Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00199
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00199
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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: DOWNPOUR DRIVES DANCE INDOORS Heaven Dines Name of the two top senior I

I' I ; ,j scholars class at in Venice the 1964 High graduating School

have been announced by VHS
rizzle Fizzles Beach PromenadeOle 1 Principal John E. Davis.

As Family MournsWINTER Valedictorian at the June I
N 1i outdoor commencement exer.
Mr, Ram ravaged the Roman ruins at Venice F9 4 ArA clues in the high school football
h Pavilion Friday night but failed stadium will be Robert Harrison -
3: to daunt Venice PARK One evening ed the Racquet Club her be- Jr J.ii
H..1I School's juniors and seniors who continued their last week, Ron Heaven fore he went to Venice. + 4 son. of Mr and Mrs.

2 prom of the year at Venice Gardens Recreation walked into a Winter Park Mrs, Bias is a sister of Or- Robert W Harrison, 917 Church
Cv r where the annual banquet was held earlier. grille and had dinner. The day ange County Deputy Sheriff .I St, Venice Salutatorian )to
Curious grown-ups driving by the beach for a peekit before, sorrowing friends I and Charles Fagan t Nancy Matheme, daughter of
the pretty party.going teenage girls and the glam 4 w ) I relatives had held a memorial The Orange County sheriffs Mr. and Mrs. F E. Matherne,
50 Riverview Rd., Englewood,
'(a sophomore class "Roman slaves were greeted l service for him. office and the Winter Park police
Graduation week
"v s policeman turning them to the right while then Heaven formerly of this cen said they knew nothing n with bar
get underway a
.".- decorations presided over an empty pavilion. e/a tral Florida community, disappeared about the Heaven case except i I 4 calaureate service Sunday,
ihspot.. of the prom, themed "Roman Adven wy April 28 supposedly on what they had been told by 1 May 31, in the high school
was the midnight of the telephone from the Venice
;r' crowning king and a post-midnight fishing excur- police I gymnasIum. The annual

set' Bob Harrison and Miss Frances Weblnga, sion after closing for the day .. ... Awards Night program is
'vown right They were voted the honor by the facultyfrom his Deckhouse Restaurant in All the aforementioned people scheduled for the following

the seven senior boys and seven senior girls, Venice. declined to discuss the ROBERT HARRISON night, Monday June 1, also in

nominated by their senior classmates s The small outboard which he Heaven affair, saying they the gym. All three events will
Runner.up became members of the Class of 1964 had borrowed was found beach. were under strict orders not to r- at 8 p m.
Prom Court, They are, left to right below, Cynthia ed in the Midnight Pass area, talk begins r t 'A' Student t
jhtman, Gene Eddy, Melee Davis, Smyth Brohard, rl
: near Sarasota, and an immediate Besides an almoststraight"A"
Nancy Matherne. Gordon Bradford, King Bob Harrison, TT1 and widespread search was scholastic record during
Queen Frances \Vtbinga, Jill Nicol, Steve Maurer, launched by sea, air and land VIIS Home Ec his high school career, young
Nancy Hicks, Howard Trefethcn, Diane Lenhart and No trace of him was found. Harrison has been a stellar all-

Bob Dandrldge Nobody here seemed to know SlatedThe round athlete in the VHS sports
The class hosted the event with class Program
junior junior
anything about his mysterious program
president, C. E. Pitts, In charge Miss Norma Owen A nine-letter winner, Robert
disappearance his
vas mistress of ceremonies l ii his reappear.where home economics department 1 lettered all three year in football
ance here or present
Events began with a 8 p,m. banquet at which of Venice High School basketball and track. In
LL! about At least if they did,
under the
direction of Mrs
of the Boardof
John:on Warren vice-chairman Sarasota they were not talking. football during his junior and

County Commissioners was guest speaker The Gulf However, this much Is Elsie house Hanson In,home will economics have an ...... senior years, he was named to
Theater treated the Juniors and seniors to a double. known: open :, the White Sands Conference
k .lure movie at 1 30 aim and The Elks Club served room 8. Wing A. tomorrow and All-County teams as well
breakfast to the still-exuberant celebrants at 11:30: a m Heaven went in" dinner last from 7:30: to 8:30: p.m. i as All-State Class A during the
week at the G&N Grille, 5320
Refreshments will be served
season Just; past. He was co-
Edgewater Road an establishment and door prizes awarded captain of the VHS Indians
he frequented before I ... ,
Students will display hand. football team in his senior
y moving to Venice last September ... ., .
i re w I. ir sewn articles, made during the f year.
.r to take over operation of school year, and homebaked L. In basketball, he was again
the Deckhouse. goods The food will be given '- :
-- named All-Conference player
Appearance Changed as door prizes to guests I NANCY MATHERNE during his senior year along! I

bAt Acquaintances easily recognized with heading the VHS team a*
him although he had captain He was named All-
1 shaved off a mustache whichhe Federal Board Conference for a third time in
had when they last saw him track during his junior and senior .
and he combed his hair d ffer. years and was fifth in the
> I'I ently. state In pole vault during hIs

I H. ) tV .,, 1 Otherwise, he appeared Names junior year and second in the I
; l l' normal. He ate a meal of codfish Shepard same event as a vice senior presidentof

:. 'ItY f"; t", \ cakes and had a cup of Harrison the Lettermen's was Club in his
coffee The G&N Grille is own
ed by Mrs. Mary Meyer who The board of ducctors of (Continued on Page 2)
y"eaa has operated the place for seven First Federal Savings & Loan
kh a vears Assn, of Sarasota at their

i I Two of Heaven's former em regular meeting elected J. W. VJHS Science Lf
/1 J j ployes in Venice now are employed "Bill" Shepard to fill the Vacancy .

J '* at Mrs Meyer's grille resulting/ from the recent Students On TVFour
They are Mrs. Katie Bias a death of Ernest C, Sears

black-haired, dark-eyed waitress The announcement was made .
and her husband, Justo today by George K. Page, executive i School students Venice have Junior been High invited .
Garcia Bias, a bartender vice-president and man i
in television
to a -
The Bias went to Venice with aging officer.
Heaven when he took over the Shepard is a native of M -;.- program that will be
Deckhouse but returned to snort!,, a graduate of Pendleton / broadcast over Educational r

Winter Park before his disap- High School, Pendleton, Ind.. .. Television Station W E D U
pearance. The Bias also work. and Ft Wayne Business College : Channel 3 next Friday, May

.. ... ed for Heaven when he operatty He come to Florida in t.
.. _. ,.... -, ,, 1<' .' 22.The
1939 to take a job with Booker students are Steve
& Co., a wholesale building I t' Steve Rayburn, Roger Tyrrell
supply firm in Tampa. } and Carol Walker end the program .

iiport Woih-$7-Million; Anderson Says In Army the Pacific duty from Theatre 1943 to during 1945 t ; Science will Program be a This ninth televisionby claas grade i Is

World War II earned him a regularly taught on
, Field Commission in Psychological J. W SIIEPARD Owen M. Lee who conductsa .
Science lesson
W W, AUMANN made the prediction to his within the next 90 days in formulating such regulations Commissioners L. L Parker. he Warfare.to Sarasota After the to takeover war Builders' Supply Credit Association regular through Thursday with a
EARL son he added. For example, and Masel C. Huston the county came
fellow Rotarians that when the The West Coast Inland Navigation -I Air the management of the He is active in many review scheduled each Friday,
that a 40 to 1 elevation and Sarasota-Manatee
he explained
has ,000
'y Councilman Ralph E. master plan for the airport is District put $60 ratio must be maintained port Manager Richard V Wolfis family business Shepard Lumber civic affairs, is a member of The four Venice students will
wn listed the value of completed and contemplated :In escrow to finance construction : I of the chairman Company: and this continues the Chamber of Commerce, the conduct the Friday review
Venice Municipal Airport improvements made this $7 of this l project as an access at the ends that for runways 40 to occupy the major part Elks Club and the Shriners. which deals with human physiology .
That means every Homing Beacon
well over $7 million in I million valuation could very road dJ6'ini the Caspersen 1 feet from the end of the runways of his time. He 1 Is the son of W G. (Guy) The students will be
before the Venice-NokoI conceivably be upped nearly property the airporton one-foot elevation Is allowed Another contemplated Improvement Since 1946 Shepard has servo Shepard who has served as accompanied to Tampa for the
million the south a at the airport within ed director of the Sara President of First Federal of by Mrs. Mama Walker .
Rotary Club Thursday another feet as a program
example 4,000 .
Before FAA approval given For the next is the installation !
at the Early Wynn Steak Road Plans UnderwayOne maximum year sota Bank and Trust Company. Sarasota since it was charter. local junior high Science
from the a
however, zoning runways of 24-hour 7 days a
e. of these ImprovementsIs proper height of 100 feet a He is also a director of the ed in 1934. teacher.
beach road laws concerning the height of building week homing radio beacon
rming this 000-acre field, the new paved south to the buildings adjoining the airport would be allowed under the that will automatically guide ----- All interested area parentsand
its 15,000 feet of 150-foot( from Harbor Drive airport must be put on the statute proposed zoning regulations planes from 50 miles away into residents may view
and southern limits of the and CouncilmanJohn New Community Blood Bank program by tuning to Channel
concrete Anderson
runways books, Anderson said. the airport during the night or
feet plans for which are expectedto the 3 from 1:2: to 1:150: p.m.
f of Gulf beach front approved by A five.man joint city county R. Hogan represent inclement weather This radio
"ns of the greatest assets be ready and Agency zoning board is busily engaged city on this zoning board, CounICiVs beacon will also be of value to
n* City of Venice, Ander the Federal Aviation boats in the gulf in guiding V/ill Organize On Friday -- 4 o.-crlo h a --

them safely !Into port, he added .

: Fairest WGo/ / To Fair I operates. The present from sunup beacon to only sundown I An organizational meetingof board along with Johnson are ..t.

the new Community Blood John Maddin, Christopher Ma- I

There are a total of 22 bust! Bank will be held at 8 p.m. gee, Dr John Mahoney and
dance in the talent division of eant are Beall Department Friday hi the CommunityRoom Joe Farley
the second annual beauty pa ness enterprises at present on
sll\-expenee paid trip for Store which will help in providing of Sarasota Federal
with the pageant the
to the 1964 New York eant staged in accordance The contest winner at this regulation swim suits and airport property, and Andersonsaid Savings and Loan Assn,
': rules is Lauden Industrial plants as well as According to I
for the winner of the an Ica Pageant will be the Venice area'gentry will perform the hair styling 1 chairmanThe : .
I of Sorrento Shores Pitts increased use of the airport itself Johnson, temporary
Miss Pitts the Miss Venice
Venice contest on Following
1905 Miss Florida
in the "
Blood Bank
and masterof Community Drive-In CustomerA
chairman as soon as the proposed
f, also was contest will be the fireworks
for the state
ceremonies for the contest contest to vie master plan for developmentof for this area is all but a real.
r't runner.up In the con title and a chance at the Miss display which the Jaycees the airport is completed. ity" drive-In service the hard .
last year. will be the .
will\ have promised
1 receive an all expense. First Winner America crown. "most spectacular" ever seen In fact, Anderson added, the Johnson said proposed bylaws way was inaugurated Wed. 4r; ,
cruise for two to NasA Winner of last year's first Entrants in this year's con. in Venice Contributors to the city has entered preliminary for the new organizationhave nesday afternoon at the Venice t tKATHY
weekend at the Land contest sponsored by test must be high school graduates negotiations with an Industrial been written by membersof Post Office when an automobile .
official Include 1'i1o.. ;.
*, Hotel on Lido Key, Sara, the Venice Jaycees was Esther by Sept 1, 1965, and must $500 pyrotechnic the Venice Nokomis display Rotary firm for a five.acre tract of a planning. committee from jumped the curb and r ,If<'#" ". .

will go to the second who relinquished her have attained their 17th birth Kl airport land in the industrial the Venice Hospital board of crashed into the glass and _."_H...... _c._....:.. .....
Harden, Club Venice-Nokomis ----- -
Inerup, i iI' before Sept 1, 1964
to day on or
weeks ago airport area. This Auxiliary metal facade
designated directors Hospial
Luther Luck, president of crown runner-up several Lois White Three Categories 'I wanls Club, Venice-Nokomis I firm would employ about 60 Volunteer committee! membersand Patrolman Bill Kruger charged BRANNON, Venice
'Ponsoring Venice Jaycees, first will work this Beginning at dusk, before the I' BPO Elks, NoVel American persons the blood bank board, the driver, Arnold S. Ritten High School senior, has been
1 contributors of the prizes Miss Harden annual July 4 fireworks displayat Legion Post, City of Venice and voted "Girl of the Year" by
hostess for the I Another Inquiry has been received working together. berg, 61, of Venice Gardens,
of I
** the First National summer Motors a exhibit at theWorld's the high school athletic field., the Venice Area Chamber from a local manufac Steps to Incorporate the will, failure to have his vehicle the Sarasota Chapter of the
lk of Venice, Venive.No- General Fair.Mies the contest this year will be }II Bank, First Federal White, the current Miss vlded into three categories Handling the fireworks will be he said Johnson said, and he caused an estimated $500 dam Women. Kathy has i
,nil and Loan, Sarasota titleholder will compete talent evening gown and swim again year Beach DevelopmentIt Invited interested citizens to age to the building and $450 to been invited to attend thefl'OUp'S
oral t Venice Jack Wilkinson, local pyrotechnic
Savings and Loan, suit competition.Other annual banquet Sat
the 1964 Miss Floridatitle is also hoped Andr son attend the Friday night meetIng the car
fer Rambler Farley Funer annual statewide local businesses cooperating expert. said, that development of the Rittenberg told police he ap-- urday at Azure Tides hotel
In the celebration for the
tome In the An all-day
Warm Mineral the
with Beacb.VENICE .
and month at Sarasota.terpretive, Members of the temporary (Continued on Pap 2) on Lido
;,''nil Innairman. cont swill xdo *n 1964 Miss Venice beauty pag (Continued on page 2) (Continued on gale 2)
of She
for the Jaycee




