Venice gondolier
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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 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
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System ID: UF00079934:00201
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Scanty Beach 1

Attire Rapped 9

Complaints over female attire at the Sunday "Hoot.manias"
at the Venice Municipal Beach were aired Friday .
during a meeting of Venice High School Student

(Council; officers, Mayor Smyth D. Brohard, City Council
president E. S. (Bill) Raymond and Police Chief John

she''ry Serving the Fdifetf Growing Area on Florida's West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nolcomii, Venice, South Venice, Venice birdem, Venice! Eat, Englewood' North Port Charlotte
Following the session, Bruce Byrd, president of the "
VHS Student Council told students at an awards assembly VOL 20, NO. 41 8 PAGES VENICE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 25. 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS

iHt the Hootenannies could continue provided girls wear r'I

I rg bathing suits would wear either a blouse or a shirt
wh.'e dancing. I MYSTERY: WHODUNIT? i
He also said the wearing of a certain type of "badge"
or button" would also be prohibited, and asked
,'jdcnts! cooperate with the city so the use of the pavilon -

Although md other the privileges question would of attire continue.- or lack of it was Fill bonds Dust Race

'-e rely) one to come up at Friday's meeting, there has Up I II
Iren I I ling criticism of the beach affairs which have be-
I rrI I t: 'ger and bigger and louder and louder
"Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest and relaxa.

I'on but it has become anything but that," said a resl- ".rrnla,Ar rtM1"T' "w+.""' > ..., en 'noMj ,5 ',,"'! '>.' ,( .JDft, -...aY1..,
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'nt of the beach area. "What these
I soirees lack in
I nu;: il i quality Is made up for In noise which can be i RunOffTuesday Wright
heard a block away. And the gyrating and writhing of Ine I ; GOP Rows Over Sign Pilfering i
of the scantily-clad participants can be described 1
r -'y indecent It is a shame that a very few who don't i I

lrv; how to behave themselves can spoil something from i rt r The question of a knocked- The sign in question had Edward G. Eggers. His opponent Denies
cr.: : eit"T candidacy of Constable Jack private property at Bahia Vista represented by Attorney Sid
} first of the Sunday afternoon beach parties rej 1 Knuckles for sheriff in tomor-
Street and Tuttle Avenue in Beaver Both Knuckles and
1 in a protc-t from a resident last February. A row's primary was brought up
of teenagers went before t Sarasota It reportedly had Johnson are Republicans. ChargeA
I n city council and briefly Friday night at a meet-
I ."- d permission to continue holding them. At that Ine ing of the Sarasota County Republican been taken down and was loaded In the brief discussion Beaver
.' it was obvious that sentiment around town was in J League in Sarasota on a truck when a friendof said if the race was to be

favor of the youngsters. | The affair failed to get a full Knuckles happened up. The decided upon how many signs Republican candidate in

.,.. ...".. ... Sarasota County voters will airing, however, because the damaged sign was put back. had been knocked down then Tuesday runoff for the District -
; ballot
again tomorrow (Tuesday meeting was reminded no new Knuckles, who was not able Johnson should win because S county commission post

) to choose between candidates charges could be brought up to attend the Friday night two Johnson signs had been has denied charges that he
for state and
one six received fill dirt from a county
county offices.Democrats within 18 days of the primary meeting, was represented bye similarly treated. rood construction project near

64 will make a his Manasota Key home.
ore i1 choice between gubernatorial Commission candidate Rob-
candidates Haydon Burns of ert M. Wright told The GONDOLIER
Jacksonville and Robert King allegations by commission
VHS To Graduate Record Class
High of Miami to run against members that he either .

Expanding Realtor Board Republican hopeful Charles asked for or received fill
Holley in the November gen dirt on his property are completely
eral election. Largest graduating class in Gayle Brohard, Beverly Carroll South County school! board ment exercises, being held for false
Only county Democratic of the history of Venire High I Sally Hllston, MllJicent l member Ronald Britton will I the third year in the high The issue was rained in a bylined -
Has Its Day This Week ... School will receive diplomas at Mahon. Mary Martin, Carole present diplomas to the graduates -I school stadium VHS Principal story by Bill Fritts in
the 35th annual commencement I Ward and Georgia Williamson at the Friday commence- John E. Davis will call the roll Thursday's edition of the Sara.
VOTE HERE exerciser June 5 at the high! *- for the diploma awards sota Herald-Tribune. The story
,:h 'Move Up to More in I IJ Martin S. Stancik, vicepresident school stadium The salutatory address by by Fritts said the dumping of
A Better Home Through ; Ruth L. May secretary; SOUTH COUNTY POIIS Graduation Week activitic Miss Matherne and the valedictory fill from a county road-widen
|] ( :'c as their slogan, thee John Elkins Fraser treasurer; Precinct 6 South Trail will begin with bare 11.ufl.lte 1 by Harrison will follow ing project onto Wright's property
Board of Realtors Robert S. Baynard, Paul Now- lions ClubPrecinct. f rr
Area services for the 159 VHS ten- the welcome by Bruce Byrd, is expected to be aired
Volunteer (
.er\ ae' National Realtors land Masel Huston Gilbert deB T Ion at 8 p.m. Sund.y.1.: .>\ :;1 I. president of the Student Council this week by the Sarasota
< and Hunt and Miss Frances Murphy Fire Dept., Nokoml.
beginning; today in the high school gymnasIum and selections by the Venice County Public Works Committee -
.:..ir- through Saturday At the time they represented Precinct I Venice Gar / High Chorus The Rev Victor .
1 particular interest is the the 63rd organization in dens Recreation Center The 1964 graduating class is :. Maurice, pastor of the Assembly 20 Truck Loads
; ;1 e,' onion of the local the state of Florida. Today Precinct 9 Englewood about half again as large as of God Church, will deliver Wright said the approximately
i, at.jn' which received its there are 74. Recreation Center. last year's class of 103 graduates lit 4: the invocation and the Rev. 20 loads of fill dirt to
nor three years ago when The 1964 roster of names Precinct Zl Venire Civic and is the blggcst in theschool's Lewis Jones, pastor of the which the allegations refer are
V "'Bud"' Wimmera accept. prominent in the Real Estate Center 35-year history. ILr + Venice Nokomis Methodist not on his property, but on the
.' fr-n: L M Studstill, then scene include Baynard, Finn Precinct 28 North Port Valedictorian of this year's --ULI: ._. _. ., sera Church, the benediction. (Continued on page 2))
lent' of the Florida assoc W. Caspersen, Earl D. Edge. Charlotte Community Center graduating class is Robert // ? The seniors in their caps and
,- At that time the Venice Fraser Ira J. Olockner Hunt Harrison with the highest scholastic bbJ gowns will take their places

rl;\ t :n'l tcd of only nine Howard P. Horn, Charles fice at stake in Tuesday's run achievement in the 1964 r. for the ceremony to the strains
era Today there are 23 "Chips" Johnson, present president off election Is that of surveyorfor senior class Salutntorian with bmb of "Pomp and Circumstance"by
C' of the Venice Board which the candidates are the second highest scholastic 1"j. the Venice High School
/lc njt to Wimmers the Frederick Koenig John Me- (Continued on Page 2) record Is Nancy Matherne of Band under the direction of
11 I Anociation has been Laury and Myron M. McGlynn Englewood.Awards 41 ..e John Sleasman The recessional

a-:.zed for some 50 years Others are Walter M Miles, Night by the band will be the well-
Miss Murphy Byron C Mar- Another highlight of Graduation iIIU known hymn, "God of Our
i he:d offices in Chicago, Time To Renew the annual
Ruth L May, Robert P. Week will be Fathers."
He pc nted out that he him. I
Awards Night program at 8 p aa: w.
fad: been member of the Merrill Kermit L. Mickle- Ushers for the commence-
a ,
m Monday June 1, in the high i4oudwM p sea N sea on.oaDr \p fcr 35 Raeburn ment program will be the sameas
years. Frank C. ,
thwait .
Boat LicensesCounty school
IT1!* nine: original members gym.Principal A PLAQUE to commemorate all past, present and future for baccalaureate
"e real group, who are Stancik, William P. Toole, speaker at the baccalaureate officers of the Venice High School Student Council was pre- Senior class officers are GOT.
service will be the
Ji4 b"' a code of ethics Hays Wellington and Wimmers of sented to the school Friday during an awards assembly in don Bradford, president; Nan.
't Wimmers, president, Tax Collector Miss Rev. Orlo Leinback vicar Church the gymnasium Making the presentation to 1965 presidentelect cy Matherne, vice president;
Charlie Hagerman reminded St David's Episcopal Bob Somers ((left) on behalf of the 1963-64 Student Terry Lee Caudle, secretary,
pleasure boat owners today Englewood. Other area minis- Council is the president, Bruce Byrd and Debbie Suzanne Murphy,
registration renewals b-gin ters who will take part in the treasurer. Faculty sponsors In.

i next Monday, June 1. Present religious service include: clude Mrs. E. Robert Chable,
Vet Groups Set licenses expire on June 30. Invocation The Rev. Char- Miss Joy Lewis, Robert Hed
Renewals are to be made In les I. Rowe, pastor of Emmanuel Studen'tsReceive rick, David Corbett Donald
the automobile tag office in the Lutheran Church Venice. 28 A Stone and Edmund Kulakow- ;
of Scripture Reading Dr. E. 3
basement of the west wing $
the courthouse In Sarasota. Robert Chable, pastor of the I skI.Class colors are gold and jF / J"I.

Memorial Plans Boat owners who will be out of Venice United Church of Awards white the class flower is the &L ;

the state during the renewal Christ yellow rose, the class song is .
period may renew upon return. Prayer The Rev. Frank J "Climb Every Mountain" and -.. -..._ ",' ,
lane for the 1964 Memorial and Auxiliary, Tamiaml Memorial ing but they were cautionednot Shearer, pastor of Calvary Reformed the class motto* "Our objectsall
observance, sponsored VFW Post and Auxiliary to operate their boats until Church, Venice Gardens Twenty-eight Venice High Stevenson, Liz Smith, Marcia sublime, we shall achieve in FIRST GI LOAN in Sarasota

