Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00196
 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 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
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: UF00079934:00196
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Tl/URSDAY./ MAY 7 9:26: am 2:57 am HIGH LOW
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Family elongings Loses Gondolier Contest Winners Announced Winners' HeadedFor I

Donald S Breding of 93!" of money for subscriptions

Dawn Street, Venice, finished during the second vote period. : Run-off
tome In Fire with the largest vote total ir After the first two prizes "''; "I\_ l'r ; ..

The GONDOLIERS $450001 were awarded, it was found .y : '*, :..0. "
Subscription Contest and won that Mra. Margaret Paul, who : : Freeholders in the six South 128 and ROM W. Lamb, 1,865.
\II early Tuesday
morning the first grand prize the resides in Municipal Trailer County precincts from Ospreyto Potter will face Wright in
c destroyed the home of the choice of a new 1964 Ford Custom Park, had the next largest vote .t:1': North Port Charlotte voted the runoff for the District S
ie t Belcher family at the or its cost in cash, and total of all the contestants residing against the proposed change in county commission post. Potter
ur of Portia and Florence. Mrs A. C. Traver, 204 Bay. outside the city limits Homestead Exemption by a polled 1,101 votes in the six
ecu, Nokomis, with an est! shore Circle, Venice, came ir of Venice, and won the $500 slim margin of only 33 votes precincts of the South County
ltd loss of The ; k )
$8,000. seven 4' The amendment passed coun- against Wright's 934 Charles
second and took the $500 sec U. S. Savings Bond or its cost
mben of the family escaped ond prize in the final count of in cash, tywide, however with 7.805 voting (Chuck) Schmitt ran a close
1V. Votes completed Saturday To determine the winner of in favor of the shift and third with 820 votes
flames had all but en. The first prize winner decided this district prize, the judges 6,219 against for a plurality of In the race for District 2
(4 the place and were be. to take the car and It was had to get in touch with Venice 1,586. constable Taylor forged aheadto
d controlling when the Un- delivered to him Monday by Authorities to make sure i ir is The South County vote on the win handily over Hubert W.
Fire Department of Noko- Bill Phillips Ford, South Tamt that Municipal Trailer Park question was 2,017 "for" and Fox, 1,462-493 On the Republican
I received the call amt Trail, Venice. was not within the city limitsof 1,984 "against. By precincts, side, Caiger and Belsito
umerous Venice area restu Breding has been a resident Venice. The city limits arenorth the vote was 475-391 in favor of go into the runoff, with Caiger
awakened by the six of Venice for the past 13 years of the park and residentsdo the amendment in Precinct 8; leading 1,011 to Belsito's 839.
U\ of the UVFD siren at He came here from Rehobath not vote in city elections, 318-144 against in Precinct 7; Joseph C. Cell! went down in

'5 im. could see the crimjW Beach, Del., is married and has The $259.95 Fngidaire mobile 478-441 for in Precinct 8;; 238- defeat with only 538 votes. ,
reflected in the sky six children For 13 years he dish washer was won by Mrs. 400 against in Precinct 9; 373- In other countywide races, ,
ily! the washing machine' ran a painting and decorating Polly Taylor of Rt. 1, Albee 218 for in Precinct 21, and 102- Robert Zinn scored a Smashing -

j the children bicycles business on Airport Road, but Road, Nokomis, Her prize wasdelivered 223 against In Precinct 26. victory over Boyd Gern-
hard for Clerk of the Circuit
1 laved closed out his business in to her Monday by !f The 315 absentee ballots

re Donald Smith, former February. He also has the umbrella Venice Electric I Appliance, 133 f ..y ,;tit titw which remained to be counted Court and both throughout in the South the entire County -
rental concession on West Venice Avenue. Wednesday were not expectedto
hbor of the Belchers atartI county. The vote for Zinn was
drive yesterday to collect Venice Beach He reports that The next and last prize was I alter the outcome of the unofficial
/ Ai 3,287 to Gemhard's 614 in the
has accepted a position won by Mrs. Mary Scaglione, county tally
unj for them Mrs. Smith he now six comprising the
Sales and Serv P O Box 1816, Venice.I Her ] ) 4
vested that those with cloth- with Wood I Hottest races in the South South County

to donate call her at 488- ice, the ChryslerPlymouthdealers prize was a $209.95 G. E, room. I ....- County were the Republican At the state level, South
in Venice. air conditioner It was delivered i contest for sheriff which was
J. or Mrs C. C. Fox, sister Countians picked Kelly for governor '
kin. Belcher, at 488.4519 In the first published standings to her by DeSears of Ven won easily by Jack KnucklesIn with 715 votes Over Mathews .
Center. SHIRTSLEEVE TALLY Getting down to earnest-looking! Judges are from left, Ray
ice Shopping all six the DistrictS
1 eighth precincts
the donations will be pick- the car winner was his next closest competitor
brass tacks in their tabulation of the winnersIn mond W Edge, local accountant; William C.
up. high in votes. The next week Closed at 1 p.m. County Commission race in with an unofficial tallyof
!Ira articles oft he gained to seventh, then I The contest closed at 1 p,m. The GONDOLIER'S subscription contest, Payne, president of the First National Bankof which Floyd Potter polled the 504 votes.'Countywide, however .
Smith said dropped back to tenth. After Saturday, May 2, following a just ended, are the three judges and contest Venice, and J, Howard Vaughn, presidentof greatest number of votes with it was Mathews in the
are needed for two boys,
12; one girl size seven, that he started to gain and (Continued on page 2)) manager William Lancaster (right). The the Venice-Nokomls Bank. Robert M. Wright as the runner unofficial returns nosing out

girl size three; men's continued to gain until the -up, and the District 2 constable Kelly 28082260.

size finish.In race cleanly won by For U S, Senator, voters in
i. 14V4 and trousers
33 and woman's the last published standing Paul Taylor for the Democrats the South County liked the incumbent
; junior
seven, a a week before the contest Escadrille 'flies'! Again with Walter Caiger and Sen Spessard L. Hol
Leo Belsito into
Breding was third highin going a land, nearly twice as much as
etcher closed,
said his son
young of m the Republican ticket his opponent, Brailey Odham.
votes. His final deposit
'd v noticed mother the smoke and ,father awakhia -, subscriptions and votes in the Br SAM DILLON 'R/Adm. Edwin C. Parsons, decorations as the French palms the Belgian Order of Knuckles, who polled 1.928 The vote in the U. S. senatorial
rotes in the six South County Democrats in the
lot t out of the smoke-filled secret ballot box on Saturdaywon OSPREY An exciting and now retired and living in near Legion of Honor, the French Leopold and the Belgian Croixde overwhelming race by Holland
I I precincts for an South County was over
his prize, Medaille Militaire, the French Guerre I
Je without difficulty factual saga of the Lafayette by Osprey I majority over Sullivan, his Odham, 1,233 to 620
Second contains Guerre with eight (Continued I on page 2))
elcher said the smoke was Mrs. Trsver Escadrille one of the greatest Although the book Croix de closest; opponent with 462 votes A table showing how the
'centrated in the kitchen and The winner of the $500 sec- flying units ever to engage the modestly little about Admiral 'TtaiBgsWi' i T goes into the runoff against South County voted in all the

'>rently the fire started and prize was Mrs. A. C. Tray foe in the "wild blue yonder" Parsons' own exploits with the q a, John B. Johnson The county. races at Tuesday's primary,
're, >r. She started off second highn during World War I, is backin famed American flying squad wide vote in the sheriff's race along with the unofficial South
votes in the first published print after 25 years. ron of the French Foreign was Knuckles, 3,650; Johnson, County and countywide totals
the second Originally published In 1939 Legion, the author's own life r
During 2.
standing on
8697; William A. Sullivan. 2,- appear page
Mayor Feds vote period she became the as "The Great Adventure," the history would make an interestIng
Says leader and held that position new edition by E. C. Seale & movie scenario.

until the final week. Her lead Co, Indianapolis Ind., has Taught By Curtiss CAP Discontinues
Way Misconstrue was overcome by the subscriptions been retitled "I Flew With the Ranking as one of the earl

and votes deposited in Lafayette Escadrille" iest "early birds," the retired I
'dayor' Smyth D Brohard the secret ballot box on the Author of the true-to-life account U S. Navy officer was taughtto

1 this week he was afraid final day. of the almost legendary fly in 1912 by Glenn Curtiss, Search For Angler
net officials of the Federal In addition to winning the exploits of a small group of who later became one of the
alien Agency would take ex. cash prize, Mrs. Traver American flyers who fought so nation's top aeronautical do.signers .
$500 in the Lavins executive officer but had drifted onto a sandbar
'lion\ 4o the wording of a a $50 extra prize for gallantly for France Parsons then went on Stanley .
; won
also World War I i II for the Venice Composite in the pass before It was retrieved
VI tory in last week's CONUER turning in the largest amount early days of to train U. S, pilots in the midmorning.It .
Civil Air Patrol in
Mexican Border uprising of Squadron of the
explaining the con- said the local CAP unit is believed Heaven may
,Veray over airport zoning Found 1915. has officially given up the have lost his balance and fallen .
.naSaid however held too
That ,
Dynamite ; Job
search for Ronald Heaven, overboard, possibly
Bronard., "In discussing little excitement for the ad who disappeared nine days ago his head as he fell.
and he
whole problem, I asked venture-loving Parsons on a pre-dawn fishing trip Lavins said the local CAP
ail) Peach who had done the tossed it aside to work his The borrowed 16-foot boat In unit covered every 'Inch of the

rk at Vero Beach and he Police/ Probing passage to France In 1915 as of which the 39-yar-old Heaven_ bay and gulf areas between the
for shipload
'I me the name of the Wil"I caretaker a Venice Inlet and Midnight PassIn
firm," And he went on horses The Deckhouse Restaurant the subsequent hunt for the
tale that the:: assistant FAA of dynamite in two the beach was older than the Arriving in France, which already at the Jetties Is closed tem- missing angler over a period of
trlct director also gave him Discovery sections of the city in other indicating they had was at war with the rY4y porarily while the search for several days. The search in-
names of at least two other separate was reported yes come from seperate caches. Germans, he Joined the Ambulance the owner, Ron Heaven, con volved both the use of air and
''III who could do comparablerk. recent days of Police JohnShockey. Shockey said it might have Corps as a driver, sub tinues. Heaven's beached surface craft.
terday by Chief said an Investigation !- been tossed there by children sequently enlisted in the Foreign boat was found April 28th at The CAP executive officer '

The 5> GONDOLIER story said who underway to determine who had found it elsewhere.Shockey Legion to fight for France, Midnight Pass. An extensive stated, however, that a careful
''hard' told council membersA was where it might have issued a warning then transferred to French search by officials have produced watch is still being kept
official David Kelley and that old dynamite Is extremely aviation where he flew with 37 no clues. by the Venice Squadron on its
''r Peach suggested that come from.Shockey dangerous and should not be other Americans In the now. The reopening of the restaurant almost-daily Sundown Patrol
,'de E Williams and Assocl- said six dynamite foundS handled. He urged that any legendary Lafayette Esca will be announced ata missions

1 of Miami had prepared and fuses were well field one who might find more of the drille. later daf-, _ _
In, for other airports which the new city water explosive to refrain from When America entered the
"t 1 from East Gate by Brad call in 1917 and the escadrille operator of the Deckhouse Restaurant WEATHER
minimum FAA require- across touching It and to police war +
" of East Gate t 4i. left on a midnight
Ills absorbed into the
and acceptable to Minger immediately. was
were foundin fishing expedition was found High Low Rain
sticks were
other Parsons
Two lean Flying Corps,
agency at the end of The dynamite and caps foundin after daylight the same day April 29 84 64 .13
undergrowth the few cur'viving
iirohard had made the un- Street, near Venice the well field was pickedup said goodbye members to of the Lafayette ROYAL REVIEWERS Flanked by the flags of all nations beached on a sandbar in Midnight April 30 86 71 -
flounced trip to Miami to'k municipal beach, and reported by Policeman Bill Farm and and went back to fightingall and a replica of the 1964 World's Fair symbol the Unisphere, Pass May 1 82 74 .03
l?f another bid on engineerl << by J. J. Parrish taken to the police station, and for France are seated the king and queen of the Venice Elementary Heaven left' the Deckhousedock May J 85 89 .88
"" for the proposed Venice to police theorized the explos- disposed of. The other two the way School's 10th annual Spring Festival. King Phill p Mitchem at 12:30: .m. Tuesday Maya 83 78 7 '
"POrt zonIng following a Shockey found in the well field sticks were brought in by Policeman By the time the Germans and Queen Dolores Montgomery (center) are surrounded by April 28, saying he planned to May 4 81 61 1 I
commendation by the Joint Iv been left over from William Kruger and surrendered in November, member of their court a* they review the festivities. In the fish in the bey. The empty May 5 87 62 -

&COUnty toning board that construction might have operations carriedon disposed of by a representative Parsons has shot down enoughof royal court are, from left, Billy Erb, Patty Jones, King Phil boat, however, was first spotted Rain for April . .... 62
! contract be awarded to J. of the state fire marshal' their planes to become an Month .91 I
Rain foe
recently Dolores F ra Segerlind. and Jim Boyd on the lUll tide of the peas _u.-. laII j
weiner/ Associate of Tam'I One there of the .tick found MM,, office, j" ace and win Mwk coveted lip, Queen i'

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. ObituariesGEORGE I ESCADRILLE 'FLIES'Continued South County Tabulations NOTICEL.

SCUDDER Lodge 882 AF&AM in Chicago ( from page 1) la 1(39, with Germany again s. CI7. Cty.Procncla ,
the Arriving baCK home after the the agressor in what was to ( 8 7 8 8 21 28 Total Total -
and Civic Assn of
C George D. Scudder 58, ol North great conflict! he joined the become the greatest conflict of
Lucille St., Nokomis died Sunday Port Charlotte He was a mem- Federal Bureau of Investigation > all time Parsons volunteered Homestead Exemption Vine-Ripe
: at Venice Hospital. Church, North Trinity Port Charlotte.Methodist as a special agent and for active duty with the U. S. For 475 318 478 238 873 102 tD84 '1,805AIa1nat
A native of Johnson City N graduated with the first class Navy In which he had held a 391 344 441 600 ::211 223 2,01T 8,2111
Y., where he was owner of Survivors include tin widow from the FBI Academy. Later, reserve commission since! Ma U. S. Senator TOMATOESSweet
Scudder Heating and Sheet Mrs. Pearl N. Redding; a he went to Hollywood as writ- FBI d.ya. He was acceptedand Holland 290 343 04 187 285 54 1,233 11.900
Metal Co. for 15 years he later brother Harold L. Redding of er-technical director for such assigned to oiler duty on Odium 97 12:! 140 95 91 71 820 2,360 &
= lived in Binghamton. N. Y. North Port Charlotte, and two prize-winning. films as "Wings"and board a tanker.Sometime Governor
.- sisters Mrs Nora Seanlan and "Hell's Angels" and be- later he
from which city h, came her. was as-
Burns 111>> 126 58 73 8. U 468 2,060
five Mr, Eva Reddington, both of came a contributor fictional ilgned to Pensscola. Naval Air
years ago.
Dickinson 59 43 39 51 57 13 262 1,015
Chicago stories about World War I Station
he the
member spent
was a of American
High 71 82 89 54 52 2S 334 1,877
Legion No-Vel Port 159. Services will be held today aviation to the pulp magazines next two years and subsequently
Karl 1135 ONIONS
21 38 30 24 26 12 149
Imperial Domain of Golden at; 2 p.m. at Rawles Funeral of the 19305.Altogether. wound up on the aircraft
Kelly Ill 223 128 89 134 3Z 115 2,2110
:: Dragon and Domain of Rep Home Chapel with graveside Parsons workedon carrier "USS Charger. DIll'Inr -
Mathews 94 011 81 12 80 118 504 2,808
:: tunas Rex. services bv American Legion about a doten Hollywood the white heat of the war
motion about combat in the Folks (R) 138 10 104 84 84 25 498 1,945 15fh
Mr. Scudder Will a member Pout 110 of Port Charlotte. The pictures Pacific, he was assigned I
: of the Catholic Church. Rev Elva Soldner of NPC flying in World War I and authored to the tender, "San Pablo," Foster CR) 182 184 188 238 148 117 D73 3.217I BOTH .
Survivors Include his widow Trinity Methodist Church will several screenplays, in-. In the first big boat squadron I Holley (R) 356 227 358 171 198 85 1,39 4,303I

Mrs: Harriet K Scudder: officiate at the 2 p.m. services cluding "Hell In the Heavens. assigned to the Solomon Islands I Attorney General '
three brothers Cliff Scudder of Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial It was during this period that campaign Falrc10th 143 205 148 1111 178 57 848 2,995Kynes LANE'S PRODUCE
Binghamton, Leonard Scudderof Gardens, Port Charlotte Parsons !began writing "The Toward the end of the war 268 263 203 18S 202 7T 1,1711 11.325
r .: Johnson City and Charlie Great Adventure" from a diaryhe in the Pacific, Parsons became Utilities Commission
) I Scudder of Winsor, N. Y.; three had kept which recorded the commander of the Navy's LST Brewer 106 107 90 114 53:I 31 443 I.9UI "We Grow Our Own"

!. sisters Mrs. Jane Devine of MERLIN GRANT SEEVERTS daily events in the lives of his I units which made all the Invasions Mason 243 281 206 157 249 7. 1,1110 4,883Statt 5 MI. NORTH OF VENICE, ON
Owego N. Y. Mrs. Madgt comrades and I himself in the from Leyte on to Ma-
Merlin Grant Seeverts 46, of escadrille I nila. After the war, he was Attorney
Ford of Chittenango Bridge, N.
Schaub 2M 2" 181 156 214 89 UI0 4.048
Palm Grove Ave., Englewood, "
i don't know why I kept assigned to Green Cove
Y. and Mrs. Elizabeth! Root of
13' 195 181 105 138 49 712
Smiley 2,773
died Tuesday at Bay Pines "I
said ,
Bmghamton that diary, Parsons Springs Fla., In command of
Veterans Hospital in St. Petersburg never kept one before or mothballing! the LST flMt. House of Representatives.
Services arid burial ill be
In Johnson Rawles" Funeral since," Harking! back to his World Hasson 227 218 154 146 187 70 082 4,1180Jordan a Qal f g1lllefta2 {orne
City -
Home in charge of Mr. SeeverU was born at War I days, parsons said ha' 191 244 177 110>> 188 58 968 4.170
local was Hayfield, Minn and later made CONTEST WINNERS went into the French Foreign Nelson (R) 431 275 425 262 286 119 1,788 6.006 .65 Nokemia Are. Yenic.
arrangements. l his home in Rochester before Legion at a second: class Spanos (R) 184 187 149 153 149 IS 840 3.515

coming here three years ago (Continued from paCe 1) soldier at the equivalent in Sheriff Sarasota County .
EVERETT R. REDDING: He was a heavy equipment operator hectic nine-week battle for American money of nine cents Johnson (R) 177 55 78 35 70 14 1,926 2,697 I f
Everett R. Redding 69 of veteran of WW II, and subscriptions and votes by 21 a day. He was elevated to Knuckles (R) 244 376 522 337 329 118 427 3,650 .
527 Bayano St.. North Port a member of Veterans of contestants who remained in corporal after passing the Lamb (crt) 129 48 46 34 46 112 415 1.865
Charlotte, died Monday at his! Foreign War at Melbourne, the race from start to finish. pilots examination and after Sullivan (R) 148 77 79 76 61 21 462 2,128
home. Fla All votes. issued to contestants 30 days in combat over the Clerk of Circuit Court 24 Hour Ambulance Service Rhone 488.229'
Mr. Redding was a native of Survivors include !his widow, were deposited In a secret front lines was raised to the '
Cemhard R
( ) 115 96 142 134 82 35 614 1.65)
Mrs. Dorris Seeverts I his ballot box together with their rank of GROWING IN GRACE
La Port. Ind. He came to this ; sergeant
Zinn (R) 582 407 819 220 404 118 3,287 8,821
area last year from California, mother, Mrs. Helga Bachisonof final cash subscription and In hie book. Parsons introduces Te grow In grece, It has been said that
where he was employed with Rochester; his father, Oscar vote reports. A board of three the reader to his com- Prosecuting AttorneyWlUlford olon.. At wa thould bi sad
the Bell Cash Register Co. in Seeverto of Hayfield, anda Impartial Judges was selected anions the great flyers of 203 252 173 156 158 59 1,003 8,094 society doein't help ui much !
San Diego. His home was in brother Russell SeeverU of to make the final vote count he Escadrllle, one by one Windt 188 184 145 20 184 66 757 3,213 Chriitin' society tometimt slows a vigorous jrwZ
La Mesa Douglas, Minn. and determine the winners telling! of their victories over Supervisor RegistrationOrr << Growing In grace can b* stimulated by the prMrici 01 i
His organizational affiliations Funeral services and burial They were: William C the Germans along with the (R) 452 304 433 283 311 114 1,897 7277 cur "quiet houri. One single quiet hour of prayer M,
Include membership in Royal \will be at Rochester. Rawles Payne, president of the First defeats which sent many of the Sutherland (R) 222 189 181 124 154 45 915 2,659 often time mn moro progress than when ws are In "M."
Arch Masons of San Diego, Funeral Home Englewood, National Bank of Venice; J. 38 to fiery death. County Commissioner, District One company of other Dow aims to fall the freshest, and
American Legion Harvey Post was in charge of local arrange. Howard Vaughn, president of Of the 38, only five ere alive Crissy (R) 274 216 197 217 170>> 82 1,156 4628 the air seems" purest when all It quit and still. 'Bi 8 till!
155 in Harvey, 111, Boulevard ments. the Venice-Nokomis Bank, and today.A Dupres (R) 85 82 122 40 75 16Murphy 420 1,552 end know that l f tm God." (Psalm 46:10): )
Raymond W, Edge, account society to perpetuate the (R) 203 125 173 108 124 35 788 2,493
ant.After memory of those who fought County. Commissioner District Three Our Services Art Available/ To All Rtgadla

the contest Judges" had so gallantly for the Escadrille Fisher 189 201 144 117 173 72 898 3432 of Financial !
completed the vote count, the was established in 1980 during Phelps 182 186 140 103 130 46 787 4.190 Circumstances
results were posted at The a reunion of the then eight Miller (R) 176 180 212 185 149 68 088 3408 LIHnoad l I. Indl.n. and Florida
[1oME..i GONDOLIER office, and the survivors at Ashvllle, N, C Page (R) 294 145 117 87 106 15 774 2,874
winning contestants were noli- Only persons eligible for the Young (R) 147 115 157 75 109 56 659 2,488 ---
fied. It took more than two Lafayette Escadrille: Society County Commissioner District Five
hours to count the million of are the survivors themselves. or Potter (R) 246 171 157 333 143 51 1,101 3485
votes that were deposited in heir closest living male rela Schmitt (R) 150 104( 345 62 114 4* 820 2291

$30 monthNET the secret ballot box.Commissions live Wright ((1\) 184 190 181 137 175 67 934 2.772 .i
per Paid Parsons" said plans are cur- School Board, District Two
After the prize winners were rently being made for another Field (R) 247 186 185 85 151 39 883 4.146
RETURN ON decided, all contestants who reunion of the society in mid- Hill (R) 235 157 222 218 135 75 1.062 3,466
complied with the contest: rules May. He said the reunion Nass (R) 83 66 86 55 63 17 370 1,349
by reporting subscriptions: each would be held at Cape Ken I School Board District Four
$2,000.00INVESTMENT awarded the nedy to coincide with the ar-
week were com. of Cooper 237 241 171 134 135 76 994 4,736
missions due them the rival there from Franc
Filtek 93 93 75 52 75 25 413 1,826
of credited Louie Richard, commander until -
amount to
money Frace (R) 3(4 233 328 207 223 75 1,428 6.099
IN A NEW them during the contest. This, 1960 of the Lafayette Esc a-
Johns (R) 202 156 175 128 133 59 853 3.683
together with the cash bonusespaid drill! and Capt. Philip Flam-
guaranteed all particpanu mer, professor of history at t Hospital Board
Adams 258 236 183 123 167 69 1038 5,332
not less than 10 per cent the U. S. Air Force Academyand
c historian. Anderson 239 204 131 132 189 64 1.009! 4806
of the total credited to EscMcrllle
money Blue 156 133 111 183 101 44 788
FOR DETAILS SEE them for subscriptions. Richard I now attending 2,887
Scheb 260 223 158 141 195; 88 1.038 5.483
The cash values. of the prizes, France' top school for aerial
Wilhelm 226 179 127 105 153 47 837
plus the cash commissions: and warfare, is slated for a tour 4,701
bonuses paid, exceeded the of U. S. military installations Constable District Two
CHIPS JOHNSON RealtorBRANCH $4.500 this newspaper planned nil month along with other Fox 81 71 80 89 53 119 493 493
Taylor 272"" 246 128 320 51Bclsito
1.462 1,482
to distribute. But the goal of European; armed forces personnel -
The (R) 89 170 248 73 237 20 839 839
the contest was reached.
OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488-1695 number of subscribers to The Caiger (R) 316 147 173 172 114 89 1,011 1.611

or GONDOLIER was doubled, and Cell (R) 65 120 132 85 116 20 538 538 xA
his newspaper is now in position County Surveyor
306 W VENICE AVE. PHONE 438-2241 to be of greater serviceto Convalescent and ,, Brown 157 308 203 157 239 72 1.156 3.148
its readers and advertisers. Nursing Home Cobia 151 78 82 60 133 24 508 3.779 J