Library Adds 70 New Titles I !MRS.Obituaries JtLIETTE: P. SUTER Harrison., MatherneContinued I June Esthers Parties Plan

r Seventy new adult titles have ry and Practices in the United South Florida," by Barrett; Mrs Juliette P. Suter mother ( from Page 1) membership In the Geology In other extra-currlculur memberof activities June Announcement of ,*ler
been added to the shelves of States," by Mow bray; "Hey, Your Florida Garden Soils," of Louis Suter Jr. of Venezia junior year and continued as a Club to his other activities) in ,Girls'Nancy Athletic was a Assn. in will be picnic and a IliIIcbet''
Hotel died May 10 at Newton member of the club during his the Honor Society and K*y the mad. at th,
the Venice Area Public Library I'm Alive', by Klaben; Deputy by Edson; "Journey Into 10th grade the National bUluil,
the ; meeting of
N. J. after a lingering illness senior school Club. Eslbel'l
Hochhuth by Motte "HereThey year In other of
The new books include 25 by ; "Home ; Society in 10th 11th and "" ,
Once Stood End She and her husband, Louis activities during his high Robert also was the recipient Honor WednesdayAssisting at 12:30: .o.4row
fiction, 27 non-fiction two ref From the Sea, bv Packer; Tragic Student Council in home p .
erence and 16 Florida titles. Taxpayers' Hayride," b y of the Apalachee Missions," Suter Sr., were pioneer hotel school career, he was president of a $1.300 scholarship to 12th grades; of Mrs. Arthur
Duscha "Tsars Mandarins by Boyd iers in Florida. She had been of his class and Student Emory University in Atlanta the 10th and 12th: Homecom lion of 429 Park\ Lane Stilt -
Fiction ; and Prom committees in
a resident at the Venezia Hotel Council representative as a and plans to enroll as a fresh log Mrs
Schwartz \
and Commissars by

"Hand of Constable" since 1932. the 11th; Lettermen'i Club in be Mrs.
Mary "Letters to Malcolm: sophomore as well as a member man there next fall. George Chug' ,
by Callico; "Martha Eric and ; On LewIs CITY'S FAIREST Her husband was chef steward of the Key Club and Honor CheerleaderNancy 11th and 12th grade; Future Mrs James Smith
Chiefly Prayer by
George," by Sharps; "Quest (Continued from Page 1) of Flagler hotels, Ponce de Society. Teacher's Club in 11th grade) Ofe 'k:
i ; "Cities, by Morris; "When a VHS cheerleader In 12th grade and an a beverage will b,
of the Bogeyman by Lock. Leon<< and Alcazar in St. Augustine During hill Junior year, Robert Keyettes eero ed.
ridge; "Rails West" by Wynne the Cheering Stopped by Fourth of July has been plan in 1900 and they later was awarded a summer her junior and senior years, usherette for the last Senior Cancellation of the
Smith; "Fodor's Guide to Europe ned by the Jaycees. The of the Homecoming ear.
'Checkpoint" Thayer operated the Campbell Hotel was a member play.Nancy's party planned! for
; by ; science scholarship to Emory Clans Mar
Fodor "Man, for
1964 a
I by ; events planned a noon and Prom Court and
"Flood by Warren; "Hospi and Luzeme-SwiM Restaurant University for the study of future plan are In been announced
Time and Fossils, Moore will include "Floridacracker" by J
by start, class the
; a and vice president of her
tahty of the House by Disney In St. Augustine the Austen geology, wa vice president of delJt.
barbecui with G.
"Story of Man, by Coon H. definite.
; her senior
Hotel In Daytona Beach
"Brightness. the Honor
; by Society, Astronomy
Fodor "It Williamson chef
"Hawaii 1964. by ; (Sarge) as ,
"Candle in Her Heart" bv Lor- She Is survived by her sons I Club president, a member of
Was All Quite Different by children's with prizesfor I
ing; "And on the Eighth Day" games Louis and Henry of Clarksburg the Key Club and attended a
Baum "American Revolu. winners and
the a firefightIng -
by Queen; "Mistress of the ; W. Va.; a daughter Mrs, conference on European Affairs
tion, by Trevelyan, "Gem- exhibition by the Venice
( Austen J, Millard of Newton,,
Forge, by Taylor; "Ministers at Florida Presbyterian Col.
stones, by Smith, "Writer'sHandbook Fire Dcpt
of Vengeance" by Conot; N. J., and 17 grandchildren. I loge<<:
I by B u r a c k; "The Jaycee<<: ," said Dr
, J
r "Chosen Sparrow, by Caspary Chosen Homecoming King
:1 ; "West From Deadwood" "American Folk Art bv Sabme "- Luck, "expect this to be the during his senior year, Harrison .
"Treasury of The Gun,
by Joscehn, "Trail to Ogallala ; greatest event ever held on the AUSTEN J. MILLARD also was named to the
''i ," by Capos; "Marooned" ,' by Peterson; "Spawn of Evil, Fourth of July In Venice." Prom Court and was the "moststudious'
fi by Wellman: "M 0 v e able Austen J. Millard, 67, a visitor *
by Caidin; "Missing Man, bv class notable. Duringhis
Waugh "Gold Strike in Hell" Feast by Hemingway; "Be for many years at Venezia senior he added
; cause I Was Flesh," Dahlberjf year FOR THE FINEST
by Lambert; "Break the Young by Florida's Cabbage Hotel and brother-in-law of
Land." by Stark; "Keepers of Louis Suter Jr. of that hotel,
Reference died May 3 after a lingering
the House by Grau; "My POST OFFICE
Enemy My Brother" by Wald- "Facts About the Presl illness at his home, Boxwood
Palm A Tree
man* "Squatter Sovereignty" dents" by Kane; 'Atlas of Farm, Newton, N. J. (Continued from Page 1))

by Joecelvn; "In Vivo" by Florida." He was a graduate of Prince- jarently pushed the drive butt FRIENDLIEST SERVICE
Savage: "Place of Stone" by Florida Shelf ton University and was adver- >n instead of reverse on the AND !
Hunter;; "Will Anyone Who saw "Murder Trial of Judge Good To EatHere's :ising manager of Standard Oil automatic shift car. The car

the Accident .," by Ashford. Peel" by Bishop; "Siege of Co. of New Jersey By-Producti shot forward over the curb
and a director of the company.Mr. knocked down a parking sign
Non Fiction St. Augustine in 1702 by
a riddle: Which state
Millard is survived by and crashed into the front of
"Quiet Crisis" by Udall; Arnade; "Mosses of Florida, hal a state tree that is not his widow four children and the building.\
"Manual of Sailboat Racing," by Breen" ; "Fifty Years of Citrus only good to cat but also has nine grandchildren. The impact knocked a desk I It4
by McDermott; "Fossil Book" by Hopkins; "Florida many commercial uses as back several feet in the office
by Fenton: "Psychology," by Bireres, by Long; "Territory well' of Postmaster J, Douglas
Munn;; "Dulles Over Suez" by of Florida" by Williams; The answer is Florida, and ArnaU. The driver of the car
Finer, "Insurance Its Theo. I Mandarin: on the St. Johns," the tree is the tall, graceful Area firemen was uninjured. float
--------.1 I.1 by Graff; ""Florida During theCivil cabbage palm.According Police also cited Donald R.
War by Johns; "Your to A. S. Jensen Venice two
Hahn 43 of on
ALLEN II Guide to Landscape Plants, I assistant forester with the Attend Confab counts following; a hit-run accident I !:.I) ."
Convalescent and Vol 2, The Tropical Exotics," Florida Agricultural Extension Tuesday night. Hahn I :;

by Watkins; "Jonathan Dick. Service the cabbage palm has was charged with failure to
Nursing Home ;nson's Journal" bv Dickinson; a number of different uses and I Delegates from three Venice an accident and leaving I '
I' report
24 Hoar Hurting Service I "1001 Answers to Your Florida can be grown as an ornaments area fire departments attend the scene of an accident.The : !
l Phone Venice 488.2702 Garden Questions," by Wolfe; I !. The sturdy palm fibers ed the three-day convention perked car damaged in I I

-...Ill.-rovci..DI........LEON...--AVE....-. "Common Exotic Trees of : ire manufactured into whiskbrooms ,May 11-13 at Clearwater of the the mishap wee owned by Loy 1
'I and brushes while the State Firemen's Assn.
; Lee White, 30, of Pontiac,
tough fan-shaped leaves provide I Representing the Venice Fire Mich. VENICE OFFICE
KING'S TABLEFOR material for a variety of Department were Fire Chief J.
woven goods such as pocket- F. (Bud) Divine and Joe Far- AIRPORT WORTH 601 South TamlamI TrailFIRST
FINE FOODS books, hats, and baskets ley. Union Volunteer Fire Department -
Jensen points out that the delegates from Noko- (Continued from Page 1))
: Served Daily 6 *.m, to 8 p.m trunk of the cabbage palm mis were Pete Zahradka and more than a mile of gulf beach
Served From a.m. to 8 p.m. ,. which sometimes reaches 80 William Miller. South Venice frontage into a resort area can
Breakfast : foot, makes an excellent piling Area Volunteer Fire Department be made by the city itself or by
for docks or piers. The trunksare delegates was LawrenceM. leasing the beach front to private
from 40c especially durable in saltwater Selzer. enterprise.
: Lunch \ Delegates from the Nokomis In closing, the councilman
I fie: The wood of the tree also has and South Venice auxiliarieswho emphasized that the acquisitionof SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTAMAIN
from 65c ./ some limited use in building attended included Mrs. the 1,000-acre airport and
Dinner construction. Miller and Mrs. Frank Ryder the 80 acres now used as the OFFICE SOUTH GATE ST ARMANDS
V But native Floridians know for the UVFD and Mrs. Selzer Venice Municipal Trailer Park
from 95c Venice 200 S. Pineapple Ave 3550 S. Tamiaml Tr "M I Harding Circle
the: palm for its tender inner for the South Auxiliary. from the federal governmentafter
TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL bud called "swamp cabbage" Miss Flame contestants from World War II as well as
which can be eaten cooked or the two departments who vied all of the Improvements made
2 Blocti N. of Venive Ave., Rt. 41 Ph. 488.6330 raw and tastes like ordinary for the state title were Janis since then have been without Member Federal Horn* Loan tank
cabbage said Jensen. Curwood for South Venice and cost to the citizens of Venice
June Hider for Nokomia.I Both projects are entirely self-
Glenn Stephens of the Venice he declared, and System'I
f1'A.. I Fire Department volunteers also not one cent of ad valorem tax I
TrdoperBill'ross attended several sessions of es have been, or can be used In
: the convention. their operation and improve-', "
Member Chamber of Commerce

DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE : .. -r i---------------------- us e
School MenusTo
,, Heating and Air Conditioning

I Heating & Air installations ,
i Conditioning ..1. assist mothers of school-

I Gas Ranges Water Heaters age children with their evening DOWNTOWN

Free Estimates menu planning The GONDOLIER .rare

No Job Too Big! or Too Small in conjunction with i I
; 263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 488.2271 school lunchroom managers b
publishes the lunch menus at
I area schools for this week.

j t' Venice Elementary School VENICE
: MOVDAYirinmflr.
OPEN! MixlwleliFTh qA.
I R4" sit, pdaiowDawn .

r LAPS AUTO SERVICE .totii.Ortflff. wirim.
Apple neon e
,Mesh Prod and hart First & Finest Shopping Area

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i 11 l AUTOREPAIRS Flrklnl. "wdrwCtnn.na ban. roe tUemAppto jle DAZZLING SPARKLING

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; Cross at intersections Jaywalkers ; Onion rtae. diibtw.
frequently get hit by .hod prtwTwd sated'

S SPECIALIZING IN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS drivers who don't expect pedestrians Fruit Jtll-O .L

I GENERAL REPAIR ON ALL MAKES & MODELS the middle to cross of the the streetin block. MilkTHI'RHDA'I'Perk and' .bwaskien. DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP

,,1 RALPH LAPS, Owner Smart pedestrians childrenand <'wl7...tick.Fr Help. MAALOX JANTZEN SWIM WEARreg.

;: N. Nokomis, Across Phone from Citrus Highlands, RI 41 before> adults-look crossing at both Intersec! ways Prnb h. eanUlnrePlnopp.nd). Mifht.buww $$1.49 $1.09 12<<. bottle I Boier, Slim Wailer FROM Stretch$4.95, Style Trunks

J 488-2612 Milk
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Jr' Milk Yut Brynnsr
213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-490
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'Til. 10 p.m. I Typewriters Machines (Mechanically OpsrtCnemieslly I
;1\I BESIDE A BED G.....bW frrie.. M all ..hM TV. RADIO and .!.FlW. "*J
Your H' V a TV sow few ... r.Nlel.s "" Cleaned Juit $12.50 I Plu. P...II'

The Most Comforting Thing In a Bedroom Is An Extension Phone ALPHA MUSICOpen& APPLIANCE 488.6113
t t'j Water Problems 211 W Venice I Are.
Ph. 488-2611 311 Venice Ave. W. -
As Near ,

: ; Co'o' Estenel Aa tow as GENERALTELEPHONE
I ; Phpnn j TelephoneSERViSOFT ''
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170 '
I ., Pho... 0' tar 0' d I McCALL & SIMPLICITY PATTERNS
i t 52.10 p.r mooch' BROWNIE 8 MM MOVIE CAMERA II II $13.50 ACCESSORIES
complete line of NOTIONS
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/lace wall/ pna''imo.nolio./ .. c o'll.. 48&3Dl
32) W. Venice Ave.
P 481-2421 124 W. Venice
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[ MAY 18, 1964

..wra.wer STRIKE n-RicH( ntrRICES PUflIIX Neighbors New

comes these new neighborsto
; f ,irrrw South County
Mr. and Mrs. George Elmendorph >
47; 448 B yshort Dr.
/ ,rf ( V.nlce. from Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. William O.LundTiU. .
IMaiia dlLmiB,
/ GREEN Venice, from Clearwater.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Petttrrew. -
157 Porto Belo, :worth
1f Port Charlotte, from Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wll-.
helm, X33 Midas Fl., North
Port Charlotte, from DUnols.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. WoUek.:
Blackburn Road Trailer
EFFECTIVE l Acres, from Cincinnati Ohio
F Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Stamp
MON..TUES.. ", ?, SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN 1J01 Laurel, Venire, from
District of Columbia.
GOVT..INSPECTEDHEAVY Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Clifford
IS, 19, 20, ProTe'n U15 East Venice Are.
WESTERN BEEF SALE! Venice, from Massachusetts.
19641! !Mr. and Mrs. D. Fuslllo
Cypress Avenue, Venice,
from Gary, Ind.
CHUCK STEAKS lb.49c Mr and Mrs. Albert Elm-
hurst. Oak Street Laurel.
from Warren Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. King,

Marcel' Whit or Colored Tobl. Upton ''nstont POT ROAST {boneless} lb. 79cNapkins Point, from Whitecap Hoopston.Apts.111.. Venice
Mr and Mrs. Harry A.
p j. 10* Tea . lajar 89 Dirtsche, Tlntsretto. Sorren
to Shores' from Clendale,
I lb. N. T.Mr.

