The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075047
oclc - 34296134
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Preceded by: Collier County news
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High Sunday in the upper 80*. Fait t r t\UJ Apr 21 9.41: 8i50 2:33 109

to southeast wind 10 to 20 miles ""oilier Apr 22 10.11: 9iS: 8:31: 4.02:

an hour diminishing at night Apr. U 10:38 10:50: 4:15 4-42

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SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 19U 20 Pagel 10 CENTS 40TH YEAR-NUMBER 18$ Add one hour for Marco

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Building ActiveModel : :: :; Negroes Plan Auto-Stall

Homes 11T 'c: 'L' / '

Going Up In Vast Tie-Up

Golden GateC r *

\ in the City of
Naple picked up considerablyIn Threatens Fair
the week Just ended, as Build.
In; Official Bert Flnkston signed
19 permits with a total value of
In the county, Cult American By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS an Investigation of what he by Dick Gregory: Chicago Negro

Land C"rp, took out permitsfor A civil rights group has an. called police brutality, comedian, demonstrated in
six model homes to be builtat nounced that a plan to tie up In Washington, a group of Negro > front of the school board office.In
Golden Gale Estates,and these xat the opening of the New York leaders Issued a statement Cleveland, Harold B. Williams
permits highlighted a $79,676 World's Fair Wednesday withan denouncing the "stalUn" as an coordinator of the Unit.
county building week. automobile "stall-In" will be act that could harm thousandsand ed Freedom Movement, said a
The last two buildings in the carried out unless Negro demands would not serve the broad team of doctor would sign ex.
Cove Congress Inn complex will are met. interests of Negroes.The cures if necessary for pupil
be a store building, containing Marshall C. England, chair proposal to block the fair who take part In a school boy.
2,418 square feet, and an aud. man of the Manhattan chapterof opening was called Irresponsl.ble cott scheduled there Monday
itorlum with 4,549 square feet. the Congress of Racial by Jackie Robinson, Negro Civil Rights leaders in San
E.H Marhuefer Jr, Co. took Equality, said the demonstra- baseball star and a leader in Francisco planned a demonstra.
out a $60,300 permit to cover tlon would emphasize Negro demands the civil rights movement. Rob. tion In the city's auto sales dls.trlct. .
construction of these two build. for better housing, inson sent a telegram from De. But they announced an
Ings.Owner is Edward PJScho.enthaler schools, job opportunities and trolt to floor managers of the agreement had been reached
civil rights bill in Congress, with one dealer whose show.
stating that such action might room was crowded with demonstrator
Already built are the big land.
and.sea Collier County spark a white counter revolu. last week The dealer
motel structure and the
lion said he would his show.
remodeled Old Cove restaurant.The Schools Closed open
In New York's Harlem district room and shop to train Negroes
permit for the "Island Bar"was
about 79 residents In sale and mechanics.Fleischmann .
taken out a few months ago, Thursday, Friday
gaged in a battle
pitched with
but construction has not begun
on that All told, the Cove Con. .i Collier County Schools will be !1 police after officers tried! to arrest Park
of : two teenagers who were
ffreis Inn buildings will add near. closed Thursday and Friday
lJ] a million dollars to the tax this week in order that teachers I accused of overturning a fruitpeddler's Dedication Later
roll. may attend the annual convention cart. Four patrolmenand
of the Florida Education Asso. a social worker were In. Residents and visitors are reminded .
NEW HOMKS elation, In Miami Boach. jured, none seriously that the FleischmannPark
Wiggs and Maale plan to builda i- ;: The convention gets under way A school boycott protesting al. dedication, originally cha.
$45,377 residence for DavidD. l IM IMP Thursday at the Miami Beach :leged segregation in Gary, Ind., doled for today, has been post.
Irwin at 3440 Rum Row. Ho. w i Convention Hall, although the 1 brought differing reports on ab. piMied.
mill Homes plans to build a $37 1 board of director of the asso. sentee pupils. School Supt. LeeR. It probably will be later In the
000 residence for P : clatlon of which Mrs Valera' Gilbert said about 18,000 boy. spring, and on a different piece
den at 441 Mooring Darker of Naples Is t member'rotted classroom In the one. of ground. Julius Fleischmann,
Riitenberg meets Wednesday night 'lay demonstration. Spokesmen after whom the park will benam.ed .
took out three Headquarters of the conven. :I For the Civil Rights CoordlnaU has offered to swap two
They, are for J.L. tlon Is the dl Lido Hotel in MI. :Ing Committee said at least 19,* block of land he owns just northof
18th Avenue South, $ ;; ami Beach. Final session of the I 000 of the 47,37S pupils enrolled Lake Park School for the one
O'Neill, COO Sixth convention will be held Friday 'turned out for a series of 30"freedom block of land east of the water
$IGOOO; and Arthur morning. schools." Pickets, led plantCounty's
K' 20th Avenue .
Wiggs and Maale
000 worth of *
the home
ditlons ti(
Dial, 2COO Gordon
Schreck will make $ ..
terations for J.F. Registered Vote
a Fli vt Street South.. : 5. ..,....,. .. .-,
Among :
4 ,
mil processed FfttCINCT' White Ncr White N.|r* ,In4.. i.dLMrm.' TOTAL
hcusi.sbj Marathon De.... Do.... Np *.p. pn".nt hcltfir
flVu: sprinkling 1-Evergladei 210 24 9 0 0 0 123 243 "

man va. 2-llei of Capri 19 0 7 0 0 0 26 26 A

GOLDEN 3-Goodland _.____ 88 0 8 0 0 0 7J 96

Estimated consl ( ) 4-Marco __ 66 0 4 0 0 0 45 70
of the six Golden
homes are $11,440, 5-Naplei ___ 634 0 392 0 6 0 838 1032

832, $8,600, $8,584, 6-Naplei __ 586 96 315 6 7 0 763 1010

The away! will from be the a disorder:1 7-Chokoloskee __ 63 0 2 0 0 0.- 38 65

Gate Is building al 8-Copeland __ 64 67 0 1 0 3 19 135

808 In what Is 9-Ochopee __ 71 2 3 0 1 0 47 77
the l Ity of Golden
Rutenberg is \ premier Rusk's, 10-Naples _________ 548 0 287 0 6 0 I. 715 841

'04 house for Rev. ) from 11-lmmokalee __1028 8 20 0 0 0 552 1056
Cullurn at 780 Sea
: high. 12-E. Naples __., 446 0 76 0 9 0 417 531
Hem and Blbee will
700 dwelling for i large hi'll. 13-N.. Naples ______ 447 0 143 0 2 0 507 592

ver in Myrtle 14-E. Naples __ 583 0 120 0 2 0 579 705
odist church will
$4,000 just north of boon 15-Naples Park __ 278 0 125 0 6 0 368 409

house. Bernardino .l more 16-lmmokalee __ 307 268 21 17 0 2 243 615
building; a $2,400 Cong TOTALS ___5438 465 1532 24 39 5 5351 7503
m..kalee. worst

field, Total Democrats, 5908; Republicans, 1556.

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t"t t
PARIS (Af) theater .,
Charles de Gaulle, .; .'4
went prostate ," said
was officially '* .
satisfactory condition bus
communique said he grenade t
eral steps In his ,
the bus, rlr
De Gaulle was : ) crowd
for a prostate gland of Saigon.Rusk' t
April 13 89 62 0.00 $
car was about three
\pril 11 90 63 0.00 mile away when the blast oc.
\pril II 87 b6 0.00 curred. Told of the bombing,
A .\prll 16 Kit 6} 0.00 the State; Department chief con.
r .\pril 17 87 61 0.00 tlnued on his way to call on For.
Oo'a uppli,>4 by Cir,bbttn aarde"_ sign I Minister Phan Huj Quat.

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1 Barry Predicts Victory,

If He Wins California g r' iiI :

WASHINGTON: .AP) sen. Democrat Sargent Striver,
Barr:. GoldwaterpredlrtedSatur. Peace Corps director ardon..
day he will win the Republican sldered to be among President rr1 ; !
presidential nomination on the Johnson's possible choices for
first or se ond ballot if he cap. his vice presidential runuig f7.
tures California's primary and mate, addressed Saturday's on. i a
picks up the delegate he ex. ventionlo>lng banquet
pert from the June stat. -on.
The delegate went to the
White House for s reception Friday
told the American
night and Johnson t M themhe
So"tety' of Newspaper Editor,
wants his .dmlnlstr tttor to
"11 stems that I can fount on
f't "Ignite a fire in the breast of
435 In the
more than delegates"
this land" and to Improve the
National Convennlion
,1 Republican lot of all humanity.The .
a In Juh. This 1 Is 'the most
1 1,. 1 onservative count," he said. President also plugged
"At any rate, I feel that the hard for his priority legislationcivil
published reports of m, being right, the antipoverty
out of the race are a bit pre. program, health care for the
__ _. .. .. ___ v-r-..... mature," the Arizonan said In elderly, a federal pay raise bill
BEATERS Mrs. Hoziei Collier County his speech for ASNE's annual and Immigration legislation
QUOTA Margaret president. of the -

TB Association, shown right, congratulates Mis, Eh'a Griffis and Chuck meeting.Three other Republican claimed Goldwater delegate said"should his be 435 at __. __._ __ ___n __._ __ ______ __ _

Copley for their work in helping Collier County achieve! t 16'- of its Chi'mi- prominent in the GOP' pres. least four time the number BARBARA EASTERLY, a senior at Naples high School, is the fourth en.

mas Seal Campaign Mrs. Griffis, chairman of the 1961 a campaign, is the Identlal nominating picture pledged to any other findl. trant in the Ja)'cee-ponsored "Miss Naples" contest. For the past
proud possessor of one of the Golden Key Awards awarded b) the National spoke at the day session to the date." year
TB Association for local associations that mad their quotas. Arordintr 500 editor*-evowed nonraiidl. The tally of delegate Chosenso Barbara hitS been president of the NITS student council. The "Miss Naples .

to the latest results of the 1961 Campaign Collier/ Counf.a one date Richard M. Mxon and far shows 138 pledged, In. : pageant will IK held April 26, with cash awards going to the top

of the top five counties in the state in going "over th. top" In thu \'..ar's GOT Ian, and George candidate Rnmnej Sen.of Mk Uargaret hi.> structed water on, the or favorable first ballot to n Gold.re. three l' mnm Entries; for the contest close Monday. contest oficUU

Clir-stmas: Seal endeavor (NEWS photo) Chase Smith of Maine. quires .33 for nomli.atlon. haj announced (NEWS photo)

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 19. 1961 Company. Is already occupying NEW MEMBERS and Mrs. Mills attend this local
P his office, with secretary June There ire four new members chapter'durlng their wlnrerstay
News Kraus helping him get every- of the Beta Club, which in southwest Florida. Mrs. O.
Princeton Finds Student l Everglades thing sorted out and in order, brings the total membershipto : lies was appointed grand inStructor 1 1I
; The other two businesses will nine. Marie Weeks and Virginia of District #16. She ACCOUNTANTGraduate i
I p\) Juana\ : Weldon move in as soon as possible. Ann Rindy were reInstated will be attending meetings" of
-, Catherine Tye has been enjoying and Mike Brown and all chapters in the district _. I Accountant, twoor

Was Too Good To Be Real Mr and Mrs. Cecil Drake Goff; secretary.CatherlneTye, the company of her sinters Betty Ann Byrd were admitted which includes Arcadia, Fort more yean experience. t

announce the marriage of their and treasurer, Mrs. Helen for the past several weeks. as new members. Myers Punta Gorda Immoka- Prefer experienced con.

PRINCETON N.J. (AP) from the whimsical creators olOnot. daughter, LlndaGall.to Lemuel Langford. Mrs. Evans and her husband, Geroge and Sonya Tomlinson lee. Lehigh Acres, Naples and truction but not manda
Red-faced Princeton University Press Club members Ivan Smith Jr., son of Mr. The program was a concert of Daytona Beach, have Just) of Miami were Sunday guestsof Everglades.There tor). Position in Naples j'
officials have admitted a rem promised to keep secret the and Mrs Lemuel Ivan Smith presented. I by:> the combined local returned home after a week's Hllburn and Billle Smith. will be NO SCHOOLon rea.
ark able student who meet all names of Oznot'i creators. Sr., of Ewrg lades. and Immokalee bands. The two Visit. Vivian Landrum andhus- They all enjoyed a trip to the Thursday and Friday, the I
the qualification but one he Late Friday, the hoaxers The wedding ceremony was bands were seated on the stage band John of Harrodsburg Ky. headwaters of Half.Way Creek. 23rd and 24th. The teachers Reply to J. O. Webb
doesn't exist lour Princeton sophomores and performed In the Drake home on and music was under the direction who are presently stay Ing in Naples Week before lastthree members will be attending the annual Gulf American Land Cor

"An" Ingenious, well planned and two students State from universities Columbls School Drive with Reverend of the two band instructorsBurdls come down often for fishing of Everglades Chapter convention of the Florida Educational poration, 7880 Beayne! I
Alden hoax, Dunham Admissions laid Director Friday after E owned up to their Identities Eric Weldon officiating. Gideon of the local trips in the 10,000 Islands. #215, O.ES enjoyed the annual Association at Miami Blvd., Miami 18, Fla.
school and Nathan Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Turnerof meeting of the Grand :
of Chapter
learning that Joseph David after Dunham had said the Guests were GNPs grandparents Crosby Beach. I
Oznot won't show up for fresh university planned, no disciplinary Mr. and Mrs. Smiley the Immokalee school.It Plnesvllle, Ky., are still of the State of Florida In =
man classes this September be. action. Williams of Fort Myers; Mr was very impressive to see enjoying their visit before their Jacksonville They met with
cause he was Just a student In. The hoax was batched last and Mrs. Sanford llllams and the red and white uniforms of return home members of the Cypress Chapter FOR FAIR
ventlon. October when, as one of them daughter Terry: Mrs.Joel \'II- the Immokalee school inter- On Tuesday the 21st,the first in Naples and continued on REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT
"W. would have loved to have put It; "We wanted to add an Hams and daughter Cindy of spersed with our own blue and graders will go on a field tripto to Jacksonville together. While ELECT j

him," said Dunham ruefully. air of levity to the normally Fort Myers: Mr. and Mrs. Le white. An estimated crowd of Big Cypress Bend Camp fora there, they met with George and CECIL E.
Dunham acknowledged that a sober atmosphere of college ad.
and 100 enjoyed familiar concert nature study. Betty Mills Connecticut. Mr.
muel Ivan Smith Sr.; Mr.
letter of acceptance had gone mission Wt decided that such
pieces. .II
Wednesday to Oznot, who had pranks as stealing the bell clapper Mrs. Freddy Williams and son DRAKECOUNTY
been described as a classicist: from !Nassau Hall had no Bryan: of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Gall Smith a recent gra
a concert pianist, treasurer of point to It because It is con. Bill Hughes and sons Butch duate of the Charron-Wllliams Jl.J.i/ .f..f .Service COMMISSIONER m
his high school class In East duned by the university." ;Ckeeter and Ricky; lions Business College, is now employed DISTRICT NO. I IDemocratic

Lansing Mich., and son of the They submitted a prellmlnar Patrick, Linda Sue Boggess and at the Webb Realty INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL 5 <.9G"
wealthy private detective, William application listing Oznot as a Juanita Weldon of Everglades. Branch office in Ochopee. Primary May

H. Oznot. student at East Lansing, Mich.., The couple Is now at homein Glen Earl McDuffle, grandson L Ph MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, Fl,. (Paid Political Ad)
Dunham and other officials High School. During the Christmas
the Smith house on Allen of Hilburn Smith Is now ,
learned of the university's loss vacation Columbia University
Avenue. making his homo in Evergladeswith
from the University Press Club, sophomore Charles A. his grandparents and is
which got the word straight I.ieppe 19, Freeport, N.Y., posing .
as O/not, went to Princeton SHRIMPERS MOVE attending the 10th grade classes
for an IlItprvlew.I Most of the local shrimp of Everglades High School. END OF
Two Princeton students, Ar fleet have begun their summer Monday, April 20th, Aubrey SEASONOut

!: I thur F. Uavldsen, 19, Free-port, move. Last week the Morris will attend a meeting .
N.Y., and Thomas R. Reed 111, "Ricky Marie," "Bill Elli of the Southern Association of
,,19, Dearborn, Mich., then took son", "The Bev", "The Pee Secondary Schools and Colleges
Oinot's college board examinations Skeet- In Fort Lauderdale. At
Wee', and the "Butch &
Davldsen, a protective that he will learn
er" left Everglades for Tarpon meeting more
astrophysics' major, took the of the suggestions made by Wilbur -
English and mathematics apttudo !. Springs They will later leave
portion In the morning, and that port for different Gulf Marshall, concerning the
Reid lock the afternoon porch ports. The captain of the "Butch accreditation of EvergladesHigh

of the test In Latin and English & Skeeter," Hubert Potter, had School. !
composition. to return home this past weekto
O/not ttavldsen! and Reid- recuperate from a case of NEW OFFICES OPEN
scored III the 700s out of a possible measles.Mr. Billle Smith, sales mana-

800. and Mrs. (Hank Bishop ger of the Everglades branch
HOLLAND The next problem was to retOznol' moved last week from Naplesto offices of Dewey Polly Real

SALLEYINC. high school marks on the Stuart Apartments. Mr. Estate, announces the new office
his application, which must be
is building has been open-
Bishop a self-employed commercial
filled in by secondary school
authorities familiar with the fisherman and Mrs. ed at Everglade Shores, two OO1OSN
9n1211OR9( ) student. Bishop Is employed by the Paul miles west of Ochopee. This
East Lansing High School of. Cookes. building, open seven days each
850 5th AVE S flcUIs didn't see this one, butIt Joyce I'eele of Miami was a week, houses Dewey Polly Real
NAPLES FLORIDAFurniture was filled out somehow weekend visitor of the Drakes Estate, Waterfront Development

The letter of acceptance to and newlywed Smiths. Joycewas Company War-Mil Inc., NEW BOATS
O/not, one of 1,105 mailed to Gall's roommate In the and E.R. Brownell branch of
candidates for Old 1 !Nassau, went Charron Williams Business face Ken Weimer, presidentof
to the address of a social fraternity the Waterfront
College last Development
Rugs, at Michigan State: University year.
Last during assemblyat
In East Lansing.
Gifts, Accessories the school the children from
,Xlli I hntliilt "is Ilk |,irpi"si i ll\ grades one through 12 had the Around
and Objets d'art in ,Ahiik i i ,mJ a nl. i n I I'..S.iMinsi opportunity of observing tn expert

not to be foundelsewhere. In'ttu.lutt,KIIMII nil! ,nl' plorutnm "- marksman demonstrate the 1963 Thunderbird 17'5"Cheyenne

-..... use of firearms. Senior Patrol
Inspector John P. West of the ih

U.S.minutes Border presenting Patrol spent different W Worla3X model with canvas top, side curtains,

Visit our furnished modal types of firearms and very ef- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS special upholstered single seats, two 12-gallon SALE

fectlvely showed how easily they NEW YORK (AP) Richard built-in fuel tanks.
apartments at Carriage
could be concealed. The child
M. Nixon, in a jocular mood at
Club, La Tour Rivage and LUFF CMC INC. ren were very much impressed a, meeting of the circus,, Saints ? Price $1495
YanVea'= Landing. ;? Trucks. Parts with the entire demonstraitloi and ..Sinners. Club, oU.re4Uo eg.

# A t -Service ',, but, especially, with :the.. roan President JoimsonjKgfbemake.up !, JI ,I'' "" ::' .
mJB'ERbfl: gun concealed in Mr. West's man who made!In, up $2045:
TEMPORARY mouth. Mr. West a veteranof Tor my debates." t
AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF LOCATION 24 with the Patrol The 1960 Republican preslden.
years ,
Hal candidate, who appeared In 1963 Thunderbird
421 Ninth St., N.MPLE has presented 561 shows since televised: debates during that Iroquois 22'6"Model
INTERIOR 1950. lie now lives in Hlaleah.
campaign with his Democratic

./ opponent, the late John F. Ken. with two berths and enclosed marine toilet -
nedy, was the butt of ribbing at
Tuesday the Everglades the club affair, but took the ; canvas top, built-in fuel tanks back to back
1'.T.A. held their! regular Jibes go d-naturedly. ,
'r.J $ HEATRL monthly business meeting in Humorist Walter Kiernan sat. fold-down seats, bunk cushions and aft seat SALE
the school gymtorlum. The Irl/ed Nixon's career thuslyt
PROGRAM cushions.
following officers were elected "Ills father was a grocer and
Period Of and will be Installed at the had this man (Nixon, the son)
stayed out of politics, he might : Reg. Price $2595
APRIL I9ih THRU APRIL 25th.INNLIIIIIINIHNNININIMIIINLHNI next business meeting which store
have had his own grocery
will be held May 12th: "
GET MORE OUT OF LIFE GO OUT TO A MOVIE President, Mrs. Mary Nell today. $3,345.00

NN.11 1.1I I.H.,N I N II HNNIIIIII Swain: first vice-president, MA!' AP-Macarlo Per.

ii ill Reverend Clyde Martin; second alta, Philippine defense secre
f 1963 Seabreeze
SUN. NATALIE WOOD/ vice-president, ElvedaLET : lary own ,request is going while on leave authorities at his 19'Windshield

i ii investigate an allegation thai
i .1 ii.il'JL he has been protecting smug steering, running lights, bow rail, SALE

i MOH [ T He goers capagal President appointed Dlosdado a committee Ma- forward hatch and upholstered seats. A real buy.

(AtK" to investigate the accusation,
TOES PR9PERSTRANGRR.{. I made by Ferdinand E, Marcos, Reg. Price $1295

president of both the Philippine

NN IIIIIINHHHHHI I NNH HN NNHINNV t The rash of new ear Senate and of Macapagal's Liberal $1645.00
names on the market

WED. COMPANY OF f brinks to mind that Home CAPE KENNEDY Fla. AP
( ) 1963 Power (0116'Vindshield
i THUR. f i ii thing like 2,500 makes -A no-strike clause is IncludedIn
hut com and fun since a new three.>'ear labor stab!
i FRI.COWARDS i the turn of iht century. Illation agreement signed to \ steering
seat cushions
the Mer. ,
Do you recall, fur example rover Cape Kennedy,
the Mercer, O er- rltt Island moonport and Patrick running lights and two built-in fuel tanks. SALE
Air Force Base

i"I"I"1. seer land Plrrrerro and! Stuti, Ur Then'h The agreement in was signed Reg. Price
I" Thursday Washington, D.C., $1295
I I there was the White, Saxon b t>' representatives of the AFL.

Grant and Scripps.IloIh.I'erhapsteen more. CIO Base and Contractors the Patrick Association Air Force, $1945.00

l. dimly recalled are other the: National Aeronautics and
"" 1964
Space Administration Seabird
make! which palled into an. 23'Deep

: limbo: Wolverine Victor, nounced The agreement Friday. Is retroactiveo
: ::
:. renna). FronlenseGhent, : April 1, when a previous two. V with canvas top, 140 h.p. Mere-Cruiser
: tlPL.Jij't llalfirld. I'ledmont and year part expired It continuesthe "
:.,4 7BI: ;:: ,_ Erie. i prevailing wage scale pro. inboard-outfcoard motor. Safety plate glass
AILeTHEATRE of the earlier
:< ; like old intaat cart visions pact. windshield
"')'' rr' old method and proced. RIO DE JA>EIRO, Brazil windshield wipers, right guide SALE
-'P ri urea in real estate art "\' P)-Brazil's new government deluxe steering.
tone lor"..,. Today II expected to break off diplo.
APRIL 19th 20th 8 APRIL Nth 2 lhI
rustic relations with Cuba but
reallyreliable) and rep. Reg. Price $3695
continue its commercial and
w, ..NI I N/I NII NNA, stable firm like! lill \S
diplomatic ties with the Soviet
OGG, Realtor, t>2l Fifth Union and other Communist 4777.50
/ MANS Aie. So., will hUll a homeIn (countries'

the proper location, of Informed sources say the re.
SUN. FR'JzTE SFGFl',?" tv th* proprr t)pe. and at cun.e; will let relations with Ha. Repairs for Inboard, Outboard and Inhoard-Outboard

\ the proper price In lesstime 'Inuring ana go Into the a freeze bre. before. Cuban an. :Motors, including Diesels.
PLUS IICO"O .HURI i and nigh less complication
11I1'.I".lI\r Bui! 1 jj"a Kouri
than In years foil 1\1'1.11 tIn: I 11-I inui! and
MON. i Call Ml 2-1719 for or-i it ',111,,',,_i', "- OJ, AJ al 2, OPEN SUNDAYS
l ) 1 ) J consultation. I rij" titer tie lister ,'I Preslt .
do' 1 m G; tan ,rt.
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FROM r' :' A III i Si-bring, where they will visitMrs.
_. ... Stout'I parents and then
'I Efc I SPARKS. MAR to Thornvllle, Ohio. SUPREHELPS YOU
... C ::->>' Mr.and Mrs.Mltchell .
% left Thursday tor their
tf."i0 J GIANT FOREST I Y V 3 BY DIANE POVsERS, Memphis, Twin.
*FIRES GROWl! Marie and Al : ; FILL CART
I.t..... .w e two days In Miami $ I

LOURPHARMACIST SPEAKS I week's Gables spending Marco.\ern They trip and some Peg are down time Bush to",' '! sA V I GS

Ruth Fletcher, former
BY visitors of Marco.The n
GENE ore at Little Torch .
: Busch will '
McLAIN r and Mrs. >
urda' for their "White
y t h4, at Franklin, r-.C.
1.5.r The Tarbots,
leys are the only
Port Marco.
Nutrition, often confused LANUTNG1e" Congratulations to "
a Mrs. Ed We>'rough
with dietetics, lithe study
brateii< their
of how foods,
once consumed week
affect your being Barbara Johnson of
Nutrition U a personal Highlands and Margaret PI
matttr and often determines of Marco Mere the .
how look, past weekend for the
you '
'r 1 ? Can, er Society. They dt
and feel.To / I 1 ''
a treat extent your r h I
body li composed of pros SCHOOL NEWS
loin: kin, muscles, internal t r w at Today Tommle was Barfleld report }

organs, hair, mils,
FISHING for three da of Land- School. Andy Rimes
out Captain's
the base of
)our banes renee Pettit who are In
and even your brain. It Ing this week were E. II. Nicolaitof Ormond Beach grade were the A and

become evident then that and his friend from Wn ntei' 1'ark, Leo \\'. a'les. students

a sensible and hull-giv. Among the catch from the t "Bronco II" with Cap regular Marco Island PTA' 1

log diet U not to be con tain Nate Hunt, were fi our snook, three kingfish, 14.. Jack meeting Manelapla, -
Mdvrrd In bulk or lack
of the
thereof, but in provision 31 mackerel, 20 jack 1-1 iltht trout, and four siapouixls. the Collier Educational County

for an adequate proteiy per (one weighing !I'/j' plain .) Fishing with Capre clety, showed a film <'
intake to keep each cell M.\ E. Swanson uei Thomas Ellington and story" Dr R.I.
functioning normally party. Naples gave an
on cancer
We hope it will become Tom Edlngton, John Gayer, first The Richard Addison faml. '
evident, too, that NAPLES Murray Vernon Sr. and Murra)' ly will have to leave their hum r
I'RESCRIPTIONSIIOI' Vernon Jr. of the Marco Island after spending years In one of the: New College SAUSAGE

in alnaya a good Corporation returned to New 1 Marco Island Corporation hou.
York this past week. Their bus. sea Also, Harvey Stephens will
bet for the best of Students
pre- tress here was to see that the have to move. All residents be. 39c
prrlpt Ion nervire. Pre.cripliun land Is cleared of all old houses sides Ityram Newell will have ---------
are quickly but and residents and ready for the to be vacated by May I 15: He At The
carefully filled at NAPLES dragline that will arrive In a. will have to vacate In the near Top
PRESCRIPTION; bout five days to start digging; future as soon as the piece o(
for the canals and seawalls.We property he lives on Is sold, "Students entering '
SHOP; 773 4th Ave No.
hate to see the Marco if not before lege in September rate
(Phone MI 22455. Lodge Dock go, and I under. Lucille Thompson landed a 9% the outstanding In the [ LEG-0-LAMB 794Swift's
stand It Is to b* one of the pound tarpon Sunday while fish. said Robert J. Norwtne,
lug with her husband, Captain Admissions. lb.
Jackie Thompson. Others In the New College, located
party were their sons Kevlnage sola, will open Us doors
CcrtlfM Member MTNA *: DMTNA 4'/j, who caught a mackerel. time In September with a
BfflBMrs to Colle,. Preparater/ Kevin was just as proud of the ter Class' of 50
Downtown Studio little fish that he caught as his Lamartlne, Naples
.... Ann Welmer Phone MI 24197 mother was of her tarpon. Mr. School student, to be
and Mrs Ralph Doxsee were June, has been chosen a
t------------N------------- also among the party. Mr. ttox., of this class.
I JL. SI'1XI.U.lZIM; I."' : see caught a Jack that weighed I i "What makes the
.: _
b> i about IS pounds. of New College unusual
I FOREIGN TRAVEL :::1 Mrs. Lucille Thompson, Mrs Dean Norwin, "Is the can394

1g :0- ,; AND CRUISES _. : Luella Doxsee, and Lois Walker who have an excellent PREM
record with fine .
made a trip to Miami a
Around Fridayon
I the Woild or Just Around the CornerAROUND
medical business. community citizenship:
THE WORLD TRAVEL The winter season here U I> over Dean Norwlne said lie .
: 7)1,)' 24) CATALONIA AVE. CORA &AIUS III and the summer season is be. a comparative group the
":. r SIMON J MttSINE,M....'.t."..... ginning This weekend the Island students In New '
I was full of cars coming In to ter Class and he cited '
\ - - T------ -445.-----i the Island pulling boats behind tUtlcs that make them
th m. All motels hod a busy Ing. PORK BEANS
weekends. Of the 13 students &
It Is certainly very Interest. compulsion, comprised.M'S
Ing to know just how far our girls and 7 boys, 11 ,
WHY HASN'TSOMEONE. Collier County News travels.Last states are represented,
week I received a letter from a Norwlne said. They
very nice couple stationed In Maine, Pennsylvania,
Heidelberg, Germany. Mr and Arizona, Connecticut, svaAN
Mrs. W, D, Arnold read an art:. tnols(4)), South Carolina, I 2 494
cle that I wrote in tne collier: sin and New Jersey."
County News on the developmentof to the class regional
Marco. They were InterestedIn In speech, customs, and
buying property here. which Is a part of e .
designed and built a condominium process, he said"
I cooperative with TilE ISLANDER "Beyond their fine Del Monte SPINACH 2 tans 29<
I Guests at the Islander Motel and activities records,
ALL the features that people are W.II. Ceudrlch and dents have In common
partyof Del Monte Early Garden SWEET PEAS 2 cans 39<
want most? South Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. thing ... they all will be
/ Marshall of Canada, Mr. and ent," said the dean.
I Mrs A.M. Wilkes of Winnipeg, .
%I 1 Canada, and F.C. Sponholt; of EXTRA STAMPS --------- SO EXTRA STAMPS -----

_l .m Key West. Oh, For The
.f: .. Mr. and Mrs. Newel McCon. With Purchase of With Purchase of
___ --', oughey have left the Islander Mo. Of A Lobbyist!
tel after six weeks stay for
a FRANKFORT, Ky. ( )
SOMEBODY their home In Cleveland, Ohio. tribulations that can GIANT SUPER
They plan to return next year the life of a legislative

Yes, First Florida Resource Corp., Florida's most PORT MARCO were reflected in an 434 594 1
Friends of Lodda and Jim report. SUDS box
experienced builder of luxury clubs, is now Hughes and winter visitors of box
all this and in the Marco will be glad to know that A northern Kentucky
proudly offering more ------------------------------------------
I Mr. and Mrs. Hughes are now who represented a labor :
S sparkling at home In Huntington,Ind.,where zatlon, told the attorney
: Lodda Is recovering from a al's office his expenses MRS. GROSS 12-OZ. PKGS.
( CARRIAGE CLUB sprained back. seven fifths of whisky, ;
2 4 911-
of beer j74
I. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stoutwho on. elghtfack ; EGG NOODLES
ON GULF SHORE DRIVE, IN THE MOORINGS spent three weeks at Port Marco, drinks at a bar, $19.50,
left Thursday homebound by way topcoat, lost or stolen, $4

Sunday April 19, 1981 ("()l.L1tIC: ('OU."TY ."E"
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Young enough to be actively and aggressively I

progressive, but old enough to temper his Irtasactions

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Floridian, With The Best Interest Of \

Collier County Foremost In His Plant

A thorough knowledge of the problems and needs /J \?

