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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 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CAN SMALL BUSINESS SURVIVE?




An Open Letter To The President Of The United States . I I




Dear) Mr. President:

Fin, Ut ui identify ourselves We next time was at a victory dinner for a Lion them only to establish" that we are papering we realized on Sept. I, |?&2 They do receive their rewards, all right,

native born, of Anglo-Saxon heritage We are senate colleague, since deceased. not another crackpot letter writer but a the dream of most every newsmen We not so much in money M In satisfactionthe

come of parents of modest means both Then there was the Los Angeles convention responsible citizen genuinely concernedover acquired our own small newspaper, this satisfaction and excitement of recording -
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toiled hard and honestly all their lives where you were swearing by all the problem we and thousands ofsmall on*. for posterity the noises of history.

without benefit of governmental that was good and holy you'd never go .- businessmen face in the struggle for To swing the deal we made a modest Yo may recall someone once said the

federal" or otherwise. bounty, long in second place with John F. Kennedy. survival in the ever-thickening jungle of down payment and picked up a Ving-siz noises of history are mad by wooden "

You won't remember us, but we first During that period we were editing a government repression. mortgage. Modest I is the word, for newspaper sabots marching up and down the stair

IMt in Senate office metropolitan newspaper and beating the t people seldom accumulate much way of time.
you your
just before the 1960 Convention on CapitolHill The drums loud and hard in your behalf. That said, permit. to state oir cuss: in the way of worldly goods. Their pay To you the. presidency of the greeted

Those things are history now. We men- After 30-odd years of big-time new*. Is adequate, never princely. (Continued on Pag 6))

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area en Florida West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Garden, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte
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By SAM DH.LONAn

Roadside Tax RatesUnchanged almost-casual commentby
0 04r'pq City County Commissioner Ma-

sel C Houston virtually mesmerized -
\ area directors of the Venice
,. Park Proposal Under Area Chamber of Commerce
ja sera at Monday night's board

Before ChamberThe i {. r I ail Brohard's PlanVenice meeting A moment. of stunned silence

Y''A'rIONWIDE vttaw ,xte ( iiv greeted the bombshell announcement
'l? I 1 k by Commissioner
n first near-definite pro 1{ 11 i arfS city taxes will remainat Huston that the chamber head.
posal for the lon-talked.about 18V4 mills again this year if quarters on the Trail at the
roadside park between Venice e City Council approves Mayor north city limits will be about
and Nokomis was presented to Smyth D. Brohard's proposed six and one-half feet below the
directors of the Venice Area budget for the 1964-65 fiscal level of the approach to the
Chamber of Commerce Monday year north bridge over the inland
night by County Commissioner The only change suggested waterway.
Maael C. Huston. by Mayor Brohard In the city' Huston said he learned from
Huston told VACC board tax structure was a reduction the State Road Department the
members that H. P. Curtis, Jt1iX from 18 to 15'/'\ mills in the bridge is to be constructed 16
president of Eagle Point, has operating levy, with the one- feet above mean high water
indicated he might be willingtoo half mill added to the sinking and he showed directors an of.
dedicate four to five acres fund to Increase It to one mill finial SRD map with a detailed
t 4 of filled-in land for such a Brohard said the proposed cross section of the proposed d''
s ry park area "when the time be. t change in the millage will cost humpback bridge
comes appropriate" err the average Venice taxpayer Nine Feet Hither
The South County commission f about $2 in additional taxes The county commissioner
member said the Curtis ,;, ry The small raises in taxes, he pointed out the 16-foot height
offer is contingent upon ap r explained comes from the fact will raise the center of the
proval of an application to the "' y that Homestead Exemptiondoes north span over the canal ap.
county commission for permission .r not apply toward the debt proximately nine feet above
to change the bulkhead service levy. the present elevation of Highway
line on both sides of Highway The mayor said he was recommending 41. And he went on to note
41 in the Eagle Point area and the added one-half the south abutment of the proposed
fYhob DJ auo.bine Pr./ fill In submerged land with mill for debt service because bridge will lie almost ina
Ann Holmes perched spoil from the Inland water "the sinking fund Is getting a straight line with the north
girl Kelly ,
Guide
PLUG for Venice as the home cover bandolier photo by Bub Obendorf) "
way. little skimpy. Mayor Brohard wall of the chamber building.
pachyderm as
here a ponderous
of'The f Greatest Show on Earth'' was aired pertly at atop the Venice beach for the unique Hearing On June tHuston ARMED FORCES DAY is Saturday and the U S Coast Guard said the city's financial picture Huston further poin/ed out
she posed
>Per network television Monday afternoon on this vear' Venice Area Chamber of said the first public Loran Station at Venice Air Base, generally closed to the public otherwise is excellent and on the SRD drawing that the n
'n' daytime "To Tell The Truth" quiz show, cover on booklet. hearing on the application for will hold an open house from .9 a.m, until sunset The he described the budget as present entrance to the chanv.
rtitured guest on the show was 1964 Visitor's Commerce the proposed bayfill and bulk- theme is "Power for Peace." Chief David R Cheyne and his realistic. parking area will Inter
head line change will be heldat staff will conduct guided tours of the installation and coffee Brohard also urged Council sect at a point on the south I.
9:0: a.m. Tuesday, June 2. will be (Continued
served. on page 2) (Continued on pare 2)
In the county commission
Water Plant Expansion chambers.

The county commission I

spokesman urged that all i Reef 'Re-Tired' I
South Countians interested in Project
Growth the proposal pro and con make
Matches City's an effort to attend the public
made it clearhe
Huston
hearing.
attendanceboth More than 2,000 old reef twice as large as originally circular in contour with a The artificial reef according
na In view of the interest shownby was soliciting favoring the bile tires have been planned. Dr. Luck said the marker buoy in the center of to the Jaycee spokesman will
of the revolutionary from (
By W. EARL AUMANN cause of the water treatment the public in the operation proposal and persons those opposed to by the Venice Jaycees lutomo-I I reef will be 1,000 feet long, instead the open side facing the shore I be located due west of the
ture artificial of 500 feet, and semi line. beach 1m.with .
'Venice could not have wait- the most modem )in of the new water treatment It. proposed pavilion, directly in
plant authorizedto in the mile ... ... ,.. .... .. the Venice
1 mother day in expanding the state of Florida a res.! plant, Hamilton was "That's the only way your Gulf one nautical .. v woven water tower.
>r "water supply," Chairman dent chemist, paid for by the arrange for a number of county commission can vote intelligently due west of the new Venice '."" The marker buoy will be of
tours of Beach PavilionSpearheading, '" styrofoam construction, about
dud> Hamilton told members personally conducted on the proposal, : .::
the Venice Water Board all the new water facilities said Huston. the project Is i"W1 eight feet in length, with a
edgy< night The water board also voted Huston suggested the park Dr, Luther Luck Jaycee president &_ r fiberglass skin Approximatelyfour
\ctmg water works superin- FILL YOURBUCKETS unanimously to recommend to should be "a Venice.Nokomui and general chairman of feet of it will\! be visible
dent the Venice City Council that the reef committee. Cochairman above the waterline
John Sobosky had Just Continued on 2) /
( page
; Sobosky be appointed superintendent with Dr. Luck is G. H. County Maintenance
Wed
the :
had pumped
record city of the waterworks and (Serge) Williamson of the It is this buoy, which will
high of gal- /
111 in April and 17,671,000 that 51 new James C. Lindsey assistant Grouper Snooper Scuba Diving ; cost an estimated $250, that the
at starting Pickets Club. county has agreed to maintain
lent! 34 fire The Venice city water sun- superintendent a Union
users
and new
Council Dr. Luck told Venice Area if the Jaycees should become
touts had been added in then ply will\ be turned off at midnight salary of 4300. ap f
four tonight (Thursday) un- proved this action at it. Tues Chamber of Commerce directors 1 insolvent or for any other rea
"Instead month of keeping this ahead year. of til S a.m. tomorrow (Friday day night meeting School Job Monday night the Sarasota F son should be unable to con.
County Commissioon has tinue with the project. Estimated
connect! has been acting
demand while workmen Sobosky
for water wear )
to be city IS-Inch main with superintendent since the resignation Workmen from AFL-CIO agreed to guarantee maintenance jAf coat of the reef itself was
hit, our city just is keeping growing up so the the existing new 10.Inch main at of Orville Ives on April Laborer Local 1240 with headquarters of the reef and be the $2,500 before enlargement of

j," Hamilton said. Tamlaml Trail and Turin 1, 1963, and IJndsey has beenon at Lakeland picketed responsible local governmental the plans
the at authority for the project.The Dr. Luck said the enlargedreef
basis during school construction jobs
However a1ase \ an hourly
he reported that Street.If i ii ir
and Wednesday trustees of Florida's Internal will require an estimated
last six months probationery Venice on Tuesday
i of water
expansion needing
d $566,000 you'll be make period. Soboskj holds a stat in protest over payment Improvement Fund i.000 concrete-weighted tires,
modernization hours
program during those than (I1F) the sponsorshipof along with concrete
class C water license and the of wages allegedly lower require scrap
I" been practically complet- sure and draw off a few pot- holds college a governmental agency blocks, concrete tile and other
1 with to new assistant a union scale.
the of thee midnight
exception [lulls before such concrete debris.
degree in chemistry George Jamleson, presidentof before they will approve
water treatment plant All night. the reef The tire will be strung together
the $100,000 BudgetIn the Sarasota-Manatee Building a project, according to
been heavy construction works other business, the wale Construction Trades said project chairman. in units of three, held
d the completed, he Bald, ,- 'I. board adopted a tentative the laborers have not been receiving State, Federal OK with steel rods and concrete,
'1\atic installation\ of the au- equipment manufactures, will budget of almost $100,000 for the established rate of Approval by the IIF and the giving the smaller fish a placeto
1h machinery will go remain on duty at the plantfor the fiscal year 1964-65, subject, $205 an hour. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, hide and grow.
now at a much morel number of weeks to see to approval of city council. Lamb Construction Co. of along with other state and fed. i VACC directors voted to en-
Plant pace that a everything Is running Since this Is only slightly more Tampa is the general contras eral agencies, is required because dorse the project adding the
lie also More Modern be- smoothly. than the present budget and tor for the new school con- the reef will be located 4 chamber to a growing list of
reported that City Clerk Harry W Hager has itruction.. inside the three-mile limit, Venice area civic and service
I projected the yearly earning of Dr. Luck also noted that the clubs and the City Council.Dr. .
the water works as $110,000, the Venice City Council Indicated Luck noted that a desire
(Kash-KarrV Buys Breezeway members felt this wa a con WEATHER its support of the project by for such an artificial reef has

in therocerymeat servative figure High Low Rain contributing the $50 filing fee been demonstrated in recent
(Raeh and Karry, a subsldi- Muse, who has been for 39 All expense of the waterworks May 8 87 64 for the application to the IIF month by numerous area fishermen
? of Tampa Wholesale Co., business including the retire- 7 86 63 ward. Council declined to un- He said it was becauseof
GONDOLIER May
III aSSUme active ownership years, told The with ment of outstanding bonds May I 85 61 dertake the maintenance re- this that the Jaycees decided
d management of the Breeze hat he owners.seated or at one comes from the revenue of May I 83 64 iponsibility, however since to spearhead the project. I I','
sty Supermarket on Monday i the new here the water works. Not one cent May 10 85 M municipalities can be held (dondoHw hole kf Bok O'-dorfl' The Jaycee president said
The agile of the market was of their other outlet of ad valorem taxes can be 64 liable for damage whereas the endorsement by the various I
85
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Bounced Saturday by Mr A sale on many grocery used for the upkeep or expansion May 11 67 counties cannot. LET'S GO FISHING Winsome Lois White, Miss Venice of groups will be included with .
d Mn. C. J. Muse, who pur-I produce and meat items and beganat will\ of the water system.: May 12 85 The Jaycee president said 1164, makes a fetching angler as she gets ready to catch the the application to the trustee t j

alee! It from Charles D
last September, __ continue





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TWO THE GONDOLIER I THURSDAY MAY ,u, nq

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I City Tax Rate ROADSIDE PARK Hospital Report HIGH BRIDGE Rawles MemberOf I OBITUARY

(Continued from
1))
page ADMISSIONS. (Continued from pep 1) 'Golden Rule'Rawles I 1RVIN HERBERT!

community park maintainedby April III t I..... II f........ Vmlr., : JONfij
(Continued from page 1)) dated master plan and an approach places Donald Qapp who resigned the people of the Venice fcAi-m G. Nerd.. Vmtlr: Dnmthr. ,BrownNohonl approach to the bridge approximately Irvin Herbert Jonc,, ??
koml.' Sh.r
: *: Mary EIII""" N one-halt Funeral Home, 225 Columbia
:1 six and feel Ave
plan before it can okay several weeks ago for Nokomla area." And he went M U Morrbnn. Vmlrv, Hlldi ftiniiiOtr Osnrr' ), du'd
1 to consider expediting the proposed any improvement to the airport personal and buaines reasons on to urge having G.... : G.,, tHlffl. KokomltApril below the highway level at that W Miami Ave., Venire, and 98 Sunday at Sarasota Mem
at".t't: 1t1.1. Mw"IL' Enl..ad, I Rah GI.I Dearborn St Englewood, ni
Hospital
extension of South Harbor W .
point.
property. The Council in other action: any ideas on should be Needier. Vwl.l. Wes 8".hl. 0.
Drive through the airportto ef The IS foot height for the has been officially notified of
Construction the mad also Established a $50 occupational Incorporated in the park contact He was
,,
a paintms
V.nkn"
Ml fetihm Umtwrt fellow.
the south boundary of the involves obtaining right of; license fee for trailer parks him within the next weekOr H"' .e.l l fUblnrton. Enilmond, Batv lIAr north bridge was demanded by its acceptance into the and salesman Bop i contras

municipal airport property way to cross a corner of the from one to 25 spaces, with $1 10 days PAblnftan Bnvlvwonri, ,. .t Paul. ftnln..., the Venice City Council at the ship of the Order of the Golden ville Pa., he later 1 in Mary.
V.nlr.Oktrlm
OrMital lived
The mayor recalled an agreement Coast Guard Loran Station extra for each additional occupied Use Right Of Hay If Roet. H.bacy H rl ,r Nokomli Old. I Eve: time the four-way canal com Rule an international organi risburg, Pa. from In lIal\

with the West Coast Inland property Councilman Ralph space. The county official said the M_ VmlMl' Ion. B...h. O,>prrrAIM .: promise agreement was reach nation of funeral directors he came here U which CII,

Navigation District and Anderson sad he felt the Referred to City Attorney M. State Road Department has in- *, EnltewoMl Homo: .VoilMI, Sum John P.,..,McWIIHUM North ed between the city the West The affiliation was gained Mr. Jones Years ago
pointed out that the city was master plan problem was a A. Bras-well from dicated it might be "willing to p.. CAumtel, Jana BoIh. N.... Coast Inland Navigation District only after Rawles Funeral was a
a request ... and onfe
.. .... past
given 18 months to completethe I minor one and that the plan Albert Payson of Tarpon Center approve the use of a portionof SCI Fc.a ""_1..Dt .1.. V..loo'' N..n the State Road Depart- Home received approval of Lodge 301 master !

proJect. He said the agreement the city already has could be' for a proposed change in its right of way for use asa Mar It B.h, CM Fire, Nokomlaltbr ment and Sarasota County, many Venice people who are F&AM, past diS\rit't\

which would give the updated easily "with our own the bulkhead line in front of part of the park area if maintenance ,,Venlwi Olrl Boetrlirht John Refonar, Oapreri, Warm Karl Warn Mln.- Originally the agreement in a position to speak with authority Twenty-fourth deputy grand master of the

erty $80,000 toward construe talent" his home on Robert Bay. and upkeep were guaranteed .,.j ffprlnfal. Barrr Thompaen, Noko"altr called for the north "span to be on the subject of Florida Masonic LIMHM
.
tion of the road, ia now fouror by someone else. a former Boy
Go-Ahead feet
Given constructed 12 above Scout
Also referred to Braawell an It Ralph Martin. Nokoml.! Marrjld mean Funeral director.members. of leader of Mil
five months old. HU Iaaid he believed it Wh-.d.. N.h P.-'t ('h..I0.... (_ high water Council at a rvvUle, Pa,
Mayor Brohard was given application from: Tropical Cabs .., special the Order selected for theirablllt member of
would be idea to ga Oolllna Fnffl roodi, l land JmklnaNokomM are Woodmen !
Brohard said! he Is "a little the go-ahead to take the necessary of Venice for a taxicab franchise a good : moll, Rob.rU. Vmlr., .I meeting however adopt..dresolution i the ideals nf World in Maryvuia"' nlt| th.
concerned over the timing"and step to obtain approval back to the SRD in about three .bu...l Ramolikr. North Port rharhtui, a to be added to the worldwide; : and tII!
.., this organization' i Maryville Church
,
council weeks with a large-scale park Alma' Mortan. Laurel N. TolaonNtrolt of God
J he asked for aPproval I from the various governmental Set June I at S for Nick.I H.IM Roue. NokomliMer four-party agreement callingfor which has been in existence for Survivor .-l .
jl In pursuing the matter I agencies p.m. a plan I 11 Erlm. Rnlwta, VmlMl, UnaImftf a 18-foot height for the : in lije hi. 11'1', ,
: The said he public hearing on the proposed VACC directors turned the 1 Vmleei, Elltebrth: MeCarthr. more than three decades Mrs Ruth Jon n da' '
further mayor lrP i
The mayor also administeredthe rezoning of Block 103 from R.1 the chambersCommunity FnMA, i..e.rd Tr.., .' span. Miss "
to Evelyn J
project over : Notification of the firm's
.
learned from the Federal Avi\ Mar 41 Carl Claaa/ Vanloa i Ptr Coa.Iran The thinking of the Councilat one and three,
I oath of office aa new city to R-3. I Planning Committee Vmln Undrnra level, Oiprrrltra I membership was made by let brothers Lester M ,, !!
lion Agency that approval from prosecutor to Ralph Thomaslocal Authorized the signing of a beaded by Director Frank i Fimtor. venial,:. ; Gerard Kirn 1 No.ntmto the time of the resolution ter from the executive directorof Maryville. Chart s Jon

that agency will require an up- attorney Thomas rem utility relocation agreementwith I Sovereign The committee includes lid Ic .ream t k.reell: .. Nokomia.Mar Thompson. Nokomia" | Don- ; apparently was that the added the Order, who stressed the Emola, Pa. and Jones Clarr.ct of!

the State Road Depart. Earl N P. Rawles, C. It Nina M. Devla, Nokoml.! four feet In height would not distinction Rawles Funeral Jones of Harrisburg

ment in the vicinity of the pro C. (Chips) Johnson, William Mart' J R.Turoott Uifl North Enrlewoodl Port Charlotte, Father IOladra necessitate such frequent open. Home holds by being acceptedFor The Rev Edward

posed north bridge over the Toole and Jaycee liaison ]nember Oeort. .W. Cummlnri. Venlo. >| Jan BWhlddel > ing of the bascule as would the membership, since ordinar. First Baptist Church Owen 01

c g'Ul9JorM\ Inland waterway John Johnston Nay it'V=' f.. All. ,. NokahlP 12-foot span. ily but one funeral directing conducted the tune il\, Osott
f Endorsed the proposal of the The chamber! also endorseda h sop All... N.hombt Clan' Jam. 'Unnnecessary KrnM
Firm in each
community can at Rawles ,,
i Fuller )
Venice Ve., 1I Hlo brook. Ensle.ad I IJo. HrrneC'ap-
Jaycees to construct: an recommendation by the Lee W.Ik.r' Boa Orand.i. Edward Commissioner Huston con belong Moreover, the require el Tuesday ass. '
2U Netomia Ave. Venice artificial fishing reef in the County C-C to give Highway 41a ........... V.sN. ,, Madrlln Platt Noko.to tended at Monday's VACC ments are such that only those Rev L V. De. ted by *
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[ B LVoal. *: Ruth PHbnuii, I rt' cd
Gulf, one mile due west of the
dual designation as Highway Saraiotai Canl Arthur. N.....".. board meeting that the added Firms of high ethical standing of Osprey Church of
etues. 41 and H from Palmetto south Mar fl 101....... II.,... Vmle., I DonId height was "tacked on un In the profession can attain the Graveside servic Cod
Authorized $100 contribution .1 1 Katkrr Btolrwoodl' I-na St rlin>. I at Mam
a : National Park.In
to Everglades
v......, tklki. II.K....... Pnflrwoodi, .. necessarily distinction of membership sola Burial Park, Oneco,
to the Jaycees toward the other chamber action' a Mo.... Vonl.., Brao De JOT v..,.., "1 still declared Hutton conducted VeIl ,. were
purchase of fireworks for the A $100 contribution "was Mar 1, R.l'. RotM NokomUl, Roy say, The Order lays particular by s Lodge; 35,
W. Mot, Fnitton, "that 12 feet high is all F&AM with The Rev
annual Fourth of July celebra- voted by the board to the Van. Vtnlo.1 Rut' tngl stress on the necessity of providing Charles
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Phone 488.2291 w.eL is Ricker of
Hot Ambulance Service that Sarasota
24 necessary
tion. ice jaycees toward the purchase Mar It William >, Ftothar. AndOTaoi, service to humanity at assisting
Purchased a second-hand polisher of fireworks for the annual I.... But he added "I'm not goingto the time of need that Is modern -

SEVEN GOOD RULE for the city's ahuffle- July 4 celebration Mar Mar, I.I'..., ROM Willi.Btnrardaon.... NoVomlilVralo.1 'Todd .1B. ., object too loud and get Into and comprehensive, and it Emperor Haile Se'assic: of

board court at a cost of $50. Acknowledged receipt of Bldby. V.s.I., : -II Luburr. Enilantlnroad. an argument with the city on the same time to moderately Ethiopia traces his
I. Be diligent' in prayer every morning end evening. 2. Authorized the purchase ofa invitation from the Venice ..o.dl, Mw Rid._.. EII.I..ood, MIM.n4 it. I'm not going to get into priced that it is within the ancestry
an :225! rulers
& D.nn. Nokanle. Baby GI.I 11'11. through of that
Never spend a moment in mare Idleneu. 3. Restrain your car for new City Planning Area Veterans Council for II.,. V.'oo, need G.... Entlt.nM' that kind of hassle" reach of all even those in try to M nelik I coun.
natural appetites within th. bounds of temperance, avoid cost ...... Mb,. V..>I.., 11I..1110 Wl.t 1 traditionally
director Tom Slider at that
a VACC directors to attend the He suggested, however the most humble circumstances the son of King Scmon:;) and
a.lf-indulg.nc.. 4. Overcome every temptation to anger or of $1,250. annual Memorial Day service Mar 111 Wanda God/,..,. Mokom.i the Chamber might attempt to the Queen of Sheba,

ill will. 5. Undertake nothing from a selfish" motives or Agreed to subordinate sewer from 10:30: to 11:30: a.m. at Alle. Laurwl Bea-llnier;, Prleellla. Vmlm, a Theodora 1.> .._.Denfele. En.rlrwawl .. work out some solution to the

personal I ambition. 6. Never intentionally/ do anything that and paving liens to the SRD on Veterans Park on May 30. : John Soanke, Enrknrood i Km. problem with the City Council. -

displeases the Lord or grieves the Holy Spirit. 7. Seek opportunities property along the Venice ByWay Accepted a recommendation Rrth\ ....Enttoweodf MrDonrall, Fnf Rnirr lewond. F Bowman! B.... Frankly," said Huston "I

of malting sacrifices for the good of others. which will be taken for by the publicity and advertising venN$ William' C Adrian. Vmto. | Anna think the people of the Venice
right of way for the proposed committee: that a Con'trect M Olemvrt. ..'.... area should do something

Off Strut; Art Available To All! Regardless I by-pass road. for publication of the Mary Mar t I5.6.1 Go. Nokomli. Hutrrtt t Cbrretal Venire. Joel-] about it" Attention Drivers!

