Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00206
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 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: UF00079934:00206
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Arsa on Florida West Coast Osprey laurel Nokomis? Venice South Venice. Venice Gardens Venice East, Englewood. North Port CharloHe
L.20, NO. 45 12 PAGES

jCrackdown Pledged rr. .1i Post Office Seeks I

:t I On, have law enforcement pledged Teen a stern au. dent Constable of the Knuckles Drinking Youth Center's presl liquor i 11. \ Mll Bids I oI On SV Branch I IThe

Judge Blair, also a memberof
.n on teenage drinking adult committee said there had the center board .
been rumors of drinking said Post Office Department announced today he will re' 779 (Englewood Road) and ness establishment. ..
c :c-i driving and stern action would be dealt ,
not-roddmg in connection with any has authorized bids for a contract ceive bids for the branch until Seminole Road to the north. Necessary forms for bidding 4'
f pr"bkms were aired youths brought into his court branch of the 1' June He added such branches available at Venice '
activities at the center. Venice poet 1 p.m 19 that 1 are now
an charges of ,
fternoon at a meeting Slater said there had been driving drinking or reckless \$1 i office for South Venice I Arnall said the branch should usually are operated in con post office
j I 'bY the board of direaCe several Instances Arnall listed the require"
Venice Youth Cen of teenage! Bradley said that during the !'
court and boys picked up In the vicinity past year he has been direc ._........,._......._ .ou_.._... menu as follows:
\ police offic The designated clerk in
[ d county representa of the center of alcoholic on charges of possession tor there had been only one incident JOHN A JOHNSTON, JR, charge will be required to fur.

*< beverages involving a youth who nlsh suitable quarters of not
a minor. bust1
had been found In y
f t rrosent included Policer Shockey said police have drinking the Johnston Named less than 150 square feet, separated
center and that this one had
r n Shockey Assistant been aware of the situation and been turned over to Juvenile from other business, by .
11 I n Slater City Judgr that efforts would be redoubled court authorities He said partitions, screens and count
(h Elair Constable Jack to and be able to close It off
correct it
He said a close known
to have been
i and AI Bradley, watch is Co-Editor Jaycee when not In operation. A draw.
being made at places
drinking are barred from the :
t. '"i ranter director, where minors might obtainat center ing or sketch should accent I.
__. ---- pany the bid showing floor plan
---' -- "1 that
> State JournalJohn of building will hour la.
I duty, with exact location of
4 section to be used for postal
l +Me ?
A. Johnston :Jr. 29, of M p operation
Nokomis secretary of the Venice A safe large enough to prop

Junior Chamber of Commerce erly safeguard stamp, money
I has been appointed co- .f.hs: and other valuables mutt be I

s editor of the Florida Jaycee furnished
..e News. The clerk In charge mutt
furnish bond of at least $6,000.
This appointment a featherIn
The Branch will have to be
c the cap of the local group, .
kept open on week days (except
was made at the installation of
I 1 legal holidays), during I
new state Javcee officers this
ordinary business hours and on
past weekend at West Palm
Saturday to receive and die- Hun
f Beach Johnston will assume
r his duties after he returns from patch mail.
9 I Bids should be submitted ona
the national Jaycee conventionIn
6 1P.- Dallas Texas where he will! J per annum baal.
tj. m3fra The business in which the
represent the Florida Jaycees NN
postal facility to located cannot
as a member of the "SunshIne
sell non-postal money
Party," a Florida promotion
I other similar
orders, checks or
Johnson Joined the Venice Instruments for the tranimit

-- --- ....-- club Just last October and, as lion of money, except by soa.
GLEN K. FIIFLPS MtStXlllSlON ROY GRAVES most of the new Jaycees, ; cial authority from Post Once n

' adopted one of the tenets of the .- .. .< Department
: organization "de vel o p men I t --- The clerk in charge mutt
Demos To Meet Commission CandidatesI
through leadership" In March, I'OondollfT' photo br Sun Dillon) maintain accurate account of

he was named "Jaycee of Jie FUN IN THE SUN Navy electronics spec tached to the USS Hunley, a polaris subma- the business transacted at tat
I your commission candidates" Is the Fisherman Wharf Restaurant. The Month" here, he has receivedthe Jaliat John R. Grabmsky, his wl/e"the form' rine tender, A.career Navy man with almost Branch and submit a mentW

d from the Democratic Women Club speakers will be Roy Graves, Masel Huston I SPOKE award and the er Anjo Joseph, and their three youngsters, 20 years, he was recently awarded commen report to the postmaster at
&:.uth Sarasota County which is sponsor. and Glen R. Phelps, all candidates for coun- presidential award for membership Michael, 10, Steve, 8, and Michelle, 24, of dations from the Navy and Tektronics, Inc., Venice.
ip4 i steak dinner Monday night at 7 o'clock ty commission in the November election and attendance. Virginia Beach, Va., enjoy a final outing at for his work in electronics They have been The postmaster at Venlo!

Johnston is co-owner with the Venice Beach, before he leaves Sundayfor guests here of her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. ] will furnish all necessary
his father, of Johnston Noko Holly Loch, Scotland where he will be at- Paul Joseph, 615 Laguna Drive stamps and office supplies.
mis Grocery He has lived in 'a.

Package Store Capitol Flag Flies he( area since I94'5' attending

Venice schools and graduating CANAL BRIDGE ACTION DEFERRED Sandier AppealsConverting
In 19M from the Venice-Nokomis -
fo Open In New High School He attended

the Citadel in Charleston, S CountMurray
I Over Osprey's P.O.OSPREY C and then, in 10W, entered. Rezoning Bid Rejected
SV Center the United States Army Dur Sandler of Venice
Shop ing his time In the service, he i By-Way Is free on bond pending

was stationed for two and one Rezoning of Block 103 from Council, in other business, The West Coast Inland Navigation appeal of his conviction in
t*r;ng of a new packager A flag which sented by an aide, C. L. Lamar half years on Okinawa. He left single-family residences to deferred action on deeding a District, acting on behalf Sarasota County circuit courton

gore about July 1 in a formerly flew over the Capitolin the service In 1958 and joined multiple dwellings and professional !large chunk of East Venice of the SRD, has asked fora a grand larceny count.
ipr-rj new South Venice i Washington flies now over Virtually all of this thriving (Continued on page 2) use was denied Tuesday Avenue to the State Road De- deed to East Venice Avenue Sandler was convicted Mon

dpi*. Center was announc- Osprey new post office South County community turned night by the City Council. partment for construction of from the Tamiami Trail to a day on a complaint lodged s.v.
,this week by Ann M Cole- The flag was presented to out for the dedication ser Council action followed a the proposed bridge over the point approximately 80 feet eral months ago by Robert B.
*i' South Venice real estateer I Postmaster Lynn Thames Saturday vice and for the open house public hearing at which eight inland waterway. east of Warfield Avenue for the Rose, owner and operator of a
at the dedication of the which followed. South County Venice property owners protested The action was tabled at the proposed high.level bridge over Plamore resort on Myakka Ri*>

t" new package store will newly completed post office The dedication address was the proposed change recommendation of Mayor the canal and its approaches. er south of Venice e. .
*'ate under the name South I building It was sent by Rep. made by R L.I: Thompson, director from' Residence 1 to Residence Smyth D Brohard who suggested Brohard suggested that the He was charged( with con
'") ce Liquors Inc.. with I James A Haley, who was unable of the local services di Puts 'Crusade 3. In denying the change, Council a meeting between the interested SRD be asked to also take over verting to his own use $1,508
"'ph DeBenedictis as owner. I to attend but was repre. (Continued on page 2) upheld the recommendation parties to clear up several the remaining 600 feet of roadto given him by Rose to apply on r

rp) ation papers filed by ; -- -- .. of the Zoning Board of Ad questions about the proposed the proposed new U.S. 41 a mortgage held by a loan md
Venice law firm of Boone, jUAtment. rlght-of-way transact.Ion. bypass for maintenance and savings associationDinkins .

.'n and Isphording were is-I .Ua"M1TED I .ST Over The TopThe The proposed rezoning of the (Continued on rage 2))

j t' week by Secretary of entire block was Initiated by -
''J'e Tom Adams. : TEs.1 South County once again City Council after a petitionwas NevI
Benedicts, the son of Mr. I. went over the top in its contributions received from Dr Edward NPC Library Branch i
* Mrs. Peter DeBenedictis to the 1064 Cancer H. Wyman for the rezoning of I

Sc :h Venice, I Is the owner POST Crusade, Mrs Charles McG one lot in Block 103 for use as Grace Church

,a fuel 1 and air conditioning Roberts, area campaign chair professional offices. The request
rt j in Carmel, N Y. nan, announced this week. was referred to the ZBA Green
It I, i Coleman said futures Mrs Roberts, South County which recommended against it Given LightThe
of DeBenedictis include fund-raising chairman for 17 on the grounds that it was spot I MinisterThe

development of the sixAe '1 straight years, said the 1961 zoning,
buildings he now owns : OSPREY FLORID quota was exceeded by nearly The ZBA however went onto I Sarasota County Commission porary basis until fastgrowingNorth Rev Ed L. Dinkins has

I South of Cyro's Venetian $((2000 suggest that Council initiate I Port is in position to establish been assigned as minister of
4n. (!formerly Early Wynn "fi'( 3355* ry -. The veteran South County the rezoning from R.1 to R-3 i has cleared the way its own library. Grace Methodist Church in

. e ) into a shopping center : ancer drive chairman said of the entire block and several I for a branch of the Venice Public The NPC Woman Club Is Venice to succeed the Rev

I expansion of the package I "IJ' I collections in this year's drive more blocks. Council then Initiated Library to be established in acting as liaison with the Venice Miles DePagter who resigned
I $9400. The 1964 quota request for rezoning( to YMCA work in
"f. ito a bar and grille. totaled the North Port Charlotte library in interesting all to return
"one incorporation by the seerI' I ',,. for[ the South County was $7,- only Block 103 The commissioion, which civic and service organizationsIn Sarasota.
The block for which the rezoning John Loui Joae
the 300 The Rev.
authorizes .
of .,
state '" contributes to the support of the project and NPC Councilwoman
of Mrs. Roberts commended the was sought Is directly will continue as minister at the
">r:. of 7,000 shares i Thelma Roeder has
the Venice Library, approvedthe
"real. from M t h o d t a t
volunteers who, she said, across NokomIs Avenue Venice-Nokomis e
''It share I
at $10 per t proposal at a meeting attended been placed in charge of the
ly went to work" after a last the Venice Hospital property Church
Rockwood effort Mayor
Tuesday by cooperative by
minute appeal shortly before Mr. Dinkins come to Vn

the campaign officially closed. Bullard General, library Development president.Corp. I Flavlus Bullard Wood Is meeting with the ce from a pastorate at frost
ot Clearingest She also expressed her appreciation First National proof, In the Lakeland district
in North Port
to all the contributors has made available a room in I Woman Club The ministerial assignments
for the to work out details to get
VenIce the NPC Civic Center today Bishop
news media and the were announced by
Thursday and Englewood banks for branch library. I the branch in operation shortly James W Henley at the close
their excellent cooperation." Tops $5 MillionThe The branch will be on a tem I af the Florida Methodiat Conference

Mrs Roberts said several In Lakeland.

reuit Court Judge John hundred dollars of the total First National Bank of I Wolfer Hurt In Ski MishapLarry I

ice lrday has in set Sarasota for hearing a case next memorials contributions to were deceased given cancer as Venice which holds the title of Larry Student

