Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00205
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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 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: UF00079934:00205
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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StudentsIHonored GrantsTo

Despite threatening skies and
4i Intermittent showers all day) Six
Friday, the 35th annual com. !
mencement exercises of the
Venice High School went on as:
Venice Junior High School scheduled at the high school l e 1e Six teachers from Venice
closed its doors Friday with an stadium. Not until 7 o'clock, Junior High School will be
awards assembly to recognize when officials were reasonably spending their summer months
outstanding students in several assured that the rains were In the classrooms as usual but
deoartments of the school. over, was the decision made to 1ee "Rfh as students rather than teach I I r

.. .. Top honors went to Patty hold the diploma awarding out ers.
'''--' -___ .... Johnson and Eugene TrcfethenGS side. Hope for a brighter fu. Mrs. Marcia Walker will
[ t WLE: EXPOSURE: Judges at the Miss Florida Pageant the outstanding ninth grade ture in a better world and the spend her summer at Roswell
i d be 10 lucky. They'll set to see the real Lois Ann White students selected by the junior expression of heartfelt thank. Park Memorial Institute in
i tr. when the local lovely competes for the Miss Flor. high faculty. The awards were to all those who made the occasion Buffalo, N Y. Roswell is the
crown June 21-27 at the Sarasota Municipal Auditorium. presented by Donald Self, sup possible were the -a..' largest cancer research centerIn !
ervisor of secondary education themes of the two principal ad- +gb+ the world and Mrs. Walker
for Sarasota County. dresses. will be studying under a Nat-

Venice Beauty Citizenship awards were presented The record class of 156 seniors [ ss'>flGondotie ional Science Foundation re-
by VJHS Principal Guy marched in to the stirring search grant.
Rose to Richard Austin In the strains of Elgar's] "Pomp and The VJHS science teacher
seventh grade, Sheila Doody In Circumstance" and were seat spent the summer of 1963 on a
Miss Florida the eighth grade and Donna ed before a record crowd of similar research grant at the
Ross in the ninth grade. Other parents and friends. The area a University of California. She E
awards, presented by the re- reserved for the graduates was' received her bachelor of science
(Continued on Page 2) decorated with palms and other degree from Penn State
greenery and bouquets of and her M.A. from Allegheny
Pageant Entry gold and white flowers the colors College.
I selected by the Class of Mrs. Walker taught at Watts.
1964. burg Area High School in

v perfecting! her talent winner, Esther Harden relinquished The ceremonies opened with photo t>r ....... Muto, Wattsburg, Pa., before comingto
i I 5 Mi-, Florida Pageant, the title to take a job an invocation by the Rev. Victor I Venice Junior High School
st two week away, laI at the World's Fair. Maurice, pastor of the Venice ] RECURRING THEME in the principal ader future in a better world and the expres- three years ago as a science
I >>e area' entry in thee The hazel-eyed Miss Venice Assembly of God Church.A dresses at the 35th annual commencement sion of heartfelt thanks to all those who teacher.
a welcoming address then I evemade the occasion possible Lenox Reid also will' be
1 beauty and talent titleholder is a 1962 graduate of tl was exercises of Venice High School Friday
< '.I>is Arm White. Venice High School and attended given bv Bruce Byrd, president ning was emphasis on the hope for a bright- studying in New' York state on
i o will perform an In.t..r Manatee Junior College last of the student council. X- 5f a scholarship from the National
The Venice High School Glee Defense Education Act. HiS
baton twirling dance year. The statuesque local Club, under the direction of Miss Matherne pointed out the value of ourselves as an in ment, a bright world exceptfor scholarship will be with the 1
j< for her talent, will be beauty stands five feet, six Inches 'r the present spread of Communism
w Harold Fultz sang two selections ] I. that for twelve years the graduates dividual. Guidance and Counseling
for the Miss Florida tall and weighs 120 "
conclusion the wom- and added, "well upon
"Venice I Now Must had gone to school, In young Training Institute at Syracuse
n ''id. some $10.000 in pounds. She has light auburn Leave Thee" by Heinrich Issac I "twelve years we all thoughtcouldn't an with the second highest second thought, I'd better University, an advanced institute
1 "' a and assorted priz- hair. fast but," scholastic standing in the classof make that two reservations
rind> Waring's arrangement of go enough, requiring 22 hours of graduate
.acting a new 1964 auto- Lois will be competing with "You'll Never Walk Alone." I she added, we wonder to ourselves '64 said, "We students of the the world is bright and cheerful work before being accept
some 30 other winners of local SalutatoryMiss "Where did the time go senior class are about to takea except for the spread of
.'.r.nrr of the Ms! Florida contests from communities .i Nancy Matherne then to? It only seems like yester- big step. Let's hope that we Communism and the 'few' ed.The institute will be directedby
"t to be staged June 21- throughout Florida. Like Venice *,. presented her salutatory address day that I was that scared will take it with our eyes open, scattered social and economic Dr. W. J. Dipboye who con
'S ",50ta' Municipal Au- the othel communities also :. : which she opened by ex- sophomore, bravely challenging our minds clear and our hearts prejudices which are creating ducted the Sarasota County
;" '1WIU represent the conduct local contests throughout fl"tN': :.! W';, pressing her feeling of honorat high school life." filled with ambition." hatred and tension among guidance service survey in
'ne State in the Miss the year under strict Miss being salutatorian. The Looking Ahead Valedictory many peoples and nations of connection with the recent
Pageant at Atlantic Florida and Miss America young woman from Englewood Next, the salutatorian touched Robert Harrison, the top stu. the world." "Anderson Report."
.n 1''. itcmber, Pageant rules. More than 475 I. FATTY JOHNSON .1.1I thanked her parents for their on the problems ahead the dent in the class began his val- Then young Harrison broughtup Reid is a graduate of East
( IS \far-old local Miss girls compete in the 30-odd loml encouragement: and help, her hundreds of bridges to be idictory address by pointingout a third reservation, "the Stroudsburg Pa., Teachers
poful is the d nrghM paceants, records in the .. teachers "who have taught me crossed and the indefinite num- that this was not Just another millions of people that live in College and has done graduate
Miry: L While of Miss Florida Pageant offices ; so much," and her friends who ber 'of decisions to be made. ceremony, another graduation underdeveloped underprivileged work at Appalachian State Col.
: ''la Rd., Venice. She show. I 1 1i had made school life more en- She stated "the world lies for the seniors, but a and primitive societies." In lege in Boone N. C. He hat
r A runner-up in the Miss Gone are the days when the 1j joyable.She before us at this time like very memorable experience. retrospect, the speaker won- been a classroom teacher and
I" >ntcst last Julv 4 and contestants could simply be j then discussed the mixed school lay before us when we He emphasized that the commencement dered aloud if the world Is Is presentlv Guidance Counselor -
''il the crown when the (Continued on pi ge 2> feeling which the night held for started the first grade those 12 marked an accomplishment really so bright and cheerful at the Venice Junior High.
the graduates, pointing out that years ago. But now we have a for the parents and after all.Next Robert Hodson, another science .'
i ; while the night so many had much bigger advantage! than relatives as well as for the the valedictorian remarked teacher at Venice Junior
looked forward to for so long we did ot that time for we graduates, and then discussedthe that in 1944, during High will be attending the Uni.!
tptimi5ft5 To Install was here "we are both happy have what Is called Knowledge. future for them which included WWII, the graduation speecheswere venally of the South at Sewanee .
I II' and sad for this marks the end And" Miss Matherne continuer he said, higher educa- surely marked with a Tenn., where he will' I. ,
of our high school years; but "when I say knowledge I tion, work or service in the hope for a brighter future and complete work on his master' ,
we know that the end only don't only mean the kind of armed forces. and he emphasezed "it is clear degree in science with a biol-
for learning/ that we have gotten The serious mindness of to today that the various classesof ogv major.
means the beginning us
V rd Wri bt Pryird the beginning of a new type of from school books but also the day's youth can be attested to the 1940's did "not let the Hodson is a former B-2S pilot
his statement "Never class of 1964 down. He stressed II and
life which Is going to require way we have learned to get by next during World War a
hard work, vitality, along with other people, to theless, we will all go out into that the scientific and tech graduate of the University of
make friends, to show and the bright and cheerful world, nological advances developedby Florida. He has 11 years of
Wright will be Installed I tory, and Jack Knuckles ser- and patience If we ever expectto make the graduates of the 1940's
make anything worthwhile earn respect, to strive and or maybe I had better teaching experience, all in the
| ,dent of the Optimist Club! geant-at-arms.directors will be ,4 aEUGENE of ourselves." work for a goal and to realize one reservation to that state- (Continued on Page 2) Venice Schools. His plans are
I Roberts Bay at 7 o'clock! Two-year Bob to continue research in biologytoward
Dick Rich, Robert his doctoral degree.

'nuel,!It at Fisherman's Roy and Wilburn Wharf.'! Pond Manual and Chuck Roy has Morgan address arrangedfor the Water Use Rises; School Time For Adults Mrs.Instructor Alice Raudenbush at Venice, Jun.language

1y will be Installed vice 1 a hypnotist to lor High, also will be studying

,I dents, John Bernzott I members and their wives following Registration for adult summer tion call the school 958-1332 or I tional Information for Laurel (Continued on Page 1))
-surer, Mark Farley lecre- the Installation. TUEFETIIEN Customers AddedWater I visit the school office at 1001 I and Englewood classes: call
I classes will begin tomor- S. Washington Blvd. For add | Venice 488-4760. *
row at 7.00 p.m. in the roomsat ,
consumption In the the Sarasota High School.
City of Venice continues to rise
with a total of 18,834,000 gallons The Sarasota Community
pumped in May as com School will offer classes in

pared to 17,671.000 in April-again General Clothing, Bishop Method .
p m
7 } of 1,163,000 gallons.In Clothing, Bookkeeping,
making this report to the Shorthand Typing and Upholstery -
I : zT : ( Venice Water Board at its ,
monthly meeting Thursday i Classes will register
r night Superintendent John So- the classrooms of Sarasota

bosky called attention to the High but will move to the air
fact the number of users are conditioned McIntosh Student
with 14 new cus.
I also mounting
week. Students -
tomers being added to the list Center the '
in May. wishing to take classesIn +f 1
clothing construction may
He also reported that workon
the new water treatment do so from 12:30: to 3:30: p.m.

plant is progressing satisfactorily or 7:00: to 10:00: p.m.
with a large part of the For persons living in the
automatic handling machinery Laurel Venice and Englewood
already in place, but of course communities the Laurel Center

not operating. will be used and classes in X r,
General Clothing, Upholstery,
Slipcover and Draperies will
be offered. Clothing will meeton .f f de
I Free ClassifiedAds i Tuesday and Thursday
morning, and Slipcover and
for StudentsThe Draperies on Tuesday and
I Thursday evenings. Upholstrv

_.- GONDOLIER will carry I -Englewood on Tuesday and
free classlfir' ads I In Its Thursday evenings and in
Doody eighth grade and Donna Ross, ninth I I Laurel Monday and Wed-
|: the Venice Junior next three Issues for high on .
riZENSHIP at presentedthe --- --- ---
AWARDS Principal Guy Rose
VJHS will
wentRichard grade. school students seeking sum nesday evenings. Students
I Friday
!h School awards assembly awards. II in the classrooms.The Alice Rauden-
1 _seventh_ grade; Sheila mer employment. register TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP winners at Venice er, Mrs. Nancy Smith, Mr*
Austin drive in the Write out ad and registration fee for each bush Lenox Reid Robert Hodson and Guy
buttermilk Take a test your School who will spend the summer ,
BETTY CROCKER size,5, FRISKY CHEVELLE at Dun- I bring It to the paper. No I class Is $3.00 with the student High furthering their education under Bennett;,,
e the versatile DODGE biscuits, regular furnishing all books and materials months
first of I can Chevrolet U. S. 41 and phoned ads can be accepted. Incude{ Mr. Marcia Walk.
YS at Wolfer Motors 91S cents ran, one lFublix: 111 V.n- Englewood Road. For additional inJojma. ichvlM bJp grand i
:aiarnj[ Trail i week


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I eye (Continued from Page 1) MONDAY JUNE 8 12:07: a.m, 4:18: a.m. MONDAY, JUNE 8 938 s. Lc
10:40: a.m, e:2: p.m .111:31: ,

have thrust us into the new TUESDAY, JUNE 8 1:42: a.m 4:33: a.m, TUESDAY, JUNE 8 12-; .11\, 1:41):

: By Asolo PlayersStill frontier of space" But, he continued 11:15: a.m. 7:17: p.m. 10'13 11\, :: s

"brutalities, prejudices, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10 11184:_a.m. 8:08_: p.m WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1002; I1h 1:3f: P
malice and hatred still exist" )
more details on the from Brown University and his An Interesting point Harrison THURSDAY, JUNE 11 12:36: p.m 8:01: p.m THURSDAY, JUNE 11 11---:: ,
"live" performance here of masters from Columbia While brought up is that "the ClaM a,111:31):>

scene from "The Taming of serving in the U. S Army in of 1964 la just not the local students
the Shrew" bv members of the England he directed plays and but a record 2,280000,
1964 Asolo Theatre Comedy studied and acted at the Old graduates from the United NPC Trinity InstallationNew
Festival company, were announced Vic, in London. a States alone. He remarkedthat
today by Mrs GeneL. This is the fifth season for !' collectively, the class of i ---a.
Green of Venice who Is the Asolo Theatre Comedy Fes. 4 1964 has high goals and ambitions members of the official Mrs. Nass, Frank Hess and and Mrs. Fidler
chairman for arrangementswith tival at the John and Mable r to attain. He caution. board of the Trinity Methodist Mrs. Hess, George Deeds, Edward Orr is chaIrman
Mrs. Clyde Lasbury of Englewood Rmgling Museum There will sl.S ed those listening to remember Church of North Port Charlotte Wygant and Mrs. Wyg- and serving With of ro.....
be performances daily, July t that there is always one more were installed at services Sun. ant.More rte. Houck WiUett hinlare C\ft\
Mrs Green said that the through August 29. discovery to make, a thousand day a week ago The officers officers include James Hale Dukesh1re, I\d\ }.
would be presented performance Discussing the festival Fal- hidden questions which are discovered will serve for one year through Chaney, lay leader; Mrs Ir- Claude Keen Fred Alben Ge

next Thursday evening June Ion stated, "We are expandingour upon the uncovering of June 1, ID6S.Principal win Reeves chairman membership Albert Rhoden Scott 11'
18, at the Gulf Theatre ,It will organizational and promotional one concrete fact. Going backto officers are the ; Mrs. Harold Fidler, members! of Ortg Ez-ol!!,
be open to the public and there activity to make this the the Claw of 1944, he said pastor the Rev. Alva A. Sold. Education; Mrs Arthur Brigham ere Chancy
: I that the clans of 20 nerj: Arthur Dorsey, chairman Missions Robert Orr Jr. Dor1lt7, Gill
will \be: no charge! The show is top state attraction in Fl "idrf years ago ; ; Mrs. Chaney, Idea k!!!
scheduled: to begin at 8:30 In the future WP would likr Ie I S did not let the current graduates Arthur Brigham: vi'e-chair finance; Mrs. Ernest Hallen, Mrs Carroll HeJe a"
down that thos! seniors, man Homer Houck, recording Christian Social Concert
1: see the Asolo Theatre 4' "ar : : Mrs Mrs Hallen Is
tf, Taking part will be Polly noted as the tat:, theater in I strove for a better world and secretary, and stewards, Hubert Frank Carroll, worship; Claude Christian social chayne.
: Ilolliday, Albert Smelko Paul Florida. We have an mi;> ,ml, ': advanced It in a positive direc Fox. Clarence Hale, Carl Kean, lay member to conference her members coixc a
Weidner, and Grant Kilpatrick Ernest Mrs James Glasgow, William inC'lude Mra
and unique opportunity) to build lion.He ; Dukeshlre reserve lie Funk Mrs. g
all members of last j'ear's a summer festival second to I 4 4i then called upon his fellow Mrs. Michael Gellner, Mrs. member to conference; Mrs. John PeteCe1n t

company which enjoyed great none In the world here at the I students to provide the James Mitchell Mrs. Florence! James Mitchell, district steward flclo member CaughmtR tr.
success at the Sarasota thee Asolo Theatre in Sarasota" class of 1984 with the same Shtdler, George Guthrie and ; Joseph Willett reserve Mr Willett are ChaIIIJ 11>
tre.The advanced benefits that his class Mrs. Guthrie, Ervin Ness and district steward; Mrs. Robert
director of the Asolo I received, and urged that they Orr Jr., president of the Worn -
Summer Theatre is Richard G. Kanetsky Slated not let them down, and let the en's Society of Christian Service
Fallen, associate director of world become a terrible place ; James Glasgow, church

theatre at Florida State University For without love, loyalities or hope. (Continued from Page 1)) treasurer; Mr. Orr assistant E,
Bar OathMurr.y ,
Fallen, who has an im. i Young Harrison said he felt beautiful and win by having anhourglass treasurer; Mrs. James Chan.ev TEZJE

pressive background in theatre! sure the class would not let figure and pretty financial secretary; Mrs. Mrs Jeanette E.
has served at FSU for four Kanetsky an associate SPECIAL AWARD from the Laurel chapter of the Order of anyone down and in conclusion face. Requirements and a rules Clarence Hale assistant financial Crystal Ave., South TUber, s,
years. He was previously dixersity of the law firm of Boone, Eastern Star went to Patrlc i A. Lanier first student of quoted the class motto "Our nowadays are strict. Contestants secretary; Kenneth died Wednesday at year,:
terror of tt, str..t. the Unl. Hazen and I'phordmg. has her race to graduate from Venice High School. The $30 cash objects; all sublime, we shall must be high school graduates Gibbs, building fund treasurerand Hospital the yey

of M rylnd' d- man. qualified for admission to the award was presented at the Venice High School Awards I achieve in time" and he reIterated and college oriented Mrs Frank Carrell, assistant A native of New York .
aging director at the Jacksonville Florida Bar and will be sworn Night assembly last Monday. "We will achieve in either attending college, have building fund tre..urer.I I Mrs. Tezber cams d!:I'
in hen
Little Theatre. He has on Friday during ceremoniesin time.. Trustees and the and t
attended or hope to attend. year their one-half years
I served three terms as president Lakeland, The crowning moment carne Each of the 475 girls must term will end are: Ernest Hal N. Y ago ,IIPeekskill "\)

of the Florida Theatre Kanetsky is married and has I when Principal John E. Davis also have talent and learn to len, 1968; Chaney, chairman. She was a member
Conference. one daughter Keri who is 14 V JHS AwardsContinued presented the seniors to Ronald oft t
I' excell in it, whether it be vocal 1986; Gibbs 1966; Houck, 1966 Epiphany Catholic ChurA
He received ._s B,A. degree months old. The Kanetskys are Brit ton, member of the dramatic, acrobatic Inv and Orr, 1967. Survivors Include heTk
.. __ __ making their home at 380 Sarasota County School Board Mrs. Is k b"
.V ( from Page 1)) zar, Richard Blizzard and Mike strumentai or whatever Reeves chairman of band Joseph Tezber rf \.,,
Briarwood Rd., Venice Gardens Gerack for meeting the prescribed who gave them their diplomas. Miss Florida Pageant officials membership and evangelism Ice, a daughter, Mn. Pan;
spective teachers follow: Following the benediction by I and members of her committeeare Rlehl. of
MORE PEOPLE ARE: requirements for three say that superior contestants Venice two ,
I Kanetsky served for two Miss Anne McDowell art instructor consecutive years. the Rev. John Louis Jones, are attracted by the scholarships ; i Mrs. Carrell, Mrs T. G. Joseph Steven U. S. M 10',,

years with the United States presented awards to Brown then pastor of the Venice-NokomU money, trips, ward. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs Hale. Alaska and Robert. J ,
: presented tro- amt
SIBSCRIBING TO AND Army, and was discharged on two students who won prizes phy to a Methodist Church, the graduates robes and other assorted priz Mrs. Gertrude Walker Mr. and Venice: her father, Ate i.'
Guy Bennett and the
June 5, 1963. He received his for posters they made for the left the field to Warren's es. But the Mrs. Houck Mrs Carrie BaudDonnell H. Davidson of New
READING THEGONDOLIER BA degree from Brooklyn College poppy sale sponsored by NoVel 1983-84 golf team for winningthe march, "God of Our Father" contestant Is average more interested pageant .. u.' _.A 'u._' U..I' __ LwL.w... .._., .,. a_ _me_ I_ Yorkn Devld t
in 1937; his BEI from the American Legion Auxiliary Sarasota Golf County Junior The high school band was in the scholarship than in the ; "M;. and Mrs. George Peek k1l1, and Robert De
High School
University of Florida in 1961 Rusty Arquette receivedan ship Champion. under! the direction of John A. other Inducements.At Woods Mrs. George Scott, son, Oakdale L. I., N. Y. <'
and his LLB from that came award of three dollars and Sleasman. I least six, and maybe Mrs June Sears, Mr. and Mrs. one sister Mrs MI-MI
school in 1963. Lynn Ehleri two dollars, Science Awards more, of the local pageants Kenneth Beeher, George Guth- Steckel, Allentown, Pa
Physical Fitness Robert Hodson presented Syd Harris wrote this; award their winners $500 scholarships erie Mr. and Mrs James Mitchell Members o fthe Vetenm!