J 1965 Visitor's Guide be executed ann., Venket Ruth _Rime.! Englrwoodl. The county official who also
....
000 below .
William r. Enilnroodi: BalahSaoafeia
of financial Circ.msfoncem Every the with Sunshine Press a..... Is the commission member I
surface of the earth the tem- Assigned the marine committee .
the WCIND board said
i Lind twkaa aad Dorid. DISCHARGES on
perature rises approximately 1 headed by Director Jack Anon. fI, Pri..III. '..k..... )1.1.: State Road Department officials is MAY
15 degrees Fahrenheit. Riehl to investigate the possl WOOd: Neap R..a ,Ihp/nail/ Nn.. Indicated it might alreadybe
.. ..,.
d mil J.dlw As V. Loehr M.
conetrtlction
b il'!flea !Or ;; : hoar. V.. .. t too late to change the plans YOUR BIRTH MONTH?
In the Venice area April Mi nonaa .
fishing pier G51n. Nokombl' for[ which bids are to be askedin
,
CliarlM tlaqacmbourc laxplrad), >oko-
Kit. E.*Una LIeo. OipnrMar August this year

94a1 7a4fe (4 ?tat E WATER PLANT PuT.il; 1 Vmla.1 Jana! Marr R.ldi.r Flllott,I Nokomia' Nokomlii t Eva' "But they didn't" say it very IF SO, please check your driver'sfcense.

(Continued from page 1)) LMtw. Ma. Paler. Mmphl. Ton: emphatically, said Huston,
Jamai Iman. V.I. Hilda _.'". felt
adding that he a request
A revolving fund ((01 a little Fmle..l, Harro tmltk April 1)) Vela from the city might be consld may
!more than $15,000 on Mar 1 1 Inaaaa Dill......, "......! ered.
has been let aside to financenew ,
Paol Cainaa BOM Grudi Doll Hard-
-1- water lines in the future van Port Charlotui' Sharon MorrlaonV A motion by VACC director
of .iie.i. William Tarlor V.nif.i, Muuu Jack Riehl calling for a resoution -
assured new
.. ... so the city: to V.tri. ".. ., th'. Muaolf Enflrwood.Mar .
..... .." pa.yMAi.'rfrrr. asking City Council to
51ara.r.a.Pi1'tM ? needed Hamilton It .
water mains a* Carte SeoddR (raplnd' ), Nakomia JOHN T.GRAHAMSarasota
reconsider the height of the
RUG SERVICE explained. Mar It Rarrr no._. MokomUl,
Bridge failed for lack of
HOME FURNISHING The board also recommendedthe Willa' V.II' Baa. Bora Grand.! Nanrr a
enclosure of a ground tor- TolM 1 tMroIti, HMn Fry.. Nokoml.1ton. second Individual directors County Judge
PATIO SHOP Bea. 01.1, hy., Nokemhl' 81 R.b.. said
afterward however they
FREE DECORATING age tank and certain machinery t...... Enelw.dI' labp Bay Babin..
in the rear of the water Eiulewoodl Fred Powell Part planned to discuss the matter
ACCESSORIES Oiarlottei s.I, Rote. Nokomli traait members of the council.
with
S GIFT IDEAS plant as a safety measure 8m..... V........
Mar 4t Nelll D.... Mokomlat. Hamld' ,
s..., Vmlaai. Lad.,. _.....h.. Ot. I
.
CARD OF THANKS ,... B.br Girl. Boatrliht. Oipnv
1 whe I* Mat. Dr. Dee Aaxtln.ana. man.. London" Venleet, ......, H..-
.. and henritaj, atalt for thee rtara. v.,.. Either. Gramwar N.k1 ..
3ittHOUSE .MUaat rare, whO..t.h. h..4teLAba sob, loll. 11I.11'1111... t..oocI'. Joha
.t.... tkanka far own,. _..... !Jo.I_, Wilbur Stone, v....
earth and U'.. earn. .. ,MIa .lee, tea OprMi" Vmloa
Ttaaka ala t* ., grant a4ntor Ma. It Alma M....... Laurel I '.....1
for M... err *.tee tklnl. Aer Rentelikr North Port Charlotte, Ethel,
did. v.... can he peal. ee the Youne-. Vmloa.' Leonard Treoa, Vmloi,
OF FURNITURE ....1..' and auff N .... William Mn.. .. Vob., EllrabMh
MRS. HARRY tUTtNWAT" MeCarthr. v....., June Conetr. Noko.mm .
N k.mla, P;.. .. Ullian" Da.I_, North. Port Charlotta. -
421 S. Tamtam] Tr. VeniceAt .
Venice Center Mar It Florme. Blikop" Kokomku'
Stopping Marr Bra kle, Vrale*| Pea Coot.....
ALLENConvalescent v.,.... John Barn.,. Nokomia. Lliaa-
IT r and beth .....kll.. Nokomh: Carl GlVmleel ....
island' Jmklni. Nkanlal,
I Catherine Miller. V..I.., Eve Moore,
SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 75 YEARS Nursing Home Vmle.., | Rarlcr Old. Venloti Ctephm.
24 Hoar Naming/ Service; p..... North Port Charbl.t. Ell WL..r !.
Eaabwond, D.abr Brvwa Note.n4. ..
Phone Venice UJ-f7OZ .
j I SIT rONCB 01 LION A Y1L MI, T, )(1... Day! Nokanbi. '.....
n. Iwl.. Oaprari Gladra Luff.. ....- ..
...dI, Cora Norton, v..... trc: l !I __
Thom....., NokomtaMar /'el _..osJ_
It Donald r..n>.r. Nok......,
.
""*,.. Breast Vnlet Ion. Buih 0.p. .*
.." III.... Hinabrook. .. Enflrwoodl' An. JI
to Holima. V.nlet v... Jwup ..
I., Rash, .......... Smith V.nlc. .l
11'..... II..... North Port Ch...........
Mar II Gvraldln. All.. Vonl..,
Come Sw..C0rrre Sav9.MCome Now... Braart nI.... Eniltwocpdl Erlm Bobartt -
Vcnlaai. r U.km Rotaa, Nukomla.
Mar Ie, Brar DWor. Vmlo., Rtttk

la Rambler's Spring Selling' Spree! .Flbrmi.... 111 ire Raraaotai. Donad Nokoal.Mar Loa.!(...,,-Foot. Enclrwoodl, Oaprarl I
i ave ....-. Nokomtoi. Jam*> ,I
; W.lkw' Boea Granda.
dhr Mar III Fatliar C.... Cnmralnm, II
V.nK t W.nda Onlfiwr. NokomiaMaurio ,

r .mad* ..;T'v'RJl: \ Vmt. Prltton I earlW.M. 1 the Affiliation of
t Vmle. i Jan Wklddan. Vela
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Births RAWLES FUNERAL HOME


i 4 KOftRISOV Mr. and 111... r ".,... dogh.r. KrIo.l.ft '-.. Har 225 W. MIAMI AYE VENICEENGLEWOOD
'1 \ T:
"tNlII': 'J"I. k
and 'h. W 96 W. DEARBORN AVE.
Sr, .*-. ... Jrim. WIIHui (.kr I
!. ... Jr.. .... A.rl| in 4:Mntm .... 4
Mr ..nj Mrs. Bothy Nokomti,
4uiht. r.trto;. A... rrr, .bore Mr I
I, lilt. ..... nit it i m important innouncetnent kcanM membenhip -
OAT-RIGHT. tfr. >wl lira AlWt BOiprar ..
tenrhter. Caralrii F.1.l BotMrSt in the Order u open only to funeral directors
IN4 .boa M., 1. ale.,. ...
!t i' n 'I' ALLEN. M,. ..< ]N,. Kmintk L, I of high professional standing; it U a distinction shared
VIII ... .
} ft I ipM Nokomhi nit nuud M 7., .born
Mv. e. 14. am.WILLIAMS. by carefully selected funeral director throughout the

I, Mr ud Mn' fenrn W., ilk world.
!, Vnl.. dutbUr. I.Di. Mari. Wllllinu,
t tI 1 ton M.. 10 ills L.. for mbrnhi be
I : 'I,: An application cannot pawd

upon by the Order itself; membership i i. granted only

: : : l GOODBUY600DG after the Order bw made direct contact with thoM

i tI' it who art in the best potsibk position? to know whether,

/ the applicant it worthy; families nerved and the buei

I'' S) lieN and professional men of the community in which
Popular, handsome, ATAl11ARYaeeaee
I j ,It y;; extri roomy Clsttic 770 Hardtop A J the applicant lire*

,I i'I 7 The Symbol which appears below it the Identifying

""I Check the Classic VoSs and Sixes, mOlt popular of all Americans! They're all at very special savings during INSUla"! emblem of membership and all users of this Symbol)

I Ramblers. They're equipped-at no extra cost-with Rambler's big Spring Selling Spree Right now you can are J pledged to give modern, comprehensive service, to

"f" extra-value features like Double-Safety Brakes (separate own a Rambler for lets than you ever thought possible! Advise wisely and keep all charges moderate.

q braking systems for front and rear wheels), time- The Order it happy to present and recommend .

I I'' h: l defying Ceramic-Armored exhaust system Deep-Dip Test the BestGoRAMBLER r thai firm to the people of this community the surrounding I

: :; I t'' rustproofing right up to the rocfline, many morel c territory, and take pride in nuking this public t

{ .i Come where the buys are! Nods the time to lave V 8 OR 6 i announcement of the appointment.

......
i "oney-reaJ money-on any Rambler: the luxurious )[1

Ambassador V-8s popular Classic V-8t or Sacs thrifty NO.11N COMPACT-CAR SALES

i F. '3. > 'f..JS' i

NIK' AUTO. UK I FIRE INSURANCE .


Hugh G. McPherson 1 SERVILr i
l WOLFER MOTORS INC. ?tuum.

( 253 S. T rni.mi Trail :< 4Ru1e"g"frI'Nlim1lll6'l1lili
irl.t, )rtor utII-the i[ (Salbcn( ;

; 1 915 S. TamlamI Trail Venice, Fla. Ph. 4S3-4547 cutest C k u {/ 1im,, T "-['0unu l'lJJd


STATE FARM 4

in Watch the Dantly ( ,..Show CBSjy,Wednesday evenings < liwinnc' Com.*"... .4. olIO
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THE GONDOLIER I "GE'THR.E

IIS1St"ESD,, RE"7

Nokomis(' Nettings e att ruYmrffaxau


Bj MARY ALICE MlRRA-

Phone 4R8.5439ur LMLL11

Mrs. John Foley.
and War back when' So if there
e et, Nokomis any be sure to arc
JCld' h,Sire guests moat of loot pleas. give me ring VENICE SHOPPING CENTER WEST VENICE AVENUE

ll, '*icir friends, the Clarf
Flowers" now residents
II ighCampaignIanager
5,n l l' Grand weather RESTAURANT SPECIALSTHURSDAY

t ,'onp 11'.0- NamedJim

f! hi,'r <>f Mr and
Rinehart
The of Laurel has SATURDAY'DEL
Mrs. Robertri FRIDAY
Jone
.y Al n been appointed South
Saraaot
Ii her three children County ,4
I chairman of Mayor n
'" here n week and re : Robert King ,
High Campaign MONICO NOODLE MEAT
all'l'' Mother Day for Governor TUNA &
the hearts of the
Rmenart
:1' was appointed tat f '
by
'1"" were the rhil Id. HII/h'a ,
"I Sarasota r/
County chair I STEAK CASSEROLE LOAF
K nand Gregory. three man Robert J. Carr ,
;r,,", ,j n< and infant Albe Persons wishing to obtain
t going home toke High'a literature for diatnbu
\ this week, A lively lion and study are asked to call 97( 82( 82(
c1- it this past week or no Rmehart at either 4884159 or
I h I'e mHll In in It 4381H94 Literature may also RR
't f+ missed when they be obtnmed at the Democratic

"av -0- i Avenue Headquarters where on the West telephone Mijmi: "'Wwy w Complete Sunday Dinner 99c

\r( Mi s John Johnston" number is 488'M08StotaisAtVHS +, 5
n\\ Mother Dav away from -
,kom it Inverness. the
'ff of Mrs Johnston s moth LAVORIS MOUTHWASH 56c
/
Mrs Gorge Condrey So
t to t ,'t the family get! .to-

they vi complete n Mr her Johnstnn'q'lthpr added To Be Given NewDriver's 155 or. boHl. 89c tit.
(
.' A'l"Mrs" ,day John ws Johnston had bneather \' MASTER MONSTER MAKER Nine-year- contest from which the winning entry will go MOTH BALLS 19c
old David Theen of Venice Gardens first
th, adding to the Course won into national competition for a crack at first
price this week for his model of "The Mummy prize a trip to Hollywood David completedhis
of It.
auto .-o in Toyl nd'I Master Monster Maker" monster with just one hand after the 1 1.11.. boa 37c sits
--
'd Mrs. Lvle MallHoonvf \ Students nt driver eduoatw contest sponsored by the Aurora Plastics other was hurt in an accident with a power -
Mr ''at Venue High) School will Corp, manufacturers of plastic model kits. lawnmower
bron residence occupying the Har I have a new booklet to assist DAvid's monster will be entered In the state CAROID and BILE SALTS 72c
Ch! !Ik this past them in their studies this
rt m their yearly trek to

t''II''a Mr for a Malldoon 10-dav ctnven comes. let spring Drivers,Titled" the pocket Tips, -From size book.Pro I Tax On Smokes.) 1 Races Paid Cit Gasoline Tax Bob!. el 100 -_$1.23BUFFERIN.il.

is published
oft i 1" 'ir and Mrs. Mull service by oil as a public CI arelte smokers in Venice tall end with $187.80.
an m
company
,'on r j to Tampa from the helped e-nrichthe city's tress Venice also will receive an TABLETS 79c
..,;. d Island resort which cooperrhon Safety Council with the National urv to the tune of 12819.88 for additional $507; as its current Goes Sky High
'r m':her and father the A New the puff.sticks they consumedin share of the state a race track
York nixkesman for Bottle ef 100 $1.17 tics
'v C'' Iks operate Fnh March. tax fund.
the
company said HO copies of Gasoline tax collections in
"I' tndng md do their Florida bv H Dale Rogers, Venice of the State Beverage Depart. Green said checks totaling $34. soared above $13.0(10() ,000 for the BAN DEODORANT 59c
a r in that. High: teacher ment), reports that net cigarette 000 are being/ mailed to each of first time in the history of the
The' perfect weather this Taking a new approach to tax collections throughout the 67 counties The slate official tax
ar. 5t them on the beach teenage driver i education the atate for the month of said the counties have Large lice Roll.On 98e alas
n ., the time so that they Tips From Pro Dmers pre. March amounted to nearly $5 received a total of $212,000 so J Fd Straughn director of -
limed home Sunday with a cents its message in' the teen.er's mIllion. far this year, an Increase of the Florida Revenue Com mission .
al jmmer tan ; own: i language The actual amount collected $111,000! over payments for the said April collections BRECK SHAMPOO 57c

-o- Everyone, the booklet ob statewide, according to Keat tarn period during the previous totaled (13,301,4ti3, n 7.63 percent ;
Mr and Mrs Rirhard Rent knows fiscal ear increase over March 1964
serves teenagers have ing s report was $4 826,737 81 5
and 722 With 39e Cf. Rinse (normal $1.00 sirs
't loft on vaCAtion per cent over April of m ) -
faster reflexes and better vision of which 1478006.16 goes In. The race track payments to ''nst -_
l' rtmation will be River than the older fo!ksK hv to the state general' revenue date also the total year.
'ct V J, with their danghmd then, it asks, are teenage driv. fund The remaining $3.348; of $206800 top received payments by The gas tax amounted toJ17.8j7.577 HOME R89.. G.tl., 99c

r 8On'ln.'a1Ihe Jack ers invoked in twice> as maiv 731 65 will be refunded to the the counties during 1962.63.which $ for the 10'month Permanent Childs or F :;
h:1': n* with whom they
fatal accidents as those over municmalitiea on a d'rel't' ra was a record )'ear. period of the current fiscal Gray :
tut;t the New York World'sair 25' In answer it cites attitude tio to the number of -
Other children of the cigarettes Two more distributions me year, as compared with $111 Nat. Adv Brand $2.00 .i..
and experience then offers sold. to be made, Green said One 177.092 for the same period :
i live In
New
T J ,
rseyI these six basic steps to better Populalionwim, during 1962 63. .
Strasota Straughn pointed
will be June > end the final one
e I
ton miles! Our Ev
many apart LIQUID DayDiscount
driving: cigarette addicts evidently will be June 30. out. The per cent increasewas Maalox ry $1.09
Th'* Schumans have .
arrAnt Gowning behind the wheel puffed fewer of the noxious 564. Pric' *
(for a few shows In New -
is the mark of the amateurpros ; weeds per capita than did Ven
"k and were planning at better. Before you can give you
know The
Ice smokers commission director
r.Jt! o or three visits to ther S Have guts enough! to chicken I have to get and often in getting : pre.
According to Beverage Department dieted the total for the
year
ring' They comfortable were warned walking to out when" common sense In. figures, the city of than you do those have who to work expect harder you --Tiding June 30 should exceed + GAL.
IRONING BOARD
tells mi it s time 10 give Sarasota stands, to collect $54.- COOLER
to $140 million,
!on) and WARM clothes' Never mind whos right. give -
359 60, or just slightly more
re a rood time Laura and for sharing ;
t Highways are than four times the amount 'II'
'(ck Come back here to get not competing If you want to Venice will receive from the KKK LIQUIDS HOT OR COLD .:

KIT !rest) race enter the 500 at Indian. March taxes The population of YOU CM J SAVE % WAYSOn METAL IONSH UNBREAKAILI! DRIPLISJ PLASTIC SPOUT LINERItimrtooFi :.:.::

o- Sarasota in 1960, however, was CONSTEUC
Our Bertha Perkins had apoluThe of and ** s+
relan squeal tire "
virtually 10 times that of the Auto Insurance TIONaerutrsna
voting her this week I roar of exhaust may sound like Venice rot --
Citv of
''r cousins from who needsto I I. NEW LOW RATES [ros'noN. vaan ?
Miami Mr hot stuff to driver
a ,
The only two other Incorporated urea roe wow ass
'd Mrs Henry Calder, from build his ego but they communities in the coun 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS au..n erne .ao., -
'' old home amateur to 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE 69c
town' of New tag him as strictly ty lagged far behind in the rebates :

Means the real pro. with the town of Longboat "
-0- The pro knows from ex 'Key earmarked for $1,. 3 ,
Mr! and Mrs H. W Frost of perience there are some things 41300 and the city of North r9 CDMPAAI 10 COMPARE TO t.
komn, Acres have 'just re"nd bigger than he. He gives in to I Port Charlotte bringing up theshield' v sT.n ruus $1.SO VALUE )"
from a nice months va bad weather poor roads traf AGENCY
.lion. They are from Ontario fie jam*. So you end up crippledor
Y and could be people of Your conch wouldn sendIn disfigured just because Jun. 116 W. Venice Avenue

,:tea' large colony hereabouts a player who had been ior Space Cadet had to put ona Telephone 488-2289 Aluminum Trellis
they! jet close together drinking It goes double for show Get yourself a replacement i SPONGE MOP
"are are the Caseys the Hux driving a half.loaded driverIs I You'11 be surprised how ALUMINUM' TtlUIS
**, the Vandewaters the more dangerous than a easy it is. you doll!" WITH IUltT.IN 20"IOYIR A SUIT PROOf M1TALPI
f!ts. as well as a few oth loaded !gun ROOT PIIOERI, AM I SPONftl MOP.
". To think t never heard of The teenage driver Is reminded I Pin HI H WITH
(DIAL DOA MOPPIN AND
''arlo, New York, till I came too, that It's not the VIINS NIVIR NIIDS
PAIHTIMO AND WILL WAliNG THI FLOOR
re to live and all these and Mar athlete or Big Wheel On LAST AND LAST AND i r
otj more invaded the place! Campus who shows off on the a LAST. COMPAII TO

