Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00197
 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 11, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00197
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida Wet Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice( East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte,
L. 20, NO. 37 8 PAGES MP.MBER'

Building PaceIContinues Referendum Likely

pudding: In the City of Ven- totaled $13,724. Up On Beach Erosion

tin\mucd Its record up- Expect A Record
4 climb with a total of With this start $1,368,706 te +
3124 in construction permits for the first four months _
Jjed In April of this year, an building experts expect 1964 Venice area freeholders like. komis, told members of the the referendum election, which first advertisement Is expectedto
|ease of $178.405 over the to beat even the $2,771.642 hung ly will be asked to vote within Venice Kiwanis Club W.ednes- I will be held for all freeholders be authorized by the Sarasota .
(,719 in permits Issued the up in 1961 One basis for this the next five of six weeks on a day noon, "they will be teth: I in the City of Venice as County Board of Commj
month last year optimistic referendum to establish a first i community in the I well as those in Precinct 8 sioners within a week or two.
pi prediction Is the fact
figures surpassed that beach erosion district from the take advantage of the liberal who live within a certain distance Boost Tourism
:The April contracts have been let
jetties to the south boundaryof federal aid made possible under of the gulf must be advertised Edmondson out that
j,, (180.449 total for the firstr for over $200,000,, in school con- -I pointed
months of 1963 and the struction this year, for which the municipal airport the terms of the legislativeact for four consecutive figures in the office of the Flor.
"If they vote to do so," weeks before the referendumcan Ida Development Commission
for 4
1J5J figures the firstr permits will be taken out when
months of 1962. needed. George M Edmondson of No- i Edmondson explained that I be held. He added that the show that 65 per cent of the

This building activity In Venice tourists came to Florida last ,-
"oppil'the\ building con- Is year to enjoy its fine beaches A
irn:: for April was a $109- especially impressivewhen and 75 per cent of those ques-

i pern-it Presbyterian for a Vonice-Noko-admmistra- only Sarasota slightly the County City above of Sarasota at last large and are tx Payne Chosen To Head UA declared tioned as they they left enjoyed the state the

i and educational building year'sfigures 111 beaches more than anythingelse
owed by a $20.000 permit Is. for the first four .

,d to the Sebarco Corp. of months of 1964. N 1 t "The Venice area is especially -
-I L1u'erdale, for a gasoline Here Building are the Inspector permits Issuedby 4 kJTT* In Venice AreaWilliam fortunate in having more
nice station at the north. Curwood for Guy E Campaign splendid beaches than most
.t I corner of U.S. 41 and East Venice-Nokomis Presbyterian: 11 t S 181 19aeCa communities 39 per cent of
ire Avenue and a $20,000 which are public beaches and
Church, administration and C. Payne will direct showing for 1965. hard, Chief of Police John "
-mit to the Sarasota easily accessible to tourists
County educational 'G1Tr the United Those at the breakfast In- Shockey Mrs. Barney York,
building, $109,000. 1965 Appeal campaign I ,
and! of Instruction for a I, I he said "That Is why we must
ml maintenance on John C Shockey, addition to for the Venice Area cluded Mayor Smyth D. Bro- Joseph Ryan, Richard Fletcher protect them," he added.
Venice school building residence $600. The selection of Payne, president '. .. Admiral C. A. Keller, Mr Edmondson declared that
campus. Lewis L. Murphy, residence, Z of the First National Bankof and Mrs Ross Durant, Col. the only type of erosion con-
Permits for two other comr $12000 Venice was announced at an William Grove, Earle L Swift, trol proven successful on the
: il buildings amounted to JV R. L. Hiatt porch, $400. appreciation breakfast Friday 'i" Al Bradley Mrs. Donald Stephens west coast is the Budd dogbane
.000: for six residences, H. L Tomlinson, car wash, for volunteers who successful. Ronald Britton, Mrs Edward groins the solid type of groins)
a' d *70.400; and permit. for $4000 Iy conducted the area's first "nt'r Knob. and rock fills having failed to
"nt t iddi:ions and alterations Continued on pane 2)) independent drive this year Also Claude Kean of North hold up under the severe gulf
State Senator Warren Hen. Port Charlotte, Charles Schmittof storms.
9 derson headed the 1964 drive r Venice Gardens, Mrs Paul He explained the dogbone
Breezeway> Is Sold with Howard Vaughn. president flr Taylor, Mrs, Mary Gibbs, type of groin dissapates the
of the Venice Nokomis Walter Haig, Robert P. Mer- force of the storm waves farther -
.' Bank, serving as co-chairman rill, Mrs Julia O'Keefe, Mrs out in the gulf thus allowingthe
In a message read to the vol. Margaret Rhodes, Dave Dixon, sand to build up on the
: unteers honored at ,,Friday's Alfred Shogren, Mrs. Hope beach instead of washing out.
ITo Florida Chain Breakfast for the over-the-top Hine, Joseph W Gerard Mrs. This Is the type recently installed -
1964 campaign, Hendersonsaid Anthony Elmo, Louis Suter, by George F. Gibbs Jr.
t + rS.I i- : Payne and Vaughn. By means of color slides, Ed
|Mr and Mrs C J. Muse an which will be announced later "It was truly a team effort The nine organizations which mondson showed scenes depict.
.need today sale of the The transfer will take placeon -the cooperation and hard receive aid from the United i ing the damage done on several .
ketieway Supermarket to a May 17 on which date the I- 4 work of every volunteer which Appeal Include the AmericanRed of the Venice area beaches .
P:nda chain, the name of store will be closed all day for brought success to this year's i'i" Cross, Boy Scouts of on Sept. 29 and 30 last year
inventory. It will remain closed s. drive. Another sparking example America, Girl Scouts of Amer- while beaches at Boca Grande
for 10 days or two weeks of 'people] helping peo ice, Happiness House, Salva and along Manasota Key,
Cancer Drive for extensive renovation pie.' _. .- .- tion Army, Sarasota Welfare where the dogbone groins have
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The Muses bought the "While we salute the Home, Venice Youth Center been established built] up the

) Breezeway from Charles De- HELP WANTED, FEMALE Beauty, charm, poise and personality heron t>f the campaign you, WILLIAM C. PAYNE (Visiting Nurse Assn. and sand to a vertical depth of five
the to the "MIss the volunteers we must never Childrens Home Society and feet u
Nears Goal Shazo in September of last are requirements for successor and six
those Individuals I
year. They came here from Florida World" throne, to be relinquished June 18.20 by its forget
\ Tavares, Fla., where they op- 1963 occupant, Miss Lanita Kent of Ft Pierce The annual business firms who responded

Mrs Charles McQ Roberts, erated a supermarket. beauty pageant, prelude to the Miss USA and Miss World Without so generously them there to your would appeals.have I Spellers To Defer Id> Title I
airman of the South County brief spectacles later this year, will be held at the Cape Coral
fencer Crusade that Muse said that after a been no success. Our hats are
reported administrative Yacht and Racquet Club for the second,consecutive year. Entrants "
vacation he would take an off to them also
"WO has been toe
collected should write to Miss Gayle Carson, contest director,
with chain for
the Words of commendation
In the 1964 campaign for 227 Miracle Mile Coral Gables, Fla.. until May 20 Girls be-
his store He voicedat
which i Is buying the volunteers also were
Ws. leaving the drive only mter and for prizes which
to compete
tween 17-27 are eligible
and his family the
added that he the Friday meeting by
*X> short of its goal 29 for the
make their include an all-expense paid trip to Detroit, Aug ,
would continue to main speaker, Major Vennoy
,The rusade chairman ex. .
ircssed her appreciation to the home in Venice. Miss USA contest Farmer of the Salvation Army rr +
Major Farmer said the work
funteers who have finished
of the various committee chairmen .

f d ir remaining complete assignments workers the canvass and to urged hurry of I Grant To VJHS TeacherA tribute leadership and to the all this groups combined year's under success to their con

'Ir areas. 1n
and he forecast an even better
{f It the volunteers e I
In Science technologist at hospitals In Erie
High School Participation pro-
i'J I Just step it up a little bit, Venice
and Meadville, Pa
the foundation

d science teacher, Mrs. Richard gram sponsored by
I Mrs Roberts, "I'm sure
awarded her I Born at Cambridge Springs, Special Meet
t H meet Walker, has been
our goal.
A Mirand director Pa.. she attended public ,
'\Irs! Roberts said fifth National Science Foundation Dr Edwin fi Ji r
of the program, said 117 schools there and received her
scholarship grant
o have contactedthis summer
not been
bachelor of science degree
outstanding high school students
year's drive may mail this one to Roswell college from Pennsylvania State University Called VII
'Ir contributions to her at Memorial Institute at Buffalo, and teachers I By
s'udents and teachers, and She also holds a masters "
I.1 Box 142, Nokomis, Fla. N. Y.Mrs. medical students were selected degree in science which ra+ Ma+
cave them with Mrs. Alice Walker was announcedthis academic ability and she was awarded at Allegheny A special meeting of the Venice -
"mley at the Venice.Nokomis week as one of the recipient on Interest I College in Meadville Little Theatre membership

mk of the 1964 Research scientific A teacher at Venice Junior I The Walkers, who live at 241 lai been called by the president

High for the past three years, San Marco Dr., Venice, have W Seymour Smith for 8 e wE
O-OUUU from two 12 and 14 of p.m. Tuesday at the airport
L.L. Mrs. Walker came here sons years
"HUH't .:: fJl'1,
western Pennsylvania where age, both students at Venice theater building.
I'Zt she taught science in the Junior HighRecipients. The VLT members will be
( I
tTlf. Wattsburg (Pa.) Area High in the Roswell asked to approve a change in
\ School Park program will work on research he charter making it comply
with the requirements of the st, :t
Now in her eighth year of projects in chemistry,
teaching Mrs. Walker last biology, biophysics and medicine Internal Revenue Service fora
attended the University under staff members who non-profit corporation..
oJ California on a similar re are widely known authoritiesin A motion was approved by
the transplant their fields. the board of directors in late
search grant to study
of Internal organs The program for high schoolteachers I I March to amend the charter by
1 Before going into teaching, and students runs adding the required phraseology.

., I ,, she was employed as a medical frm June 30 to Sept 1. _.
SPELLING CHAMPS The se five top spellers at Venice
Junior High School really 1 know: their ABCs They were
I.'t'M Statement Of JudgesGondolier chosen to defend the school's championship trophy won last
year In the first annual count)rwlde spelling bee at Sarasota.
The VJHS defending team in eludes Steve Lee, Mike Dupon
SI and Morton Chiles seated, a nd Laurel Davis and Suzanne

e htf' Peterson, standing.

(.4' !Subscription C I on test
1 1jt *( *

: C Five Venice Junior High students The preliminary contest pitted -
STATEMENT OF JUDGES -IXTH Mrs James E. Blade ......... . 14214500 who know their the five best spellers hi
'k1'1 ,,:L THE GONDOLIER'S $4,500 SUBSCRIPTION CONTESTWe SEVENTH Mrs ifdlph M. Adrian ......... ... 13,232,000 really act gride Others taking partin
nv 1 EIGHTH Mn Robert L. Stephens ........ 9082,400 ABCs will defend the Sarasota the eliminations were Donna
v the undersigned, acting as official judges for The NINTH Mrs. Mildred M. Pedersen ,.. ...... 8511,300 County Spelling Bee champion. Ross and Jan- Hall, ninth

.. GONDOLIER'S $4.500 Subscription Contest, which came toa TENTH Mrs. R. Madge Powers ........ .... 7333200 ship, won by the school last wade; Kare Tlnchler, Susan
i close this the 2nd day of May, 1964. at 1 p.m., hereby certify ELEVENTH Mrs Mary E. Kroupa . ... .... 8202300 year, at the second annual Leinback, Mark Ward and Rebecca .
that we have checked the records and tabulated the votes TWELFTH Mrs. Kenneth Norwood .. ... .. .. 6194100 competition on Friday at Sarasota Hazeltine, eighth grade;
deposited hi the secret ballot box by the various contestants, THIRTEENTH Mrs Dorothy Thompson ..... 6.077.500 Kirk Tischler "harles Be-
and award the prizes as follows: FOURTEENTH Thomas E, Grimm . ..... 5,908.100 nardo Mike Young and Lila
.s, NAME OF CONTESTANT TOTAL VOTES FIFTEENTH Mrs. Viola Wood ., .. .... 5049300SIXTEENTH The top VJHS orthographerswere Jopckel, seventh grade.
FIRST GRAND PRIZE Donald S. Breding .. 22,095,300 Mrs Irene Shockey . .... ... ... 4270400 selected to vie in thisyear's The county championshipwas

($2.482.50 Ford 2-door sedan or net cost) SEVENTH Mrs Marjorie Maurice . ..,... 4.009,400 countywide competitionat won for Venice last year
taaj SECOND PRIZE Mrs. A. C. Traver ............ 20281800( EIGHTEENTH Mrs Calvin Sanborn ..... ... 3505100NINETEENTH an elimination contest by Charles Conp In first place
($500 00 in cash) Mrs. John Krusa .. . .... ..... 3.084.200 among the school's 15 best and Wendy Dillon In third
THIRD PRIZE Mrs. Polly Taylor ... ......... 14955,200 TWENTIETH Mrs Leona McKibben . .... .. 321100 spellers defend theschool' place
r Frigidaire Dish Washer) . 1.082,800 The five who
($259.50 TWENTY FIRST Mrs J. A. Hightower Friday's spelling bee will be
championship trophy,
FOURTH PRIZE Mn Mary Scaglione ....... 14557,800 WINNER OF $50 EXTRA PRIZE Mrs. A. C Traver for the school last by held at the Sarasota Junior '
-- : .- ($209.95 O E. Air Conditioner) (For most money for subscriptions, second period) Charles won Copp end Wendy year Dillon High School auditorium, startIng l'
(Gondolier pbolo N Bolt OboDdort) FIFTH PRIZE (Dist Prize) Mrs. Margaret Paul 18,921,700 WITNESS, our seals and signatures this the 2nd day of are Morton Chiles, Steve at 8 p.m. The program is)

F Johnson' and Richard ($500 U S. Savings Bond or cost) May, 1964 Lee and Suzanne Peterson, all open to the public.
ENIZEN OF THE DEEP Elwyn the "klng-lize" We find that the following contestants have compliedwith Davis In charge of the preliminary 4. "
: here with J. HOWARD VAUGHN, ninth graders; Laurel I't
erl| shown and
both regular weekly reports
of Venice are the contest rules by making
at Boca Grande. It took an eighth grader, and Mike contest at vms was) Mrs Is*.
<* Ish Friday night stated la laid rules W C. PAYNE.
they caught entitled to receive M
hem a half-hour to land the prize catch, which weighed inff' are ad regulations; RAYMOND: W, EDGE Dupon in the Seventh grade. ben Qsborae, English teacher.. ,

340 Ibi, They used live ladyfid for bait",
k 1 )

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. United Voters League t,'Bill Phillips Wins AwardBill company all-expense award presentationto her paid husband ? '

