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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Fair through Wednesday. Con. &JKY&N a.m. 'p.m. I.m. p.m.

ttnued cold tonight low in 40s. S1sr. 31 2:0' 1:32 1:32 8:13

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north and northeast 8 to IS mile Apr 2 3:30 2:25 8:20 9:34

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40th YEAR-NUMBER 174 10 Pages 10 CENTS TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1964

j What's In A Name? r. County Ironing Out Legal DetailsSmoothing Ar and

Council To Weigh "+'t Way The ''Wow Mr


Street Changes DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) A
Lebanese Protestant ministerand

( two Syrians convicted of
City Council will discuss ges It would like to see made. spying for Israel were hanged
changing some street namesdur. All these suggestions have been For Park Vote in Damascus today and their

ing Its regular meeting tomorrowat offered to help alleviate confu. bodies left dangling for hours,
9 a.m. In the City Hall meet. slon of street names as such. while thousands looked on.

I Ing room. So far, there has been no off!. The churchman, Jamil El
Council members have sug clal suggestion of a wholesale K.rh, was convicted Monday

rested some changes the Parks renaming of streets, although that I The County Commission was In Is jeopardized by court action. to surplus bond money the County night of running a spy ring In

Board has recommended some may come up tomorrow special session this morning If the County gains permissionto will have on hand? That question connection with his church mis
others, and the Building Depart An arrangement is being studying the best way to acquire float a bond issue for the total went unanswered slon. His two leading aides,

ment has reported on some chan. worked out whereby persons drlv. r f propert for a public recreation purchase price, makes the Could It be used for purchaseof Jamil Hadd.d and Yusef Laktl

ing east on 22nd Avenue North park, about 166 acres stretching purchase, and then state funds additional recreation areas? neh, were hanged with him.
will not have to go a block out of' northward from Vanderbilt Beach become available, what happens The commissioners were t In i The tribunal sentenced seven
Arrest 4 Jax their way to cross the railroad to Wiggins Pass. More than a agreement that an all out effort fugitive defendants to death In

tracks. The three.way deallnvol.ves mil of short line is Included. Nation's Capital should be made to take the necessary ., absentia. The wife of the minis

In Bribe- the City, the school board, Too many "Us" and unknown steps to gain authorityto ter was given IS years hard la.
Cops and owners of two lots at the facts prohibited any definite ac. Feels Tremors Of make the purchase. It was bor.

present east end of 22nd Ave. SIX AMERICAN FLAGS were presented yesterday to tlon this morning, but the board agreed a proposition for a bond
Taking Probe nue. Council will be asked to was to meet again at 1:30 p.m. Alaskan Quake Issue should be a part of the, SAIGON, South Viet Nam
pass upon this plan. the Naples Junior High School by the local American to further study problems and May primary ballot. (AP) A South Vietnamese

Council probably will award Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Charles P McCool auxiliary will attempt to draw a resolution WASHINGTON (AP) For Ranger battalion killed 32 VietCong
JACKSONVILLE CAPMOrl! about two hours last Friday tho
the contract for the Water Plant authorizing a referendum which THE PAOFFCommissioners guerrillas Monday In a
than 75 members of the president, is shown one flag to Carter
presenting which
city po. No. 2 additions and the East can be a part of the May S prl. ground on Washington weighedmeans I I three.hour battle 30 miles north
lice department were questioned Naples water pumping station. Bryan, president of the Student Council. Supplying mary election ballot. stands shimmered back and of paying off bonds which, of Saigon, U.S. military sources

overnight and four veteran offi. The original low bid was $347, school classrooms with flags is a nation-wide project The board quickly reviewed the forth, up and down. might be Issued. Should racetrack said
cers were arrested on charges 870, somewhat over estimates, offer of the St. Charles CharU When the activity- byprod money be used, or should I Ranger losses were placed at
of the
of taking protection payoffs so the low bidder and the city's American Legion Auxiliary, with flag sales ties, Inc., to immediately buy uct of the Alaska earthquake- an ad valorem tax be levied? 7 killed and 31 wounded.

from gamblers. water engineers trimmed some used to raise money for the project. Sales headquar the property and hold it for r*. ended, Washington was about Quick calculations revealed that

expected Authorities to make said more today arrestsin they items and got the project cost ters for the flags in Naples is at Paul Mason's Texaco sal to the county if and when where Studies It had of new started.instruments at lass than one half mil levy could i ATHENS, Greece (AP) -
down to $295,000.The the Commission has the authority meet yearly and Keeping a campaign promise
obligations ,
the department but declined Parks Board and Recreation Station on the North Trail. (NEWS photo) to make the purchase. the National Bureau of Stan.dard. oft an Indebtedness of $200,000 i Premier George Papandreousays
to give details. .
any Board, which held a Joint R will be a minimum of 13 ahowedsStarting over a term of years.Commissioners Ms government will free
Duval County Sheriff Dale meeting last week, recommendedthat months before all obstacles can at 11:05 p.m. Friday, agreed that a the 400 Communists .Ullin prison .

Carson conferred with County a parcel next to Water Plant be cleared to permit a county the ground her went up about bond Issue should be reduced t to i because of the 164749 revo-
Solicitor Edward M. Booth. In No. 2 be named Flelschmann purchase. The 1965 Legislature one inch, then sank about two lution.
County's Top Spellers a minimum, leaving "no loos i
their possession reportedly was Park. This recommendation will I will get Into the act with spe. inches, then rose two inches. ends." Papandreou's Center Union
Information from the FBI. The ups-and-downs continuedon
come up tomorrow. legislation In this afternoon's session,, party holds 169 of the 300 seats
There was no Indication of the Also to be considered is the St. Charles Charities, inc., a slowly diminishing seal the board was to meet with a fit* in Parliament and he was virtually -
type gambling the four arrested Naples Little League's requestfor has negotiated with the Walter tot about two hours. At the cal agent to further discuss tissue t*, certain to win approval

ed.police officers allegedly protect. a portable concession standIn Ready For Big TestIndividual Mack estate to purchase the landat sam time, the ground was roll. and attempt to draw a resolution for his amnesty bill
bit from side to side
Gambler Park Two public a cost of $487,500 cash The ing a for a bond issue which, Among those to be set free .is
Booked at county Jail on hearings will be held, one on resale to the County will be with. Each up.and.down move took voters will be able to act upon, Tony Ambatlelos, whoa Brit.
charge of accepting bribes changing the meeting date of the school Porter out profit to the charities or. about 12 seconds. But because In the May primary, lsh.born wife's efforts to win
were Capt. Harry F. Branch, 41, spelling St. Ann's Clarice there was no great jar, no split
Zoning Board of Appeals, the ganlzatlon. The offer includes a his release embarrassed Queen
head of the breaking and enter. other on vacating an alley In the champs and runners-up have and Mary Ann Ross i. saving of over $60,000 to the ting of the earth's crust, Dr It. Frederika on a visit to Londonand
Ing and the morals detail been named In all nine ele- Elementary K. Cook of the Bureau of Stan,
squad Everglades
Stone subdivision in the south partof County as compared to $550,000 J MacArthur 1 'Critical'WASHINGTON helped bring down the gov.
and brother of assistant ChiefH. town. Bids will be receivedon mentary schools of the coun Patricia Davis and Dolores the County had earlier consider.ed dards said no one vn felt l thej rnment of Premier Constantine

V. Branch; Capt. Gerald W. paving Broad Avenue South ty, and the winners are pour- Thompson. as a purchase price. various moves (AP) Cen. Carman alls,
Duggan, 59, In charge of a unl. between Eighth Street and the Ing over the spelling books In Immokalee Elementary Expert indicated the sam eral of the Army Douglas Mac.

form squad; Lt. Grover C. Star. Bay. preparation for the finals of Kenneth Whidden and Dana Dau- HOW LONG? thing happened elsewhere in the Arthur's condition: continues
ratt Jr., 44, head of the morals the "County Spelling Bee." In this morning's discussion country. Places closer to Alaska 'i critical, doctors reported today, DAMASCUS. Syria (AP) All.

detail, and Egt. Bert W. Hagen, The Collier County News. gherty.Tommie Darfleld Deborah the Commission studied the had greater movement but vir. 'but the kidney difficulty that ing King Saud of Saudi Arabia
42, who works with Starratt In amount of a possible bond Issue tually all of the movement went I rave him a setback has Improved has been stripped of all powers,
the morals detail. Florida Citrus sponsors of the annual spell- Williams and Diana Williams which will be to unnoticed. I IJJ slightly. and Ms brother, Crown Prince
required handle
Ing contest, will award a $25 Carver Elementary Aubrey Faisal and
They were released In bondsof the deal and how long it should proclaimed regent
$1,500 apiece. Savings Bond to the county Smith and Patricia Ann Walker. uncontestod ruler of the oiurlcn
Safe run. five 10
Sheriff Dale Carson said J .MM.. Vegetables champj; $10 to the second place Bethune Elementaryr Bobby longer, years, years or Annual ..:..,. king-torn, Mecca radio .

police officers are charged with winner and $5 to the student Powell and Jerry Austlle. An unanswered question dealt Cancer CrusadeFor announced Monday night

working with local gamblers by Hurt By Frost finishing third. These awards DuPont Elementary: Fred with the part the Stat might Faisal took over after a I I.t

receiving protection payments will be made In two divisions Beasley, Jr. and Ruby Jewell play in the future In establishing power struggle that threatened to

bf"In substantial amounts. LAKELAND (AP) Temper. of the county contest. Robinson the recreation park. If the Stat Funds Ooens Aoril 1 plunge Saudi Arabia into civil
return the
allegedly allowed police the officers atures that dipped as low as 27 The NEWS also offers rib Cynthia Carpenter was county participates. the bond Issue war.

'gamblers' degrees overnight did substantl.al bons to the first three placesIn champ a year ago In one could b* cut in half. What *f. s -
to operate unmolested. damage to young, tender vegetables the two divisions of the finals division representing Lake feet will the State's undetermined The American Cancer Society cancer is an urgent problem, and CAIRO AP) The United

palgning Mayor for Haydon Burns, cam. in north-central Florida, and ribbons to three place Park Elementary. For the past position have on the sale of announced today that it would w* must waste no time In develop. Arab Republic Monday released
along the
governor the Federal-State Frost Warning bonds went as another unanswer. again use Its tlm-trld them Ing new cures for and bet. tn Creaks who were convictedof
winners In each school. Each cancer
lower the school has held
east coast said ,
by year pos- ,
for Israel
ed spying In 1962
Service today. school question. To CUre More, Give More". ter detection techniques because
champ also receivesa
phone "I cannot session of the which
comment on plaque Is The State's Its They wr handed over to the
this! It added there was no citrus $3 cash award. position presentlyNaples during Crusade which begins lost time means lost lives TheSociety'
particular case bacause I awarded each to the school Greek for
year tomorrow and Embassy deportation.
runs through April .
damage. A spokesman said that broad research pro.
do not know the details." Burns The finals in one division are the The official
having champion.
Henry Rs volunteers
will be eaveno
on the contrary, the cold would among gram is geared to move ahead
meet supervises and also the Is police depart help citrus still on trans to retain scheduled for Tuesday, April Watkins, also of Lake Park, Park Area some 2,000.000 volunteers toward this end. reason for their release

missioner. safety com Us color. 7, at 8 p.m. In the Everglades was second last year and John throughout the United States help. "Also," he added, "the Society

The frost warning service said gymtorlum. Finals In the-other Clark Immokalee Elementarywas Group Will Hear Ing In the American Cancer So. must move ahead with Its education VIENNA, Austria (AP)-Al.
division will be held In the Car third. citty's annual educational and and service .
Paroled the weather was severe enough Candidates Speak programs banla, which Is siding with Red
Gets Job to kill some beans, corn, cucum. ver Cafetorlum, Thursday, April Clark finished In third placein fund-raising campaign The goal both of which art saving lives China In the feud with Moscow,

As Prison Warden bers and watermelon In areas 9, at 8 p.m. the school run-off contest The Naples Park Area As soda. tor Collier County is $10,000 now.To today described the release of
around Gainesville, Ocala and The winner and this year. tlon has invited all candidates for $1,000 more than last year. rive the public an under the American fliers as "th latest .
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Mil. Zellwood and would stunt some runnerupwho Phyllis Fryson of Bethunewas public office to appear for a "3. Dr. Daniel Langley, presidentof standing as to where the money capitulation by Khru.
lard F. Goodlng, despite a prison plants that weren't killed out. have been chosen to rep- county champion In her minute speech" before members the Collier County Unit, said goes, the percentages are broken shchv"
record that includes a life right. resent Individual! schools are division last Erma it a meeting scheduled for Thurs. the Society also would continueto down as follows i Radio Tirana, in a Serbo.

sentence, will keep his Job as Spring potatoes in large plant. as follows: German also year.of Bethune Jean day, April 30. use Its familiar slogan ."Fight 33 per cent to research 31 Croat broadcast beamed to Yugoslavia .
warden of the Richmond County Ings around St. Augustine, Bun. Lake -David Miller second and Maeola was The meeting will be held In the Check" with a Checkup and a pr cent on a National basis and said the three
prison camp. r">ll and Hastings appeared to Hoke Gracely, Woolfork of NPAA building on 103rd Avenue, 2 per cent on emergency grantsto Americans shot down March 10
Gooding, 46, was convicted have escaped significant dam. DuPont was third. North and will start at 8 p.m. "Both slogans are meaning Florida institutions 30 per over East Germany were r*.
about 20 years ago and given age although there was some ful", he said "All of us admit cent to education 23 per cent leased because of American

sentences of life and 20 years leaf burn, the frost warning through film, literature, exhl.| prcsnur It earned that "this
for two service station robber. service said. bits, speakers, meetings, maga. policy of concessions" threatened .
les. He was paroled after about No damage was reported from Record Throng At Nc iples Sunrise Servicealso tines, TV, radio press and in. the Soviet Union's Internal

seven years. the south Florida vegetable formation centers security
Richmond County com mis. farms 8 per cent for professional edu.
where previous rains and
stoners agreed tc retain him cold snaps produced the Sunshine was the only thing with children's choir from the George Booker and Miss Esther served coffee to the ration through seminars and fel.

Monday after the State Pardon pect of late crops. pros. lacking at the Easter Sunrise primary grades directed by Truttt accompanied the groupson worshippers as they left the liwshlps' including Cytology and BANGKOK, Thailand (AP-

and Parole Board commuted his These crops may rise in value Service which drew the largest Mrs. Betty Hathaway, the Naples the organ ,rounds. nursing scholarships former. Vice President Richard

life sentence to the time he because of damage done by cold crowd In the hls'ory of Senior High school chorus Naples Jaycees andjaybees Gary Hensley was general I 17 per cent to service tumor M American. Nixon called firmness for unbending

served and granted him a par. Monday to farms In Georgia, the event Sunday morning. directed by Miss Polly Jenkins were kept busy with the parking chairman of the event for the transportation clinics, visiting nurse dressings programs and, communism today and warneda against

don to restore his civil rights. Alabama and the Carolinas. Fifteen hundred copies of the and an Integrated choir of cars and directing the Naples Jaycees of which Robert community services., flexible UA approach would

program printed by the Naples from Naples churches also dir traffic out of the park after McDaniel Is present. Charles 2 per cent to field students and be disastrous

Jaycees for the event had been ected by Mrs. Hathaway. the service. Naples Jaycees Holt Is Jaybee president. reorganization. Nixon Slid for examDle.. that

Alaskan Economy Given given away before half the worshippers .-- 9 per cent to administration the United States must continue
assembled. Estimatesof 9 per cent to fund raising to withhold recognition from
"To Cure More, Give More," Communist China and block
the size of the crowd var-
Dr Langley said "reflects the Peking's efforts to gain a Unit.
Crushing Blow By QuakeANCHORAGE ied from 3,000 to 8,000 people. Society's determination to reach ed Nations seat The United

The Easter message was delivered more people with life saving farts States must remain In South
r about provide morephyslclans Viet Nam until that country's
the Ladles
Alaska (AP- trnment, will come through loss by Rev Bar- fight against Communist
with the latest facts gur
The earthquake and sea waves of individual and corporate in go of the East Naples Baptist about detection and treatment rlllas Is crowned by success, he
which battered the major cen. come taxes, business license Church. Rev. Harry C. Par- said
to support more scientists In the
ters of south central Alaska Friday taxes and raw fish taxes ham of the First Methodist
growing cancer research field, -
night dealt a crushing blowto What the total drop In Church gave the Invocation, and to supply more service to WASHINGTON (CAP) Sen.

the economy of this young revenue will be, no one is pre. while Rev.Dr.Harland D.Fague >:ancer: patients," Clifford P. Cue, R.N.J., said
state. pared to stat at this time. Gov.
of the Emmanuel Lutheran today the public has a right to
Alaska was looking forward William A. Ejan, haggard after this year to a banner tourist touring the worst damagedareas
"hav been
season, with the Southeast Ma. said h* could not even Speech partners, or otherwise in pawns Bob.,

rlne Highway (ferry) system In make a guess until a full assess. Rev. John \v. Stump of the GENEVA (AP)- Cuba's *co.nomli by Baker's slf.*nrichlng operations. .
full operation. went is completed First "
Presbyterian read .
s minister, Ernesto Gue.
Business conditions: were The governor did estimate the Scripture while Rev Joseph vara, said today that Sen. J, "It is the responsibility of the
steadily improving. The outlookfor damage at more than $350 mil.lion .
Foster of the Kingdom of God William Fulbrlght's speech on Senate Itself to see that the
the fishing Industry, one of but that was to actual
Church gave the Easter prayer Cuba ould have <'hanged the public gets this information,"
the most Important segments of property, without relation to 1
t h* said "But It looks
and Rev David lanier of atmosphere between Havana as though
the state's economic base, was taxes which will not be + r
promising tfter last year'sdismal duced. pro. the Church of God acceptedthe n a4't and Washington If Secretary of w* are going to duck Jhls re..ponslblllty. .
very "
Stat Dean Rusk had not .
results in the important The closest to Easter offering which Is to rejected
thing an actual i It.
B r"l salmon fishery. be used to outfit a
Bristol >y prayer room fETiRS'iWRG
estimate of
revenue loss was "11le most Important thing Is ST. rAP) -
Then cam the earthquake.The made by Robert D. Stevenson, In the Naples Community Hos that Sen. Fulbrlght recognizes Loss was not Immediately da.tarmlnad .
district of An.
stat commissioner of r.\'tnue. 'pltaL the stability of the (Cuban) re. I IvoluUon. today on a spectacular
stat..lareut city
the ,
chorage laid, wade. The vital rail Meeting with a Joint Senate The benediction was given In the United States 1 blue that swept a warehouse of
was '
head of Seward was virtually House Finance Committee inemergency *y the Rev. Robert Martin of this is nrssary. The Idea that Webb's City, a downtown St.
session ft Juneau Cuba is her to stay Is growing Petersburg shopping compl*.
wiped out, as was the town of the first Baptist Church.
Stevenson said In reply to In the United States." Guevara One fireman was hoscltallzed
Valdes. Kodlak lost 75 per cent a The service is given annually ...
Cor. question that the result could be .. told a news conference. for heat exhaustion during an
of its business community. under the n
a 20 In joint sponsorship Fulnrlght hour'. struggle that prevented
per cent drop the state's chairman of the ,
dova was hard hit. Men who'on Income expectations in fiscal of the Naples Ministerial STRAINS OF MUSIC lingered on as the played' by Miss Esther Truift, who also Senate Torelgn Relations Com. 'spread of the flames Monday
at paying Jobs
had worked found themselves unem ItS4- 5. Association and the Naples Jay throngs of worshippers at the Easter accompanied the Naples High School mitt**, last week suggested the night i
Friday eees. United States revise its think. Jams E. Webb Jr., executive
Saturday.The For a stat that had tstlmat. Sunrise filed of Caribbean Senior
service out Chorus.
ployed on George Booker of the
about vice
The service was the first lug Cuba and other Com. president of Wtbb's City,
ed Its
reeled fund
priests did that economy of the state gov., a modest general$82,158,319 revenues during the at Integrated Sunrise Service held Gardens Sunday morning and pausedfor lake Park School played the prelude munist nations, The next day said loss would not be known

rnmwit.and so 12 months starting next July, In the Caribbean Gardens. Music coffee and doughnuts served by and accompanied the other 'two choirs Rusk said the Arkansas Demo.cyst's until after an Inventory ,was

The major setback to the gov. this could be a critical loss : was furnished by three choirs the Naples Jaycees. The postlude was (NEWS photo) policy.speech did not representU.S. the taken 40 of by miscellaneous 100 foot warehouse goods In



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. 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday March 31, 1964
I ICounty

