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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00195
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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A South Venice i service station Corroborating clues were to Naples and Fort '"""' -- '.
operator victimized by a provided by Roy Jimerson :: J
killer with a stolen credit card employe of another service
provided one of the three key station, and Eddie Bond,
... clues which led to the discovery garage and wrecker service ,
of a murdered St. Petersburg operator, both of whom playedthe
/: boy near Venice Thurs- roles of unsuspecting Good
dav Samaritans in aiding the killerto

This clue was given to FBI get his stuck car out of the
agents/: by Charles (Chuck) La sand close by the scene of the
Marr, operator of the recent- killing
Iv-opened: Standard Oil Stationon The stolen credit card was
r the South Trail, just below recovered from Joseph Francis
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1, ef 1 the junction of the Trail and Bryan Jr., 25, of Audubon 'J7r i.4
Englewood Road. Park, N. J., who was arrested 3
in New Orleans with a boy kid.
La Marr station is on the naped in Tennessee and who
couth side of the Trail, just .
a has been charged with the slaying ] ;:
half mile from the heavily overgrown of another youth in South
scrub palmetto field .
Carolina and who has admitted
where searchers found the
skeletal remains of Lewis killing young Wilson (I

"Harkie" Wilson Jr., 7.year. Moved'Fast, "
The Victim old son of a St. Petersburg Within 24 hours after Bryan -
I fireman, who disappeared from 's arrest they had traced The Victim's Jacket
LEWIS "HACKIE" WILSON JR. his St Petersburg home March him up and down the west !
23. coast of Florida from St. Pet. ( ) Identified By Father

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: .c- indicated a man answer off rattlers In the snake

sat f.r' : i. ing Bryan description was Infested undergrowth n-hich
.... t \ ; 1 seen just three blocks from the might strike at the men on '

... L__ Wilson home about 2:30: p.m., foot.
-- March 23. It was one of the mounted '
THREE FACES OF A KILLER Here are two front
THE
Some four hours later, posse who first spotted the
a man
of the face of Joseph Francis Bryan Jr., who confessed
profile remains which
4 boy's Boytf
since identified
as Bryan was
Hackie Wilson, whose skeleton was found
Lewis ]
of said scattered
later were over
buying a tire and tube on a
t ., ._-- -'. -- stolen credit card at the South a 50-foot wide area, probablyby
Venice service station. birds of prey and wild animals ,
J The skeleton discovered
was I'
Searchers on foot and horse.
; by year-old Oil Hosack
back began about 6 a.m.
at 10 50. four
precisely ; nearly
Thursday to comb the palmetto
hours after the search started.
thicket which yielded the
One of the volunteer search, *
murder victim's skele-
young
Hack Wilson Sr., the I
ers was
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ton at 10:50: a.m. It was not until
about 10 a.m., however, that boy's father, who identified DM
red jacket, brown denim troua
sufficient manpower made possible I
ers, a brown knit shirt, black
favo.rites.:7. the systematic search
tennis shoes, and the straw hct
that literally covered every
with "Hackie" scribbled in.
*! square. foot of the dense underbrush aide

The manpower was made The clothes were said to .
available through the volunteer have been piled away from the
feaw? efforts of the senior WIlson's remains, indicating that the L
co-workers on the St. Peters child may have been undress I''::1'
burg Fire Department Nearly before being killedImmediately ,
every off-duty fireman in every upon discovery
precinct of the Suncoast city of the skeletal remain, FBI
r $ north of Venice turned out to agents and law enforcement of
r I
+ # help beat down the trackless ficers joined hands to form a
rt scrub thicket in search of the cordon around the area so it
SatofcfjiHa boy's remains.A would remain undisturbed for
S 4- ) line of men on foot was organized examination by the mobile
Chuck" La Mm Clues In Sheriff Boyer by Ray Byers, FBI crime laboratory of the St. Petersburg I
r and the approximately 50 men van with the latest in scientific
mI pressed steadily through the crime detection equipment arrived
On Toor underbrush about 10 feet apart on the scene about 2
Voe
andidates To Ge examining minutely every pm
square foot of ground. Meanwhile, the area was
t The foot searchers were pre- (Continued on pare 2)
,
Dist S ams
Ed Mason Commissioner I
er, Edwin L. ( )
Govrrnor ( )
ter
"@st are the candidates who None. Democrat Uncontested. .
-
Burns, Republican Scheb, .. ... ----. -..--- ..
forh Democrat Haydon Floyd Potter, '
appear on the ballot Republican ) 7"
State Attorney ; } : 'Iii
Countians to vote on at Fred (Bud) Dickinson, Robert Charles E Schmitt, Robert M. "
Schaub, 't' ,...'ttt't: ; <
Frank M
Frederick B. Karl, Democrat : .'."
Ct.l. .
'rrow s primary election King High, Jr. Wright. I .;. '., .
offices and candidates ared Scott Kelly, John E. (Jack) W Republican M. (Mickey-) None Smiley, School Board Dist 2 I T7' : :

exactly as they will Spin Mathews Democrat Uncontested Paul
the voting machines in Republican Ken Folks] H. RepresentativeDemocratJohn Republican Herbert P.
various polling places B. (Bob) Foster, Charles R. W. (Jack) Field, Leona Collins Hill, Theo. Walter
Jr.
Russell C. Jordan
h appear elsewhere on Holley. Haseon rore W Nass
1 of today's GO\DO Attorney General Republican G. M. (Gus) School Board Dist, 4 Celli.!

It: Earl Faircloth, Nelson, James A. Spans Democrat Chalmer L.
Democrat -
Sheriff Cooper, Edwin W Filzek.
U. S. Senator W. Kynes
James Harr W J. ,
None.prc Democrat Uncontested Republican -
-
-SpessardL Republican Commissioner Republican John B. Johnson Frazee, Donald L. Johns

and Publican, Brailey_ Odham Democrat Phillip S. Brew Millard (Jack) Knuckles, Hospital Board !, "I
None.tngler. Ross W Lamb, William A. Democrat -. ,W Gordon AdPolling gen,
(Bill) Sullivan. '

\ Unfound .1 Clerk of Courts
Democrat Uncontested. Pl A 4 I i t
Republican Boyd R (Bud)
achrrs had turned up nor ments, .boatmen and other volunteers Gernhard, Robert W. (Bob)

Saturday of Ronald Zmn Here s where South Countvoters >
veil, 39, operator of the prosecutor' will cast their ballots in
house Restaurant who Contest WinnersTo Democrat Henry L. Willl tomorrow's primary election:
npeared Tuesday on an I Be AnnouncedThis ford, Jack Wm. Windt. Precinct 6 (Osprey) South
i' None Trail Lions Club,
morning fishing trip. I Republican -
ovens 16f >ot boat was ThursdayThe RegistrarDemocrat Precinct 7 (Nokomis) Un
<1 1> I GOMHH1I RS $4,500
Fire Department.
washed up on a sand bar Uncontested. Ion Volunteer
endedat
'dnlght' Subscription Contest J. Orr Precinct 8 (South Venice.
Pass In mid morn Saturday, May 2, Republican Mary The
Tue day. The search was 1 pm secret ballot box con Dorothy Sutherland Venice Gardens) Venice i lies
and a Dlst, 1
tad immediately by air taming the votes of 21 contestants Commissioner Uncontested. Gardens Recreation Center.

"a craft and by ground went into the bands final Democrat Republican-_ Bruce M Crls Precinct 9 (Englewood) enanny

,es, of the judges for the sy, Marion R Dupres Law Englewood Recreation Center drive will go i Y,.

e family meanwhile Issued tount.' time Mondays! renre E (Larry) Murphy.Commissioner Precinct 21 (Venice) Venice for k k
the Walt
At Dlst S u
atement thanking all who went to press the Civic Center

11 helping in the search count paper waS not completed Democrat Uncontested Leslie C, Miller Precinct 26 (North Port folk.
Republican -
'e Included the Civil Air Full detain Thursdays snd results sue Haven B. Page, William Charlotte) NPC Community '' I fey Si. Petersburg lomea, co-workers: of bor's lathe.
01, the Coast Guard, the appear In Carl Young Center be old
Iff'. and Polk Depart of The GONDOLIER.



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screaming when he was apprehended market Bryan had
VOTE TOMORROW! I Obituaries LAWMEN MOVED last Tuesday In New old Dennis Burke of eii4,1i/
I Tenn. IIl111\bold\\
Orleans. in his 1
(Continued!! from page 1)) custody, Tht I
When picked up as he was was returned Unhal'1l\e4 boj
ALMA G ROMBERGER CHARLES L. HLQUEMBOUG HARVEY A. SMITH roped off and the persons In jntering a New Orleans super mother, to hia
Mrs Alma G. Rombergcr, 63, held
Charles Louis Hequembourg, Harvey A. Smith 65. .. the search party were
of
313 Bayano St., North Port
ELECTARCHIE Charlotte died Wednesday at 74, of Casey Key died Thun.day Reiser Apts Nokomis Avenue, there until the boy's father
could be rushed to a telephoneto COMPETENTBEST/ QUALIFIED
her home.A at Venice Hospital died Friday at Venice Hospital.
Inform his wife before she
B. DROWN native of Valley View Pa., Mr. Hequembourg a winter Mr Smith i is former ownerof might learn the tragic news VOTE for HENRY ("SKIP")
she came here from that city i visitor here for several years, the Tropical Oasis Bar. from another source.
last July. She was a memberof owned and operated an Insur. Prior to coming here in 1958
the Evangelical United ance firm in Schenectady N. he was employed in the trans- So well hidden by the. under WILLIFORD
COUNTY SURVEYOR Brethren Church of Valley Y. He was a native of Warren, portation department of Strohs brush were the bones that law
View and of Daughters of Pa Brewing Co in Detroit. lie was enforcement officers said they
America. a native of Algonac Mich. could not readily be seen as to Former ASSOCIATE CITY JUDGE
SARASOTA COUNTY I He was a member of the ASSITANT PUBLIC
.
close as four feet away. I Past DEFENDER
Survivors include her husband
'Presbyterian Church In Sche- Survivors Include his widow,
SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5, 1964 Paul; a daughter, Mrs.Brrnice nectady and a veteran of WWI Mrs. Justine Smith of Detroit, Strode Adst.. Slate said Attorney Thursday. William night PROSECUTING ATTORNEYSarasota
McCarthy of Hams-
(Paid Political Advertisement) and two brothers, Ire B. that the charges would depend Democrat .
burg Pa.; two brothers Har. Survivors Include his widow, Smith of Detroit and Ralph W. the result of thorough County Primary May 5th
a
ry Snyder of Mannheim Fa Smith of Sarasota. upon Paid Pol.
Mrs. Sara Hequembourg anda remainsand Adv. by CandidWhy
and Ernest Snyder of Palmyra, analysis of the boy's ..
sister, Mrs. S. F. Nixon of A requiem mass will be celebrated kidnap charges being filed
Pa. and two grandsons.
,
y, I DECKHOUSE( Funeral Farley Funeral services Home were Thursday heldat Schenectady.A memorial. service was held Catholic at Church 9 am.of the today Epiphany at in Sarasota Pinellas County County Medical Examiner ;;
with The Rev Arlstedemo '
I with The Rev. Robert W. at Farley Funeral Home Saturday Burial Dr. Millard White: UlfJ.i'-'J'-
Hemp, pastor of First Evange with The Rt. Rev Msgr Rodriquez officiating. was said to have made a brief
f7 AT THE JETTIES lical United Church of Sara. George Cummings of Churchof will be in Sarasota Memorial examination of the remains but V
iota officiating. Another service the Epiphany officiating Park. the cause of death was not Barber Shop
f CLOSED TUESDAYS and burial will be at Valley Final services and burial will Rawles Funeral Home was determined. Bryan is said to

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday View tomorrow. be held in Schenectady In charge of arrangements.Venetian's I have. pistol been when carrying he was a ,22 apprehended caliber rJ., In New Location

i YOUR CHOICE OF S in New Orleans, but

'Including/ Our Famous Salad 6a$1 75 I Clue Key To SlayingContinued Strode of.said young a cursory.Wilson's. examination skull. Beginning Tuesday. May Sat

f>
"FRIDAY end SATURDAY Bond, showed no bullet holes.
said
( from page 1) close up"The bought a new gun, 613 E. VENICE AVE.
Law enforcement officers
LOBSTER SPECIALOur said he didn't have "and had gone back in the
men
Regular Menu Available Nightlyl came recalled.into"I'm my station almost, LaMar positiveit the money to pay Bond and he bushes to try it out. He showedno were where sifting the body the was sandy found area in Air Conditioned
his credit card to buy a signs of being nervous and Owner
,' HIGHBAllS MANHATTANS. MARTINIS SOC was Bryan. used tube which he wasn't dirty just calm search of a possible bullet. ,
used tire and a new j ji
..- .... a "He semi-trailer had hitched truck a ride and in said on I he ting gave him to unstuck pay Bond's for get. neatly and collected dressed., and clean and most Bryan wanted one of criminals the FBI's, told ten ;; ;;

likes to
he the was road.stuck He asked in a field if I could down "Apparently the boy had The garage man added that young authorities boys he tied up and see ,
short time the man. lated identified as
killed
been just a
help pull him out. I told hirr before this man showed up at Bryan, tdld him he had some i.Y l .. !...._ 17111 --0 __I III
I didn't have the
necessary my place. How he could have how gotten off the narrow trail
heavy equipment which winds through the pal. You Should Vote For
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT "Roy Jimerson, who workedat done a thing like that and still
had become
thicket and
have appeared so calm and metto
the Station
Bent nearer
nonchalant I is beyond comps stuck in the soft undo
town happened to be in my DOROTHY SUTHERLANDFor
place. He said he would try to hension. He was cleanly dressed He said Bryan indicated this
Duplex in wonderful location. Small help pull him out,, I loaned hima I with a white shirt on. He had happened just after crossIng -
chain. was slightly built and weighed the culvert into the thick. r
down payment with good terms on tow Stuck In Sand about 133 or 140 pounds et from U.S. 41. Discovery of
"Within 10 minutes he was He Was 'Polite the youngster's body however, '3I
balance. For further informationcall back and said he was badly "Why he even sat right indicates that he apparently Supervisor of Registration R 1
stuck in the sand and would across that desk and chatted wandered off the overgrowntrail
488.6413 or 488-4196. need a heavy rig friendly like drinking a soft after having already disposed
"A call was made to Bond'sgarage drink He politely) asked if I'd of the body a half mile MORE Experience a
11 and they sent out a have one, which I refused.'At further back in the woods
"' no time did he show 12 Yean Executive Secretary ,
wrecker They were back anyconcern Bond said Bryan told him he / s
about five minutes before 8 nor did he appear tn. had only four dollars in cash
I remember the time because bto In any hurry to go anywhere to pay for the towing but offered .

