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: February 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Weather Outlook ugh[ Law I

Partly cloudy through Sunday. = eb 2 pats 2:14 a.m.: j 1.20 p.m.;

High Sunday In the low 70.. Q! N Feb. J a 1:4: $ ':23 10:11:

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ds' north to northeast 8u.- OU14 nee,:4I hour 5:02 for 10:31 Mares t

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1964 22 Pages 10 CENTS 40th YEAR HUMBER 133' HrldRt on the Trail

I Expect: 70 Per Cent Turnout t j ?J l"i \\t r Brightens" '' # I .J '\ i ".1..' 1 LBJ's Name

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City Votes Tuesday I f I

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I + re Young manufacturer has testified he Albert made i

!I'. For Mayor, Council ,S use television of In connection advertising President Johnson'sname but with never the I

talked to Johnson about the 1
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I Upwards of 70 per cent of vote at the First Methodist day, City Attorney David Include the two highest candi- transaction

the voters of Naples are expected Church,388 First Avenue South. Spingler has ruled. However, dates for Turner's unexplred 1'k In testimony made public by
the Senate Committee
to go to the polls Tuesday This precinct's boundaries are an amendment totheCltyCharter term, if none of the four In T today, louni said that a refer.

I to elect a new mayor and Fifth! Avenue South to the south, made by the 1963 Legislature Tuesday's balloting obtainsa erne he maJe to Johnson In a

fill four seats on City Council. and Golf Drive and Eighth Ave- prevents more than one clear majority.The June 11, 195], letter "was purely J

The pel's will be open from nue North to the north. runoff election. new mayor and those a little background music."

7.a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday for Voters living north of the persons who are elected to ti The committee Is looking into

the non-partisan municipal el- Golf Drive-E Ighth Avenue North RUNOFF POSSIBILITY Council on Tuesday will take advertising time purchased on

ection. Those living south of line (Precinct 10)) will ballotat If a runoff Is necessary, it office at noon Wednesday. City an Austin, Tex., television sta.

Fifth Avenue South, Precinct the Church of Christ, 1540) will be held February 18. It Council wil Interrupt Its agendaat tlon owned by Johnson's family

5,will cast ballots at the fire Mandarin Road. These are will be necessary In the event that time to canvass the precinct : 'r I I,r / 1'i i : as part of Its conflict-of-interest
I inquiry into the business deal.
station on Eighth Avenue South the same polling places as In of any of the following circumstances reports, count absentee 1 : : j ,: bogs of Robert G. Baker.

near Eighth Street. the general election last November : ballots, and swear In new mem- Baker, a former Johnson pro.

Residents of the central part If no one of the four can- bers. tege, resigned last Oct. 7 as'

of the city (Precinct 6)) will Registrar Edna Cribb Santa didates for Turner's unexpir- secretary to the Senate's Dem

reports there are 2,709 qualified ed term obtains a clear majority Police Hunting VOTE, NO MATTER HOW, BUT VOTEis George Pittman, chairman of the Jay ocratio majority. At the time

voters In the City. By ) or the slogan of Naples Jaycees as cee committee in charge and Don Young's letter was written,
Auditor FindsIrregularities precincts, there are 995 In If less than three candidatesfor Negro AssailantOf Johnson was Senate majority
Arnold. A battery of ,telephones will
they to man telephones Tuesday leader
the fire house precinct, 967(; four-year seats receive the prepare
in the First Methodist precinct, votes of a majority of the vot- White WomanLocal in an effort to get Neapolitans to be set up at ,the corner of Fifth Avenue Young, who testified at a

and 747 In the Church of Christ ers. It Is possible, but remot- law enforcement author. exercise their civic duty' in the city South and Eighth Street in the 'tele closed tlsed his hearing cookware Friday products, adver.on.

precinct, which was set up within ely so, that none of the Coun- ties yesterday were following phone parking lot'.
In FDC Records election. From left are: Longshore, company the station seven years ago und
the last year. cil seats will be filled Tues several leads which they hoped er an agreement made with

TALLAHASSEE) (APThe City Clerk Elsie Lehman reportS day. On the other hand It might lead to the arrest of a Dun B. Reynolds a local lnsurame >

Florida Development Commission that 27 voters applied for Is possible that all of them Negro who allegedly raped a agent with whom Dakar
used money appropriated absent voter's ballots, and all could be filled without a run- white woman shortly after noon $22,607 Item Can't Be Spent was associated./ -

for contractors to py its repj- were expected to be on hand off needed. There definitely Friday on the bank of a canal Reynolds has testified that he
Gordon River The3g.year.old
lar workers, State Auditor Er by Monday. Bypreclnctsthereare wil not be a runoff for mayor.In near bridge to bought the TV time at the re.

nest Ellison said today 17 absent voters In the fire- the event of a runoff,there that she woman had been reported fishing Claim For Extra quest of Waller Jenkins, one of
State law requires regular em. Hendry ExpensesStill Johnson's longtime aides, after j
house district, six in the First will be two candidates for each when the man came up and after
ployes to be paid from salary writing $100,000 In Insurance
Methodist precinct, and four In unfilled Council seat, Spingler a brief conversation attacked her.
appropriations and places restrictions the Church of Christ precinct.ON says. These two candidates The attack occurred about 100 iwlldes on Jolinson's life.In /
on salaries. a sworn statement to the
will be those who the yards north of the bridge. DiscoversThe
poled Pending Naples
Ellison said an audit of the big committee, Jenkins had denied
THE BALLOT A who examined her
state agency showed cases in highest number of votes but physician knowledge of any arrangementsby
which employes were switched Candidates on Tuesday's City still were not elected to an according to Chief of Police Den which Reynolds purchased ,

from regular payroll jobs to separate ballot are as follows unfilled seat. Caruthers, stated that there was City had better hang on to how much extra money llendrv Notification that the claim! Is the advertising time

contracts and returned to MAYOR: H. Milton Link and Some candidates have ques- physical evidence corroborating that 22607.88 It still has in the has requested, but the Corp still "live"ends speculation here Chairman B. Everett Jordanof

the payroll when contracts ran Archie Turner. tioned Splngler's interpretation the attack. Caruthera stated that bond-lssue account titled "addl. refused to tell him The citymanager that, after eight months, the mat. tha Rules committee said be*
out.. COUNCIL three the woman's clothing was torn tlonal funds for federal dredg. did ask the Corps tc i ter might have been dropped fore Young's testimony was
( four-year of the Chaner provision regarding -
and her face and neck scratched log," let the know when It take It definitely the .
City i I removes $22,
Cases,were found in which': 17 teriMMrs. Smith runoffs. *. 'made public that it substantla
Shirley The
l persons 'drew part of their payfrom *.Beck Francis attorney'bade and brulsod. t.:1tyhdanarer' Vince Wood was ,up Hendry's claim: because (tile, Q7.88 sumrrnp\conshfertthmast I '.ed J w.Uns'! at dem.r"., .
Ford Joel ,
his ruling to clear up pos- Police said the woman des.
the salaries appropriations told Friday afternoon by the City would like to be represented l t a possible source to meet the
and part from appropriations Kuperberg, Elmer (Lonnie) sible confusion as to what requirements crlbed her attacker as being be Corps of Army Engineers district as an "Interested third party.1Rifle '''construction costs col the pro.

for contractors. Lonsdale, Mrs. Casey Miller, candidates had to tween 30 and 35 years old, wear. office In Jacksonville that posed recreation confer.. 27 Wildfires

Ellison said the attorney central Kenneth G. Penny and George meet Tuesday to be elected Ing a yellow-green shirt with a the claim for extra expenses Meanwhile, Mayor Francis

had held such an arrangement Rea rdon. without a runoff.A dark brown or maroon cap and by the Naples Day dredging con. LinkedTo Ford said It was his opinionthe

strongly Indicated employ COUNCIL(Turner's unexpir- possible runoff could Include dark pants.Seek. tractor Is IItlllpcndlne.Deepenlne City should not without at Reported By

ment and not a bona fide con. ed two-year term): RobertL. the six highest candi- of the boat channelIn l lent a public hearing<< dip Into

tract. Combs Eddie Durno JamesT. dates for four-year terms, If the Bay was done by Hendry Us $104,000 cash carryover, to Forest Ranger
The on commission Accord Corp. of Tampa In a project make up the $12pi62! deficiency
report operations Mayfield and H.B. Reeder. none of the three seats are Beckwith
for the 34 months end. ,supervised by the Corps of En. between the recreation center's
Turner, Ford, Kuperberg, filled; the next four highest, if after the Rainfall over the county averaged -
Shortly job's and
ing June 30, 1963, also made glneers. allocated amount the basic
these points and Mrs. Miller presently are two of the seats are left unfilled completion last June, Hendry JACKSON ) A bal.i, low bid. 2.99! inches of rain during

That the commission paid for on Council. Ford has been and the top candidate In Network filed a claim for additional fundsto ILstlcs expert testified Saturdaythat "I want to see this confer the month of January, but the

repairs on a leased airplane although mayor for the last four years, receives a clear majority! or compensate for what It termed a rifle found near the slain built, but I want to see It built county fire control unit of the

its contract provided for and Is prohibited by Charter the next two highest, if one "unforeseen delays Medgar Evers' house was the without any violation of the law forest service battled 27 wildfires *

the plane owner to pay for all from running for a third two- seat Is unfilled and the two top Nothing has been heard since same gun an earlier witness In any sense," Ford said lie during the month County
repairs. year term.A Union RowSAN about the fate of Hendry's claim. said he tradod to Byron De La said he would "prefer a referen. Ranger Sam Patterson report

That the commission contracted candidate must obtain majority The City has been Interested Betkwlth. dum" If It came to the City
bcause It may have to pay 37.4 Berk with, a 43.year.old fertll. absolutely having to build the ed.The
for frozen juice con. the
orange of
approval ballots.A
a majority of Ing DIEGO, Calif. (AP) 27 wildfires burned over
per cent of whatever Hendry izer saUsman from Greenwood recreation building with the aid
centrate at $9.50 a case for the ,
the voters to be elected Tues possible runoff also would Negotiators met for four hours 664 acres, with two miscellaneous -
period Sept. 1, 1963, through gets Miss., faces possible duath in of part of the cash carryover.
June 30, 1963, but the low bidder beyond a strike nationwide deadline strike todayto Wood asked the Jackionvllle the gas chamber for last sum He also said he "Would rather fires cove ring an additional -

raised the price to $12.50 a case avert a office of the Corps of Engineers mer's ambush slaying of Evers, not see' having to redesign 358 acres, Patterson said.
Contingent Returns With Big Smiles radio and
two major
Feb. 25 and to $15 a case May television against networks.A .a Negro civil rights leader, building to fit within the $60,000 He also reported the service
20. By the end of the contract, FBI agent Richard p6|>pletonft bond-lssue allocation but noted In co-operation with farmers
the commission paid$3,341 more contract between ABC, Head Of Washington said microscopictests that redesigning may be necessary burned over 1,425 acres of

for orange juice than it would Commissioners NBC and the National Assocla. matched test.flred car. control fires.
have paid under the low bid ReportOn tion of Broadcast Employes and Security Held trldge cases with 30 cartridgecases City Council at Wednesday's Three new medium tractors
price. Technicians expired Friday fired in the gun before it meeting will review the re. and transports arrived duringthe
night at midnight EST. was traded to Beckwith four creation center dilemma, with an
That two employes were paid month to supplement firefighting

mileage of $75.50 each for traveling Tallahassee TripThe Both sides agreed to negotiate As Jew SlayerBonn years A Mississippi ago. Delta Country eye costs toward through meeting surplus construction funds with. equipment, and tank

together In a privately beyond the deadline a company trucks expected to arrive
owned airplane spokesman laid A union spokes Germany (AP- plantation operator Emits in the bond Issue, If such trans.fer V"
I'Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's Thornton McIntyre testified Friday of funds from other bond. during February.
Commission Chairman Wen. Collier County contingent all evidence was In and luarned man said the extension was at work the
'chief security officer has been he had traded a 30.00 En Issue accounts Is ruled legal Construction on
dell Jarrard, given an opportunity which flew to Tallahassee court of the court decision by radioen the companies' request I arrested on charges of participating field rifle to Bee kwith. Marco fire tower is under way

to answer the critical comments validation session on the $17 route to Naples "Needlessto Affected are l.BUU employes I In the World War DNa. Before Poppleton took the and about 80 feet of the tower

did not challenge any. He million bond issue to build the say, the radio flash caused in New York, Washington, Chi. zl:j massacre of Jews in south. stand another FBI agent told Rocky Enters has already been erected, he
said most of the technical find Everglades Expressway return. quite a commotion. We were
cage, Philadelphia, Los Ange.lea ,ern Russia of picking up 53 spent shells said. The headquarters tower
ings were corrected before the ed Thursday "all smiles" at the Venice when then.w.
flying over
and San Francisco from and
McIntyre turning
Ewald Peters' ( who also held
ended West near the Swamp Uuggy grounds
audit period court decision. came in, Polly said. them over to ptvploton for ex. Virginia
The union said It was seek t the: post under former West Ger. will be under construction this
The bonds were validated.How. Polly said, also, that the presence In at Ion.Poppleton.
Foot Slips Off ever, opponents of the issue were of the Collier County group, ing job security provisions and i ia man Chancellor Konrad Aden said only 33 of the, Race month.In .
hike to salaries auer was arrested In
pay equal for Thursday Primary
granted a right of appeal to a the one from the reward County 53 cartridge cases bore suffl. other activities: of the unit,
Brake Hits Gas higher court.Commissioner. Commission and representativesof comparable jobs at the Colum. I Rome clent markings for comparison a demonstration site of about
bla Broadcasting System A dlf. Peters, a short, stocky man CHARLESTON, W.Va (AP)
the Reservation
Wesley Down. Indian three the
When her foot slipped off the ferent union represents CBS em. I Iployu In his early !50s, had accom., District Attorney William 1.. -New York Cov. Nelson a. acres along Naples
log said, for the most part, indicated solid support of thecrossstate
Waller asked "Can tell the Immok.lee Road has been
you plant.
Erhard his visit tot} Rockefeller became formal
brake aa she was waiting for |panted on
members of the with the highway and "no
group, .
jury that this weapon tired 30 ed In In a reforestation
President Johnson Texas: entry today in West Virginia'sMay pines
traffic to clear at the Four Cor.
exception of Circuit Clerk Mar. doubt was considered by the presiding The union said ABC would be McIntyre rounds and your eigttteat
ners last night, It hit the accel. I ranch last December. His Join 12 presidential preference project.
garet Scott, sat on the "hard judge hardest hit by a strike, since a rounds?"
erator and the car which Mrs. I also included responsibility for' primary Rainfall In the county by stations
benches" through the two-day According to Polly, County Attorney majority of those affected work poppletont "Yes, sir,"
Adallne Westfleld of Haverford 'organizing security measuresfor Rockefeller's certificate: and was recorded as follows
hearing without any participation James Adams is maneu. there. They Include white col. wallers "Are you sure?"
Penn. was driving hit the rear In the proceedings vering with opponents of the toll lar workers, janitors wardrobe distinguished visitors,Including Popplotoni "I am positive" $1,000 filing fee were deposited Immokalee tower, 3.2 Inches,

end of the car driven by Paul Clerk Scott, however, was cal road to dispense with any and makeup men as well II'' President Kennedy, who Beckwith watched glumly as with the West Virginia sec re. Miles City tower, 3,581nches3
Comes, 729 I 10th Ave., Naples, led as a witness to verify slg. attempts to appeal the decision technicians. NBC's membership'came to West Germany last Waller wove his case tary of state by Arch Cllles, an and Naples 2.99 inches.

which was headed In a souther natures, and proper execution of to a higher court. Is primarily of tecnhtclans. June assistant campaign manager
ly direction on Ninth Street walU instruments reviewed in the hear

ing Damage for the stop amounting light. to $75 was ing.Downing said the opposition to Humane Driving For $15,000 I
done to the Comes car and $100to the toll road Insisted that owner. ,
the rented car driven by Mrs. ship of a section of land near

Westfleld. No one was Injuredin the western terminal of the cross "Contribute to kindness help kennel memorials at IIOOO.aeh. a flat rate for each animal ad rapt: when earmarked for a par.

the accident and no arrests state highway be made public. .., as to help them by burning our A nonprofit harltable: FlOe mUted to the shelter for the S titular purpose by a contributor
were made. The opposition believing thata debts," Is the theme of those rlda corporation, and Collier required days of impoundment,
road board member was one of working in the Humane So"lety's County's only animal l welfare or* and then the expense of the anI.mal'l The Society sheltered a total
No Intention Of the lost "face" when '' annual and of 1,248 animals during the first
owners, f. : membership building ganization and shelter, the So. care falls upon the Society
this proved fal.e.Downlneclu.1- '' .. \'....lI( fund drive to begin this week > iety is dependent upon member. At the beginning of 1963, the nine months of operation in 1883,
In addition to Impounding 13 bite
EnteringPolitics, fled this Incident u "a bit of ... r and ':-ontinue throughout the month ship dues avid voluntary contributions Society had a balance $12,927.
drama" in the session .. .' ,:.. .. )1 F.bruary. for such necessities as 50 in the building fund, and re. cases and rabies suspects and
Says EvangelistHOUSTON t c .. Investigating 10 reported cases of
Commission Chairman l John Collins has been
Dewey W. nam. shelter 'onstrucilon and main.tenatlle. celpts during the year totaled
Evan. Polly related 'hat members of '. ,:. ,. .. td u Chairman of the drive, and animal ambulances, $27,291.48, including a loan of cruelty: and the group expects
T'a. (AP)- ,. .i''. an even greater Increase la ac.tivlty .
the Colliir the 1964 has been
goal set
county group were at
1st Billy Graham said today .; gasoline, oil, ambulance main. $7,000. Total disbursementswere
gel forced to leave Immediately after _, :iPilAiJ : 1,000 members and $11,000 to during 1864.
he has no Intention of entering : tenance, utilities, equipment, in* $34,338.31, with the break.
"5' tk enable the group to continue and surance, medications and dlsln down as follows shelter t equip Those Interested in Joining or

politics _. I _": txpand their necessary humane fectants, administration and m.nt $27,908.09 payroll $4'. contributing to the Humane So.
Graham made this announcecmint Weather Review ork during the next 12 months most Important loud 544.55J food A supplies $1 I,. ciety may contact the shelter
at a news conference In YOU CONTRIBUTE to kindness wherfyou contributeto Memberships available at this 802.92; miscellaneous $940.40; at Midway 2.6483 lor brochures

reply to a published report In Mas. MIL SalaJas. lime are for the calendar year CITY CONTRACTThe utilities $ 493.99; office cupplies and membership forms, or may
the Humane of A is :
the Houston Press that he might 2S 8. It .." Society Naples. good example ,::964, with the exception of ll/e Society Is not supportedby $493.32) and postage A make checks payable to the Hu.

accept a presidential draft. IaL' 21 It It ISO this happy, well
The evangelist told newsmen IaL 27 II IS IIIJa. of "Animal of the Day" She is described as 8 months j j following categories] Junior Collier County has no municipally Still in debt' and operating on P.O. Box 451, Naples, rioricl
that be felt the greatest servicehe IUOO J Annual $3.00; Sustain. operated pound, so the So. borrowed funds, the Humane Society Membership cards wW be raaUed .!
.. 28 11 U .."
old short-haired and lovable J
could render his to honey-colored,
country very InC j UW8i; and life $100r ciety has a contract with the City Is limited in Its scopeof to all new and renewed meats
preach the lO8fe!. ilL n 7. n .... This pup is just one of many being offered for adoption more. Cold anodized aluminum of Naples for $373 per month. activity by funds available, hers along with a letter of ac.knowledgement f:i
Graham Is In Houston to ad. ,Ia.. Sf 71 11 ....
and may be seen at the shelter from 12.3 p.m. | memorial plaques are also an amount equivalent to the shel. and this in turn limits eiulp.! and appreciation,
the 9th annual Layman'sleadership ....
dress Ia. 21 Ie 12
being offered with cat and all contributions
cage ter manager's salaryThecountycommiubnars mend and personnel There can art Ux
Institute. i D... .,.<..* .y CrikM.. 0.r*_, Tuesday through Sunday ,memorials at $100 each, and doc pay the Society be no accumulation of funds ex. deductible*


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 2. 1961 Jesse and Lucille Browning.Everglades .

:. :....::.. ':: :P:: ::://C:::! :> "::.:.,: .. ACTION AT THE JAIL Excellent Watkins Barkau '
NewsBy : : : :: :"::. ATTENTION! There has been Buys From &
I quite a bit of activity aroundthe
A new door
jail lately.
; By Juanlu We'Jen ; &&WL and sidewalk has been added to
i:. the building and the radio and Spacious Tropical Home

Greetings! It has been two come effective January 31st. office equipment moved to that
weeks since the Evergladesnews Since that time we have been room. Friday Nurse Gretchen
column has appeared In palming the pastorium, packing Weinstein Thelma Cold and
this paper and everyone will and finally made the move Doctor Brothers with a work
probably be surprised (plea- from our house on Allen Avenue crew moved al' the Health
santly I hope). Eric and 1 to the pastorium this past Department's equipment from
have been so very busy this week. Although Eric has been Its former location on Broad-
month that I have ne lrctsd the supplying since the mid';le of way to the front office of the
news, but now will work harder December, today Is the first old jail.
on writing. Sunday as full-time pastor.He Last week I met Hans and
During the month of December extends a cordial Invitation Katie Schmlsser of West Holly'
Eric received a call from to everyone to attend all wood. In 1929 Barron Collier ,
the Everglades Baptist Chapelto services of the church: Sun Sr. brought Mr. Schmelsser
become their minister. The day School at 9:45 a.m., morn- from Germany to design the City
last week of December,he turn- day School at 9:45 a.m., of glades. Aftersupervls
ed his resignation In to the Morning Worship service 11 Ing the plantings in Evergladesthey
Sheriffs Department, to be- a.m., Training Union 6:30p.m. moved to West Hollywood.Mr. ".
1 -'" Evening Worship service 7:30 Schmelsser, who Isamaster /
t| WATCH NAPLES GROW p.m. On Wednesday evenings at architectural landscaping -
Trail frontage choir practice at 7:15 p.m. has designed the groundsof
713 followed by Prayer Meeting at the Hollywood Beach Club 1
$100,000 8 p.m. Immediately followingthe and most of the golf courseson
72 Acres Naples Day morning worship service the east coast of Florida.
t. $3oq.,000 today "dinner on the ground" Visiting with them were Mrs.
will be served. Fese Margratt and George .
5 acres 1 mile from Gold. ll f
W.M. and Birdie Garrett are Black and Reugte Sando Hanover d.s, ..
en ,Gates 1250. the new owners of the Weldon Germany.
Re,. R. E. house on Allen Avenue. Birthday wishes are extended It I .
If .
Gj Wa L U I Broker Moving Into the house vaca- to Sam Bonard who cele- r, 1r
ted by the Garretts on Cope- brated his 67th birthday Jan-
421 9th St.' No. land Avenue last week wereioi's uary 27th. I
Elizabeth lies also celebrated .
a birthday this week. Wednesday -
Beth became 5 and she
t and her mother spent the day
WIFEFrom In Naples shopping and doing
"girl things" together.
Sandra and Gray Williams
have moved IntothePredmorehome
e Bible you know what happened to In Jerome and I hear
her but contem- she just got settled in before
to turn to a more Agreeable,
porary subject what about wife's lot? starting work In the county tcxassessor's

This is one of the most desirable hometitet
In the central beach area. Located on the northeast I think half the people In Everglades -
corner of Third Avenue and First Street, attended the basket-

South, it offers 150 by 100 feet of lovely proper. ball game in Naples this past
ty for that home you have long had In mind. Tuesday so I won't attempt to

Of course, it really isn't a wife's lot that name Mavis Hughes everyone., who However attendedthe Just a breeze from the Gulf, this three bedroom, ditioning; outside shower and storage space; fire7'4 .

was |just a play on ,words. It can be yours for the game night with stayed Jane over Herren.and spent The tile bath home is of CBS and brick construe. place

$9,500 terms one fourth down, balance (in next morning the two enjoyeda tion. All electric kitchen, includes dishwasher;
three equal annual payments at 6% Interest. game of golf. Completely and tastefully furnished.
Florida room; Carrier central heating and air con.I
We just received word that
Check with us about this choice property, Sandy Moore well-known Shown by appointment only

just a block from the Gulf winter visitor and fisherman
died shortly after returning
home to Nashville last weekend ONLY $34,000 terms
rid TWte* He will be missed. .
Friday was my last day of
work for the Chamber of Commerce
so If anyone has any
A tJdatu eea/t aO news, contact me at OX 5-
3871. Monday Birdie Garrett LOT SALE!
605 5th Ave., South
will start full time secretarial Excellent OpportunityCamplese
i work for the Chamber. The

Phone MI 22124"NAPLES Chamber Is working hard hlri I CloseOurWill.. Sell..All.As..Group.-. .. ForBuilders '
; ..... _. .1\. promoffitgthe area,;so :support ., ,
It whtfy&ir'membetshlp dues' ( Or Individually U -
SELLS ITSELF-LET AD and ideas for promotion.NEW EXCELLENT
A New Haven Railroad freight In Decker Highlands on Solana Road
train was delayed for two hour.
recently by an auto on the track.
Police who towed the caraway
discovered that a motorist
; rii had mistaken the railroad road.
bed for a parking area and had
THEATRE PROGRAM' left hm car there while he went Just Reduced '
to 28,000
i Period Of 11I shopping_ hhuuu_. .
n 11II'

SUN dorl Hay BRAKE

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MON. \\polly. hergen'wioiv .,. SERVICE

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r'C!': -. ; !tfi- w Sunday;r February 2, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

Tips On Naples SHOP OUR

Flotilla I Nationalistic UpheavalStirs

I USCGAMembers

j. 1.i. Panama Seek LeaderBy I.Aa9OF
of Naples' Flotilla for hire Coast Guard approved ; _
93 of the U.S.Coast Guard Auxl. life preservers are positively ROBERT BERRELLEZ
llary call the of things in the beginning of the
attention ot all required. A near tragedy oc. PANAMA (AP-A still beardless .
flag incident that left 27 dead
fellow boatmen,
particularly the curred recently In the area of a nationalistic upheaval is
and 250 hurt Panama's leftist
novice, to the ,
text of the Motor. local marina in the Naples bay stirring here in search of a
extremists moved In after.
boat Act of 1940, and\ as amended area when a boatman became en. leader. soon
to 1959, regarding Ute preser. tangled In a mooring line as his When the trailblazer is found ward. FOOD BUYS
vers. outboard left its slip, throwinghim -there are no visible candi.dates Numerically the Castroltes
The Congress of overboard. His and Marxists here are not 1m
the U.s. two children
motorboat enactment reads shall, In part:"Every'were life aboard-but of neither wearing ton's present on the horizon-Wash1n&dispute with pan. presslve.place The their most reliable strength estImates at- "The Best Of Meats For Miles Around""
carry at least jackets any description.
ama over the Canal zone may
one life preserver or life belt, As the boat proceeded unattendedIn resemble a precinct politicalrow about 600 hardcore militantsand CHOICE CORN FED WESTERN BEEF CUT TO
or ring buoy or other deviceof a circle glancing off pilings, by comparison.To a considerably larger fol U.S. PRIME & U.S. ORDER
the sort prescribed by the rer It finally rammed into a dock. some with experience here lowing of sympathizers But
they concentrated in the
gulatlons of the Commandant of Fortunately no one was injured, and In Havana, Panama's polite usual are student
the Coast Guard for EACH per. but what was intended to be a ical atmosphere seems chargedwith strategic spots
labor Choice Round Bone
federations some unions U.S. -
son on board, Including children happy outing nearly ended In the spirit and passions of
and babies, so placed as to be grief. the Cuban revolution In its pre. and among working news.
readily accessible. Some of us may feel It more Marxist Image. papermen.
There Is no mistaking the for.. manly to go out In our boats This is partly because In many CROSS RIB ROAST 97 4
going; It simply is a Federal with ui regards for life preser. national characteristics PanamaIs
Law. It is further stated that wers. However we all need to a startling miniature of Cuba. Ib.
"motor boats In Classes A, 1, recall that the dredgers and Army But far more significant is the
and 2 MUST carry either re. engineers who were responsiblefor existence in this tiny sliver of a
gulatlon approved life pre. our newly dredged deep chan. country of virtually Identical
'servers, or boueant cushions." nel to Gordon pass and the conditions that fueled Fidel Cas. U.S. Choice i
All these must be approved by the Coast Guard members respon. tro's movement.
t Coast Guard. Bible for the new channel mar. There are the ceaseless tidesof
With such requirements for kers and lights all wore hel. quick laughter and lightning
all owners of small craft, It mats AND approved life preser. kate{ the gaping> moat of IndU. 'ROUND BONE ROAST 594
, a may come as a surprise to some vers while on board large as ference and resentment sepa.
that Federal law states that net. well as small craft. We as ama rating the tiny enclave of a rul. Ib.
ther ring buoys or buoyant cushIons teurs may well heed the exampleof Ing elite from the legion ofpoqr
or vests are accepted on the "pros." "The life you ) and a burgeoning middle
,motor boats carrying passengers save may be your own." class throbbing with the usual
---- social growing sa1ns-anger. Choice All Lean Boneless

NO JOB TOO BIG bitterness some hope.frustration despairand
OR TOO SMALLEXPERIENCE With the physical creation of Ib.694
R the Canal Zone and Its nearly SWISS STEAKU.S.
antiseptic neatness, mechanical
Since 1919 sufficiency and abundance the
United States opened up a dls.
MEANSRELIABILITY ._ play window through which the
Panamanians could measure In.
ferlorlty and feed their resent. Choice BonelessBEEF

TOM LOGAN PLUMBING ments.For a half a century all this M
went into the shaping of a"grin ;vk.
465 Fifth Ave. So Phone MI 2-2923 or Mi %.440% gophobla" of a virulence in 1964. CUBES Ib.794 i
that matches and often surpasses
Castro's blackest moods. CHOICE Hubert H. Hum I
This has nourished In turn, a phrcy,US Senator from Minn*.
MR. & MRS. VOTERAre fierce nationalism the depth lOti, hat topped I poll of DemoCratic j
range and capability of which county Chairmen at the
were sharply demonstrated last party belt choice for the vice BrentwoodCORNISH i
you one of the many hundreds of person month in the bloody rioting.overa presidential nomination In 1964,
flag Incident in the UJS. con
that must cross the Tamlami) Trail several, time. trolled zone 7 GAME HENS 594 I

each day ? ? ? If you are, vote for and elect scene Among there students Is an of understand the local FLORIDA MORf THAN TOIRISTS HAIR OP WILL

able reluctance, therefore to RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I EACH
treat the Canal Zoneclash as I
Copt. K. G. just a spontaneous Isolated incI-
Penny dent. There Is much to suggest
the existence of.at least the out. HAMBURGER SPECIALFRESH
Y line of a preconceived strategy..

To help YOU make the crossing:, 3 speculation There is that fertile Castrolte ground Carib.for 7i/E,4tA GROUND

bean strategists after their debacle .
QUICKER, SAFER, and I in veneniela's December wg:1/P!> HAMBURGER 3 Las. 1.39
elections decided to move shopto
More CONVENIENT I Panama.If eOoIIlI._' I'I.OIIC' _SM.mare t }
ca wneaP
they were not in the middle
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At Rear Chris-Tal Market HAMBURGER BUNS 19c


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with your present:: Lawn Maintenance? If not, see us. We are en-
tering: this field and will only take on a few lawns to maintain *

See or call us. We will be only too happy to come out and quote TREET C.n 49C Extra Fancy large Indian liver

you a price. We Guarantee our Work. You will be surprised at DEL MONTE ORANGES 'doz. 69c"A

the difference in Price. Phone today. SLICED BEETS 2 l?s? 39c *'Fine a* theFmett"



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Ripe 1 STOUFFER'SMacaroni Ub.

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Wjit NtroSUNOAY. TO THEf1J corapeDhw other uxjs. In the .t.tv

opinion of a majority of city /

EDITOR council.


FEBRUARY 2. 1964 According to the provisions of S t tq OtherCandidates'

APPRECIATION Chapter 180, Florida Statures,

(EDITOR'S HOTEl In order to pr. U. .wlflcl.nl ipoc. f., Ml end co..pl... a municipality is not aurhqri- ea {

....w." le qu..tlens ..... oil 13 condld.toi by Th. Nowt, .....,.1) f..t" end Editor The,family Collltr 4 Co Dewey nty Hewn n. stal- zed to expend public money to r I
a hospital. Were the
mot.rlol I vtwolly curried on this page ere bans prompted this on. tint*. W. hep lard, deceased tits alb) their
Naples Community Hospital a
.. .. boor with ) undersigned pastor to convey to +
r.ad.rt will undtrttand tho .c. ", ol iSIt move and MI.
Sheriff E. A. "Doug" Hendry municipal hospital or if it were 5

:'! t'< '.:Jff :=:' : J t;,;. j f ': ;' ;I.rS: ,>,; .': 1 and to his staff their profound a municipal hospital operatedby Views On
l : ', .......:.. -,,:, ... ,..;<.,s_ ,,....,": "><""'_t.', \-j v. ::.: ";: "'Y,: : I appreciation, for the sacrificialand a private company in accord _
exhausting effort w'hlchth.y' with Chapter 180. Florida Sta- t ,
. Vote As You Please But Please VoteOn expended In making the March totes I would be In favor of the

which they unlertot lat "eHi. city supporting it. Page 5

voters will elect the answers helpful in selecting the best Further, the famllx! wished to The Collier County free pub- r
Tuesday, Naples express their appreciation to the
four members of City Council and a candidates to vote for. many citizens of the community lic library exists by virtue
of Chapter 150 Florida Statutes -
Neapolitans will have an opportunityon who have been exemplary in their
will be
mayor. Since the five attitudes of and thus U a county library r

one more than a majority, voters will Tuesday to hire some talented and helpfulness and sympathy and Its: support a county .1

be placing In their hands control of thecity's capable people to work for them at less Finally, we thank the Collier function. Therefore, the city DR.FRANCIS FORD *

Neapolitans than minimum wages. County News for publication this cannot properly expend money 4-Year Council Seat t.AA.: ..,'" ...--
affairs. Obviously item of for its If however CASEY MILLER
gratitude MRS.
support. ,
should be careful in their selections.It Those selected for the jobs will take Harry C. Parham, the library was established under 1. .CIGARETTE. TAX MONEY 4.Year council: Seat Mrs. Shirley Beck
charge of YOUR business, spend YOUR Pastor First This was a much need-
Chapter 137: Florida.: Statutes -
is not the policy of The News, or and Methodist Church ed help as we grow the 1. CIGARETTE TAX MON
money, act in YOUR name, establishthe providing for municipal
still law now for munici- of the opinion that
other in a community EY I am
any newspaper image of YOUR city in the of libraries after a referendum derived
eyes EIS additional revenue
SUCCESS water any
small enough for a majority of residentsto others. I would be In favor of the city in cigarette
streets, etc., and for pledges from the Increase
personally know the candidates, to en Obviously, it behooves Neapolitan Supporting! It, made for capital Improvements. taxes should go into the General
dorse recommend individuals for city every Editor, Collier County News Fund to reduce ad valorum taxes,
to vote with care and discrimination. 8, CITY SERVICES
The Pilot Club of Naples> would U possible.
offices. This Is particularly so when there If it is possible hire a capable council like to express its appreciationto Municipal services in the past, It should be left where it is 2. CAMBIER PARK -

ere' no real Issues involved in the races member for the you and your staff for the while admittedly not perfect, for now. Later a new recreation Being an 'old timer', I like cam-

is the case here.It same salary as en inept publicity given the King NeptuneBall have been excel'em. Garbageand area for county anc bier Park as it is presently be-
as onethe choice seems simple.We held January 25 for the trash collection has been city combined should be established ing used. If, sometime in the

is the custom of the paper prior to urge readers to peruse and study benefit of the club's scholarshipfund done on schedule. Our police on beach and bay. future, the City of Naples and r

city or county elections, to send to all the answers the 13 candidates have madeto officers are well trained and 3, BEACH CONTROL .. the school board could reach a
We also would like to extend
To every extent possible, as cooperative working agreementin
candidates a list of questions and invite questions provided by the staff of thanks to Sunshine Hardware, dedicated public servants. At we advertise our beaches as regard to the use of recrea.