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: NOMINATE for the ftCollier I

t?, 1964 e M County News

I t of Commerce
: Do You Know An Outstanding Citizen? w 1 4t Naples Chamber

Soon it will be time to presentn' OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD

other Collier County News "Outstanding this and upcoming issues of the paper

Citizen Award" to a person selected by A blank on which nominations may be t! I I.9' ,4U' The .II.wl"8 tleples residents

members of the Naples Chamber el mtd The blank appears on this page __ NAME

Commerce. today.
in order that a Chamber of Com- Address
I To readers who may not know frbQut

the award, It Is presented each year by !inert screening committee many have : FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONSiUie

this newspaper to the person, I or persons full Information on all nominees, persons ( separate sheet of popes l If "ud.d' ')

who have contributed some outstanding using the nomination blanks are askedto

service to the community. The give as much information as possible

service can have occurred during the about the nominee's contribution to the

past 12 months, or over a longer periodof community
The Nerws originated the award asa
time even several years.
means of showing the community's ----
The directors of the Chamber of -

Commerce last year expressed a desireto appreciation to those who contribute to I/ Cut Out And Moil To: a

give the general public an opportunityto its welfare. If YOU know someone who Naples Chamber of Commerce

nominate candidates for the award. should be considered for the award, 1700 North Tomiaml Trail

We are in complete agreement with their please be good enough to fill in and mail Naples, Florida

thinking and will, therefore publish/ 'F"I the nomination blank a a O O O oO OYJLCL

I Let's Show More Interest In PoliticsWith

school system Is BIG business

the primary election only a 3. Since the office of School Trustees The Best of BoyleBy

couple of weeks away, there is surprise was abolished, tha School Board memo

ingly little interest being shown in local bers have complete jurisdiction over the HAL BOYLE

political races either by the candidatesor school buildings and equipment in which

the voters. This is regrettable In view county taxpayers have invested over five NEW YORK AP-Things I he didn't open his mall:
of a female ele.
of the of several of the offices million dollars. know ItHere's ; The eyelashes
importance .,., columnist might never phant are from lour to five
to be filled. 4. The School Board has the final inches long.Britain .
_'tj( '\' '!."i"r 77 __ .
members oft control selection of instructional has the world' most
For example, two new over
crowded roads-one car to every .
the Board of Public Instruction wilt bI personnel who teach your youngstersand I An EASY 38 yard* of highway.

elected. Many voters seemingly are not prepare them to compete in today's Nerve impulses travel through

fully aware of the importance of' the highly competitive world. RIGHT TO STRIKEEditor Her'* the Answer your body at speeds up to COO
Collier County News: I Herbaceous Plant f feet a second.
School Board Consider for a moment Can there be any doubt that candidates If there is actually a right rv ayv 3 Y Multiple sclerosis is the great

these facts: for School Board posts should be Editor, Collier County News: to strike, it certainly was not HORIZONTAL est cause of chronic disability in
Will you please put it up to the endowed by man's Creator, suchas Dyestuff people between 20 and 40 yean
1 1. The five School Board membersare carefully considered by the voters of Depleted Right line N
public opinion In regard to a solarium the right! to life, to-llberty, vegetable (ab.) of age The disease has about
wholly responsible for providing" facilities Collier County? in the new two story ad.dltlon the right to own and the right 7 IU blanched Swett potatoes half a million victims in the

for the education of your children.The We do not mean to imply that other to the hospital? of opportunity.All leaf._are 7 Rational United States.
The present place is about a of these rights can be eaten, in many 8 Type genus If you were born in April,
entire responsibility was shifted to races are not vitally important. They 16 x 16 room between two cor. excercised by each man with wayi (ab) a your birthstone is the diamond.
13 Interstice fleet N
Spanlih w r
their shoulders when county resident here But for some strange reason it has rldors no window, no sunlight, out harm to other men, where 14 Concur* 10 Conductor !y This gem was reputed to have
\ no view which is enough to as striking Is an act of coercionand Promontory Cognizance ;;I magical powers, to protect Its
the that
voted to instead of elect the seemed in past county voters
appoint, give a well person claustropho- of violence. It is not strange 16 Male 12 Compass point 34 Horn 43 Euchariitic wearer from being poisoned,
superintendent of schools. .. s have given far more attention to candidates blat that this right was not Includedin 11 Horse's neck 17 Exclamation 35 Flnlshln, tool win. vessel and to prevent fair ladles from

2. The School Board spends round for other offices than they have to Many patients are not able to the Constitution? Or In the 11 hairs Yea esp.) 22 23 LoUr Tidier 38 40Ofnneal Rectangular 48 suffix Chemical swooning.
go to the Chlc-Kee and I don't Bible? 10H.r 25CuddJ. 48Lleulen.nt.Jl Our quotable notables: "A
: quality
dollar paid School Board candidates.
of the
751 every tax to coup think the lobby is a place for There never was any questionon Paid notice In Seasoned C1 Near (ab.) civilization is not destroyed by
ty. The board members spend more)fit. It's time this sort of thinking is re- nightgowns or pajamas. Every the right of any man to quita newspaper :12 Act of 42 Facts 'l11nlvel'lal barbarian invasion from with.
dollarr than other board. Owr vitod.IS 1 modern hospital has a large sun Job. But strikers want to hold 22 Soon reaching a 44 Covering for language out; it is destroyed by barbar.
any county 24 Low haunts destination the head 153 Halfeon27Smoolh
..... .... .. room where one can sit or have the job and, at the same time, andunaspiraled Ian multiplication within.-
: .
'1'. ">> J. their family or friends to lay hold up their employer for more 9 0 II IL28Range Will Durant.
1 : I 0
't : F I 1z
: N.. < h
; ;' ; nothing of a change. money, threatening him with bus. The average six room house
When building a practically new Iness oblivion If he doesn't come 28 Dann step ,IS 11 : ti contains between 20 and 20 light
hospital, why not do It right? across.It :10 Suo loco: (sb) sockets.
You may not want to print this, is felt by many people that 31 That thing ,I IS I. 11 10Sl Worth remembering: "There
1. but I feel very strongly unless_there Is a right to strike, Mata aQ cola I' i i tl3SShleld !, are no deductions from the
,, V .. H W.... most employerr-wouM profit Wakes of '
-, s x JOOfti.t ,; bf bearing "r sln Arnold H.
'OPINIONAbout :if.H.H.HH.H. 1 Rita (Mrs. Curt underpaying employees'!The$ery 3T Sea eagle U U it 1 r u. .JGltsrtu '.?
Naples, Fla. I idea signifies that there Is sucha Brouch\ up 11 ? Doctors find new anticoagulants
'I The Best T/i/ngs/ Are free thing as "a fair days pay for :18 Symbol for helpful In reducing fatal
1 NOT THE SAME a fair days work" and that "the 40 tantalum Wicked ,9 ,n ;% % )QC3 blood clots in people, but exter.
I the Size of It ,.... They say life begins at 40 Well so Editor, Collier County News laborer Is worthy of his hire." Chinese y :.t minators are now employing the
do lumbago arthritis, and the habit of In your Thursday, April Itth That is, the price set by a free measure ; I ,; same medicines to get rid ol
The average man Is 83 pounds of telling the same story four times to the Issue there was a news Item con. market for each workers' grade 44 Serene 1) 17 IS :4 rats. In large doses the drug
r "f muscle and a little over three pounds of same croup. cernlng the appearance of HenryB. and type of skill or service, 48 Creek letter4Elllpsoldul kill the rodents by thinning
S 1 :
brains-which explains a lot of things. -TilE CirraimAtj: (KAV;: ) RErtDLlcAN: Watkins Jr.before the Klwanls whether of not there were unions. Prince I their blood.
--TIIK EATON (COLO.) HERALD Club as candidate for the School This price should not be set : t % '1&& 'it '13 Safety slogan: "Dun't driveas
oz oz oz Board. every year by union bosses who T enpng blrlS if you own the road. Driveas
As part of his format In em. are never, ever satisfied, since ::FIshea 4y 'IS 'tit 04 1 '10 i9 a you owned the car"-Phil.

phaslzlng his qualifications Mr. they would not long be union VERTICAL : : 51 Sl. )) adelphia Bulletin.
i Watkins brought out the fact that bosses otherwise. I Is able 1t

thers, .say, [ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS he for served one term.as a Mr.School Watkins Trustee be. Naples Robert,P.Fla.Jonas .1 2 Studies Before : 13 :

gan his term of office on January :; ---- -- ------ ---- ---r
You Can't Legislate ItIt 1,1956 and attended one meetingIn

..... March that same year and there

has taken three weeks lor the if the bill is not passed has been tween were no then subsequent and January meetings, 1937 be. :;;.e i"t"r ical COLLIER COUNTY & SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

civil-rights bill to become the added the opinion of the Rev. Dr. when he resigned and accepted By KURT GRIESSHABFR .
"pending business" of the Senate Martin Luther King Jr. that, if it un appointment as a member of
It take all for the Collier County Board ofCom. ,- -- -
may summer it to does pass, further legislative action
missioners. The flees of School
become much more than that. will be sought at the presidential Trustees was not abolished until
We believe the bill should have nominating conventions November 8, 1960. Illustration I by the author

the fullest genuine debate. As Sen As Senator Mansfield said, "The It seems to me this Is a de.

ator Morse suggested in his unsuc Senate may go away from the is. traction from Mr. Watkins quail 1 '"
cessful to send the bill tic at Ion. in the sense that he -' -
attempt to sue. But the i issue will not go away
the Judiciary Committee, no one from the nation"Paradoxically uses the experience as valuableIn
acquainting him with school
should be given the excuse to it was the stormy problems and operations(

charge: "steamroller tactics. More Malcolm X, calling the Senate de. I cannot reconcile the ex. M.
fundamentally, great care must be bate a "con game," who went on perlence of a County Commls. :.

taken with a bill that, as Senator to strike at the root of the situa. sloner as enhancing his quallfl. ..:::;;r
Dirksen said, "is going to reunite. tion. "You can't legislate good cations as a member of the '
Board Inasmuch
the social patterns of this country." will," he said. two bodies are extraneous), as the

Since such patterns would t* AU the legislation in the world meeting the needs of the respec.
especially affected in the South; \\.t' will not help unless good will live governing bodies.

can understand the attitude of grows! along with it. And good will Certainly educational pro.
Senator Russell of Georgia as does not need to wait for legisla. blems in the development of
scholastic affairs bears .
quoted at the end of the preliminaries tion to go to work. no relationship
to the duties of a County
: "Unfortunately, we have The time has passed for the ague Commissioner especially since,
lost a skirmish the first battlein goodwill of the majority, as wellas at that time, the legislate au. arm -
the good fight for constitutionalgovernment. for the long-suffering good will thorlty was limited in scope and
We shall in reality required no great ad.
now beginto of the minority. Excesses on both
minlstratlve knowledge.
fight the war. aides are challenging the superficial

The irony is that the longer the feelings of fellowship. During the Clayton E. Bigg BROADSIDEs
delay on the most far-reacising long hot summer in the Senate, Naples, Fla. READYING TO FIRE A

civil-rights legislation in American white and black citizens far from

history, the less adequate it becomes Washington will have to be deciding
as a goal for civil-rights how PIRATES AND had In actually finding genuine
to tap the deeper rescioirs BE A 'FRIEND'TO
leaders. To the threat of violence \' of good will YOUR LIBRARY ,r Spaniards relics from the pirates and early Upon immediately removing 10meoltheaheUsBUCCANEERS recognized beau.

Chrlatlen Sclenci Moniter \- In order to protect the privacy tlful artistic scroll work handof
-- the Individuals, who do not engraved In copper.
I Tliose British h Blades t' 1 wish to be pestered by Inquiries It turned out to bet genuine
and to protect the property own. lid to a treasure box from the
in unaxmc, a* in irre-reiiiny.. the and thai th, r.'n'p"lluld henceforth / ers who do not wish tr.sspassera, early 16th Century! We have seen
blade If flowed an It slices bv friction hate to pay a royalty In Gillttt! for COLLIER COUNTY NEWS i a we will refrain from mentioning the cover and have checked the
which, transferred to the micrormm, u..mg the proctn. But If Wllkln-\n'l MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit" .-Pubhthtr \ / names and actual locations scroll work with museum catalogs .
makes it tug at the whiskers This gives chairman laid the cmr.pinv vat THOMAS HAYEK. ....oc..l. Editor One of the most interesting and It appears to be Span.
rise to the familiar feeling of hating still\ tint with itainltM steel bl dr<. MARSHALL WYATT, Adv Manager \ finds occured back In 1946 to Mr. Ish.
been shaved with a raip. Gillette found Wilkinson hat that forced ALBERT O OLIA. Mich Supt
set a pare p P., who is still living today in Upon discovering what It was,
a way round this tome YUrt ago by Gillette reluctantly to follow\ or rte itiauuht DAVID HEHMANSON Core ,Director Were pirates the Naples area Bonita Springs and can verify Mr. P. returned to the only
MRS. Office M.r
coating the edge of its Extra Blue blue
maikett gradually eroded PETER SMUTTS Clau etf 1 n the olden dol>" THi\ean> traces 'I / this to find that the storm of 1964
with a gel of phenyl silicon that act Now Gillette it In the unenviable r- Mfr 0t >r relics been found of them? M lie relates that he was gather. had washed two feet off the bank
as a lubricant lltlon of having to promote! In *!fttefence and Pubh.h.d aaturday.I '\:r'.cft..noon Monday by During the 17th and 18th cen., tj) tag oysters along: a channel In and the object had slid Into, the
Other lubricating Alms were alto '1&4 ftalnlrit steel blades scale l ,. ,., \
on a Co'I aunty PubInhln' c. .. t ury almost every pass and in. J the back bays and looked down channel, which was about II feet
141 Twunh' A..nu.. ,
Inc. loul"
amlncd *nd by other companies: Wilkinson that mu.t cut Into It* own razor sales '
I.s. F'1.., JJII40. teal eddreee P. O. I et on our West Coast of Florida and noticed a barnacle Sword Company and Gillette pt( holds about thrrr-quarter ct the loa 17)1. nust have been a pirate hide.' object at his feet. Noticing Us Mr. p. thinks this relic Is from
both found that s coating of fluorocir- mmkft' In Biltaln) and to aid the. proc- T.Lehone I Midway 11107 for elld.p.rtments. out 1 at one time oranother, accord./ i V green stain and heavy weight the early pirates, or perhaps
bon. s tough plastic with a \uv low with I.d.trIUln. This i ihsxlnj b
eya (
mI . jig to British and Spanish rec. when he picked it up, he con. some shipwrecked persons took
cotHicirnt/ of friction did an even better effect Gillette noItll.. 40
an : Subscript Rat (>rds.In eluded It was metal so he put the chest to shore and hastily
Job than the ttllcOMi. It lasted longer, PIT cent of stainless blade falrf But In By earner, or mail', payable In some old books in the war' It In his boat. The rest of It was burled it on the bank. In due
for one thing, but the of melting the market advanceOn .
process the month it hat been on
Admiralty Museum of London, into a brotherhood with a main in the mud the channel's edge time it washed
out of the bank
It on to the blade destroyed the temper since November iht'fAr.. the stainless You |IS art Month $7 so, .
Three Month $4.71. ,which we visited, ..e noticed group of leaders with different and since Mr P. didn't compre. onto the edge of the channel,
of carbon itcel. This did not bother
phase of lntre rd s
hai by
the total Member el The Associated ,...... twhicK hat bands of Buccaneers were bands under each of them Other bend what his find was, he didn't and this accounts for the fresh
Wilkinson which was wing the Mating half to 20 per cent, to that Gdlelte'asales I* nlilltd oclutivtly to the
: laid to have Inhabited the en. articles will discuss this piratetire pick up the rest of It. barnacles
on stainless steel binder have been at the -. u>t for rapubncaiien ol all localntwa
large fIIrncJ
toms panted in Ih'l paper .* t west Coast between Tampa organization In detail. Taking the object- ,he tells We hope that we em borrow
Last month] Wilkinson admitted blade. ,
( itt carbon A .
older steel wi'y ll a* all AP none d..lc".
articles will also this
Sal amitheKejs. In our we how It laid around Ms garage for relic from Mr. for few
P. a
that its fluorocarbon: Mating patents hat '' from Wilkinson wilt\ hardly swerttntou. Entered .. tecond cl... matter at
be4n preceded by Gillette's by t months .-r'n IconomUt (London the Pact Ollice et Napiet. P.' ". i*. Rather than fight each other, mention personal experience months before he found time to weeks and display V.In me Naples
under Act el March J, IU the Pirate bands were organized that residents of this area have clean off some of the barnacles. Library In the Historical c....

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a a a a HaBM 4aw

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CaneExtension \ NEWS 5 SHENANDOAH BRAND Quick Froz. Gov't. Insp. Gram! A" GameHLN

Help LocallyMembers of the r COl.

Susan Cine Growers
live have been .edified :
date for planting sugar
receiving credit In
196S crop acreage has
tended from April IS to .
'But It will not help
uatlon here In Collier p, CENT
said Don Lander,county --i
ure agent. He laid
deadline could possibly
In other parts of the Ita
ready In the sugar cane
business, and with seed 11/2 Lb.
plant, but It will not
"We will continue the AverageEACH _
said Lander, and
he. Attorney Tom dlstrlbe"J
possible Norman Herren
j Collier Corp., will

I, conference Washington with today for a r SAVE 20c

I, aggrlculture department
In the capitol city.
The announcement of
tension of the planting 0
was made by Judson C
office manager for the dredging of FXCEI.LE
ture Stabilization and r.
tlon Service In Lee and dating ,\
County. 0, L. Austin, Effective April 2021.22 -w., I t f y .. IS SAYING WHEN THEY
The May 1 deadline of Florida.
nlted State Department ) t\ ) SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
riculture to receive about 6 -
comments regarding the along the 't ,,_ :,\ CURRIER & IVES DINNERWARENOW
limitation proposal is <
however, Francis said. deposited. It AVAILABLEKWIK

County His Quantity Rights ReiervolWESSON .,J.. CHEK AND WINN DIXIE.Prkei .
:r r one of the I "
.' the tooth \.
Of Stolen '
MIAMI (AP)-The ( photo. ) WE GIVE
---- --- ,
erage Department said OIL FREE
had cases seized of Scot at Stuart whisky a Car I

been stolen at Miami. Fail,
The whisky and a
er on which it had been Ticket
for delivery to a Miami -TO YOUR LIBRARY Mae Milford of 24 oz. Size WE GIVE THIS
Copeland was given a ticket for c ::-

accident careless near driving the,emergency following entrance an. Limit Two With 9 f. WEEK :.t2. 4"TB eeewse-. =;:=

YANKEE'S LANDING on to Naples Fourth Community Avenue, North Hospital $3 or More Order ..--.

Chesapeake Avenue, oyster Bay Friday morning. WE GIVE -
According to police reports, SAVE 16c CURRIER =
S7.SOO to II S,000jjjj' Mrs. Milford was backing out
of a parking place and hit a -
car belonging to Mrs Rollle ---
Rice, which was parked on the SAVE 13c SILVER FLOSS '
opposite side of the drive. Mrs.
Milford's braking mechanism reportedly NE GIVE
failed to work Damage Sauerkraut. 2 "Can. 29c DESSERT
was estimated at $100 on the .
Rice car and at $10 on the car
driven by Mrs. Milford Officer SAVE 4c ROYAL FRUIT FLAVORED In]
Gary Young made the Investl.
gallon for the Police Department. I.,. Pkg. DISH
Ge1u1in11111 I limit Four 7'

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co- OO ::;:OOOOi Holds Twenty-seven Program Pan-Am Senior Here and Jun. By CHARLOTTE DURNO ) TOWN MI 24697OOOOOOOOOOOOC

for members of the American Lois have
Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday Phew! If we don't get some chen and daughter
night at the home of Mrs J.L. rain pretty seen that lush green returned to their home In Mid-
Echols on Plneland Avenue.Mrs.L stuff around town Isn't going to way, Ky. after spending sometime
D. Cadenhead was co-hostess. be green much longer. In Naples.
The Mrs.Jack Burdan and daughter Mr. Everett Spangenburg returned

By JANE M.1RTIN country !: Carol Ann went to Lake to home In Scranton

were Wales on Thursday to see the Pa., this\ past week after spendIng
fruits Passion Play that Is held there the winter months in Na-
to k
Service deluxe: This weekend Dr. Bruce G. Pratt each year. ples.

will fly down in his own plane to pick up his parents in Mr. andMrs.JimesHembree See you around town.
the need and their sons spent last
Dr. and Mrs. George N Pratt, and deliver them to their country. in Miami shopping and visit-

home In Beaufort, N C. The Pram will be at their "Holly The ing with old friends. LBJ Waltzes

Hall Plantation" until after election time next November Mrs. AI McLenon was calledto

Mrs. Dwight Livingston left Wednesday for her be schools used : her Houston.daughter Tex.Mrs., to Evele be with Os- Around With

home in Charlotte, N. C. She arrived in town 10 days The ,. teen, who underwent surgery at
ago with her mother, Mrs. Stratford Mills, who spent In < ''' j "" the hospital there Editors' Wives
Judges : fQw Mr. and Mrs,John Tien have
the last eight months in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she for ( ,
*, as their houseguests Mr.Tlen's WASHINGTON (AP-For a
had an apartment. Her son and daughter-in-law, Mr H.M. ',' President Johnsonhad
H, mother, Mrs. Stephen Lenky, short time
and Mrs. John Mills, live in Honolulu.Mrs. send The 'n ( of Roundup, Mont., and Mr. the nation's editors an4
a .
Mills enjoyed every minute of her time in their TIen's brother and slster-ln- their wives dancing to the
,_ ... .. White House's tune.
n TO" law Mr and Mrs Joseph Tien
Hawaii but she still booster for program ,
Is a great Naples. For Johnson Invited the 1,000 or so

her, the famed Waikiki beach and its yellowish sand, program After 0 R MILADY I From the collection of Bal."claQa l come thu fuichia-, of The Norwalk Tlens', Ohio daughter, Stacy, wives and delegates to the
with a brim fashioned in flower petal form A diamond daily trim the" crown, American Society of Newspaper
Isn't one-two-three with our beautiful white sand besch. has been visiting In St. Petersburg Editors
convention to
the execu.
Mr. sand Mrs. Fred Yarrington Jr., with Bill and Mrs. for a couple of weeks and tlve mansion for a reception

Gordon, arrived yesterday and will divide their time in head.The Jimmy Wilson 'Friend Of returned to Naples by plane on Friday.
Friday.We After Introducing his familyand
Naples between the senior Yarrmgtons, Eighth Street, Cool attend, Night Just found out that Iva giving a speech in the
South and Mrs. and Nebus has had flower In which he said
Yarrington's parents, Mr. Mrs. An. April Jean surgeryat garden
don Kazanfian, First Street, North. On Monday Mr. and meeting Greats To Move To Naples the Community Hospital re he wants his administration to
of cently. We're glad to hear that kindle "a flaming spirit of ad.
Mrs. Yarrington will entertain for the young couple, and testy"w be held, she Is home again and doing venture," he led the way to the

n on the 23rd Mr and Mrs Humbert Powell Jr. will givea at 7 p.m., James: Clay "Jimmy" Wilson, Wilson is a member of the well. East Ballroom.He .
party In their honor. Lutheran one of America's most widely i Shrine Club. He was honoredby Iva Jean's sister, Judy Ann stayed on the dance floor
Drive. The known for an hour and 20 minutes,
newspaper men and friendof the Georgia! for Kennedy Cadenhead, Is home from the
By the six band to
Frank ordering man
by such "greats"
as group following Kennedy's elect:
NEW HOME South Florida University In
Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, tion to the presidency becauseof keep up a steady flow of fox:
The Powells are leaving the 30th for Philadelphia ) regular pro. Will Rogers, Charles Lindbergh, his efforts In the campaignand Tampa for 10 days. Judy will trots and waltzes so that he
.1 a 15-minute Bernard Baruch, Herbert Hoover be going back then for the sum could dance with as many of the
and then will go on to spend the summer in Rangeley, leaders was given an honorary a* '
"Life's and other notables, Is going to ward. Wilson's current home Is mer session. wives as possible.
Maine. While they are gone, construction of their new they clock members of make his permanent home In In North AugustaSouth Carolina. Linda! Riley Is home from At one time the crowd edged
home on Galleon Drive will be under way. floor Dr. Daniel Naples. school in Tallahassee. Linda In so close to watch the PresU
present to Now retired, Wilson owns con. will be togo dent and the others that several
Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Hunkin are others who will have stalled leaving Naples soon
and answer siderable real estate In Collier White House policemen were
Hospital Report to New York where tv! : will
I a house abuilding in Port Royal while they are away. means County and has written The NEWShe be working at the World's called to clear the way for the.

tl They leave today for Cleveland and will spend July and long"I urged mem.to be here Is Inthe planning near to future.make Noted his home alsoas ADMISSIONS Fair Linda's! dad, John Riley, dancers.Mrs. Johnson also made a

usual in N. Y. 4.8 Nan Berman, Sofia Vela, won a trip to the
August. as Naples, voting," Dessert will an after-dinner speaker, he recently few rounds of the floor before
Mrs. Richard Hickok end her four children arrived field of Blair ann. said he plans to lecture before Louise Pierce, Virginia Engel, World's Fair. From the way moving off to greet some of the
Lova Landon, Reuben Necker. look this there
things at point,
G' Friday to visit her Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Senate clubs and organizations in var. guests
parents, Allsopp, Blanca
man, Santiago.
day ious sections of Florida.A will be a lot of eastbound traffic After an hour, the outgoing
of the Harbour Club. Mr. Hickok has been on a business week 70 veteran of both World WarI 4.9 Penny Brammer,Fronnle from Naples this spring and president of the ASNE, Herbert

trip In Buenos Aires and will spend a few days here and World War n, he was re. ing Land, Novella, Robert Vickery Carson,,James Julia Corn Leon summer. Brucker of the Hartford, Conn.,
Courant noted the 7:30 ,
cently honored by the Veterans'Luncheon Mrs. Gene DeLlne was hos- pan
with his family en route from South America to Sum Milton, John Milton, Franclsca closing time had come. Speak.
Is ) Author Club of Atlanta with a Martinez. tess Thursday night at a card
mit N. J.Mrs.. tog Into a microphone, he told
stuns his apart. $3,500 diamond ring and a dla- 410. Betty Mikell,Evangeline party In her home on Eighth
Hickok and the children will fly home the end the of a mon-atudded wrist watch. Toas. Cavazos, Fred Hamilton, Edna Avenue South Guests were Johnson, "What can we say -
It Is not for
possible us, your
master for the affair former
of the month. A few days later the Allsopps will leave 70. Governor E1II.ArnallorGeorlia.was Mae Cross, Mary Sparks, Sondra Combs, Judy Gay, guests, to say 'well done,' aU
by motor for Summit where they will be until October ,on the Wllsonformer public relationsman Dennis.Dolores Cray, Lisa FlkeClayton Marcie Wlenbrenner, Vinci though Voe'd like to. All we can
of Jones,Janice Hampton,Roberta Is thank much
sen say you very ,
for the Democratic National
Mrs. Frances Haefele has returned to her home In Los ,1910 after Committee, covered some of the 4.11 O.Howard Wolfe,Aurora Cecil, and Peggy Wall. and let's go home."

Angeles, Cal., after five weeks with her brother, Dr. ate biggest newspaper stories of the Gomez, Georgtanna Smedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mlt- The orchestra broke into

i Earl Fritsch and Mrs. Fritsch. Dr. and Mrs. Fritsch are prove In his past 40 years Including the Sanders Vernon 0.MontgomeryClarence., George Ahern, Pearla ,"Good Night, Ladles" but John.,

leaving earlier than usual this year. They want to be "more would 67th Street Scopes nessee,"Monkey the Sacco-Vanzettl Trial" in Ten. Sparks, Margaret Bass. Miami Lutheran He son got signaled more for or "Good more music.Night,
case, .
In Chicago the 28th and 29th for the 50th reunion of ,, the Hall-Mllls murder trials and Green 4.12, Minnie Phyllis Johnson Rattray,,Bonnie Betty Chorus Sings HereThe Ladies" and whirled Mrs. Johnson .
't Dr, Fritsch't class from Northwestern University Dental the Lindbergh kidnapping Lambert. through a round of "The
Miami Lutheran Chorus--Ey; .i, of..Texas>r. | )'ou." I
While bntlfe statt .ip IOIJ/
$ of-the At. (
School; After the reunion they go on for 'five ,months lanta Journal, one of his coworkers > 4.13 DionlclaHerreraHez2le/ ''Will give a"concert of sacred: Finally, mopping his brow, ,
at their home In Mich. Sparks, Walter HamlltonHarry music this evening at 8 o'clockIn Johnson shook hands with de.
Montague, and close friends was
Bauer, Mary Fronche, Caroline the Grace Lutheran Church, and went to
parting guests
up I
Monday, 12 neighbors gathered at tha M. A. Hedg- Margaret Mitchell, author" of Lowe. the Rev G.W. Price announced. the private quarters with :Turn.or .
t "Gone With the Wind. He Is _
: 1.11 Gloria ahr"hDILt.a k'aith
I cocks Third Street South for cocktails and dinner and '-
on r said to enjoy one of the widest ; Cleon Bryan, No oi
. .of# to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. William Woolverton. The acquaintances of any man In the Gomez, Barbara Dinaberg :
Woolvertons left Wednesday for Alexandria, Pa. United States. ther C. Weeks, Florence M .l.i"". fo, Lovcli,1CSS:
One of Wilson's most prized Katherine Anderson M
f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins also left town Wednesday possessions Is a cancelled $2.00 Wright, Chon RodrlilluJr, fa \

They enjoyed their third season in Naples and after check bearing the signature of larle Holloway. ,w /llary 'lV.'oJ ZJ.1cDCh. /'ee ;

several months at their home in Charlotte, N. C., plant k- tujSI ) wrote President an article Roosevelt.about Wilson Roosevelt once DISCHARGEE Beech Club Beauty Salon MI S-27II_

a return visit. whom he interviewed at Warm 48 Ernest Fussell, < rueh i l
'. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sigler of the Gulf Shore Colony 'd Springs Roosevelt liked the Brown, Billy Tyler, Week-Long Words Brush-Brash-
11.,. story so much he requested 20 Walker. Are you the type who can Grandma said It, and so
Club are among those planning to leave next week. The I< copies of the newspaper and In 4.9 Carol Weber and "take out" a set, Just by do wt healthy scalps

': Siglers go to their home in Greensboro, N. C. payment sent Wilson a check for girl, Sofia Vela and baby taking a nap a girl and gleaming hair need a
f. $2.00 Nan Berman, Lilly Doctor. whose beauty talon style brush every day! If your
: CELEBRATIONSMr. A warm friendship sprang up 4.10.Octavie Velazquez, never seems to star that hair Is hard-lo-manage or

and Mrs. Lloyd Coffin gave a large party Wed- between Roosevelt the was two elected men and for when his Tingle Land ,and Edward baby Harmon girl, Fran,Fr way? Draw up a cushion coarse, buy a good boar'.

