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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1964
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WASHINGTON (AP) Pres. conciliation with firmness In a abroad in Eastern Europe.' build the wall. Caps in the cur. tnt t, hes from Turkey to Norua. ., nomlc growth that our Atlantic ml on an independent course. and aggressive .
Went Johnson has told the Com nationwide address that evident. At another point, the President lain are wel me, and so are world has ever known." But Johnson never mentionedthe must rest upon the
raunlst world on the 15th anniversary ly was keyed as much for foreign struck this note again, that holes in the \I all, whenever they Standing before a bank it fl.igi: "We have done well," he saM Fren h I leader by name. application of human .
of NATO's founding, as home consumption Washington does not view all are not hedged by traps" In the White House East Room In summation, but added) "The Ironically, he quoted another ity."
that the United States Is readyto "We must be alert to any Communist nations alike and Johnson spoke on the eve of tho President said that since temptation to relax must always Frenchman, former Premier
settle differences that sept. hope of stable settlement with that it is alive to the opportunl. the 15th anniversary of the sign. 1949 the Communist "dan er, be resisted." Robert Schuman, an architect of The United States Is ,
rate East and West. those who have made vigilance ty of taking advantage of the lug of the North Atlantic Treaty has 1 receded, but It has not dls.iipeared. There were obvious referencesin European industrial unity, In ted to its European allies .
"Our guard Is up, but our essential," Johnson said "In differences. which bound together IS West. ; ." The same I H years, the President's address to sajlng that the salvation and son said "We, for our
hand Is out," the President de. particular, we must be alive to "We did not make the Iron ern nations In an antl-Commu. he said, have witnessed ''Ihel'n"est President Charles de Gaullt of welfare of nations "can no long never turn back to
dared Friday as he blended the new spirit of diversity now Curtain," he said. "We did not nlst military alliance that upward surge of eco. trance, who has been striking er be based upon an egotistical insecurity."

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Prices On June 1 ,, rma '


JACKSONVILLE (AP- Con. This order also will expire
trols on retail milk prices In June 1, when a new formula
most of Florida will end June 1. goes In to effect for establishing
The Florida Commission, minimum prices to producers.The .
which has Jurisdiction over 57 commission adopted stable FearIke
counties all except the Miami minimum prices doing away Major
area voted Friday to rescind with an escalator clause which
Its fair trade practices order. let prices fluctuate month to I
This order, In effect since 1961 month according to supply and
forbids distributors to sell milk demand. NEW YORK (AP) Former Dlrksen and Halleck let it be leaders of Congress in.
to the public below cost. Costs Minimum will be based on 3.S President Dwight D. Elsenhow. known they felt they were get. formed"
have been established by a com per cent butterfat milk. The 0 A-g er said today that he Is a Re. ting the silent treatment from Everybody, it turned
mission formula which In effect minimum price will be 55 centsa '1 publican because Democratsare the White House They weren't happy about the of
set retail price floors gallon In Tampa Bay, Central leading the country toward being consulted, as they had being Included In what
E. Robert Langley of Jackson. Florida and Northeast Florida iipr centralized rule been previously, about either called a "truly great for
villa proposed ending the restriction marketing areas. It will be 54 "I assure you that I am not domestic or fot'ptlllrnatll'rs.. the American people"
to show the public that cents in Pensacola and Tallahassee .rt9as: ,w. Ito being an alarmist for partisan There was some speculationthat
the commission Is not to blameIf marketing areas. purposes," Eisenhower said In the President was miffed
milk prices are high. John A. Blnns of Sarasota, a METHODIST Youth Fellowship group the Miami District The local group is an article in the Saturday about some of the harsh things BuildingPace
Langley said the milk Industryhad dairyman, objected to changing visited the refugee freedom headquarters shown around a truck which delivereda Evening Post Dlrksen and llalleck had been City
not shown an Inclination to the base from 4 per cent butter. "I do not fear that the Unit. saying about his handling of for.
in Miami About 20 refrigerator to Miami a donation by
pass on to the public Its savings fat to 3.3 per cent. He said it Friday. members ed States faces any Immediate sign policy matters Off But
through a commission order last would have a tendency to low. of the fellowship organization the church The Rev. Harry C. Par. threat of moral or financial When this stale of affairs be. ,

month lowering prices the distributors er quality. made the trip in private cars at the ham, pastor of the Methodist Churchis bankruptcy or a political tyran. came public knowledge, John
have to pay their pro. Langley replied that through ny. son reacted quickly, lie met Prospects
invitation of Miss Norka directorof shown at left (NEWS photo)
ducers. out most of the United States Feijoo, "However, It seems all to Dlrksen at a banquet and hailed
the 3.3 per cent base is used and youth work for Cuban Refugees in clear that In many significant him as "my friend.; He added A total of 66 building
Florida should conform to the ways we have headed away that "you've always been my mits were Issued by the
Almost All standard.He from reliance on Individual( friend and always will b.." of Naples building
pegged prices for class 2, Hits $1,656,052 common sense and toward! a Then came the opportunity to March, amounting to -'
TaxesIn 3 and 4 milk directly to those County Realty 'poppa knows beat' federal have Dlrksen and other Repub. ficial figure of $392,008.
City set In the Miami federal mar. rule." llcans summoned to the White This compares to the ,
ketlng area; and this too was )Home to sit In on the making 684 for
The TillA adopted. County real l estate sales for Lakevtew Terrace. $14.000)) Trl-D Corp., to Wm. F, and MEANWHILE ... of a bit of history building figure
Milk Is classed according tits o>, the current processing period F.B. and Mary Harrison, Jr.. Myrtle P. Hamilton Chicago, Meanwhile President Johnson, Tress Secretary George 1963 April promises
mere handful of Naples tax. use. Class one Is liquid whole> climbed slightly upward to$459, to Fredrick W. and Tenerlffe I LotS 3 through 8, Blk 15, Naples a Democrat, is back In the bl. Reedy said the conference had better, with Building
payers failed to pay the annual milk sold to the public. Other 200, bringing the total In sales M. Rowlands, Dexley, Ohio, Lot Manor Add'n$3,600M,1I. partisan groove, and It's all been called "In accordance with Ben Plnkston expected '
city taxes by the deadline date classes of milk may be from the 1 In March to 1656052. 7, Blk D, Unit 1, The MoorIngs Davis Properties,Inc.,toFrankand smiles between him and Repub. the President's desire to keep the 1200.000 U Tour
of March 31, Tax collector Bert same batch but surplus to class E.H. Frank to Schweitzer permit sometime this .
$6,500 Theresa
Sales $1,000 or over with M. lie an congressional leaders, ac.
Pinkston reports.On one needs and therefore available Bertram J. and Grace G. Md. Lots 14 and to There were 14 r4't
values taken from tax Baltimore, cording Washington sources.
Friday, the City had re. for use in cheese stamps on worth of
cottage County Building $188,100
ceived all but $8,911.66 of the chocolate milk, buttermilk or recorded deeds Included the. following Adams, AshevlUe, N.C., parcel IS, Dlk 77, Unit 6Naples Park, Proving that he Is a man of and houses In
In Naples Imp. Co's Little S,000. no halfway measures, Johnson guest
assessment total of $599,137.34.Plnkton other such products : Running Ahead
figured receipts at 98.S1 Frank G. and Edith M. Shaubto Farms $9,000, E.U and! teslle A. and Alice R Streetto invited both Republican and cording to the unofficial .
per cent of the total, comparedto Fred and Charlotte Hebel, Angels Presnell to Ralph M. Arnold F.Balr,llepburnvllle, Democratic leaders for I brief. Of 1963-Clemmer Three commercial *
last year's 98.24 per cent at MacArthurAt Wilmette 111., .Lot 45, Blk 9, and Betty A. Keeney, Sr.,FlorIssant Pa.. Lots 42 and 43, Dlk 77, Inc by the National Security were worth $33,000, one
the comparable time. Unit 4, Aqualane Shores, $7, Mo., part Lots 10, 11, Unit 6, Naples Park $1,400) Council, the first ever to m m. Construrtlon In Collier CountyIs ment building$20,800,five) -
The tax collector said he is CrisisAs 000; Carl and Nina Smith to 12, Blk 4, Ocean View Addition Naples South, Inc., to GeorgeD. bers of Congress.The 50 per cent ahead of last year's wills $15,849, '
pleased at the "fine record"that primary subject "'asJohnon' pace, County Building OfflerU additions $30,484, and -
H.C.and Louise Gorman.Craw- $1,000. and Edith G, Baker Tole-
Carl Clemmer ,
Naples taxpayers have com the NEWS went to press announcement that report laneous $98,095.Diggest .
fordvllle Ind. Lot 6 Blk G do, Ohio, Lot 8, Blk 5, Unit
After
piled through the years, in Gen. Douglas MacArthur appar. the United States and Panamahad a good $330,743 building permit of the
promptness and in percentage of ently hovered near death. Unit 2, Coquina Sands, $22, ROYAL HARBOR 1. Naples South Inc., $2,000; agreed to resume dlplo. toll last month, the first quarterof was "miscellaneous" ,
total assessment paid. Pinkster 000: Orange Blossom Realty Chief Pontiac Motor, Inc., H.U and Betty Carter, Jr., to matte relations and to discuss 1964 shows $897,024 worth of 000 boat house for -
George
reminds those whose taxes have Attending doctors were ob. Corp., to William T. Kepp, to John W. and Florence L. Carroll O. and Betty B. Roney, the Panama Canal dispute permits Issued bj the county 940 17th Avenue .
not been paid yet that they should vlously fearful that failure of Tr., Naples, Lots 8, 9,10 and Swanson, Naples, part Lots Immokalee, Lots 12 and 13, The conference brought Een- office The comparable I9C3 figure mer,
add a three per cent penaltyto vital functions would end the 11, Lake Manor, $43,000; I. 16 and 17, Blk 13, Unit 2, Blk 36, Newmarket, $2,500j ate Republican Leader EverettM. was $508,267.Singlefamily In the last few days of ,
their tax bills when they send "old soldier's" gallant battle for Thomas Curry to Ruth S. Anderson Royal Harbor, $34,000Richard: Paul H. and Mary I, Bickley Dirk sen of Illinois back to dwelling permits the building office *
in their checks. life. Naples, Lot 13 Dlk E, L. Hinds to Don and Wilma to Jacob T. and Theresa 1.. the White House for the first accounted for nearly half the permit for a $17,300
Beach Fla. time since Jan. 29. Rep Charles March total. SUteenpermltsadd. to be built by 1..V.
Wollan, Holmes Hoffman, Naples, Lot 4, Dlk
A. llalleck of Indiana, the ed up to $158,280.' There were for A.W. Darkau at 800 -
Lot 2, Blk 7, Unit 1, Avalon F, Unit 2, Sorrento Gardens,
House Republican leader, would 10 commercial permits Issued Blvd. R.
Estates $5,000; Donald S. $15,000)) Curt Doqvlst to Edw.! have been there, too, except for $99,418 worth of work, five yan building a $9,000 house at
r Elferdlnk to Eugene L. and H. and Reina M. Rutherford, that he was out of town and public works permits for $33,879,
t / Nancy J. Dye, Naples, Lot 2, Naples, part Lots and BSouth couldn't make It. 14 alterations additions repairs Chesapeake Avenue.
Blk G, Unit 3, Brookslde, Naples Shores $15,000 After the Jan. 29 meeting, for $28,672, and nine mlscella. So far In April, a
$14,500; Collier Dev Corp., COUNTY which also dealt with Panama, neous lor $14,900.: has come through for ,
and Viola Smith North Naples paced construe 000 guest house and -
to Joe W. C. Michigan Land Co. to Doro
tot Immokalee, Lots 2, 3 and 4, thea M. Minster,Rumson,NJ., Isles Of Capri tlon In March with permits total. tlon project for Frank -
Blk 10, Everglades$2.300; Ernest parcel In Sec 31, Twp 48, Rge log $123,772. East Naples accounted zel, 67 Eighth Avenue .
and Water System for $101,654, Immokalee David Veenschoten will
A. Anna L. Horky to 26, $28.400; Josephine Gelardito
Ray E. and Laura M. Steward, Catherine L. Novotny Jef- Ready To Co Donlta$80,420 area, eastern$1,000 county Golden$10,400 Gate, work. Lewis Pools Inc.
Lot 4 No. 1 Isles of Install a $4,000 pool at
Naples, fersonville, Ind., parcel Sec $3,000, and Isles of Capri 500.
Capri, $9,500; Loach, Inc.. to 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $11,400; The new water system Is now In the last. days of March, a Crayton Road for John
H.C. and Bertha Kernaghan,Naples Naples 846, Inc., to Geo. W. ready for operation at the tiles $30,000 permit was Issued fora terfleld.
> of Capri, and tomorrow morning
Lots 252 and 253 No. and Naomi C. Bellinger Naples about 9:30: county officials and Texaco station on the east
2, Isles of Capri $4,800; JoeW. parcel In Sec 29, Twp representatives of Isles of Capri Trail, across from the court. Study
and Viola C. Smith to Theo- 48, Rge 27, $1,500; Guilford- Water Works, Inc., will gather house. F. D. Schretk Is thecontrac.tor.
a dore L. and Mozelle N. Hager, Naples Corp., to Arthur and for a grand owning ceremony i Universal Gunlte Is For Florida

Jr., Immokalee, Lot 1, BlkC, Clyde Allen, Naples, parcel In Dewey Polly, Commission l Installing a $2,900 pool at the Sugar Cane
Pine Ridge home of James Mal.
Joyce Park 1200. Sec 11, Twp 49, Rge 25, $14, Chairman, and A.C. Uncork, lory Five permits have been
Marco Highlands, Inc., to 000; Rohert T. and Clarice commissioner from Chokulos. taken out so far In April but WASHINGTON CAP) .
,
Paul and Stella Williams, Detroit ) D. Benson to Theodore Stan- kee, representing the two areas the biggest one amounts to llshment of farm acreage ,
Mich., Lots 5 and 6, ton Wilson Naples, parcel In most concerned, have been In. $1,800. only menus for the 1965 sugar .
vied in Florida and
to attend
Blk 4, Marco Highlands $4, Sec 11, Twp 49, Rge 25, $2, slana croo crown-is being considered
600; William B. Stone, Inc., 000 Triangle Corp., to AtGallman. Agriculture Department.
to Joseph A. and Anita Con* Ft. Myers, parcel The department said a
zal, Naples Lot U, Blk 3, Sec 12, Twp 50, Rge 25, $15, hearing on possible 1965 .
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Naples Better Homes, $3.100)) (Continued on page 7) p w* 'j/1 mints will be held at a
"WE'LL HAVING MORE FUN" at the annual event sponsored by parents and place to be announced "

Shadowlawn School annual carnivalwas teachers will be held from 4 to 8 p.m.. Sugar legislation *

the chant of this group of young Friday, April 10. (NEWS photo) Dirksen FindsChanging Support For the when establishment production 1*of likely. *.

sters posing for the photographer The ceed the marketing .
signed In a given
area. Allotment have not

c f1': : .AMA FEPBy Part Of BillThe ,. rrn in:ane effect area on since the 1959.mainland '

C' .
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS board agreed to Integrate Sugar Mills In
Senate Republican Leader Everett a vocational school and to con.
i
". M. Dtrksen says he has sider hiring Negroes at the cen. u I If Cuba 20 Per
found more bipartisan supportfor tral administrative level. ( h

i ) amending the fair employ About 300 Negro Uemonstra. sib Under Last
ment practices section of the tore, fired up over the civil
) civil rights bill than for hang. rights stand of Sen. Robert C. Sugar MIAMI Growers(AP) The

Ing any other part. Byrd, D.W. Va., stormed the
exile released reports

He said Friday he will with. State Capitol at Charleston. The
at the
dicating production
hold proposed changes In the demonstrators, led by James
LijJflT six sugar mills to complete
} highly ontroverslal public ac. Forman, executive secretary of work In Cuba during the
+ commodatlons section until he the Student Nonviolent Coordl. 1 harvest was 20 per cent
IL. sees what headway ran be natlng Committee, headquar. that of last year.
made with the fair employment tered 1n Atlanta, were mostly u Arturo Suelras,
section. from West Virginia State Col.
president, said the reports *
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Dlrksen has said he would of. lege, near Charleston. a
from other than official .
for about a dozen amendmentsto A spokesman said the demon. s sr
Improve, not "emasculate or stration was the result of what Weather
water down," the section aimedat they termed Byrd' recent com.
tif.
discouraging racial dlscrtm.in mltment to vote against the .
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at Ion In employment. clvU right bill pending in Con. Max Mia.
Senate leaders are having dl!. gress.omars. MISS DEEDA PARSONS li the first candidate to enter March 28 80 18 $
: ra faulty keeping a quorum An the Naples Jaycees Contest to choose 'Miss Naples." March! 29 80 18

unofficial tally showed! 37 oi the Jack Slottag briefs Miss Parsons on the rules of the contest March 30 71 17
100 senators out of town.
March II
Q "Tt"" .' Negroes called off a threat. RENEw YOUR J The winner of the "Miss Naples" Contest will com- April 1 71 n 41 41 .

WILLIE THE CLOWN and the pickpocketlady lawn Carnival There will be popcorn ened school boycott after the LICENSE pete for "Miss Florida" honors In a later contest in April' 3 82 47 .

(and little fellows caught in the too. (NEWS photo) had Little made Hock minor, Ark., School,>esilcns Board to URIHGYOURBIRTH Sarasota. The winner from that contest will go on to April 1 IS.. .

act) wi'l: sp::c- the fun at the Shadow. demands for more Integration. MONTH compete for Miss America honors. (NEWS photo) Data lupphrt ty Ctrlkbca Q .




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WASHINGTON (CAP) Pres. conciliation with firmness In a abroad In Eastern Europe'' build the wall. Gaps In the cur. stretches from Turkey to Nor., nomlc growth that our Atlantic out on an Independent course. and aggressive nationalism but
Ident Johnson has told the Com. nationwide address that evident. At another point, the President tale are welcome, and so are a\ world has ever known." But Johnson never mentionedthe must rest upon the progressive
munlst world on the 15th annl. ly was keyed as much for foreign struck this note again, that holes in the wall, whenever they Standing before a bank of flagsIn "We have dime well," he said Frwxh leader by name. application of human solldar.tty. .
versary of NATO' founding as home consumption."We Washington does not view all are not hedged by trap," the White louse East Room, in summation, but added "The Ironically, he quoted another ,"
that the United States Is ready must be alert to any Communist nations alike and Johnson spoke on the eve of the President said that suite temptation to relax must alwaysbe Frenchman, former Premier
to settle differences that sepa. hope of stable settlement with that it Is alive to the opportunl.ty the 15th anniversary of the sign. 1949 the Communist "danger resisted." Robert Schuman, an architect of The United States Is commit.
rate East and West. those who have made vigilance of taking advantage of the log of the North Atlantic Treaty IMS receded, but It has not dls. There were obvious referencesin European Industrial unity In ted to Its European allies, John.
"Our guard is up, but our essential," Johnson said. "In differences which bound together 15 West ,upeared." The same f years, the President's address to saying that the salvation and son said "We, for our part, will
hand Is out," the President de. particular, we must be alive to "We did not make the Iron ern nations In an antl-Commu. la said. have witnessed 'the President Charles de Gaulle of welfare of nations "can no long never turn back to separated
clared Friday as he blended the new spirit of diversity now Curtain," he said. "We did rot nlst military alliance that Ingest! upward surge of eco. France, who has been striking er be based upon an egotistical insecurity,"



i I wtm Sees Move Away From SelfRelianceCentralized


I End Milk Control




Prices On June 1 Rule



JACKSONVILLE (APCon.. This order also will expire
troll on retail milk prices in June 1, when a new formula
most of Florida will end June 1, goes In to effect for establishing
The Florida Milk Commission, minimum prices to producers.The .
which has jurisdiction over 57 commission adopted sta. Maior FearIke
counties all except the Miami ble minimum prices, doing away r.
area voted Friday to rescind with an escalator clause which
its fair trade practices order. let prices fluctuate month to .
Thus order, in effect sine* 1961 month according to supply and
forbids distributors to sell milkto demand. NEW YORK (AP) Formei r Dlrksen and Halleck let It be leader of Congress fully In.
the public below cost. Costs Minimum will be based on 3.5 President Dwight D. Elsenhow., known they felt they were get', formed."
have been established by a com per cent butterfat milk. The 0 er said today that he Is a Republican ting the silent treatment from Everybody, it turned out, was
mission formula which in ef. minimum price will be 55 centsa because Democrats i the White llouse. They weren'ti happy about the experience of
feet, set retail price floors gallon In Tampa Bay, Central are leading the country toward being consulted, as they had being; Included In what Johnson
E. Robert Langley of Jackson Florida and Northeast Florida centralized rule been previous, about either called a "truly great day for
villa proposed ending the restriction marketing areas. It will be 54 "I assure you that I am mil t domestic or foreign-matters! the American people."
to show the public that cents in Pensacola and Talla. being an alarmist for partisan i There was some speculation
the commission Is not to blame hassee marketing areas. purposes," Eisenhower said In i that the President was miffed
if milk prices are high. John A. Binns of Sarasota, a METHODIST Youth Fellowship group the Miami District. The local group is an article In the Saturday r about some of the harsh thing City Building
Langley said the milk industryhad dairyman objected to changing visited the refugee freedom headquar shown around a truck which delivereda Evening Post. Dirksen and llalleck had been!
not shown an inclination to the base from 4 cent butter. about his of for,
handling
per "I do not fear that the United saying
pass on to the public Its savings fat to 3.5 per cent. He said it ters in Miami Friday About 20 mem refrigerator to Miami, a donation by States faces any immediate, elgn policy matters. ; Pace Off But

through a commission order last would have a tendency to low. bers of the fellowship organizationmade the church The Rev, Harry C Par. threat of moral or financialbankruptcy I When this state of affairs be. ,

month lowering prices the dis. er quality. the trip in private cars at the ham, pastor of the Methodist Churchis or a political tyran.ny. came public knowledge John Good
trlbutors have to pay their pro. Langley replied that through. son reacted quickly. He met| Prospects
invitation of Miss Norka directorof shown left NEWS )
Feijoo at ( photo
ducers. out most of the United States "However, It seems all L to i Dirk son at a banquet and hailed
the 3.5 per cent base is used and youth work for Cuban Refugees inI clear that In many significantways 1: him as "my friend." lie added I A total of 66 building pe rmlts *
Florida should conform to the we have headed away that "you've always been my'' were Issued by the Cityof
Almost All standard.He from reliance on Individualcommon i friend and always will be." Naples building office Ino

pegged prices for class 2, Hits $1,656,052 sense and toward a i Then came the opportunity 1 i I March amounting to an of*'
City TaxesIn 3 and 4 milk directly to those County Really poppa knows best' federalrule I have Dlrksen and other Republicans ., flcUl figure of $392,008.
set In the Miami federal mar. ," summoned to the White' This\ compares to the $453
keting area; and this too was llouse to sit in on the maktni 684 building figure for March
The TillA adopted. County real estate sales for Lakevtew Terrace. $14,000; Trl-D Corp., to Wm. F, and MEANWHILE ... of a bit of history, 1963. April promises to be
Milk Is classed according to the current processing period F.13. and Mary Harrison\ Jr,, Myrtle p, Hamilton, Chicago Meanwhile President Johnson, Press Secretary 0 e o r g e better with Official
mere handful of Naples tax. Its use. Class one Is liquid whole climbed slightly upward to $459, to Fredrick W. and TenerlffeM. Lots 3 through B, Blk 15, Naples a Democrat, Is bark In the bipartisan -\ Reedy said the conference had|I pert Plnkston, Building expected to
payers failed to pay the annual milk sold to the public Other 200, bringing the total In sales Rowlands, Dexley Ohio,Lot Manor Add'n$3,600; M.H. groove, and It's all been called "in accordance with I sign
city taxes by the deadline date classes of milk may be from the In March to $1,656,052. 7, Blk D, Unit 1, The MoorIngs Davis\ Properties,Inc.,to Frank smiles between him and Republican -\, the President's desire to keep, the $1,200,000 La Tour Rlvage
of March 31, Tax collector Bert batch but permit sometime this month.
same surplus to class
$6,500 Eli Frank to and Theresa M. Schweitzer leaders according
Sales ofl,000 over with ; congressional
Pinkston for
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Bertram J. and Grace G, Md. Lots 14 and to Washington sources
Friday, the City had received ble for use In cottage cheese, values taken from tax stamps on Baltimore, County Building $188,100 worth of residences
all but $8,911.66 of the chocolate milk, buttermilk or recorded deeds Included tile following Adams, Ashevllle N.C., par- 15, Dlk 77, Unit Naples Park Proving that he II a man of and guest homes In March according
assessment total of $599,157.54. other such products : v cel In Naples Imp. Co's Little ",000. no halfway measures, Jolmeun Running AheadOf to the unofficial tally.
Finkston figured receipts at 88.51 Frank G, and Edith M. Shaub Farms, $9.000. E.U and! Leslie A. and Alice R. Streetto Invited both Republican and ,
Three commercial
per cent of the total, comparedto to Fred and Charlotte Hebel, Angels Presnell to Ralph M. Arnold F.Batr,Hepburnvllle, Democratic leaders for a brief. 1963-CIemmer worth permit
last year's 98.24 per cent at MacArthurAt Wllmette 111., Lot 4S, Blk 9, and Betty A. Keeney Sr., Florissant Pa.. Lots 42 and 43, Blk 77, Ing by the National Security were $33,000, one five span
the comparable time. Unit 4. Aqualane Shores, $7, \ Mo., part Lots 10. 11, Unit 6, Naples Park, $1,400; Council, the first ever to mom.bers Construction In Collier County ment building $26,800, lea-
The tax collector said he Is of Congress Is 00 per rent ahead of last year'spare walls $15.649, alterations
CrisisAs
12, Blk 4, Ocean View Addition South Inc. to
000; Ctrl and Nina Smith to Naples GeorgeD.
Official and miscellaneous
County additions
pleased at the "fine record" The primary subject WIIJohnlon' Building $30,484,
and $1,000. and Edith G. Baker, Tole-
K.C. I.oulseGorman.Craw-
Carl Clemmvr .
announcement that report
that Naples taxpayers have com. the NEWS went to press $98.095.DlRgest .
fordvlUe, Ind., Lot 6, Blk G, do, Ohio, Lot 8, Blk 5, Unit After
piled through the years, in Gen. Douglas MacArthur appar. the United States and Panama a good $330,748 building permit of the month
promptness and In percentage of ently hovered near death. Unit 2, Coquina Sands, $22, ROYAL HARBOR 1, Naples South, Inc., $2,000; had agreed to resume dlilo., total I last month, the first quarter was "miscellaneous" a $40
total assessment paid. Plnkstor 000; Orange Blossom Realty Chief Pontiac Motor Inc, H.L. and Betty Caner Jr.. to matte relations and to discuss of 1904 shows $897,024 worth of 000 boat house forCeorge Kre
reminds those whose taxes have Attending doctors were ob. Corp.. to William T. Kepp, to John W, and Florence L. Carroll 0, and Betty B. Roney the Panama Canal dispute permits Issued by the county 940 17th Avenue South.
not been paid yet that they should vlously fearful that failure of Tr., Naples, Lots 8, 9,10 and Swanson, Naples part Lots Immokalee. Lots 12 and 13, The conference brought 6en office The comparable 1903 fl. nor In,the last few of March
days ,
add a three per cent penaltyto vital functions would end the 11, Lake Manor $43,000; I I. 16 and 17, Blk 13, Unit 2, Blk 36, Newmarket. $2,500; ale Republican Leader EverettM. gure was $598,267.Slnglefumlly office
their tax bills when they send "old soldier's" gallant battle for Thomas Curry to Ruth S. Anderson Royal Harbor, $34,000) Richard Paul II. and Mary I. Blckley Dlrksen of Illinois back to dwelling permits the building processed a
in their checks. life. the White House for the first accounted for nearly half the permit for a $17,300 residenceto
Naples, Lot 13 Blk E, L. Hinds to Don and Wilma to Jacob T. and Theresa L.
time since Jan. 20. Rep CharlesA March total. Sixteen permits added be built by L.V. Shieldsfor
Wollan, Holmes Beach, Fla, Hoffman Naples, Lot 4, Blk
llalleck of Indiana, the up to $158,280. There were A.W. Darkau at 800 Ban
Lot 2, Blk 7, Unit I, Avalon F, Unit 2, Sorrento Gardens House Republican leader. would 10 commercial ,permits Issued van Dlvd. R. Obernesser Is

Estates $5,000; Donald S. $15,000; Curt Boqvlst to Edw have been there, too, except for $93,410 worth of work, five building a $9,000 house at 1680
Elferdlnk to Eugene L. and H. and Reina M. Rutherford, that he was out of town and public works permits for$33,879, Chesapeake Avenue.
Nancy J. Dye Naples, Lot 2, Naples part Lots and 8,South couldn't make it. 14 alterations additions-repairs So far In
April a
permithas
Blk G, Unit 3, Brookslde, Naples Shores, $15,000COUNTY After the Jan. 29 meeting, for $28,072, and nine mlscella. ,
$14,500; Collier Dev. Corp., which also dealt with Panama, fleets for $14,500. come through for a $5,
to Joe W, and.Viola C. Smith Michigan Land Co. to Dorothea North Naples paced construe 000 guest house and alteration -

Immokalee, Lots 2, 3 and 4, M. Minster,Rumson,NJ., Isles Of Capri tlon In March with permits total. project for Frank Haln
Blk 10, Everglades, $2,300; Ernest parcel In Sec 31, Twp 48, Rge bog ,12 ,772. East Naples ac. zel, 67 Eighth Avenue South.
Water System counted for $101,034, Immokalee David Veenschoten will do the
A. and Anna L. Horky to 26, $28,400; Josephine Gelardi
$36,420, eastern county $10,400, work. Lewis\ Pools will
Ray E, and Laura M. Steward, to Catherine L. Novotny, Jeffersonvllk Ready To (Jo Bonita area $1,000, Golden Gale Install Inc.
a $4,000 1900
Naples Lot 4, No 1, \Isles of !red., parcel In Sec $',000, and Isles of Capri $300. pool at
Capri $9,500;; Loach, Inc., to 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $11,400; The new water system Is now In the loUt days of March, a Crayton Road for John Sat-
H.C. and Dertha Kernaghan,Naples Naples 846, Inc.. to Ceo. W, ready for operation at the Isle $30,000 permit was Issued for terfield
of Capri and tomorrow morning
Lots 252 and 253, No. and Naomi C. Bolllnger Naples a Texaco station on the east
about 9-30: county officials and
2, Isles of Capri, $4,800; Joe parcel In Sec 29, Twp representatives of Isle of Capri Trail, across from the court Study AllotmentsFor
W. and Viola C. Smith to Theo- 48, Rge 27, $1,500; Gullford- Water Works, Inc., will gather house. F. D. Schreck Is the
t'rI dore L. and Mozelle N. Hager, Naples Corp., to Arthur and for a grand opening! ceremony contractor Universal Cunlte Is Florida 1965

Jr., Immokalee, Lot 1, DlkC, Clyde Allen, Naples, parcel In Dewey Polly, Commission Installing Pine Itlilge. .a home$2, /UO of pool James at Mal.the Sugar Cane Crop

Joyce Park. $1,200. Sec 11, Twp 49, Rgo 25, $14, chairman, and A.C, Hancock lory. Five permits have been
000 Robert and ClariceB commissioner from Chokolos. WASHINGTON (AP) Estab.
,r Marco Highlands. Inc., to ; T. taken out so far In April, but
ri Paul and Stella Williams, Detroit Benson to Theodore Stan- kee, representing the two areas the biggest one amounts, to only ;llshment of farm acreage allot.
r most concerned have been In. I ments for the 1969 sugar cane
Mich., Lots 5 and 6, ton Wilson, Naples, parcel In vlted to attend $1,800. crop grown In Florida and Louisiana .
Blk 4, Marco Highlands, $4, Sec 11, Twp 49, Rge 25, $2, Is being considered by the
600; William B. Stone, Inc., 000; Triangle Corp, to AI! Agriculture Department
to Joseph A. and Anita Com- Gallman, Ft. Myers, parcel The department said t public

zal, Naples, Lot 14, Blk 3, Sec 12, Twp 50, Rge 25, $15, hearing on possible 1963 allot.
Naples Better Homes $3,100; (Continued on page 7) intents will be held at a time and
"WE'LL BE HAVING MORE FUN" at the annual event sponsored by parents and place to be announced Uter.

Shadowlawn School annual carnivalwas teachers will be held from 4 to 8 p,m. Sugar legislation require
I the establishment of limitations
the chant of this group of youngsters Friday, April 10. (NEWS photo) Dirksen Finds Support For when production la likely to ex.

posing for the photographer The ned the marketing quota as.

.- ---. r __ -.. signed\ In a given production

yl c: Changing FEP Part Of BillBy y / ,.ti R r f area effect area Allotments on since the mainland 1939.have not sugarcane beenIn



._., THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The board agreed to Integratea Sugar Mills In
Senate Republican Leader Ev. vocational school and to con.
erett M, Dirksen says he has elder hiring Negroes at the cen. Cuba 20 Per Cent
found more bipartisan supportfor tral administrative level.
amending the fair employ. About 300 Negro demonstra. Under Last Year
of the ton, fired the '' isO
ment practices section up over :
MIAMI AP The Cuban
n ea ( ) -
rights\ stand of Son Robert
civil rights bUl than for chang. C. Sugar Growers Association in
1 tog any other part. Byrd, D.W Va., stormed the exile released reports today In.
He said Friday he will with. State Capitol at Charleston. The dl cat Ing production at the first
r hold proposed changes in the demonstrators, led by James sis sugar mills to complete their
highly\ Controversial public ac. Forman, executive secretary of work in Cuba during the current
comirvxUtlons section until he the Student Nonviolent Coordinating a.r .1 harvest was 20 per cent below
sees what headway can be Committee, headquar. that of last year.
I made with the fair employment tered in Atlanta, were mostly Arturo Suelras, association
section. from West Virginia State Col.
said the
president, reports; came
Dirksen has said he would of. legs near Charleston from other than official source.
fer about a dozen amendments A spokesman said the demon.
to Improve, not "emasculate or stration was the result of what Weather Review
water down," the section aimedat they termed Byrd's recent com.mltment .
discouraging racial disc rim.inatlon to vote against the yf
In employment civil rights\ bill pending in Con. Max Ml. Ral.
Senate leaders are having dlflculty /. gress. MISS DEEDA PARSONS is the first candidate to enter March 28 80 .8 fcO!

keeping a quorum An the Naples Jaycees Contest to choose 'Miss Naples" March 29 80 M {.{4

unofficial tally showed 37 of the Jack Slottag briefs Miss Parsons on the rules of the con- March 30 78 (7 0.10
100 senators out of town. March SI 73 41 0.00
.. test. The winner of the "Miss Contest will com
-- -- Negroes called off a threat. RENEW YOUR Naples" April 1 7t 41 |...
WILLIE THE CLOWN and the ened school boycott after the DRIVER'S LICENSE for "Miss Florida" honors later contest in
pickpocketlady lawn Carnival. There will be popcorntoo. l pete in a April 2 81 47 ....

(and little fellows caught in the (NEWS photo) had Lltue made stock minor, Ark.concessional, School Board to DURING YOUR ti' Sarasota. The winner from that contest will go on to April I 83 81 ....)

act) will spice the fun at the Shadow- demands for more integration BIRTH MONTH compete for Miss America honors. (NEWS photo) OiU uppll.d ky Cnetbb.ee 0...._.

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COUNTY NEWS $undy, April 5. 1964 '- slttlrDe.weaW.taraesaaatallMCtrat.eWS .

Khrushchev predicted that No DamageAs

Red World Red parties around the globe Bonita
would rally to Moscow's side. I
But 24 hours after publicationof '
his call for a world Commu. New Quake w, row: By RAB WEARS

Dozed nUt conference to take up the L_ ',''':: .... .,_ '/t'iISI't"llO,:;>. "1 ",___ .-
By Chinese Issue, there was only a ,
shaken silence In the Red ranks yl The April meeting of this In road building. He dwelt cape
Division of the once monolith. Hits Alaska Hoosier Club of Bonita Springswas dally on road building In

Ic Communist movement Into held Wednesday noon In our state, and naturally about
ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP)- road building In this area. He
two warring ,
Big SplitEDITOR'S camps posed a the local Community Hall
whole n,w set of problems for Another major tremor, the sec. r a referred to the need for con.
the parties It Involved rethink. :and In a week, lent a wary air Preceding the meeting serration of our natural
NOTEt Stanley log on a massive scale since ob. to activities In the quake-etrlck. covered dish luncheon was en- resource and sharply criticizedthe :

Johnson, veteran Associated vlously communism never couldbe en Anchorage area today, Joyed. state for selling so much of
Press correspondent, :4>ent six the same again. The temblor, one of some half President John Holland welcomed the state.owned submerged landto
years In Moscow and one in Adding to their confusion was a hundred aftershocks since the all present after which private Interest
Poland and Journeyed through publication of the news that major earthquake of March 27, Mrs. Holland gave the Invoca Foster Is one of three Republl.
Western Europe studying Krem. three of their once.revered set buildings away Friday and cans who are seeking the nomina.
tin policy and its Impact on chiefs had been ousted from the sent office workers and shop tion.Donations were voted to the tlon for governor In the May 5th
both sides of the Iron Curtain.In Soviet Communist party. pers scurrying Into the streets Bonita Beach Boosters and Republican primary. He was
this analysis he discussesthe U this can happen to former of downtown Anchorage. to the Council of Clubs. brought to Bonita last night by
possible effect on the Com. Premiers Georgl M. Malenkovand Police reported no casualties Mrs. Forrest the Republican Club of Bonita
munlst world of Soviet Premier V, M. Molotov, to tough and had no reports of major Armstrong Springs. Other Republican candl.:
Khrushchev's call for a show. Stalinist former First Deputy damage to buildings or homesIn made her donation to the birthday dates for Lee County offices who

down with Red China.An Premier Lazar Kaganovlch, this area. Last week's tremor fund, as the group sang were introduced at the meeting
what will be the fate of lesser left 129 known dead or missing "Happy Birthday" and "Happy were Roland Q. Roberts, for
AP News AnalysisBy luminaries at home and abroad and presumed dead. e# Anniversary" was sung to county commissioner: : RichardW
STANLEY JOHNSON who defy Khrushchev? The University of Washington iH Mr, and Mrs. Ray Greene, ihaughnessey for county
NEW YORK (AP) The 11 seemed obvious that party seismograph office said that ., who will celebrate their 50th "Judge; Harry Schooley for tax
world's Communist parties leaders were leery of saying the quake had registered 7.S on .raf9 wedding anniversary on April assessor, and Edwin Bobannon
seemed to be In a state of anything until they could see the Richter earthquake Intensity tor sheriff. None of these) candl.:

shock today, pondering their Peking's reaction to the Soviet scale, substantially under the 9th.Beginning In the Fall dates have any opposition In the
fate and the future of their blast and meeting call. force of the massive tremor of early May 5th primary.
movement in the wake of Soviet The Red Chinese were silent, Good Friday, which registered r attractive and Interesting programs I Some Collier County candl.

Premier Khrushchev's publl. too, understandably, sine It 8.7.The will be given at each dates were present also and I..
cited decision to force a show. takes time to draw up a formal new shock was felt In PIONEER LOCmIOTI\-Thls locomotive called the Pioneer, was built in 1851 for monthly meeting. ,sued an Invitation to the local
down with Red China. reply. But they produced one Fairbanks, Juneau, Yakutat, the Cumberland Valley Railroad of central Pennsylvania. It is shown in the Smith- Mrs. Holland gave a short club to attend the breakfast In

odd statement:- warm coneratu. Kodiak, Seward, Valdez and sonian Institution's new museum of history and technologyTODAY history of Bonita Springs as Naples, Saturday morning, April
1 at Ions to the Hungarian Com Cordova. The last four commu. taken from the E.P. Nutting 4, to be held at the Beach Club.A .
munlst party on the 19th annl. nltles, as well as Anchorage, r versary of the liberation of Bu. suffered severe damage a week ,_ Dwight D. Eisenhower, In a Hostesses next month will the meeting, when the committee

s. dapest from the Nazis. ago.State radlo.televlslon address, told Caught $26 MillionIn be Mesdames Armstrong, Lucille arranged the tables with the
Civil Defense officials INHISTORY the nation that the Easter
ran SUN, fun ran This was a strange gesture be. hydrogen and Mildred Sower- motif Cline Mosbach,
cause the Hungarians are the clustered around their "hot bomb would not be used onUS Fish Last Year Perry president of the local dub, .sin
Silver | only ones who have yet pledged line" an emergency circuit link. initiative but warned Rus. wine charge of the meeting.
King! all out support for Khrushchevand Jag the cities of south.central sla It risked ruin if It started JACKSONVILLE (AP)-Com. The Rev. Robert Varble dismissed
raM x.v*n ; Issued their own denuncla. Alaska, when the shock hit, ap. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS;: a war. merclal fishing fleets off Flori. the group with prayer.
MOOERNSAFEFASTFISHING tlon of Peking. prehenslve about the safety of Five years ago the Naval da's coasts brought In 185 million Others attending were Mr.
CRUISER General feeling among those neighboring communities. "::L.l': ::"\ ;,. Wr L Research Laboratory reportedthat pounds of fish worth $26', and Mrs. Cecil Woolsey, Mr / BEACH"RENTAL

'MI 1.2657 II t-3MI who follow Communist affairs But, one by one, the surround.Ing Today Is Sunday, April 5, the radioactivity in the air at million 'last year, the Florida 1 and Mrs. Clarence Beal, Mr. fcirectly Gulf Beach
cities checked In to report 96th day of 1964. There 270 State Chamber of Commerce on ,
Capt. Cecil Lamb closely was that the Hungarians are points along the Eastern sea. reported and Mrs. Gerald Bennett, Mr.
had acted out of politeness be. that while the quake had been days left In the year. board had Increased as much Saturday. and Mrs. Sam Mr. attractively furnished,
.. cause Khrushchev is a guest In felt, It was slight In their areas Today's highlight history IOn as 300 per cent after the Soviet Volume of the catch was approximately \ and Mrs. Rollo Frederick Woolsey, air-conditioned end
their country. and had apparently centered this date In 1614, the In. atomic test series late In 1958. the same as the Mr
Send Some Home What's upsetting many of the near Anchorage. There were no dlan chief's daughter Pocahon. One year ago Russia ac. previous year but the value, and Mrs.Clifford Eldridge,Mr. completely equipped
parties-and facing them with reports of unusual wave action. tas, was married to English col. cepted a United States proposal dropped about 15 per cent, according and Mrs. Dan Goble, Mr. and modern beach house,
Florida's Own Fruit disaster-4s the need for a show. The quake began with a gen. onlst John Rolfe In Virginia for a direct communication link to these preliminary Mrs. TUlls Stanton, Mr. and ready for Immediate
down between "Chinese" and tie rocking motion at 12:41 p.m. Whether the story of her sav. the "hot line" between figures Mrs. William Dlrck, Mr. and
Jellies Candies "Russians" In their own ranks and quickly picked up In Inten. InC the life of Captain John Washington and Moscow. The catch of food fin fish> Mrs. Adam Bowles, Mr. and occupancy after lat
before they can take sides Inter. sity. A deep, rumbling could be Smith Is true Is uncertain. ButIt came to 85 million pounds, up Mrs. Thomas Kyle Mesdames April, 1964. .Large |liv.{
/ClodddrdJourmet nationally. heard distinctly, and people ran is true that she married a fraction from 1962. Nonfoodfish Robert Virble. Careen Roe- Ing room with opet.