Breakfast Club Grade A Flo. M.cI.< Tea . . . lop :: 45 gel, Bonita. and Mrs.Read,William South Venice Vo-

Eggs . 3 ??. $1 Tea Lipton Bags 4k: ; 67' GROUND BEEF 3 It.:. $147 Md., from Eastern Shore,
. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ttitsemm -
(Plus 100 S&H G.... Stamps with ."pool) S2S E. Shamrock, Venice ,
: Gardens, from Kirkwood
\\ / Mo.
,; ilt/f/iJ Swift's Premium Pork Misses Cain, 518 Neponstt

\\\III\ \ ( / Bag Sausage Jib.. 99c99c Venice land Mr., Vt.and Gardens Mrs. W., from E. Pullen Rut.

o\ Swift's Premium Tasty S(55 Seagrsne, Venice Gardens
from Indiana
/ Chunk Jib. Mr and Mrs. Newton 1.
MAXWELL HOUSE .. D Bolgona Blauvelt, 55 Linden Rd..

........ South Venice, from Middlesex
INSTANT r Brand Chipped' N. J.
= .i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halt-
( 0 Beef Ham !! Turkey 3.a.. pk..3Sr: ham New,Jersey South Venice, from

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Christ-
CO FFEEQ\ CIANTSIlls man, Redwood Rd., South
Venice, from Wisconsin.Mr. .
and Mrs. Robert SafeIT .
= : 260 Moss Lane, Venice
jiji jJIIIIfJ!! ,."... i Gardens, from Washington
'" .' I. '.. D. C.Mr.
IIII! !! !!!!!!! J'I and Mrs. (TurinRish
I. Sit Shamrock, Venice
10-o:. 99c8mi .. Gardens, from Flint, Mich.
.. Jor Mr and Mrs Julius Sabo,
1608 Larchwood Dr.. Venice
Gardens, from Cleveland.Ohio. .
"' .

I per e" y .. +

pvrchaMi f'I; \ t I d ;' E'wood Legion

... Meets TonightENGLEWOOD

j/ & .UI/'f' FT e 11 I m I-
',, : nary plans for the annual community

IOOO ..Rlla lOO Itj\\\\\.I'\(, CORNFLAKES a at will the be discussed Memorial bimonthly and Day meeting outlined service of

f Green Stamps Y the Englewood American Le.
l.hi ; \ \ FROM POST! I gion Post tonight.Legionnaire .
"' 'REMIUM rAOTEN _' + f C F. Higgins
nUH GROUND In xnham is director of the
... t post's Memorial Day activities
assisted by William Haste,
EJooooooooooooooooo08 POSTEXTRA '
John White, Jay Fitting Char.
les E. Yale, Louie D. Sheppardand
William E. Herdman,
<< "50 As in past years the service
:! I E o lair; sJcciafs will be held outdoors et the
Legion headquarters and an
I5J Stamps ==--
11 w***.>*..........4KTSODENT ; JIIII''" -- ;' Borden's 8 appropriate program paying veterans
tribute to the departed
--- .ems Cream Cheese pk"; 33*
I TOOTH PASTE : of all the nation's wars
king silo 69c / Pillsbury S or BMBiscuits will be conducted for the pubic
.. wN. Ha M IIM S \ The musical. part of the
Boo o ooo8" ;:;: 1 0 6 ?'.;:, 49' program will be provided by
the Venice High School band,
'' and the main Memorial Day
fro foodsMinute
nrXEXTRA en address will be delivered by a
!50 UUU FREE 050 prominent speaker.
f limit 2 customer .
Maid Pink
per or Reg An invitation is extended to

to/ Green Stamps* with purchases of Lemonade . . 10 "" $1large I IN. all church, fraternal end civic
I 4 w fWs* A 10* r.ea organizations to join with the
MIX POlISH REMOVER | OFF $3.00 or more Chef's FrosenWaffles legionnaires in this community

|M Off PuUIJos. ....CA' II.gGS . . . ':;:- 49c observation( of the national
ciao aye plus to* 1 tribute to our deceased war
Mq 11, IW S* enla Mm r l
EJo OQ OQ o ] OUBTSIIE* 1: down produce ItnicFlorida veterans.Also on the agenda for

ONLY 1111 ,1CFllp tonight's session will be discussion
Pascal of the tentative plans
omIXTRAY'I:1(50 ;. for the post's annual Installa-
... II 69oOrange 1 \ eel 5 CI ion of officers. The induction

Jw( Green stamps ,laaiF4 e r Y . stalk ceremonies will be held Jointly -.
.. with the Installation of of.firers
NI1 1olo,(else,.......-.. ;
I of the ladies auxiliary
UMBRECkTS CHEESE CAKE Grope or Florida Punch WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASUREVenice as has been customary,

20-, *.&:,pkg..: .79c.. ..... r3 H.-C Drinks 3 46-01.cona $1 1 Center Sawyer Eighth Albritton District and Commander his staff

SQ. 1Q.OJ1.2.QOOOOOOOOOO Sweat Treat Crushed / 1 Shopping functioning will honor Lemon as the Bay installing Post by

rlC'XEXTRA" 50 PineappleKobey's I #con 19 PODL1X Store Hours team.A .committee of arrangements .
50 UUU PREI! : for the Installation will

J" t3reen.tStMotamps! : ; Potato Stix tales I lOt ,, A R K R T ; Mon. Fri 8:30: 9:00: Clark b night's* disignated Eccles.meeting by at Commander Monday

I lEALKIU BUG BOMB Plastic Wrop ...,.. Sat.I 8:307:00 Commander Eccles Invites
100-ft. : : all legionnaires to attend the
rog._.il.. .. .Me H a n Ira roll 29t meeting as guests of the com
rt: Q000000000000090QQ?- Mq a. p rades of Lemon Bay Post.

mEpTm 50 5O EXTRA FREE R5' 5OEX lIAm 50 50 EXTRA FREE l (f 50I Charlotte Civic

50 JlI Green Stamps" rg: JlI t3reen Stamps rg: J"( Oreen StampR Meet ThursdayENGLEWOOD An
JlI Green Stamps .fi ab.Naw ell Mrdlw ale Ma all ww wl M.dw.h ; MII 1r.arr.w/awdw.aAERO Import.ant -
general meeting of the
22-oc, sis. 49c 64-ct. pkgl. 68c 6 sic. 58c Issn. will be held on Thin-s
qt. con 79c. ...1_ .04., .... M. 1M/ ...1_ WN. Mq. aA ar1 ooooooooooooooooo'=' day in the Englewood Savings
rt ] S
rI: OUQUOOOOOOOOOOOOQ2 ..1.N. Mq al.M 8 OOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO a 8 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ fl.aa.Al 'loom"i Loan, at 7:30 Assn.: p,m.Community

President Charles E. Yale
-- that of Important
announces reports -
cairo beout'ooth; cairn beauty renco ronce superose I roman committees of Interestto
It I I household bleach all resident of the area
I elbow macaroni sweetener
peanut butter I sw. mixed pickles thin spaghetti will bj made and Yale: urge all
members to make a special ef.

t\1.... 33- ( 22e., 39'I I 2 1\1.,ka..... 39- I 2 \;;... 39- I ;,.... 69- I h.1t a.1 33- Plane ort to for attend the aanociatlon's the meeting.out. f

I.' landing "Candidates Night"
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vent will be IlUbmltted.MONDAY t


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. j Baptists Celebrate JubileeMore VHSStudentsMakeA / I Nocturne Hour Installs Officers',"tut-"'t' ,nrrrTiMMfiTBn i\ll' m H

r ;.
than 17S persons Gathered t ;
to honor The Rev and .

list Mr.Church R R. Lloyd Wednesday at First at B the ip- c I ,1! Full Night Of It \ r 4 r ':, rM w

church' one.hundred and fiftieth 1
Jubilee Banquet and celebration 1 ,
mod"i Ell c event In the lives of VenHiuh cy Hicks Nancy Matherne Jill ol ,-
:.; 1 School seniors Friday'd Nichol, Frances Webinga, Diane 4
David Goodman master of iturday was the JuniorL Lenhart and Cynthia are
ceremonies, "remembered ; L i Prom which began with Wightman.
when" the local) church was
6pm banquet Friday and
/ The king and queen were
organized, giving captions of h (nd'd with a 8:30: (. m. break- chosen at midnight
things that have happened in t-1,, i on Saturday. i.
'" t Next event was a free movie .
the pint history of the church .. .
\ the honored guests The banquet a semi-formal at 1:43: a.m, at Gulf Theater yl rF
Among ,
buffet, was held at Venice Gar I.
The evening's activities then !
was Mr F. M. Harp (oldest r
lent Recreation Center John
living member and charter ended with a 8:30: a.m. break '
HI Warren, vice-chairman of fast at the Elks Club.
member) who celebrated hininetysecond '
Si'i.isota County Commission,
Annual Senior Is 'Y
birthday recently { Skip Day .1 1 1f
1o\'S west speaker '
Other guests recognized o set for Wednesday at 8:30: a. ?
were the "Mission tamll,," The dance began at 9 p.m. at m. at the home of Principaland a i ..
which! included the Pastor and 1 YJ ,. A Venice Beach Pavilion with the Mrs John Davis on Casey ....,. .
I his wife The Rev. and Mrs. f ; Admirals of Sarasota playingfor Key, Jamay Beach Cottages a.
Arthur Spiller Bill Drig l'rs. J dancing until lam. Next A chicken barbecue will be ti
Sunday school superintendent event was a free movie at 1'45a : served at noon.Swimming ,
his wife and several other .m. at Gulf Theater. water skiing and
members of the newly organized k Seniors competing for the beach games are on the agen
South Venice Baptist Mis ,t M i,tics of Prom King and Queen, da. The party will end at 4p !
sion. Members also welcomed / nominated by their classmates .m. r JI'
Mrs Zella Cunningham! who ;and chosen by the faculty, _. '
--- --- ...
has been ill several months (OondolUr photo br B<* Obmdorf) were: Lacking actual evidence, scientists .
Miss Roberta Merrill accompanied THE REV. AND MRS. RICHARD R LLOYD were honored King:: Gordon Bradford, have so far relied on ;ndollw photo fcr Bolt Oboo.dorf. )
br her mother Mrs guests on "Appreciation Dav" at First, Baptist Church of! Venice Smyth Brohard. Bob' Dand- rock outdroppmgs, earthquake NOCTURNE HOUR Music Club officers were is shown turning over the gavel to Mn,, Ana
Robert Merrill sang "Sweet at the church Jubilee Banquet Wednesday The pastor and i ridge. Gene Eddy, Bob Harry waves and artificial explosionsto installed at the group' meeting Tuesday Lord, the new president. Other officers ,ook.1
Little Jesus Boy." Following his wife are shown after presentation of gift to them by the non, Steve Maurer and Howard speculate on the earth's evening at the home of Mr and Mr. J, K ing on, left to right are Mrs J. K. Hill, i ,
this the entire group sang "To congregation. He received a watch and she, a tray tor hot Trefethen. composition deep below the Hill of Laurel Shores. Mrs Robert Merrill, president; J. K. Hill, treasurer. and Ito I.
God Be the Glory"I which was food Queen: Nelle Jo Davis, Nanet. surface. retiring president, was installing officer and Paul Melroy, secretary
the title of .a shadow play recalling I ---
beginnings of the Baptist sage "Expect Great Things t
heritage. The play was un reviewing the last ten year
der the direction of Mn David growth from 295 members to ;
Goodman and Mn H M. the present 581. The budgetten ,
Willis. years ago was SS.730 and
Mrs George Hlgel. Mm today i t. $48498. The pastor
George Mauser and Mrs D C. challenged the church to meet
Gordon gave brief testimonies"I the pressing needs of the immediate

appreciate my pastor because future. %
.," and Mrs Edward Mrs May Schmidt was elect J When
Jones. WMU president pre ed messenger to the Southern
sented The Rev Mr and Mrs. Baptist convention in Atlantic ,
Lloyd with gifts from the en City. N. J.. on May 22-23.
tire church family to show A vote of thanks went to the
their love and appreciation YWA and intermediate GA -
t Mrs Roland Curry WMU girls for serving the meal l; to I MARTIN WALDDON The St. Petersburg TimesReceives
vice-president, looked back on Mrs. Paul Condray social Writer
i Jubilee Advance years with the chairman and committee; and t
assistance of Mrs Helen Her- to the reservation committee; r
auf and Mrs A. K. Behme Jr. Mrs. D. C. Gordon, Mrs Walter .,
1 Mrs Curry presented the four Ludwig, Mrs Helen Herauf, :
j G. A. Queens for this year, Mrs Marcus Brooks and Mrs I Pulitzer.
: Janet Blackburn, Carolyn David Goodman a .
Jones, Becky Roberts and Mrs Charles" Clabaugh and ,
Sharon Wightman, who spoke Mrs Edward Jones preparedthe
; briefly. on missionaries who program using the new
j 1 celebrated birthdays today church bulletins as a cover
Hubert Young, accompanied Group singing of familiar Florida's
br, Mrs Douglas Arnall on the tunes under Mr. Hubert 1
piano and Danny Blackburn on Young' direction closed the
the violin sang "Open the program with Brotherhood
Gates of the Temple The President Bvron Johns offering "'"
Rev. Mr Lloyd with his mes- the closing prayerI JACK NEASI

I! I Writer/ The REAL Winner

College Club Ends Season I

I ,;j With Officer Installation

J : ;,

Officers were installed and Thirty-five member and ... "''lf' ., .,....,.,.,.... tw
committees appointed for the roasts were present ,' ..
I- 1964-65 season at the final Mrs John H Brndi wa ,
I spring meeting of Venice AreaCollege guest speaker and illustrated : ', r' ?aA rt
1 Club Tuesday at Ven- her talk r )
on portrait painting 4
t Nokomis Methodist Church. by doing a sketch of one of the j jDON f t 111 t
t i guests Mrs Sandy Hurt ,

