Venice gondolier
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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 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: UF00079934:00200
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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SUNDAY, MAY 24 12:28: am 1:01: am
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Serving the Faded Growing Area on lonoVi West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East Englewood, North Port Charlotte

NO. 40 16 PAGES

? 1 if GRADUATION The GONDOLIER ISSUE of Monday 'Committee Of 1 00' I

:sr June I, will be 1964

) lt Venice High School gradu-
I ation Issue There will be a .
two-page layout of photos of
\ all the 150-odd members of
I I the graduation class published For South County

'< .. with the compliments

,1f ? I and best. wishes of this newspaper -

1 ggt I
The South County Committeeof in the formative stage and for and zoning present and future out it was stressed by a.

Wiley Bows Out; 100 Inc. has been charteredby which a broad and definite program road developments and any spokesman that its aim is to
the secretary of state by a will be announced short- other activities that might acquire active representationin
group whose aim is the orderly benefit the general welfare and every community in South

Not To SeekReappointment planning and economic development ly."The scope of the corporation economic development of South County.

of the area. 's activities and program," Sarasota County These he added, I include Venice
Eleven area businessmen ob- the charter petition said, "will Entire Area Englewood, North Port
I tained the charter for the organization include, but not be limited to. Although the Committee'splans Charlotte Nokomis, Laurel,
which presently Is those in the field of planning have yet to be worked Osprey and South Venice

A spokesman said the non-
The announcement of Dr. profit committee would not encroach

Russell Wiley that he would upon the activities of
existing organizations such as
not seek reappointment as
the Venice Area Chamber of
Sarasota County school super- Commerce, the Englewood
.* IT ROOSEVELT and his wife were committeeman post. Shown here are, left to intendent raised widespread Chamber of Commerce, the

Itr.' it Venice Airport yesterday when right. Lloyd Murphy A Bradford Smith, speculation in South County to. Sarasota County Chamber of

E 'd for a quick visit in behalf of his Mrs Roosevelt Mr Roosevelt, Philip D. day over his successor Wiley's Commerce and the Light Industries

i :n for Florida national Democratic Payne, Wally Phillips and Charles Wynne. contract expires in June, 1965. Council of Sarasota
t County.
The announcement came asa t
Interim officers of the Com
surprise even to membersof mittee are George M. Edmond-

\oosevelt Campaignsor the school board who met son, president of the the Ed-

Tuesday with Dr. Wiley present (iJi mondson Co., president; William

There was no indicationat R. Littrell, vice-president,
Littrell Concrete Co, vice'pi'!s-
that he
this plannedhis
meeting I ident; J. Howard Vaughn president -

Democratic Post announcement, made laterin Venice-Nokomis Bank,
the day 1 / secretary; and George E.

Board Member Ron Britton n i rw i Youngberg Sr? chairman of
g (% I'L the board of the First National
said the county could depend
}, 'I t r'"sevelt made a fly Florida Democrats will elect formerly of Venice and 'now of the board to search dil Bank of Venice, treasurer
I upon
Those the charter
: Venice yesterday in one national committeeman Ft. Myers: Phil Payne Charles ) iJ'i.'s signing/ petition -
ligently for the right man for in addition to the officers
h'i canl,dvcy I for ,and, one committeewoman in Wynne, Wally Phillips and rh
Notional the May 23 balloting. Lloyd Murphy the job : included Edward J. Ewing,

1 Florida. Roosevelt was greeted at the i He expressed surprise at the Contributed Much' fi JCOMMITTEE Mission Valley Estates;

of the late commit-I airport Attorney A. Brad- size and well.kept condition of Britton said Dr. Wiley, who __ __ __ ____._ George F. Gibbs Jr.. Tarpon
son by ---- ---- -- ----- -- Center, State Senator WarrenS
is T ire Patty ford Smith, Berry C. Williams, the Venice Airport and refer- has been the center of contra (Coftdoibr photo "br Bob Obmifcrf Henderson Joseph A. Ryan,

-e Min, ipal the Very Rev Sydney J. red to it as a tremendous asset versy and target of criticism I OF 100 to promote planningand Wlmmers Seated: George M. Edmondson, Interim district manager; Florida Pow.er .

;.ct:...'oBam. and went to Browne and Mrs.-BrowneHanson-- to the Venice area especially from South County, economic development of all South County president; William R. Littrell vice. & Light Co.; H N. (Bud)

,3 Wharf whore hei had "contributed much to the is being organized by a group of which the president, and Joseph A, Ryan Members of Wimmers, Realtor, Rice W.
i, J !f talk to assembled above are members. Standing left to right: organizing group not shown include George Miller, investment counselor;

AppointedTo Sarasota School system" I State Senator Warren S. Henderson George E. Youngberg Sr., committee treasurer; andJ and Edward D. Ball. editor and
t said some of his. The educational leanings ofa Gibbs Jr., Ed. J. Ewing and H. N (Bud) Howard Vaughn, secretary publisher The GONDOLIER.
'3 nits" for the none successor will depend largely >w
had de
i 'nt" and a 'migrantt election
; t!, added that he is Post Those considered "liberals" May Require Fingerprinting
of 4 million; I people who Hospital have gone along with Dr.

en- d to 'he state on Wiley's views of the educational -
r fi! I will and that he progress. The minority
himself a Floridian' Ronald T. Hanson of Brook- Prior to that he was personnel "conservatives" are hopefulthe

1 I "r the Jobpromised. ings, S. D., has been named director and later administrative picture will be changed by
to be- administrator of Venice Hospital assistant of the Lutheran the voters in this year's election Picketing Law StudiedIndividuals i

T irkin* committee and u to take over on Hospital at Fort Dodge, Iowa, .
i edded that in hiss June 4.Hanson. from June 1955 until January In announcing he would not

''' to Washington he succeeds Kenneth 1957. seek reappointment, Wiley took

his time and en Dahl who resigned recently. In 1955 he graduated from St. notice of criticism of his re picketing con tore In the city also was discussed der consideration for more

V 'v affairs He pres- Hanson has been administrator Olaf College In Northfield, gime."I struction jobs in Venice may by the council at the Rohlwing than a year.
a imn: cement con- of the Brookings Municipal Minn, having majored in ecoCantinued have defended your young be required to register and I suggestion of Harvey Rohl- I I .l The Home Builder presidentsaid

in Mi:imi. Hospital since January 1957 ( on page 2) sters against propaganda," he submit to fingerprinting if t wing, president of the Home sing the principal concern of
said, "I have stood for facts proposed ordinance discussed ., .. the association are the bond

a I and truth Tuesday by the City Council ing requirements and a possible .
'I have fought the innuen- enacted. Increase in the licensing

does and vendettas of small The discussion at the weekly 'Stoppage Ends WorkOn fees. t
people eager for power, keeping informal work session of the ; Guy Curwood Public Works
them off the backs of
council followed a report that Director, supported the pas
school personnel in this coun- of such an ordinance,
pickets at the Venice Junior sage
ty so that the teachers were High School construction project which also would require an
free to teach and the Resumes .
youngsters were distracting motorists Hospital examination for would be con
were so busy learning taking youngsters to school tractors. Further discussionwas
they could not be involved Mayor Smyth D. Brohard tabled for two weeks while
"People must realize that said he had received several council studies the proposed
15,000 youngsters are a captive Work on the new $700,000 structlon project adjacent to ordinance.
complaints and had discussedthe
audience in our public schools matter with Police Chief Venice Hospital addition cameto the present hospital building Chamber Asks Funds

They must be protected" from John Shockey. He said the police a standstill Monday and Workmen were back on the Council also heard a request

mass exploitation. chief reported that the Tuesday in protest over employment job Wednesday morning pending from C. A. (Nick) Keller,
A group of educators from area is closely patrolled before of non-union workerson a settlement of the dispute. executive director of the Venice

Harvard Syracuse and Emory and after school and that no the job by a local contractor Signs carried by the pickets Area Chamber of Commerce
Universities completed a studyof trouble had been experienced. protest that Anderson Electricof for chamber funds to

Sarasota schools last fall. Two Jobs Picketed Members of Local 915, International Venice, which was awardedthe be included in the 1964.65 budget
Their findings set forth in a
Strikers also are picketingthe Brotherhood of subcontract for electrical / now under consideration.
bulky document known as the new $700,000 Venice Hos- Electrical Workers (IBEW), work on the new addition, is Keller submitted a letter ask.
Anderson report, were highly pital addition in protest over with headquarters at St. Petersburg not employing members of ing for financial support on
of the
critical of some phases the hiring of non-union work- picketed the new con- (Continued on Page {) the same basis as this year.

school program men bv one of the subcontractors ,.. Last year the city budgeteda
It said the instructional pro- It is probably the first maximum $5,000, with the
gram lacked the "forward that the amount not
time in the history of Venice proviso
thrust" demanded by the
that two construction jobs have exceed more than one-half of
times even though some prog- been picketed at the same the funds given to the chamberby
noted since the last
ress was the
r county.
v C ; time.
.i previous report. It also decried funds used the
The proposed ordinance requiring City are by
what it described as a virtually
registration and finger chamber for advertising and
.. complete lack of communications while fundsare
'-' --- printing of pickets would help publicity
(Gondolier pkotw b r Bob OWndorf. and poor public rela- Insure that no unauthorized used for operational expenses
tions on the part of the school were manning the This year, the city paid
relaxing as other senior classes for the administration For and brochures and
:iIOR 'SKIP DAY' Venice H'gh' Schoolsduatmg plain Highlightingthe picket Imes it was pointed out. 3 maps
several years have purchased the back cover of
I this past Council turned the matter a
4 ball again
;t class had a chicken barbecue
home annual senior event was a : OVI' to City Attorney M. A. the 1964 Visitors' Guide.
t they gathered at head chef.
with the host as Replat Sought
I'll' Casey Key for a Phones KnockedOut Braswell for study and recommendation '!o
Ipal John Davis on An okay to proceed with the

of swimming, sunning..,--eating-and......Just.-- .. ," ... ,: ,...,,!r .._ I Licensing of general contrac- replattlng of several lots in ,
.: Second Time Blocks 220 and 224 of the Edge-

Y, : 'l .t:! I \',; wood section was asked by C.
.iI ;'. : It" '" Driver's License C. (Chips) Johnson local real
it. ', ", ".<, Within Month estate broker. representing

....' :. .., : '\ "'''. ", Summer ScheduleThe Stewart Pendleton, owner of
.If-- > \ ,' -''IIJ'' .... Telephone service between the property Johnson said the
schedule Issuance
\.5 -
,. ,I .- ..,} J Venice and Sarasota was summer replatting would increase the
'. and renewal of driver'slicenses
1 e (' J knocked out yesterday for the size of the lots from a minl-
at the Venice City Hall

.. .." ..... ..I/-: ,,;;J. -.: second month by time heavy within equipment the past has been announced by the office (Continued---from.- Page 1)i i
of of County Judge John Gra-
.. the fourlamng
working on
j1 pIC: 9b. ham.
stn,,is ; : U. S. 41.Yesterday's.
.... .1 disruption occurred South County service duringthe High Low Rain I i
., r-" ..... '. when 30 feet of cable summer months from May 87 87
.... "tL... May 13 -
will cut
\ ., [; was torn up at 9 am Telephone through September May 14 84 12 .05 j
... It [C. ... 1 emergency crews wentto back to twice a month from -- -.-- May 15 89 67 I
.' ., -.;;::! 1"1 work immediately and hoped the once-a-week service offered CONSTRUCTION HALTED for two days this week on the new May 18 89 87 .07 II i.
lo -' winter
to have Venice Hospital addition as union members of Local May 17 88 66 ,
: .. I" .. the afternoon.The The summer schedule fol- $700,000 18 89 66 I
.... International Brotherhood of Electrical WorkerSTlcketed ; ) May -
915, '
... .... break was on lows: I
-. :. previous of non union work May 19 88 65 -
when service was dis- May 25, June 8-22. July 13.27Aug the job in protest over the employment I
April 27 Rain month 1.03.
: : .... 1024 Sept. 1128. ers by Anderson Electric of Venice. (See story, page 2). tal ,
"t> V.--.: -.. .' -- ,, :.T---- rupted for three how, ,


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Lot Clearing Sbvved I OBITUARIES Wynn-Warren's Bid I Big Scout Show Opens Tomorrow- -;.. I

O. GRANT McKEOUGH brother, Vincent N and Rob Scouts from South Countywill I Indian dancing
I ert E., of Alton 111., and three be among the 1,000 Cube the Pinewood DerbynW o11t!
G. Grant McKeough 66, of granddaughters. WorkA Scouts and Explorers particl- South County

Pending Court Action Casey Chatham Key Ontario died ,at Canada his Casey, and Funeral ervlce. will b. held Low On SV Street show paling tomorrow In the area's and Saturday biggest paling Venice, Englewood with members sfto, '
home today at 1 p m. Farley North
Key Monday.
Fair '
Funeral Home with the Rev at the Sarasota County Charlotte, will bt /
He low bid of $23,848.78 was were for paving and drainageon Pack
was born In Chatham and Mile DePafter officiating. Grounds.The Grace Methodist Chun*v"
Sarasota County has slowed arty owners from obstructingwork has continued to live there, Burial will be in Doylestown submitted by Wynn-Warren Pompano Drive The and firm'sbid drainage 'I 80 packs, troops and 157, Venice-NokomiTp' ;,,Pac!
down enforcement of its cantrovenlal under the act. making Casey Key his winter Cemetery Doylestown Pa. Construction Co. of Venice yesterday on Valencia. unit will present JO booth terian Church; Air l
for Pompanoand
lot clearing .ct. Pending a court decision upholding home for the past 17 year. for street work In South was$10,07293 for Valencia. I demonstration( Including Cub 121, Benevolent and .
; which faces a court challenge or invalidating the act He was a member of Christ Venice. The commission submitted crafts. collection, nature, etc., Order of Elks. Prol'cUyt
j of its constitutionality. of lot. Church in Chatham and St.Mark' PICKETING ENDS b. Scout demonstrations -
the will
it appeared clearing and there
for _...
The bid received by the the bids to committee _._._
Kenneth Brumbaugh county would be at a standstill. Episcopal Church. of the use of first
Sarasota Commission
of Among his social and organizational (Continued from pare 1) County recommendation. safety fingerprinting '
\ supervisor regulatory services "I don see how 1 can spenda aid. photography ALLEN
I 1 said Monday he had affiliations was his end the like.
lot of the county' money for
IBEW Local 911 on the job. Convalescent
eliminated from his payroll an something that may prove to membership in Venice Yacht Christopher Magee hospital Hospital Report COUNCIL STUDIES Also Included will be 14 and !

inspector who had been devotIng be unlawful" Brumbaugh said.I ClubSurvivors. board president said the board AnMlTTANCCSMar (Continued from page 1) camping display. a monkey Nursing Horne '
full time to the program. Include his widow had no official comment on the III Warn r...... North Port bridge, signal, tower all typesof 24 Hour Hunin9 SItY/c/ I IPbone
added that inspections Mrs Sewell McKeough; two ",..totf.t Eva Shearman, Nokomlt i iAnna feet
Brumbaugh work stoppage "In fact" Ma mum SO feet to 69 1 survival skill, along with Vnlce .11&.1711 I
r Ua. Vantrel Dora BrhlrmorVanlnai
on complaints "will HANSON NAMED sons. W Stewart McKeoughand gee said Tuesday "w* haven't / u.... A. ..... Nokejntel A4t. The realtor was encouragedby Cub astroiuuts. clown, Scout sn PoNce Dl. .LEON 'VL
be made as we can get to W. Darcy McKeough of rlanna Vandtr Wtal. South van1.l" I, council to proceed with theplans --" -
had a meeting. :::::::
Chatham ; a daughter Ann Mc- All. Cribbf. Nohomlai Gary Road Van.Mir ::.
them. .. for formal approval by
: (Continued from page 1)) I. I
i The first challenge to the recently Keough of Sarasota; five However, Ralph Anderson M., ter C4I'I 1100""" V.nka Men I council at the next regular
of the electricAl _
contracting V..IM.
owner F. Andy
nomics and grandchildren and one great
''I enacted lot clearing act psychology. firm against which the tar E.. Sdiaa" <(.., Venletl' Paul meeting
came in April when Robert He I.i 34 year old. is married grandchild Jordan Nokomla.Mar Council asked by the
Memorial service were held union is picketing, had this to 1(1 Mithale, R... Vanloel' Edward. was
Mahon of Venice filed trespass and has four children. at St Mark's Episcopal Church say shortly before noon Tuesday 1\1\ _._. Venlecj Frmnom lA' ""."., Venice-NokorrUs Outboard Clubto
) charge against a bulldozer He member of the Amer- v. maintenance of thlbo.t
is a i Tuesday morning! with The : Mar III Jarvla H..d_.. V..I.., assume
operator who attempted to of Administrators Edna ., slip and
icon College Hospital Malta. Nokomln Samnol R..m.PloeHI. launching ramp
Rev Donls Dean Patterson of. "As far I
clear lots owned by Aero Inc. and at present is as can sea now" ., La Nn .Sekafar. Vanlcal.. Baalrlea constructed by the club on city
'iclating and further services the pickets are there illegally LIt Knitown I Marc Jo Pabtkon.
in Golden Beach Subdivision of the South Dakota .,., several
president will be tomorrow at Christ Anderson asserted that the v. Babr Girl PatUioa, Vanlea property years ago.
No 2. Mahon is vicepresidentof Hospital Assn, and a memberrf Mahal Cornwall. Vanlea.Mar Curwood said the city has been
Church in Chatham with Canon union had served no notice on 111 a.,. Ann ........ Nokomlal'
Aero. Joint Blue Cross Advis- _..... .. maintaining the and
the Jones officiating Burial will him or the general contractor PWI.B I 8 North Port ('h..I0. facility
Some lot owners In South ory Council for South Dakota Halan. N. Marar, Nokomtal.. Pkranea. B. will continue to do so, W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICET '
I 1
22 J
be !In Maple Leaf Cemetery Moore Construction Co. of St. B..... Vmi.l, l Mo.. MMI.rd. Cnilaronfl -
Venice also have voiced objection and Iowa. He la a member of there. 'etersburg- R.n C. 0..,.. Nohomli/ ) LmnWlllla A request by the Venice High I
the Brookings Chamber of Vagleal. Babr Girl Book., Motto.
to the act.Following Farley Funeral Home was In School Key Club for use of the
Mahon action the Commerce and Junior Chamber charge of local arrangements "I haven't any idea what the al.My. "l MlllaH Boatwrliht 0.._. Civic Center for a fish fry on
of! Commerce, is secretary- complaint is" said Anderson Rarrp L. K.l. V...,... Wol'. Jorge, May 29 was referred back to
It Must Be Earned
Sarasota County Commission .
iflawaodl JuanHa Burdina. VanlealWrtb
"except what's the board-
of the Brookings on
authorized County! Attorney treasurer A'-'' P1.n.kueh.. v./d. : u.1. L the club with a suggestion that
Richard Nelson to take Rotary Club and is a memberof :MRS. Rl'TIIIRESE RIEKE that I'm not hiring union help Noaomtol ...., H. HI... NoVo., either the beach or the youth

Pr. Chanter Sontbwkb.
mtoi Venloi!
And he went on to state he had
legal steps to enjoin prop. the Brookings Elks Club Mrs Ruth Irene Rieke, 61, of received no notice or list of John W. *..hl.. Vralca.DiacBARGES. center might be used. It was
330 Co,'les St. died explained that the Civic Cen- Membership In the Order of the GoUa
Englewood complaints from IBEW Local Mp Is William/ Adrian, VanleeI' JaWan .
Monday at Venice Hospital.She : Bni.tla, Knvlawood I Xorlt) Grarn, ter already 1* booked for that Rule Is not based chance but
913 headquarter En.,..."" I William, PMna, Enilraoodl.. date. on on merit,
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES born In ....rl. JUIttr Vmlcal. Marc Wllllimi/
was W have met the Order's
"Mv men," Anderson declared ..iloai Maurlo WI__ Vnloa, Also on the Informal agenda requirements

I I EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY area, Fa from, and Cincinnati came to Ohio this "are ready willing] and rem Mr Ol'dlelr.I" H.re V..I._, ..11&. V..k...... P..k.. AIoo Tuesday was a request from and ere proud to be a member
able to work when the Job requires aril V..I., II.. R'd.' ...... Enrka.dlOlrd : : the new Kash'n'Karry store
TRADITIONAL four years ago. She was activeIn that they do so." He St.opb... V..lcel Iwaa 11'- for transfer of the beer and
Hyde Park Church Ilne. V......
__ let us tryl your favorite vn there. further declared that his agree Mar lit .. .. V. Had Vtnloa! En wine license from the former
beautiful ment with the general contractor Mao,. VrnlMi, William Pratlwr. Indiana owners of th. Breeaewaymarket.
or ceramic Into lamp Survivors Include her husband ) Dora Sdilmar. Vtnlca' Chrritallarlum .
does not the hiringof
c specify V.",., Gary Had Vtnica.
1 Rewiring; ; Rertyfinj Elmer J. Rieke; two union labor.Andenon Mar II, Garald ColUni. rnflrwoodi' Tom Slider new city engineer -
All Lamp Repairs sons, William R. Rieke of All. Crlbha,, Nokonlii. Ralph 110"'" and planning director.
went on to that Nokomtai Mlrhaal CsV.lal' Marf
Cleveland acid Robert H. Riekeof Whltaalda' MorUi Port Charlotu.Mar was instructed to check on the
Wok by Esp.4eec.d{ Dsttgnen and Bloomfield Hills Mich.; two terms of that kind "wouldn't ITt Eamnrl Bonmtaln. VmlraiWayna cost of erecting a lifeline at the ,
have been met Pkhar, Nona Port Ch.rkti.iPwl .
Craftsmen sisters Mrs. Gertrude Feathers Jordan. Nokomlal. Kanntth MaDouralL city beach as a handhold for
of Englewood and Mrs "They knew from the start," Enrlairaodl I ., oldsters entering and leavingthe AJ '
:14h I
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I Verna Roberta, also of Englewood the contractor said "that I Warm. Sanaotai Ml...! Bpe..i Manilla| Wla, t, F.undara. Entla.woolt :. water. < __ ) rft...., I R } ;IDJJ
and four grandchildren Intended using my own men on Cntma Wakb (aiplrtdl.', Vraiea, An invitation to attend Memorial
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA Services were conducted yesterday the job and that's just whatI Allen Mar t.Ht.11..rioranea... Vmlrai. Ad..Prliallla.. Vtnlral In., Day services on May 30 J 94 W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGIEWOCOFUNERAL
at Rawles Funeral intend to do" ,kip, Enfkvoodl, Clara Jamah v..- at Veterans Park was extendedto
,I.1 I Ruth Mrke I..plrool). Cnilrwood, ,
Home Chapel
Englewood by r
the and council In
Anderson said he didn't Mlebola Pt... Vanka mayor a :adcllBn/ taU
The Rev. Addison Hardee of letter from the Venice Area
know the union
any reason why
Englewood Methodist Church.
Veterans Council.
chose this week to picket the Births
gOAQe1f gUIlet! 9JorM{ job "It's been almost six Next week's Informal meet 5 a
PATTTAON! Mr. and "Mra.' DonnK A.,
ing was changed from Tuesdayat
VICTOR HVCO TRANSCE weeks sine we did any workon Vanloa. aauthUr. ear Bat, PauUon.. .
the job," he said "and It ban. Mir IT, I:41 nn.BOOK. 3 p.m. to Monday at 2:30 p. HOMEHAYDON
26S Nokomia Ave. Venice Victor Hugo Transue 78, of probably would have been .la, aaiuhtar. Mr..d, Debra Mra.Sua Join Book CXoka., 'ban m. because of the May 26th
174 Morning,, Star Lane Venice three weeks or a month beforewe Mar It, I:ill ..... run-off election.

Bay Trailer Park, died Tuesday would have been required --- _. ..... ....
at his home.A again.
retired school teacher he
was a native of Monroe County Roy Leach chairman of the
Pa., and came her from hospital building committee In
24 Hour Ambulanca Service Phone 488-2291
Hamburg, Pa, three years charge of the new project, estimated -
oar HE RESTORETH MY SOULIn ago.He that work on the addition BURNS
is 40
was a member of Grace approximately percent
the Holy Land, when theep grating was popular each Methodist Church and of La- comp'ete.! He also noted<
sheep had its momenta with its Master.. At least one each fayette Chapter 27, F&AM In that the Job before work stopped ,
d.y the sheep would fall out of the f..din9in./ for these Rahway, N. J. was ahead of schedule and<
moment of inspiration The Shepherd would rub its nose Survivors Include his widow might still be completed on

and affectionately whisper Into its Mrs. After. these moments Mrs. Wilhelmina Transue; a time if a settlement Is reach

of communion the heap would return to the feeding son, Maj. James Donald Tran ed quickly wants to meet YOU !
"j /line. This privilege i It ours. Lets talc time out each day to sue of Somerset N. J.; two Target date for completionof

: spend a few moments with our Master Then w* can truly the 40-bed addition is Deo. I.

