r County, Florida
pears. His blue suit Is in sharp salute, apparently In the con vie. ed Manuel Irtbarne At some hidden signal the ence days, starting at 10 a.m., tract will determine the feasibility and H LEWIS CHAMBERLAIN (CLERK'S SEAL)
contrast to the gala uniform and tion that anyone permitted be. by Fraga door is opened. Franco stands and sometimes running through of reliving signal' over a widower, I7M Etl.r. Sy INEZ MAQILL. DC
silver minister of Information.Each Boiil.vtrd Fort My.r 'ue,,. Mae tt. rApr.. S. II. 1H4 *TT
breastplates of the mount. yond the main gates Is entitledto alone just in front of a huge the normal luncheon period. microw 1\, radio beam b> Florid. '
ed lancers on guard He care one. delegation waits Its turnIn flat desk stacked high with pa. bouncing them off balloon You ... hereby notified" that. I
fully checks each visitor against A long hall down which a uniformed the first big salon-&ome- pers and documents in big filing CALL THE NEWS FOR orbiting the earth at height of h Cempldnl.* bass for fil.d Mort.eieintt. Foreclosure you In the. RUBBER STAMPS
a list he holds on a clipboard. aide of the Caudillo es. times there are as many as 300 folders. Other desks and almost RUBBER STAMPS J.OtlO miles. Circuit Court of Collier County. flee
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a wall built-in deepfreeze, separate dining area, delightful

screened porch all on cork tile floors. An Ideal screened porchfor

Tropical Beauty-This House Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated best outdoor Bargain living Priced and Homes.a two car carport make this one of the

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2 blocks from the beach on First Avenue North. the 2 baths an4jjri.9.6 x 10 Porch make living Mrs Gwdio Hoffman Newton low, and Nick Willtno.tW.TeUCPMONC .

Gorgeous landscaping makes It typically Flor more enoyable/TS3s| Is priced at only $29,000

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I L 6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS of Sunder. Much 29, 1>64 Rio de Janeiro he says, "No. Bowling Standings Seminoles Panthers 84 61 44 43
Brazil In body can any longer doubt that I : 1
Caught Tangled Pot Holes 551/2 52
I t WITHHOLDING TURNS 21 to I 18 per cent. Take-home pay Goulart does not want elections. PL-Piae Lena White Herons 55 J/2
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was again boosted in 1948 when That rally-studded with OB-Orookald. Bowl
CHICAGO (AP) It's the 2Ut BobCats 54
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the withholding rale was reducedto Communist signs-revealed his
birthday for the deduction of Income Skein Difficult To UnravelRIO 52 1/2 59 1/2 Gators 511/2
IS per cent. It was booatql in "complete Intentions and ambi. COMMERCIAL FINAL BB Designs 661'2
tax from pay check 1950 to 18 per cent; then act at tlons to stay In power" and to Brehms Atlantic 72 44 Developers 60 62 Swamp Rats 46 62
It began In 1943. A S per cent"Victory" 20 per cent to run to 1954 whenit DE JANEIRO Brazil patiently in line for a kilo of establish a fascist government Plnmans Funeral Planning 49 63 Razorbacks 44 64
tax was Imposed to was leveled at 18 per cent. (AP) Like Gulliver, Bratll U sugar and other basic needs, he Lacerda told the weekly Man. Home 70 48 Construction 45 67 Air Boats 34 14
help siphon excess purchasing Now the new 14 per cent rate caught In a tangled skein of may well wonder where he Is chete. Investments 421/2 69 1/2
power produced by full employment represents the firat reduction in troubles.But headed. At the rally, Goulart told Wimps Texaco 67 49 371/2 '741/2 BOWLERETTES PL
during the initial stages withholding tax In 10 years unlike the Lilliputian cord Many Brazilians believe that 200,000 listeners of his decrees Paula Texaco 61 55 Cooperatives Pampered Poodle 73 35
I of the war. that held the fabled giant, Bra. the nation, summoning Us his. expropriating land and national Palm Lake Trailer
The withholding rate was When man began draining the 111'. troubles are economic and torlc abilities, will somehow get irlng the nation's seven last prt Court 60 66 CONTRACTORS PL Nap. Floor Cov. 711/2 361"Brehm's
boosted to 20 per cent in mid- region of the Everglades to political and harder to cut. through to presidential electionsin vately owned oil companies. The Blgleys Radio-TV 5'57 Boat Havsn+ 371/2 181/2 Atlantic 571/2 501/2
1943, and employer regularly create farm land for lumber, Whirlwind inflation Is shooting October, 1965. But the possl. other top speaker was his broth. County Engineers W 61 Metateraft 35 1/J 20 III Stone Builders 53 1/2 541/2
deducted the: tax from pay cattle and crops he dealt a prices of food, clothing and blllty of violent, sharp change er*In-taw, Leonel Brizola, an ultranatlooalltt Anchor Lounge 55 61 Moons Masonry 32 24 Faber Hair 531/2 54 I"
checka. serious blow to the bird and housing ever higher. Wage In. that could lead to a more con. leftist and antl. Publlx Market .s 112 691/2 B & B Builders 31 25 Jim's Sunoco 46 62
The rate was reduced in 1945 animals who needed the water. creases, often at a 100 per cent centrated If not dictatorial rule Yankee deputy In Parliament. Firestone 28 28 Flame Lounge 42 66
36 79 12WOMEN'S
.clip, are vainly trying to keep cannot be discounted.As Brizola, In the evening's most Troplgas 1/2 Daley Dist. 27 29 Nick's 35 73
pace. the constitution now stands fiery speech, called for dlssolu. Stone Builders 27 29
President Joao Goulart, who Goulart cannot be re-elected and tlon of Congress and formation CHURCH BB 32
for social of a new Congress that would Christian Pinheads 48 36 Naples Supply
carries his fight re. he has said: "IT there Is
HASN'T.SOMEONE forms to public squares and one In this country who would any. Include soldiers, farm workers Dlablos 43, 41 Conditioned Air 23 33 Townsend Produce 77 39
I WHY | streets In a bid for popular support never agree to be dictator. It and other laborers. Mixed Christians 42 42 Alander & Sons 15 41 First Florida 68 48
has told Congress that the iii." Gutter Dusters 411/2 42 1/2 Swayers Carpet 64 52
nation's budget for this year His political foes, recalling he Methodist 39 45 M:NS CHURCH PL Conditioned 64 52
will probably show a deficit of Is the political scion of Getullo I ?I FROM LITTLE Question Marks 381/2 45 1/2 First Christian 58 50 Naples Federal 64 52
1.6 trillion cruzeiros (about a Vargas, who ruled Brazil as Us f. St. Ann's 54 64 House Electric 62 54
billion dollars at the cruzeiro's president and dictator from 1930 JL- SPARKS. .. MEN'S CHURCH BB Trinity ###2 54 54 Richards Roofing 58 58
current and very volatile free until 1845, are not convinced. :1 Methodist II 79 33 Trinity #01# 53 55 Sunshine Market 57 59
market rat!). One of the most bitter Is : V GIANT FOREST
Gov. 55
I Assorted Christians 67 45 Bon. Baptist###1 53 Allied Paving 51 65
designed and built a condominium The average man Is jetting Carlos Lacerda of Guanabara 51 57 Win Turner 49
@ Bon. Baptist###2 67
hurt In this nation of more than State (Rio de Janeiro). Since *FIRES GROWl! Methodist#2 56125512Christian
I cooperative with / 70 million people. As he stands the March 13 leftist-led rally In Men 521/2 59112 police Dept. 43 73 "

ALL the features that people ,q -',> > .q, -"" -- -- ''<,_,-'.' ..._. ... ........... ------ -_..".... _.. .. _. ., Emmanuel ROCK 'N BOWLERS PL 30 Beach Cabinet 39 77
want most? J 0:' "r" '\> ,.:rs;:< Lutheran 43 1/2 681/2 Holland Salley 82
j r' E. Nap. Methodist 371/2 741/2 Caribbean: Realty 69 43 BE A 'FRIEND'TO
Carousel Drive In 64 48 YOUR LIBRARY
i 4A't cJ\fc\ ols Art galler/ N1TE OWLS BB Wonder Garden Rest.3 49

., : } Conditioned Air 581/2 251/2 Fuller Industries 60 52 SEE.: : ..
4 :---= Sea Treasures 46 38 Ace Beauty 57 55 DUCK VAUDEVILLE
NArlas 'IIO.T Lay eaLLeav s Chessers 45 39 Wlggs Maale 56 56 rOVLLLOn'1T
PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS Grants 01 43 1/2 401/2 First Florida 66 56
SOMEBODY HAS! Ingrams Chevrolet 43 41 Mark Fore & Strike 52 60
OrlglMl palRtlags .by recogalzid artist. : Grants ##2 42 42 Modern Masonry 51 61
Yes, First Florida Resource Corp., Florida's most Bank of Naples 38 46 Imperial Pharmacy 33 79
experienced builder of luxury clubs, is now c.. .P Anchor Lounge 37 47 Golden Anchor 29 83COFFEE'NDONUTPL snag
proudly offering all this and more in the Trail Cleaners 341/2 491/2 Your
Naples Federal 321/2 511.1'2SOOAR'N
sparkling 1 Sugar Donuts 79 29 'ff 'IPrlesda
SPICE BB Luzlanne 67 41 ; it J
CARRIAGE CLUBON Paprika 75 37 Expresso 59 1/2 48 112 Tool
Frames Individually Designed Sages '14 1/'Z 371/1 Maxwell House 50 58
GULF SHORE DRIVE, IN THE MOORINGS Reach Shopping Area Nutmegs 66 1/2 4S 1/2 Beechnut 49 59 CaribbeanGardens
.fI, Cloves 631/1481/1 Zanies 47 61
..Y : ._ __ Cinnamon 58 1/2 531/1 Holsum 46 62
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Allspice 57 1/'Z 541/1 '
Rosemary 47
I THBMICHIGAN MOST ill a Sesame Peppercorns 44 36 1/'Z 671/'Z'76

Sweet Bull 34 1/'Z 77 1/2
He Agency with' Pmwul 1 Service _

Naples Marine 631/2 30 I/'Z I I
YaM Bros 491234 1/2
HOMKNOTHING King Insurance 471/2 36 1/2 A dependable .g..cy, f. panes
I Roses Texaco 47 37 Ibte. far protecting you, r-
family, home and bnalneeiecatart "-
'KwlkChek 44123912Ed every Jneweble threat
Davis Bldrs 44 40 .f _taw through a planned program .
Marhoefer? 411/'Z 421/'Z of protection guaranteed
Dunbars 41 43 by companies of Hnqveettonedfinancial
Isles of Capri 401/2 431/2 sir-CdIo