King the fastest growing new
living constitutionality of patient And she added that lacerations. The ligament
Wolfer, Little League leg
make bank on the west coast of FlorIda ,
isota controvers'ot >other persons wishing sewed back together and
County's was
clearing act contributions in memory of went over the $5 million baseball star, was injured Sunday his other injuries treated and Ads

""e act has been challengedAero ancer victims should send the mark In deposits this week in a water skiing accidentand he was released late Sunday

Inc. which owns prop. hecks to her together with Board Chairman George E.. will be out of baseball for from Venice Hospital
In the Golden Beach sub he name of the deceased to Younpberg and President William of the STUDENT WANTS employ
C. reported that at the rest season. Wolfer had started the pres-
don' in the Venice area. aarw 3 eceive a for card the gift.of acknowldgement the close Payne of business Monday Wolfer, 13-year-old son of ent Little League as a memberof ment at Service Station Wiling or
'bert Aero vice- Some experience
Mahon Mr and Mrs. Ralph Wolfer the First National Bank larage
'ident' tr'espas. charga Funds collected In the South deposits totalled 510382433. to learn. Max Howard, 48'
filed Little League
will be turned over to Total assets were listed at 725 Cadiz Road, flipped on an team In the Senior -
April eqalnst a bulldoz- bounty unit of the $5802,071. oyster bar while coming in fora An all-round athlete, he S168

operator who attempted to --.- the Sarasota County by These figures represented an landing during a skiing out pitched two games this season CARE of
, sub'ion American Cancer Society I WILL TAKE your
r lots In Golden Beach don Mattel) In the old channel oft Snake and also played other positions,
the clear- Ooiulottor photo br Irs. Roberts at the June meet [increase of $302,705 in depositsand ing most precious possessions
No. under second
2 the $364.719 in assets since the Island including shortstop, sit
office was dedicated at 8 p.m. today at Reliable, experienced
brand post
act ng
Osprey1* due the base, centerfield and rightfield
DEDICATION The accident was
AT ank'i most recent published 4B8-M86
Sarasota. Janice Jessup,
and Post Bank er
"tforccment of the act has last Saturday at a ceremony attended by area Palmer statement of condition last low tide prevailing in the area As a Little Leaguer last season

''e to a standstill pending Office Department notables. Shown here in front of the L.new Ar- HEINZ BABY FOOD-Strata. March 31. In which young Wolfer had been he led in home runs He CHINA BERRY TREES 80

"rt action on its validity bul left to right: Venice Postmaster R.Douglas L. Thompson.dfrectoJ id, 3 for 19 cents: Junior' size The Bank has been in opera a frequent skier, I hit a ame-wlnning homer this cents apiece. Makes beautiul !-
oSprey Postmaster Lynn H. Thames' service divln.ion. .. 10 cents II !jar at PUBLIX Ion slightly over 14 months, He suffered an Injured left season in one of the games he shade trees. Call Scott ERBefIcld -
OLONIAL or DIXIE SUGAR of the Post Office aidentosC local JamesA IUPERMARKET In the Venice having opened Its doors for houlder, a severed ligament played, and won both of those 4S8-2637I .

r.:1:Ibs K in for the 37 Rialto rents at Shopping KWIK Atlanta; and C. L Lamar, (Shopping Center, business on March 29, 1362. I m tie) left knee and body and he pitched. )

tar, Haley


---- ;,:

. Parney Williams, Nokomis Townley. Millport seven broth REZONING BID CAPITOL FLAG I Lots To Learn

OBITUARIES Funeral services will be held I ers, Jerald and Kenneth Town. Girl Scout CampAt (Continued froth Page 1))

I today at 2 p.m. at the Churchof try Elmira, N. Y ; James and (Continued from Page 1)) vision from the Atlanta region At Ocala CiUt1p

J MARVIN I, CARVER illness he had been employedby God in Laurel with the Rev Francis Townley, Dundee N. repair. al office of the post office department .

'ti i Marvin J. Carver 36, a resident the Florida Forestry Ser. Joseph W. Morgan officiating Y.; Richard Townley, Millport; The city also wants to rc- Warm SpringsExcitement How to rig a Ole
I Interment will follow in the Nokomis Jack Townley N. Y. move and keep for its own use
Mrs. John M. Hamlln who and ,
\ which I ,addfe ttdtjm0
,, here for the past 29 years, vice.Mr.. Carver was a memberof Cemetery. and Carrot J. Townley Pine 51 Canary date palms fo formerly served as a clerk i b

died Tuesday at the Bay Pines the Church of God in Laurel. Rawles Funeral Home li in Valley, N. Y. ; three sisters now line the center of the dual. is mounting and I when her husband was post small parts of the UtI
Ellanor lane parkway. The trees are a host of area Girl! Scouts gram tralnlnc
Veterans Hospital charge of arrangements Verier Washington D. master was a special guest at the Y PI
Survivors include his widow valued at more than $4.000. Brownies preparations are Conit"1
I C. Mrs. Doris Mill- as tins
Thomas Camp In
; of the
I and reviewed the history the
Born In Arcadia Mr. Ceala
Carver Mrs Loa A Carver Nokomis; MRS MARY THOMPSOVMrs : port, and Mrs Betty Gallagher, A reverter clause also has underway for Mondays open. office. al Forest which ut

moved here from that town. his father, Jack Carver, JJoko- Mary E. Thomnson. 80, Elmira N. Y. been included by the city in ing of the annual one week Osprey Mrs. HamUn post related the post annual camping bealnslll i J
A heavy machinery operator I the deed submitted by the Gulf Coast Girl Scout Day .esaiOQ
sister of Pat Val.
sisters Mrs of Sarasota Funeral services will be held started In the living
mis and two JaneE office
he resided on the Venice ByWay WCIND so that the street would at Warm Mineral 14.The
: In Nokomls. Prior to his Widden, Venice and Mrs I do, veteran Ringling circus official this morning at 10 o'clock in revert back to the city in the Camp room of Mrs. E. M. Webb in Youth ,
died Sunday at a Sara. the Rawles Funeral Home Springs 1879 and its own building was Camp operated by Con.el'Yttior,
__ rest home.Requiem event it la not used for construction According to Mrs. John M. th,
got C
a Chapel, EJnglewood. Officiatingwill constructed on the Trail in and Fresh Waler '
of the proposed water. chairman, a wide varietyof Fish :
celebrated West
t mass was be The Rev. William L. 1927 and served the commun. lion, provides educml
EPIPHANY SCHOOL at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. way span. events and Interesting actlvl-
Everhart pastor of the Engle. until the newly occupied conservation
Martha's Catholic Church In The Council, in other action; ties have been planned for thescouters ity and nature !"
Community Presbyterian' Approved a contract with the emphasis on building was completed. through participatirj.ll"lidoor ;
4 Rarasotn!' 'with the Rt. FevM'gr with the
SUMMER SESSIONS Church. Interment will be in Saturday's flag raising cere.moony activities! Th.on
Greiner of/
Charles Els'ander officiating J. E. Co. Tampafor learning, safety and fun
t Gulf Pines Memorial Park. consultation was in charge of Tamt opens June 14 ean,"

j Starts Monday, June 15 Ends July 20 Memorial<<. Burial Park.was In Manasota MRS. JOSEPHINE LAMDANMrs. services engineering on updating the city'sairport There units have organized been three on canoeIn special ami Memorial of Foreign Post Wars.8118, Veterans first through two Aug. 13,and however COIIllnu,

Mrs Thompson was born: at master plan and draw ?, bicycling and language. camping .ea.iOlll.
I Arithmetic, English, Reading, Spelling Binghamton, N. Y., and came Josephine Lamdan 73, ing<< up an approach plan. The language: unit will stress The dedication invocationwas for and opening retnaUlIIII.
given by the Rev. C. W. period
from Margarita Street Warm Okayed a plan for beautification arts and crafts as well as July 1-18.
to Sarasota five ,
;; I I year ago the Springs, died Sunday at of the Venice Little learning to speak basic Spanish Jones pastor of the Osprey l lAug.. 1, Aug. 2-8 and lul
St Petersburg She was
Church of and the benediction
widow of Dr William J. the Sarasota Nursing Home. Theatre by the Men' Garden God
I A native of New York City, 'Cub and the VLT and agreedto Those scouters planning to by the Rev. Edward Boys and girls between
I CLASSES STAGGERED Students Under Supervision At Thompson, a neurophychlatrist Owens of the of 10 is
she came here from New Yorkin install a blacktop parkingarea take part In canoeing should Osprey Baptist ages and 18 may
All Times Open to Both Epiphany end Public School : for manv: years at the Pough. 1958 Church. complete Information obtarn
d I' keepsie. N. Y., Hospital. for the use of the theatre bring either a life lacket or a and
Student I Besides Mr. Valdo survivors Survivors Include her husband -:and the Teen Haven youth cent ski belt the first day and be Besides Thames, the present plication for camping nk

I MRS. VIRGINIA MILLER, Teacher include a nephew in CaMomia; Irving Lamdsn of Warm ter.Turned i nble to swim. for 10 minutes post office staff Includes Her. vations by writing the yatF
I I Mineral Spring; one son, L. over to Public Works Those In bicycling should bring bert Whitflcld clerk; Ida A. Conservation Camp, Garne
and niece in !
San Marco DriveHelpful a Indianapolis
245 K Lamdan, Mellow Park San Director Guy Curwood for re- their bike to the bus stop the OsRood, substitute clerk; and Fresh Water Fish Comrniat.Ocala. .-

DON BORDER Francisco Calif}tone daugh. port s complaint from Hazel first day and they will be transnorted William J. Luptak custodian. .

Don ofSmittv' ter. Mrs Ernest Schwartz and Theo Dandridge on the to the camp site by Mrs. Former post office employes
Border. 51 1. manager Hillsboroueh, Calif. and six condition of property adjacentto West and who are still patrons In FLAG DAY
Beefeaters Room in
granddaughters.Funeral the Hazel D Shop. The bus schedule will be as addition to Mr. and Mrs. Ham-
Fort Myers and a former business services will be at Approved the elevation of follows: Englewood School list, Include Mrs, Mary Shu. Flag Day wiu be obler.1I

associate of Venice con the SHni: Funeral Home In San James Lindsay to assistant leave Sam. return 4:30: p.m.; mend Mrs Mary Thames and Sunday at 2,30pm. .t the !
tractor Jack C Lenhart died Elkl
Francisco, Calif., with Inter. superintendent of the city watt Nokomis Sundries leave 8:23: Coleman M. Reese. Hall. Taking part will ,
at Fort hospital. ? Ibt
Saturday a Myeri .t the Salem Memorial Guests at the ceremonies in- Elks
ment er department. Venice Does and
l. a m return 4:05: p.m.; repl'esenllti,
P-irk 'n- thatCltv: Turned over to the police department Elementary School, leave 8:30: eluded State Reps. Jack Has- of the American Legion *"
Mr Border moved Telersburg
to St.
Rawles Funeral Home is In !son and Russell Jordan County Senator
in 1939 where he the names of eight a.m., return. 4 p m ; North Warren He1derson,
operated charge of local arrangements. local firms delinquent in Commissioners L. L. Parker the Principal
drive-in restaurant with pay Port Charlotte leave (I'M: a.m., beu speaker. Tbt
a Ing occupational licenses. Fred Halgh and Masel Huston, public Is Invited
D In 'return 3:3: p.m., and Camp arrive
m Mayor Smyth Brt>herd.
FLOYD A. GARDNER Venice Postmaster
Douglas L.
Bam. return 3:30 and
1941 both moved to Venice
iewaat; Funeral services for Flovd A Births leave for trips home. Arnall and officials of other Agrostologlsls or .
r4 AVENUE VENICE where they opened the city's (ri II
223 W, MIAMI
first pack acre llauor store Gardner, 73 Short Road, Nokomis C.AM. Loeelllcoutf'rI and Brownies post liceof surrounding perts. don't believe chtrnw.