-oRn road; it'a the "frustrated char I COMPAII TO II.SO VALUES
calls so far to locate 'acter who fails to click any fl.NYAIYI -
"" of my old buddies of where else who tromp downon i
irld War I. Namely Yeoman the gas pedal."
H) who were the counterpart In an aside to the girls. the 293 96

the Waves In WWII, Al booklet has this to say: "Writeoff r5
nigh I know we were a the character who tries to yt
,'one few all over the coun imprcas :you by driving like a
. ', It would be fun to find cowboy Suppose he ends tip by
"e or two whom I did know throwing you through the wind
SHOE SHINE COOLER CHESTS


HOUSE HOLDER GIANT 27 CT. POAM COOLED CHEST PEA.
Fare! ATTICMU I TURIN NEW SAFETY ftllP HANDLES. PER
HUNTINGRPSO wi4:' :: tie. DIET POI PICNICS IEACHES. TRAVELING

aWIMG our aw IOATIN4, .
,
rXl WAY
..... CAMPING, .
deal fromECONDCAR /ORAL'i 'a .,.
Get the best car rental .' aNOt. PISHING




M MANY SOUS.tlrtSBS

the only'difference Is the low price ARt DOING. STOFV AND. SIS 93 t

vi FOR' THE BUT IN COMPARE TO TO $2.Af

Offers you MORE Costs you LESS HORTOJUit riNANCINO.VENICE II tl VALHI VALUSS

a FREE Pickup or I e You Save up to 40% n.s IMPOBrANrl :

Delivery e Credit cards honored MIRACLE MESH v AUTO MAT

a Safety Seat.Belts e By the hour, day, BASKET

G Gas Oil Insurance week or month ASSORT-
,
TSU'll. lift ITtv Ic..+Jr MINT 0*
r BUT, net. aY COLORS TOCHOOSI
INS,OP. .Ml IVCNM sm
Drive our New OFFICE VCINON COLANOin *S FROM. FITS ,
9 9 mill Lois. I = MOST CARS e
automatic shift at aeR NOTr'RVnn
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South Tamtami Trail
601
2.door VALIANTS. $3 rauaru.Rnnc
pa balMraV .oL.O iur STURDY HIAVT DUTY
Also, other fine Ne fer 14.... Pea sresNa, ONI PIICI PLOOR

CHRYSLER PRODUCTS ,. .._ sr III"at COVES FOR PULL 94
an ACROSS PROTICTION. 1
TecI tJ C

slightly higher rates.. FIRST J COMPAII,tl VALUU T0>4II

COMPASS TO tl M VAIVI
JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
488.1096 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA
RENT A CAR DIAL ,
,
MAIN OFFICE< SOUTH GATE *T. ARMANDS WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ALL LOCAL PRICES PLUS GIVE YOUS

AUTO CENTER r' & H GREEN STAMPS.
GULF GARDEN 200 S. Pineapple Ave. J550 S. TamUmi Tr 381 Harding CtrcU '
Just bring in the page from the local paper in which the adv appears I'
Center .
V.ne. Shopping RATES: SUMMER and wa will meet or beat any local current price: on any identical item ,
CALL us FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY Member FceVrd Home Loan Batik System '
RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING plus give you free S & H Green StampsURSDAY f I


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FOUg THE GONDOLIER I THURSDAY MAY
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I A/PC/ Club Notes Area NazarenesTo Overbrook GardensBy ; ( E'wood Auxiliary Venice East News s sBy l lFrom



1j BIAJtCCeUTE PETERSON Attend MeetThe MART E. KROUFA Names Directors SALLY STLBBS

If you haven purchase Rodgers, deputy chief of staff
California to Europevia and
The) BPW of Englewood will Madler] glad to be backin relatives tn
your tickets to the Volunteer from Port Charlotte, attendee 50th annual Assembly of were ENGLEWOOD The Englt] Venice come Todd Watkins Fred the ere '
Fir Department Chicken The group voted to purchasea the Florida District. Church of have their annual Installation Florida, wood American Legion Auxill to visit Mrs Watkins, aunt of racuse Burtuucha so Jr !Ilse bah\

Ba becu* on Saturday, May barracks flag and Mr. Sci the Nazarene will convene of officers Thursday evening at -- ary elected three members to Mrs Justine Steussy at he time with they will spend nu'
23rd. melke announced that Sarasota Monday. May 18, at Orlando. the Bay Vista Restaurant on Mr Joseph Machacek ac them and
all them their
by mean get the board of directors at the home on Sandhurst Drive ily, In Buffalo I tan
McCall Kenneth Me
Road to be Mr H.
Officers
The Rev and Mrs C companled they wm
this week Th chickens must County will provide a county: M. kin will '
meeting of the
auxiliary regular The meeting another VII''
Andrews and Mr nd Mrs. Joe installed will be Mrs. Margaret Dougall on Thomas Street to son .
be ordered by the end of this service officer from the Ve th'
The three directors unanimously really' be an aquainting' as John
Leach Mrs, Irene the Venice Hospital Tuesday Edward BurS
a. president
Administration for thevellienl'e Farley will be the delegatesFor )
week and it is to trans
necessary chosen were Mrs Hilda HClir the aunt has not seen her niece Liverpool 1. I,
Scott Mr.. Mr, McDougall entered the N Y
of Veteran and the Venice Church ot the vice-president: they
know just how many to prepare and will
*. Mrs. Frank McCook since she was two years old Mrs. '
Ruth Conder second vice- hospital to Burrough
preparatory an operation
Nazarene. An estimated dates
for. their widow in this area. 1900 two
and president, Mrs Lausa Leach! to be performed toonW Mrs. Ethel Gould, The newly The Watkins are from Bishop, Mrs Kathryn Tehrs
from the MT
laymen
The barbecue bat been a Plans were also] made for the pastors chosen board member willtake Calif, where Mr Watkins 1.i Betty Devin. and
other 102 churches in the FlorIda treasurer: Mrs, Cle Minch, wish him good luck and Their
yearly event ia North Port special! ] Memorial Day services District\ also will be secretary, and Mrs Vera Miler good health afterwards office at the annual Instalation the editor and publisher of a depend on their mOOd return plln,
Charlotte to raise funds to better On Saturday. May 30 the vet. ent from their prey recording secretary: The -0- ceremony to be held on weekly] newspaper and also has will be baCk but lilt
as delegate respective sometime
equip our local firefightingunit. I trans will hold' a Memorial churches husbands are invited a. ,uesta, Mr and Mrs Alfred Govro Monday night June 8th. Five other weekly publicationsIn fall, In ea

Stand behind your fire- Day sennet at 11:15: a.m. in Convention delegate* will Music will be furnished of Overbrook Road and Mr President Mrs. Hilda H. the area ....0-

men in this event. the North:\ Port Charlotte Shop- elect new district officers, and Mrs Harvey Stein of Englewood Clare designated a committeeof They are on their way to Europe Mr. and Mrs, Frank
This tear there will be surprise ping Center and at the close of hear of and were dinner guests arrangements for the Instal to meet their daughter enjoying a surprise Stsne

prizes, alone] with five the service the WW1 Veterans transact report district business.pastors Dr'ohn Mr and Mrs William Holt Sunday of Mr and Mrs, A J. lotion meeting. which will be Toddine who has been studyingand their son and wife, ,visit frol"\\

z I prizes of trading stamps, gasoline .Auxiliary will serve aotfee and L. Knight district super of 1375 Forked Creek Dr, recently Kroupa on Neptune Drive, preceded by a covered dish touring Europe for a year. Mrs. Fred Starr The Mr tai]
donuts The public is invited : entertained with a full Is They will land at International \\011o'1
meals at leading rest au.j ntendcnt, will Dr. Q inner[ The committee at Stun are from Enid
present
j runts and many others. Games, A special Memorial Service B 3. Williamson, general super- course dinner to a few guests Mr and Mrs Glenn McCart follows: Chairman, Mrs MarieL Airport in Miami and had and were" attending Okb

t t music and other surprises are will be held on Sunday, May Intendent, who will preside at They were MilS Ann Lothmanand ney from Cincinnati Ohio, ar- Albright assisted by Mrs planned to take the plan right convention in Miami a. bUllnII..

planned to get set for a good 31. at 2 clock: at the Rest the Assembly: in the First Bap- Mr.. Hulda Lothman of lived Monday to be guests of George Beach! Mrs, Lloyd out of there and land right hereat found they could when. lilt.

.7 time for all the family Come Lawn Cemetery in Port Char. lint Church at Orlando Venice Gardens and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Harris on Simonson Mrs Clark Eccles! the Venice Airport but like days They called th irtJ t:.
Mr, Emerson Gilmore of 139!
V anytime until :3pm. to be lotte with veterans participatng Prior to the Assembly, on Neptune Drive for a few days Mrs. Harry Wyatt Jtfrs Ethel all well laid plans, since the to meet them .t the \
served There will be plenty for from Venice Englewood] Saturday May 16, the three Forked Creek Dr. After dinnerthe They have toured the East Gould, Mrs Norman Coulon flights are discontinued for the Airport. SaraSo:

everyone and you must have a North Port Charlotte and Port annual conventions will get to Canasta.Mr evening,was spent in play. Coast, on over to Nassau and and Mrs Earl Wern, summer months, they will renta --o.-

ticket to be served. Charlotte ether. log came back up the West Coaston Preliminary plans for the car and set some of the Edward and Ollia Trace,.
-o- '
-0- The Veterans of Foreign The Sunday School Convene their way home, unit assisting in the annual country on the way to Venice tended the lIovernnle!

Mrs. Dorothy Schueler] pre- Wars will present the wreath lion will be held In the CherryPlaza Max Miller on Neptune Community Memorial Day ser East else at St. Petersburg Junk erert,
for the Memorial Service in Drive and Mr, T A. HonU of -0- College where
sided as temporary chairmanat hotel in Orlando and he ices were discussed. their meet

e tile first meeting( of the new North Port Charlotte. dele &te. from Venice! will be Englewood wives with entertained Mothers Dav"their Start Due On It was decided that the unit The past weekend was a busy en Ann SHger gradual.tat AI,

University Club which is in the -- Ute Rev C M. Andrews, pas dinner a ns.'aurant will join with the poet In attending one for the James Montgomery though Karen father could
at the
process of orcamrmg here! In The Civic, AMoplation! new' or of the local church, Ed Black Angus the morning service of First Charlotte entertain.ed be present si he I..t.., hk,

our cIty. A number of North city directory for the year 1984S Nance, Sunday School at perm, in Sarasota Sunday NPC Center the First Baptist Church on at a dinner party celebrating capacity as Second Mite 11II.

Port residents, already: mem- 6 with the new emblem on the tendent, and Mrs Mary Biener and -0- Sunday, May. 31st. President! Dr. Jim s birthday The Lykes steamship she did i hi"
Mr Holt
lien of the club meeting in cover is being received with of t Englewood] teacher of the and Mr. and Mrs Mm William Emerson A. I NORTH PORT CHARLOTTEA Mrs. Clare urges all members guests Included their houseguest several relatives present ather
Port Charlotte, are interested enthusiasm the residents Primary class Miss Ethel Bresnahtn, iraduation.' On the
by make effort to at
both shopping center for North 10 a special W
in getting( the club started here of North Port Charlotte. This The annual Missionary. Con. Gilmore cf Forked CreekDrive Port Charlotte before the end From Detroit, Mich, Mr, and side of her family attain,
The wheels of organization! latest Issue boasts two new fea vention will meet In the Or attended a luncheon at tendMM Mrs Stanley Willelts of Grosse the exercises were her
of this assured.Coo.trul'tion grant
Holiday Inn In Sarasota last year appears Herdman, delegate] to
have been set in motion and hires church directory and lando municipal auditorium Point Mich, Local friends and mother and grandfather.
a Wednesday. occasion being is scheduled to the Eighth District auxiliary )lit|
the group plant to organize! at of under the direction of Mrs. The neighbors attending were Mr and Mrs Herman
prominent listing emergeny Sceterenl
the l installation] of officers of start July] 1 with completion convention submitted a detailed :
the next meeting in October at c numbers Any .uggestion. John L. Knight, District Missionary and Mrs Herbert Pfaff, Mr, en aunt and uncle, Mr
in sod
anticipated December.
which! time a nominating committee to improve the content formator President, The ]local the Sara Mana Club. The Sara report on the activities ofthe and Mrs. Don Oleson] Mr, and Mrs G Lau. and on the
Robert Huff 11I1.
general man and announced
Club Is the West COII.tLife conference,
will be appointed. of future editions delegates will be Mrs C M. Mana Mrs Wilbur Funk: and Mr and ternal side. her mother Mr,
scope : ,: for General Development convention
Member Club of Telephone seer: the i Florida State
Andrews president of the local Mrs, Larry O'Brl..n, One of Daisy Seeger and
her
The committee for the bylaws should be addressed to Mildred Pioneers Corp., wrote Mayor Flaviu. will be held In Jacksonville, aunt ing
Mr Darlskl! Mr. missionary society, Mrs. the doctor's fishing pals uncle: the Traceyi
include Hute. secretary, or director -0- Wood, in a letter made publicat June 4-7 Two delegates and
and Mrs. John GladYs Edwards newly elected brought a rake topped with a
Romeyn Vtley Stanley Nelson This new di- .
Monday night. city commission be electedto
Mr and Mrs Ruel Fugett two alternates will
and Mrs. Anita Far- man In boat with fish
a a on
MacCosham Mn.'emone boa president a
to 1J
rectory more pages from' Fort Myers were guestsof meeting that plans attend the convention at the
Tracey will be acting secretaryfor than the "re\"ou issue. dcnotng ley, treasurer. line and a card laying: "The WSCSSetsGeneral
had been drawn and sent to
Mr. and Mrs, James A. next meeting, May 18.
The People banquet one didn't IN
Young you get
the summer and any interested I II[ the steady growth of this contractors for bids. yesterday
and prospective members city. will: be held Friday evening in Hayes on 1828 Bavshore Dr., Favorable action was takenon ." On Sunday the Montgom. ;
contact her at her home, the Cherry Plaza hotel for Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Hayes Huff said among the leases the proposed project to ac- erys were guests aboard the' MeetThe

may 109 Welt Hyde Park Ave., or Another civic project: got un about 300 of the district had prepared a packed lunch, for rpsce already signed Include quire a Legion burial plot in I,, Pfaff host the Tina." on a

s phone 423-1818Thirtyeitrht derway without any fanfare NYPS delegates, and a noon including salad and dessert one for a Kwik-Chek conjunction with Lemon Bay cruise fai the inland waterway Woman Society (1//1/

Residents waiting for the shop- day luncheon for the Sunday and with their guests, Mr. and supermarket Poet and the Veterans Club, to S&rasola. After the trip they Christian Service" of Venct-X
-0- pine bus at North Biscayne School superintendent and Mrs Fugett enjoyed a picnic North Port Charlotte] resl! Inc were entertained at the rfaff komls Methodist Church his
m"vers of the Drive and Agrees! Avenue were lunch after they had mo dents have been campaigning!
astors of the district will be a horn with a barbecue dinner scheduled Its general! Mimeeting
Pittsburgh Club gT'h red early pleasantly surprised to find e swim in the Gulf. for several months for their for
thick Inner Tuesday
highlighted; by an address from The 850-mile- core -- alt P min
lest! Thursday evening for a concrete bench placed at the General Superintendent Williamson -0- own shopping center of the earth probably Is solid, The Fred Burroughs will be the church sanctuary

Covered Dish Dinner before comer for their convenience Mrs. C. M Andrew', Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Krups of The center. will tieIn the and the 1,300.mile.thick outer closing! up their house lit 122 The theme will bt the pledge
the regular business meetingat Director Lloyd Baldwin, in north side of Tamlaml Trail
Neptune Drive and Mrs, Lula
will attend the preacher'selves Sandhurst Dr. this week for service for the
of the coming: .
part core probably ytuMrs
There 44 in
7 30
: were attendance charge of the project, is malting Stem of dinneruests near Biscayne Boulevard
lMner Monday at Sarasota were their trek
:
"n summer north Theyplan John Crofts
prwdtn\
and Mr Blakley study of additional loca liquId, reports the National
a which will also be in theherry ![ Saturdav- of Mr and to take be
noon, I an apartment in will in charge of the
vice-president. presided in the tions for placing these benches Atlas of the program
rtrs Harvey stem on W.nt.wOMh eographic
hotel. their former home
Plaza town Syra and has chtoen lor IMr
'I VYC Ladies
bsence of the president and will welcome any: suggestion close Street in Englewood The I Bridge World.
The Assembly will tux N. Y? and visit friends subject, The Sea of Giving
--no- .. The benches will contain _
dinner war in commemoration
World War I Tuesday evening with anordination I Hostesses at Venice Yacht
Veterans
met i I .
no advertisingThe
service for all ligt of Mothers Day, Mrs. Kroupa
Club Ladies luncheon
1 lut ThurvJav afternoon at the bridge
-e- ble candidates for Elders i being the mother of Mrs Stein I GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDA
( itrr" ,' >;'" r "er ar: I Tuesday noon at the club will
P-*.. .")t Schrr r. New England Club met* "rder*. conducted by Dr 0 I end. Mrs, Lula Stein the moth. I be Mrs. Everett Morse, Mrs. SHRIMP
,. morrow, May 15 at 2 nt 9. Williamson of Mr Stem CORPORATIONMember
,, ted 'J'o.blence c p.m byhallidnetwass William Horne end Mrs. A. E
r.tnc r. nk Rodman. he Community Center lie- s i ch: enjoyed I Henderson of Cape Haze.Progressive DINNER Chamber of Commerce
Darlskl will be. the guest sneok- bridge and fore
er and wit! -;\ ., stalk on his School Patrol; Mr and Mrs Jim Strachan I some will be played. DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE

GO GO! home tate ,,' Massachusetts from' St. Petersburg were Reservations should be In by $1.50 Heating and Air Conditioning

The club will make plans fora Fete 'guests of Mr. and Mrs George Sunday and be made in &
picnic at this meeting. FridayNOKOMIS Mayleben of 1993 Fairview i the Venice may area by calling PER PERSON Heating Air Conditioning Installation!

-0- Drive from Firday until Sunday Gas Ranges a Water HeatersFree
Mrs Morse or Mrs Home and Friday May 15
The eighth an ,
Members of the Jim Gardner .. In the Cape Haze area by calling Etrimatet -
School Patrol banquet for
Club will gather at 8:30: pm. nual] .o Mrs. Henderson. The hostesses AMERICAN LEGION HALL No Job Too Big or Too Small
student crossing guard at Noomis Mr. and Mrs L O Gillette
this evening for a Covered should also be notified of 6to9p.m.
263 So Trail Venice Ph. 488.2271
and Osprey Elementary motored to Fort Myers Monday -
Dish Dinner at the CommunIty ancellations -oJ
Schools] will be held at 12:45 Mr. Gillette checked on
NOW THRU Center. An interesting( pro.gram ',
p.m. Friday in the the documents of the NARCEas
AUGUST has been planned for the
S 6 NOkomi.I
school cafeteria he is the proxy to represent I
regular meeting at 7:30: at
i> A NIGHTLY 8:10: Special guests the chapter of Fort Myers 1nDee
which: time the new Kitchen ::0th !I I
j R MATINEES 2:00: P.M. Band will perform for the uct. according Deputyipriff Moines

WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY group This band is raining in C N (Cap) Stf'vpns,1 CH
A sponsor of the patrols at the For the past few months Mr.
veral
AND popularity having s engagements
I I S SATURDAY two schools, will be the Edward Smith has tried every 'I
: [ this mor h. I
bus> drivers serving technique to catch a fish big
l 0
Come on out and enjoy the "chOO'1
d' fun schools enough to at least talk about

1',k T ... Stevens said games Monday morning he decided togo
( .'t A .0- prizes are planned for enter. I [ to El Jobean and. as perseverance I makes all of trucks
The North Port Woman types quality
DAilYl'
I 1 ainment, with Sheriff Ross ; usually pays off he I
Club will this afternoonat
meet
) K Boyer. the guest speaker caught a fish. He came home
'
1 30 at the Center
:: Community Arrangements have been with a 36-Inch, 18-pound red
N for their regular. meeting. made for a special meal I' fish. For a half hour one

i probably fried I chicken to I couldn't tell who was pulling .
N EACH The South: County Epiphany be served to the 30 School Patrol who but Mr. Smith kept pull
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Guild will meet next Monday boys and girls! ; with ice ng until he won. 'nt
f"f"E j; RACE afternoon at 2 clock\ at the ream and cake for deswrt. '' -0-

LADIES ADMITTED Warm Mineral Springs Rec. Host for the affair will 1 be Cap 'I Mr. and Mrs George Majlexn .

,.t. FREE THURSDAYS reauon Center Stevf'ns. are entertaining as guest
C -0- I this week Mr. and Mrs. Al P

CENTRAL The Men. Garden Club will Orchid Mayleben from South Ft Mil

I l AIR.CONDITIONINGVALET meet Tuesday, May 11 at 7:30: Society chell, Ky.

i U PARKING p.m. at the Community Center Has Field TripA -0-
B -.0- Mr. and Mrs Joe Madler of
BRADENTON ROAD The Democrat Club meets field trip t. the upper part Trailer Acres stopped in for a

BETWEEN 41.301 Wednesday, May 20 at 7:30 at of the Everglades near N.ple] short visit with Mr and Mrs

the Center. is being planned for Sunday by A. J. Kroupa last Thurhday.Mr. re
i' members of Venice Area Or. and Mrs. Madler having II d f I ip rr sr' ems'of
/
N I' chid Society. returned from a trip to St

i Mrs Del Trsver president, Lows, Mo., and Mr and Mrs k1t ,. R
,11 WANTE will conduct the tour Members Croups being former residentsof is t) reenaa.f

will meet at Sarasota Federal St. Louis, the visit was very .