'them to send in their answers for publi- The News and BUI Kppp's Men's Shop, Brae. the present time we anticipatea one of our greatest assets, thisto tlonal areas and equipment, then
Bedell, Credit Bureau, Anchor full time professional fire Is the time to discuss change.
cation. All 13 candidates have done so, Vote as ple! 'e but please vote with include protecting beach pro-
you Lounge and Naples Coif and Beach department its consequent We are most of us aware thai the ,
and it is our hope that readers will find on Tuesday. Club for their assistance In mak. redaction In fire Insurance petty owners and their inherent ground for Cambler Park was do.- t tv 4 .r.

"_.. ... -,, .'- ing the dance a success. rates to Naples citizens. Of rights. The beach must pro- nated by the Naples Co.The Deed!
vide access for all of the people -
course we must tontine to expand of conveyance stipulates by covenant
Finance CommitteePilot our municlpa servicesas that the ground must foreverbe

Club of Naples the need expands. 4. TRAIL 4-LANING used as a Park, and 1 think

Let's Hope for a Cloudy Day Mrs. Laura Oehmlg, Chm. 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK _. YES. that everyone wUl agree that it '--'.. __ ...................-.

I am in favor of establishing 5. EVERGLADES EXPRESS- is too valuable a piece of property MRS.SHIRLEY BECK
WAY --Yes -provided adequate to be used exclusively fora
{ '"'i'71 R47t7nilr( GEMS OF THOUGHT an industrial park on presently financial means are established quiet place to walk and meditate 4-Year Council Seat

unused city owned land at And with the
but not as a furthermore
c municipality 1. CIGARETTE TAX MONEY
the other locationif
airport or
advent of our new Recrea.:
obligation. --We should either
STORMS the same can be done according Lion building at one end of the use
to law, and If a con- Park I would question the wls. any additional money either
Every cloud engenders not a certed effort is made to attract To reduce millage or keep sum of ever considering the mov. from cigarette taxes or other

stormShakespeare light Industry. The mere millage at present rate for ing of all recreational facUlties revenue for the reduction of the
some time to come. None to to another location general millage or in the alter
Lets feare no Stone, before establishment of an area known
Wit feele a Showre. as an industrial park, without be used for General Obliga- s. REACH CONTROL. nate, work it in with the cap

-Michael Dayton industry located thereon, or tion Bond as passed by refer- To whatever extent is necessaryto ital improvement program;

.trfi. ; yrti The height of human wisdomis reasonable prospects of attracting endum. _. guarantee that our residentsand personally: I believe It shouldgo
+ guests shall have free andunchallenged to reduce the general mil-
to bring our tempers downto industry, would be a mere
1 would like to have the hos- use of the beachesall
our circumstances, and to gesture and of no benefit to lage.
make a calm within under theweight the public. Industrial parks pital follow that of LeeCountya of the time regardless ol 2. CAMBIER P RK.-

of the greatest storm without Industry are located similar ar/angement might be whether the tide Is high or lowl| 1 do not believe Cambier park

withoutDaniel DeFoe throughout the State of Florida, made for the library. We shouldno 4. TRAIL 4.LAN1NG The should be moved but it is time t

areas and longer depend upon our City Council in my opinion, that we started getting addition
:P creating blighted citizens to bea r the bur- should furnish the leadership to
t >' Y ::} ; the land and wealthy al recreational facilities in
;. .,. :: ; removing adjacent den. The hospital and library bring about any improvement that other locations
lands, from a productive economy -
will closer the
conceivably bring
belong to all the people I 3. BEACH CONTROL -.
ultimate fouManlng of U.S. 41
believe at present time, Lib- The should havea
City definitely
Archie Turner 10. PARKING METERS- from Tampa to Miami.
The city should only use park- rary should be for ((1)) Educa 5. EVERGLADES EXPRESSWAY bulkhead line which would insure
tion purposes, and((2)) Pleasure. the public use of the
Ing meters and enforce com- We, on City Council,have
pliance therewith municipal Naples Florida, to grow must already passed a Resolution beaches and continue to maintain

w -... IMf.ARCHIE ly, owned parking lots- The have cultural prog rams such as favoting,early wn.s1ructloooUle. the dead-end road appreaches. -
revenue 'produced'should J be scientific .,hooks Jprj-esearcty Everglades Expressway; .' This would also pro*'

used for maintenance and expansion and education purposes, as wel 6. CASH CARRYOVER tect the property owners and
-'I / : HI of the parking facilities as those who read pleasure. I believe the cash carryovei expecially the adjoining property -

tf ., 8. CITY SERVICES (which came about because the I owners of seawalls which

,. f ((1) O.K. (2)) Would like a City had set aside funds for Capital ..o have already been established.
a ,. .gyp ,SA' thorough study made by a hired Improvements which wen I 4. TRAIL 4-LANING "

-. fir.. H. Milton Link expert of Police Department later Included in the General- 1 believe the City should make
Obligation Bond Issue) should
determine Improvement
Experience : every effort to create a final
be placed in the General Fund
rot can be made in our toward 4- but of
% : r; laning. course,
jf :i t. and used to help reduce ad val.o
? t J department (3) Establish fire orum taxes. this Is a State, County and Federal -

districts at once. 7. HOSPITAL LIBRARY -. project rather than the

w. kt'4 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK -- I do not think we should voice, City's.

Would prefer to keep airport our opinions In regard to wh e- 5. EVERGLADES EXPRESSWAY

.;h for its present use or enlargement ther or not the City should sty*- Alligator Alley will benefit -

but I DO favor light Industry port our Naples Community Hospital .. the City. Again,we should

In the nearby county. until such time asthe Board t lend every assistance but ito

10, PARKING METERS -- of Directors of the Hospital re.. must be furnished with State,

I do not believe parking meters quests our assistance. County and Federal monies.
With reference to
should be removed from 5th supporting 6. CASH CARRYOVER .-
TURNER the Collier
County Library,
Historical COLLIER COUNTYBy Candidate for Mayor Avenue, South. Buy adequate I believe the City should provide .: The' Cash Carry-Over" was
off-street parking space from a result of the
In its annual budget for a set capital Improve-

KURT GRIESSHABER > AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA I 1. CIGARETTE TAX Mo- the Trail to Third Street;North contribution to the Library sine I ment program in that the bonds

NEY.Additional revenues received and South of 5th Avenue. South; it Is the only one in the area, were used for tfi! items that
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'" by the city by virtueof place meters on property pur- The City has previously contrt. the "Cash Carry-Over" was

the new and additional chased to pay for purchases buted to the support of the Library allocated for. I would like
cigarette over sufficient time. and I don't think the prac...o this
fl'I should be to see Cash Carry-Over
fl./ taxes placedin tics should ever have been dls..
the general fund of the city, continued. placed in capital improve

I VJ from budget year to budget year 8. CITY SERVICES ][ memsforthelLbraryoffstreetparking

i as received, for the purpose of remaining one-half be used lor think we should be proud of oui and possibly more recreational -

ILLflr reducing ad valorem taxes to Inclusion in the next year's bud- city services. facilities.
Dr. the greatest extent possible. H. MILTON LINK get. In my opinion our garbage ant I 7. HOSPITAL LIBRARY

t 2. CAMBIER PARK .. Candidate for Mayor 7. HOSPITAL LIBRARY .- trash collection services far exceed .. The Naples Community Hospital -

i xure"", O<.CIormus RZTGk4IL <\ Because of the fact that the 1. CIGARETTE TAX KOI- (a) At such time as requested by that of many communities I is a necessity, but more in

deed of conveyance under which EY--Clgarette tax funds com the Board of Directors of the where the residents have to pa]Y/ the line of a county obligation -
for such
collections. On annual
the city holds title to Cambier ing into theCity should be treat- Community Hospital, Naples basis. as in other locations! A

Q a ot' Parkcomalns a clause rest rict- ed as ordinary income and used should participate to the extentof Our police department tune free library is everybody's

t 'L". Ing the use of the property to for operaiiaial purposes there- its use and benefits for its tins very efficiently but I dc: business and we should help

'.' -. __ park purposes Cambier Park by favorably affecting the ad- local residents but not to take feel that we should go along wit)I as much as we can under the
..- .. '. .. must remain u a public park. valorem taxes until such time care of indigents from throughout the request of the Chief of POliCE
.. However, other recreationalareas u a specific use would be to the county in his recent report, and expand I 8. CITY SERVICES

..-ta.- ... should be establishedIn the advantage of the taxpayer b. I am definitely in favor our police department to fit thE I City services must always be

convenient places to meet 2. CAMBIER PARK-I do of Naples participating propor- growing needs of the city whe I watched and business tactics

HA ANTILHAS the growing needs of the city's not see that It Is necessaryto tionately in the Public Library budget time rolls around again.... applied. The Police Department
splendid record of
population as they accrue. move the existing facilities with regard to Its use and out should be as concerned with
Fire Department speaks for itself
3. BEACH CONTROL but new recreational areas benefits to our community. however since muUUstorj\ being courteous to the peopleand

The city should exert every should be established in connec- 8. CITY SERVICES These buildings are now be ing construe. visitors of Naples as in

reasonable control over the tion with: School-Park recrea- are matters which need consi ted in Naples, we should ad i enforcing the law.

PART beaches, beach access, and tional facilities when and as derable review by the City equipment that will have ladder:!I 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK .-

beach uses, bearing In mind such funds are available Council and after having had of sufficient length to effective.o Light Industry today has been

PONCE d. LEON CANTIMO MAP 1302 the rights of persons who own 3. BEACH CONTROL .. the opportunity to review these ly fight fires. Our Fire Chlei f t a dream for many people In

property along the beaches. In Complete contro through ordinances problems, I am confident that is going to request a "'bucket'1type Naples. The City should work

Juan Ponce the lion had already Anton de Alamlnos, who had.. samples of gold and she under addition, the city should immediately affecting the Instal a- my eleven years of experienceIn successful truck which and has would proven also high reo. with the Chamber of Commerce

achieved fame and reputation so accompanied Columbus u a initiate a programof tion of groins, bulkheads, and City Government will prove ly rmining the extent and
stood what the white men due our fire Insurance rat..,
as a conqueror groin construction and beach general use of the beach for beneficial in effecting a more the need of establishing any
before his great famous boy.Since we are Interested in our wanted. In reply, she mutter- erosion control the purpose of protecting the efficient operation of the pha- 8. INDUSTRIAL PARK U t Industrial park My position
long voyageto ed and Indicateda
Collier County History we shall "Caloos" 4. TRAIL 4-LANiNGCity -- public right to the beaches. ses of city services. we planned to spend money oran would depend upon what type Industry -
Florida His direction as northwest Industrial park at the Naples
conquests briefly skip over his first land- Council should cooperatewith 4. TRAIL 4-LANING. 9. INDUSTRIAL PARKAt and what the obligationsof
the Moors had earned Ponce de Leon now concluded Airport before we have any light
against the East the Board of Commissioners but the time the Naples the city would be In
Ing on upper Coastof County Definitely yes, being care- present to It I think any
him his title from royalty.In that the Cacique or Chief Industry occupy ,
Florida. After having a battle to the utmost in efforts ful not to commit any City Airport Is used quite extensive it would be a waste of given circumstances
our research work In European Caloos had possession of gold money
with Indians at the Rio de to secure the four-laning funds ly for flying and as long as and would be putting the cart 10. PARKING METERS--
archives, we have actually and from here on this was the
la C ruz.Ponce reached the Keyson of the Tamiami Trail both out- 5. EVERGLADES EXPRESSWAY there are privately owned Industrial before the horse!' Some dayI Parking Meters were createdby
come across eight old maps May 8th. These he named object of the expedition. side and inside the city limits. .- It Is my understanding areas available they believe Naples will have some the Merchants Associationand
Florida before Poncede the old
showing the Martyrs. Perhaps woman. that the City Is taking an should be utilized. These areas light industry but we are not 1 in, any change should be originated
arrival 1513. We
Leon's While anchored off one of the knowing of the warlike, fierce 5. EVERGLADES EX PRESS- active part in this and I am in are outside the City Limits and a geographical location, not of through the 5th Avenue

herewith reproduce one of the.semaps Keys the Indians tried to cut character of Chief Caloos, was WAY .. The city should, take favor of it, believing that it their use should be encouragedfor a size, nor do we have the trans,, Merchants Association.

his anchor, which they somehow hoping he might turn out to be al steps possible and, reason will be a real benefit to our light Industries. portatkxi facilities to attract any
Most do not realize degree of light industry sufficientto
people connected with the medicine,or the nemesis of the Spaniards. ably necessary to promote the community. One should realize 10. PARKING METERS ..
de Leon was ofColumbus' warrant an Industrial park '
that Ponce one
per Inion
companions on his power, of the Spaniards. Having reached some Islands early construction of the Everglades full well that the necessary A policy should be established se in Naples in the near future, cans I don't think the city
It was during this time that abounding with turtles which Parkway, and in thisregard right of wayn; have to by the Council In cooperating one way or another. The
second 'voyage. one of his Caravels was swept he named Tortugas Ponce de should cooperate tully be obtained to permit its widening with the merchants in regard 10. PARKING METERS., revenue Isn't sufficient to makeit
In 1512 aroyalgrara wisglv- I woulj like to sea the merchantsall Important
away by the strong: currents, Leon now turned northward in with the county In its effortsto when necessity demands to the parking meter situ from the City'jviewpoint
en Ponce de Leon to "discoverand over town decide this qpj'*. i WM the Instigatorof
never to be seen again.On search of Chief Caloos. accomplish end. it. uation. The limited number of Uon. I wish that bua. having the meters
settle the Island of Bimini". every bagged dur.
If successful he would be made another Island an old Indian Before we follow his diary, e. CASH CARRYOVER. E. CASH CARRY OVER-- meters which Naples now has Incas man and woman In the down. log the Holiday season, but I '

"Adelantado" or Governor woman was kidnapped and we shall dl cus. The Cal tags, Any cash carryover present I would suggest that onehalfof make the col cotton and enforcement Iowa area would vote yes or no think the time hu come to either

with three added to the collection that the Indians In our next few articles at the end' of any budget year It be invested and preserved difficult but In my opinion in reformed to parking meters unwrap' and enforce tham. or to
March 1513:
In Spaniards had already taken should be carried Into the gen* for Strictly emergency situations meters can be used efficiently In this way the council could cover them in a mon decora
Caravels sailed from Porto
he on the upper East Coast. The oral fund of tho city for use In such as hur 'Icanes\ aid for parking control and be guided in their decision so live manner U they are not to be

Rico./ On board as pilot was old woman was shown some 1C the subsequent budget year l> other disasters and that the regulatory purposes. cording to the concensus of op. used.

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j Ij II I Sunday, February 2, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

/ Naples City Elections This Tuesday '

/ Know Your Candidates -- And Where They Stand ; I

Joel Kuperberg from city and county govern with the growth of Naples pro.ceedlng K. G. Penny WAY Everglades-- Alligator Expressway Alley"as, or it H. B. Reeder I essary think If to it should maintain- become an up-to-nec Robert L Combs III

ments in direct proportion to at such a rapid pace,
,- is more properly known has _. date modem facility In the hos
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. -.. .t "' the benefits received by city I'm sure that other recreational ,, ,
ue already been promoted and pital. I would be for support.
and residents. I would facilities will have to be established
county looks much like it will 8. CITY SERVICES.
In other areas also. very P
that the initial r ;
hope library construction ,a :' become factual in the near fut No. ,,, ,
would not be too extravagant CONTROL.
w 5. BEACH
,. ure. 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK "
as early programming I believe that Committee should 1N "Yes", by all means.

t might be taken to Indicate be set up to study the problems + 1 ., 6. CASH CARRYOVER 10... PARKING METERS -. 1 1r
it to be. of our Beaches. I believe the -, a Y Any "cash carryover" 1 believe fin. +
A 1 think the City should con ,, ,
8. CITY SERVICES: Committee should consist of cer. should be added to the i Ye ,
((1)) This year It will cost Uln Council Members a Marine City's General Fund and future tlnue to use parking meters i
and enforce adhe The
the citizens of Naples about Engineer and Legal Council. Only budgets more carefully plannedto rence.
then decisions should be made after parking meters are a sourceof
collect the cut down a large
$75,000 to city'sgarbage carryoverin
their recommendations are ,) revenue for the city. 1don't I
and trash. Time and funds. This could resultIn
made public, fi think anyone really obJects
motion studies made under the lowering tax millage assessment ,
direction of the city manager 4. TRAIL 4.LANING The in the furture. to paying for parking ,
have reduced the cost and Increased City of Naples has to take a strong A, .
because ,
the efficiency of the stand on this issue 1R a
Inadequate roads the tourists will The Naples Community Hospital
1.r operation during the past two not come Like many other Florida being a definite asset to ; James T. Mayfield ,<
where few ?
to a point
years cities tourism Is our largest the city and county should receive

;l legitimate complaints are now Industry and we can't afford to favorable consideration In ... ..
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heard. Any major Improvement ignore the "Fix 41" project.) Its maintenance and X.i .
r In frequency of service L support. I- ROBERT L. COMBS
v \3. EVERGLADES EXPRESS. The Collier County Free Pub .
will cost more ; here KENNETH G.p Y-- qt ,. 2-Year Council Seat
WAY I think the docislcms have lic In ; r
Library a
being county REEDER: :
as In other and pri 4 Year Council Seat 4
- government been made on this project) and any stitution but of course of some 2-Year Council Seat i, 1. CIGARETTE TAX MONEY
JOEL P R&HG- vate service operations,you get thing I could add at this time would TAX MONEY value to the city should of The extra Money should
what you pay for. ((2)) This be In accordance with other 1. CIGARETTE
4-Year Council Seat only additional course have some recognition be placed In the general fund
year we will spend $100,000 citizens of Naples In promoting Pertaining to and 1. CIGARETTE TAX MO for use as the need arises
1. CIGARETTE TAX MONEY for our police[ protection. Our the Everglades Expressway. cigarette taxes the city now receives support NEY -. At the present I have ,,,, 2. BEACH CONTROL -.

-- Assuming that we shall force complement Is a compromise 1 believe that this money 8. CITY SERVICES. none. I would be for what l e* should be left
Gambler park
continue to obtain "additional between what we need in 6. CASH CARRYOVER should go Into the City's General 1. I believe garbage and trash ever good use might occur.
"cash where It Is.
I believe the carryover"whatever
taxes" 1 would want needin Fund where it could be 2. CAMBIER PARK -
cigarette the summer and what we It should be be placeback collection is being adequatelytaken BEACH CONTROL --
this income depositedto budgeted for Its best and wellhandled. I think it should be left whereIt ; ,
to see the winter or"season". The in the General Working Fundto properly care of 1 believe that the city should

the general fund as Is now personnel are courteous Intelligent help reduce the ad valorem use each year. is. control the beach and the approaches.
done.wlth Income f from city lie* and more and more,well taxes. 2. CAMBIER PARK !. Police Department effic 3. BEACH CONTROL r .

erases, permits franchises trained. The police should enlarge 7. LIBRARY Gambler Park is nearly centrally iency is something we can be With all the power that the city t+' 4. TRAIL 4-LANING. '-
rentals dog licenses etc. Such In ratio with the city's The City should help with the located. Anyway it would proud of and needs no chang of Naples has to control our d The city should take an active

income may then be applied toward rate of growth; I feel it support of the Naples Community be impossible to move this ing at this time. beaches. Its approaches and

the general expense of is presently adequate for our Hospital especially in the portion of our city's geography, 3. A great deal of fire protection uses. I also think the City I part a. EvEilcLADES6xPRESS

operating the City of Naplesand needs. ((3)) The budget of field medically indigent people. therefore It must be left whereit is provided for In our should work with the Coumy WAY" Yes I favor the Everglades
towards the lowering of individual the Naples Fire Department The Library should also be alo. is. New recreational areas building codes. Adherence to and State in preserving the Expressway.

assessments.. calls for an expenditure of $35 cated with a certain amount of should be established as the these building codes will hold beach. .. 6. CASH CARRYOVER -

2. CAMBER PARK -- 000 for this fiscal year. Re Funds since the Library will need for them arises In the the cost of fire protection at 4. TRAIL 4-LANING JIM MAYFIELD All should be In
Gambler Park was given to the cent personnel additions and be in the City and will certain.ly future. Possibly on some of Its present low level for the Yes I think this would be an 2-Year Council Seat the moneys fund. put

City of Naples as park area, Improvements to the mains supplying be beneficial to young and old the land mentioned In Ques foreseeable future. asset to the City of Naples. 7.general HOSPITAL, LIBRARY-
therefore it cannot be moved the fire hydrants meana tion ##9. 9. INDUSTRIAL PARKI -- 6. EYERGLADESEXPRESS 1. CIGARETTE TAX MO On this question I favor helpIng -

without the city facing the pos reduction of some 25000. 8. CITY SERVICES The 3. BEACH CONTROL believe the should retain WAY" "Yes" by al means. NEY .. While there are many them but think that It shouldbe

sible loss of title to the pro. in the premiums paid by the City services, garbage collection 1 believe our Gulf beaches to ownership city of Roads are like a pipe line worthy things this money could referred to the voters.

perry some thirteen acres In people of Naples for fire Insurance Police Department efficiency be one of the most valuable city-owned land any as presently it will bringing tourist and Industryto be appropriated for, 1 believe 8. CITY SERVICESIn -

extent. It will perhaps alwaysbe on their homes and bus and Fire protection will assets to the City of Naples, be needed for various our community. the added moneyfromclgarette my opinion these services
the major park In Naples inesses. I think that the fire definitely In the near future be and therefore think all access eventually stockto 6. CASH CARRYOVER- tax should be used as additional have been good I have no Buff
however It cannot possiblyserve department is adequate and investigated. With the rapid approaches and city-owned city uses or as trading I would suggest holding it In Income to the city and placed at this rims
growth Naples is experiencing acquire other land. I believe gestlons
all of the needs for parks should continue to grow as Na I'm sure that each Department beaches should be entirely under real estate brokers of reserve and using It to what- in the next budget as such 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK -

and recreation for our growing ples grows. Head of these services will come city control. I also think Naples can furnish suitable landat ever crisis might occur. which would give more assure Yes, I think that w. need to

community Neighborhood 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK -- before Council with their recom. the city should pass an ordin a reasonable price for any f. HOSPITAL, LIBRARY ance of the present or lower encourage new Industries and

parks which would be "satel I would favor a more active role mendatlona. Until these recom. ance covering sea walls and Industries that be attracted mllleage level for taxes also that we need commercial

lites" Gambler Park probably for the City government In efforts mendatlons are presented and groins to insure their strengthand to this area.may 2. CAM lER PARK. dockage for boats.

provide the answer to our to attract suitable light studied I have no suggestions their appearance as to size I believe Gambler Park shouldbe 10. PARKING METERS -

problem in this area. This has Industry wherever such efforts at this time. and materials that they may 10 PARKING METERS OtherCandidates' left where It Is. It Is 1 am In favor of taking the

been most successful in other could be of value such as In 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK be an asset rather than a liability I have never believed in parkIng my information that the park meters out.Edward.

recreation conscious com the Improvement of public As long as light Industry comes or eye sore along our meters on our city streets is deeded to the city In sucha .

munities. transportation to Naples. The under heading of anoramokesnd beaches. and believe they should be removed way that it can be used l.

3. BEACH CONTROL unused city-owned land at noise producing Industry I see 4. TRAIL 4-LANINGYes completely I do not "only" as a park. To move J. Durno

The City Council of the City Naples Airport" is primarily no reason why all citizens would I think City Council should believe parking meters shouldbehutalledoncityownedpark Views On the park would not be economically -

of Naples should exert every between the runways and is so not benefit from having same. If take an active Interest per sound.

last bit of control over our restricted as to use as to be Naples plans to besides grow it tourism has to taining to any highways com Ing lots to pay for their cost 3. BEACH CONTROL -
have something
beaches that is permitted with impractical for light Industry; ing imo Naples. of construction and main- Page The airy should do everything + ,
in the limitations of pertinent other land at the airport ispre- aa its source of Income. 5. !EVERGLADES; EXPRESS raiance'; "."... ?*; *. .. ,,1Here's ,*frt Its'power to guarantee (fie

state'and federal statutes 'The: sently under lease and therefore 10: PARKING 'METERS'The citizens and visitors/ convene "
only real answer to the public unavailable at this time. citizens first of all must I ient approaches to and from the ;r ( xNr

beach problem is the gradual Private enterprise has established realize that we have a large In. : I beach as well as unobstructed ,
In these Asked
vestment parking
What We
acquisition and development of an industrial park site meters I personally would like passage the full length of the ,.,

beach frontage by the city that near the airport and is sell- to see the meters removed from beach. Y ,

will give us two or perhaps Ing plots at this time. City our main street. However I 4. TRAIL 4-LANING. 7
three more beach front packs; encouragement and cooperationwould believe these metera should be The City council should use Its Y
such as our present beautiful be beneficial here. moved and used to help pay for The Local full influence In any matter that Hs

Lowermllk Park a genuine 10. PARKING METERS our off-street parking areas. would improve egress and Ingress s

asset to the community. My present opinion Is that park- Including the improving tS M,

4. TRAIL 4-LANING Ing meters offer the most practical 1. What use would you auggeat for the additional cigarette tares and four-laning of the trail S

Naples' economy Is, and for solution yet put forth to Elmer W.Lonsdale outside the city

man used will continue to the problem of providing off- the silt now receives by authority of the 1963 legislature 6. EVERGLADES EXPRESSWAY Nt

be, on tourism. Eighty- street parking In the 5th Avenue !It Is my opinion that V t f

five per cent of the tourists shopping area. Meter Income ,r e the opening of the Everglades

who come to Florida come by should be used to pay for of recreation activity In Expressway would be the largest

automobile. Many of those remaining off-street parking facilities or 2. Gambler Park ia currently the center single boast to the econ ,.,'to-.... .......'-.........--,.--..--"" ...- 1

fifteen per cent who the affected property owners the oit f. In JOur opinion, should its ((1)) b. moved to a more central omy to come about In many EDWARD J. DURNO
come by public transportation should with the
cooperate city ,f years. 2-Year Council: Seat
rent cars and drive around the (as has been done so success I'y location ((2)) Left where It laT ((3)) A new recreation area established G. CASH CARRYOVER -

state upon arrival. Naples Is fully on the East coast) towards 1r' At the public hearings on the 1. CIGARETTE TAX

sorely limited by the lack of an the acquisition of off- a a present budget the city council NEY .. General revenue fund.1.40I
adequate access road. As stated In effect that this
street parking:areas that
should control our beach To be used for whatever the
chairman of the "Fix 41 Now" which the city has ands pre 3. To what extent do you think the olty "cash-carryover would be need be.
committee I have been workIng sently constructing No other used "001 y" in case of an
and uaeaf 2. CAMBIER PARK -
Its approachea,
for 9 towards Improvement and
years solution appears to me to be extreme emergency! not Left where it Is. The city
of this road and will fair to the rest of the tax for any general expenditures. shouldn't try to move the

continue to urge the city to do payers of Naples but I wouldbe .y It Is a most Important reserve recreation park without first

all in its power to hasten the willing to weigh any sugges r 4 l Should City Council take an active, energetic part In securing account and should be looking Into'the deed restric
complete four-lanirtg of U. S. tions. used in the next budget guarantee -
41 from Miami across and Improvement and four-lrning of the Tamla 1 Trail outalde the city limits, the present, or lower flans 3. BEACH CONTROL

northward with to I Tampa-7S. and a connection Geo. Reardon, Jr. as well as Inside the city tax 7.rata HOSPITAL, LIBRARY As much allows.control as the charter .

6. EYERGLADESEXPRESS i W e Should the hospital request assistance 4. TRAIL 4-LAMNGYes --
WAY When an area needs I from the city the decision It affects the economy

road access as badly as does $t Would you favor the city taking an active part In promoting would have to be based of the city.

Naples any road to a major ELMER LONSDALE on the facts presented to the EVERGLADES EXPRESS.

population area Is a good road 4-Year Council Seat early construction of the Everglades Expressway -- sometimes known as council. As far as I know the WAY .. Yes. It also affects

and should promoted and sup 4 hospital has not asked for any f financial I the of the city.

ported by the city government 4 1. CIGARETTE TAX MO "Alligator Alley" assistance from the 8.economy CASH CARRYOVER ..
in the future as it has been .. city. The city should definitely
NEY Assign these additional If it could be used there ana
supported In the past. contribute toward an Improv
r cigarette taxes to the general number of Items to be expanded
6, CASH CARRYOVER aeveral thousand dollars at
fund to reduce ad val- 6. The city has a "caah carryover" of library. such as, continuation of
No businessman !in his right
orum taxes. 8. CITY SERVICES The sidewalks/ street maintenance,
tor ,
mind would borrow two million fiacal What would be JOur auggeetlon
a'r 2. CAMBIER PARK -- the end of the current year. garbage and trash collection and recreation faclUtiea.'t. .

dollars (or two thousand Leave it where It is and establish seems adequate. It has been
dollars) without having enough others when they are Its use? pointed out In the last week HOSPITAL, LIBRARY.

money in the bank to cover one needed. e that there Is an apparent need (A) 1 American tradition U*
payment. In the event of a slow and facilities of means
3. BEACH CONTROL for more personnel thaT those individuals>
business year and the possibility Exercise reasonable control for the poUce depart aaaUt and help defray the est-_
of insufficient Income to every T. In your opinion should the Dirt contribute toward ((1)) the
remembering the rights of ment. The building of more penses of the medically lndl.

make the debt repayment. The the present property owners maintenance and support of Naples Community Hospital ((2)) The Collier multi-story buildings in Naples gent.

corporation known as The Cityof .1. TRAIL 4-LANING has caused the fire The city government should

Naples Is a business a big Yes. County Pree Public Library department to be Inadequate for be responsible to provide for

business and as such should 5. EVERGLADES EXPRESS sound protection. More equip the needs of Its citizens.

carry a surplus adequate for WAY .- Assist through the ment Is needed. Through taxes It provides
the above in the General GEORGE REARDON
4.Year Council Seat board of county commission. 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK -- streets garbage disposal and
Bond Retirement
Obligation 6. CASH CARRYOVER. It should always be kept In etc. Those medically Indigent

7. HOSPITAL Fund. LIBRARY .. 1. CIGARETTE TAX HON. The monev should be used to 8 Do you have any auggeatlona for improving city services, mind that this area could be of the city should help defray
EY Since 50 per cent of the reduce ad valorem taxes. used for Industrial purposes their hospital expense.
(1)) I would l be willing to consider the cigarette tas money Is now pled 7. HOSPITAL, LIBRARY" including ((1)) garbage and trash collection ((2)) Police Department however I see no need in spending Expenses of governmental(,
a city to ted to pay off the 1998 Revenue In favor of both as long as all money for establishing an hospitals are usually higher

Naples Communlry Hospital Certificate on the sewer plant, the requirements of law are efficiency ((3)) Fire rroteetlon Industrial park as such unless than volunteer general nonprofit
after having seen evidence that and the other 50 per cent goes
there is hospitals according to
met. some assurance
Indicated all possible economyand Into the General Fund, I believe a N
additional cigarette 8. CITY SERVICES -- that it would be used. the American Hospital Association
had been any
taken efficiency by the hospital steps to reduce tax monies should also go Into ((1)) Adequate. ((2) Fulltime 9. Would you favor the city establishing an Industrial park on 10. PARKING METERS -- A, August 1963 _
2. Yes.
fire department. ((3) Add ( )
the General Fund at this time
to the lowest possible point The merchants do not like the I
commensurate with good service If It la removed and let aside policemen and equipment when preaently unused city-owned land at Naples Airport with a view to parking meters. The residents g. CITY SERVICES.
tor a specl/lc project) It could need warrams it.
and Continued effort to Increase
the annual cash loss. To visitors consider them anusance.
possibly result In an ad valor 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK -- attracting light Industry
of The of their compensation.,
the best my knowledge no appearance
em tax rise In the future. Yes but only If a sincere effort
such request has ever been placed r r 5th Avenue would be Improved. 9. INDUSTRIAL PARK.
Is male to bring Ught
before the City Council. 2. CAMBIER PARK Due to the size of the Yes.

(2) I am Inclined towards Realizing that Gambler Park pro 10. to PARKING Naples METERS 10. Should the city continue to use parking metera and enforce city and the above reasons they 10. PARKING: METERS -
Councilman Carl Hoffman's perty was riven to the City asa should be removed however Take them out completely. ft

suggestion that the public library gift for the sole purpose of a Take out present parking municipal me adherence or should It take them out completely length of parking time be en costs the city a full time policeman ,
.,. them to
might well be built by public recreational area, I think the ters an move forced. The meters should be and iheprofU doesn't l' 4-, ''''

subscription and thence City has no alternative exceptto owned property as It Is saved for possible: future wes. Iy them. ,,, ..(;'
contributions use it aa such. However. requ1 red. I ,
by : .

