Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00202
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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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00202
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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; 4 Four Communities Plan Services t.I .

I Area To Honor War Dead .

I Four South County communi. of Foreign Wars Post and Veterans. organizations will make 764 Auxiliary as assistant pa- Ice Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers
ties will observe Memorial Day crane of World I barracks. up Division II, with Mrs, E J. rode marshal. Candy Stripers, Venice
dIROBERT I with special programs In honor Auxiliaries of the three vet- Noland, president of Barracks Division III will include Ven- High School Band and the Ven.

of America' war dead. Services III .... L ice Civil Air Patrol unit, head.
will be held at Venice ed by Clarence Kirchway com
Nokomis Englewood .and mander-elect of No-Vel Poet
North Port Charlotte. 159 as assistant marshal.

Memorial' Day will be ob- 1T I Boy Scout and Girl Scout
served In Venice under the auspices unit. and civic organizationsof
of the Venice Area Veterans the Venice-Nokomis area
Council representingthree will make up Division IV, with

1\1-;:;: veterans organizations Kenneth Norwood commander-
LESLIE JACK KNICKLFS and their auxiliaries The came PROGRAM elect of Tamiami VFW Poet

group also will conduct services 8118, as assistant marshal.
at the Nokomis Cemeteryand Division V, headed by Fire
the Winners Gulf Pines Memorial Park 1964 Memorial Day Service sponsored Jointly by Venice Barracks Chief J. R., Divine. assistant

Lemon Bay American Legion No. 764 and their Ladies Auxiliary, No-Vel American Legion Post No. 15' marshal will include fire department

Poet will sponsor the Memorial and their Ladies Auxiliary, and Tamiami Memorial Veteran of Foreign units from Venice,
Nokomis and South Venice
Day services in Englewood. Wars Post No. 8118 and their Ladies Auxiliary
Runoff Clears North Port Charlotte services
Decks 1 will be under the auspices of The sponsoring organizations are banded together to insure the proper Memorial Day speaker for
the Veterans of World War I observance of patriotic holidays and to act at an advisory group for services at the park will be

For November Primary and Wars the Veterans of Foreign Veterans affairs known as Th. Venice Area Veterans Council. rector the Rev of Donis St. Mark's Dean Patterson Episcopal,

Master of Ceremonies .. .. .. .. ... .. .. Charles D, Worstall Church. Venice, and a captainIn
'vi hotly contected races plurality in the race for District Parade In Venice the Chaplain Corps of the U.

re resolved by the voters of 2 constable which was The Venice observance will Invocation .. .. ... ..... .. . .. .. .. .. .. Rev David A Bowles S. Army Reserve.

>cola primary.County. in Tuesday'snd precincts.balloted .upon Belsito only carried in the only six begin No-Vel with American a parade from the National Anthem .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. .. . Mrs. Elda Giberson Memorial Englewood's Day will observance be held of in
Legion post
uth County voters generi two precincts his own Precinct home to Veterans Memorial Selection .. ,.. .. .. ........ .. .. . Venice High School Chorus Lemon Veterans Bay Park Legion, adjacent hall.to One the
i agreed with the rest of 21 and Precinct 8, by narrowmarins Park downtown Parade units
county, except in two races with the remaining will begin forming! in front of Introduction of Distinguished and other Invited guests of will the be highlights of the service
the strewing of poppieson

nty rt-wide the was losing the candidate popular four Caiger.precincts Total overwhelminglyfor vote in the HERBERT P. FIELD the and move Legion out hall at 10 at o'clock 9:30: a.m. Patriotic Selection .. . . .. .. .. Venice High School Band the waters of those of who the lost Gulf their in

1 ci In the six precincts from constable race was 1257 for -6 Recognize Disabled American Veterans . .. Homer E. Stout lives memory at sea The Venice Junior
ejr south Calger and 929 for Belsito
the Democratic Archie B. Brown polled near- Kammerer Sr. V. Comdr. High School Band will provide
r guberna- The name of No-Vel Pont Recognize Venice Barracks No. 764 VWWI-Clyde music for the program
ly three-to-one vote in the
.1 race, South Countians al- a
favored the loser, Robert South County over his oppon- 159, American Legion, was Recognize Barracks No. 764 VWWI Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. E. J. Memorial Day services at
North Port Charlotte will be
? Hirh of Miami overonvlIle's ent, J. Lewis Cobia, in the r Inadvertently omitted Noland, President
+ conducted at 11-15 at the
the list of sponsoring organisations a.m
runoff for county but
Haydon Burns
) 1,007. lost countywide. The vote for In the printed program Recognize No-Vel American Legion Post No. 159 Robert Sanborn, shopping center. Albert Coll

'::!ard Jack) Knuckles of Brown in the six precincts was for the Memorial Day Commander, Commander Elect Clarenc. Kirchway will for act the as master program of ceremonies and city
ct Gardens was the choice 1.206 to Cobia'i 463. Brown lost Recognize Tamlaml Memorial VFW Post No. 8118 Frank J. Korinek, officials will be Introduced. Also
of the ,
only six precincts
South one .6
County Republican.he .
in the
Commander Elect Kenneth Norwood participating program
Precinct 8 slim Commander -
Osprey's a
sheriffs race over his .
escort will be all the ministers of the
lent, John B. Johnson by three votes the Headed first section by a of police the parade, Recognize Tamiami Memorial VFW Post No 8118 Ladies Auxiliary community The Veterans of

r ole Only of more precinct than two which to Masel Wright( Huston will oppose in the Incumbent(general will include Venice city officials Mrs. C. W, Kroener, President, President Elect Mrs. Donald Smith World War I Auxiliary will
serve! coffee and doughnuts at
cries failed to carry was election. Hutson won his Democratic _. massed national colors end Introduction of Speaker Chaplain, Captain Donis Dean Patterson, USAR the conclusion of the services
all veterans organizations
met 6 (Osprey) where he party's nomination
out to Johnson by a slim (Continued on Page 2)GEORGIA WALTER II. CAIGER auxiliaries and the Gold Star Moment of silent reverence During dropping of Wreath upon the watersof

gin of 14 votes. South Mothers Parade marshals will. the Gulf of Mexico in memory of those who lost their lives at sea. Realtor Charter
be Charles D. Worstall, commander

01,858 it t1 I totals to Johnson's for Knuckles 788 1st Entry Launches 764. Veterans of' Venice of World Barracks War I. Pilot dropping wreath Executive Officer Local CAP, Stanley Lavini Granted In 1957The

Inert M. Wright of Mana- and Police Chief John Shockey. Presentation of wreath to Gold Star Mothers . . Mrs. E. J. Noland
1 Key bested his opponent, Venice Area Realtors
:d Potter of Englewood, in Division I of the line of Military Salut. to our honored dead of all Wars American Legion Board received its charter In

race for the District 8 'Miss Venice' Event march will be headed by Clyde Firing Squad 1957 and is celebrating its seventh
uety commission post.. Kammerer, senior vice commander successful rather
".ht garnered 1,323 votes in of Barracks 764, as assistant Taps Member of Venice High School Band .. .. ." . Scott Hill than its third year year as mention.

South 1124.County The precincts winner to'or'l 1 parade marshal. Included Echo Member of V.nic. School Band . . . Clinton Johnson ed last Monday. During this
car ,G In Division I wilt be the period it has grown from a

I III precincts except hisneat'i three veterans! organizations Benediction Chaplain, VWWI Barracks No. 764 . Conrad Schmidt group of nine members to its
) own Precinct 9. present day roster of 23 Realtors
the District 3 commission No-Vel American Legion .... ., I and 28 Associate Members.
\\ 4
St ith Countians gave 4sr Tamlaml Memorial Veterans __ .Jl4 J JI HI r !lid! .I. r

'Ie MIler 1,184 votes to 1., -

i"'I'f J. For contest his the opponent,District voters, Haven 2 In school theh B. Sewer Notices Gulf Squall Upsets Sloop; Garden Column t

County gave the nod to
> C 'ins: Hill, the loser

1'tvw de over incumbent Three Rescued Off VeniceA Starts Monday

"*in rt the p. Field six South The vote County for Served By CityFinal

'"lets and ford. 1 1L
was 1,141
1073. notices requiring hookups sudden squall in the Gulf Donald Cook and son Larry snapped off during the towing Beginning Monday The
will start
alter H. Caiger nosed out to the sanitary sewer system threatened the lives of three 14. Capt. Cook has been stationed operation. GONDOLIER a series
sponsored by the Men'sGarden
Air Robert O Byrd, concession
have been Tuesday afternoon in England with
Be'sito! by a substantial within 30 days persons Club of the Venice
at the Venice
ordered sent to some 120 Ven when high winds capsized a Force and is vacationing here manager
Pavilion was one of those who area and written entirely by
half with his family.
ice homeownersCity 22 foot sailboat about a
waiver of offshore west of Venice, trio clung to saw the boat capsize. Byrd said Individual c I o b members
ach Road Seen 1 Council at a mile The reportedly he and a customer were watching from their personel eiper-
l notice meeting Monday direct dumping the trio into the wa the capsized boat which stayed through the glass front of lenses and studies In their

ed City Clerk Harry W. Hager ter.The afloat and were not in immediate the pavilion when the boat own gardens in Venice and
to prepare and mail the notices squall brought heavy danger of drowning. Young overturned. He said the other the area. On today's Editor.
January 1 .. immediately. rain and hail to some sections Cook, however, was under wa man immediately notified the lal page Is a resume of the
; Council agreed with Mayor of the Venice and Nokomis ter for a few moments and admitted organization.
Brohard that the city afterward that he was police.
Smyth beach areas for a brief period lasted
Prediction that the pro- has been lenient in enforcinga shortly before 3:30: p.m. somewhat frightened. Byrd said squall The purposes and objectives

d South Harbor Drive ex'wt II II'i+ 1947 ordinance requiring sewer Several residents of the The Tulip capsized about one for the sand several into minutes the air., whipping Hail accompanying of this series area

through airport prop 'i'ierr hookups. Brohard noted thatif beach areas reported the over- mile south of the Venice pub- the storm also reportedly To pass along practical
will be completed and In the law is not enforced, the turned boat to Venice police lic beach, approximately one. reduced to shreds an gardening information to fallow .
by next January was mada sewer bond Issue will eventual. who alerted area marinas Rescue half mile offshore. The craft ensign flying from a mast at members and to all Interested -
Councilman Ralph Anderson ly face a deficit which will operations got underway was towed In by the Res-Q, assisted Tarpon Center Marina. gardeners

heon uesday noon's membership have to be made up in ad va almost immediately and the by Reed's power boat Frank Covill, Venice police To help new homeown.
of the Venice Area lorem taxes. rescued from the the Isabelle\ of
three were dispatcher, said residents ers (most of whom are from
tuber of Commerce. r The Monday meeting beganas water in a matter of minutes Broken tow lines hampered the Nokomis beach areas also the north) avoid expensive

Person was the principal an informal work session Occupants of the capsized salvage operations with the reported a brief hail storm accompanying mistakes In the planning and
her at the V ACC'. final and was turned into a formal sailing sloop the Tulip were boat. being carried south by the squall with development of their new
heon of the season until ':. session to avoid the necessityof Cameron Reed local resident the wind and current. The mast large hailstones bouncing from yards and gardens.
October His topic was a meeting on election night II said to have the buildings and parked cars
and owner of the boat Capt. of the Tulip was .
Venice Airport which he t tt. Council also approved payment To aid the club's Beautlflcatlon -
d M his third favorite sub- t of $1.000 to William Llndh Committee In sup.
for his for preliminary engineeringwork porting the city administration .
conversation after
I To Erect Street I
'V and his business. on the proposed extensionof VGHA LightsThe in its program of beautl-

''I city's airport director, Harbor Drive south through flcatlon.

tressed that he was I- WILLIAMSONFirst the .airport receiving subject the engineerIng to thecity' Venice Gardens Homeowners the county at one dollar\ per be taken care of in the expansion To Interest Industry,
as a private citizen program" business, banks, schools,
O. similar talk about two official entry in the upcoming Miss Siesta Key competition data from Lindh. Assn. voted Monday year. I The grievance chairman churches, clubs libraries,
foot the bill for four
Anderson to
** ago before the Venice- and akin diving Councilman Ralph night Peters also reported that the property and homeowners In
4 beauty pageant A scuba went on to report that some
July be installed In
"')n>ia Rotary Club which Venice she is charter enrollee explained that the work was street lights to Florida Board of Health has' making their grounds more
new Miss a residents of the Gardens are
select a first block of Shamrock i
reported in The GONDO- to Jaycee and member ol necessary for Federal Aviation the approved water tests on three and more attractive.To .
announced by garbage at the
been Boulevard at the entrance to' dumping
has of the plans,
R staff Agency approval wells and that the new
at that time new
enPitts. Snooper.
Laud Venice Grouper
the i the .
of disposal
chairman rear sewage answer or get the
contest In the the subdivision
' W Earl Aumann even though a change we1haV'e\ already been tied
likes swimming water
She also alignment has Invalidated Ben Peters, grievance chair said plant along with grass clip.pings answers to all questions
the of contemplat- proposed into the existing lines. He
subject and ice skating
'improvements the air- She is year-old Georgia skiing much of the preliminary man, reported that four 7,000 the Board of Health further informed about trees, plants, shrubs,
Anderson at Williamson of 1210 Laurel Ave.. Georgia is an active particIpant engineering on the project. lumen lights on concrete poles him that plans and "This Is in violation of the flowers, soil, fertilizer etc.,
made his proglc Duchess in girls' softball as s state health laws," said Peters to this of
sister pertaining part
tlon proposed East Gate whose In other action, the council will cost the association $189 60 specifications for water and
about the captured the title two member for the second year of 2) for electricity and "and we are asking that Florida The GONDOLIERwill
(Continued on prge I per year expansion had been received
road to the Caspersen The two girls are the Venice Angels softball Ii i maintenance. Peters said the sewer this practice be stopped as we be glad to act as clear
under study
ier'y south of the airport years and Mrs. She likes to sew and li and were will the utility company
the daughters of Mr team. WEATHERHigh I Florida Power & Light Co has support lag house for all such questions
that Anderson, "I would January pre- o. H (Sarge) Williamson. a collector of shells and odd Low Rain' agreed to install the lights "And he assured us" said in prosecuting these addressed to the club.
probably by at Venice earrings. Her hobbies include Peters, speaking of District cases"
junior without In median stripon
that Georgia, a MAY 20 90 65 charge
Might( be driving on High School, is a letter and key painting and drawing MAY 21 91 66 Shamrock Boulevard between Health Officer Elwood P. Larson He also noted that "there it To make communities of

'e councilman also made award winner in the Girls She is a grand choir memo MAY 22 91 66 .11 U. S. 41 and Banyan "that the Board of Health no further need to carry grass the Venice area the most
rence to preliminary re- Athletic Assn and a memberof ber of the Order of Rainbowfor MAY 23 88 69 .29 Drive. department would see that the clippings out there as the Englewood beautiful part of Florida _

aUonl between the airport the VHS Folk-Singing Club Girls and chaplain of the MAY 24 8989- The grievance chairman said health of our residents wouldbe Disposal Company will and a place particularly attractive -
first runner-up in the Venice Assembly all that remains to done before haul them away with your gar- "
"i in- .' MAY 25 87 67 be t toarteu
airport-connected ew
Union Volunteer Fire Depart- Georgia measures, 68 the lights can be Installed of paramount thought begs"
f which will A tall girl, MAY 28 85 -
he said
Shout 60 workers If em'I I ment'l W Miss Flame contest to ttw (Contlnutd on page I) Rain tor Month .>.,**.. 19 U to GOWn an easement Iron ald (he) would UuM I that. thl* jCwatloucA oa page t) yMkgn.{ .
1 decides to locate and second




(Continued from page 1)) (Continued from page 1) THURSDAY, MAY 28 11:119: am 8:27: pm THURSDAY, MAY 28 1:01Pl1\: 1ArI
SAMUEL BORNSTEIV ington; was a 5O'\'f8r memberof without opposition in the first' Installed( Sunday -_" 1'Hfl
Samuel BornsUin, 87, of 724 Wellington Lodge 127, Royal primary. Instructed the city clerk to FRIDAY, MAY 29 12:33: pm 9:11: pm FRIDAY, MAY 29 t 37 piq ;.:
Serata St. died Monday Arch Masons, State of Ohio notify the Venlcc-Nokomls Out. -
in : Said Wright "Tuesday's bat Veterans of Foreign Wars, _
Sarasota a member of Ancient Accepted lotting confirmed my confidence board Boat Club that the city. Post 8118, and the Auxiliaryheld SATURDAY MAY 30 1:16: pm 9:59: pm SATURDAY MAY 30 Z:08Pn\: ;'
He waa a native of Russia Scottish Rite Valley of Cleve. In the basic fairness and will officially assume the maintenance joint Installations Sundayat -__ 11II
and came here five years ago land and of AI Koran Temple Intelligence of our people. I of the launching ramp Venice Civic Center with approximately SUNDAY MAY 31 2:03: pm 10:50: pm SUNDAY MAY 31 301- \:
from Nassau, N. Y. AAONMS of Cleveland. want to take this opportunityto near the Venice Yacht Club 50 members and PnI ::
Mr Bornsteln was a retired Survivors include his widow thank all those who put in and the storm warning lightsat guests present -- -