,; Missionary: Talks Mrs Officers George were Edmondson installed, outgoing bv MEIXLEJOHN WriterJOHN 1 ,11a I ,. :

''I president They are: h :,r

i ij At WOC Luncheon Mrs Harry Hager president:
Mrs. Samuel Roth vlce-prosi.
.' I dent; Mrs James Whyte, recording
I. Mrs Robert Shane of St. secretary, Mr. Archie r
Petersburg, a missionary to : Wood, corresponding were- : ,
Brazil on furlough here, will tary, and Mrs Allen Bacon, ; }. 'u
be guest speaker at the Venice- treasurer $ Y r n
.,lI IN I: Nokomis Presbyterian Women Committee heads appointed
j Iii of the Church annual birthday by Mr. Hager are: Mr*. Ralph 1 'i y,4 r
:r qi J" luncheon tomorrow at 11 :30 e. Wirsett proeranv: Mr*. JamM J r
;!'j'f I',,. m. in the church fellowship Dick education- Mn. Earl V. ., !
hall Pomerov membership Mri
''s;,I ; r.
1'' l Brazil was recipient of the Mildred Beth, civic and Mr*. T
Women of the Church birthday Samuel Roth, telephone and rr + r ar.' ) ttl ',I e IiM
'J { offering last year, ho.oitality. GARDNER!
!I'..l i I\ Also on the program will be Guests were Mrs Dorothy Writer
I"' the Coquette who will >mg Lank, Mil Eleanor Hurt, Mr, 4
,i rf{ several numbers Mrs Palmer Sandy Hurt Mr*. Alice Hors '. 1964 Pvlitw Pria
burgh and Mis Rose Hightower r'
:i1. Rice ia program chairman + tY "" "'"
Mrs John Lewis Jones (for RMritoriotft publi Npllp
; F Committee chairmen and tsDlk 1sv rd IaDt ty
circle ttvw
the invocation. ,. ; j
"" chairmen will be given t awarded The 5t.:Pttersbw
Mrs Bradish a charter ., J t" :.." 6r;
special recognition at the (
member of the club exhibitedfive !
'I' for its investigation of
.> luncheon and a large turnout I 1. b !
portraits She explainedthat .
r expected, a group spokesman \ .. ) "' Atitltotily=pinrfin
a said it is never possible to ". Florida Tumpik >,
make a true likeness because .
r' t Mr*. Lucian Smith president there are three Images involved
announces that this : the model the artist and '
year's birthdov offinn will go what the artist see. The object \\-w, : ;
f' to Evergreen V r, rot i o nal of a portrait painter, she "
School for R,"' \ "' d Chlhen i said Is to catch the essence of ,e
and to train I."n', ')< to \\ nk, the subject on canvas
In homes for f-(! ., ,1 ,nd In The club will resume tctivl- WARREN Editorial V PIERCI'riter ITS GREAT to be a winner The Time ha a tradition of pubfio service that
child care tr tin in September. spans 80 years. While leu dramatic than a Pulitzer
One of the nicest things about coming out on top
we're equally proud of a PTA certificate for contribution 1
; :; is the fact you share your victory with others.
I Ask For Your .. to education and an American Legion
r Since word came The St. Petersburg Times won
I : RUN-OFF Vote f 9' ;: the 1964{ Pulitzer Cold Medal for Public Service, citation" for making Americanism more demonstrative [

e On May 26 I ") u telegrams and phone calls have been coming !in ,

Because: I ); from all over. Records will say The Timer won the Pulitzer to

I. I will NOT increase }east A., Florida feels it's a winner, too. "1Ve re so happy 1964.!) This felt exactly correct AD of Florida won

by hiring co-ordinaton ,v.a' about It. Congratulations. "Keep up the good the Pulitzer in '64. The key to the award was that

end tupertj to do the ,", XII work. 'Fine job. We're counting on more like!: this effort accomplished concrete reforms, savings
.t work deft
to do
v you m*
Floridians tens of million of '
2. I will NOT approve this in the future. tax dollar Mere
words never bring about reform. do. The
County competition wit We couldn't rest on our !laurels if we tried.
private industry. JOHNNIE EVANS responsive citizens of Florida acting through the ,
3'. I WILL keep the County Photographer Our staff is bursting with even more energy than Legislature in truth wrote the new laws that wo

i alert to the health and usual We may have to buy a larger trophy case*. the prize. They are the real winners.
.ia security problems of our

,, I HAV E N 4. from elder I will new seek eitnent.more industries.payrolls A Staff f f Effort f f eIt already contains two National IleacHiners( awards for public service:

i 5. I am not run by or 'indebted the University of Missouri School of Journalism medal for distinguishedlournalism

i to any bosses or Whila, the Turnpike Series ; the Golden Gavel award of the American Bar Association

ba kers. which won the Pulitzer Prize the American Heritage Foundation for getting out the vote, amooi
PAGE 6. By profession, I'm what Involved In torn measure others.PAGE .
I'' the law calls a "reason almost the entire 650-man
; able" Time staff torn wet mot
d i I A law-Trained 7. A PAGE man.vote It PROGRESS deeply Involved ever a period
t 'j' of many woks It wu MartIIWaldron' /
I '
4 I ; l''' Administrator; ( ) HAVEN PAGE strong s story backup and lupport h* received fit. eter bur inteFLORIDA'S

: from the other writers and

(Paid Political I Advertisement)

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MAY 18, 1964 I


IA Women Voters I BPW Installs Officers For 1964-65 I

Leaque Sets

i May MeetingsThe ,, -, '

League of Women Voters
of Sarasota County will
hold four unit meetings this
month. y
Unit I will meet Thursday at { .
yb r
2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. r
Winfield Riefler of 430 Island
Circle, Sarasota; Unit 2 on
May 26 at 10 a.m. at the homeof
Mrs. Alex Korn of 443
Meadowlark. Sarasota; Unit 3.
tomorrow at 10 am at the
home of Mrs. V. H. Wells of
"',,32 Clipper Ship Way, Gulf
Gate: and Unit 4 on Wednes-

--- day, at 9:30: a.m. at the homeof l
Mrs. Jack Crow of 3301 Bay.
IbondoUtr photo bjr Bob Obnjdu.il/
I E MAY CROWNING of the Blessed Virgin shore Road, Sarasota. ,
carried out in participated and marched In a processional These four units were recently
[, was impressive after.
L ry ceremonies May 10 at the Catholic from Church of the Epiphany to the CYO set up by the League to [
Center grounds The Rt Rev Msgr George provide small, workable groups
K.ih: Organization Students Center of on Tampa and Cummings, pastor, officiated for discussing the various Lea .. ... -- 0---. ___ _
fj'uu Streets Epiphany School gue studies Purpose of the Ooadolltr photo br Bob OfcMilorf)

move was to provide the opportunity Scholarship Winner Is NamedAt

Ihion Notes Patton Will for every-memb BPW DINNER Newly installed
Women participation and to allow for officers of BPW are,

NPC Men's Club studying. Issues in greater detail left to right, above: Mes- BPW Installation BanquetCandlelight l
lay dames Margaret Cut-wood,
( Soon Give Up Slacks The tropics for this month's
Normand Patton of Casey meetings will be summarizing Dorothy Rhodes, Hope Tierce Installation ser Tischler Lint Gurda and Mae
Key will show slides and talk the national, state, and local (retiring: president, Ann vices, conducted by Mrs. Virginia ; Wrede. Necklaces and earrings I.
fclt pace setters are de. Their latest efforts include on "Day Lilies" at the meetingof current agenda studies ands Thompson, Margret Enochs Ramsey assisted by Mrs. were presented to the Installing; a
among themselves (and some stockings with wide horizontal I North Port Charlotte Men' measuring the proposed a (president) Dorsey Tlsrhltr Irene Shockey, ushered in the officers
pmt apportionment -
in fashion trade publi stripes like baseball Garden Club tomorrow at 7:30: amendment and Ruth Sovereign. Miss new year for Venice Area Business It that Miss,
,v)) whether women should socks, others like .r N Carol Morrison, (renter Is recipient was announced
? patchwork pm at NPC Community Cen against the Florida and Professional Women'sClub Carol Lorraine Morrison,
\ give up wearing the long quilts and some of a three dimensional Leaeue"1 of BPWs 1164 scholarship Wednesday evening at a .
apportionment daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
,(for daytime wear. ter.Both fund. Below Mrs !
t effect with hearts
men and women are Invited All League members dinner at Early Wynn Lanes. J. Morrison of 240 Fiesole
1I1an Norell did more for and diamonds I Enochs, renter Is shown
i I cause of ladies' trousers toe. from knee to Claire Coons is club I ed to attend at least one unit with Installing officers, Mrs New officers are Mrs. Mar- St. and Venice High School
Marlene Dietrich and meeting. Virginia Ramsey, left, and gret Enochs, president; Mrs. senior, was winner of the BPW
l "
The public Is always invited Ruth Sovereign, first vice-
Garbo when he introduc- Mrs, Irene Shorkey at the Scholarship Fund loan this
111 I
to attend all League meetingsWoman's Installation president; Mrs. Ann Thompson -
;trouser suits for airplane Wednesday evening year.
irl Nevertheless, the dean banquet. second vice-president;
Miss Morrison will use the
Mrs Dorothy Rhodes, treasurer I
i-nencan designers is dead -----
scholarship to further her edu.
Mrs. Dorsey Tischler re-
J!gainst them for casual Club cording; secretary, and Mrs cation at Business Universityof

IT Margaret Curwood, corresponding Tampa. II
>,::io Puccl, Italian sports- I'. It also announced that
,lr creator who started a ,, k Likes ProgramOne Gifts were presented to past club was sending a $25 donation \
R (for slacks and capri pants p.p. to the Seward, Alaska,
officers and members of her
t;ht that bending over was of the outstanding programs t committees by Mrs Hope club for rehabilitation work f\fthe
advisable, has himself j
rd towards voluminous of the year at Venice. L! "lfT } Pierce retiring president. Pins there.
In Nokomis Woman Club, according / were presented to Mesdames Miss Louise Spear, a club
skirts recent
'si his interesting years. /1 + I I Ie to a club spokesman, Sovereign, Thompson, Enochs, member, was awarded a movie
season J was the Wednesday evening Shockey, Ramsey. Rhodes, camera and projector. t
promise was baggy-legged reading of "All My Sons," by I
_-n pants for the ladies. Sarasota Players. iCiC +' 4c N 4c I-
t,erican designers are also Mrs Alice Smith directed :
H promising their last year'sfor and a reception followed the i$ VENICE MOVIE LOG i3

'> billowy hostess skirts .' program. Husbands and friends GULF THEATRE TROPICALTODAY
the American woman's
n were guests of the members.
."us unwillingness/ to give The reception table was centered THRU WEDNESDAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE
|long', pants. The results are with an arrangement of "TAMYJUNE"! TODAY MAY II

cy pants skirts with roses. done by Mrs. H. C : StaftlQ KIVGS OF THE SUN"NASC1'
irds of fabric housing Elam decorations chairman. 'E4 with
hg gathered around the A salad luncheon on :June 10 ,,, KWAN VI IK BRYNNFRCPORC .
a" ,ne ikIiWk is the next scheduled club ,F HAKIRIH' u,4
-se are not exactly what meeting.
4ould, run a relay race in Hostesses for the social card a Mlles V.I. 'I
,li!: mb a tree In dungarees party Wednesday at 1 p m. at I M>r it rsa. ,.m. i ,er ion
unequivocally best for this r the clubhouse will be Mes-
t. but they do permit \ r dames Margaret Busbey, W. E. ...
I to bounce around without Birmingham and Donald Stevenson
It sacrificing grace or risk. t.iL.i.L .
pat seams.

4 The American 'Juryman's
(Gondolier, photo br Bob Obmdorf) (
It famous
of the
ton unHox -
Idea of a proper verdict in a
artist Paul Gauguin.e "LAGS TO EUROPE Mrs. Walter Meisenbach, center, Is personal injury suit is governed -
3> a native of Tahiti, has on her way to Europe and will take a dozen American flags by the defendant's abilityto I
41 commissioned by a Call- with which to decorate graves at the American Cemeteryat pay he doesn't deal out omrmm

I a sportswear firm to style Hamm, Luxembourg, on May 30 Mrs. Clarence Kroener, justice, he merely levies an 1 I:III sisasr"A"
hand-screened prints. left, president of Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to assessment. u r-
I; on the West Coast shown! presenting the flags to Mrs. Meisenbach, on behalf of eccentric marks the chief
4 (for the talents of Picasso the Auxiliary. Among the graves she will decorate is that I danger of our time
:odd pictures on their ski- of General George Patton.ExServicemen I -John Stuart Mill

|r. .
I InL+als: Ir :Di-J'. -

tie bare trend in fashion I Plan
fi-ntly resulting in plunging
Sines, exposed midriffs blI .
I bathing suits and hardly- I Memorial Services

I* hoes has barely gotten
Ex-servicemen and service S
'h so much undress for auxiliaries met Friday at the RIMES

1 and evening wear, dressy American Legion Hall to lay
seems logical for bet-
t. especially for summer plans for the community ob- Just $7 a month more
equently, the lingerie servance of Memorial Day.

era are taking the same Particular attention was giv-
tack In designing! the en to the format for the paradeand 529 The Rialto
er apparel for the land of patriotic ceremonies which
will include participation of
"VI bikinis are for bed as some of the service groups In
I is beach, and so are the the area. The Venice Junior
rest of bloomers with their High School choir and band, ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN

I.loose, short blouses. Brief directed by Harold Fultz, will
> doll( dresses, baby doll. provide the music.
d but for big dolls, are also 11x14 PORTRAITTUES.
rage for fashionable slumth All details will be completedat
the next meeting of ex-

these cool unencumber- servicemen group tomorrowat M

numbers, the, industry Is 7:30: p.m. at the Legion Hall. \VED. TIlURS. R.

aging to capture the tradeto ,_ 4Il... .",<,f- -- --
those who hitherto slept

ping at..all..0- BYRON STUDIO DANCE May 19-20-21 :t

men don't stare at wom-
1 legs<< in America it isn't bee preienfi
the Italians (who believe THIRD DANCE RECITAL

lhat sort of thing) aren't "THE GINGHAMGIRL
r r.