':!'i My, "Thy Rod and Thy Staff they comfort me." (Psalm 23:4): ) FOR SALE "You might also mention,"

\ Ovr Services; Art Available To All / said Leach "that we still need
j 4 Bar Stools Natural Rattan, money. He said the current
.1 Financial; ; Circumstances; building fund' drive has raised
30 Inches $5 each
iI high. approximately $ OO.OOO of the
1'fi tloaanM km Indiana a.d Florida PHONE 474-2317 needed funds with another HAYDON BURNS, DYNAMIC CANDIDATE FOR

II $300,000 still to be raised

''I 1 CHEVY H: : by Chevrolet


;'F'!:i' Go on an economy drive this vacationSure

JJ, a Chevy II 'Just about runs on pea sedans wagons and sporty Jobs. One that's
I syd nuts. But this frisky family car will take jure to be priced right for you, too. Because

1J l the whole gang along on any trip And in right now is Trade 'N' Travel
plenty of comfort and a whole lot of style Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. So right

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l, : fortable Body by Fisher plus virtually 1RDE'N'TRAVEL from a new car you'll also make a great FISH FRYSARASOTA

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!'If generator, self-adjusting brakes, long-life TIME Being so practical about a vacation can
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' ''Major/ Error' In WaterworksPlan / __ .w_ ". BE" L'S -


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?br A published report In the sun- sign of the / -
: up to date
,1:1 eoest edition of an area dally The other Street was not discussed by the QMAY'S
!c1 newspaper citing a "major error' "error' II discrepancies. or board except in passing.!
: v in the Venice city waterworks ed in the they were describ The water board chairman
' modernization and expansion volved daily newspaper, in. said the board has taken the SUMMER SPECIALS
the plant YOU MONEY!
0" yard
program Tuesday was termed"preposterous" by where different two lines Installed by its position province that to it discuss I Is not or within de
contractors and
;:: David Hamilton, water board were Intended which cide.
failed to The nut of the -
chairman. match up by differences I problem apparently The Newest
reported of hinges on whether the /
The error Involved from
d the alleged "discovery" that several inches to several contractor or the engineer 1, i SUNBACK
the new well field will not supply feet.All of the errors in at fault for the $12,000 error In
I more than 790 gallons per were described the yard failing to bury the line deep "
I minute while the new plant Is nature, 'Involving as costs minor of from in enough so that it will not be "i NYLONS DRESSES
I disturbed by the dredging of s
designed to handle 1,100 gallons -' $200 to $300 each a4
.. per minute. Hamilton the inland waterway. The error -
- Declared Hamilton, "The of who I Is responsible said the problem for the reportedly was not discovered t 7 Full Fashioned J SPECIAL!
until half the line t
that it Is
Idea a big error Is cost of deepening the new water
necessitating digging it
preposterous Hamilton wenton main under < '
to assert that the wells with el canal right of the way Intracoast-at Turin up and depth.reburying it to the required 349 0
their present pumps are capable 2 PAIR
of supplying adequate ,e.

needs water future.and for those the of cirv'i the Immediate current-Davis Enters Ministry; made / t ''r i 89( 499

"Maybe It would have been A
better," said Hamilton, "if we r 2 shades "
had a crystal ball a flash of To Preach Here
Insight and said let's put In Sunday t) 599Af
turbine pumps" The water j
b ird chairman went on to r .
ex- James # t -. "
Madison Davis, of -- I
pain that turbine Impellers son this community since 1958 t 3.49 llceptlonaCHANGE ;
1 t t be Installed In the presentveils of Mr and Mrs John E. Davis They moved here from Vero DOUBLE BACK Cotton Prints Inappealing nd/ '
Casey Key. who
when the demand neresi chose recently Beach and Mr. John E. Davis OF HSLAWHILE A
ministry in the
Metho has been principal of Venice
i ites at an estimated cost of dist Church for his bt,', work, 7 to 10 styles./
$2,.000 to $4.000.'Ultlmately High School since that time. ,
will n
preach his first <
sermon The Davis family members
we will have to Sunday at Venice Nokomis are all active in Venica-Noko- 47Hygrade -
have something like that or Methodist Church. SLICKS PANTIES : .
said mis Methodist Church and At
drill new wells Hamilton SeertucV.
topic be "Some Sec- John E. Davis has been a
adding that "we're
goingto ers, Woven Sing.
acetate, ;
-- member of the official board
probably change this be-
crone it's a good idea." and the teacher of the Young unusually well mode. hams&.CoHon fdi\
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Adults' Sunday School class for THEY Sirini.
f The matter of the turbine several years ; Usually 59c to 69c.
pumps one or two other
minor discrepencles in the new Jim graduated from Venice
system were explained to High School in 1962. He has recently LAST At 5.99, Cotton
members of the water board finished his Junior Col- and Zantrel'
by> Engineer William Lindh one leg and will begin his pre- Prints. fine
tour of the new plant Mon- theological study, working many
dav afternoon. toward the Bachelor of Arts 00 88 WHITE SHIRTS fabrics. !
3 & 3
degree in September.
Hamilton described the Mon Smart styling (In all
day morning get-together as a k Young Davis has several
"nothing sort of meeting hobbies which Include: ,ma. 1.69 Value' three.. Sizes: 12 to 20, : .
"I don't know how Mayor teur radio; flying (he is a SOME COTTONS SOME BLENDS 1'll UVi to 24V4.
6 to 16
Brohard knew about it," said licensed civilian pilot), skin-
Hamilton adding that he had diving and music. Most Sizes Alterations Free Fabrics In Short Sleeves, Equal Values!
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who, he said rarely attends known to the pastor and the official
water board meetings.The board of his church, Jim Wash & wear.
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on for attending the meeting at Fourth Quarterly Conference of
the Tuesday afternoon Informal Venice Nokomis Methodist A-B-C-D
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W by Tom Slider, new city engineer JAMES MADISON DAVIS the Methodist Church. Foam back far
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the tour was designed to acquaint Florida Southern University, chairman. A covered dish picnic DIAPERS
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-- DOROTHY GAYNOR VHS Music Department Ends f

/ (jottingsBy Women' Editor With Concert Tomorrow

items to /&-061108 Year -

I ,,a I Ir rw'NHaving + The Venice High School Mu- Sleasman. Their numbers will organization new to the achooi
I its be: "National Emblem March"by this year, a stage
changed abodes re- urday. There was a short meetIng sic Department will present band tOQ.
after which enjoyeda annual spring concert in the E. E. Bagley, "Highlightsfrom ducted by Donald Goss
fore guests ThJ
cently and thereby being Pacific" Richard will present
South by two
swim in the pool. In additionto high school gymnasium
ed to beat another path home Rodgers, a clarinet solo by "Valse a la Jazz" numbt"
other In- at 8 and
staff guests p.m. "Th
the ,
ward, we have made some fascinating titled "Cominado" Brush Off" by
will begin with Frances Webinga Dedrick,
out cluded Mrs. Ben R. Crawford The program
discoveries about
and son, Dale] selections by the orchestra under by Endressen, "Sweet The school chorus wlU theq
county, to-wit: there are some the direction of Donald Adeline Rock" arranged by present the last major
mighty pretty untr velle< "AmericanFolk of the POI'tJDtI
"Scenes Zane Van Anken, program.
hereabout and the One of the most enterprisingand Goss They will play
road ( nicest) young fellows! we from the Southwest" by Rhapsody" by Clare Their selections will be "AI.
drives along these roads mornIng "Six Grundman and conducted by mighty God" by
know Is Bob Yerkes. He's always George McKay RobertllOll
and evening are a perfect senior band "Weep Oh ,
Orches- Victor Costello, Willow"
"doing something" to assist Pieces for Younger by wk
delight. No cars Just of Freedom berg
Bela Bartok. member, and "Hosts asolobyBobHenrlquH
and with his college expensesand tras" by
lowers, armadillos, turtles March" by K. L. King. solo by Roy Bernlus
four-footed animals] to keep himself alert and The second group to appear '"
;t tr other band The next of the program Nancy Bradley, ''WonderJ
t Even occasional bull. One learning. This summer he Is a will be the high school portion ,
an Is direction of John will be presented by an Wonderful" tmg by the
other morning, bellman, whatever that under the P*
I t k charged us Irwin Yerkes metto Bugs, a solo by
w his Mrs March,
but turned aside which we appreciated -
Circles Meet Next WeekMay solo by Jenny
1- Goodollw ,..... .b- Dub ObMtdorf. ) no end. He was gone Isn't sure aboard the WSCS and selections by the BroW1\\
which sails the i
South America .
had the air, chord
by evening and we by Mrs T. S. Eddy ensemble.
PARENT-TEACHER ASSN members at VenIce Harvey Rohlwing, a past president, left, and sky, trees and friendly wildlife Five Great Lakes from Duluthto meetings of circles ofWoman's Martha Circle at the home of The finale of
Eicm.n ,ry &.:ool ee-ted officers for Raymond Hill, the new treasurer, look on. to ourselves. Buffalo. He took on the Job Society for Christian Mrs Ruth Bell, Laguna Drive, will combine the prosram
I, the new vice-president, Mrs. May 14 and will return to college Service of Ve'nice-Nokomis the band, orrhi*
1984-83 at t i t st meeting of the e son Not pictured are -oEn Nokomis Acres at 9:30 lIm., tra and chorus
Methodist Church will be on a < ,
Robert Hardee secretary Mrs. George Boyd, from in the fall. Incidentally, pecU| arrangement
Monday and named Ralph Miller third frt m ; route homeward devotions any program by Mrs. -
left, president. He is being congratulated by and historian, Mrs. Lloyd Murphy, Honolulu are Mr. and Mrs. he made the dean's list for the Tuesday with the exception of Alice Rhoadea. Hymn of the of "The Bail,
the Frances V. Circle RepuMjc
outgoing president Dave Goodman while Charles W. Schmuhl of 321 last, half ,of the.. trimester.. Curry Porter Circle at the home of Steffe, arranged bv 'by"
which will meet Monday at 2p.m
which like him,
sounds exacuy
..., Shamrock Blvd. They are
y too. at the home of Mrs E. G. Mrs Floyd Roth of 834 South The public is Invalid A den,.
VES PTA somewhere off the California I -0- Boone on Narvaezi Street. Nokomis Ave., at 9:30 am? tlon of 75 cents for oil i HI JM\
r coast today aboard the Lurline devotions and by Mrs 50 cents for
-0- The lovely party Sam and Mrs. Russell Naramore and program students wu b
Some are proud tobe fatiana McKinney gave for Mrs. Carl Vennerholm will ben Walter Smith. requested.
elected president, others to their son and daughter-in-law, charge of devotions and the
HonorsCouple be named kings, queens and George and' Nanny (Still) Me- program

VIPs of other kinds, but Paul i Kinney from Brussels, Belgium Other meetings will be: & to BEAUTY
Mendelssohn of Venice Gardens last week came Just before the Priscilla Circle at the homeof JJladd
thinks there's nothing like two departed to visit Virginia Mrs. Lawrence Jones, of 401
becoming a seaman appren- and points north before returnIng Orlando St., 8 p.m., devotionsand
tice. He made this in six home. They left their two program by Mrs. Harry
months with the U.S. Naval beautiful children here with Shaw. For a memorable occasion. ,

Reserve, while keeping up with their nurse, who came alongon Ruth Circle at the home of look. your loveliest!
Mr and Mrs. Harvey G. his junior class VHS studies the trip and the three will Irs. H. J. Mayer of 144 Sunset SPECIALREGULAR .a
t I Rohlwing were awarded Par. This summer he will go on a join them In the north before Beach Drive, South Venice at ,
ent-Teacher Assn life memberships two week Mediterranean departure time. The nurse 2 p.m., devotions by Mrs. Mayer $10 COMPLETE
at the final meeting of cruise with the Navy. whose name we did not discover and program by Mrs. Oren Permanent Wave
could teach most
any. Decker. d.
the season for Venice Elementary ] -oA -
something about the art of
School PTA on Monday unique honor was bestowed one Hazel Woodard Circle at the u
evening upon Lt. Col. Karl Standishof canape and hor d'ouvres home of Mrs Frank Ferrer of $7.50We
Elected and Installed as pres- Bayshore Drive this month. making. She made a tray of Pameto Road, Nokomis, at 8p.m.
ident for the 19C4,65 year was H. was elevated to master them for the party and they ., devotions and programby also specialize In hair styling and hair coloring
f Ralph Maier Also elected and Mason; by his father, Lemuel were works of beauty good Mrs. Fred Gorenflo.

Installed to serve with him, W. Standing, past master of too. More about the young Mc. Ethel Blalock Circle at the CENTER BEAUTY SALONVenice
1ai. s ter..1IitL Kinney later she's a famous -
-- ,,, were: Mrs. Robert Hardee, the Rising Star Lodge of home of Mrs Clarence Ford
K industrial artist for of
LIFE MEMBERSHIP in PTA is an honor u_'l-.Jy bestowed"on vice-president; Mrs. George Stoughton, Mass, on, May 5, the three major Finnish one glassworks Colonia Lane, Nokomis, at 8p.m. Shopping Center Ph. 488-J674

Boyd secretary and Raymond 914] Fifty years later, thisMay > devotions and
one person each year in a school group. Monday night Mr program
I Hill, treasurer Rohlwing was 5, he was presented the
and Mrs Harvey Rohlwmg: were both awarded the memberships -' -
I by VES PTA and the new president, Ralph] Maier right: in charge of the installation. Mason's Veterans Medal for
I Is shown admiring with them the scroll they receivedBYRON Dave Goodman, retiring fitly years service by the district Amaranth Plans
president, presided over the deputy grand master and
"'" : : election. his suite at Blue Hill Lodge in WALLETS

I Women DemocratsWill Another ceremony was the Canton, Mass. He went up for Obligation NightMr.
DANCE presentation of bouquets of 1m ceremony of course, and SHAVE KITSFLORSHIEM
STUDIO Hear Talks roses and carnations, by the was entertained at a cocktail and Mrs. Fredus Boda
school and the PTA to Miss party and dinner with old and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borden SHOES
presents By CandidatesA Dellena Jelks who is retiring friends. None of those were will be in charge of Obligation
THIRD DANCE RECITAL however, who were Night and a memorial serviceat
from the staff In June after 24 present SUITS SLACKS
"THE GINGHAM ,,1 special dinner meeting at years of teaching in the area. around in 1914, he said. the meeting of Venetian
Court 39 Order of Amaranth
which Democratic -0-
candidates Principal James Dunnaway
GIRL REVUE" ;; will speak is planned for June presented the roses to her and Teenager Patty Knuckles U tomorrow at Masonic Temple. CABANA SETS

On STAGE At The i iI IS at 7 p.m. at Fisherman's expressed the thank. of the quite a girl. She engineered a A potluck dinner will be served -
at t 30 and the meetIng JEWELRYTOILETRIES
I Wharf. school and the community to birthday party on May 10 for : p m -
GULF THEATRE t Plans for the dinner were her for her service.Entertainment I her father, Jack Knuckles and will be at 8 p.m.
made at the South Sarasota was providedby not even her mother knew Master Masons and all .
Tonight May 21st ;if. County Democratic Women's the school's string instrument bout it. She invited some 75 Amaranth members are invited -

7.30 P.M. ONLY !. Club meeting Monday. Mrs students! under the direction uests, planned the refresh- Mrs. Lyle Walker is royal
a. Mary Taylor and Mrs Mary of Donald Goss ments and entertainment, and matron and Charles Shaw, royal Chose From Our
Adults 75c Children 40c Gibbs will be in charge of The Rohlwings received managed to have her father patron
tickets and Mrs. Gibbs and scrolls and gifts for their ser called away that evening until
Includes Movie Miss Elaine Tempas will be in vices to PTA. the guests assembled. They Does Change Dates BIG GIFT BARSELECTION
NANCY KWAN in"TAMAHINE" charge of decorations. He has served as president had a lot of fun, some of them OCCASION:

I Speakers will! be Glen Phelps, during two terms, and servedon reported, and were astonishedat After Next MeetingFinal
}. .r' Masel Huston and Roy Graves membership, carnival and Patty's ingenuity.
nominating committees and -0- meeting before the
the executive board. He was What nicer gesture could change to summer scheduling
Jf one of the originators of the I there possibly be than the afternoon of Benevolent and Patriotic
I school carnival, worked actively I surprise party Mrs. Order of Does, Drove 141, will
'Ii Trail in the lunchroom for school I Lau Newton of Bayshore Cir.cle be May 28 at 8 p.m. at Elk the( en'5 chDl3
waystreats dinners and helped promote arranged for Mrs. Frank Hall.During
funds for replacing stage I Burton this week? There were June, July and August -

drapes and curtains and shadesfor I 20 guests, a special cake, an Does will meet the second 225 W. Venice Ave
like the cafetorlum. I orchid for the honoree, and a Thursday of each month.
y I ,l you Mrs. Rohlwing has served in gift of money. The occasion IsMra. "hon84881620VEtnCE
I these capacities: Dinner chairman Burton's contemplated The name coffee is said to

: nominating committee, trip to England in June. Shewill I come from the old Ethiopian
"company"i executive board membership, ; return after about a month province of Kaffa where the FLORIDA
carnival, refreshments. home and visit in the Detroit and shrub still grows wild. rim
i I room mother, study group and northern Michigan areas until
I report card committee. all before she returns to Venice -
S (maybe

,'1 British laws permit a car FACT People who know both best
owner to hold the same license Lt. John De Baltz, Venice : men
I number for life. The car dealer squadron commander of Civil
who holds "A 1" refused Air Patrol, entertained Cadet
:: : $50,000 for the number. staff members at his home Sat-

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Miss Kelly( HouseworfhNamed I Three Legion Activities Auxiliary For 159 WeekendThree Schedules I

activities are plannedfor nero
nta/ewse M the American Legion Auxiliary The girls will meet other
f Top DCT StudentsArea No-Vel Unit 159, this unit delegates before attend.
weekend. Ing Girls State at Florida State
Past presidents will meet for University June 12-19.
luncheon today at 12:30: p.m. at At the Auxiliary meeting
employers for whom the home of Mrs. Charles Monday at 8 p.m. at the Le-
A Venice High School Diversified Schneider in Laurel. Mrs. C. N. gion Hall delegates and alter
Cooperative Training students Stevens will be cohostess.On nates will be elected for the

have worked during the school Saturday at 6 p.m. Girls department convention June
't ..ears State Delegates Norma Owen 4-7 in Jacksonville.
year were treated to filet mignon
and Linda Rose Stevenson, Plans will also be made for
"r dinners Tuesday night by their mothers, Girls State joint post and auxiliary officer
the students at their annual Chairman Mrs. Richard Sauer. installation services and a

Bosses Night banquet at Early wine and Mrs. George Kaup, committee appointed for the
Wynn's Steak House. auxiliary president, will go to banquet. Plans will be completed
Sarasota Legion Hall as guestsof for the Memorial Day pa.
The 27 students brought their ..r ur l the Eighth District at a dm- rade.WALTER. t

bosses, heads of 20 firms and _. .
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organizations, and also entertained I

as special guests Principal H.CAIGER.
Mrs. John E. Davis,

Dr. and Mrs. Russell Wiley,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Grams,
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Bellum A f

and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brit- On May 5th Got The Most Votes For

L. Rushing, DCT coordinator
presented awards for
outstanding achievement to and Gary Houseworth. '
Betty Kelly, employed by
p Hough Transportation Inc., Also, Cheryl Hoover, Jim HAV Luncheon 4fi ns"
Hunter, Larry Isgrig, Roy Jim-
and Houseworth
G Gary by South Venice, Esso employed erson, Betty Kelly, Andy Kir- Tickets Go On Sale DIST. 2

.. ... by, Gary Lassen, Linda Mike- i
L..I Co.Guest sell, Robert Mitchem, Jill Tickets for the thirteenth to fulfill
next to
My pledge
speaker was Tom FitzPatrick Y04l a my
:I!: MANY SERVICES rendered classroom bell She is month Nlcol Robert Obendorf, Tom birthday luncheon of the Ven- duties constable with fair-
Jr. Sarasota as
secretary your
: this area was the one Miss after 24 of Saladino, Maureen Sullivan, ice Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers I'
years teaching in Venice-Nokomis
Chamber of Commerce, p nets, honesty, dignity and courage
: Is shown performing when she Fred Van Patten and Don will be available in the
schools. With her are J. B. Roberts .
longtime whose "The Challenge
subject was all
granting to equal
1I 1-- compile the materials which educator in the Walton. lobby of the Venice Hospital i
area, before Venice
of Commencement"Jim
end under .,
treatment protection
of records imbedded in the the two architects Anderson Monday, from 9am, until
and Mrs. Employers are;
Myrtle Hill
cur. Ballard District Seven
the of the 'law. This I

the new Venice Elementary riculum coordinator to South County representative, was master of Auto Parts Co., Archie B. noon. eyes guarantee.
: : The contents included herS ceremonies, introduced t h especial Brown, Surveyors, City of Ven- Mesdames Alexander Hooker K .
and George Grassle will be
ice; Dolt 'n Suds, First Nat-
guests and the
there to make reservations.The WALTER
ional Bank, Gulf Theater,
closing remarks. Gelgley
/ Two Rave the invocation and Bob Hines Auto Body and Radiator luncheon will be held on (PaId PolMcd. A<...ort_ )
Teachers Transportation 11 at Venice Yacht
t Fornal, president, welcomedthe Co.Inc., Johnston's Hough Nokomis Grocery Club. VOTE FOR CAIGER ON MAY 26th RUN-OFF!

guests. The was
response Social hour will start
given by Principal Davis. and KwikChek.Also and luncheon will be at served noon PROVEN ABILITY AS A POLICE OFFICER i

Entertainment was by David Liggett Drug Co., Pub- promptly at 1 p.m. *
Retire In JuneTwo Corbett and Laudon Pitts. Hx Markets, Riehl Printing
; :: DCT students are: Carol An. Co., South Venice Esso, Venice ,Fwspa.a, +ss.eese...._..........r 1 L MIl!
"'"'f derson, Ken Andrews, Jim Dental Laboratory, The GONDOLIER
Venice teachers are put Miss Jelks began teaching at Ballard, Dick Bradway. Roy Venice Nokomis r RUN-OFF PRIMARYVOTE
J ting their chalk and erasers in Nokomis School in 1940 under Carter, Robert Clark Sharon Bank, Venice Standard Oil,
mothballs in June One, Miss Principals Milton Curry, I Curry, Pat Douglas, Bob For. Wolfer Motors and F. W. Wool- MAY 26th a
-.... Dellena Jelks, Is retiring with James Hightower and Homer nal, Carm Gelgley, Jim Hor- worth. '

31 years teaching behind her Mikesell. In 1953 she began I For
and the other, Mrs. Mildred teaching the fifth grade at Ven.
Gordon, with 40 years in the ice Elementary School end has Atkinson Students To DanceIn LENA COLLINS HILL
field taught fourth and fifth grade x
Miss Jelks has taught In the combinations for the past three "
J Venice-Nokomis area since years. His Own ChoreographiesFirst REPUBLICAN CANDIDATEFor
1939 and was honored by presentation She Is a member of numerous ww.w.
," of 31 red roses and a professional organizations For
: bouquet of carnations In series of three student Hill, Catherine Hill, Linda Me-
...:aAoA at the and is one of the nine Sarasota a '
Baldwin and Elizabeth Ballard
ent-Teachers Assn meeting Plans to Rest numbers by Earl Atkinson ,
Retiring after 40 years Monday. A fourth and fifth Sarasota will be at Venice Nancy Ballard, Sandra Simmons
grade teacher there, she has Immediate plans call for "arest" Gardens Recreation Center Carol Fey, Cinda Willis .
) 4-H Members taught most of the Venice pop and she will celebrateher Friday at 8 p.m. and Mary Hawks.
\vo ulation which grew up in this retirement Owner on of a trip 40 to Bayof In Students from all of his Both Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson (School Board)
Fundy. acres
area. classes will participate in all teach the classes and both are
jttend Rally Georgia, she will summer
Mrs Gordon teaches the there and plans "to keep in three recitals. Other appearances former professional dancers.
will be at South Gate They operated the Atkinson
special education classes at
,'j Ronnie Vreeland and touch with children" by teach FOR A CONSERVATIVEIT
Community Club May 29 and School of Dance Arts in Brook
Venice Junior High School.
Clrr\, members of the ing Sunday school
at the Women's Club In Ar. lyn for 20 years before moving IS TIME FOR A CHANGE
II ''I' In'zed Vemce-Noko- She has been here for the Mrs. Gordon has specializedin
'cadia on June 5. to Sarasota three
years ago.
t 4-H Club represented the past four years, having come her field of work with exceptional All Interested persons are Invited VOTE MAY 26th FOR
I He received his training at
4.I I "i''''ip' at the 4-H Rally from a position as principal of students for a number and there will be no admission
I I" ,i II the State AgrlculI a school for delinquent girlsin of years.She charge. After the recitals the Ballet Russe de Monte Car LENA COLLINS HILL School Teacher Legal
lo Ballet Theatre School and
*,,1111r1.I );: in Sarasota. Seattle, Wash., and with 33 ,
and her husband R B. there will be short sessions
Ballet Arts School in New York
fjjn'Commissioner: Masel years prior service in New Gordon, live at 171 Glen Oak of social dancing for teen City. Mrs. Atkinson is a graduate Secretary Business Woman and Mother.Paid .
I.-1n: presented< awards and York schools. Road, Venice Gardens, and agers and adults. of the Vernon and Irene ( Political Advertisement By Lens Collins Hill Campaign Treasurer)
} "t" ram consisted ofh Both Feted to celebrate her retire The will consist of
program .
Castle School.
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< fi .1..1 T l .4r
hions. skits, games, r
Both were honored, with four ment with a trip to Europe this classical and character ballet
ra dancing and a noon other teachers retiring from summer They have an adoptedson numbers, tap and acrobatic
(iheoiK Sarasota schools, at a banquet who is a teacher in New dancing. All numbers were
's Frank Kolsa of Jackson Tuesday night at Colony Beach York.In originated and choreographed r-
M 4-H leader for thisa. Club] on St. Armands Key. expressing her feelings on by Atkinson you mom .
Club membership is op- The Classroom Teachers retirement, she confessed she Taking part from the Venice, np
10! all boys and girls in the i Assn. gave the banquet and has mixed emotions. Englewood and Nokomis areas
la from 10 to 19 years of she Misses Anderson to better I -_
presented corsages gifts of silo "I'll miss my children, will be: Janice
I They are invited to Join ver compotes, and Florida Education said "because I love my Laurie Potter, Deirdre h :
4 may call Mrs. Koisa for Assn. pins to the retirees work." Odom, Vonna Lee Spahr, Jane r.
her information. living. .
'xt meeting will be on May Miss Jelks was a science major -Ie') +: :* *( 10 1
i it 4 30 p.m. at her home when she graduated from ,m
*'f wll be one other meet. Tufts College in Forsyth, Ga.,
More the group disbands and taught sciences for seven GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
the Bummer but members years before she came herewith MILLION '
keep records of their Fair her parents, The Rev end LAST TIMES TODAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE
:sets during the summer Mrs. Hendley F. Jelks of 224 NANCY SWAN FrM" >nd Kutnrd"
1 I.
TO". Mrs. Kolsa said. Pensacola Road. I STRANf.ER" DOLLARRATE

?lirl'e'lt' membership Indud- He came to establish the STAGE SHOW T,St >... -A SUMMER'nd PLACE
puane Curry, Bonnie Vree- Baptist Church here and both
T1'. Debra Banes, Diane Cut. daughters, Dellena and Ruth, SUNDAY' THRU WFDNESnAT /d.rd Mond.7.
and Carol Cutler. taught in the elementary "THE INCREDIBLE "DATS OJF"WINE l mon AND In ROSES'

'jecls are: Raising bees, schools here. Ruth is on leaveof MB. LIMPET"I REDUCTIONfor _
MU. North e U. S. .1
er exploration, livestock absence from her positionat will DON KNOTTS t1 pOI' ..r _
'>b> as rabbits, chickens, cat. Nokomis School. '

pigs. goats and ducks), _. .
H development, food and -. !Lit._ r J_ A8.. "' '" -..- FP&L r I

t lion, vegetable gardening, .