restaurant owner (in Brook Mrs Violet Hummell; three so many hours of hard work the south jetty. Public CPO Thomas B. Glaze, ol f STREET LIGHTS
lyn. N. Y.) and farmer ((111 Albany brothers. Harry of Port Char and supporters who remained Works Director Guy Curwood Sarasota, VFW Department ol f
N. Y.) lotte, Bob of Stoyestown Pa., steadfast during some trying reported that the city has been Florida Commander, installed (Continued from page 1)) EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES-
! He was a member of Temple and Forrest of Johnstown Pa., moments Particularly. I com- performing maintenance. on the men at 2 p.m, and MonR In a report to the VGHA
Beth Sholom in Sarasota. and two "sisters Mrs Ada Ash- mend The GONDOLIER for its the two facilities for sometime K. Norwood, wife of the incoming membership on the activities EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPOlUiivTRADITIONAL
Survivors include hi* daughter bridge of Johnstown and Mrs fair and accurate pre-election / commander installed of the Council of Neighborhood"
Mrs. Mona GoMtnMein 1,, Nora Layman of Roanoke. reporting" A full page advertisement in"Th. the ladies, immediately afterwards Associations (CONA), William
and a brother, Morris Born- Services were held yesterdayat Miller, whose November general ." Sunshine Spotlight," a R. K. Norwood will be P Strnnd said the countywide L.t us style your favorite
stein of Nassau, N. Y. Rawles Funeral Home Chapel election opponent will be tourist promotion booklet pub- \the 1964-65 commander, Harold organization of civic associations or ceramic Into be.utifull.mPt.van
Services were conducted by Englewood. with The Rev. Democrat Glen R. Fhelps, lished quarterly by Sunshine Girard the senior vire-rom. is interested In the Improvement c t
Rabbi Bernard Shoter of Tempi William L. Everhart Englewood laid: Press, was approved by coun- mender and Mr. John Lund- of "unenforceable"zoning Rewiri", 0 R'sfylin
Beth Sholom at Rawlei Community Presbyterian "1 sm of course very happy.I cil, subject to final inspectionof quist, junior ice-commander. laws, water pollutionand e All Lamp Repairs i
g Funeral Home Chapel on Tuesday Church, and Venice Lodge 301, feel it Justifies the theory I the copy. The ad will cost Mrs Donald Smith was installed possible loss of county con Work
with burial in Jewish Me. F&AM, officiating. was working on in that the Re- $312 for four editions, to be as president for the trol over water and sewer by prlncd> Doiign.r end
: morial Park in Sarasota. I Burial will! be In Greenwood publican party had some paid out of the city's current 1964-65 year; Mrs Farmer franchises-. Craftsmen
t Cemetery in Wellington tomorrow housecleaning to do. To its advertising budget. The book Haynes, senior vice-president, Membership chairman Char..
GEORGE G. NORD credit it had the intestinal let reportedly has a circulationof and Mrs. Warren G. Feller les Worstall reported enrollment THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP (INC.
George G. Nord, 61, of 79 fortitude' to get the job done. :90,000 copies annually Junior vice-president. in the association cur
Baffin Drive, South Venice MRS MABEL Ht'GGETT "I realize that no one i is Paving Lots Refreshments of coffee, rently stands at 313 members 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
died Tuesday at Venice Hospital Mrs Mabel 93. of of. and predicted 400 by the end of
Huggett perfect and that the public Resolutions entering two pav punch, mints and cake were the
1220 Pineland Ave, died Sun- !icers who have been nerving ing projects on the auwsument served following the installations year.
A native of Brooklyn N. Y., day at Venice! William (Bill) Kelly, newly
Hospital have done the best j job they rolls were approved at the by Mendame Harry! How.
Jit later livedJ1 Cambria She camp here 11 months ago could, having inherited some Monday meeting! of council. and Lydm Howard, W. B. Surls appointed Venice Gardens recreation
Height on Long Island, from from Des} Plaines, 111 She wasa I roblems quite difficult to First of the resolutions] covered and Harold Girard director, was Introduced At
he here in to the membership and LL1 1
which town came native of Wenona HIMr solve. ly
the of Venice Avenue
paving East
made brief for volunteers + ; t
1W2 He was a cable splicer *. memberof a appeal
Huggett was a "There was a feeling among from Peach Street to the
for New York Telephone Co. Des Plaines Methodist Republicans that we needed a Venice By-Way and the second Key Club Fish Fry to assist in the program ,
President Charles (Chuck)
for 40 years Church. change and there was decided -
placed the assessment roll .
on :
Mr. Nord was a life member She is survived by two sons, disinclination to accept the paving of Serata Street The Venice High School Key Schmitt outlined at considerable tt
ef Telephone Pioneers of Amer Merwin and Landon of Chicago candidates apparently chosen from San Marco to Nassau, Club will sponsor a fish fry length the action of tf
toe N Y. Bell Telephone System ; two daughters, Mrs. Florence by the small group which has Sovrano Road from Serata to tomorrow (Friday) at the Teen VGHA officers and directors In
Empire Chapter 6-L, a E. Spohn of this city and in the past seemed to have Nokomis and Nassau Street Haven youth center. a recent squabble with the Venice -
member of Utility Square Club, Mrs. Hartman of Chicago will 30p Gardens developers and the
May wielded great weight in pick. from Sovrano Road to Sorrento Serving begin at :S:
675 in Springfield Gardens, ; six grandchildren and 20 ing candidates. Street .m. and the menu will consist progress to date in negotiationswith 225 W. MIAMI AVENUE
N. Y.; Empire Chapter Retired great-grandchildren "Election of the present of New England fried filet, potato the principal stockholders VENICE"4
Employees of Sara Mar of Sarasota Services were held Mondayat slate of candidates was the A proposal to lease the city salad rolls and coffee or and directors of the parent
; Springfield Gardens Masonic Rawles Funeral Home Chap. positive result of their selection Its police cars was heard by tea Epic Corporation.OPPORTUNITY k
Lodge 1057, F&AM; el with The Rev. Miles DePagter ( by the voters themselves" the council during an informal A Personal Matter
South Venice Area Volunteer of Grace Methodist Church I Knuckles will! oppose incumbent session preceding the waiverof
Fire Dept., Inc.; South Venice officiating and on Tuesday in Democrat Ross Boyer in notice meeting. Making the FIRST ENTRY I kr
Civic Assn and the Almas Dee Plaines Burial was in November for the sheriff's proposal were representatives '
Club of South Venice. Ridgewood Cemetery in Des post. Knuckles said of his victory of Globe] Rental-Leasing Co, a (Continued from Page 1) R Which funeral director to c.1is/ i (
Survivors include his widow, Plaines division of the Lincoln-Mercury I '; personal' matter. It ii something whicH
: division of the Ford Motor Co. five feet, eight Inches in height,
Mrs. Regina V Nord; two I certainly want to thank all hair anda should be decided solely by family main .
blue brown
The firm offered to lease police with eyes
J. Nord of Brent-
eons the people of South County
F. cars to the city on a 24- fair complexion bens, with no outside interference! or um '
and Robert
wood, Chester Clay Janson, 59, of who me their fine vote
Nord of Central Islip, N. Y.; :913 Nokomis Ave. died Saturday of confidence gave and all the others month basis with a 40.000 mile The Miss Venice contest will Ft clue influence whatsoever lt lCh l
a brother Arthur A. Nord of at Venice Hospital. in the county who voted limit at $91 per month; a 70- be staged by the Venice Jsy- "
Brooklyn, and six grandchil He was former owner and for me. 000 mile limit at $120 per I cees at the high school athletic s t
dren. of The Appliance month; or on a 12-month basis field as one of the highlights I
I operator "I do think the overwhelm. '
with 35,000 mile limit at |13S of the July 4 celebration.A .
Services were conducted by here a
I.Center after coming to !nit vote I received In the two
The Rev. Charles I. Rowe of Venice from Indianapolis, Ind. primaries bore testimony to the a month gala fireworks display will ., .. )
Under the terms of the follow the beauty pageant
Emmanuel Lutheran Church I eight years ago rn Indianap fact that I have been doing a :
yesterday- st Rawles Funeral I oIlS he was a tool and die maker. good job as constable." agreement, the leasing firm >: .
Home ChspeL Interment will I HIS birthplace was Terre "We ran a clean campaignin would provide full maintenancewith J 1l
be in Pinelawn Cemetery Suf Haute, Ind. the primaries and will con the city responsible only ._

folk County N. Y. Mr. Janson was a memberof tinue to do so right on into for the gasoline and radio !1 rfl
Terre Haute Lodge 19, November." eoulpment Installation. I am interested in selling percentage In a going busintii.I T: .1tt! [TIi1 b
SAMtEL: H. MVMMELL: F&AM, and of Christian The proposal was taken under -
Caiger who will oppose Democrat council and Cur- I need an active manager (mat or female) to take complete ftaVot
Samuel Hubert Hummell. 85 Science Church. Paul Taylor of Nokomis, study by charge. Age no barrier! Other interests require 96 W DEARBORN AVENUE ENGIEWOOD t
wood asked to furnish my
Drive, Cape widow was
ef Green Dolphin Survivors include his ,
in November, could not be
full time. Interest include work.
Haze, died Monday at Venice Mrs Audrev Janson, a daughter reached yesterday for a statement comparison figures on the present manager's salary. Day ,.,.:.: 7I'eMkt Ttleuawees
Hospital Mrs Marilyn Lindner of cost of maintaining the vehicles. .. Of M t
He was a native of Johns Indianapolis[ and a brother Field's general election opponent NOMINAL CAPITAL REQUIREDClear II/) S Rt 9
town, Pa., later made his homein Don Janson of Terre Haute will be Democratic Council also agreed to under. ,; r
Wellington, Ohio, and in 1935 Christian Science services nominee Forrest R. Freeman. write the expense of a beach air conditioned retail store, pleasant wort. !
built a home on New Point were held Monday at Farley Field said in his post-primary part for participants In the Downtown Venic FUNERAL HOME@
Comfort, Englewood. He moved Funeral Home. Burial was in statement Florida State Junior Golf
: 0vtia.li.dM
?. here permanently in 1959 Sarasota Memorial Park. "There were many warmhearted Championship tourney to be s References. WRITE M. J., BOX. 746, VENICE.

and built his Cape Haze home things about this campaign held June 12-14 at the Lake --- -._. _. ...--.....---.-----.
... .....
three years ago. He was retired MRS. FRANCES many of which I will Venice Golf Club. Carl Rah +s.e.Ye.+fral=ease 14+ e alNr4lt+ f-- =-- ="" --=;

in 1944 from Sterling Foundry LACHENMEIER treasure all my life mann club pro-manager, said I
Co. in Wellington where he Mrs. Frances Lachenmeler, "To the electorate and the 200 youngsters between the
was superintendent.Mr. 52 of Venice Bay Trailer Park, parents, I will continue to ages of 12 and 17 years are expected -
Hummell attended the. died Monday at Venice Hoepi strive to the beat of my abilityto to take part In the WOOLWORTH'S '*
Congressional Church in Wells give the students of this event.
Rohmann told council he will
;: ego! county top quality education."To .
s and later lived in Los Angeles I the teachers, I pledgemy I appoint a committee to workout

i from which city she and her: help at all times, and my the details of the outing FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OPEN MAY 30 9:00 TO 6:00 P.M
i\6J A :li RIVE husband came here eight years heartfeld thanks to all of them. THURSDAY a a : :
\ -
ago. "To the board and the administrative '

i 11tJ AYBIRNNp Survivors include E. Lachenmeier her hus- staff, I believe .... CARD ilnnrdr or .THANKS..t..1 U ,....... = -k-
; band, George >n
that the results of this election
.... ..*. .f
nd neighbor for Ui lr
and a son George E. Laehen- mean that the people of Sarasota "....Ift, durinv Mr Hd ...r.......... t ti
'63 FALCON 2 door HT, meter Jr. of Gardenia Calif. County are behind the Akw .,..., th.nki t. Dr. Dun A..- pa9GARDENIA
... AL.A
tin d lot ff ft Fnltr F.iwril
.f' V8-Automatic Funeral services and burial school: program, and at all 8.,....* O1Ir .pp..iaUmt' ...... be
"' $1995. were in Glendale Calif Rawles times we will do everything to ......'.1,. ...r._.
I Funeral Home was in charge of warrant their support. FAMILY OF HESTER C. IAN SO" I
62 CHEV. BELAIRE door local arrangements

;.i':;.' V8 power $1795. CARD or T.ANas ---.S E

'62 RAMBLER WAGON M., ... Uk thli inMliciit .l think. to BEAUTY .
., ..., ::
Inv Mr fi lrhb r frirndf and the J ladtii
k JI\ I 4 door Automatic ..." ., Vmln Min.ri.l HnplUl foe
f fhtlr Mftnr .rt* .f fcln4n M and
I $1495. Ih...hif.l.w U mr ..th.r. M.S.I.
Kutfrtt. anil U ... TliM .... Ml,..MALLEN w
: J ; '61 FORD GALAXIE 500 h.. "h"., ...,1. ........... For a memorable occasion. PHILODENRONg4)
j I I 4 door HT AT & power FLORENCE: ..d access IIPORN look your loveliest! a

Ji' I $1495. _......_ _M"_'" SPECIAL
.. !
AT & power $1495.
Convalescent and
Permanent Wave
.Jj '61 OLDS door full power Nursing Home d,
& Factory Air
24 Hoar Nun'nq Service $7.50 88a 59c
$1595. Phone Venice 4RSZ702

., J '60 BUICK Station Wagon _""sir........roNci...........,,,,DS....M.LEON. 'M"AVB.'_""__ We also specialize In heIr styling and hair coloring. or
Like new on. owner

I f; $1495. for CENTER BEAUTY SALON r $ 50OP y
'57 CHEV 4 door WAGON I for1
; 2
Air Conditioned $895. enjoyableday GOLF Venice Shopping Center Ph.! 488.2674Four for ,


II 4 door ted. 220 SE

f. r ; New & Used Cars ''FEES .. I CRUISEAround I ROSES

If{ j.; 215 S. Tamiam! Trail I Just Off B** Ridge Rd.
"I I t --- the U.S.A. and MexicoFROM I!
I REG. 19c
I 'r'' I NEW YORK: 23.diy tour by chartered Air REG. 3.99 '
I AS Conditioned Pullmans. Sam luxury train all tht ,
glfneho. dome way: no changes*n rout. Stay at famous hotels I

g'wtj f July4Auutl,29Sptmb In,major cities. 5 escorted departures'
265 NI.A.r ; ... Venice from$1095.: All-Inclusive.SEE I

...- N : WAT

Ii Wiihlnnofl, D.C, GAY 36" X 60"BEACH
I l' i --&'" Atlanta: 10,000 MILES OP ADVENTURE) I PICNIC AIDES

I .i, ,' ;> 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291 N...Orltins Visit 27 majorertiea and attractions;6 etching
;1 Sin Anioni' days in Mexico and 6 In California.{ night TOWELS/
i ThtAlimoUratfo In luxury hotels, most meals, sightstoing, REG. 37c
:F parties' fiestas, Included In low $1095 fare.
:! MM**City Festive cruise atmosphere all the way. N.Y. I REG 2.98 = 250 COUNT Whit P+st*+l
A Hindu once asked I native Christian, "Wh.t medicine Cuomo.lu World's Fair detentions available. ,
: d i, do you put on your face to make It shine so?" "I 1 don't put TMCOJuaru 1 Paper Napkins
; anything on It" answered the Chrhli.n. "Yes you do," the Convenient connections from FLORIDA
El haePhania
i other persisted; "All you Christians do; I hews seen it ---- I
; I wherever I hive met Christi.ns." The native Christian LM AnsilttDlintylind, ;;, ..CM.ana,, 1.77 REG.98C-100

+. I, thought I moment, than smilingly said, "Yes, I will fell youth ) M\tIt Par wleas'"A.all.a nail gape' taIIIMtI

; f medicine that makes our faces shine, it is happiness of Vocimlt VENICE TRAVEL Paper Plates. .
} heart."' Sin FrtnelK*
r r 1 Grand CinyMColorado BUREAU
j [
f I Oar Services Are Aoailabli To All Regardless/ print.* _
I 1 j 0._ 3l4VnieAv.., Welt
r of Financial Circumstances Chicaaacatlnbuvg YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE At WOOLWORTH'S
Venice Florid Ph. 488-2238
f L\oftood\ .r J..!.... ..4 Florid Saw Yelt J

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TUB GONDOLfERCustom 'A&t TUBCB.. ...

'memorial VFW To Break NPC Barbecue "Mayerling" To BeAt

Huge SuccessNORTH Asolo June 3 1 r

I History Traced Ground For New PORT CHARLOTTEThe "M ycrllll!,," the FIlm which '

showers came but failed established Charles! Boyer as
luthur of the following In 1877. to dampen the enthusiasm of THE continental actor .is the
ITh'j h''story of Memorial ""huMit. and In ??. Home Saturday the 'Crowd' at the Volunteer offering for Jon,.' 3 at singling! "
did hIs research on the 1881.l It is now ] | In Firemen s annual chicken barbecue Museums Asolo Theater

et mare than 33 years the northern a legal state hollnd.n.h" 6 Tamiami Memorial post No Saturday. Directed by Anatole Litvak DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAM PS ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONSVENICE
[,?: Mr War lives at 208 territories 8118. Veterans of Foreign The firemen turned chefs' for the film Is based on Claude

i,., shore Clrrleenire. TodeA 'In place of the Blues' Wars. and its Ladies Auxiliary a day halved and barbecued Anet' novel "Idyl's End," SHOPPING CENTER WEST VENICE AVENUE
-Frt.tor and Gre the privilege will break ground i at 4 250 chickens for those who Musical] score Is provided by -
of p.m
,1 dec
II, MI!HAM P WAY orating the Saturday for wanted chicken and served upa Arthur Honegger WE
IIrnel of the "'" new post BEAT ALL LOCAL PRICES PLUS GIVE YOU
!M* 'r I D* or Decoration gins' of American home. mountain of hamburgers for The legend of Mayerling is

,. 'i commonly called never m" back"pat.rints'ho had !fallen The Memorial Day those with preference. considered one of the world a S & H GREEN STAMPS.
54, ('m Tin In the early upon the ill ceremony The feed was augmented ban \' greatest love stories In this Just
veterans nf later war be at the site of the new bring in the page from the local paper in which the adv.
,a? 'ter: the Civil Wart well civic and l $40000 afternoon of entertainment. film Danielle Darrieux became appears
building be built
-t, it had no official organbalionfl. patriotsas East Venice Avenue and Coun at by the talented Ladies Kitchen a major actress in her role as and we will meet or beat any local current price on any identical item

n It was observed for Here* 'in our own Community try Club Way. Band and the Keystone Quartet Baroness Marie Vctscra. plus give free S & H Green Stamps
i part by groups of each \cmorlal Day. Post Commander Numerous prizes were The film, which runs 90 min. you
''rl1: women and by form- rime ceremonies' are approp Koihielc Frank J. awarded utes. will be shown at 2:30.,:
,j m, deg in arms. ed b,. the veterans orcanbi conduct t ceremonies will serve as master of The firemen and auxiliary 4:30: 7:00: and gOO: p.n. -
[The IV.sn't any get day forlen'Jma lions \rlerans( who and Kenneth Wood meet at 7:30: tonight and a report -, -- -
; which consisted never forget They are joined can chapla commander Refreshments-elect. will art as will be made on the proceeds I The first day of spring In RESTAURANT SPECIALS
ally 'n decorating graves of by civic and fraternAl l omen I i served be of the affair I Japan Is a national holiday.
,i diers with flowers and flag salons as well as the
[One of the earliest\ report on ntldinn' The new post home Is near.
':. nee observations! was in the ing reality after two years of YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
planning The new alrconditioned 3
'f! IflfiS when -
rift<< women of
lumbus, Miss. gathered and I Bridge Scores building will be 40 feet wide I Auto Insurance
.iJ flowers on the graven ofb.th yOATN and 100 feet long and will in- MEATBALLS BAR.B-O BEEF STEW

the Union and Confeder. I '1. t. V.OI'Ttt'I .,.... Anl elude offices for post and BUX 1 I. NEW LOW RATES
tad RhnnMM. A n''". 'diary. officers meeting hall 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS WITH(

r It was this act of kindness I\I.(,..h.1I Finn no Nnrlun and II" I 11' lounge kitchen washrooms 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE & SPAGHETTI SPARERIBS VEGETABLES I

fi consideration which JnsplrId 1 "wn.11 J.-rn.n IrrAPrwRAr J.? Ind A. O. rAnp. and cloak roomsCommander .
Francis M. Finch to Korlnelc urged a
t,. poem The Blues] write and I ?". "."".;.+nner "< Mn. rJ turnout of all members He t9 z 7 82 82 82
..R rnnt' { reminded ( ( (
l( eyj. which became a potent 2 J!. n ?":IIA.Ir ""i M... r rI some had not
.irtor" hi bringing the North hrdnner 00'" paid their $7 annual dues AGENCY
I PA" A'1A Nn R. r Amlml. AA''', which should be _.
ft South together and sent to P 0
helped A.ld. .
'..,"dl.,. Nnr. I/IL 1.11 en. Box 781. Venice '' 116 W. Venice Avenue
pimi forget any grievance l-Nw ( r. r. .tr And II.... W. N