'f'""..,,'t" ; Fuller Industries 34 CO
';.{ Naples Printing 33 51
.p Marhoeferfl. 26 58

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Financing 68 44 .e 2.CeIPledge -
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ticularly when you have a distinctive Michigan Home. -I"' -'-- '

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them because of the enviable designs because of the '"" 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
my country;
recognized quality construction because of the livable ( ,_' Screen Porch Closed Garage

layouts. because of the personal interest of the con- '. 2437 eq ft. J" To observe the Realtor's Code of Ethics and

ttruction personnel, and because of financing officials'

recognition of the value as an investment. While pride $17,600 conform my conduct to its lofty ideals.

of possession is not on the specification sheet, it's built
into every Michigan Home you'll enjoy it in yours! ,
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wr frequency of lung cancer and Incidence-undertaken among a ;Sunday, March ::9. 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B I
Science Studies IncidenceOf of gallstones population where cigarette

Among the findings smoking is forbidden and "ex. Drive Carefully And Live -stop" Sign Mean STOP
1. A confirmation of previous, posure to smoke Is largely limit
1 k. undocumented impressions that ed to vigil lights and kitchen
t wSl Carcinoma Among NunsPALM nuns rarely pet cancer of the ranges"-showed only 33 casesof
cervix, the entrance of the this disease among 1CO.OOC FLY -Tj-nw.-gr? NAPLEs
womb. The theory Is said Dr. nuns admitted to
!500 Catholic
BEACH SHORtSFit.. and verifying thw, cause of deathof
(AP) An unprecedented studyof nuns from 262 communities Nix, that this infrequency of hospitals over a 10-year period. L._M ? MIAMI
cervix cancer can be attributedto
the health records among; with a nun population of 11 el73, "Primary carcinoma of the
thousands of Roman Catholic during 1963. celibacy and virginity lung Is less frequent In nuns
2. Deaths from cancer of the than in the New Year Round Schedule
It general population, Daily
nuns throughout the country In. was felt, he said, that breast
womb and
dlcat that the ovary were NU said
s incidence of 'comparison with known data
cancer-and distribution' ITS 'nn the cause of death of lay relatively frequent however, II'RENEW Naples To Miami
with their number
site of occurrence--Qmoni'rluniII "'o"'n'' over 20 of In possibly ex.
years age 7:45 A.M. 11:30 A.M. 3.45 P.M.
plalnable, the doctor Indicated, YOUR r.,' :
different "from that of their the United States will clarify
fellow women of America." the relationship of celibacy, abstinence breast by a life without pregnancy and DRIVER'S LICENSE L Miami To Naples
terence The evidence suggests the dif. from alcohol and cigarette 3. A pilot study of lung cancer DURING MONTH 9:00 A.M. 2:1 15 P.M. 5:00: P.M.
Is due
to their way of smoking, and other en. BIRTH I, 0
life.This vironmental'factors to the typeof r Connection and (enervation to any point In the world
was reported today to the cancer causing death In '
sixth annual seminar for women. NAPLES AIRLINES
1L science writers sponsored by Describing today's report as J.I.v f/eefrlcer 1 Service
: the American Cancer Society. preliminary, Dr. NiX said it is Naples Airport Concourse :.1 I Miami AirportMI
,e r Dr. James T. Nix of New Or. based on 1,116, deaths among 'INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL Z-3ISI I NT 4-5811

l leans, La., said the study was the 116P3 nuns, and a study oi City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Corner
aimed primarily at collecting various other things such as the PhI MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, fit.

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PROMINENT VISITORS at the Naples Beach Club Hotel -

this spring included Mrs. William A. Reed of Green-

w;ch, Conn., and her son, Barron Collier III, grandsonof rrtti, '
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Barron Collier, pioneer founder and developerof

Collier County which bears his name.

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PUBLIC NOTICE a.i.n., if .ny. to the bill of com.
plaint In sold lult. copy ol whichIN I
THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF. THE delivered' to you herewith, on or
AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Herein tall not or a Decree Pro
FLORIDA I Confuse will b* entered ((tlntl
IN CHANCERY, vat for the relief preyed for in tie f It
C... NO. 202S bill of complitnt. The neture of the w k
CATHERINE Q. WRIGHT, suit herein filed It a divorce proceed-
Plaintiff' 'ln/te.
VI. Wltnus my hind ", 01 said
WILLIAM ARTHUR WRIGHT, Court et Naples, Ho'rld" this' 19th
Defendent. day of March "". t a i"
: WILLIAM ARTHUR WRIGHT Clerk of Court '. 1eJ
til Geus Ins HIM' : Road (CLERK"BylfU .
Roselle Perk New Jertey MAGILL
You are hereby notified that suit Deputy Clerk MJttJJKiAiiiiiin'iiitii'fi ,
hei been filed eiemtt you WIL-' PARKS and EMERSON MSjsiMSiBij|i| M| A Mu
LIAM ARTHUR RIGHT In the 565 FIHh' Avenue South i
ebov entitled cause and you are Naples, "orld.
hereby .qulred to .re the Plain. I' John W. Em.reon
tiffs attorney whosa nerve and .d. Attorney for Plaintiff
dr"l appeer her.oa, your wrltt.n Mer 22. 21, Apr I, U. 1164 #10
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After,harlng announced: mjr candidacy for member f p.. ...
of, the School Boird. frcm_ DJit trV< ty>.JiJLfcavel been duo '- ... :tdIjiJ.ji/: : {
asked repeatedly three quite pointed questions thatI f.
should like to answer In this open letter. Y"


Because I believe I can make a helpful and meaningful .

contribution to the improved education of .
our young people In Collier City. It has long jia..t _
been of concern to me to know that one out of -

every four of our young men fall the Army Intelligence ; ,"' / _J Ir
test a teat that should be paaaed liltIfrutcrily jy ,
: by the normal 8th grade student. It ,

bothers me to know that the American School W i

System takea If years to accomplish educationally .
what Europeana achieve in 12. r
I do not flatter myself that I alone can better ., y'a r v v.r
the school ayatem of Collier County. I do knowI :

can bring a fund of helpful educational knowledge )-

to those responsible for this Important program 4,1.
In Collier County and that this knowledge < "t,'.. h. ",..
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and experience would be brought in a cooperative 0', '" ,.. :. $, '. .
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attitude tending to make for a strong and more < .;...., t ;,., .. "A'l'iIIf,;, .', _
potent School Board. 4>' {':' -
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COUNTY SCHOOLS ". .1(: ,' ,'- ", {44; '. -, r I"" 't.. ;"
No. However I have experienced the problemsof '.f 'fP": / "

putting three sons through Elementary, High .
School and College. I believe this experience ,.IJ/fJI f\1(

would be of utmost value in making sure YOUR ; *' %L_

young children would have at least a 50.50 chanceof ( i6'r4
academically holding their own should theygo a r
on to college. As a parent I made many mis.takes. .' tb e man"

Too often I was prone to take the side of ) ...
my son when school problems arose. I know

now that often when I helped my sons with their

rebelling against school rules and standards, I

tended to weaken their self-dependency and perhaps
handicapped their proper acquisition of
knowledge behindttllnce: With calipers and slide rubs dragline and dynamite rigs .

I believe In and will acholas-
Frankly, support
airplanes and accounting machines, the men of Gulf American
tic objectives that demand rigid academic standards

and firm supervision. )Land Corporation are accomplishing mcxlcui-day miracles
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER Florida, today! D Thii man I is a graduate I

Because all my life I have been either directlyor engineer:: : ; liii years of study and: vast
Indirectly associated with 'ed Uti 110"".' I

earned Tech a Bachelor and a Professional of Science Degree Engineering from Carnegie I. 1Dl 11II: ac::: eIn experience enable him to turn the dreams of

Mechanical Engineering from the University of into reality I He is 'helping to develop

the State of New Ycrk. I taught Freshman Math the master plan for Gulf American's second Florida
emetics at Carnegie and Applied Paychology In

the Pittsburgh School Syatem. For over three community Golden Gate, 13 road miles from Naples mi the burgeoning Florida Gulf Coast:

,ur. I was a Guest Lecturer, talking to the young
men of more than 29 Engineering Universities G Six years ago another "Man Behind the Miracle" planned Cape Coral, Florida's Waterfront Wonderland.

Including West Point and Annapolis. In World left off his into the roads
Others are taking up where he transforming blueprints waterways
War II I was 'loaned to the U.S. Government to
produce educational slide films and movies, for the '::; It homes, factories, shopping centers and playgrounds of America's mmt talked' about new community.

Armed Forces. I rubseqaently. became Advertls- /
lag Manager for one of the world'a largest oil .. 'I'xated just 13 road miles southwest of Fort Myers. D There are over 3,5"Men! (/ Behind the Miracle"at

companies where over lit million yearly was ex Gulf American Land Corporation literally Building New Worldsor a Keiiei Tomorrow
pesdedo educate consumers and motivate their

purchase of our products and services.I .

hope these answers to the above three questions
will substantiate the fact that I am adequately qua). GULF AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION

Bled for your consideration for membership of the .
School Beard In the coming primary And last tot .
557 N E. 81 STREET, MIAMI 38, FLORIDA PL 8.0581
devote all the time. .
not least, I am !la a position to ,

necessary to help solve the many problems surrousri- a. GOLDEN GATE ESTATES
Ing the education of your sons and your daughters. DEVELOPERS OF CAPE CORAL A