\ This Is bound to weaken them to the center of downtown Rolfe, had a soh, Thomas Alaska Doesn't used for oils and fertilizers,1. bel, Ethel Bennett, Ruby Car-
11TH GODDARD SHOP and lower their effectiveness as streets In brilliant sunshine to Rolfe, and later became the totaled SO million pounds, down' penter and Glen Robertson and fireplace and screened
a political force.A watch the buildings around reigning belle of London so. Need !More Labor, about 17 per cent. Forrest porch overlooking the)
them. clety. Her son returned to VIr. amounted to 39 million Armstrong.GOP .
foretaste Shrimp
from
came Bel.
The Old Con, Naples rlomplimrntary 1.. Gulf. Four bedrooms
,
glum, where the Communist Then, Just as suddenly as It glnla 'and from him a numberof Wirtz Advises pounds, (0.( per cent. Other MEETING
(' (.if! Wrapping party is already split. The pro. started, the quake eased off. the state's first families WASHINGTON types of shell fish, 31 million 1 H. B. (Bob) Foster,Republican three baths, electric
and Milling Service Chinese hailed the Idea of a con. Within 30 seconds it was over, trace their descent.In who (AP)- Amerl. pounds, rose 11 per cent. candidate for Governor of kitchen with all mod
Naples mOlt completeGift ference and claimed It was orig and people picked up quickly 1621, the Mayflower sailedon cans Alaska expect to find work In Florida ranks eleventh among\ Florida, spoke to an enthusiastic em convenience end
helping the
belly a Chinese Idea, which, in where they had left off a few its first return trip from repair earth. the 50 states in the amount of audience of about 90 people
Food Shop fact it was moments before.In Plymouth to England. unless quake damage should stay home fish brought in and third In Monday night In the CommunityHall appliances, Including 2

The pro-Rusalans, apparentlynot the Anchorage Dally Times In 1939, Italian and German ise of they have Labor definite prom. value of the catch at the docks, in Bonita Springs. TVs with cable connec
Gift Boxes byS. tipped off In advance, main. Building, where equipment and army leaders conferred In Inns. Wl!lard a Wirtz Job, said Friday.Secretary W. the report said. Foster, who resides at Fort tion.
S. Pierce A Creica talned an embarrassed silence supplies were strewn over the bruck, Austria, preprarlng for Myers Beach and is a Lee County
and said It was too soon to com. floor March 27 not a thing was Italy's occupation of Albania. He said that "the task of rebuilding TOO MUCH PROTECTION farmer, has also had experience Contact your brokeror
nON liEf) SHIPPERS"' OK ment. disturbed Friday. In 1941, the British captured the state's coastal SLOVAC. Yugoslavia CAP) Call MI 2-4763
KINK: KIIH.K<<:. FRUIT One key spot to watch Is Cuba Power remained throughoutthe Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. communities will undoubtedly After two burglaries in his shop,
the of store in this Serbian Kimberley, birthplace of the
owner a
PUKED "I'ACKKD.SIIIITEII : where Prime Minister FidelCastro' city, and communicationswere In 1942, the Japanese broke require many workers. But I "
diamond Industry If
had bare a neat
not disrupted. through Gen. Jonathan Wain.wrllht' community heavy put
supporters have been advised that Alaska
/ FKESII are deeply on the doors and windows That modern city of about 80,000
Only the crack. lines Bataan Pen tn..ula. .
In
divided on the Moscow.Peklng the streets on had heavy unemployment In all
fi..arantH1l Perfect sloppeiV the thieves. But when Handing on open veld 265 miles
Delivery quebtlon.PIANO and the few windows that have dIn skills prior to the disaster and I
fire broke out inside one night, iouthwestof Johannesburg the
not been 195S Winston Churchill
replaced give evidence re. that local residents will. be em. I
firemen couldn't the heart of the Republic of South
to' the destruction caused down signed as' British prime minis ployed first." get put wee
INSTRUCTIONCertified town Anchorage by last week's ter. bars and the store burned down. Africa r

Member MTNA A DMTNAiVgluere mighty shaking
to College Preparatory In Juneau, meanwhile, Gov.
Downtown Studio William A. Egan's request fora for
They Eavesdrop the General
Ann Welmer Phone MI Ml 7APLES $50.mllllon emergency bond
Issue was quickly acted upon .


I I IA Ivr'y visitors' comments and their reactions symbolic MacArthur's presence
II! TO tiBy to the exhibits and makea seems to pervade the memorial
1A weekly report which goes to even for the two hostesses who
TI V Y MH TRE Norfolk Mayor Roy B. Martin Jr. have yet to meet him. The official

WEEKLY THEATRE PROGRAM fFfJ'jIvlin 1 and the City Council. The comments papers, correspondence and
1.J and anecdotes the mayor's mementos surrounding them have in this

I office thinks MacArthur will findupeci.l1y served to establish a bond with
APRIL 5th THRU APRIL llth i i Off
interesting are forwarded him.And
In case yon didn't knowit to the general. like grandmothers every- quietplace
there are seven wordsIn Records kept by Mrs. Kendrick where who keep tabs on important
-'- and Mr*. West indicate that over family dates, they rememberedhim
SUN. : plA :B ivrLWDo the English language 26,000 persona have visited the on his birthday Jan. 26 witha ...

4RJ)(' ..1H"RP containing all five vowel museum since it was opened in personal card. Few kept a more
MON I' wKicr'nitnl/AitNs(' facetious, encouraging, February.The vieitorshave come anxious vigil during his recent

instantaneous, abstemious, from 22 foreign countries and 42 illness.
disadvantageous, effica.clous states The next red,letter day on 1 1r
TUES. their calendar is May 30 when
.
and importunate r r
i Portrait Llf.-Slse the general i is expected to be on l1
The S In Winston S. V
WED m _UrtlU' IIUINMJIM. ) "Is the general here?" a tiny hand for the formal dedication of : I
Churchill stands for Spencer girt inquired of the hostesses st the memorial They're hoping to
If you see a flashor \ y C7 the memorial the other day cement the bond then by meeting

bolt of lightning you're t "No.he'* not here"her teacher him personally a book

......,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,, In luck victim never interjected. may
see the bolt that hit "Oh yes he is." another child
them interrupted enthusiastically "I MOVING TO FLORIDA? be read
"
Lowest Rales Bonded Drlv.
jSa him in there. -
In real estate the word .4-; The life-sited i portrait on the era, Modem Equipment. S.pis
I I. VALUE unless that can
THUR. there I I. value In the deal VITH THEIR HERO, Vr Paul \\l km Ceil ,Vat.irlhur i in that kind of reaction from many '**: 2001 Ibs. 4M llM.eostyoe .
where la the advantage P Btfjf flank p. lurt of Douglas i
of the children who visit the
free
memorial kutlJiif, coatjoa ;you
FRI. ? For true value shrine daily, according to the
New York $201.2 U6Z.40
consult with an agent two hostesses.
SAT. hod Mx rmr Nary DhonSf from VIVIAN OGG. Real. BY LORETTA COUREAS "It's wonderful to seethe children'a Chkare IIOIJO $162.40; from fear
(
Cleveland $19,M 135t,2t
W.wuwW rwsKt tor, 821 Fifth Ave. So., Norfolk Ledger-Star faces as they enter the
and 'learn how much more NORFOLK Na. (AP) To Southern gentlewomenwho room where the portrait bangs," Serving all or1b.r. points You MM)' June |IIII twrl| in hit

can buy for the mon. \\ dream of eavesdropping are helping the Mrs. kendrick added. "They and Florida iswtudinf Naples, quid place inii:y lill! fj-but
you stand in awe and sty: 'There he Fort Mjere, Piinta Gorda, hare 1It\'I'r.I'n'll it.ft herein
do that.
soldier
old jut
nation's celebrated
eyl! More money Is lost molt II,'"
Charlotte Hatbor, Sarasota this jx-nct'fnl perm, ready
In amateur deals than will Comments and reactions from the rel'pleho mil
for l ix
rind hook tli.ithai
on
etc Write for rate and coat ) ti
ever be regained. Let eI'p.rl.n,1 his memorial building here reach the ear of Gen. Douglas Dedication Soon rrtimatr from say city te freed 1 man thousands

and expertise Mac"Arthur v .isIrs, pjndrtdfe P The dominating portrait i* any Florida point or call eoliMt from Tear sod" '<>rr)"-lias
West ., Paul1.. Kendruk.
.n.Ir.
V1'IANoee.
at riU'1I1I1I'1II n'nt.It'l1
serve you downtown :Norfolk; to -Phone 81Z.UU.TERMiNAL courage
d \ hottest tams in 2 Die In MiamiAs
oa + vn"4C The tao women are and Ktmijrlli tu fonunl.
Call MI 2-474 and <
0> DRI1r a li't' tt' \av 1IflLUBtUJo at the recentlv-optneJ Vrtl .uMemorial house memorabilia. associatedwith VAN ONES !gn
see how easy and convenient the fi\e-t general, whose Car Collides It ran ili" thiN fur'ntt.
Tht\ man the ..eU I -'ne 121 *ta Street soup
It can be. mat for the mj cir the itt am mother Mar\ Pinckney Hardy, St. PeUrsbin. Florid<< The plate is I the Christian:
TrainMIAMI
w..- a :Norfolk- resident With FEC SciriHi: Itcjiilinir.Jtoow: the

(AP>- An 18.year.old bonk, :Science snit llialth
Greet EveryoneBoth boy and a 2O.year-old girl were wills Key tu the Scriptures
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135 Hear Candidates Sunday. April 5, 19U COLLIER COUNTY SEWS 3



GOP's Hit At Democrat SI NSI1INE St 1MIEX{ OFFMls AIONEY SAVING

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135 Republl, ins break. should not be used to I''i', off
fasted together Saturday morning political debts," he said F,'stcr 1.
at the Beach Club Hotel and also favored better sen >ols, .+il.i.11
heard speeches from Republican "more tax money,If necessary,"
candidates running (for national and took a stand the ('hb,
state and county offices.H. should be open 12 months ,.,I the
B. "Bob" Foster, Fort year. "A business cannot be op.

Myers Beach, a candidate for erated successfully on .i nine. _
governor! Claude Kirk, Jackson. month basis." ..1..1e4a
vllle, a candidate for U.S.Senate; Steele's opening remark ,dealt
and John Steele, candidatefor with publicity: In Saturda) \I1rn.
U.S. Congressman, were the ing's papers of court act), against .
out.of.town speakers him clalmlngdefriiidl' set.
i
Murphy Combs, candidate for thing an estate. He stained the!
judge action as "politics w.p rkl-g: a -
county ; Charles R. Mc.
Cool, candidate for supervisorof against him" and urged vote s U.S. CHOICE / ;;
registration; S. B. Allendorf, "to refrain from makingaJudge 4 i
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candidate for tax collector; and ment until the results art in." ... ..)
Doyle Kopp, candidate for school Most of Ms talk centered on SHOULDER
board Dlst 4, all spoke briefly. criticism of the nation's fi, reign: LAMB

Mrs. Mildred Wenzel,Republl. policy."Ineffective, Inconsistent, KRAFT
can state committeewoman,acted and one ofappeasement"washls- \ 59c
as master of ceremonies, Intro. description of the nation1 Tor. CHOPS
duclng the speakers. elgn policy. a : fUUOUAM ,lb.
Combs, the lead off speaker, Kirk stressed need forprcser. _
referred to the battle the local vatlon of "our free enterprise
candidates are having trying to system", more Jobs In FloridaIn
get on the ballot and assured the aerospace programa n d
listeners their names will be claimed the United States doesn't CENTER SIGHT I TK.I. ? the promenade of the MAYONNAISE LAMB TASTYI
on It at election time. have a foreign policy He re. The
New York State theater/ Manhittin i Lincoln Center
Allendorf, looked over the big lated personal knowledge of South will dance rlct.la, mUI'elll' and operetta .'
theater atagl limit. VyitlvSiJ'J; urth M
turnout and said there Is evl. American problems gained: by 39c69e
dence a two-party system existsIn visits there In which the national PATTIESCHOICE
Collier County.McCool said he foreign policy had failed. "Our Ib.
Is a candidate because he wantsto business is America," he said, End Long DeadlockIn
see that errors In registering "to preserve free enterprise,
voters are eliminated, and that and Individual rights to choosea
no voter Is to be deprived of business or profession" At
his right of fr nchlse. Kopp gave this time he was criticising for. Panamanian RowB
FRESH GROUNDCHUCK
his qualifications to serve on elgn policy activities at the ex.
the School Board, stating he had pense of "American rights."
JOHN M. IIIGIITOWER This gave an opening tor me.
two masters In Les Hern, chairman of the Re.
degrees, one
school administration, plus nine publican Executive Committee, AP Diplomatic Affairs. Writer dial Ion by Juan Bautista de La. b.
WASHINGTON (AP) The valle, chairman of the OAS
years experience as a school spoke briefly on the job ahead
for local candidates and had a United States and Panama are Council Associates said he had
man. "thank you" for the large turn. moving quickly to restore nor. worked In secrecy until he final.
WANTS ECONOMY out for the breakfast and the mal diplomatic relations and ly had an agreement nailed
Foster the candidate for gov. meeting. are expected to open talks soon down and notified the OAS of CHOICE GRINDING'
ernor, spoke our for "economyand on their differences over the his success only Friday, two
honesty"in state government, Panama Canal. hours before the accord was lES.S"JI'i3OE 7ge
and strongly supported a stand Episcopal Church A new agreement pledgingthem signed. It was signed for the CUBES lb.
that the road department be taken to work out a "Just and United States by Ambassador
out of politics. "The department Services Listed fair" settlement was concludedat Ellsworth Bunker and for Panama .

--- a meeting of the Organization by Moreno.
Rev. Richard T. Lambert,rec.
of American States. Friday. The agreement was markedly
tor of .
Trlnlty.by.the .Cove Episcopal
Appeals AgendaThe Church, announces the It finally brought to an end the different from the one announcedby
schedule for today,April 5. There crisis in U. .-Panama relations the OAS March 15, which U.S. CHOICE
Board of which began three months ago never became effective becauseof
Zoning Appeals will be a celebration of Holy
will meet at 9:3 0 a.ni,Tuesday, Communion at 8 a.m.1; Holy Com. with an argument over flying a dispute between the United nei af .
April 7, to consider the follow. munlon and sermon at 9:13 a.m. flags In the Panama Canal Zone States and Panama over Inter. CHOPPEDSIRLOIN / t
and Into mob violencethat pretatlon.
erupted
Ing agenda: and morning prayer at 11 a.m. r
1Appeal No. 108 (continued), There wUl be only one coffee cost more than a score of The new agreement directs
from E.E. Bailey. Re: Rear.yardvariance hour between the latter two ser. lives. Relations between the Anderson and his Panamanian
(east sideof 333 square vices. The congregation and vlsl. countries were severed Jan. 17. counterpart to begin Immediate
feet at sixth Street, South, and tors are Invited to this fellow President Johnson said the ly "the necessary procedures
11th Avenue,South. day of agreement was "a great with the objective of reaching
2_ Appeal No. 112 from John R. ship.Rev.. Lee Hanes will celebrate day for the American people, a Just and fair agreement which 1 1 ;
Satterfield, Re: Rear.yard var. Holy Communion In Coodland at for Panama, for all the Western would be subject to the constl. l

lance of b feet, Lot 2, Block H, 10 a.m. In the Mission of Our Hemisphere. and for all free tutlonal" processes of each coun.
try.
Unit 1, The Moorings (Crayton Savior. dum-lovlng people everywhere. PATTIES
Road "Panama can be confident, as In the case of the United
)
we are confident," Johnson told States, that simply means thatIf
Need 2,000 Live Latin American ambassadorsand revisions In the 1903 canal
Lineback Talks U.S. officials at the White treaty are agreed on-and wide
Coral Snakes For House In late afternoon, "thatwe changes have been demandedby
At Jay bee Meeting each desire an agreementthat Panama-they will be subjectto
. h" w Serum Research action by the U.S. Senate.
protects the interests and
. all 1 | : <, : ,
f '' |3nrt4cl dealer recognizes the needs of both our The March 15 agreement had 89e
mobile) accessory ant SILVER SPRINGS (AP) nations. contained a provision that the
chairman of the Naples Jaycees About 2,000 live coral snakes In After the agreement had been United States and Panama _
seatbelt and safety light commute assorted sizes are needed for signed with considerable fan. would "carry out discussionsand
?" spoke to members of antl-snakeblte serum and re. fare, Johnson spoke by tele. negotiations" on their dlf.
the Naples Jaybees at theli regular search snake specialist Ross phone with President Roberto ferences. This wording does not _
meeting Thursday night, Allen said Saturday. Chlarl of Panama.A appear In the new understand.
Only professional snake hunt. few hours later Panama Ing which has been made effec.
outlining plans for the sale of DEL MONTE
and belts the ers should take on the Job, Allen named Miguel Moreno Jr., Its tlve by both sides Its omissionIs
lights safety by said. Coral snakes are highly ambassador to the Organizationof a key to the success of the
Jaycees.The venomous and should never be American States, as Its new latest round of negotiations on
safety devices will be hunted or handled by Inexpert. envoy to Washington restoring normal relations be.
sold this week and next Satur- enced persons. Johnson Is expected to an tween the two countries.The TUNA
day. Jaycees assisted by the Allen said he appealed to nounce a new ambassador to trouble earlier was that I
Jaybees will Install the seat more than 200 snake hunters In Panama In a day or so. Indlca. Chlarl had Interpreted the com. 0
belts and lights free of chargeon central Florida. tlons are the appointment will go mltment to discuss and negotiate .
purchasers'cars In the park- The coral snake Is found In all to Jack Hood Vaughn, 43, Latin. as a firm commitment by -
Ing lot at the rear of the post areas of Florida, but the Ocala. American director of the Peace Johnson to rewrite the 1903 trea. 4 Tv
Marlon County accounts ty. .994 -
area
office, Charles Holt, presidentof Corps who has had long experience -
for most of those captured alive. In International affairs and ,
the Jaybees said. 1
service In Panama.
some I
The President already has Thresher Sinking

designated Robert A. Anderson,
NO JOB TOO BIG Report( Prepared
a Texan who was secretary of

OR TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE the Treasury In the Eisenhower HIGHLAND, Wash (AP) A
C .. administration, to serve as a report on the cause of the fatal 3 894Stokely's
9 special emissary seeking an plunge of the atomic subma Derby's Corned Beef HASH CAN
Slue 1919 "" end to the differences betweenthe rlne Thresher last year Is being ,

two countries. prepared for public release,
MEANSRELIABILITY
: deadlock, which sev.
The long
John Conway, executive dlrec.
eral times had seemed finally close was to tor of the Joint Congressional Del Monte Spinach 4 CANS 59cf !

broken a breakthrough, It appeared, by the con- said Committee on Atomic Energy, PING 3 1 5 ? 89c I

TOM LOGAN PLUMBING dilatory public: statement John. The Friday.Navy now is deleting 3
son made March 21 and the re. classified Stokely's Fordhook Derby's Potted Meat 6 CANx49c
material from the re.
465 Fifth Are, So i
Phone
Ml 2-2923 or MI 2-4102 sponslve declaration three days port, said Conway \
later Chlarl. '
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SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1964 In rabbits to see If it can be
WASHINGTON (AP)-In the used to make humans Irrmurv
news from Washington as cowpox Is used in proUuctio'

I Something On The Bright Side For A ChangeOddballs i JOBS and unemployment Although employmentrose fell last of Dr.smallpox William vaccine J. Brown, chief

month, the seasonally adjusted of the Public H-:uch; Service
/ / Jobless rate remained at 5.4 per venereal dlse...ei branch told '
did should ) cent of the work force. House Appropriations subcommlttee .
where the
make the news, declares the say onion go. of
In changes that the Bureau
o Feb. 19 the rabbit studies
St. Augustine Record. We think this is a A baseball player who gets $50,000a aEc Labor statistics said Friday have given the quest for syphllb\

fortunate circumstance, for usually the year has been offered a $3,000: bonusif were about as expected, em. protection "somewhat different
he will his down he ployment rose 500,000, unem. emphasis than In the past."
oddball does something that allows John keep weight so ployment dropped 200,000 and His testimony was made pub.
Q Public, harried on all sides by trials can play better. He graciously acceptedthe the labor force Increased lie Saturday.

and tribulations, to laugh. Newspapers offer (This guy is REALLY big.) 300,000. of "We are now undertaking experiments .

should carry this sort of news, for a good, A criminologist warns that kids who I i io' 13 Hardcore weeks or more unemployment rose 150,000to treponema to cunlcull determine, If which the

solid belly laugh is hard to come by are spanked for being naughty may 1.3 million. causes syphilis In rabbits, can
these days. grow up to become murderers. (Leave ;' TRADE STATUS The admin' be used to produce Immunity to
istration notified Congress
The Record quotes these recent newsworthy 'em unspanked and they may grow up that It plans has to grant Yugoslaviaand the causes treponema human pallldum syphilis, "which'
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items that wera printed: to be insufferable as well as murderers.) Poland the same trade advantages said.

Doctors have discovered that hus- In Illinois a coed nosed out a cow It gives to Its allies.
The action clears the way for
BOWLES: Chester= Bowles,
bands and wives can be allergic to each in a spirited race for campus charity restoration of most.favored-na. U.S. ambassador to India, pre

other (THIS is a discovery?) The MDs queen (Nothing beats a pretty girl tlon status to the two East Eu. diets India will outstrip Red

blame such things as dandruff and face not even a pretty cow) ropean Communist nations. The China In the development race
trade concessions were taken
t between the two Asian giants
powder (Weve heard that strange lip- These items may not be earth-shat f -: from them by Congress In an "I'd certainly bet on India

stick marks will) do it, too) tering in Importance, but just to know r amendment to the 1962 Trade against China as far as develop.

A college professor announces it is that such oddball things still occur in J Expansion Act. merit Is concerned" Bowles told
Last December under admin
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: a National Press Club luncheon
now possible to earn a doctor of philoso- this land of ours makes one realize that :_ Istratlon prodding, Congress Thursday, He Is In Washington

phy degree without taking a course in the country can't be all bad. agreed to restore the trade briefly for consultations
benefits to the two countries If
philosophy, Well, (Cj just| as long as it But here's an even odder thing. A the President found It In the national .

doesn't spread to medical schools or bar newspaper that printed any great amountof Interest. Don't cut the climate It
these little of oddballery would VACCINE Scientists search. probably doeiut like you any
gems
bercolleges.)
better than you like It
Ing for a vaccine against
Cleveland, Ohio, learned almost soon have few, if any, readers. People syphilis are studying a disease -Don Marquis

simultaneously from two U. S. govern- actually prefer to read bad news. This

ment bureaus that (1)(I ) it has a higher annual was proven by the late William Randolph 4 .

family income than New York, Chi- Hearst, who built a newspaper empireon .. GRAB SATIN

cago or Detroit and ((2)) its bankruptcycases scare headlines and 99Va% bad news. nossioti l HIM: CRlVE EDUCE

have increased 1,000 per cent in The other one-half per cent consisted of CRATES VALE ?

15 years. (More money to go bankruptwith comics and letters to the editor (Well, I ACROSS 28 Caviar HAP.ROVE.E.R5

by golly) maybe those figures aren't exact, butthey're This Is CountyGovernment 1. Late mack 29: Cone I T I :S .11 A R 5...
close) Subbing For BoyleBy 4. Shade tree 30 Fixed VENUS N A T U K E.
between two pretty
An argument gourmetsover Week 7 Inlet charge E. R E NOW. L V N E. L
whether the onion in a hot dog But if we Americans ever forget to 11, Fortify 31. Droop .. G RIP.I B t 5 A

sandwich should go on top of or under l laugh at ourselves or with someone WHEREAS, the Honorable HAL BOYLEBy 12. River: Sp 32 Pagan 0 R C 0 G R E TOT

the wiener) ended in a brawl and a lawsuit else we've just about come to the end Farris Bryant Governor of the 13. Seed 35.34. Chemical'Buttons'P A L AS. E N 5 I L E
of the State of Florida has Issued a coating E L E MI.l S T E. ED.
(Sorry, friends, the judge never row. Proclamation setting aside the JAY WEST ly Inclined toward drunkenness 14 Crystallized luITu: NEWTS sow 5 ..
week of April 6-10, 1964 as Editor and Publisher It's just that the alcohoUsoaked carbon 36 Blackbird
..
;' '\ Laurel Leader Call chinaberries are the only foodIt 16. Drip 37. Domino SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
t .GOVERNMENT
4 7' .. >t. : "COUNTY LAUREL Miss. AP If can find. 17 Anarchist '0. Provoke
.,."..... ...f::i' ;,. (f.t; ._ nnnon...__....,.., ... .. WEEK", andWHEREAS see a drunken, robin( )-reeling you The chlnaberry tree Is a 18 Fish 44 Helm 49. Anier 4. \\'ear away.
said Proclamation around In your yard these native of the Southern states 20. Trite position general \\airrfall
oils public attention to spring days, please take It Into and Mexico. In its wild state, 22. Commit 45 Compete DOWl6.. Dressmaker .
the achievements of county your house until it sobers up It seldom grows north of the perjury) with I. Stripling
government administered by the and can resume Its flight northward southernmost Tennessee line 26. Four,Inch '6. DMngbird 2. Bombyx 7. Biblical l.pymtasure
tl= H'Cl l. . . .. .. various Boards of County Com- That is why most bird lovers in 47 Legal paper 3. Flower thai 8. Seaweed
mlssloners and further encourages It Is likely Intoxicated with the North have never seen a 27 Thoroughfare 48 Obsolete never fades: 9. By way of
The the citizenry to visit the fermented Juice around drunken robin. The chlnaberry : abbr. railways poet. 10. Wapiti
Direct RouteA their local Courthouse seeds from the chlnaberry tree. Is cultivated in a lot of Southern 15 Pinochle
County to
I Z J of 5' 1"0
The seeds an encased with yards as an ornamental tree score
career woman Is one who toes out observe the duties services
pulpy covering and It Is this and because of its shade 19. Owing
heavy
and earns a man's Instead
It IJ
salary of stay- and functions of Its several II /
'Cl 'Cl Ing home and taking it away from Mm that ferments and causes So, kind sir, If you will,please 20 Foot tar
departments
enough alcohol to put red robin pick up the robin after Its year 14 15 I I' t Tight t
Sandwiched In-Between -THE CRAIG (COLO) EMriRE-COL'RIEB NOW THEREFORE, BE IT on a Jar.When ly binge and let it sober up until First

6 Prosperity Is that fleeting Interval between County Commissioners of Collier start reeling It loses wing It should be protected because ////h I'V: / / 25. Snares
the last Instalment and the next Second Childhood County Florida that It power and (Is a likely prey for it has the strongest personality t0 tl/ V--'l 11 ZJ 14 Zf 27 Accept
down.payment.MOKEIUAD) -'. DO AND DOES HEREBY extend natural enemies-.cats an4 dogs. of .all birddom, despite its V/: : 30 Fish i
I ::.-. (N.C.. .) CABTERET. COUNTY e r One of our present troubles seems to a cordial Invitation to the) In defense of the. drunken spring toddy. I' 17 u 3tEC Uz
NEW.TIMESa be that too many adults and not enough citizens and visitors of Collier robin It should be told that for John Burroughs, the naturalist .
children believe In Srnta Claus. most of the described JO 'I 33 Bare
it -trI year It feeds sober. It as the "most f
the
County to visit Gov-
County :
-THE DANVILLE (VA.) COM MKRCIAL APPEAL ly on seeds from dogwood, native and dlm.:>cratlc" of all 34 Steps
ernment Center, East Naples, choke berries, juniper berries birds In the United Slates The Jl 54 37. Rabid
Florida, and Its several departments and small fruits. robin's song is pleasant and 38 October
during "COUNTY But when time comes for the highly\ varied.In [ JS' J' r. rfuuallzt
GOVERNMENT WEEK", April spring trip from south to north, the North, in the summertime .
.others' say 6-10, 1964.E about all that is (left Is the It Is seen singly, or near J1 Ja JI 40 41 41. 4' 41 :Nothing
ITEMS CLIPPED FROW OTHER PUBLICATIONS IT FURTHER RESCLVED chinaberry Spring rains have Its mate, hunting for the early 44 qJ 4' 42' Institute
that certified I copies 01 tnls soaked the berries. The warm worm. But In the winter it suit
Canada Shows the WayWhile Resolution be furnished the sun has fermented them. travels to the Gulf Coast whereit 1"1 4' 4' Supplement
news media the Chambers of Some bird watchers are of the lives with big, friendly flocks
opinion the robin Is not natural in the piney woods. POI lime! :24mn. *, N..I..?,..
others hemmed, hawed and a truce of three months-and that Is no Commerce and the civic clubs
Canada took mean achievement It will the of Collier f lor Ida.
hedged, came forward and prevent County ---- -- -
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the lead In raising an international Creek majority from slaughtering the DONE AND ORDERED In regular --
force for Cyprus It demonstrated again Turkish minority on Cyprus and avert session this( the 24th day <=1 n
a collision between Greece and Turkeya
the readiness of our neighbor to the clash which would have blown up of March. A.D. 1964. t torical COLLIER COUNTY & SOUTH WEST FLORIDA
north to act at I time of crisis and to the Mediterranean end of NATO. It will crv V
serve the good cause of international give both sides time to cool their passions BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS By KURT CRIESSUA.RPP r.-:tItItItI.tI"II.IIIIIIII.II"-: -: -: : : : : : : :

peace and to seek a negotiated solution, OF -
With the financial contributions COLLIER COUNTY --- --- --
There la little likelihood that a solution -
pledged by the United States and Britain will come within the three-month FLORIDA
and the forces which may now flow period. In the event it does not the UN THE RETURN OF
from Canada example, a United Nations force will still be there, Axed in Its positions Dewey pony JUAN PONCE Jo LEON
army may soon be on its way to and available for continued ChairmanSTATE *
the slrife-riddcn island In the Mediterranean service for an indefinite period of time. MAP SHOWING THE BAY '
I 1U immediate aim Is to achieve -N.u> York Herald Tribune OF PONCE do LEON 1536 iJ

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U Schoolmaster From the SouthSenator COUNTY OF OF FLORIDA COLLIER) ) ,

J, Margaret T. Scott Clerkof
the Circuit Court In and for 'rA
Fulbright's review of one section isolated from the other.
said
County and State do here-
foreign policy has made a large We would incline to say that he by certify that the foregoing

splash. This is because no one else had underestimated the need for is a true copy of the Resolu-

performing a similar function. keeping up pressure on Cuba despite tion adopted by the Board of *
Secretary Rusk is the most anony the allies of the United States County Commissioners on the eAke

mous Secretary of State in recent who do not agree. We would be 24th day of March, 1 1364 and ...

memory. His impress on public glad to see President Johnson agreeto appears In Minute Book T of !

opinion is close to nil. President negotiate a revised treaty with said Board. 't' .
Johnson is feeling his way into Panama which gets everyone out of Given under my hand and PONCE d. LEON PARUCe .

partly unfamiliar matters. He fields the present dispute between discuss official seal at Naples Florida WOUNDED 1521 a I "-

questions well in his talks with the and negotiate-but does not commit this the 30th day of Mardi.

press but offers no really satisfy ( the United States to any par A.D., 1964. 1- .
ing or thorough review of any titular revision. The senators posi Margaret T, Scott, Clerk 4 IYCATAN

policy. And certainly not of all tion on Vietnam, which Is to work Otesuilti.

major policies, as the chairman of harder along present lines before

the Senate Foreign Relations Com attempting to negotiate, and cer

mittee has now done. tainly not to withdraw is a reason
BE A 'FRIEND'TO
Senator Fulbright has therefore able one.

extended his neck like the southern His warning that communismcan YOUR LIBRARY .-. r

schoolmaster as someone called no longer be dealt with at a I Elated with success, Juan dreamed of of
him. He has given a thorough review unified world system but has Ponce de Leon was receivedby gold and sliver.t'nfortunately, a conquest kets. As the soldiers found the shores of Florida.

with pros, cons, alternatives broken into many pieces of varying .,,/ the Royal Court In SpainIn for the expedition themselves surrounded, they
and his own crisply formulated commitment is sensible. Different 1514. several Spanish slav found It advantageous to cut The location of this settle-
decisions COLLIER COUNTY NEWS short the handles of their hal ment was Indicated on the later
covering the major sections should be treated differ Now the Mngempov eredhini ers had gone up the best Coast berd
hotspots like Panama Cuba, Vietnam ently. It is intelligent to work and MICHAEL CHANCE Ed't..Publ ihor to settle "the Island of Bimini of Florida In the preceding j. Spanish maps as "La Punta
and policy toward Communist watch for changes in favor THOMAS HAVER: Anocnt. Ed,tor and the Island of Florid.". looting and (Several genuine cut short Juan" or the Point of Juan.
our kidnapping
as yean
MARSHALL WYATT Adv M.n>|or halberds/ are on display In the The name San Ybel or Sanl-
countries. By its vigor of opinion it well as those against. We would be DAVID MERMANJON. Cire D Juan Ponce settled his daughters Indians. This aroused the Cal- I
rtctorMRS In Historical Society cases.) bel. given by Juan to the Island -
challenges counterattack. more wary than he seems to be, less LOUISE DAUB Off,co Mr, marriage built a gorgeous uses, under their Cacique Cal- The arrows. new like hail, was applied to Cuba from
Ther is some argument whetherhe realist and more of what he dis PETER: : MUTTS, Clo,..f,od Mir villa In Porto Rico and ooj, to fight against\ any of the and despite Juan Ponce wearing then: on 'tU Its
1521 present name.
Publ) .d do by gave serious
ly oictpt Monday thought terrible
is running interference for an paragingly calls "moralist"ftghting and Saturday. In the afiornoon by (0 a new expedition. strangers. closed armor an arrow But today the Island of Ponce's
evolving administration policy persistently for convictionsmore tho Inc .Co lt I or betty County Avtnut Publ th South rj. Co No: From hU personal corres- off Upon Sanlbel the Island arrival the of the ships found Its way through a jointof Ill-fated settlement has Its original -

which wants to be bolder but isn't than yielding to the moment' plot 10.. un.Flo JJ940 Mad I o4clro a P. OI.phono pondence with the Emperor fled In terror. Indians his armor. name, "Sanlbel".

ready to be The answer might go actualities. Midway 21JT for ell :Charles \ of the Holy Roman The colonists now landed and Eelng wounded, he now ordered Just where on San1be1 the original -
either way. We are inclined however But the value of the Fulbright d.parlm.nts.5ub.arlptlon. . Empire Juan Ponce mentioned started to erect huts. Several all the colonists back to settlement was located we
to think this is mostly pure lecture is its honest desire to shake Rato financing the entire first hundred warriors undertheCa- their ships do not know. Perhaps our European -
Fulbright. He has a record of Americans out of reflex preconceived odY.lICa.1)1 carne or mill payable In| expedition and his present one ctqueCaloos charged across the On the beach the triumphant trip this coming summer

speaking out, agree,:: or disagree, notions and force them to Ona Via 111 Sx Month i'.99. at hU own personal cost. palmetto fields toward, the set Calusai their victorious must have been giving will uncover an old map or document -
with statesmanlike motive and a consider fresh facts and think them Th'.a Months $375 This second expedition "was" tlers. Powerful warriors war cries as In the archives.
,.. the ships sailed back for Thus
M.mber of Tho Aloocatad P .. Cuba. we will leave the sub-
high level of responsibility. out. This is a valuable service and whIch; an"Uad .clu.y.l to 'haUII an entire community including Melded terrible weapons' such Juan Pence lived only ject of Ponce de Leon for
long the
The speech should not be judged on that most Americans who workat .....for mama, r.publoclIon p"nled ,n this of, all p.per loco 01t I In. i 1 blacksmiths friars wlv1 as the Calusa war clubs which enough to make his last hill time and discuss Buccaneers
on the basis of coal > oil AP n.*. d,opolchot. es of soldiers and herds of ere studded I,Ith catfish barbs
fragments or any being citizens, would agree and testament His body was and Pirates who Inhabited our
nttrtd II tocond tin noitor ol i cattle, sheep, swine and Valuable : of Indians fell
ozens under
Ih. Port carried his Tills in San -
-Chiltflon, Sciatica Monl.f Off co ot Naples Fiords' to Juan. Naples Collier County area
I b' I., Act ot March 5. in;. horses. The soldiers the. volley' of the Spa:ilsh[ us- Thus ended the first colony on In bygone days.bt .

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d E C CN EWS BY DIANE BOWERS, q For Good Things To Eat"


w'\.o'stt: ..:" ."-.. ......- '<, ... p1
We Give TOP VALUE STAMPS
The school children at the David over the Easter Holi-
Tommie Barfleld Elementary days. Bonnie Is attending the
School are very happy with University Florida InGainesvllle. s gtsMMJ.w
the swings that have been re ,
paired. Mt, and Mrs Ed Rhoden and .... I.
Debbie and Diana Mlllarns, sons Eddie and Tony from Naples -
daughters of Mr and Mrs. J.C spent Sunday with Mrs. )
Brawner of Goodland, will represent Rhoden's parents,Mr.and Mrs.
T.B.S. in the County Richard Addison.Congratulatloml. i
Spelling Contest at Evergladeson ) to Mr. and
iJ April 7, Debbie, being the Mrs. Bob Kerr, who Just celebrated oti .

champion and Diana,the runner their. 26th wedding anniversary XXCEU.C FREE -

up.Belated congratulations! to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patrick! CURRIER IIYESDINNERWARE
Mr and Mrs. Roger Johnson, have returned home after Paige EBectire Alai 6 M !
_who celebrated their 34th wed- spending the winter at Marco.
ding anniversary on March 23. STORE HOURS -I
Mr. and Mrs. Garland TOP HONORS RMM! Valuable Coupons [Ir-
OPEN 'TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS
Fowler daughter Leonaandtwo Friends here are particularly From Came & I," Dinaertvan
and happy to know that Jean, OPEN TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI.
grandchildren, Scheryl Booklet YM RtetIY" In The Mail
TO AFRICA I CMC Steve from Miami spent Sun the granddaughter of Frank OPEN TIL 7.00 PM SAT. '
Murtrli Codify 46 "n the saw day visiting with Mr. and Mrs. and Helen Caroll. won top honors FREE This Week!
Doyle Doxsee and Mr.Bill Cook. at Winter Haven's Cypress I
US ambassador to the Republic Gardens Show, being o..tfty RMhdan" CURRIER t IVES
of the Congo Godlcy who enter
ISLANDER chosen among stiff competition
ed the foreign' service 'in 1941 COFFEE CUP .
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lyon as Miss Cheerleader U.S.A. ,
succeeds Edmund Cullion
left for their home In Mill- The Carolls are now homedat
brook N.Y.. Monday, after Ft. Wayne. Ind., after win- QUICK FROZEN SPRING
2 Cars DamagedIn spending two months at the Islander tering here.
Intersection Motel. Mr. and Mrs.Charles Wet- r r
Mr, and Mrs. I, Homrich zel left Monday for their homeIn
Accident Here left Wednesday to return home Mlllmont. Pa. LAMB SALE a a .
The Stouts' Port Marco home
Frederick B. Kieckefer Jr. after vacationing In Florida for
18, of Lexington, Ky., and Mrs. four months, two months of is occupied for now by Jerry
Noami W. Fuller River Park which were spent at the Islander and Mary Stout and Jay. Their QUICK nOUN 4QUARE CUT SHOULDER / / J
apartments had a collision at Motel. twin boys. Stanley and Steve,
8:35: a.m. Saturday morning at Mr. and Mrs.David Wood and were left home with grand- .
the corner of Galleon Drive and family Ann and lisa, from Ply- parents in Thornvtlle. Ohio. Lomb Roost ". 29c -
Lantern Lan. Mrs. Fuller was mouth, Mich., arrived Saturdayat Mr. and Mrs Wesley Paine .
driving east on Galleon and the Islander to spend a few left Wednesday morning for _
Kieckefer south on Lantern Lane.
days with Mr and Mrs. George their home In Bellealr Mich.
Kleckerfer was driving the ear QUICK nOUN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER
Wood who have been spendingthe Last-day visitors were Fort
of his father, Frederick B.
Kieckefer Sr. of the Isles of winter here. They are enjoying Myers Recreational Director Breast, Drumeticks or Thighs
Capri. Damage was estimatedat the fishing, shelling, and Howard Vanta and wife and LumhChops..39c :
$100 to each car. Officer our nice beach. brother Harold Vanta and two ,
Gary D. Young made the Investigation The Marshall Halls from ahlldren from Muskegon Mich.
for the Police Department. Casco, wise., left for Miami Grover and Lillian Myers of
Damage amounting to$50tothe today to board a plane for home. Basehor Kansas visited Mitchell
car belonging to Joel Metts, Rt. The Halls have been at the Islander and Laura Cummins, ; ''TOP'' Y a IU ''SIAMP S. e
1, Naples was caused Friday even. five months andhavehada Wheeler McMillan retiredof
Ing when the brakes) gave way ''
wonderful time. Their daughter Farm Journal Magazine visited 'Vour
on his car as he slowed downto ,Private Nest Eggf
park'at the Fish House Din. and son-in-law and granddaughter Dottle Cooney one day this
log room. Damage to the building Mr. and Mrs. Peter week, McMillan being a former
was also estimated at $50. Reid, and Ann, flew down to neighbor in Ada Ohio. SAVI 7< ASST. COLORS NORTHERN JUMBO
drive the car home far them Mr. and Mrs. Newell McCon-
They enjoyed a week's stay at oughey, guests of the Islander Pk.
Towel I IOe
Correction On the Islander fishing and shelling Motel, had a fair catch of red- Limit Tfcrtt
and left Wednesday to see fish and trout Wednesday while

Court ReportA some of Florida before returnIng -' fishing with Capt. Bob Keer. SAVE *- GREEN GIANT SPEARS OF +M t .
home. We are happy to announce
mlx.up In handling of county Mand Mrs. Robert Grlffls that Ralph Elkins has officially 'IOie C d e t. a p R
records Monday caused an error of the Islander Motel enter- been appointed our new Asparagus Threelg
to appear In the NEWS story on tained for luncheon Sunday,Mr. Postmaster for Marco Post Office Limit
the weekly County Court session. and Mrs. Floy Foster and by the Post Office Depart
At Bolton, according to the record SAVE l 1U- DIXIE DARLING RYE
from
Leila Miami. Ralph and Lenin,
daughter ment.
and according to the NEWS,
was placed on probation follow Mr, and Mrs.Henry Poor,Mrs. Howard Buddy andTheresaEl- 16 ci. .. ", e +7rw 1
ing a charge of possessing al> Elsie Vogstod. klns are now living in the Post Bread leaf IDe t .
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chohol. In fact, however, the Mr. and Mrs. Ray HIgdon Office home.
finding In the_..fase jvai ot .from.St.Cnl.2c..Ylrgtn Islands. Ralph has been assistant R
fumy.1,' j visIted( rwlth, Mr. and Mrs. Rfc.>- for a number of SAVE) -DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON:: .
The NEWS is happy td make bert Griffis last week. firs. "
this clarification. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. HIg A small brush fire on Marco Buns r.33'e
don are aunts of Mrs...Robert beach was quickly spotted by .
EASY AS ABC Griffis and Elsie Vogstod.!: our new forestry service at
BURR TON, Kan. (AP) Mr. Uniit Two Of Your Choice
The Griffis' son Mike was Royal Palm Hammock and Justas CRISCO ASTOR'
Beatrice Blubaugh has no trouble
home over the weekend. Mikeis quickly put out.Brown
remembering her 1964 auto

license A chance number.distribution by the lege attending in Fort Myers.Edison Jr. Col

county tae office gave her Miss Bonnie Johnson visited
license No. 321 the same her family Mr. and Mrs. St. Petersburg .- E. Elza) C
number she had in 1963. Roger Johnson Margaret and C. Brown age 67, died here 24 0 24 01.
i Thursday April 2, In a local
hospital. He was born in El OIL SIZE SIZE
dorado ILL, coming to St. Petersburg 2 9c 25

REDUCED $3000 to sell NOWt there. 40 years ago from SAVE SAVE


NEW HOUSE OPPOSITE SECOND two Mr daughters Brown Is survived Mrs. Walter by IOc IO

FAIRWAY, BEACH CLUB COURSE Mrs.Roblson Raymond, Jr., St.Woodson.Petersburg Naples ,-

526 South GolfDrive, Naples Florida; five grandchildren -
Walter B. Robison III,

Robin Brown Robison Lee Roblson of St. Petersburg Ronald- In Our _' FROZEN, FOODSLIBBY'S

airftfebecca. : and Maureen GREEN CUNTCrtam I
Woodson of Naples; three sisters PRODUCEDEPT Style or Whole Kirnal FROZEN PINK OR REGULAR
,.,..+ Mrs. Marjorie Griffith
Drayton Plains Mich., Mrs. CORN (
e ". B*i' Dee Horn' Dearborn Mich., .
e -I 1I It : "'j Mrs. Allan Burroughs, El Se- Or CREEN GIANTPEAS LEMONADECan

gunda Calif.
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..-...-. 1'E.' Mr. Brown was preceded in
\ death by his wife, Maybel P. '
SALE Brown, who was killed in an
;, : automobile accident March 3, o tb J,: $irl
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.... 1964. IDeMcKENZIE
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: ., Funeral services will be held e 7-.
'. o.J. ', at Christ Methodist Chapel, St. } limit Sir
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Petersburg Monday morning, Yeor
April 6, at 10:30 o'clock. Interment -
will be in Royal Palm
dam A. FROZENBlcickeye
Cemetery.

