Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00204
 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 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00204
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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6 Budding Citizen Waited 21 Years ; Now He's HereTwentyone

years ago Lieut told his -
'Po E S. Raymond of the United story in an Interview "The Third moved out after "When the MPs moved on
. State Military Police landed in with The GONDOLIER a couple of days and the 345lh to Marrakech, they took me
It the North African town of My first Engineer Company moved in along.
" Fedala and met a bright-eyed, the acquaintance with to guard the pipeline being laid 'Bill left for Italy just be-
14.year-old] Moroccan by the when 1 Americans General came in 1942 to Marrakech behind the ad- fore Christmas 1944, but our
roy name of Bouhamld Mamoune Allied forces Mark Clark's vancing forces They took me friendship didn't end there. I
. They became fast friends Africa," he landed in North along as an Interpreter and had grown so fond of him thatI
... pod out of this friendship young "The recalled dressed me up in an American didn't consider him just a
II! "Bobo" Mamoune developed a American Third Infantry uniform. friend I looked upon him as
burning desire to come to the Division made the landing "After the pipeline was brother, father and grandfather
Mro United States and become an at ,my home town of Fedala, finished I went to work at the .
.. I American citizen which was renamed Mohm- air force ammunition depot between "You know, the French
rod ended media! In ]1957 when Morocco Fedala and Casablanca, r
rod The war they parted wouldn't let us go to school
ways but kept up a regular correspondence got French.its independence from the and went on to Oran with the They said we were like a mule
through the years The same outfit weak of mind, strong of
In each letter to Raymond, Third Division came Rack To Fedala back One day Bill saw me
now president of the Venice into our town on Nov. 2, 1942. "I went back home to FedalaIn bouncing a ball off a wall and
d City Council, Bobo would express his I taw a man with a star on September 1943. One day I said to me 'I believe you wantto
his hope of coming to helment directing the operations went to the American military learn.
' this country, and I ran up to his police of the 188th MP com "I said 'yes, sir,' I will follow -
rob Dream Realized Jeep and began pointing out pany and pointed out some your Instructions He said
roe'" Last Thursday Bobo's long the houses, where the Germanswere French thieves looting the Bobo, read a lot, study slot, i
cherished dream came true. American depot. The sergeant and learn things
He arrived in Venice on a 30 "As a kid of 14 I had been brought me to his lieutenant 'From that day I started to
IIII. day visitor's visa which he acting as an Interpreter around His lieutenant was Bill Raymond learn things. I went to the mer-
I.II will be extended town before the Americans I went to work for the chant navy school I studied
hopes become a citizen. so he came I spoke Spanish, Portu. lieutenant as Interpreter. Bill hard. I became a seaman I BOUHAMID BOBO' MAMOUNE, who at the president of Venice City Council renew their 1
1II\ can Now 35, Bouhamid Mamoune guese Italian French Arabic couldn't speak French, so signed on a Socony Vacuum age of 14 served as Interpreter for E S. (Bill) wartime friendship after 21 years.;
'18 and a leetle beet of English thats why I came In handy.aaueak.a (Continued on Page 2)) Raymond, then an army lieutenant and now
1. _.' r y9nitlKaSganM_ r I':

.. .

II .. Hail and
. ,'\ Farewell, Seniors

M .
n ".
.. ,/ Saturday you will no longer be a studentof

ron ; Venice High School. Your twelve years in public

A schools will have ended. Your future will be your
.1 t
1 o..n.

ayN How well you are prepared to face this future will depend on

11. how well and how wisely you have used the past. I suggest that you

.. really take a close look at yourself, your accomplishments, and your

. failures. Only by recognizing failures and using them for growthcan
II your Serving All The South County Osprey, Laurel Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Vmiee East EngUwood, MorA !Pert Charlotte
u you move forward. To be willing to acknowledge that we have
made mistakes but also to determine not to make the same mistake I

d again is a sure sign of progress.
rhr VHS Commencement Tomorrow

rhg Although we realize that your preparation is your own and

that it has not depended on your teachers, we still hope that we have

been helpful during your school years. We would wish for each of
Record 156 To Get I
you success in your endeavors and more especially happiness believing t Diplomasbe

that happiness comes with doing our job to the best of our ability.We 1.

would have you remember that success does not always mean .

material gain, but that success comes with accomplishment, especial. BJ PEACIIIE EDGE moved to the high school address by Robert Harrisonand During the ceremonies, the' Alone"
ly in the field of service to fellow man. gymnasium in case of Inclement the salutatory by Nancy chorus will sing "Venice, I The high school band U ?Under I'Walk
your Thirty-fifth annual I commencement weather. Two years ago Matherne. The welcome will be Now Must Leave Thee," by I the direction of John A.
endeavor exercises at Ven- a downpour occured just as given by Bruce Byrd, president Heinrich Isaac and Waring's Sleasman and the Glee a ib
Go forth work to service to whatever I
to collge, to ice High School tomorrow at the seniors were receiving of the student council. arrangement of "You'll Never (Continued on Page Z) :
you have chosen with assurance and pride and may God go with you 8 p.m will see 156 graduates their diplomas. The crowd The Rev. Victor Maurice, pastor 1 ,
receive their diplomas, the stayed on throughout the sum- of the Venice Assembly of y
all the way. ,! largest class in the history of mer storm, however, despite God Church will deliver the r
John E. Davis the school I getting thoroughly drenched invocation while the benediction ; hnryp,
I The rites will be held at the Highlighting the commence will! be offered by the Rev ,r #
. Principal I high school I stadium, but will ment will be the valedictory John Louis Jones, pastor of the ,, PyT

.--.-- --.-... .. .- ...--- ." -' ..., Venice Nokomis Methodist
'PiJlf\o" "-- x- x- x- >r.ii' trII Church.
n John E. Davis, VHS principal YSrV

II Students Reap Big Awards Harvest! Ronald,, will South present L.County Britton the member of seniorsto Nokomis of

the Sarasota County Board of
Public Instruction, who will
award the diplomas.
Musical numbers will Include r
the processional, Edgar's I
"t1 r k'rt 3s! "Pomp and Circumstance," 1.._ J. '
t and the recessional, "God of HIGHEST AWARD In the Order of DeMolay the Degree of
Our Fathers by Warren. Chevalier, will be conferred upon these two past master councilors -
s of the Robert E. Lee Chapter of Venice during install
hon ceremonies for new chapter officers Sunday at the Ma-
David A. Edge sonic Temple The two recipients of the award will be Paul I
B. Raymond, left, son of Mr and Mrs L. G Raymond, 929
Nokomis Ave., Venice and James K Ballard, son of Mr and
Named JayceeManOfYear Mrs. O K Ballard, South Venice. Both boys are members of
this year's graduating clam. at Venice High SchooL

Twenty Sign Up !

David A Edge was awarded
the title of "Jaycee of the
Year" at the annual installa-
ROTARY ESSAY cash awards-are presentedby men, Beverly Jones, Gene Eddy and Doug SWEDISH exchange student -Margareta- niij- tion banquet of the Venice Jun. For 'Committee'Organizers I

(I Robert S. Baynard to winners, from left Kiesling. Other winners, not shown, were dmg receives gift from senior classmates. I for Chamber of Commerce
and Bob Tuesday night.
Frances Webinga
Gary Moser, Steve Maurer, Barbara More Others honored included Lau. of the South Another meeting was scheduled
Sarasota County Committee of ] for next Tuesday at which
larship awards to 16 scholarship to Emory University South Florida scholarship for Licensed Practical lea Copp, Linda. Rose Stevenson den mittee Pitts of as the head Year of the which Com. 100, Inc, heard a membership time a further membership report
Atlanta Ga. Frances Webinga Sage ] Nurse training Gene Eddy.Outstanding report and held preliminary will be presented.
High School students handled the Miss Venice Pag
Foundation Award, $600, Hope Margaret Dillon Anony Library Assist discussion of Those who have signed
>8 pace for the annual Pam Lee State teaching eant: W. Eugene Williams Jr, by-laws proposals up
awards scholarship and registration College, Holland, Mich. mous $125 scholarship for LI- ant Philip Farley] and district I KeyMan Tuesday. (Continued on Page I)
program Monday past secretary
Business censed Practical Nurse training Myakka DAR Chapter AmerIcan -
scholarship, University Carol Morrison I Members of the reported
work Man group
In the high school gym fee award Melody Chairman, the Key
Women'sscholarship History -
of South Florida and Professional John A Johnston numerous inquiries from HEATHER
national awards Award and
$200, Business Un!. Bob Deln Embryo M, D. Wendt ; High Low Rain
i sponsored by the school Charles Copp Anonymous Jr., the presidential citation all sectors of the area, Including ]
of Tampa. scholarship, $500, Dr. Douglas] DAR Citizenship award May 27 85 63
P of the National Honor $200 National Science Foundation versity Dr. Luther Luck, outgoing Venice, Englewood, Nokomis -
\'. Mistress of summer scholarship, University Maureen Fox Anonymous Murphy. Nancy Math rne. president, was presented an North Port Charlotte, May 28 87 68 -
ceremonies of Florida, $500 nursing scholarship, Ball Kathleen Brannon Work National Forensic awards award for outstanding service South Venice, Laurel and Osprey May 29 86 74 -
[fe' program was Diane McDonald- State teach Memorial School of Nursing, scholarship, $226, University of Joan Carle, Merrily Brown, John Committee Secretary May 30 87 68 -
1'\ the by
NHS Ann during past year 6
chapter presl- Robert Duell, Kathy Brannon,
er's scholarship, honors scholarship Muncie, Ind.Stephen South Florida Seavitt, state SPOKE winner George E. Youngberg announced May 31 88 67 -
of Florida. Ranck Rotary Other awards and their recipients Gene Eddy. I that thus far 20 have sign. June 1 89 67 -
University from Naples.
larship ,
awards were an- Kiesling S tat eteacher's Club $100 award, NFL summer were No-Vel American Legion Recognition awards went toG ed up for membership and deposited June 2 87 71 -
'd by VHS Principal Douglas scholarship for $400 scholarship, University of Flor- Rotary Club Essay Awards- Boys' State Ray Joelson, Williamson who their $100 membership Rain for May. ... ... 1.49
jE. Davis, who first recog- scholarship Florida Barbara Moremen $150; Steve Tom Landgraf, C. E. Pitts, Jim H (Sarge) and collected fee Rain for Month ... .. .. 0
the two scholars off and an $800 Ida.Jill has promoted
top scholarship $125 Gary Moser, Zacharias .
Nicol Keyette Maurer ; .
< Presbyterian ( on pige .4 .4 .4
graduating class, Val- NFL to Manatee Junior College $100; Beverly Jones, $75; Doug Outstanding Student Council
rises Robert Harrison James Van Keuren Gene Eddy, Representative Jim Zach-
scholarship Florida Including everything except las Kiesling, $50:
I lutatorian Nancy Math- summer room, board and student $25; Frances Webinga, $10, arias.
The! icholership winners Slate University State teach activities Bob Dein, $5. Charlotte Star OES Chapter, Blood BankAccredited WeDONT. .
Lenhart -
Diane Senior English award Char- (Continued on Page 2))
ofTRIMMER Jan Dillon Anonymous $125
b'e r t Harrison" Full er's scholarship, University We don't fly airplanes
We can't train elephants
We're not good cooks .
The Florida Association of We don't build airplanes,
We'll probably never go to the moon
Blood Banks announced today
a the accreditation of the Venice We don't alter clothing

+ don't law,
s Hospital Blood] Bank. We practice
John T, Branham of Orlando, We can't set a broken leg
In We can't hang wallpaper
association president making -
the announcement, said We don't sell clothes.
We don't make ceramics,
the bank is "hereby recognizedas
maintaining or exceedingthe We're not painters
r standards of blood bank We can't fit shoes,
n performance as established by We don't fix TV sets,
We don't sell furniture
Ir. the Association and the American
Association of Blood We can't fix typewriters
Banks" We don't know Jewelry,
In presenting a certificate of We can't fill prescriptions,
accreditation, Mr. Branham We're not farmers,
advised the bank's directorsand We don't sell groceries
I staff "this recognition by We can't pave streets
J of
lit.!! .... .' IIn the Florida Association
H EMBRYO M. D. AWARD is presented by the plaude as Dr Murphy offers Jus hand in con Blood Banks is assurance of But We CAN, and DO. I.

donor, Dr. Douglas R, Murphy to future phy- gratulation. I your continued interest in establishing Print the news of South Sarasota County and offer
TWINS Denise and Dianne, won ..!.a Bob _n..in... Other irholarshio winners SOn the highest quality our advertisers the best advertising medium obtainable
Publix Senior I Hon;ems ker of Year tropny (Continued on page t)
in this
MAKE A GRADUATE hap DeSEAR'S in Venice Shopping I I ICE MILK still 29 cents at ares.
s1 lv LOW a"u CAR SEATS Li*' Center holding 'Hottest I VISIT beautiful Trailer Acres I
PRICES on Shopping Cen-]I py with a Kodak from Venice I Center
( Venice '* south ol Venice. -
11 miles
;-ges" at Kwik Oiek in setts ( $1.95 valua. Camera Sale on Earth || a-
for $1.44 a
Shopping Center. ter)





: (Continued from page 1)) "n the blood transfusion service (Continued from pare 1)
II. SCHWARTZ JUNE: 4 8:52: am 1:53: am. THURSDAY JUNE 4 -'M .
to assist the blood bank THURSDAY ?
t Funeral tervlcvi for Robert William McLeod 77 resident medical care to the patientsyou ; tanker a* pumpman. Later I I'll
r l a personnel In determining 8:00: pm 2:34: pm 8.58pm f:
I M. Schwartz '73 of 135 VlrinlaCt. I of Venice for only 10 days. serve whether procedures employedby became chief pumpman. FRIDAY, JUNE: II 9:15: am 2:36: am FRIDAY JUNE: S 8'13 am 1 p
., Englewood, will be con died Monday at the Venice Memorial Accreditation resulted from the institution meet established "I kept on working day. and 9:22: pm 3:4J: pm 8:20: ''sa
ducted Saturday in the Rnwles Hospital. the annual nhysicnl inspection standards; and to provide studying nights: and saying to SATURDAY JUNE 8 9:41: am 3:15: am SATURDAY. JUNE: 8 1I.39am PI1103 p
Funeral Home Chapel Engle- and comprehensive study made myself I'd be an American JO:44 4:39: l,1gu
Mr McLeod who moved to consultation service, thus : pm pm 9:42:
wood, by the Rev Melvin H his new home at 1312 Laurel by a volunteer physician of assuring patients of Increased citizen some day. SUNDAY JUNE!: 7 10:09: am 3:48: am SUNDAY JUNE 7 9:07am: PI1401
Meyer, pastor of Lakeside Ave., from St. Petersburg, wasa the Association Inspectionand safety in human blood trans. "In 1931 I was made foreman 5:83pm: U:05pm: 1:10 4ge: :
Lutheran Church. Burial will native of Lasswade County Accreditation Committee fusions. of 30 men working on the ; .
headed by Robert E. Klein of U S Nouasaeur airbase in ---.
be In Lemon Bay Cemetery Scotland. He had moved to St.
Mr. Schwartz, a retired tool Petersburg from Bloomfield, Alachua General Hospital 1 I, Branham said is the of Venice more Morocco. 20 miles from Casablanca AWARDS NIGHT this Merrily Aldrich Brown, Patty Kitty Herbert Bogert, bar. Lyle, Presented! blBtt
GainesvilleThe Blood one
and die maker for the Ford N. Y.. and was a retired florist .
Bonnie Leiber, Jean Lindner Harry
Motor Co at its River Rouge having had his business In purpose of the voluntary than 40 banks In Florida and "Soon I was doing three jobs (Continued from page 1)) Karen MacLsin Susan Jones, Venice branch Raby, l11anaaer It a

plant died Wednesday mornIng Queens Village, N Y. Mr. Mc. Inspection and accreditation over 600 banks throughout the -working working with M an hands intepreter and, Laurel $30 award Patricia 100 or more hours, Lynda Savings & of First; y eie.

at Venice Hospital. Leod was a member of the program, sponsored by the United Slates participating in being a foreman my Bill and I Lanier Case Georgene Hammer, JanIce nounced the presents n;
A native of Einbeck Germany American/ Florida Association of Blood <<( ,
Legion Post No. 14 Jessup
the voluntary accreditation kept writing Lemon Bay American Legion Karen Kauffman, miniature diplomas c
naturalized Is maintain hlrh to
he was a Banks to the
Petersburg Carl tire "* e.
Heidi Kris
In 1946 I married and was Boys' State award Klauss Leet Ro- senior class
United States citizen. The standards of with :
eat practice program
Schwartzes Survivors Include his widow. divorced in 1955 t have two Miller Steve Gwaltney lene McKay Sylvia Payne --, -
came to Englewood Mrs Faye T. McLeod, of Venice daughters one 18 year. old Sarasota-Bradcnton Phi Beta Sandy Ryan Susan Van Due. Many of us are dun-,
eight years ago from Detroit and two brother., Murdie Hospital Report JAYCEES who graduate. from high Kappa award Bob Harrison sin, Mary" Yehle, CO or more ra dull a. the but 11:'
following his retirement in Irandcluldn,
McLeod So. Hadley Falls school this: spring The other Nancv Matherne Ann McDon- hours think we are
1956 Mass, and Malcolm McLeod ADMISSIONS (Continued from page 1)) daughter is 18. aid, Pam Lee Cynthia WIght. -
: Survivors Include his wife, No-Vel American Legion =: -
Cambridge Mass Mir ft, Stab Oft Rh'nei' VeniceBtfer : "In 1957 I remarried. Now man, Joan Carle.
Gertrude and two sisters in 2.000 used tires for the Auxiliary award Nancy Ma. I
(\ Funeral services were to be Boy Bemr. Rnfflttwond,. t Man lauIs. proposed besides the daughters, I have Harvard Book award Ray for an
Connie Au and
theme history
: Germany niwer. ftwtewood: Ftoeile M I>wPnitaraod Jaycee-sponsored fishing ;
i held this morning at the Stutz- : rtirotd. llhnrt ConlerVenlee reef in the gulf and William two sons one 5 years old the JoeNonPubllit. David Burley, Poppy posters enjoyableday
; 7
man Funeral Home Queens : Bufcr R? niweer. KnitowixxtTtHffliM : other 1'j\ years old. Senior Homemakersof GO l
FELIX A. GILD4T Mitchem of the Gulf Memorial VFW
I F.ondon Vtnfet LJnwnod EMIT owner
Village N. Y.. with the Very .... .,_. Theater, for cooperating in the "Last week came my chanceto the Year Dianne and De- Auxiliary Americanism Essay ofSARASOTA
Funeral services for Felix A.
Venerable Harold F Lemoine.the to the United States nlse Trimmer .. t
nt t LlllUn bmoit Venlee: 1W'>- annual Talent Joan Carle, Carol Morrison.
Gilday 72 20 Porpoise Rd, Arch Dean of the Dioceseof tvt H. ftwirtr. .Fnrlewoiwl Klnyd. A. first Jaycee Contest I hope to be able to stay here Junior Homemaker of the I TRY
who died Tuesday foots., Nnkmmt'. 'lb.. S. Moo. v.- .
South Venice Homeroom award Miss
Long Island, New York, of ler: Frank }. I..d"n. North Ton n.,- living here and working with Year Maria Llberto
afternoon at his residence ficiatingRawlea. !...<.. Frank H I.'..... V......: HflenM Certificates of aopreclation my heart for this is a free Best All-A round Homemaker Joyce Lewis.
will be held In Connecticut. A '" K.rw,..kl. Venice, air M. Eddy GOLF
Funeral Home was In N,,''''''',: edward Leonard. Vm! t. were presented the Venice City country, I -Carolyn Warner The senior class gift a speed CIU|
Recitation of the Rosary was charge of local arrangements Mil ti Retire. Ann Younr. Venire Council the Venice Area "I didn't come Just to make Srhool Spirit award Nancy reading machine was present. I DAILY GREEN
Mid last evening at the Farley ... ... .. Chamber of Commerce Radio I have home' Hicks. s t3
Mir te h. Ann; NokomU' : money. my own ed to Principal Davis by Nancy FEES ftJ.V1
Funeral Home here with the How rd AMred.. Nnkoml.Mm I.. and the CONDOLIER in 1
Station WAMR
and my own car back Morocco I Lett rmen' Club Sportsmanship Matherne. Another gift from Jot Off Bee
Rev. Aristodemo Rodriquez of RVLPH C. EWING 31 Adair A Thomu. V""P, Ridge id
Other certificates But in this country you awards Charles Delvac
l>.ul. J. Yutini. Von n. the graduating class to Swedish SouHr ofarelot
Catholic Churchofficiating .
Epiphany will be presented later to the have freedom too." basketball David I Bowles I ,
Burial will be Ralph C. Ewing. 12, died June 11 M.ri. Bill: ,,'It. North P"rtrhirlotte exchange student Margareta
at Tuesday at the Bav Pines Vet- : If...... juhnon. toil',.: St. Petersburg Times Tampa When he left his country he golf, Howard Trefethen, track;
Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery in Mind Belllken. Knilewood.
erans Hospital Mr Ewing I Tribune and Sarasota Herald- was permitted to bring out Steve Maurer football
Hartford I June t: t'nl.tra Binder. Ivik.mil81k. >:
Tribune only $39. He came to Venice Perfect Attendance James
local address was Mission Valley D.vl.. N.pln" : Wlllird Alklre.
Mr Gilday came here four' Estates Laurel, where he Punt Oorde Ellukelk. III....., Venire. Life membership certificateswere via bus after flying to Miami BAllard.