r-r-r- I was just getting ready to to use his credit card at the MORE Service For You
"When I wrote nut the ticket .
service station if he could
II>:J7f-: """ "'-- "" """' '''''MitF'IJ&4llltA''I' I for the tire and tube, for whichhe purchase
something the wrecker Precinct mobile registration available for community
used the credit card I notedon
operator would in lieu Also and material
accept
it the license number of his groups. registration voting
of cash. The two men then returned available for study from Washington and Tallahassee. .
car Later on, and before the
VOTE MAY\ 5th FOR events of the last few days, I. where Bryan to La Marr's purchased station the .
received word from the Standard
used tire and tube whichhe
new
distributor that the card 1
turned over to Bond. MORE of Your Needs
had honored was stolen. Understanding
When the FBI men went to Bond said he left the station
William Carl Young La Marr's place Wednesdaythey Immediately after settling with Regulation-tiie voting machine Instruction. Pencilsat

got the information which Bryan--for-the towing_charge...,,- polls. DOROTHY SUTHERLAND
went a long way toward a so 1
lution to the boy's disappear. ALLEN
f" : General' Building! Contractor sore Corroborative evidence Convalescent and VOTE 26D REPUBLICAN IN MAY 5 PRIMARY

LIFE-LONG REPUBLICAN AND BEST QUALIFIED FOR from the clincher Jimerson on and the case.Bond put Nursing Home NEVER TOO BUSY TO BE AVAILABLE

r Jimerson, who is employedat 24 Hour Hurting Service;
.N the Charles p Bent Standard Phone Venice 4M770SII (Paid Political Advertisement)

SARASOTA station at the Trail and .paNel. Dl LEON... AVK...... _..........__ ___ II'JT! _
the Rialto also recall -- '''''" -- "-''" -- __ ____ _
readily -
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ed the incident."I .
had stopped In to talk with
I County Commissioner Chuck La Marr when this big

semi-trailer stopped and this
guy got out He asked if some.
DISTRICT NO. 3 body could pull him, out, he DOWNTOWN
; was stuck
Chuck said he did not have
My aim is to serve ALL OF THE PEOPLE of Sarasota County, regardless of politics; the equipment so I volunteer.

;i eliminate all wastes; hold procurement: of heavy equipment and machinery to a ed to help him. I drove him
back down the Trail in '02
my
minimum eliminate political job
Ii ; appointments Fairlane We turned left onto VENICE

.J My pledge is to serve one and all to the betterment of Sarasota County. the seldom-used track throughthe
I d, palmetto to the spot where
the car was stuck, about a half
(Paid Political Advertisement)
mile from the Trail
"", Spinning Wheels First & Finest Shopping Area
"The whole frame of the car
f'.w.: _...._ .. ....... was on the ground and I saw ,
there was nothing I could do. y
q"' .. ,-_._7---- .. He'd been spinning his wheels, : DAZZLING SPARKLING L
which didn't help his situation
1
"I brought him back to Warren .
Frlschneckt'a AmericanOil BARGAINS VALUES!

station, a little up the Trail
from Chuck's and let him off.

But they were closing up and ". ,

he Chuck'apparently I saw walked no more back of him.to DIC-K & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP

I' I drove back to Chuck's and I I FORMAL WEAR RENTALS . $12.50 tempi
left his tow chain. REXALL I Ic SALE
"While' we were riding along (Jacket, Slack Shirt, Cuff Links and Studs
GOING ON NOW I
I down the Trail in my car I told Suspenders, Cummerbund)
him my name and he said his 231 W. Venice Ave. 488-4774 Medical Canter Bldg. I 225 W. Venice Ave. 48a.I6O%

t. ra like name that was That Minor was or something the name _.IIII'IIlIIo.! _' ,.,,---.aN'tIStlrl"; ...--.,T __","' ___..........

f t.f: on asked the him stolen if he credit smoked.card.He I VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. I SHRODE JEWELRY

s said yes and I gave him a cigarette AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wadding Rings Diamonds Stone Sat Rings

Sales Service Supplies We Repair All Makes Watches Silverware Jewelry
"He appeared a little excited Stuart Merriek, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair
but not extraordinarily so. 235 W. Miami Ave 488.2473 W. Venice Ave 488-311f

I He like didn't he talk much.from He sounded -1" .to.._____ ...4i11111 1111D111 I.,"IIL TM lUl.Iti............ __. -
was up north:
NOTICE TO VOTERS!
'i not like a southerner. He saidhe'd TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
f gone out in the palmettoto
,j do some hunting, and that JUST ARRIVED SHIPMENT OF Today and Tomorrow Tonight May 4

:\,.ii! ,. Inasmuch as I have no opposition in the was why he was out there. SPRINKLERS ALL SIZES I LIFE"
FOR
"The next thing I knew "A GLOBAL AFFAIR"with "LUST
,: t May 5th Democratic Primary. about It was when the FBI SPECIAL: LAWN RAKES . . . 69c I starring"
men came into the station Wed. 1
MY NAME WILL NOT BE ON THE BALLOT nesday morning. 213 W. Venice Ave. Hi. 488-4707 BOB HOPE KIRK DOUGLAS ....

- - "I went back out there with --' .IIII, _..........____. .
I l HOWEVER.: them. The tire marks where I --
he'd bogged down still couldbe Welcome/ To JIM WRIGHT'S

I I am the Incumbent and Democratic Nominee "We plainly did not seen look for the boy VENICE SEED & FEED STORE SHIRTS SLAX

.1 ;. for the Office of then. They found the skeleton A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER 'I -

the next day about 150 yards 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488.3457 121 W. Venice Ave. 48F3011
from where the car had been
TAX COLLECTORSARASOTA stuck When I was out there tElsaaresasase........................ __._ J-
that night with this man there
was no sign at all of a struggle T" SALES & SERVICEFOR I VENICE STATIONERSOFFICE
COUNTY or anything like that."

Eddie Bond, owner of Bond' 18 YEARS OPP. THEATRE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES

and name WILL APPEAR ON THE GENERAL Garage, 300 Seaboard Ave, Open 'Til 10 p.m. I Typewriters Machines Mechanically Op".led)
I my Venice, was the driver of the Adding ( / ,
G..r.ftl' __.. .. ... BI.'I
.U .hw TV. RADIO *
'I f ELECTION BALLOT IN NOVEMBER tow truck which pulled the WI .1., U a TV Ie .4 tnt whll. .......rlll. f M'", 11. Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If I***
Bryan auto back onto the hi,,,.
ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE i
WIIJ
way. 211 W. Venice Av. <
l Said Bond: "I got a call from Ph. 488-2618 311 Venice Ave. W. -
: 9 Your Support and Vote Will Be Sincerely Appreciated the Standard Station that there -- l 111111' 4 .:II
was a man stuck In the field.
When I got there you rouldn't VENICE CAMERA SHOP j DEL'S SEWING CENTER

: f (Miss) Charlie Hagerman even see the car for the pal.
; : metto bushes" Best Quality Processing in The Are FASHION FABRICS
Bond recalled
that he OF"
I 'I SEWING PATTERNS COMPLETE LINE
thought at the time It was a PROOF? ONE ROLL OR MONEY REFUNDED MOST
(Paid Political' Adv.) crazy place to get stuck, but NOTIONS AND ACCESSORIES IN THE AREA
; that the driver had a logical 4S..380J
323 W. Venica Ave. Ph, 488.2421 W Venice
I .xetwnegon.! Are.
I
jl l I "He told me N JaM just _. ""-.,,"'" ,.., ,. -" _. _4 ___. .,1 4.' : : '_'H ," .



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Kiwanis

Club Hears Law Day Speaker wNeerwsseRlr_ ;


Liw U the intangible force at tile -
makes freedom and club weekly meeting of the interests cess. There is need for
that pro. saW"It is law that con i iy
"
,reM possible Roy E. Dean order into the affairs| of bring Growth Development slant vigilance against the enactment -
told members of the Venice that enables' them to Jilt men their- "Law permits the growth of of unwise lawl I and for
Kiwanis Club list week. sights above mere survival great cities and the develop the modification of other lawsthat
Friday Law Day USA accumulate: possessions. to ment of enterprises In fact, do not serve the. general
|I. dedicated to an understandIng enloy life among their fcllowi and to it is the cement that holds our welfare l ," he added But. letno

of this powerful force and "Law gives the individual free society together," Dean man suppose, however that
to the more extensive use of security declared. relief from laws he does not JT r

that
It for the benefit of mankind" man could obtain Pointing out that the full like can be found by fightingthe 1 N I +
In "
]lie, added no other way, he emphasized _, flowering of human endeavor general rule of law.."

Dean a local attorney, 'and protect the familyand is possible only when the indi- Pointing out the juvenile delinquent -
speaking on the subject "The I other groups organized for I vidual is free to think for himself is in trouble because
role of Law in American life" the advancement of common. to follow hi. own bent, he has not learned to adjusthis iti
----- and to enjoy the fruits of his conduct to the standards of .

own efforts, Dean declared, the community of which he I.a I.
"he can do this only if he lives part, Dean declared the fight ;
Cancer Crusade in a society in which hi. rights against delinquency is merely +r ,

1- are protected and hi. basic a part of the continuance ril
obligations are fixed by law:' struggle for voluntary acceptance ,
Admitting that some men of law as the civilized t IaAY .M r

Given Extension fail to see the basic role of substitute for chaos and terror
law in our society because of .

the restraints that specific: "The rule of law has attained .
Mrs Charles McG Roberts. arts, who has headed the drive laws lay on their activities, the great strength among us .
South County Cancer Cruaade for 17 consecutive years, "and speaker declared "Law is the because It is the law of free
chairman, announced today i if they do this time, III feel alternative to choose on one men," he ssld "We have
that the campaign: haa been ex I'm slipping and should re hand and terror on the other" learned respect for law because I J tt//.. 1... 1

tended until Saturday tire! He also admitted no. system in general our law has

"The quota U $T.Son and Mrs Roberts named of government known to manIs been worthy of respect. Law I
must be reached," raid Mrs additional volunteers several free from errors of judgment thus becomes the servant and
Roberts She added that since remaining for the in the law making_pro not the master of free men," ,
week of the
last week appeal in The Venice Gardens Mrs drive VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE.alruav.raar.as.r .
God
GONDOLIER, volunteer workers trey H. Weiss Mrs. ; Nli

contributions have turned raising in additional the total I; Weir Mr,., John Mrs.L.Thomas Ferguson Floyd J., Mrs Fox D., w REELECTFe RExAtL O11R Jt fj r 1 ff.U'l" i fiIi!: '(MT-31 ANTISEPTIC= ::r ,;: ( i i'vii

collected in the :
#.200. campaign to Vincent North Port J. Huneke Charlotte Mrs Russ JORDAN "1e.0 ASPIRIN ALeO.REX esetsauasPlo "'I MOUTHWASHMONACET R

"But .e're still $1.300 short" ,,1. H Payne, Mrs Charles 1 ao r..erkq ran.e.deteq Atcoslos: ISTACAlMA ..
said Mrs Roberts, "and It the Henry, Mrs Rorneyn t. Utley, .r, tp1i Your Democratic Candidate REX Pka ,\tREXALL "NT LOTION '- remaining volunteers will just Mrs Pall! Erickson, Mrs 1e Sk,' FOR a rM'I"abhIk"rlta slat
make a special effort, I'm sure Claude Keen, Mrs Kenneth H j STATEREPRESENTATIVE .I r icwaN.h I 2for1/1/ i ;; i

.'e will meet our quota." Gibbs Mrs. Edward E. Frank s1: '. .\ 2,, -.r,._................".... r i j 2for9C i .
Mr.. ...
Inei ..
The South County cancer: Booker, Mrs. Irene 60C ewr M M.IJa ellka.leDtt"rbwnt5M' -
drive chairman added that anyone Kent. w:. ;iii PRIMARY MAY S Zfor7cIk < l5ffiiON5mM5tht
missed In the solicitationmay South Venice (East side) ,. rawlout. 4--.1 ?_ ; ; :i JJJu.
'"
contribute by giving their Mrs N. Gierberg irru ix n hrl 2 to fel.l lWl.a.. "UEYELO PEROXIDE .. a .rr cuto antcne 1 "

money to Mrs. Alice Lumleyat Venice Bay Trailer Park IYI LOTION 1 ...... -
the Venice-Nokomis Bankor Mrs. C. A. Armour. : ; ::: ---
by sending a check to Mr.. COMPETENT/ BEST QUALIFIED I .m e Ia

Roberts, Rt 1, Box 142, Nokomis : = : 1 RExYIu
\
,
Service OfficerThe VOTE for HENRY ("SKIP") R.Ll RUBBING; @I Is: '- l' 0 S.2Orai.Orai.aaavil Orai.c -' J APC Tablets

Mrs Roberts said a few of ; JI

the letter, that were sent out County Service Officer WILLIFORD ALCOHOL I Flee oars of tmpi ;

remain unanswered "But I'm will be in South County com H*,HMI. t*.,, t MilK of OIUIiLiIS hes: ",, Reu 6O, f I IIi
still hopeful they will be answered munltles on a schedule an IN of Tu.a
," she said nounced today bv Service Of Former ASSOCIATE CITY JUDGE 4 &3 MAGNESIA FUNGI-RtX, _
"The South County has never ficer Jesse F WalJsce Past ASSITANT PUBLIC DEFENDER 2for80BUFFERED< ,L'I' ,,,,ptl 100'sy
T 1M.N. l lHMU
G $1
Jet me down," said Mrs Job The schedule: *" :-,.
Venice City Hall PROSECUTING ATTORNEY then tl t Mdp M.lklwt E "
The MC E5! 2w 2 a
Cea ,.,
end, third and Na'ia f two ts !: L for
fourth \Vednes- Saritots$ e Democrat 5th
County Primary May I 64
White Shrine dar of each month from 2 to sc 990LW
4:80 p.m. Paid Pol. Ad*, by Candidate : ..3
r Englewood Veterans Club _
Plans Dinner the second and fourth Wednesday --

