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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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:Summer'5 H2re Booster Plans






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1 Three South County elemen- teacher at Venice Elementary I I / die zx.I Shaping UpI

Venice EngleLod and Richard Lewis William r
try schools: !! ,
and Osprey will offer Blewitt, and Lorraine Johnson,
Srnmer recreation programs all teachers at Venice Junior

uig the upcoming school High I

l',:j'n Instructing specialized courses -: I A group organizing the which has been chartered by tation In every South County
Director of the enrichment at Venice, along with sev- ] fDuth County Committee of 100 the secretary of state, has for I Community, including: Venice,
it gram at Venice Elementary eral other county schools, will Inc. will meet Tuesday to its aims the orderly planning Englewood North Port Charlotte

1 be Ronald Mitchell, a fifth be Glenn! Tucker of Sarasota .I draw up temporary by-laws and economic development of Nokomis, Laurel, Ospreyand
,de tI acher there. He will be Junior High, science; Ward and decide upon procedures to the whole South County area. South Venice.

Red by seven other teachers, Wright of Venice Junior High. make the committee an active, A spokesman said that in Upon completion of its organizational
|Jr full"time and three initrjcting mathematics and Donald Goss working organization order to achieve its goals the plans, the committee
specialized courses of Venice Junior High, music The non-profit organization committee will seek represen- will announce details of its
The recreation ------ broad
JMtime.Ful summer program program
-time assistants will bejfceph will continue for six Many leaders representing,

Duell, sixth gradel' (Continued on page 2)y""kILLIAHTKLU.LY ) Whoooeee every phase of activity in the
-;-- -- ;;;- M ti Pig area have commended the idea
and have expressed interest( in
becoming members. A meet-
ing of all these will be called

,,., n" ..r pho10 br aL ,iL? I"i, Wild Porker RoundupFor within the next two or three
weeks Those interesting in obtaining
MEMORIAL DAY, 1964 Residents of four here) was typical of observances in thousands additional preliminary
South County communities paid tribute to the of cormmn.l es throughout the United
sit information may do so by
as v nation's war dead at Memorial Day services States as follow Americans took time off July 4th Doin'sIf writing Committee of 100, Box
on Saturday. The service at Veterans Memorial from their dally tusks to honor those fallen 877, Venice.

Park in downtown Venice (pictured In battle. you see some wild shoats all expense paid trip to the Interim( officers are George

'Ii 1oI. VII :':'..... ', If'" 1iIt..r _-. f. >>. r''d_ r running around between now New York World's Fair for M. Edmondson. oresident of
4L and July 4 don't shoot take two; first runnerup, a trip for Edmondson Co., president
out after them. two to Nassau and second William R. Llttrell executive
WITH THE GREATEST OF EASE I As part of their big fourth of runnerup, a weekend on Lido vice-president of Littrell Con

July celebration, Venice Jaycees Beach for two crete Co., vice-president; J,
are putting on their first Each Miss Venice contestantwill Howard Vaughn president,

Venetian Son Flies pig roundup for the day's barbecue : also receive a free balking Venlce-Nokomis Bank, secretary
suit from leall's Department ; and George E. Young-

Foreman and chief hog hunt. Store and two free beau- berg chairman of the boardof

er will be Wild Bill" Sullivan I ty treatments at Anne-K Beau- First National Bank of Venice
By DOROTHY GAYNOR t Robert almost brought th' other training classes are underway Sarasota County Animal Control (Continued on Page 2) treasurer
l 1 jl first training group to Venice. so there should be fur
I Officer, and his pack of
Just about any evening( Mrs. Here last Christmas with his their relief soon. hog-dogs

J. LLBOY: NELSON' Robert F. Courter Sr of 221 wife, son Daniel, 9, and daughter Aim of the experimental program Leading the roundup will be

Firenze St. is likely to call to Deborah, 12, he atterrptedto is eventual single-person. Dr. luther Luck, Jaycee past- Had Your W-2
with RmplingBros transportation. Currently, under
her husband, "Here comes negotiate president Pageant Director
and Balle Army contract the company ; I
Bobby again. and Barnum ; Bob Knuckles and Jaycee
enice Gardens And there he Is, floating for use of their building at is attempting! to developa David Farley

about on the TV screen in the Venice Airport for a Jinuary belt that will let a man stay J. L Robinson, Venice fire- Form Cashed Yet?

I Superman outfit h> flys aroundin February training course. aloft for 10 minutes and travelat man has offered his ranch tohonRe
four times a day at the New There were no hangar "acihties a speed up to 60 miles an the pigs until the fourth, .
available the senior Couriers 1 Lour. It should carry a man
He
York World's Fair.
appearsduring where they are to be fattened Justice of the Peace E. S. resident, not a lawyer, and
.Adds Staffers the finale of icon Leon- said, and when ncp(,tiationi* 10 to 12 mIles.
for the feast I served without It designed
Idoff "Wonderworld" extravaganza fell through Courter took his A "pure" rocket with the Raymond told the Rotary Club pay. was -
at the Fair's amphither- students to Bartow. flyer's head as the "nose cone"' G H. "Sar e" Williamson, Thursday that more than $10- he explained, to settle

t director lumber and home Improvementfields oter. He has been flying the rocket the aim i Is more than feasible and his staff of cook-out 000 hi bad checks were recovered neighbor disputes and petty
jft new recreation have in Sioux City as manager An old hand at the Superman belt at World's Fair since the At present Coulter slipson wranglers, will be the chuck- through the efforts of his thefts and was strictly an honorary

Id i new sales manager of the home service department bit, 38-year-old Robert Jr opening, having arrived bach his 125 lb. "belt" which has wagon master serving the wild court during the past year in office.
lied the staff at Venice Gar- His applies to
jurisdiction
Lunv tanks. pi- barbecue special the Venice area
peroxide
of the Schoeneman has been test engineer for two from a Hawaiian domonstra two hydrogen
ITJ, according to an an- ber Co. He also was active In and group captain of the lion the day before. Since thenit holding the propellent fuel, on The Beautv Pageant is now Raymond said that might misdemeanors and he can fine
Mcement by VG president church affairs and in the Ma- Bell years Aerosystems (Niagara has been a gruelling pace. his back, slips his arms open for contestants and en- seem an unusually h I III hamount persons found guilty up to $100or r
fn A. Porte. shoulder blanks be picked but one is left to won- three months in jail as well ,
order at Sioux City and Falls, N Y.) rocket belt team but his first partner in duel through the padded trance can up .
if ew director of the Venice sonic served as master of the Tyrlan since the initial flight in the flight 19-yeor-old Peter Ked- rings, stops up his ears andhe's at the Venice GONDOLIER der it wasn't even larger considering as to replevin rents and property
dens Recreation Center is Venice Hieh School the fact that some actions up to $100 in pen
off WAMR
in 1951. last lierskl will him as soon
Lodge 508, F4AM, floating corset took place join I
.\'ear-old William (Bill) Kel- also served as president as his college classes end. Too, (Continued on Page 2)) Sarasota Herald Tribune, First people cashed such worthless alties and judgments He also
Nelson July
Washington, D. C., nativei of the Sioux City Kiwanis Federal Savings & Loan Assn., paper as interest earned has the power to dismiss cases
( i a graduate of Florida in 1955. He is married,, Anne-K Beauty Shoppe, Dr. notices and W-2 tax forms. (Contlnnrd on prge t)
t I them University with a de- Club children and lives at : Luther Luck's office In the Raymond warned against
t physical education has three Sarasota Venice Shopping Center and cashing post-dated checks asa
,'>cwt named sales manager 2304 Goldenrod St., I and from Lauden Pitts at Sor bad check charge can not be

he Venice, Gardens Buildingis recto Shores for northern area made on such checks. Courtesy

J. LeRoy Nelson, who residents Describing the JP court as
-iie to Florida in 1956 from Presto! The contest will be run under Just one facet of the U. S Judicial
*'ux C :tV. Iowa, and has been the Miss America rules and system, Raymond said Phone Clinic

PM. ittd since 1957 with sev.p I regulations All girls betweenthe the court originated in England I
"I\ ir ijor real estate and The Lilies ages of 17 and 25 before where it was called "the poor

'TIebuldl: g firms in Sarasota Sept. 1, 1964, are eligible man's court. In that countrythe I Aids MannersA
'mtr Miss Venice will receive an office was held by a village

In Recreation Since '57 Are GildedSome special hour-long Tele-
r11V7 graduate of FSU, Kelly -
phone Courtesy Clinic will be
h i been employed since people don't take kind- Building Pace conducted Friday June 9, in
ftt Tie in the recreation Venice under the auspices of
d he ly to suggestion
F flowing graduation di- That doesn't apply, however,, the General Telephone Co.
i nictpul recreation
forwardlookingcity Richard M Fletcher com.
Venice's
,T m two and one-half years and and they the phone company, said Mrs.
to them SteadyBuilding
at advice along Stays
h"M similar positions
(Well Carol Bower, public relations
away. 'I
*'e Reach Lakeland and in heed It right ;4 s
when it comes to e representative for General Tel-
sometimes,
.ie C:untyey returnto prettying/ things up). construction in the added to the business economyof I ephone at Tampa, will have
only recently charge of the clinic
Take the dayhlies at the Ven. City of Venice continued at a the area
F" '',>rlda from the nation's"tol
ice Area Chamber of Com- steady clip in May, althoughthe The Venice figures for the The hour-lone session titled
did graduate "
where he for InstanceGONDOLIER $99864 In permits issued first five months totals $!,- "The Voice of Your Business,
sir In journalism and public merce will begin at 10 In the
Editor a.m.
-
women's record 468,574 compared to $275,812
fell far short of April
>' m at American Un Ivers- Dorothy Gaynor commented $243,124.An for the same period in 1963 and community room of the First
3o-
He was employed while di- in her 'Jottings" column analysis of the May fig $307,298 in 1962 Federal Savings and LoanAssociation's
the as
work
araduate at last Thursday on the beautiful E51''e ures show that not a single Building permits Issued by Venice branch
Club
lor of the Boys' north E. Cur- All business subscribers are In.
of blooms at the permit was issued last monthfor Building Inspector Guy
display
1 I wn N. Y. vited to attend to ;
i l\ Marine, with side of the chamber headouartrl a commercial or municipal wood for May Included: according
Corps veteran planted there by the Men's building but did Include a totalof William Granger, residence, Fletcher
years service KellPV serv9v $84900 $14.500Rmglmg. Fletcher said Mrs. Bower
Club six homes totaling
'seas with the 2nd Mae Gcrden noted however, that I It The balance of the May total Bros Circus, shed, has given hundreds of tele
Pacific She
Division in the phone talks and demonstrations
cut
If someone of 12 permits for 2700.
made
nice
IIrve would be was up
'otor during World War which spoiledthe l alterations and additions Paul E Cockrill, residence, through General of Flor-
new Venice Gardens rec- the high grass $12,000. ida's six-county operating area

,.tion director Is married to ofrlh This view.is to report that "some mounting Permits for to $14,969 kix residences in Wallace Hastily, residence, In the past three years.
former Enid Stewart high! The firm's commercial manager
Indeed, cut the the of those Issuedin $15,000.H.
.. has, price range
New Brun \ >ck, CanaonpV one" and weeds namely the one month Is a sign of a A. Rust, addition to residence said audience participation
T\o,. \tens three child- ,rass will be Invited to demon.
approaching
that motorists healthy growth, since the aver- $700
I Stcnh mie 9. Sean, 6, and city so the city from the e age per month is only about Dick Rich, carport (business strate the value of good, telephone -

rnnn 4. Dn unobstructed half that number. Then, too,' ), $2,500. usage Some of the new
'I'm looking forward" said north have the colorfu! display.C. r six new families will soon be Mr and Mrs William Elliott, er telephone eqaipment will be

lev "to a pleasant asuocia-. view of (Nick) Keller said he k. permits for six new homes residence, $15,900. displayed and refreshments
O with the people of Venice A crew who did the Mrs that the buying power of Blake Martin, residence, $11- will be served
city mean _
the i I
lens\ felt e- r a
the
a Pat on < 1 s I sou.
Nelson was associated I I'HE in the work deserved with the city ofticials One of the many PUBLIX Robert Hardee, addition to BEALL'S DEPT. STORE -

back along_ and especiallY, coun.'cilwoman Buck Rogers flying techniqi! He Is the son flrst-of-the-week specials is l residence $4,300. I I All graduation and Father' I I
M :WS SHOP 1 Is"rsary cele11fnll Blanche J. Celli, di-I 1--- of Mr and Mrs Robert F, Coulter, 221 Borden's Ice Milk for only 29 C. H Coxwell, carport, $!,' I Day gifts wrapped free, Just j

1 its thIrd one I of the city' parka .nd St. Venice cents a ba1f-i'UOn. 000. one U our many service.
c':; 'or their special offer on rector ., Fuwize ,
I l recreation program


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TWO VENICE. FLORIDA:< MONDAY, :
THE GONDOLIER I JuNE T 10
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SUMMER FUN BIRTHS PORKER ROUNDUP I Donald Roberts Bound Ov :

(Continued from page 1))
M. ,, .
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nisi Mn I Irm t I
(Continued from page I 1)) .. ,, "I
,
ocr n t hlw seed Lnrn fln' "1 ahnpp' ""n before the con
Donald Roberts of SarasoUwas week after
I .. the inf
weeks, June 22 through July ft ITla, )I. .nd, Mts. Chula T.. I slid i one for the contest.year's bound over to Sarasota tested that the ,.J"!\" '
.f Jl, Registration' will I be held: V..I... 00'. 5tean Mtrk Edbr Men. I '1'1113 fireworks display i i.( '1
..... was a bookkeei, *!
Mee M 15,55 court Justice of the ,
I ''t< offer residents a County by ,
June 17.19. The .... area snot,
fee will be $8 settees, Mr for the entire summer except NokomU. taiftitiv. VI ky Jo Ithliv.. h !ere, to ape the biggest tver Peace E. S, (Bill Raymond Roberts Was re i IUI; ?
burn May IT. I Iin .mCAR. Ice from ed'S v,
for certain secondary subjects Mr. and ...... It.,. W Fr Dr Luck said that the JaycettI Friday night on two count of Orm",?d Bitch
for which $5 will be charged ........... MI. J...... Hmry Brae 1... I spent more on this year'sliroworkr bon estreature and driving withan Constable Ja. It knuckles>
burn May I?. use, a.mHospital I I than for the past two three warrants
Youngsters outside the city "4 C 45p i rs ,JtnblnedFurther invalid license months ago hy ISSUed *

I 1'mlts must furnish their own Report a information about A third count against Roberts -I Amount of the herb RaYlnot

t reimportation Nokomis schoolchildren ADMISSIONS' I 0'! c 'nteat may he obtained b" of passing, a worthless the warrant Was ciled' l

t may attend either the M.. "o.it": Mnrr, Nh: I 1'..rtCh..ttr ? I 11'Unll( Rob Knuckles 1620 check was postponed for a treated bond v.'. / 2j I
[fllr
Flfrnhnili
I en'oe K hnrdrhn "
or Osprey summer recreation "
s..o. A,.", ?0'.10. 1.t.. 1....... I ) n nit'"x) Drive Venice or C' -
t programs, whichever i Is "nn "....rl.n.l.. N.\""" .' 4 ,' 1191 aft -r [i:00 p.mVENETIAN'S .
M., ..10", J ,. I 4
closer tl TO' l I. 10 i"m"n.'n.d. 1 ry r?
r...... "'...1..1.., In".m I
Mitchell said the Venire summer -I En.I.nat.M.r ..
program nil! be open to r Z. Tnl. Flnnr.... "h..nII ,. SON
r. 'Fu'mood ".thor. Vmli-o' <'ran.
fuoils from first through the doll C' A I."nodVnlcr (Continued from part 1))
fifth grade. Sixth graders entertaining I M.. U Ann. A. "'... h..". .". Vrr.I.e. .. He cm fly backward, for
Ow t, J Ml lit. I\Ir\o"'l.\ Mnrl.nnu
'' junior high school in Jon.. Fnf l..n.id.. Illlam Mrl!...Ml.. V.n. n aril. up or down, controllingthe Ir
the fall are not eligible to attend A.l: Ocrtniilt H. Klllnwmd: Venice 'ti situation with a motorcycle 1
Mw I4t, Fatlwr D,.... Vtnlo.: Dab :7 hand
the elementary program( Boy ",.,.. Vanlr./ : Frank Jannr. Nokomli type throttle at the center
felna PMtlertw. Nonh Port rhartt 1 if Ms belt. His jet streams
New
i pupils entering first '. Oran Hirdlton. ........: Jama.ulih flow
4r out and down at each aide
grade in the full however may RnilmroiNl: Kay Suphm. No...... t
t' '. participate in the pre.schoo tsh.Mu I In the present state of development
II: Fllianth ralaikai. Venice: the rocket belt willkeep .
program directed by Mrs Don Lyle tehafer. Venire: Elite Howlf.
Crawford, sixth grade teacher Noah fort ",.rlot'.: Dr (.1...... IMiaf' him aloft for 21 seconds
vs.... I. Neu .
M et.hdm V..I. ind he can fly more than 20
at Venice- and Mrs. Lester R.,.. ithrrllttif. Vcnlrr. K...... Pu.Cott ,
oily, and hour He has flown
>
KtealinK< first V.nlr. 1'.1. Y Molt.rH. Enalr
l < grade teacher at
,, ,... ._ !sit .
rod: 'ur. 1)ld. D Gs.Hue over and around the Unisphere .