Yours truly,

Mar. 29, Uu SheD btand "
(Paid Political Advt) ",

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. SB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 29, 1964 The cold war dealt another lions In all parts of the world.
UN Best Instrument Yet serious blow to U.N. peace. These Include all types of opera*
Everyone Read The NEWS It !Pays To Adv.rtlile keeping plans by thwarting all tlons from the one.man "pres.
effort to establish a big-power ence," which has been employedIn t I;'
-- military force to be used numerous cases, to large mil.
I Found To Promote Peace against aggressors. itary observer groups such as
*) The Military Staff Committee, those sent to Lebanon In 1958
this is UNITED NATIONS, N. Y, severe critics Insist upon bring. set up In accordance, with the and to Yemen last year, One of
o ': .At) french President Ing problems before it. charter to create and direct the'proposed the oldest groups is the Pales.
,, Charles de Gaulle once calledIt Few government have foundit force, stilllead.t astu.. tine Truce Observation Organ!
I I "the leaning Tower of Babel." always to their liking It has dowy existence It no longer nation, in the Holy Land since
the the tool of colonial powers. been damned by some as anemic makes even a pretense at try. the armistice of 1949. Nt
; A critic In the United State by others as over-ambitlous Ing to Implement this charter Secretary General U Thant
I described It as a "Communist. provision. ,,, says the United Nations can do
< dominated rat nest." Many of Its decisions have The Security Council sank to nothing if one of the nuclear
i J E These and other brickbats been killed by the big power its lowest point In the summerof powers is Involved In a breachof '
) have been tossed at the United veto. Its orders have been de. 1950 when Soviet delegate peace. a
(I* Nations since the day it came tied More than half it* 113 Jakob Malik, as president, tiedIt "What the United Nations can : ,S t J
In a knot for a month as it do and should do he "is n Ur
Cpl --:: Into being 19 years ago. members are delinquent in pay. U'S,
buy 'j in the 10000islauds' There have been bouquets too. ing their assessments. grappled with the Korean prob. to prevent brush fire wars
.. i President Johnson says the "Our way or no pay," they lem.Most which, of course, have the potentialities
United Nations has not achievedall say in effect.Influential. member nations by the of exploding Into
Here are 36 acres or high land on little Marco Island. that some had hoped, but he figures In Congressand fall of 1950 felt that the United wider conflagrations and there
calls It "the best Instrument yet in private lift have called Nations would soon meet the by brlni'ing a direct confrontation ,
This includes 900' of beautiful beach and extends 1400' devised to promote the peace of for a new look at the U.s post fate of the League of Nations between the big powers."
the world and the wellbelng of tlon concerning the United Na unless changes were made
deep to the Inland Waterway Hundreds of virgin mankind." tions. swiftly. HOPPING THE CAD'Z'

Sabal Palms make this ideal for sub-dividing. $72,000 The Soviet Union-despite fre. One of these is Sen. J. Wil. The answer was action on two C \DI7.. Ky.: UP) lr nportatiun > s+ r&
fronts first the Western
quent blasts-continues to mani. lIam Fulbright, D-Ark., chair pow. ,
costs; golling ti high"Try
( desire to the man of the Foreign Relations ers decided they would have to '
terms available). Phone MI 2.2452 nowl! fest a keep organ the Cadiz RailroaJ. I It'" &
bypass the Security Council
Uatlon in business. Committee. Another Is Sen. ;
No country has yet quit the Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash. secondly, they turned to region free t
r Wilson Realtor United Nations. Each new inde. Sen Barry Goldwater, R.Ariz. al military alliances, such a* When the passenger I'bu..mo...
| BycLes ] pendent nation hastens to apply has expressed even stronger the North Atlantic Treaty Or. dried up before \\odd \\I1r II. the
I I 1H4 t Third Street. South Naples Florida J for membership. Even its most reservations. If Red China getsin Sanitation, to provide for their railroad nexer ,b<\:,!iered to ,o
> he said recently, "I don't own defense. through the red I tape to f t..rm.lt h'
think It would be a safe place There also was an Increased end its classification on u
for us." tendency to rely on regional passenger carrier.
The official U.s. view is that agencies for peaceful settlementof The line handle 30: U ,. OO
APRIL SHOWERS the U.N. machinery, devised at disputes. One example Is the freight cars a year between Cadiz
the San Francisco conference In Organization of American States and the Louisville &; Nashville .
BRING BARGAINSLike 1949, 1* outdated and inadequatein which recently has been dealing Railroad connection at Criuo -- --
many respects, but that the with the U.S.-Panama contro. It's only eight mile between GIVING THE MESSAGE at the Easter Sunrise Serviceat
concept of the United Nations Is verty. Another Is the Organlza the towns but the railroad added 6:15: this morning at Caribbean Gardens will be
this 2 bedroom home located on 9th Avenue No. You can't miss with sound and workable.No lion of African Unity to which more than two mile of iincno
the Rev Ledies of the East Naples Bap-
the border Bargo, pastor
the low down payment and small monthly payments on this home with organ of: the United Nation Ethloplan-Somallan it I could have a 10-mile line.
has proved so big a dis. dispute was recently referred. the minimum distance 1 officially' tist Church, who will take for his subject, 'The Resurrection
nice living room and separate 9 x 13.6 dining room. A Florida room adds appointment to Its founders as The most important develop. be termed a railroad. of Jesus." Three choirs will provide music for
much to this house. Nice landscaping included on this lot with a sprinkler the ll-nation Security Council, ment was the shift of the center The only passenger businessnow several thousand
of gravity from the Security the event which annually attracts
well and Furniture is but wall wall in entrusted with the major re. President
system, pump. optional to carpeting for Council to the General Assem. says w.ehilt
possibility maintainingpeace. worshippers.
the bedrooms and 2 In and with this houseat II, Is a few.rail fan.*.
carpets living dining room go bly. The foundation for this was
the low, low price of $10,950.00. The council had been In busi. the "uniting for peace" resolu.
ness barely a month when the tion, proposed by U.S. Secretaryof
Soviet Union cast the first of Its State Dean Acheson and ap.
101 vetoes. proved by the assembly In 1950 J

j..1." 'i2} 'l'UDdsl! cc ::4mii"lc. veto All-and big still powers do-but favored the West the -over The resolution Soviet opposition.provided that in

had envisaged it as a device to the event of a veto any seven
be used only In the most ex. members of the Security Council /p'h yil1
j; 630 Fifth Avenue, South treme circumstances. The Russians might call an emergency es. J
10 8 used their "nyet" so free lion of the assembly within 24
Phone MI 2.5359 ly that the council was plunged how. =
into virtual paralysis. By 1950 This procedure has been usedin ==
or 2-5249 there already had been 43 Soviet t number of Important cases
vetoes. The only others were and is now accepted by almostall
,. .. .
members except the So.
two cast by France. :
viet bloc. 11
Perhaps the boldest steps tak. :
en by the assembly was estab.
llshment of the U.N. Emergency
Force during; the 1958 Suez cri. -
sis. This was a revolutionary
departure from the concept of
LVe'"eCJrlO1.1e the founding fathers. The new

force, under U.N. command, WRAP YOUR CAR IN A PACKAGEInsure
was made up of military contln.
gents contributed by small coun-
tries. It is still keeping the your car with a protective package from Benson Insurance Agency.

peace along the border between Complete protection gives more coverage and at surprisingly low ratel-
Israel and the United Arab Re.
public.In with a BIA Package Policy. Did we say low rates? You betl You may
1960 the United Nations un.
dertook an even more ambitious save as much as 25% of what you are now paying. And you get the

1\ military operation when it famous BIA Individual Service. Call today 1 (1
stepped into the Congo to r.., plc r.rfrt.fr"reCu.Vj:. ,
tore order. At one time there, ... ,1 j
:. 'k were 21,000 U.N. troop In the I BENSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC
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Young People T1rinklP Lock 5 In Box Sunday. March 29, 19.4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B I

25 Days As Test reclaimed from wastes. providing full support for space
Young People Want Movies With Less Sex More Story The test of life-support ays. travel.
For Space Station terns, and the men themselves,
for a future space station or With five days to go, the men
Leis sex and more stor. 17, of Fairbora. Otto! who would Mich., adding, 'Some of the OK-- LET'S 6Vs'EM SEATTLE, Wash. (AP-For moon base will end AprU 1. were reported In good spirits
JThit's what the youthful motion prefer more refreshing, dra- movies put out are nothing but 23 days, five men have been The Boeing Co. Is conducting and health. Only Roger Bar
I picture audience In America matt movies with less sex and dirt." TNENOIY1/ooD locked In a windowless L-shared the experiment for tho National nlcki, 28, the crew commander,
I wants. box, eating"freeze dried food, Aeronautics and has lost any w.lrht-clown: six
more plot." Stan Welland, 17, of Benny Wiley IS! of Bowline Space Admin.
TOUC// NOT Too pounds from the 228
breathing the same air over. Istratlon. n is described as the he had
These young people tell us In Blue Hill, Neb, wants less glorification Green, Ky., wants lower prices and.over, and drinking water first ever tried In this country weighed
fact that they want stricter censorship of hoodlums and crlml- and fewer western features DEEP LOTS OFCORNBALLf
and a stronger sense of nals. "More thought provoking and

I morality In Hollywood movies. Here are some other suggestions Intellectual stories," asks e j-

(Judging by our new roast to by the teenagers on how Norman Brtton: 18,of Torrance,
1 coast survey, they feel motion movies could be Improved Calif. OIL PAINTINGS OF THE

I picture producers underestimate "They should be geared to an Linda Henderson, 18, of j EVERGLADES & GULF
the taste and intelligence of the adult mind," says Ingrid Hof- Decatur, 111., wants "more

(audiences, and they r" ant to see strom, 18, of Pennsuaken, N.J movies styled for the whole famIly F BEACHES BY .
I some changes made Improve censorship rules, not Just the adults or kids" t1V

Many agree with Judy Barker, says Cheryl White, 17,of Gobies, "
Despite the criticism, American :
FOR WOMEN ONLY films generally rate higher 1 LL1" ;,, Naples Artist
than foreign productions. Fifty. ,

eight per cent of the boys and Cannon Gallery & Studio
girls like Hollywood movies better
[EIHHUIn1'ersorr Q than foreign films, although 710 Stk AWl. St.
more than three-fourths haven't "On Tko Moll"
seen any Imported pictures recently ap.n evenings I

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a FabulousFASHION Interestingly enough, the boys

attend more foreign movies, but
the girls like them better.
Twenty-two per cent of the young
men, but only 17 per cent of the

young women, had seen a foreign qulty e
VARIETY SHOW film recently. On the other hand, peri.mentl

only !58 per cent of the girls prefer "'
American movies, while It

'TIME OUT FOR FUN' per cent of the boys, say Hollywood ...
pictures are
The reasons for this preference
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.............................. D u PO N T............................ the feeling that they are too vulgar. h( & 8RJolQ
Bill Heuer, 17, of Auburn, PROVEN OVER A PERIODOF -
NARRATED BY L.. "Y Mass., says the "moral codeof
EDITVEY Hollywood pictures (though
AND apparently low) seems hither
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JERREENBERG "" comparatively.
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n summed the TWELVE YEARS AND 24 MILLION DOLLARS in the finest of
MODELED BY -1>.., .. Detroit, Mich, up>
LEADING FASHION \ ; feelings of many by explaining construction by G. Chris Keagy, consultant and co-developer, who has

MODELS our American way movies of life.a"re Adds"more Anne like specialized in satisfying some of the nations leading: industrial and pro-

TV AND STAGE SINGING STAR fessional people. Quality construction by J. Frank Rooney leading
Wilkens, 16, of Rochester, N.Y., a : .."
BOB HOLIDAY "I 1 don't get anything out of It if builder in Southeastern United States. .
I have to read titles."