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 2, lAy <..4 1iy People In The N wK
RYE, N.Y. (AP) A former
college president has complete
-o'J 71 a 28.day Jail term for c1et."g
a city: ordinance against haw'i I'' .
T7I rags from a washllne or v
front lawn In Rye, N.Y.
Dr. Webster Stover, 61, a to-
mer president of Arnold CcllaxH,
In New Haven, Conn., bad I 1,1.; ,
frliV 0Y/ sentenced to 30 days for lun,,,
the washllne attentloibgetur .
B)' J.\\E I.\RTIol '
what he
protest called 1 a Nut
tax assessments on his proper
What a compliment for one of our lovelier grand He has said he will ,Sue the
mothers In town. Mrs. William Henderson planned to Ity of rye for false arrest. The
ase had gone all the
visit her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Robert the UA Supreme court,way which to

Astone and their three children later this month In Hermosa tolled to act on stover's a...

Beach, Cal. She received a call the other night from d'en' peal.

the Astones urging her to come early and join them and i PITTSBURGH (AP>-Ulchal

another young couple for a weekend in Las Vegas for a t_ qMJPI }c.r A. Musmanno has had a varied
medical convention and fun. So with a quick change of areer. He was a coal miner,
steelworker, veteran of
plans Mrs. Henderson will be off on Monday for her world wars, a rear admiral both in

California visit and the Las Vegas weekend.In 11 the Naval Reserve composer,

___ the meantime, Mr. Henderson will go to Detroit + orator, and a Judge at the war
:rime trials In Germany.Now .
r the I 10th on a business trip. He and Mrs. Henderson will E at 66, a Pennsylvania

meet again in Miami on the 20th to return to Naples. Supreme Court Justice, he is

Dr T. H. Connell Jr. came In his own plane Tuesday -bidding the for U.s.still Senate.The another. careerin

from Stratford, Conn., to see his parents Mr. and Mrs.T Democratic state policy> ,

_j H. Connell, of the Reef Club. Leo Fagan accompaniedDr 1 ;'s T tv :ommlttee in Pennsylvania has
Connell for the few days visit. Mr. Fagan is owner and endorsed the Pittsburgh Jurist
for the party's nomination to
operator of Pagan's Restaurant which Is well known in .P the Senate seat.WASHINGTON. .

the Bridgeport and Stratford area. '

Another son, David Connell, missed his brother by : (AP) Good.
astronaut hello
bye politician.
one day. He produced a children's concert in Orlando E That will be the background
: .
:1G' ,
i yesterday (Saturday) and then came on down for a r : for a farewelUfrom.space din.

weekend visit with his parents. David also lives in Strat. : il.L&. i ner to be given astronaut John
his friends .
Glenn by and off(
ford, Conn., and is the executive producer of the Captain dais in the Space Agency.
Kangaroo television program.Mrs. ARTIST Janet Folsom is shown with Robinson Gallery Wednesday, February The Washington dinner next
her "best of show" product at Boca 5. Tuesday will be an informal,
Paul Keck of Union City, Ind., is now at the nonpolitical affair without fareewell ,
Bahama Club, and has with her Mrs. Stutson Smith of Raton. Her exhibition opens at gifts, a spokesman said.

Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. William Katker, of Piqua, Ohio, will Folsom Glenn has resigned from the
BEAMING HAPPILY following their marriage last Saturday arrive this week and also be the guest of Mrs. Keck. Janet Opens National Administration Aeronautics to campaign and Space in

Mr and Mrs. Dell Edward Cook are shown Mr. and Mrs. Ward Keener are due at their Bahama-1 Ohio for the Democratic nom(.

walking down the aisle of St Ann's Catholic Church Club apartment from Akron, Ohio, and have Issued Invitations Wednesday At RobinsonGallerv r(nation to the U.3. Senate.
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Father Bernard L. Hickey performed the three o'clocK for a supper party in the club lanai to take place, The new exhibition of paint" first received national notice. Springfield, -An Museum-

ceremony. The bride, the former Nancy Jane Vander. Thursday. ings at the R, and R. Robinson She has been the recipient of Springfield Mass.; The Boston MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP>-

sear, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Pani Among others entertaining this week are Mr. and Gallery which opens Wednesday 17 regional and national awards Museum of Art; The Four Ans hams Gov. George is seeking C. Wallace Information of Ala.

pinto of Nautilus Road. Cook is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis. Their supper party is for Tuesday at their February 5th. features In 14 states.In Festival, Palm Beach, and at about Qualifying for preslden.
Motel. the recent works of Delray Florida Janet Folsom has Cape Cod. Provincetown, New- tial in Florida, Ohio,
Mrs. Edward Cook of the Capri A wedding home Yucca Road. primaries
on Beach artist Janet Folsom who been a consistent exhibitor In port and Lake Wonh. She has Oregon, California, Indiana and
reception was held at the Panipinto home following SUPPER PARTY first exhibited here two years competitive shows and has won been associated with the Maryland, one of his aides re.
which the couple departed on a Nassau honeymoon. Margaret Brown In
numerous awards Including; Gallery ports.
And Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams and Mr. and Mrs. ago.Janet
(Richard Hanger photo) Folsom's paintings the Terry National Show of 1952 Boston and was one of a groupof The announcement in Mont.
Denton Woodward will be joint hosts Wednesday at a critics say will be remembered and the Rich Art Show of 1956 nationally known painters gomery by Earl Morgan, executive

supper party at the Port Royal Beach Club. for their form, motion and In Miami; First in Oil In 1956 showing in the Mayo Hill Gal- secretary to Wallace, said
Frequent winter visitors are Mr. and Mrs. H. P. John extravagant precise use of col Best of Show 1957 and 1958 leries In Cape Cod, owned by the Democratic governor has
Read theta/ ant Ads or. She has a deft and sure Boca Raton An Guild Show Nathaniel Saltonstall. founderof eliminated the possibility of on.
and their daughter, Dorothy. They arrived a few days tering presidential primaries in
touch and her painting is structurally Boca Raton; Special Awards the Boston Institute of Con-
ago from Wilmington, Del., and will be at the Beach sound. It is gentle yet 1959 and 1961 and First Gra- temporary Art. Herwork Is exhibited Illinois and New Hampshire.

r Club until the end of March. powerful. The scope of her phic 1961, Palm Beach Art by the Worth Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Coverdale Jr. have taken a houseon work is broad as she Is League Palm Beach; First In Gallery In Palm Beach Tag's Czechs Legalize
live a searcher and Innovator and Oil 1959 and Honorable Men- An Gallery In Delray Beach and
17th Avenue, South, for two months. They in Capitalist HabitOf
W.hite explores the full spectrum of tion 1961, the Hort Memorial the Strait Museum Gallery in
Waynesville, N. C. Mrs. Coverdale's parents, Mr. and both objective and nonobjective Show Ft.Lauderdale Museum of Lake Worth. Taking Tips

Pique rl Mrs. R. G. Williams, of Dayton, Ohio, will arrive later art. Much of the new workIs An, Ft. Lauderdale; Honorable The artist Is now In her 7th
this month for 'a visit. in acrylics, enriched with Mention 1960 and First Prize1961St8teFalrExhlbitlonTam year as instructor In the modern VIENNA, Austria (AP) -
Czechoslovakia has
Mrs. John Wallace of Piermont N. Y. and Palm additives and collage." So approach to painting and advanced communist
With .... legalized the taking of tips, for.
..... 4 k Beach Fla. has been i )hi runs the critical commentary.. pa and First prize 1961 at the technique at the Nonon merly branded.. btiJ capl.!
V J Ntx \ ;_ .>1' : }jhy;jgliest \..paUweeko.Mr.and .. ( Thearttst's'presentndhttElects Pompano lrwitstionShow.Porn-' SphocfPf-AtTiWest: Palm Beach tallst habit1' by the'CzecfTpress.ua: :J: *
'black# Mrs. Jack Chickering, Fourth Avenue, North. the influence of the Mod- pano where she has an enthusiastic: Communist party district
Other visitors in town include Mr. and Mrs. Edward ern Spanish School. Her love Janet Folsom has participated following. She Is a past pre- heads decided at a meeting
Walsh of New York City who are visiting Mr.Walsh'ssister for the Spanish idiom began dur- in exhibitions at the sident of the Cape Cod Art with President Antonln NovoU
Lace. ing her years of study in Mex- Association and In private life ny to add a percentage for serve
Mrs. Alice of the Surfside.On .
Byrnes ico. She has Just recently is the wife of Paul Folsom ice on restaurant tabs.
i 1r Tuesday Mrs. Byrnes is leaving for a month returned to the States having Adult Courses of Cape Cod and Delray Beach. Part of this money will be

long trip flying first to Rome and then to Naples where spent last year studying and The Folsom exhibit at the used for the restoration of res
will be
A she will board the Stella Polaris to cruise the Greek Islands. painting In a villa overlook- RegistrationWill Robinson Gallery opens Feb- taurants distributed and the the rest waiters to
Ing the Mediterranean Sea near ruary 5th and will continue among
Before returning to Rome and the flight home, Mrs. Byrnes create an incentive.
: Barcelona. Spain. through February 15th. The
Lilly, will take a side trip to the Holy Land. Janet Folsom !is a palmer Gallery is open from nine to
Mrs. Lloyd Sweet of the Mansion House and her with an international academic has been announced from five Monday through Saturday. Don't Be A Utttrbu

Of Course sister-in-law, Mrs. Floyd B. Sweet, arrived in town a background. Beginning her the office W. D.of School Reynolds Superintendent that registration .

few weeks ago. They were joined this week by their training at theClevelandSchool for second semester
of An she received the major
husbands, and ins few days the Floyd Sweets will returnto portion of her schooling at the adult education classes will be

I w W their home in Binghampton, N. Y. Boston Museum School of Fine February continued 3.Registration.this week, beginning

An. continuing her studies will be held according

PulitzerOf BACK HOME AGAINMr. abroad at the Ecole de Beaux to the following ache- BOOKSSONG
Lilly and Mrs. Howard J. Ankli have returned to their Arts Fontainblue. France and dulet

Reef Club apartment after a few weeks in St. Joseph, the Institute Allende in Mexico.
Mich. Under the training of Alex- NAPLES SENIOR HIGH
Naples Inc.
ander lscovleft she developedan Americanism Communism
Mr. and Mrs. G. Breaux Ballard Jr. of Louisville, interest Nprof raft work ev-l' William Cunningham Rm. 4. & STORY SHOP
11 Via MUner 97S Sth Are. 8. spent a few days here in November and have recently entually specializing in paint- Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Palm Beach, Fla Naples Fla. Beginning typing, Margie Lam.
ing children. Disciplined for 659 5th Ave. So. MI 22520Fortunet
(Continued on page 7) berson, Rm Iz"Wedneaday, 7.9 .
many years by the exacting
limitations of protraiture she p.m.Refresher
Ever fold strawberry pruer..ainto turned to the expression of the berson.:
a boiled ?
human figure for which she P.m.
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Beginning Spanish, Lawrence
Vlto Rm 2-Tuesday, 7.10 p.m.
Intermediate Spanish, Law.
rence Vito, Rm Thursday, 7.10

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Observance Feb. 14thChurch r J A t t1f tr

: women of Naples will Africa, India, Pakistan, Japan,

j71 unite with hundreds of thousands Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, ,
Yd throughout the world February Mrs Colllnson said. J
14 ti observe the 78th WorldDa Funds also will help supportthe
: :\ ,if Prayer. church's work with Amerl'ar
All persons Interested In Join Indians moving Into Industrial
log this world.wlde prayer fellow areas, as well as the Migrant
ship are Invited to assemble with Ministry, to provide recreation
local Council of United ChurchW centers and schools.Participating '
,:men at the First Methodist In the February
Ch irch on that day at 9:30 aIm 14 World' Day of Prayer program M
and 8p.m In Naples will. be Naples United
In announcing the local part. Church Wonen: president Mrs.
tl< tpatlon, chairman Mrs. W.R. Tracy: Day Spencer, Miss Hi/ A
C,lllnson said, "The World Dayof goer of First Christian Chui','n, r
Prayer service Is not just apr Mrs. William Gracely and Mrs. n ,
!t 'jgram. It Is planned as an Robert Keely of Trinity Episcopal \-
active experience of prayer, to Mrs. Louis Moore of First
give us a sense of unity with the Methodist, Mrs. Harlind Fagut AIVIVID
world.wlde Church." of Emmanuel Lutheran, Mrs.
The offering of gift sand money William Pancoast of First Pres.
will be channeled through the byterlan, and First Metl 'dist
Division of Foreign and Home organist Mrs. Jerry Howell
Missions of the World Councilof Special music will be pr,'\'ided
Churches. Funds will help by the First Methodist Church
support 12 women's colleges In choir.

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IA t I NotebookContinued :::11:11I h

( from pace 0)) SPRING COLORS, including a winsome in a one-piece gray petit-

new shade on the 1964 fa d'lm', ,,rton point wool with Ball pink linen collar

ra "Naples Blue' featured the and cuffs. Polly Jenkins, right, luggesli -
returned to their Galleon Drive home to spend the nextseveral
I months. Jane Derby collection from Zita, Inu, the coming Eastertide season Ina

which were shown at the Humane So ensemble with
stunning Jonquil yel.
Also now in their Port Royal Home are Mr and Mrs.
l ciety's first luncheon-fashion show at low wool mohair
jacket worn over a
j '- Ralph Bard of Spyglass Lane, The Bards also have a
: : the Beach Club Hotel!
on Thursday. "shocking pink" jersey blouse; the
home Lake Forrest III
in Left Nour Turner models the colorfulnew skirt fashioned of
is imported French
T -
: : '. Mr. and Mrs R, E. Davider of Westlake, Ohio, are
"Naples Blue" cotton Navy wool More than 300
... at the Wellons Apartments, and are feeling right at pique print; persons
M' the dress features a low square neckline thronged both dining rooms of the
: for them
home with several Ohio friends entertaining
I ..... :.A_ .....- a.__ in back and is worn over a short hotel for the event. (McGrath photo)
Mrs. C. A. Tucker gave a I luncheon for Mrs. Davider on
ART LOVERS had a feast in Naples this Mrs. Norcross, parents of Mrs. Jon Thursday, and Mr and Mrs. C. W Jackson, and Mrs (jacket Center, cute Kay Wilder is

week with paintings of artists of distinction Corbino drove down to Naples Thursday -
Cook have cocktail Mrs. Cook also
Evelyn given parties. not yet disclosed sufficient find. jury those pancakes for Sun-
Cause Of Locld'sDeath
on display at local galleries for a preview of the exhibit. Tha hostessed a bon voyage party this week. Guests of honor ings to Indicate exact! cause of day hrunih1 Serve them cub

In the picture at top a group is shownin artist was unable to make the trip were Mr. and Mrs. William Mumm Jr who are now in Unknown ; death. ,Chemical" imlnation teats. and mio.lofttopli not. \reamed with" named,'hlp""lIl1ur, muithroomii if ihicktnH and, I

front of "Calvary" a well known religious because of ill health. In the lower Coral Gables before leaving for several weeks in Puerto .Funeral" IK Held be cumplele4" | l before Monday may kinnl haul.t,okd ttt*. For ar

painting of Jon Corbino of photo artist Emile Gruppe was caughtby Rico. HOLLYWOOD iAr>-Funeral he J'ldwl. ,,rnnh. sotnr, parxlcv: 'Pt't'

Sarasota, whose exhibit opened to the the camera during a demonstrationof Speaking of farewell parties, Mrs. Emma Clements services were held yesterday for

public Friday at the Harmon Galleries. his painting at the McNichols Gal gave one Thursday night for Mrs. Harold Waples, who veteran, actor of Alan his death Laid! !, still although Sunday, February' 2. ISfli OlIIHt: COUNTY NEWS 7
From left Dr R. E. Brashear Mrs. where exhibit of his florida cause
ate an left yesterday to be away unlit May. lias not hon, duformlned.Tho 1.
Brashear of Naples Mrs, C. E. Nor. exhibit The demon. POUR FLORIDA ENJOYMENT
paintings are on Last weekend Mrs Waples gave a series of parties service were conducted' FOR
cross of Clearwater chatting with Don stration drew a crowd that overflowedinto with dinner for her Mr. at the Church of the Recessionalat Durttly on the while sand of the Gulf of Mexico
starting Friday a new neighbors, Forest Lawn Memorial Park
Nick, local architect, Jack Corbino of the street. (See story on Robinson FISHING
and Mrs. I I. T. Curry. On Saturday she gave a surprise in nearby Clendale. GOLFING "_?r 1'4"-
Sarasota and Norcross. Jack Corbino, Gallery). (NEWS photo) birthday dinner party for William Vincek of Bonita Beach Ladd, 50, died in l red Wcdnes. GATING KflAXING 11JraiA
a son of the painter, and Mr. and day at his Palm; Springs home. SUNNING LOAflNQ I
Guests at this affair included Mrs Clements, Col. Charles At first, It was thought he had

Himes, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kane, all of Naples, died of a heart attack. But Dep. GULF ,
Phone Service To uty Coroner Kobort Drake FRONT ,
Also Charles Johnston of and the Kanes
Pittsburgh, said Friday that Ladl, died of RENTALS 'It .
J-in*. for Lovelincss Missile Base Cut guests, Miss Evelyn Stelzer and Mrs. Beryl Barber of Mi '"something he ate or drank that

tJ. Off; Gets Action ami. And winding up the series, Mrs, Waples gave a system attacked," his central nervous Naples \v T'FT'! .

t' \ /\( '3 'll/e-oJ djytKtfDyches MOUNTAIN HOME, Idah) small dinner party Sunday night. Drake said an autopsy has Mew modern 1'49rhnrr;!

Beach Club Beauty Salo. MI S-I7M (A?) ,The ,Air Force an Gulf front deluxe 1

To 'lie or Not" To 'Be' ;'" ,br"lllll I I : nounf ing a d$UOOO,Fridaynight"bill, that Jt t .II cause JI
In condition we mean your hair and skin look a small telephone company te<> Sinks Off Norway BGPCH t %
hair-conditioned, skin-con- alive and beautiful again.Is cut off service to two missile e of Naples ,
ditloned and heir-condi It magic Years of research Installations. FAKSUND, Norway CAP>LAr Yarn On 'Tuaboat Kate'in
tloned. What happens to testing and study The base procurement office) Norwegian coastal station ra.
available the 1vete f 0 to, 234- NopUl, flofiJo, (I.> brochure mid ter'n
your hair when it has been are only by at Offut Air Force Base, Neb.,p ported a Dutch coastal freight. -
sun-broiled over-bleached "prol"! was reported preparing "a YOU.. er inking today In the stormy UYRUESBLL KAY a Dingle lifetime Mrs. DowesIs M
faulty home permanent Facts cher In the amount of $41,373.09payable ::I North Sea off Norway's south There are some interesting the author of "Nature Gal; !," !$' :." **r
abused just "plain In fact, hair conditioningglected" to the Gem State Utll., west coast It said the crewmen characters in Florida and tho a regular NEWS feature).
or TT ne treatment Is a must be. tiles Co." had< taken to lifeboats current issue of the Reader's 'That stout hearted woman ;
be fore any hair service. Edward Strelgel, president ol t F The coastal station Identified Digest tails about two of them. 'standing on the Miami ducks and .
What done Plenty
but can don't wait Your hair will hold the the company, said he cut oft r the ship as the Titan. It said It Dick Pope of Cypress Gardens I barking orders at tough long.sliorumen .
once set better and longer. Pro. communications service to twc i did not know how many per. and Tugboat Kate ThornhUl ot.. :/ is, 1 always have to I
grossly abused, It is a long test your skin and hair underground missile sites for ar i sons were aboard. Miami., ;remind myself, my mother/ ,"
road to corrective conditioning from sun -brolllnr and hour and ten minutes Jan. 21 1: A station spokesman said< the Both stories tingle with humane state M rs, Uowes. m i1rnnuba I
and restored beau wind-drying Call for consultation because the Air Force had failed I crew had< messaged that heavy interest and tspiratlon.They up. Then She goes on to tell how Ile partn jll op& Inf.
t)" Professional advice Midway 22753. to respond to repeated demands i seas had broken in the ship's pear in the current issue of the 'we happen i to fled her there today
and application can make for payment. hatches and that she was taJtlng Digest. 1 bellowing, "I 1I8Y I ,lot's got going!"
FROM UNDER THE DRYER -_ ._ water fast. He said the crew While most of us are quite fa. '"What do you think I am paying
The average man is proof that the average woman can reported it had< started abaji milUr with the Dick Pope IUI take a joke! Title Company donlng ship at 12:59 p.m. and press Gardens story, few have I her stool must'led men swing into
that was the last message from ever heard the amazing account i ictloii. Hatches! upe,.. funs of
of Naples the vessel. of Mrs. ThornhUl, who is I bananas, shrimp, rice and other Wonderfully masculine sports jackets,
"We presume she has sunk," probably the only woman steve. I Imports come boiling up from bt. tailored trousers including the famous
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS the spokesman said dore boss In the United States. 1 low decks and whiz down the 'f.( Oaks slacks plus resort wear of imported .
Peppard Bldg.MI He gave the ship's last report Written for the popular Digest'conveyors to the waiting trucks. L fabrics and good design that Insure
2-605 ed position as about 45 miles off feature, "The Most Unforgetable
OS1 Fifth Ave, So. the town of Egersund. Character I ever Met", by AnneL. DUAL PtUSOVALITY:: .< perfect fit. All this for the men but for

v/p Hsu o. I Bowes, It recounts the amazIng This unumal Btewlure bossIs the ladies, too, marvelously relaxed,
w. J. H.....aLrlsry You'llahorten the stirring time experiences of her mother, I a sort of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. -, clothes for sunshine living.
if, when you make a soft cuttard whose varied accomplishments I Hyde personality. She Is just M
7 Ili. mice you heal the milk before are so remarkable that is is dlt., i iflcult much at home dressed in an even.
combining It with the eggs and : to believe that any one wo. I log gown ollhdlnl: the Intur.

sugar, man could_. experience..so muchyou're which she organised, with hsa'U ',' At The Entrance to the Piccadilly Pubraw.a. ,
quarters in MUrnl.
When not bussing her gang> on
sure to "star" on the; docks she is quite at homo. :- -'ft f !.\ VIlIlII 11111I11 1ll1l1Jl '

slaying a Chopin concerto orglv. ... +...r-.u..n.r
/ \1, : 1 TI 1\'IT n r n \) :E V 1 Log a tea for her fellow artists
t NIt r l f or for local and foreign dlgnu! <
( :f'- Xl1ij j J:I 0 lJJ; ;arl s.After.
y l separation! from her', hu,., .
band she located<< in M t.mll .miiMffan
) if you give her flowers t looking about fur .i means SUITED
: of l supporting heriolf ;juj
/ daughter Willing to t... kle 111/.
/ / Say "be my Valentine" with flowers! e aa yr hlfig, she became manner. of FOR SPRING
It's the surest way to her heart. a wholesale reptile Inn' oj.djlayej _'
Choose from our captivating selection of nuremali to COb: baby> all I.. 1' I
beautiful flowers [itors as well at numerous
cut delightful -
arrangements yI makes. and boa constrictors. She
and specialties Well fill your order t. w iccompanlwJ: them to TV shows, j
with loving care and deliver it for you checked: rattlers/ and ('(JIJroLlt""o
lure they were properly, do. \ \
jf/ fanged:; Simple and elegant suits

She war the. flrat woman/ to war 1 of flawless fabrics and
ly with the Navy's crack fctu/it,
( { tb .earn, the Blue Angels. She was I I \ incomparable design.
ready to try anything or,< e. rr'
rr'J.- 1' r Later she t*''.ame manager I
of> an aircraft parts <'omp..iiy, an quickly became a\\ expert on > arto .
l I planes and their payload'. '"P:1ty. *. II

JxJlCt : From this experience she
fO AloM. /r- r ti A y ,
developed her on shipping oni. I i/
y t. any and build up a good bust
-.e less. shipping livestock (from the
Stales to South America, her / J
iia es returning with cargo of
.y,' 1 1t ocal products of the countries: .
t We send !flowers ihe served --
Then an unfortunate accident<: ,
to Valentines anywhere ihattered. her leg and caused spl.
te RoMnso\t l \ JIl\(\ lat injury that doctors contended
would prevent her ever walking
Lacforist igaln. Determined she would note
grace r > helpless she refused to remains
L cripple and through grit and .
aa \
.'Dote' r1A'l & "Art..try. In F&owe& ,." lourage: managed to overcome
tier handicap.
Franchise Dealer for Fannie May Candies .
OLD R. R. STATION PETOSREY. MICHIGAN \\1Ie you we iMfiMiiits bee
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Interiors Gifts Antiques Gallery j Hot Mucrbriitn) .ue a crock: tan
M..r: American loitltuU of Interior Dn1cnen 1244 Third Street, South Phone MI 2-6536 t rncrnrl pen (tee the Meat end 1204 Third Street, SoutH Naples, Flo. ,
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8 COLLIER COUNTY: SEWS Sunday, February 2, 1961 Wise.: Mr. and Mrs. H, Bakerof
---- York, who are
L.z ffgmrrsv '!*>.,.jitaaaH***'***. :.IIIMNfI----------- 7\i "m antique Endicott dealers New; Mr. and Mrs. cE1vr
Stanley Elders and his two sons P Where You'll Find Good
I MARCO who are here for about two or .
NEWS three weeks from Market,Mich.
Tom Darr, taxidermist from

t.-- yl -,._ \OPT ,< .M r --" "','N. .......,BY. ... DIANE.. .. .. $.,DOWERS.. _.. Grand first tarpon Haven while, Mich.fishing, caught In his the Foods At Deep Cut PricesPlus

Dealeno Cooney of Ada,Ohio Dridell of Highland Park 111., Gulf of Mexico.
visited with his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. MartlnJ.Strubor Fishing parties of Captain
Cooney, of Port Marco, last of Detroit, Mich.; Mr.and Mrs. Dob Kerr this past week were:
Sunday. James A. Rush of Coral Cables Mr. and Mrs. George Snider, TOP VALUE
You Get FREE
Mrs. Sidney Midment jet- ) Mr E.G. Johnson and son R.H. Gage, JohnSlater.andMr. p
ted to Detroit. Mich., from Miami of Soature Island. N.Y.; Mr and Mrs. Perkins and group. #
last Wednesday. She went and Mrs. Wallace G. Corroln Overall the fishing was very
north to attend the wedding of of Darlen Connecticut,and Mr. good. Lately, however, It has STAMPS'As An Added Bonus
a grandaughter. She will be and Mrs. C. Klevlh of Green Been slacking off.
there approximately five days. Pond NJ.Walter Mr. and Mrs. JimCaster and
Frank Bailey and Frank Tondon rented one of children. Lisa and Jim of North 0
Cerveny left Tuesday for sev- the old Marco houses for a fish Fort Myers, visited with Mr. ,
eral days In the Keys. Both camp. And Walter Rose is rent and Mrs. Doyle Doxsee this
men are lovers of nature and ing the old Addison house.As weekend. .
the canoe theycarrled atop their of this writing,the machInery ANNIVERSARY Prices Effective February 3 Thru 5 % .
car will be helpful In fishingand for the work on the Old Cong ratulatlons to my mother In The New
shelling expeditions. Marco Vll'age has not arrived. and dad who celebrated their STORE HOURS
Star Longer
Clarence Uhlburg. of Granville Herbert Sul Ivan and surveyors seventeenth wedding anniversary -
Mich.,was honored Tues are clea ring propeny In order Wednesday January 29. OPEN 'TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS Cry-0-Vac Chub Pak
day night at a birthday dinner to build a beautiful new Best}wishes! OPEN 'TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI.
given by Mr. and Mrs. Wesley home for Mr. Sullivan. Mr. Mrs. Jackie Kerr has return- OPEN:: 'TIL 7:00 P.M. SAT WeD BRAND Lean FreshGROUND
Paine. Sullivan Is retired from Union ed home after spending seven
Carbide In New York City. days Naples Community Hospital Quantity Rights RmrvtJ
AT THE ISLANDER and hopes to return to work _
Gfcests of the Islander are AT TIlE LODGE at the G & G Mercantile Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Monseeof Guests of the Lodge are: urday.
Rockvllle Centre N.Y.;A.M. Mr. O.H. Hopson of Waukesha, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cameron SuperLrand Patties ofMurgurine Bee I
visited their son and daughterand
grandchildren Mr. and
PROVEN Mrs. Robert Cameron, Buddy,
Successful Sharon and Michael of North
A Business Man
Fort Myers,Saturday.Mrs. .
(i, EQUALSA Dot Cameron has returned -
to work at the Marco
Successful Council Man Island Inn. 3 lbs. $100Half

Vote For George Reardon tained Mrs.Jackie with Thompson a Stanley enter partyat

_____________. IP.d, .P.I.t.ut _Ad v.rti..m.nt) the home of Mrs. Doyle
Doxsee Guests Included -
: Mrs. Wust, Mrs. Pound C Save 48c
Lorrlane Addison, Mrs. 7
Mildred Addison Mrs. Kris Patties
Urn" and Drapery Fabric Doxsee, Mrs. Yvonne Doxsee,
Notion Mrs. Lucille Thompson Mrs.
Dot Cameron, Mrs. Gwen
Quilted( Ned Spread Dowers, Miss Lots Howard, TENDER TASTY LAMB VALUESQUICK
Mrs. Vern Bush, Mrs. Roger LMt Two PUaso
Alteration Johnson.

[veyth'' for the Nome Sewer Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.

George B. Woods of the Islander -
Motel Wednesday were Roast 39c
Mr. and Mrs.Frank McAllisterof lb.
The Fabric; Mart Bal Harbor. Mrs. McAllister e .

Is Mr. Wood's sister.Mr.andMrs.CharlesWetzel. QUICK FROZEN LAMB SHOULDERFROZEN

690 Fifth An., So. MI 2.3334 Port Marco, and Millmont,Pa.,, CornFlakes
attended the Southwest Florida Ib.49c
Artists Show at Lehigh Acres Chops
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Sunday. Mr. Wetzel was among
the artists whose work was
Open 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. (Sat. Till 6)) Two guests who are stayingat
the Snook Hole' Motel for FOODS
t their usual winter stay are
VftOfl Alfred King of Connecticut and
Mr and Mrs. Williamson of MIX 'EM or MATCH 'EM!
Columbus, Ohio. The Wiliam-, S o'.P.kg.: C ASTOR FROZEN
CAR4.SERVICEOFFER sons have guests visiting with 10
them, Mr. and Mrs.Clift Hewitt Save 9c
of Illinois. Other guests of
English Peas
the Snook Hole are Mr. and ; .
Mrs. Nolan Miller who together C
found five Junonla on separate UmltTwoWitII Over Purduses Cut Corn 15
days and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Each
and brothers who are also down Cream Style Corn
w. for their winter stay from
Springfield Ohio.
I Mr. and Mrs.H.FredHamlln
of On-the-HIll. Caxambas, entertained SAVE 4c CAMPBELL'STomato
J at dinner at The Moor-
ings Country Club on Friday
evening In honor of their daughter -
Marthanne, and her fiance Soup MORTON Frozen
Peter Klugman of New York
City. The guests Included. Mr. ,
and! Mrs. Edgar Brown of Ohio. No.1 1 Tail Can MACARONI & CHEESE
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hall Limit Four With 9'
of Wisconsin Mr and Mrs. Otto Purchases s= :::: Or
Haskins Ridens Sr. of Tennessee -
OUR OFFER INCLUDES : Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Rice of Tennessee, Mr. and
I Adjustment of brakes! for Mrs. George Wood of Michigan, Meat Pies
:. 1Jf-a. nil four nheclanndaddition Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griff
of lirnkp fluid of Marco, Mrs. Frank Hlnellne i
-J .. if nCrcledIialant of New Jersey and Naples and t o e
ing and I weight Miss Dede Hamlln. Marthanneand
\ for tenth front whrtU Peter are seniors at the
-. *,....-t. Repack! front \*1111.1 l University of Miami. R.g.RohI
henringe I : Limit Four With "'t. Each

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; t-- Sunday, February 2, 1944 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

x County BfiWing For January I

Exceeds Modest TotalValue
Naples Certified. Member to CollrRr MTXA Preparatory A; DMTNABfRinn -

Downtown j Studio
of new construction In By areas, East Naples led In Naples, seven housing starts Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197
the :-ouiity exceeded that of the with $90,259 in new construction. during January added up to $97,.
City In January, according to North Naples had $62,946Immo. 830, two commercial permits
building permit figures compiledby : kalee $ 47,000, Isles of Capri S8 ,OOO, alterations additions
the building officials $31,684, Bonita area$25,468,eastern $15,580, seawalls $9,600, accessory Elect
The county total for the month county $15,3JO. and Marco buildings $5,500, and mis.
er1 was $274,607, a fair increase $2,000.In cellaneous $15,234. Building Ofc
over the January 1963 figure of the last week of the month, tidal Ben Pinks ton signed 48 Smith BeckTO
$238,500 But in the Cur, build six permits for residences were permits. Shirley
4w ing fell off to$228,744 last month, taken out, three of them to be Combs and Snell are building
t less than half the )Ajvago total built by Michigan ConstructionCo. an $8,000 residence at 1063 29th
r of $475,058. In Naples South subdivision. Avenue North. First Florida Resource
County Building Official Cart Naples South Inc. is the owner Corp. is putting in a City Council February 4A
CUmmer reported that 20 per of two of them, to be built for $5,000 boiler room at the old ,
err r : A'sal mRs for tingle-family residences $11,500 and $10,000. Rex Pollyis Naples Hotel, 1200 Second Street
accounted,: for $198,364 in new the owner of a $14,000 Michigan South, owned by Edwin A. Jones I atT
construction ti Januar)'. other : residence and Henry B. Watkins, Sr u
s d rten :;a'i1 Iw divisions included duplexes Robert\ T. Benson is having Homlll Homes is making a
j $43,176, commercial $18,350, Rutenberg Construction.build $3,500 addition to A. C. Wag.
alterations additions $11,350, a $12,312 house on Starfish Drive home's residence at 540 Moor.
and miscellaneous $3,567.Fort In Sea Gate. William B. Stone ing Line Drive. Tom Abbott Inc.
t n two permits were issued Is building\ a $12,000 residence is installing a $3,000 seawall ,y
----- -- in Brookside and Frank French in
on bayfront property Aqud-
Jr. is building $2,500 residence lane Shores owned by Earl S.
A: : Not Guilty Plea at Jerome on State Road 29. Neal.