:I years ago from Hartford. He came five year. ago: from New ,Fielder. Fort ftanmetill.Mv r.,: InmoktJee iilnel r:>ll ArthurJonei. ..er, presented Mayor Smyth by way of Paris and New Senior Plav awards Barbara gal e tJ gulteha borne
had served for 38 years as York City his permanenthome. Venlee: "Bard Hollln-nrarUl North PortChirlMU D. Orchard and Admiral C A York. L\'*.., Mary Nell Boone
supervising auditor for the : Orthi HohH, North Port Raymond meanwhile is workIng Gene Eddy.
ClurMt ReHtel Omltk' North Port (Nick) Keller executive secretary
., New England states for Ocean Mr. Evtlngs lifetime career rtiirlotte" :: Hold- Jr. Venice. the Venice Area Cham with friends in Washington: Most Outstanding Keyette 265 Nokomis Ave. Venice
Accident and Casualty Corp.. I to obtain an extension of Nancy Hicks i &
had been in the world of fash- DISCHARGES ber of Commerce. I
Ltd., New York He was aml'mbE'r I Mamoune's visa and eventually Valdez scholarship Sharon '
of the Epiphany Catholic ion as he was a self-employed Mir. f, Oreen Hirduon. II..t.. New officers Installed by N to get him cleared for an Curry, Lee Bradshaw. r:! t .......
Church. foreign buyer of women's apparel Yv.... "....kln., Venlee. Jail Hendenon Merrill Moore president of the : .
Dennis I
He retired in 1957. Vmlet: Harm Keel Venice early Immigration quota. Science award -
Survivors Include his widow Mir 2i. Either. Brink. Venice: Ann St Petersburg Junior Chamber Meanwhile Bobo has his Fleming Howard Trefethen
Mrs Mary E Gilday of Ven. His only close relative in ,COlftPh...... Venice! Klrtn Sill Cott,. Included Jim Hill. president fingers crossed and is hoping School Dutv awards Bruce
Florida is E J. Ewing. of'Venire: Irl. Finnn. Wwhln-ton. |i. 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.
ice one son, Francis J. GiIi David A Edge. first vice i work to 2291
; Mission Valley Estate.. 1' Eble: H?wle. North Part Thirl tie: : "I'd do any kind of McDonald Charles HodG: s.
i day Sarasota; one granddaughter ;Frisk Jennr, Ifoknmlfl: ; Vt"liter JoyceFmrlewooit president; David Failer, second i stay and become an America Lions Club Science award -

; one brother John A Christian Science funeral !Albert! pr..: "P.ul......Molnetl V"I"o'N., Fnilewnnd I .*; vice president; John A.I !!" Bobo said "I'd go Into Pam Lee Jim Phillips TO MY FRIENDS
Gilday Jackson Heights L. I., service will be held tomorrowat I Srhtfer. \tnkeFnnlewnod the armed forces tomorrow. Para-Med Award Barbara
N. Y. and two sisters, Mrs 10 a.m. at the Raw lea Funeral ,. ... Johnston Jr. secretary, Rob
M. It ONoI a. Poraoea II."" All I want Is to become a clti- Lyle.
Ethel Parker and Mrs Sarah Home Chapel Buriel will I.so, IIN.. En.l.w" 1.1.001 n .. .. zen. my -
I F'n' d I.
> C irdn N"k? :
E. Merkel both of Jackson follow In the Gulf Pines Memorial Helm Get In. NokMnk Vlolrt Iniru. Riehl William E. Whitney and family and they too will be Holmes O'Lord for permitting ui to walk this short district

Heights. Pork Knt\..lewond. Hiiltlie: M.I., Venn... Jone: Jojre., Fnelewnnd Rr ter.: Dr. Luck directors. I Americans good Americans" Student Council: awards lids by tide on life's highway. Having been brought together
Venlrr, Rlby Roy "BHtrr. Venire Joyce Mrs enter Wendt, Mr and to hare our love and Joy at well .i thi imped m.nli

Vnkomi.Rhine. Kekamli' John, Rhinlu R.... Girl End'Rhine-wee.: I COMMENCEMENTthe I Mrs Robert Harn.on. Paul of life. Time intervene and a mist I is test on the futuri, yet

'J Helen Sntherllnd. Venice. : Dorothy Goldensteln Mr and Mrs W we can always say the Lord hat been more than good to A

nnhlit f., IGI VenbraM. ,'ra.d.1I ....- "asks. (Continued from page 1)) sense In which St. Paul W. Owen the Rev Frank J.
y wlb Anna Dltmett, Enrleworf: Mar test', Shearer Our ServicesAre Available/ To All Regardless
described our whole life as a
is directed
nimer Rndrwond : luby Boy GlmeFnrknroo4i -. by Harold Fulu Math Contest medal James
Prank Ln.... Venice: Ed.nelker : Baccalaureate calling I
of' Financial C/rcvmsfoncei/
1a word hfIer. Waster: "rb.. Mnos. V.- Phillips.
G r ,r.. 5.500 Pommy. V"I..: nor".d The high school gymnasium The relative merits of one Vocal awards-Jenny Brown.
Venlor was tilled to capacity Sunday Job and another were discussed I Carol Lane. I Licensed l I. adieu and florid

. Chsriotta r II : lelmi Peulerev. North Port evening: for the traditional baccalaureate by the speaker who emphasized I Candy Striper awards- Cj'n- L_

Jane 1 : W' IM>m Mcl_ expired'. service The principal that no matter what

Nor Nokt.mli. Noknwl., Mary; Kly Eddi glephrn.,. Nokoml., Nohomi: Roe, speaker was the Rev. Job a man or a woman may .. ItJIII ICE Orlo L. Leinback vicar of St have "the state of his life is
Jun fl M. .
225 W, MIAMI AVENU YEN le Turcott North Port
1 charisma David Episcopal Church. what Is Important." He stress

w w.j Englewood, who began his address ed that the vocation "where.
Births by quoting St Paul.in with ye are called," in St.
his letter to the Ephesians Paula phrase is not that of a
Two Very Good Reasons CLAS.KH Mr. ut Mrs Je. E. 40 when he said "I beseech you, teacher or soldier doctor or
tta Street, KnclevoMI. KMI. Jeffrey E4-
;1 j rod Qlueer. ten Mil if II It -... that ye walk worthy of the voCation minister Our calling, he said
wherewith ye are call. Is to manhood nothing less; 1
I So that their Individual wishes will be COMMITTEEContinued ed." Ha pointed out that uj to be the men and women God

,'; followed and 'o their families will ba to this point the vocation to intends us to be. Each of us
( from page 1'' which the graduates had been in his own state each with hit
pared counties deemoni during bereavement for called was that of completingtheir I own endownment and temperament .

f many people prearrange their rvicti Dick membership Rich, Standard Include Heating: high school education and each with his particular PlymouthTOP

1 at Rides Funeral' HomeFUNERAL Service; Willis E. Calkins. that at this point they had choice to make. The Rev Lcln
:' Venice Gas Co. William reached a goal representingmany back pointed out that other
; years of work people play a vital part In
Lindh Lindh & Associates,
The Rev. Lelnback then re one'. vocation too and that
]l t i Weeks Weeks engineers Machine; Walter Shop R. marked that for many this was since vocation is "as long and
Ii ; an Intermediate goal because wide ss life itself Indeed greetLer
Robert J. Hamilton Hamilton
:; e. Builders Inc.; S. H Herron they were planning to enter than this life" outside interests QUALITY USED CARS

Jr, Warm Mineral Springs college and some, graduate in addition to ones
school. It also marked the end daily work are most important. -

"r -a ) Inc.Jay H Lumley, James T. of Next academic he remarked study for some the We have on hand now the finest selection of clean reconditioned

t, .........,. !ri-I : re... .. .. J :, erX96 .... H Blalock Blair Insurance Blair & Agency Dean,; attorneys J. and graduate he touched plans on for the the on future you In choose conclusion to spend he said your"How leis used cars you will find anywhere. We invite you to check other dealers,

.1'JI I' ; Frank C. Raeburn up process pointing out growing.thatit ure combined with your choiceof get their prices and look at their cart THEN come get our prices I
Realtor George Edmondson job determines the direction
;, f W. DEAUORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD was not an easy one. He and the clean that have to offer at lower
I see exceptionally
ii' ., Edmondson Farms; William RLlttrcll mentioned that older jt your growth be true to I cars we
',d1: I : ). Hft.Jet 1\11011011\ Littrell Concrete Co; people the best that is In you and .
I'I will "Oh, if I could only prices.
I ., .FINE' E. J. Ewing Mission Valley say may you grow great and strong

i t; f 7awtes' Gaal55UlErli Estates H N Wlmmers Realtor; go youth.: back Those to the were days the of care.my" will within find yourselves meaning so and that fulfIll.you ) 12 MOS. 1200 MILE WARRANTY \ BANK fiNANCING]

,t free, happy days of my life,
State Senator Warren Hender ment and the strength to with.
:I ,l HOME!!Ise son; Rice W Miller investment and he stated that a majorityof stand the Inevitable storms of
rli ( these people have conven. ,
''j : counsellor; G E. Young life as a strong healthy tree
( lently forgotten what it was 1962 MONZA 4 1955 CHEV. STICK
', berg chairman of the board,' can bend before a storm but w spd.

'11'5 \ First National Bank of Venice: likeYouth's striving for independence la not broken R.H SHARP CORVETTE ENGINE
Joe Ryan Florida Power and The Invocation offeredby
/ Light Co,; Howard Vaughn was discussed next the Rev. Charles I. Rowe 51,495. S695.
by the Rev Leinback and he
"I president Venice Nokomia pastor of the Emmanuel Luth
II remarked on the nart that loving
t FABRICS SALE Bank and Edward D. Ball,
: I ; parents played in the raisIng eran Church while the Scripture
l The GONDOLIER reading was Dr. E
of youngsters. He stressed
.'.............. ....'............ that what the graduates are Robert Chable, pastor of the 1961 FALCON DELI 1959 IMPERIAL 4 door
I ALLEN: : as individuals "1s the result of Venice United Church of 2 door ONE OWNER LOADED SHARP!

'i what you have absorbed from Christ. The Rev. Frank J.
Convalescent and your parents your church Shearer pastor of the Calvary S1.095. 51095.

;4 20 10 Nursing Home your teacher end others with Reformed Church Venice Gardens

24 Hour Nursing Service 'whom you have come in contact presented prayer and
k Phone Venice t88 Hill during your years of growing the benediction was by the CADDY
: Rev. Donis D. 2.1960 CHRYSLER 1957
III FONll OS LEON 'Vt: up" He mentioned next Patterson rector
',I7 1 -.........,....,-............"...........-........... the many decisions facing the of St Mark's Episcopal <4 door EQUIPPED FULLY EQUIPPED. SHARP
'I I Is I. OFF -- class and said "Along with Church.

i [Saint Paul, I beseech you to The musical selections were 51,395. S695.
f. f' ;, ( Fabrics Only) e .walk worthy of the vocation by the high school glee club
\s t k "herewIth ye are called" and the string orchestra under
: ;:? e COHAMA The Rev Leinback remark. the direction of Donald Goss

,' .J 45" rd that vocation is a word The ,gymnasium was decorated 1960 DESOTO 4 door 1960 Plymouth Wagon

( 1 ) wide which means 'calling" but with palms gold and white I. REAL NICE EQUIPPED AUTO LIKE NEW!
people talk about vocation as flowers the colors selected by
I' s Oacron-Cotton Blends if it were something limitedto the Class of 1964. I. 51,195. S895.

if : In 11. GALEY & LORD a peculiar kind of people The ushers for both baccalaureate '

'/ J'J 4 t' Tarpoon Cloth 45" wide usually the ministry and sometimes and commencement'
'1, / Cr r t ( stretched to include doctors are Carole Austin Gayle Bro- ,
1' 1 values to $1.93 yd. and nurses He said he hard Beverly Carroll Sally 3 SPECIAL
would like to use the word vo- Huston, Millicent Mahon, Mary #
KLOPMAN .:,it ion or calling in a somewhat Martin, Carole Ward and I'

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4, ,1964

Council pondersIndustrial New Trailer Acres Owners' To Start Rec Center Soon 1

Trailer Acres, huge mobile slowed down until the projectwas property, work has been accelerated has been created to protectthe Trailer Acres Is pressing plans U.S. 41 and the Myakka River.
LeaseA home retirement developmenton acquired by Boris Kaye on Installation of roads, purchaser of Florida prop. for Its waterfront recreation 11 miles south of here, is pro
the Myakka River south of owner of the Kent Motel, and utilities and waterfront lots erty building. The contract is expected jected to have some 2,7001ds

-- here, is now under new owner. placed under the personal management Simultaneously, the develop. After close examination the to be let this month and and a yacht club and marina. I
proposed lease from Gulf crease the size of of Kaye and E. L. ers applied for approval of the board this week gave the new the attractive two-story buildIng : The project, which has its own
Crast, Industrial Development the lots from ship and will begin Its recreation Grayson, all I' for use hi six utility system and permanent
a minimum of substantial Venice property by the recently-form owners the green light to ad. Is to be ready
Company on five aores of landin feet and larger 50 feet to 03.9 center In 30 days. businessmen. ed Florida In''ailment Land vertise and sell Its property I' months. management, is one-halt mile

the industrial section of the Taxi Bearing Set The development work was! Since their acquisition of the Sales Board. This state agency Simultaneously, the new Trailer Acres, located on from Warm Mineral Springs.
Venice Airport was
by The
the City Council Tuesday after at 8 p.council m. for a also public set June 23
noon for further study on the petition of :
The lease agreement was Cabs of Venice Tropical
to the council I Inc. for a
by certificate of public
City Attorney M. A. Braswell fence. The hearing, conven.
st a special waiver-of-nolice under city ordinance WLconfo
Is de
Tuesday, called to
meeting acton signed to show the need, or
request for a replat of
a the lack of one, for Issuance
30 lots In Blocks 220 and 224 of a second certificate.Just .
of the Edgewood section
Braswell pointed out that the prior to the waiver of
suggested lease differed from notice meeting, city officials
met with representative of the
other leases on airport property
Housing and
in that it would allow the Home Finance
Agency, Russell
lease holder to sublet the property and Axon consulting
engineers, Suncoast a
to smaller business firms
Contractors and the city water
And he went on to explain board.
s trit Gulf Coast Industrial De-
opment apparently I Is a holdIng The meeting was called In
for an attempt to work out terms
company the Olson
of an extension of time for the
c -npany: which bought out the .
contracting firm which is installing
Jodel-American holdings sev-
a water main under
ei tl weeks ago. the canal right of way at Turin
Braswell said the proposed Street.
lease calls for subordination by
the city of its claims on the The engineers agreed at the
property In favor of a first request of Mayor Smyth D
mortgage In favor of the Small Brohard to initiate the requestfor
Business Administration from the time extension from
I which the firm reportedly HHFA, the federal agency fi-
: to seek financial aid for nancing the $356,000 water
pana .
development of the property plant expansion program. t =: 7fuW; WA.MV rr TM

The city attorney advised A request from the West o1 o/I.'".
{ <
fCalnst such terms, explainingthat Coast Inland Navigation, District nil .. ., ,, '. '
if the lessee should dc- for right of way deeds for ,
ftult, the city might "lose the the East Venice Avenue bridge ,,,, t
forever." spanning, the canal was tabled ;
property for( study until the next regular
The proposal calls for a 40-
year lease on the property at council meeting
$100] a month, for a total of The State Road Department 4JIkI"
$40000. is requesting all of East Ven

t tJ Said Councilman Ralph Anderson ice Avenue from the Tamiaml
J the city's airport direc-I Trail to a point 86 feet east of -
,! trr "I don't think the city Warfield Avenue for the bridge
I -ould run the slightest risk in light of war. Immediate ac ri-Lary
tion is needed, according to 1.
1-) ing any of that property. ,
I Other members of the council Dewey Dye WCIND counsel, w
Indicated they concurred. for the awarding of contracts ,

The petition for a replat of for the bridge, probably in al t I I, dr I 1
\ the 30 blocks in Edficwood!: was July.
\ presented to council by C C Approaches to the bridge will
,i iI it (Chips) Johnson, local realtor start at Florida Street on the
on behalf of a client, Stewart west end and In the vicinity
Tendleton. Council approvedthe of the waterworks at the east
i replatting] which will In-end.

Plattner/ InstalledBy ,

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Nokomis LionsNorman


L. Plaltner was installed I Planner a carrier for theVenice
president of the Noktmis Post Office, resides
Lions Club at a Ladies' with his wife and youngsters

Night dinner meeting Tuesdayat on Laurel Avenue Venice.

Marchione's Restaurant I Other new officers who were '

installed were Charles Clayton, c 4
first vice-president; Tim Comber ,, J r. #
et ,
I second vice-preaident j 'I s ?rr
Lemon Auxiliary William Pitcock. third vice. '

president; Ed Warner, secretary ?

Installation Set ;, Arthur Frank Koneisman Marchione,,treasurer Lion. j Li

ENGLEWOOD Arrangement tamer twister.and Dick Saeger, tail : $

for the annual installation Named directors for two
ceremonies were outlinedat years were Dale Bourdreauand
while directors
Paul Taylor
the regular meeting of Lem.
for one year are George
on Bay Post Unit 276, American
Devlin and Maurice Stephens
Legion Auxiliary, Monday
ni :ht. The Installing\ officers were
GilHland of Bradenton.
Paul ,
The Induction ceremonies to
who Incoming deputy district
be held next Monday by Eighth (
Witte of
governor, end Henry
District President Mrs. William
North Fort Myers, international
Eisele of Port Charlotte and
her staff of officers will\ be Lions counselor
preceded by a covered dish The retiring president, Lewis

t dinner starting at 6 p.m. Clapp, was presented a pastpresident's
The recently elected officers r
to( be installed are president,
Mrs. Norman Coulon; first License plate collectors In Fish and cruise from
vice-preaident, Mrs. Clayton the United States are SO num. NEW OWNERS Trailer Acres is under new management

Rhodes; second vice-president, erous, they have club, knownas Boris Kaye and E. H. Grayson, waterfront mobile home site at new Trailer Acres.
managed by
and is
License Collectors personally
I Mrs, Roy Meehl; secretary, the Auto

Mrs. William E Herdman; Assn. both well-known Venice developers and investors. They are proud Mobile home sites 50' x 85' in f
treasurer, Mrs, Louie D. Shop- ,
pard; historian. Mrs. Pete YOUR-'-- of their reputation for creating attractive, successful projects platted I units I, 2, and 3 available TKOLTI $8 95.

Gassawav; chaplain, Mrs. Em. Trailer Acres their finest
est Thelin; sergeant-at-arms. and are dedicated to making down 5 to 10 discount for
Mrs Ralph Athey assi tantIergeantatar"I Terms 10% up to years pay. %

Mrs. Clark ((1. CARby community. cash. With approved streets, engineered drainage, permanent 1
Eccles; executive\ committee I'
members, Mrs. Hilda H. Clare, NEW STREETS Finest modern utilities along Trailer Acre's management, central sewer, and central water, complete entrance,
Mrs Frank McCook and Mrs.
Clark Eccles. Bill Phillips stately streets and boulevards (lower left) beautiful trees.PROPOSED.

Members, friend and guests Planning your summer vacation -
Ire requested towide a covered about now? Remember to : Boat BasinRecreation
dish, table sre' and the I plan to drive early In the morning And a NEW feeling of friendly neighborliness at this mobile Center

ladies of the el' 'Mary will ,I on hot days and stop early. Here wonderful
the banks of Myakka. ,
serve hot coffee and the meat Cooler driving Is easier-and home community on (Construction of Recreation Center to begin
course. I you'll have time for a dip In and the soothing waters of Warm
The committee in charge of the motel pool! fishing is at your" fingertips within 30 days for use within 6 months!)

President arrangements Mrs headed Marie bv L.Past Albright i, the Night lights driving on your? See car thai work.all Mineral I Springs just /a mile away. New Owners personally on premises 10-5 daily and Sunday to

Includes Mrs. Lloyd Walk around your car once a homes like show the property and answer your every question!
week with lights on. Have your NEW NEIGHBORS in attractive, modern mobile you
Mrs.Simonson George! Mrs.Beach Clark, Mrs.Gould Harry wife switch hit on the turn brake signals pedal Then and (top right) one at Florida's most unusual mobile home retirement Drive US 41 (Tamiami Trail Entrance just south of Myakka River

Wyatt Mrs. Frank
lenses. Be sure
clean light Bridge) to
Mrs and Mrs
Norman Coulon turn on headlights, not park development.

Earl Wern. ing lights, at dusk. I Is
During the meeting, In recognition Some Insurance firms give
of her two years as lendr "safe driver" special rates. Do
and of her dedicated service ? Have you had an
to the unit, retiring president incident in the past five years?

Mrs Clare was presented Ask your insurance agent r
with a gift, by the unit. about It. Some rates drop by
It was decided, as has !been 15 to 25 percent!
customary In the past, to dispense Ever lee a man'l smile N
with the regular meetIngs broad as when he's driving a
during July and August. brand new Ford Its a wonder-
ui feeling. When jrou'w due A D 64LS 147 i

for a new car, stop and see us
SWimlnS70Water Venice where you get home.

town fairness and honesty o

along with genuine hometown 1ll
frlendlinrU. We're at 1562 e
AT South Tamlaml Trill. Come in

Warm Mineral loon tlea411ghts on your ear may
of 12 one.inchtltameter I
someday be a row

Springs sealed be center a m ON THE BEAUTIFUL MfAKKA RIVER I

units clusteredThe tideaa Is now
12 Miles South of Venice of he testing US 41 JUST II MILES SOUTH OF VENICE oJ
experimental ,
On US 41! .. h Jr



Rainbow Girls InstallationRites I Nazarene Bible School Starts MondayCompleted Trixie Nelson Is Again Proxy- I

plan have been teachers for Junior boys and
I announced for the Vacation Bl girls; Mrs Anita Farley of Of V-E Cosmotologist Assn. t
ble School at the Church of the Venice, and Mrs. Monty Jonesof

See Janie Bruin OfficerSome Nazarene in South Venice Venice Gardens, teachers of Trixie Nelson of Venice was akka Gourmet Room Th .
I *.
which will the
begin Monday and primary group, Mrs Mary termas fair will be for members I
continue through Friday of Biener of Englewood and Mrs. re-elected to her second association and their of the,
next week. Barbara Shock of Venice president of the Venice-Englewood guest
100 parents, relatives 4 _vRltA t T".n r.a.t., The theme this year Is "Dis teachers for the kindergarten Area Cosmetologist --'-
and other guests attended the : covering God's Way," There croup and Mrs Dee Shock of
officer installation of Order of will be classes for all ages Venice, in charge of the nursery Assn, at a meeting Thursdayat Jcnior:: Section Sets
Rainbow for Girls, Venice Assembly from nursery through 14-year the Englewood Savings and
57, on May 24 at the olds Sessions will be from 9 Mrs. C. M Andrews of Venice Loan Community Room, Rummage Sale HereA

Masonic Temple. a.m until 11;30 a.m. There will will be In charge of the Other officers elected were rummage sale will be
Miss Janie Bruin was installed be study classes, music, handcrafts music and Mrs. held
Alma Urschel Anne K Keyser first vice. by the Junior Section of
as worthy advisor and choseas recreation and refreshments of St the
Petersburg will be the Venice Nokomis
her colors blue and white. each day. president; Fecle Shumard, sec Woman', ClUb
pianist Mrs,
1F t. Flora Cutlip of on Saturday at 218
She presented bouquets to C err 1wa The teaching staff will Include Venice Is arranging the refreshments ond vice president; Cathy lami Trail, next to South the Tarn
her new officers, and corsages the the Rev C. Venice
pastor, and Miss! Penny Flowers third vice-president; Home Bakery. The houri
and gifts to Mrs Louise Webb M. Andrews, Mrs. June Shat- of the
Shattuck of Nokomis will be In Merle Thomas, fourth vice- sale are from 9am.
mother advisor, Mrs Lester tuck of Nokomis, director of of until 12:30
charge recreation.
president; Jean Frazzini, fifth p.m,
Wendt, pianist and accompan. the school and teacher of the
j 1st for the soloist, Marsha '.t n Junior High group, Mrs. Ber- All youngsters, aces four to vice.president; Carol Huston, Persons desiring to cwitrib-
Baird. nice Reed of Englewood, and 14 are welcome. Transportation secretary; Betty Burkett, financial ute items for the sale may

First of her major duties will ... Mrs. Grace Cashatt of Venice, will be furnished for any secretary; Marla Polo bring them to the sale location
be attendance at the June 21 f who wish to attend Transpor treasurer, and Elinor Corvlll, on Friday morning or leave ,
for state tation arrangements! and addit- historian. them with any member of the
grand; assembly chapters '
in Jacksonville. iI t Calvary Church Has tonal details can be had by I The new officers will be Installed Junior Section

Other new officers are Miss i' calling the Nazarene parson at a banquet Sunday Mrs. H J. Petersen !it chairman .
Linda Rose Stevenson, worthy Sings, Youth WorkThe age, 488.5007. June 14. at 7:30: p.m. at the My- for the sale

associate advisor; Miss Dianne .----
Lash, Charity; Miss Sharon Sunday evening Hymn-
Morton, Hope and Miss Willens sing Services are continuing
Hendrix Faith. every Sunday night at 7;30 at

Also, Misses Lynette Younger .r the Calvary Reformed Churchof
recorder; Louella KirbY, I/ Venice Gardens. The pastorof $
treasurer; Georgia Williamson, I the Calvary Church, The
chaplain; Susan Capasso, drill Rev. Frank J Shearer, will begin -
leader; Sandy Badger, Love; a series of messages this
Dianne Peterson Religion; A Sunday night on the life of
Mary Eva Martin Nature; Moses, At the 11 a.m. servicethe t ee .
Ali e Angel, Immortality; Norma r t sermon topic will be "Bible '
Owen, Fidelity; Sherry Reading and Prayer in the l na eyr'l +.