Some teen-agers agree with : "
Dennis Taylor, 16, of Decatur, Exotic tropical living: at its very finest is yours without : *

111., who points out that the tastesof the responsibilities of individual home ownership.
r, a'c abroad different
from people ours, and therefore are their J, You will enjoy the utmost in luxury and privacy. La .

'.,. films appeal to a different type Tour Rivage is a time-proven cooperative residence

... ."- of audience. .: I both in organization and management.

................................... foreign films have their :1 Construction and Design Will MoreiI'

SOCIETY MUSIC FAVORITES supporters, however, who note ; ._ Than Satisfy the Most Discriminating
their artistic value and thought

THE DINNEY [ t.j provoking ideas. Several boys .. .."",; .' .. _. .'
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..,and girls mentioned that foreign1 ;, .. ,, ,' *
VOCALS BY GREG DAVISVALUABLE : films are interesting because It" t The Advanced Design Quality Construction and Location
they show different places and f"

DOOR PRIZES peoples, Assures You of a SOUND INVESTMENT

David Kalish, 18, of New York "
Including Friendship Garden and Old Spice by Shulton City, holds that "the foreign \ For Years to Come)
FREE ADMISSION NO TICKETS REQUIRED film maker has exploited the art,
BRING ALL YOUR FRIENDS where we exploit the money"

rrldoy April 3 9i30 0.m. Carolyn Crutcher, 16, of Nash-

BROOKSIDE "OWL bllle, Tenn., likes the sceneryin : :.fI.t.
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Milllion l in India Undergo Surgery To Cut PopulationNEW .. '...I..,.t /" < .." ,:,,: ,,:,'''<' '' :! :.. .. oj I 1fMt"

NEW bUU: (A*)-+* uuillon ery year," says D. S. Raju, (Sep. nances operations for any -manor and-India is eating up its pros to reach adulthood. Ten ...
have submitted to lur.ffery uty health minister. who has three chll. years .. : ,. .
"It means woman peck for economic progress ago, it was only one-thlrd. ,:;;:. iii'
to cut down. India's crop that India's population-about dren and feels economically in. Hospitals in some areas report These Improvements Increasethe ", :"'!,',1/- .
of babies. 482 million-will reach between capable of supporting more. that many patients are ill pressure on the food .
This official figure seems lmpresslve 800 million and one billion by "We want to cut the birth simply because they lack -pressure that Indian farmers supply { H "r '
but the governmentisn't the end of the century." rate to 1.9 per cent annually," enough to eat. have not been able to "\
impressed Its arithmetic The million milestone was Raju said. "We must stabilizethe India is winning significant Four million tons of foodstuffsmust ease
shows that a 4.S per cent annual reached last week In the pro. population at no more" than victories over malaria, small be Imported
birth rate minus a death rate gram of voluntary sterilization. 100 million. Beyond that, we pox, cholera and other diseasesthat Much of the $5.3 billion annually.
US aid
of 2.1 per cent equals a net pop "It'o not enough," Raju said, will not be able to cope with the traditionally cut huge program in India has been dIrected .
ulatlon increase every year of "But it's our only hope." problem, even If all our measures chunks out of the population ev. at just feeding
2.4 per cent. Sterilization is a major partof to Improve the economy ery few years. aside from people,
"'It means 10 to 12 million India's effort to cut Its birth work out." Due to Improved maternity fa. building the Industryand
to do
new, hungry mouths to feed ev. rate in half. The government tI. The problem is that the pop. cilltles and widespread Instruction the Job.
ulatton is increasing as fast as In child care, two-thirds of .
U 10B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, March 29, 1961 or faster than national Income the children born In India live Don't Be A LltUrbug

NEWEST COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE In ing approximately 8,303 square feet
Naples is the Keystone Building at the building: Is of contemporary de

Fifth Avenue, South and Third Street. sign. Clarence M. Bauchspies, who will
Ad Miller Associates and the Naples have an office in the building, designed

Company moved Into their new quarters the structure. F. B. Schreck

,r a a in the southwest corner of the Construction Company was the general .
building Monday afternoon. Contain contractor. (NEWS photo)

Y'i I Local Firms Move Into New Quarters

I New Keystone. Building'- Opens. Doors

Ad Miller Associates and The tures are Luml-Custlc ceilings, tlclpateB in the construction and
Naples Company,Inc will be open vinyl noon and central heating outfitting of the Keystone build.
for business tomorrow (Monday, and air conditioning. ing Include Corwin Heating and
March 30)) in their new corner An arcade with a distinctive Electric, Courtesy Plumbing
offices in the Keystone Building, style of roof, in which a foun. Company, Courtesy Sales and
Fifth Avenue, South, and Third tain will play is one of the build- Service, W.C. Beckham; Gulf
Street, the latest addition to the ing's assets. In the rear will Class It Aluminum Company, M
growing list of Naples' commer. be parking space for 74 tenants'and & M Enterprises, Inc., Naples
cial structures.The customers' cars. Ready-Mix Concrete, Inc., Naples
Brunk Miller Insurance Bauchsples was the archl. Steel Products, Inc., Orkin
L Agency, Inc.;; James R. Adams, tect and the Floyd B. Schreck Exterminating Company,Inc.,Richards .
attorney; Clarence M. Bauch. Construction Company the gen. Roofing Service, R.W.
spies, architect; and Edward S. eral contractor.Ad Taylor Paving, Trail Builders
Reeves, graphic designer, are Miller Associates is mov. Supply Company, Inc., and West
other tenants now occupying the ing three blocks west on Fifth Coast Heating and Cooling, Inc.
new building. Avenue 605 to 305 from Four Fort Myers companies .
The Keystone, containing ap quarters which the firm has occupied have also contributed to the Key.
proximately 8,300 square feet, for 11 years. Althoughit stone Building. They are Con.
Is of contemporary design and has been in progress by easy crete Products, Fox Flooring
r embodies the most modern typeof stages for the past 10 days,most Company, Jerome Lumber and .
__ 4A. T' construction. Fireproof of the moving job was accomplish Supply Company, Inc., and
throughout, it is said to be the ed Saturday afternoon so as not Thompkins Tile Company, Inc.
__ first business building to meet to Interfere with normal business
all the requirements of the city's operations.
building code. Among Its fea Naples firms which have par. RUBBER STAMPS-MI 2-2107

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Residence of' Clarence L. Schutt, 2491 Treasure Lane, facing on Treasure Cove. About 7 miles ef wide and deep Into Our New Office Over The Week End,
ecean-gelng waterways In the background! run throughout the Port Royal area, where you can deck! your boat at the
feet af your 10...n. We're Having: Our Own Special Easter Parade. But

"I'd about given up on Florida .... when I found fabulous Port Royal! Among All The Holiday Processions There's One That

Can't Be Duplicated ElsewhPargn-sTJe Parade Of FinePlop' .
j J r A well known New York" buslness'maij Is 'quoted.-He lays'furrii_rrvf, "oJ learc"hedth. east oa.t'f front Palm "
Beach to Miami. I was looking for some fairly uncluttered stretches of' white'sand, and a lot of. unpopulatedsalt r i Offered f y SSTUlDDS: R ASSOCIATES,

water. I wonted no neighbors In. my lop, or tourists In my hair, or nightclub noise In my sleep. Someone
suggested Naples on the west coast. And It was there I 'found Port Royal." Long A Leader In The Naples Real Estate Field.

I ENCHANTING HOUSE AND GUEST HOUSE set in beautifully landscaped

1. Port Royal is a well-established, exclusive are provided by deed *- not conversation. ground which afford an unusual amount of peace and privacy. The main

residential community comprisingover house of white brick contains two bedrooms, two and one half baths, pine
90% of the southernmost two square 13. No property sales are made except in paneled living room with fireplace and a large porch. It has excellent
miles of Naples, with 143 families in a Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit closet space. The guest house is completely! furnished and the rugs and

residence and many more homes build- e to Port Royal and seen us in person. Andno draperies of the main house are included. Make an appointment to see

ing this season. No promoter's dream of sales are made to persons other than those this unique property on Third Street, North, priced at $30,000. You won't
"what is to be." who have been accepted for membership In regret it.
the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership

'2. Work started more than ten years ago. It t a I committee. THERE'S PLENTY OF EVERYTHING In the 2,400 square

was continued without modification until it 14. The foregoing are not "rules and regu feet of this stylish house on South Broad Court in Ridge

became the reality it Is today lations" which in any way tend to limit your Lakes which will be sold furnished except for piano, hi-fi

complete freedom to enjoy the livability which and other personal belongings. Two spacious bedrooms,
3. More than 6Va' miles of boulevards which Port Royal offers., They are measures of pro one with dressing room, den with built-in bar, two

wind along the beautiful waterways were laid tection designed to guard against any en. baths, king sized living room, fireplace, dining area off
out and paved, exceeding the standards set by croachment on your pleasure and anythingthat electric kitchen, large patio containing 18 by 36' swim
the State for its primary highways. Also proper tend Investment. ming pool and a two car carport these are only some
Yt.w .! ,,. Dlnlnt' era., p.R.r.l> B..1t Club.property might to depreciate your
drainage was provided for.every toot of Compatible, congenial neighbors are some. of the attractions of this home, the price on which has
boulevard. Of course, all facilities such as been reduced to $42,500.
can be members. To them, member. thing that money alone cannot provide.
Naples city water the finest in Florida -
ship is given without charge with the purchaseof
electricity, telephone, television cable, etc. are their property. 1 15. We do not think that we overstate the STRIKING MOORINGS RESIDENCE built of brick and clapboard and set on
available throughout the area. facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the attractively. landscaped grounds on Springline Drive. There are two bed.
finest places to live in the United States." We three full baths den and electric kitchen
4. More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Coconut 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis Icems, paneled containing stove
palms and other exotic trees were movedin unsurpassed in Florida and equalled per. are confident that you will agree if fine with extra large oven, dishwasher, disposal and hand made kitchen cabinets.