III Savings & Lean Asm at 7 a. interesting to hear of the progress .

I m and expect to return by. 7pm. being made there As always .

4 ( AND NEEDED MAY 26th ) I though, Mr and Mrs

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PAGE SIX THE GONDOLIER f THURSDAY, MAY T*,

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can kill off the last potential nor. I realize your area Ie
sparks on the local scene. due for thprovement. much- over.

IstrORlp Letters To The EditorTo CHARLES Editor-E. SCHMITT. you. I Will needed not her in-


To The : HAYDON BURNS
Loyal Phillips suggested you Jacksonville ,
The Editor as their Democratic candidatefor right through the November might like to hear from me directly .

With all respect for your governor on May 26 and election and first for the goodof on a previous pledge to A single Mariner-

right to state your views as to not the smokey-eyed Pork the county of Sarasota, and, four.lane U.S. 41 from Tampato probe, launched by the opts
your choice for governor, I Chopper from Jacksonville secondly, for the welfare of Miami. I am familiar with F. Kennedy Space Joita
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must disagree with your claim JIM RINEHART, our Republican party here in your problem in this respectand ; NASA. provided 85,000,000 ter
that Robert King High ii a South County Sarasota County, I am supporting you have my word that I of Information from biq

MEMBER: OP Tfll ASSOCIATED r \M4 r NUMBER 0,. THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION "starry-eyed liberal." Campaign Chairmanfor Robert Wright for County will exert every effort to 1 as far away from Earth diBtan
The record speaks for itself: High. Commissioner, District S. I achieve this pledge as Cover. 84,000.000 mile. II

Th. jLmorlmu4. ..... to mlwlwlr MUlM to M* tor MmMfeuiM of ill .... lI.p......* """U... .. Since he has been mayor ofMiami sincerely hope that the voters
tt or not xhrrwlx emliud. !. Uiit r.l.. ,a4 .!1w looU .*.. mbtohxl ........ All rlfhu ft npablloUo. who supported me on May 5 -
of ._aOJ dwiwtehw .r. .).. imu... there has been no scandal To The Editor: and
Tin .... .*4 tattl MlwtMM ttmMit tt Ifcto.. Mnpww .* *>rr pn..il fabldda sw.p, I ho _... ............. police department, and the get out to the polls on May 28
all
to thank my supportersin and vote for "Bob" Wright! I
racial situation well the
as as
.., .<.*", u4 n....,.. Pra. 11M4 E Ui._ A niEntail Cuban Influx has been handled the May 5th primary and. have been able to study all the NATHAmn: mSOOPAt
: Ai Sn..< CU- 11.<<- Al F.M >ffta. .it V....*4, FVrkta smoothly. Miami has lowered especially, theme who campaigned candidates very well during the CHUHIH TWMTTt METHOMBT! CIrnIcw
so diligently for me. past three months and know row r.Do llabo Orn..1Tun ) Oono..a....
Its budget! end reduced its Ahoo A. M a NI.....
I'm that it is over for Wot it UlhtbonwR .
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher debt. All is Just the opposite sorry the candidates now facing the ... PtU, a. II.d.. VIoao.luaebop Suedy Iat :-,,:., woh4 .....
me, since I enjoyed the entire this .. .
runoff 26 For 5'14
on May B.ei..l .nt.Holr
'I COURTNEY WILLIS Advertising Manager in Jacksonville under Bums. campaign even to the practical reason I feel 1 the Republicansof W-munlosl. I.t 1ft' 5.1 lund.... EPISCOPAL MISSION
I+ SAM DILLON New. and Newsphoto Editor Remember too that High!! la joking among the candidates Sarasota County should get A. pea* H**

ROGER KILBY Mechanical Superintendent not and tied is to for the fair Pork reapportionment Chop Gang. workers.and A great their amount campaign of out and support Robert Wrightin Val VENICE. Br-Ww.ASSEMBLY.t Mntl.OP A.GOD.. .......h"i P to 5.....
I District 5 and Leslie C. Mil. KM. Victor Miurioa Pwto*
kl Hayden! Burns is claiming good fellowship was shown lady l School itiOO ...m.Mornlni FIRST BAPTIST
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 the main Issue to be the among the candidates and my ler in District S for CountyCommissioners. Wonhip, IHOO. a.x..Ia .. M. 5n. ... .CllUaca,....

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, 14 25 race question. Why? Becausehe wife Pat and myself feel we Wdn.dq s-n.. Pwa liM llaotla..m.VENICENOKOMIS 5.el p.. The .... Cbor.'.wLi, 0.-. ...
per ux months, $3 per three months wants to hide the facts concerning have met so many nice people The vote on May S killed 5se4..s 5Naas' '..,.. .
a"hd
the other vital Issues. through the campaign that we off the so-called "Little Ma- METHODIST Isoa a..y W..h I, 5nr

In my opinion the people of wouldn't have met otherwise.As chine" that was building up ttlm A...... *CHURCH PohiiMtta. 4MtUtJnki INS Fa. TnSng M_ P"ph
An Letter To The President Florida will pick the Intelligentand to my future activities, within the local party and, by Lair J.nm, Futor.Wonhlp rae p et' Goo..1 Mnka.
Open honest Robert King High I will be busy in the campaign supporting these two men, we asChwaS Swrfeeii I,M *... u4 It wda-dus 1 .4 N4.'._ hot

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EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH --
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Worthlpi 1:11: .._ M< 1.'IO .... t-m.
In Your Future MmiM Wonhl" sass, ....
To5sh 5w.ss. 540, pea
awfion' on .*rrti+. matt b. tie fIN.terl job said we owed, wa noticed that the biggest LAKE8IDC 4 ML. Bo LUTBERAW t ao: U.S.CHURCH 41Tk. M1wles w.d..dy 5..- tilw .K.Prarv .
; .. .... .. .... Mam.. IM j..
M.I. H. II.. 4MIM1Wonhlp
Oft rtk. To a first-rate newsman the job check k want to an individual, no long. f The REV. J. C. SIMS, Pastor, Says Kesterson 8>nrk >, 10110 ubVnndw

of what do and around whom owed School. (:ill ....
chronicling you My M er wa figured us more CALVARY REFORMED rfmlp
Blbto CI.Iii
'c" Jjgk'"" Union Missionary Baptist Cbirrh, Venice.DONT eta OP VENICE
hit grete Ask any of tho,. who trail than Mr. Welter aid we owed him. Some morning you may Bit St o Jt t'a...GARDEN_
f rht
and spread FIRST CRn5rx OP
breakfast CII1UIT.
down to
!i', fW you day after dy. other couldn't - - SCIENTISTs .10CHTTRCH
Among things, we help toast made
margarine on your OP THE EPIPBAKT
Woat "...... A__ Nonk Rail,., Dr!.. .nd .,_.
1 Since becoming a email newspaper pub- but recall the times this individual came from Florida citrus seed oil V..... B.nm
fiiW' theM months LEAVE GOD OUT call themselves Christian can and you'll never know the difference Siindur .....'.., 11 .._ Rt ROT. II.T.knhoii.i... Gown 4IM711 W. 0.....
we'v don pest 1 II to work crocked and would have to go I read a story of a minister continue to go the ways of the from ordinary vegetable 5....... 5.awA II .... P .or ...

what virtually, every other imall newspaper back home or deep it off on the mailing coming to the close of 11 yearsof world and not turn to our Lord oil margarine.An Wrtiuwfer Boon i ,pn.Rndlnl 11 ..... 5.I ... dally t _I:1.da: ,.UuMk.. 5...iWIMv..... -ad.1.hl sale .

and other small business does. We have department work bench, at our expanse service It a church. He and Master. Can it be true that industry which could pro nap Sufidw, and hollrian... and hot rbnl58gn., S.tsdq ..,M to sal'10"
not witnessing for Himas dy wwl from T to pus sad the to 5:55,
we are
prayerfully much thoughtto Is possible in p r
duce margarine
gave !
I on occasion employed bright, ambitious at around $3 hour. a
per should? We sent
his last sermon to his be- we were the near future for Florida CRACK MBTHOOIST CKURCHCor
young peopl. to help in. Any chance of our collecting? Not on loved congregation. What Into this world and God has a says J. W Kesterson, chemist ..r ft PloW and D.... NORTH PORT CBARLOTTICHITRCBES
should be his text? What purpose for each and every Citrus Experiment Rw. Millo IItoP......
have been the with the
For the most part they our life. Wa could sue, of courts, advised partIng K.md.j "5noI. 1:15 eta FTSST PRESBYTPRIAN <'IInaI<:
I t message should he leave life, but we are so busy rush Station In Lake Alfred a unit Wonhlp 1 Banks, lltM .... Commnnltr eon,.
and of fellow workers.They Walter
daughters Mr. if the individual in
{ tent our with his people* ing from one thing to another of the University of Florida's M. T. r, 1,00 ,m.Blbto '.. TCITMIOB J. rlI.adar -. Mtalvt. *.
pitched in and helped/ partly because question agreed in writing to it. Surely He thought back over the that we never take time to find Agricultural Experiment Stations / Studr. fillSEVENTH p-> wda.da,. Cbiid.-'. II.KM ...bold. Wonhv N.u.s,8Th ,_

they could us. the money, partly because you'll agree, Mr. President; that i if ai years and recalled that one our place of .service and use He estimates that 10 million DAT ADVENTIST .ltIt Adolt .

everyone connected: with! the paper was lilly and farfetched at a resident of Venice day when he was facing uncertainties fulness. pounds of highly unsaturated Paeon Trial H ...L wet of Ru 41 ROT. Frank / 8hf nr, tt,*
and< disillusionment. May we not become so Interested citrus oil could be Nokonw' PI. BnndM Brhoolt f 41 ......
Just as anxious as we to mate a go of it. i taking out life insurance against being when his life seemed overwhelmed in our own little life that squeezed out of a normal sea pMtor. U.ori. L Cant Momln Wonhlpt 11 KM ....
.
...
.feOTfetol teuntar. 1:10 5 10>4o.pr c-....ttF Rmwfcwi$ t,M ....
These fin youngsters stuffed papers, drowned. in hot lava. from JapansFiljiyaire by forces beyond his we will forget those about us son's crop of citrus seed. Tr. g.r+k.i 1 iM Tu nl.> n..Ia.I .
control, he came to the timeof May we remember that we are This oil could be the basis
while ,; himself here IT. RAPRAJlL'II: ('Rosix
took pictures developed/ film cleaned sunning on
VENICE-NOKOMI8 PRESBYTERIAN
up
his morning devc'jonal period to have a part in creating the for commercial margarine production OF ENGLEWOOD
straightened files Things like that. Never the Gulf of Mexico. kind of community we would as well as cooking oil. HlnMrt CHURCH Do.04 A. BowtoiMl Rt. ROT. Mm GOTT.. W. fi..i.tnn,

any hazardous chores such as running Out of the gr.y and dismal clouds Casually opening his New like to live in. Parents often According to the chemist the ..lnor Th. Rmlto."l 4BM8JJiBd VonMoT M_ 'IGI Ptorfnndw m.H.Holrdw .
handling hot metal. which descended result of Testament, bill eyes fell on the forget the ideals of a Godly oil would be extracted from ", .. ..h....' (:4t .-... Mu *:00 ....
presses or upon us as a Coal....... Brfora MM
29th verse of the eighth: chapter home and set examples before seeds that are contained In: the Wonhl BmrllM 5esda' cue t-m.
As a smalltime journalistic tycoon we this confrontation with your Mr. Welter of John "afld he that sent their children that would make pulp currently used in cattle I.r.II..hlp... H.U II aa4 Card, 15.. CONGREGATIONALCRRInAE

ourselves have never worked harder, mad one bum of cheer broke through.It me is with me; the Father parents of a generation ago feed. But if the seeds were separated EYANCrEUCAL AND REFORMS>
hath not left me alone" This blush with shame. Children from the pulp before the
less lif. Just IAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Tk a. B. Rokorl dul.., Pk.*.
or enjoyed more. recently cam in the form of a not from an verse had undergirded him poison the atmosphere of the latter is processed, the value of RKrlon. tt Ba.1'bo .-.. Min.seaaPo. .
we were beginning to think we wart on employ to whom w'd written out a through all the years and to it home by their selfishness and the citrus oil recovered wouldbe .... Do.H D ..nTtM Patur.r R.ew5wdv bdae _old --.... to M

our way. check, as commanded by Mr. Walter. he turned for the text of his disobedience to parents. A much greater than the cost ...-. Hob Ounntmlm 8.84.-1 .vow..... assd.nqs. Gutless aw.tw Owe a II
final Sunday morning message.In home without God 1s really of removing the'seed.. e lOt >... r..llr Woimhlp VonkwM ..* Scboot *. ilM fMM oJ
,1 That is, w* war* until last wk when This employ cashed hit check, wadded it he found divine assurance nothing more than a slum cellar l. A Florida milling company, ., a... Adult P....pAls......Mad...... ..dChsnh M.ItenaUoa xonit tho.Cteu*.....AdoH clu. ..err.!.M, I ut.*

into our plant waited Mr. Lsli Walter the money into an envelop and tnt it that God would sustain him atall and cannot be expected to keeping one eye on the future, 5a5wlII'M I .... M torn o< Copt >i>4 Ma tomond
of your United Stats Labor Department, back with this not attached thereto: times aid< under all circumstances send out into the world Christian has already produced such an .... Maw.5 Beano Pexr- and vww R Caed..a(nlrht. 100 Shwtn M,
It lied) been a sustain young men and women oil ,in limited amounts. This
Wag and Hour and Public Contracts 'Taint right. I won't take it. You owe
ing power and as a bulwark to We need parents and homes company has been utilizing FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OP VENICE: VENICR: BIBLB CHCBCmrw
Division, Tampa, Florida, offie*. m* nothing. his life. with a new accent, a new motive grapefruit seed which it obtained RlrhiH R. Llord. PMtor s, T_I.-I TraTh .
It is hard for of .... ROT. a P. ..........., *..
to is .
many us a new spirit because it from citrus sectiomzing utid.T & ti4l mm.Worahlp
When Sine w.'r. not thumb ... .
Mr. W.lter got through waking ready y.t to t Sfme lltO a.Tn44g .. &-. tM as .
understand how so many people not the house but the people plants. .... Bundv EOTmlm ......*, M 1&
sue
"i us over you'd have thought, Mr. President free rid* to the Atlanta federal pen, w* who are daily thrown into who make a home, and these Kesterson believes that a f.la.' .Vsk.m..._ ids:: p... Pnr.r >nd .BIM Snd. 1.10 >-.

that we ware a skinflint, dollar- shuttled it right back to him, with thanks the environment of those who people need. to find God. modern oil null should be builtto W..a..da. Pes.e IIla. tan ... Wdnadu.w..htp. .... ..*, N.M *m

j: pocked, slave-driving swin with a bullwhip Lest they dig up torn severe penaltyto take full advantage of available FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
I" mill CHAPHB.m.
citrus seeds. Such a SOUTH VENICE: BAPTIST
of Chrbttivxil
j{ ,' conducting a miserable sweat shop slap on this sympathetic coworker for Boca Grande's Operations UpBoca could be operated profitably Tomplo(Dtolploi bM Vralot AMBPMtor Dr. Old .....W. ..r4....M.
Th Pt... O. M. PMT a.. Artk.r M antis. PBnndr
j J :{ la a garment district ghttto. hit nice gesture, h* shall remain unidentified within a reasonable period of Sund.r BctKXil. I til M.Wonhlp. School titt *....
time. / 10 ... 1Ia...... fit Wonhlp lli"COME ... 10"
Mr. Wltr drew bill of hare.
up a complaints
Grande, handling a big Total tonnage handled 1
b citing us for a long list of Child Incidentally, at w* quailed before Mr. tonnage of phosphate, was through Tampa the state's

..v f!. Labor Violations. H. also laid before usa Welter and had visions of being thrownin among Florida seaports reportIng largest port totaled 5,695900

demand for payment of hundreds of jail for our alleged transgression; ofWag a record export and import tons, worth $154.600,000, up two
ON IN.
business last year per cent and nine per cent respectively. ._
l$ : dollars to employes/ past and present, in Hour, the name of Bobby Baker A survey by the Florida Jacksonville, Floe

;' monetary penance for our unknowingly flashed across our mind and in that w* State Chamber of Commerce ida's second ranking port, hada r THE WEATHER'S FIN "

j sinning against the Federal Commandments found torn comfort. showed the state's seaports slight drop in volume to
handled total of 193,650 tons worth $160,700,.
a 12,525,700
J writ in stone tb. Tablets
as dfIp
Ii) upon e e a e tons of Imports and exports of 000, up two per cent. Tonnageat
,r' of Wag and Hour. all kinds worth $584 million Port Everglades came to f rf

All because during a two-month period All of us have read, Mr. President, of during the year. 1,022,300 tons, worth $52,400,000
both down from 1962.
This volume of trade with
; back in 1962, right after w* acquiredthe your projected billion-dollar assault upon foreign countries was up two West Palm Beach registered

paper w* ran afoul in publishing poverty in this election year 19M. per cent end the value was 10 unusually large gains with tl

i eight issues of per cent more than in 1962, the 702,850 tons worth $42,600000.
? ]Just some federally- Picas, sir, hurry and get it going.
chamber reported. Imports Boca Grande also stepped up 1
ilr inscribed mandates of which we were We'd much rather stay where w* are made up 583,200 tons, down activity considerably to reach
/
ltt wholly unaware and had never heard the but one more visitation from Mr. Welter three per cent worth $321,500; 647.500 tons worth $5,400,000 1

:. i remotest hint of. and another hefty wallop at our exchequer 000, up 14 per cent. Exports Miami's tonnage! amounted to [ I r r
j Il j through the state's ports total. 847,500 tons worth $5,400,000.
Not that but Mr. Welter took a
only '
,
and will b* fit to pile our belongingson ed 5,942,500 tons up eight percent worth $118,200,000 up six per yPkHL

"V dead aim .t us with his piercing blue top of our jalopy and head for Appalachia worth $263,100,000. a gainof cent. Panama City gained 11

eyes as cold as a froten cod and let us which w* understand aim to six per cent over 1962. per cent in both volume and
'1 IUt(; hove the other barrel you Tampa, West Palm Beach, value. 292.550 tons worth $25.. ) s
chang into Utopia.Furthermore Boca Grande and Panama City 600,000 Pensacola's 175,900 i
;t Mr. Welter forced us to terminal the w* have heard and hop all gained across the board in tons showed a gain of 27 per
of and volumes and values of both Imports cent and the
employment a deserving eager $13,000.000 value
it isn't that the Gauleiters of the
so one
youth, under I 18, who had been sent tous and exports. was up four per cent. #
Wag Hour Gestapo pin something on a > ;
q i' by the Venice High School Diversified n.
small potato our size, they keep at it until
:1 Cooperative Training Program (DCT) to they hound him to the wall. to

work part-tim in our photo department.
W also have heard that the best recipe for folks
TV
you say on k
The school people/ had certified this 1s

1 p:' i q young man to us as eligible/ under all you intend to give us Medicare, com newly moved to
hell highwater Texas tornado
or
f or a
1 statutes, state and federal. Apparently
l From what we've read about this
J they had failed to read the fin* print plan a
1 we'd just as leave you forget it. It loots Venice
But not your **gl-y.d Mr. Welter
Mj too much lit. another called
gift to us
: In laying down the law to us, Mr.
{ Social Security Take one phone call (for coupon below),
j Welter informed us it would b* perfectly : add hostess with baskets of gifts and

!I. all right for this young man to works Of course with all that money you mad Information about the city, stir in genuine .WITH FlAME LESS ELECTRICairconditioning

.: :: an apprentice in the backshop at such out of TV down in Texas you'll never haveto hospitality, and you'll have a generous .

4r: hazardous things as running a printing make it on $127 month. But ask any- and delightful welcome. Just

..1 f .' press, casting plates and the lit.. H* one who has tried. You can't buy much phons.rrrrrr.r..a..r I

+1jl'! could drive an automobile to and from socialibility on $$127 and precious littlein

work and any plac else h. wished to security in this era of the 39-cnt dollar. 4 elco le a on Friendslora-t.tleeteawer.andyow in wintefrartheemaumpeetsmitawbola

go. But under federal law h* could not Now, while you're doing big and noble family has mon alp for better Today' electric air eoudttta aI ta c *-

i ':r drive that lam automobile or any other things, for the poor and the old, how Jiving and aananar fun. It's such a a marvel of tried and peeve depend*

vehicle anywhere to mat a picture or about a fair shake for the small businessman PHONE MMWELCOME treat to beat the heat! ability.Quieter and mm affldant that

''tf', to perform any other work for this nwspapr. threatened with extinction in this .. rr ,,- _.t Electric air conditioners cool the air ever Bettaloo ingtrlmSer5.1
and keep it ftwh and swwtroelliDg slimmer. Wide choice of sisea and
f same year 1964; in this land of the lets NEWCOMERS!
...control the humidity... lw out model Prices lower,tool Bnjoyel
: Absurd and asinine, Mr. President and less free and the home of the beat-up Use this coupon to let us know you're here an thai
dust sod pollen...block out outride "by over a million FlorkBans ta
j, Certainly But that's the way Mr. brave where instead of asking what you I' """, ,, 110_ Bring instant comfort on the home. Provide your family with to

Welter says federal law says it is. And can do for your country you wonder what ADDR[SS hottwt days! many benefits..now.

It If w* break it, it says hare on one ot. next your country will do you for? And with year-roond,revenrye!e i Bee your appliance daalee? Ot *

Mr. Welter's legal and formidable lookIng Yours Truly, CITY I models you'll also enjoy cosy warmth conditioning contractor todaj.r .
.
\ j O Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me
'1 forms, w* are "subject to severe pen Edward D. Ball, Editor i Publisher. O I would like to subscribe to the -tIN
GONDOLIER
'I alties. (Also reporter, copy reader, proofreader t< D I already' subscribe to the GONDOLIER 7t "t1atL);,f1.md: ,l s.. f.