Nokomis Programs which anal_ 18 Vs: '.Ann... Aim.Rudkr Cis.. V.n",..... lion 1..1 TROOP 7 GIn. SCOUTS p. id a visit recent. ss to Scouts Earlene! Rawles Diane Cutler- In ono flight and Is protectedin dht 1
will! be G.ndr M.ry L. eldm. EMkwsd. ly to The GONDOLIER and were shown how "'lil':' Burke La,,'v Sihl, .s and Sherry Dnt his timing by a device at ,r. .
available at all the summer Ju,'" N. IIhln.. Nobomlu ,. J..,.. L.
recreation centers include Buller. venire: 0.1 D.,. F.nsk.. .nd the paper is printed Here Is Printer Dill ton Mrs Doris Cutler It leader of the troop. the back of his neck which tto
play. Vno Hawklni. Venlee. Alkert Prlea. Meyer (back to camera) explaining the pro- ticks off the second and starts w .
ground activities, arts and mite, Baby Bay Relnr. Venice.' .. buzzing during the last three
crafts .>tI'IfARGIII w. .. T
swimming. mathematics
... 1i 4 or four
May It : >r 1I.ld..ln l ,levlradEntlowood 1.
enrichment music activi- Mukl ornwell. Venice. Mrs Courier said last week: .
ties, science enrichment libra- Chrl>tln> Raton.. Venice: llr gheelrrloutfcwlik i i i/I f" 1
"I used about him
Vmler. Bratr.,. Ipeett. Enwand to worry until
ry and reading enrichment 'I. .: ....10) Hens, Nukomli; Mm I I went to Bartow when he ?

An additional fee of $5 over 0UI And._Uooa.. Venlee Nokonle au.. Uylw Ann r.ind...nab Mocm.li ;, 5 l i wee flying there and he looked
and above the $3 registrationfee a' i" 10 unconcerned and seemed to
will be charged for daily Mu. 55. Mused Mill..... EnIa04: .. : be enjoying It so that I don'tteel J
Walter Murrl North Port No..IotIO'' ... I "
swimming instruction at the Jahn Rlrtlntlff .. V.nhe. Curl ssed.rfur. I afraid anymore
Venice Gardens Recreation Eva "Srharffrr. Venire. : Louis : She has had practice In controlling f 4
.
,
V. Huwrlind' Nukuml.Ms.
Center pool. y -S: Hor nrcHrown. VenlMnkrl : I flying tears: Robert Jr, i
Hunetl '..pi....'. Venice. Elsie entered the Army Air Force In
I Driver education for junior \cK *%n. Fntlewond' (,."",.. Pltrlae r
yank.. tllubeUi: echnelderixiMT .... 1943 and was a Jet pilot in both .
high and school
high students t World War II and during the wr
from age 14 also will be offered toiLM.p H: Jousts Burd,ne, Venice.
at Venice H.r 15, Inn K...... Mofcenln' um.al .. Korean conflict ,
Elementary I K'I.' "leiplredl: I. PlacWa ; Man "He has always loved flying
School The driver training Gee. ; Ihllllp Heareli, Venicei
; Is I
H ice this
.'r.." Larhenme. i.u'rd( .,. Venice. ; 'rte and though no more
course carries a $3 registration M'r 26: G....... Nod 'exp red). Vra. ".af." from a mother's pointof '
fee and applicants are required ,.... CI...... 8<10.,... Venire Lori ScliatVenire A view, I do feel better that r ry.'k' .
n. Ltk I Schafcr. Vti,, Jam
to have their restricted ?e "
Wubh., Lndewaod/ he looks so safe, she said, ;
,\ license. Robert Courter Sr. 1 hI simply r '

McIntosh Student Center at OBITUARY T a very proud father. He 11'11 ,
11 serviceman In WW I and \ .r, Mfe
Sarasota will offer reading Improvement WR! ANNA RADTKE r r r l ltM1 a
29 months as did Ms son +
k classei for 1iL spent ,
seventh
,
Mrs. Anna Radtke, 68, of 130Ba'ou
In 1943-44 In combat. So that
through 12th from
graders any Drive, Venice Trail- 5
of the county: schools and typewriting er Park, died Friday Bay at Venice jr lerstands part of Robert's well career The he senor un.
I very WW
for sixth through 12th Hospital iL "y .I _
grades. Fee for both courses y"y Courier was sales managerof
,
She
native Cleve-
was a of
Clober Dlv of CorburundumCo
will be $5.Summer. ,
and, Ohio and came here from '. In New York before he and r 61Mlis

recreation, It was that city three years ago. II Mrs Courter retired here seven

pointed out, does not require Mrs. Radtkt was a member years ago
regular dally attendance The of Order of Eastern Star, I Courier has demonstrated the

centers will open at 8'30 a.m. Chapter 139. Cleveland, and of belt throughout the United Everythingseems
and close at 3 p.m. Lunches Ladles Auxiliary of Brou S'lt", in Paris Rio de Janeiro '
should be taken and milk will hOOd of Railroad Trainmen in I and several cities In Can

be sold for five cenls.Tranlportation Cleveland po ......-...,- of.r ..... &l.-.L- "" ''Ida, Australia and Hawaii inV to g
She is survived b>' her hu; "
11 months
last
from eon, of band William H Radtke SUMMER VACATION w.:1:1 rave a apt .1.1rrc I Boy Slut Camp near C,.::arr >n, N. .11.x.. If "Bobbv' -
the student centers to McIntosh Funeral services were held 1'1- to four me:1.: e of E S. ut Ttu, p and TJl1y! Bowles w nail I id the NatlrnnlE What DOES happen listen to hi.b.'kot.th..neek smoother

and back to the school Saturday at 4 p.m at Ra"< .c, 57 of Vectce, .'II.o jPr 'trn Church ,ut, J" i uoree in Vjl.)y F i Pa. July forgets to reminder thatit

centers will be provided for an Funeral Home Chape The Rev this year On July 28, David Bow)" Stinky! 12:3. Shown with Scoutmaster Ravmend is time to hit the dirt? Well, when
j additional $3 for the six weeks Miles DePagter of Grace blethodist Thompson and Martin Thompson are leavingfor Edge, sealed center, are Tolly, left; Martin, according to his statement to
f! I term. ; Church officiating three weeks at Philmont the 180.000 acre right and standing, David left and Stanley
-- -- his parents: "It's a long way haru
:: f down from 60 to EO feet up" you
IN VHS INTRASQUAD GAME
FUNNY CHECKS So far, In several hundred
; lights, he has paid close at- FINANCIAL
(Continued from page 1)) Sarasota County from Stickney tention. And he says he's going '

Point Road to the Charlotte to continue to do so
Peden Two
Scores TOiithdoy.msIJ
on complaints or bad checks J
II where the evidence does not County line. ......'"...""...".. ---mj -.-.. SECURITY
In the business part of the .i
warrant referring to a higher ALLENConvalescent .
Dr II i
meeting George! Boyd
court or restitution has been

IJ I In White 13-0 Win Over Green made. Jr a was Rotarian.inducted It into was the also clubas announced I I Nursing Home end
He can hold defendants
t under that starting July 2 It's not what you earn but what you save that
; bail for trial in a higher all meetings! of the local club .I 24 Hour Nurvnq Service.

1 1. i r I court where the evidence warrants would be held at the Fisher Phone Venire 4R8 Z702 determines future. Start now save
Its PONCE n* Lens tvi your
The Venice High School Indians scored both White touchdownson fenders. such action A JP has no man's Wharf Restaurant. .. .. .. ..
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.,., rang down the curtain runa of nine yards and end I A short Green punt In the jurisdiction over cases involving .
of all Remember placed
on football spring training Fri.i'i' Nick Harper added the 13th third quarter gave the Whites Slander, seduction or real part you earn. savings

t; day night with a spirited Intra. point on a pass completionfrom the ball on the Green 45. Eight estate and such cases must be
o '\ J i squad tilt that saw the Whites White quarterback Steve plays later Peden registeredhis tried in a higher court, he add Here by 3 P.M. June 10th will earn from June

i'i'' f defeat the Greens, 13.0. Dalton. second touchdown. ed. I

: Eight halfback Paul Peden The line play was rugged and After Dalton missed on two Raymond who Is serving his 1st. Come in today.

:. ,I -. .-. -.- the running of Peden, Lorenzo, passes, Peden made a first first two-year term as JP In

Davis, Rusty Stahl, Steve Brad down on the Green 35, Bradleyran District 2 has jurisdiction in REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
ley and John Henne for the for two yards and then
:a Elks Defeat Whites, and Terry Haskins, added another before breaking

\ il'' John Gillies, Don Christopher, loose for 17 yards down to the

John Cooper Sam Morgan and Green 15. Dalton hit Harperfor y Duplex In wonderful location. Small SARASOTA

I Jack Wright for the Greens six yards and on the next t)

,. : Kilowatts, 41W" gave fans a preview of good play Peden scored from the "r down payment with good terms on o Qaa

things to come for the 1364 In nine. savlnye and loan association
dian football season.Quarterbacking Dalton'i pass for the extra balance For further information
'0' Venice Elks knocked Florida the Greens point to Harper was good andit

!'I! I Power & Light out of the undefeated was veteran Ray Joelson, who was 13-0() in favor of the call 480.6413 or 4884196.

''I i ranks Friday night, 4- filled the air with passes but Whites. Venice Office: 446 So. Trail
1, in I Gulf LittleLeague
"I a well.played was unable to penetrate the Greens ThreatenThe
tumor dwiiion game at i it White defense when his team Greens came back with 1 I Sarasota Offices: 1718 Main Street

t the municipal field neared pay dirt. their only serious threat of the : South Gitt Shopping Center a Gulf Gate Shopping Cn><1tr

{, Jeff Sourbeer led the Elks He attempted 24 passes and game after taking the kickoff ,

{ on the mound and at the plat' completed 12 for a net gain of on the 24. Passes from Joelson ..- .. -
G' by rapping, out a double and 70 yards to Morgan and Wright netted .. --------= -

i" two singlea in three times at Dalton, a quarterback on the 24 yards and then a pass Interference .
bat and holding the Kilowattsto Venice Junior High Lit 1 Indians call against the HIGHEST QUALITY 'FINKTSERVICE BLOW PRICESCONTRACTORS
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four hits while going the last year along with Pat McDonald Whites gave the Greens a first

I distance. threw five times end down on the White 37

Fred Brown and Wayne connected on two for 13 yards Joelson hit Wright for two

Johnson had two hits apiece for both during1 the two While yards and Cooper for five yards

{ the winners, one of Brown's touchdown drives. before an offside penalty took ,

y41, being a double In the second McDonald called the signal away five of the seven yards

I inning that drove in two runs for the White second unit and gained. Two passes failed and BUILDING

i 1 Sourbeer struck out nine and Tommy Thompson was Joel- in two running plays. Ilaskins

r: did not issue a walk ton's replacement. picked up nine yards one
yard short of another first
33\ard Drive
Larry Jeffrey started for the
down and the Whites took over
Kilowatts and was relieved by The first White touchdown
:I Paul Taylor capped a 33-yard, first-quarter on their own 19
With McDonald at the helm,
drive that was set up by a
The loss was the first for the
ii
blocked the Green 40 the Whites gained 43 yards in
Ktlowfctti In four starts In the punt on
tl The recover was made by four plays Stahl running for
F, second half The win evened :
I'': / the Elks record at 2.2, center Bill Higel on the Green 24 yards in two carries but
t
the Green defense roue and

I NI, I 1 Run Rally i 33.Bradley failed to gain on the held forcing a punting up situation We have purchased the complete automated door plant of the

Osprey Recreation rallied for; first running play, but then .
rl'b: t three runs in the sixth to tie Dalton hit end Charlie Hodges First downs were 12-9 In favor Ernest Sears Supply Co. We can now offer to OUR custom

ii' l Rotary 3.5, and then tallied the for a 27.\ arc! pass play. Peden of the Greens and total net
r,', ;4 winning run in the seventh in lost three, hence was held for yards gained were 169 for theGreens ers time saving, cost saving pre-aistmbled door units. Quality and

1' ( III Friday night's opener no cam: and then Teden took and 1 145 for the Whites.
service will be
\ i l l"t"t Rotary led S-0, after two Innings a i pitchout and raced around Forty-tl suited out for the our pledge to you In this new undertaking.

and held what seemed end for the six-point c I A pass game and all saw action.

;{ t ta be a comfortable lead attempt for the e>:tia point wa The Whites were coached by

thi i after five frames But themargin knocked down by Green de Jim Someri and the Greens by As your convenience, we respectfully request an opportunity tc
\ I was quickly erased on Bob Hedrlck.

4 three Recreation hits and a r.rJ::: ;: I I discuss this new product with you.STOTTLEMYER .
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Rotary error. One of the Rec .. .... I

i rl; 1 hits was a homer by C. Godfrln for an

( f to lead off the sixth DO PEOPLE enjoyableday GOLf
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: 11 The winning run was scored

{ by Joey Moulton in the bottom READ of _
f of the seventh He opened the
TRY
frame by walking, went to
I third on Randy Barnett's J SMALL ADS? SARASOTAGOLF I Ir

1 double and then crossed the CLUB I
l 'i plate on Gordon Tlson's single II WELL & SHOEMAKER

I 1I Recreation garnered 10 hits '[ FEES GREEN SVayO

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ti f In a game played at Osprey YOU ARE! Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
the Merchants defeated Nokomis I South of Sarasota ', L ouvd. tlfi THUD SmtTE

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Promotions, graduations and maintain the fleet's military
ijTOTEMEPOLE hanges in assignment fill the readiness. He is scheduled to
: : 11 ews about area military ser- visit ports In Japan, the Philip i
Icemen this week pines and Hong Kong. p
Airman second class John Frank J, Covill III, USN.,
o Krebs Jr, son of Mr and Mrs, son of Mr and Mrs. Frank J.
a By PATTY JOHNSON and ANNE TIIARP John Krebs of 1746 Valencia Covill Jr., of 101 W. Alba St.,

1.. The Glrl'i Sports Club Moth. held and awards will Drive, was graduated May S visited Mombasa, Kenya, April i
tt_Daughter banquet was held to the students. be given from Chanute (Ill.) AFB tech. 20-23 while serving aboard the
final school an attack aircraft carrier USS
h 25. All girls who participated as aerospace
May -o .
round power equipment realrman. Bon Homme Richard, operating
brought a covered dish This
will be our last article
, > in the Western. Pacific with
was buffet style After about
Dinner the 198364 school yearend After two weeks here he reported the Seventh Fleet
dinner awards were given w. would like to take this to Elgin AFB. Krebs en. His unit is pert of the Con. .r
To obtain a numeral a girl time to say good-bye to .
every. tered the Air Force! in September cord Squadron which is making
mint earn 14 points by partin- one. There will be new
a reporter after graduation from several good will visits to
paling in after-school sports for the articles next Croton-on.the.Hudson (N. Y) ports bordering. on the Indian f
who received numerals
Those year. High School Ocean He later visited the
were Kathy BradlCT: LanaBreeden Everyday during the last
British Protectorate of Aden.
Donna Bredlng, Line week of school final exams will t The Seventh Fleet In the Far To Wear Get The Ribbons! ,
Barbara Droblsh be Things
I Brown, Wil- given, except Friday which East Is the world largest operating
Hendrlx, Shelley Lee, Roberta will be .
lens i makeup day t, naval force and patrols
, I Merrill Brenda Owen
over half the earth's surface
,
Lynn Pfleffer, Annette Beige Short Sleeve Jac Shirts
and Cherolyn Seeley EwoodCharlotteGOP

Letters are awarded by earning Concrete Group f
' 24 points Letters were rr ) Dress Shirtsby New styles!

awarded to Dorothy Blades, Club ElectsTomorrow I
Lana Breeden, Charlotte Carter Exciting! '
WlUene Hendrix, Carm I Pledges Sm port Tru Val
Patty Johnson
Huston Anne Your man can
young