Girls'] physical fitness awards awards to outstanding science 'Smoking' a filtered and men- Ml!.s Florida, throughthe Mr and Mrs Cyrus Fen. Foreign Wars Auxiliary CI
students tholated cigaret Is, in my view ton Mr. and Mrs Harold Fid- ducted
were presented by Miss Lorraine Randy Bemius and state Pepsl.Cola bottlers a service Friday II
1 Johnson to girls who Richard Austin received gold about as satisfactory as caressing comes up with a $2.500 scholarship ler, Mr. and Mrs. William ring at 7 o'clock. follovnd ki<

+nvi scored in the top 20 per cent pins as the outstanding 7th a girl with your gloves on. which Is divided among Dukeshire, Mr and Mrs. Ever. recitation of the Ronaryit!;

of the national fitness grade science student Certificates the top winners ett Redding end Mrs. Chaney. both at the Farley fine:
f Winners were Lynn program of Honor In science wentto Officials of this year's page Ex-officlo members are Chan Home.
Pfeiffer, Cheryl Frysinser. Ben Steele and Kirk Tlsch. LOST ant the ninth held at Sam- ey and Mrs Guthrie. A requlum Mass WH tel

Kim Burt, Linda Taylor, Car. ler, and Cherl Smith received Iota are attempting to finance Mrs. Fidler Is chairman of brated Saturdav morning it
I Huston Karen a letter of appreciation.The the event through the education and her workers In. o'clock at the Epiphany Ctti
my Atwater
';" 3 n Dona Bredmg, Linda Harris, eighth grade gold pin All white mile et lest sale of patron memberships elude Mrs Woods, Mrs. Hal- lie Church with the Rev. it

a Susy Capasso. Shirley Curry awards for outstanding science seen near Municipal Trailer Instead of obtaining funds from len, Margaret Scharlan Joyce todemo Rodriquez ofticiia
commercial Each Davidson, Mrs. Virgil Johnson Interment in
8 Cynthia Balam Judy Bodaeer, students were awarded to sources patron was the 0
having receives two tickets for and Wendell Kenyon. ChaneyIs Pines Memorial Park.
Barbara Droblsch, Dobbie!! HtnIbv Pierce Elchelberger and Har- Park. Anyone any
Betsy Huston Betty Walton vey Rohlwing while Certificates each performance of the pag an ex-officlo member.
information cant Mrs. Brigham Is chairmanfor Demand for :,"
veneer qui
of Honor
Breeder!! Cheroljn were presentedto
I Seeley and Patty Johnson Ronny Jones J. B. Kulakowskl PHONE 488-1743 Anyone may become a patron missions and assisting her black walnut has grown MM;

,I Carmv Huston, Linda Taylor Mike Rich and Paul according to Pageant are Mrs Orr. Mrs Mitchell, Idly that manufacturers i:'
and Shirley Currv also received Pfeuffer 942 Cocknll St Chairman T. Dean Palmer, by Mrs. August Niestoeckel! Mrs. using/ it at twice the torn,
4i r.t8 contacting the pageant officesat Russell Carey end Mrs. Houck rate of 17 million board M .
an additional award for Gene Trefethen received the I I
Lido Casino Ex-officlo members are Chancy year.
meeting the above standardsfor gold medal
three vears grade as science the outstandingninth student ....._11 rm-u ...... & _. ... .---- ..:;;... aatueail

Physical fitness awards for and honor certificates were

boys were presented by Dick uresented to Morton Chiles,
Brown to Peter Pfeuffer Leslie Latrelle Griffin Patty Johnson t ,
Thompson Mike I Stirling, and Jim Park.

James Stark, Joe Smith, Robert Miss Ann Hunt presented the t DOWNTOWN
Llebach, Mike; Berack Junior Homemaker Degree In
Ron Tackman, Tom Augustine the Future Homemakers of

J", f Richard Blizzard, Dale America to the following girls:

;' Brown Duane Curry, Steve Lana Breeden Connie Burt, kJT'e
Dalton Jeff Elliott Jerry Gibson Elaine Ellis Laura Fann r

Joedr Klimas, Larry Carol Frysinger Cheryl Fry. VENICE
Lcmonde, Ernie Luzar at Pat singer, Cynthia Henne, Willene e' ,

: McDonald, Emerson Moore, Hendrix: Marie Hicks, Girtha .
.1' Don Rezek, Steve Schepp, Shaw Janie Tamer, Anne '
(' James Sam, Wayne Fox, Tharp, Susie White and Cathy I
j ) rjt iW4 David Erb, Arthur Davis, Wilson. ? First & Finest Shopping Areaif.1
r Ward Curry, Jim C1eme>nts, Journalism medals were presented "1.
: James Burdine, Mike Bradley bv Mrs Irva Maddoxto
Jay Taylor Lvnn Taylor. Paul
the following NewspaperClub !
I II 4/ Theen, Don Willie Larry Wol. members: Carm Huston DAZZLING SPARKLING .
If 3 fer Pete Gurda, Steve Duna- editor and Sandy Badger, Dorothy

f ; way, Kirk Tlschler Mark Blades, Charlotte Carter. T BARGAINS VALUES!
Koenig, Peter :
Pfeiffer and Gerry Conley, Scott EKglefield, ,; .
j ', Richard Pfeuffer. DIanne Harriman Will I l 1 e vie Q

1: -) Special to Duane awards Curry were, Ernie presented Lu-. Sphll Hendrix B.., Linda Cindy Shank.Henne, Hl Lacy,, ........... lJaJ n 1 1 _._ ...- ..... ......... ._.. -,> nasiralraasogeA

jl f
I Janie Tamer, Anne
I a SCHOLARSHIPSContinued Tharp, Shirt ar e
With the purchase Sport you
Mark Ward Susie White and SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY any
': Cathy Wilson I buy one or more" pair of
:1 ( from
Page 1)) 22.50-
Perfect Attendance BIG 17 oz. Can . . . . . 99c SANABELT SLACKS. For only $ 11.45Reg.
under a National Defense Edu 488.162

Everything cation award. She will participate Charles Hodges presented 231 W, Venice Ave. 488-6776 Medical Center Bldg. 22S W. Venice Av.
In a French Language Institute r
perfect attendance certificatesto -
I to t at Women's College of 43 junior high students. VENC--;
V go Georgia. Seventh graders to receivethis MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY

A graduate of University of award were Larry Bond, Ring Diamond Stone Set Rmei
smoother Miami, Mrs Raudenbush has Kim Burt, Forest Church, Mike AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI I I'L Watches-- Silverware Jewelry
J token additional courses at Si li All Makes
Dupon George Dabbert. War. Service tu Supplies We Repair Repair
Watch and Jeweler
't,1.7 Temple University and Ogle-
i when ren Foes Sharon Howell Bill Stuart Merrick, Owner 488.3119
; !J thorpe Uni\' rsity. Before comIng Hurt, Dan Lyons: Ron Sherman 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 Venice Ave __
I 11 to Venice two years ago, and Ricky Walker __ _fL-Tl- ----..._ r _
!j :\ you have ; she taught at Lakenheath Air In the eighth grade, awards TROPICAL DRIVMN
i 1 Force High School in Laken. went to Gerald Brubaker, Diane TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. .
heath, England Cutler Judy Godfrey. John rase .nI T_...... NDRRITRR TI'M f M far
I' ] : : M: FINANCIALSECURITY Guy Bennett la a holder pf a Halback Billy Johnson Donald "TRI.s.sT wAx"B1 "I -i;rnA ?
;!. ;; National Science Foundation SCREEN PRUF REPELLENT SPRAY NINE CLEANER ..' .1I'4 R 6LL!
Jones Bruce LaHendro, Victor r.....
I T-hrw
Award at the University of wet
,r \ 4 Georgia This will be the fourth Carol Maurice Monohan Susan, Charles McIntyre Pen., Portable on-and-off TIMER (set and forget) 11,95 wee:TA.w:;;; :-F eeouze rnR t eAL"N
summer he has been the redolent nell, Diana Shattuck Marlene DAn 4T PIKING" 0' NUl
of this scholarship and Sturges, Kar Tischler, Sent 213 I W Venice Ave. ph. 488-4909 ra.rlta-t16'",'_ -si. r-.. ;:;' __
will enable him to receive his Wallace end Elizabeth Yehle. ... T.' T ... -qr"

I r, It's not what you earn but what you save that master's at the degree conclusion In mathematics of the feet Ninth attendance graders who were had Teddy per. Welcome To JIM WRIGHT'S

determines your future Start now save summer's Bennett received work his B,S. de. Dale Blackburn Brown, Dorothy Harrv Clements Blades VENICE SEED & FEED STORE I SHIRTS SLAX

free from Geneva College, Carol Frysinger, Cheryl Fry A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER

part of all you earn. Remember, savings placed four Beaver Falls in,Pennsylvania Pa., and taught before uneer David Foes, Mike Ge- 248 W. MUm! Ave Dial 488-3457 121 W. Venice Ave 4930 R
years rack, David Goodman Charles
: I here by 3 P.M. June 10th will earn from June coming to the Venice Halback William Holmes, Helen w -.
School system six yean ago. Knott,
i ', 1st. Come in today Mrs. Nancy Smith will be Peter Pfeuffer, Rita Monohan Reardon '. SALES & SERVICE VENICE STATIONERS

li i S SI studying science this summer Linda Taylor Scott Walker
1 at the University of South Flor. and Susan White.Raymond. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
: Ida in Tames. Mrs. Smith Is a w I'
graduate of Venice Huh School Open 'Til 10 p.m. 1 Typewriter, Adding Machines Mechanically( Opll".J
.. .. 'i
I C'a"_ II.. ... 'a (II TV. RADIO d BI-PII Rill
and received her B.S. decree ... .* If '
Wright 'a Ilea' a TV U IN era MI. rp lrlp| ?,,,? Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus
) from Western Kentucky State ,
: t SARASOTA College. She taught at Palmetto i ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE A. 488-611)) !
211 W. Venice i
+:1'It1it' f1 G DGQQd High! School before returning Speak TonightJustice Ph. 488-261S 311 Venice Ave. W.

1 I to Venice for the present I

( i' ; .1 savings and loan association school year of the Peace E. S.

i Wright, candidate for county
I Ii commissioner for district S, I
I i: i Venice Office: 446 So. Trail Convalescent and will be the speakers at a meetIng
Kodak ELECTRIC EYE CAMERA to promote
I tonight at 7:30: at the Nokomis
i : Nursing Home
i Sarasota Offices: 1718 M.in Street 24 Hour / Service Volunteer Firehouse. I with film & gadget bag. less than $25. YOUR BUSINESS YOUR MERCHANDISE
South Gate Shopping Center Gulf Gate Shopping Center Vvn/itg : State Senator Warren Hend
t; 'f f t Phone Venire 4AII sea 70J erson will address the group 323 W. Venice Ave. Ph 488-2421 Ph 488S808PAGE
ii> PONC ns lens
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'l I"'Mph tl''I l + r Vt I Three Gulf: liule league Teams AT LAKE VENICE JUNE 12.14 -

''gD Wednesday Deadline Set I

,,''bp hph I f Register c One.' aa Run Victories

For State Jr. Golf Tourney

I Venice! R Ian' O'pu' > Her l jo'J"1 l arch Power A LiUii queek.fd baseman, wa* the only playeron ]
chants, Venire I,ions and Flor by VPiilcf.Nok in" Bank, his The Pensacola
tram to get more than entry list for particlpa. I"r. ; Dave Shtsster,
Ida Power k Light were win 3 2: and the Hotnrv outlasted one hit. Ho singled! in the opening tine tn the State Junior Golf Eau' Gallic] ; Bill Harris and
nen Thursday and Friday in. Nokomis Lions, 10.9 frame and double in the tournament to be played Friday John Elliott, Fort Lauderdale;
Gulf Little playThursday. League junior division \ahrau Sharp 1 second Guy Struble also hada I Saturday and Sunday at Robby Wilson Fort Myers, win.
George two-begger for the Kilowatts. I Lake Venice Golf Club reached ner of the 1214 age bracket
night, Yahraui was the
r Venice Lions Jeff Fender had two singlesin 68 by noon Friday. Deadline last year but who will be par
winning pitcher for
scored eight In the Merchants
runs the second two times at bat for the for registering is Wednesday at ticlpating in the 15-17 division
inning and while Gordon Tison
went on to defeat
g Bank. 5 p.m, this year; Bob Geary, Sara-
took the loss The
rry Venice Elks, 91 Barry Knott Merchants
ri Ceoq 1v won his sixth game of the season scored the winning run in the Nine Hits Apiece I Entries must be sent to the Iota, Jim Raprager, Winter
for the Lions. He bottom of the sixth on a walk, Both Florida State Golf Association, Park; Steve Eicrspaedt, Homestead
s teams got nine hits in and Jim Brodbeck,
e6clIsst only three hits, while striking an infield hit and a series of the sponsors of the event, P. O ;
Rotary-Nokomis Lions i Box 5394, Sarasnta Entry fee Lake Worth, runnerup in the
out seven. He did not walk errors Yahraui
batter. a struck out 11 while holding' the game which saw plenty of action i is $3 and all contestants must 15-17 age group in 1963
de Knott lost his shutout in the usually hsri-hitting Recreationteam Inning crammed into the fifth be members of clubs in good John Weese and Tom Lem-
fifth inning when Jeff Stone scoreless !standing with the Florida nitzrr both of, Sarasota are
singled went to second on an Big man In the Kilowatt win Leading S 4 going into the top Men's and Women's State Golf among the top entries in the
v the fifth, Rotary poured five Associations 1214 division
outfield error and advancedthe the
over Bunk Paul
was pitcher
'neteJ last two bases on wild Taylor He homered in the second runs across the plate on three Contestants must have been Roberta Albers of Tampa I'
R I I pitches. Inning for what proved to I hits and two Nokomis errorsto I registered in Florida schoolsthe will\ be out to defend her title
4? 1 1 r i Larry Durrls hit a grand be the winning run and he was take a commanding: 10-4 past year and must have In the girls' IS.17 class and
lead, However, the Lions from reached their 12th birthday but Cindy Meyers of Orlando will
slam home run and two singlesfor touched for only five hits. He I
three-for-three walked Nokomis came back to score not their 18th by midnight attempt to do the same In the
a day at only one while getting
- ILYI the plate. Johnny Shaver 11 via the strlckout route. five runs on five hits to de. I June 14.Top I 1214 age group.
light their backers and throw flight male entries Include .I .hole I
_.._ -_. ......... .. doubled and singled in three I I Tod! Twin pitched for the a real scare into Rotary fans. Bill Johnson I II The tournament is a 54
yBEl ----- -- ----- --aJlrmiukeLkttxeTf.::! : -.' ;::; ----'nId official times at bat. and Dick affair with 18 holes being
Bank. He also registered 11 The threat ended when Stafford of Venice Allen Mill.I each
: played day.
HELMETED RAINCOATED For the Elks, Freddie Brown I
toward strikeouts Hi did not walk a Randy Cole forced Bruinat
the South Venice Area Volunteer extinguishing a fire during a recent went the distance He fanned
Fire Department I batter and six
firefighting demonstration. The gave up second base on a fielder's
show what they learned in a weeklong practical four walked one and gave up hits
-.r,S demonstration climaxed the several days of choice for the third out. YOU CM SAVE WAYS
school 10 hits
VassYem firefighting conducted by the classroom instruction. Jim Imhoff, Kilowatt third 3
Big In the
State Fire College i. they direct their effort Friday night's action featured gun Rotary at
three fine games, all decid- tack was catcher Gerald Per OR Auto Insurance

t C: Tarnon Marina\ Elects .TVmv. .. Officers ed edged by one Osprey run Recreation The Merchants 1-0; Council Of 100 I lick and,two who singles banged in out three a double times 1 I. NEW LOW RATES
I "' ;: : Sarasota Federal at bat. Jeff Bodager garnereda 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
'atIr Directors of Tarpon Center retary-treasurer. The executive pair of doubles in three times 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
I' Marine, Inc. have elected KiwanisVSCMeet Seeks up for Rotary and Ken Curry
GIb. t ,', James N Duncan presidentand committee appointed themto IndustryKey had two singles in three attempts
Catherine H Duncan sec. manage the center. 15-10 dinnerOver 6It1tlfz&,
,.L executives of about a Tim Helser led the Nokomis -
' Ytattic TonightIn dozen northern corporations Lions at bat with two-for-four AGENCY .
VSCI which have expressed an Interest Eric Shaw and Ron Perkinshit '
101 ... in establishing\ a Florida doubles for the losers. .: 116 W. Venice Avenue j
lilt ""' --- Make-Up TiltThe 'I operation were hosted bv Gov Mike Hulsbeck Curry and 1a::' Telephone A88-228S J
es I Trailing 8-0 going into the \ Farris Bryant and the Florida Allen Bates all pitched for the
test !JifiJ/lfffffd! j bottom of the fourth inning I few of 100 at a luncheon in winners Helser went the dis. .
i, h I{Saratota Federal rallied for 11 Klwanis-Venice Shopping Florida Pavilion' at the New tance for Nokomis Lions.

,diIe j runs on just three base hits to Center Gulf Little League Junior I York World Fair on June 4. -.-. --,.. ..., .
) \ 9r .take a 11-8 lead and then went division game, rained out I The occasion was the resultof "
'. c .on to win, 1510, over Venice on its originally scheduled the Council "LeadertoI -
gee TASTES Shopping Center in a Gulf Lit April 28 date, will be played I Leader" program Each council
tie League senior division tonight I member in the program has
! game Thursday night at the A victory by Kiwanis will established a personal liaison I
als 11C i municipal field give them the first-half champIonship with one top officer of those
II 1- I The Shoppers sent 12 men to A loss would necessitate i companies interested in Flor
AWFuL ? the plate In the second inning scheduling the First. ida'The '
'., and scored eight runs on six National-Osprey game, also program" said Council 5 %
seeel base hits and three walks One rained out on the same date as Chairman Raleigh W
r of the hits was Pat McDon the Kiwanls-VSC tilt. Greene Jr, "Is based on the
I ald's] second homer of the season Kiwanis! won elpht and lost concept that Florida's best
at his second in as many three In first-half play and salesmen for new business are
its games. First National won eight and those business men already operating
1 Sarasota Federal threatenedIn lost four. profitably here."
Ar.r: .o the first three innings, but The Shopping Center will Two committees within the
6. 05 left seven men stranded as the travel to Osprey tomorrow afternoon Council of 100 are producing
VSC defense tightened on each for a 3 p.m. game, the "Leader-to-Leader"' program .
occasion. while Sarasota Federal and headed by Michael O
| However in the fourth the First National Bank will meet O'Neil of Miami and James
rat o ..MMi Sarasota Federal team was not hen at 7:30 p.m. W Wcllman of Lakeland
I:' advantage ..
to be denied. They -
ruet! of seven walks, one
error and three hits to score I III Ir ...
I 11 runs and take an 11-8 lead. 1
s j Big blow of the rally was Charlie \
( Powell triple. I II X
Too often people who wouldn't dream of eating off.flavor I' Shopping Center came back /
food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water or f In the fourth to narrow the gap b .r tiswb
chlorine water. because t trey don't know how easy to 1110 on the strength of a
it Is to Improve it! pair of runs but fell behind II ,/ Ift
The cure Is a special home-wtter filter the Aqu.PuretTste 15-10 when Sarasota Federal t ,
and Odor filter that tallied four time in the top of

can be Installed under the fifth.
That ended the scoring as
your kitchen sink In min
the game was called after five
utes. It filters out all
innings because of the 10 p.m.
bed tastes and odors,
gives you all the really McDonald and Jud Curwoodhad
good-tasting cooking and two hits apiece in the nine. iI'
1 1I 1I drinking water you can j I hit Shopping Center attack. Of ,
I Usa. the five hits by Sarasota Fed- ,
I Only a modest Investment eral, two were by Robert ; t tI tI' .p ,
I' ,
and i simple Drawdy. I ,
Installation problem 5 a TIMo ....... tea II' .aw I'i
1 Just pick up your phone site II sane ter aw ape east
1I l i I'i Ai4Na>
t/ 6
reSMMd esmiasles ii ewe i I ,
and tell l/s to bring one n
5iu''t' nM twMtadaaeelee BOB'S TILE CO. r 'r
I out and install it. Yourfamily =I;. 1 sNIF
and guests will 5155" of 'MUICAN M""IM: a Ceramic tile bathrooms, I'
thank you. camel! COM" "'. kitchens and sills

Marble bathrooms and sills i
QuarrySlateNO __
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Work Guaranteed SENIOR CLASS GIFT, a speed reading machine, was presented
to John E. Davis, Venice High School principal by t.
Phone 488 4442 Salutatorian Nancy Matherne on behalf of the 1964 VHS
428 E. Venice Ae, Venice Ph 488.4241488.2465 VENICE graduating class during the Awards Night program last Monday
School Spirit award, right was presented to a surprised
I _Ii''''' _J Nancy Hicks by VHS teacher Miss Joyce Lewis.