'r'hog e beautification( public speaking electrical, LESLIE C. MILLER CUSTOMERS ) ;, "

[k, safety, forestry, soil and a w
>''' conservation, wildlife Oar new eIecIrlo
Tfrvntion and entomology. late reduction now
makes it a whole lot '

G.O.PI oZ-efec/m cheaper in togo your r .1 i

SARASOTA kitchen,laundry J'

'ourent.1rehome- L'--
than to um a '
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CANDIDATE combination ofoervloes.ElecIrldtT 11

''yI 1 COUNTY costs: so little yet /c ___ '
does so much for
J DISTRICT the enjoyment -I;'

hgtt 4a COMMISSIONEROnly nxxltra 1iybswith aflameless! { electric


flameleM electric range eliminates potAnd with a ..per-fast, super-sab eleo- ,
watching and makes cooking a Joy, not trio water basing you're always awe of
time will fell what Improvement can b. made In Sarasota County
zaN.1T a chore. Keeps your kitchen many degrees plenty of hot water-inatanil7ll'1em! >
Government economically and otherwise. 0 cooler. Walls,ceilings and furnish freefu .free and noiseless tat inoous
I believe, however, much can be accomplished with SINCERE and EXPERIENCED ings stay cleaner longer. It's easier and peace mind.Needs no!flue,so it can be
'I t be upset by careless hand BUSINESS MEN .t the helm. C safer, too..no flames, no fumes, no consafely-tucked away anywhere. Entirely
Our lifters and loaders Many problems face new commission ne>t year that can only b. solved stant-burning pilot light. Get an electric automatic-and beet of all, it eats leas
''Your furniture like theirSafe by men experienced In the necessity of living within our means. MR.BUSINESSMAN range for a happy change! to buy, less to sat

fl and iwift moving erv. You. too take for fa El< can your appliance dbr..mi far ft*rig*$t*
Call In rain or in fair weath I AM QUALIFIED AND AVAILABLE. advantage of the tnd ttfr of Wattr Healer,K..*your drier,plumbing or 1l<<:tri al-'raI w.mlueadelech'lo .

TODAY ...........................?..................................
THINK OF and certainly NOT subject to any small machine or clique. ratal.bigger.bargain. an even In : ENTER PILLSBURY'S GRAND NATIONAL ELECTRIC BAKE Off : '

vote for LESLIE C. MILLER on MAY 26th your budget wlthyour Check :es..saeasss.aaaesea.official entry blanks.eea.s.e.e.seesaa..a.e.s..aee..e available at your favorite grocery storeMOW .:

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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1964Overbrook

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I Gardens News I I NPC ThI:":Olists( -I Craig Rubadoux Venice Power Squadron Has r.SwimlnS7<


A group of ladles represent. her In To Hold ServiceIn work of Craig Rubadoux First Rendezvous Of Season 0

I h. St Raphael' Catholic' ael'. Church representing St. Raph ris and Mr. and Mrs A J. Ringling Museums designer WaterAT
Kroupa with a dinner last Saturday and well known Florida artist,
(parch Overbrook Ger. First rendezvous of the sum. IV"Bob
,I Ii,?, Englewood and Grove Mra. M. T.-0-B evening. the occasion beIng New ChurchNORTH Is now on exhibit In the Art mer for Venice Power Squad and Ann Spaulding arrived -
cw' a '"ndert the Mfh unmin' ralrvlew Dr. hon of 1954 Mr. Govro birthday. Mrs. Gallery of the University of ron was attended by 70 persona by boat with their guests, Warm Mineral
?,,jv!'!''''"'" of the St Augustine< day from a two returned l Mon Govro prepared a delicious Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb Ten Sunday at Bea and Bill. Mrs Brown, Bill and Emma
week '1'1.1;'I dinner Later in the evening PORT CHARLOTTEThe pieces of art featuring heads
Council of Restaurant SI.
noc"san Catholic with frIends Happyland on Vogt.
U',men at Lido Beach and Az. C. Mias In Wanhington D. Mr and Mr.. Edward Smith of first services In' the new and figures done in oil and pencil eats Key.Twenty. Among those arriving by car Springs
Elizabeth and oil will
> Morris be
Ilr i Swaney of washington guests for cake and ice cream. glass until Jan 1. The exhibition Prindiville Mr. and Mrs. 12 Miles South *
,' \ Tuesdiv Me and.... Wednesday returned with Mr.. Bohon Before the cake was served, North Port Charlotte will be was organized by Nor Rendezvous committee chairmen my George French; and Mr and On US 41ELEcTthcA
were arnes and -
Tray A S. Thomas were house u ". of Mr. Mrs Govro had put candles on held at 9:43 a.m. Sunday. man A. Geske, art director at were. Walter Mannerly, Mrs. Francis Lupsha
I 'monds and
f Trowbridge, Mrs. Bohon until Saturday the cake and of the University. Fred Stranuner and J. Cline
course The
every. of
congregation ,
Taylor JS-VIM Mrs Trinity
5 TI McNeil Bohon
and Davison
Miss Morris one Although only twenty-seven,
sang the birthday .
H.hlen Tremor John Brejark: have been friend. since they Mr. Govro being 39 he song blew organized on Nov. 17, 1962,, Rubadoux i. a veteran art ex Among the boats and their
,*in Young John Berry EI. were high school students In hi. candles out with little cf. broke ground for Its new build hibitor. parties were:
,- r Taetz Henrv Woelpper Washington Mrs. Bohon re- fort big on Wesley Lane last Nov. Following the Nebraska "Grace II': Walter and [
p e :er Mashke. William R. ports the his
weather was very -0- 17 and laid the cornerstone on show work will be seen at Grace Mmnerly with guests I
n :el Bruce Caldwell, Jame.mean nasty, rainy and cold while she The the Gladstone Gallery in Wood- Bill
and Marie Graham
I second "Car.olyn"
primaries are Feb. 9 of this For the ;
Merten Kluge. Donald was there and she was very year. slock, New York, starting on Dr.
coming and : and Carolyn
Karris James Padavano and happy to be back home In Flor- Important.up Eligible are voters very pant two year. services have Au,. 1.Library. Thompson with/ Stanley, CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCELIGHTING
.'ntm O'Donovon.During been held In the Community
ida.o should make every effort to go Morton and Barbara Louise;
the three
days there to the Center Gormox Fredu. and I:
poll and vote as this pri : May SUPPLIES
were 47 Cler y. 70 Delegates cek Mr of and Mrs. Joseph Macha mary will accomplish lot The Rev. Fred L. Martin, Board me Boda: Neatly": Elliott ,
Board Venlsota
and 38 members present Road were dinner toward the November election. and Nita Paul and Earl, Katy
Almost 500 members at guests of Mr and Mrs. A. Sarasota District Superintendent and Dick Paul ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.
lair attended every day The J. Kroupa on Neptune Drive for the Methodist Church, I ,
With Mr. and
Hears Mrs Ernie
j Rt Rev Monslrmor! George W. last Wednesday evening will assist the pastor, the Rev ReportThe Peters of the Sarasota Squadron Bat & Cockrill Streets Phone 488-4794
c..'"'mlnlfl was In Venice hos- Morris NamedTo Alva A Soldner, In Sunday's Jean and Harold I -
were -- -
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'' "] for observation at the Mrs Otto Muller services There also board of i
pi entertained will be a director. of the Stoltzner, and with Cecil Knerr I
line: but was released in time with a dessert bridge foursome dedication of memorials and Venice Area Friends of the Library In his boat, "Sara.L," were !
to attend the convention on Tuesday at her home at 1345 InstituteJ. gifts to the church and the re held its regular meeting Mr. and Mrs. Halph Cox I
Wr'lesday evening. One of the De Prle Road. Those present ceptlon of new members into yesterday at the Community Comdr Larry Taylor broughthis
I .""ny dignitaries Will Arch were Mrs Charles Bernhardt, the congregation Room of the Sarasota Federal wife. Susie, and Lieu! Now we have the finest
hl'i "o Josenh P. Hurley, Bishop Mrs. George Griffith, Mrs. Herschel Morris of the The Trinity choir, directedby Savings and Loan Assn Comdr Chuck and Glilys Za-
of St. Augustine who celebrated Laurence Codner and the hostess Venice Inc has> Area been Board of Realtors, the organist, Mrs. Robert The board la expected to hold briskie, in his boat, Egret precision quality stainless steel
the Solemn Pontifical Mrs. Muller appointed local C. Orr Jr., will present spec another of its twice-monthly II."
Maw at St. Martha Church In -0- Representative I Institute of of the National ial musical program. meetings on June 3. According Mr. and Mrs Fred Rohrs razor blade.
I Surarota on Tuesday mornin*. The Rev Charles E. Cuth- Real Estate Brokers The pastor will speak on to the latest report of the librarian with Mr. aand Mrs Robert
Mrs. Elmer Taetz from St. bertson, pastor of North Port "The Meaning of the Church." the Venice Library, Swalm also came by boat the .
Raphael's was parllamentar- Charlotte Baptist Church, has The institute made up of presently located at the Women name of which we do not have. !
Ian of the diocesan officers been delivering his sermons 17.000 Realtors is the largest 's Club Building at 200 Harbor In the "Beachcomber" were t'LimitedsDpply.
Mrs John Brejack president the past three weeks on the affiliate of the National Men Drive, continues to effectively Dr. Fred and Jean Strammer '
| 01( st. Raphael'. Alter Society, "Lord'. Prayer" Mr and Mrs. as of Real its main Estate objective Boaras:educationof and has Legion Membership I serve the residents of the and their children Fred Jr. and I
; wu the delegate with Mrs William Burchett on Neptune Venice Area. Eric. With them were Roy and
I.Tnul! Young, alternate Mr.. Drive have been attending public its better.members Its to serve the Is Highest Ever A total of 11,780 adult and Jan Dean with their children, Dick & Meadows Pharmacy i
these services headquartersare juvenile book. have
Eimer Taet was general and last Sunday been circulated Jeff and Leslie
chairman of the entire decoratons they had the pleasure of hear. in Chicago. No<<-Vel Post 159 closed the since the beginning of In a brand new boat not yet I
ing their One of Morris' duties will be year with 337 members, the the The 231 W. Venice Ave Ph. 488 6776
for the convention with son Johnny sing the year public library christened, came Herb and
Mrs John Young assisting "Lord'. Prayer" as a solo to stimulate panel discussionson highest membership In the history collection row numbers 878 Kay Thorp Venice Medical Center. Ph. 488.3985 I

Mrs Donald Weeks was In Johnny manages a record shop brokerage problems at real of the post. books Any resident in the Ven Samuel and Carter Roth
I charge of favors of which she I In the Calhoun Center In Englewood estate board meetings and dur New officers are: Clarence ice area Is welcome to register came in their boat namedIttledo'
J was so graciously given ing the state conventions Kirchway, commander; Wag as a borrower in the Venice and Lois and Louis ,c1';' ,
J through the courtesy of the -0- Through such discussions, I ner Eskelinen, a senior vice. Public Library.. A Story Hour Meinhold had as their guests
1| business people tn Englewood Mr. and Mr.. A W Sparks Realtors are kept up-to-date on commander John Retty 'Junior for children to be held in early Ethel, Molly and George
new and methods in the vice-commander Mel Rebber,
Airs! Joseph Machacek and from Arlington, V.., who planto proven ; summer Is now being planned. Spender on their boat "Louis
way of realty advertising, financing finance officer; Sidney Raff
Mrs A J. Kroupa made cor live here in the near future
and taxation. They are ner, adjutant; Paul Sanders,
sages of mums, carnations and were here last Friday lookingover thus better able to serve the sergeant at arms; H. Q.
) Iris which were presented to their property. They stopped public in home buying and other Thompson, chaplain; Jack Four Winds' Unique
the officers on Wednesday eve. for a brief visit with Mr.
investments historian
realty Marshall Ralph
,! r.n. *. Mrs Elmer Teat wishes and Mrs L O Gillette on Bay Morris is connected with Breeden, Judge advocate and AMERICANACRUISE
i to thank everyone who helped shore Drive before returning Frank C. Raeburn's firm In E B Gresham, service officer
. home.
Venice. He currently is serving Members of the executive
A group of friends and neigh- l his third year as secretary board are Ralph Breedon, William .
GOOD BUY bore gathered at the home of of the Venice Area Board of Elchelberger William
Mr. and Mrs James Walsh at Realtors. Hale and Robert Sanborn Around the U.S.A. and MexicoFROM
1941 Fairview Drive last Fri[ --

day evening. Mr and Mrs NEW YORK 23.day tour by Chartered Air,
souls lAAs4ina. Bailey Jones were the honored Conditioned Pullmans Same luxury train all/ the
quests The group extended a way; no changes en route. Stay at famous hotels
' "welcome" to Mr and Mrs. 50% OFFOn In major cities. S escorted departures. :: Juna 6, ra
1 7 Jones who have recently moved July,August,29 September
'NSURANC! into our community and are from$1095! Alt/.in duane.
iving on St Clair Road Those
All New Radiators
present were Mr and Mrs SEE AMERICA.
Joseph Robbing Mr and Mrs. THE PERFECT
GOOD GUY A. J. Masin, Mr and Mrs WAY In Florida.
Horace rider. Mr and Mrs. COMPLETE Adams 10,000 MILES OF ADVENTURE!
Robert Karnahafl, Mr and Ni.Orlcint Visit 27 major cities and attractions;; exciting
Urs. Frank Noble, Mr and tin Antonio days 'In Mexico and 6 In California 10 night after a swim beer is a natural
Mrs Howard VanHern, Mr.. RADIATOR SERVICEWe The Alinw in luxury hotels, most imals' sightseeing ,
Hugo Fischer, Mr. Fred Crom Lends parties, fitttas, Included In low $1095 tare
......)[1 well and the host and hostess, Solder Bad Flush Clean, M..leo City FMtlva cruise atmosphire all the way. N.Y. On i hot summer day a dip In a cool stream can be wonderfully A
Recore, Rejection, Repair, ,
Hr. and Mrs. James Walsh. World's Fair extension available refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards
Refreshments of cookies and Rod-out Boil.out Radiators of all I lei. co
1 served and J uarae Convenient connections from FLORIDA with friends is a hearty glass of beer.There s hardly another beverage
much coffee were Mr and Mrs.very WORK DONE BY A SKILLED RADIATOR El PassPhganix around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer

, 'fOI Auto LIFE t FIRE INSURANCE Jones enjoyed.are former residents of TECHNICIAN WITH 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE, --Mnesao- :::::::;;::;: Camping; ,hiking or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to
90 Beverly Circle in Englewood i M Anstlnnylind M 11II raw wow. "'...1....stnrata". awtaab. each just the right touch of extra good living.

Hugh G. McPherson and were well acquainted with Venice Tire osaYaamit.. VENICE TRAVEL Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that
almost all present, since he is y FnnetetidCinyon [ we live In a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjor
253 S. Tamiaml Trail a building contractor he has :: BUREAU beer and ale, if we so desire,is just one but an important one,of

Ph. 488-6567 built erbrook many Gardens.homes here In Ov I(it/ & Radiator Vo.1 Dtnvtr Caorada.pnngf JI4 Venice Ave. West those personal freedoms.

P511011STATE Ave. Chicago In Florida..beer with fun with relaxation
313 Tampa Getty'burs Venice Florida Ph. 488.2238 goes ,
FARM of ,
Mr and Mrs Alfred Govro @
fn.urlnce Companies Overbrook Road entertained Ph. 488-1259 Naa York 1 I UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.
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I ,f /Kiwanis; Leads GLL Senior Division; II FIRST FEDERAL FIRST AGAIN 11

White Sox Tops In Farm Team Play


Kiwanis took over sole poepeseion ed exceptionally well allowing with two hits apiec 3F

of first place in the senior their opponents 'ive hits Venice Elks came ap with

division of Gulf Little Lea- apiece. Dalton registered eight their best effort of the year In The StandingsFARM

gue by edging First National strikeouts and walked three. downing Osprey Merchants
i Bank, 4-3 Tuesday night at 64. Fred Brown had a no-hit
the municipal field Graff fanned four and walked ter going for the Elks until the SYSTEM

1 After Klwanis! had gained a a like number. final inning wher. the Merchants WIlli. ... _.___ _. a a eY.ii
4-1 lead in the top of the fourth First baseman Tolly Eowle got to him for three hits ____ 1 I 1Pent.
Gordon _._ _._._ .. ...
and second baseman and their total prodUt'tion.Tommy 4 4 eaww
inning, the Bank nine rallied run __ I. rDde. tr
far a pair of runs in the bot- Struble led the Kiwanis attack Smith led the winners .... I 1 I
with two hits apiece. Routes with two singles in four Indl.s.' .. I I 1
tom of the fourth and then and 11'........., R..du
loaded the bans with none out had a double and single times at bat.Pitching n.req 1, White ant a.rkdam .
Struble's were both one-bag t. Pi'... I.YonkI.dl. .
In the bottom of the seventh the 5-0 shutout for ... rind ...1. WIQ not
end final frame. gers. Rotary over Ve-No Bank was I. .i.,... unisl n.dd. to _"" ..
Graff hit two singles in three left-hander Mike I.t Mir wi...,.
Hulsbeck. He
Dalton worked
Lefty Steve 8>l.rd.r'l RMtaPlrafa
times at bat for the BankersIn was touched for six hits but 14, Indium 11.
his way out of the jam to pre Tuesday's Sarasota Whlu Sol I, Y..k_ T.
nightcap! -
I with base.
was tough men on
u serve the one-run lead and Dodrwv 14, 0,.,.p t.
I Federal beat Osprey 13-8, He racked up nine strikeouts 8.Urd..,'. Srhedita. .
: move his team into a one- !in a real slugfest. A six-hit attack and walked only two. Dod._.. ... WhIM/ em. I ....., y
lead over First National VnleaT.nks.'
game Federal !in
by Sarasota to Tod Twieg for .. PUaw. 11 .a..4
Rotary got
in the hot race for the first
the third produced eight Von,...
i inning
seven hits !as catcher Gerald .. ...
half. J.da. w. 00. 10 0."' .t 00. .
w Jim Carney walked to lead runs to give them a commanding Perlick led his teammates at .11'..........,.. &....... rI
11.3 lead. O.pnr R O Shit. Bo'. a p..
off the seventh for First Nat ) the plate with a single and Indlani va Yankees l:<.. p. ( f
ional, Larry Wolfer was safe Randy Young rapped a three- double. Twigg was top Ve-No .Dodger. ... PI..,., rill, p... t
on an error by third basemen run homer in the first frame to Bank sticker with two-for- All lamea at Venice.SENIOR .

Richard Blizzard and Mike give Osorey a brief 3-0 lead three DIVISIONW

Graff loaded the bases with a only to have Sarasota" Federal Paul Taylor hurled Florida L CBL ,

bunt single.Steve parlay three walks and two Power It Light! to a 12.1 decis. Klw.nl. n _-_. ?. II- I J
singles into three runs to knot ion over Nokomis Lions while let National' Bank .._ T 4 t I
Deans then popped out SaruoU Federal n t I 1M
the count. Osprey came back his teammates were collecting ape( : 4 T 4
to pitcher Dalton for the first with two runs in the fourth and 10 hits off Eric Shaw. Venice. Shopplni Center I I 4VThandari \ .;< V Vm Vt
out. Jeff Knuckles laid a bunt RenltaIII ,
three more in the fifth to marrow shutout _...
Taylor a going National II. e.u. Federal! a. lI
down the third base line and
the gap to 11-8 but Sara- until the fifth when a pair of S. BeealuOiprev ,
Billiard threw to the plate to I. Venlee Shopping Center <.
rail Carney coming in home sota Federal added a pair of singles produced the lone Nokomis Kloaali II. ...... Federal i *. t
insurance runs in the fifth to Lion tally T......'. .alta F6.a
Dalton got Vauchn Miller on make it 138. Kiwanli 1. lit National' I. 1l
Jim Imhoff had
strike to end the threat and a perfect garaaou Federal 1*. Mprer SoT..I.
the Bob Austin was the winner day at the plate for the Kilowatts ...'. &.....1.

game.Good FitrhinrBoth and Randy Young took the loss as he garnered two doub- let National, /so: ..v.>... Vente' ghopplnx Center

Dalton and Graff hurl- Austin was relieved by Danny les and two singles in four .110'.".,'. "ftrliffduleKlwanli "

Jarvis in the fifth acid Young times up. Joe Boyenton had Venice. Shopping vi. Oiprer.. Center I P.m....at SaraaotaFederal. I O.pt.G

by Albritton in the third. three-for-three for the losers "SO: p.m. at Venice.Start --. .--- ... ....