Holbrook Reviews County Realty Dips To $334,957 IC

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real estate sales dipped pard, Fort Knox, Ky., parcel In Rge 33, $1,000; Oscar and Myrtle
downward to $334,957 in the most See 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $5,700; Olson to Bruno Del Blance*
I Expansion Plans recent processing period. With Brooks Enterprises, Inc.,, to Glencoe, m., Parcel In Sec 3,
only a few days left in March, Joseph and Gladys .Simon,Mia. Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,200 ; Emnu
sales for the month totalled $1- ml, parcel in Sec 30, Twp 48, Braeman, et al, to Preston A.
638,032. February sales reached Rge 27, $1,500; Brooks Enter. and Roberta C. Watkins, Hot
$2,088,500.Sales prises, Inc., to Murry and MU. Springs, Ark., parcel In Sec 28'
For Inter-County for the first quarter of dred Dubin, Miami Beach,parcel Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,100.
1964 bit $8,337,307. For the first in Sec 30, Twp 48, Rge 27, $!,.
quart of 1963 the total was 500; Tallle D. Ellis, et al to
Ctrl Holbrook manager ot the tance circuits to Fort Myers, $13,424,442. K 4 I Inc., Naples, parcel in Cops Use DogsTo
Inter-County Telephone and Tele. he said. Sales In the current processing Sec 6, Twp 49, Rge 26, $9,600;
graph Co., reviewed for 1 Kl.waniana In 1939 the firm employed five period of $1,000 or over with Pauline M. Prttzker to Louis
meeting last night at people. Today there are 35 em. values taken from tax stampson Demartini et al, Upper Saddle Oust NegroesIn
Baronl's the firm's $1,000,000 ployees on the payroll. Five have recorded deeds Deluded the River, N. J., parcel in Sec 36,
local expansion program. Com been added In/ the last week.There following: Twp 50, Age 31, $1,000;; Bernard 'Oldest
pletlon of the program Is ache were 1,830 telephones In use In Robert 1.. and Mary D. Reid Sacksi Tr., to C J H Properties, City'ST.
duled for 1965. 1955. Today the .nidway exchange [ to Virginia B.WleseChampaign, Inc., Miami, parcel In Sees 21,
"In the past 20 years," said services 9,800 telephones. 111., Lot 31, Bile 3, Unit I, Aqua. and 22*Twp 50, Rge 33, $1,200. AUGUSTINE (AP) f%
Holbrook, "the demands for tele About 35,000 local call are lane Shores, $6,000J., Sidneyand Hampton Collier Acres Trust lice moved In with snarling
phone service In the Naples area made dally, Holbrook said. Mora Jean C. Hammond to OrvllleW Corp., to Fred D. and Isabelle dogs today on 140 young N..
,has increased 1,600 per cent. than 1V million local calls are and Helen H. Forte, Naples, G. Durrah, New YorkN.Y.par. groes staging a sit-down dem.onstratlon .
Even the crystal ball doesn't made, In :one month. About.1,800 w 'I._ _ Lot 1 and part Lot 2, Blk 21, eel In Sec 1, Twp 51, Rge 33, In the Ponce 1e Leo
reveal what the next 20 years long distance calls are made -- Tier I, Buena Vista, $60,000; $1,700; Sunny Florida Acres, Hotel in this racially' ',' id
will bring." dally, with a monthly total reach. O. W. HANCOCK, judge of the Juslica of the Naples Park Area Association. Robert E. and Jeanne L. Steeleto Inc., to Edwin and MarjorIe B. city.Some

The expansion program In. ing 53,700. of Peace Court in Immokalee was the (NEWS photo) Philip N. Brownsteln, Wash. Jacobson, Chicago, parcel in Sec time after th- Vf: '
volves an enlargement of the pn Holbrook said thefirm will guest speaker at Thursday's meeting Ington, D. C., Lot :5 I, Blk F, 13, Twp 51, Rge 34, $I,!OO; Sunny youths had taken N_, ( .
sent Fifth Avenue headquarters, make about: 5,000callson. present -- Lake Park, $12,300; Moorings Florida Acres, Inc., to JosephM. dining room of the cU,'* $
new station In North Naples, users to determine wnat type or c- '''' '' Dev. Co. of Canada, Ltd., to Brauer, Chicago parcel in hotel, officers moved In
.nd a work center building in service Is wanted, during the expansion 7 DeadIn Wilbur O. and Anna K. Allard, Sec 24, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300; Sheriff 1.. O. Davis and Tie
East Naples. Twenty-five more program. This Information Thought Airport Upper Saddle River, N. J., Lot Oglesb Vance to Earl P. and Chief Virgil Stewart.
circuits will be available In the he said, will determine the :9, Unit 3, The Moorings, $8,000(,; Margaret B. Drlcoll, Plantation, After the Negroes weu r.
:;' rea, plus 62 additional long dts.I number of cables to be Installed.: Tidal Wave Mooring Dev. Co. of Canada, Fla., parcel In Sec 5, Twp 52, dered three times to leave, "
Neapolitans and those using Ltd., to Robert and Verna Din., lice brought up the dogs, bark.
;Mistook $1,000 telephones in the outlying subdi. Found Alive Notes BY nlng, Detroit, Mich., Lot 51, Blk log and snapping.
Visions should start' practicing JOHN C. VAN DALE 3, Unit 3, The Moorings. $8.200; Holding the trained dogs back
Bill For $10; dialing the prefix Mi.2 (642) or CRESCENT CITY, Calif. .5.5. .' V33: ; ," r.';.:;::"".. X:-.....-"""": _........ -.1.""'" B. W. Morris, Jr., to Naples City en leashes, police then marchedthe

I. Ly.7 (597), Holbrook said. Later (AP)-The number of persons This Is the first reporting ef. he was flown to Idlewilde wherehe Yacht Club, Inc., Naples, Tiers demonstrators outside.
Gets To Keep It this year the new sub-station in missing since Saturday's fatal fort of the Season for this writer again was transferred to an 3 to 10 Blk G. Naples, Rt'platparts The Negroes marches earlier
North Naples will be In use with tidal wave was trimmed to sev. and b>' coincidence the week's ac. ambulance plane for Boston. Cap. $25,000; Godfrey L. and Into the center of the city where
NEW YORK (AP-Cab drlv. the exchange number Lyric 7."At en today as Crescent City rest- tivity reflects the busiest week In tain Mike Hallowell returned to Martha W. Plitt to Davis LeGrow, CourtIt demonstrations over the Easter
Harry F. Kuester, who mis. that time laid Holbrook the prefix dents continued picking up the the history of Napels Airlines for his homeland of St. Pete to make Naples, Lots 25 to 30, Blk 5, weekend had resulted in arrest
sciakenly. gave a passenger on a number must be dialed for a sue. pieces of their smashed lives. the seven da)' period ending this trip. Ocean View Addition, $10,000. cost Theodore stanton Wilson of 43 of their companions and
o.cent ride $9.60 change from cessful call." "1 have no doubt we will find Easter Sunday. A total of 347 57, of North Naples, $150 sympathizers.In .
S ta: $1,000 bill, gets to keep it. In other KIwanis business Hoi. more dead," Del 1 Norte County passengers flew Naples.Miami The ever Increasing ramp SUN TERRACE for not showing up in Municipal another part of the city, an
= Kuester to turned the $1,000 bill brook, who If It. governor of Sheriff Ozzle Hovgaard said. during the week, breaking there space problems at Naples Munlcl. Naples Federal Savings andS Court Monday morning. Episcopal Church cancelled a
stover police after discovering Kiwanis Division U, presented Eleven are known dead. Fifteen cord of March 11i.24, 1963. pal Airport were again made Loan Ais'n. to Alida V. S. Wilson was charged with communion service a prayer
Ejt: wasn't $10 bill his
fger a him after paslen.40-cent Sam England with a 25-year pin were originally listed as By tradition this last part of more obvious last weekend when It nedlct, Naples, Lot 3, Bile C, driving while Intoxicated and group planned to attend.
'' gave March 6 U63.a and Legion of Honor Certificate, missing, but eight of those March is the most active with was difficult to get a spot to Sun Terrace, $8,700; Alfred and driving on the wrong side of a Hosea Williams of Savannah,
c-z ride on indicative of 23 years member. some of them unaware that Naples Airlines each year, and park. With several large aircrafton Iris McCann to George W. and divided hlghwat. His case had Ga., Negro integrationist leader,
P4he: all steps to try to find, ship and pistiL governor. England they were unaccounted for 1964 has been no exception Ano. the ramp plus a multitude of Lorraine V. McKay, Naples, Lot been continued for two weeks, and urged the youths to make the
:; passenger were exhausted '(becamt s member ot the turned up Monday. ther fairly heavy weekend is small ones it was Into the rough 14, Blk D, Bad Axe Subd. $6,500Big ; the $150 bond was estreated bj march nonviolent.
fthe $1,000 to
L ble was Kuester given the cab. Franklin Park 01., club in 1939 Searchers picked through a ahead and this will see the grass for many of the light ones. Cypress Golf and County Judge Thomas R. Brown when Williams went t among the I
4esclng jE Monday from conva. He.served at.It. gov of Division giant logjam, strewn lumber, regular annual decline In traffic City Manager Vince Wood hr Club, Inc., to John J. and EdithC. neither Wilson nor his lawyer youths before they left a staging
i Jte'll an ailment, said 19, Illinois. Eastern Iowa DI.. crumpled cars and smashed figures take pla e. asked airport Manager John Zate Mell, Naples, Lot 15 and 16, were present in court Mondj)'. area in the Negro section and
stUle money towardjne1lcaI inlet in 1959.It homes for more victims of the to come up with a recommended Blk I, Big Cypress Golf and Margaret G. Stevens, 61, East collected pocket knives or othei
.._-. was announced that membersof devastating tidal wave that was But the full tale of Naples Air. solution to this probelm by July Country Club Estates, $'7,. Naples, was ordered to pay $73 items "which could !K> consid.
I BRING YOUR SPOUSE tb. club ;will 'attend "get spawned by the Alaska earth. lines activity cannot be told with I, In the hopes that the project ZOO:; Gulf American Land Corp., fine for reckless driving. She ered weapons in case you are
acquainted meeting" to be held quake. the scheduled traffic between may be Included In the 1965 to Federico A. and Sonla S. entered a plea of no contest, and arrested."
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) When Sunday at the Boys' School at The sheriff's office said 400 Naples and Miami alone. There budget. With the excellent run. Smith, Coral Gables, Tract SO, explained that a passenger In her Communion service I was
tlho Lincoln Unitarian ,Church Lakd 9kee fhobM. persons were left homeless. are always passengers for whom way facilities available to vtsl. Unit 1 Golden Gate Estates, $4,. car fell over on her, causing her called off at Trinity Episcopal
Bcheduled three evening lectures .. .. -... '-' the schedule Is not exactly the ting aricraft at Naples, it Is 1m. 100;; Gulf Harbor Corp.,to Joseph to lose control. Her car collided Church and the locked fiont
an molecular structures, the right time or the route Is not portant that this very Important and Caroline H. Klskls, Orlando, with another, causing exteilslve door of the chin"cli was guardedby
:hurch bulletin described theeriea Naples Miami. With these visitor and economic asset to the Lots 17, and 18 Gulf Harbor, damage to the vehicles and Injuring a sheriff's officer and church
i as ; "Three Eves With New Officer Slate passengers It Is the variety air community be given the desired $2,500. two persons riding In the other vest ryrnen.
,Atoms." taxi services Ina multitude of air. facilities upon landing Naples. James W. Grant Jr.. to Edw. car.James Mrs. Malcolm Peabody of
= craft operated by Naples Air. Another year should be better L. and Patricia J. Zollner, Nap. Ernest Mikell, 22, of Cambridge, Mass., 72.'t' r.old
lines. Last week saw more than and busier. pies, Lot 149 and 150, Gulf Har. Fort Myers, was found.guiltyof mother of Massachusetts' Gov.
ACOUSTICON Ready For Seniors the normal share of this. The Last week the FAA gave a bor, $1,790; Henry M. and Christine trespassing and was sentenced Endicott Peabody, said site and
Collier County commissioners three day Inspection of Naples Barrs to Gumerslndo E. and to 30 days in jail This sen. her women companions went to
HEARING took the Piper Apache for a round Airlines equipment, facilities, Martha S. Ortega, Naples, Part tence was suspended on condition the church, planning to attend
The ( trip to Ft. Lauderdale and Road personnel, records and what not. Lot 16, Blk A, Gullford Acres, Mikell, who has been employed the communion service.
nominating committee of Ham Kollmeyer, treasurer. Board; hearingsj; Bennie Morris Their insepctlons Include route $8,200; Highland Villa, Inc., to by the City, leave Naples and not Mrs. Peabody said the vestry
AIDS .lie Senior Citizens Club of Naples Kollmeyer now holds the trea- took the Comanche to Miami checks to Miami and return plus Ivor E. and Cassia F. Douglas, return. men and the officer said tliei
has presented a formal surer's office In the club and where he e-.mected to the Baha. all sorts of miscellaneous de. Grove City, Ohio, Lots 7 and 8, Mikell allegedly prowled a. had been told to expect) Mrs.
Of hmilhut-M .'..rllia slate of officers for 1965 to will be re-elected as he has mas; Mrs. Ben Tate and party tall. Naples Airlines has 'no ob. Highland Villas Subd., $2,700; round a Second Street apartment Peabody, leading a large marchon
I I be voted on Monday AprU 13. for several years.Announcement used the Twin Cessna with Cap. Jection to the regular checks as Harral S. Tennery, et al, to building in the early morning the church.
Frank C. LeyIHsirllMilur AS submitted by C.A. Wicks of the slate of tale Mark Bellus for a round trip a part of operating procedurebut Paul Willis, Naples, Lots 4 and hours last Friday, but he was "They told us we were l I..i...
r chairman of the nominating proposed officers was the highlight to Tallahassee where they spent the busiest period of the year 5, Bile 13.lnomahSubd.i8,000- spotted by? a guest, Fred W.Hal!. used and Inciting to violence .y
group the 11. Is a* foUowtt of Monday's meeting at the three days at Wakulla Springs; Is not the most desirable for Loach, Inc., to John A. end Mar-The latter Irait"'-tiowrr Mlkell being lure. They s'a 1 d they
1 CIJ': .-Mlh! SI. Northaple, Walter Harris, president auditorium of die Woman's Club Morton Downey came from Miami such activity; plus the fact that cant M. Bustetter,HlaUahLot., and held him until police came hoped' we wo\il leave.," Mrs.
: to Naples one evening when he are 341, No. 2, Isles of Capri,$3,500; The court commended Hall for his Peabody said.
immediately after the left
I'lMMNMl :I.3lt* Robert ThonuM men
UprertWuntj at were a
present, rived late from Little Hickory Shores Inc. to alertness
Nassau; Mr. and after going over all details as Mrs. II. S. P. Howe, a memo
Florence Gangwer: ticoiYThsecrctsry record for this late date In Mrs. John Martin were flown in required by current regulations Willis P. uid Doris K. Duncan, James Bruce McCandless, lr of a group of women from
II no anaetI. ; Lena lUrrU corresponding the season A birthday party the Apache Sunday by pUot Doug there arrived from Washington a Columb .. S.C.. Lot 1. Blk D. 'Of 909 Coconut Circle paid S25 New nclaiid.: said the minlstpr.thE' .
('all 1.\tnin." 3-10 p.m secretary and Wll- with Ice cream and cake was Hogan to Marathon; John Slater brand new regulation completely Little Indtory'Shores; $4,000; fine on a careless driving chargt*. RPV. Charles Seymour Jr.,
enjoyed, the honored group for was flown from Miami to NaplesIn changing all the old stuff.The new Ralph R. and Grazla M. Wilsonto Leslie Warner Bodtwn, 54, of told them that community lead
the occasion being members the Comanche when he arrived regulation Is good and appropriate Robert E. and Mary B. Pope, 1009 Sixth Line: North, paid SIS ers had been working hard to
from A group of Northeastern early from Phllly; J. Lobo and but late in arriving. Such Naples, Lots 9 and 10, part Lots for going 43: miles an hour on improve (the situation In St. Augustine .
I states Dr. E. Leon took an early air are the trials of a Federal government 11 and 12, Unit 5, Naples Park, Third Street. ( and that their visit was
f WHY HASN'TJ Vice President Harris announced taxi to Miami to connect with a regulated airlines. $%,000; Richard E. Viurrun, et Raymond Carl Kramer, 77, creating a great deal of unrest.A .
745| a.m. National flight to New al.. to Louis and Margaret Bat. of Evanston, HI., was fined $25
that a second club ptc- tlano Lots 16 or Negro woman, Mrs. John
Orleans. Naples, and 17, falling to yelld the right of
nlc will be held next Thursday But the Brlggs family were the Council Minutes BUt 69, Unit 3, Naples Park, way at a stop sign. Alan Irving Burgess of Newton Center,
J SOMEONE In Lowdermllk Park and It is big users of what Mr. Brlggs $1400; William B. Stone to Tom. Clemens of Miami Beach forfeit. Mass., was arrested MtumLiyafter
expected It will be more wide affectionately calls"my airline". Made AvailableIn my J. and Jean Hall, Naples, ed $15 bond on charges of care. k II e accompanied Mrs,
t ly attended than the successful As the family moved in and out Court Case Lot 7, Blk Naples Twin Lakes, less driving and failing to reportan Into Peabody a motel and two cocktail other women
outing held there several It was a series of night and day $13,000. accident. lounge
{ weeks ago. flights for Dr. Jack Brlggs and Minutes of City Council meet. Collier Dev. Corp. to George Wendell Gene Miller of St.
designed and built' con The birthday party was hand- daughter to and from California, Ings are being provided by the W. and Carol A. Smith, Naples, Petersburg forfeited $25 bond DODGED DODGE CITY
I dominium cooperative with led by a committee headed by Jim Brlggs to and from MUwau. City of Naples to the federal Lot 15, Blk H, Pine Ridge Ex. for failing to have car under con. DODGE CITY. Kan. (AP) A
{ kee government which Is tension, $3,800 Alfred and trol. Terry Do .t Dill group of Japanese officials -
ALL the features that Meehan.witH Martha Pro- Mrs. Jim Brlggs round. prosecuting ; > of Olnoy, : "
people A Mary trip to Miami with family. Mrs. a court case now In Philadelphia Alvera Thomas to Harold C. and Tex., forfeited $25 bond for ins Kansas were presented
I i want most? 'I''I'I boda and Winifred Cross,acting R. T. Me. Culloch in from Wash. against the Johns.Manville Co. Peggy R. Thomas, Immokalee,speeding LeRoy Turner and Ed. _souvenirs at a civic luncheon:
I as co-chairmen. Other members ington and out of Tampa to Los The large asbestos firm Is Lots 16, 17, and 18, Blk B, Seminole ward Thomas Merrltt both of here.The
'I worst May O'Brien, Eva Angeles plus a night flight from accused by the government of Subd., $6,457 i Tropical McDonald Quarters, forfeited$25:; souvenirs. slatuetten of
.. Neal. Marguerite Ray, Louise Miami for Miss Barbara Brlggs, fixing prices on some of its pro. Gardens of Naples Inc., to tr-tcl each for disorderly conduit. a Dodge City cowboy carried
I r .. .x'I DeRose Kay Warner, Ruby but still the end of this family'ducts, such as asbestos pipe on Farmers Market and Nursery, The case of Anna Viola Rae, the In. CII ption. "Dodge City
I ....." .. 'I'r.'r. Shaffer, Lillian Meyer, Esther travel Is not in sight. 'which the City has taken bids Inc.. Naples. carrel In Blk Z.I'I charged with drunkenness was Cowboy Capitol of The World,"
t ; ... n from time to Trail .continued. On the the
-- -- Thomas, Belle Jackson, Mary time. Suppliersof Acres$33,700; C. P. Flow Monday's court ses back of each was
Pops on, Katherine Rohaley, Midnight Wednesday saw a jo. asbestos pipe have in the to Mildred M. Feller, LaBelle, sion lasted only 45 minutes. inscription, "Made in Japan"
SOMEBODY HAS Caroline Slmondlnger, Annie vial and happy group sitting at the past offered identical prices In Lots 1, 2, and 3, Blk B, Wells -
Wilson, Katherine Hanlelf airport here in Naples waiting for submitting bids to the City."We'd Subd, 3000. WANTED
Yes, First Florida Resource Corp., Florida's most and Frances Haefle. the arrival of Daniel Langley Jr. of Johns.Manville get the same price out
experienced builder of luxury clubs' is now who and got mlsconnected a bit fouled in up during Dallas as we would get from one of Willis L and Herma F. Houstonto

proudly offering all this and more in the the day. With music and all their ther distributors in Sarasota," Frank and Ada PclhamImmo For night gas station work, part time. Retired ormiretired

sparkling Stops For Light, songs echoed Across the ramp City Attorney David Splngler kalee, parcel in Sec 32, Twp 46,
Rammed From with the welcomesong "When said. "This does not take into Rge 29,$3,000; Josephine Gelardl interested in supplementing your
f CARRIAGE' Rear Danny Comes Flying I Home account varying transportationcosts to Catherine E. Fahrlon, Scottsdale .
CLUB Wben the stop light at the Again". On the same flight was sd the government sus. Ariz., parcel in Sec 36, present income .
.. Trail and Seventh Avenue North Miss L. Ely, granddaughter of pects there has been some price. Twp 48, Rge 26, $5,700; Jose.
ON GULF SHORE DRIVE, IN THE MOORINGS changed: to amber Mr,. Diane Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sample, af. fixing." phlne Gelardl to Esther S. arle,
Canton, R.R. 2 Naples, Intending ter she had similar misconnect The City also has received Pottstown, Pa., parcel in Sec 36, CONTACT H. DAVIS
I to make problems in Washington. ,identical bids In the past on as. Twp 48, Rge 26, $11,400; Josephine .
a right turn, stop Air taxi flights out of Miami'''phalt used In paving and pitching Gelardl to Elaine C.Shep.
ped. Newell F. Frye of St. last week to other points were 'streets. spingler predicts that IMPERIAL STATION 2600 N. TRAIL
Petersburg who was following limited to a 172 flight to Marathon''the government may take legal
f behind her, did not see that plus a Comanche to Boca Grande, :action against asphalt firms In -NEW !
F The 1964 she was stopping until too late A Naples Airlines destination I'the near future for price-fixing.
and hit the rear of her car. of ever increasing frequency.
tr.r. Damage to the Carlton car The Massachusetts reputation WHAT ABOUT MIDGETS? Interested InTAXFREE

Burris Three Wheelers was estimated at $50 and to of Provlncetown-Boston Airline ROME UP There'. ner
the Frye car at $75. The brought further activity to itaNaples am argument on Rom buses' "WAVE" INCOME?
accident occurred at 12:54 Airlines Division last about 'II h.ther a shild .1 Mill -
p.m. Monday. Officer J.P. week flown when an air ambulance flight xourts nosh to ride !free or ust ; SPRINKLER Investigate the
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Romano Showing Tuesday M.rch 31, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 I
Mothers t

I I Relf" iII Ends Thursday At Juniors; Teeth knocked"The trouble out usually when a Is tooth thai Is t

Job ? :; 4 Harmon GalleryThe parents forget to bring the toot

or ;. :;; =- one-man exhibition of Can;: Be with them when they come to

paintings by the distinguished the dentist" he says.