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Em Robmannj


I Em Rohmann captured ClassA ]
honors in the "point tour.
! ney" held Wednesday at Lake from the ranks ofNONADVERTISERS
MAKE WAY FOR NEW STOCK Venice Golf Club by the Lake i
I Venice Women Golf Assn
with 19 points.In .

i 100 Quality Varieties From Which To Choose was second Frankye place Powell.with 17 points !

Class B laurels went to Ma-
rie Relchard with 18 points,

Regular Price on Plants in Quart Gallon! while Terry Duke Hatton tied for and second Stephanie ONLY 5% rf there! who>s f fdl are advertisers!

and 5-gallon size containersNO with Ruth 17 Johnson points and apiece.Ida Beak We can't guarantee the success of your business
tied for first place in Class C

with 10 points, Anna Yirger BUT WE CAN HELP YOU SUCCEED'
participants\ played only
nine holes as the usual summer

I SALE STARTS TODAY Mrs schedule Rohmann honors went also into won effect.consolation

Next Wednesday's event will
ENDS WHEN STOCK DEPLETED be "match play to par" I


SUMMERS NURSERY, inc. for enjoyableday en of _GOLf i

ON U. S. 41 TRY

of Venice 1 /* Miles South of Blackburn Point Road SARASOTAGOLF
4 Miles North. CLUBDAILY the Fatfett Growing Area on Fhrida't Weal Cocsf

PHONE 488-1521 oJI GREEN

(This Ad Worth 75c on $5.00 Purchase: ) I Just Off Bee Ridge!! Rd.
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1t1H'l By DR. HARRY J. MOGFORD need and any surplus of elements high heat and cause quick a .
In organic material will ion *

COMPOST AND MULCHES not be harmful. As is generally There are
certain ,
known the pH scale is graded rules to be followed simple)
1L 41 By Most living plants need water from 1 to 14; 1 being extremely a compost heap In making
__ The REV E. ROBERT fHABLE, Fh.D. food and light Their food acid 7 Is neutral and 14 is the pile should notbYeZu The *
Minister, Venice United Church of Christ consists principally of nitrogen, extremely alkaline Most seven by four feet In ,n
phosphorus and potassium plants do best In slightly acid sides should be built area The
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESJ .- MEMBER or TUB FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ,- -p.-' .6' (NPK) plus small amounts of media ; azaleas camellias Ix. perpendicular as as nearl,

.. ... The Reverend Dr Henry have heard of Jesus Christ, other elements. To be healthythe ora and many others like a higher than the center possible' end
The A1M r. 4.ehslub .ntald to" far .opoblicntbs of nil news .1. mdit.d I.a must have continuo to
net .. ..... .....,... la thin psp.r. nod "" .heal. ..... published. h..... AU eights 01 .pubU..I.a Smith Leiper, renowned Pres- but more than half would plants higher acid content. A few duce a saucer shape pro
.f ....... ous supplies In suitable pro. soils, Inexpensive so that
dtapateltM' *r ftlio p oerwd plants like alkaline water will not
byterian clergyman, long iden. know of Marx Lenin and run
The news nod bent xhwrtiiliil ennfnt of this .....p..... fc _"lah'"d ud .Itt. r.pubarntlro It nBNHlr tified with World Council of Khrushchev. portions. Our aim, as gardeners kits may be obtained can be built up gradual/off ? ,
forbidden. teit by wrlttra pwmfwlrm, should be to supply these determine pH, or soil samples ,
-_ Churches, recently made a 6. The 60 Americans would ,, food elements to materials accumulate. In l.
Pt>bU b" ETCTT Moiidw nod fturadw Pros Ul-t4 t Mull, A...... thought.provoking statement, raise IS per cent of the l'"t. : without depleting I may be taken to the County Ing the pile, first place a Jay
En..... A. Intend CM! Matte At Pert Offle. a t V..ite..., Florid. of which the following is an town's food supply, and eat ,' the soil but Agent for testing. of organic material Ilx
excerpt: most of It or store it at greatcoat .. # rather enriching There are several advantagesIn to eight Inches thlck.Tat !'

EDWARD D. BALL ..................................... Editor and Publisher "This nlll Startle You" to the community, while 11 Ii: it, thereby in- using compost or mulch some manure over the orranie'

COURTNEY WILLIS ........................... ........ Advertising Manager "Suppose the total world most of the 940 would be 't crea Ring the that turns to humus. They are: material, and also smell
population of two and one- hungry. The 60 Americans "' of amount of commercial fertni.er. .
,I SAM DILLON ....... ........................... News and News photo Editor half billion could be compressed would have a disproportionate "A I.n' plants quality our 1. Conserves moisture; acting Then add a thin layer! *at

ROGER KILBY .................................. Mechanical Superintendent Into one town of share of electric power, ;, Much of the as a sponge organic material earth. Continue these Iav*...
1,000 persons fuel, steel and general equipment soil, especially greatly decreases the watering each moderately] : do
SUBSCRIPTION In six Then: for their own use. It In our of rate of evaporation.. not make them too wet The
RATES county $5 25 per year $3 25 per months $2 75 area
1. White In the would be a rather nervous 2. Prevents leaching ultimate height of
person Florida is low away the ,
per three months, 10 cents Out of county $6.25 $4.25 pile
per copy. per year Jf'
J town would total 303, nonwhites community with 2 large .. in organic mat. of necessary elements In be about three or four
per six months, $3 per three months. 697. groups making atom bombs Motfford ter humus, heavy rains commercial fertilizers feet. As the heap settles it can
2. There would be 60 Amer. and guns for self defense; of formed by decomposed plants. wash away rapidly. be added to or It can be made
icans who would receive one- course, they could wipe out Some of our virgin soil contained 3 Furnishes food. much higher at the start Ai
We're Snake, Bit. half of the town's Income, either group and kill manyof enough organic matter of 4. The developed fungus destroys the action is mostly in the'em.'
leaving 940 of other nationalities the others In the process.At suitable composition to raise nematodes ter of the pile It Is interesC
Newspapers around the state currently we've never heard, gets an inch and a to share the rest. the moment, however, crops for some years withoutthe to insert an Iron pipe and feel 1
3. Only 330 would be Christ most of the Americans 5. Slow release of necessary the amount of heat
half are addition of fertilizer.
Bradenton generated
ad Boca Grande any
are carrying a promotion prepared by Fort Ogden elements
fans Less than 100 would be too busy eating and increasing In this vicinity probably mostof Sometimes it is almost too hot
the Florida Development Commission, and Ellenton about the same. Protestants 230 would be their material wealth to the soil has always been of 8. No harmful materials, to touch. In four or five week
which should b* of interest and concern What mention does South County geH? Roman Catholic, leaving 670 do much realistic thinking." low fertility and gardenershave such as those used In commercial the pile should be turned so the

to every South Countain. Venice gets a scant fivt-etghts of an of other faiths or no faith. It would do us all good to give resorted to the use of fertilizers to break down outside material will decom.
4. Eighty of the town would serious reflection tot h e large quantities of commercial phosphates, which would otherwise pose. If the compost heap li
If your Tuesday, June 2, edition of the inch, or five lines, reading: "There is a be Communists and 370 others thoughts expressed above and fertilizers. Some gardeners be. take months. placed in a concrete form,

', St. Petersburg Times is still lying around fine beach and a pavilion here for a pic. under Communist domi to guide our actions as Christians lieve that better results are obtained Compost can be made with turning the material is not

taU a look at it. It it on 7-A and nic lunch and a salt water swim before nation. In accordance to the obvious from soil rich In humus many materials. Animal manures necessary
page 5 Fiftv per cent of the implications of what Dr. Compost is
fills much of the page.It continuing south on U. S. 41, Route 775 1000 persons would never Leiper has had to say compost.developed Compost from Is a mulch fertiliz.or no other are sources very are Important.available If before it is thoroughly sometimes cured used

is on. of the Commission's "Closa and. toll bridge to (Boca Grand)J." er made of organic material the dried manures may be ob This provides a combination

to Horn" tours beamed Englewood and other South County properly piled In a heap kept tained from garden supply compost and mulch. However
chiefly to
Tampa communities which have some fine attractions The [People! Speak moist and decomposed beforeit stores. Most any plant material In using incompletely cured
and St. Petersburg residents. Is used usually by working can be used; leaves, grass, compost or In using mulch alone -
The even-column caption reads: are completely ignored. Into the soil. Mulch Is organic especially lawn clippings, it is desirable to use some
I Ignored also are the facts that Venice material placed around plants weeds (but avoid the use of nut artificial fertilizer to replare
"TO CIRCUS TOWN A PIRATE'S LAIR is the home of the circus, is one of two To The Editor: In this same article, Mr. on: the surface of the ground, to grass and pennywort), garden the nitrogen that Is used from
AND ONE OF THE WORLD'S FINEST Obendorf wrote that he knewof conserve moisture. Mulch refuse, kitchen wastes, bone ,the sod in the process of de.
WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES." places directly on the Gulf of Mexico I am writing 'his in responseto no other dry cleaner collect- takes much longer than compost meal, sawdust, wood chips composition.A .

and has a lot of other things other places the article that Mr Carl ing the state sales tax. Well, I to break down. peat, water hyacinth, sludge, word of caution. If you
It goes on to tell about "This magic haven't got along the rout of this magic Obendorf nrote to the Editorin am one other dry cleaner in Perhaps we are too Inclinedto wood ashes etc. Also, I believe want to get In wrong with your
the 28 1064 Issue of
300 mile tour" down the lower west coast tour. GONDOLIER.May the the Venice area that Is collecting think of 4-7-5 or 6-8-8 or the addition of some artificial wife start a compost pile.
the state sales tax!: and I another NPK formula on the fertilizer helps to break
from Tampa along U. S. 41. The development commission cant b* I will agree with him when
have been collecting it for fertilizer bag It is true that down the composted material
Sarasota gets the works, which the ad blamed altogether for this slight to our he stated that he has never quite a few months now. I also some plants do better with soil more quickly and insures the lah The 4,600-year-old Methuse.! !
been notified the pine tree In
by state to California'iWhite
know of dry cleaners in Sara. high in some particular elf'ment. presence of some elements.
refer to as "Circus Town, for a full area. If we don't get busy and blow our collect three per cent sales tax Mountains Is at the end
sofa that are collecting the However, with the cor The use of succulent materials
I 9 six inches worth.A own horn, we can't expect somebody else on repairs, mothproofing, waterproofing state sales tax.EDWARD. rect pH In a soil rich in organic in moderate sized pieces is of a two-mile path. Another

place called Gibsonton, of whichHuckstering to do it for us. notified. etc. I have never humus most plants] will desirable, but not essential trail, half a mile long, leads
been either by thestate J. WOLFER, reach out and take what they The succulents will generate to 4,3oo-year-old Pine Alpha.
to collect this tax. Venice.

II PovertyOn --- -- --

one of Ms recent journeys Into the a washing on the line when the President
Too Late To Classify
I 10-e.lied land of poverty President John. cam and also b* sure the children were

barefoot when the President arrived." A r
in the William
ion dropped on sharecropping
"W didn't even feel like w* were in By RUSSELL KAY Our little group of 23 men
Marlow family near Rocky Mount,
including two Indian
poverty, Mrs. Marlow added. WI There have been so many .
North Carolina. pushed and fought our way across
books written about Florida
thought w* were on our feet for the first the 'Glades starting with
i I. f Things apparently are bad enough with time in four years. And along came the anyone that it is could hard to find conceive anything that; seven cars, two of which we ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

I I the Marlows but it seems advancamen word that we're the poorest foils in the new to write about, particularly were obliged to leave behindas
e we cut a trail through the
who preceded the presidential visit sought of a historical nature.
county. trackless area, to prove thatit
to hold it up to mat them look even Like what the pitchman says on TV Just about the time you fig. was possible to make such AS your best bargain
ure that everything that could a crossing Our effort resultedin
worse. .
bout half-safe don't halfway
being you go possibly be written, has been the eventual building of the
t r Mrs. Marlow related a state extension when you're selling the poverty lin*. written, along comes somebodywith Tamiaml Trail linking the

; service man "told m* to b* sure and haveri You go whole h.wg.I a new slant or new angleto West and East coasts, that experienced
upset the applecart and road builders of the look inside
bring to light some facts that period contended was' impossible.
; Poisonous Bacteriarecognize you and probably a lot of other .
folks didn't know. This was in 1923. Prior to
IS A POISONOUS BACTERIA being and accept the longstandingcustom Such a book is "Unknown that I had visited and reportedthe

f Injected into the vital bloodstream of the in our society of satirizing public Florida," by Florence Fritz of development of such com

: American way of lift Are citizens being officialdom. The mere fact that this practice Fort Myers, recently released munities as Moorehaven, Clew. and see why
by The University of Miami Iston, Ft. Myers and others
subjected to tranquiliiing doses of subtle has become a part of the Americanscene Press. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I can say that In her recount

1f:. ridicule and calculated defiance of con. is a tribute to our freedoms. Ob. primarily because of my per- of this period Mills Fritz'

i'4rj) stituted authority, law, and order viously no one seriously suggests that all sonal knowledge of the subjects report in "Unknown Florida"Is
discussed, my personal acquaintance authentic and well done.
; These questions loom particularly in. Congressmen, fudges, prosecutors, law enforcement with many of the /o

portant at the moment because June is a officers, city officials, and characters mentioned and my p.

I i'I '' time of hope and anticipation for thousands other authorities art jelly-brained nincompoops moting experience the and area activity covered in, as pro-a Voting Machine "

of American young people. Many as frequently featured. While some pioneer and newspaperman. 4'so

I high school end college graduates leave may question the degree of such jest, "Unknown Florida" deals Shows How 4 M

-', the cloistered atmosphere" of homes and none can question the privilege to do so. with a limited area of South tom, '
west Florida, the Caloo ahat. Organization program chairmen .
I f educational institutions and move into the The real danger lies in the more subtle, chee region which encompasses looking for something different

j. I| ranks of our workaday society. V/e hear low-keyed, so-c.lied objective, and serious the present counties of Glades especially in keeping r X11 r,.
Hendry and Lee.I with the current election
I a great doil about their adaptability and of year
castigation principles involving our
j I must commend the author are advised that the League of
whether they are prepared to cope with way of lif*. This is no complaint against for the tremendous amount of Women Voters of Sarasota b

this significant milestone in life. Not the Inherent rights of public criticism and patient research that must County has received an auto- s
II' have gone Into compiling the matic voting machine Intruc.
much concern, however is evidenced over freedom it
etpression. My objection data that deals with the past tion model.
society's preparation to receive them. W. against the wholesale defilement and universal 40 or 50 years, the checkingof The model was the gift of

: might well ask ourselves if w* have fullyacquainted downgrading of our treasured freedoms geographical data, the per. the Automatic Voting Machine I
ennui interviews with hundredsof Corp. and Mrs. Merlin Wilcox
: them with the tin-e-honored"
\ and institutions the
residents, particularly pioneers Voter's League service chair.
'. principles which have mad America attributes of democracy which are manifested !- end the study of all man, stated she hoped it will

J < great.i in a representative government available Information concernIng be as useful to Sarasota County
I the subjects found in books, voters as its duplicate has T
i Actually, graduating seniors should law.
I by pamphlets, and documents here been at the office of the Supervisor
II have no questions as to the greatness of A well-tnown editor and columnist some and abroad.As of Registration.

a: our way of life But as w* know, some months speaking this topic, stated, we are all aware, Florida Anyone who is interested in 1 Quick Cooling at high speed for hot, 5 Cleaner Air because of extra-large' per
l ago on
,*; do have questions. W do not and should Is no youngster. Her history borrowing this; lightweight humid rooms Quieter Cooling and manentwashablefltterremvabtewithgreater
"I am tired of seeing America debasedin goes back to the ice age, to model or in having it demonstrated dehumidification at low-speed out detaching grille.
| not isolate and shield them from theories the time of the great beasts,
the eyes of foreigners And I am genuinely to their club or group setting In fresh sir*
5 and ideologies which we believe to becontrary disturbed that the idealistic the saber tooth tiger the should contact Mrs. Wilcox at 6 Exhausts stale air, Vents
'j to three. 2 Even Temperatures automatically mainwith simplified control setting.
iI } the of mighty mammoth, the 6841 Peacock Rd., Sarasota or
best interests
to our eoun- In countries the fraud of com. dinasauras. Our tained by big extra-sensitive thermostat
youth many toed horse and call her at 9247604. 7 Inside-Out Protection against/ rust corrosion -
r I"r. J'I try. As growing boys and girls, they have munism appears synonymous with morality, phosphate pits authenticate Also new from the Leaaue'snational Flexible Air Flow lets select salt air with "Weather Anror"than
I been exposed to the dubious them run. their existence here as do the organization is a new 3 you
I" while we, the chief repository of real free. ancient 10 variations for personal comfort.metal for casing and internal parts.
of the kind
rings cypress of guidebook of special
<, Ping through much of entertainment mov. dom, are regarded as being in the last trees that flourished centuries value to those planning a trip Low Operating Cost and maximum cool8 Permanently Lubricated compressor and

les, television, radio literature, arts, and stages of decay. before the birth of Christ. to Washington, D. C. The book 4 Ing achieved with properly matched com fan motor for carefree operation
t theater which often orderly And prior to that Florida was is titled "When You Come toWashington"
depicts our those who dis fan
Let us cast spread undersea province as geelogical pressor and highly efficient, staggered 9 Eitra-Quiet, specially designed
and sub-titled
I" processes ai !inept, incompetent, and out trust and ridicule of our heritage. Let us formations reveal to us "How to Take a Look at the coils.Also wring more moisture out of air. move more air, more quietly.

of* step with the times. This trend cones: eitol the virtues of our noble traditions. today. In dealing with this per. Federal Government. This 23

I I I close to undermining the concepts and And let us, by example rather than words, lod author of of Florida's"Unknown history Florida"has the page short book orientation gives the In reader Congres.a CARRIER has a model for every need and pocketbookThere's

i Ideals on which our Nation was founded; instill in the hearts of American youth the no more authentic knowledge sional operations along with

I. and vn in those instances when the eg.. true pride and joy known to those who than those of any other the when's, where's and how's a Carrier Room Air Conditioner for every purse

old battle of "right versus wrong" it can proclaim' "I am an American! writer but geological the Coloosahat-evidence of federal government sight and every size room. Capacities: 5,600 to 23,500 BTLTs. E