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GIRL SCOUT COOKIES went on sale are, from left, Betsy Coe, Beth Spingler Sinatra Case

here Friday This picture was shotas and Susan Foster Mrs E. F. Bela- NAPLES I
I members of Troop 211 loaded the vek and Mrs. Robert Ackerman are men accused of( kidnaping ._ 1ii."Z MIAMI

"goodies" into Mrs. Dave Spingljr's leaders of tha troop. (NEWS photo) Frank Sinatra Jr. last Decem

car for delivery around town. They ber have pleaded Innocent In
federal court.
Judge Williams East acceptedthe Round Daily Schedule

pleas Friday and also grant. Naples To Miami
Bob Crane ed a ball reduction from $50,000to
$30,000 for Joseph C. Ams. 7:45 AM. U :30 A.M. 3.45 P'.M.: Business Woman for a Business Job"I
HUBBY GETS MY VOTEBy ler, 23. The same reduction ear.
Not Satisfied Her was granted the other two Miami To Naples I am interested in Good City Government, the
defendants, Barry Worthington 900: AM. 2 15 P.M. 5.00 P.M.
Charlotte Durno Keenan, 23 and John Irwin 42. growth and beautification of Naples, good ion

Earlier, Judge East denied Connection sad KenervatioiM !. any point .U the world beaches recreation facilU
of evidence lug, open adequate
With RadioBy motions for suppression -
which included defend ., NAPLES AIRLINES tics and cooperating with our business merchant
Hubby is running for the two-year council term ants' statements to FBI agents,
money allegedly paid as ran.
you know. He most certainly qualifies becauseof Movie-Television Writer
som for young Sinatra, and a X-MS4 NB 4-5811 FOR LNTERVlfcWS; WITH YOUR CANADATES.
his interest in and service to the communityin HOLLYWOOD (CAP) Almost letter written by Keenan. City Ticked Wfir N."l.. Travel Aency 4 Corners PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
any morning Bob Crane can be (
the past eight and a half years. Hubby has seen dashing across Interseo.

had lots of experience in management He's tion of Sunset and Gower, en"

managed to get.out of m9wing the lawn for route from one job to another.
From 6 to 10 he
a.m. operatesone
the six months! And furthermore
past of the most talked about '
for open beaches, orderly growth, light industry Hollywood radio shows, a come '
binatlon of music Interviewsand UNIQUE
more recreation for teenagers, strict ad- ,
wackiness on the CBS sta*
herence to zoning laws, and good City govern- tlon, KNX. I .. .. ,

ment. He wants to represent the working and Then he races to Screen Gemsto *

professional people and that includes me. Kelsey assume on his"The role Donna as Dr. Reed Dave r 4 The Only luxury Cooperative Club Located On The Inland Waterway

So when you go to the polls on Tuesday pull Show." This season he became

down the second lever and vote for EDWARD a regular on the television come r '
't vmii SIMM mint:.\nio\THKai.F: ( : ; "
DURNO. Why? Because he's the best man for edy.He isn't limiting himself.Com '1"e. }!t t','.\ "'-

the job! ing upi movies for Jerry Lewis .
and Walt Disney. ;
Bob started as a drummer in
his home town, Stamford, Conn. Iac
Always the clown, he moved into r err f
radio in Bridgeport. He was hop.
(PaId Political' Advtrtiumtnt" ) .
ing to hit the big time in New
York, but the call came from

the West Coast. :t.o.i.4 r. n. ;!.b;. \\I .. ; .
'" ""ww- :>F',, :1O. >:>11fQ'f. .,:..:.:.;.,.,.A"", '. "x.Y ... (. Crane's KNX show soon at* "ft:4 .. "11.11 /!' 't.
t.\; tracted a vast and loyal follow. ,lftlt
On Gulf Shore HnuletatriIn
COBBJRS t 3\CT ing. For eight years he has been t i i The Mooiinjrnof 'M ar
,1 1 I firing wild and sometimes point.
t f f ed questions at celebrities, and N"plt'llr" Ini.

most of them love it.
"There have been exceptions, I
:::: but very few," Crane said. .
"Once I started tossing quips at
TO AND FRO. and he
: i:: : Shelley Berman got
more and more incensed. Final..
s.. wherever you go... you'll. .noy| lh. trip ntor. ;.Y"i ly, during a commercial, he exploded .
when you wtor "Botque." lt'. California l : 1 didn't come here to
Cobb I.,. little hand-broldtd shoe with :'' be a straight man,' and walked

a neatly squared to. P.rch.d on o : out."On
I that other hand, a star
stocked walking haol... you'll like Bette Davis will be off and ... .. '
:' find It high In 'fathlon... ::;: ; running from the moment we ", (; '1'1IIIIf'..... l' "" f "

I' high In comfort, too'r: start talking. Another great one '
':, was Jonathan Winters. He held looking *..' ta"1tcrwntd .ne of h. 24' ""II 0..., 300) b/ A* ...n In GLAMOUR' Y :,: back the first time he was on pwctot It IK. ,,,.... Mooting.pik ",'. pixchtl whKh _,look 'lie ...id> ..I.n<4'ft
because he didn't realize how .nd b /ch unobttfuttod ...* of f 'he w>, .*.v ...h... ho.it. m.y b* dor .d ,MIto
far I went. Then he asked to Cull Accb *. b.Kh pcrpHuilly M. '.., m.nuw, ''he Oute,' i Lweu. Da.wwed ...
Ytr come back again and he was Pin
12.95 ,
/ ft :t ta out of this world."
I f.t:1: Although radio paid him an %
ffi' estimated $70,000 a year, Crane .
; was not content. He sought con .
Ut ,4.tp edy leads in little theater plays
and drew good reviews lie was I n.rt&t74t ,
ready when the call came for : : .

.: an important role in a "Dick ... -,
Van Dyke Show." That led to
'f. the "The Donna Rend Show." _. "
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What will the future bring s.
"1 look at the things tn*. Dick
Van Dyke and Danny Kale do
e BLACK ,:' on television, and I thluki May. r: ,.s
be 1 could do that. And I never
miss a Jack Lemmon picture.

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PUu n' edd e" Sr k 4. MaN
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"11E..\rOlls (API Only ? "
t skinny .kmJi rr. will. be able R .
10 pursue the chtll> sport of
ti Jimg' under the ice in \lmn'- '
i apoln lakes. The Park Board< < .. ffURSiUf.O ,\
r CJ"u::! e11o alarmed over four and tivfotH" '
+ / ,
6 ShoesDowntown holes cut b>' divers, act a MW
)' limit of 10 Inches on holt lulling.Olficiati "e' MOI'KLAPARTMENT' :

said larger hole" don't y, x
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5th. Ave free/e u\,r and endanger fuhrfinin OPENDAILY:
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Top-Ranked Orlando Rips Eagles, 63-35 lit* .

BY DAVID LYON a tight and mobile zone defense < -
Orlando Evans' high-flying thrown up by Evans. The Eagles .
basketball team showed why it had their problems In trying Immokalee Indians
Is ranked fifth In the state by to bring the ball out of the
outclassing Naples here Friday, back court through an effective PORT
night 6335. full-court: press used, along

were The Trojans to put their from 13-game Orlando with the zone lead by climbed the visitors.Orlando's still. Here Tuesday NightImmokalee . . . . . . . . .

winning streak on the line Saturday further during the third and '
night at West Palm Beach fourth quarters. Naples remained High School's game this year), while Jerry 10. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 2. 1964
Forest Hill. Meanwhile Naples cold from the field and basketball team, which hung a Rutledge Joined Harley Thomas ''.
50.48 and 'tors, Woods ending with 38
upset victory over Moore Julian Williams at the five. up
hoped to balance Its season record the Eagles' nerves the best
mob .
Haven points.In
Friday night come. to point mark. Larry Day added another > 1
at 6-6 by winning a Sat of them at the free throw line. Naples Tuesday night with hopesof two points other games of Interest
urday night clash with Kentucky At one stretch in the second avenging an earlier season Moore Haven, which has a 4-2 'Venice broke Its ll-game losing
Military Institute at Venice. half Naples missed 12 out of loss to the Eagles league record and 8.7 overall streak by beating Punta Corda r
Coach Andy Lorent zson's 13 gift shots. The Indians of Coach Frank standing, had the game's 72.67, at Venice. Sarasota River. ,
Eagles, hoping to put on a good For the game.Naples hit only Pelham now have won three high scorer, Miller Couse with :['view. Whit Sands Conference
show against their Impressive 27.5 per cent from the floor straight league games to pull 23 points. Five other Terriers leader defeated North Fort My ants rots .
opposition, suffered from Jang- and 25.V\ per cent from the Into the Everglades Conference'sfirst got the other 23 points ers, 61-41. Fort Myers breezed silverfish
led nerves Friday night. The foul line. Naples committed division with a 4.3 record. Everglades dropped its second 'by Sebrlng 80.51. caH r* roaches
harder they tried, the less luck only 11 fouls in the contest, Overall they are 4-6. straight game and only Its sixthIn The New York Jets: handed 0-i I
Friday night's victory beforethe 19
starts by finishing the
they had In putting the bal a bright spot but the team home folks at on Kansas City's Chiefs their first
Immokalee short end of an 82.73 score
through the hoop. made 20 errors, an excessive achieved American Football League hut- I
was mainly because the against Miami High's tough Jay-
out, 17-0,
the first time they met I
Evans displayed alertness number compared to the oppon- Indians made a good beginning vees Friday In Miami. The Ga- last fall for the sake tf y.Mr tome
and agility on offense and defense ents' seven. They took a 12.6 first period lead tors were outpointed 27.8. In the
making few mistakes of.their "We can't fight that kind of f' s'. and grimly held on to a slight second quarter and a second
own, taking advantage timber," Coach Lorentzson advantage throughout. Earlier in half rally failed to overcome PROVENA
of Just about every Eagle commented after the game about 1 the season, Moore Haven had this big disadvantage.
miscue A fast-moving front Evans' height and ability "but t 't. beaten the Indians by 29 pointsat Jack Davis went wild for the Successful Business Man r
line averaging 6-3 In height we still made too many mis- 1 Moore Haven. Gators caging 24 points, his
controlled the backboards for takes. If we'd been hitting at 1 ,_ ... ....._ r ,r-o BUI Driver Indian forward best effort Butch Hughes had D EQUALSA
had his best game of the season, 21, Danny Smith 14, Junior Bal.
the hard workof all it would have
Evans despite on our shots READY FOR G A M E S Flags of participating scoring 16 points against the lard nine, David Barton three, Successful Council Man '
Steve Clark, Many Bowen been a different kind of ball Terriers. Lamar Pollock match and Charlie Goff two. Miami's
nations fly at Innibruek, Austria, lite of the Winter Olympics.
David Pease, and Buz Berson. game ItDald ,, ed his season high of 17 pointsthe Gene Woods hit from the outsidetoo Vote For George Reardon

Naples kept pace with the Blga a tall and rangy .( highest by any_ Indian In a frequently to please the Ga. ___ (Paid Politic! Ad".rtl..m."U
Trojans through the first quar senior forward, scored 25 ,Come From Behind
ter. Never ahead except for points for Evans hitting from
an early 2-1 lead, the Eagles all over the court. Ballhawking
pulled even at 1111 by scoring senior guard Chuck Ferrell
five points in a row near scored several times on steals' Naples High
the end of the period. Pease for his 15 points. Coach Fred
meshed a free throw, Bersonhit Pennington's starting live con-
on a 20-foot Jump shot and sisted of four seniors and 6-4 Edges Bishop Verot
Person and Bill Morton put Junior center Dick Hulette
foul shot apiece. Naples junior forward Wal- To few
Evans sprinted away In the ter Ritchie again watched from Naples junior High's freshmen 20.footer to make it 4-U42 with answer a
stormed from behind and defeat 3:15 left
second the
quarter, as Eagleshit
the sldllnes. He Injured his
only two of 15 shots from \ed Bishop Verot of Fort Myers Finger tossed in a set shot from
right ankle three games ago. 4945 Friday night at the high the side, but McLaughlin hit on a
the field. The visitors chalked
Clark came up with a painful (school gymnasium In the game rebound to reduce Naples' lead
steals up most and rebounds of their of points missed on right ankle after Friday night's ,preliminary to the Naples-Or to two points again Then Jerry questions and thank
game but it was not expected ;lando Evans varsity contest.For Morgan made one free throw and
shots to assume a comfortable to keep him out of action. Coach BUI Marshall' John Dahlia< put In two Importantfoul
14-point halftime lead. On Tuesday Immokalee's In freshmen It was victory number shots with 1:28 left to make It
dians who lost at home by three in 10 games and it made 49.44 and put the game away for
TIGHT DEFENSE up for a 47.33 defeat at the handsof Naples.
Naples found It could not five points to the Eagles before Bishop Verot earlier in the Johnson led the panther scor good friends
work in close for shots against Christmas will visit the season. Naples Junior lU h's Ing with 18 points. Joining him In my many
Naples gym for an 8 p.m. en- teams will be at home again next double figures were Steele and
I counter. The prellnimary "B" Friday meeting Lemon Bay of Finger with 10 each. Dahlin and F
-; : game will start at 6:30. Englewood In an evening double. Terry Morgan added five each and
header Jerry Morgan had one McLaughlin
i NAPLES FG FT TP The Vikings of Bishop Verot and Jake Molter, with their 24
I Pease 4.11 1.4 9 enjoyed a height advantage, and and 15 points respectively,carried and supporters in
Bowen 23 1-8 5 superior rebounding helped them the scoring load for the Vlk
Clark 3.14 2-3 8 greatly In moving: out to a 29.20 logs ...
Morton 16 2-8 4 lead at halftime A free throw HARNESS PURSES CROW
I Koch 01 0-0 0 early In the third quarter extend.. CHICAGO AP) Harness
Berion 3.12 1.3 7 ed the lead to 10 points but then racing purses have been growing \
Splngler 14 0-0 2 Naples caught fire and whittled every year' since 1944. During for
Welch 00 0-1 0 away at the visitors' advantage. 1963 there were four $100.000 I L campaign Mayorof
Steve Steele
Jeff Johnson and races, Speedy Scot, harness
Mark Finger each put In two horse of the year, won two of
TOTALS 14-51 7-27 35 baskets to pace the local boys: them.
HOLLANDSALLEY In third period and as the fourth
EVANS FG FT TIJ Speedy Scot took the 135,127
quarter started the V erotlead had
1 Yonkers Futurity and the
Rigs _11.25 3-3 25 diminished to two points, 3836.1 1113,549' llambletonian for trotters "" +
INC. Wledenbeck 3.11 1.8 1Ifulette Terry Morgan tied It up by Overtrick took the $146,324 Naples .r.7
4.10 0.0 8 coring on a short shot as the Messenger and Meadow Skipper .
9atlAtog Arnold 1. 9 0.1 2 last quarter began. Steele hit won the sport's richest race theSl63.187
Ferrell 7.20 1.2 15 from the side to put Naples In Cane Futurity at
850 5th AVI., S. Fleming 2. 4 0.1 4Lample front, and Johnson worked in Yonkers, NY.Toni.
NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture close and scored two more points.
1. 2 0-0 2
Viking center Mike McLaugtho .
Pop.on 00 0.1 0 who ended
up with 24 points Fixer
quickly tied It
up by scoring on
TOTALS -29.81 &.13 63 a rebound and on a feed pass. 2041 'th St. No.

Rugs, I Naples __.11 8 9 10-35 Then Johnson sent the PanthersIn Naples Shopping Center I believe I have made my position on the various issues of this

Gifts, Accessoriesand Evans 11 19 17 16-63 front for good by clicking on a Arcane campaign clear during the questions and answers on General Tel-

Objets d'art 42 Part until payment has been made. Linen, Monogrsmmin- *., evision, Radio Station WNOG and this newspaper. All three

not to be foundelsewhere. Naples Beach ClubWomen's event On Tuesday will be low-gross February 4 low-, the Lingerie, Hats, Bags, should be commended for their public service in making this information -

net and putts for the field. Jewelry available to the public.
Golf MeetOn
Members will make up
e' e Tuesday, January 28, their own games, and arrange Now for a few questions:
there were 42 members of the starting time at the pro-shop. Midway 2-4947
Visit the furnished Beach Club Women's Golf Association Do 1 have time to devote to the job? Yes, I do. I have a

Model Apartment at participating in the capable organization to operate my business here in Naples.
U Tour Rlvage by low-gross,low-net and putts for FISHERMAN'S PARADISE

Holland Salley, Inc. the field Tourney. Everything FOR RENT the Fisherman need Am I a candidate because I think it will help The Moorings?
In Class the winners
"A' 1964 Fibreglass Boats 1964 Johnson Motors No! The Moorings has asked
were I. Montgomery, low never anything from the City.
MEMBER OF gross and T, Sedgewlck, low- Fishing Tackle and Bait (Live Shrimp) On the contrary, we have paid more than three-quarters of a million
Fishing Guide for Full or Half Day Parties.
net.In Class' B" A, Youker won Plus dollars in street, water and sanitary sewer construction

INTERIOR DESIGNERS low-gross and E, Marsh low- Waterfront Efficiency Apartments which was turned over to the City. However, a sound city admin-

net.In Class "C" winners were Isles of Capri Fishing Lodge istration reflects favorably on every area of Naples.

S.Adams West, low-net.low-gross and D. I 7 Mi. So. of Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2.5704 The submerged land act was in force and a reality long be-

In the regular nine-hole .- fore I came to Naples. Incidentally, we have sold more than two-

group G.KealeywOollow-gross thirds of the lots involved under this act and
and M. Evans low-net no longer are affected -

tip 1. McCune won first place FOR SALE by it, which we think is a fine showing in less than six

with the least number of putts years time.
for the field and for
tying second
By Vivian Ogg
place were K, Radabaughand What happens in a "conflict of interest"?
Many strange and MB. E, Prince.

used likely for things havt down been Mrs mention E, Marsh for her rated net special score I definitely will disqualify myself in any matter that may bea

I through the money,..r.. 'Way she turned in for the day, a 74. conflict of interest. Further, I will ask the city attorney to investigate -

1 back !I. 166$. for example, During the month of February the possibility of drafting an ordinance that will require -
I. Roland and I.Jones
the used playing French cards Canadian for will assist at.the tournament a penalty for any member of Council who fails to live up

money, and this strange desk. 'Their participation is to this ordinance.
currency remained In nut deeply appreciated by the members
until 1759. This was the ," said a club spokesman.The I have conducted this campaign solely on the issues and needs

Si-card deck, not unlike payment period of dues of to grace the Women's for C>e of'the city. I firmly believe that Naples has outgrown the mud-

the ever kind during some a of Saturday you pore Beach Club Golf Associationis slinging and character assassination by insinuations and half-

nlfht penny ante teuton. over for Players tournament will not be prizes eligible Conception mew rasArtist's \ truths that has been used in the past under the guise of "good

One thing bothers-In any _u__ politics."
this. medium of exchange MODERN
were deuce ..lldfiMcldcBisDy Lowest Rates-Bonded I>rir.' I have enjoyed the ,.'ampai n. It gave me the opportunity to
: If you'rea era, Modern Equipment. Sample Furnished, 3 One bedroom apartments plus talk to old
little bit wild aver In. meet new people and make new friends. I

ability to find |ut the and> Rates Between Naples 3 bedroom, 3 bath quarter for owner Located wish to thank all of those fine folks who worked so hard on my

family's right home needs to,suit tell your us cost 20001ba.4000lb.you cot IOU. 4 blocks from beach and downtown Naples behalf, and I hope your confidence in me will be justified by my

bout It at VIVIAN OGU;, New lork $201.29 $362.40 being elected as Mayor of your city this Tuesday.
I REALTOR. Our listing Chicago $201.20 $362.41 $10,000 down, $295 per month. Price $50,000.

(elude: homes of mow! Cleveland $199.60! $359.20

any site, style and price. Serving all northern point. Sincerely,
Also, you might want and Florida including Naples, Bill Loach ,
to rent for a few month. fort Myers Punta Cords, .
while. you look around. We Charlotte Harbor, Sarasota. /
bare ome lte.uUhl.pert. etc. Write for rates and cost qd2Candidate

menu and {tomes reduced estimates from any city t. WATERFRONT
for balance of ...1Oft. any Florida point or call collect SPECIALISTS for Mayor
Left compare notes at -Phone 862-1121.
824 Filth Aft. 8.. Phone' 125 9th Street South
MI s..14t. St. Petersburg. Florida 658 5th Ave. So. MI 2.6i51! PX'tteal' Mv.rtl.Nsen)

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SUI dey, February 2. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11

I Houses for Rent 57-Houies For Sale 7-Houses For Sale
1-Announc.menb 16-H.lp Available 40-Autos Repairs Parts i 1 1I C735.PUNISHED.

sTUDIO GIRL Available Immediately ei 4 Brand New Mtmes ,n Twin al I '.on' i On'. ., : O.'hj .l1SOW LINE DRIVE CALL
COSMETICS i iittesC'e'.i1" A paI I
For Studo Q"' pert all round mechanical and Lakes. All bedroom 2 bath t ItIS' i bedroom t bath from -//r l'f"1 .
con.tc call LOOK HERE MARLOWE 4 BECK $10 CIO fl. P' f ,A"8.' ", .
Ml 1.2011. Order now ground and pool maintenanceRiar I fRE.LT.. ,,10 "No 'T'a'i.'I IM I i* CUSTOM BUILT far GRA .
m.n. Very commendable refar REALTORS. 413 9th Ave So ,. 5H I I C 'OUS t'1' '' and *ntrta. ,n,ng'
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON ncsa.. W.sh.a small Elflc"cy Wondering whir to Z a MIdway 2:UZI AM electric, tchen with picnIc DAJIYCxcspt Midway

IRS E. Tamiaml Apt 0" premises piua salary' I CBS Home l< 906 WrIt I2I6 I of cabinet and itnrig space .
Midway 6t72 Trail round Writ Bo J 331.1. With your car problems ? UNBELIEVABLE! fjlln'.nr Or 0 Naples Pantry .n ,n t de utility room ( Monday & Saturday)
., Factory Finish' P,mt Jnbi Th* modest rental asked for I I Central' air rond A. .teat Large
an attractive 2 bedroom 2 bath EWe"hom.n.l1! An<> \C r1pi.d poeh .n" out s'de 'NII. Cell, :t t\-u .ly. Florida 2-2107
BONITA SPRINGS SPA Call PAINTING No Job too tmall Wrecks RebuiltTaneupo home. I 1V block from the I CPtr"t. aid schoo Rr, e' at p.". "Op,..., .nl.d, wall.
*" up..nc.d Painter. tC healing aid coo' P ''I "'
beach "11 5, ''un oft masier bad
announces Midway I.U$6.23Mllc. Front end al'|nmn| A den with. Bahama bed elec .n range aishoasher & d'spcs ipn Bout.fiiilc, laedstopedgryids LOCAL RATES
Charm and Reducing Clsiss trw kitchen. living room with t' cgLlMllN"i at 5l i 900 H1 tOO 'SHOWN BYAPPONIMENT .

forming now. (Adult or For Sale Motor OvsrfnuulTrnsmiosion rebuilt' screened fireplace. porch double looking carport south and fOTestli Cl No Ml Broker' "MM, ONLY'' r.-: =' 01111'1 01' 'fjflt"s .)

Teens classes) Call WYnun Lubrication) across spacious lawn are other I 'k 119 DIANA; AVE \\(11:11:01: 1 :2 ;3 I II 7 8
: Front Beeutv 1 br-c
.! !!o1. BoniU Springs Fla. Sprint.Air Mattress 4. Spring UndarcoelBrakes assets Available for tenon or THIS co<. bedroom I Iblth
: Spring Air Mattress & Springencellent until Sept I porch room 2 t bath old w th Doubt screened home .5 nacant end wunls art I :?! lii III II 1.11I :.!. .IIZ 1-1 :\.10 :.12 .I.2) 1.11)Itt )

Acouatiqon wait Florida Hs. .r.ng writo Auto 1243 South 11th 140 Call Midway condition I.4241Parrot twin,. sue: Polish 4 W4 AD MILLER Realtors ASSOCIATES fr port g bull washing ytars,n electric' machine range. living ear r*. ,io'ie' macn i ht ..oy welt I elevated- Lots 104 ofsl'odn I" :'11 .!III I.I II 2.:11 :3,123.73: : I.I'I: 1 T3 Ulfl--'.

St. North Call S 12 AM. 19 Sicycla. Man's Dusnalt [n SOS .Fifth Ave Soulh mom hat studio ceii'td' f re Nce, n..hb..ood Ideal :211\ t.. ;.! a I.11'1 2.211 :%.Mci0: : l1J'O 3.19 5.G0 600"I

PM. for I coniultation. Naplat lisA; nary good condition. $2 l Don't look any further Ml 22124) place' CBS on lane I acr rll lake 10'the prin ralorod 01 COuple III 100' Wall worth 1 Ill :2s 1\11;\ 2.1\ :I.I'I! III) .t: 11.111 7 ::11 ;.110
Midway S36IAuditioning front ,
Call MIdway .1419 See ) bedroom Hout furnished in lot ::5 Pie Ridge this '-
city, 1679 for seaton CARIBBEAN for just 11(000 Sound GOOd :!!'' '"' :3) 1.\(1: :\.1111 ISO :\.1111 II.:1'1:! 0056.10
for DANCE COM. For Sal* yellow head Ingram Chevrolet Ine. I REALTY 1790 No Trail It ,Iti' CARIBBEAN REALTY ROSEMARY HEIGHTS
10 for ..t. N"|ht Modern and trained. Call Midway 24509or Midway ? kISS 1790 No Trail Midway 2(199 1 bedroom 2 bath horn 0"I. -
4 Old Dance. Midway t lilt) 73919Ceramic 110 Ith St.. N. Ml 2 SItS large corner 101 See this today .

day or 5.4392.3BoatsMotors. Gilts and Suppl.et' Naples PIe. -i House and Quail HOuse on IM Owner 's aesiOus 10 I Bedroom frame house unfur

vsrything Reduced' Closing los lot. Buy this for $12.100 and .II' Prca $19 $00 wI" terms 59-Acreage slaked. on 2H acres In SUNSET

Susinasa Hwy # 41) North N.. 44 Mobile Homes hive income of 11000) mo DEWEY POLLY REALTY ESTATES A good buy fora
Acces. pies .t Palm Rival I Guest House now rented |'S 00 .. IB* DO.IT.VOURSCLF family
mo Main house well worth Itt? Ape N 4 Tamiami Trail I WHY PAY MORP'I 11400 with, excellent terms!
10 ft. ChrIs Craft s.. Skiff 1 used I''jld.r' Sal* at 26 ft. modern Tr*,ler For IIS 00 mo No Naples location Acre tracln loe".d belween
ISO Prton i 5J91 orS Room for another duple Com Niw Hoiite located .t Aqu" Golden Gates, and Naples. $550 MOTEL.APT 1 apts S
twin chrytlar 17S .. radio for Immediate, ,
depth Sale' : 1100 Cash!
47... porucre Easy terms ROAD
Shores I b.dooml.
10 CARIBBEAN' lena nucalandscaping .. Iunfinished
finder snifter I auto pilot, Lake Trail.. REALTY overnight rooms
) Palm
praa Sale Lol S TO
V90 No Trail, MI 2.1199. Wnile Boa w311H EACH TTACT: MARLOWE .otl. Owners living
aura water lyttom, moneltanks ar Ct. E Nipleslendscapmg NaIes 1 BECK rtALTORS lit Filth
.. shafts and .trutelectric 26-Personal SECURITY MINDED' Ave So MIsieiOy ? 9221J'TTicT quarters All completely fur
winch full canva* Furnished TnI. f.nc.d. with The,": purchase this 1 bedroomb nithed All apts and motel
all foam rubber bunks 1 lets T.V. antenna; 2
of wheals tail ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSMen RIlE Janet. Me Room for eipansion North
tudbury welertyltem this Mobile and 9 urrcanes Oi. near
Terms "
fined' tea tklfl In Woman with drinking 16900 one 01 Sorrento Gardens Open Daily 3-5 msual l Scemc Drive end Golden Naples location Good in
Naplat Call Midway I.tilt. problem Call Ml 2 2770 Meat Q Home H. \ vJ.! at 421 ':tst: est tofu Mral tlicallv priced hgh" al. Gil..t flOO etch Cash Col com Price: SID.OOO wIlt, terms
,n.. Tuesdays and Fridays S 30 ly lull Id 900 (Dont forget Sea loll[ JEWEL BOX AVE Royal I tier County Real l Ettale MIl
YACHT BROKERAGE pm Collage First Baptist No Midway 2-2270 late Elemetnary lust welkin' Harbor. Immaculate new waterfront isisNaples COMMERCIAL LOT EXCELLENT
Complete N.pl.. Li,.tm, |> Church. ditlance, this fall. I CARIBBEAN l Home offered for lets hIgh. Ates I', wlsc location on corner of
than replacement coil Avoid CENTRAL and THE TRAIL
Fine Inboard Boat From 20 hoi an estimate of 45 Trailers For Rent REALTY 1190 No Tum.mMidway "um city only I fv. .uc.a
your '
Tr. I. IN* delay And problems nl Peer the center of all bus
Bob Martin, MI2 3757Brunk 2 hlS l parcel remain'it* ION Dow"
needs :Ml --- building MOVE RIGHT IN Sbedrooms lne.t activity Make an ap
Painting phone .
Smith Chru Crell Sulee \ PRIVACY COMFORT td per month Philip N Keye
Z baths living room to this desirable
Trailers for pommen
No IHIRP renSp.e.1 lowrates : bedroom. 2 bath. with and have P 0 Sos IJ06 Naples Mldwiy
SPECIALly 2-4580 job 01 dining rooms sliding today Price
to retirees and low .
'folks Trailer neom "Before I found this job ..i.ieena 4 In pool and II"'U oser"C doori |a tcreened porch with 22>jlO. Property; with good farms.
Kmall C'ean! efficient spaces n 00
ft. too perweek
fiberglass "Ciosby"lun acni o. b"ul"ully land southern eiposur*. Electric SOMETHING
,Fishing. docking in the collier County NEStS;
service. pnvlt '.p.d lot in Pine, Rides 1,1"a kitchen' central heat and air Luelll Otis LeaN Brown
about twin 40 HP ... ACREAGENOW
Want Ads-I was a cookt"' how you wh.1 lit 4" WIll cond Honing I car garage Virgil Mercum. Bob Jaeger

Johnson motors with only ROCK CREEKTRAILER bu" Com. 'u CARIBBEAN 5 20.500: I acre tracts located M SIN St N
GEORGE: Dili., I'aintmu PARK 900 from pier, Complete/) REALTY 1/0 No TantlamiI oust one mile' frcm US' 41 MI 24J5S
15 hrs. since new. 2 18 nithed 4 bedroom 4 bath homa. rail MIdway. 2.5(51iYIU'r't'( SlId GALLEON DR. PORT Drive on to Ills property with

tat. KM tanks all control: Commrrclikl und! ResLictnxrd Rear of Airport Large porch Phone MI 2244. R M E.0" .-' M.OLAV beautilul new water. your own car and compare il DEWEY POLLY
against any other! Only III
Trailer, For Sale Seasonal
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trailer und insured Rent with option to or Buy Mrs L.I.- Lovely I badroom Michigan Av* I now under ONCE Planned for Florida lei down Full price: |"b For

complete' package 2761 Storter Ave. Stone 3950 14lh St. No, Naples.: 2 .; Home, IH block c from Bch Available dining room Ichtn to -k.
rest ef Buy now and choose all your open D T. Jones Fnterpntet Inc .
$1895. See at 1650( Murex Naples Fin. 33940 42 II House Trailer. with 2 season DAVID C JONES. Home colors 110,900 up CA tarae screened h'ln.q d Midway' 2(140 P. O loa S71Naplat .