Jarvis. Bob Austin and Dick Farm System of .Second....,'. H.lf.T. HfKedlle. 1--
loran Austin each collected two hits Venice. Shopplnt Center ... Xlvanli.Ctoprey I
!: for the winners. Young added The White Sox took over first 4 ..... .t V..i enjoyable.day place in the Farm System .. lit National, SIC: p.m. at which has the attention of In the left ..
picture, to
beautiful trophy
two singles to his home run to when the Yankees lost V.._ temporary possession the everyone rJ; .t (:
lead Osprev at the plate. a pair Mrs Nita Norwood; Mrs. Harriette Hendricks, captain; Harry Raby, manager of the Venice office of First Ft'. ,
the weekend to into
Junior DivisionIn over second. drop 'JUNIOR DIVISIONw Mrs Leora Johnaon and Mrs Elizabeth Geraci The filth member of the team, Mrs. Adelaide Mueller was not )pent

TRY the junior division Osprey LCDL for the picture It takes three league titles to gain permanent possession of the trophy. This was the Urn t' I
The Pirates in third Osprey _
SARASOTAGOLF Recreation unleashed a 11-hit is fourth are'he Dodgers, Venire Elka Power: 4 Liltit I I I IFlonda First Federal Congratulations, :adies. First Federal of Sa rasota, the first savings and loan association to serve CI: I'
I attack including three home OipreReereatlol of the friendly helpfulness that has been byword since 1934. Visit
fifth and Indians last. entire area, Invites you to take advantage a oar or.
CLUB the
are _
Venlee Rotary I I
runs to hand first-half South Tamiaml Trail (Paid AdvertJlre7cntI j'
fice at 601
The first half will end Sat Venlce-Nolioniii II.nk ( I I
DAILY GREEN champion Venice Lions 10-9 .
a Oiprer M-p.n. I 1 I
530CO setback. Joey Moulton. Albert urday with the White Sox, Nok...... Uona ... I I --
FEES - Yankees and Pirates all in contention Venlee. Ltoni -.. I t t cated the lost needle, which 1 off at home if you tr-i t: ; to
Sanchez end Gordon Tison hit __ .
Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. Start of Second Half
for title.
the had be removed for
by surgery. stop shopping r ,
the round trippers for the Recreation ReeahaOipreir
South of Sarasota t foam Tison went three. Top game last week was the R.ereation 10. Venice u"" I. The Animal WorldBy There was no more sewing The big must Is to II: Ie
8.7 win White Sox FPaL. Ia. Nokomll LI" I.
for-four for the day while San by the over .. done that day! windows open a retof' I ir b-
Venire' Elk. dprer Uerchanta 4.
chez and Moulton were two-for- the Yankees. With the Yankees Venlee Rotary I, VNo Bank .. -0- es or so. Heat proatn. n t, J
three. leading 7-8 going into the bottom T.nl.hf. &........ !MARGE PALMERNow Did You Know A female cat result if the an.mal 1r lift BO
THIS ISCOMPACT of the final inning the .. Elk. va v..... Rotarr I ... .
p. is called In
"Queen. over-he
Moulton pitched his team to that hot weather Is here, lion and discipline, they needa a long on : i An
and P"",'. .........
White Sox scored the tieing .. ... ... lot of love and the feeling of -oWe emergency measure : the:
WEEK victory. Eugene! Fowler was FPeL 0.. Rat I at jogs enjoy lying, in the cool ap
winning runs on an infield er apes.sera all love to take our pets plication of cold w.-.st: on the
the losing: hurler. grass( which is fine, except :
David Knott and John Shaver ror. Both teams got four hits. al Venice.Nokonia Meroh. ... Ve-No Bank, ( p.m.. that ticks and fleas are also -0- for a ride in the car. This time body to bring the tcrr.p- .:rt

64 Buick Spec Blue 4-Dr, paced the Lions at the plateNOW Some 2,305,000 children In p... at V.LJom ... Venice. U...., I in the grass. Besides the Irritation Last Sunday, George Vree- of year they are really better down as quickly as pc >

ea.dgkddgk' ......... to skin, fleas are the land took first in Class B at
64 Corvair Mona Wh 2-Dr, this country live with divorcedor Venice Elki ... 00..... Kea 1 p... lost of tapeworms and ticks the harness races in Sarasota

64 Buick Spec Gr 2Dr. tr" '" GO GO! separated parents, 93 per I Venlee at 00"Lion..... ... apse )Merck 1 can cause tick fever and paralysis with his racing pony, "Invader. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn

cent of them with their mothers e...., at Venice.VeNe There are many good ." He also took a first and
'64 Pontiac Temp BI 4-Dr U' ', Bank ... NAomU Umi, I "
third with "Butterfly.
'A ; ." estimates the Population pa. .t YmleaV.k. powders. sprays and dips that Auto Insurance
a 64 Buick Spec Rota 2-Dr, s .. ; Rw&q .. rPaL a.m..t help eliminate the misery of "Ginger," owned by Jay
fj .. 17> Reference I 1. NEW LOW RATES
these parasites. A little time Robinson, took two seconds in
: '64 Mercury Comet Wh 4-Dr. :"I and effort, keeping the animal Class D, and "Silver Pepper," 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS

'64 Fiirlane 500 Wh 4-Dr. free of these pests, can be rewarding owned by E. B. Roberts tooka 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
to all concerned. first and third. Little five-
g' '64 Buick Spec Blue Cony. THRU -0- year-old> Terry Roberts, who is

f '64 Fairlan Wag. Yellow S AUGUST 6 This Is a great season for the youngest of the racing &lKIzt:1AGENCV :
set, had handling
.r NIGHTLY 8:10 new puppies as is every sea- pony
4-Dr A i son. A young puppy Is reared "Silver Pepper" in the child &!jx
MATINEES 2:00: P.M. x
'64 Buick Spec Aqua 2Dr. R almost like a baby. They need ren's race.
A WEDNESDAY, FRIDAYS ., .- I their vitamins and proper foodIn -0- '1'f 116 W. Venice Avenue

63 Corvair 700 Aqua 4Dr. AND SATURDAY order to build a fine body. The Manatee Kennel Club Telephone: 488-2289 .I
1 Correction of bad habits will hold its all-breed dog showin
jt can
64 Buick Spec Wh Cony
o DAILY Early WynnEarly the mlwd Girl and Man divis- Bradenton Auditoriumon
start as soon as you get your the
'Ii : '63 Buick Spec Gold 4-Dr. T Wynn Classic keglers ion; Mark Powers and Henry puppy. Besides food, medics- June 13. The St. Petersburgshow
DOUBLE Wenkman
won the Boy and Guard
at the National
'63 Falcon Future Wh 2Dr. A ended the season with a tie for' Man division. Wenkman! rolled I
Is 14.
set for June
1.2 ; the championship The Florida the best In the tourney with a Armory
:'j 62 Fairlan 500 Bieg 4-Dr. Li'l) Indians -0- CHANGE
K RACES \ Pines Trailer Court team of 189-222-225 for a 666 series Mrs. John Davis found out SERViSOFT
;I 62 Corvair Manna Red 4-Dr. Bill Van Howe, Dean Cardinaland --0-- that sewing can be an excitIng TO

ft '62 Fairlan 500 Wh 4-Dr. N OUINIELAS t.::. John Houseworth won the Summer leagues are in the thing. Finishing with the
f f l. roll-off from the Edge-Van Ors- process of forming. Those Interested Capture County machine work she reached for America's First Water Conditioning
': 61 Buick Sp Blue 4-Dr. N EACH dale Agency team of Gerry should get in touch her needle with the long double

.:t '61 Pontiac Temp Blue 4Dr. E RACE Duke, Terry Sourbeer and Earl with the lanes or their league thread but it was gone. But, Service And Still The Best.
Edge in a Frank Merriwell officers there her cat calmly look
Golf CrownThe was
'61' Buick' 4-Dr. L LADIES ADMITTEDFREE finish as Dean Cardinal con -0- ing at her. A quick trip to the CLEAN, SANITIZED TANKS WITH

( I: STiL'S THURSDAYS nected for the last seven Two Interesting tournamentsare veterinarian and an X-ray lo- EACH DELIVERY.We .
C strikes in a row and a 232 going on during open playat Ll'l Indian golf team

".l, L CENTRAL game to nost the clincher. the lanes. The Alibi Mixed whipped McIntosh Tuesday, Do Not Bill In Advance.
AIR-CONDITIONINS Gerry Duke rolled the high Doubles allows a doubles team! 39-5, to wind up the season undefeated
Now & Used Cars B VALET PARKING game of 247 and Austin Shock to drop their worst (alibi) and all alone atop the Olive Arnell YOU MUST BE SATISFIED.

: j the high series of gig on the game and count only the best Sarasota County Junior High
,4 215 S. Tamiaml Trail Largest and Most Modern Water
I BRADENTON ROAD final night. Harold Smith ended three of four gamee0 School league( Wins LVWGA

1 TELEPHONE 438.6541I BETWEEN 41.301 the season with a 244, John Don Willis paced the V JHSIOman Conditioning Plant on The West Coast
I Houseworth with a 239 Austin Red Pin Jacket Tournament team in Tuesday's

i' Shock a 22(1( Al Callahan. 218 carries a guaranteed Jackpot match with a 41. Second low Blind Bogey

Herman Duke a 210 Terry prize for good scoring and a medalist was Morton Chiles I

Sourbeer a 207. LuckY Burdinea roll-off of participating contestants with a 42.Other Olive Arnell's 74 took ClassA (fERvts ,y
204 and Floyd Matter anevwi hi case the jackpot Is Venice scores were honors in 18-hole play Wed

200. to tie Bill Van not taken. Steve Rayburn, 46: Terry Sour nesday by members of the
.. Howe's 200. Jack Bullock andean beer, 47; Kirk Tischler, 47; Lake Venice Women's Golf Association
Cardinal captured the Myakka LanesSummer Ben Steele 49; Mike Estes, 49; whose weekly event 101 E. MILAN VENICE PH. 488.4488

HI-LO sweeper Mark Koenig 52; and David was a blind bogey tournament. Also Home-Owned Units of Lifetime

-0- leagues are set to Rose and Ed Courtney, 53. Runnerup with a 75/ was FIBERGLASS AERATORS FILTERS SOFTENERS
The !Senior': High taeue saw begin activity next week with The overall team scores for Regina Buford. Leila Hermansen -

Petty Augustine tops for the five to participate. On Monday t he: match played at Bobby won first place in Class B FREE WATER ANALYSIS

H i (Irls with a 132 tame and 395 a mixed doubles league Jones Golf Club in Sarasota, with a 73.
'erles.' Jim Ballard led the will get under way, followedby were 477 for Venice and 510 for In tne nine-hole division

lave with a 181 game and 422 a women's scratch leagueon Mcintosh. Elaine Smith was tops with a

erles.. Tuesday. Wednesday it will Final Standings 35. Taking second was Bee 1

TOYT OWN -0- be a men's (B) scratch league W L Stewart with a 38. Class B 9 ELECT

Mother's Day Junior-Senior and on Thursday a men's (A) Venice ..... .... .... .6 0 laurels went to Margaret
af our now location next to the Tournament results were as scratch league. Winding up the McIntosh ....,. ,.. 4 2 Smith, who fired a 35. Run

231 S. TRAIL COTTON FAIR follows: league activity will be another Jrookside ............ 1 5 nerup was Fern Elum with a FLOYD POTTER
Jackie' and Fran Bullock won mixed doubles league on Fri Sarasota . .. .. .1 5 36. R !
the Mother-Daughter division; day night ,

-- Allen and N r1rll Bates won the A complete re-surfacing Job RepublicanCommissioner
r-- Tother-Son!! division: Lois and has Just been completed.With VOTE FOR

BEST QUALIFIED Hydn Davles! won the Father- a minimum of leaguesIn
.I I Daughter division: David and operation there will be plenty -

Tack Bullock won the Father. of opportunity for open bowling J. LEWIS COBIA

; F sen division; Patti and Allyn with special rates in effect R
MILLARD { JACK) Roth (brother and sister) won for' the summer. Sarasota County

a'I'i t j r : KNUCKLES NOW OPEN! Candidate I District 5

i i crqi G.O.P. Candidate LAPS AUTO SERVICEFORMERLY County Surveyor FLOYD POTTER, Republican Candidate for Count who')

I Commissioner, District 5, wishes to thank the voters

,. i for t SARASOTA COUNTY gave him their support I In the Primary Election, and +to the
people who wor.ed. In his behalf, for the confidence that

!ti i ? SHERIFF Sarasota Resident had In him, H. asks. for the support of all thoughtful The Republicana

V7j1Ti7AUTOC In the Primary Run.off Election on May 26th.

i His promise: A fair, square deal Since 1924 well informed voters .knows that a vote for Floyd potter administrative .

C is a vote for a hard-wor.ing. businessman with proven
,, for EVERYONE, rich or poor choice by a
f"j REPAIRS experience. Floyd Potter was the .L.
d EXPERIENCE margin In the May 5th Primary of all voter m tn
IT'S County
and in th. District both candidate live' T"
GENERAL REPAIR ON ALL MAKES & MODELS THAT COUNTS! for Floyd Potter and of fair and honest
assure yourself
j RALPH LAPS, OwnerN. Experience In representation by a man who knows the county.

LEVER 4.D I Nokomis, Across from Citrus Highlands, Rt. 41 Adv.
Political )
Phone 488.2612 Sarasota County (Paid (Paid Political Advertisement)

Paid Political! Adv. by a Friend \


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MAY 21, 1964

I soon Bertha. We'll all be looking Hubert Smith at present It
sited Voters Nokomis for you about arriving to spend a while
Nettings -0- with his son, Lt. Col. Smith, at
Sumter, S. C. Eventually he
Marian Baird, here for the
C. H. Fox will arrive at his home in New
to Denver,
!led By MARY ALICE MURRAY winter, has flown month
After Hampshire for a or so.
visit friends there.
I Phone (88-5349 Col, to
ClII ter H. Fox has been f 196 ,t" rN a few weeks will fly to Chicago -
tied( pre ident pro tern of the I I Mr and Mrs. John Okon of giant get-together of all the with more friends, then to It Is with great regret that
incorporated United Vot Nokomis have had as their I kissm' cousins" ove there in New York and finally will arrive we announce the death of Mr.
!Lfirue by the organiza- guests[ Mr and Mrs. Ernst New Orleans, some of whom home in Martland, Me., George C. Scudder. His second
', board of trustees Schmitt of Dusseldorf, Germany Bertha hasn't seen for years for the summer. She will be the
temporary officers who have enjoyed five and all\ very anxious to see her back in early October as usual trip to the hospital was and his
Tier; ; II serve until regular weeks here and marvelled at and renew old times together and spend the winter near her fatal , \ are set up by the con- I Ion our easy way of living. Mr. Bertha is very anxious to see brother, Stuart Baird. Hurry family brought him to upper him.
ni and bylaws Include' and Mrs Schmitt are father them all and spend a more back, Marian, arid spend New York State to bury
e,, Kauffman, vice and mother of Mrs Ralph pleasurable time this time another delightful winter here He had many sisters and brothers
C pres,1 -
U John J. Blair, attorney Breeden of Venice They have while "home" Come back with us in the north. aIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
j Mrs.urer Ruth Jones, secretreo enjoyed and being learned with of their our daughter grand I I II 1111111I11111111111111111111111111111111I11111111111111111( 111111111111111; I

way of living and meeting so
idents who signed': Ir
( v i
11"8" r 'tO. many of the friends of Mr and
. pei+' 'n for Incorporation Mrs. Breeden as well as enJoying I
I UVL are Aladar Feiniod rtt I our perfect weather ar--: ELECT
Hoe rd I. Gordon, Charles $
4 these: past few weeks We hope
Phillips, Rich.
"cnt, Wally will be back again before
I A Mo'ller, A, Bradford too long. They fly home on Roosevelt
Carl i : Elliott I
William Young,
K I.j'fman, Blair and Fox ---a.; .....__ .. .. '4 ......-... Tuesday i I .
to Mrs Jones, the Thomls -o- t
'i'' riling I PROSECUTOR Ralph L by the Venice City Council to succeed DonaldF a
The Frank Vanderwaters : I
,ton! is a bi-partisan 1--( ) -
. the oath
of office from
aims are to educate Mayor Chpp who resigned for business and per- have "flown" to the north once ", '. l
hose D Brohard. Thomas Li
was appointed sonal
i -repjre its members ands reasons again. Not flown in a plane, Democratic
I to be more Intelligently --- but they did 650 miles their ... f?
:1 in the political part. first day out toward Ontario,
"11'! r choice or becoming Venice East NewsBy S. Y. As usual Frank covers National Committeeman I
e in politics for the first the ground fast, though they I i1
start out by about Sam. 1 r'a
-:on for membership is SALLY STl'BBS -o- .
? _r- ttion to the board of The William E. (Ted) Moul- '. t; MAY 26 PRIMARY"WORTHY II
, j .d approval by a ma. Future residents of Venice ments were served by the co- their home at 209 Venice East tons have left for the northeast I
II jf f is members East and present! house guests hostesses, Mrs Wilbur Funk Blvd The Spore are from Syos- and their camps in Sebago,
of the Lester Davises are Mr. and Mrs Lester Davis The entertainment sett, Long Island' N. Y, and Me, They will be joined' by the IE
and Mrs Raymond Winters committee then Mr. Spor is retired from the first of the month by the Stewart SON OF A BELOVED PRESIDENT"
Season The Winters are from South took over and an hour of New York Police Department Bairds. Stewart is anxious
fating Bend, Ind.. where Mr Winters games was conducted by Dr. They have already been visited to get home and get his teeth ELLIOTT ROOSEVELTHe ==
is assistant field manager for James Montgomery by their daughter and family. into that succulent venison g "W.
the Bendix Corp They have -0- which they shot and froze last
feAreSet1da's purchased a lot on Venice East The Charles- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rauch fall, as well as variety of invites the supporters of ALL local Democratic IE

Boulevard where they plan to receiving glowing Morgans reports are of and their grandchildren June birds they have In their freezer candidates to unite behind him in his effort to give =
build In the near future. Ann and Walter Jr. They are
1964-65 general their daughter' visit in Europe and effective leadership on a national
: ; -0- now looking forward to a visit -o- Florida strong
Francis is stewardessfor
. ig season for resident from their from New Hyde Our Bertha Perkins has left
son _
Mary Funk has 'Joined the Eastern Airlines and is level.
if b:*ds and animals willn Park, N. Y. Chris Spot Jr will us once more, but for a short _
Cycle Club. She received
her earned vacation
Saturday, Nov 14, except a his wife twin Kathleen time hope, and several
girls we
'>\ie Tl ird Conservation Dis- brand new shiny bicycle for plus another two weeks of bring and Mary Ann and young.er er happier occasions Amongst s (This Ad Paid For By Campaign Committee) For Elliott Roosevelt) -_
Mother She is off leave of absence Europe
1 al: re the season will op- jaunt (not Day on the bicycle on) to a touring daughter Madeline. Mr other things, there will be a ii illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllill11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII':
Sov 21 Spor reports many of his as
see her son and grandchildren(
"he of ming date apply. sociates In the New York police .
. in Glen Rock N J. The Funk's Mr and Mrs Earl Scudderof
to deer. turkey, quail, department are Interested
.rrel and bear, was set at son and family Mrs Funk will Mount Dora, and Clarence, m retiring in this area and he
,-- i meeting of the Game visit are the Wilbur JohnFunk's N. Y., are visiting; at the homeof is keeping In touch with manyof =:i';: 1:fr.rr.= c '"I'-'lT.f>="" ''L.
i Fresh Water Fish Com and their four children. Mr. and Mrs John Rusch at them and expects to be visited d
When the children heard about 138 Venice East Blvd. The
'Ion at Tallahassee, April by quite a few this sum.
according to A. D. Aldrich, the bicycle they requested Rusch's former home was in mer. "i
*tor. Grandma to please bring a picture Clarence here they were long.

JIJllin<< will be allowed of her ON the bicycle time friends of the Scuddersin Venice Yacht Club NATIONAL el 1 d'
17 day in the First, Third -0- -
1 Fourth Conservation Disti The Venice East Community Visitors at the Gordon Morgan Sets Mixed BridgeA
and in the Second Dis- Assn held their monthly meet / home are Mr, and Mrs
t except in Dixie, Gilchrist ing Monday night in the officesof James E. Montfort, of Chicago.The mixed bridge evening al
. the two couples have been Venice Yacht Club Is set foi
levy Counties In the Fifth Development Corporation
friends for and Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the :
"wrvation District building years are en [ "
every '
. hunting will be allowed in At the business meeting the toying every moment together. club Mr. and Mrs Jack Rieh
t portion of the district lo4 first reading of the by-law of They have taken trips to Cypress will host the event.Progrensive FRIGIDAIRE3PRIOESTERMS E ;
bridge and four
cjh of State Road 50, the organization/ were completed Gardens, Hammock
I west of the St, Johns Riv- The body of members Park and are planning a Key somes will be played.
agreed unanimously to incorporate West trip for the weekend. Those wishing to dine beforethe .
should make reservations
fare staggered-dav/ hunting the organization and give game /
Mr and Mrs Christian Sync not later than Tuesday
force will be al. the authority to three officersto
n hunting
settled in Dinner is served from 6pm.KING'S .
are now
ii every day during the file the necessary papers '
t nine days, and the period with the secretary of state of -- a

wn!! November 25 and No. Florida. The always present VAt. Sj)
ber 29 and between De- problem of the speed zone on TABLEFOR WEEK
her 23 and January 3. either side of the entrance to
Venice East was again discussed. FINE FOODS
will be closed at all other With very little hope of a Served Daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. CEr r \

t Shooting hours for restt speed law being allowed there Served From 7 a.m to 8 p.m. ;;..
"t game species will remain was a suggestion that there LJrcak fast !' ." ,
from one.half hour beforerse may be a possibility of obtain. '
: to one-half hour after ing 'Congested Area' signs and from 40c :! 1.
set of each day. a committee was appointed to r L
open --
asters will be provided with investigate( this hopeful project. Lunch
i turkey hunting seasons After the meeting, refresh- from 65c t 'C.'

ing the 1964-65 season The Dinner / NOWGOIHG ON!
1 i.tason opens with the gen. State located south of State
'!hunting season and allows Road 50, and March 27 to April from 95c
hunter to harvest three 11, north of State Road 50 OUR DAILY SPECIAL
will be allowed to
eys of either sex The sec1 Hunters
i leann opens March 13 to take two gobblers during this 2 Bloch N. of Venice Ave. Rt. 41 Ph. 488.6330

rich 28 in_, that, __ nortion. of the second turkey season. '
n '

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liberal democracy. Product. Then
Thai high school youth you can be lowered, in f.rtUw'
Letters To The EditorTo hired and to whom they held: fund will .till be available, In4

ORlp out the sheltering umbrella of our necessary welfare. tor
E federal regulation U a real youngsters will have Aro4
case In point. Instead of his tunity not an Oppo"
h'' h Th Editor: the good work It U doing In a ter kowtow and bow and learning U be a self-reliant or governmentalIs overt tat
Since you wrote an open letter community. This is just one of scrape to them. You may recall competent, experienced Individual a heritage
to LBJ. with which I agree the many Federal monsters we that the General Counselof they seem to prefer Keep on leaning 01\
wholeheartedly I am going to have created by our lethargy the NLRB back in F.D.R.'s idleness idleness which must Editor. Whether yog hey
write you. end disinterest in what our time was an admitted memberof have completely It. f f a d from us all or not, then'.
What I wish to unburden myself elected officials are doing in the Communist Party (i.e. amusement and entertainment army of support behind *
about It the matter of the Washington. after he was exposed) but hi programs; government sponsored and your thinking **
MEMBER or TUX ASSOCIATED PRKSJ!: .- MEMBER OF TIll FLORIDA PRESS, ASSOCIATION vote in Precinct Eight!: In the Yes, Mr. Editor, you haven'tgot was a power unto himself for a of course; to prevent the F, J. VAN
i primary held May 8. 1W4. Of a chance; you are small number of years. But that was oneet of Juvenile delinquency Venice; 'Nn,
t The A.W Pr-s II _IOIII..tso "U'led a t- for ,puhlbsths. of all p.w. dbateh..ndn.d, the F.D.R. Insist and
t.N course to a certain extent this potatoes in this modern morassof not unusual during While we upon more
Sr aot.thanW a Ited I. this pope, sad ei" bar ""hltohod h.rws AU rlehb aC tapAUs.Us. -
., .....oJ rftipatfkain an ,100 recoil. Is still a free country and one influence peddling you administration, regardless of better training of our youth To The EditorsIn
i .. -... an* lucal. ad-tblrx ...1. -.' of tbli. BOTnpapar II awrrlfhtad ul lu iwubUeatl** t> awMlr still has the right to vote as forgot to check in with Bobby what the anti-McCarthy people we legally compell idleness re: Charles E. &{
forblMn rapt tr written .......10010.. one pleases but voting is a Baker have to say. Unfortunately from such activities as would suggests or hopes that the
privilege and as such should I congratulate you Mr Editor businessmen both large and best help them to learn by pie who voted forget Peb
i r Entered. A. Second Clau Matter At Pat OfflM ."t Vanlaa florid How this precinct could have present your experience with a protest any tyranny imposedupon opportunity for the youngsterto whom he supports on May IhIIt

given Odham the typical agent of the bureau them by a federal agency gain a aelf-respect It's pretty I do not believe that 7L
EDWARD D. BALL ... ......... .. ......,........ ........ Editor and Publisher that Brailljr it did amazes mel support cracy. bureau or commission hard to come by, by any Interested in whom hand people, ender are

COURTNEY WILLIS .. .. ... ... .... ...... .. .. Advertising Manager Spessird Holland was one of DOUGLAS R. MURPHY M,D. (only God knows how' many of other means. further believe th.t !@

p SAM DILLON ... .............................. News and Newsphoto Editor the finest governors this state Venice them are in Washington today) It's still the best country on steed of enhancing the chances i.
has ever had. and I have been The pity of It is that many of earth. Let's keep it that way. of those h. endorses
ROGER KILBY ....... ............................. Mechanical Superintendent here since 1938, so I should To The Editor: them are staffed by young college And the simplest start Is to get to Jeopardize their chums h. :tends

have a fairly accurate picture. I have Just read your "Open graduates (starryeyedwith government OUT of business voted for the c.ndldatee I
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $3.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 Since going to the Senate in Letter to the President" In The a minion to perform) or out of too much business con now endorses In the he
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.21 per year, $4.23 1944 he has worked tirelesslyfor Gondolier and I want to congratulate by misfits who cannot make a trol and thinking In terms of election but shall now vsy orIlnaI!
i per six months $3 per three months.Never the good of ALL Florida you and commendyou living in the business world. what we can do on, not how Potter and Page In the far
-- -- -. -- - -- and had he been unseated by for your courage in writ What I am trying to say is much will the economy stand W. rVenice SCHLACK
some fluke Florida would ing such a letter. I hope thatit (and I could have said it in far in terms of Gross National Garden,
have been set back two decades will reach Mr. Johnson per. fewer words), it is refreshingto
I Lovelier the way the Senate ope sonally] but I doubt it, becausehis en old "radical right wing ... ....-....
rates. Surely those who have staff shields him from the er" (a Byrd Democrat)) like

Private memo to those who headed back blistering wall, almost. chosen Florida as their second matters which may be criticalor me, to see an editor have the

North force of habit In Fishermen casting off the jetties are home don't want to go backwards unpleasant. I hope that you courage to speak out against
by April;
sent copies of your letter to the tyranny of our bureaucratic ptrstnt to |Jcrsmt
You should have stayed around e while" hauling In snook, mackerel and reds. Next time that we vote let's both Florida senators and to government. More power to

longer. Things were never lovelier here Out In the gulf the tarpon are runningnow examine the record and think Congressman Haley. It will be you. I

abouts. and trollers are pulling In some before casting our ballot! interesting to read their reactions JOSEPH U PARRISH, 1
i Your winter playground is garlandednow beauties along with good catches of black Venice The reason the writer is sympathetic Venice. By The REV VICTOR MAIRICE,

with freshly blooming flowers bursting grouper.If with your view point is Pastor Venice
instead of beach To The Editor! that he happens to have had To The Editor; ... _: .. Assembly of God
tend to
forth all over the place in gay, multi. you golf I did not some experience with these Thanks for speaking out in
enjoy reading your
colored profusion. combing and fishing, there's Lake Venice editorial "Can Small Business federal bureaucrats in years your "Open Letter to the Pres- -- w- r .., -.