I I from 20 a.m. to noon YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn R.a.ll P\\ IT-.I7'1"JIJ..ltflTJ r JHi ,- l-# SACCHARIN ,
North Port Charlotte City 3 < <
ENGLEWOOD There
will ,
"" e Inl"v1,00
be a covered dish luncheonheld Hall The third Wednesday Auto Insurance BR. ; ; Tablets
from VITAMIN C
10 a.m. to
by the Englewood White noon. ASPIRIN .
p. Shrine Club in the i I I. NEW LOW RATES IAoIoItUoiI !.E ,
CommunityRoom i
nlif I'! "" IOD re'-'sell
hip. lute I
N" u
of the Englcwood Savings 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS Ii 'P 100.... WERrSI :

It Loan, McCall Road, at Rebekah Rummage 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT: AGENT SERVICE tail n your awne.stomact Won'tspiel .....,." ..- KI d ev 2 far 4Ocw

noon Friday May 8th, with all I A '
ENGLEWOOD Hebeksb. REWL. ..,' 2 uccun 1.
those attending requested to e1FiERtO 100's lag. 980 2120th. ,
Lodge No. 80 together with the ,
.
bring their own table service
Triple Link Club of ,
Englewood, r ,4 r r 1101r.
A meeting will follow at 1:30: sI2for 99t = .. VITAMIN GER.RITE t 1
C b
will hold a rummage sale that =w. +r .a r. l
with all Free and Accepted AGENCY .. .
features < nlel" 1"amIDc "tar d
new and .
Masons I goods baked ,.... a
invited.
cordially au" "InOTNK.'
goods wall. Venice Avenue ..... ....
as It will be in the 116 W. "e '0'" REO. 4.79 x
Odd Fellows' Hall, Englewood Te l. 488.2280 J sA [ _.1- #
i Road, from 9:00: to 2:00: May > phon eels.R.e.. ; 2 l a = 2.98 PANOVITE
School "
MenusSchool SHAVE CREAMS "'
Bth, with coffee and doughnuts I 4.80 MUIT-VTAMINS{ {

I served to those attending RDtAII AEROSOL !2/.220 sly [,d I/as ,wee.. non e'r' Iw a+.." <
lunchrooms in the _, .... r _. __ __u -. 1 i 1.k r ...et M 111 tzar .Ir r M YI
"
area will be serving the following oc ..r 11 ... R.O.Pas ....I..., 100.....1III'/ WINI ruN+N..searPANOVITE
meals this week VITAMIN 1:3: and IRONTONIC I

Nokomis Elementary School 01aan.Nr a Adr -. B12 "tan| PANOVITE
MONDATl lhlv,.eoM In reuVr ,1i1C ; ........ o MNT sill Mnerel; CM M YfOe
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It ,sell4tt 2ar, ,70 1

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yhl Ud. (
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C1tPiety 1In., lliYt t. ..NT f fAST DANDRUFF TREATMENT SHAMPOO ,de'.--......2 for ..502i II a.A.nr 1
I r E" DOusir tell) PtRltEDLE Y RO.1.S0
p..r ..w _..... ( : EWRVa'llITt RICK WHEt SMMPOOiit 70 RUOff,
O.ar.b.oreM :\\:1.:: lilT CONOIIIONIU SHAWM. !O. _,_...2 for .99 2 151
Raa..d, oplUri SIIQUE CRUM SHAMPOO .'k QQ l 1..ee.n.r-.5, :: ..: ,N lXAII lor
..Restates A"1.t. ,. .:. 3.p ,,talk p/ ..:M< 7CSHEER HAil aA. l a. 2 for ..B0Rao
En
Venire Elementary School ;T
1I0"DAT, ; (
seine. ....... I F SPRING LILY TOILETRIES
I.n,,. M.e.le.i ..... { COMFORT sNAw AFTER SHAVE

Cnlee Oran...a1. I b'. 'T'1@, __ SUPPORT PtfNAVt I I 1 afaot nl lee alts Yn'COIWw' r, 1 .,, Mal rr.a
/ LOTIONS ai i p all, 3i.
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Venice Junior-Senior 'j ACTION 69. COTTON BAILS PLAYING
AA RAIL 2".7045c
art ROa PsA d Io
High School HI"OSOTt CARDS \

MOP."..ay...",...... MkM{ dill ihiK .:. = '" I P aauARs COTTON P ,e Pea

::.JI.-; "C.. 5I.if .W halls Ps,C a/er! 2",46 dte rynncAl. -n" UN/N
r''a w -2i. t1. w.q.. IAUII w ENVELOPS
Cnnlloa 2i.X30 ,., BABY PANTS os kAW a
II
awe.
Milk .: no f a ..w".r rl i

vi 0,0.5 RNDAT,. .,5 tr.l.te..ak Elect Haydon Burns GovernorPROVEN j20 :h.lnM,o;t. 2 for 50c

_
tNe 01 CASCADE
Dtttw.i i MON CET IWIL Ne-S ,T5 N5TAB M..a BABY GIFT WRAPPINGS HPEWRITEIIAIUTS .

0P.a5A a.H.M ''k1IION18D4Y PROGRESS TRUSTED LEADERSHIPMayor ASPIRIN y i. TOILETRIES L sreder.wrelu a.. .
k ":-t\ pe.a. JimMi

rub.. e-d.k, .k. '"1 .i...TS' I a.a..I all tM easy wny earl,I III".. RAM m IN Ill&., ..F. .,.t' =.-3.... r Ire.r ,AI'. 2',4Dt \ T' ,
Adminiafration! ; Otreel.
Public r/1P
15 Y of Successful! HID WAMPM,ml Pw a .
Ore..eb.Y: wlUt .. ._ Burns has tors 2iw 2,. fin IAn TALC ...\t. .". '50 .....".',.....11.--

." M.pAYI Behind Him at Chi.f Executive of One of the Southt.,t's Most J 9pe R:'" 2 for 90, ..A 10; 2,26< Y.N.l-era

... .....
tJIITII8D4T'.h.
= ...... w alas Prosperous Cities. "

A... Yl.d

J Marble l....I d .lutes SOUP BOWL SUNDAY 19c '
FRIDAY 1 ik" Paid political advertisement* by the Sarasota County H.yJon Burns for Governor I

.11-..It_I and .k..wl.laa wmmirtee Clay Gardaniliira, Jr. eeordmator-Lfwrer.ee Robtnion, Treawrsr We reserve the right to limit quantities wh lie supplies latt Federal tat where spplcableMONDAY I I II

.rd,. plekld ......_ .:..,_.- ....-P! __ .. J

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, FOUR GONDOLIER t -- MONDAY MAY *,
THE 11,
___________
mitteei to remind people of And Steven Sekelak.
Youth And The Franchise the voting day" Denver, Colo., nta V ot
Ute
Simplify the voting procedure schools to place
and extend the voting period greater ell\o I
ORlpqando1ie' for working people, lays Ro phasls on the "torpor eibility tit
17, of Hagers- vote and the technique
berta Spector #

'f1 'H Jf.. "=1 Future Voters In No Hurry town, Md. ing. --

:. /d VOTE TOMORROW!


-1L l To Cast Their First BallotsBy ..'..........-...-- ..., -

.
MEMBEB OP THE ASSOCIATED FRESJ:! ._ MEMBER OF THE: FLORIDA PRfSS': ASSOCIATION ELECT
I
Th. A....,'..... PrtM .to mlmlvrt tntltlH to m. for rroublk-.tlon' of .11 ..". dlipitrhM .rod"od to
or not tlwrvlM. nd .|.. .local. am publl.hxl .......... All rights of rtpubllnUonf 1 FLOYD
.....t.1! dlfpauthM arc alto .*...vod. t POTTER
Tho n.w. and .keel, idvtrtfeliif IOn''.nt of ibis iwwipaixr X loprrlfhted and la rtpublltaUoa. .laprcMlr w.
forblddm mwt>t br written prrmlMloa.PttblUhed ,
; ,, RepublicanCommissioner
Ever Mondar and Thnradar from 111-14 t: Miami, Avmua
Bntmd Ai Sfcond CI... Mattw At Pent Offlc a t Vmlca, Florida

EDWARD D. BALL .. ............ ..................... Editor and Publisher

COURTNEY WILLIS .. .. ... ... .......... .. .. Advertising Manager Sarasota
J County
/' SAM DILLON .. ... ..... .. ..... .............. News and Newsphoto Editor

j ROGER KILBY ...... ........ .......... .. .... .. Mechanical Superintendent District 5

t, I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $3.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 J1uH FLOYD POTTER Uw }fa

per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county $6.25 per year, $4.25 people of Sarasote County,

{ per six months, $3 per three months. j their needs and desires tin( :

:
s
I Your Vote: Use It! + Serving third term as President of Englewood Chamber d

Commerce;

Tomorrow ts the day of the great There are 9,706, South County citizens I b Served as Vice President Englewood Builders and Con
tractors Association;
American levelar. eligible to vote In tomorrow's election. .
It's election day. It'i the day when of them could vdecide Served the County in advisory capacity in the r-orgami
Normally some 50 cent
per
of Council
the
tion Light Industry ;
your ont vote Ii just ai Important ai the be expected to the chance to EUGENE GILBERT the fate of a country" have no valid excuse for not
mitt fellow's. That goes whether you or pass up President, Gilbert Youth she explains. going to the polls. Service in Parent-Teacher Association Cub Scouts, county
he ii a little or big hot. cast their ballot.Don't Research, Inc. We asked the teens what Many of the teens, including sponsored local Recreation Council, Volunteer" Fin
I be the stay-at-homes. Despite recent proposals u they think of some of the vol. Melissa Dixon 14, of Tacoma, Department and Friends of the Library;
All it takes be for
; to voter is among
a you lower the voting age most ing requirements that exist or Wash., advocate "phoning com-
: to be of age, in possession of your civil Whom you vote for is your own business. young people today are con- have been proposed. Sixty-five Actively engaged In building construction;
rights and a ense of duty. The main thing is that you vote tent to wait until 21 to go to per cent would require a liter. Member of two-man team that led to appropriation for
the polls. acy test, and about the game .SwhnInS7o research into cause and cure of Red Tide
That's especially]] true of the number 63 per cent thinka
girls. When we talked recentlyto minimum amount of school-
I ; 1250 teen-agcrs, we found Ing should be required. A vast County Government Is Service To
Why the boys much more anxiousto majority 91 per cent of WaterAT
vote than the girls Seventy. the boys and girls says thereis The People
'.. two per cent of the girls favor no need for property owner
Joseph Francis Bryan Jr. is the only The FBI summation continues that Bryan leaving the voting age whereit ship or minimum income as Warm Mineral Elect FLOYD POTTER Who Has A

1 in th. abduction and killing of "is considered mentally unbalanced, irra is, but 58 per cent of the voting qualifications.
j suspect boys think you should have to Supporting the need for a Record Of Civic Service
t5.. iavn-year-eld St. Petersburg boy tional, impulsive and has twice escaped be 21 to vote. literacy test. Noelle Gann, 17, Springs
whose skeleton was found in a palmetto confinement. He has attempted suicide, Those teens who did feel the of Hagerstown Mr., thinks Miles of
12 South
voting age should be lowered "Every voter should be able Venice (Paid Political Advertisement)
thicket last has been armed with .38 caliber revolver
near Venice Thursday. a On US
41
generally agreed it should be to, at least, read and be ableto .
The 25-year-old Bryan faces two other when previously arrested and has allegedly set at 18, although nine per comprehend and to write."

charges of kidnaping young boys, one admitted enjoying seeing young boys cent suggested a compromiseage Dave Bacon, 17, of Fort t J.i"" "; ..,. !.i 1 ; r' )11 11 ng
of 19 Virtually]] all the Wayne, Ind argues. "Youdon't
?
of whom slain in South Caro tied and screaming"Bryan
was brutally up
boys and girls 93 per cent have to go to school to
lina. The other boy, from Tennessee, luck. is but one of the scores of deranged think it should be the same know polities. NOW OPENFOR
fly was still alive when the FBI apprehended degenerates on the loose in this for men and women. Learn American History!
Some of the Those feel voters should
youngsters who
\ Bryan in New Orleans last weak. country. Like Bryan, many have been put mostly boys think that if a have a minimum amount of
Bryan must b. presumed innocent until away, then turned scot-free to commit young man Is old enough to schooling generally agree with
ha is found guilty-which ha undoubtely more of their unspeakable crimes upon join the armed forces at 18, Steve Moyer, 16, of Geneva,
he Is old enough to vote As N. Y. who says, "If a persondoesn't BUSINESSAT
Is-by a jury of his peers, or is adjudged the young and the innocent.
Theodore H. Wans, 17 of Oklahoma know anything about
insane-which he obviously is. The judiciary and sociologists have City, Okla, puts It. "If Am rlca's history and the 142 E. MIAMI AVE.
Th. FBI, who listed him among its ten long discussed and debated what to do we can die for our country we present policies of this country,
should have a voice in run- he should not be allowed to
most. wanted criminals, describe him as about these individuals. Certainly thereis ning It"Sally vote"

"a dangerous former mental patient with no reason why a solution can't be foundto Ann Cory, 16 of Danla, However, Stan Miller, 16, of
; a record of sex offenses against young this growing national problem, brought Fla., points nut that teen-agent Miami Beach, Fla., claims
fu' home tragically to Venice last wee are exnected to pay taxes and "People can still have an Ides
boy- so obey the laws and adds "some about politics without reading ,
teenagers I know are more or without a formal education. -
mature than some adults" ." 4
II ; Need Experience The boys and girls !had several
A Bug's World Speaking for the 66 per cent suggestions for raising the
of the boys and girls who favor number of people In the United
leaving the voting! age whereit States who vote. Several sup
Is, David Koellmg. 16, of port the suggestion< of Don
You may think that the current human and survival. On. reason for their con
Chicago, says, "Good judg- Grant 15 of Mitchell, S. Dak W,SLR
:r; population of three billion is a lot of tinued success is their seniority. They have ment seems to come from age Don thinks "the government
d: people in the world, but consider how been million and experience." should give an income tax exemption
; on earth for 150 long
years
?.ir many. insects live with us. Jan Grunderson, 17, of Seat or reward" to those
before man.Consequently. tle stresses the need for ma- peoole who vote. Eileen Bern-
>: Entomologists with the Florida Agricultural turity. "Even at 21 many people stem, 17, of Dorcester, Mass.
rt.: Extension Service say that insects say the entomologists, are not mature enough to proposes fining<< all those who McGEE'S BARBER SHOPAir
j rl: : comprise about 80 per cent of the world' nature has had a great opportunity to
I + ic 3<: .t( u 4r rt *
: lower and higher animal population. build a creature that can withstand all Conditioned For Your Comfort