Uy by the three Venice and the Veterans of World renewal is made. School students, four sophomores -I Baird, Mary Burris, Virginia time" County was obtained through
a veterans organizations War I and its Auxiliary Owners who have not previously Benediction The Rev. Don-. 14 Juniors and 10 seniors Matherne, C. E. Pitts, Linda Members of the 1964 graduating the efforts of J. L. (Count)
I their auxiliaries, haven As in past years, the 1964 registered their craft In Is Patterson, rector of St.Mark's received certificates during Pond, Stephen Rauck, Ray class, in alphabetical order Cornwell of Venice who announced
will Florida must present at the Episcopal Church, Venice Tom Landgraf and his retirement this
announced by Charles D. Memorial Day services get an awards assembly Fri Joelson, areCarol :
rs.ll underway with a parade from time of reigstration a bill of in recognition for receiving Bev Hiss L. Anderson, Leslie B week after 16 years as service -
(wontaH\ \, commander of Ven- the No-Vel post home to Veterans sale or other document verify- The Venice High School Glee day all A's and B's during the Diane Walker, Frances Web- Apathy officer for No-Vel American .
Barracks of Memorial Park in downtown in? ownership. Club, directed by Harold Fultz, / school Inga, Cynthia I Wightman, Martha C, Ball, Jim K, Ballard [ Legion Post 159. Corn-
Veterans 1963 64
rid 764 of Venice. To renew registration It will and the VHS String Orchestra, year. Martin Nancy Hicks, Robert Harrison, Connie J. Barone, Rebecca well holds a life membershipin
War I is chairman The sophomores were
Venice Area Veterans Parade units will assemblein be necessary to bring I or mall I under the direction of Donald I Satava Cindy Schepp, Charles Gary Houseworth, Douglas L. Benton, James C. Black. the Legion fop his out-
196364 registration i to the tax Goss, also will participate. The ie, Sharon A. Blake, Karl L. standing work as service officer -
.I made of of the Legion home at and Susan Murphy From Ann McDonald, Kathleen -
j-wc up represen- front collector. chorus will sing/{ "No Man Is AnIsland" Copp Kiesling, Blizzard James E. Boone, and the Community
"i from the sponsoring 9:30: a.m. and move out at 10 Registration fees range from end "Now the Day Is I the junior class those makingthe Robert Brannon and Joan Carle Mary N Boone, Gordon W Service medal from Tamiami
riotic list were
organizations.ponsors o'clock for the 15-minute marchto $1.50 for a boat less than 12 Over" VanKeuren, were seniors receiving certificates Bradford Nancy L Bradley, Memorial Post 8118, Veterans
of the annual May the park where memorial feet to $75.50 for those 110 feetor Ushers for the baccalaureate Somers James Linda-Rose (Continued on Page t) of Foreign Wars.
memorial observance are program will be Carole Austin, Marjorie Sturges,
Vel American Legion Post (Continued on Pare 2)) more. .. iIIIWP- -......-. ... i.u.e Jl1Ll:::: : t:.1.LI1JII9yIII1ITT1IIIIIIrUJ
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she MORE BOYS from under at UK end of the tide, -
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VENICE INLET TIDES STUMP Lane Patricia A Lanler, Patricia phlne Riso
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW C. Layne B, Roth, !
:MONDAY, MAY 25 12:19 am 4:46: am MONDAY, MAY 25 1:21am: 8:24: am (Continued from complain about since the fill ( from page 1)) Lee, Charlayn R. Leiber, Diane baugh Ni! jIds\
J 10:36 am 6:34: pm 11:38 am 1:12: pm Page 1)) right- Nancy L. Bradshaw, Richard C. Lenhart. Deanna J. Thomas J
dumped on
W TUESDAY, MAY 26 1:08: am 8:07: am TUESDAY, MAY 28 2:11: am 8:45: pm r property of a neighbor to the if.wnv. M Bradway, Kathleen M. Lewellyn, James R. Lindeman, Seitz, Randolph Sa1adno: John R '
11:00: am 1:09: pm 12:02: pm 1:47: pm north "Permission was given Brannon, Smyth D. Brohard, Diane Long, Barbara J. Lyle, ralne C Smith 1 I. .
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 1S8: am 8:21: am WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 3:00: am 8:59: am by my neighbor," said Wright, "In checking to find out Just Jennie A. Brown, Merrily M. Rolene M, MacKay Nancy Smith, Carol Patna
11:27 em 1:46: pm 12:29: pm 8:24: pm "to dump some of this fill U i It why there was available the Brown, Dennis L. Surge, Janet M. Matherne, Steve J. Maurer, i reen G Sulluan A Stark 111\\
THURSDAY, MAY 28 11:119: am 8:27: pm THURSDAY, MAY 28 _____ would be of advantage to the fill in question I found that L. Buswlnk, Bruce A Byrd Ann McDonald, Mary L. Miller I John Taylor
-' 1:01: pm 9:05: pm county" the county.,had In mind dragging Jill A Calkins, Joan E. Robert L, Mitchem, Gene CrAil| R
this fill approximately 10 Carle, Roy Carter L.I I Barbara J, More- Thompson\ Tim
Fred H. Hanson, Manasota E. Terry A. Moore, Patricia ljeddrilMary !r
Key miles If there was no place on Caudle, Robert Clarke, Ronnie man, Carol L. Morrison, Gary Tnt
neighbor of seaux,
Wright Howard
. OBITUARIES I RUN-OFF firmed the fill was entirely con on dumped.the island where it could be L. Cole, Victor I. Costello Barbara W Moser Sharon M. Muller, nlse Trimmer, D Trcfethc, D.
A, Crawford Sharon L.
- -- -- Debbie S. Murphy Trun"icDiane
(Continued from page 1) county property and not 'Permission Fred D Van I l"IIt'n, ,
was given by Curry
Wrlght's.County. Edward E. Nave Jill L.
neighbor to dump of Robert Dein Robert W Jam. '
some W
Archie B. Brown of Venice andJ. Engineer Charles O. my Nlcol lace, Donald
Emma C. Welch, 85, of 929 Thomas Key Blount, 78. ot Lewis Cobia.Republicans Morgan was quoted in the this fill if it would be to the Dandridge, Nelee J. Davis, Robert C Obendorf, Mitchell Walters, Carolyn Wdlt n, Vckf, !l
Nokomis Ave died Sunday at Key Road, Englewood, died will be asked to Thursday news story as saying advantage of the county road Charles K. Delvac, Arthur H. G Old. Donald Weeks, R Wallt., !
Venice Hospital! Thursday at his home make a choice in five county he was 100 per cent behind the department to do so Dexter, Jan L Dillon, Patricia Philip J, Padovano, Levoid inga, Virginia Frances Wal
A native of Malden, Mass.. A native of Forsyth, Ga., he races: sheriff, District 3 county foreman who had authorized "Had this permission not A Douglas, Carol J. Downing, Parks, Layne M. Patterson, I Icy C Whittaker Wcllman, !Silt
the came here from that city later lived in Honduras from commissioner. District 5 commissioner dumping the fill on property he 'been given and the county I Gayle L. Drehouee, ChristinaJ David L. Pease, Patty A. Wightman, Margaret c\'J*.
In 1956. which country he came here District 2 school apparently thought was truck had to haul the material Drobisch. James H Drum, Paden, James P. Phillips Charles C W1I1tcrs \lillbu
10 miles to dump it, it would Robert A. Duel! Lynette
board and p
District Wright'
2 constable
She was a charter member 35 year ago. He was a retired sMorgan Thomas W Rezek, Rick F. Wise
in The constable race will be voted have materially increased the Sandra, K, Eddtngs, Eugene Rudy Paul B. Jose
of Venice United Church of locomotive engineer and, re- reportedly stated Raymond, Elaine Zoch
in that it Is the cost and delayed completion of R. Eddy, George Eichelberger
Christ. cent years, a commercial fisherman upon only the South policy of the county -
County t engineering department to the road Gayle S. Evans, Bruce C. Ev- --
j Mrs. Welch is survived by a GOP Candidates. unload excess material at the "This Is confirmed by the enson, Robert J. Fornal, --
daughter, Mrs Lawrence Ray. a brother, Thomas SHADES
The GOP candidates t are most convenient place if the report of Mr Chuck Morgan! P Foss, Maureen E
R, Blount of Englewood
rnond Harry ; I engineer with which I Fox, Kathleen J. Frederick.
county ,
B Johnson vs MillardJack property owner has no objec-
nieces Mrs Jean Thorn EARLY AMERICAN
two ,
Funeral service held
( ) Knuckles for sheriff, thoroughly agree, Gelgley, PhvlliiS
at Rawles Funeral Home Chapel ton of Nokomis and Mrs Ann tion.Said Gentzler Jan Geltek .
Leslie C. Miller vs. Haven B. Morgan, "The first Joanne TRADITIONAL
"The fact that this
Riley of Savannah, Ga.. and ap-
Tuesday afternoon with Dr Dan
E. Robert Chable, Venice United two nephew, John W. Blounl Page for Dist 3 commissioner, thing we're looking out for is peered just four days prior to C.Geitek Grove., E, Gray Mad- : Let us style your favorite vast

Church of Christ pastor, officiating Jr of Savannah and Edgar R, Floyd Potter vs Robert M.. the job and the taxpayers asa election makes me wonder ge James f?. Horton 1'Mrl..v' TP or ceramic Into b.eutilullalllp",
Mexico. Wright for Dist 5 commissioner whole If anyone should happen whether or not possible <&
Blount of Guadalajara, my Hde R'ot.tH; : ;; iso-;
Herbert P. Field vs, Lena > to benefit from this excess Democratic opponent is not of ', a fowling a Restyling
The Rev. Peter A. Olson of Collins Hill for school board material, this is a by-product the opinion that Republican Robert Henriques, Leon E, a All Lamp Kteairt;

I1ILI).V B. BIKER Evangelical Free Church con and Leo Belsito vs. Walter H ot the project as opposed to the opponent might my be easierto Hetherington, Allen Hicks,
ducted the funeral service Nancy A. Hicks, June E HIder Word by Experienced
Hilda B. Baker 71, of Monitor Caiger for constable, project itaelf eliminate In the fall than Designers and
Springs, Ind., mother of Thursday afternoon at Lemon Republicans also will havean Morgan went on to say that myself" Barbara R. Hlgel, Mar. Crifhmen
Mrs John Farley of Nokomis Bay Cemetery, Englewood, opportunity to choose between It it was necessary to haul the gareta A. Hiljding, Scott K
Avenue, died Friday at a Lafayette Rawles Funeral Home, Englewood two slates. of delegate material some distance with And he concluded "Mr. Hill, John M Holmes, Darts J, THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
Ind nursing home. wee in charge of ar.rangement. to the GOP presidential convention the limited amount of equipment fusion i reference to the fact oHH, Cheryl L Hoover, Gary
Funeral service are being .. They may select delegates on the Job, then the entire that this fill should have been W Houseworth, Floyd B. Hunt, 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
held today in Camden, Ind. with no announced preference project would be consid- dumped on the county recrea- James Hunter.
with burial in Lucerne (Ind.) What can't be done easily headed by William D erably slowed down. And he lon area again brings to light Ervin W. Ivei, John R. Ives. -
Cemetery. probably can't be done well. Pawley or delegates favoring added that, at the time the his total Ignorance of the area James R Jimerson, ClintonE
Barry Goldwater for the Republican dumping took place only one In question. To the best of my Johnson, William K. Johnson
--- presidential nomination dump truck was working on knowledge, until such time as Beverly A. Jones. sly + ELECT
KING'S TABLEFOR I under the chairmanship of the job. they are able to transport filly Betty A Kelly, Douglas'G
William C. Cramer. The county engineer went on > means of swamp buggies, dealing. James R. Knee,
Democrats have no such to defend Wrights claim that its suggestion is rather Impractical James H. Knott, Bill Krueger,
FINE FOODS choice. They may vote or not, the county commission candidate ." I Gary D. Lassen, Carol I. FLOYD Mil
Served Daily cam. to 8 p.m., a* they see fit, for a single had at no time solicitedthe ,
:- Served From 7 ..m. to 8 p.m. slate of delegates backing fill! dirt. He further branded "r RepublicanCDmmissioner
Breakfast 'Fy President Lyndon: B. Johnson. as false any insinuations or NOTICEThe A
Delegates representing the Innuendoes that a particular In- a
y I from 40c I 7th Congressional District for dividual would be given preference .
Lunch r the Democrats are Ed H over any other individual Y
Price Jr. and Hazel A. Talley. Huston Speaks Up Delinquent Tax List
from 65c District delegates on the un County Commissioner Masel Sarasota
;: Dinner pledged GOP slate are Richard Huston of Venice said he had SHOWING
E Nelson and Isabel P first been Informed of the fill
from 95c tfichaelson Pledged for Gold- dumping last week and had District 5
I TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL water are Smyth D. Brohard made a personal appraisal of All Unpaid 1963 County' TaxesHas
the situation Huston went
of Venice and Genevieve Nut. on
2 Bloch N, of Vtmv Ave, Rt. 41 Ph. 483-6330 to assert that he was "very FLOYD POTTER, Republican Candidate for County
to.For national committeeman, worried about It" and favored been published In the Commissioner, District 5, wishes to thank the voters air\,

the Democrats have to make a changing the policy gave him their support in the Primary Election, end to fa
single choice from a field of Huston, according the SARASOTA JOURNAL people who worked in hit behalf, for the confidence ,ttiey,"
14 candidates including Rich. story, said he felt it wasn't had in him. He asks for the lupport of all thoughtful R.
erd D Barker, A G (Al!) right to fill private property May 6, May 13 and May 20 publican in the Primary Runoff Election on May 26th, ft*
Broderson, Napoleon B. Brow. with county equipment And well Informed refers knows that a vote for Floyd Pott
ard, Joe Carrin, Grover Cleveland he went on to note that in cer- end will alto be published, it a vote for a hardworking businessman with prO'ln.do

Jim Fair, James Jimmy tain locations, fill is a desirable In theSARASOTA ministrativ..sp.ri.nce. Floyd Potter was the choici by i

,a k { Tomes Kilgore,,John Bill McCoy J, Kennedy, J, B, S.Rod.L. charged thing and for premium It. pricesar JOURNAL large margin In the May 5th Primary of all voters In the
County and In the District where both candidate live
ger Jr. Elliott Roosevelt, Rex The District 5 commission Incumbent -
Sweat, and Leon Whitehurst also pointed out that on THE DISTRICT WHERE PEOPLE NOW THE FACTS. Vote
r I democratic national commit- the county owns a recreationarea Wednesday May 27 for Floyd Potter and assure yourself of fair and honed
.1 teewoman will be selected from eight.tenths of a mile be- representation by a man who knows the county
a field of four candidates, Annette low Wright property that has Extra copies ere available at the

Baker, Ann M. Cramer, some low spots and could use Journal-Herald.Tribune office [Paid Political Advertisement)
Nancy' W. Evans and CatherineC some fillWright .
McCall In his statement to

; WxrnQSToo'ulooldng ti Republicans have but two The GONDOLIER, had this to .. ,.. .. H" 'h"""' _. -- ... :e. .ill
choices for national committeeman say
at blueprints,or homes -
Congressman Cramer "After reading; this mornIng ;
for sale,our financing and Albert Roberts, and the "s (Thursday) paper, I
'J can help you take t te same for national committeewoman was convinced again of my \

; prompt,sound action this Helene M. Morris and original decision to seek the 7\DOWNTOWN
Frances C. Salmon District 5 commission post. jr
1 spring Down payment rti "It was statements of a similar 1
j t 1', Is moderate,monthly nature In the past without a

terms fit your E'wood Council foundation which originally
I caused rn to consider running
t incomecostit for the office of county commissioner
low.Let's discuss Meets\ May 28 -0xf VENICE :
before First. I'd like to state that
ENGLEWOOD The May the picture as shown in the '
'j'I' ycubuild IIJIL' meeting of the Englewood Civic paper Is not a picture of my .; .. \. ,' ":

\ or buy. Council of Sarasota County property. Secondly, the fill as Jr! First & Finest Shopping Area \
i Is set for Election Day, Tuesday shown is on the west side of the
May 26, at 8 p.m, in the county's own 68.foot right of f. :' ,
I Veterans Club, way and not on anyone's private rk/I \
An invitation to attend the property Vt
; meeting has been extended by "This fact should have been t DAZZLING SPARKLING t. t ,

VENICE OFFICE the council to all residents of realized by the present county >
the Sarasota County area of commissioner if he was at all BARGAINS VALUES! 'i'Q
601 South Tamiaml Trail Englewood familiar with the surveys on ;,.
Manasota! Key i

Inasmuch as I personally _._ .,.
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Ins 7 missioner Huston on the Key DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY 1 THE MEN'S SHOP ,
FIRSTc7Ji 0 one day prior to this item in For Graduation .
the paper, I have every reason I COMPLETE LINE OF shave Ih
WaterAT wallets & belts clips,
to believe that he was there I I MADRAS money I
for the purpose of checking from $2.50 ,

i SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Warm Mineral this that MI But there he is failed nothing to realIze to. 231! W Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical Center Bid?. 225 W. Venice Ave. 488.1610. '.l ,'
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;l I I'\i\ OTHER OFFICES South Gate and St. Armandi Wedding Rings Diamond Stone Set Ringl
12 Miles South of Venice (Continued from pate 1)) AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Watches Silverware Jewelry
;, (1',1'1;; 11 '\\1r; : ;;:1I1'.W': IT1r .-i ik On US 41 services will be conducted. Salei Service Supplies We Repair All Males I Watch end Jeweler Repair 488.3 II'