Chamberlain Patriotism: Nancy ... Schools" Everyone is cordially i
--- ---
Cooper Service; Inez Stev. Invited to these services ft
en"",,", Confidential Observer; THEY'LL LEAD THE WAY Four of the ton, Hope; Linda Rose Stevenson Worthy Seventeen Junior and senior :i. -
Jams White. Outer Observer; new officers of the Order of Rainbow Girls, Associate Advisor Janie Bruin, Worthy Advisor I high" school young people from .v :
Mary Piper choir director and Venice Assembly; No 57, pose prettily for our and Willene Hendrix, Faith. the Calvary Church will attend .
Cynthia Aldrich, musician. camera.. They are. left to right. Sharon Mor a Youth Conference o< the .. .M
The Venice Assembly will Florida Reformed Churches
sponsor a fashion show on next week at Sebring. The conference "
Aug 19. Area Secretaries Reknown Minister-Educator this summer, which :
will be directed by The Rev.
Mr. Shearer, will feature interesting !! 0
Install OfficersNew and relevant Bible discussions ins
Assembly Of God St. Mark's Guest Speaker during the morning .1fr8i. 'S5'1 .

officers of the Venice sessions and recreation duringthe "s"
Bible School ToldThe Area Chapter, National Secretaries I afternoons Missionary emphasis -
Association were installed social and a candlelight
Venice Church of the Astwmbly
at dinner Mon i hi service will highlight the
a meeting tit even-
of God is planning to r y Where
center its Vacation Bible day evening at the Fisherman's i tii. I In, programs are you headingFINANCIALLY
School this year around the Wharf Restaurant. n, Those attending will]) be* Dan

theme Full Speed Ahead 1 They are Carolyn Minger, t Coulbourne, Mike Estes, Sara ?
With Christ Our Captain" president; Dorothy Douglas t Havenstrlte, Rav Joelson Jan
According to the pastor, the vice president: Margaret I Karako Diane Kit'slintt. Doug
Slack, recording secretary: las Kle ;Rev Victor Maurice, this nautical The only sure way to HAVE
theme will be prominent Maggie Griffin, correspond Cheryl Raffner, Steve Ray-
secretary and Sue Estes, treas- burn, Sharon Simmons, Peggy
M every area of the school money is to SAVE money. HEAD
which win urer Sauerwine, Inez Stevenson,
open Monday and
Catherine Bear of Bradenton. **ess Voorhees, Steve Voor
continue through June 19 Sessions .
newly elected Florida Division hees, Fran Webinga and John
will begin at 7 each even- FOR FIRST FEDERAL and open
Secretary conducted the can- Webinga.
In and
;: will close at 9.
This two weeks is dlelite ceremony. I II account
open your savings now.
to all children between the Reports on the Florida Division Colorado has more than 1,000
convention held last weekend .
ages of 4 and 14. A special peaks two miles high I
in Tampa, were given by
course will be taught by the
Sue Robbins, delegate, and I t
pastor for those 15 years old VENICE OFFICE
Doris Schroeder
through Persons adult wishing ages. additional Guests present in addition to 601 South Tamiami Trail'

information are requested to Mrs. Bear were Mary Treat, I-I I DO PEOPLE
Bradenton, and Irene Show-
call 488-4016 acre and Thelma! Clabaugh, ,

I Emmanuel Church of A Venice.group will attend from the the local Sarasota chapter & READSMALL FIRSTd ;;

Tells School Plan chapter's Installation dinner ADS?

Preliminary plans were any Tides.
noun<'E'd today by the Rev. I
!I' Charles I. Rowe pastor of the N-I- YOU ARE! 200 S. Pineapple Ave 3550 S. Tamiami I Tr, 361 Harding Circle

Emmanuel Lutheran Church Laurel Shores MeetThe SAVE BY JUNE 10th EARN FROM JUNE 1st.
I ,
for the Vacation Bible School CANON:' LeROY D. LAWSON, D.D.
which will be held for two Laurel Acres Civic Assn
weeks. The school will open members held their annual picnic j
next Monday and conclude on last Sunday at the home of The Rev Canon LeRoy D young people for college Be- 1 ji
June 28 The hours! will be from Mrs. Charles Hupe Lake View Lawson, D.D., rector of Saint cause of his knowledge and ex- i
9 until 11;30am. Persons wish- Drive, Laurel. About 40 members Barnabas Church at DeLand, perience on the subject and his
ing additional information area family and guests attend. has been invited by the Episcopal eloquence of speech. Canon "COME ON IN...
ked to call either 438-4942 or ed the affair. A buffet lunch Church Women of St Lawson should interest collegeage
4882373. All) children will be was served, followed by a Mark's Episcopal Church to groups of all faiths as wellas rJf THE WEATHER'S FINE"
welcome. social hour. I assist and preach the sermon theinr parents
at both the 9 and 11 o'clock services Following the 11 o'clock service .
i 'J4. VENICE MOVIE: LOG on Sunday morning. a coffee hour will be held F
where all meet and talk
may 10
Canon Lawson has been rector 1ry'
with him '
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL of Saint Barnabas for the ,
DRIVLMM: THEATRE:: past 17 years and Is Honorary -
Canon of Saint Luke's Churchin
TRI'R. 'RI. UT. rm '''T.
TDK FRI/B" Orlando. He also is an In- The Venice Chapter, No. 248, MILLION
"I'MrJ.I1'CR 'ARTY" .nil structor and chaplain at Stet- Order of Eastern Star, will ; ,
....... A..I... ens A..tt. ton University, DeLand. meet this evening at 8 o'clock '
A TANK IN VIF.TN"'I\' Canon Lawson is describedas In the Masonic Temple. 'I DOLLARRATE

MI'N.-\j: TI IFS.: a noted authority on college Hostesses for the social hour
SIN. MON TIFS "t NntR THK "'!\IVI 111 TRFE-: work of the Episcopal Church following the meeting will be dv
"THB BEST MAN" wAR IK nl HELL" and a brilliant and outstanding Mrs. Harriet Hendrix, Mrs 1
Starrlni' speaker. He will address the Clarine Hoffman, Mrs. Chrystal ( 1
open gr.'e Night 1 REDUCTIONfor
fond. Joelson and Mrs Antoinette
college on
e Mil. North .g l'.s. 41-ti _r.r young age! group
how wp can best prepare our Jones. t

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NOTICE: This !is no time to fool around. We need money NOW!! We are highly OVERSTOCKED and CUSTOMERS

things are NOT MOVING Fast enough W* have more Furniture coming in and need the storage

l' pace and we've got to pay our Bill W. have no choice but' to Cut it Loose Our Ion i it your

Gain. This will be your chance of the year to buy furniture at a price you WANT TO PAY Wad .P Now man thanverbefor.it
Ballard: Owner. l
whole lot cheaper

______ r -a" to go alltlwfiia hie
rf'#'. 01 your kitchen
i a ; laundry-your
entire home
I t*
a than toaneacombiaatioa

e of service

Eleciricity ceala'a
little,yet doe to
touch forth*
...WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRICairconditioning enjoyment if

I, VENICE FURNITURE modern living! L


w -". \ 2 MILES SOUTH OF VENICE HIGHWAY 41 II .nrhe; i.t

M elm I .urn.. It "m II
elan Idd... '11, i l' I h' aura. \ 1\ Friends love to come over..and your in winter from the urn compact unit.
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e By PEACIIIE EDGE--- Presbyterian Rites Unite Epiphany School Wilma DeBoer's Engagement

(Pinch.hitting for Graduates ElevenMembers I IMr

Dorothy Gaynor) To Mark Edward Farley Told
Women's Editor of the eighth grade

Phone Item. to 48 SMSI Miss Iingrey Mr. ImhoffMr I any graduating Catholic class School of the received Epiph

and Mrs. Sidney DeBoer
their diplomas at the 10 30
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,I folks, It'. vacation time arrive this weekend from and Mrs. Arthur F. Im- m Mass Sunday at the Epiphany of Morrison, 111., this week announced -

and I'm off on my an. berry, S. C. The Merricks New hoff will be at home at 345 Catholic Church, celebrated the engagement and
;tWO weeks adventure into building a new home are Shamrock Blvd. Venice Gardens by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor forthcoming marriage of their
on the
,odd of the fourth estate, waterfront In Nokomis Acres upon their return on June George W Cummings, Pastor, daughter, Wilma to Mark Ed-
and practiced at The and will be 15 from their honeymoon in Monsignor Cummings pre-
,en the guests of their New York sented diplomas to Debra Ben ward Farley, 265 S. Nokomis
Frankly friends, son and City
:30UER.> daughter-in-law. Mr. nett Suzanne Ave. Venice.
They Benz, Patricia ,
were married
known how nice things and Mrs. Friday inan
nd Stuart Merrick
505 Burke, Janet Divine Michael
going to be, I may never Beach Park Blvd. until evening double ring ceremony Miss DeBoer I Is a graduate of
the at Driscoll, David William Farrell -
left Last year I house is ready. Also, arriving byterian Venice-Nokomis Pres Tamara Dianne Jenkins, the Rockford Memorial Schoolof
itnted on the many: 1m- next week to visit the Merrick David A.Church Bowles with The Rev. Donna Maria McCarthy, Ger. Nursing, Rockford, 111., and
ments, i 1. air-condition. household, will be Mrs. Merrick's ficiating pastor' of aid Robert Matherne, Linda is presently employed at Memorial -
more and prettier rooms, mother and' sister, Mrs. The s I Louise Reiter and Linda Helen
bride Is In .
the former Miss Hospital Sarasota.Mr.
hut, voila, the best yet has J. C. Miles and Miss Gloria Shearer
!. No more waiting for Miles, from Indianapolis Pauline L. KIngrey, daughterof Farley was in the NatIonal -
-nN Ind Mr.. Ruth This Is the second graduatingclass
of lee, the old eight cuphai The junior Merricks moved and E. Peters of Sarasota for the local parochial Guard for seven year

been replaced by a here several years ago from Bucyrus Darrell Kmgrey of school, established five years and worked at the Tnbune-
Ohio. The is
30 cup wonder that keeps Newberry and are office-neigh. the son of Mr. and Mrs Byron ago. In the beginning, the Times Co. in Tampa, for five
magic brew coming hot bors of yours truly. school had 'just four grades,
of 1118 Nokomis Ave. years. He 1 is now employed at
!tart Alas, I didn't evento -0- with additional grades being
Miss Theresa Kingrey, theirlde'i the Farley Funeral Home Ven-
bring my own type. added each ,
It will be a proud and happy sister, was her only] at- year. Ice.
,t we all have brand Members of this year's class
occasion for Mr and Mrs tendant.: Best man was CalvinS.
Quite an Improve. who have been in the school
ones Richard N. Satava, genial hosts Flowers of Gulf Drive, Englewood The wedding date has been
those ones rusted since its beginning, number
over at the 40 Winks Motel on the and ushers were Larry set for Aug. 21, in the Ebenezer
water from the trip AcJ seven. They are Debra Bennett
*! Tamiaml Trail, when they and Lee and Jack KIngrey, Reformed Church of Morrison. MISS DeBOER .
o; ark I hope these stand son, Martin brother of the bride. Patricia Burke, Janet Divine
journey to Baltimore
long and strong as those Michael Driscoll, Donna
to see eldest son, Richard For the ceremony, the
did however. Serious- McCarthy, Linda Reiter and

foe hat never, fails to amaze from N pre-med Satava school Jr., graduate at Johns church baskets of was white decorated gladioli with and ( ,F'" l4J Linda Achievement Shearer. awards YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn
concrete of presented
a. l
Hopkins palms Miss Marsha Baird
growth of "our Young Dick will by Monsignor Cummingswent
lid own spend the plaved the nuptial music. Auto Insurance
la the ever Increasaff summer months to Linda Reiter, highest
paoer" -
of workers here. Preton working in a laboratory in The bride made her own '' honor award for scholastics; I 1. NEW LOW RATES
they will have to fur. Philadelohla and then in the wedding gown of lace and sat- W Debra. Bennett, award of 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
fall he'll enter Hahnemann In. The street length satin achievement Patricia Burke, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY
-ame tags so that the poor ;
dress fashioned with fitted
Medical was a -
and Hospital
religion award and Tamara
like me can tell
imers located In the City of Brotherly bodice and softly pleated Jenkins, good citizenship

yon( first. Love Dick Is.a 19RO.. .graduate. ]jacket skIrt worn bound with the a brief neck.lace inhoff"ao: I award. _
-v- 01 the venice High School The at jewel Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. The children choir composed
...thy Gaynor (ts spending senior Satavas and Martin will line with satin. of students in the fourth
two-weeks well-deserved I visit with friends and relatives She wore matching<< accessories eral days at the World's Fair. I former home in Oneonta, N. through seventh grades, sang
i wonderful trip to visiti In Cleveland. Ohio, before returning and a miniature veil at- The bride was educated in''I Both are employed at the Y'I I'for( the Mass. 116 W. Venice Avenue
- and relatives and will to Venice< ached to a seed pearl crown. Huntington, W. Va.. and Sarasota ice office of General The graduates are studentsof Tel.phon t 480"2200 'T:1Compare :
rr give you all the detailsshe -G Her bouquet was of white rose and the groom In his phone Co. Sister Mary Helen, O.S.B.

returns to her regu- Learned almost bv accident buds chid. centered with a white or principal of the school Sister

and that Paul Taylor of Nokomis, Mary Joseph, O.S.B., and Mr.
-- is a "100 per cent Secretary," Her. maid of honor wore a St. Mark's Episcopal Church James McCoy.On .

Luke's was certainly Lions that I.. He received this street-length afternoon gown Saturday, Monsignor
with matching accessories and Cummings and the members of
I am deserved
! of all the young area sure
i award at a Lions conventionheld corsage. Closing Exercises TonightClosing the school faculty feted the
seeking a career as alan
Mr. and Mrs. John In Hollywood a few days The reception was held at thecouple' graduates with a breakfast at !

*>ft.of Nokomis have pone ago Paul Is the retiring secretary home. ,Assisting Shamrock were Boulevard Mesdames exercises at the St. rhythm band, easel painting I the Epiphany Church Hall.

i Duke University at Durto of the Nokomis Lions. : M W. Wise, T. C. Bov- Mark's Episcopal Pariah Day end art masterpiece recognit-
see son John LawtonJr Also attending the convention enton, P. L. Cross and' B. N. School will be held this eveningat Ion. Does Will MeetThe Get the best car rental deal fromEGONOGAR
, ., receive his B S. were Mrs. Taylor Mr. and 7:00: in' the Parish Hall of
Zarle. Some of the field trips the Benevolent and Patriotic
Mrs. Norman Plattner (he'ithe
John will continue hiss the church.
{ Mr and Mrs. Imhoff left Immediately includ
children participated in Order of Does, Drove No. 141
new Nokomis ), Mr
at the medical college nrexy The children will present a
after the retention
ed those to the Gardens their
and Mrs. Tim Gomber and Jungle will hold regular meeting
University. H. is ate of recitationsand
rvlor Dick Seager. for' their wedding trip. While In program songs ion Sarasota, the fire station, a next Thursday, June 11, at 8
dances under the directionof
of Kentucky Military
New York they will spend sev. seed, grocery store and a bakery p m. at the Elks Hall.
only'differenc. Is the low
-0- the
rte, and an outstandingit their teachers, Mrs. Thomas
a train ride to Sarasota There will be one meeting
As evidenced by his Receiving his A.B. In physical Edmondson, four-vear-old kindergarten the airport, a farm and shell during the month of June, July
lance at Baylor Junior Musicians and Mrs, George MORE Costs LESS
education from Lerioir Rhv. gathering on the beach. and August. Offers you yon
-o- ne College, In Hickory; N. C., Dillon, five-year-old kinder.
comers to the area, ali was Peter Hobart Rmlev, son Present Recital garten. I FREE Pickup or You Saw lip to 40%
have visited fre- of Mrs. Robert M. Ripley. of Diplomas will be presentedto
1 they Delivery a Credit cards honored
r, are Mr arid Mrs Nokomis. and the late Captain Members of the Venice Jun- the older class by the Rev.
R. Merrick, expected toSKIRTS Ripley Pet. Is a 11BO() grad of lot Music Club recently gave a Don is D. Patterson, rector and Safety Seat-Belts By the boor, day.
the Venice piano demonstration in rooms director of the school Children
High School.
03 Insurance week month
Gas or
-0- six and seven at the Venice.Nokomis who will receive diplomasare t ae ,
Methodist Church Lvnn Hamilton, Gerard I

\1o school Headed at Duke for the University graduate is According to the teacher and Miles. Tracy Ponder, Lawrence I want to expreu my Drive our New
counselor for the MrsJ 1
group Smith, Carol Leet, Kathleen
!Stephen' Michael Chiles, son of I and I 9 9
Mr and Mrs, A. Hightower, the demonstration Butler, Susan HIgel, Cary appreclstion automatic shift
Daniel D. Chiles r
deviated from the usual Smith, Thomas Bo, Johnathan thanks to the many $3
of Nokomis, who received hisA 2-door VALIANTS.
',223 W, VENICE AYE.1ress .B. from Davidson College, annual spring recital in thatIt Brltton. Dawn Caspersen, Kim- r people who wpported "
was very informal. The berly Wallace, Lee Ann Cline I Also, other fins teerxw
N. C Young Chiles theDean' 5th and
was young musicians, who are and Susan Smith. Kathleen me in the May CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
list and a member of Ce- .. ...
monsored by the Federated Denison< is an under-graduate. May 26th Primari.1 -
the Eumenean Society at slightly higher rates.
Literary r :
cllian Music Society, plaved Those in the four-year-old Con
for the office of fA
His social fraternity is Phi
piano solos and duets. Theompositions kindergarten are Laurie Jones,
Gamma Delta and he Is a I stable.
: ranged from the Amanda Halpin, Laura Pmaud,
member of Alpha Phi Omega II lad throw g h pent .. :.. t JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
aroque per '-- Kathy u"'y, a.iargare vev'
e national service fraternity. day compositions. (IIan, Rosalie Boyd, Denice RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.1096
Elementary students were Wright, Richard Ruth Michael LEO I

rewarded for the vear's work Smith, Gregory Ponder, Christopher CENTERVenice
Candy Stripers with small piano pins and old Patterson David Pal-

er children were presented one mer, Bradley Edmondson and
Said Needed Here volume of a minlatue library of Shawn Dunn.Refreshments. BELSITO Shopping CenterCALL

; music. will be served US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER
I of the are following the with I
Members grouo program
LEAR Two Meetings Set Janse Conover. Robin Kiehl, Mrs John Meadows as chair

Mike Johns, Todd Pullen, Michael man of the committee prepar- &iiiiiii iiiI walde fWsd siewet-e.ed sy.Ma. IiiioiiiiiIi8
Candy Stripers, girls betweenthe Roberts, Gayle Jacobs. Ins the refreshments.The .
age of IS through high Linn Vercheskl Duane Andrews trustees of the school are

ADRAS school, are needed to assist Kathy Hardee, Betty the Rev. Mr. Patterson, Dr L. t
with the Hospital Auxiliary Blackburn, Krlstt Nelson. Kristine D Jaeger, Marshall Hayworth,
Volunteer program in the Yen Wheeler, Mary Keeter, Mrs. Meadows Mrs. Robert
ice Hospital particularly during Susan Palmer, Karen Prevatt, Becker, Delbert Weedon, Mrs.
the summer months Sharon' Keeter, Debbie Wolfe, Margaret Gusack, Mrs Ed r
e BLAZERS An important meeting of all Nickl Thomas Tommy Jenkins mondson and Mrs Dillon. & DRAPERY r
Candy Stripers, old and new, Diane Petersen, Donald According to the director, the VENICE UPHOLSTERY
BERMUDAS has been scheduled for tomorrow Woodrum, Lila Joeckel, Janet school has had a very success

at 12:34: p.m. in Wing C.6 Blackburn, Kathryn Leighton ful year. Some of the youthful
BLOUSES at the Venice High School and Janet Leighton and Doris students activities have been

anyone interested i< urged to Kruse. field trips, religious Instruction -

jlunior Sizes attend. dancing, musical and to serve you completely.. .
Then, on Monday, at 1:30: More than 1,750 patents were singing programs, games OJ
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I Haley Another Report Whoppina Deficit Is In Sight;

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By JAMES: A. HALEY This has become an annual) billion duvtn so hard on spending thata gress could and should bers of the House But unfor- time fiscal year be set aside Iin the piled-up debt
ritual. Congress makes a stab This ceiling business is getting fixed ceiling means what it do It could pass legislation I tunately, we are far from being for the sole purpose of retiringour 'set Dr In the $10 et t the
It Is about four weeks until at fixing a ceiling: sooner or to mean less and less. says Nobody else is going to which would make mandatorysome In the majority, and the national debt. This wouldbe debt lIervice Char bUhoa t y,
the end of the government i ifjCal later the Treasury says it can Except as a possible psychological do this, and in the words of degree of debt reductionin Ways and Means Committee. mandatory the S per Icantly the amount to (alt
(or bookkeeping) year. not live under that ceiling!:, and deterrent, it has little or the late House each fiscal year during has shown no Interest in hearIng cent would have to be appliedto tlclpated deficit for Dry( \ .
Come June 30, the upending and The Congress raises it again, no effect, even on a "tempor- Committee peacetime. I have repeatedly our views the debt before any funds But we will never ';
receiving accounts will be always on a "temporary' ary" basis, Congress has several Cannon, if The APpropriatlon.I' urged this course on my colleagues My own proposal would re- appropriated for any other thlll horrifYing bundepN
closed for the last 12 month, basis The "permanent" ceiling choices It can forget not do it, there and the proposal has quire that the first five percent purpose could be disbursed. taxpayers, and \ .
and Treasury and Budget in case you cannot remember about it altogether, go on with else to pass the been made In varying form of the revenues of the True, the proposed reductionrate my, unltss the """*
Bureau official will total ul that fAr hack. I-t $271 Ibis annual pretense or crack I There Is by a growing number of mem- United States In each peace- would make no big/ hole start we Well\!
the results
The answer as usual, will be>
a whopping deficit probably in
the billion.near neighborhood of $1 10( P W-D BRAND U.'S. CHOICE Extra Value Trimmed

The national debt at the
moment stands at 308.8 billion SIRLOIN OR
The debt limit by law is $315
billion. But that limit is "tem- BONELESS TOPROUND
porary," and under present 39c
June law reverts 30. to $309 billion after Ii. TEAK

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Douglas Dillon already has Per Pound
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the Senate Finance Com-
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Day ceremonies were -

last Legion Saturday Park in under the American balmy. 1.0ilDS.: u. 59' ALL PURPOSE

.f skies, with Captain Harry Fra B Colt:
Tee World the War Memorial II veteran Day delivering Bacon 1Age a e. Shortening I ee

The speaker stating that the
purpose of the service was to 1di. rat lair CM
pay tribute to the nation's he AlOe sArt jot SAVE2kCOPElAND'S
roes of all wars who made the WleHiers :f Per C 319 C
supreme sacrifice, said that we Can 39
wish we could assert that they' ? Pound
had not died in vain but subse C C
world-wide quent wars turmoil and present and threats day use! <6)5e 4 9 5 9

precludes such a statement. FROZEN ft. i U ltOMWKk$5wMf a OnUr UsA OM Yw. Ook Whit $S *f MeN Orfsr
Frazee paid tribute to the '
late General Douglas MacAr ..1tOmS u. ,; j/
thur extolling him ai the greatest -
soldier of our time and the QUICK FROZEN LAMB SHOULDER!

poorest peoples of politician.the world He recognized said the hop MB; ,c 1 THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAIDBARTLETT Asst Flavors Reg. Or Low Calorie

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soldier of the century who was ICE CUES
awarded everv medal l his coun-
try had to offer and was the '
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recipient of awards from 30
other countries SUPFRBRCottage Milk
The guest speaker vice president
of Sarasota Project Alert, Cheese
spent 28 months of his WWII
service as a prisoner of war in 15iN0.21h

!' Italy Legionnaire and Germany.C. F. Hig/rm-/ u.29c ai Half 38C' 3 Tans $100 tans ox. $ 00

: botham, director cf the Memorial Gar. uak :
lt! I Day acvtivities for the WISCONSIN OLD fASHION MILD lisrt
Englewood Legionnaires was nn. !AVE
master of ceremonies. Cheese 5 ge

j J The program opened with selections .
High School Band led Director SAVE3c-THRlfiYlMlD
bv 1
John A. Sleasman, followed C eese ''OILPk 9 We Give I' "-"u.i ,. ; Milk N"HIllCat" '10'
I q I. bv the posting of the colors bv I sea _I lR Q. '[ .-PliU'_'. -- \:"E, i. SAVII6cIHRlfTYMAIDr'AI'PLE.GRFRUITORORANGECheese . limit Four, *
Commander TOPVALUE
colors posted represented Lemon r' Drink ;. . 4 A&:' slOB
on Bay Post American Lelon, etPSr. 3 5e Fancy Juicy YellowLEMONS F
j' WWI 2744 post and auxiliary SAVE 10c-DEEP SOUTH