Tharp A pin and is Cathy awarded Wilson to those Night Of Coast t Flan I Spell style/ use a wardrobe of

nho earn 40 points. In order to
ENGLEWOOD The Engle. I these shirts. Button or
receive this you must no: out wood-Charlotte County Repub- Support for the industrial for GratJS.u .
collar Seersuckir ,
for everything all through Junior open
lean Club will elect Its first financing program of the Gulf '
high Only one girl received staff of officers and a board of Coast Industrial Deve'opment + Oxfords in stripes' Cuploni or Cham-
tt is and it was Susy White directors at its charter meet. Co was pledged here by members e &: solids, button or tab. (:\
The moat outstanding award ng to be held In the Englewood of the lower West Coast bray. 1 r
is the Outstanding Ninth Grade Savings and Loan Asm com- AIRMAN KREBS Chapter of the Florida Con
Athlete This is a trophy. The munllv room tomorrow nightat crete and Products Association \ 299 399 299 399 499 ; f
Another graduation was that
ninth graders voted on the 8 o'clock following talk by comoany 'e ,
R
ninth; grade girl whom they President Pro-Tern I. B. Hop. of Staff Sgt. Gordon D. Walk. president l Phllin L. Salvatorl
think should receive this The wood urges all members to at. er, son of Mr and Mrs Lyle William R. Llttroll, execu'lve' Have shirt tails buy neck size. tf
girl who received this award tend this important session and R. Walker of 1113 Riviera St., vice.president of Ittrell Con I

was Lana Breeden. vote for the officers of their from Senior Noncomml..ionedOtflcer crete Co, presided lit the! meet. urn! '
The mistress of ceremonieswas choice. I Academy at GoodfellowAFB Ing of the! i roup heM at Fish Tex He Is a supply superintendent -
Linda Brown. Patty Johns Hopwood emphasized the necessity man's Wharf last Tuesday
played "The Moon Passes Be of select'ng' a capable and received advanced nl!"ht. l 3 FOR
hind the Clouds," on the leadership and manage Fuller cut
piano
staff of officers for the new, Concrete supnUers heard '
and Roberta Merrill sang "I permanent Republican organi ment training He I is marriedto Salve tori stress the Importanceof Better fabric 295
Feel Pretty." accompanied by nation, one of the many such I the former Charlotte Hiteshew Industry to the area He Finer made
her mother, A farewell song to being organized throughout the of Flint. Much said In his corrma"y alone 100 3"Every pVl'
junior high was sung, by Linda state In an aggressive program -- "'- lobs have provided over *?20; el HANES SHIRTS
Brown, Amy Wyckoff, Linda to elect Republican candidatesfor 1 000 In banir rienosHs .700 Ono in f
Surenkamp. and Lacy Schless all) officers, thereby eliminating nnyroll, 100) new houieholdi i featureof JA' i Knitted to standard
A highlight of the program : the long.time monopoly 07 auomohile' pu'chnses and e the 599 ones.
was the presentation by ninth of) government, end establishng f ft other benefits to the srea econ 15 'p 1 Choice of colors. 3 FOR 2"
grade girls of charm braceletsto the American-way of a two I or"v SML-XL
Mrs. Smith and Miss Johnson arty system of "checks and The Irirtustrlnlist' "'''0 herds

the sponsors Miss Hunt lalances" In government Obrl enternrlces in the M.natee Briefs & Tee Shirts ...... 3 for 2.95 '
and Mrs. Rose were given cor New members may enroll !in -Sarasota area, said the MANHATTAN BANLONS and
Yams Fitting
S99 Knitting
Superior
sages. the organization prior to Tuesday I develonment grown Is looking:
-0- night session. Dues assessed for prospect rfcommendatlornfrom Finest made quality shirtaSHORTIE
Home Ec classes: presented are $1,.00 per person per the inrfutrv-luint" of
I a fashion show Tuesday nieht annum ?nii'ee and ScrBsotn Count'ei PAJAMASfor
of the projects they made. The The board of directors have He said th.. roi" Is work. Sport CoatsNorthcool
theme was "The Old WomanIn discussed Initial plans for an t I Ins r'nsclw wt,I'h the Committeeof i comfortable Summer!
the Shoe' The music was aggressive camoalsn in the t 101) and T.I"M Inrtmtrv Council
supplied by Gertha Shaw at general election. in November a to PM'M "'," '. or B'HItioni, & WEAR WELDON '

the piano. Mistress of ceremonies and Invite all Renubllcans to Stint will be built in the Venice COTTONSfor FULL BACKS by Sagner Me
was Carm Huston The rally to the cause. The motto of free .

I I old Miu woman Hunt was, home Busy economics White. the licans new Stand association Uo and Is Be'Repub.Counted 1'f..eo"Q-1\ { -"' ::110'- |199 299MANHATTAN Checks & stripes, ;."rs' .

teacher, was given a corsageby ." STAFF SGT WALKER j bold plaids,

the models. After the fashIon The slate of officers submitted Gerald W Turner son of Called Toni"h BATISTE 3.9?I toned plaids, :" ,
show, FHA Junior degrees l by the nominating! commit. and Mrs. Marvin 0 ur'l A regular meetlnp! of the wool blends.
were awarded to the members tee Is ai follows: For presl- .
vice'I Venice By-Way, has been promoted Venice I-oH'e 301, !Free and Shorts & regulars., r. r
who earned them. They were dent I. B. Hopwood1st:
to airman third class
be held Much!
Masons will Mean
Accepted Small! Gifts
Siebenmor.
presented' a and president, Robert (7
corsage a .
Kee
in the U. S. Air Force at at the Masonic Temple at 8 35 to 48
small key to add to their FHA fen; 2nd vice president Bert ler AFB, Miss
Russell o'c'ock tonljht! Refreshmentswill PARIS .
pin. Guthrie; secretary He Is presently student at be served. foliowln the SMOOTHIE
Those who received the Jun. Brooks: treasurer, William S. the Air Training Command s BUTTON-DOWN LEATHER 3295 :
<< meeting! end Worshipful Maser -
of the
. for degrees were Marie Hicks, Timmlns; for members Keesler Technical Training/ Gfrttfo R. Collett. Jr. Inn TIES BELTS f r,
Anne Tharp Cathy Wilson board of directors: I. B. Hop- Command and a graduate of -
vltei all Master Masons to at-
Susy White Janie Tamer, Ger wood, Robert Siebmmorgen, Venice High School Dacron Blends
250
tha Shaw WUlene Hendrix, Bert Guthrie, Russell Brooks, Arm Men end 150 to po] & 250ESQUIRE :. .
-
Cindy Henne Laura Farm Age Skiolvlg C F. Higplnboth- Hat- ,
Army Pvt. Michael E
Lana Breeden, Elaine Ellis, : am end William E Herdman drift, son of Mr and Mrs. Gordon G'I O T"fC'l O..a'1 INITIALSTRETCH 18" 2995
Cheryl and Carol Fryslnger! Further nominations will be E, Hatchitt of 740 Myrtle HOSE
Shelley Lee, and Connie Hurt. entertained prior to the voting Ave., has been assigned to Battery Given This Week Acme of quality HANDKERCHIEFS Patterns as

The show was enjoyed. by all The nominating committee A, Third Missile Battalionof If you are one of the hun 3 in box1001S0 above
-0- designed by the board of dlrcc. the 65th Artillery in Paine dreds of Sarasotan's who did ]100 ,.
Th. last issue! of the Indian tars comprises: William E. vllle, Ohio. not complete reouirements fora ] ] *
Smoke Signals was sold on Friday Herdman chairman: Age He Is a missile crewman, high school diploma and findIt box
May 29. Sklolvlg, Robert Siebenmorgan having entered the Army In more difficult to obtain a FRUIT OF LOOM
-0- and Mrs. C. F. Hlgglnbotham February and completed basic! position without one, the Sara- ONE-SIZE SOCKS SWANKFine .
The annual FacultyStudentsnftball combat training at Fort jacic- iota Communltv School will ndm WALLETS l'HAGGAR
game was played on Festival son, S. C. He is a 1961 VHSgraduate May. 29 Admission was 10 Comedy week t.
I cents Tickets On Sale Army Cpl Damon L, Brown, Anyone desiring to take the S9 -69 395 & 500 ,
II. Brown,
son of Mrs. Lillian test must have a years reil-
June 5, Frid':; the last day Mail orders are now being Davids Place, Englewood, participated dence In Florida be 20 years of SLACKSin 1 1r
if school, an assembly will be filled for the 1M4 season tickets in annual training age or older and must have a
for the Asolo Theater Comedy tests at Camp St. Barbara Korea credit In American History and FEMININE LINGERIE !
CAP TO ISSUE Festival which opens July In April with the 319th Government or pass an equivalency his preferred styles
9. Artillery Third Battalion. The I test on the subject is the answer so many times. DRESS '
CADET AWARDS Today the theater box office :training I is an assessment of I The five tests which take approximately Let us show you this area's SNUG DUBS are Extra Slim! IVY are

Achievement ribbons will be will be opened. During the the unit's I combat readiness.Cpl 10 hours to com greatest stocks at popular Plain Fronts'! ALUMNAE DRESS have One
warded to Civil Air Patrol month of June theater box Brown is a gunner in theBatameln' plete Include Correctness of: Pleat!
cadets of the Venice Composites office hours will be from 9 a. Battery B on Okinawa Expression interpretation of
Squadron at a "Family Night" m. to S p.m., today through He .entered the Army in Literary Materials, Interpieta- pricesBABY DACRON BLENDS95 "IMS
' ceremony tomorrow (Tuesday) Friday and on Saturdays end July 1982 and completed his lon: of Social Study Readings, DOLLSFine Cotton Rayon U to IU .
Fort with or
at
.t T In the Civic Center. Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. basic combat training General Mathematical Ability
p.m. Cottons
:=: The ribbons will be awarded In the repertory this summer Sill, Okla. and Interpretations of NaturalScience. Drip! -Dry DACRON & WOOLS Q93 1.495S.zes
National Guard Brig. Soft Batiste, Dacron l
toQ"
Army
will be Shakespeeke's "Twelfth 50.
to 28 to
cadets who have completed __
set II weeke. course In various Night" Moliore's 'Imaginary ,Gen. Kenneth W. Brewer, son Additional Information rich Blends or Nylons
phases. of aeronautics Approximately Invalid" Fry's "The Lady' of Mrs Myrtle 0 Brewer of as cost, possibility of retake Prettily styled &: trimmed
Not for Burning" and Sherl 608 E Armada Road, complot history examination, hours of for Summer
receiveGeneral
20 cadets awards will for completion dan's "School for Scandal ed a one-week National Guard examination and such, may be ]199 299 399 "
Curry Division refresher course at call to 958-1332
obtained by a
repeated
The four plays will be ; and Sun
of an induction to aerospace of Fun :
Command and General Commun .
in rotation through August 29 the Army or visit) the Sarasota '
Another five will rereive nightly and Staff College. Fort Leav- Ity School Office at 1001 S. GOWNS '
with WALTZ
General Jimmy Doohttle performances Kan. May 18 : CHIT*
on Blvd.GOOD
enworth.
:
Washington
Friday SYIiM
Wednesday
of matinees LEE ...
swards for their !study pow. Gun. Brewer' Is regularly assigned PAJAMASJ 1 oIV.
*r for aircraft and Saturdays.According LONGS
Division
tothe 38th Infantry
to Walter Jensen, One and two piece suits
the The program will be open to Festival business manager, advance In Indianapolis, Ind. SHORTY GOWNS. Flattering styles.
public.
far Navy !Men BUY
of sales last are running and he suggests Navy Lt. ((1 j j.g.) Dennli R Same fabrics r I
ahead year
FALLING OBJECTS that reservations b. Knight, son of Mr and Mrs N 89'to 1399
FORT PIERCE (AP) A early to assure seating Rav T. Knight of 509 Sh.m.rock 1 199199 3"
falling wash tub cut the head I' made preference.For I Blvd? has departed Long IlAn lUll .
a Fort Pierce pharmicl.t'Joneph and performance information on Beach, Calif. aboard the destroyer a
Adair I complete USS Fechteler for duty 8. Best
stitchesclosed tickets and a performance e.wal Panties The
Reverie a
Adair said after two with the Seventh Fleet In the t
that he schedule, theatergoers may lesusancGOOD
wound !
his scalp
was rummaging around inUtility a write edy Festival the Awlo, P.Theater O Box Com 1890, Far While East there he will participate Finest nylons |100 In Spoofs!:
room when he accident. various combat trainIng
ally nudged the tub off a w.U- box Sarasota office, Florida after June, or 1.ecU the In exercises designed to GUY trimsMay Jeanio j[ IVcar/' /

peg where It hung v
We Suggest: '
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:: /:1: I Ij fJ"W NOR IAND K. PATTON any mouth and will grow in crosses to Identify sly
; SPEAK any soil, but best In medium Seed pods wUl devl '" in.
I The most rewarding hobby heavy loam spaded deep with days, and matur, II"? er,.
that I know for a man retired manure compost or peat They Do not disturb tl,n ';
: 'I, I -- from a business career is a may be planted In full or part bloom. When ti.., rood d
f MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED rRESJ -- MIMBBR: OF THg FLORIDA Feats ASSOCIATION To The Editor: Just to working interest in growing sun. Daylilies require mini. brown ands t ,r1 '''. '. ." oa
you know I thought you flowers. It con, as you choose mum watering due to their fibrous remove the brk! k !
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The Auoetattd FNM to .1..1..1 .Ut. to u for ntpublk-MKm all 4. 4IM u occupy all or any part your root systems (usually six to ten,
It or ipMttl not' ttbnvlM 410.I .._*rtt\td in\ .!.I.> inuitj.T1 thll pane.. and .>.. IM>1 .... ...bll.h... b..wi. All rittitt' of mmbllutloift ward job in your May 14 day; can absorb any part of bo fertilized sparingly, with half of the seed: jt: (' Plant llrll\on..

new. and kml. tdv.rtl.lBi .HUM .r Dili nmMvr ft _r'l..*.l 04 rid lu rwubllrMIn to n. torial. I'm wondering if of your bank account starting small nitrogen content. them at a depth of; on'i ban6, \!!
", ."'>!11'' '...loM.. 00 on* "lor ..,_ p.rnll le.. sturdy, independent with nothing<<; can provide any There are three ways to pro- three-fourths in, h in
policy you have pursued amount of fresh air and exercise pogate daylilies: By division, Place the other, hal In the 10 I
r.t>U,h(4 KMT MOII*. end ThUN M *>fl 1141 E.: Maul, Amm not contributed to the and it need no previous and proliferation. frigerator ( tI1t ft.
..... ...,... by seeding by damp and btt'lltttt
I En. A. Second Clan At fort 0th. It Vnlc Florid federal bureauracy has experience.': blotting paper) for rig
f on you. Outstanding among the pe Division The clumps shouldbe weeks; then plant l todtk
EDWARD D. BALL ... .... .... ................... ........ Editor and Publisher rennial flowers Is the daylily, divided; about every three for future pianti'Proliferation Note I'eI, I1 '

'J COURTNEY WILLIS .. ...... ... .. .. .... ...... ... . Advertising Manager Anyway more power to )' an excitingly years, leaving two to three : Oncerb'!, .

i SAM DILLON ....... .... ............. .......... New and Newephoto Editor J L. (Pat)) beautiful bloom rows of stems in each clump. rleties a fan x.i dev, JII *
Former Managing with a wide the dirt from the roots the bloom st t\1"" ,
j! ;, ROGER KJLBY ....... ............ ...... ......... Mechanical Superintendent I The Chicago Tribune range of color, Shake cut the tops to eight to ten In. grow until t'h' A'w b'oom'' ,'',.II,
Flossmoor, Ill Daylilles are cites and pull or ort apart. then cut off the I ,n and r""
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county IS.2} per year $3.25 per six months $2.75per is fait growing In When' replanting spread the Wet sand i nj f ;
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three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $6 25 per year $4.JJ popularity roots and set out et the original!, Ideath. medium. Th ''J d.; ,
per sue months, $3 per three months. I To The Editor: among Florida Mulch la not essential. the original p l 3"*
,- gardeners: b erause Seeding: Seed pods are formed When grow 1, !lea
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No-Vel they areesey by insect pollination but the will find that t toopl,,,5f
Auxiliary to post to grow them ., ,
results doubtful. Hand pollination 'rt
American Legion of Venice are f ""'"i
require no
would like to express ... 'ft".pt't ha pam_ Is easv and extremely trade dl\'h or to Its
Class Of 64Today -- per To select seedlings or di ,
interesting. cross to frienii
thanks and appreciation for ; ; ;'i'bilnieuson ; J
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full two blooms for the specific result who are interc l a their n
t coverage your paper year around foliageand desired. With pincers or ture.
( you are on fop of Rock k Candy you on every tide. items given our This unit has in been all our an are resistant to Insects and thumb and finger pull off all -
Mountain. diseases. stamens from one bloom and The Domlnl "r nub'cvs!' ,
contribution
But will refrain from portant from Daylilies rate the generic the sticky established in \,4
we preaching you for the rub their pollen on why At
Tomorrow will be at the bottom paper Auxiliary in of Hemcrocallls-Greek
you name of the other Dominicans re ed
of the pistil
Inltead let to in end tjjtr
a sermon. ui put you programs of education and derivation meaning "beautifulfor
tooling. selected bloom. Label your Haitian ruleKING'S
I up. capsule form the essence of what the dittmguithed tertainment. We are a day" a true description --,--
11/ You ten work your way bad to the grateful for your for each but new
Arthur Gordon laid in a mes- Tower
fop, but it wont be ....y. Nothing worth Our thanks also to buds open daily on the same I TABLE
while it hat. sage of I7M graduates all over, entitled Oaynor for her courtesies stem The stems of these
comet easy; never "Welcome W. Need You." cooperation In editing the blooms' vary in length from
When. you receive your high school diploma ems. eight to fortv-elght inches, FOR FINE FOODS

and i handshake. a bit ielf-con- "Member of the Clan of '64, freedom MRS. GEORGE, KAUP making the plant appropriate Served Daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
icioui I before the admiring eyes of friend Is not just a privilege, it It a tilt and President No-Vel for almost any treatment a Served From 7 a.m. to S p.m. h.
those who cannot the test will be patch of color border background Breakfast 1. '
and family, you will have received the pan a complete bed or for
I down payment on your future. denied it. Welcome, then to the proving To The Editor: civic Improvement! such as the from 40c
ground. Bring with you all the courage and;! extensive Daylily bed nlantedby Lunch
From here on you'rt on your own.! Now that the primary the Men's Garden Club on '
and determination mutter. ap'w e
vitality can
you tions are over we in the north side' of the Venice from 65c t
It would be nice tell of all the
to .
you You and need them
i going to |lust at County have until November Chamber of Commerce.To .
advantage you arc facing in this world your country it going to need you." determine who we will elect me the answer for gettingthe Dinner
today. It would be well to tell you, too, of run our county most out of gardening Is from 95c