Chartered Venetians ... ...
By of Bill went over the objective by the -_.._-
Phillips, owner
I in the stateThe
.1 highest/ percentage
Phillips Ford Co., has been ALLEN
A brand new area civic organization tion notice, but described by Mustangs, to be presented
named ot the 100 leading
the United Voters Feinsod as one of the key or one to the "top 100," are exact Convalescent
Ford dealers in the United
League, has been granted a ganlzers is Dr. H C. Kauf I replicas of the Indianapolis and
I v r States and will fly to Detroit Nursing Home
charter for incorporation by mann, Venice chiropractor + rte I Speedway car that will
i t r ,rri next week where Henry Ford 24 Has,
Secretary of State Tom Adams start the annual Memorial Day S"1ce
Dr. Kaufmann said the new II will present him with a new Phone Venice
voters' league is composed ol Mustang in recognition of be. race en PONd DI LION ua.tJ1II
Incorporators and subscribers a group of local citizens "band. ing a member of this select Mrs Phillips will again ac-=:===-"-upr iV,
listed by the Secretary of Ing together because we are group -
State's office are Richard H. fed up with the character of Phillips, accompanied by
! Moeller, Casey Key Road, Nokomis some politicians running for Mrs. Phillips, just returned 1IA.GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
; Charles P. (Pres) Bent, public office" from a two-week trip to the
983 Riviera St, Venice; Wally The organization, Dr. Kauf- World's Fair, London and Paris !ji!
Phillips P. O Box 723 Venice Member! Chamber of
mann said, has for some reason as a guest of Ford Motor Commerce
and Aladar Feinsod Sr, Rivi attracted the fancy of the Company after the PhiUlp"I DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
era St., Venice. local citizens And he added firm won a sales Heating and Air
The charter application was" that the movement Is really last January and February.It Conditioning
i filed April 28 by the Venice stesmrolling" was while the couple was Heating & Air Conditioning /Ins Iallan00l|/ ,
law firm of Blair and Dean. According to the UVL spokesman In Europe that the sales staff Gas Ranges Water Heaters ))
Not listed in the incorporaObituary the organization is wellon went over the top In another
its war to an enrollment of objective set by the parent Free Estimates -
:200 members whose Identity, company. No Job Too Big or Too Small
he "'Id. will not be disclosedto e Billed as the "checkered 263 Se Trail, Venice Ph. <488.2271]
the news media flag' contest, goals were set<
I EDWARD J. MADILL The only persons whose I among the more than 8XX(
Edward J. Madill, 87, of Pine names will be publicized, Dr. Ford dealers In America and
Cone Lane, Nokomis, died Frl- Kaufmann declared, will be 20() i the Phillips' sales personnel
doy at the home of a friend elected to serve on the boardof I
with whom he was visiting on I trustees I kf BUILDING PACE
Casey Key. Purpose of the organization, If
A retired banker, he came according; to the charter application ,rL..K (Continued from pare 1)
here seven years ago from Wa- will be "to assist individuals Dr B. E. Ward, residence,
tertown N Y, He was a nativeof who are interested in .
active in for au [ t1 jt.pe v. $14000
becoming politics -- -
Ogdensburg, N. Y. I Paul E. Cockrill, residence,
Mr. Madill was an Episcopalian the first time." $1-MILLION CONDOMINIUM and resi- ;; ;t"hlch was presented by developer C. E. .
a member of the Bath Dr. Kaufmann sold this 1- development at South Sorrento Shores, Pitta to the County Planning Commission $11000Bud Lawrence, add second
Club and Venice Yacht Club. means that the United Voters miles north of Venice, Is shown in this Thursday: night for a change in zoning. I floor, $3,500Sebarco: AIRcoi
League will attempt to assistits
Survivors include his widow. service station .
Mrs Katharine Madill, four members to vote intelligently I ,
children, a sister and 12 grandchildren br conducting research into $1'-MiIlion Condominium I Sarasota$20 'County Board of
the background and qualifications Public Instruction, school I
Services will be conducted of candidates for public
maintenance building $20,000
today at 10 aim at Farley Fun. office Kenny Norwood, office and
eral Home Chapel with The He said the organization has
Pcv Donis Dean Patterson, yet to hold its first meetingand Planned At South Sorrento warehouse Chester A., 6000.Mayer, residence,
pastor of St Mark's Episcopal that no definite date for .
such meeting has been aet.I' .
Church, officiating a and Mrs William Horton .
Tentative plans for l-rrul- Venice the north,
a to and before addition to residence,
ion, 96-unit condominium a long we expect to be rightin $2900K .
partment project and residential the middle of town" All Sports and R Construction Co,
development at South Sor- The single.family residentialarea residence, $12,000.E. .
rento Shores have been announced will be developed at a'' Fete SetThe L. Kilton, addition to residence
by C. E. Pitts, Venice -
rHOMES'" area developer. cost of $250.000, he said, while 3900. whole house
the condominium cost will total your
first annual All Sports
The County Planning Com
Banquet, honoring membersand
mission Thursday night discussed VOLKSWAGENSUNROOF <
r Included In the proposed new roaches of varsity athletic
month Pitts' request for a development complex will be a teams at Venice High School, : with -.-- ittemp.t
$30 change in three zoning classifications. -
per The developer asked putting green and a "pitchand.putt" will be held at the school cafeteria I 1955 $695 I 1 _.
that the zoning districts be course The condominium on May 28 at 7 pm.
: NET RETURN ON changed from recreation and apartments will comprise Sponsored by the Venice Ph. <488.1491ATTENTIONI than the
T for Iw.
residential estates to single- eight buildings of 12 units each, Lions Club, the affair is opento
family residential and general according to present plans the public The athletes, and
$2,000.00INVESTMENT built around a circular drive the coaches snd their wives
business. with a recreation area in the will be special guests of the i cost of room unit
Pits appeared before the center. Lions Club.
: IN A NEW planning board to explain his The residential Tickets are $3 by donationand Bride To Be
plans for development of the are now on sale by members WEDDINGSOur
IMPROVED PROPERTY I area fronting on U.S. 41, just be bounded on two sides of the sponsoring club.
70 foot seawalled tideway
'south of Sorrento Shores.The by ter a canal- with boat slips and All members of the football, SpecialityCall AIRITE ENGINEERING ING,

I developer said he hopes terminating in a large boat basketball, baseball, track and Th.
FOR DETAILS, SEE to start construction on the new basin. Pitts said boats as largeas golf teams will be introducedand ITALIAN VILLA Air
will be Heating Conditioning
project by September. Plans 40 feet will be able to navigate special recognition
for development of the 32-acre: given to those who made all- Home of Fine Italian Food
the canal.
that area of
: tract Include high caliber county, all-conference or all- Sales. Service Engineering
f. Realtor a .
CHIPS JOHNSON, I residential area, marIna and a Pitts' request was taken under state honors along with those DICK STYERS
sac Bate Av, Venice Ph. 48MJ7J
small shop area to be located study by the planningboard who were selected by their 488X474< < 488-3497<
1 BRANCH OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488-1695 across a dual-lane parkway which indicated it would teammates as "the moat valu
from a proposed shopping center vote next Thursday: on the proposed able" to his team.
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changes for recommendation --
306 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE <488.2241 Said Pitta, 'We expect Sarasota to the county commission '

to grow to the south and' I'

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Drastic Reductions On I II iT:1= BARGAINS VALUES! T. j

\' Many Grocery Produce and Meat Items i iIi ------


I Thru 16th Dorothy Gray Hot Weather I I THE PROM IS FRIDAY Ii
Saturday May I have
]: SPLASH COLOGNE . II II $1 l i we
I FORMAL WEAR RENTALS $12.50 compl.1t
Venice 488-4776 Medical Center I IBitMiraaB
231 W. Ave. Bio* /88.1610
225 W. Venice Ava.
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Set Rings
Wedding Rlnqi Diamonds Stone
Sato' Service Supplies We Repair All M.... Watches Silverware Jewelry
I I Stuart Merriek, Owner j Watch and Jeweler Repair 4ettW|
235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 W. Venice Ave.
Please Redeem All Register Tapes Before Sat., May 16th ttxa oMKHMmiiaHiiaiifaM! ..wux jtiutMsuamja-Kfuaea. """" -

i t-1. 1 PAINT SALE Q

and Mrs. C. J. Muse CLOSE-OUT OF CERTAIN INTERIOR COLORS Today and Tomorrow Tenant, May II
Gal. reg. $5.10-13.25 Ot. reg. 1.95-$1.25 I. IN NEW YORK"with I
Jane Fond end! iterrin John W.III'
1 I 213 W. Venice Ave. .'Ii. 488-4909 Cliff Robertson _
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.1: : Thank You For Your Past Patronage Welcome/ To JIM WRIGHT'S


248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457 121 W. Venice Ave 4al-3OtO
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1 Open 'Til 10 p.m. Typewriter, Adding Machines (Mechanically OplI'sld
Gur.nM BwlM .ft ill mmkm TV. RADIO mt HI-Ft 'J "
Store Closed Sunday, May 17th W. fin V MUSIC IV to >M frM&vhlto APPLIANCE?..lrbI. rrara.ALPHA ""........ Chemically CleanedJust $12.50 Plus Parts If Rsqul

211 J W. Venice Ave, 481.6113
488.2618 311 Venice Ave. W. ,
For Inventory And Extensive Remodeling Jh.-< --- ....,. .:.- ---


j ; i U Best Quality Processing in The Area FASHION FABRICS
g Watch For Grand LINE OF"

,I 323 W. Venice Ave. Ph. <4882421 124 W. Vents Ave. 481-3103 a..d"a

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MAY II, 1964
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Overbrook GardensBy Zoning, Mobile Park School- Patrol ABOUT ENGLEWOOD

Overbrook Garden Assn.MARY of.E.They KROUPA are Mrs. John Reese and Fees Given StudyRecommendations Outing Is Set 1 l Banging It Outwith I

(leers and director met at the daughter Mla Barbara from

home of Mr. and Mr. A. J. I Valley Stream, Long Island, I from the\ lar meeting tomorrow Pat Bang
Masin at 1425 St. Clair Rd. last and Mr. Mildred Pettit! from ZonIng Board of Adjustment Council also I I' expected to For ThursdayThe
Monday night for their regular Brooklyn, N. Y. and on occupational license fee set the occupational license fee Mr. and Mrs. David Alaton Mr. and Mrs T. Schruder of Mrs. E. H. Ralche of Lemon
meeting. Mr. M. T. for mobile home down In February Bay Drive gave a luncheon at
burners park were for mobile home parka inside 18th annual of the From Fenandina Beach cameto Cape Haze came
Bohon; : president, wa---r; discussed by city Council at the city limits after hearing Venice School Patrol outing U ached- visit her mother and dad to their new home in her home last week. Her guests

charge. GroveCity an unannounced informal meet- recommendations from Direr uled for Thursday, beginningwith Mr. and Mrs Fred Eccles, on Cape Haze They had rented a were Mr. George Rich, Mrs.
Mr*. Laurence Codner, chair mg last week week in the City tor of Public Works Guy Cur- parade at 8:45: a.m. Mango Street The grandmother duplex the year before on Man- C Allen, Mrs. E. Huth Mrs
pan of the Park Improvement Hall council chamber wood at the next regular meet. from the Venice Elementary Mrs. Evans, brought young seta Key and before that they H. Mann Mr. F. Jansen, Mrs.H. .

committee, reported Mr. Dick City official said the meeting Ing.No School to the downtown business David over to us, he is four lived in Arcadia for several Merrill, Mrs. William Webb,
Fletcher of General T.lephoneIn was changed from Tuesday such category has previously district. months old and fat a* butter. years. We met them SundayFor Mrs. John Kimball, Mrs. Wil-
called and Said to far interested in the first time and had a !lIam Hart, Mrs. E. Cheney,
Venice by Monday last week to avoid existed since the city J. Leighton (Count) Corn- He was more!
the last of September or first conflict with Election Day ac. code was amended only recently well, a longtime sponsor of the Tina than us. But we loved delightful visit. Mrs Omar Gibbs and Mrs. William

of October they hope to have iSOcsble ... Reporters for areanewspapers to allow mobile home park annual! outings, along with the having him here. -0- Troendle. .

line in. He added that Gleanings were not notifiedof Inside the city Venice Police Dept., IBid May.or "Take a good look at a $10 -o-
1 1985, we should have the change until after the The request for an occupational I Heard from Mr and
by Jan. Smyth D. Brohard has proclaimed Mr. John Hall from Lake bill, perhaps. with a magnifying arrived
complete service and no moM! By LOIS ALSTON meeting license to operate a mObile May 14 ai "School Patrol Park, on the East Coast, drovein glass. You will\ find the Harold Philco. They safe and 2
home in Connecticut
eight-party lines. We owe a lot Sp/4 Principal discussion at the home park came from Day." and surprised the A. M. flag flying over the. U. S.
Enrique however
to Mrs. Codner be. Hubert Jr., ion Frank Walther who will soon sound. They were sorry,
of thanks of Mr. and Mrs. afternoon lesaion was Following the parade which Hall on Washington Street, Treasury Building is upside vacation
Rick to leave their
It 1 Is through her efforts Hubert said to revolve around the open Colonial Manor Mobile and fire Is fromReader' ,
cause Lake will include the police last night. He will stay with down! That a quote
will get better service. We Drive Pine Cove, In a recent ZBA's Park Just Inside the east city passed far too quickly.]
118 letter to his recommendation that atoning departments and area dignitaries them a while Digest, March 1964
happy t> have some one folk mentioned change asked limit The property, which Patrol from out the -
ire that he by Dr. the School -oWe Quick ss a flash we got
Mrs. Codner who never was leaving the 14th Edward H. Wyman be denied. originally was situated outside and Epiphany I It's true. Had a telephone call from
like oi this I Venice Elementary arc giving you some glass and sure enough
month reached
on TOY to Kalseralautern They w,
the limits, annexed the Hueglas.
city was
slope trying to Improve our Dr. Wyman had petlttonedcouncil Catholic School will be news of Englewood people
toward Germany, to bowl for In some months ago at Walther'srequest Gulf Theater home In Michigan safely, too,
Community progresso in a change the the guests! of the through lone distance. Called
the 7th Miss Bessie Rasmussen ride.
Army Ail-Star Tour- and an appropriatezoning but tired from long
zoning of Block 103 from Real-
for hour-long Hamblin
an and
management Mr. Mrs. James
nament."Rickey". her annual I luncheon and beach Know their friends. down
ordinance many
*. M T. Bohon of 1953 dence 1 to Residence a to permit adopted by cartoon show in Francisvllle, Tnd. They got
Hubert ha been Council. party at her beach home Hergue.1a in the Park will be glad to
Talrview Drive Is vlsititu construction of professional After the movie, buses will home safely Their children
stationed Mrs. Jessie well.
in : were: know home and
friends In Washington, D. C. Germany smceJanuary offices, not containing living' pick up the youngster and had planted all torts of flowers I Blakeman Mr Ore L. Macintosh they are
1982 -0-
and Is
She will be gone for a few repairman on Nike serving Missiles.asa quarter New Air Service take them, to Lake Venice Club for them and it was a nice Mrs. F. Srhweter, Mrs. Mrs Florence Hughes of Pelican .
neeks.' Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Council at a previous regular for a picnic lunch and an out- welcome. It was 84 degrees
He will come home this June Ethyle!: Gould, Mrs Ruth Ba- Shores Rave a luncheon at
Are former resident of Wash. II his three years enlistment Is meeting referred Dr. Wyman'l Reins OrganizedBy ins; on the beach. there to our 78 when we tailed. buct, Mr. F. Gallaway from the Driftwood Inn. Her guests!

