See larger Chester Keene of Naples, retired from a 42-year career in Southwest Florida law enforcement, has loads of great stories to share. One is about Collier County's first TV. Keene says in 1949 Motorola rewarded the man who fixed so many of its radios, E.B. Smith of Copeland, with a TV featuring a rabbit-ear antenna that brought in Cuba stations clearer than images from Miami. He says Smith, left, who celebrated his 100th birthday last year, still has the TV on display in his home in Golden Gate Estates.

Chester Keene of Naples, retired from a 42-year career in Southwest Florida law enforcement, has loads of great stories to share. One is about Collier County's first TV. Keene says in 1949 Motorola rewarded the man who fixed so many of its radios, E.B. Smith of Copeland, with a TV featuring a rabbit-ear antenna that brought in Cuba stations clearer than images from Miami. He says Smith, left, who celebrated his 100th birthday last year, still has the TV on display in his home in Golden Gate Estates.

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