REVUE"On -- __ _

[Does Plan Party STAGE At Th. $1

I'.. :J F. Blackburn will be
I man of the dessert card Thursday, May 21 si

J v given by the Benevolent P.M. ONLY I
Patriotic Order of Does, 7:30 r

e 141, Thursday at 1:30 Plus
at Elks Hall Adults 75e Children 40c Sal.. VUJAA

'stssses" an and will Mrs.be Ward Mrs. D.Bair.M. "GOLIATH Includes AND Movie THE Tag Hard to believe. But true. This full-size Chrysler Newport is priced less

\luested e donation Party is. open of 50 to cents the pub.will .! OF.wMI1III"BABYLON" 'IIi.Jl 1.1 10 a.m. 'til S Pint. Daily than $7 a month more than a Chevy Impala or Ford Galaxie 500.* And

it's equipped the way you want it: V-8 engine. Power steering. Power

( Except 12:30: 1:30))
YOU CM SAVE 3 WAYSOn NECESSARY brakes. Automatic transmission. Radio. Heater. The works! Come in. We'll

timn bond .e u mmM nbril prim rf e..apu.bly I 4-done .,d a %
Auto Insurance take your order today. a.e -e.eb u p.: ;= a-m.una eJ.raw a a aid loe l =- ..d lever ee.
CHILDREN TO AGE 12 aumaaw awes C HrRYS



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a Letters To The EditorTo State Will Crow 44% In Ten Year'I, :'

Population Increases In Flor which had been .
The Editor: the hydra headed monster To The Editor: ida over the next decade will And some otW" I.tlon. I.
Re your Open Letter to the that require extra bookkeepers I applaude! your splendid editorial more than double the national aren't growing" quit UT.formerly. .>: ,
President of May 14th.I auditors, CPAs to get in Thursday' issue of. average according to the Kip- .
am no longer young. Last the right form, in the right order your fine newspaper. I can Imagine linger Washington Editors.In -
week I experienced one of the to the right source, at the that it took a great deal the seventh annual Florida DCT
really deadening' days of my right time, and in triplicate! of courage for a man in your Population Map, published Annual Banquet
We. Perhaps It Is just as well thatI position to give our "big goy as an adjunct to the Klplinger The yews
MEMBER OF THE: ASSOCIATED: PRBBJ .- MEMBER or THB: FLORIDA PBEbS ASSOCIATION A young man smartly dressed am old. I do not wish to live ernment" both barrels. Florida Letter, the editors estimate cooperative training end d1vtllllle4) l
to see what happens to The trend toward more and that Florida will see a bm9uel
generation d
Th. AHoelaM ,,.. to ......._ ..1I t4 .M for a....bl......... .f ill urn llnxlclio _It.. tor and brief-cased, sat in my of such "creative"souls a more socialism Is a deadly and l population gain ot 44per Venice< High, SchOO( [ clVtJ1l:
..... .... .. office. A quick superficial -year fled
It e not 011I. M IB this pwxr ud ore l boat raMkbrt bores All rltlm ot .publloak.of cooperative HIW..T'
I\ ......,.. topiieliM .r. ..IM .......... plgon-holing would have placed or the world which they insidious erosion of the fundamental cent more than twice the classes is let for
... .... carve for posterity "Page rights of the American U. S. Population for TueldlJ
Tbt urn u4 Ion l utvwtlMni .t.n' of Ito .pa to vnl hU4 and ttt MXibtle Uo. b .a him with young executives avenge 730: at \
....110 torbl+des ooepbr .rlttft ......1_.. of promise. Fifteen minutes ofconversation line .. says .. .." people Too many of us, I am the current year is estimatedat Wharf.pm. Fishermen'
shattered any Thank you, Mr Editor, for afraid, stand by and watch our 5,7(7,400; for 1969, 8,897,500; Tom
rnblhhtd gown heeds o.< n.....' from 1IS-I E. Uitml, AmwEntcnd listening. fellow citizens good crack Fitzpatrick Jr.
get a kab
for 1974 .322,400.
such wild notion ,
A. .....d C!_ Mats AI Fort OfflM .t V.nli* Florid. from that the tary of Sarasota Chamber,
BL. the knuckles
"Paire line of the cross The editors note Commerce,will be at
"Uncle Sam" and never real mix of Florida is gueetsppd.
EDWARD D. BALL ... ........... ..... .......... ......... Editor and Publisher Wage Hour Law read. . .. ize that this Is of common concern population with rising er
It doesn't matter whether you To The Editor: changing, a pro- Special '
M COURTNEY WILLIS .. .. ... .. ,....... . .. ., Advertising Manager are trying to cooperate with May I take this means to express Even the Communists portion of citizens over 65. ployers for guests whom will the studZ,U, ,

r SAM DILION ........... ..................... .. News and Newsphoto Editor the High School DCT program to Chief Shockey and the predict and openly declare, "While U. S. average is nine have worked during the !

i J ROGER KILBY...... ........................ ... Mechanical Superintendent or not Madam. It will do no officers of the Venice Police that we Socialist will pass state into a before complete per cent cent will, approach Florida his 13 11 cent per year Awards will be no ICbooI d,5
good for the hud of that program Force my appreciation for per several categories for
to call Tampa Page _. their quick and efficient workin succumbing to a Communistway by 1970," they report. "Pro ing work. output
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In $5.25 $3,23 six months, $2.73 of life. This alone should continues
county per year per line . says .., Madam.It apprehending the persons portion of Negroes to Talmadge
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.29 per year, $4 23 doesn't matter what the who took my watch and other alert the American people to fall I is now down to about 18 coordinator Rushing Ja DtT
per nx months, $3 per three months. STATE law says Madam page valuables from my clothing in the danger of our present drift per cent. Foreign-born residents
.. line of the FEDERAL the shower room of the Venice toward a federal regulated make up a little more
law says ..." Beach Pavilion last Friday.At "straight jacket Our laws of than S per cent of the total,
I sat looking at him, I could 1:45: p.m. I notified the the land are getting so multltudlous about the U. S. average But GOOD O BUY
hardly hear what he said Here police of my" loss and before 4 and involved that legal the Florida bom are getting
AmenThe was one of a veritable army of p.m. Chief Shockey informedme experts have a difficult time harder to find two-thirds of
young men, combing our great they had in custody two understanding them, or even all residents have migrated
country side, Insinuating themselves ;young men who had my valuables keeping up with the changes. from other states. sun rut
following Is from the "Chance Remarks" few words of thonh. into every small business !- in their possession. One obviously The estimate are based on noes..
column of Editor Mile Chance, If anybody in Collier County ttilldoetn't throughout our nation.Is could not hope for quicker talks with population experts >
this why we educate these work. tog abreast as well as government business INWANCIrOIAUTO.
Naples, Fla, Daily Newt: Anew it YES The Newt young people? They do not We also found Justice Raymond Your "broadside" should be and industry leaders. .
Things That Make You Barn Dtpt.: hot a printing division that can print THINK for themselves, they courteous and considerate used as a rallying point by any Klplinger points out that estimates -

-When the paper literally/ "teart it.slrirl" anything but money. Keep that ;in cannot CREATE anything not only; of us, but of the local citizenry who are more must be changed often,
ideas products, business. Be- interested in the danger of to reflect new developments GOOD
rights and reputation of the GUY
mind and true friends.
to kelp tome organhalion good
slowly losing our precious
souse they are somebody's two culprits (one a juvenile), bearing on population growth
publicize one of Ht moneymaking Mind you, we aren't such hardhearted nephew or the grandson of It gives! one a secure feelingto freedoms than they are in the "This year, for example, we
I projects/ / (which makes a regular/ schnooks at fo refute helpin some campaign contributor know we have such a fine petty political aspects of party considered missile plants, new
I shake the of loyalty. roads and universities the
finger ,
they can force
bundle of and Men finds the publicizing worthwhile project
the Federal Government in the southward movements of citrus
group placed its printing with tome (that's one of the reasons for 'the face of every small businessin 329 MARSHALL Glen Oak W.Rd.HAYWARD, Venice Major, U. S. Marine Corps, growers, approval of the ".".J 2
other thop. All the paper gets it a eiiitence of a hometown paper) but the country and read from Retired.To cross-state barge canal. As a
letter in town who that doetn't doa't appreciate their "Meln Kampt" "Line To The Editor result some smaller counties
listing everybody mean we
.. ya... .. -- The Editor'Congratulations are perking up, even those
even gore the time of day, with av fair ploy. It would be interesting to We wish to take this opportunity for having;
have statistics in triplicate on to thank all of you in the courage to be heard on the ed cost to I point where it is LITE i fiRE IKSl'ltWU
Just what this economy-con printing and gathering the injustices imposed upon the virtually Impossible for him
''i scious administration is payingin news coverage, not only in the Constructive American Citizensby to exist Hugh G. McPherson
I Menace To The Free Press"A salary and fringe benefitsto Ronald Heaven search, but also our army of bureaucrat Hoping this letter win at
in the other CAP activities. 253 S Tamtam! Trail
these "civic-minded" that we are now plagued with. least give you some moral sup
sleuths.I Many people have come tome It only more people would do port, I remain, a taxpaying,
free press U free only so long at market news service which the Department truly felt sorry for this asking how we got so much as you have done It certainlywould not receiving, American Cit Ph. 488e5&7P
it is free from the Interference of government. of Agriculture started last August.It young man. He will never news coverage and photos, as help to aware our peopleto izen. / ,
i. ." in direct competition with know the inate joy of creativ they were anxious to learn what is happening to all our WILLIS E. CALKINS, STATE: FARMIntunnuComwnlN
operates ity. If he succeeds in bloodsucking what was going on at the so called Constitutional Rights. 701 La Guns Dr., .
The words are those of Stanford Smith, private newt agencies. All contract forth enough funds from search and at the many thingswe It is very disheartening to see Venice, Florida. Home onion bltwmlniton, ,PmliGRANT'S ""

general manager of the American Newspaper service are continually subject to the strueglinf small proprietors to had at the CAP Building.I how far our government has --
justify his leech wages, he will was proud to say It was all wandered from the fine, sound '
Publishers He added of the Department, and it can
Association. approval
due to you that we had the '
be retired before too long on a principles which were adoptedin "SKILLET"
"Unfortunately, in these days of complex cancel them whenever it so pleases. In proportionately fat government coverage.We forming our country. Our SPECIAl

newspaper operations, government can Interfere ether words, it has full power of censorship pension and survive his remaining wish again, to thank you dedicated forefathers would be
the service be used years to die without for giving the Venice> Squadron heartbroken I if they. were able Carry Oat
and an
with i free press without the necessity can as ever having known creative of the Civil Air Patrol all to see how our rights have been .
of 1i .n". The newspaper business instrument of government propaganda.This LIFE. How sad to miss the the news coverage possible. invaded by our government.

can be subjected to pressures not anticipated i. is just one more proof of the fact purpose of human existence! MARK STIRES The small businessman who BUCKET .
in the Constitution." that big government it the enemy of This creat country of ours Cadet Information Officer, built this country is now being
:". was built by young men and 233 Nassau Street, North persecuted by an the red tape
The fret hat been destroyed ins freedom. We don't live under a dictator
: press women of vision and courage Venice. and abstract politically inspir-
nation after nation In modern times And, ship yet. But w* have been moving, step who gambled their lives, with Chlclce.n

..j, at Mr. Smith emphasized, the U. S. government by step, in that direction. And only an God's help, on a courageous
idea, who created their homes,
hat taken certain steps in thesame informed and aroused public can put their businesses, their arts

direction. A salient it a halt to the ominous trend. (without aid of
pills) leaving a heritage of
; stimulating ideas on the pagesof TRADITIONAL $2 60
our history books.I Let style favorite ((10 Pieces)
1\ HI your vie
The Company Store do not know what THIS or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES. I lB. COLE SLAW,
army of "creative"* (?) agents DOZEN HOT ROLLS
will leave to posterity besides e Rewiring a Restyling
: J ;. broken dreams, crushed hopes e All Lamp Repoin r all orders packed In foil lined buckeislPhone )
One of the vJlt of the old plantations Well, like ear payments and home loans, as they wring the last drop of
;! the extended blood from the Work by Experienced Designer! and Ahead your order will be ready
i 1 days, and the early lumbering days, was payments can over I money ever-
: ,ii; the to-called "company store." longer period of time, which will reduce widening number of disillus Crafrvnen PHONE 488-5075
ioned small business men who
J The underpaid laborer was able to get the monthly "bite." But that does not cut are already suffocated and THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. W. T. GRANT CO.

lye'' quick and easy but limited credit at the down the debt. In fact, we are spending gasping, back to the wall, under
"lf) "company stort" for his basic needs of just at much, if not a little more than last the weight of government RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
forms in triplicate edicts from
fi; food, clothing, and a little tobacco. At year. However, with the monthly pay-

t l the end of the pay period, the company merits reduced, we can hope that people

"':; store got most of the money and there won't notice the larger debt, for a while.

;1if always was a balance still owed. Hence, And there are lots of other things that I

rF; the song with the phrase, "low. my can be done Some of those who can't LOOK
tl soul to the company ttort." pay will have to go to jail. Quite a few,

'::1 So it it with our government spending as a matter ef fact, at a "deterrent" to

1 a program in these United States. We those who might think they can skip out .

It'.', cheer on our political leaden who promise and leave the store bill unpaid.

1i j ut more and more of this and that to Those not worth jailing will have to
I', be paid for with "federal" funds The I
I go on relief. So we will need tome new COMPARE
,;a,1', federal government hat become our "com programs against "poverty." It hat been IIp1V
; 1'.; ; pany store. Each payday, our debt to quit a number of years since this hard
the "store" takes more and more out of name hat been used.