ington. completed. He also mentionedthat request to the ZBA for recommendation Cornwall said the Venice Ele. It just isn't fair) Playmore, Mr*. Marlon Sanger were Mrs. Otis Sawn, Mrs. P.Wagner .
In Area TrioMore mentary School Patrol ia the Called LOla Wallace In Pennsylvania
Stine Mrs. Alma
Mr F.
he Is bringing home 11 Mr, James O'Brlan,
Mr. and Mr*. Ray Harris oi bowling trophies of the request, the board oldest organized unit in Sara last night. The weather Blanton. Mrs. A. A. Thompson Mrs. William! Johman Mrs. R.
Neptune Drive and their guenti -0- held that rezoning of the block, and greater emphasison tota County has been fair and she had Mrs. D. McLauchlan, a Davies, Mrs. H. Milder Mr.
Mr. and Mr*. Herman Kolk- New summer schedule! hours fronting Nokomis Avenue, Just activities at the Venice Air- been able to work a little In the cousin of Bessie' who now Ann Fry, Mrs William Schroder.
!meier of Ft. Thomas, Ky. went into effect last Wednesday west of the Venice Hopital port was pointed up last week Social Security garden and she feels fine. live at Cape Haze also Mrs. S. Logan Mrs. B. Lip-
drove to Sanibel Island last at property, would constitute "the with the announcement of a Harry Hall and his wife and -0- sett. Mrs. Ed. Evans, Mrs. K.
Tuesday. They enjoyed having fire Hours our Grove for City Post Of. equivalent of spot> zoning," according new air service firm being organized daughter, Thelma Renshaw, The Rlchcreeks who spent Hoffmann Miss Beth Edmon-
look-see and having(; taken stamp sales to ZBA chairman Dan' by three Nokomis residents. Hours ChangedWarren arrived in Green, N. Y., and
I money orders register and the winter here In the home of eon, Mrs Blanche Dolbee, Mrs. (
lunch with them they decided B. Granger We didn't even!' know they had y
their parcel Tittle. Social Security Mr. Bruell'i on McCall Road Grace MacLnchlan. From the
post will be from 8:30: )
Heading the due to the fact the Hall
to upend the day. The zoning board, however, new the gone home in Driftwood went ti>
a m. to 3:00: p.m. daily, including representative from have returned to their they on
Aero Marine is still in the carport
-o Saturdsvs.: There has !been recommended: that council: Initiate DevelopmentCorp. Sarasftta District 6ffice, has car Conneaut, Ohio. When they Mrs. HUllh,,' home and spent
Officer of the Holy Name a general curtailment of postal rezoning of the entire as president is Stanley announced a change in the -0- come back next fall they will the rest of the afternoon playIng .
Society of St. Raphael' Catholic services throughout the nation area, Including Block 103, from Lavins, who sought permission hours of his weekly visits to The Baker who rented the go into their own home. card Three tables of
Church will be Installed at ss a measure r>f economy In R-l to R-3. Said the board: I from the City Council earlier Venice house on the comer of Mango -oWe bridge and one of Bolivia.
R5'! ,. Monsignor George W. -0. shopping centers and the expansion firm at the Venice Airport. to persons having Social us. So surprised to see It closed come up to see ue which he Johanna Philips wants to
Gumming officiating. A tenth birthday party for of the hospital have Other principal In the Incorporation Security questions or problemsevery this morning when we walked did, and we had some refreshment thank Mrs Evelyne Hall for
-oWe Reba Rose Downing, of 10 materially altered conditions In which currently is Wednesday from t ..m. down to see Ann Sommer.man. and a nice talk. Peggy taking over the Job of baby sitting
are happy to have Mr. Downing St., wa* held last this general area. We are also pending of approval by the Robert Secretary until 12 noon at the Venice City couldn't make it. Ron staved last week at Mrs. Amall's.
mil Mr. Bailey Jones who Tuesday at Duffy's Landing aware of the fact that numerous are and Hall. The D o'clock starting -- a* long a* he could he had a Johanna I.I now completely recovered
Hennessy vice
moved into their new home with Reba' aunt Miss Ethel individual in areas bordering president, time Is an hour earlier than business appointment later at from the ear Infectionand
Janet to learn the
Hennessy, secretary.Said So glad Navy
on St. Clair the business of 10 but did have returns to the Job tomorrow -
last Saturday Downing and Mrs. David Lewis on present the previous hour a.m. the house, we
Lavins in a letter to the has given the Cape Haze Ma.
Road. We welcome them to be a* hostesses. There district have Inquired from until noon. time to chat a while.
time City Council: "We Intend to develop rine Laboratory a grant of
resident of Overbrook Gar. to time as to the rezoning
birthday cakes \ice
games, student training in this 8,560 for a three-year study of
font They formerly lived at cream and cold drinks. of a variety of properties."For area, to build a commercial the biology of sharks. When we
90 Beverly Circle In Engle- Beside the guest of honor, this reason," the. aviation service sallie of aircraft Bridge Scores I I"rlh first came here over nine years YOU CAN SAVE Q WAYS

"wood. Our wishes of good luck there were present Terry Williams board' recommendation continued and all other items that ""' '''.. ApoII an1. 1 ... ago now, a trip down to the
end happiness are extended tothf'Tl Pamela Greer, Wendy "we suggest that the would pertain to the successful NOllr".snUTR I. I. Lab was a must. There were On Auto Insurance
\. Nielsen. Gary Collins, Ike and City Council initiate and hold operation of an aviation serv I.-N.ewmr4' 1II'101. Fo.d.M j. and Ms two attractions. One, Mrs. Eugenia RATES
I 1. NEW
-0- Betty Noble. Kathryn Alston, public hearings' on the suggested lee. '- RC'1.... fu1.s u/ Mrs 1. y. Clark, the other the pet

Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hnen. Steve Inskl Dennis Nobles, Joe change The alternate Lavins said the firm ha its s-Pitt..........F'tln.,,. 574 Morton. anMn.. I. W. pelican. He would greet you at 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS AGENT SERVICE
camp from Bridge Street. Mrs. Watson, Geraldine and Joe recommendation Include: "own first aircraft and hope KltrS.ll. .1H.EASTWEST the car, march down the walk 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT

Penny Umbach from Englewood Downing Rezoning from R-1 to R-S, of expansion that will reflecton t-Adr..od 101... a. e. R..tsa. II.I with you to the tank, then
and Mrs. Gretchen Par -- Lots 14 24 In Block 80; Lots the economy of the area and i '- ... I. M. MorM ad Cal! VlnrntMnoa nudge you to get in close. Hone

tnof Bradenton visited From the Mercer brothers, T 25 In Block 84: all of Block give additional service to the M14,.. ...'" T.ed.as nt MluSarak didn't move for him one I
H-Mrs. "
friend Mr. and Mrs. Raymond -I George C., of Georgia Street, 88 and 101 and Lots 8 10 in community; ." ,, .. S Iggnota at Punta Cord and Andrew Frier son, of 11th Block 104-A. The board further The new Aero-Marine company I t- --Mra. R. ;. wllBM. and Ml... and one moved. They had clipped AGENCY ,,
55 Vi
Heights last Saturday After Street, one can learn the Interesting recommended that Lots 11 president said he holdsan add.Mark.. oven SniK. Aprtl. ,.*. TiM a... his wings he could get into Venice Avenue I
arriving at the Iggnot they all story of Mercerized Cot. : 24 In Block 88 and Lot 14.28 instructors license in both 1-1-Cot.. VlnfTOt. Dl......aM B..r> the water whenever he wanted 116 W.
..... 55.4
went to Hot Spring below Pun. ton.Their in Block 87 be rezoned from land end sea aircraft and hopes I \.,-101...a4.ed..s C. F. IliVant' and Mi.. to but not go far away. One I Tel.phon488.2289 \J

ta Gorda. Kitty (Mrs. Hogen- father, George c< G.
rump) said the water is very burn Mercer, born In Earlston The Council I I. expected to !multi-engine amphibious aircraft -*"J. offered a reward for him, but
salty, she even got salt in her Scotland, came at 17 to Lodi, take action on the reeom- operation to other area /-V.:: Carter Hurt.. sad a.... 1. H. never Rot him back,

eyebrows (Now this 1 Is salty). N. J., where he was one of the I mendatlons at the next regu- pilots. 10111'..'"."....I.("'4.w. .h.. A.II I.... I a...
After' a swim they then decided first to introduce Mercerizing I Lavins' request for a base of "'ORT'Il.IIOVTR
... (;0_ R._ ..d 6.s..
to fro see the flower farm process on cotton piece goods Name operations st the Venice Airport I. H. MllUr, 1m."
Here they have all color of in the U.S.A. Lawyers was referred to Councilman a-a5... C. X. Strait mj Leo

glade and mum which are a Andrew explained to u* that Area OfficersJulian Ralph Anderson a* the l-Mrm.Fw ,T.M.B. Riehm.a 101....
beautiful sight to see. They returned "Original cotton fibre I I. ribbon ; city' airport director. Lavins W.ltl Mortem, litFAVT.WKST _

Saturday evening. like, but in Mercerizing the D. Clarkson of Fort said Wednesday that Andersontold I_I. G. !.vtlM': < and Atonw Ftif /<.
-0- ribbon 1 Ie treated to make it Myers, and John C. Pinkerton him council suggested t-Mm. Klauior: RrlaecMUiM and Mra.M .
Recent of Mr. and swell he laid "and turn Into of Sarasota began new terms temporary use of the Civil Air ... Rum. a1.....
guests ,
....101... Muir I......... .... M.. I.
Mrs. James Rea of 840 Bay a round shape. This reflects on the Board of Governor of Patrol ready room at a small W. Klrob.ll. rev.
1 Shore Road were Mr. and Mrs. light to give it that .ilkylonk." The Florida Bar, statewide or- monthly rental on permission ItrMr SI OUTR.M.. Mtf III, t f...

Leslie Altmann from Miami Their' was a family business ganizatlon of lawyer and Judges from the CAP squadron com- I-NORT'Il-Ml. garth rtm, mat "... t. I. wi
Beach They former resident with both boy in It until Saturday mender ,..... tm.tMr. .
were sale an4 101... W. R T_"_.. S.
of Washington, D. C. 1933 when synthetic fibre, Both were recently reelected The company president l_Mra. Mar B.i-rai and Mrs ElaaaorHefaeeHluna
-o- rayon and the like, put Her without opposition to represent he was almost certain he could IT....

Mr. and Mrs. Joe'oh' Rob-- cerizing out. the lawyer of Lee, Sarasota receive the necessary permission 1-F.AST-WEST"", W. ('..1 our sad Mn W.
bin of 1M7 Fslrview Drive entertained Then George went to Oneonla Manatee, Hendry, Glades from the CAP commanderon \trr, (414lMra.
the Monthly Dinner N .Y.. to go Into chicken Collier, Charlotte and DeSoto the latter's return from Bhamr.. U 10.I M.. Carlock and T. M. i

Club of friends and neighbor farming on a large scale. Andrew counties on the Bar' governing Chicago where he is attendinga -Mra. C. It. "". "It.,. and Mr*. H 1.e.ohnle.m. .
at their home last Thursday attended Lafayette College board. convention. SI.Mt -

evening Those present were and from there went to

Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh, Pawtucket, R. I., to work 15 _
Mr and Mr, Frank Noble, years In a dyeing! and finishIng .
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gospeter laces plant. Finally he had r

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bennett, his own lace factory where
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Masin, Mr. each dye pot cost $8,000.
and" Mrs. Horace Krider, Mr. Both brothers are now retire
and Mrs. M. T, Bohon. Mr. and ed and enjoying life in Grove
Mrs. Howard VanHern, Mrs City. Mr*. George (Leolyn)
Hugo Fischer and M 1', Fred Mercer is our Charlotte Libra

Cromwell Mrs. Noble Mrs. rian. 1
Bennett and Mrs. Masin are --
relatives of Mrs. Bobbins. After the earthquake In Alaska -

Everyone enjoyed the delictxa :Mr. and Mrs. George Som-
meal served by the hoew *- merman stopped by to tell us

Mrs. ,Joseph Robbins that their daughter, Dr. Rath- A
-a- erine, was safe though her laboratory HOUSE
was badly damaged.In
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hogen- FSo
ramp recently journeyed to the the first quake she escaped
OcaJ! National Park on an from the building to an open HUNTING declaration
overnight camflnn' trip. For field. The building was cracked -
entertainment while there they and the equipment thrown

enjoyed Being moles' watched off the shelves and wrecked. I
and went swimming During the second quake the
square dancing about
that she big cars
in the crystal) clear lake- shake was eo sever
could not stand up to walk.
Bernnardt Dr. Sommerman Is U MAST iWJ.F3M
Mr Charles
and Mrs. black
on Overbrook Road are working on prevalent Donra. sror nr ANA mvoimuoi 8saving
and mosquitoes, pests of
happily entertaining a* hou e- flies
Alaska, as head of the U.S. W 1'0. s1 un'1II
guests thl week Mrs. Bern-
liardf two listen and niece. Bureau of Entomology there. muNcmo.tTMOtrO .
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THE Ann Lord Goes Places


1J r4lON SPEAK Too Late To ClassifyBy

RUSSELL KAYI writing for the paper. lie could glad to give her an "E" fat
not find her name on the pay- effort. But women! wield
To The Editor! ed in so many ways for two had entirely forgotten the roll and inquired as to how influence In politics than more
MEMBER! or THE ASSOCIATED PtrgJ but reminded ina they
A Stranger came to Venice, months letter I received from a much she was being paid. are sometimes given credit toe
Tea A..latood Pre. II .1..1..1, ..Uti' to to pooblk.no.' 01 .11 .... dl.p.t.h..wnNd bN for help from your Dr. Hartman MRS. A. C. Traver, lady who came to me From then on she receiveda and the day may come when'
o not orb_'". ....11001 I. thla ._, an. .'" hoot. noon publ........ boost. AU "ahle of .....bllaaU... a urologist also a Stranger Venice young seeking advice on check for every item she we will\ see many more wars"
ot ....... .II.IA'II. u..bo .-... 13 year ago holding office In
to him. The Stranger was writer. submitted and was listed as a both parch
'"'" .n rod boot. .1t..lna ...trot of tail .n.p.e N .rprlgbt.d rod Ita tepbil-tke. II spt..sl To The Editor; how to become a and on both the
bed in the Venice member of the at aft. After 10 state and
IF t"rbtddoo pops bp ..1""" pennloo.. assigned a I suppose I should have told nat
Hospital where Strangers attended We purchased a new homein her to take a course in journal'] years with The Tribune she ional level and the nation will
Pobil.b.d. Ennr !linn.., u4 Tb....., Fro" I1M4 R. Mrnml. Anmio him. The care wee East Gate while we were on Ism at one of our universities took a leave of absence to be a lot better off when they
Pnt.d A. Bond CI.M MMUr At Port Office .S VmlM. Florid wonderful, the operation so fara vacation for a month a few but I didn't It seems I told her handle public relations for the do. .
success and all the staff at* weeks ago with the intentionof to beg, borrow or steal a type local Women's Republican Club Campaigning as it .Is pea
EDWARD D. BALL ...................... ... .... ......... Editor and Publisher Venice Hospital are to be commended moving down there when my writer, find herself a quiet holein and became enthusiastic in the iced today is distasteful to the

,j COURTNEY WILLIS ... ... ... ............ .... .. .. Advertising Manager on their very excel husband can retire from the the wall\ and then write on a program to make Florida a Intelligent\ woman and the no.
lent care and thoughtfulnessgiven steel nulls here in Gary. That two-party( state. She was then litical arena needs
SAM DILLON .. .......................... ...... News and Newsphoto Editor to those entered there. is still four and a half years and subject keep she writing was familiar and writing with selected as public relations director housecleaning if women a thorough art to