Later Mr Border was associated who died Tuesday In the Eattowooil" win, K.lh D.nld M.rkmll attending and the number of communities. are the ultimate mwn t
l.r. h"m JJ (ill m. crab ra... The best
Sarasota Convalescent: Home, un. L their troop are Bobble Adrian lona'flliI'
with Lenhart in the I '
MnM. Ch.rll. RPr
TCR Mr wi4
Burial contracting business. He also will be held tomorrow afternoon Jr., 'dlu ., t.ln, d.\i.til.r,, not .."Pl ed 303; Pamela Bnudreau 75; Great remedy U to improve th, Jso .
former at 2 o'clock pt the Rawles .. t, ki. lun. D. Twin Ave .t e:4a Gina' Brown 75; Mary Butler, businessmen are like that a strong, thick-to d
was a trumpet player
r' with the Sammy Kav orchestra Funer"l Home Chapel. The! m, twin .-- 305; Paula Cotherman. 75; Ro- great politicians in one respect I desirable grass will WKh
Rev. John L Jones, astor of della Cowan, 240; Vickie Cow.an -they sense what the people the seedlings of cribgniiloni
in the "big band"
era. Hospital ReportAnMloanvs ,
and to
want try give it to them.
Allowances Methodist <> before they
Survivors Include his wife, the Venice-Nokomis 75: Jennifer Curwood. 75; mature.
Church will! officiate and Inter. Janet Duke 139 Duke -- -
; Mary ,
Frances, and a son, Gary. lu. It ViMrrt M. Rink North Port
t ment will be in the Nokomis ChtrloU.1 T....uh. E. D n.., Nrl onI., 91 ; Melissa Edmondion, 303;
c Our personalized service Includes essy Fbtrmr." K.llwk, V.lllr.' | ErKMtln.FlmhOT i
Cemetery, Shadon Keeter, 73 Sabra Mai.
MRS. !MARINE T. KELLY Vmloi Dnrolhr A. Friufr, ;
perienced aiiittance In helping the family Mrs Maxine T. Kelly 87, A ploe fitter. Mr. Gardnerhad V.nlre i Je.nn..U F T..h... V.nk.' left, 303; Susan Reiter. 73; i g'lUtelto1 9Joma
Jun. 41 C''... M.x..rll, North Port akQal
in 1958 and
retired Pamela
file for any Social Security and veterini' Holiday Shores, South Mans- hirlotui, )10"'. Bmn..t, V.nl." ",.1. Smith 303; Marcia f
tote Key died Monday mom. here el'ht years ago from De. ,.T Morrl.. North Port O.r'',""; Elli.. Stephens 305; Barbara Thomp. '
benefit which be due.
may ing at the Sarasota MemorialHospital / troit. M'ch.' }fIt was a rnernher lotli Fmlwoodi' Taylor'.' F Luunlf.r. Morllmw, M.rth.. rn.k.ead 1. l Carter l lOllhrrt ;.: yon, 75; Pam Trimmer, 305 and 265 Nokomis Aw V.nlc.
following a brief Ill of the Pipe Fibers :Local No. C. Pleat, Latent! Run.ll Kl.lt Tally West 75.
(H8 in Detroit Hs was born in Yene. According to Mrs West, girls -, _
ness. En.I..4
3 Niles, Mich. Mr Gardner wasa It Ruth Mokmlikn l N.n.B. .: interested in attending but not e-
A native of Dundee, N Y i.br air M.rkmllhr. En.lntoo< I W
? member of the Senior Citizens I. Low.. VmlM.Jur registered should call her at
Mrs Kelly cam here five
,. Mrrhwwn. Vrnle
It M.riirM
Club here.Survivors .
years ago from Millport N. Y Jun. tl Albert,. Roth, North Part O.r-5 488.6633.
Survivors include include his 'widow, 'Irtt.l, ".'.n M. flrlnrr' V",''.: Ch "
her husband Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner of No- Intu M. Lull. V nk.l C.rln. D. I 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 481-2291
Max Kelly, Manasota Cohb.. Tunp.I Wllll.m tXinrr. V.nr
Key, and two sons, Scott and I Vomls and one cousin Mrs. Jun. It fullu C. WIII"1I..h" Pert
Pearl Ruckland of Collins N.Y. Oi.rtoM.I lark
Crate, Manasota Key.: Th.M.. Nokomttl, Ixlorn Do.nlrr .
Other survivors her PmlnrOMl' I I WllH.nl V.n H... Jr? I Doubt the obstacles
I sees
are parents WEATHER Vn'Ie.l, i P.trlrl. A. C.rn.,. NoVomU. (Continued from Page 1))
96 W. 'R80RN AVENUE ENOLEWOOr.me.Jet Mr and Mrs Perry Jun. tt Coll.n Futeh., Plirldal' BrShwroi.n. his father in business I Faith always sees the wayl

'R'' "d1 ....."..."_........"..............................."... High Low Rain eaten. "...Id.Nokoml, Gou.l Bah..,. Oihorn.OlrU (II"Ven.lr.i ;n.l I. Just installed! as secretary of Doubt ii the dar "t night
TNIO1lR'l ( June 3 87 71 Mind Willi...., V.tiic.. "....on the Venice Jaycees he is taking Faith always tees the day!
OF[THE ALLEN June 4 88 70 W. W.lkvr' Vent.nrrnrIO' | funcht. an active role in the 4th of
!:> 30WLIIRULEFUNERAL Iemek.l.CI.rten, X. Bur... L.erell, loubt dreads to take a Up
Convalescent and June S S5 71 .35 Julv festivities they are
aw&S Row i> CaTlU, VmlMl' Gary D. Franck sponsoring Faith always soars on highl!
J Nursing Home June 6 88 70 .08 Vwlra. serving as concessions '
HOMEW DISCHARGES Doubt quotient, "who be levesl"Faith
l June 7 88 77 ........ ... chairman
': i 24 Hour Nursing Service 10. 1, Kobnt >b ( .Indl. I always answers, "II"!"
June 8 88 71June Fnvl.wmdi' .I How.H Aldr l. Nokoml. : Johnston's appointment to
: Phone Venice 4882702 : I Tt,..... Lender Nokoml. Btiforl "...Ia.R .
9 M 73 the office was made byFrank
lit PONd 01 LEON APR _.. Gal l..otto T..w taptr.d atL.president. j Our Service; Art Aroilaklt/ To All Rtgardliu/
-.--.........,........-.-.............,... Rain for Month .. . .41 I IIi Foster, new state J
vim 4t M.rl. Elliott, V...,,..: BrdHolllntwrortn He will replace lust I Iyear's I of Financial C/rcvmsfonc/
V.nlo.1 P.nl Toner,
Vrnio., | Ad.lr "'......, Vmk"' coeditor, Alan Gold. t........ I. ".Ia.. std Parld.
t Jun. It Murth.. Carter Enl: ',"rocd. farb, of Ft. Pierce who will' .
Rein K.,.... t. VmlMl' Ann. MMtirh, be editor this
.1 V.nle.1 Lolo Rolh, VaSt, More Mdn.Gnll year
,"roo Jun. I. Mlldml Brink, Perth Port --11. ail* tWA9ReYMi
Ch.rMt.1 Lllll.n Brown, Vmlwl, Al.ma .
Celemun l Bore Grand l Dorothy
rraMr. Vralot' Howard Johtinn Vm.In .
t Frank Landon, North Port rh...
CHEVROLET "lotut Penned Uonard. Von'|M; Maud.
Ii S>lllk.n, Enilrwoodl" I Fllt.brlll Taylor,
Uur.li Jam.. Taylor. Nokoml.
Jun. ti Bean Ann Younl. V.nl..
Jun. It Nll Low, VmiMl W.lurMorrla
North Port Cbarlott.' ) Far
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; and Bah Bo,. Enilmroodi I, Blla. D.vi.
N.,,., Gllbrrt Fleet l..ur.l : Charlotte
Lau, Vmlotl. Ortha Kohll Vmloa,

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SICE It 1944
nea) of the eye being waiped

nOOP2i Scutasjeport Venice East Eye. Deficiencies Listed By Dr. Luck I or pointed Astigmatism distorted.out, may, Dr be simple Luck or

it can exist along with far or
GrouperaicksOnReef II J SALLY STt'BBS The four common deficiencies \ly results from the eye being ed his listener. than In the oppoalte plane lear-slghtednesa and at any
I A visitor that plague most human I ton long from front to back I This condition can sometimes the speaker explained He sa ge. Lenses are the only meaMif
Alee home at the Herbert Mc'I I Komerv, The next meeting will vision. are hyperopia. myopia and may be considered an overdeveloped be corrected with read in viewing the letter "T" In an r correction, he added
Blvd at 138 Venice' East be July 13 and any resident of presbyopia and astigmatismDr I eve in which the processes in'lla88.', however, it distant : upright position the bottom In closing, the speaker explained
[ I I Mr. C"ii M Mrs Cosle MrAtee from* mothei' : Venice Kant ia eligible formt'mb..ralup Luther Luck local optometrist of growth. ha\e exceeded vision Is blurred bifocals mav leg of the "T" may be clearer that the four dcficien-
Mobil than the opposite
.Ma Mri and will be mom told fellow members of the normal limit he said be prescribed Dr Luck added or sharper d le* are not the only defects ofI ..
Co-tie "
Lf, numberi of grouper here Ip'pr'l| .'eeka plan and to on May her welcome at the meeting Ihe Venire Klwanis Club at In Ihe majority of cases. Dr "Ant lmatl..m. Is a condition blurred top part of the "T. 'I I I'the eye. Others, he said, In.