Continued 7) ,', first term Wilson requested the Martinez and baby boy.4.11.PennyBrammer. Detr. Today's cues bristle type; if your line
( page
I return of the cancelled check and are for yowl! See us, of Is closer to baby-fine, baby
along with an Invitation to attend boy, Betty Mikell and baby course, for the shaping, It with a softer brush
the Inaugural Ball. Lisa Flke, Frank N waving, and .tIII1"- Dip your head, and brush-
In his letter to The NEWS, Georgianna Smedberg, Fre but don't decide all beauty brush-brush for burnish
referring to the gift of the five.and.threequarter .
milton, Clayton Dennis
e. care stops there. To Use the brush, too for
carat diamond, LaVlnka Richard ODellginla ,
Wilson wrote: "This kind of silly Engel, Manuel Alva: begin with, a few well- tangle-removal a
BooKs diamond business started long Lova Landon, Blanca San placed clips at bedtime comb might tear out a
ago when I was given the name 4.12 Aurora Gomez and can help your salon hairdo whole precious clump! A
of 'Diamond Jim' by the Den. girl, Ivy Jean Nebus,Elsie to keep Its fashionable gsuie-wrapped brush pol.
ver Post." Robert Cole, Moss Randell j shspe. Plus a net . Ishes off 'tween-shsmpoo
Duque, John Milton Jame: and don't you forget that! dust.DISTINCTIVE
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Terrace Ave, S., me announcing the entrapment President's Life lores Gray and baby boy.,Novella ,. .
of their daughter Aileen to Theodore Morgan, Vickery.
of Mr. and HOUSTON, Tex. (AP- 4.14. Margarita Martinez,
son Mrs Vernon Morgan of Naples.
Arthur George Post, 25, who
Come In Miss Goldie is a senior at Mark Sparks, Minnie Rattray,
Naples Senior
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THE NAPLES Gift/ Scout Notes Fair Show Prices

Publicity 2-4763 Vary From 25 Cents To $$6

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Lexers, please remember dry. Mrs Francis Ford visit people it 'I i 'd i the country are the fairgrounds, there will
nesday A. Imp' It Jnl Leaders' Meeting, ed the troop meeting and en. onderlr *'at It will cost 1 t be various forms of transport
evening at the Port Royal Beach Club. Since MrCoffin's 1I Monday April 27, 7:30, at the joyed a surprise treat of car a. them to ..' the World's Fair I Lion to save a lot of walking "o t

birthday was Tuesday, the affair was really in Scout II<>IIse. Also, contact Mr*. mel popcorn and ginger ale. once they e in New York. t the 28 miles of walkway.

his honor. The Coffins are staying on in Naples a few E.W. Tlmbertake Immediately If Troop 276, under the leader. The an.. r is a little or a j Prices range from 25 cents t t"
you wish tickets to the annual ship of Mrs. Betty Smith and lot. J
more weeks before going north to Marblehead Neck, I Recognition Dinner for Cult Coast Mrs George McKay, met Wed. Most oi' toe' fair exhibits are $3.In any case, everyone should

Mass., and Wolfeboro, N. H. Council adults at 7 p.m., May nesday, April 15, at the Scout free. I bring comfortable walking
At the ,. 1, at the Methodist Church, Pun. Rouse Plans were made for There Ji> some special rides, i slices.
Naples Yaht Club another celebration
was I r e tt G<'i-di. Car pools are being an "overnight" the 23rd of shows and other features for
going on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warren arranged so that you will have April at Camp Tlmberford, and which there will be a fee.

Rush hosted a cocktail party to mark their 50th wedding company! on the trip. It promisesto one group of girls worked on Charges range from 25 cents to 16 Who DiedIn
be a most entertaining and In. posters for the Pet Fair $8.
anniversary. In a week or two the Rushes will be leav. r .. spiring occasion.Tioop Actually, a family can truly

,, ing Naples for their home in Oil City, Pa. Troop 258, Brownies, report see the fair without ..pendlngmUl'h. Open Boat
"The Three 124, Cadette Scouts, un. a most successful trip to Bo. even for food.
Virginians" Mr. and Mrs.
gave a party. der the leadership of Mrs. Allen nlta Wonder Gardens last Sat. Watching Sudanese nationals
Haven Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haskins and Mr. and Blbei and Mrs. Ruth Matthews, urday, going up by train and re. working on native arts at Re- Buried At Sea

Mrs. Park Wilson, all former Virginians, live in a row had a whirlwind weekend at the turning after nosebag lunch by'public of Sudan building, 23 MIAMI AP-A Cuban refu.
Cadette Camporee for all Cad. car. Thanks to parents Mrs. cents. "Wonderland" water and (
t, on Gordon Drive. So they all got together Tuesday at ette troops In Gulf Coast Coun. Agnes Dembek, Mrs. June Bre stage show, $I to $3. Ride In an gee who survived more than two
the Hammers for cocktails and dinner honoring Mrs. ell, held at Honk Hanta Camp at merman, Mrs. Catherine Dar. antique automobile, 50 cents for weeks of drifting without food In
: Sara&ota. Brad nton area last rail and Mr. John Langevln for adults and 35 for children. the Caribbean says he burled 16
Mattie E, of
Taylor Arlington Va. Mrs. the
Taylor is
of those who died at sea. But hecouldn't
weekend. I quote from Shelley transportation home, and also Auto thrill show, $1 and $1.50;
houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Hammer. Stahlman's account to Mrs. Langevln and Mrs Ed Belgian Village, with more than part with his wife.

Mr. end Mrs. Frank Otte leave the 27th to be at "\S a were excused from schoolat Wilson, leader, for accompany 100 buildings, $1.25 and 80 cents "I embraced her and decld."
ed I would die with her VI.
two o'cltxk so we could make ing the girls by train. Puppet for children. Visit aboard sail ,
i their home In Whittier, N. C. until October. Mr. Otte cente Mayans, 38, was quoted
the trip by delight to Ilonl Han. shows and skits were present Ing ship Bounty, PO cents for
t f! will be busy with revisions on a book he has written. > .M ta; met at the Scout House and ed by members Lu Ann Rossi, adults and 50 for children. John today by his sister, Francisco

Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Bush, Kingstown Drive, leave r loaded equipment IntoMrs.Coe's Susan Dembek, Sharon Dates, Ringing North ContinentalTent Mayans.
The sister who lives herevtlo
car with other Faberan Joanne Rossi ,
transportation Marge Circus $1 to $3.
the 28th for Minneapolis. They plan to return in Novem. lied him in Kingston, Jamaica,
4 Mg Y. p rIT'S furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Boyn. Lyn Bremerman, Judith Darrell, Hollywood, U.S.A., demon
ber for ton, Mrs Stahlman Mrs. Harris UcMlllen and Mna Sue where he Is recovering a hos.
a short time and then after the holidays come -----. Shelly stration of movie making and
and Mrs. Blbee. Arriving at camp Langevln at the troop' regular movie museum, $1 for adults pltal.
back for several months.
.( THE SPACE AGE, so Wednesday night the about G:30p.ni: .we unloaded sleep. meeting on Tuesday, April 14th. and SO cents for children. Mayans was rescued March
Mrs. Harold J. Waples is due back on West Lake Sportsmen Pilots Association, meeting weeklongat log bags, tents, and made camp, Friday, April 17th, the troop will Native floor show at Pavilionof 20 after the craft beached at

Drive May first. She spent the winter at her home in the Beach Club, held costume part with all Each patrol, the Wild Cats and goto Big Cypress Nature Center Indonesia, $2. Ride on cap. land.British-owned lie was Grand unconscious Cayman and Is
Hopper! tents arranged
pitched tlve helicopter to height of 100
Grosse Pointe, Mich. kinds of rigs! showing up. In the picture, Mrs. J. the kitchen fly and dunk bag lines, Troop 315, under the leader. feet, $1 I. Twenty.mlnute cruise on clutched the body of his wife In

Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Davis spent last weekendin White of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs Heed Thompson, kitchen sinks and waving flags.Each ship of Mrs George Vega, Mrs lake In amusement area, $1 for a tight embrace, his sister re.
troop had its own tent area Richard Morris and Mrs. Jean adults and 50 cents for chll- ported.
Ponte Vedra. They are looking forward to Saturday of Lima Ohio show what the well dressed Itlartians
In a Urge open camping field Easterly, has Its own "physical dren. Shows on MississippiRiver The party, including, five chll.
when their niece, Matilda Whitaker, arrives from Grosse are wearing these days. The Sportsmen near the winding river, which fitness" program w.lIln action. showboat, $l and SO cents. dren and six women drifted 18

I' Pointe, Mich., for a visit. Pilots enjoyed a little bit of everything during runs thru the grounds. They hiked near the Scout Houseat Ride on monorail 40 feet above days In the open boat without
food and water alter Cuban mi.
"After nosebag supper,**join. a previous meeting, and on fairgrounds, 80 cents
TO SEE HER GRANDCHILDMrs. their stay heie-fishing, swimming, golfing, shell. ed other troops from Venice April 10th, all Brownies hikedto Observation platform atop lltlamen killed the captain, only
ing, and lots of socializing ( McGrath photo) Sarasuta, Port Charlotte Engle. the beach to look for shells. 220 foot tower at New York :person aboard who could navi.
Elma Clements left Thursday for Youngstown, woodCape Coral around the campfire They are preparing for Day Campto State building highest point of 'gate, Miss Mayans said. One by

Ohio, to meet her first grandchild. A daughter Mrs. i and had a rousing sing and be held at Camp Tlrnberford fair, $1 adults and 25 cents chll. anti. the occupants died, she
Scouts' Own. Lights out at 10 April 13.17th. Lemonade was dren. Visit aboard reproductionof
Clements forgot to ask her name was born Sunday to Mrs. Ben Parks p.m. most welcome after the beach Columbus' Santa Maria, $I, The sister said Mayans told
"Saturd prll llth.Wlld Cats hike Noted French her he hoped to be In Miami
Mr. and Mrs. William Hammar (Barbara Jeanne Clements). y, puppet show,
built the breakfast fire and Hop. $2.50 adults and $1.25 chll. within a month She said his two
Thursday evening, Mrs. C. E. Ball of the Bahama Club pers cooked breakfast of apple Junior Troop from Fort My. dren. small sons, Vicente and Jorge,

gave a "Picture Party" She had 14 friends in to show Wins Top Honors sauce pancakes, cocoa and grape ers, under the leadership of Mrs. Simulated trip to moon In live in New York with an aunt.

them the colored slides of the trip she took before Juice. Then came chores and Nancy Kephart, was to arriveat travel and transportation build. First details previously were
year related by Industrialist ED. T.
I clean.up.Delegates Shelley Stahl. Camp Tlmberford Saturday, Ing, 75 cents adults and 25
last through the Holy Land and Europe. At State MeetingMrs. man and Pauline Bibee attended April IS, for an overnight They cents for children. Aprln of N e e n aS, Wls., who

Before they leave the end of the month for Litch. : Camp Council after which all were to bring a tree with themto "Bright Lights of Broadway" learned about it while vacation.
troops Joined In a wide game plant as a gift to the Camp, a stage show at Texas Pavilion Ing on Grand Cayman.
field, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Thompson will enjoya Ben Parks was the recipient bershlp for her district, going of skills. with appropriate sign and cere re-enacting the best of 100
week's visit with their granddaughter, Shirley, and of both of the only two from 135 in 1062 to 189 In 1964, "The problem presented was mony to be held at noon. Na. years of American musical V you make that confectionerssugar
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cook. The Cooks awards presented to Junior district a 40 per cent Jump, that of a sinking ship, with each pies Scoutawelcomedtheirneigh. comedy, $I to $II. cm I( use frosting it in a ptsiry enough tube, you for
directors of the Florida The Naples club received the troop having a stateroom. The bor troops to Camp Tlmberford. Admission to the fair Is $2 for ,
arrived' Friday from litchfield. Mr and Mrs. Thompson Federation of Women's Club. CARE "Liberty Award" for 100 test was to find an Island, es. Wednesday, April 15th, mem. adults and U for children..decorllln,

will! be back at the Mansion House in December. for the 1962.64 administrationat per tent participation In the tabllsh camp with survival sup. ben of the nominating commit. Parking a car at the grounds
the state convention held In CARE literacy program. Also piles, build fire and fly distress tee from Gulf Coast Council met Is $1.50 a day
Jacksonville this week. they received the "HonorScore" signals, and care for an "In. with board member Mrs.Franc Food comes at all prices, STANLEY
t:: : She has served as Junior district > award. jured" girl by making stretcher Ford and committee member from 30-cen| hot dogs and 40.
r-Read the Want Ads :1 I director of the southwest -- -- and lean-to and applying first Mrs. E.W. TImberlake, at the cent hamburgers to high-priced Home Products
Florida area for the past two aid."Skills Scout House for nosebag lunch American and foreign special
r years during which time the of reading compass, Alter the business session, Coun. U...
Check On
7< "ir'0ii"imV'nf!{ J \ b'f*d ctumblHI organized the Fort Myers Jr Rail TalksIn pacing the Island territory, us. ell members visited Naples Camp Many persons will prefer pub. Our
.( !tf'>liWA\ 1:5: kur'eht'\ breadfhiMiiughly ,.... Woman's)' .,Club, and the Boniia. tog emergency first-aid were all Tlmberford and expressed their lie transportation from hotels' or Spring Special' Fur
M r;;.cr ( dry riefor'c; crumbing it Springs Jr Woman's Club. tested In this makeobtU.velame. pleasure at the faculties provide molds Fares range from IS -CLB4N'NGll"rUMOTU.PROOflNG .

Chud '(" '" hy rolling wrath a rolling pin, At the convention, the Jun. Luncheon was most appetizingafter ed for troop camping. cents on the subway to $3 or
)' aI' putting it through a fond chopper for state director, Mrs. Her. Critical the strenuous mornlnt.In $10 for helicopter; bus, sight Contact

';,01'1'1'41'12.' :jiweTUESDAY > Inman electric blender, If the bert Savage, presented Mrs. the afternoon, Senior Scouts gave :seeing boat, hydrofoil boat and HEDY HUNTERMI
bread isn't thoroughly dry the Parks with a silver engraved talks on the Button Bay Round Theme Lands railroad
Ss3; <'>: aunlis may mold; charm for her two years of up, Appalachian Trail Trlp.CIT Hotel and motel prices In the 2-fHI

outstanding service on the Jun. Stage Now training, and Round-Up ,chedul..d --- -

NAPLES MOST MODERN lor Board. Mrs. Parks was also for 19G3. Open House followed High SchoolBoy
selected state Junior chair. with troops visiting other troops
HAIR FASHION SALONThis man of the Conservation of Nat. WASHINGTON (AP) Rail In the area, and exchanging notes.

\, Week Special! ural Resources Department of road labor talks entered a crit. Troop 124 was color guard at In Jail
., the F.F.WC. for the next two cal phase Saturday as the White the flag ceremony
Permanent year administration Her duties House continued efforts to pre. "At Camp fire that night, each
Wave Reg. 25.00 $12.50 ] will be the planning and promo. vent a strike which President troop gave skits and plays, read Jefferson TAMPA (AP)-School tftuaents in a SALEMany
ting of conservation progrsma for Johnson says would virtually stories or poems on the ship High English
.... class turned In themes on the
paralyze the nation.
over :5COO Junior clubwomen. wreck game of the morning
Try Mr. Wills New Body Hair Cut! Mskes your set Attending the 5-day convention Johnson is expected to decideon "Sunday morning Catholic subject, "What I plan to do In
stay better and keep. the frizz out of your permanent. representing the Naples Junior the basis of weekend devel. girls attended Mass and Protes. the Summer of 19 4." One sent '
Woman's Club was President opments whether a voluntary taut girls attended Sunday school the teacher scurrying to the dean : ash
settlement between unions and of boys, Jose Garcia lie called ( Imports tray -
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS Mrs, Doug Hendry and President and church. After a breakfastof
elect Mrs. William Longshore. management Is possible in the orange juice, scrambled eggs, police. : hors d'oeuvre sets candlesticks

417 M, Aw. S*. Palo. Mt I '.74)' Mrs. Parks was also honor. flve.year-old dispute cocoa, toast with butter jelly, theme The reach 10th tine of the disturbing ', martini servers -
ed for acheivement all troops started to strike
------ -- -- outstanding camp,
Federal mediators
continued I'll take a trip to Washington! :
ice buckets
in percentage of Increase in mem. Intensive efforts to hammer out pack up for the homeward Jour D.C. and kill the President" Portugueserugs
ney Parents and friends who
an agreement between negotla. Yesterday, Carl Delvlc was tables girandoles -
tors for five unions and were driving the girls home, in.
nearly held bond
Jaycee Wives under $3,000 by U.S. and
eluding Mrs. Tlmherlake who antique
200 railroads alter Johnson Commissioner Paul Game Jr. many
DrMn and Drapery Fabric drove up Sunday to help bring ,
Plan Barbecue warned Friday that "a strike of
of on a charge threatening the accessories -
would almost paralyze our some the troop home, gather.ed ,
Notion for the last and Impressiveflag
Saturday Night whole system, "That Is what I would Ilk. to
ceremony which ended the
Quilted Bed SpreadeAlteration. One reliable source Involved'in do," the youngster refilled
Troop flags plus
Naples Jaycee Wives will en.' government efforts to break (i the American flag waved In the when asked If he still wished to from /3 to Vi off
tertaliv their husbands the
kill President Johnson.
the crisis had said earlier, "I 1 I breeze, and the solemn ceremony
les Jaycees at dance and
The theme also outlined plans
think we are getting some. Impressed who
all witnessed It.
barbecue at 7 o'clock next Eat.
tewtr to the nation of Commu.
tvirytliins' for the Home where. i Good-by were said to purge
many new
urday night at Skipper Smith'sMarina
friends and nlsts, Jews and Negroes. Delvlc
plans for another
Johnson, who arranged for was asked if It accurately por.
Sheriff E.A. (DougHendry) will the talks during a 15. barbecue chicken and ribs, ac. postponement, said a rail walkout wish to thank all the par. sir"
The Fabric; Mart cording to Mrs. Carson Sawyer, would throw 7 million I I Amer. ents of the girls who gave their
chairman of the affair, and set. leans out of work andut< the I time and use of cars for trans He added that he planned to OMltSO'
ups will be provided. The public nation's production 10 to 15 percent 'lortatlon, the school prlntl. spend the summer raising mon. ; 'l JItC.
2.3334 Is Invited, Mrs. Sawyer said, In a ver. short time as Its pals for permitting us to leave ey to hire an assassin, but If he .
690 Fifth An'.., So. MI early, and our leaders who
and tickets mat be purchased at effects spread through the econ. couldn't get the money,
the entrance' at $2.00 per per. omy. made all our trip possible. Spec. would carry out the threat him.
I lal thank.yous to the Senior Game he would Sail
Ion. go self. He told !
Scouts who helped with our learn. try to let past the President's :; $ ( LVbtlaS: __,

log new skill all weekend It guards and use poison.
was a truly wonderful exper. o 1211I> THIRD 81. SO. NAPLES, FLORIDA
fence!" His mother said It would be g OLD K. R. STATION I'ETOSkEY. MICHIGAN

JHANK NIyo better that he remain In custody o Interiors Gifts Antiques Gallery
Monday Troop 124 cleaned when she was asked If she Mender
: American Institute of Interior DeiifnertaflWWlMflQOOOOOOOOM
equipment checked tents and would accept responsibility
made sure all were clean and her son should he be released.

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Harry Billie, Collier Coun his bid for a chance at the big i\ I
ty's contribution to profession time. The parent club, of *
al baseball, has been tearing course, can use ballplayers Y J . . . . . . . . ..
'em up In spring training. He right now as well as In future
shows every Indication of being years. t 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 19, 1961
a a a
great help to Gastonia'
bid for a Western Carolina \lore than once It has been
League pennant this season. pointed out here that Naples'
After three weeks In the location will work against NrEbeing Softball MagiciansHere

Pittsburgh Pirates' rookie admitted to an athletic
school at Daytona Beach Billie conference. That appears to r er trd!

and the other players will break be the case as Naples preparees
up Wednesday. Gastonla will to state Its case to the White Thursday NightThe
open Its season at home next Sands Conference at a league

Friday, playing Rock Hill, a meeting Monday.
Cardinal farm team. Palmetto and Bradenton rrt famous four-man softball pies Is the only stop for Feign

Rollle Rice, who played In the Southeast two members of the r NaaA team, exhibiting plenty of er's "King and his court"team
Cardinal system for four years, White Sands, are farther away a, athletic skill and showmanship between Miami and Sarasota,
and who has been Blllle's big. than Miami. It Is expectedthat will meet the Naples All- so a good group of fans from
gest booster locally, Is getting those two schools will not Stars at Cambler Park Thurs out of town Is anticipated.
weekly reports from him. Or be enthused about admitting a day at 8 p.m. At a game In Miami Wednes
Friday, the Seminole went school to which they wouldhaveto Eddie Feigner, billed as the day night a crowd of 2,500
three-for-three In a game between travel 120 miles world's finest Softball pitcher, showed up. The four'tnanteam
Gastonia and Reno players The rapldgrowth of the southernmost will be the feature attraction.He had to settle for a 1.1 tie In
three counties on this 4 has been pitching strikes that contest, panly because
Last weekend Rice and coast sets up the possibilityof past batters all over the U.S. Feigner was pitching with a
his family went to Daytona for someday having a league with SIX RUNNERS STRAIN to get moving as 100- and Canada for the past 18 jammed Index finger on his

first-hand observations of the Fort Myers as the hub. Until will play basketball In the Ev- yard dash starts Thursday afternoon on grass Big Cypress years, and local recreation officials pitching hand.
local athlete. Billie has shed then, Naples will be on the ergltdes Conference next sea are happy that the four- The premier pitcher reportedly -
excess weight and his reflexes outside looking In, and local track at Naples High School. Naples Junior High man team Is Including NaplesIn said the Injury "ham

are as sharp as ever, Rice coaches will have to continue son.After that.howeve r, the three defeated Punta Gorda 69-31 in the meet Wayne Final Example Its Itinerary. pers my fast ball some," but
reports Batting third or fourth scrambling! to fill out their Caloosa schools will transfer Hartford of Naples, third from right won the Extra bleachers are being he has learned to pitch around
in the lineup, Billie has been schedules. all athletic activities the new 100. Coach Jerry Morns is the starter. moved Into the vicinity of the his ailment In his years of
batting near .500 and has made a a conference. That will leave ,. Of Good GolfThe Gambler Park field to handle experience. Nobody on the Miami
his hits count. Speaking of leagues, the Everglades Everglades and LaBelle's basketball Dick Vance-Warren Sack. the large crowd that Is expected team got a solid hit off
The Pirates seem bound and Conference Is In the teams out on a limb man battle for the club champion Thursday night. Na- Feigner.
determined that Billie should twilight of Its brief existence. starting with the 1965-66 season East Naples Minor League ship at Big Cypress Golf and That was fortunate, since the
play third base, and he has Next school year will be the It will be a special hard Country Club, with Vance win. only players besides Feignerare
gotten used to It. Playing last for the league as It lines ship for Everglades, which, if ning 3.2, was an exhibition of Butch Hughes long-time shortstop Jerry
almost any position, he would up now. you can Imagine Is even more good gall, said Big Cypress Pro Jones first baseman Al Jackson

be of help to any team, bar At a league meeting last remote than Naples. Season Opens Monday NightSix Phil"Vance Darbyshlre.shot an unusual rouhd, May Make State and catcher Bill Kehrer,
month unreportedby a SS a relative In his
none, In the Pittsburgh sys previously newcomer
off the(airway In 16 holes
never ,
tern. A little seasoning In the any newspaper,the Fort My Previously operative only In teams and 90 boys are Chuck Vance, Chris-Tal Far said Darbyshlre. "He was one All-Star GameButch third season with the team.
minors will funher strengthen ers Jayvees resigned from the basketball, the Everglades all ready for the start of the mer's Market, Hal Vance; Food over at the end of the match." All but Jackson, a Rhode Islander
conference. That reduces the Conference steps Into the track East Naples Minor Little Lea Bank, Herb Fries; Scholtz and The first hole was halved, Hughes, one of Ever. come from the Pacific
roster to five schools: Ever world Tuesday afternoon with gue season, which begins Mon- Son Painting Wilson Whldden; and Sackman won the second files \High! School's finest players northwest
Title glades, Immokalee, Alva, the first (and probably last) and Turner and son Boat Yard with a par to take an early has an outside chance to Feigner's fast ball Is faster
Companyof Moore Haven! and LaBelle. The conference track meet at Alva. day.One game will be played each Norman Weeks. lead. Vance took five, seven and compete In the state high school than that thrown by base
Naples Jayvees' basketball team was Participating will be runners night, Monday through Friday In the following schedule, eight but Sackman copped nine, all-star game In Gainesville Au. ball's Bob Feller. He also
hopelessly outclassed by all and field-event men from Alva, at the Shadowlawn diamond home teams are listed first. and the turn was made with gust At I.a meeting In has a variety of trick deliveries
VIISTHAtTS F. CRUWS other league schools last sea Immokalee, LaBelle, and Everglades Teams and managersare April 20-24, Boat Haven- Vance 1-up. Vance shot a one. West Palm Beach, Hughes night was pitching behind his back
I'vp nnril Iltdx.Ml son.Three Immokalee appears Boat Haven Naples Rex ENCA, Farmers Mkt-Food Sackman over.par had 37 38.on the first nine, picked by coaches to be the al. between his legs,throwing from
2.6ors present members, strongest of the four. Davis East Civic Bank Scholtz-Turner ENCA- second base,and pitching blind
till fifth Ave., So.w. ; Naples Assn.. Shooting golf in the style play. ternate player representing District
Moore Haven Immokalee and Of Interest hereabouts, but Farmers Mkt. Food Bank- ed at the Masters, Vance won 11. A boy from Delray Beach folded. He and his teammates
L J, 0. Alva, will compete In footballIn previously unreported Is 2 Women's Teams Scholtz. the 10th and 13th holes, matched edged out Hughes by one vote on swing heavy bats, too,and their
Napier, the recently-formed Caloosa the EvergladesConference all- April 27-May 1, Boat Haven- strokes with Sackman on the next the fourth ballot for the right to whole show is a guaranteed
1" .. Conference next fall. Ever league basketball team, which Tie For First In Turner, ENCA Food Bank three holes and closed out the play In the game. crowd-pleaser.
rr.a glades and LaBelle do not have was picked last month. Butch Boat Haven Scholtz, Turner- match at 16, with a 3.2 victory. If the Delray boy can't com.
1 football teams. All five schools Hughes of Everglades the lea Beach Club MatchOn ENCA, Boat Haven Farmers Sackman, former Long Island pete in the all-star game for
gue's high scorer, representsthe Tuesday, April 14,the mem. Mkt. champ, had trouble on the greens, some reason, Hughes will get Legion Baseball
hers of the Beach Club Women'a three putting three of them when the chance. The all-star contest
league champion Gators.
May 4-8, Farmers Mkt matches the best basketball
Golf Association play.
played a four his putter "turned sour.
Other all-conference picks ballbest-ball Tournament.Therewere Scholtz, Boat Haven Food era from north Florida and south
LOOK NO FURTHER were Lamar Pollock of Immo two teams tying for first Bank, ENCA Scholtz, Food Florida. Meeting Monday
kalee, Miller Couse of Moore place. The winners were Haven, Jimmy Manning of Alva, McCune.M. GUfilUn-K. Farmers Mkt. CLEVELAND Tenn. (AP) sharpshooter, Hughes led Coach Night At Park
and a tie for fifth position be- Woodill; and the team of L Mont. May 11-15 Food Bank Dr. Jack Adams, t Cleveland Phil Larson's Gators to a 23.9
You'll find no finer homctltc In the central NapUt tween. ..MI.ke..Golns. and Mike, gpme ry.K,'Radabaugh.A.C apbll! ? ENCA Farmers iMkt-Turner,' dentist filled a pavityJust) for record durtgjbeJ963.64.baa., Prospective members of the
j Stinnett of LaBelle. All of and L. Brown-carding a ndt&' '. fuh. tie scored I hole-lmone on ketball season. He scored '543" American Legion baseball team
than ENCA It Boat Haven Food
the 150 of
area 100 feet lot ,
by lovely on the llth hole of the Cleveland
these boys except Couse per Second place wlnners"eTe If; points in 31 contests for a 17.5 will meet at 6 p.m Monday In
Turner Scholtz Boat
Golf and
the northeast corner of First Street, South, and formed once In the Naples gym Kernell.E. Marsh E. Paul and Haven. Country Club. average. the Gambler Parkgrandstandtomake

Third Avenue. Just a block from the beach. this last basketball season. N. Johnson with a net 64. 18-22 Scholtz Farm plans for laying a sound
$9,500 terms Immokalee has obtained a The nine-hole group played,a May financial base for the team this
; best-ball ers ENCA-Turner, Farm
new football coach and details threesome. The winning New NY Shea Stadium'sScoreboard season.
Mkt Boat
team in this event was made up ers Haven Turner-
"We want to the
will be available soon. of I. Klauder-G. Keely.and C. Food Bank, Farmers Mkt get money
45,4 Everglades Is looking for a Blair According to a spokesman ENCA. problem out of the way beforeour

AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS basketball coach to replace Phil for the Women's Golf Assocla. May 25-29, Scholtz Food first practice," Manager
Can't SpellNEW Rollle Rice "That
Larson. tlon, Mrs. D.Adam.was awardeda Bank Boat Haven Turner, says. way
silver golf with Mrs.E. we won't have to worry aboutIt
pin along
The 1964 IISGAomen'lI' Open Scholtz ENCA, Food Bank- "
golf championship will be held Marsh for having had the Farmers MiktTurmer Scholtz, YORK (AP)-First we signs warning against dlno. later
305 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2.2124 at the Sun Diego Country Club greatest reduction in their handl. end of first half. find out that Cassius Clay can't saurs. Rice Is figuring on a nucleus
Chula VUta Calif., July 911. caps since last Fall. An error June l-5Boat Haven ENCA add. And now It turns out that One fellow said he Just fol. of at least 20 boys who
was made in naming Mrs. p. the new Scoreboard at the lowed directions in the parkinglot will try out for the 16 placeson
'" ': >, :i,'': Stevens as winner Instead of Mrs.D. Farmers. Men Food Bank spanking new home of the New and wound up behind a bull. the team. lie bases that
Adams. Scholtz Turner, ENCA York Mets can't spell. dozer and couldn't get out for figure on the number of boys
2 Bedroom 2 Bath The second qualifying round of Farmers Mkt, Food Bank But there Is one thing you can 20 minutes.But who turned out for a preliminary
Compare! the Beach Club Championship will Scho Itz. still count on In this Inconstant once in the park the cltl. : squad meeting Friday,
: be played next Tuesday, April, can't win. must have been 1m.
June 8-12 Turner Boat world. The Mets still zenry plus others who have expressed
900 Sq. Feet continuing on consecutive days, Haven ENCA Food Bank Even in the TaJ] Mahal of pressed by the multicolored, Interest In but
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri. ScholtzBoat Turner- baseball.The multl-escalatored and many.res. playing
day of next week The members Mets, already snuggleddown tauranted palace.At to attend Friday.
ENCA Boat Haven Farmers
are to make their own pairingsand In their old tenth-pUce any rate, they even applauded The team plans to solicit con-
starting times, beginning at Mkt.June home by virtue of two defeatson the mayor when he tributions from Individuals and
j 8:30a.m, 15-19, Farmers Mkt- the road came home to new was introduced. businesses! to build up a workIng -
BUILD cas HOMe. BuV ALM11"ND" Mitke\ Mantis of the :New' YorkYankcc Scholtz; Food Bank Boat $25.mllllon Shea Stadium Fri. They Introduced several fund out of which the com
start the I 1'I6 Haven, Scholtz ENCA, Turner day to open It up before nearly members of the Hall of Fame ing season's expenses will be
.oNVOMINIUv) 50I"on) .
with a 109 lifctima battingsvtraar Farmers Mkt, Food Bank- 50,000 enthusiasts. too, and put their names up on paid. Equipment and travelingcosts
Turner. Most of those enthusiasts had the Scoreboard, which spelled will a
require good sum
ConstructionCYtq 1 !10 Sao i-! 13 Sao _n__ _--__ -_ -_ been on safari a good part of some of them wrong. of money.At .
the morning. They had been The Scoreboard gave the total
a district baseball
Lot 4 ooo "c.\ude\ part of a monumental traffic of hits for each of the six men
ed Jam. Everything is monumentalat -Zack Wheat, Frank Frlsch, meeting next Sunday In Puma
I"'duc Luke Appllng Max Carey, Gorda, the season's schedulewill
Central 1 Neatb" Shea Stadium.
.Included:: (RexaU) ORIGINAL Thousands of motorists i Heinie Manush and Bill Terry be handed out. The sea-
Wall t" Wdl I carpet (OQJ backed up as much as three -and It turned out that all of son will start the week of June
Ihclu4 ed miles on the mass of arteries them but Terry had more hits 8.
Decoratrk ( hcluded! Included leading to the ball park even in their careers than the Mets Boys who are 19 years old
Included, I took to abandoning their cars have had. or younger and are InterestedIn
Ana along the shoulders and began The top five were all over 2,. playing can contact Rice.
nc.Juded.t t walking to the/ stadium. 500 hits, and the Mets didn't Persons
Landscaplh8 l I wishing to give financial
Finally, the jam became so achieve them en masse until '
12..D \ aid to the team can con-
Pr i've massive that police appealed to last Thursday.A .
-00 tribute to the American
I radio stations to ask fans head. man apologized for the
:117.00 Jg ing for the ball park to try oth. Scoreboard's spelling. He said it Baseball Fund.
er methods of transportation. was due to electrical shorts. .
NCE Some fans did. Some dldnt There also appeared to be a TERMITESSWARMING
11 IM"TE MON LY MAINT' 'N Some stopped off at the concerted effort to keep news
World's Fair, which Isn't open of the outcome of the game ?
,de P'iintin0 5'ao yet. Police put in hurried calls from the outside world.
for towing equipment to get the No telephones or press box
YArd Svo z5 0 OWater cars out of World's Fair sites, telegraph wires got installed
\\3.j. f tisa but had to give It up. The city due to a last.mlnute union Juris. 1i'i
of New York does not have that dIctional dispute.
T4Yes.. lnSUrdnce.0.00 1 a much towing equipment Only one phone was workingIn
Inside the Taj Mahal, It wasa the whole place in the
5"0 0 little like arriving at a cock Mets' ticket office. cal iiI'
tail party to find the hostess Word was flashed over It that I
with her hair still up in curlers. the Mets bad lost, 4.3. i rrrw '
TO GET FULL INFORMATION ON ALAMANDA CONDOMINIUM 1 t Parts of the outfield were so And even the Scoreboard I
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Announc.m.nrt 33-Servi Offered 38-Autos For Sale 48-Apti. For Rent S7-Houi For Sale 61 Income Property ol Nupins I" ..cord.nCl with fttte 1I10 bOt..n against you fc,

: tho accoSted Popos.l. Should Ills tho ..".f dtminded in tho rom
M .Is.rs but (| lbs 80RII. I ho un.h.d 01 'or tonI 00 p.' 1 bdrm I bath hom.50' from HUNuHY Bidder fail la enter Into plaint
Sprno Spi Op.n d.ly: 8"h SEA WALLSCONCRETE We INVITE YOU .50k Inqu" II 104S C.h batch Cantral haating and air Rntturant for tal*. 117.000 the Contract tha cartifiad check DONE AND ORDERED al tNaplta ..,
foot lunch. dno. Dnn., by Rd l24I II 15.000 down Tom McBrid the Bid, Bond shall b forfeited
WOOD ROCK cond Marlowa and Back Rttl or Collur County Florid this
rll. only. WY 146111 ./If bt TO SHARE I bdrm turn.55.0 apt Naarkaach tort 413 Ith Av*. So. Ml I 2 U2I Hullor. 132 Park St So Ml ..a liouidtled dtmigei. Th* luccata. the 10th diy of April A 0 1964

PLAZA BEAUTY Foundation Piles S/tth.tfCharming 2f.M4 3/lOll ful Bicldir shall lurnith Perform /MARGARET T SCOTT
SALON OUR SUCCESS! and thoppmg Weekly __ _
monthly or year around Midway C.n'rally scaled laundry and nee Bond in the amount ef one Clerk of the C rcult Courtof '
1626 E. T.m..ml Trail, Docks-Mooring Whips lOose 1/lltf' little baamad tilling adloiniog, .10. building with hundred persent 1100%) of the bate Collier County Florida
Midway Ml S usinass is gnaall The saw 2 bdrm hOmo on largt Incom. Marlows and Beck bid at the time of elocution of the SMITH. CARROLL. VEGA: :

WILLS HAIR SAGEN Automatic drydocktABBOTT Chrslen, Corporation cars ... ituddtd lot. Laatad for PS rite par R..llor. ClJ 5th Avo. 10. MI Contract BROWN 4 NICHOLS
All b..nch.. FASHIONS tailing lika hot cakat Coma" In 19-Hou For Rent month |9 500 tarma Burton 21111. ./.... The Bid Bond and Performance Suite II, Belch Building

417 Sili "A5 yitrV'So. today and tike a tail drove IsIs .'0'. Mj2 2121 '/'.tf Islander Clou Bond shall be oblaintd, from ane Nipl.t, 'Iorld.Allon.y. .
MI Sian.3BoatsMotors. Radio Road .tr el your choica Apartmintt to ncy er a luraty or InturanceCompany for Plaintiff'
RENTALSHOUIIES YANKtE LANDING. Coop bitch and shopping Owns III, which shall have 12
6041 74953 14479 IJ Oldt Sterlr I dr en etttblithmint Apr It 7.1. May 1 1964 i I
hunting Comptra tha good ttrmi Marlowa and Back of k :
hdte PS t "B. auto akcitingnaw or plica usinas. m
Acc.i. windows ...t. WW concapl in watarfranl Co. Htaltor. 411 sIlt Av*. Bo Ml the State of Florida. shall b* duly NOTICE OF INTENT: ON T.
VIC'S SHOE REPAIR Com Air I3S9S 00 APARTMENTSFURNISHED. opt on Chatapaaka Aol in Oytttr 25221. J/. IIIf licented to conduct butmttt therein, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMI

YACHT Plata Shot Strvica Dyaing andrafm lay Sea it IIOnrll" CallBurton KINGSTON APARTMENTS" and thai bi icciptibl la th* Th. unarti ni '
BROKERAGE ,thing 125 5th Ave SoNapltt 12 Chin Bal Airs VI AtPS Bros MI aft.rhours. NEW IS unit apartment loctttd OwnerAll lily thit 1k. ,il.i.i
UNFURNISHED. yarnon g I'
Complttl Ntplet l Lilting II Falcon. R &Rancharo H" I owner I. 11199 00 YIAR. U"'SON.J. MI 2 JU7 J/I7.11 on Gulf Short Drivi Mirlow work shall b* complttid In Prootrlr Maintinince b. ". ,-" ii

*me Inboard Boat From 20I RENTALSRollauay Slick .y-Ownar' 2 badroom v e *. and Beck Realtors, 411 SlIt Av*. Accordance with tht Plan. ind Ntplet Florida' under lIre < i I

Bob Marlin MI I 37b7 II' Corvat AT both tops and 19501 DYCHES, REALTOR urnnhtd houta. tarraiio floort. S*. Mi 21112. 1/ltlt Spiciticiliont which may ba ...m. name of "' .01.. Property M. ,,'-
Brunh Smith CII". Craft S.IH ined in the Olf... of the Citv Man .
& Baby lads t tone... PEW WW hIs bath carport utility room inn "nrt thai said lirm .n ""i."
iNCOME TAX" SPECIAL Dos badroom furnished cottage "aer. Ntplit Flondt *r W R of the following pertont whmc.and ,0 .
2 4 brrlt 12650 OH' .
1144 3rd 11' 10MI
ScratntJ Cr bt. Hi Chains, 4-Wat.rfront Wilson 4 Fifth
Attociatat. Inc MS
Ulnckton Sea Shift Flying Chrysler' Wagon z.zu n.... Good rantal Income Property placet et mud.nc.n nlowt n. '
Bridge. tuning chair.. hud, Strolltrt. Porta Cribt PS PB WW Saw i/sift Low down paymant Call 2 3191aflarlooiM Ananui Sooth hapl.s, Flortd. h.... .
1. 224 H P Gray Marine Paint 1995 00 4/10 frl I.a.tfLOvtly WATERFRONT" bath.. known as tho Eemnaan. A Ronald C Huntir
hId i olSon for B..ultful. I hka, saw CBS Du. CONDOMINIUM ..1 of Contrtct Doc umonts b.
Eicellent thtpt Riductd to nttdt untxptctadguattt II Auttin. I Owner 495 00 fully lurnithad ] b.in-; may Ills Coconut Circle, W
plan Lange badroom with twin, 1250 Iq It 2 bdrm Obtained nt the above addrattttunon
StrainApartfXinl Htdv M
13.500 Clth los quick lilt Huntir
II Buick LiSibrt 4 dr. btdt: 2 bath homa, itawall. air con.
walk ,
in clotatt. tilt balk
BURTON BROS. Ml I {121 or Hi At. PS.. R t H dInned Btaut,fully I landicapad luauousuOpoislwool. dapotlt ol twenty dollarsiSI IllS Coconut Clrcll. W
13937. 4/17tf Dal'vary 4 pckup service, Sharp |1795 00 with sliding glass doort livingroom 125 000. Encallanl financing III 0110 will I.nacre P 001 oar tat, sconalundabls. Own.rthip of Naples Pmpertt
kitchan ft dmatta AirtiondImonsd O *o. loll r Ph ; ,
1937 No bidder man withdraw bar a Manl soonc. It at follows
1Pont Star Ch.al 4 drAt .. Cap Burton ImpanalProptrtat
alactne htat City, '
J/I'" '
WANTED '' period of tut0) divt after the
THE MI 22121 .. Ronald C Hunter SONHtdy
20 12 Chris Craft See Skiff good 9.ldu3id MI 25101 I owner lactoryair 179500 wattr,P \\:1: 1,111. Adulta Niplal'' n.h' hou" Ml' I.193?. 3/7.tf Ucel"fully lurnithid 1 bdim/ dells.I for opining thi Bids M Hunter 50% 0
cond Buyer wsilin5. Bob 2 btth homt. ProDotilt skill be tubmitled 'Intrlnliteti It It .
II VI Ambassador TANHEE'S LANDING seawall, air con. our mnlnntmic> Imi.cyl"
Martin Ml I 23757arunn wagon | to dilnnad, BMutifully on Proootil Forms fur the Clerk ef the r, Cat ,
Rip-Rap Seawalls factory air PS.. PB. ",oom. A" condmlman/ng, / and tally now concaplion in walar Itndtcap rtu t I
Smith Chrit Craft Silo RIM 159500 wall circulating h...... front Co op on Cntttptik Avl: .d. 125000 Enctllint financing, nnhed at Dart of th* Specification and for Collier' County Fi, ,, at
4/17,19 and Rock Groins 10 Buick LtStbr I dr porch. utility Largatcrtanad room frpm 17500 to 115000 lee it Call Capl Burton, 'Imperial aitri conies of which in avtil laSh. reamer the said, name of N.( '. .
Propirtiat. Ml 2 2121 attar fli thi Olfic' ef ISO E PrepottU
PS PB, AT and Cam today. or call Burton Brat Ml I n.ln.er Property MImI.nan'r. 'nilei the
Busintu Cnsasala neawalts decbo.piars R4H thirp 149500 nithad carport. Call Ml ii770 lst.ly altar fur 2121 tftar hourt Ml 21324DU hour., Ml 2-3937 l/2 .IfVANKlc will bi tubmitted in tailednnvelooea I rvmone ., Chattel 20951 Llwiet

Opps. and .,..n. 10 Lincoln 4 dr Ht Camp I P M ./1..1f 1/27.11 'riANOlNQ"Coop add retted la the City Flerida. Ads of '1941K
Equip w fact air, >ClT: L;i;ir ;t TUpiaV; buntlngr Comptrt th* ociting 00*'laaen. Cllv Hell. Niple.. Florid. turn our hand, thi* 10th day
Local bunniit man would Ilkato i MARATHONDREDGING I ewntr abova av 1715 00 { bdrm houtt furnIshed. .1.0 baamad calling. 2 badreomi. ntw aoncapt in wtttrfront Co onll marked Storm Water Pumping of April 19M
buy BOini butmitt, with, 50 Oodga Plonaar Wagon I bdrm houta furnIshed Call on. tida rtntad for |SI 50 Mart opt on Chattpaaka Ave In Oyt SIMIon Bid" RONALD r HUNTER

emaIl c"h outlay Writs Boa CO. VI At. PS., R4H 109500 Ml t 3191 after 515pm. gags paymanta |M. Yours far tar Bay See It today or call The City of Naplet. Florida, ret bEVY M MIINTIR

Ill RR Collier County News 59 Crown Imperial. 4 drHt .. NEARLY RENTAL II.500. Call Burton Brra Ml Burton .'0'. MI 22121 alto .rvt thi rmht la rated any end Apr 12 "19 21 M.y I 'OM fl
I'JZ.St.13Help. ; hour, Ml 2 3137, J1Z7.1f all ,.,d.. to Inlormdilii, -
Dradfa, Drag-line ., ancall cond _2I2I 0'_MI I-'J7. '"7,if mains lart -- --
and Butler Work I owner 121900tl UNFURNISHED I bdrm Itt irtvirtii* end to xnird the Contract Sealed bIds will be -. r..v. -
Caddy 4 dr OaVllltHt bath ratidanct. 1105 par mo OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS In the b.., I nl trttt of the the Commlttienert of the N ,
Want. Female Airport Road MI 2-4323 fact air 179500 J W. DYCHES LESS THAN |?.000 CASH WILL 65-Gen. Real l Estate Own. Ntolet Pin Control, D,tt'ict H .Ii

59 Old. II 4 .,. Hdtp. AT. 1144 Ird 81 SoMl BUY A MODERN I BEDROOM THE CITY OF NAPLES building Widnetday, May Ith it I
BEAUTY OPERATOR NU WAY SPRAY CO.-5pny PS. PB auto window MI J ,.51 2 BATH HOUSE: IN Spiclout thru btdroom tastily Naplit, FlnrliliBv lOOP M Ion Ills 111'0" of .lheidqutrttn

J,. amen,or beauty operator Painting with Interlock tonI seat, Poll dIre EXCLUSIVE. AQUALANE homo near school and shopping V. P. WOOD. Jr on South Street. Pi"ieRiriai
w.nt.d. Write Boo 1/J7SS Col ravair our tpac,alty. clean 149500l Two bedroom l houta unfur'nithad SHORES BUYER ASSUME 112.100. City MintgtrATTEST

liar'_____County N.w. 4/lb.bl FREI. ESTIMATES Lictnttd > Ford Cuttomlma ancapt ttovt and rolrig, PRESENT MORTGAGE. OWN. For a complite "litl and toitifi' alion.
Young ticritiry for law ollict a Spooned Art Icllullh., Mid. f dr. R4H tuck 49500M orator. MI 2 1121. Th"o" Rid.. ER WILL TAKE 2ND MORT Thru badroom Mooring homo Eltie Lehman .. centact Jthn Shuff Cammntiontr
E require Ml S 4200 way 0 4504.Teiaptten. Plymouth Savoy 2 dr 1119.11 FOR BALANCE CALL dr conditioned-Niw $24,750 City Clark ind Fire Chief. Post OfficiBo. ,
4 ifllnot: wagon VS. stick 54500SI MYERS FLA Apr II It I9M IllS IOU
ansoanin I sarvicoCIsC Plymouth 4 drR4H .. RENTALS COLLECT FOR DETAILS AND Waterfront' apartment lot ".'00 The Committlonera" retervr the
Eo p.ri.nce d dnntal.nninlaslor small tIlts with sun APPT. TO SEE HOUSE
trainee for N.pl.. Dintitt Apply 5 pacaao d eacaplionist sarvica stick 49500 I bdrm furnished house, N David C. Jones RultorJSI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CiOhI ,to rtitct my end ill kids with,
or wilhMil' end/or
by Icltar to boo 1737 UU Call 0 4351. Ntplat. 115 mo round 1 BR 2 BATH CBS Fifth Av*. So I2TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'IN AND ciuie to 0 ipt
pIP yaar tht bid thit 'in Hi ludimtnt WII be
Collier County Niwt 4/1'.11 WOOD CHRYSLER > bdrm. f bath homa. unlurnIthad MODEL HOME Ml '.'Uft f OR COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN ,in the belt Inltrett of tIle Out, ,:t
btcrittry wanted for imilFil Tune UpsHeadlight PLYMOUTH INC. I blk from Sth Av*. built Ha* laundry In ,room acr, porch, 2037 luntd Fire Com...,.. ,",.<.'<.
fic. Mutt b. abla to lake die II2S par mot ranga and ovan. dlth end Edw..' J. Hallicy. PritidtntQtorgi
Aimingaa washer, disposal, 2 OE
tation and .... 2640 N. Trail raw cy .
op. an alactrictypewriter MI 21551 '" 1111' lot on HALDERMAN THORWARO Gutter, teey Ireet.
Sand re.uwetoBo. bd,,,,. furnlthad homo sea air Conditi anon. and all
: AAA I< CREEK 2 badroom, I bath Plaint ills John skiff Fire Chief
service Circular
: drapanat drIve, and
1)1 JJ. Collier' Saa Gala school Availabla May
County Nawt
horn, Lot alone worth asking, VlMILDRED Apr 12 It. 21, May 1. 1964 Jtl02
40 only I block to ISo Gull Maka
4/1.11 -Autei Repair o Parts 7. 1100 par maI .
NAPLES, ESSO offar and assume m pavmtt of prict Sit ut today on thitwlttrfront P. PURVIS ./k/.

14-Htlp Wanted Male $90 par mo SIB SIll Av. So Ml' 24151 "AND ALL

Filling, Mali Onettendanlw,lb Honored At 1 bdrm, I b.th'homo with alova tIS: It ousoan d hat aocellanllocollen HALFWAY.. CREEK I1ISOc INTEREST OR LIEN UPON IN PROBATE
ptntnca Mu.t ba honttt 34Transport.tionH..b and ..,. on lake In Sorranto .14.000 I bdr", .. a h THE REAL PROPERTY HEREIN IN RE: ESTATE OF
Central Citiai Service Ctntral JIM'S SUNOCO Gardens. Sin par mo bath, den, aolra .hower. c.n. lie Napla koutn and Modtr DESCRIBED OR ANY JAMES HENRY BURRUSDeceittd.

ba Trail 4/3' party to drove I to ton Many other rtntalt 1.II..t./ power, ..1... wall, Homes on ditpfey' PART THEREOF

NEEDED AT ONCE Full truck 10 Chicago All op paid Lifetime Mufflers CARIBBEAN REALTY, nan TV 4 FM Scraanad car rant on'sell' Delendenti NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
or 'R.m.mk.r1 of
ceefolo of the ettite
part lima man or woman to 4/19 Rtfarancat raquirad Ml 2.4125 J50 N. Trail Ml EII55Curnnhad port By owner Ml 2 2711 4/lt 1 :0c ctb..y NOTICE SUMMONS OP SUIT JAM I' HENRY BURRUS decemd.era.hereby .

larva Watkint cuitomen in Na Naples Fla. haste tar rant Air LaaoIIIe OlIn Le.II SnoanVIrgil THE STAIE..0K FLORIDA T.Q, .1tlOmfisItlky MfkiflfUAfV t*
plat flood-mcm*, No ,invett FtaliabN party wlnted to drivacar ..'/n..:._ .:,, .'' '- ...... '. _. 56-Lors for Sale Mireum Bob Jaeger MILDRED P PUNVIS /k/a fil* any claima or demAndt wh h ,
ment Sat your own hourtWrit. to Pitttburgh Any lima Party j Pantry |7S per: mo Ml MILDRED CANTRELL may have ...inns aid. eelel
C R Ruble. Dapt A 1, during month of April. MI f.U4> 2 4491 or 1141 Frank Whitman Choica' building loll for tal.. DEWEY POLLY Ml Coloma Court the elfici ef the county ludgtCollier of
P. O Boo 2447 Mamphit Tanntua 41-Trucks Tractors .Ivd. '/'I,1t High' and dry loIn In Labs Park Rock Fall, I'l.noit County in the eevrt
4/21 1.1t ..... Watarfrant loll In EtitcrnShorat REALTY AND ALL PERSONS haute al! Cnl Niplit. Florid, withIn .
3 8-Autos For SateVOLUME block frets court nouat. 2
end Aqualan MI 2 1121Thar CLAIMING ANY ESTATE" tl> etlmdir month from th*

15-Sales Help Wanted TRUCKS bedroom... el,*tarnIshed*. heet. ally heuie wtttr. Air. on Ridga 4/1t.1t Corner af lit Ave No. 4 RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST dale if line firtl' publ ol.en demand af mutt thunotic
Etch claim
Your Choice 295.00 ruttr month plus utilltitt 200'>130' lot on No: Side of Temlaml Trail REAL PROPERTY HEREIN b* In writing, and mutt mil thi

no- pelt. Ml I 24002Bteutiful Tarry St. Bonlta SP,... Just Ml .24391 DESCRIBED OR ANY place of' rood ondoari d po"l"iffi i
MALE Oil FEMALE We Are Now A Volume N T. Ch.y. W.lk.'n' ...-C 'Ou. wait R R. trtcka Zonad for PART THEREOFDEFENDANTS. address 01 the cliimint 8"d
MUST! BE I.ICENSE1)REAI Dealer No Reasonable I T. f.d Walk in plea: 'th twin ratal) ttorai and ofllcaa. 14 BIll GREETINGS b* tworn to by th. claimant. t
I'I'I Call
bedt: kith Ml 2 4703 or 2 1141 P0. You are hartby notified the Sroc.oding gint. ar hi attorney S nr it will,
ESTATEBE Offer Refused ALL IN RUNNING with Hiding glatt doort. living Bon 122. Naples. Mr*. H. W PUBLIC NOTICi to flunt. title hat bun become void according to law

13 Fairlana 2 dr. slick 1795 00 CONDITION WITH room, kitchin 4 dinette, Air Cochran '/1.1.T brought in th* Circuit Court for DATE "April IS. 1 IM4

YOUR OWN BOSS C2 0.10.5, XL 500 Ht 199500 1964 LICENSE PLATES conditioned electne' heal Citywal.r aattla .t.t.. Lot I II. BlockK Collier County ""rlct.. ....n.t ill AGNES BELL BURRU'
lOtS 00 |7I yeirly, "Adulti. no Eilanaon NOTiCE: TO CONTRACTORS pirtoni claIming my eitili right.title C .""ul,," of the will ef
12 Ranault
EXCELLENTPROIOSITION 12 Fairlana 4 dr Your Choice $295.00 ret*tie. P.O. loa 43 Neplt RI:iANR'd.fAL 3/50 .ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS or Intirttl 'In, er Inn upon JAMES HENRY BURRUSDeceattd.

VI lika, new lOtS 00 No._Trill MI 2 1155.. 7/1 111Lot STORM SEWERS 4 PAVING th* following diK ibtd reel prop.arly. .
II Ford Country Sodas 1495 00 FURNITURE FAIR For Sale, incedod Lot soar Silled "'0.1. will be receividet iituttl in Collier; County FlorId Apr It 21 Mlyl. 10. 5054 __ _t:1: !'

'ALL MI :!'JtVi:!:! II Falcon 2 d,. wagon 1295.00 50-Rooms For Rent Bliadoolawn' Bchool at scale. the Office of th* City Manager, *. to wit:
.t Hill, 711 Eighth Strut South LEGAL NOTICE
NO. TRAIL42Machinery Better
I 2711 1Buch Skylarkpowar ., Easy Teems. Cell Lot IS, Block I. Naples
IM5 00 :4linwiy 2 bIll ., sos City" of Ni*)**, Florida, until: 10 00 Hornet it recorded In Plat Book NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

11 Comet 4 dr. lika lots 00 ',ohl, pssrSable A M Iltlirn/ Slindird Tim onWednetdiy 0. Page lOS Collier County Reordt < NotIce I Is hereby given, thu 4
Available saw Equip. Room end prlvete balk twin May II I9M it which Florid Public II.aningw'II be held b> Ills
16-Help lO Old. 4 dr air 1295 00 bode 2 blkt from beech. end) in Shorn, with bolt timi and plici ill Bid received and you are hereby required .. file City Council on Wednesday May ICM .
69 Chiv wagon lImb ItS 00 town 242 ilk Ayo... ".ur tlip Ml 2 Mil 4/1I1M9 for th* contlruction, of Th* FirttStill with the Clerk of laid, Court your >4, at 1000 AM. at the I Ity Hell
H'.h .hool d."H 01. 139500
lice woh. .sonor. .holh.nd. lv. 10 Buick Invicta HI. itS 00 GROCERY STORE PORT ROYAL Lot /". OalIton of a Street end Storm Sewer weAl appaerence 5 Ipenonally. orS 73S SIN' Strait South, for th*
59 Chat 4 dr
EQUIPMENTEvarything Driva Far Bali or Trad Improvement Program for tha City said on purpot of httring complalntt or
ittorniyi yl in proctedmg
and worb MIdway '
n. 1.1911 .p..nCl 41417,19 51 Chtv 4 dr VS MS 00 you naad for a 55-Stores Office Wrote 0 J. Harbart 2120 Pott of Napli. FlorIda will b* publicly .r before Ihs llth day of May I9M, ob net,oni te tIts following tlrcetneme
51 Simca 4 dr. itS 00 rotary or aundry store Hold Dtrun, ConnI opined and rud (loud. (which del shall bi not loss thin cntngitllh
Will help you clota your home f Buick t dr. II ft Muttman Dairy DisplayCasa Office No I. 2nd ttory Batch --- LOTS CLOSE TO The work to b* performed coninti tw.nty..ht lOll days nor more Avtnut. North aatt af the

Will mllnUn durnng summer Ht power 395 00 10 ft MarIon Mitt Case_ Building III 10 par Mo 1170 3rd E. BAY SHORE of ipprtaimatlly th. following: thin *i.ty Ml, days, allen the Tamlaml T..IICII.n.
I ft.
month. and ra opan it in line 57 Ford Viet Ht power 49500 -I ft Warran Froian Meat CataI Case St So. Watkint 4 Barkau, 103 Only $ISO .... GULF REALTY 10000 lineal feet of Reinforced i Ittuinei of this' lummont, and .. 'la Orchid Drive
395 00 Savage
tall Rtfarancat' availabla Ml 57 MarcO dr HI I' Hill Walk.m Bon 14'- Ith Ava So Ml 2 bIOS. I CO Its Ith Ava So Ml Cone it. Slorm Stwir thiriiftir lo hI,li tervici on the 'th Avenue,
2.2507 J/17.JI 57 Plymouth 4 dr. 9500 > 4/lt.IfOflica 10.000 lineal foul of RiinforcidConcriti South end Central Avenue
57 Chtv 2 dr Band Saw National Grinder .. 24151 4/121921 opposing C ouns.I and fill with *ndClirk '
Tol.dO Tandaritar 90' T" Villiy GuItar your writttn dltntt. if my. Changa la 0..0.> 'na
23-Misc. For Sale I cyl Hick 39500 Milt Block' 2 Toledo Scalat Spici 12 I II ft For COQUINA LOTT 112' M ISO 41 000 tout r i yards I" CompictidLlmtrock to lIla compliint it th. limos ",.. Broad A venus, South
51 Ford 2 dr. tick ItS 00 Rant at With, wall, Apron 4 bIbs to Bat Primid Gull Avinue
Chingi to to Bay
.A4W Root Baa Machmacomplata per tcnbd by lew, therein telling up
u-u Ii IIMC .I"u 51 Dodga 4 dr. ISO 00 .1650 l dalivarad Colony IJI.: 15 II';; ;'v.O:1: bitch now rtducid to 14.too. ".000 tqutrt yirdt IM\ AtphillllConcrttl the etltte. right titli, or InlintlIn Mooring Unit aJ
51 Chav 2 dr. slick GULF .
Bg I'colors I top EictllanlCond THE HILHOUSE' CO. II REALTY CO. Ml Ith Surlict er lien upon the tbove '..c"b.d Change la one Widg* Way erWde
,lion OnlY $6S 00 il .old seeds motor work 19500 Dick Hill Ava So Ml I ,-."S. 11000 Mutri yards 114'\ AlphlltiC property claimed by you Herein Crlvl