EDITORS NOTE: Almost every community faces the problemof ".. terlcan artist Imberto Ro- Replanted "Even If It's dirty, we can

helping mothers who receive Aid to Dependent Children pav .Y4- ano, will close Thursday at clean It up and have a food

fonts become usetul members of soclet).. The answer varies; : the UarmonGallery,1253Thlrd I EXINCTON, Ky. (AP-When chance of replanting It."

according to different circumstances but her Is the story of Street South .\ number of the little Johnny comes home witha Dr. Mink says he knows of

one area's experiment with the situation anlst's works will remain In front tooth In his hand In- one youngster who has three
stock at the gallery for two additional
stead of his mouth don't fret teeth that have been replanted
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP-Why don't mothers who are receiving Aid weeks Ills annual New
to Dependent Children Gal Head for the dentist's office on "and one member of our faculty
(ADC) payments get Jobs York exhibition opens at
.Llf In the run. had a tooth replanted when he
The Black r Aeq 63 Madison \venue
Hawk County Social Welfare Department and the county P lery on
Mental ndd-Aprll. And don't forget to take the was In dental school and It's stilt
Health Center sought an answer to this often-asked questionIn
J Opening at the Harmon Gallery tooth with \ou It can be put doing fine "
a special
work-remotlvatton project for ADC mothers.It .
Friday April ?, Is the back where It belongs. The replanted tooth of course;
began with 17
Jobless moth.
famous "Florida Artists Pr John R. Mink of the Unlversltv Is dead, but It looks like other
ers, and wound up with 12 of ;Show, an exhibition of paint- of KenluokSchool of teeth he add.
them at work. be there Welfare workers triedto
ings and sculpture by nationally D.ntlstfny.' permanent teeth The replanting method can'f
The method was to find moth convince these women that a known artists now residing
can be replaced, It they.He tr.at. be used on baby teeth, however
ers living on ADC payments who responsible sitter could give the 111 the state This will be the *
ed quickly' enough and since It the
are likelyto might Injure permanent
had some training or previous children good care during work. final exhibition scheduled for
last six months to six tooth underneath
experience Indicating they could Ing hours and the mother could the Harmon Gallery this season \ears

successfully\ hold Jobs and who be with them at other times. 'J 7J&uted7ke and Mil continue through April There )have been a number of Should you set I apeik: ofegbvolk

had some satisfactory way of Other mothers did not want 13, the gallery's closing cases, l tir. Mink sac.. where in th' date. Paintings by Internationally parents lust push a loos# tooth arc separating the ,.>Us from the
caring for their children while to go to a prospective employerand
white \"U nn it[ \cd\ matter
famous artist Karl back Into plate. and It crows \
they worked. possibly have to tell him l\ i" uthmg the bit uf yolk with
U Faate s erbe, now resident artist at bark, onto the bard that hold It
These standards Immediately they were on ADC. Florida State University will In the aw a must huh. The calk will

removed many of the ADC mothers Some had overcome this resistance t'R be featuied. Gallery hours are stick I to the ,:!nth.

from consideration. Becauseof and applied for Jobs, dally, except Sunday from lu
this, Mrs. Ruth Oliver county but without success. Welfare'bonnets to 5 and Friday evenings from

welfare director la" such a workers intervened with employers 7 to 9.
program will not guarantee that and found Jobs for some r Currently showing at the Naples ,. 1LinnpliQIjtcrCatcteria
the L Yacht Club Is an exhibition -
of these. EASTER BONNETS were
12 out of every 17 mothers on
the ADC rolls can go to work. The program began last March prime object of discussion of paintings by noted American -
.teat. artists from the Harmon -
All the mothers Involved in when social workers and person. at the annual Easter Brunchat Gallery collection. Included *IS f.dh Av.. $., IOpt.r

the program had high school nel of the mental health unit the Naples Beach Club are paintings by Jon LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED

diplomas. Some previously had began regular meetings with six Hotel Sunday noon Aboveare Corblno, Darnel Austin Karl
ADC mothers.. Five weeks later DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
held Jobs Zerbe John Teyral Den Stahl
the for the affair
They had various reasons for three of these were at work Two judges ,, wv Richard Florshelm. Jerry II 00 AM. T. J M PM

not going to work more groups one of five and one with the feminine contin Farnsworth, Charles NlcCurry
decked in the lat. and Also Included -
gent out Marilyn Dendell. WEDNESDAY LUNCH
Mrs. Oliver felt
says some of six, then were taken through .
est headgear for the occasion Is "Jonah In the Whale"a
that since their children had no the counseling period. Nine of
work of
sculpture by Wallace
father in the house the mother these 11 took Jobs. They are, from left, Green, head of the Universityof Chicken CroquettesGreen Pea Sauce

should make an extra effort to In every case, the Job paid Mrs Mamie Tooke, George Tampa An Department

very little. Powell and Mrs Casey Miller Choice of

School MenusThe Mr. Oliver says some moth., Something new in the LBJ Herds Calves Two Vegetables 62 C

menu for the remainder of ers found that working, with Its way of an Easter hat was

the week at the Naples Junior additional expense for clothing the edible bonnet presented Today On Ranch Apple or Cherry Pie
High School cafeteria will bet travel and baby added
sitting (right) by Chef William JOHNSON CITY Tex. . TUESDAY Beans and ham
little If anything to the mother'stotal President Johnson Is spend.
tomato wedge cornbreadand Schultz to Mrs. Bailey 12cWHY
peas Income. Lynn I inc what may be the last full

WEDNESDAY butter peach crisp milk. The profit came In the pride who acted as master of ceremonies I day of his ranchland vacation
potpie, with the problem of swift,
cottage cheese, turnip greens, the mother felt In earning something I Prize I for the today massive aid for Alaska still

biscuits and butter, cookies, for herself after living youngest best dressed "miss"at bearing down on him.

milk.THURSDAY solely on public support for the affair went to little Out further direct presld n.
Cheeseburgers, tlal action apparently is several
onions, cabbage salad,whole ker. months says. Mary Jones Benjamin, will only
nel corn strawberry Of the 12 who found work six days away come
shortcake daughter of Mrs Barbara after his return to Washington. HASN'TSOMEONE.
milk became domestics or baby sitters ,i
Jones Benjamin of Naples t ITtnW1' Johnson told a news conference
FRIDAY Macaroni and two found wait
places as Saturday he thought ha wouldbe
cheese half hard cooked and Buffalo N.Y. who is
egg, ,
resses, another works In a restaurant back by Wednesday.
buttered mixed vegetables,bread here assisted lower
kitchen one became a ( photo) Johnson found time Mondayto
and butter ice .
cream, milk
t mount his Tennessee walk.
by her cousins Susan Jones
hotel maid, and two obtained ,
log horse, Lady D, and herd .
Deaths Marriages Jobs In hospitals-one In the sup left, and Marjorie Jones, Hereford calves on his 400-acre

,'ply department and another In right ranch j

Divorces Up In the kitchen. (McGRATH photos) Passers-by on the road that I designed and built a condominium
borders the ranch on the far
State For 1963 The program ran Into difficulty side of the Pedernalen River I cooperative with I

late last year when em spotted the President on horse I ALL the features that people

JACKSONVILLETheState ployment In, the county dropped Now Good Time 4 IN back.. i want most?

Board of Health today reported :and Jobs generally became hard.er I
that Florida's deaths, mar- Freezer-wrap thop In purs
riages and divorces Increased to find, Mrs. Oliver says. To Be A Woman, when you are freeier-moring 1,1 "

"Our people were more affectid them. Then It will be lu 1
from 1962 to 1963, that births easy h.tIlL1f. .J
and Infant deaths decreased.I because of the lesser skills Says Lady Bird take out the number you nerd I = .. r r rI
J ..
Oliver H, Boorde directorof I they possess" she says. "The two, four, six. eight and 10 on. _, --' _

the Division of Public Health community could not absorb DENTON, Tex. (AP)-Mrs.

Statistics, said also that the 't them. We must now wait until Lyndon B, Johnson told college SOMEBODY HAS !

state's population was estl-i t the employment situation Is more girls today "this Is a good timeto RESTAURANTTAMIAMI

mated at 5639.000 as of July :j jI Favorable" be a woman"-tn a world All Yes, First Florida Resource Corp., Florida's most

1963. "This means the state where there are unlimited opportunities experienced builder of luxury clubs, is now
and "so many roads Money Maker
has grown at a rate of approximately Goethe-Blackburn to take" proudly offering all this and more in the

17,650 persons a month "You were born at Hie right Dr. Larkum Goes II n.: use <,lear plastic: filmr Kt ef M mtty ......) sparkling
since the 1960 U.S census Wedding SaturdayMiss time," the First Lady said In wrapping package fur the rant FAaTT ACTION I
when the population was 4,951, a speech prepared for deliveryat SEE THIS TODAY
Darlene Goethe will become To State MeetingOf freezer, seal the fold and end CARRIAGE CLUBON
560;' he said. Texas Woman's University, with freezer tape, ovrr-wrap with Call
Boorde said the state's birth the bride of William where she received an honorary Cancer Group ordinary ,wrapping paper becuuae:
rate has continued to decline Blackburn of Beckley W, Va., doctor of laws degree."It Larkum of the plastic film may become G. H. LUFF GULF SHORE DRIVE, IN THE MOORINGS
at 8 o'clock Saturday night April Is a good time to be Dr. N.W. Naples .
a MI Z-W7I
since a peak of 24,7 births per Ul- brittle at the low freezing temperature
of the Florida
1.000 population In 1956 .. an 4, at the Church of God on woman because your country, president ,
Tenth Street, North, with the more now than at any time In vision of AmerlcanCancerSoc-
In the list
18 cent :
seven per years.drop There were an Rev. David Lanter pastor, officiating its history, is utilizing your iety. will attend a meeting at
abilities and Intelligence." 9:15 o'clock Saturday morn-
estimated births Friends of the couple
114,641 last
"The country does not exist volunteer
ing, April 4. members
year gainst 115.248 In 1962 are Invited. however remote, where you are of the State executive com TODAY'S BEST OPPORTUNITY
The bride 1 is the daughter of
80.087 1953 -
a decade Mr. and Mrs. Goethe, without the revolution of rising mittee of the group at the Col-
George "
ago expectations, she noted, "and
umbus Hotel in Miami.
Preliminary death figures 2664 Van Buren Street, Naples we have long since passed the
The committee will review
show 55,543 persons died In and was graduated from Naples. time In the United States when and

13 against 52,639 In 1962 Senior High School last June. men alone can be summonedto discuss over-all organization special projects plans Including C. '. ,'. .i r( _r c.' :"k 6, "
the winter she tooka great duties." ;\ .. raAS 8 .
but the rate remained unchan- During past tV! six continuing ., J f f"(1"" './ \ .
ged at 9.8 deaths per 1.000 business course at Brewster The President's wife said she year ':'" ,.t
prevention which
Vocational School in Tampa. thinks women today want more cancer study Butt :.;
population. than ever before to help their is being conducted in sixteen lost tarty ttvuat
Preliminary 'f'gures! show 3, Blackburn is employed by ;PMT;:: \ "I "S.ll// +(
of countries find the way to peace Florida counties, In con junction aYl taewAr
Marathon Dredging Company '
207 Infant deaths among resi- and to learn how to with nationwide \ : ", .. .
get along a survey .
/ to.
Naples.. The couple will make ; 'unoa .. FO 1
dents in 1963 a decline of 77 :.1J. ? ?a,1'p c aS
together will be on + /ONnANACN
special report given ,
home in their Naples. l '
compared with 1962. Delivering her convocation the 1964 Cancer Education aid ('"r "
There were 43,111 marriages address In cap and gown after Fund-Raising Crusade which

fIr: 1963 according to preliminary Sends Snow To participating in an academic will be launched beginning April NAPLES
figures against 41,504 in procession, the First Lady urged
Hawaii Air Mail women to take advantage of 1.The,
1962. Divorces and annulments! ; board of dir
"the wide range of selectivity society's ca. aJurtoe
from in 1962to
Increased 22,178 Melts On Arrival which no other generation had" ectors has recommended that a 4V
22,893 last year. minimum fund of Sl.l.V,.-'" ) POINCIANA r
but to remember "to remain
faithful the will be needed conduct year* U"OCOaMA.rK1
to standards and to
tl, night clerk at a Walklkl hotel IONITA SPRINGS
Ideals In the control and re- YIIIY.ffI1M
never has seen snow. taught university. round cancer
WANA He mentioned this one day 'not s-arch projects during the cor ,-
Vanderbilt teach 3 bedroom Eugene A. Haytett of Uoches. Soft food ing year. There will also :ASa

home? Pine Ridge t.r. Minn., who was vacationing room-mate for crisp cookie' planning session devoted to CHOICE ACREAGE WATERFRONT PROPERTIES -
Store each variety in us own
In Hawaii. medl'al seminars and repotson
bedroom home? Naples
Bowling stock? ter Haylett of snow sent from a gallon Rochester cannls-by container research projects. in parcels of forty or more acres are being offered several parcels on either Estero River or Ost ego

air But mall Enokl special still delivery hasn't had:! a for sale in Lee County, midway between Bay directly across from the new Causeway under

G. H. LUFF.It.8-.11". It., E glimpse his day of off snow.and B had arrived melted on Naples and Fort M/eri. In the heart of one of construction linking Fort Myers Beach and Bonita

when he snowed up for work.Don't the fastest in Southwest
Vine RipenedTOMATOES growing areas Beach
111 It* BU tN.t Naples
Be A Litterbug

Per Bushel the Atlantic Coastline Railroad touches Township 4. Mouth Kanpt U rant: Section. ]| Fractional
1 or runs MId and M arrr aJJarrnl. lo AIL K.K. la tuition 33. Tow.

New Year Round Daily Schedule through three of these parcels. The Tamiami -ail >hlp 47 of South Br'/4 Kant A 8K'; ; of.NT"_ -"4)) 5...ti i(I s1'',Loll of >K 1,1!:>4 Eartof A I.T'4 .

County Koo/l) Hmthm I (S'j'\ of 8ft Went of IJJ. 41) BectloaM
Naples To Miami Bring Your OwnContainers. is adjacent, to another parcel. A paved count. (Nil Santee 1} (aU n rruf tl urea) 8 c 11:30 A.M. 345PM. I"f $ ( South and Hiwl of Bprin Creek; NY of NW ofKC'i
745AM. : road runs through parcels I in two sections. Ea of Cranly Road S'j'! of NVi of NVi and SVi of
Miami To Naples NKi) BVrtkin it (Oov't Lila II'', nil. all of S A 4)) Section Mrtl
900AM. 2i15PM. 5:00: P.M Take So. Street East 1 Mile nVvttoB tl (WJ,, and sri':<) seethe' a (portion of SW'j sad
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION NC'i) Iec-lloft.1 (l.lu St-ctlon: tt (E Coimertiona and Ketervatioiu to aay point la the world Behind Pine Ridge Wy,).

NAPLES AIRLINES Immokalee Tomato Growers SEE YOUR BROKER or Contact

Napes Airport Concoyrw NE I 4JIU Miami AirportMI POINCIANA LAUD CORPORATION, P.O. Box 1557, NAPLES, FLORIDA o Phone.Ml 2-5163

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and bows and
one way to cut down spears arrows
goxernment expenses and and let Into a mighty feast an.nounclng .
opportunities the end of col alal.
>> provide new be a revival of Urn and the dawn of a great
Another Conservation Project Proposed jobs would
It '.r a. faihioned romantic oc' new day of ..peace. and plenty.

....... .... 1 of the S.gunrunner. I' Thus, at soon at the food ran
:: \.9.! .., Y i .... .f. "ii' "J-.J'. ... *', the government, out at the feast the tribesmen:
: :
'" '"., : : ...... '" uah Its taut blllloni cf dol, stopped waving their spears in
m ,
.... celebration and started Hick
: .t .. e\pendl
"I .... t > f ing them Into each other
.. In this
.. '"i ,....o.uu .."" I.... ; '- iS'r- \ Ay'rr e e e
'\ 'lJ .J".uwuwsuuni ; '; ; form through nl 1 And all through Africa this
: : C : .
11' has been the patternTo
,....Gs 1,11% ttt .,.. aid S. .
'O II' done
: : a
j .easel i i ii. !fi '. ", ; h':: ). good help Indonesia be free
: In keep- the U S Uxpajei have bac.
.... ........ t. ,
i.. ? 5 d hcod ed Sukarno with over a half b.
: ;.: "a' on all lion dollar And they are doing
FLO R I AA the a pretty good job of butchering
: But laud : other
.: ..LLIOAT A ALLE .V"F. hat been c; w Harder : e aIn
us -pppposID -v/: raUI delivery of guns with i addition when pressure

hkoh )' pliklng up lib. u a* put on Britain to take the
Totrt. A.AAD "'d / S. joke of colonialism" uff Malaya
'h, Grp nit .. it hl1ll been a moM I''n. the British went along.
HUMAN r \' 'l1tlll' and has but Sukarno did not. He take
to diitciniiaic private the position that while the Mil.
who mini ninko" n profit a>'an* should be free of British
.Htimptuifc ti> compile olonlaliim, they should not be
'"++uuaw fire i goodt: free of the bukarno brand of
EVEaOIADEe Ii C. tnlonUllsm.( And In the pursuit .
y1 oume. i Hall darted when of this position some more
I'4u.mnipi"luu government Marled run : people hate been slaughtered
"dn-goodern" all over the i with perhaps more to come ,
pi-raining that colon- I S. .
muni go There was no Now the old time American
made In determine gun'i iinnois never achieved

_-._ ., '.. "'A'A"-',.-, ., these peoples sins log such ulatijjitir ID far off 1 land
aside the >nke of inl- ns hid b accomplished bv

Efforts to purchase the Fahkahatchee stand of wild native royal palms in the ""," .11 the phrase sues. U. S. tmmblintl. and billions
fit In govern IliemxrUm .55
Strand In Collier County are being revived world, some towering 150 feet or more Buill" seem that II

the Florida Nature Conservancy clusters of slender burlap-barked, rare CIMIM sots; "rl'l' 'Cf' lhl would not only be cheaper for
by in the entire popuiu the taxpayer and also better
of Miami. An attractive and highly per paurotis palms; over forty species of or- 'llt R />- tluiiMII' .>nh' *,'\in for the health and longevity of
the merits of chids ferns and bromeliads tem- "II\ ).! .idlllllM. ill id IIOIIO Huso Illiterate Jungle peoples
suasive brochure extolling ; rare ; .. ,' '< ', .,_......,......w 'no hud .1 degree: in i MUM If the government withdrew.

preserving the "42,000 acres of pri perate hardwoods of oak, holly, ash and r<" ,v" '_,/v!_< :> ';-, _, :?""""". ki.L." ,:,,, .:.. .w": ."'__........_....... .":w.,,,*, ....;;,., \ "I iixdiiiiu S. I Irons all thin nitlvlt). and entouracrd -
n the .
with return of
meval wilderness" Is being widely dis- maple Intermingled subtropical profit
a few' ihlrruliiH son a Keeking I gun-runncrs. The
tributed by the Nature Conservancy, gumbo limbo, tamarind, cabbage palm If they could become a ,laughter would be on a fcmall-

Washington, D.C., and the Florida group.If and fig The Face of WomanBy they could make a good I er M..IC'. hut It would lIala"
for UtemtirUeK
\nd no money and afford adventurousmen
the drive to purchase the tractis "There, the shy, Illusive panther, great day the IrlhrHmen an opportunity l" make a

successful, Collier County will have hovering on the verge of extinction, TbT E : ansomhlid. with: heir. I F dollar new and thruSTRICTLY .
HAL BOYLE Il.11 I till 4 lake "li"I II">l fl
not only a sizeable portion of Everglades makes his last stand east of the Mississippi.

National Park, but also the Corkscrew There bob cat and black bear,
NEW YORK (AP) Women taurants-and she'll find something .
and Collier-Semlnole State coon and possum, otter and mink, deer with FRESHThe
Sanctuary have many faces. wrong every one.
Park, the latter of which has over 6,000 and turkey, fox and squirrel all find A man usually goes through If you think It's any picnic Brrrrrrrrrrl' ,, .peC"J. .,

living room and home in a sheltering Ute wearing one look. As he trying to run a house on the hjfh"; '., I optimist proclaims we
acres. grows older it resembles noth. money you bring home She Editor Collier County News: live in the best of all possible
Here are excerpts from the attrac- environment Ideal for their survival"The tog more than the expression of has the worn air of a martyr I am enclosing a couple of ; worlds and the pessimist
brochure to that In after long torture. Joan of Arc shots that perhaps you would I'1. W.$
tive and persuasive brochure: goes on say a soggy potato a rain-washed fears it is true
gutter. died looking more cheerful.Oh to print In the Collier -
1950's Fahka- The Florida Nature Conservancy has .
"Until the early News.
didn't have to do that
But you
women are different Spring means freshly
hatchee was dominated by forests of "now undertaken the task of spearheadIng They have at least one face for -An expression of feminine These snapshots were ASSOCIATED PRESS painted park benches which

centuries-old bald cypress thrivingIn a drive to have the state acquire this every occasion- md sometime gratitude reserved for a man Palm Sunday. We had (AP) Tenor
giant two. If you will look back at who buys the girl a $7.50 steak Chester, Pa., three Inches Melchlor, 74 and twice
fati >
habitat A wa tract for preservation under the Florida t :
their favorite swampy some of the situations you have or throws himself under a pass. snow plans to marry a
tershed, her waters move slowly southerly Outdoor Recreation Act, passed in No- known Involving women, these ing truck to retrieve one of her producer who once

from an area in central Collier County vember, 1963. The garden clubs, Audu- feminine expressions may seem $2.95 novelty earrings. secretary.
typical: ': H \ t f: : brlde.to.be Mary Mark.
bon societies Izaak Walton : I7t
to the Gulf of Mexico near EvergladesCity League, or- The great female stone face- 3'b1{ *1fa1:_ .._.& 40, Bald Monday she'll
Florida. chid societies and many other civic and This Is the hard, fixed unseeing Melchior May 23.