2 bedrooms, 2 baths, den can be convertedto Pens 1 _-39'

third bedroom. Large living room and ALL ABOUT EIRE
LAGOS Nigeria (AP) Irish
porch. G. E. kitchen with all appliances. Ambassador Etmonn L. Kennedy Florida Vine RipeTOMATOES SINGLETON FROZEN GREENHeadless

Weathertron central air conditioning and heat. has resented a comprehensive 1 1.
election of books on Ireland to Shrimp" 33c
Now $26,900. Phone owner at MI 24577or Ahmadu Bello University in
Ziria, nctthem Niferia.
see your broker. "Theie volume form the
nucleus of a library on Ireland
Open Sunday 2 to 5 P.M. and they should be of real ute _
lo the students of your univer- '
airy," Kennedy tid. amy ttOCXER 'D'A"IRY
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Maybe... Completes Eye GlassesThe ProjectOn

I peals o'J jl American Legion Ala

Oysters Make .4' the jtlllary people ts extending Who donated thanks eye to i45.m

gee to be sent to Rehabilitation

Tempcrmental oyster make insure peace and quiet for the N'tef centers for the needy. This wi
pesrl, and pearl. make money oyster while he works The o-oJi/ a project sponsored by the Jan
for m.n. So man cultivates oyster creates a pearl by depositing c ri i': nlor members uwfor the leader
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ship of Mr Muriel
oyitert. nacre around a piece of .. Allbrlghu
JANE MARTIN The senior members
But oyster refuse to b* exploited polished shell placed in his By """ met Wed.
nesday night at the
and unless mm keeps flesh by the farmer ..v.. .. .. .. .. *, Vivian Hicks on home 11th Ave ofMr
their living conditions nesr-per- While the pearl grow the
that takes Mrs. William G. Tracy had a surprise meeting So. President Grace McCool re.
fect, they retsliate, either by process year the ported that 15 American
the
producing inferior stones or by oyater ia kept happy healthy, .d ether day with Marshall Fredericks, and since then would be donated by the awiUarv Digs
dying. clean and in quiet water of the Tracys and Fredericks have had a fine time reminiscingMr to the Everglades School Six
Japanese pearl farmers, whose proper temperature and salinity.
with studios in Stockholm, were given to the Naples Junior
Fredericks is sculptor
oystera produce most of the Vitamins, complex pipe systems a backto High School.
the world' cultured pearls, have whick keep underwater beds Sweden, and near Detroit, and the friendship dates Names of Girl State Candidates
become experts at oyater-pamper- clean and supply food, and school days in Bloomfield Hills, Mich Mrs. Tracy I Is were submitted. and win be an.
Ing. hospitals where the implant alumna of the Kingswood School and Mr. Tracy was nounced soon. Two girls from
But sometime the pampering operation ia performed are standard an Fred- the Junior class of Naples Senior
I I. not enough. Masayasu Kato, equipment on modern oyater graduated from the Cranbrook School where Mr. High School will be sent to Talla.
United States representative for farm,. ericks was his art instructor. hassee June 1249 for 1964 ces.
Japan'. cultured pearl induatry, Deapite the car oysters recetve Mr. Fredericks has received the craftsmans gold medal slon of Girl State All expense
reports that some sites of cub only about five per cent andIs will be paid from profits derived
tured pearl will be in short of the pearla harvested in a BROOKSIDE BOWL was packed Thurs ty. Part of the audience Is shown being awarded by the American Institute of Architects from participation with the Quar.
supply this year after four years typical year are good enough to entertained Bob broad- now doing one of the four permanent pieces of sculp- terback Club at the Football con.
day with ladies who turned out for by Holiday, cession stand. The Unit's
of unfavorable weather which be called gema. And in bad exhibited the New York World's Fair. He thank
lowered production. year, the crop fall\ of sharply the DuPont fashion display and varies way leading man. (NEWS photo) ture to be at Art go to the Quarterback club for
Everything possible I. done to a* the oysters refuse to produce. '' has also |just completed a piece for the Milwaukee the privilege of earning this


She Prayed For Help And Dorothy Metzger Museum.Outside of being a student and protege of the famed "April money.After the Fool"business games meeting were,

Lovcllncss Speaks April 18 Carl Milles, Mr. Fredericks was a close friend of the late played with all members present
.c; 1 for taking home a prize. Refresh
Eero Saarinen. And he has recently executed a commemorative

I II '.UooJ Mennonites Came To Aid At Woman's Club I medal to be used In the dedication of the tess ments, Mrs.were Hicks served, assisted by the hot.by

ftyMary JLjyctittvthM Dorothy Metzger, an artist Jefferson Memorial Arch In St. Louis designed by Saar. her mother, Mrs. Ethel Fager.
Bests Club Baty Sake HI.=-=783 WEST POINT, Ky. (AP-An helpless rebuild their homes. whose work has been compared inen. The next meeting will be at
CREMES FOR unusual kind of missionary work The men belong to the Men. Ethel Echols home on Pinel and
and nonlta Disaster Service favorably with the country'sforemost The Fredericks who have five children are vacationingat
BEAUTY BUILDUPSSome DREAM-ABOUT HAIR helped scrub away the mud a pub. Avenue. This will be Pan.Amerl..
emotional strain left by a spring lie help group founded 12 years flower painters' will the Marco Island Inn. can meeting and all members are
talon service, W* etat Just when be the featured speaker at the
say flood In this Ohio River town of ago. Their services are free and asked to wear costumes.
met II permanent WT. mart girls began sesrch-1' 2,000 population. the disaster work Is considered monthly meeting of the Naples NICE TO BE HERE
lug, bleaching or tinting lag for hair unguent; Twenty-five Mennonites com part of the religious sect's missionary Woman's Club, Wednesday. head north but thereare School MenusThe
when lots of people ,
Now is
deserve to be served! to archeologists find e. w blued their muscle and kindness program. April 18, at 2:30 p.m.Characteristically.
healthy hair only! That' "ancient" evidence everyday with tools supplied by the Red Mrs. Henry Madden pointedto Independent others, along with we natives, who consider this the menu for the coming
why many patron re. It'. safe to say aromatic Cross to clean 22 houses and a the hlgh'Water mark' in her ,Mrs,Metzge r made a European very best time of the year to be in Naples. Mr. and Mrs. week at Shadow lawn School:
three-fourths of the) living room and saldt 'I prayedfor
quire a "beauty build-up" hair oil and special town church had after been forced to flee the help, and these Mennonitescame. trip on her own. Without William Pace Jr., annual visitors have already returned Monday Smoked sausage,
bcfec a big beauty step hair dressings dressed up worst flood In 20 years In Amer. People worried about me, previous reservations, except home. Mr and Mrs. Walter Hanna left reluctantly on cabbage salad, mashed potatoes .
8oMtlme our coadition the tresses two er three lea's midland. but I knew I could pray, and for ocean transportation, that French bread, sliced pea
home Columbus hoping
their In
of Thursday to motor to ,
she visited centers
leading
ere arc corrective, some thousand year ago "They Just took over whatev.or my help came.
times preventative but and even put shin Into dirty job got In their way and Her husband Is 83 and Just re. artistic and historic Interest, by-the'time they arrived all traces of snow would be gone ches.Tuesday Mrs. :Ilathaway's
whatever the purpose, the old klnf'i beard! made things right," commented covering from surgery taking colored slides to Illustrate Miss Clara Dinsmore after vUtiiiy: ; her uster, Mrs. Sliced cheese & lunchmeat

,..'",* benefited by pro. Human hair has always house.Police Judge Gladys Stack. Miss"God Lillie sent Lewis.them," commented are based her travel on much lectures personal,which F. M. Simonds, for several weeks planned to leave for potato salad, sliced tomatoes,

fissional beauty advice. ceded the extra car sup. Twelve of 15 Mennonites from The men cleaned her home reading and research. Edgartown, Mass., on Friday. Jello.WEDNESDAY. Lima beans
Why not treat yourself ,piled by creme-lng. That' Elkhart Ind. still at work when the March flood receded. of grandchildren leave
are What makes her talks special And the Benjamin Klopps' seven & ham, kale, carrot sticks, celery
ta some food suggestions why w* feature so many. dally trying to help the aged and terlor.Now they are repairing Its in. Interest Is their informative today after two weeks here. They stayed in "Mandalay,1! st lcks,cornb read,pudding.
this week? Just phone wonderful to condition
way and accountof
I MI 2-27SS and we'll make year hair, tocl... j DEATHSMERIDIAN The Mennonites sent volunteer an American Inspirational woman findIng a large rambling beach house. Keeping a watchful eye Thur .
crews to Falmouth, Ky. and Cincinnati the Douglas and Flickinger children were Thursday Mrs. Lanham'sThird
Campbell
on ,
her own In Europe,
way
and to Manches.ter Grade tossed
Miss AP-U.s. nurses Pizza
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[Ii j of Buffalo and Mrs. Lawrence
her hotel Mrs. Hazard K. Campbell
making own reservations
Ohio the flood.
Circuit Court Judge Ben. F, during salad w/Italian dressing, corn,
j C.meron3/ vigorous segregationist At West Point they expect to learning to use for- Douglas of Greenwich, Conn. Juice bars.
New Summer who tried three times to contribute about 1,600 hours to. eign money traveling by local Mrs. Indiana McKee McCammon, of Columbus, Ohio, Friday Fish cakes, spin
block the admission of Negro ward rebuilding the town.We.t transportation, and living In
likes her favorite ach, beans, applesauce
has arrived. She to spend green
always
James Meredith to the Vnlver. Point is about 30 miles Europe on her own just
SKIRTS and BLOUSES aIn city of Mississippi, died FridayIn southwest of Louisville and was .Mrs. Metzger, whose ancestors month of April in Naples.
a hospital. Cameron, a nativeof perhaps Kentucky's hardest.hit settled In New EnglandIn And Mr. and Mrs. J. H. C. Massey are here from
Meridian to town during the flood. It is at
was appointed
Fine Pima Cotton the UA 5th Circuit Court of Ap. the Juncture of the Salt and 1632, maintains a houseon Toronto for their annual spring visit. they will returnto The menu for the week at

1 FULL SKIRTS SHEATHS A LINE peal In 1955 and was at odds Ohio Rivers and is home for In Sarasota Cape Cod, where as well she spends as one Ontario the middle of April. the Naples Junior High School
with most members of the court many of the workers at nearby cafeteria will bet
This week Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starks moved
In Pink, Blue, Yellow, Lilac or Coordinatewith % during his service Ft. Knox her winters painting the exotic past Monday Pork and
Their Matching Umbrella PrintBLOUSES LANTANA, Fla. (AP) -Car. The Mennonites talk very lit. flowers of tree, vine, and from the Surfslde Club to the Mansion House. They will over rice, carrot and cabbage gravy
los Hevla, (4, who served as tie and leave the explanationsto shrub. be In their new apartment until the first of May when salad, sliced peaches,rolls and
president of Cuba for only one their leader, Levi Bontreger. Members of the Naples Wo
their home In Louisville butter
milk.
return to Ky. ,
FROM __ U.50 Asked about the sect's al they
day-Aug. 12,1933-died Thurs. rl1. man's Club are reminded that
day night after suffering a heart lams ,he produced a pamphlet\ 196465 dues are :due at the Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller 'orVVaiAeganVLt1y'"are" | ; :." '?,Tuesday, ,, ramburgers,cauliflower
SKIRTS FROM $6.95 attack. A political junta which'' which read,' In parti "Bear y*. April meeting. here for two weeks with Mr. Fuller's mother, 'Mrs War with cKeese\ sauce,potato

;.' overthrew Cuban President one another's burdens, and so There will be a fall Pink B. Jordan, and Mr Jordan. On the 10th Mr. and sticks, celery strips, chocolate
vey cake milk.Wednesday .
Machado named Hevla provl. fulfill the law of Christ Thou ,
tonal! president for one day before shalt love the Lord thy God with Elephant Sale to which "Springcleaners" Mrs. Lewis M. Parsons of Washington, D.C., arrive to Smoked sausage -
electing a successor all thy heart and thy and "Going north- visit the Jordans. sweet potatoes, lettuce
MEXICO CITY (AP) Karl neighbor as thyself." ers" are "asked to bring"what- The Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Worthington salad, fruit Jello, rolls and but
Cook, 101, who claimed to have have-you.
ter, milk
> ridden with the Jesse James .... of Pittsburgh, will come together. The Worthingtons will Thursday Cold cuts and
:Qt'lft' gang and said he was friends I be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Augur of the Gulf cheese, buttered potatoes,
with Billy the Kid and Bat Mas.
terson, died Thursday In a hose Shore Colony Club. scalloped green beans, banana
'lT ll' bread and butter milk.
pltal of pneumonia. Cook, a na. pudding, ,
tlve of Paw Paw, Mich., had FAMILY VISITORS Friday baked beans, hot I
lived In Mexico 83 years. -y Mr and Mrs. Robert R. Diefendorf are enjoying dogs or tuna fish sandwich, tomato :

we Honor American r family visits. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and wedge, spinach, rolls
Express Chopped raisin ns or pitted dates and butter Ice
milk cream
ii Credit Cards ftp are load additions to peanut Mrs. Ward Smith of Uxbridge, Mass. are here now. And

DOWNTOWN 5th AY- & butter for a sandwich filling. J tP this( week they expect another daughter, Mrs. H. Preston
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1 Children usually tike this combination Second
with wedges of red Smith, and Mr. Smith. The Preston Smiths live in Denver,, Dog

apple for .n after-school snack. Colorado.Mr .
and Mrs. William F. Allen of the Ocean Terrace Going; to School

zpfflfflnnnnnnn gave their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jett, of Lexington

Ky., quite an indoctrination to our town. With i ElstonTAI.I.AIIASsFF I

For years the Jets have vacationed on Sanibel Island Fla. (AP) -
.. but merely passed through Naples. The Aliens remedied James Elston who says he put
one dog has
through college now
that last week and took them on a concentrated tour of a "dog asximam" ax he leaches
INCOMPARABLE Naples and nearby communities. at Florida Stale University

Reservations are pouring In for "Evalyn Tyner Night"to Elston, 31, lost his sight then

The services we offer not just In the season but be held at the Beach Club Thursday, April 9th, sponsored eye in high dog school Pic,finished Ihs first high seeing-school

ALL-YEAR-ROUND (Monaay through Saturday) are varied and by the Naples Community Hospital Auxiliary. The with him was awarded "good

fascinating. Cannon Music Company of Sarasota is providing the Steinway service" diploma from Baylor
University, Tex. when Elston
,
MRS DOROTHY METZGER
Grand for Miss
INTERIOR DESIGN creatively planned for each piano Tyner's use. graduated, and helped him let.

Individual with a weather-eye on the budget barometer and PRE-CONCERT COCKTAILS law degree When Pic died at the
age of 13, a new dog Duchess,
I capably Installed with elan. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hamad are entertaining before came to help Elston practice law

the dinner and concert. They will have about 30 at their m Jacksonville When EUton

HOME FURNISHINGS some practical and expedient nome on Galleon Drive for cocktails. decided to get a doctorate in
government, Duchess went to
and plainly inexpensive (in the Neapolitan rooms), some (Continued on page 7) school with him. Today Elston
desirably rare (old and new) and relatively costly (in the W i is a graduate leaching assistant
Collector's Corner). complete with dog.

T \Yon
Statistics show that
more people
GIFT BOUTIQUE For house gifts (your own included youranniversary are getting to physicians In

), birthdays, weddings many pieces are made ex. time for early diagnosis and

clusively for us ana are actually not available elsewhere. rl r disease treatment Is of most cancer curable.- when The the

Ids American Cancer Society ha developed
GALLERY Oils, water colors, gouache and lith- say it softly, ;eat a broad educational pro-
mvci FIRST CLASS b'VIII tram urging all adults to have an
agraphs now shown are from our permanent collection, personally say it annual health checkup aa the best
selected In Europe by R. and R. Robinson (Spain, a dsweetly protection against death from

France, Italy, England) and of course, some great Americans.All In Tinner's wrinkle.never costume I cancer.program Support by contributing this life-savin to the

that it right for every occasion. I1 Society's April Cruaade.1rE. .
it with'flowers
of this plus the friendliest wish to be of From collection of flawless, r say -

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e MOUSE annual Picnic Easter FunThe picnic f,>r Notebook

IPIayers the Echols family and friends Vienna

was held at Collier Seminole
ROARED Park Easter Sunday. Each family (Continued from page 8)
brought a picnic basket and toU \HNN\UP-H.ve 'OUheard
lowing luncheon an Easter Egg about the fellow who picked up

AJ6 red by Hunt was enjoyed by the young the telephone and dialed the Mr and Mrs Andon Kazanjian have eta' asked e
HER SERGEL members. caihft,. and got a fairy tale in-
from tkt book Among those attending were sic ad group for cocktails. later this month the t Kazanians| son-
by
the following Don Q Wynn and .. i" You probably haven't heard in-Uw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Yarrington it,
WIBBERLEY Annie Wynn and children, Larry about him hecauae I lust made
"" Fairfield
with and Gordon will be down from Conn,
Billy
Successful casting of "The story Into a Broadway musical Tommy, Jerry, Timmle and tl. him up but in Vienna\ it could
Mouse That Roared" has been comedy, but the plan never came Linda-Ann Wynn; Mrs Goldie ; Me4 happen. to visit them and the senior Fred Yarringtons,

announced by the Naples Players. to fruition. Fltzek, Mr. and Mrs. FlUek and Or he might act the soccer Mr, and Mrs James Sherwin are among those also

The hilarious comedy of how a When the story was made Into Diane and Donna Fltzek; Lt. : scorta. Or the bua schedule. Or attend this gala affair. The next day the
tiny, but proudly Independent a movie in 1939, Miss Stern James K. Fltzek of Gordon Mill. find out what's playing at the planning to
county declares war on the mighty and Mr. Diets probably grew tary College; Mr. and Mrs. Ju. movies. Sherwms leave for their home in Cleveland. They cometo

United Statea-and wins that warwlll green at the opportunity they clot Storter and Alan, Billy, j'J/ In Vienna you can dial a num Naples several times each year and this time havebeen
be presented at the Junior had lost, for the film was one Patricia and Susan Storter. ; ; her and get any of those *erue chiloren Kim and
here while their Lanny Georgewere
School Also Jerry Sperling Ivy and ',' -
High on Friday and Satur. of the major successes of the ; ,f \ '. tie tape recorder.Or .
day, May 8th and 9th. Curtain decade. It was on the books asa Irene Cadenhead; Judy Anne, you can call l<*2. and thet vacationing from school.

time will be 8:15 p.m. British film, but it wasnt. Betty Jo, and Bobby Cadenhead; 1 : will play) you the "record of the Others to be there are Dr. and Mrs Ashley Howes

Author of the original story, exactly. Its star, Peter Sellers, Harley and Lurlene Chesser and _1 jmr -1 y&p- week." And I I$2 mid I <"J,11 with their Mr and Mrs. George Wainscott and
children Harlene and Sandra neighbors
Leonard Wlbberley is an Irish- was British and a few of the other
,. for ,
born resident of the U.S. who actors, but It was produced part. Chesser; Don Arnold; Don and DANIEL FOLEY (right) will be the speaker at the bring the number antic for!"lfll the new kiern.The IN Mr and Mrs. Andrew Smith Jr. The Smiths who have an

has written considerably about ly in America by an American Julie Bandy Chesser Rlner; Fearlle.Ethel Leroy Ruby and and Naples Garden Club meeting Monday evening in ths |IO.. 1h weekly fair tale isH60 apartment in the Surfside Club and the Howes are neigh
Ireland In travel books based In
as in company England. Woman's Club. The meeting will start at 8 ,m. Foleyis And IM)1 the and John Cox
:'The Land That Isn't There," This screen version was writ Janice, Eunice and Jimmy p i* carat bors in Greenwich Conn. And Mr Mrs. ,

and about Irish emigration to ten by Roger MacDougall and Echols; Mr. and Mrs. James shown with John Burnham of the Garden Club time.One who are from Chicago, and this winter moved into the

America, as in "The Coming of Stanley Mann, and a special jokeof Nebus and Janet Nebus; Mr. and (NEWS photo) of .the telephone semt.es home Galleon Drive
they bought on
Mrs. Ralph Echols Mr. and Mrs. that had In he discontinued wan
Green"Wlbberley's
the the film was that Peter Sel. ;
greatest success lers played three roles-those of Norman Weeks and Connie and Daniel S. FoleyTo the weekly tenpe. Cooking is Mr and Mrs Thad Moss and their four childrenwill

was with "The Mouse That Tully Bascom, Prime Minister Billy Weeks; Mrs. Edna Weeks; Bahamas Act In pretty fttnotM busmen. in spend next weekend in Haines City Fla. and Sundaywill

Roared", published first as a ser. Mountjoy and Grand Duchess Bobby Flncher, and Lesa, Carol Speak Here Vienna and houneuixea reportedly their
Polio OutbreakNASSAU for Mr. Moss'
on
and Luanne Flncherj Mr. and talk hack Ihr attend a reception parents
Sal In the Saturday Evening Post Gloriana (a harrumphlng rulerof I acre Irving to to
In 1954, as a novel in 1955 and In around 75 years of age in Mrs. E. S. Conrad and Debra Bahamas (AP') tape machine and tell it how Ihr golden wedding anniversary This is an all-Florida family, r

a paper-back edl'lon In 1959. that version, not the young girlof Conrad; Mr. and Mrs.Ted Steven For Garden ClubDaniel Mass Immunization was In prol[. dish should really' t he prepninl Besides Naples the senior Moss' three children and

Author of the play,Christopher this play) to indicate how all son and Ted, Jr; Connie Led. mess Saturday as the Bahamas One ocher handy urmie char\ from Miami and Orlandu
will be there
Sergei is a partner In the out. Fenwlckls.ru were kin and looked better; Ed Nebus; David and Vera S. Foley landscape swung into action against an was disconnected wa. the '.Io r nine grandchildren
standing play-publishing firm of alike. Bennett and Gerry and Janine; architect, horticulturist and outbreak of polio. of the week." The Harmon Gallery Is concluding its first seasonin

Dramatic Publishing Company, Cecil and Mary Lu Ricer and author, will be guest speaker at The disease struck 18 persons I.iMeiiertt' said it "...n'l faun Naples. Starting last Friday and running through
Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur the Naples Garden Club meeting and caused death Nearly
which was founded by his father. LONG RUN ; one Ihe mid llui
telephone
Monday April 8 at 8 at theWoman' lompunv 18th there will be exhibitions of work by distinguished
Like his father, he writes manyof The film's popularity was Storter and Mrs. Minnie Rlner. ,. Club p.m. 14,000 persons received vaccine was because it had to launder tin April
the plays that his firm makes extraordinary. It ran 26 weeksin building. Friday. lokea no tlruwltiallv Ihnl tin,\ American artists with a showing of paintingsand

available to producing organization New York, 24 In Columbus, associated For seven with years Dr., Foley IL Horace was Sources in Nassau said this lout their fla"",. scuplture by a number of the best known artists re
all over the world. In addl. 25 In Chicago, 20 in Los Angeles, Realty. was the Bahamas' first mass litre' the joke (that Killed Ihi'
McFarland and supervised the
tion to "The Mouse," one of 16 in Boston, 14 In Washington immunization program against joke of the week:" siding in FloridaRead ,
of the famed Breeze Hill _
his best known'plays for his firm and for comparable spans as a (Continued from pay 1) planting polio although vaccine has been A mail Mlroll, down the alini I _
was "Cheaper by the Doten." "flrst-run" in other cities. Test Gardens at Harrisburg, Pa. given routinely to children his fitihrr law.
000 with -in- The mankeep
Edward
L. Jr. Ads
Connoly. Ha editor of "Horti
served as
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t clinicssince L the Want
In 1958 he had a play presentedon Sergei turned Wlbberley's original et tl, to Turf Construction Co., culture Magazine" from 1951 through 1957.govern men mumhhn(. "I tan' forgiuUHI.
Broadway, a dramatization of into the playin "
story present I simply, inn'l forgive \,art,
1957.
Sherwood Anderson's novel of the19211s 1963, when it began having Inc. Latham, N.Y., parcel in through Two Miami, Fla., doctors, Dr. '"
"Wlnesburg, Ohio"BIG a gratifying success among amateur Sec 8, Twp 50, Rge 26, $17, Foley Is author of "Garden Eugene Fllpse of the Universityof "Why the can't f/llh.r-m-Ia you forgive. nueska
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groups from one end of 600; Cleo H. Ingram Tr.. Flowers in Color "Vegetable Miami Medical School, and "
IMPRESSION the continent to tne other. to James R. Adams, Naples, Gardening in Color," "Annualsfor Dr. Albert Johnson, arrived Fri. 111"all" I' you didn't throw IIh'

After publication as a novel in The Naples production will be parcel In Sec 8, Twp 60, Rge Your Garden"and co-author"|'' day with 5,000 doses of vaccine out of the house when" I .k'J i" '

1955, "The Mouse" made a considerable directed by Charles R. McCooland 28, $11,000; Gabriel H. Luffto of "Garden Bulbs in Color, 'and other shipments were re. marryoiir daughter.
and "Christmas Tree Ground Co.1 Mow dues that (Pull yoU' Oh
celved.
impreylon as clever will mark a milestone for Harold W. Ralston Stueben-
political satire, so much so that the Naples Players.The 33 speak. vtlle, Ohio., parcel in Sec 1, vers for Easier Gardening" His"1 Dr. T. E. Cato, head of the you hung up BOOKSSONG
latest book is "Seaside Plants.
In the spring of that yearbarelya ing roles represent the largest fwp 50, Rge 31, $1,000. Dade County (Fla) Health DP.

month after the novel's ap. speaking cast ever assembledby George W, and Jessie T, has During the past 10 years, he partment, said the doctors If you are using salted !pea
traveled than
pearance, Its rights were ob. the Players and the success Chicago more 50,000 would send cultures from 111 per. nula in making. peanut !brittle
tamed for a stage attraction by ful casting is announced with justa Gill to James O'Brien miles visiting gardens and our sons to determine what type of you may wind to rid the null of
In Sec 25, Twp 50, series In the United States and
Nancy Stern and Howard Diet, touch of pride in being able parcel polio had hit. exceaa aalt by rubbing them & STORY SHOP
< 34 JIB to in Great Brltlan. He has also act.
$1,100 Corp.
the latter a well-known authorof to gather together such a large 3ge ; gently between paper toweling.
lyrics for musical comedies. W.R. Bigham,Jr., Naples,par- ed as garden consultant and land. 100 Passengers Get the peanut ready before you

Their intention was to turn the cast.Ann Davis will be seen as eel In Sec 10, Twp 51, Rge scape designer. atari preparing. the candy1 6S9 5th Av.. So. MI 2.2520INTRODUCING
has contributed to
26 JIB to Phil Foley more Marooned On Bus
Gloriana the Twelfth, reigning $14,000 Corp.,
duchess of tiny Grand Fenwick ip N. and Jean A. Keyes, Naples than 500 articles to garden magazines .
and and has In Storm Have Fun
Widow Claims
with Paul Gomes as Tully Bas. parcel in Sec 10, Twp newspapers
lectured before hundreds of
GOP Candidate com, a forest ranger and, later, 51. Rge 26, $14,000; NormanP. au. LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP-Being
dlences. Ha is accredited
an judgeof
Constable of Grand Fen. marooned atop Sherman Hill In
High .
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al 0
Sloan, et to Douglas horticulture and has judged the
bllttard turned out to be fun
a
Swindled HerfOHT wick.The and Teresa Barnes, Pompano
New England Flower Show.
prime minister of Grand for 100 passengers in three
Beach In Sec 31 Twp The is invited to hear NEWEST HOMESBoth
LAUDERDALE (AP- Fenwick will be protrayed by parcel public buses. TWO Of
A widow charged In a civil suit Kurt Puchhas with Ray Waln as 51, Rge 26, $5,000; NormanP his talk tomorrow evening. Coeds from the University of Naples

Friday that she was swindledout leader of the opposition party Sloan, et al, to Henry 1.al'd Wyoming shared their packed

of, $8,867 by Mayor John Gerald Fitch will play a brilliant Jean E. Laurlla, Ft. Lau- When you use lard In pie crust, lunches with the others. A Overlooking The Golf Court
Steele of Hallandale, a Fepub. Nuclear physicist protected by an" 'derdalep r d In Sec 31, Twp,'you might I lie to add tome sugar1!creamery truck' driver, also ) Moorings

lie an candidate for Congress. American General in charge bf 51, Rge 26, $5,000; Sebastian and spice To do this, aid tied stranded, passed out 'free milk. ...
Steele, an attorney, denied Robert Martel. John each of and
security, Buscemi to Frank J, O'Don- teaspoons sugar 'FRIEND7
the accusation by Mrs. Joseph. lamurri will be the President nell, Mamaroneck. N.Y., par nutmeg with the dry Ingredients BE A

cal Ine Saba smear and"called He is it "a running polltl. of the United States and Jeanne cel In Sec 16, Twp 51, Rge 27, before cutting in the fat. TO YOUR LIBRARY
Veenschoten his As
secretary. '
against Rep. Paul $2,000; Collier Land Invest
Rogers, D- Secretary of State of the United Of fwlen burton cr
ment Corp. to John R. and
Fla.. In the 6th congressional-States, Doyle Morris will also $
district have his secretary, Sheila Wai. Theresa W. Childers, Hilde- ,,1"' '
Assistant State Attorney Rob. lace. Housekeeper for Professor bran N.C., parcel in Sec 23, 1

ert Fegers said a grand jury Koklntz (the physicist) will be Twp 52, Rge 31, 1900. .. I rs
s
would be called to Investigate Elsie Upham. General (Bob Mar Collier Land Investment D t -

the charge April 14. tel) Snippet has two daughters, Corp., to Earl K. McNeil Chicago o i\ ( : )
\jltlt.f (Mf"
Mrs. Saba contended In her both WAC second Lieutenants, parcel in Sec 31, Twp 52, S ) 1ft

suit that Steele defrauded her of played by Bette Price and Ann Rge 31, $1,400; Collier Land f ,;
the money in handling the es. Schrader. Don Nick will
tate of her late husband. play Investment Corp., to Curtis R. V. Goy S"nee. (.'U'J&J
the of air-raid warden
cart an
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Carpenter, Flint, Mich., par
and Walsh Jr. the role
Roger ,
cel in Sec 31 52 Fe
1,900,000 Cured of Cancer of a radio. TV announcer. Twp Rge
The American Cancer Society Rounding out the American por 31, $1,000; Collier Land Investment LS M.i Jul r : s
report that there are now 1,200- Corp., to Bruce N.
tion of the cast will be four
000 Americans alive today curedof students of Columbia University and Ruth B. Kirby, Lenolr, l.cfft G iwWC . sat

,five cancer years -after that treatment 1 Is alive today with. played by Roger Hoffman, Wll. N.C., parcel in Sec 35, Twp : .tie. WGrJ 4

llam Kerns, Ann Wardell and 52, Rge 31, $1,900; Emma .
out lymptomi of the dluea,.. An t-Jd
additional 700,000 cancer patients Carol Wlckenden, also four Braeman to Roy L. and EthelV Twc y e'eAe.,

,treated within the last five yean American tourists, Susan Ander. Cox, Clewiston parcel in -C" OPEN TODAY NOON 'TIL DARK

will live to enter the rank of son, Carol Campen, Carol Low Sec 26, Twp 52, Rge 33, $1, NE I., steal on Wedue Drive! overlookInir the Golf ('ours. In the Moorings, this floor

those cured. Thus there are actually and Sybllla Gideon. 100; Miami Investment Co., to i plan piovides for cvrrv family need and plca-ui Screened porch directly off the

1,000.000 Americana cured of MEANWHILE. Charles F. Hanna, looms La., liv;ng room rrarhe I through a beautiful, easy iiivratmit sliding |rl.** wall Centrally
American Cancer Society
cancer.needs The the support of all to Meanwhile, back in Grand Fen. parcel in Sec 8, Twp 52, Rge .0 loittiel I kitchen, for nerve to the family loom hirakfuHt bar, and the dining area

keep up and enlarge the fains wick, Tully Bascom mother will 34, 1600. Owners" suite li cuniilrtrly separate and piivate TWit full lie baths and threetinlrooins

made againut the disease. be played by Leslie Gates and Miami Investment Co., to : I< J iJJ cjinplctt with central air conditioning and hratinir Kitchen has disposal
-his second In command of the Gerald and Alleen Taub, Patterson and
fully automatic oven and range, !House hat a large twu-car enclosed garage.
YOUR Fenwicklan army will be Robert NJ., parcel In Sec Priced to sell at only 128,500
Hicks. A peasant girl of Grand 18, Twp 52, Rge 34, $2,000; t

PHARMACISTSPEAKS Fenwick who treads on grapes, Frances M. Bowen to I, FredAbrahamsonColoradoSprings fMC LIf'f'I.r .012.1.1.1"-- .setotCccau 'PP\fl a S TaR
will be Rose lamurri (with pur. .
pie feet). Laurl Price will be in
Colo., parcel Sec 4, Twp
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I seen U
53 26
ladles-in-wattlng to Gloriana will Rge $55,000; JamesC.
it BY to Alma Wood
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be Danette Faerber and Nadine Clary et DISTINCTIVE
f. GENEMcLAI.V Parker. A.... finally, that mighty al. Miami, parcel in Sec 13

."I. i. force that will vanquish the Twp J3, Rge 20, $2,400; The'South FASHIONS

..- United States, the army of Grand Coast Count, Co., Inc., i

Fenwtck, played by Larry Faller to Joseph C. Leonardi,ChIcago,
T.H. Below, Sr., Walter Rogers parcel in Sec 5, Twp 53, Rge

By Gene McLainIf and Jack Randall. 32, $1.900; The South CoastCount
The Naples Players state they ., Co., Inc., to Thomasand We are Continuing
you were to draw a wUlllsum. no responsibility for Mafalda Del Regno, Han Our e ..e qt w.
circle from the top of surgical stitches required to
over Park, Ill, parcel in Sec
te the repair split sides from
your eyes cornersof (
6, Twp S3, Rge 33, $1,000. SALEon apswTJt
your mouth and then laughing)

across the bottom of your

face you would have \ early arrivals /

what I Is the
very likely In
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moat dangerous area of PulitzerOF
Lilly
the entire kumai !body Sportswear

for Infection. U this par. Lingerie

tleilar area infection may NAPLES. INC. __
Coats
spread two ways-down
into the gland of the Suits and MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCATION

throat or In toward the The Perfect Ml,,' o b. .uti[ul \ \ Rolling green fairways always k-pt' In perfect condition.

brain. For this reason, White Lilly for Spring T'',. view. la your In this fabulous three bedroom and two full bath horn In The

it I. ....1.. to fool with Mwrinir A gorgeous bay window extrrvls( frum the end of the dining room and

blackheads, moles, pin- has arrived! the kit."'ttn wiling are +i- rquipp I wit, a snack hat that blends perfectly. Kitchen

plea or any other akli ,n equippeJ with ele-trlr and
Piqut buttons oven range, dishwashei. disposal and refrigerator./ Also
marchingDover
disturbance in this area. DressesCt ather and dryei Included. Completely conditioned and heated with a central

It U not nwice, h... the front unit. sou' only have to ours the sliding glass doors on to the large screened porch

ever, to here your prescriptions 10 rnjiy tin outdoor while, ,! still indoor. See this home today to view the beauty
filled nt NAPLES Hug pockets I of Its location Call ue today.WESLEY .

PRESCRIPTIONSHOP DO STOP by to Cw_ kk.
where quickness S 706 Slk. Avenue South, Acroa fi

and quality are assured See III! --1 G. First National Bank In Naples Ilk.AiMwIateat .

We might polat oat thatpreacrlptl. Naples Florida

... are a spec i DOWNING'

tally, not a sideline, at Earl U Frye Erwla G. Dowifag
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Oysters Make the xlllary people U extending Who donated thanks eye to p'.ls.all

sea to be sent to Rehabilitation

Tempermental oysters make insure peace and quiet for the centers for the needy. This wi
pearl., and pearls mike money oyster while he wofki. Th a project sponsored by the Ju.
e nlor members urj u the leader
for man. So man cultivates oyster creates a pearl bydepoait.
ship of Mr.. Muriel Allbrt ,
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around
oysters ins nacre a piece of
B JANE MARTINMrs The senior members
met Wed.
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But oysters refuse to be exploited polished shell placed in his
nesday night at the home
snd unless man keeps flesh by the farmer. *<
Mrs. Vivian Hicks on nth
their living conditions neer-per- While the pearl grows a the \ve
that takes William G Tracy had a surprise meeting So. President Grace McCoo1 re.
fect they retaliate either by process years the ported that 15 American
producing inferior stones or by oyster Is kept hiPPY, healthy ether day with Marshall Fredericks, and since then the would be donated by the aueillarv flag

dying. clean and in quiet water of the Tracys and Fredericks have had a fine time reminiscing! to the Everglades School su
Japanese pearl farmers, whose proper temperature and salinity
with studios in Stockholm, were given to the Naples Junior
oysters produce most of the Vitamins, complex pipe ays- Mr. Fredericks Is a sculptor backto High School.
the world's cultured pearls, have terns whick keep underwater beds Sweden, and near Detroit, and the friendship dates Names of ClrlStateCandldate
become experts at oysterpampering. clean and supply food, and school days in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Mrs. Tracy is were submitted and will be an.
hospitals' where the implant alumna of the Kingswood School and Mr. Tracy was nounced soon. Two girls from
But sometimes the pampering operation i is performed are standard v1 O an Fred the Junior class of Naples Senior
I Is not enough. Masayaiu Kato, equipment on modern oyster r graduated from the Cranbrook School where Mr. High School will be sent to Tallahassee .

United Statea representative for farmi. ericks was his art instructor.Mr. June 12.18 for 1964 see
Japan's cultured pearl industry, Despite the care oysters receive Fredericks has received the craftsmans gold med lion of Girl State. All expenses
reports that some sizes of cultured only about five per cent _.-- --- andIs will be paid from profits derived
pearla will be In short of the pearls harvested in a BROOKSIDE BOWL was packed Thurs ty. Part of the audience Is shown being al, awarded by the American Institute of Architects from participation with theQuar.
aupply this year after four years typical year are good enough to now doing one of the four permanent pieces of sculp- terback Club at the Football con.
of unfavorable weather which be called semi And in bad day with ladies who turned out for entertained by Bob Holiday, broad- exhibited the New York World's Fair. He cession stand. The Unit's thank.
lowered production. years, the crop falls of sharply the DuPont fashion display and varie- way leading man. (NEWS photo) ture to be at Milwaukee Art go to the Quarterback Club for r
Everything possible Is done to as the oysters refuse to produce has also |just completed a piece for the the privilege of earning this i


She Prayed For Help AndMennonites Dorothy Metzger Museum.Outside of being a student and protege of the famed. "April money.After the Fool"business games meeting were,

Speaks April 18 Carl Milles, Mr. Fredericks was a close friend of the late played with all members present
Li" for JL ovclincssly taking home a prize. Refresh.
Iii .. Eero Saarinen. And he has recently executed a commemorative

I Came To Aid At Woman's Glut I medal to be used In the dedication of the tess ments, Mrs.were Hicks served, assisted by the hoe..:.