,? 0r..asional! barracuda leturn trip nhe will be accompanied -0- their Wednesday noon meet Luck pointed out the eye remains of the eyi wherein vision ia This condition .la usually caused I elude citaracts, glaucoma, and
I r'' ,' cai'Jht' on the art!. bv her daughter and Albert Gnglia flew In and ing. healthy and distant visual clearer in a certain meridian! by the front surface (cor- degeneration of the retina.
It established In the niwtddKuph'er' Marie While I Hew out of hi* Venice Rant Stiipped of its technical< acutity can be corrected --
S Or Douglaii l E, Wuliamdnt in Mobil
D. of the Venice ronl '1 oth.?' rtmioht r and la t week Thu mav b* the everyone expenemes farsightedness appropriate If'l\ u. "'' > T' ., ;r."I"' ;
ii' f' ">pi 1 Scuba. Diving familr the J. R. Romano. Lit- last trip buck until he retirea near-sightedness blurred Forties Turning Point 1' T' ,'iT '" I' v'. "\ .:

i- 'U I'e' Mnne i i" moM excited over on Dec. M 1. IBM He! report* vision or astigmatmm. \ A\) ; : :.(' .
,, -t by the club to do I the trm an not 0'11"1'iII\ heee he ban Hold his home in Swathmoie some period In his life and the Blurred near vision Is a condition .: : .. > 1 : '" .J'.! ,
,h rojnr at the reef lantthwnrted ho. OrrMoa Con'e' but her Pa, no he will be readv condition must be corrected by that may appear as I .' ; ; "i :'"....:r\f,': .,,or : I It.
> bv him Aunt to become appiopiinle' Ipn.1"Ion\ glasses, early as the ape of 40 or as > rk, 'J t; ; :> \ ,. ,,
PnUy RO'TIllnO< ) >> three a permanent reni- the { '. < .' ,, : -11,
., late as 48 to 48, speaker '
and dirty water hed littl dent heie when hI th speaker said. l1h"
pI bov anl on-, little\ gutfor leave Cur- he ; :.f.J: ..,'
and explained achild'
her to play with 1i Publishing Co in Dwem- Dr Luck explained that the said _". .,... '
of clear
nearest point
the .. .
\ rnion reported her. optics of the refractive system" /
-o- vision is onlv a few Inches
[ ( 'd liVe to amk a cecV of th* eyes are subiect to er- '
Jjht in the Mm srell toer Dr and Mr.. A. T Moor! of -0 lor and this departure from from the eve. With age. the -
I inrpue the number of 162 Ven'ce Rant l Blvd will leav.ing A v'fitor' at the home of Mr, noimal J Is the basis of the four nearest point of clear vision )/ f'"
, tfre, and ",ked that anykm next! week for n hort utay \ f>nd Mra. F H Tracv i i. MM. most common ocular (roubles recedes out past normal read .
i"K "i vRHabl in their !t. Loum.; Mo. home! *'nrv I.. Thomas of Miami' Burn Tar.sluhted' me! distances. ThAt Is why ..- "
III They will aofirt mu"h of their *1rl. Thomas i* omter of MrTi fnther or grandfather Is forced ..
III th. h can be donated to I I. a Far-si"lie( !\lne' Is a condition ,,
\I I : time with Mi" MI,'''.e'* t "v" i 1' '.u-v rn<( while, nhe wa* herei of the eve whxh reannp" to hold the newspaper at arm'slenuth
46831. I
11. --- Mr r. t M '"op' M \\ho lne i.1of'V vi.itM anott' nnrer1W l extra effort on the part nf the for reading he remind-
.. .... in Rubuitwn St 1.ollia. I | iJiiny Seegcr in St Petersbur inner-eve muscle to maintain

-0- *. dear vision. he rjom'ed! out

LOST Th regular montVv m"et'rig ...0- Since praoticnlly all eve. are Retirement Fund
of the Venice Pono' fnr-si iohte" at birth the snenkr -
Community Np' <""ora und fnenH. of thRimer .
ill whit m.l. eat tattMII A".n wa h"ld Monday night I H"rleern huve been receivin" said small amounts of this
June 8. in the condtt-on are usually not cor
office of
the de.
IdII IIIt "esf Municipal Trailerrl. ve'onmcnt' admin;= t rat Ion pictur* pout oard from rec'ed ...h"reas l IAr"O amounts Near % Billion
them at regular intervalu' The (ire! corrected with glasses for
huild '
the <
having i c. At bu-'ne!" mM "o'-'mpr1c. ho v. be' fro"' Go'- ,
.. >. .. Anvon* nyBlorm n instant wesrN'srs'htedness.
the ..
mg cond reading of thebvbwi ..
, an-l Alin f in Sweden \- l t.
.*ion WK. como'-ted' A 1'10-' a condition Retirement funds for Florida
' I from 0 lo and Bor..r "n of the' whrm dis, ,
'wI cill! hour followed" tSe mlet'nl' ( stnte and local governmentemplojeea
I PHONE 488-174J and refreshment were nenedh I Non a-' and. from Hel"'nM and tent vn'on' is b'urred' while have swelled by 78
Tu"'ni' >n F "'end 'o thev are I -,.A' vi.( 'on l t. eood\. This usual.!
\' a romm" 'ee C'om'n'.1 of reallv around per cent during the past five
I evidently getting
Coetnll St.
924 Mr Wilbur Funk MM Le tr ;vears compared with a nation
IIiJs David and Mm Jame Mont- I -0"i" mMr.'el! LutHercnCt 1 al ,ain of 59 per cent, the Florida

_. - -------- !""o t'. ".......1 ....oL State Chamber of Commerce Fimblw CUM*770 four Ooo.8M nPOWERFUL
n'l me Mr and fir*. Rain* h"i-ch School Plans reported in its Weekly
C Mo" '0.'II' v 111 l,, Kv Th. Moffitu. \ bo"ththe Completed pan! ha\'" been "These retirement funds in
Vo.. mrv'el house rm Venice announced for the- Vacation I Florida: stood at a total ofJ429
Fe.t Boulevard and mo"f'd! Bible School at I Ihe Emmanuel .623000 at midyear 1963
1111 in ,la,.. week. Mr Mn'.,itt, notired Lutheran Church to be held bejlnrinj Making up the total were $274 This smart and sporty Rambler Classic has more V-8 power
... Monday and concluding Invested In federal -
o\'n" '.-are 'ore in LOXI''"T"'' on Friday June 26Tre securities; $33,279,000 than the standard V-8 in a top-size Ford or Chevrolet, has
th for the school this
me securities-
; other government :
T\oo" "r. p" ctin. or.at in
,, a vear is "God. Mv Countrv and securities of private handles and parks a lot easier, costs
IM, of I'n."v t**'. tiv'pi '* $89.4!'9 000 in virtually the same room,
I I." The sc'iool' \ will run from .000in
and $11 W>0
I tev' hev five ch'ldren end companies:
until \11 :SO am each week big advantages at no extra cost
'!'ra"rtc"lr.' ', nn4 fev are 11 I rush and deposits- the over $230 less, and has many
-,II cnm'n' to v'KOT" a" at dav Chamber repoited"During > of
le t-rne. Mr Ede ov F ]M.f:+'. Otto; I/aeller.will. be superintendent the fiscal yesr 19fi3.!)/ that they don't have at all. What's more, with the savings

.... o''''! t on. .'111 rom I' ""t', for the school ond the Ihe funds were augmented by and
.. teschTS, irc'ude' \ Mrs RichaidGyorkss Rambler can keep your budget happy
h', ''''f! ""i !o"r c""r." .. ., Ml 517.OflO in employee contributions this big-room you
Akron Ohio, Mr Pan'. ]M-'fit. and Annet'e Riegenurs and and $284P8000, the like reclining bucket seats,
ry; Mrs Nev'n Paas still splurge on sporty options
r mm i'''er at the rhirch of Mrs. state-local government portion
Orl! !t in A'lcn. T.xnII' lovce Philm. Lerew McDomld.primary liinor h'gh' In addition the fund earned console floor shift (manual or automatic), power steering,
br'n' h'. w''lfo rnd fmir, rl-'ld- Wolf and Sue $17.319.000 during the year. ,
rnof Mrs Edward
ran (*unr, hvaeeKo". Two Mil'er juniors Balanced against these 1963 brakes windows..or whatever. So come on and have
Your valuable* and important papers dal'.ht'ra ulto live In "' '''''1'0 Various activities' are planned receipts were" $21,054000 paid ,
\**\ ere Bett" (]Mr. Joo"- for tho students and re- in benefits to retired public fun. Take a look at this powerful surprise at your Ramble,
shouldn't be left at home, either Of "rd F Her,01< JlI) r' '"1 Man' will" be served under employees and $10177,000 to
.nd H'rroi'lIhree fre.hm.n'l who elected when can make extra saving
with lee Mo'Mt th. the direction of the ladier former employees dealer..especially now you
lake them .
course )jou can't you rh'Mr'-i' will ,,1'0' actomn to withdraw their funds"
of the congregation
wherever jou go, but >ou can take ,them. a h bachelor.re Dnlv: la one clo cnJame e. Rambler Classic-the big buy

I them to a safe deposit box in our vault enough to make vekend c..lln YOU CAN SAVE WAYS II III
he redden. 'n Miami Tie 3
Come in; learn how little it costs to get MoffitU hrou'ht aorne' of their during the Big Rambler Selling Spree
cherih antioiien with h"mto On Auto Insurance
the best protection for the possessions and MrMoffitt'n RATES rlt nt baNd on manufacturtrs' augit d retail prfcas for
their nr>w home I 1. NEW LOW Comp Mat boKt.
t r
V S *
wilt ongm
01"0. as ahe l la *n 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS top-Hot 4-door Mdant
j you want to safeguard. accomo'lphed musician; having 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
atuHied at the Met in New
VENICEi<: Fn'land with. Sophie Newcomh -
,in Vew Orleans and at ft9M"6 MOTORS INC.
. NOKOMIS ?* T"aM Tenn' Belmont in Nashville ,

Venice Fla.
BANK ** Fthiopian Emperor Haile Sela S SfH e W. Venice Avenue 915 S. Tamiami Trail

,. titlei include that =1=' 1 Telephone: 4B8-22BO .1
POBIPIA' 'e whose Wedllnday ever-
Show oo
''of Conquering Lion of Judah, -\of.'" MM U A-ard-Wtnontg DeMyl.aye

"Sarnofa Coun/y'i Oldett' Sank" I keeps pet lion*. cheetahs andleopards __'fill -
palace --. __ .., III F_ .ruot 1111
in his imperial ; -
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Retail Sales Coca-Cola Pepsi-Col a, Diet Drinks 7-Up G

Old Milwaukee; Pa bit Butch and other popular soft drinks ry
alrverla" Carlingi Canadian OLD MILWAUKEE REGULAR SIZE KING
At $5 BillionThe 16.0x' SIZE
I Nail, Bohemian Ballentin 6 pak C 6 pak C 6 pak ta
retail value of food, r
beverage, and tobacco i In J1or- 6 pak Schlih 6 pak carton: 44 carton: 33 carton .J E ViA
Ida will approach $S billion annually $ 6 pak
18 C 12ci.bottles.
by 1975. ;'arton plus JiJ
; This long-range forecast was 12.0x. 1 98 78 deposit deposit <

( made by Dr. Stanley Rosen- n" 12.01. plus PRICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIIC( CHEK STORE. fA
berger University of Florida c deposit Venice
1. cans: Bradenton Store at 6832
t i marketing specialist, at the metto, Bradenton including: W,
> seventh of a series of nine conferencei II .....-
d j on Operation DARE
i the University of Florida' new
I plan to develop agricultural resource
I effectively.Discussing : tJ2 J jl10il1edlfiR"filEUEIIIIMIIKKATEI( -

A the yeals ahead the food Rosenbergersaid trade in I r\: .0 a BONUS OffER"

: "Greater sales will no to
the' alert farm and food' folks In
Florida The increase' In Flor Ji FREE 200 Extra
Ida' population to 8,200,000. r
coupled with larger incomes,
will) more than double tales in TOP VALUE STAMPS
food-handling ettablishmenU.. "
} # GET BEST BUYS r.saaif3erTAenP.dw .
By: 1(75 Rosenberger predicted
grocery: store will be realizing CU'RRiE\\ & IVES DINNERWARE
total tales of nearly $3 T 1
billion annually. Grocery: 1k C **a Cose U Al Kw* CM AW What DW.Storas .
wholesalers will be taking in QJ + ( LSHOPPING L\ AT KWIK CHEE Tar Sstarisr, bee IWi lE LtZ
over $500 million and eating CELT EN / QiS \ Uaft OM (eaves Offsr Par Fwlr Plow
places will tit- making
Effective JIM II Tart 1)
than $800 million a year. \ she Can Say More On Her Total Food Bud- Valuable itW 1

Bridge Scores STORE HOURS: got, Because Famous Quality Name-Brand
9 a.m. fo 9 p.m. Men. thru Fri.
And Meats And Product Set
9 to 7 Sat. roods QuaUty
I aebrad/_ lot, 1 ... a.m. P.m. WE GIVE

I-Mm MMtTH-BOimi,;.mM. O. laloe M< U veaotfrRTjMi Swerved TOP VALUE Fer Lass At Kwik CII.kI I II n-
bm..! ... IIH ,.. r .
r-M D A It tl) v sad Mra. STAMPS A. Iethaa
r. C.. Rardiwr. IIlMn. .... ,
M.rry U-r iet u>4 Mr.