.qucfcly, Ml ? 4I04 alter in pmI 55 Chav I dr. slick hIS 00 Radio Rd. Ml' t 4301 57-Houses For Sale 4111.1" Concrete for Returficlng' hail not, or judgment will h entered:4 I Iigemtl Coquina Sands Unit #2Delet
12 Ford Econolinapickup rusinnt, l's 5th Ane.: Ho Work also Includit: M.nlloili. you by dtfiult ,* Hibiuu, Road end :Sng*
1291 00
Heavy duty Shl HodU T.m. ,jusl off Trail, .t $555 I. ft. Catch 1I.n.. Jun.ton, aoass and WITNESS my hand and teal af I* Muni Drive to last and Muraa
mar and 1IM of heavy duty 12 Chav M ton pickup 1295 00 36-Wanted To Buy ROYAL HARIOR Now ..1 Mitctllintout llructurit ..did latompltlt laid Court et Naplet. Florida this Lane to the north

cord Utid I... than 2 h... 52 GMC Walk in Van 350 00 month, 2 badroom t bath TRAIL FRONTAGE lear 4th th* centlruclion. SlIt day of April AD. .I9M 'I Oriimil Plat

4/1051 25931 Salatman Dick Donation, Tom mattar bath hat daluia d maim g Avl No et 1100 fr. ft. Any'"d received' elton the lime MARGARET T. SCOTT Chingi South Breed four to Sulk
Paala. Elton Davidton Lauran WOULD LIKE TO BUY A room Large living dining ariaAltractivi COLEMAN BOYD Broker aIM dill slated will not b* contid Clerk Circuit Court Line North and chance North
FOR a lob wall dons f..In7cl..n Blue will bring your choice GOOD 7* HP OUTBOARD : afficlant, G E kit M TestS St No Ml 2 BItS arid Each lid mutt be accompanied (CLERK SEAL Broad Court la Broad Avarue.North .
carpal with Blua Luitrt to you. Call Ml I SIns) MOTOR AT A REASONABLE. chin Two ear gangs Cantralhail If lilhstf by e cert-lied chick ar e Bid Bend 57INEZ MAGILL

Rant alactric ahampooor II COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS PRICE SEE GLENN TURNER and air condo Wall to wall ;;;;;; ,;;err i*-on Radio___Reid In en imount not less then tiv" per. Deputy Clerk I Rinamt Circle

Ntplit Furniture Co '/1' Your Fnandly FORD AJ. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS carpating, end custom made It M,. E of Airport snored C.1 cent (1%) af the bt bidgutrtnlei as a WALTER G. SOROKOTY Com""u. Second Strut from <**ntrtl
Wool ctrpitt I necca I. cond MERCURY 4 COMET Otilir I drtptritt plus othar titratBatutifully the th* Biddir will notwithdriw Attorney for PliintiffiII A nodal to llth A n.naa, South
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iso I 310. 12 100 with terms
I-wmtt.upal.il' -Q. W USED CAleb 44 Mobile Homes 'landscaped lot on from compttition alter Ith Avtnut South Continue Gordon Drive I lb Bay
I-wmaliupal.ilI 12 month writtan guarantee ancallant ttawallad watarway Iht opining of the Bid, and If Naples. Florida Road
.'..II Can ba blwn' I 30and Pail I Aer* Let 10 a 25$' awarded. the Contract he will within 8107 I Royal Harbor
-wmt runnar r 24 1951 Jaguar Stdan 195 00 nifo.lin \ Apr II. It 21 May I, I9 4
Want In buy 1'.1.' 10' l"i 12100 .". bal 110
wd. 4 per me
'' : Lint tan ((10)) eonttcutive calondardays
Change Senile Lene
-fray taupe I I >I2 I9<3 Chavy I Nova Wag 1195 00 Call Ml 24509 te Bonite
all with, pads Pint 1100 ,.k.. 19(3 Chavy 2 Nova Sad 1195 00 4lITnailar 2 4021" 4/lt Dick Hill broker altar written none having, LEGAL NOTICE Court chinge Mullet Lana to Mul

them. 2IM Harbor Lana Brooktid 1960 'Impala HT Sodas 149500 milk cabana and CO" 2 bdrm. furnlthtd' houtt---forttl Office et the Iheuie' CoMl been given of such award. inter NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ., Court, Change Dolphin Lane
.. Will conndar ttptraiaiila 1961 BtlAir, Stdan U9 00 port I omen I or sail, Nio, location *. N Naplat sa 500 CAllS. 24303 'Into written, Centric with thi Notice li hirtby gum Ihel Pubhe to Dolphin Court
1111.17.1' 1959 Ponnae Conv 419500 Ml 24151 or 2 *792. BEAN REALTY 3/50 N Trail W11iL! ____ City of Niplei. I In eccordence with, HearIng I will be hold by h'* City I .n'"n' Late lection Port Royal

T;' 'TV, automaTe""waiher. :ins' Pontiae Wag 1095 00 1271 Ml I 1111. "' lha,If the accepted ",opo..l. Should Ihi Council on Wednesday, May I, I'M Continut Half. Moon Walk and dwlall
Ramington Standard typawritar 959 Chav VI Wagon lots 00 : II* a 150' Multi Family 'lot lucciittul B'ddtr feil I* enter Inte .t 10 10 AM at the Cly Hall / Anchor WayV .
909 Chav I Cy Wagon 195 00 $4 509. 112 7th Ave So Ml the Centricl the certified cheek ill Ilk SInaI South, far th* purlectiono P WOOD. Ji
Wickar 2J717. rackar, book 4/1'thtivatMl Zl zz.n 962 Greenbriar Wag ISIS 00 45-Trailers For Rent II out of IS of our rttirtmant 2171t_ 4/11.11.21 er the Bd, Bend shall bi forfntedit posa 01 :oaeiegc tmpiamnts ar sb City ManagorITTESY'
961 Falcon BoOm ItS 00 homes told on Mich,gan AvaOnly liquidated dimigtt The success'IuI t thi lnllowiirg amendmonl -
2T 7en"ith TV::: Baaul,ful cab. Ito, Stu d.balar Sad hIS 00 Trailart for rant Spacial tow 2 remaining at 111470 '". Port Lane Royal Let *3t Lenlarn Bidder shall lurnnh a Ptrformnee to the Zsnieg Ordinenco af Ihe City Ned S Wilson Dtputy City Clerk

mat (45 00 100 or IOU CreWS 1957 Olds. HT Sodas 495 00 raIls to ratiraat and low '". eluding landtctpad lot ttr and WriteMrt : Bond in the mount of one ef Naples. FlorIda: Apr It. May I. I9M illS
R<. "/17 1957 Pontiae Sedan 445 00 coma folks' Trailar spaces IS 00 porch air cond Sat these John C. Tuttle hundred percent 11001 of I". base Revition el lection II 14 SemeHe .
homes bafor buying any ratira' 2329 Tinbhain lid bid it the tint, of elocution ef the ,
1955 Chav St Wig 245 00 par waak Funmg dockigprivilagat ght rogulelionaSiction
Akron U. Ohio CALL TilE NEWS FOR
MAPS mant homtt CARISSEANREALTY ContriclTh "
|9tl Ch.v. HT Pkup 119500 I 4111.1' UN. shall bl amended te
City County Topo list Chav HT Pkup 199 00INGRAM ROCK CREEK 1750 N. Trail Ml Bid Bond and PortormincilBond read a* follow: RlRIIEIt STAMPS
XEROX Copyine intlinlly Low GMAC Rata TRAILER PARK 21155 "' th..1f shall bi oblnnid Irim in Ne building, in en ''f Multl.lam

eA"LES BLUEPRINTING CHEVROLET, 'INC 59-Autloe gincy or a Surety er Iniurinc ily ditinct shall ..co.. thirly ((30))
IU Slit Ava .0. MI 2 Zln 130 Ninth St N. Ml 25105 NICE RETIREMENT HOME lompany "hch shall hana .n is' hoot in he'ght, and no bUlldln.con.ucl.d .
J/IIII Naplat '1.. 48-Apti. For Rent Brand new 2 bdrm CBS *n tiblithment tr pltci ef Salmons 'InI in "F" Multi familydislnia.I
B..ulolul eu.'om wood btch.ACabtoati 'm.1I Trail Tarraca. |IO.9M CARl" FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOtE tIN hi Slats of Flordi shall bi duly. shall, conlun mare thentwe Notice To
N anaetO.4. lOw '.lO' Furmftid apt for rant 10thAV BEAN REALTY, I7SO N Trail ON ROAD SURVEYED I licinted te ctnduct butinit* therein ((2) dwilllng floor
ed. ,Inmadilla d."v..y MI AIR CONG 1961 DODGE VI. S 4 tin It Collar, County Ml 21155. ,/' Ih..11 110 00 DOWN AtgwJO "M A I ind shall b* icctptiblt I I. lbs ARCHIE TURNER
.7Boll J/lOIf "AUTOMATIC POWER STEERING Raal Ettiti Ml 2 1919 apes MONTH. AND I Owntr Mayor
MAY TAKE TRADE SEE: bundiyi '/14 BECK REALTORS. 4n 5THAVE. All work shall b* completed. In ATTEST: PoliticalCandidates
Utod golf" clubt All good AT 131 10th AVE SO AFTER I bel,,,,.. 2 bath CSt with \ &0. MI 2 UZI. J/n.1I I ecerdence with th* Plans aiMSpecifications. Nd S. WIlson,

..nd.. Cheap. MI 24747. I- PM. SABALSIIOIeEO. Ara ,large so rain.d porch Double ; M'iT"iii'ii'iiw IN I whici may b. soals. Deputy City Clark
--- -- 111g.enc.asaeala bla Kelly Rd pavad drivaway IH ned in the Office of the City Men :
-_. --- and "Aeaca Ass MI 1 4'U. Rartga ACREAGE ,Apr, It. May 1, I9M #I17
"' ,. aoddad in Sorranle NOW | acr tricti locattdlull a lae.. Naples Florid or W R ,
J/14 II Gtrdant. This it a brand Sail mil from US 4). Wilson 4 Attociitit Inc Mt Fifth LEGAL NOTICE
Read the Want Ads new Whitakar and Nicholas Drive an to inn propirty wildyur Avinu South Nipiei ".',d.. Here. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Fiirsshsd I adrol aol Adults' home. Compiala. IM CA awn car end campara Hai Inefter known at the Engineer. Alit TklciIy Council of the City of All political dmlUrmrntstor /!

.. only Ml 22155 er 21139 ftllBEAN REALTY. 1710 N !/!!! Trail. Ml 2 1151 '/'.Iht.If full pc |7IS. Far nl th* above addrett** i In the Room it City Hall
-- --. further Information Contact upon Jepnnf I..... dollarS (14 M) 1 731, Ilk n"r.: ... South. Naplet I In tli* ncwipiper office by

CLASSiniD DISPLAY CLASSIFiED DISPLAY Efficiencies. Day Week er I bel,,,,. furnished hout far D T' Jena Lola, cue.' In* IMIddy per .... Upon riturn ef Document |Florida. at II: 00 AM. en May I. Friday not Utar than 4 p.m.
Month. IB.II MOTELI) Ml tilt, N Naples' S4 500 CARlB 25140 P0_ Ban ti: n eeceetabie, condition tan dollars I IIIIIOO 194 te hear abjection ef HI In .
po-= 22302 or MI 25155.Faesoatod BEAN REALTY" J7SO N. Trail. Specellao-.c,.. 10 milai C tf ) will be refunded ttretled' parsons to the confirm For midday publication advertliinff
MI 2 $155. ". thill town Clata t* Trail 1149. ptr No bidder may withdrew for a lion If Ihs Preliminary AttettminlRoll copy muit b. placed
[ _APTS. FOE RENT 1 _'..... .paO era Term Collar County Mnod. of airly (M> dirt after the I for .....t lmprsvom.nI.a.RLSOLUTIOF4 .
the day to
U. 41 meal. ...... ,...... ,a.w. blOwn PINE RIDGE ESTATE Real Etlat Ml 21919 OposSundays male tot for opening the Bida I IProootele followt' by 4 p.m. prior
:\ 4 bath Mi 2 M9I '/df I bel,.... 2 bath houtt Fl. roomvvrlooking 4/57. 11.2$ thill .. tubmilltd" .lit NO lOll Pivlng In..rticm. Thla M&t1oweI Bettor for Lisa riolKitt an Proposal Fermt fur of hIs A Santa Parkway bit w tin
Apartmantt lanes lawn and deftdlm and It Is
Qh.T BUT OR loa ,. laka Far Irailar *r homatila *vtr ,'l"hed as pale ef tht Speiiticttiont.t 9th I".", and look Strivt generally
.STUtU ..0Vl.I\ UNTIL YOU IIIYANKEI'LA"D"G Eipantlv* Tandtcapmg MIeluding I icr* trtctt. 2VI acre I tera t, coo,.. if which ... ivlilibl All inleritted persons may IP- to th* advantage of the advertiwr .
palm !
LOll Month citru Irop.cal
$15 Wk $50 trict with and .
alactricity ,.
aoado. ''I tho Offco of tine In'.n. P lIar and hIs" wntlin to
,...::tJ-. ..: E.ctng" unutual, d. firmll A tern trttt, and thrubt Sprlnkltr s. OlSon big .e..... tracla p..... will.. b* ubmmd. in teeled I". confirmetien, of tueh tbjecliont roll. Upon to place the Ad at
,; THE DVPREE APTI. w..1 C..o .v C hsSapc'.. lining wall Ia waif caveat. .'"J..'; 120 .... |20 ptr mo and up a'nnolopo .d..ad t. lBs C"y conclusion: af the Puill Nearing early at pomble 10 that full
A.. 'a 0 vslae Say L.... wIN nsost. Collier County Real Elttll Ml I Mune.er. City Hill Nielai Florid. .
end the ef
making attention be
s4ni.lI.dosigoad Hotpoint ..."... ediuttminit can given to each
=. ; Adults rfngartornd 2)919. Opan
lurtee .
= asIan Os buy lees 1,41 Sunday ,
ind stacked Street and Slims Sew
Auaa4'mmw 2121., ...p,..... Laundry raom, 2/lltfwth t a the .preliminary ......m.nt roll
P.41 23917I ) avtrertiiemtnt.
Ncba. Ptianp( m&caa ll7.!!. Cantral haat Compltta ir lmorvmnt" Bid iTh deemed te ba neceuery by the
Neil a..... ; No Pets 'Od.1 haircoan onfv's.shadI without notation boo thi privacy* fine H ten nIacIn 1500' dn and City of N.".... Florid r*. Council. said preliminary ....... It it a itate advertiiing law
.I APARTMENT witN ..m...... peoponty Solon. yaw boy.CAAIISEAN 1900 pr ", .. n* miaretl live nrvet tko right I* meet my ind rill ".nt roll/. it may .. atiuttid.. shall that all political advertliinc
bitcltas Soar beach asS. shop'' REALTY, 3710 Pd' One mil* from Goldm Gale Bid, to wiv Informalitie to I II cantirmadAfter .
The Hilhouse C5. o FRANCIS A'.E..S. :, r't SEASON OR YEAR Teal. Ml 21159 4/U thttfOPEN CilColhtr County hal: Etttti ;a idvirtite end t* iwrd lbs Con- the confirmatiofl of sad. roll be paid In advance using the

ItIt .. So.. Ml 23313 Ml 219H. OPM Sunday' c''aCt In II.. boil Intereet ef the ins' Ittettmtnt my bl laid wilhm triplicate check form. aa authoriied .
PuMw fMerigt I Ml. I T.V Cable, City Water. FOR INSPECTION 2 2/ltfwth Owner. thirty' day without Intlrt*!, Thirtrttr .-
e* .Airairt e.. Bud. "I O..".. e larga Ml I4N1 All Electric Air Cooled o, Air cond StonacrtftAata. S* batwaan Mh 4 Mh Its 't ACRE haVe FleridiSv three equal ennui lntllmanlt Special portioning of
frost 114. Me t* fITMO WATERFRONT P J,. with
Ul 1-411 or Ml -.lItl.A.r. prices V WOOD. mtereti at |%! par annum Inemes'
bar e \u 11I,1. M water, at- Ad. will not b. Bold and all
_I- Electric Heat, Quiet WILLIAM STONE, INC t City Menegtr the ef Said thirty days
cat *
... 0 ._ arfKiancy and i Mrmtoil ....", *.. Btautiful Gulf gus chow_ by |.*p. ATTEST I:,. del: ef confirmation Ada wilt be given the semi

I Select Clientele Naar kaacM and par |10 M Tanth It. N.. Ml 2 S711 .e.*. Terms grwnd CARIBBEAN17M Sill.... I Elti.. Lehman V. P WOOD Jr carefil' attention.I .
II a month and up. KIMIERLY C::ity Clerker City Meneger
.... DAVIS BLVD ta U I 41 ARTS MI' mi 4/' If F..or.o Rude The NEWS 21191 REALTY" N Tr.,1. Ml .I II. II 19M *lll Apr It May 1. 194 rill
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Daniel Foley, Local Businessmen a :Tr a

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Author, Donates bt olliet, Ntmt6

Books To LibraryDaniel Planning TV Pitch --- -- OeA

J. Foley author and SECTION B Sunday, April 19, 1964
lecturer a recent visitor to

Naples to speak before a meet- For Summer Months County AgendaThe public hearing on vacation Of
ing of the Naples Garden Club portion -of Shore Drive Marco

likes Naples and Is proving a A ke\ netting! will be heldat of t hi'' and relaxation that makes i ('.IIIIUy i Commission Island<1':
"Friend of the Lib my.,' rvs noon Tuesday, at Caribbean >\.reater Naples: a desirable resort agenda [h Tuesday's meeting Ilt30 a.m. Selection of fiscal -
Foley while visiting In Naples ) Gardens, to plan details of the area is as [follows: agent on proposed bond issue -
wss the guest of Mr. and 1964 $ull1mu TV promotional The committee agreed that !Ha.- Reading of board ,
Mrs. John Burnham. Back In prograi i. Naples Is presently missing a minutes. 12 noon Recess for lunch.
his northern home his thoughts At a J'relllllinary meeting last significant part of the boomIng 9:15 a.ll1, -- Report of count 130: p.m. Conference with
returned to Naples "a garden week the TourlsmCommittee of summer season enjoyed by ty engineer County Parks &Recreation Advisory
paradise" as he put It, and to the! Greater Naples Chamber of other I lor Ida communities 10 a.m, Report of coun. Board.
show his appreciation sent the T s Coin'ierc endorsed an expanded The summer TV advertising health and welfare 2:30 p.m. General businessand
Burnhams six books authoredby Summer TV advertising program Is one way of tap 10-30( a.m. Submission d correspondence.
him. He suggested that campaign in those South Flor- ping this market. Not only do plat on Golden Gate Estates. FINAL Approve and pay
they might be put on the shelves ida areas with large numbersof the low pressure TV spots 11 a.m. -- Continuation of bills.
"In the new library Collier visitors and residents[ interested "sell" the summer tourist, local
County Is going'to build." in the general atmosphere sponsors say but they have
The books valued it $6 each great appealtothe year round THREE KEYSto

and treasured as reference material Smathers Seeks resident who wants to"get away
are as follows: GrouM from the rat race" for a week CANCER CONTROLRESEARCH
To Link Reds To
Covers for Easier Gardening* end or a week, as Indicated[ by
The Christmas Tree; Christ IntcgrationistsWASHINGTON the results of last year's summer -
mas the World Over; Toys program.
through the Easter Gar- (AP) Sen.
Ages; Spot announcements of all
land and IntheGood IL George A. Smathers, D-Fla., S Adams,
; Christmas wants to know whether any of lengths from 10 seconds to Dr William at professor _.1
Old r ol medicine at the U CIA, School of
,Days. the Negro integrationist move one minute were run on one
I ne t; Burnnams,surprised ana ,r ments are communist-dominated station (WTVJ) throughout the Medicine, ,, treats leukemia patients, j
pleased at the gift[ will see that ... or communiat! -lnsplred. He has months of July and August. Cost As a researcher,, he is trying to -/
the books get a prominent space MAKING PLANS for askeQ fBI Director J. Edgar of the advertising was approxi- learn ways m which the chemical
pet show in Ciinibm Pink May 2 to be sponunedby
on the shelves In the "new library Hoover for the mat. which
a report on mately $5,000 was raised
of leukemia
machinery patients
," the Collier Counts Humane Society nit from lift Mn( Clifford U en, ter J
Frank Kerrigan, on behalf of zel(, educational( : thauman of tin sotntMn. ( Ruby hoard I of the: Cit nee, Smathers, one of the Southern inesses from some In the community.interested bus has gone wrong, Reason to explore (.

the "Friends of the Library" national I Department pit show' co-chatt'nuin Mis( E \\' Timbeilake, co- senators fighting the House During the period of the advertising new eads lor leukemia control

stated the books were a wel- chairman ; and Mis I/>n I\( II t'I', president: tin nou.n! (NEWS photo) passed civil rights bill, aid In a the Florida State EDUCATION
letter to lloover that"the memo
come gift and noted that patrons Road Department traffic count five yean ago Mrs, Mae Edwards,
bers of the Senate, as well/ as
of the library can donate Pedigee Won't MalterFamily the American people, are en. measured on U.S. 41 between of' 'n"aj' County, N* thought "Pit
books as well as money. Naples and Miami saw an increase d WlliFS Save life ties.
titled to know all/ of the facts In ** C a par Neighbors irerftf
The campaign to raise fundsto this matter." over the previous yearof >' Srv. A! cX ''nv''tedIof coffee( ; early\ cancer
build a new Collier Coun- Pet Fair To Mark Local Smathers said he was acting some 3 per cent, This was r % detection u discussed, pamphlets
ty Public Library will continue "in the best Interests of all Amer. despite a drop In overall use \\mtWSm v are given out t, guests< are urged
through April.School leans, those of the Negro race of the highways round the state ''T'y.JKxJIf' to give similar parties, I In Pinellas
well those of the white
as as indicated by the SRD
race." Ills remarks were made /1KT) ? County alone seven early cancers
MenusThe businesses / \
In a speech Thursday during theSenate's Naples generally / Vi VJspt/ were discovered as a result ofIdea
Animal Shelter /
menu for the week at Birthday May 2A reported a high: level of activity '
Shadowlawn School: 32nd day of debate on [ for summertime despite v)> (A -" I SO Save a life parties has
Monday Meat loaf rice and the bill. the fact that Y caught on all over the U.S.
He aid that "1f, In fact, this the number of out- J
gravy, broccoli, biscuits, orange family pet fair, movies, by other Society board members awarded to three students from danger does exist, the good con. of-state tourists destined for SERVICE
and grapefruit sections. open house and poster eon will be hostess at an each school All posters will sctentlous Negro citizens who Naples apparently declined
Tuesday beef blew, carrots, tests will all mark the first "Open House" at the year- be displayed In various spots are fighting for principles In It Is estimated by WTVJ that Mil Mirofie| Shields, a -
potatoes, cabbage salad, French anniversary of the Humane Soc- old animal shelter and will In Collier County which they believe should be the complete advertising schedule volunteer fur the ACS Illinois ,

bread, Jello w.trult.Wednesday Mrs. Mason'sthird eity's new animal shelter dur- greet visitors with refreshments As Education chairman.Mrs. made aware of the iwsslbtllty reached a total audienceof Division Transportation Corps,
grade: lIamuurgers,tomato ing National Be Kind to An- Including punch and ante Wenzel will also show a film that their cause may be playing some 9.558,300 homes which hasbansporledovse1,000Cancerpatients 1 I
and lettuce lalad.1 mashed: pot a. Ima's Week", May 2-9, and all mal crackers This event will entitled "People and Pets" on right "Into the hands of the meant a cost to Naples of approximately to and from Cook County
toes .gravy, tee cream band of these events are to become take place between 12 and 3 May 6, 7 and 8 at the Carver Reds.Smatheri also said the voters 53 cents per 1000 Hospital i t during the past four
wlches. annual affairs[ as a service of p.m., and the public Is Invi Shadowlawn and Lake Park centl) received by Alabama Guv. homes reached Actual number years, Mother of eight, she takes oA
the Society. ted. schools with a question and answer George Wallace In the Vtlsron. of persons viewing[ the announ- her youngest with her on H ity day.AMERICAN.
The menu fur Naples Junior! The family pet fair and alumni roSTER CONTEST! period following the film. sin presidential primary r"l.re.I'cements would be equal to two
High cafeteila fir the week of reunion of Humane SocIety Also under way Is a "Be She will be accompanied by Mrs. sented "storm wtrntnf* of grow. 1'or three times that numher of
April Monday 20 will Barbecued lx: pork, to. adoptees open to every- Kind to Animals Week" poster Walter Keller, society pre- Ing resentment not Just In the IIbut" I homes CANCER SOCIETY j2
under the chairman- sident and Shelter ut bi the North, .t the
mat wedge, green beans, body from 8 to 96 will beheld contest Manager -
pea<'ties and 11(plums, milk. Saturday, May 2, at 10:30 ship of Mrs. Clifford Wenzel John Wilson who will displayone tattle being bred .-rou the Cancer Crusade T .
Tuesday Oven fried chicken, a.m. In the Cambier Park Ball with students of Carver Lake of the Society's fourfooted country by Ifd..tou." ::: ___ t I r ;;:'
inaslicd potatoes, cabbage salad,, Field. Admittance Is free and park Shadowlawn andS.Ann's friends to the children. He tiled these 4orm warn. Coin ContainersAre
buttered carrots cranberry re.lish pedigree won't matter! Any vying for cash awards. This In the meantime I !, many home racial bags of strife a burr In sot the of next|wi lble few Out Again i .'

jello, bread and butter type pet Is eligible as long as contest will be judged by the less animals at the shelter month which 'juld "'auM this this$ is
milk It Is In good health, on a leash Naples Art Association with have a chance of becoming ml- period to go down In the history Coin containers have again
Wednesday Hamburger,' or in a container. Current 1 $5 first prize $3 second umni" before the fair If only books as the bloody summer of been placed In various location r_ :4
tossed salad, whole kernel corn,' license'tags must be displayed prize, and $1 third prize being <9iT one would adopt them. 1$ 4." tl'hroughout the area for the bene. \ I \\.I .,
y polatUcks, appUj HJTjSp, pllk,' ? cal[ of the Cancer Crusade the. !- -f'"
on all -dojj entries, Pet own- Mr. William T, Barrett Jr., .... -
Naples"Senior 11 .
The High ers ire also urged to supply chairman of the drive, yesterday
School menu for the coming water bowls fOf their pets. y 1 paid tribute to the work of flex
week: Chairmen for the fair are Lehman whose task It baa teen eNE
Monday: Spaghetti/meat and Alice Timberlake and Ruby In past year to supervise this ,
cheese sauce, tossed salad Ltnd. and pets will vie for part of the Crusade, saying that <
green beans, hot rolls pie awards In such categories as a r he had dune such a successful I
milk butter. "Best All-Amertcan Heinz ALOCAL job In the past that he I II In ( islandsHere
Dog( best buy in the 10,000
__ charge of It this ,
Tuesday Hamburger pick 57))", "Most Unusual", "Lar r She also pointed again out that year Mrs.
\ les, onions, tomatoes maca- gest", "Smallest", "Mer
. roni/cheese, hot rolls. Jello nest etc. boon Frank an Narkl enlhlllla of,tic Imnmkalee worker over had are 36 acres or high land on little Merco Island

milk, butter Entry blanks will be avail the years and Wilt again In charge ,This includes 900' of beautiful beach and extends 1400'
Wednesday: Hot turkey on able this week at the City Recreation of the Crusade In that area and
rolls, English peas salad office the Humane that her reports to date indicated deep to the Inland Waterway, Hundreds of virgin
brownies milk, butter. Society and schools In Collier that her find' / ralslngefforta there
Sabal Palms make this ideal for $72,000
Thursday and Friday -- No County. These should be com were being very successful, sub-dividing.
School. pleted and brought to the Mr. Kelly Gantt Is represent
regis (terms available). Phone MI 2452 nowl!
tration desk at the park at least ing the drive In Marco region
E. Naples BaptistsTo and Mr, Darrett said that her
hour before
one showtime. The
audience will have final report should be moM .f. Wilson Dyclics Realtor I
Hold School a completeview couraging to the Cancer I'n'l ]

of the entire affair from headquarter. \.. 1144 Third Streee, South Naples, FloridaGoing J
For Church MusicThe grandstand seats. -
Posters publicizing the event
East Naples Baptist are being prepared by various to the Fair..or
Church will conduct a five- traveling anywhere
Girl Scout
troups as a means
night church music school beginning
of and hun ""
earning pet badges,
Monday night April
dreds of entries are w7Fj
The school will be concluded
On Sunday May 3, Mrs.
Friday night. The sessions will
D.R. House Jr.
8 each
begin at p.m. evening .
The school Is planned for the
Intermediate through the adult Whatever do AND STATE cancer executives Di. Daniel D. Langley, left,
age groups, with separate you \president of the Collier County Unit of the Anuik.ui Cancer" Society since j
classes being planned for the the forests of the South lf)::>!0. ami 1 Hi, (,\llon W Lnikum. mealy elector) punident the: Florida 1, w '

juniors[ DIMMOII of the American Cancer SotutDi( jo, Lark urn, now a resident of X ,
The Instructors for the school are important to YOU Naples, is pathologist at the Naples Communitj Ilonpital (NEWS photo)
will be Mr. and Mrs. William

J. Work of the Florida Baptist SMOw Ir, '
Convention Music Department. HELPSMOKEY
The director of music for the BEAR PREVENT w
East Naples Church. Francis LOTS LOTSFOR _
Barley, Invites anyone Interested of -I
to attend the school. THE SOUTH!',

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Softball PitcherIs Hullnf'r.111m./ .... I' .|MH',lalinl"* in "on your lot" building naturally become urM-rialiM alto
on lot lmalion anti build' up, a large/ wlevtion of available hommiUf in all price ranges t
and in all type| of nurroundini. S. if you are looking for a lot. whether "it >be ('hour "1C

Coming To waterfront i."If i..i'r'i ,' in town out if l town. suburb ready street or quiet neighhorhmd. .. e. -b!!!!
\nu ran "he cure that Kutrntxri will he able lu find exactly' what you prefer Save
v''ur..-lf time, and t,'m take l advantage of the Ore lot finding service provided by Hutrn
NAPLESDirect twig Home, 'through ,it, broker olTnrt of HutenlK-rg' AMxiatr. J Inc carry "the safe money"AMERICAN

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Sunday Sports 1 0 = Mandarin Road, Coquina assurance If they're lost, destroyed or stolen you receive a prompt
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Spectacular ** Homes signs from highway


EDDIE FEIGNER and his great 4-man team
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will be here next Thursday April 23rd i
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S S Vs Naples All Stars .,, -f; *