Drive call Bill bedrooms; private lot inquire REALTOR. Midway 2 4490 1949th KIBBEAN REALTY. 17M No with electric built Bar B Plo. LOTS OF TREES PLUS ROOM
or Tucker RUBBER STAMPS that et 117 Creech Rd. .f"r' PM. Ave So Trail Midway ? SIMI Qu* 1 pedroomt. | balks. Len TO BUILD ANOTHER HOUSE:
Midway 2.4295 Excellent lral l heel and air condition 1 }*; Acre Camp;; 1t"fi'5HI; OR SMALL APT. SLOG House

make a good impression. GUEST HOUSE For Rent bedroom CBS Horn on Lake" car garage with, electric door t'> acres I mile from Golden has two bedrooms. two batrr
Buy -_ Any size. Quick ""lei. 47-Trailer Lots For Sale by week or month; elderly completely furnished, A.I condition 147.400 CONSIDER TRADE Gale, I mil north of proposed rooms two. kitchens. living
couple preferred call Midway ell for 19490 Will Ft Lauderdale I road 5699 CASH room dining, room with reverse
For Sale IS ft. cabin BOAT Collier County NEWS. 2 U'I take 'in Trailer on Trade IJ24 VINCE CONBOY absolutely' the lme with 40 HP Mercury engine, ; Inline Lube Kelly at tracuv e Moo" Sporting Court Do back Trail in Collier. County blocks from Catholic: 'ICh': : ,
condition Reasonably Horn sit*. landscaped well and ,....co. to 'Io".crelt. then today (\ H LUFF R I Broker block from City Hall nine
Priced 5.. at Crayton Cove 33-Services Offered pump septic tank, fence on 50-Rooms For Rent turn ",hi. second house on left illS &th Ass Parkway 421 OtIS SI No Mldwuy one palm' trees. ten till I pin, trees
one side, must be
Standard Oil Station, seen to appredated -, Owner Ph MI 55145 1 ??70
12079 O. H. LUFF .--- -- --- I Priced IIJ. OO Includes very
f, Acres waIi"ovI"atoils ; I. thing Total t..., county and
R E Broker. 421 lIlt St. No
14 ft. & 10 fibarilas Boat Desirable Room In prlvati
SEA WALLS Three bedroom furnished Horn city only 61 dollar Call C J
: on water to Gull
with windshield, at top 25 HP MIdway 2227048Apts. Horn by week after 9, call I on itt acre lot knotty penn 58-Lotf For Sale can show by |access ten Beiulufiprniind : i iS. Plumes' Midway 2 7270 or Ml
Gal outboard motor Only MIdway 2 2012 Close to School
throughout t 9074
MOO Phone Midway 14042 For Rent -- --
Hol.1 Room prIvate entrance ;::fl'nhci'ttE Only CARIBBEAN IdEALlY I'M
For 5.1.: II fl. Thund.bord. Foundation Piles .nd prIvate balk 191 6th Av.. Nv 6IH )X ISO Mulli family Lot No Trail Midway I kISS For Sala Wooded Lot near
complete with I Johnson out. No MENT. for Home for growing on coma near 9th Av*' 1000Phont Shadowlawn School city water.
boards In water leaa than SABU, SMOKES APTS. family RUTH ANDERSON Owner Midway t 17)9ATTENTION) .III.Aceas on Stole H.ghwayfSI6 available. Easy Terms. Call
Docks One bedroom furnished Broker. I. T.ml.ml 'trail 660 ft road liunUiie, Insrrlion
I than halt p..cel Mooring Whips APT.. op
2 SI1)
:Orl"hS"I:: YEAR ROUND LIVING TV, |2S Call Midway oo"t. Courthou. Ml I I 7554 0' II Townthip 41 South Midway *! or tee yourbroker
SAGEN Automatic drydockf Modern. One bedroom and efficiency 2 ?sl""ftr'kp: '.JI". H"'n"' _a I* E Only 17.00 l with
Apt funah.d.: TV "9 ROMl terms Rest Buy CAHill
Instruction SchoolsRapid Cable In. 2 bedroom CBS on 96lh Ave BEAN No Tam Fronts on Say of Naplah end
1 ABBOTT Monthly or year IK looking fur REALTY 1/'0
Tom ..n.Kadio .. .--iml MI 24499. Kelly Rd. 54-Trade or Sell at 600 N Need decorating Will you are lami Trail Midway t el!>9 Beach Club Golf Cou,.. Own
aril Arece Ay Sacrifice a* is Ion 14900 Cathl wise investment In real __ I Feb lotquick
begin Road a 4 Aires Coconut Creek. h. h an n Naples every
Raiding Phone Owner collect WYandntte on *
: u'I Naple Bowling Stock for acreage sale I Bo. 1717 O, Naples
Fob 10th qualified 'I, tar. 1.6042 .UU Week these fl'llt. land restritletl ', DOWN
2447S Efficiencies Day, or Lot etc Q 9 j533. Ft Mvert pxttttp ilu-cU
enrollment limited, Student Month; (IRIS MOTEL). Ml *: 0'1":0: % ___ balance' t to t years at 4.> WrIt"Llll: ;
H LUFF R 471 tat itlfco
call Ml 2S34 .ft.r S PM 2.2102 or Ml I 2.(199. 9th II. No I |J7'" ,: 1 bi'dnwnn.H.m. in BreokudeKrt -;' urea! {; ..... '$1|, aol) Alrt 1l0I| al Big Pinr I rWnH)b
Adult. call 2 6M 36-Wartfed To Buy "SI Midway ...,...-- Its" baths. s cries U pale. car. CORNER LOt 11150', Key, ISO X I al 5Ikou. tamiTerms -M"inland' lve. Naples. Ml
LARCH MONT COOP good location low equity and coo good lithinwTxll 224 after S pm
Special TUtORING for TOURISTS Beautifully furnished I b.d. COIN LAUNDRY For {ale, 22469 I
Midway ZONED! FOR( 12 UNIT! Mon thru Fri AM 10 4
now for the eigth year; I want the best IS to 12 ft room Apartment with southern Call Owner at CARIBBEAN PM Midway > 1012
all subjects levels ages. Write, ALL ALUMINUM TRAILER > block to shopping REALTY 3790 No Tamiaml, COQUINA SANDS custom 1 APARTMENT which cm
Box 13S.A. or Call Ml f 34S1, can buy for MOO: lot t :::, uk''to' beach WESLEY Trail Midway 219955StoresOffice. bedroom 2 bath Home. large 66InsuranceINSURANCE
boris Trailer Ct. I :uI7B'ca.; G DOWNING. REALTOR Midway screened porch and. garage on fare on either street for 61 -Income Properly

12-H.tp WantedLife Rd.. Bonita Springs 22174 I eerner______ lot, Phone Ml. 2 $151.. Kreatrst uic. OF ALL KIND

2 bedroom Api. For Rent furnished k room Lake Forretl Home: LOCATE:!) junt one block INCOME PROPERTY Spollet :i"Ih I Inturanc Avenue*. Agency South: I Inc M
near loll course. backyard C I tile bath
Guard Wantud: for 38-Autos For Sale or unfurnished Seaton facIng I. 2 bedroom 19141Hotp .
round work city benefits, year Apply monlh or year round On Gulf Have your own Office, worth with citrus trees Bar from N plei Community Utility rm plus workshop Sep -
Naples Recreation, Dept Shore Blvd nice view of Bay the cost for privacy In ConductIng f.n, Call Midway' 2 902* alter aral efficiency f"lnlll'u lel'iition.Metropolitin A 7c I d e n t
litO Kombl Volks Wagon glass or Gulf' Call Midway 22199 or your personal flairs SID Hoipital and new medical landscaped with In lleallh! Group S Business lius
Excellent paneled. Truck like now. 1979cath 2 9111 I month DAVID C JONES 1 bedroom -- :- City Aiding' III.100 TermsOwner Life I InturinrConsullent
: W."d.f::: : per bath Home In Roy building, seven blocks from
Ity for Scott Fraley Bonita Midway 1 4694 after 9 ...
Furnished I bedroom living; REALTOR 191 Sth Av*.. So. al Harbor, seawall and dock and Harry Clo i
Bookkeeper; Reply to Box13SL. Springs. Fla room and bath tome kitchen Midway 2 44iO dock master air conditionedand the bvath, snit l three blocks TTi15TJW'A'We'AjSi0TPii9TsaniFor ; t MI I 1091 P. O Boa #99!\

# Naples13rUlp FOR SALE RENT or TRADE pnlvllags.. Couple or Ladiet OFFICE, heater" all' appliance! from Kwik-Lhek Sala Including, *ilr* 100 )X -. .
Up Down or Sideways. On* Ill. Illh Ave. So.. Ml 2 6229 RENT 2nd CHERRY PANELINd I AND, I ISO mulll family toned lot
floor Batch' CAIL TIIH NEWS FOIl
Want. Female I960 4 Or S cyl Chevrolet, Bldg. Unit t CENTRAL FIREPLACE' IN ELEVATION of this lot alonmide Eicellenl opnortunvettmenl
Alto one olfic Intercom with Furnithed 2 BR Apt, all alec 1170 Ird St.. '0.. 111 90 per LIVING ROOM Wall to wall fly for Home income and ,n. BUIlDER STAMPS
dictating machine Will, trad trie city water quiet. Adults unit. Welkin 4 Btrhau MlTamiaml earpelinf Immedtete occupancy I h. greater than any othei Selling, because of

Nslp Wanted: at once. for work or sail either for land or what no dogs Call Midway 26206. 1.1141. MARLOWE 4 BECK REAL apartment site In the poor health Calf CARIBBEAN' <,

at Cr.yton Coy. Laundry have you? Call Midway I.S15tI9S4 I bedroom furnished APT Seasonal TORS. 4U SlIt Ave '0.. Mid. areaSKWEK KEALTY. Midway 2199 forppoinlmant PUBLIC NOTICE
Stores For Henl .
Waitress Wanted: Apply at Ford 2 Dr good rubber, Rental Write 126 Highland Commercial or Professional, way 2 (221CRAYTON --_ _ : / i Is In ami fully ,

Palm River Country Club on claus inaide I. out. Make reas.onable Drive No Naples for |I29 per mo S.. Q H COVE RESIDENCE punt fur.I'lUCEU. Nice 2 Apartment Unit, 1 blocks 1164< SI
Immokal. Rd offer. can b. seen .t Luff R E Broker. 421 9lh
null flood Income See H1
I bedroom unfurnished Apl to ORDERThe
Sinior S Junior Beauty Oparat.on .Crayton Cove Stand..d S'ition.flANf with stove ,relrlg I blocks to SI No Midway 22270. 191 10th Avenue. SouthA at fU.OOOOO. lay 7lh Ave So Game and fresh Water .F. h

W.ntad: Call I Ml 2.4123. HERE'S A BUYI! beach 170 month on annual new ) bedroom 2 bath fully D T JONES Cnlarpruat Commission, of the Slat of F lornjnder .
EXPERIENCED ALTERATION lease Phone Midway 2.2949 57-Houses For SaleSTONE air conditioned and heeled P 0. Bon 713 Ml I tl40Butmett We MOTELS have tome- Tome i nandse a ': and by virtue of the pow ,
KM Chew. straight' stick ... tnd ,
home immediate Bate. located authority granted under S
WOMAN for better dress Modern I bedroom unlurnlthd loIn on bin Ave No us CARIBBEAN REALTY
Calient mechanical condition .
lot lion 10 of Article IV of the Con ,
capable of stepping in and good rubber. body rough First APARTMENT with complete blocks enacarn.from 91 Ann's? Catholic three lost oil Trail, al 1190 fr II 1790 No Trail, Midway 26199 \:lulion of th. but of Florida 5

helping. with sales If necessarypleas |7& takes it. Phone Midway kitchen: Near beach and shopping : Church Naplut Yacht Club' TRAIL FRONTAGE lean "th ..intended end refilled by the vote a
five ag*. education.prlnc 2 7207 btwn 17 PM. BY SEASON OR YEAR Ave No al 1100 f, II il Florida'
DRIVE BY llth Ave South City Pier' Cembier Perk and Waterfront on November 1. IM2 a d
.> *. reference* and date. 199 9th Ava. So. MI 21191 Property \:
Boa 111 OK USED CARS between 61 h 4. Ilh Stt and see down own Eilrts include T COLEMAN BOYD Broker Slules and Regulations 0' the Co .
M Naples (with an 0 K that counts) Air cond Efficiencies and I our homes either completed or H P pump and well. titra tO Tenth SI No Mil 9lb9 ,"mission in official, meeting held In
Enpenenced Waitrn wanted. : bedroom Aptt Week or month under construction priced from storage room plus utility, builtin to WATERFRONT TRAILER1'Uemesville, Florida; January 2 .

she Cashier with, typewriting I9C2 Impale Sedan All or season KIMBERLY APTSS2S 114.900 to 112.940 with good Hot Point kitchen garbage Pine tettle EstalaLot, II. OlixkK tOTS II 1.000 SIlO down I I 1'1 64 has opened to fishing the Cowing .
Ridge Extension' 000Cash
at Baronla llth Ave. So. Phone MIdway dishwasher |l. 'ChD I described ,
enperience Apply Power Air Cond terms available disposal plus large CARIBBEAN |70 per month C area in Cell
Restaurant 268q1Imm.cul.l. screened You REALTY tlh'I'bounty. Florida' !
porch cannot find
Low Miles 239 00 IJ90 DOWN. no closing costs lSONo Trail MI I SIMSacrifice JONES REALTOR 191
Experienced refined Lady to 1960 Impale" Sedan All Eff'c..nc1.. buys new 3 BR home underconstruction batter t buy for III) .840 In amore Ave So Midway 2 44SOfUele Lake TraffordFishing

work ci companion or for con. Power 4 Air Cond 1999 00 room. private bath and entrance In Coconut Grove central I location' See your M'in cornar Lot near vJ. font will, be permitted as .
velescent call MIdway 24601 1961 LWB Truck Cab In city Reasonable with monthly' payments of HO t'.O.kY"I'or drive' by anytime New Hah School' IIIOO valua, A ceeege. 110 down. lowed in the Wildlife Cod of II -
: S.O
10 qualified' purchaser tint 11000 offer a monlh. also t acres 1evtraulars Stele *f Florid
4 Chess Clean Midway 2 4194 after i. plus tea 4 ins Hatter hurry by Jan list,
Owners Mr and Mrs t.I..t 0' hom.t. and olher A. D ALDRICH
Chevrolet 199900I9t Midway
( ) f
Wanted Male 1 bedroom APT For Rentwater Fred V Cooper acres. HI acres and up .t 110 DirectorUam
14-Help ] Corsair WILLIAM B STONE INC _
4 lights tile' Wooded 'lot nearthadowlawn lows and 120 a stonIk on ac and ,Fresh Wat ,
R&H 199900 : : 5m Builders 4 BR i B WliTHMW"h ;
mo Call :Z'di School t'y, walar4va con o.d. ColIer Counlf Reel Fish Commission
$1962 Corsair, 4 Dr per : tO Tenth St North Ml 297)1 II )X 30 It Florid
Paving Work, experienced only ; after 4 PM049HouMt labla S170 l down easy on Cat Trail Open I reb 2. I9MADVERTISEMENT # t
Call for AppointmentMidway Satan Powenglide U950D Aqualana Shores. CBS Home ) large screened patio maslerbedroom terms Call Midway 26142 ore Sundays or Call MI 2 2011 "
24632.15Sates 1962 Chevy t 4 cyl. B R and 2 tile baths' denlarge end beth air condi your oroer ; ro'R i '
Sir*'ght Stick 1299 00 Honed utility room. 2 car .
For Rent oar
studio. L and 0 R bitch i"i Sealed, bids be
(aol. FRGNfAGEON by
1962 Chevrolet *T Pickup port city '.w.",.. well and 65-Gen. Real Estate
Wanted New Paint 129900 .n with all Westinghouse ap pump for Ipr'nbliog. O E ttove LAND JUST NOHIM OF MAR ,h* Collier County Board of Publicnstruclion
Help I960 Monte Co* Power 1(1 Snook Drive lovely new pliancet central, heal and air and refrg All rugs and drapes I CO LOT l ISO X SID, EXTEND al their office In the
Rid Bucket 2 bedroom 2 bath waterfront conditioning, double carport some furniture TV cable FROM GULP TO WATERWAY ollier, County Court Hous*. Naples' .
SALESWOMAN Slide I II 195 00 Home new draperle throughout 'laundry room ample cloteltredecorated heel ONLY 119900 located alIII I 100 E: t STAN IT SAVE 14900 j jLu 'lorida. until 110 P M. Eastern

EXPERIENCED_ 1911 Chevy 2 SuperSport central heat 4 air, conditionmg b..ulolully' lend 7th Ave GEORGE HOTIL BROOKLYN Womans better apparel Clan Unfurnished, 1140 for scaped concrete seawall. below Tucker No Call Bill N V miriam 1290 tq It. 2 bed I Irtoms the construction of ttwegereetmenl
retail stores please give' ag* cost Phone Ml 74442 W.IIW Mid*. .IG'I ,
annual leese Welkin 4 Bar many otrat mamien tence plant at the Sea Gals
education: experience. references Miles 209900 II.-.. 61 >th Ave So con,."., T,.". iSadroom. 2ii'; bath /10m. BARGAIN only $11 90 per mo III 000 I! I..nl.y School on See Gate
end dL5Ox 33564. Other Cheipiet for 1.,. located In The Moo"n. Car.peling Gulf CHI for pponlmenl today. I>nv*. North ef Naples. Florid.
Naples Ingram Chevrolet Inc I t-L1-or RENT i bedroom I havd complete I'tie records throughout livIng' room. W.I.ont LidS .t H. Midway? !. t 5511APT Seeled Proposal will be publiclyipened

Salesman. Wanted: for Iprink DO Ninth St N. MI 2 9109 bath lIt 10th St N*.. Carl on all. lands. 'v.'Iud, in this dOtIng' oom. SaIls. and one b.d.'Mm. son leads 10 Ihe Gulf FOR SALE; 0 end reed aloud It the above
Anderson at Midway 2 9011 paper See us for your ab tiled lime
Naples Fla.1.I Compl.I.I airconditien.ed I
4V division Co Oa Apl overlooking Gulf or
I. Landscaping cash
Systems II tOO Each all
streets Title, Co of I .
I Naples and II.. .." d.h. Any bid received after
disposal the
of Leco Water Condi. Furnished 2 bedroom CBS Bay, I or 7 bedroom ItS bath,
tienlng Co 441 10th St No I House 1900 for Season Call Twin Lakes Subd'v''sion Model washer. Paved d"v.w.y to .r. I only Phone Midway t 1214 r.*sonabl* furnished or un I nd date specified will. not be con
Midway 220 Hornet' port :.nddIn storage room Nice furnithed Shoreline, Apts ll'triull 5 idered. Each Old must be se.
Immediate f porch Lawn soddedend II Unt Apt HOjta bIt For Shore Blvd 'across from c ompenled by a certified, check orid

Retired well educated Ontl SEASONAL nanc .: ::nH5 easy and U partially landscaped Ph Sale or Lease 11009 D T Mennon Houtei J: bond 'in an amount equal to
ng |
man desires part time Clerical' Lovely ? bedroom 2 beth, Home Mo lanes and MI 2 4104 after I p m No brok. Jones Eninnpr.ies. Ml 11140 ve percent t9l) of the base bid
Work _Call MdLZ3St. on pond side of North Lake par 1 insurance ii ert please P O Bee Ml_ 7S X 119 Retidenlnl' Lot level'. 1 he auccctsful Bidder shell fur
eluded Brs 2 baths '
.: Dr ve. m most secluded spot large ,
reedy lo build 11900 Phone yak Performance Bond
I on" I n a equal tone
I block from beach 2 blocks II x 27 living room ar cond I bedroom House Frank Two watarlronl Lot ci.t* m Owner
from Beach Club .and furnish i oned and screened porch Whitman Blvd '*'00. Termst beck yard to GUlf ol Ma>.CO Mldwey 2 JIlt e, hundred. percent (flOSS) ef th.*

Cd Fireplaci and U'po,1 Call .IARLOWE 4 BECK REALTOSS good 'Ln. risi CARIBBEAN Reel Chaep' Call Midway TRAIL FRONTAGE *ese bidPlans

I Midway 71360 0' 24U. 41} Sfth Ave So Midway 1790 N. Trail.; I 7 MM "M 1" i PMLocoplionally 294 ft X 419 ft excellent for .lammed: end at SpecIfIcations the office of may W. be Rrilson

i bedroom unfurnished wuiar'front 2 9221 MIdway_ _.2619Owner ___ baaul"lul 11500 Motel or Bvtmet. alt* ran v and Attocictet. Inc.. S.S

I Home T.V cable 190 LOTS OF TRESS PLUS ROOM Royal Harbor Lot U. Dolphin dantiel, LoIs. 71 X 119 It Cy p iflh' Avenue. South Naples.' "'oi.
i 1 per month Call WY 2.191! daytime TO BUILD ANOTHER HOUSE transferred CoquicaSands. I Cl Water. i ,. J bedroom 2 bit" :
pies Fie Call Ml 22697
: UtDO POI.e Ill Bloennfield. or ,,lined from the
(WANT I or MI 2 9021 eveningsduett OR SMALL APT SLOd Haute Home. with .d.nl, h..t. garage write ,Fred While 1107 Monroe Engineer at t a coW.
Millt Mich ,
"I fifteen dollar lit M). not roindable
i'Hease For R.nl by has Iwo oom. lee 54throom. large s cram"ed pooh. Peirborn. Much,
I month or "0". 1094 Ith St Iwo tch.n' lu,g pump 4 well, eerner lot' Many I Choice watarlronl LOIn lor SalaO f.
10. Midway 2-4121 call after reels dining 841m *..Ih 'a feature* found only. m quaMy / owner Theran Ridge. Phone Highest elevation, lit East N* The Board retervet the right toil
pies |*00 each. lose lo rweter eel any all bid
9PM verse cycle air candie"ogThree Home*; Reduced to HIM Midway 2hlllEnerpone > city AD '
Collier Reel Es OF PUBLIC
from Catnol County
Phone 2 1791
School four blocks from cente Midway __ I tale on Lust Trail' Open Sunday IHSTRUCTIONCOLLIER
2 bedroom 2 bath Home with, of NaMes N,n. oem' feet : Reads The NEWS or cell Ml 2 OtIS COUNTY.
central heat T.V. cable local
: ten tall one I'... lets c' NAPLES
ed at Aqualane' Shores For grass Check .nte .t'' C J R CHICKERINd

CLASSIFIED DISPlAY Season 0' montbty. call Mid H,met Midway. Z 1"' Want Ads CALL THE NEWS FOR Chairman ef Beard
OASSIrlED DISPlAY ----- I I RLnilEK STAMPS Beachfront I00i900 deep en
south Naples" Shore (between Superintendentb
-' tiiau.0. J---- Gordon 4 Little Marco Pass) 2. I. .IS 194 alt

Twe Swdreem furnishedheuse 1'-- Gulf to including! a dried ----

:I. at 11* .... Lake Oren in collage'So. 20 11200000) NOTICE 01' INTENTION" TO
.- lake quiet; beautiful AT YOUR SERVICEA 2 BR cottage on Haldermen' REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The und."ned" doe. .
1'' landscaping. I block teeach. Creek with carport 4 utility ELEclRO
ft Oi''\i\ conducting '
I .. 2 blocks I* Oolf nIeUlTg room 90 200 .wooded lot t"p'A'TI'H 4 MACHINE' BH.ffa5I55S
wilts boat dock Furnished J
see ... monthly
MavtloWe1\j\ .r season (12,904). com ehenljve. up..date Home & business' directory, of skilled specialists II*.too 00. ft'e fictitious et Naples.name ,Florida of MASTER, ended:

Large I BR furnished 1 BR house on 10th It Avail p'LATINO Of'r that said flrml
ttM kem.Z blocks le beach. able In I weeks for yearly rent. IS composed the following I per
.1 I SIlO 00 month unfurnithed 50 ins whose names and place olsidence
IdeUIeff.AsU.flnenthIyTwe DISPlAY Services Offered Services Offered Services per
sessenal (S2.20Q) Air c...... Purchase op- ", are a* follow
Mefera. seedally-eetujaW aiatkWM ] I 94* ,Firth St So
tted heme I Seawalls
*'AicitdKeT em in, Fnearack'acki AttractiT RentalRENTALS RENTALS Rip-Rap Industrial loSs on Radio R4 *emi Naples ,FlorIda.Ownership .
blocks le bievalIebI.Casa'ta make
*( Frea-A feieamrtMi a rood Imprlu.on. of airport Zoned Ci. ef MASTER' PLATING;
....... ler seaM*) el 11.004' Any .iu. Quick "in. "GII'W'f S Baby Cads and Rock GroinsCollier 100..rot' |2.900 *0 with term: Cl I II.* follows .

Trail Acre lots SO'.ISO' |47I COt2S JOSEPH ,F. NEMECHEK IM%
2 .". newly furnishedne County NEWS. Sne.nal C,'... HI Clans Cr50504. anawallO ..ech.p. M On 4 III 04 mo II is my Intention to apply toe

Th Hilhou. Co. .t intpetcion see or ,
tre! lecetleni **._ 11440rurnlsned Level* corner f BR furiMsneef telephone ansoenin g "'.,n Slnellers' Parts Cribs .id Per C I.t.C Florid to i)

PvHie SWrefe I Mi Cef I B...,_.. 1 perch SURF wItS SI Ot screened: APT also small effca, wh. I II' end 045cr needs ,., visiapetted IIIARATHON'space DICK HILL REALTOR re gitr the COMPANY said name ol MASTER,

Airaan e" Sadie R4Ml beth neme .directly e.. bay **> Gulf with ewtmmmgpawl. aisd receptionist a co gseste LATINO under the pro-
Cell 2 0395 DREDGING CO.VC' f'i lien of Chapter 2093, Law ofarid
I-4M1 *
with beet Oelf Course.eveileMe
II. Aqualenehertre Mil to The Hilhouse Co. *. AU ef 141

..... SMm SI2tM. _II. aeaeeei HOE "IPAIH Count Delivevp S poek'e9 Servlee Dredge, Drsgltneietl Witness my htnd. thl* ||.l day' ill
05d (U.2**> Of'
yeer. I4sae be.ve.e Oneng cud MI 2-4303 J- ..

__ THE GULF REALTY Co. REALTY CO reluciwhelg. g21 ills As. Si THE HILHCMn CO. ud 1-.1. Work -5-, JOSEPH. P. MIICHI ,..._!
051 ,1ft.. "va. Ie THE (49 FiflH Ave ... N.pln. Aad4 ROOd Mf J UOI AIrport a..d HI 2.1323b.aw. Fe C.0.Il0.23.lIM \j l}

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 2. nU }
To r __ .... 12

Agree imwmsr { .{

British Plan sgz ,$


But CypriotsBy III

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Associated Press Writer I m I _....
LONDON (AP-Greece and 3f'
Turkey Informed Britain today
they have accepted a U. .-Drlt. I
isn plan to send an allied peace I
keeping force to Cprus. But d I /
the feuding Cypriots continuedto tIp+ AI,, / i
hold out against the proposal.: ;
Commonwealth Relations Secretary IIIIII III I MARKETS
Duncan San d y. an. .
nounced the acceptance after of
receiving Turkish Foreign Min. :
Ister Ferldun Cemal Erkln.
'He came to Inform us that v
the Turkish government has
accepted the plan" Sandys ,t p
said. "The Greeks have already
As he left, Erkln said "I hope
this idea will materialize very
soon and that peace and (Iran.
qulllty will return to Cyprus." $;{ CRISP Very Fine
Acceptance by the two gov.

partners ernments estranged- Atlantic over Alliance the Cy. > RED YORK AppleSauce 2 300 25c

prus dispute-helped strengthen cons
Sandys' hand In trying to per.
suade the Greek and Turkish / \U ;, .* > Florida Punch
Cypriots to allow the allied r APPL S Grape, Orange, Pineapple-Orange
force to police their turbulent ..
east The Mediterranean Turkish government island. announced 1 I 1 .j I Hi-C Drinks 3 1": $| .

its acceptance this I j 4 Ib. bag
In Ankara and Erkln'svisit
morning apparently was to formalize i Lots of Cleaning Power

Informed the decision.sources In Athens B w II Comet Cleanser lOc
said Greece approved the plan ,. 39c I
after a four hour emergency
meeting of top cabinet minis
ters, military leaders and party
heads summoned by caretaker 1' FOP Dtlicioui

loannls Paraskevopoulos. '" ," Sliced Beets . CO"sos 10-

Golden Gate Mn. Betl'i StrawberryPreserve's
.. .
r LIMIT 2 . . . i.e, 25.
Planners Take
Libby'i CannedCorned

I Progress PeekEleven BREAKFASTCLUB Beef .1 ;;:.. 39-

members of the Golden Pillibury't

Gate this past Planning week Committeemet to observe d 1r l spCds Pancake Flour P.1:: 35IOO -

progress Golden Gate made City In developing and to Ep lEA I IOO Pillsbury's Delicious 0 L Ii 0 .
review plans of additional work
slated for the future.In J1l! / Green
the attendance were E.V. I .Ilk this coupon and pwdiotooCi psi' DANISH ROLLS
Pacelli James Layden and ONEA-DAY MULTIPLE
Charles Hepner, vice pre- 100 cr. size $2.94 9Vaoz.:
sidents; Tom Weber and Joe Lynch, resident and project engineers QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO; 8 ctn. ;
; K. Al-lman architect;
Dob Flnkernagel,managing director Betty Crocker White or Fudge
of Cape Coral; Ed Dryan 100O FREE IOO
and Seymour Dlnkov of the Miami FROSTINGpi"

roll office and Gen.; attorney C.E. Jung Toby,Car-dir- ,$ ( Green Stamps SWIFT'S.1 .
ector of planning. I with ('hi"*coupon end purchase 0(1 :. 59frozen -
Jung announced that plans of SQUIBB'S MINERAL OIL PREMIUM'
the utilities plants have been pint size 79c
I forwarded to the State Boardof r::.:. (I>.,iri w..... Ft*. /. felt) TPffliKg BONELESS
Health for review and ap- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CANNED
proval. Sewage and water pipes
have been Installed to service foods

the now clubhouse under construction.and motel Con-units IOO v Ep lEA IOO/ HAMS

' struction of these three build Aunt Jemima FrtS4t
JW Green Stamps
ings Is about 20 per cent com-
plete, he said.Installation. wishthtetees.s.deurcheweb WAFFLES GREEN
Swlffi Premium Boneless Canned STAMPS
of the golf course Ham ,
Irrigation system should beginIn Scan $399
March and seed planted 5-lb., can $3.99. *
grass ,heirs. Wd? Ftb f IM4)) S 3 S.t 1.
shortly thereafter Jung said. S. Q.UQVVVOVVVVVUVUUUV
The resident engineer will pos- plus 100
ition a dredge about February extra free
15 to begin work on the Fahka- SQL? EXTRA FREE UUU SO Chef Boy-or-Dee's + d-NGreen
Union outfall canal. "
Bids have been received for : J1l; Green Stamps Pizza with Sausage;! StampsSwift's i Apr
construction of six model homes -
I rttb l "Alt" upOll..4DUlch...ofa BREAKFAST
and are now being evalua- 13 vr"&Q*
\ '
ted. Temporary changes were ,.. CLUB
approved by the committee In 10-ot.: size $1.39 r
1 the interior layout of the club- &" EVAPORATED
(-1 )
house to permit Joint use of and the QQQQQQQQQiQid. '
buildings for recreational
sales activities purposes until d DU MIL KI t tVQ
construction of an office UU EF lEA UJ( OSO i I w } v rJ1

building. __
Continued platting of additIonal ?/ Green Stamps ,
units of the city area were I rJa Alt. coupon and purdiai*oft" w- j .
approved and also the black- M.
topping of three additional mil PRICES 1 0
es of suburban roads. Attrac- 46,-os. size .$1.49 can II IIIIAnlne
Wed. fb I. 'snit
tive cabanas have been procured 6 EFFECTIVE
for Installation In the swimming OOOOOOOOOOOQQQ1QQ.Q
pool area. MON., TUES., WID. Limit 6 per

In accordance with company EXTRA FEB. 3,4, 5, 1 1I 1964 customer w/
policy, sales of homesites will 5 DUO FREE 01k5W SO purchasesof

not begin until utilities,recreational PENNY $3, or
and other site accomo- Green Stampsvlik
dailons are available, ,Jung said. I "*'il.coupon end pu'dioM oli" SAVER more '% ,__
Moscow Killer Of 3 flol cans $1. WASH DAY

(mux) 'h.'N.Wed.II..a.41 SPECIAL! Pure Beef Franks . . lb. 59f.
5 Pays With Life 000000000000000000 t-1

MOSCOW (AP) Moscow's Swifts Premium Chunk Style

"mad yan who killer was," accused Vladimir of bones mur. SO V FREE uu 50 detergent BraunschweigerLight . . .Ib. 39f.I
derlng five persons and rapine
a girl, has been executed by a Jftl Green
firing squad, the Tass news Stamps Flavorful CheeseS
agency reported today. I with this' CowpMOMdpurcliOMoiBORDEN'S I 1'01:. _
The official Soviet news agen. INSTANT COFFEE t. 39C WBSS Gruyere . . 6 pit,.. 43
cy said that lonesyan's mis. 9-os. jar $1.23 pkg
r*. Wod., r.b.s.w')
reportedly assisted him by wipe S TWIkr '
Ing- the blood off his murder ax, 00000- OJLOJlQJlQ.Q QQ 0 Q / .sr"e. "
was sentenced to 15 years 1m. '
prisonment by the Supreme r limit 1 per customer ; Hours
Court. w/purchates Mon. Thurs.
The 2G.yeir.old lonesyaji, a
former comedy singer, and Jftl; Green Stamps of $3. B 8:30.6:30
his mistress went on trial sev I ** this! _pOll apwthew.(> I Friday
crab days ago at a secret loca.: or more t
Chat f
Boy-Ar-Dee Pizza With Sausage MARKKT8/
tlon for slaying two women and ', 8:30 9:00
13 -os. pkg. 69c
lonesyan's three boy* plea The for court a pardon.rejected r:;:, (I".'.s w....,. Ftb. .. II.4) :; :: ,. Saturday
lonesyan terrorized Moscow OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQO 8:307:00All
for two months until he was ar
rested two weeks ago. ...

slob The is world's the centerpiece larte.l unmounted of the we reserve ronco thin ronco elbow pompeian swift's meats riceland rice

new National Explorers. Geographu Hall*" W Sociel ihm')ton.''* the right to spaghetH spAghotti? olive oil for babies tender long-grained
weighs about a thousand -
The sphere
from pounds pole to; it pole measure and 34 11 feet feet limit 0 2 ';,;. 3cJ- 2 12."' ;;. 39- 4.;;:. 23- 3 ok?. 79- W:". 31-