: __ _ _ .. ,, Mosby 59 32 24 13 ID 5 152 1,051:
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.t .RR UUUUS Ui.2.RRRR, U ,. UU.Red.a.di, : ." 24 Hoir Mining Service I Orth II 8 4 5 1 8 33 113
Phone Venice 4M-J1W Hansgen (R) 327 183 235 179 177 43 1.124 30ft8
0 lit rone os won era Kellogg (R) 172 172 200 146 138 7. !902 2837

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II I Modern Styling in genuine oil N.!

f ie finished Walnut veneers and {fc II

j I select hardwood solids. ; Everything ,
Gulf of Menieo Shrimp CoclrUil SOc with dinner

e a r CHOICE OF seems to go

:! SUPER GOLD VIDEO Coup of Fresh Florida J Fruits 'u mint Indian Rive Grapefruit, Marsitnin smoother

I, Chilled California Tomato Juice New York Apple Jutes
,, I Relishes and Conserves From The Tray when
(;(1 Zenith's Patented Cream of Fresh Mushroom Fofttire --. Egg Drops
II Jellied Madriline Chiliad. Vkhyuoite, Chive have


: BRAISED LEG OF SPRING LAMB, Mint Sauce Natural Gravy
r $615 5
I ,:. (up to ,100)) BAKED GLAZED TENNESSEE CURED HAM Sauce Polanaite
ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING Fruit Dressing, Derv( Glace



I t: ;5 All New 1964 ZENITH COLOR I VEGETABLES It's not what you earn Kut whet you save t fhaf

( $400 Bated Idahe en toil Fluffy Whipped Potatoes determines few
3 and Mushrooms Saute Creamed Purl Oni.nt your future Start now
rtH i 4 in Compact Table Model TV New Green Pass '

part of all Remember, livings pl'"d
N NiH earn.
t 2 Vinyl Clad Metal Cabinet (Legs or Base Extra) I SALAD you
:H j II!
MI I Chefs Critp Garden Salad Peach and Cottage Chs ta here by 3 P.M. May I Nth will earn from M.y y

'f i I I French Thouund Island, Roquefort or Garlic Drawing

I: r, : Lz"2l77..77.TT7 SALES !:I I DESSERTS 1st. Come In today.

p,1 : & ;I Strawberry Short C.le Green Apple Pie, Cheddar 0......

i I Mt. Clemency Cherry Pie Chocolate. Layer Cake
:: /.3J..LJIII SERVICE i Crsme d, Menthe Parfait

I :- ;, FOR 18 YEARS I I I COFFEE Vanilla, Chocolate Orange TEA, Peppermint Sherbet MILK Ice Cream SANKA 00 i::: [SARASOTA[ ) [ ?aeeootl(i


i l' i $3.65 children under 12 $1.95

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i i : Opp. Theatre UttfH 307 Venice Ave. W. II I MUSIC BY DICK WILLIAMS Sarsiot Offie.it 1711 Main treat

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Ph. 488.2618 Open p.m. | South Gets Shopping Center a Gulf Gate
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1a 1 APOTHECARY JAR s v lovely llfellk orchid, dNJ..AIt.. 5.50.-
Free to the first 1,000 .rliw r.. 1
t.Bl&bble Bath in lovely
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3 Jar decorated in butterfly tustomeril CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
CHANEL RUBINSTEIN motif tc luxurious bow .


HEW KENNEDY' SAVINGS Introduced BONDS in $75 time until July 4. Displaying! the new bond I MAX and FACTOR many morel COTY ONLY 79/0 t NEWDefuxe/ .M\ I from LIGHTERS 4.95
denomination were to
the Venice I
which bears the likeness of the late. President
ireg and the nation May l as a special high. John F. HAIR DRYER
Kennedy are two stet members of
1 fight! of "Operation Security," a nationwide the First National Bank of Venice, Mrs Rob ao proapaoTat cyest m"a oaleFa oTaaa l Z SCRIPTO
effort( to focus public Interest on Savings ert M. McNamara and Robert Bellcase I Graceful I VU-LIGHTER
Bond. The Savings Bond campaign! will con. Simulated
VANITY CHAIR RegNaitsHsld, Met.,, Rer.. 12S..,.....,, ,US a rea mar Compact Sue fJ'

Padded seat + H. H. AYER LIPSTICKS leg. t.oo....... .. 5W f c eying 4.50
with washable p d rr rs1
SpoaiHon ,
Recognition Breakfast Set white" covering. { CARON COLOGNES Roeiin Beinmn, n>ei 2.75 g ewatclt, Large lat. ,
ZS! high Decorative flowered bon.
bath, TABU SPRAY COLOGNE.............. .T.SO V net. ''\: ZIPPO LIGHTER
I room addition A +7 r ,,
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Tomorrow For UA Volunteers h 499 a 6 TONI HOME PERMANENT wi FREE
a FLINTS Pfcg 5 Reg.10 ..At
e boaklet>aular,Super,Hard to Held.,.Del.2.00..,,. Atbao4aicamawew.4 e <

d Volunteers) who assisted In Appeals method of financing Ingraham SEAMLESS NYLONS 5fiE?3PAIR..1.49 2 Slice Zk 'a ,'.amam'ae'a: ",ocep :

811 the recent successful United the nine health, welfare, and I Electric ALARM CLOCK PAPER MATE BALL POINT PEN . .1.95 PopupTOASTER
\l Appeal Campaign in the Yen youth servlcei of the Venice e ; ; ;'

'nl let area have been invited to area, according to D. William Big Savings Ivorycue. SHEAFFER BALL PEN wlthrREEnro t.larlme, . loo : SCALE
ittend a 'recognition break. Over-ton president of Sarasota '
'n Newimprov aa a .
'I (ait'' Friday' at 8 a.m. at Fisherman Federal Savings and Loan Get Them WileThey're / / edmotor.'e a B SCRATCH PAD wNhhbphomlillxpuc ge>dnttentnhu ,[, BBB Chrome f finish, Shade selector Accurate'Re '
s Wharf Assn Overton served o Modern
.j d as genera $6 99
Major Vennoy Farmer of the chairman of Sarasota's Hot!'! J e. Y \ deeS n.
II Salvation Army will be guest United Appeal drive this year i11Vtl e 4J :. ... .;
I ;,
tpeaker State Senator Warren S. OLar.-OYwcoYaaO, .. Aaaw3a co'R0"a0; o00+ Reg. 2 99
breakfast Is being .ewe.r.r.al..a.ea..r-.r--
The spon
1964 FORD GALAXIES 3.98 eI
Henderson served
as ..
cored by a group of civic-mind I ""
*d business men and commune the recent Venice Area 2Dr.. 4-Dr.. V.S, HT'i. AT, r
It? leaders who support United United Appeal drive PS, R H. WSW I

1 \J ;; i.. ',.WJIWH" ... _2for.9D ,
Venice East .
I 25 ENVELOPESyn fl '
d I : I .. ,
> '.u"n a,
I By SALLY STLBBS We Also Have I anlr; awns,._ Ifa,26

Word has been received that rently from College Point, Long In Stock 1 -
(ha Bob Decgani are in their Island N. Y, but with the I i .' S&sZFjOF
new home in Agawam Mass news that they have recently 1964 BUICK SPECIALS J AIXAUSHAVE CREAMS( ,
1 Bob, a great favorite around: purchased a lot in Venice Enst 2-Or* 4-Dr. and fL"G.5s ASPIRIN ,
Venice East was a former pro there is hope they will soon become Convertibles AIKOIOIKttlM. 1

it Quad City Golf Club and is residents here. During 1964 CHEVROLET n REX nRaleAarynpuN l.f Ml ? #
' now the Professional at Aga their stay here the Walkers are IMPALAS nlN wnr Mel ,1, I
warn Country Club.0 acquainting them with the entire Some *All. aTl/neb/ e dim* rr,uti f y4 i J
area, they take one and :: Shan t Iti r|v
Captain and Mrs John Blev. two day trips in all directionsso 1964 TEMPESTS ,.. BMW gnu, i
Ins left this week for a summer they will be familiar with y
in the north. After visiting their the entire. west coast. Any i1.2icr7Oc s 24" ZhrVBRITS aAVttAEW
family in Kentucky they will spare time from traveling Mrs 75 Cars To Fibu Ml' tghtwnlh0 SAFE/mCTRlct/
p to State College Pa Cap- Helm spends bathing in Warm sena INMNNwe WML ICE CHEST BARBECUE GRILL Charcoal Starter
tarn Blevlns waa stationed Mineral Springs where the is Choose FromESTIL'S 1fer.lar with his-
old Urge, ret I Ight is i tNlher Chrome plated pod Clew! Sift! Stirtt cdarcoil
relief from
experiencing an
there as ROTC Instructor during Guaranteed to keep food c8d d duptalourdiyt. d et Crank ilivitlni mecha- .
a tour of duty. The Blevins ailment. I QQ .Foldnl j' QQ naiffywtrmutjsn
will be guests of the William -0- I.U3 U.OOf;MVa f.gflMATTRESS
Foinmiulitil easy SET t
Bryants while they are in State Alber and Helen H one r ;
College They will then go on celebrate' MULTI-VITAMINS
birthday together 3 SPRAY
to Sebago Lake, Maine John, is ,,
IWa j re p" Ca M eMealr
in extra fine golfer will surely Their days apart birthdayl, their being relatives only two and New & Used Cars My w r.lr a uR as, le, ., CRmmnegulxwro '
enjoy the beautiful Sa "
playing friends have picked the dayIn ior, .2N299 NwelohW'AU.AEO .
logo Lake Country Club. The celebrationday 215 S. Tamtatnl Trail I
] Blevins will return to their between as the PANOVITE PAHOVITE
4 -
and will aee that they have TELEPHONE 488-6541
home on Venice East Boulevard ] M MnroA aelWllll 1.50
In the early fall one they will remember Micas r'w Ir NII/r.,j1, IM.RownlM Th/ Glad bahiorlthauestoglaeor
J ..0- d\4I 'K11Il rniwIernlg : r .l NM.1.rMmWANM'M.w K.KALARM Rewa11a I 2r/*'
TIle .we rrll aloe, 1515 her I '' FACIAL TISSUES l
Venice East Community I Mwra M rnr w15ALL CLOCK
Assn will meet Monday, May legx Buy M IM
Finest facial halitydolt!
40 hr spring wound loud bell
boo andsare
11. at 7 30 .m. in the admin
: p alum, Quiet tick, Plastic and absorbent Sot 01400'10"Me *
litration building of the development f w 1.49 cast Easy to read I Q7 S celen.' TQfboldiwmenlvliist 1.y
corporation. On the Li liwl 3J.ie.. lS SHEER COMFORT (f
agenda for the business meetIng Tiii.
will be the reading of theby.laws. Restaurant SpecialsTHURSDAY SACCHARIN ( SUPPORT
The board of trustees Ids
Tablets A NYLONS
has formed a draft of the by L1 lawn for the approval or rejection 1 x11kp.nMn N..I. pk..5 ..Ufi Ylwyl -. w o by Spun*!
of the member Any real FRIDAY SATURDAY tae wank r1YNa hr ""m 1rM1 Nil
dent of Venice East is eligiblefor AM are d 7r = .T *r MMtt l.<|Mil| Wh Ui f
membership in the assocla Del Monico SAUTE BURGER 1 A1M 40c 2199

linn, and will be most welcome STEAK I SHRIMP I uc 1"a ,a ,., /N Sw ..50xew 9
to attend this meeting After 51,115t AIR V 30 ,,,t ; 2t4.9
the 10' will meeting follow a It social will be hour games'or 97c 82c m user m.w = ., ,,na e q.$5 Ma flal9nw.w1n lealrenae fleece BEACH UMBRELLA GARDEN HOSE, ;1 a

sight elne toot Mmne wrap 2p ttfilwn rumpo i Cotton w'* 'J1""* I1"!WOfi t
-o- tlimpt w IM 6' mm I ml a end rayon umbri a. SI or* aid>, peel! IMM"""
Mr. and Mrs Frank Wolan Complete Sunday Dinner. 99c .r.r a plle Ras"r U" Mies, Mla WcndeilulfofyardC QQ ..' ...... ... .99orbeacllOny 4f
aid and daughter Yvonne will I' J.3J jjft...,/16.....j.99 CHEWABLE C!i
wave tomorrow for York Val. UXAU MONACETAPC M NUDMAN

l Iy, N. Y where they win -'"; Ta'ief'lAx J J 'afRe. Tablets MULTIS -
spend\ the next three month. ew..rwtaeM.ArkAp4.'k'

The Wolanski were formerly GN pate el almphkldlch yiTAMIHSnnd
from York Valley and they I AIwIU (t1LAWN
; ;
have of
and lots
many fri n4s DISCOVER wera rt telly In I tAnwacl'
Nlitive to vwit, but not a candy fluotid lablitI00l
different for 100'1cal ;
bed every night : "u,11 algae l>f >ep
a."u ,
the maintain .
Wolanskis, that A''
I trailer there and use it for e 10r SPRIN'KLER"' r W 2lor 210
what happens cds RADIO
headquarter on their northern r a lor HA DRYERS

ojournt eepl l rain.I like pitll Handsome simulated red 11- Navar radio Ilka K at mover "\
-0- A #",dJ i en up to 1800 *4. ft. ard urry n(cut Large bwv priceltanplateethcaryngSet'NSpray !
The Willard Walkers' fust' when you open T auto- 7Q net 5 post on II QQ {
for the weeks are I T / uxurphsneand888
next two //I
1. 'l JI.r.. I tALCO mil edit control Oil a swatch Quiet H'99 I
Mrs Walker's meter and brother GOLDEN iiiAW
.In-law, Mr. and Mrs. JosPh .IX.L 1 n eeea NOMI
the dcor at a REX FRAGRANCE"H
Helm The Helm are cur i k I' ]'HAND LOTION .
I Don Gordon concise 'CONeIL ISTACALMA I htM. '
Oa Few:
;jj" ; "H ; 'a
Doctors To Attend Mal ..terLOTION" 1Mri3c, I 1.,00

State 21a11i ; *\ i ( lJ\ /i .. 'tl. ..., I ',.O
Meeting \ ,
DON GORDON HOMETWO Iki sa:02: : II ) & "un ,,,; Ac u..1, t.,, "
Five physician will officially .. er rrMlAewnkA6OQ 111. ....". : I .\ / I ::1 otl :JJ 201
Sarasota I
represent the IW nN'eMEYElO 11.1'RlXAll
County Medical Society at the exciting NEW models lid or IFOLDING / Spring Cushion ST | GallonGAS U'A "OMSf
J2* annual meeting of the I CANStlfventinf (AlA NOMI RUIANCILDUID .
Florida Medical Aaaoclation In THENEWPORT I """" PEROXIDEee. TRAY CAR SEAT poly spout (, t f FACIALCREAMS[ %..
Jacksonville today through THEMANHATTAN tTa tcrlGN Alcohol and Rain resistant! Contoured (for use with your ( clue FOUNDATION fIIJ ,

Sunday I peer Asitdesignt seat belts NonsaggingCorn.veesibleformcsystorage" ( -_- R.. 1150 .... /';
They are Drs. Samuel E. Rio. eta M wn 74c Ioitable.RenI CQfwcedforlonjusi L7t77c
2 Bedrooms, 2 full Baths, n .. l 09 can. for 2/kr I:I
Kaplan, John M Butcher KarlR. 2 Bedrooms, 2 full Baths, 2" 2 .g; MI/. s .,;:;;; 2or /
Rolls, Melvin M Simmons Spacious Living Room, Enclosed Garage, General I ,R A, r; /jL/
and Millard B White Central Air Conditioning I chit central heat, 99c SOc' 151

and Heat G E. Conditioning. ea.a
seael eussneaaIN .. n CMAJM,
Swim models are ready for your !inspection with, | MILK of OL lace MIN Ott REPELLENT :.
Ins Two citm new -
/ created to meet your desire for Ii"Ii"a jMAGNESIA ruNa lax HUT ,
0 truly Interesting deilgn torqrM** III.t."I''
Water the f neir and located In a prestige community with a c ....Uo ILO.eM -J eon. 7f ....7,. r trascah21or70e' ;,
country club atmosphere VENICE EAST e I' k- 1" i.2" i.-! pan r, 'k"c... 1"0-"
AT 53 2far 2 ., -- J'tA'w/flH I: / RoIirt,'11er99a
Warm Mineral t Open Daily In Venice East I 64t 99C 80C 16t *:\' .i. AtMoiDiiidoiint'

Don Gordon' Construction Co. i i'o I

Springs VENICE EAST BLVD. We reserve the right lo limit quantities wh ire suppl ei last Federal tat where eppl cab''*

PHONE 488.5631 1 fc ...if1ltiyiirif* -'<1r! "I 12 Miles South of Venice VENICE, FLORIDA --' ''''''_e rt '1iol"" "''''''' >flr I
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DOROTHT GATNOB j I Miss Roberta Merrill Wins -

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.: .. tttms. t* ..agog_ Summer Music Scholarship

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One of the moat intprosting does sound good though. Miss Roberta Merrill, ninth
tones we hare heard lately it -0r -- I i ie grade Venice Junior High
the laga of Margaret Butlerof Forrent WhItehouse, stung } ,aaa a School student and daughter of
Nokomis and her I law of the Paul Cheneys of Mr and Mrs R. P. Merrill of
career She to known to meet 1 t Sunset Drive stopped by on an 109 East Aurora Ave., is winner
Venetian, whether they know, overnight visit with them while of Cecilian Music Society ,
her name or not since she was I in Florida cm business this scholarship to Florida State ICr.
a practical nurse at Venice week from his Raleigh N C. University Summer Music
Hospital from 1951 to 1962. She home!. Camp,
left then to enroll at Manatee She won over Miss Janice
Jr. College and despite the fact Wade in audition held Tues
Oft to Chicago' to attend the
that she has a husband (Howard National Police Assn! meeting day night at the Choral room
i Butler). four daughter in Chicago are First Lt JohnD of Venice High School.
(three at home) and a grandchild De Baltz and Gerald Aren Judges were Mrs. Janet R.
she commuted for two berg. De Blati is commanderof Garner, Sarasota musician and
i j years while obtaining her associate the Venice composite squadron teacher of music at Sarasota
In art degree in nun of Civil Air Patrol and Junior High School, and LeoNai..r
ing Graduation day was" yesterday Arenberg" Is chief warrant officer also of Sarasota, trom- r
j I and her proud family First Lt Stanley Lavins, bonist in the Florida West
was on hand to congratulate squadron officer of CAP. is in I Coast Symphony Orchestra ; -
i her for bringing home the charge while they are away.0 tiY Miss Merrill\ will report. in
Khcepekin! which had indeed Iht' Y Tallahassee_for the five weeks
become session on June 21 .
a cooperative
Douglas George Kiesling,
project. Margaret was in nursing VHS student, is pretty sure f For the competitions sheplayl"d MISS ROBERTA MERRILL AND THE JUDGES
a piano number, "To a I
training in York when fall.
what he will be doing this
she met and married Howard Water Lily" and sang, "Ouvre -
He has been accepted by Florida

half after her she training had completed To make about the Petersburg Presbyterian" for the College 1964.65 in St.. nn .' A ikr Ton Miss Coeur"Merrill by\ Bizet is a soprano, Ohio Ceremony Will Unite
She has I
studied voice for" the
tory even better although she
is the son of Mr and Mrs
was in competition with students past four years and is a vocal Miss Peter Stewart
younger than two of her Lester T. Kiesling of \1100 Pine (Gondolier photo bf Bob OWndorf student of Scotti Benigno She Wilson
daughters, she won a state Road NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK begins Sunday hospital facilities for the public Inspection. studies piano under Mrs Clarence .
competitive scholarship of $300 College news includes two and Venice Hospital is joining with others Magee is president of the association and Wood Mr, and Mrs Ernest J Peterof !
to assist with her expenses She items: Gerald R. McClain, son in the nation in observance with an open Mrs. Barcus and Mrs Walsh] are membersof In the April 24-25 State Jun. Bay Shore Drive ,!I
is a happy person today and of Mr and Mrs Victor McClainof house Sunday afternoon In preparation, Mrs Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers who are lor Music Club auditions In Orlando today announce the NOkomls'l
the community Is happy with Dawn Street, has receivedhis Daniel Walsh, Christopher Magee and Mrs. conducting the open house Miss Merrill won a firstIn ment of their _
her Now she will go back to BA arts and science degree .. Delbert S. Barcus, left to right, are checking folk songs, vocal; a first in -. tion and Athletics, and li faculty .
Venice Hospital this time as from Florida State University - musically advanced, sopranoII advisor of the Shark
R. N.. at the end of Trimester was rated outstanding" as Club a coed swimming club.
an as soon as she rests ?r'
up" a bit. TI, and JoAnne Hurt, daughter Venice Observes Hospital a vocalist and won second The groom-elect is the son of
of Mrs. Joseph A. Hurt of place in all music categories, I David Wilson, also of Canton
-o- 201 The Esplanade S.. has j jI He was graduated from Canton
1II hard to reeKze how been elected secretary of the Secretaries Elect McKinley High School and ii
Simmons College Home Eco- Week With HouseVenice \ of
many of us in this area own Open owner the S. L. Wilson
northern homes and trek that nomic Club. She is a home ec Mrs. Minger Prexy Plumbing Co. in Canton. He it
a-way, come Spring, until the junior at Simmons which is in I paat-commander'" of American
May exodus begins Seems" like, Boston Hospital in conjunction Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m, of a patient, Magee explained] For 1964.65 YearThe \7\ Legion Post 44 there and Is i
then that practically every -0- with other hospitals Mrs. Delpert Barcus is general "Thirty years ago, the person 32nd degree Mason.
other home closes for a few Service news brings word the throughout the nation, Sunday chairman. She will be assisted I who entered a hospital Venice Chapter of the The wedding will be held
months. One thing those of us Marine Pvt, First Class Almond begins observance of National by Mrs Burnam Jones, could expect to stay approxi National Secretaries Assn Aug. 1 at Lowell United Church
who stick around have found D. Freeman Jr. has been Hospital week May 10-18, an Auxiliary president, refresh mately 14 days, Today, he can elected Mrs Carolyn Minger : \ of Christ in Canton,
out, however' is that summers I visiting in San Juan Puerto event held annually during the ments; Mrs, William Hamilton, anticipate a visit averaging resident of the group at the .-
week of Florence Nightingale'sMay hostesses; Mrs Ola Ferguson, 7.6 days, thanks to these improved May
here are pretty fine, too. Hav RICO while serving with the meeting Monday at the ,. Men Gardners
ing "sweated them out" in Eighth Marine Expeditionary 12 birthday hospitality shop and Mrs. methods of care" home of Mrs. Martha McKen Hear
New York City, Washington, UnIt in the Caribbean. His parents Venice Hospital Auxiliary Christopher Magee, chairman These improved methods, he tie, 237 N Nassau St Talk On Roses
D. C. and points East and live at 1101 GrovelandAve Volunteers will be in charge ofan of the Guides explained, are the result of Mrs. Minger will succeed ',..""' '. I Gerald Klyn, a member and I
West we like Venice. A trip open house at the hospital Serving as hostesses will be I scientific developments in Mrs, John Schroeder She and ,.w.. ...M,tat.!. I Judge of the A.A.R. (All
-- _.__.__._ Mrs J. Cellura, Mrs Robert health care, more efficient the other officers, also elected }'. .'' American Rose Selection) and
Fox and Mrs L. W. Barnes. diagnosis and treatment, and Monday will be installed at a ) } _... 1 commercial rose grower of
City Begins t l1 / 1 h/ r Guides will be Mesdames Richard higher medical standards. dinner meeting June 1 at Fish -" Mentor, Ohln, will speak" on
S 'l Slt .r I Satava, Daniel Walsh, "New triumphs of medical erman's Wharf. MISS DOLORES R PETER Roses" at Venice Men's Garden
Dance ClassesOn .t Irene Bryant, Earl Browning, science mean not only new sup- Other officers-elect are: Mrs. Club Friday,
Walter Kelsey and Harry plies and equipment for the Dorothy Douglas, vice.president lores R. Peter of Kent, Ohio, Klyn, who has a winter homeon
Monday Showacre. hospital but also require new ; Mrs Margaret Slack, to Stewart L. Wilson of Canton, Casey Key is also a member
The public is cordially invited skills for hospital personneland recording secretary; Mrs, Ohio. of the Venice Meni Garden
The City of Venice Recreation new technicians to operate Maggie Griffin, corresponding I Miss Peter was graduated Club.
Department announces a Christopher Magee, presidentof some of the advanced equipment secretary, and Mrs, Susie Es- from Union High School, Wil- The meeting" will be at !
beginners Round Dance Class the Venice Hospital Assn, The doctor's orders today tea, treasurer, loughby, Ohio, and Florida p.m. in the community room
starting Monday at 7 p.m. at summarized the work of hospitals often call many trained Plans! are completed for a State University, where she received of the Sarasota Federal Savings ,
the Civic Center" on Barcelona today, compared with 30 teams into action," rummage sale on May 16 from both her B.S. and M.S. and Loan Assn,
Avenue. years ago, As this progress is made in 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. at the degrees. She Is a member of i Guests are welcomeCHANEL.
It ii planned that the dancing "A patient spends half as medical care and hospitals become Toole Bldg, on Tamiaml Trail,
will continue throughoutthe much time and gets better vastly more complex, Proceeds will be used to senda
summer and fall, accordIng t t tti faster today in a hospital than they need more and more per. delegate to the association I'
to Councilwoman Blanche he did 30 years ago," he said sonnel to care for patients, he national convention in Wash-
Cell! and the dance sponsors, c'DES Services, drugs and methodsof noted, explaining that for each ington and to set up a scholar-
This fun program is designed SI patient care that were un I 100 patients in the hospital, ap- shIp fund for a high school FORe
to take up the slack in known a few years ago have proximately 237 employes are. graduate for further business
dancing activities e n JOY t d helped reduce the average stay needed training
through the All States Club and
the Olde Tyme Dancers Clue

which have suspended activI- ......., IL i
i, ties months for the summer and fall -GO WITH