!. and Lemon Bay Post Auxiliary PILLSBURY OIIALlARD'S CANNED STAMPS Mayonnaise uJfrw 39e
Unit, American Lepion A"L C ,
I Past Commander James Fox n- SAVE ec-BLUE BAY
,I commanded the color I guards BSCUlB S C.n',7 _ Ne.lrzr" 19c
Legionnaire The Rev. Arlo L. Tuna . itaitTkr.
Lemback of St. David Episcopal ( SAVE io -THRIFTY MAID SWEET

,Church gave the invocation 11 !, &: ._ 2 9 c c.";:::. Potatoes 2 e.2dCII 35c

Ernest Newman Sr Englewood SAVE JJe-THRIFTY MAD
'. only Spanish-American PECO FOLDING Ns 2'h Call
I War veteran was presented. y t SUGAR SWEET JUMBO Tomatoes 5 uadtFh, sl00
\ Other guests Introduced were: Chaise Lounge The Smart SAVlI6c-DEEPSOU
I Acting Commander Francis Place To Go.. Pineapples ea. ChIC 2.a.Jar 59
4i Miller. WWI Barracks 2744: Peanut Butter LheIt -, t: Mrs. Hilda H Clare, presidentof IB. Diamtr For Good FANCY FLORIDA VALENCIA SAVE 1 k-SLICK
of Legion Auxiliary: Mrs Alum Tubing 2'/' In. $ ""'. T T t C s100
:? Charles F. Willis. President w..thx Rsiltsst 60ft Things To Eat Oranges 5 lbs. 49? Dog Food lS lima 111t514
WWI auxiliary Mrs. HarrvWyatt
r who presented the Gold CRISP' JUMBO STALK
It Star Mothers t __ FOODS Cucumber Chips .uSo'9'!
i Carl Miller Jr.. who will HANDY BUTLER SPACE SAVER
represent Celery
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f Lemon Bay Post at MRS. SMITH FROZEN
I Boy's State this summer and "t9te 1 n..I-e" Preserves. 3 1.,10:
Miss Dcmetrla Odom delegate SAVl8cWHITlAIIOWUQUIDWk

(...1: to Bar Girl's Post Unit State were from presented Lemon :. Pies Ea. 39c Detergent. 2JT rN 29c
,l A special Memorial service : .eme
.i for the honored dead was conducted
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bv Legion
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,l legionnaires William Haste. Tana 0'S., Breamn f Merle Irving, John White and! I I' I to ",' sloe I' 4t. 7Se [ Starfac 2 'e:; sSe I I AIpirfI If." 74e.e

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.-' Free Red Cross Swimming Classes To Start I

i EVERYDAYPccErvr The American Red Cross is Mrs. Durant today announced ilebrating Its Golden Anniversary the schedule of swimming awarded to those completingthe session will be screened Tuesday GOP
classes here A Senior Lifesaving course. There is no chargefor and Thursday of next Mid-County
90 of water
years class will be held at 10 the course and the text week at 3 p.m. These sessionsare
afety programs a.m. on Tuesday, June 9; book, "Lifesaving and Water for children 10 years of age Slates MeetingTwo
Locally. classes will belught Thursday, June 11, Friday, Safety," which Is required, and older who can swim some
again this summer by June 12, Tuesday June 16, cost 60 cents Those 18 years of and the purpose of the screen- prominent Republicans,
LOWPRICES'i; \{ .. Ross (DeeDee) Durant, In Thursday, June 18 and Friday, age and older who complete the Ing is to determine which group one an elected official and the
June 19. The classes will be course are eligible for the next they will work with throughout' other a candidate for county
her pool 416 Mahon Drive. At two hour sessions for a total of Water Safety Instrustor course the summer. commissioner, will be the guest
the annual recognition meeting 17 hours. Water snfety movies Classes in advanced begin This Is the fourth year that speakers at a meeting ot the)
pf the Sarasota County Chapterof will be shown before the examination ners and intermediate swim- the local swimming programhas Mid-Sarasota County Republican -
the American Red Cross Is given, To be eligible ming will begin Wednesday been carried out by Mrs. : Club next Monday at
sponsors of the swimming pro the student must be 16 June 10 at 10 a.m. and continue Durant at the same location. 7:30: p,m, at the Nokomls) Fire
gram, Mrs. Durant was re- years of age or above 11th throughout the summer.A Over 300 children have completed house.
I elected to serve a three year grade, however, there Is no top swimmer class for those the courses State Senator Warren S.
term on the board of directorsof age limit. holding an intermediate certificate When the lifesaving course is Henderson and Robert M.
the chapter. Elected to a one Requirements are a standing will be held on Wed completed, there will be other Wright, GOP candidate for
year term was Mrs Warren front dive, surface dive to 6 nesday mornings at 10 o'clock, swimming classes scheduled commissioner for District Swill
l Spurge of Casey Key, Nokomis, feet and swim two body lengths beginning June 10. Those wishing Mrs Durant explained that be the speakers. Hender. i
'IYOU SAVE MORE Mrs Durant has also 'Just com under water tread water one to register are asked to call lifesaving classes are held first son U expected to outline future ,-
pleted a course in Instructors minute I and float one minute.American 488.2441. to benefit those wishing i to se.j j plans of the Republican
Training In first aid. Red Cross ccrtifi- New students and those who cure water front positions party. (;
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The Animal Osprey Recreation, Venice Lions In Tie t r', 'C-":\;". "'


World For First Place In Gil Junior DivisionOsprey t '',

By MARGE PALMER: about the Dachshund how to
I train and show him and also Recreation and Venice Saturday they beat Nokomis In with the eighth run Chazz when the Shoppers sent eight

Now" that BO many people are to meet interesting people. Lions are tied for first Lions, 8.8.Osprey Smith then walked to put runners men to the plate for a two-

traveling with their pets it u I There will be discussions of the place in the second half stand Merchants whipped on first and second David run production.

food to know what hotel or three-coat varieties and the ings of the Gulf Little League' Nokomis Lions, IS-2. and FP&L Erb s single plated Drawdyand Osprey tied it up at 3-3 in

motels will accept animals. two sizes of the popular breed. junior division with: four wins; 112, to remain one game behind sent Smith to third the filth only to fall behind 5.3

"Touring With Towser." pub- For information in the Venice and one loss, following' i a pairof the leaders The two Richard Rohlwing relieved in the bottom of the same

lished and distributed as a pub. and Englewood areas call Mrs victories apiece during last losses by FP&L dropped them Mike Gerack and he got Char frame. McDonald led off witha YS iI

lice service can be obtainedby Royal S Copeland at Cape week's action. into a three.way tie with Os- lie Powell on strikes to end home run to make it 43.

sending 25 cents to 250 Park Haze MYrtle 7.2871.0 The Recreation nine came prey Merchant and the Elks the inning and the game. In Johnson walked, stole second
Ave.. New York City from behind In games against for second place the fifth Powell filed out to and Mickl Lawrence singled

Before taking your animal on The gestation- period for a Venice Rotary and Venice. -Nokomis Mike Young of the Venice deep center and in the sixth him home with the final run of ..l.lt r

a long trip he should become dog is 64 days. During this Bank to post 6 5 and Lions and Mark Koenig of the his single drove in two runs the game. t

accustomed to car travel. by time nutrition is of prime importance 78'Ins, respectively Venice.Nokomis Bank each /hit Rohlwing and Tolly Bowles The Yankees, Pirates and
making short trips around both to the mother Venice Lions defeated Ve-No home runs last week to tie both homered for Kiwanis to Osprey all won a pair of

home. Do not feed or water and the puppies she is carrying Bank 7-5. on Wednesday and Gordon Tison of Osprey Recreation lead the 12-hit attack Rohl games last week to set the T'-

I him for at least two hours before Vitamins extra calcium then downed Venice Rotary in for the league leader. wing added three singles to pace in the Farm System The
a Saturday game by a 13-1 ship in that winner of the first
starting and be sure he meat and meal are required department All his four-bagger to register a White Sox,
has ample time to care of ne- items Exercise in a must. En- score have five. Young/ rapped out four-for-five day. Ilia round half have dropped both games h
cessities. Also winning both of their two against Ve.No Bank and played so far }M the second
___ clampsia. which ii is. a coma .orfit games were the Venice Elks then hit a grand.slammer tripper waa his third of the h..if. .. .. ... --........- ,- .
A restless traveler. can becalmed type of seizure. is caused. ov season tops in the league.
down by the use. of low calcium in the blood. This They knocked Florida Power & against Rotary. Koenig hit his Bowles, Steve Dalton and KAPPELMANN TROPHY winner for 1964 is Robert H;;:::
Light out of !sole possession of against Venice Lions three sport athlete at Venice High School for
It is important Willis had hit the
trunq'iilizrrs most can occur during pregnancy or Randy two a- past three
first place Friday night by Senior Division years The trophy is awarded annually to the
that they are always in nursing matrons. If not piece. Trio EligibleFor outstanding
on a leash when being taken treated Immediately. Enclamp- posting a 4.1 victory and on I First National Rank fs! In For Sersaota Federe 1, Danny VHS athlete in honor of Ernest Kappelmann Jr.. the first

out of the car. Strange surroundings sia nsuallv Is fatal The use of tlrstplacthe; iocii' Jarvia doubled once and' Venice area youth to lose his life in the Korean War Maknif

and confusion can calcium during the course of : vision with a 3-0 mark after singled twice in four times at the presentation is Athletic Director Bill Smith. Harrison!

cause them to bolt which could pregnancy! helps to offset this The Standings garnering a tough 4-2 decision bat. David Erb, Richard Austin Trip, capped his sports career by being named All-County, All.

result in an accident or in considerable condition. over Kiwanis in a game played each got a pair of safeties Conference and All-State in football All-Conference in basket

time taken in retrieving JtMOR DIVISIONw Saturday Mike Graft was Fielding Gem Cash AwardHolesinone ball, and placing second in the pole vault in the state Class A

him. DID YOU KNOW The gestation L rut. the winning pitcher and Steve track meet
defensive of the
Dalton took the loss. Larry Top play
period for both the dog nprn 1I..1oft 4 t -
Last Mini Donna S. and cat is 64 days the horse vmam, Lions .__ 4 I Wolfer broke a 2-2 tie for the day was Gerack'a catch of scored by John
Sunday v...,.. Klk. ______ 1 1 1Osprq Powell home run bid in the Geigley Robert Handley and
Breeding! rode "Socl" at the 11 months, the cow nine M...h.... __ 1 1 t winners with a two-run homer Venetian Bowl
fifth Miss Barbara Mack at Lake
Florida PViwar t Lllrtlt 1 I Ivnks in the fifth inning
Sarasota Saddle Club show. months and the pig three and Inning.
... __.
11_ I I IV..I..II..kl. Richard Blizzard started on Venice Golf Club may earn
She came in first in Senior one-half months the hams. / Bank __ I 4 INoknmh Also on Saturday, Sarasota I the mound for Kiwanis and them a trip to Scotland for two (Formerly Early Wynn Lanes)
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Western Pleasure and secondin ter is only 16 and one-half days Llom Federal
edged Osprey 4-3
was relieved by Gerack in the -plus $1,000. .jnlor. Hlill l_... rlnwd Ha m.... and aroma _Ian and Mtd.
Trail Riding "Soel is owned and the elephant 22 months. UtaH.r. RMlt.l John Kruse hit two-for-three sixth Rohlwing came in to By getting their aces, while with till tram of Slav llnwara. Bot.nl.Rrtta ....... rkh r- Pres. .Inw'nlnl'wins M.hil"

by Mrs. Wayne (Virginia) The cow DOES have upper Vanlra' I I.... II. Vrntrr Unfair I.opre Tor the winners Bob Austin pitch to one batter in the sev. entered in the annual Old JarM Bulkirk. Ponna hatlf tol arenas. withf'S a U4 ..... andn
and Jim' Ballard winnlna abs rkamplon. J., K..roan tho .
James teeth, all\ cheek teethas Mmch.nta II. FPaL tV hurled the hind (Ira
they are
victory .. .... .
.n ... mk: I. Noknmk I,tl -o- there are 'none in front on Rcvmtlra 7. Va-No Bank .. In Tuesday' action Kiwanis Jarvis went the route for Sarasota they became eligible of Ira for tha .hi... and Undo Pond and 'ot an-l I.t followed bv Tour" hew..
far Gulf ,.
the anil Ronnla rVtta pad tar the sirla topavanun ml 505 T.IIn. w4 Sara.
jaw ohduN
Mr J. C. McDonald has not upper "vralra linna..' V...,.. Elks, I pmtlMi squeezed out a 10-9 win over Federal for the prizes. The winner will of 111 Dub.a lab. Sn eua P.s\
forsaken his collies but he has P......' ".h..dnp. Sarasota Federal and Venice Bary Young pitched a fou- be announced later this year. -'- -- .
hova arhlavi>l parfart at- ansT..n.. itarfH
Gab tan
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joined the ranks of racing pony Softball 0.0.,. t Mh.n"p m.. at OflpmjrV OnpM. Shopping Center ended a long hitter in the Shopping Center ndanra to tha Icamia. _Ion. of than 7adi" nlaht with r..vd H...M ml
I owners. He hopes after training >-N<> Hank ... FPaU I ...... atVenMa losing streak with a 5.3 victoryover victory over Osprey He was In the llth Century the Crusaders *rlv Inn J,mlop Mnwlpra that CJAprtrd horman In,ka wlnn n. tw, ..... red
durlnt u.. I9IM4 Awkrn. Jam John 8 his
to the tall |
pony enter Osprey. sharp in the strikeout depart worked out form of ....
Noaoml I l"l>. .. Vaaka Rotan. Ipm 10' Horlina 0. toe aanwa and total pln" Tht par
races and bring< back some Roundup Kiwanis;: breezing .1 ..t"TnTrap7r'wmaa! J.n. lar wwkly ti.urn.mmt, tulle
.. .t Vatilra was along ment, racking up 10 in six innings Pidgin language to overcom* AIWn U n I tmlm

blue ribbons to Venice. First Federal Savings and a.tord.r. a RmrMtlon.KrhrdolftO.piw ... NiAomla Liana, with a 9-2 lead until the bottom Ut M'*.'k"c.' nil-!: tw* :'-nU( E( tar.-lI rt itI\. .sods Sad.In.. 8.from*.. tha llowrra Junior.of u.H.Kh Btnlor aonlaatanta) 'Hilh handicap bola' +-_

--o- I p m.. at 0...... : of the sixth when Sarasota I Pacing the Snapping Centerat they conquered. .nap boated, In avarv I.agn..ke. rat cams and Juhn. H..nwwnrlh ..r.eurrrntlr .
The Florida Gulf Coast Loan outscored Englewood Bait Vnl. lUlu va Va-No Bank 1pm. Federal erupted for five the plate were Pat McDonald Man, o'h... j J"'I m'...| part ."...... Iradlni tha Alibi W,i* .Dnhtatoiirnnmant
louse. 169. and Venice Shop. .t Vnkarear. un. e and Bin 'I, Hi.., uBh no fault of wl h a fl.. "'a. Tom Enorh
Dachshund! Club is a new organization ... V..... Una, I pm. at runs on just two hits. Five with a home run and Ron Tuaregs, or "blue men" a ,h.", own. What with she man, and and llnnan Duka have I. ie, ..,I M IK
being formed for ping Center defeated Babe'aPlumbing V.il... walks, four In a row, played a I Johnson with two singles. The nomadic tribe of western Africa "and, Int.?... that.an ..."ohlo to tbtk la till R.d Pia Jarkpat t"raaaint.lltl .
12 5. in a Softball vale Rotarv ... Oipivr Merchants .f .h. area mas proud to a.-
owners and would-be ownersof I p m.. at Vmlra.SENIOR major part in the rally. bur.bagger was McDonald'sfirst keep their faces covered I .anal .IUt them ,In u.. stet ram.at "..... .... Sw>..n mlkj .tknPrida
the popular breed. This faa doubleheader Tuesday night at In the top of the seventh. Kiwanis of the year with veil. leaving only the eyes _lIn.. ? nlcht at !0 pm Drop fa .. lIB
the high school athletic field aoma hoe, bowllnf .by the ana a R
great opportunity to learn DIVISIONW made it 10-7() but Sara. Jim Ward doubled for Osprey visible Berlin II'',.. -laaiua a ."iltrd has mm note, bnrises.ry .
I The opener, a slow pitch tilt ot Federal '
L CBL was not through for their only extra-base
the Shoppers held on to first Pint Nat'Ion'>l Bank _..._ I 0 Richard Austin and Robert rut.

Irtt. GO GO!! place' with the decision over Khaki FMaral .._ .I_ t I I 1>4KaraaaU Drawdy walked to open the Shopping Center scored in

G 3abe s. Gary Moser, Jeff Kun- Vrn!<* Bkopplnt CmUr 1 I t" bottom of the seventh. Tom the first inning following a
kle The Hat Reiter 0 I 4 -4 I
Tommy ( ) pnr
struck out for the first single by Kirk Tischler Os. e
..... 'I and Don Haucke paced the 14. Sltanliv. RuDlHtSanuota 1 out and Butch Dalton ground.I prey tied it up in the second
a.a.w hit attack with two safeties F.irr.l 4. Omen Slit .
Nat tonal' Rank I. Klw.nl. I I out from short to first for and the score remained at 1-1
,, apIece. The only extra-base ......,.. llanltat the) second out driving Austin until the bottom of the fourth
blow for the winners was a KL.nl 10anat.. ,......1 Ihhopplnr .
Frank Ontcr I, Oa,...,. I.
triple by Meyer.
Tnn'orkl"' S..du'. .
NOW THRU Tom Maticka garnered a 5.n.ata rd.ral as Shnpplst ...,-". ,
home run and two singles in adp.m.. ,-sM'-[, ,,: :a
S AUGUST 6 Sitard.r$ i grhnhilf' :
three times at bat for Babe'*. l.t National. Dank ... CMprrr, I p.m.at ..
A NIGHTLY 8:10R John two-for. OaprarShnpplai .
McLaughlin [
tmtrr ... Iiwlnla' 7It,
MATINEES 2:00: P.M. three for the losers p..m.. at Vanlea' THE THE GLADESBAR
I" The Bait House outhit First Tu...!.,'. bthtaulatBh .
A WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY 9plfl. cola. ..> 0....,. S p mal ., '
Federal 148 in
by a margin OiprarSaranota ffl
I : s a fast pitch contest, but could Fxbral ... lit National DAR &
o DAILY ; not overcome the advantage U.nk 7.M, p.m.. at Vni. .. & RESTAURANT

posted by First Federal on F.\RII: SYSTEM
A DOUBLE walks and Bait House errors. JUNE ,.. "
f <<<8ma4 H.lf) Saturday June 6
First Federal scored nine W L GIILYankaa JL.: .
I I 1.2 I; runs in the third Inning on just ___.__ __ I 0 ..a-ft'rU ,
Pi.... _._ _, a 0 I t )
K \ three hits and came back in Oipraj. .._"__ _.._ t 0 _
RACESQUINIELAS ; 1 the fourth to score seven more Whll. 8<.. _.....___ ... _. 0 I INTERIORCOLORING gl/Ab/ :
Indian __ 0 t 2
t N on only two safeties. Union _n _._ ___ __ C t t FREE'G't
B. Allen doubled and singled '

.j., N EACH m two official times at bat for Last WaJnfwI.ri it. whit Rfitiltau.prrr 8o I.Va.k. ,.: t tby

t'E First Federal. C Willis tripledin .. 11, Indian.Plntea .. 1 :, -
RACE the big third inning with the H. Uodtm J. PIZZASANDWICHES
\ S.lnrdar. RnnlU, i o BEER .
l LADIES ADMITTED bases loaded. Yankaa. 11, lxlnn I.
Jim Daugherty and Jerry P,raM IS. Indian. IOiprer '
C Hicks each homered for the *.!urdar Srhnhlbt
c i': I CENTRAL Bait House while C. Parks and Pi..... v. lad,an,. t a.m. at Vwtea.Whlta .

AIR-CONDITIONING : Bob Sherman pounded out triples VenIt.I Bon, va. Yanluaa. 11 am. at B.LP. Mobile Paints & Varnishes 6 to 8 p.m.

O'P'I.. DodBon, 10 ....... atKianradax ,w9k; ,. a
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Are Off To Adventure In Conao Sets"God,Bible My Country! School and I" is :I Ill[ J e t

the theme of the Vacation Bible -
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; ,f", ,.k English French and "pI .>;, r -I gin Monday and continue for DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONSVENICE
1'i 1\\ r-j- two weeks. The school will be
,II 'n to one odds are that from 8:30: until 11:30 am WEST VENICE AVENUE
ar-old Floridian will SHOPPING CENTER
v.\' weekdays.

" ur Ir vear make hence that exceptE stair Each morning the session WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ALL LOCAL PRICES PLUS GIVE YOUS
: will begin with a sermonetteby
, ,'ilcs, the 22-month. & H GREEN STAMPS.
'" r the Rev Melvin H. Meyer,
n )f Mr, and Mrs, Robert .t pastor. Before the study period which the adv,
local in
ho departs this month Just bring in the page from the paper appear ,
a film strip pertinent to the
I"I parent for their fu1 .. lesson will be shown for a E and we will meet or beat any local current price on any identical item I

ic in Karawa ComI clearer understanding of the free S & H Green StampsTABLETS
Republic of Congo, plus give you
I' the lesson There will also] be hymn
t J t tI tnn tw study and art work in keeping / waa
if I lies, who have lived \ with the theme.

ft i s past two years In The kindergarten and primary RESTAURANT SPECIALS
where Roger taught
J i id departments directed by ;
elementary school, are
5 he, Mrs. MelvIn H. Meyer will be
to a four-year
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I taught panto-
1,: .t f duty as teaching misi r I plYs mine to be used with hymnsfor THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
.i to the remote North. children.
of the Congo just
2 t tip-f the Ubangl River. The teachers and their asslstints MEAT'
I H,3 will teach in the 35.40 for Bible study and art BRAISED BEEF SALMON
it)[ there.t work will be. Kindergarten.
,",.I[ sionary Mrs. William McClain and
t 1(' te missionary adults man station the coma of- Miss Karen McClain: Primary & NOODLES LOAF LOAF"
Miss Phvliss Gentzler and Mrs.
i, ngelical Free ChurchTe
: Robert Stratton Junior Mrs.

i.J, Strland* 'ure 4-/ear-old wife, ,daughter the teacher former of met Sal the Linda Leland Henry Kendrick Ziske Holmbeck and;; Harvey Senior and, Rohl Mrs Miss 82( 82( 82(

I suthPrlands of Nokomis,
I. wing! JrMrs .
e Tinny College After their THE UBANGI RIVER section of! the Congo with her parents, the Ward Sutherland, a .
Nesbit MrsHarold
he then applied for is calling to Mr. and Mrs of their George 83c
tin" ge Roger Eales, short time, having moved out Engleshown Girard will be In charge ANACIN
. nary work Told he. with their month-old son Jeffrey wood home last week, before departing on a of the refreshments which will
find reed teaching expertp who will depart in August for a four-year speaking tour before they leave the United be furnished by the ladies of
., first, they came to Engle. teaching assignment there They will visit States in the fall the church Bottle of 100 $1.25 Sue
B iod The Bible School will closeat
" He received word In Febru- we use for the next two Friday noon June 19, with $222
rv that there was and an opening that must be taken with us Cases Yacht Club Pool Parties Start, the brief program dramatizing MET AMUCIL
the Congo since of lessons and
k and eases of food have been some
,t they have been purchas- hymns that were studied. 16 cz. Package $3.50 Si18BOROFAX
ordered to New York for shipment First Is Hit With Food SongsThe
t< the myriad of thmes they and we have gathered ten An invitation is extended to "
l-e required to take with themt. barrels of necessaries here I all children In the area to at. '
the first two years. Since food won't last longer Initial informal pool 8. Lawrence will be on handto tend. OINTMENT 36<
i Mrs Bales said: 'Everything )party Friday evening at the prepare refreshments and .
than that without -- -
spoilage we -
Venice Yacht Club was de. play his guitar Club membersare
reorder in two years" scribed as such a success that encouraged to join in the Peace Corps volunteers going 1 13/q oz. Tube 65c SizeGERITOL

THIRDANNIVERSARY The Eales will live In a cement the affairs will become a week. fun and are invited to bring : to an area about 2.000 or 3,000
block house, have electricity ly occurance. along any musical instrument miles along Africa's west coast $167' a
four hours each even. The meek bar was open and they play. The managementwill I are taught to speak Pidgin.. ELIXER I
ing, and will be able to havea Maestro-Chef Bud Lawrence move the piano to the which Is the only common language
OFFER gasoline refrigerator, stove strummed hie guitar when notbusy patio if there is a call for It. of the )people there. ,I 12 01. Bottle $2.98 SireGILLETT
and washing machine, which ;; preparing snacks for
she will take with them. The partygoers
You',. But of TAe Year other furnishings they will buy Also present were the Coquettes RIGHT GUARD 56.. :
,PITH THE PURCHASE OF from the previous occupantsand a local singing ensemble .