"Then came the lumbering, an invasion conservation groups favor such proposal." tare millions of women wear In Today InWashington Markham, who has a 3.
the street, as If they sleep son by a previous mar.
hidden fastness by On December 10 1963, a formal were a.4
of this quiet, walking zombies said she was secretary to
constructed presentation was .made to. the Governorand star and his sometimes means watch-op
marts machines and a hastily *You know I don't like to be opera. .
railroad network. With the buzz of chain Cablnef"lining 'as the Florida Out- tiapt'; waiting-The angry face By The c r'e tt wife' .' ,J., I '\vearit ,clothing.. .
of a wife who 'second wife, a gets to an
saw and clank of steam engine, downin door Recreation Council in Tallahassee. polntment half an hour late but ap. ASSOCIATED. : Hacker died last Golf Is said to be the game

thundering crashes came the ageless "Why not," the brochure asks, "write figures. the best defense is an PRESS .- that turned the cows out of
been to the Governor and members of the attacx. the pasture and let the bull
The having TERROR REPORT An anti.
patriarchs. _
Well I''W Tex. AP in.
( )
living since long before Columbus discovered Cabinet to toll them how you feel abouta nerve-,tier you've eyebrow certainly arches got In a Castro group of American citizens r err 6. ECkert, Cham. .

America, were no more. Fahka Fahkahatchee Wilderness Park? It can Indignation because you have reported Monday night that Commerce official, ex. A good way to forget your
become under managed by some oafish form the Cuban government Is using I why a sign outside this troubles is to wear tight
loss but a reality the of
hatchee suffered a grievous provisions of behavior to slow milady's "Increasingly repressive meas. reading "Stonewall shoes,
was not dead. Today, a decade later, this Act, which was largely supported by progress. You have either got ures" against Its opponents, In. center of Texas-Home

sheltered by willow thickets, little cypress these same conservationists. A swell of your foot caught under hers, "death eluding: on a wheels.device" known as will -be Home changed of LBJ to e

seedlings, which if allowed to live over grass-roots support Is needed The Governor the brazenly point Impaled of her your umbrella eyeball, or on The colorful descriptive was .. center of Texas": "A Too bad we can't rub off
the passing centuries, will some day again Cabinet members, State Senators failed to push soon enough to applied to a military vehicle ,of.' people complained that the names on all the Christ.

become lords of their domain. and Representatives and Collier County help her through a revolving which the Citizens Committee putting peaches above mas cards we got this year
door. for a Free Cuba said transportsa ." and send them next yearRemarks ,
lives wild and Commissioners hold the key to success. traveling and
"Fahkahatchee still on So you had to be the life of court jury ex. ,

mysterious and free, but her days seem u the party-This Is the protec. rl.ecutloners ngs. to the scene of up. ...

numbered as pressures from drainage, Collier Countlans may not be overly tlve morning-after accusation.You --- -- N
only had three martinis, I have loads of friends
close excited about the Fahka HEMINGWAY PAPERS Mrs.
urbanization and Industrialization preserving she had four. Actually she real. Naples, and these friends of
in hatchee Strand, but It Is obvious that ly doesn't remember too clear. Ernest Hemingway will give know that I hate cold
others ly what happens, but figures the manuscripts, letters notes and would rather be In
the are.
still find largest
"There, one may and memorabilia of the late
you must have made a fool of I'm sure they would get a
0 author to the John F, Kennedy
yourself or else why would she laugh out of the snapshots
Library the library corporation j
feel so awful? All last winter while
Oh, let's eat any place you'd Monday. to work, half frozen to

'others say like. Heaven knows I'm not "Nothing husband would more have than the pleasedmy gift I would pass this ':'. .. :;...; .,J: 1
I ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSPreventing fussy-But that set smile Is of the Hemingway But Instead of seeing -
ominous She's In a picky mood. papers would see the name Naples. TOWN STUFF
Mrs. John F. Kennedy said in
You can name a thousand res. The billboard faces
a statement.
When the picture was taken,

Poverty ... ;f> :: ."ij,. !,.( .'. ." freight train was traveling Henry will be greatly missed. We
'->"">' : : ;' Everything seemed to be Henry Hoffman.. of nmena-.
Skeptics and cynics have now had theii noon and part-time workers. Many law *- S ., 0 L. I ERIAnEOS I south but me. - -- -

aay about President Johnson's declaration not only those regulating child labor but IEImmI! I DI RINSE I think a good title for Collier Countians can't re-

of war against poverty. The skeptics say those regulating wages, Social Security RtMON TRATf'.S pictures would bet 'Tis when Henry Hoffman
that Up North That IslArthur! wasn't a
poverty is ,
an Augean stable that can't taxes
group insurance unemployment ACROSS 3l. Like bone .. AN. I R A. 0 R T E. Blanton of The Collier
be cleaned out because County News
made new victims are! compensation and workmen's compensa 1. Old green 32. Keel-billed 0 AT.. 0 A F A ... Chester To tell org-
as rapidly as old ones are reclaimed. tion-add to the difficulties. Some craft 81m cuckoo A GIS I E N 0 EAR S you the truth, it
The cynics don't even bother to the unions / 7 Breakfast difficult for to
argue rigidly restrict apprentices. But S3. Heel F ACT 0 R S. 5 POT us remem-
point. They say the President's "war onpoverty" the benefits of a successful program rood prominence... G R A F .. P A V Comedy Corner that far. It was over ten

is only a political catch phrase which offers practical inducements to keep U.13. Siduttpper 3s Fast LAM ATE I 0.. ago.
designed to get votes in a Presidential youngsters in school Chalcedony 3T. While
can hardly be exag- U. Chlnky AD'" I. T ERA T I V EoU. has decided
election year But in some quarters the gerated. It would vestment to open a print
accomplish a lot more Malayan 38 Youth B E LIE. A 0 E N I IA of his
slogan has been accepted at its face value than Labor Secretary VVirtz' proposal to tree 41. Carte 5 NEE S. CASTER own and ( you can believe

and an attempt is being made to give it extend compulsory education to age 18. 16. Avid U. Dolphin or not ) we wish him all the good

some practical implementation. Mere exposure to education accomplishes 17. Scot river U. Stringed SOLUTION OP YfSTERDAY PUZZLI in the world. This organization

Oddly enough, the American Bankers. little unless there is desire to learn, sparked 19. Diamond instrument 2. Feminine 8. Seasoned cooperate with him in we
Association whose members would not by the incentive of ambition and sus- State: abbr 46. Glossy name 9. Lists any way

seem to be Intimately In touch with the talned by contact with opportunity 20. Grant paint 3. Unlnterest: 10. Earache 0

victims ol' poverty is one which has hit We in the newspaper business know 22. eoel with 7 U. Havlna an tap 11. Camlp
Across Internation. Opokla ( no he is NOT an
upon a plan that is practical and ftnlv what estate 18. One ,
extraordinary results
can be accom- 24. ClrafTeltke
48. Be language addressed famed
simple in operation. lorry singer
association plished you may
recently when all these conditions are met. animal 5. Young bird 20. Himalayan
conducted a symposium of business Newspaper carrier bo>s the "little mer 2?. M u..01 DOWN 6, Of a surface mountain was Alfred Apaka )
and government leaders, sociologists and chants" who brave the weather to deliver astronomy I. Home 01 7. Flying 21. Wind Henry's spot in the

economists, to map strategy. There wa your papers morning and evening learn 29. Holy the Incas mammal Instrument department.

general agreement that the government early in life the values of punctuality 23. Four .

could not do the job without help. thrift salesmanship and business acumen. I I J 4 S a I'7 e I re a quarts: abbr. "Sort of gives it an au
Instead of looking for ways of allevU The number of top business and industrial // 24. Harem thentic touch doesn't 1t1"l i.iHHH.iH.U: HHH.{.' #* .iHH"

sting poverty that already exists, some executives who II ,,o. 'T room .
got their first lessons ., .
members of the 'l'/ 25. Pen. 10 \\ .,. .,... ';- is a dirty weed.
banking ,.. .
be. ,
fraternity in private 'i.t. .> >
lieve enterprise bv carrying papers If ,'l.I mDUon'l 1''IItII5'='i'' ",., ... < .. '.. ', : it.
it is more helpful to try to is
preventnew much too large to be purely coincidental /: 26. Expen
cases of poverty. One way to do this Businessmen and industrialists should Ii /1 11 /1 0 flyer COLLIER COUNTY NEWS : no normal need.
Is to encourage young men and women to join with 2S. it.
school authorities in the work Peer cydersmotga MICHAEL CHANCE Edit ..bI.: "
stay in school and get a good education. of rh '/ '/ I" II I U t! .. .
conducting a student employment bu. V'h: : Publ h.d duly: .c pt d you thin it
David Rockefeller, president of the Chase reau. Some efforts have 30. CunOl1 .nd Saturday, in th., .n.rnoen :: makes you
already been
Zf IS I' n, I' the C.lli.r OU" (hint ,
Manhattan bank has called on business along this line in supplying student workers / hyperbole Inc 1H Tw.i'th Avow. South
men to find H. More pi.*. Fl." .. UMO Mail, Idd,." P the hair
part-time jobs for students right off
for If
part-time jobs in summer. It must 74 // JI loa IU1.TII.pt.O"1 your
listed by school boards as potential drop. be a year-around program to be effectiveand // mature Midway I tit lor .. isn.

been outs. He reports that his own bank has to hold potential drop-outs In school. 11.'l'.I./'h: JJ s. "if//: ''///. / 36.Pteceof baked day d.etrtm.nt* i the worst darn stuff I've

giving such youngsters part-time Poverty can perhaps, be alleviated bv 3a. Hall Subscription R.t.s seen
7-7 .
work with the understanding s J r'l'.I.: J7 // J By ..r,,.' er math piytbl.
they charity and make-work h S9. Arabian
projects. But it V // *dv.nc., it.
must stay in school and complete their can be prevented by education and vocational 4/ 41 fJ 4/ ,1I1f one V..r 111 SIlC Months | .
high school education. Results have beenencouraging. / 40. Dunce TII,.. Month f 1 II.M.mhr .
] training and In fellow
upgrading. few named
of Th. Associated ,.. Graham Lee
fS 41 Kin
areas of endeavor will few which i. .ntitl.d .iclutiv.ly to ,
so ounces of 014' It inger wrote the
It will require, as Mr. Rockefeller 42. Bounds ... tor ,.puIlIlC.I_ of .11 above over
says, prevention equate no pounds of ....... .
cure .7 i H.m* 1I".tH m |h t paper He
creative ingenUitv on the part of business The Huntington ((1V. Va.) Herald-Ad- 0'1. 44. Old Inch well M ,H AP ".... d.sp.tchp. ago. apparently felt
and to cola CnUrtd *. MCnd el... ... the same
Industry find .tt.
jobs these
we d0
after- as.
\ertiser. far 11m. 23 mm, II "' ...."..,..,.. the Port Off ce /I N 'p'... about the
....... y und.r Act of M..rn ) m weed. We still'smoke.I ,

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By FRANKITTE I \' : \ t 1/A/ALl 36-Hour Test AI! YNTHIA LOWRYAP confronted with answers to
tawk. .. I
-- .I'.L Tele"jJ, which must
-"""" .. i :I.Radlo Writer they propound ques.
NEW YORK ,AP>-The swol. tions.
PRETTY TRICKY I After North and East pass, len ranks of television's daytime CBS' "I've Cot a Secret" en.
rail At has Duplicate, Carter Har Ms. Arbaugh opens ONE Li X4JJ A In Spacecraft game and t and shows were increased terprlslngly imported ex-Beatle
about as many tricksup HEART. Vulnerable West 1'h t \(0 Monday "Get Peter Best for Monday night's
his sleeve as a North Caro- makes a dangerous TWO CLUB HOl'STON, Tex. VAP)-The the Message. on ABC, and show. But the nervous young
lina hound dog has fleas)Here'sone overcall Undaunted Carter at two.man Gemini spacecraft, "Jeopard) on NBC. man who was Rlngo's predecessor .
he pulled at our February North, with his Club Queen with an astronaut and engineer "Get the Message" Is off on the drums, blew his onega
11, Forum session. It is Board guarded three times TWO sealed inside, has been ched. the Goodson.Todman production ( line.
13 with Carter at North and his NO goes uled for a 3G.hour/ sea test this line and shows close kinship to Best said he left the group
Now folks
partner,Mrs.William week 30 miles south of Calves other shows packaged b>' the two years ago. When host Garry
Arbaugh. Indeed, Is a most unorthodox ton In the Gulf of Mexico. firm, partliularly "Password" Moore asked if he had any re.
playing South.
Both "free bid" and could be Three astronauts and three The object of the game is grets, he replied "It only hurts
vulnerable. North deals. disastrous! But wasn't Asa Manned Spacecraft Center engl. to gueJs familiar words and when I cry." Moore tried to

NORTNsA1OSI general rule, after an open? veers will pair off In teams. phrases from written clues. change "cry" to 'naugh" by re.
Ing pass,It usually Is extremely Each team will be locked In the There are two teams. Each has peatlng the line. Hand held in
H-10 ID
-K I7 unwise to respond TWO NO ., capsule for 12 hours at a time. one studio contestant who does anguish to his brow, Best left
c-QI.Z TRUMP without at least 11* 12 ''Its et t Although there are many ex. the guessing and two "celebri the stage.
WEST EAST in high cards Carter has only R J t perlments associated with" the tI.." who dream up the clues. Earlier he told this reporterthat
H--Q7 p -0 4 lZ 9 ; test, the principal objective Is The show seems mildly dl. he was a Beatle In the lean,
D 7 4 H A I IIC points to see how the vehicle operates verting and probabl) will help prefame days, and his resignation .
-A KJ I 4 ClO1SK0I East opens the C.'b: -10. West In salt water for the maximum a lot of housewives get througha was not entirely voluntary.
takes two Club tricks and then period of Its 38.hour power big pile of Ironing quite pain Recommended ton 1 g h tt
TN plays his Club-Jack hoping to suppl. lessly. "Changing Matilda The New
H-K J t 4 J 2Unveil strip North for possibly later Test requirements are that "Jeopardy" Is a quiz show In Australia," NBC, 10.11 (EST)
C-7 IQ Z getting In and using his two waves be fo ir to five feet high reverse Audience contestants public affairs special with
> remaining good Clubs. Carter and the sea cliopp pick their categories and are Chet Huntley narrating,
wins with his Club Queen It will be the first full-scale
Likeness I sea water test using a produc. 83 cents for the Alaska quake
and, when East shows out,he Is Hawaiian Kids disaster fund.
tlon Gemini
capsule, weighingand
entitled to a sly grin; contract equipped the same as a Raise 83 Cents The kids, aged 7 to 11, sold
Of Natalie WoodAt Is In the :
spacecraft returning to earth tickets to neighborhood children
Carter now breaks the Hearts I- ,, \ ; Numerous tests with the cap. For Quake Kelief then turned the 83 cents over
Wax permitting East to cash his sule have been mado In a huge to the Hawaii Red Cross
MuseumHOLLYWOOD ,( ---j
Heart-Ace which leaves N-S Il : : tank at Ellington Air Force HONOLULU (AP) A back ""
(AP) People with five good Heart tricks. .;.. : Base, near the Manned Spare. yard play staged by three BE A 'FRIEND'TO
from all over the world flock These added to his winning l tJ :;" ; ... craft Center. youngsters at Kallua produced YOUR LIBRARY.
to Buena Park to see movie ClubQueen, plus three Diamonds : :. ., "7: "Those tests were In fresh wa. ,
stars In wax. and two Spades brings total ter, and no waves," said a : ...... ':: ''.;m lUI.1Q Up,:; r:" "

But to get the Hollywood to an Incredible 10 tricks, \ { spokesman Arthritis Mrdlral Nupervl.los
crowd to take the 45 minute "We need to know exactly I
freeway trip, It takes a personal game plus one extra. An extraordinary Ta how the sea water affects In. Bursitis Shortwave Diathermy
Invitation from Natalie Wood, a high In match points. \ strumonts, how much water the > Neuritis Ultra Sound
With the exception of Pair ,a (Hot I'arkuTraction
champagne buffet and a pre. capsule leaks If any, whetherthe .
miere complete with exploding 11. who stopped at TWO NO batteries will last 38 hours, [ Overweight M......

fireworks In the sky. TRUMP, and made just that, '): .' I ..... the capsule's ability to float -" Sciatica

Natalie invited two busloadsof all the other N-S Teams went .,,' 1\" ,"-'.. ....... .. ,.. .' "In short we need to know eVeer.thlnc Mrdro kmUUr!
her friends to attend the un. for THREE HEARTS. All made I,, ,, I' that could happen If
veiling of her likeness the other this contract right on the nose 'P' the spacecraft had to be In the I.
night at the movleland wax mu. with the exception of the Parks water for 30 hours before It was >>
seum. who managed an extra trickto recovered. NI Z
Even Natalie was over. The three astronauts will '
whelmed when the Buena Park score second in match points. probably be Nell A, Armstrong, /dwvvffO IUttII.A.6'
police department met the bus, When playing with or against Sally DuBane 'Cover Girl'A U. Cmdr. John Young and U. s
Carter, It is well to remem- ,
escorted her Into a gold Rolls Cmdr. James Lovell. The engl. .
Royce to the museum where ber that with him a No Trump the sentiment of this who neers are Gordon Harvey, Jim '
picture of Miss Sally Du- the writer questioned Miss girl .ij ((
she was greeted by the mayor game Is a favorite contract B. Thomas and Robert D. Mer.
has found allothe home
and of as It Is with Bane, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. DuBane. r ,a cer of the
a couple thousand fans, so many flight crews support .Your Health 10 miles
plus fireworks. other Life Masters. However, Ed DuBane, 535 Banyan Blvd., "Do I think I'll return 1 ican home division. Resort
She was happy with her like. does or doesn't this kind of occupies the "CoverGlrl"spot would love to stay here for al- Miss DuBane recently spenta The capsule will be loweredover North on 41,
ness, set in the mock wedding bidding pay off? Let's see At on the March 25 issue of the always!" Miss DuBane repli- short vacation with her par- the side of the National ,.'.
scene from "West Side Story," the February Forum Session, "Blanca Sol",a woman's maga- ed.The ents here in Naples and then Aeronautics and Space Admin. Complete
but a little sad when she Carter brought the contract to zine published in Mexico City. magazine writer closed went to Tallahassee seeking Istratlon's recovery ship, the '.
glanced nearby and saw James THREE NO TRUMP Miss DuBane has been a Stu- the article with this comment: admission to the Florida State. Retriever A 400.foot nylon rope, Vibra Mineral Springs Bath
Dean in a scene" from "Rebel times out of the 15 Boards exactly played six dent In the Mexico City Collegeon "When we left we stopped a If the courses she plans to pursue which will be slack, will connect Sauna Steam Room
Without a Cause. think of clos- are not available at FSU the ship to the capsule There
a student exchange moment to Sally's ,
Natalie, at 18, costarred with by his N-S Pair. Four times, program will be power and communtca. Scientific Massage
between the United States and ing words and we believe that will enter Ohio State University .
the late teenage idol In that pic. successful: with a total of 38 tions lines from the spacecraftto :
Mexico and with five these words fittingly In Columbus, Ohio.
along express
ture. It made her a star. It gather matchpointsTwkcethegame the ship : kr
the first of three Oscar No Trump bid was unsuccessful other girls lived with a Mexican \ ----- --- ---

nominations. and set for a trick or two. family
Some of the exhibits in the In each case bringing the A writer for "Blanca Sol"

museum are so lifelike they are score to only one out of a Interviewed Miss DuBane and
eerie. Gary Cooper, in a scene possible eleven In match points. the story Is spread over four
from "High Noon," looks as if pa&eIn the magazine along
Now figure it out; 38 to the
he is about to holler "hi" at his with pictures In additionto
old friends. good, as contrasted with only many
Alan Ladd in "Shane" and 2 points on the failure side, the cover photo which Is In 'V.'

Humphrey Bogart in '"'The African .1v good going! Perhaps In this, "color. IJI H .It, '(/.." ,
Queen" are especially life. our inimitable, director has The story is written in Spanish I
like. So are Laurel and Hardy something we all might try and a translation Includesthe

and the first Negro Oscar win. to Imitate that Is, provided following comments:
ner, Hattie McDanlels, in we can play the cards as "The traditional Mexican
"Gone With the Wind." skillfully as he does. courtesy has example worthy
of great regard in those homes
I COflBJN LlNDABURIt's of families who take to their

hearts North American girls
who come to study In our country -
time to giving them protection and

girls,during the several
months they study and live ,
THINK GREEN among us, take back with them

In most cases, great and won-
derful memories when they return -
to their country -
"In addition, they carry back
the experience of having gotten

Turf Builder is acquainted with other customs,
the flavor of different foods,
America's No I the affection of new friends and

lawn fertilizer Use the knowledge of new words, of 11i S.

i Turf it for a greener green. another language"
In the Interview Miss DuBanewas r
Builder 2.95 & 4.95 questioned as to why sheicame 0

1 1 tarwIvIM'|M, nviM to Mexico, how much she
had traveled In the country,
her Impressions of Mexico.her

.-. obbies, boy friends, future
plans and similar personal observations Ii I Ir
and Interests.