I' :, Insects see the most successful creatures sorts ef battles against its most aggressive VENIC;: MOVIE LOG FORMERLY WITH ARCADE BARBER SHOP HOURS: 8 A.M. TO 5.30 P.M.

on earth/ judging by their adaptability competitor man. GULF THEATRE! TROICAL(
DRIVE-IN THEATRE K' [ ........ ',," < un i: JUIht
Today &: Tomorrow

Bob Hope In Today, Ma: 4
I "A GLOBAL At'FAIR""Ll'ST FOR LIFE"
Calling All Fishwaves. with The Global Girls with

Wed. thru Sat Kirk Douglas
( Some pcniut;: has come up now with an Both sound and light supposedly "KISSIN'
COUSINS"t ...II... North.. U, gt
;1.,. electronic fish. caller which, it says here, have been combined in the compact new with Elvis Presley 11 per n.
1; is guaranteed to antic fish to the exact invention.The .

j spot you wish to snag '.m. sound waves, though only moderately

hII j According to word from the outfit audible to the human ear, travel

I which is going to market the transistor.Vi' some 200 to 300 yards through the water EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

ind fish caller, Ichthyologists have known and reportedly attract fish directly to
j EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
Vi' for some time that fish respond to sonic the source
J! .
r oscillations (A four bit word for sound)II If they keep on they'll manage to TRADITIONAL

I between 50 and 300 cycles and to light engineer all the fun out of fishing yet.I us style your favorite vase
''iG ceramic into beautiful 'lamps.

tlet Kewl;/Ing Restyling/
All Lamp Repairs

I ;$I Library Column by Experienced Craftsmen Designers and d


i By B. LARZ NEWTON THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

I I fi:: !
Editor Friends of the Library 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA


1 SHAKESPEARE YEARI For ever and a Jay-At You Like If.
t' Save time...drive W
4 And literally illuminate his life and Out touch of nature makes the whole

f 1 t career the whole civilized world has be world kin-Troilut and Crtaida RETURN REPUBLICAN ...use our Drive-In Teller.

I come his stage. Whot't ;In a name. That which we calla

I t ,'', This then ii e most excellent time to rose DON JOHNSTO .

I repeat some quotations from Shakespeare.They By any other name would smell as
.
never grow stale. swee/-Romeo and Juliet. THESCHOOL

How far that !little candle throws his All the wor/o"i/ a sroje-Ai You We
beams/ /It. BOARD VENICE OFFICE

So shines a good deed in a naughty In your Free Public Library are excellent 601 South Tamiami Trail

world-The Merchant of Venice. volumes of quotations. The latest ad. EXPERIENCED s 1
't There h either bad
nothing good or
dition is Burton E. Stevenson stately
but thinking makes it so-Hamlet.
f HOME BOOK OF QUOTATIONS. You Positive Program FIRSTSAVINGS
Wt hove teen better doyt-Jimon of
/Meis.In may enjoy compiling your own list of

: the twinkling ef an eye-The Me,. favorite lines from Shakespeare.USE For ExcellenceIn
"
S : chant of Venice; YOUR LIBRARY. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTAMAIN

i Education
t OFFICE SOUTH GATE ST. ARMANDS
: ,
VOTE FOR 200 S. Pineapple Ave. 3550 S. Tamiami Tr. 361 Harding Circle


r j j t :h i!: Vote Tomorrow! DON JOHNS May 5thPaid Mtmb r Patrol 'Horn* Loan, lank SystemPAGE

Political Advertisement by Don Johns Campaign Fund

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MAY 4, 1964
THE GONDOLIER PAGEFtYt
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Iheppard -Alsfon Wedding Club Tours IDr. Williamson Weds! Sarasotan I


Six Gardens Elizabeth J. Steffcns of Sara. The reception will be held ..
Ii Was Tallahassee Event sota will become the bride of immediately after the cere f., '-- -
Dr Douglas E. Williamson of mony at the Thompson home
Elise Alston of TomorrowSix this city tomorrow at 11 a.m. The couple will honeymoonin
Sylvia
p ,i the at the home of her parents, Mr. the Caribbean Islands and
bride
: became
City Ahn outstanding gardens in and Mrs L. T. Thompson of will be at home on Manasota
Lee Sheppard of
Donald K Y, in a candle. the Venice area will be on view 4385 Fruitville Road, Sarasota. Key after June 1. a
jott at East Hills 'ra dl tomorrow morning when mem Dr Williamson Is the son of The bride-elect is a native of
i ceremony ti bers of the Venice Garden club Mr and Mrs B 1. Williamsonof Sarasota and was educated In
in Tallahassee
I Church
list, make their annual garden tour North Taml-ml Trail, Sarasota the Sarasota schools and at the
"April 1he Gerald Duke hortlculturalist of Cincinnati Ohio .
bride I Is the daughter of :; University ( )
and Mrs George I. Alston and landscape gardener, will The single] ring ceremonywill Dr. Williamson, an opthal-
St, Grove City ; conduct the tour and answer be performed against a mologist with offices In Venice
I Downing is the son of Mr questions. background setting of pink and Medical Center, the Rialto, re
groom the white carnations and gladioli ceived his education at Northwestern .
Mr. Don M. Sheppard of I. Among gardens shown
Judge William Hereford will
will be those of Mrs. Carl University, Northwestern
,burgh, Pa.doublering (i M
read the wedding
| vows
Hamilton Mrs Daisy Foster, Medical School and at iI
ceremony Mrs William Noyes, Mrs Or and Mrs Rudolph L Cut- Brooklyn (N.Y.) Eye and Ear I
performed by The Rev ino of Sarasota will serve as Hospital
Parker Page, Mrs Howard
r Tindall, pastor, and the > + Moore and Mrs. Carl Venner- best man and matron of honor. He Is a member of American :: Sns
J,, was given in marriage tr:; holm. Medical Assn, Florida Medical a
; : J<
,her father. <'.. Social Cards Set Assn., American Academyof ai a,
her wedding gown she .' The Vennerholm garden is
.| r Opthalmology and Otolaryngology -
re ivory peau de soie fash- said to have an outstanding For Wednesday Pan-American Assn of II. .eter+'"s' .
with short sleeves] app ;: 1 display] of roses, a plant whichis Mesdames A. E Bethel, Oplhalmology, Sarasota County r,
neckline and a bell-skirt. I becoming more and more Ruth Turkenkoph and Fred Medical Society, and direct If.
I (floor.length dress had popular for Florida gardeners Ritter will be hostesses at the tor of Venice Branch Eye Bank
f; train, fastened at the ; Members of the club will Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club and St. Jcseph's Hospital affiliated
t and in lieu of a veil she meet at 10 a.m. at the parking social card games Wednesdayat Eye Bank.
'a lace mantilla Her bou. tit lot at Sarasota Federal Savings I p.m. at the Harbor Drive He is also a member of VenIce +
was an orchid in a cas- and Loan Assn and go immediately clubhouse. Area Noon Lions Dub, U .
of ribbons centered on a on the tour. Guests may make up their S. Coast Guard and u.s. Pow.er ELIZABETH J. STEFFENS
J 'l Bible There will be a short bust- own tables There will be door Squadron. m
| S. C. was her only attend. Mrs Robert Vieta after the The party la open to the public .
Miss Keen's gown, of slmi. tour .
cut, was of pink taffeta ATTENTION ALL DEMOCRATS
.ade, and she carried a
let of pink daisies V-N Presbyterian Circles

t jtst her,man James was Sheppard the groom's Ush- Living Between Stickney Point Road and the

were James Valentine, a Meet in Homes Tomorrow
State ....,.....
fdi Universityd -- "- J South Boundary of Sarasota County:
and David Alston of MRS DON SHEPPARD I Circles of the Venice-Nokomis 'Drive, Venice Gardens Mrs.
fandina, Beach, the bride's nee Elise Alston Presbyterian Church will William Cadwallader will lead YOUR POLLING PLACES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
(her meet tomorrow as follows: the Bible] study
Jor her daughter's wedding, ies series Their flowers were Circle One will] meet at 10 Circle Four will meet at Precinct 6 South Trail Lions Club
\ Alston wore a suit of pas. The groom's mother identical pink orchids. -
wore an a.m. at the home of Mrs Harold noon at the home of Mrs. Richard -
j blue and silver brocade appliqued pin J k shantung I Wedding music was by students C. Beake of 113 West Shade Ackerman of 204 Gulf Precinct 7 Nokomis Fire Station
| satin with white accessor- sheath with matching accesGREEN'S of the FSU Music School, Drive, Venice Gardens. Mrs Drive The Bible study will be
which the bride attended Miss Marie Winn will be the co- given by Mrs Donald Clapp. I Precinct 8 Venice Gardens Recrea
Florence Clark organist played hostess Mrs C. F. Smart will Circle Five will meet at 1:30: tion Center
fD}. FUEL OF FLORIDA Purcell' "Trumpet Volun give the Bible study p.m i at the home of Mrs. Leila -
:
fii.' CORPORATION tary" as a processional and Circle Two will meet at 10 Hermanson of Moss Lane, VenIce :: Precinct 9 Englewood Rec. Center
Wallands' Tocata" as recesslonal a.m. in the fellowship hall of Gardens. Mrs. James
Member Chamber of Commerce Flute soloist was Barbara the Church on the Rialto Mrs. Swapp will be the co-hostess Precinct 21 Venice Civic Center
OMESTIC COMMERCIAL Gettel, who played Bach David McIntyre will be the The Bible] study will be a
INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Precinct 26 NPC Community Center
"Jesu, Joy of Man Desiring." hostess Mrs. Charles Pils will round-table discussion
Heating and Air Conditioning Grady Toler sang "Wedding give the Bible] study Circle Six will meet at 10:00:
footing & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas Prayer." Circle Three will meet at a.m. at the home of Mrs. Del VOTE MAY 5TH FORkai
A Following the wedding a reception 1:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. Traver of 204 Bay Shore Cir
Ranges Water Heaters was given !In Lonnmlre Ward Martin of 305 Glen Oak cle. Mrs Sam Roth will give :
Free Estimate Hall at the University. Out of the Bible study. :
No Job Too Big or Too Small town guests besides member Circle Seven will meet at 8p.m PAUL TAYLOR
263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 488.2271 of the wedding party and par Rotady-Anns at the home of Mrs. Richrd -
ents, were: Mr. and Mrs S Doudna of 317 E. Alba
S. Service of Monrie. La.; Mrs. Will See Movie Street. Mrs. Creighton Hatten ti
Seymore Grady Mrs John R Rotary.Anns will see a Walt will give the Bible study Constable District 2
K RE.ELECTRuss Sanderson and son. Russell of Disney nature movie at their All women interested In
Wilhamsport, Pa.; Mrs B. H. regular] monthly luncheon Presbyterian fellowship are Invited i
Sherman, of Tampa; Mrs meeting Wednesday at 12:30: p to attend any of these (paid Political, AdyjFLORIDA'S )
JORDAN David Alston and sons David, m. at Early Wynn Lane.. circle meetings. -
Jeffery and Kenneth Alston, of The film, courtesy of First -
s Enelewood Federal and Loan
i'1'.a Savings
Your Democratic CandidateFOR
The young couple will !live Assn.. will be ""Nature' Half
in Endicott, N. Y., where Sheppard Acre.
STATEREPRESENTATIVE is employed as a staff en. Mrs. John G. Meadows, presIdent -
i ifineer with the International will be in charge of the ONLY
\ Business Machines Corp business meeting [
y PRIMARY MAY 5 Mrs. Sheppard plans to continue All visiting and local wivesof
(Paid Political Adwltatmtnt) her musical education at, Rotarians, and their guests, CANDIDATE
WEST COAST
a nearby college.County are welcome


I Home Den nonstration Clubs W

ANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAl Hold Achievement t; Day In Venice 1 ONLY ONE CANDIDATE HAS

.
'
Carry Out Member. of Sarasota County skits, a dress parade and a
Home Demonstration Clubs noon covered dish luncheon
will meet at Venice Civic Cen Miss Katherine Blackshear :tij 11 TAKEN A STRONG STAND ON
BUCKET of. ter Thursday at 10 a.m. for Florida Power and Light Co
.
their Achievement Day program home economist, and H. L Mc. : .4 !
Cann, author of "Highway Saf ,
Events will include talks, ety," will be the guest speak. ___ 5 VITAL ISSUES !
ChIcken ers Skits will be presented by
Sarasota, Venice Area, En(le-
Phoebes Plan Card wood and Nokomis Clubs aftera

Party On ThursdayHMS dress parade in the after

WHOLE 2'/2' LB. of noon Those attending requested
Phoebe Chapter are
c'2 60 Daughters of the British Empire to bring a covered dish and con KELLYr
CHICKEN ((10 Pieces) will sponsor a public card their own table service Host-
at 1:30 at will be Mesdames George : 0ui
WITH party Thursday : p m eses
SLAW
: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE Sarasota Federal Savings and Baker, Marcus Brooks, Calvin ." ;
'1/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS Loan Assn community room Sanborn, Lydia Keyser, Louise 4
all orders packed In foil lined buckets! Hostesses will be Miss Rocco, Frank Lindgren and
Gladys Baggs and Mesdames Fred Borden IS- THAT MAN !
hone
Ahead your order will be ready Raymond Eves, Alexander Angus .