ANY SPORT SHIRT YOU they will "borrow" food directed by Mary Ellen Deodorant $1.00 SizeILEENITE
MAY BUY ONE OR MORE until their's arrives by freight Meadows, whose members are -

PAIR OF THESE :SLACKS They will stay with her parents Dorry Herron, Pam Palmer, I DENTURE
here a short time before Elaine Smith, Jackie Fanning, : 53..
FOR they depart for a speaking tour Jean Lumley, Dottie Koenig, wV; \.11p CLEANER
of New York City, Washington, Helen Satava and Mary Alice
$17.95REG. D C, and Michigan/ and Illinois Wheeler. The group sang such ,' : ;: 6 oz. Package 98c Size
cities prior to their Tight old favorites as "Yes, Sir '. ricer
$2250Revolution out of Chicago In August. That's My Baby," "Happy Retail Liquid $1.49 SizeANTACID
Wanderer," and "Do Lord.
Occupied at the moment with : j
Yacht Club members Joined in '
moving out of their Englewood] GEL 14oz.nottle 88.IDPC. .
on some other tunes in a "Sing ,
home, there is no time to fret "
over the shots the three of r rle
A number of nag officers of
I them are having to take. the St, Petersburg Yacht Club I
Despite the political upheaval arrived at the local club Fri. BARBER
since Congo became two separately day afternoon on a Friendship ICE CHEST f
controlled Independent Cruise of West Coast Yacht e l d6GM .
states in 1960, they hear of no Clubs After a reception and jt : SET : GIANT 27.OT. FOAM COOLER
current problems there. Two dinner many of them Joinedthe yt CHEST
missionaries were killed in Informal on the patio + MADf IV MMOUt ". NEW SAFETY GRIP HANDLES r4.'
February during the Red Chinese around the pool. "A 1.DORMITIIf '. '. ; PERFECT FOR PICNICS I ,
IN SLACKS Inspired attacks on whitesin bar will INSTRUCTION I BEACHES,TRAVELINGBOATING ,
The pool and snack BOOK AND ALLTOASTER :
and shortly after- .fTaOMMtNT{ '. : 1 ,CAMPING ETC.R
the area be open each Friday evening, NFO/D r0{ ,
waist bend ward the women and children. with the snack bar opening at c MOMI Nal.{ i
4 r elatticized were evacuated. They have curnso..usssNrue -, 2.95 !)
retches! bend and breathe now returned and no further British Daughters VALUEMIXER ILl
with> you. Incidents have been reported.

Eales stud Will Meet TuesdayThe dvJ' J "
He will teach the children of fed
1Y the missionaries but all three regular meeting of the 10.11 VALUI
will have to learn the native HMS Phoebe Chapter of the .
Ltnrall language as soon as Daughters of the British Em. ,1
they get there Mrs. Eales pire will be held Tuesday at PO: PORTABLE ,wl
hopes to work with the native 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. e LIGHTWEIGHT .
women in addition to her home Edward Luthwaite, Darling WEIGHS ONLY I i
..ulcroun/ et
and compound duties Drive, Venice, POUNDS
eNNUN/, r e
t'f'! "9""" 4tt,-- m / /r: e BEATER FINGERTIP RELEASE-CONTROL inuu

"THE VOICE viii. .... J ,",/} NO TUGGING
;i DI '::' l f 15.95 VALUE


y! E99't

SpecialHourlong TUBING

ia Telephone Courtesy Clinic to IRONING BOARDALL 'a sC yl' WEBBING a 7.14 WEBBING


.I I 10 I.m. Tomorrow (Friday) smoother MAYBE 44



HEADSIZEwsieve :'/ .
iontN Pie
It's not what you earn but what you save that NO't"N'' / CLEAR PLASTIC '
determines future. Start now save INCI"G.
your 99w.w.
June 21 3.95tit I ;." 0

SELECTIONS part of all you earn. Remember, savings placed arc '
GIFT CERTIFICATE SHOES here by 3 P.M. June 10th will earn from June 1.00 VALUE
FLORSHEIM Area Businessmenand
SPORT COATS their employeesTO 1st. Come in today. 20" BOX FAN


be on display t I ROOMS!

Venice Office: 446 So. TrailS > 't IP dlNll

Refreshments will be served r $ota Offices: 1718 Main Street S24.t1 YARDS 1497.j j

225 W. Venice Ave. South Gate Shopping Center C Gulf Gate Shopping Center A

Ph. 488.1620 .... : ._ HVVENICE

J j

-" DEL MONTE r' 7." e. "

., ''

,/ 60rOGETH ET

1 1 '
a Armour' Star Sliced Del Mont. Pmeopple-Gropefrult
MARKWTss 4 46 oz, $1
}, ; B aeon. . lb. 45c rink . coni
Del Mont Delicious Fruit
.OI Fresh Leon Delicious

Pork Sfeaks lb.45c 4 Cocktail 4 #a: SI.Del .

Mont Cream Style Golden
d Swift' Premium Sliced

I '1 r'7" D iied beef Dkg: 49c C orn . 7 #cans 303 51

II II Del Mont Tasty NutritiousSpinach :
S Tarnow'i Fresh 'n Tatty Sliced ISJ

i Bognc Uk.". 39c JJ 7 rr3o3 Iona sl.

: Del Mont Early Garden GreenTarnow' V
i Tasty Chipped 6 #303 $1 f
r $ Peas cans '0'
Heel H 3 31/=-o:: R .
aor ..In pkgl. Del Monte Tender Cut GreenS :.

Copeland' Delicious 5 #303 $1
f f1 Weners 12-0r.: 35cDel BeANIns . cans ':.
a pkg. Mont Tangy Tomato :

I- Swift' Cooked or Baked 6 : $1
Premium Catsup bpt. I
51J1" 6.0r.: 69c ,
0 pkg. Del Monte Chunk Light Meat '

\ .I O 0 O O O cons .

I JUNE 4, 5, IS, 1964
1 HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! Chicken-Noodle Veg.-BeeF, Mushroom (have lie)

1 S : fn) -I D: I.. HelllE SOUPS 6 ct: $1.

nOUBi,.! I ean[ (Boneless I ) Ib.iwiss 79c Plain or Self-Ruing limit11( )

Pillsbury Flour 5b 39CHarmel'
Hfesak (Boneless! ) lb.79c|
'. Luncheon Meat

GOV'T.Callned 5paI111 12.n.: 39C

,_I.1 INSPECTED, 7-13 LB. QUICK-FROZEN EVISC. Bremner' Chocolate

BUTTERBALL StolJUIflb Pies P'::: 39c

Sto Flo

O a l ijt II! L 0 quid Starch gal.I I,. 39cm

:I J
j Y 5 Pepperidge Farm/
# \tis
: S'llffing . :tey29c

\ J ;ttlltj 'S c Penny50001 Deergent Brand . w; 39c1

\\1{ b'r\ Cr Gomble'eI
I f.ocu foods! ; ;;;: PUBI XS 1 I Procter
A 49C.J') B I Iue Cheer giant 49C
J Danald Duck Conctntrata OJ pkg.
Orange Juice 'Ioon; (limit ) of your choice with purchases of $5 or morelHollows )
,' '

'. Houia Steak FrounSwiss . ''fc1. 89c .+ t"- ... With Turkay, Oxon Spray Whala"JOI
1'I Cranberry Sauce ... 25:
With Muttard, Chun Kmf Shrimp 1 Maratttl's 7c-OH Labal
'\ / Egg Rolls . SDY; 49c 55 Slaw Dressing '';: 36c
Kraft Mmialur
i) ., Chun Km| Dtlic out 25c
IJ', I Fried Rice 10 oi,. 49c Kraft Marshmallows J.I-Pull i'pkp
'; Plain PowJ.r.J. Sugar INSTANT Marshmallows uo|t' 29c
.,t.. t Morton Donuts l II-ct.. 39c lawry'i Flavorful .
1" pkg COFFEE Garlic Spread .. 4Bordim ,".. 35c
taath Dup Sal DWch-ChaeoleNEI .
,,'I Scallops , Pk| 79c Chocolate Drink 2 : 29c
j'' ; Famaui
:I n, Caitani Quick FraitiiRainbow 10'0', I r.rm.nNu..."..... "J1: 39c
Trout Pki, 59c O <$ N.biKa Chacalata-Chlp
{ Mn Paul Family Pack Cookie Sale ......". uM>i"' 49c

Fish Cakes , ''iT:;: 69c LIMIT I PE*CUSTOMER. WITH a clfftrt/ speciflls .
Morton'i Famous Soli! ; PUIKNAS it*r$* *MOKIjirocliicc
h Mix or Match t 5i\;!: $1.IChickin PublU Corn OilMargarine/
t ( .Batl-Turkiy P,.., . VtH'Pillibury ; ;
r'' Sptahirri & Moot Sauca, Macarani fir Cn..iXAEXTRA <> Swaat or luHarmllk/ '
,{I 10 0 Biscuits . 4 <".!:!, 39t<< ':
I l 00 FREE VU IO 0 4 Pillibury Apple or Ilu...,,, I j

J7// Greon... Stamps. tlatt rtt lane Turnovers . ''pTWlxantln : : 49<< I
I I ***6i..wo.nwJu*r//
I I ".loan*.LUNCHEON 0 Ivit f eh,o MEATri.Intel! ) WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE Longhorn Cheese ,I. 654<<
Deliciously I I Sweet TexasUnm
::: 3 6-oe .pkgs 87c
')_ III/UIIIIIIUVUU/ ,):,j( : U JLV 4'' L -<4 H O1 EIY D BBl1 W 5 'large Ilse 59c e, tti.:( ;4 j, J "> :.l'f "4idi ,:.iT<"U:n m

Venice Center
I Shopping
Luscious Large ,
D Blueberries t n: 49
\ Store Hours
JGreen/ :
I i c::;: will...I Moan Mdro.L tamps I Tender 'n Tasty B
,.t D fJM A R K R T t
Green Hfn-Fri.8:39-9 9:00
'J I (...14-ox.,... ..,..bob Ju. c 98e 1M., U. S. #1 Red Bliss # 0
C SIC ) S a "al"'tt..:SO 'I.00
.* D Potatoes . . . :;:' 49

: OiO"OEFT EE 50 50mE UVV5 O 50mE, Am50 VOAFREE5O !50mE FREE UUUSO

1 I "JL i I I J"[ Green wnAgrw.Mluwa. Stamps..... J" Green wlkoilSWIFTS 1.ww.ld.Stamps....r J" Green. Stamps g! J" Green Stamps. g! J" Green. Stamps... :;:s sI
b I 14 Alt t u.tL/MoSaw" Hid" All" cooptK fit tufdioM li .4.101 -

'r 1 54c..... plus. tax_ lb.. 69c .. 6.01. pkg. 69c 12-01. 25-oi. |Jar 39e
Jun a. I IwNm e l. lunl IM 1 ,
I Iannl NL J.' lM4' '
Scan' .



lO'Itf' ro-- I Civic Association Warns Charlotte Beaches Shrink- I

I ; \,,sL \&. 4 CLlSSIPlED ADS TED' w ENGLEWOOD Charlotte The membership voted to A discussion of the objectionsto ]

j County, despite ill extensive hold another similar non-parti- "spot meeting1' by fishermen

coastline Is threatened with a son "know your candidate in the waters of the area I

-.-. .. ,_ '" h dearth of public beaches In the rally prior to the November resulted in a decision to investigate
near future. This situation was general election as a public the facts and consider

the subject of comprehensive service to the community. action at the next meeting

CLASSIFIED I discussion at the West Charlotte .

Rentals County Civic Assn last
I Legal Gomez Addresses Thursday night.

RATESCharge SINGLE ROOMS, furnished. YOUNG MEN, fulfUl your military K. Wllllun U. lunarian SteMarync.lt Methodist MenThe Fred Pfefferkorn, chairman
$30 monthly, $10 weekly. BH( obligation with only six s-."t 00 lu..t.,. of the organization's waterways
R,t.. both l'ubll.h lun. I ..d d. 110.
Thursday Armada Rd., So. months active duty. Returnfor Men's Club of Grace and beaches committee ANNOUNCEMENTFrank

and Monday Editions service with your local Marine TRf rOUNTY 'S cott..T Methodist Church heard an informative said the pending elimination of
VENICe M BDR. ITNrUHNISHED Reserve unit. Call Ilf ANTI .not "IIAAnT4 S'OTNTT) the Palm bland access bridge
S1.50 Sab.rb.il Prt.,,. t II'.. lTnt.ml.hMl. Tampa, for details. 836-1911 pe II"PIMPTOA. "'TATtI: N ear rRosaT6 public relations talk by for Al General Gomez, and the proposed policy of the C. Raeburn, Realtoris

lUST CALL. LOU JACOBS fBs'lSa'A'ITRACTIVE DANIEL V MAWONIT.: ,,_***. Manasota Key property own- "
((12 word WRITER Seeks Private Come PiwhR** "'1. Nn. TSUI Telephone In the Sarasota area, pleased to announce
) ers to deny to the
minimum EFFICIENCY NOTTC.. TCI CRrnTOR on Telstar, the U. S. communications access
Additional 6c fortabla Office Space for TO At T, r *nrroRg Awn PFRSONB
Apartment. Heated pool. Air AOAJHST satellite. beaches will eliminate publicuse the addition to his staff
conditioned. W. Venice Ave. summer Exchange for care- ESTATE'DEMANM A mock-up of the satellite, of extensive segments of
CASH ate both Week taking some lawn work. Ph. You an r.r..k, ..,'It.. ..* ngulrad the beaches. of
Thurtdayand month or yearly. Rent 488-1596. ta '11. .n, rl.lm, or .-...n. wMcn .nrnir plus greatly enlarged photographs
Monday Edition very reasonable during sum hiv. aralnct' th, E>tat. of DANIEL made the lecture enjoyable Pfefferkorn pointed out a
V. MAHONEY Dxwaaid, Isle of I... two new associates,
S1.40T2 mer months. 4883681. I Misc. For Sale iota cmnl., FloridIn th. .,,,.. of- and Informative, according new $750,000 bridge and expensive
Hon. jn"v T. GRAHAM R...... to a Men's Club.poke.man. road construction leads
3 BEDROOM I Oounrr. lu... hi Ilia rnintr Court only to the scant 250-foot bathing PATSY HUTCHINSON
HOUSE on the FORMAL, FUR STOLE. Russian Nnu.. at Sirawta Florida within .Is l
| word minimum) water. Nicely furnished and squirrel detachable ..1...... .....th. from th. dm. of the Dinner for the group was beach left.
Additional Wnrds..ach Se clean. Air conditioner. carport, tails, perfect condition. flat Ea.h oubll..,..."..or. of..thli....'.d Notlf mnrt* It Inwrltlnf. served by the women of Graca Association President diaries .

screen porch. Will rent short Reasonable. Ph. 474-2397. sad In dupll.talh.ll ...(. th.Plata Methodist. E. Yale said the WCCCAhas

.fM.Par. than Am.>.Att-C.a a ......traa. . Una If ana tiumiM., .. .... -Pianos-. 'ft hr th. CI.ltTi.nt., hi. .,.n. ., M, the county acquire more beach. .
f..4 hiaartlaii _,.... .tNtm..i shall ha .
M leeomiPinlH
Steinway Kn he br
A Mtvfe* ...r.. af al rant* la TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by Everett a II tl flllnl (., end an. awh el.'m, BOB'S front property, now while it is =
..aa far .aa af tin Gaaanllar f.O. year. Completely furnished. George Steck Winter Cable .. ...nonn. .. fM| hell h* ...,.. TILE CO available, to meet the futuredevelopment "
...... to ra. H alaaifnaai.CLASSIFIED n.. mini I" b. .. .
Nelson Fayftte' S. Cable mar Automotic heat and air conditioned ....oan. of .1.... an4 .,.1... nwma ..... Ceramic tile bathrooms, requirements of
1000 Sq. ft. On E. Hallett & Davi.Mu.ette h. .ht.,.*. front the Count, taint, kitchens and aills the record-breaking population [ I

DISPLAY Tampa St., close to stores Players nfflca. LouIsa D MAHONEY Marble bathrooms and sills growth of the county. He stated
One Edition per Inch $3.00 Tel. 488-1321. Pianola Players ai F.xartitrl of tha E..... that the organization will step-
Both Edition Inch of DsnlAtremt 'el V. Mahonn. QuarrySlateNO its efforts In this .
per $3.50 -organ_ D......... up project.A

All elanlfied ads payable In room apartments. Also single COMPLETE SELECTION OF LIT P. O.Na.p....,.1171. Work Guaranteed of the Charlotte County

advance except ei'abliihwd room.. Very reasonable summer REBUILT, RECONDITIONEDAND VIOl., PI,04. School system was submittedby LIGHTING SUPPLIES
accounts rates. Weekly, monthly FULLY GUARANTEED I'ahll.h Mrs U. 11. 55. I.n. .. IOn/" / Phone 488-42 Mrs. James Padovano. She -

yearly. Walk to beach and PIANOS AND ORGANS IN THB': CIRCtllT COURT OF THFTWFIFTH VENICE stressed the need for restoration
shopping. Vacationers wel FROM n:: JunlOlAI CIRCUIT OF of accreditation to the ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.

,I CANCELLATION or come. 804 and 818 ..rmada Rd., "Florida's Largest Music Co." SARASOTA IN CHANCERY COUNTY. FLORIDA county schools. It was voted ,

ADJUSTMENT So. After 8 p.m call 474-2569. I CANNON MUSIC CO. ROSA LPE!! BtOlTNT, that a communication be sent Bat & Cockrill Streets Phone 488.6794 ii
Request for cancellation .. Plaintiff, to the Board of Public Instruction I
I, 1301 1st St., ... Cw lIa sv.esaGEORrR ...
bee oferror MODERN urging that a qualified sup. \::; ---- --
or adjuitment a u I' airconditinnedstores Opp. Florida Theatre ; w. RIAIt4T
must b* mad. for available In South Drfcndint erintendent be appointed to assure -
Open &
Thurs. Frl. til 9 p.m. NOTICE OF OIT
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Venice Shopping Center. For Ph 8581017Misc. TO GEORGE W. flLOUNT. HMH accreditation.Yale WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
Information call 488-5858. WiMirworth Ass. CiltimA Cltr, reported he had received
B pjn. on Monday. For Monday Illlnola. high commendation from RAMBLER DODGE
Gondolier BEFORE 5pjn. Wanted' You .. honlir notified' that a Com. 488.3965-488.6150
PARTLY FURNISHED, 2 bed. plaint for dlrarea 10.. bm fll.. .,.In.t various sources on the successof fly S. Tamlamt Trail
..... ... ...... .
i on Thursday. room cottage, $65 month and yon raquliwd. ,. to the association's recent non- SPECIALIST IN. .
\ WANTED FOSSIL TEETH. .coy .f your a.w. o .dln. u tho
PHONE plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or Write stating quantity, qualIty th..,...firm,.1..of o.BOONF.tho PI.inlifr.': HASPS ..*..r.ISP.HORPINQ ... partisan "candidates night" ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

488-6474 available price etc. Bus 1601 Vmloi Florida, program. a Brake Repair Lubricate Challis
j 488-3125 Box 264. Cltra Florida. 32H2T. and ffl. tha orivinal .......r nr ..I..d.I. S Front End AlignmentFront Oil ChangeAdjust
Ins In tha offlo. of t* Club of tharlrmlt NEW MOEN
Wanted To Rent Court ra or bcfora tha Ith d., I End Overhaul Headlights Beam
Boats For Sale of I.".. |I..<. If ron fill to do ... iunl. DIALCET FOR Ills BY ADELL-
sent lip d.I.ul .111 5. S.hm ...In" S Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs
WANTED ABOUT JULY 1, unfurnished you 'nr the "liot _...... t. 51'. KITCHENSOne S Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard .
22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom tom.lntDnon..d
apartment or small .._ .( "......... Pon handle does TAILORING ALTERATION, a Radio Repair Transmission Repair
house in or near Venice. Mod. built boat. 8$ ft. beam. 130 Ida Ulto tied dar of Mar, 1M. I
Lots For Sale erate rent. No lease. Local HP Chris Craft engine, day W. A. WYNN: work two Atrconditioninq Repairs' and Installation
risk of lie ClmiH Cnurt Afternoon Dresses, Party
references to Mr G.Casaer cabin ideal for Tarpon fishing
Reply ParaMrta Count,. Florida.By .
' VFNICIt' RRHIDPNCB: TX1TSVENICE 432 Newcomb St., S.E., $800. Frank Walthrr 1001 La- J.". Giilramo.Dnnitr Dresses, Formals, Wedding I
Bl'SINPDS SITE i Washington S2. D. C. Runs Dr. Tel. 4884408. ClrrkROONE. J. W. MOORE Gowns, Houiedressei,
'I Attnrnoi for Plaintiff PLUMBING CO. Sportswear, Drapes.
ELK INLET Seswalled prix TravelLADY Florida' Fowtr 4. I 1,1.45 Bulldlnir.F. II
Business Personals ,
O Bo HOI Vmlca Florida'
ate boat basins. E. L. Kilton Fublhhl Juna 4, II, II, tl, .IM4Tfia Harbor LIghts On The Trail FOR APPOINTMENT

24th wants In
I Machines (mechanically operated passenger IUGISTER!: PN"TITIOUS NAME REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
Wanted good/ health to share expenses. andrlKn dora herthv rcrilfv PHONE 488.4450
Lots ) Chemically; cleaned $50 in advance. Does not Include that h. I. eondiietinf a RMall It........
like new. Just $12 SO plus partsif .nd AIIM Prnduru. h..I._ >t 1555 So.Timlunl .
meals. Back seat driving Trail Vmlra, Fit' under th.
All makes. Venice
PRIVATE buying PARTY lot In Venice interestedin west Stationers required., 211 W. Venice Ave. taboo. Call 483-1168 after 4 p.m. .flrtttfout nd thit nima Mid firm nf Th to. Handr compojuid It..of...th.... 1960 OLDS 88 4 Dr SedanFULL Duplex In wonderful location. Small

488-6113. Mlowlnv .noni whota ...... and
of Trail. Phone 4882621. DRIVING TO WISCONSIN .,.... of _p'..... .. .. a.ilnwi down with terms
Dressmaking, alterations, dra June Take one or two. W. A. Rilph I,...... I... P. O Box Ml, POWER ONE OWNER RADIO AND HEATER payment good on
Sale Jlut>hrer. Gen Del' Venice Venka. PiaOwn.his
Houses For .
perks, etc. reasonable 488-1130 follow of Th. Handy HaHwara bu EXCELLENT CONDITION NEW TIRES balance. For further Informationcall