Instructors will be by By and ,
Lou Markle assisted by the ; a
Gondoliers of Venice Round

Dance Club their who services have volunteered The. "A Sure Winner"e

Markles, who are members of
the Florida Round Dance i+ aur
Council, teach round dances asa _. a
hobby. At present they are ----- ..Wlruf.r V.uW YY WY ___.._.., THE MOSTTREASURED
round dance coordinators for w *y
Bob Dawson Intermediate A SUMMER PROGRAM of round dance classes Is being Er, yi'
Square Dance Club and Dav hcdulcd b) Venice Recreation Dept to be held on Monday
I son's Advanced Dan C i n <.. e':, nin-s ai' "cn C? C. -ic Center, Byron and Lou Markle will ; NAME IN PERfUME
Squares in Sarasota bi mctrutori< ( He Is shown seated, left, with Tony Masin, CHAN L
They also coordmatr the president of E.Icwood Buttons and Bows Club discussing i
round dance activity of the the plans while Mrs Markle and Julie Masin, left, look on. Perfume..... $5 up

Englewood Buttons and BuwE Instructive. I are invited to attend the first Bath Oil........... $5'
Club and are periodically guest All couples interested in session at the Civic Center
instructors for the Thursday learning more about the activity .I Monday. Spectators are always Bath Powder.... $5
night class conducted at the ..... _.-
and enjoy the dancing welcome. $3.50
Sarasota Community Center Cologne up
sponsored by the City of Sarasota .
Recreation Division. -+o-+c-+c-+c--te c %/ -K *

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I{ MAY 7, 1944

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Twenty-one members of the
Venice Business and Profes-
sional Women's Club attendedthe
District 9 meeting at Bay
Vista Restaurant in Englewood
Sunday at which a Venice

t member, Mrs, May Wrede,
was installed as district direc--

v. ..1wa tor.Mrs.. Wrede succeeds Mrs,

Lillian Bent, also a Venice
BPW member
Misa Betty Jane Slott of

Stuart, Fla.. state BPW recording .
secretary, was (guest( speak.
er and installing officer. ..r.'b .
!Serving:; with Mrs. Wrede
will be: Mrs. Mary Frances'
Caldwell of Sarasota, assistant ;

district director; Miss Litalens' r ', t4 ,
ivi Husted of Fort Myers recording rf } w

a secretary; Mrs. Helen
Townsend of Sarasota, corre: \
spending secretory; M i s I I i
1 Marylyn White Drsota Chap
f.4j : ,
ter of Bradenton, treasurer;

and Mrs Bea Jenkins of Englewood !''UaIl -.l .!!'.a ."'. ,'t .,JIIHt:,.............,.._..tutu _*i..--LJ.Bjjn,'..-: ; .._. l

_.......... parliamentarian. OondoUK photo" Dr Purl' MMtomlleft
.u ... .- All presidents of the 10
.t __.J.. .. tr.f
member clubs of the district and Professional Women to right: Mr. Helen Townsend, corresponding secretary;
WELL AHEAD OF 1 Brown".. '-" nhoto .br "Bnb Obwi > were present. Mrs Bent pre. were installed Sunday at an Englewood meeting by Miss Mrs Frances Caldwell, assistant director; Mrs. Bent and I
fORKING Carlo Kenneth E Events will begin withy sided and the Venice club was Betty Jane Stott of Stuart, fourth from left. Mrs. Lillian Bent, Miss Stott; Mrs Mae Wrede, director; Miss Marilyn White
plans for Night set for Ma dinner and dancing and end with a breakfast In charge of the workshop on third from left, retiring president, was in charge Officers are, treasurer; and Miss Eatelena Heusted, recording secretary. :
Yacht Club
II it Venice are Mrs Ralph L Evening swimming is also on the world affairs, which committee
Thomas, center, chairman, and her co-chair. agenda.
ien Mrs A. Bradford Smith, left, and Mrs Exchange is headed correFpon by Mrs den Wrede.c e Miss Shoemaker Will Wed College Club Judge Will SpeakAt

from the International Federation -
was read by committee Lauden Pitts On June 9 Installs TuesdayAt Home Club MeetCity
Venice Yacht Club members: Mesdames Ethel
Plans Judge John Blair waS
Long(( Val Mattox, Flora Suteu, __ .. __
u u. "Lu_ Final address the Venice Area Home
Maria Polo, Ruth Sovereignand m. end .u. Walter S i>"' N MeetingThe
Demonstration Club at its
Alta Jennings. maker of South Venice today
Entertainment, arranged' by announced the engagement of Venice Are College 14 meeting in the communityroom

Gala I Monte Carlo Niqht the hostess Englewood Club their daughter, Miss Sybil Shoe. Club will install officer at its Loan of First Assn.Federal Savingsand "
included a musical skit bv maker of Sarasota to H. Lau
Misses Margaret Leach and den Pitts' of Sorrento Shores final meeting of the season The business session win begin

I Monte Carlo night has been tables during the evening. Club Commodore George H. Alta Moore and skits songs The groom-elect is the son of Tuesday at 12:15 p.ra. at Ven- at 10 a.m. and Judge
and dances by Jim Parisi! and Mr and Mrs. C. E. Pitts, also ice-Nokomis Methodist Church Blair will speak at 11 a.m. Ha
ifduled for May 16 by the An eye-opener pool sid i e Wheeler, Jr, Philip J. John- 4w
will be "Wills" and
of Sorrento Shores subject a
!mot Yacht Club to benefit brunch has been planned for ston Charles R. Miles, Dwight Freddie Langlais Both entertainment fellowship halt
Miss Shoemaker is 1958 question and answer period
fleet the next under the S. teams were accom- a Dessert and coffee win be
club f pram morning Hines T. Lamar Hazen, Dr.
will be held after the talk.
Venice High School graduateand
\ full night of activities has supervision of the pool com D. R. Murphy Earl N. P. panied by Dick Williams. served
clubs was graduated from Florida Members of Nokomis and
Attendance for
en planned, beginning withbullet mittee with Mrs George H. Rawles, John M West, D. A. trophy
having over 50 members was Southern College in Lakeland Mrs. John Brndish local artist Englewood Home Demonstration -
dinner, served until Boyd, Jr., as chairman. Pattison Leonard R. Corcoran,
10 0 pm with dancing and Coordinator for the evening William P. Toole, Harry Raby, won by the Venice club. The in 1962 She is a memberof who la a charter memberand Clubs are invited as are
rtainment from 8:30: until affair is Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas Ralph L Wolfer, Carl Ronme Desota Club of Brodenton was Delta Zeta Sorority and was ... .. past president of the club, members husbands and
awarded the trophy for clubs president during her senior will be and friends. Guests present for the
() im. Two auctions have who will be assisted by n, Donald F. Clapp, Dr. guest speaker present -
with less than 50 members year She Is a member of a demonstration on pore talk may be seated between
rn scheduled for the evening Mrs. A. Bradford Smith and Gee Re H Boyd Jr., H. Paul
Mrs. Mrs Wrede will install the SCEA National Education trait painting She attended 10:45 and 11 am.ATTENTION.
Kenneth E. Brown.
9 30 p m. and midnight. Joseph, John G. Meadows, Jay
will be those in Robert Mahon Englewood BPW officers on Assn, Florida Education Alan James Millican University at
The pool patio open Among participating Lumley, D. ,
May 14. She was president of and Spinsters Club of Sarasota Decatur 111 and received her
the party, with games be- the entertainment will be Mrs. Ralph D. Lanius. Ralph L.
the Venice club when the She i Is a third grade teacherat fine arts degree from the University
: panned in the pool. Swim. Franklin K. Brown, Mrs S. C. Thomas, A. Bradford Smith !
rag will: be permitted, with Schroder, Mrs. D. William and Kenneth E Brown Englewood Club was organized Alto Vista Elementary of Illinois. She Is a Brides To B.
School in Sarasota.
member of the Venice Nokomis
eats requested to bring the Granger Mrs. John G Mead- Members are urged to make -- -
refre hIt Mrs. John M. West and reservations with the The groom-elect was graduated (( Art Assn, has exhibited larally WEDDINGSOur
per attire. Light ows, early of MISS SHOEMAKER
from the University
Auxiliary and her paintings will be
'! will be offered at the Mrs Earl N. P. Rawles Also club manager. Alabama in 1962 and is a memo on exhibit soon in a onemanshow Speciality

ber of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity Club, Elks Club and Junior Cell Th.

:Miss\ Flowers Is Officers MondayElection He served with the Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Harry Hager win become ITALIAN VILLA
Alabama National Guard until The wedding is planned for
Grace Methodist Women'sCircles Hair StalingEvent of officers for 1964- 1962 and after his honorable June 9 at Venice.Nokomis the new president, succeeding Home of Fine Italian! Food
Mrs. George
69 will be the main business of discharge came here to become Methodist Church. The Rev. {
I WinnerMrs the evening for the No.Vcl Aux associated with his father John Sanderson, former pastor son who will preside Tuesday. DICK STYERS
Meet On Tuesdaythe iliary to American Legion Post in real estate and develop who is now minister of Haines Members who have not yet 488-4674 488-3497

159, on Monday at 8 p.m. at the ment In Sorrento Shores City Methodist Church, will officiate made reservations should call
Kathy Flowers won Legion hall He is a member of Kiwanis Mrs. Ward Wright
May Circle meetings of the devotions and program. first place in Affiliate 36, Ven Only members who have
Circle will meet at 2 Englewood Area Cosmetologists
'lan s Society of Christian Esther
",.ce of Grace Methodist p.m. at the home of Mrs. John Assn. competitions In hairstyling paid eligible their to vote 1964 dues will be I Baptists Honor Pastor WednesdayThe YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn
Jet will be held Tuesday. R. Robinson of 317 Parkside Sunday at the District
Plans will be made to havea Rev and Mrs R. R er, Mrs Robert Merrill.
Naomi Circle will meet at Drive, with Mrs Ethel Tuckerin 11 State Assn contest at Fort
Auto Insurance
101.m. at the home of Mrs.B. charge of devotions and pro- Myers Country Club Sunday rummage sale In the near Lloyd will be honored guestsat I The Continental Baptist Ju
Paschal of 135 San Mar- gram She is employed at Anne-K future. Also plans will get the Baptist 150th Jubilee bilee is scheduled fol Atlantic 1 1. NEW LOW RATES
started for the DecorationDay Fellowship banquet Wednesdayat and 23. 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
Drive with Mrs Giles P. Miriam Circle will meet at Beauty Shoppe City May 22
:er conducting the devotionsd 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs Second place went to Mrs. parade on May 30.Mrs 6,30: p.m at First Baptist In summarizing the 150 yearsof 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
program. Glenn H. Norquist of 528 W. Dorothy Hicks of Englewood Arthur Swanson chairman Church of Venice. Baptist growth in North
Rebecca Circle will meet at Venice Avenue with devotionsby Beauty Salon and third to Mrs of the past president's i The chief address will be America, The Rev. Mr Lloyd
im, at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Parks Havnes and program -Kathy Hill of Trlxle's Beauty card party announces the following given by The Rev. Mr. Lloyd will discuss the work of Luther ,
C Wallar 1137 Pine Road'h in charge of Mr. Marie Studio door prize winners: whose subject will be "Expect Rice whose efforts led to the -
Mrs Fred Kanode in Marshall I Mrs Flowers will be style Mesdames Jean Muller, Great Things. David Good- 1814 Philadelphia meeting of AGENCY
of devotions and Lois Circle will meet at 8 p. director of the local affiliatenext Charles Schneider, Gretchen man will speak on episodes in Baptists in America Out of xJSfe
am arge pro- m at the home of Mrs WilLiam year and will representthe Nichols, E. D. Frech, J. E the life of the local church. this grew the first national organization ,' 116 W. Venice Avenue T

Grace Circle will meet at E Kruger of Riviera group at the Florida Cos- Smith, L. V. Norton, Alice Soloists will be Hubert Young, to support missionaries Telephone 4OO-22SO {
TO at the church with Street with Mrs. Robin Ans. metologists Asm Stylecapades Caleman, Lois Martin, Lottie accompanied by Mrs. Douglas &K ,
p.m. in charge of devotions at Ocean Mile Hotel in Fort Hogle, Edith Key, Stella t Arnall, and Miss Roberta Merrill and to act as a responsible MMtINTlN i f tofJK fWlU**
i Frank Church hostess pach
as and Lauderdale on May 25 Spicher and Cecile Thaxton. accompanied by her moth- national church body.
d Mrs I/mis Hill conducting program
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The Editor) any disturbance caused by Youth Confident Of Finding Jobs
J / I cannot think of a better their low flying planes Saturday ;
time for the property ownerson May J, and Sunday, May -

e4i VI U. S, 41, SOUTH ot Blackburn ,. By EUGENE GILBERT Idaho. Tho** :rows, P&opIa !
The local CAP also
Road to express their wishes to thank squadron all member rresUeat. Gilbert Teeth The teen-ager who do feel it workJn, a.a4 going to autos'
appreciation for the consideration of the MansBoU and ballasts Kesearth, Int.Utsplte will be difficult to get a Job.generally the aura time l2L*
and Interest extended: tothem exprea concern over interfere with theirMOpa
Citizen Band Club for their invaluable

by the Ewell Construct rising unemployment the fact that moat employersprefer "It would be a tretn
lion Co. and the Whittaker help and cooperation and tile threat of automation to hire people with experience. menial and Ph7.lcl1
i In the Venice CAP search for .
: J MUSH Of TRI' ASSOCIATED rata .- MIUBEI: OF TBt noRmA Piles ASSOCIATION Brother of Lakeland In comparison today' young people aren't too Other youth, such c
,r to the lack of cotuld- a musing Venice fishermen.1st worried about finding a Job *i Kenneth Korda, 11, of Wood- lu mbuaOhiyo. 410. at c..
n.. A..NUI ..... II .d.k"b" ..w.. rw ,.publkauea. .. .11 .... .'_Iob. w.dlt.a. to ration shown Lt. STANLEY SATINS one they are out of school.Many about making Many of
those propertyowners vide, X. Y. tM
.It w..b..N..r.dad, t. ...10 ,.... sad .too IIMI _. pablMld b.... AU ells N ... ..... Executive Officer Venlc.Compo.ite of the 1M hope and worry feel bon end rUta
..-.01 d.pu.b a., ... .-...4.Tho north of the aforementioned a good impression. KathyM. that et tM bIb ,
.... aid Mol ad""bl.a' .s..5 110101 amep.wRlehtsd. ..d !Ne .....bUeo&loo II Blackburn Road. Squadron, CAP. girls' we questioned recentlyfeel Rhea. II, of Detroit base el the program would 1dIoaI1It.$
a r -.r -- .b. ."N.5 hen.,- L. D. (Shorty) LANG To The Editors: : that they will have a good her worries on past experience ,. plicat.d by Umite,
)' Rt. 3. Box 11M enough educational background "From having to find a aide activities. 11I4 mdseoA
.. .... Member of the Venice Area
f kIUk l fun Moadu u4 Tkaradw I1M4 & Mluil Anu to qualify them for seeking employment last !know that it about whet
Noltoml! 'Job summer I field to
(:MOT* At (MM* ChM MMUr Al fort Offtw ,M ,...., ITorM College Club wish to exprtss to. Nearly halt. of theteeneagere lent very easy," aha explains.: "Many kid. 25 *
our gratitude to the GONDOLIER
you '
EDWARD D. BALL ........... ....... .................... Editor and Publisher To The Editor! for the excellent cov. afraid of being aay unable they are to" find not Just cent over favor half the the teens-51 work school and work forgetaiJ1'" KeiwS, thea*
The Venice per programfound
COURTNEY WILLIS ... .. .. ... .. ........ .. .. .. .. Advertising Manager CAP wiah Composite* to Squauron .rag accorded ua during the I job when they are ready to In many college where 11. of New York thinks. see..
d SAM DILLON ...... .... ........ ................ New and Newsphoto Editor apologia: to the residents of put jree-r.Sincerely.CLARA do so, while 43 per cent do feel'ppr.henalOft the student alternate classroom Kraut. IS. of BrooklJ'l\ N Iobhp, T

r I: ROGER KILBY..... .... ................ ......... Mechanical Superintendent the bay area around Midnight H. HACER.Corresponding ; : some the business world.about entering In* his study with field.an Only outside 49 dante agree.In Those high nhoplrp;
Pus, and aimiUr areas, for Secretary 'job major such a
\; Interestingly enough' w e per cent think this would be a -would be to enthusias etas
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $3.M per year, )3,23 per alx month, $2.7S found no significant difference good Idea at the high school having. the 'Job and extra
\ I per three month, 10 cent per copy. Out of county, $6,23 per year $.U between the opinion of the l.velhowev.r. ey, and might be tan mob-
All-American boys and the girl*. It seems the **\ b
1" per ass months, $3 per three month. The program combining quit school he aye
young women are 'Just a* confident According to
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of finding work M the
the college I level Auburndal. Mar. a
were generally "I111!
From young Most men of the teen baaed their hailed because theyprepare and earn" I'rnrrellWllUJd 1I
r A Word Of Appreciation Tokyo Speaks asourane on having<< sound the student for seeking "it exactly would Opposite give teen He, .e'III
educational training Kathleen a 'job later on, and offer sn gel,. a

Kaln, 17, of Gross f>oint Park, opportunity to earn some extramoney. chance and gain to show TespoME ,
The GONDOLIER subscription! campaign appreciation.It Only English Now Mich., apeakj for many when "Problems. tame time"experience: it lilt
i lies closed on a highly successful eta has a request to make.' This U she sips, "I feel by pl.nnlngaM.d could be solved created In the at classroom work Speaking for many fa MI*

} note. your newspaper, devoted to the Interests Chris' Gerard IS-yearjd eon possibility ia the A.wepepereand school when you choice are of still subjects inhigh ," says Paul Emery IS, lyn Skulnick., of Camd@ll,II
by -
.' The hard work by the contestants and of 1H reader and all South Sarasota of Mr. and Mr. Joe Gerard of wishing to adopt a eon to mark, etc., everyone of New Egypt N. J.. in support J., who thinks "it..is my d
303 N. Naasau 61, i I. an All. rear with their three daughters of the program. "I think It because it gives theme Iut
I' the wonderful received We ask that will be able to find a Job"Josph '
response they County. earnestly you kelp American boy he discovered immediately began adoption would develop responsibility of the business world"
made it possible for this newspaper now us to mat It I better paper Your tdeai when he was a special guest at proceeding Chris arrivedIn Feit. IS, of New Haven and help more people attain a -
Conn., agrees, "I'll havegood a .... ..
\1! to enjoy I record circulation end suggestions to this end will be 9"lItly.ppr.ci.ted. the reception and dinner givenat this country in January, education behind me," he college education," add Peggy HOMETOWN,
f For this Tne GONDOLIER ft Ringlmg Art Museum by 1955 a* their son and was reared ay'. Stutsman, 1$. of Monroe Mich. .. CLAIM ,
6 expresses Oov and Mrs. Ferns Bryant in Pique Ohio until the And SERVIC
18-year-old Sheers
Several boys and girl have Lightof ........,
for visiting Japanese dignitarie Oerard moved to Venice last New York aey ''I feel responsible
planned ahead and are entering Celt
i *. year.War' professions in which there for paying part of my ". :
I l The Election It was not always so. Bride Helped is great demand "I'm going to tuition," and think a combined "r-I'll u.n 5s".J HUGH
Chris Marled life as TsuchlysShim Before he came to the United program would help In this McPHERSON
t in Yokohama, Japan, States his home was in Our be a nurse and "there la alwayswork way. P59142
i" South Counta'nt failed to turn out in nomination for sheriff" In the race for the and when he arrived in this Lady of Lourde Orphanage in for them, explatna Sue 4814547 ..
Campbell IB, of POM ----
; the anticipated fore but the whole country in 1955 to greet his Yokohama The Gerard said
on District 5 county commission pest Floyd CflkktNr
foster-parents he had cried all that he was most disconsolate:
r they appeared to have chosen wisely in Potter and Robert Wright wound up !I.a I. the way acres the Pacific and upon arrival but three Japanese New

aG;l, Tuesday's Republican and Democratic pri. run-off. could not apeak a word of Eng war !bride in Piqua helped the ..) best recipe for folks
lish. bridge the for him arid
marie. Particularly gratifying wi +fl. resounding When he talked with the Jap. within the week gap he wa chat. Neighbors w-a
i" Out of a tote! of 9,704 eligible voters victory of Bob Zina la the race for nose governor and their ting to a surprised telephone newly moved toY

5,337,, llotted for Gubernatorial Ca/tdi. circuit court clerk wives, guests of the United operator in Japanese and was Tk GONDOLIER welcome

date In the six South County precincts, With Boyd Gernhard the men Tim beat State on Chris a IT-day tour of that this dashing. ; about !in a cowboy tintform. these pew Belghbor .ntca
country, discovered
I with all Sarasota County casting I,9IC retiring from the county commission South he to South County i iMr
could not remember any The visiting Japanese officials *. Naomi Tou,. ***
I i votes out of a possible 38,507. County voters now will/ have an opportunity words In his native language and their wives were accompanied Ballard, North Port Char. I fob ace plum call (or coupe heir,))

The vote for candidate for county offices to further enhance the quality el, "It was very interesting, by William E. lotto from Cennectleot. add hottm with tusXeti! of gifts ut
particularly 'the war the worn* Dietz James Wiohed YoahDuroSalto and 8ebweltser Information) about the city, ttir n
held to about the that when. Esther; Maybery Itlllo
representation body they
same proportion.Some en
en dressed saM. and Mrs of
were he Grace Braley 131 Herblsoa NewPort n ins hwpitelrty. and you'll hive i let-
good men won nomination; tome choose between Potter and Wright In the "But when they aaked me questions the U. & Department of State Charlotte from New emus rod delightful wslcwre. jgstPHOHE48H80I
good men were beaten. May 24 run-off. I had to have one of the and Japanese aide Mr. and Yerk. !J Dblelco

South Countains; can tale satisfaction in Now that the Initial preliminaries are interpreter tell me what" theyMid Mr. Wataru Mlyauchl, Mas*. Miss Marie Iteeseh, Ml
and answer for "' klcKl Ogawa and MasanoriYasuda.
the fact their own candidate fared SO out of the way better showing In voter+ Chris waa Invited by the For. Other member of the Porto Bello, North Port n.,.

well in the countywide vote, with Jack Interest Is to be hoped for en May 26 emor and Mr. Ryotare Arum party were members of theGovernors' lotte Mr. from and Mr Cleveland. T. L. Sand.OM* > le Va onr

Knuckles leading the field for Republican and In the November finale of Tokyo Metropolis Prefec Conference. berg, Mieael Anvele Serre
lure tt) visit them la Japan. They were guests of GOT. and
Coy Arum la president of the Mrs. Bryant at breakfast in to Shores, from Indianapolis,
: ,
'j Japanese National Governor'* Tallahassee Tuesday morning lod.
. t Dog Ears Assn. and the party was transferredto Mr. and Mrs. Donald $efHng -------------- - -..ea
Sunset Drive, Nehemli,
Mr. and Mr*. Gerard were invited Mingling Museum. in the late from, Cleveland Ohio.Mr. WELCOME NEWCOMERS!