I ROGER KILBY ....... .... ........................ Mechanical Superintendent The attending surgeon shouldbe away.In until she could talk on paper for the state organization seriously] participate But I
very proud of such a reli- the meantime I would like as easily and comfortably as in and has just been appointed believe the day will\ come when.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5,25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 able staff and all Venice should to subscribe to the GONDO verbal conversation : national news chairman of the average voter becomes n
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, J4,25 be doubly proud of Its fine hoe- LIER. The lady's name was Ann the 12th annual Republican fed up with the way the men
pital. We think Venice is the nicest Women's Conference to be held are running things
months three win
per six $3 per months. Lord and she located in Venice
FRED POWELL, town in the world and in the 10 Florida where in Washington, D. C. this vote for women in self defense
-- -- --------- ------- --- _
830 Sunset Lane, years we have been going down she rented a month. Florida women have beeiiactive
Port Charlotte.To there for vacations we can see typewriter and The Florida Federation of and given leadership to
Needed To Win: More Votes the tremendous progress made began writing Republican Women has long the National Republican C0mmittee -
The Editors: each year.Everyone. about happen been active in promoting a two. and Florida was trail
I want to thank all those whogave' is so friendly! and system in Florida, and represented at the Women't
f After party
Harry Truman pulled his surprise A parallel case is that of the late Senator ings In her com-
me subscriptions and the Venice people all have gone their number and influence Is Republican Conference.
defeat of Thomas E. in the Estes Kefauver of Tennessee. munity. She
Dewey coupons In The GONDOLIER out of their way to make our sent her storiesto steadily growing. Ann Lord's typewriter will
1948 presidential Earl Warren. Content I worked hard to stays pleasant. To all\ these
campaign, like High, Kefauver was a liberal froma very the Tampa Keynote speaker at the be kept busy from now on and
held a post-mortem news conference. win the car but am certainly people who have been so kindto Tribune Some Washington powwow will be I know she will do a good Job
conservative and largely rural state. happy to have come in second. us on our vacations, and to Senator Margaret Chase Smithof for the cause she
were used, oth- serves I
Warren, then governor of California, Kafauver got his main support from the Without their help and the extension those who helped in furnishingour era weren't. Maine, the first woman to don't take any credit for Ann's
was the vice-pretidentlal candidate on the urban Chattanooga subscriptions the last house and in so many other Then one day seek the nomination for Presi success I don't think my id.
centers Memphis, ,
team with Dewey, which had been figuredin week I couldn't have done so. ways, special thanks Ann Lord the Tribunestate dent. vice had much to do with K
forecasts to win Knoxville, Nashville, Oak Ridge where Thank you all and a special MRS. DANIEL FUSILLO editor called her with a Personally I don't think Mrs. other than impress on her the
pre-election Igandily.
the liberal, the organized labor and the thank you to my husband, 1120 Lane Street special assignment. He asked Smith has much chance of getting importance of keeping everlastingly
At the news conference questions were Negro vote is concentrated. mother and grandson who help Gary, Ind. her how long she had beenCLARENCE the nomination but I am at it.
being fire at Warren on the whys and

wherefores of the Republican loss. High did the same thing in Florida that r

One syndicated Washington columnist Kefauver did in Tennessee He beamedhis r Citrus Is From

the second-guessing kind known in the campaign at such metropolitan areasas

trade as trained seals posed a long Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville

and Involved question at to what the and Pensacola and it paid off. i / ptrsmt toj-j]tenon Some Place Else

Republicans might do to win next time. At that, he carried only one of the

Without batting an eye, Warren shot state's 67 counties, his home county of Just Like YouFlorida

back: "Get more vot.d"! Dade (Miami), Yet he outdistanced four By The RET. MILES DcPAGTER, Pastor
Ever since last Tuesday the authon of rivals and garnered 204,853 votes to st- can't claim any of

fhink-pieces have been assaulting their Burn 302457. Grace Methodist Church of Venice its major citrus fruits as being
native to its soils, according
typewriters with .ft.r-+I1.fact explanation Unless conservatives and middle-readers to Dr. H. S. Wolfe, Uni-
of Robert King High's surprise show- versity of Florida professor of
in the small and medium-size counties
ing in the Florida governor's race, and of The Necessity of Faith onstrate or prove it, they only I horticulture.Our .
wake to the current facts politicallife
what to do to beat him in the runoff.For up The best definition of faith is have faith that what has hap- A popular fruits such as
what it's worth, we'd like to add they're going to find themselves the one that is found in the pened many times before is going 14 tf h oranges tangerines and kumquats -
governed by a starry-eyed liberal from New Testament in the first to happen again. r originated in China and
cor two-tits worth. verse of chapter twelve of the This is true in all\ the areas lived there and in Japan for
Surprising as it was, there wasnt too Miami. book of Hebrews This verse of of our living. The scientist has many centuries before coming S Sr I
much mystery in High's second place win As Warren so succinctly put it, all scripture says: "Faith is the to act on faith. The great scientific to the Sunshine State. Dr
KIRCHWAY Wplfe says that key limes WILLIAM E. STOCKSLAGEB
substance of things hoped for, discoveries have been
which gave him the right to battle it out Bums has to do to win is to get the most the evidence of things not made possible because the scientists Clarence Kirchway of Ven- were native to India and were Goes

with Haydon Burns, the top runner, on votes. But his going to have to beat the seen" There are persons who have acted on things ice Gardens is the new command planted in the West Indies by Stockslager
May" 26. bushes in the right places.How's would say, "the writer of Hebrews they cannot prove. -r of No-Vel( Post 159. the Spanish before 1500. The To Naval Academy
was a religious man andif Our social life is built on American Legion He was Persian or Tahiti lime was William E. Stockslager, 19,
anyone could give a good faith When one is invited to elected at the post's meeting bred in California. son of Mrs H. F Stockslager
I That Again DepartmentJust definition of faith surely] a man have dinner in the home of a ]last Tuesday and will be Installed However, the grapefruit has of Donna Drive Nokomis, hat
whose primary interest is religion friend, he accepts the invita with other officers never existed in the wild but been accepted by the U.S. Na.
before last week's election/ newspapers Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson of West Palm \ would be able to do so, tion with complete confidencethat June 16.PreSchool. grew spontaneously with other val Academy for the :%MS
because faith is somethingthat there will be no poison in citrus friuts under cultivationin class, beginning in September.
and other news media throughout Beach. pertains to religion." the food that will endanger his Meet the West Indies a couple of A Venice High School 1961
toe state received I sales pitch from "The "The other three Democratic candidateswere Many people need to be reminded life. No one can prove beyond hundred years ago. graduate, he entered the Navy
Florida Institute of Public Opinion," P. led by Senator John E. Mathews of that faith is not something a shadow of a doubt that his At Nokomis Set that year and currently is at-
that can be confined to best friend is not telling lies three
dated wordsIn tending the Navy Preparatory
Duval who polled 10 cent, while Nokomis School will hold Its
Florida. ,
Box Ocala per
O. 66
religion Faith has a large on him. No woman can prove our everyday vocabularythat School in Bainbridge, Md He
Mayor Robert King High showed a distant place in every part of man's that her husband is being faithful annual pre-school .roundup on have never been supplanted will graduate Friday and after
"During the four weeks at according
past Thursday 1:15: p m -
our -
life earth. ] to her. We have to live by
and Beach Legislator on there
eight per cent, Daytona to Mrs Elinor Eklund, simply because they leave will again report
has conducted a survey over Fred Karl trailed with six cent. We have Just gone through faith in everything we say and principal. haven't been improved upon for a summer tour of duty one
the of per another tourist season here in do. Faith Is a necessary ingredient '
\ state Florida to determine the vot- Parents of ] 'necking, 'golddigger 'honey sailing vessel before reporting
pre-schoolers are
slim lead in Dade "
"High has only a our beautiful "Sunshine State. to all\ areas of life. for the fall session at the
Herb Caen in Los
er sentiment on the more political asked to meet in Room 2 (Mri.Kiesbng' moon -
County and the apparent support of Most of our tourists and winter Faith is necessary in enabling Times Academy.
classroom The future
races, the letter to the burdens of )
began. residents have returned to their us bear
throughout the state. V/. do not children
Negroes first-graders (
homes in the north. In a very life. There is a story about a
organization is new to the state make him who will be six years old on or
feel, that! this will be enough to
short time the people of our man who was putting a new
of Florida and to introduce you to our (High) even a dark horse eond'idatt." community, who own hotels, roof on his house. He laid a before January 1, 1965)) will EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
this first
services, we are furnishing this informa motels, cottages, and apart- ladder on the old roof and have a chance to visit
(Emphasis ours.) grade classroom. EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
ments will begin to paint, repair there were spikes attached underneath -
tion to you at no charge. In the future, Children will be served refreshments -
missed on
it by a country and renovate their buildings the ladder. The young TRADITIONAL
we intend to sample public sentiment on its first effort in this state, it looks like so that they will be readyto lad, who was his helper, was in the cafeteria,
all controversial issues and receive the tourists when very hesitant about steppingon and Mrs. Gregory will hold a Let us style your favorite vase
as they occur the Florida Institute of Public Opinion "Hour"' in School Library
the beairKM ( .
"Story of ceramic Into lamps.KwrM
they return again next winter. the ladder The old gentleman
this information will be available to all might well be out of business before it and said ahead for next year's first- t
In' their efforts to prepare "Go and stepon a ; RWyIieg
news media on a syndicated basis. gets started. get ready they are building on it and see how it holds. The graders Parents will have registration a All Lamp Xetwr
a foundation of faith of which greater the weight the better it
"Since there is
impartial his toe
opinion Even Mr. Gallup stumped on
they may not be aware. They holds] The same Is true with procedures explained. Work by Experienced Dewgnen and
measuring service in Florida at this time, the Truman-Dewey cliff-hanger and those have no way of knowing that our faith It is something that Miss Eleanor Goerl, County Craftsmen
It is our wish to become established in old enough to remember know what happened the tourists will return again holds us up. The greater the Health Nurse, will explain the

this field. ." to The Literary Digest, a wid.lyr.ad next winter. They cannot dem- weight the better It holds. Mrs.health Thelma program Curry to parents(Nokomis, and THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

Accompanying the letter was a hand. and reputable weekly periodical until School lunchroom manager) 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, flORIDA
out which said that result of its will explain] the lunchroom pro.
as a it hit the rocky road of political prog
gram .............
pulse-taking, The Florida Institute of nosticating and had to fold because ofa

Public Opinion had com up with this colossal miss.

solid intelligence: The Florida Institute of Public Opinionmust
"Jacksonville Mayor Burns showed up have done its sentimentsamplingwith j

with a strong 31 I per cent total I of the a blindfold on. Either that or it Just

survey votes cast, while Senator Kelly had might account for some of the more than s

moved into a strong.place position with $2 million the candidates spent at the

(26 per cant, compared to 19 per cent for rate of a dollar-plus per vote cast. '

I I I I Out Of The HideWe : (

now have a tax cut which, when it sentence: "More dollars chasing after ar .P.4 Mt ,ro i ,
ri: ,. becomes fully effective, will amount to goods and services spell higher prices. urs>w M sr4rawWl !
I"" something over $11 billion a year. That has been the case since time began f 1 "n A b? b tX'i:t ,Yirr'tl'

And we are confronted with still another and, carried to its ultimate extreme, it

deficit, in the neighborhood of $9 has resulted in the ruin of nations the

billion. post World War I disaster in Germany, sib Eti m ryZi

I', : As The Wall Street Journal puts it, when it took a wheelbarrow load of marksto :

". those nine billion dollars must betaken buy a loaf of bread, being the prime

out of the hides of the economy example of recent times. Beyond bank. .

I, In effect, the government will simply rupting the people, it was a major contributory

print up nine billion paper dollars. The element to Hitler's rise to pow.

resulting inflation will tale back from the .r and thus of World War II. F t ,rtt .
-- --
-- -
people the relief that the government The tai cut can b* justified only if it sow
qtr '
\ professes to give by 'lower' tax rates." is offset by a comparatively proportionate E YOU i BUY SELLJRADE l i .:HIRE OR i RENT

i I Writing in The Reader's Digest, James reduction In federal spending. Failing ) "

f Daniel summed up the situation in a single that, we'r Just robbing Peter to pay Paul. ,.... .. -. _
Gondolier.. photo bji Bob O..cIorliIT )

: ''f; I Library Column WAS A REVERSE SITUATION Wednesday when 10year.

I, old Mary Butler, right, and year-old] Franette Butler got
I by Richard Jessup to congratulate their mother, Mrs Howard Butler of Nokomis ,

j( (A Review by Elizabeth/ Muzzey Brown) on her graduation She completed her R.N. work, after more
I' than a 25-year interruption, when she received her associate
l l'I In arts degree in nursing at Manatee Junior College gradua.
I GAMBLERS and penny ante pokerI his luck at cards is for you to find out. tion exercises at Bradenton Municipal Auditorium. Wife of

I ,( players and even you if you do not play Mr. Jessup has been a dealer in a businessman Howard Butler, she went back to school two
years ago after working from 1951-62 practical nurse at
as a
will like this cleverly written Harlem gambling house as well as doing
j f poker story. Venice Hospital where she will resume work as an R.N. aftera
) No time is wasted. It's on with the scripts for radio, television and the movies month's rest. The Butlers have two other daughters, Mrs.

"t game, and the tension and excitement of so he is well versed in "th gam." Howard Alllger of New York City and Lois, a sophomore at

r a close poker game is h.re. THE CINCINNATI KID is in our Fre Florida training State in New University York when Mrs approximately Butler dropped half out way of throughto nursing PHONE 488-5808 488-3125

r( The Kid U lucky. U hit gid! fiend but Public Library. Go gel it now. marry !In 1937 ,



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Hauser Will Install Venice Area BPW Installation PAGE FIVE


Officers Tomorrow Takes Place On WednesdayPresidentelect I I

Hauser, first Freolta" Ing secretary; Mrs Margaret
''rt George principal of the sum. Enochs and other officers- Curwood, coresponding secretary -

,,,{ant of Assn Venice. will Area Installffers Par mar secondary academic program elect of Venice Area Business and Mrs Dorothy Mrs John L. Crofts Sr., pres.ident Circle, Mrs. George Huitema,
Teacher of Venice Jun.ir.1lor will acquaint the memo ar 41 and Professional Women's Rhodes, treasurer. of the Woman'a Societyof Martha Circle; Mrs. Harry
6.1 Schools PTA bershlp with the summer en. Club will be installed at theclub's Miss Lynne Corbett, Venice Christian Service of the Shaw, PrlscUla Circle; Mrs.

atl8Mph< .m. at the High rlchment and recreational program May dinner meeting High School sophomore, will Venice Nokomis Methodist Robert E. Blalock Hazel
nrrow Wednesday at Early Wynn' entertain with several folk Church for the past two years, Woodard Circle, and Mrs. Gen
101! pfeteria Randy Willis, newly elected Steak House songs, accompanying herselfon entertained at an awards ald Mears, Ruth Circle.
officers are Samuelan A social hour Is
YI scheduledfor the guitar luncheon on May i at
a private Teachers at the Laurel kindergarten
prcddent. : Mrs. Daisy Council RASU5B! 6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7p.m Members may bring guests club.Invited receiving award
first vice president and .
menu, ; pledge of Reservations
allegiance must be made were chairmen of the were Mrs H C. Kefauver
Gerald Shell second vice. Mrs Past-president Mrs.
Douglas Murphy } Virginia with Mrs. Elizabeth Cunning- circles Mrs Blaze
1)OSP1- seven of the Venbce-No. Sydney Mrs. Joseph
..ient, : Mrs Hubert Young! !talitv chairman, will be in A MI"F.L Ramsey, assisted by past-president ham by 5 p.m, today. komls Woman' Society, all Barone, Mrs Norman
charge Mrs. Irene
( of refreshments e Shockey, will members Parker
Ridsurer.ro Install of the Porter Circle Mrs. Alice Rhoadesand
the officers. Mrs
1 En- with Mrs Hubert Van Mm. Mears Mrs CrofU
Norte as ,
meeting speaker. Arnold will Tackett address, Antique Car Club ochs Pierce,succeeds Mrs Hope Catholic Youths chairman, for the beAt attend- also taught at the kindergarten .
ance at the .
education coordinator of Other new officers will be: Take Part In monthly society
t Community Schools, Plans Sarasota L Mrs Ruth Sovereign, first vice meetings during the past year, Special awards for work
; District officers of the "beyond the call of duty"
I ;Ik on 'What We Offer 4"i president; Mrs. Ann Thompson May Crowning Wom were .,
Student" and Arnold Gymkhana Sunday second vice-president ;: an'. Society from the Venice- presented to Mrs Richard L.
Mutt The Mrs Dorsey Tischler, record- Children of Epiphany School ,Nokomis Methodist Church, I McNamara, Mrs T. S. Carpenter
Model SarsMana Chapter Of will take part in the Mother' teachers at the colored kinder. I Mrs. E G. Boone and Mrs.
anal Nurse Gets hold Its A Restorers Club will a Day May Crowning of the garten in Laurel operated by George Grisdale.
first Gymkhana Sunday : Schools Observe Blessed Virgin Mary Sunday at the Woman's Society of the Orchids were presented to
ancer Institute at 10 a.m. at Mass Brothers 8:45: p.m. on the grounds of the Venlce-Nokomis church during Mrs Lewis Rising, Mrs. M.