Pets Rilnh Linirlrrl., 1... lOG per onit
VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 It li m. Intention to apply tn tha
Clerk. of ml,. rl..lt roust I In end 'nr $1,000 : 488.6413 or 4884196.
bedroom, 1'A baths panelled ALL THE LOVABLE qualitiesof ..._ Cain,.. 1Oda 'n n.hur Ca
Florida room. Cathedral ceiling. SHEPARD ..1' n.... Tye H.... R.M... 0.'
the smooth Dachshund dor th. provUlon. of rVnnt. SQ9KILaw. .
Can 488- 397. LUMBER CO. with the added bonus of a of Florida. Art. of 141.Wltnav r Hubert Fox, 198 WS Highway Dr.
mr hand thla lot d., of Jnn.
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home on beautiful, easy to care for IHI.
Blvd. u
1003 N. Washington coati! Longhaired Dachshund IIAI.PH tANr.rI'RI': III. North Port Charlotte Ph. 426.1017
Lyons Bay Road Nokomis Sarasota I Pultll.h 3.,. .. II. 15. U. 504.
S9. OO. Phone 488-2776. puppies eight weeks old; black ". --
call male, red female. Copeland,

CBS 2 BEDROOMS Florida ELLIOTT PAULfor Palm Island Estates, Englewood iARGEH

room, tile bath, Golden Beach MY 72871. DISTINCTIVE

section, 828 Roberts St. ROOF TRUSSES BIRDS BOARDED. Also bird DREDGINGEverything Real I Estate Corner

t-l FOR. VENICE BARt.AIN. Alum. Windows & Doors siii>nlle! for sale 488-W50 _
I Mr.. lI.h..... Pri. JUST CALL. LOU JACOBS l-liST Contract Roofing S Painting

Phone 488.2132 Venice Lost
I established home in VenIce SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING In -
Gardens. $15. 00. $2,500 I RUBBER STAMPS made to order and diamond wedding ringon Dredging
EXCLUSIVE Five Choice Lots rn
down. Phone 488.4921.EXCEPTIONAL I Overnight service. Of- Nokomis Beach off pavilion. INTERESTED? :

fice personal pocket or stock. The Gondolier South Venice
Reward. Contact
BARGAIN. 3 4881432. Newapaner 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened ON R.R IN VENICE

bedrooms, 214 baths, Fla. CHANNELS Porch, attached carport, Oil Corner of Shamrock Boula
Lot 19 end 20 Block 202
room screened porch. Near Male Wanted Legal I heat yard and linden Road. High' i

the Gulf. Must sell. $13,000 for Help East Aurora KERMIT L. end dry.
quick sale. Phone 488-6431. I NOTICE' ': TO SttPPIJFRS; $17SJg UNFURNISHED


section of Venice. Two bedrooms -,for one week-end drill. Regular ENGf.CWOOD WATER TlISTRICT.KNGLEWOOD REALTOR Martin S. Stancik
two baths, screened credits toward retirement, FLORIDA REALTOR
Installation if
porch and carport. 1001 Noko plus the added earning power Hnrvira ConiurUuni" will ha rabr .01.'" 221 W. MiamI Av. 801 La9un. Drive
mis Ave., So.. Venice, 14000. of two weeks summer camp In the F.n,I..oo' W.trr, Pl.Mrt until 488.5308 488.4621 Tel. 488.5443
I-OO EaT *in. tl IM4 >t the
Low down payment. No closing California in August. Call 836- .,It.*pm.at the En.l........ WUrr Plitrirt.DO RICHARDSDREDGING I -
costs. Call 488-6701. 1911 Tampa for details. W.t Portent .trek. E..I........ _._
Florid*, at wklrh tln.. Ohm will b. pub.Ifclr I
.. and read abode
3 BEDROOM frame Comer ....onen.I'I..tI.n./ rovernlni the Initalla CO
lot, city water and sewer. Help Wanted tlnn of ..",I.. ... ..
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Walk to school and store $7.250 Ml .t Ihi'offio. or th< Knilowood W.t. nice
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TRADITIONAL For Helpful Jobs I
Let in style your favorite vast
or c.ramic info dutiful lamp.
The constant hum of .ctivlty Seniors) have tried to stud y
t Rttrirmi; Ktifyting I at Venice High School has become for finals, By EUGENE GILBERT pie are pressed for money and.
All Lamp RtpairtVVori turn to paying jobs to meet expenses
a deafening roar as graduation -0A President, Gilbert Youth for such things as college j\
by Experienced Designer 1M and the end of the school candlelight ceremony mad Research, Inc Others they don't
year draw near. Seniors have the installation of the 1964-63
r.ftroen been t busy with preparationsfor National Honor Society officer Look for today's average want the responsibility and
the big night, clubs and a special occasion on the evening young person and you're more some point out that school and
organization. have completedtheir of May 26. Mr Cope Gar. likely to find him doing volun school activities take up an increasing
projects and elected of. rett of New College presented teer work at the local hospital amount of time ft1
204 N. TRAIL
'icers in readiness lot next a plan for future to the mem than having a soda in the corner Patricia Broms, 16, of Minn- '
year, and studenta (excluding bers and parents present. malt shop eapolis, thinks volunteer work
More than a third of the 1219 among teen-agers Is decreasing -
j The Key Club Fish Fry heldat teen.agers We talked to recently because not enough young r %
Teen Haven on May 29 wasa spend some time helping people know anything about it
big success and helped thema others in their communities. "If more would try it, I think
i long way towards their goal: The girls are more interested they'd like it," she adds,
A Sending Dennis Fleming, next in charity work than the Work On The Increase
fear's president, to Key Club boys, possibly because paying And Larry Stuthert, 17, of
International in Dallas, Texas jobs| are more readily availableto Blue Hill, Neb., says many
this summer. During the A- ; the young men. Thirty.seven boys and girls have the atti-
wards Assembly on May 22, per cent of the girls do community tude, "Let the other guy do It.
k the Key Clubbera recognized service, and 39 percent He does things better anyhow."
the seven years of dedicated
work inby eaaineo: friends are doing I There are a number of teens 1 1sw
and cooperation put
of this l work however, who feel more of
their advisor, Mr Edmond
: On the other hand, only 26 per their friends are becoming Interested
ulakowski, who is leaving
is best bargain cent of the boys offer their ser- in volunteer work
your I VHS to teach at Edison Junior
vices, and only 25 per cent say thanks to an increased aware.
'College in Fort Myers His
this is becoming more popular. of
ness their community responsibility
place will be taken by Mr. J, .-- -----.
R Lewis, English and journalIsm Much of the volunteer workIs .
teacher at the high school. connected with organizations "The teen clubs encourageit" SHARK BAIT This good.looking front half of a silver king
look inside .- the teens belong to such as the says Robin Wood, 18, of tarpon was a whole fish when Tim Coffman of Palmetto Road
Carrying lasting memories Boy Scouts, Key Clubs and Ridge, Md. And Blanche Hel- Nokomis, hooked onto it about one.half mile off the Venial
forever, the prom pictures "Y" groups Other charities man, 17, of Monterey Park, jetties It didn't stay that way long, however, after it was
have come back from the photographer he! young people spend time Calif., says "Teens seem to be spotted by a 12.foot hammerhead shark which bisected it with
(finally!) and been helping include the Heart more aware of their responsibility one savage bite Coffman said the remaining half of the tan
made available to the students Fund' March of Dimes I in this most burdensome pon weighed 40 pounds and he estimated the weight of the
who purchased them. UNICEF and the Red Cross period of history" whole fish at approximately 85 pounds.
n see -.- Many of the girls spend their
The administration Is busy time as "candy stripers at local
Ironing out the wrinkles in the hospitals, reading to the :
student and class scheduling patients or doing other voluneer -
1 1I 1I 1I for next year. Due to increased work. fur 11mfG Rff GmfltDay}
enrollment, additional classrooms Feel Responsibility
and teachers, and a proposed Why do they do it?
change in the length of I Kenneth Elam 17, of Penn. "
classes, many problems, some suaken, N. J., does community __'< .. .:; :".,.1" i':, _. :
still unseen, have arisen and service because! of the
I a must be solved as quickly as "moral responsibility and sat
I possible isfaction of helping others" WONDERFUL\ \WIDE VARIETY OF GIFTS

...0- Says Karen Endsley, 16, of Tor.
A first In the history of VenIce ranee, Calif., "I feel that I COMPACTS BATH POWDERS COLOGNE. PERFUME
High School is the comple. have accomplished somethingwhen JEWELRY WATCHES
inn of thirteen issues of THE I help those who are less
I TOMAHAWK, the first school fortunate than I.
: {7 newspaper to last the entire Other teen agree with Dale COMB 4 BRUSH SETS SHAVING NEEDS

who likes to help because "I
With the end of school so meet many wonderful people
near, plans have been made by and it's good experience GRADUATION CARDS
most students for the summer Some of the boys an'8lrll also
I There will be people working, indicated they were following '?
loafing, and studying, but their parents' lead in offering tv DICK & MEADOWS.t
their time for y
usually enjoying the freedom a worthy cause. :
.r-.i. \.s .
which summer bringsJane Most of the young people say PHARMACY
Norcross and Nancy they really enjoy themselves'
I while doing volunteer work '" ,
Bradley will work in a resortIn
}, Maine, Carolyn Warner In Why then, don't they think 231 W Venice Avt. PI\ 488-6776 --
1 Quick Cooling at high speed for hot, 5 Cleaner Air because of extra large per. a resort in Connecticut, and more teens will turn to such Venice; Medical' '; Center Ph. 488.3985aaasi
( +I j humid rooms. Quieter Cooling and manentwashablefilterremovablewihegreater Ginger Wellman in either activity? Because young poo-'
dehumidification at ---
low-speed out detaching grills Sarasota or Tallahassee

setting. 6 Exhausts stale air, Vents 'In fresh air Bob Duell will work in WashIngton -
2 Even Temperatures! automatically mainwith simplified control setting. D. C., where he will
tamed by big, extr ensitive thermostat attend college in the fall, and
I 7 Inside-Out Protection against rust, corrosion Cynthia Schepp, Diane Len-
3 Flexible Air Flow lets you select more salt a* with "Weather Armor" hart, and Gene Eddy will work

f'.t than 10 variations for personal comfort.metal for casing and Internal parts. here In Venice .. t ra

1 4 Low Operating Cost and maximum cool8 Permanently Lubricated compressor and June Hider will travel with
her sister Barbara to Mexico,
"j It t r Ing achieved with properly matched com fan motor for carefree operation. while Linda Reynolds will :
; i pressor and highly efficient staggered 9 Extra.Oulet! specially designed fans journey to California, and Shep
: :-\ coils.Also wring more moisture out of air. move more nr, more quietly. Lawrence to New York and the

World Fair. Jerry Meadowswill ..

1;r CARRIER has a model for every need and pocketbook and Merrie relax in Poole North will Carolina return, -- "

home to Alabama.
.r.ti i; There's a Carrier Room Air Conditioner for every purse Wherever they go and whatever -

"I ''I and every size room. Capacities: 5,600 to 23,500 BTU's. S they do we hope that all
VHS students and graduates
types: "Install-ityourself..Thru-the-wall..Win
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; 1 dow or Transom. 115-, 208-, and 230-volt models. Heat ,axxrewr

pumps, too. Come In and look over this quality line! :Geadgooeteep GLUTTONS FOR PANCAKES =- == -

When a pancakery in St. Petersburg -
hung out the "all -
205 Case Ave. E., One Block North of the Air Base can eat" sign 13 students you at -- -",:::::: :: :l'C -
Northeast High School went into -
training They skipped lunch

Then they visited the restaurant ---... ..-. -
after school and ate a
I total of 350 pancakes for an
average of just a 13th under
VENICE AIR BASE PH. 488.1766 27 each. Woody Mitchel, Bob
leeks, Fred Saccuccl and Jay
Don Tiesler only ate 20 He

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ihverbrook Gardens Library's MayCirculation I E'wood Rcbekah Wins High Award

T By MARY E. n k, 1 ENGLEWOOD Elizabeth native of Conneaut, Ohio,
+ Hull of Englewood received the where she was Noble Grand of
and Mrs, Max Miller on Uvei and friends Decree of Chivalry at the Rebel her Rebekah Lodge in 1919,
,plUMS Drive and Mr, and They visited Mrs Towns'enT. UpJust 't.ih Assembly of Florida making her at present a 60-
h.. ld at Daytona Beach. It is year member of the organiza
?. t 1 ilev Lalng of Engle.d sister, P. Bell
MkF In Norfolk short of in Odd Fel- tion.
en,yd a Journey down while there they too 3,000 book 'the hi: hcst degree I
jwy\ 70 last Thursday.Y enjoYed going' to the McArthur were circulated at the Venice 0\1\ship. Harold E. Hall wu unable I
sI"n ped at a watermelon Memorial' and they were awed Area Free public Library during This degree la given for mer to attend the Decoration of I
the watermelons with its in lodge work as well as Chivalry bestowed his
JT, and they the beauty it held within, the month of May, according upon
Jht, home was proof wee such J1? trophies| silver items for being of help to others outside wife Elizabeth as he was at
jrme very good melons etc. They then went to Crew to a report made at yester the lodge, for which she the time in Tampa taking the
'F;jndair va., and visited Mr. Town- day's meeting of the board of earned many credits. This is degrees enabling him to become
-o- send', sister Mrs. M. W Rob. directors of the Venice Area I the first and only Degree of a 32nd degree Master of
;. and Mrs James Hayes nson for a few days they then Friends of the Library. Chivalry ever bestowed upon a the Royal Secret, Ancient and
r ,chore Drive entertain. journeyed on to Petersburg -- member of Lemon Bay Re- Accepted Scottish Rite of FreeMasonry
| 'M.( and Mrs A. J. Kroupa Va. They visited friends Mr' The librarian's report stated IP { be'tah Lodge No. 80 ,
ir .. Hay' s prepared Swedish many people here last was that Bessie Ford, formerly t
? know be- month including 467 \ r of Englewood but now at Historians are unable to ]identify -
Mt balls and spaghetti, a cause of their visits In Florida books for children A total of St. Armand'a Beach took the a period in recorded time ,
I (om salad and dessert! Before returning home 14.682 books have been circulated [Assembly Degree. She was a when men did not wear armor ,
was so good .., they ,
rrything -- went through the 17-mile by the public library
j -0:151 bridge tunnel The Bridge ,since the first of the year. : :
.|: Jayne Shaw of ManaIh tunnel was built at a cost of
Key enjoyed being aat $200 million and connects the The library collection which CLOSED FOR VACATIONFrom
of Miss Linda Davis Eastern has been increased by 1,054 n\
r t onto shore with the mainland \ : rsr
rt Key over the weekend near Norfolk, forming a volumes since January I, re- : r
I the Manatee Jr. College. highway system. May There were aNo 127 new MAY 25 UNTIL JUNE 16 I
.t j -0rr. registrations recorded 1 a 11 _a __ -__ 4
--- -- -
)< and Mrs. Homer Thorp The Buttons and Bows : month, bringing the total registrations phot* br W 6 CiUin,dirf t
Feaster! Street are enterng Square Dance to date to 1,023. BAY-VISTA
Club had their
NEW KEY CLUB OFFICERS-Dennis Fleming Other new Key Club officers Installed with
,, as houseguesta! their last dance for the season last Details of the Smoky Bear center, new Venice High School Key Club Fleming are, from left James Van Keuren,
m iw and daughter, Mr. Saturday evening Mr. Fred Reading Club and the Children president, receive congratulations from treasurer: Tom Land 'raf, vice president, RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE
i Mrs. Edmond Riechers Christopher was the caller 'a Story Hour, both to be Smyth Brohard immediate past president, and Ray Joel son, treasurer Joelson also was I
iii St. Louis, Mo. Mr ands Everyone wag very happy to held this summer, will be re- following his i induction at an installation ban installing officer as lieutenant governor of Beach Rd. & SR 775 Englewood'
Riechers are here on vain see Mr. Christopher as he had leased in the near future quet last week at Smitty's Beef Eaters Room Division_9 Key Clubs.
and they are having a been away for awhile He was ---
of fun going fishing and gone four weeks touring statesin J.
timing in the gUlf. As ales the West. Mr. Christopher

Florida.a vacation la too short Center will be in the Venice caller Gardens at the Civic during I DeMolay To Install Sunday tJ<
the summer The "Buttonsand
)/'r. Raymond Harris on Nep- Bows" will resume their Max Howard son of Mr. and Don Raymond, chaplain, !
e Drive was very happy and dances in October. Mrs Walter R. Howard, 336 : Mike Stirling, marshal, Chris -
miles Monday morning" Coral St., Venice, will be installed : Pontius standard bearer, -
m he caught his first "big as master councilor of ': Mike Estes, almoner: Joel Un
*. He accompanied Mr. Robert E. Lee Chapter, Orderof iII" derwood banner bearer, Paul
irt McNeil of Englewood tome Navy Leaguers DeMolay in public rites at2pm .' Raymond, scribe: Doug Kies-
fishing at Stump Pass Sunday in the Masonic : Hag treasurer, Bill Payne, RUG SERVICE
he came home happy skid Given ReportVenice Temple 'Ar. J sentinel HOME FURNISHING r
with a new toy He '
Installing officers all past 1 Mike Palmer Scott Eggle- DECORATING
34 Inchk FREE
jht a 131i pound master councilors, will include Halback.
field John
Council of the Navy : .
It being his first big ACCESSORIES
here two League of the United States Paul Raymond installing officer Lawrence, Mike Gerack Steve .
since moving GIFT IDEAS3,1tt
David Bowles, installing
met for a businessmen's lunch Ruth and Bill McNabb preceptors -
we can understand
1'1 ago senior councilor; Tom Foss in. Scott Walker orator:
Fisherman's :
Monday noon at
and excitement he had !
joy stalling I Junior i councilor, Dale crown of youth
bringing this fish In. We Wharf and a report by the
Gareth Walmsley installing bearer Ricky Fitzgerald and
president Robert S. Baynard ;
this U the beginning marshal Terry Miller, installing aides.
on his trip to Texas and the : Chirlcs
ny national convention chaplain and James Bal- The degree of Chevalier will
Thirty-two members turned lard installing senior deacon. J J4 be conferred upon Paul Ray.
and James
) installed ,
officers to
Other be
i on Bayshore Drive rely out vigorous to discuss information plans programIn for a at the Sunday ceremony are I I mond the end ceremonies.James Ballard Lawrence during HOUSE OF FURNITURE
returned from
>\ a Muntean senior councilor -
ill vacation visiting rela- the Venice area during the Larry council- G. Raymond serves as "dad" 421 S. Timi.mJ Tr. Yen'tc '
Olson, junior E
year. I IIt ; Doug I advisor for the group At Venice Shopping Center
Refreshments will be servedIn
,- -- the room following In. B'
., MAX HOWARD dining
; stallation.The .
or, Shep Lawrence, senlod dea- I
'tT r' con; Gene Stewart, junior deacon first silver dollar was

; Woody Foss, senior stew. minted in 1794 Since then there .l ,. _. .
different de .Iii .rwrur r+ +rr. .rr.rrwirr +
ird, Skip Halback, junior steward have been nine
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THE Too Late ToClassify Gardener's CornerBy 1

l EARL II. BROWNINGThe must be taken to obtain-

PEOPLE transplanted Yankee approaches tity of root structure snd

ii ( gardening in Florida avoid damage to thll'Ooll. k

1 with\ fear and trepidation but difficulty of !

.' SPEAK he soon learns that it U almostas ably explain.high propogutlp. the
By RUSSELL KAY dandelionsin crisp"
J easy as raising cost of the plants ,
the north. Moat plants thrivein III tbr
nursery markets
do know ,
How well you your but
-- Florida sunshine II
such the same noted \that as the
state Could you answer Plante
To untold hours in an that the majority of us came come bt.
The Editor: they spent questions as what is our state more commo,,
MEMBER: OF THC ASSOCIATED PRESJ!: .- MEMBER: OF TH8 FLORIDA PRESS! ASSOCIATION Once again the Venice Little effort to gain the Republican song, state bird, state flower seeking. It is safe to gardenin Price are beeofukmtdersle. till!

Theatre has finished a very nomination for county commissioner When was Florida admitted to Florida It one Inserts the Iftor1 i
Th. Auoelawo'. Prm to uehnlvoly. tntltlnl to DM for Mpnhlkatma of nil .... dlipitrho emUM la successful four District 5, for me. Most plant in the sand and step.back Blooms
.. .. .. .. .. .. season our the Union? What is the total appear) most
Mar oot aU r n r dil d la thl papor. and ''K> I bran D. puhllihoa1 b...... All rlghu of nvubllcatln
I teenth. of these people I can Identify quickly. during the h 1
f .portal dtepatrhea art ala raemd.To. area of the state How do we summer but
and .lull aoV rtlal. a oonfnt of this nroipapn k wpyrlchud ud I.. rrpuhllraUoai to wIffaulr Mine was \the privilege of and will be able to thank personally rank with other states In population However the exotic Bird of section they develop the

I forviddca eopt by wrlttoa pwrmlaatoa.Puhtltbnt working with a group of wonderful but some worked retail trade bank deposits Paradise, raised so easily and winter or early sprSf, )u"e

capable, dedicated people whom I am not and probablynever ? in such quantities in California authorities recommend *
Every Monday and Thu"" ., from IIU4 E.: Miami AvoauaEnured a
will be, aware of. In order I. still wino4ts duction In feeding
Ai Second C'_ Matter At Pmt Offlro M ..,4.. .. Florid I would like All of these questions as wellas ;; and wstpfit
Our them of
success was due, to a to reach thing a problem during the winter
thousands of others are answered months
., great degree, to the fine coverage to use your paper to express to In Florida. potted plant, but Of is
EDWARD D. BALL ... .............................. ..... Editor and Publisher throughoutthe them for their in a single volume it timed I hava
you gave us my appreciation Despite this a regular
"The Atlas of Florida, 'Just
d COURTNEY WILLIS .. .... .... ..... ......... .. .. Advertising Manager year in The GONDOLIER. confidence in me, and their the University of has been chosenas feeding routine which yesr.stgst

f' SAM DILLON ............................. ..... Newt and Newsphoto Editor The board of directors of the willingness to work in my be published Florida Press.Authorized by the club flower plain the early blooming fig eF
Venice Little Theatre sends a of \the Men's
I ROGER KILBY...... ........................ .. ... Mechanical Superintendent sincere "Thank You" to every. half.To \those and to the voters and copyrightedby Garden Club of iOO.The bloom develops on

one Involved in a very successful who had enough confidence to the Board of Commissioner the Venice spike; the first evident alnt

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $3.25 per year $3.23 per six months\ $2.73 and rewarding year. register it In vote., let me of State Institutions, it Is edited Area. There are a bracht or boat shipH bt I

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county (623: per year $423: MRS GENE L. GREEN, recommend that we feel proudof by Erwin Raisz and Associates several varieties four to eight inches In : w
with text John R. Dunkle mph
per six months $3 per three months.DDay Venice. our showing and not waste by ranging tot which i. colored greed
and prepared in the Department nit
our time on disappointment.FLOYD Fee a I tot some red and purple. The
To The Editor: of Geography University Browning the one that is opens and several florttt pd
POTTER, of Florida.A rf/
Many, people had
many that deal bright orange
most appear
common we
.loss.g h confidence; I. me that _Rncleuiond.Dave's n.__ .. -.. foreword by Governor Farris with here Is Strelitzia, a perennial tully over a period of 5wha fOIl II

Bryant states: shrub from South Africa eight days or more, From! MA!

which belongs to \the banana floret appears a bright ply
Minus Two DiatribeBy "The face of Florida is varied family This plant somewhat barbed tongue and the ton!.