"Sally, In closing tell us one
thing. Do you think you'll return -
to Mexico some day"
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clears out weeds Bonus Takes Name Off

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action.tradein. : r
tlonal Broadcasting Co. and I
commentator Chet Huntley
have agreed that he should
withdraw his name from a
brand of beef claimed to be of
nigh protein content.
NBC said Monday It had
I been decided that all advertls.
$7 i Ing and promotion of "Chet
Huntley's nature fed beef" will
be discontinued.
Huntley, partner of David
for your old Brinkley on a nightly televisionnews
show, concurred in the
spreader-any announcement.
Huntley said cattle fed at his
make, size, farm In Stockton, N.J., will be
sold In the open market and
condition-on a will not carry his name for

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Picks CAPJVFRED'S Besselink Wins Boxing Quiz I

l,,,, Open
Yanks As 64 "':>
LOG jd :../ By One Stroke Hears WBA

; 1 \I WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) -
AL ChampionsMIAMI "I should be a great player Chief SPORTS
by Copt Fred Lawton, Director from now on. I've got every

Marine Safely' Raytheon shot there Is. I have a good
(AP) Blunt-spoken
Hank Bauer, showing more Company A AmerUo't Cup awing now and hit good drives, WASHINGTON (AP) Ed. . . . . . . . . .
championship! tailing master good iron shots and I'm putting
courage than tact, picks the ward Lasman, president of the

New York Yankees to repeat as I \ NYLON SrO KING well" World Boxing Association appears 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday; March SI, 1964
American League champions. The speaker was Al Besselink, before the Senate antl. ,

Moreoever, he selects his own 'TATTlir1AtEsi shortly after he slipped home a + N trust and monopoly subcommittee .

Baltimore club to finish third If one-stroke winner of the $20,000 today as the probe of the Olympic Cage

with the Minnesota Twins In i < Azalea open golf tournament .. Nan CUy.Liston championship fight Training
second place ; Monday. It was the first tour draws to a close.Lawman's .
..1 victory In almost seven years Tests Frustrate
"I know there'll be repercus. appearance Is an
slons," said the dauntless Oriole for the 39-year-old husky Mer. opportunity to solve a puzzlers StandingsBy

manager. "But I'm just being 1\\ turned chantvllle to, the N.J., blond who re. what were his reasons for sue* Teams' CoachesNEW
tournament trail
honest about It. I suppose I A PIECE testing the association strip
could rose.color my way OF4/WJ/ after three years as a Philadelphia Casslus Clay of the heavyweight YORK (AP) Four THE ASSOCIATED PRESS;
area club pro. / NATIONAL LEAGUEW.
through the season but that titleand bar Sonny Listen from prominent college basketball
37D(x v6AIAkES A triple bogey seven on the a L. Pet.
wouldn't be me. I've always another crack at it? And why coaches come to town today to
called a spade a spade" __ -.r_ next to last hole, where he put did he withdraw the suggestion? handle the kind of teams every San Francisco 18 8 .800
The hard-bitten ex-Marine, AV his tee shot out of bounds al. coach dreams about-each with Milwaukee 11 3 .788
never one to mince words, IPEAIrAf71..ErAU most cost him the tournament The stated reason for the in. the frustrating !knowledge! that Pittsburgh 9 5 .643
addedt TV DETECT EM THE which he had led since a sec qulry Is to determine If the he can't win. Chicago 10 8 .625

"Every club In our league is LJlJ.lrESr mAID ond.round 65. But a great par Clay.LIston fight points to a The coaches are John Woodenof Houston 8 6 .571
confronted with Ifs except the tIIAVGES tour on the final hole saved him need to place professional box. UCLA's national champion Los Angeles 6 6 .500

Yankees. They're set at every UWSlfPSRAIN the $2,700 top money and nosed tog under tight federal policing. team; Amory (Slats) Gill, who Cincinnati 7 8 .467

;position.>> And they've got the AAlJ xtSN'T4e/ out Lionel Hebert. Chairman Philip A. Hart, D. Is retiring as Oregon State New York 7 9 .438

strongest bench. TERJ..tkS6EP. "This should give me confi Mich., says the subcommittee coach; Jack Gardner of Utah, AMERICAN LEAGUE

"I've got a good team, too, dence. Winning here could mean already has heard enough of and John McLendon of Kentucky Baltimore 7 6 .538
but I've got several Ifs. It's $25,000 for me," he added, referrlng mysterious money deals and of State. New York 7 8 .467
to fringe benefits a circuit possible underworld Involve. 6 7 .462
highly possible we could win the ., They'll direct the four all.star
pennant but we've got to have victory brings. I.a.:: ,'.....aJ. __ .1 ment In the staging of the bout college teams -three from the Detroit 7 9 .438

good years from Brooks Robin. 'Rec' OfficialsTo Besselink had rounds of 7065. CO-CHAIRMEN of the "PlayGolf-for the Crusade" so that "we've got the momen. National Collegiate A.A. and one Cleveland 8 12 .400 I
son at third, Jerry Adair at sec. 72.75: to finish six under par for Day turn" to pass legislation from the National Association of Chicago 5 9 .357:

ond and Jackie Brandt In cen. Meet Softball tour trips around the 6,744.yard set for Friday at all local courses are Mrs. Virginia Sam Margolls, acknowledging Intercollegiate Athletics-In the Los Angeles S 10.333

ter. We've also got to get a goodyear Cape Fear Country Club course. Edwards (left) and Mrs Barbara Wolfe. Ready to lenda a highly profitable friendship Olympic tryouts on the St. Boston 6 13 .316
out of Team Managers His total matched the tournament John's court Thurs. Kansas City 4 11 .267
our right fielder University
helping hand in the crusade, center is Miss Anne with Uston and an associationwith
whether he's Sam Bowens or Managers of the tour City soft high turned In by three underworld figures Frank day. Other teams in the three. Standings ,Include. only games

Willie Kirkland." ball League teams will meet with previous winners since the 1949 Gayle Wolfe.Widow Carbo and Frank flunky) Pa- day session are two all.star between major league teams ana

Here's how Bauer picked the Recreation Department officials Inaugural. .. Golfers To Join lermo, swore Monday the fight squads picked from last week's do not Include games against
order of finish tomorrow night at the department Playing 18 holes in Monday's "absolutely" was not fixed. He Amateur Athletic Union championships minor league teams or "B"

1. New York. 2. Minnesota. 3. office to make preparations for weather was punishing Shortly Wins Cancer Crusade denied heatedly that he was and two from the team games.
Baltimore. 4. Chicago 5. Oe. the coming season. after dawn a cold wave struck "fronting" for Carbo and Paler Armed Forces.

trolt. 6. Cleveland. 7. Boston 8. Scheduling details will be town and temperatures plungedto $81,181 DoubleAt This WeekendFeatured mo when he secretly obtained The college squads Include
Los Angeles. 9. Kansas City 10. cleared up. It Is expected that 37 degrees when play began. without paying a cent, one-half most of the past season's All. Toronto, Detroit
Washington this year's schedule will closely The wind howled all day at from as one of the sev- of Listen's stock in IntercontU America and Uttle AII.Amerlca

The first.year pilot of the parallel that of last year. The 25 to 39 miles an hour. GulfstreamMIAMI eral projects of the Crusade nental Promotions Inc., which selections, six members of the Host Stanley Cup

Orioles called the Indians the season will open April 14, and "When I saw the conditions, I Against Cancer sponsored by had also secretly paid Clay $50,. UCLA squad and the tallest and Playoffs TonightBy
sleeper club, the Tigers the doubleheaders will be played each realized that nobody could beat Fla. (AP) Marion the Collier County unit of the 000 for the right to promote his most-talented college players
most Improved but reserved the Tuesday and Thursday at Cam. par out there and decided to W. Jones of Washington D.C. American Cancer Society will next bout. from every sector. The NAIA THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

highest praise for the Twins. bier Park. play for pars treating each hole visited a racetrack Monday for be.Ji "Play-Golf-for-the- squad represents smaller col. The Stanley Cup playoffs

"The reason I picked the On April 13, the famous tour. Individually," Bessellnk related. the first time In 20 years bet sade Day." the date being Friday Robert Nllon, executive vice leges, but physically Its Just as shift to Toronto and Detroit to.

Twins ahead of us Is because man Softball team, the "King. $2 on four hunches In the Gulf. 3. All five local president of Intercontinental, big as any of toe others. night and the homecoming Ma.
whose brother
they've got a real good hitting and His Court," plans to be In stream Park twin double, and Nllon was The college teams will be pie Leafs and Red Wings planto
team, maybe the best In the Naples to meet a local all.star Hawks Go Into won $81,181.80 second largest golf courses are making their swore that even he didn't know playing under unfamiliar rules, take full advantage of the
team. payoff In American racing his. facilities available. that Listen had agreed to sur.
league. At tomorrow's managers which probably won't handicap change In scenery,
meeting, the makeup of this lo. tory. On that day golfers 1118yen-. render half his purse for the them much. The big differencesare The Leafs entertain Montrealand

Player Says He cal team Is expected to be work. Final PlayoffOf The dark-haired widow said Joy their favorite sport at any bout to Jack Nllon, until this t h. angled foul lanes, Chicago visits the Wings in
was disclosed In
she "didn't even know what a of the five Pro- the hearings.He .
ed out. one courses. spreading 19 feet at the end third games of their respective
Has Chance For Main attraction of the "King NBA WesternST. twin double was" until Mondayand grams and special events of the Insisted he saw nothing line, and the international ball, bestof-seven series. Both sets

and His Court. Is Eddie Felg. "wouldn't have come to the various courses follow; "Incongruous": In the fact that which is a little heavier and are even at a victory apiece but

Masters Win Again ner, the fastest pitcher In soft LOUIS (AP) Little Len races at all except a friend got The Beach Club Friday April no medical consultation was in. harder to control than the the home-ice advantage has

ATLANTA (AP-Gary Play. call, who strikes out so many Wtlkens caught the Los Angeles me away from the swimming 3. Event Low gross of volved when Listen refused to American ball. given underdogs Toronto and De.
er, only foreign entry ever to opposing batters he can afford Lakers looking the wrong way pool. net using the Galloway answer the bell for the seventh The NCAA squads have troit an opportunity to take
win the. Masters Golf Tourna. to have only three other team. as he boosted the St. Louis She said her escort gave her sys- round of the Feb. 25: fight, there. played a couple of exhibitions charge.
Also closest the
ment, feels he has a good mates besides himself on the Hawks into the final playoff of $20 to spend "for fun" and she tem. to pin by losing the title to Clay. during the past week, but Thursday night's fourth

chance to win again this year. field. the National Basketball Associ. would give him $25,000 of her on No. 7. Hart and 8. Jerry Cohen, sub. there'll be little time for prac. games also wUl be played at the

Player, whose Masters vie. Feigner's four-man team nor. atlon's Western Division winnings "There are lots of The Mooringj, Friday April committee counsel, suggested tlce as units under the different Leafs' and Wings' rinks. Chlca.

tory came In 1961, has won one mallyi performs only In large The Lakers had their eyes on things I can do with the rest," 3. Event: Ilole-ln-one tournament Uston..' 1 to have a lot of conditions.So go hasn't won In Its last 11

tournament this year on the cities, so it is to Naples' ere. Bob Pettlt, Cliff Hagan and she added. One thing she's go. on No, 16. "aides" v licly listed who why can't anyone win? starts at Detro't.' Toronto won

PGA tour and Is one of the top dlt that this city Is being Included Richie Guerln, the top point. Ing to do Is extend her Florida Big Cypress Friday April were putt: bite heavily on Well, when the three.day .... tour of seven home games

money winner so far "I feel in the team's itinerary makers for the Hawks. But Wil. vacation through the weekend.She 3, all day. Event: Low grow his earclnr They noted that don Is over, the U.S. Olympic against Montreal during the

like I'm playing well," he said. VEL/N EARS kens, the smallest man on the had planned to go home and net using the Galloway Uston had stifled In 1980 that Basketball Committee and Hank season. I

HARD court at 6-foot-l inch, knifed In. Wednesday tem. Hole-ln-one contest on he could not read or write. Iba of Oklahoma State, the Neither the Leafs nor Wings!
Drive Carefully And Live DENVER (AP) The Denver and.out among the Giants tor 30 Vacationing with her daugh. No. IS.Palm. Olympic coach, can pick just 18m.n can afford the slightest:! letdown, II
ter 11 Mrs. Jones said she bet The Nllons have testified that
Dears may set some kind of baie- points that led to a 121.108 vie. from the whole group. The however.
ball record for miles traveled tory Monday night. Hy Jeep $32.80, In the fifth race, River Friday April the secret promotional deals final Olympic squad will consistof Frank Mahovllch will have to
because "1 have a younger' 3. all day 9 ,or 18 .holes were violations. of World Boxing 12 and alternates '
WANA SWAP from pring uainingbe.e to home The Hawks now travel to'San regulars -continue his' playoff surge and
opener this season. Francisco Wednesday for the brother with the nickname' BUnd bogey. Association rules. But they said and team results won't I mein ageless Johnny Bower his goal
Vanderbilt B..cb 3 bedroom They will fly approximately opener of a bestof-seven series 'Jeep'." She chose ChallengeShip "Hole-ui-the-Vvall Friday the eagerness of states and cit. much In the selections.The tending heroics If Toronto Is to

home' PIne IkI8e ,2,400 miles from llallandale. against the division-champion $13.60, In the sixth because April 3, and Saturday, April lea for the prestige and profits program calls for each eliminate Montreal, the regular
Fla. '1 entered the real estate bust 4. Low and low involved In playing host to a team to play three times.
3 bdipom, hem T Naples' to San Diego for their Warriors. gross net. season champion.
ness In October and it was a championship fight make it un.
Pacific Coast League opening Cincinnati and Boston clash Prizes will be awarded for Mahovllch assisted on one
Bowling .stock game, then fly another 2,623 tonight In Boston In the first real challenge" the various events. likely that the association could RUNS MAKE PITCHERSNEW goal and scored the other last

miles for their next series In game 'of the Eastern Division She bet March Blow, $24.80, do much about Imposing mean. YORK (AP) Sandy Saturday as the Leafs nippedthe
Honolulu. final playoff. In the eighth because "my birth LONG STEAK ingful sanctions against violator Koufax, the "all everything" Canadians 2.1 at Montrealand

G. H. I.I LUFF .e,. K. E The trip from the islands to Pettlt didn't have a bad nightas day was yesterday March 29, BOWLING GREEN Ky., (AP) S.Hart. along the winter banquet trail, squared the aeries Bower,
""" ,, Denver for the home opener la he hit 23 points and nabbed and It's cold at home," and won The longest winning streak for said he did not plan to kay' he is thankful the Dodgers believed to be anywhere from

another 3,473 miles. So that's 20 rebounds Hagan notched 29 on Romoqulll, $19.20, In the Western Kentucky's basketball call either Uston or Clay as "had faith in me for nine yearn." 39 to 42 years old, handled 22 of
III ttk 81:' s... NapW 8,500 milea altogether from markers and Guerln 19. But Wll. ninth on the theory "my daughter team was 24 games. It began witnesses because he considers "A pitcher ho.I good year 23 shots.

training camp to home park. kens was the man of the hour. Is studying Roman history Jan. 5, 1935 and was broken the "the record is ample" to guide when he get* a lot of runs,"
. The Hawks surged from a 56. In school." next season by Millsaps. Congress says the star Dodger pitcher who Since 1932. the stats of Florida

SoME ell Ci 0 t halftime dealock to a 7243 The largest payoff in history admit he did a lot of Hitting has derived nearly $109 millionin

I ,..w... ""''Ly spread that grew to 12 at the -$84.114.20ent to two Miami the lakt three years the team was revenue from Ilialeah Race:
n..v NIIto. .fI SOME CARS GO FAST, N start of the final period. The Beach cooks on March 5. Just in Brooklyn. Course.
days three Canadianswon
11: Lakers never came close again.
L ,
SoME BLOCK THE ,? s Elgin Baylor paced the $77,040.60 at Gulfstream on

:::, TEAS t Lakers with 28 points, but it the twin double Tommy Armour The Dogs At Boiijta I

:: l You c CIJN'r6 : took him 32 shots to hit his 11 The New York Yankees won
field goals Jerry West had 25 RESULT$ ENTRIES'

IJIRl/NESIt markers despite a hampering Stadium 58 and lost In 1963 22 games en route at Yankee to the r Two Mistakes First, T-Jlitl Quid' til.*0 First 0,*". D S/U
FLY MAKE fifth personal foul midway llnd.lU "U
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American Cltryl' M I Click Tie T
League pennant. liE who fails Emit (m
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Neptune (3)) 4 BO
Merry' EI.n.I Hobcrk 12
improve generally has two
/ Second T-JMO Jon'. Rusty' 1 Brdwy' Sklpptr S
serious mistakes in his stance. Quln SUM
Amiben ((7) }
g 400 210
lie plays the ball.10 far ahead Quick Trick (2) 400 170 Stcond Ord ,D 111h"
Wood 1 Liar I
WE'LL BRING BACK YOUR HOME'S ORIGINAL BEAUTY WITH of in line with the back of his He (li 300 Mitt Ortl, 7.2 Kind, Sir, SHow
left heel he does not give himself Duly, Doubl. (I.,) Rib About Jim I Hcruman t
( B.|firt Sndy' 10 Lit A II
a chance tq Ail the ballon Third T-lIiH, Quln. SIM
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the dou-nfhing or at the Loch Loose ("I) 110 oat Plaid Co.t 1 by' Srv 10
bottom of the swing Pennelli (J) 790Fourth EI C..b.II'I 12 Nettling' 4
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reaching for the hall and either Fifth. T-U.II.l Quln. IIS.SO T V's Jy a DUlly Droller 4
Hands close to body Shot... Minuit, Steak k Rrdwy Rnck I
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Roof Steam Cleaning falls out of balance or hits Artie Shop ("I I) 440 (40 20 Court Fir* I Happy Qinfir ,11
C.t...bas Mir ((7i, 100Suth
the ball feebly on the toe of Firth Ord D l/ll

Rafters Cleaned the club when he does connect T-40:71 Quin, IS].SO Mtlvin N.bbl S Gay, RonbUr I 2
Carport Small Rntinni (II) 20 40 S 40 t 60 Cydi M.e Npl \ Rider. ISluth
fl"1'\ Get in the habit of soling WHb.rt Hill. (ti 4 to 400 Chu China, 4 P.. 1
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atmaa laa '- U. '. Ia :Tuesday. March 31, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 I

Duplicate Attendance
was reported near the epicenterof
aids Bonitarow Quake Toll the Friday smasher but re.
ports from Anchorage Indl.
cated It was not felt In popu.
,, By RAE WEAR Holds To Hiah Level lated regions of Alaska

;-.u.-; "'out "' .. r.-.r.: .:.. ,. iiw_ 4 178 AlaskaCD An airlift was under way
Boniu BY C.J. McMURRY Rebid by opener on the basis from the Seattle Wash., area
e Springs Baptist panment Scholarship Fund Amazing Is the word for it. that a stunning surprise premised carrying emergency supplies to
rch held their March meet- with donations from Mrs Violet Eighteen table in two sections to envelope the defenders stricken cities

this week at the church, Sewell end Mrs. Peg Pittman made excellent games at the when they got a bottom becausethe Reveals Fifteen Air Force Globe.

Mrs. Hazel Wlcke. pre- to the Library Auction lunch Naples Duplicate Bridge Club McMurrya would probably masters were scheduled to ar.
tnt, presiding and giving the cession last Thursday.Why be the only team to play the handIn rive In Anchorage- before the

ntng prayer. There wasp eon.The president asked for vol- amazing? A record num. no trumps three no trumps. ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP) day was out with cargoes rang.
of"I'll Where ae ber playing this late in the sea. Shattered Alaska counted Ing from diapers to electrical
singing go unteers for the joint Post and As a
MetoGoDearLord" ion the game was playedon TRUMP, weswereasomewhat more dead today and reports equipment.
Want .
1 i Auxiliary Chicken and Rib BarB Thursday Instead of usual usual in fact rather odd. The from backwater villages indl. Commercial airline servicewas
a Members were urged to be Q to be held Sunday April Friday night .and several re. club ace was opened followedby sated there may be still many fully restored to Anchor.
I attendance at the Florida 5, at the home from 1 to 4 gular teams victims of the
? were missing due to Q J XXX to give us a more great age a major air center. The
t |te W.M.U. Convention In p.m. for a donation of $1.50 .i the Easter season. solid bump on the bottom with earthquake.The Alaskan Highway was reportedIn

Petersburg, April 14th and to which the public Is Invited. Surprising was the fact minus 200.Actually. : toll of dead and presumed fair condition.