?t a Thousands of friends of M.Beat the President of the United State, but to the to reception accompany and dinner their and eon afternoon.by Ringing They board were entertained ", em. and Mr. F. Weker, Uta (this wupo to lot n knot fw'n bin I

.' Friend let collective when. by a school teacher Gerard who i* director of ben and the staff headed by 921 Myrtle Ate., Venice. I IA0Dpf I
out a yelp grammar by the name Loveland School for Retarded Mr, and Mr*. Kenneth Dona. frem Philadelphia Pa.Mis
President of Miss Hattie. It was Miss Hatttie't fev. hue the Winifred Lewis ISlet :
Johnson stretched the acre of Children found his Interest In Arrangement for meet - I
i th.t erit* punishment for cutting In class the problem was shared by his ing with Curls Gerard was Miss Beatrice Lewis 1! Armada CITY
Whit up
Beagle. (temporary address), I
dinner table companion Gov. made by staff member Florence
'1 W* recall particularly the time Miss Venice from Pennsylvania. Pleura hive th* Welcome Wagon Hostess call on mea
Hiroshi Kurokl of Miyaiakl Gilmore I
Dog lovers the world over accused the Hattie with Mr. and Mrs /. M. Camp- I would like It t subscribe to the
caught us our feet In the part Prefecture, and Mr.. Kurokl. The Japanese officials will GONDOLIER |
) President of being cruel and inhumane.Mr. of the desk where the books belonged. Retarded children project are visit 10 cities including Miami ben, Oak. Street, Laurel from D I already subscribe to the GONDOLIER 1

it' Johnson replied that when clog yelp Besides pulling Miss Hattie among their major charitable Fort Lauderdale, Tallahassee, Pennsylvania, fill out coupon and nail to Circulation Dept. j I
our ear
works and asked Gerard Sarasota, New Kansas J. O. Eastman palm at
it It for |joy and not In and that this they York
..l, pain flailed ui with a handrule, the gold watch to exchange literature and art City, Seattle and Washington, Pines Court, Nokomis, from --tf- M"IAdnt4 ,
Jo war the case when. he lifted Him or Her, pinned to her blouse swinging violently exhibits from the work of Loveland D. C., while he.... They. left Sarasota.

,rat''' we don't know which, by Its lobes. back and forth all the while, until w* School children with them for Fort Lauderdale yesterday
when they return to Japan. morning.The .
: lithe Preiident'i right, we've heard a could extricate our feet end get them "They wanted to know if I Governor and their

'f lot of joyful canine noises In our time. back on the floor where they belonged.Not planned to go back to Japan wives are:

11 q like when as a lad, our mongrel came only that, but we got our britches and if I liked it here. Chris Mr. and Mr*. Ryotaro Aruma i iofte&f/ T5e/ 0WfI suatl
said "I would like to see the (Co-leader; President of National
loping home with load of buckshot In dusted
? I after
: making home
our slowly .
way country but I don't even remember Governor Assn) of Tokyo
ta,,1 hit derriere, put there by." Irate neighbor and reluctantly the long way 'round with anything about it, except Metropolis Mr. and Mr*.

t : whose chicken yard he had Invaded. a not from Mist Hattie recounting our the orphanage where I Yoshio Miur (Co-leader) of

d I Or the time when. he desecrated somebody's misdeed. lived." Miyagl Mr. and Mr. KlngoMachimura ( SEE HOW EASILY IT'S DONE
They seemed pleased of Hokkaido Mr.
n I shrubbery' and got a volatile con. W* don't recall any public outcry then they found Chris was happy in and Mr. Tadash! Chide of

I ; I : cotion called high-life poured down hit about Our being Inhumanely treated. Andwe his adopted country he aold. Iwate. Mr. and Mn. Nobuo ELECTRICALLY !
'I'' backbone that Chris is in the seventh gradeat Yokokaw of TochliU Mr. and .
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p'I I We can't speak for dogs, but w* can noises we mad en these occasions were one of the first five war orphans Nagano. Mr, and Mr*. Yuki.yasu .

ItIf attest personally that It hurts when a not from joy of Japanese-American Matsuno of Gllu Mr. and
parentage to reach stile coun Mrs. Motohiko Kanal' of Hyogo
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Bowlers of the week: Gerry; LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB ( "
members of the Venice _...., _, ,
Early Wynn Lanes Myers and Vera Davis. Standings Grouper Snooper Scuba Diving -"- : ,4t

: Clean Sweeps, 74-46; Club Saturday visited the Sl'MMFR SCHEDULE
Sooth Florida Construction Will Do's, 68-52! ; Lucky Joes, derelict hull they sunk off Venice (1)). Ladies' beginner golf clinic starts this morning at r tt '
Kay Miller Avenue Apparel 60-60; Vera's Vigilantes, 58461H "' two weeks ago and found 10 a.m. ""
170; Bea' Stephenson Cape ; ]Four Points 54-66; Hodges' that three cobla and three ((2)), Ladies' golf league starts tomorrow at 9.30 a.m. ((2 7' 1t

Haze Water. 478; Ed Oster Hotuhots. 47.-12'a. grouper had adopted it aa their to a team).
huber Don Rase! Realtor 211- Summers Nursery Car 1 1Rohman. new home. (3)). Men's league (2-man team) starts at 4 p.m., Wednesday

843; Cape Haze Water 0022203. Radio Station The hull is in 35 feet of water May 13.
Final standings: The WAMR 244- 95; Clay Cooper' five miles off shore on a Both of these leagues are open to all golfers and will be
Paint Mart BS'i-M'V; Avenue Venetian Gardens 136-584! course of 210 degrees Diver' for nine holes each week' Eighteen teams have signed' up in
Apparel I. 824-49'n ; Cape Haze Bowlers of the week, Buster and anglers in the area are the men's league and 12 in the ladies' league A special
Water Works 80-52; Blitch's Blackburn and Ray Driver' welcome to the artificial reef, greens fee rate of $1 will be inteffect for players who pay
Shoes' 77-58;; Ennlewood Savings Winning Well, 48-20; Hood's but divers are reminded that dailv greens fees
j :& Loan, 74-58: Don Bawl Dairy. 44-24; WAMR 41.27; they should display their flag The leagues are handicap so many of you who have ask. .
Realtor, 71H-80'4 : DicVs American Legion, 36H-314; (red with white diagonal ed about having a handicap need none as this will be established t
I Sifns 71-81 : Hood's Dairy Bard Manufacturing 3 -'I3:' ; stripe) so that other boats will weekly as you play.
I WU4-7SH : Pnnnill's Custom Venice Meat Center 35-33: Venetian remain 100 yards distant. JUNIOR HIGH TEAM UNDEFEATED

Upholsterr' 54-82; Busch Bavarian Gardens, 34-34: Spear Making the inspection tour Friday evening 10 youngsters representing Venice Junior
50-82; Publix!! Markets. Inc., 33ls-34' : Taylor Hardware were Dr Douglas Williamson High School trounced McIntosh of Sarasota, 34-10. in a county
I 48-84! ; Hevwood's. 4488. 29-39; Publix Markets' Don Weekes and Robin John league match. Thev came back Tuesday to humble Sarasota

Early Wynn Classic A. 28'i-39li' ; Patndge BarberShop son Junior High by a 36 to 8 score. v _.. -- ---- ...
(Lucky) Burdme, 234: Terry 2414-43'! ; First Federal. The youths have been coming out to the club with their (Gondolier photo be
Sourbeer, 210-201-188-606; 1949. Wishing/ Well second half coach Guy Bennett, each Wednesday afternoon for their Instructions Ohon4ottlPeden ,

Earl Edge! ,, 212 winner' defeated first-half win- VJHS Tennis Approximately 30 boys, ages 11 through 14, are IT'S UP TO YOU Jim Somers, Venice ; rear: Terry Green, Bob Harrison
Earl' Wynn Junior' ner Venetian Gardens in a roll participating in the clinic.! Ten of the low shooters in practice High School track coach, hands the baton to Charlie Hodges Bruce MacDonald and Bill
Senior Hlth Jackie Bullock off for the championshipAmerican rounds represent VJHS in each of the matches. John Henne as if to signify that he's done all Krueger. Henne, Rezek Henriquez and Peden
147; Sharon Curtis 147- Roofing of En1e- Team Wins 2nd Individual scoring against McIntosh: he can for the Indian track team, and now it will represent Venice in the sprint med!' < relay .
412: Marc Powers 203-538! wood Bruce Caldwell 236: Kirk Tischler, 46; Steve Ravburn, 47; Morton Chiles. 47; is up to them as they' enter Class A competition ; Harrison In the pole vault and high
Venire Elementary Louise Duane Keaser, 635; Keaser' MatchThe Mark Koenig 48; Ben Steele, 50; Mike Estes, 50; Don Willis, in the state meet at Gainesville on Sat. jump; Hodges in the discus and high jump;
Stark. 127; Chuck Fradr. 149. Brothers, 10883128. Bowlers of League 51; Ed Courtney, 53; Bob Austin, 53; Tolly Bowles' 5J. urday The other eight Indians who qualified MacDonald in the shot put and discus';
Enyl'wood Elementary he week Duane Keaser and Individual scoring against Sarasota Junior High: along with Henne in the district meet last Krueger in the 880-yard run; and Green In!
lois Davis, 85; Fred Egger, Bill Refer. Top three places in LT1 Indians of Venice Chiles, 43; Jeff Sourbeer, 44; Estes 48; Steel, 47; Tischler, Saturday at Clearwater were, from left, the pole vault.
102.Winners second half: American Roofing Junior' High School upped their 49; Rayburn, 49; Willis, 50; David Rose, 51 ; Koenig 52; front: Tom Rezek, Joe Henrique and Paul
In the "Bowler of 43-25; Manco-Crawford. 41.27: season's tennis mark to two and Courtney 55. Sourbeer and Rose are both elementary
the M ith" tourney were Nita Key Agency Insurance find En- wins and one loss Tuesday by school students.With .

Burdine, 608! : Bt'a'Stephenson. Rlewooti Auto Service. 3731. A defeating McIntosh, 4-3. a continued youth program and with the fine show.
988; Marv Ellen Blount. !585: roll off will be held between In singles matches, Patty Ings made earlier In the season by Venice High School and Venice Lions 1st National Bank
Georjte' NichoH. 8M; Bill Tra- American Roofing and Keaser' Johnson (IV) trounced Fred now by Venice Junior High, we can be assured of a fine golf
hen, 6S5; and Frank Woodruff Brothers, first half winners to Swartzendruber, 6-1; Ronnie future for the area. ,
631. determine the league champion Jones (V) downed Ricky Hunt.er Many have asked about the Junior program at Lake Ven I

7-5; Susan Etgen defeated ice. As mentioned before, all boys and girls from 7 through
Caldwell Court-Marie John. I Kathy Johnson (V), 8-6, 17 are eligible' The program will start about June 1, and Lead Junior-Senior Divisions
Myakka LanesFinal son, 190 scratch; Betty Bur. The doubles matches were registrations are now being accepted at the club
kett, 235 handicap: Em Mavle- split with Jimmy Meadows and

"Bowler of the Month" ben 53.1: scratch; Helen O'Neil. Roger Tyrrell (IV) getting by I Venice Lions and First National Graff gave up two hits, bothto nerup spot In the senior division
competition' will be held Saturday 633 handicap; Delta Oil 1006836. Craig GoldYk and Rancy Me- I Gulf Little League Standings Bank have taken over Richard Rohlwing. and Dalton with 4-3 records.
beginning at 1 p m. Annual Bowlers of the week Meth, 8-6, and S. Schaffer and I sole possession of first placein hurled a n-hitter.Flr.t In the Farm System the
I Pettis Steve Johns
W. beating
"Bowler of the Year" Helen! O'Neill and Lil Beans
the junior and senior di in
National's run came Yankee continue to lead the
and Hurt (VI), 6-2. D1VISIOVenlee
competition will also be held H. Brooks the 2-7-10 Billy JUNIOR
up SENIOR niVIHIOVIpt visions, respectively, of the
W L the fifth inning. Shortstop Steve field with three victories,
Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. plit and M. Johnson the 479. I tjone _._ 1 1 tv L CUI Gulf Little after three
League the in the losses and tie.
and Mrrrhinta _.. d I CUT.m N.II.....' Rank ., .a I Deans first man up a Osprey la 8fCoond
ending at closing time. Final standings First Federal, toprvr
: V.ol..N.knnb Bunk ._ d e S. .. 't- Federal 4 : : weeks of play frame was safe on an error with two wins, one lo sand
Eligible bowlers may roll at 7-45; Englewood Nursery.5VM'i Dulcie Wright InrM. Power a Llfht/ .._ d I Ill .:.. .:-== 4 The Lions defeated VeniceNomis but was forced at second on a one tie.
time this : .. d a l'4Vent. .pen .5
during period. Artistic Salon enlre HMarr : :
any Beauty -
; F'ka' .-...._ a 4 1nnen Venice Xhnpplni co'-;' ; .I Bank 8-6 Saturday fielder's choice by first base. With a full slate of activity
83'a-48'i : Lashury Real- Re..iIoa .__. ..5 d 1 Th..d.,'. Rwet5 Jeff Knuckles. A wild
night to drop the Bankers out man
Thursday Xi l1tlIucl! ors, noM; Wise Potato Chips.2V594 1st In LVWGA rin.mli 'UMM ___ 1 1 d" lot N.tlnn.1 It. II... Pd.eat I on tap this weekend for all
Frank 200 Jim Sander 'G"", .. Milml .lea-" H.lutd.t'l RniiltiOtpre of a first-place tie in the junior pitch put Knuckles on second teams in all divisions a shake
Sabater ; ; Norwood Roofing I. Sum Feriwa) I.
Tlnmlaif'e Remit division. The Bank then and he scored when Dalton
!958 Barbara Yarger 170- Rexal! ......,. lit N.llon.l. I, Klwunli I. up in the standings Is sure to
; Drugs : rP.L 4, I.
Weekly EventDulcie F.M.t'. R..IqAa Tee..!.''. R...,.. lost to Nokomis Lions, 13-9, on threw the ball away on a pick. occur unless] the weather man
449. Bowlers of the week\ Jim Delta Oil. 56-76; Blalock [nsur. .... Federal. 4, Klw.nl. L off second.
.1.001 ctU' Monday to a and one- play at
go game
pnt" In halt the
steps to proceed.
Sanders, Kathv Anderson and once. 52-80: Hood's Dairy 5D82 1I..d... R..ltoRnt. Oiprer 4. Venire Ftiopplnc Outer I.
Wright scored 43 to TenliM'l .h..I.. half back of the leaders. The lone Kiwanis player to
Babe Rice. Royale Cabinets Fisherman's Wharf 50.82 I ... !. Meer R.e. 4.n.0 ings.
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Mnrh. II, N"kom low catcher
take honors third Randy
Knott the reach was
yester- Barry was winning
775; Gulf Coast Development Wash House, 49-83.! gross VMile Ll.n. a. V.-Ni> ....k S.Mond. Srhalilelet
2266. Standings: Royale Cabinets day in the Frankye Powell ."'. Rumlt' Nktional' n Oeprer I p... *tOtpre hurler in the crucial Venice Willis, who walked in the fifth

834.484: Myakka Enterprises tournament at Lake Venice Noknmli. Mom It V..NO. Bank .. Klw.nl.*.... Val'( foB. it Venire.T Lion-Bank contest. He gave up Inning and advanced to thirdon GO GO!
74' -571. ; Fisher Electric Garden Tour TodayA Golf Club. Low net winner Inthe ... Tonlihfi Nokomli 1,1.SrhnloliElki .. 1 p... .e.d>.'. Rehdote8.e only three hits and struck out Rohlwin,'. second hit of the
> Fed m. let 1>//.t'l 4 ... at
Lake Venice Women's Golf Frid., Srhnlnte p. nine Larry Burris led the game.
651,2-68', i; Venice Up- Assn, weekly event was Rcllaeighey 0..... R... .*. VNo Btitk I p... V.IM... ...... Lion hit parade with three
l101stt'ry.82I -69' :: Gull Coast tour of six area gardens Ison apm.FPas.aL span RL.nb S:10 t v. Deans and Knuckles were the
with a score of 36 8. ... Meek I doubles, while Lester Gentzler NM
Development 811..70 : State the agenda of VeniceNokomis spot pm. M TARN IYIlTEM only two members of First National

Farm Insurance, 50H814.Llttrcll Garden Club today at 10 Charlene Rule and Leila Rot......I.*... V...... LI.... I p..... at W L T contributed two doubles and to get on base as it was
Concrete TeachersGerry Herman.on tied for runnerupIn Veniresa.hd.r'1 ra.heea _.______ I I S l 1n.t.r IWhl. Mike Young a home run to the three up and three down ineVt'ry
Myers. 206-958 Vera .m.Memters this division with scores of !BrlwdlbORprty ... .. IIno __ I I ePl.n. winning cause. frame but the fatal fifth.A -
; will meet at Sara- Merck. ... t at '
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7.9.. p _._.___..,..... ,.,.,5 I 0 NOW THRUS
Davis, 181.472; Hodges' Hotshots sota Federal Savings and Loan Ouprey.VrNo ... ... tndl.ne ._. ... __... __ I I IDncI. Tod Twin went all the way Tie For Third
Other winners Grace Bulk Elki I t
were p > .... __ for the Bank and took the AUGUST 6
584; Four Points 1875: Assn. parking lot and proceed VMIMNnkMnk, e a rn the junior division, Osprey
Anne Moreman converted the from there to the first garden Tomlinson with a 49; Ethel Llnm .a gam Reo SaMrdar'e. R.haPlitt. lot. He struck out six and Merchants second NIGHTLY 8:10R :
.. t Indiana I. are in place A
ickel, Ida Beake and Edith .t Vmloa.M.nd.n'a i
4-8-7 split Jn ice Pfcffor thl'710 't t the home of Mrs. CarlH.1 p. II a MATINEES 2:00 P.M.
Vestfall, 38 and Hazel Mc- 'I :
'-' and E"b Mi] 1 K'V( S-7 St.x ; .. Lion. ... o.P... Meek I norioere t. the
ttQl\ on San Marco lynn, 40. .. at 0....... .,.,...'. Seht.ule. Joseph Boyenton pitched Nokomis Bank and Florida
Yankee .... win of for Nokomis A
L Dodren 0 at initial the year Power & Light are tied for

Indiana Venice.ra. White los 11 ,.. atPlratea Lions as they rallied for third with four wins and three AND SATURDAY
Vonl.. eight runs in the second inningto losses apiece. The Kilowattsare
Frank Rollins New Service '
... o DAILY
Oiiprer It ,
L. at their ice
O'P.... put game on riding the crest of a four-
lP Wedneedar1. Schedule against the Bank. Third base streak. T
d game winning
I At Duncan Chevrolet While Soi ... apes 4 p... at man Tim Helser led the Lions DOUBLE
Mgr. Venice.Plratei 1 Kiwanis and Sarasota Federal A
i ... Zodger. ..11 1.a at in hitting with two singles in are deadlocked for the run- I 1.2 ;i
P rsp V.nl. two official times at bat. For
New service manager at i Y.Venice..'_ ... Indiana 1M: p.... at the losers, shortstop David K RACES \::
Duncan Chevrolet. South Taml- .
-- Rose rapped out two doubles
ami Trail and State Road 775 and walked twice in four tripsto | for an N QUINIELAS,
in South Venice, is Frank Rol Event WinnersIn
-t the plate.No | enjoyableday GOLF N EACH i i
\ : "J.F lins.A last week's blind bogeyat lttt'1'
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veteran of 12 In RACE
Chevrolet service and years repairs Lake Vence Golf Club, the First National climbed Into E

Rollins comes here from St. [foursome of E. Bufford, H. first place in the senior division TRY L LADIES ADMITTED
+ Evans, L. David and K. Erick. with a 11-5 win over THURSDAYS
Petersburg. He has been a SARASOTAGOLF FREE
/ -. qR'M resident of son came in first with a Plus Sarasota Federal and a 1-0 decision C
Florida for 14'ears
/ l r ,,7. over Kiwanis Steve CLUB CENTRALL
moving In 1950
1 here Tied for second with Plus 2's Deans was the winner and AIR-CONDITIONING
from Lynn Mass. DAILY GREEN C*
were F. Beighey' C. Reichard, Bob Austin the loser in the I (\\H U
Rollins and his wife Marian E. Rayburn and G. Herman. Bank. arasota Federal l contest.In FEES . OO.UU VALET PARKINGB
have three children-Pam, 19; .en, and A. S. Johnson George [ the close one over Kiwanis, I Jud Off Bee Ridge Rd. BRADENTON ROAD
( Gary, 14; and Susie, 9. Gary Gerdts, R. Handley and A. Mike Graff picked up the victory I South of Saratoga BETWEEN 41.301
r and Susie are in the eighth and Hackett. and Steve Dalton the lose r

third grades, respectively, at .... -
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continue their studies until

summer graduated and Is living vacation.from at home.high Pam school has i fr&' ....:: I

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Center Rd., Venice Gardens. FRANK ROLLINS
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TROPHY WINNERS Venice Ill :h School athletic directorand

golf coach left, pre -.ntl the Exchange Club trophy to The Caveman '
VHS golf ci in Bill; Johnson during Tuesday's assembly kept hb treasures .Ab
period at the school. A team made up of six VHS and two ; 1. COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBRICATION

VJHS stud< r.M! won the trophy by taking first place in the In a den \ among the rocks; '
first annual i San.,aota Exchange. : Club golf tournament, held
Saturday at Longboat Key Golf and Country Club. Witnessingthe ., I ", ; 2. CROSS CHANGE TIRES TO PROLONG LIFE

trophy presentation here are. the other members of the Z
VHS golf team that finished 12th In the state last month at v 3. ADJUST BREAKS
Some hide
F""I Winter Haven. From, left David Bowles, Martin Satava and them d
(t. Danny Kiehl. Other members of the team that: competed Sat. under \,
urday were Jerry Hawks, Morton Chiles, Steve Rayburn and I mattresses : 4. CHECK WHEEL ALIGNMENT
Allen Domin. Johnson was medalist with a 72.
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,--- Oratorio by Robert Palmer

F Premiered In Ithaca, N. Y.