I-....., U V. Pit.... ... Wren xJd." W-D Brand Quick Frozen Gov'L Insp. Grade A BeltsviSe
e.ho"fed' n. ; t
I. R. NwA.nd roL VlntPl. ;
I ......... I- R J. Rldloi and AI Jr'.n,... 0 ,
I.IIn'"d2........ J.., b. "It p... : 41p 3 9c
I-Mrs... J R. MorrH and Lee Ulan, Turkeys Avg.
4t4Mlu ... F
g.rmh riptr Mn. / 7.caMrs
Noolo.. 4m. M M4; !
W N. N mut A. 0. T
; 4-Hr.r.mpWII.. I.......41 O H 6.1. .. ... CoL Vln. : LYKES SUGAR CREEK Whole Or Shank Half 10-13 U. Aver eSmo. 11.111&$149
ti-nl...Dlon.. 0404.arid. .. reL
.gtodl. Jon. aril T M ,, .
I-MIT J G. Smith >n< T X. Th.v.r. A '

YAaMrs V, Carrie.Graff u< X... r. N. J Bam.Pee 45ctwo
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l-Mr NORTH-SOUTH. C. B. Brnnt ... Ue Elton, .

I f t-Mn.I-1d1.F K., J Hill...,.end G Nan K.I. II.and..,.Cat., .m. _lmUlUUlUUUUUiU_ limit One With $5 or More Order COLONIAL
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1-[II..UT.WEST.. Cl.r. Carbon ... II... J H. I I 100 EXTRA lOP lAMPS..... C
MorrK 107 .4r w. _......AN. ..... .1 ;;L; I!.
I l-Mra..... L. V, Plttnun. .. Mrnen W-O Brand reds ?;;: Sugar 5 s" 3 7
K< .nl.loI. "S Green Giese;
'-M... R. N... Gould ... Mr. J. J.0.al II round Bo.f 5 rV $199 u .
'lon.,. .. ... Gard Style
add 8" 1. I. I r.. e 4 err(wlk CMi t Wln-Obd(WMV.IM
NORTH-l'OUTH..... c ,. nah J..Ia K Wh.l.KdflMl
1- 1( V. Ertelueii/ and Mn ro..t.i .
G.,."?.. IO'. @mTfnrMIMlffnmrlJ> Limit One With $5 or More Order ASTORUmit
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I I-Mn. g. SelaeehiU' J. K.
1-Mrs. Y/rnn/ .Hub ea' II.. C Coffee' 49c )
rronll lOiVi I" 69c
--.N. T: N Mulhm. moi Mrs Lab. Boneless Roast. .
I I. U..1o 10'. M III 11
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'.,: i rips Vnlr hr.*n*Cmlrwt Mk, Lisa 8.,......Chb. Beef Stew, 5 I* "* 79e 703 Ea'LhJt
r With
r I One Your Choice $5 or More Order t
r. NnRTH OUTH fair
*-JJr .H rrr UftwmM Co J. Ira
,.'1. N. Sliced Bacon. Pt. 49c CNIct
--Mrm aeh.rrrd..d CeL VtwmahMri *

'J'I_ ...d 11Io. I. I. SLICED
j k.m.' 70%. Detergent
9 r 1-EAT...,..sod wEg'... ..- L. Y.- lt.odle. u.. f Liver . 39cPINKY
: t >>- C. *TTi t nJ M i. a ,.t..a, PICSkinless
I I I. '-*-a."'.- Xw KVTU w4 II... E-nars SPECIAL HOUSEWARE OFFERTables
J. SrlUttllUM, t UMMr. Wieners LtPS. 49c
'i .,< Mm. >. T. C.b UK. INSO wh

!, .,.:,. VAN Kt REN NSr AWARDS Pork Roast '" 49c BLUE 39c Giant 29c ARROW "V

:, Those type-mice are at it TARNOW PICKLE. PIMIENTO,OLIVE A. SPICED Pkg.
*(*ln. James Van Kuren waa KING SIZE C
;,. I awarded a National Science LuncheonSLICED 2 6.L wn 49t Sta/Ia/ A .uc..., 9 9 fa.TASTO'SE"'HE"'T&ERVI .
.: 1 i1 scholarship to attend 11IIata.t

I'. at RoUin the summer College math rather school thanat Fish Sticks ** *. "+ 79c Sardlales2. .51:25E. Sego 4: ''site: )100)
: NFL scholarship: The eon of
\ Mr and Mr*. David Van Ku- SUWANNEE RACKIN'GOOD
k I,. ren, James will be leaving for Smo. Sausage 39c : '
4 Rollins next week. He la a VHS Tomaloes s IOc !rig Bars uTwt 39
junior soon to be lenior, I

fl!, ',m'I SUPERBRAND Beans JO3 U JtSsz faa .1& Tolls Z I ; 39c
Margarine 2 u- 29c
as 'II '
Cheese 49e DiCe 5 LIonltfi" $ 00 Bread faeces49c a
I ', !sl::11 II fc.f CAR CRACKIN'GOOD e a .DELORES. CHUM & DAN.DE T..lI .. .

ft : -by- Can Biscuits a'LC 7c
Salmon4N Floo ;
'foil ; Bill Phllllps N' ukin29c n' Z'
Drunk driving laws tougher.
One European country hands
'2 out a mandatory I.year jail GARDEN GATE FROZEN SLICED IDAHO! VALLEY PP.OZEN 4

drunk term for driving.first California conviction now ot Str'berries 3 un9t. $100 French Fries 3 2-U.ltg. $100 ?


year Jail of term driving on a while second under! conviction Fruit Pies 3 Fer $100 Vegetables 2 s-u.ei.s $100 JUMBO SWEET PINK MEAT WESTERNCantalopes

i i j the influence, and a fine of at llttrS FROZEN FRUIT DRINK OR KICK'S

_L 0 least$1,000.$230 Driving and license not more must than also Lemonade 9 '. 99c Coffee Riche 29c -

r : J tc be lifted for 1 year. If you 3 f for $1.00 ,
drink don't drivel so EXTRA 1oP rAlut sTArs
; Gum robber dripping from I I ra w
treed Not *o much PA14CY SNOWIALL I '-'Sane
I Last year 7$% of aU anymore.U. S. SUPERBRAND AH Flavors Thrifty Maid I'I 9bg : i
t i Cauliflower
f Iytl 1 made rubber was synthetic. i Z9t I I e.drdasaMreal.r
I' Didn notice\ dillereneelD. ew .........Jwts
e, we pot every ear we take Ice Creosn FANCY JUICY YELLOW a _
tm on trade on our wed car -
ft.!: lot at 1M2 S. Tamiami Trail ICE MILK Lemons 1 dol. Z9
1 I'I here i in Venice? Not at all. W*
j 1 junk any of the can that are NEW CROP YELLOW I '
worn out. Other we wholesale 50 EXTRA rOf VALIII S1AWS

I\r : j to best out one of we state recondition markets. Th and Half 49C half Onions 3 lb. bag Z9 r -Peso atlere' 'd M'rn.P

;ly'II + put in top shape before offering Gale 38C SMIf Paper :: 39c
: them for sale on our lot gal I FANCY teEBEItG .......,...-.--

,i I 1 it 0 When FORD., come you You'll to need BILL like a the food PHILLIPS way used we i icar Lettuce 1 1 2 fer 35c 'QJmGU.I.U ;;;;;;;;;;'

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+ !I minimum New York standard Is establishing for construct ( A&. \ (WIShnlIVAhAISM1WWAn'Rn15'R'r: f'JlU.I.U( lUN.UIUI.IJUUfJW.J1I.NlIN.l\ i I

i' ion and Installation 01 SO EXTIA TOP VALUE.STAMPS.. > 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE S1AAtPS 50 EXTRA fOP.YAIUE STAMPS so_EXTRA...._fOP...VALUE.......i.aa STAMPS.. > SOUTBAIOfVAUIlSIAMJ_ __.....sad oMNk *
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\bItS I Overbrook Gardens NewsBy Venice Gardens News I County Is Third In Eve Pledges> I