[jrd hatred, which may have Tmnan.-n 05.../KW..OT! 'fI'SrlnrhlKniMrU :. And T. II Telephone: 4OB-228O Complete Sunday Dinner 99c: [
lurvlved the Civil War. Pharr. 2., .
The SOth anniversary of the /... Rt.dl.I.., l.,hVOIMHROI Ca. .... Gulf Pines Sets l'
| 1 IIi. FAr.h rlAw Ana II". J. I. ..
tattle of Gettysburg was cele- '''
: n4tM'
AIN', '', R. r AINMA. At 1.
failed br the dedication
of a 1- 1'.1. Ira N.I,n .nd MrInA. Memorial ServiceSpecial .
_rue to the commander of the IrhNtl.hh 11

federates' Gen Robert E. I.ftI... ..... !J N. Mnrrl' uJ 1. Memorial Day services CHANGE: Size MAALOX LIQUID 87c98c

tMo. /J Dr R R. WIt_ And 1'.1 VI n'+..r SERViSOFTAmerica's
.. On April 2B LABS. Mrs, Sue rhrn; ;' will be held at t p.m Sat TO
N.nu' rhh.I. .
al.11.M urday et Gulf Pines Memorial
jUdon" Vaught a descendant '
John Adams our second '- II... I. W Klmb.1I 1H and ''II... H.m Park south of Venice on State First Water Conditioning MOUTHWASH
l1 + -, Atl,, Road l 77 1 The public is invited I LISTERINE 59c
.|mdent led some In women tote !-l Wllrox, V:n,SI P. ;IMxoii and Dr R' I Participating will be repienentatives Service And Still The Best. Size +

cemetery Vlckshurg 1- A. n .n,....11|| Ana AI J-ir,... of NoVel American CLEAN SANITIZED TANKS WITH .
[Ta There they decorated them J.. 7A'',. logicn\ Post Tamiami Pout of r.
'len soldier's] graves. R Anr N RRT
1- W, C. RNe the Veterans of Foreign Wars EACH DELIVERY.
yln Mav of the same year III.... rl.n (And.....,H"Rh.. Ind Vr..rh 050. Carr fl''er and the Venice Barracks of 83c 100 47cl
ymt women of Winchester H.rrl.on' 'I, We Do Not Bill In Advance. TUMS
.. formed the N Mn, I I. W. Pitman .,/ V.n R Veterans of World War 1.Eupene 1. Size
../am T., 19.'I .. H. Gravson, Gulf YOU MUST BE SATISFIED.
irwi; Memorial Associationhonor Mn C r Arrant .M L Cab.".. Pines ,
a president said Sntut.day's
of General Turnerhlev :.., a...... .
\I. 2oI. I N n ceremony would include Largest and Most Modern Water n
( < who was killed In a 1- V.n, U. Caner And H.rrr'R'""... dedication of flag staffs erected 59c EYE ;
",rmish at Harrlsonburff In IA I' Plant The West Coast URINE 37c
5 Mr.' Cirri Gralr nod W R. in memory of veterans Interred on Size
_'.ne. 18fi2. On June 8. 18fl5t TnNIInNNI. Al 1.I 1. th"'e.F1f''E''I.foot. DROPS
..,r went to the Confederate Mn H. s. Iku1 .nd Nn PMw.
IA. flag staffs have r
Jfrietery in Winchester! which I 1.I j, I "n..." .... II... I F been erected on either side of RV
Mid! to "he the first cemetery N Mnlarm." Illy, A.r. Lntrut nridtr. 11.4 the main 45-foot staff in Vest
!) Id out especially for dead sol]. ..... lind 1.55 Ins. minster Gardens. Each staff Size LOVING CARE 87c
"IMO of the South. and deco.led NORTH IID1 H hears SHADES
plaque that its
I Mr a reading
mil II.
H N '''??'d 7t
l the graves! with flowers I ; 04 \ IMun Ant Mrim Srkonfej .. flag flies In memory of a vet
Early! in -kI tom E. MILAN VENICE PH. 488.4488Also
Mar. 1863 Adjutant .
eran will be
.. name placed
"lt'n ral N P. Chinman of the lir Rrhnnh-K K, worn- uid a r a there for s week after Horn*.Owned Units of Lifetime 79c HAIRDRESSING

and Army of The Republic FArI'.N t."T which SCORE 39c
AM Mn II \ H.ndlo0\ Size
CARL. suggested to i ...
General M Icwa J I MN. 'nA II. honored
l hit A Logan, the command Paid B.,.>. FREE
There 50 veterans ,
'In-chief 1N.I K. P. .<:.I6. d Mrt.CC.. I presently are .anN
arrangementsmade ary.nl1'I.' buried at Gulf Pines.

decorate for the the orgamration! 1.MIIr"II' AA.41a9aT.u!". -.........-. ""'I"s"_'>a.mwws REXALL TIMED ACTION U
graves of the

.-''niggestion soldiers' on seemed a given to. date Genii !/ ::9 Hay Fever Capsules 88c |

| Logsn> as most proper He
T>rr>vd It immediately and I
rued an order to that effect r
1 til the Grand Army posts

This order was generally CAN FOAM ICE CHEST
-"wd. especially in the mal!

a ommumties time it seemed. where to take up on to I// J / OPENER / GIANT CAPACITY, 41 Q'.

water, significance than toe i417Tf17jJJj c n4 NIW MitTY
A Canons F
:: GO"MaNDU.
l larger towns ma'AT .
Special! A ALL MITAL ......CT "0.
n 1 the National Cemetery .I INOINEIHIO TO y, d.-, ,., in '."CHU.T..ILI"o.
.ow..OOL. n A'd'I' r ,
''foss' the. Potomac River at ITaManauAeaaT.I. f ,
'Inglnn. / ITae.11
Va., constituting. the
et formal and official ohrvance ,
a r
of Memorial flay 999 ,

e orator on that historic oc VALUE I.L19
anion was General James A M.1g VALUE
"field then a member of the 1'1
'ww of Representatives and
'ter President of the United

'ales time moat. He eloquent was known speakers as one ofpe ofe ( I) 4LI5''b04' jRA E CAR VANITY CHAIR 20" BOX FAN

Memorial Day was not yet a rr
gal holiday in of the
any "<
"M until the GAR veterans I MANUALLY
York succeeded in per- ?
lading the Legislature to pass WHITE WITH WASHAILI COVEIIN 1 e USE IN WINDow .
'n act in 1873 which designated : ONFLOOR.
N Thirtieth of May to be f IATHROOM II
henceforth known as' Decora'n ..Nr.rJrJa.a'YN PIaA M"Yi iA'r(rMM' ADDITION 'I S AS EXHAUST
Day and as one of the COOLS UP TOS

Public holidays for all puttee i a ..i Ip lOOMS
whatsoever as regards FORD; / 97
ie transaction of business in FAIRU NE 4 r
As 1497S2UI
ublic offices of the State and $2194 AS LITTLE A
1 ,, $775 VALUE VALUE
acceptance and payment of G ET A
::III of exchange bank checks $1999V
nd promlsory notes"
In 1874 Rhode Island made

"""flit e day In 1878 a legal New holiday Hampshire Ver \ CAR FOLDING BED :

IDREDGINGEverything PACE CAR I# SEA! WITH MATTRESS e al'Tab's NrWNMA,, ..,eo.n...

SAUTT HITS ........
a NON.SAft W'h
PAYOFF a"t11rn a LONG-LASTING 0:1: RIM.I. Ne.w Ouq
In 44 CMn11,1s
Dredging Lln' ewinlnA
FMCONAS 1 rev .....
1.15 CALF

511 .. .

Indianapolis !ani-Off//jcfal: .OLol Ros Anoaaa uerwssrwa

bOlJtourterrifiCF/PaceCarIA.k 0 ANMan.. YOM ,
r ; ... 1
s PaYOff Ttlle4 ALA ana0ao/1"ALYw L
rFakn Ford, Fairlan AIhM.IManew sun ruusA, ,tA
.... aTU.D" VO..DCOLO.
0 Id-1 ,. 4
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Rt. 2, Box 382A Bill Phillips Ford Company"ONE IIayTIROt TO CHOOII'/AON Jia / 244 LuJ

jSnead Island Road 83.11 VALUP $USYALU'
Palmetto Fla.

Phone 722.1918 South Venice Florida Phone 488-6787 I While Supplier Uit, W* Reserve Right (o Limit Quantitiw. lJ
or 755-6467 Fed. Ta> When Applicable ki1 ;





pCC EN T Positively DINNERWARE CURRIER Ends Saturday I IVES OFFER, June 6 T WO F or TII e Mone\1 y ,.

Be Sur. You Redeem.. Valuable Book Coupon
r."O'(.......and Bonus Top Value '
with Thli Coupoi eek'a from=a( Saves Yon More A t Kwik Ch ek I t

&$5. More Purchase
: p "' ; DESSERT DISH Save Twice Save On Price Save Top' Value Stamps For Wonderful I Free Gifts

; Limit On. Your Choice With$5 or More Order Limit One Your Choke With$5 or Mort Order FISCHER'S ALE or

0 FkC ELLENC + Detergent Coffee Beer

Prices Effective May 28 Thru 30th s
I \ 12Thnw Pak

tl T 9 l,m. to STORE 9 p.m HOURS. Men thru: Fri IPANATOOTHPASTE .. (6th Pk GL/. I I u. u. I I 12 .1. $I 49
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\ A SAVE 30c SAn 20c SAVE 28c Limit Two
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No. 2ft' Can Limit Two : No.1 l Till Can : Reg. Rod Limit Four : 32 on. Decanter : Hill ,tI. limit Two ; EGGS

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jl 5 tt. $189 FROZEN .FOODS'


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} Quick Froun { .

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'., : Slew S Lhs.80e Steaks Lh. 1Be es St07 AVI. lb. 49c '
t I 7ge St_"!B98riflC Fries 3 2 L5 *,.. $100 Creme Pies 3 For $100
ARMOUR STAR REGULAR SLICED TARNOW'S SKINLESS Orange Juice 4 for 99c Pie Shells 2 Pak Pig 39c


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took: Qu:ck Frozen
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: Vol t |k May 10 Cheese Lk. 59c Family Loaf .'. .
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: ;11\\ :; mUUUUlUlUlUUUlUU'' Cheese. 10'% ot. Pkg. 49c I BREAD .20 INCH BLADE,TWO SPEED, PORTABLE

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I 1 I' To '. 0' Sea Heat I Servo Cheese 11010 Pkg. 49 LOAVES C x I .
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THURSDAY.\ MAY 28, 1964

,;;a; .... .II ....... ( .... "T" THE GONDOLIER PAGE FIVE
: !
. lous precincts had been, In effect said, through a program of
. Demos Ilevamp directed by a single pre education and Inlonnatien'and
EVERYDAYLOW I p"A Notes cinct organization director, the a strengthening of the channels
Organization newly formed organizationwould of communication between the
E PETERSONMore shift responsibility to precincts, the executive committee
and increase the authority of and the public bring
than 125 residents at. Venice Library end will be Mn. Rosa J. Ward, chair.
the several district vice-chair before the citizens of SarasotaCounty
of the Sarasota
tended the Civic Asioclation's temporarily housed in the office County
first afternoon of the Community Center. Democratic Executive Com men. the true principles of
Welcome Get-
The Precinct Organization the Democratic Party, and the
Together last Thursday at the This has been cleared through mittee, has announced a reevaluation -
Committee and the initiation superior qualifications for office
Comunity Center. These parties the General Development COl"p.and of the duties and responsibilities
of a Precinct Leadership Training of the various Democratic
are held primarily to help new just as soon as the shelves of the Democratic .
Course will, Mrs. Ward candidatee.I
reaidents to get acquainted and can be built end all the necessary precinct vice-chairmen end the
9 make friends in the community equipment set up the formation of a Precinct Organization .
Both new and old resident. books can be moved In. There Committee composed of
were regaled with a dozen live. will be 1,000 books many of these vice-chairmen. She described CLOSED FOR VACATIONFrom
ly selections from the popular which wi1be\ much needed the action as designedto
::1 Kitchen Band, with Rita Boyle reference books for students strengthen the Democratic I
PRICES as the conductress. The enter Volunteer carpenters are Party in Sarasota County. ,
needed build Vice-chairman of area one,
tainment fare also featured to the shelves and
William "Bill" Thompson, who anyone in North Port with library composed of precincts two, MAY 25 UNTIL JUNE 16
piped on the Bagpipes. Solos experience that could donate three, four and IT is B. A.
wen sung by Kenneth Booher several hours a week Keiger Jr.; in area two, madeup BAYVISTARESTAURANT
and Lillian Downs, duets by would be much appreciated of precincts 10, t and 18 the ,. \
YOU SAVE MORE Inez Booher and Margaret When the new Shopping Cen. vice-chairman I. Edward A.
(I Dahlman, also by Theresa and tr in North Port is completed, Miller; vice-chairman of area COCKTAIL LOUNGE
i Mortimer the Library will be housed in three, composed of precincts
ti WHEN YOU SHOP Director Reynolds Stanley Nelson one of the buildings one, 13, 14 and 19, Is Milton R. Beach Rd. & SR 775 EnglewoodANNOUNCEMENT /
' Solomon. four,
Fk Area precincts
11 CELLS spearheaded the gettogether More than-SO-members anduests five, 20, 22, 24 and 25, Is headed .
Treasurer Helen
Rocks and Director
KWIK CHEKCHECK John ( attended the North Port by Alvin C. Wilhelm. Russell
provided refreshment I
I and talent. Presl. Charlotte Men's Garden Club C. Jordan Jr. is vice-chair
last Tuesday at the man of area five, composed ofpret'ln..tl
dent Carl Mever
"" = 'l --.LaoI.A jffii3CV! -- '!'.Jfc BMMI ; greeted every Community Center six, 11. 12, 15 and 23;

THESE EVERYDAYLOWLOW one on behalf and, promised of the Civic a vari.Association The Club had previously extended area seven six and composed 21 is headed of precinct by Mrs
ed and an Invitation to theWoman'
program for the
Gibbs R
MIry F and Harry
j Club ta attend this .
I next Welcome Get-Together Johnenn I. vice-chairman of -rr- -
Party the third Thursday afternoon meeting and many were on Now
I area seven, made uo of precincts !t J-4V We Are e
BEVERAGE PRICES In June. All members and hand to hear Mr. Normand eight, nine and 26. .,.,-:

; :! these resident parties.are Invited to attend Patton the from subject Casev of Dayltlie.0 Key speakon .. where Mrs, in Ward the past explained the work that of I In Our New 'sT

STOCK UP WITH YOUR FAVORITE There was-0-a large turn-out The Greater-Pittsburgh- Club organizing Party activities and within supervising the var.Babe's jll\' Building ,
, for the Boat Club's chicken Basket Picnic will be held Saturday -
and covered dish dinner last at 2:30: p.m. at the Community /
Ale Beer i Thursday evening prior to theClub' Center Recreationarea.
or .
' regular meeting at 7:30: e MODERN EQUIPMENT
I p.m. at the Community Center. -
I OLD MILWAUKEE (hl.1I Mn or Pop-up-) A Commodore V. 0. "Bob" will The meet WWI Veterans Auxiliary EXPERIENCED MECHANICS
next Tuesday, June
Canfield announced Search
BUSCH BAVARIAN (tab-top can)- < 05 and Rescue Division Auxiliary 2nd at 1:30 Center.Dr. : p.m.. at the Community C ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT IGNITION PARTS TO TUNE
*P I Is being formed in North Port FOR EVERY YOUR ENGINE
a PABST BLUE RIBBON- Charlotte Beginning with the -0- KITCHENIOn.
June meeting there will be a Terrence Peterson, pastor handle corn C EXPERT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE
; CANADIAN ACE ALE OR BEER- IS minute session on Safe Boat- of the First Presbyterian lima sad wm.r
Church, announced
Ins at the close of the meeting a special
I CARLING'S BLACK LABEL BEER- B and this will be handled by service to be held at the
All Work Guaranteed
6 Pak member of the Auxiliary. At church next Sunday at 7:30: p.
S.B. BEER OR ALE- the July meeting of the Boat m. Mr. Erwin Demarest will\
talk and show slides of his
Carton Club there will be an hour and very
TROPICAL ALE- B half] session on the subject of recent trip to Ecuador. He will\

(Zip. open B 12 Cans I safe boating-0- visited tell of his a tribe experience of the Auca when Indiana he B & W\ AUTO REPAIP
'l gl," C41nl, The Volunteer Fire Department in the jungles Plumbing Co.
629 VENICE AVE. 488-3502
I Members and friends of the
4 B and Auxiliary will I meettonight
\ (glass" 488.2402 488.5282
can or top) at 7:30.t the Community Church will hold a picnic and
I Center. covered dish dinner on Friday. Radio Equipped Trucks
I BALLANTINE ALE (PoP. op) I ; -0I June 5, at 5 p.m. at the Community P. O. Box 454, Nokomis
j Members of the New England Center.

!I SAVE MORE EVERYDAY AT KWIK CHEK I I Club meeting meeting.decided to during discontinue at the its summer May their 15 VYC Bridge : AeENER: RECEDING?

months and start again the .1- II
Ale Beer third in
or Friday-0-September. Luncheon Tuesday AND LOOK IN SECONDS WITy A DIPLOMAT HAIR' PIECE'

The Kansas-Missouri Club's
next meeting will be on Wednesday

I Schlitz poptopBudweiser picnic;, June at Nokomis 3, which: Beach will: 1 beginning bea Yacht Tuesday Club ladies noon! bridge at the luncheon 'club. Looks and Feels Like Your Own Hair! j I
will be Mesdames J. C. Harmon
$ at 1 p.m. Bring your
own picnic basket. Orville B. Littlck and For the first time an absolutely undoteetabU hair piece. Play in It-sleep in it-swim 'In it
j tab-top -)- Claude W. McMullen. Cape 'In complete confidence Completely secure, new principal allows for every degree of baldness i
The Women's Society of Haze. as easy to put on as your hit Cool plastic laminated bas.
6 Pak Christian Service of Trinity Progressive bridge and four
Methodist Church will meet somes will be played.Reservations For a Private Demonstration of ..hat. "Diplomat" will do for your Phone Venice!
Ballentines Ale Carton next Monday at 2 P m. at the should be made 488.1475 9:00 to 9:30: mornings. No charge or obligation for demonstration
m new Trinity Church Fellowship by Sunday noon by calling the FREE ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE IN PLAIN ENVELOPE MAILED UPON REQUEST.
Hall. Mrs. Alva Soldner will\! hostesses. Mrs McMullen maybe '
12ox Cans''' have charge of the worshin service : called for reservations in HERMAN VANDER VOORT, Consultant for The Diplomat Co.
Life the Haze I'
Miller Cape area.
High the program.and Mrs Homer Houch The hostesses should also be L 728 CYPRESS AVENUE, VENICE
notified of cancellations.
6 pak The South County Epiphany
Guild met last Monday at the
Old Milwaukee or Busch Bavarian BEER 12 plus 01.deposit betfie! 83c I Mineral Recreation Springs.Center at Warm

Mrs. Robert Peterson president CHEVELLE by ChevroletHow
SAVE MORE WITH THESECOOL' and Mrs. William A. Gar-

TREATS vey to ,the secretary recent were conference delegates of to make your vacation fly by. and like it !
HOT WEATHER Catholic Women held at Lido

Beach, Sarasota. Mrs. Garvey Settle back in foam-cushioned comfort size-of w hatcvcr you want to carry.Leav
read a full report on the Con.
ference. Surround yourself with yards of soft a note for the milkman, and get out of r'

Coda DrySparkling Mrs. Arthur Van LIU. president vinyls,plush fabrics,foam-cushioned seals town in a brand-new Chevellet
Water of the Epiphany Guild In and door-to-door carpeting. It's Trade 'N' Travel Time now at your
or bark plu Venice was the guest speaker.Mrs. Pick your power from a wide choice of TRAUE'N TOMIIEI Chevrolet dealer's. Why don't you two r

GINGER ALE 6 -fc-H- 37c depositGrapefruit slide. Van pictures Llll showed of her interestIng trip to- economy and high performance engines. TIME get together and make some vacation

Tatlma, Portugal; Lourdes, Fill the trunk with 27 cu. ft-vacation plans. Then, hit the road I IChttettt

Trance and Rome. Ml THI Mrs MIGHMMNT KHTMMIIIS Malib Svptr Sport CmutrKklt

Juice or The Republican-0-Club held its
'k 37c final' meeting of the season last
deposit Welnesday evening at the Com.
VERNOR'S GINGER ALE 6era boffI. I munity Center, It plans to meet
again In September
Mrs. Dorothy Schueler, pres-
pek (dent, leaves today for her
3 C
UPPER 10 or Coca-Cola e bottl. O de posit home in Cranston, R. I. Mr
Schueler flew down last weekto
low c.lorie help with the long drive -s-C

COLA DRINK ui.pek bottl. 37c j.ptt! back. -0-

North Port Charlotte's new
Library will be a branch of the

Pepri4oIa.R.C.Colaor4pak .
plea WHEN IT'S
COCA-COLA i 16 oi. botti. t7C deposit

Frostie Root Beer or

d yak 3 5 plus
7.UP 7 ot. bottl C deposit I

V'rtw'i I Caloric:

Ginger Ale or R.C. COLA or .
6 p.k slat

FROSTIE ROOT BEER 1201. bottl.' wC deposit Orpt" !
i ', four

PEPI-COLA -- TEEM Your Choice

PATIO DIET DELIGHT Pak- 10 or Bottl'l' ; :

3og-gonl! W* handle your ) m f
KING SIZE COCA-COLA furniture like pedigree stock -
but you're not In the dog-taut

TAB DIET DRINK7UPLIKEHIRE'S all year paying our bill. Safe,



PrIces Good Only In Sarasota Venice, Palmetto, Bradentonand DUNCAN CHEVROLETU.S.