Anyone desirous of going A letter from Clark Candy that the top north.south honors in six spades or five diamonds dead mounted to 178 In Many back country roads
[asked to contact Mrs. Cath- bandmaster at Cypress Lake both sections were won by only cannot be defeated If the a tally released by Alaska Civil were said to be Impassable be.
three points and one half point Defense and reports from sur. cause of earthslldes and
iSpotu. School, In which he stated he hand Is played properly and one
led M- respectively. team bid vlrors of an obliterated village. mashed bridges
program by s. would' like donations towards the six spades.
Busch entitled Perplexing were the reactions Officials noted some of the Port facilities throughout the
the "City band uniforms. Lady Luck otherwise certainlymust
expressed to me by one deaths could not be confirmed.The Gulf of Alaska were generally
without i Church." have taken extreme pity on
110,000 The president also reminded -
couple as to why they did so picturesque Island of unusable
and rested
us in cases
members to bring their dona- poorly. many shoulders Kodiak, southwest of Anchor. The grim task of adding up
solidly on our
MORNING SESSION tions of books games, etc. for Flabbergasting to the The age in the Gulf of Alaska ap. casualties occupied both civil
\Ie't revival the Bonita the Fierce-Wood Hospital at +e. McMurrys that they won a top East playi section had nine tables peared to be the state's hardesthit lans and military

Ings Baptist Bobby Miller Arcadia when the local dele- \ M especially after trying so hard with average score of 108. area. Tie report showed 72 Bob Hllllker shellfish special.
cle held a morning session gation visits theho.spltalonAp. not to win one, as Illustrated by Section A North South Me. or more dead or presumeddead lit for the state's Departmentof

i week. The opening prayer ril 13th. .,.. the bidding in the following hand. Murrys 125 points seconded by as a result of Fridayevening's Fish and Game, said perhaps
taken from Psalm :. Opener (sex not nxfdfled for quake and tidal 25: crabbing boats-each with
I scripture Jacque Elmore of Naples displayed Mrs. Harold Weed Mrs. Cor.
SPELLING CHAMPS at Carver Elementary are (seated) good and sufficient reasons) one waves. four or five men-could have
was by Mrs. Quillie and win Waite at 122
given VanAntwerp
Jewelry many members ;
diamond. Hand j 6 diamonds The Kodiak toll was based on been away from Kodiak Island.
|les. The names on the pray. made purchases. By so Aubrey Smith, first; Patricia Ann Walker, second: thudded Into third with 118. Tom
A.K.Q.X.X.X, spades reports furnished by state po. He said another 10boats may
list were given by Mrs. doing the unit will receive a per (standing) Deborah Haugabrooks, third. The first and K J x X; hearts, A t"; fourth Boullns played well at lib for lice after a tour of the Island's have been out of Seldovla 140
fifth,the Richard Rollands
dge Pitch Members were centage. second place winners will represent the school In Club (one) K.Responder. were ; well above at torn and twisted villages. miles southwest of Anchorage
ued to call on friends and The Easter theme was pre- ( we used both club 114.', average Omitted from the Civil De. There was no word from Adak,
the finals to be held at the Carver Cafetorlum
Ighbors who at present dot valent. As the Easter paradegot county and diamond for articlelal fense list was the community far out in the Aleutians.
attend any church and into under way the Judges sel Thursday, April 9, at 8 p.m. (NEWS photo) openers one spade Indicating able margin West hud: A Mrs.very comfort.Jeanette of Chenega on Prince William The Coast Guard combing
'. less than lOpolnts. Hand Sound. Reports from Fairbanks Isolated inlets found two deserted .
them to First Baptist. ected as the prettiest Mrs. : spades Craig Harry Bauer lording it
I voted for milk Clark the A Q X X; hearts XXXXt Indicated half the town's popu. cabins when people may
Money was Virginia ; most original over this section at 146., but
diamonds XXX, Clubs 10.X. latlon of 45 may have been lost have been swept away. These
Ir a school child through Mrs. Mrs. Fern Halgler and Ending QuarterOf the Frank Hopkins had no reason
Economy 'to be In a desperate race for higher were on Prince William Sound,
icke the funniest Mrs. Dante Rea- ashamed of second at 117.
ground against an 80-foot tidal near the quake's epicenter. An
hard. The James Loses 110, and Bruce
JA poem was presented by Coin
ShortageTo wave. aerial check was made of re.
rs, Agnes Wolcott entitled Refreshments were served Boynton-Stuart Kosters at 100 The Fairbanks reports said mote villages.

|My Secret Room",after which by JoHashbarger and Ms Year On Higher Note Hit Crisis were Section also above North-South-Arthur average two persons were known dead In Anchorage Alaska's larg.eM .

freshments were served. Eleanor Messerer. B and 20 missing after the wave l city, salvage was pushed
Brackett.Ted Hearth had that
washed the little town. rapidly and utilities .
away were restored
NEW YORK (AP)-The econ. week reached the highest level row squeeze of V4 point over
ART LEAGUE In Few Years Civil Defense said It could In sections
Stolen many
Truck omy Is winding up the first since last June with mills turn. the George Bradbury 126 to
I Those Interested in doing out- quarter of 1964 on a higher note Ing out 2,362,000 tons of Ingots, WASHINGTON (AP) The 12514' ; Frank Otte.carter Har. neither confirm nor deny the Businessmen dug undamaged
Here RecoveredIn report based on stories from goods from ruined stores and
jlde painting especially mem- than It began the year. up 2 per cent from the previous coin shortage will reach a crisis rail followed closely with 118;
survivors flown to Cordova. prepared to at new lo.
srs of the Bonita Springs Art Fort MyersA The consensus seems to be week. stage within the next two or Frank Lawsons a comfortable The new casualty figures cations. reopen
ague are asked to meet with that it Is headed still higher. Shipments for the first quajc three years. margin over average at 114.1'.
74 from the last Civil Mayor Sharrock told
were George
elr Instructor at the local panel truck belonging to Steel production has climbedto ter were estimated at 20 mlllliM This Is the view of govern East.West i Mrs.Berta Turner. Defense up report Issued Monday. newsmen Anchorage would be

Community Hall each Tuesday Norman Auto Supply stolen a nine-month high. tons, an Increase of 10 per cent ment officials who direct the Mrs. Iris Mllllgan top with 131 Nearly all the new dead were surveyed by geologists to de.
I fit 12:45: noon. Of course, the from In front of Its place of Automobile production and over the like period last year manufacture and distribution. ot'with Mrs. Joe Johnson.Mrs. from Kodlak-which listed only ermine( which areas were

egular session will continue business on Fifth Avenue sales are booming The two-millionth passengercar billions of coins and it Is basedon Theresa Draughon! trailing slight seven victims Monday.The safest He said relocation of the
Construction contracts continue of 1964 rolled off assembly the that demand ly with 122.V4.' George Millers
lach the Hall South In Naples] afternoon assumption business
Tuesday at at one- Sunday list seemed to confirmthe area was a possibility.
to soar.The lines during the week. Producers will continue to expand at an pushed hard but had to be con.
Mrty. was recovered yester- belief that scores of fisher. "We do not feet that this
stock market has spurt.ed were talking about the like.lihood Incredible rate. tent In third with 120Vfc and the
Mr. L. Broome from Cape day at Tom's Used Car Lot to historic peaks.President of a record eight-million How soon will the shortage I Dan Burglunds ed just little men and seaside residents had earthquake need deter our fu.
:oral will continue to Instructhe In Fort Myers where the thief Johnson said during car year. Last ye.- sales totaled have a noticeable effect o n I i when they finished fourth with died in waves that smashed the'lure, the mayor said
local group and through the claiming to be a Norman em- the week "More Americansare 7.7 million. business and produce serious 1119.1,. Mrs. Donna Hatley. south-central coast. A number Gov. William A. Egan slml.
larly made 13-mlnute
oming summer each Monday ployee represented that he more prosperous than at Production during the week Inconvenience for the public? James Dun were fifth, lll.New .'/ of Isolated areas mainly In the on radio hopeful address to the a state Mon.

i fternoon at the Mobile Homes wished to buy a used car for any time in history." was estimated at 166,900 cars, "We believe that some banks Guests? Not many but In. the Alaskan peninsula or de. day night. He said he had foundIn
Aleutian Islands were
/Ulage Recreation Center on his own use. The year started out with predictions up from 164,807< the previous are already stocking up on coins deed welcome. "situation unknown." his tours of the dlsas.
3onlta Beach When he failed to return the that business would be week and 159,504! a year ago. for next Christmas" Treasury Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tennant scribed I ter cones "almost unbelievable
used care the owners of the good at least during the first six Sales for the March 1.20 period official said. are from Toronto Canada while New aftershocks rocked the courage and determination to
months. Now the indications totaled 414,529 cars, a sub-1 gulf area. The seismograph at
are Of the 55 billion coins manu Mrs. Shelley Halley registeredIn
used lot checked with 1
LEGION AUXILIARY car Nor- begin building an even greater
that the climb has farther to go. stantial gain over the 387,426for factured by the governmentsince from Naples the University of Washingtonhas "
ladles attended man Auto and found that the Alaska
Twenty-six A big factor has been anticipation the like period a yer" earlier 1792 about 44 billion have We had to disappoint one recorded more than 60 '
I the semi-monthly meeting of would be buyer was not and realization of the income Construction contract. in Feb. been minted In the put 25 newcomer who showed without a shocks since the big quake
[the American Legion Auxiliary employed by them and that the tax cut enacted by Con. ruary totaled $3,201,304,000 up years. On the average, a coin partner when we could nut round A moderate to severe tremor "Stop1: Signs Mean STOPTHINK

[of John Murphy Post #303 In panel truck had been stolen In ere... 10 per cent from $2,917,263,000 stays in circulation for 25: years oneII' .t 7:30 p.m. just a
I the Legion Home off the Beach Naples. One of Its first concrete benefits In February 1963. The Increasewas Production has been steppedup gentle roitmtor that a call to You THE 8EATLFsvEC1

I Road The guests were intro- The used car was located this was Its help In boosting paced by a 17 per cent rise sharply In the past few years the Pv ,rttU at 2V4677 !la
duced and welcomed by President morning In the northern part Easter sales to a record up an on contracts for new residential and It will reach 4.1 billion a simple to avoid such a dls. GOT THE BElir ?

[ Marlon Guider of the state. The thief was estimated 5 per cent over last buildings. pieces In the business year appointment. tVrforenoon Friday 1 rHEN YOU'RE IN STYLE

the business session .,}Jasj>;FePOD't4dtcbed, ,ty i foreign -, year, .. made his which ends next June 30. U' #f possible w-iifline for possibilities i (
During : '' '" asseaament'' '
rnienf above 't. In 1
.r the economy ,. ""
for 9
: Congress approves money p ) LINE (
and headed
I still
donation voted to the De- car north.- :
was /
.bolster the conomy-on In. an address to the national leg. o overtime pay and some add' Next game Now this tent i NANFLY sEIc.'11:"
crease In depreciation allow. illative conference of the AFL. tlonal equipment the total will going to be at all bewilderinglast
ances-began to show its effects CIO building and construction reach 4.6 billion In fll'a11965., ( of my synonyms) Is at

In the first quarter. Corporations trades "If there were no shortage, the Woman's Club Friday.April AIl/liES lI/ LINEs
boosted their outlays for In the past year he said, we would have 2 billion coinson 3; 7t30. p.m.
new plant and equipment. General these records have been set 70 hand and 2 billion In the dls. ---
Motors Corp. will spend $2 million jobs; national production trlbutlon pipeline," a Treasury
billion on expansion In 1964 and over $600 billion; more than official said. "Now we have rlr.

1965. 1.6 million new home.; new tually none.Government.
Steel production during the construction over $60 billion. officials are nut

"And by all these measures," sure why demand has Increasedso SIJeduJ.4 ,
he said, "our prosperity contln. enormously In the past three : ,
Ringling ues to grow. In new construe years. Sh r '

Press tion, we should exceed $65 billion Some believe that vending -/r rttk
Jfias Party
this year. The growth rate machines are the culprits since 'j

For Martinelli of our economy should be bet. they keep change out of clrcu. .
t ter than 6 per cent-about dou. latlon for days or weeks. The 'AI
Sarasota, March -Florida's ble the rate of the last decade vending machine companies say ,Io
newspaper radio, television and Our economy was never stronger their business has not caused FU
public relations personnel attend. never better." the shortage
ed a pressparty Thursday even. However Johnson said this Is There seems to be a growing
Ing at the Rlngllng Museum to not good enough "because the belief that the coins are in the From the Service Department of Naples Newest .
DICK WESTON meet Etlo Martinelli, sculptor in prosperity of which I speak Is
hands of collectors. The numberof
Come in and
residence at the Rlngllng Mu. not being shared by all Amer. numismatists has been estimated Most Modern New Car Dealership see

Dick Weston At was replaced by the 80th Infantry scum of Art, and Florence Gill. leans." at 8 million to 12 million. Our Service Manager
In 1951 It was taken more, newly appointed Director Cal Wenrich,
Advanced SchoolOf over by the Quartermaster's of Publicity. I

School. They also viewed Americans Now 2 lootlont To Serve You

Electronics "I can look right out my 1963 the special exhibit of mo. I a o Oil ChangeWhen
Pvt. Richard "uick"C.Wes window and see skiers coming dern painting and sculpture cur. NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER 994 I

ton of Naples, who has been down the mountain," he wrote. talked rently showing with guests at the Gabriel Museum!Kohn and IN THE MOORINGS performed wljh engine tune-up.

serving with the Signal Corpsat "The first three days I was whose sculpture Is Included In LODGES Includes generator or alternator and
MI MS27 .
Karlsruhe Germany Is now up here it snowed like mad, the exhibit and Suncoast artist regulator check.
advanced school in
taking so now If we go any place we Syd Solomon. I
electronics at the Prinz Hein- have to trudge through a foot Martinelli Is creating a majornew If
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rich Military Installation at the of snowM..Whlle I am here I work of art during his

foot of the Bavarian Alps according want to go to Munich and Innsbruck month's residency at the o Tire RotationWhen

to a letter received where they hold the winter Museum made possible by a 994

from him last week by his parents Olympics and to Salsburg, Ford Foundation grant to theAmerican KWIK CHER SHOPPING CENTER Ml MII7 performed with wheel balance. I
Federation of Arts
Mr and Mrs. Max A. Austria"

Weston, 1438 Mrex Dr. He .

was a graduate of Naples High

Snool wun the class of 1959 1 o Lubrication! QQti

and enlisted In the army In Feb
filter change
ruary, 1962. When performed with oil and jf f

The Installation was namedIn

rich honor of Bavaria of Crown who Prince was Hein-kllld T FULL SET Wheel
RePack Front Bearings'
during World War 1 while o t9 9 q
commanding the Royal When performed with front-end '
It was
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check tires and
Includes safety
built In 1936 and Bavarian SPECIALALL
mounted Infantry units from U exhaust system.

served in Poland during World

War 0, as well as In France
and on the Russian front. The 1 inn r e.dyrua

Berlin War Academy was the 151 $ ,ntAinsc Front Wheel Bearings Repacked Freel

last German Army unit to mat 4 3875' F

the Installation, Weston writes. OdYear's When Performed With Brake Relining WorkWOOD

In May 1945, units of the ewt.OS Rubber

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Emotional Problems Cause

I Statistics Do Not Tell

StorY, Of Drooouts Bailev Half Of College DropoutsBy

TALLAHASSEE (AP"WhenI'm lly. For example, in 1940 the na. )' ALTON BLAKESLEE before graduation day, more has treated 43 college dropouts,
old enough-goodby I" tlonal median number of school Associated Press Science Writer than half have quit. both men and women, duringthe
That's the title of an education years completed was 8.41 b_ NEW YORK (AP-Joe swept Some lack money, some lack last two years.
c film on school dropouts. K well 1950 it was 9.3 years and by 1960 through high school with good talent. But, by some estimates, One third have successfully
1 could be the theme song of It was 10.6 years. trades and his senior class at least half drop out becauseof resumed college fulltlme, and
thousands of Florida youngsters Florida showed even greater 4 voted him the boy most likely' emotional problems.Now nearly as many are back In
1 Florida ranks 36th In the na. Improvement from a median of to succeed a special college dropout classes parttlme, says Dr.
I lion In the latest report;: on high 8.3 years in 1940 to 9.6 years In That fall he marched off clinic has turned up clues to Edgar A. Levenson, director of
t school dropouts Issued by the 1950 and to 10.9 years In 1960. to college happily enough But some of these reasons, as a the dropout clinic.
I National Education Association. How are other states trying to six weeks later he fled home, first step toward preventing Among reasons for dropping
Of all Florida's ninth graders solve the problem? one more youngster In a huge personal tragedies and waste of out which may also apply to
I who were In school In 1939-60, In Georgia, educators have and worrisome army of college trained brainpower to run the high school dropouts clinic
1 63.7: per cent were graduated In long been aware of the serious dropouts. nation's affairs. investigators found
| 1963. dropout problem and have at. Each sear, one million Amer The clinic at the William Some students had always
I Georgia has the highest per. tacked it for some time. Iran youths begin college. But Alanson White Institute here dropped out of anything when
t centage of high school dropouts "OUr greatest hope for 1m. the going got rough.
i of any state. It ranks 50th In the provement In dropouts lies in t ar A few apparently were In.
t NEA report. One step above joint cooperative effort of com. Segregation Grudgingly evitably headed for psychotic
Georgia's 56.8 per cent rradua.t munlty and school," says Dr. episodes, wherever they were.
t tlon is New Mexico with S7.4. Rual Stephens, deputy superln. While some students who
i| Kentucky was 48th with S8.2. tendent of education. make poor grades enlist enough
California reported the highest "There is a promising aware. Giving Way In Birmingham sympathy to get by, others man.
( number of high school graduates ness of the problem, the causes age to antagonize the school
from Its 195940 class of ninth have been identified and con. enough so they are dropped.One .
graders 47.5 per cent. Mlnne. certed efforts are being made." i BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Commerce, commented: "Our quite startling finding, Dr.
I iota was second with 85.5 per When D.. R. Claude Purcell, Racial segregation way of racial problems are behind us Levenson said, Is that 25 per
cent. Nebraska was third with Georgia superintendent of edu. life In Birmingham for nearly and Birmingham's image, at cent of the fathers of dropoutshad
I 84.5 per cent. cation, set out to find why drop. 90 years-Is grudgingly giving least Industrially, Is vastly" 1m. themselves dropped out of
I Do the figures tell the whole outs occur, he said "We should way.A. proved over last year. college. The depression years
have year ago, Birmingham was Mayor Albert Boutwell said, to but others .
I story? gone upstream to find out had forced some quit,
properly called the most "I have never been so and
I No, they don't, says Thomas who has been throwing themIn. F segre. stopped for a variety of oth.
." gated big city in America. confident that Birmingham is
I D. Bailey, Florida superintend About the well Its local er reasons.
only place Negroes on way solving
t ent of public schools. Studies show that the main Seventeen per cent of fathers
had public equality with whites problems at the local level and
I "There Is too much of a ten. reason for drop outs Is the fall had run Into career setbacks,
ure of pupils to read well. This x was on city buses. making way for greater eco and 10 cent were disappoint.
dency to look at the problem asa t3 per
I nomic in the 1m.
Today, golf courses, parks progress
I matter of statistics, Bailey In turn, leads to a sense of In. ? ed in their own careers. In abouta
and mediate future.
a other facilities
said In a recent speech. adequacy and failure. clty-owned quarter of the homes, the father .
three schools and downtown There are still rumblings of
"As critical as the problemmay Pupils themselves give other .. lunch was gone, through death,
counters discontent from leaders.
are Integrated. Negro
be It Is not reasons for dropping out of high ---- separation or divorce.In .
a symptom,
of the cable from left Jennie Donnie Dr Palmer, A biracial committee, set by The Rev.Edward Gardner,first
an Illness In Itself. When young school. Here are several! NEW OWNER TV systemin up many cases, mothers saw
the vice
city is of the Alabama
''1 was bored." Palmer Vickl and Mrs. Palmer. government, working president their children merely as exten.
sters finally take the step to Naples, Dr David D. Is at Christian Movement for Human
drop out It Is the last and "I wanted to buy a car." resolving racial Issues. sions of themselves, rather than
step, shown strolling at the Naples Beach (McGrath photo) Rights, said he is not complete.
''I wanted to married." Individuals and when
not the first. Ret Underscoring the change was separate ,
ly satisfied with the si.
"Long before they become "I had to go to work." Club Hotel with his family. They are an Easter service Municipal tuatlon but__ _ha__ doesn't___present__. think_. the child failed l !they walled,
dropouts, they have become Trade schools In Georgia have Stadium where 35,000: white and "we'll have- anything this .m. "What have I done?"
'left outs'." fewer dropouts than regular high the potential dropout, Bailey "What makes a better Stu. Negro worshippers sat togetherto like we did in 1963." year Other mothers were reluctant
What's lacking In the present schools and millions of dollars 4 From NaplesTo dent Council?" hear evangelist Billy Gra He criticized the rela. really to let their children go.
school program have been approved for state. says.Alabama reports Its dropout Jim Willis, Student Council ham. The crowd was thelargest tlons subcommittee of group the blra. The dropout "may then be seen
"Our schools are falling to wide vocational industrial arts situation Is improving Austin R. Attend State president. elect; Tom Bernard, Integrated audience everassembled clal "Nothing has been as a symbolic act of rebellionand
curriculum and trades schools vice elect in Alabama. Not separation from the family
provide a adequateand Meadows, superintendent of ed. president ; and Jill one done," he said. "It seems as If ,
acceptable to the needs of "The youngsters In tradeIn ucatlon, says Alabama has had Workinger, secretary.elect, will incident marred the service. they can't seem to get a and, at the same time, a regres.
children of diverse and varying verb, but when they work an Increase of more than 8.00C Student MeetingFour also attend the four -day conven. The change didn't come quorum. But at least the linesof slon and return to an earlier,
abilities," Bailey said. with wood or metals and know pupils In high schools per year tlon. easily. About 3,000 persons went communication are to less stressful relationship with
t "They become 'push outs' be. their livelihood Is ln\olvedthey. during the past few years.A Naples Senior High School to jail during racial demonstrations .. it" TT 0" rr open the mother" .
cause we push tram "out of 11 stay with it,' says Mrs. Ber. spokesman for the Tennes. students will attend the State HUMBLE START last spring. Seven Negroes"
school with a traditional aca. nice McCullar, director of pub. see Department of Education Student Council Convention to be NEW YORK (AP) Columbia were killed In bombings and ra. G' TRtHL'sRIPPED/ up..
demic pace we expect all chll. lie Information at the Georgia says "The high dropout rate for held at Chamerlaln High SchoolIn University's School of Engineering clal strife accompanying the I \W ?ot."
dren to maintain. And regret Education Department. any state means that that stateIs Tampa, April Robert and Applied Science, which bombings. Nearly 100 policemenand .
tably, there Is another category Florida's official position dif. going to have a correspond. Mortland, faculty sponsor of the will celebrate Us 100th anniversary firemen were injured try. 0.3DON'T I s
for students who do not com. fers. Bailey says the answer to Ingly high bill to pay later In Student Council will accompanythe Nov. 15, 1964, started life Ing to maintain order. jET E C TED } yTHAT'S
plete school. the dropout problem lies some. welfare and correctional prob. students. in the cellar rooms of a former -
"Once they enter the adult where besides the trade schools."A lems. Barbara Easterly, the 1963. deaf and dumb asylum onColumbia's Now city fathers are optl i imlstic. I ...., NOTHIN NEW J'
world they become 'wlthouts'," sound academic educationmay Virginia reports ImprovementsIn 64 president of the Student Coun old 49th Street Glenn E. Taylor, \..
Bailey said. "Without skill, mon. well prove more universal.ly the 1962.63 school year, compared ell, will appear on the program campus. It spent its second rector of.the committee of di.1 L FLYN/IPLESA/R1//E;
ey, Jobs or hope." valuable In a world of chang. to 1961.62. The Virginia a leader of a discussion croup academic year in a former broom Industry seeking arm of
B Isn't known exactly how log technology than some typeof Education Department ran a which will review the topic, factory Birmingham area Chamber
many Florida youngsters are narrow vocational training," survey and reported that in 46 '.
dropping out of school now. says Bailey per cent of the cases, parents
A rough estimate! of a total Bailey suggests having coun. were indifferent whether chil.
196243 enrollment of 1,188,975 ties prepare studies to defhethe dren finished high school.

pupils, 206,150 withdrew during problem In their areas. Potential In Texas, the department of .
the year, 123,695 transferred to dropouts should be spotted ear. education has under study a re.
other schools In the state! 82,455 ly It can be done as early as quest of Gov John Connally for
were unaccounted for. Its estl. the sixth grade, he says. pilot programs to help( local dls.
mated that about 63,000 left the School programs should be dl. trlcts find solutions to school
,state and 18,700 dropped out of versified to meet the needs of problems Chevrolet .
1 :school but stayed In Florida. diverse students. Programs for The Texas governor has said: ,
official of slow readers and those retardedIn
c The estimate drop. 'This has become one of our
outs Is 12,000 to 15,000 a year. mathematics should be most severe educational and eco
However, the proportion of pu., stressed. nomic problems." -
oils remaining In school to grad. Groups of students should team P'a11 '64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe ((119,In. wheelbase)
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Especially your ideas of what you want a Chevy to be. left over), but with its own special looks and room.