Sarasota County moved into medical director of the Venice
MARY tt.: KRni D... third place In the state last Branch Eye Bank, said then
We offer our sympathy to returned -- -- By MRS. VICKI FREEMAN month in the number of donor I are :j2 counties, including Sara. I
0'1Ie' Mr. George Mayleben, 1993purview tog the funeral Saturday of from his attend. Tuesday to Saturday wood Road, entertained with Phone 488-6764 pledges to the Eye Bank sola County paltlcipating! In
Drive, In the death Of Mr Andrew Anderson uncle., two tables of bridge Tuesday. Dr. Douglas E. Williamson, the Eye Bank Program.
hii eWer, Miss Christine dens Calif Mrs of Pa. Mr. and Mrs Edward Me- Those who played were Mrs June if Recreation Month All these and many more programs
Jeben in Covlngton, Ky. MaY'1 companied Mr. Anderson ac Bride, Neptune !'/rive, are entertaining Ced Logan, Mrs Harold Anderson and Venice Gardens Recreation designed to attract and
Mayleben was 87 years of Sarasota last Tuesday Anderson where to as guests this week, Mrs. Homer Salt, Mrs Center is celebrating In a big entertain all ages are or soon TO PEOPLE WHO WANT TO
She taught music for over 50 he boarded the plane Mr. McBride' son and wife, Charles Bernhardt, Mrs. Otto way, not only in June, but will be available at Venice
vtirl.. Mrs. Mayleben and son to Calllornia Mr and Mrs. Earl McBride Muller, Mrs. George Griffith, throughout the summer. Gardens Recreation Center. GET AHEAD
Mike accompanied Mr. May. from Milroy, Pa. Mrs Edward Mrs Warren Kennedy and the -0- -0If -
to St. Petersburg where After seeing Ml Anderson McBride recently returned hostess, Mr.. '
leben Codner. Tonight there Is a get-ac "
boarded a plane Friday togo Off, Mrs. Anderson home from the Venice hospital you have any news of In. ( l l
M home. returned -a- quainted potluck supper at the terest please contact Mr. Bill rnlumr.11Wlm( lfW.
to Kentucky to attend the deter Mr. Andrrson's only from having an operation and Mr and Mrs. Max Miller, recreation center starting at Kelley at 4S8-4788 or Mrs. Vicki ,
funeral. Mrs. Mayleben and Mrs Gladys Is now taking a series of rad 1919 II
Knox of Neptune Drive, are entertaining 8.30: Members and their guests Freeman at 488 6764.
Mike stayed In St. Petersburgover Smsbury, Conn, met him in ium treatments In the Sarasota as house guests Mrs. are Invited. There will be out. d JI
N. night with friends, returning Pasadena i to( attend the 'i"1" hospital. She goes to and from Miller's brother and wife, Mr. of-town entertainment and an I
home Saturday. al.1 While In California, Mr. every day and we are happy and Mrs Al J. Bunton and two old.ta!! -0- Anderson and Mrs. Knox were to say she Is feeling fine. We sons, Mike and Jimmy from -0- silver dollars are at an all- .
too offer guests of Mrs. Knox son-in- wish her the best of health in Waukegan, 111 They arrived If you missed our Tuesday time low, 485 million of them THOUSANDS OF NEW JOBS "
We Harold our sympathy law and daughter, Mr. and the future Monday morning night square dance this week, still clank around in circulation IN
to Mr. who 'Mrs, Wilbur Many In the PROGRAMMING IBM COMPUTERSWant
Marshman from --- be sure and make It next week are tight gripof
We wish to welcome new Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noble, Fred Christopher Is the caller, coin collectors. Others are to move out of your low-paying;nofuturejob i'
residents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Neptune Drive, are happy this everyone Is Invited. AdmissionIs kept as good.luck charms, usedon ? Want a fascinating new career? Electronic
Nesslar to Overbrook week having 81.50 per couple. The danreIn money clips or salted away
as houseguests
Compare Gardens Mr and Mrs. Nesslar their son and wife Mr. and an advanced one and begins for cash emergencies computer You don't programming need offers you this opportunity I
at 8 til) 11. previous experience. You don'tneed
moved Into their new/ home on Mrs Frank Noble Jr. and two
1023 Neptune Drive last Wednesday children, Laura and David, \- ipecial mathematical training. All you need Is .
Get the best They both are well from Nashville, Tenn. This be. Also, on Friday night Milt an analytical mind ambition, and a high school di.
car rental deal fromECONDCAR known to residents her and In ling their first visit to Florid Trueman gives Instruction in ploma. Men and women 17 to 45 can qualify.
Englewood as they have livedat they are enjoying It to the fullest square dancing from 7:30 to 8 Since 1956,Electronic Computer Programming
1790 Bayshore Drive for the ? going swimming in the and then everybody practices Training Center has trained men and women as
past eight years. They movedto gulf, even little Laura whom what he's learned in a gala 6 ll{ skilled programmer of IBM Computers Experienced
Bayshore Drive from Darien la only six yean of age Is a evening of fun. Admission Is professionals train A nationwide
the only difference Is the low Wis. Mr Neislar operatesthe good swimmer They love 60 cents i ment service is available.
price tractor that keeps! Ober- Florida very much and as always -0- wl: Determine
brook Gardens epic and span their vacation ends too June Is also Water Safety your own qualifications with our
Offers you MORE Costs you LESS from overgrown grass and quickly] Mr. Noble is a teacherof month, so if you don't know DD OURVERYn FREE Qualification Chart To receive yours, fill in I
weeds and Mrs. Netslar is psychology at the George how to swim there will be Red I BEST FOR and mail the coupon below NOW '
FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40% known for charitable work in Peabody College in Nashville. Cross instruction for children v ALL -
Delivery civic affairs such as cancer He has to be back by the 15th terns and adults A small fee Electronic Computer Programming; Training Center ':c.-
Credit cards honored drives, community drives, etc of this month as he is a direct will be charged to cover pool ;
Wait 14th St. New York, N. Y. 10011
116 ,
Safety Seat-Belts We wish them .
luck and happiness tor of Teacher's Institute for expenses
By the hour, day, in their new home. the summer session. They planto -0- Parse sand m.fREE of*"!. and .ithout HllgitlM I awliuaoa Wit
Gas Oil Insurance
or month
-0- leave here Thursday and The following proerams will
Mr. and Mr,. Wm. Holt, 1375 atop in Tampa to visit a friendof be coming up soon Further de [ ilAiI
Drive our New Forked Creek Dr., are entertaining theirs before returning tails and exact dates will ap KUMBEI'i imrr cm goat lJ,CODE'A'
as house guest their home. in the
pear paperBarbershop 5B
automatic shift 9 9 former neighbors.- Mr. and quartet. ;"oNf NO-: n_.o;; D*MT O
door Mrs. John Fath of Lone Island Mr. and Mrs David Foes, a Chess Club.Slimnaslics.
2- VALIANTS. $3 City, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Fath Mr. and Mrs Max Miller and 6
Also, other fine ..... ....1.... d.,. have been vacationing on the Mr. end Mrs. Ray Leech attended e Fishing, tournament for women.for
fare Ara
CHRYSLER PRODUCTS east coat and arrived here the De Molay installa children to age 12,
"'" "Mia Par IIIIt Tuesday for a visit before returning tion Sunday evening at the Masonic .
at slightly higher rates. to New York. We know Temple In Venice. The SHIFT INTO SUMMER
they will enjoy a boat ride as service was beautiful and very
Mr. Holt purchased a new 14- impressive. Mr. and Mrs Foss
JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY foot boat and motor. beamed with pride when their. J'A/IF 1c Living is easy in relaxed, casual shift from our new
-0- son, Tom. was one of the installing
TO RENT A CAR DIAL 488.1096 Mr. and Mrs Max Miller, officer We are happyto I collection for home, shopping, beach, leisure.
Neptune Drive, received a sor.rowful have young men like Tom

i GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER urday from telephone their call daughter-in-last Sat to be which a part we of share our communityIn Tom Foss 20% OFF e i

Venice Shoppinq Center law, Mrs. Ray Miller that her was one of the graduates of Smart
I father Mr, Robert Hartman of Venice High School this year Oil All FabrIcs
CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER Wheeling, 111. had passed a- and is now at the Florida University DEL'S r 349Styles
RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING. way We offer our sympathy in Gainesville for a
to this bereaved family.0 conference as to what studieshe Sewing Center
tail Welds fl.t.rt fimtln car rantil. fy''t'" EMMtaril I will take up this fall whenhe 124 W. VenIce A"..
_.........._\1"1I .... ... -.. .-. Mrs. Laurence Codner, Lea- plans to attend .
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woven fabrics novelties.
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The People Speak What Young People Think -

To The Editor: ..F

... Please accept my personal
..1 thanks and the thanks of the Survey Finds Girls Outread Boys;

V Vf Sarasota Unit of the American 1I
'n1 Cancer Society for your invalu- 1u I
able help in again aiding/ the t

the Cancer The top"role Crusade this that year.your in going newspaper"over Both Prefer Mystery Novels Most

plays In publicizing this fundraising -

overestimated, It takes the President Gilbert Youth BOYS GIRLS
Th. .... ... .. ..... .. of
A..naW 10 .IuaI..1p .tI. a w lw hll. of all .s 1I..t w lIat oth__ .Nd...... Ia 4.4.. pew. .M 4r kid, Sam nbirb.d _... AU rtahilo of ,w.bli..Moa to make the Cancer Cru- Research, Inc
ef spatial atepatohai ara miss i'am i
e .. ade a tucceas and I sincerely Despite busy schedules to.
Tna Mwt and "lueal aaVanwni a *l this eavapaaar 10 eoBrrlfataa1 and Ma ntniblleatloi h a*
arauly" forbladaa..$ ar arrnwa pamlaaloa appreciate everyone' efforts. day's teen-agers manage to dos
Fleas also express my lot of reading. NovEu
PcblUhal Lan Moaaar ..d n...... from I1M4 t Miami. A...... thank to Sam Dillon, your Some 67 per cent of the 1387 rjlu
\ 10..... At Sana Claai Hattar At Pad om. Al Vanlea. Florida News and Newaphoto editor boys and girls we surveyed MAGAZINES

who handles my releases recently say they often pass up
? EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher Again thanks. television and movies in favorof -sox NOVELS-

COURTNEY WILLIS ... ........................ ... ... Advertising Manager Mrs Charles McO Roberta a good book. MAGAZINES
South The girls read more than the
SAM DILLON ....... ...................... .... News and Newsphoto Editor County of them
Chairman. boys. Seventy per
ROGER KILBY ...... ... .............. .... .... Mechanical Superintendent say they do a sizeable amountof 447ENEWSPAPERS
reading, while only 63 per I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 GARDENERS cent of the young men spend \

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per )year $4.25 their leisure time this way. 23%
I per six months $3 per three months. I Most of the girls-63 per cent aw, ,,. F NEWSPAPERSsue'
COLUMNBy prefer books to magazines ,
while half of the young men

say they read magazines most
By \\ : L. GLENZINOThe often.

Our Flag: An Appreciation Cloriosa. Lily, in my On the other hand more at
opinion, Is a unique and extremely the boys read newspapers.
beautiful flower. A native Forty-four per cent of the boys
of South Africa and Asia, like to look at the papers, but fr OB C

Nut Sunday, June M, it Flag Dry. on that memorable July 4, 1776; of the it can be grown in this country only 23 per cent of the girls

History tells ut "Old Glory" was born daring of those Minute Men at Bunker and particularlyin read many such journals.
Florida. Its Novels are the teens' favor 1 1r 1r
on June 14, I 1777, in Philadelphia, by a Hill, of the suffering and privation of proper names lie type of book. Seventysevenper

,. resolution of the Continental I Congress Valley Forge and those stalwart patriot are Gloi losa cent of the girls and 56

!ail/ who, decreed it "should consist of 13 who steadfastly prsrvd that their sons R othschildmna, per cent of the boys say they
i. the largest of like such books best. Twenty-
stripes of alternate red and white with and their son's sons might b* free. I i.I z the blooms; seven per cent of the girls and Lr h.$$1,

I union of 13 start of whit on a blue At time went on new threads were 1 aa Glonosa V e r- 24 per cent of the boys prefer t

constellation" It was first carried into added to strength this mighty symbolof churu, Plnntu mysteries, while 10 per cent of
are and Citnna the girls and 21 per cent of the
; the Battle of the Brandywin on Sept freedom and right by the counties and it is also boys choose historical works. I

II, 1777. thousands who gay their lives! on the red known under Also popular with 19 per centof t

But that cannot be eiactly true. It fields of battle, and by the sweat, toil the common the young men are science h
lenzing names of Glory books.
may have been ditched into form by and determination of the sturdy pioneerswho Lily, Spider Lily, Upside-down The greatest number of teens

Betty ROil in a little back parlor in pressed always westward to eventually Lily and Walking Lily. 21 per cent estimate they OFTEN PASS UP television and the girls read more than boys, preferring novels I

Fredericksburg Maryland, but he who add new dates new stars to the plants The tubers are generally from which Brown the read each between year. Another six and 13 10 per books cent movies in favor of reading. The group shows and magazines, while boys read newspapers,

q would know its origin must look into the! original 13. -
range in size from four to eight read between 11 and 15 books
dim past beyond that date.It Today it floats in the blue sly of the inches long and threequartersto 12 per cent average 16 to 20 widely. Four per cent of the "Catcher In the Rye" and local public library, Another
one and one-half inches volumes, and 11 per cent read boys said the last book they "Lord of the Flies." 42 per cent use the school Jj. f!:
was woven on the loom of ages world, unsullied by wart of aggression, 1
diameter. In this area the tubers only one to five books a year. read was "Seven Days in "Gone With the Wind" and brary most frequently, and i 1n
woven of the dreamt and hartaeht of swayed by benifiont winds, held aloft grow well when planted in The recent reading materialof May." Other popular books "To Kill a Mockingbird" head surprisingly large number-31 1r

our forefathers\ who found liberty in the by !innumerable hands of the living and a bed of equal parts of peat the boys and girls varies with the young men were the girls' list of recently read per cent-buy their books, r t

1 wilderness of New of the moss and Florida's sandy soil, books, followed by "Lord of ---- --
America; woven the dead, at once a glorious history and - - - "
in a location the Flies," "Black Like Me NAlRCEToMeetNext
having good
warp, of sorrow, privation and toil and the a prophecy of better things to come, drainage Prepare a good size and "Exodus."