I presented, "right," though usually victor. Indicates chee country that along with thereat seeing.Designed for Washington'syear All types: "lnstall-it-yourself".Thru-the-wall..Win

l ., I bus, is often tainted. -J. Edgar Hoover, in the FBI of Florida, had its shareof around tourist trade the dow or Transom. 115-, 208and 230-volt models. Heat ,e kue'w

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J ; HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AGING. Desert with/ /the lt ouilll. that now thrive In the area. Mrs. Roland Hood 2613 ANDERSON
I to be a Grove Sarasota.
\ It was my privilege St.,
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Adamson Pearson Epiphany Guild Committee Senior CitizensSet Mrs. Fraser Heads-

Beach PicnicThe I

Itfed In St. Mark's Rites Chairmen appointment of,standing Big through Events deanery ToldThe committeesto picnic will Venice at meet the Area Nokomis Wednesday Senior Beach.CitIzens fora I Ve-No Rotary Anns i

11 r ,rol Ann Adamson b c- Epiphany committee chairmen Catholic for Church the the National chairman The Everyone planning to attend la "" '"(I; TJ.JI< '"'I' ,...
National Council
Catholic ,
of 1I"1'r" asked
111' brIde i (d to bring their own lunch.
dc ti highlighted the group's meet- Women has 18 standing< committees Watermelon and cold '
r, ," n Jr 11; n '' :lc drinks
"'m' S"lu' ,,1\, n' '. T. I hall ing last Tuesday at the church I and each Guild adopts will be furnished by the club
Mark Epi!<.'spa as many of these committees The festivities will get under
t ,,f M1 tt The appointments were an- suitable for its needs way at 11 a.m.
..' s I Ir nounced by the new Guild presIdent Mrs. VanLill stated that the The card
3* Is the dai. 1t. (0: regular playing ses.
?? Mrs. Arthur VanLill local guild now needs Home
Mrs Milton Luther a sion at the Civic Center will
end Plans also were discussed for and School association and that follow the picnic
Road Soul
,bon Qi ncj two major events, a fashion will be followed through with Persons wishing additional
*, p'd Mr Pe r on's par show and the annual bazaar when guild activities
resumein information
are requested to y
Mr, and Mrn R! "lar New
rr committee chairmen
appointed September
call Mrs. Violet Mitchell at w
p, ,ir"=on 3719 Aloha include
Mrs Arthur Mrs. Rohrs cloned the meetIng 488-1130.
r c'1TI1 "RDO'I1'' 'i Dean Patlei!' Cade, Blue Army; Mrs. Elizabeth -
"I""? offir! tied at the t Caldwell, Catholic charities 3 Office Seekers Story Of Emblem
I fore the altar d? I ; Mrs John Delvac, historian
ll I 'h Rr' 'n mont ot f z : Mrs. Elmer Bicker, Half Guest Speakers At Theme For BPWA '-
,H. and c ..rr.atbn1 and Half Club; Mrs. Irene
1 nLM' il mo'w::s Hums and Mrs. Justine Cecil, Democratic FeteThe uniuqe program has been
4 by Raymond Hill l, or. t Hobby Club: Mrs. R. E, Hatch, planned for the monthly din- i
legislation: Mrs. Walter Brown, three Democratic candidates ner meeting of the Venice Area
': bride was attended by library: Mrs. Charles Speidel for county commissionerin Business and Professional

n.'nw. Mr* Wayne and Mrs J. L. Dctchemendy the coming November gen Women's Club on Wednesdayat iI
1 neon of Ann:noli registrars: ; Mrs. Detchemendypublic eral election will be featured 7 o'clock.Mrs. j
,,", .n Person' of Sara: relations; Mrs. RaenarJndblom guests at a steak dinner which Ann Thompson will di- I
6'other of the groom, 1 and Mrs. Almon But. the Democratic Women's Club rect the program which will
i t man: end the uh r : terfield, Shrine Shop of South Sarasota County will explain the BPW emblem,
.,. toe Lee Adarrson. An I Also, Mrs. Charles Reiter sponsor next Monday, June 15 what it means and what it
Md., brother of theen social action; Mrs Frederick at 7 p m. at the Fisherman stands for This will be of special TRADITIONAL SCENE Obviously happy that her tenure
Rohrs, spiritual development: Wharf Restaurant. Interest to newer members, of office is over, Mrs John G. Meadows (left) passes the
in marriage by her Mrs Margaret Hester bake The three candidates will be as well as guests gavel, emblematic of the office of president of the Venice I

the bride was r, di infrrrril t ales; Mrs. William DePrle, Roy Graves Masel Huston and I A special guest at the affair Nokomis Rotary Anna to Mrs. John Elkins Fraser, installedin
'f dejijmeit card parties; Mrs. N. Irwin Leland Phelps. Everyone attending will be Miss Carol Morrison, the top spot on Wednesday.Mrs. .
gown KtL' Terkes, parliamentarian; Mrs. will have an opportunity a Venice High School graduate
i 't bodice acid gently; Joseph Nourse telepone and to meet the candidates and this year, who has been awarded John Elkins Fraser was nes The leaders were presented -
t s;!irt of slipper satin,1 hostess. The Rt. Rev Msgr. hear them speak. a scholarship by the local Installed as president of the with a gift of funds to aid
j skirt feitured a chapel, George W CummIngs and officers Tickets are $3.SO each and BPW. Miss Morrison will attend Venice-Nokomis( Rotary Anna with the work of the youthful
i'd the long sleeves of of the guild will direct can be obtained at Democratic a business college in Tam- in impressive rites at a lunch. scouts
A,;-f came to calla lilbier at Cyros Venetian .
confraternity and Christian headquarters on Miami Ave- > eon yesterday
shoulder lenatl: pa.Members of the Executive Moon, formerly Early
doctrine. nue from 9 a.m. until noon, Stamp CollectorsPlan
[ f Fr :nrh Illusion MI from Board of Directors reminded Wynns Lanes.
The committee system Is setup I Monday through Saturday or are ,;
\'d p rl crown. She cars in accordance with that of call 488-5408. Reservations can that a board meeting will The installation was conducted Tuesday Meet

cJs i -arte bouquet. of the South West Coast Deanery, also be made by calling Mrs. be held before the dinner session by the retiring president, A meeting of the Venice)
ro' '* :ind lily of-the vnl0"er P National Council of Catholic George Gibbs, 488-2683, or Mrs. beginning at 6 o'clock. Mrs. John G Meadows. Other Stamp Club will be held Tuesday
,' d with while ntirn r Women of which the Epiphany Paul Taylor, 488-1319: These Those planning to attend are new officers are Mrs. Leon at 7:30: p.m. in the Community
fire 'mers The bride's i Guild Is a member Reports on reservations should be made urged to make reservations by Terry, first vice'president: Room of the Sarasota
I"welry was a pearl neck. I program and accomplishments bv Friday The public Is Invited calling Mrs. Lillian Gurda at Mrs. James Thompson, second Federal Savings: and Loan

now back from affiliated units 488.2214.Irc4 vice-president and Mrs. Gerald Assn
o m tron of honor was at. l Shell, secretary and Mrs. Sher- George E. Youngberg Jr.,
.n a short gown of palest burne P Sweetland, treasurer, president, will conduct the session
fr loned with a boll: who were both re-elected. Other and an interesting pro.
S", selected matching v retiring officers are Mrs. gram has been arranged An
'D! i and carried a nosed j jV Robert M. Anderson, first vice-invitation to attend has been
f B!!nk\ roses president, and Mrs. Fred Walter extended to all Interested

bride mother wore a second vice-president.
tine and white creoe Mrs. Meadows was presentedwith Vienna Spanish Riding i i
h with matching access a charm, emblematic of School, home of the famed Lipizzaner -
Her corsage was of 4 fJ'J. her office stallions, is 400 years

o roses The groom's Highlighting the affair wasa old.
tr selected a champagne! r graduation shower" for

dress made with a lace Miss Margareta Hildjmg Ro- Swim In

e and full chiffon skirt _._. ...."'.. '" ..II tary's exchange student from Q7o
ace 'wries were of ahiug Sweden Miss Hildjmg was

hue and she wore arose I !MRS. RICIIIRD CLAIR PEARSON JR. presented a variety of gifts A WaterAT
corsage. special guest was Mrs. Fred
nediatelr following the erlck L Strammer, of Venice party Included Mr. and Mrs.G. Corbett. Miss Hildjing has
noun a reception( woe held She is a member of the Sara- Claude Cox and daughter, made her home here with Mr.
fe home of the brld< 's par. Mana Dental Assistants Assn. Miss Frances Cox, of Wythe- and Mrs Corbett. Warm Mineral

I The bride's table WaRred Mr. Pearson is formerly of ville, Va; The Coxes are an Another special event at the
j, with a three tiered Lewiston, Pa.. and a graduate aunt and uncle of the bride, luncheon was the introductionof Springs
riled wedding cake flank of the Sarasota High School, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Baglione, Mrs. John M. West: and

,th arrangements! of gar Class of 1960. He is emplovedby of Lewlstpn grandparents of Mrs. Charles Cowan co-lead 12 Miles South of Venice
c. ASP sting with servingMrs Lindsey Publications in Sar the groom: Mrs. Izzy Banhone, era of Girl Scout Troop No. On US 41
Clarence Thompson, asota. of Baltimore, Md., and Mr and 75 sponsored by Rotary An- =
Jerome Zuercher and Out of town guests in addit Mrs. Norman Smith, of N. Hol- ---

I Wilbur Fleming. ion to those in the wedding lywood, Fla I

the World's Fair and 1 .
4, poi its of Interest. thee Grace Methodist 'Own'ShowByPencil -_. J EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
i I'
f e w. be at home, after SMALL FRY GRADUATES Members of Larry Budner, Fred Strammer, Kvi Ball, TRADITIONAL
I 22nd at the By.Zee-Bay Church School Set the 1964 graduating class of the VeniceNokomis Jeff Boone Keith Ackerman, Scott Winsett ,
'ments In Osprey. Fording ArtistA Presbyterian Church's kindergarten class and John Ryan, while the young ladies in ,. I Let at style your favorite vase
I Mrs. Pearson chose Mrs. G. S. Keeter Jr., director watch with interest as Mrs. Donald Clapp, the top row are Betsy Smith, Janice Matthews --' or ceramic Into beautiful lampt.
t blue dotted Swiss sheath of the Vacation Church chairman of the church's day school committee Bethann Dunaway, Cindy Clapp and ,
I matching accessories and School at the Grace Methodist reception honoring Anne awards diplomas In ceremonies Wednesday Mary Fox. Rewiring Restyling
Richart whose show All Lamp Repairs;
i'sage of white roses Church, announced' today the one-man night. They are, left to right, first row,
frs. Pearson came here school will be held for two opened today in the gallery at Work by Experienced Designer end
t Annapolis, Md. She grad weeks beginning Monday and the Sarasota Federal Savingsand I
MethodistCircle Craftsmen
I For Grace
Loan will be held there WSCS Circle Dates
1. from the Venice High concluding Friday, June 26. Club
il I 11', 1961. Mrs. Pearson Classes will begin at 9 a.m. Friday from 6 until 8 p.m Nocturne meetings of the Woman picnic at the Venice beach at THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

certified dental assistant and be dismissed at 11:30: a.m. An artist and hobbyist, Mrs. 's Society of Christian Ser 12 noon All circle membersare I
I u employed by Dr Fred. each day. Richart and' her husband, To End SeasonNocturne vice of the Grace Methodist I urged to come and bring 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
moved here from Philadelphia
The Vacation Church School George, Church will be held tomorrowat their families
and halfyears
Card theme this year is "Jesus: two one- Hour Music Club different times and various .
Playerst reside
They on
Learning' About Him and From ago will close its season with an locations
Clematis Road in South Ven-
t Woman's Club Him" Teachers and their de- outdoor picnic dinner at 6 Members of the Esther Circle .
partments will be kindergarten Ice.Mrs. o'clock Tuesday at the home of will meet at the church at
Mrs. Hanley Sibley, Mrs. Richart says that she and Mrs. J. K. Hill, Laurel devotional
'ere were 44 members ands 930; a.m. for a program Let's talk about
participating in the Ven- Charles Erb and Mrs. Leo Bel. has always been interested in Shores, for members and their followed by a workshop.
okomis Woman Club silo: primary, Mrs. Robin Ans drawing and pencil art work, guests The Grace Circle meetinghas '
and using the pencil to sketch her COLLEGE EDUCATION
Mrs. H. M Brannon
,,1 I bridge on Wednesday af"ft pach, A short business meeting will been cancelled.
Mrs. E. G. (Dan) Boone and initial layout of her subjects. P. Bent will be
clubhouse. Mrs Charles
at the o'clock when .
be held at 8 ..
of her ------- ,--- --- --
losses! for the occasion junior. Mrs. Charles Wynne She has made a hobby chairmen for various committees hostess at her home, 933 Riviera d i'
Mrs J. Lynn Wiley and and Mrs. Charles Viet. considerable skill, even thoughshe will be named, and the to the members of the
Walter. Wolf. There will be classes for has never had any formalart newly elected and installed officers Lois Circle, who will meet at
i following players bid children from age four through training. Her special talentIs will assume their duties 8 p.m. Devotions and program
made small slams: Mrs. those who have completed the described as color which Is for the forthcoming season will be presented by Mrs. Han

,one Williams and Mrs. sixth grade. art Itself which opens In September ley Sibley.
f Speight Mrs. N. J. Wer- Recreation leaders at the Her hobbies Include the con- Members of Mariam Circle J1&WiThtffJ
and Mrs Frank V. Davies, school will be the Misses Linda struction of shell pictures, rug Miss Roberta Merrill, daughter will meet at 2 p,m. at the homeof
Louis A. Jacobs and Mrs. Sarty, Diane Peterson and hooking, dress making tailor- of Dr. and Mrs. Robert P Mrs. J. V. Taylor 324 Tarpon .

'. W Allen, Mrs. Helenht Mary Piper ing, ceramics and knitting Merrill, of Venice, will be St The devotions will be
; and Mrs. Hulda M. They emphasize that she is guest artist. The promising 13- given by Mrs. Robert Robinson

am, and Mrs. Clare Carl- very talented in a wide vari- year-old soprano will includeIn and the program Is under the A I
and Mrs. W. S. Rinehart. Asolo ProgramFor ety of fields her repertoire classic Italian direction of Mrs Harley Shat

.or prizes were won byJ She said, "My Interest In and German numbers, closing fer i
Peter Costigan Mrs. Woman's' ClubA drawing was sparked throughthe her program with excepts from Naomi Circle will meet at
Turkenkoph and Mrs. W. years In amusing my Broadway musical hits. 930; a.m. at the home of Mrs.
t. program on the Asolo grandchildren bv drawing pic- It Is one of the functions of W C. Bose, 815 Valencia Rd.
Theatre in Sarasota has been tures for them"Seemingly Nocturne Hour Music Club to Mrs. Delbert Barcus will con It't going to cost
planned for the luncheon meet. duct the devotional program.
with encourage and sponsor local
most popular
of the Venice-NokomisWoman's This will be the circle's last
ins Merrill
talent Miss
I the public are Mrs Richart's a lot of money.
Club on Wednesday meeting until September
ODD BUY sketches of birds. Working as was picked by the club for this
clubhouse. Rebecca Circle will have a
at the
at 12:30: will be she does with colored pencils, honor in the closing programof
The guest speaker the vibrant hues are especially : the season She is a studentof Better start
Ezra J. Regen young attor-will pleasing to the eye. A wide Maestro Scotti Benigno, of Men's Garden ClubEd
ney from Sarasota. Regen Included Sarasota. Nocturne Hour Music Pastorius Assistant
SIATI sass variety of subjects are sating now.
show slides and give highlightsof In the local showing including Club is affiliated with the County Agent, will discuss
... & plays to be presented portraits of st. Catherineand National Federation of Music soils and demonstrate soil
7 Ing the coming summer sea a lovely Madonna as well Clubs of America. water testing equipment before Open youraccount
'lnsusanlIDOD :! son. He will also discuss the: as landscapes and numerous the Venice Men's Garden
of the
history and of small animals of various species The domed ceiling of the Club, Friday at 2 p.m. in the here.
theatre. Regen is treasurer main reading room of the Library Community Room of the Ven-

GUY th. theatre. and guests The show will continue of Congress rises 160 ire Branch of the Sarasota
Those members Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
planning to attend should make through June 28 Sarasota Federals feet above the floor

their reservations not later Gallery Is open dally
tomorrow by call. from 9 am until 3 p.m.. Mon-
than noon
488.1320. A salad day through Friday and Friday KING'S TABLE
In 488 3738 or
will be served. evening from 5 until 8.

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253 S. Tamiaml Trail 8= Frd. -UNDER TRI .YUM.YUM. TREE from 65c
TATE FARM _lilt- Op w Rome NeaCa.rltse / 200 S. Pineapple Ave. 3550 S. Tamiaml Tr. 361 Harding Circle ,
AwM. I 11I11. North nn 11.5 41-11 per 050 2 Blocks N. of Venive Ave_ Rt. 41 Ph. 488-6330
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Crisp Western rAw Green Stamps'Herman's

MIRY E KROIPA 0 'S : : !
.. Orange Bond .dilo9nl
Last Saturday evening Mr Space-General Com In El E
an 1 Mrs George Mavleben entertained Monte Calif. Mr. Edward Co- LETTJC 2 12-ci. pkgt. 98e

a group "t their homeat hon ,Is commercial artist for r1; ; wNra' Wa" Ju. IA roe p; :
1993 Falrview Drive with a Knlser Corp., in Oakland. They UU VV VUVUVU U19c a
cook-out. Those who attended left Thursday to go to Miami
were Mr. and MM Raymond Beach for a few days before
Harris, Mr. and Mri Alfred returning by plane to California
Oovro. Mr. and Mri Thomas rYi ) IOOO FREE IOO

Edmonds, Mr. and Mr*. A. J. -0- o head
Kroupa, the host and hostels, I received a note from Mrs. J7// Green Stamps
I Mr, and Mrs. George Mavle- Millard Kogencamp (Kitty) t 441* ben and son Michael. Beforethe #
and she states Millard was ope. g
everyone enjoyeda rated on for a ruptured disc giant rise $1 <=
swimming at the
party and his condition was good at
beach. One of my favorite / "-'- "" .4 J.... ''' 'IM
the time, June 3. Mr. HOB encamp Ia.- VWW
"Hamburgers" and "Hot OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOQi
was our postmanand
Dogs, potato salad, salad
wishing to send
everyone IaK
plate and dessert were served 1

A, and Mr.enjoyed and Mrs by all.Wm. Holt of We Is him 285 wish a,card the him,Sarasota his a speedy room Hospital number recov 4-.zt' i.l:' $ i ,r'r'fs" $ 50"ffl"r'lN: "5 0

: JJ7J _Forked Creek Drive Mr. ery. t ( Green Stamps
I and Mr. Emerson. Gilmore -0-
of 1395 Forked Creek Drive, Members of the Lemon Bay 5-DAY DEODORANT"PADS ;
Mrs Hulda and Miss Ann Loth- Garden Club Journeyed to Naples BETTY CROCKER BUTTERMILK a" J 30-ct. |Jar 69c plus lax _
man of Venice Gardens journeyed for a sightseeing tour of
r::;:, wwra' ww." Jura Ift
sees r ; ,
to Largo Thursday. They the Caribbian Gardens. There (LIMIT 4)) 1 i mWud
enjoyed having lunch with Mrs. were 11 regular members and OOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOQ]
Ruth Keller In Largo. Being together nine visitors on the trip. They
: was a happy occasionas were delighted with so many
they are aU former employ. interesting things such ss the I BJgCVerS 50-mlp :lf 50
es of AT&T. orchid house, where they haveat BISCUITS
-- least 23 specimens, royal
Mr and Mrs. M. T. Bohon of palms raised from seedlings J"( Green Stamps
i rffitrtspecials
1953 Fairview Drive have entertained and hibiscus of all colors. Two Miuawaa.Iwrdw.FLYSOL !
as houseguests the outstanding colors were one all c FOAM CLEANER
past 10 days their two sons, white and one almost black Bordens Tatty 14-oc. rice 89c
Robert Bohon from Los Angeles with light markings. Fascinatng CHEESE
and Edward from Oakland things to see were the bird reg. C 1 CREAM SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ88pkOg
I Calif. Mr. and Mrs Bohon have show and a mother turkey with ton 5
enjoyed showing them the little ones. Those from Over-
\ sights on this part of the West brook Gardens who enjoyed
Coast of Florida and going the tour were Mrs. Horace ., 33C !50m p l Amso
deep sea fishing. Mr. Robert Crlder, Mrs. Laurence Codner, .
i Bohon was former sports editor Mr. and Mrs Charles Bern- J ftl( Green Stamps
of the Reno Nevada Ga- hardt. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Muler *Ie> itlHMMmiKlHtMtbWISHBONE,
rette and is now assistant staff I Mrs. Ced Logan and Mrs frozen foods ITALIAN DRESSING !
director of public relations for Homer Salt.
I S-et. bat 39e
I Southland Whole! r::;;, wNr". WNtun. 1a Ia1w r;;;:,


Banging It Out BREAKFAST CLUBEVAPORATED 3 16 0::. $1 50ml!.. lIAmso

i ; pkgs. colt Green Stamps

NA' ale' Bala w,ardw" .It
with Pat Bang( Stouffer'sCORN Chase ft Sonborn Instant Cables

I: Phone 488.:$349 10-ci.'I(lor $1.39' <=>>

SOUFFLE P'X1' ; ..>,lr.. w.... Jun. I*. lab fJfl ;;;;.
Were ** "mad as Mat toll of either drivers or spectators MILK
fers" Thursday night at the who died in the name of OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ49C
TV. Papers had announced all sport. It Just doesn't make
week she would appear and as sense to us. Does Jt make sense 12 ox.
the week before' it was another to you? pkg.in 50m F lEAm50
program This Thursday the -0- ia
TV screen even said she wouldbe The second birthday party ;
:{ Green Stamps
on and at the time for her, at the Hall's on Washington for
on came another program. We Lon went off nicely on Sunday. toll 10 C our grocery dept < I Hl4ll HOT SHOT a.aeowiwl6can HOUSE fr I
got: Information and we were The Youngs, Grace and John, GARDEN PIST KILLtRreg.
three minutes getting her, but didn't Join us on Saturday {* ( tiie $1.39
finally got the station and that due to the fact they don't eat PuddTngsl. 4 45 r.::,:, .Xm Wrt. Junt II. raw C
operator said, "Oh not again," fish, so Evelyn invited them &. OooooooooooooooooooSlll..k.
;' then proceeded to say Jo Stafford -, the next day for ice cream and
I.r was on; they had cancelled the birthday cake. LIMIT 6 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES .n Asserted PI.! .on DwMrtToppings
t; another OF OR MORE.
program that $3.00 "r'Sl
right. Naturally we missed the Dixon's Restaurant on Dear . .