; As Mr Welter held his Wage-Hour galley puller, odd jobs man Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept, ..,/ tun.",, roes '

f blunderbuss to our had and forced in to and now among the damned as a /LORIDA POWER, LIGHT. ,.COMMIT- '

j writ checks for gait wages\ to those h* Breaker .r( Wag\ Hour.) '.aer4lJaeel94


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RSOAY MAY 14, I9&4

THE GPt RPi, ft C1EW PAGESEYEN" : .


. [Auxiliary Elects Mrs. Swanson VYC PARTYIS Bf DOROTHZ GAYNOB

-- - -
Arthur Swanson of 429 ( I
!y0 Jottings WooMB'cEdItem
'rt Lane Drive was elected ALL SET |
,.Ident, of American LegionVel it'6aea la a..aea
I, t 15' Auxiliary ,Monday
I,aint at the group meet.
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r FOR SATURDAYRecital
?Fected! to serve with her for Mr and Mrs Theodore R. of Baltimore arc guests at
'i964-M year were v ice King of Baynard Drive art the home of Mr and Mrs. Mar.
I iam Johnston, first Additions to the corps proud parents, and justifiably
S. Robinson of ShamrockBlvd.
rodent,, Mrs Wagner Eske d'esprit at the Venice Yacht so Their son, Robert, ii a tin
!tII second vice-president: Set Club s Monte Carlo party, to Tampa attorney and in hu .
a Richard Sauerwine, sec t be held Saturday evening, are first political attempt last week
I'>ry. Mrs. George Kaup, the Mf i I t announced by the coordinator got enough votes to crowd the
ring! president, treasurer: ; For May 21An They are Dr David B. Palmer Hillsborough County legislature
I',. Mason Giberson, chap. Dr. Leon Terry, Roger O Incumbent into the corner for
|n' Mrs Kermit Wise, ser all.girl revue, featuringthe Isphording, Dr. Frederick L. the May 26 run-off
nt.st t.arms, and Mra. Cur. 48 Venice Area student ol, Strammer, and Pet. S Con -0--
Boyle assistant sergeant Mrs Myrtle Byron Llebel, will] over, who will provide additional House guests at the home of
"a. present a spring( recital at Gull assistance with the en- the AI Hackes in Venice Gardens -
Tie new officers will be In. Theater May 21 at 7:30 p.m. tertainment, whim begins immediately have. been her brother and
,led In a Joint ceremonyh Dancers will include tots, following the 7 p.m. sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs M. r.j
the post on June ItIn teen.agers and grown-ups in buffet dinner.Events L Fletcher of Pascagoula,
\ Swanson Is a past pres- the hour-long Gingham Girl include dancing and Miss They left last week but
._. .._ .Li
... .. h plan to return someday to live
the Park Ridge, 111 .
nt of Revue The regular movie bill, entertainment from 8:30: p.m.
here since they have bought ""':
past District 9 president a family color cinema until lam. and two auctions, :
q|to; (Jo!*ill.r' photo fcr B.* Ohmdorf) cope in the
1 the Illinois Department; OTHER NEWLY movie, "Goliath and the Sins at 10:30: p.m. and midnight. property area
for several years as an ELECTED OFFICERS of with Mrs. Swanson will be, left to right, Mesdames of -0-
will
follow be
i-ved No-Vel Post 159 American Babylon, the The pool patio will open
William Finder VHS
Legion Auxiliary I Span-
Eskelmen
William Johnston
board member Wagner ,
state ,
Bois look revue for the and pool
party game
in several chainh on Monday night as retiring President C N. (Cap) Stevens, Curti. Boyle and' Mason ish class was treated to a special
served for those
Mrs. Guest artists will have been planned
: be
the Chicago, 111 Cook George Kaup presents the gavel to her Giberson Not present were Mrs. Kermit Nancy who choose to event Monday when Sher- 1 Ldlslk
I successor, Mrs Byron Wetmore and three party-govers
Arthur Swanson Serving burne Sweetland brought along
Wise and Mrs. Richard Sauerwine.
illicit and is a charter mem Saraaota students of Tatum swim Mr.. George H. Boyd mementos from his recent tripto
,. of the 8 and 40, Northwestge The three men are all Legion membership is 106 and reminded Englewood was chosen the outstanding Studio who will do a Charleston Jr is chairman of the pool Chile for his talk on conditions -
Salon Auxiliary in Illi members members that the Depart girl history student in number. Miss Wetmore, a professional committee. in that country. He and f
Also at Monday ment books close on May 18 who danced the lead- Plans call for a brunch at Mrs Sweetland were visiting
r.she s meet Mrs the Venice High School HistoryClall.l
and Mr, Swanson' a WWI Robert Hambrock and due. ing role in "Lola" and has noon the following day, to be there with their daughter and ,c ,
was are now payable
'tran have two sons, Arif the obligation and given and will receive a medal done the choreography for served around the pool on a son-in-law. Dr. and Mrs C. F
p, Swanson Jr., who servin an Auxiliary Mr.. Curtis Boyle, community and a $9 award from the auxiliary i "Dam Yankees," is a niece of do-it-yourself basis Food and Forshey. He I is on leave from
Korea and Edward Canon pin.Mrs. service chairman, announced on VHS Awards Night Mrs. IJebel and is currently charcoal braziers will be pro- Cornel] and doing research for
who served in Alaska Kaup announced the that Nancy Matherne of June 1ARMADILLO. I teaching and appearing In TV vided for the participants. the Rockefeller Foundation,
shows in Sarasota
Reservations are still aval -o-
BURGERS Miss Lois White, Miss Venice able for tables for the evening Mrs. Hattie Andrews of Burr
e FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) will also appear on the Those interested are requested Oak, Mich. has returned to her
-Looking for a new dish Try bill doing part of the act she to call the club man- home after spending the winter Ira the most companionable
.
armadillo David Austin, state will present at the Miss FlorIda
ager at an early date. with her daughter and son-in- Key.Talner yet It 'p
biologist, says he has attended contest in June law Mr. and Mrs William E.
Mrs. Ralph Thomaa is co slim
packs a ,bright night
three barbecues where armadillo Recital numbers will include Hendrix of Park Lane Drive.
ordinator, assisted by Mrs. A. light that clips In. clips
t aR was the main dish. He classical ballet character She has been wintering here
says it s reported to be a favorite dances, tap routines, acrobaticsand Bradford Smith and Mrs Ken for the past six years and Mrs. out.fights gloom and ends
meat in Guatemala modern Jazz. neth E. Brown. Hendrix hopes she will decideto all that fumbling about In
come permanently, BOOn.0 the dark A!flash of genius
from Buxton. Many kinds
Mrs David O'Brien of Hamilton .I of Key Tainen to choose
Ohio has been the houseguest from? Dozens Some flip
F of the Anthony Elmo of open. Some zip open. In
Mahon Drive for two weeks sizes and styles for every
This was her first visit and one.$0.00.* Plus tax
the Elmos say she was so impressed .
that she Is thinking of BUXTONDICKPH&
moving here.
w + -0- MEADOWS
Mr. and Mrs Frank Amthor
aK '

f d ? eli When a mother tea otter sees 231 W Venice Are

I danger for her pup, she tucks Venice Medical Center
the youngster under one arm 488-6776 488-3985
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ltor. photo tw Bob Oboidorf- )

:'tTY.FOUR STUDENTS of round dancing Mrs, Joe Gerard Dancing from 8:30: to 10 I ,u,, ::1Clii t
mood out Monday night for the City Recpation p.m.. according to By and Lou Markel, Instructors it a
Dept;sponsored classes and dance ,, New members in the free class are
hich opened this week at Venice Civic Center requested to come Monday promptly at 7
to continue through the summer Four p.m, Myrtle and Harold: Eicher, round dance tiY
tfeginners at the class session from to 8,:30I'rm coordinators for the City of Sarasota, were
are trying their skills Left to right, present Monday and again will assist next
Phyllis Scott and Jack Murphy and Mr and week.
CONDIT4OJI

WW I Vets Make

TOYTOWN Plans SaturdayMemorial
Day plans and selection
of delegates for the
state convention will be on the
agenda of Veterans of WWI]
Barracks 764 and the Auxiliary whole house
Saturday at 8 p.m. at Venice .......... .... your
Civic Center 0"'
Cmdr Worstall will reporton SOME 30 MEMBEfI e Garden home of Mrs. Carl Hamilton on San Marco
progress of the Memorial toured six area gardens on Thursday. Ger Street Other gardens visited were those at with -
Day plans The convention will aid Duke, local horticulturist who conductedthe the homes of Mrs Daisy Foster, Mrs Wil irtemp
on parade be in Orlando in June tour, is shown pointing out to part of the ham Royce, Mrs. Parker Page Mra. Howard
group freeze damage on a tree orchid at the Moore and Mrs Carl VeMerholm.Jerry's .
"- .---f .; LJ Auxiliary Names for less 'tban the i

MOVING FRIDAY, MAY 15 TO Spring Hostesses USF ProfessoorWill

Hostesses for the Veteransof Discuss 1 cost of room units
238 S. TRAIL Foreign Wars Auxiliary 8118on Reading MethodsMiss
May 4 were Mesdames Harry -
COTTON FAIR Miller, Carlton Springer and Martha Lou Austin, as r SHOES AND
NEXT TO THE s
Ben Hemming istant professor at the University Jerry ARCH SI PPOBTSftniMMt
June hostesses will be Me- of South Florida, will N nl..ed Tr coin AIRITE ENGINEERING INC.
!MORE PEOPLE ARE READING;/ dames William Drown, W B. speak at the May 28 dinner AHihw urf ttaraliis f,*.
AND THE GONDOLIER Surfs and Kenneth wood. meeting of Sarasota Chapter of .
SUBSCRIBING TO IM P.I. .na auarl.
the International Reading t Heating Air Conditioning
Assn at the Sarasota Terrace
"""'-' ........ Hotel SHOE COMFORT SHOP Sales Service. Engineering
Her topic will be Reading Sptciatlsf; In Arch Supporii and Orthoptdic Shoes
so- Instruction in the Sixties." 500 Bate Av., Venice PH. 488.2373

YOU CAN'T GO Election of officers and yearly store R.....251 It ..S...TAMIAMI r < .... _TRAIL Clon4 W-.dnt VENICE d... Ph. 1J4H I
reports are on the business
genda The meeting will begin .
WRONGwith -=-_ -&jMJ. _1&1m Pe
at 8:30: p.m.
a Miss Austin received her BA o

I degree,from her Florida Master'State. degree Uniersity 1 THANKS A MILLION!

from the University of Miami
and U completing requirementsfor FOR THE 3,498 VOTES AND
WRIGHTYour her PHD at the Universityof
Chicago. THE 564 VOTE LEAD YOU GAVE ME MAY 5th!
She began her teaching career .

Candidate For in Sarasota County and *) I am fighting for a /'uscause/ that of unseating the) tight
Republican hat worked In the Reading! 00
Clinics of the University of Miami "' little clique that has dominated Sarasota County TOO LONG!

and University of Chicago.
SARASOTA Later she worked In Winnepeg, This determined group held power by electing their chosen

j Guidance Manitoba, Clinic Canada as in a the Reading Child candidates (until May 5th) and are backing my opponent in the

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Clinician.In MAY 26th run.off right up to the hilt!
her present position, she

District # 5 teaches developmental student reading and Do you want government by clique? Or will you vote for
lasses for college
ROBERT M. (BOB) WRIGHT reading methods classes to efficient, economical government by experienced businessmen.
teachers in training at the University LESLIE C. MILLER

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VOTE WRIGHT MAY 26Paid Springs REPUBLICAN SARASOTA COUNTY COMMISSIONER . DISTRICT No. 3 i

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Gerald Klyn, AuthorityOn Men's Club Fetes Wives At out II of you your can own get tollifm'at!
HAV Presents Awards should be able to *
work
mile almost any time "lip 1
Roses Gives Tips ,
I Roast Beef Dinner May 19 -

AARS Facts, HistoryGerald Caps To Candy-StriDers Wives of member ot St. lustrated talk on the scienceof

Klyn, charter mem lorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. Mark'f Men's Club will be en. :, handwriting analysis and
ber and nationally known judgeof Nation-wide publicity is given tertained at the group' annual will analyze the handwriting of THf[
the Ail-American Rose Selections the selections through the Candy-stripers were the hon bert, Janice Jessup, Susan hours. ; Switchboard, 349 hours, Ladles Night dinner Tuesdayat as many guests as time will
organization and com- press, magazines, television ored guests of the HAV of VenIce Jones, Karen Kaufman, Heidi 23 workers; Hospitality Shop, the church parish hall. permit.A .
mercial rose grower with nurseries and radio : Hospital at its monthly Klaus, Kris Leet, Bonnie Lei 395 hours, 46 workers; Knitting, After the 6:30 p,m. roast colored Walt Disney movie CHRISTIAn
in Ohio and California "Here are a few Important luncheon and meeting Monda ber, Rolene McKay, Sylvia 146 hours, ( workers; Morning beef dinner, Joseph Gerard, will complete the evening's en
at the parish hall of tit Marks Payne Susan Van Duesaen, Aides, 14S hours 19 workers;
the iI.
wrote a on the AARS facts concerning production cryptoanalyist, will give an tertainment.
for the meeting paper of Men's Garden and marketing of a AARS winner Episcopal Church Awards for Mary Yehle and Sandy Ryan Evening Aides, 103 hours, 15 --- Reservations are limited to SClfn[ f
Club of the Venice Areaon : their volunteer hospital work Stripes, one for each SO houn workers; Patients' Library, 33 late 18th 150 and members or guests are
Friday. "e It takes five years from were presented to 19 girls blift. of service after the first SO hours, ( workers; Medical LIbrary from sea otter.j requested to return their cards
The paper was presented by the time two roses have been Sidney Schroeder, corre and pins, denoting at least 100 3 hours, 2 workers; X- I--as much a* Immediately or call Carlton MONITOR R
Walter Harbath, assisted by crossed until a few plants are spending secretary of the hours of service, were present Ray 24V4 hours, 4 workers; Kemper.
Florida Association of Hospital Central 17% hours, 3
ed to Supply
Jack Klyn, due to the illness of available for testing!! : Cynthia Aldrich, Patty -
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the writer. "e It costs $10000 to submit Auxiliary Volunteers, assisted Bogert. Merrily Brown, Kitty workers; Laboratory, 15 hours, '
Klyn explained the reasons rose for testing and the unit by Mrs Harold Smith, chairman Herbert, Susan Jones, Bonnie 3 workers; Sewing, 28tt hours, '
a r SPECIAL
of Candy snipers in the 4 workers Plants, 4 hours, 1 GRANT'S "SKILLET"
-
for AARS! and production and cost is even higher for more Lelber, Jean Under and Karen ; Accurate
Bank, 14 hours,
marketing of an AARS winner. than one. Venice HAV. McCain who received :3 worker; Blood
that they had< stripes for giving 155 hours in 5 workers; Medical Records,
"The rose has come a lon "e It requires two full\ grow- Caps" denoting Carry Out
4 way from the 'old fashioned' tag seasons for testing the completed their first 50 hours one year. A pin will be sent to 2 hours 1 worker; Receptiontsts Complete
variety to the hybrid the perpetual competing roses During this of service were presented to: Laraine Hammer, who moved< 82 hours, 13 workers;
the polyantha, hybrid period the judges check each Cynthia Aldrich, Patty Bogert away after giving 100 hours Telephone, 29 hours, S workers; BUCKET of. News
hours,
Room, 164
teas, climbing, floribunda andranditlora plant very thoroughly and Merrily Brown, Lynda Case, Mrs. John Ferguson, chairman Emergency
" With so many Finally, the scores are turned Georgine Hammer, Kitty Her. of the Hospitality Shop 12 workers; Eye Bank, 3 hours,
1 Coverage
hours
4
classes and hundreds of varieties over to the MRS secretary, presented the Auxiliary with a 1 worker; Typing,
who tabulates and presents check for $300.00 from the worker; Candy-stripers, 210V4
a patent law on roseswas Year Shows proceeds 2
Leap hours, 26 workers Therapy cbcken'p
of sales in the ;
passed by Congress and the findings at the annual shop, hours 1 worker; Diversified,
shortly thereafter the AARS meeting making a total of $2,200 presented
Increase In 25 hours, 2 wokers; making *
came into being. ". Should your rose win, you by the Shop this year
total of .2016: hours of service
"Its purpose is to select from must have available a half million Mrs. Drtbert Barcus, chairman 2'12 LB.
many classes and varieties, : budding eyes for distribution WeddingsHowever of the Open House held given by 243 volunteers
oae or perhaps !several outstanding to AARS members, which Sunday from 2 to 4 p,m. at Hostesses for the luncheonwere 60 CHICKEN
the beleagured Mesdames Russell Tilt, ((10 Pieces)
:
roses each year, In turn means you must haveat the Hospital, reported oo theevent
"Th membership least 25,000 plants males feel about Leap Year, and thanked all who Frank Baldwin Henry Allen,
original growing the Bridal and Bridesmaid Apparel Francis Rycroft, F. W Raetike WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW,
was made up of IS growers to produce that many budding made its success possible 'I/ DOZEN HOT ROLLS
Association is very happy Harold Bray, W P. Hayes,
winner must also be the
from all over the USA. Today eyes Your Many residents toured Hoe I Yese
for. about the way it is going various Normand K Patton, William I all orders In foil lined buckets] $24 'Mo.otIa! $11
there are 23 official test gar patented or patent applied >ital, \inspecting its packed I MOIItha $5
dens. The AARS judge have 'e To put your winner on the thus far 'acuities. Refreshments were Birmingham, Harlan Walker, will be n,. 51,1' .Mmr.y
Phone Ahead order
much to consider in making market requires close to $90,000 The ladies are gaining on the served in the lobby. Christopher Magee, Burnam. your ready _' .It aw"" Nit'se s'e ey enr
selections with points given for for advertising boys, from Indications The The Auxiliary will hold its Jones Arthur Lockwood Vincent PHONE 488.5075 -Chl/ls .....
such things as color, fragrance, ". If :your rose is not a win rate of marriages in January, annual Birthday Luncheon at : Burke Byron Sutherland Oee awes stn MooIIr
do with 25- 1964 7 cent over the Gerald Duff, G. A. Tarr, C. ....... IMoo
disease what were per 0111'
petals, leaves and resistance ner, can you the Venice Yacht Club on W. T. GRANT CO.
Fenton Raher, Robert M. Fox, "55.54
month last according
continuity of bloom 000 plants! same year, Thursday, June 11, Mrs. John
"Selecting from some 7S Varieties "Indeed, quite a problem! to statistics released by the H Grier will be chairman of Samuel Cutler and J, M. Fey- RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
makes their task no less "Should you win with, say U. S. Health, Education and this event Tickets can be secured tel. I
simple On the other hand, to a beauty like 'Peace,' the expense Welfare Department from Mrs. George Gras.
an experienced judge, pickinga of winning would be The ladies were already in ale or from Mrs. Alexander
winner is almost like 'loveat 'peanuts' As with any business the swing of things before the Hooker.
first sight' for when they there are the usual risks proposing season arrived, ho... Mrs N. Irwin Yerkes reported
are in their first blooming period 1 once lost 100,000 roses during ever. Tre rate of marriages the following hours of serv-
one has a fair idea of a very severe freeze. They had remained at a fairly steady Ice rendered dulng April: Vis-
which is best. It happens how- never came back! However, I 8.5 I per 1000 population for four tors' Desk, 24 workers, 239 0000EBOYSTHE
ever, that throughout the summer have found growing roses a years. Then last year there
,, another may catch up most Interesting and fascinat- was a 4 5 per cent gain In mid-
with or even pass :your 'first Inc occupation" dle-alsling.
love' because of special disease Following Mr. Klyn's paper, By the time Leap Year has Your
resistance on some other George P Thompson club come to a conclusion the Water"ProbiemsAs'N
outstanding qualification member, spoke on his success rldalwear> industry expects to ( PEOPLES CHOICE)
"The winner or winners area in growing plants from seed, have one of its busiest years ; ar
carefully guarded secret until cuttings and air layering and In decades
the information is finally brought examples to the meet. But the manufacturers of As YourTelephone.
given out at a meeting at Wai- ng. bridal finery do not believe '
that Leap Year can take all the WIN BYA A LANDSLIDE( !
credit. They are more inclined '

I Chicken Almondine IsShaffer's to lies the have theory at least that the reached war be.the SERViSOFT. I

Favorite DishAlfred ae> where they want to create
homes of their own-a delight- :488-4481
fully healthy age for business.
Hulett Shifter, today's' for many years.
Gourmet Club contributor to Chicken Almondine
The GONDOLIER food column 2 whole chicken breasts, I EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
lives in Osprey and cameto split in four half-breasts
this area from Long Beach, 1 can chicken noodle soup EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY X100 EJ1JEE
Ind. 1 can cream of mushroom
Born in 1881 in Leavittsburg, soup TRADITIONAL ULlruU LJ O'LJLJ' UUULb l

Ohio, his first few years were 1 cup buttered bread or Let us .+vIe your favorlfe Yale s
spent on a farm cereal crumbs or ceramic Into beautiful lamps.
which WM a Silvered almonds ANnmCAROFTHEYEARTHE DODGEr
f Connecticutland Slowly simmer chicken in e Rtvlring rtyling
grant to two tablespoons water in covered All Lamp Aepoin;
his great-grand pan until nearly tender
!J father in 183S Remove skin, place in flat Work by Experienced Designee and
'i'
a He later lived in casserole. Combine soups, Crafhmen
f Chicago. undiluted and add a bit of : lJ
Li
After high pepper but no salt Top with THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. '
1 i school graduation I crumbs and slivered almonds ? .
Shaffer Bake for three-quarteri hourat 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA :
t Y" went into ac- 32S degrees
,.... 1 counting and en-
Shaffer gmeering and
I
Invented the automatic mailbag I
i conveyor used in the Chicago .
I poctoffice During WWII
", be was chief i iI inspector at Peterson BE COMFORTABLE.
1
and Sons in Chicago.The .
Shatters have two sons, k DOOO OODQE
both USAF pilots during WWII, fIrGNE DODGE pp
I. a daughter and 10 grandchild : r A
ren. ,"....,.....81 --.ow

i Shaffer's favorite chicken IBSfAyF OUIDEAu
7 recipe is chicken almondine, AU1Y
i! ; : which has been in his family 1 s

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F/,,/. Delegate DODGE

j Ii!; of The Englewood-Venice regular monthly meeting Chapter BIG. BIGl 800l s p liASST o YS ,

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,I:: No. 717 of NARCE will be held T
yr in the Community Room of fay 'M Ub1 iCri 64 PICKAe ZEJ
f First Federal Savings, & Loan r h'lltI J
r Assn. in Venice at 1:30: pm. e J r our E'XAO' /
Wednesday May 20 All mem I
ben are urged to be present, l cHEVY TfrERnAa! --'-__
as a delegate to the National
Convention to be held in Del V
\ Moines, Iowa, in June, will be G 1 1. M
appointed at this time.