PHONE 488.5075 and Francis Rycroft GOP Women
Reservations may be made

W. T. GRANT CO. j by 453 calling Baynard Mrs. George Drive Key She of Meet Wednesday

should also be notified of cancellations Venice-Nokomis Republican
'ALTO' SHOPPING CENTER VENICE Women's Club Wednesday will CIVIL RIGHTS! Scott Kelly opposes fWj bill with every fibre of hIs being.( Scott Kelly

._- -_._. -- .""I .f hear state reports conventions on the nationaland at their stands as Florida's symbol against this vicious bill. Your vote for Scott Kelly

first meeting following these Is your way of showing you are against this bill I
events

EXPERIENCE COUNTSELECT held The at luncheon Early meeting Wynn will Steak be PRAYER IN SCHOOLS Scott n/wffl Jo everything In hS! power,as Gov.

m.House Members Wednesday are requested at 12:30: to p. ernor, to bring prayer and Bibfe/ -readmg back to our public schools! Your

make reservations vote for Scott Kelly will show that you want the Bible back In our public
Mrs Margaret Busbey, pres.
ident, will report on the Washington schools!
ROBERT "BOBZINN D. C., meeting, attended

and by the 3,000 Florida Republican Federation women, 1'4UTOTRUCK TAG COSTS Scott ICelK/ was the Legislature's valiant

OF CIRCUIT COURTThe gathering in St. Augustine, at leader against this burdening tax load, a load which hurts the people who
CLERK tended by 300 Mrs Ann Lord,
member of the local club, was can afford it least. Your vote for Scott Kelly, the first candidate to vow

Man With 4 Years' Experience As Your publicity chairman of the National against this Increase will show you want this tax increase repealed I
Federation convention
DEPUTY CLERK Guest speaker on Wednesdaywill
be Earle Swift, Sarasota HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Scoff Ketry wtI! "'0 any and an legislation

AN ACTIVE REPUBLICAN County Committee Republican chairman.Executive which comes before him, as governor, which might change the homestead

QUALIFIED exemption. Your vote for Scott Kelly will mean you want the Homestead

Esthers Will Meet Exemption law to stay as ft bl!
CAPABLE HONEST

At Nixon Home GROCERY-MEDICINE SALES TAX!
PROMOTE Mrs. James Nixon of 1212 Scott Kelly wili VETO any
Groveland Ave. will be hostessto and all legislation which might put a sales tax on medicine or groceries.

DEPUTY CLERK "BOB" ZINNto their the social Esthers luncheon of Venice meeting at Your vote for Scott Kelly will mean that you do not want to pay any such taxi

at her home Wednesday at
12:30: p.m.
She will be assisted by Mew
dames Floyd Neel, Harry
Schoeneman, Albert Coates and
CourtON Mrs. Marjorie Mahoney
Clerk of The Circuit -

'-5. HOMETOWN

5th CLAIM SERVICE I tv t,
MAY 'a.,0
Call: j I

Paid political l Advertisement) soon;;""j'. HUSH kris 1.ue W Gsr.raa G ft
( ar'"TwiMw'" McPHERSON id is y tha iw w(wr9 I i1 i1M

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Haley



ReportBy


REP. JAMES A. HALEY

WASHINGTON C. We
ere told in Washington that the
Administration anticipates the
possibility of a new Cuban
crisis within six months or so,
end has made contingency
plans to meet threats on either
tM military or diplomaticfront.
I would certainly hope
CO
The truth Is that It the com
munist masters of Castro's
Cuba back up his big talk by
firing on United States reconnaissance
planes, they will be i' PANTRY
offering an opportunity tor ,'. vnY $i i <
which vast numbers of Americans
both North and South-
have been Itching since the ,
Bay of Pigs.Installation. '
of Russian ballistic : a :
missiles in Cuba was an \ \_
aggressive act, fully Justifying '\ 7-Q v\" \ .
armed intervention %
on our part.
This was withheld when Pre PlKIS
mier Khrushchev agreed with EffECTIVE
President Kennedy on remov
ing the missiles and some of MON., TUEs., WED?.
.
hi troops, called "technic. "i. : .'
4 1 MAT 4. Sr I 196-4
ians ;' STAMPB r
But as proof of good faith, -
Khrushchev promised On-site t ; -
inspection a promise which _....._ _! ii-r
(like most Russian promises) -
was never kept. Air reconnais-
while less than
lance a totally
satisfactory substitute, became SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN

our only recourse in a lean. TENDER-AGED GOV'T.-INSPECTED

peace.over-backwarda effort to keep a a PDTe'n HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!

Now Khrushchev has announced t 1 B
the transfer of Russian .
artillery in Cuba to Cas- FULL CUT
tro's control antf the final r
\
withdrawal of most of the

The Kremlin's advanced technician anti-aircraft troops h y p tl ROUNDSTEAK ;

missiles involved are capable iiiE
t of shooting down highflying
American I reconnaissance ii
planes Castro has threatenedto
do just that despite fair I

son earning that from these President flights are John essential in our meat dept. .

to our security and thata ,fl' Swiff's
"serious" view will be takenof '
dBE:
lb. C
any interference. 1 ,
While the administration'splans
for dealing with any such
interference obviously are secret 4 .
orsruaa.e
it can be assumed that if j POBIIX 49cpleg.
a trigger-happy Castro does
shoot down' one of our planes
after control of the
securing
dairy specials .
missile systems probably about "
May 1 this would compel 5 jjjj lreokatoM''c Sow
prompt retaliation against
Cuban antiaircraft bases, at Sour Cream
OO EF lEA
\ IOO
least. There are 24 of these locations .,
each with six firing
cites Jw 1 Green Stamps pint
Some officials cay guardedly vil Ait CMIMM vd/timfcut 39c
that, in the words of Gilbert LIQUID PRELL SHAMPOO wi cup
end Sullivan, "the punishmentwill t
fit the crime" if Castro r1 ..large.1,.. w.rise... ..$1.00, .. '''' r:1:: (' + Pillsbecy S or BM Bakiag ,CNOIIttQQiill.21000000000000
moves against us. This could
be taken to mean that American BiscuitsO
retaliation will be swift- ,. -.a4

but of the tailored offense to In the other magnitude words, a O..,00"-' FREE OO''i tt : ; ,: r 2 8o. 35 C

our response to the shooting!
cups
down of an aircraft will not be Jl Stamps ,r..
invasion, at one extreme, nor ,
*tut coupon o 4 llrtiTEA !
.. will it be mere diplomatic protest NESTEA INSTANT frozen foods
at the other extreme. Retaliation
,i. might for instance giant jar $1.29 Birds
take the form of wiping out the Mod. Mar t. SpiaOfch50mEF ;;

lam \ particular any i ileb or missiles from i if which were B'Lv.illji i' .O QMS a


f.. fired We against have been.us I am sure you : 50 5 box, $1

will agree endlessly tolerant pkgs.
of Castro's aggressions. But
J1l(
j there must be a limit to patience Groon. Stamps Aunt J* Jm
I all SMI MUM m4 nnAttf ok
1 and that limit may well !
j be reached in the next few YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE "-' WafflesB
l weeks We should as the 5 oz.: jar $1,09
President has implied we will .
continue undeterred in our l loooooooooOOOOOOOQ8) 3 Q=. $1
policy of reconnaissance as our pkg'
only assurance against establishment tl
of new missile installations .
or other Red military lIA 1O'O down produce lane "
build-up in Cuba. What hap- r-- -:41:
pens then is strictly up to Cast 15omEF Stamps.Florida Yellow Sweet ,
tro. rd furdlM*. t ; =, FOIL I

20 ft. roll 45c 10 59
t Music Week I UOOOOOOOOOOOQooo"."." ww.. Mer a 1164 8somEF CORN ears RINSO


; ObservationSetByVJHS BLUE

lIAm50 Libby's Tangy (limit 2 per customer with purchases of $3 or morel)


I J"/ Groon Stamps Tomato Juice ".?' 19C

More than 120 junior high, I eta 61.wrr...Nrdiw. ala <
school musicians will observe
'I National Music Week In the STA-PUF LAUNDRY RINSE Pride of Georgia Freestone (limit 2 please)
i Venice area with a spring concert hoi gol.l 75e
2V4 COOOOOOoooooooooooS
to be held in the high Peaches 19
d !. 'f f\Choolymnasium at 8:00: p.m. PIIIX ? 0 0 can
;.14'.' on May 8.

t tt The concert will be presented Kobey'i LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH
t jointly by the three musical departments ;COIOrXEXTRAillSO;::: toll
of the school, Band Potato 5' k 10 PURCHASES OF$3.00 OR MORE
,I Orchestra, and Chorus. This &}{ Groen Stamps IC 5. con

l will be the first joint concert I ...lit as! wafted Ldw.k &r WI_ _r
by these groups to be present. !
r 1 ed In the five years that the GLEEM TOOTH PASTE
rates sec. M Drip WHERE SHOPPING tS A PLEASURE,
junior high school has been in family ill 83c 1 Ib.can.
I t existence Each group will pre. ..1 lr.4 W..., ..* a 9M r't', C.IIooffee . . . 89''It
aent approximately 20 minutes QO 0 0 0000000000000000 Venice Shopping Center
N
I 1 of music in the hour long pro t Ib, 'f.

gram. Cocoa . pkll. 43 1 1
.
sold
Tickets will be by members ( ( g 1
,. of the three organizations! 50IOrXEXTRA 000'SO Swifl'i 'nmlumBeef Store Hours
UDLIA
t", involved or may be purchased Stew loaea': : 49f. L ;j :
l ot the door. Donations of sev J,/ Green Stamps . .
R K t T s
cents for adults and I l ilifciico.I ** f > I
enty-five
twenty-five cents for students SWIFT'S PREMIUM T-V'Pu.'ioA'; ] SBWlfte"e"-fiu"'Hcoa".s.h' 15V4 t ci. 39f. f.;: # MOIL-Frl I 8:30-9:00: 9:

I I will be requested. Funds de. 601. pkg. 39c . . can _f/
.
the concert will be SwihreriuA' -
rived from
;{ 4 used shared for by music the three and groups other sup and Sooo rt n/aft ft A A WMr A n n o"o a n 1 nn% oooS 1 Vienna Sausage 2 4 pkga,1' 45r SaL 8:30: -7:00:

.v plies and equipment for the
.
) music program.
1 school

; J, uiLTITiFJt-i1i
Despair is an ugly word and
\ should never be uttered when
: \it. children are present

I i" ",
; Vote Tomorrow!




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i MONDAY MAY 4. 1964


THE GONDOLIER

-- PACT. ._ cevnj v ....


iiI owner, at hie less anowi .dd..., Ih,. I-lanI Trail Vri. '' -
n.on..ndddta.oe.s'bpenp.,", Lega! O.i.rm.la, of: Vane, ; All!" >,,!, I.Int.
......, to ba obtained from tba ret..rd> "A' '', la .. follow.land .
04tS'nttt Iat.IinpOPSnIenhlh.S NOTICe OF INTKNTION TO I, C. Janklna. SH, par cent.
fiq : .oiiraei. aa lbs City Clerk or rndnerr. RICGlRTIiR riCTITIOUl' NAME I David L. Wllion. IJ .
,
aantlupar
par
D
I A.,. reliable, 1. ::
SI'FiE'D..AD f proof of ruch nulllni ube Tlie miderelfnod do h.reb trrtif' Allan. Jr, tl* par ant
"S' '/ made br SOs afflde,'$t of tha Cllr 'that lhe.. ara eonduotlli in AlrcnFainting ''l li our .hltntlm. ... appr, M the
\ ( lark or br tha Cite Bn.ln_. whir, biulnfea' el Venice Airport uder k ot Ika Clrnft, cases. la and for
!.. did proof hall .ba filed PItA tha CII,S .. th. (l>tni' ... BUM of V..,.. Al ,-ola Count* Florida. In KM raid
.. .. Uerk nrovlded, that failure to mill I .rafl P.lntlna- Co.. and bet aald fir. name Venice. Alnraft FttUtai
_, Mid notice or nUt,._ eh.ll not Invnlldata .. ,
--- ,j, i la "' of tha following .."'" undar the prorMona of (Center.
.n, of the '_1... bereundrr. Notice .h.... name, and placee of raildenea aiaa .,' .1, Lo_ of rkvMe. A... of I II.
of the time and plaoa of luch hearlne foil...! W"... aCe hand thai dOS .da. a*
I hall .. ba .1... br two publication,, Uland C. JenblBa Boo KM R.B. Not rh. .....
CLASSIFIED a week apart In a new.oe.per of renaralcirculation I Noaowta, IBLAKD C. JIMKINS
Houses For Sal. In aald munlnnalitr. I pro* luNd 1. Wll.... Box KM. Nolomto. I DArro L. wifiitm.
Rentals Mobile Homes vldrd that the I... piihllcatlon lh.ll beat : I........ 1. All., J,,. ....A N. T.",. Publl.hi April 15. Id. 5'?. 55., 4. 1MI
LegalflRniNANrB Ira. one work prior to the data oftha
RATES VENICE GARDENS. hearing Said notion, .ball dcMrlhe
2 Bed. MODERN. airconditloned For Sal the area, ta be Improved. and .d.,.. all Legal
rooms 1 bath. Screened PIt. storea available In South peranaa In_.... that tile ..... ..-
Chirac Rates, both TVtnday 10, carport of each piece, or panel of pronertr to r.n !n. osstMt.
and Monday Edition. ft. Central corner lot, 190x120 Venice Shopping! Center. For 1936 CHAMPION Ore Bedroom,, AI* ORUIKANCB NO' t-l be aameed and th. amount. .... auee.ad .., Na.. U.7I
PROVIDING
heating and air con. Information call 488-5858. FOR to earb ,1.. or parrel ,., HKPorr OF CONDITTOrt OF TBK
45'xB. See : proprrtr
at H ft EXTENSIONS OF ross! .
H TraUe :
CIT1'1I .
ditlorOni $<&60 WATEJ pep be ._...''nod at tha office ., Sb.
$1.50 month. Taxes equity $92 per V.,....... Ur.. I ag.. 11._ Park Osprey. Lot. No. II. AIIAI WSTRIBirjION!: OF ''nil:SYRTr-M CITY IN CB.RTAIN: Cite Clark. Such ....100 br publication FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF VENICE
and insurance in.I. v..I. .. ..h... to4)P5Ie.. ,. SHOWN Or VENICE: A. .h.ll b. varlfled' br the affidavit of Sb.
BY
word -- 175 Forest Rd., Phone ,jyyyi.mu'... I... J..ho. ......., BE!: SETTLED when you return!5 I CATION OK PLANS PluM AND AND RECORD!:KFFXIFI-IK Th.puhll.her and filed with the Cltr Clrk. ,. .IN THT: STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CIOhK: OF BUIIINISS ON *.
((12 minimwn) 8.3333.' CIty Ueanlt iiar. ll ,Me dlMratlon, 1M4 PURI.IdHhll' IN RKrTONKvt; TO CAI.I. MADE BY AP91'
after the lummtr. Buy th.S I THIS CITY HAI/L' OF MID CITY, .dj... a.sch h.-.pfts from dar to d.,.. TItS CUKRENCY. UNOIR bECTION' asuu. U. .. REVISE!!
Additional Word, ..en 6c Misc. For Sal modern 2 bedroom PROVIDING FOR THE AWE8SMENT 5.5505 ,. Thl. ordlnanr* .hall ha
VENICE; GARDENS. mobile with I I OF A PORTION Of 1MB!: OOHT .hll.hod aS J.o .... la a ........po, METf
Large 2 covered patio, TV antenna,., THFHBOP ON THIt' OWNER OF h .i,5.ninal.lp.al.tlo.is. ... Cllr af
CASH rctts. both Thursday bedroom, m baths panelled ATLAS 8" JOINTER, 1/4 h,p. aluminum awnings and I.nd. LANDS, ABUTTING OH lAID KTFN.. V.n'I.' 1. la.b: belaooei wild other ......, and ark lOrIs la
SIGNS