to line the boulevards and other land areas. haps, in only a handful of America's more homes, luxurious surroundings, congenial Other features include a Florida room and porch, exceptional I closet
distinguished restaurants. neighbors, superb climate, and deep salt and storage space, wall-to-wall carpeting, central air conditioner and washer
5. Port Royal properties are not "lots." Theyare water at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you. dryer $33,250.

large, interestingly shaped private estate 11. Every home in Port Royal must be designed -
sites.. Properties range from one-half acre to by an approved architect and built for We look forward with pleasure to your visitor LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SPACIOUS AND SPECIAL?

several acres in size. its owner. Though there are homes in Port Inquiry at our office Harbour House You'll find it in the frame four bedroom waterfront houseon

6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on Royal which cost several hundred thousand Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive. One Fourteenth Avenue, South, in Aqualane Shores. This
deep, wide oceangoing waterways which dollars, it is possible to become a resident of block east of Gordon Drive. nome also offers a large living room, dining room, mod
connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and Port Royal for a minimum investment of ern kitchen, two baths and screened porch with barbecue

the Intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islandsto $55,000 to $60,000, including property, residence The grounds are seawalled and have a boat dock.
the south. and landscaping. Properties range in $26,350, including mortgages of $18,000.
price from $13,200 to $45,000, apart from
7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot building costs. I IOVEIY TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT for sale in Surf side, one of Naples'

of your lawn, even if your boat is a 90-foot 12. Every possible protection is providednow handsomest cooperative apartment buildings, right on the Gulf of Mexico.

yacht. end for generations to come. Only single Carpet, draperies and large new refrigerator are included in the purchase *

8. Port Royal's Beach Club is on 425 feet family dwellings can be built, now or forever.No 1 price.

of white powder sand beach, directly on the speculative building is permitted; no cooperative r
Gulf of Mexico. The Club Itself is a "gem- apartments; no commercial buildingsof KlfcASE NOTE OUR CHANGE OF ADDRESS. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITEDTO
either t
like structure without peer on coast any kind. Space required
or anywhere in between," said an eminent dences is 60% more than the highest zoning 1r FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTH, CORNER OF THIRD STREET.

ournalist. It was designed by John Volk of. requirement in Naples. No overhead electricor r

Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross /ld /&eee'i ,444 date4

Florida. streets or enter homes except underground. 4
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9. Memberships the Port Royal Beach Club small areas we first developed over twelve 111' '" In '..."It) I* e popu'tr (..(uro el l,. Ptn
sensible Royal Said Club; (fool I* It..ucl Purina wtntttn. & etaUtn4 0
are not for sale. Only owners of Port Royal years ago.) Many other protections ..... .)

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Housekeeper. live In. pleasant I
surroundings permanent. Ml gulf front apt. for 1961 season. -BRAND NEW" label Shores, Convenient Want to net lOW Let us show
1(21 E. Tamlaml Trill 2-17)4. 1/27,29.11 first l Lecctlon. Price. $795 $150 you the possibilities/ on these tduplexes
Can bo week .
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Midway WOOD MOCK Honored HOME blocks in. DevM C. Jones Realtor 151th $
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typing, and bookkeeping' Permanent Beth Seosontl ,...1.1. Will H2TV lOSS' occupancy rate. All
position. Q. H. Luff. Foundation Piles SUNOCO Sale Wooded hot four unit furnished. Asking |just
BONITA SPRINGS SPA Air condo efficiency and I reM for minimum ef I month. : nee
R... R. E. Broker, 421 Ith St. SIres. J. W DYCHES Bhedowlewn School, city weter 1)1.100. Be a landlord not a
announces No.1.11 I 2-2270. l/74tf Docks-Mooring Whips Lifetime Mufflers spos' Near beach *ivd REALTOR pvuawe! Easy Term Colt tenant. CARIBBEAN REALTY,
r;;itf. sMOll'1J,5p'ld .... 1144 3rd ST. SOUTH BllOway. 1192 *r see yeu 17W N. Trail Ml 2-I1U.
Charm and Reducing Classes Young. efficient Secretary (or MOtH Atrtemall. drydeckt 1141 2.2452 ......,. 2/2ltfsf _
mall office. Must know shorthand Naples Fla. I/, -
forming now. (Adult No taxesl That's what you can
or end operate electric
type. ABBOTT 3155,4541Trucks t bdrm. apt.. guest house. Near .
tees- .Ins have when you purchase property
writer. Send resume to Box
Teens classes) Call WYman beech and ACING "
shopping. Annette C.
17)7 YY I'- at Queen' Meharna Island.
Collier ZONED
County lUdio Road Wins' Realtor, 6n Ith BEACH CLUB COURSE ,
It. So.
We have for sale several good
2-2301, Bonita Springs, Fla. !/!!:!!... __ _ 1-1642 2-41U 1-447 Ml 2 $511. I/zt Owner will sacrifice osp. well NEIGHBORHOOD IHOPPING. residential, and commercial loss
TractorsDo bum new homo. Never been On Uth Ave. So. Owner.. Ml ,
t Queen' Cove at predevelepment
. WILLS HAIR .FASHIONS' Waitress wanted Mooring VIC'S SHOE REPAIR Complete Furnished apt. for rent. $11 par lived In. I bdrm, I ....... 2 3(19' or Ml 20)0.. N. P. Sloan price Thl I I. a once.In-
All branches Country Club Restaurant See Shoe Service Dyeing' endreflnlehlng. week. Inquire at 104$ CreechRd. large living' room with diningel Realtor, MO 9th St. So., Naplet. -llfet'me opoprtuftity to perUclpete .

417 Ith Avt.beauty So.service Ann Kennedy.:_ 2/27.M S2I Hh Ave.. So. you know you can getGMCi 5 l/29tf, : den, Large screened. porch 3/24,91 In tIna excluelv tex free
MI 2.74353BoatsMotors Nseles. 19(4 lObs pickup, truckfor facing' South. G.E. Kitchen wltti ere of O.ueen'1 Cove, Freeport
Exp. food checker. or high only $1799. See O. H. LUFF. all epo4iencee. O.K. Central M' x 100 HomeSite.. S blocks Grand Bhe-m '..nd.ot
school .re', -: !; -j jc tru.s., : Tune Ups LUFF QMC. INC. 421 9th St. 2 I bedroom furnished. apt*. heat and air, condo Landscaped. to ..ch. Ith St. No. $4,MO. price start at $2.495.00 with.

Woman for serving line. exp. No. temporary location., SSI per ""0.. ennual. No pete S2S.IOO. Call owner et Mid- Tom McBrlde. Reeltor, 1)2 good t..", .. 1/141
Acces. not necessary Apply In person Headlight Aiming II IStat! or smelt children "ask the way 2-4177 a>r stop Sunday at Perk St. So. Ml 1 2.*944. 2/lltf
at Lamplighter Celetena. man at Imperial", Imperial 525 Golf Drive.. 1.4 75r"IOJV. Realtor
1124. U14Help AAA Road Service Properties, 219 .... St. So. MI 3120.11.24.11 So., Ml 221M$
SPECIAL TRUCKS 2-2121. 1/22 PORT ROYAL Lot22' Gal'leon I/I 4 1564Waterfront
NAPLES ESSON. 1 bdrm. furnished on H acre. Drive. For Sale or 'Trade.Write :
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" Wanted Male Your Choice 1295.00 City water available. Top 'Investment Q. J. Herbert 2(20 Post

TRAILPET 49-House* For Rent et $.9M Road Dsrlsn' Conn. Property
runabout twin 40 H.P. ASS'T SALES MANAGER T. Chav. Walk.ln' RUTH ANDERSON. Broker

Johnson motors with only Above average earningi with I T. Ford Willis Opposite Ml 2-2IM courthouse or Ml on 2-1947 E. Trail Cypress Drive. 7k' residential WATERFRONT DREAMOVERLOOKS

ideal working, conditions await lot. $1400. C, C. Pocvlck
15 hra. since new. 2 18 e good administrator. Must be SITTERS. Will' wash walk ALL IN RUNNING RENTALS VII 7th Ave. So. 1/27.H

gal. gas tanks all controls able to close end work effec and watch. your pet for a small CONDITION WITH nJ. CBS House I bdrms.; __ DOCTOR PASS

tively with salesmen: 'In growing:: fee. Ml 2-4)11 or Ml 22041. 1964 LICENSE PLATES HOUSES IH baths carport and utility On. of THE MOORINGS finest
etc:. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. Naples Reel Estate Company 1/21 APARTMENTSFURNISHED. room. Beeutlfully lendscsoed.Ml To settle Estate. Lot II. Block waterfront lots Perfect sit.

er complete package Submit specializing return In to Quality box 1717 homes.AA Your Choice $295.00 UNFURNISHED. 2-419S. __ l/IMs K, RIANRld"hL 17(0No. for your Florid' home

$1,895. See at 1650 Murex Co'lUr' County News.. /ll.tf Transportation FURNITURE FAIR YEAR. IEAION.J.WDYCKES.REALTOR. SEASONAL RENT BEATER. I Trail. Ml 2-l55.$ '1I1tfIndu.II.1 J. W. DYCHES. REALTOR

HELP WANTED bedroom house on Frsnk Whitman 1144 Ird St. South
Drive or call Bill Tucker Leading QUAlity and expanding NO. TRAIL42Machln.ry Blvd., North Naples. $1,900 Ml 22452

Midway 2.4295 Excellent home builders" orgsnlittionneeds DRIVE A and you will know where )'011. LOb en Radio. Road lllTAKmtt _
a meture. productive 1144 Ird ST. SO.Iif can spend next winter' comfort U MI. E. of Airport.zoned C-l :'S LANDING' "co-op

Buy! salesmen with view toward New Hertz Car Equip. M'' "'" ably. See this before you heed. .W M J.... $1.500 with term: hunting r Compare the exciting
tlta future. Excellent working. back to the frozen N.rth. CARIBBEAN new concept In waterfront Co-

condition.. Contact Fred Pauly REALTY 17M No. Ttall Aer on Chesapeake Ave. ,In Oyater .
Lot ope
YACHT BROKERAGE Michigan. Homes Mooring Line ALL GAS PAIDTO GROCERY STORK | I rm. furnished, cottage Trail MI M15IV 2/2 It", |2l 00 dn.. bal. Ifl'$11 per x n.o'IKT$47i >. Bay. See It today or cell