", our paycheck. No matter how much Is taken .
: And then we can start more tax free
: from us at the end of each pay period,
cooperatives of kind another.
one or
!' the balance that we owe to the "company These mat It possible for the membersto
.; .to,," gets larger and larger. We know !
at least taxes for short MOVE UP
escape some a
I we will never b. able to get out of debt,
time. But to do all this will require still
j ,
.j or free of the domination of the "com .
more money-and to save face we still
1 j j pany store. have to throw a lot of "foreign aid"
But each election day, along comet our
d around. This will have to broaden .
meant w
political leader and In affect, "Don'tlet
says the taj bate in ether and Let Sarasota Federal
"' ways perhaps help
\ that bother If electme
\ ,; you none, son you cheapen the money a little more you move
I .. I I will arrange to open up I new account -
'I:' for you." So, a political leader Is It really it not much fun running the

elected or re-elected, and the charge account "company ttore" any more, but no one to better living with GOLD SEAL
i'' it extended or a new one is openedand knows just how to shut it down. It Is no up a

"I ( the debt gets larger and larger. longer fun to buy from It-but it has a

f: ;ih t, Now, of course, an awful lot of people monopoly on most everything.Just home loan tailored
to needs!
t li; : I lust can't pay. hoe that row, brother-the "Com your

,1 :A The horrid fact ef "poverty" tn this pany Store" needs the money and your

," :. ,: affluent SOCI"ty.has suddenly been dsf credit is not much goodl! low interest rates no prepayment", penalty low service charges

f covered What i" there to do about it? -Public Service Magazine


t '1! Library Column
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I \ $ARASOTAZi.[ ) [ ?
: Lit .
,! :, f ,L m 'J' Editor Friends of The Library .savings and loan association j i

t ,
',' .1' SHANGRI-LA invoices an Imaginative says "it Is In thy power whenever thou

,, i:! 'I Utopia, an idyllic retreat into fantasy. shalt choose to retire into thyself." CHARLES BRUIN, Venice Office Manager!!

( y "I All who have read James Hiltons inspiring In the Free Public Library, sponsoredby e

i v"1 I book LOST HORIZONS or saw Friends of the Library of Venice Area,
I / the realistic picture with Ronald Colman
j t : mutt have been impressed with the escapist many books in many categories philosophy DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE GULF GATE VENICE
l,: I element in this story of a remote mystery and adventure-can help 1711 Main Street So. Trail at Bee Ridge Rd. So. Trail at Sticlmey Punt Rd. 446 So. Temiaml Trill

: and imaginary lamasery ut to retreat into ourselves or project us

Marwt Aurtliui in hit MEDITATIONS into I wonder world of SHANGRI-LA

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ii iiml C- : :t : ... I And Now ComesPowdered Juice Osprey OracleBy I


[tg gj, .9 GrapefruitAlready P. O. Box: *32, Osprey, FU. Phone S66-U7S

(. 'U. l being market-tested, More nice people you will types of transportation In Hop
meet in and around : per' Garage Mr. Wheeler olWheeler'
._ .. powdered grapefruit juice may Osprey ;
'..._,_. ., :a
soon become a new product on Mrs. Dorothy Tacheny, who Grove, who, in adodltion
the market. spreads cheer and goodwill to supplying delidoua

CLASSIFIED I Developed by scientists of every day from behind the fruits and vegetables and waUermellon

Rentals Misc. (the U.S. Department of Agri. counter of Tacheny's Grocery *, sells the GONDOLIER
raiJle<< For Sale Legal culture' Argicultural Research and Market; Mrs. Edith La- to all comers: Mr. and

RATES SINGLE ROOMS, furnished, 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER. Garden Service and others, the new Gasse, who is forever looking Mr*. Luptak, civic-minded rea.
:: $30 monthly, $10 weekly. 504 Sears, Roebuck's Best window NOTKB OF !: powder dissolves In cold waterto after children swimming her Ident for the past year; Mr,
:'tin!, Charg Rat.., both Thursday Armada Rd., So.I type. Not quite 2 BBOISTKB: : '( make a nutritious grapefruit Venetian Pool; Mr. William Louise DeVaney, of Bob1 Used
IIJ II and Monday EditiomS1.50 $150.\ Phone 488-3817 yrs.after 6 that'"PSa" ka undrnlrnocl.to dnea h Juice with a remarkably fresh Hopper, busy working on all Auto Parts who has been drio
'. BEDROOM, furnished house p.m. vl.lon Ri>..r 5.l. 4k*- flavor minded for many year
Yearly $85. South Venice. I at tot South Grove Streak Slate Mr. Susan C. Camp, nutritionist Youths
Ma nader th. flrtUlmu ChargedIn
1eCrt. Phone 488-3239. PERSIAN LAMB COAT. Size lUJIa and TV $..... with the Florida Agricultural Plan are in the making for
((12 word minimum) 44. Cost $1,000.] Sacrifice firm la eomnoaad. of tha Extension Service, the dedication for
$500. .. ceremony
\OllflCI s-s eon. whma .... Forty-five
BOL and
Wlk. Additional Words, each 6c'd ..b..... p, ._. | B.ri CNFVRNlaHITO u.r.muh. Lapislaiull beads, $75. Phone dw.. ara aa '..n..., uests attended says that storage temperatures Beach TheftTwo the new Osprey Post Office. I
JUST C4LU LOU JACOBS, ....UIf 488-2794. .HowarJC... Fla.Ownamblp' )SK45.. tM luncheon of the required to preserve its quality Detail will be announced in
'd tIIo! CASH rtte*. both Thursday of Mae1' Club at the have not been determined, youths. one a Juvenile, the near future.
:j nuts t and Monday Editions FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM RUBBER STAMPS made to or. Servlra Howard la C.aa ,Mrk.ln..11...!, 101 in Engle- but the scientists believe the were arrested by Venice policeat Special mention end thank
home in Nokomis Height*. fice der. Overnight service. Of. n a i. Intmllon u product will need little or no 3 p.m. Friday and charged go to Mr. Jim Sorenson, Chiefof !
::, $1.40 Fireplace, Florida room, 4881432., personal, pocket or stock. .Tlerk.-of tha Countr.Clronll Florida a past refrigeration. with the theft of a $75 watch the South Trail Area Volun-
screened porch and barbecue. tha saId n..,. )I..'. Venice Garden Especially prepared concentrated and $5 In cash about an hour tear' Fire Department and Mr.
|111 word minimum) Phone 488-1682. I09M.Renrloa Lawa under the the new offic grapefruit juice Is whipped earlier at the Venice beach Roland Wendt Leader of Civilian
Autos For Florida
DOT Additional Words .ach Se Sale Wltn M m, hand Ihla elected at the into a stable foam to make bathhouse. Band Radio Clubs for Disaster .
BEDROOMS, Private entrance. 554' These Included the powder. The foam 1 is pushed Police Chief John Shockey Purpose These men energized
far AtaM 18-(".. tra .M tlae*). Two blocks from Post 58 CHEVY BELAIRE, 283V8. BOWARD in ipaghct- laid Dale Wilson 18, of Venice the to obtain the
tiler f* ....- .f !. aMta Office. Radio PublUhl I Mae II, 11, xl. Wood as pres through a press push
.aft Una lar ... I..iI... .1 ..... a 303 Ponce de Leon. Phone 4882438. heater, Automatic. 5 B. Gibbs as ti-like strips onto a movingbelt and a 18-year-old companionwere Civilian Band Radio which the)
I ..._ ..._... .._ .. new whl *w.IJ.. Excellent
... for 11. condition and dried in a stream of picked up from a description Osprey PTA recently donatedto
A earvfea chare ."( II ..... a) NOTICE OF Mrs. Jam
$395. Ph.
a... lr .. *t tka Oadellr.. f O. 4741539.Household REGISTtR. second vice- heated air. The dried strips arethen furnished by the victim of the Osprey School for use
... ...beI" ...11. *> .-"..,, AIR CONDITIONED, On. bed. that l'ha th.undtnla-nod" ...'...di.ti do,. Leo R. Fox as ground into powder. the theft. The 18-year.old was in emergencies.
room Apartment. For summer Goods Aviation bivln. at Mrs Fred referred to juvenile authorities -0-
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOn. or yearly. Adults. At 251 Vnlea, Florida. uno>r th. < Young Wilson was turned over
as correspond. in the Lemon
Edition, per Inch $3.00 Nassau. Call or see Larry Redford PRIVATE SALE a S rooms furniture of Corporation.V.nlc. AotvMarln.In.., and and Mrs. Age area.gardeners In addition to inspirational to Constable Jack Knuckles The second primaries are
Both Editions, per Inch $3.50 Associate Chips! Johnson' used t _to .compnaxl. of U.. treasur horticulture, and was being held SaturdayIn coming up soon. These run-off
Real Estate months 7 Bay. h naaiaa and ,.... of programs on are 'Just a* important to this
306 W. Venice view Drive off Albee Rd. Ph. aa follow,i the flower show stimulated the the county jail. .
Ave. Phone 488-2241 Blank' L.. ,. Rt S. area as the first primary.'".
All clanifled ads payable 'In or 4882279.CHEERFUL 4885781. :: public Interest in flower arrangement .
I komla. tlorlda. 1 was The theft was reported by Eligible voter should be get.
ei'abliihwd Robert Henneaar, I Bt I, for her and new varietiesof
advance except Marshall Glen
howls, Florida, I Hayward, 328 ting a run-down on the men
'IY .ccountv, MENTS. Suitable COZY APART.for Boats For Sale Janat R......... St. t of the Fash- plantings.] The project resulted to in Oak Road, Venice Garden, running in this election and
re Englewood
komla" rlnrlda.Owner and chairman I beautify make every effort to go to poll
I CANCELLATION tirees. 14 town. Year around or of Vanioa, -.- flower show setting out 36 bougainvillea in who told police the Items were to vote. These primaries will
ot winter season. Armada SELLING TIME opment Corporation lot, S well of the his
Apta.. of apprecia the cemetery as as stolen out pockets of
ADJUSTMENT 1955 14' Culflmer 30 hp. Stanley Lavlna Owner hav<> a big effect upon' the November -it
408 Armada Rd.ATFRACrIVE It ... the hundreds of trees In private
to Inuntlm retiring ihort while he
to walking was election and all the
Evlnrude Tr ... . .
Requests for cancellation a. $495 Clerk of the Clrenlt" 4 G. Horace lawns, and the Washington
1957 SaraaoU County Florida. showering.IT'S people should be represented.
16' C/C. 30 hp. !
or diu.tmnt because of EFFICIENCY .... officers palm and two rose bushes In -
sold -- -----
name V.nlc. *
I error mutt b* mad for Apartment. Heated pool. Air Evhirude, Tr . .. . .$395U' .n.nt..,.Corporation; In.., F. Fitting as the Lemon Bay school yard. -
Gondolier BEFORE conditioned. W. Songstercratt, Merc. or rti.pter lOan and Mrs. Luncheon tables were decorated
Venice Ave. .
Thursday Week 400 E. Tr . . . .$995 Id. Aesa_ of_1545.wits. bw-i. and
tllio with gardenias a
S fjn. on Monday. For Mon. month or yearly. Rent recording sec
very reasonable 16% Lyman 50 hp. May. 155t.aTANLET May pole, arranged by the
I day Gondolier BEFORE S mer months 488-3681 during, sum- Jhns., Tr . . .. .$745 Freildeat hostess committee consistingof

\\I p.m. on Thursday. 1960 20 Squall King .. .$535 ROBERT. complimented Mrs. Claude W. McMullen,
.. ...
I PHONE I BEDROOM HOUSE the ,1056 20' Trojan Sleeps" 2. $795 J4NET & committee chairman, Mrs. Frank W. Mc. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
SOl on Hansen Chrts Craft Sales, Inc., .......... to make Cook, Mrs. S. O'Brien and Mrs.
i water Nicely furnished and 1201 North Tamiaml Trail rnblbot War II, tB, June
4An..1t?] clean. Air conditioner, carport S,.,.aJln!. Ph.,,_, Q''I-un' ..,. year for Age Sklolvl,.
--- --- ------- "V v.v.
screen porch. Will rent short NOTICE OF PUBUC Duplex in wonderful location. Small
term or yearly. NPC 488-3681. 24' TRUSCOTT CRUISER. PROPOSeD

' Must move at your price. A* Notloa ZONING la barebr tin*. Gardens down payment with good terms on
;01'M; Real Estate DELIGHTFUL completely Is, where is. See at slip behind Retllon 104 of tie Cod.

furnished 2 bedroom apart Idle While Apt. on Donna Bay. tilr Oounall' of of Venire..,. Clt Florida will, balance. For further informationcall
oj, WILL TRADE S bedroom home ment. Adults only. Owner supplies Make offer to 488-4033. Hearinf at the Cllr H.H By MARX E. KROUPA
located in St. Petersburg, heat and water and yard 1.,,. t. laU at 1.01)) p...
..... of .
oonaldeHnf and
:::; valued at $15,800 for equal value maintenance 320 Psrksido Dr., Male Help Wanted the following <.b.... and a guest 'Venice. The Rt. Rev. Monslj- 488-6413 or 483-4196.
S bedroom home in Venice. Bayshore Estates. Phone 488- "noel.. Ordinance* biln Thomas 'I. nor George W. Cummings

l Call Mr. Barker 4883067. 6612. of Block said Coda lOB ,to to be will. ..n..- and I recognized the past and present
FORMER MARINES receive denea No. I to TtaaMmoe is enjoying officers reminiscing about
I ON "PRIVATE ESTATE, Over. fou. (4)) days pay each month Br Ordar of the Cite the work that had been done
Lots For Sale looking the Bay, at Osprey, for one week- nd drill. Regular ClIP HAR'IY Clerk.Puolhk played a by the Guild. Father Lima

VFViriC' llltmniNrt' lOTS 20 minutes to central Sarasota. credit toward retirement, Mar II II, 19ftt.IN ; of golf at from Incarnation in Sarasotawas .- r- r- _
tEMCE' BURINEM SITU Apartment, furnished or unfurnished. plus the added earning power Course the guest speaker.0 .
fALU LOU JACOBS. 4-lllT Two large bedrooms, of two weeks summer camp in TKE: COUNTY being -0-

(10 DOWN $10 Monthly buys tile bathroom Kitchenette, California in August. Call 836. IN FLORIDA AND FOB : Shaw and and Mrs. A. J. Gospeterof WOLFER MOTORS. Inc.