Hilary f1l1ooJ .jLjyclitt -. .. .- .. ...- -. -- Dorothy Metzger, an artist Jefferson Memorial Arch In St. Louis designed by Saar- her mother, Mrs. Ethel Fager.

Duties. Beach Club Beset? Salon HI.J-J7JI WEST POINT, Ky. (AP-An helpless rebuild their home. whose work has Been compared Inen. The next meeting will be at
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-- -- CREMES FORDREAMABOUT unusual kind of missionary work The men belong to the Men. Ethel Echols home on Plneland
BEAUTY BUILDUPS : HAIR helped scrub away the mud and nonite Disaster Service, a pub. favorably with the country'sforemost The Fredericks who have five children are vacationingat Avenue. This will be Pan.Amerl.
emotional train left by a spring lie help group founded 12 years flower painters' will the Marco Island Inn. can meeting and all members are I
Borne salon services, We can't nay just when flood In this Ohio River town of ago. Their services are free and be the featured speaker at the asked to wear costumea.
sack ai permanent WaY. smart girls began ...reh.' 2,000 population. the disaster work Is consideredpart monthly meeting of the Naples NICE TO BE HERE

lag, bleaching or thatla: ,. log for hair unguents; Twenty-five Mennonites com. of the religious sect's missionary Woman's Club, Wednesday Now is when lots of people head north, but thereare School MenusThe
deserve to be served to srcheologliti find new biped their muscle and kindness program April 18, at 2:30: p.m.Characteristically.
healthy hair only! That's "ancient" evidence everyday with tools supplied by the Red Mrs. Henry Madden pointedto Independent others, along with we natives, who consider this the menu for the coming

why many patrons require It's safe to say are* Cross to clean 22 houses and a the high-water mark In her ,Mrs.Metzger made a European very best time of the year to be In Naples. Mr. and Mrs. week at Shadowlawn School:

t. e "beauty build-up" matte halt oils and special town church had after been three.fourths forced to flee of the the living for help room, and and these said Mennonites"I prayed trip on her own. With-- William Pace Jr., annual visitors have already returned Monday Smoked sausage,
before a big beauty step hair dressings dressed up out previous reservations, except left reluctantly on cabbage salad, mashed potatoes -
worst flood In 20 years In Amer came. People worried about me, home. Mr and Mrs. Walter Hanna
Sometimes\ our conditioners the tresses two or three Ie a'. midland but I knew I could pray, and for ocean transportation of Thursday to motor to their home in Columbus hoping that French bread, sliced pea*
she visited leading centers
are corrective, tome- thousand years ago "They Just took over whatev. my help came"
I. times preventative but and even put shine Into er dirty job tot In their way and Her husband Is 83 and Just recovering artistic and historic Interest, by the time they arrived all traces of snow would be gone. ches.Tuesday Mrs. ilathaway's
whatever the purpose, the old king's beards! made things right," commented from surgery taking colored slides to Illustrate Miss Clar Dinsmore after vUtlr.y hr sister;. Mrs. Sliced cheese A lunchmeat
Police Judge Gladys Stack. "God sent them," commented her travel lectures,which weeks to leave for potato salad sliced tomatoes,
,ou' benefited by pro- Human hair has always F. M. Simonds, for several planned
Miss
house Lillie Lewis are based on much personal
feselentl beauty advice needed the extra care supplied Twelve of IS Mennonites from The men cleaned her home reading and research. Edgartown, Mass., on Friday. Jello.WEDNESDAY Lima beans

Why not treat yourselfto by creme-lng. That' Elkhart Ind., are still at work when the March Hood receded. What makes her talks of special And the Benjamin Klopps' seven grandchildren leave & ham, kale, carrot sticks,celery
this some week good Just suggestions phoneMI why we feature so many dally trying to help the aged and terlor.Now they are repairing its /In. Interest Is their informa- today after two weeks here. They stayed in "Mandalay," stickscornb,pudding.
I wonderful to condition
2-27S3 red we'll make hair ways today j The Mennonites sent volunteer tive and Inspirational accountof a large rambling beach house. Keeping a watchful eye Thur
your American woman findIng -
I DEATHSMERIDIAN crew. to Falmouth, Ky. and Cincinnati an on the Campbell, Douglas and Flickinger children were Thursday Mrs. Lanham'sThird
i} &Nl iS.t:>tiZrrmm: ,: MISS. (AP)-U.S. and nurses to Manchester her own way In Europe Hazard K. of Buffalo and Mrs. Lawrence Grade; Pizza, tossed
hotel Mrs. Campbell
her
Circuit Court Judge Ben. F, Ohio, during the flood making own reser- salad w/ltallan( dressing, corn,
I Cameron, 73, vigorous segrega.tlonlst At West Point they expect to vations, learning to use for- Douglas of Greenwich, Conn. Juice bars
New Summer who tried three times to contribute about 1,600 hours toward eign money, traveling by local Mrs. Indiana McKee McCammon, of Columbus, Ohio, Friday Fish cakes, spinach *
I block the admission of Negro rebuilding the town. transportation, and living In beans
has arrived. She always likes to spend her favorite green applesauce.
just
James Meredith to the Unlver. West Point is about 30 miles Europe on her own.
I SKIRTS and BLOUSESIn city of Mississippi, died FridayIn southwest of Louisville and was ,Mrs. Metzger, whose ancestors month of April in Naples.
a hospital. Cameron a native perhaps Kentucky's hardest.hlt settled In New EnglandIn And Mr. and Mrs. J. H. C. Massey are here from
of Meridian to town during the flood It Is at
was appointed
,
Fine Pima Cotton the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals the Juncture of the Salt and 1632 maintains a houseon Toronto for their annual spring visit. They will returnto The menu for the week at
FULL SKIRTS SHEATHS A LINEIn In 1955 and was at odds Ohio Rivera and la home for Cape Cod as well as one Ontario the middle of April. the Naples Junior High School
In Sarasota, where she spends
with most members of the court many of the workers at nearbyFt. This week Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Starks moved cafeteria will be;
Pink Blue Yellow Lilac Coordinatewith her winters the exotic past
or during his service Knox. painting Monday Pork and gravy
Their Matching Umbrella Print LANTANA, Fla. (AP) -Car. The Mmnonltes talk very little flowers of tree, vine, and from the Surfside Club to the Mansion House. They will over rice, carrot and cabbage
los Hevia, 64, who served u and leave the explanationsto shrub. be in their new apartment until the first of May when salad, sliced peaches, rolls and
president of Cuba for only one their leader, Levi Bontreger. Members of the Naples Wo-
home Louisville butter
they return to their in Ky. milk.
BLOUSES
FROM $3.50 day-Aug. 12,1933-died Thurs. Asked about the sect's altruism man's Club are reminded that '

w day night after suffering a heart .h. produced a pamphlet, 1964-65 dues are due'' at the Mr. and Mrs. William Fullef'of'We'ukegarL 'ltl.:, die liflower. Tuesday wlthctie- Hamburgejs
SKIRTS FROM $6,95 attack. A political Junta which' which read, In parti ."Bear ye April meeting. here for two weeks with Mr. Fuller's mother,'Mrs. Harvey seuucepo.
cho
overthrew Cuban President one another's burdens, and so There will be a fall Pink B. Jordan, and Mr Jordan. On the 10th Mr. and tato sticks, celery strips \
colate milk.Wednesday
Machado named Hevia provl.slonal fulfill the law of Christ. Thou cake .
Elephant Sale to which "Springcleaners' Mrs. Lewis M. Parsons of Washington D,C. arrive to
president for one day be. shalt love the Lord thy God with Smoked sausage
fore electing a successor. all thy heart and thy and "Going northers" visit the Jordans. sweet potatoes, lettuce
J'5 MEXICO CITY (AP) Karl neighbor as thyself." are "asked to bring"what- The Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Worthingtonof salad, fruit I Jello. rolls ana cutter
Ott Cook, 101, who claimed to have' have-you. milk.
ridden with the Jesse James Pittsburgh, will come together. The Worthingtons will Thursday Cold cuts and
gang and said he was friends be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Augur of the Gulf cheese, buttered potatoes,
? ai with Billy the Kid and Bat Mas. Shore Colony Club. scalloped green beans, banana
rruh terson, died Thursday In a ho.
pudding, bread and buttermilk,
of
pltal pneumonia. Cook, ana.
FAMILY VISITORSMr
hot
tlve of Paw Paw, Mich., had Friday baked beans
lived In Mexico 83 years .y and Mrs. Robert R. Diefendorf are enjoying dogs or tuna fish sandwich, to-

We Honor American family visits. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and mato wedge, spinach, rolls
ExpressCredit
Chopped raisins or pitted dates and butter milk. Ice cram
,
c y Cards f9 are good additions to peanut Mrs. Ward Smith of Uxbridge, Mass. are here now. And

DOWNTOWN 5th AY. butter for a aandwich filling this week they expect another daughter, Mrs. H. Preston
Children usually like this combination Smith, and Mr. Smith. The Preston Smiths live in Denver, Second Dog
.
with wedges of red
<
apple for an after-school snack Colorado.
Mr and Mrs. William F, Allen of the Ocean Terrace Going; to School

gave their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jett, of Lexington -

Ky., quite an indoctrination to our town. With Elsloii

For years the Jets have vacationed on Sanibel Island LAIIASSI-E.. Fla. (AP) -

but merely passed through Naples. The Aliens remediedthat James KUton who nays he put
one dog through college, now hu
last week and took them on a concentrated tour of a "dog assistant" a* he teachesat

INCOMPARABLE Naples and nearby communities. Florida Stale tmverniy.Flston .

Reservations are pouring in for "Evalyn Tyner Night"to 31|, lost hm sight then

The services we offer not lust In the season but be held at the Beach Club Thursday, April 9th, sponsored eye in high dog,chool.Pic, finished|Ihll| first high eeeing school

ALL-YEAR-ROUND (Monaay through Saturday) are varied and by the Naples Community Hospital Auxiliary. The with him, was awarded a "good

fascinating. Cannon Music Company of Sarasota is providing the Stein- service" diploma from Baylor
University, Tex., when EUton
MRS. DOROTHY METZGER
INTERIOR DESIGN creatively planned for each way Grand piano for Miss Tyner's use. graduated, and helped him get a

Individual with a weather-eye on the budget barometer and PRE-CONCERT COCKTAILS law degree when Pic died at the
lie of 1), a new Jog Duchess
1, capably installed with elan. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Hamad are entertaining before came to help EUton practice law

I the dinner and concert. They will have about 30 at their In Jacksonville. When EUton

HOME FURNISHINGS some practical and expedient home on Galleon Drive for cocktails. decided to get s doctorate m
k government, Duchess went to
M and plainly inexpensive (in the Neapolitan rooms), some (Continued on page 7) school with him Today Elston
desirably rare (old and new) and relatively costly (in the -i a graduate teaching assistant..

Collector's Corner). w. Y complete with dog.

Statistics show that more peo-
GIFT BOUTIQUE/ For house gifts (your own included on youranniversary pie are getting to physicians In
), birthdays made T tint for diagnosis and
t weddings many pieces are exclusively early
treatment of cancer when the
for us ana are actually not available elsewhere. disease Is most curable. The

American Cancer Society has developed

GALLERY Oils, water colors, gouache and lith- say it softly, a broad educational pro-
IIIm gram urging all adults to hive an
mm FIRST
agraphs now shown are from our permanent collection, per. cuss say itsweetly annual health checkup as the best

sonally selected In Europe by R. and R. Robinson (Spain, protection against death from

i France, Italy, England) and of course, some great Americans. In Tanner' wrinkle-never costume 1i1 1 '# cancer.program Support by contributing this life-saving the

that It light for every occasion.. : ." ,r Society' April Cnuade.
it with'flaw&s'
All of this plus the friendliest wish to be of From collection of flawless say

service . INCOMPARABLE I ItlM
fashions for every '
DUC1K.VAL'DEVILLE.

purse't rotrtfLorarrr .


her know

; lI1S0'JUtI' how much you care with wonderful

I flowers or a long-lasting blooming plant. l 'I doss

Phone or visit us today-we'll be happy to T.er.

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Interiors Gifts Antiques Gallery .u CaribL.e.Q'rfGar.dens
Member: American InatltuU of. Interior Designers. "Artistry (in Flowe."

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Sunda, April 5, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7
Echols
Family, Dial-a-

o Players Begin Work On Friends GatherFor

t III THE NAPLES
AnythingIn


jfie MOUSE annual Picnic Easter FunThe picnic fr Notebook J

the Echols family and friends Vienna
was held at Collier Seminole
ROARED Park Easter Sunday. Each family (Continued front page ()
1hat brought a picnic basket and fol. \'fISNA (API -lln. you heard

lowing luncheon an Easter Egg; about the fellow! who picked up

CHRISTOPHER by Hunt was enjoyed by the young the telephone and duled the Mr and Mrs. Andon Kazanjian have also' asked a
SERGEL member. vc..lwr. and pot a fairy tele ,n-
this month the t Kazariian& sonin -
from for book Among those attending were Mead group for cocktails. later |
by the following: Don Q Wynn and Vou probably haven't heard .law and daughter Mr and Mrs Fred Yarnogton Jr

LEONARD WIBBERLEY Annie Wynn and children Larry, about him because I loot made with and Gordon will be down from Fairfield Bonn,
Successful casting of "The itory Into a Broadway musical Tommy Jerry, Tlmmle and ,i him up but in Vienna it could Billy
Mouse That Roared" has been comedy, but the plan never came Llnda-Ann Wynn, Mrs GUdleFlUek tapper to visit them and the senior Fred Yarnnqtons

announced by the Naples Players to fruition. Mr. and Mrs. Fltzek and .' Or tw miaht get the noccerscores. Mr. and Mrs. James Sherwin are among those also

The hilarious comedy of how a When the story was made Intoa Diane and Donna Fitted; Lt. Or the bus schedule Or attend this gala affair. The next day the
tiny but proudly Independent, movie In 1959, Miss Stern James K. Ftttek of Cordon Mill. ,. Mo.'"'. ,< find out .h.l's playing at the planning to
count declares war on the mighty and Mr. Diets probably grew tary College; Mr. and Mrs. Ju. t ( movie. Sherwins leave for their home in Cleveland They cometo

United Ctates-and wins that war- green at the opportunity they nlor Storter and Alan, Billy, < \ In Vienna you can dial a num Naples several times each year, and this time have

will be presented at the Junior had lost, for the film was one Patricia and Susan Storter. \. f. her and gel any of those act been here while their children Kim, lanny and Georgewere
Also Jerry Sperling Ivy and 1 ,
High School on Friday and Satur. of the major successes of the ; \a:'>, via tape recorder.Or .
day May 8th and 9th. Curtain decade. It was on the books as Irene Cadenhead, Judy Anne, ),, yaw can call I*II:. and they vacationing from school.

time will be 8:15 p.m. a British film, but It wasn't Betty Jo, and Bobby Cadenhead; <',\. .. will play you the "record of (heweek. Others to be there are Dr. and Mrs. Ashley Howes
;"V .
..
Author of the original story, exactly Rs star, Peter Sellers, Harley and Lurlene Chesser and \. Y. "
,
And IS62 l and lye) mil Mr. and Mrs. George Wainscott and
with
Leonard Wibberley Is an Irish was British, and a few of the other children Harlene and Sandra their neighbors
born resident of the U.S. who actors, but It was produced Part. Chetser, Don Arnold, Don and DANIEL FOLEY (right) will be the speaker at th* buns the snow r'r"rtl for the for skier,.. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Smith Jr. The Smiths who have an
The number n"11
has written considerably about ly In America by an American Julie Chesser, Pearlle Ethel Ruby and Naples Garden Club meeting Monday evening in the 1 1630. The ee.kly r.IIIlle is apartment In the Surfside Club and the Howes are net ,h.
and
Randy Riner Leroy
Ireland In travel books based In ;
as In company England.
Woman's Club The meeting will start at 8 Foleyis < 0mi I lott the and Mrs. John Cox
'The Land That Isnt There," This screen version was writ. Janice, Eunice and Jimmy p.m. t ; la counttime. bors in Greenwich Conn. And Mr.

and about Irish emigration to ten by Roger MacDougall and Echols; Mr. and Mrs. James shown with John Burnham, of the Garden Club who are from Chicago, and (this winter moved into the

America, as In "The Coming of Stanley Mann and a special jokeof Nebus and Janet Nebus; Mr. and (NEWS p hl'\tl'\l One of the telephone sertuc Galleon Drive.
the Green." the film was that Peter Sellers Mrs. Ralph Echols; Mr. and Mrs. that hud to be discontinued was home they bought on
Wlbberley's greatest success played three roles-those of Norman Weeks and Connie and Daniel S. FoleyTo the weekly recipe. Cackiitv is Mr. and Mrs Thad Moss and their four childrenwill

was with "The Mouse That Tully Bascom Prime Minister Billy Weeks, Mrs. Edna Weeks; Bahamas Act In pretty aenoua huaineaii in spend next weekend in Haines City, Fla, and Sundaywill

Roared", published first as a ser Mount Joy and Grand Duchess Bobby Flncher, and Lest Carol Speak Here "Iennl.""" "huuaeatees rot"'lI'le,1" 1 1l for Mr. Moss' on their 1
Polio OutbreakNASSAU attend parents
ial In the Saturday Evening Post Gloriana (a harrumphlng rulerof and Luanne Flncher; Mr, and l) sere trying to talk twtk to ilir a reception
In 1954, as a novel In 1955 and In around 75 years of age in Mrs. E. S. Conrad and Debra Bahamas (AP) tack machine and. tell It horn the golden wedding anniversary. This is an all-Florida family

a paper-back edl'lon In 1959. that version not the young girl Conrad; Mr. and Mrs. TedSteven. For Garden Club Mass Immunization was in proc dish nhnuld really be ,prepared Besides Naples the senior Moss' three children and

( Author of playChristopher of this play) to Indicate how all son and Ted Jr, Connie Led. rest Saturday as the Bahamas OIK other hands nenlce that Miami and Orlando,
from
I Serge Is a partner In the out. Fenwlcklans were kin and looked better, Ed Nebus; David and Vera Daniel S. Foley, landscape swung Into action against an wan diktonneclcd was (he "|,,Le nine grandchildren will be there :
standing play-publishing firm of alike. Bennett and Gerry and Janlne; architect, horticulturist and outbreak of polio. ol the week" The Harmon Gallery Is concluding its first seasonin

Dramatic Publishing Company, Cecil and Mary Lu Riner and author, will be guest speaker at The disease struck 18 persons Listeners said it ann'l, iamb Naples Starting last Friday and running through
which was founded by his father. LONG RUN Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur the Naples Garden Club meeting and caused one death. Nearly null thin
Monday April C at 8 at the The lele.'hllnOO1I'"n". there will be exhibitions of work by distinguished
Like his father he writes manyof The film's popularity was Storter and Mrs. Minnie finer p.m. 14,000 persons received vaccine lIu"'lau"t: it had t<> UmiiUrr then.kea April 18th
the plays that his firm makes extraordinary It ran 26 weeksIn Woman's Club building. Friday. i .o drsiihiallv. that that American artists with a showing of paintingsand

available to producing organlza New York, 24 in Columbus associated For seven with years Dr,, Foley II Horace was Sources In Nassau said this lout their flat or. scuplture by a number of the bsst known artists residing -
lions all over the world. In addl. 25 in Chicago 20 In Los Angeles, Realty. was the Bahamas' first mass 1I'r'a the joke that tilled thi
McFarland and the
lion to "The Mouse" one of 16 In Boston 14 in Washingtonand of the famed supervised Breeze Hill Immunization program against ";ok. of f the week:" in Florida
his best known'plays for his firm for comparable spans as a (Continued from pu-o t) planting polio although vaccine has been A man utroll down time irni -
was "Cheaper by the Dozen." "flrst.run" In other cities. OOC Test Gardens at Harrisburg Pa given routinely to children will hm (IIthr..n-I law the numkcepii dthtAd:
; Edward 1.. Connoly. Jr., He served as editor of "Hortl. ] ;
.In 1958 he had a play presentedon Serge turned Wlbberley's or I. et ai, to Turf Construction Co., culture Magazine" from 1951 through 1937.Two govern m e n t clinics nminliling "I ".,,', f"rgiNtxi \ [&
since ,
Broadway a dramatization of final story Into the present playIn Inc. Latham N.Y. In through 1957. I aimply iwi'l forgivem>."
Sherwood Anderson's novel of the 1963 when It began having parcel Miami Fla., doctors Dr '" .
Sec 8 Twp SO 26 $17 Foley Is author of "Garden *hy can't you forgive nu -
1 20's. "Wlnesburg Ohio. a gratifying success among ama. Rge Eugene Fllpse of the University .
600 Cleo H. Flowers In Color," "Vegetable asks the father-.in In*. I
tour groups from one end of ; Ingram, Tr., of Miami Medical School and '
BIG IMPRESSION> the continent to the other to James R. Adams Naples Gardening In Color," "Annualsfor Dr. Albert Johnson arrived Fri. "Hitunite You d 11111 threw ",,'

After publication. a novel In The Naples production will be parcel In Sec 8, Twp 60, Rge Your Garden"and ca.author day with 3,000 doses of vaccine nil of the house when" I asked t i I"

1955, "The Mouse" made a con. directed by Charles R. McCool 26. $11,000; Gabriel H. Luffto of "Garden Bulbs In Color and other shipments were received "marry )our Jiiunlilrt, e.
and "Christmas Tree Ground Co. How does .that grub Inu" Oh
slderable Impression as a clever and will mark a milestone for Harold W. Ralston Stueben- .
political satire so much so that the Naples Players.The 33 speak. vllle Ohio., parcel In Sec 1, vers for Easier Gardening" His" Dr. T. E. Cato head of the tutu hung tip BOOKSSONG
In the spring of that y.ar,barely log roles represent the largest Twp 50, Rge 31, Sl.OUU. latest book Is "Seaside Plants. Dade County (Fla) Health Departm.nt *

a month after the novel's appearance speaking cast ever assembledby George W. and Jessie T, has During traveled the past 10 years, he said the dm'tors If you ire uaill' salted |pea
Its rights were obtained the Players and the success Gill O'Brien Chicago more than 50,000 would send cultures from ill per nUll In making peanut I hriitle,
to James ,
for a stage attraction by fun casting is announced with Justa miles visiting gardens and our. sons to determine what type of you may wish to rid the nun of
Nancy Stern and Howard Dietz, touch of pride In being able parcel In Sec 25. Twp 50, series in the United States and polio had hit excess sell by rubbing them & STORY SHOP
the latter a well-known authorof to gather together such a large qge 34, $1,100; JIB Corp., to In Great Brltlan. He has also act. gently between paper toweling'
lyrics for musical comedies. W.R. Blgham, Jr., Naples, par- ed as garden consultant and land. 100 Passengers Del the pesmits ready before VIOl

Their Intention was to turn the cast.Ann Davis will be seen as eel In Sec 10. Twp 51, Rge scape designer tart preparing the unity' 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2520INTI4OIUCING
Glorlana the Twelfth reigning 26, $14,000 JIB Corp.,to PhilIp Foley has contributed to more Marooned On Bus .
duchess of Grand Fenwick and Naples than 500 articles to garden maga.
tiny N. Jean A. Keyes, -
Widow Claims lines and and has In Storm Have Fun
with Paul Comes as Tully Bas. parcel In Sec 10, Twp newspapers
lectured before hundreds of
GOP Candidate com, a forest ranger and, later, 51, Rge 26, $14,000; Normanp dlences. lie Is accredited au. LARAMIE wyo. (AP)-Being
an judgeof
High Constable of Grand Fen al 0 marooned atop Sherman 11111 In .
Sloan, et to Douglas horticulture and has Judged the
wick blizzard turned out to be fun
a
Swindled Her The prime minister of Grand and Teresa Barnes Pompano New England Flower Show. for 100 In three
tOKT LAUDERDALE (AP- Fenwlck will be protrayed by Beach parcel In Sec 31, Twp The public is Invited to hear buses passengers Two 01 Nuplcs'NEWEST HOMESBoth

A widow charged In a civil suit Kurt Puchhas with Ray Wain as 51, Rge 26, $5,000; Normanp his talk tomorrow evening Coeds from the University of

Friday that she was swindledout leader of the opposition party. Sloan, et al, to Henry J. Wyoming shared their packed

of. $8,867 by Mayor John Gerald Fitch will play a brilliant and Jean E. LaurlU, Ft. Uu- When you use lard in pie crust, lunches with the others. A Overlooking The Golf Court
Steele of Hallandale, a Repub. 'nuclear physicist protected byaii' 'derdale 'parcel In Sec 31, Twp,
Heart candidate for Congress. American General In charge bf 51, Rge 26. $5,000; Sebastian and spice. To do this, sift tri stranded passed out free milk.
Steele, an attorney denied security Robert Mattel. John Buswml to Frank J. O'Don- teaspoons each of sugar and

the accusation by Mrs. Joseph. lamurrl will be the Presidentof nell, Mamaroneck, N.Y., par nutmeg with the dry ingredients BE A 'FRIEND' t _
Ine Saba and called It "a polltl. the United States and Jeanne before the ftu
in
cel In Sec 16, Twp 51, Rge 27, cutting TO YOUR LIBRARY
cal smear. He It running
Veenschoten, his secretary. As
against Paul $2,000; Collier Land Investment -
Rep. Rogers D. Secretary of State of the United
Fla., In the 6th congressional'States, Doyle Morris will also Corp., to John R. and e N fQIen bur-lon r ,,
"
district. have his secretary Sheila Wal. Theresa W. Chllders. Hilde- ) "
Assistant State Attorney Rob. lace. Housekeeper for Professor bran N.C., parcel In Sec 23, 1

ert Fegers said a grand Jury Koklntz (the physicist) will be Twp 52, Rge 31, $1,900. '
would be called to Investigate Elsie Upham. General (Bob Mar. Collier Land Investment D J ,

the charge April 14. tel) Snippet has two daughters Corp., to Earl K. McNeil Chi /y .
Mrs. Saba contended In her both WAC second 1J"eutenants. cago parcel In Sec 31, Twp 52, S (\rItR.j) 1JIfcSvs f -.
suit that Steele defrauded her of played by Bette Price arid Ann .
Rge 31, $1,400; Collier Land f ,,
the money In handling the es. Schrader. Don Nick will /
play Investment Corp., to Curtis R. ckA s,1'- ( Sa (.$;
tate of her late husband. the part of an air-raid warden 5 .ru
Carpenter. Flint Mich.
par srs
1,900,000! red Cancer of and Roger a radio Walsh TV Jr.announcer, the role cel In Sec 31, Twp 52, Rge (

The American Cancer Society Rounding out the American por. 31, $1,000; Collier Land Investment ;

reports that then are now 1.200,. tion of the cast will be four Corp., to Bruce N.
000 Americana alive today cured students of Columbia University and Ruth B. Kirby Lenotr 0 U& Lou... 0.se. . 5
of cancer that I h alive today N.C. In Sec 35 I 0d
played by Roger Hoffman Wll. parcel Twp
..
,five yearn after treatment with. &41 '"/ ,
out symptoms of the disease An lIam Kerns, Ann Wardell and 52, Rge 31, $1,900; Emma lid
additional 700,000 cancer patients Carol Wlckenden also four Braeman to Roy L. and EthelV f -1'coy 0c-ses
treated within the last five years American tourists Susan Ander. Cox Clewlston, parcel In :I OPEN TODAY NOON 'TIL DARK

will liv. to enter the ranks of son, Carol Cam pen, Carol Lowe Sec 26, Twp 52, Rge 33, $1, i I I.. stout on Wediie Drive overlooking the dulf ('nurse In the Moorings, this floor

,those cured. Thu. there are actually and Sybllla Gideon. 100; Miami Investment Co., to plan! provides for ever* family nerd l and plea uic Screened porch directly off the

1.900.000 Americans cured of MEANWHILE. Charles F, Hanna Houma, La., llv.UK room reathel l through a b..utlful.y ..periling tlulinir glass wall. Centrally
The American Cancer Society
cancer.needs the support of all to Meanwhile, back in Grand Fen. parcel In Sec 8, Twp 52, Rge : Ixaiel, kitchen, for ttrv.ri* to lire family loom, biukfsHt bur, and the dining area.

keep up and enlarge the gains wick, Tully Bascom'I mother will 34, $1,600. Ownon aulle I In completely, separate .n,1) pilvatc Two full tile bath and I threelii'ilrooiin

made arainxt the disease be played by Leslie Gates and Miami Investment Co., to \( J cjinplrte with central air rnmlitioninK and hratlriK Kitchen has dmpumil
his second in command of the Gerald and Alleen Taub Pat- t .
7g7 and fully automata oven and l range lluuiir ha a Urge two rar enclosed garageI1 .
YOUR Fenwlcklan army will be Robert terson NJ., parcel In Sec
iced to tell at only $28,500
Hicks. A peasant girl of Grand 18, Twp 52, Rge 34, $2,000; ,.

PHARMACISTSPEAKS Fen wick, who treads on (grapes Frances M. Bowen to J. Fred 1'1-4' 1.1f"1''l CDI2.IA.INA .sHDP tCALN 'PAfIO)
.will be Rose lamurrl (with pur. Abranamson Colorado Springs .

pie feet). Laurl Price will be Colo., parcel In Sec 4, Twp
the Court Pace. Two
seen is
53, Rge 26, $55,000James:
ladiea.ln-walting to Glorlana will
BY be Danette Faerber and Nadine C. Clary to Alma Wood, et DISTINCTIVE

+ GENEMcLAIN Parker. A..J finally that mighty al MiamI, parcel In Sec 13.

force that will vanquish the Twp 53, Rge 29, $2,400; The FASHIONS,

United States the army of Grand South Coast Const.. Co., Inc., k

Fenwlck, played by Larry Faller, to JosephC Leonardl,Chicago,
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David" Lyon t a four-man Softball team,

"The King and His Court," SPORT

The varying Interest In base It .ran be done by a local boy," will be In Naples April 23 to
ball hereabouts Is t curious thine Rice says Naples may have other play i local all-star team at

to behold. The older and better major league prospects who need lleeelty.Yra, 4 *, :hi I 8p.m. atCimbier Park. . . . . . . . . ...
t boy gets, the less that people the game experience and expo. w '. 1 Announcement of the date and
seen to care about him. sure that only Legion ball can
The time and effort spent In provide. College\ recruiters al. time were rode by Recreation 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sundae April ,IS, 1964
Director Julius Lesser on
the Little League program seems gfl have their eyes open for the
somewhat futile when, after betteMhan-average Legion ball\ \ Friday, after he received a
players reach their 15th birth player. contract In the mall from agents Name Winners Of To Announce

day, there Is no place for them for the famous four-man team.
to play. The local team this summer The game Mil be eight Jays Beach Club Gals'Handicap

".\t IS, boys are Just really will travel to places such as later than the originally-an-
TourneyOn
starting to pick up the fine points Arcadia, Wauchula, Bradenton, nounced date of April 15. Olympic Cage
of the tame," Rollle\ Rice de. and Sarasota. These road trips "The later date works out Tuesday March 31, the

Glares And that's when baseball will cost money. There will be well for us," Lesser noted. members of the BeachClub Women's

as It has been organized locally expenses to be met at home .... ,... ... ....__ . Softball will bs Golf Association com
loose '<.. "f r_ :.......-.... .v.9..... ,.". "Our season
turns Rice wants Its to players.help correct this games If you, too.are Interested In boost. BUNCHED UP Naples broad- place in the event Thursday in a meet more than a week old by peted In the final round of the T Team TodayNEW
then." The local men's league 72 hole annual' Handicap Tour.nament"
oversight by forming an Amerl. Ing the Naples team, you can jumper Bob Koch strains for the long at Immokalee. (NEWS photo) YORK AP) Veteran
(
begins play April 14, .
can Legion team which will begin send your donation to the American
competing against Legion teams Legion Baseball Fund at the est possible leap. Koch won fifthBAREFOOT "Th King and His Court"will The winner In Class "A" coach Slats Gill watched MsNCAA

from other southwest Florida Bank of Naples. or to Rice per. make its first appearance was A. Brumflel with a net Red team going through
drills and sighed a
cities soon after school Is out. sonally. 7 ever In Naples, which is ((298)). In second place was I 1. its pre.game. \
bit
Legion ball, for boys 15 to More details about the coming quite a bit smaller than most Montgomery ((303)): In third And wistfully he only has the crew for

I 19 years old, seems to be a season will come out of a Legion of the places the team visits place, M L. Schmucker ((310)). one more game before turning
rather natural extension of the district managers' meeting which The four-man team Is Just beginning In Class "B" the winners at least some of them over to
Little league Senior Little Rice will attend at Arcadia this
Its 18th annual cross were B. Sherwood ((307E.\; the tender mercies of Henry lbs
'earthed League program.bit Rice of Interestby has un. afternoon. It appears that the country tour. It will play 180 Marsh ((311)) and I I. Roland ((31S). of Oklahoma State
quite a local team will\ play on Monday, --
:, youngsters for a Naples area Wednesday, and Friday after games and travel 65,000 miles Winning In Class "C" was Even though the players are
Legion team, so he Is proceeding noons. Home games at night would from now until October. L. Kernell ((320)) E. fail ((335)) picked as Individuals rather

with plans to enter a team In attract larger crowds, but Rice Leading light of "The I King and H. Gladding ((337)). than by teams, the chances are
I Legion district play this summer.A says the Gambler Park light and MU Court" U pitcher( Eddie In the Regular nine-hole good that the Olympic Selection

former player In the St. poles are too short for baseball.A Feigner, who can be countedon group, E. Blair carded a net Committee will choose a large
Louis Cardinals chain, Rice has ball hit higher than the lights, to give the fans their mo 162 M. Evans ((169) and C.Chlcke part of the li-man team that !II

I several reasons for wanting to get of course, disappears from sight MR 1 tApk ney's worth. Feigner, who Is ring ((171)). the will represent this country from the In 'c i
Tokyo Olympics
Legion ball going again In Naples, If Rice and other Interested sr 39 years old, originated the Coinciding with the final .9
.a two teams In the finals of the
after a two.year absence. R will persons can sustain a Legion ai" four-man team Idea In 1946 In round of "Handicap Tour trials I
give the players something to do team In the 4
coming seasons, 1
Walla Walla, Wash His team- nament" a low-net and putts The makeup of the Olympic
this will have
summer. Boys a baseball players of high school
chance to learn the game's fine age will not feel the absenceof mates are a catcher, short for the field event was sche team, to be coached by Iba, will II j

points from someone who Is well\ a high school baseball pro. stop, and first baseman. duled In classes. Following ire be announced Sunday morning.

equipped to teach them. gram so acutely Even so, It w During the course of the the winners of this event.Class 1,
And Legion ball may providea Is remarkable that no school game here Feigner will relyon "A" I I. Montgomery low net '
springboard to greater things the Naples area has a baseball a blinding fast ball to strikeout ((74)); A. Brumflel ((77)): M. Big Cypress Gals

for some of. the more able field In playable shape. most of the opponents. He Becker ((78)). The following four
players. also will pitch from second base members tied with a lownetof Open Play TuesdayFor

So It was with Harry Blllle, Players and fans may have and will throw blindfolded: for 79: E. Abbott, M.L Championship
the 1962 NHS graduate. He Is the chance to directly compare 4 and
an Inning. Schmucker, A, Youker, E.
a fine natural athlete, but his the merits of Senior Little Lea. Betts Qualifying rounds have been IJ

ability to play baseball might gue vs. Pony League ball, If In Class "B" the low-net completed by the members ofthe ,)
have gone unnoticed by major the Little League board of dlrec. Big Cypress MenIn Women's Big Cypress Golf Association .
winners were I 1. Roland ((73))
;
league scouts had he not played
ton approves a plan put forth and the tournament for the t
Legion ball one summer. This by John lamurrl. The board WALTER RITCHIE leads opponents won the event in a time of :i57.4, and Second RoundOf B. Sherwood ((78)),K.Radabaugh club championship starts on ;

provided him with necessary "ex. meets April 20 to make final all wearing shoes, in 440- teammates Randy Harris and Kelly ((80)). I. McCune and A. Capelle\ Tuesday finals will be played on
posure" to the scouts, and even. plans for the beginning of Little tied with ((81)). 9 and luncheon I
during quadrangular track Ellis finished third and fourth Thursday, April a '
yard run
tually he signed a bonus contract League and Senior League Tourney PlayFirst In Class "C" winning low- will follow. '/

with the Pirates. seasons meet Thusrday at Immokalee RitchieBy (NEWS photo) nets were E. Paul ((78)), L. Mrs. Edward Reeves was

"Harry showed the kids that. lamurrl proposes that the 13. round matches have been Kernell ((79)) H. Gladding (84)) medalist In the qualifying rounds, 1! .

year.old ballplayers, who nor. School GolfersAt completed by members ofthe Big and L, Brown ((85)). shooting a gross 84, and will r
LBJ Will Toss mally don't see much action In Florida Sports Cypress Men's Golf AssociationIn In the nine hole group, I I. play Mrs. Frank Unkeless In t
Senior League games,be organlz. Big CypressThe the tournament for the club Klauder won with a low-net the first match of the tournament I
First BaseballTo ed Into two championship Finals are to be
experimental Pony 9 7.
at a m. April ,,
League clubs, which would play THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 4-3 to break a Hurricane victory Naples Senior High School completed April 11. ((41)); E. Blair and K. Woodill Starting times on Tuesday for

Open Season each other Monday nights These GOLF streak of 137 matches that ex. golf team was playing the school Winners In first round matches tied ((42)). others competing In the tourna.

WASHINGTON (APPresl.. same boys, lamurrl says, could ST. PETERSBURG Betsy tended back to 1115'7.GAINESVILLEThe. team from North Fort Myers were as follows\ A. Williams had the least ment have been announced as fol. c
dent Johnson will keep tradition play senior League Ball on Wed. Rawls sank a S.foot putt on the Unlver. Saturday morning at Big Cypress, Dick Vance over George number of putts for the field lows I
36th hole and took a one-stroke slty of Florida downed Hope but rounds were not completed In Losler, 6-5j Harry Summers over .
and attend the opening game ol nesdays and Fridays. ; ((32)) 9:05 Mrs Edwin CuBan !1
the American League baseball\ There has been some Interestin lead after two rounds of the College 8-1 to Increase Us tennis time for the NEWS to print the Ed Dubane, 4.3; Bill Me Dennis On Tuesday morning April vs Mrs. James Wilson i.1j

season April 13 and toss out the having Pony ball here In placeof $10,000 Golf St. tournament.Petersburg Women'sOpen She had victories to 10 as opposed to results. over Tom Treadwell, 6-5; Char. 7, at nine o'clock a breakfastIs 9:10 Mrs. Coleman Lloyd vs t.
first ball.Through. Senior Little League Boys four losses for the season les Carr over Charles Jung, scheduled at the 19th hole. Mrs. Warren Sarkman.
the years this has who were 12 years old last year a two-round total of 143. WINTER PARK-Rollins took 4.31; William Dtddel over Vince This will be followed by the 9:30 Mrs. William MrGennis
CAPE CORAL The Vnlver. four singles matches and two River ParkRecreation Wood. 3-2 Ben Ruhl over Nick
been a standard presidential all of a sudden have to move ; after vs Mrs. Charles Carr.
ally of Houston ended the third doubles to defeat Mlnarlch 44 and Warren regular quarterly meeting, -
procedure, with misses occa. up to the standard-slzed base. round of play In the Florida Amherst 7-2. ; Sack which the presentation pf .1011. special j< l>wtket\ (,.Mrs. Ben
sionally.The ball diamond In Senior Leaguethis BASEBALL man over Clint Damon, 3-2 Ruh( yllTplay Airs: C.; W.Darttpri! <
Intercollegiate Golf tournamentwith prizes will be made to the
Vance and Summer met Inoue
year. It takes them abouta at 630 and Mrs. Don Jones
Washington Senators a.m.
will
;
a total of 880 and a MIAMI Miami rapped out winners of the annual "Handi
second round match Vance win.
year to adjust to the bigger will match strokes with Mrs. Wil.
play the Los Angeles Angels In to Jones Director
19 stroke lead) over the ten five runs in the third Inning Rickey ,
nine 1-up by finking a 20 foot putt Tournament"
the District field. cap 11am Uldclel at 8:45
of Columbia Stadl. a.m.
schools competing defeat Jacksonville 7.51n a Flor. All boys, 12-15, Interest
um April 13. Pony League ball Is played by BOYNTON BEACH-The golf Ida Intercolleg late baseball ed In joining ages the "Tadpole" on the 18th hole. Also on Tuesday, April 7, In last Thursday's outing, Mrs.
13 and 14-yearolds on diamonds Other second round matches the first qualifying round of Jane hllsberg won the low net
GOOD LACE team of Dr. Ed Updegraf of game weight lifting classes should are scheduled for tomorrow and
A TO WIN with 75.foot basepaths splitting TALLAHASSEE Undefeat.ed the Beach Club Championship tournament for non qualify lag:
Tucson Ariz. and Charlie Smithof
River Park Recreation
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) The the difference between Little Lea. of meet at Tuesday. Tournament will be played.The members
Gastonla N.C. shot on Wake Forest ran Its string
par
60 feet and the standard Center Monday, April 6th at .
700th basketball victory for Kentucky fue's the first hole of a sudden death victories to 10 with the 14 de. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) second qualifying round will Players areadvisedlhalresert;
: Coach Adolph Rupp came 90 feet. This permits playing playoff to win the Dick Wilson feat of Florida State University 4 p.m. Terry Shinkle, a University of take place on April 21, con- vat ions for the Thursday, April
Woodruff Hall the Uni conditions to up with the All boys, 11-13, Interested 9 buffet "must." Iteserva.
at at grow Invitational best.ball\ champion. In the FSU invitational baseball ages Louisville freshman shot a par tinuing each consecutive day are a
verity of Georgia. This was players. ship. tournament. In Joining the Pony League on the ninth hole of a recent until the finals are reached. tlons ran be made by calling
the tame floor where the Wildcats Tryout date for Senior Little TENNIS WINTER PARK Colby da- baseball team should meet at golf round and it was his worst 2-CC92 before April 8, a spokes.|

lost their first game under League players will be Saturday, MIAMI-Princeton Universityunset feated Duke 4-3 and Davidson River Park Recreation Center hole. He\ had fired eight straight Everyone Heads The NEWS man said.