: all th. problem which will be confronting Good luck and Godspeed to you. The rule"question was raised of more varieties specialization of Dsvlilles and the sixty-odd In my TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL

I during the primary -. garden and patio attest my 2 Blocks N. of Venive Ave., Rt. 41 Ph. 88"330I
With the multiplicity of conviction. These blooms comprise I
. j More On WageHourThere regulatory special acts a major theme against a 1
since 1932 Sarasota shrubbery background Now I
a has today, through its board must eliminate tome to make
fiat been no presidential responseto hard.earned money to defend a suit being county commissioners, room for new varieties or for *' Fred Astaire

this newspaper's May 14 Open Letter financed by ours and other taxpayer tically every power that mv own successful crosses.
be needed for metro be 1' .n happy to announce teat ai of
Daylily plants may purchased
behalf of business That's what / .
appeal on small none money. you c.1b.ing whipsawed with the '
ment
exception from local nurseries MAY 254h his Sarasota Dints
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was expected but we have heard fur. going and coming. control over municipalities and also from any one of a ''t, will -eDancing- '

then from the Wag.-Hour people and the Second if our employee did not feel authority. to name a largo number of growers In the. Instruction !
manager.How southern states it prices varyIn
more we hear the worse it gett. justified in suing us and refused to do has the .. a from twentr-five cents to PRIVATE GHOVf" CLASSES

The Tampa Office, Wage and Hour to, then Wage-Hour could step in and managed their fifty dollars for( a clumo.
and Contracts Division, U. S. Departmentof sue ui anyway on their behalf, whether under these special acts Prices depend upon availability IN
seven years, since June 19 that have
-the new crosses VENICEAT
Labor, hat been helpful endeavoring they liked it or not. the county commissioners taken': top awards at accredited

I 1.1 to bring ut up to date on the farflung This could be done, it was pointed out, had complete authority Daylily shows bring top prices, THE
: and Intricate workings of this ali-power when there hat been several previous investigations controlling water and but many lovely old standbys
franchises In Sarasota sell\ for under one dellar. Most BYRONDANCE
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J St ful agency.We're and credence could no longer outside the are of growers end some Individual
; no Philadelphia Lawyer, but from be placed In the employer's prom is... ties which system plans gardeners! belong to the Amer. I
( what't In hand thus far Wage-Hour looks Let'i suppose lome big employer, lay serve one hundred or more ican Hemerocallls Society and 0 STUDIOSUMMER I
The rates charged
Ions they send listings by glittered
f like enample of bureaucratic a with powerful political influence
more an
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newspaper these waters and sewers names such a. Painted Lady, SESSIONS WILL LAST THRU OCTOBER 'Ir
despotism created by ukase of the Supreme would become thus involved. terns under section seven War Eagle Dorothy Adams,

: N Praetidium of the U, S. S. R. rather How fast would Wage-Hour move in on the Act, provide that etc. These listings also report F OFFER ,, ':
a franchise Is granted INTRODUCTORY
chsracteristlcs of the
i than an enactment by the Congress of the this employer ai long ai he trumpetedthe schedule of charges for the whether evergreen varieties or F i
r f' U. s. A.Item line of the politician in power? And system shall be presented dormant; (evergreen being! ; by 8 Private and

1 i. : We were Informed we could have how long would it be before the Damo- the commission for its far the best for Florida); \\4 Group Lessons ................. $32.00j I
al. A public hearing ,
refuted to pay back wages at demanded! clean sword fell on his neck. once he to these charges shall be mid length season of stem or ;late whether(blooming early IN VENICE Every Monday & Thursday from 12:30: V';;1 fp+a

Q 4 by the young W.ge-How inspector for digressed j ? before they are approved season from Aorll through September Call or Write
';, r': what he alleged was our violation of the We're thinking of one particular big- the commission" It is also ); and describe the BYRON DANCE STUDIO
vided In the section
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:. sanctity of Wage-Hour for a couple oft time sheet. If the Wage-Hour bloodhoundswere "amendments same to, or bloom are(some night are bloomers fragrant) ; others etc. JI6'/2' W. Venice Ave.

months back in 1962. Asked why the younq to do tome miffing into that situation In the schedule of Most growers ihlp bare root

i inspector had failed to advise ut of at -which they dare not-they'd find tome shall not be made unless and frequently include free ORSARASOTA FRED ASTAIRE STUDIO

least this minimal right, we were told practices smellier than a mountaineer's goods with reasonable order. 1233 Gulfttream Ave Phone 958.6675

{l ; that Wage-Hour It concerned only with breath right after an East Tennessee ramp Daylilies can' be planted in e _

'11' the rights of employees; it it not concerned festival High School NewsBy

; f with the rights of employers. Item: It is one of the basic foundation

H And all this time we've had the silly stones of I justice In this democracy thatan

i j f i ',"k notion that employers are people too. accused can face his accuser But not DIANE LENIIART and GENE EDDY

I I. 1 At least that they could be considered in Wage-Hour. Any gutless coward, skulking .

;;.; such In the eyes of the central government In faceless anonymity, can Inform on With Just one more" week left this years graduating class FOR THE FINEST
1 is
J at the "old grind, Seniors are The Kappleman Award given
t which extracts taxes from all with any employer, safe in the knowledge that getting ready for graduation to the boy who la the most out-
I out delineation at to who it or it not his Identity won't be publicly: disclosed.: and juniors and sophomores standing in both atheletic and

: ?I an employer. That goes, whether such a itool pigeonis are preparing for finala. scholastic achievements.

I I Sure, at our Informant laid, we could the bearer of true or false witn,". Although Awards-o- night for -aIn AND FRIENDLIEST SERVICE!

; have.. refused but there were two built-in Do all these things add up to the democratic the Senior will be June I, Tuesday a ceremony in the cafeteria held last the

!, I' bear trap if we had. way of life we have all been awards were presented to the National Honor Society install
underclassmen last Friday in
: First the employees Involved, past and brought up to respect and cherish? ....mbly. Two new awards ed its officers for next year.

l present, could have sued ui and Wage- At we said, it was not anticipated that were given this year the first They are: President, James
i Van Keuren vice president,
,; J, Flours legal talent would have represented the Whit House would take. any noticeof by the :Key Club to the outstanding Carole Austin;; secretary, Pam
of
1 a I ; them for free. We'd have had to our plaint, because we are utterly lacking the first receipient teacher being the year MissJoyce Payne; treasurer Bev Eiss. res.

1 rJ shell out for our own lawyer. In other in political moxie, are totally deficientIn Lewis, junior English historian the Susan new Murphy officers was Installing

''II 6:' words, this brand of government could the poly-untaturate corn fat of a Cathy Keyettes teacher and and the sponsor Cheerleaders.The for the. President Diane Lenhart.o .

i <'J spend our own tax money to sue ui and May and wholly devoid of the second new award went to -

:,il, 0 @e1! t we'd have to spend more of our own glamour of a Pakistan! camel driver. Mel Wendt presented by the The staff of the Tomahawk
d.1 Cheerleaders to the girl they held its annual picnic last Sat
1 thought did the most for the urday, with plenty of food and i I II
squad during the year Mel is drink and a good time was had I
g 'rfl: | Sound Public Policy one of the youngest members by all. The highlight of the
on the squad, being one of the festivities war the announce
two juniors Coach-Somer was ment of the editor for next i
presented wltla "surprise year Susan Murphy, a sopho
I "IP 'The wages paid for similar kinds of try may be subject to forced equalitation. award" for his services to the more. The Tomahawk's last issue VENICE OFFICE

work have always( varied in different parts It Is worth noting that the Equal Pay football team not only this will be on sale next Thurs
I of the country. This li natural and necet- season but for all the seasonshe day. This la the first year e 601 South Tamlami Trail
Bill which war enacted last June laid: has served as coach And high school newspaper bal
wry 'The COlt of living, for Instance, In a "No employer having Bobby Harrison was the proud comleted a year and our compliment .
metropolis such at New York It much high employee subject but speechless recelplent of the go to the entire staff
to any provisions of this section shall din coveted Kappleman Award. and especially to the sponsor,
s er than In a small community in the South.Ii' .
criminate within any establishment !In Bob U also Valldictorlan for Mr J. R. Lewis.
; ; But one section of the Civil Right Bill,
; which such employee are ."
employed
i In the form passed by the House would
o 'r That phrase "within establishment "
any deJ
FIRST
I teem to eliminate area wage differential.
LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
it of the utmost importance. It recognizes, EXQUISITE
I It specific that it shall be an unlawful
il the fact that nationwide equalization .
employment practice "to discriminate wage EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
I would be totally unworkable, and
IA ,} against any Individual with respect to hit would be definitely against the public TRADITIONALLet SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA'MAIN

L ( : compensation terms condition, or privilege Interest. ut style your favorite vest ABMANDS
of employment because of such In- or ceramie Into beautiful lamp \ OFFICE SOUTH GATE ST.

i dividual' race, color, religion lei or national The current problem, 10 far a* the t a Rivt/ing a Restyling 200 S. Pineapple A.... 3350 S. Tamlami Tr. 881 Hardlni 0***

f i origin. There}, I II nothing In this relevant section of the Civil Rights Bill a All Camp Repair

a t t statement which limit the described unlawful I I. concerned, can be limply lolved. That Work by Experienced Designer and

1 l p.. discrimination with respect to compentation can be don. by adding the words "with.In Craftsmen. Member Federal Horn Loon Bank System

i to an establishment. And without any establishment" In the places where

s such a limitation, It seems clear that they are needed This It not Just a tech. THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

t wage rates In different plant or establishments nicality. It Involves, Instead. a matter ef' 204 TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA

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,*,'_ .4.Ml.". .... by; tour of Florida' finest ers and holder of numerous
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If. junior golfers, the entry junior titles In their home First National Bank defeat

list for the Stats Junior Golf areas art entered in the event. ed Venice Shopping Center.

CLASSIFIED to Roberta Albert of Tampa a :54, Thursday night In Gull
continue
Championship
I 'I I Female two-time holder of the state Little League senior division
Help Wanted I
Legalkomta. Legal grow daily The event will be PSGA junior crown and at 17 play as right-hander Steve

RATES : BEDRo6M t i LADY IN THK COUNTY J IIii'.P.'a COURT played June 12-14 at Lake Venire a veteran titleholder la the
FOR CLERICAL Work. .IenId.. IN AND FOR SAKASOTA ifll'NTY Deans recorded 13: strikeoutsa -*
'! Nicely Hand write qualifications Rh.rt Hens...,, HI I. Box IITO N. P'J.nRII1.\. IN PROBATE: Golf Club and testate more leading girl entry. However, league record for the current
experience
Charge Rates, both distance komli, Florid. IN "IC, TO. E..t" 0' C
Ie Thursday to Laura
three-handi-
, age and expected: j.net H......". HI .. Box '"0. N. RUTH MARIE DOIII' N... nil than :90 players, boys and girls Maclvor. a season
and Monday Edition We pay salary to Venice Hospital Dlood bunS. Fluid' Ituus.nl.NOTICE between the age of 12 and 17, capper from Fort Walton
seasonally Bank. No Owner of V.nlc Aen-Merine Development !: 0" PIlING PETITION TOO have I Beach will bear a lot of watchin The win was tile second
signed
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$1.50 Corporation. Ine., .. a. follow!Igianlajr FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTRIX up.
Bank nine In
for the
Lenin, Owner and Pr-ldmt. ( in the girl's division. straight
LOW GIRL FRIDAY Typing, It .la our 0,5.ntle to apnly to tho TO Alt WHOMWM.\Y COVCFRNI' Florida State Golf Assocla- Roberta is the defending the second half of league play

: ((12 word minimum) (clous cool shorthand, Insurance' real Clerk a........, Countr lh. Circuit, Florid Court to ,In..Iot.and.. the fo. have NOTICE filed at IS, final HFREHY retume GIVEN ae. mecutneof that,I lion sponsor the junior tournament champion In the girls 15: to 17 and the loss was the third for

Additional Words, each 6c efficiencies estate experience helpful. Reply old name V.nlc. Avn-Marlne Develop, the ...... of Buth Marie Dow 4.. which li open to male class and Cindy Meyers of Or. the Shopper.
Across J. C., P. 0. Box 748 Ven men. Corporation, I.... under the ,._ ,,s.s-d- that I have flM! m, fillibra for and female] amateur golfers mond Beach Is the titleholder
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of Chapter 10961. Law. ot Flor- flnej HnaiT' thai I vlll applr' to the who registered In Florida Outhit by a 6-5 margin, the t'
1 CASH rtfei, both ThursdayS Center Phone ice. Id.. ACM of 1(41.ltneH Hnnorahle Johe T. Grahum, Countr were In the 12 to 14 division.
S ., Monday Edition 2416 our band! thta 15th d., of1W4. Ted.. of RaramU 'enty FlorMa. m school during the past school The boys' winner, Jerry Bankers made good use of nine
Mu. 'h. a d., .f Sen.. 15'S. I... anpe-ensI 01 yesr and who have reached walks as they scored three ofthrlr
" Wanted sTANLEY: LAVIN8 the and for final dl..h.... a.rtmilrri Breaux of Miami, Is over one
eeme
:: 51 o 3 PfDROOM: PrnirirntROBtHT nf the e.1.1.' of Roth MarieDo their 12th birthday but will not antI will not be hark In defend five runs on free puses.
HENTIEBSY.'/ ......... Mike Rich the leading
YOUNG MEN. fulfill *, d. reach their IBlh birthday by (the was
r ditlonH your military Vln.PwldnOJANF.T FtTTW S. torRWOODnnnne title he won nt Port St '
/ (Ill word minimum) Venice. $!III J> obligation with only six : HENNFB8Y.BeereUrr fT Jim. !Rank, hitter with a single and