Complete Naple* Listings Drive, The Mooring .f Naples. EQUIPMENTEverything Available Immediately., $71 per Mouse con..I. of two bedreemVIH Dick Hill Burton Broe. Ml 2-2121 after
Fin. Inboard Seats From 20' 1/1l.1f ANY OF you need for a5rocevy mo. I I'm. furnished. cot. bathe Living coons Oinmiroom Broker hours MI 2-19ir 1/27.tf
tage. Available April I. $M ( Office at the Hilhouaa '- -
Bob Martin MI 2-1757 NEED THE or tundry More.II per kitchen plenty I of Cab Co. -
Brunk-Smlth. Chris-Craft 1.1.! Key net) Family room fair candy).
COULD USE AN EXTRA 545. ft. Huttman Dairy Display. land. I/UIf.th
-- Box 17, Ooodland. Florid' '00"' ttrge sleeeiwith ,
(PORTS FISHERMAN 7 A WEEK. PHONE Ml Akron. Ohio ,Case 10 ft. Morton Meat Case I/ZU7.25 ., washer. 4 else water heater. 1250 Sq. ft. 2 bd,.. Garden
21 Ft. Ulrlckson. fly In. brldsa, 2.3g11.Tire Baltimore. Md. Apartment luxurious .
1/ltf ,- 9 ft. Warren Moat Case appointment '
225 Gray Marina, tlaap three Bangor Me. carport with storage cleeetand 7R* x 100' high" lot In centerof *. $15. 000 will finance, P.
S r eomplata with fishing chain I changer, also front end Boston Matt. I ft. 9v4* Frozen Cote I block from court hout*. t Terrace House le e. city Only $1790. "aak the O. Box 1421 er Ph. 2-1917,

and many other extra*. Top r.t.fn' person at Hutch I'U: M**'. II i C Hill Walk-in Box .." bedroom tarnished house. Air CBS construction. Terrain men at Imaprlal". I Imperial. i/nthstf
condition., $4950.00. Will, trada 1/27.79 Cherleston W. Va. Band Saw National G. ider eond., alec heat city water floors, electric' well. h for real colds Call Burton III. month plus utilities. range and refri*. In. Lovely, rully"'lu"rnithed 1 bdrm.,
Chicago 1:3"1':
Bret. MI 21121 or MI 1-317. MALE OR FEMALE Cincinnati' Ohio Toledo Tenderlier" 90"Meat : no pet*. Ml 14002.fU eluded. The Lot .H) 70 X IM 2 bath home, seawall, air con
x 110 lOll .
Block 2 Toledo complete with sprinkler" system on St .d..sa ditioned. Beeutlfully landscaped.
. S J/27.H MUST BE LICENSED Cleveland Ohio Scale bath three bedroom house *. tree and ''''"b.. Must Thomason Drive East: Naples 555, Excellent financing.Call I
Dayton Ohio AeVW Root Beer Machine' unfurnished with tho enceptlon be (100 ea 110 dn $10 mo = i
seen t* b. apreciatedLocation per Burton, Imperial
Far .
: .li '1. Thunderoirdcomplete REAL ESTATEBE Detroit Mich. complete. SIno delivered. of carpets. curtains, Move end few blocks. from Owner. Ml I 2 JOlt 2/Ilws Properties., MI 2-2121 after

with 2 Johnson out Evanston III. THE HILHOUSE CO. '.'r'' ,. Annual leas beech at 4M )rd Ave.. No., hou... MI '.'U7. 1/27.H
boardl .
in walar .. Evenivlll' .
le Ind.
than I YOUR OWN BOSS WATKINS 4 BARKAU under SI' 000 .Phone MI t 41)4.
71cr 'I... tItan half pric.l Flint. Mich.' Dick HillR.adiO St till Ave. So. Tel. Ml t-1141 7. ACNEIRFRONT'.V.
loll ItS II.. So EXCELLENTPROPOSITION Grand Rapids, Mich. Rd. MI 14)0) 'GORDON DR. LANG: COR 59-Acreage .r B \40 mile en wIts, pecee*
2/lIlh Hartford Conn. to Gulf can how by .
S blocks from court house I ''
FLARE 110... Indlanapollt Ind. 2 BATHS I BL. FROM BEACH. Beautiful ground $412
now Mid direct.Wholesale bedroom furnished hose,.. Air per
prtc**. II* to 21'. CALL MI Lexington Ky. 44-MobiU Homes cond., .. heat, city water. 311.11.17PtN Call Ml 1494). FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSE sore. Term*. CARIBBEAN'
Flare FIbirjI.se list Co.:, 2.2359 Loulsvlll: Ky.Milwaukee per month plus utilities). IN ON ROAD SURVEYED :: tn. 1710 N. Trail Ml
W!.. 1:3ult': ISO 00 DOWN A .
Lakeland. l/JTtf no pet*. Ml 1-4002. FOR. INSPECTION t : gw JJO'o.N tIe
Mlnneapollf, Minn. MONTH. A
Furnished. Trsilsr. .nced. wi0.siidsCs .. 4 I BR homee 11th .
House on I Av*
Molina. III. end
cottage rent
Available New Haven Conn. ing. TV. antenna; Month, IBth : ... between Ills 4 SlIt Sts. 65-Oen. Real Estate
Business Oppt.A 16-Help 55.500, terms Seq this Mobil. year 491 Av* So. priced from 114.100 to 117,100. AVE. SO. Ml 21221. 1/79.SU
New York "'""l '
City N. Y. Home todayl el eke Ifelly. WILLIAM: B. STONE, INC. 1O'iee close In. Adjacentto / ;;
Accounting, Bookkeeping' Cash New York City. N. Y. 0. U. LUFF, 421 III, St., No.: : I hIres furnished house. 151 Builder eccess roods end power. Owner leaving wlnl.Must sell)
GOLDEN ier, General, Clerical' Work or Philadelphia Pi. Mldw.y .2270.. per mo. 2717 Davis" Blvd. Ml S* Tenth St. N*. Ml 2-IMI $1.900. Collier County Reel Es Price reduced 2
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY' any other related employment. Pittsburgh, Pt 1lOtIs' .'IOM. ./2.,.' .1.. Ml 2O9I9. Open Sundays.3ISw.tf Tile Bathe $12,100 terms.Seagatal .
:: Portland, Ma.
WANTED: A couple OP couple Full time, I or S dey week.' : Richmond, V*. FOR SALE) In quiet neighbor. Waterfront Lots
for Owner-Management of the Salary subject to discussion.' Roanoko Va. 19(4 TITAN S4.00 Besutilul 2 bdrm. I bath homo hood. Large 1 bedroom home II--- -Ceeenul Discount. for limited time, PRIVATE .
: acres
Beautiful, Bonlta Sprlnga Spa Cell Ml 2.8221. 1/27.H St. Lou I., Mo. 2 bedroom IM bath on watart for crater$lil and per inc.ip'v included., refrlg-' easily: made 1 Into 4 ,bedroom, I Grove. City adjoining water, 4 streets Beach.Acjualane .

Hotel., Excellent term to the "Colored Girl, 21, needvork. Syracuse, N. Y. Carport landtceped. Occupied Adults only, reference beth.n.n fireplace." Large $11,100. terms Philip' Keyes Shores home Fully
right\ partial. Contact Bartonally Housecleaninf. Call Rebecca Toledo. Ohio only I weekt. Naples Land quired. CARIBBEAN REALTY re porch 4 utility ehed. P., O. Box l)0. Ml 2710.. furnished, 4 ready for living !
Dr. Cha*. Qnau Wyman Gordon at Ml 2-15M after 4 Trenton N. J. Yacht Harbor Lot It), Pier C Air condo In bedroom. New 2/111f $17.500.
2-2)01 or write. P. 0. Box I2(. 324.St2OCemeteryLots p.m. Wtthlngton D. C. 1/29 W50 N. Trail., Ml Kill.rVttftttf fence enclosed 10 5 II cwlm- _ __ _ _

Bonlta Sprlni Florida.SMALL Worcetter M.... Will tsde free and mini, pool. Lots of storage .. r for trailer sr homeeite ever 1 BR hem with hl..VSjll.O GuestHousi .
acreage cupboard apace. $11,900. |.))SO. trect 2H acre S acre
.1/22St ,,,,. '
lId furnished. house. TV
: clear for 10' wide t..II. Cot.list' '/ZI tracts with electricity' and 2 Blocks of Beech Beautiful
drive' t
you eec
\ MOTEL.APTS.-NEAR of the above northern* any cllI. f 2.3955.County Open Reel Sundays.Estate, MI. : :.etaMto'cable, carport Sea Oat, screened School.porch Heat.Ml ,.- RETIREMENT HOMES "t" roda..Othe>JiiB *crg tr.at:,.... .4 Mflrnjsus only' $7,100 terms. *

BEACH HAS EVERYTHING. let In a spanking new .p.,. 3/I Iwstf 2-7041, 22I.2SJrbdrm. Michigan Ave., 4 now under tie dn. $2j per mo. and up. Lot $791 farms SabalShore p
Collier' County Reel (elate. Ml
OWNER .UILDIHG LARGER kiln, clean low mileage : aenartuctlon 2 yet to be sold.' *.
MOTEL. EXCELLENT IN. 4 PLACE FAMILY LOT FOR Hertz Chevrolet or other I furnished hout Ml Buy now end choose all your 2 19S9 Open Sunday'. see office of
COU. MI 2.1521. fine' cart Hertz pay for Trailer with cabana and carport 2:Sls after I; U p.m. /27.tf Home color: 111.470 CA Itl.. 2/llfwth DAVID fi. JONES
2ZotfethINTERESTED SALE. BOX 17)7 DO. fat and oil. for rant or ..I.. Nice lo Lv ...
cation. MI 2 bdrm. furnished. home. Air REALTY 1790 Ko. Trail, acre U 00 dn. end W"HMI:
24191 or 2-2792. 00 111 Ith Ave._ 244M
Ml Slits $9 per ISO .
CALL HERTZ NOWTO 327.11 conditioner. Location: Mich. P0lfitlsLbdrns. ne Interact. $350One

IN : ., Call Ml 2-4491 1 .II\ ".m.. }U' from mile Collier from Golden Gate. OWNER TRANSFERRED .
". 21-Lost S Found RESERVE your fine vlr.tHm.: Prank Whitman beacn. Central! heeling end air" City.. Ml County Reel Etele. bedrooms, beths.. Corner lot
OLDTIME HERTZ Car while this of. 45-Trailers For RentT"I. Blvd. 1/27.29,11 coM Mtrlowo end Beck Realtors )/: 2-)9ll. Open sVmdeylltfwthe Near schools Fine family
for lattt. 41) 9th Av*. SO) Ml '- home