and our citizens have a resembles the Traveler Palm blned result Is most slartjM

Dt'FFT LEWIS deep affection for their na before it develops a trunk. Its The book says that the i
tive adopted state. The At. will not
or oval shaped leaves appear on withstand tempal,
Good supplies of water are drowned out of their ancestral las of Florida attempts to ex tures below 50
The tHghfly-builr commander with the. young men dwell upon at any given time long straight ftmg. Its maximum decree. but' !r!!
increasingly hard to find in our lands, and especially about disturbing hibit this variety in as clear : height is five feet Mine plants cannot read and pad
serious main strode back and forth before and in any given place. Some gathered United States, and, as we've their cemetery where precise and accurate a manner appears to be a dwarf varietyof attention to our annually rn\

the roomful of relaxed young ensigns, around a sailor with a guitar and harmonized all been warned, the situation the best of the clans were gath HI possible. We who live approximately two feet. reading of 26 debreej fain

with our population blooming ered. Somehow the family in Florida can find here the winter of 1962-03.
lieutenants and lieutenants junior grade, on a little ditty called "Roll Me OverIn When planting, choose a
will become acute. The fact dead command more respect much of that information so The Bird of
trying his best to sharp.n them, for the The Clover the wartime anthem of bright sunny protected spot Paradise! pint!
up at times
than the
that it is our own fault that necessary if we are to enjoyour where you expect the Bird of spread over a rather mk

Normandy invasion just two days away. PT ers with time on their hands.At we've brought It on by wasteful cause much less trouble.As advantages of residence Paradise to remain as the root area, each section produani

"G.ntlem.n," he exhorted. "We've got 0400 when the order to drainage, ruthless destruc the waters creeped on up to the fullest end solve our system is very extensive. The a bloom that Is ample mod
came move tion of nature's trees as Into the "Valley of the Seven problems of rapid growth large fleshy roots reach the German boat. It outrun
TO get can out the carefree of the Grandpa called it
night Sisters as will
young men sponges for storage, and pollution most sensibly. Visitors depths and it Is very difficultto
the British. It has us outgunned and out. before became serious fighting men, toughas of our streams, does not for the seven hills that ringedit. find in the Atlas, a quick successfully transplant a ful.

armored. But there's a way. When you casehardened steel. better the situation unlesswe something had to be done guide to the history and scenery Iy developed plant. The plant Coin Club reetsVedncsdayWeek
mend our bit late about the creamery, sawmill that will enable \them
ways, a should be in
I sight the, him!I" placed a rich
!' en.my ram Out on the sullen, heaving channel they As the urban and suburban store barns and farmhouses more rapidly to know our heavy loam to which has been \
Deep silence fell upon the young American They were burned. state as whole past and
'l took over shepherding the miles-long columns populations swell It becomes a added a quantity of peat moss
:;1 slippers as they contemplated the necessary to reach farther and' While Dave types he can see present Those who would or other water retaining Bub- The Venire Ares Com rt
I of old
of ramming an E-boat with doughty minesweepers assigned farther to tap a supply of water a picture In this office of the settle their families or industries stance Care should be taken Currency Club will hold its nj
consequences the task of lanes for the old Lewis home. Built in the in Florida will find our
clearing that Is When ular
s thin skin adequate you that the plant not be set too monthly meeting Weds
their out-armored
outgunned thousands of troop.laden invasion craft look at the little reservoir in last century it was more big economy and resources on deep: the beginning of the root day, June 10, In the communitr

Bed, laminated piano wood PT boats. which Central Park N. Y. City, and than beautiful, with\ porches display within these covers. should be barely below the lev. room of the Venice Often i
began to form to the
From the back of the room the ponder. rear. the Croton Reservoir up the around two sides a "Romeo The student will profit from el of the ground The plant is the Sarasota Federal lamp

As day broke through the low overcast Hudson a way, it is hard to and Juliet" balcony protrudingfrom this basic accumulation of a voraciaus feeder and I throwon and Loan.
I Ing over such a predicament was broken \the third story It had to "
and pelting rain a British minesweeper realize that once such small data. a handful of organic fertilizer There will be i short bat
by a loud stage whisper: "Like hall we facilities sufficient. be big for in those days sons ness meeting followed
were once a month. They shouldbe by: i talk
blinked a cheery: "Good Morning. Good and daughters would arrive Published in full color and
will." Then came \the Ashokan fed a minimum of once on the topic "Colni"! (1111
often to generously illustrated with attractive
Moments later the disIntegrated with their offspring,
sweeper guest Louis Bell Bell Is iwd
Dam in the Catskill three months and water-
project every
If the commander heard he didn't lat spend the entire summer Florida scenes, maps,
in an angry crimson wink, theday's Mountains, damming the big achool vacation.It graphs and charts, it presents ded freely. known numismatist from Dt-

on. His briefing broke up eventually with first mine victim of many to follow valley of the Esopus Creek to was nice there on the 5 graphic story of \the "Sun Raising the plant from seedIs cater Ga, who is vacatimbf!

nobody showing evidence of undue alarm store close to two and a half shine State" a long tedious process The in the area The usual auctm
lawns under the shading maples
t with E-boat. All through the day and the next million gallons for Greater New blue tongue of the flower con. will follow and anyone tntemt-
over an encounter an when the invasion was delayed for 24 York. We remember at the beside the dirt road Impressive color charts (Indicate taming the pollen must be opened ed Is cordially invited to it-

The place of this+ tableau; was Britain's time it was built that it was with black cherries a croquet Florida's location as it and the florets pollintzed tend. Members present ineligible
r hours the little fussed the bad loser
southeast coast naval bate called Portland PTs around considered to supply! plenty for ground where young relates to \the nation and the by hand. When the seeds form for a door prize.
had been known to throw a
big their flanks and world. The of the StateIs
June 4 1744. The sweepers protecting years to come. That was In geology in a sac after about six months
Bill. The time was com. wooden ball at winner, and of
riddling with bullets and sinking the minesthey'd 1912 when the city had out fully dealt with from the they can be stored for use. NO MORE WALKINGCLEARWATER
41 mender with the message was John D. grown its 1905 Croton reservoirof course the rustic "summerhouse" Paleozoic Age to the present Plants started from seed will (API-Juki

BulkeUy. swept up with their trailing para a million and a half storage beside the herb garden. time with a description of geologic require at least \three years before Rowe, 14, won a $20 bet bf

vanes slithering through the choppy water Three years later they stoppedthe Another\ picture in this office formations, mineral de. \they are ready to bloom. completing a 50-mile hta
Commander Bulkeley, a hero of the Pacific shows Grandpa's stone barn, posits fossils and soils.A Asked what he would do WIth
In the early hours of D-Day the mines Bronx River to add another also three stories high with abasement An easier method of propoga-
had been brought to the ETO tot paltry 965,000 gallons of section is devoted to our tion Is by the division of the money he said he would
for milk It
had been French cows. was
swept right up to the chasers the of the save it "I'd like to gets! I
or taking
I command the U. S. Navy's PT squadron us thirsty Gotha. entirely of native quarry stone water resources sea, lakes and
coast, the cleared lanes marked by buoys mites offshoots for potting. Care motor scooter,"
rivers. It also deals with such
j'J! assigned a part In the Allied cross-chan with metal roof, the rafters of

:1? nel thrust Hitler's Fortress Europe.He with green lights showing to sea and Faster than the damming the rails coming from the Erie problems as flood control
: against thirst grew In 1939 the Round. beach erosion the proposed
t blacked out landward. From the deck of Railroad.
was being lionized back home as out Creek in the Catskills was Though it was called "Lew. cross-state canal springs and Venice Area Church Directory
the looted
PT boat Stratus like
it big
the man who sprung General MacArthur a plugged for a huge yield of is's Folly" when built, it with. underground waters, etc.

from the Phillipinet and was the central city asleep with its traffic lights still on, close to nine million gallons, stood the years while others\ Other subjects covered In detail .
j I' Before dawn the battlewagons standingfar which still not being enough were struck by lightning and with graphic charts Include ST. NATHANTFL'S: ( EPISCOPAL: TRINITT MrTHOnlW
; character In the bestseller "They Ware the Neversink River CHURCH web. ., Ianw
: was stop.ped barn
destroyed. Watching a
weather\ and action of the sun, NnrUI Poot Cba.1oeIo
broadsides Old too! Balea Ofrioal
1 ; I Spendable." out to sea began hurling their to net another eleven and burn during a storm was the rains and winds. Soils from Turn Wait at LlghthouMRe W.p, 1Ion1. fo.d.. I'll to
a half million .. Petor 0. Mad_. Vicar.flunday WSC5 that Msdq. : ijf ye.
the shells overheadlike gallons in
: (Incidentally, the Commander Bulkeley big swishing You 1954 Incentive for the late David northern uplands type, to the ( 8or.lra till ...... Olilnlal5md1aewudTadwl5axolp ,
soft wind in the pines and bursting can get an Idea of the Wi using stone. And it seemed swamps and marsh and bottom Common. I lit and Ird Sunday 0 .
of 1944 is Admiral Bulkeley, commander dire
'f j now need when
you read of to
that if a barn were going lands of the 'glades. Vegetation EPISCOPAL KIS8ION
''f. t of Guantanamo, who recently upon their targets in violent yellowish water use restrictions Imposed burn it always waited until the wildlife conservation VENICE: ASSEMBLY! : OF COD At Seoul RMMPiter
;'. i in the big city during Venloa By-Way at Myrtle., A... II....... Vlnr.tradw ,
l : showed his contempt for Fidel Castro porn poms. lode per. unlucky farmer had filled it land use, crops, livestock ROT. Victor Meurica. Paabw 1,00 1.1.*. Wonill. h
)' the main when Fidel At daybreak a beautiful rainbow arched Still without need of a with the year's crop of hay farms and markets, marine Sunday School. lOtOO .... a .
by severing water "divining rod the Mornlni' CHBBO
Wonhlp. IllOO
a city reached a.m FIRST BAPTIST
Some said that the new hay
the the out the life and fishing, both sport and I....... ........ T t04 p M.Wodneadar N. ...,.. DM-
tJ shut off Gitmo's Cuban water supply.) across sky as carnage picked up year after Never. drew the Granda's
sink lightning. commercial, transports 11 I Ion. Prayer Meeting. ItM P.. T*. .... Ck.rH. L CIIIo_
The subalterns of his newly or. below."That's. to dam the beautiful barn stood.It communications population M'tUUrSundvl
I .
young ,
Downsville Valley e &* "'
PT squadron of them unsung for luck commented on.he\ East stood until a few weeks its character density and distribution VENICE-NOKOMIS METHODIST IU00..11U. WenbW dam
I ganizad Branch
\ many good of the Delaware River. and then the demolitioncrew CHURCH ..,
( ago s.4I.
living standards
| Palm Arena A Pnlnontla. 4IIUIIJoha
t I heroes in their own right, didn'tcotton Stratus skipper R. C. Burleson, a happy- This netted another ten and had to try five times before trade and taxation, education Louie Jonoi, Faetor.Worahla :.:;. _

too much to pep talk from a commander go-lucky Texan from Temple the a half million and drowned out they blew it down. We health\ sports and recreation, aChun Bontoeal I M aak and 11 W'derdrt roo 1,00 P r Fr:' .. xd....dr",

In from another war little town of Downsville. can't see why they bothered to tourism, retirement government ) .h..1t ':41 .... w MoiraM.hedlw
: brought "Surely good omen," echoed Signalman There are here in Englewoodsome waste all \that dynamite for it and culture. y..th F.Ibw.Alp. S,5e ... --

i; I theater. Ken Short from Providence, R. I. immigrants from the old might have made a good an. CHURCH OF Tar NAZARDTEMMANUEL ;!
country New York It is the most complete and LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunk Venice.
1 I From the briefing room they returned For a moment were lost in thoughts ber who remem chorage and boat shed for a work of the | SO* B. laailaml Trail 4KS.4MIPaetor. Juat Eat el Ju nrtwa II sod. tO. '
you the comprehensive
{ : famous Downsville caretaker of the new reservoir Tb* ".. Chub L How M bd...., III..-
It'! to their PT boats, heavily laden with tor. of the unreality of it all. But then war Band Not so famous as Casey' It wouldn't have hurt a kind I have ever Been and rhnrch School" till e-r*. Phone 4..400IRunday /
.... .
I y j pedoes their .40 milimeter guns fully Is unreal. Ragtime or Macnammar- glass of water in Manhattan or should prove a valuable assetin Wonhlp 10 iM .1 Br Wonhlp_. 0 M 10 a.m.Mornlnt :10 ....

I ra's Band it was one of the Brooklyn. All the cows were every Florida home, and of LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH Tooth Brrrloa, I:10 P.avR.enlni
: loaded and ready. That's the way you saw it on D-Day. finest in the whole state and Interest to the entire family. 4 ail. Soul oa US. 41THa 5w"eti liM pavWadneaday .

Everything shipshape, they relaxed !in That's the it remains indelibly in oddly enough gone Those responsible for its pro- R* M.lvla a Made 48SM04Wonhlp Prayar tleKlm.' L1-01
way came from a It comes under the head of 80",_ 10," *.abSunday -
bull sessions, talking of the one subject one's mind, 20 years after town of probably less than a "Progress," Nancy, and thereIs duction are to be congratulate School, .II era CALVART: RFFORMED CHMfl
thousand Inhabitants. ed. Claana till a.av OF VENIC1
Their nothing we can do about it
j sweet music was drowned out. even when it hurts. Yet \there CHURrH OF CHRIST. 1SOI North CATHOUO.CHURCH Perm PrW

n1 Gilboa was another littleupstate" may t be some way you can BCIENTlbT OFT I EpIPRAIn....
t mountain town flood. help, being young, by 'Joiningthe cue Wait Vonloaloaday Venlca, Arenue. North Harhnr Dri>.r01lf11'

I *d to the top of its church spire \ forces of conservation to .....lc.., ll ana, .... =bn-swam *! ,-"
: ; for the THE NCFIIIJSTIIIEJSCIFI1CE Svaaay School 11 .... KbWodnetday. ,, .
Practical EconomicsEvery thirsty big city. As we save our resources before we ; I pia. II- ':,' r.-, "hI .M
.;[ remember it, \the water from have to dig wells a mile deep Raadlnf I Room 10 a-nt to 4 p m. dairy .edop, 0,00 se. i.IO: w
that dam was run through a -end perhaps dry then. neept Sunday and holldaya, aad Frin:. :.::, P.bnl.0 15
lay otenlnn free f to 1:11 Fa
tunnel In the mountain to aug Little Nancy is the daughter psi end n,10 to _

normal person abhors the specter i ican company, after years of exploration, ment Yet \the all this Ashokan Reservoir of cousin John L., Jr, and CRAM METHODIST CHURCH NORTH PORT CBABtOTTICHURCHES
was not
enough who built small house
Bernie .
Cornar of Field and Data
of poverty and hardship. Evan on a relatively discovered a rich mineral deposit and probably never will be un next to Grandpa's castle, that Rer. Mlles Dtfaata*. PRESBYTeRIAM: CBW

", If ;; minor scale, these evils are considered tine, cooper and silver in the provinceof til we find a cheap method for monster too hard to heat in Sanday School.Swrtca,It4l lltOO aotWonhip a-ai. FIRST c-.I" OeY 111I......

; 4 unacceptable in where Ontario. Of the converting sea water. Next the winter Now their home is gone M. V. F, liOO pat. Ds Tarr.am.t. Pete' :
a country course, company concerned City .. u 5'r ::;
reached into another too, along with the horse barn mOniTOR Bible Stady. Till P Wadacadar.SEVENTH a:7 nrclew wld
d 1 i general living standards have reached unprecedented expects to profit from its efforts branch of the Delaware River the round watering trough the sea Adalt :",:,:",.

#l't heights. But in spite of what to take away the David W arbor and all the things DAY ADVENTIST tote
grape -
but in the words of the Toronto, Globed Lewis and Pooona Trail S mi cal of Kb 41Mokoaiia Th. 1\09. Prank I.
people have been led to believe kinfolks' land. Al we remember.So Fla.Putor. 5usM5rhmlt h45: : ..
P' many Mail these profits are nothing we write they are drowning out our cousins have taken to Wen L Caata.Henlee Mw.be W.nhtP'itM W
the answers to the problems of living do the pleasant >t Saturday I SO .... lOitS. eo.m......
r" ft compered with the Canada will little village of the Delaware County hills to Accurate Pro,.. Ser.loe.1' t-.IO To.... aooalna-. ? --
: I I not depend upon a benevolent govern profit Cannonsville with a dam that build and start all over again rr : oeECe

,I .' ment. make the jobs, the tax revenue, the will back water up to flood with a dairy farm. It's "Prog VENICE-NOKOMIS PRESBYTERIAN: u r ructLiwo 0tfII I'1f11

grandpa Lewis's Rockroyal ress," Nancy but we don't Complete A b1.. Beau R. .... II- r' W'
f V : I Late news reports from Canada c.rryI' circulation of new money, the invigorating settlement with all Its works blame you for not liking it. : :. Rl.rlo. VonloaTelephone Mr 5,0, are
', -;;,:/ :li a lesson in practical economics that is effect the discovery will have Loomis along Trout Creek where the Here are her views In the mat News School Ii4l I 4JIMZIftmrlay a.av xewy Y .:M YawonMP ar
and .t0tll
Sherruck Creeks ter. Her Dad corrected \the Kenrlona Suadayl ..11.-. C. la.5
I', r" 1 worth noting. A few weeks ago an Amer upon business." Join. Perhaps the trout that we spelling, but we put it back r.I4.asq. 11.11. II are 001d.5 _
Coverage ...
catch In
: '1 it'.t. t, those cold waters her way. You've had diatribes AND 5r oa
; will stock the new from the senselessness of
j' reser- us or. 0t0JtIa
volr, though it will be too warm English spelling George Bernard n. Ylnblw eY

for their brook trout blood. Shaw agreed with us, orpossibly Printta1 'ijiIQSfQN | DM .... Donw Rlvlora' Dean al Sorrvnb Pet os.a, Raat tSunday earkw Wr Id! ,.. C.aw Y

I ; i Can you imagine swimming we with him. Here's N nkrVrb.. ..::- -u: Mi1
Senatorial Justice in those f iN a-at. Holy (XmmunlMliO 5r _
; I! spring brooks Nancy: a.ab Family Wonhlp Morning tbsrrl Sob"..::K.- 1111
Well we did, and that's prob- "I didn't like it when they Prayar Bermoa a.ea eaoept ti>* *'.-:tfeai r.t
ably why we didn't 1.11 a.av Adult' Blbk Sndf aid at Reeraatloa CenMV "rf .(I.;
learn to took our farms away. I laughed Church School. a.ai at hoes of GPAMMA
( swim better as a youngster when they didn't knok (tic) llOt ... Mornlni Prayer aad sword H. Knlaat.. .

The Armed Services Committee of the ill and was sent to sick bay but managedto Uncle John Lloyd L. even, dug the stone bam down the first Mee".. Vrb 6ardr5'

out a swimming pool alongside time I think it alful (sic)
: ''it. United States Senate has removed the appear at his quarters at the time of that shivering creek. was | FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF VENICE nNICB; sa1I..5
Hardier mean of them to knok it down. .. Mai
I 1M
.., ,
1 Y $24 Months $U Richard R. Ll PaMo -
name of a West Point cadet from the list a room check so he could get credit for members of the numerous clan All I know Is \that it was silly 1 Month Rnaday .. roL lne :: :.t'I.IO....
$6 .
:::.a-:: .. .
could try the water that makes of them to knok It down be. Wonhlp : a.at.Ttalalni eN5
: t s I of academy graduates who receive corn- serving sentence. ca. rfcto aOorrlaeatoaf t4T 4.M Bu.d.y p.ely' :::,,
the brook trout so frisky CUBe (sic) it wound't (sic) had eww.0 It wIt rose stork. Never = pauBraiinf P'.yw and orb
\ pi j missions as second lieutenants In June. Well, ".11. After Bobby Baker, the When the adw tel ..... liM p.ah ... ..y'
I City told the Can- done any harm Just sitting ChrleHoa/ ........ MMHor Wod. Pravoy Ms:.. till P W=:'. e.rrk: .. 11,11,
i The cadet had been expelled then reInstated Senate committees action could be likened nonsvillagers to get out. one there. Well I hope those men 0.. Narw.p etn.t5rt. '

: by court order after an incident to a repeated offender making the storekeeper put a sign on his are having a great time aboutit. .... Moos, eatlr FIRST iDtaelploa CHRISTIAN, at ChrMI CHURCH. IIOIrI'11 nNlc5APTIer KMawnb

door saying, "No stock no I still wish I was in the little ".16 | Taaipl Fast Venle Aeeau. 511155 Olded'lIyaw'
i j It the cadet judge stand In the corner for poppinghis :: .: '
involving "quibbling. seems ;.
t tore, no home, no more." house. Well I don't like those Parior Th* Rn. 0. H. Pry 5w. 5'A'

i had been confined to quarters became gum. Folks were bitter about being men." Ronday wenbip,School oa a.r ll, | a. a.PAGE Sealy/rbe: .nhnoL d F ;f V


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. Top Records I NPC CLUB .J NOTES I CAP SquadronTo I Venice .East- I