41 and Englewood Road Venice Phone r 8a.3067Ii


r- .--r- .... .-v- --

I THE Gardeners Corner Area Directory

There are many fine club are dirt garden amateurs; only ,

and organizations in the VenIce one of them professes to be an Just
5 I e0 ( PEOPLE Area. One of these is the authority on his subject. But Out Lists

A Men's Garden Club of the Vent each of them has a lot of fun ,

SPEAK ice Area It was organized with his gardening failures and

October 14, 1960 at a meeting successes. We hope the reportsof 13,217 In AreaThe
of 15 gradening enthusiasts. their experiences will be in

Meetings are held In the formative.
-- of First first entry Is
Community Room AM
MEMBER or TRC: ASSOCIATED PRESS *- MEMBER or THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION To The Editor: your office was requested to Federal Savings and Loan the last is Zweigart! ta*

send The GONDOLIER to Mrs. the second Friday of Stuart Given Sandwiched In
Your Assn.
d recent letter to LBJ on between
J M Of Th.not A..ortd, hrwW'.Prr....k. i.wehNwM this paps wtttl.d. and air,l '::J'I h.r. :' a..e AS .:i.".:kbd11.4 d,rspnbblatloa:: le ably put in words the thoughts so Janke.Each This week was this done.office Issues each month at 2 p,m. The club roster of the new Venice In I the!

at ._tol dlapauhaa .ro abs rearrrad.Th which I am unable to do. now has a membership of 78 Award Englewood city directori'"j
.... and .local advertorial. / Mmtont of this ...._ \0 oprrlfbtod' and Ita rvpuhHcatlop. li a weekly bulletin to all Inter. active gardeners.The CAE out. are such names
j praailiF forbidden. ....... br sits ......'..10.. There are so many top-heavy ested Chamber members. This Flowers a. Card,
half-pint officials minority man who conceived the Sarasota Tax Hoop, Waddle
holding bulletin contains resumes of County Assessor S
F Pobll.hcd E.., Mondw and Thondar From 11 Ml E. Miami, Amu Jobs that we businessmen all correspondence receivedthe idea of a men's garden club is has been awarded the Stout. Breed Mink {Rare

i Entarad A. Saniid Chaa IlitUr At Pod OttlM 't Vtnto" Florid. are forced to cater to, not previous week. This bulletin one of our best known citizens title of Certified Assessment Pond. Money page Qui '

having a battery of specialiststo is sent to ALL interested in the area, Normand K. Patton Evaluation (CAE) by the International Str-jng.- Houaeworsnd Pa d

EDWARD D. BALL ... ................................... Editor and Publisher guide us through the fine members such as realtors, mOo of Casey Key. Norm Patton Association of Assessing

COURTNEY WILLIS .. ..... ... .. ................. .... Advertising Manager print.I tel.apartment-hotel operators the not first only small gathered group together of gardeners Officers. R.The L. directory Polk 88. Co published M
builders lists
just finished etc.
SAM DILLON ... ............ ...... .... ......... News and Newsphoto Editor adding the but he inspired them Stuart previously was desig- names of adults and 13,217
three per cent sales tax total Our bulletin on May 14 con- nated a Senior Residential Ap- business

j ROGER KILBY ...... ... ................. ... ...... Mechanical Superintendent amount due $7.38. I must densed Mrs. Janke's letter as tired the majority northerners of whom to learn are howto re praiser (SRA) by the Societyof Casey places Key In Venice Citrus EnglewOOd,

I collect only on repairs, mothproofing follows: "Owns lot in Fort garden in Florida. Under Residential Appraisers.He East Gate/EnglewosX

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5,25 per year. $3.25 per six months, $2.75 waterproofing etc. Myers Would like to sell it or Patton's leadership and the Is the second active tax Grove City.

per three months. 10 cents per copy. Out of county W.25 per year $4.23 This made my work week two swap for something in the guidance of the club's first assessor in Florida to receivethe Key. Nokomis Laurel, Manasota'

per six months, $3 per three months.Memorial. hours longer.! However I don't Venice Area. Which realtor three presidents the late CAE title the other being brook Gardens Osprey SoVr.vT
I--_ __ want to be forced two years wrote to Mn. Janke I do not Fred W, Hohman Walter G. held by Tax Assessor John Shores. South \I'
from now, as were to hunt know. of Leon Venice
you Fletcher and the present president Brown County East and Venire
. through the records. Here in the Chamber we are William L. Glenzing Requirements for this honor Gardens
Day I have never been notified by as Impartial as you can get. the Men's Garden Club has be- Include five years appraisal Under the system used, i II
the state to collect this tax andI of years Is the minimum
The word "patronage" Isn'teven come an important factor In experience completion two age UH!
Memorial Day, which, we observe Saturday Memorial Day was first set tide in know of no other dry cleaner in our dictionary. We are helping to make Venice and its narrative type demonstration alders listings the and the count con)\
collecting It. But I have been however, partial to the Venice surrounding communities one appraisals and an eight-hour combined names .
in honor of our netion'i war dead, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida advised b y the industry Area. of the beauty spots of Florida. written examination. Stuart man and wife as only one

had i its origin in the South on April 26, on April 26, the date of General through the various trade Nick Keller Patton was born Sept. 1891 won the SRA title in 1960 which name.

1865 when tribute was paid those who Joseph E. Johnson's surrender, the last day magazines to collect it to avoid Executive Director in Oak Park 111. and is a direct required a demonstration appraisal -

fell in the War Between the State of the Confederacy. Some Southern states the Every situation small you businessman described. Is Venice AreaChamber descendant of Colonel report and a written of fellow examination Panama has an area of 29,w
Robert Patton of RevolutionaryWar approval squire miles about
Some historians My the idea was originated used June 3, the birthday of Jefferson an unlicensed tax collector for of Commerce fame who later became area appraisers. of South Carolina. the sue
Mrs Janke has
F Bv
in Jackson, Mitt by Mn. Sue Lan- Davis Still others held their observanceon our complicated way' of life. two GONDOLIERS..:.-: _!; t h e !rra' t pee t ma a te r of th e Cif. y I I ---

don Vaughn. Others suggest it was started May 10, because it was the best time I was forced insurance to pay for an unemployment ern.. of Philadelphia, Pa. Normand's 51iTf RR11RIIRRAI
education terminated by
Mrs. Roswell Ellis of Columbus Ga. find suitable flowers for the occasion. To The Editor: was
by to ploye I discharged for the death of his father with
May 14 issue of The GONDOLIER ( $
the J
In the first Memorial Day ceremony the May 30, 1868 was the first Memorial stealing from me.. When law your "Open Letter." the result that Normand began best recipe for folks
and authority uphold such ,
women of the South decorated the graves Day observed in the North when General forced There may have been' a better work at an early age. When
practice, we are being World War I broke out, he en
of Union soldiers ai well at tlw gravesof John A. Logan wet commander-in-chief full-speed down a superhighway letter written on the subject listed was sent to Officers' newly moved to
but it is not recorded on
their beloved Confederates. of the of the to Hell with no brakes.
own Upon Army Republic.Now of history or deposited in Training Camp and graduatedas
There is small businessman
hearing of it, Judge Francis Miles May 30 is the date set aside by can no way exist a under these the archives of the Congressional a Second Lieutendant. He Venice
Orlof Baldwin
married Carmene
j Finch of New York wet moved to pen the entire nation for this fitting tributeto conditions. Library along with other daughter of the former
o his immortal poem "The Blue and the the heroes of all wart. Let'i all show I suddenly get very tired documents for posterity.I worthy. of preservation Surgeon General of the British Take one phone call (or coupon below),

when I look back these The Fattens add hostess with baskets of gifts and
27 Army and Navy y. -jv
them this
Gray. to Saturday. of rest
our respect on am as proud you as (
j years and realize the extra of sentence censored). have three married children / r V information about the city, stir in jenuE .
burden and to collectall n \ IM hospitality, and you'll have
; expense H. S. GILMORE and six granddaughters.After .ll7-ah a gist
. The Other Fellow's Business the extra tax under the Marion Junction,, Ala. the war Patton spent V-..) >pri row md delightful welcome. Just

threat of the penalties provided 24 years in executive positions PhVWlcom
There is an old saying to the effect have inched steadily upward. A recent seemingly for no other (Editor's Note: In printing with Montgomery Ward and

that it is a good idea to deep your nose survey showed that the return on capital reason than to pay the salariesof the above we'd be less than then returned to Butler Broth. /
I I the type official you so ably honest if we failed to exnlaln era, where he had worked asa
out of the other ftllow'i business. In invested in the meat packing industry is )
described in your letter. It I I. from our revered "Af- young man, as operating ;)YagOl1
personal matters many have learned, to among the lowest of all manufacturing ent" In our old hometown manager of the New York and

their sorrow, that this is sound advice. industries and that on the average retail CARL OBENDORF, our most, nnforcettRhle character Chicago offices He retired in

However, in a broader sense it is e good outlets in the food chain field have been Venice.To who raided us and 1957.His PHONE ***-**>* :
which accounts for hi* rhetorical retirement activities
Idea to know of the other fel. faced with levels for rr --------------- -- -----_
something declining profit a flint 'Into the wild blue have Included also the found- '

I low's business. Greater knowledge would decade. In the case of the food chainsit the Editor: yonrtr-r. And to you Aent, as ing of the Venice Gourmet r WELCOME NEWCOMERSI! I

". save a lot of wear and tear looking for amounts to less than 1.5 cents per In the May 25th Issue of The we OS operators used to say: Club one of the founders of I Use this coupon to let us know you're bus I II
GONDOLIER you published a .. the Venice Orchid Society, a
f evil doers in tome segments of the economic dollar of sales.Consumers letter from Mr. and Mrs. Paul charter member and directorof I HAM" I II

: I ; picture. For example, in the meat may be sure of one thing Janke of Lynbrook Long Is the art association and intensive I ADDRESS I

,; Industry there has been understandable so long at there is a free market land. Their letter to you stated To The Editor: Interest in duplicate I II
i1 that they had written to the bridge. Nevertheless, his greatest I CITY
t', I dirt not Intend to renew
'j my
1 concern because the spread between producer competition will establish a fair price Chamber of Commerce and subscription to The GONDOLIER love is gardening and his I D Please hive the Welcome Wagon Hostess can on "meD ;

: : prices and retail prices has in. level. But no market free or controlled had not received an answer. but for a friend who was choice of all plants and flow I I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER j

: It'. creased. Cattle prices have declined! but can protect consumers against the inroads This Is true The letter further in your late contest I did renew ers Is the Daylily. Now he will I 0 I already' subscribe to the I
stated that we turned their initiate a new Garden Club {(GONDOLIER I
I q the resultant "saving" which, many feel of inflation. Creeping inflation seems to name over to a real estate of. it.Now reading let. idea, the publication of a series I Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., I

Ii I! :i' should have automatically passed along have been accepted at normal. It is well, fice. This is a halt-truth. ter to the since President I'd your do with- of articles on gardeningwith t--___ a.rL-r. ,'S J

i, ) to consumers hat not materialiied. In the to remember that it affects the ether fellow'i For the benefit of your readers out bread and butter before I his article on the Enchanting rar.rrrarrrrar
.' I would like to be given Daylily The articles in this
would without little ole
at pecking end retailing industries as in all business as well as your own. equal time to clear the name do your series will be written on various .

,J .l (lines of business wages and other COlts Industrial News Review of the chamber. On May 14 paper.It will probably be more gardening subjects by individual

we received a letter from Mrs. widespread than you know as members of the club. Venice Area Church Directory

Status For The Slothful Janke in which she requestedthe I, for one, sent all the clippingsI These articles will be exclusive -
ldf name of our local newspaper could get hold of to folks "up to The GONDOLIER in
i a THURMAN SENSING because she owned property north." which they will appear period- BT. NATHAVm/S CHURCH' : EPISCOPAL TSUUTT METHODIST: CHURCH
: By in Fort Mvers and wishedto ically. wrl.r Lon-
; Old one Saba Offlea) Nnrtb I'oft CWba.
< :, Southern States Industrial Council swap or sell it for something MRS. JESSE MILLER Practically all of the members Turn Was at LlrhthouaaRr W..hlp Bwl.t eed.n. I"S L.
,1 i in Venice. The of the Men's Garden Club Pour O. Mod... Mesa. W9C8i Pint lIond.,. I'M: eabandy
!: Speaking in Chicago last year an economist sponsor, it would still be without log- same day Venice. Sanricaji t:II .... Official Brit. Kocood TiMdu. I f*

(j : by the name of Robert Theobald ical foundation. If a society it to survive Holy Communion l.t and Ird Sundara.VINIC1 s a .

., advanced the extraordinary notion that and prosper the central importance of ASSEMBLY OF GOD EPISCOPAL: MISSION
J Vanloa
Br-War at Mrrtw AraaaaRa
people ought to receive an income whether hard work has to be esteemed.The Victor Maw,., Pae. Pater Madaoa. Virar.BoJMlar .

': ;'i 1 'r er or not they work. Those persons who Bible that man must his lundy Mornln' *School.Worship sass lltoe a.ra..-.. (KM a.m..wa.r. Sma
,1 I': :'ru 1 prefer to live public undoubtedly vwln Barrtoa fl 100 am.rata ,.. ,....
; on charity bread by the sweat of his brow. This it Wod....... Pyy M.Gns. .1Ot ps TW EOT If. Ch.rW Riot. E.! B GtWrAYENICGNORDMTS
l t'i thought Mr. Theobeld'i idea .
as today as in biblical times. No
t ...
> tt" i i dandy. The concept that non-work should nation can live if its people do not believe ... CHURCH 11.,5.... wary eae
,I C Por..tua dasaatl 1141..... Yam P.pb
be of
'f at productive income at work is that they have to work for what, Look Jon-. futon Mrs
: p absurd of and should have been Wonhlp SOTTIMI ItM u. ud It ,....... Gavel etch
"f course, they have. If people in the United States at"p as Wdsrdyt. eta .._ M,>4- .* ProP
dio 1
; uft!! ''100oi, I,4I L. _
Ii I j \ treated as an absurdity. were to be told by their government that A M.-, Yooooll FoI..h'' 5,11 pa a -.-

j But there days absurdities have no CHURCH OF THB NAIAREKISoalk
I i a living was owed to them, even though r EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH

ji I trouble finding a sponsor. In this case, they lifted hand dfi 100 & Tanlaml Trail ...-.U. ftut of JnaoUoa Vonloaimt 41 and fit
j never e in gainful employment b. P....,, Tha R... Charioj L gawmCharch .
something called "The Ad Hoc Commit. a H A....... 11.(Mar
) how long would they enert School (..til a. twonHpi Pt.o.., 4W4001Monila
ie;:ae .1 l
:j' tee For A Triple Revolution" dredgedup R.ds. IItIKtol 5M as
themselves He, too, would be temptedto Wonhlp. 10,M amTooth
the same theme in late March. It LAKESIDE: LUTHERAN: CHURCH Sonrlea (M ....
go on the dole. Obviously, the coun 4 ..I. South oa V... 41rw F>anln, Sarrlca t-M pal.WodnoKlar .
that government provide every individual would last **.. Md... a. M rw.. 4MS004Wonhl p..,. MaHlni. t M N
try not very long if swarms of gjulua. ItitO a.ai -
with s guaranteed annual income people Su..d. "boo, 1,11 L" CALVART REFOBMim rmiRCI
thought It
respectable to be
sup. Billio Cl.a ell
li t as a matter of right and without respect
ported by the government.We t FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 1101I North Ranraa DrMCATHOUO
to whether that Income is earned. ,
'f have been SCIENTIST
tending in this direction CHURCH 0" THE EPIPRAN't
Not surprisingly, Mr. Theobald is e I lOt WVanloa Afaaaa, N..Y Buhw. 0,5. .n. ewaraaeb dual
at a result of welfare state 1, ,Iv"hyg Van tea T.to. ..hoFior4 lll
'; t:cl S member of the committee. The public at least the federal' government programs.But has .lusty..do, School....._II 11 a.akWadneadar. .... Ra. Run ..*... P.tet_. W. Ooanata

: j should familiarize itself, however, with, M Ian.Roadlni 'Wlnle'-.
never come right out and said that a Koomi It .... .o I .... dally, .000do TtW ..11.. liM ..... ION ...
; some of the other members of the com loafer had much xeapt Sundara aad holldan, and Frllay OmfoMlonal Saturdar ass: h I.M
i just at right to ie.
1 an ..
aranlnia tai I to
aad tiM all P--
,, mit+... An advertisement placed by thee
come as a worker. Its basic assumption

f, ;, ': ., committee carried the signatures of Gun- has been that a man without GRACE METHODIST: CHURCH NORTH PORT CHAMXTTSCBURCHES
a job .
I Corn of Field and Davla.Rn.
y yy; nar Myrdal Gerald Johnson W. H. Far wanted find Mllaa DaPaatar.luadar .
to employment. ........ .|4I .... FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCHConnuattr
r .1',3.,, Linus Pauling and others. Mr. Myrdal Canlar
j ry Worablp ....1_ 51100 a.av _.
the 1110
Spreading notion that non-workers .
yip Tor I Patanoa
I 55. Y. F. eM ....
is the Swedish socialist wants the W"h
c: should be supported at public expense is Bibb Stadr. Tae .... Wds.d.r. Buadaf Childs'" lllOe CIMo aJn..MM _....2J
U. S. to distribute its national income to Saab Adult aarrka.Tha .
subversive of the
r economic foundations
I oilier countries. Gerald Johnson is the E r SEVENTH OAT AOVENTISTroaoao '/ '
1 1"t PaBuadar
Trail, aiL Ra.. Frank Shaaraft
of the Of % aaat at Rb 41
I 1; veteran writer, for the left-wing Nation country. course, everyone wants' 101011_",. ,... School i cia .....
i JI { to help the man who is out of a Job. Parlor, Morn L Canta Mare Wonhlpl UlO as *
HaNlattA4 I PST. -
r magazine. Mr. Ferry is a vice president a nlt ai Saturday I.se a.ak seas CcMnunltr _
He may need charity, and conservativeshave P.... Sarrleiat Tie Tnaidar avonln. -
of the ultra-liberal Fund for The Republic
I never opposed charity for those who oieiJaiaaao
I He was' last in t the news when he directed
CHURCHatlnbtort 0.--
want work and can't find it. The man out hold A. Bowlai Ri. ... Man OoorM W.
criticism at FBI Director J.
ugly 141 Tha Rata Vmlcarfca
I of work, also require retraining and Bandar" Maai .rOt as
may '
Hoover. In 1962 the late U. S. Rep. Fran. 1I".d.. 'I.s: ::: :: Rotate MM tiee, :"
I numerous corporations back ..,
cil E. Walter (D-Penn.) described some ere endeavoring to explore your own yard Wonhlp "SarYloaa Snndaft liM .._ ConfaMlnna. -
A retrain people for more stilled employ. Fallowihlp Galas II .-- Gardra Sana-

\I of Mr. Ferry's writings, saying that In one ment. Be a Florida toplonr-ani enjoy .U the wonders of your own vacation italtl' 555w. CONGREOATIONALCBRII'IUMRYANOxUOAL!: AM 5UORMEa

i I book review the Fund effiiial depressed ....1).
The aaa m
his contempt and disdain for the United But these efforts don't seek to give Wltt'i your pleasure Whether you're a home-yon spend'heal!Youroattoadolu Rfvlara at SorraataPattanoa. MInrM '
status to loafing the Ad Hoc Committee S.. Ooala OaanlilO laator eaeba .br.e b.ld .:.y:
j t i States and its people and pointed out at golfer, boater, iwimmer, angler or confirmed tow much farther per hour of vacation fun -SnndartiMa.au e.nla-a Vwla. Oaad.y R.aaas