By W. EARL AUMANN I feet of tyranny upon the indi Palmer started his oratorio and
It rI vidual. the basic work was finished
Y Back 40-odd years ago S. Daniel's Dream last summer, although the full
J, Palmer now of Arcadia
orchestration completedonly
It Is based the Biblical
on ac-
Road, South Venice, would sit
count of Daniel's dream, with in March of this year,
down and regale his young son Latin text from the Vulgate while the glee club was well in-

Robert with Bible Stories. version of the Bible Palmer to rehearsal. .
I Little did he realize than on recently told a Syracuse, N It is scored for male chorus, "
II April 25 of this year music Y., reporter (his home city), tenor and baritone soloists,
I lovers from many eastern "My composition represents symphonic brass, wood winds,
I cities would gather in Ithaca, Anne Frank and Boris Paster- string bases, two pianos and
\ N Y. for the world premier of nnk, all of the human beings percussion .. .r
I t a dramatic oratorio by the now who have suffered from tyranny The elder Palmer told the .!.I"
: well-known Robert M. Palmer. but whose souls have not GONDOLIER last week, "Bob ]
: Robert M Palmer is the been destroyed bv it." would have liked for me to 4 :
Robert who used to itsten 1. .
A' same The oratorio tells the familInr have been In Ithaca for the pre. .
so raptly to his father. mier since I have been ise 1
story of Nebuchadnezzar, pres- .
t" }. Since 1943 he has been a professor of the +gr7 ...
f tr King of Babylon around 644-561 ent for many premiersof A I
I In the graduate school of B.C., who ordered three Jew- his other works, but it was -
Cornell University ish officials, Shadroch Me- Impossible for me to be MR AND MRS. ROYCE G, YOUNG, married April 19 at
1 Rports from Ithaca Indicatethe sach and Abedneuo, to be 'away" First Presbyterian Church North Port Charlotte, are at homeat
premier was a brilliant thrown Into a fiery furnace because He moved with his wife to 1013 Myrtle Ave. ofter their wedding trip, a tour of the
success, for It represented not they refused to fall down South Venice in 1957 after retiring state. The bride Is the former Betty Johnson of Venice, daughter I
only an ambitious undertakingby and worship a golden Imageset as personnel director of of Mr and Mrs, Joe McCord of Nashville. The groom,
this distinguished American up by the king. the Porte-Cable Machine Co., formerly stationed at the USCG Loran Station here and recently
composer, "but it utilized the Although the fire was hot 'I of Syracuse, N. Y., and is wide returned from overseas, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
talents of such outstanding Malcolm Young of Torrance Calif.
enough to kill the soldiers who ly known in the Venice area. t
musical the Cornell
groups as
cast the Jews Into the furnace,
Glee Club and the
1 a'L it did not even singe the hair
.fitrr Rochester Brass.
r Symphonic
of the three Intended victims.
The 40-minute oratorio(which called"Nacuchodon08Or" is Whereupon Nebuchadne z z a r W7otf& & 14t
praised the God of the Jews
he latin name for Nebuchadezzar -
The oratorio form Is some
) represents a state- thing of a departure for the 41-
ment by a contemporary artist year-old Cornell professor of
on a serious question that has composition, who has gainedhis I t- J-
faced mankind the ef-
v t Jt always ; nation wide reputation .

+ 1 mainly through smaller works ---"t.. ... ........ ... ..............-.- .,......-,--.
such as chamber music and
Candy StripersWill piano and violin sonatas. .
Although the oratorio wn
------ Be GuestsOf started less than four year ago: PATIO SHOP
Palmer said the basic idea for FREE DECORAXMS:
(Gowkilkr. photo fcr Darrl Utttox) IIAV the work had been with him ACCESSORIES

VEMCE HOSPITAL, CANDY STRIPERS and Mrs. Harold Smith was In charge of the party MondayVenice for a long time He remembersas GIFT IDEAS

their mothers were entertained at a tea Sun and is shown serving refreshments to Candy Candy Strip. a child listening to his father
day at the hospital by Hospital Auxiliary Stripers Jean Lindner, center, and Kitty will! be Hospital honored guests of relate the stories of the Bi-
Volunteers, under whose tutelage the girls Herbert ers Volunteers ble in vivid terms and said B
volunteer their assistance at the hospital. Hospital Auxiliary these stories have remainedwith
the May meeting
at group's life.
him in his adult
Monday noon at St. Mark'ilEpiscopal As Is true of so many people.

Mrs. Baynard Addresses Mrs. Sidney Church Schroder parish hall.corresponding the Palmer tales has and tended parables to to relate mod HOUSE OF FURNITURE

secretary of the em events.
L 421 S. tamum! Tr. V nkAt
I Florida Hospital Assn., The composer has won numerous -
present awards to the girls. awards and fellowships, Yewc Sbopf> >9 Ccofor a
Sight Saving Members planning to attend his father said, including the
the West Central District meet- National Academy of Arts and

ing of the Florida Hospital Letters, Guggenheim Fellow SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARSLuxury
Mrs Robert S. Baynard of Ic advantages in sight conser National Safety Council and Assn. of Auxiliaries on May 21 ships and a Fulbright Senior
Petersburg and Venicede vation. former governor of Arizona,,, in Bradenton will pay for their Research Grant in Rome.
< the welcoming address at Featured speaker at the conference will address a conference'registrations at Monday'smeeting In fact It was in the Italian Jr:; ,a!' .P"J; tr'W-: ;;;
t 1 1964 Sight-Saving Confer dinner today was luncheon on "Accidents and city in November, 1960, that
ee of the National Society Richard L. Masland M. D., the Eyes" tomorrow.
the Prevention of Blind director of the National Institute The National Society for the
si, Inc., in Miami Beach, of Neurological Diseasesand Prevention of Blindness is the Jet-smooth Chevrolet
iyW.Un. Blindness, National Institutes only national voluntary health
: Baynard, founder and of Health, whose topic agency devoted exclusively to
st president of the Florida will be "Research The 'Pre'In sight conservation through programs -
riety for the Prevention of Preventing Blindness." of research, public and makes crooked roads feel like going straightYour
ndness, greeted guests at Presentation of the Society's professional education, and
conference on behalf of the annual Winifred Hathaway community preventive programs
nda Society at the opening "Teacher of the The 1964 NSPB con
Award to the Chevrolet resists leaning on turns. IU Full Your Chevrolet resist nose diving on stop*.
The Florida ference is being sponsored in
stun yesterday. Year for Partially SeeingChildren"
The front-end with built-in anti-dire
of the Coil makes the crookedest S-curve seem suspension eon
titty is co-sponsor will also take placeat conjunction with itsaffiliate, suspension
tonal gathering with the the dinner. The Honorable the Florida Society for the Prevention on the level. And with ita low-friction Ball-Race steer- trol gives it Jet- mooth stops.
atonal Society Mrs Bayn- Howard Pyle, president of the of Blindness, Inc Ing system you waltz over twisting roads as gracefully Your Chevrolet resist shaking and vibrating.!!
1 ii currently a vlce-presi- as a ballerina. All seven Chevrolet engines are precision balanced for

i it t of tm NSPB Your Chevrolet resists bouncing on bumps. E I1fII1f11L1 smooth operation. And because your Chevrolet has) w

More than 300 volunteer and GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAl Chevrolet's Safety-Girder X-built frame soaks up jolts IiIH over 700 insulators and sound deadeners, yon don't
in the
Sessional workers
have to shout to han beard.
,Id of preventing blindness at its sturdy tubular center member Its double-acting TIME yourself
absorbers take the out of bumps. Now it's Trad. V Travel Time at your Chevrolet1!
r.r expected to attend the Out shock jumps
PB conference. Theme of Cany Your Chevrolet resists squatting on starts.The deak>r'l-the perfect time to far the Jet-smooth ride!

"ding<< is "Life Is Worth See. rear-end suspension with 4-link levelizing control gives Find the meanest stretch of road yea can. Then -
i," and conference sessions BUCKET of. it Jet-smooth acceleration. FOR me CHUT mcmra rugumma for ;yourself how straight a crooked road can feeL
11 cover eye health of the
lid and young adult; eye pro- .- --- '- -
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I Overbrook' Gardens News II High i School News I Maloney, 100 Years


By MART E. KROUFA MOW mat the research papers more candidates for each of Back/
are turned in and Prom these offices.
Secretary hopefuls
I wish to thank each and bridge, co-chairman.
la well on the way, everyone is include: Cynthia Schepp,
who Those present were Mn
everyone helped supportme
eagerly looking forward to the
in the contest for The John Brejack, President of Alter !. ParadeFireworks Melody Wendt, Sharon Vash- house In he Insisted
Beauty his day during an open on
big day. binder, Alise Angel, Donna James S. Maloney spent I : feturnlnc
GONDOLIER. I hope aU of you Society, Mrs Thomas Ed. Prom tickets are now available Ross, and Susan Cspawo. Candidates first winter In Venice and returned the home of a son, 3 Loy Maloney FIOlllmoor for his blrtbdaJ, 8s t
enjoy reading the paper as monda. Mrs. Sam Taylor, Mrs. and it's only a week for that important office home to Flossmoor III, retired managing editorof arrived by plane barely
much a* I enjoyed meeting you John Hutchinson, Mr.. A. S. Set away. So if you haven't got of treasurer are Beverly recently to celebrate his 100th The Chicago Tribune, 1380 ago. He enjoys flying alltek
in person or on the phone, and Trowbridge, Mrs. Thomas your date it's getting awfully Elss, Roy Bernlus, Jerry Meadows birthday there. Dartmouth Rd., Flossmoor, Former Grain Defile,
Drum Mrs. Fred Manley, Mrs. he has lived for 12 When he
few letter. ,
the by late! with whom was
Laura Finn, and Jim Maloney is the father of J. younger.
-0- Joseph Machacek, Mrs. A. J. The PI'OI1Court selected years. his 80. he drove ,5
For Gala 4thA was Park. Loy (Pat) Maloney, retired back; !
The Business and' Profession Gospeter, Mrs. George Mayle by the teachers and announced -0- managing editor of the Chicago Eats Big Breakfast forth from Flossmoor
al Women of Englewood held< ben, Mrs. Ray Harris, tJln last Friday. From Principal John Davis was the Tribune who has a home in Maloney has no formula for Diego four or five timS Salt
their district meeting at the John R. Smith and Mrs A. J. full day's" schedule of "fun among these fourteen members guest speaker for the installation Flossmoor and In Venice at the reaching 100. But this is fact: likes people and he S..8'
Bay Vista Restaurant on Mc. Kroupa. We had one new memo activities, climaxed by the of the Senior Class, a King of officers at Key Club on 100 the Esplanade apartments He arises at 8 a.m. and eatsa good conversation.Mr. a
Call Road last Sunday with 120 ber, Mrs Alfred Govro, and second annual official "MistVenice" and and Queen will be selected and Wednesday evening, while Key- The Chicago Tribune carriedthe farmhand's breakfast. He Maloney retired h 1 ll.
members and guests present. one guest Mrs Herman Kolk beauty pageant a crowned at the dance Queen cites had an elaborate banquet following article on Ma- stays up till midnight and after a career as a grain de ,.
Mrs. Lillian Bent, district di. meier of Ft. Thomas, Ky. gala fireworks display, will hopefuls are: Cynthia Wight- for their installation which was loncy'i birthday back home: later He loves to read with er, much of It in Polo. ?
rector, presided at the business Danish and cinnamon rolls highlight the Venice area's 1964 man, Francis Webinga, Nellee held Tuesday evening Chat awhile with James S. the emphasis on biography and county He spent' a number
meeting at the beginning. The and coffee wert served by the Fourth of July celebration Davis, Diane Lenhart, Jill Nlcol. Maloney, and he'll teU you with history. years In San Diego, *!
opening prayer was by Mrs. hostesses, Mrs A. J. Gospeter City Council Indicated Tues Nancy Hicks, and Nancy Two talented VHS students a grin that he breathed the He's fretful now because he He was widowed in 185 ...
Margaret Odgen of Port Charlotte and Mrs A. J. Kroupa. The day afternoon it will approve Matherne; and prospective Journeyed to the University of same air as Abraham Lincoln has to use a walker-because in addition to his son, has ho,
Club The Pledge of Allegiance Circle: will have a recess for a request of the Venice Jaycees Kings Include: Smyth Brohsrd, South Florida In Tampa last Lincoln died April IS, 1865 of a hip fracture suffered last granddaughters and four gnat
was led by Mrs Jan D. the summer and will resume for a $100 donation to help Gene Eddy, Howard Trefethen, Friday to compete in the state Maloney was born on a Carroll October. Before then, he regu grandchildren
Murray of the Naples Club. its duties in October defray the cost of the pyrotech Bob Dandrldge, Steve Maurer. competition. Francis Webinga county, 111, farm April 19 larly hiked it least half a milea _
After the roll call, registrar's nic display Cordon Bradford, and Bob received a superior on her 1864 day. In Swahili, the word "zo ml"
i report, minutes read, treasurers Through Overbrook Gardens The request came in the formof Harrison. clarinet, and Kathy Brannon And today, friends and relatives He sunned In Venice, Fla., means mother, but "p \ e
report, unfinished and new Assn, and Interstate Develop. a letter from Dr. Luther -0- received an excellent for her will fete his 100th birth. during part of the winter, but means shark. M
business the club presidents ment, Overbrook Gardens is Luck, Jaycee president, which Candidates were selected last twirling solo. .. -
lava their reports. The Venice getting its first"hair cut" this outlined plans for the Independence Friday for the various 1964-65 -0- ---
Club gave an interesting skit year. Mr. Cliff Nesslar has cut Day celebration. Student Council officers Post- Spring training ben?a" last
renaming to personal development the grass here for several "The fireworks will be heldIn er, signs, and name tags can Monday for VHS football players INSPEEDY.4''OODI\
from Austria Canada years and as always he has conjunction with a full day be seen everywhere, and the and will play the outgoing/ ltIUf.4&t-&I
and Mexico etc Invocation done a very good job as he of fun activities," said Dr. main topic is, logically, who Seniors in an intramural gameto
vat by Mrs. Dagner! Petersonof knows every curve and every I Luck. "Games, concessions( to vote for Juniors Bob Som- be held on the evening of
the Englewood Club. stump in the Gardens. One races and a demonstration by era and John Gillies are the May 29.
Recess followed for a coffee can always tell how much the Venice Fire Dept. will be only two candidates for president -n- GIVE eUaE coUase R FROM BUT WSURE+ : '?;
break before the luncheon. pride one has in their homes some of the other activities" ; while Jim Zacharias, A banquet will be held to .REaaAaa THATS WCANt BUT
busi Jane Ridlon, and Chris Grams award degrees to NFL (Nat z' HEADED RESIST'HSOTNESlWXNGlNCr
After a delicious lunch, as some are painting, adding The Jaycee president said WOOD T *
ritaa was again in order with this and that, planting shrubs that for the second straight are vying for vice-president. tonal Forensic League) members : i Rtt CaanliRnmeele WAY! OF THEIR FIUE
:JIrs Bea Jenkins of the Englewood and trees year, the Miss Venice pageant Since the incoming freshman on May 8 at Morrison's C_ THE BEST PLACE IM r (CAD.SE0DA 54
Club presiding The' response were allowed to nominate candidates Cafeteria in Southgate. This TOWN FOR USIDCARS ,
Mr. and Mr*. Max Miller Just will be conducted according<< to ELMypIE 'TIE Ri6
was by Mrs. Mary had five new large cabbage the rules of the Miss America for the offices of secretary marks the end of their speaking I =, rtoECTtOH!
XJfhtfoct of the Sarasota Club. palms planted around their contest. Competition will be divided and treasurer, there are season I II
The guest speaker was Miss home Mr. Alfred Govro who into three parts swim v
:Petty Jane Stott from Stuart, moved into his home m April suit, talent and evening gown I SV Seeks To Betterits .err 1
the state recording secretary has been busy renovating> by competition with the latter
Mrs. Mary Francis Caldwell paInting and cleaning: a new added for the first time this
presented the trophiesThe I, house is almost completed on year

Venice Club won over 50 Neptune Drive in which we are Until this year, the Venice Public Relations
and the DeSoto Club won under happy to have new residents. Area Activities Man has sponsored TOP QUALITY CARS
50, after which the gifts One is always happy to live in the fireworks part of the
end door prizes were awarded. a place where people take annual Fourth of July activl- Business problems and meth.
The collect before adjourn much pride in keeping their ties. This year, for the first ods of improving public rela- Scouting Show
ment was by Mrs. Marilyn places of abode neat and tidy. time, the entire project has ions with area residents were 1957 Cadillac. Loaded ................Was $ 995 IS $ 799
White from DeSoto Club. -.0- been> turned over to the Jaycees discussed by the South Venice Set 22-23
May 1961 Olds Sta. Wag. Sharp ........Was $1895 IS $1685
Mrs Irene Scott was head Mr and Mrs Ray Harris of Area Business group at a recent -
hostess in charge of the break. Neptune Drive are entertaining Estimated cost of the fire. meeting. Boy Scouts of Sarasota 1963 Volkswagon Conv. 1
fast and luncheon. Mrs. Scott liS houseguests Mr. and Mn works this year is $300 accord- Hartley P. Dermond, chairman County will be holding a Owner.Was
was assisted by Mrs Alberta Herman Kolkmeier' of Ft. Ing to Dr. Luck, who asked reported' that each of the "Scouting in Action" show $1895 IS $1645
:Kicks, Mr Dagney Peterson Thomas. Ky It Is good to see Council, "Would you consider members present agreed to acts May 22.23 at the Sarasota
Fair Grounds where 1960 Chrysler 4dr. Nice .........Was $1595 IS $1495
County ,
Mrs Eloise Meder, and CIa Mr. and Mrs. Kolkmeier in our haring in this worthwhile community a committee of one to dismiss
Mmch Mrs Laura Leach was midst again. project bv: giving( $100or the meeting with fellow( over 1,000 will Cubs, Scouts andExplorers in 1960 Dodge Matador. Like New ..Was $ 995 IS $ 795
in charge of decorations assisted -a- more. We believe that a businessmen and have them participate
by Mrs. Vera Miller The The Holy Name Society held planned day of entertainmentIn present at the next meeting.A booth demonstrations, camp THESE AND
displays, and arena show CARS
decorations) were very colorful theIr regular meeting last Wed our community will encourage resolution and petition!
which consisted of a May esday evening<< to St. Raphel area residents to stay off seeking a post office for South events.
Pole" with gold and mint 's Church Hall with Monsignor the highways on that day." Venice was presented by Der AH! Scout troops, Cub packs, 12 Months Warranty Bank Financing
green streamers (the club colors George W. CummingsIn Dr. Luck said the 1964 celebration mond and approved by the and Explorer posts are telling
) to each table and little charge. The nominating promises to be "the business group. The petition is tickets to this gala show.
baskets filled with spring committee presented the biggest ever." The theme of the show is
May being> sponsored by the South
flowers decorated the head names for election of new off ic- Venice Area Volunteer Fire "Scouting" Can Make a Differ. WOOl,
'. table ers and they were as follows: Dept and spearheaded by its ence
-6- Mr George Maylebe. president I. Pre-School Meets resident, Robert McNamara
The St. Cecelia Circle met at : Mr. James McNeil vice. A statement of approval by WORLD'S :
St. Raphael' Church Hall president, Mr. George Zuraw
the business group will be pre. r..J LARGEST CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH MOTORS INC.
Monday afternoon for the regular secretary; Mr. Raymond Har-
cnted to Congressman James
end Fernand For? 1st GradersS .INIas11ANn race/AST
monthly meeting with Mrs .
A. Haley along with the pell-
Thomas Edmonds, chairman in "aradis, marshal! tions.A Cell: j SHOP THE REST WE TRADE THE BEST

charge Election of officers on 4 County public change In the time of the nsTccuen""aa: ; HUGH I Venice NaplesWOOLWORTH'S
and 5, .IIIUIICB.r"
order and Mrs. A.
was in schools have scheduled preschool next meeting also was approved McPHERSON
Kroupa was elected Chairmanend 964, are expected to be somewhat roundup dates for chil- by the group. The next P59-139 488-6567 !....1(

Mrs Joseph Machacek the same as those pre. dren who will be six years old meeting will be held at 8 n.m. ... .. ... ... .
was elected co-chairman for ailing in the autumn of 1963 ; .. I .IiIIL.. ..-. ...._. .... .. -- ---"" -- -
t on or before January 1, 1965, Tuesday, May 12, at Early
when observers at Lowell Observatory -
the ensuing year. and will be entering first grade Wynn's Steak House
I The outgoing officers were in Flagstaff. Ariz. this September. 'It is believed," said Der
Mrs Thom-s Edmonds Chairman reported seeing curious luna mond "that will
I., Parents of 1954-65 first graders more persons
.I and Mrs A S, Trow. lows, are invited to attend the be> free to attend a short meeting -
I i meeting at the school their at that time than any
child will attend. Each school other."
1I will make an announcement of c
s their specific programs. Parents VENICE SHOPPING CENTER ...
will be told about pre-registration Zoning OkayedFor ,
training, and registra- P
Jerry's aBOxe AND ion procedures FloridalandOSPREY
I J Teachers and administratorswill
JJ describe the first grade The Sarasota E l
J Instructional program, and County Commission has approved -
I Uf r.lM ..< B.ck.rk- ways in which purent can rezoning of the land
help the youngsters get readyfor area for the proposed multimillion R
I Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP a successful first year in dollar FloridalandWest
school. Health requirementswill Inc. amusement, shop-
Spec/o/itf/ / in Arch Supports avid Orthopedic Shoal also be discussed ping center and motel complex F

251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE Date and time for meetings south of Blackburn Road between -
Ktm soars It a... to 4 .... Ttou. WtdnMd.n Pk. 4MJII at South County schools are as the Trail to Sarasota E r ,