Rupp 33 years earlier. April 18. the University of MiamiIt edged Rollins 9-8 In a baseball Monday, April 6th at 5 p.m. birdies and had a 28.
tournament being hosted by
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i: i NaplesFlotilla of the property runs north from
WI Tips OnBoating Big Land SaleIn the East Naples Fire station
1 "' property along Airport Road to
UnderWay .! a point Just south of the Davis
\... \ USCGA Naples AreaMore Blvd. Intersection
4 The east boundary runs northof
than a section of land Naples South and north boun.

LaTourRivage ; Member of the Naples Flotil. Every boat should carry a ae. renter north and Is being east of sold the for government$750.000 dary runs west of the Airport.
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Davis Road
la 93 of the V.S. Coast Guard cond anchor and adequate line cash, it was disclosed Friday. area.wfiettwrlntfn
Construction has begun at ri t.. Auxnian offer tips on the art for enerjency action. For New owner of the propertyIs
the site of la Tour Rlvage a of authoring In this release, example, in a blow or strong Sldne Hubachman of Morris.
IiLet
..Ixstory.Wllt cooperative noting that books, pamphlets,andthousands current the length of your anchor town, N.J His law firm here,
; tJ. of words have been line should be at least seven
Sorokot ,
apartment building complex ) Taylor, and Carson
written m the aubject.T times the depth of the water.
which will rise reports that Hubschman la make
on a beach- ( ) e 1 I..ad. on ground tackle hat, A concrete block Is not an anchorDon't .
oJ' Ing the Investment
purchase "tor
front lot between the Tides ---. throe pri'\clpal components. uner shut off your motor until "
purposes Previous owner was
and Edgewater Beach Apes ---=: lUng from wind action on all jour anchor Is definitely holding Is t rI
which
An informal groundbreaking part of the boat above water, and don't lift the anchor until the Triangle Corp.,
was heldFridaywithrepresen- an "at from the effect of cur.rer )"u have started your engine. affiliated with the Collier
tatives of the developers contractor and this Is equivalent to Maybe your anchor won't hold Interests i
The tract of land contains
and sales staff the t 'r:e required to propel the and your engine won't start.
pre- It east from I II
762.68 acres runs
A shovel bct: through: still water at thespeed Don't throw your anchor,lower 9
sent. power was Inserting the courthouse along the east
of the current; and the It gently over the aide. You
slender concrete pilings Tamlaml Trail to near Naples
third load component Is from might foul your anchor or even
which will be driven South and the western boundary
deep t aw.: ; and surge action of the get your foot caught In the line.
Into the ground shortly. The Five feet of chain betweenthe
pilings will support the six- boatCf the three that due to wind anchor line and the anchor
story chateau section of U Tour is r>r Important. will make any anchor hold better :A--- -- r m
Rlvage 'lectlng; your anchor and line and prolong the life of the line
At 1200000. the building L shrjld be determined by the boat IdmpliQfjttrCaftttrin
permit for this new additionto forn and dimensions and Its own
"The Theater of the World,"
the Naples beachfront otlnr particular qualities A mo.
sky published in M70. was the firm,
line will be the largest per- 1 der light anchor will hold bett.rthar "inxicm atlas It v.u the brim

mit ever Issued by the cityof several an times old Ita style weight anchor of iluld of an Antwerp bumnessnmn U.S. 41 At Four Corners _
Naples. It will be taken who became annoyed it the he
Always secure the anchor line
out within the month. Ownerof to the boat before drooping the witjerinf, array of map shapes. e LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED
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la Tour Rlvage Is Naples ant .or. Believe It or not, many sizes and projections then available DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
he _
Finally commuiKwed
Waterfront Developers Inc.,and anchors have been lost and boats
!Jt0 a draftsman to draw maps of um = II 1.00 A M. To Iti 1 M.
general contractor is Frank J. endangered because this was not
I tam site -
Rooney Inc., a Fort Lauderdale Ii ." done. = MONDAY LUNCH .
firm which has built -
I M of east coast coopl.jJ .a number POWER SHOVEL marks, the spot of la tractor; Caroline Downing, sales representative NAPLES MOST MODERN ...... V4 Fried Chicken

Tour Rivage, for which ground was ; end George Guy, developer, HAIR FASHION SALON =_ Choice of Two 62c V.I..bln

MODELON DISPLAYA broken Friday Looking over the big The beachfront cooperative will have This Week = Coconut or Chocolate Cr..m Pit
model of how the building building's plans are (from left) J. D 40 units and will be the most expen- ,., Spetlal 12cTUESDAY
will look when Permanent
completed
and Bob both of sive single building to be constructed
I Is on display at the model Jameson Meister, I Wave $12.50 I = LUNCH .
RK. $..... .
apartment (which will be the Frank J. Rooney, Inc, general con- here. (NEWS photo) = Stuffed Bell Pepper/Creole Sauce

manager's quarters after the sallies garden accenting the dividual tastes.Guy points out. painting will be In colors of Try Mr..JWills New Body Hair Cut! Makes your act Choice of Two V..blll.
main building Is completed In French Colonial motif. Interior changes or additionscan the buyer's choice. There also stay better and keeps the fries out of your permanent 62c
uctober.) At first glance Since la Tour Rlvage Is be made by the contrac- Is a color selection for bath- Applo ., Pfich Pit,
the project appears to be Just "planned with emphasis on luxury tor at extra cost Interior room fixtures and kitchen appliances WILLS HAIR FASHIONS 12e
one building. ." the purchase prices are for a limited time priorto
Developer George R. Guy scaled accordingly. They range construction. 417 r,Ith A... to hm MI 1,Ml
carefully points out that la Tour from $33,500 for 10 of the units Fitzek Wins
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: Rlvage actually will consist of In the villas section to $82.
several buildings separated by 500 for each of the two 'su-- New Promotion
. covered breezeways. This custom perbly luxurious penthouses"at
feature.Guy says Insures the top of the chateau wing. BARNESVILLE, GA. JamesK.
ample ventilation for all units There are two penthouses In Fitzek, son of Mr. and Mrs. J
and contributes to privacy be- the villas priced at $49,500 Rudolph J. Fitzek, 375 Broad

4e 4 casue walls. there are *no common apiece. Ave.the, Naples rank ,of has first been lieutenantin promotedto FIRST NATIONAL BANK of NAPLES8th

, Other exclusive features will EARLY SALES the ROTC unit at Gordon
s add to the beauty and desirability Guy reports that nine of Military College
Rank in the Cadet Corps at
of la Tour Rivage Guy the 40 units have been sold Gordon la achieved academicand
by
declares. Each unit will have
including one of the $82,500 military progress of the
Its own covered parking space penthouses. All units over- Individual cadet.
and an apartment dweller cant look the Gulf. A Junior college with a prep
get out of her parked car and Other features of la Tour Rl- department, Gordon was founded ANNIVERSARY APRIL 3 1964
Ii go inside without having to step vage will Include a largeswim- In 1852 and Is an Honor School ,
.I a out Into the rain.Elimination ming pool, lanai and cabana with a Senior ROTC unit operated
i t. of a big open area, recreation room shuf- under the Department of the Army
parking area will allow exten- fleboard courts and a beach- Program
sive landscaping, on the Gulf front patio. The beach avail- officials
Shore Blvd. side as well as In able to residents is 240 feet In then of early New . ... .t. PROGRESS GROWTH .. . .. .
the York called Nieuw Amsterdam -
private courtyard lookingout
,launched the first
on the Gulf. Focal pointof long.Each unit can be styled by antilitter-' .0 ...
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but campaign, fining first offenders .
the courtyard will be a Ver- the purchaser to fit his in- the equivalent of .1.20PRIKE .


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Property, consisting of 93.7 acres, more or less, yl r/ ip

adjoins the northeast city limits of rapidly grow-

ing Naples. It is only seven blocks from the heartof

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Landscaping for the development could be pro- _. RESOURCES ,

vided by:: an existing nursery, consisting of over Cash dDu. from Banks---------- $1,371.678 .;

10,000 luxuriant tropical trees, shrubs and plants Bonds 5,434.382.50Municipal :!! .
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with an estimated resale value of more than $75,000.In Bend 470,118.60 i/;; .
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addition there are 1,581 orange trees on approx- Federal Reserve Bank Stock - - 13,450.00

imately 22 acres which yield several thousand dollars end Discounts 3677242.38
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in revenue. (Citrus is a growing industry 258.04
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in Collier County.) -'-" r ri Banking House - - - 161,310.09

Furniture and Fixture - - .- 44,718.61
A reliable firm of planning engineers has madea 22,518.87 c
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study of the property, and its findings are avail- TOTAL RESOURCES $11,195,677:92:

able to the purchaser.This .
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acquire a unique and desirable site in one of Flor- Capitol Stock - - - -- 350000.00

ida's most popular and progressive areas. Surplus---------------- 185,000.00

Undivided Profits - - -- 53,131.96

For further details and an inspection of the _Reserve _ _ - - 342,200.36

property contact TOTAL LIABILITIES 11195677.92-

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By TIME Here April 23The

David Lyon : four-man Softball team,

"The King and His Court,"

Tht varying Interest In base It ran be done by a local boy," will be In Naples April 23 to
ball hereabout is a curious thin; Rice says Naples may have other play t local all-star team at

to behold. The older and better major league prospects who need 8 p.m. at Cambler Park . . . . . . . .
a boy jets, the less that people the game experience and expo. Announcement of the date and
seem to care about him. sure that only Legion ball can time were made by Recreation
.ft. COLLIER rntiVTY NEWS Sunday Ann 5. 1984
The
time and effort spent In provide. College recruiters al. Director Julius Lesser on
the Little League program seems sa have their eyes open for the Friday after he received a
,
somewhat futile when, alter better-than.average Legion ball.
players reach their 15th birth. player. contract In the mail from agents Name Winners Of To Announce

day, there Is no place for themto for the famous four-man team. Gals'Handicap
play. The local team this summer k The game will be eight days Beach Club

"At IS, boys are ,Just really will travel to places such as i later than the originally-an- TourneyOn
starting to pick up the flno points Arcadia Wauchula, Bradenton, nounced date of April 15. Olympic Cage
of the game," Rollle Rice de. and Sarasota These road trips "The later date works out Tuesday March 31, the
... And that's when baseball will cost money. There will be A ; well for us," Lesser noted. members of the Beach club wo
ti
u It has been organized locally expenses to be met at home -- ... ...,- ., -.--..- ... .-.. ._--. + "Our Softball season will be men's Golf Association competed -
turns loose Us players. games, too. i week old final round of the Team TodayNEW
more than a by In the
broad- in the Thursday in meetat
UP place event
Rice wants to help correct this If you are Interested In boost. ALL BUNCHED Naples a then." The local men's lea- 72 hole annual' HandtcipTour-

oversight by forming an American Ing the Naples team, you can jumper Bob Koch strains for the long. Immokalee (NEWS photo) begins play April 14. nament". YORK (AP) Veteran
gue
Legion team which will begin send donation to the Amerl.
your Koch fifth coach Slats G1U watched Ms
est possible leap. won "Th King and His Court" The winner In Class "A"
teams
competing against Legion can Legion Baseball Fund at the through
Red team going
NCAA
from other southwest Florida Bank of Naples, or to Rice per. will make its first appear- was A. Brumftel with a net Its drills and sighed a
cities soon after school Is out. sonally. ance ever In Naples, which Is ((298)). In second place was I I. bit pre>game'
wistfully<
Legion ball, for boys 15 to More details about the coming quite a bit smaller than most Montgomery ((303)); In third And he only has the crew for
'19 years old, seems to be a season will come out of a Legion of the places the team visits. place, M U Schmucker (310))). one more game before turning
rather natural extension of the district managen' meeUniwhlch The four-man team is just beginning In Class "B" the winners at least some of them over to
:Little League Senior Little Rice will attend at Arcadia this Its 18th annual cross were B. Sherwood ((30Ts): E. the tender mercies of Henry Iba

I'I League program Rice has un.'earthed afternoon. It appears that the country tour. It will play 180 Marsh ((311)) and I I. Roland ((315)). of Oklahoma State.
quite a bit of Interesttby local team will play on Monday, games and travel 65,000 miles Winning In Class "C" was Even-though! the players are

youngsters tor a Naples area Wednesday, and Friday after b from now until October. L. Kernell ((320)); E. Pail ((335)) picked as Individuals rather
Legion team so he Is proceeding Home at night would
noons. games of "The and H. (337). than by teams, the chances are
Leading light King Cladding (
with plans to enter a team In attract larger crowds, but Rice .
Legion district play this summer.A says the Cambler Park light y r and His Court" pitcher Eddie In the Regular nine-hole good that the Olympic Selection

former player In the St. poles are too short for baseball.A Feigner, who can be countedon group, E. Blair carded a net Committee of will 12.man choose a large that .
I I Louis Cardinals chain, Rice has ball hit higher than the lights, to give the fans their mo- 162 M. Evans ((169)) and C. part will represent the this country team In '..

several reasons for wanting to get of course, disappears from sight.If ney's worth Feigner, who Is Chickening ((171)). the Tokyo Olympics from the
ball again In Naples and other Interested 39 old with the final
Legion going Rice years originated the Coinciding two teams In the finals of the
after a two.year absence. It will persons can sustain a Legion r four-man team Idea In 1946 In round of the "Handicap Tour trials.

give the players something to do team In the coming seasons, Walla Walla, Wash. His team- nament" a low-net and putts The make.up of the Olympic

this summer Boys will have a baseball players of high school mates are a catcher, shortstop for the field event was sche- team, to be coached by Iba, will y
chance to learn the fine feel the absence
game's not
age will and first baseman. duled In classes. Following are be announced Sunday morning
points from someone who Is well. of a high school baseball pro
During the course of the the winners of this event.Class
equipped to teach them. gram so acutely. Even so, It
game here, Feigner will relyon "A" I I. Montgomery low net
i And Legion ball may provide Is remarkable that no .choolinthe
a springboard to greater things Naples area has a baseball a blinding fast ball to strikeout ((74)j) A. Brumflel ((77)); M. Big Cypress Gals

for some of. the more able field In playable shape. most of the opponents. He Becker ((78)). The following four Tuesday t
players. n also w 111 pitch from second base members tied with a low-net Open Play

; So It was with Harry Blllle, Players and fans may have and will throw blindfolded for of 79: E. Abbott, M.L. For Championship
the 1962 NHS graduate. He Is the chance to directly comparethe an Inning. Schmucker. A. Youker and E,
I fine natural athlete, but his merits of Senior Little Lea. Betts Qualifying rounds have been

ability to play baseball might gue vs. Pony League ball, If MenIn In Class "B" the low-net completed by the members of the

have gone unnoticed by major the Little League board of dlrec. -- Big Cypress winners were I 1. Roland ((73)); Women's Big Cypress Golf Asso.
league scouts had he not played tors approves a plan put forth elation and tournament (or the
Legion ball one summer. This by John lamurrl. The board BAREFOOT WALTER RITCHIE leads op won the event in a time of t57.4, and Second RoundOf B. Sherwood ((78)), K.Radabaugh club championship starts on ,.

provided him with necessary "ex. meets April 20 to make final ponents, all wearing shoes, in 440- teammates Randy Harris and Kelly (80)). I. McCune and A. Cape lie Tuesday. Finals will be played on

posure" to the scouts, and even. plans for the beginning of Little yard run during quadrangular track Ellis finished third and fourth. tied with ((81)). Thursday, April 9, and a luncheon
tually he signed a bonus contract League and Senior League Tourney PlayFirst In Class "C" winning low- will follow
with the Pirates. seasons. meet Thusrday at Immokalee. Ritchie (NEWS photo) nets were E. Paul ((78)), L. Mrs. Edward Reeves was

"Harry showed the kids that lamurrl proposes that the 13-._ round matches have been Kernell ((79)) Gladding ((84)) medalist in the dual Ifylng' rounds,
year old ballplayers, who nor. School GolfersAt completed by members of the Bit and L. Brown ((85)). shooting a gross 84, and will j
LBJ Will Toss mally don't see much action In Florida Sports Cypress Men's Golf AssociationIn In the nine hole group, I. play Mrs. Frank Unkeless In
the tournament for the club
Senior League games,be organlz. Big CypressThe Klauder won with a low-net the first match of tournament
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First BaseballTo ed Into two experimental Pony championship finals are to be at 9 a.m. April 7.
League clubs, which would play By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 4-3 to break a Hurricane victory Naples Senior High School completed April 11. ((41)); E. Blair and K. \voodill Starting times on Tuesday for

Open Season each other Monday nights. These GOLF streak of 137 matches that ex. golf team was playing the school Winners In first round matches tied ((42)). others competing In the tourna.
ST. PETERSBURG Betsy tended back to 195'1.GAINESVILLEThe. team from North Fort Myers were as follows! A. Williams had the least
same boys lamurrl could ment have been announced asfol.
says,
,
WASHINGTON (AP- Presl. play senior League Ball on Wed. Rawls sank a 25-foot putt on the Unlver. Saturday morning at Big Cypress, Dick Vance over George number of putts for the field lows:
dent Johnson will keep tradition nesdays and Fridays. 36th hole and took a onestrokelead slty of Florida downed Hope but rounds were not completed In Losler, 6.5; Harry Summers over ((32)). 9:03: Mrs, Edwin DuBim
and attend the opening game of There has been some InterestIn after two rounds of the College 8.1 to Increase Its tennis time for the NEWS to print the Ed Dubane, 4.3; Bill McGennls On Tuesday morning April vs Mrs James Wilson
the American League baseball $10,000 St. Petersburg Women's victories to 10 as opposed to results. over Tom Treadwell, 6.5 Char. : f.
having Pony ball here In placeof ; 7, at nine o'clock a breakfastIs 9:10 Mrs Coleman Doyd vs
season April 13 and toss out the
Open Golf tournament. She had four losses for the season les Carr over Charles Jung, '
first ball.Through. Senior Little League. Boys scheduled at the 19th hole. Mrs. Warren Sarkman.
who 12 old last a two-round total of 143. WINTER PARK-Rollins took 4.3; William Dlddel over Vince 9:30 Mrs. William McGennisvs
were years year This will be followed by the
the this has
years CAPE CORAL The Unlver. four singles matches and two River ParkRecreation Wood. 3.2; Ben Ruhl over Nick
allot a sudden have to move Mrs. Charles Carr.
been standard regular quarterly meeting, after -
a presidential slty of Houston ended the third Mlnarlch and
doubles to defeat Amherst 7-2. 4.31; Warren Sack
procedure with misses up to the standard-slned base which jhe pf In a JH'lal bcj :ket,,Mrs. Den 7t
occa. round of play In the Florida presentation
Clint Damon 32. 1\
man over ,
ball diamond In Senior League RuhI 1M-play Mi's.! : c: WDgttiphal (
tonally. Intercollegiate Golf tournamentwith BASEBALL prizes wilt be made to the
Vance and Summers met In one
this tt takes them abouta 8:30\ and Mrs. ban Jones
The Washington Senators will year. a total of 880 and a MIAMI Miami rapped out second round match, Vance win. winners of the annual "Handi a.m.,
play the Los year to adjust, to the bigger In the third to Rickey Jones, Director will match strokes with Mrs. Wll.
Angeles Angels In 19 stroke lead over the ten five runs Inning nlng loUp by sinking a 20-foot putt cap Tournament".
the District of Columbia Stadl. field. schools competing defeat Jacksonville 7-5 In aFlor. All boys, ages 12-15, Interested Ham Dlddel! at 8:45 a.m.
the 18th hole.
ball Is on Also on Tuesday, April 7, In last Mrs.
um April 13. Pony League played by BOYNTON BEACH-The golf Ida Intercolleg late baseball In joining the "Tadpole" Thursday's outing,
13 and 14-year-olds on diamonds Other second round matches the first qualifying round of Jane //lIsherg: won the low net
team of Dr. Ed Updegraf of game. classes should
weight lifting are scheduled for tomorrow and
LACE .
A GOOD WIN with 75-foot basepaths. splitting TALLAHASSEE Undefeat. the Beach Club Championship tournament for non: qualifytogmembers
Tucson, Ariz., and Charlie Smithof meet It River Park Recreation Tuesday.
LEXINGTON. Ky. (AP) The the difference between Little Lea. Gastonla, N.C., shot par on ed Wake Forest ran Its string of Tournament will be played.The .
700th basketball victory for Ken. gue's 60 feet and the standard the first hole of a sudden death victories to 10 with the 7-4 de. Center Monday, April 6th at LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) second qualifying round will Players are advised th.it reser.
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tucky Coach Adolph Rupp came 00 feet. This permits playing playoff to win the Dick Wilson feat of Florida State University p.m. Terry Shinkle, a University of take place on April 21. con vatlons for the Thursday, April
al Woodruff Hall at the University conditions to grow up with the Invitational best>all champion. In the FSU Invitational baseball AU boys, ages 11-13,Interested Louisville freshman, shot t par tinning each consecutive day 9, buffet are a "must."Heserva.
of Georgii. This was players. ship. tournament. In joining the Pony League on the ninth hole of a recent until the finals are reached. tions can be made by calling
the time floor where the Wi Id- Tryout date for Senior Little TENNIS WINTER PARK Colby de. baseball team should meet at golf round and it was his wont 2.{ G92 before April 8, a stakes,

cats lost their first game under League players will be Saturday, MIAMI-Princeton Universityunset bated Duke 4.3 and Davidson River Park Recreation Center hole. He had fired eight straight Everyone' Reads The NEWS man said.

Rupp 33 years earlier. April 18. the University of Miami edged Rollins 9.8 In a baseball Monday, April 6th at 5 p.m. birdies and had a 28.
tournament being hosted by
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I Naples '\ of the property runs north foam
Wi j Tips On Big Land SaleIn the East Naples Fire station

T' Flotilla property along Airport Road to
Under I ,
Way On "' "' Boating S' USCGA Naples Area Blvd.a point Intersection.just south of the Davis
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The east boundary rim northof
More than a section of land Naples South and north boun.

LaTourRivageConstruction .xt ,\.. VlerntxTi' of the Naples! Flotll. Every boat should carry a se. north and ts being east of sold the for governmentcenter $750,000 dary runs west of the Airport
/t. la 93 o| the U.S. Coast Guard cond anchor and adequate line cash, it was disclosed Friday. .Davis Road area.
has begun tt Auxiiurj offer tip on the art for energency action. For New owner of the property
the site of U Tour Rlvage, a \ ,: of anchoring In this release, example, In a blow or strong la Sidney Hubachman of Morris Mtf tdf4Vir f tl'Jns
six-story. 40-unlt cooperative fI! / noting that books, pamphlets,and current the length of your anchor town N.J. His law firm here,
apartment building complex .'/.. ",..J ; ..V' th"liquids of words have beenwritten line should be at least seven Sorokot>, Taylor, and Carson,
times the depth of the water.
\n the subject.Ti .
which will rise on a beach reports that Hubschman Is making
i* load on ground tackle has A concrete block is not an anchor.KII't .
front lot between the \, tt J the purchase "for investment
Tides three principal one [ shut off your motor until
: | components purposes." Previous owner was
and Edgewater Beach Apt. -- re<> sung from wind action on all your anchor Is definitely holding, Is
An Informal groundbreaking \ pans of the boat above water; and don't lift the anchor until the Triangle Corp., which
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Collierinterests.
affiliated with the
was held Friday,with representatives an ,' >>r from the effect of cur. >ou have started your engine. .
of the developers, con- .. ... ret '. and this is equivalent to Mibe your anchor won't hold The tract of land contains
tractor, and sales staff pre ,,, the I lice required to propel the and your engine won't start. 762.68 acres It runs east from
'V' boat 1 Mill Don't throw anchorlowerIt
sent. A power shovel was Inserting through water at the your the Courthouse along the east 0
slender speed of the current, and the gently over the side You
concrete pilIngs Tamiamt Trail to near NaplesSouth
thud IlIad la from foul anchor even
component might your or
which will be driven deep and the western boundary
awani! surge action of the get your foot caught In the line.
Into the ground shonly. The boat Five feet of chain between
pilings will support the six- Cf the three, that due to windIs the anchor line and the anchor
story chateau section of U Tour nor\ Important.Selecting will make any anchor hold better naY
Rltage. your anchor and line and prolong the life of the line.
At $1,200,000 the building (he uld be determined by the boat
permit for this new addition form and dimensions and Its own I '''f lnll1plin trrCatctcriA
"The Theaur of the UorlJ,"
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to the Naples beachfront sky- otter. particular qualities A mo.der published in 1570, was the fug '
line will be the largest permit M 1 light anchor will hold better modem alUs It war the brim
ever Issued by the Cityof 1- r b.ei thai several an times old Its fctjle weight.anchor of ilnlj of an Antwerp businessman U.S. 41 At Four Corner*
Naples It will be taken IIIho became annoyed it the bewilder =
Always secure the anchor line
out within the month. Ownerof 4 to ing my of map shapes LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED
the boat before dropping the 5'
la Tour Is sues and projections then svnlhie
Rlvage Naples
anchor Believe It or not, many Finally, he commissioned coons DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Waterfront Developers Inc..andgeneral er anchors have been lost and boats
4 s a draftsman to draw maps of uniform = 11.00 AM. 75 U I PM,
contractor Is Frank
J. endangered because this was not
Rooney Inc., a Fort Lauderdale .. ; ), don. size -S3- MONDAY LUNCH .
firm wh tch has butlt I number -
of east coast co-ops. POWER SHOVEL marks the spot of la tractor Caroline Downing, sales repre- NAPLES MOST MODERN anti '/ Fried Chicken
Tour Rivage, for which ground was sentative and George Guy, developer, HAIR FASHION SALON =_ Chows of Two 62c Vtt
MODELON DISPLAYA broken Friday Looking over the big The beachfront cooperative will have \
Coconut er Chocolate Cream Pit
model of how the buildIng building's plans are (from left) J, D. 40 units and will be the most expensive .., ThU Weak Special! = 12cTUESDAY
will look when completed Permanent ::I:.
is on display at the model Jameson and Bob Meister, both of single building to be constructedhere. I $12.50Try = LUNCH .

apartment (which will be the Frank J. Rooney, Inc., general consallies (NEWS photo) Wave Re*, $,,... =. Stuffed Bell Pepper/Creole Sauce

main manager's quarters is after the in garden accenting the dividual tastes Guy points out. painting will be In colors of Mr, Willa New Body (Hair Cut! Makes your set Choice of Two V,t.t.bl..
building completed French Colonial motif. Interior changes or additions the buyer's choice. There also stay better and keeps the frill out of your oermsnent. e 62Appl <
October.) At first glance, Since la Tour Rlvage is can be made by the contractor Is a color selection for bath- i. or Parch pit
the project appears to be Just "planned with emphasis on luxury at extra cost. Interior room fixtures and kitchen appliances WILLS HAIR FASHIONS 12c
I one building. ," the purchase prices are for a limited time priorto
Developer George R. Guy scaled accordingly. They range construction 417 t flh, Avt U, P'-- MI r.P45a
carefully points out that la Tour from $33,500 for 10 of the units Fitzek Wins
Rlvage actually will consist of In the villas section, to $82,
several buildings, separated by 500 for each of the two "su- New Promotion
covered breezeways. This custom luxurious
perbly penthouses"at
feature.Guy says Insures the top of the chateau wing. BARNESVILLE, GA. JamesK. L
ample ventilation for all units There are two penthouses In Fitzek, son of Mr. and Mrs. J
and contributes to privacy be- the villas priced at $49,500 Rudolph J. Fitzek, 373 Broad

casue walls. there are 'no common apiece. Ave.the, Naples rank ,of has first been lieutenantIn promotedto FIRST NATIONAL BANK of NAPLES

Other exclusive features will EARLY SALES the ROTC unit at Gordon
I add to the beauty and desirability that nine of MUltary College.
Guy reports Rank In the Cadet Corps at
! of la Tour
Rlvage. Guy the
40 units have been sold, Gordon la achieved academicand
i declares. Each unit will have by
one of the
Including $82,500 military progress of the
its own covered parking space, penthouses. All units over- individual cadet.A .
and an apartment dweller can look the Gulf.
junior college with a prep
get out of her parked car and Other features of la Tour Rl- department, Gordon was foundedIn 8th ANNIVERSARY APRIL 3 1964
go inside without having to step vage will Include a large swim- 1852 and is an Honor School ,
out into the rain.Elimination ming pool, lanai and cabana with a Senior ROTC unit operated
of a big open area, recreation room shuf- under the Department of the Army
parking area will allow eXten- fleboard courts, and a beach- Program
sive landscaping, on the Gulf front patio. The! beach avail
Shore Blvd. side as well as In able to residents Is 240 feet In 1657, official of early New .. . i .t. PROGRESS GROWTH . . .
York,
, the private courtyard looking then called Nieuw Amster-
, dam,launched the
first
long.Each antilitter-
out on the Gulf. Focal point unit can be styled by >NPrchosed
bug campaign, fining first offenders .. .
)I of the counyard will be a Ver- the purchaser to fit his In- the equivalent of ".20.


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itself admirably to the profitable development of

an exclusive and charming community of medium

priced homes and cooperative apartments. '

Property, consisting of 93.7 acres, more or less, ? i :, : evfl '

adjoins the northeast city limits of rapidly grow-

ing Naples. It is only seven blocks from the heartof

the downtown area and about one mile from the

new Beach Club Hotel and golf course.
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It includes approximately 1,700 feet of shore line 4 S

on the Gordon River, which flows into Naples Bay '
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Landscaping for the development could be pro- RESOURCES

vided by: an existing nursery, consisting of over Coih and D'u. from Bank 1,371,678.83U.

10,000 luxuriant tropical trees shrubs and plants
S. Government Bond 5,434.382.50 i' "
with an estimated resale value of more than $75,000.In Municipal Bond 470,118.60 '

addition there are 1,581 orange trees on approx- :.
", Federal Reserve Bank Stock - 13,450.00 '.....:
22 which yield several thousand dollars .
imately acres, Loan and Discount 3,677,242.38 ''Overdrafts---------------- '

per year in revenue. (Citrus is a growing industry 258.04

in Collier County.) -"-- Banking Haute 161.310.09FUlnltue

and Fixture - - 44,718.61
A reliable firm of planning engineers has madea
22,518.87
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study of the property, and its findings are avail- TOTAL RESOURCES$11,195,677:92_ :

able to the purchaser.This .
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presents a rare opportunity for a builderto ''' Deposits----------------- 10365345.58

acquire a unique and desirable site in one of Flor- Capital Stock -- 350000.00

ida's most popular and progressive areas. Surplus--------------- .. 185,000.00

For further details and an inspection of the Undivided Profit 53,131.98
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1964 Sink Or Swim Chaotic Economy Big Job



Carl Rowan Has ToughestJob For Ranger'sNext .r ; 'I

I Moon Try Facing Brazil's Leaders

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In Government Service RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil foreign policy." Under Goulart,
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... P PASADENA Calif. (AP)-- (AP President Brazil had warmed up to the
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Propulsion Laboratory has only r.IiVV4 Soviet bloc and relations with
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exile In
Goulart fled into
By ARTHUR EDSON of last summer's "March on one more chance to land a cam. the United States cooled.
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WASHINGTON (AP) Car Washington." era-totlng Ranger rocket on the neighboring Uruguay today police In Washington Secretary of

Rowan, who has one of the highest At least three troubling ques. moon before Its contract with tackled said, while his successor of State Dean Rusk said the Unit.
the formidable
Job
government Jobs ever helc lions enter any discussion of the U.S. space agency expires, i ed States ':jll work with the
untangling Brazil's chaotic econ
by t lilA
Negro said :
recently
Industry sources say. new government Brazil's urgent .
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must make the tame confession 1. In a land as complex as These sources, with closecon. omy.
problems. Because Goulart
Mark Twain 'I this which Is the real America? mtlllon Goulart crossed the border
once made was tacts Inside the $85- refused to Introduce austerity
born modest, but It wore off.' Is It the lunging police dogsat 4000.man complex where lunar before dawn with his brother.
measures to check Inflation and
Although It was said jokingly Princess Anne, Md., or Leon. and Interplanetary probes are In-law. Leonel Brlzola, a proCommunist reduce Brazes $2-blUlon for.
It tells a lot about the new dl. tyne Price enthralling an audience built, say launch.pad commit. member of Con.
elgn debt, the United Sates had
rector of the United States In. at the Metropolitan Opera? ments for other projects mean gress, said a Uruguayan police withheld
considerable
a portionof
formation Agency Is It the well-to.do lolling at only one more Ranger can be official, thus ending a two-day
the $135 million promised In
For Rowan, the day of Uncle Palm Springs Calif., or the poor fired this year. That launching mystery about their wherea. aid for this

Tom Is font. He can be at huddling In the city slums? now Is scheduled for June The bouts. All the Cabinet year. members
forthright, as savvy, as brash, Should we point only to beau. contract expires in December. Coulart's pretty wife, Marla considered of are

as Irreverently humorous as any ty, or should we be painted If Ranger 7 falls- s have all Teresa, and their two children rather than men diehard moderation conserva.
of the warts and all? arrived by small plane out.
bright young men rushing prior Rangers these sources tlves.Mazzllll.
about Washington 2. Is the USIA doing a good Ian I ,.. side Montevideo Uruguay Fri.
said the
All these traits Rowan has Job? 1. Management of the govern day. She said she expected to all governmentwould
use "effective means"to
be reunited with her husband
used as It spends $135 million be
a prize-winning news. a year mentowned laboratory may
bring stability to the Brazil.
paper reporter as a plain-spok. selling this country by radio, taken out of the hands of the 4 soon and added: "We shall Ian
r economy.
en State Department official, films, bookstelevisionexhibits, California Institute of Technolo. r make our home here until the
Under the Con.
Constitution
and as a successful If slightly libraries the arts and personal gy, which receives over $1 mil. situation Is clear In Brazil and
then !tress must erect a president and
unorthodox, ambassador to Fin. contact through its 1,500 Amerl lion annually for operating JPL we shall return.
The police official said Coul. vice president within a month,
can officials ail over the world. for the National Aeronauticsand
land.At 38, he faces an awesome Through the Voice of Americait Space Administration. t art and Brlzola were at the filling out Goulart's unexpired

challenge how best to presentthe broadcasts dally to millions 2. Director William H. Picker. : "I ranch of a friend in a small term which ends January 1966.

U.s. Image to an often sus. In 36 languages Each month Ing may be removed from the --'f': ... town 19 miles from the Brazil. not Mazzllll know however when Congress, said he would did
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plclous, envious and hostile 600 million people see its films, post he has held 10 years. ( .. border. art.
world? in 52 languages Ten thousand 3. A hardheaded businessmanmay With Goulart in night Brazil'snew

"Carl's got the toughest Job words of news are sent dally to be Installed to supervisethe I president Paschoal RanlerlMazzllll Beautiful Coquina Sands
in government," one high official 100 world posts. Seventy-five lab's 52 0.mllllon annual 54, moved swiftly with Lot'
SHE GAVE UP CIGARETS Mrs. Esther Heights Cleveland. The Low 196C1
Naples
trio price
said the day after Rowan million readers look forward budget now largely controlledby were U.S. blessing to return the country only $J,6ASec

was sworn In for the J21.000.a-eagerly so USIA officials hope scientists. Morley of Cleveland, center with pipeis visitors last week and are shown to normal In the wake of this superb homet.lt this

year post. to one of its cartoon characters, Tension resulting from the shown with her parents, Mr and enjoying the sun and the beach. the antl-Communlst upheaval.He "eel.*G. H. LUFF*
"I don't know of director Little Moe who pokes fun at met with newsmen In Rio
any stnk-or-swlm aspects of the approaching
," Sen. Bourke Illckenlooper, communism.No Ranger 7 shot, plus Mrs. Philip M. Schloss of Shaker (McGrath photo) de Janeiro shortly after his ar. Reg. R. E. Broker

R.Iowa, said while questioning one can tally the convertsor hurt and anger over NASA Ad. rival from Brasilia and Intro. Ul 91h St. N.

Rowan, "who has not come In the casualties In the battle mlnlstrator James E. Webb's duced members of his provision.

for considerable criticism for men's minds. Its best yard. published criticism of JPL, vir. Soviet-Chinese Breach Recreation al Cabinet. He described his Title Companyof
whether deserved or not." stick is provided by the Com. tually have demoralized key government as a "bridge be.

To prove his point Hicken.munlsts. U they denounce a pro. personnel at the laboratory the CalendarMONDAY tween the old situation and the Naples
looper promptly jumped on gram the guess Is that it's ef. sources say. situation to come."

Rowan's predecessor EdwardR. fectlve. One authoritative source, ad. Seems Too Bin To Mend Carefully measuring ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
Murrow for making a film Yet congressmen and a part mlttedly sympathetic with 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizen!s words, the former conservative Peppard Bldg.

of the public. remain skeptical.. JPL's problems believes the demoralization v meeting Woman's Club. president of the Chamber of MI 1-6059

3. Is Carl Rowan the man for has hurt Ranger BUDAPEST Hungary (AP- great banner of Mirx-Engels. 1:30p.m. Adult tennis class..,' Deputies Brazil also tn said u. he nti.aHitinn.ilDRIVER'S would return 881 Fifth Are., So.

Rocky Stassen this job? 7's chances for success."Overanxiety Soviet Premier Khrushchev has Lenin in the struggle against the Cambler Park. eAl
Is it wise to have an uncom. can lead to bitterly denounced the Red Chinese (Chinese) splitters of Marxist. 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizen w. J. o.eAn ..

promising Negro head an organ mistakes" he said. In the strongest Indicationyet Leninist parties. shuffleboard Cambler Park a, RENEW YOUR Nape..

Barry On BallotIn ization that describes" the many Concern over the fate of JPL that the ideological breach "They will emerge from this LICENSE FT? ..
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faces of the nation? became critical Friday after a between Moscow and Peking Is struggle even stronger and more TUESDAY DURING YOUR J '' "
CaliforniaLOS Here Hlckenlooper turned to letter Webb wrote to the chair. too wide to close.Khrushchev hardened than before and will 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens' ]
the "March on Washington" men of the Senate and House predicted that theworld' lead the working class, the bowling Brookside Bowl BIRTH MONTH r

ANGELES (AP)-It appears film Hlckenlooper didn't like Space Committees had been Communist parties working people to new historic 4:00 p.m. .. Advanced tennis
three Republican presidential the movie. He thought It showed made public. It blamed the fall would close ranks against the victories of socialism aid com. class Cambler Park. '

aspirants will have protesting Negroes without men. ore of Ranger 6, which crashedon Chinese and emerge from the munlsml" Cltctrcal Service
their names on tile California boning the advances they have the moon Feb. 2 without struggle "even stronger and Obviously referring to the Red 7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class. Vgeredry

primary ballot but Henry Cab. made In this country. televising close up pictures more hardened than before." Chinese he asserted that "no. Cambler Park. INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALPh
ot Lodge top on the list of a Rowan had seen the film, and back to earth, on faults In de. His new attack on the Red body will be able to divert them

recent statewide poll, will not had liked it, although he said If sign and testing.Growers Chinese Friday coincided withPravda's (pro>Moscow Communists) from WEDNESDAY; MI 2.3696 S 1175 Pine St. Naples, FI,.
be among them. he had been making It he would publication In Moscowof the only correct Leninist road." 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens

The poll directed by Mervin have Included a shot of the lead. a violent condemnation of Khrushchev called for creation shuffleboard Cambler Park

D. Field showed that first era meeting affably with the Ranchers'Annual Peking and a call for a world of "some organization for the
PORPOISE
ATTRACTION
choice among all Republicans President.A Field Communist showdown confer correlation of foreign policy" THURSDAY
queried was Lodge ambassa.dor totalitarian government Day ence to read the other Red giant among members of the Warsaw 4:00 p.m. .. Intermediate ten. .

to Viet Nam and surprise doesn't have to worry about bad Set For April 23 out of the movement. Pact and the Communist Coun. nls class Cambler Park. Have porpoises, knowledge and experience for
write-in victor In the New news. Dismal events are never The Soviet leader, speaking at cll for Mutual Economic Assist.
reported much less explained. IMMOKALEE South Florida FRIDAY natural or artificial sea water aquariums anywhere
Hampshire primary. a rally on the eve of the 19th ance.
There has not, however been Democracies are denied this vegetable growers and ranchers anniversary of Hungary's liberation This would be a legalistic 9:30 a.m.Adult tennis class. in the country. Contact Norman Sintinl-

any Indication of an attempt to luxury.To will have the opportunity to hear by Soviet troops assailedthe method of reading Peking out of Cambler Park. 140 7th Street N., Naples, Florida MI 25924.
qualify Lodge for the June 2 the USIA falls the task of research reports on everythingfrom Chinese as "splitters." the movement because Red Chi. 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens

primary.In giving the news perspective watermelons to pasture He denounced "the grave dan. na Is not a member of either bowling Brookside Bowl.
a flurry of last-minute petition and passing along material not grass at the annual Vegetable. ger Inherent In their subversive organization and would be excluded

signatures proponents of normally available from other Pasture Field Day here April 23. activity within the Socialist from a role In the decisions ,. h.B
New York Gov. Nelson A. Rock.' sources. Starting> at 1:30p.m.scientists camp and the International Com. of the :other ,Communist U' i1e d1-, 1
etcher and former Minnesota The maV Inkling1'Olfs'toWn1!. with-the Florida Agricultural ex. munlst movement. -.1 J nations. .
dable job was born In Ravens perlment stations will relate "There Khrushchev also criticized
Gov. Harold E. Stassen said can be no doubt, the
they had produced the required croft Tenn., on Aug. It, 1925. their research findings. A tour Khrushchev declared, "that the United States charging that developments IN THE SPRING ,
number of signatures. If It hadn't been for the war, at 3 p.m. of research plots will Mirxi&t.Lenlnlst parties will ral. in Cyprus South e .