So now you have the Jet-smooth Chevrolet-17 feet of pure Then, too, there's the sporty 15-foot Corvair, so right for so

I luxury, bumper to bumper. The size alone might make it a luxury many people (you girls, in particular) that we've never touchedcar

even if nothing else did. And everything else does, but the price an inch of it-except for things like bigger rear engines for '64.

Or you can choose the thrifty Chevy II, a 15%*foot family And finally, Corvette-still 143-i feet and still too much for any

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Rid9e kinds of engines ((4, 6 or extra-cost V8)) to choose from, The long and short of it is, you don't have to go tobesides

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100 Years Ago Tuesday, Match 31, 19o4! COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9
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I ,:[G" ;.'t"--.i" ;';':m.t: \ Huge Profits Made i:'n t.the.. W" .: : I

.! Blockade
By Runners
r lase r, wall S l "II".".. f THIIT DRIVIN'
llL1Y..Jyi 1 w w 'n /w w- R f S
ckswtl CHfCKfI 'I'I g1aK41S, ACCtG 17015 J>I.1 'r'. CP.': .ullfi\.t.,:, :!.:._ ..71.. '\ 'pnuaL'f .

.. BY LON K. SAVAGE renchmen joined In blockade CROSS THE

The view was lovely at St. running, their go\crnments re. :' .i.r..rrH

m72k I George Harbor on Bermuda 100 cognized the legallh ot. the bIO\'k. .,,) RATHER TRIJIl.8

L z # MIdwa' 2-2/07 years ago this week. ade. England In lad, was in NIGHT IN r

There, a motley fleet of tea. the position of oDservlng! the :

mers and sailing ships, filing blockade legall\ While \\'lnklngat .

an assortment of flags, rocked the blockade nmners ho help. -

gently on the beautiful blue-green ed keep England
t water .. participants In one of producing

the most profitable businesses
Announcement 23-Mi.c. For Sale 48-ApU. For Rent 57-Houses For Sale connected with the civil War. -

blockade running.
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON XEROX County Topo HOUSE FOR SALE An Indication of the profit that
Modern furnlahed, efficiencies Owner North. 4 bedroom .
1(26 E. Tamlaml' Copying Inatantly
Midway 2(672 Trail CAPLES BLUEPRINTING and 1 bedroom apts. ISO a 2 bath custom. built CBS could be gained In the blockade
'II 61h five. So MI I2IM month, Kelly Rd 3/17.tf horn. near Schools and ahop running business was publishedIn

BONITA SPRINGS SPA 3/1ltf and ping garage canter: Kitchen Large, Fla has. built room' Charleston S. C., that weekIn
Beautiful, custom wood kitchen 2 Bedroom furnished, Eff cieney In range end 30" oven Coder the prospectus of one of the
announces cebmett Never used low Apt No pets or Ml end birch' '
Immediate delivery prle Ml 2.33(7 or Ml, 2.5909. "drajiu,tfI home Central penel'.ng throughout British companies engaged In
rn51 oil heat Beauty
Charm and Reducing: Classes J 3/1011! I bdrm turniahea apt*. Near ful lawn and underground the trade. The compan)',the pros. \\t'NS'

forming now. (Adult or 13 en rt, AMC RsIrig., atorT each and shopping Weekly. Air todlnkl.cond",ng,tioned system. Must and ba pump.aeen pectus said, planned to begin cw\\ \

Teens classes) Call WYman Condlt Big treeier'on. Only at' top 165 00 Excellent If sold' monthly 2304t or year around 3/11 Midway tf to paced be epprecieted 1233 Royal' Palm Reeaonably Drive sending its fleet of five spe. \\\\

2-2301, Bonita Springs, Fla, quckly' MI 24104 after' ( pm. 'KMcMnette Api. Call MI 2.4114. Ph. MI 2.4ISO dally built steamers Into the

FURNISHINGS: FROM M DlT 3/3 OWNER Confederacy Immediately, bring.
PORTUNITY TO BUY LIVING SABAL SNORES APTS. 4 bdrm 2 bath, custom built Ing In supplies and hauling out
Boats-Motors Acces. ROOM S BEDROOM FURNISHINGS EH.aaa.s, available. Kelly Rd. CBS 1233 Royal 1 Palm Drive cotton. Totaling figures on Its LoU 3
BELOW WHOLE and Areca Ave MI 2 4455 MI 24ISO 3/31.4t rtitom;
SALE USED ONLY FOR 3/24 tfFurmthed OWNER TRANSJo'ERREDSEE ledger the company estimatedthat WAN J 1 ItPliY
SPECIAL DISPLAY 1 PIECES 1 ARE FROM each steamer could make

19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" TOMLINSON CENTURY, THOMASVILLEAND I bdm.t.. Adults THIS ONE two successful runs before It R LOFty /
AVAILABLE MI 2-2655 .313.. I bdrm. 3 bath. was /'
AFTER MONDAY. CALL MI :ly. 0' complete captured or destroyed and
runabout twin
40 HP 2 4825 kitchen breakfast bar, screened .
3/29,31 would
be enough to turn
/ .
Johnson r.'l/o. House ( mo. old. Owner
motors with only Apr 2. Asking 1".000. a profit of more than 100,000
15 bra since new. 2 18 2o-Personal E'fclenciet' Day' Week or '' Rf. IIrooklld.
Month, (IRIS MOTEL). Ml i/fto/V' pounds. rnV
gal. gas tanks all\ controls 22302 or MI 2(191Furn .
etc 4 wheel "Rocket" trail WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE ,the< I bedroom apartment 4 3 BR homes on llth Av*. COME BY MOONLIGHTSuch
ADDRESS OF CHARLES A. huge livma; ,room k tchen So between (th 4 tth St*. was the flourishing state
er complete package SMITH AND .FAMILY FORM. 4 ..1". MI 7..3HI 2//5lf ,price from 114.(00 to $17.loo. of the
$1,895. See at 1650 Murex ERLY OF PALMETTO COURT, WILLIAM B. STONE:. INC. running businessas
NAPLES. CALL MI 2(219 AFTER Builder the Civil War entered its
Drive, or call Bill Tucker, ( PM M Tenth II No Mil 1731 fourth From lion S
cool CIS, city water year. Nassau, Ha* .
Midway 2-4295 Excellent V cable, paved parking.: Week': : vana, the British Honduras, (

Buyl MINK STOLE and, weekly. monthly, DUPREE 58-Lots For Sal.For Mexico and Brazil, as well as J Covte\\ r
Emba Autumn Haie. Full (kin*. APTS.. 2991 Francis Ava I. from
Worn four time. .250 IS 12th I E Naples (off Shtdowlawn Sale, Bermuda the ships sailed SS\f\EO
YACHT BROKERAGE Ave South. 3/25.51 32,19DON'T Shadowlawn- School Wooded city Lot wiles near by moonlight to the Confederate ( \

Complete Naples Llatlng BUY OR ""NTUNT'L available, Term. Call I coast bearing gunpowder, arma. *
Fine Inboard Boats from 20' 1I'o *
YOU SEE Mftwey 21112 tee ments S
yourNEAR food
Bob Martin MI 23757 Transportation YANKEE LANDING br0bat. clothing, drugs and
Brunk.Smith Chrle.Craft Sale even liquor for Southerners then .
Excit,. unusual.. fferentl A BEACH, ZONED ,
SPORTS FISHERMAN. DRIVE A waterfront Coop on Chetaptafca NEIGHBORHOOD SHOPPING departed with thousands of balesof
21 Ft Ulrlckton, flying bridge Ava.in Oytter Bay, th On 14th Ave So. .
Owner MI cotton for the
: nL.w rest of the
221 Gray Marina. tlaep three
option to buy Ml 2 3559 or MI 22030 N. P Sloan
complata with tithing .chain New Hertz Car 2.mi or Ml .317.. 3/27 tf Realtor 6(0 9th St So. Naple world.
and many other extra* Top I1l4.5t
condition. S4I50.00. Will trade ALL GAS f rm. furnished efficiency apt Although President Lincoln had
for raal aatata. Call Burton 1(0 per month plus utllltle proclaimed a blockade of the
MI 212S o.MI 75' x 100' Hometlt I block
Bret 2 23937 1401 Creech Rd.
3/27,tfFltaerglet ANY OF. to btach Ilk St No. 14.UO. Southern coast In the first week
THE FOLLOWING' CITIES Lass 3 bedroom I bath Coop Tom McBride. Realtor. 132 of the war, the blockade had
boat trallar 2 35 front apt for 1911$ itttonbe Park SI So Ml' ,...... 2/lltf
hp. motor 1401 Craach Rd. Akron Ohio1I.ltlmo Suit tee first i week April. failed to stop the trade.

3/31..tttfHurrlcana ,.. Md '.:.4L5 I727OQ / PORT ROYAL Lot22, Oal Estimates were that at least

heavy duty tilt tr.ll' Bangor M.. I lion Drive' For Sale or Trade: three-fourths of the runs through
.,. Like naw tt prlca 1139 Boston Me**' kit end. efficiency end I Write Q J. Herbert 2(20 PMt the
Call Doc Made at 2 2491 Boston, Sub Mat*. ..r.... apt*. Near beach and Road Darren' Conn blockade were successful
3/31tf Charleston. W. Va.Chlc..o p r 'MTTa: end ".p.I during that spring, and earlierIn CHECK
III Ins/ti ,,'
Cincinnati Ohl.CIv'l.nd. Cypress' Drive 7i resident, the war the percentage had
Ohio /lot 11400 C. C. Potvtck 312 been higher
Business Opps. Dayton OhioDetroit. bdrm apt, guest 190".'. Near 7th Ave So. 3/>7.tf THESE
M'ch.Ev.n.ton. beech and ahopping Annette C
Iil.E".n.vIII" Wmn, Realtor21 Ith St So: PROFITSThe
JMI I '511._ To aettle Ettate. Lot II.
A GOLDEN Ind. __ __1JFurnlthed Block [
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Flint M,ch ---' K : .Ion, profits were fantastic. Cot. LOW
WANTED: A couple or couplet Grand Rapid. Mich. ept for rent $11. per ARI hNR'd.fhL 37(0 ton could be bought at three and NEW
for Owner.Manaf amant of the Hartford COnn. week Inqu".t 104} Creech No. Trell MI 2.(.IX. '/llt four cents a pound In the South
Beautiful Bonita Spring Spa Indianapolis, Ind. Rd. )/29.tf
Hotal Excellent lama to tha Lexington Ky. 59-Acreage and sold at 50 cents a poundIn

right' partlaa Contact paraon Loulavllla. Ky. England and one ship In one I l
49 Houses For Rent
ally Dr Chaa Qnau Wymen Milwaukee. Wia RATES
2.2301 or writ P. 0. Box 126 Minneapolis, Minn JH Acre Camp. Site |2II CASH! run could haul out nearly 1,000
Bonita Spring' Florida Molina, III 2 bdrm houte"furnlthed; also IH acrn 1 mile from Golden bales. The Richmond Enquirerof

3/2Ut New Haven Conn. 1 bdrm house furnished Call Gate, I mile north :SHIP= April 2 1864 reported one I Effective'
Ft Lauderdele road April
DUPLEX New York City N. YPhiladelphia. Ml I 23191 after I: II p.m. T 1964
: Lakefront ( ,
duplaxbaamad in
Absolutely the flnett blockade
calling, 2 bedroom. Pa 3/31.tf Invoetment runner, several trips o .
speculation 'In Collier' UOCAl
on. aida rented for |JI so Mort. Pittsburgh Portland, ,Me Pa LUFF, R E.COV"III''liaQ'It".i Brok had carried out 12,000 bales- RATES I. .
gaga $60 Your for 2 block from. court noute.. t
payments or St, : worth
No. pounds
600,000 sterling
III.MO. Call .Burton BrM MI Richmond Va. bedroom furnlahed houte Air Midway I I.
j-ttt.er--MI' t 3937 <' tl 2P.tf, r"", Roanoka.. Louie Vat MoSyracuae. .. cend> oteo heat. oily water. ...! 2270. .' ,. B retunuof. about j .minion gold\ .. 2 ''n "'.'.n. .
|7I per month plua utllltle dollars. 'per. fine T. '
N Y, .
Adults, Ml t4002It / .
no 25r
12-Help Wanted Toledo' Ohio 61-Income PropertyA The result was that blockade 3 Of 4 C ......,; '
Trenton N. J. bath three bedroom house. I ; .... :
Washington D. C. unfurnished' with the exception runners materialized from allover I. per "Iln.

Grill Cook. Day or svaning .hlft. Worcester ...... of carpets. curtain. clove and BUSINESS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY the world. Spaniards, Cana. : s Con..cllllvo 18fS

W.it,". for evenings ax.psrlsncsd NOW can drive to any refrigerator.' NsAln"l lee,**' WANTED: A couple or couple dlans, Mexicans, Greeks and for. ''n ,., ,,... :
you per tins'
Q.rbllt Beach only Sundrlai Apply .at Van ot the strove northern cilia (M tth Avo So. Tel MI 2 1141 for Bteutilul Owner" Bonita Management Spring 0' Spa the mer British navy officers, pur. 20 Conlecull" Te 161

3/Z'.tfCoupl. In a tpanking new epee r Hotel Excellent term to theright suing adventure and wealth .........
kung clean. low mlleegeHerti House and for rent ", per Ilne"
for motel end tl.hing Chevrolet or other Month. year, 4ll"lth: Ave So: Dr partlea. Chas. Gnau Contact person. joined In the trade while the Con. 121 .

,.ort. Domestic duties IIv. fine Carl ell Herts pay for ,.,rOI or write P. O-. Box Wyman 121 federate government declined to . .e..e.

In. Apply In parson .t Inook gasCALL 1 bdrm furnished houte $5J Bonne' Spring, Florid' take an active part. Althoughthe ,1
Hol. Motel Marc HERTZ NOWTO per "'0. 2717 Davis Blvd MI 3/22,5t
Federal blockade took
3/2l.5t 2300 J/n.tf a re I

RESERVE your tine 2 bdrma furnished home Air SEAFOOD IDEAL BUSINESS FOR fular toll of the runners, one or

13-Help Want Female far HERTZ lasts Car while this of conditioner. Location: MichAvo. For Sale Bldg two trips usually paid for a ship
.. N, Neplea Call Ml 24491 1O'I.; ,
1 yr. old I '
or call at 1141 Frank Whitman 120 with profit and after that nearly
a ailcksn halo. Over Call MI 2.3850 Blvd on Henderton Creek 14 x 14'w.lk
t.u'wanted for d.yt. Mud; bd In Naples /27.ZI.II in cooler, M' 1.457. 0' everything was gravy.

Study and reliable Apply In 1/29,tf38Autos MI 2.3111, 1/27. Ironically, while Britisher and 1

perion. Carousel Drive In. North 50-Rootii For Rent illness' Comoe.s. mc to Sell my
Trait 3/11.tf 6 .pt. lIulle"n with 'u,..'."'"...
Housekeeper llva ,n. Pleatantburroundlng For Sale "Atf any lI.y.t 'U7thAv.i : Cuban Exile

., parmanant MI teem ar privet bath twill t
23734 3/27.21,31 0.1 K. ueseo CARS bade 1 k ka. from beech and HUNQRVr
Secretary wanted for ahorthand 1M3 Chevy 2 Cpa. Low town 14} Mi Av*. So. 3r BJf R.ltturtnt tor ..1.. 117000 Vote Seen As \ 9
typing and bookkaaplng' Par Mile. Clean I19S.00 town Tom McBride.
: Realtor
manant poaltlon G M. Luff: 19(0 Chevrolet St Wag 51-Wanted *" 132 Perk St So Ml
To Rent
Rag R. E. Brokar, 421 'th StNo Powargllda 4 P. 1110"t.l.nd.r
Ml I 22270 3/24.tf Steer 1295.00IM1 Another Split

Young. efficient taeretary fo; Comet St. Wag Vary WANTED May first. I bad batch. and Apartmenta Mopping Owner Clot III to
111! 00
Clean Auto
room furnished houte apartment
know hovthand
office Mutt
good term Marlowe BackNaoHort.
and I'r
and op.r.t..I clrla type. 1959 Pontiac St Wag or duplex renl.r.i withAC 417 Ith Ava So MI MIAMI (AP) A worldwide
wrltar S.nd ratuma to Box All Power A hatt yearly Quiet t U21 2.1221 Cuban exile referendum on an
1737 YY Colllar County Nawa 1959 Pontlae Cony. eoupla no pertie. no pet. _
3/22.tf New Top, Clean 1I9S.00 Writ P 0. Box 972 Ntple antlCastro coordinating junta
19(0 Ford St Wag. 2/22,99 64-Waterffont was criticized today by Cuban
t.p. fooclenecker or high f Dr VI 109900 Property
school grad. willing to tram 19(1 .Falcon 2 Dr ex-President Carlos Prlo Socar.
Woman for tervlng' I Una.' axp Sit Stick S99.00 54-Trade or Sell YANKEES LANDING: Coop ras SB merely creating "one rag 1
not ,in 1951 Ford Conv the
Apply person Compare ekciting
at l.mOI.hr., Cafeteria. VI. Sharp 49900 new t'c in waterfront Co Ion more In this super-divided

3/24 tfhac.puonl.t 1957 Ford Conv VI Naples Bawling Stock for acre opa on Ches.peak. Av. In Oy*' exlledom.'
Stick Shift 399.00 ter Bey' See It today or cell' '
and aacratary Apply ale Lett Mortgage*, etc" O Plans went forward meanwhile /4
TRUCKS Burton Brot
In at MadicalCenter USED H LUFF: R. E. Broker71 Ml 22121 after
person Naplaa. 19(1 Chevrolet LWBHT hou,.. Ml 23937. /21.tf to send out ballots to nearly 75 .
or call, Ml 2 2191. 9th St No Midway '.227! ,
:574.5tetnas 1959 Chevrolet Fleetalde SWBHT Pkup. 1199 tol': fully furnished 3 bdrm, 000 exiles registered by mall for k' l'

"" to do light heuteworkand Fleetild, Pkup 199.00 Lovely Pine, Ridge, 3 bedroom home. seawall, air, con the referendum YI ;
cook I meal. 3 hour dally. See Hi For YourTrantportatlon Home. will, axchanf for downtown d tioned Beautifully lendtcaped A
K 3 hour 3 day a .week. Ph. Need Home 121.MO. Contact 3. 129,000 Excellent finencmg nominating assembly nameda
MI .'.4104 aftar I p.m. tf GMAC Financing H. LUFF. R. E. Broker. 421 Cell Capt. Burton., ImperialProperte j slate of five, Including: Erneldo
MI '121 after
INC. 9th St. No. Midway 22270 4A "
130 INGRAM 9th t.N.. Ml 21109Neplea. houra MI t 3937 "/27.tf Oliva, second In military corn. xy S

14-Help Wanted Male Fla 55-Storei Office mand of the 1061 Bay of Pigs y
3/2(772131 65-Gen. Real Estate InvasIon, to be placed on the v

ASST SALES MANAGER ballots Exiles will approve the
Above average earnings with WOOD CHRYSLER Office, Space 12 i 19 tt, ForRent Owner leavin' town/ Must selll
entire slate
Ideal working condition awaila PLYMOUTH INC. at ear CoastColony Price reduced I Bedroom, 2 or reject It as their
good .d".nl.tr.lor.$ Mutt ba 13 Rambler Amb VI I JI.: 1.5 I'o Av*. 9o Tile Bathe12,500. '.r"'.. representative body.
to data and work effee Wagon, Air 29(500 If Seegatel, Waterfront Lola Ernesto of
Freyre one the
with taletmon" : in growing (2 Chrysler' New Yorker Discount for limited time. PRI. ,
Red Estate Companyapaclalifing extra clean 3095 00 FOR RENT COMMERCIAL VATE eeadh.Aqualdne five nominated, said the group
in quality home (2 VW 2 dr. sedan 149500 BLDQ With or without apt in Shore home Fully will lead a campaign: for funds
Submit to box 1731 AA
resume (2 Karmann GhlaII rear Raonable 33151.
Celliar'' County Newt 3/11.11 .000 milt 194500 JIll 1emnm/ 121500.furnished 4 ready for living to be made available to revolu.