Additional Word each 5s or phone Earl months active duty. Return Mir II. !>. 5...4 1. Treasurer.Publtohi I. IIU.< Florida, Florida.Tower Li.ht Buildlne.Vntlre There will be divisions for my Brodbeck. runner-up to double For the in three times Center at bat.Ron.
Shopping
I Rt 3, Box & for service! with your local Ma. Publlih! M., II. II. 15, 'one I. IMI girls] and boys 12 to 14 years Breaux In 1063, is entered in ,
A. All('.. In tlMkHtd rine Reserve unit Call B38 IN THB: COUNTY JttpGEl! COURT! The the event and favorite Johnson rapped a double and
r far ea trw and give : -1911, IN AND FOR IARAKOTA COUNTY old and 15 throuRh 17. an early
NOTICE OF IVTFNTION TO
two three times at
singles
ther. a ehartv ef II in
I Is.fw.:. ... u .. it 'nu reataI Tampa for details. FLORIDA IN PROBATB REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: tournament is 84 holes atroke ( Robert Wilson of Fort
t .gill. fet eerti ", ..,U.. U.'..ft... AVAILABLE IN, SB ESTATE OF The nndenlvned. doeo tirreb* eortlfyUiat play with 18 holes being play Myers won the boys 12-14 class bat. James Kulakowskl had
WRITER GEORGE D. SCUnDKR Dareaurf.Prob. Rullo a T.lo- two In four times
A '.rrir eharae at ll cent, Seeks Private Comfortable he la eonnnrtln singles upend !
I ...u. let ... .' ii.. Genloller P : store South .!. Eli. No. tilt tltlon Repair Relel lertlee builneiiat ed each day. All contestants in 1961 doubled in
. (.. ....... lii reiiiee w> eianin.ea.CLASSIFIED Apply Office Space for NOTICE' TO CREDITORS 101 South Grove a".... Ventae, r torMa .- must be members of clubs in Deadline for entering the Barry Young
In rear, summer Exchange for care. TO ALl, CRKDITORS ANI> PtRSONS under the flrtltlotia name of II.. three trips to the plate.
port HAVING CIAJMS OR PFMANDS Redid and TV Service and that aald good standing with the FloridaMen's tournament Is June 10 and all
taking
DISPLAY some lawn work. Ph. AGAINST SAID fcSTATKl firm i la enmpoted. of the followlni Per- and Women' State Golf entries must be sent to the The Shoppers had b.lle runners
4B8.1W8 Y.. are hmbr notified and .renulredt .... who. namea and place of residence I.
I On* Edition, per Inch S3(04)() SINGLE file anr sit.. or demand which. you are .. follow i Associations. The girl cham. FSGA state office, P O Box on In every Inning but the
Editions Inch ..mi h... wnlnrt the ...,... ofGeorlre Howard C, HcKaln, tut .. Grove ,.. pion will be rewarded with an 5394 Sara sot a. Entry fee Is JS fourth but Deans wa. eble to
Both p.r $3.50 $30 monthly : Misc. For Sale D. rudder,. Dod, late ofSunuioUt Venice. Fla.Ow..hlp.
Armada Rd, County. Fbilda. In the office of M.'. Radio and TV ill-expense trip to the N at. work hi* way out of the
nf H... JOHN T. (GRAHAM SarawUoontf Service la .. follow i lonal Girls Championship. laterin threat He stiurk the last two
LESSON ENDER
_ All elaiiifiad ads payable In FORMAL FUR STOLE Russian ( jM.tet, i In the (100":0., : ." Howard 0. McKaln, IM per eent.Fieri 4 for by
V/lra 11 squirrel det.chabl. Home >t Raranota, Florida' within, .1.< It 06 ,nv 1.0. S. sypIp t. 5hnh the summer P"1' batters out in the .sixth aftera
advance except ei'abliihed Csh.ien PrI.... ermine ...1..... monthe from the dtt. of the of 'h. Ctewlt C.t I. ..d I.. the State Women's golf group. TARPON SPRINGS (AP double and single' put men on
account$ tails, perfect condition.iwinBhlc tint ,biin.Si this Notl-. 550.at. (-oo.tP. *.. to ...1.... A _
JV8T TALL : .Io.OIPofd :: palm tree disrupted H driving second and third
Ph. 474-2387: tk ala,.. nuat be C.ltiw. In the Mid .'10'II....'. 0.diass S TV Allen Miller, Pensac'csl.lJohn ;
..? and I. S'u.l''..t.ls, ..... S-rvloe under the prevalent' of ('h...., Elliott Jr, Ft. Lauderdale lesson being given Mr In thp seventh, Shopping Center .
CANCELLATION AIR tho 51.. .f r..lden.. and pot .111.. 109'.. I.... of Florida Art. or l l.WltneM Fau Gallic Jane Christy Tonkin Police Imded the> banes after
Shuster one
or Dave ,
Boats .ddnI ,, ,
For Sale the Claimant nh.ll he iworn nr hand thslthdstoOM'
ADJUSTMENT room to hr the (Claimant hi* oavnt or attorneri and Bill Harris of Ft. Lauderdale Chief Nick Pappas sod, Mrs nut> Y"unlthen hit o line drive

Requests for cancellation Nassau mer or Call 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom 1111.. e.ahall, ..d be "anr acoompenlH eurh elalm C hr a or II itenand .II. .... all one-handicap play. Tonkin lout control momentarily to thud/ ba
adjustment b of built boat. 8V4'" ft. beam. 130 not eo filed lhall ... void The stepped on the pas instead doubled the base runner off after
or e c a u t a
ford, HP Chris 1111.. fee mar he addrd lo the amount 1M4.Softball of the brake and hit the making the catch to end
.rror flail be ", ad. for Real Estate. Craft engine, day nI iltltn, and elalm forme mar be obtained l I
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE cabin, Ideal for Tarpon fishing. fmm the Countr Judme .?fI. Roundup palm the rame.
Ave. ---------
Phone 488 HARRIET K. StUDPFR.u .
E pm. on Monday. For Monday $800. Frank Walther. 1001 La- Eieeutrlx of the Eo.... tree.YOU 11II

Gondolier BEFORE 5 ATTRACTIVE gun Dr. Tel 488-4408 A'_of, Rmlth Genne! and D. Thorn Snddrr... Plmaeit Babe's PlumbIng defeated Fir* Federaltindewooe ,. .. _, ,_ -.. 5 S< CAN SAVE 0 WAYSOn
H's.
lUit
: -
p.m. on Thursday Apartment. Travel 117 Vonl Went,"" Florid.Ml.ml$ Avenue Rawles' Live Ones, (-3, Thursday Bhlrllnll: Plumbing; :.:=- J 4

conditioned publl.... SO,.. ,. 5. 15. 55. JlU. in Blow-pitch softball action .
: PHONE T......? Ico......,. Auto Insurance
Week month DRIVING TO WISCONSINJune. IN TIll!: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE at the high school athletic Belt If.... ... lot Federal.BMM ass p...>
very ( Take one > two. W. A.Buvhrer TWKLFTH JUDICIAI/ CIRCUIT. field. a. v.ai. I 1. NEW LOW RATES
r r
433-3125 .. ... t M at
Cfclrllnt'e p.m.
IN AND?
FOR
SARAKOTA COUNTY 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
mer months. Gen. Del., Venice. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY In fast-pitch fames Bodag- F..I..........
ELSIE! : 1L CAMPBELL a widow.Plaintiff. er'. Painting abut out First Th......, Mieaaleiredrral 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
... ,,10 .....
bt BhlrHme.
3 BEDROOM Pets Federal Savings and Loan, 8- .. .
..
EanI..ad.salt
water. I "'fLUIJ.!\ !. tlAYJIII: and Css 0.0 17.11 0, and Shirling's Plumbing beat .: 50.,. .... 5.4ear's. a,i.. ....
Real Estate BIRDS UAN1TA M. HAYtJJ. huebanil" But House by 7-4 .. Vwsa.iNsow. 6iuAGENCV
I II clean. Air I BOARDED. Also bird ... nit, Defendant. Englewood a -
I screen porch. supplies for sale. S8-5RK1! NOTICE: OF SUIT score. ( PlteR .

I MANASOTA KEY term or TO NITA WILLIAM M. HAYES.E: HAYB8 84 and Wait JUA-Hod- Jim McLaughlin. Joe Mo- ..... Ch.ppht. Centur .._ W'a 1.V. sRakeS. ___L .
each .
Cord and Dave Cheyne I I
Lost Pinbite
I eon Street, Elmlra. New' York.
i 230 feet on Gulf and Lemon _ You are hereby notified that a Comilalnt rapped out two hits for Babe'sin R..05'UoOs. _, J I r'1iw116 W. Venice Avenue
TRAILVIEW .... .. .. ....,.
to .t for
an
I RING David Far. ... '
SOLITAIRE EMERALD winning cause. .
Bay Over 1000 feet deep. Deed on lot IT and Boat Baeln Lot ana a IrnedabtShoppine Telephone: 488-2289
year. and diamond wedding ringon .. .hown had hit in one official Ceatar ... Usha's.. l p...
I Plus .58 acre submerged In Inaert 0" of the MOBILE: ley one ..
land. Completion of Intra I Automotic Nokomis Beach off pavilion CITY.thereof Unit N. 4, Eubdlvlilon .. per time at bat for Rawles. ?b.d.y's at. VaaI UnIod..e. ..
ditioned. 1000 plat reeordrd In Plat Book t.pare .
Coastal canal should enhance St. Reward. Contact The Gondolier IT, .. the. Publle Reeorde of R... Pacing the Bode er attack 50'r'. .. .Coo'.. .5. 5.Iu. T pm.,
Tampa 'a. Florida, a New Moon Sour- --- -
v lue. Price 175.00: per foot. Tel. 488.1321.LARCH Newspaper. Trailer, 'D..N.. 9.W haa .been filed were Jim Sikora Terry
Terms. ...1... rou and that p.n are required. beer, Lou Kelly and Frank
LegalIN to eervt a oopr of pour an.wer or pleed- Kelly with two hits apiece WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
Call BOB LOWREY, ... Swim 111070
: ins I* the Complaint Plalntlffl attornera
Walter S. Hardin Realty BOONE, HA7EN 18PHORD.ING. Meanwhile Clete Koohns was RAMBLER DODGE
Co. Inc. room THB COUNTY! JtinnBS: COURT P. O. Bo. Ull, Venice, Florida, hurling a one-hitter for Bodag- o/ BIS S. Tamiaml Trail 488.3965-4884150
.
IN AND roa IA1USOTA rnuw'rY.FLORID'
rooms. Very and file the orltlnal Susan or pleadlni' in
P. 0. Box 1610 IN PROBATETNRFThPMt I. th. .111. ., tho elm-b. 01 tho CI..1t er'a. The lone safety came SPECIALIST IN .
mer rates. Court, OIl a. boto. u.. lot d., of July, the first Inning off the bat of WaterAT
Bradenton Florida yearly. Walk rOlllNNI'J' R. aUS0RTCISOEN ".. "It 19., If pou tail 06 do 5.. lud..t b, Tom Rohmann.Jim ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS

Phone: 744-0411 I shopping '........ u.Orsait. rollef will dwad.d.he Oaks'I I. tho..I..t"pl.I.t pc's I'of, Penn and Larry Landry S Repair Lubricate Chauii

come :504 and FINAL NOTlnll DI8C1tARGR 0" OILING or PI'J'I'ITION' JXECUTOR.TO : Too Do.. s.d n4p,4 st esool. .1... had two hits apiece for ShJrlIn'l Warm Mineral Front End Aliqnment Oil Change
Id., thie lath .
dar of Mar 116"W.
Lots For Sale So. After S TMAY A, WYNNF.Llerk while Jim Daugherty Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Beami

NOTICE AI.L IS HOM HEREBY GIVEN rONCERNt: that!: I R.,_.of. the Clreult. Court, slammed out an inslde-the- Wheel Bolancinq Electrical Repairs

LOT, 100x150 ft. Nokomis' MODERN, I,,,ive filed mr 'Inel Mum. ... elecutor. 0" w. R.Catnop O.uaas FI.rida.. park homer for the Bait House. Springs Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard
stores f Ike eitata of Lorlnne R. Mon..oon.d..Hd
D..tp Clook.
Acres on canal. Ph. 4885853. Venice I that I h... filed mr petitionw BOONE, tlAZtoN 'RI'HORDING, THE STANDINGS 12 Milei South of Venice S Radio Repairs Transmission Repair
final din-harm and that I will sO.ply .. .
Au '
lor
PlaintIff H
FAST PITl >
Information to the Honorable John. T. Orahmn.ountr Piked Peso. LOOt Ott.lktia. w L O"US41 Aireonditionmg, Repairs and Installation
Vfvir RrvnrNri: torn Airport.'I Judie of fara..... County Hnr. ,
p. O. >
\!!NJ( II Hl'HISmn rllTFftCALL Boa 1i99. v..i T'k.ids.Pohll.h Bod....'. Palntln I
I.OU JACOBS, 4'..Itlf PARTLY Id. en the of the Ith earn d r.of asS June for final 19U. dli-forannrnal Ju.. I. .. II. U. 1004.

chare-e aa ....u... ef the ...... of2orinne 1MGER
ELK INLET SeawaUed private room { R. Me'I....., deeraeedIII DISTINCTIVE :

boat basins. E L. Kilton, I plus utilities. Boone, tI...,WENULLL* .. I',D.. K1NCAID.

Bayshore Drive Nokomis. I 4886474. V.51 Ekelda:.. Power Florida.* Lubt llulUlo' DREDGINGEverything Real I Estate CornerNew D I


Houses For SaleCBS I TRAILER carport, I Publish I Mar II.TO li,SUPPLIERS II. June 1. 1N4.NOT1CB .

I
CONTRACT FOR INBTA1J,ATION OF
til Nov. 25th. I sERVIcE: CONNBCT1ON8
2 BEDROOMS Florida I Padua Court, FOR TOO w
BNOLFWOOD: : WATER DISTRICT.
tile bath Golden Beach
room
,
ENGLEWOOD, FI OR1DA
section, 828 Roberts St. Business I Sealed propoiala for .I1... of In Dredging EXCLUSIVEON Five Choice Lots In
a..,.. Csu.tkee".111 ... receded
1-' 80R. VIrNI('!! IIAKGAIN.t b, the Ennlewood Wale Dl>trlet until with nice R.R. IN VENICELot South Venice
lid,. .looaho. 1',1..... B..I. I,iM pm. ROT June II, 1K4 at the bedroom 2bath
"1.. of the Endewood Water Dlatrlct Boulevard
JUT CALL. LOU JACOBS. '-" T Corner of Shamrock
I Machines ( 10 Wart Dearborn .t_ Enejcwood, 19 and 20, Block 202 '
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS. Ful. erated) : heir Florida opened. at .which...d.I time then aloud.Specification. "will. .b. pubo CHANNELS screened porch. Wonderful loca- and Linden Road. High '

Iy established home in Yen- like new. Just .o..min, the InaUlIa- KERMIT L. and dry.

let Gardens. 15500. $2.500 if Stationers required., 211 tloa, eontraet of .....1.doramenth. ....' .mar... with.b* examined eoplei tion. Smal I! down payment. Easy MICKLETHWAITREALTOR $1,750.00Martin S

down. Phone 488.4927.EXCEPTIONAL at the office of the Enilewood: Wat
488-6113 Dbtriet, 10 Weet [Dearborn! FILLS terms. For Information call S. Stancik
Enilewood: Florida. 0. asp of the
BARGAIN. s ......, Includlnc blank! bid fo.....
Dressmaking
bedrooms, 2H baths, Fla. ... ......... and aufcmltted with' a 488-6413 4884196INTERESTED 801 Laguna Drive REALTOR'
or
perlei, etc obtained I fmm the
room screened Near : Tel. 488-5443
porch. =of the'E.m Wete Dlltrlet 488-4621 i l
the Gulf. Must sell. $15,000 for na rharta.The .
I .5
Board ef Buponrliora reaenree the
Quick sale. Phone 488-6431. RICHARDSDREDGING
risks to waive Informalltlaa and to re
a-S anr or all bid..
Fropoeal. shall ... preparad, addreH-
,
1J.895 I and .ubmltted. ,litailed .....11.... with
for a fine home in Venice Gar. In.truetlone NI tentS I. ths CO BUILT!
CUSTOM
dens :2 large bedrooms 1H ....... dociimenu.ENGIEWOOD .

biths, den, screened porch 1003 N. B, William R Lothlwlda'07 WATER DISTRICT ? Bay Front Home Boat Dock 2 large bedrooms large

large utility room, Carport, etc. Publliai Board June of 0upervl t and .4.n,1W<. Rt. 2, Box 382A living room with fireplace large screened porch central -

Large corner lot in good loca. heat cypraii panelling built-in stove refrigerator -

tion. Terms. 380 HiUvlew Rd., REGISTER NOTICB!: OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAWB TO Snead Island Road H. N. Wlmmers' Realtor Drapes and rods.terms .

Phone 4832804.ATTRACTIVE The undenlrnrf. da. herebr anti??
Fla.
Palmetto REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
hat tker are eonductlnf a Conmerelal available $22,750.
ROOF Ailatlon bt.in.. at V..I. Airport, e
HOME In nice Alum. v..,... Florida. uader the fletltloua. name Phone 722.1918or Agent for Wartem Union Telegraph'

section of Venice Two bed. Contract orpor.tton.'f Venice, Aer Ina,-M.rlne and that Development IsiS firm Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I FRANK C. RAEBURN

rooms, two baths screened 10 ..010of the fellowlnt po..... 7556467GREEN'S
.
Porch 1001 Noko- Phone wnoee" ..... and plaeea of _101.'.. era CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR.
and carport ... tell,'.)
ml. Ave. So., Venice, 14000. _Stanler. 1....... !II. t 5.. IJ70. N. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 483-1600 488-2649

Low down payment. No closing RUBBER .
costs Call 4886701. der. ,

flee, personal 1IA. FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION

1 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot 4881432. ....... --- Illlll 111111111111111111111111111111111

city water and sewer.
Walk to school and itore. $7.250S9 Male Member Chamber of Commerce) IN BEAUTIFUL VENETIAN GARDENSNEAR MODEL HOME FOR SALE!

per cent below cost! Call DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Including carpeting and draperies

438-1510 after 4 or weekend FORMER LAKE EAST VENICE AVE., CITY OF VENICE
and Air Conditioning
fou ((4) days Heating Air Conditioned Barrel Tile R<3*>

Acreage For Sale for on. Heating & Air Conditioning Installations Furnished 2 Bedrooms Bath a Living Room Kitchen C 2 Bedroom 2 Bath I Oveniie; Garage

plus lar credits the added Gas Ranges Wafer Hooters Dining Area. 8500.00 with 10'. down. Balance low monthlypaymanto. Immediate Occupancy 17500.

MAKE!: OFFER of two weeks Free Estimaiss! TERMS NO CLOSING COSTS

California in No Job Too Big or Too Small HARLEY G. WHITEAKER
200 feet on both Gulf and Venice Ph. 488-2271! GULF REALTYPH.
Lemon Bay. 1000 feet deep. 1911. Tampa 263 Sn Trail I P. 0. Boo 1357 Phone Evenuigi

Submerged land. Increased Venice, Fla. 488-3562

ctivlty predicted for ManeIOta Help INSTALL 48473 JU S. TRAIL, VENICE 111111111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IIlIlIIllllIlllllIIIlIIIIIIIII!