: 111, that In his opinion the author of the would do. Moreover, too soft a Mtn-bahayourprapecdal.ebt In Flarida! ...right In your own ba yard! as' Hob? Cumannlo Worahlp as .e"ahn' ._ loP dIM

I cushion for unemployed persons ft bad 6ihtMain, too, 10 at Ite fucfautinf beet... Pr.M: r.alatss.. aylaw: wisp :.::: eta, :*
; book succeeded in .
: had brilliantly . .... AduH' Blhla sadp sad M RanoatloB 055"' gyp/ Hatm. -
i in principle, for it weakens the incentiveto from St. Aufiubne'i biitorlo fort to CapeKennedy's : . . : Church School' ai horn ol <* ..d *
stated aim of showing the evils of the Y..rsee
wonden.from the u tee as Mornlne; Para ... ease H. I[.IAI, 10'
work. This incentive has to be kept in ppaoe-eg a MAYSMOlIPUII5AYIMOATMONpqEvdrgl.dee"Sea ...... Y.tN. adwa -
f ; : ;l capitalist system the 'only true remedy ofGres"to the red us.TATaptunTcost THII lUMMEKI --

f socialism. Dr. Pauling Is Internationally our society, or our society will crumble ... PRERPLORIDACOLORNOBOOxtryout :: YJNIC8: IIBLB CHORC 5
f. ee ezdtlni fame-fl hln( In the tonninfwattnoftheGulCouif : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH or VENICE TraB
through Idleness end the moral rot that / yowieXanl Aa faaplratlon far : set t Tamlaml foss'rb.
Richard L Lkvd. P-tor
i i known as a signer of commuitt- nonda VataUoa Am to younf red a. a e. slats.drw
Sunday 1141
'I idleness breeds. old GET YOURS TODAY AT ANY rWrMa, 51101 a.abTralalne e6ueW 1It_ pip asWanhlp ,.
front .. S..ka a.e
t j _iS petitions And'beet ol eO,when you slay and play at : ITL OFFICII (tie p.abRvmlne p...... ,..
; ) 'f The best of : : = Io
at E
I meant arriving
j i l ( So much for the background of the I guaranteed T tlo p at W'V
I II a..e..eaeeee..a..aa.a. Wool...... Pas., Mlnw. lile ..... AO ...
for 10'
annual income Individual
w.nb55 Y.tea _
I I people saying every person, irrespective

) t of whether he works, is entitled to a is for every Individual to work hard. A FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT COUP ANY FIRST CHRISTIAN' of Chriat CHURCH VENICS: earnCIl.N OSAPDeouTa 4

J guaranteed annual Income. job, not a handout should be the goal of.oyeromen' aBPMI av/d0 PAeaeda I\"P-Tha Rar Eve a VanlM M. Faary A, e.ua S.ffla Sun. Arthur Dr. a Old M .'"SJiH/ : '

I Even if the plan had a better, type of Snday Wanklf,School M M(,ill as Saadap latvlas rf School leeM *'4t "' lk.'







By DOROTHY. GAYNORottinns Two Mnj rrJt
Area Men Graduate
{ a t ''f :.

I ( WomeD'.EdUQJ

j J Cr Phone Items, to 48v.6808neti Wednesday From Academies

Two Venice area will
: who have not gone the district {
!ins engineer's office in ceive their bachelor of science
..V,nice Area Chamber ot Buffalo but has recently received degrees and commissions ir
and looked at the orders to Seoul, Korea .
;1 rce and the Army and Navy on Wednesday I
Lhd display of dayhlies In he, Mrs. pence and their three graduation day at
the north side of the sons will be departing for
m, en that r West Point and Annapolis
,ml ihould hurry on hown area shortly Cadet Robert C. Moomaw,,
give their eyes and heartsrat 21, son of Col and Mrs. Lorrii
t The Ye l1ow-orange-gold George E. Youngberg Is goIng W Moomaw of Lychee Lane,
u.', u a thing of beauty, to be Inducted into the Wisconsin Laurel, will be commissioned
.its to VACC and the Men' ; (University) Half Cen I a second lieutenant in the Sig.
Lifn Club who contributed tury Club during the Univers nal Corps at the U. S. Military
,00 bulbs last year, Would Ity' annual commencement. r Academy.
L,,|if someone cut the high reunion weekend June S Midshipman First Class l
lust beyond, however. I through 8. A luncheon in the James R. Pasch, 22, son of GRAY LADIES AT EPIPHANY SCHOOLwere to right Mrs. L. W. Barnes, Mrs. Elizabeth
I I.
L the view somewhat on the Memorial) Union on the fifth Mr and Mrs. Louis N. Paschof I honorees at a tea at Church of the Caldwell, Mrs. Charles Wolf and Mrs. Francis I

,oach to our town. marks the event His graduation 201 Shumock Ave., will re Epiphany hall on Friday. Shown enjoying the Rycroft.
1 of his refreshments Ire four of the Gray Ladies, left .
-oB course, was in 1914.o ceive commission as Ensign ...
Roac.Iot Seminole at the U. S. Naval Acad-

record albeit of Mrs. Charles White of Spald- emy.
has a
e dubious value herd Ing, Lincolnshire Cadet Moomaw was active in Gray Ladies Are Honored
,,'ui! and England, has
20-rattle rattler in his just returned to her home after the ski club, president of the GOOD BUYGOOD
| I
h3rd the other day and a visit with Mrs. Francis Ry- sailing club and vicepresidentof
) ----- --- the model builders club. He At Annual
to tldtimers say they have croft of Baynard Drive. With MIDSHIPMAN Epiphany PartyGray

feet long unusual was Mrs. Rycroffs team. Ladies at Mrs. and
six' daugh. Appointed to West Point by Epiphany ,were George Clark snail sass
rattlers generally seen ter, Mrs. Eugene Smith of As. School honored at Dr John Hogan board
the(i were a re members
loutheast..M bury Park, N. J. Mrs. White's Mrs. Craigo To Speak Here the former Sen. J. Allen Frear ception Friday at the Church' of Visiting Nurses Assn.; ...... o
Jr, (D.-Del), he was a cadet
If' -0- first visit to Florida and she lieutenant during his senior of the Epiphany hall by the Mrs. Samuel Kaplan representing 7 "SUIANC
., Mayo Weedon will ar- loved it, Mrs. Rycroft said from faculty and The Rt. Rev. Msgr. medical directors for
He was graduated
home Saturday from Vira -- On Alcoholism At Home ClubMrs. year Caeser Rodney High School in George Cummings, pastor. Visiting Nurses; Miss Eleanor

Intermont with her room. Mr and Mrs. C. D Phillipsof Dover, Del. in 1959. Red Cross awards were presented Goerl, public health nurse; )

e. Miss Karen Simmons of Country Club Way have returned Lillian R. Craigo, clini- of Alcohol Studies and Mississippi i Midshipman Pasch enteredthe by Miss Tona Ozuro- Mrs. Lillian Williams, secretary GUY
sport, Tenn., Mrs. Delbert home after a visit to I cal social worker with Sara- Summer School of AlcoholS Naval Academy on a congressional ich, outgoing chairman, to of the local office of the
i don, Mayo'i mother says. Dayton Ohio. The Phillips iota County Health Dept., will tudie.. appointment and Mesdames L. R. Allard, James Sarasota County Health Dept.,
Is most pleased Fox, Clarence Haley A J. and Mrs Edith Egglefield, director -
to ,
Weedon came Venice in 1964 from speak on "Alcoholism" at the A West Virginian, she received was sworn in as a midshipman
having seen Mayo since Dayton He Is retired from ,Venice Area Home Demonstration her education at Morris in July 1960. He was McCarthy, E. J Moloney, Elizabeth of Nokomis Elementary

stmas vacation. General Motors there i Club meeting June 4 at 10 Harvey College in Charleston, graduated from Detroit Lakes Caldwell, Joseph Gerard School.
-0- -0- 'a.m. at the community room of her .S. in education I and social (Minn) Community High Ray Murphy, Paul H. Pal. lI
t l de'ightful! cocktail partyn This weekend Is the big one First Federal Savings and : k at Marshall University :: i School, In 1960. meter, R. D. Peterson, Louis VYC Plans Outdoor Nee.9Y
by the E. C. Petersonsav for Miss Claire Suter who is Loan Assn. In Huntington and her mas I While at the Academy, he Prost, H. A Umstead George
Key Friday at Venice graduating from Virginia In. Special guests Invited for her ter's degree in psychiatric participated in intramuralcross Wheeler and Charles Wolf Party On FridayThe

it t C'ub'' the friends of their term rot in Bristol. We haven't ,lecture are members of Venice social work at Florida State country, fieldball, volley Appreciation gifts were presented first in a aeries of informal INSOTAhtf
and daughter-in-law, Col.! heard yet what her future City Council, District 2 justice University. ball and was a member of the to the Gray Ladies by evening gettogethersfor Ml AUTO. LIFE t FIRE

Mrs. William F. Peterson, plans are but hope to do so of the peace and constable, Newman and German clubs. I the faculty.A adult members of Venice
She interned at Florida State G. McPherson
e able to greet and visit soon. members of the clergy, school program of music was pre- Yacht Club is scheduled for tomorrow Hugh
in Chattahoochee and
couple. Col.! Peterson, .. counselors Parent Teacher Hospital serrated by the students under
the ,
.0- Mrs. Hauser Is at the club'f pool
Child Guidance Clinic in St. the direction of Sister M 253 S. Tamiami Trail
,aft at Andrews Assn. officials and members of
surgeon The Fred Mays and the L. B. took patio.
Petersburg. She also
m. and Mrs. Peterson stop- Longs have been entertaining the City Police Dept. training in special education, Cecilian HostessMrs. Helen[ OSB, school principal.Joseph The snack bar will open at 8 Ph. 488-6547
Gerard, graphoanalyst
enroute to their Wash. Stan Bennett of Venice Camera II
by Mr and Mrs. Roy Mackleanand with handicapped p.m. and refreshments will be
in, D. C home base after Mr and Mrs. Walter For Shop will show the film George Hauser of Ven entertained with analysis of available. passes
medical convention which children( and adults, at Spring ice By Way will be hostess to II handwriting and gave a short
"Challenge" Mrs. Craigo
ding a maz, both couples from De field (Mass) College!! children. Members wishing to have STATE FARM
talk retarded
',!Iam!. troit. Their first visit in eight will use In conjunction with her the Cecillan Music Society, a ,, on dinner )in the dining room before Iniunnct Compmtes
-0- years and there were all sorts talk. Work with alcoholic patientsand federated club, at the June 4 At the refreshment table a the party should make Horn*ortloMt Btoomtoflon ttttnoli
;making of service prson-' of indoor and outdoor luncheonand Mrs Craigo has worked in their families is one of the meeting at her home at 10 a,m. II Red Cross theme was used and reservations at the club.
Adm. (Ret.) Everett dinner parties. Sarasota County since 1959. primary functions of the coun- She will be assisted by Mrs. miniature Gray Ladies centerpieces ;' -- -- ---
mental health and Charles Coxwell and Mrs. D. decorated each t table -
-vs left Wednesday for Prior to that she was employed ty program
-0- director involves direct counseling and C. Gordon. Mrs. J. 1. Detchemendy, in-
jburg. W. Va., to pick up as clinic by Flor.
Slighter, Patricia, and is Diana Walker and Nelle ida Alcoholic Rehabilitation consultant work with nursespertaining The program win be In I coming chairman, was in d Fred Astaireis
gums on to their former Davis are off on June 8 for an Center in Pensacola. She has to alcoholism and I charge of Mrs. John J. Mead charge

sin Elkins, W. Va. for the interesting summer. They will attended Yale Summer School mental illness. ows. Among the honored guests of
happy to announce that M
work as waitresses at Scott's -=
etime mer, He in September.expects to return Hotel, Oquaga Lake, N. Y. until today, MAY 25 K hit Sarasota

August when they will return Dane Studio w4l conduct
-God -
to get ready to depart
more service: Mrs. WilT again for college Mrs. Harold r ttt a Dancing Instruction

F Pence (wife of Lt. Col. Beaudtae, Diana's grandmother PRIVATE GROUP CUSSES
re) and young son, Tom "" I
is driving the two girls up t4c IN
/nave Just returned to theire in her recently acquiredcamper" I
in Buffalo after a visit and the three are VENICEAT
Col and Mrs. William R. anticipating much fun enroute
vc of Baycrest Drive. Lt. with stops in Washington, D. A(1( THE

Pence is connected with C. and New York City Mr BYRONDANCE
Beaudme will Join them thereIn

ace Church: Plans August, if plans stay the
same, for the return trip. STUDIOSUMMER
cnic For Tuesday -0- ,_

family picnic for memof Joseph GeorgiannI of Tampa SESSIONS WILL LAST THRU OCTOBER ,
Grace Methodist who drove the mail truck
'ch is being sponsored by between Tampa and Venice for 1
Woimn'f Society of Chris. 14 years and is wellacquaintedIn INTRODUCTORY OFFER
Service Tuesday at 12:30at : the area, sends a message 14 4 : Jts.; .. '1 14 r 8 Private and
Venice Beach. that he'd love to hear from Venetians $32.001 I

embers are asked to bring He is and has been 1. ,- .x : .,. .. .. ". 4 Group Lessons .,_.._.......
veered dish and table serv- quite ill His address is 2711 --- Miss Eleanor Gore, school public health nurse, and C. N. ; :
for their party. North "B" St., Tampa 9, Fla. NOKOMIS SCHOOL invited area citizens who contributed to (Cap) Stevens. Members of the Nokomis faculty policy plan. IN VENICE Every Monday & Thursday from 12.30 'til 9 .
its endoftheyearparty
of the school during 1964-65 to
the success Call Writ.
left to right, Ron. nttig committee were Mrs. Eleanor Harms, Mrs. Barbara or
Monday, Among those present were,
ald Britton, county school board member; Mrs Dons Angel, Needleman and Mrs. Angel. BYRON DANCE STUDIO

I fourth grade teacher; Mrs. Tyler Carpenter, PTA president; 3l6'/2' W- Venice) Are. j I

I Nokomis School Contributors Laurel Acres Assn. I.las Picnic Sunday II ORSARASOTA FRED ASTAIRE STUDIO
SALE Laurel Acres Civic Assn ;vail, Mrs. William Drown and 1233 Gulfitream Ave. Phone 958.6675

I, members and their familieswill I Mrs. Robert Schott. !
of have their annual picnic
selected group Honored At Special MeetThe
Sunday at 1 p.m. at the homeof
Mrs. Charles Hupe on Lake
DRESSESGREATLY principal and faculty ot devotion to the safety of the View Drive, Laurel.A t

Nokomis School honored the I school children. The lunchroomstaff potluck lunch win be servo r
members of the communitywho managed by Mrs. Thelma askedto
ed. Members are being
at contributed their time and Curry, and the school maintenance
bring a meat dish and eith FOR THE FINEST
employees, headed by
talents to the goals of the er a vegetable or dessert
REDUCED PRICESFor school at an informal evening Mr. Charles Leedham were Drinks will be furnished by
meeting in the Nokomis School commended for their work. the committee, Oscar Lund
vacations, traveling cocktails Library on Monday.The Mrs. John L. Croft and her

NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS program was presented assistants at Laurel for Kinder their Garden Club Meets
ALL thanked
as a "Stockholders' Meeting, volunteer garten work in preparing Venice-Nokomls Garden Club AND FRIENDLIEST SERVICE!

TWO DAYS ONLYTHURSDAY and a report on the tangibleand for the first will close its year's program
FRID..yMAY intangible assets acquiredby with a picnic and swim partyat
the school and the progressmade grade. Nokomis Beach on Thursday
28 MAY 29 in the past year was given Mrs. Myrtle Hill represented morning.
consulting teachers at Nokomis
by faculty members and Members desiring( transportation
School, and room mothers
9 to 5 will meet at Sarasota
tjn. p-m.
Sarasota C0un-
Ronald of the various classes were Federal Savings and Loan

ty School Board member. also honored Assn. parking lot at 10 a.m.

THE RESORT SHOP Miss Eleanor Goerl, school Refreshments were served by Members are asked to bring

nurse, made a brief report on the faculty. their own picnic lunches.

205 W. Venice Ave.VENICE the work done by her office

and Mrs. Edith Egglcfield

i I by stressed the Gray the contributions Ladies. made .0. /lP'IE ff I

o Captain Stevens and his staff WITHIIMNEIIA I

received recognition for their

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I : Venice East News Dennett Explains I Venice (Gardens Newt,

87 SALLY STVBBS Industrial PhotosThe the The Venice schedule Gardens of activities Recreation at nalnde of the 1rttk! Inc1

A Michigan visitor at the plan to visit family
1'0. They 30 Thursday
Center through May runs .
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and friends who certainly will use of Industrial photography the gamut from civic meetingsto bridge and cacaste ., I

Morgan at 217 Venice East be surprised to set Ida Saba in solving research and card clubs and dances, with clUb,
Blvd. It Mrs. Lois Dodge, The tint driving the car and listenIng production problems was the hall booked every day. Friday 7;jtt p.
late Mr. Dodge and Mr Morgan to her mastering of the !graphically illustrated Thurs dancing, everyone J iinty\
were classmatee at Mlchl! English language She has been day to members of the Venice- A swimming program con.
Ban State University and the taking night coupes In English Nokomis Rotary Club by R. ducted by Venice arts teacher High SchoolIndustrial Bill Ice High School- 1:30: p.1I\\, 9

two families! have kept a con i here and her husband has Stanley Bennett of the Venice ell dance StUdent
Sheridan Drive,
j slant friendship line* then. taught her to drive the car Camera Shop. Blewett, 826
is in full swing again
also once
-0- The relatives they will visit Using a 4S-mInute: color movie following a period of inactivity .
The Frank Caverly. arrivedat are a brother Mr. Geasare Bennett showed his fellow the winter month Senior
their cummer home in Sa Sabatinl In Chicago, a son, Rotarians that industrial photography during Citiien M

lem N. H., last week Frank Tony Angelo Sabatinl Jr. In by uncommon as The swim classes. are held June' business
wrote Scott Olesen the temper. North La Porte, m., a daughter well as conventional photo from t to 7 p m. Monday Venice Area m:e
ature Mrs. Rae Aihmore, in -; can not only through Friday I at the Recreation Senior
was 28 degrees on arrival graphic means, I will be on
day. Scott checked the temperature Wheaton, III, another daughter save time and money but often Center pool. The program I p.m at Venice Wednesda 111:
here for that day and Mrs Tonlo Rotolo in Chicago makes possible recordings, has been going on since last All senior Civic tlllllr
la writing him that we were in and a brother-in-law "r 50T analysis, reporting and produc. fall, but was halted for a few ed cltlzelll are-' Iii
INDIANAPOLIS the cold weath
reverse. It was 82 here Mr Ciancanelll La Porte. ..i: tion which cannot be achievedin months during
j -()- other er.
, I'o- any way.
t'; Mr, and Mrs. Jack Moore of The "breaker Inner. at the n ; a J- 1 Examples from 18 organizations Approximately 80 youngsters
106 Venice East Blvd. left Mon. Venice East administration were shown in the movie. between the ages of 13 and Qualify
building Friday night must These included engineering, development 16 years have taken part in the
day ra an extended eastern tl i Aluminum
t trip. They will make various have really been bold ones. \ : and manufacturinguses program consisting mainly of AWning!
In how to swim and
stops on the way and then will Anyone who has passed the .. .. 1 ranging from recording a instruction 40% OFFINSTALLEDCARNEY
visit in Pittsburg with Mrs building> at night knows It Is'' nuclear event with a lifetime of survival deep water. )

Moore's brother, Dr. James lit up like a Christmas tree I "j' -':...'. 11''OII.. less than one millionth of a Blewett said he also Is tryingto
Frady. Not only are" the lights on in. .,. : _- 1 second, through the study of arouse an interest in competitive .