Memorial Day speaker will Stuart MerrtcV. Owner I W. Venic Ave ,
ara a.aII be the Rev Donls Dean Patterson 235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2473 I IrN ..-.'J1 II1IIf .I
... ... ygJGKMBf&&lIRMFBMBGULF --'
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rector of St Mark'sEpiscopal "'"" DRIVE.INI
f Church and a captain .- I THEATRE TROPICAL
,I In the Chaplain Corps of
I.T .. 'i f i Paul Taylor the U.S. Army Reserve PAINT SALE i Today Thru Wednesday Tonight, May 25

I wreath will be dropped Into ROSES"
1,1I t the Gulf by Lt, Stanley Laving, Gal. reg. $5.10-$3.25$ Qt. reg. I.95-$1.25 "THE INCREDIBLE in I co-jtarnnfl .,
a' executive officer of the Venice RaBia,'
I ;ill DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE Civil Air Patrol Squadron, In 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 MR. LIMPET" Jack Lemmon & Leg---
: memory of those who lost their T _-
1 :, lives at sea.

f r' for Master of ceremonies for the Welcome/ To I JIM WRIGHT'S

program and 'Met parade VENICE SEED & FEED STORE
marshal will be Worstall. I SHIRTS SLAX
Following the Venice service A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER I
: : ConstableDISTRICT aU units will proceed to 488.3080
121 W. Venice Ave
the Nokomis Cemetery for a 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488 34S7 ...,.
brief memorial service and ,.-II'
military salute After lunch at I
#2 1pm., the units will assembleat SALES & SERVICEFOR VENICE STATIONERSOFFICE
I Gulf Pines Memorial Parkto :
1. take part In services there. SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
i I! t (South of Stickney Point Road) YEARS OPP. THEATRE
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1i i ji i;, "I wish to thank ALL Democrats for their Interest i in the primary the painful ailment of human ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE 211 W. Venice Ave. 483-4II3
l divers who go too deep and Ph. 488.2618 311 Venice Ave. W. --
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citizens, Democrat and Republican, are respectfully asked to support VENICE CAMERA SHOP DEL'S SEWING CENTER

i i 1 I my candidacy in November, and I look forward to greeting each of 1"-ALLEN SPECIAL COHANA.GALEY & LORD FABRICS

i I I J. you personally'' Thanks again! Convalescent and Brownie McCall & Simplicy Patterns ,. I
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MONDAY, MAY 25, 1964

:I -Banging- It Out Grove City Civic Lemon Post Sets Memorial PlansJohn Three Does To New Initiate MembersThree

I ENGLEWOOD: Legionnaire A Sleaaman. EnglewoodBoy
k Group Initiates 11 C F. Hlgginbotham, directorof Scout Troop 26 will assist I candidates for membership -
tI with Pat Bang Lemon Bay Post's Memorial the Legionnaires in arranging In the Benevolent and

t Phone 474-22)4 Day activities, reports that arrangements chairs, directing traffic and Patriotic Order of Does, Drove
have been completed other details under the super 141 will be initiated by officers -
'," Friends of the Rev and Mrs smell garlic cloves Plans For ParkGROVE By PATTY JOHNSON and ANNE TIIARP for the annual May 30 vision of Scoutmaster Lee at the final meeting of the
I'It Alexander Linn gave a tea at pounds minced, 2 ceremonies paying tribute to Walker. The Englewood Girl year Thursday at Elks Hall
Dt Westminster Hall on Tuesday pound onions, chopped fine, 1 As the end of the school year also on the program. The Fry departed veterans of all the Scouts, Brownies and Cub Candidates are Mesdames B.
r r to celebrate their 50th wedding minced crystallized ginger, CITY- Preliminary approaches, students at the singer triplets formed one of nation's wars.Higgtnbotham. Scouts also will participate in B. Keaney, Mrs. Herbert
, anniversary! Mix all Weigh diced mangOl. Plans for a public recreationalarea Venice Junior High School are them and the girls in the other urged all the program. Croane and Mrs. Rupert 0'-

;l A "gold chest" was present crytaUired Ingredient except in Grove City were ini scorching desperately for missIng quartet were Linda Brown, LIDo churches, fraternal and civic The Legion Memorial Day Keefe.A .
ginger, books social hour will be held
ed to them full of contributions )in large Let stand tinted at an enthusiastic meet- studying for finals, da Surenkamp, Amy Wyckoffand organizations of the Englewood committee Includes
II'! enameled vessel ing of the and making plans for their Lacy Schless. Higgins/ after the meeting. Mrs. John
. their over. Grove David Cor-
h from many friends night: Transfer City Civic area to Join with the legionnalres botham, chairman William
to ; Artman is
large Assn. held summer vacations bett, master of president
Englewood and Punta pre- Wednesday night in ceremonies, I in
r In Corda. serving kettle, heat making year'sobservation Haste, John White, Jay Fitting,
Mrs. Ralph Orchid very Ilow. the Charlotte County Building! -o- concluded the assembly with of the
L\ was Iy to boiling point. stir day a Charles E Yale, Louie D. Nearly 10,000 different varieties -
and of his
'r chairman of the affair. Mrs mOVe film as chutney bubbles re- The plan met with unanimous Tuesday May 12 the tennis .several favorite folk memorable occasion. Sheppard, and William E. of apples are grown
;1 Linn Horton, Mrs. Ruth :da. gently, In 3'" to 4 hours film approval of the member- team played Brookside's tennis .oni'0 The service will be held in Herdman throughout the world.
blci and Mrs William Bram- will no longer> rise. Add ship and association president team in Venice Brookside the park adjacent to the Legion
]Icy were in charge of the table ginger crystallized James Padovano designated a came out as the victors with a On May It our girl softball I headquarters, starting at
_ decorations. Gold tapers flank. hour. Pour chutney during last half committee to Investigate the score of 4-1. On Thursday, the teams participated in a county- 10.30: am., with the Invocation YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
ed a tiered cake which was clean jars and seal Makes Into hot facts and take necessary act- Venice team traveled to Sara- wide Softball tournament at by Reverend Arle L. Lein- 3
decorated In gold, topped by a Pints or 30 half pints 15 ion with the view to presenting sota to challenge Brookside Sarasota Junior High School bach of St David's Episcopal
small) bride and groom. ed a quarter of We add- the legal requirements at the again. Brookside won 4-1 and They had a wonderful time Church. Auto Insurance
a pound of next session closed their tennis season withan meeting and competing I 1. NEW LOW RATES
Mr Linn Horton was master blanched almonds, which of the association. against Higginbotham anno u n Cad
of ceremonies. He said "Forty like and was not called for.we The committee named includes undefeated record. Venice the girls from the other schools that, in tribute to the nation's 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
years ago when we came to -0- Robert Stephenson, chair. tied with Sarasota for second in the county Their results heroes lost at sea, John Greer 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
man; Charles E. Yale place were good and Venice came Jr., of ,
Englewood, we didn't have Susan Reynold, niece Mrs Englewood a World
good roads, electric lights nor Johannas who spent a of George Mercer and Clayton The golf team a1w! played home with a record of two victories War II pilot, will fly his own
several Rhodes their final match one tie, and one loss. aircraft
city water but we had a wonderful vacation here with UI, last week over the assemblage ,
to came against McIntosh. Venice won -0-. and out over the er
religious life, becauseRev Jacksonville to visit her Sam Spinosa, president of gulf where he
Linn held services each father, who moved from Sarasota the Grove City Realty Co., 39-5, closing the season withan The Honor Society membershad will strew poppies on the war AGENCY
Sunday In the Lemon undefeated record. Don Wil a "rip-roaring" time at
Bay recently She and her promised fullest cooperation er.Throughout -
\Uman's Club. These continued husband Visited a week and in the achievement of the proposed lis, shooting a 41, was low their beach party on May 18. the service, the 116 W. Venice Avenue
there until the present then left for home project. medalist The picnic was held just southof Venice Junior High School T.l.phonel <4882209.W'llIll"'W..IIIII'T'I'U.
Presbyterian Church was builtin -0It the Venice beach and started band will provide a Memorial
1951." you want Reports on the progress of The 1964-65 Venice Junior about 2:30: p.m. The members Day program of music, under
we know something dyed, the project to improve the High School Majorettes were swam, ate, sang, and thoroughly the direction of Band Master
A plaque on the north wall a gal who does
of the church Is dedicated in beautiful Job, Mrs. Paul Bierce a roads of by the Padovano area were submitted chosen on Monday May 11 enjoyed themselves all afternoon .....It T .-..... nil" t
who stated The
new leaders of the band
-- honor of the work the Rev ), when we
Mr repainted that he has been assured are Sara Havenstrlte, Brenda
;; Linn contributed to the com our bathroom was cream upper the road work will continue Owen, Kiki Koph, Bonnie Vree-

munity In many ways Mr. walls walls, hideous pink, lower through the Summer months. land, Linda Shanks and Ear. VOTE FOR
Horton brought the tea to a It was redone two Charles Yale chairman of lene Rawles, alternate. NPC Club
c'-we by reading a poem titled of soft green Our many the waterfront committee announced -0-
Friends.." I blue towels of three different that "slow down" The Student Council
1 ;colors were definitely out, ao signs for boaters have been ed a Talent Show on May 15. Notes
Mr and Mrs William Sch- suggested dying them. Threwsome erected at the entrance of This was the first type of program B. JOHNSONR

rouder of Orchard Lane left faded pink in too, and each Grove City Canal. ever to be presented at Presbyterian Circles 3 and 4
here for the balance Mrs. Bierce brought back I
of the loveliest the Mrs. James Padovano chairman the Junior High School and it met this week. Mrs. Harold Au
summer. They are heading for moss green towels turned out to be
popular hostess
of the association's school very was to Circle 3 on
you ever The
Missouri. saw pink and the and I
three shades of blue all committee, submitted a com ,Interesting.. .. .. The.program Tuesday afternoon at her home
were In"ludpd M .1. Im.n on M.rrll tr..t' fur.. UTnt-A R
We have heard from Mr. and one lovely color. How she did prenemsive report on the Charlotte piano--performances and folk Churchill S
County school was hostess to Circle
firs O. Cartee, and Royal Is it, we'll never tell you So a activities ballet y
and urged the association to song groups to dances 5 on Wednesday afternoon at I
second batch
enjoying all the entertainment all white went off today, contact the Charlotte County Money prizes of $10, $5 and' $3 her home on Freemont Street. E '
panned in Dundee, Mich.. for with blue stripes, Board of Public Instruction were given to the first, second Mrs. Alfred Kelsey was hostessto
them. But you know whatTThere's some with orange stripes Wecan't and request the board to and third place winners, respectively Circle 1 and Mrs. Spencer
wait to appoint P I
a pull to be on the see them. a qualified superintend Patty Johnson won Riley in Warm Mineral Springsand fs, I
road toward home, where one -0- ent of schools in order to first dace with her renditionof Marge Topping were co-
On assure I
can dress, eat, sleep, get up Wednesday the Mealed the restoration of accreditation "The Moon Passes Behind I hostesses to Circle 2 the previous U
when one wants to. Isn't it allays woodpecker paid l us one of his to the county schools. the Clouds." Jenie Tamer was week. The Circles will discontinue E
the ? three visits a year. He landedon awarded
way The membership second place for her their meetings during
-0- the water oak stayed about enthusiastically in favor of the graceful ballet performance of the summer months and will B
Have come to the conclusion three seconds and off he went. proposal an awakening doll. Roberta meet again In September
(that the tremendous success of We know now summer Is not Merrill singing a favorite selection The Women of the Church I R
too far away He is bigger than The association voted : L i
the Chamber of Commerce is disapproval "Getting To Know You"from are making plans for a Church r k a'I
rot due to Its many presidents, ever his comb, blood red rivals of the establishment of "The King and I," received picnic to be held o t June 5. s I
efficient as they have all been \ a rooster's. He will be a "mobile home" area on third place honor. The
but to the quiet tranquility of back a few times then disappear Route 775 east of Placida other contestants were Ronnie -0- I !
Ethel Hill Called that IU recently til next year. Road, from Florida Avenue Jones performing at the piano; Members of the Jim Gardner I
on a purely personal -0- south three blocks. A communication Betty Curry and Earlene Raw- Club gathered early Thursday C
question but nothing is too Thursday we had dinner was addressed to lei performing a pantomime of evening for a Covered Dish f
much nor too small for Ethelto guests They called us In due Zoning Board Director Oscar the "Purple] People] Eater"; Dinner preceding the regular
solve. She intelligently asked time they would be late, due Hettema. setting forth the as Shirley Curry, Sandy Badger/ business meeting. The popular A LLH
questions and suggested she to a doctor's check-up, which sociation's objection. Dorothy Blades and Mark Bus- Kitchen Band entertained the
was understandable. And by kirk exhibiting their version of group with several numbers
I mk it over for a few days and It was reported that progress N F
call back She is really the they, we mean The Rev. and i has been made in the effort to the Charleston; Ronnie Dinero, during the evening.
urjung heroine of the C-C. Mrs. 0. L. Lenback, the min. obtain "Grove City" signs on Jim Gietek, and Jeff Knuckles
: Presidents come and go, but ister and his wife of St. the highway and street signs. singing ft popular rock and roll Manx cats have a peculiar
i 1 Ethel Hill "forever." David's. They enjoyed our din. song; and Debbie Hasselby hopping gait caused by their
goes on ner and we lingered over it Padovano announced that playing the piano. There were short forelegs and unusually

friends of- and chatted away as if we had complying with the associa two folk song singing groups long hind legs.OPPORTUNITY.
Sheppard known each other for years. tion's constitution, the next JOHNBJOHNSONPULL
*e know will be glad to learn
she is He told us he had been appointed general meeting will be held in
coming along tine. She
secretary at the Fort October, but he emphasizedthat
even told Tom to thank for
us Myers Deanery Clericus and the board of directors will
delighted cards and to messages.know she Were is also elected Fort Myers Area continue active; through the I am Interested in telling percentage In a going\ business. LEVER #3D MAY 26th
clergy representative to the summer supervising the as
coming along go nicely. sociation's for the I need an active manager (male or female) ) to take complete
archdeanery which meets in program
barrier! Other Interests
charge. Age require
no my
welfare of
Grove City.
Fred Eccles of Mango Street St. Petersburg quarterly.On full time, Interest Includes manager's salary. Day work. No THE HONEST CANDIDATE
h home from Saturday, May 18, the At the conclusion of the
Bay Pines Hospital Sundays.
Vicar snd Sunday School teachers meeting the membership enjoyed
and back on the Job took the children from the a neighborly social hour NOMINAL CAPITAL REQUIREDClear
again So glad they were able WITH PROVEN ABILITY!
Sunday School to Oscar Scher-
to find out what was wrong with refreshments served under conditioned retail wort.
air store pleasant
er State Park for a picnic and ,
and correct it Fred the supervision of Mrs.
so quickly. I
game It was a final treat before Downtown Venice. j
Ji a nice guy the School John O'Donovan and Mrs. Eg- JOHN B. JOHNSON has sound and work
-0- Sunday stops : References.' WRITE M. J.,, BOX 746, VENICE I a responsible
for the summer ,ett, t
Last when we made our
Mango year Chutney, we had so _._ I able program for making the SHERIFF'S OFFICE OF
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thought many telephone we'd pass on calls to you on the it, FACT who know both best SARASOTA COUNTY more effective and dignified.IT .