Overhead the benign sun, chock full and Quad City where you can get In a Survive" (An open letter to gone by and that experience !ident. Many many more such This past Sunday was knownto out His Holy Spirit on fcunm

of vitamin C, is beaming down not too full 18 holes without working up too much the President of the United was not of a very pleasant na pressures must ever go in that the Christian/ world as "Pen- hearts according to Acts !1.
States). I didn't enjoy it because ture. This applies to not only direction, the direction of tacost Sunday." It was on this and, as before, penple art
hot, not too bright, [lust right. of a sweat. of the glaring fact that the Wage and Hour people, but every politico in our governmental day nearly 2,000 years ago that again saying: "What li once the

Daytime temperatures are in the invigorating In short, things have never been so you were printing the truth. to other agencies as well principally structure.As God poured out His promised meaning of all this?" The Mat

middle 80s, nighttime tempera- good around here, Maybe more of us win now to the National Labor a small businessman one Holy Spirit upon the 120 who 18 issue of the Saturday Even,
wake up and realize that with. Relations Board. Back in the soon finds that there is a "BIG had gathered themselves together tog Post has an article
times in the pleasant middle 60s. Go ahead and enjoy your summer, but BROTHER" w.tchln.nd which
out warning one of our "be. Roosevelt and Truman days ever for this purpose. There the cover calls: "Mystery Thrt!
,i The batches are dotted with sun wo,. come back earlier this fall and stay liter nevolent" Federal Bureaucratscan these people came Into your imposing. Too, too much creeping were people In Jerusalem at Baffles Protestant and dti'i'

shippers, acquiring their tans without nest spring. You won't regret it. invade a small newspaper! plant with a ineer on their growth Is rapidly of edgingus misfortunate the time who observed the with the present day out-pour
I or business, and emasculate It face and their handcuffs toward the concept Initial outpouring of the Holy tog of the Holy Spirit It telli
without the least concern for ready and, boy, you had bet communism called Spirit and said: "What mean- of ministers as wen 11 church

eth this" members of many different dt.
I Freedom Versus Government
The apostle: Peter reminded nomination receiving the bip.
Ilr l them that it was indeed a fulfillment tism of the Holy Spirit iccorf.'
I' :: The Southern States Industrial Council time Is that of individual freedom versus of Joel's prophecy: ing to Acts 2:4. We fail to w

.. of Nashville, Tennessee, established 30 government regulation and control." He J "And it shall come to pass why this should baffle anyone

and made of members from points out that by a ". curious twist % _afterward that I will pour The real mystery Is why w
years up out my spirit upon ell!1 flesh; many haven't realized befon
16 southern states and elsewhere through. of semantics, those who favor freedom cad| your sons and your the importance of the baptlim

out the nation, has prepared a 24-point have come to be known as conservatives, BRA/ daughters<< shall prophesy, of the Holy Spirit But c"an,
make America while those who believe In maximum your old men shall dream receive this experience Peter
"Program" designed to government
it7 \\N\ 0i dreams, your young men said In Acts 2'38-39': :
stronger at home and abroad and a potent intervention and control call t1f : shall see visions; And also Repent and) be

force in curbing communist encroachment.In themselves liberals. Upon the outcome" of i4/ upon the servants and upon baptized everyone of you In
the between these two of the handmaids In those days the name of Jesus Christ for
a preface to the program, H. Hansel! struggle points
will I pour out my spirit"Joel the remission of sins and
Hillyer, Council president says, "The view ride the hopes of free men everywhere :28-29: ye shall receive the gift of/

great the overriding Issue of our -now and for the indefinite future" I At the turn of the century the Holy Ghost For thi
there was another great out. promise is unto you, and It
pouring; of the Holy Spirit. People your children, and to all that
. : Costly Fairy TaleWith then also said "What are afar off, even >i wi
meaneth this" Some accepted as the Lord our God shill
the Biblical explanationsbut call."
virtually every taxing unit from Into Idaho and cutting its rates so as te others did not. Let's go all out for all thil

the smallest/ school district to the federal take the power business away from a Today again, God Is pouring God has for us

government demanding ever Increasing taxpaying company whose original 1 power

tai totals, it would seem that the heads contract helped a chemical company" Venice Area Church Directory I IIT.

; of government would welcome and encourage tablish elemental I phosphorus production ;

} j' the growth of taxpaying enter. in southern Idaho following World War p, z q t
,t! prise. CHURCH OiiUfAr .
t'I But In the of the federal According to published reports, t... OH GOO Bate. Orfteal '" A. SoMnw Mlnliter.Sind. .
government THINK Turn Wart M U.hthrowIto. :. \:
WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE : ., Ii4l \\mhi SirfM
.. .. n. :
Pater O. Madam Vi.
Bonneville has been losing
:1 this does not seem to be the case. money on Sunday Mrvlewi Ids ...
,' The political drive for government-owned its cut rate policy. Instead of correcting Half Communion lot and Ir4. Sundara.VEN1CB EPISCOPAL MISSION
At smut Show
f tax-free projects has been promoted as this It tales business away from a heavily- DOES Work-Sometimes ASSEMBLY Or COD Pew M.io* Yuan .
Rude .i sea Winlilf" awe.PIu
Spanking .
f.j, j good vote getting bait, on the theory taxed power company. The already overburdened Vanlea....rVWar Victor Menial at Mrrtia. FaiUviindar Amiu
the cost of taxpayer will have to pick nets t1. 'It>W ..... ? BAPTIST CHURCH
r th.tJovern""ent" can cut servo up M....'... WonhlB, 11 foe am.Emlw N. Rluwni Rid
: .;. ices furnished the public by taxpaying industries the tab for the taxes lost. By EUGENE GILBERT : Barvtaa, gnu m.WadMadar. Tkt ROT. Ck.rto t Cothtam
Pare MaMlnc, I.eo ..
Gilbert Youth Research Inc. i m. M'lliur.
'f' : p r which help finance government Just how long votes can be won by this president Similar I41. m, t ndir IrtalIllM.m

:', cut rate competition. something for nothing fairy tale remainsto VEHICE-NOKOMIS METHODIST ,, WonhlpSUJpm PmbMM k"-
received who reasoned with
You'd think the nation's teen. punishment they was says CHUHCHfal ;
;"f\ The people are not told that they are be seen. But If the policy is extended, so recently removed Another one-fifth were scolded. "I've never been in any bad :. A Jobs...M taxis 4 PalniaUla I...., Futor.Warabip OS-till. Toe 5 aa, sand 5trd.
agers. .
9 cent thay were trouble." ...._. .... Wed.....,, trod p.., M4. .ea P'
i paying twice for the so-called cheap service as is being urged constantly by centralized !. from childhood would back Only per say ale sad II or ...._
reasoned with and 8 cent But Christine Pelczarskl 18 ace _
I'i first when they are taxed to provide government authorities, the peoplewill child care specialists who deplore per rh.nh kt.l.. eaa ..
spanking.But were dealt with by having privileges of Chicopee Falls, Mass., says II.-IM Yooth r.llott.hlp, Lie ..... CHURCH OF THE NAIAMX1Soulk
ij it and second when they have to dig up wake up under a socialist regime than two- withdrawn.It "I was hit for minor misdeeds V.rtMJo.1
the tales the government loses when its with individual opportunities limited and slightly more Was Affective too-I was spanked too much." EMMANCIL LUTHERAN CHURCH EMI of Jiiiwl' 0 1/ e5/ "'
: people TunluBl ..
coo a. Trail
of the 1.081 young 4HI4KSr M'nhaPhma
fifths A dr.w '
C. M
tax-free bureaucrats the But whatever punishment Scolding worked with Jean ..U>r, ",.. R... Ckarto L Row .".,0"
I'' competition destroys taxpaying cracking whip. po'leJ hi our latest opinion survey ...... ....
: their parents used nearly 70 Snyder, 18, of South Bend, Ind. tank .. till .star 5r'eaL 5 10 ....
I:, enterprise. Come to think of It, from an experience any an old-fashioned pad per cent of the girls and three. "I always felt 'small after- wanki las ...., and lease aautAKCSIDI 11".1.. Whl'. 10 .id..,as

I This is well illustrated/ by a current we've just gone through at the dling Is the best way to handle quarters of the boys say It did wards'," she says. LUTHERAN CHURCH P Votttk.les..._...-ease:S',00.,..
a naughty child. the trick. They claim they "I was spanked once or a .t! Smitk .. U.S. 41n Wd..dy Prar.r MIL t'55, 55CALorRVasIcsRGAaDENI
article in the Salt Late Utah Trib hands of federal I this
City, bureaucracy, country .
"A Rood spanking will bring thought twice before repeating twice with my Dad's belt. > R >. Maim H. turn 414004Wonbl -
It has do with the Bonneville Pow. is socialism than than 5.nla, 10 iM a..
une. to already more you home to him quicker any their mistakes. After that warnings were seedy Sekool tils car
; i er Administration extending its activities realiie. thing the seriousness of the situation Ellen Leventhal 18 of enough" declares Connie cab ClMM Sill, aauVlBto.

k ," save Mary Jane Brooklyn, explains her punish Kruger 17, of Vermillion, S. FJUT CRURI'1f 01' CHRIIT.ICIENTIIiT IMS North .M.J" W"
Bloomfield, 17, of Macon, Ga. ment this way; "I had to remain l"ATHOJ.lOCRtlII r.PIPRoIIIT
I \\1 That If you spank and confine the in the house. I hate to D.So, when these teenagers become act.. W. V.W A_... Nonk Harkoc(.' or Dow THS and 80_ Mal

Sitting Pigeon child, saya Elizabeth Sterling stay In, so I was as good as I parents themselves, it 5e54* -...- n. uhSdvnl '". .... T.11n....>..........rt 44...W.!711 n"5ad.y -
D. "It could be." looks ... ..
18. of Vermillion, S. as if their children are 11 >-
I The American motorist has been a sitting of that. On April 7th an. advisory referendum makes the child realize he )has James Oliver, 18, of Atlanta destined to get spanked too. Wdanda. I P'..... Yes.., Vrinlo.k4dalA. asQafbnet
SUulInt Rooan 10 K I p. d rhno > ..... 'M .... 10'N'
p pigeon for the road builders. Gasoline was held there. It called for an done wrong and gives him timeto ** Sunday Sad kolldm ud Filter 140 e halm 4:et M I M
'ii think about It." wwilim from t to .. 5nd ale .1'41, .-
f tales have gone up year after year, expression of voter sentiment on a pro "Spank him," declares Phyllis !. e. -
In state after state and have reached to Increase the GRACt MtTHODIST CHURCH CHARWHSCHURCBM
: I ar posal state gasoline tu. Liqurl. 13. of Springfield f NORTH FORT
the best recipe for folks Cane *l n..U >iid D..ta.
\ Ii ;r i level that no other necessity must carry. Close to one million votes were cast. And Mass. "The other answers are *.*. Kiss D.FUUMindw PRESBTTERUH: CBt.CS
... nuT !
: ff1. r:y, I f The theory has been aired that motorists the proposal was slaughtered by a six to just "too corny for 6-8-year- .w_hip SfkooU lentos,tits lice. .... 0-.11" Cot. .
r don't olds. ( newly moved to K. Y. r. lta tm.Mkte Dr. Terms J. Pwr.... ., ,
I f really mind that, in fact, theyare one margin. Reisonlni Rates Second St ... fits ,... W tM4'. sandy__'. II'tee .hold W..b.thU" ataaWeTb. +

willing and even eager to pay higher This his been hailed, with full accuracy, Nearly two-fifths feel that .Ith 6ht" .

':It fanes to finance road building programs as "an encouraging victory for motoristseverywhere. reasoning with the youngster Venice fiMMM SEVENTH Trail,DAY H ml.ADVINTIST MM of Ex 41 ROT. Pw'h I. .k_, p.-

,d on just about my scale. But there are ." And it is the kind of victory Is the best course of action NoIoo.. _.".,., Fll.ruler. BundM Brhool Wor.klpl e'.'15 VJ.Momliil > .
L Data
I ,:" signs that this theory is without basis that Is needed In all the other states and one-fourth advocate withdrawing I Tad one phone call (or coupon below), 5.55. Satgrdw. 1,10 .m.. te44 Conmtinltr' HrminltiH f.J. FwIT.
I"j some privilege. About idd hostess with baskets of gifts ind Psrw rant.-a "SO Tn .d.> _I....
I 1 and that the overtaxed motorist Is begini and In the federal government, which 15 per cent think a scolding Insufficient Information about the city, stir in jenu- UP LNCLENOU': cl

I; ring to lick up his heels In protest. levies a 4 cents tat on every gallon of punishment for child n \ ine' hospitality, ind you'll have I ,en. VENICB-NOKOM1K CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN: .. w. OwaMp.edy
.... .....
Wisconsin provides a concrete example buy. ren in the 8.8 age bracket. \ cross and delightful welcome. Just 11''._. fetid. A. Bo.U> Rio c-s
U are Tk a llaIte VmilnT.b .
Sue Greenberg IS, of Col- phon ...bMMl Mt11214nwh M.- as a.H.bdU
1'0 lingswood N. J., prefers reason "/- febooll. tl4l .... 11- eot M as...
//1" "I hate to hit children," she W.nhlp ROTrico Sundart .,18 .._ ca5rbNdda _
Danger Signal r.I........ EAU i| "'- Owdn S._
I ; ; explains."No CONG5L0ATioNALL'SellIVANOIUCAL
i'' ; punishment Is any good V\\elcou! oii AND RJ7seTba

'I'' It Is the avowed policy of the Administration sumers and industries Is at enormous (avals. unless you reason with the SAINT Milt'l IFMCOFAL CHURCH lea L 5.t.5A.r.bs ahIIo ",110

\ {it. to produce a business boom which So, Miss Porter writes, if this situation was child wrong and explain," declares why the Kathie act tale .... Dmfc Rlvtar DM at Sorrwta,......... B-*oc .......II Wd :..._0f0W r4Ir ':ARY.N.

I i it"I"I I Is not accompanied by Inflation. That is continues ". consumer prices are sure Shunk 16. of South Bend, Ind. PHONE *"--ao filt sea-Heir...*O--.tat ee.b.-. ace,. .5-dan Go"'... -"'" M
.. ?
I I a large order. to be affected. Small though most of the Larry Smith, 14, of Tacoma. ,-------------- .. .eF ewe ss ...II' We. ",AIp IfI.. .... .tth 55 eaut y 't::' :5aw
I Wash. thinks Pnye .tho :: =
i : s 'In one of her recent columns, the au.'L' price boosts are, they are widely scattered privileges, his a lasting effect WELCOME NEWCOMERS! I till W. Adult Chunk BffcU SoftoolII stay sad a.::Ca'x"a":. d r-t.Ache:: ;'

: thoritative writer on financial affairs, and as one expert emphasizes, 'This on children of this age" F Use this coupon to let us know you're bile I tee ... UnntlBt a.n-a Fnnr n4 a-d V.; .;...'k G_In/.ht. roe -----

; ; : Sylvia Porter, pointed to some of the usually means bigger things to come' And Wayne Brown 17 of >"" I u Ino.

I danger signals Wholesale prices are tend. Miss Porter is not She concludes B'acksburf' S. C., recommends II I pass? Amn? OTUKDH or VXNIOBithaH nNICa .
: a .
'Reason with him first and .nn rM L LIor ing upward. So are the prices of basic "The early warning system Is signaling then If It', repeated and after I CITY I I Ii reader Metals aA-L" as .. Pundy. ::' .: "It ..a
Orvlaa II lOt
a.14.lsbe at. ahesli
1 t' materials, both here and abroad and explaining why it was wrong, reedy e Ne tNa'
U.,10 "
that Inflation threat"And Please have the Welcome Hostess 4. ear'wddy.
now is only a there may be need of a spank D Wagon call on me I _,.. ew.ba Ida Perm area B.U.
1 1 ', 'J: the fncreases cover a very wide range. what the government does, In Its Ins" i O I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I W.d..da. Pta.ar MaMlin. rae ..m. wwehb10trl'H .....,... t0'M ..._____

xm : < I Wage hides are pending In the basic automobile Maybe the reason the teenagers O I already subscribe to the GONDOLIER I RUT CHRISTIAN! CHUBCHITMarlvUa CRArS'odjr '
1 industry end this will affect spending and fiscal policies, will be the are so quick to spank Fill out coupon and mill to Circulation Dept I af Ckrlat "tllCli IIAPT/ItT..... ...
whether thatis stems from tin fact that nearlythree.fifths 1110 Tplto Wes Dr. Old Pww
factor In determining
; hundreds of other Industries In all parts major Paatar 'Tla UT-amr"1 iw Artlo.. II.
rr a
and "
of the M
girls : [.I1'-: .;:.
& sxaalas, ass, a.... ...
t of the country. And spending- ; by both con tu be or tot t t. be the case. boys My spanking was the) wee.N", se a. nave: : Wwah.. 1141



MAY 21, 1764
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jl NPC CLUB NOTES Bridge Scores E'wood LegionTo ISBHKSftu

> Brldn Studio M.r IIlh, I p...

+ By MARGUERITE PETERSON 1-Mn NORTH-SOUTH. R. N. Gould and fits J. I. Install New thii&-& "
ts N .lon, '7. e
The North Port Woman's and the film I-J. K. Hill sad Harrr lUlmir, IIH
Club met on Thursday after' will be "HawaU Calls." Boat Club and their guests will l-Mn. 1. L. Contrail and II... L. V.
r .
riltman II
i noon. Thirty-eight members The Civic As8c'' on's board meet at 6.30: p.m. for a Covered EAST-WEST I Officer SlateENGLEWOOD
five guests attended. Mrs. i Dish "Chicken Dinner! .
and of
directors 1-Mrm. 1 W. ..
and II. Rids
a meets
Evelyn] Palmeter president Ing at 10 this morn- Please contact Mrs. Frank Morton, 10. DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONSVENICE
Y a.m at the _
CommunIty William
presided and Mrs. Dorothy Ut- Carroll concerning what to t-Mr Barn" Z*>rraM and HIM
ley served as temporary treas.peer bring;, call 426-1023. EUul! Morlioa, JIV4.lAdm. Haste WWII veteran of the SHOPPING CENTER WEST VENICE AVENUE
i President Carl Meyer R 0. Rubs ud toriurdMn. Marine Corps, was unanimously
urges After
in the absence of Mrs. all the the regular business "'-.... 74afdn
Payne. members and> those who meeting at 7:30 a wildlife filmon e'adl.. III., lillo, l..1.Ad. ... elected commander by Englewood -
forace might be InteresLed to attend '- .... ..d H,.. R. C. H.t.n. n Legionnaires at the
Secretary Eileen Millett read these the life and habits of the .
meetings Morton and Mrs I. ] RESTAURANT SPECIALS
letters of appreciation from all I beaver, will be shown. !''i..n.77... annual election of Lemon Bay
q -- l-Mn Uwto / Un.nl. ud Mn. Port
;the organized churches fcn There Canfield urgesall Run Reran,, ne.
14 North Port Charlotte which received out for tha very good turn. the members to attend and C-C.L vino.fit Ulioa and Born... Haste, an active legionnaire
Hobby .
w a generous gift from the last Wednesday Club's at Warm picnic bring a friend. ""rooodm.n.'....... Clnb B"..Mew HA. 1 p... for many years served M post THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Mr. Allan Is !' commander in 195558.
club. The Men's Garden Club Mineral program
l Springs The group chairman. I-M.. R. H. Owld sod II... I. I.
1 extended an invitation to all enjOYed a day" of !'N.ba 1GB'1 %. Other officers elected were:
I the ladies to attend their meeting and bathing swimming -0- .- -Wll.O>l...,Vlncmt 101. Dlum and Dr. X. r. First vice-commander, Ben CHICKEN & SALMON GROUND BEEF '
The Tuesday night Community Lane second vice-commander
,. on Wednesday, at which The club meets each Wednea- M-Mn. J.ima 0. KalM and Mrs ;
time Mr. Normand K. Patton day Sing will be held after the cans Harrlwn. 1.1.Hor" Whitford Barkley; finance of.
"'s 1 of Venice will show slides and Community morning Center at 1:30: at the election returns are counted. '-itA 8T-WF.8T, RMe.r red I. t. RILL 17'''. I fleer, Mrs Mildred Stancar; DUMPLINGS CROQUETTES & MACARONI