Venice parking lot in Sarasota air, r Music'Veek Catholic Youth Center, Nassau the past year, and other special Cousins Mrs Mary Darling*
ppointment area owners of antique and Tampa Streets guests and Mrs. Van Norte for that
cars are Invited to par- The Venice I Junior High The children will Mrs Crofts who "little! special something" contributed
'i. Julie] O'Keefe, super- ticipate School Music Department form a procession has been
for Trophies will I I be pre at Church of the re-elected by each.
of nurses the South awarded for sented a National Music Week Epiphany president for the
|, area of Sarasota! CounI several driving i. and proceed to the site of coming year, said she felt that A lovely centerpiece of roses
ty contests costume contests SARASOTA ORCHID FANCIER'Rrayne spoke to J program Friday at the High was presented to the wife of
!!ti':h Dept.. has been chos. 'the bent and Venice Hibbs the School the outdoor service. They will members of the society who
Model Orchid Gymnasium.
A and best re- Society at its Wednesday form had the pastor of the Venice-Nokomis -
I we of eight nurses In thee evening meeting on The a living rosary while The made outstanding contri-
stored the
classic junior high school band
potting of orchids He and Mrs. Rt butions Church, Mrs. John Louis
to attend the Cancer Adelbert C, Traver, club Msgr. George Cum. to the various activities
A under the direction
Flea of
president John
Market 1 is also shown Jones
planned inspecting mlngs conducts the of the Woman's
a "monkey"
nt Institute at University pot made of Sleasman crowning Society
1t and Mexican opened the
a 1931 Model A Ford tree fernSarasofa, program.
were entitled to
ceremony. some rewardfor
June 1 and 2.
coupe will be awarded at 3 numbers played by this their work.. ..
Florida Division of the Weekly Bazaar
,( : p m, group were 'Flying Cadets -
rcan: Cancer Society and ; Food and refreshments March" by King; 'Cathedra.Echoes" She presented silver charm
University of Florida Colof be available all day. A will Players EntertainAt by Morrisey; "Marchof Elections Mark discs with 1964 and WSCS en- Workshop PlannedA
Nursing made the gems fee of registration the Missilemen" by Dedrick graved on them to Mrs. James bazaar workshop for members
$1 a car will be Final VES PTA
Mrs. O'Keefe Is the requested featuring the trumpet trio of Green, vice president; Mrs. T. of Episcopal Churchwomen -

Sarasota County nursewJl In order to be eligible to V-N Woman's Scott Egglefield, James Park, Meet On 18 B. Richardson, secretary, Miss of Si. Mark's will be held
Club May Etta
l attend. compete for best restored Meet and Paul Pfeuffer; "The Largo Huntley, treasurer; Mrs every Tuesday at 10 a.m. from
notified of her car, Theme Venice J K. Hill, promotion secretary now until November ,
'e was se- m entrant must have been from the New World Elementary School beginning ''t
on last week by John Car- member of the club for 80 a The Players of Sarasota, directed ro, Pandora Seibert, Rosemary Symphony" by Dvorak; Parent-Teacher Assn will elect ; Mrs. Thomas J Mc tomorrow at the church pariah
taU, assistant to the ExeI days prior to the gymkhana. I by Alice Smith, will present Johnston, Eugene A Gruhler. "Sturdy Men March" by Me and install officers and make Veigh, bargain center treasurer hall
I vice-president. All other events will be I a play reading of Arthur Ralph Doty Phyllis Vendig, sang; "Glow Worm" by a life membership award at ; and Mrs James T Bla- Initial plans were laid by
open Miller' "All Mv Sons" at- th. Barbara deKins and Frank Lincke, "Little Scotch Suite" the group's final meeting of the lock and Mrs. Irvin Muhn, Mrs. Charles Rickard, chairman ,
Fawns And Buckaroos Venice Nokomis Woman's Club Thvne, by Jackson; and "Torch of year '9 May 18. district officers Mrs. Crofts and Mrs. A. Walter
Join DoesAt regular meeting Wednesday at The play is produced by Liberty March" by King The meeting will be at 8 commented that these officers Johns, co-chairman at a meet
I 8 p.m at the North Harbor special arrangement with Dramatists The Junior High School Orchestra p.m. at the school cafetorium made her task much easier by ing this week Various church
Day Yearly Event Drive clubhouse. Play Service. Bill under the direction of President Dave Goodman will their cooperation. organizations will participate. 1
Husbands and houseguests of Raoul will be in charge of settings Donald Goss appeared next on be in charge. Circle Chairmen who received The bazaar, themed "St.
1t yearly event honoring tions must be made by tomor members will be guests. lights and stage and Victor the program. A spring concert of strings silver charm discs were Mark's Worlds Fair," is set
\hen who are members of row by calling any of the following Appearing In the productionwill D'Amore will be in Their numbers were by students, directed by Donald Mrs. Van Norte, Porter Circle; for NOT 21 A luncheon will be .
content and Patriotic Order hostesses: Mesdames be Thomas G. Simmons, lights and curtain "March" by Stine; "Hymn to Goss, will! be presented Mrs. Richard Steiner, Ethel served Booth chairmen will be
)Jots Drove 141, will be a D. M Gosman, Ward Bair, Edward J, Seibert, Terry Du- I Diana" by Gluck, "Smfonia" during the program Blalock Circle, Mrs. Russell announced in the near future
1 pm. buffet supper for Ralph Anderson, R K Mattox by McKay; and "Suite for Naramore, Frances V Curry Mrs Johns said.
f s, Fawns and L'il Bucka- and Miss Elaine Tempas Local DAR Strings" by Washburn. Special Masons
.on Thursday at Elks Hall The regular monthly meetingwill Scout Troop 25 Group guests for this portion of the I Arrange II

Ijthtrs are requested to be held after the supperat Attends LuncheonIn program will be the Fifth and Special MeetingThere
11 their (children Reserve- 8 p.m. Sixth grade violjn classes from

Gets CharterThe the area elementary schools will be a special meetIng .
urch Begins SarasotaFive They will join the orchestra of Venice Lodge 301, Free
Cecilians hearSchumann for the following numbers and Accepted Masons, at the
ristian Optimist Club of Roberts members of Myakka "Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring"by Masonic Temple on East VenIce
Family Story Bay presented the charter to Chapter, daughters of the Bach; and "Pizzicato Time"by Avenue today beginning at
Boy Scout Troop 25, which American Revolution, attend. 8:00
onth Observance Mrs J G. Meadows -was they Muller. : p.m.
hostess to the Cecil Ian MusiSociety' are sponsoring, at a special ed the thirty-ninth birthday The Junior High School Chorus The Master Mason Degreewill
c meeting Wednesday attendedby luncheon of the Sara De Sots under the direction of Harold be conferred by Senior
Christian National I.:
fh t Education usic the 26 troop members Chapter on April 29 at Zmn Warden
their t Flutz concluded the program William E. Hendrix.
liirittee of meeting Thursday at 10 .
Venice at
Nokomls a m
parents and friends and club Restaurant in Sarasota with the following selections The lecture will be !given by
Isbytenan; Church has ard her home, 628 Valencia Road. members, They were Mesdames W : "0 Sacred Head Now Right Worshipful C. Allen Pattison -
Mrs D. C, Gordon
several events during review- The meeting was at St. Frank Cady, Harold Clapp, Wounded" by Bach, "Cantate past master of Venice
i In observance of theh Bertita" Harding'i "Con. Mark's parish hall. Ward Frank Mulhern, Hugh Kefauver Domino" by Pitonl, "All in the Lodge and past district deputy
as Christian Family certo, a story of the lives of Wright Regent, and Mrs of
president, presentedthe William April Evening" by Robertson; grand master the 24th Masonic
Uth Clara and Robert Schumann charter to Scoutmaster Grove Hugh Kefauver DIstrict.
Ted accompanied "Tamale Joe" by Richardson:
members 'arranged and Johannes Brahms Van Pelt Manuel Roy, liaison them. "He's Got the Whole World," Refreshments will be served -
v family worship ser Mrs Douglas Arnall, pianistat commissioner between the Boy DAR state officers and past arranged by Simeone. "When following the meeting and J-
In their homes through. First Baptist Church, play Scouts and the club. presented regents of the hostess chapter the Saints Go Marching( George! E Collett Jr.. worship
I last week, using special ed Schumann a Traumerei"and additional membership cardsto attended Mrs Helen Morris Home" arranged by Simeone, ful Master, invites all! Master
''irnjs prepared by the ('omee Nachtstuck, and Mrs. committeemen Harold Man- was guest speaker and a and Cindy" by Wilson) Masons to attend.SwimlnS70.
from a church pubhca- Marvin P Courtney 'sang co, Dick Brasseur and John musical program was present.ed. ya
"Wid mung" and "Ich Groelle Miner .
esterday the Cherub (priy Nicht," accompanied by Mrs OES Honored
) Choir Jpmes Hightower
presented a
;ram of songs for Mothers Mrs Courtney is soloist with Delegates Attend Power Squadron Mothers ThursdayVenice rfrI
during the 8:30 Venice Nokomis Methodist
: a m fatn Chapter 248, Orderof WaterAT
I service. Choir and did extensive con State Presbyterial Plans Rendezvous the Eastern Star, honored f _
cert work before
coming .
f family night church mothers in a special preMoth.er'
f er and program has been the Venice area Mrs. Hightow. Training Program Plans for rendezvous Day program Thursday at
a on Warm Mineral
flied for 8:30: p.m. on May er is organist at Venice-Nokomis Mrs L. P. Smith and Mrs. May 17 will be made at the Masonic Temple
I ,nd on May 31 at 7:30 p.m. Methodist Church Earl Edge attended a week's I meeting of Venice Power A social hour was held after
-l h families will attend a The program was arrangedby session of the eighteenth an Squadron tomorrow at 8 the meeting Springs
t a. 'Dust or Destiny" Mrs. Parke Haynes, Nation. nual Florida Synodical Train at Tarpon Center Yacht Club.p.m. Mrs. Ruth Ford Mrs. Elizabeth .
!urge E. Youngberg Jr. Is al Music Week chairman School for Geracl. Mrs. Helen Griggs
[ ing Women at Caqulna Also on the business agenda 12 Milei South of Venice r
iman of Christian Educa The society la a federated Hotel, Ormand Beach last are plans for elective courses and Mrs Edith Echols were On US 41
f committee and Mrs. Earl club. week Movies will be shown by Stan In chare-:- of refreshments. ( ea f '
e l Is director of Christian The yare delegates from Bennett, and Lawrence N.
cation, Scout Troop Venice Nokomis Presbyterian Taylor, commander, will be in 9c -K 9c )f. is sF ;+f *!

Women of the Church of which 'charge A 7 p.m. executive VENICE MOVIE LOG
Mrs Smith is president. Mrs committee meeting will
Honors pre.
lamp Club Auction SponsorsThe Edge Is director of Christian cede the general meeting.The GULF THEATRE TROPICAL f .

psident George Youngberg 23 members of Girl education at the church and I Is rendezvous will be at DRIVE.IN THEATRE r
TeoAT TRRr a '
] Will be in charge of theRe Scout Troop 75 will entertain on the Westminster Presbyter Happyland Restaurant. Mid- "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK"
f' Stamp Club meeting toP their sponsoring club, the Rot lal executive board. night Pass, Sarasota, May 17 with 1w
> at 7:30: p.m. in the ary.Ann, at a punch party Members of the faculty will! at 1 p.m. A broiled chicken JANR raNDA a ROD TAYLOR TODAY, MAT ii
rmmuty room of Sarasota from 3:30: to 4:30: p.m. todayat be: Mrs. R. K. M. Patterson of t dinner will be served. Reservations Tars FRI. a IU.,. "McCLlSTOCK"
era! Savings and Loan the home of Mrs Jay Lum- Richmond, Mrs Ben Knox and may be made by mail or "I\WL ORDER PRIDE" s'.maa.i's
'4 ley of 307 Nassau St Dr. B. S. Hodges of Atlanta, by calling J Cline Davison, JOHN wATNa
club auction will\ be held Mrs John West is troop lead. The Rev. Edward C Hay of Walter F Minnerly or Fred RUDDT DSIM'

,interested persons are in- pr, assisted by Mrs. Charles Jacksonville, Floyd Eaddy of Strnmmer STAGE snow I Mlioo North.. VA at
Cowan as co-leader. Orlando. Dr. Marion A. Boggs There will be no dockage M., II Tse: F... II qe eu Everything
of Pensacola and Miss charge .

ta Yarnell of Durant ------- ---

I Local Episcopalians I Ian Some women 500 are Florida Marie-I seems to go


Attend Deanery Meeting VYC Mothers DayMother' ROBERT M. WRIGHT when

Day at the Venice ,f
delegation of missions and con-
31 members Episcopal
Yacht Club featured luncheon
St Mark's Episcopal struction of several additional have '
from the menu, served you
''feh, headed retirement homes for
by The Rev church
3 for membersand
'UI" from 1 to p.m. Candidate
Dean Patterson attend- Republican
elderly persons. ,
the deanery meeting of the Another objective, he laid, I is guests FINANCIALSECURITY
"W funds drive in Punta the provision of a student center
'"a on April 29 and maintenance of a chaplain -

Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, on each college campus GOOD. BUY ;
lop of south Florida, was and the building of Episcopal yv
*to 200 members of the die- residential colleges adjoining T fp
e for dinner at the Congress Stetson University, Universityof
St Mark's had the largest South Florida and Florida grog /sec
It's not what l but what that
representation present Atlantic University. a you earn : you save
irt Baynard, co-chair- aa.a.aa For District

J for the drive, Introduced INiUUNC determines your future. Start now save
lop Louttit who outlined the Amaranth Reports
d campaign part of all you earn. Remember, savings placed
'Ie Grand Court of
of the
that the project1970

: area population bounded of by the Tam.trl.uJar Amaranth given at ,the held stated In Miami meetingof were GOODGUY County 4 4' Number here by 3 PM. May I 11th will earn from May

Cape Kennedy and Miami Venetian Court 39, Order of Come in
o at Masonic t91 1st. today.
million which will requireablishment the Amaranth,, Friday, l e
of 500 additional Temple. :

FEET HURT? pa.a.a 1llJ! J10R Commissioner Fiver ( J SARASOTA

[ DC I G 3l L4caving.
Jerry ARCH BUPPOKT* and to u> .oetaOon

MM <* Hugh G. McPherson

B.nlw Ch. **'., "Rwkaee* *a{" '*"* 253 S. Tamiaml Trail Takes this method in THANKING ALL those

u, P.IM .M Venice Office: 446 So. Trail
Ph. 488 6567

Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP p iioit who supported him in the May 5th Primary. Sarasota Offices: 1718( Man' Street I I

Specialiaf In Arch Sipoorfi oW Offtae Shoes< STATE FARMInlurinel South Gate Shopping Canter Gulf Gate Shopping CenterIMrs. I

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Catholic Women SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN down produce lane -

,. r
To Hold MeetInSarasota .nq4'
Lemons . . . . *.<. 29

Sirloin, D.Bd..e1sYlda

Monsignor C. L. Elslander BONELESS your f1 Eggplant . . .... -. 9;

V.F. Pastor of St. Martha UBL1X ) clt0iCIb. / ..
Parish and the Southwest Round 89

to Coast the Deanery 34th annual will convention be hosts i Op itt our meat dcpLSW l _

of the St. Augustine Diocesan M A R K E T S n .b.. SUM
O | +
Council of Catholic Women.
Sarasota today and B one
continuing beginning through Wednesday, \ Bologna . . . .. % 39
A luau is planned for 8:30: 0

the this Azure evening Tides May with 11 entertainment at- .aa.r Ground Beef. 3 Ibs. $1.47 Kiin'ks"; !! 59"

provided by the ....._.;..." .w
ladles of St Joseph Parish In plus 100 extra free S&H Green Stamps w/coupon) ..'. ...
Bradenton Holy Cross Parish Tn. Wb.l. M M
Palmetto, and St. Anne t in
I'. Ruskin with special acts per 1 Sausage . . . .. 59'itt
I formed by the Sarasota Sailor n
Circus }s
Tomorrow will start the e
our dcpt. o
opening of the conventionby grocery
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur ,
Icy D D.. Bishop of St. Augustine .
at St. Martha Church ... p;'
Bishop Clarence E. Elwell, N :"4's3\? Apple Juice ..__ & 2SJt.r. *
Auxiliary Bishop of Cleveland .
will address the congregation "" ( o' .. r OtaaO Iff** Cr..iaHTCocktail
Later in the morning anoth. e r 4w
er welcoming] address will be ......... ...... .. bot. 49'
given by Herschel Mayo Mayor '" .!I .
of Sarasota followed by a '" d' Mi. .... Mel or Slinliiiy
talk Who Is My Neighbor! '4 R *.., Preserves 3 'JTFfrP $1 l
by the Rev. Father Vincent ____ '.. /
Smith 7 .. Wkota bml .,
The afternoon session will In-

elude a talk by Dr, Peter ReIlan r .'t tl'. Golden Corn . ......'iT 10'
head of
of the Department '. ,s-1. '
Psychiatry at the University of a %*" c.a..4:
Florida Medical School. His S: I Towels
subject will be "Mental HealthIn Y t ,Y. '* ....._......... 2 ... 65'
Marriage. Rev. Father
Frank Mouch, pastor of Holy z,, 1 : K.ppy
Redemption Parish in Jacksonville % -
will also address the convention Safflour Oil . ,. . .. T 49"
Rt. Rer Msgr John Knott P1aNis- I.p.S .