p Englewood ElementarySchool Bay.The commission's action
I' May 13, 1:00: p.m.; Nokomis came at Thursday's meeting C
,;, FROM : Elementary School, May The developers plan only the
I 14, 1:00: p.m.; Osprey Elementary amusement section, to Includean '
J f: I 30 at first with T '- ALUMINUM LAWN '
[ VENICE STATIONERS School, May 19 : aquatorium, a .
)! p.m.; Venice Elementary December 1 target date for its
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Veterans will meet this on May 22 at the Civic Center Circle 3 of the Women of the France, where
afternoon at :2 o'clock at the In Port Charlotte First Presbyterian Church of By MARY ALICE MURRAY service three she will gDM,.)
community Center for their Anyone interested in contacting North Port Charlotte will meeton r Phone 4885349Mr. .0- and back days to, Vienna thence to Rom'
regular meeting A report will this group may call Mr. Tuesday, May 12, at 2 p.mat t Mr and Mrs Nungesser, who burg and Berlin There" Saltl i !.
be given by Mr. Albert Goll Rita Boyle, Phone 426.1522. the home of Mrs HaroldAu .. Adelaide Mueller and spent the winter with Mr and entrain for the w,'
service officer the Mrs. Ann Kraft will be Mrs. John Okon, have gone
on meeting --- 133 Merril St Mrs Terrence going Brussels, then down *
both he and Commander Rod- Due to May 5 being voting Peterson will give the on a motor trip May 14th to back to Cleveland:: Ohio How River and back to her the pjj'
man attended last week in VenIce dav at Community Center, the Circle Study In the Epistle of Louisville, Ky. and Cleveland, they did enjoy the fishing! We In Freiburg After rousin'
Further plans will be form- WWI Auxiliary, which meets St. Peter Mrs Gordon Blend I Ohio, then to Syracuse, N Y, hope they will be back another days with the cousins another cL fee
for Memorial Day is where they will pick Mrs year when the fishing end fish she '
ulated the the first Tuesday of each leader of the Circle. up to Paris and London, '
Service to be held Main this Mueller's brother Mr W. G. will be even more plentiful iw
month, relinquished its meet- Circle 4 will meet on Wed. to Shannon where she
year in front of the Municipal ing day and postponed it until nesday, May 13, at :2 p.m. at Hillen They all will! travel to .0- the Lakes of Kilarnev wall! visa,"
in the North Port Thousand Islands, N. Y., the Mrs Walter Meisenbach Is end ?
Building Tuesday, May 12, at 1 1:30: p.m. the Church on North Biscayne Blarney Castle to view ,
Charlotte Shopping Center Mrs Beatrice Srhmelke, auxiliary Drive Mrs Wilfred Churcrill Adirondacks and from there to looking forward to her flying Blarney Stone She the
Commander Rodman urges president, urges tll the is leader of this Circle. e the New York Worlds Fair. trip to Europe, come May 21. to New York from Shan" "
all members to be present ladies to be present Anyone wishing to attend one They will be traveling a monthor She first flies to New York and where her husband will im.li
-o- -0- of these Circles and lack transportation more before returning from there to Geneva, Switz her' and they will fly to
The Tuesday Night Community There is one more week to Just call 426.1309.0 -.- land, Freiburg, Germany, and with their children and rats visit
is fast in Airman Wayne Thulin has on to see relatives In Luxembourg lives in
Sing gaining popularity buy your tickets for the Fire Chicago They will re
Last Tuesday evening sent word to his grandparentsin main there for
Department "Chicken Bar- The two busses chartered for a couple
11 Nokomis that he is be She will stay in the capital a
there approximately in to weeks then drive
were : home
beque" on May 23 at the Rec. the trip to Busch Gardens in about
married June 1 in Amarillo, city of Luxembourg and on
attendance. the second
M of
reation Area at the Community Tampa will be leaving the August
Lillian Downs came dressedas Texas. The grandparents, Mr May 30 go to the American Mrs, Meisenbach
Center All tickets must be pur- North Port Charlotte Shopping speaks. ;
j reed
and Mrs John Okon, de- Cemetery In Hamm, Germany
Lillian Russell, Frank and chased by May 15, so they will 'Center promptly at 8 a.m. Mr I r were and writes German well end
hear from where she will honor our
lighted to He
Lily Wagner sang, Mr. Rey- know just how many to pre- John Boyle announced that 76 t1 _. him with flowers has a working knowledge
attended Venice High School American of(
nolds sang a solo and the Quartet for. Each it keeps reservations have been made '
I pare year and worked for the Sinclair Oil and fags From there her trip French Bon Voyage Ann,
I several numbers The and
sang better end better, and those making the trip !
letting: so 4 Co here before going into the will take her to Lourdes a grand trip to you)
states of New York and New
hurry and buy your ticket. If should meet at the 7-11 Storea
Jersey were honored. After the YOU wish to have the hot bar little early so there will be ; "" J..t 1J'< r .< ." ,-5.ais't .rsalma..xs9+s. 1VIE
Sing, slides were shown of the becued chickens delivered to no waiting The group will be I -
Civic Association s Gay Nine- vour home, you may let them eating at the 99er s Restaurantnear .] I
ties Picnic, which proved to be know. Tables will be ret up in the gardens. Be sure and II \
a great deal of fun since manyof the shopping center for ticket bring<< your cameras, the sights "it HAVE MOVED
those present were in the sales or you may contact anyone will be too beautiful to pass up ,
pictures of the firemen or auxiliary an opportunity to get them, on /
Come on out next Tuesday members. film for future enjoyment.0 .
evening, Mav 12, at 7 7:30: and TO
There will be lots of prizes
,join in the funCongratulations.
Members of the Hobby Club
and many will be on display at I
-0- the shopping center. Stand by enjoyed lunch together last i r
to the shuffleboard your local Fire Departmentand 'Wednesday at the White Elephant ov
teams of Mr and Mrs. buy tickets for yourselfand Restaurant at Englewood I 251 S. TRAIL
Tony Bonello which came in your friends Beach. Those attendingwere :
first place winners in the Mix- -oApproximately- : Kav W ill an'jon. E' !n
ed League Contest and the sec : Kirk Zelmi Petl crew Sue
70 attended
end place team of Mr. and Wilhelm, Mflbel Cameron, :
the last the
coffee Thursday at VENICE SHOE REPAIRALL
Mrs. Charles MacCaffrey Clara Hartup, Lillian Frustor-
home of Mrs Dorothy Schueler i
The ladies were rained out between 10 a.m. and 2 pm. fer, Katherine Rhoden, Sophie
this week and will finish the Quite a number of GOP candidates Hamolsky, Rose Gogolya, Iva
game Saturday, so we will give were present and this VanAtta Genie Von: Rehberg, (Gofidollw photo br Bob Obmdorf) TYPES SHOE REPAIR, DYEING, ORTHOPEDIC
you the names of the winning Leone Wisch, Tamar Wilson
teams next week. gave North a wonderful Port Charlotte opportunityfor Republicans Dorothy Cole, Alfreda Gooden, CUB SCOUT GARY GORENFLO proudly! displays his homemade WORK, SHINES AND ACCESSORIES.
The men have started a new to meet talk Helen Johnson, Hulda Blend, kite which won for him the grand Winner ribbon in
league and will be playing each with the candidates and for Olga Johnson Irma Gutzler Pack 122'. Kite Derby Sunday, Gary even decorated the face
running of It with space ship and "funny little men" The -
week. Helen Lee, Florence Feeney, a young.ater
the different in
offices the
-0- county. Marie J. Kuehl, Florence Bala- is a member of Den 4. (Story on page 17)). Under Same Ownership & Management
nov, Gladys Voss, Esther
Members of the North Port Hostesses! were Mrs Marie
Charlotte Boat Club took their Churchill, Miss France Hll Brown and Cookie Fox
boats by trailer to Venice Anna Mary Harr and Mrs. The Hobby Club meets each Veterans Groups Lay Plans
where they were launched fora Caroline Pickets Wednesday morning at 9:30: at EMORY SHAW ownermanagerGrand
cruise up the inland water- A full report on the recent the Community Center to work
way to the area in Sarasota Republican Convention held In and exchange ideas on new For Memorial Day, May 30
Bay. The weather was fine for St. Augustine April IT-18 will hobbies.
this trip and many expressedtheir be given at the next regular -.cIo- Representatives of various elgn Wars, Disabled ( Opening To Be Announced Soon)
pleasure in the Boat. of the Republican Woman's
meeting The North Port I veterans' organizations will he American Legion veterans'l
cade Upon returning the group Club on Wednesday, May 13. Club will meet next Thurslay meet at the American Legion I iarles of the
enjoyed dinner together at Mrs. Schueler, president, at- afternoon, May 14 at 1:30 at Hall Friday night to formulate rations .
Restaurant at Midnight _. __. .___ M""" .' _..
Happyland tended the meeting and will the Community Center, Mr. I plane for observance of Memorial --,----
Pass. Boatmen and their give her report at the meeting Joseph Gerard, Director of Day on May 30.
guests were: Commodore and which will start at 7:30: p.m. at Loveland School for Retarded
Mrs. Bob Canfield, Cruisemaster the Community Center. Children and a handwriting The Memorial Day programs
and Mrs. Jim Chance, Eu- -0- analyst, from Venice will be will include a public ceremony,
Braun, Bill Thomas, Mr. parade and services at area
nice More than 500 Catholic ladies the guest speaker President
and Mrs Frank Wood, Mr. and are expected to meet in Sara Palmeter urges all the ladies cemeteries: where veterans of lIT
Mrs. William Brink, Mr and sota during the three day Con to be present for this InterestIng all wars are Interred.Organlzationl .
Mrs Robert Orr, Mr. and Mrs \entlon of the St Augustine and informative program preparing the
Claire Coons. Mr and Mrs. Cy Diocesan Council which will Mrs Viola Lessard is pro- rograms Include Veterans of
rus Howie Mr. and Mrs. Rob- convene May 11.IS. cram chairman I World War I, Veterans of For- i
ert Peterson, Mr and Mrs Mrs. Robert Peterson, presl
Hubert McKibben, Mary Ellen dent of the South County Still
Kean, Mr. and Mrs Allan Epiphany Guild and Mrs Wil I EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES good (IS J
Da Kg. Mr and Mrs. Paul Zu lIam A. Garvey have been
lauf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott,
named delegates to the conference EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
Mr and Mrs Walter Earnest and will also serve as
i Mr and Mrs David Balanov, hostesses with the committee J! TRADITIONAL mine resale tlllle.-

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox, Mr. and from the Epiphany Guild in Let us style your favorite vase
Mrs. Kenneth Gibbs, Mr and
or ceramic Into beautiful lamps
i. Mrs Gary Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. A "Luau" will be held on I
William Blankenbaker, Mr and May 11 at the Azure Tides, a I t a Reciting/ a Restyling
Mrs. June Sears, Mr and Mrs. dinner on May 12 at the Lido I a All Lamp Repair

Paul Paul Robinson Palmeter, Mr.and and grandson Mrs. ladies Casino on and May a banquet 13 also for at the the I Wool' by Enperiencsd Designers end We'd like to make a solid point about this warranty. It goes right along

Add Merry from Nokomis, Mr Casino Craftsmen
end Mrs, Bob King of Port Any Catholic women from with your Chrysler if you trade before it runs out. It's still good as gold
Charlotte and Mr end Mrs Nolth Port Charlotte and surrounding .

I Leanard 1. Romekl from Englewood tickets area may wishing contact to Mrs.purchase I 204 N TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDAteat I for the next Chrysler customer. Think what that does to your Qiryslcr

The next meeting of the
North Port Charlotte Boat Club Robert Peterson, 4261218 resale value! Means you get a big bundle for your car when you trade!
will two nn Thursdav. Mav 21 I
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I Center at 7:30,p.m. at the Community Nice confident feeling, isn't it? Read tlic details about the greatest guarantee -

The popular-0-Kitchen Band in the business. It's worth money to you. Want to talk about it?

which made its debut at the

I I Civic engagements Picnic Association in for April the Gay has month Nineties three of- -, u9J9)'JM.' J1Jj)9B)') 9))9)9)9)M)9&M&' & &&& ,M tM&, & ,ft,


The band will play for the Corporation warrants, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects In

Jim Gardner Club when next the Thursday I' c::::; materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation '

evening for a Covered groupgathers Dish g Authorized Dealer's place of business, the engine block, head and Internal parts, Intake p,

Supper before the regular manifold, water pump transmission case and Internal parts (excluding manual clutch), P'ccci

meeting at 7 7:30: p.m. at the :::- torque converter, drive shaft, universal Joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel r'
Community Center bearings of Its 1964 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 g

ed They to play have for also both been the engag-Pennsylvania months or 4,000, miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change

Club at Port Charlotteon and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6 6
May 25 and the British Club months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and

requests the dealer to certify((1)) receipt evidence and ((2)) then current mileage &

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Osprey Oracle ,.. NPC/ Personals Airman TurnerAt

I By BETTY KAtFKMAN j T I I KeeslerAirman

Stcvie Payne, young son of who have been vacationing

0. Box 332, Osprey, Fla.. to visit the area to see the dire Mr and Mrs Horace "Husky" during the winter months in Gerald W. Turner
Safford Terrace North Port left Friday morning selected for technical
Sarasota %&2875 need for i reduced speed limit. Payne on East has been
phone This is a critical area. was taken to the Venice to return home to Illinois. training as a communication-

hough we live about five -oA Hospital Thursday night for an Neighbors on East Safford Ter- electronics specialist at the Air

:, from the OSPREY Little discussion about emergency appende c tom y. race will miss them and hope

|.ue,, Ball Park, it sounds Osprey Elementary School the New was Stevie is getting along fine and they come back again soon.

[ Briggs Stadium on Satur also had at the aforementioned will be home soon. -0- I

.ndsome week day after meeting of Osprey citizens Mr. and Mrs.'William Brinkon j

.,. Local managers an which was presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fulleron Pontiac Lane are entertaining -
',ping, their teams laU Mr. Whitey Schrater. Some Deming Avenue had as their Mrs. Brink's sister, Phyllis
please. managers, call tempers flared In a questionand guests their nephew and his Healy, and her friend, Gwen t
nir team standings so thai answer period directed at wife, Captain nd Mrs. Robert Calder from Chicago.
,1)) )know where these boygresive'minded !. Colonel Freeman of the County LeFavor Smith from Fort -.- + w

d- School Board. There were no Bragg Capt. Smith will leave AUyn Roth, son of Mr. and 1
.o- school board members present t 1 June 1 for Vietnam for one Mrs. Allyn Roth on Bayano

Counts' Colonel Freeman defended the year His parents are Mr. and Avenue returned home last
'nt< owe a special debt school board in their delay In Mrs. Edwin Smith of Clear- week after spending almost
'gratitude to Mr. Philip installing a new school in the water where the Fullers spent three weeks visiting with

;hey, of OSPREY. His uiv Osprey Area, In their trans several days visiting earlier in friends In his hometown ot Sid-

I work for and marvelous porting of a great percentageof the month. ney, N. Y.
ntation of the endorse. District 8 (Osprey Area) -0- --

', for the development ol students to Macintosh Student Elizabeth Peterson and Irene Mrs. George Doan on Merril '' ,
daland, West, Inc. when Center and Brentwood School '4;4'> Garvey attended a luncheon left this last week for California I
petition for rezoning wai and in their reducing the DIs- held at the Azure Tides on LI- to be with her daughterwho 0'-

/nted to the County Com. trict 6 boundaries over the do Beach last Wednesday at has just undergone major Training Command School. at

.loners last Thursday are post few years.A -... .-..-,........ ,---.<.................................... which time plans were finalized surgery Lynn Doan is home Keesler AFB, Miss. l

,mly to be commended. Committee of Ten Is to be (CGondollar photo by Sam Dillon. for the Convention of Catholic from Florida State Universityfor Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs.

vat standing room only organized in the near future to TRADITIONAL MAYPOLE DANCE by grounds. This year's spring program had as Women of the St. Augusting the summer... Marvin O. Turner of Venice it

IK county commissioners survey the area and the pupil fourth grade students at the Venice Elemen- its theme, "Come to the Fair". featuring a Diocese on May 11-13. Lillian Darison.0- Shumock By-Way has just completed
during, the presentation population. A compilation of ...0- on the first phase of his Air Force
re tary School opened the 10th annual Spring 1964 Worlds Fair motif. Avenue entered Venice Hospital
was granted by a unan. this Information will be presented Festival the school Mr. Carl basic military training at
b presented Tuesday on and Mrs. Meyer on this week and Mr. Albert i
In the to the School Board AFB Texas.
deci ion. Included Lackland ,
,1 Agrees Avenue left last week!
East gladto
Knight on Sydney!
rsements were those oi when completed. for a visit with their two daughters His new unit is part of the
be home again after spending -
Osprey Recreation Assn. -0- I Osprey PTA Buys in Long Island. New York several weeks in the Venice ATC system which trains air. ,
News Of Servicemenand I
the Venice Area Chamrf The former Post Office and Mrs. Clara Rutherford on Hospital. Mr Andrea FIs- men and officers in the diverseskills

Commerce. A petitior Building is now occupied by Shumock Ave., is back in Ohio chetti of 229 Shumock Avenue required by the nation'saerospace
nd by over 400 citizens of the Osprey Auto Service owned visiting with her daughters. also returned home last week force.
Osprey Area was also sub by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crawford Army news this week deals Metallurgy In Holla, I Citizens Band after two weeks in a Tampa Airman Turner Is a graduate t I

ixl. Bob formerly managedthe with two area men now serving Airman 2.C. Bert Irons Jr., Mr. Oliver McShanog returned Hospital. of Venice High School.
\,i projected enterprise,, Humble Esso station across in Germany and a third in son of Mrs. Lizzie Irons has to Indiana and
recently up-
i| been given the green the street and Is an expert training at Fort Polk, La. participated this month in Exercise Radio FacilityBy on hearing the news of Mrs

'. it due to be started 1mjtely with ignition systems. More Sgt. L. Terry Shirling, hus- Delaware, a Joint Iran. McShanog's unfortunate fall
and there Is no end about new businesses in the band of Mrs Sharon Shlrling lan-U.S. military training op- which put her in the Sarasota

'Ie, good things that can next column. of Englewood, is due to returnto eration in Iran. He is an Air BETTY KAUFFMAN Hospital with a broken hip he '

r w this development, econ- -.0It the United States in June Force specialist with a tactical OSPREY The Osprey hurried back to North Port. \

J ally employment-wise and your Osprey correspondentseems from Augsburg, Germany, Air Command unit there. School Parent Teacher Association I Clara is getting along fine and It costs so tele >bBrighten

j-wsively, rather "up in the air"in where he is chief-of-section of The exercise Involved 6,800 has recently purchasedand hopes to be home soon.

u expected that Mr. My. this Issue it's because she's ,A Battery of the 13th Artillery. U. S. Military personnel of the presented to the school and -.- Your Home
Mr. Lamberth and Mr been there. Last week we had He Is a former Venice High Air Force, Army, Navy and community a civilian band ra is
Mrs. Marie Goehring recuperating
,bi will become names the pleasure of flying via National School student and Is the son Marines. He Is a graduate of home after

nymous with healthyrth Fan Jet to Washingtonfrom of L. N Shirling of Englewood. Booker High School in Sara dio.The radio is Installed in the spending several at weeks now in the /

\ in this area. Gentlemen Sarasota. This trip was He Joined the Army in 1961 and sota. school and is under lock and Charlotte Community Hospital -
ti Sarasota Board of Coun- to visit our brother and sister- was stationed at Fort Benning, --
In Punta Gorda. Her husband -- -
havee in-law SFC and Mrs RobertL. key.At --
Commissioners, you Ga. before beginning his over.
Joseph LaFrance, who is employed at the
present, Marty -
Atsehn at Fort Belvoir,
e wise decision notwithstand-political Bob Is convalescing from major seas tour of duty last May. He Heart Disease traffic control deputy for the 7-11 Store, and the neighbors

v affiliations( surgery performed at the was graduated.from the 24thDivision's school zone, has the first key are all glad for her recovery.
Non Commissioned Issued to use the radio in 0-
Fort Belvoir Army Hospitaland -
.d now we come to thed Officer Academy. I event of disaster or emergency i
we are happy to report he Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Charles,
Still State'sMajor
Limit again. This issue is nicely. We Sgt. Shirling Is a howitzer It is believed that OspreyIs
progressing( very with
In this col- and military instructor in the a
pi reappearing are hoping they will consider gunner the only community g
and with good reason living in beautiful Sarasota currently involved in the train county to have this facility
it Osprey need that of military troops in chemical to be issued
an County Sergeant Asselm's ing KillerHeart Two more keys are Home Loan
upon Improvement
1 be effected. A meeting retirement from the Army In biological and radiological in the near future to re-
held Thursday evening at warfare and all phases of utill- sponsible persons who remainIn
the next two years.
Osprey Recreation Assn zation of the M109 howitzer. disease caused approxImately the area most of the time.

with regards to the speed. Sgt. and Mrs. Shlrling have 36 per cent of all The cost of this installation Here's bow you can have more haa $900' 'orth '
methods citizens of Oscan If there were three chip- two daughters, Marlinn and deaths in Florida in 1963, the was approximately $200. The of ait-family comfort and convenience for only a
employ to get relief munks running loose in all of Tracey State Board of Health reports. radio is on a direct hookup All NEWDIALCET dollar a day!Get a Home Improvement Loan-

this hazard. A delegation North America, they would be Army Spec. 5 Harold G. Robbins Heart disease Is the state's with the South Trail Area Fire available in any amount. Take as long a* 36

dated to appear before about as crowded as the starsin whose wife, Marjorie re- Number One killer Deaths Department which in turn, hasa Mt modsrs o.ayto months to repay in easy installment At the same

ty commissioners at the the Universe according to sides at 604 S. Harbour Drive, from this cause edged up from radio in direct communication I bsl5.7s time you are adding tol'Otll'' family'.comCot1.: you
est date possible to obtain the National Aeronautics and participated in Exercise i 18900 in 1962 to 20,102 last with the sheriff's depart- are protecting your property investment and

inf signal lights to be Space Administration. The Springboard a two-week command year; but Dr. James E. Ful- ment and the Sarasota Memorial .-' building valuable bank creditCome in today-

during school crossing nearest galaxy! like our Milky post training exercise ghum, director of the Divisionof Hospital. there is DO red tape, and service is prompt.
<.di. Mr. Cason of the Stated Way is the great spiral in Andromeda with the Seventh Army at Chronic Diseases noted that Hurricane Donna and the
Board is also to be con. about 2 million light-\ Stuttgart Germany. The exercises three heart disease categories more recent storm which de- "Sarorsofo County't Oldest Bank"VENICE

li-d Immediately and invited years away from Earth. ended Thursday. had dipped in the past 10 years stroyed the Osprey Dock and FLORIDA

I Venice Area Church Directory I standing It and was to designed operational evaluate to communi-procedures perfect- -per one The 100 dramatically.heart.000 population disease death was 323.9In rate this interrupted civic-minded community communications citizens prompted of the the to "J. \vs MOOREPLUMBING VENICEwu*

cation procedures.Robbini, assigned. to Seventh The 1953 main against category 356.4 in causing 1963 town communication to provide for a the method future.of CO. @) NOKOMIS $*.

enteredthe this rise was coronary heart Harbor UghH On The Trail BANKSPECIAL
r NATHANIEL'S EPISCOPAL (' .1CrmtRCH Army Headquarters, disease from 201.9 to 275.9. The tail of the great comet of
CHURCH OP THE EPIPHANY Army in October 1945 and up I extended for 200 million RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS
1!North Hirbor Del.. and rarMOU StrM the for chronic 1843
'IOU Bl>0 8al a OIl.. .) arrived overseas on this tour However to reach
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Mi LlffhthouMPfWt heart disease
M.. Goo... W. Oommlnfi In October. 1962. rheumatic
Roo. O. M. oon. Vicar.w I as ROT r of duty from the sun to Mars.
'-' gminai! 0:15: .... Prone R Mit- dropped from 11 deaths per -- -- --- -------
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fammnniom Itt and Ird Sundaya.ENICE ; in 1953 i s7irtbpdtt
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\ ASSEMBLY or GOD Conr,......iion and>t HO iMurdar: to lite 4ilt,...to.. I,M liam L. Mitchem, has Just completed year disease; hypertension, down from with 48 to heart 27; 3-DAY
.... Br-War at Mrrtw A....Mto a two-week leadership .
t and other heart disease deaths
M.oeiea Partnc under the
.4' &hoo15i00/ a.m.ilai NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE] preparation course fell from 55 to 44 .
I Worship 11:00 .. CHURCHES Reserve Enlistment Programat
;.sl5! Smle* 1:00: p.: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH the Non-Commlssloned Of-
."' .. Frmnr M,.Un.. 1:00 p.a.SNICE.NOKOMISMETHOmST ComnuDlty CcnurIr. at Fort Polk Putting a man on the moon
T....... J. Pets".sS. MintowrSnndv ficer Academy Is $20 billion effort Involving -
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'HURCH Child...... saw .held aimult5ss51wtb La.He received his basic training some 20,000 companies,
I A..... a P5i0..e5ta 405.355M. Adult saki. S. C. employes and the National
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Lou. Jon... P..wr.
Ship' &fllsm. 5:50 ...... and II TKINITt METHODIST CHURCH Pvt. Mitchem came here Aeronautics and SpaceAdministration's )

-.a ob, School Youth'! I J-.lkmihlp.:41 a.m.MIH .:ao a... Sunday -.ComnmnlW A.ti45 tlolJ.a.ra....OtiMAr Wonnip Mi....'..S rvle* Is with a 1958 his family graduate last of and year.Lilbourn attended He and most of 10 major its 300,000 centers CITY-FARM TRUCKS!
(Mo.) High
ANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Missouri School of Mines technicians.
Se. The IU*. Chariot L At Scout H... Zv"GOODYEAR'S GREAT
*fret Srho.lt (ill .... Piter ..."...... Vkar.mday" .
ship' 1:11: a.m., and. 10:10: am.KE8ID ':; 5:00 am Wocihlp fcrrfc

*, I.Io.L'.II U S. 41 N. BUc.rn.. Bled
H.I.I./ ,ar. 4SS40M on.. R.'. Charlm &: Cuth_
J"kl' ....1_ 10:IO a.ab II........ If
Nw fchor* till ..... Suad., School.
"hit Clama till ..... luodor II t III.00 4Ja.m.p..m,, Yount Wonhlp P_S.ltff rtl... AT A ROCK BOTTOM

SCIENTIST rfM p... Onpl a.s.kaW.dsds
W W.M Vanfea A au* 'V.OO ,.., Mld.w.ek Pmy Quality built from
.... .r Srs/n./
...., ..m11 V. bead to tread $1395 550,04ii
..... ......., 11 .....a.. OF THE NAZAREWoutk ": Lys.
? Economy priced PI''
/1 14
54pm .....
V. ... .. tin
10 a-ai' to 4 p." oalr Junetloa 41 and TFI in all popular SIZes,
M luad. and kolldan, and Frtintirf'rom '
"a ..
t to .. YP855.,1. small to Urge
'0100' .I
| SACs METHODIST CHURCH (tand,, School Wonblp.t,M.m.UitO a-ra. Terms! Pay for SAVE ON All SIZES I

Cars of n.] .... 1111. D.P. nody a55SISa, 1:00 p....
&b.L .,.. as.o E.s.isS Wod...... P..... 55.551e YEN pa 3-T Nylon Cord 6.00 I 16 6 I3.9Sconstruction.
"b'p' .tno*. 11:00 asMM. + and -;;-
V' P, | M pm. 6.50 II 16 17.85
Stodr, : fill pm W.derdK.SEVENTH CAL0FRVC ICERGARDEN5ACHlens i that means real 7.00 1116 -6 -21.35

toughness and wear!
Boo,.' DH
| Norto 6.70 15 6 16.50
J. Sh..r... P-
F ->u Tr.il of RU nNobo"l. Th. 555.
.. Fla Sunday IIrhoolo 1:15, .10. 7.00 II 15 .. 21.35
11.00 amC.mmunly -
I Pats, Mornlne Wo..hlp. SAVE!
worn L Guts. 1I7m..ln. 150 p.m. 7.001117 6 24.90
J "i SMurdv, 55o m.m. 1M.
g.. g.rrl m lilt TooiHw *..Bin' .. CHURCH 7.50 II 20 10 44.50