.,., .MARrT1Imt1Tsr_.n.______._ _.._... ..
I" Compiled by Rona Sears By BALL* sr ..
The Members of the New England mony. The flag was flying that Church will meet a half hour Attend CampMany
'O o Gilbert Youth Service. Inc. I! Club will hold A pirnio; on day in his memory. I earlier for a short business I Visitors at the home of Mr. with other south county are
"Love Me Do June 17 at the Enslewood The veterans held an Impressive meeting. After the supper there and Mrs. James Smith, at 185 men, received certificate for
'ttilt week tollowe,; by the Beetle, top the chart for the !leC, Beach. Mrs. Vera Nelson presIdent ceremony Memorial Day will be a "slngsplration." All Cadets from the VenA I Sandhurst Drive, are Mr. and completing the 30 hour claM
18 ond by Mary Well Ind "My Guy." The num. of the club, urges all In front of City Hall in the I members and friends of the ice Composite Squadron of the Mrs. A. A. Hejduck. The HeJ-' of unit training and pawing lbs
be.bit. ber three Ipot I II"held by The Dixie Cup with their riser members to pack their picnic North Port Charlotte Shopping church are urged to attend. Civil Air Patrol will be attend. I duck's are from Cleveland and written examination required.Mr. .
"Chapel Of Love. basket and Join In with the fun Center with a good crowd Everyone will furnish ing one or several of five encampments : Mrs. Hejduck U a sister of Tracy reports over 90 pe*.
iII'I, Bobby Rydell" following his big hit of a few month back In the sun' In the surf. gathered to commemorate the own table service. their beginning June 13 Mrs. Smith. cent of the residents of Venice
"Foriet Him has another toe-tapper "A World Without This will\ be the only meet day. After the service the WWI it Tyndall Air Force Bas for -0- East are members of the South
"'ui Love" 'In fourth place. Peter & Gordon also have a great ."r ing of the club during( the Auxiliary served coffee and -0- two weeks. I Mr. Edward M. Tracy, VenIce I Area Volunteer Fire Depart"
'bJIlit rangrment of this song month of June. Next meeting doughnuts.The The bridge group that plays The cadets will be flown up East's only regular fire. ment Inc.
Billy J. Kramer Dakota have a winner with scheduled for July 17. WWI veterans meet this each Wednesday afternoon helda ird back by an Air Force air man attached to the South Area --
' Children," making a jump from number 15 to number"Little i -0-. afternoon at 2 p.m at the Community surprise party luncheon last craft. Volunteer Fire Department, Mr. and Mrs. George G!}.
!011to Watch for a new dance craze called "The Zulu Stamp eight." Members of the Greater Center Rodman said! week out under the trees at Each encampment, a carefully has just finished the itinerant breath are entertaining Mrs.
1111 hlch cornea from the soon to be released adventure Pittsburgh Club held a basVet t Ihe barracks has just received the Community Center for their planned and supervised training I course given in this Gllbreath's slater\ and brother->
for "Zulu" movie 1 picnic on Memorial Day at the the barracks flag and the date friends and co-players, Mr. and program of activity, furnishes area. The course was given by in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell I;
New Addition: Elvis Presley I i. back in full awing recreation area of the Com. for the dedication will be arranged Mrs. Wynn Miller who are returning practical experience in many Mr. Allen Irwin, an instructor H. Parrls from Indianapolis.
1114 two great new additions, "Viva Las Vega," and with munity Center. Those attend at this meeting to Grove City, Pa., for phases of aviation. From rev- from the Florida State Fire The two sisters are just taking
ii. I Sav." "What'd ing had a wonderful time the summer They presented drills, athletics, Jet rides, and College in Ocala. The course it easy but Mr. Parris is
tr. The Java Man Al Hirt with his neweat, "Cotton swimming in the large pool, The Civic Association of them with a little purse as a be kept busy with a familiarization Included training in such subjects 'after the tarpon' and he and toll*
makes his mark in the number 14 slot Candy' playing games and also cards. North Port Charlotte had a golng-away gift Those attending program which Includes as tools, forcible entry., Mr. Gilbreath are fishing out K
111t The Bachelors mooning over "DIANE" and Nat Cole J. H. Bates president of the good turnout for the regular Mrs.the luncheon were Mr. and weather study, map reading extinguishers, adders, ventilation of Boca Grande. The record to Eg
"Th. King") with "I Don't Want To Be Hurt, Anymore," also club has returned from his meeting last Wednesday even. Mrs. J. A. Booher, Mr. and. first aid. aircraft maintenance, salvage and overhaul, date it two hooked, two lost,
visit buck home In MacGosham Mra.Violet rescue fire streams and pump
appears for the first time Pennsylvania Ing at the Community Center I navigation, training films
Pick Hit of the Week: Bobby Vinton, a and urIc all the membersto Rockwood Bullard of Casey Talbert. Mr.. William. drills, athletics, jet rides and operation. Mr. Tracy, along but hope reigns. ,.
youngrtcr who has niankrnbaker, Mrs. M. Eel..
' phenomenal success bringing back the oldies be prfsfit at the meeting Key, president of the Venice at least two fire drills along
'lilt.I Why." with "Tell Me tonight at 7:30: at the center Area Friends of the Library, ling Mrs. O'DonnclI Mrs. William with many other Hems Price Urges AgricultureTo
Nye, Mrs. William
" and bring your friends spoke to the group on the possibility Groom The senior from the Venice
and Mc.. I'
Anna Basom.0
110 This last Two W.eks on -0_ of a new library here In II Squadron who will be attending
" Week Week> Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List The North Port Woman's the near future. This would be III l 1st. Lt. John D DeBsIti I Demand Top PriorityState
1 ell Club will meet next Thursday a branch of the Venice Library. Mrs. Ethel Medley Freemont I squadron commander The cadets -
II afternoon, June 11, at 1 :30 p. During the course of business Street, was proud to receive will be Staff Sgt. Fred .
1 1 t "Love Me Do" Beatles .. ... ... 4 m. at the Community Center. plans were made for a word of her grandson, WilliamH. I Van Patten; Buck Wade; Waiter Senator Ed Price Jr., quently the industry is not getting
t 2 3 4 "My Guy" Mary Wells . .... 6 Mrs. Wilfred Lessard program picnic to be held at Warm Clone' Jr., who is one of the I Balsbiger, Diane Crawford, has called on Florida agricul. Us fair share of the tax
ill 3 6 "Chapel of Love" Dixie Cups .. 2 chairman. announced that Mrs. Mineral Springs all day Wed recipients of the Weymouth : David Girard, Donald Wern, ture to "pull up its socks, strapon dollar for the use of education. I
... 4 10 "A World Without Love" Irene Kenyon will speak on the nesday, June 10. Members of Kirkland Scholarship Award. I Rocco Albano, Steve Johnson, its armor, and make up It. al, research, and protective
.." Bobby Rydell/Peter & Gordon . 2 subject of ceramics and demo the Civic Association, upon The scholarships are made possible I Daryl Mattox, Jeff Truman mind that Florida agriculture ida's agencies that serve all of Flor.
III 5 12 13 "Love Me With All Your Heart" orMrate how they are mnde showing their membershipcard by a grant from the Robert and Mark Sttres. Is going to get top priority in agriculture.

Ray Charles Singers ..... . 3 Mrs. Evelyn Pal meter, president will be admitted for only R. McCormick Charitable I state appropriations" and not Price said that budgets are
8 2 1 "Do You Want to Know A Secret" of the club, urges all the 30 cents. Pack a picnic basket Trust and its trustees Execu. Several North Port Charlotte Just the leftovers. being prepared and planning

Beatles ... .. . . ... . 9 ladles to be present.0 and come on out and Join the tives of the Chicago Tribune residents are headed for the Senator Price made the remarks going on now for the 1965 session
''Ite> 7 13 14 "(Just Like) Romeo It Juliet" others for a day of frolic and William! will receive full law New York World' Fair. Evelyn at a banquet In Galnesville of the Florida Legislature
III World War I Veterans, District fun. Everyone welcome. school tuition In the coming Hennksen and Lillian honoring more than 200 ot "I'll guarantee you that when
! Reflections .. .. .... ... ... ... .. ,.. 4
8 15 17 "Little Children" 3, U.S.A., held their meet- After the meeting the group scholastic year, plus living expense Downs, both New Yorkers' left the state's leading growers par. the budgets are being preparedand ' "; Billy J. Kramer Dakotas .. 3 ing last Sunday afternoon In enjoyed the film on "Hawaii." allowance of up to $800 Friday morning, loaded down tlclpating! in Operation DARE, when the budget commission
9 11 U "It' Over" Venice. Twenty.three barracksare -0- for the year. He will graduatethis with luggage and looking for. the University of Florida's new is holding hearings the
Roy Orbison ...
10 It "Do You Love Me" 4 included in this district The First Presbyterian June from Layola University ward to a wonderful time In program to Develop Agricultural legislative liaison represents-
which extends from Wachula to Church of North Port Charlottewill and plans to enter Northwestern New York. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Resources Effectively lives lobbyists to you of
Dave Clark Five . . .. ... 2 -
11 T 7 "Hello Dolly" Louis Bonita Springs and east to Se. hold a covered dish supper University school of Carsten and Mr. and Mrs. Wil Price pointed out that agriculture all other industries and Inter.
Armstrong 14 June 5 Law in the fall. His Churchill is not an
bring. tomorrow evening, parents are fred also are plan. taking aggressive
H "Viva ," "
LM Vega Elvis Presley 1 New District Officers electedat at S p.m. at the Community Mr. and Mrs William Clune of nlng to see the fair before returning enough lead in competing ests are there with power,
13 19
\ "Walk On By" Dionne Warwick 2 the meeting were Bernard Center The Women of the Riverside, 111. to North Port for tax dollars, and that conse Price said .
14 "Cotton Candy" Al Hirt . 1 : --- .
Millican Fort Myers commander -- -
It 15 "Whafd I Say" Elvis Presley 1 Frcucis Rodman, ", '- -- ....... '-_-:: ] ---- '.", --- ;: r1 ---r--::;;' ---- -
't 18 17 19 "The Very Thought of You" North Port Charlotte, senior
.. Rick Nelson ... . . . .. 3 vice commander Arthur
17 18 18 "Wish\ Someone Would Care" ;
Well, Trailer Estates junior
Irma Thomas ... .. . . .. !5 vice commander William
;1I 18 20! "P. S. 1 Love You" Beatles ... 2 Schesert, Port Charlotte; fluar.termester ,;

19 "Diane" Bachelors . . ... 1 ; Walter Rankin,
" 20 "I Don't Want To Be Hurt Anymore"Nat Bradenton judge advocate; FORDVACATION

kI Cole ... ..... ... ....... ... 1KING'S Walter Smith, Englewood,
chaplain. Those elected at
trustees were Edgar Prout,
Port Charlotte, three years;
1 TABLEFOR Walter Jones, Palmetto, two
1 years and William Swarb, Se-
FINE FOODS bring, one year.
> Served Daily 6 cm. to 8 p.m. Other Veterans from North
I Served From 7 sin to 8 pm Port attending the meeting besides
Commander Rodmanwere
Paul Palmeter, Romeyn
from 40c Utley, Louis Schmelke and
William Garvey.
, Lunch Commander Rodman announced .

from 65c that a special memor. .
\ ial service was held May 24 at
! Dinner the Englewood Cemetery, in
I from 95c honor of P. B. Reeves, deceased
WWI veteran from this bar.
TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL racks. Approximately 30 vet-

2 Bloch N. of Venive Ave, Rt. 41 Ph. 483-6330 erans, friends and relativeswere E
in attendance at the cere-

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I Osprey Oracle r End Of School Not End Bridge Scores Nokomis Nettings-- I

RrMn RlBdlo. Mir II, 1NOKHI P...
By BETTY KAIFFMAN" 1- *. U V. Plllmwi and Mrrn.SrhamfrM By MARY ALICE MURRAY

,I n'j;, P. O. Box 332, Osprey, fit Phone %6.2675 Of Boy's DayDurrance"The .- Mr.:. R. N, Gould III*. u< "ra. J IN Phone 488.5139
..k>n, 71'4I .
," Dedication of the new Ospre; million Americans and handle. -Mr.. i. H. Morel >nd Col Vlnwti
I f Pout Office at 2 p.m. Saturda;yy over two-thirds of the world'. Diana, ,.. The Felix Dilllnghams had ,the water They come

baa been announced by Postmaster mail. Our 860.000 postal employees ', child went forth and all study room, rifle range, craft I Durrance also] pointed out I Mr.JlJAST-WJl'. Ma r TI Burnt sad "... ClMnorVlnerhluno Mrs.their son and wife, Mr and time. a year in anticipation aspen 01)
and their
Lynn Thames are handling about 671 that he encountered he became and hobby shops and shower that this definitely planned individual 1144I Jimmy Dillingham, retirement. They lop, *
The new facility i is part 01 f, billion pieces of mail a year ." quoted David Dun room. service and guidance Mn...R........O. 71"u.' ....., .nd Mm T II.KI'h. three children, Ricky, Roger here
the Post Office Department'i.I including over a billion par- rance, executive director of the The club Is open every after. program is effective because IMn. C. E. ".,.n.nt and M... Harry and Rhonda, of Mayfield, Ky., -0-
......... with them the holiday
lease construction program, cels. Boys Club of Manatee County noon and evening and the pro. it is a continuous one, carriedon I. .. ""'dl.. 7"R.Id. M." rd. ti II ,... over anda The John Foley
few weeks of vacation at their
the postmaster explained "In the Osprey area mail (Bradenton), in explaining why grams are varied to attract every day in a completely I MI.. Sarah P1p r and Mra J. I. daughter and
Under this program, said business ia decidedly on the his club was formed In 1943 by boys of different inclinations, Informal and friendly atmosphere Smith: r4. Mrs Palm and Pines Trailer Park left tie. this week granddaughter,
Thames, investment financing increase," the Postmaster noted the Kiwanls Club of Bradentonand and includes courses in photog. He also added the club W I.Mw.{'....I.. IT'Mnerb,. and The wonderful weather addsto We are to Wednesday.
i Sa used to obtain needed facili "For example 20 years ago other interested citizens. raphy, woodworking, and Is nonsectarian and is open to -I-M.. l.ir*. firalT and M... W ILTsIIrons the pleasure of all for the buttheywiUbeenJojin'C
ties which remain under revenue wan 1632.20 compared ITU G. beach swimming, etc. Time ';
private of
Durrance, guest speaker at cooking. boys seven to 20 years age Rrldn Hlmllo. Mar railsa ,.M. cottage at Ontario N Y ,
ownership, pay local taxes with $12,581.84 last year and Conking Popular It has a yearly budget of $03,- IMrram Srhondd and CoL .Ira passes too quickly will be back with and
last week's of the Venice
meeting ... by
to the community and are leas we are showing additional increase N I. Octob
Kiwanis Club, pointed out "Yes, strange as it may 000 and Is supported by the '-Mn. Jsm.ea.O.. Kal e and CaL Vlnrmt -0- er I.
ed to the federal government. today. Ten years ago we the end of school is seem," Durrance said, "cook- Brad nton Kiwanis Club and niion. I4. Mr and Mrs Howard Wolf -0-
At the time, he pointed had only about 100 box holders, a day not I-M... J.H. Mnrrl. sod Ia FoMn" U.
::def the end of a boy's day. "He ing is one of our most popular the Community Cheat and a /-Mrs Ruth errs,,. and Mra. LoutaUiwrll. have their sister and brother The Stewart Bairds are i
,j cut, the large outlays today we have over 400 and ,. also
still has time to waste courses He explained the few other gifts.In I. Ill In-law with them for a week or on their, way this week
or ... for
this have Wnnas'a Clan Miy tl, I the
of from the federal in new facility we
the quoted
cooking class was started be. closing speaker two Mr. and
time that can be used to develop Mrs Glenn Zer- yearly East Coast VIsit
treasury for construction purposes i enough extra boxes to take the attitudes and skills he cause the Boys' Club officialsfelt former President Her b e r t .RTH. R.-BOUTHMr. N. Krald and M.... J JN by of Canton Ohio They are Boynton Beach and the at
is eliminated I Like mootof care of the expected increasefor will need to meet the challengeof many of the boys were not Hoover, a director of the Boys ..lon. 11'?. staying at the Sea Grape Casey of Mrs Bairds' lister hom.
the new postal buildings go. a number of years Trulywe a fast moving age," he added getting the proper foods at Clubs of America, to which the -Col. Vlncont. TSMn. Dlvon. and MyronrVhnniMil Key, in order to be right on _way to Hartland, Maine on their
for the
ing up across the country the are looking out ,nton is affiliated assaying '._
home and if the boy knew how Brad< Club 1- ( r Harrhon and Mrs -
Osprey facility is leased to the postal needs of our community. to fix it himself he would be "Next to home church Jamra O Cats, es'4. :: ::: -
Pout Office Department ." "How he uses this time is the Clubs JlJAST.WFoI'T
nourished. and school Boys'
f fIn Important not to the more properly IW. C. Una and AI JoornMty Jr,
This gives the department only boy do with building
"Almost it ave more to
Rome flexibility in adapting its conjunction with the open- himself, but to his community balled into immediately a big-time course snow.," haracter, than any other organization I -1Mra. Rarrr I.......... and Mra J. CilPT4wE/T j
w. Klmb.ll .1 f'
building program to changes in ing of the new Osprey Post as well. he added I ." I- M... T. B RI.ha"JoI.4. .., :
mail volume, transportation Office, an early announcement Heroes Needed R. r Hntnn.Rrldn '.. Ivmll1l:11lU:
and population, Postmaster iI expected concerning the establishment "A boy needs heroes, not or. HKftta.. May II, I r.m. !t

Thames said of a rural-type delivery Iv like Roger Marls and Mick; 1_M.NORTH.BOtTTH.. claw rarlxm, and party
f f service in Osprey and Mantle, but local people! thaI VJHS Students May R.lmrr. 1 SHMra. .
The department is now concentrating environs. The petition requesting he can call by name. That 1 .C.mMn R.. Phillip. and Mra.. Pt4Olam Every step of the way on film!
on constructing new this service, signed by why we have nearly 125 part Fret Prld.m and Mn EmotyH.MIrr.
postal units only where they more than 200 heads of families time assistants! in addition to< : 55.
are most urgently needed In was presented this weekto the four full-time professional Take Summer Courses JlAlT-WF.: 1' THE IDEAL
-Mra. F. N. Mulhm and Mss Ruth GIIFT |
areas where it is practical to Thames for his approvaland counsellors to take care of the tmnr, 50 HMn. s$19.4t
do so, existing buildings are relaying to higher authorIty more than 400 boys who visit 1- Flaanor BrlanhlUn and 1 K

undergoing renovation. the club daily," he added. Venice Junior High School Mcintosh Student Center, 701 1.-Hill M...U May Banal and Xlaa Sarah
"The fact that Osprey has The writer understands that Many of these boys, he point students will have an opportunity S. McIntosh Road, Sarasota Plprr. As. '
been chosen for a new post Osprey has been eligible for ed out are underprivileged to attend Summer Academic Bus transportation will be fur. LIMn A. C. Hioktr.Oulnma O. R. .Co.wonl... and Mra b KODAK
office," Postmaster! Thames this type service for several children many from broken School again this summer nished for Venice area students of May S..... J
said "reflects credit on our years. Each subscriber will be homes, whose only male guidance through a program being with the bus leaving each Rot Ione a.01. PMwnl.nIw. _
growing contribution to the. obliged to erect an approved or companionship is gain.ed offered by the Sarasota Boardof morning from Venice Element- 2 Mlu H.Sarah Tomllnaon Piper.40..n.1ST. economy and life of the nation mail box in a designated place. at the clubDurrance Public Instruction arv School --Harry RHmrr. H ,7(14Mn .
." A large turnout is expected Registration fee will be $8 '- F N. Milh ni. 114.IWVrnlrr 8 MM MOVIE FUN-SAVCR CAMERA
explained that the $
I Meanwhile for the local at the dedication program club, situated at 1415 Ninth permit Purpose students of the to program strengthen is to which will include $3 for bus M.Tontrart. 50 fit Krlifira,...Club, with i filmINSTAMATIC. . . . . . . .

postal dedication, the Postmaster Residents and non-residents, 'Street, West, in Bradenton on their knowledge of subjects transportation The tuition fee I-R NORTH.nd f''TH M.. R. N. Owl' 5524.5Min S 1 01 "7 QC

announced that the following alike are cordially invited to seven acres of ground, has passed with low grades or to will be $15 for a seventh or Sarah Finnand Mra. iNpalon I. CAMERAS . . . . . 01 1.30 &up
are among the guests attend. See y'all then eighth grade subject and 55.1Mrs. |
four baseball diamonds with $25
continue in a subject at .
area JmtiM R Kal and CoL VI. Top Quality preceding COST NO MOREl
expected to attend: Congressman the most comprehensive base. an accelerated for a ninth grade subject rein{ tllen. a..
James A. Haley; R. L pace Students will ermitted EAMT.WJl'.lJ1'!
ball in be to
director of Local] program Florida as Summer school will also be and'must 1-111.. I. H. Mnrri .n" M,... VENICE
Thompson take
Predicts Vast well as a gymnasium, library one subject have Srh..n.ld, 75.5I.w .
Services Division of the Post beneficial to a student who has the approval of their school Coins and 'II'. Prior. MHI .
Office Department, Atlanta: failed to pass a subject during principals if they wish to takea -Mr.. |..,|. i. Unotl and III..
Ruth eaA
C. R Lynch, Postal Inspector. the regular school year, VJHS subject for credit.Registration --Hernia- --- 'i"CAMERA "
Tampa, and several state and Produce OutputGAINESVILLE Fire Prevention principal Guy Rose said will be June 17, recent run by collectors on Only Factory Authorized Kodak
county officials 'i Courses to be offered at the 18 and 19 at the Mcintosh Stu- silver dollars has cleaned out Dealer in The Area i
Junior high level will be Eng dent Center and first classes !the Treasury Department's 1 "AT THE SIGN OF THE FLASHING
"Our patrons will derive : Florida's fish mathematics, science, will meet June 22. supply of "cartwheels" except I CAMERA" r
mere enjoyment from doing 1 vegetable industry will be a Grcup Pledges !typing and home economics Registration applications are for a reserve of some three 32J W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488 2421
business here, their mail will $1303.COO.000 business by 1975 All classes will meet at the available! in all school offices million I -
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be handled more efficientlyand I a i 134000.000 InnoTse over
this building and its uPI I 560" income a Um\prsit\ of Renewed EffortThe
to-date equipment will enableour I florida agricultural economist,

postal employee. to work I predicted today .- -
under the best of conditions," Dr Donald L. Brooks predicted Sarasota County Fire
the Postmaster commented"The c the major Increases will Prevention Committee has an
new facility." he added. c come in tomatoes green beans nounced it will continue to
"will be a link with the postal c:celery, watermelons, sweet press action against wild woods
system that today has over orn,; Irish potatoes, lettuce fires In Sarasota County duringthe
45,000 postal Installations. This ind I escarole. Total productionf coming year.
system serves more than 180 ,) tomatoes is expected to in. The committee, including
rease by 81 per cent; cabbage George Higel of Venice, chair
I Ii i2 per cent in volume: sweet man; B T. Longino Jr., L. H.
:orn, 43 per cent; Irish potatoes (Buck) Hawkins and James
27 per cent; celery, 25per Neville of Sarasota; W. Jasper 14
:OOOD BUY cent and watermelons, 24 Crowley of Myakka City; and y L
i it per> cent. The total volume of Frank Blackburn of Venice. .,... l .l lw ,,,,,
ell I other vegetables 1 Is estimated They represent a cross sectionof
t to Increase by 18 cent. various organizations and interests .

STAll iAAMriven. stimates Brooke to presented more than per his 200 1971 of The committee in the county.decided to Quick Pick I, a Chevrolet and fill in the spaces

) & : he: state's leading vegetable continue the program of placements

INSURANCI. I I producers II of commodity to at develop the third meetings agricultural in a deigned sense .- coun'y of land black posters During and yellow throughoutthe the protected last ;Now's the time to see the great outdoors in a great Chevrolet buy !

:resources effectively In Flor season the committee was responsible
'GOOD GUY i da. Dr. E. T. York, Jr. pro- for the placement of Here you are on the brink of vacation" time. There' Chevrolet" array" of extra-cost options

oM t for agriculture et the University :. over 120 of these posters The your Chevrolet dealer in the midst of Trade 'N' Travel Plain Impalas are anything but. They come in aU
out the land Is
and is coordinating of Florida, and originate direct- posters protected and that the land Time. You two should get together! Object-celebrating popular body styles, including wagons. They're dressed

\X this program known a. owner does not want the landto the Joys of summer in a new Chevrolet. up to a fare-thee-well; fully carpeted interiors included.

Operation DARE" a blue. be burned indiscriminatelyby Why a Chevrolet? Well, with 15 models in four series, Bel Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced Chevrolet,

'aa.u, ,. print for Florida's multi-billion a wild fire. is there look further TRADE 'H' TRAVEL make of it. AU
dollar agricultural industry for The committee decided to what possible reason a practice hiding the conveniences, no

!f. I t hO next 10 years. take an active part in tryingto Take the Impala Super Sport (and a lot of people do TIME sacrificing comfort or style.

flrooke sold th"t Florida wile get ads additional in fire local prevention newspapers -. just that). Comes as a Sport Coupe or Convertible. Has Did we mention that Trade "N Travel Time wont

1 TOR AUTO LIFE I FIRE INSURANCE; t,he producing national 12.3 consumption per cent of of as placed a constant reminderto trimmings like front bucket seats, center console, special last forever It won't So see your Chevrolet dealer.Then

1 vegetables as compared to the the county citizens! that uncontrolled trim-all as standard equipment And offers a typically roil ran CKAT HIGHWAY puFORMUi go fill in the spaces.
Hugh G. McPherson a 6 per cent produced in 1960 wildfire has no partin

This: will require a 21 per cent good land management
253 S. Tamtam) Trill ii icrease in land use a 35 pent Sarasota County Ranger
Increase In tonnage! of Philip McLeod of the Florida
Ph. 483-6567 j rtihzer materials, and 82 per forest Service told the group I

sited r ent increase in quantity of that fires had decreased to
nearly one-third of last year'stotal
icmlol pesticides, harvest-
STATE FARM for this area. McLeod told
ig, and processing 47 per cent
Insurant CompanieiHem the committee a lot of good
lore vegetable tonnage by
OH'c..i Bloomington, Illlneli 1 175II newspaper publicity, protected

and. poster program, control
burning program, confined
burning assistance, and interest -
by the local citizens, along I
with weather conditions, had Chtorold Impala CotuerflWe

helped a great deal in this re-

r duction. waFChevrofel--
Money ahead Sarasota County Farm For-
f ister E. T. Carnes told the

committee: people are buying
rees for many reasons other
forest planting here In the .
; with this PAY-AS-YOU-GO than These reasons range _M. .' ..J I\\ "__ -.. .-... -
county. ,4Ii-r _' .
I,' : checking account rom windbreaks to aesthetic : .: ...:, ,
( I ; value. The forester said the
1 / Florida Forest Service Is producing -
a number of trees suitable -
for this area that are fast!
fit the needs of
I waa _10 many growing[ people As an example, Impala Sporf Cospeiii

he pointed out the four species
of. Eucalyptus and the Indian
Rosewood as being fast grow.
ers> suitable to this area.

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