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NEW YORK Feo. ey's the Lyndon Johnson ,will golo the Kennedy Libiaiy. For later publication Bisho(i fro I I.t'lh"(1 I ( 1',1.1,1 I 1 gli 1 rbr I
1 (AP) The book Publrshlneworld Story" first published in 1956. All of the publisher's profits haa signed a contrail with Random Miuh" Atonal' Hii
is In the midst of an ur. The first new Johnson biography from the memorial edition will for "The Day Kennedy Was i Sch,'dulnl t thllt" Fln.h'I "T'', .
1 Cent drive to bring out newbooki 'to reach the market was an be used to establish a John F. Shot," in a format similar to hi,i Matfiifnent k: related to Presidents Lyndon B, original paperback issued in Kennedy Memorial Award in "The Day Lincoln Was Shot." In, lull \pril ,"v M, KI ,
Johnson and John F. Kennedy December by Popular Library, Biography and History. The In April Furor, Straus will I American 1.I r.\ ,* II Irons "'III .. Annual 1 specialty number, such as sing.
Between now and May nearlya written by free lancer Henry A, award will total 110,000. of Issue "Ihe John F. Kennedys1:> RI ItardJ.Whalcn'"tla I r '"".11.1.I Jaycee Ing a solo, dancing, or singing
score of new titles will reach Zeiger. which S8.000 will be a guarantee A Family Album" by photographer ., ing I rtiriet. the St">i\ "I I I,'si"I'h t i Minstrel Show in the chorus.
1 the bookstores. Atheneum will bring out this against the winning author's Mark Shaw, with 150 pictures .. P. KeniXMls"' ," the I I.IH. Pi",.M- Rehearsals will be held from 8
I These efforts come on the heela month "A Time for Action" a earnings, of the family, taken over dctil's\ I UlhirLocal rh Tryouts TonightTryouts to 10 o'clock each Sunday slid
of tremendous collection of President John- "Profiles In thriisdav nlgbt, he ssK.The .
a public re. Coursge" was a a period of four years and first practice for
sponse to the publicationIn son's writings and speeches on best seller in 1956 and 1957, For early spring release the HeartAssociation the ninth annual Jaycee Sunshine production Is slated for the
January of "The TorchIs public affairs since 1953 when winning the Pulitzer prize in the Encyclopedia Brilannus, Inc, minstrel will be held at 8n'clqck stage of the Junior High School
Passed by The Anoc:j-'''he became minority leader of latter year It hit the best seller is planning "A Tribute to John tonight, (Sunday) in the Junior Auditorium March 6, 7 and 8.
sled Press. Within a month oft the U. S. Senate lists again in 1961, after the F. Kennedy," containing many _
(r announcement orders totaled An authorized biography of High S'hoollJand Room, accord. Sequoia National I Park, CalUor
inauguration. articles torn maga
ing to Chuck Grimm director
over 1,500,000 copies setting Mrs Johnson will be publishedin tines, radio and television, with the affair. vela, includes 32 grove of sequoia .
some sort of a record April by Holt, Rmehart & Kennedy Tribute* .
the net profits going to the National Grimm has Issued a call for trees, largest and oldest
It is a hard cover, 10 by U- Winston The author is Washington Still in process are new books Cultural Center in Washington.
all persons Interested in doing living thing! on earth.
inch edition containing 100 columnist Ruth Montgomeryand on the Kennedy theme. .
:aages of text and pictures some the title will be "hirstLsdy. Jim Bishop had spent four Two books on similar themes: Needs HelpThe
in color memorializing the as* ." days at the White House in also are in prospect "Mr. Ken- SUNSET LODGE FOR SALE!
sssmstion of President Kennedy Random House will publishsome October and had just completed"A nedy and the Negroes" by local! Heart Associationhas Everglades City Florida
time this spring, a biography Day in the Life of President Harry Golden, la scheduled for sounded a call for volun.
The tent, prepared especiallyfor of the new First Lady, Kennedy" for Random House at late March by World Publishing, leers, requesting local citizens
this book, was written in a written by Marie Smith of the the time of the assassination. Shortly to be published la "The to spend a couple of hours visit.
dramatic and moving style by a Washington Po team of AP waders! -who were In the paperback field, Kk.. Sunday weekend (February 23)) .Uadsr of Ktlatalt trlbs In
among those covering the ..- Fadden-Dartell ia planning an E :, :. .:. '" to 'distribute heart-guarding information mountains of Borneo, sent word I
sassmation and its aftermath. original item titled "Lady Bird ; and to receive Heart to President Johnson that his
Also published in Januarywas Johnson" The authors are :i- Fund contributions. people former headhunters
"Four Days, The Historical Helen Baldwin of the Waco (Tea) "Contributing a few hours of -want to live 'In psaee tt a Mph
Record of the Death of Times-Herald and Frances Spatz \ voluntary service, or making a
President Kennedy" based on Leighton. generous gift is a small priceto
pictures and dispatches of ad pay for the great rewards County
United Press International, selected By JFK a which are certain to stem from agenda for Tuesday's
and edited by executives President Kennedy'a own an effective fight against the heart meeting of County Commission: At The Entrance To The 10,000 Islands!
of UPI and American Heritage books will be supplemented in and blood vessel diseases," the 9:00 a.m. Reading of board
Magazine. May when his publishers Harper association said. "These dl. minutes. And Its FaKulou Flirting, Dockoqe For Boats
Here are other major developments & Row, bring out "The Burden eases afflict more than 10,000 9:15 a.m. Report of county Up To 60 Ft., 4 Fishing Piers, Accommodations
in this fieldBiographers : and the Glory" a selection of 000 living Americans. They are tnglneer.1ft00 For 20, Dining Room And Cocktail Bee 514 Ft
have been his speeches and statements responsible for over 54 per cent :a.m. Report of county Deep Artesian Well, 450 Ft. Waterfront By 300
busy and still are, writing about from the fall of 1961 to the time I .Of all deaths in the United States. health and welfare Ft. Dttp. All Equloment Cos. CONTACT
the new President and the new of his death. "Only collective action _suchas 10:30: a.m. Public hearing,
First Lady. It will be edited by historian the nationwide fight made
implementing section (2)) (a) NELSON S. KIRBYWrite
The late President's "Pro Allan Nevins" and will have a possible by Heart Sunday volun. 'louse Dill 194,6, County Code
files in Courage" has been having foreword by President Johnson. ------ teers and Heart Fund contributors 11:00: a.m Public hearing, H<>* 187. everglades: Fh, or C all OX !52431
a third run in the book- The publishers will contributeany SHOWN ABOVE are two large lightning whelks (center ..can reduce death and disability change In coning Sid Creech pro. ,-- ----
sellers' shops, and a memorial profits to the John F. Ken- from the heart diseases ,
pert Naples
edition is scheduled. nedy Library to be established ) and two large horse conchs (on either side). Above The problem cannot be solved by 11:18: a.m. Public hearing, I
A final book of Kennedy at Cambridge Mass., and theeditor'a ,the conchs and below the whelks are large specimens wishful thinking The elements change In coning Myrtle Cove

speeches and statements is 'n Oral I History royalties Office will of go Columbia to the of the Vanhyning's cockle abundant on Marco essential to a solution are care. Acres. !, "' F.r ye r every "banking Peed. f. FIRST to
prospect along with new volumes fully balanced programs of re. 11:30 a.m. Public hearing, I
on his administration and University Island and up to Naples. In between the conchs and search, education and community change In coning, Little Hickory

his family. An expanded version"A Nationof of s whelks are several large shark eyes. In the back service carried forward by your ,Shores, Units 1 1 2. J nATiOnAL BAnK
Kennedy pamphlet
Heart Association" 11:45 a.m. Public hearing, ,
Bias Immigrants," once published ground and at lower right are fine examples of the
Johnson Persons interested in helping change in coning, Bonita Shores,
the biographies of by the Anti-Defamation League Coelenterate fan Gorgonla. Specimens kindly should
Among sea supplied the Heart Association con. Units 1,3", .
President Johnson still to come also will Kennedy be brought had been out work-by' by the Manor Shell Shop on the Trail near South tact Mrs E. A. "Doug" lien. 12 noon Recess for hitch tr ,O/ /k,
is being written for Houghton Harper. chairman at 2.3939 .
dry, 130; p.m, Public hearing,
this at the of his (Cole photo)
Mifflin by William S. White who ing on time Naples. change In coning, Dig Cypress
has known Johruon: for several death Golf t Country Club Estates
The memorial edition of "Pro- Auxiliary Will .. '
decttdew. White won a Pulitzer Unit I.I.4S. I II Tr'T'
I9S5 with his biography files in Courage" is due from Exhibit Local ShellsAt lr-n
(prize in To Hear PsychiatristFrom : p.m. Public hearing,
the this month tIH'lIl.lm'
harrar Straus brought out inrecent with a special introduction by Fort t
Myers Gate Units 1 2. I ,
weeks an expanded and Attorney General Robert F. 2:00 Public hearing .
undated version of Booth Moon- Kennedy, The Istter's earnings Show Here Feb. 21-23 in"Tensions the American and Family"Mental will Illness be change in p.m.coning Gargiulo Tract,, at -: -

Section 12, Twp 305, Range 25E: ,
Junior Editors Quiz his subject when Clarence II.
on the .xhlblts at the forth small East Naples.
Among specimens for two reasons z
r I coming Shell Show, It was announced first, the great majority of shell,s chill cMatrist, M.D.addresses, Fort Myprs members psy. 2.H: p.m. John R. Wood, re- I in ......
STARSQUESTION by Ue chow do not quest for Improved road, exten. Experts
yesterday grow large, many bean t and guests of the Naples Com.
'. ..'. chairman, will be collections of less than one inch long; an d 1 munlty Hospital Auxiliary at their lion of Davis Blvd., easterly. I HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
local shells These belong to what second, those that do grow largi t 1 winter general meeting Thurs. 2:30 p.m.. Select newspaper
PLANET)) STAR are called West Florida would take up too much space, day, February 6. for equalization notices and de- AwnlMf) F.dwl' fttwrv Jy.l- tsdstsl IMpowt Intursnco Corporation

shell, those found along so that young ones are shown,' The buffet coffee will be held linquent tax lists. I
the sandy beaches of the Islands The largest Florida Shells an t t at the Beach Club Hotel at 10a.m.) 2:43 p.m. General businessand i
and mainland from Tarpon he conchs and whelks, a fei, with Mrs.RDCueaoclalchairl correspondence.
Springs south to Cape Romano. of which may be up to 24 Inchei I man for the auxiliary,In charge of Final Approve and pay bills
Below that point and along both long and weigh several pounds arrangements
Ides of the Keys differences Th* giant Atlantic cockle lUll a i 1 Doctor Schllt btings a varied i e eI
the kinds of shells become prominent Vanhyning's cockle,Dinocardlun 1 1 background of experience to his ,"
ATMOSPHERE so that the collector refers robustum vanhynlngl are sometimes Ie current practice of psychiatry, I
I Ir to them as Florida Key near six Inches high am d 1 including several years In gen. JJ1 \Vzchofs dirt al
J r
shells, it was explained. There almost as long, while the shark; eral medicine following com. c rll
iv lI are also the East Florida,Carib. eye or Pollnlces duplicate ma]r' pletlon of his training at Linda
bean, and Welt Indies shells, be up to two and a half Inchei.s 1 Loma Medical School, Los Ang. Naras ru.r as, ubbtsr,
each differing from the West wide. ales; some time as director of PORTRAITS PAINTINGS MURALS
Coast group in the presence and a mission hospital in Dar-Es. .;
absence of certain species Book, cord ale Sola. n, Baghdad; residency wI e 9"
West Florida shells are of training psychiatry at Hard. Original() paintings by recognized artist.

great variety In kind, size, patS Nets $140 ProfitTo Ing Hospital, Ohio State Unlver.
tern, and color with represents ally; physician charge of men.
Lives from each of the great Hospital GroupProfits tal wards at hospitals in Hlns. -V-

I classes of Mollusca .Gastropoda from the "used book; dale, 111., andSlIver6prlngiMd.) ; ,
1 (periwinkles, conchs, and other and record sale" held January, and some time spent In private 1f
snails), Amphlneura (coat of. 25 at the W. Roy Smith Parking: practice In Washington, DC.
mails and other chltonsScapho.poda lot were $140, It has been ann
(dentallum and other tusk Frames Individually Designed
shells), pelecypoda (scallops, ounced. On an average day In the UJS. >;::
oysters, clamsandCephalopoda This money will be used t<)i newspapers reach 40,570,000 j heath, Shopping Area
t (squid and octopus). purchase needed equipment foi r' households, or 86.4 per cent of {'I .> ::
Of the 1500 species found in the Naples Community Hospital,, the total number of hoU..holds.j '
the shallow waters of the east and Members of Hospital Service -It
: Why do stars twinkle? west coasts of North America League, Group 2, who sponsor
from Labarador to the Gulf of the sale, plan to make it an annual

ANSWER: In our picture, Joe, Jerry, and their dog Wags, Mexico, and from Alaska to Sou. event and will accumulaU ffVA
have taken up star watching as a hobby Joe Is pointing to a them California, about 750 are books and records throughout th
spot of light which behaves differently from the others, as founj in Florida. .rwi at least year.Members
these seem to flicker slightly or "twinkle,* this light glows half of them on the West coast are now sewing layettes ,
steadily, without flickering Joe knows the reason, "SeeJerry, |t is often said that Nt lea laIn for needy babies and maintain Pleasure
that light comes from a planet, a member of our own solar the center of the second best a supply of these articles
system The others are real stars, way, way out beyond our shelling area of the world, the for distribution by the nurses ir
solar system They're so far away only one pinpoint of light first being the Great Barrier the maternity ward at the local RESTAURANT
at a time gets through to us As it passes through the moving Reef near Australia hospital
layers of our earth's atmosphere, It gets jiggled back and It was pointed out that mostof The next regular meeting of the 0 0
forth; that's why stars seem to twinkle But planets are so the. shells to be exhibitedat league will be Thursday, Febu.
much nearer that even if they only shine from the reflected the Shell Show February 21. ary 20, at a p.m in the home olMra.
light of the sun, a lot of such rays get through to us-enough 23 In the Woman's Club will be Stockton Renfroe.
of them so that there no jiggling effect the planet light HEONS *
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but you'll get a thrill when you find It Then find out from
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COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 2, 1964
hamson a single 185, Wanda Estate Brokers enabled Estimating Follls 187 Mildred Eaton 183 2B COLLIER

Rice 168, Hazel Aldacosta 167, to climb up one place. Jeanne Veenschotetl 170 and bowlers 39 1/2 321/2 Assorted Christians 53 27 .

EGLER'SORNER J. Prasll 165, Frances Fltzek Ed Harroun was high for the Nancy Veenstra 171. B. J. Holy Nl 1 36 40 Methodist #2 391/2 4012C.

164, Ruby Riner 160, Joanne winners with a 563190200. Broughton and Mary Francke St Trinity. Anns 311/2401/2 M. Fellowship 361/2 431/2

Mandevllle 161, Martha Plercy Ken McConkev was out front tossed a 168 each. Mary Buck ###2 31 4S Emmanuel

mRti Rti I By MARION SORENSEN 157, J. Snyder 158, Ruby Lind for the league with a 593-190 174 J, Lawhon 175 and Eileen Trinity Lutheran 321/2 n 1/2

f and Lau ra C lark 154-Laura also 203, Ralph Leigh 590-235 and Wheeler 151. Shirley Beck PL E. N. Methodist 22 1/2 571/2
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r the 6-7-10.Ann Davis 158,Katie Harry SauchelU 672-199. Ike reached a 152. J. Haslup 151- Anns 42 34

Stull and Bea Mohrbacher 153, Wolford had a 226 singleton, 153, Dorothy Zoler: 166, Anna St. Nl 1 41 35 NITE OWLS BB

Martha Lowery 163-159 and Ev Clllard 214 Huble Han May Penno and Marge: Seaberc Trinity #1 38 38 Conditioned Air 441/2 15 112
Bonita Baptist
r Flo Ranson 144. 208, Mike Pike 201, Bill Gregory 150. Ida Poyer and Loretta 38 38 Sea Treasures 36 24
had his first 200 in lea
## 2
M NWBA tournament entries CONSTRUCTIONCERS--- game SUGAR 'N. SPICE -- Pap- 196, John Stull 192-194, Easterly 165.: Ethel Dlnaburg Trinity 40 IngramS Chevrolet 33 27
500 36
203 and
close midnight February 7. lied Paving pulled itself up one gue, a rikas are now in first 190 and Harold First Christian
place by Ceo. Taglarls was an excellent marksman as Grants #1 30 1/2 291/2
Charles Rice
504. 2
a #
Tournament dates are February place when they won 3 from series the talented for the 1/2 point. Betty Geltz led themto Daniels 191. she converted the 5-6-10. Ethel Bonita Bapt}si Chesser Wash 0 Mat 29 31
14, 15, 16. This Is a handicap House Electric with an able was one a 3 win from
point Allspice Crltean picked up the 510. Grants #2 28 32
evening rolling\ a 600 even with 'N DONUT PL
79Jt 200.Let's assist from : 443- COFFEE
event using of Ray Dagley by rolling a ter mc 513200. PINE LANESCONTRACTORS COFFEE 'N DONUT -- Head 20 Bank of Naples 27 33
of 227-212. Walt Brehm 66
make this one for 160. First Florida moved Into games .. Sugar Donuts
Elouise Williams tossed
fired a 572200217. EarlCan- a 470- gal for the day was Mary Arm- 48 30 Anchor Lounge 26 34
our association. 5th place when they took from 163 and Mae Williams 472- Salmon, with a 625 series, usIng brust tallying a 510 with a 214. Luzlanne 351/2 Trail Cleaners 241/2 35 1/2
nady listed a 194 single, Bob 40 1/2
Florida BowlIng Sunshine Market led bv Tnm Expresso
The Southwest 177. Mae Davis reached 173 of 202-215-208 led
Eggleston 547188. Gene Til- Steele 196, Ed Buscemi 198 and a games Jean Vogt totaled 475181. Holsum 36 40 Naples Federal 211/2 38 12SUGAR'NSPICEBB
Association Tournament entries
loner, Nour Turner and Wanda Moons In all -
188 singleton
Masonry wining Terry Murnan a nice
man the most wood for the J. Boutwell 190.WOMEN'S 34 42
will close February 9. got CHURCHLead Jones 168, Julie Yanson 162, from Stone Builders thus put- Sandy Hackney 178. 43
Games of 190-227-219 33
This will be held at Bowlerama night. Ida 164. Grace Brack them In first place. Naples Sanka
ting Mary Jo Gibbs 169-162. Helen 53 27
him a 636 total. Ralph Ing the league with 431-167 32 44 paprikas
Charlotte. Handicap gave Maxwell House
Lanes In Port listed a 155, Ruth 150 went Into 5th place
Dodge Supply Tracy 152-158 Alice Jensen 52 1/2 271/2
Leigh posted a 561202. Jerry was Marg Mlltner. Marge 26 1/2 491/2 Sages
will be 75ft: of 210. The Winebrenner rolled a terrific Rimes a real nice 441-175. Susie Klingler 159, Kaye Rans as they took 3 from Firestonewith 150, Hazel Brunk 138 and Mary Folgers Cloves 46 1/2 33 1/2
event will run Feb. 29 through 149, Marie Weaver 165 and the an assist from H. Miller
207 loner,Wes Miltner and Tom Dot Larimer had hlfh came a Bishop 133. BIG CYPRESS MIXED PL Nutmegs 46 1/2 34 1/2
March 8.Enrales.
5- -10 plus the 8-10, Mary 507 and R. Steele 500. B BIG MIXEDFor
Hill recorded a 171, CYPRESS 44 1/2 351/2
for the Florida Women's Miller 198 each, Mike Pike 195 180. Tess 49 27 Gingers
Lanze 169, Mary Kline 147. and B Builders are now In a the ladies It was Flora Edwards Ospreys 43 1/2 361/2
Association and Gene Tessier 191. Sharp- Marge Thomas 168-162, Belvla Seminoles 45 31 Cinnamons
Bowline Bowling nice games well over tie for 6th as they swept all 484-171 and for the men, John 43
to be held at Eau shooter was Earl Campbell converting Allen 161 and the 5-10. Martha Panthers 40 32 Dixie Crystals 37
tournament Flo Coe 142- from Distributors with
the 6710.COMMERCIAL Plercy 160, JoyceO'Green, average were Daley Deal 541192. Tom Schessler 39 37 All spice 39 1/2 401/2
Gallic will close February 8. White Herons
.. and twice Joa Sharp 138, Amy the aid of Richard Upham 468 bombed out a 218 single. Jack 33 41
Almost Nancy Pierce 152 Anne 39 33 Rosemarys
This will run April 4 through Stump 134 Nancy Creason 148, and Aide Potter 465. Carl Hatcher 199, Art White 196, BobCats
seemed like nlte with Brown 157.MEN'S 36 1/2 51
position Peppercorns
33 1/2
3. See the at either Gators
I I.'May posters Bobby Miller 130.MERCHANTS Armbrust totaled a 578 witha Gene Tessier 190. Nice Games 28
L bowling lane entitled "Us on several teams changing placesin CHURCHHead- .. Ed Davis 203 high, Ev Baldwin 564- Pot Ho es 351/2 40 1/2 Sesames 1/2 511/2
a bus" and make inquiries. the standings. Wimps went man was Vern Allen with a 515 were posted by Lee Wardrip Razor Backs 34 42 Sweet Basil 22 58
Builders and Yahl Brothers 205. Gus Seaberg registereda 172
Bill Henry 179, Bill Stone
Into second won 3 from and two 199 W. Hudsonwasn't 32 44
blanks for of the as they games. Rats
Entry any moved Into a fifth place tie. 213 loner, Wes Henson and 1C9 N. Turner and Cla Dick- Swamp
for was far behind as he blast- ) 52 MERCHANTS BB
Wimps 24
be obtainedat Bigleys. High
above Air Boats
;; events may Davis team all from Mar- Ed McGtll 201, Albert Hatcher I
swept son 177. Io Henry listed a 157.
Bowl Vern Allen 583222.: Fourth ed a 572-192. Scott Wolfe Naples Marine 40 20
either Brookside or
hoeffer #1 with Gil Sorensen 198, Al Southky (1)) 194, Jim Beth Deal 166-152JaneHerren
Pine Lanes. place was taken over by Palm reached a 214 loner,Ralph Mc- BOWLERETTES King Insurance 35 25
leading 414183. The Yahl Lulejean 192, Joel Metis and 160 and E. Abernathte 162.
Lake Trailer Court as they Klrlhan 211 and the 3-7. Foster Pampered Poodles 53 23 Dunbars 33 21
Bros led their vic- Bonacker 191.
team to
BROOKSIDE BOWL swept all from Tropigas. Jim 209, Ken McKonkey 192 F. BOWLERETTES -- Brehms Nap. Floor Covering 49 27 Roses Texaco 32 28
Marhoeffer ##2 with CHURCH Out- third
over Atlantic tied for
tory are now
Hope all will be forgiven, Haynes, Sr., for the Trailer Redenbaugh 190. Glen Yager Stone Builders 311/2 38 1/2 Kwik-Chek 32 28
Rich 521-202 and for the nlte
but the Senior Citizens, who Court, rolled his highest league converted the 5-7 and the 5- posting a standing was place by virtue of their winning Brehms Atlantic 311/2 381/2 Ed Davis Builders 30 30
Mike 514180. In al. 431-
Nelson a from
2 Faber BeaMohr-
taking Beverly; rolling Hair.
bowled January 24, were Inadvertently series. 559 with games:! of 192 Jims Sunoco 37 39 Yahl Bros. 30 30
10.NITE from Fuller Industries the Isle Hatcher reached a sol- bacher themto
with 498-183 led
153. Fay a
and 200. Jim, Jr. made a good 29 31
left out of Wed- OWLS --Julie Chesser Faber Hair 36 40 Marhoeffer#/
of 163 of Capri went into a tie for itary 162, Carol Campen 161, victory. Lll Miller was the
tossing led Chessers Wash into 29 31
nesday's column by -- guess showing by games 0 Mat Flame Lounge 32 44 Isle of Carpi
6th place. Al Tatu headed the fo Powel' 155, Myrtle Brack talented one as she reacheda
and 176. Into sixth place went 27
Who II Please accept humble fifth place as she totaled a 466- Nicks 22 54 Fuller Industries 33
Isle team with a 535184. G. 154, Dorothy White and Nancy 514-200 to lead the league.
in the the County Engineers winning 173 (twice) and helped them win Naples Printing 21 39
High leaguewas
apologies. Tlllman was high scorer for the Dun 147, AngelLne Calitri 142. Jerl Jerabek totaled a 488, Eva
Publix with assist
from a big
McCreedy with a 3 3 from Naples Federal. An- COMMERCIAL BB Marhoeffer Nl 1 20 40
league with a 565-195. Jr. )harpshooter was Agnes Dem- Hogue 485, Ruby Sims 470,
505-179 and Jack LaCelle 500- from David Lyon 527-188. chor Lounge, in winning 2 from Brehms Atlantic 61 23
Simpson blasted 219 single. :sek with the 510.MEN'S Murnan 461, Lucille
180. Nice Individual games Pauls Texaco moved Into 8th Grants H2, moved up one place. .. Wimps TexacoIS 36 FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC
Bob Steele 203 Claude CHURCH St. 458 Elizabeth Hardwick
were rolled by Louis Kincaid place when they took three from High for the Lounge was Marion Perry Pittmans 41 37 Acreage 55 25
Jolliffee 196 and Daniels Anns moved themselves Into 459. Vera Zwicker reacheda
197, Tom Thomas 182, Evan Pittmans. Mike Pike was high Lessey 480179. Rose Mor- Guye Palm Lake Tr Ct. 45 39 Sub Divisions 54 26
Felghllne 164, Chas. Gambrel for Pauls with a 516-184 fol- rison gets credit for the highest 192 first place by taking all from 175 loner Margaret Scaggs Bigleys 43 41 Financing 50 30
FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC -- Bonita Baptist #2. Harry 177, Helen Henson 17', Dot
169 and John Shaffer 172. (Hope lowed by Ike Wolford 514203. series for the night as she Cnty Engineers 40 44 Consultants 45 35
all the spelling Is correct) On the same team Gil Oliver posted a 523-199. Hazel Abra- Winning all points from Real Mouser was high for the win- Donelson. Marg Lee and Betty Public 39 1/2 44 1/2 Estimating 42 1/2 371/2
ners with a 670-212. Tied Brehm 167 Ml dred Eaton and
37 47 Real Est. Brokers 40 40
Pauls Texaco
for second place are Bonita Hazel Aldocosta 161. Ann
Baptist #1 and Trinity ##/2. The Fuller converted the 3-7 and Anchor Lounge 36 48 Investments 35 1/2 44 1/2
591/2 35 45
251/2 Construction
Baptist teamwon3 from Christ tossed a 165,Louise Fortin 164- Tropigas
34 46
ian led by Glen Liles 447 and 167 and picked up the 5-8- Developers
33 1/2 46 1/2
Trinity #2 won 3 from Trinity 10, Ann Sharp 152 and Bette CONSTRUCTIONEERS BB Designs
#H/ led by Dennis Salmon 560- Miller 156. Other conversion Townsend Produce 51 33 Planning 29 51

: WE NEED 201. Art White fired a lone experts were Frances Walkerthe Naples Federal 50 34 Cooperatives 26 1/2 53 1/2
49 35
208 and N. Turner 196. 6-7 and Ruth Batcher the Sawyer Carpet
ROCK 'N BOWLERS .- Star 4-5-7. Conditioned Air 48 36 A DUCK PIN ODDITY

for the evening was Linda Sau- First Fla. Res. 45 39 I M.IN1ON) M.IKS. (.,MMn

chelU as she fired a 530198. Bowling Standings Sunshine Market 43 41 odi.liiv HI KIIIII stiirniii \\\'urrllJ'
I House Electric 42 42 Kosel.iml 1 Junior
7j: A Mary Jo Gibbs was up there recently in
with a 516-195, Betty Pauly CONTRACTORS PL Richards Roofing 40 44 (lutk I'm I\\ling I online HnbnttKrs '

Meltzer 483 Lil Moons Masonry 18 6 Allied Paving 37 47 rolled. ixmllv the HHIIK
492 Jeanne ,
Metalcraft 17.7, Win Turner 36 48 iorc .in the .Third ii.inif' UN in !tliisci '
Miller andJoWlckham476. .
: -I QUALIFIEDMAN Ethel Jones registered a 199 Boat Haven 16 8 Naples Police 33 51 mill H.IIIK
Hie il\iplUu 1 i I serves were
Firestone 14 10 Beach Cabinet 30 54
197 Ann
single Sandy Hackney Mh, M.7,1.4> mul 72 lor. a W1
13 11
Naples Supply
t"UIII1'u! ,h p.init; .
Daley Distributors 11 13 WOMEN'S CHURCH BB

:,- B & B Builders 11 13 Christian Pinheads 34 46
Stone Builders 10 14 Methodist 33 21 '
i /NI\V IIWEN. ( .urn. (AIMRobert
Conditioned Air 5 19!,I Dlablos M ,31-29 ,
J: ( "vI!! of
** !s .J .alt' '.0-' '; Alander & Spns 5 ''ii,,8 (h j 1 t Gutter Dusters-X281/2 311/2 ll.,"",, rvi'tntlv I *>cl tin ilnJ ..- .III'e'
l Mixed Christians 27 32
world duik Ixiwlinn record.
WOMEN'S CHURCH PL Question Marks 261/2 33122 He rolled ii ...tul) of 1,21' 111er.I1ICI

Christian Daffys 43 1/2 311 If.! .t.mdard. ) wits 1. I.1.r..llel1

H. MILTON LINK Emmanuel MEN'S CHURCH BB In \\.ill; IKrthoM ol KoUville.

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foot closet which also acts as on the plan and the wall cabinets only 71/2 feet high with screening Sunday, February 2, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY pEW: :rt ,
Home For Florida Living sound Insulation against the living are shown dotted. The above It. On the porch side
area. kitchen Is strategically located this 7 1/3 foot wall Is finished with stucco on the outside and Another way of hearing;i M
to serve both Indoor and out- In vertical redwood (see insulation and plaster on the house would be' a near:1$i m >
BY JAN REINERA cheerful, and arranged to fit seeThe 5.5 door dining. picture). Thus the screened roomsldej; all Interior pant (located In the utility clwet
homebuilding family *lth the Florida pattern of Indoor- 22 1/2-foot-wide front The 9 1/2 foot long kitchen The laundry tray (T), the porch can catch breezes from lions are wood frame and plastered which would provide air c.m
two or more children and a mod- outdoor living. room has six awning windows has two doorst a "poc washing machine (W) and the three sides. on both sides; ceilings fort on a year-round bails
est budget may have to settle This 1060 square foot masonry (with a strip of indirect light ket" door to the hall anda water heater (circle) are pla- (which follow the line of the Home No. 1060 180 waj
for a narrow lot 55 or 60 house No. lOt 0-160 meets above them), a coat closet (C). flush plywood door to the ced In a 7-foot closet accessible shed roof) are finished In designed by architect Ja
feet which poses some pro- these specifications. The liv- a serving window from the kitchen dining area. The three basic from the carport. The back- The exterior walls of this plaster and may contain elec- Reiner. 1000 52nd St. North
blems for the architect. and door the bed- tric coils for radiant heating. St. Petersburg 10, Fla.DON'T .
In ing-dining area faces the front a to fixtures (s.RRF) are marked wall of this utility closet (Is house are 8" concrete blocks
designing a 3-bedroom room hall. Along the window
the two larger bedrooms and the --
home for a nar ow lot, the taskis wall the ceiling Is about 9 feet t
carport face the back, and the
to provide maximum living third bedroom and the kitchenare high and It slopes down toward
space for the minimum build- the back of the house (see picture "
ing dollar and, at the same centered In this 24' x 40'house. ).
time, to assure a fair amount With a 9-foot-wlde mullion
of privacy from the next-door The 10 x 18 screened window and two 4-foot closets MISS HEARING
neighbor's lights and noises porch combines the house entrance (C), the master bedroom has
since their houses may be as with outdoor living and 10 feet ot Interrupted wall space
close as 15 feet. eating (see dining table dotted for the beds and another 9 feet
An economically designed back of the planter and adJa- of wall space forthecustomary
house means a square or rec- cent to the pass-through win- cabinets and chests. The second -
tangular plan back-to-back dow from kitchen). The front bedroom has one 4-foot- '
plumbing, minimum amount of door doubles as service door wide window a 4-foot closet JOE BLINCO ;
corridors, and a shed roof. At though there Is another door and a stack of built-in shelves ,
the same time the rooms shouldbe between the carport and the 24" wide. The third bedroom -
adequately sized, airy and bathroom. 9' x 9' in size, has a 506060 ,,



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highway bridge ha* been wired J
for sound in an experiment that (
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CARPORT of in estimated 28.000 bridges
yet to be built on the 41,000-
mile-long Interstate Highway
More than 100 electronic
sensors have been embedded in
C C C the experimental bridge to meas- i f4aMEN'S .
ure the stress and strains set SUNDAY
:5'd up by the thousands of trucks
: and automobiles that will roll
9x 9 a o over it. The Hillsboro, Tex,
T w bridge is a new design structured SERVICES
2 R----g- wholly of reinforced concrete. BREAKFAST7A.M.{ I I t fr ,
i Crucial to its success are high-
strength steel reinforcing bars '"
C rKITCHEN that sinew the concrete. a AT
Robert F. Daker, director of
research of the U.S. Bureau of F 11:00: A.M.
Public Roads, said that the high-

., LIVING DININC RM PORCH strength steel reinforcing bars AND
\ used in the bridge deliver greater "
N strength per pound or metal, SUNDAY
fi -, thereby reducing the amount of 7:30 P.M.
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- steel' required by 30 per cefit. r .. -, : I X. ..V VAll
He said if the experimental
224-- ( pC t D design proves successful, it will tt d !
enable the government to save
estimated 10 cent in bridge
an per
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construction throughout the SERVICES Churches i
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'Ir.. ,.,---:- T -: Naples during the week of February 2.7 preachingeach
-- I evening at 7 30 and 7 a.m Monday through I'

till'I'' The MULTIPLE LISTING Ings available in the offices Friday at the First, Methodist Church,
PLAN U used successfully In of all other MLS Brokers i

hundreds of cities throughMultiple listing helps the

i out the country, to the seller by assuring him that .:. ; JOIN IN AND HELP MAKE THIS
t 91 greater convenience of buyhis property will be shown :
j ers and sellers of real estate to the greatest number of ) '
I If'If'I .
I The success stories of potential buyers, through '
I ChristianExperience
MULTIPUE LISTING prove it the combined efforts of all i ii ,' ;
I'i ;N, to be the most effective sales staffs In all the offices ; I A GREAT WEEK IN

m.thod.f merchandising which have subscribed to
Real Estate this plan. II I Ii
Reverend Blinco is an ordained British Methodist, minister, whose 30 years experienceas t

I the buyer, for the need visit property is M.L.S., which I lit I'I'M '!' a preacher included service as a college/ staff, evangelist for eight years during
M:j only one office to be acquainted is synonymous with MORE ,,1,1'I I,
I with all the list. LISTINGS SOLDI I which he conducted series evangelistic services in most of the major British cities.

Ij of He held pastorates in churches in Manchester, Southampton and London before joining )

the Billy Graham Evangelistic Team as an associate evangelist In 1955. He now

.: f makes his home in Lauderdale' .by-the-Sea, Florida,

; Blinco has traveled Around the world. with the Billy Graham team, preaching to large

MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 1 t I audiences, debating philosophy with college and university students and professors,

;,i carrying the gospel to intellectuals as well as to the less learned. He has also
preached frequently on radio and television and conducts numerous evangelistic

meetings on his own initiative in addition to his work as a member of the Graham

,i team

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'having this information seeks. ,'; ,', ", ,By Ralph Dightop1? :Wfr! ;/ a.t: An extremely" painful'part of
,t to obtain c.reuI botanic identification current treatment the cutting
b .ure Associated Press Science Writes I I ti t"r away of charred tissue as it is
'r that al stu4j:r lItic\t rIIlIC"r r. out The shock 6f losing almost a .third, of tier akin was' c .o replaced by growth underneath.
with i the '
Then the investigators must Moaning in the 32-year-oldwodsn: ; victim of treatment Dr.' Gerow has found
find in what manner the agony?
: ire out
\ \'iwy" ul/,lIM ,,
u of silicon
Pais;>>::tw-Ir: Medic f JxxWf .nit\iI. plant M used by the natives aiM a kitchen stove explosion, muttered:; 'through> !\ clenchedteeth that a jet played
1"1"""Ire .M edah.. N/bcsua6 ,whether it Is the leaves that are against the skin through a noz-
: "Yes. I'll sign only help me. .
ale sloughs off the burned tissue -
nuke the ,
.* ground to teaj or ,
NEW DRUG She scrawled her name on t
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as effectively
roqt* bark, or cerd }Jt just -
DEVELOPMENT. is a laborious l and costly procf- waiver and thereby authorized sn 7 without pain.
VA RISKY BUSINESS dure to determine the active experiment that saved her. weeks legs, hips, chest handa and feet Dr. Gerow ssys three people
Tach new drug put -on the agent{ In a plant and its possible of excruciating p.in. perhapseven began on the 18th day In conventionally have been in the tank so far.
it is $J hazard of toxlclty or pdtson lived her life
masket estimated con treated burn cases, The burned woman was the first.
to$6 million in research and Similar careful research, Taken minutes later to a ape this cannot be started until) the Later a medical student volun-
deylopment. In 1962, a total of in often carried spanning out on potential many years drugs, .U dial room in Baylor Hoapital in fourth fifth or sixth week teered to apend 14 days in the
was spent Houston the was immersed to The woman's skin grafts bath for refinement of
th IJtarch for ethical drugs for from other sources before man- silicone
hurtfini A drug such as corti ufacture, licensing, promotionand the neck in a bathtub-like tank "took" quickly, she recovered procedures. The third was an
sofc is derived from animal finally use by the physicianin that was to be virtually an all and today her scars are clean elderly man whose severe burns
tiD6e, 'penicillin exists in treating liU patients can occur protective womb for the next 16 and smooth with little of the had become badly infected during -
microorganisms in soil, and the The: risk to pharmaceutical days. ridged and twitted tissue char.cterlllio conventional treatment. The
sulf*'' drugs were the result oflong companies is extremely high: Inside the tank was a new of extensive bums.Dr. \ silicone treatment helped but it
research with dyes anal I only I a'irittt! nf' out of 1000( new
"dry liquid" silicone compoundthat Frank Gerow, 34-year-old
ya was too late to save him.
chemicals synthesized becomes
other. thief compoundsA ,of since a marketable drug coated her burn against the plastic surgeon at Oeismger "After we have set up a dozenor
drugs ?-
source infection buoyedher Medical Center in Pa. ----T-;
earliest times has been plants air, prevented Danville so units around the country
unclothed .... __- .
The search for such new agent The Santa Fe Trailhad several unhandted body reported the case at a recent ''I-O; >< '' we'll be able to tell just how
is continuous; expedition t Irl starting points in Missouri almost weightless on a padded congress of the American Col TANK FULL OF SILICONE designed by Dr. Frank Gerow for victims of bad effective the system is in a wide
day are In the jungles of the Franklin, then Independence and rick. She could move without lege of Surgeons in San Fran burns coats the burns against air, prevents infection and speeds the time in range of cases," Dr. Gerow
world gathering plants for fear of rolling her weight on a Cisco.
Viestport It ran southwesterly bed which grafting can begin. A young man demonstrates position of a patient'sbody says, "but as of right now I'd
Jesting bum.never developed a lore. successful."
I it is completely
Kansas say
A typical incident in the across Once when removed for medical Not In General Use in the tank."I .