aide but a large pole light I.in is f :+;:: wliYw: -' gas flow inside an internal swimming and diving
front' and the fountain en- -- combustion engine In map. Bob Johnson, a student at Venice Aluminum Product
The John J. Bernzott's of 113 trance has six lighted sprays RECEIVES CAR-Mr, and Mrs. Bill Phillips headquarters at Dearborn, Mich rhllllps received making, prospecting for oil, High School and a licensed !
Club Lane arrival are anxiously of hat run continuously I of Venice are handed the keys to a Ford the CUT for recent sales achievement X-raying airplane structures lifeguard, Is the diving instruc I Mile North 01 Nolan\
Bemzott'i awaiting the Mrs. Margaret Mrs. In spite of this or with the Mustang by Lee A. Iacocca, Ford Motor Co. During their two-day visit the Phillips visited md seeing!, a cake baked from tor. On US. 41
mother vice-president and Ford Division general the Dearborn assembly plant, Greenfield Village PHONE
the inside. of the
R. Herr. Mrs. Herr )is lid I of tame the building was The schedule events at 48J-I5M!
coming from Freport, Long 1 broken Into and $50 in cash wag manager, during a recent visit to companyiB and Museum.Visiting The film also showed how Recreation Center for the re-

Island, New York, and plans"" 1 taken from the secretary's of- photography can be put to
en extended visIt. The most an. 1 ice. According to the report work producing manuals and

nous ones are the two grandchildren given I by the Investigating of- Nurse fee increased training aids, printed circuits,
Kim and Kevin. When j rIcer from the sheriffs office and non-perspective drawings
questioned what they were go 1 they obtained entrance by of three-dimension drawing
q 1 pinch bars to open a window models.
ing to do when Grandma cam sing The board of directors of the that the cost of a home VNA and that we are now forced to Ir
<< in one of the offices The
said he roller skates
they "Oh Sarasota raise it to We of
this Visiting Nurse Assn visit in 1963 was $7.10. Faced $100. are,
t fingerprints indicate waste
and take walks and jumps
las voted unanimously to raise with this fact, he said the VNA course, a nonprofit organization .
of adults and of
t: work none
rope with us Mrs. Herr must furnishings the fee for a visit by the VNA board had no alternative but But we try to operate In Publix Wins
be SOME t he expensive were
grandma. t aken.: The footprints around nurse to a patient's home to to increase its fee, to bring it as businesslike a way as the
-0- the looked like track $5, effective August 1. For the more in line with the actual nature of our work permits"
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Sabatinl t building a
past> four this fee has cost of service.
1 will be closing their house at t team: hid been out on practice years Awards
been $3.50.Accordinl "This said Nalven,
114 Sandhurst Drive this week I but the Inhabitants of the little ARCONDIT4O
to Robert M Nal. "was initiated by Richard
for a month's visit in the Chicago village slept peacefully through
Miss FloridaContest
area This will be the first I t all and the breakin was not von, VNA president, a study ofthe Veldhouse, M D., county health McCell's Magazine and the
cost of nursing service by officer and was produced by .
time the Sabatmis have returned discovered<< until Mr Frank Super Market Institute recent.Iv
to their former home since I Doherty opened the office the the Public Health nurses in the our VNA executive director, announced the winners In
Sarasota County Health De- Miss Lottie Oliver, who is also
they moved here two allowing t morning Date the 15th Annual Advertising
years partment, with which the VNA Director of Public Health Nursing Awards Competition held last
". -- :\ works i closely through the Com in the County Health Department month in Chicago

I lining Nursing Service pioneer.ed The method used for Markets headquartered
Publix Super -
NATIONAL Is June 21-27
in Sarasota County, reveals determining cost was devised in Lakeland, receivd .
by Dr. Marion Ferguson of the
a total of three Certificates
United States Public Health I Thirty-one talented Florida of Merit for outstanding supermarket
Realtor Week Service, has been approved by 1963. ,
beauties with an eye to higher advertising during I
that Service and the Nation.
by education are entered in the The three Publix awards (out 3V4your
al League for Nursing, end has Miss Florida Pageant to be of a possible six categories)

ANOTHER &4TH HA been adopted by the Florida held In Sarasota June 21-27 were won in ((1)) Best Store Image -
MAY MAY FOR COMPANY. v 1 State Board of Health. Both category, (2)) Best MeatAdvertisement whole house
24 THRU 30 the method and the findingsare The 31 girls, each with special
AND PEACE authoritative" talents in music, dancing, category, and

"Move Up To More In '64 A Better WITHIN THE Nalven emphasized that the art, drama or culture, will! participate ((3)) Best Plentiful Food cateory. tm noEnnsBBC mnp
The Publix advertising
Home Thru A Realtor" FAMILYri VNA fee never had covered the at Municipal in a six-day Auditorium competition In! department la headed by R. with dwMuIifmmtmm ;
full cost of the nurse's visit,
Villlam (Bill) Schroter, Director -
round-the-clock effort to become
and that it waived in a
was part mmSSStfmSmmmSiS .
the 1964 Miss Florida of Advertising .i
if the
or entirely patient was
Symbol ofSuperior who will to the Miss America The winning advertisements
found to be unable to He go
!i : stated the deficit was financed pay. Pageant at Atlantic City, were selected from 1550 new for less than the
ISFWY paper ads representing more
partly by taxes and partly by September 713. .
nation's leadng
than 8,000 of the I
Servicein L.Y.uW 1. contributions from the United The Miss Florida crown units
markets Including of
super cost room
Appeal, of which the VNA is a means more" than $10,000 to the Super Market Institute memo
1 member agency girl who wears it until the 1963
bel" stores from all over the
"It is to minimize the bur. Pageant. Prizes and gifts In. .
world. All entries were ''ud,
den both the and clude a $1,000 Scholarship, the
Real Estate on taxpayer criteria
ed the following :
on the voluntary contributor to use of a new automobile, a $500 Originality and creativity, AIRITE ENGINEERING ING
wardrobe and other awards.
the United Appeal, he said quality of headline and copy,
j jJ "that we charge a fee at all, Personal appearances could excellence of layout and typography -
amount to as much as $100 a
and general appearance Heating Air ConditioningSales
j1 Pts.rs..ar-aala---a-asarsr7 day
,: I SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET ABOUT I II The girls have to fill all requirements end readability. Service Engineering

by Miss America income In 1963 was

:, [ Sparkling J standards in their own home $463 billion, $20.9 billion above 500 Bate Ave. Venice Ph. 4818JJ%!!
town pageants, such as the one
the Finance
; 962, publication,
to be sponsored by the Venice
V Facto, reports.
J -/Tf
I : r: : / : Jaycees on July 4 when Miss -- --
O Venice will be chosen for next

'1'! : I I II year's Miss Florida pageant. I

.::.: f I FLORIDA.AND ITS I Only five nations Japan, ,

: I a 8S..cI.1 0..100; l twmniw a.1.I/.d(.miljf H..I r.,..I' s .&. Norway, Russia, Great Britain BE COMFORTABLE
t O *Witld fi M whilt(millwf t' I and the Netherlands regularly
.:: i .
: ,t I e aYl\ N tt p/l r b by pl M send out large whaling

1 1 : I ua SSB SB! Cttmratir Clwmfcw" C.mMrM, ClMrwctv, FltcM' alai ar expeditions in the Antarctic.

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II I : !, for a young man

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:! : with aFUTURE

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J I of the



'a t i Robert S. Baynard

i Finn W. Caspersen

i dl Earl D. Edge

t tvi" Francis L. Evans
Ii John Elkins Fraser
; [ Ira J. Glockner
I 1 r. ;; 1 Gilbert deB. Hunt
I Howard P. Horn IT8 r ,

Charles C. Johnson i.

Call or visit your air conditioner 'dealer,
I t ff i Frederick Koerug have him check home and get an
I. hl/ John E. McLaury your
estimate of the cost then stop at the

I'' Myron M. McGlynn for the Graduate a choose from our fine VENICE.NOKOMIS BANK and see how

e I if. Walter L Miles
fast you can get your moaey!II
O Frances E. Murphy

I q Byron M. Markle e Suits Slacks Sport Coats I

.1 Shirts Toiletries Jewelry -
Ruth L.
( ;..! May
All Men's Accessories
('t1 Robert P. Merrill

.: J I Kermit L. Micklethwait ? ( : VENICENOKOMISBANK *
; I ,i i Frank C. Raeburn glen's chtWf

I L 'J! Martin S. Stancik 225 W. Venice Ave. @ ,

I t I. !, 'f William P. Toole f

C Phone 488.1620 VENICE, FLORIDA
i; Hays Watlington
f "Sorcsofo County's Oldest/ Bcni"PAGE


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THURSDAY. MAY 28, 1964

(s N Girls;:;Janet BlackburnJones Auxiliary Queens Crowned I .-Gourmets EatJambalaya ---'- HAV annual BirthdayThe birthday lunch.-

I R. be-, a Bob t eon of the Venice Hospital Aux.
",d Sharon' WIghtman By illary Volunteer will be heldat
''II .ned Girls Aux.It.Jr'. the Venice Yacht Club on

at a LiRht of the June 11.
*JP (coronation service Sun. ? Chef JohnsonA A social hour will begin at
( f I noon and luncheon will be served .
e' '':ng at First Baptist b
'J 1 of Venice f i ,1N' at 1 pm.Tickets .
1 Venice resident who lived
h c will be on sale i in the
4nk Mrs .
Ii A Director Geor cod part of his 1 life in Louisa
of the Venice Hospital on
ded and opened the lobby
c tre treated the 50 Gourmet
: from 9 until noon.
Monday am.
i with an explanatIOn Club' members and guests to
Deadline for securing reservations
j "s Ye ir the one hung .PU MJ..lssippi River !Jambalaya at
6 Mrs. Alexander
Is June
fiftieth unniv .
i "rear" the s Wednesday
philadelphia Tnenm 1 1nv Hooker of Venice and Mrs
t'he j : a i' { George Grassle] of Casey Key
-r; on of Baptists in North -T
Homer Johnson, the chef du 1AH are in charge of tickets,
11'' Jour, Is a native Texan but lie The HAV executive board
SV'I"f the year Is the ed from his teens to maturityIn
in the com.
will meet Monday
or", Bell and a lightedrch
New Orleans. He came hereIn
of the Sarasota
; chosen by the girls as munity room
1062 and with him he broughta
and Loan
b ,. of the coronation Federal Savings
e me tame for and recipes of sev
,-r' _'J GA colors of green oral! New Orleans dishes 1. AssnSwimlno'To.
.a: d white were used inns i'1 .. --
With the Jambalaya he nerved 4i. r
r 'tw
( Creole sour sweet string
Fist itep In progression to .
beans, French bread and Val. ,1ie'
i.i selection ns maid..nd w
ten lev Melon a la mode 11- ,. we' o/
nI, the Woman's Missionary The dinner was held in the ory.at,, Water
'nion presented these girls in Gourmet Room of Myakka t a.. .
-- -- - --- -
Ml step: Misses Carol Walk. Lanes, Col. James Kalec, executive AT
Serl Wallace
t., Nancy Neely chef, supervised and CHEF DU JOUR HOMER JOHNSON of the Gourmet Club
McKee, Carla Wallace
Tenet Tliarp Mrs Jack Dr Tommy Thomas and Van treated members to !Jambalaya at the group'i dinner last Warm Mineral
sod Carter assisted Kalec and the week at the Gourmet Room of Myakka Lanes, He is shown
)tlxak ;Ucnson, GA counselor maidens, gave { chef du jour. doing his kitchen work, just before the meal was served.
to the at- Springs
jl'e charge George Hough supervised ,
-- ------ --- --
$yr each girl gave a part ofte FOUR GIRLS AUXILIARY QUEENS were left to right, Miss Sharon Wightman t table setting. Galveston hurricane which de. firm he remained for 34 years.
requirement for the step crowned at First Baptist Church of Venice MIchael Johns, Rebecca Roberts and M Guests. in addition to the utroyed their home When The Johnsons have two sons \ 12 Miles South of Vtmce
Next step is ladiea-In-wsit. coronation services Sunday evening at the Roberts, Janet Blackburn and Jeffrey -----1 wives of members, were Mr. Johnson was quite young, his I and 1ft grandchildren On US 41 .
rf, snd Mrs Madge Ander church Shown with their pages, they are, burn and Carolyn Jones and Johnny and Mrs. N J. Dorbes, Mr and father died and he was broughtup
m, GA counselor, gave this.:I Mrs W S, Rinehart, Dr. and by his mother and an uncle. -iC-iC 'Y'iC '* tF #" of *
harge to Misses Kathy Liber Miss Linda Henderson, having chairman of the reviewing their mothers who each gave Mrs Harn Mogford and Wil He was educated at Rugby Military .
o Annlck Metcalfe and Harony I completed the requirements for counsel. Linda pointed out on the charge to her own daugh lIam Band. Academy and Tulane VENICE MOVIE LOG
Harden. this step, was given the I world '
step a map every countrythat I ter. He left the end of I
After the college at
dinner President
Is Princess and
I Third step charge by Mrs R. R. Lloyd. is served, by Southern Bap- .
his second and took various
Bill Court year
I Ushers for the evening were & presented an executive -
fiat .
miaslonarnes.The chef jobs rigger, TRt'Rd.-Pat. UT. DRIVE.IN THEATRE
hat to CoKalec\ ai a seaman
former GA
queens and their pages Queens Margaret and a chef du jour hat to Johnson painter store manager and 'ROll! at'ROA WITH LOVa: FAInT .nd RATI'ROA" "
i Junior Section Entertained (crown bearers) came down Taylor, Betty Taylor, Debbie driller before entering the turn .. Coft.r: : 'WHO'S MryDIrO HN Jerrf I THE rl.nORE'
I i the aisle as Mrs Douglas Roberts and Carolyn Taylor. Historian Normand Patton her business at the time of hismarriage hws Eon/ THE RA'ERP"Itk .

By 44-Member School Chorus Arnall, organist, played "Come Mrs Edna Taylor, GA counselor cad a resume of the Johnson In 1926 I Kirk Ooutl.
Thou Almighty King" Each SUNDAY TRRU WEDNESDAY: at'NDAY.na MONnoY"THE
I story
I Ij was in charge of rehearsal His mill was destroyed by :
.M MMlu..n
queen carried a bouquet of yellow I Johnson was born In Jewett, I'INK I'ANTHFR" 'h.I'i: :;: ;j'R NR'TE; RAIN".ua
j i Members, prospective mem man of the Junior Section, pre. I and white chrysanthemums and prompting, Mrs. Byron Tex and as a youth lived in fire and he returned to the oil .. -
bees and guests of the Junior sented the chorus with a check Johns and Mn Edward Jonr industry a laboratory tester I Mlls P.w tYI. 11rw
and was gowned in a long Galveston until the family went as AI Bl.r Cut : _
of Venice Nokomis to be used in
&o>ctlO defraying. chorus i white dress. Mrs Ike Roberts were In charge of decorations I t n New O'leans after the 1915 with Shell Oil Co with which'
Romans Club were entertain. expenses
made the corsages for the .,, ,. _. ,, ._ _
the Venice High School -- -- ---- -- = & --------- -
id I by The refreshment table car. .girls: counselors and for the =---t____ wurrrf ;
[Chorus" at a program at the ned out a .green and gold color qutens bouquets
'ub building on North Har scheme. It covered with
was a I Pages were Jeffrey Black

I If f Drive Approximately the chorus on,Monday under 44 the members evening direc. flanked green cloth by of yellow and yellow held taper flo an can.ers arrangement burn Queen burn: for Carolyn Johnny Queen Junes Janet Connell; M Black ihael for First Mobi.ebme\ Park In City Of Venice Now Open!

pan of Mr Harold Fultz, pre. dies l
I Roberts fur Queen Rebecca
tented. a varied selection of
Inimical numbers. Hostesses! for the evening Roberts and Michael Johns

| Soloists were Marcia Baird, were Mrs. David 1 Edge Mrs for Queen Sharon Wightman JL

If tgj Sauerwine and Roy Ber Glenn Stephens, Mrs wlI'ht I After the queen recited
)Hines and Mrs Robert M !scripture quotations from

iJSMm) Robert Hardee, Chair Jones memory they were crowned by C
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Rental lots available now in



Truly Luxurious Living at a Minimum Cost I




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t : a -a'!\ ,o.,.. "., t.r YEARLY RATES SWIMMING POOL

dced': The Rev. M H. Meyer:
RAVING COMPLETED TWO YEARS of in.I'ructions by the pastor,
B five members of Lakeside The new members and the pastor, are, left to FREE 10' X 30' CEMENT PATIO ,
BLutheran Church confirmed Sunday at right MIss Kare Tischler, Miss Carol Kong, r .-.' lttenSllARlt'H' at
were "" '
|the 10,30 a.m. service at the church They The Rev Mr Meyer, Harvey Rohlwmg Jr. + v 6f
sere examined on Friday by the church eld MIss Constance Perkins and Mesa Sandy rJtV
trl, and the confirmation service was con Temple, 5 y a .. i"r i r

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a Phone 488.6118 488.4408 1 i

A Message to the HI Maar

1964 GRADUATES 'from Mailing Address: a d 1 J I, sa


Day will be s momentous occasion; In the I lien ef more than 1200 Ridgewood Ave., Venice. Fla. LW"'IC&.". CAST
their home and they will become a" intergr.1
This i. CATS
I I50 of the .r.a' people
young r's civic leaders the backbone or com.
are tomolro+ ;
part or our community. They

munity ,rowtK. ih congratulations to these young FINEST IN THE AREA!
Th. First. National l Bank or Venice; offers "FIRST IN THE CITY
congratulations, we offer them our services" r
men .nd women. But even more within A
in mat-tail our .cop.
through counseling, I aid and any with ., where
nsncL '. We !Invite you to whit. u., to bank ,
the FULL community a7S ."t* of our personal l int.r..t Service"
C PAYNE, Pr. ..oW, I


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!! dairy specials ,

Moiol ,."'...t c... Oil h
iMAGIC Margarine . 2 ,Ln rM.: 73c ,
...4.... flak, lurforlioro
Rolls . . 2''M 49c .r '
WlotoMiii Chooio lor Ili-Iy lucid
o tl Swiss Cheese *,k V:: 33c t
Milo WIWM.li. Moo-In ALChdd.r
Longhorn Cheese l:.i": 49c .

M...... DolkloM touch. Onion u ,kW __k
ORCLE Clam Dip . 2 '.? 49c 1gU
>< D Swift'. Brookfield H f aButter

j j lb. 69c .