State election officials said the Carl Rowan story might conclude the field day. ly ever closer together under the Viet Nam, Latin America and
the third candidate, Arizona have been different He had en. Reports on research will be Africa had shown that "imperi

Sen. Barry Goldwaler qualified rolled at a Negro school, Ten. made on weed control In vege. sham, American imperialism in
some time ago. nessee Agricultural and Indus. table production on sandy soil County AgendaThe the first place Is the main enemy Not Only A Young Man's But Practically Everybody's Fancy Is Apt To Turn

The deadline for presidential trial State College, but left to by Donald S. Burgls, Gulf Coast of the freedom of the peo. To Thoughts Of Homes And Homesites. So Why Not Give Way To This

filings passed at 5 p.m. Friday. enter the V.12 Navy program Station, Bradenton; disease con. agenda for Tue.sday'smeeting pies." Aspect Of The Vernal Urge And Stop By Ad Miller's New Office To Check
He became one of !the first Me. trot tomatoes and
Registrars and county clerks In on peppers cu. of Commb- He pledged the support of the
California's 58 counties said gross to win a commission in cumbers, Dr. John P. Jones, slon County Moscow.led bloc to 'the pea On This Area's Best Buys? You'll Get A Warm Welcome And Also See Some

would the Navy where he drank so Gulf Coast Station; disease con. : for the Find
they require five days to pies fighting achievement Mighty Handsome Office Equipment. More Important You'll Probably
confirm validity of the signs,. much coffee he swore off it for. trol on watermelons Dr. N. C. 9 a.m. .. Reading of board of consolidation of their politicaland
For In The Of Real Estate
tures. ever. Schenck Watermelon and Grape minutes. economic Independence." What You Are Looking Way

On the Democratic side, Opt As with so many servicemen Laboratory Leesburg; Insect 915 .m. .. Report of coun This pledge, coupled with the
posing petitions representingPresident the war broke the pattern. control on watermelons Dr. W. engineer attack on the United States was
Johnson Rowan left Tennessee en. C. AdlerzWatermelon and Grape .. obvious
were offered 10 s.m. Report of an effort to undercut
at the deadline by Samuel W. rolled at Oberlin College In Ohio Laboratory; pasture grass varle. health and welfare. county Chinese charges that the Krem. BEDROOM HOME MAKCII INLAND: his been making news

Yorty. Earlier the opposition( and, after graduation went on ties, Dr. John E.McC aleb,Range lln had sold out to Washington In I m'ELTHREE 10:30 *- public .
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to get his journalism master's Cattle Station Ona and fertlll.Eer : a.m. hearingon o'n Mandarin Drive in Coquina Sands
slate of Gov. Edmund G. Brown ; this area. new* from Marco In Caxambt.
was submitted In behalf of the, degree at the University of Mln. studies on watermelons and vacation of portion of amended It contains a large living room dining
of the
the high picturesque
part
same candidate. nesota. variety trials with tomatoes and plat Collier City. Florida room electric kitchen on
room.
His reputation was establishedon 11 a.m. .. Public WATCH NAna GROW htautiful 1..lud.o! offer four and one
Dr. P.1I. Everett hearing
cantaloupes tile baths and a garage Wiring
InchCoral the Minneapolis Tribune, South Florida Field Liberator). closing of certain streets, 460 ft. Trail frontage two conditioner has been Installed half acres of valuable ground on whichIN

32- where his stories on race rein The South Florida Field Labor. amended plat Collier\ City. 1100,000 for air and there are a well a two bedroom, two' bath houiM. pith,

Snake KilledIn tions brought national attention. atory Is located four miles northof 11:30 .m. ..Publichearing, in the living room s number of special features Tome
Acrw A bargain
In 1961 President John F. 72 NapU. BoytOqlJgJ and pump for lawn care .
ImmokaleeonStateHighway29. additions and changes county a few' it has. a cypress panelled
Kennedy named Rowan deputy $ at $20,200 with" cash above a mortgage
North Naples zoning regulations. living room dining area and Florida
assistant secretary of state and
Considerable excitement pre. last year promoted him to.am. 3 Orlando Women 12 noon .. Recess for lunch. C MM 1 fiuw I from Ootdn of $11,000. com, a den that can be a third bed-

vailed In the Mornlngslde Drive bassador to Finland. 1:30: p.m. .. Public hearing, O.... SUM. UP SEA GATE WAY )ou'U find that room, a pair of patios ud electric

neighborhood Friday afternoon The Rowans have three chll. Killed In Crash rezoning certain tract In Section Eo one of the handsomest residences is this kitchen Air conditioned Ihrounh-
when Melvin Engvold 1363 Mor. Barbara 19 Mrs. Row. 22-46-29 Immokalee. G. HUH :: and
dren ( ROCKET CITY (AP) Three two' bedroom home on Starfish Avenue cut and heated by fireplace gas
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nlngslde saw a coral colored an's daughter by a previous young Orlando women were 1:4: p.m. Public hearing You'll also find a commodious Urine panel ray beaten In view of the

snake coming toward him while rlagefc); Carl Jr., 11, and Geof. killed Instantly Friday night when, re-zoning Everglades Shores, 421 9th it. No. room dining room well equipped pUns for Marco, thi* property Is bound
he
was watering his flowers. frey 10.Rowan.
two autos collided headon on Unit 1, Ochopee. kitchen sizable porch and two complete to have unusual l talues 168,000, with
Grabbing a tool, Engvold killed went around the world ..
the serpent which measured 32 with Johnson in 1961 and 1m. State Road 520 near here. 1 2 p.m. Public hearing, baths, all on a lovingly tended lot that purchaser to arrange his own financing.MODERN .

Inches long and had a body about pressed the vice president Traffic Homicide Investigator. vacation of alley amended plat, TERMITESSWARMING I. completely seaailed $22,590 and
L. D. Harrell of the state high.> Collier City. HOME on Sixth SlMet.
the thickness of his thumb.Neigh When Rowan was named am. entirely furnished for '
patrol Identified the dead I I .. ? can be purchased
way 2:30 bedroom andanother
p.m. George Horel :North containing two
bon Identified It coral snake Johnson said
as a bassador : "I've Ilh. boat and motor
from pictures In a "snake hook." seen many public servants in as Phyllis Ann Harmon 23; Susan .1 Fish & Game Commission re $I.000. '" two bath The vital statistics also

my 30 years of public life, but Butts, In her early 23.thirties Mist,, access right of way Lake Traf- included. list a nimble lining room dining room
and Rosalie D. Cal, '
Since 1945 the American Cancer rarely have I seen one that had Butts and Miss Cala were sis.ters. .o ford. .. FINELY FURNISHED HOUSE and well equipped kitchen and porch .
Society has supported research all the qualifications a public 2:45 p.m. Contract with house. Just a block from the beach S1.V900 and can be bought for cash outUy -
guest
totalling more than 127. servant should" have. Carl Row. Harrell said an auto driven by, Humane Society on stray animal First Street South In the mainhouse above mortgage of approximately

000,000. Its research program cov. an has them. Robert Charles Carter 37, ofSt program. en lining room with, 11600.
era all phases of the esusct, cure, A less adventuresome man Petersburg crossed the highway y 3 p.m. .- General business oa r; are a spacious bedrooms

treatment and diagnosis of can might quail at taking on sucha dividing line and crashed intc> and correspondence. I fireplace dining room two big ATTRACTIVE RIDGE LAKES home on
cer. To continue to make research job as Rowan's, but It fits into Butts r. two tile baths with, built-in ai '
the car driven by Miss Seventh Street :North Three bed-
gains against cancer support the his basic philosophy. Carter was hospitalized with[ FINAL "Approve aid. pay it In. screened porch, excellent electric
Society's April Crusade ""Look" he told an Interview. lee and arm fracture and marl. bills la IM uk* .f rwr h.mt ppp f kitchen facilities and a two-ear carport rooms living room dining room, up-
er, "life is an inescapable dl. to-date kitchen' and porch The home
lemma You compete you work tlple lacerations. -- The Income producing guest home Is centrally heated and air conditioned
Is also
RESTAURANTTAMIAMI lull speed and the pressures bract! it turning ancient ruin on this attractive. prproperty fully Clear well" water and sprinkling

decree that i you soon leave thisworld. into living towns, The (IOth nt\ r furnished I and equipped. system $16,000.

*At You coast, take It easy in 40 i;en tune i ti ruing at Amt
and find that this world
you and a ';l.h'l'c"Ifarm, village
Money Maker soon leaves you. I don't want adjoin! the rum of En-.eJi!' >,
oRt ef ewntrr .*..*. to get left" the Dead! Sea. HOMESITES THAT ARE REAL DELIGHTS. WE HAVE THEMIN

*st *.AT ACTION they.-- ALL SIZES AND PRICE RANGES IN EVERY PART OF
egg THIS TODAY
TOWN. IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD IT WILL PAY

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Machinery Equip. 151 2 3500 after 5: IS p.m. p m. only er cell Ml t.4021 I., Sale Commercial BIdS Bar Allocution H. it ...p.et.dto
complete package CALL MI 2-J354 Akron OhIoSaltmmore. 3/Il If eppt ifI I ISM Bonn' Lene yr old I SO a 31 CBS 120on tali* tfflc in August, I96J

$1395. See at 1650 Murex J/27.tf16HelpAvail.bU Bangor' .Me Md.. GROCERY STORE: .{ ,.... furnished .elficiency, ept 3/il. _ _ Henderton in. cooler Creek Ml lUll 14 i 14wtlk or
Beaton Matt EQUIPMENTEverything ISO per month plus ut,Ioh... SEASONAL! RENT BEATER t MI t 3HI 3fl11f
Dri e. or call Bill Tucker totton, lob Mitt you need for a 1401 CrestS_ Rd l/ll tttf bedroom louse on Frink Whit

Midway 2-4295 Excellent Chirloiton. W. Va trot try or .un.,., .to,.. men Blvd. North "Neplet IS too 64-Waterfront
Chicago III. II It. Muiiman. Dairy" Ditplay Furnished holuso for ,.n'. IiI, and you wdl know where you' Property 7 KilledAs
Buy! Accounting Bookkeeping' CethItr Cincinnati Ohio, Can .10 ft Morton Meet Cite Dee. I. Air cond.tlon. Michi- c,n spend. Kent winter comfortably
General Clerical' Work or Cleveland Ohio, I ft Warren Meet Case cnn. Av.. near Party ".n',,,. BoO this befor. you' heed. YANKEE LANDING Coop
any other releted employment Deyton Ohio I ft Savage Frozen CetoIII 171 per ma Ml I 14491 or 1141 back II the froien North CARIBBEAN hunting Compare the esiticg
YACHT BROKERAGE Full time I or t day week: Detroit Mich' Hill' Walk-in Bon 14" Frank Whitmen, Blvd REALTY 3'M NoTti.l new concept in weterfronl Coope .
CompiMe Salary subjort to d.ucuss.on." Evanston IIIEvantvllle Band Saw Nationel Grinder 4/171 MI IIUt 2U'tloverlooking on Chetepeeke Avo in Oytter Tornado
Fis.. Inboard' H'I'-ta: Prom 10' Call Ml 3522$. 3/liSt Ind Toledo Tonderlier 30'Meet PINE NlOOTiiTAU Bey See it todey or cell
Bob Martin Ml 2.17S7 Flint, Mich' Block I Toledo Scale teeutilul't Sirs I beth horn 3 IIdm I baIls Souse Fl.. coins Burton Broe Ml 1 217.1 ifterhoure
.run*.Smith ChrU.Craft Silos lots Grand Repidt. Mch., Afcvtf Root Beer Mech.ne tor till per mo. Stove. refruierel.r lerge lawn end Ml. 1 3t37 I/Z/.If
FISHERMAM"complete 20-Cemetery Hertford ConnIndionipohi complete' lltSO delivered and drape inclwlod. lake EipeniiveTendtciping. includet L..ly. 1..11. Icnshsd J Airs

U Ft.SPORTS UIich". 0lyin 1Ild. Ind THE HILHOUSE CO. Adult only. reference ie.qiiirsd ; pelm. Citrus. tropicaltreei I baIl, ho..... .....11. air con.
Lexington Ky. Dick, Hill CARIBBEAN REALTY and ahrubt Sprinkler tytttm ,
lII.ton' Snaslilully I.nd..p. Hits Texas
au 0.1'' M.ln.with flehlng. oboes ctioirtand th... 4 PLACE: FAMILY LOT FOR Louisville, Ky. Radio Rd Ml, 1.4303Mobile ygNSMt Mt". will to well carpeting in 06 12 .000 I.ull.nt fn.nc'n.
Iweukee. Wli dreperiet. NtwHotpomt
living room Cell C.pt. .urt.n. 'm..1.
many other entrat. Top SALE BOX 1737 DO. Minneapolis, MinnMollno ...11.,. relngeretorand Properti.s. MI 22125 sIlsnhours.
condition S4IM M Will. tr.d.fo III. <<- Homes YEARLY: RENTAL AP
reel ..,.,.. Call Burton Conn deepfreete Laundry roomcenirel "I ]91' 3ZIf' WICHITA FALLS Tex ( )
New Haven UNFURNISHED < Sirs IH heel Complete prIvacy
Sroa. Ml 11121 or Ml IJI37 New York City. N. Y. 1964 TITAN S4.SOO beth rotldenee. lit per mo. without isolation Jutt 12'.SOO WATIE""ONTCONDO..INIU... -This northwest Texas city Usauburban

5/27.14 21-lost & Found New York City N. YPhiladelphia. I bedroom IH bath on wateri J. w. DVCMES for ISis dittinetivo propertyLARIBBEAN list .... ft. t lid,,,,. GardenApertment fringe grotesquely
Hurricane fieevy duty tilt treil, PaPlrttburgh Carport landtceped Occupied, 114 3rd 91 4.. REALTY, )fa N luaurloue appoint struggled to recover
.,. Like now H price. 1135. Pa only S weekt' Neplet Lend MI 11411 Trail, MI 1SISS menlo. Ill" 00* will flnence. P. mangled
Call Doc Matter at 124tl Portland, Me. Yacht Harbor. Lot 353, Pier C. I/It 3IStthtfYANKEE O Boa 1421 or ,.,. i JI37. today from a tornado which
RING FOUND ON lEACH IN .
Richmond V*
3/31.tf 1/21
THE VICINITY OF 3rd AVE. Roanoke VeSt 'S LANDING a ,.. 3/llthllf_______ killed seven persona, Injured
I bedroom houi furnltnod
NO OWNER MAY CLAIM BYUCNTIFYINQ Lou I.. Mo Will trade -.cru.. free end I lsa orunfurnlthod tally new conception In welerfront 71 ACRES WATEAFIONTi scores and left hundreds home.
Per .1" II ft Thundim.mcomplete OIl yearly ** -
*ilh I John. .... AND PAYING Syrcute N hlr Clear for 10 wide trailer. Col Kwlk Chk area Call J. 'w. Coop on Cnetepeake Avo or a It s.ili on wotor. aicn* 1...
o.i FOR AD. 3/11.1f Toledo' Her County Reel Etttte, Ml13tlt from I7SOO lo IIS.000 See it .
lo Guif. .
boordt ., .. Dychn "..Ito, Ml 114SZ. seas thaw by loop.BeavlifiH
.
in w l l \\ thai Trenton N. JWith.ngton Open. Sundayt today or cell Burton Bret Ml ground Mil porere. Damage was estimated unof.
JoiYalrT; Con* :'h.n Sill lrtl D C.Wo.t. 3/llwitf 111B 17121 alter Sours MI lUll Term CARIBBEAN
si $3 million.
1/lltft 23-Miu. For Sale ... Mitt. ..utiful. like new CBS DupliH I/Z/.II _ REALTY I7M N. Trill, MI tidally at
T.II.. wIth cabana and e... Lerg bedroom with' twin I 33 *CMO CBS Houee f idr';;. I I"" tf, The white and (ray twister
FLARE boat now. told doroc' MAPS NOW you can drive to any. port lor rent or tele Nice locetion bed*, wlk .In clotot till, bath IH batha. carport and utility viewed In horror by many stand.
prtc tFlr 17 to tl. of the above northern clt.I. MI 24151 I with room Beeutifully, lendtcaoodMl .
2712 glass doort living
or Hiding
FlberlattWholetol Slit City Counly Topo Real reels and
I Co. XEROX Copyini let In a ipanklng new tperkllng 321 tf roam. kitchen a dlnttt Air 14ltS. S/IMa 65-Oen. Estate Inc In downtown
Inttantly
Ussloild. CAPLES BLUEPRINTING. clien low mileageHeru conditioned, electrle heel City watching local television, drilled

113 Ith A... So. Ml ,.,152 ear Chevrolet; Hertz er pays otherfine for 44-Mobile Homes water. |7i yeerly' '. Adult no 58-Lots For Sale MOUNTAIN AND LAKEPROPERTIES through the city's northwestern
pods. ".0. Box 43. Niplet
. Business /II If
Opps.A !
and oil.
Sheppard
gn J2t,lit BLUE RIDGE: MOUNTAINS suburbs and nearby

Gray Rocking, Chair. large alumlnum CALL HERTZ NOWTO I3tll Weetwood Trailer A labs 75 t 101 Homeiito. I block Ill AT 1000 FT. ELEVATION Air Force Base.
GOLDEN folding' table. Ml 1.7067 front lot pttio 5', cond give PICTURESQUE HOUSE to b..... Sth St ... S4.to* 13 ACRES HOUSE An estimated total of 240
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY after 8pm. 4/171 RESERVE your fine, away IS.000 See O HLuff Tom McBride. Realtor. 1)1 30 ACRE TROUT LAKE _
WANTED A couple or couple* HERTZ Car while this of lro E Broker 411 tth St Perk SI So Ml I.M4. 1/ltlf 1)1400 TERMS homes were demolished In s
for Owner.Meneiement of the BmocuUre. English.. Bicycle. for I..,.. No Ml. I 22'0 Delightfully furnished 2 (1) 100 ACRES HOUSE tulf.mlU awatli carved by the
Bioutlful Son to Sprlni* S Maylog W..h. Ch. .. SlatS Zlftlbu45Trailers SMALL LAKE I MO FT
: .
r.llfhtDr.2 '
Motel I Encellent term to 3 3rt Rock.r. I..g.wIi.lsrugs. now In Naples Call Ml 2-3850 Bedrooms, 1 IVa Baths, PORT Drive ROYAL. For Sale Lsl23.or .trade Galleon ELEVATION III.000 runnel, Its leaning S.ahaped
16. Contact parton and MI 26211 (3) 1000 ACRES 3 LAKESOF like unakeagainst
matIriss.
tprmj form weaving a
screened J470 Posh
.*. Gobs Wyman For Rent Huge porch. Write G J Herbert
!er4 p !!._.._ 3/2951" Reed Dir,.,. ConnCyprett 100 ACRES HOUSE- of blue kky
I 2301 or write P. 0 Box 32$. BATH HOUSE FOR SUMMER pgtchei
iT : :
ft AMC RetrgtrttoB .
Bonlta Sprlnga. Florida. cu I....., .I top E'..,".nt 18-Autot For SaleNO TrII", fo,' FIn' Special 10., One block to beach. CAMP. WILL SUBDIVIDE Cars were huilod through the

1/21H Condition Only 165 00 if told relei ,lo retireet end ,.i ncomoloikt Available for April $100 Drive 2k ret'..n.... air. Bed springs mattresses and
LAKEFRONT DUPLEX. 111. Ml 14104 alter I pmGERT Treil.ipectt. IS 00 per lot 11400 C. C. Potvick 312th Brut '-och..t.So PO Boo ISO ,
too WOO dn, 111113 .per no sl'c.y.! !. DOWN PAYMENT ..... Fuhing decking privi.MM week. Call Ruth B. ; Ave .to. 3/21.14 Welhalia S C. houwhold furnlMilngs soared
I tide rented for UJ .per mo 'S a gay girl reedy bra WITH GOOD CREDIT por Phon. 103-131.3l3rOWNER dibrla, Into the ttreti
Here' chance to buy a whirl, after chasing cerpeti. 11 Ford Wagon See this 3H among
.
t your leBron Ml 2-5133. NAT TRANSFERRED" .
home and Income S.. BURTON with Blue Lu.',.. Rent electric 17 More dr. HT value 319M ROCK CREEKTRAILER Td tell It t.,.... Let II Block I bedroome. I bathe Corner lot At fihepptrd the wall of a

BROS til 3rd Av. So. thampooor. fl. Nipln Furniture, Chev Wa on. buy MS PARK PLES REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 'K. Pine Ridge EREALTY>'.n'jr'o; Peer scitools .Fin family hangar collapwd anmnr) 300 air.
'h I Ml 7.120. 4/Uf Co. ./1 >7 Ford Viet, HT good 3S Bur pi Airport CARIBBEAN hom..
17 Stuck I III,. HT. power MiSt : or residence P0jJ1raiI., Ml 2.IISS. 1/lltf men momentarily trajped. The

I 26-Persons! Chev t III,. noodt engine III 47-Trftiler Lots For Sale >.. Solo Weeded" Lot near EXTRA INCOME may be you re runnel lifted as It approached
7-Dogs Cats Pen 32S.27Selnmen M12.2941. 4/5 Bhadewlewn. School city' weterovaileble from this 1 bedroom. I bats Shpppard Schwa where children
Dick Donelton Tom Eeiy Terme' Cell home plu GUEST COTTAGE In
WOULD LIKE: TO KNOW THE Feele Elton Davldton Lauren .... Mntwiy I ttlt er your excellent locatIon Both completely huddled In halls while debris
".littered' Mlnlilur Schnauiir ADDRESS OF CHARLES A glue will: bring your choice site Kelly. lendtceped attractive. well MqbiIeurn. end 50-Rooms For Rent boh, furmehed-THE PRICE rained about the building
Puppy Only I left from litter SMITH AND FAMILY FORMERLY t* you Call Ml 2 SIM. fence 'IS RIGHT! "
Ml 1 4543 or t-4303. 4/1.1.3 OF PALMETTO COURT, COLLIER! COUNTY MOTORS lump tepli tank on 1 just can't believe we man.
NAPLES. CALL Ml 2 SlIt AFTER Your Friendly FORDMERCURY ane side; .mutt lift bo teen G H lo LUFF be epBrecioled : in. I 100 htl h lot in ..n'., OWNER WANTS TO SELL Chin aged to come through It," :said
4 COMET Paper Room and privet beth twin0ed .1 cty. OoIy 5150. "ask tIll .
12-Help Wanted I P.M.33Services. .,. 421 ItS It Ni.WIdwuo *. t blki' from beech end 5.snstlinopria I". 'ImperIal. CUSTOM homo BUILT IX Ibodreom.IH US1 R. B. Bentley 30, grocery store

WOOD CHRYSLER I 2215.48Apts. town 141 7th Ave So 3/.t.tf ",op..t.." Zit Ith II. .. let -both_ PortS Neplet on location 5 owner who laved his wife and

PLYMOUTH. INC. indu..1 loll on Redio. Ro.e1
C opd man or woman to act a. Offered 13 Rembler Amb VI For Rent prlvete Room 1227 tIlls siN It Ml C of Airport toned C I See Napl.s basIS .nd Model daughter, 2, by pushing them

atioclate reiident mir. Ideal Wagon Ar 296500 3/ltsws. MI 13094 or Ml 2494;. i'ID' 5 311, 12 tot with, term Homes on dl.ol'f. Ilito I walk.In Ice box.
_,klnl condition Fteitonable 12 Chrysler New Yorker.
art. Office record keeping, typo SEA WALLS bIn clean 309S 00U EBB TIDE APTS. "Remember' to rent, kuy or Guy John B. Connally called
Ini sod doss work. Apt. fur. VW t dr tedan 1495 00 real, Acre Lots M a IM till' contictLuc. nit 100 National Guardsmen)
Modern furnished ofliclenclet 51-WanteJToRent
1475 121 W dn. Sal III mo
per
CONCRETE WOOD ROCK ,
althtd for couple or tingle per U Karmann GSa and bedroom apta 150 a .H* Otis LoaN Brown help keep order after the storm
ton Simply write. your nemoiddrett Foundation Piles 11.000 milt, 14)00 ntlll Kelly Rd 3/l>.tf Dick Hill Broker Virgil Mareum, Bob Jaeger
phone If nullified, end (2 Renault Gordinl 1045 00 WANTED My' first, 1 btd Office at the Hilhouaa C*. On. hundred men and vehicles
w* will call Write ban 1731KM Docks-Mooring Whips 12 Chev Sal Aire. VI room furnithed houee (pert* Ml 1 4111it DEWEY POLLY patroled the devastated area,
Collier County Plows. RAN Aul IMS 00 I Bedroom furnnhed Etf'cleney melt er with I Jt f tth
duplei in
4/3,16 II Ponnec 4 dr. feet Apt Ne pelt or City: : Naples Park" estimated by the Department of
SAGEN Automatic drydocksABBOTT \ h'ld"lr.; AC fleet yeerly rente I.) Quiet 'Ai'I7jA1i11n, REALTY
air. loaded IMS 00 2J3I> or Ml 2 ,n ? Include BO to 80
COUPLE: OR I GIRLS coupl no .part',... n. pet*. oar Vaneerblt, Drive. Met Public Safety to

Fully: experienced I cook them II 61 Austin Buick La Sabre. moo I bdrm turn's lea apt Near Wrile ,. 0. Bon HI Naples sill on pram'tat Owner, la Corner of let Avo No *. city blocks.But .
/ZUf? will, tell for Hit cthTVi
b.rm.Id.butI.r. houiemin Top beech Weekly very ill Ttmltml TrH
Radio Road and mopping
clean. I owner I7HOO CARIBBEAN, "IAL. as on. officer put It: "You
Sod th..1
reference. lit I required 4. Mid
yeert monthly or
Connecticut summon*. N*. tt04 243H __ > 447 50 aut Dodge PS Weion radio' VI. Ion 00 way I J04t y.arar000 3/ll_. .tfKrtcfconen 54-Trade or Sell 3150 N. Tr..l M' 3 hISS --MI 24)54_. don't have In worry about lout.Ing. .

". winter houte 1femtly 51 Crown Impanel 4 dr. I/)* at Mfvtl It didn't leave anything
r: op.m: APi. CllMIIiU
*
Writ.P. .
| VIC'S SHOE REPAIR Complete Hdlp. clean 124500SI Businoss 1015 on SIN A. Ns "
O Box til Neplot Shoe Service Dyeing and Cadillac (2 tenet. Air III} 00 3/3 Adult .m.l.u' slamp collector ) off Trail, tl I HO fr ft worth looting.
4/8.71 refinithmg. I2S 6th Ave So, S) Slud.b...' Wagon new SABAL IHOHk A*>TIEMicienciei has used stamp .urplu. Inter.estad HangarScoop The Wichita County Red Cross
Neplet valve lob WOO iveileble Kelly Rd In ..,ppln.. MI I U.s.43.3t TRAIL FRONTAGE soar tth 300 left
13-Help Want. F.mal.Secretary SI Ford I cyl. 49S 00 and Areca Ave MI I 44SS Ave No .. DM tr ft estimating persons
HISLER'S STANDARD OIL 3/24 IIFarnish.d COLEMAN BOVD Broker homeless, let up Shelters to feed

wanted for smell office 2190 tth ST NO 2640 N. Tr.ii. MI i 1551. Neplel. Bowling Stock for acreage 10 Tenth "N. Ml > tit! and house victims. In Washing
Lob. Mortgage!. ete. GH I.hot'59Acr..ge
Mutt bo .bIo to tiki die. ARC THE: AND JOB GAS ROAD WELDINGON FIELD I bdrm apt. Adult LUFF. R. E. Broker: 411 !/i __ toil, the federal Housing Ad.
tit Ion end ....,.t. in ilectrlc only Ml 2JS55 or 23131Effieienciet Sill II. No Iclldwav222O
typewriter. lend return to Box 24 HR. ROAD SERVICE 40-Autos Repairs Parts 3/241? : ..- ministration said It Is making
COMPLETE AUTO FRVCE! __ Mrs. Anne Swenson
1731 JJ. Collur County Newt, h By some 150 surplus houses and
Lovely Pine I bedroom
DAYS Ml 23I2S Ridge
4/t.tfWiHrett tit. lit! CAlM
NIGHT Ml >-3374 Day' Wtak or Home. will, eichinge for downtown 11\10 1\10 Acre Camp I mile from Golden There has been a turnover In apartments available to the
:
4/1.lot LOOK HEREI I Month (IRIS MOTEL). Ml Homo 121 MO Contact :3 tcr.i mile, north of prepeeidFt homeless.
Gete
rented Apply In .per 22302 or Ml tSISS H LUFF, R. C. Broker, 411tth I reed lift CASHAbtolulely the Information Office of the
ton *t Lliiett Rexell. NipletShopping Rip-Rap Seawalls SI.. No.. Mldwey 2 2220. Liuderdele the finetl inveelmentepoculation Naples Civil Air Patrol. After Mobile canteens aped In from
Center 4/1.tf Wondering where to go F..'ft.OnM I.....'..... apart ,. Collitr County Dallas and Fort Worth.
and Rock Groins With car problems t most. hii5I licwg roo"' k.tc..n SS-Stores Office H E. doing a very good Job for four
,00 food cN.ch.r or h.h your a.. sats lOll .JlII Ifltt' .rZla tin L.FFH:: 1.1: has Complicating the relief opera.
school ..01. wltini to t'lln. CsoeOtI ......11. dacks.0'Orl Factory Finish Paint Jobs or 12110 years. Lt. Mollle Spencer lions were knocked- jut power
Woman for o.rvInI 1 ', .00. Information
and
the
floe n.c..oary. Apply :; poison groins Wrecks RebuiltTuniupt BETTER APTS FOR LESS OlIve Spece 12 a It fl For ACRES resigned. I am new lines and limited communications. .

.t LanpI.ght.r !.,.terl.. me Coast 160 officer. My name U
MARATHONDREDGING CIS :
Cleen cool City water. I 'nY'I.: .; SlIt Ave Si .
1/24. tflor FT.
Front end al....nm.ntMoto TV cable paved perking w>ektnd .. AT WElT ENTRANCE OF TOLL Anne Swenson. I.m new to( S Inly.nine persons were In.
;.tetory wonted for ehorthandlyplnf CO. OverhaulTrantmiiton weekly monthly PUPAtE LAUDERDALE NAPLES
and bookkepin, Per Tami.in. Trail 1'0'", Far A.nl ROAD I MILE FREE ACCESS Civil Air Patrol and to Naples jured, 46 remaining In hospl.tali. .
APT 2MI Francis Ave I
inmost llIon. O H. Luff r.llu,1ILullrlut.on C.m".1 5, Pref.ssionalfor HIGHWAY FRONTAGE Ml
Dredge, Draglineand E lob? Snadowlewn) this should cause me Twenty.niM were person.
R*(. R. E. Broker, 411 tth StNo Niplet |lt per m* tee O H 7 IllS. BOX 1021 NAPLES although

.._Ml' ,.,270. 3/24.tfCounter Dozier Work Brake. 3/2111 Luff R. E Broker 421 SIll 4/U' __- no great trouble In my work.I nel from Sheppard.

4 kitchen help Over Airport Road MI 2-4323 Polish t Was DON UNTIL T BUY YOU OR SEE KtNT St .Ne..Mldoay I lilt 'It".c,.. idianmi CMenuiOrove I hope I can do as well as The tornado sparing the

Moody It. wanted and for reliable dove' Apply Mutt be InAernn NU WAY PRAY CO.-Spray Don look any further YANKIEIE'LANDINaIh.tn. 57-Houses For Sale .tOO. City termt weler Pltilip'I 4 tlreetlIII Ktyet Mollle. I plan to have a Hangar downtown area, made Its lethal

.. C..ou..1 Drivi In. 1ortli'rrsll. Painting with Interlock lorfrivol See vnutual fiarentl! A P 0 Bee 1)01 Ml 1171 appearance In the West Wichita
'son ocher Sunday to
3/11.1f roof our ipecitlty. Chevrolet Inc. waterfront Co .. on Cheiaptike OItDON U" LANGE COlli. 1/iatl Scoop every Falls community it Pleasant
ESTIMATES Licontedt Ingram Ave in Oy.... Bay L.... win start out.
NCR LOT .O.M'
I HOMI' 4
to do light heutewortt Inturtd Art Schultheit. Midway SI. N Mil-tlOSNiplet. opt,on t* buy Burton trot Ml 2 lATHS I BC FROM BEACH SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN Valley. Swinging northeasterly,
1)0 SIN
00) sock I ", ..I. I hour dally I.H04. I 2II or Ml 2 HI7 l/V If Call MI 13503.5ti ACREAGE It wrought the heavies damage
eO .hour I deyeweek. ,.iMl Fla L.'.. 2 bldroam 2 bilh Coop It 17 NOW t acre Irecl locatedtun Today as you protibly iuiow Lincoln
...... _II Tolaplioni arseern "V'.I mile Irom US 41 In the Sunset Tunl' and
1-4104 aftar t lull' frtnt apt for 1US teitonCee one by now Is Kid's Day. The elephant
also' amall oflce, witS, ogs ALL CREDIT CARDS be lltn frit slob April FOR SALE Drive on to Ihie property with Height\ residential aectlons.
5 pecean d .pton.t, ...vc. RopyBo. I 2IOQ MV 4/1 This beautiful home I I. 'loci led your own cir end. compere ,it j and ponies are very and It
14-Help Wanted Mali. Cull 1.4311.VIC" Honored AtJIM'S in The Mooringi. There ere 1 tie nil any otherl Only lit at the Then dipping twisting
likely
Air cond efficiency end I bdrm bedroom m blthl. Itrg liw :n lull pnc |lt> For. already Swamp swept across the heavily popu.

MANAGER S SHOE REPAIR Dyeing- Compiete end SUNOCO apta ...., biach and per |40e log room with f..pl.c. screws further infermelion contectD Inc Duggy Grounds. The first free lolled air ba.se. hitting nurlll.'
ASS ? SALES Shoe Service T Jonas Enterpritet.
nice kitchen with everything "'
witS SIN Ave S*, month and up KIMBERLY porch O Boa t'l circus show U at 2i30. If and the civil
S2S P barracks
ASovi oooro.e earnwlo ralin.thing Lifetime Mufflers APTS Ml 2lt 4/2 tf elte wither and dryer' Mldwey 11140 : you quarters,
id..$ _k.ns condt,501 iwait Na p105. and ancloted garage ISis horn don't already have your ride engineerIng base.
o good .""" ,","","0". Must lie
... work .ffo' JitMALSRoll ; Fla. comee completely' furnithtdeverything lilt A.,.. en llete M,|hw yrait tickets will be sold Startled residents took! refuge
lo c. .nd Naples, I bdrm apl duett houto Near new. PrIce S>4.000. IW ft reed fre.t... Intec they It
lively with taletmen in growing boorS and ihopptng Annette C lout... street and under
41 under highway
Tewnho' the There will be
II
A Sods 3/05.41 !ion grounds. mechanical
.. Reel Estate Company ***/ Baby w, .
nn Reallor, S2i Ith SI So This horn I I. located on a lobs San II E Only' ill 190 wthIW abandoned
_I.I..ln. In Quality homnSubmit Screened Cr bt. HI Churl .Ml_24S7I >/?. sour beich and thoppmg can lerme east Buy CARIB rides as well as the ponies passes Some cars.
retume to boa 17); AA 41-Trucks Tractors tar Thero are 3 bedroomt lit SEAN REALTY I'M No T.m and
Cotl'Or County Newt III1.tI 1 Stroller port. Crib F"Id.pt for rent lit per balSA large living room tcrtenporch .all Tr.l." Midway Itltt elephants to ride. Of CHRISTMAS! IN AUTIIUN

and other ......, for unexpected. week Rd Inquire at I04S Creech 52511FusuIiod nice, kitchen end dicing For tre.ler. or hornet'It over course there 1s the usual of M.* YORK: (AP hie
CARETAKER HANDYMAN Da know you can get I area .IM car port Price it I
you I .... traIls !" acre acretraclt
Cere at pied. cor*, houto. torn gusslaD.Iivery GMC IM4 ISles pckvp true* Apt I bdrm L II. only SltSOO Good termt w"th electricity' and peanuts popcorn snow cones, would wt b* today without Leap
knowledge mechanical. .Ieet,.. for only SUM See G H. LUFF. VIVIAN OGG REALTOR hot and
service kitchen 4 dining, room comb roads Other. b 1asroaiel'3c15 dogs cokes I thinkIt
Si Yaf"In
pickup
eel Tier rwd job for right LUFF GMC INC 421 tth St Tile beth. tub end ihowertcreened 124 Hh Ave So Ph Ml 1 4r4tASSOCIATEI I JO .". 170 per mo Inc. up
pro Writ P O. Box (21 Ne temporary location oorch TV cable. 1)2 Cell' County Rail Eueie Ml Is a good Sunday afternoon February 1964 we'd be
Nepioe.CUSUniO. THE Ml(.HOUSE: CO. 3/IStitf 3rd Ave to CALL Temmv Ke Den Burglund Zelpha H.yr.4U IltI. Open tundeytll4tlwlht excursion for the whole family. November 1963say watchmakers:

Red o Rojd Ml t 4103 Joe' Ml' 22ISS or MI J.3131. They've taken
a
.. of SwttierUnd.
Ski nec J... I.. aI Napiss, lId,.... furnithed Ire me hte I Acre Tract on bll.k .." re.d. the N.w York World'
DISPLAY booth II
DISMAY CLASSIFIED downtown"Cloted CARIBBEAN
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Aonv and Glass 0' arae..04s. witS guett h... on back of lot There will bean SARCAPh.rl i 1
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for.MrZ"i'IOn.. |M per School DonS e>. emi. Treil Midwiy ftltt. In Naples at the airport. May icmitini: Alines of time
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APTS. FOR RENT .....,ft I ..... 4/13t I peel and* peiece SSfl e month for ".000. S400dn 2IbIs.PIVUACNE TRACT CLOtC 2nd. This stimulatedleirch Leap Ye..f*55 let up by

us u CUSSiniD DISPLAY ee APARTMENT w rTcempietekitchen I RUTH ANDERSON Broker IN ON' ROAD SURVEYED and rescue for Civil Air Patrol. aeuonorrwre ppomted by Pope

M&ytlOWettIJIIIIlltAIICI. \ Better Aportment. for Lao *>M. BY Near SeASON teicn OR end YAR I'M* Oppoeilo Ml 2J courthoute.54 or MI en 1-3M7 E Trail L't.fOWA:: AND (IWe AND A It will be state wide.Ther.will Gregory XIII in 1382 because the

\ )II ta >,e. .. MI i i>t> 4/t BECKMRf ALTORI' 413 ITI4AYI be more about ft In later Hangar earth takes approximately 365
... FOR RENTS Ml I 5225.61Income l/ll etf
us $15 WV $50 MonthS I ..._..... 1 katht Iii biocke SQ. Scoops. and one-quarter day lo revolv-

49-Heum For Rent ,. beech On Centrel Ave 1)1SO round the sun. Wiuioul that day
; BtdrooM, 2 balk large Has ... living room Property
The cadets anew to even things
1 Bedroom decoretedwill Florid room combinetion' wrthfiriplxe are starting very four y,ara

=;-== = Adults livlag room, Florida room, i* well c.newly...*.. Ceble TVWill ocreoned porch and training class this week. Also out, the watchmakers. : say, by
encloMd Alto includeddreped A GOLDEN
_.S Pin'" ( .-- eNoPets Niche a.d dialog area. Dec ISth contider.for detireblo low '....,.1...III.,. end brags carpeting Tom BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY there Is a new manning table. now we'd have Chnatmaa as the

Cal ow_-" F-I Air coaditioB and teatrtl N.., Mhoota No pot. Mid. McBride. Reortor. 132 Perk MSo WANTED A couple" or couplet of theBeeuliful Rick Winter Is the new cadet Uavts. start lo turn color and
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".at. tests ..f.r itbed wey'_I Kn 4/1f lonile Iprinft Sot commander. Nancy Fisher ls Labor Day In the aping.RMW .