1 opening numbers but we sure born Street, between Maple ,.....,, K.Ga Aluminum.
did enjoy the rest of it. and Mango has been sold. is h
-o- There had been rumors to that Foil .0 0. .. . . 1 29
Mrs. Bob Hord (Caroline) effect going around but nobody
,really knew. We went over today
drove Johanna in with her
and Mr. Dixon gave us the :
," packages, and our old eyes
facts He said he was too old ulw
nearly popped out of our head.
F She is no longer black halredJ to carry on so sold the business
J : about weeks to Mr.
r two ago
but a blond She acts as a mod '
t i Smith from Venice. He PENNY SAVER HOUSEHOLD
Frank -
el for Wendell Hicks and he LYKES SUGAR CREEKBLEACH
is redecorating and plansto
wanted now
a blond. She appeared
'1 In take over in a month or so,
a with him recently at
Fort Lauderdale I had a as soon as all the proper
grand time and it I is haen experience papers are drawn up. I 4 SMOKED
It.. for her. Her eyes -0--
t' r V about popped out, too, when we At 8:30: Monday night the
phone rang. It was Mrs. Sista
told her we thought she had the
I f.
nicest company, one who hung Huelga Jr. calling to tell us PRICES
If up the wash, and even cut a Sista Sr had passed away that EFFECTIVE PICNICS
I little grass. We had seen this morning Eleanor is staying
but with them for a while, 'till! she MONDAY, (
J i Ii, person never dreamed it
readjusts. Called Shady Haven
I ", was Caroline. and told Mrs. Walbingtoa half 15 C t TUESDAY,
-0An -
-0- go I. 'tWEDNESDAY,
all-day party of two families Mrs. Bob Hord has a new
was held at the home of member in her family, a beautiful JUNE 8, 9, 10,
1// Mr. and Mrs Albert Thompson greyhound She has been 1964 4, Ib 25 C
I i J on McCall Road. The guests racing but was too friendly
; were their son and his wife and and the owner withdrew her. (LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASESOF
i their son, Eugene, from Cleveland Gave her to a friend, who $3.00 OR MORE)
; Mr. and Mrs Lee Ford, couldn't keep her, she in turn
I"" Lakeland; their daughter and gave her to the Hords. Hope
I son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell they know how to care for her,
I watson, and their daughters she is a lovely animal.
: I Diana and Wendy Another When we had our huge Russian
t I I Lee daughter and husband, Wolfhound, we had a runway .
: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Trehy of St. built the length of the
Petersburg, with their three lawn. She was always: out there Swift's Premium FroranF&P
j children, Mike, Debby and when we were out doors.0 .
l Tim. The day started at 7 am.
r1 when Jane took a huge pot of On top of the bad news as Lamb Patties .ib. 39c
coffee and homemade sweet! usual comes good news. Called Delicious .
rolls up to the Lee home. Then Mrs Beck Sheppard at Sarasota .
'f' at ten they all gathered at Hospital this morning only Sliced Beets 303 IOe Swift's Premium Smoked
; Jane's. A fish dinner of smoked to learn she had been dis can
j i and barbecued Lisa follow. charged It's good to know she
ed. Albert and Lee had fished is home again. Beef Tongue lb. 49t
I',II i for nights: for the fish then -0- Big R Tasty Cut
smoked them. Ending un with Then we heard Miss Manda
r a Turkey dinner at the close of Sillickin of Harvey Street was GIJeell Beans. ::2 IOe Premium Label Sinlo Sealed All MootSwift's
a busy and happy day, 16 people taken to Venice Hospital yes-

in au.Clara terday. Called the Rev. Lei.i-: Franks 1 $/
-0- back and told him. so he will Ga.Red Standard Canned %. *
I ,I'' Thrasher pulled up go into Venice on his way up
r a stakes and returned to Connec or back from Sarasota Hospital
ticut and as usual said. "This today to see hero TCEnafoes lOc J trlJ
is my last winter here." But . Can fm v j ? "J
she'll be back if all is well. The Saramana Telephone

-o1 Pioneer Club held their meeting Pride Of Georgia Freestone
About 15 minutes before we June S In Sarasota. Picnic WHERE
I i were called for Saturday a car are being planned for July and

r I 1 fciendn drove in.of Johanna's It wa three from Pel-old er.August dates and details lat Pee=l. Halves ; 1ge SHOPPING IS A Venice Shopping Center

f ham N. Y. Mrs. Theresa Eu- -
.\'' r. ': denback, who now lives in Mi There is nothing like giving Musselman's Tangy PLEASUREApe
t ami, drove over to see her yourself a pat on the back. On
1 1 friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. the 12th of June 196)) we had ". Store Hours:
t 'i L l!! Bnmdape, who are now in a our first column in the Advertiser 3 87
trailer in Bradenton. So they It was a hapoy year anda
II' just took off and came downto half under Pete Conover and
i see Johanna. It sure was a Bill Kitchens. Wrote what we Delicious Very Fine i S
> \ short visit from that distance, wanted and every sneak was Mon. Fa 8:30.9Q0: :

j .;, : i Are we ever glad the holiday made.printed.Another But changes owner have and been editor Pie Juice b&. 39 )

i Is over. Decoration Day is so three different "Hand
," contrary. Fverydar In capers lers. Want to take this timeto Smooth M A R K s T Sato 8:30 7:00Pet3rauf
: r ;'' radio and TV, a safety drive IsI thank each and every one Jiffy or Krunchy ; : :

I I I on "Drive carefully, the of my readers for keeping me
I I 1, life you save may be your on the paper. You have been utter I 18 : 59c
own" then on the dav we wonderful. You have called .
\ honor our war dead we have me, written me, and come to
}i an Auto Race, which takes a set, Me Thank a million.
l ,

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E'wood Legion, By REP. JAMES-----S Halev A. HALEYFor Renort-Even- a- -more- fortunately no I

t_ has crisis developed' during any of
175 years Congress

I cLiptrllsi7 Auxiliary Induct been authorized to set up by a aystem the Constitution Under General Illnesses, Eisenhower's although we three lived

which a vice-president then, as now, in a world of ten.slon. .
I But all of this was happenstance .
could take over the duties of
Officers TonightENGLEWOOD luck and thereI.
the President In the event the
I I. of elftJe
no way assuring our
President should become dis
that horseshoes and other
CLASSIFIED abled. The Congress has never good

I Will Trade I I Female Help Wanted Legal Legionnaires and-Lemon Englewood Bay I acted to provide such a system. luck charms always] will\ sarsj

1--___ ;; Post Unit American Legion I us.There
I should be time
Boat a
what have Auto. Lots or CASHIER 21-35. Some experl. IN THIS OUNTY JUDGES COURT State Per Capita Auxiliary, will conduct colorful I by no means act myself upas when the vice-president could
you. Will trade enc. in light bookkeeping IN! AND FOR SARASOT COUNTY, $Joint Installation ceremonies i an expert In the technical
Ratei, both Thunday furnished, 2 FLORIDA. IN PROBATK not step in, ready tnd empow.
Charge bedroom
nearly] details of how such
typing required. 40 hr. week. Ml RE ESTATE OP tonight in the Legion Auditor. a system
and Monday Edition new: Sarasots home. Ideal con. Liberal Co. benefits. Apply Union GEORGIC D. SCUI>DER. DtcMara'Prob ium. i might I best be set up. But I do ered to act as President for
venwnt Income Shows whatever of time
length a
neighborhood. l HI. No. lilt
I S1.50 equity. Low $4,500 Finance Co., 233 W. Venice NOTICE!: TO CREDITORS The Induction rituals will be not think that it is necessary President be IncapacltaU
mortgage, balance Ave. TO AIL CREDITORS: AND PERSONS: preceded by covered dish I for one to be an expert to see, may
payable HAVING a ed or if as is now the case
$62 per month, The ClAIMS OR DKMANDS: from the practical standpoint, ,
I word minimum Helntj Co. MAID AGAINST SAID K8TATEI dinner starting at 6 p.m. I there is no vice-president, some
(12 )
( Realtors] FOR
955-0921 MOTEL work. Part You ara boMir notified. and required Small IncreaseThe that the time has come when 1
Additional Words each 6c evenings 355-4847 i time during summer Phone to file anr alsO or demand which eon The LegIon officers-elect] to I Congress not only should but other competent official designated .
488-4237. 500 hs"a ...,.., 55. EsIsl... cCIi be inducted are William Haste, by Congress in whatever
,.,. D. &sddc n.._.... .155.. .1 must act In this matter to protect -
CASH rtt.i both Thursday Rentals II........ 'c.55t. Fk"'Id.. 5. 0. sICk.St average per capita Income commander; Ben Lane first the country against future system it sets up.
5155. JOHN 0, GRAHAM. &.,,..'. vice commander; Whitford Congress has never! sat up a '
and Monday Editions Wanted VmntjT Jud.., In 0. css', co.'s of all Florida residents disaster.
second vice because it i'!
Ho... at ..,.._ Florida' within all Berkley, commander Perhaps in by, take-over system :
S1.40 MODERN Furnished 3 room YOUNG MEN fulfill ilendar. month, from the data *( tha stood at $2,111 last year compared ; :Mrs. Mildred Stan- there years gone could never agree on how to do
mil- for
was no need
apartment. your et publication of this Nolle.. car, finance officer Louie D. pressing It. I recognize of that
Utilities with the national ; course,
furnish itiry aver
obligation with only six Fiob .1.1, or demand ",u.t b. Inwrltlna dealing with the question of
||12 word m'nimum) ed. $75 00. Gulf Pines Apts, months active duty. Return and I. duplloaUl I ahall ...... age of $2,443 and $1,819 for the Sheppard, chaplain; Amon R. government when President the problem II Intricate and
he: place of ...Ide.. ..d) sf Ii.. a
Albee Rd, 488-4802 port Dunham sergeant-at-arms A. that unless carefully solved,
Nokomis ;
Additional Wordsach Sei for service with your local Ma. add... of the Claimant! ahall b* ...orato 'southeastern stales became disabled.] But thingsnow
rine Reserve unit. Call 836-1911 kr the Claimant, hi s.c..5 or at.writer V. Perkins, assistant aergeant- are vastly different our might entail some risk of Improper

.. A.... .D.('.. '"'" .. .._ LARGE 3 ROOM Apartment. Tampa. for detaiN "Mine |fee ahall and accompanied anr euth I claim by.or II n.71.. "The gain In the per capita et-arms; Ernest Thelin, ser government has become enormous seizure of control of the
..... ,h... .. .IvI of II _.. Completely] furnished m.nd not ao filed .hall 5.. ...Id. Th. vice officer; Mrs. Fay Glas- government. But I submit that
Income of and such Is
line I.. ... liumlM, II ..... S $63per flit,. fa. Floridians last year historian I complex and
mar I. added to tha amount cott, Clark Eccles, plan that the Congress devise >
lint fol .Mb I.....'.. 'h...."... month yearly or by week. Misc. For Sale of claim, and claim forma may no obtained over 1962 was 2,8 per cent; the I ; the state of the world that we any
A eerrle eharf* .IVS c..tt *> 417 Menendez from the (',,sfy J'd..'. of flea. adjutant hardly can be as dangerous -
from Impending
move crisis
,. average: gain was 3.2 one or -
.. ( .h !
aa f r aae S Oendnllev r O HARRIOT K. HCUDHKR The new officers of the auxiliary to the country's welfare as
... dauber. l I. re.llea .. ....lIn... RUBBER STAMP business. .. F....... of th. Ko...... per cent and the residents of unit Mrs. (crifls to another. We
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the Stock, equipment. Must sell. "C 1'..,. 1>. ",dd.., nroI he southeastern Males Increased are Norman cannot afford to have the government no plan at all.
water ACM" ".,: Rmtth s.5 Tho.s.. Coulon president; Mrs. Clayton -
furnish I'd. $98,00 their in the ltuBtion
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY NPC. complete. 488-4802. liT W.t M'.I' Ao.oua. inromt-s by 4.11 percent ( Rhodes first vicepresident nf a
Also attractive efficiency V..I.. FloridL ," the Florida Stale Cham. rudderless ship for material
Edition Inch $3.00 any
OM Editions, p.r Inch apartment pool. W. Venice SEMI-FORMAL wedding dress. P.bIkJ,,, Ju.. I. I. III, 52. 5054. ber of Commerce reported. ; Mrs. Roy Meh], "second length of time in fact, the
Both per $3.50 vice-president Mrs. William
Ave. 488.3681. Ballerina length. Size ;
$25. III THE!: CIRCUIT COURT OF Tint disability of the President to DREDGINGEverything
E. Herdman
Phone 488-2838. TWFIFTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'Per capita Income Is a secretary; Mrs. act might in itself provide the
All elaistfiad Ids payable? In NEWLY DECORATED 1 bedroom IN AND FOR BAHASOTA COUNTY: measure of the economic levelof Louie D. Sheppard treasurer; opportunity for an to

advance aicapt ei'abliihed furnished apartment. FORMAL FUR STOLE, Rus- KUIRIDA IN CHANCLKY! an area It refers to total Mrs. Pete Gassaway, historIan enemy
alan ELSIE M. CAMPBELL, a .M".. touch off a crisis an explosion ] -
account.*. Large kitchen, living room. By squirrel, detachable ermine Plaintiff personal Income divided by ; Mrs. Ernest Thelin chaplain which could strike us down.

week, month or year. Phone tails, perfect condition. WILIIAM 5. R. RAYS: sod Caw No. 171 resident population of all ages ; Mrs. Ralph] Athey, ser Former President Elsenhow.

CANCELLATION or days 488-3785, evenings 488. Reasonable] Ph. 474-2397. .JUANirA M. HAVtS u.ban4nd and Includes] employed unemployed gea'11t-at-a' rm.; Mrs. Clark Ec er, who was three times Incapacitated In Dredging
5994. > wlla, Defendant ] and retired cles, assistant sergeantatarms -
ADJUSTMENT NOTICE OF SUIT persons. in his eight years
Misc. Wanted Mrs. Hilda H. Clare,
In the House
R.quesh for cancellation STORE FOR RENT south of M. HAYES. 25s4 W.t Hu4. "Last year's total personal Mrs. Frank McCook and Mrs. urgently r.e
eon Straet, Elm I.., New York.oa Income of Floridians asked Congress to act on the
to Frank executive
becaus. Gould
adiustmant of WANTED. FOSSIL TEETH came committee
or Early Wynn. Corner store ., horehjr notified that a Cs015,51 disability matter when he was
error m u 1 t ba made for Inquire In the rear, house with Write slating quantity, quality to .... ..* an Afrement for 111,933,000000, up seven per members.At in office Just few CHANNELS
DeM .. Lot IT ..1 Boll Bitin, lot cent a days ago
available 17 over 1962. While this gain the regular business session
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE carport price etc ." .h.." 'I., lniwt "8" "' '". MOBILE he told the American Bar Assn
Box 284 Cltra ,. .. was larger than the national of Lemon Bay Post held
5 on Monday. For Mon. Florida 32627 CITY. Unit 1'1. 4. Eub4l on
AIR CONDITIONED One bed. plit thereof reenrrli-d I In Plat Book I, figure of five per cent, the Monday night it was voted to occasions
day Gondolier BEFORE S pa.. a?. of the Puhllo Recordi of S.... itate's population] also] moved alter the he was "unable to function"
post meeting night
room Apartment. For summer Auto For Sale .nut County. Florida and New Moon for varying lengths of time the FILLS
f "i Thursd.y.j or yearly. Adults. At 251 TlI.ID No. aWoie.7 baa been filed forward at a greater pace than summer schedule by meetingon ,
,.''n.t you and that you are required. shortest 24 hours This country,
j PHONE Nassau Call or see Larry Redford CLEAN, One Owner 1962 Com- 10 ._. 00.' 01 rou' ...... or .""' 4.In. the nation's. The final effect the third Monday during said Gen. Eisenhower, "can-
Associate Chips Johnson et. Low mileage CaU after to th* Complaint, on Plaintiff, ... of> these two forces was that July, August and September.
j omen, BOONE HA I EN A IBPHORD. rioridians" per capita incomedid Commander Eccles designated not afford to ba without someone -
488-3125 Real Estate 106 W. Venice S p.m. 488-4840. INn, "
P. O. Boa 1&88. Venice, Florida, to make a decision, even
Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 4882279. md file th. original ..... or Bleadlnin not stack up so well in 1963 Legionnaires Hugh Green for hours RICHARDSDREDGING
I tha office of th. Clerk of th. Ct..11COUI1o when compared with the nat. and Jay Fitting as the 1964 24
Boats For Sale og or hfor. Uie lit day of July General Eisenhower was not
2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. 11154. If you fail to do ... judgment h, onal average as it did in 1962. auditing committee. the only President to be incapacitated
default will b* taken ..In.'
] furnished you for
Nicely Walking 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom Ii,. relief demanded In th* Complaint.' in office. President GO
distance to Casey Key Beach. built boat. 8% ft. beam. 130 Don and ordered .. Saranota, Flor Garfield lingering 80 days
ida, tfala 200 day of Mar. 1864.
Lots For Sale We pay utilities. Yearly or HP Chris Craft engine day W. A. WYNNE before he died of assassin's.

seasonally. Ph. 488-5127. cabIn Ideal for Tarpon fishing S.Clerk......of. C.tsty th* Circuit. r.d.. Court, bullet, was in a coma most of Rt. 2, Box 382A