CHURCH Caor. W. CU.......* whole house
Inktort UoTld' A. BowM Rb pastor your .A" prIeM p1.. 5.. a.d p-r -......... aailiw
141 Th. Rialta. V..,.. 8unolo6 Iot- 1:00 asHoiydte t
T.Lphonti lit-Sta Mw ':00 am
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Schooli It4l C.nt..lpna IIelON Mw ; 1.--
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""'I l, H.ll 11 >._ Gudn S.. with F1li1liTj,

Y5,1.1555.e.l.r / the
Rlvlora ot assess msraele m N. for less
h.ld ?
Don,. R.5tsrSunday M II
DM>H P.tre ss ,...... G....... a55..al.. 0555.
as Hoi, Ommunloa ..... ,..d.,. .Ito' 515..5 tot 55
.a am. Pimllr Worship fonlnf I."u..k IIohoo .- .,.. am..t of units
._ ae.9t N5 54.11 ., cost room GOODYEAR TRUCK TIRES THAN
P..,.. ."' 0. .. .. Adull 01- TONS ARE HAULED ON
::11 a. Adult Blbte. Study .od Roo. C55'5'Sa ... Ms Say
Chunk School ..... u komi ahomk 61ed- ON ANY OTHER KIND
tOt .... linn In. Pr.7. modBAPTIST 1..54 K. K.I.ht 10' I
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Richard, It Lloyd. Pallor Mr I'O 8 p. Rlhaedaa4 t...torSund. GULF GARDEN
School .... .. 5550 asP55'w
'bi; .... ., aebroL ...,.. .l55e o""
11,00 a.m. .. :... t 1t1 Conditioning
""tot ln|..... .io ,..... .. BRN, ltab. p.... Heating Air '
'.Sine, Sorvloaj T tSO p.... a SHOPPING CENTER
"'45-45r, P..,.. M..tlna ',U am. W.dn.5Asasthle s-t. |.,M aafc Sales Service Engineering t,1,

BAPTIST 488-2373
I IDInlpta of Chrlatl. SOUTH VENICE a OM. In........ U.a. 500 B.<. Ave.. Venice 488-109 I If
;.n1 r".Pl: Ian V.s0., Awn 1IO B.m Dr. P.55a' \
B.. M. 50111.
"'M?" Tb. "*. 0. IL ftw Arthur' ., .... iURSDAY i\
> lernnl. till e.m. S5..slae.0bWr...M 11M a.a.
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ABOUT Banging ENGLEWOOD Pat Bane It Outwith I Start Haley Report With Stockpiles For Government Economy- "-64

Mr of end Lemon Mn Albert Villa Thompson By REP. JAMES A. HALEY of tax revenues is precisely Congress that-for two years he storing them. A congressional! of our possible needs In a war, period he has been unable to both have been- ,
Bay spent
on enjoyable week in Lakeland I what Mr. Campbell was hiredto has been trying to get the Air investigating committee agreed and 31,000 tuns of excess make any progress/ with this cultivating their ant'i 1
with Mr. and Mrs Lee V When it comes to tracking do as the watchdog of the Force to use some of the 'ov.ernment' with him. titanium. I particular some of savers of the reputaU :
P Ford One day they went to down where the tax money Treasury for Congress. The. vast hoard of surplus But despite these three surpluses If the government would the funds ah.Ued out annuallyby money But they taxp,1tra'
and in only trouble is that the bureaucrats metals in making missilesand Mr. the till bnp'Ovt
dinner with Mr. and Mn C. I goes uncovering waste. Campbell finds the draw aluminum and titanium taxpayers.Now substantially on thee. !
Drehy. Mr and Mrs. Wendell ful and frequently illegal or at (and I am sorry to say, other weapons. I Defense Department Is spending from the stockpile, instead of I tions by overriding rtputa.1
even Congress itself on occasion The Mr Campbell has not
Walters least improper expenditures government he pointsout hundreds of millions of buying more, Mr. Campbell ordinate bureaucrats, \ .
entertained them alio
thereof, of ) too often merely read is far overboard on dollars laid the things that seems obvious Ind
Lee and Albert had to have one the most alert manyof to buy aluminum titan- points out it could save many dering that Mr III-
of one men in Washington is one what Mr. Campbell says the "strategic" supplies !it ium and other Items for min millions of dollars now being to me about this matter, multi million Can btu''.
day fishing at Parker Lake. dollar
In Joseph Campbell, the comptroller and then continue in their menrily has built up in case of anotherwar. uteman missiles and other spent on the vital but nonetheless but I expect has thought of ttens be placed IUrrea.
Thompson a free moment, Mrs. general of the United extravagant and improper The late President Kennedy weapons, leaving untouched the costly missile and weapons It and I am /going to say it for without Into etleO _
went Mr.
tee States. spending ways. once said he was "as stockpile, which has on hand procurement program him: the missUe pSi5S **'
Jack Tracy. Hu wife a co- As ,
was an example Mr. Campbell -tounded" at the over-supply of 1 1.5 million tons of aluminumin But the comptroller general President Johnson and Defense tram but ."*
teacher with Checking the '
1 Jane. on
They returned expenditures achieving
just lately has
reported to these materials and the cost of of the ,
home Saturday night. excess top estimate reports that over a two-year Secretary McNamara benefits for the taxpa"."'
I -

I 1. It all Came is would priceless across get a and this kick thought in out our of desk you It' YOU SAVE MORE ON YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL Plus You Get -

New even York if you City.were It Is not a reprint from i They're Your Private

E of the first Restaurant printedin Top V nine Siomps. :
America in 1834 from the

f vi, I f collection New York: Historical Society; t a It "Nest Egg"

BUI of Fare : I
1. "'..I
Cup tea or coffee ...... .01
Bowl tea or coffee ...... .02: COLONIAL
Crullers ... ........... .01: '
Pork Chops ............ .04 e
Pork & Beans ........... .04
Sausages ............... .04 SUGAR I t
Soup ....... .. ... .. ...... .02
Fried .. Meet Ir!K T. May 7* The fth
or Stewed Liver .03
Fried or Stewed Heart .. .03 STORE HOURS .1 a : I I I
Hash .. ... ............... .04 7 to 9 : 539c '
Pies ... . .... ... .. .04 5.55.9 p.m. Mon. thru FrL __
to 7
Corned beef & cabbage .04 s.m. p.m. Set t. ___
Beef or Mutton Stew .. .04 Owrttty Rfeta Imnti Limit one with $5 or more order J
Fried Fish .............. .04
Beef! Steak .............. .04 FREE This Week __ L' _
Puddings . ... ........ .05 __
Liver and Bacon .. ... .05 CURI1H I (YES __
Beef or Veal Roast ...... 05 DINNER PLATE t tWkk PILLSBURY
Roast Mutton .... ...... .05
Chicken Stew ........ ... .05 teepee
Veal Cutlet .. ......... .05 Eras leek AWS Hour
Fried Eggs ... ........... 09 .
Ham and Eggs ... ...... .10 ,,. $ *r Mae Pmkot
Hamburger Steak ... ... .10 i ha.,,, ,. e.nre, ,. I t '
.. r..w a w. a
Roast Chicken .. .10 Yes a.w./
Regular Dinner ... ... .12 1 r ti "CMJI M eerhl Dl.w. ; '
Delmonico's Restaurant 494 : r. s. a q.rl
Ne M
Pearl Street New York. .. sow FM..r swig case
M N1a)1 Dnla
At the final dinner of the
1963-64 season members of the Us* Dae With $J er Mr* OrserVYD
Enr'ewood Community Club L
were greeted by Mr. and Mrs
Harry Merrill and Mr. and BRAND U.S. CHOICE Extra Value TrilnlnadRAST
Mrs. James Walsh.
Mr. Jerry Hamor program
(chairman introduced The Rev. Bone In 1Tae Smart play To Go.
Byron Richardson who assisted ;. .

of hand by Mrs with acts.a Richardson number of sleight entertained .- CHUCKPer 48, T | For Good n&tgjTo Eat! I

Serving on the dinner committee
were Mrs Lucy Mac.
Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Charles ; Pound SAW 4Sc THRIFTY MAO RAMS OR SUCH)
Ryder Mrs. Edna Broom Mr. .... me.
end Mrs. J. Kochin Mrs. Annette Peaches 5 $IOQ
d Koenlcshoff and Mr. Wal- W-D BRAND Quick Frozen Gov't Insp. Grado A BROAD BREASTED BeltsrfllaWD Y.
ter Holcomb.
Mr. Kennedy club president SAVE m ALt pwca

'wished summer all and members urged everyoneto a happy : ;. Astor Oil ;: 79

return in the Ml with enthusiasm 1& *
for a new season. : 31
11fi RICEY e T
Mr and Mrs. Scott L. Ash-

'had worth their of New daughter York and Avenue husband Lima Beans JJ:. 10C

Mr. and Mrs. George -
i, Hodges[ and daughter! Bernice, SAVt fc TKXRTY MAD
1 as house guest. from Riveria BRAND U.L CHOta 303
:, Beach. With them came their Tomatoes I 2 UaaIt c25c
dog Sallie Rib Steaks u. 78c ? I
Mrs. Ashworth was telling us W.D BRAND U.s. CHOICE BED
I bout their own little dog who U4Vt -
I. has had a pretty tough time. Plate Stew u. tSe Bars tT'e 39'25e
The dog was hurt last year and ARMOUR STARSliced GRADE Fig .
j its leg was broken. Flippy was sir
in a hospital for three long Bacon u. 49c SAVE B< STARES ttGW MTdtTuna
i months, had a pin put in the FRESH PORK .... Ys c..
: leg for a long time the foot Chunk '
was dragged about but at long Butt Roast U. 39c -
I last Flippy has been able to FRESH RN
I stand on :it and now end then hw SAVE 'ntUTYJMIPHAIf1.I.GRAmlUlToaoa.ua!
will take three or more steps Pork Steaks u. 49c ,,
They have high hopes she will BAR.C BRAND Dr-mk. .4't: $100
i learn to use it all times. r .

Smo. Sausage u. 39c ? SAVt JOe IPAW.Limit 5 with other pureh sees
Want to tell little -

!: gins guests.He about Mr.is organist and you our Mrs interesting and Al something choir Wi,-. TARNOWS Sausage COPEIAND'S. FRESH e OR SMOKED e COUNTRY e u. 59c ) : gYr Toothpaste I 5 Mel.- $I ISAVt 1r

1 master in one of the largest
1 New York Episcopal churches.He Skinless I Wieners 12.' .ft" '-39 c w-0hRANI t lie DOCK! DARUNO WHOU

a choir.has He 24 also members is organist In in the a TARNOWS SPICED, LUNCH, PARTY PAK OR freak tear Wheat Bread 2".. ..II... 29'

Synagogue. Then he has two Sli. Bologna nemvki49c F GROUND '
,I choral groups, one of mixed SAVE ,Oe DIXIE DAJUJNO PfCAH rail nUB> OR

'I other voices a of group 108 members of 100 women the e IR.1 '{ SPECIALS BEEF Caramel Buns. '- 29''

only. Each give two concertsa ( .
year with Al directing. He OlD FASHIONEDMild
himself is a concert pianist and
t has three concerts a year. Cheese L u. 49c 3$1 FRESH PRODUCE
He and his wife Bess have
only been married little over
I'I. a year. It was our first meet- Cheese Sticks 10.....* 49c wr.. y....
: Ing. It was such a shame they

upset arrived and when now the that house Johanna was all is Cottage SUPERBRAND Cheese !4 29c2 y 55c ; Fresh t
,: down sick it is still Impossible CRACKIN GOODCanned Q, ; .x Corn -59c
to have them here. They areas ktep. frsJe A
I j I brown as berries, over at Biscuits 6 ..- c. 49c
the beach
every morning and Fryer Parts
we are enjoying them as much FANCY CSTSP WMBO STAIXCeleiy :

I as possible. Vent,TWok* DrasMtfcxi 10t
:,. GARDEN G4TE ROW SLICEDStrawberries l ,

:i' :r.1Ji 3 16 ... **, $100 Da. 49c NEW CROP YELLOW 1


YOUR I!(>USENOID WATCR Broccoli 5 fe 99c Onions. 5 Ibs. i
Juice 4 'tL oane 99c
i iI rE G ASTOR FROZEN nchFrles3. 2.Ja. $100 I Carrots. 3 hags 19t

I r Grape Juice 4 'ne ee $100 .... .

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: 1 1 .w lw Creekle'll,e..wa.e.w..e' Deed ; SO.eaarew.eedar EXTRA. IOP VALUE, wee STAMPS a SO..EXTRA. ....-IOP-.VAWI., .....STAMPf...... -IOP-..VALUI.,......STAMPS-.. IODEXTRA-...._IOP... ....STAMPS..-..

; I j 1I41 e cu.. ;r 49e, !fE. ....01 Ne-Pie.'t. 69c I' I Asserted Cetera'::Arrow I'' l.tlUN.l len.lle"e:::Plus 99c :: I ( c.M..M..U'.... J MdeIn w ,229 I
e.ee Mil( a CM S MhbCfck-
/ .........._1-. aaesrarwo"riles. ew eel.ad q.e I ewar -
rH"t S owee V.ed Th. a M t I
JiB oo. '-v.w 1M.s Mq t Qrnwtltl1U1Im'mmm' -VoW Mesta ....,N e.w.wee IMwd' Mer'
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THURSDAY, MAY 7. ,1964

-I.E 'J.. .-J-: .mTJnJ.. -:- .

C Thorn a j,

; The Totem Pole Mrs. Thomas does not hare

: I one of the best collections of
, : : fossils In Florida. They have

I eWSIPlEQ'ADS' By PATTY JOHNSON and ANNE TIIARP a great variety of bones but

J Many exciting event have teams will play tn a county. few large ones.
"--1, happened around the Venice wide softball tournament on "No dinosaur bones have

I11y. Junior High School Campus May 16The been found In the Florida

"'" this week. tennis team was scheduled coastal areas and most of the

!' .... The Student Council Conven. to play its first matches so called dinosaur bones are"

Ut'I7 CLASSIFIED Houses tlon was held May 1. At the assembly against Sarasota on April 28 actually those of mastodons.
\ For Sale the but According to the authorities no
Rentals candidate running unfortunately were rained
IIb.or.. RATES Female Help Wanted Legal for president and vlce-presl out. Sarasota won the match. dinosaur bones have yet been
tIl'. WANT TO SEE!: : ME found in Florida coastal areas
dent their that rescheduled
DUPLEX gave campaign es were on
I'm Furnished :2 Bedroom SCHOOL GIRL
'! :J bedrooms, :2 who will Socrius. or interior. Most of the ao tot .
Rates both Thursday homey Big *. New air conditioner be in 12th grade next D speeches and told the students the following day by an outstanding
Chare kitchen year, ed dinosaur bones are caDet
dining and liv- what would of S-0.
Electric kitchen they do for the score On
and Monday Edition "* area. and heat. Soft Interested In working 2 or ;anIhll NOTICE 'P0 rsEnrrnps" elephant material and except
Large scrcened-in water. AdulU. Call 4884323. a TO AM CREDITORS AND OTHFRYM school 11 elected. The two can Thursday, April 30 the Venice
S1.50 POrch and double carport. week this summer P"RIOIR4 VINO CLAIMs AGAINST dldatei elected were Randy. team regained their honor by for their teeth it Is very difficult
Trees and and during school next year isle; ABOVE I8T4TI. to tell whether the bones
rtt lovely 3 BEDROOM Willis
landscapln furnished house president. and Richard coming back and upsetting
Hour S to kMhp .. .
You'l Ilk, p.m. 8 p.m. even. *r notlfl'"t d rennlM come from a mammoth or a
word minimum me. available June 1. $90 mo ing*. I* fll* any llni. or rf.rn.nd. which Austin vice-president. Sari sou by a score of 41.
) Apply in
- ((12 ) BYRON person. Smack .on l, ...In.. mastodon.
MARKLE. Realtor Write or phone Earl Bond low u. said MUM At the latter half of the .
assembly The
golf team their
MacDonald played
Additional Words each fe Rentaurant. In th offloa of Sb. Countr loin of 'As' small
the Hipparion, a
Phone 488-4708 I II WA8-4381 Rt. No. 3, Box 864X. *.,.MU c'o,. riorld. In th* Courtlioua : the Venice High School first rounds of the year on
Arcadia, Fla., and give reference at Saruot.. Florida, within it* Orchestra presented a lovely horse lived up until 10,000
CASH ret,., both Thursday : BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS. FuU *. Situation Want.d III. talMitar _..... rmm, th. data ., musical April 30 against McIntosh. Our years ago" The H.pparion: was
I Ik flntt of program. trays well and
ly puhllcatlon thla notlrn. Earh played won by a
.nd Monday Edition establlahed home In VenIce ..tint *r _..4 mut *. 5 In writ ... ,In much older than that and was
Garden. $15 500. $ ,soo COLLEGE GIRL needs Job ft,....... s.d ama ..*.. th. pl'c* af The Student- score of S4-18. extinct millions of years ago. I ,
S1.40 down. Phone 4884927. Misc. For Sal. (or summer. Light housework ..*>iont, sad pot offlM dM.a. of thil.lm.nt Council Is sponsoring Corrections The Equus, (similar In size
an4 Talent
nuU b
a Show
that is
.won to kr
or babysitting Can furnish ISo .......... kla a .nl, or Hi .U..r.... going to be held Several mistakes were made and appearance to our present
|ll word minimum) $12,895 FRIGIDAIRE 5-ton self-con- !good references. Call Lynn or M will aeon. voM Mwordln. tn law.. Many students on May IS. in reporting of the fossil lecture day horae) became extinct In
For W. A. DOCK1US.ROONR are planning to
fine at
a home in Venice Car. tamed, air conditioner for 428-1663. to seventh the United States 8
Additional Words each Sep den*. :J 220 : 11411" ISPRORr)lNo. participate In this event. The given the period Rome 10,000 IiIIIJ
Urge bedrooms, 1 volt, three phase use. Suitable riorlil Pow.r LIght BulUlnl, science class by Mrs. M. yeariago.
WANTED auditions
bath LAWN are to be held _ Q"
on May
den MOWING VMm. Plo-Id..
.. '.. screened for small
*> *" < tn t oI. porch, commercial Instal. ,
... .. large yard maintenance, planting Attnrnw for th. Eitat: 48. The Student Council II .
IM it u utility room, Carport lation. $300.
etc. See or call R. L. Publlihi April II. ID, Mar C. It, 1554.
II.. hr MM .NOtt. Mnt* a Large Thomas Russ, 229 Pensacola awarding $10. tn and <:i far t,. f.r M k lnaru. th_1.... corner lot In ood localion. Anderson, Inc.. Venice Air Rd.. 4AA.'909 first: second, T and --third; place -
*.* *har .I5 Terms. 380 Base IN THB COUNTY
A *trf emta I* Hillview Rd.. 4881760.CRAFTSMAN. JtTDGF'S? COURT
...*. I., >.. W 5),. O* a.lkn f O.lot Phone 4882894. SARASOTA COimTY FLORIDA winners, respectively.
.....*r lit nvllw to .S..tfl.d.. LostMANS IN PROBA Till -0 .
MOWER used .....
In R. F. oft The Second '
: VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 two seasons 18" Reel type. INNS MBHKEI; II.-.."" Annual County
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY bedroom. IH bath, panelled Self propelled. $15.00 480-4828. GLASSES Tortoiseshell NOTICe OF INTENTION TO MAKE Spelling Bee will be held May ; ALL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP
On. Edition, per Inch J3.00 Florida room. Cathedral ceil Frame, in simulated APPLICATION FOR FINALDIBCH4RloR 15 at the Sarasota Junior High

Both Edition, per Inch $3.50 In,. Call 488.5397. MAN'S DIAMOND Ring, 1 Alligator case. Printed with Nolle fa ._, 01... that I h... School. This past week, the
carat*. Must sacrifice. $500. name of New Jersey Optician. .1.... mr final PO""port a. Eiocutrli ofth. best five spellers of the seventh Q. .

All classified! ads payable In BY OWNER Modern 3 bedroom Write H. B., Box 748. Venice. 488-4862. that. Mat I b.*..of fll.A..,,.mr. Mmhri.petition d'soa.d for Iinol?I eighth, and ninth graders HEATING

:J baths, porch. Be llarham, sod that M th. Irth) dar of were chosen. These fifteen students .
advance except *i'.bli Kdaccount. tween beach Post Office. Extra SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING Mar, A D. I9U. 1 will ...,, to th. Honorahto will compete In a spell.
.., kitchen converts part for- Pianos... and diamond wedding ringon rl..mld..ew.ppw..lMs.IdeN.l-.p.rs' Countr Judmi of Paraant* Countr down to decide who are the

rental apartment. 428 Palmetto Steinway Knabe Everett Nokomis Beach off pavilion. anil for final dllO'h.... .. Exomtrlx of best five spellers h the school
CANCELLATION or Court Venice.ATTRACTIVE George Steck Winter Cable Reward. Contact The Gondolier II,. Mtal of .Ann Mn>k.l, ,riMMiml These five will then CGOUHO
Nelson 1'10. l.tk d. of April A.D. U&4. compete
ADJUSTMENTRiqunti Fayette S. Cable NeW8pa!>fr. RUTH DOUGLAS. against other junior highs students CORP.
Hallett & Davis E> ntn> of th* Entat of in
for cancellation| t. HOME in nice Ann M'k.L '.... County Spelling
or ediirttment b c u I t of section of Venice. Two bed Musette PlayeriPianola Mobile Homes Atfaoni' ./.l smith and ",...... Bee. The fifteen finalists were, 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fla. 483-535 -a.
b room, two bath, screened Players For Sale lit V/mt Miami AwVmlr .. ninth grade Janet Hall. Moron .
mutt mad for
error .
-oran_ Florida.roVlkkl
porch Chiles Donna Ross ,
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE and carport 1001 Noko- Allen April It 19 10. Mar 8. TNt Suran- -
mi* Ave., So.. Venice. $14.000. Lowrer 1956 CHAMPION One Bedroom ne Peterson and Steve Lee:
5 pjn. on Monday. For Mon. Low! down payment. No closing: COMPLETE SELECTION OP IN THB COUNTY Jl'DCF:' COURT eighth grade, Laurel Davis,
45'x8' See at H & H Trailer
S cost*. Call 4886701. Park IN PROBATE Tischler] Susan Lelnbnck,
:, Osprey. Lot. No. 11.
p.m. on Thurtdcy. FULLY GUARANTEED In Rr Ttat* oft Mark Ward and Rebecca Haz.

GOLDEN PIANOS AND ORGANS BE SETTLED when you return JOSEPH a Brrr n. u<* eltme; seventh grade, Mike
PHONE BEACH near gulf' FROM $123: I after the summer. Buy this hOrtrl! OF INTENTION Tn MAKE Young Mike Dupon L 11 a
Two bedrooms two bathi. Florida's Largest Musle Co." APPLICATION FOR FINAL Joeckel REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
i modern :2 bedroom mobile with DISCHARGE Charles Bernard and
488-3125 30 foot Florida I covered patio TV NetIoo Ie horob II., .. thd r las. Kirk Tischler.
room CANNON MUSIC CO. I flirt. a, final npon aa Eieatrl of
'lit ft. aluminum awnings and land lbs *iut* ef JoMpk O. oto. dnaMd; -0-
en corner lot. 1301 1st St., scaped lot in Harbor Light 'that I ka<* fllnl. mr pnltlon for finalJlMham. ? Friday April 24, was the Duplex in wonderful location Small I
Opp. Florida Theatre ..' that .. th. 19th doof
519 GULF
beginning of intermurals.
Owner will take $3,950. Call 55... A D. 1M4 I will applr to thn Honrabl I : Purng -
Real Estate Venice 488-1867 10 Countr Judi. of EaramU Countr, the eighth period, home I
Open Thurs. & FrI til 9 p.m. Florid. for approval of Mid final. report rooms played against one I down payment with good terms on
3 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot. Ph. 958-1019 ind for final dlichart u Enratrli oftk.
city and Travel nto of Jutpk OL 550... dod) another In either softbaU,
SUBURBAN water sewer I balance. For further information
Till lldi AD.
dar of April. 1W4.riOROTHY lasketball, or volleyball. The
Walk to school and $7.250 .
ESTATES 30 per cent below tore.cost! Call SEWING MACHINES. Clean, WANTED ADULT DRIVER of M.th.BETE.Eneutrli E.tato. ., Student Leadership Class officiates I 4884196.WOLFER

I 88-1510 after 4 or weekend oil and adjust. $2.50, George; Venice to Cape Cod Mass. Joon>b C B.... D.coM.l for these ,ames. I call 488.6413 or .