' .':a


frorcit foods

.. .
M*. Mild Pint or Roo
: I II Lemonade . 2'''f2:;;"' 49c HAMS

H"'K'' Ch.ry-D..I.
Coffee Cake *;:;i.: 69c

fLAVORS ,.,. H..... Applo, ...d., OiorryFruit
-- ... AliO RnD.r L..'C ol.COL. Pies . 3 "T $1 I.
:' ; R.ula' .A'.. /wNllud'1. / Speckled' .
IY 10 pp Butter Beans '&;;*, 49c
With Onioni, Plcliwoot lb.
tt Green Peas 4 pkg.I/
11..... s ... ..
M A R K t: T S SoulklonJ Cukk Froion'
call Sprouts 2 :Ji.:: 49c

k1M116tkUSE Gorton'i Quick ProtonHaddock Fillet. JJ k 59c plus 100 utro free Jhtf G,*.. Stamp. with coupon

: Mn. '.ul'. Emily Pak
; ,o FREE Deviled Crab. ''f1';!. 99c Strift'p Jomlnot Broad SlicedBorden's

: J Green Stamps 1.lb'39c
.ubean>>o>4 fwdiow oh

fioolno .t., MSca IN/1 Beef Liver . . . . :: 49' '
win As.'t, Flavors
AU GRINDS CopiUnd'f Stick Style
; 7 IOO .r'lEA IOO I Ice MUk I, H. G.29c' MAXWIU HOUSE BraunschwcigcrT.ra.w'i u.' 39'rrr i it

''t t Jil Green.,. .Stamps........ ... 1 F.M..skin.. Cook'' ... COFFEE Wholo>H.j !
1 "! -: I SWIFTPREMIUMROTEN rA Hydrox CookiesCo ?.? u.pk.. 49- Bag Sausage . . . Z 5T.m.w j
ccl k-0ut with AluminumReynold's if lib '
/ %? p Cooked! or eked
Wrap lSN 33- can 59 sue' _
S OOOOOOQOOOOOOooocS Fla..r Your Cook-On* With rail Sliced Ham . . Fk,: 59 11
t Ac'cent ? .. . ..4 :" 89- Promlum Ubol I SltsloSoolodSwift's

:" .1 IOO EXTRA,FREE I00 Seri Paper Mold Comportment Plates, Styli 12Kt. 29- PURCHASES UMIT1 PER OF CUSTOMER MOO WITH Franks . . 2 !. 98'

.i rOil Green Stamps! Hot Doj. Homburgor, Swoot' " .(
I X*til ./wda .,: I Swift' Premium froTtil Froth
J 7 .HALO H"R.; SPRAT, Heinz Relishes ,:r 27
.: 14 RES 01 till OR I $1 EXTRA.HOLD I 1.09(p'ul t.Kl) Plui( 50 tilro itompi with ..ape./) Ground Beef . 3 u.. $129
I, r.:;:, imoino NM oiw w IM4I r= (flat. 100 ..w.rw J.vllt."" 1rAk: .......1)
O ooooooooooooooooc

JI l %:. SO UUV f7 EXTRA FREE D\1\SO Tangs Heinz (limit 2)y 1 ,

r, .Ail Green... ._ Stamps! Tomato Ketchup I4c.19c
,0\1\ \ I. .dF.Aw.11 ; . SIRLOIN
Rich 'n Flavorful
I\,; :, SooooooooooooooooouEJ Juice 0 0 6.r' 25c TOP ROUND
: B llu. Ribbon. Irond" Toity

P 'I 1 Ii. 50me,1, l Am50 Purple Plums 0 0 *i'? 29c SWIFT'S PREMIUM STEAKS PRICES IFFICTIYCTHUU'

1 r; ** J"1 Green...'I., _..Stamps......._... ; H.IIMo",,'. Blue Ribbon PROTEN SAT,.FRI.
f i POLISH SAUSACI Mayonnaise I r . 4".rt lor 49 GOY'T.INSP. VIA MAY
Ib. 69c
MW M IOMI oooB HEAVY 31.39-.0
.1 S'Joo' o
H d BEER Premium BrindiMilltr. pic. 12 01. un $1 25 WESTERN
EXTRA ( ., Budwoltor, Schilh) Gorton BEEF
.' 50 UVU FREE.50

: fi;; J.,1( Green Stamps. BEER Popular '''n4. pk. 120.. $1.05 l
i I'I. I COOK Mi1u..QVICK; -.FROZEN' CUIIB.kd.k I' (Butch, Old MilwouUo, Pest) Cen", Ct". Limit 1n Ctrlloma With /IKhepep.. .f IS .r ntlnl
.' j i.-, OR PEPPIR STEAK 49
''I j, ;i 20-t. .*.,.-pkg.... M 99c IOM) MIMIOW r D Giant Fab pk4.
1 ;: : 000000000000000000 CARTON $2.63 DelUloui, HeokhM Udy Betty

I 50 W1l"" ""SO D Prune Juice 3 1 t cart. $1.

,;j\1 ;:. J;"/ Green stamp Flavorful Ffl-P Conned.
l I
j I 4IC QI 0J OW M*Of ; cfoicit proclticc InticTond.r
I ,/f r', 1.if :: IING'tl FROZEN :IREADED FAMILY. SHRIMP PACK : D Fruit Cocktail I *<3.0,3 19
1.J 1'/4.lb. pkg. $1.19/
I*>p"rM Mt-4 May .atK/l Family Fororiro-Yon C.mp
D Pork & Beans *J.a0: 10
;j : AO/
4 1 !50mIXTRA 'SO Sweet Corn m ears .
; C Swift'l All-Purpou (limit 1)a )

I. : I\ Jil/ Green Stamps! Jewel Oil 24oibof. 19'a
I I' 1I t;i": I wt I ;:i'WHir'I Owl Florid. Vine Ripened .
i f I (reg. prizeTomatoes) lb. 19c WHERE SHOPPING ISA PLEASURE
: r, Eho 'Q "O O .

Venice Shopping Center
i !50mIF lEA 050 "i1X

"i'i/(I' Jil 1 f Green, .Stamps Lettuce . 2 hdS. 29 C 't Store Hours:
VI**0 MWOM 4 f*4>*I*Of ;
I I HEINZ HOT DO9 TWEET A A K K Tr Mon. FrL 830 9 00
I 1 I 1101. jar, 27e !
: I I .. IrM 'U.A' S Celery stalk ea. 5c Sal 8:307:00: :

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:: MAY 20, 1964





.,' ;. '... ." a VENICE GONDOLIER

"'Jl I'1'Jn! I *

VIM......... ...., Mouses
RATES I For Sole Business Personals Household Goods ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.

2 BEDROOM TYPEWRITERS N.I Bate i Coctrill Streets Noose. 48-4W
1 bath home on and Adding LAWSON STYLE D I V A
Charge Rata, bvtfc Tfnirtdey Lyon, Bay Road DkOmj". Machines (mechanically op. Gold. Not worn. Quality fabric. JAMES T. BLALOCK .--- -
end Monday Edition 19.800. Phone 408-2778. orated) Chemically cleaned Call 488-4152. AGENCY, INC.
like new. Just $12.50 plus parts

SUO 12,895 It requirxJ. Ail makes Venice Pianos_ n&uranctPHONE

For a fine home in Venice Gar. Stationers 488-6111. 211 W. Venice Ave. Steinway Knabe Everett

((12 word mlnimwn' ) dens' 2 'large bedrooms, 1H George Steck Winter Cable Estobfi.Aec"z'

Additional Words, e.Ji 6c pains, den, screened porch, PAINTING, Exterior and In. Nelson Fayette S. Cable __Pr I 243 W. VENICE AVE.
large utility room. Carport etc. terior. Estimates and references Hallett It Davis VENICE FLORIDA

CASH rata, both TW Uy Large. corner lot In good locaHon. cheerfully given by experienced Miuetta Players Select end Consult an Independent REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT

ad Monday Edlti_ Terms 380 HiUview Rd, painter. Call Elliott, Pianola Players 488-4891 (Iniurence Agent at you
Phone 4882884.ATTRACTIVE 488-4086. -ore.n_ would your Doctor or Lawyer

$1.40Tt Allen Lowrey Duplex in wonderful location. Small
Dressmaking alterations COMPLETE
HOME in nice draperies SELECTION OF
( word minimum" ) section of Venice. Two bedrooms ete. reasonable 1881130SHEPARD REBUILT RECONDITIONEDAND
A-dWonel Wads, Mch So two baths, screened: FULLY GUARANTEED WOLFER MOTORS Inc. down payment with good terms on

porch and carport 1001 Noko- ra .w PIANOS AND ORGANS RAMBLER DODGE
rv AM* Ai-Ca. ITT. l"> atMah mla Aye., So.. Venice 14000. FROM $12."Florida's : PIS S. Tamiemt Trail 488.3965-488.6150 balance. For further informationcall
..... .
*wn to of U .w Low down "
_. payment No closing Largest Music Co.
rC. M
for aook MM WtaartloB -MUIhg. ..... a costs. Call 483.8701. CANNON MUSIC CO. SPECIALIST IN. 488.6413 or 4881196.COmpare.
Mil ... w o"< .>. O.ad.H. P.O. 1301 1st St., EQUIPMENT
!.. ,.rise r" mM.. Y" ar.ln.a.1ASSIFIED GOLDEN BEACH 1003 N. Washington Blvd. Opp. Florida Theatre Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
new gylf Sarasota Front End Alignment Oil
Open Thurs. & Fri til 9 p.m. Change
DISPLAY Two bedroom, two baths. call Ph. 958.101:? Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beams

One Edition pe* Inch $3.00 30 foot Florida roomon ELLIOTT PAULfor Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs

left EdWont.' per Inch $3.50 112 ft. corner lot. Boats For Sale Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard

5I$ GULF STREETS BOOT TBUSSIS Radio Repair Tranimiiilon Repair
I AD eb md .dt payable In CLOSE-OUT SALE
Alum. Window ft Doors. 1163 Model Aireonditioninq Repair and 'InttallationKING'S
ecfy._ MCpt .r..blidled!
BEDROOM Contract Roofing ft Painting NEW 16' G\88\ par Tacoma 200
frame Corner
.ccelsl.tll. lot, city water and sewer Phone 488.2132 Venice Equip includes 40 hp. Evrd. !
Lark Selective shift & Gen.,
Walk to school and store.
CANCELLATION er Convertible I top, lights TABLEFOR ,
30 per cent below cost! Call RUBBER STAMPS mad to or. running i
ADJUSTMENT 488.1510 after 4 or weekends der. Overnight service Office battery 4 life cushions, Anchor FINE FOODS Get the best car rental deal fromECDNOCAR
Request for cancellation.. personal, pocket or stock. & 100 ft. of line, whistle,

or djintawnf b e e U.* of 4R8-1432 fire ext., Ex. gas tank, paddle.All Served Daily 6 ..m. to 8 pjn ... ,...
b. RentalsLOW new, ready to go, only ..
errer mast mad. for Served From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. "

TWi.y Gondolier BEFOREi Misc. For Sale 14' Sandusky$1,595 57 Moulded Plywood Breakfast ;; ,

i''''. .. Monday. For Mon SUMMER RATES. Spa. .
18 hp. Jnsn., 14' Murry from 40c -
hi Gondolier BEFORE 5p.M. clous, cool one-bedroom and GOLF Matched set Tr., Very clean $425.IS' r the only difference Is the low price

on Tnwtd y.PHONE. efficiencies. Worthington Apt. Women's Kroydon's 1 2 3 Glasstron '60 fiberglass, 40 Lunch -
f Across from Venice woods, 2-4-5-7-9-10 Irons, Nylon Offers MORE Costs LESS
Shopping hp. Jnsn. IS' tilt Tr., Nicely from 65c you you
Center. Phone 488-8522 4882418. bag, Aluminum Caddy Cart, equipped $825 V'

I 488-3125 $45.excellent 468-2882.condition. Sacrifice, 18 Chris Craft '56, 30 hp. Evrd. Dinner FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40*

elee. start. 18' Seminole tilt Tr. from 95c Delivery Credit cards honored
3 BEDROOM HOUSE, air con HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, a nice roomy fishing boat. $375. '
ditioned and furnished in very reasonable. Also cemetery HANSEN CHRIS CRAFT TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL Safety Seat-Belts By the hour, day,

Real Estate Venice, $110< ) per month. Writeor lot in Sarasota Memorial SALES, Inc.. 2 Blocks N. of Venive Ave., Rt. 41 Ph. 488.6330 Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month!
phone Earl Bond WA8-4.181, Park Phone 4B8-5SM, Albert 1201 North Tamlaml Trail,
Rt. 3, Box 584X, Arcadia, Fla., Kettler in So. Venice. Sarasota Phone 958.5515

SUBURBAN ESTATES AVAILABLE and give references.JUNE 1st. Comer I Male Help Wanted FOR enjovable GRADUATION summer, 8 into ft. to an 12 automatic Drive our New shift 9 9

ft. sail boats. From $125 to
store South of Early Wynn. FORMER MARINES, receive $398. Laurel 2-door VALIANTS.Also $3
Boat Co. 305 E.
Apply in rear, house with car fou ((4) days pay each month ANNOUNCEMENTFrank
HlgKetf County Zoning port. For one week-end drill. Regular Venice Ave., Phone 4885572.! other fine :.s wKaSaCHRYSLER
credits toward retirement, ,.. ...
Legal C. Raeburn Realtoris -
SINGLE ROOMS, furnished plus the added earning powerof at slightly higher rates.

I t t. i Acrt Platted P.rcelsROADS $30 monthly, $10 weekly. 904 two weeks summer camp In IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF T"FTWFIPTH pleased to announce
California in August. Call 836-
Armada Rd. So.
1911. Tampa for details!! IN AND' FOR IN CHANCERY IARAHOTACOUNTY. the addition to his staff JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO

S . t'VRfirnldirf. Help
UTILITIES ALREADY lolxrtM PrI.07. t rtlHnn for Adoption '!Po. 1TBIO
INSTALLED AIR CONDITIONED One bed wants live-wire licensed real Te I......... Parna, 0......., New GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVenice

room Apartment. For sum estate salesman. Reply I. C., Tog cat Webr notified th.t a petition PATSY HUTCHISON CenterCALL
Box 746, Venice. h.. ..... fll.4. In the above .tried court Shopping
ATTRACTIVE PRICES, mer or yearly. Adults. At 251 for ..deptd BONNIE Sim: BLOOD-
and that nqulnd to
Associate Chips Johnson 21 ..... a eopr of pour rm. an...... at ohJertlona RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
Real Estate. 308 W. Venice th..... upon. attorney. for Pe-
MARRIEDSOBER t1t1..... William H. SlocVh.m. Ion I I Worlds fntMtinminc ear....... .)*. easMHMI
Carefully" '' planned restrictions Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 4882279. Hlllvlrw, Street. EaranMm, Flwld..ndfit. I iiiiioioo ii
the otlrln.l In th. .fir. of th.T -
to Interested in securing a per .. b.lon .
-- ---- --
protect your Investment rl""k of CI..lt Cart o.
CHEERFUL COZY APART manent job? Some basic carpentry ... >th. IBM. falllnawhich a D.._

MISSION VALLEY MENTS. Suitable for retirees. experience necessary pra and Confeuw aal4 raaM will.hall enured..roeeed...M.1..part.Yot Ton.. DISTInCTIVE LARGER
In town. Year around or Good opportunity for advancement .r. her br .......... to band

ESTATES winter season Armada Apti., Apply in person of..n..lam.. ..ra. A...n.. mnrt 1564 at m t th.M IMIi a-m dar to Real I Estate Corner I
408 Armada Rd.ATTRACTIVE only between 9.00 and 12:00. ihow ea... why and, petition for adoption tDi
Uurol Ro.d East MODULE INC.. ehonld not ba iranted.WITNESS .
.., hand and iat of aaldeonrt
Ph. Vtntc. 488-3858 EFFICIENCY South end of Rialto, ,In Banuota, Florida, thla Majr I.

Apartment. Heated pool. Air Venice Airport. I"W.. A. WYNNE.
conditioned. W. Venice Ave. Clark of Circuit/ Court.
Acreage For Sale WANTED IMMEDIATELY, II, W K. Crtm.n
Week, month or yearly. CI.,1e.Publl.h .
very reasonable during summer Man or Woman to supply Mar Deputy r. is. It. It IH4IM EXCLUSIVEON Five Choice Lots In
customers with Rawleigh Products
ACREAGE FOR SALE months 488-3681
in part Sarasota Countyor [ THIS COUNTY JUDQE'B COURT South Venice
2-bath with nice R.R. IN VENICELot
$ ,
900 bedroom
Ft. Venice Ave. Frontage "ero Beach. Can earn $50 IN ANII FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, ,
Also the FLORIDA, IN PROBATS Corner of Shamrock Boulevard
Acre\ Tracts.Low 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on ,
weekly part time $100 and up IN KB FJTATE OF 19 and 20, Block 202
Down Payment water. Nicely furnished and full time. Write Rawleigh, DANIEL V. MAHONEY D-. screened porch. Wonderful loca and Linden R ad. High"
488-2872 clean. Air conditioner carport FA E 563 338 Memphis, Tenn. NOTICE: Tn Pmb.t.('IDITOII8 1"11. N. 7811 KERMIT L. end dry.
screen porch. Will rent short TO AU CREDITORS: AND PFR8ONS! tion. Small: down payment. Easy
Lots For Sale term or yearly. NPC 488-3681. GIRL FRIDAY Typing, HAVING DEMANDS AGAINST SAID MICKLETHWAITREALTOR $1,750.00Martin
I shorthand, insurance real :Ya an kerehr Mtlflrf and rewired. terms. For information call
estate experience helpful. Reply to fll.,, anr elalra or demand which ron S.

LOT Acres, 100x150 ft. Nokomis 4885853. ON PRIVATE the Bay ESTATE at Osprey Ove"'llooking J, C., P. O. Box 748, Venice mar. MAHONEY.have ..ln.t D.th....Kelata.... Its of DANIELV. of SaraoU 488-6413 or 4834196INTERESTED 801 I Laguna Drive REALTOR
on canal. Ph. Countr. Florida, /In the offle. dHow
20 minutes to central Sarasota. JOHN T. GRAHAM. SaraaotaCountr 488.4621 T.I.481-5443
furnished or unfur. Judd. fa. th. Countr CourtHooee
TrviCB!: RRSinRNCt fOTSVINIfB Apartment, -
Wanted ..,_ ellralradar
: Business' SITES bedrooms, at Florida
CALL: LOU JACOBS. S-WT nished. Two large montka from the .... 011>.
tile bathroom, Kitchenette, tint publlc.Ho.I af thle Notice.
YOUNG MEN. fulfill military Each alalm demand rust .b. Ill
stove your or
ELK INLET Large Living Room gas .. .
Seiwalled private with six stone, and In duplicate ahall .t. o.pre.
boat bisini. E L. Kilton, and furnace, TV. Annual basis obligation only of reildene. and poet office ads CUSTOM BUILT!
month. Quiet, no months active duty. Return dre of the Claimant! ahall ba awornla
Biyshor. Drive. Nokomis.Houses only, $100 per .
br IL. Claimant tie .t or hlaattornert ?
local Marina bedrooms
service with
lawn to mow Frigidaire. Ph. for your ahall be aceompanM. brII Bay Front Home Boat Dock 2 large large
SEAMAN, 966.2825.TRAILVIEW Reserve unit. can 838-1911, .71 fill* fee. and on, awh alalm, I living room with fireplace large screened porch rem
For Sale Tampa, for details. .Th.r demand n U.. not fee .aa..,filed... ahall added be to sold th.emwint W'mmersReatorREAL rral heat cypress panelling built-in stove refrigerator -
APT. for rent by of ..... and claim' fo,... mar H. N. Drapes and rods.terms.
laid -
OWNER Leaving Stati. 2 bedroom 1n1963 a cable was .be obulned" from the Countr Jndre. '
masonry, 114 bath, ce-: year. Completely furnished. stretching 3,400 miles from *""*.' I ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Automotic heat and air con- LOUISA P. VAHONET.aa available .
the United
ramie til* bath & kitchen, England to Eanotri.' of the Eatat*
lUinlesi steel oven It sink, ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. first direct telephone of Daniel V. Mahoner, Agent for Western Union Telegraph

copper plumbing, cedar closet Tampa St., close to stores. wire between the two coun IILAIR Oeceued.AND DEAN> Monday thru kiddy 9 to S; Saturday to I FRANK C. RAEBURN

*, plastered walls, carport Tel. 4881321. tries. The cable carries 128 Its P." O.N.Hot.....1171 CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

weaned porch, automatic gas telephone messages simultaneously Vwte. Florida.Publlahl .
best, city water, citrus It shade LARGE FURNISHED Also 2 single and 3 Mar K. II, W. June 4. 1M4 HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600 488-2649

tre* other shrubs. Lot 81x115.::\ room apartments. .