VENICE GARDENS Lake front $800. Frank Walther. 1001 La- B.. W. II. 6,0.,..,. that time. President Wilsonwas
cN Snead Island Road
lot, $100 down, terms; Large 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air conditioned tuna Dr. Tel. 4884408. BOONE HAZLN si.!..,,.C IKPHORDING I.rk. critically Ill, following a

corner lot, near Shopping Centers and furnished In Attorney. for Plaintiff stroke, in his last months In Palmetto Fla.
and Schools $2,250 Venice $90 per month. Write TravelLADY Florida Power C Light Knlldlnr office, and unable to perform

terms; We have several ,lots easy In I or phone Earl] Bond WA8-4381, P.Poblisk O. Boa Jo U8e... I. v.cs.. Ia, 52.1o.ld.. 1811. most if not all, of his dutIes Phone 722-1918

Rt. 3, Box 564X Arcadia, Fla., Fortunately] no crisis developed -
various low priced DRIVING TO CHICAGOJune
ar.d give references. NOTICE!: Of TNTFNTION TO during the periods in or 755.6467
md on terms. If are 24th wants in
which Mr. Garfield and Mr.
looking for a real deal on Real Bood health to share expenses. Th. und.nlv.ned' do hereby certify thatthey
SINGLE ROOMS, furnished are aonductlnr. a toy builnae. at Wilson were unable to function I
Estate, see us. Byron Markle] $50 In advance. Does not In. laos Laurel Avenue, Venice, Florida
Realtor, Ph. 438-4706. $30 monthly, $10 weekly. 504 clude meals. Back seat driving under th* fIrtlol..5,. of COWAN
Armada Rd., So. TOY COMPANY: and that aald firm hpoied WOLFER MOTORS, Inc.
taboo. Call 488-1163 after 4 p.m. ..,.. of th. followlni p.'.0., whoM
LOT IN BAY POINT Nokomis. friFURNtmlED ..55. and plaxai of realdene air* a* RAMBLER DODGE
Mile from beach. Block west Soharban. PI...,. t Mr. Unfiirnlehed. Pets A. ('..., 1301 Laurel Av. ,15 S. Timiaml Trail 488-3965 -4884150

of U. S. 41. Value 1250. Make JUST CALL. LOU JACOBS. iM-ISIT .... Venice, Florida.Donn SPECIALIST IN. .
A. coos 1101 Laur" A_
offer. Ph. 4884629.VFNirE ALL THE LOVABLE qualities ..... VL. ,. Florid... ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by .
Ownenhip of Co. Toy. Company
: FFHinFNfB IOT Completely furnished. of the smooth Dachshund la .. fallow., Charlei A. eo..... 60per Brat Repair Lubricate Chassis
VFNKR HI'R1NFSH HITRS Automotic year. heat and air con with the added bonus of a cent I Donna A. r....., 50 per cent.It C Front End Alignment C Oil Change,
... la our Intention .to apply to th*
CALL IOU JACOBS. .111' to for
ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. easy care Clerk of th* Circuit, Court i. and f,.rSaruote Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Beams
coat) Longhaired Dachshund ......
County Florid. to 0.sdssssMCossTorC..psrets*
ELK INLET Seawalled private Tampa St.. close to stores. puppies eight weeks old: black FLORIDA'S 3,900.Tr W .,,0 maar ?. ... Wheel Balancing C Electrical Repairs
4881321. .5.0.* ........ of Florida Btatut Overhaul 0 Standard -
boat basins E. I... Kilton, Tel. male, red female. Copeland] S6SO* p. ORNAMENTAL NURSERYMEN OPERATE A RAPIDLY EXPAND. Engine Any Automatic or

S Bayshore Drive. Nokomis. LARGE FURNISHED 2 and 3 Palm Island] Estates, Englewood 4-it'.. 1114.1._ oa. han.to. till, Ir4 d." orJ.o. ING INDUSTRY WHICH WILl SELL MORE THAN $25,000,000 S Radio Repair Transmission Repair !4

room apartment Also single MY 7-2871. CHARLbS A. COWAN WORTH OF PLANTS PALMS, SHADE AND FLOWERING Airconditioninq Repairs and Installation
Lots Wanted rooms. Very reasonable summer d,b/. C.... Toy Company, TREES THIS YEAR.
rates. Weekly, monthly, LostSOLITAIRE P.bll.h I Jun. '. n. a2, 25. 50.5.
PRIVATE PARTY interestedin yearly. Walk to beach and EMERALD RING NOTICE Of INTENTION TO The Minerals. f 1960 OLDS 88 4 DrSedan
shopping. Vacationers wel HtX.ISTLH: FICTITIOUS NAME!:
buying lot In Venice, west come. 504 and 518 ..rmada Rd., and diamond wedding ring Th. vndenla-ned dON hereby. certify INDUSTRY WITH COMMERCIAl .
Of Trail. Phone 488-2621. I Beach off that h. I. ertnuucUnB" Travel Ag.sybsio.o '
on Nokomis pavilion. OPERATIONS
So. After 5 p.m. 514 W 1rs.s As. -
I Reward. Contact The Gondolier I... "..::.. ssdrr SI,. firtltl.s.I aV.::; I IN 42 OF 67
Houses For Sale hat aald fima .la aompoaed of tha fol. COUNTIES ALSO CON-
cottage, $85 month. lowingpenon wboa nama and p1...
plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or of naldeno. la .. folkw.i TRIBUTES HEAVILY TO $1,000
Legal Richard O .10'..', Lakaabora CI..... FLORIDA'S ECONOMY S
WILL] SELL or TRADE Home, 4886474. V."ir.. Mmida.Ownerahlp, .
2 bedrooms 1H baths C.B. of Venice' Travel Bureau WITH THOUSANDS OF
,dock NOTI'JO: 0" INT:1'I'M0N: TO I. .. follow!I Richard a Slein.r 100 MILLIONS OF I Hubert Fox, 198 WS Highway Dr.
Large lot canal JOBS
deep I Wanted To Rent ReGIsTER rlCTlTIOUS NAMe!: per .
Laurel Villa. For comparableor -. :I..y '..rntlon to applv to tha DOLLARS IN PAYROLLS. ( ( ,
,.h. vnder.lirn.d' An bereh eertlfy Clerk 01 .__. .rcuit, Court I. and for North Port Charlotte Ph. 424-1017
larger home In Venice area. WANTED ABOUT JULY I, un- that ther s... onndueUnff. Commercial ..ara...ui County riorlda, to _I.... th* I
Very reasonable. Ph. 4882464. Avlitlon, bc'S,... .5 Venlt, Airport, .sidt..MVlo.'frs'.I5orco.tt.do .
furnished apartment or V.nlF.. Florid., under tha (ItitNs.Se nan* tha _".. of Florida. Blatul"
1 VenIce Mod Venle A.re-M.Hn. Development
house in or rear
HOMES Two bedroom home rent. No lease. Local Corporation" I"... and hat >>!<) firm ii.th, mr band!, this Ird day of LARGERD .*lP"
la compoaH of th. following Beraonawhox Juna W4.K1CKARO' DISTINCTIVE
Venice Gardens $9,500 only references Reply to Mr. G. ..,.. and piss of rwldeno. s r. a STtlNER. d.t:a
$500 down, $66 per month: I Casaer 432 Newcomb St., S.E., .. fsOc|| .,. Venice Travel! D...... !
Manasota Key Gulf to Bay on I Washington, 32. D. C. Stuntor.Livln.r'I..id.. ,Rt f. Box sane Nokomli Publish Jots 1, II. SI. it. 1964. Real Estate Corner

Inland Waterway, $43.000, generous Robert Hvnn .r, Rio I. Box iso N.- .-
financing; Nearly new 2 i omli.. Florid.. 1Dl!
Business Personals .. l
walk. J.n" H nn .. Bb Box 1170 Ho- -.v -
2 bath home, komlo.! Florid.
ing distance to Shopping Centers Ownerof VmlM A.ro-M.rln. n.v.1. DO PEOPLE .
TYPEWRITERS and Adding op.C.pwstlss.. Ind., li H follow
and schools, $11,730.: Near Machines (mechanically operated BUnlflr Lavlni, 0..., and Pr-ldent. Do you need I Bldg. &ite on CITY OF VENICE
Venice Beach 3 bedroom, 2 Chemically cleaned It ta our Inl.ntloo to applr to thtCUrk INTERESTED? 3-bedrooms, 3.bath., Florida!
) of th. Circuit Court In anil for R.R.7 100 x 200 In City
bath home, fireplace, was a like new. Just $12.50 plus partsif ........ County Florida. to wtl.t..r tho READ baths Screened room, lining room With fIT"
bargain at $22,500, owner will required All makes Venice laid ..... V nle. Ana-Marina IXnrolopm 3 Bedroom, 2 Seaboard Ava.I on R.R. place, p.tlo with powder
m. Corporation, I..., 554 r O>. pro- Porch attached carport Oil,
sacrifice for quick sale for only Stationer., 211 W. Venice Av. sat,.. 01 Ch..tor Iotll, I.-. of Fi.- SMALL ADS? CALL room, utility room, central

117,750. Byron Markle, Realtor, 488-6113 14WIt.:: ottr"hand, thla lath oar oMar < 105 East heat Aurora hilt, 2-car garage, city we-
Phone 488-4706. 1M4. KERMIT L. t.r end Well for
alterations, draperies WELL sewer
Dressmaking, UNFURNISHED
STANLEY LAWNs, 17500.00
FINE HOME In choice location ete. reasonable 4811130SHEPARD Pre ld nt MICKLETHWAIT sprinkling. All this for

of Venice Gardens. 2 ROBERT. HENNC88T. H'N. WIMMERS $28,500.00REALTOR
VI.KPr ildmt YOU ARE!
large bedrooms, H4 baths. Alo '! JANET HENNEPSY. REALTOR Martin S. Stancik
a den that could be used for A TrMuurvr.

an extra bedroom. Large utility rublUhl Mar II. 15, Juna I. I. 1M4._ "I 1 W. Miami Ave. 801 Leqana Drive REAl.TOR

room, screened porch car. 488-5308 488-4621 T.1. 488.5443
lot. Down
payment 1500. 380 Hillview I 1003() N. Washington Blvd. 1IA.GREEN'S

Rd.. Phone 4882894. Sarasot 111111111111I11I1111111111111I11111111I1111111111I11111111 1I111111111111111111I111I11111I111


conditioned, Custom built, 2 DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Including carpeting and draperies

bedroom house on channel. EAST VENICE AVE. CITY OF VENICE
and AIr Conditioning .
utility TRUSSESAlum. Heating Reciter'
large ROOF
Large Florida room H. N. Wfmmers Air Conditioned C Barrel Tile Roof
$14,500. Windows & Door. & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas
room, carport. Heating 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Oversize Garage
Channel Lane. Owner, Phone Contract Roofinq & Painting Ranges Wafer Heaters REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent Immediate Occupancy $17,500.
4B8-5062. Venice
Phone for Welter Union Telegraph I!
CBS 2 BEDROOMS Florida Job Too Big or Too Small Monday thru Friday 9 to 5j; Saturday to I WHITEAKERP.
room, tile bath, Golden Beach RUBBER STAMPS made to or. 263 So Trail Venice Ph. 488-2271 CLOSED SUNDAYS
section, 828 Roberts St. der Overnight service. Office O. Box 1357 Phone Evenlngi

personal, pocket or stock. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice, Fie. 488-3562
I labarben Prltacr "''Vain: INSTALLWEATHERTRON- 11111111I11I11111111111111111I111I11111I11111I111111111111 11111111I11111111111111111111111I1

3 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS. Fully Help Wanted !! !:! FI

established home in$2,500 VenIce ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office DUPLEX Attractive Home In Venice GardensOnly

down.Gardens.Phone 488"927.EXCEPTIONAL 15500.. wants live-wire licensed real All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP I'/] years young. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, Florida room,

estate salesman. Reply J. C., NEW 2 bedroom, I bath each tide' central air- leperata dining room, hitches with built-in even-range.

BARGAIN. 3 Box 748. Venice.Male Q conditioning I tide fully furniihed. Beautiful Landscaped Lot City Water and Sewer pun

bedrooms. 2H baths, Fla. Wanted deep well for iprinkling. Central Heat and Air Conditioning.
Near Help HEATING .
the room Gulf., screened Must sell.porch.$13,000 for $$19,500 Only $15,500 Low Down PaymentSEE

quick sale. Phone 4888431. FORMER MARINES receive GOOD TERMS ........ OR CALL JOSEPH P. SWEE WITH

ATTRACTIVE HOME In bedrooms nice- for fou on.((4))week-end'drill each. month R.gu- C00UP10 FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY

section of Venice credits toward retirement
screened REALTOR
two baths, the added earning powerof CORP
plus 216 TRAIL
porch and carport. 1001 Nokomis weeks summer camp In 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600 ..88.2649I PH. 488-6738
Ave., So., Venice $14,000. California in August. Call 836- 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice. Fla. 488.5359 '- '-

Low down payment. No closing 1911 Tampa for details.
Costa Call 488-8701. ,



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I Overbmok Gardens j! F + down produce tune a IOO l FREE IOO -

gM.v0 Crisp Western Iceberg J" Green Stamps'TOB

Rj MARY E. KROIPALast rig alnww wd w.akw.kd

I Saturday evening Mr Spare-General Corn in El ? 0 S1 d I Htraiin'i Orange Band.: Slictd Bologna

an+ Mrs George Mavleben en Monte. Calif. Mr Edward Bo ,, L ET' IS C E 2 l2-o. pkgs. 98e

tertilned a group ..t their homeat hon is commercial artist for 4 \ ta ....r. w.... a... sa tear
1993 Fslrvlew Drive with a Kaiser Corp in Oakland. They ram
cook-out Those who attended left Thursday to go to MiamI llYVVVUUvuvuuuQvvvU
were Mr. and Mn. Raymond Beach for a few days before
Harris, Mr. and Mrt Alfred returning by plane to California .
Oovro, Mr. and Mra Thomas r 19' IOO PRCE IOO
Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. -oI 'dng tiEZECEYS head
Kroupa, the boat and hostess, from Jitf Green
received a note Mrs
Mr and Mr. Mavle
ben George Millard Hogencamp (Kitty) d, t'' O I ./.ap euess wauretw ea paj
and ion Michael. Before #
and she states Millard was ope. NEW BLUE HALO
the cook-out
everyone enjoyed
rated for a ruptured disc
on t rtor
a swimming party at the e, glent size $1
beach. One of my favorite and the time his condition June 3.was Mr. good Hogen at a Jl Mdm. w.*.., Jim* !e. IM4 r't, ;'
"Hamburgers" and "Hot
camp was our former postmanand OOOUOOQOOOOOOOOOOQ
Dogs, potato salad, salad
wishing to send
plate and dessert were served everyone C
him a card, his room number aMrAj4s
and enjoyed by all. is 28.1 the Sarasota Hospital 7i T '; : r I 'Woo' : s 50IDE.l.mSO: (
A i Mr and Mrs.- -Wm. Holt of We wish l him a speedy recov < y 1

I 1375 Forked Creek Drive, Mr. I ery. 1 !, S J"/ Green Stamps
I II and Mrs Emerson A. Gilmore -- > .... .
**(Ml l -, <,..*...,1 O
i I of IJYI: Forked Creek:: Drive, Members of the Lemon Bay g S-DAY DEODORANT PADS
Mrs Hulda and Miss Ann Loth- Garden Club journeyed to Naples BETTY CROCKER BUTTERMILK e1* g
man of Venice Gardens lour. for a sightseeing tour of 2 30-ct. Jar 69c plui fax r=>
neYed to Largo Thursday They the: Caribblan Gardens. There (LIMIT 4)) [PJJJI mtr. Wrt.. JuiW 10. IM4 Q
enjoyed having lunch with Mrs were 11 regular members and a 00000000000000000000\ \
Ruth Keller in Largo Being together nine visitors on the trip. They
: was a happy occasionas were delighted with so many
they are all former employ. interesting things( such as the j /SgRV rd # Tlf
es of AT&T' orchid house, where they have BISCUITS, 5oml.. 50
.o-- at least 23 specimens, royal
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Bohon of palms raised from seedlingsand ,"( Green Stamps
1953 Fairview Drive have enlertalned hibiscus of all colors. Two f dairy specials I *tlfc 4..ew*rf M aHlll.M t>f*
as houseguests the outstanding colors were one all LYSOL FOAM CLEANER
past 10 days their two tons, white and one almost] black Bordens Tatty 14-oxs. size 89c: of
Robert Bohon from Los Angeles with light markings Fascinatng -
] and Edward from Oakland, thing! to see were the bird rag, C CREAM CHEESE SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S
I Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bohon have show and a mother turkey with 5
enjoyed showing them the little one*. Those from Over
sights on this part of the West brook Gardens who enjoyed
Coast of Florida and going I the tour were Mrs. Horace 8 ox. 33c5U11U PRC1fi(5O: (
deep sea fishing Mr. Robert Krider, Mrs. Laurence Codner, pkg.
Bohon was former sports editor Mr. and Mrs Charles Bem- J
"( Groen Stamps
of the Reno Nevada Ga- hardt. Mr. and Mrs Otto Muler .
I .I.Alt weer .4...........h <
rette and is now assistant staff Mrs Cod Logan and Mrs foods .
director of public relations for Homer Salt. WISKBON ITALIAN DRESSING |
i I a bat 39c
-or: :
Southland I Whore, ...... WM .IUft. It. IK4 Q


I ; Banging It Out BREAKFAST CLUB 50"-joofBXTRATnrr 000 fREE 000 50

A EVAPORATED ,# Green Stamps

I ..m ale ewer*i4 Mdw.> *.hStouff.r'
with Pat Banq Ckosi I Sanbom Instant Colfti10o

t Phone 488-5349 |lar $U9

i We were as "mad as Hat toll of either drivers or spectators MILK CORN SOUFFLE 8ooo a.uw o"" .... sa sae ouS
ters" Thursday night at the who died in the name of i i
TV. Papers had announced allweek sport. It 'just doesn't make
she would appear and as sense to us. Does Jt make sense .

the program.week before This, Thursday It was another the to you? -0-- 12girt.: :. 49c 50mF50:

TV screen even said she would The second birthday partyat
be on and, at the time for her, the Hall's on Washington for t J" Green Stamps
on came another program. We Lon went off nicely] on Sunday.The toll 10 C in our grocery ilept.MTTFln I waa.wewe.dwdwek" ..
got( information we were Youngs, Grace and John, can HOT SHOT NODS *
three minutes getting her, but didn't join us on Saturday dr A..,," 'InftintPuddings GARDEN MST KILLIR
finally got the station and that due to the fact they don't eat
operator said, "Oh not again," fish, so Evelyn invited them y .. . 4 pkgs45F 8000000000000000000/
then proceeded to say Jo Stafford the next day for ice cream and
was on; they had cancelled the birthday cake. LIMIT 6 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES Smacks Asserted Revere Dessert
;, another program that -oDixon' OF $3,00 OR MORE. }
right. Naturally we missed the Restaurant on Dear Toppings . . ti"3VFo'im :
opening numbers but we sure born Street, between Maple --
did enjoy the rest of it. and Mango has been sold. p 1t 25ft.
.t\ There had been to that 29
-o- rumors . .
effect going around but nobody . roll
Mrs. Bob Hord (Caroline)
drove Johanna in with her really knew. We went over to
day and Mr. Dixon gave us the
packages, and our old eyes
nearly popped out of our head. facts He said he was too old
: She is no longer black haired to carry on so sold] the business
j' about two weeks ago to Mr.
; but a blond. She acts as a model 4"
+, for Frank Smith from Venice. He PENNY-SAVER HOUSEHOLD
Wendell Hicks and he
,,J wanted a blond. She appeared is now redecorating and plansto P BUXr LYKES SUGAR CREEK
1 in a show with him recently at take over in a month or so, I
II Fort Lauderdale. She had a as soon as all the proper

: }t:' grand time and it is a new ex- papers are drawn up. BLEACH L :: SMOKED e}
1 I t, penence for ner. Her eyes
At 8-30: Monday night( the
j :d about popped out, too when we
i '!. I told her we thought she had the phone rang.'! It was Mrs. Sista
nicest company, one who hung Huelga Jr. calling to tell us PRICES f .A
'i' the and cut Sista ST. had passed away that
up wash even a EFFECTIVE PICNICS
I little grass We had seen this morning. Eleanor Is staying I
) person but never dreamed it with them for a while, 'till she MONDAY, 4

I'' Ii\1 was Caroline-0- and readjust.told Mrs.Called Walbington Shady Haven half 15 C TUESDAY 'figal.