Bureau director' at of the the National Family Catho1 Life. _, Glad Bags . . %? 29'

IC Welfare Conference, will be PRICES
the principal speaker at Tuesday
night dinner speaking on EFFECTIVE
: "The Nature of Women.
Wednesday morning mass MON.-TUES,-WED.: ,

will be read by Rev. Father MAY II, IZ, U, 1964
Vincent Smith at the Church
of Incarnation, for all deceascd ,
members of the DCCW.
; P iI1l
Others on the schedule in- s i g
elude Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick /
Koland. Dean of St Augustine ;MhRKItTiku
Deanery and Mrs Joseph
Schobert of Eau Calhe. Rev.
Father Michal V. Gannon director rr. IIi
of the Mission Nombre ,
Dios in St Augustine will
speak on plans being made for
the 400th anniversary of the
:" founding of the state of Florida
and the restoration of the
,,, Shrine i Awards will be made i
for the miniature displavs by
the chairman, Mrs. Roger
: Kenny from Lake Wales.

\West Charlotte

Cancer Crusade

I Exceeded Quota

'. The Cancer Crusade for West'
Charlotte County has been
,1 completed On Thursday a
breakfast was given at the BayVista
Restaurant by the Englewood -
I a ;''I,' < Savings & Loan Asm
l j... for the volunteer workers.
.f, After the breakfast Mrs.
Charles W Zabriskie Crusade > s3 aA -" \ friNHfeJ'S>
chairman, Introduced Mrs.
Maude Legg from Fort Myers
I who spoke briefly and compli Betty Crocker j Of Reg. 79e Save 40c
\ Pride Georg Heinz Tomoto
mented the workers for their ; Giant
I Buttermilk Detergent Solepoxl
t( splendid achievement. Freestone
I Mrs Legg has five counties
under her supervision for the .5 Biscuits I Fab Ketchup
'. American Cancer Society. She 5 Peaches :
11''' la
said this group had done a :
1 '" wonderful Job and that they ,
j. had collected well over the ::15C -
,: quota for West Charlotte County I .t
:' I reg. :;
1 The workers were Mrs. 1l/i r 39c
f George Rich cochairman tan i 19C .
Mrs John Young, Mrs W. C. ton
Troendle Mrs. E. P Huth
IMa 4 p. s.Nean Ihna 1 s..rowm nab ,
i Mrs. Richard Geary Mrs pm (BrtT 2 plweip
A. Shellha\ Mrs Mary nab p.mha.es al $3 n sees +reh..F ;S -on
: Kenny Mrs Gordon Green, 0
Mrs. Harry Lawrence Mrs
John Kimball, Mrs. Clyde Na-
: hors Mrs Merrill Fulton Mrs
::1 O J. Phillips, Mrs. Marie Saul A6 ,_ The Seen WHERE SHOPPING
seweeae" napkin by IS A PLEASURE
.""j,) Mrs Boyd Llppsett, Mrs. Bet. 24-01'
1v Mercer, MM, Leland Greet Crisco Oil . bot. 39 Confidents 2 : 89* '
1 Mrs, Carl Hoffman. Mrs William : Venice Shopping Center
R, Sims Jr.. Mrs. Martin
dairy specials .
ra frozen foods
1 r' Bontekoe, Mrs Ernie Newman
',t h L Mrs George Westerman, Mrs. Club Grid. A Florida site' (
6..N Cr Cluit
W. G. Curtis. Mrs A. E. Store Hours
1 Scheibler, Mrs Ted Griggs Large Eggs 2 d.. 79 Cut Corn ......... 4 'tO pew ee. MIlk :
:i and Mrs. V. Warsop Crackar Chicken fr limb

I: tl,(IS I H f.1te Del i ate Biscuits Ictty . . "p'kT:: 79 Green BolUr BnoGnm Peas Glut..... 4'I.V.T $1 1 1Sen. V .,* MOIL Fri. 8:30: 9:00:

l-ttr c_.., Ciabmtat" fr limb
( T, ) Lee Farkar. lieu, Fliwar or

.,; .,t, To Church Meet Biscuits .. . . "ET79'Iraaltra Dinner Rolls ....... TptT; 39 SaL 8:30: 7:00:
j' William Hague has been

I 'I'':;t. named manual the Lutheran delegate Church from Env ot: IOO XTCEXTRATOfi 00 FREE 00 I00I IOO FREE IOOI ,IOO !FRCEdV/\s/ souto TIAm50

I,1'Ij:Ii Venice to the annual convention -
!. beginning today and con Jw Green stamps JlI/ Green stamps to( Green Stamps Green
: Stamps
'tr i'I: ,\. tinuing Tampa of through the Florida Wednesday Synod at ot< I a.Jre.m'I sob. hit,..cox Y.o.n mi N.t......._Wotna." ; I .MO All ONHO oW.Kdiw. all ; I N...110'"__.4......_.. ; Ndt.d..cs w..o m.eh./e.b

3 Ibi. $1,47 40 ct. pkg. SI.59 24-01. bot. 29c largo) alas 75e plus tax _
t if' Keynote speaker at the four.. ....... w..... "'., 11 1_ 'mt] 8, 0000000000000000008. ] r::;:, ease WNr. "'.. ... .- rt: : r't' _.. WNr Mq r U. IOM PI::.
i \
i 4 Church, Tampa will be
I Dr, Franklin Clark Fry of New
!: :: York president of the Luth.

j i ':.I j eran Known Church to In many America.as "Mr. TAA UUU3O1J,1 SOS p :IAm-50: OSOI r..r-m50

t. 't. \J,t.! most Protestant has acclaimed influential Time Dr. Fry leader magazine as "the ot< I ( Green.le. .1.rw d stamps......_eb ; I J4j; ( Green slab. ale" -.StampsTENDERLEAF ...eran. ah ; I J4j( Green.ti' W. .Ww and Stamps......._ala ; ( .Stamps........._..

A .
10-es Ian| $t.69

R I r I I churchmen of national two reputation.or with three a wide"American, int :.. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO....... w..... "'., U. 1- r:;! P:::'QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO/wlrN larga WNr.jar.1'79c... IM1r rt: OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO...IrN 25-01.w.....(Jar MeY 39e... ln/ III '=" OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPAGESIX I.....rag w...pkgs... ... .45er .. 1544 _

; Pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran
r is the Rev. Charles! I.

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MONDAY. MAY )1 I, 196


I [lttlSQl D; lS:&!! I I week' menus SCHOOL at Venlc.Ut' I.".. aooklaaMnffla MENUS RweIM ....... I ITh

school are printed by MilkWEDNISDATl basal Cke-1 T_."a.._... ...d..A

The with GONDOLIER the school, In lunchroom cooperation BparhatU. ....naalrhba Milk. .. ...110

.. manager, to assist mother r..k atMunkanSlkad fBIDATlllakad I
_.... IdahoaDarilad
CLASSIFIED of school-age children with .
...,. mkaai ma.Butawd
Houses For Sale their dinner menu planning.! Milk a.rmaChes.
Mobile .
Homes wdrrAppl
Venice Jnnlor Senior TIWKBDATlTurktr enbbiw

RATESCharge WANT TO SEE!: ME For Sale Cape Haze Gets High Schools 1)n.ltoIt) ._dramlaa; 0..1.101 Ilk herd.
I'm 2 YOUNG MEN. fulfill! your military MONDAY
Rate, both Thursday; homey kitchen 2 Baths. Big GOOD USED TRAILER. 33 ft obligation with only six Research GrantThe Hot dm... pas ship'
dining and living ottw d
and Monday Editions Reasonable. To be moved. month active duty. Return tV>.la ll.wApplaaaua
Large screened-ln Cape Haze Marine Laboratory I AM LOOKING FOR A PARTICULAR
porch and Phone 488-3<)87. for service with your local Ma. *
$1.59 dUbKl has M.Ik
carport' rise Reserve a grantof
emit Call
You and I lovely Misc. For Sale Tampa for details. 836-1911 funds from the Office of Naval KADATl 1'1.' .. ....... wfta kam, .1.... ..._ TYPE OF MAN
((12 word minimum) BYRON like me. landsc.Pin"1 Research (ANR), Depart ...,..... riot I
Additional Words, each 4c Phone POWER: EDGER Craftsman InstructionCUSTOM ment of of the conducting Navy, for the purpose -. Turnip.. .10 tomatoai craanaAppta One who will tale an interest in my butineu. He must be
2"4 HP. married, preferably 30 to 55 bondable church
New $73. Will take on the biology of sharks.Work Bread tad k._ preferably
CASH rates. both Thursday 3 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS Ful- $50. Phone 474-1114 after 5:30: Piano .MUSIC LESSONS under this grant will start nnNKSDAriRDHlMM Milk affiliated, sales experienced. He mud be full time, eg- '

and Monday Edition ly established home in Ven- pm. Portable Organ June 1.This wit* Maat aam grettive, and prepared to start immediately. The men

$1.40 Ice Gardens $15900. $2.300 FRIGIDAIRE for Guitar students Accordion who don't Special have plan in grant is for a period of hplnariirhlrkm I.'.... ....4qd who qualifies could earn above average income The fob I'

down. Phone 488.4927. tamed air conditioner S-ton self-con-for 220 struments. Phone 1:00: to 9:30: three year and totals $8,580. = t: deals in some of the mOlt unusual material in the world.

|(12 word minimum) VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 volt, three phase use. Suitable a.m., 488-1475, Herman Vander conduct It will enable projects the laboratory to to MilkTRI'18DATI' WRITE M. C. Bon 746, Venice Fla. '
Additional Words each 5ei bedroom. 1H baths panelled for small commercial instal shark morphological and be.havioral RMimd .eabban s4 r llow pier

Florida room Cathedral ceil- lation. $300. See or call R. I. studies Buttered aaaarieklad
Anal AD.Tap b10e .. eIho. Anderson Legal some of which .
i* Ing Call 488 Venice Air : I baatarinoappla
YHl.*. .. I.! a oh... ., II arata are a continuation of the major nkHr INSTALLWEATHERTQ
.... fw .r -.-,.. 55 ...... S Base, 488-1769. work of this laboratory. In the .ad and butur -
far aaek InaartlaBj ....,. BY
Hal ** OWNER Milk
.. Modern 3 bedroom rw '!!III! cwmrr romT or TIll past these studies have been
A fttrrlra rh. a* IS rnita la STAMPS mad to IDATlIMmanta
..at. far .. al th. o. .".. P.O. 2 baths, porch. Be- or- TWELFTH JtimrtAL CIRCUIT IN supported in party by the National al_. ..and.uhMwronl !!
Sal ........ km ...11. .. ......n... tween beach Poat Office. Ex. der. Overnight service. Of. AND FOR IW SARAKOTA CHANCFUT COUNTY l Science Foundation the ..I.d .
fire ,
personal pocket or stock. U".1a .p.aaR.uuh
tra .
kitchen DINO CtRinr.'TO .
convert 4 ANNA
part for Office of Naval
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY rental apartment. 428 Palmetto 488.1432. CntlBGIO knabaM riahittfraTN .. .... .lf. Selby Foundation Research and private the Ra,u ia sedans All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP

On Edition, per Inch $3.00 Court, Venice.ATTRACTIVE individuals. However Milk'
Wanted To Buy rows w TRnedsLryD.In1..b during<<
Both Editions, per Inch $3.50 the past year, lack of sufficient Nokomis Elementary School '
HOME in nice N. 1r,1e1lenvies operating funds has forced MONDAY Q. ,
a 110'-." .... HEATING A
WANTED OP IIttIT pork cow
section of
All clanlfied! ads payable In Venice. Two bed. Small safe sail Ta EIIITH m. 1'ItO..BLlTn reduction In the laboratory'swork. 8ptnarhftuttrrad
room, two baths boat. Not over $200. Call 488- .
screened 51. aarotaC
advance except ..'.bli,,*, porch and 1001 3354. 1.1- .....1.... ewel Several research activities ..nkka,
account carport Nokomis ... harabr MirM that a **m.Flalfil not supported br grants, Milk
Ave.. So., Venice. 14000. .a nlat. titK. mrrar aca.a.laaf a and side projects such as guided
Low _. .,, ,, '. TlrhDATl eeettNo
4 foraelaaa
payment No closing Business M -
Personals ...... w.fr..t web --.I Yea tours and lectures for route 60...... It aaadwiah
CANCELLATION or costs Call 48M701. fonWtiw tmtTltmi ,-tav"TK. ; school paaatl'Ja
ampanr group, are being curtailed v .
Nurlk cwt / CORP
ADJUSTMENT 5d nf u. Wart
TYPEWRITERS and Adding 10* f... W Let .. Blab I Plat for the present. Fho. .eaa...
Requests for cancellation .. GOLDEN BEACH near gulf Machines (mechanically op of !:II........ aa -... ra Funds made available by H. ptl 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice Fla. 488.5359

er adiuttntent b e c a u I e of Two bedrooms erated) Chemically cleaned Flat .Bock awls I. tap at 10.fcraaaHOountr. af thafublt. ONR will provide a part time a RoNrenATlrr Milk .
error must be made for two baths like new. Just $12.50 plus parts PlorMa. technical assistant on shark / .. bwf and .-._1 1Butt. ..- "
30 foot Florida room if required. AU makes. Venice baa baa* flan -iwl' fw, aM yea; we studies special instruments ..... ..... 1/aa/ .bra -
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE ralad J.lkt
.5 1. .w a we, rI row w.ww
5 Monday. For Mon. on 112 ft. corner lot. Stationery 211 W. Venice Are. attar (_1... .. aaM aonrlahit .. and chemicals needed maintenance (ba brad
p.m. on 4884113. Ik. rialitUffa' .-....,. Blair. 'M Daaa and repair of shark Milk
diy Gondolier BEFORE tpjn 519 GULF STREET P. 0. Bn lain SIT Naaaaa (..... Vaalaa. THl CODAT
..Iori", n4 fill tha arlateal ..... fishing equipment and publication Pork a.d bwr
on Thuriday. ar alaaalna hi Ilia .50..5 th. Clark of result of investigations. Sutured hroeealiStuffrt
af Ura seed Omrt aa .a OKar
PHONE48831Z5 3 BEDROOM frame Corner SHEPARD Mew al. NIA 4ar af Mar. 1M4. Ifn Th laboratory Buffered P..ftu' .new .....
lot fall ta da. ... darn kr 4dan. will a heavy financial and operating Reed REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
city water and sewer LUMBER CO. aa ..... atalnat' ra for ... rallaf 4VMfirfMl loss Milk
recently when Its expensive FIlIDAT,
Walk to school and store. $7,250 ta aaM anmplalnt
30 per cent below cost! Call 1003 N. Washington Blvd. DON AND ORDERED; a* Serena shark lines were stolen/ "IOb Jo"......er.ap0.155el ... e.bb.p.1..
rbrMa. lit* dar af Aarfl. 1M4.
88-1510 after 4 or weekends. Sarasota w.aA. WTNNC Clark.rirn.ll and vandals breaking into the Jlu,_ eras bra. Duplex in wonderful location. Small
can rXrt. taraaat* Cam/. grounds on a weekend killed Dmd