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.1964.. URSDAV MAY 14 I1I4elt

--. ,.. THE GONDOLIER PAGE NINE


I /in exciting Day For A First-amder- I Mrs. Stevens ,i

1 a an

a'' Wins District

r Dress EventWinner

u n
; LI4rp __ of the area and district
rw tr p i tevl/ng contest sponsoredby
the National Cringe is Mr. A v
,g
C N.. (Cap) Stevens of Shore ,
Road, Nokomis t1. ;. % t I s.ytf .
w She won the area contest .. t
the County Home Dfmon.it- t1 ;
lion Club Achievement Day ,
Thursday at Venice Civic Cen
ter and the district contest at
Tamlaml.Pomona Grange II 71tf4
meeting at Manatee Woman's
tat Club on Saturday State judging
ss .r u $ yvb will be on Monday in Miami
t e and national winners will
u ,l, 1 be chosen in June in New York
City
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Mrs Steven. won In two out MRS, C, N, STEVENS i
of three categories, a cotton
garment, dress or suit, for e
I person over 18 and a cotton *: -K-K-X: -l' '
r3fi4'f dress or suit for a person under
18, There were no district entries VENICE MOVIE LOG

j in the third category, 8 GULF THEATRE TROPICALThur.
garment made
'L' by an entrant
under 18, ., Frl Sat DRIVE-IN THEATRE
4 'y retit' Mrs Stevens' entries were a "MAIL, ORDER BRIDE" Friday and Saturday
dress and shawl, made for her starring TAKE HER, SUES MINE'P
pelf, and a dress for a frand Buddy Ebuft and p P
daughter "NORTH TO
She has been sewing since Sunday thru Wednesday Sunday and ALASKA"t Monday
WTU: she was years-old and still Nancy It"an "KIN ;S OF THE SIN"
VES Students sew for her three daughtersand In"TAMAHINE" with Yule Brynner

six grandchildren .. ,
I Mii"h La
II
] Are Off On By profession, she Will In the per ...
advertising field, doing layout
and eopv"'ritinij for newst'>"p.
Annual TripAll frs and department stores before .
.. her retirement The Stevens I
Y Pi v sorts of new emotions are came to this area 10 year
t yENlt fa2 evoked when first.graders ago
"meet' the world in previously
/ unknown experiences, as the
: i'ilF ;' pictures on the left Illustrate Officers NamedAtUDCMectinff i :.

Monday the 103 first,grade .I
students Venice Elementary I'I'I.a
; fa School went In relays to visit .
the railroad station to buy their Election of officers and delegates I :
; 1 own tickets for a trip today and and alternates to the division I
: II
tomorrow, and while doing this and general conventionswere I I
also visited the City jail and major Items of business' !
S -+ fire department. for Col John A Fite Chapter .
V+.1, i c F Two classes of the young United Daughters of the Coi iV'40.v4r/M ,

sttrs leave today and two tomorrow federacv yesterday.
for their annual train The meeting was at the home VOTE FOR :
4 "'3 t trip to Palmetto of Mrs H. B Kennedy of"44flO WALTER H.
r ti Lr. North Lake Drive, Sherwood
A school bus will pick up thenung.ters Park Estates Cohostesseswere CAIGERREPUBLICAN
F in Palmetto and te.nun Mrs Forrest Chapman, .
t'" them to Rmglmg Museum Mrs Edwin C. Eaton and Mrs CANDIDATE FC t,
i Saiasota They will also visI E. B Roberts CONSTABLEDISTRICT
I the Rivaling mansion and Mr.. M H Jones read Lanier .
*er a film, The Boy of the 's "Ballad of Trees," and 2
(',,'cm" at Asolo Theatre. Mrs Maxine Spurr historian
Tnpy I will picnic on the museum gave the highlight of the "Bat- PROVEN ABILITYAS
l grounds lie of the Wilderne a d1'pottsylvanl8'
A POLICE OFFICER
,,. Taking the trip today will be Mrs Florence
Oon* II*| phi b) B"i "h" ri I
students in the classes of Mrs Mason told 'he ston of Thf
| : < box upper ,izhi, A I Thud 1 11\1111 Mike, tell and Mr Shir Man Who Operated on Himself II I Paid Political Adv ':
.:> mil Monday and regisered feenngs from hv giggle to \'.mil was 41 the file station and SOITK of the student- Mrs Ier.I -
!.itnniihment when the phtographer snapped their picture, WInifred Debnam class (she IS on the tofu) arc learning Winifred Dcbnam and Mrs ",. ., "; _,,...
"err per left, Each one also gi to purchase his own ticket at the about how the department works from Fireman Jay Robinson. Dons Browns classes will go .r _
,a :road station for the anual trip to Palmetto, and it was tomorrow I '

hl L !!IT ____" ""U., L --
I Last Spring Meet Of DAR Is SetLast Sydney Wilkinson I k Ira a plieawide prof ;
Weds Naples Girl I I aid wt n aut to seU mots
meeting{ before summer be guest speakers and give Frlgidakeillpliarxesthan seaiy
JAMES T. BLALXK AGENCY INC. holidays for Mvakka Chapter a report on the secntthird Sidney Wilkinson of Naples.on other dealer our sirs
I Daughters of the American Continental Congress of the of Mr and Mrs. John T Toa'N see flow when yon
lsurante Revolution, will he a luncheon National: Society of DAR in Wilkinson of Hlgel Grove, wa 1 sea ar bagatn pdae!
Mednesdai at 1 p m Venice Washington, D. C, on April married to Miss Carol HumphrIes -
Nuq! Dal'1 miss out I Iw
EstoblM; 1929 Bridge Studio, East Venice 2326 of Naples on April 28
@ 243 W, VENICE AVE Avenue, Participating: will be Mr The groom is manager of S, '
VENICE, FLORIDA Reservations must be made Ralph I ongle\. regent and a*. Naples CBS Co and Culligan tFQSAVI
by Monday noon with Mrs tistant, director, of he eenlhdistrict Co HP was graduated from
PHONE Select and Consult an Inde '. Christopher Magee of 256 San ;: Mrs Georr, Qu,'rbe\ \ei,,ue High School in 1956.
48B89 I pndent Insurance Agent as youwuld Marco DriveMembers historian, and Mrs Henry The neulvweds are at home GSICpF THE Y E AfdQ '
I | your Doctor w lawyer : of Sara de Sole Wattle who served as. a page it I Kimberly Apartments, 549 EIkR! ,
'rrreearmvYSetcwe ',r M. a" DAR Chapter Sara sot a. will at the Congress Elewcith Ave South, Naples .
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THURSDAY MAY 14 t64 THE GONDOLIER pA.EyS


Haley ReportPeople

I

Are Conducting Their Own War On Poverty


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By REP JAMES A. HALEY imagination could be conalder view, the plan now before Congress to be covered The President I per year. This la very little about $.700 per year for eachof practical approach to the elimination and remove the blocks
AJ you know there hat been ed "poverty.stricken." A young hardly lives up to its Economic Report say about when compared with the total the 9.3 million families! w* of poverty in this country ployment of 'teemre 10 'iii
great discussion in Washington i family of four obviously Is in a billing as "a total war on poverty $11 billion annually would be now being spent on all form of are told are In need of financial would be to encourage industrial If people (aucb 4 theme/k 4 .
1 lately on the subject of poverty :different category of need than ." The Administration bills needed to bring all poor faml federal, state and local welfare help, This would take expansion, curtail the rigid mlnlmwn !
and what to do bout it. end I two elderly persons living modestly before us call\ for a little less lies up to the $3.000 decent" programs a colossal $40 everyone out of the presently national debt and its hug in which price these Irsg Ie.
have torn reflection on this Yet two-thirds of our than one billion dollars to atari annual income level billion annually defined poverty class but (tnett cost, thus eventually the market). TMs fI'OuPi Out 0'
matter "poverty" famllle are headed with a sum which would If pro-rated. the Initial bit If this entire turn were concentrated welfare programs do not help lowering the tax burden on gram I believe, typt or Ot
It occur to me in the first by persons 63 years or older, help less than one per cent of lion-dollar plan would total approximately exclusively on the xclusively, the poor, everyone, promote greater educational eliminate poverty for Would
place that our people have for Looking at it from another the 35 million people intended $108 per family poor families there would be It seems to me that the moat activity by the State, tical 7 purpose, all inoCCEN
a long time been conducting
their own war on poverty, and --
doing a pretty good job of It.
For !instance in 1929, over !&0j ,
per cent of United States (am .

j lira$1000 had yearly earning. expressed of lees than i In 1 Store Sale !

{t term that percentage of 1962 dollar has-value decline. But Manager's

steadily. to 30 per cent in 194 lt 4 and to 20 per cent today. IG4l
.
No doubt there it some poverty .
in our country althoughfar J'l COME IN AND MEET
less than in any other na. Unit OM" Yoor Choke With $5 or Mow Order
ton There are. and always ( YOUR FRIENDLYKWIK
will be, some who constitute
t tor
the lower fifth or tenth of the '
population tn Income But I It CHEK
should be remembered that the
$IOO-per.ytar poverty atand ON ":.1'J'
ard" laid down as a guide In FXCELLEar '7i.J5,. -..
.T T.U al d5. ful raises
the proposed "war on poverty" r-- edwnlop 'tends
would classify more than three. tdta/ Effective Mal 14 Tkrl t6 FREE This Week k: b fwrfvrlnf lib weekend He m4 tt ef the

fourth Britain of the people .of stricken Great. RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER : CARRIER/ ft 'IYB : Mis lit I his, sere wnil.... .. wait sad wry
aa poverty
and an even greater portion of U.S 41 San Marco Dr P COFFEE CUP S ywt t> MM. 14 ef lUtr .""fty.let whew y.'a' CRISCO ASTOR

those Italy and who some live in other France nations and STORE HOURS: 5054 c_. _a..k I why KWIK. CHK b t lh, siMrt piers .. (. fW ].1.&. CIa 5 9 C 34J... Cu 4 9 C
Mil" -- gNed AliM Ie Mf..4
T JWI- M
9 .
regarded at prosperousAlso aim to 9 p m Mon thru Fri J
the word "family" 9 aim to 7 p.m. S tOfMtfty .. D 1Io"e"-coal.s an.,- I ymr MW ,.W k4H to..a.sad! M an eirtni StYE SAVE
covert many tvpet, some of > sl..e.u.nw I inns w* give Jt* Tap VdiM .-..*. Ccnw 20c IDe
....
which by no stretch of the a 5 klsndsa.estiswuk.nd.eaywubelledr. !
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SAVE" r SWEtT TREAT alCfo:

NPCPERSONALS t ASTOR ( R.g..rLewCasr1e' F3S\ FISCHER Clorox PineDppIe4 2 ease $loO

i { CHEK R ALE or SAVE JOe GREEN GIANT

ham Mr.of and 338 Mrs.Lo Rios John St.MacCos held a r,J Coffee Drinks y a BeerCase G Half Gale Peas 3 :': (ass' 99c49c

farewell dinner at their home Mb. Can 12 or. Carts 11SCN of 12 limit One SAVE 17e BRAVO CORNED
last Tuesday for a number of L '
their friends and neighbors whore Beefs 3th'I lao
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1IIa.> naR .
planning to no north for the

were simmer Mr Among and Mrs.the Phillips guests, SAVE flan ors.ifs $1 I 49 --- Th SAVE'70a CABOT OCharcoal

and Mr." Mrs and Mrs Willard W. Pickles Miller Mr Mr 15 for 19.9, Away U M..'Tkr sue* 2'j9c r '? 79C

aid Mrs Guy Fuller Mr. and 1 SAVE 3 eLMtTxTMrCaok SAVE
27l SAVE lOc CKACKIK' GOOD IK SIXTY
:Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mr Bran. 10e
don. Mr. and Mrs Fulsom, Mr. -
and Mrs. Theobald Mr. and !BEEN GREEN GIANT 7m-, Cookies.--
Mrs Campbell Mr and Mrs
Henry Johnson Miss Carrie 6 ANT SAVE DIXIE OA4UN3 OU ASHIONED
&MK style Powdered Rmso
Walker Miss Watson Miss Mara srWMXrMl White or BlueArrow
... Reush and Mr. Dorothv ; n r4. Bread 2 Levee 29cCorn
.
Schueler. Many of these will\ t M/rnEI p! Milk Blue i
t b* traveling north by June 1st. ., SAVE lOe irmE DEBBIE PAM

Mr and Mrs-0-, Kenneth Gibbs 303 Cm Jd- Lit Ou Cremes.t.,,: 39'

t en Marius Reed had their son ...
and daughter-ln., Mr and 'to C CARNATION
Mrs Gary Bibb from Chester C 391 'to :'
'Ph, "
visit W. Va During. here for the several time weeks they 2 for 25 .": 59 AYE; SAYS. 29 InstMilk b. 28c

mere here the younger Gibbs 20tAYE JOe CARNATION:
few over to Treasure Ke. In LWt OM Ys.OK*,with$S N Mor*OrtV I
.I the.Bahamas They left Sunday then on to to return Nassau __ ,. Insl. Milk -l 88C

: home to Cheater, Other guests LYKES SUGAR CRFEK 6 to 8 Pound Averajo
1"i ft the Ken Gibb were Mr, and
1 :MM! Raymond L-nard who
f o drove over from Dama fort a


f, Mr o-day and visit Mr*. Walter Earner: Per : 2g c
PICNICS ind
on East Safford Terrace pent

the St, Petersburg.o weekend with- relatives in


{, Mrs Vernone Tracey on
_
If: West Hyde Park Is entertaining! \V.D BRAND U4 CHOICE PlATt BEEF
:t glint from Detroit! Tier! are I III
e Ii Mr O B Wed, attorney, and: Stew 5 u. 90' FROZEN ElddSSUPERBRANO
Mr: Ronnld ardnrw who will; _
be here, for a week Mn Trace CHUCK. SHOULDER Ott BRISKET roT ; .
1'p,4' tv said they plan to take te Uu Frith / J 1 CREAY SMOOTH
'J Jungle Cruise, out of Fort My- licasl I -*>< u. 78' -
trs -on a sight-seeing trip andaccompanying GROUNDBEEF
4 \
iI I them on the W.D BRAND u.s. CHOICE Ale ICECREAM
:Z f pleasure cruise will be their
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I{ i,, neighbors Mr. and Mrs Law Steaks u. 78 '
,. fence Sullivan. ( Jv
//1. __ SMALL FUEJH PORK
$ Louis and Violet Careen left
this week for New York where Spareribs u.49c g (hs. $ 89 t .. .
: they will\ visit with relatives r Yy
: and plan to visit the World KATH-S BLACKHAWIC SLICED t., re Half |

(: Fair Bacon. u. 55 .y. 2 GaL [Ji 00

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HOT OR MILD BAS
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( '4 Legal I I
on Smith To Address Realtors

r n I... ha15 aINisat tho E.sta of PANIC'

\ not V....4HONEY.County. F)"D-,;hi.sj. I In.. the Isa office of ..of.. A. Bradford Smith, Venice aid copies of the board's new

( ClJSj H.... JOHN T. IUHAM. SarautaCounty attorney will discuss deeds by-laws will be ready to give

mltgs H.... at J ntae..,_, hi. Florida the County, wllhln Court.1.' and related matters before the out at the meeting Morris also

calendar montbi from the .... of lh. Venice Area Board of Realtorsat urged that members who failed

,: rl.., publication alalra or of demand sib Notice.Kaeh ... boo In the May meeting Tuesday at to pick up their Realtor I

..,IUn.. and In duplicate I .lull( ..... th* 8 p,m. in the Sarasota Federal Week material at the April 21
... of rmldene* and poet office .ddreu community room. meeting do 10 at the May
of the claimant ehall b
awornto
CLASSIFIED Houses by th. Claimant h.. ...nt or hla Secretary J. Herschel MorrisI meeting
For Sale attorney; ahall be accompanied. by
Rentals
Boats For Sale LegalIN I nina Iliin. foo, aol .oe .....h .I.'m'
RATESCharge or ......n. not .. lied ahall b* void
$12,895 COMPLETELY The 1'I1ln. fee may b* added. to th*
For a fine home in FURNISHED, FOR GRADUATION into an THE! COUNTY JUDlBs COURT amount of elalm and claim forma may

Rates, both Thursday dtons. :* large bedrooms Venice Gar 1% Efficiency Apartment, $65 enjoyable summer, 8 ft. to 12 IN AND FLORIDA FOR BARAHOTA IN PRORATE COUNTY!: b ofli.> obtained.. from tk* County Jgdaeiof I AM LOOKING FOR A PARTICULARTYPE

.nd Monday Edition betha, den, per month Couple. Includes ft. sail boats From $125 to IN RE ESTATE!: OF LOUISA. D. MAHONEY.
acreened porch DANIEL: V. MAHONEY riecaueilPmhato .. ..... .
lara utilities 704 Myrtle and Ven. $398 Laurel Boat Co., 305 E. .ul"' .f tho Io..to OF MANOne
utility
room, Carport, etc ice File No. OIlS Hanoi V. Mahoney.
$1.50 Large corner lot In By-Way Venice Ave.. Phone 4885572. NOTICE!: TO ( RrniTOKflTO Dereaaed.AUornayi .
good loca. A I.L CRFniTORS AND PFRSONS: HI.AIK AND DEAN.>
word minimum tion Terms. 380 HlUvlew Rd.. APARTMENT, one or two bedrooms BOAT SELLING TIME HAYING< UKMANDB!: AOAIN6T SAID 517 N...... who will tale an Interest in my buuneu. He mutt b*
)
112| Phone ESTATE
( i
488.2894. P. O. Bn. inns.
Word. etch 4e completely furnished 1955 14' Gulflkner, 30 hp V., are berehy not fW and required, Va,8w. Fkolds.PI.iIbi married, preferably 30 to 55, bondobU, preferably church

Additional WANT TO SEE MET Reasonable 500 W. Venice Evlnrude, Tr . .$495 to cii.. .., claim or demand which era May 14. tl. M. June 4. IOU affiliated, Mix operienctd. H* must b* full time" 'g-

both Im :2 bedrooms. :2 Bath.. Ave. Apply 9:30: to noon and 1957 16 C/C, 30 hp gretnve, and prepared t. stat immedittaly. The men

CASH rtfet, TWidaymd homey kitchen, dining and Big Iiv. 2:30 to 5:00: p.m. Evknrude, Tr. . $395 who qualifies could earn above lYera91) Income. The lob ''-
Monday Editions
W8 area. Large screened MODERN 16' Songstercraft, Merc. High School News dealt in torn of the most unusual material In till w.rld.
$1.40 Porch and doublu alrconditioned 400()() E. Tr. . . .$995
Trees and carport stores available in South 1959 18%' Lyman 50 hp WRITE M C. Bee 746, V.nice, Fl.

You 1 like lovely landscaping. Venice Shopping Center. For Jhns, Tr .. . . .$745
me. DUNE LENIIART
|1'2 word minimum) BYRON Information call 488.8858. 1960 20' Squall King $535 By and GENE EDDY

Additional, Word each 5e Phone MARKLE 488.4708 Realtor, AIR CONDITIONED Apart 1958 20' Trojan Sleeps" :2 $795 School la wearing on with Ject was rather long and involved .