wool of clean vision and hope by the constant threat of bed for the
agreat despite commun tuber, approximately 'L One-third of the teens said WednesdayThe ) 1
hand stretched forth from the unteen. ism. 18 inches in diameter and JJarsou #to Jcrson they had finished reading their
12 inches deep Place June meeting of Venue
a spoon last book within the past week.
May it never again float over t field :
ful of fertilizer two inches below finishedthe Englewood Chapter 717 National
It was woven of the courage and stamina of war, but ever and forever over scenes each tuber and moderately Another 19 per cent Association of Retired 5
book within the past two
ef the colonittt who dared to their of honor and press down the soil of the bed. Civil Employees will be held
sign peace, progress. The REV. C. M. ANDREWS Minister weeks. 1 1I 1i 1i 1i 1r
Plant the tuber three to four In the Englewood American 1Y
names to the Declaration of Independence -W. Earl Aumann inches deep, with the growing fl4 The teen alien generally Legion Hall on McCall Road,

tip pointing up. Cover with soil South Venire Church of The Nazarene agree that textbooks are the Wednesday, June 17 at 130

and moisten the ground, but do most helpful reading material p,m.
{ not drench. An excess of water I N.aq/. J MN..S followed by novels fiction and The business session will! ttt i

II J Wrong Man Out ia at harmful as a lack of POWER IN RELIGION biography.Half preceded by a covered dish

moisture In the Venice Area Jude 24. 25. "Now unto Him ned and come short of the of the young people luncheon at noon. Mr Gillette,
the tubers may be planted as that is able to keep you from glory of God." But the Bible Including 55 per cent of the delegate to the national convention

d :'j. Announcement that hearings have been Holiapfel, without any promises, finally soon u the danger of ground falling and to present you also reveals that He is a God of girls and 43 per cent of the In Des Moines, will I
!! freeze ia past. I set out one of faultless before of love and their books at the give his report.
: scheduled the presence compassion, mercy, boys-ge
; Florida's
by Special Commission agreed to testify for the state. It was his last year's tubers the middle of His glory with exceeding joy, grace. That a wonderous atonement .

.' i for the study of the Abolition of the calm, unshakeable testimony that "W* didit March and the main stem to the only wise God our Sav was made for "whosoever

r Death Penalty brings to mind one of the for Joe" which scuttled PeePt defensecounsel' broke ground by the end of iour, be !glory and majesty, dominion infinite lengths to provide the I

: oldest that month. Blooms are pro and power, both now necessary salvation for our Church Directory I IST.
k miscarriages of justice to b* recorded best efforts. Peel was convicted duced from April through the and ever. Amen." souls That by the simple KEY Venice Area r

I i in this state. but the jury recommended mercy, which summer in relation to the size The !great Apostle Paul proclaimed OF FAITH we can enter the

t t ; Among the population at the state automatically fixed hit sentence at Iif.impri.onment. of the tuber, varying from four "I am not ashamedof DOOR, which is Christ Jesus, MA'nIANT1'L'I' EPIscoPAL TRINITY METHODIST CHtmCHWolrr i

kid penitentiary in Raiford are two men who to twenty flowers. the Gospel of Christ for it is to everlasting life. And even CHURCH LIIM, i
t The main stem does not grow Ch.rtotw
the of God salvation than that find that OrflMlTurn North Port
1 power unto more we OM GOO Bib .
f j, collaborated in one of Florida1 most Straight-talking "Lucky," in the meantime larger than the thickness of a despite the pull and claims of Wart at LUrhthouM. .. Wor hlp Plat 8,.rvlr.l Madre Sundw. ''' .:.4SWBCS1 as
; shocking murder One scheduled pencil, and must be supportedon this sin eternal Un. P_ 0. MaAioa.....VitM.ftnnoair Oirielal Board gaeon _... I e.
l1 cases. man is had been given a verdict which There seems to be great pow.er world and our toar9.... III i
: stake or trellis It Is said 5undna! .
a of who to Ccmmuntoal l t and "l
In phase of man's life God can save Holy
to the of hit every power
spend rest life in
mad it mandatory for the judge to that when planted in full sun the EPISCOPAL MI'SION
in of his provides
today except the area uttermost powerto
r,:.j,, prison. The other it scheduled to get out sentence him to death in the electric chair. the Glorious Lily grows to a religion It is In this realm keep to the uttermost. Vanlee VKN1CB! Br-War ASSEMBLY., Yuba Or AranuaROT. GOD P>tor At Stout Madioa BOOM v......
of four feet.
; soon by way of the electric chair height three to that he needs power for his religion Real religion has its source Victor Mauriea hoW Sunday iiuO a.m. Worthy MrXea

.:'A" third man, who it equally guilty i.i it The obvious injustice of the two sentences shade My plants the have east been side in partial of the / has to do with his soul in God and Jesus Christ is its Bund** School Worahlp tale, 11:00 un.Mornlnl a.aa. FIRST BAPTIST. CHtlRCB
l' to shook the investigating officers on which is eternal center and circumference. Jes- Eonlnl ......., t-OO am.Wadnaaaar N. .BteearM. 6T| *
i t walking the streets at free as the proverbial that two of them Anderson and house, and have reached In order for one to realize us said "All power Is given Pow M_.... ti.00 >.. Tba B.*. Ck.rtoa t Cdbana.a5hrar.
\ .
: Henry of six and seven feet. .
: breeie. what the apostle meant by the unto Me in heaven and in adn.eb.A
Lovern went to the state pardon board The Gloriosa Lily supports its METHODIST Sunday. t-4Sa.m, Su ......
J I" The trio Joe Peel "power of God" he needs firstto earth. Matt 28:18. It Is this Ili00a.m* Ww l"P
are Floyd "Lucky"Holzapfel slender stem by the clinging CHURCH YcanfPOTH"
; ';:, ) and Bobby Lincoln. Peel it in and ailed that Holzapfd't sentence be tendencies of the long, thin tips become aware of his spiritual power line that we tap into Pus... A..... ...... .. 4SMSSI Il4lpl II....
commuted to life State Attorney needs No one seeks very when we give Him our hearts Joke Louia 10'-, Ptttor.Wonhlpi Cowl' StrrMy.TIooTV.
imprisonment .
l' Lincoln it out and Holzapf! hat the date of the spearhead shaped diligently for things that he and lives. He provides the unseen Sarrlcaai 1:10: ass and 11 "'''' M. Mf
Phil O'Connell who leaves. These tips curl into .. e.rek..
prosecutedboth .mChae55
t! with the hot seat. The crime they jointly does not need. As eternal beings power to live a victorious, 'hoolt 1'11 am.Mhodim .
I Peel and Holiapfel, endorsed the tight spirals around any structure life Is a very brief part of consistent Christian life In a Youth r.4bw.bip.. 5tse ,." CHURCH OF THE NAZAREN
committed was the murder of Circuit encountered. Obviouslythe existence. In the words of wicked and
f I our
actions of Anderson and Lovern. perverse genera Son* V.l...
I Judge and Mrt. C. E. Chillingworth. supporting structure must the Bible the question comesto lion. So get in touch with the EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCHtoe Ins Bant ol Junettol 41 .n* TWa

I. rt'i) 1:1:( The double slaying was doubly shockIng But the pardon board or, at least, have which small the long members leaf tips around can us, "What is your life? It is Divine power supply and you S. TunUml, Tha .Rr Trail Char I L 4 Howefliarrh i-4.4IPutor M Ph bd....'.4.-100'... Mlnkuc/

Governor its chairman hat even a vapour that appeareth will know what Paul meant Brhflolt t II a... Sunday School I'M a.m.Uormnn .
: because a high ranking officer of the Bryant as curl.The for a little time, and then van when he wrote "Now unto Him Wonhlpi It... awl Wonblp' 11:1: am

II court was the primary target of the attassins not seen fit to equalize the severity of tive. Isheth away." James 4:14.: Why that is able to do exceeding LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH Youth, 80..Samoa..... tale:f M pia.FVwiina 9 ....

and because the mastermind of the two punishments. Bryant, who certainly long eight inches, the flow- then, should we spend so much abundantly above all that we 4 OIL Sxnth .. U." 41 Wadnoday. Pew M-tlnf/ 1,,10 F.

:I. I the heinous affair was himself an officer does not enjoy signing death warrants, ers are as yellow when first open- time on the perishing things of ask of or think according to DM *... M.lTia H. M..r... 4MX> CALVARY RFFOHMKO-CHtlRCl
will' accept it. That He went to the power that worketh In us, warship Harvteaa MilO area
it to hold to the conviction that ed, but soon acquire a bright Sunday School, .''' _. or VENICE!!:
,.' i 'j of the court: by virtue of being an attorney. reported red tinge the of the time and so little on the eternal Unto Him tx glory in the Elba Claa a .ill .a... UOt North Omtat DrtM
I "' the murder of a circuit judge must b* at tops values of the soul A few church by Christ Jesus CATHOLIC
(II punished with the most penalty gracefully curving and twisted moments a day with our Bibles throughout all ages, world FIRST cmiRrn or CHRIST. CHURCH. OF THE tPIFHAJ"Samoa, It.dT.apbs' .
The Florida Sheriff's Bureau spent sever petals As the flower developsit SCIENTIST Monk Baiter Drt a and
and a conscientious inspection without all ages world without 411."11
I : weary months and years digging into the available. turns completely deep red. of our hearts will reveal the end. Amen" Ephesian. 3: lee WaM V.to.SMHtar T.A.Ss. Rt. \n MOT t.m; W. coanWaPut.

seemingly clueless: crime. Eventually, they And if From the base of the flower Bible truth that "All have sin 20, 21. ... _... 11 .... Randal M-. :Wint.. IrhoduJoI
truly, capital punishment
'HI ever five long filaments spread out .d.' Srhoob 11 am.W TiSO, eioe, .... 10,10, '?
.. area
built an airtight cat against Peel, the is ward and carry dangling anthers hiwl t p n.Rwdlni 4M: 10 5 "
up justified, this it a case in which it it. 1It 1 Raomt II .-.... M 4 a at felly' ConfaMonat KMiirdlT _
;' ; : conceited little city judge who wanted Senator Ed Price's committee hat scheduled on their ends. These anthers ..not Snnian ant holM.... and PriGIACB ,.. and ISO. ta 110 a -