'I new it recipe we are using and : People men
ever good; 15 pounds cut IS
up ripe mangos. (Haden, Keittor :

Kent we used Hadens),

I Package pounds dark seedless brown raisins sugar, 1 1 prefer Haven Page by a wide margin ((1)I) TRAINING OF DEPUTIES by providing a continuing program of formal

package currents, 2 cups cidar and on-fhe-job training for all personnel in the Sheriff's Office, making full

vinegar, 2 cups lime juice, 4 UM of the courses and other facilities provided for such training.
tablespoons) crushed red -
4 tablespoons mustard by diligent and continuing Investigation and enforcement to stop teenage

Red, 4 tablespoons salt, 6 s drinking at its source.J .


f cooperation, encouragement and lending leadership when requested to civic

WANTED! I y' organizations and public institutions sponsoring guidance programs and activities

.+ 1 Chose Page for teenagers.


NATIONAL 1- ((5)) A SOUTH COUNTY OFFICE by providing an office in the vicinity of'

COMMITTEEMAN Venice complete with radio and telephone so as to make the facilities of the

WHERE THEIR DEMOCRAT Sheriff's Office more readily available to South County residents


CONSIDERATIONDESERVING PROCESS by having subpoenas, jury summons, and ether civil process

(Whom of served by a deputy wearing street clothes and driving an unmarked car;
t one unless circumstances dictate service by uniformed deputy driving Sheriff Department

w :a' them must face in November) vehicle.

;; VOTERS ((7)) COUNTYWIDE PATROL by a systematic, coordinated countywide patrol

OF 29 % MORE by deputies so that maximum protection can be obtained from the forces
PROMOTION1O Chose Page available

((8)) A FULL-TIME SHERIFF by providing Sarasota County with a Sheriffs
nAls OF ** Department run by a healthy and mature men ai a 'full-time employee ef
1& SERVICE TO.... the voters.

AND PRECINCT 6 (May 5 Primary) PRECINCT 12 ( May 5 Primary)



J Cast An Informed Voteon

"We Republicans want a man we can win

through ELECT UNITY" with in November" VOTE MAY 26 FOR May 26th.


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< rut GONDOLIER\ I MONDAY---- MAY isnau -,, jqNMxaaea

Too Late To THE Business Invests

t Classify L ( ,PEOPLE Over 3-4 Billion

Along a 500-foot front on I

1 Meadow Lake in Flushing Investors spent $878,886,000 spent for new machinery and
Meadow Park, at the New, for new Florida manufacturingplants equipment and 25 per cent. o,
York World' Fair, the Stateof To The Editor: them to let those big buildingssquat and equipment during $216,422.000, for new building
: fir 'TRn Aaeot1AreD *- WIllIaM or ''I'IIW rumn PXKSB ASSOCIATION Florida has created a $3 9 i Your 'Letter To The Presi there in total anonymity) the five years, 1958-1962 the and additions These propoM1..
j t' dent' GREAT. Just hope W. W. WARD. Florida State Chamber of Commerce tions vary somewhat fromft.
million image of ita attraction I youdon't
Te A....." I'... Y.ehdwlx.teld. to w. fm r.p.blk_ of all .... dwD.0- that Venice.Editor' reported in its Weekly national average of 71
R Rot.--. _I..... .. Na aave. .... N. best. sew. .._..... beer,, AI Malmo. 1 ned+Ile.M.a Y and advantage for viewing bya get so discouraged Business Review. for equipment and per cent
.( seed doppkb. aN .... t..i potential 18 million persons, you will "pile your belong. ( Note: We've been 29 per cent
TIM arm end. local. ...rtMM xMMit ml *. I aep..w to nnN.e.d .. -..--. to f during the two year period of, ings." The next 10 years will saying the same thing for along "This total covering the lat for building
mwflf forklddn owM br _,_ I..tm...... the fair. be easier, and that ought to be time Mr. Ward, but you eat period for which official estimates "The annual expenditure for
in FINE I have had It so much better.) are available] represents Florida manufacturing
print. my say facii|
...- BMTT ........., end. llmrKhr. from 11S44 X. Mlwl A_ While the official opening of own business for twelve. capital exPenditure. for ties during the period reacsJ
Calead Ao t.m4 Cb. MUM .. ...,. the fair and the Florida exhibit additions of
Al Port Offto. M V SALLY STUBBS, entirely new structures, a high $225,353,000 In i 1961,
recently was marred by poor Venice. to existing plants and for representing 2.3 per cent of the
To The Editor
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher weather, and racial demonstrations : new machinery and equipment. comparable national
the situation has Improved I certainly enjoyed your let. Purchases of old and old figure In
rt COURTNEY WILLIS Advertising Manager To The Editor: ter addressed to the Presidentof plants 1962 the Florida figure dropped
steadily since then and machinery and equipment are
1/ SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor the return of good weather and The Venice Area Women'sClub Businessand the U. S. I surely hope it not included. about $33 million and came to
j r ROGER Mechanical Superintendent the absence of agitators a normal wishes to thank you for reads gets by it the personally.Mrs. watchdogs. and he "Three-fourths of the five- 1 1.8 per cent of the national to.
flow of visitors now "
the complete coverage you year total, or $662,464,000 was tal expenditure
' SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year $3.25 per six months $2.7J streams through the exhibit have given to us this past year. Williams and I have
daily with attendance steadily spent the last 13 winters in -jc-* -K f.
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $6.25 per year $4.25 You and your staff are to Venice. The last four at 4 I
per six months $3 per three months increasing. be commended for keeping organizations the Sunset MoteL Enjoy years The I VENICE MOVIE LOG I
_. Starting with the Chicago such as ours in the
World's Fair in 1933, Florida "limelight." GONDOLIER. and GULF THEATRE! TROPICALDRIVEIN
exhibits have dominated state DORSEY TISCHLER you your good
The Committee Of 100A paper much success.JOHN Thru THEATRE
displays and attracted record Publicity Chairman, Today Wednesday
smashing crowds at Cleve Venice Area Business E. WILLIAMS Today May Zj
Don KnoUs
South County group has Initiated Laurel and Nokomis in between. land's Great Lakes Exposition and Professional Wom Rehoboth Beach Del. "DAYS OF WINE

move to organize a Committe. of 100 As we understand it, the idea behindit the World's Fair in New Yorkin en's Club. In AND ROSES"
1939 and Is doing so again at co-starring
to promote the orderly planning and development it that if something U good for Veniceit the 1964-65 fair. To The Editor: To The Editor: "TIlE INCREDIBLE lack Lemmon and

"t of the area U good for Englewood if It ;ii good for Florida is no stranger to the Occasionally but not very Hope this letter will get in MR. LIMPET": Lee Rrmlrk

i It i il its aim to work not in competition Englewood it !il good for Venice, and soon population of the world's great often we read that Venice the hands of the newspaper MIU. N.nS. U, .. U
to has been given a quickie ref- We do not know the correct II ... ... _
est metropolitan area, nor
Lion but in close and and down the line.
harmony -
cooperation up the winter
the nation for that matter Our erence as quartersof name of the paper there. We -
\ with aiisting agencies to achieve. The Committee of 100 offers a wonderful previous exhibition show windows the Ringling] Circus or the wrote to the Chamber of Com .

t j those aims.It opportunity for all to pitch in and have all played an Im- name of our town has appear. merce In Venice asking for it. { IAICarry
ed on a program of a circus They did not answer our letter GRANT'S "SKILLET" CE
\) ii non-profit, broad in !its concept make this the finest place In all Floridato portant and part home in seekers attracting and visitors acquainting pullman car In a recent issueof but turned our name over to I

."t, and with a potential unlimited for the live, to work and to enjoy.It industry with the the GONDOLIER a pretty a real estate office which does
good of all South County from Osprey deserves your enthusiastic support.The numerous advantages this state girl on an elephant called attention not give the variety of listings .

i ; o" the north to Englewood and North promise it holds for all South Coun- offers. mentioned to the fact that the Venicewas circus' we are looking for.
as We would like to subscribe
Port Charlotte on the south with Venice, taint It incalculable. You can depend on It, manyof home on a daytime television for the Venice paper for at BUCKET of. .
the people now visiting our show least the next two months.
splendid exhibit will later be- I don't know how many tourists MR. & MRS. PAUL JANKE
U l f' Keep Those Dollars At HomeThree come permanent residents and from all over America 115 Vincent Ave.,
industries attracted the
new drive along Highway 41 in a Lvnbrook, L. I., N. Y. ChickenCO
exhibit will bring new business thous- (Your H on the "
f' year's time. A hundred paper way
major building projects underway of-town union. These people from torn and enterprise to the state Increasing and A quarter of a million Mr. and Mrs Janke. We're

In Venice area at the moment are place else objected to employment of employment and Certainly at times we drive happy to be of service).

the $700,000 hospital and $500,000 school non-union workers by a Venice contractor. strengthening our economy.The bumper to bumper with automobiles WHOLE 2'/2' LB>

r I expansions and a $110,000 church education The school project also has been picketed sit > occupied by the bearing license plates J/) 60
Florida exhibit is as desirableas from every state in the union.. To The Editor: .C CHICKEN ((10 Places)
t building. by out-of-townert,, although there any on the grounds. It covers South of town they pass a With all due respect to our
The hospital and church projects were has been no work stoppage thr. 3.12 acres near one of the large group of new buildings legislators] etc., in Washington WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I IB. COLE SLAW

mad possible by contributions from generous Contractors on all these projects won main entrances which adjoinsa that might be anything factory I think you should be com 1/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS
3,500-car parking lot. Also warehouse, lumber com- mended on letter to lined
your open ,all orders packed in foil buckets)
people of Venice area; the school the jobs presumably on competitive bidding situated in this lake area are pany anything, in fact but the President last week. From

project is financed In part by taxes extracted which it as it should b*. And of the amphitheatre the exhibitsof what they really are, the circus what I've heard from many Phone Ahead. your order will be ready
from the of the Venice Hawaii and Texas and the winter home. There is not employers, the Wage tc Hours
I people course, the contractors sublet torn of the PHONE 488-5075
Continental Circus while exciting even the tiniest little sign to people probably have created
area work locally.It monorail and novel boat Indicate this, either on the more ill will than any other
Yet the general contractors on all three rides along the edge of the buildings or along the road. branch of the government.
will be nice when the
projects are from some place alt*. day comet lake give visitors an aerial Why doesn't Mr. Rmgling D. GRADY HOUCH, JR., RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
All work halted the that Venice area businesses can get the view or mariner's view of the Junior buy a can of paint or Venice. I
was on hospital exhibit while .
I exotic Florida the Venice Area Chamber of
addition for two days last week because contracts for such work and keep all those the magnificent Florida citrus Commerce or the city councilor

\i, of a picket line thrown up by an out. Venice area dollars at horn. tower is visible from main somebody paint or put upa
iJ; arteries as well as most of the sign/ stating that those big
grounds and it is estimatedthat buildings over there on the
this single attraction will west of The Trail are the homeof l
II I.l' Will Benefit
Everyone be seen by millions of persons this famous circus And if
4 during the two year fair they don't, why get so pleasedand
;.. : Then art people In town who would checking out credit references and, presumably period. excited to get a footnoteon 'JDon't

tell you it could never happen, but Bar. little if any cash lost by trust Improved transportation facilities some daytime television to a boy
show two or three
faster schedules, once every
t tow retail merchants located both in the ing the wrong customers. ?
highways and expandedrail years
'f', A central business district and in the shopping Properly operated, the program will super facilities make it possiblefor Darned if it doesn't look like

I 1 center are collaborating on a joint give top-rank credit standing to thou more people to visit the they're ashamed of us or we ofGOODBUY

I'' I project. In view of past difficulty in getting residents of Bartow and vicinity who deserve 196465 fair than ever before.
Travel agents and transportation
next-door merchants to It and will wd the de-
even agree out ( I ) companies offer tours to

.r 1t on almost anything, the current accord liberate deadbeats, ((2)) those who mean fit most any pocket book.It .

'!) seems almost miraculous. well but are careless with their Income, is estimated that more !