111,000; $3,000 down, balance rooms.rates.Very Weekly reasonable, monthly summer GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
elll be cent.
financed 8
at per
beach and 1111111111111111111111I111I11111I1MODEL
Ctn yearly. Walk to 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
be had furnished very wel
*'.onabl,.. House In A-1 con shopping. Vacationers SALE!
.. add Rd., HOME FOR
I dition. 805 Cypress Venice come. 504 and 518\ "n Member Chamber of Commerce IN BEAUTIFUL VENETIAN GARDENSNEAR
So. After 5\ p.m. call 474-2589. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Including carpeting and draperies
CBS 2 BEDROOMS, Florida ,
Beach MODERN, alrconditloned Heating and Air Conditioning Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof
room, tile bath Golden
Action, 828 Roberti St. stores available in South Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas Furnished 2 Bedrooms Bath Living Room Kitchen 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Ovenite Garage

Venice Shopping Center. For Dining Ar*.. $8,500.00 with 10% down. Balance low monthly Immediate 17500.
Heaters Occupancy
H BDR. VCNiri AMAIN. Information call( 4885858. Ranges Water
I a*. fektrkui fHrur Barf>lnn payment. TERMS, NO CLOSING COSTS
1I' CALU UW JACOBS. 4M-1MT Fret Estimate -

U J MOHAWK BR.. >furnished.! RD. So. Venice Newly, utilities.cottage Phone, $65 488-4927 month or 263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 488.2271 J GULF REALTY O. Box 1357 Phone Evening

painted In out :214 corner plus Venice, Fla. 488.3562
488-8474. PH. 488-6738 216 S. TRAIl VENICE
kU 17.75000. m adjoining 11111111111111111111111I11111111I11I11I11I11I11I111111111I 11I11I11I1111I11I111I111I11I1111I
1 eta BuereBuereau I INSTALL -
*" & C. (Chip)
C. screened porch, un-
Johnson Ira J. Glockner\ : tit carport Nov. ,25th. Dell Goodhart. .; y/EATHERTRON/ !!! .

Mytln! S. StancOt.BEDROOMS Padua Court. Rt. 2. Nokomis. I
l established home in VenIce Mobile HomesGOOD 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, Screened
Garden $15.500. $:,500 Porch, attached carport, Oil I LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD LIVED IN 3 MONTHS

gyu Phone 488-4 rT. __ FURNISHED TRAIL Q heat AvailableFor 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Central Heating Air Condition

8x33 ft. For sale cheap. 105 Eat Aurora I ing Terrazzo Throughout Screened Perch Enclosed
VENICE GARDENS. Large :2 Phone ER. Aflfl.3987.. HIATINOTTW $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED Your Garage Large Hiqh Dry Lot Walking Distance et
bedroom, I* baths, panelled I Shopping Center EXCELLENT LOCVION!
Florida Cathedral cellh : -
Lost H. N.
I : $16,200.

ABGAIM. diamond wedding ring CORP 221 W, Miami Av..
and Ph. I It'
2V4 baths Fl. Beach off pavilion. 928 Riviera St., Venice 488.386IURSDAY
Nokomis 488-5308
roAM, screened: porch. Near on Reward.. Contact: The GondolierNewspaper. 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fla 488-5359
the Gulf Must sell.! $15,000 1 for

tltic& Was, Pbow 4884431. .




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@In: Little League Farm System MARGE PALMER their teeth. and also need, ,

Last Sunday ended the pony be checked periodically to
Winners of the first hal, Merchants. He struck out six lead off the bottom of the seventh racing< at the Sarasota Fair -0- ,

championship In the Gulf Lit and did not issue a walk. The for the Bank. He went to grounds until September. Racing We entered
a Great
tie League Farm System are Lions got four hits off George second and third on wild pItch. .. 1 y.T will continue in Tampa un puppy In shows at D.D&nt

the White Sox with a record ol f, Yarhaus, a home run by Lester es and scored the winning run r Ibs 14.,. pI til the end of June and no Beach and Jacksonville S

I seven victories and three de Gentzler a double by Mike when Mark Koemg rapped out doubt some of our Venice rac- weekendand She took her lilt
his third hit of the
feta They edged the Pirates Young and singles by Larry game ing ponies will be put through went to the Reserve clap
homered for the
Shaver. Koenig twice W1.
last Wednesday 6-J, and then Burris and John their paces up there bring ner' bracket at
six Bank and Dennis Webrandonce Jacksonville
on Saturday whipped the Dod larhaus also registered Ing back ribbons and trophies She acted like a
He walked only for Nokomis Lions PUppy at Dap;
to take first tone and
gi.ra. 12-4. over -J -0- came In Second
place from the Yankees the one.Nokomis Senior Division : .? '1 we won't talk any
Lions built a Prior to the Manatee All. more about
leader since the start of theseason up Kiwanis and First National
whopping 13-0 lead over Ve.No Bank are still undefeated In Breed Show on June 13. handl- that.Muat
.half innings I ing classes will be conductedeach mention that the Pat
Bank after two and one senior division play. the second lane Great !
Manager of the winning team Danes did
Sunday beginning this 1W
only to see their opponents half got underway Saturday selves "
Is Art Tones rally for four runs in the Kiwanis beat Osprey 10-9 Sunday May 31. They will beheld proud. At both ,how, ,Ih,

t The Florida Power Si Light third and 10 more in the fourth in a slugfest and Sarasota Federal at the Kwlk Chek parkinglot of points were"won by "MI,s Mae
Co Kilowatts: remain i the onlyundefeated 9th Street south of Paldane the Bertof.
I The score was tied after four eked out a 1-0 victory over on just Brmd
, team In the Junior Nokomis the ball park In Bradenton. by Ch Vixon Apollo
complete innings as Venice Shopping Center in 01
Division with a 3-0 mark. They Lions: added one to their totalin games played Saturday On The classes will be held at .2 Paldane Both are owned Ik.
whipped Osprey Recreation fourth. and are free to all Sarasotans. A lovely] minUtur
the top of the Tuesday Kiwanis downed the p.m. persons
6-1 Friday and then came back The regulation nx innings Shoppers, by a 7 5 score and FOOTBALL FANS will get an opportunity to Coaching the Green team will be Bob Hed Interested in learninghow poodle took best in show n
Saturday to down a good Rot. ended with the score at 1414. First National copped a 9-7 decision see a preview of the 1964 Venice High School rick His. captain will be quarterback Ray to show their dog. Daytona
Cry team 63. Indians tomorrow night when the annual Joelson Jim Somers will\ coach the Whites have -0-
In the top of the seventh the Many people a good dog
Paul Taylor was the winning Lions loaded the bases with Richard over Osprey Blizzard was the Green.White game is held at 8 p.m. at the and co-captains will be tackle Bruce MacDonald and would like to show, but refrain Did You Know A mltUI1

pitcher in the game mamst only one out but failed to score winning pitcher in the Kiwanis VHS stadium. Aspirants for this falls team and Bob Somers Between 43 and SO from doing so because dog has 42 teeth also the
Osprey Recreation, and Dennis with candidates attended the four-day-a-week sessions horse The cat has
Fanning Scores win) over Osprey and Mike will end three weeks of spring practice they don't know the proper procedure only 30 and
Crawford hurled the victory Eddie Farming walked toThe Gerack notched the victoryover the intra.squad game being sponsored by the and all will be seeing action in the These classes help you the cow has 32 all lower

over Po Two''an '11- '* the Shoppers. Lettermen Club Admission will be 50 cents game, according to Head Coach Jim Powell. to learn the routine and give

Home Run Larry Wolfer won for the .,. .,. you a feeling of confidence. Citizens Band
Mark Ramlow] homered in awinning ClubThe
Standings Bank over Osprey but needed They are also excellent\ for

cause against Rotary FARM SYSTEM help in the seventh from Steve IN SOFTBALL ACTION young dogs as it gets them Venice Area CiUmi
white Gerald Perlick rapped a VHS Green.White
used to people other dogs and
for the losers (Final. rim. Hilf) Deans Band Club will\ hold its rejular
round tripper
L In the tight ShopperSarasotaFederal the confusion of the big shows monthly meeting
Greg Panton earnered a double "'II". __ 7 I 1 Monday June
and two slncles In four times V..k. no________._ I I I game, Bob Austin got 1st. Federal Bodager's Set Attend the handling classes and 1. in the community room ol
Grid Tilt
I a IPlr. have fun with dog
the win and Pat McDonald took your the First Federal
et bat to pare the eiiht hit Kilowatt ... ._.___ L 1 IDndget. mj
attack The only other .'.__.____ I' 1Ind I the: Ions Sarasota Federal scored -0- Loan Assn in Venice.
..". I I I the winning run in the bottom lineups for tomor. The
Starting Sarasota County had dog program rails for the
RotArY hits ide from Per a
a Nn.<., V.nk Ind.n run. shish Shop Center Are VictorsVenice
Hek i' homer were by Jeff .... Nln.d, ) ..... will not W r>-.rbr Bodacer And Mien Bates. a .1.i.. H not hen. a .bnr ni on t.h. by Bob Austin a base on balls ball game at Venice High troll officer whose function is bv.laws. Walter Hi
double and smile rel cti"ev.] rlnt-half wlnnirlIMpm to Dannv Jarvis. a single by Shopping Center got and loss in three games for the School as released by Head to pick up stray, unlicensed Manasota CR Club alas sIt,|

In other Saturdiy games Osprev L..1 111.......... Rrwlta." Robert Drawdy and a base on back on the winning track Rawles nine. Coach Jim Powell are as follows dogs. The county pays the Humane talk on 'The Phenomenal\
I. Yinktn 4Pndnn ali! Pat Duff. The walk to night in slow. Growth of
> to Tuesday pitch CB Clubs
: Society of Sarasota to In Arne
Recreation Vat the! Flks1V4 T I.d"a. t (list.) Gary Moser Jim Conkle
Whlu" ... i, Peals L Duff forced Austin in and ended softball action by defeating GRF.EIfI lII'RITJIIRTrnn take of the lea"
: Venice T Iron won overO.prey Tom Reiter, John Hunter Al care strays they
the awles' Live Ones IS.3. It was IAad..at L.: lu.k Harp- All
gameMcDonald area non member
Merchants bv a 4-1 a.t.rd.r'. R..I.I I Simmons Frank Meyer and Jim 2achar. L T Jet< nitorwooi bring in. If there Is a stray, CB
.... .. struck out 11 and the third win in four starts for
.core : and Vemcf, -!'.okomis Whto it Doane Paul Cotterman all collectedtwo Phil Yoi n.b.r. Lfl Bob HavMittvU unlicensed dog in your area, operators are invited to attend
Yinkaai I. P rataa IOipnr walked six in going the route the Shoppers and was the sec Tom MrIXinn.ll C Bill HIe.IIh.p as guests
Bank came from behind todc t. Indiana I ,torl.111Tonlhl' hits apiece in the Shopping La....... Ito Bob Honiara call the dog control office at
Nokomis Lkma,15.14 SdixlnklDodctra for the Shopping Center. Jarvis I Center 15.hit attack One of 1 m 1'....... R T Brer. MadVnaUK the county courthouse 955-3358.
and Austin combined to fan iRlnx RR: Gharfl.Hdes I
1 Jeff Sourbeer:: and ChuckFradv va Path, I ,.., and walk four. Both Conkle'. hits was a homer, the e.e I.....>... Q H ".... l>. (onTvrrv If you find a stray dog with a
each homered for the : only one of the Huklm I. H Sim Bradlcv license your veterinarian or !
SM.rdy'eh.d.l.r team. got only three hits Lake game.Top Don n..i....._ R K Paul I'ds G".COGO
Elks in losing cause against local police can the
t a I ranlm va Uodxara I a.ia. sun M rnn B Joka H.nna give you
1 Osprev Rec. Gordon Tison hit Indiana ... P ,.._ 11 a.nv apiece. hitter for Rawles was name and address of the own.
0..""* .., \\h... go in a.". at The Shopping Center took an Rusty Stahl with two-for three.
a four-bnjeer! for the winners. OapravWhit. er from the license number. An .
early 5-0 lead over Kiwanis In Venice In fast pitch action First
Barry Knott held Osprey All-Sports injured or sick animal will also
'Wdd.y'a. IIrh.od. ....... Tuesday'. only to see Kl Federal downed S h 1 11 i I INOW
I Merchant to two hits in the \ .... o. O.p...,. d ,... game r n g be picked up by the Humane
Venice! Vans win over the Sol ... Dadm. I 41 P mPtmM wants rally for two runs in the Plumbing (-1, and Bodager Banquet Society of Sarasota!
<.. Yanks. 1 W ... third and five in the fifth to LeaguesTHE Painting beat Englewood Bait I
.. -0-
All t VmeiJINIOR
take the 7-S decision House 9-5 CancelledThe THRUS
YOURCAR : DIVISION Richard Ronwing] started on Household sprays, garden AUGUST 6
: W L CBL the mound for the Kiwanis but STANDINGS I Two-nitter All-Sports Banquet sprays and fertilizer are all a
Florida Pawn A Lwht 1 source of danger to A 8:10R :
O.prvy RAcraauna ._ IV 1 1 was relieved by Gerack in the LADIES) Lefty Clyde Shattuck had a scheduled for tonight to hon- your pets
.n.c. Koury 0.__ I 1 I fourth. The Shoppers garneredsix W I. PI. one.hit shutout going for First or all\ varsity athletes at Be very careful when using MATINEES 2:00: P.M.
n V MI.c. Uon. ._ I 1 1 hits off the combined offerings "........Rofcmami _.__.._ e 0 IH.rk.H.HNdIn Federal until scored Venice tilth School has them so that there is no chanceof WEDNESDAY FRIDAYs
\'.-Nokoml, Sink __ 1 I I _.__. I 1 I7ehn.nn.MOppn Shirting A
-b'l'-' \...,.. Klh. .. _..1 I Iamoe Three of these were rack "_- __. I 1 4 I their lone tally in the final inning been cancelled because of any contact by pets. Even AND SATURDAY
Mowh.na ._.__ I I I ed up by shortstop Jim Kulakowskl Amill._ ..._____. I 1 4Mnh.aHuf.ed lark of public Interest the fallout from household
when Ron Brobst drove
.... .. .
/>ookoa... ... I aThsdu' ..___.. f I 1 can make an animal
Rill, Phillips A football banquet Is held spray O DAILY
B".al-R.I.h.roI ___ .1 I 4O'ahauehnwynatty Claude Galvin home with a single -
R..i.l, _. each to honor those very sick. and could even result -
Going the route for Shopping 1 I 1 Galvin walked and reached year
A rubber firm has developed Vm,. aet.y II. Vole Elki L Johnson He C.neOe..naliy. _.. 1 t I participating In the grid in his death. When sprayIng T DOUBLE
I Center Ron
was ___ second on a passed ball
a scarp: 'J1"" that can be folded Y.n-M.-Pherron, I f I
I Friday lUulut gave up eight hits, two piece w..n.lI..flh _..-1 f 1 to Brobst hit sport but athletes In basket with either fertilizer or Insecticides A
and stored I In vour glove compartment prior
Y"'rido rower A Light OipnrKaa I 1.2 I
d Intended for 1. by Rohlwing and catcher Ran. H.rmao.N.Veaokao 1 a a ball, baseball track and be sure your pet is I j
I I emergency 0...""T MarchanU t. V.-No Bank .. dy Willis. Second baseman (MEN'8 LEAGIE) Tom Rohmann and George golf are not recognized with In the house and away from J K :
use it looks mote like V...... Luna It, Noaomia, Lon a Ruth paced the winning attack the area until the has RACES
Gordon Struble and Willis. had W L PI. surh an affair spray
an inner tube than a tire. It :3al.rdar. .. RwilUUtpnr doubles for Kiwanis as did Ter. M.rt 'b.Mutphp ..._ ..._ I 0FdewPnndw with two-for.three and two-for- The Venice Lions Club I settled and the fertilizer well N
will run 500 miles at moderate ..._..__ _.. 1 4etnl. QUINIELAS
Roe II, V n ea Elk. 4 Rohmann watered In. Never leave
speeds Inflates with "flat fix Vmln Lkini 4, 0.,"" M..h.... 1.V..a ranee Brnnnon for the Shoppers ..rateam ......_.__.1 0 f four, respectively, gave up the annual football a
Bank li Kukon.a Uona 14. Rohm.nndwdta. ..__...__.. I .0 f blasted a home run into deep banquet In favor of an AH spray can or fertilizer container N EACH iiZ
inc type compressed air can. 1'PlL ., Vmiea Hourr .. 1.W..b"'p" _'_.1 f centerfield In the fourth inningfor without thoroughly washing
In most states the first In the nightcap Tuesday, H. 8m h.Thomaa __.I Sports event in an effort torecognise E RACE
vehicle behind 'ooloo..J..looa I.. __. 1 1 the lone round.tripper of them.
Frod., SclndiihiUiprar First National fell by a all athletes, but
intersection ._ __ .
to enter an Rnh.roI.Oehft1loOl. 1 f I
II...".." ... Xnkomia. Llona, first but the contest. -0- L
2-0 score in the Inning, Jhn.-H.ndi.v __.1 1 had to cancel the affair LADIES ADMITTED
has of .
the When two .
right .
: way. t at UiprqtOipny
> .. went ahead 5 2 In the third. Osprey Hwm.mm.I.eboe.. ._ 1 1 when It became evident this Check your dog's teeth once
vehicles enter at the same Kacraatuin va V.o" Rotary BrUIDa.Knott ,_._ ..1 1 1 Shirlmg will meet the Bait FREE THURSDAYS
o p...... at Vcaica.Ffu tied it up in the fifth and ......t'arlwin ____ 1 1 House tonight at Englewood In week that except for the Invited in a while for the accumulationof C
time the one on the right .. ..
proceeds n. v." uka, I at Van then the Bank nine went ahead G.l'da..l.uko .. _....._.1 1 1etoughton.H.lw guests attendance tartar especially on the CENTRAL
the the left 7 30 tilt. Action here tonightwill
one on .,_ 1 1 f a : L
I ields again by an 8-5 score in the Kopl.P.tt,1Pft .,__"_,'. 1 1 fPanride.Jumawn pit Bodager against First would be at a bare mini. large back teeth. Tartar can CONDITIONING
} .... .
.d. Okdui.a ._ _. U
0 0 1Prorlm.8nu cause loosening of teeth decay
,;: Iii be o\erworried about b.no. L..... m. V..I. JIoto... 1p bottom of the same frame. __ 0 1 1w'.tt.m.EeOk.on Federal at 8:30: p.m. Both are mum. VALET PARKING
carburetor. .m.r et \......, The Bankers added a singleton .._..__. 1 1 1 fast pitch Less than 50 tickets were and gum trouble It can be B
your car Many ape.l..rrhyta ... FPaU 1pm.at in the sixth while Ospreyot Srntt-l\toneh.! I I gamesIn sold outside the sponsoringclub scraped off and thus help to BRADENTON ROAD
carburetor. will\ work efficiently UiprerNokomii ...__ f I
... ... sixth and R.h.rd.B..hop slow pitch Rawles and eliminate the loss of teeth
for 100.000 mile. Uon. Vnk EI. ; one run in the H.-Cour. ___ I Iwy.Gooiei BETWEEN 41.301
nearly p m. at v...... another in the seventh I I Babe s meet tonight at 7 p,m. Cats also can have trouble with
without cleaning Don't over V.-Mo Hank ... 0.pro a..., I a...,
a. Vmea o ____-- ,-- .,-- _.. -- -,
\ haul carburetor -
your unless ---

your mileage drops your engine SENIOR DIVISION

j sputters, 'tall, or runs excessively (_ft. Half)
W L CBLKlwanli
rough .._._ t I -
Touith' trucks A by.word I.' Na tonal Bank __. 1 I 1O.p.

with Ford With men who use ...r Sh"pp n( Cantn ... I 0 1. I fVNY. VALUE SPREE !

J trurks evcrv day as moneymaking .Saturday KaulUt "

machines the word is K..10 10. (Jo,. ..
I' Ford. Ston in at B'LL PHILLIPS 11.Yodoroi J I. Ih"ppl.1 Cstar a

FORD here in Venice T........ Raialta
when you're loo'tmp' for a new K''...... T. Shopping OnUr tIII
truck from "ir-'w" to over N.'loaolj..k t. spry ISanirdari :' +;"

the road d;esds. You'll like T..hl', &I'd.kt L

I ,,' Ford Trucks, and you'11 like hhpptn'.18 ,p..<._. ... .. Lt Nulaml. Bank, NEW CENTURY :

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