I speak on the subject of "Day. Come on out for a good time 1-Mm. I. H. Move and MlM Eth.1 chaplain, Louie D Sheppard i
-0. with your neighbors MorUon. 100%. sergeant-at-arms, Amon R.
t !lilies. Seventy-six North Port Char t-Mta. (.arao Plow and II... B.rnard
Introduced -- PrMdman 55,4.5Me. Dunham; assistant sergeant 82 a2E 111th
1 The guests were lotte residents (
were on hand The First D. A. .., ..
f Mesdames Glenna Jones, Min. early last Monday Baptist Church of C G.ed.nw H.th. and III. C. at-arms, A .V. Perkins; service 1
morning to '
North Port won In the Sunday V.B i.oI'an.. officer Ernest Thelin; hlstor
'. tile Runkle, Marge Topping, make the trip to Busch Gardens B. AI Jounnar Jr..
Mildred Brennan Irene Ken in Tampa. The Civic Association School Contest in competitionwith n.n"d... 8tnill. Maj tea, | .... Ian, Mrs. Fay Glsscott
nine other Independent !' Members of the board of directors
and Sue Wilhelm. Both 'iOItTH-SOUTH
.. von 1.frs. Topping and Mr. Ken. large busses had for chartered this outing two and This Baptist will Churches be their in second the state.yearto I-rot.Rrlnur' ., W.14I 1L. Tamlin.s red Harry White, elected E A. included Bartholomew John, Complete Sunday Dinner 99c r
yon were named as new members the group spent -Mm Bartu mil. Mrs K. L.
a most
delightM hold the prize trophy. The B.nhalon, m. Charles Yale and William
of the Club.
day watching the birds and Rev. Mr. Cuthbertson l-Mn. R. a CcnwarUl. and Mrs AEASr Herdman. e.a ae
reports '. ..
Mr Joeeph Girard, graphologist the bird show (
School and director for Retarded of the Child.Loveland Ing Wer's dinner Restaurant together as well as at hav-the they Sunday had a School B8 per cent attendance.increasein ... It-w'SlTJJI a. Posit and Mn. Ruth The officers-elect at the annual will installation be inducted REFRIGERATOR DEFROSTER E UTILITY CART J

located in Venice near the The goal set for the young Irt: TomlttuMi: : and I. K. Hill. ceremony, to be held joint.
ren was the Gardens They left Tampa at lOG'%. C DCHOSTS IN MINUTES
during the contest wasa Iy with the ladies auxiliary on i ie
guest speaker. Mr. Girard stated 3 pm. and arrived home at free 3- Mn FUanor aelaoeblUM and MlM ENDS DEFROSTING "MESS PASTE! a HAULS UP TO 200 IIS.
week at and those Monday night, June 8.
camp Pip. 10.
that no tuition is asked of 5:10.: tired after a long day bringing in the most V.ilu, C.nlr.ct BrUn Club. Initial for the Memorial [ASICI.e ft
the students: and this worthy but ready to do it again. Mr. Mrs Silk, rue e...
Mary Sharp first Service WHEELS
place; Terry NORTH-80VTH Day Community ALL ALUMINUM' CASE
work is being carried on John Boyle, director in charge, Lynn Cuthbertson second and 1-111,00 Eth.l! Mortis. ... Mil. I. I. conducted each year by Lemon .
through numerous fund raisins aald that Nub. HI.Mr. s y CARRIER A HOOK AT.
plans are being made Faye Roth, third. These will attend '- .. J.mr a. Mobs and Mee Carbt Bay Poet were discussed TACHMENTS !
projects and those Interested for another such trip again in .. ""
Christian Youth Camp in H.rrloon 110' and the following committeeof
. enough to contribute to this the fall.Both Tampa in I-Mn. Harry La......> and Col Ira ; L CONVERTS EASILY KlI
July. Nikon III. arrangements were announced WORMS .. tCHARCOAL
ciuse. John and Rita Boyle Forty-two members attended <-Mn. Ma-Mark and A. 0. Ctraptwlt, by Commander EC- SO PASTFROZEN MANY USES
+ The Mother's Day theme was have worked bard to make this the Fellowship of Baptist for LA Ill'v bT.WEST' cles: C. F. celnbotham, I. b ,
I used in the decor and delicious trip a success and deserve a Home Missions held at the I-Ad. and 101... R. O. H.oO'e. n. chairman; John White. Jay FOODS r '
I refreshments were served. Thee great deal of thanks They'rethe 1--lInnal' Ye.wlmm and W. Prbr WONTTHAWI I
newly formed Calvary Baptist 110.IMr.. Fitting, Louie Sheppard, SHAPED LIKE (} I
refreshment committee included greatest! Church at Fort Mvers Beach and Mr. R. V. H.nHlfr., 111, Charles E. Yale, George Austin ICI CUSS tRAY 2G8 tjt
, .
Mesdames Mildred Woods, -o.. This is a mission church! cf the '-111.....H i. BtinnM and Ptur Halpr. ], William Haste and William US 4
chairman, Lillian Nordmark The Women's Society of 111. 4.95 VALUE VALUE
First Church of North E. Herdman I
i and Irene Kenyon. Alice Au Christian Service of Trinity Port Charlotte Baptist end has been _ _ _ _
t and Mrs. Allan Dagg were in Methodist Church of North pastored by The Rev. D Wise.
I charge of decorations. Port Charlotte had 19 ladies man, a member of this local LIGHTER
Program Chairman Viola present at their picnic at Warm church: The Rev Bob Smith CLOSED FOR VACATIONFrom ALARM CLOCK I
I Lessard announced Mrs Irene Mineral Springs. Nine! members was the guest speaker at the ELECTRIC I
i Ktnyon will be the speaker at of the society attended evening service. : a40-HOUR ALARM CLOCK
the next meeting in June and the Officers Training Clinic at On May 29 the Senior High FASTI SAFE! ODORLESS! jl SPRING WOUND
will speak on ceramics and also WesUey Memorial Methodist Young People of the Church MAY 23! UNTIL JUNE 16 MADI IY ClIROMAtOX i.I LOUD 1m ALARM' Ii Re I '
demonstrate how to make Church in Fort Myers last will attend a semi-formal ban A7 ) I
. objects at the !meeting week. quet at the T.os Novedodas Restaurant BAY-VISTA I BEPENDAIll
-0i The ladies, meet the first in Tampa This will te e GUARANTEED 8 1 _, Z
The Volunteer Firemen and Monday of each month at 2 sponsored by the Indep.nd M !
. Auxiliary anticipate a large pm. Baptist Churches of the Florida RESTAURANT. COCKTAIL LOUNGE I! J5S
crowd at the Barbecue Saturday Mrs. Robert Orr is president./ I West Coast and approximated! : )86 B D
since they have sold well -- 60 young people are expectedto Beach Rd. & SR 775 Englewood 3.45 .1. VALUE ,
rvrr 500 tickets. Members of the North Port attend. VALUE

the The ladies Keystone Kitchen Quartet Band will and ..... ......,; a "A :-.>>.r.ri... -........: ---.-..---.-.--.&;;.a;;..... ......_

during be part the of afternoon.the entertainment Amongthe ROLAID 49 CHAISE' LOUNGE

numerous prizes are a TABLETS .89o Size, FOLDS FOR EASY CARRYIN4OR
transistor radio a large 15-Inch a G?eAr! STOKAftE
doll with complete outfit, : MADE OP P ALUMINUMtuslNG
trading' stamps, gasoline, J SIMILAC I "
meals at leading restaurants, VACI'TION 19 a STURDY WEBBINft7iM VARIED COLOR
etc. t I
They will start serving at : .1- C STRAND WELLING'
won and will serve until 3 d .
p m. You must have your tick. ,<' 12S VALUE
. et to be served. There will be "I OsieaDayMULTIVITAMINS 1O!)
mme extra chicken for those and r
who may not hove tickets but 1.98 Site '. \ LI LI \
those holding tickets will be r ;: MAY 51 FOLDED ;)
served first. The weatherman al MAD. ,INTO A'oV
promises to cooperate and give DOANS r ,
M nice weather. 57c

Volunteer The North Fire Department Port Charlotte deserves NEW FORD PILLS' 85e Size. .. f: LAY N CHAIR

your full support. If 'Ow

you haven't paid your subscription : V I AIRISIS a I- REVERE ALUMINUM
make checks payableto 6.4 TUBINft '
the North Port Charlotte C STURDY VARIED f
Volunteer Fire Dept. and send HAIR TONIC. 1.09 She WEDGING COLORit
to Mr. Warren La Fleur, 238Agreaa J.6.3I STRAND

The Fire Department and Colgate 6 ifjf{.
Auxiliary will hold their regular ".- 4
. meeting next Thursday ':' 'f! :1! rOOTH'AST',51.. '
evening, Mry 28 at 1:30: p.mat 1244 ,I 4
the Community Center.
See you at the Barbecue; this MILDEWBAGS VALUE
. Will be a real fun day for all 19 c I
the family.
The fliird Thursday afternoon
<< each month ha* been set
side at the North Port Charlotte HAIR SPRAY _98 e ACCURATEWHITE MODERN DESIGN
Community Center in art a ENAMELNoll
ter that all residents may be. Adv. frond l.TJ SIMBARBECUE' FINISH'
ome better acquainted. This e HEAVY DUTY

it new the project newer la .especially of resident the Civic,aimed that Association My from N

they may have the opportunity VALUE _
1 10 meet their neighbors and afford both !
, At can S
lao in learn our of city.the many activities our price you CHROME PLATED GilD

The program. for th. meetings WITH HANDLESCRANK
will be varied and flex Get away from old ear worrle! Our sales are et a record high so you can count on e ILEVATIN CAR SEAT
ible. All members are urged Trade 'em to us and hit the road In a new Total record aavings.Ourselection Is Industry's wid IIt- MECHANISM' '"
to attend and cordially we4- Performer from Ford. Head for the hills breeze to so you'll find the Ideal model for your family. your I FOLDING LIASSUN : SPRING CUSHIONED "
and test drive Ford, Falcon orFalrlane. CONTOURED FOR SAP!
finances. Come In a
Cane oar new neighbor Refreshments the beach..with that carefree feeling you get from
will r* served. solid Super Torque Ford, the smoothest, steadiest, hardtop, convertible, wagon, or any vacation 9(1 :LONG SAG
Treasurer Helen Rocks and Di- strongest ear In Its class by hundreds of pounds. .ready Ford during our big Vacation Sale 5 G LASTING
rotor John Boyle are in 9.
charge of arrangements. VALUE
This month's get-together 1.9S 14LJ
party will be at 2 p.m. today. ti VALUE
The Civic Association will HELMET _
hold Its regular meeting on
Wednesday, May 27 at 7:SO p. C FEATHER LIGHT
I1at the Community Center I ADJUSTABLE TO

sal any Iron N as N s f.loen Xwdlsp. ANY HEAD SIZE

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Top Records .-- .I ,; .,\'" ,, -' ; VHS Concert Sunday For LovelandThe I

W. Bemm, ways and means Members of the Venice
Compiled by Bona Sears Venice High School Band lum with the cooperationof School art classes High
Gilbert Youth Service, Inc. and Chorus will stage a benefit Joseph Gerard, director of chairman, officials. uting their talents are conlnb
The Beatles are till coasting at the top of our national concert for the building fundof the Loveland School, said a the school fit by making to the pens.
survey with their goodie "Do You Want To Know A Secret." the Loveland School for :Retarded I turnout of 7,000 persons is expected "This benefit by the high publicize the posters to help
Another Beatle disc, "Can't Buy Me Love," has dipped downto 1i Children at 1:30: p.m. Gerard said the program school students for retarded hibit of work done event.by An art ex.
i school stad- was arranged by Frank children is heralded as an extremely the pupils
number two after fix weeks on the chart. The Beatles' big. Sunday the high ," declared of Loveland SchOOl l
--- worthy act 'lliU
gut contenders, the Impressions, are chanting "I'm So Harrison, president of shown at the First NatlwS
Ralph I
Proud," and with good reason. Their smash has taken a jump Bank of Venice and
I'' the Venice unit of the SouthSarasota the W\,
from number 17 to number 10. Associationfor i ice-Nokomis Bank.
I Terry Stafford, who put up quite a fight for first place, P y the Retarded.County Similar sentiments Local Boy Scouts
dropped from second to 12th place with his great sound, ; will assist
: were expressed by the band and chorus with
"Suspicion. I Mrs. C. B. Meder, president of Ing arrangements seat
"It's during
New additions: Roy Orbiaon, broken-hearted because the
but it looks like it's the Englewood group. performances
Over gives us our first new addition, The Sunday concert will be
Just beginning for Roy. free and open to the public. Funds from the concert win
The ever-popular Beatles score again with their new Gerard noted, however, that go toward the building fund of
dealer! ] "Love Me Do," in the number 18 spot. Last are the tickets for the event have been Loveland School for which Ron

Reflections Pick hit, :acting The star"(Just of the Like new) Romeo hit musical and Juliet."Funny" Girl"and -.- .. ..- .,. ....... shine printed Press and for donated which by a small Sun. Arone aid Arose, "Only Is$2,000 chairman Is currwt Saiii,

+ one of the hottest names in show business Miss Barbara donation will be asked. The ly in the building fund, and w,
I I I Slrle and, has a winner with her tremendous new ballard t tickets. will entitle the holder to need $10.000" in orr to ut*n
"People. reserved seat in the grand
i I i a
This Last Tw Weeks" NEVER MIND THE KEY- eA eland Arone pointed out that
i Week Week Weeks Song and Reeording Artist The List Postmaster J. Douglas Ar- The tickets will be availableat land School has been granted Love.
f nail bypasses the door to his Gift Shop, and In the
Young's acreage
Secret"Beatles county's
:' 1 3 3 "Do You Want to Know a i "South
... .. ., . .. ... I office as he steps in throughthe +' Hart's Import House !k> downtown 40," located between U S.
damaged front panel "-" and also will be Highway 41 and
2 1 1 "Can't Buy Me LoYe" BeaUeoa .. IIa -k taa.are.ri Venice the Englewood
: T 8 "Bits and Pi'H" knocked out when a car sold in the community by representatives Road, where the South County

Dave Clark Five . . ..... 4 jumped the curb last week of the Loveland courthouse facilities will b.
and rammed the front of the School. situated.
4 I T "Don't Let The Rain Come Down"
Serendipity Singers. ... ...., 4 building. Inset photo shows
G\Jy" Mary Wells ....... 3 Arnall as he stepped insideto
S 9 12 "My '
8 8 10 "Ronnie" Four Seasons ....... 3 the view' car the was damage removed.just after In i f GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL
Louis Armstrong 11
T 4 5 "Hello DoI1y" -
photo to right PatrolmanBill
8 18 11 "Dud Men'a Curve" Jan & Dean 3 Kruger make out his 5 Out
8 11 IS "Shan IIrI-La" Carry .
at the .
Vie DanalRobtort Maxwell . .. 5 report scene.High _

10 17 "Y'm So Proud" Impressions. 2 BUCKET of.
It "It's ()woT" Roy OrbiOOn ... 1 ',nn :an per .
9'I 12 2 4 "Suspicion" Terry Stafford .... 3 ?( *

II 4 J3 J3 13 "That's The Way Boys Are"
Lesley Gore . . . 4
U 15 20 "White on White"-Danny Williams 3 Coin Club Adds 50t I CONA MeetingSet ChIcken
.., 71e
15 II 2 'Twi8t and Shout' Beatles School News
JZ: 11 "Glad Alt Ovu" Member To Its Roll TomorrowZoning
Den Dark Fire .. ....._.... 10
17 19 19 "Money" KingsmPn .. ....... 4 The Venice Area Coin and WHOLE 21/2 LB.
IS "Love Me Do" BeaUes . .. 1 By DIANE LEMIART and GENE EDDY Currency Club met Wednesday regulations the and water for $2e 60
pollution are on agenda
I May 13, in the CommunityRoom
Members of the National this one the best evert I discussion at the meeting of CHICKEN ((10 Piece)
of Sarasota Savings
Honor Society still hard at At their regular this the Sarasota Council of
are meeting
& Loan Co. During the interim County WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW
work planning the annual evening, the Keyettes will elect between the April meeting Neighborhood Assns. tomor i/i DOZEN HOT ROLLS
Awards Night, which will be one of their members to serveas
held in the High School gym district president, and 50th and member the May joined meeting the club.the row.The meeting will be at 8 p.m.in (tall orders packed in foil lined buckets)
nasium on the evening of June another to serve as district the community room of
DIMES He is Frank Dalglelsh, 436 Bay. Phone Ahead order will be
1. The purpose of this programIs secretary. They will also make crest Drive, Venice.At First Federal Savings & Loan your ready
to recognize the hard work final plans for their scholar Assn. Venice office. PHONE 488-5075
and achievement of the students ship and other unfinished business this meeting six more
throughout the year. joined. They are Gordon Stru- Chemists believe the Great W. T. GRANT CO.
Any club, organization, or In- -0- ble Jr., J. D. Tucker, Mrs. H. Salt Lake is one of the nation's
TOYS & CARD SHOP U Spaunburg E. R Dunn,
dividual wishing to honor a richest potential sources of CENTER
student or students during this As the school year draws toa Mrs. R. L. Tilt and Lloyde magnesium. I
program, please contact Diane close many of the activitiesare Parsons.
529 The Rialto Lenhart at 488-W16. for entertainment insteadof The door prize, a United
-0- fund-raising, etc. Membersof States Proof set was won by
VENICE SHOPPING CENTER Always striving for improve the DCE Club honored their H. E. McKrell of North Port
ment the National Honor Society 'employers at an Employer. Charlotte. A lively] auction,
is already looking ahead to Employe] Banquet at Fisher conducted by Ronald Reed, fol. Take advantage of these bank services
ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN man's Wharf on May 19, while lowed the business meeting. \
next year. At the regular meetin Vacationbound rf to make yours a truly care-frc trip.
the Newspaper Staff will
? last Wednesday, the new go r
officers were selected. Jim casual at a beach party on Traveler's Chocks
11x14 PORTRAITTUES. Van Keuren has been selectedto May 24 The hard-working O)) fJ1f1m Personal Checking Ac out
members of the Annual Staff ?
serve as president; Carole b letter of Credit
Austin, vice-president: Pam will have their annual banquetat
Safe boxes
the Columbia Restaurant on deposit
Payne secretary; Beverly M OTHER BOOKJ ATTRACTIVE
WED. THURS. Elsa, treasurer; and Susan St. Armand's Key in Sarasota ANO LOOKING SM" TAM06SEAT. Trust services
next Tuesday evening.
Murphy, historian. WHY SHOULD Mail deposit
I -0- THE POOR Letters of Introduction
May 19-20-21 The chorus will be busy rightup -::=OLD=:
until graduation with their A nondenominational! Bible BATHROOM," Before leaving, visit the bank.There is no

many programs. They will Study series is being held this BE kEPT. SOOUT.OF. 'i charge for many of these services. For others,
have their Spring Concert this week and three evenings have !C::, iMODERNIZE
the cost is small ,,, but they will give a big
Friday, May 22; put on a program been spent in interesting dice
for Loveland School for cussion. Dr. Russel Kauffman. i lift to your fun and peace-of-mind.

Retarded Children on Sunday; Indianapolis, Ind., heads the !
and sing for the Junior Wom- series which are open to all of i II/1S111/fM.t'/ .1I T YAA W kdXaFIRST
an's Club on Monday. They will the area's youth. The meetingthis .uw,www,.w
$1 sing finally for Baccalaureateon evening will be held at the nnTionniBRiiK OF VENICE

May 31, and Graduation on Venice Gardens Recreation
June S. Center. Swimming and supper "* fatatl V ROSBA '
-0The (bring your own box supper) *'=1tTON/ G'foot'
4Y Cheerleaders will begin will commence at 0 o'clock and y )
their money-raising endeavorsthis the message and discussionwill _
Plus Saturday with a bake sale begin at 8 p.m.
Sales and animal sale. Stuffed animals -
Tex made by the girls, will
be sold i

10a.m.'til 5 p.nt. Daily The Lions -0-Club will sponsor
an All-Sports Banquet for the LOOK
Lettermen's Club on May 28 in
( Except 12:30: 1:30)1 : ) the High School Cafeteria.

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Members of the Home Economics
classes held an exhibitIon -
FULL POSE of all their projects on
Tuesday, May 19, and served
YOUR CHOICE OF POSES refreshments to friends and
relatives who were interested COMPARE

CHILDREN TO AGE 12 In the girls' accomplishments. ,


The Keyettes, never resting, J
will hold their last Hootenannythis S4.a
coming Monday at 7 p.m. I 3
By Band B Portraits in the gym. This will be a I
grand finale with all of the MOVE !
old favorites back again, so
everybody come help make a t}

I f I grand opening Let Sarasota Federal help you move

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MAY 21, W4

Irea. Dancers Give Recital Tonic,hi Janie Bruin I Restauranteur Shares Prize I

I..41 students of Byron Will HeadRainbow Family Recipe For Chicken
L in Venice will
SU'1'0' ap. -
i The Gingham Girl Girls A restauranteur from Buffalo The curried chicken recipe
at Gulf Theater today (N. Y.) whose business establishments Hayes contributes today to a
'o piif" *- make everythingby specialty in his restaurant and
',fl the guest artists will Miss Janie Bruin, daughterof hand (even to the crackingand was given to his mother by a
11-(I s Lois White. Miss Ven. Mr and Mrs Charles Bruinof ahreading of fresh coco- Madagascar Frenchwoman 65
who will live excerpts Nippmo Trail, will be installed nuts for the cakes and pies) is years ago.
,, oie skit she will present as worthy advisor of y today's contributor to The Curried Chlrken
.H Mi 's Florida Pageant h h Order of Rainbow for Girls ars' GONDOLIER food column. 4 lbs chicken, cut into sections .
Huns; in Sarasota next Sunday at 2 p.m at Masonic s' Harold Hayes and his wife

ih. Temple 1 1M 1tk came here to male.. their homein I large onion
,. N.ncy Byron Wetmore, The public Is invited and refreshments aw Nokomis four 3 tt*. cooking oil or chicken -
be ruest professional and will be served In 1' years ago andh fat ,
,. Wffidcl, Susan Randall the dining room after the Installation '""t e commutes : 1 large tomato or 1 cup <
I Marie' Paquette will also service. several times a canned tomatoes
",zest irtists. Installing officers win be year to Buffalo. 2 level tablespoons Grosse
,_,. Myrtle Byron Llebelic'i j Miss Norma Owen, installing They had previously and Blackwcll's curry
the classes. officer; Mrs. Linda Lynn, In- wintered powder ft!
I In in-tion with the show, 1\ j 1 v stalling marshal; Miss Nancy In Lauder- Accent salt, pepper. to tsst..
h" last approximately I Cooper, installing chaplain; MISS JANIE BRt'IXer dafe) by the Heat fat in a heavy kettle.
;r a family color and Mis Carol Lane installing re ; Miss Janis White, outer observer Sea until visiting : Peel and slice onion and add to
l' ,pe movie, "Tama- corder; Mrs. Lester Wendt installing ; Miss Mary Piper, choir here, after fat; cover and cook slowly until
,i mil be shown. Adult ad.n ) musician and Miss director, and Miss Janice l :jnhich they decided onion is tender, stirring occasionally.
w !11 1 be 75 cents and +; t tJ Marcia Baird, soloist Brewton, musician /'a.. I to make Add chicken and tomato
be Mrs. Louise Webb serves as and enough water to cov
r-i will admitted for a Hayes their home in
the croup's mother advisor.
I ''a Other officers who will be this area. I er.Cook
p students will present a Jewish Center Hayes was an interior decorator I slowly until chicken
i SPS and waltz clog num- "Sp Installed Sunday areMiss: Linda as a young man until his feels almost tender when a
And be -inners will present Rose Stevenson, worthy as Has Square DancePORT business collapsed during the fork is stuck into It; add cur
sociate advisor Miss Dianne
t.. ni. 'ry rhyme numbers. ; depression Having been given ry powder and simmer until
Lash, charity; Miss Sharon CHARLOTTE A tender turning the chicken -
'j-g intermediates will an ususual candy recipe book I very
''tnt a Schubert classical Morton, hope; Miss Willene square dance sponsored by the one year at Christmas and be- occasionally lift chicken i
: b ,:et number and olderc Hendrix, faith; Miss Lynette Port Charlotte Jewish Community coming; adept at candymaking out into pans to cool. Add accent
d intermediate stu- Younger( recorder; Miss Lou- Group will be held at as a hobby, after his business salt and pepper to contents
,, ballet "Valse Brlllani ella Kirby, treasurer; Miss the Jewish Center at Utica failed he began making and of kettle and thicken it
Georgia( Williamson, chaplain Avenue and Sherwood Street selling candy. He next added a with flour. Let come to a boll.
and Miss Susan Capasso drill at 7:30 Pick meat off bones and add to
Rrndall's sole, on point, Saturday : p.m bake oven, and afterward
.. _.. "
.i leader.
< Serve boiled
!be 'Sylvia Ballet" afterh --- Some of the featured dances opened a small restaurant. the gravy. over
Also, Miss Sandy Badger, will be contras and Some time later he rice.
the advanced younger STAGE DEBUTS AND "just another show" costume cheats at dress rehearsal After the squares opened a
love; Miss Diane Peterson religion rounds. tea in home he had Serves six.
room a
-li will present a ballet for the advanced students
will take place tonight hour-long show, theater-goera will lee a color
ktr in short tutus. Small at Gulf Theater when the 41 area students and cinemascope family movie, "Tamahine.. ; Miss Mary Martin, nature Inexperienced dancers may formerly decorated while in ,
Miss Alise Angel Im- participate in free instruction that business
-'' t.te: students will do of ; a
Byron Dance
Studio in their Students are, left to right Misses Diane Ba
mortality Miss Norma Owen, session in which basics of
; The restaurant "The Quaker
:> variety number of annual "
recital "The Gingham Girl Revue, Sara Havenstrile Wendel and
nine Debby fidelity; Miss Sherry Cham these dances will be taught by Bonnet" is small but famous
,h, march, polka and can. at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Myrtle Byron Liebel studio Emma Boyd,
berlain patriotism; Miss Nancy Edward Newton of Sarasota. for Its cuisine The company I
i nces owner, right Is shown
t the Wendel will appeare making minuteL Cooper, service; Miss Inez Miss Ruth Fierman is chairman specializes in ice creams and I
'\ Major in an exceprt Stevenson confidential observ- and J. Tackler and Mrs. bakery products, both of whichare
Coppelia Ballet, the Vii. y n n e Hamilton Michele I Small advanced (third year ------- Frances of North Port Char- shipped by air to all parts
Scene, with all the ad. Wright, Paula Wilson, Darlene'! i students): Wendy Spurge, lotte are ticket chairman. Mrs. of the country on special order.
od classes! and the large Swope, Kathlene Butler Jennifer Lynn Jones, Barbara Thompson Kenneth Donahue Will Teach Minnie Fierman is refreshment A member of the Gourmet
-mediate students takings Hamilton, Judy Whitney, Kristie Hamman and Vic- chairman. Club, Hayes also Is interestedin
Roxanne Holmes, Susan Whitney kl Abbott. There will be door prizes and magic, gardening ceramics,
; Wetmore will do a mod. Vicki Clapp and Ellie Large intermediates (second Art On New College StaffKenneth refreshments will be served. A painting and jewelry Mrs. SERViSOFT I If