Key ai Intra Co..t.leanal -. ., ,....... ___ ""
progresses. Owner' ACTIVE REAL (4f
other Interests necessitates wants WEATHERTRONTAWJ

sale of this very desirable estate .

land. Box 746. ;, ALL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP INTERESTED? This Space OWNER MUST SELL!

Call BOB LOWERY JOB 3 Bedroom 2 baths, Screened

Walter S. Hardin Realty Porch, attached carport, Oil LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD LIVED N 3 MONTHS

Co., Inc. Q. a heat AvailableFor 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Central Heating Air Condition-

Bradenton.P. O. Box Florida 1610. HEATING 105 East Aurora \\nq Tarrano Throughout Screened Porch Enclosed

Phone: 744-4011 Interested in $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH. Your Garage Large Hioh Dry Lot Walking Distance of
ma ient Job? Shopping Center. EXCELLENT LOCATION!

pentry N. WIMMERS
$16,200.
CGOUNO
Rentals Good SalI
vancement REALTOR Real EstateAdvertisement i
$2,500 DOWN NO CLOSING COST
VICE COTTAGE APTS. $60 only between : : CORP 221 W. Miami Ave.
furnl 488-5308 928 Riviera St., Venice Ph. 4884J86v
and $75 mo. Completely $10- South end 744 Venice Ava. E. Venice, Fl. 483-5359 .
hed. Also sleeping room Venice
Wtek. Nokomi Ph. 4882422.




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MONDAY" '
PAGE EIGHT THE SONBOCTEK 3UNE T 1964W


.-- / W Van Keuren Will I-At UDC End-of-Season- Will Install Officers Meeting I




va M H Jones Mrs John L E:\n
meetIng -
For the closing season
Head Honor GroupJames I of Col. John A. File Chapter ly and Mrs Mary Bn ttiu.ll. ,
United Daughters of the Finance, Mrs. Hugh Kef"mr:
I ...111. Mrs, D. A Kearns and Mib
Confederacy; a luncheon --
Van Keuren was Installed After the program refreshments t'8 given at Angus/ Inn, 3709 Francis L. Scott; SunshineMrs I
Blackshear and Mrs.
June J, H
Tamiami Trail, on
North
of the
as president served.
were Mason, Radio Mrs
\ 1 Golden V Chapter of National 13, at 12:30 p.m. Florence
M H. Jones; Southern music,
? w Honor Society at candlelight Mrs B. F. Green, ex-presl
dent will install the following Mrs, Bernice Pond and Mrs. t
services Tuesday at Venice
officers for the 1964-1968 year: Hugh Kefauver, and Southern
High School Cafeteria by Miss
Diane Mrs. J. M Christie, president; poems, Mrs B. F Green
dent. Mrs. Hugh Kefauver, vice- Delegates to the general
? president; Mrs Luther Le- convention will be Mrs J. M ""
.n k Other new officers installed Gette, second vice-president; Christie and Mrs J. H Black- f
i iI iI
f were: Misses Carole Austin, Mrs John L. Early, recording shear and alternates, Mrs M. I I
vice-president, Pam Payne, secretary; Mrs D A, Kearns, H Jones and Mr. J. M Richardson I I
1 : i aecretary; Bev Elss, treasurer, corresponding secretary; Mrs MISS KAREN
-.A.., ....... .. ... .._ ......-. ., and Susan Murphy, historian J. H. Blackshear, treasurer; Delegates to the division B. CALRI\j
AMONG THE 48 GRAY LADIES who received nine years, and Mrs Francis Rycroft, 11 Guest speaker for he evening Mrs F. G Darsey, historian, convention will be Mrs J. M Karen
service awards at a tea here last week years, who is being given her pin and bar by was Cope Garrett head Mrs J. M. Richardson, registrar Christie and Mrs, O W Hil. Calkins
I were recipients of 11. nine and five year pins Mrs Gearge P. Spear Jr, chairman of supporting of admissions at New College, ; Mrs M H Jones, ton and alternates, Mrs M H.
I j and bar They aie. left to right MM Paul services of Sarasota American Red who spoke "on Guldeposts for chaplain and Mrs Francis L'- Jones and. Mrs Francis L. Receives Degree

Taylor, five years, Mrs. S. C Turkenkoph, Cross Chapter the Future. Scott, recorder of crosses Scott. .
Miss Lenhart presented her Committees will be: historIcal Officers reports will be given From MarquetteMiss

officers with corsages and Mrs. F. G Darsev, MrsJ Jefferson Davis birthday
South Ladies Blackshear and Mrs. D. and Flag Day will be observed Karen
County Gray iijoke briefly on their contribution H. B Coin,
Credential, Mrs J. The first fall meeting will be daughter .
to the Society during the F. Green; I of Mr a, ,1 .
11 year while expressing her M. Richardson, Mrs H B on Oct. 14, the place to be announced In Calkins of 701! Tel!

thanks for their cooperation Mims and Mrs F G. Darsey; later. Drive, will graduate SUnda

Receive Awards At Coffee' Miss Mildred McAmis! NHS Publicity, Mrs. J. M Christiein from Marquette University ,
& sponsor, was presented with a I Sarasota and Mrs. E. B Guild AnnouncesPrograms i Milwaukee, Wis "
VME3: VAN KErREN Roberts in Venice; Parlemen U. S. Atty Gen
officers Robert
gift by the
retiring .... r,
of Visiting Nedzel Miss Antoinette Ozuro- tarlan Mrs Forrest Wise and .ll'ft.
A morning!! cuff'e humoring er. supervisor county u.cuj will deliver the .
Gray Ladies In South Sarasota ': Nurses Assn.. and Miss vich, Mrs Evelyn Palmeter, Memorials, Mrs Francis L Workers mencement address. com.
I
County on Mat 2o in the Sara. Jean Matheson county supervisor Mrs Elizabeth Peterson Mrs. I Woman's Club Has Bridge Game Scott, Introduction of new commit. Miss Calkins will receive W
sots Federal Sat ms( and Loan of secondary education Jennie Pfeuffer, Mrs James Also public relations! : Mrs and diploma in dental hygiene
Man. community room was attended Gray Ladies Volunteers have Ponder, Mrs Louis E. Prost, Mrs. J. Lynn Wiley and Mrs 1 p.m. at the recently air-conditioned tee chairman of for announcement the will return here after corn and
by approximately 75 served in area school clinicsfor Mrs. Edna Taylor, Mrs Helen W. S Wolf will be the hostesses club room on !Harbor Esthers MeetIn programs will be main items coming of mencement to take her Slate
honorees, guests and Sarasota the past six jears They are Umstead, Mrs. Evelyn Web- for the social bridge gameat Drive. business year the agenda of boards In July
County American Red Cross trained under the Sarasota ster, Mrs. Mary Wheeler, Mrs on Her sister Miss J'U[1 Callini
Sarasota
representatives Chapter of the American Red Charles Wolf and Mrs Edward the Venice-Nokomis Wom Door prizes and refreshments Epiphany Guild at its meeting, who( receives her d'n'omi'!

Mrs. George. Sneer Jr., Cross and !given orientation Wolfe. an's Club on Wednesday at will be served Members Esthers of Venice will meet church tomorrow hall at 1:30 North p.m.Harbor in the Venice High School on Friday It;

ehirman of county Red Cross training by the local VNA at and their guests are Invited. m the private dining room of Drive on will fly to Mil* JUl.; t on Sat
their chosen schools by Miss Morrl on's Cafeteria South for
introduced urdav the ate '' Also
supporting Mrs. Paul services Taylor. county Matheson I Fifteen Brownies Advance In June the Venice Area Free Gate, in Sarasota on Wcdncs Get acquainted, know your from here V.IU 1] be Mm attending (-
Public Library will sponsor a div neighbor, and farewells; for the Calkins' brother
Gray Ladv chairman who then In addition to Mrs. Rycroft and:! "; introduced the chairmen of awards went to: I To Junior Girl Scout Rank story hour and the Venice.Nokomis Members hlnll transportation I summer months will be the law. Mr and His Nioi Calk.
each school. Nine year bar: Mrs S C. I Woman's Club is donating t hould be at Masonic Tem. program for-..the day Ins.

field These of are Nokomis: Mrs Edith Elementary Esgle- Turkenkoph Five year bar: Mrs. Paul Fifteen girls of Venice i names inscribed in fore 't the club room for this purpose pie Cars at 11 will a.m)leave promptly at --G 1!: 'It- _. 1.IJ_ "_.}_r.,,,,

Brownie Troop 240, under the I Teen, the two Girl Scout col- I Particulars will be released I 11-r. ant e'iii i ling! to Mr
School Mrs. Jean Mills, of Taylor.
;
I Venice Elementary School, Four year chevron: Mrs guidance of Mrs. Louis A. Jac- irs later this week. I Ruth Conk 'n. ci I rotary THE SALE

Mra. Jennie Pfeuffer of Venice Louis Benedetto and Mrs. obs and Mrs. Bradford Smith, YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOX
received their wings and
Junior High School: Mrs George Clark pro- c
George Crompton, of Venice Three year bar: Mrs Joseph motion into Junior Girl Scouts :
Senior High School: Mrs Barone, Mrs Edith EftRle I I on Tuesday at St. Mark's Episcopal HELENA SHOP
George Clark of Englewood field Mrs. Lorrie Irving Mrs Church parish hall.
The following Brownies participated r Venice Ave. at Nokomis Ave
Elementary! School and Mrs. Jean Mills Mrs Irma Porter,
i John Detchemendy, of Epiphany Mrs Eugene Rayburn, Mrs. in the candlelight ceremony + 2 RACKS DRESSES GREATLY REDUCEDI
School. Mary Sagen, Mrs J. W Shan- :
Awards were presented to 46 non, Mrs. Elizabeth Strelch and Debra Banes Gayle Banes. I Table,

Gray Ladles for service ranging Mrs Fannie Trefethen Bernice Becker, Diane Barone r SHOES SWIMSUITS
from one year to 11 years. Two year bar: Mrs. Eliza Rodella Cowan, Judv Halback
Recipient: of the 11 year pin beth Caldwell Mrs Pete Con- Kathy Hardee, Gayle Jacobs, SEPERATE SPORTSWEAR BARGAINS
and award was Mrs Francis over, Mrs. Robert Hardee Mrs I Lee Ann Raymond Laura i Thursday Friday Saturday
Rycroft of Epiphany School. W. E. Horton, Mrs. Elizabeth I Rose, Stephanv Sandler, Stephanie rr JUNE 4 JUNE 5 JUNE 6

Mrs. Jean Mills and Mrs McCarthy, Mrs. L, M Selzer Smith, Debra Stenhons.! 0 ktH ..
Spear were In charge of refreshments and Mrs Joyce Van Pelt, I Tonya Stikeleather and Jane i "" :MWl" i. .. ,.,..........c'm

One year bar: Mrs Lorraine cbrand.
Among the truest were area Allard Mrs Hazel Austin, Mrs. I Special tokens of aplrerta;
principals and secretaries; George Crompton, Mrs. Betty tion were presented to Mrs 1 seC \ Af rev
Miss Alice Cutler' executive Dabbcrt Mrs. Margaret Fox Guy Hose, Mrs. Paul WiPiion I
director of Sarasota Red Cross 1 Mrs. Joseph Gerard, Mrs. Mar Mrs Robert Hardee and Mrs. 'ilvWrLl rdANNIVERSARY
f Chapter House: Mrs Bin Her- ,caret E Haley Mrs. Edward Charles Halback for assiitinc ? OFFER
'1 son, county Red Cross directorOf I Jones Mrs Helen Moloney Mrs. Jacobs and Mrs. Smithon iVi.F1FTF1 :J :
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..
...
volunteer M.">. I.ti"? oi,\"- Mri Ti\ Murphy Mrs. Anna numerous occasions -- --- -- "I- Your of The Year!
I Mrs Charles Cowan and

II Mrs Robert Lee assisted wile ;N RRO\'.' IES from Troop 2,0 'flew" Junior left to relit I .re Diane Bnlont'i Ra- WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY SPORT SHIRT
GOP Women End Season refreshments The center piece I to juror: Gn Scout rank at special ceredclla L:>JV., ,in. Dec a B.r.; and Ju", h' Hal. -YOU MAY BUY ONE OR MORE PAIR OF THESE
I was sheet cake in pale yellow monks Tu. day at the parish hall of St back, shr, in with le.dpu, Mrs A. Bradford SLACKS FOR
II t With Picnic Wednesdayif and' each one of the girls Marks_ EpIscopal Church, Four of the new Smith and Mrs: Louis Jacobs, right,

.' I $$17.95

t The Women's Venice-Nokomis Club will Republican close- dues our," members she said send in their I The .Men's S''Sop I, Celebrating! 3rd irnivrsy I

1 the season with an outdoor picnic I "The club won first prizes Reg $$22.50Limited
I Warm Mineral ,
at Springs I last year for its political scrap !
:r from 10 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. on ,book, for the best Political /l offer
Venice is fast becoming /
a
;/ Wednesday. 'Education Program, and for
Luncheon price of $1.60 Includes the paid.up membership in its self.contained community. Its ( JUNE 1st
tremendous growth in the
admission to the facilities category," said Mrs Busbey. mar
of the Springs, and a canine field leave the bin i r ThruJUNE
..J The ]local club was then in with little. need ,, +
chicken dinner served in the or no to A 20hS+11
th
competition with more than '
restaurant at the convenience Llsiwhereith< ut creating I
of the guestsBeginning 60 Republican Women's Clubsin dog'eat-dog competitive itn <- RememberHIM
Florida and the number of
at this meeting an phere the shopping areas h "' "
t clubs has increased since that i
expanded in proportion to t ,'
.+;] effort will be m'de by MM '
time residents demands, who fi d t
Margaret D'is cepre=i-1-nt I
and her a'<:sLr'i to collect There will be no meet:ngs in not only a wide selection and
.. the 1964-55 dues: 'Jf <1. to dos t ts July or August variety of consumer goods to : ON
the collection on July 1- I Those attending the Warm choose from but a market key !
t "If we ac,"< i-."' ,h ,,1,'s, we Mineral Springs: outing are requested cd to the pocketbooks of each I '
will receive an : ird" said to bring their member income bracket DayJUNc

I Mrs Busbev ",:p von this +I ship cards for admission. It was Just three ;years ago i a"1W da! a
'
ji ward last \ gar md ire pre The club will reconvene on that Bob Miles took over the
we"Nt
I paring to u In it aemn this year Wednesday, Sept 2. Men's Shop on West Vent" i THESE SLACKS ARE OF
f, s Avenue. The store had b n ry 'a. r AN IMPORTED FRENCH
owned and operated by Charles DESIGN.
Perkins and Clayton Walter
for about eight years 'Wien: I! 'Ii All anyone can see ii <
FABRICS SALE I took 0\cr." Bob expl.iln! fl I neat trim waistline be-

felt it was best to continue t, k i.. cause there n no belt,
operate in much the a m' buckle or bulge.
.i T manner We had .saleable me sit
chandise but I felt that in V..w FOR A NEW TREAT IN

..1 ,, of the area's growth the demands SLENDERIZING COM
201 of the community indicated FORT FROM WAIST TO
a need for a change. 'r CUFF TRY THESE

As a "feeler" Miles In December SLACKS TODAY,
o of 1962, put in the
n Sansabelt slacks with the imported Reg. $22.50
OFF French waistband that

proved to be an inovation in $17.95
----- now
Ii'z' ( Fabrics Only ) men's styling These beautifully VARIETY, STYLING AND 'SLRVICE-three out" in the latest high.styled men's sport
.' tailored slacks were the specialties of The Men's Shop on W Venice jackets. A large selection of men' slacks
0 COHAMA first to be found in the Venice I I Ave which is celebrating its third anniversary can be seen In the foreground These are Just
.
I 45" area. If !it was a risk i it today. Don Pattison, vice president and a few of the complete selection of merchandise "' rs Aaaa .i'r W
i was also a challenge becausethe II Paul Harmon, salesman, "check each other and accessories to be found in the store ,.7'
A wideDacron.Colton price range of the slacks .' /' I
p; Blends was, though not expensive fora '. ,
excellent of I sports shirts were becoming Hotel, and the Arcade Build lie" He added "What I'm trying ,. \ I
't o GALEY & LORD really, more expensive piece than apparel the I' less and les the fashion as ing in which the Men's Shoois to say is that we want I I .