HELP WANTED (2 Renault Gordml VI 104500 Trail Store For Rent 3 BR home with 'lovely GuestHouse tlonary groups to fight Castro.
Bel Air
Loading quality' and expanding (2 Chev Aut. 119500 Commercial or Professionalfar near Beech. 5500 Ht said the family of Jose

horn builders erftnutt.on || RH Pontiac 4 dr fact. un p.r ..... See G. H. 2 Block of Beech BeautifulHome ; Bosch, exiled multimillionaire
needt s mature productiveaeleomen air loaded 169500 Luff R. E. Broker 421 9thSt *,ta. only. |7.MO term y
with a view taward 495 00 .. No. Midway 2.227057Houtes rum manufacturer who sponsor
II Lot |79I term fatal
the future Excellent working
condition Contact Fred PaulyMichigan (1 Le Sabre. Shore ed the referendum movement,
.....***. Mooring Line clean' I owner VI. 179900 For Sale doe office of will be among those contributing
Drive The Mewing of Maple (0 Dodge Wagon 1099 00 DAVIDflJONESMh unds.
tut PS radio
1/11.11 (9 Crown 'Imperial' 4 dr. Exceptionally wall built 2 bedroom 3(1 Av..I *aTOHMI 4451 Prlo Socarras said In a state
Tire chenger. alto front end Hdtp. clean 129510 2 beth home In Royel
man Apply In peraon at Mutch (9 Cadillac (2 aerie, Air 1795.M Harbor Large livingdiningarae OWNER TRANSFERRED ment that what will happen Is
Icon Tire and Battery 3/27.29 (7 Studebaker Wagon new Q.E:. "kitchen screened 3.bedroomt 2..beth. Corner lot that "things will continue to be G u
valve Job 295.(0U porch overlooking teawalled Near achool Fin family' a I o
Ford I cvl 49*.00 waterway. two car garage horns. the same except that a new ,1tf1 1 aBt *
TS-Sales Help Wanted Central, heat and air cond OWNER WANTS TO SELL this croup, more or less powerful, *

2140 N. Trait Ml 11591 Matter beth has convenient' CUSTOM BUILT 2 bedroom. will enlarge the ranks of the
MALE OR FEMALEMUST vanity-dreadng room. Wall to lit-..th home on 100" a I3(' .IS
wall carpeting and cuttom made lot North Napla location antl-Castro movement."
BE LICENSED drape included, plus other ex
tree Beautifully landtcaped EXTRA INCOME may be yours The ex-presldent joined! others
REAL ESTATEBE 41-Trucks Tractors Can be Inspected 1:20: to 4:30pm from thi* 2 bedroom. I beth In criticising lack of wrtte4n
only or CalMI 24021 for home plus GUEST COTTAGE In
YOUR OWN BOSS 1500 Iota La.... excellent' location Both completely provisions In the referendum
Do you know you can get aCMC :rr..if furn'the -THI PRICE
I9'4 Hton pickup truck IS RIOMTI FOR
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION for only (1799. See O H. LUFF. hales cent,tit el I.. ka.emfIH CALL THE
LUFF CMC INC. 421 9th StNo bath Living ream. O......| Contact RUBBER STAMPS
temporary location ,...... kitchen plenty. of cabinet Virg Marcum. Bo*> laager
CALL MI 2-2369 u1Nau ) Family room tear cendrFieri Laser eq let A.... .... a Tate.
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, March 31, 1964

Freeze Hits Nikita Losing Patience, I

I 7,011 RegisteredIn Dixie; LossIn ;; Lf:& Ik ait r___ May Agree To World MeetBy

WILLIAM L. RYAN the revolutionary movement in

This MillionsATLANTA AP Special CorrespondentAn Africa, similar to a parallel ef.
County air of Impatience hangs fort to Impress upon Asia that
over Soviet Premier Khru. the Soviet Union is not an Asian
Ca. (AP) Sub. i snchev's visit to Hungary this nation. The Chinese aim in
; A report made at this morning's special session of freezing temperatures ripped week for talks with Communist Africa Is to provoke Immediate

a the County Commission indicates there were 7,011 Collier the Deep South again today and r leaders. attacks on all aspects of West
farmers contemplated addition. Communist parties around the ern influence and to produce
of March 24.
Countlans registered as voters as al losses after earlier
crop world are choosing up sides in constant revolutionary ter 1ent.
1 I The 16 precincts and places of voting, along with freezing caused severe damage. m y r the Soviet-Chinese dispute, andIt LATIN AMERICA .'
The peach crop loss In South would not be surprising If The Cuban party, which Com.
In each as
of voters are
the number registered precinct,
t Carolina and Georgia was estl. Moscow decided to excommuni. munlsts consider the vanguard

I follows:. mated at $32.5! million The loss 'i"Lk cats certain elements and thus of the revolution In Latin Amer.
may be higher after Monday blow the lid off the controversyover ica, is split on the question of
t Precinct No. 1-EVERGLADES: Everglades City night's freeze. c Ideologies.The revolutionary policy, but Cuba

i Hall (Old Courthouse) 236 Peach crops in Alabama, Ten. tl' t; 'Budapest meeting may relies heavily on Soviet aid.
I nessee and north Georgia also not the fireworks but
produce Pro-Chinese wings are emerg.
CAPRI l. L. Loach Office 23
Precinct No. 2-ISLES : were damaged heavily by Sun. % S they do not appear far off. ing in Latin America. The most

: Precinct No. 3-GOODLAND: Tur Lu Shelters 96 day night's freeze and the latest : Some Red leaders are frantlcal. obvious split Is in Brazil, a nation .

Precinct No. 4-MARCO: G & G Mercantile 68 freeze could wipe out the cropIn .t ly seeking to avert a climactic chronically on the edge of
c these states altogether.The 1 tr > show. The French party Is call. trouble.
Precinct No. 5-NAPLES, SOUTH spring freeze, cold* tog for a world meeting soon EUROPE

i Naples Firehouse 1022 since 1953!I!I In most sections, Moscow, which has opposedthe Chinese money is reported to

l Precinct No 6-NAPLES, CENTRAL: promised temperatures at least Idea of a world meeting, be financing a new periodicalIn
as cold as Sunday night In the may be coming around to the France called "Revolution,"
c Methodist Church 989 Idea that It must be held. It Is and opposing Soviet
northern portions of Dixie. Ex. 4_ policy re.
Precinct No. 7-CHOKOLOSKEE: treme southern portions were l unlikely, however, that the Red gardlng the world movement.

I Sma I(wood's Store 61 warned of colder temperaturesthan ___ Chinese would favor a Moscow In Belgium, a violent wing
those of Sunday night. sponsored convention. under Jacques Grlppa, ap.
Precinct No. 8-COPELAND: Lee Cypress Office 133 This meant that crops In the That Khrushchev Is running parently in control of a party

I Precinct No. 9-OCHOPEE: southern portions which escaped 4 out of patience Is Indicated In newspaper called People's

I Mrs. Raymond Call's Front Porch 74 Sunday night faced possible an attack on him published by Voice, has Issued a broadside
I ruin. The last complete peach ih# Red Flag, Peking's theoretical against the Moscow wing
I Precinct No. 10-NAPLES, NORTH: kill In theSoutheast_ was In 1955.! journal. The attack Is signed by Scandinavian parties are dl.

I Church of Christ 802 pro-Chinese V, O. Wilcox, sec. vlded.In .
A state-by-state rundown retary-general of the New Zealand Italy, a small but vocal
I Precinct No. 11-IMMOKALEE, NORTH: ., .. .
SOUTH CAROLINA Peach party. He accused the Rus. pro Chinese wing Is causing
: Office of Justice of Peace 929
growers feared that the freeze : scans of threatening to expel trouble for Palmlro Togllattl.

Precinct No. 12-EAST NAPLES, SOUTH: would kill what Is left of the __.'-.c..<._-......'_____ parties. .disagreeing with.Khru..hchev' The Chinese infection has
state's $20.milllon cautious, long term spread swiftly, and It may be
525 crop.
American Legion Hall THEY DIDN'T GO Beach left Joan of for the world revolu. too late for
GEORGIA Middle Georgia to Daytona They are, from Upham strategy the Kremlin to apeply

Precinct No. 13-NORTH NAPLES.. peaches, which were damaged These three students from the University Lake Park, III., Kathy Ruhl, daughterof tlon. any remedy except drastic
North Naples Firehouse 558 less severely Sunday night than Wilcox says Mikhail A. Sus. surgery.
the northern third of the $12.5.! of Michigan are shown enjoying Ben Ruhl of Birmingham, Mich., and loll, Soviet party theoretician,

Precinct No. 14-EAST NAPLES, NORTH: million crop, face devastation. their Easter vacation In the Gulf Naples, and Mary Van Winkle of Har voiced the threat during a Mos. Vets Can Borrow

East Naples Baptist Church 648 ALABAMA A. W, Todd, near the Naples Beach Club Hotel. well, Mich. (McGrath photo) cow meeting with a New Zea.

Precinct No. 15-NAPLES PARK Agriculture Commissioner, pre. land delegation Up To 94 Per Cent
When their talks ended, Sus.lov
dieted that
Monday night

Precinct No. 16-IMMOKALEE Faber Hair's,Office SOUTH: 396 temperatures any hope whatever may for"eliminate produc.Local Taxpayers To Fork Up '2,915,000 "You said are, wrong.according We to had Wilcox hoped On ST PETERSBURG Life Insurance. Veterans

you might change. If you
Old Collier Company Office 451 1 lag any fruit crops In central holding permanent GI life insur.
and north Alabama." He estl. change, you will remain within
Figures are total registered voters as of 3/24/64 mated the peach loss at $3 mil. (SPECIAL TO THE NEWS) still be heavy. Washington Is about $2,915,000 an Increase of the ranks of the fraternal world ante policies may borrow up to
$191,000. parties of Marxism Leninism. 94 per cent of their permanentcash
counting on being greater
Machine Precincts indicated NEW YORK Residents
are by lion.TENNESSEE than when The administration countson But If you do not change, then, surrender value to meet
_._____ _Hnrttrnltnr.1st _u- I Collier will bone f it last year's, personaltax
gi County financial emergencies M. T. DI.
may be necessary. Dlrksen also B. S. Pickett at the Univer. reduction In returns from the local area a great expansion of the of course, you will be outsidethe ,
from the recent xon of the Florida Department of
has called for changes In other slty of Tennessee said the en. came to approximately $2,724, economy In the forthcoming excluded.
Veterans said
tax rates but not on this April around today.
Southerners This Is the picture the
sections of the measure.Before tire east Tennessee peach crop, 15th. 000, Including what was collec- months It believes that the world This action while (educing the

the Senate voted lastThursday about 100 acres, appears wiped Just at a time when the re- ted via withholding.The stimulus provided by the hugetax ASIA amount of protection, does leave
to take the bill
up out.NORTH Is show. finding Is based on the cut will carry the countryto The powerful Indonesian party the policy in force On the other
cord-breaking tax cut
Renew Rights by most Southern of the senators speechmaking who havevowed was parent total CAROLINA-An loss was reportedIn ap. ing up In their weekly paychecks report of the Internal Revenue new high ground In terms of has gone over to the Chinese hand, if the policy is surrendered
and in- for cash all under the
Service for the State of Flor- production, employment side It disagreed with Moscowon protection
sit down and
to wage an all- ut fight.Humphrey Montgomery County, heart of they must be
Insurance and cannot
ida as a whole, together with come. the pace of world revolution ceases
the state' calculate ,
who held the floor $2.7 million peach their returns on the
for three hours and 25 minutes crop. Clyde Auman of West basis of last year's rates. unofficial figures on earningsand This confidence Is IndicatedIn echoing the Chinese in pro. renewed or reinstated, Dixon
Battle TodayWASHINGTON End director income groupings locally. the budget figures for fiscal claiming the time ripe for violent said.Annual
Monday, said the goal of the bill the North Car. Their contribution to the Fed. Interest on GI policy
Is simply "to extend to Negro ollna Peach Growers Society, eral coffers, therefore, will They show that Collier County 1965. They assume that revolutionary action in loans is charged at four per cent
Asia Africa and Latin America.
(Al)-South. citizens the same rights and op. said about 10,000 acres appearto residents contributed 0.33 the Individual tax returns m on the unpaid balance. If not
ern senators battling the House. portunitles that white Americans be a total {OIS. BELT WITH BAG percent of the total collectedIn the coming year will not only but The the Japanese party Is to split lean, paid it is added to the loan prin.
majority seems
PUled civil rights bill preparedto take' for granted" VIRGINIA Farmers said BLOOMINGTON, HI. (AP) the state which was $825, restore the amount lost by the to the Chinese clpal and begins to draw Interest.

speak up again today after "This bill cannot be attackedon peaches and apples In the ma. Men may laugh at the big, heavy 694,000. cut but will produce $1 billion In India a pro-Chinese wing Repayment on the principal of
leaving the field for to its merits," he said. "In. jor producing area were not far ,
a day
purses women carry but sometimes Because Incomes' rose In In additional revenue.It Is becoming increasingly vocal. the loan may be paid in amounts
the other side. stead bogeymen and hobgoblins enough along to be badly hurt.
they come In handy, Mrs. most section of the country would mean that indivi- In North Viet Nam, Ho Chlh of $5.00 or any multiple thereof,
After 16 days of preliminary have been raised to frighten FLORIDA There were not
and at time before default
the the dual Incomes, nationally, would Minn's party Increasingly any
skirmishing, formal debate got welUmeanlng Americans." enough crops In north Floridato J.C, Harvey found out. She told during put year, presumption
from the 1963 echoes the Chinese line In payments of premiums. Those
under way Monday with Sens. Kuchel, speaking for an hour feel Sunday night's chill, but police she hit a youth 'Wltl\.her Is that the current returns have to rise "revisionism." North Korea's against Interested should see their county
and 40 minutes warnings of frost Into will be proportionately figure of $463 billion to a new
Hubert H. Humphrey. D-Mlnn. after deep
Humphrey. pocketbook when he attemptedto party frequently supports Red service officer for a loan ap.
and Thomas Kuctel expressed hope the bill south Florida threatened higher. high of $492 billion. .
3-Callf. might
H. crops grab It, and the hefty weapon China. plication, or write Dixon at P.O.
I making lengthy/ speeches In cup. even be strengthened In some there early today. In Collier County, on the Total Income InCollierCoun- Box 1437 St. Petersburg.BE .
port of the measure.Humphrey respects, declaring that 'the knocked him off his ftet. strength of Incomplete reports ty will have to Increase by 6.3 AFRICA

I and Kuchel, the u. struggle for effective civil rights showing the change In personal per cent this year if local The Chinese are engaged in a A 'FRIEND'TO

I slstant Democratic and Repub. legislation Is not a partisan Income In 1963, the local contribution taxpayers are to meet their campaign apparently aimed at
liars leaders bipartisan fight. K Is an American fight." Zoners freezing Soviet Influence out of YOUR LIBRARY
are heading a Against ,. this year should be share of this rise
drive aimed at over

coming the opposition of the GET IT IN WRITING

Dixie forces LOUISVILLE (AP) Thomas
Humphrey said the Southern. E. Staples, a chef at the city Vacating 19th9 I
ers asked to be heard today. He jail spends his off-duty hours

said this proponents arrangement were but agreeableto none collecting He now ballpoint has about pens.2,300 Including The Zoning and Planning Board up streets with less than a 60.

thelesn Intend to use up most "some that won't write recommended this morning that foot right of way LOOKING 'FOR A LOT ?

of this week presenting their but that doesn't make any dif City Council not vacate 19th Ave. In view of the ordinance, some
case for the bill. ference." nue South, a 40-foot wide platted persons asked the City whetherit
At a luncheon meeting of Re. Most of the Inscribed .street two blocks long which pro. would be worthwhile to vacate
pens are A RUTENBERG Man Will You Find ItIf
publican senators, GOP leader with the name of a firm or place. bably never will be built. the street City Council referredthe Help
Everett M. Dlrksen of Illinois One of his favorites has small This avenue currently Is used matter to the toning board,
planned to discuss amendmentshe auto floating around in the a fluid for drainage and utility purposes. and the board's recommendationthis you do not already own a lot, Rutenberg maintains a complete lot finding service and will wit' you In

Intends to propose to the in the upper section. Another Some residences have addresseson morning will be taken up by finding Just the right lot for you. No matter where you prefer to live, In the country, on the beach or
bill's fair employment practices 19th Avenue South, but they Council tomorrow.
section.He contains Staples a admits concealed the penknife.hobby may are reached by other means. A waterfront, suburban area, or in the heart of the city, Rutenberg Home Counselors will help you choose

said that before he can pull on him some day but "not city ordinance, passed in 1953! PRESENTS PETITIONMrs. exactly the right location for you. Thi.t professionally decorated model homes are open daily .for your
support this part of the bill, U the from Philip Morse presenteda
prohibits City
41ntl1let I
dozen amendments about 6,000 of them. inspection from 9 .m, to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 am. to 6 p.m
many u a petition to the board, askingthe
City to deny any request to

I. 1 4 Neapolitans On 'World Caravan1Mr. vacate explained circulated 19th that only Avenue the in the petition South.Immediatearea was She

and 154 names were obtain

and Mrs Lul Frank and "Rotary Meets Here." In two than delicacies but we learn- ed anyway. e

Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Yeager of cities the entire caravan was ed first hand from civic leaded James LuleJian Joined Mrs.

Naples are among 100 Ameri- hosted by the Rotarians at din how deep a friendship Indians Morse In urging the board keep

cans making up the "WaUy By- ner. "In both places, we not feel for the U.S.," the 19th Avenue. Residents available along as 18th a beachaccess. Ave.

am Around the World Caravan" only )learned to like many In- spokesman said
nue note that their street is hUevily.trav.led
who are making the trip house -----.....-....- because It Is the ,

trailers. only automobile access to the
Frank Is a brother of Ed beach between 17th and 32nd Ave. ;:; j: '.
Frank and Rudy Frank of Naples flues "

but has spent the greater Preservation of both blocks of J' "' -

part of the put 10 years 19th Avenue will give Aqualane "
traveling, although he and his Shores residents a pedestrian ac.
wife still consider Naples as cess from Gordon Drive as wellas
First Street, It was pointed pr
their "home. The Yeagers '- ,
out. Attorneys William D. Nixon
maintain a winter home at 684
and Thomas R. Brownrepresent.
15th Avenue, South. Ing certain residents In the area = .. ..J .

Since leaving Singapore In opposed vacating the avenue but

October the party has traveled also opposed having the City vlo.lat. .

the highways and byways of Malaysia Its ordinance against open.
tog up streets less than 60 feet
Thailand and Cambodia. wide The family'size four bedroom three bath Rlvleia offers parental luxury -'- -
Because of an uprising of tribesmen with completely! private owners' suite! with its own ceramic rib bath
In Burma along their 19th Avenue originally was 60 asn huge walk.In closet. The central core kitchen Is convenient to the ear .
feet wide, but it was narrowedto family dining the large patio for ease In entertaining _
room area or
proposed route the plan of driving I -or-
40 feet In 1933 when the orlglnal
The Riviera is priced at ;$17.MO ..and costs additional AIn shown in ..-.s..t. 1
through this area was abandoned town of Naples was re. the model area are the two bedroom, two ""'h Somerset, |1SIM and L. --

and the trailers shippedto platted. the three bedroom two bath Carmel SlUM built "on" your lot anywhere .... B.Ir f7Qr'" '
India by boat while part of Brown asked that the City main. In this area. Models are located at mOfndarin ROM]. Naples. J. I
the group went to Rangoon and tain the right-of-way as a public: If von are looking for a lot. a Hutenberg Home Counselor will assist rlrt.;
Mandalay by plane while others park, and Mrs. Morse asked that >ou In finding )Just the right location: '" :
?e .l 1.J
flew to Ceylon. te the avenue be marked clearly ..,'
at both First Street and Gordon I -.
"If *e had thought the Malayans ,4 Drive so the public can find It. c'mast4 SEE THESE BEAITTIFUL -' =::::)
Thais and Cambodianswere # '"I. : i 1- _
curious about our travelIng A REPORT: DUE
American hometown on ,1FLEPHANT In other business, board chair. '. :.:::-.:. t6a

wheels, we hadn/t reckoned on man Clarence Bauchsples read
the Inquisitive Indian. When a letter from Frederic Robinson,
zoning expert who is associated i
our 48 Atrstreams pull Into an reurr.4
with Harland Bartholomew and
Indian It is the
city roughly
Associates, a city planning firm 1
equivalent of an honest-to- which has conducted a seriesof -
goodness flying saucer landing studies of Naples. : ,
In Times Square In New York," Robinson said 123! copies of the
according to a spokesman for --- -.- -- firm's final report In the current < ;'
the group. "Right now our COMPANY Being on top of an elephant study will be prepared shortly.It N' .. : .

group of slightly more than 100 when It gets up Is the most exciting thing about an will cover land use, streets,. A laf I ... 1 I L''
Americans is the biggest tour- and schools and parks plans. Robinson : ,. l'l1a'
ride. The front end first giving ', : t .
Let attraction In India at elephant goes up also said It was his com.pany" ) "4': "
least to the Indians." you the Impression of an earthquake. Just when you belief that It has fulfilled IIi: 'd
provisions of the current :
The group is finding that Invery are sure you are going to fall off backwards the back contract, and the City will have _.

city visited in India they end goes up. You feel like you are In an elevator to pay additional fees for further

Ire greeted by signs saying going too fast consulting services.

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