I 3 number and there will Clapp. year students): Sally Murphy, donation of 75 cents will be requested Hayes )is interested in birds:
acrobatic: Charleston and Small Intermediates (second Lisa Meyers, Gretchen Dank. Donahue, director of tlons of drawings, small sculp- and has Identified 70 species
numbers year students) Diane Barone, lefs and Janet Duke Ringling Museums in Sarasota, ture and modern art were de on their Nokomis grounds. ---
r tap
fa students who will par. ,,Gigl Boyd, Karen Butler Dorothy Large advanced (third year has recently been named ad- veloped.A Home Club MeetsAt {'
ite are: Freeman, Kathy Hardee students): Melissa Murphy, junct professor of art at New member of the governing
Pam Mitchell, Pam Britton and Rebecca and Sara Hav- fRI
class Tra- Curry College. Ramsdell Home
aary beginner : council of the Southeastern Museums
1 cinder, Linn Vercheskl SuHirel :Jackie Valderama.Compare. contrite. Announcement of the appointment Conference of the American Mrs Guy A Ramsdell of JAMES J T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC.
Cynthia Clapp, Jan. was made by New Association of Museums, 812 Riviera St., will be hostessto ,
M.tthews' Donna Van Orsi College Provost and Dean, Dr. Donahue is also chairman of the Venice Area Home Dem- n3uranc
i .Muriel Royal and Betsy Daniels-Watson Nuptials Said John W. Gustad. the Fine Arts Committee, the onstration Club at Its workshop

I An internationally known Florida World's Fair Authority session on May 28 from 10 a. Eslvb/ilAeJ 1929
i ttember beginner class: Miss Shirley Watson, daughter Watson of Laurel became the scholar on the baroque period, and a member of the executive m. to 2 p.m. at her home. 1 243 W. VENICE AVE.
+e Boyd, Tammy Brown I of Mr. and Mrs. William bride of Robert Daniels of Donahue will lecture to the committee of the Florida Arts Members and guests are asked VENICE, FLORIDAPHONE
Laurel on May 10 at 3 p.m. at charter class beginning September Council. He is listed in Who's to bring sandwiches. Theyare Select and Consult an Independent
Johnson Chapel Laurel. of 1964. Who In America Who's Who also requested to bring
Agent at
The groom Is the son of Mr. Donahue is a native of Louisville In the South and Southwest, samples of new ideas in craft- 4884891 I Insurance youwould
and Mrs Mozell Daniels of Ky., and received his and Who's Who In Art. He is work and a dress to be re-hem your Doctor or
Coffee County, Ala. Bachelor of Arts degree/ from married and has two children. med. -.w." ><_ ....._,,,-.. .,"';"!""'f .
The single-ring ceremonywas the University of Louisville. I -- -. -_._., ..........
performed by The Rev. N. He was awarded his master's
Get the best car rental deal fromlCONOCAR R. Herring Miss Giratha Shaw degree In art history at New
was organist and Mrs. Beatrice York University and completed
Beckon, soloist. The bride all preparatory work for a
was given in marriage by her doctorate on 16th, 17th and 18th

( father century European painting and
The bride was attended by criticism
the only'difference is the low price Miss Sandra Sims as maid of In 1947 he studied Italian

honor and Miss Annie Pearl I baroque painting in Italy 0
Offers you MORE Costs you LESS McNeal as bridesmaid Willie Trance and England through a m
Brayant was best man and fellowship awarded by the
S FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40% Emory Shaw and James Beckon American Council of Learned
were ushers. Societies He later was named
Delivery cards honored
Credit The reception was held at lecturer and curatorial assistant

g Safety Seat-Belts By the hour, day, the home of the bride's grandmother for the Frick Collection in

Gas Oil Insurance week or month New York City. ALL
had been the
The bride is a 1962 graduateof He with Ring-
Booker High School. The ling Museum since 1953 when STOCK
was graduated from he joined the staff as curator. SPRING
I groom FRI
Drive our New In 1957 he was named director SUMMER s
Elba (Ala.) High School and ,
automatic shift 9 9 Is employed by Ewell C"n- : and immediately began expanding "
struction Co. Museum activities He TOro9 SAT
2-door VALIANTS. $3 ,
11II ...,....'If instigated an annual opera $5.00
Also, other fine tsMtaNan. season and a summer festivalof G ep Dresses
CHRYSLER PRODUCTS St. Mary's Guild Baroque and Restoration MAY
Nrr ..- s. mill plays. Through his efforts an
at slightly higher rates.: Meets Tomorrow art history library and collec-

Mrs. A Bradford Smith will a
JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO preside at the first meeting of VGALUESroupTO Dresses
the newly organized St. Mary'aGuild
RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096 of St. Mark's Episcopal YOURCAR
Church tomorrow at 10 a.m, at '

GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER the church parish hall. VALUES TO $10 o
Hostesses will be Mrs. Ron \ $6 00 BARGAIN
Britton and Mrs. Virginia CHEzesCKS LINED .
Venice Shopping Center Higle. .t.1. Shifts i ,I TABLE

CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER A baby-sitter will be provided dd .45 Bill rhiiiips to **
at the parish hall. d Value
RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING. Mrs. Kaup will give her What should you do at the : VALUES I Sleepwear
--- year's activities report at the scene of an accident? Let'i $5.00
watch hated po.W car rend IJWI- i Shorts Sets
if laoo
meeting. hope you don't have one, but All s
you do be sure to get information ,

....... about the driver of the
--- Sd Bras
-'- .,-.r y --M-, '--'>" other car, the owner, passengers VALUES TO Biflex
and data about the dam- :
age to the other car. Get L1, 0 :
YOU CAN'T GO names of witner-es whether 'c Handbags$2.00&$4.0 a ':: Sizes
hostile or friendly. Be courteous Broken
and don't lose your tem

r per.A. PRINTS & SOLIDS 0 0 ;: d .
woman traveling by car .
without a man should: Know Blouses\ NAN PAGE REGISTE R
her route very well. Plan it out
r In advance, even making reservations O
ahead for overnight HUNDREDS r
lodging Be sure to watch the ........... ... '
guage. If the car gets too hot MISSIES DRESSES : 5112'12 to 24'12 ',
the needle will move to the DRESSES .... Sizes
Candidate For "H." An running too SIxE ORESS
,,.. Your Republican engine HALF ,
hot can cause you expensive BARGAINS! nra

SARASOTA trouble. BIG Nr1A g
Mow Is your teenager's driving SAVINGS
attitude Does he yield

COUNTY COMMISSIONER right of way? Will he try to !
avoid creating a hazardous sit. SUMMER VALUES SpAia
uation? Does he avoid carelessness .
District # 5 in driving? Is he attentiveat inn mil msMimy
the wheel? Does he let other
ROBERT M (BOB) WRIGHT members of the family drive

SPONSORS! without a scene? If you can
NOT BURDENED WITH INCUMBENT answer "yes" to most of these,

PRESSURE GROUP LOYALTIES! vour new driver will do just
NOT ENCUMBERED BY fare It.-you DESERVEa at Intervals when red star appears on cash register tape.
COMMUNITY! new ear. You work hard all

ONE ALL SECTIONS OF week, you support the family, i THE COTTON FAIR
ENTIRELY FREE TO REPRESENT try to be a good father and
EQUALLY; NOT ONE AT THE EX- you pay all the bills. Why not
THE COUNTY CO first class with a brand new 234 S. Tamlaml Trail

this week and talk to one of our II
VOTE WRIGHT MAY 26 experienced salesmen.' They y iI I 1

have the right car for your ,

needs. \
(Paid Political Xdvtrtitemenf) .
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1 j # Tomato Juice. .4 46-oz.cons $1.I a Sliced Bacon lb. 55'

I I' Swift Premium Boneless Smoked
Name Brand Feature, Libby

Baked Beans 6 .t2; $1. D J Daisies. . Ib. 59c

Libby's Pineapple-Grapefruit I Cop land's Tasty Fresh Sliced

00 ::0 ;.: Fruit Drink .5 32-ox. $1.I D Bologna. |b- 49c
r I Kraft's Salad Dressing (Limit I 1)) I Swift's Premium Smoked or Polish

1/ Miracle Whip ?;; 39c I D Sausage. "pkg.". 59c

l All Grinds, Folger'sCoffee I.
Masters Brand Delicious I Cottage

. . '*con 59c I Cheese Mb. 25c
PRICES r (limit I per customer with purchases of $5.00 or morel) I a cup
THURS. FRI., Planter's TastyCocktail
SAT.. MAY" Peanuts 3 7 os' $1.Strietmonn's I. : '
21, 22, 23, 1964
DeliciousFig /

Bars . . V2C: : 29* I "

I Strietmonn's Old FashionButtercup I HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
Cookies pkg: 27* I
Nabisco Shortbread CookiesLornaDoones CHUCK ROAST
i% 4 . lot; 39c I

Non-Fat Instant DryCarnation I

Milk . "plT, 59c I C
Breakfast Club Family Silt r

White Bread . 2 ,bares l 4k 1 I lb.
?; Plus 50 Stamps with Coupon I
Cold Water All. ft.: :" 39c I

Swift's Premium Canned l
< ." Vienna Sausage 6 small cane $1.I I
I Chuck Steaks lb. 49'j


f j e dairy specials I : Chuck Roast, ) lb. 59'

Toity, Flaky I ALtr IURI 0E'' SHORTENING I English CutBordon'

Gem Rolls . 2 V.:',' 39c I CRISCO I Roast (bonslMi) |lb. 7'ih.
J j Mra. Filbart'i Foil W.PP"I . .
.I l' Margarine . 2 ctn.-' : 49cKroh' I :
Short Ribs. 3 9
AMorttJ <( Cheese Spread. i 101 29c
..;1! !Kr.tt'i Auarttd Whipped I I Ground Beef 3 Ibs. $1"
1 t Cream Cheese cup 29c I
Toi1. Wiiconiin Chow Bor, SlicedAmerican llMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH I.(Plus 100 extra free ,i.jtf Green Stamps with coupon!)
Cheese. Ph.f : 49c
;f t'. 0 frozen foods 0 I FOP Cream StyleGolden
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I. Orange Juice 3 ;M 89c I Corn 8 cans $1 Ir HEAVY WESTERIf
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Mt. Smith'i Aiiorltd Fronn I Hunt's Yellow-Cling

> ,. :: ooth'i Cream Quick Pies Ftot.n . 2 ';$:;' 89c I Peach Halves 4 COfli! $1. I I

:j', Lobster Tails . ',.;. $1.19 I Popular Chunk Style
:\\h\\p -_ Mrt. Paul'i Family Si>. Star-Kist Tuna 46Vz-oz. $1 I down produce lane 0
:':I ia.1i ;: Fish Sticks . 'Ik: :." 49c I I
:' ::1 Duncan Hines Assorted
y J ua Jawtll Quick Frait I Sweet-as-Honey
I I ) Fryer Livers . 3 :Jk'U k: : $1 I. Cakeixes 3 $1. lb.9c
j t e :Pegs::; : Bananas .

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I THURSDAY MAY 21, ,1964

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,: LO New College 1( CAP Competes In ExerciseVenice I

: Composite Squadronof igator. Knight ccrod 21 poantsi

: ttMfimYJlD181I Re-elects 8 the Civil Air Patrol took for 81 per cent accuracy,

part In a Group 14 Low Altitude Third place went to MaJ.

Eight New College trustees Cross-Country Navigation John Dowd, Arcadia, squadron

have been it-elected to three- competition Sunday, along/ with commander, with Cadet Cora.

years terms, Chairman LouisH. Sarasota, Bradenton and Arcadia mander Paul Ericaon aa navi

CLASSIFIED LaMotte has announced' CAP squadrons. gator. Dowd scored n poanss)

I I Houses For Sale Business Those whose terms expired Venice Airport was one of for 49 per cent accuracy.

RATESCharge I Personals Situation Wanted Legal this year and who were reelected the 10 checkpoint of the com Checkers Included H. Jt

$l2,89S ] are: Dr. Henry Chauneey. petition. (Chuck) Place HI, V......
For a line horn. In Venice MIDDLE AGED WIDOW desires Th. nilnr f.. may be added to th. President, Educational The pilots and their navigators squadron cadet commander

Rate Monday, both Thuridav den.. :3 I large bedrooms,GIr.lt/a SHEPARD dpanln baby. sitting, Ironing or 5 amount.. 5btti I.of....l.'i..'..,...4"**elalm'C"tF form Isaac', may. Testing' Service, Princeton. N. were graded on accuracyin and T/Sgt John Norman. atooof
and Editions baths Phone 41)8-24411) I office. their time estimates from
den, screened J,; Dr. Carroll V. Newsom, Venice. Others from Ventaet
$1.50 large utility rOOm, Carport porch, LUMBER CO. LOUISA aa K O. MAHONEY vice chairman of the board checkpoint to checkpoint aDd Included First Lt. John De
> iutrlt of
etc. the Ettateof
Large corner lot In good locatim. 1003 N. Washington BM. Boats For Sale Danle Y. Maboney.XOTICa Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood for the completed flight. Baltz Venice squadron com

(112 word minimum) Terml. 380 HlI1vlew 5e4-, Sarasota Attsn,. 101.4.05 D.rd.AND' DEAN Cliffs, N. J.j; Dr. Howard E. FIrat plane to touch down at mander; Mrs. Marge Place. "
Phone 4882894. call BARGAINS IN BOATS Ill N.a.s,. Spragg, treasurer, Board for Arcadia was piloted by Col. I senior Information. and Mark::: .

Additional Words, each 6c ELLIOTT 1963 21' Vega, 140 hp. $3,600 P.Vonlee O. ,1is P'lortd.151". Homeland Ministries United George Ola, who flew 11Vi\ Stires, cadet Information of.
a BEDROOM HOUSE, air con. 1963 17' Glastron., 110 hp $3,250 Ptbti.5 M., U, II., IR, .1.,. 0. 1504 Church of Christ, New York.N. miles, including a 15-minute fleer
CASH) roBes, both Sunday ditioned and furnilhed, In for 1961 17V41 Glasspar. V.1: Louis! H. LaMotte stop at Venice, and landed In -

and Monday Edition Venice: $90 per month Write ROOF TRUSSES 110 hp. $2,495 FOR OF CALL chairman Executive and Finance one minute less than estimat [

or phone Earl Bond WA8-4381, Alum. Windows; & Door 19W 18' C/C Sea Skiff, STM.lde" .SEALED MI b. ..BIDS...!..! Vr 5. Committee, International ed. HIS navigator was C/B
16*. 3, Box 5 4X. Arcadia, Fla Contract Roofing & Mhp. .. .. ... .$1,550 I "D<..H of Publl. Inatrartlon. of garaaotft Business Machines Corp., Mike Pridgen of the Arcadia MORE PEOPLE ARC
Painting .
and give references. Phone 488-2132 Venie. 1962 17' OMC . .. $2,850 C..n.Superintendent.. Florida. at 5. Me,.. of tile New York, N. Y., and Casey squadron I
of fubll. ,
\\2 word minImum) 1960 21' Owens! 183 hp. $2,350 aid County .hi the School InMrwtlen' AdmlnMn.tlo. of. Key; Martin Nadelman chair. Col. Ola aonrwl 4014 points SUBSCRIBING TO AND
Additional Word.. .ach Se HANSEN CHRIS BnlldUt. sOle lest... Stnet .han.ou Landmark
CRAFT Hotel. Sarasota
JUNE 1st. .. out of a possible 43 and was
Corner Florida n 'm I Ml **.. ..; f- READING THE
store South of Early] Wynn. Misc. For Sale SALES, INC., d.,. Jun. '. J"4- *hlcl1 lta" all Fla.* Herman Turner graded at 90 per cent accuracy.
Par Af.l. AD C.. bsslu..5. 1201 North Tamlaml Trail bide will be publicly opened. In .... rancher Bradenton Fla.
Apply AI.
in eM ,
,. rear ; I
(Mi, then to I .4. w II house with I., VENICE GONDOLIER
eenM .
of aald
carport tSOU .
|II.|. for .... -.. .*. IS eren RUBBER STAMPS made to or. Sarasota. Ph. 958-5515 RII labor and ......1.,. and for P.'in'Is fu"'ahl.> .. Ellis, chairman, seven Florida Second plane In was pilotedby
..., lot eark IneerUMi. "'._f.... .. Jack Knight of Sarasota
der. SS'k -17 Sod '.old..taJ banks, Bradenton Dr.
A....... .ho... ., II eeMefc to Overnight service. Of- 5 tho ; X-
'sat,0.4th. ...
.. flee, FOR GRADUATION Into an of .R Atlcei..5 .5 Marvin Halvereon, church administrator with Ma). Brooks Boyle as nav
for nee of the ftaiMtof' P .0I' ATTRACTIVE per/JOnal, pocket lho N" ... .
HOME or .tock. "kool .1. ..
(.. ...b.... In '". to .1....,..... section of Venice. In nice 488.143Z. enjoyable summer, 8 ft. to 12 Florida. AH w rk ahall be ...,.. Ie a.. New York, N. Y. r i
Two bed. ft. sail boats. From Odos.. with Cso.io.. and nwaKtae,
$125 to
rooms, two baths, screened to.. nrepend by 5. Bmidlni Amin.ices. New College Is a private! coeducational -
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $398. Laurel Boat Co.. 305 E. M,. .
porch and Household Edward Saints, til SoM.
On. Edition, p.r Inch $3.00 mis Carport 1001 Noko- Goods Venice Ave., Phone 488-5572. P""A' ..<..*. _. ,* Florida. college of the lib
So. Venice p Rid
$14,000. a.o be .opo.pssMd 0. arts and science
a eral
Editions bid ,, _..... opening
Both per Inch $3.50 Low down payment No r K VATE Os.do iII" ehoek
closing I SALE 5 rooms fur- check In .. amoejnt not I..- than ties with Its charter claas in the
costs Call 488-8701. I nilure! used a months. 7 Bay. InstructionCUSTOM Ptr aant St to.. .... amount of 5.
All classified ads payabU In view Drive oft bid ta a ......._ tf at the. bidder w/UU fan of 1964.
Albee RI Ph. If awarded th* _ts.. ..,_ Into a REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
advance except ei'abllthed GOLDEN 488.578t. MUSIC LESSONS written XMitraet with tail Board, ..M5S.vtspp -
account BEACH near gulf Piano Portable Organ la form .. lOW -... ontalnln. -

Two bedrooms, two beths Pianos.... Guitar, Accordion. Special plan *. .....".''I_....It lop, seC rtoilto_.5.ranT. _.huiani'so Legal

CANCELLATION 30 foot Florida room Steinway Knebe Everett for students who don't have in sties.ia.a.. '. onwpwuatloa sod Duplex In wonderful location. Small
or George Hahllllr luurane. and -. norm orBBOISTER TENT/OK Tn
Steck Winter Cable struments. Phone 900; to 9:30 at auboontractora" by aaid _.... ,. UNPFR FICTITIOUS
ADJUSTMENT en I 112 ft. ae .
corner lot. Nelson Fayette S. Cable am., 488-1475, Herman Vander aordano. .. .. _tad hid and live MARS STATUTE: down payment with good terms on
Rtqueiti for cancellation >. SIt GULF STREET Hallett & Davis Voort. a performanr.; and payment Lend atla-, Kobe la hereby rim the* .4.. ...
became factory to .aid I. .. fuU a>Mintof ......... doalrln. to ..a.. I. bualnvaa .
of .
or Musette Players 5 aontraot price within ten dan unoVy the flrtltlona, 0.... of FIVE: balance. For further informationcall
error m u 11 be made for Pianola Players FRENCH, German, Spanish after th. neetlnr. of tail Board at which O'CLOCK LIQUORS at ItiO HlllrirwStreet
3 BEDROOM tram. Corner lessons. By qualified French aid contract I. awarded. If a Bid Bond 110...... FlorkU, Intonde ..
Thurtday Gondolier BEFORE lot. -organ_ .I la to be .1_, tt i la antedated (hat aald reilator. the tad name with, th. Clerk 488-6413 488-4196.
city water and aewer. teacher. Call 488-1497, morn- bond flrar h. .bmlttad for approral to ., u.. Circuit Court In and For Sara.eota or
5 fm. on Monday. For Monday walk to school and store. $7,250 Allen Lowrey Inn Henry P. Trawirk.. It, ..toOrial.. ...... County. Florida.Wltneaa .