-JIB-- COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 2. 1964 examination of her burns, his treatment ia frankly experimental designed the silicone fluid either end of the journey. make any money but it will be Building Third Unit
she begged: "Put me back in the and requires much more worth the if it Two units are in operation
to have about the apecific gray "We haven't tried these thina.yetthey're cost saves one I
tank" testing before it will be madeavailable ity of water-enough to provide still in the thinking life." currently one at Danville and
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK That was the closest the hor to general practice. body support without making the stage but they may well be Probobly $500 per Patient the other at Houston, now movedto
ribly burned woman came to painIn Out, Dr. Gerow believes it Despite the Ben Tsub General Hospital. '
patient float he said in an In. worth exploring with this development coat
the entire 16 days a time not only offers new hope for bum terview. "But it certainly wouldbe modality." Dr. Gerow figures the treatment, An improved model destination t
\\n DUNBARS SRI J: when strong men similarly seared" victims it may have application possible to change the fluid eventually will have a substantially ,1 undecided is being fabricated
ti have pleaded "Let me die, as through a unique system of so the subject: would be com- Experiment with Silicon lower price tag than cur A unit consists of four big
f. Rebuilt Paymaster they waited for chirred skin to patient-temperature control, in pletely weightless and that un- Dr. Gerow first became famil rent methods cylinders filled with diatomaceous
slough off so trifling could the infant science of anesthesia affected by acceleration iar with the properties of sill- "We expect the unit will runaround I earth to filter out germs and
Check Protector $25.00 vpVRT begin. through freezing. "And the fact that the silicone cones in developing as an intern 2,000.." he says,, water two cylinders filled with
BUSINESS MACHINES SALES. REPAIRS "She took only three aipirins Looking far down the road Dr. is bacterio-static-will not in Houston, a plastic restoration "plus another $3,000 for the ISC I I carbon to remove odors, a ..taint -
Wr AND RENTALS FREE, PROMPT during the entire period," says Gerow says he also is studying support the growth of bacteria for breaats after surgery. Later gallons of silicone in the tank t: less steel link equipped with
DELIVERY SERVICE her physician "and that waa for possible use of sil'cone-filled! could offer a way of delivering in hunting a better fluid in whichto and filter aystem."Because exercise. bus to off.,' the weaki -
7M ftlh Ave "$n. MI 2-20S headache" tanks to cushion space travelers astronauts to other planets and support bum victims-water the silicone can bused e=i ing effects of inactivity in sn
Even more significant is the against the stress of acceleration bringing them back with no danger shrivels tissue and encourages over and over again by reprocessing almost weightless environment
fact that grafting of skin on her during rocket blast-off. of germ contamination at bacteria grdwth he thought it after each patient,,i and a temperature control panel.
1 again of silicones. the unit probably would amortize "The temperature of the
He ordered compound- specifically itself at about SSOO( per patient,,. liquid must be kept constant
di-methyl polysiloxane And its simplicity means ther I i between 87 and 88 degrees
an oily feeling almost colorless will be much less handling ol f f Fahrenheit" says Dr. Cerow.
substance sometimes used as a the patient changing of bandages "Above that the patient perspires -
lubricant-mixed to his specifications and so forth so hospital I 1 increasing our filtration
i and began experiment staff requirements will be re requirement. Below that, he
ing with pigs. duced." feels chilled."

Then he ran into trouble
The silicone fluid was "dry"in -

that It contained no germ- JG"JG< rectrlea/ S ewice
feeding water-to start with
but it soon picked up water and INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
other contaminants from body

wastes. Phi MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St., Naples, Fla.|
The fluid would have to be
circulated and filtered.
Dr. Oerow tried several medical
supply houses and was told
"It can't bs done." Finally he ,
appealed to a swimming pool
to the highest residential equipment dealer who relayed
the request to the company'sheadquarters
Buj.GjpteM.GoCg.Zoned of Collier County in El Monte Calif.

There it went to the desk of If You Are A Qualified Voter, Don't Forget To

Right For Florida Living William 0. Baker, who as president Turn Up At The Polls On Tuesday. But WhetherYou
(la.I' "' lMu.r .......: of Swimquip Inc., supervises Entitled To Cast Your Ballot
UAQ. UI7'1MUI"'t\.U.l.r. and near to everything you desire a continuing research in are A Citizen
circulation and filtration for Or A Visitor Who May Someday Become A Voter

swimming pools and industrial Here You Can't Do Better For Your Future Than

", plants. To Elect One Of The Fin. Homes, Homesites; Or, ,

eeoo1lrD OV "I mine remembered suffer through seeing two a cousinof yearsin Other Properties.is Offered l By Ad 1 Miller 'AssocUnmates "

I the hospital getting over a Naples Most Progressive Realty Firm.
bad bum, Baker recalls. "I
It wasn't ss easy as Baker situated among buutlrullyland.uped grounds on Third
first thought The liquid had to Street North. Though In the heart of town, the setting

Distinctively Now Concept of Modern; Country Club Living be earth piped to through filter out diatomaceous water and offers unusual peace and privacy Main house of striking
white brkk contains two bedrooms two one
bacteria down to .2 of a micron
half baths, pine paneled livingroom with fireplace
r and through carbon for re*
and large porch.1 Guest house is furnished and rugs
moval of odors By the time this
was worked out, he faced another and drapes of main house are Included In the purchase

problem: the silicone fluid, much price of 30000.
like penetrating oil, leaked
through threaded pipe joints
The answer was welded tubing uniquely shaped and beautifully landscaped lot onSpringlme
Drive Of brick and clapboard construction,
After two years of researchon
N Dr. Gerow's project Baker the house has two bedrooms, three full baths, living

today says "I think we've got room paneled den dining- room kitchen, Florida room
it whipped. There will be im- and porch Among other features are wall-te-wall carpeting
piovements as we go along but and a central sir conditioner and heater. $33,250
the Houston case proves the Including a mortgage of $21,400 Shown by appoint.
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system works merit
To Baker,a wealthy industrial
3 t ? tons ? j err p., f I.t. the project has been an ex* IN THE BEACH AREA on First Avenue, South

/ e set Oas'r n o n {v r pensive philanthropy. "I'm you'll find this advantageously situated three bedroom
Y 1 1 about S200,000 out of pocket: so
N oav A two bath home It also offers a large living room,
r u r u ri casts uoues fa MS O 'k far," he Bays, ".nd it will be
1 w a y n Florida room well equipped kitchen and two ear car
another or so before we
aPec t sy 1. could go year into commercial pro port. Centrally heated and air conditioned Priced at

duction of the units. It may never $25,000 it can be obtained for a relatively small down-
payment. Shown by appointment.

Oklahoma City Lincoln Park Zoo
will experiment on increasingthe
length of the tails of some A LARGE LANDSCAPED LOT on West
of its peacocks Lake Drive stands this furnished two bedroom home
beautiful Country dub b already built and In play Dr. Warren Thomas, zoo with living room and dining area Florida room and

especially designed for the area of pines aDd cypreta. director said the plan grew out electric kitchen. TV and magnavox are included Zoned
of a casual conversation with Dr. multifamily the lot Is large enough to accommodate
A Individual lockeR, showers and a Pro Shop which can of
Allen Stanley professor several Income
producing rental units behind the house.
supply you with electric or pull cam, await your physiology st the University of

pleasure The championship golf course b 6.690 yards Oklahoma Medical School here. GET IN THE SWIM OF THINGS. You'll find

/ 1# lonf. A small restaurant in the Club House serves light hormonal Stanley alterations has experimented in chickens with this easy to do at an attractive unusually spacious
residence on Morning-aide Drive, for It boasts
4 meals and snacks. There U also a delightful\ bar overlooking and said Japanese longtailedfowl a new
IS 30 foot fe. d.I.
by << swimmingpool with diving
the lushly landscaped tees and fairways of the I are production produced by st suppressingthyroid a certain board. As for the house Itself there are three bed-

course. A country club type swimming pool is being stags of development. roomy two baths, a sizable living room, dining room,
d added to this ultra modern recreation center. Thomas said: "It maynot work electric kitchen den and a large screened porch. Acoustic
at all The Japanese long tails ceilings throughout. Not the least of Its attractionsis
Designed for the golfer, Big Cypress Coif and Country Club are chickens Peacocks are the price of $18,7H.

Estates will/ offer over 300 hornfsites and a limited amountis related to the pheasant family",
being placed on the market this season. Roads arc paved, LARGE PORT ROYAL LOT on Galleon Driveat
Spyglass' Las, backing on Runaway Bay. IZI.*..
excellent water has been piped to your lot line homes are
iw and the owner will consider" an exchange. The
NAPLES price '
about to be built homesites are available. Secure your '
4.l/ home ate NOW. Includes plans for a three bedroom, two bath! house :.:.
1 Homesite on Mooring Line Drive' near Hawser _

BUSINESS Lane 114 by 141 feet. $8.00 Beautiful comer
Big Cypress Golf and Country Club Estates waterfront lot on Fifth Street, South Aqualane Shores.

Seawall included $10.000. terms' Several large
Department D' Priori MI 2.6692 SERVICE choice lots in pine Ridge, reasonably priced Lovely
tot at Crayton Road and Orchid Drive in Coquina

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Council AgendaThe dations re Peter Zornlk appll Bay of Naples by Mrs. Mar. ter Bays Type: Business Sunday February 2, 1.64 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5*. y
Library Consultant Zone "O"
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cation. guerlte Booth. in coring with 14. final, scon
r f. Review Zoning and Planning c. Correspondence. Multiple Dwelling
Recreation was the Knight 44, flyer ,WIn
Council Board recommendation resigns 6. f Oyster Bay 1
agenda for Wed. Reports K the second game, tt 'wcv
NotesBY nesday, Feb. 5: (Zoning and Planning a. Report from H.B.Watkins, 3. Application from R. about the same story A full court-
I. Call Board minutes Jan. 7 1964. Jr. validation Smith K.R.Smith Book.
to Order. on hearing re press baffled the offense, and
E EMfn 2. Invocation. Council minutes Jan. 8, 1964. Everglades toll road.b. keeping Service, for a city caused erratic passes which r*"
T. THORWARDFor rr 3 Reading of minutes of previous g. Public hearing (lOr 00 a.m.) Zoning Board of Appeals: license (Home Occupation) Activity suited la points for the Hornet*' J I
at 89013th. St. North
the first time in five meetings to hear complaints or objections 1. Appeal No. 107 from Im. ; Type: The scoring was a little more '
years, the Collier County pu. 4 Old business to the following amend pertal Florida 011 Companyat Bookkeeping; Zone "E" Sin. By Ron McCune balanced: in this one, with four

blic Library Bookmobile has: su a. Consider bids and receive merits to the Zoning Ordinance 26th Ave. N. and Tamtam gle 4. Request Family from District.City Council TWO lopsided scores ended the players figuring In the scoring..
fered a major breakdown. report of committee on con. of the City of Naples,Florida Trail ref variance for two four.way tie in the boys basket High point man for the Horn eta1'
A> nearly as this nou.mechanlc struction of recreation build 1. Re.zonlng Block C, Lake ((2)) wall signs "H" Motel (1 Council. minutes of Jan. IS, ball league Wednesday afternoon.The was Donovan wlthlJ.yinalscore-
1964)) Designate which Is
was able to follow the technical Ing. Park Subdivision, City of District. the front and Red Knights,with Scott Black Hornets 34i| Blues 9. Wednesday
of Gulf
explanation, failure of a babbit b. Presentation of plot plan Naples, Fla. Lots 10 through c. Zoning and Planning Board; front rear suppblng the big punch,were Just scheme will find the Reds v.
bearing supporting the drive shaft for porposed building on pro. 19 Inclusive excepting the 1. .Application No. 61 fromW. 7. Adjourn.property. too much for the game orangeFlyers. Blues and Hornets vs flyer
caused distortion of perty of Denton Woodward. East 50 feet thereof, from A. Loach Jr. re re-ron. :
tho drive NOTE: at 12:00 noon votes are Black scored 19 points, ECONOMY ERA
shaft, putting- undue strain on the c. Resolution No. 1044 con. "E" Single Family Districtto Ing of Lots 1,2,3,4,41, Block most of which came from steal. -
"H" Motel District. 17 Tier 8 Seaboard canvassed and results of elec. STILLWATER. Mmn. (AP) -
engine which resulted In a blown firming re-zoning of Unit No. Replat, tlon Ing the ball. '
piston | What's a blown 3, Block 2, The Moorings, 2. Vacation of certain alley from "F" Multl.FamilyDl proclalmedImmediatelyfoly > Bad and *hen a prisoner wu rclet#$
piston? passes Interceptionskept
Anyway, It Is hoped the book.mobile Lots 13, 14, 15 t 10, previously running North and South with trlct to "J" Business Dls. lowing cllmtn, shall elected be major and coun. the Flyers from getting too from the Minnesota Penitentiaryafter .
will be back approved at public In Block C, Lake Park Sub. trict. sworn in. close to the 31 years behind the walU.i:,
on the road Knights' end of the
division between 10th and 2. his tint comment was:IOUey 101M.
next Tuesday, hearing. Application from, B. D. A tungiten-catbide tool can floor. Coupled with the full court
d. Redrafted Ordinance No. 12th Ave. N. Voegelln, d-b-a General it the cars, they look like they
The bookmobile, we surmise incite a groove in bronze 21 press put on by the Knights, the
has been missed. It Is a not, 1046 for Council approval. 5 New business Business Services for a city miles long before It need aharp- outcome was apparent after the were made for midgets"His l I..tlook
sea walls and a. Parking meters.b. license (Home Occupation) : was in 19)2. when cars bad'
unromatlc successor to the bare. enint; a diamond will make a cut first three minutes.
e. Review Council recommen. Application for seawall on at 1506 Blue Point Ave. Oys. JO-inch wheel and room enough,
foot mailman, the Seminole dug. ( 1,:OOmiles long Gratton was right behind Black inside for a lop hat_ ..
outs, the walking crane and other 'ii. .
famed and fabled traversers of
the Everglades.

This writer had the pleasureand
adventure of piloting the
bookmobile for a few weeks last ,'t}i'

summer. Even the names of the .. !.;;. ... A
communities It visits are exciu
Ing. Immokalee and Everglades / fi*

4 are regular stops each Tuesdayand t.

Thursday. Wednesdays are '"
, spent in out of the way cornersof ; I
the TRIM T It EAT Bright .
county, alternately divided .
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between such places as Cork. orange, brown and beige '. I 1M'y Mal .q6 'I" "J ,
crew Sanctuary, Ochopee, Lee. coat Is trimmed with mink. I'

Cypress, Copeland, Chokoloskee Its Paris designer also .
Island t V '" ''*. ..' .. } .
and Marco, Coodland, << .., 'T' -, J ""t. 't
dropped the hemline of the .
Tommy Barfield t '
School, palm .: ,
Hammock and Isles of Capri. matching t I dress to calf I )

Regualr scheduled stops are level. Outfit is completedby ..... '1': .1 ( ,'/I'k,,':>."I \\ r4 ,\. ,, 0.:
made at each of the foregoing, matching boots, made '?'t.\ '
and telephones fj
ringing when
with the coat fabric.
there Is a schedule mix-up, as \!>>II!
happened on one of our ; ,'- VI,
runs. That's how we know CurrentBest \ :: ,.. :

the bookmobile has been missed! ,.,..' "M ..' p' -
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HIGHLIGHTS : by PubUthrr.' weekly: .. ... 1
Highlights of the route as we THE CROUP 1,.. 'W .. ., ',,, t
remember It were the old time SHOES OF McCarthyTHE THE ,\ ,' ;1' ,tt ?.*!. ,' : .If'\ .: : '!'IIj.: .I/" n. ;.' ''I .

steam-engines at Lee Cypress FISHERMAN, Weal :.!It ,, ,I ., ):/ttfM'

looking painted, polished and THE VENETIAN AFFAIR, I 4 fY t '
ready to go, the country's amal. Ma lest post office Ochopee,which Michener w
Isn't there and the
anymore, THE HAT ON THE BED,
long drive over the narrow cause O'Hara ':'1'"
way to Chokoloskee Island where '
time seems to have stood still NONFICTION '.

for 50 years. PROFILES IN COURAGE .' ,
Year in and year out the book.. Kennedy
mobile has met its schedule re. MANDATE FOR CHANCE

gularly despite storms, floods, Eitenhewer .
and minor accidents. We, muchto RASCAL. North
our chagrin, hit a tree just JFK THE MAN AND t
" 10 minutes before ending our THE MYTH, Lotky
stint as a bookmobile operator, SECURITY IS A THUMB
for our only mishap. our con AND. BLANKET, Schuli This Space Reserved
I solation was that we struck said r
tree on a spot eight feet high
and two feet over the curb line Zoning AgendaThe
into Third Street Naples,which
is not where we normally expectto Zoning and Planning Board
encounter a tree. will meet at 9 a.m., February For Announcement .0
Thirty five thousand books 4, to consider the following age .
were circulated from the book. da:
mobile in the past year, whichis 1. APPLICATION NO. 61(
quite 'a sizeable 'activity con. FROM W.' A. Loach, Jr. RE .
0-e.zaiMe JUots J,2 3.4,&5p Block I I. :' i tr,. ;< ... ... ....
si erin 'jh.&wo tgMs4 l ov 8&b5ard ,." : ::wit; ; ::;rnInd -. f
17 Tlef From Of The Of"
crowd its shelves toover owing. Replat, Opening 'I
Yes, friends, your bookmobilewill "F" MultUFamlly! District, to
soon be on the road again. "J" Business District (3rd Ave. j
Greet it warmly, for in years to nue South and 8th Street)
come it too will be a cherished 2. APPLICATION FROM B.
memory of Collier county's D. Voegelln, d-Ua General Bus!V
youth, when branch llbarles take ness Services. FORt City license
over its services in collier (Home Occupation), 1506 Blue
County's growing communities, Point Avenue,Oyster Bay.TYPE: y
as has already occurred to Business consultant. ZONE Village Green
Miami's bookmobile in Dade Home occupations permitted in
County. "G" Multiple Family District ,
R. Smith, d-b.a K. R.SmithBook.
keeping Service. Fort City LU
cnese (Home Occupation). Address
"Chemical Abstracts," publication : 890 13 th Street, North The Newest
since 1907 of the American Typos Bookkeeping. Zone Home City's

Chemical Society's Chemical Abstracts Occupations permitted Ui "E"
Single Family District
Service which summarIzes
4. Request from City Council I }
new Information on chemical (Council minutes of January 15, I, Contribution To Cooperative living

subjects, recently published Its 1964)). designate which is
',OOOOOOth digest of a report on the front and rear of Gulf front '

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i troll. company here. of their suspicions. Very ,

;' : Chic, personable, and know. often, says Miss X, the saleslady ,
A/Counter/' Spy t ,? ledgeable about nearly all as. owes her popularity to huge, Teens Cheer Steak Corn Boo SpinachBy

pacts of retailing, these lady unauthorized discounts. ,
m o a e i s' figures and Mary
By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON, agents specialize: In ferreting Their collusion with the customers Eugene Gilbert
I AP Nettftfeotures Writer : out personnel who In one way or Is easily accomplishedby President Gilbert Youth Tlmmins, 18, of Mitchell, S".D,

NEW YORK (AP)-for all you.know the peasant sales clerk whc, another pocket the store's pro- remarking or switching sales Reicarch, Inc said "I'm trying to keep In good
helped select( the exactly shade of to match tags, The clerk shape for my boyfriend.
you right gloves your fits.The profits by her Young people also call it spinach
Butt Is a counter spy. Some of he clerks! are. length of time on a Job commission and the stores lose and sax to heck with It. SUCCESS OR FAILURE?

She is not watching you, though. The department store detectlvei, varies from i few days \o several plenty. A fresh survey of American Most of those on diets expectto

art probably doing that', months. The cases rover Unfortunately, Miss X and the voting people from coast to roast succeed, but a surprisinglylarge

She may: he addln gwagainst evidence everything from the petty pilfer- others In her unique occupation ihnws that their favorite foods run number-18 per cent-are

a slippery fingered coworker wear with whom she flirts out sing of a part-time emploje to become extremely fond of some from soup to nuts, but that spin J '1t __ pessimistic about their chances.

with whom she lunches rageomly the grand larceny of the presii of the people they are paid to spy ach definitely is not one of f hem. -- Those who felt they would fail

I dally In the employe cafeteria.Or For she, with the fake narni. dent's grandson upon. Indeed, ratting on the buyer The average teen chooses a -- indicated they were bothered bya

she may squeal soon on and the phony background, l It oni e Although the teen-age crowd boyfriend has wrecked some meal of steak, corn, potatoesand lack of will power "After
the handsome buyer In Infants- of dozens of undercover opera.works cheaper, says tall, thape- potentially beautiful
romances. apple pie, cortran to popular starving a I eat twice as

. 6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 2, 1964 ly blonde stickler Miss than X,their their seasoned fingersare "That's the really heartbreaking belief that he susblsts on much," said Andy Marks 16,
part of this Job" says Miss pizza and malted milks. ; of Washington, D.C.

C o d-and-detective-fearlng sen X, heaving a sigh "But our Our survey of 1385(: young people : Others said they were made of
PROVENA Lora Their thefts are minor at loyalty belongs to the store." discloses that a substantial sterner stuff Sue Stelnfort 18,
first but they quickly Into -
Successful Business Man grow -y number-48 per cent-take of Camp Hill, Pa., said she would
alarming and expensive proportions Water that is at a hard rolling health factors Into consideration, ent rated It first-and cherrywon boil cooks foods no fatter than
EQUALSA count- water that is at a slow even boil. and 3!6' per .'ent pick| their foods the girls' highest approval. of the girls are trying to shed really put my mind to It."
Nor charming
are while watching their | 'excess poundage but only 57 percent When asked if there was ;
No matter how much heat is applied w.lrht M\KF THE IKS CHOCOLATE; any
Successful Council Man dazzledby I
ter spies particularly once water .la at the boiling Although many foods are listedas Chocolate rake Is tne favorite of the bovs think they are food they disliked that their

Vote For George; Reardon success. To the contrary the point it can go no higher in favorites, certalndlshes stand of nine per cent of those interviewed too heavy: mothers thought they should eat, '

1 1I (P.ld Politic! Adv.r1Um.n() clerk with unswerving customer temperature. out. and strawberry shortcake More than half of !those trying 57 per cent of the young people

I i I ------ Beef Is the number one meat, comes next. Teen agers seem to..::o lose weight said they were said yes. The vegetable most often .

. -- with 70 per cent of the teens like almost any kind of Ice cream using exercise but 43 per cent disliked but eaten was spin

ndlcated,, they were on diets. ach. Fifteen per cent said their
I although hot fudge sundaes hold
Several of the boys were trying mothers thought they should have
the lead by a slight margin.
t o gain weight in order to bebetter .some spinach. Liver was another
Breakfast foods didn't fare too
1J tt WaJt prepared for sports. Ralph ;:food that mothers seemed to
well In the survey, Thirty-four
Mayer j 15, of Oklahoma City, :favor. Eighteen per cent of the
per cent of the young people said
Okla., summed up their feeling 1 group said they had to eat this
they had toast for breakfast and.
laying he wanted to gain In order food despite their dislike.
29 per cent ate eggs A slgnlflj j
"to" go out for football next year."
YOU CAN AFFORD IT NOW! cant proportion per cent- The girls were more interestedn
indicated they ate nothing for RecreationCalendar
I appearance than althletlcs.
breakfast ,Several; indicated they want"ed'is

I { SPRfNG AfR. equally NUTRITIONAL teen divided agers INFLUENCEThe as to are whether about 1:00 pjn.MONDAY. Senior Citizens

health factors are an Influence on meeting Woman's Club.
their choice of foods. The girls 200 p.m. Senior Citizens
\ shuffleboard courts.
\ pay more attention to nutritionthat
4:00 p.m. Beginner tennis
the boys FIftv-flve per cent
White Star of the girls take health factors -= : l lby -1y class. Gambler Park
Into account when choosing their I TUESDAY>
Capt. Fred Lowton Director
food, while only 40 per cent of 9JO a.m. Senior Citizens
Marine Safety Raytheon
the boys are worried about nutri & America' Cup chorus practice Woman's Club.
Foam Rubber Mattress Company 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
naming steaks, roasts and ham. tion.Allen championship tailing master bowling Brookside Bowl.
burgers. Pork chops follow next, Becker 15, of Wilmette, 4:00 p.m. Advanced tenols
and Matching Box Springs then ham. HI,, said he did not think about class Gambler Park.
Corn and potatoes rank first health when choslng food and 7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class

and second In the vegetable field. added, "I Just eat when I want Cambler Park.
Those least favored by teenagers and I hope the health will take of
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rich 100% Pure Latex 1:00: p.m. Senior Citizens, '
.' chokes.In Susan Dralzln, 18, of Roslyn, shuffleboard courts.
Rubber Sanitized for
the dessert field pies took N,Y. is more worried about nutrition 4:00 p.m. Boys' basketball-
Hygenic Freshness first place followed closely by She said she tried to eat Gambler Park: Red vs Dlue;

cake and Ice cream, Thirty-five Orange vs Green.
Exclusive Quilted properly because "vitamin deficiency
Cover per cent of those Interviewed can cause Illness." THURSDAY

favored some kind of pie, with of the .
Many teenagers thinking WUA SMALL vote /v 4:00 p.m. Intermediate ten.
e Cool Sleeping boys and girls fairly evenly dlvld- about weight when choosing foods nls class Gambler Park.FRIDAY .
Surface t : ed. Apple and cherry pie share are trying to slim down. Almostthreequarters ;
y r J l first place honors with six per o f those o n 1 OLAW AUACN t.ANYAKt
Qdor.Uss .nd WrVWHS 0:30: am. Adult tennis class.
r/.w .centxramlnj each of these as diets, are trying to 109 weightI > Cambler Park. """ | I
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For 1964 Match Hats Weight Loser i__ i s a kF Sunday. February 2, 164 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B J

Dr. Christie Zimmerman
t Rev. Hanson 19
Iairdos Still Ends throughout two of the district.
Up ra91.NUANY r Years In Mission of the Florida Synod, Lutheran
Feature Simplicity Church In America. The publicIs
In The Pig PenA d Field, Talks HereThe Invited to this service.Aguinaldo .

[Youth Service new twist developed In crown sw..11 \1 Rev. Anders B. Hanson 94
1 the Jaunty,chipper hats tha t Ing the monthly queenMondayev. will speak and show pictures of ,
[he hat ban of your favor) enlng at the Cheerful Losers Club a a 4 s. v e of his missionary work in Em. Rests Well After
) manuel Lutheran Church on Wed.
when the the most ff
lit are afraid that lady losing C to Ita isi se isI.
In hairdo wearing oni weight for the month.9i' pounds. t* Ie mo atmr as nesday at 7:43 p.m. Heart Attacks .
your ? Pastor Hanson was born In 10.
was crowned while sitting in the"Pig as e as ae mmFLORIDA'S ae e MANILA (AF)-Gen. Emlllo
tt IIn't 10,this 1964, because Pen". This elite section Is kungshan, Honan, China, was or. Aguinaldo 94
Philippine revo.
dalned In 1944, and has servedon s
|tyllsu have long since dii' r for members who have gained lutlonary leader, was reported
the mission Held for 19 years
the too-high bouffant hairdor weight during the week, and the under the former Augustan Lu. resting well today after suffer.
of a more natural, timpUnfinltely queen did just this, added pound g theran Church. He was In China Ing the latest In a series of
and a half, yet lost enough weight f .
becoming to all teen the previous three weeks to cop e''f 9 years, being there when the heart attacks.Aguinaldo
was stricken
Communist armies
Wednesday at Veterans Memarial
drove out the missionaries. He
scan with a basically lnv The weekly winner, having sat was chaplain for a short timeto Hospital, where he has been \
in this torture chamber
same -
le Its transform confined much of the time dur.
possible to President Chiang Kalshek In
last week, lost SVt pounds, and
Ing the last four years.BONN j
three other variations,to ac wasnt any prouder than the rest Taiwan (formerly Formosa and .
ny brimmed hats, brctons, of the members were for her has served the last 10 years In Oermany (AP)-Official
gh-crowned: models. f since she had hit a plateau and Taiwan, along with many other figures published by theo

the basic style,the hair Is cuta BASIC unparted hair style rides Hill under a wool twetd beret with pompom lost dieting weight and only exercise.through diligent This r 3's Interesting. An offering missionary will be experlerwces. receivedfor I i that West of German the total government population of show 56
length, six the work of world missions, ]
trim, member froquently walks 50 ''million' 31 per cent are Protestant
long, with the front and sides blocks In one day. This meeting Is part of an and 44 per cent Roman
bit longer than the back. The Just for fun, the Cheerful itinerary by Pastor Hanson and Catholic.
curved gently under at the Losers decided to see what each
ieft unparted, and the effect offg member looked like before she
dieted by wearing the original .
Is achieved the j jI
by angling
dress worn when joining the club --
cross the temple. I and by bringing "before" and TAe Agency With Pcraeiul 5ervk --'r
WEEKI WACHEE underwater
Ira this head misappropriate "after" pictures.
|mpui wear with knit stocking Said Publicist Norma Allen\ of the month is Mermaid Bonnie Georgiadis, shown I
tam-o'ihanterotherversloni "I'm sure dress designers would swimming in the crystal waters of the famed tourist
have cringed at the sight as
: made. Tbeendscan flipped Cheerful Losers paraded In their attraction. How the calendar got into the water no- A dependable agency, respoes.