PROVIDING THS METHOD Thle. ... .__
ordlnanot I h adoptsureuant ot eolleiUoa. $ 7M.1M.MIUBILITIER
and Monday EcIlti;_ florid* room. Cathedral ceil- motor. Sears, Roebuck lathe : seeped! lot in Harbor LlghU. OF SUCH ASSrWSHFNT: AND MAN. to powera conferred upon th. 2. Unite HUM (:.w.,.,..... oblleatlone, diract andueranued I'
Ing. Call 488- 397. Porter-Cable 8" Guild saw Owner will take $3.850 Call I KKR AND TINS: OF PAYMF.NT ClIp of Venlne' br I.. Charter, .Semi INN of an? ...._. __ lao.aau.oai.
$1.40 TIn IlJOX'P, RErlfAUNn' All OKDI.NANCCT Chapler' 1I77. Wlel .
Call 488-5808. $100 Act. of lilt. F> Oblnallona of Slates and political euedtvlalona
BY OWNER. Modern for all three.MAN's Venice 4M-1MT. : PI fONFIKT HFRFWITH traordinarr, Bouloo, and AnN amradarr ,IN54iOca.conl, ..... CONE:
3 bedroom AND prmvmiNo TIll!: WFECTIVB!: : to I hereof. .. Ot.... .bnndi, rot., and ............. (Including. .. S.intti.
|112 word minimum' ) 2 baths, porch. Between DIAMOND Ring, 1'"4 Music Instruction OAT THEREOF.B Section I. If .., Phnua, pie,.., pen. .. Federal accnelai and corporatloM lOt 55555N
Wordi. beach Post Office. Ex. carets Must sacrifice $500. : IT ORDA1KBD 111' 'von CITY tenee. p.rarrnph or aottlon of lit,. peAl.P550 had. br U I I INK o( anrI PinOPOeeI I. _.._ .. ____ AGO.IQI'"
Additional .ch Sc Ira kitchen COUNCIL OF meg CITT OF VfcNlCEl shell ba held Invalid br am Txwtia and of eny PaIPWinI) $,815l.fl
converts part for Write H. B., Box 748 Venice flft'tlee' '. peNt or romprtont Jurlidlrtlon, .= .__". '
CUSTOM MUSIC That H b n.ree.arr and Uien 5.: Federal funo. E! .7.N.; __ =: === looN
..
I .... A._ Au.. bp.Sb. III rental apartment. 428 Palmetto LESSONS advlaabl 5 In th. publla Intarart la eon.tract ich Invalldltr .hall not affect the '.. T lIlt haaa 050! $
...... ... lee _.. ., II Court Venice.ATTRACTIVE HEAVY DUTY all steel utility Piano Portable Organ and ......11 ..... ........... to eltlt, "vaT. '"'*.' W'"C'1' WG" *" .. I'I.od I-lu .. .. 555,100.55'
.wu ... 1- as nle traIler Guitar Accordion. the fltra. watar dlitribiitloi .,.._ In herwk'* 5. c.."""...' hlblll. tohlo both Oft lopeptanam .....\to"'" .. _.. 0(055
!.. for earh .H>....... I,....,..... Phone 4884658' night. Special plan I aoeorilanoe cOlA _...d"h.. .1... Section 10. An: ordmanOM" or part, 10. OIl,.. seatS. .. .. ... ."....... .. ...._ .. __ 55,501st
for atudenta who don't in- and lerw.f' 'In conflict I herewith herebr
have .MalfloaUon. ..
A aMrtoa eharra of li cento la HOME In therefore aeprov.ad ara -
.. nice SEWING MACHINES. br Bwaell and Aien, .....1.... ___ .. ._. ._
.... for at the Oaajdnllar P O. section Clean, atrumentf. Phone (:.00 to 9::30 Coi.uhinefneeti PJn. II. TOTAL AS8CT8 ''' .55,440.504.41
... ...... ta revllai aa ilminiaa."CLASSIFIED of Venice. Two bedrooms oil and adjust. and I I. aoeord.nea with |.1.... Bectton... ...II Tbla ..din.... shall .... -
$Z.50. am. .If. .
two baths screened George 488-1475 Herman Vender for KM Gala eubdl.laloa H .p.roood .'10 "o.psinu" .nd ."'..1
PerU 1030 N. Washington, Voort. br nenwe t Tounehen. I,.. Il.rf.ver.. by .h. N......
DISPLAYOn. porch and carport, 1001 Nokomis Sarasota 955-7885. ad Profanlnnal. SflnI: ,...., en file and PASR>.D StY THE COUNCIL D" THI I It Demand depnelu of Individual.. PP5'ablPaOSA aorporatloM..,. .,..,"..tII .
Ave., So.. Venice 14000. of ....,.. la the afflne of th. Cite, Plan CITY 01" VENICE' I'LOIUDA, .hlo III Time, and uvlnn' drpoella ot 'Indlvklu.la.. paniwraklpa$
Edition, p.r Inch $3.00 Low down Travel nlnt, Director, .S CIt, H.llin .aid Cllv dar of A.'11. 1M4VENIrl and ......,...... ._.. -,,_. .. "..U..OI.tIU.
Both Editions Inch $3.50 payment. No closing RUBBER STAMPS mad to or. and open to Innurtlon. br the public, : CITY COUNCIL, n.....,.. of Unlud II'.... Covernment ........--.. ..
per cost. Call 408-8701.) Her. Overnight service. Ot. wblrb. ... and apailfleatloiai. ara hare, Br Harrr W. Hagar, Cltr Clark II l..poo'lo..f. ,.' and political .."" 1''._ ......__.-- Ut. III.
WANTED ADULT DRIVE: A, approved.Decile let Roodl.1I 4-1441._. 14 llnxieita of bath ... .. ..... .. ... IIIT.
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flee personal, pocket or stock .4 Roodl.1I ... .,..' .. __... ... .. .. .. .._ 41011II.
Venice to f That tbe lent of Mid .,, Certified and till' checka eta. -
ctanlfied/ ads eie Ird ,
All payabl. 'HiidvtiK. Cape Cod Maw. d PIouS Roodn'l 4......
GOLDEN BEACH 488-1432. N ..loae ahell) ba paid III) br aperlaleaunant PttblLh TOTAL DKfOHITS ..._.__.... ...J4HtJN.tlaI
n..r qulf : N.4. 1M4.
Leave by May 11th. Call Olive ..
netpf ."bliaUd of One 'ill Ml Dollar per
account. Tw. bedroom, two batht.! FOR SALE BED 48 Inch 4881402. front foot upon the .kxa or parcela of ( Total dMiand" dcpo.Ha _._... _....-H.lia.eSMJb

30 foot Florid room Easy Rest. $25. Phone 488 ,land.. or edjolnlneand abnttlnt ..aontlavoua weh .._or.Ion.bound-.. lIe IN AND'THB,!: COUNTY KtlK 8ARABOTA JltnCK: COUNTY COURT ( ) Total LOin and aavlnn AmelIa ........ M14Ja: : .rl

J 2573. Boats For Sale .h... b, aNd .1... and .....111.\1...., fLOKlDA IN fROBATB
CANCELLATION or ail 112 ft. corner lot. chIc! a.14 .... or parorla ., land ara IN RE Er.TATK: OF I* Rxtlaaounta and other llablllllea lor ..ro.ed none* ? ._ =
ADJUSTMENTR herebr dealared to ba __I.n, bene'ltt BETTY LOU rEU/SOD. 10.: federal fund,; purchased ..-... .---- =
1 Sit GULF STREET Wanted .d. br aald' Improvement.t' and ,III. DecenaetlNOTTCr 11. Acrepuuiree aatruted by or for aooulint of tall
H for cancellation SACRIFICE.: Owner leavin br .-......"'... of .the .......In' seeS bank and ouuundlm .....-.._..-.. .--_ '"
qu
I a. state. 1M3 Chris-Craft Cave te 51... Watar Worbe Improvmwnt Fllnd.at ', To'TlSSlWll?* "" St Olber llabillllaa' .= ___.- __ ____ __ __! ':TtII.
or adjustment b c as I. of YOUNG tha cOw ., Ventee.Sertloai TO AU CREDITOUg
error m sat b. mad. for BEDROOM frame. Corner MEN fulfill your mi l ier, 28-ft. Used only 48" hour. t. Th. method of aaaMmentupoa HAVINO ( LAIMH OR AND DEMANDS PrRSOSS' TOTAL UABIUTIK8 __.__.__.._
lot, city water and sewer itary obligation with only .Iz Twin 185 engines Ship to shore UM .... or paraeta. of t land de- AGAINST SAID ESTATE
f, Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Walk to school and store. $7,250 months active duty. Return radio, depth finder, compassand earned. I. ......... I hemf ih.ll b.a Yon. ... .....b' notified and require CAPITAL AUOINT,
I l 5 fjn. on Monday. For Monday 30 per cent below for service with your local Marin > >ad ewe tha front foouae thereof to file .n, alalm or d.m.nd which voamar DebrnuiraaII MONKNOKK
cost! U.
Call other feature. Slerpa 4. I. napact ., which aald Improvement have '..,n.5 tha katato ., BETTY'
Gondolier BEFORE $ 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. Reserve unit. Call 838-1911. Full galley and head. Hardtop I iball ba ...... InnS front C....* to beoomnuted Lou FEIN I\OD. Drceucd late of Prrr .rrrd sNob par value par .h.. .. I N0.>aNo :
_
lhatea otiUlandlnt' I NON II: ,
Ser -
,
Tampa. for detailsBusiness ea tha bait of the. "fmnt foimtr. FkirHa In tha offlra' of
p.M. on Thursday NEW with custom rear deck awning. I... II.. thereof aa doflned br Uw Mn. Ho. JOHN T GRAHAM SaraaoU 24. Common .tb-pec value oar ahar HIM.
DUPLEX .
in Venice Gardens ,. No. than anthorlaed II,,WO.No .
Owner wants ilclpa) Cade). r."n.r Judffa In I nl Cauntr
'I offer Originally ixMirt
PHONE 3 bedrooms each side n.... at 5Opepe5&. Florida within ill, .h.... .nl....... CONK
Personals Mertfoa 4
Paid ,
a Mnmmta .h.
Central! heat cost over $11.1100. Phone Don. *. shIll be > egmad n'Id.? montha from the dau af .... No aharea outatandlni 1i.8M---- azssTOTAL : :::
and
parable
air-condition In a.h wllhlnto firU fl. Miniliie; =:===_:: :
I aid F. Venice publication of thli" Notice. -
1 53-3125 ed. Attractive lake location Clapp Atty., 488- d. If!.. thor .ball! ...'m. final Kech claim\ or demand not ... Undivided profit ._..__.-.__.._,___ OK 101.55
TYPEWRITERS 111num.
Phone' and Adding :2387. aa. hereinafter provided la wblrh eaa.n and IB duplicate. : ah.ll plots. ::: )N..poae .. ,:._ _: ____ ____ Osnoxso.
488-4885 or 488-6851. Machines Intenwt ahall be charted.
(mechanically Ihereim! ha plaoa ef ...
j rated) Chemically cleaned op. BEST BUYS IN the(....II.1.,... 5 In of five which fll) equal shell ln.tallmenta.ba parable, sod.... of tha pintO Claimant and, hi.pets aient effloi or CAPITAL AOOOUKTS _.... .._.._.....'_'_ no. Ht) TI.