Gondolier BEFORE S 30 per cent below cost! Call COMPLETE SELECTION OF -Saraaota..... Florida, Auornwr (or aeMDoaumenla. my. hand aad ofn.... taM

p.m. on Thunday. 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. REBUILT, RECONDITIONED Lost Indgdlnr MnpUa ...... this Seth day of April. 1M4.MTAKXA .
PHONE VENICE GARDENS. Large :2 I I Ined at the offlc* of cell .....1...... Ill Brl. Robert, J. ....... Pnaldent.FTit.ll.il .
bedroom PIANOS AND ORGANS SOLITAIRE EMERALD! RING Iou'" PSm Astato. asposte, P'Iorid.. I A... XI. May '. 14. 50. 1844. _
11* baths, panelled FROM and diamond or at tho 01'11.. of .Id S.p.tIeta.d..tSt .,.. ..
ring r.
Florida room, Cathedral cell. ouSt I..tract. 0. tat of _.
ing. Call 438-9397. "Florida's Largest Music Co." on Nokomis Beach off pavilion 'Ma7 be SbIoisl. Op S oo"tractor "POR NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING ON I
Reward. Contact The Gondolier a dcpoalt of 171 M"Ichecliii to b. made PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO
CANNON MUSIC CO. payable, to Mr. Edward J. fIot_ Ill WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
1301 Newspaper. South" Point A..os.. Earnaota, Florida. ZONING ORDINANCE
1st St., This/ oIrpoolt .IU be pSted.4 op.a Sin Notice hi hereby flrea pnreuant" toSeMion RAMBLER DODGE
Real Estate Rentals Opp. Florida ,otu.. 01 45. 4oeo"oole hi Sect sin..s.diUc VH of "".. Cod. of brdtnantee.
Theatre Legal to tad a..hl.*,.. .....Id... .ueb, City of V"I.ylor... that Uw City ?I5 S. Tamiamt Trail 488.3965-488-6150
SINGLE ROOMS, furnished l Open Thurs. & Fri. Oil 9 p.m. .sstP.......-. boo _.b..l..... bona fid. (Council( aald City will, hold a PublicHearlnc SPECIALIST IN. s::.
Ph. bid to aald -.... Additional. aeta of at 5. Cite Hall on Tuoiday.
SUBURBAN *ju mommy, sio weekly flu, 958-1013 Pf n.,n cinn'tT' cOURT' OF THE document may be obtained from tad Ju.. I. We at 1.00 p... for th. pur.poa. .- ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Armada Rd., So. TWF'Fr'r JUI>'f'IAI. CIRCUIT OF architect, .. a mat en by the _I...... of ....Id.ri., and actitur upon
ESTATES Male :-KinmIN AND FOB fARASOTArOUSiy Mo bidder may withdraw bit. bid, for the foltowinr; ahanie aad. lasSes to the Brake Repair S Lubricate Chauii
Help Wanted IN CHANCERY a period of thirty daya after aaid date. "Zon,., Ordla.....- betas Chapter Mof .
2 BEDROOM, furnished house. Raid Board rwerrte th. rlrh .. re aaid Coda, to wKl. S Front End Alignment Oil Change
Yearly $83. South Venice '"HMITM I B.!: WILLIAMS lot any and all bide renrived and towain Block 101 to be) .....004 from Baaldene. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlighh Beam
FORMER MARINES, receive rot tJ i'. 5'. Adoption Kft. 1TSO anj and all ormaliUea/ In retard
Highest County Zoning Phone 488.3269.vasica fOIL (4) days NOTICE BY PUBLICATION or thereto.TH No. 1 to Reeldenee.. No. a.By Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair.Any .
pay each month PETITION FOR ADOPTIONTot BOARD OF PUBLIC Order of .... City Council Engine Overhaul Automatic or Standard .
for one week-end ...... .. INSTRUCTION OF SABASOTA
os BDL t'lInaMI.nD drill. Regu 1. P yn., 0. N.w HASTY W. HACER.
lar York, COUNTY. FLORIDA. Radio Repairs TransmIssion Repair
) to 6 Acre (tab.rU. Print I 51.. Vninmlikei. credits toward retirement, Ton ... htr.br notified Out SI. Million I Brt Herbert. P. ,.Iold. a......... City Clerk.Pnblieh .
Platted Parcels n-fr CALL, top JACOBSmr Plus the added earning power .. .torn tiled In th. .hoy. ..'Ad. court I Pnbllahl May II, 1M. May IS a II, 1M4. Aircondltionmg Repairs and Installation
of two weeks summer In for idoptloB of BONN: SUE TILOOD-
camp GOOD. a minor. b, CHA1IES > WILLIAMS. -- -
AIR CONDITIONED, One bedroom California In August. Call 836911. .nd Hint rou ... raqulnd. toMrv.
ROADS DRAINAGE, Apartment. For summer Tampa for details copy of your Bniwcr or ..0- DISTINCTIVE LARGER
UTILITIES ALREADY or yearly. Adults. At 251 joetjoiw...'. thereto Wllltin. up,H.'. s't"CttC"""'kh....for. 5055Hilt. Po.IItI.
Nassau Call Redford .,_ Strati. II..o or see Larry
INSTALLED Help Wanted th. original In th. offlr. of UOn 1lmJn Real I Estate Corner
Associate Chips Johnson of C'milt' Court .. or bofnr.9th. D
Real Estate, 306 W. Venice PERSON Ju..> 1904, fiillnn whlrh ft D cr.t
RETIRED, semi-re pro' CapS_ will b. intend ...I..t you
ATTRACTIVE PRICES, Ave. Phone 468-2241! or 4882279. tired or presently working, 0.4 Mid C.UM thl! proewd rx 1'.....
,. ..
Y.a a. b..b poep.dd. tsP .C.Pptae
LIBERAL TERMS desires to supplement I I. 1114 asset In tho 10th ....
CHEERFUL COZY APART. their present Income by servic. of Juno A.D. 19... ala, ... M
MENTS. Suitable for retirees. tog and how p.,.. ..h, tad p.tltlra"for ftikn> rON
building morning St. tip,, hmild not b. granted.WITNESS EXCLUSIVE This
Carefully In town. Year around or Petersburg Times route. Cash my lurxl ..,4 ...1! "t ..ldaonrt Space
planned restriction winter season. Armada Apt*., bond and dependable transpor IMU. U -' Florid, thu MM 1. flit IN VENICE OWNER MUST SELL

to protect your Investment 408 Armada Rd.ATS'RACTIVE I I tation( required. Apply Bernie A. WYNNE. Available

MISSION VALLEY Ward District Manager, P. o. rltrk W.of B.Circuit Cttmtn.Cant.By Lot 19 and 20, Block: 202 2-Bedroom, 2-Bath Central Heat and Air Conditioned

EFFICIENCY Box 1164, Englewood, Fla. Ph. I..u', Clerk.Publlh. Home In Venice Gardens Screen-Encloted Swimming Pool.
ESTATES Apartment Heated pool. Air 474-1784. Ossy T, U. SI. I'. 1084. KERMIT L For Your

conditioned. W, Venice Ave. NOTICE OF INThNTlON TO Only $15,750

Laurel Road East Week. month or yearly. Rent GUARANTEEDDRAW Th RLOI81LK* un
Ph. Venice 488.3858 very reasonable during summer that b. I. eondui-tlni BAKDER SHOP REALTOR Real EstateAdvertisement FRANK C. RAEBURN
,, .
months 488-3681 but nn< at 141 E. Miami A' .. Ytalts.a .
.. .
i. she flclilloui nam. of Me.Qoti
WILL For qualified licensed real Barber ass, and that aald firm 801 Laguna Drive REALTOR
TRADE 3 bedroom home //0 eompoawl of th. '0110.1.. whoa.namca .
located In St. Petersburg, 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the estate salesmen. and plaaaft of raaidene. ... .. 488-4621 251$ W. V.nice A'*. Phone 488.1600 488-2649
water. Nicely furnished and LARGEST COMPANY (olluwatDonald
valued it $1 ,500 for equal value clean. Air conditioner. 3. T. MeCee. Ru I. Sea IN
carport, You Can Make .
S bedroom home In Venice. Nokomu. (la.Ownenhip -- _4lIIIllhlIIlllIlIIIIiIlIIlIlIlIlIlllIllllllllhiIIilIIlIIIli
Call Mr. screen porch. Will rent short Good of MeG..'. Barb. Shop baa
Barker 488-3067.
term or yearly. 488-3681.
Call Weetdavi J. T. MoOee. 1 958-3821 .. my Inuntloa ta apply U the 111111111111111111111111111111111!
Lots For Sale ON PRIVATE ESTATE, Overlooking Sarasota, for appointment with fl.rk of the circuit Court I. and forSaraaota
County. rlorlda. to regUur the New 2-bedroom 2bath with nice MODEL HOME FOR SALE!
the Bay, at Osprey, District Manager .aid 'tat,. M.G..'. llarber Clop under
LOTS: $10 DOWN $10 per 20 minutes to central Sarasota. the provUlona of Chapter IHttl La. Including carpeting and draperies
of Florida, Ada of 10.1.WIL. screened Wonderful I I location. .
month, South Venice. Venice: Apartment, furnished or unfurnlshed. WANTED IMMEDIATELY ... my hand tOte tlth day of porch. EAST VENICE AVE., CITY OF VENICE

Gardens Including waterfront, Two large bedrooms, Man or Woman to supply April. 1 4.FLORIPA. Air Conditioned Barrel Til. Roof

Country. Club Estates Buy now' tile bathroom Kitchenette, customers with Rawlelgh Products P.1.11.0. AI'' .DnNAf.D 50. Mse I.1. II.T. $5,504.IN M.GEE._ Smal I'! down payment. Easy 2 Bedroom 2 Bath S Overiiia Garaqe
-Build later. Byron Markle, Large Living Room, gas stove in part Sarasota County I' --

Realtor, Phone 488-47M. and furnace, TV. Annual basis or "ero Beach Can earn $50 IN TilE ANt (rOIl fIlINTY SAftA JIIDGE"$OTA COUNTY COURT, terms. For Information call Immediate Occupancy $17,500.

_. only, $100 per month. Quiet, no weekly part time $100 and up IN 1'RODATE TERMS, NO CLOSING COSTS
y' Mru JHCfltnUNCB: torn lawn Frlgidaire. Ph. full time. Writ. Rawlelgh. IN REi ESTATE OF HARLEY G. WHITEAKERP.
\FSlfll Bl'SINFIS' BITES to mow, DAJ4IEL V. MAHoNEY, Dtc ueProbat. <. 488.6413 488-4196
fALL LOU JACOBS 4....nlf SEAMAN, 8692825.TRAILVIEW FA E 563 336, Memphis, Tenn. NOTICE TO tKUJITORS. File N. IBM O. Box 1357 Phone Evening

ELK INLET. Seawalled priVate -. APT. for rent by SUPER MARKET Employes! TO HAVING ALL CRH.DI10R3 DL21AJ4US AGAINST AND PERSONS SAID _ _ _ _ _ _ Venice, Fl. 488.3562

boat basuii E. I L. Kilton year. Completely furnished. Cashiers, Stockmen, Meat fcSfATEl: .- ..::;' 'IlilIllIIIlIllllIIlIIUlIIIlItIllIlIIlUIIIlflhIlIUIllIIIID IIlIIlIlHhlIIIlIIIIlilllIIlINTERESTED I
You hereby notified and requiredla
L''l'Bhor. Drive. Nokomis. Automotic heat and air con Cutters, Produce Clerks. Apply ,,,1. an any .1.". or drmand, which you
ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. I Breezeway Super Market, may have ".,." the Ea.... el DAJ41LL

Houses For Sale Tampa St., close: to stores. I 8-5, Mr. Hall or Mr. Johnson. V. UAHONbY.County."' Florida Dereaaed.In the late office of SaraIota of- ? -

Tel. 4881321. .. JOHN T. ORAUAM .......

CBS :J BEDROOMS, Florida Wanted H.County... W Judga Saraaota. la, Florida th. County within Court cia H. N. W/mmirrf/ Realtor TOO GOOD TO LAST!

room, tile bath Golden Beach LARGE FURNISHED! 2 and 3 calendar ...tth. from th. 4.$ of Sin
firat publication of Urn/ Notice.
section 828 Roberta St. room a artmentl. Also single YOUNG MEN, fulfill your milItary Each claim or demand Cost be la REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
obligation with only six writing.nd In duplicate I ahall atat the
WILL' rooms. Very reasonable summer pule. of residence) and poet offioa ...-
SELL or TRADE Home. months active duty. Returnfor .. ....... Agent for Wetter Union Telegrepk!
2 rates. Weekly, monthly, d. of th. Claimant/ t ahall be SOUTH VENICE NEAR BEACHES
Large bedroom., 1J4! baths. C.B., yearly. Walk to beach and service with your local Marine to by 04.. Claimant, hk ._. or hlf Monday thru, Friday t to 5; Saturday te I
lot, deep canal dock. Reserve unit Call 838-1911 attorney t ahall be accompanied byII
Laurel Villa. For comparable shopping. Vacationers welcome Tampa, for details. ,, a .71 title. Pta and .es'aovhelsIm,. CLOSED SUNDAYS 2-Bedroom 1 Bath CBS on 80 x 100 ft.
Armada Rd. be void.I.r
1 or 504 and illS or demand not ao filed ahall)
larger home In Venice area. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN

Very. reasonable. Ph. 488..2464. So. After 5 p.m. call 474-2569. _ _ _ _ lot. 7 years old. Needs some repairs.

I w'. Low low
rben Prl.a r Banal. available in South price.
j ?18T CALL LOU JACOBg. .88.1111 Venice Shopping Center. For --

BAYFRONT, private Boat Information call .c88- 858. Member Chamber of Commerce WATERFRONT HOMESITES

Bdr., Fla. room, Den.
,000. Block from town. Own- cottage $itS month, Heating and Air Conditioning Lot 75 x I 125 for 1800.00.I 1..r9lok $2200.00. Nice

'r,_118 Win BOn, Englewood. ilul utilities. Phone 488-4927 or Heating & Air Conditioning Installations Pain and Pin. trees l-atre trecti on water $2000.00. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

47 MOHAWK RD. Bo. Venice ..sum.I Gas Ranges Wafer Heaters Iniida acres $1500.00. High and dry. Near hopping center

2 .r.... Friendly subdiviiion.
BR. FurnIBhed.
Newly I
Free Estimate
JoLt Painted> In out. 254! corner Business Personals No Job Too Big or Too-Small $300 DOWN AND TERMS YOU MUST SEE THESE!!! IRA C. GLOCKNER

$7,750.00. :2(4 adjoining| 263 So Trail Venice Ph. 488-2271
$750.00. Brokers Buere- TYPEWRITERS and Adding GULF REALTY
' Corner U.S. 41 and
S. Venice
u 4 Buereau C. C. (Chip) Machines (mechanically operated Blvd.

"hnaon Ira J. Glockner ) Chemically cleaned PH. 4884738 216 s. TRAIL VENICE

Martin S. Dtancik.I like n'''. Just/ $12.50 plus.partsIf I -
requir4. All makes. Venice -4.. -_ -
VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bed- Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. --INSTALL

room home, no cash necessary 488-6113.
3 bedroom 2 bath home.

Excellent location, near ahop- PAINTING, Exterior and Interior. ; HEAT PUMPQ INTERESTED? FLORIDA LIVING IS FUN! I Five Choicw Lots In

Ping centers, very low down 3 Bedroom, 2 baths Screened
Estimates and reference Check nede Realtors for Venice
Payment. 2 bedroom 2 bath
home cheerfully given by ex. Porch attached carport, Oil i ;
air conditioned on bay Call Elliott: heat k Boule
painter. HEATING
26.00.. 3 :2 perlenced RentalsHomes
bedroom borne
blOCk 488-40M. 105 East Aurora Road. High

a,500. Manasota from Venice Key Gulf Beach to alterations drsperlai. $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED 1 IJSouth; $

Boy home, $43,000. Byron Mar. Dressmaking H. N. WIMMERS II' .
kie, Realtor. Phone 48M708. ete. reasonable 4M-11M ... !I f
i"BEDROOMS and small-woodland REALTOR S. Stancik
:2 BATHS. Fuiy Farmers l
< established home In Venn owner control 54 per cent of CORP 221 w. MiamI' Axe. The Best! t '. I

ice Gardens. $15 500 $2,500 the nation's commercial for 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fla. 488.5359 488.5308 488-*AA't

""wo. Phone 488-4327, ests. __ & I- _ _ _ ._ _ _ \-
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Haley Report

I : 'Backdoor' Spending By Congress Called Shameful I

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By REP JAMES. HALEY increase by doing our duty, government has been In the how much we may attempt to ate funds for them In short, a majority of my colleagues thus, I believe will this second, pay- would have passp! had not thl
bill pass particularly economy bloc
increase of
which Is. simply to balancethe red. The national debt now I is blame the bureaucrats of thepxeC'utive the Congress Is responsible In the House have more real full-ti.11e which I m
On two ocranioni this year budget or at least begina 4308.5 billion and trending upward department for our for what has become a national for balancing their own budgets if the leadership can a member, hen 1),11
roll- tn force
the House has done itself steady and relentless move The Congress Is the constitutlonal wild spending program, those policy of deficit financing in (Is any actually are unbalanced tam it through without of a factthe House to the membership of t thl I
proud by acting an the respon toward that. guardian of the tax programs could not exist If the oeacetime. ) than they do for balancing call vote. As a matter counted, stand up and bf
Bible guardian of the public In 29 of the last 35 )years the payers' money, and no matter Congress refused to appropri I am fearful, however, that the federal budget And original bill undoubtedly
treasury once In rejecting: a
proposal for some more "back --
door" upending for foreign aid
end again/ In rrlecting a pro
posal for federal pay increase .
including $10.000-a-year-
boosts for the Congress.
+ But my pride In the aura ofresponsible C? BEEF
II x 4
l statesmanship with
which the House thus clothed AT ITS
i itself has begun to turn to ashev ttS ''lave ffJOJl.OUTJ
if not to,downright shame it NcHOL BEST
As this is written, we" or.,
rather a majority of my colleagues I
have reversed the

issue action of previously backdoor taken spending on the for W.D BRAND U. S. CHOICE' Extral, Value Trimmed

foreign aid And I am afraid Boneless
that sometime next month, the
earlier action on the pay.Increase TOP ROUND
.. bill also will be reversed
04 TE4 : or fl9
I mar say for the record, C :
that I opposed United States the bill contributions to Increase ELL I SIRLOIN

to the International Development P+aa Iff.the, May 31 Tlee 33rd !lb.
Agmcv. a subsidiary RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER ,.,. t\\
of the World Bank by $M2
million when It first was before STORE HOURS a
us. and I opposed it also 9 a.m. to 9 p,m, Mon, thru frI.?
the second time The proposalwas ) 9 .m. to 7 p.m. Set aks. th. 95C qSt
ek e 89'laaalsdly
objectionable the first y !! '
time: a lapse of two months, ttebte tetanadW4 t I h CHI I BONELESS ?. SHOUIDER OR IRJSm POT
- - - -
during which the Senate so-
proved it, certainly did noth- mm LEAN FRESH r e r Steaks th. 99' Roast. 79c
: u-
log to make it less objectionable .. .
Ground Beef FULL OR III
And, for the record, I also I

may the say pay that increase I will again bill whenit oppose : Pound r Steaks: IL 79C Steaks 'u. 59C'

comes back to us, probablyIn 5 $199
June. It Is true that
the early second bill will be a modification Parkas. J w 8th Big Week! Free This Week
of the first it will 1. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :'-- .
provide for increases of "only"$1.110O ,, CURRIER & IVES
In the salaries of Members SAUCER
t. 0 .. r--., With CMBM Fran lest M $5 m
The Congress and other .
I top officials of the federal government A ::: .... ..".'". .. 'OI\\_.r' Redeem Valuable Coupon from Currtor & tvn" Dlnnwwara Boo 1et YM I*.
instead of the $10,000 MALI PORK ; --- -It. g'' .. ,y;4 ccivtd .In the Moll for Special Dinnerware Bargain & Special Boiwt Tap v.b ......
orl na 11" proposed \. K Your ." :
.. /e. y. ,. Stamps" at Friendly KWIIC CHEK of WINN-DIXIE.
But this "sweetener" In the LL 49C .(
..,parerl >S ._ .
bill changes<< it only in degree .. u.
and not one whit In prlncinle GOVT. INSP. GRADE 'A' GA SHIPPED FRESH SPLIT
To my way of thinking! Congress .
has no business whatsoever 'liroilers tE 39' UmH Fen Ywr CWk : S
: : : : :
In giving Itself a pay raise a I I '
that a debt.ridden treasury SELECT SLICED Undt DM. Ywr
cannot afford and will not be THRIFTY '
meeiLnve LL39c t soots wltk. $s ColomalPALM
able to afford until we earn an :.":. MAID t I a. $
'I Or Mon Drde

NPC Bacon U 49' .Tots: .ucld Halves or Sliced I w:II:Li' CaneS

Qe gn..u. 63'

t It's that time of year again
,',' I' thinking when most of of our vacation residents somewhere are. Peaches '! Coflee Sugar

'l in the north and still
i', many in the north are findingi lAVE 14 LIMIT SIX SUWANNEI

: Florida land all a the wonderful year 'round.vacation Tomoloes 3M 10: I

; P 1 Virginia Bolin and Lillian 5 303 Can $I JOO ASTOR
\\.t Bissell have returned home to SAVE 23e PILLSBURY REGULAR CAKE SAVE 1 IU-C," 49c sl slN59c 1 s-u. 49c'lnR"flft

eral North weeks relatives Port visiting after in spending Akron with' friendsand Ohio.MV'"k lI# 3 Hn.lkg" ..' $100 Ht I SAVE:zIc BaIJ.IITtir

Virginia hAd the privilege of ,
; attending the wedding of her .. ,.. ,.
'SECLMtFeer -; -: r ar '- -
grandson while she was in Ak Beans 11 SOJCa* = F'
j j 'if.j. ron It's so good to have them Qi 4 w.
home again "':
SAVE 9c- DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK -----:1 1' r: <<.t' -- -
; :
I Another one-Just-- went north! '(J -1": 229c 'III: ..\.' '(1"tJ, I' Fil I ..!s ( '

I : Miss Gladys Schofwid on r J
j East Hyde Park Avenue returned : 1 .1
r ,t' for a visit.home It to must Rhode have Island been! JKD I iPak ISc .MJLJ, ;1 CRACX.COOl) JUMIO \'
toilsGOLDEN .
11 that report he gave at the last 41 Ten ,
I' : meeting of the New England RLDE SAY uaric Fear YMr MMa s I Pies I MAID II'I
j 1-1'' Club, when she spoke on her '
I ,,.i'. home state of Rhode Inland I .
,I and made herself homesick Tunu Milk
I Oh well, she'\11 be back soon COIN Oil \ CHOC, BANANA Drink GARBAGE
I Mrs. Anthony Odin of 344 I.\'f..nal&\ ....lJJr. ".,.hIt CANS
I II! Marius Road held a birthday I N..1 Or IksagaPounlr

''I, i' and for farewell Mrs party Fred Wilson on Wednesday her Per lac .. I 0 c I COLD

t neighbor Other friends and 19 C Call 59 3 For $I 99Chedder
)j near neighbors attending the FASHION MILD $1

\J party Abeam were Leo Mesdames Pariso' Arthur W E. Cheese. 59c 1 CARNA11ON 4'1: $1 EaLonghorn

I Store. Vincent. Sterba, Anton KRAFT )7
Wurth Erwin Feldman, Christine Cheese 10 No" 49eSUPERBRANO ) 5 ..
I tout Timor .1 (surd Palls 11er. Psdr n x %0'--
Ott James Kelley Nicholas SAYII6c
i J
Costello and Albert Wha SAVE 6c I SAVE 9c SAVE lit u.ft r.. cw.: HMrg Duty 5a/JaJi1./

len. _..._ ,,
Cottage Cheese ,29c2cj55< -- _1 r :1T
-o- .- --. .

I: and Mr.Miss and Maxine Mrs Mark Phile Conurn from Can. Biscuits 6 a .'Csse 49c 1 ;E {f.{ ;P OQjS2: : FROZEN FOODSw.llllUI.I.UUlll.l.I.llUU'G.

I, I Ravenna, Ohio, have been the ""
houseiuesti of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Palm on West Hyde Park EsMw Y" MORTON'S nOIn'' MEAT
,. Avenue. Other guests were Mr. 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
and Mrs Fred Drexler from rid as a,1 a..dw r DtldMS
t! I Akron, Ohio, and this week the nflUtM FrtnIrWUSbrlnif I.: T.WW Whk. C
i r'" 1 Palms are entertaining MrsPalm's ; Silt Corn. !10 ears 49c: Dinners. Ea. 39

J..'1''' Mr. and sister Mrs Albert and husband Drexler, : l o.w-a ten: : ';.asta.May aT I =! a! aFANCY .

,,11 and their family also from Akron
I "
el'tttfJ'ftl1yrl 11tf1tmrllJ JUMBO STALK FROZEN UTE DOUGH

i i' ,':' -- tet.m fflhm.JfJHlm/'Jom'If\. Celery stalk 10 ", ._ Bread 3 1U.1.t49c
j jI Neighbors Demlnj Avenueare w .., BI70SEYE FROZEN
l t'' going to miss Mr andMrs SO EXTRA'FOP VALUE MORTON Peas 5 r- $100 1
Harry Hartup who have ., .
t;I ,,1 I ''i\,I returned. to Ohio for a vacation I 1 ;:;:, ':: 2.."' 990 Meat Pies ARDEN oZu FROZEN

: \ N, -o- 'last Pftsteet:z"erg: ,SIAMLettuce Str'berries3"$100
"o, f '" I ft s >M>>> 5 Fat 89E
\jt j I Don't forget to drop .
I news Items in the new box at Z heads Z9
\' Juice 5
the 7/11 Store in the Shopping .
t II'{ Center, or phone me at 428-
Y I t 1309 ( (lll/.UUUI.I.UUU. IJrJJJ.u.IJ.I.IJ/MNlNJ.UHJ.; _
". ; WUlUJI.UUllIlUUUm uuu.G) WtUUUUUUUllll.UN.N.l'G) mWUllUUuuuuumMf

I l l : Japanese cavemen used 50-EXTRA cc SOP ors VALUE....-SUMPS.. SO_EXTRA tOP VALUE........STAMPS... po; SO EXTRA TOP VALUE. STAMPS_ l "l so.w EXIRA ar. w.w.wa.fOP VALUE-STAMPS.. so aoa EXTRA ar..w.e. LOP VALUE ai a.atwrfairs STAMPS
wwa.w 55 .M c id rar.twr.r .
: I !"( primitive Akita dogs for hunt I L.rg CrM I Yes,f.beN.n at Smu:':.'t lea Crt-n I""' Herman' Orange land SVInl.MWleawi C.,.....,. 55.CMho"..... a raw seT.edyaita I
j r' fog in 5,000 B.C. w 69c CaasV Wsrta $1 *r Mere ; T.ppisgs" 2 raw 62c i. 59C I' I Aga 3 n:: 81ca.dwrtawawra.C

( I t i Almost all children 7 to 13 1"' ...""' .___ owa_...c.......__..... I I SM"arsacars, ,.M..e, aWMs.aca, aanra"aawwJtt'
t years old were enrolled in Cwew Y.... ,........ Mn 18 HI .!.,Y.../. -lt AMr n Cwew v.... nw-e.Mq II c_Y.14 rMryl e1 Cwgw v. 11.wd M.r 18eY'tfll1't11nn'IJfJtffffffJ

w Census school In Bureau 1963, according survey, whileabout to a J (!)"In'ft1nlnYm\1 lUtmfJ t' rw-m; ''jW 'mtim'UUm, $ GU1 tr11nm'nnnnll'f1' mltNlm Nmt lm

93 per cent of those 14
to 17 werg registered.yt .

i 1 c .JPAGE

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