i harpoon Cloth 45" wide Men's Shop had previously offered 1 acceptable attire for either located, Bob said knew he every customer to be fully satisfied '. ,?t. iIL
c guest or host. Business !
suits
was 'barking up the rlgnt 1""We
its customers They were
vak-ss! to $1.98 appeared coordinated wit l t n tree" Venice
yd. residents indicated have made a study of
tremendous' and
a success are
I 4 H 'r o KLOPMAN still one of the biggest retail I shirt, tie and suitable .accessories they wanted more formal the necessity of 'selling service1
This REVOLUTIONJ
became what Bob .
items in demand, Miles said clothing they wanted rather than Just merchandise ,
I Iwz
I Whipped Cream calls the "dress of the day' better line of clothing. It was ," Bob explained. "It is on (
I N'o 100,/. Dacron 45" wide the summer of 1962 there I In this light, and with this then that Hart, Schaffner and this theory that we feel the SLACKS!
t no store in this area that in mind, l IN
the Men JL
I { s Shop turn. Marx men's suits, sports coats entire backbone of our opera
$ Reg. 2.49-2.93 yd.SEERSUCKERS carried a better quality ofmen's ed another mile atone and and slacks became a permanent tlon is based We want each
shoes Again Bob indicated added Palm Beach suits, sport and best selling line customer to be satisfied and Hidden inside the want, the

1 I : f' DRIP DRY PRINTS his farsightedness by coats and expanded in general The prices ranged, as they do we, in turn, feel that we're f unique all-way stretch bond:.
adding Florsheim Shoes (on an to meet the growing local on all the merchandise from t breathe with you.
fully
equipped to meet his
i'N! 0 DENIMS CORDUROY order basis) to the stores growing market. Florsheim shoes 'ae- very reasonable] to more expensive. needs with clothing and accessories J "th you -

!i i!II' BROCADES VELVETEENS inventory of famous brand came an "in-stock" item to ." ....
j I name merchandise As the inventory further Implement the trend toward In February The Men's Shop Bob became a permanent hand'
: '. -;- I of the Men's Shop more formal dress Incorporated with Bob Miles resident here in 1961, coming Available fn' a wide selection In
I. .
}
did its list of customers wool.
FREEAdvance qrew so With all the and
I rapid growth as president and general man from Ft. Knox, Kentucky. He tome shades of Creaks
I ? as well as its need for Bob said, "we needed some ager, Don Pattison as vlce- resides at 209 S. Marco Dr.
1 Pattern with more apace. It was then that thing else a capable assistant president and sales with his wife
manager Jane
Mary
; P' lam'-. + ea each $1 or more purchase: I me Arcade entrance was addedto became 'must. In and and
a advertising manager. three children iri
t C r ()) the shop as well as air .con this we found the answer in No one could have summed Associated with him at the ,2IlRett's hop
Take Your Pick Ij !
; 1'I I' ka ditioning and an on-the site! Don Pattison who Joined the up the "legacy of success" local store are two well known
tailor shop which is run by firm as a partner and was more aptly than Bob when he local men, Paul Harmon, form
? : John Scagllone, a tailor of formerly associated with said Ave
j 1':1, ( a quite simply, "We under erly employed by the previous 225 W. Venice
than 40
more years experience local
savings and loan associa stand the necessity of selline owners and a Floridian'
DEL'S SEWING CENTER and Bob said "An
ai accomplished Won in the Venice area 'service' rather than merchandise from Indianapolis Ind.. and Phone 488-1620
I one"Bob With the new partnership established This is the theory that wr Frank Wolnnskl, who loined
r !I In W Venice Ave. Ph. 488.380J then noticed that the which had always feel is the backbone of the entire the staff last October iftcr de I. FLOk....
I "I n( n'r were now dr Inc .ir ''del:! his fsth$r Walter operation, the tmprr I I ;ding there was a r nr VENICE ,

t #0 up Th Bermuda short and Miles, owner of lobe N Patio wt alrive \to make on the pub climate than Owego N, y. ,I.

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JUNE r, W4
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THE GONDOLIER' !PAGE NINE

Caudle, Miller Red or Yellow -
hrr { Kobeys Shoestring


11 On WSC Baseball Hawaiian Punch 3 *o::. $1. Potato Sticks can tall We

1 F&P Flavor/
: Perfect Smooth or Crunchy S WI'ft'.
All-Star Teamp

: fruit Cocktail 303 19t Peanut '.
rUDIJ Butter i 39cArmour's
',?, r Terry Caudle and cant j
''IIf 'd'.r' Carl Miller repre Van Camp Delicious
M A
R K B S/ Star
,'\l Venice High School on the T

tjf 11'0"r(,1.f h, ulion ence relt" .of sed All the.Star yesterday White baseball Sands byI'DI" Y: Pork & Beans %: : 19c Vienna Sausage S is: ; $1.PRICES .

'1 C Bryant of Palmetto -
,I I t. secretary of the con
,'- EFFECTIVE

: or, ''JI ,the Hirh second league straight chamon MONDAY TUESDAY, (hurl,/ specials .

t,, five WEDNESDAY Pilllbury's
I' placed on the to ,
f
{,dr rr nd" team Southeast while each River are JUNE 1.2-3, 1964 Caramel-Nut Roll "P;a. 39

,,t ted! by four players. ', Lucky WhipDessert
i', ,v ''to gained three berths a y ..
t'i the 18.man squad -r ) Topping :: 49 t:'
The complete roster1: _
I Sarr+ota: Larry Pritchard ,1 t (Iplm 50 ..t.. loss 4*{ OTM SMMP *iU wn* afrozen >
Jj-errv Barton Wavne Garrett '
j m Walters and Jim Cafaro foods o
[southeast Rob Garst Jim '
,, j t Patio Combination
food. Terry Maglness and h
idle Gaskins. Mexican '
t Dinner i39
Riverview Scooter Whit .
,rd. Tom Sicks Ronnie An. Green Giant Baby
'fii and Buddy Stiles
p.1mettoJayme Curl John V' Brussel Sprouts. plT 39
,"chal and Tommy RutglesVm'ce y o ,1 ''' Sara Lee Butter
1 t P
Terry Caudle and )2x..

art Miller Joifii produce lane PoundCake . tg. 79*
,, (IPIw 50 wM Irw J..Jl GraM Seeps wlttt awraadr

Venice Lions WinOverVeNoBank
a
[ Yi'
? rf, Largo Florida PascaleIey


In GLL 'Action n stalk 5c

I Venice Lions had to stave off 0 .
I laet-ditch rally by a deter-
Allied Venice.Nokomls Bank
tram Wednesday night to wint
>elr third straight victory In
I gulf Little League Junior division 4 I aRaalrJ
second half play, They have ;
ort once. The score was 7.5,
pith all of the Bank runs comr .
| ( In the top of the final infant CLIP ANDREDEEM \
r
j
i I The Lions scored a run In the THESE
r f-st, second and third Innings
.id then came up with four in VALUABLECOUPONS SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER.GROWN PROSWIFT'S PREMIUM
J j 1'1'fourth to lead by a 7.0 mar. \ INSPECTED
fn. which did not change in SHIPPED GOVT. INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE"FRYER
IHe fifth as they failed to add
FRESH NOT
their total. FROZEN
Ji
\ In the top of the sixth the huc t eaksd7
fank combined a Lion error e omEF lEAm50 QUARTER
SALE"
end five base hits-one a home 1 +
,I run bv Mark Koenlg to nnrinr e ( Green Stamps
the margin to the final 7-5 e.*aq sa.si.4'adJk ;
rountJ SwiN'PremluN Sliced.
>0
J Young. Homers Twice (<=> NEW ENGLAND LOAf "-0'. pkg, 49.r1 IAT with lb.
j Extra base hits were the ordIf" .. .. ribs r -'
1anrJ 101. Jun. .. IU.. r:;;:,
of the day ait the Lions ham. _
'Wrd out two home rum- /L bd OOOOOOOOOOODQQQQ]
I|nth hy Mike, Young "and
\tree| doubles off the offering! rX I T i S Shore is
ft Tod! Twlgg They added sixImr'na _..:,.O u FREE UUUJ" 53
J to run their hit total to
7' fur thp (fame. Dnvld Knott Green Stamps 4
Jarry Burris and Young< each ..,4. Alt flovptn.nij,ur hoM"l| ; ,d /
two safeties Burrls.
LUCKY WHIP DESSERT TOPPING $t'r Ib,
rummy Pitcock and Lester
all doubled 9'i-01. con 49c

H.ntlpr Bank it was Jef : 'mB sk
lead In" the nttack with OOO OQQQQ'2"Q' ;
Of the seven hits
B ikers collected off Eu I Ib a fiJ'4 a I I
te ne Fowler! there were Koen 50 x Ef lrEAm50
I homer and doubles bv Pen
Randy Joeckle and Mike Tasty Stick Style
'e.r: J" Green
neeFuwler smps
., BRAUNSCHWEIGER 39
and Twigs! went the A An awKl n
route on the mound. Both regfrel 10 SARA LEE
"' six strikeouts and both 10 12.01, pkg. 79c 'k '
Issued only one walk. ,I...... "'"" June I. I....
r::;:,
l)0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 Q A t .


Jprrr Urankar

,''rinnpr LV'VGAFlag' SOruEf lf Am50J" )() "


Tourney ( Green Stampsmmmmm
r11 An awls rIwdaN/h
Class! "A" honors In the 18-
Me division of play In the flag SUAVE FOR WOMEN
liumment, held Wednesday moll size 69c plus tax / q, L'' +
ft Lake Venire Golf Club hvl"it ILeuN wNn tun. A IJf/l P'i: J. a5 l
Lake Venice Women's Golf 8,)0 O Q
mn went to Jerry Urankar.
Runnerup In Class "A" was
live Arnell Taking honors In somEF leA: 50J"
toss "R" were Marie Reich-
rk and Terry Hatton with a '
( Green Stamps
mot and second respectively.
...
at
aA an trIN rdJ d'
, Irene Bryant was on in the
*Vie division Clull "A while VASELINE HAIR TONIC
He* Stewart And Grace Tom- giant rise 79c plul tax / ,
I n''m tied for second WN. v
Fi'd' In Class "B" was Flornc S'LOOi' iWwBlPWomEXTRIIO
!Ttoatty' Ida Peake was 0 1
see ,d\ Class 'C' winner was
Ar, i Yarer with Edith West
'si the runnerup : / / 1 E I /
0
J1l Green Stamps
cub. tftn CAuptM..4 pwdiut dl
Lemon? Bav Vets
DASH DOG FOOD

Slate Meeting 6 toll 9Se
cam
BORDEN'S
r.: ''h.,... wN_ Jun. I. 1KN' '
ENGLEWOOD The armu '' I
II 1 general membership meet ')OOOOOOOOOOOOOO O half gale ; % Venice Shopping Center50mEtlfEA

'". of the Lemon Bay Veterans I C E A
Club. Inc will be held June O SO Store Hours
B :
18 at 8 p.m,. with club presl-

dent All Age Lemon Skiolvlg!Bay presiding Port members e71/ Green Stamps 29c M A R N R i i ,j Mon. Fri. 8:30-9:00: :
and all ladies of the aux I wA An aupl r/Mdwel ;
IliaI' are urged to attend this FREEWAX FLOOR WAX MilK Sat. 8:30 -7:00:
important session, to he held In 26'oc. can 99c
J" lesion headquarters. ,Iln/inM. 101"'_ JYna iN11' 1
On the agenda of the meetin OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S
nil he the annual election of
"x members of the board of di-

rectors The Veterans Club Inc. is a 50mEfTEAm50 50mE FREE 50 50me FREE uo 5O 50 UVV FREE "UUU"5


real American Englewood 1 estate Legion corporation Post 276. of of \0\ Jll/ Green wA. An a.Y/a.4 Stamps ardwh ; I Jfti l Groon.....,"_....Stamps.4...dI_... I r J". Green Stamps. ; I J7/l Goon....110I.-.Stamps.

JACK 0' LANTERN MASHED YAMS C t B ORANGE MARMALADE MODESS SANITARY NAPKINS Regular 5ANKA INSTANT COFFEE

Guerdon To SpeakAt \\0 2 303 ., 29c ,..3.,..16-ox.. ...... Jun jars* 1.$1>.../, EJ ,2 12-c pk9 89e, I.n.rM 5-0.. WNy lor!wm$1.15 a. 1N//

Orchid Orchid Society MeetingVenice mem- SLQ.Q.QlQlO OOOOOOQQ.QS. E1 000000000000000000. .. li la 81)00000000000000000) EJ S_OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S

here will hear a talk by Riche --
"d Guerdan, Sarasota ,,1row carey's chicken of -lives pompeii- swifts meats final touch praise
er on Orchid
"Planning your
Collection"meeting Wednesday at the at groups 7:30: p. shaker salt sea chunk tuna pet food olive oil for babies fabric softener beauty bar


SarMota m at the Federal community Savings room and of! 2 ?; 25' 3 ;t\ _, $1 1 2. ;', 29' 4........ 21' 3 .",".. 79' Id-a.... 47' 2 ...Ih. 39' t ti i

Loan The Aasn Everglades ..._.. ._._. __._..__. .. -. .. -
Mub's recent r.
field trip will ba discussed.
II IIIONDAY





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I ( By ?E. KROCrA Gardens Summer OfferedAduIts Classes Teen-agers WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE Seek THINK Summer Work Nokomis By MART ALICE Nettings MURRAy;;; I



We all remember our former credit for doing this deed. Awe I Phone ISS-M39

Postman Mr. Millard Hogen- know palm art like elephants The Sarasota Community 3.et
camp on Bridge Street, who at they can take a lot of School will offer several cIa.. Mr and Mr*. C. N (Cap) "with" the children
times wore a collar to help re- water. Through the efforts of es for adults this fummer In- w BUG Stevens have their daughter, I children once again and CI1r4.
lieve the pain in his neck and Dr. Salt and Mr. and Mrs. WU the areas of Business Education Mrs. Joyce Hawthorn, andgrandson --
back, not knowing the real liam Thompson who live at the I and Homemaking Educe. 3.64 e Y--,2..4 W 1 / Bobby, with them Dr. and Mrs. Earle
cause. On the 18th of this entrance furnishing the water,, Hon. from Atlanta Ga., for a coupleof Nokomis East Bltttp
month he was admitted to the we owe. a lot of thanks to eau Classes in Business Education 6 M T w eT 7 n s s week When picking her up tomorrow for, their are lu\n.! _
.
hospital in Sarasota to have fin people. home
in all enjoyed
Tampa they a Fisher'
will include! Landing,
bookkeeping, N. Dot
some tests and a Lumbar ;X- trip to Busch Garden. What will first Y.
typing, and Gregg shorthandand 2 3 4 5 l visit with
ray was made. They found he will meet 8 interested Mrs. Stevens mostwas daughters In then hit
each
has a ruptured disc He was WWI District Tuesdayand c.st.rtt
the wondrous variety of to their
J
Thursday 7 to 10 summer
released on the 22nd to remain pm.from eottin, k

I at home until June 1. He will Meet Held Here the: air-conditioned June 0 through July McIntosh 30 in 121 ,. birds flowers betide at Busch the Garden beautiful. All Thousand Jlytheyusethefaclle Islands N Y. A t
be admitted again this date 20
on so well worth seeing i
Student Center. Harry Chalk
and an operation will be performed Cmdr Bernard Milligan of! have al riller' \
on June 2. We wish him Fort Myers and other new of. Sewing classes in both General 29 -o- s Landing The Ch.lkl'leD
success and any information I fleers of Third District Veterans Clothing and Bishop Method The Art Alhauaens have had their car garaged end t raw""
receive, I will let it be known of WWI were installed! at Clothing construction will their daughter Mrs. Raymond port them from the
through this column. the group's meeting in Venice meet each Tuesday and Thursday Fuller and her daughter Suzanne "where" they live 'just oft' Cluulk4j!