Cambier Park 8 P.M. 1(
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2ft COLLIER COUNTY! SEWS+ Sunday. April U, 1W The ''Mouse Beats The 'Lion' Ancient Tribal Secret oral Dr.contraception Petrow, an, told,authority newamer on

that the synthetic hormone
to -
"Fapera ought resign them.
Claims the effects )1 t
Papers selves to this same therapy for duplicate
themselves. And to the fact that Birth Control Plant> presnancy
Too SensitiveTo they are no more entitled to U. S. Loses WarWe're He said that of all the women
Criticism select their critics than are poUItlclans who had used the pills only two
or playwrlghta." JOHANNESBURG South Africa (AP) Primitive had become pretnint. Ten years
WASHINGTON (AP) Be. Bagdlklan, a Saturday Eve. women of African tribe in the Lydenburf area of South of research and 11.400.000 hid
fore a critical audience of newt nine Post writer and former lone into the development of the
paper editors, a critic of staff member of the Providence Laughing Africa are believed to have helped the world find the pill. Dr. Petrow said the pill ,ii
the newspapers criticized today (RI.) Journal, told of rebuffs oral contraceptive pill. "a major milestone in the
newSpapers' sensitivity to crltl. and frustrations in trying to obtain For generations the women of the district in the prove of the human race"
clam from newspaper publishers The subject of the bubbling The stage version to be acted north east of tile Transvaal A pill for men was being coniidered. -
Writer Ben H. Bagdlklan, in data on what it costs to producea comedy being brought to the at the Junior High Schoolby province have known the Dr. Valdimir Petrow when he Dr. Petrow did but
a talk prepared for delivery to good newspaper, for a study Junior High School by the Naples 11 1ftMOVfl the Naples Players on May secret properties eta. mountain' told newsmen here that a new "this might not be the ideal
the annual convention of the financed by the Guggenheim Players on May 8th and ; 8th and 9th Is an adaptation of plant in preventing prenanclee. oral contraceptive pill was de- answer because it Is the women
American Society of 'Jbof tRo It I Is synthetic
thai this U
Newspaper Foundation. thought the .velofrd from a
Editors 9th. (cumin time, 815: p.m.). RfO the novel that was written by hormone' "secret" who do the worrying not theme
suggested that: One newspaper group refused, plant mentioned by the RussJan- evolved "
called "The Mouse That Roared" -
"The press ought to lower Its he said, because of his frequent Christopher SergeL bom British organic chtmiflr South African plant.
threshold of righteous Indlpia.tlon ly critical writings on the press. Is an absurdly one-sided The cream of the story Jest
at the Idea of outside crltl. This group mentioned speclfical. conflict In which as the title is that the pocket-size Unto
clam and disinterested study, ly a humorous Bagdlklan arti. suggests, a mouse overcomesa nation declared its war againstthe
and mend what la largely a zone cle on unfunny comic strips en. lion. Roared", In which outlandishly mighty United States with 'til DarkllL1
of silence In the news columns titled, "Don't Laugh, It's The The contending panics In the a country called Grand the reasonable expectation of OPEN SUNDAY Noon
about basic problems of the Funnies." comedy are so comically unequal Fenwlck with a population of It -- so that it could
press."The Idea that by comparison barely 6,000. declares war on lost@ from America's usual
expose, com Onthct between Greeks and
plaint and reform is built Into Turks on Cyprus refleetehostility David and Goliath seemto the giant United States: In generosity to Its vanquished enemies '
the heart of American news. thithasi lIimm red since have been evenly matched. population and wealth these in terms of"rehabilita tptIPIIJ
papering-when it is applied to the Turk subdued the pred..minuntly One-sidedness Is at an extreme David and Goliath among nations tion." The success of the FenwlcWan -
others. Greek ulanjem in I 1171|, in "The Mouse ThatSTOREWIDE have contrasting weightsof army's Invasion of New Wedge Drive
not merely two or three to York brings consternation to the
one, but roughly 33,000 to 1 Fenwtcklan prime minister,until In The Moorings
: (200 million population against a peace treaty results that
.. : 6,000 population) and a disparity restores happiness aU around
of weapons as well; the especially to the hereditary rul-
Fenwlcklan army having only er of Fenwlck Its lovely 22
bows and arrows In contrast to year old duchess, who( finds
: .. : American armor ranging from romance.
C"L'AiI..IC", : .E" Garand rifles to atomic bombs Ann Davis Paul Gomes Robert
:, The joke of The Mouse That.. Martel. Gerald Fitch.Kurt
: : : .. Roared" Is that tiny Grand Puchhas and Ray Wain will be

'\ /. .. Fenwick, by an extraordinary the leading players In a large
fluke, beats the mlghtly United cast. One of the characters
iL i-
States into complete submission Is no less than the Presidentof
.SiAiLE !: the United States, here play-
The story of this Imaginary ed by John lamurrl. Charles i
,, victory forms an uproarious R. McCool Is directing the comedy -
Iy topsy-turvy tale. Patriotic and its set design and
Americans, for whom a real construction ranging from
: defeat In a war would be an Grand Fenwick to( Washingtonto
i Inconceivable blow to national New York Is being created
ijii" ) : :, pride, laughed heartily at by Richard Parker.
,. this story of an underd '1 con Tickets are available! at the
: .. quest when It was first told la Beach Store theGallery.House
.. .. .. ,
i serial by Leonard Wtbberly of High Fidelity, Dunbar's Office -
LtcaUd Wedge Golf Course In the Moorings, this floor
on Drive ovtrjooktnf the
In the'Seturday Evening Post, Supplies, the Book Nook
,HbN"Mr2t3t)7;' then plan provides for'eYer) family need and pleasure. Screened porch directly.off the
as t novel, and then as) Naples Camera Shop the Giftand
kO.JH't'AI', I'S AOME.il,: JN.M.dN. ;; 1.tN.GHT; $ a highly popular movie starring Yarn Bazaar and the office llv.nf; room reached. through a beautiful, easy-operatinc eliding glass wall. Centrally
.. .. : Peter Seller of De Coil Tile. locate kitchen, for serv:c* to the family room, bieakfasf, bar, and the dining area.
Owners suite Is completely separate and private. Two full tile bathe and three
bedrooms complete with central air conditioning and heating- Kitchen has disposaland
Probe How Private fully automatic oven and range. House Iou a large two-car enclosed garage
Contractor Got Priced to cell at only tU, OO.

State Owned Fill

I MOST I ORLANDO (AP) Investlga.
ton were from In Orlando the covernor'a Friday trying office to NEW HOME AND GUEST HOUSESO.

determine how more than 1,700 GOLF' DRIVI
truckloads of state owned fill
ended site.up on a private constrain.Hon :

ar! rw Interstate Highway Admlnis.
s trator William T. Mayo reportedthat
the fill, worth $9,311, was
diverted from a M 4 million
: ; 3.. causeway bridge project on
Lake Ivanhoe for Interstate 4.
r f.r b r ;'.l Mayo( said the prime contract.
or, Cone Brothers ConstructionCo.
of Tampa subcontracted the
hauling to A. G Wimpy Co. of
: B roe*svilla and Wimpy brought
in other contractors because of
the size of the Job.
r t'9.fPe1 Mayo declined to reveal the
4 : t name of the suspected contract.
, j or. He said Cone Brothers re -
ported the theft to the State
.'/ a. Road Department after being ... ,
alerted by me of the unsuceeaa. .
fill bidders .. .: .'!IfIC ': .,...._! i
r {y The fill was dumped on prop
erty owned by the American
Warehouse This gorgeous new home and! Guest house la located on So. Golf Drive overlookingthe
and Terminal Corporation
.5 '-t- at Orlando. Golf Course Immaculately planned In eveiyway this house has 3 bedrooms,
w-anus.k a a u. iNa.ew++t w ac a yr 4t C twmefT I tiled baths, beautifully appointed kitchen futures and a two car garage The

MORf THAN MM.f Of house Is centrally air-conditioned( and heated. The Guest house hat over 660 aq. ft.
PXORIOftS TOIRISTS will of living are and one tiled baUi. Priced very reasonable at only $39,600.I .

,R&, .". &T WESLEY G.Realtor. Associates:
..:...,. : I... Earl L. Frye Erwin G. Downing
.,.._.. I" f vl .t MT DO W N I N G Refue P Burnhain

Ph. Mi& 2-2179
This extraordinary property is located one block south of the Naples Beach
74 Sth .be.... South.. AcroM frees
Club Hotel. Fronting on the beach, it covers a full city block with meticulouslykept First Nattaml Beak In Naples Ft>*.

grounds abundant with Coconut and Sabal Palms, Ficus and Banyan L. ..sasses .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .

Trees, a lovely fresh water lake and a finely built single-level 3-bedroom house, I 1
1 1
studio cottage and servant quarters.THE .


MAIN HOUSE 1625 sq. feet with three SERVANT QUARTERS: 400 sq. ft. efficiency apartment I i I HENRY B. WATKINS, JR. I

large bedrooms, two full baths, oversize living style with living-bedroom combination, 1 I

room with e handsome stone fireplace, combath, screened porch. I I

fortable Florida room utility room, a 376 sq ft. I\ I

open terrace overlooking grounds and lake 1 I
and the beach beyond. Complete kitchen. 1
equipped with built-in GE stove, oven, dishGROUNDS: 340 ft. frontage extending 400 ft. I

washer, disposal unit, automatic laundry, etc. from First Street to the Gulf of Mexico. Completely I i ( ut4talt ; QUALIFIED CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL BOARD District #4 :

The house Is frame with natural Tank Cypress, landscaped with lush natural trees, palms,

Interior Is treated with vertical Antique Cypress shrubs and lawn. Lovely fresh water lake, two I <;
paneling and hat Oak flooring throughout. Asseparate deep wells and sprinkler systems (north experience in solving problems of Collier County 1

bestos shingle roof, wood awning-type windows, half and south half of property), and seawall 1 1

central heating and air conditioning. 1 -ONLY--- District #4 Candidate who has served I
1 on the Board of County Commissioners I

STUDIO COTTAGE, 802 sq ft. Large double' TERMS: This property Is priced to sell. It can 1
bedroom, bath, living room with stone fireplace, be purchased as a complete parcel or will be .because of his first-hand knowledge of :

kitchen and dinette combination, screened front sold as two separate estates (1)) 170 ft frontage I problems that exist in our school system I

porch and a 259 sq. ft. open terrace overlooking 400' depth with Main House and Studio
ONLY District #4 Candidate who has been
the lake, grounds and be.", Same durable conCoN.ge ((2)) 170 ft. frontage, 400' depth with ---- a I
School Trustee and PTA President. .
struction features as the main house. 400 sq. ft. building. I
and who has children now attending
Collier County public schools I

Phone J. Wilson Dyches Realtor (Midway 2-2452)) or contact 1 1

the broker of your preference. 1 1

DO_Sure TO Vote Tuesday. May 5th


Wilson DycLe RealEorIIN 1 I

Third Srre.t, South Plepl.y Flcwlcll 1 I

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t l' Spacious Tropical Home

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: Property Management Service: ,

ht now,been expanded! and It i offeredw ,. 1 d'' "
I to all winter residents of Naples, v : 1 ,h'" ', ;
Personal Inspection of your *, .Check ter broken windows, ttc.
property, once week Check on I lawn.service
Check for vandalism $.nd weekly condition; report I

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3 Bedroom Apartment 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath ,t.
located on First Floor 'In The Bahama Club .
Completely furnished! NEAR THE BEACH ..+A +. + ; ? _
Price Drastically Reduced $37,500Completely

To $44,000.00 Furnished



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''''I1..Canterbury. Court I
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\ .i.. '"''\3t. ; ,"". ...", .2 bedroom Apartment tile bath home is of CBS and brick construe place.I .
I Floor Plan at left gives you lion All electric kitchen, Include dishwasher, ,
full details. Compl.tely..nd tastefully furnishedFlorida I
room; Carrier central heating and air con- I
Shown by appointment only .

".' .. $24,500.00 '
II- s :: :I ONLY $34,000, terms

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These are A Few of The Sales Made

By Our Firm In The Past Few Weeks
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Home and Income property consisting of 2 and are in immaculate condition. A real mon.ybedroom
2 bath residence. Also one bed. maker for someone who wishes to retire with
room apartment and one efficiency apartment a ready-made income. Offered at $42,500 j Y//
Both apartments are heated and airconditioned everything completely furnished *. "+ +s, oft
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( !"t Henry B. Watkins' A Al BarkawRegistered .. '
I\1CLt'tv Real Estate Broken .
ASSOCIATES: Mrs. Colonel Birkau, Magnus Brmkman, Mrs Peggy Burns, 'c
Mrs. Gudi. Hoffman, Newton Lowe, and Nick Wallmgford 'w
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their win Gill 157 and Martha Van,
led Construction
McConkey Fuller shot a t
EGLER'S from! Designs. Ken Mike Yahl R. Nichols/ 158, Frances Wai
produced a each had a 568, 153. B. Miller, Glnny Panlp>
and Red Reds :D. Patterson and Louise Fo
/ / Mike's high was 219 and with a I each had a 150. Conversion ,
1 523. Joe Salmon came up perts were Ruth Dodge S-lu\) ,, >
I'ORNER B* MARION SORENSEN 564.204 and Bud HogueBill lone 850.204.219, I Anna Mae Penno 6.7.10. :

. . . . . . . ., eye Keeling reached a Elferdlnk
Leon Snyder 212, Don
203 and William Jones 200.


Did you jet In your STRIKE for 563. Ike Wolford blasted a 224 I 5440, Hart, 540 and Weaver 3. SUMMER SCHEDULE-Sunday.8 Mixed First Christian 68
Cancer Saturday? loner, Ron Townsend 205, Jim 1 I 10. I 1:30, Parent and Child hdrp, ; Tues- Trinity #1 61',

News.Press gold cup tourna. Croak and Don Wynn 203, Fred KITE!: OWLS. Results from the I idcpt; Monday.5-man and 4 women St. Ann's 61 r,*
ment still has a few days lento Hlllman 202, Harry Miller 198. weeper i I show the winners to bet lay-Bonlta C Wednesday.Ladles Mixed morn. Bonita Baptist #1 58 t
run. J, Stull and Tom Bennett post. Martha I Runs Joanne Derbyshire, teams t ;
2 56 I.,
Wonder how many teams are ed 1(6 games B. Waller 194 Vlrgle Hutto, Wanda Rice, I InC; Wednesday Trinity
A and one
going to Eau GaUle7BROOKSIDE : scratch (2 women Bonita Baptist #2 54 I 11 rWOMEN'S
and the 6.7, Elvin Townsend 192.WOMEN'S Frances FllrekRubyRlnerMar.the. and Beaus
I Lowery, Barbara Hayes,Nan. I man): Thursday.Belles morning
BOWL I ICleary. mlxedjFrlday; -Ladles! CHURCH PI
cy Keen Alta Riley Agatha
Tentative summer league schedule the sweeper went Mary au.lespl.Cilorla end 4.man scratch Intheevening. T-.!?<_> 41 fi" r,
WalkerMarle We. vv'"
Is as follows: Monday 0 5 SUGAR 'N SPICE..Two low av.erage CONTRACTORSAlDeFouer &ru"'lwlo
Vivian Jones. Merle Harris Emmanuel
ver ,
man hdcp; Tuesday 0 4 man bowlers came up with good led the sweeper winners
611/2 581 ,
Etta and
Anne Brown, Wright GreenwoodEaton Lutheran
scratch and mixed doubles; Wednesday.Ladies series and led the Rosemary by Nathan Hunt,
handicap bd h In Ruth Collins. In their win over Cinnamon. R. Ernest Rimes, Stark Holy Bowlers 611/2 58\\

the morning and evenlngjThun.; WOMEN'S CHURCH-Gene Tes. Loach 29 av-fired a 497 and Joa Frambes, Dennis Salmon, wu. St. Ann's 611258'Christian '
day.mlxed hdcp; Frlday.5 man Her with a 567.203.210 led As. Sharp 114 ova 484. Sages; are fred Walstrom, Albert Hatcher Daffyi 601/2 591.
handicap; Sunday.630 PM, Par. sorted Christians In their win back In first place by Vi point and Coleman Boyd. Trinity $2 54 6S
ent and child; 8PM Mixed hdrp. from Emmanuel Lutheran.Meth. after their sweep over Sweet 'MEN'S CHURCH Leading
CONSTRUCT1ONEERS odlst No. 1 won all from East Basil. High for the winners wan St. Ann's In their win over Trinity COFFEE DONUT -PL
Cabinet won all from Naples Po. Naples Methodist with an assist Cindy Brlsson with a 516i 00. No. 2 were Gene Till mm 618- Sugar Donuts 8S 3.
lice led by Hub Runs 511188. from Vern Allen 541 and Pearl Judy Russell took the scoring 226.213 and D.J. Salmon 594. LuzlanneExpresso 70 5t
Top. for the site was Glen Ya. ie' Riser 502. Yager reached a honors with a 530483. Marge 235 Bonita Baptist No. 1 madeIt 661/2 531
gee with a 593.224. Marvin Le. 551 J93. Morris posted a lone Thomas reached a lone 193Ida a clean sweep over Bonita 55 65
Masters used two 200 games fora 201. Norman Robertson 194Mc. Foyer 184, Ruth Dodge 181 and Baptist No. 2 led by Joe Haslup Maxwell House
583. Charlie Rice fired a 225 Klrlhan 192 and Al Fayard 190 the 4.740, Hazel Abralamson 521.182. Buck Perry tallied a Beechnut 55 65

for a S73 and Bob Schwelkert Sharpshooters were Rogers, the 177, Margaret Mlltner 175Bob. 618-233, Norm Herren came up Sanka 53 67

by Miller, Anne Atkinson 172, with a lone 201, Wlltmrn Bullard, Holsum 51 63
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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday April 19, 1964 B. Nelson 171. Polly Pearson, Huble Hart 192, Glen Ltles 189. Folgers 411/2 78)) .
Mary Morris and Tlllle Davis Howard Sharp and Chas Petty

", / 3 OH.u1 .. all rolled a 167 game, Mae Dav. 180.WOMEN'S CONSTRUCTION BD
Is 166, Marie Weaver 165, Peg. CHURCH Trinity Townsend Produce 85 43
gy Smith, Ruth Morris 158Jane No 1 won all points from Trinity First Florida 76 52
Herren 15'7 Patsy Robertson 155. No. 2 led by Rita Baker 434.158.
71 57
The Agency With Person! Service MERCHANTS-Naples Marine Betty Hardwick listed a 452-188 Sawyer's Carpet

ext.nded.th.lr lead as they won and Ruth Moyer444. Fay Hatcher Naples Federal 71 57
I IA all from Kwlk Chek with the reached a 176, Marlon Pederson Conditioned Air 67 61

aid of Nell Van Wyck 574.Rae 175, Dorothy White 162, Joa House Electric 66 62
dependable afmcjr, rapom Hendrix 558-218 and Claud Jol. Sharp 156 and the, La. Richard's Roofing 65 63
Ible I for protecting you, your tiffs a 214 single Tom Abbott, Vern Bibbee 153 and Nour Tur. Sunshine Market 60 68
family, homo end burnonfulnit 549.213, was high for King In. ner the 3.10 conversion. Allied Paving 56 72
every intunblo threat surance as they won all points ROCK 'N BOWLERS Wlggs Win Turner 53 75
of Ion through e planned pro- from Naples Printing Norman and Music made It a clean sweep Naples Police 49 79
M.d I r11 UO of protection gturcnteed
by. compinlet of unquestioned Bowes posted his highest ser.ies over Gulden Anchor led by Ida Beach Cabinet 49 '79MEN'S
financial strength using games of 236.174 and Foyer 478, plus the 57.9, and
234 for a 644 set. J. DtVogt Loretta Easterly 474, plus the
NEW COLD LOCK MAGNETIC blasted a 628-221i06.20Uames 6810. Fuller Industries, led CHURCH BB
f Browning was In the groove fora by A. Castenlr 473.171, won all Methodist #1 8S 36
235 loner and a 603. Joe Hayes from Ace Beauty Mary Arm. Assorted Christians 74 50
recorded a 219 single, W. Roark brust led the scoring for the Methodist #2 651/2 531/2

DEEP HAHDIDOI STORAGE 1 INSURANCE ICEND, lie.lK 209, R. Golden 206, IL Stone. nlte with a 542196. Linda Christian Men 581/2 651/2
1 burner 201, Ken Hansen 199, Ed Sauchelll, tallied 522, Eva Hogue EmmanuelLutheran

TWIN PORCELAIN CIIISPEnS Buscemi 195, B. Hogue, M.G'l 521 and Ethel Jones 511. Jeanne 471/2 761/2
V 65Z 5th AM. Siveb Sorensen, R. Steele 191 and Em Meltzer came up with a 483.211, E.N. Methodist 381/2 851/2
Phone. 2.S14I Emerick 190. Cert Dunn 476, Ina Bunting 463.
Ail HUGGED, DEPENDABLE GOLDEN with trade Naples Florida FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC. E. Cole posted a 100 singleton, SUGAR'NSPICEBBSages
.. D.J. Salmon with a 604-201-222 Shirley Betz 189, Marty Little
HEAIT COMPUSSOI 169, Alice Densmore 162 and the 821/2 411/2

4.10, Frances Tucker 157, Gerl Paprikas 82 42
Weeks 155 and A. Carter 142. 751/2 481/2

FLUSHING STRATFORD AND USThis COFFEE .N DONUT Star Cloves Nutmegs 701/2 731/2

for the morning was Jean Vogt Allspice 631/2 601/2
492192. Belle Corwin recoded

N O R IG EI Golden Heart Refrigerators start at low as $1999 Week The World's Fair Will Open In New York And The 400th AnnIversary !- a 472, Hazel Brunk.lOS ... 131. Gingers Dixie Crystals 631/2 63 601/2 61
Fay Hatcher shot a 187 si.fie,
Of Shakeipeare'a Birth Will Be Universally Observed What, Mary Jo Gibbs 185, Chris Hat. Cinnamon 611/2 621/2

Wash 14 Ibs. In one load! You May Ask, Have These Two Events To Do With Naples And Real Estate? cher 167, Hermine Huber 152, Rosemary 54 70
491/2 741/2
Janie Filler 142.131 and the 508 Sesame
Well, The Fair's Florida Exhibit Will Lure Many Visitors To The Sun. 84
Jackie Morgan 153, Joyce late Peppercorn 40
shine State, And Doubtless Some Of Them Will Settle In Our Fair City 143 and Bobble Hendrix 130. Sweet Basil 371/2 861/2

As For The Bard, His Glorious Verse In One Way Or Another Hat Influenced Mary Hatcher picked up the 5.7.

The Lives Of Practically All English Speaking Persons And Made Advertise for BIG the CYPRESS men was Tom MIXED Schessler- High MERCHANTS LEAGUE BB

ments Like This Possible So Hail Flushing Meadow! .. Hall Stratford with a 563212. Not far behindwAriwWAiteevb8.10.201 Naples Marine I 591/2 331/2
r xd1*On,Avollt .-:' .And..While We're About It, Hail Naplesl!, 0 was .' Yahl Bros.; ',54,1/2. 381/2
Norgeil4k ..q'e -...011'1-, .. It Betty!Upvj m.JfIIl.-ff fair Ktag1 IhsufanV 53r/23W2:
"SUCII STUFF- A$ DREAMS ARE MADE ON. These word from The Tern- sex with a 536221. lo Henry Ed Davis Builders 50 43Rose's
:otaled 488, Betty Hardwick 474. 50 43
r pert" could describe the beguiling main house and guest house on Third Street Texaco
211, Sue Tillman 458. Dick KwikChek 47124512Marhoeffer
North set In beautifully)' landscaped grounds which afford an unusual amountof Erick son found the line for a 223 N2 461/2 461/2 IDunbar's

privacy The- main home, of white brick holds two bedrooms, two and one loner, John Deal, Jack Hatcher 46 47

half bath, a pin paneled living room with fireplace and Urge porch It 212, Gene Tessier 196, Dorothy 44124812FIRST
Automat- Tkrgat hat excellent closet space and the living room and mailer bedroom are air con rYhlte 147, Carol Rogers 153 Isle of Capri 54
ditloned The guest hcuse is completely furnished and the rugs and drapes of md Jane Herren 143. Bill Henry Fuller Industries 5'7
registered 191 Helen Parker Naples Printing 36
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the main house are Included In the price of 130,000.TOMORROW 29 64
139, Norman Herren 190, Ann Marhoeffer

AND TOMORROW AND TOMORROW quote from "Macbeth," >.chessler 158,Getty Graham 139.

I 14P, BII't'" I"b" 01l the four end one half acres of ground: on Marco Island and the home that gracesit Vardrlp wlce, Bud 149.BOWLERETTES Hall. 200 and Shirley FLORIDA CLASSIC- BD

w.ller shculd Increase in value Located in Caiambas, on the high, picturesque part Helen Hen. Subdivisions '79 45

l- : :nty ol room of the Inland the house has two bedrooms, two baths, a cypress paneled living room, ion with a 435.163.-was high for Acreage 78 46
2 lor 10 lull tut dining area and Florida room a den that can be a third bedroom, a pair of patios licks as they won all from Jim's Consultants 75 49

sheets to turn and an electric kitchen It Is air conditioned throughout and heated by a mnoco. The Pampered Poodles, FInancing '74 50

and tumble to get really cltin fireplace and gas panel ray heater In view cf the plans for Marco, this property n their win over Flame Lounge, Estimating 651/2 581/2
vere led Ethel Jones 62 62
by 491 Real Estate
hilt an unusual potential.
md Ethel Dtnaburg 473. Top Developers 60 64
coring went to Lll Miller 543.
591/2 641/2
(4 ee..e.e.s..e..eeGiant S e e Designs
!01. Lucille Lord listed a 501. Construction 53 '71

"ONCE I SAT U'OM A PROMONTORY and heard a mermaid on a dolphin's back. 77, D. Donelson 477, Jert Planning 51 13
ferabek 473 and the 4.7.9, Ina
From "A Midsummer Night's Dream" this Is obviously a bit of Shakespeareanfantasy untlng 476, Marg Lee 455, Lu. Investments 451/2 '781/2

but if it could be true you'd be In a good spot for the phenomenon at the file: Perry 468 and Ann Follls Cooperatives 411/2 8212BE

agitator" furnished house and guest hcuse Just a block from the beach on First Street, South 151. Elizabeth Hardwick cameip

provides wishIng Here you'll discover that the main house contains a spacious living room and with a lone 179, Mary Jo A iFRIEND'

action lor fireplace dining rcom. too big bedrooms: two tile bathe with built-in vanities, :Jlbbs 172, Millie Eaton 171Inga TO YOUR LIBRARY

the cleanest excellent kitchen facilities, a large screened porch and a two car carport .

wash you ever The income producing! guest house on this attractive property Is also fully furnishedand
Rounded agitator, vines save
NORGE, weir on clothes equipped."THIS .