,4"i The magnet which has drawn these two and ((3)) those who get to excited over people will visit the fair than .a ,

t : r l far-apart commercial entities together It "nothing down, years to pay" offers that ever while visited hotels any fair and in historyand motels 11 ,

;, a citywide credit plat system About 30 they buy themselves into poverty. will be taxed to care for the ...... & I

merchants so far have. signed up for the The credit plat system when it gets crowds, all expense tours are 7

I plan, and there may b* more when the rolling about July I I. should benefit! the provided by travel agencies INSURANC
that Include not only transpor-
deal it wrapped up later this week. merchants, by reducing their credit losses; tation to New York but hotel

r It works this way: each participating' the good-paying customers, by eliminatingany admission and guide service. GQODGKB

#j merchant turns In a list of hit good-risk difficulty In obtaining credit or getting Ground transportation at the
fair itself has been markedly
1 credit customers The lists are cross-check checks cashed within the city; and improved over previous fairs

ed, and names which rata high with one the chronic don't-pay citizens by makingit and visitors will find it possible when

store may b* on another merchant' "don't more difficult for them to overspendtheir to reach the various areas you
1.1. with a minimumof
touch" list. By the time all the boiling incomes. walking. ......) i

I down has been don, the names left are Even bitter than these results Is the If you are planning a vaca- want a man-sized car

A-1 credit risks anywhere in town. fact that the credit plat program has tion, why not make it to the

To these people, plastic credit cards at least for the time being brought strong fair. Take the family along and

y' art issued, which will b* honored without ly competitive arias of the business community enjoy advantages yourself.are The tremendousand educational AUTO LIFE I FIRE INSURANCE

1 question by any of the retailers taking into a cooperative endeavor. very much worthwhile.In Hugh G. McPherson

N' part In the plan Ther11 b* no time lost -Polk County Democrat Bartow, Fla. 2S3 S. Tamiami Trail T'' Lir
1657, officials of early New
': York, then called Nieuw Amsterdam Ph. 4886567P
[II .:r A Gruesome RecordIn launched the first an- (11011'

tilitter-bug campaign, fining STATE FARM
? j In the first four months of this year 494 property damage by wrecks first offenders the equivalentof Iniuranc Companies
I Home Olficwi Bloomlngton, Illlnoo
11 persons died In traffic accidents on Florida "Last year during this sam period there $1.20.

d streets and highways. were 463 deaths on our highways, and

: !I. "In addition to the lost of loved ones, this year ii starting out more deadly

j ? 1 J't killed in these accidents, there was an than '63. r Fred Astaire

9 estimated economic loss to everyone of "It is up to you the driver to make ilaIt

; t $90 million dollars. This is quit a price this a record year or a safer ytar. If w* F is happy to announce that at of r

it I,.; to pay for carelessness," said Colonel I H. drive with sensible reasoning and give a today MAY 25th, hit Sarasota

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The Florida Highway Patrol estim.t'lI PRIVATE GROUP CLASSES ) 'tf1 IDAA r
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I a per
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.Mrs. Stevens Places 2nd In State e.r nfest; .

.. Peace Corps Horticulturist Ends Mrs. C. N. (Cap) Stevens of she would have won another
t, 1; Shore Road, Nokomis, was second in the garment category
.j. .' notified Thursday that she won but contest rules did not
J.'j second place in the State permit an entrant to place in
Grange sewing contest with more than one catepory. Her
African Duty Visits In VeniceUnusual 94 113 points score for the points in this category were
child dress she entered in the also 94 113 out of a possible
contest. 100.
and exotic African this country and had some wonderful a Judging was held Monday in Mr*. Stevens, who has been
sHe expressed regret at leav-
gifts added Miami sewing since childhood, said
an extra fillip to beautifully hand from Florida
the warm homecoming at the decorated brass other horticulture grower firms,.i line some of his favorite projects Mrs. Stevens who entered this was the first contest she
I among them the avocados two garments in two has entered Her
Brucewood Geer home on Har- Manthey as a efforts to Introduce new' categories prize was a
bor Drive when Mrs Geer's for the Peace into the country," to the which he Introduced in- was told that by points portable mixer.
country fifty
brother, Melvin Manthey rendered
Manthey arrived said.
seeds he produced 60 plants,
here this month
en route
to his -J!': all healthy and now almost two I
home in Melbourne Village : old.Mangoe, NATIONALRealtor's
Fla. = 1 years
i He has Just returned from eri he said, were difficult
.o- two years with the Peace Corps / to grow there, but the
.os In Tunisia and came straight 500 Surinam cherry trees he Week
here, bringing gifts to the planted survived as did the 250
...... Geers and his mother, Mrs O. 11 I 4 A royal palms which he grew
F. Manthey, who has spent the '. from seeds sent by the Home- ,
t winter with them. ( stead Experiment Station. MAY 24 THRU MAY 30
Manthey is a horticulturist, These will be used to decoratetho
artist, ceramist and student of < gardens, zoos, parks, the "Move Up To More In '64 A Better
royal palace and the
4 Indian culture. He joined the American
_-4s Peace Corps in 1962 and was Cemetery in which are Home Thru A Realtor"
MRS. rillLUPR. ILtWES Immediately sent, after train. buried 4,500 Americans
log to Tunis where he worked J. A Manthey also Introduced the
Liss with Fathalla Tremeshe Tunisian 1i sapote, sapldilla, royal poin- Symbol ofSuperior
; JoAnn Perkins chief of gardens, parks ... ciana and rose apple trees as
zoos and playgrounds. \ .., well as papayas, azaleas, double
Tremeshe visited the Geers Ii petunias, asters and zinnias Servicein
Perkins'edsPhillfaHawes' and Mrs. Manthey here three \ one hybrid variety whichhe
weeks ago while on a visit to ;.. T. planted there immediatelyafter
its development and release
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Mr.JoAnn and Perkins Mrs. Ronald, daughof E-. After a short wedding trIp VJIIS Girls Have "I I Manthey by a,major whose seed bachelor grower, Real Estate
Mr. and Mrs Hawes home Is a Melbourne Village
(skins of 824 Madrid Ave., be- home at 812 Madrid Ave are at Show Tomorrow"The R showplace filled with antiques,
bride of
Phillip R.
me,.ea of Venice in a simple She was born In Rutland, Vt., Old Woman In a Shoe"is outdoor artifacts living and unique features indoor-con-
[wnoon ceremony on May 9 and moved to Florida in 1954. the theme of the fashion tinued expanding his ,collections
t Vemce-Nokomis Presbyter. She was graduated from Venice show to be presented by the \ \ \ while in Africa;
i Church High School in 1958 and has home economics department of [ \ J C'r
Among the hundreds of itemshe
The Rev David A. Bowlesid been employed at the legal Venice Junior High School tomorrow O
firm of Boone ; procured, some from museums
the nuptial vows at the Hazen and Isp- at 7:30: p.m.
others from shops and
ule ring ceremony hording since that time. The young models will be his
some on own beachcombing
The couple was attended by Mr. Hawes is a members of the eighth and --
native of
expeditions, are amulets,
and Mrs H. K. ninth grade homemaking WEARING A and headdress Mrs
Hall. Massena, N. Y., and was graduated classes ) Roman glass, Roman and
bride afternoon and will model clothes Brucewood Geer her brother, Melvin Man.
i The wore an from Barnstable High they Greek statuary and shards of
of white lace and which they made in school they that these than the five five x
r.ss a cor- School, Hyannis, Mass, in -by- pants these, silver Jewelry (some
:e of white carnations. Mrs.II 1951. He later attended Wentworth Miss Carm Huston will\] be he is showing her. worn under the jeba, he thousands of years old), and
wore a soft floral print moderator and music will be said, when he here some of the articles
Institute, Boston before oil lamps used by both the
d a corsage in matching col- provided by Miss Gertha Shawat he brought back two-year tour of duty Greeks and Romans.
serving four years with the U. the piano with the Peace visited the Geers
The groom is the son of Mrs S. Air Force He came to Florida The fashion show Is open to and his mother to his home in Melbourne He exhibited his collection
L Hmckley of Cape Cod, in 1957 and is now employed the public, free of charge and Village, Fla.Mesdames. to a group of his sister'sfriends
will be held in the VJHS Chorus on May 8 at her home.
by Morton and Hall, Inc. Room. The next day he departed for
At the end of the show FHA I Host Grange Melbourne Village where he BOARDS, .i
junior degrees will be awardedto will stay at least a month be-
the girls who achieved their Mrs. Harold fore deciding what to do next
goals through the year. Arthur Bower will Dlaine He may perhaps go back into -
the Grange
Girls receiving their awards landscape gardening and
DRESS SALE will be: Misses Marie Hicks program at the Hospital horticulture here. Or he may
1 Cheryl Frysmger, Anne Tharp, Venice Ing Wednesday Civic Center.at 7: return to Africa, either Nigeria
Connie Burt, Lana Breedon, H. Blaine of Laurel, or Rhodesia. Or he may
TWO DAYS ONLY Janie Tamer, Gertha Shaw Assisting will be and active leader in work with the American Indians REALTOR MEMBERSof
Elaine Ellis, Carol Frysinger, Keyser, Mrs. overpow"I War Veterans or in this country.
THURSDAY FRIDAY Cathy Wilson, Susy White, Laura and Mrs. Richard in Sarasota and Wherever he goes one thingis the
May 28 May 29 Fann, Willene Hendrix and Mrs. Keyser entered Sarasota Me- sure: some museum, someday VENICE AREA BOARD
II Cindy Herme charge of Hospital Thursday and will have an extensive and
Home Economics teacher is All Grange reported in fairly good; well authenticated collection REALTORS, INC.
THE RESORT SHOPVENICE MIll Ann Hunt. vited.JobHunting, on the weekend. bearing the Manthey name Robert S. Bayiurd

A Run W. Caspereen
I Get Hints I
205 W. Venice; Ave.REPUBLICANS. Earl D. Edge

I Francis L
I With less than a month away as a matter of fact perfume, extra.long fin short or worn in a neat bun. Evans
from that all-important first- ating to be teased hair, white Makeup just enough to liven John Ellttns Prater
. job-hunting expedition, the says spectacular clothes. up your face.
I June girl graduate and the No Lipstick False Eyelashes OK Dress conservative but Ira J. Glocltner
summer Job-seeker might well His remarks don't even care if a girl with style.
take stock now as to how the talk. The false eyelashes," says Embellishments light on Gilbert deB. Hunt
employee expects her to look. contrived by boss magnanimously, "as jewelry and perfume. Howard
P. Horn
A recent survey in New York mouth with the as those eyelashes don't
City shows the long-standing tion as that used as if they're coated with Stamp ClubAn Charles C. Johnson
rules still apply, plus a few until you are all
ELECT HELENE M. added tips.Neatness. Then oil or a white they have no objections auction and bourse session Frederick: Koentg j
shining cleanliness applied to get that heel shoes, even spikes, will be featured at the
of hair, skin and clothing, con- no lipstick look." the girl knows how to Venice Stamp Club meeting John E. McLaury
servative dress and little or no Blondes look tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at Sarasota .
perfume or jewelry are still the brunettes sans formula goes like this: Federal Savings and Myron M. McGlynn
MORRISIAa all-important first requisites man points out, clean, shining and Loan Assn. community room. Walter L Miles
I But unless the applicant has need a little color
knowledge to the contrary as I their faces. I II Frances E. Murphy
to the preferences of a specific I "When. we have a Regent Addresses '
boss, there are a few headlin"don'ts" I dpn't say II Byron M. Mart!* ,
about I 1'1
this year: agency Ruth L
The no-lipstick look is not go- the agency tells DAR Chapter Here
nperfenced active Ing over big with bosses, nor conforms to the I Robert P. Merrill)
the fancy teased hair I'm hiring her and
styles are to her old ways Ralph Longely, Regent General and Mrs William Bose Kermit L: MicUethwalt: I
dedicated Republican As for the lipstick: the job. They de Sola Chapter, read a memorial to the late
Reminded that this attitude weird idea you are of the American General of the Army, Douglas Frank&: C. Raebum
*to trio build ed, but that you gave a resume of MacArthur.
, a strong Is a switch from earlier attitudes : I
Con- Martin S. Stancilt i
about lipstick, one employer new nonsense if you recent Continental Sara de Sota Chapter will
Statewide Republican says he's still not in favor It. Huh," he says.Interviews of the National. D. C., Society at the hold a Flag Day luncheon on William P. Toole I
of a paint job for the face- June 15th at Zmn's and Myakka
not worn at work, anyway. But He observes all meeting of Myakka Chapter members may Hays Watlington
Pry organization .." he'll take a little lipstick over the reception room, on Wednesday, make reservations through
"r the no-lipstick Idea. What he'd the most likely types George Quarmbey, his- Mrs. Grove or Mrs. C, L. H. N. Wimmers I
UI.UJ. rather have is no lipstick at from that group, and of the Sarasota Chapter of
! all, he says others away, he highlights of the Con-
, REPUBLICAN What's the difference? "I can recognize and Mrs Henry Waitte
"Without lipstick a girl looks I and efficiency right the duties of a page. -::- ::- .......
i NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN perfectly natural, but with the the way the girl is at Venice Bridge --
j no-lipstick look, she looks as If I[ like a girl to look was conducted by Re- m '
j VOTE MAY 26 she's gotten out of a sick bed. businesslike, not as if Mrs. William Grove ;:. + YOU CANT GO
___ '4. P. AtIf. I I You don't feel like asking hero applying for a job introduced visiting DAR "f; !t..
do something for you ond the male help." : Mrs. H. L. Spaun- I r" f'
Teased hold so Mrs Logan, Mrs. Joseph : WRONG

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= a grotesque hair formerly of Ver. ,> .p with
Summing it up was elected to member- fvm -" i
ELECT II loyers do not like the Chapter
that is an attraction Guy Ransdell read the
up or dress such as : of the President : WRIGHTYour
Elliott Roosevelt

I ., i VOTE FOR xx Republican Candidate For

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invites the supporters of ALL local Democratic I THE COUNTY EQUALLY; NOT ONE AT THE EX-

candidates to unite behind him In his effort to give Over 20 Years IT'S EXPERIENCE PENSE OF ANOTHER!