-oWe Sunday afternoon.Eighteen from 1):SO to S'SO: p.m. and their friend. Miss place They will hew a kevy
J are happy to have Mr. of the 20 district and from,7 to 10 p.m. !in Rooms Suzanne Goettels, with them Ail summer I km sure
I' and Mrs. Arthur H. Ruland units and their respective auxiliaries (14 and 730 respectively for the peat week or more. All --

,\ from Lancaster ounty, Pa to were represented Classes will be offered by the three drove down from Syracuse The article called Pilou *
j be In our midst again. They among the 106 delegates. The Sarasota Community School atLaurel N. Y. They are long-ttme Pensacol in Sundsr't
are staving now with Mrs. meeting was held at the community Center! this including friend, Miss Goettels being of the All Florida M.r
summer -
the assistant in the University brought back fond iBtSgl
Adolph Nib on Neptune Drive room of First FederalSavings Upholstery on Tuesdayand
They have been visitors here and Loan Assn. Thursday from 7 to 10p.m. ---- of Syracuse Branch of the Syracuse me. My brother, the late .7\.
the past few years. On the way Host group were Venice Slipcovers and Draperies Public:: Library and Mrs. mlral George D. Murray m!
here they visited their son and I Area Barracks TS4 and its Aux- on Mondays and Wednesdays By EUGENE GILBERT the girls and four per cent of style and )possibly a car, which Fuller being employed in the was In the second cluY toi.

daughter and families in Byron liary with Charles Worstall from 7 to 10 p.m., and General I President Gilbert Tenth. the boys are seeking jobs as seem to be essential to a status secretarial division of the university to He Tying held school .t Pennroip
Ga. and Mrs. E. J Noland in Sewing on Tuesdays from I to Research waiters or waitresses. Office seeker.;' pilot's license ZZ *
Ire the U. S.
-- charge 12 ..m. 'Jobs are very popular with the The girl are naturally even Young Suzanne took only her! Navy md was ?I\o!\
Mr. and Mrs. Ced Logan on France girls, almost one-fourth of more interested in clothes. two years out of high school to mending officer of the Kvii
Reupholstery will again be Most teen-.gen want to find out that Air Station
Neptune Drive received word whom want such employment. Thirty-four per cent of the a college degreeIs twice during h1a
Sunday a very good friend of Charlotte, senior Tfce-com- offered in Englewood on Monday spend the summer working. Many of the teens are experienced. young women plan to spend on a necessity these days to get career of 45 yean In the 11I1'7.
theirs, Mr. Charles Oakley, of mander; Arthur Wells of Bred. and Wednesday from 7 to Eighty-two per cent of the Sixty-seven per cent of the wardrobe Jody Berg, IT, the 'Job most sought after, so He set II" what I. now krone
South Milwaukee Wis, had entnn. 'Junior! vice-commander; 10 p.m. 1387 boys and girls w* quesoned the boys held down jobs last of Boone Iowa is typical. "I has decided and been acceptedat a* Air Training Command at t

passed away. Mr. and Mrs. William Shepard of Port Char-I Registration fN for airy one recently about summer year, and 38 per cent of the need some new clothe to startto the university starting this Pensacola.
Oakley were winter visitors otte. quartermaster; Walter of the courses la $3,00 with the plans want to find a job. Thirty.six girl,. school," she say, and adds, year Good luck to you, Suz I knew a good many of tha
here and made many friends Rankin, junior adviser; Walter student purchasing hit own per cent already had a Most of the young people45per "I love to spend money" anne. flyers who jw. In the pctur,
They rented a cottage in Englewood Smith of Port Charlotte, chap- looks and materials. If you are job lined up and another 58per cent-expect to put some Typical of those who plan to -0- In the Sunday maitzlr tri
while her*. They returned -lain, and Edgar Prout Walter! Interested in registering, cent had started looking for of their earnings in the bank. save for college is Burton A. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hack have many like pictures I take
to Milwaukee almost Jones' and William Swarb, you may do so at the Commun- employment Another 28 per cent are ear Kranzel, 17, of Camp Hill, Pa. have visiting them the Joe at Pensacola in the city din
two months ago. We offer ouryrnpamy rustees.ABOVT. ity School office, 1001 S. Wash- The most desired 'Jobs are marking their salaries for a He wants to work because Fishers of Springfield, Ohio. of flying 80 years ago Strange.
to Mrs. uajuey ana Ington Blvd. Phone 958-1332 for camp counselor farmhand. college education. Fifteen per "money i* essential for my Our weather has been so beautiful I ly enough my brother wu
family. additional information .waiter or waitress and office cent are less frugal; they say future." that they have Just been married to the widow of Retry

-a. I ENGLEWOOD Business and Clothing classes worker Nine per cent of the they'll Just spend the money.A Explains Maudie Griffith, staying on and on. Can't tear Mustln pictured In the Sunday
Dr. and Mrs. August A. Ur- boys and IS per cent of the big planned expenditurefor 18, of Columbus, Ohio "I would themselves ..-.y. magazine She It a town of
will meet the first week
I esker and daughter, Miss Sal- Banging It Out June( I and 11)) in the Sarasota girls would like a camp job. 18 per cent of the boys I is a tike to earn money on my own. -- the Duches of Windsor and It
ly, on Ponce Mr. and Mrs. Flether Brown now living In Wishinglw
De
Leon entertained School and Seventeen per cent of the young car or car expenses. Jeffrey And I would like to get some D.Harvey .
sigh Building
C.
Mr and Mrs Thomas p. men and four per cent of the Bryen, 16, of Camp Hill Pa., appreciation of the responsibility of Casey Key have gone to
Edmonds of 14M Crest with rat lane ,move to Mclntoah the second their home in the north at Mims, 711
Driveand young women want to work on explains "I would be able to and what is involved in RMen
Mrs. C. W Stewart of Anne Sommerman hailed week. a farm, while 18 per cent of purchase clothes that are in holding down a Job." ShelbyvOe Ind., for the summer St.. Venice, also trained it
Manasota Key at a delightful Johanna to give her a paper to A course in Mathematics de- I Pensacola in the early days u
brunch on Sunday. The occasion bring to me. It was the M pageAndsorage signed to extend the knowledge --o- a Marine pilot.
was to celebrate Mr. Daily Times on the 01[ persons employed in alto Mr. and Mrs. John Donne
Edmonds 39th birthday We quake story, picture after picture rlcal occupations that require Trinity Church In New Sanctuary I ire leaving some time this The Aleutian eirthquiki at
offer congratulations to Mr. plus story. Do yon knowthere additional knowledge will run :week for their home In New I 1M produced 5J.foot.hiiS
Edmonds. are women and men and through June 30. The first London: Conn., where various waves on the shores of th*Rwalkn '
-0- children paving roads and meeting and registration will Trinity Methodist Church of gust Niestoeckel; guest book West Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'members of their family live. Island when some 1st
Mr. sad Mrs. Thomas Shaw clearing up debris We sit here be held at the Sarasota Com North Port Charlotte opened its by Mrs. Loretta Her; two offering Stuffier Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I It: will be nice for them to be lives were lost

I and daughter, Miss Jayna, en smug and safe in our home munity School, 1001 S. Washngton doors for public worship on plates by Mr and Mrs. Rossman, Mr and Mr. Virgil '
i Manama Key entertained with not ever reallrlng whit Is actually Blvd. from T p.m. to IIp.rn. Sunday of last week when the Fred Scott and two offering Jones Mr. and Mrs. Albert I* -KV' is :* *. >f

a twimnun. party and cooked happening elsewhere. Anne! The five meetings thereafter new sanctuary was filled with plates by Mr and Mrs. George Golf, Mr. and Mr*. Charles VENICE MOVIE LOG )1.1 I
SIInd.,. Miss Jayne and the told Johanna when the Quake will be held at the Sun members, friends and well. Wood After these were presented Petticrew Mr and Mrs Edward
following yang ladle are students started Katherine her daughter shine Kitchens, Florida Power ishen. they were dedicated to Russell, and Misses Ruby GULF THEATRE TROPICALDRIVEIN
of Manatee Jr. College was in the lab with and Light Co. on State StreetIn The church was decorated the glory of Cod by Th Rev and Margaret Scharlau Harry
They were Misses Jane and others. When they could thenI I Sarasota The meetings willcover with flowers and plants donat- Fred L. Martin Wilhelm, Mrs. David Hartwig TOBAT TSJS.U WBDHWIDAT) THEATRETODA.

Debbie Clay from Bradenton, made their way to a vacant lot simple AHthme'tf! w tvl by. Lt. and Mrs. James Glas- and Mrs. Warren La Fleur. .
Linda The pastor, The Rer. Alva A. Davie xmwTHE 11'111 I
Davis from Siesta Key about Work of in Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hal.len .
a away. They Algebra solvT" pr"f" mi cow .
and Soldner, preached a timely sermon The choir sang "Blessed Art u'a" CeweeaNsrrt'e !
Sarah Mobley from Sara couldnt stand upright theycrawled elating to Ohms Law, trt,,no. Mr and Mrs. Albert Coll, -- .
duties Thou. worm
acts A good time was had by on their hands and metric functions, voltage and and Mesdames Frank Carroll, on the purpose\ and
r a*. knee and flattened themselves current relationships, phase C1.1re Coons and June Sears. of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Glbbs PINE: PANTHER" "SOLDIERS 771E MIN"

-p- on the ground until it was over. angle and related problems, The district superintendent After the sermon the following were the greeters and George
I, We rah always happy to ree- -c-- square and square roots, logarithms The Rev. Fred L. Martin, of persons were received into Guthrie Homer Hauck, Wayne -mttk- t Kite' Kwtli M V. t.II a
"IlIlze people who take time to Had a note from Beck Sheppard use of tables, geometric Sar.aota. made the proclama- the membership of the Fox and Fred Zimmerman souse WACNIB are CAPVCTVt HC wry
I do something for their com.mtmity from Sarasota Hospital. :: applications, graphic tion declaring the church open church: Mr. and Mrs. Albert I were the usher

: A few month ago she can handle her wheel chair solutions of electrical pirob- fOIl'worship. ---, --- ........-- -
thnwrh the Overbrook Gardens like a veteran, stop it en a lem,, problems and sohi- This was followed by the
Assn., Palma were planted dbne. Her brace will soon be ions of typical problem based presentation of the following
at the entrance, so with the adjusted but even now without on the theory of Ohms Law rills to the church: Pulpit
: !r dry weather we have been having H she can hop about on one and Klrckhoff Law. The final Bible by Mrs. Alva Soldner;
the Palms have had to ,be foot. She is In a very cheerful meeting will be a summaryand ross, candlesticks and flower
'"j r 1 watered more often' So Dr. mood. review The course will beaught vases by Mr. and Mrs. William DOWNTOWN

Homer Salt deserves a lot of -0- by Mr. J. p. Diehl. Dukeshlre and Mr. and Mrs. =
.
Mrs. Ive. our librarian, asked Harold Fidler; Organ by Mr.
There will be $3.00 registration
a
ua recently how many books and Mrs. Robert Orr, Mr and
fee payable at the first
,ft NPC w 1 from our He and the number [ Kenneth Giboa, Mr, and
of books comes to 381 since it Tor further Information can Mrs. James Glasgow' Mr. and VENICE
PERSONALSMrs. opened. or stop in at the Community Mrs. Ernest Hallen, Mr. and 4
-0- School office 958-1331. Mrs. Homer Houck Mr. MId
Three cheer for Commissioner Mrs. Claure Kean, Mr. and i
Oliver MeShanr! *'* H H. Anger of Charlotte Mrs James Mitchell, Mr. and of
mother, Mrs. Inn Thonnesen, County! He has saved the 'west Mrs. Patrias Home Mrs Robert Showalter, Mrs. \I. First & Finest Shopping Area d1 LI"g1S
y
;; ha* returned home to Brooklyn and east side of the Old Big Walter Hogue and Miss Frances
after' a six week visit here Bridge for the fishermen of After OperationMrs. Hill, and dossal curtain foI
and her aunt\ Mrs O. Jacob Englewood.: It is now official. and chancel pews by Mr and
I I sen, has returned to her home -e- Gertrude Patrias oflarasota trs. Ernest Hallen. DAZZLING SPARKLING
in St. Petersburg Mrs. Me. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Oa- Street is at home after Also, American and Christian

Shanog is getting along fine after Ion have returned from a visit two days In Venice Hospital Flags by Mr. and Mrs. BARGAINS VALUES! QQ
I I.,. spending several weeks in with their daughter Mrs Norms for an operation and would like George Guthrie; b.ptlsmalbowl
the Sarasota hospital with a Conway of Palm Beach. to have her friends drop fat for by Mrs. Florence Shtdler;
; broken hip Mr McShamvg has Mrs. Conway Is the portrait a call. memorial book by Mr,. Au-
II'''t\ returned from Indiana to be artist at the Palm Beach Tow. ---- _. -

with! his wife ers Hotel DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP
t'.1 t -O- She has Just finished s portrait
;
Now
iJ'/ Mr. and Mrs Erwin Dema- of 'T,,"," which hangs Register For 1- COMPlETE LINE OF Look for our

i 1 rest on Malaluka Road entertained in his famous dress Salon, next I 3rd ANNIVERSARY PROMOTION
I houseguests for a week. to the Tower. "Ferro" is the LOVELY GRADUATION GIFTS
ii,'t' They were Mr. and Mrs, Richard Norman MoreQ of the Gold SUMMER CLASSESPIANO on p..e t
'; Dbil who left Sunday to Coast of Florida. His fabulous 231 W. Venice Ave. 488-4776 Medical Center tld,. 22$ W Venle Are.SHRODE. 481.1610_

I : fly back home to Mahwah, designs are executed by three .-- ._- -
f N. J. French seamstresses. His fabrics
., -nt. are mostly import from VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. JEWELRY

Mrs. Anthony Odin on Mar- Europe. Ferrets- a 33-year-old I ORGAN Wedding tlw -. Diamonds Stone Set R>"9Wte '
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI
il his Road held a birthday and Persian whose success is phs- I >e* Silverware Jewalr-
t farewell party at her home last nomlnal. The ladies can him e VIOLIN Sale Service Supplies W* Repair All Mates Watch and Jw.lf R.pf!
their "Persian Lamb."He kisses Stuart Merrlel Owner Nil Il 119
Wednesday in honor of her W. Venice' Av*.
j .
neighbor Mrs Fred Wilson. their hand a* they depart FOLK GUITAR 235 W. Miami Ave. 4H-J47J -
:
'V Other neighbors attending were with a $500 or (1.001dress./ -

Mrs. W. E. Ahearn, Mrs. Anton The dress Mrs. Coulon admired Professional InstructorsALL DRIVMN
r' Wurth, Mrs. James Kelly Mrs. was tagged $700. She departed TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL

'> Leo Panso Mrs. Arthur Stobe without the dress or a Tonight JIIftt I
AGE LEVELS lacy Thru Ws MbJay
i Mrs. Albert Whalen.I Mrs. Erwin kiss on the hsnd TRANSISTOR RADIO BATTERIES "THE PINK PANTHEPv" SOLDIERS IN THE RAfr|
Mrs. Jerald J. Bruce has I
Feldman Mrs. Vincent
I' Sterba and Mrs. finally sold her beautiful home ALUMINUM MAIL BOXES with I staring ead
Nicholas Costello.
"
,f II" ; In Cape Hat, furniture and sli. $20 for 6 weeks Reber J Nivsn C.pucine JeSkbv 61..on MeQw

''f I -o. She hat moved to Venice in a 213 W. Venice Av*. Ph. 4IMW "ever t *
Coop Apartment W* arc sorry Jr-
j Mr. MId Mrs. William Duke-
to lose her, but we will admit
2 lessons
shire week
on Jeffery Avenue have
the house was much too large per Welcome/ To
WRIGHT'S
returned from Evansville Ind., JIM
I ,
,I'I'I M i where they spent nearly two for one person.- I Phone or Com In for VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA 1
weeks SLAX
t visiting with their SHIRTS -
The Thrift Shop Indiana.
daughter and family. on I Information COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER
Avenue is on its summer 481-30
-0- table. Open every day time'I'I 241 W. Miami Av*, Dial 121 W. Melee Av*..
I. ,' 4 Mr. and Mrs Arthur Sewell -
I ly from 9 to 2.Foley' ARTHUR
11't on Jeffery Avenue left this SMITH
,g week for Akron. Ohio to nsit SALE"S
& SERVICE STATIONERS
: 4 with their children and grand EntertaIn I VENICE

: children. Mr. and Mr*. John Foley ;: SUPPLIES
Music Co.Sultcoasr. ARTIST
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND
1 -0- hare had their daughter Mrs. I YEARS OPP. THEATRE 1
; Mr. Phillip Search I is getting Alice Studley. and granddaugh. Open 711 10 pjn.CumteW I'I'FOR Typesviten Mdkeg" MtcMna rMeehalllc.lly Opv'
\
I : along fine after undergoingsurgery ter. Lisa, for the last couple ofweeks -. M .0 ..... TV. RADIO ..4 .,.,. fij If Rtllu
/ Largest MusIc Store Plus Perk
I'r' ::1' last week at Venire here. Both daughter and I w. ** I: a TV to u. loss whOa twirtif rtn. CWntutrf. CU1 Just $I WO -

I :, (4: Hospital. H* expects to be granddaughter will make lire ARTHUR ROHR, General Manager ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE 4884113
211 W. VMIM, Av
I ,1i,, home again K rell.rello trip back to Ontario, N. Y., Ph. 481-2418 311 Venice Av*. W. ..
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with the Foley when they
I i Mrs. Mary Whitesid on I.ave. A nice way to make the SPECIAL GUITAR CLASSIN
:I Chocopa Street I is glad to be trip: fly. down, have such a THE VENICE VENICE CAMERA SHOP DELIS SEWING CENTER
home again after spending several beautiful visit, go in the "big" AREA
; : j r' day in the Venice Hospital ocean a* four-year-old Lisa Phone 4U-4SII (Evening) SffGMl -lnvntory $.(.
: calls her visits to the beach,
'i""' ) -0i then have a leisurely trip back Kodak ELECTRIC EYE 'CAMERAwith ALL FABRICS 20% OFF

i Mr. Wayne Fisher on Sooner home. A perfect way to enjoy SARASOTA: 1512 Golf Street Ph. 55-0113
i : Street. .is recuperating at home one' yearly vacation. Along film & gadget bug. Less than $25. Advises. Pilferer FREE wills! "i $1 I Of more puff"' ''

; I ( H'iaLew; days in the Venice I with what could our beautiful be better weather | IRAOENTON; 622 14th St. W. Ph. 747-2202 J 323 W. V.nte Av*. Ph. 488-2421 124 W. Vt. Av*. 418.IIOJ

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