1 South Venice lots. $20 down, Large l Living Room, gas stove 1911 Tampa for detail Ot RE!!:> Tha Eatata ..f of Overbrook Road entertainedwith RAMBLER DODGEI5
(20 month buys centrally located and furnace, TV. Annual basis RUTH P.-MARIE DOW, .. Shaw m'I. a dinner last Sunday S. Tamiaml Trail .88-39b5-.88.bI50

Country Club Estate lot or only, $100 per month. Quiet, no Help WantedGUARANTEED NOTICE!: 01' PILING weather evening. Those present were SPECIALIST IN .
Venice Gardens lot. Byron lawn to mow, Frigidaire. Ph. F1N41. DISCH4RGB or came Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robbing, ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Markle Realtor Ph. 488-4700. SEAMAN, 0662825.TRAILVIEW TO ALL WHOM TM4T Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Masin, Mr. .
Lubricat. Chassis
NOTICE: IS HEREBY and Mrs. W. Bennett Mr. and Repair
ELK INLET Seawalled private APT. for rent by DRAWFor of bava tha flM.. .wr.. of final Ruth.....".. Edmonds. Mr*. Frank Noble of Over. S Front End Alignment Oil Chang
boat basins E. L. Kilton, year. Completely furnished. qualifi.d licensed real eeaaedl, that I b... fllai m Mrs. brook Gardens and Mr. and S Front End Ov.rhaul Adjust Headlighti Beams
Bn hore Drive. rlokoml I Automotie heat and air con estate talesmen. final Honorable dlKharrei John' that T.I will. John Mr. Vincent Karnik of Engle. I Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair
ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. Sod.. of B.raiota. Cou.t,4I''t'.r. '. Altar wood. Mr. and Mrs. Gospeter S Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard .
Houses For SaleCBS I II Tampa St., close to store. LARGEST COMPANY Can Male IN AREA tha th. t lama day of and Jun.for, 198'final, having their home remodeled S Radio Repain Transmission Repair
Tel. 4881321. e eeutrli of th. ...... of Guild with makes it a pleasure to entertain Airconditioning Rapain and Installation
; BEDROOMS de:10: : I If Good Money Dow, deceaeed. RUTH R. morning their friends.
I tile bath, 2 BEDROOM House. Nicely Cell Weekdays 958-3821 5..,.. Haaen .. -

lection, 828 Robert l SLWILL I furnished. Walking distanceto Sarasota, (lot appointment with vs Florida,,... P1w-id.Power .* Light LARGER
Nokomis Beach. $69. We .
Home. District Manager Publlah N.e 15. IC IS.
2 bedrooms or, 1ft baths. C.B., pay utilities. 488-5127. Real state Corner I
Large lot, deep canal dock. I SUPER MARKET Employe, IM THB COUNTY
Laurel Villa. For comparable LARGE room apartments.FURNISHED Also 2 single and 3 Cashiers, Stockmen, Meat IK fUORIDA.AND FOR IN _

or larger home in Venice area. Cutters, Produce Clerk Apply IN RE I Th. Ffctataof
E I rooms. Very reasonable summer Breezeway Super Market, ORINNB IS.iSORTENOEN.
__ Very reasonable. Ph. rates. Weekly monthly, 8-5.! Mr. Hall or Mr. Johnson. 1>-_001. ..--'- I .....
i: M DDR. VENirit BARGAIN.I I yearly. Walk to beach and N'nTICIii 01' "ILING ,! A HONEYI ,.
114,. Atbvrb.it pl.., BrrahlIBT I shopping. Vacationers wel FIN41. DISCIIARGIii OF T LOT This Space
*: CALL. LOU JACOBS. I8I-UIT .irmada Rd. Wanted Brand New Air Conditioned Home
come. 504 and 516 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY'
BAYFRONT Private Boat I So. After II pm call 474-2569. NOTICE! IS HEllOS (< to This On 2 Bedroom., 2 Tile Baths, Oat Paneled Florida Room, T.r.

Basin, and Boat Trees, furnished YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military of have tha filed...mr... .final, Cori"return.. Available ratio Floors, Cantral Heat, I 1365 Feet Living Space. Loaded
3 Bdr., Fla. room, Den. MODERN, alrconditloned obligation with only six d..*.....; that I have filed with Errrai. Big Lot, Good Neighborhood City Water and >
18000. Block from town Owner stores available in South month active duty. Returnfor for final dlx-harrel and *
ply to tha Honorable John Sewer. About $2,000.00 Cath. Owner Will Carry Balance
llg Winson, Englewood. Venice Shopping Center. For [ service with your local Ma. Countr J.... of KaranU L For Your .06%.
nformatinn call 488-5858. ems Reserve unit. Call 838-1911, ida. on tha Sri d., of
SELL OR RENT. Large 2 bedroom Tampa for detail chart approval aa of executor th. ema of and WAIT CASEY KEY Bay to Gulf, 120 230. Paved Road. Below j

house. Unfurnished. 2 AIR CONDITIONED Apartment Corlna JL Mnrt.n.en, 4 Real EstateAdvertisement Market Price. Reasonable Terms.

Hocks from bank. Phone 488- three large rooms, full InstructionCUSTOM I! Boona Baavn/./ WENDElL 4 Iiphordlnv GULF REALTYPH.
1789. I bat' Reasonable I Phone 488. Florida Power Light I Drive
I Venlca. Florida.Publi.ht .
47 MOHAWK RD. So. Venice, 3785 or 488-5994. MUSIC LESSONS Mar II. It, II. 488-4738 216 S. TRAIL. VENICE

2 BR. Fumlshed. Newly PARTLY FURNISHED, 2 bed. Piano Portable Organ I : ,_ _."'___ iIIliJIWI"-tIII"! 'II

\painted In out. 214\ comer room cottage, $65 month, Guitar, Accordion.don't Special plan in. x- x-
for students who have
lets 775000. 2V4\ adjoininglots plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or
.trurn ntt. Phone 9:00: to 9:30:
$750.00. Broker Buer. 488-6474. I MORE PEOPLE
a m., 488-1475, Herman Vander
au & Buereau C. C. (Chip) BEACH PARK

Johnson Martin Ira J. Glockner BEDROOM I available June furnished 1. $90 house mo Voort. I SUBSCRIBING TI, 2-bath, with nice

S. Stancik. Write or phone Earl Bond Lost 2 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat and air conditioning. Many
Wonderful loca.
$12.895 WA8-4381 Rt. No. 3, Box 564X, READING porch. fine features In this home for comfort
For a fine home In Venice Car. Arcadia, Fla., and give refer. SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING
Priced at $i 1,500.
dens 2 large bedrooms Itt ences. and diamond wedding ringon VENICE down payment. Easy

baths, den, screened porch Nokomis Beach off pavilion.
large utility room Carport, etc. Business Personals Reward. Contact The Gondolier =* For Information call FRANK C. RAEBURN

Large corner lot In good location. Newspaper. REALTOR
Terms. 380 Hilly-lew Rd., fYPEWRITEKS: and Adding 488.6413 or 4884196INTERESTED
Phone 4882894. Machine (mechanically operated 251 W. Venice Av. Phone 488-1600 488-2649

) Chemically cleaned, -
WANT TO SEE MET like new. Just' $12.50 plus parts
I Inn 2 bedrooms, 2 Bath Big if requir All makes. Venice --INSTALL !! !! I
I homey kitchen, dining and llvI Ststloners, 211 W. Venice Ave. : III 1111111111111111111111I11111111111
I log area. Large *creenedlnI 4886113.
I Porch and doublu carport. HEAT ? MODEL HOME FOR SALE!

I Trees'You and lovely landscaping. Including carpeting and draperies


Phone MARKLE 488-4708 LUMBER CO. HEATING Wlmmers Reoftor Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof

Blvd. C 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Ovtnii Garage
a BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS. Ful. |OQ3 N. Sarasota Washington ESTATE AND INSURANCE Immediate Occupancy $17,500.TERMS .
Iy established home in VenIce -
| eaU for Waster Union Telegraph NO CLOSING COSTS
down Garden Phone 4884927.ATTRACTIVE 15500.. ELLIOTT PAULfor 151Uu1 thru Friday 9 to 5: Saturday t. I HARLEY G. WHITEAKERP.

CORP, CLOSED SUNDAYS O. Box 1357 Phone Evenings
HOME In nice TRUSSES VENICE CLEAN Venice Fla. 488-3562
bed. Venice FU. .
Section of Venice. Two 744 Venic Av*. E. ,
looms, two baths, screened Alum. Windows & DOOM. 111I11I11I1111I111111I11111111111111I11111I11I11111I1111I1! 11111111I11111I1111111111I1111I11!
I Porch and carport, 1001 Noko- Contract Roofing & Painting
I tots l Ave., So., Venice 14000. Phone 488-2132 Venice
J Low down payment No closing ;
cost.. Call 4886701. Dressmaking, alteration dn- FEET HURT ? FLORIDA LIVING IS FUNI! Five Choice Lots In

panes, ete. reasonable 4SI-1UO Screened Check fhdse Realtors for South Venice

GOLDEN BEACH nar gulf I 'S *"OM carport, Oil F.i Corner of Shamrock Boulevard .
Two bedroom, two bathf. 'PAINTING, Exterior and Interior. erry AI 1 and Linden Road
Estimate and refer .
rlva Ilallef Ta (0110. a Aurora
30 foot Florid room fr' '
given by .*- B...... a Ackln' tad .. and dry.
on I 112 I ft. corner lot. Periled painter. Call ;Uiott. a lut falM m4 BaeaaekeaJerry's rit; 14 $1,750.00Martin
519 GULF STREET 488-4069. I Y.Rentals I I''

1 Cornerlot Transportation ,; -
frame. : i
and ewer. Spcc/offs/ in Arch Support and Orthopedic Ave.
Walk city water $7,250 TRANSPORTATION to Englewood I 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE < '* 488-544 I I ;

30 per to cent school below and store.cost! Call dally for work at 7:00t ; I tiara a...' II a... U 4 .... Claaed WadnaMlan P.. ___. .5 f'
,m, Fbon 488-1789. I
8-15lO alter 4 or weekend I





ABOUT ENGLEWOOD Brookside Wins GLL Junior Division 1st Ml) Defeats I Homer Ends Extra-Inning -

i Banging It Out Softball Tilt; VSC Wins 106Gary

County Jr. High Sarasota Federal
Ends 1st-Half Moser's bases-loaded J,.. IIB.."Ml w ear Juw I II-
PlayOsprey R.wle. w. Vac
i with Pat Bang home run In the bottom of the a.I.. : Jnn. rR-.vsa; ...18B..':.:.,, ,,JR3h ,
propelled Venice veC ... R..i.., Jnn,
Phone 474-2224 Tennis CrownBrookside By 13-3 ScoreFirst ninth inning Reels 10 'skY"
Recreation came! er & Light went on a scoring I Shopping Center to a 10-fl win lv ';"II'.1't.' ;. 1'.: YRC
Was so surprised! to see Mrs. replied and then asked howwe from behind to defeat Osprey spree to whip Venlce-Nokomis over Rawles' Live Ones Thursday vso .. Rabe'. .; Jul. I' YIIC" R!
Eccles: come! for the copy Tuesday felt.! Instead of fine!, as Junior High won Merchants, 8-7, Friday nightto Bank, 15-2; and Venice! Rotary National Bank poured! night in slow-pitch softball 5-i; Jul- 6.b.? ,.t-s.M'. w. 'VRC.. '" Rwl.rub l
morning, but here! was a usual, we said, "Not so good the County Junior High School gain a tie with their oppon rallied! for an 8-4 decision over fight runs across the plate In action at the high school field.
reason for it, she wanted us to today." He said "thats ,ood" tennis title Thursday with a ants for second place as the Nokomis Lions the forth inning Thursday night The Shoppers tied the score Grove
know Mr. Eccles became very! and we burst out laughing eight-team Gulf Little League to whip Sarasota Federal! 13-3, at 6-6 In the bottom of the City Civic
ill Sunday, and was taken right When he realised! what he had 4-1 victory over the Li'l Indians Junior division completed its JUNIOR DIVISION in a senior division Gulf Little seventh to send the game into
i up to Bay Pines for x-rays. He said he got as red as a beet! of Venice Junior High first half play. Both are 8-4. Flntl Tint R.lnw League game played! at the extra innings. Both teams! went Group Sets Meet
It was funny. It the The first LOS!. municipal field.It the eighth! and
railed Monday saying the! very was second straightwin half champions, scoreless in GROVE CITY The
__ annual
trouble had been located and for Brookside over! Venice Venice Lion, downed Venice rnerw VwI Ma Lbw..h..u __ a. 4 1 -abpnr was the Bank nine's seventh Rawles found the going tough Spring general memberahiii!
taken care of at once and he is Pauline Alderman has moved and sixth without loss for the Elks by a 10-6 Score to finishup ( Rwm.tlon a 4 I win In 10 starts end the again in the top of the ninth. meeting of the Grove City CIV.
feeling! okay. from Mango Street! down to a with a 9-1 mark And s three- V-ilM-Nnhomli' n.... ... 1 I I loss dropped Sarasota Federalto In their! half of the ninth Ic Assn. will be held! on wag.
I -0- Grove City. Mrs.. Paul Bierce! Barracudas. The I loss dropped game edge over the second v.nl,. Itourrflorid. 4 I t 64. Francis McClain, David Farley! 'nesday! In the Charlotte
(he Li'l 1 Indians to 3-3 for the P.... A Ll.h 1 h 4
moved down there! last month. place learns.! Jim Kunkle all hit singlesto Placida
Mrs. Grace Young sold her Vwle.! Klh a e 1Nekn.Y Vaughn Miller and Steve and building, Road, with
house on Washington Street -- season. In other action, Florida Pow- Lion. I. R Schepp led the Bank attack set the stage for Moser'sblast. President James D Padovano
Ronnie Jones downed B.
the papers signed yesterday. It Anika Johnson stopped in to with three and two hits, respec presiding.! The meeting! win
Eltenger! &4, to take the loneVenice hadtwo
was bought by Max Miller who lee us Sunday. In the forenoon Rule Stewart tively. Mike Rich also doubledfor Moser and Farley! each start at 8 p.m.
has a fender shop at McCall Mr. and Mrs Ralph Lewis of match in Thursday'saclioa. Fresh Water Fish the winners.! hits in four times tot bat Reports! of the progress of