I IS TilE AIR. THAT IS THE GLORIOUS SUN" remarks Sebastian In Blankets
eee.e.e.ee..es.e "Twelfth Nixht. ,All over this area )'ou'll find good air and glorious sun, and

certainly the striking Mocrings: residence cf brick and clapboard on Sprlngline Comforters

Drive Is no exception It has two bedrooms, three full baths, living room dining v .

rlM/m. paneled dm and an electric kitchen containing a stove with extra large
tree (low
Big' Quilts
tern, dinhwanhvr, dmposal and handmade kitchen cabinets Other features a *&
lint filter keeps
wed.! awe 1420 -/. your clothes 1- Include a Hcrids room and porch generous closet and storage apace, wall.-to-wall

Washes all the bell! linen for a family or four in just lint tree even pone carpeting, central air conditioning and a washer dryer 133,250.
load. You srU-ct the wash cycle that's right for m
with the bit"
the load regular, gentle or soak There are three I e e
wash water temperatures and two rinse water test loads
temperatures at your filljtt'rl ipll. I "MEKKILl, MERRILY SIIALL I LIVE NOW" sings Ariel In The Tempest" and BEAUTIFULLYDRY

The new KanyAu: control panel makes wash mcrril will you live In the handsome two bedroom Sea Gate hcme on Starfish

cycle selection quirk and easy Ask to nee the '. ..\. Vtrnue II contains a spacious living room dining room, well equipped kitchen,

Norge 14 today. sizable porch and t"e complete baths, all on a lovingly tended lot that Is completely CLEANEDAND

.' "Mo" J.\, .'.....'..M.A.I.'i'V.t0V4.. <:'..r U&U.... ONLY sea*ailed Only 122.500 and can be purchased entirely furnished for another
,I\III. ;\". ,!. ". .II "'"" :; '
": ".000 with host and motor Included.
;c a.yu"VIC.. POLICY i1i:
., Now 1V_ l.nk. hh.; Nwnwl' war '"" R "I LIKE Till PLACE" observes Cells of The Forest of Arden. and you're apt totI' SEALED IN ;
I c. ... perend /eb.r for I y. r .11. puby .
riginol .__. ...... "teitdt port, wm > the came thing shout the lovely three bedroom home we are offering on Mandarin PLASTICBAGS
rwuy for 2 .ri wKn cutomr purchat*, t....
;' ... labs yt p.b.Y ems d..l. eh.. h.I .rb 21995 Drite in Cmiuinit Ssndn. Among other thins It contains a large living r

.'t'Voor''roothor" ..... labor .".. room dining room. Florida room electric kitchen two tile baths and a gamete
:_ .....1, a, roplocofflont ., d. option. of functional .. I hiring fcr air conditioner hat been installed In the living room and thereare
p..eur.d to maintain mochirtt In nor
...., ..,. with cash above a
j' Kowtohold ". condition In d..l.r' a well and pump for lan care A bargain at ItO,tM)
..."lel". .,.. Invalid. wKon danwao !. dwo to
...1. accident*or work bp wnawtnoriiod. p..R.. mortgage of t 13.000.
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" G. Dlefenbaker. One of Pear. average of 68,000 for I 8und.y, .r t!', I9S. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS sa
Problems son's major policy alms was to Business Better Than of year. In mld-March _

normallz ties with the United was 68,517,000. ;: output t., ,1'1' ,, II,h well ahead of shown the spurt that ma '"
States. He has largely succeed.ed fell 231,000 to 4,293,000. ''last yea the pect as a result of the te a:
though pace
time and to Canada's now can Internal devote prob.more force Increasing kept the size jobless of the may sU. u'1 > m.Consuni Income tax cut. I
Usual Reveal .
, Facing Pearson In terns. Reports 5.4 per cent. Increasing" finding goes on CALL TIlE NEWS FOR
Durable even If it h.sn't yet
A booming economy bolsteredby goods RUBBER STAMPS
mammoth wheat sales to now back to where It -...,
NEW YORK (AP) Better peak I 123.2 per cent of the August 1997 before )
Communist countries has bought
His Second YearOTTAWA than usual Is becoming: the 1957 average, for a neat one. mechanisation of I
the Pearson government more
time to find solutions to Canada standard term In most govern half Hit rise since February. the 1960 recession FOR SALE
ment reports on how the economy Job in manufacturing nor.
Canada (APLes.ter weakening the federal (Overn.ment's '. long-range economic and the problem.
Is behaving this spring. mall remain unchanged be.
B. Pearson begins his sea central authority.He political woes. An economic up. There few but tween 1 and March but Construction also
are a laggards ebruary ,
In March than Is -
ond In office enabled the
swing governmentto
year Wednesday have to do both
may while
most measures of businessgrowth this time rose 49,000 to !some from
facing challenges that predict a one-third cut in average Increase O'I
could Ms Liberal party lacks a ma. show gains above aver. ,033,000.. Almost all of the
make him one of Canada' Jorlty In the House of Commons.Pearson Canada's chronic budget deficit age for the season. gain ass In the durable goods any Is 7 per ent.(: But Owner will sacrifice nice waterfront
greatest prime ministers-or the told Parliament this this year, despite a 3.8 per cent the gain was 8 per cent
Profit. are rising. Jobs are industries. This Is hailed as ,
nstriKtkm to $
last rise In federal \ ame
as Canada Is spending.
now consti.
tuted week: "Our problem today Is The 67-year-old prime minis Increasing In number and pay. much as an expression of con. lion, and public lot in Aqua Cove Sectionof
not one of nation building It Is log more to many workers. fldenre of the type that tendsto
As a Nobel Peace Prize win. of nation ter has learned from the mistakes added $1.3 billion
one saving. Factories are turning out more snowball as a response to
ner and a former of of his first year In office. Auto production so
He urged English Canada to
goods. Consumers orders.
are buying
Is 9.5 rer cent Aqualane Shores for CASH
the U.N. General Assembly. Quebec's The Liberal campaign of 60 year ,
recognize special
them. So stocks aren't piling up And the durables turned In the like of l
Pearson of decision" led to fever. period
won days a
recognition as per. as the guardian of French in manufacturers' and distributors' the best performance in push.
the Ish effort to do too much too
haps outstanding diplomatIn Canada's minority rights. He hands as they would If the InC the Industrial Index higher,
Canadian history. warned Quebec against exploit[ soon It spawned budgetary economic upswing ware topping with the business equipment MfIT'thu : : N. Pe SLOAN REAL ESTATE
Now he needs all his diplomatic tog that status. Failure by el. blunders which had to be with. out. compiles stepping up output 'k '( 'QPr'e ,
skill to bring Canada ther side, Pearson said, coifld drawn. The Federal Reserve Board's the most. ,
through a threat to its future as destroy confederation. Also, Pearson showed evidence Industrial production Index has Counting In Jobs outside man. 'On! fuV Tim* 560 9th St. So. Phone MI 2-030 or 23559NAPLES
nation. of more confidence In his
a Despite the difficulties, Pear. registered Its biggest gain since ufacturlng the total rose 515,000 ,
He must find own political judgment and of TUESDAY SJ= t
a new of son still has several factors in last October. It Is at a record in the latest month, against an
partnership between English his favor. taking a firmer hand in runninghis .
speaking Canada and French. When he took office last April Cabinet.
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speaking Quebec Province u ---
or 22 UJ5.Canadlan relations had
risk seeing the nation split In reached a frosty low point, due
two. He must find a formula for mainly to defense policy con. 1
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By New VIVIAN,''fatur.BROWNAP Writer Spring fever is FEVER a condition as we
NEW YORK (AP) The use of square curls at well as not truly medical in nature, that
new hairdos to hasten the obsolesence of beetle mops affects everyone While fever
usually denote a high t temperature
and teased coiffures the considered
were among problems this characterise u not
recently by hairdressers from all areas of the globe. common to those with (wring i
The stylists i were attracted here by the Internationalnciuijr fever It takes on many form
and symptoms ranging from a
show and a meeting 01 desire to l be active to the wihof
Intercoiffure a worldwide a.- "lust mtting"
iocI.tion of hsirdreners. n \\ tilt the arrival of warmer-....
At the Intercoiffure show weather, the out-door type vic
Vidal l Sitioon of London featured tint of spring fever turns hm
square curls guaranteed to look thought to polishing I golf
well on round, oval or eis- clulu, tenting the rod and reel I,
shaped.heads. He favors spading in the hack yard or
cutting OF
planning various sorts of recreational APRIL SHOWER
hair rather than setting it, and UJr
his hair cut is acclaimed: for its past,men. The quiet type 'a
yearn to hit and think, read,
sleek wonderful line, short in and otherwise occupy himself ,
back longer on the sides with the leant physical activity,
One characteristic common to
Slick SanityAt all .ufferer of spring fever in
the International I Beauty the with for a vacation the ,
show another London hair t:me to depart from all routine
dresser, Adele Morris was concerned 4k which; forma arad: daily: living t'I
with overtaking Beatle- l both business.Today's .
additional stress and
mania, by mean of a ",entle- strain create added tension in
woman'a haircut. the tired person Ir r, I""v 4 V I II
"It's gradually catching on Temporary freedom from the
and more teen-agers in the 17- hurry and bustle of crowd..
year-old group beginning to want from the problems encounteredIn
to look like little ladie*. They -- ............ coping( with busmen, and
start wearing the beatle cut at train pelt revs often exhibited
SQUARE CURLS unwittingly by friend and associate
about aged 13 and are known as
By Vidal Satioon will do much to instill a
Mods, the explain
new spirit in a tired adult The
Mod set fashion for their
name' is true of a youngster whois
set. They've been wearing mop relieved from the regular and
hairdo., lots of eye makeup, and di.'iplll1ary. measure necessary
no lipstick in the cla. room
Mr.. Morris' gentlewoman cut Plan your playtime to give\
b..-.*"ihoct nape,lIne, hair it 1 you the most enjoymtov JxMremember I .{
4 inches long at the sides, that over-indulgence atj..rA'j
the crown is about 6 inches long in anything may do more harm
than good, Late hours, fittingtoo
with softly waved curl. at the .
face. much into a short time, and
j excessive. exercise can result in
pain and,I fat:gueI
B.tt.r Stylists"We I':njoy your "_spring fever" no
are really trying to defeat matter what form it take. provided
the home hairdreser. Women are a physical checkup as
ruining their hair by 'testing it siiren you that you are in good
and using lacquer. And they are condition, mentally and physically
sick of teased hairdo anyway" Let your playtime away -'we
she says. from routine activities providethe
nest and revitah/ation
In Auitraha, hairdresser need
Gordon Hall former Ciympic .
track star Is putting on s slop- ..> "'" '*'
leatlng-the-hair campaign. The GEOMETRIC CUT Junior High PTA
result will be better hair, but Alto by Saloon
more than that he *ay>, it will To Elect TuesdayOn
weed out those who have been
"coasting on teased hurt" doe They like soft curls H the I Tuesday, April 21, at
"We are going into a creative nape of the neck. But hair I I. 7.30 p.m. the Naples Junior
age of hair design when hairdos likely to be 8 to 9 inches on High P.T.A. will meet In the

will be simple demanding the top, longer than that shown in Junior High School auditoriumto ,., ,,'
bet artistry from hairdressers," short hairdo from other countries elect the new executive officers .JI" t. \1 '
he point out. he says.France's for the 64 65 term. 1 .';'Y t ", .' 1 fit- ( I 1 ri'
Hall' hairdos are short at the Antoine Following the elections, parent. .. Y.
from S to 7 inches on top along pretty much with the ..: ..." ', t"
nape and all those In attendance, a.\: :, \ .. "" ( ,
and forward toward the face. Theyare short nape longer aide hair will be entertained by the Naples _, ...v..=o _. _____ ...
designed for a practicallife movement. But hair on top i II
he aaya. likely to be worn flat, perhaps Jr High Glee Club, under DANISHSTYLEDCAVE
with little fringe around the the direction of Fred Selph
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Scissors In Spain II'RENEW
Edward of Madrid aay that face."The hair I I. brushed back
from the forehead on one side YOUR c.;.; '
.Spanish girl too are wearing CONTEMPO
'hair short although there are butthi hairdo I I. realty arrangedto oR/VER'S LICENSE to:

still a few girl who keep suit the person' who wear DURING YOUR "ii- '. 65
traditional Castillian long hair- it," he explain BIRTH MONTH .

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 19, 1)64 T//iof/ Young Think"Gilbert ;

I Gov't. Index Tells Teens Tells What It's Really" Like 'Where the Boys Are'

What Jobs Are Available '.00' ,.., .
Past experience gave them plenty of recreational facilities, ai me last mmutlP.I'ppml": n
BY FlfcfNF GlIBFRTPrnulrnt the beach Is prohibited>
of the
Gilbert the minimum age usually becauseof reason to worn Last year some nightly concerts and one
Youth ServiceTeenagers
w -Do not spend too much on
ahead for Insurance problems on the college students apparent! were few places on the eastern sea
planning part tdhrrl Youth Runtrrh Inc ,1.i I luntan lotion. Daytona ,Is too ronl I
summer Jobs may easily end up of the employer dissatisfied with the quality of the board where surfboarding Isposalble. -
frustrated became emploY chalk Some of these Jobs Include work television at a local motel Th*" I ind unpredictable at this timeof
them off on the grounds of)ouih, In explosive plants. In mines In DAYTON BEACH, FU.- ou .i eliminated the problem by thro Anyone planning to Join the the year for a good tan.
So he). may knot their own roofing, wrecking and demolition have to ne It to .lIne It-and ing every available IT set Into annual mlgntlon net year Bring enough extra moos
rights, and perslil the Job March in the manufacture of brick, tile and 10 I did Just that.! Sandwlrhed In the swimming pool. Another should take certain Items Into 'to ball yourself out of trouble.
the Bureau of tabor Standards In !kindred products and In work In, the midst of the hoards of college 1 : group wanting easier access to consideration and If you are not going to obe,
the U) S. of Labor hat solving exposure radiation:driver I1 'the law fora
Department your parents
students who descend on the re" nr: next door broke down Forget about dating-unless prepare
prepared a luminary of the I)pet or helper the on motor lelikles. Jobs this city every sprint I watched the waMs! your're a female. There are 10 : Iong-distance telephone call.
of and child Involving operation of machines
work thai Federal Hate .
labor laws permit such as ,woodworking! melaUork wide-eyed. ANGyt ( But most of the burg people boys to every girl. ,,
Tided Teen-igeri Can BeHind,' lag bakery and paper products machines I witnessed the "Da\tona :online t tveir' activities to less Forget about going to Daytona -
the leaflet says Contrary to ,,lde : operatlngelevatursand other Wobble," as performed tn damaging areas such as the to live It up with liquor If -Jo
ipread Impression alaleand Federal power-driven hoisting apparatus, lemming twisting collegians "Da>tona Wobble." This particular you're under ige. Police scrutinize .,..... _% rr .
child.labor laws allow teen.agcri to and some Jobs In slaughter home on the beach between four and dance rhUhm, which rannot each person they see drInk. FOR SUN, run nsn
work at many klndioljobi,'but also or meal.packing piano,, seven p.m. dally. And t watchedas f ( be described bv even the most Inc and Immediately arrest those Silver
wens that the Icen.ager check his the "dafurz," a descriptive \literate writers, Is created by a whose ID cards state they are King
own state law, which can be read SMOKING PROFITS IRS though not endearing term used few too many beers, added to under 21. (Bo.t H'trn Dock) 'I
down at the local library CHICAGO AP) Smoking, by the students to describe the the Frog, the Monkey. and the -Do not go down without advance MODERN.SAFEFASTFISHING ]
If there la a Terence( In age despite its physical hazards on the CRUISER
local police, tried to keep
Bird. It will probably catch on reservations. There were .
standards between state and Federal humans turns a sizeable profitfor '
the law with the higher the Internal Revenue Service. chaos orderly. with the high school students over a thousand youngsters who Ml 2.2951 or Ml 2-3S4A I
government Cecil
standard mutt be observed Revenue from tobacco taxea The students came 15,000 '9 t is.I3 all over the country during the had to sleeo In cars because Capt. Lamb
Here are some possibilities for rose to a record: 12.1 billion strong, some from as far awayas r coming near they could not get accomodatlons r { .:.,/ '
during 196) Canada and Oklahoma to turn .
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year-olds: I
The 47 which
Office Jobs, Jobs In eating places tobacco: tax allies collected an levy additional a this normally quiet, family re do welcome the avalanche, how !i.--------------Q I

and stores, fobs on farms and work $1.1 billion during the sort city Into one huge living ever, and they have a lot to offer, :I 3RD ANNUAL END OF SEASON 1
packing h fruits and vegetables, year for a new record amount. sardine can, parked with stu Including 23 miles of beach
Jobs In gas stations,household work The federalovernment'a collections dents. Each spring the newspaper delivery, and caddylng from tobacco taxea The city fathers decided to be students, who swarm through the streets and sleep In parked GrantsInAidFor I r
were 400 million higher than in I
For the 16 and 17'year-olda: 1953. ready for the onslaught. For ""ars. 1 r
Full.time work In most jobs, such New York collected S123.6 months beforehand they planned ChiropracticNow

as manufacturing, Jobs In stores million last year and more than activities, set up a JO-polnt list Available
and restaurants, services jobs(such 1 1
doubled ita decide-ago: tobaccotax : of rules and strengthened the police
as repair shops, laundries dry figure of $61.6 million Dr. Sydney L. Brought of 1 1 ,
force, putting the officers ona
of the Florida
cleaners recreation services, and California didn't tax tobacco Naples president
hospitals),clerical and office Jobs in 1953. It took $70.S million 98-hour week Then they sat Chiropractic Association's 1 1
For some hatardous Jobs, 18 It from thia source In 1963 back and worried Trl-County Society has made 1 1I
M known the availability of g rams-

colleges in-aid to selected of chiropractic accredited 20% to 50% Discount I

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This CBS 3 bedroom home is located on 1331 Rordon Avenue. Large living andwomenleadingto Doctor of Chiropractic.the degreeof : Pantry C Cg

room and a separate dining room make up a portion of this fine buy. Low The purpose cr these grants from the largest assortment of S.S, Pierce cock1

t taxes and small payments make it an attractive buy. Kitchen has a table in-aid Is to make available'to I tail "goodies" and fine foods in Southwest Florida 1I
r men ana women -
exceptional young
top rang and built-in. oven. Let us show you this terrific value at only $9,950. y throughout the U.S. and at super market prices. II

Canada the opportunity of securing Still plenty of fudge alligators on hand. 1I

J,/'" W. '1 U"J & : d30C1Afl I an education In one segment Candies By 1I
of the healing arts, at
Blum Taylor Shenandoah Pink Cottage I
one of the colleges -
Fifth Avenue, South iiiir' where financial help Is 1 Complete Gift Wrapping Packaging and 1
: a definite need. 1 1
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MI 2-5359 The prime prerequisite for I
consideration of grim-ln-ald Bonded fruit Shippers
or 2-5349 "Come on down," police officers tell one over-enlhuslastlc under the Chiropractic Scholar-
youth who apparently decided to view the scene from the top
ship Fund Is the establishment
of a tree. of this need for pan or full I
financial help. Qoddctrdourmet :

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own countrymen and held them Sunday, M m u, U. COLLIER COUNTY NEW ,8,
U.S. Watches DeGauile 11 days. -
of Emmanuel "
ARGENTINA President Ar. president
Luther Church
n ,
Women and
turo Olla, who took office last eranChurch i
fall, has come to the end of his Women To AttendSt. ringon Committee or, "
In New World Uneasily political honeymoon. The coun. tesy Resolutions for the I
try I Is badly split politically.The Pete Meeting: ventlon.
most powerful political The convention theme ,
EDITOR'S NOTE-The Unit. the change in Latin relationswith group the Peronlstas, faithful to Mrs. l l'L-.ton Lee and Mrs. "Behold, An Open Door" T o
ed States faces real problemsIn the United Elates. the memory of the exiled ex. Harland I ague I will attend the Rev. Royan A. Yount, : J i
thret vast areas of the world De Gaulle's strengths, such as dictator Juan Peron, Is lockedIn second ai, ",.1 convention of the of the Florida .
president -j
-Africa, Southeast Asia and they are, seem to be concen.trated t .atll,. R apparently permanent hostll- Lutheran 'mrch Women,FlorIda of the Lutheran Church'/i
Latin America. In the latter, In those areas where t Ity with the army which blocks Synodicil' Unit, which will
where once the Monroe Doctrine Johnson may be least strong. T .e Peronlsta ambitions for power. be held III Hedeemer Lutheran America, will conduct the I hi" ;
sufficed it has been a whole He offers a new face, a new 4. m- The army leadership reserve Church, ,;i. Petersburg, this Communion Service. Mrs ,1 1'
new ball came since Castro took voice a visionary look at the SWarr the right to intervene against Tuesday Wednesday and mund G.Price,Pittsburgh, ?
over Cuba five years ago. Here future on bold, philosophic lines. the government If It decides the Thursday. president of the Lutheran
la a current look at Latin Amer. De Gaulle holds out to the government 1* failing to deal Church Women of the Luther>l>
lea by an Associated Press ex. restive, nationalistic Latins the adequately with national and In. This Is the women's organization Church In America, will be the
pert. prospect, however vague, of a : ternatlonal problem The circumstances of the state of Florida.There banquet speaker.The .
"third world" under control of are potentially ex. areOSorganizedcongre- ladles will have lodging
By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER neither Washington nor Mo*, 'iiT plosive In spite of the fact that gallons In the state, with 91 accommodations at the .
Outrigger .
WASHINGTON (AP) Noon Argentina 1* a wealthy highly now having Lutheran Church
Inn north of the
cow.He Just Suri-
suggested of course, that also speaks for an Important literate country.VENEZUELA. women groups.
President Johnson invoke the country In Western Europeto This oU-rlch Mrs. Figue Is a member of shine Skyway Bridge.
Monroe Doctrine to block the which Latin Americans look country on the northern coastof the executive board of the
new French diplomatic often Increasingly for trade. South America continues to Synodical Unit. Mrs. Lee Is Drive Carefully And Live
sive in Latin America. Troubles with the United be a prime target of Cuban.
Officially In fact, the United States are an old story in Latin based communism.
States welcomed President America but troubles with the Romula Betancourt pr.sldent'l
Charles de Gaulle's trip to MexIco European countries, at least In ii/: ly carried through
.., ...... _/ .. ._ .. _. w. *d Communist
In March and his prospective modern times are not. Europe. -'" -; -- aS year In the face of :4H"dt c. 'U/- 9< Ito .
Incursion Into South Amer. ana have the advantage of a relatively terrorism encouraged and sup. "" ea ,
I lea this fall. Yet behind the sol. clean slate. THE SAME STORY Vehicular traffic problems, the rtiult of the automotive ported by Castro. 11a triumph
emn mask of official confidencehere By contrast, President John. revolution, are not limited to any one section of the world. H"'I a view, taken during for democracy Betancourt
De Gaulle's activities are son and his assistant secretaryof a nonru.h hour, ef the heavy traffle on the Vale do Anhangataiu In Sao Patio, BrasH turned over power to his elect Presents
being watched with uneasy state for Latin-American affairs ed successor Raul Leoni.
eyes. Thomas C. Mann, are Castro by economic and diplomatic terlls exports coffee food. side red by U.S. observers to be The overriding question In
I' This la not because the French grappling with the usual wide Isolation, with Allied help stuffs, meat and minerals. the most stable and proAmeri Washington and other American
leader has Urge resources of range of Western Hemisphere has itself displayed symptoms They have started a movement can In South America, could goat capitals now Is whether the un.
foreign aid or military power difficulties\ this year. The only ol breakdown. Britain and among the "have-not" nations least partly Communist this tried Leonl can exert the tough, 1f
with which to wield influence in difference Is the quadrennial France sell buses and trucks to to get price subsidies from the fall in a thoroughly democratic resourceful, aggressive leader. I r
Latin America. He doesn't. The handicap of homefront political Castro. Allied ships deliver vital United States and other coun. election. The Communist partyIs ship essential to preserve and \
problem for Washington lies In controversy complicated by the cargoes of manufactured goods tries in order to Increase and legal. build upon the victory which 'lu
the troubled state of relations fact that It la election time in and machinery to his ports. stabilize their Incomes from The Red threat arises from Betancourt won.
between the United States and various Latin countries, too. Cuba has In fact split the Allies. commodity exports. Their cur. the fact that one of the more \ tt
Latin America at this precise The Cuban problem, though it The problem of Panama rent battleground is the United popular political leader la Sal.
period. has been fading slowly since erupting like a long.smoldertng Nations Trade and Development vador Allende a Socialist witha
The evidence suggests that anew the Soviet missile crisis In 1962 volcano last January, has be. Conference under way at Gene coalition backing that Includes .
i transitional phase Is open. is no closer to a final solution come a prolonged Irritant in va. a .strong and effective Commu. L
ing In these relations. The West than it was before the crisis de U.S.Latln-Amerlcan relations. The LattnAmerlcan countries nisi movement
ern Hemisphere seems to be approaching veloped. The Communist lead. Even the resumption of diplomatic have no solid prospect of sue
another of the !historic ershlp of Fidel Castro shows no relations In early April cess In this enterprise since BOLIVIA Violence and tension ..
turning points which produce sign of buckling under the eco could not wipe out the unfortu. their demands cut across U.S.* have characterized political 4r -
radical changes In inter.Amerl. nomic and political pressures pate appearance of the great backed free-trade policies. So maneuvering toward the
can policies. De Gaulle can marshaled and applied by the and powerful United States alternately they will probably turn else. May 31 national elections. Vice f"w
serve both as a symbol of Eu United States.On courting and bullying where for the large expansion President Juan Lechln, contest.
rope's growing Interest in the the contrary, the Washing a small neighbor country. Cer. of trade they seek and this may tog the re-election bid of rresl. A house h. heroin available In the dmlrablr Onan.I. .
area and as a catalyst to hasten ton policy of trying to break talnly it didn't embellish the give Communist power, Soviet dent Victor Pas Estenssoro slew addition Just 60' from the beech and adjacent
North American image abroad.On or Chinese a new opening to was expelled In January from lo the beautiful Port Koyal) ","u'!. IhU comfortable,
the plus side In Washing. exploit In this hemisphere.Measured I the ruling MNR party lie attractive home has three (I) "bedroom, two (2) bath,
ton's is the fact that against these devel
opinion leftist revolutionaryparty
termed a
man den, rnrlourd.iragr, nrreened! porch and
NAPLES canal is to opmenta the Alliance for Frog the a
FLY ---- the vitally Important with follower from i
many Latin countries and they teas, though only and-ahalf MNR and moved for an alliance central helling. To find a home In thin location for
MIAMI like the way the United States years old, Is possibly becoming with all parties in opposl. m.50000 li Indeed! a rarity,
has run It.Perhapa. obsolete as a major Instrumentof tlon to Estenssoro, Including
i more Important in United Slates policy In Latin the Communists.
New Year Round Daily Schedule the long run, however, than America. The essence of the al.
either the Cuban or Panamanian lIance Is a cooperative effort Lechln has strong support C. iU/NN '}feltor
Naples To Miami crises, Is the fact that many made jointly by the United among pro.communlst tin min. __ u_ .y'JNMele tS2
States and the Latln-Amerlcan era. Last December In an action
Latin-American political leaders 'I IN TRANSFER-idwin
7:45 A.M. 1J.30: A.M. 3.45 P'.M.: countries; that was what the connected with the powerstruggle i Eighth: Ntrert Mouth
and economic planners are be. eoenomle
M. Martin, 5S-'III'-Old
In the country miner
Miami To ginning to shift their thinking late President John F. Kennedy la the American MI Z.tliUl and \II .t\7G!
Naples three seized four U.S. Embassy officials specialist
away from reliance on United proposed just years ago.
9:00: AM. along with a group of their to Argentina.
: 2.15PM.: 500P.M. States aid as a primary basis The alliance, however, has envoy
of agricultural and Industrial fallen behind the original high -- _.-
,, Connection md Reservation to any point In. the world development.They hopes held for it in Washington.It .

NAPLES AIRLINES want more trade with has failed to inspire mass en. 1"
the Industrial nations of North thuslasm and harness energiesas
Naplea Airport Concourse 3 Miami Airport America and Western Europe, the Marshall Plan for Euro About
NE 4-5811 and they want it on more favor. pean recovery another great .
MI 2-S4S4 effort did back In 1947-48.
able terms. They are talking of
City Ticket office Maple Travel Agency 4 Coram > higher prices for their raw ma. President Johnson, soon after tf

t taking office, put Mann in con _
---- trol of all LatlikAmerlcaa rela.

,"i" "'' donate/id fined 'KW! programs especially to and Inject as. 18! ,,

() ttlf I IThis U SrT 6Af7( : new The life results into the of this alliance.eft rt were 'I ; jp'G4

of _
presented to a meeting the y
Organization of American States i AnLt $
recently by the President per. GK1flVUJQU '
sonally, But he offered neither
new inspiration nor new opera
a p d tonal plans. He simply rededl
cated the United Statea to carry
through the alliance point on
which there did nut seem to
have been any doubt In the first !

place.The problems which Involve y Summer Rates Go into effect April 15th

the United States and Latin '
American countries aa a group Prepaid Playing Privileges From
are only part of the total pat.
__ __ tern of relationships. f April 15th to Dec 15th
Another set ot problems ex.
; Ists between the United States

and Washington individual concern Latin countries.focuses Family $75.00 Single - $60.00

on five major danger points, .. '
but Brazil, the area of greatest I ; Daily Green Fees 3.00
threat only a few weeks ago
may be turning into an oppor.
unity. 1 Electric Cart Rental 5.00

For more than a year the

UJ5.alarm government as Brazilian watched President In Electric Caddy Cart Rental 1.50

Joao Goulart permitted commu. t,

fists government: to Increase and their labor power unions.In Our Members and Guests find the Course In

lovely three-bedroom, twoBelutiful drapes and carpets, selected There ngton was that real the worry Reds would In Wash.get Excellent Playing Condition
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bath home, shown this winter season by Holland Sallay, also are included themselves Into such key sputa .. "
that they would seize control 01 .y; ,\
as a HoMill! Home exhibit house at at this price, along with the the country.But Swimming Pool

2095 Crayton Road, can now bo purchased decorator selected lighting fixtures. Coulart was ousted by a I
combination of armed forces
at the exceptionally attractive There's a nice patio off the living leaders, state governors and 1 \ JJ'I A contract' has been signed to con

includes nembers of the Brazilian Con. struct a 75' x 40' x 30' Swimming
price of $33,500.00. This : room, a pump and well for sprinklingthe ress. Lf\'rv

lawn and shrubbery and many The first effect of the success. (\ Poof to be in operation not later
House, fully sodded and landscaped ul revolt against Goulart was / than June lit, 1964 Construction
other features that will please you. 10 open the possibility of great. =. ., .. will be started
lot G.E. central heating and upon receiving approval
I)f Improved relations between
For Information home- "
complete on from the State of Florida
E. kitchen Brazil and the United States and .4.
air conditioning, the latest G. .'
sites, houses, taxes, other data see her countries In the heml. Board of Health.
appliance consisting of range top, or call: sphere. Yet the grave and dan. 4
erous basic: problems of the Family Prepaid
dishwasher disposal,
oven, '
ountry were not solved Run. '
kitchen cabinet in driftwood prey, sway Inflation now close to 100 _. Swimming Privilege
.er cent a year; the more than To Nov 1964 $50.00
and a cozy snack bar ;i2 billion In foreign debta, and -' 4 .

link Realtor he political disunity among / ......,-" A Social Membership allowing Club
H. Milton razll's 75 million \ :
people can. / House privileges will be
Associates: Leslie C. Johnston, James L. Cochrun ot be solved simply by Chang .,_
not a Golfing member. Annual
I. Johnston Art Arnold. ng the government
Betty ,
CHILE This country, con. toL ._'I cost of Social Membership-$25.