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for rent Yearly rentel only >n bdrm furmehed apt
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television, Is a myth.shatterlng acter and he's given chances to
actor. be human-although I must say
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picture Interests, his textile ployer, husband and father-4s PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE Hunt's Tangy
company and a number of other to make the character tullev.
dandy little Income producers. able In the comedy sequences Tomato Juice 300 10
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starve for an acting career," he moments.Mr. Fk 3 i
noted, "but It seemed a bit Baxter Is a happily mar.
silly, particularly when the rled fellow with one child. De. PRICES Green Giant Cream StyleD ,
restaurant business always fa.. fore Is, in real life, a happily dairy specialsBroekiront'i EFFECTIVE
dusted me." married man (22 years) withm Corn 8-01.; 10 C
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heavy.," Hazel's work week employer playing, and"Mr.B. still. Do Sour Cream . p(;; 39 WED: APRIL i
find time to keep an eye on Swift's Vienna
three restaurants, to blueprint 5-6.7, 1964
plans for a motion picturehe frozen foods Sausage 4 an." 19*
expects to produce, and per. a .
form other chores. DewAT-Flele '.....
Don Is A native of Cedar TWIST AND SHOUT,
Rapids, Iowa, where his father Booilo Waffles 2 }S: 25'
was a locomotive engineer. His CAN'T BUY ME LOVE,
acting blood probably came Beatles WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
from Ms mother, who used to
direct church plays. He ell In SHE LOVES YOU, Bootlot ... -.
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student at Iowa State, turned lUND BeotletPLEASE, PLEASE ,... ....._ ,' STORE nouns !
and reached HoUyewood MEBoatl ,
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some two decades and a -
hundred. roles ago. HELLO DOLLY. Armstrong LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 8:30 6:30Friday
His first Important television, DAWN (Go Away), Four j -
employment came on ABC's Soatent 'p ovx
perennial "OnU and Harriet" MY HEART BELONGS TO ,
..rl... He played their next. ONLY YOU, Yin'.. DRINK 32-... 19'M 8:30.9:00 i
door neighbor, Thornle, for almost GLAD. ALL OVER. Do.oClark can A n K R T K Saturday
five years. ( FiveSUSPICION e e :
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SECTION B Sunday, April 5. W



For Hospital Tower BuildingAs arhf Acre Al Runnymede To Be


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a result of seven monthsof .J I wer' second floor will be iri
Site
Of Memorial
Intensive work, analysis and Kennedy
jECeee AV"VI NotrNaeeenl que since it will encoi 'pass tie
there
have been
study, major double corridor construction
changes In the original conception whereby patients' rooms will be EG1IAM, England (AP- The memorial committee be.

of the Naples Community along the outer four walls,while Children's voices sound beside lleves the Bunnymede plan plus
the Thames. On the meadows of scholarships will strengthen
Hospital's new Tower Build* the
nurses'station and the various
ing. The changes, announced In LAMA Runnymede, the heirs to Magna American. British friendship.
t r.IKS"T/ : utility and examining areas
Carta
the pla hopscotch when the British men and women will be
edition
current of the hospital's 1 ns will be in a center core.
spring rains end Young lovers sent to Harvard University,
newsletter, Prognosis, taeIxif11X1 The second floor of the stub ). walk beside the river, holding Kennedy's alma mater, Bad
will provide Incressedefflclen- p., T-wlng will consist primarily hands cliffs College or the Massachu.
cy of operation, several facilities ...... of the The meadow .
operating room pavilion, lush with grass, setts Institute of Technology.Teachers'
that were not contemplated NaaPuTAI sI : with Its own recovery and In* rolls back to Cooper's Hill.
in the original planning and '11- T V tS I tenslve care area, and the department Time-eaten beech trees cover GroupTo

greater comfort for the patients. II : of central sterile supply the slopes To the northwest
T WIIi/ aT Plans call for four major looms the gray bulk of Windsor Hear SpeechBy

During these months the architects R l operating rooms to be locatedIn Castle
This Is the place where the Mrs. WestonMrs.
consultants men. tE _._-..... .........- this area. EASTERN LOOK Ann British will keep the name of
bars of the Building and Planning T .1.1j5ITIeO The third floor of the Tower Rahns mod.l. "Psaods, a tiered John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1m. Ores Belle Weston,teach:
Committee and the admin and stub will be er at Lake Park School, will be
Towla wIX6NespiTAt T-wing hit of white draw decorated printed In the soil of their his. .
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istration have been working on "shelled In" In the tnltlslphase with violets' Creation, shown tory In association with the the principal speaker at I 0'
....... ... .......JreYatn Great clock Saturday afternoon at the
the design of the new buildingas of construction It Is contemplated rn London/ from hat fashion Charter of 1215, meeting of the Alpha Delta
Chap.
Interior that the third floor of They will link the of
well as its layout. collection of Simono Mirman memory ter of Delta Kappa Gamma at
Hours have been spent in studying the Tower will ultimately provide the American president with thecause the Holiday Inn In Port Myers.

discussing and drawing AVINVNeCTN 50 additional beds, while the new construction to buildas he often proclaimed Delta Kappa Gamma is an honorary
plans for the location of the the third floor of the stub T- fine and modern a hospitalas mankind's continuing strugglefor and professional fraternity
various hospital departments 1 I ,I I I wing will contain labor and delivery is possible with the money freedom under law. for women teachers The Alpha
Plans call for riving one of
with a view of their relation- Ing has been changed to a northern and various offices for the administration vate rooms,two Isolation rooms rooms for the maternity available Runnymede's 182 acres to the Delta Chapter la made up of

ship to one another. orientation whereby the nursing service, and twenty semi-private ac section, with its own 16 bed SERVICE ENTRANCEThe United Stales and placing a members from Collier, Lee
building will run east-west in business department and medical commodatlons Also Includedwill unit for the care of new mo plinth (stone base) and steps and Hendry counties About 15
"PROCEED"The length. To centralize the other the presentemergencyroom there from this county are expected to
records be a day room for
patients off Fourth Avenue attend the Fort
entrance Myers meeting
Board of Trustees has hospital departments, the stub On the second floor of the Areas of the present hospital At Runnymede, 22 miles west
approved the revised projectand T-wlng was added on the south Tower will be a 60 bed patient that will be vacated by the relocation North, will become a service 01 London, restless and angry MrsWotanwascharterteemher of Zeta Chapter of the or.
various entrance to the hospital; the barons forced King John to
of departments
authorized the of
architectsto side
the tower. facility, consisting l of three private CENTER CORE and ganlxatlon at Rockford, HI., and
new emergency out patient grant Magna Carta June 15,
with detailed draw- This of will house various
proceed new expansion the supporting
de luxe rooms, five prl- The construction of the To- 1215. was its second president serving
Ings 1/8" scale of a T- hospital will be connected to services, such as central area will have its own ambulance for two terms. She later served .
Primarily the nobles
shaped building composed of a the existing structure by a first stores, housekeeping, purchasing entrance in addition to an looking after their own were in. two terms as first vice
three Tower and three floor corridor which maintenance Also the circular of the Illinois slate
story a will go Means Different etc. ambulatory entrance; terests. But this document, a president
story stub. through the present office of Winter provided will be an office for drive Immediately In primitive bill of rights, becamea organization and for four years
The initial construction of the administrator. There will the Hospital Auxiliary, an act front of the hospital will pro landmark as succeeding gen. aa chairman of the state legistlatlve

she three story Tower Build- be anotherconnectlon where the ive organization without headquarters vide access: to the main entrance eratlons broadened Its meaning committee which sponsor .'

Ing will provide pilings, foot east side of the south sectionof Things To Many PeopleMIAMI ; and s visitors' parkIng An ancestor of the Daclara. bills ed and of Interest secured to psssage of teach two

ing and foundation to support the stub T-wlng adjoins the No funds contributed to the lot Immediately south of the lion of Independence, The Great era Her topic Saturday women will .;

an ultimate expansion to a total present maternity wing. "Space" Program, which as of stub T-Wlng will hive space for Charter fired the Imagination of be "New Horizons for Delta .
of six floors. The stub T-wlng On the first floor of the Tower Fla. (AP),- Winter races and to buy a few bottles March had reached a total of approximately 100 vehicles Washington's army It helpedfix -- ,
la that time of when birds, of sunburn cream. the course of English com. Kappa Gamma.
building will not be built beyond Building new areas will be pro year $1,654,000, will be used to renovate -
Construction the hose The in Fort Myers
socialites To new law. It followed meeting
mon the
race horses, toilers, a newlywed couple it la a English ;,
three stories because vlded for relocating the laboratory ordinary citizens and an assortment chance to take advantage of or remodel the exist pltal project is expected to begin language around the world, at. will be the lilt one for the group
mechanical and conditioning X-ray pharmacy, emergency of underworld types head special rate honeymoon package ing hospital. All the "Space" In the latter part of this firming the supremacy of Jus. for the current school year. The :
equipment will be located on Its and out patients departments south. plans offered by some Florida Program funds will be used In year Smith & Korach of Miami tlce over tyranny. Trends begunin last meeting was held In Naplesat :

roof.Originally A "Shelled in" area This helps" keep Florida green, hotels." -- are the architects and Dr Magna Carta art reflected In the Beach Club Hotel with
the intention was to will be reserved for a future -the color of a dollar bill. Mil.p Then there are several thou. MOfif THAN HftLr Of Charles C, Hlllinin of Miami the legal systems of many na. Mr. Opal Storter serving as
build a five-story rectangular physiotherapy department. lions of them in fact. sand working people who leave FLORIDA TOIRISTS WILL and Everett Jones of Fort My lions general chairman Mrs. Mabel ":
structure, known as the Tower Provision has been made in the The winter season Is many their Jobs in Catskill Mountain RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I Beach the consultantswho Today Jet planes coming from Hilton of Fort Myera la presi.
Building, with as much of the initial construction for a waitIng things to many people.To resorts, Northern race tracks, ers have been are with hosepltal' New York's John F, Kennedy dent of the group
first and second floors completed area, telephone switch the wealthy and ultra. Coney Island or Atlantic City working and Planning International Airport roar over j
as available funds would board, doctors' lounge and passenger wealthy, It is the four-month period and pick up similar Jobs in Mi Building Runnymede preparing to landat
and the ad- .
permit and with the three elevators. A new hospital when their gay party clr. ami.A. Fr Committee London Airport A highway : :
top cult shifts from New York, few hundred other "work. ministration.On packed with cars cuts across =
floors "shelled in" for future kitchen and T
facility
dining Philadelphia, Detroit and Mon. ing" people also move their op. one stile of the meadow But the 11.SPARKS.
growth. This planning did not with its own elevator Is also treal to the tlljhtly.less.formal eratlon to Florida's sunny in three of thoie who develop -. mind's eye can picture! the ..
include a new operating room provided Additional space for atmosphere of the Surf Club, In. shores These Include the pick. cancer today are saved, according scene when armored nobles and "
pavilion In the Initial construction electrical equipment and a dlan Creek Country Club, Bis. pockets, gamblers, bookies, "SSA to the American Cancer knights Jostled each other in GIANT FOREST ;
and only provided for an expansion transformer vault will be loca- came Bay Island Estates and hold-up artists, gem thieves and the Society half had could been be diagnosed saved If Egham's streets and pitched ,; *
of present dietary facilities. ted in a one story structure the Miami Beach hotel row. dope pushers eo ie.r1 muse Telaw early cancer and treated promptly. their tents and raised their ban. FIRES GROWl

The general orientation immediately In front of the To Mr and Mrs. Average It is a standard remark sour rawnu _nere. In_Runnymede. -------- --
. of the building left much to be present hospital lobby. John Doe, it is two weeks of among Floridians that winter' '-
, desired, since most of the glass The first floor facilities of trying to stretch a vacation first southbound plane brings .
1 area of the upper floors had a the stub T-wlng will Includethe fund over Jacked>up motel or the rich. The underworld catches /
hotel "season" rates, trips to the second plane.
main hospital information -
western lobby,
exposure countless tourist attractions to The jet plane, the Communist
I For these and other practical desk, gift and Hospitality watch porpoises, alligator takeover in Cuba, political Instability .

reasons the Tower Build. shops, a meditation room wrestling and swamp-buggy in the Dominican Re. ..
public, and legalized gambling -
in Puerto Rico and the Bahama :c.
Islands have had an effect on
the season. i
The appeal has been put
across so well that more than
2'/4 million persona swarm- 1. S
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most lemming style -to winter iorewide ,
! tyrcj 4Mwr vacatlonland. They spend about I
600 million green dollars The
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season now opens In Novemberand .
runs through April.
Air conditioning for cars, S
buses and public buildings -has
ale I
helped make Florida a year. at.
round vacation attraction. Fam. 1A

llles with school-age children ,
find the summer heat and .
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humidity not overpowering. R }
But the emphasis la still on
,I,. "the season" :

"Let's face It. From Decem. .
ber to April we make money,,
...
The rest of the year we try to ni .
lose as little as possible," says "
Harold Gardner, publicist for
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
'k: 4'-'L .z8m2ea 4Y1 Indian Creek Country Club, ,
(
situated on an Island dredged
ZEPHYR WEIGHT r from Blscane Bay and acces.
%
T-1 Bible only over a welUguarded 'i ,:
bridge, represents the high society I .
' t !',. portion of the winter sea. and.

.s : son.Club JPORTS .;j1

I' N ti-jr t p"e Manager Bob Grant says, 1
"We have more self-made men
f
\ \\ today than 23 years ago. There
, I J C. has been a shift to the rich .PECIALTIESIHOP
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.t common man and, possibly be. .
Ie cause of this, less formality...
\ i\i'\\ \ \ "The old guard are not so
: 'I t1 t much Interested In dressing 'IMC-

with the diamonds, etc. If you

,I ptt :t.)1;) Y" 'J NV ,:" 'J have guard a will steak be there.cookout But, the if you old _.,._;

have a formal inside function,
/ ct6ii where Its easier to see and te
e z seen, you attract the new set"
A little farther south Is the
ZEPHYR WEIGHTSPORTCOATS Boulevard Retirement Hotel,
where $8' a month will pay for

& TROPICAL SUITS room, board, and incidentalslike
cigarettes and crossword

SPRING fUN STARTS WITH/ FASHION putzles.
Maury Appel, who runs the
Good times are better when you dress confidently, correctly and hotel, told an Interviewer "This
comfortably in a Palm Beach Tropical or Zephyr Weight Sportcoat area is becoming an older per.
The new colors are sensational, the tailoring superb and the sons' haven This area dependson
new wrinkle free fabric blends keep that "just pressed" look old people. f.w1
wearing after wearing A Palm Beach- Outfit is the best buy "Younger people have jobs-

you will ever make, so stop in today for a try.on. Choose from they come down for a week or
two, but even when they do,
conventional or natural shoulder models.
they don't have the money to Saves

Student Sizes 34-42 Palm Beach Tropical' SuIt $37.95 spend. You take the old people
from here and this wouldbe
Palm Beach Zephyr Weight Sportcoat $29.95 away a desert" ,

But between the extremes inert
are vacation facilities which will

meet the need of just about any P '
visitor. $ !

"The Greater Miami area
EPP'SClothing can house 180,000 visitors in anyone
day," Gardner said. "ThatIs .
291 Broad A\e. SouthIn
more tourist capacity than ,
for Men all of Europe." "
"Vacations are a big bust. ,
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS' ness," Gardner said. "People The Beach Shopping Area
have money these day. They
725 Fifth Avenue, S. Ml 2.2223I are willing to spend, but they
must have value for it, and
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White, 147, Helen Parker Jlms Sunoco 47 65
EGLEB'SO 154. Maude Wainwright list Flame Lounge 44 68

ed a 139, Sue Tillman 152, Nicks 35 77
Charlie Howell 163, W, Aber.
nathle 188, Betty Graham 133 CONSTRUCT10NEERS BB
R N ER By MARION 80RENSEN .w and Shirley Wardrip 156.159. Townsend Produce 78 42

. .. . . . . . r 1 BOWLERETTES Pamper. First Florida 72 48
ed Poodles took all from Faber
Carpet 67 53
Hair with Ethel Jones posting a Sawyers
475, Ethel Dlnaburj473 and MaryJo Conditioned Air 65 55
Gibbs 468 for the winners. Naples Federal 65 55
the winter season draw. off and time permits copying of WOMEN'S CHURCH Jean Ann FoUls with a 470 set and House Electric 62 58
Ing to a close, It's exciting to the Information from the league Vogt led the league with a 510. Mary Armbrust 468 led Stone Richards Roofing 61 59
see how many leagues are real sheets posted at the lanes. 206. Mary Glllesple used a 206 Builders as they took all from Sunshine Market 58 62

"tight". In some only one half BROOKSIDE BOWLCONSTRUCTIONEERS for a 484 and Hazel Abraham. Nicks. Talented one for the nlte Allied Paving 52 68
point separates teams and In the Ron son listed a 477. Marc Miltner was Lucille Lord 502.182, Ann Win Turner 52 68
jew remaining weeks of play reached a 168 single, JOYc.O'
Hody with a 528.190 led
First Sharp 453 and May Grant 450. 46 74
most{ anything can happen. Florida in a clean Green, Anne Brown 160, Martha Mi- Naples Police
sweep over Marilyn fired 200 sin. '
Spindle a
153 Beach Cabinet 42 18MEN'S
Have you Inquired about theNews.Press House Electric Scoring honors Plercy, 158, Marge Thomas gleton, Louise Fortin 171 and the
tournament? Under. Wanda Rice, Carolyn Sporbertand
for the cite went to Richard 5.10 Mildred Eaton 165 Dot
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stand there Is a $10.00 prize Golden for his 888-212. Robert Pat Robertson 156. CHURCH BB
Donelson 164 B. Brehm 155 and
In each establishment for the Sthwelker listed a 562. MEN'S CHURCH Leon Sny. J Methodist 80 36
Inga GUI 175. Sharpshooterswere
leader In each division. There 218, Gene Tessier 561.199 and der and Ralph McKlrlhan led Ruth Nlcholsthe4.10M. Assorted Christians 70 48
will also be prices added In Methodist No. 2 to their win over ,_
Gene Chamberlin 560.198. John garet Scaggs, 27.10, Ruby Sims Methodist #2 60 I/Z 5S 1/2
each the entries In. Emmanuel Lutheran. Both list.
as come
Stull blasted a 228 loner
Fred Christian MensFellowship
and Ann Sharp the 2.4.10.
Brookside Bowl Is the local par. J/1llman 214, Glen Yeager 203 ed 516 series. Leon used a 190 551/2 60 1/2
tlclpatlng house. Make your In. Mike Pike 201 and Clyde Floyd and Mac a 181-plus the 3.9.10and
qulrles about the rules, etc. 200. Bud Mohrbacher and Frank the 6.7.10. Ken McConkeywas Bowling Standings Emmanuel
there. Williams the talented one with a 610. Lutheran 431/2 72 1/2
posted games of 196, 211215. Vern Allen reached a E. Nap. Methodist 381/2 771/2
League champions, membersof Earl Campbell 192, George Ii CONTRACTORS PL
the winning teams, winnersof Lowe.claude Jolllffe 190, Gene 557.202 and F. Redenbaugh 545. Boat Haven 391/2 20 1/2
Individual awards will be an. Tlllman 191 and Ice Wolford John Piercy came up with a sin. Metalcraft 331/2 211/2 WOMEN'S CHURCH BB
nounced as soon as things slack 198. gl* 201, C. Chalonder 192, Nell Moons Masonry 33 27 Christian Pinheads 49 38

Hannaford 190 .and Foster 186. SOMETHING DIFFERENT for a bowling of the 40 bowlers' names and their B & B Builders 33 27 Dlablos 44 43

2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 5, 1964 blasted NITE a OWLS 502 with Agatha a 182 Cleary highto league banquet was prepared by Lucille sponsors, and these were placed at Stone Builders 30 30 Mixed Christians 44 43

lead for the evening. J. Perry (left), cochairman, and Bebe each seat at Friday's league banquetat Firestone 29 31 Gutter Dusters 431/2 431/2
461/2
Distributors 29
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Snyder totaled 493, Hazel Abra. Daley Question Marks
hamson 482, Laura Clark 480 Moog, chairman of the banquet com the Piccadilly Pub. Each figure held Naples Supply 27 33 Methodist 39 45

C tnnetfe c. Winne alt ,. I and Patti Guzzle 465. Sharon mittee for the Pine Lanes Powder Puff a miniature ball bearing the bowler's Conditioned Air 17 43
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I YaM tossed her highest league league Bottles were labeled with each high game and high series.er MITE OWLS BB
game a nice 221. Wanda Rice MEN'S CHURCH PL Conditioned Alt 601/2 261/2

Presents I, recorded a 181 single, Vlrgle 249 game for a 560, Gil Soren. distribution of prizes etc, Jeanne Veenschoten 456. Lor. First Christian 62 50 Sea Treasures 48 39
Hutto 174, June prasil 168, Ruby len 550.197 and Leon Snyder 559. Gus Seaberg took scoring honors etta Easterly tossed a 189 sin. St. Anns 57 SS Chessers
167 and Katie Stull 166.
Riner
f 202. Harold Daniels threw sin. with a 621.223.225, Tex Kaver. gle, Mary Jo Gibbs 177, Ethel Trinity #2 58 56 Wash 0 Mat 47 40
156 Joanne
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." l' Peggy Yahl 154.152 a Keen gle 220, Art Tiffin 205, Mike man had a 550-207, Wally (on Dinaburg 173, Tina Kibbe 172, Trinity 55 57 Grants it 1 44124212Ingrams
Mandeville Nancy
158 Morrison, 167 Pat Yahl, Monty King 203, B. Hogue, the Cond. Air team) posted a Lucille Lord 171, L. Runkle 183, Bonita Baptist Nl 54 58 Chevrolet 44 43
Rose W. Miller 202. Junior Simpson 234 loner, Carl Armbrust 22, E. Cole 159, K. Hler and Marty
Bonita Baptist #2 SO 43 44
Talbot 143 Frances Fltzek 159 Grants #2
reached a 199, K. Roark 193, Ev Baldwin 205, D.J.Salmon 203, Little 157, Nucle Veenstra 155. 62.
and Bertha Bradley 147. Robert Abbott, Guys Daniels 192, D. Dover 195, Bud Mallory 193, 156. Nice games were also roll. Bank of Naples 39 48
rl SUGAR 'N SPICE .Tillle Davis AJ Tatu, Em Emmerlck 190. Bob Steele Jr. 192, Harold Mil. ed by Ethel Critean, Joyce Has. WOMEN'S CHURCH PL Anchor Lounge 38 48
threw her highest league ser. FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC ler 191 and John Shuff the 2. lup, Judy Daugherty, Alice Wise, Christian Daffys 591/2 521/2 Trail Cleaners 351/2 411/Z
les a 552.187 and led Dixie Crys. Using a 208 for a 552, Ned 540 convection WUma Mllner, Shirley Beck,Gae Holy Bowlers 581/2 53 1/2 Naples Federal 34125212MERCHANTS
tals In their win over Sweet Basil. WOMEN'S Buck Sue Frances #1 55 57
Dorsey led the Developers in CHURCH Talent. Tlllman, Trinity
Cindy Brlsson tossed a 189 for their win over Planning. De. ed one was Betty Hardwick as Tucker, A. Garber, V. Morgan St. Anns SS 1/2 55 1/2 BB
a 517, Babe Moog 489.212, Kaye signs swept all from Cooperatives she used a 168 for a 477. Rita and L. Fraley. Sharpshooterswere Emmanuel Naples Marine 54 1/2 32 1/2
Rans 476,Hazel Abrahamson 475, led by Ike Wolford 522. Baker recorded a 182 loner, S. Johnson 5.10, Marg Lee Lutheran 551/2 56 1/2 Yahl Brothers 511/2 35 1/2
Betty Geltz 471, Nour Turner Bev Nelson 167 Jo Powell 148 6-7-10 and M.Shivel 5-6.10.
453. 199. Paul Abrahamson threw a Trinity #2 53 59 Roses Texaco 50 37
463 and Robertson
Patsy 224 for a 585 and led Consul. Marlon Pederson 149, LaVerne COFFEE 'N DONUT. Top
Libby Treadwell came up witha tints In their win over Acreage. Bibee 151, Myrtle Brack 148. scorer for the day was Mary King Insurance 491/2 37 1/2
191 singleton, Bobby Miller Harry Sauchelll tallied a 606. 147. Ruth Moyer and Ruth Mor. Armbrust with a 477.168. MaryJo COFFEE 'N DONUT PL Ed Davis Builders 46 41
170 plus the 35.7 split, Marg 235. Jim Glidden 532-204, Don eau posted nice games of 144 Glbbs reached a 462, Fran. Sugar Donuts 82 30 KwUc Chek 45 1/2 41 1/2
Spacious, rambling ranch house created for the Miltner 162, Mae Williams 157 Elferdlnk 578-216, Joe Salmon each, Hilda Morton 147, SusanAnderil41 CPS Fltzek 453, Sue Tlllman. Luzlanne 68 44 Dunbars 42 45
family who wants plenty of room Large, well and Belvla Allen 167. Jo Pow. 563.203. D.J. Salmon listed a and Joa Sharp 143. 105 av-442. Donna Halley came Expresjo 60 1/2 511/2 Marhoefer 02.( 411/2 45 1/2

landscaped lot on high ridge just I IVi blocks ell had a nice 1M, Anne Atkln. 559-201, Richard Golden 539-212 ..Buck Perry up with a 183 loner, Hermine Beechnut 52 60 Isles of Capri 41 I/2 451/2. .
son 149, Amy Stump 140, Ruth and Charlie Rice 551202. Bud game for a 614 Huber 178, Sindy. Hackney,Belle Maxwell House 51 61 Fuller IndustrU- 36 51
from beach. 3 large bedrooms, 3 baths; capacious Morris 152.150 and Frances Hogue blasted a 223 loner, Ralph First Christian In Corwin 170 and Fay Hatcher 164. Sanka 49 63 Naples Printing 35 52

closets and storage. Sprinkler system, all electric Walker 152. Midge Gwaltney, Leigh 217, Gene Chamberlin 212., their win over Bonlta BaptistNo. Alice Jensen registered a 158 Holsum 48 64 Marhoefer Hfl 27 60
kitchen screened_oorch allaround hark of house. who is coming right along with William Jones 202, Leon Sny. 2. Bud Hogue reached a as did J. Morgan, Audrey Sober Folgers 371/2 741/2
her bowling after switching from der 204, John Stull 203 and the 206 loner, Wilburn Bullard 202, 150, Chris Hatcher 147, Joyce
To be sold completely furnished at $38,500. A left to right hand, had a nice. 6.7, Nell Van Wyck, Wes Hen. D.J. Salmon 200, Len Spotts 199, Zate 137, Hazel Brunk 132.135, FIRST FLORIDA CLASSICSub
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delightful home. 111, Jo Loach 156, Wanda Jones son, G. Eaton 201, Mike Yahl Allen Blbee, Charles Petty 193, Ruth Felsch 122 and Mary Bis. Division 77 39
and Louise Wolford 169, Mary 206. Gil Newton 191 and Harold hop 114. Ospreys 74 38 Acreage 71 45
Owner will finance with Lanza 161, Irene Bell 144, Flo Hoover 187.ROCK BIG CYPRESS MIXED. Ra. Seminoles 64 48 Financing 71 45
$5,000 Down Payment Coe 164 and Polly Pearson 162. PINE LANESCONTRACTORS 'N BOWLERS .. Carib. nor Backs outran the Seminoles Panthers 64 44 Consultants 71 45
Grace Brack, expert on the con. Boat Haven bean Realty were victorious in led by Dick Erickson 472.174. Pot Holes 57 1/2 54 1/2 Estimating 60 1/2 55 1/2
version of the 457. emerged the champions of the Edith Stone White Herons 56 56
will
their game with Wonder Gardens receive a tri. Real Estate 59 57
ciVnnetfe C. Winn, 'Je ..I'or NAPLES MERCHANTS Paul second half of this league and Restaurant, Mary Armbrust lead. plicate patch from UIBC for Gatois 54 1/2 571/2 Designs 5G 1/2 5' In
will have roll off next week
a Gray fired a 590-213-200 to lead a
log 537.193, Linda Sauchelll add. tossing three identical games. Bob Cats 55 53 54 62
825 Eighth Street South the league. H. stoneburner toss with Naples Supply, who were ed a 532.210,Sandy Hackney 507. Jack Hatcher recorded a 577. Razor Backs 48 64 Developers
the first half victors to deter. Planning 49 67
ed 570.219 Rae Hendrlx 569. ,
a 197 Gene
196., Carousel Drive In took all Tlllman 536, Jack
Rats 47 65
MI 2.6571 Sand MI .U70 mine the league champion. Swamp Construction 46 70
201 and Ken Hanson 561.205. from Imperial Pharmacy with a Flnzer 528, Gene Tessler 522
218. Paul Abrahamson/ fired a April 13 there will be 'I sweep..big ....1M. from Ann Follls 438. and Andy, Rogers 530. lo]Henry, :Air Boats 36 76 Investments 43 1/2 72 1/2
- .; -,t.168.*.Wtges, and'M2ale made it took the honors for the weaker ; Incomplete Cooperatives 371/2 78 1/2

a sweep over Fuller Industries (1)) sex by firing a 508.177,Flora II
led by Marge Seaberg, 492167. Edwards totaled 491.199, Bettye BOWLERETTES PL
Bebe Moog produced a 497.181, Hoverman 470, Marie Erickson Pampered Poodle 77 35 RENEW TOURv ,
Joan Lawhon 479, J. Reahard 456 and Betty Hardwlck 4 51. C.C. Nap Floor Cov. 731/2 381/'J DRIVER'S LICENSE .
HEAH 'TIS 472, Mildred Eaton 461,Ins Bunt. Boyd came up with a lone 203, Brehms Atlantic. 661/2 511/2 DURING YOUR 1 r
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48 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April S, 196C a..
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New Japanese ReligionTOKYO


(AP) An orcanlza Many Buddhist and Christian
tlon called Sokagakkal Is the leaders complain that it Is car.
fastest-growlng religious group tying out a campaign to dls
In Japan today, and the most credit them. Some politicians
controversial charge that It would establish a
tt Is making strides In politicsand fascist dictatorship If It should
Is attracting U.S. service. achieve national power.
men In Japan, while critics de. Sokagakkal was started In
nounce it as intolerant and a 1930 by Tsunesaburo Maklguchl,
possible threat to democracy a geographer, and a fellow
Sokagakkal, or the Value.Cre teacher, Josei Toda.
sting Society, was founded 34 They formulated the theory
years ago It is a laymen's or. that the only Important value Is
ran I zatton which promotes a human gain, more vital than } '
700.}'ear-old Buddhist faith, the beauty or goodness
Nlchlren Shoshu. It teaches that Sokagakkal says it Includes T F
Nlchlren, the monk who united some 12,000, American service
Japan spiritual! to repel the men In Japan, most of them in.
13th century Invasion by Mon. traduced by their Japanese
gols, Is the true Buddha. wives. At a group meeting In
The believer gets Immediategain Mltaka, near the American air.
and happiness, says Soka base of Tachlkawa, 10 white and
gakkal, by worship of Mchlren 6 Negro servicemen squatted on
and his scripture, and by re* the matted floor
pealing the chant "Glory to the Staff Sgt George Miller of
sutra of the lotus of truth" Riverside, Calif., an airman,
THE PAST RELIVED-I Volunteer '..rtmtn wearing traditional. happl coats These promises have had a said he had been a Christian
powerful Impact: on Japanese who hadn't found what he
and topknot wigs, emulate their, predecessors by carrying bamboo ladder in Tokyo parade. bypassed by the postwar Indus. for was FUN WITH I FATHER- Hire finds hn father Japanese Crown Prince
looking until his Japanesewife
Some 2.WO firemen took part in annual fire fighting, how held ,in the Mop) Shrine garden. trial boom. These Include un. persuaded him to Join Akihito. i willing playmate II they arm wrestle on floor of their Togu PI'lace home in I
successful small businessmen, Tokyo. The four.'ur.old boy mother Crown Princess Michike it I" interested Spectator. .
billowing emission from i clerks, maids and cooks, needy
t AdsThe & volcano is not smoke i students and the millions who J JP
Read the ]
I t Want The vapor's dark t. have poured into cities only to r
color 11 cauied by volcanic ash. find life cheerless and lonely.
Many religions In Japan have '
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people. Sokagakkal promises Of Relics From A
"BIG REWARD for Smart Shoppers"RCA them results now. tt has widely
distributed the testimony of
those who report recoveriesfrom
VICTOREARGAIH terrible Illness, Improve. 'he SUNKEN
ment In financial status or bet.
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Meetings from the neighbor.
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hood to the national level chan Spanish
nel the organization's actlrltes
mmSENSATIONAL I from 30.year.old President Dal
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members a feeling of partlclpat. t
Ing In the process of saving discovered Off Our
themselves and humanity.
Since 1951, Sokagakkal's South Florida Coast.
membership has Jumped from
5,000 families to a claimed: four +* .' .' .' > *' ,< ,

...................... million, or 10 million people.
Running under the banner of t Antiques For Sale J JSnlitty's i itf
N 5aaSrlrhstiLt More its political branch, the Komel
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oUU ment and nearly 2,000 to local
and prefectural (state) legislatures a Pawn Shop
famous performance provedRCAVICTOR to ,
See Than tt Is a minority party but

R Ever Before i'' politicians note It has won over. ROYAL WA L K- Prince Horo of Japan, three, walks
whelmlngly virtually every con. 989 Airport Rd.
t I test It has entered. with nil mother, Crown Princess Mlchlko, II he crrlvee to
tike a" examination for admission to kindergarten In Tokyo.

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS T. OH ummt tiatrd!. II -,"lIld
Sunday, April I, 1964 "W. t Young People Thin; ,1"Beatlemania
like gihKriih Only I few <*,tJ,,
-1"1111I'i ttf July wueJa.

;;; Song's Smut the Most listeners'of the obscenities are in Indian are intelligible,jargon. in the Best<

juvenile authorities minds.arc worried.And The gimmick Judge the record Sheppard tt Will Fade Soon, Say Teen-Agers t
" wan told, ii to play
Juvenile Court
Judge Bon J.
Sheppard was horrified lo hAd a 33 1 J rnm. At the low speed. by Eugene Cllbert J has a favorite among the group,
crap of school notebook paperon the full impact of the vulgnntie President of the Paul McCartney took first place
clear
whuh a 14-year-old! girl had heiomea Gilbert Youth Research Co. among the girls, with 64 percent
: Of Listener Taint to. Miami Neca reporter
penned with obvious cant, hatened Onl) the molt The reign of the Beatles mat; _Hx of the vote while RIngo Starr

III By JACK OSWALD meticulously whet dotting her I's withclrdeh tmaiinative could distinguish be loud, but it won't be long, won the approval of the buts.

Miami News Reporter the word- of a popular purported rock to 'n'be the alleged four-letter Anglo say American young people. with 87 per cent of the vote.The .

MIAMI (AP) Teen-sgeri are roll number. Saxomsms. and then onh with fortv.flve per of the alleged
spending a good bit of their lime The song, recorded by a me. heir on sups teenagers we Interviewed rerent'y Beatles appeal to a particular
UaiMl'UOII.
with their ears pressed against calypso group on a 45 rpm record, Ditto the St tei Attorneys : think the long-haired b(1 s age group, mainly between nand
r assorted
loudspeakers, listeningto
is played regularly on radio and 19, but are evenly split ,
dirty words in a office. from Liverpool wll' stop wavli m
ng.
be bought at
can
At least they think Ihrv'eeIsInMind counter*. moat record Federal communualion com their mops In front of audlen" es r'd r the question of whether the sin;.

ml"loner..delu.edbcomplalnl" In a tear or lets; IS per rest ers' nationality affects their
from sllcner I the tountrv I listened _
give the Beatles two sears nfpopularlt popularity
.
to the record and reached the \.. Sue Barton, 1(, of Geneva,
conclualon
same _
ST "Vie played it al' every .peed Whatever their future mat be N,Y., was affected by the Brillsh

from 16 rpm lo 78"said the FCC the Beatles remain at the top r background of the Deities. When

NATIONAL BANKOF official."*e could conclude only right now, and an amating f' she first saw films of them In
unintelligible at"paotype -
tt'a
that an per rent of the girls sax the'reBeatle England, she decided "if the
.on,. If you linen to it with
NAPLES II net of clean Ivrict in front of fan. The bo- sir.:"'! w English girls, usually considered

you, you can convince vourself as Impressed by the quartet- Conservative, rioted: so much,
you're hearing those words. If only 58 per rent of the young someone must be terribly good

HOME sou listen to it tthiti reading a men like them Almost all the over there'
Sheet of dirl\ Ivricn >ou can a
teens-97 per cent-have seen
make yourself believe the sound
IMPROVEMENTLOANS the Beatles perform at one timeor
Ethel Merman
on the record match the words of another ,
the Ijrus
"We ;ju'"t ltan'l convict anybody Just what makes the Beatles Ernie
BorgnineTo
on evidence like that and that is and Beatle fins-tick' Approximately .

\chat \\'< .are telling the complainant one-thlyd of the t>ovs and
." the official "mid one-fourth of the girls are attracted Wed In June
It's. not the fin time nor the Here are the Beatles. Are they approaching the downgrade?
to the Beatles by their HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ernest
lust., pschologist. sav that the
the voices, and 24 per rent of the Borgnine, who has never seen
public particularly sexconscious Kenneth Kleiner, 16, of Wood. liked them too," says Pam DISAPPROVE OF SCREAMINGBeatle Ethel Merman on stage, be.
boys and 30 rent of the
First National Bank of Naples han imagined adolescent dirt public girls like the per sltaggy-dog look side, N.Y. Jan McGee, IS, of', Bratton, 16, of Vpper Arlington, appearances have been lleves In love at first who has sight.

".. Portland, Ore, agrees. "They Ohio. notable for the audience reac- Miss Merman, never
Mr"'lr" ou might call this a telf of the young Ilng.rs.USIQUENESS seen the movie "Marty also
,_..1 Rewrvs Sylle", Federal. D.'I In.u..nce co.,. Induced auditory illusion," siiid are disgusting and revolting and tlons which often drown out the believes In love at first sight.
[fed. Samuel A. Feldman. cHvfpysiholugisl APPEALS' poor examples of talent and the Undoubtedly the most famous singers themselves. Most of the That, says the skipper of'Mc.

for the Dade Many of the teens think theBeatles' teen-ager," she says. characteristic of the Beatles Is young people disapprove of this Bale's Navy," Is why the two
Juvenile('ourt PsychislricClmic.Morning What causes a young person to their Edwardian hair-dos. Mostof type of reaction and 82 per cent will\ be wed June 26, three daysatl.r
appeal stems from the
his final dl.
become a Beatle fan "Radio the teens .seem to feel that -83 rent of the boys and 75 he picks up
per
act that they're somehow dif vorce decree from Mexican act.
recent "They are original and programs play Beatle music almost the unusual cut Is okay on the per cent of the rlr1's-say theywouldn't ress Katy Jurado.

really cool," says Stephen John continuously; after hearing Beatles, but they wouldn't want act this way. Despite "We really didn't have a ro.

Ryan, IS, of Arlington Ohio them many times I began to en- to see their friends with shaggy such disapproval, the fans do go mane," says Ernie "We hap.

1C C, Margaret Lang, 14, of Brooklyn, Joy their music,"explains James mops. Sixty-five per cent of the mad In the presence of their ty pened one to night be at and a started Hollywood talking.par.
Taber 16 of New Britain Conn. women like the style, but
young Idols. Why?
N.Y., llkei the group "because "Then, a few nights later, Mr
teenagers must have someone togo Publicity about the Beatles and three-quarters of them wouldn't John Elnset, 16, of Geneva, card Mrs. Joe Shrlbman, the

: ape over once In a while, and the desire to become "one of want their boyfrl-ids: to switch. N.Y., maintains It Is Just another hosts of the party, asked If I

the Beatles are It!" the crowd" also Influenced some Only 43 per rent of the boys way of showing appreciation would mind escorting Miss Mer.

Then are some dissenters. teens "I guess It Is sort of approve of the shaggy mops and Donna Wheatley, 18, of man to a dinner party I Jumpedat
the chance.
i "They make a mockery out of the contagious. Everyone else liked only 17 per cent have copied Mlama, Fla., explains the "We talked and she told me

entertainment business," says them so I gave them a try and I them. screaming Is just a spontaneous that she was leaving the next

York. I asked If I
day for New
reaction. 'I don't believe the
could drive her to the airport.
girls plan to yell, It Just comes As she got on the plane, we
out," she says. hugged and kissed goodby. And
-OIL PAINTINGS OF TilE then I said, I'd like to comeback
Public opinion on the Beatles to New York and see her.

J.'" <; EVERGLADES & GULF has certainly been tumultuous, If She said, 'Fine.'
"I went back, met her son and
\
,
not always unanimous. How doesit
,
BEACHES BY then I said: 'You know I'll\ be a
,. compare with the reaction to free man on June 23. Nothing

I" f Elvis Presley, king of rock and would make me happier than If
j, ilk ti roll, who has kept his popularity you would become Mrs. Ernest

i1 CAli I nOIlNapI.I l l for about eight years-much long. was Borgnine surprised on I June said 24.It.. EvenI

: than U for
f" er predicted the "She said: 'I thought you
.. ? / .. Artist Beatles Forty-six per rent of would never ask.1 Gosh I only
the teens think he elicited Just had about three dates with her."
D Cannon & Studio
A' aP'Int tSP Gallery about the same reaction from

y Nor -710 5th Art: $..' the fans; 32 per rent think he REALISTIC CASTING;
.l eel lMdtra .a. t caused less furror, and 21 percent LINCOLN Neb. (,\P) When

EFE orcbaaed as a a, "On The Mall" say he arroused more In.arrest. the University of Nebraska laboratory -
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When 4 -0 y open evenings theater needed someone
to play the part of a Nigerian
Any self-respecting Beatle fan
atudent in the play "A Raisin
in the Sun," it found a real life

1' ';' Tit Nigerian willing.The student, available and

role went to David

Abifann, 29-year-old agronomy
Tel 1 graduate student from Nigeria
w The play identifies the student
(Asagai) as a member of the
Yoruba tribe Abifarm is a member
of that tribe

But Asagai in the play has
dream. of being prime minister of
\ I Nigeria some day while Abifarm

_.L hopes to go back to Nigeria as a
,y .-.......... .. ,.. ,.., good agronomist do sorghum research
.
f and help teach his people
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l better method. of farming
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Once radiation and surgerywere

After ? .. the only methods of treating
-V cancer. Now drugs have been added .
-; The American Cancer Society
says that the only hope of eventually
conquering cancer Is through
research Support the Society's
:;: : r-1L- broad, nationwide research program
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Corvalr to drive to school, a her help with social functions bubble rut I Is easier to keep Sunday April 5, 1M4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B
[ Johnson ferret Service agent In the backseat I It I.OW FATHER'S TASTFS looking neat without so much at.
; Girls Live in Typical Teen-Age Whirl School begins promptly at '* the two Lucy Is more tentlon. he was In Finland, he returned personal finances, Including
8:05! and she's rarely home be- < lothes conscious, and Lynda When It comes to clothes buying with bright-colored dresses, and drawing checks and working on
By YDIA BICKFORD: fore five, to kick off her shoes, blare frugal Neither Is interested both girls choose "what in a recent trip to California, their Income taxes, tor several
WASHf.'IGTON-Th. rooms ofT and have t half-hour gab session In closets full of glamour father IIkf's.to hose striking ranch clothes. years. Lynda pined extra business I.
spy j" .ut v and Lynda Johnson In the with her mother lothM) buy Lucy pays more Father likes straight skirts and Thanks to their mother's trainI" experience one summer
White House look very much Lynda Is at the university from attention to the way she looks. bright colors, and often comes ?. both girls have been "bill.conscious" when she worked at her mother'sradio
h4 fig. like any Iffn-a,. girl's. 9 to 11, and Is on call during theafternoon the likes her new long page boy. back from trips bringing dress for some time. station, KTBC, as just
sro School books ire tossed hastily U her mother needs and sets her hair dally. I vnda's es for his three women When Thev've handled their own another Girl Friday.