Iy I Road. South Venice stopped In. Theyare Other results! : LVWGA WinnersCharlene David Erb, Bob Austin and for the winners! Marc Powers led! several important committees
in the same state as we Rule's 74 Danny Jarvis all doubled for and Ron Kappelman and plans for the! association'
Patty Johnson lost to Billy toppedthe
all their neighbors have Rawles! with two hits apiece.! program of activities
Mrs. Nixon from Venice Just are Rules About SameFlorida's Sarasota Federal. through
Barr, 4Roger; Tyrrell drop 18-hole!, Class A Division of Bodager's Win
departed, leaving them! as the! Summer months Jl
drove in with a huge bag of will
ped a 1-8 decision to Bob Con- the Lake Venice Women's Golf Bob Austin started for Sarasota In fast pitch games, Bodag discussed
alone as we are.! and acted
Christmas cards. We could .- ser; B. W'apnick and R. Farrell Association sponsored Gallo fresh water fishermen Federal end gave up all er's Painting shut out Engle- board of directors upon The
still accept them! as Mrs. Kin.hasn't downed Johnson and nine of the Bank hits. He walked will report
Kathy tournament will the basic Bait House, 7-0, and First
at find 1904-65 wood
Mrs. Arthur Delano left this way Wednesday! on (Its action taken! In Its
arrived as yet to pickup Jimmy Meadows! 6-1 and B. nine and struck out three recent
; lake downed Shirling'aPlumbing
week! for her home in Whiting, Venice Golf Club. regulations! and bag limits Federal meeting.!
the seven! or eight cartonswe
Henry and S. Shoemaker beat hofore being relieved by
Vt. She has spent six winters! Coming In second with 75H I for fresh! water! fish essentially by a M score President! Padovano will
have for her. auk
Johns and Hurt Butch Dalton in the fourth.
Sieve! Billy Davis
was Olive Arnell. the current Koohns and Billy
here. I same as the regu! Clete mit a report! on the
e -.- 6-3. Em Manning and Terry! Hat. lations, with a few! local ex- Dalton faced four batters in did the hurling in the Bodager.Bait road improvement! project current!
There was a double birthday Mr. and Rev. Bessie! Style ton were first and second in ceptions.! The new rules, regulations the inning and a third he work. House contest, with Grove City. Other pending in
party at Deer Creek Trailer and Lynn's brother! are putting Class B with scores of 76 and and bag limits were ed and got them! out In order. Koohns getting the decision. He ters, important to the mat.
Park this week. John Corwin their! place to rights, for they Lemon Bay 77, respectively established at a meeting! of the Winning pitcher was Steve struck out eight and WIU touched owners of Grove City property ire
was 90 years old snd Vernon are leaving us this week too, In the 9-hole division, ClassA Game and Fresh Water Fish Deans, who fanned six, walked for six hits. David fanned the agenda for discussion on
Harvey, the owner of the park, but we know they will be backin laurel went to Bee Stewart Commission at Tallahassee, one and hit one batter.! He gnve 10 and gave up only five hits. action and the Grove City Civic and
would not tell his age. The entire the fall. I AL with a 35.5. Irene! Bryant was April 24, and will become effective up six hits i Jim Sikora led the Bodager Assn. members are urged to
park turned out for the affair runnerup with a 36. July 1, according to A. The first half ends Thursdaywith attack with two hits, while F. attend! and support the iction
all bringing food, cards Mr. and Mrs. Lew Fox of I Margaret Smith's 33.5 took D. Aldrich, director. First National, Sarasota I Paradis got a like number for of the association In lu effort!
and gifts for each! gentlemanand Park Avenue! leave! for the first in Class B, while Ida The daily bag limit for freshwater Federal and Kiwanis still fight- Bait House! to promote the general! welfare
two birthday cakes. summer on the 19th for their! Meets TonightENGLEWOOD Jeake was second with a 34. ins It out for first place. Bob Knuckles pitched for of Grove City,
fish remains at 10 black
Mr. Corwin still plays shuf- I home on Pelee! Island, Canada.It's In: Class C, it was Martha Tomorrow night, KIwanis First Federal, giving up' but
fleboard. He is as fit as a fiddle off Lake Erie. Plans for Jlmendorph out In front witha bass, 35 panfish, 15 pickerel! meets! First National at 4 p.m. three hits while walking three Kimberly! birthplace of Oil
and he also enjoys a gameof -0- the annual installation of the 32. Ruth Johnson's 34 was and 30 white bass. and Osprey! meets! Sarasota and striking out three. Steve! diamond industry, Is i neat,
cards. His son Charles, a "We sincerely thank you, recently elected staff of officers good for second place. consolation Federal at 8SO: p m. Crow! led the winners In the modern city of about 80,00(1())(
colonel in the Army, is to retire one and all, for the many kind will be discussed at the Charlene! Rule was the 18- hit department with a home standing on open veld, 265
in June and then will be expressions! of your love and regular bimonthly meeting of hole consolation winner! and This Wednesday's event will I run and a triple. miles southwest of Johannesburg (
Headmaster at the Howe Mili- concern shown to us at the! Lemon Bay Post Unit 278, Veah Ha-ndley took the B-hole! be a blind bogey. Miss Huntley Has TilE STANDINGS in the heart of the Republic
tary Academy in Indiana. occasion of our first anniversary American Legion Auxiliary to (Blow PIUM of South AfrIca
-0- as paster of the First Bap- : night at 8 p.m. in the Legion Grange PartyMiss w LVence.

Our new minister, The Rev.! tist Church. Your many gifts headquarters.! I Auto Service Center OpensIndicative I Etta Huntley will bl R .\...' FWpInt 1.1.! 0..Cntft -- I. }
Arlo L. Lelnbark called us not were! well appreciated and A communication has been B....'. Plnmhlnl .. 1 1T.wd.e's Swim
I an hour He had just re were certainly needed by the received from Eighth District hostess to Venice Grange! members ....Istnd.l.a.heY 10 Ins
ago. B. '
from of the! continued Born in Massillon, Ohio, he and their friends at asocial a I 7
Daniels family. A quote Legion Auxiliary President (P.K P15'4')
turned from a convention! at
f send growth of the area is the opening had owned his own auto repair get-together at her homeon w T.Redrer'Y 0
The Follower. We to Mrs. William Eisele
Daytona Beach and met The stating of Laps Auto Service which business there. He Is marriedto Frances Street! Nokomis, ".I.tI.. .__ ICnelewooJ 1 I WaterAT
Rev.! Arthur Lee Dasher there our good wishes! too. Sam R. that she will officiate as install. Ritt DOOM 1Pint I I
has just opened its doors on Rt. the former Peggy Williamsof Wednesday at 10:30: a.m. P"Irr.l ..___ IShlrllni I
Daniels is one grand person. officer at the induction -
ing !
and had Arthur
they a long chat. 41 across the highway from Massillion and Laurel They All attending are requested! ; IMumblnt. _-....1 a
asked that he call us and Had Interesting-0- talk with ceremony! to be held jointly Citrus: Highlands. Ralph Laps moved to this area two and a to bring their own sandwichesand T.,..;;; ;......alorl..1 Warm Mineral
an with the Legionnaires Monday
tell! us they! had met. And he! on is the new owner and half years ago and Ralph has place settings Ptdrtml ... IV ta ..'. .* \.1-l
did. And just now a Mrs. Wood Ann Sommerman on the aftermath night, June 8lh. manager. Knit. Hum. v* Shlrllnv'. .! Bnrl....wnl.iVmk .
from Warm Mineral Springs of the earthquake in As is customary, a pre-ccre-! With more than 20 years experience been associated with a local I .tow pitch mno 1 >-"
called and said she had seen Alaska. Katherine! her daughter mony covered dish dinner will Ralph's new organization auto repair concern. The first city officials of Fut pltcr Slow>.t SM: Pltrh P M Ika.hNMq I Springs
will specialize in auto Ralph and Peggy, and their! Nieuw Amsterdam (New York)
wrote the laboratory where be held 11 ".ha' M.r
Arthur and he her > at 6 p.m. -- w
for gave a message he works is a wreck.! Windowsout Past President Mrs. MarIeL. transmissIons and general repair four young sons, Mike, Bob. In 16.;>3 included a preacher! 1 L.h.s.. vsc Mar MluwM. ... 12 Milei South of Venice;
us. So we have news vile Mw --Rawl_ ... B...'., Jae..vso .
from two sources within an and tubes, lars and bottles! Albright, chairman of the on all\ makes and modelsof Mark and Bill make their teacher, court messenger and 2 ... Baho', J... 4--vnc w. On US 41
hour or so. tire smashed. She lost quite a committee in charge of arrangements cars. home in Citrus Highlands dog catcher R.rtw. J... .--B....'. ... Ra...,

-0- few! personal possessions, suchas urges all member -
Now 'Nt really are alone on pictures! and glass and to plan to attend this colorful '

Cocoanut, between Mango and china. and Important event.! 1178 TRADE 'N'TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S
Maple The Harrv Halls are -oWe During the business session,
: only to be away three or four raided the! Ballantyne delegates and alternates to the
3, weeks, however, so we'll)) see garden with their consent and auxiliary state convention, to 111
/i'; a tiny light agleaming from approval, came back with a be held in Jacksonville! will be
the next block but until they! lovely bunch of perky nasturtiums elected. .,' Five different lines of cars-forty-five

return it's awful dark outside. and about a dozen seal- Arrangements! will be made :_ __._ different models to choose from.
-0- lions. The radishes and lettuce for' the unit ladies to join with JL ,

Wayne Hill and his wife have! have all gone to seed (he! legionnaires in attending ,, Come early and trade great!
gone up to Rochester! N. Y. -oOh morning service at the Engle- p1I: \\U J _
He is the grandson of the Rev. the peace and quiet of wood First Baptist Church on Now that spring's !in full swing; yowTI find new
i. Bessie Stiles. They have been Englewood now that the Sunday morning. May 31. tt Chevrolet perfect for picking.
in the Holmbeck house all "snow birds" have gone back The Memorial! Day committee 1 Luxury-First, there's the big Jet-smooth Cher-
summer but he! was offered a north! Mr. Bacon is the onlv will report on the tentative! r I P1 rolet. Sumptuous and soft riding with a fat coil
very good job up there so off living soul who has passed our arrangements for the auxili- l 1 spring at all four wheels to smother bumps. Over
f they went. house!', on his daily jaunt to the ary's participation in the an- i
+. 700 sound stoppers throughout the ear to blot out
-eWe post office, and last night nota nual community Memorial Day 1
1\dF\ wind and road noise. Interiors luxuriously done
all have forgotten the art car passed us In either direc- services. I \ t
yy t' up in the newest softest vinyls.
: t of listening, !
our ears teem
W3 Trade what for of these
you're driving one ,
atuned to radio and TV but -0- I C
not to ordinary conversation. A letter! from Mrs. Ora Gar- Women Bankers .i' I 4 w and you won't want to trade seats with anybody

) A very amusing thing happened tee, from Dundee, Mich., says Attend ------ L--- I else on the road.
to us the other dav. Was nil spring flowers are in bloom Meeting 0 'P. I.__, Spirit-Next, CnereneJ'The beautifully' in-
standing in the driveway! there. Tulips and hyacinthines. Forty-tour bank women officers between size car that combines small car
watching Tina when someone forsyhla, and bridal wreath. and guests attended the 4: lgy 1' handling oomph with big car comfort Order
came along we nlwavs chat We miss those spring flowers! quarterly! luncheon and business '' a t to your liking in sedan coupe station wagon
with and we said "hello." Ho here! so we know how she feelsat meeting of the Gulf Central \ + and convertible body styles. Eleven different
the! siffht of them. She also Group of National Association rk I models that you can equip with just about
-- ---- tells us people are coming of Bank Women in Tampa w any extra-cost option you can imagine. No
for an ; ;1 from all over the area to pick on May 9. place to go this summer T Get a new lIeyou'll
I enjoyable "1u hrnom.=. We sure hope they The program, following the I think of something.
: ,O 'now what they are gathering. Business meeting and luncheon'! e' l
f 4. i Eto1omy-Chevy II-the that takes to
day of -o- included a film "The Voice of 'I ear
Captain and Helen! Jones Your Business" with commentary .E< j t4 inexpensive vacations naturally. It Just! goes
TRY from Playmore dropped hi to by Mrs. Carol J. Bower -- -Tr and goes and where it stops nobody; knows
SARASOTAGOLF 1 see the A. M. Halls on Wash. public relations representativeof a But for all its thrift, it's anything i but
ington Street! to tell them they General! Telephone Co. k a under-furnished. Did you know that'the
CLU3: had another grandchild. Their Area members attending l .rl7 0 I Super Sport Coupe has bncket seats and

DAILY GREEN QO ft daughter is now living in were! Mrs. Mary M. Eddy vice-! h I ''" 1 1 lt; \ 1 I iii door-to-door carpeting? Eight models to
FEES .\1 O Gainesville. president; Mrs. Alice B. Lunv t. 1 4 t, pick from, including wagons with room to

Just Off Be* Ridq. Rd. -0- ley. assistant vice-presldemt\ v swallow up an eight-foot Christmas.tree..
South of Sarasota Mrs G M. Irving of McCall and Mrs. Grizilda A Payne!,, 'a 7 (Plan ahead, we always say.)
Street left this week for her assistant cashier of Venice. h 4 ti "yon Fun-Then there's Corvair. The fun one"
home in Hendersonville!, N. C. Nokomis Bank
I 4 j if t'4 with the engine in the rear for unbeliev
3 4 t able traction. Spring( mud, summer sand,
? ; ..., I d'' winter You'lleven
i} snow-nothing stops it.
'- ..." t ) k think they're now paving highways
I' {e} ti ., with adhesive tape the way Conrairs
YOU CAN'T GO '' cling to them.Corvette. .

tr The enthusiast' ear
(r 1\\ WRONGwith d I'' t Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Convertible.
4 J Still
4 kJ i America' only true sports ears
"' q Pick either and find it does
n 1 r. one you'll
;tip p for your driving what holidays do

fl r 9 a ,a for kids.
} -. : al Performance : W ? 4- 3.a---- -- Chevrolet you choose, you can get the
... '; r standard engine for all the power you
I need in everyday come-and-go
A' driving. Or you can pick from a
Your Republican Candidate For 'e :A' wide, wide range of extra-cost

engines for maximum performance.

SARASOTA Either way, whether you've got
II this
some place special to go
summer or not when you trade for1o
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,'c I f' one of Chevro et'. five great highway

t performers-you'll travel!

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District # 5





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r THE COUNTY EQUALLY; NOT ONE AT THE EXPENSE __ _.______............___._.._......Super..! ...Sport.....,Coupe.,_Chevelle, Malibu Super Sport Chevrolet Impala.*._ Super__Sport., ,.

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