/74-d224L POrJ"LL 17 of the 70 offered lots have been sold

Lars t1.y1 and additional ones are in various stages of
...*' FLo11.DA .
or "mi* closing Three houses are under construction

and two more are on the drawing boards. BI 9 Cypress

I Bneg About half of the sales have
2129 N. Tamlaml Trail Phone MI 2.5102 been to Naples Golf
VeertFrleas residents and the balance to winter visitors.
There will be an Increase In lot prices on May

15, 1964. Goo/late

If you haven't recently driven around the property A M/. Rood
_.r r CaribbeanGardcn do sol You will be pleasantly surprised. _'1_"
r= Visit With rtMVtRS emteri rei NA stSMsee

"W/'crc the sunsets arc ;RhU foils Howard Carris lac.Gull of Mexico AsM.aa

NAPLES Sales Manager

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. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 1f, 1114tj.cll"8 as gold and Jewels and couldbe eruptions cause very color-

-- worn only by royalty. ful sunsets due to large amount Youth All Georgia State
The only other animal in the of volcanic dust high up In the Conquering

world that walks upright as a atmosphere Such sunsets may
0. .
., WIJlfcNATURE matter of habit like humans Is last for years before the dust late, even though theoreticallythere OrderedTo
the the pen finally settles. By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP Cops
penguin. Long ago are Iwo years to go. the
guins could fly but today they Fashion Writer clothe are now appearing on
GAL a can only walk (really waddle) Four foolproof mushrooms Paris couture mat be in trouble because of cite population Yankee backs m. pardon the
and swim. Their wings are almost which you can always eat with explosion. This will teem a bit far fetched: unless pin Quint-rue.' Trim DownATLANTA
like flippers.Archeologlstshave. out danger are the Morel or )ou are aware that the Young Menace is about III t overwhelm lire;, r.'"Lilt i Is that you can't
By Ante UBMtllU BOWM 1 sponge mushroom the Shaggy- us old folks over 25. i tell all I:glish girl, from a Ga. (AP-Geor.
discovered manethe orange Sulphur mush. Freno!I lilt i I fr manAmericao girl la State Patrolmen ordered to
By 1966 half our populan ion the tall'IIlan' Jut' (
that the ancestors of modern and the Puffball Contrary to will be younger than thai. \nd .11 'c'\ lose more than three-and-a-half
ICs time for another roundup through fangs In the back of man were living as long ago as folk belief. a silver spoon will the majority rules 4 tons In overweight, have been
of !Interesting little facts Its mouth. To make sure the two million years. Furthermore not turn black if put Into a pot Does the majority want the promised a reward that most
about Nature and wildlife. poison gets Into Its prey the In the Western Hemisphere of poisonous mushrooms. kind of French couture turned women relish when they too, COon
A certain kind of cobra mate snake must bite, then chew evidence shows that man out>'earl\' for the elegant matrons a diet New outfits.
which live In South Africa kills for several seconds. existed here ago. Over 3 million ducks and of society and copied later h\ In the troopers' easethey'reletting
32.000lear. the lesser folks at lesser new unltorms-tut not
some of Its prey' not by biting Such facts geese have been banded by the prices'1 Sol on tour life, until September their deadline
but by '1'Ittlng.' This reptile can charcoal and old bones and Fish & Wildlife Service since! Never would blooming hetunof date for trimming down.
shoot venom about 15 feet This Is the time ofyearwhenthe the of this ,
with Potassiumargonand stan and the
stones program 1! or ;JO: be taught dead 111 I- As an extra enticement
through the alt. and has a remarkable ermine (really just plain with Carbon 14. 400,000 bands have been re anything favored bolj i hl"I- troopers will\ get Sam Browne
aim. Persons hit In weasel) changes Its coat from covered. 25 year, old und oier ___ belts, which admittedly will
die eye with this poison become pure white with blacktippedtall The common periwinkle plant Youth Is b> nature rebcllh'lI-! look smarter on them.
blind temporarily If not per to brown During the summer may contain medeclnal qualitiesto Asian rhinoceros horn has impudent, i iconoclasti and An order next out last June
manently. Its pelt Is almost worthless help leukemia patients. Rot long been valuable among Chin daring And therein lies the tale to the 418 members of the State
Another relative of the cobra but come winter ermine ten sweet clover contain Di- ese doctors as a special tonic. of an English fashion designer Patrolt Lose more than three.and.aohalf ,
the coralsnate of southern Unlt ranks as one of the finest furs. cumirol!, a medicine which pre At times, the price for one hold spirited! colorful. ,111.1 i tons by Septemberof
.d States, Injects Its venom Once It was valued as highly vents blood from clotting too horn has gone as high as 12- most important" of all, )oung."Kookie x cw 1964. Three-hundred-and-one
the old folks In were overweight.The
The fox 000 on the black market. Due
glove pretty
quickly. their 30's shrieked al her results More than two
woodland flower yields digitalis to such demand and value.the striking color combination. tons lost after 11 months of

there's Nothing Lira It In Naples a powerful heart stimulant rhinoceros Is often poached and black stocking (sometime) xr;. dieting.
which is widely used In heart has a hard time holding Its own jumpers, and heaven knows what r The target] Another ton-and-
cases. In some areas. when Miss Quart introduced themat .r.t a-half off by September.And .
her Chelsea flat. the Bazaar, .aar.aa.mq the punishment If they
Green Iceland has 150 to 200 volcanoes Moss Tomlinson a few years ago. : don't lose? Disciplinary action.
Village : of which 30 are active. __ "I Issued the order,said Col.
In all the world there are perhaps Complete Basic Cool Man Lowell Conner boss of the
This disdainful reaction from troopers "and I expect It to be
500 active ones. Often
Training Course those of us in our dotage was all LONDON BRIDGES.. And all of England are falling to a followed like any other order.
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN UTTER" the "with It" crowd had to hear of Peatle-happv' vouths wearing stripes "I told them I didn't care how
Richard D. Moss 17, son of conquering armv
to know that the)' had a good they lost, what diet they followed .
A New Community of Cooperative Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Mossof thing Their ecstatic chorus of by Chelsea designer Mary Quant.SL Just so they came within
NAPLES 415 Fifth Ave., S.. and "super" Ind"cool" reverberated five pounds of what they oughtto
Garden Apartments for Adults Tommie A. Tomlinson, 19. son around the world. Miss Quant weigh."
of Mrs. Ira J. Holt of 882 was appointed an their very own Jii One hefty officer quit Just after .
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 BUSINESS Seventh Ave.. S., both of Naples standard bearer.In the diet order was Issued. He
completed basic train. fairness, it must be said gave no excuse-but fellow officers .
Ing at the Naval Training Canter that Miss Quant's fa mon. hose said he would have had to
SERVICEPAYROLLS Great Lakes Ill. had more going for them than lose between 50 and 60 pounds.
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BED. The nine-week training includes youth's mere penchant for being "There's not a scale large
obtuse ti enough to weigh me," another
naval his- a .
orientation 1v.
The Couturiers of the vmnrtEstablishment rotund officer complained. lie
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE tory and organization seaman set IS practical. was told, "We'll take you to the
ship ordnance and gunnery military For stockyards the scales there are
example a Quant wardrobe ;
drill, first aid and survival cornea in parts. Dashes of Ktnpes larger."
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. TAXES serve as brash seasoning for All officers are required to
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. During the training recruits blsnd-by-compnrmion j junpera, weigh In once a month and the
AND receive tests and Interviews skirts or jacket. Mixing the Ingredients N. results are tabbed at headquar
which determine their future is nomethingMiNx Quant ters.
In the leaves to the taates of the Sweet The heaviest officer weighed\
BOOKKEtPINOSYSTEMS assignments Navy. Upon
Young Things who noon will 280 pounds; he Is down to 220
? the
/ld Ittttu ,4oceaeei completing program they inherit the earth.
are assigned to service schools now.Eighteen
With only two more years to men were under
RealtorsSALES for technical training or to the been ordered to
go Quant crowd has already weight-they've
Phone ships and stations for on-the- made a good atari Nobody! but Liv:
REPRESENTATIVES MI 2-5143 job training In a Navy rating nobody practically, under 25 gain.Conner's weight loss "I didn't
305 5th Ave., South MI 2-2124 specialty. that Is, would be seen at a need to lose," he said. "I was
Ml Fifth A"..., Seilh Naval training produces the Beatles concert without a Quail the right weight."
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER power In seapower by supplyIng costume The fact that Cynthia
Naples. Florida qualified personnel man bride of the only married Beetle -
the ships. John Lennon la a Quant fan ,..--- I
does not hurt the cause, either.A t1W
year ago the Quant craze
swept across the English Channel
MATHEWS IS MOVING! into the very backyard of Pans

fashion Now every jeune fille
looks like her English sister in
READ WHAT THE TAMPA TRIBUNE HAS TO SAY ABOUT .V. *"A-line jumper., high button
skirts, and stripes, air pea,

OPPONENTS Oh, Yes. America Even before .
the Beatles,
Mary Quant
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Wit lured Into town by an enter, ";U' r"I1OIr.T.1lJIO( E'sun.t ttfc J "" '
,. ppejefpachainofdepartmentstores'that, YANKEE INVASIOV: ...Mary Quant costumes here 'in
tot ,m ACfr1A I
had been reading up on the Greenwich Village beat the Beatles across the sea, are I
Published by'I ML!TRIBUNE COMPANY Iotllllt.IBlvJ I) ,and Murll unSl I.l'.l1ll'I'I.I s population explosion and wanted
worn by army of the young,
,to be ready So not a minute too
.C COUNCIL President ---- ------ -
J and Publisher .

James H,Couey.Jr James Clendinen V M, Newton.Jr.
General Manager Editor: Manning Editor ----- -

Page 8-A Monday,March 30. 196i
GREAT VUICf-Ltllhy speech be better thin nlrnce.or be silent, Donjiiui, W. (
367 B C. \
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It takes no expert in double.Arithmetic (r\

and Echoes entr)' bookkeeping, or computerisedmathematics
to figure: nut that noGovernor

is suing to l he able: intake

GOVERNOR candidate John E. BUT Mathers' point on where : mi re'nt revenue, delete >"U -T f

Duval County'i replacement revenue is to come million Inn i it, add new programs, e

State Senator has properly called from is well tat..en-tven though and provide no new taxes and still I

the hand of rivals who are promising it doesn't go far,enough. For based balance\ the l books .t. 1 1

to work for repeal of specific on their campaign talks Messrs. Mr Dickinson, and Senator f

Florida ToIXCS, Burns Dickinson and Kelly: face Kelly have their answers of --- i ,

not only the task of making up the course Dickinson loA)s he can save :: ....\V

Such promises says Mathews, $'0 million the state would lose if SH million A biennium by eliminating f -_ /

"are pie in the sky:' Especially their tax repeals go through but ovcrlipping, dunes in state I4

singling out State Sen. Scott also of raising funds for new pro agencies: ; Kelly), that liseal con T (

Kelly pledge to repeal both the sr"muhey propose servatism" will sate enough to Dt :!

intangibles tax and the 1963 auto- meet all needs .' ... ()j'Ql"

mobile license tag tax increase, Mayor Burns for instance, There is no reason for 1 londians \ ,

Mathews notes that the two combined promises 'I 1 as Governor would to I'he liken! in bj this (brand '

bring in $70 million to the help the Legislature to open new of demagoguery! ), they have heard &rll./f /trlll/(1 rAnd

state treasury each biennium and avenues of revenue to finance edu it before In 19,5 Fuller Warren _

asks: cation in Florida" and to do more campaigned on a cry of "frontier

for the states elderly, too. Senator frudlity"anJ! no sales ux':, his administration .
.Where will Senator Kelly get Kelly is pushing a "delinquency ended with Florida'sthis
$70 million replacement: control program" administered by 3 per cent sales tax as the main so do you -
Would he tax groceries and medi the ot'the l '. In
Florida Children Commission support > trusur) 19uO

cines to provide 'wholesome activities" Bryant) campaigned with a promise!: (You see-right away, we have something in common with each .other,) ." :*
in areas of potential i juvenile delinquency ot no new' taxes and meeting suit ,:
We don't know
why Senator
Mathews limited his criticism" to And Mr Dickinson is "1I'cJSlIh" a 550 billion biennial And did you know that Naples Federal is an association composed of h'ome'lo tiers just like, yourself ..;.

Senator Kelly. Two other Demo on record as pledged ,to work: to saving he would auuntplish19s.trait I ; ,\ You automatically become a member when you put your savings to work at Naples Federal. :;
candidates Jacksonville raise salaries ol all university personnel .aw' the imposition ot SIC) millionMayor '
I" 'I largest increase .
Haydon Burns and former since the original: sales tax le\,', Yes. "to work"! -
State Sen. Fred O Dickinson have '
These programs would have to
voiced exactlytag same promises be paid for from the states General PURE simple I arithmetic I : joinsFloridians '
TO I increase and theintangibles Not only will your money stay right here in Naples working' f for-jhe, betterment of ,our to\\n. you will
with Mathews
Senator '
Revenue Fund. But this "
i tax. And all three Republican same also be collecting t\\ice.'earl\) earnings on your savings "
trio not only I proposes to whittle 1 in skepticism of the I promises ofpromised J t ,
candidates likewise have
$70 million' from that very fund Major) Burns, Mr Dickinson and
elimination of these or You see, it does make a difference where you save,
Senator Kcll ', I arithmetic
otherlevies. by tax repeals I but is chorusingm ) Simple ,

unison that Florida can get by that is, plus the hollow echoes ot
without new taxes during the next Fuller Barrens and Farris Br)'.

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chocolate pieces or jelly gG
By CECILY BROWNSTONE of dough for each, shape into' sweet chocolate pieces in each '-r- f
Associated Press Food Editor balls: place about an inch apart indentation Bake in a modem)
TAKE YOUR own temperament on ungreiaed cookie sheets (375 degrees) oven for 8 to 12
into consideration when your Make an indentation in the centerof minutes or until lightly bro ned.
youngsters want to learn to bake. each ball and put 2 or 3 semi Makes 312 dozen. _

Even though you know your '
eight to year-old girls should
learn the homemaking, don'tbe Chile Unique Among Latin
a martyr If it pains you to h5vrrrrrr
have children make a mess while '
they are practicing looking,don't s l1Ma
stay around the kitchen. Visit Countries Has Had No Coups
the young cooks when it'. timeto ,
turn on the oven or to answer SANTIAGO, Chile (AP-Chlle with moderation and restraintand
a question, but relax elsewhere. j a marvel among Latin-Amor at the right time. He says
It's better to stay sway than to scan countries hunt had a now is not the time to expro. R *
try to close your eyes to things :oup In 33 yean. priate the copper mines. In.
that bother you. A quiet revolution Is taking stead, he would encourage new '
With younger children there's place now, however, and It may U.S. investments to double 4:
explode at the 4 Chile's output and refine -
a way out You can do the preparation polls Sept. copper
yourself For example; .when Chile elects t new presU it entirely at home.
make up cookie dough and let :lent. Although the presidential race
youngsters after hands are Both front-running candidates is considered a tossup between r I'i'a.
scrubbed clean do the shaping promise to move the country to Allenda and Frel, there are two
This peanut butter cookie is the left other candidates-Jlllo Duran of
great for such use At our house A victory by Salvador Allende, the Centrist Radical party and
our young cooking friends 54, a psychiatrist and Marxist, Jorge Prat, a rightist Inde
would give the Communists a pendent Incumbent President .
thoroughly enjoyed rolling it into
balls, making indentations with strong possibly decisive Jorge Alessandri, an Independ. II
voice In the government He is ent, Is barred from running
our best silver thimble and the candidate of the Popular again ..
dropping semisweet chocolate Action Front, an alliance of Prat has offered to withdrawto '11 / Fry ,
pieces into the thimble holes. Communists and Moscow4eaning avert an Allende victory, but j '

Socialists so far the parties outside the t ___ uf ,, I ,I I i ii i al
k o
Allende urges immediate nationalization Popular Action Front have not tiw
1 1/2 cups sifted flour of the mining oper. accepted Prat's call for a con .r
1/2 teaspoon baking soda aliens of two U.S. copper companies ference to select a single non-
1/4 teaspoon lilt Anaconda and Kenne- Marxist candidate
1/2 1/2 cup butter chunk-or atyl margarine. butter cott, whose Investments in Chile There is a possibility Allende Harbour H.uu. Pot Repel .lilt.. In f.r.grouiid. Prlv.U.r IV decked ot tU loot of our lawn. Port payee Pooch Club o.. cup
peanut total about a billion dollars. He may not become president even In b.ekflr.und.
1/2 cup granulated sugar also wants to break up the great If h9 receives the largest vote. !I
I'2 curirmly)| pavfctdJight brown',staterof Chile's old 1Ind wn. Unless rcandhltte. gets atrvMoT! "1 '
1 sugar log families. lute majority, Congress picks Wide; and deep ocean-going fait waforwayf..at' the foot of f 'y'Our "a"JT1T
A far more moderate course either of the two leading vote. ,
I vanilla
teaspoon is advocated by Eduardo Fret,
semisweet chocolate pieces candidate of the Christian Dem. getters.Allende's chances in a congressional .
i Sift together the flour, baking ocrats, Chile's largest party, K vote would not be And thot's only part of whet Port Real offer to those who hive a 'fondnet (lee salt water and
soda and nil Cream butter, is leftist but non-Marxist. bright. His Popular Action uncluttered beaches, together with the turonce thet those will never bo Invaded by the tourIng .
granulated sugar and brown sugar; Frel supports a major pro. Front has only 38 deputies in multitude
thoroughly beat in the egg and gram to Improve the lot of the 147-member House and 14
vanilla. Stir in lifted dry in Chlle'i millions of "rotos" seats in the 45-member Senate. .are provided by deed not conversation

desired gredients.Using Chill a level, covered tablespoon if forms ragged ones-but should be says undertaken the re. take Congressional place until elections after the will pres.not 1 I. Port Royal Is a well-established exclusive EJ HpPC.I svS S.Ia j .l 13. No P1 Wty sales are made except in

identlal vote.Despite residential community comprising over 90% HfjUj iWP fKTt B Naples or to those who have made personal 1
Sunday, April 19, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9 B I the actors working of the southernmost two miles of \ and And
square visit to Port Royal seen us in person
flclaU against are Allende worried, many about U.S.Chile's of. Naples, with 144 families in residence and v no Sales are made to persons, other than these

1 political future. Resentment has 15 to 20 new homes building this season No : who have been accepted for membership in

WHY HASN'T long masses festered against what among they Chile's seem promoter's dream of "what Is to- be." the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
to regard as social injustices.The committee.
Communists tell "rotos" tom'
SOMEONE. the land and the copper mines 2. Work started more than 10 years ago. It 14. The foregoing are not "rules and regulations -

ought to be theirs.Alessandri's was continued without modification until it g" which in any way tend to limit your

,. 10 government development initiated became the reality it Is today f complete freedom to enjoy the livability which
a -year
program to expand the econ Port Royal offers. They are measures of protection .

designed and built a con. omy and provide more Jobs 3. More than 6'/a miles of boulevards which designed to guard against any encroachment -

I cooperative with built units 200,000 for peasants low.cost and workers housing wind along the beautiful waterways were laid on your pleasure and anything

ALL the features that people in the past two years, and out and paved, exceeding the standards set by that might tend to depreciate your investment

want most? Afdominium adopted a moderate agrarian reform the State for its primary highways Also proper VIm ft I*. Dlnln' ..... p."' Rarer ease' cite Compatible, congenial neighbors are some,
I American program aid last has year.averaged drainage was provided for every foot of thing that money alone cannot provide.

J A $27.82 per person annually, only boulevard. Of course, all facilities such as property can be members To them, member 15. We do not think that we overstate the

Jlf the exceeded U.S. aid in Latin to Brazil.America Chile's by Naples city water the finest In Florida ship j Is given| without charge with the purchase {facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the

--- -= average per capita Income of electricity, telephone, television cable, etc. are of their property finest places to live In the United States: We

$325 a year compared with $300 available throughout the area are confident that you will agree if fine

SOMEBODY HAS for Latin America generally 4. More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Co- '10. The CUiSIne. ,. at the Port Royal I Beech Club homes, luxurious surroundings, congenialconut ,

whetavlrlntM palms.and other exotic trees were moved Is unsurpassed in Florida and equalled I per. neighbors luperb emate/|, and deep salt(

Yes, First Florida Resource Corp., Florida's most 'l" I world you're In to line the boulevards and other I.nd.ereu.hap., In only a handful of Ameflfl'l more water -f the foot of your lawn, appeal, to you.
experienced builder of luxury clubs, is now e [1 I I distinguished restaurants
proudly offering all this and more In the 5. Port Royal properties are not "lots." They We look forward with pleasure to your vlsilare '

sparkling large, Interestingly shaped private estate 11 Every home In Port Royal must be Or inquiry at our office! Harbour House --'

0 sites Properties range from on.- .lf acre to designed by an approved architect; and built Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive. Ona

CARRIAGE CLUBON r oIdI several acres In size for its owner. Though there are homes block east of Gordon Drive
it .
I I in Port Royal which cost several hundred
GULF SHORE DRIVE, IN THE MOORINGS 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties are on thousand dollars, |it (Is possible to become f
WA I 1 I wide oceangoing which .
deep, waterways resident, of Port Royal for a minimum invest.connect
with the Gulf of Mexico and
directly $6':>,000
men? Ul approximately| $55,000 to a p
the htracoalta waterway to the 10,000 Islands
a including property, residence. and 'landscape ; ,
the '
to soum Ing. Properties range ,in prICe from $14,500

.WASHINGTON I FEDERAL 7 You literally can dock your boat at the foot to $45,000, apart from building costs I q
of lawn if boat Is 90-foot '
;e your even your 12, Every possible 1 protection is provided

: ,,, "WES'MORTGAGE LOANS ON y4cnf- now and for generations to come. Only single f rep

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

pwwfs and COLLIER COUNTYfNfff' / of white powder sand beach, directly on the No speculative building is permitted! ; o. co-

PROPERTIES/ Gulf of Mexico The Club itself is a "gemoperative apartments; no commercial bUildingslike
between r sl.!
: A structure without peer on either coast of any kind. Space required
WUHIKSJM miltl loans en commercial and residential or anywhere in between," said an eminent dences is 60% more than the highest zoning eJ'
fttUKIItnOUU M/IOffl No overhead
TO TOUR/ HQUttlMHIJ.candominlwms laani for refinancing a ,journ.list., It was designed by John Volk of requirement In Naples. to cross
wirri-rNOMI-Vt T loans for land acquisition and development Palm Beach, one of the foremost architects or telephone wires are permitted underground

sue MOITOAOI LOAM PlfAITMSNT I Florida.| streets or enter homes except
In except In the two Looping across the A A.I' ool(71M"ln( length
| everywhere
1701 of the Porr Royal' Brach
twelve teat II a populll
f developed over
In the Port Royal. Beach Club small, areas we 'first I ,,,
JEfferson 88452WASHINGTON p .. 9. Memberships sensible I protections tlll' .IPool( it I Uled during the misses 'on."
are not for sale. Only owners of Port Royal years Igo) Many other


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108 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 19, nit The so-called "forward strat man manpower without a German contribution to Joint defense. Pernell RobertsNot "They told me the four char "My needs are primarily are
,egy" raised the highly emotion.al army. This was finally embodied In the acters wbuld be sharply defined tlstlc Mainly I'm Interested In
Issue of German rearmament The Gaulllsts and Communists London-Far! agreements of and the scripts carefully my own peace of mind, in
: and touched off a four. In the French National Assembly 1954. Satisfied prepared," said Roberts. "Noneof knowing who I am and what
None Of Area Included year hassle within the Allied eventually teamed up to' this was put on paper. None I am"
: camp. West German manpower defeat this plan after all other of it ever happened.
I would manifestly be needed to of the continental Western r With 'Bonanza'HOLLYWOOD "What I objected to most was Coconut Baptist

defend the area, but the years states had approved it. (AP)-It maybe the objective of the show. There Church To Hold
In NATO Lost To Reds :jt Nazi occupation were not for. The collapse of the EDC in .I t "Bonanza" to NBC and all has been an obvious effort to
rotten, particularly! In France. mid.1954 confronted NATO witha a those connected with the Sun. play It safe, to make 'Bonanta Revival Service
PARIS (AP) Under a 1 lox (ceded members nave felt freerto Greece and Turkey: had been flrst.rate crisis U.S. Secretary day night Western, but Pernell a good family show that would Rev willlam L. Camper win
sky on a March afternoon U veer off on their own added I to the alliance, and now of State John Foster Dulles 44e Roberts doesn't feel that way. offend no one and hit a consist. conduct revival services the
1947, Ernest Bevin, foreign se. peculiar tangents. With the j there was a drive to bring in had warned, in a NATO n..us The roughhewn Roberts Is a ent level of medlocrit" at
I retary of Britain, and George notable exceptions of the United 'West Germany as well. conference, that rejection of member of the costarrlng team He thinks the show has hit Coconut Community Baptist
Bldault, foreign minister o States and West Germany :and Rene Pleven, the lanky man CDC would force the United that Includes Lorne Green, Dan that mark with regularity Over Church beginning at 7:30 p.m.
France, walked through the desolate perhaps/ Britain and the tiny j trom Brittany who was then i I States Into an "agonizing reap Blocker and Michael Landon. the past five years he has voiced tonight through Sunday, April
ruins of Dunkerque to the states, NATO nations have consistently I French premier, borrowed an :pralsal" of Its commitments t to" 7 The company has )just com. his feelings in strong terms to 28.
half- elnollshed city hall am failed to produce the I Idea from the Sohuman plan Europe. Eager to head this off, pleted its fifth season. Robertshas the producers and the network. A native of Alabama Rev-
signed a 50.year mutual defense armed contingents they have so tnd I came forward with a pro. Britain's Anthony Eden and one more year to go under Sometimes he has evoked erend Camper has been pastorof
\ treaty. often and so solemnly pledgedone I posal for a "European" army' French Premier Pierre Mendes. his contract and It can't expiretoo changes, sometimes not churches through the south
A week later President Harry another. I In which German troops would France rame up with an alternate soon for him. "People say, 'Why worry? sad of the Tropic Isles Baptist
S. Truman, acutely aware of a Things were quite different In I serve under the European flag plan. ::::: Roberts said his discontent You can laugh all the way to Church in Fort Mvers.
Communist threat to Greece the summer of 1947 when, as 'within the NATO framework The; suggested that WEI be :: started earl!)'. He tried out for the bank.' If I'm doing something '
and Turkey, told Congress thai the saying went, all the Rus. I Known as the "EDC," this plan i expanded to include West C.'r- "Bonanza" when he heard it I don't believe In, 1 would The Coconut Community
the United Sates should "sup. sUns needed to reach the chan. vas hotly) del,at<'d and m,!R,rtlited i many aid It all and that V..'st was to be filmed in color; he en all the Yo'a> t"i the bank Church Is five miles north of
port free peoples| who are resist nel coast was shoes In June I as tho p' MAa sjlutti to rtart I'' forlu aprlm on the El Dorado -
Ing attempted subjugation by 1947, only t few months after the t he: problem J r '1 t ">t Cer. 'i: TC Ith it, wu arm as IU class show. me," RcberU cald: Kcres: jad.behind .

armed minorities or by outside Dunkerque treaty and the Truman .
pressure." Doctrine, Marshall, then
The bluff and hearty Bevln 11 U.S. secretary of state, launched
dead, and Bldault is a fugitive what was to become the "Mar.
exile In Brazil Truman, still hill l Plan" for European union
Jaunty and peppery as he nears and recovery.
his 80th birthday, is remer. Moscow's violent opposition Mo
bered for the "Truman Uoc was the shadow of coming
trine" which helped save Ath. events. One after another, the
ens and Ankara from Commu. governments of Eastern Europe
fist rule. were subverted and seized bj
These two events and these the Communists, until finallythe
actors played the Initial sceneIn widely respected Benes, re.
a drama which eventually established at victory in his pre.
unfolded into history's most war post as president of Czecho.
powerful peacetime defensive slovakia, was forced to accepta
alliance, the North Atlantic Communist premier on Feb.
Treaty Organization. Since 25, 1948.
NATO's inception 15 years alto, Two weeks later, Czech For. ::
not a single square Inch of the elgh Minister Jan Masaryk, the : ii
area it covers has been lost to very symbol of his country's
communism. Western affinities, plungedorwas
Other events and other actors pushed-to his death from 10
-.ome of them in an unwittingrole a window of the ministry in ,
-came to the stage before Prague, and Communist controlwas
NATO could flourish and grow complete In that strategic R
Into today's massive shield and bastion of central Europe. lA n sw p u. +i t
dread arsenal of nuclear power. The ominous shadow of a So.
The treaty of Dunkerque was vlet move on the West prompted
written with a resurgent Germa. Bevin to propose a wider alii
ny In mind, and the Truman ance. y f t
Doctrine was a pragmatic re. Just seven days after
action to a specific situation Masaryk's death, Britain,
rather than a blueprint for West. France, Belgium, Holland and
ern survival. Luxembourg signed the CO.year ,
The Kremlin has played one treaty of Brussels, giving birthto ,,r AkrCL.
a. c .
of the key roles, whether in the the Western European Union 1
person of the cunningly cruel -WEU-March 17, 1948. This
Josef Stalin or the craftily jovial time the potential aggressor was fr
Nlklta Khrushchev. Stalin's the Soviet Union, not a deva. r
grasp for power, with the Berlin stated Germany, and conse.
blockade or the attack in Korea, quently the accord had little
sparked NATOs early develop. value. The five war-torn nations '
ment, Just as Khrushchev's cal. were no match for the Soviet > p i : ..
culated coexistence has favoredthe Union and they knew it. Almost
emergence of Charles de the first WEU decision was to ap. ,
Gaulle's lone wolf approach to peal to Washington for help. ,
Western defense. The reception was favorable.
Then, too, there were the Within a month of Masaryk's :
tragic figures of Edouard Denes death, Vandenberg and Connal.ly 3 ji .
and Jan Masaryk of Czechoslo. had opened discussions with ., .. "'t'
vakla, the portly but sprightlySen. Marshall on security problemsIn
Arthur II. Vandenberg and the North Atlantic area. To.
his horn.rimmed glasses, and gether the senators drafted the _' _
his drawling colleague from "Vandenberg resolution," which it: I'
rexas the whlte.maned Tom urged-an historic break with 4 1':1 > :
....t "" n q, .
:Sonnally, the brilliantly percep. the American tradition of peace r :, _":;.JI
:ive George C. Marshall and time non-Involvement. :

:he genial war hero, Dwight D. This was the germ of NATO, : i <' .\1.'.., ..._ ." ..
Eisenhower, who helped plan the development of the Truman -.'
ATO'. defense as general and doctrine on a wider, permanent ",
NATO's policies as president.De basis. At this point the Kremlin S /
Gaulle and his followers popped back Into the spotlight
wiped torpedo one design forest by clamping a blockade on p y s
Germany's role In West. West Berlin. While Americans
irn defense, and they have con. hastily mounted the airlift the
Inually pressed for a louder Senate, on June 11, 1948, adopt.ed .
trench voice in NATO councils. the Vandenberg resolution. ,
)e Gaulle withdrew much of Negotiations between Washing.
'ranee's contribution to the In. ton and the Brussels treaty : 1
egrated command structure, powers produced a NATO treaty
and there are hints he may text, on March 18.1949virtually "'
lOOn demand a revision of the the first anniversary of the h
reaty Itself. Brussels pact.
Curiously, however, De Less than a month later, on -----r- -z- _
Gaulle's France has not made April 4, 1949, the United States r,
such a suggestion although the and 11 other nations signed the r -- f ,
NATO document has been open NATO treaty In Washington, I
to revision since its tenth birth. formally pledging American ,..
day. In 1969, when the treaty is military power to the protection : 1 % ,
20 years old, a member can of Western Europe, the Medlter. .
withdraw In other words, any ranean and the North Atlantic :\\" > .< ..... (
member can then back up a area. An attack on one wouldbe ..,. ... .... .,. --
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demand for revision with a an attack on all. __
threat to pull out. Most Importantly-and the .
In a way, NATO has been the factor which has been the ker. ;11";
victim of 1 its own sue cess. As the nel of NATO throughout its ex. 0,: ,
threat of Soviet attack has re.'Istence-this meant an attack 'of.
on any member would be an
MOVING TO FLORIDA? attack on the United Stales I.'
(Uwmt Katr>-lUmdd Irly.l The forces of world communism .
era, Modern tqulpmrnt Sam. Jolted the Allies into fur.
pk Ratri I Aftwren Naplr ther action and drastically al.
"*: tered the position of West Germany ., them an
2000Iba.4000lbs. in Allied eyes on June 23, .
cast you cat you 1950, when North Koreans at. ;J.litl _
Nt" lork $20120 $36240 tacked South Korea. This had
(hitMO 101.20 $382. .40; two immediate effects within
Cleveland 1II11.SIt S3 9.Z0S."lnl NATO. It convinced the Allies
that their danger was global,
all northern points
and It moved them to defend
and Florida including Naples,
Fort Myrrn, Punta dorda. Western possible Europe as far forwardas : ltllnce: : \ calipers and slide rulis dra lines and diiamne) no: .

Charlotte harbor, Saranotalf At Allied request, President airplanes and auountmg!; liMe limn, tilt nunol Gulf American
Write for rates l and cost Truman sent Gen. Eisenhower
estimates from any rill to over to take command of the land Corporation are accomplish' moduli-day miraclesin
any Florida point or nil eel. Integrated force which NATO
l< across the central European :: : :
& VAN LINES front- he "shield"-while U.S. engineer: years of study and vast
323 9th Slrret South strategic bombers stood ready miracleSith
SI I'ftrr.bun, Florida as the "iword." : : : expiritnce( enable him to turn the dreams ol

thousands into reality. lie is helping to develop:

the master plan for Gulf \mencan second Honda

community, dolden (ate, I 13 road miles Irons :Naples: on the burgeoning Florida Gulf C
NATIONAL BANKOF "MX i )ears ago another Man Behind the Miracle planned Cape C oral. 'Waterfront \\onderland

NAPLES 4 'd'"I- Others are taking up \shere he left off, transforming his blueprints into the roads, waterways,

homes, factories. shopping centers and playgrounds of \merua mmt talked about new community,
HOME lotated just 13 road miles southwest of Fort Myers C There are o\er :1"ion() Men Behind the Miracle

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