Parti, 1030 N. Washington, Leave by My llth. Call Oliver Attomy.1 Smith ani Thoma. ., The girls' Softball season also
Ill W.t Miami A-ooo I
started this i
Highest County WILL SELL or TRADE Home. Sarasota 955-7885. 4881402. Vonlo* rt..Id.ablIsb .. week. Girls I wishingo
:2 bedroom. 1ft baths. C.B., April II tt. ID. May T, ININOTlI'II Join the teams are practlc- I

Large lot deep canal, dock. RUBBER STAMPS made to or. Boats For Sal. : OJ' ?INTPNTIOII: 'M Ing after school on Mondays, I
der. Overnight service Of. REGISTER FICTITIOUS 0105U' Wednesdays and Thursdays

) +to 6 Acr,< Platted Parcels or Laurel larger Villa.home For in Venire comparable area. fice, personal, pocket or stock. FOR GRADUATION into an ,* undmtrnM' AM h.he ..miiIfySb. The girls making the school or v" v-
., .. ..
488-1432. I. ss4o-tisn SAPPER RHOPbo.
Very reasonable. Ph. 4S8-2484. enjoyable summer 8 ft. to 12ft. ..._ .. U' R. 111..1 A-. v..,....
sail boats. From to ,. .
$125 1"10. 5,0'f.tiOIo '01' of M. MOTORS. Inc.
ROADS, DRAINAGE, FOR SALE BED 48 Inch. $398. Laurel Boat Co.. 305() E. Goo'. so-Sam Shop ..4 0.5 said SIIs "'
Rentals Easy Rest. $25. Phone 488. s..nm.d. of th. ftIIa50ss .5... RAMBLER DODGEMS
UTILITIES ALREADY 2573 Venice Ave., Phone 488-5572. 71ea ssd pl_ of maIds".. AN .. Probltmi 488.3965488.4150SPECIALIST
l.n.wl1 """ """ S. Tlml.ml! Trail
INSTALLED TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by 21 FT. INBOARD CABIN. Sac. Nvkss.I'Don.14. 1'1.I. .T. 1I0G00, Itl I. Don 555'. IN. .

year. Completely furnished. Business Personals nfice for quick sale. Phone Ownonblp' of 11_'. Barbor bop bu
ATTRACTIVE PRICES, Automotie heat and air con TYPEWRITERS 488-3168. Do&"J. T. MoOo 100 P.r o.nt.It Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. and Adding ..
LIBERAL TERMS Tampa St., close to store Machine (mechanically. op IS FT. MOULDED FIBRE- l Ct.... ..,ny tb*IntonUo Circuit Court apply,In and to forlraaot th. C Front End Alignment S Oil Change
Tel. 488-1321. erated) Chemically cleaned, GLASS boat, nearly new. 18 Count>'. Florida. to ......., tn. Front End Overhaul S Adjust Headlights BeausC

like new. Just $12.50 plus parts HP Evtnrude motor. $550.00.Phone ..Id. prarkkma..... )(sG..l of ChnpUr Rarbw. 10961 Sloe, undorth. La... Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair

Carefully' planned restrictions ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY if required.; All makes. Venice 426-1693, 331 Mataro Ct., of Florida. Act. ., 1>41.Wltn Engine Overhaul Any Automatic orS Standard
Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. North Port Charlotte Fla. ... ny had title 111'_ day of
to protect your Investment Apartment, heated pool. W. 488-6113 AprIL 1M4. Radio Repair Transmission Repair

Venice Ave. Reasonable rate I BEST BUYS IN DONAU J T. MrfiFK.Pnblhbl ,488-4:481: Airconditioning Repairs and 'Installation
MISSION VALLEY Week month or yearly. Phone USED OUTBOARD BOATS Apr 10 Mw" ,. 14. II, IHI.

j ESTATES 488-3681. SHEPARD 14' Katamar, built-in

2 BEDROOM House. Nicely 5 hp. . .$175.00 DISTINCTIVE LARGER
jI Laurel Road East furnished. Walking distance LUMBER CO. 16' Chris-Craft, 30 hp.

I Ph. Venice 468-3858 to Nokomis Beach $69. We I 1003 N. Washington Blvd. Evrd., Tr. . .$395.00 Real I Estate Corner I

pay utilities. 488-5127. Saralot 14' Gulfllner, 30 hp. tD tD11III1

call Evrd.. Tr. ... .$49300
LARGE FURNISHED :2 and 3 I ELLIOTT PAULfor 18%' Lyman, 50 hp.

Lots For Sale( room apartments. Also tingle Johns.. Tr. . .$745.00 _.__ _, "C. ,

rooms. Very reasonable sum. 16' Songstercraft Merc.
ELK INLET Seawalled priv mer rates. Weekly, monthly] ROOF TRUSSES 400 E, Tr.$005.00 HOW ABOUT ONE OF THESE? Attractive Home In Venice GardensOnly

ate boat basins E. U Kilton Walk beach and Alum. WindoW & Doors.
a Bayshore Drive. Nokomis.II shopping.yearly. Vacationer wel Contract Roofing & Painting HANSEN CHRIS-CRAFT I DOUBLE, VENICE GARAGE, VENICE MARINA 18 Months Young. 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths, Florida Room

come. 504 and 51* Armada Fd., Phone 488-2132 Venice SALES, INC. Motel, on U.S. 41 .} Motel at Beach Separate Dining Room, Kitchen with Built-in Oven-Range.
VIVICC) RESIDENTIAL LOTS So. After 8 call 474-2569. 1201 North Tamiaml Trail Beautiful Landscaped Lot. City Water and Sewer Plus
ALSO V IN ICE BUSINESS BITES. Sarasota Ph. 958-5513 Well Central Heat and Air Conditioned. 15500. LowDown

perle etc. reasonable 488-1130 Pets
Efficiency Apartment $63
Houses For Sale per month. Couple. Includes PAINTING Exterior and In. KERMIT L MICKLETHWAITREALTOR SEE JOSEPH SWEE WITH

utili tiel. 704 Myrtle and Venice terior. Estimates and references BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird
supplies for sale. 488-5850. GULF REALTYPH.
BARGAINS GALORE By-Way. cheerfully given by experienced
painter. Call Elliott, 801 Laguna Dr. Ph. 488-4621
and they can be financed. 3 ROOMS, air conditioned $85. 488-4066. Wanted 483-4738 216 S. TRAIL VENICE

No 1. 2 room efficiencies. $75. UulHies ...-- ___t".IIIIIV""!" --...-.
:J BR :2 Bath home, included. 488.2502. YOUNG MEN fulfill your military .
Paved street curbing central Help Wanted obligation with only aix

water, sewer. Steal at $11,000 1 BEDROOM furnished apart- months active duty. Return

No.2. $72 ment. Yearly. Inquire Ava- PERSON RETIRED, semi-re- for service with your local Ma.
$400 down.
tired or presently workingwho rine Reserve unit. BEACH PARK
Call 836-1911
Ion Apt 505 ,
monthly buys this nice 2 BR
desires 2bath. with nice
home. to supplement Tampa. fAr details._ New 2-bcdroom

owner sacrificing.Only 3 years$12,500.No. old .- APARTMENT one or two bed. their present income by servicing 2 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat and air conditioning. Many
completely furnish. and, building a morningSt. Legal Wonderful loca
room porch.
firm ( this home for comfort
ed. Reasonable. 600 W. Venice Petersburg Time route. ..fu .. In

kitchen. S. Venice, 2 8R, large Ave. Apply 9.30: to noon and Cash bond and dependable 'WBLFTH ON THB CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT; Or THC OF tion. Smal: down payment. Easy Priced at $17,500.

lovely Florida room 2:30: to 5-00 pen.3BEDROOM transportation required. Apply: rr.ORIDA IN AND FOR (ARASOTAiOUNTV.
nice lot close to Ward District Manager IN CHANCERY
shaded Bernie FRANK C. RAEBURN
I. For information call
Shopping Centers. $12,000. house on the P. O. Box 1164 Englewood, CHARLES IL WTLLIAJlI
water. Nicely furnished and Fla. Phone 474-1784. Pnltlon for Adoption N"".. 1TMOHOTICH REALTOR
NO.4. Venice, near Gulf. clean. Air conditioner, screened BY PUBLICATION OF 488.6413 or 468.4196INTERESTED
Phone 488-1600 488-2649
BR. 2 baths, fireplace porch and carport.: Yearlyor WANTED IMMEDIATELY,: T.. LawrmM P.rM, OIWMO* New
parquet floors. You can buy consider reserving for next Man or Woman to supply York. .
You k br noUflxl th.t .tltlonu
this lovely, furnished home season. North Port Charlotte, customers with Rawlelgh Product .bom flM I. th. abov. .ifM) tourtor
for only 22000. Owner em- 488-3681. In part Sarasota Countyor adoption .< BONNIE BUI BLOOD.r.OOD. .
a nine, br CHARLIES: E WIU
Ployed elsewhere. "ero Beach. Can earn 11I1111111I111111111111111111111I1111111111111111111111111 IIDhlllhIlIIIlIlIIllIIIlIlllIlMODEL
$56I UAM3 and that TOM M Mqulr '
CENTRALLY LOCATED weekly part time $100 and I sol a MPT of row ...o.y *r eb
No. 8. On the Bay. 11} ft. Apartment, on yearly or full time. Write Rawlelgh! aetlona.. th..... upon attorn.r for PNSitIss. ? HOME. FOR SALE!
William H. lloekliaiii. |M1HilMnr
Mtwall. :2 BR 2 bath home. monthly I bul. Vacationer FA E 563 336 Memphis. Tenn. 8trt., ........, Florid and including carpeting and draperies
fireplace built-in Barbecueon welcome. Armada Apts., 408 III. th. oririnal In th. ofllt* of u..
elm of Circuit Court on or fofor.un. EAST VENICE AVE CITY OF VENICE
screened LanaI. Was $29- Armada Rd.. S. Male Helo Wanted tin IM4, falllnt vhlefc D.en H. N. W'mmers-Reartor' .
500. Elderly owner must ..* CotifXM will .b. __ atalnal KManil C Air Conditioned I Barrel Tile Roof

Wove. Will take much lower ONPRWATE ESTATE, at Osprey FOR DELIVERIES Engle-- mal4....n aua.rtfcjr. ahall...rraeMd..d.... to_I..parte.Yov an4ppw REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Oversize Garage
offer. Don't this two large bedroomapt. .. .
mill one. wood-Venice area. Evenings I In Id soot on th. 10th dar
living room tile bath, .f Joss Al n. "8', at liM ..... tototr 'for Wtrt.ru Union Telegraph I Immediate Occupancy
We have load of bargain and Saturday. $10 to $15 week- .... why .aid ,.,11101 for ......
Frlgidalre, gsa stove and furnace ly. Contact Sam Boyd, H & H 550,, .hniiH not .b. em.ss.d.wrrosm' .. Monday thru Friday 9 to SI; Saturday to I TERMS -
including waterfront homes fur- "I' h.nd ..4 s..l 0' saId
TV garag apace $17,500.00PHONE
lot* and business properties nlahed, or unfurnished. Annual Trailer Park, Osprey. toUn I. 5s.saila, I'lorl.. Iblo Ma.. I, CLOSED SUNDAYS NO CLOSING COST

some with very generous financing. I- bcsis l only $100 per month. WANTED SALESMAN for Venice tH"w.. A. WYNNS.Cbrk HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 488.5042 EVENINGS 488.3562
Stop In and visit to Phone and South to of Clrtolt Court.By
Quiet. no lawn mow. County area W. B. GMmnn 11111111111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111I111111111111I111111I11
With us.BYRON. Seaman. 966-2825. sell lots and memorial for Doputy CUrk.uhlUht .
Mar. ,. 14. It. M. 14.NOTICE .
Sarasota Memorial Park. Previous

MARKLE. Realtor i MODERN: airconditloneditore experience helpful but notnecessary OF INTENTION TO
Eleanor Taylor, Associate. available in South REGISTER UNDER; rlCTITlOUl
Venice Shopping Center. For will as a be full training NAME BTATUTI INTERESTED? FLORIDA LIVING IS FUN! I Venice Gardens Lot
provided. .
.. .
phone 438-4706 program NotlM b har.br (lr that tb.fanliMd. v.
Information call 4885858. Write S. M., Box 748 Venice. .. ..!rin. .. .._ In h.... 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened! Check f/ie'ie/ Realtors for 80.110 feet

I'.,.......... Iamss I ad,. PsWaVa. O'CLOCK OM gndTC LIQUORS th. 11,0151..I at (MO Hlllvlr.FIVE' Porch, attached carport, Oil I"

47 MOHAWK RD. So. Venice ), or ..b....... 5,0p51sIsass. ...... ....,.., MALE. Full time dishwasher. 55e15) Ss.Ws5I. usd0.. lxI.e. Ismsei.t. heat GOOD LOCATION
Loa I. RentalsHomes ( :
:2 BR. Furnllhed. Newly. 1..Ire. Apply Venice Yaoht Club. .. tho .." .... aIls tho CIwI.I
f Ih. ClrmH Court Inj and for Sir. 105 East Aurora
Painted In out. 214 corner AIRCOND1TIONED Apart. iota Count. Florid $1,200.00Martin
receivefou UNFURNISHED
Iota full FORMER MARINES. Wltnm mr ...d ..4 offlelal Maithli $17,500.00
adjoining large
$7,75000. 2H three
: went .i
((4)) day each month I tltlh dar of April, IM4HYAKKA .
'Iota 75000. Broker BuereBuru bat' Reasonable I Phone 488- for week-end pay drill. Regular BEVERAftf CORfORATTON H. N. WIMMERS B. r f
au & C. C. (Chip) 3785 or 4885994. one 871 Rootrt /. SUnnoU. PrtoMoit.PuHl.kl Lots S. Stancik
credit toward retirement 4... M. liar T. 14. II. lass.TN REALTOR ;
Johnson J. Glockner
Martin S. Stsncik.Vss Ira PARTLY FURNISHED, :2 bed.. plus the added earning powerof TRill I'N'NT1' Jt'nnli'lI MURT 221 W. Miami The Best-! REALTOR
room cottage, $65 month, two week summer camp In I IN AND FOR SARAsOTA COUNTY Ava. "

I | |M,. p.no Bar. 'I plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or I California in August. Call 839 FLORIDA.58 55, UN. r...... of IN PROaATE.WJLENi 488-5308 Tel. 488544'tgimmi
.... I Isa,. al>nran Pm),;':, 5',55.. 488-6467. I 19ll. Tampa for detail I ; 1'. Ha. U" mmmmm mm
f aHtHi mI
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PAGe STXTtm T H eGO N DOl C: I E R .i THURSDAY. MAY..7:..!toM.

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Parade Of Homes U. Of Michigan .I

I :: .s' ; Conducts SurveyVenice

CardWhat w y and Laurel will be
Big Drawing
among the 350 communities In
LITTLE the United States in which the
of Michigan Re-
is a good way to measr Each home is a study in University
will conduct a
search Center
success? fine construction offering the
national on attitudes
The six builders of the 1964 buyer the moat for his money; THEATVENICE survey
towards the tax cut, povertyand
Venice Parade of Homes measure while giving him the specialized .
the success of their third features that offer the politicsSome will be
venture by pointing out that best in Florida Living, Mr 1 500 Interviews and
more that 6,000 people have The six models are The conducted between now
in the communities covering
visited the model homes in Cardinal by Harley Whiteaker June .
36 of the SO atatea.The
East Gate since their opening, The Martmque by Chester A. for Venice
in February. Mayer, The Malibu by AI Interviewers
) r and Laurel will be Mrs, Bon-
The builders also point with Welch, The Starfire II by Don and Mrs, Gladys
pride to the fact that 21 new Heath, The Maison Bleu by nie Bright
homes are either under construction CockriU Developers and Builders Easton, both of Bradenton
The study, one of a series of i
or already occupiedin Inc and the Southern .thLd4T.
the SRC quarterly surveys
the East Gate area as re- Belle by Gulf Coast Develop-
I suits of the Parade of Homes ment and Builders, Inc designed to project an accurate
of how the American
,I For those who have not yet picture
visited the site on East VenIce people are getting along
New how they feel about a numberof
Avenue the homes are Isphording current topics.
from 10 until
daily a.m.
open of
The center, a division the
5 p.m. ./' Institute for Social Research,
Noon Lions
has been conducting such research
YOUR for 18 years It maintains -
0 Isphording, local a national field staff
attorney was elected new trained to conduct the interviews to Ralph W, Harrison, president of the South S.>
president of the Venice Area .
CARby Assn For Retarded Children It represents the "
__ .
n' Noon Lions Club durmg Tuesday n. Among the interview topics
's luncheon meeting at (Gondolier photo br Bob Obmdorf) which have been much in the at the Monday night hootenanny benefit at --I
Keyettes sponsored the affair, Harrison said the
Fisherman's Wharf VENICE LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTS its and Mrs M B, Giberson, secretary, Not news lately will be)1: People's has $2,000 for its building fund and urgently
Bill Phillips Other 1964-65 officers who 1964-65 officers, above They are, left to right, present when the picture was made was the attitudes toward the tax cut, $50,000. Letters of appeal are being tent out for
will serve with Isphording are Christopher Magee, vice-president and tech. treasurer, Dr. E. Robert Chable and whether they consider that
The oil breather ftp on your nical director; W Seymour Smith, president, cut in personal income taxes
car is one of its most critical makes difference to their
yet most neglected service paychecks; 2)) The government FLORIDACORPORATION
items, because most car own /Smith Names VLT Committees 'i !antipoverty program-
ers and many servicemen treat people's perception of poverty
the oil breather cap as only a 'and the unemployment prob- Member Chamber of Commerce

cover for the oil filler opening 1ISq t lem in the U. S.; and 3)) Public DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
Have the solventcleanedevery Committee appointments for newly elected president Smith Ball, makeup, Mri 3 Elwood
9,000 cap miles tl l the 1964-65 Venice Little Theatre were Mrs. Elgin Morison, scenery King, play selection and casting attitudes toward Communist Heating and Air Conditioning
and the world situation
Every woman who drives r season have been announced I ; Mrs. Samuel S. Roth, ; Dan Granger, membership China usual will & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas
should have some type of pressurized a by W. Seymour Smith, VLT properties; Carter Roth, light- ; Mrs Ralph L. Thomas, The aurvey as Heating
instant flat repair in president, ing; Mrs. John A, Ward, wardrobe publicity; Arthur White and Al- sample consumers' views of recent Ranges Water Heaters
trends in the
her car. These cans of air and Among those appointed by i mistress; Mrs, Edward D. bert Zielke, house ond grounds. economic and their plans to pur nation Free Estimates -

liquified rubber will blow up a Other new VLT officers, chase attitudes which have No Job Too Big or Too Small
flat tire in one minute and along with Smith, are Christopher Trail Venice Ph. 4882271
given the surveys great pre- 263 So -
the rubber may seal small tire 1 6 I Kirchway New Legion HeadClarence I Magee, vice-president and dictive value.Addresses .

leaks. Easy to use, no tools technical director, Mrs, M B. for the interviews '
needed Kirchway of Venice installed on June 16 at the Legion Giberson Jr, re-elected aecre- are selected scientifically to -T' r r J'r! I
Like to give a pat on the bark Gardens, finance officer of Hall Appointive officers tary, and Dr, E, Robert Cha- represent a cross-section of
to our service manager Clark No-Vel Post 159 of the American will be named before that time. ble, re-elected treasurer, metropolitan, suburban and /f
Whitcomb, for the fine way he Legion for the past two Serving with Kirchway will New board members for the rural areas Results of the Interviews JAMES T BLALOCK AGENCY INC. :
takes care of our service customers 0, Isphording years, will head the organization be: Wagner Eskelmen, senior 196465 theatre season are Dr never Identified with ,
You know service is a 1-- as commander for the vice-commander; John Relty, Chable, Mrs. Sam Dillon and any person or address, are cod- n6 u ran ce jj
vital function of our dealership, Jr, first vlce- 964-65 term junior vice-commander; Mel Ralph L Thomas, elected for ed, combined, and published ina '
and we rely on him to see that president; Luther Richardson, He and the other officers Rebber, finance officer; Paul three-year terms, and Mrs. statistical report for the i fooiW/ his men do quality work, quick. second vice-president; John were elected at the Post's Sanders, sergeant-at-arms; H. King, elected for one year country as a whole. The results jr 24J W. VENICE AVE p
)ly, accurately and at a reasonable Shockey, third vice-president; Tuesday meeting They will be Q. Thompson, chaplain, and Mrs, Gene L. Green and Harry have proven helpful to government VENICE, FLORIDA |
price. They do it tool Paul Lanius, secretary: Merle Jack Marshall, historian McElheny remain on the officials, businessmen, Select and Consult Independent ",
Next time your car needs service Eraser, treasurer; Robert Van Swift, To SpeakTo Kirchway, who succeeds board from the previous year. economists and educators who PHONE *n
work, atop in and talk to Pelt, tail twister, and A N. I Robert Sanborn, has been a Plans for next season's plays seek a better understanding of 488-0891 'Insurance Agent at you'
Clark. Sstes, lion tamer. GOP ClubEarle member of the Legion for 45 will be announced following the the conditions and ideas exist would your Doctor or lawyer i iT' i

When your front tire Is fast I Directors elected to one-year years, He was active In the May board meeting ing in the nation today, ..... > 1 P!'.
against the curb, don't force it terms Dr. Ronald L. Swift of Nokomis, and Mrs _
are Higel Chicago post until he ',-_-_. __ __._ wilts.. v -- -- -
by trying to turn sharply This and John J. Farley. Two-year chairman of the Sarasota Kirchway moved here three .i.rrawiiarrrrun.
can put wheels out of align. County Republican Executive
directors are Dr. Douglas' Williamson years agoCoin ,
ment and increase tire wear. and Robert Hogan Committee, will be the speakerat
If you have power steering it The program was furnishedby the May meeting on Mon
could damage the mechanismPull :> Stan Bennett of the Venice day of the Mid-Sarasota County Club Meets
ahead and turn the wheel Camera Shop who showed Republican Club ,
gently to get away. films on the growth factors and Swift said he would attemptto Neatednes(1ay OtT.etii./
tourism in' Florida, analyze] the results of the
South County vote In the May The Venice Area Coin and
5 primary elections The meeting Currency Club will .meet Wed-
Is set for 7:30 p.m. at the nesday evening, May 13, at 8
Nokomis firehouse of the Union o'clock in the Community
ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION I Volunteer Fire Dept Room of Sarasota Federal & .
All area Republicans have Loan Assn Since the last meet-
been extended an invitation to ing the secretary announcesthe
attend and "support the successful fiftieth member has joinedthe
MAINTENANCE nominees" The club club With the prospect of IN BEAUTIFUL EAST GATElocated

includes both men and women. winning a United States Proof
LIGHTING SUPPLIES Club officers are Col Cheater set by being present all memo
C. Moomaw, president; bers have a great Incentive to on E. Venice Ave., City of Venice
Sherburne P. Sweetland, vice attend the meetings. Membersare
ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. president; J. Herschel Morris, also urged to bring guests CLOSE TO SHOPPING CENTERS, S CHOOLS CHURCHES AND BEACH

secretary treasurer; William and prospective member.. After -
Base & Cocknll Streets Phone 488-6794 P. Rudolph, publicity, and T. the business meeting there

X .1, Lamar Hazen, bylaws will be a coin auction. EAST GATE HAS THE FOLLOWING

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't:'t1'' Insidt-saddle grained vinyl that resists cracking look'em over at your Dodge Dealers The wagont PER !
if scuffing shrink,ng, stretching Hand fitted carpeting. that have I way with, men-Dodge Wagons Man )r.. 11 A SQUARE FOOT
{ '! j I 'i on the floor A center armrest ,in front that maps .,:ed. Mm powered. Eight version to pick, from lOOOt On/ISION i CHRYSLER MOIOM UMKUUIIOK
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