.' .... on the beds. There are likely to --
be abandoned shoes on the floor
,' bottles of hair spray and containers
lp lpi of rollers are visible
Records are everywhere. '"
In their rooms set Just a bit '\\
apart In the family living d\\\
quarters on the White House's
"
second floor, Lucy and Lyndacan \
forget they're national figures -
and Just be themselves.
R Favorite costumes for the
Johnson girls when they're re-
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sweat shirts. Lucy, who's been T
dating Wisconsin freshman Jack ;
Olsen, appropriately has a University 6 ".'
of Wisconsin shirt
Lynda, who Is engaged to Ensign Sitlelfj Foremen
Bernard Rosenbach, has a Navy
shirt, and conversely, a Sink
Navy number which she bought
when the University of Texas
played Navy In football
Lynda, shown here on the White House portico, combines
The girls will soon have a m
classes at George Washington University with social duties I
recreation room of their own

as. the. President's._ daughter. _. __ when the third floor solarium, I I I \ j
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used by Mrs. John F. Kennedyfor II 1\1
her nursery school, Is refurbished
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The SCHOOL demands COMES of the FIRST academic I I j I I t { ) j

world come first with the 1'' 1 i
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Johnson girls Lucy's mother I I
checked with the headmistressof \ I I
the Cathedral School before
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her daughter was allowed to accept )
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queen of the Shenandoah Apple I
Festival. Permission was grant.
ed for Lucy to take two days
off, If she made up the work on
two following Saturday mornings
Lynda's studies are twofold: Be Sure.
she spends three days a weekat .
._.- George Washington University,
Despite the ever-present Secret Service agents, Lucy and then takes two correspondence .
manages dales with University of Wisconsin freshman courses through the University La Tour Rivage is a custom Triple A constructed, cooperative To B. Sum
Jack Olson. of Texas, from which residential building, designed by noted Architect La Tour Rivage gives you the choice of 2, 3 and 4
.she recently transferred. A keen Morton T. Ironmonger and is being built by J' bedroom apartments

student of history and an avid Frank Rooney, Construction Co., one of the Southeast' To Be Sure:
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The Agency With renmul fervkeiA La Tour Rivage has the finest custom-made kitchen

1 I., 1 l'I /1 "I i iI ease.ucy's day begins at 7 when: ., m'' i.. ., ..... MlU .. cabinets. Cojojchoice available.",,f$.,;fi' /
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A .*|.....bl. ssjeacy, n.pon. kitchen of the family quarters, Gulf beach. ". La Tour Rivage apartments contains its own central
t). for prot ctin yon jrwrlimflr. and then hops Into her white air conditioning and heating system.
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low through 8 p um.d pr* La Tour Rivage being on ,
gram of protection guaranteedby LARAMIE. Wyo. (AP) leased land and Is not an FHA project or a Condo la Tour Rivage apartments contains its own central
eompaniw of Laramie police officers recently minium but true club. air conditioning and heating system.
bwacUl etnnfth. began using radar to catch project a cooperative

speeders To Be Sure To i Be Sure:
Municipal So far Judge they Robert have ticketed Coitin La Tour Rivage Has a Social area with a 60 ft. heated La Tour Rivage apartment window sills are made of

University of Wyoming Police pool, a 72 foot social room equipped to entertain Marble, also the most modern silent mercury light

( MSIII IIt woman Dueweke Ann, who Harrison iitues and and Duke renews up to 60 guests, a private area for relaxing and switches

lfC. driver licenses cabana for dressing rooms To Bo Sure:
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88 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday April 5, 1964
U.S. Seems To Be Gaining '

THEATER MEMORABILIANEW Upper- worn by Sarah Btrnhardt,
original sketches for elaborate I
YORK (o\P) An extensive Zi.gfeld Follies gown and playbill .

research collection per of major stage events in the 'r gE l C. In Battle To Win AfricaDAKAR
timing particularly to design and I early 19th Century The material.
costume has been added to the w... given to the museum bv a
theatrical collection of the Museum costuming nouse (Dalian's. tarot) Senegal (AP) The limited and complain they are not Peace Corps administrator. lie
United States seems to be gain. has been traveling In Africa tor
jetting enough\
of the uhii.h started show
City of New York. serving burr '
leg In the battle to win Africa American diplomats feel, 10 years.
Among the items are satin nesn" I 184:
for democracy. But the battles however that the aid effort has Carrington feels however
far from over. succeeded In limiting Commu. that the racial problem "Is the
In the last 10 years, during fist Influence In several areas. biggest handicap for the U.S.
At Pedro's The Largest which a new Africa has The strongly entrenched for. position In Africa."
emerged, the United States has mer colonial powers undoubtedly The presence of some 2,000
Selection of Men's and Young faced tremendous problems. It have been a strong deterrentto young American men and wo.
has been charged with not doing communism At the same men from the Peace Corps has
Men's Shoes in Southwest Florida enough or with doing too much. time, the former colonizers considerably improved the U.S.
But, say American diplomatsand have considerably hampered position in Africa.
AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD! ave. a number of African states America's freedom of move. "I wanted these young Amer
men, the result of the U.S. effort ment in Africa. leans because I was sure it
has been positive.The United States action have would help to clarity my peo.
9'J United States has madeno repeatedly been criticized by ple's Image of America and
ORDER
WE CAN NOW big mistakes. Neither has It Belgians in the Congo, French. would help Americans under
ACMEWestern had any glittering successes. men in North and West Africa stand Africa," says Senegal's
n Errors in Judgment and planning Portuguese In Angola and Mozambique President Leopold Sedar Seng
BootsFOR Y have been committed, but and by South Africa hor.
none of them was as stark as for opposition to apartheid.The Tunisian President Habib
YOUIMena Soviet blunders In the Congo and Soviet bloc, on the other Bourguiba has paid a glowing
1 a: Guinea. The United States had hand, has no alliances that ham. tribute to the Peace Corps, call.
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been fighting an uphill battle per it in Africa. It is freer to ing It a "genial Idea" of Presl.
BUSINESS I I IS BUSTLING: I Shoppers throng the marketplace In Accra, the handicapped by Its own domestic move and generally has been dent John F. Kennedy.
I apparently trim and prosperous capital city af Ghana The pleasant seacoast city on the racial problems and the healou. supporting all nationalist, anti. On the whole, African lead.
NYLON MESH Atlanta Ocean frequently la hOlt to International conferences and v a ting dignitaries, sy of former colonial powers colonialist movements. ers feel the United States should
LOAFERS wanting to keep Africa a private African statesmen vow they Increase its efforts on their con.
e grown DOCTOR'S preserve. will pursue their own course,regardless tlnent. They believe that a rich,
AVOCATIONDES
of the received developed nation like the Unit.
NlturalOnly $3.99 ; - - - rrrrrrrr rl APi Still, American techniciansand money
MOINES, Iowa (
p from either aide They promise ed States should share its wealth
I .::L..r"iL SPECIALIZING w l ': The chorus attire Iowa Mci lh"disl! businessmen are appearing in the Impressive economic results in Madagascar's antl-Commu.
: FOREIGN TRAVEL "I"I Hospital nursing school in Des in growing equatorial numbers jungles the the distant future. nlst President Phlllbert Tslran.
Moine has as its conductor Dr steaming Both Americans distributing ana-a colorful roly.poly figure t
30% & 40% Off On All I L g' AND CRUISES __ : Laverne Uinterme, who was parched sands of North Africa, aid and Africans receiving it believes the United States
eked From Factory! *9PEDRO'S I Around the Wotld or Just Around the Corner I enjoying a successful musical and along has'been the mlst-shrouded agree that the process Is a long should move faster In Africa.
forms Into
AROUND THE WORLD TRAVEL career when he decided to be a pouring one, that in the sleeping giant "Americans are always too
Africa at the rate of a half bll.
: doctor. which Is Africa today results slow," he complains. "What
SHOES 0 ref CATALONIA, ,AVI, CORAL 6AILISIIMONJ : He interned at Iowa Methodistand lion dollars a year. will take a long time. they do they do well but they
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"Open Friday 'Til 9, Saturday 'Til 7 his music by directing the the African nations.Most of them jectlves have been reasonably Tslranana says the United
nuriea' chorun. believe America's wealth Is un- served against tremendousodds. States should Increase its aid to
They Insist the United Africa because "the Chinese
States is not trying to( replacethe the Russians\ are waiting to
colonial powers. It would move In."
rather work with them. Most observers believe how.
This has not always been ever, that the Soviets have
SAVE $11960 PAY ONLY $4995 DOWN $600 A WEEK easy. Some powers long es. learned by now that nothing Is
tabllshed In Africa are suspl. easy in Africa. There are signs
clous. They fear American busl. that the Soviets are acting with
ness Is trying to replace their more caution in their African
national enterprise.This spending, particularly after
Is particularly true In their failures In the Congo and
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NjI I 1 1 1 I Th [ I g 1 64 businessmen former French and Africa.officials French want Guinea.

!I' to keep control of business en.
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share of American Investment.
The United States has also be.
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FRESH HAM with potatoes and onions may be baked to perfection in a shallow "; '.', "
I roasting pan a V shape rack leaves space for the vegetablesBy

CECILY BROWNSTONE in two directions to make a diamond should have the consistent ol a
I Attociottd Prttt Food EditorIF pattern. Rub surface: with thin while saute, should it
THFRE'S any dish that' salt and pepper to taste and thicken on standing, thin with a
held ill own all through the many rosemary Place: <:carrot celery: little water or stock
years of American: cooking: its and sliced onion in the bottomof
lea of pork often cilled fresh a roasting pan. Place rack in Cuban Exiles
ham roasted 10 its skin is pan and ham on rack.: Roast in a
brown and crunchy: its meal low (325 degrees) oven until Hail Brazil's
white and tender. meat thermometer reads 185 degrees *
New GovernmentMIAMI
When potatoes and whole onions about 35 minutes per
are roasted right in the ham fatso pound. (AP) Cuban; exiles / $4
they, too get brown and About 11/4 hours before roast hailed Brazil's revolutionary
savory, this main course: is one should be done, pare and boil government change today as
of the most delicious results of for 10 minutes in separate tending to tip the scales against
our cuisine. Fidel Castro In Venezuela's ,
saucepans: the potatoes and 8 case assn ry; r '" tria5I7
Specific directions for against him before the ,
preparing whole onions. Drain; arrange the Organization
this old favorite are never vegetahleaakmg the sides of the of American Etates.
r well, hardly ever found. So roasting pan, under the rack, An alliance of anti castro -
we asked a friend of ours who turning them to coat: with fat activist groups-Second Nation.'
excels in preparing it to give us Continue baking meat and vegetables al Front of Escambray, Alpha
her directions down to the last tor 40 to 60 minutes or 66 and People's Revolutionary
detail Here they are. Movement sent provisional
until they are cooked: through President Pa s c boa 1 RanierlMazzllll 1 m rv
If it's available,
you can usea the inside of the meat graywhiteand t
a congratulatory cable f.
shallow roasting pan with a .
vegetables browned Remove
gram and urged his governmentto
v-shape rack that locks
into meat, potatoes and whole break relations with Castro's
place In such: a pan the meat is onions to a hot heal-proof oven Cuba.
held just right for browning and platter, keep warm in turnedoffoven Besides Brazil, only Mexico,
there's plenty of room for the or in oven set at lowest Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile of
potatoes and onions. Other possible temperature the American republics main.
sliced vegetables are placed in To make gravy, remove the tain relations with Cuba.
the pan at the beginning of the charred: slices of carrot, celery: Revolutionary Unity Move
roasting and we usually pray that and onion from roasting pan Pour ment, another large ant 1.C astro
they get charred.: It's the charring off fat and drippings into a organization, sent a cablegramto
that helps to give the pork gravy measure, now pour off all but Brazilian revolutionary leader A Hr
its great flavor. 1/4 cup: of the fat and drippingsand Carlos Lacerda offering "tohelp
I defend r with arms In hand
FRESH IIAM \'ITH turn this measured amount if you
PAN.ROASTED POTATOES AND into a saucepan; reserve. dom consider of Brazil.it necessary" the free
ONIONS Pour I cup: of the hot water
, t 1 shank half of pork leg fresh into the roasting pan; with I LEARNING ABOUT THE WEST
i ham), about 8 pound wooden spoon, stir (over very RENO'(AP) Apparently there
, Salt and pepper low heat if necessary) to get up aren't enough village blacksmiths evn
I 1 teaspoon crushed: dried rosemary browned particles; reserve to go around these days. y t i1s
1 carrot: sliced Heat the fat and dripping left The University of Nevada and
1 rib celery: sliced: in the saucepan; add flour, Mir the agriculture extension service f
1 medium onion, sliced until blended or until lightly announced they are sponsoring a .. ,.xas r -. .,(
,8 medium potatoes .. browned.AdJ the remaining Il '2 abort course in horse shoeing at Reeldonco ol' Evorotl R, Brewer 1014 Nolson's Wold, facing! on the wator ol forbear" Hood, with the residence
&amaUanksns, *". 4' eups"waie and the 'entd severs Nevada cities end towns sh *-u. RufAll ... l .
: re V :"f.f WMsrMO Adjnrrtlfr !1I..do.'n| background, lacing on Cordon P. a"a-**>t.1
1/4 cup: flour water in roasting pan. Cook and The course includes Instructionin
21/2 cups hot water stir constantly: over moderate use of the forge and how to
With an extremely sharp knife *'heat until thickened Add salt handle kicking horses, Cliff
No Dwellers
In Port !
And students were asked to Royal
slice: through skin and fat of fresh and pepper to taste Serve piping
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ham at about 11... 2.mth: intervals hot with roast fresh ham. Gravy bring their own horses, if pos
sible.

Only architect designed, tingle family residences, with oc.an-going salt water at the foot of plush green lawn.

are provided by deed not conversation
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1 1. Port Royal Is a well-established, exclusive ,
residential community comprisingover
13 No property sales are made except in I
90% of the southernmost two square
In Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit
miles of Naples, with 143 families
residence and more homes build- to Port Royal and seen us in person. Andno
many
sales made other than those
of are to persons
this season. No promoter's dream
Ing who have been accepted for membership in
"what is to be. Lei 4i
the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
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was continued without modification until it 14. The foregoing are not "rules and regulotions" .
became the reality it Is today.
which in any way tend to limit your

complete freedom to enjoy the livability which
3. More than ova' miles of boulevards which +MY Port Royal offers. They are measures of pro

wind along the beautiful waterways were laid tection designed to guard against any en

out and paved, exceeding the standards set by croachment on your pleasure and anythingthat

the State for its primary highways. Also proper Card room and lounge at the Port Royal might tend to depreciate your investment.

drainage was provided for every toot of Beach Club. Compatible, congenial neighbors are some

boulevard Of course, all facilities such as property can be members. To them, member. thing that money alone cannot provide
Naples city water the finest in Florida -
ship is given without charge with the purchase
15. We do not think that overstate the
we
television cable
electricity, telephone, etc are of their property
available throughout the area facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the
finest places to live in the United States' We
4. More than 10,000 majestic Royal and ,Coconut 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis are confident that you will agree if fine

palms and other exotiC trees were movedin unsurpassed in Florida and equalled, perhaps homes, luxurious surroundings, congenial

to line the boulevards and other land areas. in only a handful of America's more neighbors superb climate, and deep salt

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

large, interestingly shaped private estate 11. Every home in Port Royal must be designed -

sites. Properties range from one-half acre to by an approved architect and built for We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

several acres in size. its owner. Though there are homes In Port inquiry at our office Harbour House

WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME? 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on Royal which cost several hundred thousand fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive One

deep, wide, ocean-going waterways which dollars, it is possible to become a resident of block east of Gordon Drive

with the Gulf of Mexico and Port Royal for a minimum investment of
PINE RIDGE EXTENSION TO PER. connect directly .__ _.... .. ._ _
BLOCKS "H" AND "Z" OF ARE ZONED the intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islandsto $55,000 to $60,000, including property, residence #or< '

MIT THE KEEPING OF A RIDING HORSE (or your pet pony). the south and landscaping. Properties range In

from $13,200 to $45,000, apart from
Drive out today. Only 3tt! miles north of the Naples city limit on U. S. 41. 7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot price building costs.

For details, see any Naples Realtor of your lawn, even if your boat is a 90-foot is providednow
12. Every possible protection
yacht. and for generations to come Only single r h

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

of white powder sand beach, directly on the No speculative building is permitted; no cooperative

Gulf of Mexico. The Club itself is a "cjem- apartments, no commercial buildingsof

like structure without peer on either coastor any kind. Space required between residences r .,.
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anywhere in between," said an eminent is 60% more than the highest zoning

PineRid9e! journalist. It was designed by John Volk of requirement in Naples. No overhead electricor .

Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross I. '.' -. .:... '\ 'rI1"r ;

Florida. street or enter homes except underground. ._,, .. __
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PORT ROYAL BEACH CLUB on the Gulf c1Mesleo
9, Memberships in the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve with white ywdet und beach In the

Created by Collier Development Corp. not for sale Only owners of Port Royal years ago) Many other sensible protections foreground II


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lOB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 5, 1964<< stand If It failed to send troopsto admit the Greece Cypriot has turn been toward alarmedby theSoviet Cyprus Greek government Cypriot leadership-- meaningthe
Greece Both oppose a Turkish Interven. be to the
Turkey Hope tlon. Union. A top authority might persuaded Join
says Greece late In February North Atlantic Treaty Organlza.
Turkey and Greece share a announced complete support for tlon.
worry about the Communist the Greek Cypriot side mainlyto The one firm prediction In all
threat Greek Cypriots threat. three capitals Is that the Cyprus
on Cyprus. counter the Soviet
UN May Bring Cyprus PeaceBEIRUT have hailed Soviet support As one possible remedy for crisis will stay a long time.
tor their cause In the United Turkish fears of a Communist Sakarl Tuomloja, the Finn
Lebanon (AP-For "First of all, what Is neededIs Parliament has given Inonu Nations; they feel the West has takeover on the Island If there named by the U.N. to mediate,.
,
a tew days in March the eastern good will," sajs Turkey's pre. full power to act to protect Tur. supported the Turkish side. Privately were no Turkish presence there, faces one of postwar diplomacy's
Mediterranean moved very mier, Ismet Inonu. "That will klsh interests He has said an. high Greek authorities Greek officials hint that the toughest assignments.
close to a war nobody wanted. lead us toward a reasonable out. other full-scale battle on Cyprus
The fate of the area seemed to come." would Impel him to order Tur.
lie In the hands of I few hunt Is there a possible solution? klsh troops to Intervene In ac.
dred gunmen on Cyprus. At first glance Athens and cordance with the I960 treaty. In Port Royal
Turkey threatened to Inter Ankara and the Greek and Turk. But It Is known that Inonu
vene to protect the Turkish Cyp. Ish communities on Cyprus wants desperately not to be
riots In the Island's civil war. seem hopelessly far apart.In forced to a showdown. Lake Area
Greece, caught up In mass emo. Turkey the only surface In Athens, Papandreou has Lantern
tlon, was ready to land troopsto talk 'U nf physically separatingthe problems enough at home with.
{ defend the Greek C}prlots. Island's minority Turks from out heaping onto them a con.
One more all-out battle with the maJ rn)' "CTreeksToTormTa filet with Turkey lie hopes for V""i
high Turkish casualties almost federal state not necessarily peace no less than Inonu and
Inevitably would have set the contained In one solid area of his government has repeated
k war machine In motion. the Island.In If privately warned the Greek
The peril, as seen In Ankara, Athens the talk Is only of Cypriot president, Archbishop
4 Athens and Mcosta, Is b>' no "self determination," meaning Makarlos, to restrain his forces.
means ended. One fateful shot a majority rule by Greek Cyprl. But no Creek government court
could start a battle leading to ots In a unitary state and an
a massacre. Turkey, alreadyout end to the complicated 1960
on a \limb, would have to treaties permitting Interventionby "f. Lr"L
k6'L move. Greece, Turkey and Britain.
But a reporter who visits all Turkish leaders declare that
three capitals learns that be. the bloodshed shows Greeks and :
neath the threats and angry Turks cannot live together Topics
words, both Greece and Turkey there. Greek officials say that }
I F E I IN LAS V E GAS Hden Koetl', Brush
hope they will not be forced to the two communities did live to.
dancer appearing in' Foli. Btrgtrt at a hotel in Li* will
until
gether they artificial.
Intervene. They hope they were
Vtgai, Ntv. vtnturtt to pooled to ticipi the desert hut be saved by the United Nations ly inflamed TEETHING: A TRYING
TIME
force which alms to restore Underneath these seeminglyfar
t Ad0 peace to Cyprus. Then they can, apart attitudes, a broad the Teething teeth or the the cutting, li.v of
through
I [ Read the Want I they say, get on toward a solu. base of moderation In both cap. 1 been held responsible Rums for many

.. ..lion__ Itals gives diplomats some ailment The natural teething
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mler George Papandreou are coughs, (fevers and convulsions,, ..
experienced hands smart Teething is seldom to blame for ..,.
r JJ1cJ\fc l olg dirt GalerNt enough to see the disaster their any of these ailment. Although : .w'I.
countries would face In a war. *>o in e 11 I 1m e 1 uncomfortable. ,
like showdown. teething doe not cause undue ,.. ;... t" .
trouble .:. ..o.tr .. '
At 80 Inonu Is deaf and de. ." .. .
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first known 11'"J..
Pabyn teeth a "
frail He Is
ceptlvely appearing. A''i
PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS known with reason as "the old deciduous teeth, usually appear !'I, : i..:
between the sixth and eighth

I Original paiitiigs by recognized artist fox.Papandreou" at 76 shakes healthy month of children life, however do' hate II n)' This lovely home on a big ((150'I x 200') secluded lot in Port Royal offersa

hands muscularly. He Is de. their I first teeth until 1 1Ih; tenth spacious living room dining room combination with two big bedroomsand
:: c..W scribed by his admirers In or twelfth month No one
ii i nearly the same terms the \knows just whit determine the two baths. Heating and air conditioning. Large storage! closets and large
Turks use for Inonu. "He Is the time for appearance of baby screened porch. Beautifully landscaped Port Royal Beach Club membership
teeth Ordinarily, when they do
1,1llJtl11 most clever man In Greece," included.
not appear by the eighth or
they say. ninth month a suspicion of

t 1:i"E Frames Individually Designed that Both are men In some lead ways governments unwlll. Actually wrong feeding, the teeth presents ire already itself Price Reduced to Only $35,000Shown

bog captives of the Cyprus crisis formed in the jaw when the
1. leech Shopping Area and Its emotion. Neither can af. baby in born

f ;:i., :' .4 JUllll :rtit% f. li:' :" ,' ford to show''weakness." teeth Often on the the gums pressure causes of din-the By Appointmentfitefe.6

Comfort The appetite and
digestion nosy become upset
and the baby may sleep poorly
A teething ring or a hard crust
of bread to bite on may afford Auociqtei
some relief to ore KUIIIH
Mother often rub the gum Edna M Burglund
qoe'l'eCJ11.Ol'e !gently to aid the teeth in coming WOODWARD Humbert B. Powell, Jr.
through In extreme in-
Robert C Schw*kert
stances, the Rum have to he
lanced. Barbara B. Wolfe
To hate good teeth, infant Oscar F. Yanton
must have good and\ proper _
diet Milk, eggs, cod liver oil, wrtl.
fruit, vegetable and fish in
proper balance, will help make
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Piyi To Advertise RUBBER STAMPS FOR PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICE $1.1 Million Sunday April 5, 1.14 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11 B


*- PUBLIC NOTICEIN --- _- R efc Rf N'iCE,STER OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO Judgment Cut to drop plans to appeal the blown off the roof of one of the

Drive! Carefully And Liv* THE CIVIL COUNT Of MCCOttO' I NOT".I" IS HEREBY GIVEN that verdict. Barrlclnl stores In Manbattan i

| THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE 1 DADE Cite COUNTY No SJ04S FLORIDA tow the ..'idertgned name .,.Iul.. pursuant.. will re la|.tttrin. Fie. To $630,000MINEOLA The W30.000 settlement was on June 28, 1958. His skull was

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PUBLIC NOTICE JUDGMENT ENTERED with Clerk of Circuit Court of approved Wednesday by State fractured and his spinal "cord
AND FOR FLORIDACOUNTY I 20 January IH1 Celbu. County upon receipt of proof N.Y. (AP) The Supreme Court Justice Joseph was torn.
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IISCAVNE FINANCE el pEn hi cat'on of thu ad. the follow record $1.1 million warded to Suotti
IN CHANCERY TWELFTH JUDICIAL CORPORATION InR I ri't.out namY who presided at the trialof
CIRCUIT
Caw No. 2021 AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY IN PlaintiffLEONARD CENTRAL ELECTRIC COMPANY IJ.yeirold Mirtln Ercas tor Injuries the suit lut September.
CATHERINE O WRIGHH, FLORIDAIN v.. ,'(.d ,in ElKtoc Contractini that left him permanent. The $1.1.million DENVER AP) .. Two polled
CHANCERY R' IROWN bue"",' Immoh.Iee' Florida verdict was
a.WILLIAM CASE NO 2027 PUBLIC NOTICE Defendant {ode' Owner ly paralYzed from the waist the total amount asked In the men parked their radiI cruisa \.at

pWRla I4. LEAMON E. ROGERS and NOTICE OP SHERIFF SALE H".ir v Sale down has been reduced to suit flied by the father to inveatifate a burglary
ANN P ROGERS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HERESY' GIVEN THAT 1'nmokaiee. Florida settle. boy's reportat
NOTICE 0' 'UITTO husband and wife, ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS th. undersigned, at Sheriff of Collier HUNTER V SAG $630,000 In anout-of-court Jack ErgM, a cotton broker, of an apartment house They left
WILLIAM ARTHUR WRIQHT Plaintiff. EAST NAPLES WATER LINES County. Florid. under end by. Ma I' i} n Apr t. ItM m ment. Cedarhurst N. Y. their wooden billy dub the
191 Galloping' Hill I Road v. Staled Proposals will be received Virtue oa Writ of Elocution Itud Darrlclnl Co. and in
The Candy
Roaalle Park' New Jertey JOHN McCAULEY and h,. "f. al the office of the City Manager, In above styled teute the lth NOTICE 'INTENTION TO Martin was struck by a heavy car. When they sot back he \ I I..hi
You are h..b, notified that wit ETHEL A. McCAULEY and City, of Neple Florid. at the City day, of February I 1t64. has levied RFGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME It* insurance company freed sheet metal and wood sign had disappeared
M6 been filed I again you yyii H LEWIS CHAMBERLAIN Hill 735 Eighth, Street South for upon and will' offer for tale. andsell. The u.ndtr* ".* doti hereby air
lAM ARTHUR VVRIGHT. 'In th..loon. a widower, Ihs furmahini of all labor. melerial ubict to contending lion. IiJ. ,1.. *. .r. conducting a retail.
entitled cauao and Defendants 1.. equipment. and services for mortgages and/or ether oncum ".1',. and "rvlee buameai ,t
hereby required to II,.,.. youPI.in, NOTICE TO DEFEND Centtruction of Water Mains for brencet. if mv to the hi neel bid lmn'nkalea Florida under. the fie PRICED
tiff'a attorney whoao n.m. and addrttt TO: JOHN McCAULEY and hil East Nepl. Area. until 10 00 AM. lr for *>th .t the Sheriff Depart' i. name ef ""*EO .": and that TO SELL
appear hewn, your writtengefent wile, ETHEL A McCAULEY E.ittrn standard Time' APRIL ISHM "lent Door (main. entrence to the aid, him n compoied of the fob
*' t/ any, to the 'bill of complain e/o Ohio Hotel Wootler Ohio,' al which lime and place folder County Courthou In (East) low 1 ,*rtontC whose names and + .
? In said tell a copy of which and H. LEWIS CHAMBER all bids received, will be publicly Naples Florida on the 15th day of plan in 01 resdencn era II 'ollow": r tr;''..JtWA.I''t" ,
n delivered to you herawlth on LAIN. a widower. (771 Es.ry, opened and read aloud April BIN M I:00 .> M. the following FRED: H EDENFIELD ? 9i \ "r
b.tor* April 17. I9M 8H.ron Boulevard Fort Myer Beach, Any bide received efter lima and d*.enbd property lo wit: 'ndtlt, Subdivision.
fall not or a Decree Pro Florida data pecified will not be con. Loll 3*. 37o and 44 Block II Immokdee. Florida'
will b. You dered' of Naplat Park Subdivision Unit MAE W EDENFIELD.
Con'"'' ontered are hireoy notified that
aaiinat,1x1 I
for the relief prayed for in the Complaint for Mortgage Forecloiuri Th. work. .In |enerl, consist of Number I. according to the Plat Gi.nd.lt' Subdivision j
bill of complaint The nature of the h>a been f,,led agamtt you in thi the following thereof recordedn Plat look It I m mok gflt. Florida .
I Furrow end I Instill approximately Ptee IM ethe Public Records OWNERSHIP' OF FRIO'I
Mill herein filed la a divorce proc..dInca. Circuit Court of Collier County, II II
Ma. In Chancery wherein ly 1500 Im ft of V nut iron of Collier' County. Florida. toIl ...
Wltneaa my hand and teal of said E ROGERS and ANN P ROGERS nd/or aibeito cement pipe;: lot 7. and 44 Block 20 at Naples FRED H. EDENFIELD 10%
Court at Naplea Florida. thu |Itlh h"iband and wife. are Plamtifli ; Furnish and I Install .PDre.lmat. Park Subdivision. Unit I. accord, MAE W EOENFIELD (0% 1
day of March' ItMMARGARET. find you are Defendenta; and you ly S300 Im ft. of / east Iron In* tn th* Plat thereof recorded in It it our /Intention to apply to the
T SCOTT 're required to terve a copy olo and/or aibetto cement pipe;. Piet. Book I. at Pee 107. of the '.r* D' the Circuit Court (n and
Clerk of Court 'r Antwer or Pleading to thi 1, Valve fittings. and eppurtenance Public Record of Collier County'. for Collier County, Florida I to net.t; 1t
(CLERKS$ SEAL) PHI of Complaint' for Mortgage Forerloture *. Florida ter the said name, o"FRED S"
By INEZ MAGILL upon trio Plaintiffs Attorney Each bid mutt b* accompanied by Dated this" Jrd day of March A D.. under the provisions of Ch.pt.r
Fmmet B. Anderson 1410/ Dean a certified check. caahier check. 1964. JO iJ, Law of Florida, Acti of I 1141 t
AUKS and EMERSON -I..... Fort Myera. Florida and or bid bond In amount not lea than E A DOUG HINDRV Wln., .. their hands Ohio *"" day
asl Fifth Avenue South fie the original Answer or Plead five' per cent (''%''I of the bat bid, Sheriff 0' Collier County. Of M.rch, 1964
Neplae.' Florid "t In the office of the Clerk ol'i II |urnte that th* bidder willnot Florida FRED H, EDENFIELD
I/ John W. Emaraon he Circuit Court of Collier. County.. withdraw from the compel lion Mar IS U. M Apr I. IM4 ISO MAE W tDENFIELD
Attorney for Plaintiff Florida on or before the 23rd day afttr the opening ol tha bids and, .-. --- Mar II It Apr, I. |J. I9M #?|
\ Mar 22. n Apr. I. U' IM4 a to "f April, 1964 It you tall to do ao. ten if awarded(10) conucutive the Contract clndr will, within day -- -- .... .. .... .
Decree Pro '-
Confetao
will b.
taken
NOTICE OF RESOLUTION ngointt you for the .lief d.nn.nd.dn afttr written nonce be given olucd ; ', ; .. .. .
award. enter Into a writtencontract '
:
IMPLEMENTING the ComplaintDONE with the City of Neple. NAPLES ,
SECTION J t AND ORDERED In Naples, FLY "';II. ;
( ) (151) Florid. In accordance with the i :: \.J. i3
1 i OF THE COUNTY CODE Collier County Florida on the 19th accepted Propotel Should th* aucctaiful I" """ I
day of Much, 1964
TO WHOMT MAY CONCERN: Bidder fad to enter Into a '- MIAMI
You will pl.... take notice that the MARGARET T. SCOTT contract the bid bond shelf b. for. ;;:
following reaolutlon his been Clerk of the Circuit Court This beautiful home I li
adopt fend it liquidated' dam. located
Ml by the Board of County Com Collier County, Florida The Bid Band and Perfoiitemed :':" .nee st 580 16th Ave., So., In gorgeouS setting. 1
niitiionera of/ Collier County Florid (CLERKS SEAL Bond Shall b. Iron any btl.mely well planted and
.. and that a public hearing will By INEZ MAGILL DC R ant of a insurance com New Year Round Daily Schedule I.nduped this home hu two large bedrooms
b* -.Id.thireon_on... April 14. 1964 *t Mar. 22 2>. Apr. I. 12 1964 #77 pony which shall Kane an eitabliihedol with a den for extra sleeping Two tiled
1010: O'C'OCI. AM at the Court. yfact' buinu In the State of To Miami space baths, large living room
h.... County Commlulonert meeting RESOLUTION Florida. and be duly licenaed to Naplei and separate dining room and I bullt.ln
room, Eat Naples, Florida: ESTABLISHING POLLING PLACE conduct buainea thrm kitchen. Sliding glass doors from
NOTICE OF RESOLUTION WHEREAS certain uncorlaintia. All work hll b* don In iccordanca 7:45 AM. 11,30 AM. 3.45 PM. living room and dining room
IMPLEMENTING have arisen concerning the locationof I with the Plant and Spacilicaliana open up on spacious screened porch which
SECTION 1 (21bl( ) the 'polling' I.coa 'In various pre: which may ba examined at Miami To' Naples give a wonderful 1 view of the deep
OF THE COUNTY CODE oinetan Collier County. Florida, the office of the City MenagerNtplet water canal', see wall sand bat llip.
WHEREAS pursuant to the term and Florida. or at the ollice of 900 AM 2 15 P.M. This home prlcaxf .t only $27,500
WHEREAS the Board of County ; : 5:00 P.M. completely turnip.
ot Section 1 (2) (k) of en Act of the Engineer. Bleck. Crow end Eidantal
the Leglalature of the Slate of Floes Commissioners era desirous of elimInetlng Inc. 700 S E. Third Street .
Kta known nth. Collier County / lId uncertamtiea and make Gainesville, Florid., or 594 Ninth Connrrtion and Krurrvationi to point In the
Cod Act and being Houie Bill, 1941 held '"THEREFORE' fo ., Slrtet South Naples. Florida any world
of the 1963 Leglalature. the Board NOW pursuant 10 A *et of such document may be
the power and authority vested I In obtained from NAPLES AIRLINESNaples D.
of County Commiatlonert of Collier the Engn.ar at the 83 C. JONESREALTOR'
Florida Statute
County la authorlied and empowered this board under above addreitea upon depotit of

to Inatltute and a facllltlea county and...cre."on.1nroer.m to do all the 10171(2)following( ,BE polling IT RESOLVED places b. that end lit Fifteen This Dollar depoait ISIS rtpretenta 00) for reproduction each' Airport Conrourae 3 Miami! AirportMI

thing* nee...." In connection therewh they hereby are declared to be the com andS nonrelundible I' 2-3454 NE 44811 !
In preervatton ol the health polling placesn and, for the pre Mo Bidder may '' bid Fifth Ave. So.
ASSOCIATES
Minty. welter end convenience of clncts set opposite. to wit: for a period othirty"i30r"d i City Ticket office Naplea' Travel Agency 4 Comer PV j 1.311

the Inhabitint of told county. upon Precinct Everglades No. EVERGLADES City Hall : alter the dele lit for the openmrol Irene Rol.rv4 .fr:..*....l ID. _."' 1u .
compliance wllh Part III of lId bide -.- "" .. ", ..,
CourthowaPrecinct
Old
Act ..ndWHIRAI. ( Propoial shall be submitted In I
Part III of No. 2-ISLES OF CAPRI: Iriphcete on the Proposal form fun
said Act
.. .
L. L. Loach Of .c.Prclnct
provide the procedure whereby said GOODLAND. nithed ea a part ol th* SpacifiCatUna I
authority may be activated and ,im No. and addreeaed to the CiMinager
ShellanPrecinct
Our Lu
'l City Hell Naples. Florid
1.HERFORE. No MARCO: The of Florida. .
NOW BET RE. City N.pl. re
SOLVED by the Board of County GAG Mercantile aervea the right to reject any and MOST
rommiailonert of Collier County. Precinct No.FUehou.sPrecinct II-NAPLEI. SOUTHNeple : all bide, to waive Informalities. tonidvertiee rFTHE -
Florida. that Section I (2) (k) of *No. NAPLES. end to award the Contact .
In Ha bail Intereat
the aforeaald Act be and the same CENTRAL Methodist Church
hereby la activated and Implement Precinct No. 7-CHOKOLOSKEESmellwood THE CITY OF NAPLES
ad and that a public heerlng beheld Store Naples. Florid
after publication of notice there Precinct No. COPELAND s : By V. P Wood Jr.
ol by orlntlng Once a week for Lee Cypreit Office City Manager
three (3) coniecutlv wk In a OCMOPEEMra ATTEST:
Proclnctl0. 9- :
niwtptper of general circulation, El*,a Lehman
Raymond Call s Front Porch
i nubliahed In Collier County the City Clerk
Precinct No. Io-NAPLEI. NORTH: April 2. S. 1964 A1]
tint publication being mede not Church of Chrlo'Precinct
lout than twenty (ZO) days and not No. IMMOKALEE.. MICHIGAN HOME
. more than thirty (30) day prior to NORTH: Office of Juistic ofPrecincfNo NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSADVERTISEMENT
the time lit for said hearing FOR BIOS
. Section. 1 (2) (k) of bad Act pro. 12-EAST NAPLES NORTH NAPLES WATER LINE
' vide will ba ee.v.d,
SOUTH: Amerlcen Legion Hell Staled Proposals
RECREATIONAL FACILITIESShall Precinct/ No. 13-NORTH NAPLES: at the office, of the City Mental..
Include perka. playground. North Nipl.s Flrehouee City of Naples. Florida. at th. City
bithlng beichea. athletic field, Precinct No. 14-EAST NAPLES Hill 735 Eighth Street South for
boethouiea. Swimming pools, golf NORTH: East Naple I.plillChuch the furniahlng ef all labor, mterl'
tour*... udltorlum. community al*. equipment end aervlcea for "'
renter. aquarium. oceenerlum. Precinct No. NAPLES PARK: Contraction of Water Trentmittio ,
....rln. |boratorlaa. mueum. ale. Fiber Heirs Office Mains for North NapleAm. unlll "
dlunt. yacht basins, boat remp. Precinct No. IMMOKALEE.. 10 00 A M.. Extern Standard Tim. ,'Ii'
deck. pir and other facilities SOUTH: Old Collier Company APRIL IS. ISM at which time and
If a almllir kind which are of Ottie lace all bids received will ba pub. .
a permanent and continuing n,. BE IT. FURTHER RESOLVED licly opened and raid aloud w oV .. ) Ac
lure" thM nolle of this resolution b* pub. Any bide received after time and yrs. .....' = ...
Service to b* provided thereun lith.d not more then thirty (30) dttt apacifled, will not ba CO". i Jtft' .
.far consist I of a compl.!* ..cr... days or not lets then twenty (20) aideredThe I
".n.' program and facllltlea. to b. days In two Ittuee oa newspaper work In general Consists 0'
financed by ed valorem !..... of generel clrculitlon published In the following: 4\a #
Don thie loth day, of March 1964 Collier County Florida. prior to I. Furnish and Install approxlmet
BOARD OF May I. 1964 ly 7600 Im ft. of 12" caat Ion F .2 ) <
"
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BOARD OF' and/or asbestos cement pipe; -'
OF COLLIER COUNTY. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS t. Furnl.h and Install epproxlmtt.
FLORIDA (SEAL) I ly 1500 Im ft. of S" Cast Ion :
I? DEWEY POLLY BY: DEWEY POLLY and/or atbaatoa cement pipe;
(SEAL) Chairman I. Furnith and Install epproxlmtt
ATTEST: ATTEST: I ly 10.000 lln ft of 6" Cast Ion
MARGARET T. SCOTT MARGARET T. SCOTT and/or asbestos cement pipe;
Clerk of Court Clerk I. Furnish and install appronlmat. 7f
Mer 22. 2*. Apr I. 1964 #11 Apr I. 12 1964 #59Tbsre's I ly J.300 Im It of 4" cat? Iron
nor atbettoe cement_ pipe.;
t. VIIV". "'tin... ens .ppunn'
once.. LrLl11
Each bid mutt be .ccomp.nled by
a certified check cathlar check
Nothing Lift It In Naples or bid bond In amount of not lest than
live per cent (5%) of the bits bit.
guarentee that the bidder will
I" withdraw from the compactionafter
the opening of the bide and
awarded the Contract will, within
Green ten (101) conaecutlva calendar day EDROOM
Village after written notice ba given o'
such .w..d. enter Into a .roll.n II' 114'4'The
contact with' the City 0' Naples.
Florida In accordance with thaccepted Oxford ..
Propotel: :0 1.hrnlU '

"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A ceotful contract Bidder the bid fad bond i shall ba for a I. r
DR-i;
faitd it liquidated en.Th. ; Nair
Bid Bond ndcI. P., ,:,... SCREENED PORCH
New Community of Cooperative Bond shall be oblain.drum en Q"1.12'
agency of a aurety or Inaurance com 12'117.I. : .J

Garden Apartments for Adults party which of butmett shell have In an the otttblitrioiplact Stan' o' THE MOST I. .. J.

Florid. and b. duly licenud to I" r- ))11O'1O"'lr&"
BTIUTYEOOR
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 conduct business therein
All work shall b* don. in accordance n-II5'IO-
with the Plant and Specifica. 4 DINING UU FAMILY ROOM I l

lion which may, be exemmed .t .... '- -
the office, 01 the City Meyer. 4-L Irllr.&KITCHEN
Neple. Florida, or at the oil,ce* o' HOUSEVALUE: : : : 27Jt t."i'
the Engineer. Black. Crow and E,da. ,
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE RED- note. Inc 700 S. E. Third StreetQeinetville t, GARAGE
Florid. or 594 Ninth I UJ i/I
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM Strtt South Naples Florida. AREA ; I'2Q'X 20'UVIHG
A set of such document may be ', 23.- 19'-
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. obtained from th. Engineer .t the If.I23'ISf 311 .
above iddreate upon depoait of PI'
ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET Twontv, Dollar SlO cot lor each L -0.
tet This dpoit .*'.**.nl. rpre DEN
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. duction cools end I* nonrcfundabl. :
No Bidder may withdrew his bid J.!:= -1 112'X I2'g ,
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. for a period of thirty (30) dly I
aNn the dele set for the openingof '
bldaPropoaala' .
In .f15lrr d_ 1
11Proposal 1
triplicate, on the form fur -.J
nitntd et I pert of the Specific ,
ld ?ItttIue ,4QQoaaee4 Loot, and addressed to the City BATHS
M in.er. City Hell Neplea. Florida Thorough experience, day to day working knowledge 4 BEDROOMS

The City of Neplet. Florida. retervee and of
R..ItorsSALES the right to runt any and of construction conditions prices plus comments Double Garage
Powder Room .
all bids. to waive Informeiitiee. t* '
re dverti*.. end to award the Con customers and trade specialists !point up the truth of .
REPRESENTATIVES tree In itt bent lntret invite for Screened Porch
We to
THE CITY OF NAPLES this statement you judge yourself

305 5th Ave., South MI 2.2124 By Naple, V. P Florlde Wood Jr. because value is a relative matter In producing quality 3O18 eq. ft.

ATTESTC"y Manager homes at a fair price we have the advantage of sub-

OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER City!I.i. Clerk Lehman stantial volume in purchasing, the benefit. of our own $21 25 0 .

April 1. I. 1M4 tnmm radio-controlled crews with long service and interest I 'hr .

in quality work, our quality control system and a hard- ON YOUR LOT I

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without sacrifice to efficiency and convenience. The 70 feet of
0 Two telephone outlets plus two TV out- livable e Fireproof construction.
lets In each terrace/balcony offers an incomparable setting as you
apartment survey this vista of sun, sea and land. 0 Separate lobby with locked individual mail-
Double sliding glass doors on all balcony boxes.
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