Rentals ELLIOTT PAUL .. riarlda.riklkkl April.se, tT. Mar 4. It. 1M4TW valuable sharks being used in Milk down payment with good terms on
Lots For Sale I experiments. In April a major '.
for I experiment of Prof. H. Heller Venice Elementary School

|10 DOWN $10 Monthly buys WANTED by permanent rest- ROOF' TRUSSES TO TRx AND FOR COtrUTT SARASOT luorrs COUNTY.FLORIDA. COURT. From the University of Bristol MONDAY know Balk balance. For further informationcall

2 South Venice lots $20 down, dent, businesswoman. One bedroom Alum. Window/ ft Doon. IN rROSATBD England and Eugenia Clark, Maihad potato
duplex or apartment. P. < ftr Tka Latin ruined Gram ...... 488-6413 or 4884196.
)20 month buy. centrally located Contract Roofing ft P.IrrfinaPhone RUTH MAR1B DOW Ha. MM was by the lose of one Ulead tnnaloal
Country Club Estates lot or 0. Box 929, Nokomis Fla. 488-213 Venice of these shark. an experiment Apple mapBraad .
Venice Gardens lot. Byron Novice 0" "LINO PETmON P'OII that could have added to and Law

Markle Realtor, Ph. 488.4706. TRAILER WITH CABANA "INAL8CIIAROS'or UIICUTJlX.TO i the field of medicine and marine FSDATl Milk

carport screened porch until Dressmaking, alterations draperies ALl WHOM T" MAT COVCERHt biology. The laboratory ........ boa. kaalClniov

ELK INLET Seawalled privat .' Nov. 25th. Dell Goodhart, etc reasonable 4S8-1130 b lava NOTICE flM:Bir IS final HEREBY' Mum GIVEN aa .,_that'rIa I stiff earnestly solicits the assistance Fraafe .plop kaionurantalova.

boat basins E L.. Kilton, Padua Court Rt 2, Nokomis. af tha was af Ruth Maria Dov.aaaaa 4. of anyone who can all,,_ r ..
Bayshore Drive. Nokomis. help discourage trespasners on
PAINTING Exterior and In-
Inal dlarkirtal that I will apple r U>aKoranbla
TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by terior. Estimate. and references Jab T Graham, CountyJadta the: laboratory grounds. Recent
II \ENtlI RESrnKNTIAL LOT year Completely furnished I cheerfully given by af Sarawt to. 1'....... Florida antha losses hive been very discour- OWEN CARR and ROY WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. I
experienced to. I a.. .t I.. .. 5554. for werw.5.5M.
AUO VIN1CC BUSINESS SITES. Automatic heat and air con. painter. Call Elliott ... ew nool 41.h. w aging to scientists\ working HOPKINS are no longer RAMBLER DODGE
TALL I OU uro .. lobes ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. 488-4068. .-anew aatata of lath" MariaDnr here excoriated in any"way >IS S. Tsmiami Trail 488.3965 -488150'

Tampa St., close to store I Le.rdxmw a. Tocxwooo.Bea. with SPECIALIST IN. .
Houses For SaleBY Tel. 4881321. ... 1r... A I.pk.HI.r.lortda .
Help Wanted Pnrar A Uiht BnlMhir.Tl. Vets AuxiliaryMeets : FLORIDA MOBILE ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTBrake

OWNER: Venice 4 blocks ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY v..too.. 1 Farts.PabMh M'" '> It. U. lm I. 1M4.IX Wednesday HOME TRAILER Repair Lubricate Chauis

from Gulf 2 bedrooms 2 Apartment heated pool. W. PERSON RETIRED, semi-re Ladle Auxiliary of WWII SALES a Front End Alignment Oil Change

baths L H., Dining Area Florida Venice Ave. Reasonable rates tired or presently workingwho THB COOUTT JUDCF COURT Veterans Barrack. 2744, will 233 S. Trail Front End Overhaul Adjust| Headlights Beams

Room all electric kitchen Week month or yearly. Phone desires to supplement IN n.0 AND RID A.FOB SARASOTA IN PBOBATI COUNTY. make plans for Memorial Day Signed: Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs

utility room carport central 488.3681. their present income by servicing IN RElThantaMaf services at the May meeting Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard y
and building a morning OORINNS R. at 2 at Englewood Radio
besting and air conditioning MORTEMSEN. Na. TIM Wednesday p m. Repairs Transmission Repair
100'xlSO1 lot. City water-sewer 2 BEDROOM House. Nicely St. Petersburg Time route. NOT CE 0 Recreation Center, Or- Pres. Airconditioninq Repairs and Installation
Cash bond and dependabletransportation m.ING P1I7I'ITIOH FOR
side walk well sprinkler sys I furnished. Walking distance required. FINAL /IIG1IAIGII or JII1CITI'OR.TO : ange Street.
tern Tile roof shuffleboard ,to Nokomis Beach. $69. We Apply
I Bernie Ward District Manager ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
court. Priced for Immediate pay utilities. 4885127. .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I DISTINCTIVE lARGER-
P. 0. Box 1184 Englewood, ........
tale $20.900. Will accept mortgage h. nlad mr final aa aiaeutoraf

Drapes Refrigerator LARGE FURNISHED 2 and 3 Flu Phone 4741784. d aeaaaadi fed ...that. ef I haw Carliina m..R.. mr MoatanMK patluon, I

Washer and Dryer included. room apartment Also single low final' 4J..b....' ixt that I will ...- Real Estate CornerWATERFRONT I
Telephone 4885178. rooms. Very reasonable sum Male Help WantedFOR C plr watT*a tha judca..D.<.. Bwo. .CSTanefnP1" .

mer rate. Weekly monthly da. w. tha sub tv Hi Jun. 1M4. far
2 BEDROOM HOUSE. CB 2 yearly. Walk to beach and DELIVERIES Engle- appnml, af tha aana. aa4 for final lea.

years old. In South Venice. shopping. Vacationers welcome wood-Venice area. Eveningsand .his.cMna. aa s. aiaeutor Mwuww af 4wa.AI. tha was atBoaaa. I __ ._. ____ ......... ........
Mortgage plus closing cost. Ph. Armada Rd. Saturday. $10 to $15 week. ., w6NbLLL 0. Y1NCAm.
504 and 518 ,
4884715. ly. Contact Sam Boyd, H & H R.... laphonllio, LOT This Space IT'S A HONEYI!
call 474-2569
So. After 5pm. larlda Powar 4 Light PulUlnc.'anlaa. .
: Trailer Park Osprey. Flonaa.Puklfchl WATERFRONT HOMESITESSea
FURNISHED Mar It. IS M I.. 1, IMi. Tie Your Yacht to This One
BARGAINS GALORE: COMPLETELY $65 WANTED SALESMAN for Ven- Available Wall and Boat Resin on intercoaital.! All brand new nti

and they can be financed. Efficiency month. Couple.Apartment Includes ice and South County area to NOTICE: Or" rvrENTIOH TO In VENICE and ready for building! FROM $10,000.
per sell lots and memorials for REO18TER; FICTITIOUS NAM
N o. 1. 2 BR 2 Bath home utilities 704 Myrtle and Venice Tka .....1....' 4oai harabr aartlfr
New bedroom screened
NEW HOME 2 tile bath terrazzo
Sarasota Memorial Park. Previous ... For Your ,
paved central ....., he 10 ...duell... a Rada II T. KERMIT L
street, curbing By-Way. experience helpful but not .&&oj.. Rwalr SaI. A ..,.,.. b..lnwat porch, central heat, built-In rang, city water and sewer r
water sewer. Steal at $15,000 10' enW Groft Bawls Va.Iw.. P1.-. WAIT
as a full training MICKLETH Low down no closing cottt. 12800.
APARTMENT one or two bedrooms necessary 'Ida ..... tho fl.Utar pia of M.. payment
will be provided. Radio cod TV Barrlca and that rid Real EstateAdvertisement
2. $72
$400 down furnish
completely REALTOR
... .
II... k. aaawoaad followlnc par.aoaa
monthly buys this nice 2 BR ed. Reasonable. 500 W. Venice Write S. M, Box 748 Venice. wkoaa aaaMa .laai a< -'- 401 Laguna Drive GULF REALTYPH.

home. Only 3 years old Ave. Apply 930; to noon and FORMER MARINES receivefou don_
owner sacrificing, $12.500. 2:30: to 5:00: p.m. ((4)) days pay each month V..I.. Pt.O.w.bi..r. 488-4621 488-0738 216 S. TRAIL VENICE

for one week-end drill Regular / ....... la ,aa followaiHoward 11_'. Radla w TV ...... _. ___4.. 1! \\I'It.\ '!!! _.,

No. 3. Venice 2 BR, large 3 BEDROOM house on the credits toward retirement C. MeKala. toe par aant.It .
water. Nicely furnished and to mr IntantloK to apply to "'.
kitchen lovely Florida room plus the added earning powerof Clark af tha Clrault Court I. and for
nice shaded lot close to clean. Air conditioner, screened two weeks summer camp in BaraaoU Countr. Fkirlaa. I* MlaUrtha
__ .....,.
porch and carport. Yearlyor aal' Maaa aad TV
Shopping Centers. $12,000. California in August. Call 8351911 .54w ,e.kaw .5 LMpt. BEACH PARK
consider reserving for next Tampa, for detail r.m, Lao .:Flerld. AM. .1 1551. with nice
No. 4. Venice near Gulf. season. North Port Charlotte velar, mr bad thla ttk day at Seas, New, 2-bedroom,

BR 2 bath, fireplace 488-3611. Female Help WantedHIGH las4 ROWARD C. M.kAlS.Pablkb 2 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat and air conditioning. Many

parquet floors You can buy Mw 11. 1" n. I,.. 10 1MC. screened porch. Wonderful loca fine feature! In this home for comfort.

this lovely furnished home CENTRALLY LOCATED
for only 22000. Owner em- Apartments on yearly or SCHOOL GIRL who will tion. Small! down payment. Easy Priced at 17500.
Ployed elsewhere monthly basis. Vacationers be in 12th grade next year. It Was A Cool Card
408 Interested in working 2 or 3 FRANK C. RAEBURN
welcome Armada Apts., For Information call
No. 8. On the Bay. 115 ft. Armada Rd. S. nights a week this summer Game WednesdayThe terms.
seawall 2 BR 2 bath home. and during school next year. REALTOR

fireplace buiit-in Barbecueon ON PRIVATE ESTATE, at Osprey Hours S p.m. to t p.m. evenIng 48 guest, and membersat 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600 488-2M"

screened Lanai. Was 29. two large bedroomapt. *. Apply in person. Smack Venice-Nokomis Woman's

800 Elderly owner must ., living room, tile bath. MacDonald Restaurant.Situation Club social card party Wednesday .

move Will take much lower Frlgidaire, gas stove and furnace I played! in cool comfort.

offer. Don't miss this one. TV garage space, furnished Wanted The club' air-conditioning unit 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111
or unfurnished. Annual I was installed before the Wednesday .
We have loads of bargain
Including waterfront home, brsia only $100 per month. YOUNG LADY desires work party. ? MODEL HOME FOR SALE!
lot Quiet, no lawn to mow. Phone i consisting of bookkeeping, Hostesses were Mrs a. E.
and business properties end draperies
some fi- Seaman 968-2825. shorthand, typing or reception- Bethel, Mr*. S. C. Turken. including carpeting

nancln with very generous visit airconditioned 1st. H. L., Box '746. Venice. koph and MM. Fred D. Ritter. Reolfor EAST VENICE AVE., CITY OF VENICE
,. Stop In and MODERN, H. N. Wlmmerf -
with us.BYRON. stores available in South Door prize were won by Air Conditioned Barrel! Tile Roof

Venice Shopping Center. For I COLLEGE: GIRL needs job Mrs. Mbrjori William. Mrs.P. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent A 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Overtire Garage
Realtor for Bummer Light housework Charles
MARKLE Information call 4885858. I. F. Nowland and Mr -
Eleanor Taylor Associate. --- or babysitting. Can furnish M. Pils. A slam was bid and for Wetter Union Telegraph\ Immediate Occupancy

V.ramlaM. akarb.Ur.....I l*Bdr.. **Haaaa.V.ftlc. ""*. rood references Call Lynn mad by Mr*. L. M. DanklefS Monday thru Friday 9 to 5: Saturday to I

Phone 488-4708 ,".H. Inaalw.ar U. I.15". St 476-1 M3. and Mr. J. A. Allen. I CLOSED SUNDAYS NORCLoTlNG COST $17,500.00PHONE


47 MOHAWK RD. So. Venice, ment. three l large room, full Grange'Meets' For 11I1111111111111111111111111I11111111I11111111111111111111! 11111111111111111111111111I11111I

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Iota Pointed. 775000.. In out. 2tt adjoining corner 3785 or 4886994. and diamond wedding ringon "Neighbor Night"Venice
Nokomis Beach kit pavilion. I
lots FURNISHED, 2 bedroom
$7110.00. Broker Buere- PARTLY
IU & Buercau C. C. (Chip) cottage, $65 month, Reward Contact The Gondolier Wednesday Grange' lor will"Neighbor meet INTERESTED? FLORIDA LIVING IS FUN! !II! Venice Gardens Lot

Johnson Ira J. Glockner plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or Newspaper Night" with Sarasota Grange 3 Bedroom, 2 bath., Screened Check f/iefee/ Realtors for 801110 feet

Martin[ S. Stand 488-6487. Boats For Sale at Venice Civic Center at 7:30: Porch, attached carport, Oil :::"" _

I1"1" a Rat. Dra Rw. "."* DUPLEX! Fun>i ne<1Bed' but RentalsHomesu GOOD LOCATION
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New dressmaking -
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Electric kitchen contest will be announced. ,17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH. : '
f6r quick sale. Phone
Call 468-4323. :
$12,895 water.
a fine home In Venice Oar. furnished house 488-3168. All Grange members are N. WIMMERS U. Lots jooo I S. Stancik ,
dens IV* 3 BEDROOM
2 large bedroom, available June 1. $90 mo. 15 FT. MOULDED FIBRE- welcome REALtOR I
den, screened porch phone Earl Bond GLASS boat nearly new 18 The Best! k REALTORTel.