Florida strong and effective leadership on a national SurveyingExperience THAT COUNTS!

level. In I VOTE WRIGHT MAY 26Paid j

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By MARY E. KRIPI II I.6 ounce package AII-Meat 1MARKITEt I

We are happy to report Mr. ( ) your privilege
Kenneth H. McDougall on
Thomas street came home Sun ; Iy'<8r.' ologna !
day after about t week's stay I I
In the Venice hospital Mr. : : L___ : : IOOO FREE1O(
McDougall underwent a major 9 I
operation and Is recovering ua G J"/ Green Stamps
very nicely We wish him a I WHEN : I I I **...!Is**m mi ladw.tBORDEN'S
t\l\ e'
speedy recovery--0- g YOU ..,. ''t. I reg.ASSORTED pkg. 59c OMLETS

Mrs Laura Lesch of 1941 San S\lU1g g I '
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Remo Point Drive and Mri WHERE 9 BUYHawaiian JD ,. r'I
Irene Scott who are co-owners p, ...." 00000000000000000000IOOO
of the Avenue Apparel Shop In SHOPPING PKGS. .
from Englewood. Sunday were to Tuesday in Miami evening IS A Li"._ 1 AII Meat 1 I!,,' ll\A: (jIOO

EI Fashion They Show attended at Miami a Beach Fall PLEASURFdairy r I I A SIZZLE-SEALED I J" Green Stamps

Auditorium :presented by the 't I ''I it ) I I 5'r IWo_oM........."
t buyers market S FRANKS STALEY'S CORN Oil
Mr. and Mrs A. J. GospHer GilaWLIVEf6oma. sRS 24-oz. bot. 45e
returned to their home on Ov- r::;,/ -- w.... Ma, 17. a_

erbrook Road Monday evening t. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt
after enjoying a two weeks vacation specials .
in Washington D. C., : ./

Washington and in New they York.visited WhU9 their in Pillsbury Crescent t L, IryF 50mlp AmsO

sot and wife Mr. and Mrs. DINNER ROLLS 'r _
t 'I a8&
Robert Gospeter( and family, \ M Green Stamps!
which was a pleasure Indeed. t" WA"'11 M> M.4Mrdn,.. ;
Robert is employed by the 2 8-ox. n9c Y el r FILET ROYAL SHIELD
Bureau of Mines in Washington cans ,W : 3 STEM
1 10-oi. k9. $1.19
They also a j
visited the ::\ N' ; : Q
grave of late President Kennedy Breakfast Club Grade A Florida OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ..Q
and watched the changeof
guards From Washington MEDIUM EGGS ,
thev went to New York to attend l!
the! World's Fair. They $' 50 ,, leAmso
report the Florida exhibit is 3 dos 1
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to view the exhibits I MON., TUES., WED., "I _' __ ". er 60-ct._ hot.. 89c
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Mr and Mrs Alfred Govro MAY 25, 26, 27, 1964 aOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ50mEF a
of 1537 Overbrook Road were
pleasantly surprised Uedne.
day evening when a few neigh. e. 6 Herman's Breakfast
-os, = lE\Am50
bors and friends, eleven coup. 29 :
le. In all, gathered at their CfJ cans a Link Scns :pkg.35c J"
house to Green stamps
extend to them
a re- +tli 1r .
Birds ::p .
ception as newcomers In our Eye I ate IWo a.s..e a dw ee
community. Mr. and Mrs. Gov. GREEN PEAS Swift' Premium Sliced ANY SIZE, ANY TYPE
TO moved here from St. Louis HEAD & SHOULDERS SHAMPOO
about six weeks ago and are 39c nrn. MM, Mar ir, FIN
very happy here in Florida. TVPcirtyloaf : SO
pkg. Q8
Those present were Mr and SlO-or.:: $1 : .7 0 O 00

Mrs Max Miller Mr and Mrs. (Plus 50 extra free J'fi Green Stomps /,, ).
Irving! Lloyd Mr and Mrs. E
Harold Anderson Mr and Mrs. 50 ,. TItA 50I
Ced Logan Mr. and Mrs -
Harris, Mr. and Raymond Mrs. :'* : jcm.>- a I J" Green stamps
Frank Noble, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Casall Mr. and Mrs :&.T--- I Mr ala w/as wd ewdw altS.iH's
Prewiwe Sliced
Ray Leah. Mr. and Mrs Ed.
ward Smith Mr. and Mrs. rv PARTY LOAF-6..z. pkg.39ewW.
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Mrs A. J. Kroupa Throughthe t UUVVVVVVUVOUOOOOC50mE
efforts of Mrs Raymond ROLL
Harris Mrs Charles Casali v'v
and Mrs. A. J. Kroupa refreshments A 50I
of cake, cookies! PREEGreen
ruts and coffee were served."Gag" .,
gifts were presented to t J"l Ji'!
Mr. and Mrs. Grovro like a I wr*>i4Mupai "al psj
little flower pot filled with our CAPT. UTT PET FOOD
famous Burrs (Plain old stick. 4 flat cans 59e
ers to me). cotton balls ,
repre. wNw WW w 17 1111 mmJftl :
renting snow from Missouri. \
j a small card I hoard fish mount. w
ed on a tile. wishing him luck
as a fisherman a small shovel r
telling! them to shovel sand now .'? FREE 50I
e Instead of snow which brought
many laughs As always something LIMIT2VPER CUSTOMER WITH Green Stamps*
is forgotten no one I ..i4.1/ll c MHO.J*...* J thought of taking! flash bulbs SY PURCHASES JEf5 / tfjDR: MORE.tV" / ARMSTRONG ONE-STEP FLOOR WAX
pictures. Everyone enjoyed
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? the evening! havlnp a tete-a tete ... V& ... ,
rt: cuii-M w i. MW sr aM4
,jr i with older residents and meeting
new ones The newest OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQ50mlp'
couple other than the Govros Pride Of Georgia Freestonepeaches
were Mr. and Mrs. Edward
;t Smith of 1944 Greenlawn Drive 2'/i' 19 33c SIZE SAVE 14c DETERGENT TEREAO 50I
I neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Gov.

I. TO served After the refreshments men gathered were on Apple Keg con J" Green Stamps
iJ! ti I ".1Wo rL..e Iwdw. s
: the porch and naturally their TIDE
{ conversation about fishing Nu.son fABRIC sonNER
'A was
One would think belonged Juice 34S-0, $1 2 16.0 size 94c -
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to the Liars Club telling . . __ ww awn./Na
; about the big fish they caught Pink Lotion Dish Detergent I. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO50m"
: while the ladies busily serving [
and after settling down, talkedof

I. to make vacations for the and home.new articles Every. Penny Saver 322-c,_::I. $1 reg. t C I I'' TERIAO 50I

; one left stating they had a I
Staley's Popular rise J7// Green
11 j: very enjoyable evening and Stamps*
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someone suggested as the song I SOt ewaw fc
I goes, "Why don't we do this Corn Oil 24.01. 45 Crosse A Blockwsll Red Marmalade
more often" bot. J l6-ox.. ]Jon $1
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E'wood Legion \ Purchases of $3 Or More

? To Install

: ,. I. f: 'i : ENGLEWOOD New officers EVAPORATED doieH iirscfircc lane Jfl; Green err.. w_oM.--Stamps ab ;

r 'a of the Lemon Bay American KRAfT'J BAR.B.QUE SAUCE
i i"" J Legion Post will be installed Horn Grown YellowSquash
18 bot. 39cNr.
I, <<
''lt I Monday night June 8, in a .. WN. .., 17. lIN
," I 'i j I new joint Legion induction Auxiliary ceremony officers.with MILK 10' [3 000000000000000000 S

t The installation will follow a ,lb.
: covered dish supper at 6 p.mLome
,f!I D, Sheppard, post i
; y'I,\ chaplain, heads the committee 1 Venice/r Center
''I I.j! In charge of arrangements forj1 Shopping
j I the ceremony assisted by
:1. Legionnaires Ernest Theun II VmCbl> L'JAA(1QTw.1M.NPI (
J and John White, A A I/fa1/N
,1 I,' ,. In other business at recent 1
j j'' I'' I post business session, Commander 1'I'UBLIkMARKtsT' / Hours:
Clark Eccles named'I' B 1
Adjutant E A. Bartholomew,
', Chaplain Sheppard, White, ; Mon. FrL 8:30-9:00: :
James Fox and William E.
; Herdman to a committee for LIMIT 6 PLEASE WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
the revision of the constitution Sat. 8:30-7:00: :
and bylaws.
It also was announced that
the county veterans service offlee' -
I'Ill will be available at the ------- -
i II J Legion headquarters on the
I I. second and fourth Wednesdays '

y. f I 11, I noon each month to advise from and 10 a.m.assist until all Save More in 64

h veterans or their dependents
1 1 i on proper claim proceduresand
\ other related veterans af

I fairs.

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MONDAY MY '5. 1 1944

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( '.'" i Lemon Auxiliary VJHS Exhibits Entered IAn

", .:. CfJlrsImIl Al s Seats OfficersENGLEWOOD In County Art Fair

I exhibit of projects carriedout Sarasota to see the William

Plan for by the art classes of county Polak exhibit at Ringhng Art
,.. .
"'M .. active participation in the Le- schools this year Is being Museum and to the Art As.,,.

gion'i annual community Memorial shown at Sarasota Art Assn. in to see the fair. The studentsate

I Day service and induction lunch on the Civic
CLASSIFIED I the Sarasota Civic Center during a picnic

RentalsLOW Male of the recently elected county Art Fair through Center grounds.
Help Wanted Legal staff of officers were complet. May 29.The .

RATES Epiphany Youth ed at the bi-monthly meeting show includes an exhibit About 40 per cent of all cop.

SUMMER RATES. Spa. BOOKKEEPER for one-man NOWR: of Lemon Bay Post Unit 276, by Venice Junior High School per produced in the United

Charge Rates, both Thursdayand clous, cool one-bedroom and office small business Must REGISTER!; or FICTITIOUS INTFNTION: MAMS To Honor Kennedy American Legion Auxiliary art classes, taught by Miss Ann States is taken from the minesof

Monday Edition efficiencies. Worthington Apt have thorough knowledge rou 15,. .ndrr.l.nnl. don ,....h, mrtlf Monday nliht.Members McDowell. In a special exhibit Arizona.
Across from Venice ] tine methods. Ideal for compe. Oi.l, I h. to ftnndurtln* R.rilo a TH-
selected from
Shopping all the
Center. tent active l.lnn >p.lr, g.l. A II...'. ....In c: the auxiliary county
$1.50 Phone retired M
488-6522 488. man to sup. .t ID* South G5.... Str t, Vmlo.. Flor With Bake Sale will take an active part in theLegion's schools Is the work of two
2410. plement Income. Mornings only id. undfT 0,. flelltlou. ..,. of M.... Memorial VJHS students, a primitive art
Day morn. Quality
5 days. culls Md TV SSI,.. end h.l Aid
((12 word minimum) .Phone 488-1102 between firm I. ninpoinl of th. followlnr p.5. .,. Following the suggestion of Ing service and will serve light sculpture by Kare Vogt and an

Additional Words, tech 6c 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air con. a a.m. 12 for appointment. d... ,....who.... ..n...lIo......nd IV t\tem\ of ,. Jess Gorkln, Parade editor, refreshments at the conclusionof oil paint by Jackie Allen. Aluminum Awnings

ditioned and furnished, in FORMER MARINES Ho..d C. McKtln "" S. Olm St. the seventh and eighth grade the service. Mrs. Harry Three VJHS students demonstrated .
receive ..
Venice. $90 c FI.| newly formed Wyatt will be hostess to the mosaics printing!: and OFF-INSTALLED
CASH rctes, both Thursday per month. Write fou (4) days each month Oimmhlp rf M...'. BudS and TV Civics Club at
and Monday Editioni or phone Earl Bond, WA8-4381, for one week-end drill. I Seryle. I to .. follown Epiphany School will sponsor Gold Star Mothers and willpresent wood carving at the Friday
Rt. 3, Box 564X Arcadia. Fla., lar credits Regu. H.iwwil. a MrK.ln, IM mr ont a bake sale Saturday to honor them during the service night opening.! The students CARNEY
toward It I.
S1.40 and give references. plus the added retirement riSe of mr SI,.Intmtlon Clreult Court lo .pnlx In .nd lo th.for the birthdate of John F. Ken were Ron Jackman, Debra