a more sophisticated look;orbed much.too4arge dresses, resembling body explained. IbU family for, home protecting and you business, JOUI'

back over the ears, then night gowns, and tents. Several filnit every insurable threat
I forward,or paned In thecen. members have shed 50 Service Station of 1 lose through a planned program .
knd slightly elevated at the pounds or more and the meeting Appeals AgendaThe of protection guaranteed
li soon took the air of a costume companies of unquwtionad
i M1 on Tends by
li,for a bit of height, ills I J party." Zoning Board of Appealswill Operator niuncltlMOST! strength.
SWIMMINGTCAGOAPA The Club president will be leav. meet at 2 p.m. February 3, Baby For MotoristDENVER
to consider the following agenda
.... tug Naples next week, as her 23
Grand Rap. '-'- husband has been transferred L Appeal No. 107 FROM: (AP) After
Mich., family has been FUP up the ends of your hairdo, suggest a small side part, and you're said M rs.Allen."We will all miss, Imperial Florida Oil Company. years as a service station operator
sd "Swlmmlnj Pool Familye Ideally suited for this off.the,face profile hat. her. We extend our thanks for ADDRESS 26th Avenue North and Dune McCormick was sur.
( Year" for 1963 her leadership and encourage Tamlami Trail HE Variance for prised Friday with one motor. mlillClIIIICl, lie.GfC .
The Lang family had the first so many people about the Joysof ment, and wish her well\ In her two (2) wall signs (each 136 ist's request. A young woman,
family of Dr. Ramon B. afternoon
the _
{ pool In their block. It was built pool ownership that there are new home." square feet in size). joltehuntlng for
Ie his wife*and three children --- REMARKS Permit denied by asked McCormlck to care for 151 Seh. Assess ...
three years ago. now four more pools In the same three-month-olJ ,..... 2.9141Naples.
by a committee of Metz, France, has renamed its building official as signs exceed her son. .
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/ 8ft COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday February 2, 1964 SPECIALIZED JOB the devotions. Tbe meetlAg tai|
Restaurateurs Should Learn To Spell .'" opento the public A &abf litter':

t Local Garden concoctions," a Garden Club TULSA Okla. CAP) AaTulaa's Women To Have wtU be,provided In tMn, f Mari.:
only custom industrial h ,
spokesman Garden Club laid members should glassblower, Walter Jenkins By CECILY BROWNSTONE Mission ProgramA Because of its high stability\
Club To Hold Associate Prett Food Editor ,
bends, and I and resistance to radioactivity
take note of the following events twists, pulls pushes "AliaRe1icSona"
blows glass into an endless stray Wfc ARe or anlzinIITh., Society program featuring helium is being considered as a
Herb LuncheonNaples February 18, 2 p.m., Woman's at
1 1Go J will, be presented
Club: Mrs. Ruth E.KlItnernoted of flasks condensers and I for the Propagation of Correct .coolant for nuclear reactors.
Garden Club's herb
2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon"rebrua.ry
I Culinary Term Anyone who
luncheon will be held at noon author and flower arranger, will columns for laboratory uae. 5 the Woman' -
wishes to further ita interest I by
Tuesday and not on Wednesdayas lecture on "Flower Arrange when he isn't busy producinl.rlou' will be welcomed.Our I j ) Association of the First Pits
merits for Today's Living.'' Do. sites, shapes and types
previously announced. first challenge 11 directed 1 byerlan Church of Naples.Miss .
b Mrs. F, C. McIntosh will be nation $1.10.March of glass used In research work' r
to the restaurateur who, in the 1t Lillian Blssell,chairmanof
r the hostess for this event, Mem 7t Ninth annual flower the 39- ..r-old man pursues his Education, will
zeal for hat t Missionary
foreign that sum
I ben will gather at noon with ihow. hobby making glaaa novelties, cookery Dressed ::1 .ion fvH r .siJ
I Introduce the
I seized this county, offer dishes program. ,
March 21 Home and such aa figures vases and animal M'
: garden
their vaHousherbdlsr.es"ready I In the costume of the religion
a: from abroad and then do not Silver Kineqr :
to taste and discuss and exotic tour. *
1 bother to spell correctly the typical to the country they represent j Dwkisl.
namea of these foods on menua.. will bet Mrs. Albert Crane, ( Have !
i Here fa s sampling of the misspelled ./ I Hinduism; ..ra.Howard Cottman, .MODERN SAFE CRU&A FAS
Tropical Beauty terms that we have come juddhlsm Mrs. Robert Coe, Is. FISHIN e
I. upon. If you happen on others, I ami) Mts. John Stump, An. or Mt
\ t aend them to us and you will be S lmismf Mrs. William pancoast, 1412.2157 Cecil 2.594,
I Capt.
come a charter member of our I Indian Cnrlstlaru _'
society. Mrs. candler Brooks will give .0: -.
MISSPELLED. Lln,rnherrv
The word la spelled liAnb'rry
with one "o" and one 'e". c'u. 1<
Aa far aa we know, lingonber- 4Nete """ ."
dies are not grown in the United' *ktc
Stales, but are Imported u.u.l.Iy .
in!preserved form from Scandinavian rTesen'ts.:
countries. Preserved

lingonberriea make a delightful MISSPELLED: TAKOS.: The has this base seasoned with
accompaniment to small) thin pan word is spelled locos. shallots, tsrragon, chervil,
cakes in this form
; they're often
The dish consists of tortillas thyme bay leaf, vinegar while
offered for deaaert I
at of
many our that are filled rolled fried and wine, lilt and pepper.MISSPELLED .
usually accompanied by a sauce : APERTIFS. Ata
and garnish. The main ingredient fabulously good restaurant in
ANGO.Thewordiaapelled Morngc'of the filling is often chicken Stowe Vt., we came upon that
According to culinary historians beef or cheese. Elena misspelled word the of
Zelayeta on cover
This (why landscaped threo bedroom, two bath homo comet with refrlgorator > this sauteed chicken dish that sage of Mexican cookery, a beverage menu. The word Is

stove, washer, dryer and many other oxtrat. Newly docoratoJ of waa the first battle concocted of Marengo at in the Northern time gives more than a dozen versionsof spelled operitif, with two Vs," wr
Imlde and out. At the now matter of this homo you, can enjoy a relaxoel Italy when Napoleon routed tacos in her fine book, and we like Debater's definition
"Elena's Secrets of Mexican of it: "A little alcoholic liquor r--
I ttfo In a tropical I paradise the Austrian Army. Epicurea Cooking" (Prentice-Halt). taken before a meal to stimulatethe ..... .
sometimes quibble over the exact MISSPELLED: BERNAISE appetite; hence an appe "#.r** 0'**.-',,,#,!-". ,.
i SELECTED LOTS moment of the dish's oriin.1prep.r.tion.
Sands and The All of Was It before, during SAUCE. The word Is spelled tizer. .....t.ilu _,,
In Port Royal, Aqualano Shores, Coquina Moorings Beornolse. Do you notice that word little? i "i-" ; ;;
or after the battle? This hairsplitting
these lots are exceptional val"... Each lot Is, In our opinion, priced very may well be ignoredand This sauce has been calledone MISSPELLED: RESTAURAU- VENETIAN VILLA MOTELThis
of the best in French classic TEUR Just "u's" in
two please
reasonable from $4,800 In Coquina to $12,000 in Port Royal. If you are attention paid to composing, Some
cookery. culmarians
j restaurateur attractive 10 Unit Motel la heated tae
the food in classic: ruhlon.Eacorfier' .
for a nice lot call us for an appointment that it originated In Bearn
looking<< say ,
Marengo Sauce for Tarn lam I Trail North between Naples' and the pro-
France, hence the two In
the sauteed chicken includes the spelling. Jaycees PreparedFor posed Fort Lauderdale te Naples Eiprewway. Ei

WESLEY G. DOWNING REALTOR white wine, tomatoes, mush Beams'se Sauce is useJ for Drive To Get tallest terms can be arranged for reaponaible buyer.A .
rooms truffles and garlic.: American
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i grilled or sauteed meat and for very fine opportunity at $46,001.SEASONAL
versions of this dish calling grilled fish. Its baae is Hollandaise Voters To Polls
70ft Ill .h... Ho. Arrow fri.m I'Ir-l National.. hank in Naples Mawi for' artichoke hearts, chives or a warm thick, creamy Naples voters can expect

.\-. .rlste..t K:.rl L. Kryr 'I'm In U. I).,".nine Rufus "I'. Hurtihaw pimicnto-sluffed olives should combination of egg yolks, butter their telephones to ring Tuesday RENTALS
r;; not be termed Chicken Marengo. and lemon juice. True Besrnalae
ir --- ..- and hear members of Jay Attractive, immaculate Guest House with 1 bed

f cees urge them to get out and room and living room including efficiency kitchen.
vote in the city election. George
Firman chairman of the Naples Carport and ample storage space. Within walking

Jaycees Get -OutThe -Vote distance of the Beach only $8S0. 0 for the season.

.: Campaign committee said yes-
Come Out To. 'f'. r. I( < I. plans.terday,in announcing his groups ALSO many other fine rentals

In the November fall election

approximately 60 per cent of
.4""ef'e C. WI" "
the local registered voters exercised ", 1 e<< ."

their right to vote, 1
Pittman reported. Much credit 525 Eighth Street South

for the large turnout has been MI ..2.6571.and. MI I 2-4579 .

given to the Jaycees. .
"This time we want to do
ROYAL HARBOR ever a better job." Pittman

l said. "This is a most Impor
tant election when the peopleof
i It Doesn't To Wait
Naples wil be selecting their Pay
mayor and members of the city

4 .V JISAT,! '''J ,1t; LMUDELHQMES TOD|r ?p n, h4'' .I council years." to for operate the next their government four- For Tomorrow When

A battery of telephones will The Values Are Here !
be set up in the parking lot
at the corner of Fifth Avenue
South and Eighth Street South
by the telephone building and 85 Acre Island For Sale

members of the Jaycees will be
\ ''ar" ,ra'sc'su u r .v Iat, i on hand to operate them from Here is an opportunity to own an entire island in

4 ; 9:30 In the morning and throughout one of the most sought after areas of the Northern

the day. A public address Hemisphere. Located just three miles from

) __ system will also be on hand, Northern Eleuthera in the Bahama Islands, this
music Interspersed with
playing island Is surrounded by protective reefs, thus
\! reminders by the Jaycees urging -
r _'.4 r passersby to "get out and affording one of the most beautiful bathing
1 beaches and harbors known. This island has its

own fresh water supply and would be ideal
Naples Garden
for an exclusive resort development. Price:
Club To Hear 12500000.

Joel Kuperbcrtr .
Joel Kuperberg botanist and Lakefront Residential Lot
manager of Caribbean Gardens,
will speak Monday at 8 D.m. to Undoubtedly the finest lakefront lot left in
Garden Club members and vlsl.
Naples. Faces southwest lake
across private
tors In a meeting at the Woman's
Club on Park Street. towards Beach Club Golf Course. This property

Kuperberg's talk will concern has curved concrete retaining wall at shore line
bromellads air plants), and will
to protect against erosion. Lot has city sewer
F explain how easy it Is for home.
owners to crow them. installed and paid for. Price: $10,000 cash.
The public Is invited to attend
this meeting
Bargain Apartment H6use Site

RUBBER STAMPS This 85' wide by 125' deep, multifamily lot is

ideally situated within easy walking distanceof

5 Homes Now Available 16 E:E... schools, shopping and recreational area. Its
corner location allows
DUCK VAUDEVILLE an apartment buildingto
In : tI"LL face either Eighth Avenue, South or East Lake

;4 ,Len If Drive, and the small lake to the north will assure

f privacy without the expense of a large lot.
i. RoyalI-IarUor I.. ; ref + r

:J For Immediate Occupancy! <:, '" t BrtegYoer Island PropertyNo

taxes! That's what you can have when you

Frleeder purchase property at Queen's Cove, Freeport,

\ : We invite you to come :'out and see why so 1 I Toof Grand Bahama Island. We have for sale several

,i/' good residential and commercial lots at Queens
'I folks in Fashionablef'
many prefer living:
CaribbeanGardens at predevelopment prices. This is a once-

If., Royal Harbor. in-a-hfetime opportunity to participate in this
'I l" /v:,' ; iti* exclusive tax free area of Queens Cove Freeport,

?1T:::;; :, NAPLES Grand$2,495.00 Bahama with good Island.terms.Lot prices start at

;!\'t), spacious ht-mewte is directly on the i water, fully sea-walled Trail FrontageLocated

Il and nerved by city utilities. Within the :Naples city limits, just 5 minutes
at Pineland the Trail this 200' wide
'. ei I* NEVERI! NEVER! NEVERI! on ,
from nttr-of-town' shopping /, will you get another 40 x by 210' deep lot would be ideal for a service

60 Industrial Bldg. on station in East Naples' rapidly expanding business -

: For every' lot purchaser, Royal Harbor will build' landing dock 200 x 150 railroad lot in district. Price: $11,000 with terms, to be

41/r11Sf free of charge.: Or. if you prefer contribute the" same amount toward the center of Naples' for .

7 the contraction a slip. only $28,000 terms. I Im..n
: Contra! Ave & 12th arranged.W.
'j, j jt K. 5 I St. No.l When this ia

'::1 + / :? Or' Drive out and see Royal Harbor today UkeUJ-S.\ !, and turn.southron gone, there aren't any RCtorSM1THi!

:, ; : <& more.
i Esndplp5treet. Telephone inquiries: Call Alan Foster Gen. M.r. or ,

1 ; __. ON NAPLES BAY. E.
Ernie Blod rett at Midway 2.474&-or your favorite Real Estate Broker G. H. L011RBroker:

; Aaseelateet EcfeMbh. *! Ill
II ;. .!..,. WHEREEVERY BACKYARD 'lS'BAYffRONTF 421 9th St., No. M.. CraJc! ilL 22171Desyld
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Love Chicken Jamboree School MenusThe ANSWER: Research scien- Sunday February 2. 1964__ COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B
een-agers a Sea tists at the Institute of Marine palisades eal.ANSWER. en is Tripunestes esculenms,".
menu, for the week of Science of the University of : Sea urchins are the shell of which Is either
-- February: 3rd through February* Miami state that they also have
eaten in several places In the purplish or brown in color and
, School 7th, at the Naples Junior HI eh observed this condition. However world. In the I rea of the French covered with short almost uniformly
will betMONDAY
Barbecued beef on Secrets they advance the theory Mediterranean, they are called white spines.The edlbte\,
1vZL'R homemade bun, carrot strips, that the tunles habitually close "ourslns", while along the Pacific portion of the sea animal u
: green and wax beans, tomato QUESTION: The scales mine their eyes to avoid injury to coast of South America, the roe of the sexually mature
slice, apple sauce, milk, potato black lateral lines of the snook, them, while feeding on windrow more particularly Chile, the adult, which spooned from the
te sticks of Portuguese Man- of natives call them "herlzos"
animal and eaten raw or bakedin
eadh have a small hole In the
TUESDAY Pork chops and War. Whatever the circumstances and many natives of the West the the half.she11andlssa14",
gravy, mashed potties. cabbage center.this hole What is the purposeof the tunles do not lessen Indies eat them under the name by those who have tried it, to"
Is it
salad, celery strips, hot rolls their feeding. of "sea eggs". In fact they be a real delicacy.
and butter, spice cake, milk. among other fishes J.D.B.. QUESTION While traveling are sold as a delicacy in tha
WEDNESDAY Turkey and Jensen Beach, Fla. In Europe, I have seen natives streets of Barbados and laws Zanzibar it a 640-aquare-mlle
gravy over rice, green salad, ANSWER: The lateraMlne
along the F rench Mediterranean have been enacted prevent the island some 20 miles off the
cranberry sauce, rolls and but. system of fishes Is concernedwith
v ter, orange and grapefruit cup, eating sea urchins raw. What extinction of the more edible southeast African republic of
a referredto
sense frequently
milk. about It? J. 0., Pacific va rtety. The one most often eat- Tanganyika
as "long distance touch",
THURSDAY Meat loaf with "
or "distant touch orientation.
Spanish: sauce, sweet potatoes,
This helps the fish Vacate
Eijls; ;i peas, bread mud tiler, system
conklt, Inlik.FRIDAY objects at a distance. The IVIClgnCl"oCOLOR
Q Fish squares, hush holes in the lateral-line scales
puppies buttered rice, spinach, provide openings from the outside
buttered carrots, cornbread and to the lateral canal itself
butter, Ice cream, milk. QUESTIONt Referring to Sea
: \71ir Secrets for April and the article T.V.
p The menu atShadowlawn School about which animals feed
for the coming week Portugese Man-of-War and
MONDAY Meal,ru, I jualoos
the answer that turtles -
.HOMEMADE RUFFS for oven-baked thicken drumsticks add to festivities and with peaches.rice, mustard greens, do so, I loggerhead have observed $498.50

banish grease fingers TUESDAY Pork chops can. these animals feeding on the

By CECILY BROWNSTONE pans (about 10 by 1! l by I inch); cut edge is on the inside. Put a died sweet potatoes,green beam!, Man-of-War in the Gulf Stream
Usoclated Pr.i. Food Editor place in a hot U2 Jeftre ioven strip of transparent tape on one bread applesauce and It appeared to me that
until butter melts, about S min side of ruff to keep grease from WEDNESDAY Beanie wle.nles the tunles are blinded by the
|en-fried GREAT FOR chickeo a teen-age drumsticks.aked party.: utes. Sprinkle drumstick m both the chicken from penetrating the turnip greens, pickled stinging organs of the Physalla, Song & Story Shop
in two jelly-roll sides with 1-l'2 iea.r>"<*> alt. paper. Cut each strip into three 'beets, cornbread., jello with fruit. but it did not seem to deter
borrow pans-Tnu Mix together the flour, remaining l equal parts. Form into circular THURSDAY Mr. Lanham's them from their feeding ef
,can sister, cousin one from a neighor 1-1.2 teaspoon salt, Parmesan ruffs slightly larger than ends of 6th grade Hamburgers, sliced fort. Is this the case? M.Q.P.. 695 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE HI 2-2520
or aunt-two cheese, paprika, and oregano. drumsticks, fasten with tape and tomatoes, potato sticks, corn, Shreveport, La.
(oren drumsticks will make fine juice bars.FRIDAY.
onto drumsticks just before
Dip drumsticks In buttermilk slip
We for a dozen ; '
youngsters. .
then roll in flour mhtur e. Divide serving. Makes 6 ruffs; repeat Cheese! and ma.
Beat of
all, this
recipe is so drumsticks between pans; bakein procedure 3 times to make 24. caronl, peas and carrots, cote.
iasy to put together that your slaw, raisin bread, peanut bat! ''Ir
hot (425
a ) for
Youngsters degrees oven
and some of their AUDITORIUM SHARED
Viends can do the preparation 30 minutes, turn drumsticks, reverse NEW YORK (AP-A church ELECTARCHIETURNER

hemlelvn. Should the idea of minutes.pans Makes and bake 12 another 25 and an experimental damatic The Naples Senior High! School
nuking chef-style paper ruffs fore servings. workshop are sharing facilitiesin menu for next week
drumsticks appeal to them, Chicken may stick a bit, so remove a building around the comer MONDAY Loaf with torn
hey'll find the following direof apatula.all pieces with a wide from the Broadway theatricaltone. mato sauce hot rolls, slaw,
ions easy to follow. baked potatoes, Jello.
HOW TO MAKEDRUMSTICK The thespic venture called TUESDAY Jay Spencer fly.
OVEN-FRIED CHICKEN RUFFS the American Place Theater was Ing hot turkey sandwich, celery
DRUMSTICKS FOR A CROWD established a year ago to help and carrot! sucks, English peas, \
))2 sticks (i cup) butter or margarine Use lightweight typing paper. established writers in other
Fold a sheet in half lengthwise fields teat their talent at state cake.WEDNESDAY: Jackie Kline
|24 chicken drumsticks then fold into thirds lengthwise.With craft.
hamburgers, tomatoes :
|3 teasDoons ash scissors make 3/4-inch Although there Is no formal hot rolls, green beans,
11-1/2 cups flour long slashes along folded edge, connection between the theater fruit. M M
] 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese about 1/16-mch apart. Unfold and St. Clement's Protestant THURSDAY Hot dogs baked
1 teaspoon paprika sheet of paper and cut In half Episcopal Chu ch which uses beans, rolls, stuffed celery,
1 teaspoon dried oregano lengthwise, through the middle the same auditorium there is a cookies. w:
2/3 cup buttermilk fold. Refold the two pieces separately link. The Rev. Sidney Lamer FRIDAY Choice of Spaghetti
Place one stick of butter in reversing the folds and the vicar, is codirector of the with meat or macaroni and cheese,
each of two foil-lined jellyroll folding them so that the slashed American .
Plucggroiip. slaw, rolls, Barbara Easterly
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Brownies.The menu--at -Lake-Park Elementary A A

; School:
-l MONDAY .- Goulash, tossed
LIVINGMAYBE salad purple plums bread but

ter and mUle.TUESDAY. w
"Roast beef,rice r
and gravy kale,Jello with pine r

WE'RE CRAZY, but you'll be crazy too, if you don't let ut show you apple WEDNESDAY bread butter-.and Ravioli milk. Y y

this beautiful 3 bedroom home on Rordon Ave. Almost 1100 sq. ft. of cole slaw applesauce bread, r

butter and milk.THURSDAY .
living area, for only $9950.Ask ut how you can buy this house for Ins -- Hamburgers, ?r

buttered corn sliced tomato
than you're now paying the landlord for rent. dill chips, Ice cream milk.
.. ". ', 'l
lit.c; I" FRIDAY .- Toasted cheese
'e in I and tee us at sandwich andcirrots -
peas 0 0
nana slices with orange juice

j.7e rzu".1 & milk.Nut make dumplings

for a meat atew.try cooking them
A"'C'8 for 10 minute without a cover,
630 Avenue
then cover the kettle tightly and iF-
cook 10 more minutes This Is a
Phone MI 2-5359
modem method; at one time, It R R
was thought that dumplings hadto
be covered for their entire mmaammmm
cooking time.

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t ..ray: b"Ad followed by a period of relative harmful at all times, and It is JOB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, February 2, 1961
RussianAntiReligious .
M Inactivity.The
CookingIs .X. especially impermissible when
start of a possible boom we consider the Ideological edu ventists and Jehovah's Wit. empt. But Dyhlchev Indlcajod

is signaled In Kommunlst, the ration of millions of people." nesses. this special status is being scru.
part>"' chief Ideological journal. The Soviet Union has about tlnized.
.eFAIlL" In recent much of the
Fun It circulates mostly among theparty's 220 million people. The Russian antlreligious propaganda has "Religion under all conditions

elite the decision Orthodox Church claims 50 mil. been aimed especially at the remains antlsdentUlc, an Idea

makers.In lion of these are still In its small such as the Jeho.vah's logy which is hostile to com*
an article b)' part propa. spiritual fold.There groups, munism," he said.
By Cecily Browns Witnesses who actively
IHB one Drive ,
ForeseenMOSCOW Leonid
ganda expert, fly ichev, are millions of others to the
promts nonobedience
DINNER readers of Kommunlst are told who profess faith in the variety The ancient t Egyptian templeof

Limb Stew with Onions, t v (AP-A new ener. that war on religion is an "uri- of religions that persist here In state Kalabaha, near Aswan, bears
Because it dutifully repeatsthe
I Celery and Carrot e : getic drive against religion ape ent ideological task." the central Asian regions, Islam of the an inscription of about A.D. 249
pears to be developing In the "We cannot and do not have "peace" propaganda
Steamed Rice is still a powerful force, almosttoo sternly ordering herders to keep
Kremlin Orthodox
the Russian
Soviet ,
Tossed Green Salad Dread Trll\ Union the right, Djlchev writes, "to powerful to tackle. In the pigs out of the holy place.
Church has been relatively ex.
; Ever since the 1917 takeover watt until surviving elements of
Jellied Gripe B< ( Baltic states there is the well. _.
verige the Communists have been fol. religion) disappear by them. established Lutheran Church.

JELLIED GRAPE:; lowing a boom.and.bust polio selves under the Influence of And In the big cities and else.
1 envelope unflavored gelatin 74 Read the Want Ads 1
1:3 cup augur concerning religion. A period of our practical successes. where there are the Jews, the [ I

2 cup orange juice I great antlrellgioug agitation Is "The policy of laissez faire Is Baptists, the Seventh.day Ad. _
2 t.blear"mlllm(1n juice r
1.12 cup halted seeded whit

grapes 'j '.. ,.:- .
: ?
In the of double holler f'I: .
top a .. .
', ''':A' >- \ cr0 ..' '
Mir together the gelatin and .. -
.. 0(. .
> { 't. "fi't ..
f 9 pt l .
sugar; add I cup of the ">rung. er w. ,. '
juice. Stir over boiling w.ner ..... C '. : .- '

until and gelatin orange juice dissolves is quite; rc'v',,hit", ... : : t: >, < ::_ -- ; ; !

from heat. Stir in remaining I >.u,
orange juice and lemon tutee; rr -,

chill until slightly Ihickentd.

Fold in grapes Spoon( Into -.'It
6ounce4 cup) custard nips' ,. "

or dessert dit-hes. Chill until -. ..... :-........ 1 k '
set cover until served. Gelatin '
; BEACII BALL-Dottie is ball with : :
will be soft but may be unmolded having a a .
from custard cups; have water ball in the surf at Miami Beach Fla To warm the play I I

for dipping cups just medium,hob even more Dottie gives a pretty smile. ,

Makes 6 servings, '' .
Note. Grapes may be peeled PUBLIC NOTICE t
before halving and Deeding. Day To Arraign

Pecan \egetahle loaf I with COLLIER COUNTYIN I .. rl
Mushroom Sauce CHANCERY 1
Chancery No. 1912 Court HereThe '
Marinated Melba Cucumbers Toast CHARLES SHAW.Plaintiff By

Fruit Cielatiii leverage ETHEL SHAW v.. t first Friday after the see .

Dtfendent cond Monday of each month has .i
PECAN VfOITAHl I LOAF Ile,, .a4 pt
NOTICE OF SUIT been set as criminal arraignmentday tty.
In this county according to
large onions,
finely chopped 121 Greyton Street an order Issued by Lynn Gerald,
((1-1/4 cups) Trenton, New Jersey t 4Lii +
presiding judge of the 12th Judl .
2 teaspoons butler or margarine GREETINGS:
You ere hereby notified that a cia Circuit.
1 cup each coarsely grated carrots wit hat been filed ageintt In The regular arraignment day
and celery the Circuit Court of lh. 'ITtu
I 1 d,del, Circuit ol Florida. In and forCollier will allow all persons connected
cup finely chopped parsley, I o CHARLESSHAW with criminal court
Tt'n.tl :
loosely packed vt W, the relief,
l't'2 finely ground. therein iouht being a divorce and make plans accordinglyJudge I
cups pecan't: you ere hereby required to file with Gerald explained. The order took
1 cup soft whole-wheat Clark of Hid Court your written
crumb d..n.... if any you hive. either effect with the new year. Month
personally", or by attorney", In ..lIdrnl't.rr ly arraignment days also
1 teaspoon each sail und ,
poultry or before the 20th
ISM, and there have t been set up for other court i
*ft., to serve a copy", thereof on plaintiff ,
2 egg yolks 's countel l James R. Adams. P.O. ties.Future
1 cup undiluted evunorated milk Coo 416. Napier. Florida Herein' fell arraignment dates are
not upon pain of having decree February 14, March 13, and

Mix Brown well the with onions remaining in the ingredient butter. pro Witness confetto my' -ded.rt': :t teal you of April 17. The hour is 10 a.m. .' ,'. .'' ,,".'J
aid Court el East Naples. Florida. In each Instance. ,.t t ,
*. Pack: into a loaf (about
pan this Itth day of January, 1964, Appearance bonds In
8 by 4 by 3 inches) ruined in cold MARGARET T SCOTT felony
At Clerk of the cases are returnable at the next
water turn out into baking
; greased -
styled Court.
succeeding arraignment
pan UI I I by 7 by 1.1 2 inches. ) By: INEZ MAGILL day,
Bake Deputy Clerk Judge Gerald stated In his order. ..
in a mod.rateJSO degree) JAMES R. ADAMS But If the defendant is taken Into i' ) '. 1
oven about 40 minutes. Serve P. O Box 411 i.r: 9.
with mushroom auuce. Make 6 Naples. Florida' custody less than 15 days priorto s ,
Attorney for Plaintiff arraignment, the bond will be t
servings.. Jan. 19 U: .Feb I. t. 1964 c996
returnable at the second sue.
Mine You'll find it will be
NOTICE ceeding arraignment day.
easy to discard stringy portion ,INVITATION FOR BIDS
Criminal cases account for .. .
of celery after ,rlt To furnish meterlela, Including, -- -
;I MUSHROOM SAUCE Ill'I : Slice 2 lumber machine, concrete bolts. split. nails rings. steel. ,roofing plates.. Circuit only a Court minor case fraction load the of judge the Residence of Edward R. Godfrey, 400i Kings' Town Drive, facing ; Morgan's Cove, About 7 miles of the wide and deep ocean-going

I mall onions and cook m 1 1-1 I 2 llama plumbmg,necessary and electrical to 'construct end all an other addition noted, but criminal cases, take waterways In the background run throughout the Port Royal area, where you can dock your boat at the foot of your lawn.
tablespoons butter
or margarine of up to four ((4)) bays each precedence, in calendaring over
until wilted and golden. Drain bay appro II I S4) on Unit #9.
Immokalee State Farmers M..I.Immoll.I. civil matters.
one 6-ounie can sliced mushrooms ... .
Florida For detail

j the mushroom and add enough milk to T end, M'bid Rivera' Hit, of Manaser materiel ImmokaleeStele contact. CALL TilE NEWS FOR "I'd about given up on Florida .a. when I found fabulous Port Royall"A !
liquid to make
f .Farmers Market: P O. Bo* RUBBER STAMPS
1.1/2 cups. Add the drained eke. Immokelee' Florida. Phone OL
mushrooms to the onions stir in 4 2211 or W. O. Whittle, Chief.
2 tablespoons flour Add the; milk O Florida Box till Mate Winter Farmer Haven Market.Florida. P,. PUBLIC NOTICE well known New York business man Is quoted. He says further) "I had searched the east coast from Palm

mixture and 1/2 teaspoon ault. Phone CY 1.311*. Mall bids to reach Beach to Miami. I was looking for some fairly uncluttered stretches of white sand, and a lot of unpopulatedsalt
Cook and stir over moderately office, 5:00:of W.a.m O". Tuesday Whittle on February or before -, A GENERAL CITY NOTICE ELECTION will wat.r.1 I want.d no neighbors In my lop, or tourists my hair, or nightclub noise In my sleep. Someone

low heat until thickened and 4. 1964 W. reserve the right to, be held In the City of Naples. on Naples the And It there I found "
accept or reject eny part of any bid Tuetdey February I. I9M. to elect suggested on west coast. was Port Royal.
bubbly. Stir in I tablespoonminced or ell bids In the bat Interest of a Mayor and three Councilmen; a
\ pursley. the Stall Farmer Market. program Specie! Election shall be held on
DOYLE; CONNER the same dele to fill the vecency
Commlflloner erected by lue resignation of Councilman deed
LADES LUNCH! W, O. WHITTLE Chef' Archie Turner Palls will be are provided not conversation.
State .Farmers. Markets open at 7:00 A M, and close et 7,00: 1 1. Port Royal is a well-established, ex
New England Fish Chowder Division, of Marketing. P.M. The polling: pieces will be at elusive 13. No property sales are made except in
Relish Tray Assorted Breads Jan 21 Feb t. I9M ftl IJ follow: Fire Station for those rep residential community comprisingover
p r Coddled Apples Custsrd Sauce LEGAL NOTICEIN nter Avenue d .voters'South living;: First south Methodist of Filth 90% of the southernmost two square Naples or to those who have made a personalvisit

Beverage I THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN Church Hall for those vot to Port Royal and seen us in And
Filth': miles of person.
AND FOR ere living North of Avenue: Naples, with 143 families in
CODDLED: APPLES COLLIER. COUNTY, FLORIDAIN South and South of Golf Drive. i"r no sales are made to persons other than those
12 small apples, about 2-1) 2 PROBATE end Church of Christ for those r... residence and many more homes build-
No. 771 Ittered, voter. living North of Golf who have been accepted for membership In''
pounds |IN RE: Drive to the Ing this season. No promoter's dream of

1 cup water HARTSELL ESTATE OF DECEASED FRANCIS C. CE'lsIE"It'tHMAN.City Clerk "what Is to be," the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership

1/2 cup augur TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL Jan, II II II. *1 "Feb I. I9M #.11 1 committee
Dash of salt PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR'. '' ,,2. Work started more than ten years ago. It
teaspoon foregoing are not "rules and
: REGISTER .FICTITIOUS NAME was continued without modification of the regu
f Choose apples that will hold You and each of you are hereby The underlined, don lations" which
their shape after cooking, pare, notified and required to preient any t fy the we ere conducting hereby, e cer Dry original vision until it became the reality it in any way tend to limit your
clelmt/ and demand which you, or Clteninc business complete freedom
el Florida
Naples to the
quarter and core In a 10inchkillet ( either of you may have and theEtate under the fictitiout, name of JER. is today. enjoy livability
stir the water and sugar of FRANCIS C. HARTSELL, RY'S CLEANERS end that said firm I '" Port Royal offers. They are measures of pro
Deceeted to the Honorable Richard
It ,
over low heal until sugar d.... M, Stanley: ., County Judge, of CollierCounty I competed names of and the following places ol personswhose reel,. 3. More than 6'/j' miles of boulevards which tection designed to guard against en
Florida. and fie the any
solves; heat to boiling. Add tameIn dencet ere et follows:
/, hit office 'In the County", Court. GERALD .. PYRE wind along the beautiful waterways were laid croachment on pleasure and
apples; cover and cook your anything
gently house In Enl Naple Collier County .1140 Royal Pelm Or
until I apples are tender and translucent Florid. within, ate,
looking-about 20 to 10 month publication from hereof the del Said of claim the first or. Ownership.1140 Ravel' of Palm,JERRV Dr. CLEAN. the State for Its primary highways. Also proper Harbour H.ue P"if I fceyet .",... Compatible, congenial neighbor are something
minutes Turn apple ss neies- demand to contain the legal, address ERS ,It et follows: One block eeef .l Oerrfen Drive.
nary; they should absorb most of : of the claimant and to be. Q. B, PYRE 10% drainage was provided for every foot of that money alone cannot provide,
sworn to end pretented at afore S. J. FYKE 80%
the by the end of the aid. with' II\ 00 for filing of boulevard Of course, all facilities such as
syrup cooking t s along It It our Intention to apply to property can be members. To them, membership I 15 We do
t claim' or tame will be berred not think that overstate the
time Mix the Clerk of the Circuit Court In end we
vanilla i with Naples water the finest in Florida
city -
for Collier Is without with
apples. Serve hot tt cold with E.ecutrl> the sate County name' Florida af JERRV to reg ter television cable given charge the purchaseof facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the
electricity telephone etc.
custard nauce. Mikes b to 8 CLEANERS under the provit, property finest "
:Attorney for the Estate of Chapter 209SJ, laws of Florida. ,ncr: available throughout the area. places to live in the United States We
servings.You Francl' C Marttell deceatedS7S 01 1941.Wits. .
I 6th Avenue South ... our hands, this 16th are confident that you will agree if fine

can add a cup of finelycut I Naplet Jan It Florida 2Feb'; ," I. 9. (1964 99I of Jan 1)64 GERALD B. FYKE day 4, More than 10,000 majestic Royal and Coconut 10 The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis homes, luxurious surroundings, congenial

figs to a standard muffin SHIRLEY J. moved unsurpassed in Florida and equalled, per.
PYRE palms and other exotic trees were neighbors superb climate and
recipe. Drive Carefully And Live Jan. It tl; Feb 2. S. 1964 =999
-- ---- -- ---- --- -- -- I, in to line the boulevards and other land areas, haps, in only a handful of America's more water at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you

I distinguished restaurants
5. Port Royal properties are not "lots" They We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

are large, interestingly shaped private estate 11 Every home in Port Royal must be de. inquiry at our office Harbour!: House *

Good GovernmentRequires sites. Properties range from one-half acre to signed by an approved architect and built for Fort Charles and Kings Town Drive One

several acres in size, its owner. Though there are homes in Port block east of Gordon Drive

6. Over 95 of Royal' which cost several hundred thousand
% Port Royal properties are on
wide which dollars, it is possible to become a resident of
deep, ocean-going waterways
connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and Port Royal for a minimum investment of ap

HARD WORK TIME the intracoastal waterway to the 10,000 islands proximately $55,000, including property, residence
to the south. and landscaping Properties range

price from $13,200 to $45000: apart from !

EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY 7. You literally can dock your boat at the foot building costs

of your lawn, even if your boat is a 90-foot' _
1 14. Every possible protection is providednow

yacht and for generations to come. Only single
, I'm willing to work.
8. Port Royals Beach Club is on 425 feet family dwellings can be built, now or forever

I have the time. of white powder sand beach, directly on the No speculative building is permitted, no cooperative ,r

Gulf of Mexico. The Club itself is a "gemlike apartments; no commercial buildingsof ri,

r I have had two years' experience on Council. structure without peer on either coastor any kind. Space required between rest- ar

; anywhere in between," said an eminent dences is 60. more than the highest zoning

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

t If you believe I have the ability to serve you and the Palm Beach, one of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross

Florida streets or enter homes except underground.

city in a worthy useful I'd be honored if you'd (This everywhere except in the two -
manner applies ,
Leo*>n. ...," ...... the Cuff inie AAV eel
9. Memberships in the Port Royal Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve 1lt* ," In fenffA) I 11 e pepuler feetvre .' Me Tert
r vote to re-elect me to your Naples City Council. other sensible ".,.' BeecA Clue free! .le hared during Meal
t not for sale Only" owners of Port Royal years agoJ) Many protections eeeeeflPORT .> I I

:t M. J. Casey Miller l.. ROYAL INCORPORATEDPost

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