;large utility! room. Carport etc. WA8-4381.Write or Rt.'\ No. 3, Box 584X, HP Evlnrud( motor. $55000 The comet of 1811 {largest 221 W. Miami Avt. 3r7 488-5441 J j

Large corner lot In good Inca'ton Fit and give refer.e Phone 4 8-le93. 331 Mota.ro Ct, ever observed had a head witha 481-5308

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VJHS Tennis I VMS Spring. Football Practice Under WayWith I


Team Continues one week down and spread formations and a pro- vacated by Bob Dandridge ions on the team In addition to
three Venice defense the Joelson and Dalton, other members
to go, High type offense One BACKFIELD 01 the
School head football coach "stunting"more return for their 1963 LI'I Indian team
Indians, will be John Henna evpecteg
Winning WaysVenice Jim Powell lists four Important with a "red dogging third year at varsity ball. Henna to offer strong competition,, to
questions that he hopes style of play. On occasion, will be shifted from half veterans including Pat McDo.
"F SR will be answered when the three ends will be used on offense back to fullback. Peden and aid, Joel Underwood, Harry
Junior High School spring training sessions end because of the plentiful last years defense specialist, Clements Tim August lle
upped its season's tennis record with the annual Green VS. supply of good ends. Two of the Terry Haskins and Steve Brad. Richard Blizzard and Buck!
to three victories and one White intra-aquad game on ends will line up in their regu ley are leading the halfback Wade
r defeat In county Junior high May 29. lar offensive positions while candidates. Other returneesare I
t t rt competition Thursday by shut The questions: the third will be used as a John Cooper John Gillies '
ting out McIntosh 5-0. (1)I). Will quarterback Ray flanker back. Anthony Shaw and Dave Taylor Year's Activities
Patty Johnson (VI) beat Eddie Joelson Injured knee hold up I A rundown, position( by position Nash Eubclhart, better Reviewed
r Placer 0-1; Ronnie JonesV under the rigid blocking and t k"own for his basketball playing At VYC
( ) whipped Fred Swatzen. tackling routine and return him : ENDS Strongest positionon Is being considered for an Club activities of the
druber 8 2: Kathy Johnson (V) to top form/\ for the 1964 season the team with All-County understudy to Joelson at quarterback year will be featured in P8gt.
bested Andy MacBeth 8-2; Jim. ? i Charlie Hodges, Tom Landgraf, because of his good showing of color movie
my Meadows and Roger Tvr- ((2)) Will Paul Peden continueto Nick Harper and Ken Ringo hands and ,speed Steve Dalton, slides for members at the V.and
I; rell 'V) shut out Aubrey Pet- improve and live up to his leading the candidates quarterback on last year s Venice ice Yacht Club at 8 P.m *
tu and Craig Coldwvn. 6and(): potential. a break.a-way run I TACKLES Bruce MacDon- Junior High team Is also Wednesday n
i. Steve Johns and Bill Hurt (V) ner to help make up for the aid (All-County and All-Conference considered a fine prospect. Included will be various sail.
downed Gary Shaffer and Bob loss on offense of Bob Harrison ), Tom McDonnell, JimZacharias NEWCOMERS Jack Ing activities and social events
--- West, 63.Li'l and Gary Moser I I and Jim Parrott nil Wright, Don Christopher, Harry Members will find themjelv
((3)). Can line coach Jim Som- return to give this position Bibbee Charles Powell, the subjects of many shots
ers find two hard-blocking strength and depth. Sam Morgan, Jim Seitz Tim The showing will be held af.
i Indian Golf guards and a center to fill the GUARDS Co-Capt. Bob Waidellch Lambert Mann and ter dinner Reservations for
gap left by graduation? Sommers, Phil Voungberg, Jim Raleigh Stahl (all Juniors In dinner may be made by calling
Team: Wins Third (4)). Can our defense as a Hatchitt, Bob Havenstnte, the fall) are vieing for posit the club
whole "grow up" and becomean Shep Lawrence, Pete Cromp- -. -
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MatchThe Jr .1 rUI
Straight aggressive, coordinatedunit I ton, Jack Thiem and Larry
Muntean are all returnees.
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Venice Junior High golf
(Gondolier) .phow br B.+. Obmdort) team continued to dominate "If all these questions! are I CENTER Most uncertain
the Indians position. Will try Joe Hen-
answered 'yes' then
SPORT i,VCHIP TROPHV Offi ..::3 the award during last week'a assembly! IsDi play in the Sarasota County could have highly successful riquez Greg Jones Bill\ Higel
oho v. .:i S..KJi: f :nfcr :ice' baskettal. (=k Brown, VHS varsity coach. Others, from Junior High league by whip. season" Powell told and Scott Kelly The Job Is HOWDY
left, VHS Principal John Davis and varsity ping Brookside, 495-S37, in a others
games i : Sport"Tar sip Trophy to The GONDOLIER Friday "wide open" and several
Venice H'( 'll S, ool following the 1963-64 eaton members Charles Delvac, Terry Green, Tom match play Thursday at Sara Pro-Type Offense will be tried in addition to
Conduct of the players caches and fans Landgraf Bruce Byrd, Kenny Ringo, Bob sota Golf Club It was the According to the head men the above four to come up witha r.I" .
was the basis for the judging by the officials Harrison, Jim Sikora, Sam Morgan and Jerry LI'I third 1 Indians straight without victory defeat for the tor, Venice will use more top flight man to fill the spot
Representing the referees donors of the trophy Hawks
Steve Rayburn, Ben Steele '
was Nick Lucas front left AcceptingThe FOLKS!
and Don Willis tied for medal-
st honors for Venice with 44'..

Teams Venice Elks Other scores by members of
Osprey the VJHS team:
Morton Chiles, 48-: Mike Es-
I tea, 49; David Rose, 50; Ed

52 Courtney: Kirk Tischler. 51: Mark, 54; and Koenig Tolly, 0 tI We have just been named one of the 100
Venice Lions Win In GLLN'okomii
Bowles, 59.John. 0 leading Ford dealers in America as a re-

suit of our tremendous volume, January
\ el1ll,. E''k* broke a !Lions, 121.1 in a Gulf men on base when Jeffrey relieved A
Ihree'lpme :"<. nt, s t rea k Little League junior division Halback 1N through April! As a result we have over
ThursdJI1I"hl bdeflating contest Rotary scored a single run I
Jeff Sourbeer held the Lionsto in the opening frame and heldon Takes FirstIn $100,000 worth of used cars. Trade-ins

SarasotaFederal two hits, both coming in the to the slim lead until the that must be liquidated. No reasonable
final inning. The Elks fashioned Fourth when Venice Lions scored
a seven.hit attack off the five runs on three base hits. RegattaJohn offer refused Credit arrangementsto
offerings of Tim Helser who The Lions added a pair in the
Edges VSC 8-6 struck out six and walked seven fifth and three more in the Halback, a member of suit you! We NEED, WANT and APPRECIATE -
Sourbeer fanned seven and sixth. Rotary tallied singletons the Venice Yacht Club Pram e
Sarasota Federal notched its did not issue a free pass. in the fourth and sixth Fleet, took first place In the 5r YOUR BUSINESS!
Tommy Smith Elk center Gene Fowler went the route "over 12" division of a Pram
fifth victory in eight starts '
Venice fielder rapped out two doubles for the winners and gave up Regatta held last week by the
Thursday by defeating I to lead the hit parade. Dennis only four hits, two by Kenny Sarasota Sailing Squadron.
Shopping Center 8-6 in a game I Webrand also doubled for the Curry and one each by Joe Dalton Second in the. same age MODEL STOCK NO. PRICE
that took two hours to play
and Allen Bates. He struck -
losers group for the VYC pramsters
four and one-half innings and The win upped the Elks' record out three and walked one was Freddie Brown, while his 1959 Ford Sta. Wgn 868 $68550
produced 17 walks as opposedto
to 3-4 Nokomis Lions are Mike Hulsbeck started for teammate Toby Lyons came 1960 Pont Sta
10 hits.For Win 143A 1295.00
Rotary and was relieved by '
1.7. In seventh. r Mr's W alas
the Center
Shopping In Friday night action, Osprey Jeff Bodager In the fourth at- There were 23 boats In this 1957 Ford 2-Dr 75BI' 195.00
loss number
team it was seven
Lions had scored three
as opposed to one win Recreation beat Vemce- ter runs the Hulsbeck, who was rap division and three heats were ? ? 1961 Rambler Wgn 187A2 995.00
Nokomis Bank by a 11-2 score; sailed
The winners garnered only
ped for six hits while walkingone "under r + 1963 Falcon 2.Or 1128
four hits off the combined offtrings Osprey Merchants came from In the 12" group, 1495.00
of James Kulakowski behind to down Florida Power and defeat striking fanned Scottv Bruin came in seventh i w, w r"t 1957 Ford F/L 4-Dr 19PA 295.00
and Ron Johnson and Light 11-7: and Venice Bodager in a fleet of 17. It was Scotty'ssecond ,
r'tut\: walks ana hit batsmenled Lions overcame Venice Rotary five, walked three and gave regatta. Three heats t 1963 Ford Gal 2.Dr I85AI 179500
up four hits. also In this divl.ion.Girls' s .
to six of the were run
directly 10.3.David Larry Burrls connected fora 1963 Ford Falcon 207A2 1595.00
runs they scored.Meanwhile Rose was thhe loser double and two singles in
the Shoppers in the Recreation.Bank game three times at bat to lead the r t Cw 1960 Plymouth 2-Dr 79A 895.00
: were registering six hits ofl and Joey Moulton picked up Lion attack. Tommy Pitcock Softball 1958 Olds 4-Dr 9PA 595.00
Butch Dalton and Bob Austin the win. Mark Koenig homer. had two for two and David ..
Sarasota Federal got 10 walks ed for the Bank and David Knott two for five. Team SeekingA rte 1961 Falcon 4-Dr 2I9B 89500
I and the Shopping Center seven Tison hit a pair of four-bag Venice Lions will meet Osprey 1960 T-Bird (185A2 169500
; John Denison led the Sara gers The loss dropped the Merchants this afternoonat SponsorThe
1 sots Federal team in hitting Bank to a 4-4 mark, while Recreation 5 p m in make-up game 1957 Chev 4.Dr 28P 595.00
with upped its record to Venice Area Girls' Softball
two singles in two official from May 1.
1960 Pontiac Cone
29P 1 119500;
times at bat. For the Shoppers three wins and four losses Team is looking for a ;' ; t
Pat McDonald racked up a fifth Inning Rally spOnsor. 8s 1955 Ford Dump Tr I7PA 295.00
double and single in two times Trailing 7.3 in the top of the Venice Lions Club According to a spokesmanfor
the Sarasota County Tarpon 1961) Mercury 9 Pass
up fifth inning. O prey Merchants the team, a sponsor Is needed TUNE UP AWARD WINNER in
Shopping Center scored a rallied for eight runs to cop Slates Barbecue so that games can be play. Tournament with this 146tt pound Silver King Is Vincent F. Station Wagon 254A 1095.00
pair of runs in the first and the decision over the Kilowatts. ed at night on the field at the Karnik of Lorain, Ohio, and Englewood. Karnik caught the 1963 Corvnr Truck. 263A 1595.00
"r j second innings and added Paul Taylor had hurled good r high school. All night games prizewinning tarpon ia Lemon Bay It had aix Jumps and took
singletons in the third and ball up to the fifth, but baseson Venice Lions Club will holda will heve to be played "on the 45 minutes to land 1958 Mercedes Benz 4-Dr 3IP 1495.00

fourth Sarasota Federal got balls and some sloppy fielding family night the barbecue Venice Thurs.Beach road" unless a sponsor is forthcoming 1958 Cadillac 2-Dr 24AS 1195.00
two in the first five in the bv his teammates led to day night at .
third and one in the fourth. two runs being scored and Casino from 8 to 7;38() p.m. This is the third year the 1960 Corvair 4.Dr I90C 795.00
I Tomorrow afternoon 4 The menu will consist of team has been organized and THANKS
at situation with one
I baked 1961 Hillman. 4-Dr 24A 795.00
I chicken, cole slaw,
p.m.. Sarasota Federal meet nut Larry Jeffrey came in and and games are being scheduledwith To friends and
First National Bonk .md Ki 'I ts greeted with some solid beans, pickles.Tickets Ice cream now teams from Palmetto, 4' workers my {for many supporting main 1962 Falcon Sta Wgn 32P 159500
I cold drinks. are
; warns will play the Shopoin" hts i Bradenton and Englewood.
(to lead to six more runs
on sale by members of the the May 5th RepublicanFOR 1962 Chev 2-Dr Sdn 34P 1595.00
Center in the 6 30 p.m. nightcap Taylor was the loser since he A roster of 15 girls ages 16 ;a
was responsible for the three I club, $2 for adults and $1 for through 20, make up the team. rata 1962 Ford 2Dr F/L 35P 1495.00
a children under 12 The ocach is Charlie Butler, 1
: ,' -., 895.00
;' "" '- "" who led the girls to a success- i./- ;i; 1959 Chew 4-Dr Imp 2128

GOP Club MeetsThe ful season in 1963 4)) "' District 2 1956 Ford Spt Cp 189A 295.00
\ Team members purchase!
!: CLEARANCE SALE : Eighth Precinct Republican their own Individual equip- WALTER H. 1959 Ch.v 4-Dr Sdn 33PA 595.00

Club of South Sarasota ment, but need some financial CAIGERHome 1961 Corv.ir 2.Dr Cp 269A 1195.00
County will meet today at 8 assistance for bats, balls and :
j' AT p.m. for its regular May meet. catching gear. 1961 Pontiac Tempest 4-Dr I97B2 99500
: ing at First Federal Savingsand A sponsor could also purchase 695.00
1960 Falcon 2 Dr 272A
Loan Assn. Community uniform shirts with his
THE DECKHOUSE RESTAURANT Room, or his firm's name emblazoned!. ft cost so little toBrighten 1959 Ch.v Imp Conv 228B "500
the back, the spokesman
1964 Ford Conv Gal
500 275A

I ALL PACKAGE GOODS AND J Mrs. George KeyIs pointed (Out. Your 1960 Chew Partwood. Sta Wgn 273A 8'5.00

MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES I Phoebe HostessHMS Shockey'VarnsOn 1962 Rambler 4-D 291A 1095.00

Phoebe Chapter, Daughters 1963 Ford Sal 500 4-Dr 295A 2395.00

AT COST OR BELOW of the British Empire, will Sick AnimalsPolice 1963 T-Brd, H/T 2-Dr; 240A 349500
meet at the home of Mrs. I
George Key of 453 Baynard Chief John Shockeyhas II 1962 T-Brd, H/T 300A 2995.00
!. Drive tomorrow at 13() issued an appeal for residents JI
p.m. 3595.00
: I MONDAY (TODAY) ONLY ; Assisting the hostess will be of the city to report to I 1964 Olds Conv 167A
J, Mrs Raymond Eves and Mrs. the police' department any animal 1957 Pontiac 2Dr 297A 495.00
.. .. . that to be
"' Francis R}'croft. found appears
sick 1961 Ford Panel M. 32TA

Said Shockey, "We are going I 1961 GMC Panel Irk 37TH l 1095.00<
Into our hot weather when animals t
Thank YouRepublicans l are more susceptible to 1957 Dodge Trk 3/4T 29TB 495.00

diseases The police" chiefs appeal 1961 Volkswagen 38TA __ *!iS2

stemmed from a report by Joseph -

f Jossart, Municipal Trailer Home Loan
; Park manager, of a cat that Improvement USED CARS
appeared to have been poison
ed. You can have mora than $900 worth of all family
OF SARASOTA COUNTY 'j Shockey said E F. Wolfe, 913 comfort for only t dollar a day! loan BMlrH
The Rialto, also] reported recently 0 Take as long at 36 months to repay In easy Install.
I for your confidence in \ that his dog has been ments. cJm?
r \' 4". bitten by a poisonous make You are protecting your property Investment and building USEDTRUCKSINSPECTED

1 "JACK" KNUCKLES .. valuable bank credit .

for or. I COME IN TODAY No red tap, prompt service

: ,I. It was you wonderful people who made "Jack" enjoyableday GOLf I a RECONDITIONEDROAD

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