RETAILING YtARLYRENTALU""URHIIHIED !ysehlf.! ..... _ _ '1" Ac,. Camp lit. ,z.s'eALm ,
RING FOUND ON BEACH IN ..* for rent. Special low ilk ..,.. I mIle fro' CIottI.1I OWNER WANTS TO SELL this
In Call
? THE VICINITY OF Ird AVE. Naples MI 2-3850 rate te nu,... and ion ncome bdrm, IH Gate, I mile north ef prepaaed CUSTOM BUILT 2 bedroom
NO. OWNER MAY CLAIM ..YIDENTt"YIHG folk*. Trailer blth 'Id.nc. $155 per m. HOUSE: FOR SALE I".b..h home on 100' x 111
Want to talk, to perton Inter.etted AND PAYING 1/2Uf well spaces" $5.00 per J. W. DYCHEa Owner moving North 4 bedroom .. Ft. Lauderdele reed |IM CASH. lot North Naples locellon.
Fishing. ,
in an old country store docking envl'egt 1144 Ird 1ft. '.ao.M I beth custom built CBS Absolutely. the finest Inveatment
or oldtime' :, soda fountain typo FOR AD. l/2.tf *. I 2-2452 horn, leer school end shopping speculation 'In Collier" County EXTRA \INCOME may b* your
Sale LUFF. R. E. Brbr. from this 2 bedroom' [-basIs
of retail tailing. 38-Autos For ROCK CREEK 1/Il center. Large PI*, roomandgarege. .riaG.tt".i -
: : home plus GUEST COTTAGE
----- : Kitchen has Built- St. No. Midway In
You might have e business that 23-Misc.: For Sale TRAILER PARK47Trailer I bedroom house, furnished. in rang end 10" even. Coder. 2-2271. excellent location Both com.pletely .
could be converted; suitablereal liw.aLAiraort or end birch' paneling throughout lurnished-THE PRICE
unfurnished' lease _
O.K. UCSCO CARS on yearly
estate or money to Invert. hem*. Central ell heel. Beauti: SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN IS RIGHT)
MAPS JHJ Chevy 2 Cpe. Low Kwlk Chek ..... Call J. 'W,
I can tupply a fine' collection City County Tope Mn.. Clean 1J9S.OO Lots For Sale Dvches. Realtor, Ml 2-2412. ful lawn and underground ACREAGE Contact
old 1 tore fixture. end collector, Odlnkllng NOW I tract located.
XEROX Copyln Instantly 1/22 tyatam pump. acre Marcum Br orCorner
IWO Chevrolet St. Wag.Powerfllde :: : utnd. Virgil lef
Item e design end tain CAPLES BLUEPRINTING Air-conditioned.. .. aeon lust one mile from U.S. 41.
promotion plan. SI) SIPs Ave. So. Ml 2-2152 Steer P. 12tS.OO La.* Kelly attractive, Mobile ...utiful. like new CBS Duplex to be apprecleted.. Reasonably Drlv. en le I.P. t' with TrailDEWEY ef let Av*. .... 4 Tetstleml .

3/I Itt Homo alte, Large bedroom with twin priced. $1211 Royal Palm Drive your lees car end compare It
Will be In Naples Mrach 2129. 1MI Comet St. Wag. Very pump teptl landscaped tank fence wall end beds: walk. ,In closets tile beth P11. MI '..4150.o against I any other! Only 111 POLLY
Beautiful, custom wood kitchen Clean. Auto. litl.OO en
Leave your name end phone down full }7II. For
number at Box 1737"". Will ceblnett. Never used low priced I 0S5i Pontiac! St. Wag. one tide must be teen t* be appreciated. with eliding,' glass doors, IVcondltlo.ld. bodVdt-'mo, 2 bathe. IH blocks further Information price contact
; .
contact 1/27,4/2 Immediate delivery. Ml All Power 111900 O ... LUFF, roots kitchen & Cinetis. Air beech. On Central' Ave. $)!.< D. BEALTY-
you. 2-I05S. l/10tf It5l Pontlae Conv. R. E. Broker. 421 9th St.. No. electric' h..t. City 00. Has deluxe living room 'I.r.:40 Enterprises Inc.: ._ _
DUPLEX: L..font-p. ;: ;;. New Top, Clean 1115.00 Midway' 22271.48Apts. weter $19 ysarly. Adutta. no Florida. room combination with P. O. Bex 97) BEACHFRONT LOT

beamed ceiling 2 bedrooma. Binocular, English Bicycle' ItH Ford St. Wag. p.I.. P.O. lox U. N.pl. fireplace' screened porch and Studded with topicel tree, B
one tide, rented for $51 SO. Mort. Mayta Washer. Chairs Black Dr. VI I01S.OO 921,105 enclosed garage. Alee Included Ills Acres on Stale Highway. beautiful building site, 200'

,.I. payments S60. Yours toe Rocker; large white rugs newpring SKI Falcon I Dr. For Rent draped end carpeting. Tom ."1. MO ft. read frontage. 'In deep. Full price, 19.200, Good
11.500.. Call Burton Iroa. MI and mattress. Ml 2-4711 Srt. Stick 199.00 McBrtde: Reelter, 112 Perk St. Section 21, Township 41 South Terms.
.2121$ 0' MI 2-3U7. 2/27.1f after 4pm. l/29stf IMS Ford Cony. 50-Rooms For Rent Se. Mt 2444.' 2/lttf fcango 21 K. Only' $12,100 with H ACRES

II cu. ft. AMC Refrigerator.Big VS. Sharp 411.00 EBB TIDE APIS. feed t.,..... Beet CARIB Between. Temleml Trail 4 Gull
1997 Ford Cony. VS BEAN REALTY 170 N Tarn- with. creek running through the
freeze M top. ExcellentCondition. Modern furnished efficIencies I bdrm. furnished home end I
12-Help WantedGrill Only 1(100 if sold Stick Shin '''.00 bedroom apt. 150 a Room and privet both twin bdrm. furnished apt for rent I.mLTraiL041Jw.y1; 5154.Per popertyVIII/ divide! In It acre

quickly.' MI 2-4104 after I p m. USED TRUCKS :nnl"l. Kelly Rd. 1/I7.H bed. 2 blkt. from beech end next cease Knew 'where you trailer, or homeeite ever fracta. $100 per .c,.. Good

FURNISHING FROM MODEL 19(1 Chevrolet LWB town. 242 7th Avo. So. 'r. .tf will ; I ear tract IM acre S acre Terms.
Cook. Day or evening shift. HOME THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY HT Fleettide Pkup 1111.00 pie*. 'CARIB'BEA'N'. 'REALTY' Irects with., electricity' end LEE LEDFORD. REALTY
Waitress for evenings experienced TO BUY LIVING 115 Chevrolet SWBHT 2 Bedroom furnlthed, Efficiency Living rm. bath and SIrs Private )7(0 N. TrailMIYANKEE'S 2.(155.. reads. Other big *crg. tracts. Senile, ,pln"5. '1..
only. Apply et Vanderbilt ROOM 4 BEDROOM FURN. Fleettide Pkup Sti.OO Apt. N, pats or children. Ml entrance. Breakfast privilege $70 dn. $70 per m*. and up. Wy I
: Beech Sundries. ISHINGS BELOW WHOLE See lit For Your 23)17 erMI_ 2.0951.3/l5.tf! for couple or ledle Ill LANDING a te- Collier.. County Real (:state. Ml I/10.H.
l/2.tf SALE USED ONLY FOR Transportation Needs. IHh Ave. ... Ml 2.. ". tally new conception 'In weler 2.1919. Open Sundey
Finincing I I bdrm. furnished aptt. Near 1/17.21 front Co-op on Chesapeake Ave. 2/letfwthe
Couple for motel and fishing CHEVROLET. INC. peach and shopping. Weekly I from $7,100 to (It.ooo See It I OLLIER[: COUNTY NEWS 11flulld.
,..ort. Domestic duties live TOMLINSON THOMASVILLE 1)0 9th St. N. MI 21105 monthly or year around. Midway today er call Burton .,... Ml I Acre Tract *n bleed 'lea reed; .
In. Apply In .1 'nook Naples. '1.. 2.104I. 3lI.tfTClce.enestIR'CaII -Wanted To Rent 22121 after hour MI 2-1)24. 17790, with Term CARIBBEAN .
1/27,1f REALTY 1790 N. TI..
Hole Mol.l. M.co. 24121. 1/29.11 MI 2.4lw. emi Trail, Midway 2(159. .,, March 2', 1114
3121.5t WOOD CHRYSLER J/I WANTED pTNE" RTD May first 2 bed.
Ideas 2 bath house. Fie. room _
26 Personal SABAL SHORfcS APTS. room furnished house, apart lawn and
U Rambler' overlooking large
13-Help: Want. Female Wagon. Air Amb. VI 2969.00 Efficiencies, available Ktlly Rd. ment or duplex In CIty: with: lake. Expensive landscaping Includes 61 Income PUBLIC NOTICI
AC Beat, yearly resist Quiet Property
12 Chrysler, New Yorker, and Areca Ave. Ml 4491.. palm citrus. tropical! ,
couple, ,
l/24.tf no parties no pets. tree and shrubs. Sprinkler IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
Receptionist. end secretary. Ap extra chin 109500 Write P. O. Box 172 tyt-
ply In parson at Naples Ic.1 WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE (2 VW 2 d". sedan 1499.00 1121.tf Naple tern, wall It wall aarpeting In A GOLDEN DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Center or call I Ml: ,red ADDRESS OF. CHARLES A. 62 Karmann Glue. Furnished, I living room, draperies. New BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Case Ne. 17041
1/74.51 SMITH AND .FAMILY FORMERLY 11.000 miles .194 00 Ml 'It. Adult Living rm. bath end bd,,,,. Prl- Hotpeint ....aII.,. refrigerator WANTED/ ) A couple er couple' JUDGMENT ENTERED
OF PALMETTO COURT C2 Renault Oordlnl 104900 rli: 2-2(51 or ) vale entrance. .,..k..t privileges and despfresie Laundry roam, for Ownr-Mngmnt of the ,', January 19(1