; earning powerof S........ Countr. Florida. lo ...1.,..> nedy, President Mrs. Clare designated Haselby and Jackie Allen.] Aluminum ProductsI
two weeks summer camp In h. hid ...,. M.... fudl. and TV The VJHS exhibit includes
(112 word minimum) AVAILABLE JUNE 1st. Corner California in August. Call 838Iflll Silvio, ..,.. th. prorl.lon., ol rh.ptw Proceeds from the sale will the following; as member -
Additional Words each 5c store South of Early Wynn \. Tampa for detaIls. lopn.WI,5.1..... of h FkrH., Act. of IH41. go to the Kennedy Memorial of the Memorial Day committee water colors, tile mosaics I Mile North of Nokomis
"' >I1l this ItO d.> << 1'01.,, wood sculpture and wood relief
Apply in rear house '196.. Library Fund at Harvard and : Mrs. Clark Eccles, On U.S. 41
far AMI. AH.r.. ta ....... with carport HOWARD C. M.KAI"' will chairman: Mrs. Barbara De- carving.On .
., II.. fur ... lnM.rH... M MIU SU. explaining! how the moneywas ,
foi ..tk IHMrtLn .h....,.... raised. Mrs. William E. Herdman, took the 50 students to
A ..ntH Ik.rr. *t II _.. .. SINGLE ROOMS ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office : OF INTENTtOM TO Mrs. Clayton Rhodes Mrs. William
v.a. for ... .l th. GMMm. P.o. furnished REOISTrR FICTlllOUS NAME Hours will be 9 to
... ...I- Is ". to ...ooff1... $30 monthly, $10 weekly 504 wants live-wire licensed real Tho und......d do h..vt>r Mrtlfr a.m. noon. F. H. Stroud Mrs. Earl WOLFER Inc.
j Armada Rd., So. estate salesman Reply J. C., th.. Our u. oonduetlnir Comm.rcUl, Sale points will be at Publlx Worn, Mrs. Ethel Gould and MOTORS.
Box A.i.t155 bu.ln.. .t Vralc. Airport Kwik Chek and beside Venice ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I 746, Venice. 05,5.., Florida. unHpr It,. flrtltloui ...... Post Office Mrs. Harvey Wyatt. RAMBLER DODGE
VENICE It sos of V.nlc ?I5 S. Temiaml 488-6150
Aoro-M.rlno Trill 488.3965
Development The auxiliary! color guards -
One Edition, per Inch $3.00 S.b.rb.. PrI.... I B4,. Uiif.nil.linl GIRL FRIDAY Typing Corpormtlon, Inc.. >nd tlint uld firm Gorkln suggested in the I
Editions Inch shorthand I. co....... of the fnllowlni ......n.wh May will present the unit's flags SPECIALIST IN .
Both per : $3.50 JUT CALL, LOU JACOBS. '-1511 insurance, real .., n.m. and p.... of ,.Id.... s''.. 17 issue of the magazine that during the massing of the col.
estate experience helpful. Re. u allow..t youngsters throughout the nation ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Ply J. C., P. O. Box 746 Ven SUnler' L.vln.. RL I Boor ISTO. No.koml ors. Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
All classified ads payable In AIR CONDITIONED, One bed- l.. Fhirlde, contribute "a day of work, Installation Set

advance except ei'ablUhed room Apartment. For summer Ice. nohert., Hran Florid_.,. M. .. Bca J370. Nokoml. a day of service" to honor the Mrs. Marie L. Albright, S Front End Alignment C Oil Change

accounts. or yearly. Adults. At 251 PERSON RETIRED, semi-re J.nrt Hennemr, RL I, Bo late president, in gratitude for chairman of the unit installation S Front End Overhaul C Adjust Headlights Beams
Nassau Call or see Larry Red- tired or presenUy working, .. rlorld.. > H70 Nokoml. his service to the nation'syouth. committee, announced that C Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs

CANCELLATION or ford, Associate Chips Johnson who desires to supplement Owner Corpontlon of Venire, Aero-M.rin Inc.. .to .. loll.Development ..!.< He would have been 47 the officers-elect will be of- Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand.

ADJUSTMENT Real Estate, 306 W. Venice their present income by servicing Sunlcr. Uvln., Owner .nd Pretldent. on May 29.Forty. ficially Inducted at a joint installation S Radio Repair ard Transmission Repair

Requests for cancellation ... Ave. Phone 488.2241 or 4882279.CIIEERFCyL and building a morning St. n.rk It to of our th.I Intention Circuit$ Court to ipplr I.I ..d to th for. ceremony on Monday Airconditioninq Repairs and Installation

Petersburg Times route. Cash 8>nuH>.... County. Florid. to _l.... th.nld night, June 8.
or adjustment because of bond and dependable n.... Venire Arro-M.rln. Development Play Cards A covered dish dinner will
must be made for COZY APART. transpor. Corporation In... under the pro.
error tation .. be held at 8 prior to the I
MENTS. Suitable for required. Apply Bernie vtolon. oT Ch.pter 10968. L> of riorld p.m.
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE re Ward District Manager P. O. .. A... of 1U41. induction ceremony. All members I
tirees. In town. Year or Wltne our buid.. this 18th da, of At Woman's ClubForty
5 fjnon\ Monday. For Men- Box 1164 Fla. &I. n... are requested to providea
winter Englewood, Ph. "
season. Apts., .,.. .. ,,,. I
diy Gondolier BEFORE S 408 Armada Rd.ATS'RACTIVE 4741784. -' '" -.v t.1-v. ...... covered dish and table ser
fjn. on Thursday. PreridentROHLRT HENNESST. guests and membersof vice. The committee will serve I

Wanted Vlre.pre.ldmt Venlce-Nokomis Woman's coffee and meat dishes.
PHONE I EFFICIENCY JANET HENNrFSr.: Club attended the social card Unit Chaplain Mrs. Clayton: I II REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
Apartment. Heated pool. Air StK-reUrv A Trenxurcr at the Club
Publl.hr party Wednesday. Rhodes reminded the membersthat
YOUNG MEN. fulfill military M.r II. II June I I. 1064m I
488-3125 conditioned. W. Venice Ave. your Mrs. W E. Birmingham, the unit will Join with the
Week, month or yearly. Rent obligation with only six Mrs. Margaret Busbey and Legionnaires In
reasonable months active duty. Returnfor TEll rotiNTY juonrs: COURT Duplex in wonderful location. Small
very during sum. service IW AND JOB SARASOTA COUNTY. Mrs. Donald C. Stevenson were morning services at the Englewood
with local Ma.
mer months 488-3681. your FI/1HIDA IN PROBATE hostesses.
Church Sun.
rine Reserve unit. CaU 836-1911, IN BE Th. Fil.le, of 0 Baptist on down with terms
payment good on
Slams bid and made day, May 31. The ladies will
Lots For Sale Tampa. for detaiNSituation sums MARIS DOW, S No. 7288 were by
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the D.,.... water Nicely furnished and NOTIcE cc' FIUNO PETITIO FOR berets.At balance. For further information
LOTS: $10 DOWN $10 Wanted FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTRIX.TO Peter Olson; Miss Rose Reus- m wearing auxiliary
per clean. Air conditioner carport, : ser and Mrs. H. W. Bartlett the conclusion of the unit
month, South Venice. Venice screen porch. Will rent short ATL WHOM-r-MAY; roNrFRNt Mrs. J. Fergus Hunter and Business' session the ladies enJoyed : call 488-6413 or 4884196.
Gardens waterfront MIDDLE AGED NOTKE IS HFRFHV OWN th.t I
including WIDOW :
term or yearly. NPC 488.3681. h.v. flM my fln.l' rrtnrni .. v Kutrl Miss Anne C. Lothman; Mrs. a color film, followed by
Country Club Estates. Buy now baby sitting ironing or of th. .UW. of Ruth M.rl. H"W, d.. Walter L. Scott and Mrs. Austin refreshments prepared and
-Build later. Byron Markle, cleaning Phone 488-2448 .....4., th.t I h.v. fllrd m, petition for
..... Pinkstaff. served under the supervision of
ON PRIVATE Over. .1 dl.h. Ui ( I will .pplr to tO.Horoesbi. .
Realtor, 4884706. John T Gr.h.m, County Door prizes were won by C. P. Higginbotham! Mrs.
looking the Bay, at Osprey, Lost Judt. of giiruot. Cnitntr, Florid., on
VFNirit RFsinFurs IOTS 20 minutes to central Sarasota. 'Ih. > d., Juno.. loss for ...,....1 of Mrs. Frrd Bridges Mrs. Peter Louie D. Sheppard and Mrs
novice B18INFHS' silOs ho ..m. 5,4 for fln.1 d."h..... .. Olson and firs. Ray Steinke.EXCLUSIVE Earl Wem. I
FALL, LOU JACOBS. 4'l Hit Apartment, furnished or unfurnished SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING .5.500,5. of the ..t... of lOtUs Sls,4. r

Two large bedrooms, and diamond wedding Dow, RUTH R. LOCKWOOD
ELK INLET Seawalled private tile bathroom. Kitchenette, Nokomis Beach off pavilion. Room, Slot.. .. Iphodte, LgR6R'ReaI
boat basins E L. Kilton, Large Living Room gas stove 'lorld. Power Lists Bulldlnc,
Reward. Contact .
The Gondolier V..I. FIo'Ids.Pobil.hs
Bav.hore Drive. NokomU. and furnace, TV. Annual I_ basis I II Newspaper MOJ' II, 55. 15. I... I. 116. & Estate CornerOWNER I

I only, $100 per month. Quiet, no
lawn to mow, Frlgidaire. Ph.
Houses For Sale InstructionFRENCH tN TUB COtlNTT JUDOE COURT
OWNER Leaving State. 2 bedroom German IN liE I TO. Roo.UleofCORINNB 5
masonry, 1'4 bath, ceramic lessons. By qualified French I : No. mt .
tile bath & year. Completely furnished r
kitchen I teacher. Call 488-1497 lrnoo..5.NOTICE
stainless steel oven & sink, Automatic heat and air con Ings. morn- 0" P'lLfNCI PETITION FOR Five Choice Lots In

copper plumbing cedar closeu ditloned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR.TO South Venice MUST SELL
St. close to stores. ITMAY ON R.R. IN VENICELot
plastered walls, carport Tampa AM WHOM CONCERN

screened porch, automatic gas Tel. 488-1321. Household Goods h.iv.NOTICE nled' mt IS final HEREBY return GIVEN. .. ..that...alor I 19 and 20 Block 202 Corner of Shamrock: Boulevard 2-Bedroom, 2-Bath, Central Heat and Air Conditioned

heat city water citrus & shade I I 0' the eatMe of Corinn. R. Mortenaen, and Linden Road. High Home In Venice Gardeni. Scretn-Enclotod Swimming Pool. .
LARGE FURNISHED 2 and 3 STYLE D I V A N. i that I b filed mr Petitionor
trees, other shrubs. Lot 81x115. ., and dry.
Gold. Not final dl' )si.st; 4 that I will .p.Ith KERMIT L.
$$11,000: $3,000 down, balancean room apartments Also single worn Quality fab "'5p 14 .il' lIoenr.bI. Joh. T. G.h.rn. Only $15,750
rooms. Very reasonable summer ric. Call 4884152.Acreage Coutv J.lip..f, Ilsmo.tocootty. FIo,. $1,750.00Martin
be financed at 6 per cent. Id.. on11.. day of Jun. 1964 for MICKLETHWAITREALTOR
Can be had furnished rates. Weekly, monthly, 5181050 I of th. ..... and for fln.l dli- FRANK C. RAEBURN
very yearly. Walk to beach and For Sale .ho... u executor. of th. ....... of S. Stancik
reisonably. House in A-I condtion citi.,. R. Mort...... dw..m.I..
; 803 Cypress Venice. shopping Vacationers wel M %.NDbLL!; D. k INC AID REA'.TOR' REALTOR
come. 504 and 518 .irmada Rd., ACREAGE FOR SALE Rot... Huen a laphordinff.lorl.l. 801 I Laguna Drive
Po... A LlBht Bulldlnf, Tel. 488.5443 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600 488-2649
CBS 2 BEDROOMS, Florida So. After 5 p.m. call 474-2569. 3E>00 Ft. Venice Ave. Frontage. Vonleo. Fiori... 488-4621

I room tile bath. Golden Beach Also 5 Acre Tracts. Publl.h' M.,. II. ia sa. Jo,,. I.lei.\ -

section, 828 Roberts St. MODERN, airconditloned Low Down Payment

stores available In South 488-2872 Girl -
l < RDR. VINKK BARGA I". : TrcopSummarizes
I Rdr. ". ..... Pri..,. B.rf.ln Venice Shopping Center. For 111/1111111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111/ IIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIUIIIIHMODEL /
its? CAl 5. LOst JU'OBII.JUr information cell 488-5858. Boats For Sale YearGirl '
2-bath with nice HOME FOR SALE! .
BAYFRONT, Private Boat New, 2.bedroom,
Basin! and Boat. Trees fur. PARTLY FURNISHED, 2 bed. CLOSE-OUT SALE Scout Troop 139 summarized Including: carpeting and draperies

nished 3 Bdr., Fla. room, Den. room cottage, $65 month, 1963 Model the year's activities at screened porch. Wonderful loca EAST VENICE AVE., CITY OF VENICE

lItton Block from town. Own. plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or Its end-of-the-year meeting Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof S
488-6474. NEW 16 Glasspar Tacoma 200 Friday at 8 p.m. at Church of 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Oversize Garage
er 118 Winson, Englewood. tion. Smal! down payment.
Equip. Includes 40 hp. Evrd. the Epiphany parish hall.

47 MOHAWK RD., So. Venice, Business Personals Lark: Selective shift It Gen., The program Included flag call Immediate Occupancy $17,500.

1 BR. Furnished Newly Convertible top, running lights, ceremonies and Investiture of anew terms. For information TERMS, NO CLOSING COSTS

painted In out. 2Vi corner battery. 4 life cushions, Anch. member, Brenda Hender HARLEY G. WHITEAKERP.
lots 775000. 2H adjoining TYPEWRITERS and Adding or & 100 ft. of line, whistle, 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED
lots Machines (mechanically operated fire' ext., Ex. gas tank, paddle.All son.Mrs. 1357 Phone Evenings
$750.00. Brokers Buere. Duke Ia
Chemically cleaned, Raymond C. Venice Fie. 488.3562
au & Buereau C. C. (Chip) ) new, ready to go, only leader and Mrs Sam Herron ,
like Just $12.50 plus partsIf
new. I
Johnson Ira J. Glockner required All makes Venice $1595' Jr. and Mrs. Edward Vitale. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! lUlllllIlIIlIIIlllIllIIllIr
14' Sandusky 57 Moulded Plywood -
Martin S. Stancik. Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. coleaders.The .
I 18 hp. Jnsn, ]4' Murry -
VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bed. 488.6113. Tr., Very clean $425. activity report included ? -....

room home, no cash necessary IS' Glasstron '60 fiberglass, 40 the troop's accomplishments
and In
Exterior of the Arrow
PAINTING, toward the Sign ,
3 bedroom 2 bath home. hp. Jnsn. 15 tilt Tr., Nicely
and references
terior. Estimates requiring out-of-door, homemaking TOO GOOD TO LAST!
Excellent location near shop- I equipped . $825 The W1mmersReaItOr
cheerfully given by experienced and arts projects. H. N.
Ping centers, very low down 16' Chris Craft '56, 30 hp. Evrd.
Call Elliott chose the Badge
Payment. 2 bedroom 2 bath painter. elec. start. IS Seminole tilt Tr.a group Gypsy i
4884066. Cooking Badge, Hospitality REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
home air conditioned on bay. nice roomy fishing boat $375.
Badge and Songster Badge proJects Union Telegraph SOUTH VENICE. NEAR BEACHES
26500. 3 bedroom home, 2 HANSEN CHRIS CRAFT for WetHm
called for hiking
which I
blocks from Venice Beach, Drestmaking, alterations, dra. SALES, Inc., lessons and the Monday thru Friday 9 to S: Saturday t. I

$22,500. Manasota Key Gulf to lerles, etc. reasonable 488-1130 1201 North Tamlaml Trail study trips, of cooking folk songs, art songs CLOSED SUNDAYS 2-Bedroom 1 Bath CBS on 80 x 100 ft.
Bay home Mar. Sarasota Phone 958-5515
$45 000. Byron
He. Realtor, Phone 4884706. and rounds.GREEN'S HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN lot. 7 years old. Needs some repairs.Low .

established home In Ven. g price.

ice Gardens $15 500. $2,500down. LUMBER CO. r_ JI! --

Phone 488-4927. 1003 N. Washington Blvd.
Sarasota Member Chamber of Commerce WATERFRONT $6750


i. fine 2 large home bedrooms in Venice Gar.dens. Itt. ELLIOTT PAULfor Heating and Air Conditioning lots 75 i 125 for $1800.00. Larger lot $2200.00. Nice NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

baths Palmi and Pine treei. l-acre tracts on water $2000.00. ,
den, screened porch, Heating & Air Conditioning Installations
large utility room, Carport etc. BOOr TRUSSES Inside acres $1500.00.I High and dry. Near shopping center

Lirge corner lot In good location. Alum. Windows & Doors. Gas Ranges Water Heaters area. Friendly fubdivition. IRA JI GLOCKNER RealtorCorner

Terms. 380 Hillvlew Rd., Contract Roofing & Painting Free Estimates $300 DOWN AND TERMS YOU MUST SEE THESEIII!!!