An aH-day party of two famHies Mrs, Bob Hord hal a new
was held at the home of member in her family, a beautiful JUNE 8, 9, 10,
tt. Mr. and Mrs Albert Thompson greyhound. She has been ; 1964 Ib 25 C
I I" on McCall Road. The guests racing but was too friendlyand
:I were their son and his wife and the owner withdrew her. (LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASESOF
I their son, Eugene, from Cleveland
Gave her to a friend who $3.00 OR MORE). A
; Mr. and Mrs Lee Ford, couldn't keep her, she in turn
I I Lakeland; their daughter and gave her to the Hords Hope
i son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Wendell they know how to care for her,
r watson and their daughters she is a ]lovely animal.]
i I Diana and Wendy Another When we had our huge Russian $ ',
I Lee daughter and husband, Wolfhound, we had a runway .
: jl Mr. and Mrs. Dan Trehy of St. built the ]length of the
( Petersburg with their three lawn. She was always out there Swiff's Premium FroiM
f 1 children, Mike, Debby and when we were out doors.o .
1 i- Tim. The day started at 7 a.m. _
t'I when Jane took a huge pot of On top of the bad news as Lamb Patties. .IB. 39c
+ coffee and F6P Delicious
i. homemade sweet usual comes Rood: news Called .
rolls up to the Lee home Then Mr. Beck Sheppard at Sarasota
"' at ten they all gathered atJane's. Hospital this morning onlyto Sliced B 303 10e Swift' Premium Smoked
:r, / 1 A fish dinner of smoked learn she had been dis. eVt s can
I and barbecued Lisa follow. charged It's good to know she
., { i! ed. Albert and Lee had fished is home again Beef 49t
3cr e for nights: for the fish, then -0- Big-R Tasty Cut lb.
smoked them. Ending uo with Then we heard Miss Manda
i: 1 a Turkey dinner at the close of SiHickin of Harvey Street was Greell B 303 10 Premium Label? Siisle Sealed All MeatSwift's
a busy and happy day, 16 pen.pie taken to Venice Hospital yesterday eels can
] in all.Clan Called the Rev vi.'.
:! '
) Thrasher- hack and told him. so he will Ga-Red Standard Conned Franks 3 k9: $1-
I pulled up go into Venice on his way up I
stakes and returned to Connec or back from Sarasota Hospital
1 ticut and as usual said. "This today to see hero TCEnaloes 303 10
Is my last winter here. But . can tmt_&? t"! tip
she'll be back if all is well. The Saramana Telephone

Pioneer Club held their meeting Pride Of Georgia Freestone
About 15 minutes before we June 5 in Sarasota. Picnic WHERE
I ;f were called for Saturday, a car are being, planned for July and
I drove in. It was three old August, dates and details lat- Pencil Halves 19 SHOPPING Center
I friend; .< of Johanna's from Pel- er. IS A Venice Shopping
f ham N. Y Mrs. Theresa Eu- --0-
I,. i denback, who now: lives in Miami There Is nothing like giving: Musselman's Tangy PLEASURE
II drove over to see her yourself a pat on the back. On
11; i friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. the 12th of June 1961, we had
1 ,+I Brundafre, who are now In a our first column in the Advertiser Apple Sauce 3 2fa! .I. 87 Store Hours: ;
I trailer in Bradenton. So they It was a hapoy year and
; ',,1 'I' 'just took off and came down a half under Pet* Conover and 1
I to see Johanna. It sure was a Bill Kitchens. Wrote what we Delicious Very Fine
: short visit from that distance, wanted and every sneak was / Mon Fri 8:30: 9:00:
printed But changes have been Pie Juice POOL1X
,I' 0-i Are we ever glad the holiday made Another owner and editor [ bor. 39 !
i Is over. Decoration Day is so three different "Hand.
contrary. Fverydar Jon capers, lers H Want to take this timeto I M A N K R T f
)t ;;1 radio and TV a safety drive I laN thank each and every one Jiffy Smooth or Krunchy Sat. 8:307:00PAGE : : t

on "Drive carefully, the of my readers for keeping me
f I i N '':j f' life you save mar be your on the paper. You have been Pet3lluf Butler I 18 os. 59c
'I I I own" then on the day we wonderful. You have called jar jjjjj
honor our war dead we have me, written me, and come to
; I an Auto Race, which takes a set. me. Thanks a, million
.. t tt

t Ia



I VENICE "H''I'AV\ JUNE j, 1"1


E'wood .Hnlev. -. -Rennrt- - II

J' iif Legion, By REF. JAMES A. HALEYFor Even a more fortunately, no

I I Ct' IPmD-AB Auxiliary Induct been authorized 175 years by Congress the Constitution has- crisis General developed Eisenhower during any three of

: !j S l to set up a system under illnesses, although we lived

i ._._ which a vice-president then, as now, in a world of teDoslon.
all of this hap.
".. "....'".,.-....-._ .. 0" ._ . Officers Tonight could take over the duties of penstance. But luck and waa there
the President in the event the
...., President should become dis is no wsy of assuring ourselves

CLASSIFIED I ENGLEWOOD abled. The Congress has never that horseshoes and other food
Will Englewood luck charms always, will sews
I Trade I I Female Help Wanted Legal Legionnaire and Lemon Bay acted to provide such a sys

1--_____ Post Unit American Legion tem. UII.
RATES WANTED at I There never should be a Urn
Auto Lots State Per
what have or CASHIER 2l.35.Sorne experl. IN THIS COUNTY dunces 'OURT Capita Auxiliary, will conduct colorful I by no means set myself up conld
| yuWill trade Iii AND COIR SARASOTA COUNTY. when the vice-president
ence In light bookkeeping Joint installation ceremonies as an expert in the technical
Charg. Ratei, both Thursday" furnished, 2 bedroom ] FLORIDA IN PRO BATS not step in, ready tnd empow.
nearly typing required. 40 hr. week. tie REI ESTATE OP tonight in the Legion Auditor. details of how such a system
President for
and Monday Editions Sarasota home. Ideal con. Liberal Co. benefits Apply Un. GEORGE: D. BCUDOkR, n.d.Probo. > ium, might best be set up. But I do ered to act as
vement .. Income Shows of time
whatever a
neighborhood. Ml. No 7I1T
S1.59 equity. Low $4,500 Ion Finance Co., 233 W. Venice NOTICE: TO CREniTOIW The induction rituals will be not think that It is necessary President be Incapacitated
mortgage, balance Ave. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PKRKONS: preceded by covered dish For one to be an expert to see, may
payable $62 per month. The HAVINO CLAIMS OR DFMANDS a From or If, as Is now the case,
((12 word minimum) Heintz Co., Realtors, 055-0921, MAID FOR MOTEL work. Part You AGAINST... h.n*)>SAID.,..iifl.d K8TATEt. and rmuliwl. Small IncreaseThe dinner starting at 6 p.m. that the time practical has come standpoint when, there is no vice-president some.

Additional Word, each 6c evenings 355-4847. time during summer. Phone to fil aaoya &", or demand whirl roil The Legion officers-elect, to Congress not only should but other competent official designated
408-4237. 'eat hava "01..' th. Eot... of i be inducted are William Haste, by Congress in whatever
( must act In this matter to
la-ms O. Sruddtr, rwcmmd lat* pro-
CASH rctet both. TWidey Rentals Baraiota OmM, ,. Ftertda I In th. offlc.of average per capita Income commander; Ben Lane. first tect the country against future system it sets up.
No,. JOHN T. GRAHAM. Sanaola vice commander; Whitford Congress has never sat up a
and Monday Edition Wanted ('oo.tp Judn, I In. tl>. coast Court of all Florida residents Barkley second vice commander disaster. I take-over because it
,. system
at SarawU, Florida, within tl
iS Perhaps hi t
MODERN Furnished oalradar .... stood at $2,111 last compared Mrs. Mildred Stancir years gone >y. how to do
$1.40 3 room YOUNG MEN fulfill military .th. from th. dat* of the year ; there could never agree on
apartment your ',rot publication. of this Nolle., I finance officer Louie D. was no pressing need for that
Utilities with the It. I recognize,
furnish. obligation with only six Fach tlalm or demand cost k. I In national average ; dealing with the question of course
|11 ll word minimum' ) ed. $75 00. Gulf Pines Apts., months active duty. Return rrltln.. and In.ld.dupllcaU. ; ahall I .UK of $2,443 and $1,819 for the Sheppard, chaplain; Amon R. government when President the problem is intricate and
ho plic. of .... a
Albee Rd. and poi office Dunham A. solved
Nokomis 488-4802 sergeant-at-arms; that unless carefully ,
for service with local .dd...
Additional Words. each Se your Marine of tha Claimant! ihall be sworn southeastern stales became disabled. But thingsnow .
to V. Perkins. assistant sergeant- entail some risk of Improper
Reserve unit. Call hr th. Claimant bla .eet or at.lornnrl might
LARGE 836-1911, Shall b. ......"'p..I.. .. hr a Sits at-armi; Ernest Thelin, ser are vastly different our seizure of control of the
fit AIM A n-('.. tn.. t* alas* 3 ROOM Apartment Tampa. for detail.. fflln" fM, and .e.o'h Halm or domand "The gain In the per capita government has become enormous -
.It .h.... .f vice officer Mrs. Fay Glas. But I submit that
lb a II MUMHit.
ra Completely ; government
(kill. furnished not on flint .hall b. mid. Ti..
... ,.... .. .. $62per Income of Floridians last and complex and such Is
fv .u. || .sa S Illnr ,.. ",., ba adilnl to th. amountit year cott, historian; Clark Eccles that the Congress devise
Un. fI aasli l....nl... Ih.r.aftrr. month, yearly or by week. Misc. For Sale sisla.sI claim forms bo .... over 1962 was 2.8 per cent; the the state of the world that we any plan
(.. .h.... ., ...... 417 adjutant. hardly can be as dangerous
A *rr II to Menender.S tal.od from ti,. ( ...,n.' "".... offlca. national move from crisis 1m-
... .. average,: gain was 3.2 one or
far lbs Cnaoll.r P.O.
r54.. .... ...ll$.. .. .... RUBBER HARRIS K. HCUDDFR The new officers of the suxillary to the country's welfare liS
l .lftad. STAMP business. .. Enociitrli of th. K.UU per cent and the residents of pending rriMs, to another. We
BEDROOM HOUSE on the! Stock, equipment. Must sell. ", Onrn Pndrtrr.. DocnuH. t the southeastern states Increased unit are Mrs. Norman cannot afford to have the water. ALfona : Smith and .., Gmlon. president Mrs. Clay.
Nicely furnished r 1'11"" ;
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $98 00 complete their In the situation nf
488-4802. sit W.I. Mi.ml Avmua, incomes by 4.5 percent ton Rhodes first a
NPC. Also vice-presi
attractive efficiency V..,.., FlnHda. the Florida rudderless for .
On Edition, par Inch $3.00 State Chamber ship any material
apartment pool. W. Venice SEMI-FORMAL wedding dress. PublMt Juno i. I. IB. II. 111<<4.III dent; Mrs. Roy Meehl, second
of Commerce length of time In fact the
: reported. ,
Both Editions 'Inch $3.50 ;
par Ave. 4883681. Ballerina length. Size 9. $25.: vice-president; Mrs. WilliamE. DREDGINGEverything
THE CIRCUIT disability of the President to
Phone COUnT OF TUB Herdman, secretary Mrs.
488-2838. TWFLFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "Per capita Income 1 Is a ; act might In Itself provide the
All elaiilfiad! adi payable In NEWLY DECORATED I bedroom IN AND FOB SARASOTA COUNTY: measure of the economic levelof Louie D. Sheppard, treasurer; for
FORMAL FUR STOLE Rus. F14R1DA IN CHANCkHY!: Mrs. Pete Gasroway, historian opportunity an enemy
furnished ,
advance except ei'ablithed apartment. ELSIE: M. CAMPBELL an area It refers to total touch off crisis explosion
a widow. a an
sian .
Large kitchen squirrel detachable ermine ; Mrs. Ernest Thelin, chaplain
account living room. Byweek Plaintiff. personal Income divided by which could strike us down.
tails, perfect condition. vs. Caas Mo, 17M1 ; Mrs. Ralph Athey, ser
month or year. Phonedays WIU.MM 1':. hAYeS: and reaident population of all ages Former President Eisenhower .
CANCELLATION or 488-3785 evenings 488. Reasonable. Ph. 474-2397. JUANITA M. HAYta, hu.b.M and includes employed, unemployed geant-at-arms; Mrs. Clark Ec who was three times Incapacitated In Dredging
5994. and wlla, Defmdanta. and retired des, assistant sergeantatarms -
ADJUSTMENT Misc. Wanted NOTICE OF PINT persons. : Mrs. Hilda H. Clare, ; In his eight yearsin
and JUA-
Requests for cancellation STORE FOR RENT south of NITA 1.. RATEs M8'4 Wait Hudson "Last year's total personal Mrs. Frank McCook and Mrs. the White House, urgently
because of WANTED Street,. Elmlra, N.w York. Income of Floridians came to Frank Gould, executive committee asked Congress to act on the
adjustment FOSSIL
or Early Wynn. Corner store. TEETH. Yon ... h...... notified that Com'taint disability matter when he was
error must be made for Inquire In the rear, house with Write stating quantity, qualIty .'' to '0..1... an Airement for 111,933,000,000 up seven per members.At i In CHANNELS
carport available price l llord on Lot 17 ..1 Stoat Bailn. lot IT cent over 1962. While this gain the regular business session office Just a few days ago
Gondolier BEFORE etc.
Thursday ...
oh. "
'a 'In Iniart 8" of tha MOBILE he told the American Bar Assn.
Box 264 Cure Florida CITY .. was larger than the national of Lemon Bay Post held
S on Monday. For Mon. 32627 Unit No. 4. RubdM" pn that
p.m. AIR CONDITIONED, One bed. .I.t thnKf rwordnl. In. Pl.t Book >, figure of five per cent, thestate' Monday night, it was voted to on each of those occasionshe
day Gondolier BEFORE 5 5.55 17, of Ui. Pnhllo Rucordi of Sara.snl was "unable to function"for
room Apartment. For summer Auto For Sale County, Flnrlrls, .sd.ILi. Moon population also moved alter the post meeting night FILLS
p." 1 Thursday. or yearly. Adults. At 251 -- Tnllar, ID No. S&961997S. has .boa.. filed,, forward' at a greater pace than summer schedule by meetingon varying lengths of time, the

j PHONE48831Z5 Nassau Call or see Larry RedFord CLEAN, One Owner, 1962 Com ..o iialnst","'. .roa a eopx and.of that war roil....,asS.. or rmulr plesd-. the nation's. The final effect the third Monday during said shortest Gen.24 hours.Eisenhower This country"can

Associate Chips Johnson et. Low mileage Call after Inc to th. romplalnt' on Plaintiff at.t.o't.ay. > of> these two forces was thatlorldians' July, August and September. '
.. BOONE, HA7.EN not afford to be without someone
a IspHORD- Incomedid Commander Eccles designated -
Real Estate, 106 W. Venice 8 p.m. 488-4840. INn p, per capita "
o. Box !( V.nlc., Florida, to make a decision even
Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 4882279. and flls th. orlirlnal' an.ww or plra.il l not stack up so well in 1963 Legionnaires Hugh Green RICHARDSDREDGING
I In. tha offlos of lAo Cln-k when and for 24 hours.
of lbs Circuit compared with the natIonal Jay Fitting as the 1964
Boats For Sale Court oa or bot... tho lot dar of J.l lr, General Eisenhower was not
,,2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. !IPI!. It iron fail to do ... judammt. h. average as it did in 1962. auditing" committee. the
only President to be Incapacitated
default will b. taken ...In.t
Nicely furnished. you for
22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom tha Nllrf dmandvl i In ti.. Complaint. in office. President GO.
distance to Casey Key Beach. built boat. Don. and ord..... at Sarunta,. Clot
BH ft. Garfield
beam. 130 lingering 80 days
Id., this Sail dar of Mar,
Lots For Sale We pay utilities. Yearly or 1(64. FLORIDA facts
HP Chris Craft engine, day W. A. WYNNE, i before he died of an assassin'sbullet

seasonally. Ph. 4885127. cabin Ideal for Tarpon fishing Clerk Karanou'"f Count lha Circuit.. Piorld Court. I was in a coma most of Rt. 2, Box 382A

VENICE GARDENS Lake front $800. Frank Walther 1001 Laguna Brl W.R.G.t.na.. that time. President Wilson Road

lot. $100 down, terms; Large 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air conditioned Dr. Tel. 488-4408. BOONE. HAZI.N Deputy a Clerk ISPHORDINO.. was critically ill, following a Snead Island

corner lot, near Shopping Centers and furnished in A 1&1'. for Plaintiff, stroke, In his last months In Palmetto Fla.
Venice $90 per month. Writeor riorida Power A LlKht Rulldlnt, office, and unable to perform ,
and Schools Travel
$2,250, easy P. O. Boa .. .
Veo .
1191. F..ld.
terms; We have several lots in phone Earl Bond, WA8-4381, P.blleb I Jose I. 5. Ia. us. 1964. most if not all, of his duties. Phone 722.1918
Rt. 3, Box 564X, Arcadia Fla., .
Fortunately, no crisis developed
various low priced DRIVING TO CHICAGOJune
and give references. NOTiCE OF INTENTION TO 755.6467
during the periods in or
and on easy terms. If you are 24th wants passenger in REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I IWllllon
looking for a real deal on Real good health to share expenses. Ti.. undersigned do horebr esrtlfr that which Mr. Garfield and Mr.
SINGLE ROOMS, furnished th",, art aonduotlni a top bualn. at were unable to fun'tion.i i
Estate, see us. Byron Markle, $50( In advance. Doe not include taos Laurel Ay...., Vnilc., Florida,
$30 monthly, $10 weekly. 504 under th. ......
Realtor, Ph. 488-4706. meals. Back seat driving fictitious of COWAN
taboo. Call ana that aald firm Iscomposed
488-1168 after 4 p.m. or th. following pi-.., wb_
natno. and .. of. .. RAMBLER DODGE
LOT IN BAY POINT, Nokomls. VFNICE II BDR. fUrUBNIsnEDSoharban plo' raildenca ara

I Mile from beach. Block west Print t Rdr. UnfiraMna. Pets ''ilkiwslCharles A. Cowan, laos Laurel Avail. PIS S. Tamiami Trail 488.3965-488-6150

of U. S. 41. Value $1,250. Make JUST CALL. LOU *tone. 4M-ISI7 .. Venloe Florida.' SPECIALIST IN .
Donna A. Cowan, U0 Laur) An-
1 I offer. Ph. 4886629. TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by ALL THE LOVABLE qualitiesof .lie. V.nloe.' Florida.Cowsn. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

,,1 the smooth Dachshund Oeneothlp,.of. Toy Companri. ,. Brake Repair S Lubricate Chassis
vrxiri, : RRHinFNrB': tor*, year. Completely furnished. 10 aa 0110. Cberl. A. C. r.o
VFNKII BinlNFHS SITBS( Automotie heat and air con with the added bonus of a per atOll. Do... A. ('...... 55 p.r eon"II S Front End AlignmentFront S Oil Change
our Intetilion to apply to tb.
I tALL IOU JACOBS. 4'.181' ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. beautiful easy to care for Clark of tha Circuit Court In and f..rSaraosta End Overhaul Adjust Headli'jlir Beams
coat I Longhaired Dachshund .. ...
Florida, .
Countr to theal4SmaafCoaYopG..t.p.syt
ELK INLET Seawalled prior. Tampa St., close to stores. ,.. S Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs
puppies, eight weeks old: black FLORIDA'S 3,900 -
ate boat basins E. L. Kilton, Tel. 4881321. male, red female. Copoland, der.Ml.Wiuina tha. provlslona of Florida BuluUS65 ORNAMENTAL NURSERYMEN OPERATE A RAPIDLY EXPANDING S Engine Overhaul S Any Automatic or Standard '

a Bayshore Drive. Nokomis.I Palm Island Estates oar halide, this Ird dar ofPublUM Radio Repairs Transmission Repair

room apartments. Also single wood. MY 7-2871. lII"HARLEB A. COWAN WORTH OF PLANTS PALMS, SHADE AND FLOWERING Airconditioning Repairs" and Installation
I Lots Wanted rooms. Very reasonable sum di b,. Coma. Toy Cumpoa. TREES THIS YEAR.
mer rates. Weekly, monthly, LostSOLITAIRE Juno >, It. 52. KU. 11104. -