.. '.. .. only 18 more school days left to the prizes ranging from C
,.. A. AI.( doe ment, three large rooms, full Hansen Chris Craft Sales Inc
...... Ih... 10 a .he,.. ., It _.. 3 BEDROOMS :2 BATHS Fully bat Reasonable go until summer vacation $125 for first place to $5 for INSTALL-
... .... Phone 488- 1201 North Tamlaml Trail
u.. foo """ '" aa. I established is
.. .., home In Ven. 3785 Everyone getting ready for seventh place helped create
IIH (.' <* MiMrtlm "' ( or 4885994. Sarasota Phone 958.5515 I
A Mrrfct *ham .l fll _..a I Ire Gardens $15| OO. $2,500 I the Junior-Senior Prom buying some excellent papers The results mm WEATHERTRON
..... fo, ... of .h., Goa..'",, P0.p. down phone ,
488 PARTLY tickets outfits of the
.a.b.a. ,. ,..,11. .. .iaaIfI.d 4927. FURNISHED, 2 bedroom 24 TRUSCOTT CRUISER. renting and contest will be announced 'YLJI
cottage, $65 month, Must move at your price. As making appointments with the at the Awards Assembly : -

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY VENICE bedroom GARDENS. Large :2 plus utilities Phone 488-4D27 or Is, where U See at slip behind hairdressers to be heard Monday night All EIFCTRIC HEAT PUMP
1% baths .
panelled 488 6474. Idle While Apt.. on Donna Bay The Prom will consist of dinner June 1.Seniors.
Edition 'Inch UM Florida
On. per room, Cathedral cell ..
.
Both Edition, per Inch $3.SO Ing. Call 488.5397.ATTRACTIVE 3 BEDROOM furnished house Make offer to 4884033. a breakfast.dance, a movie, and will take the day off f' 5
finally Tomorrow
available June 1. $90 mo I next Wednesday, May 20, to HEATING .
Male HeIr Wanted I May 15, the Prom will begin
All clanlfiad ads payable In HOME in nice Write or phone Earl Bond, with Junior. bask in the sun, eat fried
section of Venice Two bed. WA8.4381. Rt No. 3 Box 564X a Senior banquet, chicken, and have a good timeIn
except ..'.bl! hediccount FORMER MARINES receive
advance featuring Mr. Johnson Warren
room, two baths general their annual
Arcadia during
screened Fla. and
give references
fou. (4)) *
( days each
month The
pay as speaker banquet will
porch
and Senior
carport, 1001 Noko- Skip Day The class will
mis Ave., So., Venice 14000. for one week-end drill Regular be held at 6:00: at the Venice be hosted by our Principal Mr. COOtlWOCOUP

CANCELLATION or Low down payment No closing Misc. For Sale credits toward retirement. Gardens Recreation Center John Davis at his home on

ADJUSTMENT costs. Call 488-6701, plus the added earning powerof The dance will start at 9:00: Casey! Key. Water skiing sunbathing ,"Ii'

ftequeih for cancellation .. :2 TON AIR CONDITIONER. California two weeks in summer camp In and will take plarp at the new and swimming will been 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice; Fl*. 4685,59REAL
August Call 836 Venice Beach Casino
The .
Sears Roebuck's Best window the agenda from 8:30: a.m. i
duitmnt b.c of GOLDEN
or a u I I BEACH 1011 Tamoa
| near gulf for details danr will end at t :00. mid at
'
to 4 IB()
type. Not smite :2 old. : p m with lunch servedit
be yrs
prior m sat made for Two bedroom, two bath, 1 :30. a movie! will be phown at 12 30 r
$150. Phone 488.3817 after e : Thursday morning.
Gondolier Situation
Thursday BEFORE Wanted the Gulf Theatre To .
30 foot Florida room p.m. fop everything the Seniors will return to ,
5 fjn on Monday. For Mon. off a breakfast will be school with the traditional sunburns -
d.y Gondolier BEFORE Spm. on 112 ft. corner lot. YOUNG LADY desires work served to all attending at the .

on Thurtday. Sl? GULF STREET Pianos_ consisting of bookkeeping, Elks Club. The hard-working
Steinway Knabe Everett shorthand, typing or receptionist Junior Clasi under the lender- -0-

PHONE George Sleek Winter Cable I-!. L.. Box 748 VeniceWanted ship of C. E. Pitts is rutting Morrison's Cafeteria was the ESTATE INVESTMENT

3 BEDROOM frame. Corner Nelson Fayette S. Cable 09 the whole affair and from scene for the National Forensic

4883125Real lot city water and sewer Hallett &: Davis all that we've heard from League banquet last Friday

Walk to achool and store $7.250 Musette Players them, this one will be one of night. Attending were all the
30 per cent below costl! CaL Pianola Players YOUNG MEN. fulfil) your mil the best! members from the combined Duplex In wonderful location. Small

488-1510 after 4 or weekends itary obligation with only six
Organs-
chapters of Venice Sarasota
Last Friday, May 8 candidates -
,
Estate Allen Lowrey months active duty. Returnfor for Student Council of. and Rivervlew High Schools. down payment with good terms on

Rentals COMPLETE SELECTION OF service with your local Marine flees their Robert Duell Harry Bennett

REBUILF RECONDITIONEDAND Reserve unit Call 836-1911Tamca speeches gave before a campaign combined and Roland Salek were the balance. For further information
VTMrl': II RDR. < NFI' for detail
RNIBHFD FULLY GUARANTEED
speakers These three the
SUBURBAN nharbaa. a Prl arr. > lid,. nfurnfehtd Olh grade-senior high assembly are
WilT CALL LOU JACOBS, 4 .IMt PIANOS AND ORGANS The result of the campaigns presidents of the respective call 488-6413 or 488-4196.
ESTATES FROM $123: InstructionCUSTOM were announced during NFL chapters. The NFL sponicr .

FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM "Florida's Largest Music Co." home room Monday morning. for VHS, Mr. D. O Stone,
MUSIC _
home in Nokomla Heights LESSONS
is leaving us next to teachat
year
The elected are: president
,
Piano
CANNON MUSIC CO. Portable
fireplace, Florida room Organ
Florida State University, so
Bob Somers
Highest County Zoning : vice-president,
screened poivh and barbecue. 1301 1st St., Guitar, Accordion. Special plan Jim Zachanas \the Venice NFL chapter presented -
Phone 4881662.BEDROOMS OpP. Florida Theatre for students who don't have instruments : secretary, him with an umbrellaand
Melody Wendt and treasurer,
Phone
8:00: to B:30a
) to 6 Acre Platted Parcels Private entrance Open Thurs &: Fri. til 9 p.m. .m., 488.1475. Herman Vander Roy Bernius All of the electedare a framed bill for a $16.75
deficit in the NFL
Two blocks from Post Office. I Ph. 958.101} Vonrt. very capable and we wish treasury WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
308 Ponce de Leon Phone 488. them the best of luck and hope -0- ,

ROADS, DRAINAGE, 2436. I Los' that they will combine to makean The annual Awards Night RAMBLER DODGEMs

UTILITIES ALREADY PERSIAN LAMB COAT. Sue I even better Student Councilfor will be held on Monday JuneI S. .ismiaml Trail 4M.mS.-4U4150

AIR CONDITIONED, One bedroom 44. Cost 1000. Sacrifice $ OO. SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING '64.LAlso in the High School Gym at SPECIALIST IN. .

INSTALLED Apartment. For sum Lapislazuli beads, $75. Phone and diamond! wedding ringon last Friday, Senior English 8:00.: This Awards Night takes ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
mer or yearly. Adults. At 251 488.2794. Nokomis Beach off students turned in their place to recognize the efforts
pavilion. Brake Repair Lubricate Cl\a..,.
Nassau Call or see Larry Red. essay. for the annual Rotary and hard work put forth by the :
I Reward Contact The
ATTRACTIVE PRICES, 'ford Associate Chips Johnson POWER EDGER Craftsman New""II"p Gondolier Essay Contest The subject of students throughout the year Front End Alignment" S Oil Chang

LIBERAL TERMS Real Estate, 306 W. Venice 2V4 HP New $73. Will take these essay was, "How Can Anyone who would like to honor Front End Overhaul Adlust Headlights Beams

t. Ave Phone 488-2241 or 488-2279. $50. Phone 474-1114 after 5:30pm Legal One or More of the Rotary In. a VHS student with an Wheel Balancing Electrical RepaIrs|

ternational Four.way Test award is to contact Diane Len- C Engine Overhaul C Any Automatic or StandS -
.
Carefully planned restrictions CHEERFUL. Suitable COZY APARTMENTS FRIGIDAIRE S ton self contalned IN TIll!: CIRCUIT COUBT OF THIn Questions Help Promote Inter hart National Honor Society Radio Repairs ard Trantmtstieti; R p frAirconditionmg
for -
retirees TWFI: .FTH JVI>IClAI. CIRCUIT OF national Good Will and Under president at the earliest possible
and Installation
to Repair
protect your investment In town. Year around or air conditioner for 220 .I..oR104 IN AND FOR fARASOTA standing?" Although the sub- date.

winter season Armada Apt*., volt, three phase use Suitablefor couNTy I. rot IN CHANCERY
MISSION
VALLEY 408 Armada Rd. small commercial installation CHARLCT B. WIILIAMS

$300. See or call R L. Pet"'.' fop Adoption No. 17HQ DISTINCTIVE LARGER

ESTATES VENICE GARDENS. :2 Bed. Anderson, Inc., Venice AirBase NOTICF PETITION BY FOB PUBLICATION ADOPTION OF

Laurel Road East room conditioning unfurnished.$100 Centralair 488.1766.RUBBER Top Yok I...I.... P.,... Qntto, Now fD! Real I Estate Corner I

Ph. Venice 488.3858 per You .ro ha..br ssitt.d. th.1 ...oIltioohoo D
month. 1758 Forest Rd, 488- STAMPS made to order kmi filed In Ih. .. .tloo1 ..s-t ,
3333. Overnight service Office lor Mention BONNIF': SI'!F: BI/1OD.
stock OOOD. a minor. fcr CHARLES E. WIL.LIAMS ._ __ _
personal pocket or n
.nd that rou .,a raqulral la
ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY 4881432. to,*. a awe of VS irma.O, or nbtlofM .. IQIIIIIIIIUI! ._ .. -
l Lots For Sale Apartment. Heated pool. Air .. thereto upon torniv.. for P.-
IItlo..,. WIlli.. H. ....kh.m. none WATERFRONT LOT A HONEYI!
conditioned. W Venice Ave Autos For Sale HIII.I.. S1rHt, P.,...... Plo-id.. ..d This Space liT'S
t NFNICB KFBIDENCI lon Week, month or yearly. Rent ru. lho .rI.I..1 In Ih. 011I.. of th. WATERFRONT HOMESITESSea
VKNICK BIHINF8S ITEM rlork of rlroult Ca.,5. bot.. Yacht On
.n or Tie Your to This
__ CALL LOU JAOOB8 ass-lisT very reasonable during sum '58 CHEVY BELAIRE, 283V8. Jun. 'th, rena q.tui,. whlrh a D..r<. Wall and Boat Resin intercoattal.
mer months 488.3681. Radio heater, Automatic. 5 pro ConfMM will tw vnfamd ....1..1 yoU .. Available on All brand nw
| $$10 DOWN $10 Monthly buys new whltewalls Excellent condition >4 Mid...OM hail BrOMKl a- P._ in VENICE and ready for building! FROM 10000.
You .
I 2 a r hrrofcr ommmdxl to tx nippiir
South Venice lota $20 down, 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the
$395. Ph. 474-1539. I. Mid soap$ on tho IlIth do.of .
$toO month buys centrally located wator Nicely furnished and I J.... Ar' 1911. .5 as "10. to.how IERMIT L. For Your NEW HOME: New 2 bedroom, tile bath, terrazzo scr.ened

Country Club Estates lot or clean. Air conditioner. carport, Wanted To .8. .550a lio..M oh nol.ho asiA.a.itol.WITNInP5 pAttk.s. fee ....... porch, central heat, built.in range, city water and sewer.

Venice Gardens lot. Byron screen porch Will rent short I Buy m, hind ind ...1 a., .Id MICKLETHWAITREALTOR Low down payment no closing coth 12100.
........
Markle court In Fiord. thlo Mae I,
t Realtor Ph. 488.4706.ELK : term or yearly NPC 488-3681 191.. Real EstateAdvertisement
WANTED Small, safe sail w. A. WYNNE. GULF REALTY

r. INLET Seawalled private MODERN 2 BATH, 3 bedroom boat. Not over $200. Call 488- 'I.k, .r Clreul' Court.II 801 I Laguna Drive

boat basins E L. Kilton home furnished 5 Mocks: to 3354. IJopul W. R.CIak G.to.n 488-4621 216 S. VENICE
PH. 4886738 TRAIL.
Bayshore Drive. Nokomls ] Gulf, for 3 months June, Publlihl Her T. 14. II. tl. m<. .
.. _
488-5052 l ""vr 11M J
July, August. Phone Business Personals NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

Houses For Sale after 5:30: p.m.DELIGHTFUL REGISTER HAM UNDER STATUTE FICTITIOUS

completely TYPEWRITERS and Adding Noll. I 10 herebr tlven that th. nrdan .
H Moil. VKNICIE BARCA1N Machines (mechanically gned. doalrlnff to *sea. I In btu .
Il's"r; pal,.,' Barial furnished :2 bedroom apartment cleaned operated n_ undar Ih* trillion name of FIVE BEACH PARK
Chemically
m.w: ) ; ,
OCLOtK LIQUORS at WO Hllltlew
aso-IsU
JACOBS. Adults only Owner supplies like new. Just $12.50 plus partsif Street ........... Florida. Intand' to New. 2-bedroom 2bath. with nice
BAYFRONT Boat heat and water and yard makes Venice reaUtr th. aId ..m. with the Clerk
Private maintenance. 320 Parkslde Dr., requlr.All at th. Circuit Court la and For SamKta 2 bedroom, 2 bath central ht and air conditioning. Many
Basin fur. Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. .
and Boat. Trees, Countr. Florida.WltiuM Wonderful loca-
naked 3 Bdt., Fla room. Den. Javshor Estates Phone 488- 4886113. mr hind and official aaaliMl I screened porch. fine features in this home for comfort."
to'h dar of April 1M4HYAKKA .
$' .000. Block from town Own- 612. BEVERAGk CORPORATION Priced at 17500.
|e,. 118 Winson Englewood. Hri Robert J. aL,,.,,, ProiMent.FublUbi tion. Smal: down payment. Easy
Over-
ON PRIVATE ESTATE. ...
I Apr to May T. 14. tl. "
looking the Bay, at Osprey, SHEPARD FRANK C. RAEBURN
SACRIFICE VENICE GARDENS IN THE I"OITNTY JUDGES COURT terms. For Information call
20 minute. to central Sara sot a IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY
:2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. LUMBER CO. REALTOR
unfurnished
furnished or FLORIDA IN FROBATB.
Apartment
Screened patio, carport, corner Blvd. IN RIt Th. Eo.... of 488-6413 4884196INTERESTED
N. or
bedrooms, 1003 Washington 4S8-2M
lot, central heating and air Two large FLORFNCB T. No. 14M 251 W. Vtnie Av*. Phone 488-IMO -
tile bathroom Kitchenette, Saratota ROCK ItJ a,
conditioning $430 equity, $92 D.a..d.NOTICS.
Room stove .
Large Living gas call
month Taxes-insurance Included TO CREDITORS
1758 and furnace, TV. Annual basis ELLIOTT PAULfor TO ALL CREDITORS AND OTHER I
Forest Rd. 488-3333.
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINSTTHE
no
month. Quiet.
only, $100 per
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SELL OR RENT. Large 2 bed lawn to mow. Frlldaire Ph. You ar herebt iwtllM! and rotiolrriU ,
ROOF TRUSSES (lie ../ alaim, ar d.manda" whlebar
room house Unfurnished 2 SEAMAN 966.2825. FOG h... ...los th. aald. attataofflc ? MODEL HOME FOR SALE!
blocks from bank. Phone 488 Alum. Window & Door In III. of aba Countr Judir* of
1 1788. WANTED by permanent resident Contract Roofing 4 Painting Sa.....la Countr. Ilorlda. I In aba Court.hoiua Including carpeting and draperies
bedroom .., Florida. within rt
businesswoman One at '" EAST VENICE AVE.. CITY OF VENICE
Venice ,. .
Phone 488.2132 (II) '.n' <- month from tha data ofth
BY OWNER Venice, 4 blocks duplex or apartment. P. drat publication of thla aoUca. kacb: H. N. Wlmmers' Realtor, Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof

from Gulf. :2 bedrooms :2 O Box 923 Nokomls, Fla. claim or.demand and m mint lit ...ba.In th.wrltlnt,...*. Induvlfoata ofraaldmc 2 Bedroom 2 Bath 0 Oversize Garage

baths, L.R. Florida Dressmaking, alterations, draperies and uat nfflc* ........ of thailaimint REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE .
Dining Area Immediate $17,500.
TRAILER WITH CABANA, etc. reasonable 48S1130 and mint ba .....rn la hit Occupancy
Room, all electric kitchen, th. elalmint hi* atmt, or hla atUrnay Unien Telegraph
carport screened porch. untO I Agent for WeePers TERMS, NO CLOSING COSTS
utility central or K will .......* void aocordlna to I law.
Bating room, carport, Nov. 25th Dell Goodhart, PAINTING, Exterior and In- W A. not K1US.BOONR I II Monday this" Friday 9 to 5. Saturday to I HARLEY G. WHITEAKERP.
and air conditioning. Nokomls tIAZEN a I3PHORDINQ,
'HO' 150' lot. City water-sewer Padua Court, Rt 2, terlor. Estimates and refer Florida I Power *, Ll"hl BUild....., j CLOSED SUNDAYS O. Box IJ57 Phone Evening
by Vmlca Florida
given
5id lt walk, well aprinkler sys- TRAILVIEW APT for rent by ences cheerfully Call Elliott.ex Atbappon for thaPobii.h "...... I HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice, Fla. 4M-3542
tem. Tile roof shuffleboard perienced painter ApalI II. so. M.y t. U.911..

court. Priced for, immediate year. Completely heat and furnished air con- 488.4060. NOTirB OF INTENTION TO j' -- 1111I1111111111111111111111111111111111I111I11111111111I11!! IIlIIIIlIllIllIIllIlIlIlIilFLORIDA !

'al., $20 mort- Automotle REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
.
500. Will accept On E.
ft.
Sage. itloned 1000 Sq. TransportationLADY Tb* nndaralvnva do i hri.hv' certify ;
Drapes Refrigerator, St., close to stores that h* I I. onductlnii a BARBER BHOPbiulnaia
Waiher included. Tampa at 141 E. Miami An., v.&,....
TeIeptuon,4885178 and Dryer. Tel. 488-1321. RIDER to Michigan .....'.. nnd.r th* fletltlou. ..oa of Hera INTERESTED? LIVING IS FUN! I I Venice Gardens Lot
trans- Barber Shop and that aald fin.i I
around 20th Free
s BEDROOM: HOUSE. CB-:i 2 BEDROOM House Nicely port.tion.May References required. lamai aompoaed and plaeaa,of th'of* naldenc following: are who.aollown J I Bedroom 2 bathe, Screened Check fneke Realtors forU 80.110 lied

Mars old Venice furnished. Walking distanceto Phone 488-1028. Porch, attached carport, Oil
In South
Beach. $69. W.pay Donald S T. HcOea, Rt I. Bo. IM. GOOD LOCATION
Mortgage plus closing cost Ph Nokomis Nokomla. Fla.Ownenhln. heat Rentals
488-4715. utilities. 4888127 LADY GOING NORTH. NewMampshlre. of McG*. Barber aDo, laa 105 East Aurora
Vicinity Boston.Needs follow' *i $1,200.00
: and 3 Donald J. T McOea, JM per ..nl.II $17,50000 UNFURNISHEDH. HomesLots
3
47 FURNISHED ; driver. Expenses paid.
MOHAWK RD. So. w l I"e, ARCS ll mr Intantloi la apple la th.
:* BR. Furnl.hld' si-Ill room apartment Also: single I highest references required. n.tk of th Circuit Court In and for N. WIMMERS
Saraaota County Florida, to.Rl.t.r thaaid Martin S. Stancik
Minted Very reasonable summer Venice Post Office Box 694. Ph. .
rooms !
In out. 2V4 "ormrot I ....* MrlM** Barber Bhap underprovlalona
$775000. 2H dje/- rates Weekly, monthly Englewood 4741118.TRANSPORTATION. .h. of Ch.,,", fnttl. Law REALTOR
tote ,..trly Walk to beach and I of Flor da, Alt of hOt The Best! b ,,, REALTOR
$750.00. Broker. Buere- 221 W. Miami Ave
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Vacationers welcome to Ensle- Wltn. mr hand this ttth da* of
'u Buereau C. C. (Chip) shopping Rd. wood daily for work at 7:00am Ap'II. Ue4.Defl'AI.D 488.5308 Ttl. 4885443THURSDAY I IC
504 and 516 .rmada 1. T. M.OEE.Pablbhs : :,
Johnson Martins. SUncik Ira J. Glockner So.Jtea I 9.10. call 474-2569. Phone 483.1789. j lAp.. 5e M&f J, &10 105b I -.- .--- _- J



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PAGE TWELVE THE GONDOLIER: l _THURSDAY, MAY 14,14rGOLFING



The Animal, WorldBy Softball Venice! Lions Win 1st Half Title





(Editor', with Note this; The Issue MARGE GONDOLIER IsInaafvraUng children races PALMER for also the have women competitive and the Under Season WayThe In Jr. LOOP.; 3-Wav Tie In Senior

a weekly series events. These races have been -

PRO-MANAGER en the happening In the Animal held for nearly three years and Softball season opened Venice. Lions clinched the rightfield in the opening inning. Mike Graft relieved (

4r,1: LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB World la the Venice are an enjoyable spectator here and at Englewood Tuesday first half championship in the in the third and slammed nuciu.
Area. Author of the columnIs sport with Bodager's Paintin junior division of Gulf Little Osprey Recreation posted door on his opponenu the

M Marge Palmer, wife of Dr. Hard work and rigid training downing Shirting's Plumbing, League with a cliff-hanging! 2. three wins over the weekendto the remainder of the dur1l\\'
game
NATIONAL GOLF DAY C, S. Palmer. She also" eon have put these ponies in top 84, and Englewood Bait House 8 victory over Osprey Merchants tie Venice-Nokomla Bank Richard Blizzard; lot'hi

On May 30th the seventh National Day for Golf wit I be ducts an obedience class for condition, resulting In many; out-slugging First Federal, 15- Monday at the Osprey i. for third place in the standingswith first start for Klwani and .
dedicated. Af you know, this day proceed art assigned to dogs and shows her dogs and ribbons and trophies being I 12, in fast pitch action, and Recreation Field five wins and four losses given a solid 10-hit attack b

more than 200 charitable organizations.Each others In shows throughout brought home by their proud Venice Shopping Center squeezing 4I -. The win gave the Lions an apiece. The Bank nine lost one his teammate The bit iC
Babe's
Plumbing,
and every golfer for a donation of $1, may have an the date) owners Results of this Sun peat 8-1 mark for the season, while and won one. was Richard Rohlwint'i horn*
opportunity to beat the acore of Julius Boros or Jack Nick- day's races will be carried in in a slow pitch contest. the loss dropped the Merchant Tied for fifth are Venice Rotary run, the first round-tripper)
laus, who will play their rounds on June 1. The world of animals is a this column next week. John )Hunter and Tommy to 6-3 record with only one I and Florida Power 4 the season hit at the munichw

The proclamation of this Day of Golf for the atate of Florida fascinating, satisfying a n d a Reiter paced the Shopping Hunter Center game to be played in the first Light with four victories: and park Gordon Struble TV\ .

was made last month by Gov Farris Bryant. stimulating part of the existence Saddle horses in this area three-for-three attack with and Reiter going two. halt five defeats apiece. Both teams Willie and Randy Willi .T"t\?