Venire I Bdr. Dwidr Bar. III.IMAba. like new. Just 12.50 plus parts USED OUTBOARD BOATS wtthmrt Interret within It d..., al .hit.l IS!talrr ilIIt!. shell.. *. accompanied, br 110 TOTAl. LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACcOUNTS( ._,sOaSoAa4.toTOOTS
I. and
anr .uch alain
Wanted ,. .
To Bvy I lid Kabaraan rrl.arr. IIMM.Jaat If required.! All makes. Venice and the remaining' .ntullmentathan .* demand lINt hell -
-... ," ..., Bot aa ba void,
IOn Ian I..... 4 raipactlvolr. M
'I-'U' :
Stationers. 211 W. Venice Are 14 Kalamar, built-in _h auceeedlnf rear o. or before the Tna flIlpe! fee mar be added to the

(88-6113 5 hp ... . . .$17500 '..,ilveraarr of the date on wblrb therma be amount obtained of claim t.'..,.and alalm form mar at Time eartlfloaeai of dopo.it' oubtuindinff, ?.. _..___._,.._... f KM MT 49'
WANTED TO BUY WILL SELL or TRADE Home. > final tnnther with InN.slbs aa the Countr JidxeiALADAR
Chris-Craft ...
30 Ott
hp. total .
Mid
| I want five to twenty acres 2 bedrooms, IVi baths. C.B., Evrd. Yr.$305.00 I. time to time aiwrmeit.....Id at rrmalnlmor. the rate It FEINSOD JR I. MEKI.E t. RRARER. Vlne-Pmldent. and C..hl. of the ahovaHianoi baa ko
4 kcrchv declare that thm of condition la and correct to tha bant ftmr
.. true
land for truck farming. Large lot deep canal dock. of .N (I) per aant par inaum until Admlni.uator for tha. Ift.ta report
| .. .
lof SHEPARD 14' Guintner, 30 hp. PO'd'( of Past Lou ....n...., knowtodie .d boItef.i ,. .
Cleared or uncleared between Laurel Villa For comparable nereaard.. MBRlyE ( CRASFR.belief
Evrd., Tr. .$49900 fertkM L That aa n'. u practicableoHowlne.
''
t Osprey IInd Flaclda. Can make (ir larger home in Venice area. LUMBER CO. IrJH' Lyman. 50'' hp. 'fflfl.ll' tlia. adoptioa meet tha proper. AtUrnort Vlalr Altnrn.ra and t'..I.... We, the ..d..I.nod dInes..'. eLIaN, tIn. ........._ of 110. epin of inn'551.n
and acenu of tha Oat of Van.laa
man down payment and hi!. Very reasonable. Ph. 488-2464. 1403 N. Washington Blvd. Johns, Yr.$748.00 shan m..... aird propar. .. anaav. IIT P. O.N.Bor_ 1171Venice fMnet, ..4 dclan la true thel and IS..h.."..'.-.. ....Inod .St 5* a.Of to tile Sins Ofat boppeIplen 'a'd.

inca monthly at 8*. Give full Sarasota 16 Sontrstercratt, Mere. eemt..flN.a.eda..a.ubthaceth.Nt ., na.t, h_,. ,.,..',nd.... .b.eh Florda. I r.PJnRGE s. YOUNGBERG I i information as to full price. Rentals 400 E. Tr.$896.00HANSEN -._ roll wbeit _'"""'" ..hallha Piblhb, April II, W, IT Mar .. 1M4 4'. P0'T'EPR r-
e&n GEORI4P if OTD III. I IPtblOb
filed, with' the
down pavment and location to Cltr Counrll of th.
ELLIOTT PAULfor CHRIs.cRArrSALES. Clap of Venice. aaid aMewment roll !V.. .. llo& _ _
N
,,5. Box 748, c/o GONDOLIER TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by ball .h.. the napeetlva lota and landa
!: Venice. INC. .... led, aba amovnt of th. aaiwunenta.lnet -
year. Completely furnished. 1201 North Tamlaml Trail eacb each. .lot or parrel of land WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
I I Automotie heat and air con ROOF TRUSSES sad ._.... of annul InilallnenU In.
Sarasota Ph. 958-8515 U which nib a.'.'....(. tt divided, tuboat RAMBLER DODGE
Lots For Sale ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft On E. Alum Windows A Doors. nowaver, ta tile ._1... ef Sea. Water frofcferiu

Tampa St., close to store. Contract Roofing ft Painting SELL!: OR TRADE Live a- 11oo...4 beraof.toe I.. Upon UM aompletloa. ef lIS S. T.miaml Trail 488-3965-488-6150

TeL 488-1321. Ph...- 498m- .n V. ._"'n... I board on this 1S19 M ft. Mathi Ills aeeaaiment, roll. the Cltr Council SPECIALIST IN .
NORTH CAROLINAOver House Yacht. Sleeps ....n br rveolutloa fli a time. and plato I
10. Largecovered at wblca. the owner, of tile propertr uba ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
33 acres will 2000 ft. ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY Dressmaking alterations, dra. after deck, spacious __ad. or anr other pereona ,la. C Brak. Repair Lubricatl Chassis

frontage on paved State Apartment heated pool. W. peries, etc. reasonable 488.11JO lounge and sleeping aecommoatlona. Clap teroitod I Council therein and mar be appear heard. before.. to aald th. S Front End Alignment Oil Change

Highway: near Brevard N. Venice Ave. Reasonable rates. Ideal for family cruis p roprletr and advbahllltr of "',..In. Front End Overhaul C Adjust Headlights Bee""
C Priced for quick sale! Week, month or yearly. Phone PAINTING. Exterior and In. tog or living. This boat is a s ink ..,__...... 'a I. .tho. ..aun.e Ofnsmin.l Wh'.1 Balancing Electrical
tha Repairs
tnarefor and
snotthinine.
S3.49?. E. D Edge Venice, 488-3681. tenor Estimates and references classic older boat which has ia be aawaenl aa welnat$ earhroprrtr /
4W2289. J. W. Ponder Ven,. cheerfully given by exprrienced beflt well maintained. Has p aa Improved Tan dens notlra SERViSOFT Eng Overh.aal Any Automatic or Stane/
ice FIVE Nicely furnished apartments I I. cAnine of sinS time and plaoa -h.il Redo Repairs ard Transmission RepeirAirconditionng
488-6508. painter. Call Elliott, complete baths, one with show ba .1... ta .ueh proprrtv ..Pe., cAtch
''I near beach. $65 per I 4R8-4088. er. Double and single state hall be aerved br mallinf, a ropr "fotlca Rrp.i" and Installation
: mo. (12 Armada. .ini .. to each of wh prepartr
rooms. Stainless steel
ELK INLET SeawaUed private galley

'boat: basins E L. Kilton, 2 BEDROOM House. Nicely Business Opportunity Electric refrigeration. Original

Bayshore Drive. Nokomis. furnished. Walking distance lasaware, and dishes still a- DISTINCTIVE LARGER

to Casey Key Beach. $75. We MALE OR FEMALE board. This has been used as a
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,
II VENICE RESIDENTIAL LOTS pay UtilitIes 4885127.EFFICIENCY Editor of successful northern floating office at our water- ReaI I Estate Corner I

I ALSO VINICK BUSINESS SITES. sports publication has relocated front subdivision. Sacrifice at _

TALL IOII JACOBS. a l.KIT Apartment fur. here Wishes to have others .2,000 or make offer. For ap-

i nished[ Linens, utilities. $60 join him in establishing outdoor pointment phone Lyon' Bay

I J Houses For Sale month til Dec 15th. Sleepingrooms sports magazine. Small Corp., Charles G. Clapp. Pres, ..... ....A __
week 4884806. ----- -
$10 single
per capital needed. Should have

BARGAINS $15 double. Phone 488-2422, No- knowledge of boating, golf or SELL OR TRADE: 28tt.G.M. HOW ABOUT ONE OF THESE? Attractive Home In Venice GardensOnly
GALORE: komls. other participation sports. Ageno Diesel Cruiser Economical .

and they can be financed. barrier. Active or inactive. and safe for family cruisg. DOUBLE., VENICE GARAGE, VENICE MARINA IS Months Young. 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths FIda Room
LARGE FURNISHED 2 and 3 .
No.1. 2 BR 2 Bath home room apartments. Also single High remuneration. Short resume Sleeps with 4. Spacious afterdeck Motel on U.S. 41 S Motel at Beach Separate Dining Room Kitchen with Built-in Oven-Range.
hardtop.
Paved street M. A. Box 74, Venice Ship to Beautiful Landscaped Lot. City Water and Sewer Plui
central!
curbing rooms. Very reasonable summer lore radio compass, electric .HOME. SEAWALLED ON DEEP WATERS
Water, sewer. Steal at Well Central Heat and Air Conditioned. 15500. LowDown
$15,000No. rates Weekly, monthly Male Help Wanted bilge pump and head custom ,

2. $400 down $72 yearly. Walk to beach and swimming platform. Ideal for INDUSTRIAL LOT ON RAILROAD Payment.

monthly\ buys this nice,2 BR shopping Vacationers wel. FORMER MARINES receive cuba diving. Full galley and SEE JOSEPH SWEE WITH
504( 519 Armada Rd. KERMIT L MICKLETHWAITREALTOR
home. come. and manv other features. Cost over
each month
fou
Only 3 old ((4)) days pay
years So. After 5pm. call 47 -2569. 18,000 new sacrifice for
$8.500
: owner sacrificing $12,500.No. for one week-end drilL Regular GULF REALTYPH.
make
or an offer. For appointment -
credits toward retirement
3. No cash needed if COMPLETELY FURNISHED call Charles G. Clapp 801 Laguna Dr. Ph. 488-4621
plus the added earning powerof
credit Efficiency Apartment $65 88-4808. 488-6738 216 S. TRAIL, VENICE
A.!. Lovely 2 BR per month. Couple. Includes two weeks summer camp in ... ....... 'vevep5er' .
"
home '" *- --
never lived in, includes utilities 704 Myrtle and VenIce California in August. Call 838-

new refrigerator. Excel By-Way. 1911 Tampa, for detail Autos For Sale :
lent
location, near Golf

Course. $63 monthly, buy for 3 ROOMS air conditioned S8:!. LARGE SARASOTA CORPORATION 'S3 CHEVROLET: !: ConvertibleAir

much\ less than appraised 2 room efficiencies. $75. Utilities has opening for retired Condo $2.875.00. Call 488.m2. BEACH PARK

I >lue. Owner very anxious. included. 488.2502. salesmen who desire to New 2-bedroom 2.bath. with nice


I No. 4. Venice 2 BR, large BEDROOM furnished apart ing supplement the Venice their area.Income Apply serv.at screened porch. Wonderful (loca. 2 bedroom 2 bath, central heat and air conditioning. Many

kitchen lovely Florida room. ment. Yearly. Inquire Avalon the Gondolier Motel, 597 So. 1963 WHITE FALCON Convert fin features in this horn for comfort.

mica shaded Jot, close to Apts, 505 Barcelona. Trail, Venice 10 a.m.-2 p.m. ible. Take over payments. Priced
Shopping Centers 12000. bedrooms Tuesday, May 5. Ask for Mr. Call 488-3801 after 4:00 p.m. tion. Smal: down payment. Easy at 17500.
APARTMENT one or two

NO.5. Venice, near Gulf. completely furnish Dawson Room 8. Pets terms. For information call FRANK C. RAEBURN

I BR. 3 baths fireplace, ed. Reasonable. 500 W. Venice MALE.! Full time dishwasher. REALTOR

parquet floors. You can buy Ave. Apply 9:30: to noon and Apply Venice Yacht Club. BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird 488.6413 or 4884196INTERESTED

lid lovely, furnished home 2:30: to 5:00: p.m.3BEDROOM supplies for sale. 4885850. 251 W. Venice Ave. Phon. 488-1600 488-2649

for only $22.000. Owner emPloyed : WANTED Driver-Salesman.

elsewhere.No. house on and the : Honda Dairy, Inc., 1301 S. Legal I
furnished
water. Nicely Venice Bv-Wav.

t. On the Bay. 115 ft. clean. Air conditioner screened IN THK CIRCUIT counT OF 'TH* .

wall. 2 ElR. 2 bath hom.. porch and carport Yearly Help Wanted wruTH AND roI jumeiAL SOT*cmrt'ir COUNTT.II .IN 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! IIUIIIIIIIIIflILIIIUILIIILMODEL

"replace, built-in Barbecue or consider reserving for next CHANfFRYINO
North Port Charlotte > riRIET.10 and. ANNA ? HOME FOR SALE!
J" screened Lanal. Was 29. season EXPERIENCED!: AIR CONDITIONING CII\IEGIO i."ua ..d ..tw
500. Elderly owner must 488-3681. Service Man tloJ.UII. including carpeting and draperies

Offer.move. Will take much lower MODERN Completely furnished Write SH Box 748. Venice. WITH II.... TIIOIIBLwTv.c..do. H. N. Wlmmers-Realtor EAST VENICE AVE., CITY OF VENICE

Don't miss this one. 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, EXPERIENCED!: BARTENDER ." pa, lUll Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof

We have load. of bargains 5 blocks from Gulf in Venice or Barmaid. Glades Bar l's 1 ernie 1f0'nt'W I(. .o".UT OP SUIT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Oversize Garage

"eluding; waterfront homes. June July. August. Reasonable Next to Ford Carafe. Apply 5.5 UAires. Immediate
Iota and business properties, rent. Phone 488-5052 after 6 between 4'00 8-00: p.m. ., Mteklejaa. 4001 Agent for Wed** Union Telegraph Occupancy
! Ton are beth a.ufH that a _-
owe Monday thru FrIday 9 to 5; Saturday to I
with TERMS
.
fi- -
very generous p.m. plainS to mlat lltla rafx er aoaaaaaloaproperty
8eflcing. stop In and visit Situation Wanted .1 and forealoae pnrehaMrthta '. CLOSED SUNDAYS NO CLOSING COST $17,500.00
aariar enntrart with regard tofnllowlnff
I will us.BYRON. CENTRALLY .' LOCATEDApartments t k. daierlbad ,..po",. to-wltt HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN PHONE 488-5042 EVENINGS 488.3562
on yearly or COUPLE Wants Work to care The North 14 feat of tIn. Wax
MARKLE Realtor house and Can 100 tot of Lot .. Block I. Plat
monthly bul,. Vacationers for yard. give of Cnflewond, .. recorded In 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! !III
Eleanor Taylor, Associate. welcome. Armada Apts, 408 'eference Phone 474-3100. Pia. Boo' .. 1'_ '10. .1 .h.
Pgblla R.----; .
SacaaauCounty

I II Phone 488-4708 Armada Rd., S. WANTED LAWN MOWING, b.. .bean filed, Florida...I.ot. ran. and pin ."

yard maintenance, planting .....Irod le .... S .me 01 yin' .n.... INTERESTED?
3 room FLORIDA Venice Gardens Lot
LARGE FURNISHED Thomas Russ 229 Pensacola a r othar pleading to aald ..",pl.ln' oa LIVING IS FUN !
4 7 MOHAWK Apartment. Weekly Month. bs PI.I.."'.' .tt...... Blair and 0_.
I RD So. Venice, Reasonable! Phone Rd., 4883009.MOUSE P. O sin 1ITI PuS Naiaaa' It..... VanFlorida J Bedroom 2 baths, Screened Check f/ie'se/ Realtors forU' feet
:*I 80.110
BR. p'urniahed Newly I Ir Yearly. I a' \ and 'lie' the original an er Porch. attached Oil .
Minted I In 488-3785 Eves, 488-5994. PAINTING Wanted. 10 5, pleading la Ola office af the' tUrk Carport, "
l loll out. 254 corner .f the. ClraiiK Ooart aa ..-.. nated. on heat Rentals GOOD LOCATION
$7,750 00. 2 W adjoining I years experience. Phone 4882BS8 U before lisa loth dar of Met, sac<. If /
l 1011 75000. Brokers BuereBuereau ON PRIVATE ESTATE, at Os- Nelson Elchert ,M Inliledue' daeraa W4.feuItcttI 105 East Aurora .
? a. taken amino ran for tha mist da $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED : \l. $1,200.00Martin
IU C. C. (Chip) prey, two large bedroom Ml0'Nd I. .aid ..op''n"DONI Homes : /
Johnson! Ira J. Glockner .pt.. living room. tile bath Lost AND OROEREP at Rarawta, : ..
and fur- 'Iorido. thla llth dar af Arll. IM4.W. H. N. WIMMERS
Martin S. Stanclk. Frigidalre, gas stove A. WYNNE dark.rireult Lots S. Stancik
flees, TV garage space fur- SOUTAIRE!: EMERALD RING Cour.. ...... caIN, REALTOR JlP I

BEDROOM, FurnUhed home staked or unfurnished Annual and diamond wadding ring p. Flerida.kllalil April .K). tT. Mar .. II. INS 221 W. MiamI Ava. The Best! REALTOR I
Beach off
2C$8. oo. Low down payment oasis only $100 per month. on Nokomis pavilion
Reward. Contact The Gondolier 488-530S T.I. 488-5443
IU D55-7MO: 488-3408 or 955- Quiet no lawn to mow. Phone Vote Tomorrow!
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'1st Nat'l Bank Downs VOTE TOMORROW!