Phone 4882804.ATTRACTIVE Phone 488-2132 I Venice No Job Too Big or Too Small

263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 488-2271 GULF REALTYPH. U.S. 41 and S. Venice Blvd.
HOME in nice

section of Venice. Two bed'ooms RUBBER STAMPS made to or. C- 488-6738 216' S. TRAIl VENICE

two baths screened der. Overnight service. Of. INSTALL -- I -
Porch and carport. 1001 Noko- fice, pe"onal pocket or atock. __ 1

"il. Ave., So., Venice. $14.000. 488-1432 (E I
Low down payment. No closing yyEATHERTRONAll -

costs. Call 4886701. Misc. For Sale : INTERESTED OWNER MUST SELL!

3 Bedroom 2 baths Screened
GOLDEN BEACH near gulf GOLF CLUBS Matched set ,...,. Porch, attached carport, Oil LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD LIVED IN 3 MONTHS

Two bedrooms, two baths. Women's Kroydon'a 12 3 heat AvailableFor 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Central Heating Air ConditionIng -

30 foot Florida room woods, 2-4-5-7-9-10 Irons fcylon HEATING I 105 East Aurora Terrano Throughout Screened Porch: Enclosed

bag, Aluminum Caddy Cart, Garage Large High Dry Lot Walling Distance of
on I 112 ft. corner excellent condition. Sacrifice, $17,500.00

519 GULF STREET $45. 488-2882. ; U tIN 0 H. N. WIMMERS $16,200.

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lot. and sewer. I very "asonable.Jso cem- CORP 221 W. Miami Ave. Ph. 488-43S6
city water lot in Sarasota Memorial 928 Riviera St., Venice
Walk to school and store. $7,250 etery AlbertKettler Venice Fla 483-5359 488-5308 :
Phone 488-5628, 744 Venice Ave. E. .
Park. .
30<> per cent below cost! Call4a8mo ---- ---
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,j 1st National Bank FP&L, Ro1 tary, Merchants And Venice Lions Scout LeaderIs J VHS All-Sports Banquet. sit I

.four Venice High to the
Seventy outstanding-
Beats VSC 11-1 HonoredENGLEWOOD School varsity athletes will be each sport Players and coach

First National Bank, climb- Post Wins; In (GLL Junior Division Plan Scoutmaster the honored Venice Thursday Lions night Club's during first ea Club will be guests of the L10J11 I
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ed to within one-half game of I Lee Walker was signally annual All-Sports Banquet at Though Finland'snumbers -
first-place Kiwanis in the Gulf Florida Power& Light, Venice ton went two-for-two and Ralph four runs to take an 88 decision Mike Young and Tony Gay honored at a recent dinner of the high school cafeteria. only POpulltlon
Little League senior divisionby Rotary, Osprey Merchants Breeden hit a double. 4500000 People
over Venice-Nokomis combined to hurl a three-hit Sunnyland Boy Scout CouncilIn The public Is Invited and they support 225 ,
defeating Venice Shopping and Venice Lions posted victories Bank Tom Glisson and Gordon ter Hotel newspapers.
Games the Sarasota Terrace tickets are now on sale by --
Center, 11 1, Thursday night at Friday Sittler each had two hits --
: in the Gulf Little League Young struck out eight In
Walker was accorded the 1 members of the sponsoring or-
the city park Junior division in Paul Taylor for the Merchants. Glbson'swere four innings and did not Issuea I
games was the win award Scouting'shighest tanlzation and at the high for
Live Oak an
It the for
was eighth victory played Thursday and Friday, ning pitcher in the Kilowatt C- a double and home run walk. He was touched for honor. The award wa1" chool office and at the Bel-
Flint National in twelve
jcameo: Kiwanis has won eight Rotary ran up one of the biggest 1 victory over Osprey Recreation Eddie Fanning, Mark Koe- I singles in the first, third and made in recognliton of WalV tree Diner They are $3 each. GOLf
and lost three ; cores of the year Thursday He gave up only three nig and David Rose rapped two fourth frames Gay pitched the er'l achievements and leadership All members of the Lions day ofenjoyable
night when they whipped safeties to the usually hard- hits apiece for the Bank. Fan fifth, walked none, struck out during his five-year service ;lub are urged to turn their _
1, The Thursday night game Venice Elks 196. Lefty Mike hitting Rec nine Florida Power nln,'. were a double and homer none and gave up no hits, I as scoutmaster of Troop '. icket sales in to Harvey Rohl- TRYSARASOTA
WM supposed to have t1dedthe Hulsbeck held the Elks to six & Light could only muster Koenig's a double and Gene Fowler was three-for. wing or to Ken Breeding at the
first half, but a rained-out hits, while his teammates two hits off the combined offerings triple and rose a double and four for the winners and David 26.The only other holder of the Bel-Bree before noon tomorrowso
doubleheader will have to winner be pounded out 14 safeties off Jeff of Gordon Tison and single Knott hit safely twice In four Live Oak award in the Englewood -I attendance at the banquetcan GOLF CLUB
played to determine the -
Sourbeer and Tommy Smith. Albert Sanchez but used a Sittler was the winning times at bat. Knott and Larry area is Scout Committee be determined In advance DAILY GREEN
The postponedwere PA
games Gerald Perlick led Rotary at multitude of walks to a good pitcher and Tod Twigg took the Burris each had a double for Chairman Don Weekes Sr Varsity members of the football I AA
Shopping Center vs. Kiwanis FEES . _. _
bat with four singles( In four sdvantage .
Ions Venice Lions Scoutmaster Walker also has basketball track baseball
National." and Osprey vs. First times up Allen Bates rapped Trailing (-4 going Into the In the final game on Friday Dennis Webrand S cot t y the distinction of holding the and golf will be recognized I Just South Off Bee Ridge Rd
three doubles in three time S ,
pitcher bottom of the fourth Inning, schedule Venice Lions Bruin and Eric Shaw got the coveted Eagle Scout award along with their coaches M at bat and Ken had
Top hitter for the winners double and home Curry in two a Osprey Merchants rallied for shutout Nokomis Lions, 10 O. as Nokomis Lions hits. which he attained hi his youth :Special recognition will be paid --

was third baseman Mike Rich official times up. run ._ ----._ -- -- '.___L ._'___ "_.'___ L. _,. -----. -
For the Elks, John Ham! .

State Record Collects TaxesWith Schedule Farm[ Jr. Division System Changen THESE LEADING I CITIZENS URGE YOU TO

still two months to go Thursday night's Gulf Little
In fiscal year 1963-64 tax collections League junior division game
from the sale of cigarettes between Venice Lions and Ven
and alcoholic beverages I ce-Nokomis Bank has been VOTE FOR
exceed $102 million surpassing changed to Wednesday night
all records in Florida's history. because of the All-Snorts banquet .
according to Richard B Keat at the Venice High School
ing, State Beverage Director cafeteria on Thursday nl fht.
Collections for April alone Time of the game will be 7;30m

reached $1050089839] for an p .
increase. of 42 52 per cent over Taking the place of the
the same period last year. This .ions-Bank contest on Thurs-
brings collection from July dy at 5 p.m. will be the Farm
1 1 072,B28 99. Dodgers and Pirates
i, Auditors'" reports from the The Bank-Lions game "will bethe
Beverage Dept show cigarette final of three games to be
sales brought the largest tax played Wednesday. At 4 p m.
I l'' contribution. $4 912.487 36: followed it will be Osprey vs White Sox
A j bv beer with $2.458.816 and at 5:45: it mil be the In.diane I
? 1 12: lIauor. $2.295 467 "I: and : meeting the Yankees.
.'. wine. 1807.209.43. Other mlscel The Dodger-Pirate meetingon
laneous collections made up Thursday will precede thegularlr
the! balance of the $10 5 million
I taken In during! the month. scheduled Venice FOR GOVERNORBECAUSE
1 Shopping Center-First National -
I Bank senior division game

j 1j Final Hootenanny I at 8:3: () p.m.

The last hootenanny of the The earliest settlers on CoI-
orado'a Mesa Verde
year will be held at VeniceHigh probably
I crrived shortly! after the time
I School tonight, Starting cof Christ and bv 500 or 600 A D.
? time is 7 o'c1oC'k. Old favorites they were building comfortablepit
mil be featured. houses :

I 1, Softball Roundup II IIif In the closing days of the campaign the Issues have become clouded. Yet we know Haydon Burns and

I aI how he stands on each issue. No matter what the opposition states between now and election Haydon Burns
I : Bodager Painting I was (Williams each collected a pair
.1 r knocked from the undefeated [ of safeties for the winners. has a proven record of ability accomplishments and integrity. As mayor of Jacksonville he has moved the
," t;( ranks in fast-pitch. softball action !- Kappleman paced the Bodager
'1 i i Thursday night when Shirling's attack with two hits city forward to new horizons. What he has done for Jacksonville he can do do for All-Florida. Mayor Burns
r Plumbing! scored a 7 to I In other Thursday night!: action -

6 er.decision in a 10-mnmg thriller House. First 13.Federal 6. in fast beat pitch the Bait and has 15 years of business administration as a FULL TIME MAYOR. We believe he has shown maturity and

;1 r' It was a seesaw battle all Babe's Plumbing whipped Venice sound in all of his drive to become next Governor. We know that BurnsIs
i: the way with the biggest lead Shopping Center, ltd in judgment phases dynamic our Haydon
't being the 4-2 Shlrlmg slow pitch.
4l; f, built up in the margin sixth inning I The loss was the first! of the personally aware of the problems of the South County. He knows our needs and can best help to solve
With Shirlmg trailing. 21B season for the Shopping Center
4 Williams hit a two-out single J McCord had twoforfourfor them. Be believe that Florida will prosper under his forceful leadership and continue to move forward. Too
: with the bases loaded to drive Babe and Dave Cheynehit

t;: in three runs.Roland game the For only the home Shopping run of Center the long have we been neglected in matters of road improvements taxation and other vital issues affecting the

,. Kappleman pounded
!. out the sixth a triple with in the the bases bottom loaded oft and. John Don Haucke Hunter had and three Jim KunUe hits. economy of Venice. We urge you to go to the polls on Tuesday and give Haydon Burns a strong vote of

each collected a
to put Bodager'a back In the pair confidence.
ri, I lead. 54.
t::f( t Shirlmg knotted the countat THF STANDINGS
1, 5-5 in the< top of the seventh- KIOW PIT H'W Lvnl.
i ; 1 and then he'd' Boda er's scorei'h .. IIh.'u' renter. I iRrw Robert S. Baynard J. D. Tate
Wally Phillips
'ni t On. I IR.bo'
!: i less to send the game into extra Plumb" n. ... 1 I
't tf4 I f innm"*. Tr.d.t', R..It. H. N. Wimmers Frank D. Roebuck
!jl it" First Victory R.wh., T R.i.?.. t.Th.r.d.,1. Frank C. Raeburn
I If Both teams were shutout, In 1I..lt.Cnt, ..
lI.bo' It 5M.Mfe
i the eighth, and ninth frames T..d.,'. &hd.t.Rawl .. Jackson S. Bradford A. Bradford Smith James M. Ponder III
{I'' } but Shirling tallied twice on r.n.Sh..I......'.)I Schntal Cmlrr
l i I an error a double and a single! R.wta, n. Ruhr. Earl W. Edge George F. Gibbs Jr. Earl N. P. Rawles
I Down 7 into the bottom (FAST PITCH)
11' I to S going w t
of the 10th Lou ....,.. ". ._. IIn..I. William
Kelly Rn .tln. I P. Toole Carroll G. Mae Wrede
i i' for and later : ....... Root HrNM ____.. I t Copp
'J:1: tripled Bodager riot" I"od..1" ......__ I aahlrlln
scored to narrow it to 7-6 But pl.'n., ._ 1 I Rufus C.
the threat ended there and T.oooi.,'. RwtuRod. Kilpatrick J. Leighton (Count) Cornwell John A. Johnston Jr.
..,. 4, I" 'edenl. 4.slit .
Shirling gained the win Kon..Is.....AIII'II.. _...4... George M. Edmondson
their first of the new season\ '
PIM, e.drr.i i.. bah H..... I,
n' i J. Brobst, R. Brobst and B. shirlni s T. "Rnd..,. e.


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