Women to do light, ...ov..orll.nd NAPLES. CALL MI 2-1219 AFTER 12 Chav. B.I, Are, VI --- ----- for couple or ladle, ill. central heel. Complete: : privacy' Beeutlful lentIl Spring Spa BISCAYNE "INANCICORPORATION
cook 1 ", ..1. 1 hour dally I P.M. RAH Aut. 119500 111k' A.... 10. MI 11Z29. without isolation.. Just $27.900 Motel.' Excellent term te the

r 1 hour 1 day a week. Ph. II Pontiac 4 dr, fact Efficiencies Day, Week, or IIZ'.1t for this distinctive property.CARIBBEAN right. parties., Contact ........ PlaintiffLEONARD .
Ml I .2-4104 alter I p.m. If air 'loaded 1195 00 Month: (IRIS MOTEL). Ml REALTV7 I'M N.Trail. : ally Dr. CII... Gnu Wymen v.
Counter 4 kitchen help. Over II Austin 415 00 2-2)02 or Ml 2-1155. Ml S SlOb. 2.2)01 er writ P. O. Box 12$. R. BROWNDefertdent

II. wented. for cI.yS. Must b* MINK STOLE II Buick La Sabre, 54-Trad. or Sell 3/I lsllsof Bonn Spring, Florid.
ettady end reliable. Apply In Emba Autumn Haze Full skins.. cleen I owner. 179900 Furnished. I _,.*... apartment. i r1 ted room 711'.4" !iOu... 1/22.51 NOTICE OF. SHERIFF'S: SALE

person Carousel Drive In. North Worn four times. I2M. 91 UthAv 10 Dodge Wegon. VI. huge living room kitchen fail of Kwlk Chek en IJih IDEAL FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,.
trail. 1/ll.tf *. South. I/2I.M out. PS radio lOSS 00 4 bath. Ml 2.1491. 2/2tf Naples Bowling Stock for cere- Ave. $ 700. Naples Reel EstateExh. : SEAFOOD BUSINESS the undersigned ee Sheriff of Co
If Crown Imperial 4 dr. age. Lots Mertjagae. at* O.H. : I.... IM isle Ave. Se.Ml Her County Florida, under and by
t Hdtp clean 129500I LUFF, R. C. Broker. : 4219th I 9131 For Sale Commercial lId virtue of a Writ of Execution I-
BETTER APTS FOR LESS I yr. eld.I SO' a 12' CBS. 120' sued In above-styled cases the 54thday
CLASSiniD DISPLAY CUSStFffiD DISPLAY Cadillac 62 series. Air" till 00 SINo MIdway. "2! .!.
en Henderson Creek. 19(4, has levied
)14' x 14' of February
17 Sludebakar
Wagon new Clean cool CMS. .
city water, } bd ,,,,, furnished. home and t
walk 1 In cooler, Ml 24174 orMl and will. effer for Isle, and
valve' Job 29500 TV cable paved parking' Weekend Lovely Pine Ridge 1 bedroomHome bd..... furnished. apt. for rent 2.1791. /27.f upon sell subject te outstanding liens,
51 Ford
cyl. 49500 weekly monthly DUPREC: will enchenge for downtown pest .iasOS. Knew 'where you mertgege and/or other encumbrances.

APTS.. 2991 Francis A.... S. Homo $21,100. Contact O. will spend next winter' In Nerleo. Hlnee temeei see te asH my If any, to the hltiheet. bidder
E. H. LUFF, R. E. Broker, 4119th CARIBBEAN REALTY. J ept. buIlding with fumrahlnn.See .
Like J.... See at Naple Naple (off Shadowlawn) for *ah et the Sheriff Deewrtment
new 11I.1fDOWT St.. No.. 22271. N. Trail Ml 2.($IH.Vbdrm. at 112 7th Av .
.Sll1n It nl ;N T AI. Awnlm and Glass or !Mt Broad Mldwey any day Ba.3jtf Door (main entrance) to the

.. Avo. N*. Ml' 2-M2I. 1/22 BUY OR RkNT I bald ".m.'. 1(0 from Collier County Courthouse: In (Eetl)
UNTIL. YOU ICE beach Central heeling and air HUNGRY Neplee. Florida' on the '19th day ef
'conditionedsvejmminjj YANKEE'S LANDING 55-Stores Office cone). Marlewe and Beck Reel9 Resteurent for ssl.*. I....lee April 1944 el 1:00: P.M. th. following
2 fcedfopm fceaeh>Apartment;. a if Tern described. property, t* wit:
"" Av' &I. IotII .SZU. IS.OOI down. McBrIde <
: 'month.st CUSSimO' DISPLAY Exciting unu...... d.".'.ntl A I ;:h:II ...eeiter lit Perk ... Be. Ml Lote M. 17. 40 end 44. Block II
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pool., ,.pe* Ave.waterfront Coop on Chesapeake Office, Space II 5 II ft. Per ----- 2-aMg. 1lOtlCentreHy of Nepln Perk. Subdivision Unit
: In Oyster Bay tease with Rent at $41 per me Coest Number I. according te the Flat
bedroom. 2 beth house In
option to buy. Burton Bret Ml Colony Bldg.. itO Mh Ave. I*. I leeeted laundry *ndedleining thereof recorded In Plat Beek I,
Herbor new
1 ; 2 2121 .r Ml 2)9)7. 1/77.If yr. .
) ra'L"o'o. '104. of She PubeM Records
.nl.I< i/lroi' 'SRL'SdNIl\r; If Call Ml 1 27)14 after stare building wIthincIseS et Page Florid.
ef Collier
(: M p."'. l/22,2wke Merlewe end! Beckteeners. County.
House For Sale CUSSinfD DISPLAY FOR RENT COMMERCIAL Ml Mh Ave. 5.. Ml lets 1. end 44. Sleek 21 at Neplee
.i BLDQ With er without apt. In 2 123$. 1/"" Park SubdivIsIon' Unit 2. accord.Is. .
: I9' i :!; /..Jf. '2 ,:.:to;: 'i: t'S; -- ,..r. ....101I.111.. 22151.Jll Large I bdrm. 2 beth homo offered to the Pll thereof recorded. InFlat
by owner U27 I 11th St. Book 2. et Page Iii ef the
1'M df ij: Ic,1,, ;: ,1 ,.. "?\JlfJi11.." phJI Owner moving North. 4 N. Ml I 2-1094 or Ml 2-4947 Iscrlflee sale 9T e II Cows.morale Public.. Records ef Collier County.
; Temiemi Trait ..or.. For ReM l/2tsws en 'Rt. 41 et Pels Fleride.Deled .

,"," 'l:,.' .t ) ,\\r ,;:.' ,:;, ::?". ?; ,(',}},! ;,:\': ,. bedroom, 2 bath custom \ -for Commercial$,,, per ...or.. Professions See Q. H.! en River.water.:Will front e<*2ir*el dee any .,.IScT... I i.*.. this Ird day of March A.D.
: near Luff. A. (. .,.h". 421 Ills enable dOer, Call *w.*, Ml C. A. DOUG MEMORY

schools and shopping cen- \ .St. N*.. Midway 2 2270.Services _. RUBBER STAMPS 2-4M4. 2A '.551 Sheriff Florid ef Collier County

ter Large Fla. room and Mar !(. 22. 29. Apr. .. 19(4 Ill

Nit. ; i KWH, !tt: } '::i ';, M ;;':;j ,t'Qh.' garage. Paneling through Nadura, ,p.duftydesigsed: OfferedNU Services Offered Services Offered MOPE THAN hAIR OP

en .' rf, l,. l, SI;':,:, v f( i'lrt;;$. ; OQ; out home. Central oil k-_. 'to ftw stya. .si...,.,fti4. Painting. WAY with SPRAY., Interlock CO_Spray for RENTALS Rip-Hap Seawalls ntTXJRN FLORIDIYS FOR TCXRISTS ftNOTHEH VISIT WILL I

: ; heat. Beautiful lawn and a r/bca/e/ ,.,.f ravel FREE t'wAftl.; specialty.Licensed: "...I... 4 Baby Bed and Rock Groins

.i ?:i: ,: : '. ,, ':; ; ;/: ; ;i.i"!!: : : :, ; '" .: 4 ....,.... Art Schulthol, Midway ay

:, ; : ; :,,!. ::, \: .: ,; : ;.'; underground sprinkling The Hilhewse Co.PuMie 24504. Screened Crib HI.Chairs CreoMt r"iers seewells end) gro4n deck.*.

and Air- Stroller'' Porte-Crib
system pump.
: Stereie I Ml. t. Telephone answering service

.(.Cbf ffiutC&rann. / ((11. .'''I: conditioner. Reasonably .f Airaert Ml ex I4NI It...* II.... space also. small end rceptienlt effic with elf 4165.sign, and other need for* unexpectedgueat MARATHONDREDGING GREET:

Call 24)51.VIC'S CO.

6.t'ifth't";) n. MJ'2nJ.JI -.'''':;:. priced.1233 Royal Palm Dr. MeW's dji .-SHOE--REPAIR-_ Com"enete .Delivery & pick-up service Drodft, Drsfline 7i/E/tf

She &ervice. Dyeing e..drefinlehlng. and Dozier Work
Honda. Ftwne MI 2-4850 121 Ith Av.. ... THE HILHOUSE CO. wgI : !
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All Carriage Club Apartments DIRECTLY Face The Gulf, Without Obstruction'

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If you visit us around "sunset time," you've a special thrill in store as the wide waters of the gulf takeon yt-
the varying hues of the setting sun ,;:':;::::,
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: THE MOST IN SPACE ,,'::':: There's. rtbthlng to spoil your view of the beaches and gulf all apartments DIRECTLY face the ocean. ,
:;: Y u're not looking across. a courtyard at your neighbors. Another extral! to the north, there's an
AND QUALITY FOR I adjoining, private moorings park. It's ALL yours) #

h\I Maintenance? taxes and insurance, $45-$60 per Month. ;
While you're here or'away you have full-time :
4': professional management ),. Every Apartment Comes With its own Warranty Deed!
Freeform heated swimming pool :;;:: '
:? i Each apartment Is equipped with the most modern LAND OWNERSHIP INCLUDED!
:: and efficient central heat and air conditioning !\
#a 4 Attractive car portes
Memberships subject EXCLUSIVELY to the approval
?y 2 TV outlets in each apartmentLuxuy 1 I
of the Carriage Club Board of Directors, thus assuring
landscaping come and see Itl!
perpetual quality residency. t'
;; Private lockers for extra storage
G E automatic laundry equipment,centrally located Construction of the Carriage Club is by the First Florida Resource Corporation -

the leading builder of luxury cooperatives in Naples The Mansion
House! The Bahama Club, The Reef Club and The Gulf Shore Colony Club.
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