Navy League Names Lefty Hurls.Kilowatts .
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Director Sets Contest Past Sarasota Federal, 115First 1: RE-ELECT

Rotary 4-3 t J'J'I' Russ JORDAN
,
I National Bank scored Schaffer and David Erb each :

Rice W Miller, local invest- that he is anxious to see the Florida Power& Light eked seven runs, without benefit ofa singled for Sarasota Federal. I -
I I/Il/t! Your Democratic
hit, in the fourth inning Kiwanis will meet Sarasota / "" Candidate)
out 4-3 decision Venice
council a over
ment counselor has been nam- local ranking in the top '. FOR
ed to the board of directors spot Rotary Thursday night at the Thursday night to defeat Sara. Federal at 4 p,m. tomorrowand 1 !
,>f the Venice Council, Navy Baynard said local Navy municipal park to even their sota Federal, 11-5, in a Gulf! Osprey will play Venice ._ STATEREPRESENTATIVE
season's mark at three wina Little League senior division Shopping Center at 6 p,m. in a
League of the United States League members also were en- ', i
I and three losses. game at the city park. senior division doubleheader at
Miller was appointed to the couraged at the April meeting
board by Robert S. Baynard, Thursday night to attend the For the Kilowatts it was Sarasota Federal was out in municipal park. I ttIIJ .J PRIMARY MAY 5
newly installed Navy League national convention May 19-23 their their third straight victory ; front by a 5-2 score going Into (P.I4 PoUllo.1 Adr.rY.m.nSARASOTA'S ,, ,, ,
aim Dallas. The League in the Gulf Little League the top of the fourth, with First There are some 2,000 spas in
president. Baynard announced at Navy ..
National in the hit department the United States today """ ""' & po.v- .....
leading H "
a membership con- president said other local memo junior division, and for the
test to begin immediately.Top I bers, besides himself, who Rotary it was their third de- by the same margin
prize in the membership have indicated they plan to feat in six games Five walks by pitcher Bob
HAVEN contest for the "man and wife attend the convention are Paul Dennis Crawford held Rotaryto Austin, three errors and four
team enrolling the most new Cockrill, Paul Saunders and two hits while striking out fielder's choices led to the
members between now and the Mayor Smyth D. Brohard, im. nine and walking three. seven-run Inning. Twelve men
next annual meeting in April. mediate past president. Rotary scored first in the went to the plate during the {

AGE 1965, will be a five-piece silver second inning when Allan rally SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT
Mike Rich started for the
tea service presented by John Bates walked and scored on
winners but relieved
was by
; two throwing errors. Florida
the founders
Conner one of Rain WinnerIn
Steve Deans In the second
Power & Light came back to
A Law-Trained and a charter member of the !
Venice Council and Mrs. Con tie it up on a walk to Paul when Sarasota Federal scored 4
REPUBLICAN ner Friday'sGLL Taylor and a double by Larry two runs without a hit. Deans .
Administrator Jeffrey. was the winner.
Second prize for the husbandand The Kilowatts went ahead to Austin was the loser. He was
wife bringing in the next Games in the relieved by Robert Drawdy in REPUBLICAN CANDIDATEHARRY
VOTE May 5 PRIMARY most new members will be a stay Buckelew drove third in when two runs Roy the fourth after the Bankers ,
of
silver tray also the gift Ram forced postponement of with a double. Ken Curry narrowed had gone out in front, 7-5
the Conners all Gulf Little League activity the gap to 3-2 by gettinga Rich led the six-hit Bank attack W.FRAZEE.
"1 know of no council in the with three singles in three
Friday night single in the fourth and then
,'un try doing a more effective The Venice Llons-Osprey crossing the plate on a throwing times at bat. Jimmy Carney
.>b for the Navy and the Navy" Merchants game will be played error after he stole second. went two for four and Vaughn
Paid H.Po'P..'!.II tr"urer 84. Leijue than Venice-Nokomis, this afternoon at Osprey at S Kilowatt first baseman PaulTaylor's Miller got one for three.
said Conner, adding however.
p.m. The Venice Nokomis home run his second Bob Austin doubled and Lyle
Bank vs. Venice Lions and of the season upped the
Venice Elks vs Osprey Rec- count to 4-2 in the fourth. The
reation games will be playedat run making ended in the fifth OWEN CARR and ROY o SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN FATHER OF FOUR CHURCH
a later date. when Mike Hulsbeck] Rotary HOPKINS are no longer
VETERAN
All Saturday action will be first baseman, walked and tallied associated in any way WORKER COMMUNITY LEADER COMBAT A
carried in Thursday's GONDOLIER with CONSERVATIVE THINKING.
on an error PROVEN BACKGROUND OF SOLID
1i \l4 "OM AND
Jerry Curry went the route for
FLORIDA MOBILE
AR'R PPORTS sound EDUCATION
Sound leadership TOMORROW depends on
Rotary and gave up one hit in
.
HOME TRAILER
( !L. R.11,4 T raltMM Con
a IIWDHRITIVG ANALYSTON each of the five innings he today. Harry. Frazee has a deep concern for the best education for
Balsas a Arhlni sad Rimini PaoI OPTIMIST: PROGRAM worked. He fanned three and SALES
I L.e Psn.l sod R.ck.rbnJerry's issued three walks. 233 S. Trail our young people.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Taylor was the game's lead- need W. Frazee candidate for the Sarasota
SHOE COMFORT SHOP Gerard will be guests of the Ing hitter with a homer and Signed: We Harry Republican
Optimist Club of Robert's Bayat single in two official times at WILLIAM: STEDING County Board of Public Instruction.
Specialist/ in Arch Supports and Orthopedic Shoes a dinner, for the wives of Pres.
bat Comm. for Harry W. FrareelThey're )
251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE the members at Fisherman's (Paid Political Advertisement by Campaign

(MM R..... !' 8... to 4 >... rlo. ..4. ,............ Ph. 4M-IIW Wharf at 7:30: p,m. today _._
-------- -- -. --- -- --- -
Gerard, Venice handwriting ..- -..- --
analyst, will discuss the emotional Li'l Indian
INSTALL ] and character traits
which are often common to saying.
Tennis Teams .
those who write with certain
; WEATHERTRON! !! distinctive styles.Ge .
rd was guest speaker at Win 1 Lose 1
All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP an Optimist meeting in February ,
at that send JACK back
samples and of writing time submittedto analyzed Venice Junior High School r "
defeated Sarasota, 4-1 In a return -
him by club members.
HEATING tennis match Thursday at
the municipal courts. The vic
WORLD'S tory avenged a 5-0 loss to the p
I-.j LARGEST same team in the opening !r"'I JOHN W. 'JACK'HASSON

eeoitNO tint NuiuKt Call coaun: day.match of the season on Tues- : .

In the Thursday win, Patty
ways1
\
COP744 HUGHwaasncoMPan Johnson blanked W. Evans,

Venice Aver E. Venice, Fla. 488-5359 McPHERSON 8-0; Ron Jones downed R Allen
P59-139 488.6567 6-3; Kathy Johnson defeated
L. Kelleher by a 6-3 score;
--,"" .... -- --.- Jimmy Meadows and Roger I
Tyrrell edged J. Parker and G.
HUBERT FOX-DEMOCRAT Santa, 7-5; and Kare Tischler
and S. Johns ]lost to G. Reeves
r- and P. Herbert, 6-1.

,. FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 Action will resume tomorrow
tit', when the Li'l Indians travel to
; The MAN who will serve ALL parts Sarasota to meet McIntosh. '

of our South-County efficiently and t''a Best Qualified
I
impartially, but always with respect $900 DamageIn

%# -'J for human rights and dignity.

1 j, Two MishapsA STATE REPRESENTATIVE


Venice woman motoristwas
i"tFox '- ---
43 HUB charged with failure to a-a-
yield the right of way follow.
ing a two-car crash Thursdaynear
Ii- (Paid Political Advertisement) Shady Grove Restaurant, Here's why!
just south of the city limits.
....,. ;j'1I "; :o''Ir. '."'"' .... Trooper Mack Levins of the
Florida Highway Patrol cited A PREPARED LEGISLATOR!
.
u;; -U. J _..-.4
Mrs. Jane E. Whidden, 48, of Graduated from Island _
Long University and New York Law School. Legal .xperi
1109 S Tamlami Trail. Levins
VOTE MAY\ 5th said Mrs. Whidden, traveling Admitted to practice U. S. District Court, Southern District, New York, Eastern District
r south on U.S. 41, turned left New York; Southern and Middle Districts, Florida; Federal Court of Appeals,
into the path of a northboundcar Second: Circuit; Assistant U. S. Attorney, Department of Justice and Assistant State
JOHN B. driven by Oliver H. Collett, (Florida) Attorney, 12th Judicial Circuit, (includes Sarasota). Member: AmericanBar :
/ 67, of 106 Hickory Rd., Venice Association: New York Bar Association: Florida Bar Association, Sarasota County
Gardens. Bar Association: New York State District Attorneys Auociatoin.THE .
Mrs. Whidden sustained minor .
JOHNSONREPUBLICAN head injuries which were PRESS REPORTED THIS:
treated at Venice Hospital.
Damage to the two vehicles "Senator Ed H. Price, Jr., praised Nation's efforts in securing appropriations for the
totaled approximately $450. Ringling Museum stating, 'It was the best job before the Appropriations Committee
CANDIDATEFOR A Miami woman suffered I have seen from a freshman representative He did an outstanding job'."

back injuries and a Tennessee April 20, 1963 Sarasota HeraldTribuneA
motorist was charged with fail
ure to have his vehicle under PROVEN LEGISLATOR!

control in a rear-end collision As a freshman legislator Jack Hassen received unusual He
SHERIFFr about two hours later on the an amount of respect.
Trail at Center Road. was appointed to several powerful House committees.
Mrs. Willie Mae Watson, SI, Immediately after his election in 1962 he was named to the mod-important House
was treated at Venice Hospitaland Appropriations Committee; almost an unheard-of feat for a first-termer.
Lever 17DWILL released following] the mis He was also appointed to the Appropriations Subcommittee: on State Institutions
hap. Trooper H. O Walters (resulting in appropriations for the Ringling Museum and the return
said Mrs. Watson was a pas- "1 of previously allotted! funds to the Museum.)

PROVIDE SARASOTA COUNTY senger in a car driven by Mrs. Additional committee appointments included: the Judiciary Committee, the Constitutional -
tilt. WITH A MORE EFFICIENT EFFECTIVE Kathryn D. Thomas of Sara Amendments Committee and the Committee on State Institution
sota when it was struck from
Since: the close of the Legislative Session, Hasson hat been appointed to several I
I' AND DIGNIFIED behind by an autop-obile driven
SHERIFF'S DEPART. other committees the er' Select
: Spea
by Charles E. Bachelder, 63, Committee on Water Resources; he was
MENT. of Kingsport Tenn. also made a member of the important Mental Health Committee and named
Trooper Walters said the Chairman of the Subcommittee: on Law Revision and the Speakers Select Committee -
southbound Thomas auto was on Public Education
I: o A PORTION OF HIS PLAN FOR DOING THIS IS SET stopped in a line of traffic
when it was rammed. Damageto THE PRESS REPORTED THIS:

FORTH BELOW. the two cars was estimatedat I "John W. (Jack) Hasson, a Sarasota attorney and member of the State House

$450. of Representatives, was honored for his "outstanding accomplishments": in com.:
A fuel developed fora j munity development by being given the Sarasota Junior Chamber of Commerce's
pump
I 1. TRAINING OF DEPUTIES. Saturn space vehicle engine Distinguished Service Award Wednesday night. "Hasson was named outstandingyoung
5. A SOUTH COUNTY OFFICE is the size of a basketball yet man of the year "
produces January 24, 1963 Sarasota NewsA
2. STOP SALES AND GIFTS The Saturn 60,000 rockets horsepower are launched I

OF INTOXICATING BEVER. 6. STOP EMBARRASSMENT by the John F. Kennedy RESPECTED CIVIC-MINDED LEGISLATORI!

I AGES TO MINORS. ASSOCIATED WITH THE Space Center, NASA. Moose, VFW, Elks, Sarasota County Chamber of Commerce Awards: Distinguished
I II
Service Award, Sarasota Junior Chamber of Commerce; Fraternal Order of Police
I 3. ASSIST I AND IMPROVE SERVICE OF CIVIL PRO. Plaque in 1963, Sarasota FOP Chapter, for "exceptional' interest and effort !'n

; CONDITIONS FOR TEENCESS.. for an ? obtaining better working condition ,"
enjoyable GOLF i -
AGERS. --- -

7. A FULL TIME SHERIFF. day of I 'f STATE REPRESENTATIVE

;: I 4. ABSOLUTE COOPERATION TRY X RE-ELECT -

: WITH OTHER LAW EN. 8. SYSTEMATIC COUNTY SARASOTAGOLF -- JOHN W. MACK'

f ,I Ij;1 FORCEMENT AGENCIES. PATROL.Paid CLUB I DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY I MAY 5

;' f r I I'I'j'' I DAILY FEES .GREEN. $$3.00 eMaHASSON


( Political I Adv. by Campaign Treasurer, Ray McCarthy: for above Candidate) I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. (Paid by J. W, "J.cl" Hasson campaign hasurel)
I South of Sarasota

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