During the past four year Lake Venice has been well of so many of we mortals also account for much activity. or-three. B. Williams and K. Osprey's George Yarhaus lost twice during the week as had two hits for the 'nntl'l,

represented but this year as chairman of this "day" for light here in our area there Many of our young people are Allen had two apiece for and the Lions' Barry Knot! did Nokomis Lions who have who scored: two run i In till
the state I hope we lead every other club in winners and are large number of people busy, going to shows, training Babe' looked up in a real pitcher' I won only one while losing nine first and third Innings tw
adding to their live by their and taking in duel with Yarhaus' wildness The Elks won one and lost two in the fifth and five In
participants. part competition.
association with the animals Trailing Sol going into the seventh place the
Every golfer man woman or youngster may compete being the difference in the out to wind up in ixth.
hey love work with and Maxine Britt with her thoroughbred bottom of the seventh, the
care He walked only three, with a 3-- mark.
be come. The
so when you come out to the club on Memorial Day only member of the (V.
for rallied for three run
"Little Brown Jug Shoppers could change
$1 and earning but uncorked several wild The standings team to
a of this charitable event by donating your prey get
part Each week I win endeavor to took first place in the halter and the victory Don Haucke week' activity from a pair
this
big with
either pitches that played a partIn hits E
the right to shoot against the scores to be posted by was Bobby Arnold.
give readers of class for led off with single and Reite |H
Boros Nicklaus on June 1. a roundup the gelding at Parrish on a the two runs scored by the second to seventh place, but a singled In the ]
1 or activities in the world April 25. She also tints followed suit. Hunter drove second tnd
LEAGVES sports copped Jon!. The lone hit off the fast victory by the Elks over Venice fourth frames.
where animals and their own In the senior barrel race and them both in with a double and hander Lions would not endanger
and Men's Wednesday tailing right was *
Ladies' the -
Both the
Friday Morning
era or trainers are concerned.The the Jack-pot barrel race. Shel- hen scored the winning run i triple by David Knott in the the first place finish of the Ricky: Braun started for 0.
Afternoon leagues got off to excellent starts. However, prey and wa
Iy Huston took first In an error relieved
a junior on by
fifth. Knott' hit did figurein latter.
not
the results of the men's league came )in too late for this column Randy Young Braun
Venice Obedience Class western pleasure competitionon The Shopping Center will the run making as he was Yankees Lead was the
to report. loser
The league rosters are complete but substitutes are being had its graduation Sunday. "Little Bit. meet Rawle Funeral Home left stranded on third. In the Farm System, the
Winner of the trophy for the We want to welcome Miss here tonight at 7 p.m. in a Barry Knott was touched for Activity in the junior nit'
registered: to fill in when there is an absentee on a team. Yankees lost their first gameof
LADIES RESULTS highest scoring dog hi the class Parley Clevenger, a new riderin low pitch game, and at 8:3': three singles, but the Merchants the but still remained senior divisions will resume -
was Mr Douglas Burrow. with our area, She is experienced p.m. Bodager's will play the did not get a base runner year night and continue tomorrow
Emma Manning and Eleanor Geigley 2 points; Terry in first place by a halfgameover
his beautiful German Shepherd In hunter and Jumper Bait( House in fast pitch action past second. He walked night and Saturday, All tetmi
Hatton and Em Rohmann, 2 points; Irene Bryant and Mane the White Sox.
"El Toro.' At Englewood, it will be 1st and struck out 10 in In the farm system will ..
only one
a a Federal knocked
Reichard 2 points: Olive Arnell and Ida Beake 2 points; a Sarasota action Saturday.
Federal Shirlin, .. his third win of the
Ruth Johnson and Hazel McGlynn 2 point; Betty O'Shaugh- Kathy Smith daughter of Mr. Two events are coming up Games vs.here are played at posting First National Bank out of sole
nessy and Jerry Uranker 0; Rella Beigtwy and Regina Bu- for people interested in dog year. possession of the top spot In .
and Mrs. T. D. Smith, handled school field and at
the high The Lions scored run in the
ford 0; Anna Yarger and Irene McPherron, 0; Barbara her German Shepherd "Teca" hows. One Is scheduled at Calhoun Field in Englewood.Fast first Inning when a Eugene the senior division with a 10-5. O)) PLUMBER!
Hackett and Veah Handler. 0; Edith WestfaU and Margaret in the Obedience Ring at the Daytona Beach on May 23 and verdict on Tuesday night Kiwanis
Fowler walked, stole second
Smith, 0 (Scoring Win 2. Lou 0, Tie 1.) St. Petersburg, Sarasota and another at Jacksonville on May Pitch Schedule whipped Osprey, 12-2, to
GRASSES -: 24. Mar 14 CnibwaaJ. ...It Raw Rfsd.rwi went to third on a wild pitch gain a tie with Sarasota Federal .
Tampa showscoring in all P.lntlnn it Vmlcai 1'1... and scored on a passed ball.Thro..inr CUR BEAN
Bank EXTRA
Many residents and visitor ask us daily what type of three "Tece" is a Companion '........1 ... Shlrll..'. Ptambln' and First National
we used on the new back nine When the Bahia was torn Now that Mir It Pint talent ... 1Ind._. ErrorIn All three have won six while SHOWER GETTER/
grass we're be
Dog (CD) dog. May she on about to ,
go ... '.
... .
.hlrtl. atKntlrvooo AMD FAMILY
t V ik : Salt H. LIVING
thr.e.Danny
advised to the third, Knott was losing
up from the fairways two year ago we were use to higher award bothered by the pesky mosqUito ., Barry
Tifton No 419 Bermuda as it resist disease and recovers we must give thoughts M., tl Shl.II..'. ... IMiwr'i at safe on an error and advanced Jarvis was winning<< WILL BE
from roots underneath rather than on top as Ormond doe. The racing ponies of Venice 10 our dogs and the heartworm v.E..Iow"..*.: rim. Fakr.l.i .. I10It HOM .t to second on a wild pitch and hurler in the Sarasota Federal BETTERTHIS

Tifton Bermuda will be used on the front nine this summer owned by Mr. George Vree- roblem. The bite of the mosquito May t' -- nilrllM'l *.. Pint F.dml .- then scored when the Merchant win Jeff Knuckles took theoss.
-- is mt V.O.s; Boaarar'l .., BaM ROOMKailfrad shortstop threw over the first Richard Austin led the n a
land Mr. Jav Robinson and the cause of heart- ,
Mr. E. B. Roberts, will betaking worm. Try to keep your dog in.lide .t Mar tl Roaaort w. Flnrt ....*., taseman's head on a ground six-hit attack posted by the
Pole Vaulters Score For VHS part in harness races at as much as possible when ....1 at Voile,, *! aurll.'4 i*. Barl ball hit by Mike Young. winners with two singles in
Raw at Entltxront The balls hit out of the three times at bat. For the losers
.. only
the Sarasota Fairgrounds on the mosquitoes are bad. Times Jun. I Ball Horn. Pint Tad.
: : Sunday. These races have been that he has to be outside, use a ml .t v..I.., Sod ew. ".. Ihl.II..'. infield by the Lions were the Mike Rich rapped double
Bob Harrison and Terry urday in the tough Class A u F.n.lawmd.Jun. .. in four tripe to the
triple by David Knott in the and single
wonderful family repellant on him and the .
Gainesville a get-to great Rail Haw w Md.ewY
I I Green were the lone members state meet at getter for all Involved. fear of heartworm taking his vw5.i. 11r..1. n. ahtriln.'s fIfth and his fly-out] to deep plate.
I School HarrISOn notched four by
of the Venice High .t E.._......
track team to score points Sat- placing\: second in the pole vault There are "Powder Puff life will be lessened. Just Ventral.' ,-Bait lot Haw Paw. .!i..w.: .IkdaewStit
and Green tallied 3/8 of a point E.-04.' BhimniltM
1 ... ....'. Gulf Little League StandingsSENIOR
-
by tieing for third in the same Jon II nhirll s' I5d
.t vwin.i. i lat Futeral n. Ball Haw al I 'T
YOURCAR event OracleBy '.. Irwood.Jim. .. e all
to Coach Jim Osprey K Shlrllni'l. ... lit FMamlVralp. JUNIOR:\ DIVISION DIVISION
According
.. ., .; RorinOTi ... BaK Haw
% i Somers, it was the strongest .t Eft......d.Just .. ... ,...... w 5 L I GRLW.In N.tl",nat.. Bank 11'4 r.GIIL.ot 4Ran. -
: meet ever held at the state BETTY KAtFFMANP.O. : It Bndanr'i lit rdal atvw..l o.pnr NercL.s. .,. Fdrat I _
..
-
i fUilrlhifi Bait" How* M : : :
level with many of the Class v.N. B..k = :::.:: Itlw..l. a tY.,5 -
Box 33%. Osprey. FU. Phone !96C267SThe E.olowoool. ... ... 0....., 8.t.Iooo _. I I 5 000..., I I WEEK'SSPECIALS
P"". -by- A marks bettering those' set by lu. It,- R.It HOUM 1M r J.r.lVmltai .. v...,.. Rnt..... _. I I I ahon nl.1I CLASS. I I fTk.rda'a
the larger Class AA schools. South Trail Area Volun with Mrs Anna Lee Carleton .t E..low" BodaW. M. ShirllnC. Florida P.ww a LI.bt ._ I I I rUnttiSara
..,.. ..,.. Or i
Bill Phillips Vr like. I ( I Partial I 5 v. Hop
teer Fire Department siren as leader She will be comingto Jan. tl' Bait Houa va BnUnr'lVnlea
NolmmU Ltona -I r R......,'. salt.i.l .
.
Thinking about that summer sounded long and loud last the church from Arcadiaand Y E.Ilawnod.JIIIM. .:. lit rd.r.i .. Shlrllm M .Clinch. ) lit Itlf tnr- will w.Aew National. IS. 0...... II.
trip? Her*'* a suggestion. Be Li'llndiansWhip Thursday morning in Osprey.It is highly qualified to K Ut ideal. ... Boduv'iVanlea .01..101I.. Krnnto t Taaaaar'l V...... RnalttKara Han.. CaMrr *
.
sure to pack at least some of was not to announce a fire, teach in a situation of this nature .t :, Bait R.... w. Wiirlini" atllrwooi 'no..4.-Rlto Pan>ral 10. In National l 1959 MERCEDES BENZ
E. v..... Elk. 1!. 101........, Um 1. Iwank. It .no..... tTMlrhf. .
however. Each .
your travel items In soft canvas The ribbon-cutting department In the Julr 1 Milrllni'i n BtMl.nr' tvwk.l rrlttr'i RmltiOq '. _...... 4-Dr New Tire
or cloth bags. You can use ceremony was being heralded Sunday School will receive her EnsI, I lit, Floea. Bait How atIrwooa ..., ROT II, VNi" Bank t. lat Natloa.l" ... lIoN.I, I W 51195
stuff into Mcintosh and the citizens the special attention and ... 0...., Mm II FPaL 1.VMIM pus, .t V...,_
these to including help.
pliable bags lair t Shlrllai'i lot Pntoral i stV..1 | Unu l,, Rotanr. .. R.t.....,'. SraaaalaVaiilaa
nooks and comer in your school children enjoyed the of- The Missionary Society Is _.. _'. w. Bait HOUM at a.......,'. R_.lt.Oipnr Shan OMar w. 000_. I

trunk or wagon, and load more The LT1 Indian of Venice ficial opening of the newly refinished preparing a play for Wednes ntlraooa.Jnlr, Bodmr'l...... tat. Prdaral stvwfat Hank M<,rek I,..Elk.:Rotary'' 1. t.VNa ..P..Fed at w 0....Klwaah..,,. I a.m.. at 1957 CADILLAC,
into the Junior High School whipped Church Street Church Rhirllnt'i Bait Haw at .
space day, May 20. Several of the Oiprv RM II. Nokmnli Uoni It.VmiM
n.l vn.T.ad.rk Loaded including" s*
What month do ('.5. far buyers Brookside by 83 strokes 482- Street, from the Tamiaml Trail ladies will be involved in the waaa.Brookside Lions II. FPaL I. ..k...... ,
..
"Woaaar'l RMaltaVffltM Klwanla 1.. National, 4 aav at
sign up for the most and 565, in a match played Tuesday east to Glenwood Avenue, run production which should be of L..... r. anew Mirtk .. Vmkw.Oiprrr. $795
the least new can? Surprisingly at Lake Venice Golf Club.It past the new Osprey Post Office extreme interest to those who Wins 0....T RM II. V ..,.... VwfwEach .
a. al
enough April i I. the month was the sixth straight win I and ends at the Osprey wish to see missions dramatized ..Twish1's. VcNo B..",. I p.. at 1959 BONNEVILLE,
when the largest sales of new for the locals as they continued Recreation Little League Park.It The Family Week Emphasis Vwla.. year a* many as 20,000
....... Loaded
W/A
car ia reported. September is to dominate play in the County is a main traveled street in was closed Sunday as Over VJIIS, 4-1, 0...., Ra halts.a,,Oiprar March, I aaval elk find refuge at the 24.000- ,
the low sale month. Junior High league town and all Osprey is happyto special honor was paid to moth- I Otpnr.fcurr acre National Elk Refuge near $1295
First do accident Venice score: it in such fine shape. In ... Noaoa.1. liana, I .... at
; thing to at an see era. The Motherot-lhe-Year Tennis MeetThe Vtaica.Vrrk.. Jackson, Wyo.
I :f Is to protect the scene. Put out Morton Chile. 41; Steve Speakers at the ribbon-cutting voted on by the Church turnedout &I.... ... Va l.. Uoaa, ( aj&lKa CHEV IMPALA
Jt'1 flares or red flashers. Flares Rayburn. 42; Jeff Sourbeer, 47; ceremony were the Rev. Ed- to be Mrs. Edwin Youngof Venice Junior High e. Vwkw< af IH B.lf 1961

,.: are a must for night. Light one, Don Willis 47; Ed Courtney, ward Owens, master of cere- Osprey Pastor Jones spoke School tennis team lost its sec S...r..''. Hrh.4alaVwla. Convertible
) throw on pavement 300 feet behind 49; David Rose 49; Kirk Tisch- monies; Mr. L. L. Parker, on "Mother Goose Rymes that ond match in five starts Tuesday Li.,. ... 000..., lUa. 1 a... $159?

';. wreck and another flare ler 49; Mark Koenig, 50; Tolly chairman of the Sarasota fit some Mother." In the when Brookside Junior N..w.pLoa.* *." rrL p... "
j 300 feet ahead of the wreck Bowles, 53; and Ben Steele, 55. Board of County Commission Ing service the "' evrn'j High posted a 4-1 decision over 0.V...,... .

scene. It PlY in lafety..r era; Mr. Fred Haigh./ county viewed the film: "Tammy. the Li'l IndialUl.I p. 1960 BUICK
noise commissioner from this district B".. ... *.*** Station
; Yon may hear strange -- For Family Picnic and Fun Patty Johnson defeated B. T .p./ Vtmlefc WASHYOUR Wagon
coming from your car sometimes : and Mr. Chuck Morgan the church gathered at the O. Barr, 7-5, to post the lone Venice HAIR $1495
4lli 1 You won't worry about for an Sarasota County Engineer L. Sims residence after Sun I victory, Ron Jones lost to FARM SYSTEM NEW '

,'. I, them if you brine your Ford enjoyable GOLF "This newly constructed day morning service. Beneath M. Furrell, 2-6; Roger Tyrrell T..k_ __ I Vi L T THE Other Lot
: back to BILL PHILLIPS FORD street in Osprey," said Commissioner the large oak tree, tables were dropped a 1-6 set to R. Wapir- w hi.. 5.5 _. .__ I a I 1 I EASY WAT rI Many

r f for your regular service and day of Haigh, "is the beginning laden with food enough and to i ick; Kathy Johnson and Jimmy I.dl... ___. I a I Models To Choose
+ maintenance We have factory of a series of street improvements ipare. A large group found this Meadow were dropped by 0...., __ __ I. I a I I
'j f trained mechanic who can do I TRY here, which I hope type of fellowship much to its R. Consir and T. Weiner, 6-4; 0.41.5 II' \ From

'" your service work quickly expertly SARASOTA.GOLF will eventually lead to the site liking. and Steve Johns and Billy Hurt ,...k_wdnw4r'a O.o., I.Wblte .1Ito
and at fair prices. Stop CLUB of the School Complex on the -0- were edged by B. Hendry andT. 5a I" '.
,,1 by tomorrow and try our service Old Trail. I hope that this new Osprey Little League stand- Subs 6-T. iMllaaa. I....0..........,.'.I.RMiNaKndair. ESTIL'SNew
i! at BILL PHILLIPS FORD. I DAILY GREEN (0 AA school becomes a reality very ings Monday, May 11, as to 54. Ta.kw 4. P NEW OIALCFT FAUCET
11 I : We all of our friend t. '''FEES go.Uv Whin, .... 14. li..ana 4.
urge . soon. Then the old school site victories and losses are as follows was a well-known and beloved riraba & Used Cars
4. O.r+ L5.15r4r'5
../, be extremely careful when I I Jvst Off SM Rid?. Rd. can be used for a library, or : Senior League Pirateswon friend and neighbor. A fmer. r SHMaate. Babe's Plumbing Co.,

," .' driving. We hate to go t*> I! South of Sarasota other county facility. Osprey 3, lost 5; Osprey Recreation : man would be hard to find. He Piro.w'Au, .Ears... l n.oSI.h"k.., t.u..t, II L.V..|... 488.2402 488-5282 215 S. TamiamJ Trail
'1 funerals! JO'ii has always held a warm spotin won 4, lost 4; Osprey was a devoted husband and v...... u
I {;1 my heart, ever since I have Merchants, won 4, lost 3; Osprey father. The writer especially 0.,., ... DtKfanra. H aat. at 0.p'..... Radio Equipped Tracks TELEPHONE 48S-654I
P. O. Bon
I $ -- been attending community Farm Team, won S, lost 2. remember how concerned and 454, Nokomis -

'ii gatherings here and watchedthe Go Teams Go! Last Saturday helpful he was last summer

I large turnout of local people a sixth inning rally by the when our baby got a case or
ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION in support of local projects. Osprey Pirates gathering eleven two of the usual "wanderlust"and
Local activities in Osprey are runs failed to outdo the wandered to the Jones res Jim Render's Drive-In Liquors

I, I II better attended than most like First National Bank of Venice idence. Mr. Jones took him by
: activities in the entire county." with 14 runs in that ball-game. the hand until his mother was
I MAINTENANCE I Mr. Haigh also said that he The Recreation edged the Nokomis in sight and passed him over to 125 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 488.6508 OPEN SUNDAYS
:, would do all in his power to assist Lion. 11-10 in seven in her
i LIGHTING SUPPLIES in the decision to completethe nings. The Osprey Merchants -0-

i work begun on the Osprey were victorious over the Venice Please call 965-2675 In the

I ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. fishing pier. The pier construction Rotary 9 to 5. The Indians evening or drop your new in CALVERT i ANCIENT
has been halted and this (Farm Team) lost 12.9 to the the mail to P. O. Box 332, Osprey
I project is under scrutiny of the Venice Pirates. Win or lose for publication in this col
J! Base & Coctrill Stroh Phone 488.6794 West Coast Inland Navigation these boys play fine ball umn. We'd like to hear more EXTRASCNENLEY

{rl District at present. -0- i about college students in the i
:.p3 -0- The sympathy of Osprey residents area, who are home for the AGE
i The Church of God In Osprey goes out to the family of I summer and more about Osprey -

1 Forth*) I Ask For Your i I. looking forward to ateacher's Mr. Irvin Jones, who passed resident in the Armed
Workshop May 23-25 away on Saturday. Mr. Jones Services.
tit RESERVE
"RULE OF REASON RUN-OFF Vote

IN OUR COUNTY"HAVEN On May 26 a. wje.t 4.19FIFTH

Because: 3.99

I. I will NOT increase: t.... You know where the money goes I

by hiring eo-ordinators FIFTH

: end sports to do the with a

work you alect me to do. Keeping track of year money li to much' easier
2. I will, NOT
e approve
when you pay by check.
County competition with TkrsonafCheckinq I
Your cancelled check are complete records:
privat industry. GALLONS SWISS COLONY
J. I WILL k..p the County of each transaction..legal proof of payment :

start to the health and Your stubs and monthly statement give you i .

I idiif:: .em' of our out-go.convenient record of the month income and SWEET WINE 4.69 DRY WINE 3.69


E 4. I will s..k mae payrolls Budgeting It more successful with a check.
from sow indu,tri... A of CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CALIF. WINE L69iJ
5. I am not run I by> or Indebted ceo u ing account.,. you gain more dollars for the

to any bosses or thing you really want to do and have. Open

; I' baclert. your Personal Checking Account icon,
I II''t! ?AGE E 6. By profession, I'm what;' CARLINGS 6 pat
1 REGAL
!I jl the law calls a "reason- scar a edtee flSJT msrwuimcf COLD BEER : BUSCH plus 99c

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