PRIVATE PARTY Interestedin yearly. Walk to beach wel and EMERALD--RING NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO The Minerals... 'l 1960 OLDS 88 4 Dr Sedan

buying lot in Venice west shopping. Vacationers and diamond wedding ring REOISTLR FICTITIOUS NAME WITH COM. \\\ \
come. 504 and 516 ..rmada Rd., Tha underalffnad dota hereby eertl ,. INDUSTRY
cf Trail. Phone 4882621. Nokomis Beach off lAst h. I. eonilucllnn a Trav.l Aimkiwlnv ..
So. After 5 p.m. call 4742569. on pavilion ba-In.' ., .t III W. Vonleo A...... U.. MERCIAL MINING OP. ,- FULL POWER ONE OWNER RADIO AND HEATER
Reward. Contact The Gondolier .... t'lnnd.. nsdr. U.o IIrtltlu". same ERATIONS IN 42 OF 67 is
Houses For Sale th.t Hid "na 10 oompoood .1 0,0 f.l. COUNTIES ALSO CON. ,
I month, a
cottage, $65 peraon .b... nMna and pl... TO ...
plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or of mldenoa Is .. follows! TRIBUTES $1,000
i Legal Richard O. Sl.ln.r Lakaihora Clrelo, ECONOMY ) ,
WILL SELL or TRADE Home, 488-6474. yasIr., rlnrida.Ownership .
C.B. i of Vertlca. Travel StressIa WITH THOUSANDS OF
2 bedrooms, IVi baths,
NOTI'I': 0, INTI'NTlOII: TO a* follow.i Rlchant G. 8U>ln.r, 100 MILLIONS OF I Hubert Fox. 198 WS Highway Dr.
lot dock AND
Large deep canal I Wanted To Rent IIEGI8TER FICTlTIO NAill cent.dor JOBS
Laurel Villa. For comparableor Pllt .... l.to.II. to mph. to tho DOLLARS IN PAYROLLS. (% '
I Th. ind.r.lirnsa' 4> l.rthr esrtiCthat ? Clank 0' tho Cia..u, (ii.pt i.. .nd for North Port Charlotte Ph. 426-1017 o6
larger home In Venice area.Very WANTED ABOUT JULY 1, un. thcr ar. wmduetin Coram.rel.1 ....-... co..IP. Florida. 10 ...1..., tho
reasonable. Ph. 488-2464. or small Avlstlon. h..t.... at v..,.. Airport, ..,d ..... 01 V...... '1'.1 II...." ...
furnished apartment ....
V nlr Florid., undrr Oia fictitious tha provisions oT Florida b'utuMl .
house In or near Venice. Mod. .1 v..,.. A..M.ts. O..lopm..tCorpn..tln. : .OH.Witness.
HOMES Two bedroom home ,.. I..., asS that .Id firm ,, thla Ird 01
hand dar
Local III
erate rent. No lease. I. ...._.. of tha follnwlnir ..*....... Juno DISTINCTIVE LARGER
Venice Gardens $9,600 only references. Reply to Mr. G. whoiw ..m.f and placai of .'id.ss ar.aa : JCHAW| a STEINER, 4 11V..I. /.

$500 down, $66 per month: 432 Newcomb St., S.E., follows i .. Travd. Bureau.PublUhl .
Manasota Key Gulf to Bay on Casaer Washington S2. D. C. Stanl T..L..I.Florida.. Rt t, Bo. (370 No.kirnil. Jose I, II. 12, 55, 1961.IDitlIIl Real I Estate Corner

Inland Waterway, $43.(000) )(), gen Robert Hranmy, Rt. I. Bo ann, No- j Jlt rJ
2 komi.. .'''rld..
erous bedroom financing, 2 bath; Nearly home. walking Business Personals Jan* H,.i Florida.>n.... Ut t, sos 1170 Nokomls -".....,..- _-

distance to Shopping Centers Own r of Vsulcs Aaro-Marln. T).v.lopmmt .. .
and Adding .. .. .. DO PEOPLE '
TYPEWRITERS Corporation, I. la 1.11. "!
and schools, $11,750: Near Machines (mechanically op. Btanlnr Lavln.' 0.,n.sa,.A Pn.ld.nt. Do you need a Bldg. lite on CITY OF VENICE
Venice Beach 3 bedroom 2 cleaned It la our Int.ntlon to applr to thaCl INTERESTED? 3.bedroom5, 3-b.thl, Florida
erated) Chemically rk of aba Circuit Court In. and for Ru R 7 100 II 200 I In C'l+y,
bath home fireplace, was a like new. Just $12.50 plus partsif 8.rMU County. Florida, to reffiitor tho READ room, living room with fire.
bargain at $22,500, owner will reauir.d. AU makes Venice ..Id ...m. V.nleo. A. .- ..''.. rwralop.mcnt 3 Bedroom' 2 batha Screened S. b oar d A v... on R.R. place, patio with powder
Corporation.. nndtr th pro.Ulon attached carport Oil
sacrifice for quick sale for only St.tioners. 211 W. Venice Ave. of Ch.pt,r SOWS, Lvri of Flor SMALL ADS? Porch, CALL room, utility room, central

$17,750. Byron Markle, Realtor, 488-8113. IdWIt.05. of .19 41. hilt heat 2-oar city Wa-
,.a aa hand. UlU lath day IDS Ellt Aarora garage
Phone 488-4706. 1884. KERMIT L Well for
Dressmaking alterations draperies Mar WELL UNFURNISHED tar and IIwer.

FINE HOME In choice location etc. reasonable 4M-1130 STANLEY Prn.id.nt LAVINS 17500.00 MICKLETHWAIT Iprln ling. All this for

of Venice Gardens. 2 RO5LI1THENNESSY.Vls..Psldo't! YOU ARE! H'N. WIMMERS $28,500.00REALTOR

large bedrooms, U4\ baths. Also JANET HENNEPfentanr REALTOR Martin S. Standk"I
a den that could ba used for A Trublllhl ..........

an extra bedroom. Large utility SHEPARD Mar II. II, JIM I, I, MM. 1 W. MiamI Ave. 801 Laguna Drive 'REAITOR

room, screened porch. car 488.5308 488-4621 Tel. 8-5443
port, etc. Corner lot. Down FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION _______
Payment $1,800. 380 Hillvlew 1003 N. Washington Blvd. 11lA.GREEN'S

Rd.. Phone 488-2894. Saraiota 1111111111111111111111111111I1111I1111I1111111111111111111 1111111111111/11111111111111111111/
caD !!H!


conditioned Custom built 2. DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE including carpeting and draperies

bedroom house on chanoni.Large EAST VENICE AVE. CITY OF VENICE
utility TRUSSES Heating and Air Conditioning Realtor ,
larue ROOF
Florida room Wlmmers -
H. N.
Air Conditioned Barrel Tile RoofS
carport. $14,500. Windows & Doors. Conditioning (InstallationsGas /
room, Alum H&atlngbAIr
2 Bedroom 2 Bath Overiiie Garage
Channel Lane. Owner, Phone Contract Roofing & Painting Ranges Water Heaters REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
Immediate Occupancy a $17,500.
8-50C2. Phone 488.2132 Venice
for Weitern Union T.IeqraplsMonday
Free Eitimatet
CBS 2 BEDROOMS, Florida No Job Too Big or Too Small thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I
room, tile bath Golden Beach RUBBER STAMPS 263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 488.2271 CLOSED SUNDAYS
Office .
section, 828 Roberts St. der. Overnight service. O. Box 1357 Phone Evening

personal, pocket or stock. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice, Fla. 488.3562



Wanted -- ---.-

established home In Venice REAL ESTATE office DUPLEXNEW Attractive Home In Venice GardensOnly
Gardens.4884827.EXCEPTIONAL 15500.. want live-wire licensed real ALL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP 11/2' years young. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room,

down. Phone ,,, ,,,,,,,,,_ Reply J. C.,
estate salesman. 2 bedroom, I bath each tide, central air- teperata dining room, kitchen with built-in even-rang
BARGAIN. 3 Box 746. Venice. conditioning I tide fully furnished Beautiful Landscaped Lot, City Water and Sewer plus

bedrooms 2* baths Fla. Wanted HEATING : deep well for sprinkling. Central Heat and Air Conditioning.
Near Help .
room screened porch. Mole
the Gulf., Must sell. $15.000 for S19'5 Only $15,500 Low Down PaymentSEE

quick sale. Phone 488-6431 FORMER MARINES receive GOOD TERMS....... OR CALL JOSEPH P. SWEE WITH

fou (4)) days pay each monthfor

ATTRACTIVE HOME in bedrooms nice- one week-end drill. Regular 4I OOttNO FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY
section of Venice Two credits toward retirement

two baths screened added earning powerof CORP REALTOR
plus the 216 S. TRAIL. VENICEFlorUM
porch and carport. 1001 Noko two weeks summer camp In 251 W. Venice Ave. Phon. 488.1600 488-264 "PH. 488-6738

mis Ave.. So., Venice. $14,000 California in August. Call 836- 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fie. 488-5359 J .

Low down payment. No closing 1911 Tampa for detail

costs. Call 488-6701. ,

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THE GONDOLIER r J, 1 1964n

I Squadron Meets TomorrowThe I
Isia (

6'! f, ? r 1fftf of the St. Petersburg fore
final meeting before ad. anniversary Wednesday, Dockage
t1 Cock be at the IViJI
; journment for the summer of Power Squadron St Petersburg
I the Venice Power Squadronwill tails will\ be served at 6:30.: fol- Club and shore accommode Yacht.
7:4 anddam'in lions
be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. lowed by dinner at : are available.
after the meal
it the Tarpon Center Yacht /{ Those going by boat
\ Club An executive board sea will be semiformal with the ed to assemble at the era ask,.
-in will be held at 7 p.m. men in yachting formal or pal ramp, adjacent to the Itlunle pew t
Whit uniforms of casual dress business suit and the ladles ice Yacht Club at 8 t.m
will be acceptable, will wear cocktail dresses or --

\ A rendezvous has been plan afternoon gowns Those plan The existence of the- "North),

r ned for Saturday, June 20, at ning to attend are requested to west Passage was first
the St. Petersburg Yacht Club send their checks to Walter F. by Roland Amundsen prove
discoverer .
\1-11 The occasion will be the 25th Minnerly, 436 Beach Rd., be of the South pole in 190J

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NEW KING ,'F CZ *STS' .Ntrrr n Plattner president Presenting; P: ttnr: w;:h the gavel) I -
right "d' 1>' "=4 cr Jem it t the is inst....;Jig officer Pew G:': md, deputy JAYCEE OF THE YEAR certificate was presented to DavidA t.
Nok('n" I nr, l.: *' Tu.i;:: n: ""1RUC district JDV 'ior at Henn \\ He Ji) Lion! Edge b> Dr. Luther Luck Venice Area junior Chamber of '
seeding Lewis CJ'p: sft Immediate past (International counselor, looks smilingly on Commerce immediate past president, at 1964 installation ,
ceremonies last Tuesday night Luck cited Edge for his meticulous .l
handling of the club financial affairs and faithful P if ifi1
I VG Rec Center The present silver content of service on nearly all Jaycee committees Below, Jim Hill,
the silver dollar is worth $1 in left, new Jaycee president, receives congratulations from installing .
the metal market for the first officer N Merrill Moore, center, of St Petersburg, .f

II Sets Swim CourseVenice time since 1920 Jaycee national director, and Dr Luck .i lfi
-, -- ---- I V Y I iV iVr 4.

Gardens Recreation swim 8:30-8 p.m. adults r
Center is now offering another events. I
special type of swimming pro
gram for Its member. Betsy E'uood GOP} Club
Wyckoff, who resides with her
parents. Mr and Mrs. A. M Officers Elected I
Wyckoff, 1767 Valencia Drive I 1P t
will be teaching a class each ENGLEWOOD 1. B Hop '
Wednesday and Friday evenings wood. Manasota Key re' dent 'j tT
from 6 30 to 8 in syn- was unanimously elected pro-
chronlzed swimming.MIss ident of the newly-orpimzed c
works for VenIce ? a ; '
Wyckoff Englewood Charlotte Countv
Gas Company and West Republican Club at the as Coast Water Commission a* a 's "charter" meeting Tuck a' d 0
secretary Prior to coming to day night
Venice, where she has made Other officers chosen b)
I her home for three years, sheLved unanimous vote were Ben W As a USF&G agent we keep doctor's hoursThere
in Elmira, N. Y. In Elmira Guthrie, vice-president Russell ,
she was a swimming instructor Brooks secretary; Wj.am:: iAt4

at the YWCA and also S. Timmins, treasurer: bc"rd are no nine-to-five days In our schedule. We know that an Insurance .
worked several summers as of directors, Age Skiolv.'; WIlliam -
water director at Elms Camp ( E. Hcrdman and Mrs agent can only service your Insurance program by being available
k> upstate New York. Robert N. Stephenson when you need him. We take the time to apply our experience to help
Miss Wyckoff volunteered her Republican Committee A oman build a sound protection Whether
you program. you're building a
services to teach water balletat Mrs Robert N Bta(
the Venice Gardens Recrc i Stephenson announced Repub business, a home or your family's security, call on us as you would

teen Center.. Not only does she I c an h.adqunrtcrs WIll op your doctor or lawyer. As your USF&G agent, we'd be delighted to be
enjoy swimming but she says en e" h Turuj'i ri rd T>.ur*
she finds working with ehJ''' das from 10 a.m to I o m of service at any hour. Why not give us a call today?
dren rewarding. Anyone interested
In this ,: .. should
progr: m
i contact Bill Kelly. dire .tie Grange' To Meet /

recreation at the Rear i:.orOnter JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC.
I Venice Grange will be hosts ,
Kelley also! announced the fS Wednesday evening to members nJu'an.ctl
summer swimm na '( '.:d\.lf! 4' of the Manatee Grange,
the Venice Garrf n, 'C: 'm F 6ey if Bradcnton at a "Neighbor 0/ firoo/.irW/. 1929
recreation center II -e'' ins 243 W VENICE AVE.
Ni;:ht beginning at 7:30.: AU
overnight guests tx min; 0da.
... I Grangers are welcome to at- VENICE FLORIDA
The pool will I,. :er Mon I t tend" according to Mrs Etta PHONE Select and! Consult an Inde-
day through Satin in:. I'Huntley,. publicity chairmanfor pendent Insurance Agent at you
b p.m., with Svmd'r .J reserved the local group 488.6791 I would your Doctor or Lawyer.
.1'/' for special e"ena The
I'' I f schedule follows:
Monday 1.5 p'r per I
swim; 11.8.30: p n '"mh
(:30-8 prn adults
I I ,ot. Tuesday 10 a n1 .o p CHEVELLE by Chevrolet
I.j m., open swim : 5 A;: in
1 adult

p.m.Wednesday. open swim_ :]10,..b. m 30 p 10".t1 I FRISKY:< AS IT CAN BE..FINE A BUY AS YOU CAN GET (even finer now!)

,,, ,
family swim; 6:30-8: 1'm i If
I er ballet I Trade 'N' Travel Time( la running out at your Inside, the tmtolstery over its Wide laun-
Thursday 10 n m 1 In i n Chevrolet dealer's. This is about jour list cushioned !seats IS soft, durable vinyL
m, open swim: *>-6 30> p n, I ... chance to get in a whole Bummerful of fun with \Ve don't' want anything playing havoc: wila
adults304; pm fermi .. a beautiful buy like a Chevclle Malibu agon. Chevelle's good looks if we can help it.
1 swim Tit us point out some Its obvious pleasures. TRACE'N'TRAVUI' All in all, there alA 11 different ChcrcUcsTxnng
Friday 10 a m In :i pin. I It has curved side windows-not just for TIME offered during Trade 'N' Travel Time
1 open swim: 5.6:30: I p m. f family .. looks, but to give you more shoulder room. Wagons, coupes Super Sport., convertibles,
swim; 6:30-8 p m water. It has those self-cleaning rocker panels rorxs tour sedans One's as beautiful buy as tho others
ballet. -- - ---- -- = -;:> '
-- beneath the doors that rcibt; rust. It, to But hurry wb.3.twcr011 ooJ'flpp
South Trail MCNWW IUIOIIMUlI a up you. ,
I Saturday 10 seen to 5 p MANAGER AND CO-OWNER of The Glades niture Building on the The
m., open swim, : ;,-6'30 p.m I Bar and Restaurant is Don Berlin, shown Glades held "open house" Saturday to celebrate t'a.e.YdeaPar.fs Stdio+Wsas
adults: 6:30-8 pm. adults here ready to serve customer in the new the grand opening Don's partner is his
Sunday .t 1-6 30 pm open establishment Located In the Schaffner Fur brother John Berlin, owner of Berlin Signs .,'.
!I =
I ( I ,.

r,,, r- Ci 'The Glades' Celebrated I'I,1'; 1 I 11 I.i .' \

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Formal Opening Saturday. ; ? -v-ri' :

I Newest addition to the fast of-sandwiches, in addition to a 4''I, 'j'ji
growing South Tamlnmi Trail wide selection of beverages
commercial area is The Glades I -
Bar and Restaurant, located in
To loll
the. Schaffner Furniture BuildS Jenney
I just south of the Bill Phil.
1 v Ford Co. Bowling Meet

Owned by the brother teamt OSPREY S. William Jen
41I John and Don Berlin, The neT of Osprey will participatein *- } .-
I Glade featured an "open" the bov's handicap divisionof 4rS
I M r. 'muse" Saturday to celebratethe the Youth Championship

I ; w. K grand opening Finals Bowling Proprietors
The elder Berlin, John Is Association of Florida, in Or.
owner of Berlin Signs, 262 S. lando next Saturday, June 13.
Trail. He has been in business Ninety.four junior and senIor -
here tor three years ande- high school students who
sides in Overbrook Gardens won their local competitions
with his wife and 10-year-old will\ compete for the Florida
i son, Mike titles The field is divided into
Don who will manage The two age classes with three dl.
Glades, is single and moved visions in each class. Class A
ere from Tampa. Includes high school student
The new establishment will 18 through 18 years old, with
'-Jture businessmen lunches Class C taking care of those
3me made pizza and a variety 13 through IS

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WINNER TAKE ALL end he does! Jack Kopf. salesmanfor
the \e;.: bann: of Cul:i,nn Water Conditioning i receives I -...-. CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered!, vinyls, CHECK THE T'H'T DEALS OK CHEVROLET CHEVEtlE CHEVY U' CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER.
a tro; ,y from JI k Rodhe district sales manager, for I
I I "the m' .,: : s tn the South Eastern United States." The 1 burlap, parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER
: comr 'r d intent Is known as the "Mr. C Sales ___ 6 i AT Reasonable PRICES b Prompt Service. 098683
!I i i 1 Club" .,"Ii ; a three> part contest for outstanding achieve. h
f I I ment Kop m all three parts and in addition to the trophy 1 Also hundreds! of la"'pshac! In stock. All
l' W received ate''to'. matching cuff links as well as a ruby lapel shapes and! sies.We .
pin and a handsome pen and pencil set He has bee associated 'i' Mo. Lamps Oul 0' Vases Bottles de:.
i .... ...c Venice Branch of Culligan for the past 14 months POLISHING
the w
r and was prenntish BisociHted with sane company in
; I New .terser Mr and I is '\ ifr and two young tons make their I 1115 I S. Trail 112 block North of Sean 88.3067T
.f. I home on Golden Beach Blvd IN SARASOTA 41 and Englewood Road Venice Phone
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