are covered with bright .., w.dnn tram 1 r ..
Judge Chillingworth out of the way because a series of hearings around the state, NORTH PORT CHARIOT
1 yellow pollen green style the J best recipe for folks .
i h. feared that the higher-ranking to gather information and opinion on emerges from the center of METHODIST CHURCH. CllURf'IIeo..i.
Coraw of Paid end D. PRESBYTERIAN
f "
11 I ': judge might soon bring hit devious law whether or not the death penalty should the filaments, with a very Rr. Mil. Daf.:4oM. ..- ., Coa'P. ...
y t newly moved to ....... "". "
I 1 sharp bend at the point of : t:4l a.* 5! Tarranea J Preens
Ifl I i : ,, career to an abrupt end. ...... Wenhlp rwd.
j s remain a part of Florida penal law. emergence At Its end is a Wonhlp. Y. p. tide* ,lliOl am.M Chill Sunday_-'. 5105s.ClaM baM ...."*"
V : ::1 But to bring the cast into court, and While the technicalities of the threeJorked pistil. ear. SttdT. Till tm.tun, Wadiutdar.. wItIo Adua .er.4e..
4 i '; to nail it shut against Peel without any matter Tubers may be left !In the Venice Frank 1 Steawft. r W
/ are debated and considered and mulledover ground over the winter periodin SEVENTH: DAY ADVINTIST The Rr i Sfhooli
doubt needed
they the of Peel'scohorts '
i testimony the fact remains that in Raiford the this area, or they may be J Jf't Take one phone call (or coupon below), romna Trail. H ml ut of Bt 41Nokomto. Wonhlpi.55,01., ti"a"'..
Lincoln low
the Pla.Pavtor. Community _
man totem flowering
as on carefully taken after
I up add hostess with baskets of and
electric out it waiting for the _..* I Greta
pole, was promised immunity from prosecution way wrong ceases and the plant and Information about the city, stir in genuine fmiltmi s..,"' .,. I'10 ant Uttl.Pranr ST RAPHAFL'S CHURCB
man leaves turn yellow and die. \ Sr>le.i (tie TnwUt rrmlnVCNIdVNOKOMTS .. .EWOODI.
in exchange for taking the witness hospitality, and you'll have a generous OP ENQI' eo.."'"
There are some difficulties tt... Yen fla.rf W
\ and welcome. Just
: stand. -Polk Democrat Paatornnday
County either way. If left in the groundthe ..
phone Maia ) M nBolrday
1 tubers may be killed by a tJi \t7Welcoln ktliitourl. DarM A. lootaaS4I Man I'M aakConfanlona
\It hard freeze, or moles may get / Thi RKIto. vela Brfot Y *
T.lopholtO'| | 4RIM2SUnadar
them. If taken up they must School. I .,41 a..l.Wonhlp AJ.CHRISTJAN
. Summer Safety be lifted with the greatest of .....1_ Sindarl I care for they are very fragile, l a gon Ptlloinalp. Haiti II .... Grin San* tVANCrEUCAt AND .... .
155" a.., a Robart C4.Ylnatw -
I as I found in lifting my
J planting It is best: to flush .E:3WELCOME 1.,55.5 M4e5 held .mponaa ':. D
Summer begins Jun. 21 and brings with 'known waters and if a boat overturns, them from the bed with sufficient melees M SnrmWTlM Pace a.sn.tlr c n'a '

It special hazards. The pl..sur.. of water stay with it and don't try to swim a long water to produce a soft ------------ -- -- --- --- Is*. Don!. Dw. P.._ Rita Ca5Wa1.h.L' .IN. lien; u aA

sports will b millions distance to shore. mud, rather than attempt to NEWCOMERS! I Snndit BmltaiSacramant 5.. .oqU.duo' du.'> stem 41at .
enjoyed by many of of Holy Communion. Rawaattoa Can R Adult ?,
of people and will with them.p.ci.1 But water safety it compl. dig them with any type Use this to let us know you're hart I INAMf "I', a.. a.m at ..ina a: fapi.Sk.1Vanlot and I''Ht_
they carry now more garden tool. Tubers multiplyby coupon Mnelne P..... and _. I an nwad H Knl.h W/
second growthin Chiirali tchool. t i iriRST ..... Oanl.. -
dangers.Swimming Prop.r management of the home swimming developing a I

4 it still the chief problem and pool it a matter of concern to many the form of a "V." In preparation I BArrisr CHURCH or VENICT: ENICB BIBLS CHUSCBt7
for winter storage( ADD RES' mil
basic: rules of safety should b. observed thousands of families Skin diving, water separate bv cuttin': it the apex I If II Similar Rkh.rd School.s.1.41.Llord.. ....Paatac PH.IU.BP. 1 T "'11 J"

i'tl ,I always never swim alone, after eat skiing end surfboarding are specialized of the "V," dust the tubers CITY I Washes. -.- 11.04.a.OLrralnlni Dunday School.Baranln./ **albsPan'*; 'st.a.
Unta. lilt .. Sunday
Please taw the Welcome Wagon Hostess call
0 on maO .
I I when tired don't overestimate and with sulphur and nllce l th mIn I re.me swela.. n.10 .... Prarar and Bl"'la asst. '
\ ing or overly ; sports requiring particular car dry pelt t 1"\10\ >II 1 I In k I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER Wadna da. Pe._ M..i... fit .... W..n.. ...' ar
/I. .' your ability and swim at protected knowledge. cation. Tim tuber a'o ri ,civ D I already subscribe to the I W..hla e.e.4r IO1M i

l' (i'; '1 it( a!II' pools or beaches, preferably under the This summer I greater variety of water for replanting h..n Ilir,,, yn' ;. f Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., GONDOLIER I I riBST fDlaaiplai CHRISTIAN ol Cbriat CHURCH) MOUTH VENICS BAPTUoT 1 CBAPIlII

\ supervision of someone trained in life- sports are available than ever before Ing tip, which ,develops over 5"55nlOa..5.6y'nMp'. r.5ka5.rr..aw..manwA.wtMam Ms..!. '_.1. rem: Vmlea A..... D?. a OM 5np.oe45w PS':
the win'''" rr-.1 i Vngth of J r n A. O ... Faarr Arthae Y. 5dllw
saving techniques: ; never dive into un left make them safer too. er.khan! till a. Saadar S-h nl. I,41 .. ,
r one-half inch or n."n.r as'
Wonaip n a... ...... ef Wafrtl.




Practical/ / Nursing Offers Much, Fall Registrations Scheduled June 16-17 I

new careers are :. gram, carried out by thea an opportunity for individualsof a well paying field _
T.r women and open-I Iot Community School all ages and experience to Practical nursing attractsthe ,, r "
l'bOt as they I hospital affiliates. sara-I I eT EIJ :
'cal Nursing The get a worthwhile education, youthful, looking for their .... '
training course .,
leading to Interesting Jobs In first experience in the business
and professional world as well
as older persons who want employment .
now that their fam VJ
ilies are grown or that their J'
personal situations have undergone -

;> a changeApplications 1. I Ir a x
I are now being
processed and selection of students -

is being made for the ___
September class In the Prac _
tical Nursing Program : I
__ ty
A booth will be open at the t
1 Venice Hospital next Tuesdayand f 1 F '

Wednesday, June 16 and /
17, from 8:30: a.m. to 2:20: p.m. 4i
,,. to furnish information concernIng / 1
the program.
o, /y et
{ The present class began Feb
3 of this year with a majorityof
the students from the Ven-
X ice Area. These local studentsare
a Mrs Frances Baird, Mrs.
Margaret Coordes, Mrs. Eliza
beth Curry, Mrs Phyllis Cur-

J yru' t ... ry, Mrs Rosabel Fuehrer, Mrs _
J'k M Dorothy Kissel, Mrs Evelyn

I I 4 pt ,x1 I5.r e Lewis Mrs Nadine Roberts,
Mrs. Velma Runyan and John : tti
IM This group !it) presently affiliating tom; v
+ at the Venice Hospitalfor _
medical and surgical nursing
experience I'"

"" mtammmOi The Practical Nursln Program "
lasts 13 months. The student .
BfJLL OF INFORMATION Looking overe Curry, Mrs. Evelyn Lewis, Mrs Margaret --- 4
approximately one-
spends Second row, same order
( information to be given to prospective Coordes and Mrs Rosabel Fuehrer while third of this time in formal CLASSWORK FOR WOULD-BE LPNs One third of the 13 Rosabel Fueher and John Mrs Frances Baird, Mrs. Dorothy
of local student' is Mrs. Kissel. I is in classroom work. Mrs Florence are Mrs Velma Runyan
KrVi Is a happy quartet seated Dorothy classroom instruction and two- months course spent Roberts Mrs Elizabeth Curry (Just I

f om left to. right, standing are Mrs Phyllis thirds of at this the time bedside working of the directly the Waycaster classroom, R.N at., the Instructor Venice for Memorial the class Hospital Is shown Her here local in about Kissel completely Mrs. Nadine hidden) and,Mrs Margaret Coordes.

j r patients Students receive a pupils are (left to right) front row, Mrs Evelyn Lewis, Mrs.

rs. Baynard Heads Venetian Meet To Honor Court variety medical, babies of experience,and mothers surgical in and caringfor children patients .- I I Epiphany Student Tops State J JIn I

The student experienceat
Grand OfficersThe the Vence Hospital will be Legion Auxiliary Contest

extended as the hospital grows.
For Blind stated meeting of the Venetian citation for second place in
society Upon completion of the program Winning top honors for the a
Court No 39, Order of I the student is eligible to Auxiliary of No-Vel Post 159, the press book competition anda
I the Amaranth, tomorrow even- write the State Licensing Examination American Legion Auxiliary, at cash award for the best newsitem
IJrs ing at 8 o'clock will have two which will allow the recent state convention was printed in a local paper
: Robert S. Baynard of the NSPB and has been nationally -
Interest special purposes. to practice nursing in Dst rF Rhea F'lJdmMdaughter of Mrs. Kaup was her own publicity
I Petersburg and Venice, hasm recognized for her them ,
elected president of the in sight conservation First, grand officers will be the state of Florida and it is Mrs. Rose Feldman, of Venice. chairman. The unit also

I i.da Society for the Pre- She was recently honored by singled out for special honors. also recognized by other states ry'wi According to Mrs George received citations and for membership child
Gamma The grand officers are Charles NursIng q of the local welfare, history
irt I M of Blindness the Delta fraternity The Sarasota Practical Kaup president .
J,:rs Baynard will fill the un- when she received the Cable Shaw grand representative Pickford and Program is a state accredited auxiliary, Rhea was awarded Mrs. Kaup the district child
and Mrs. Arthur
II :ed term of Mr Erwin L. Award for outstanding service assistant program The graduates first prize in statewide competition welfare chairman, received the
t: I also of St. Petersburg.) to the community, to the Mrs. Clyde Taylor, Secondly, of this program can be for her study book on special citation for the best reports .
) has resigned She is well group's sight saving project grand observed recognized by the white uniform the South American country of on child welfare in the
m to the residents of the and to the fraternity. She was Father's Day will be and cap with two royal Ecuador The book is now entered .
I for her work as the first the first recipient of the FlorIda Heading up the refreshment. and blue stripes and their nursing in the national competition department.SwimlnS70
i.dent and founder of the Society's achievement award committee are Mr Mrs school pm. for judging at the national
for acknowledgement of Clarence Tritt and Mrs Inez Nursein t1 x auxiliary convention.
da Society for the Pretnn The Licensed Practical 1 ?
t of Blindness, Inc She exemplary vlce to the sight Voorhees A Scotch the Auction social the state of Florida com ttS Rhea a student at the Epiphany -
yes as a Vice-President of saving crusade of the Society. will be held during mands three-quarters of the Catholic School will enter
hour nurse. eighth grade next fall. She Is
of a registered
Other news this week from salary Licensed Practical Nurse's a junior member of the local WaterAT
\i EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES i ij the local the Amaranth announcement group that includes I I primary function and is to to assist do bed the auxiliary now spending She and the her summer familyare
1 1i EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY I Ij the Pleasant: Hour.. will meetMonday side physician and the registerednurse at their ranch, Woodside, in Warm Mineral
j with Mrs
I at 1:30 n m. situations Mauston
complex nursing
TRADITIONAL Fred Norman. Her cohostesswill in Mrs, Kaup and Mrs Arthur
j .
be Mrs Grace Schwen- Swanson, president-elect, have Springs
Ii Let ui Ityle your favorite vat neker Following the meeting Graduates are presently em- returned from the state convention
I or ceramic into beautilull.mpl. games will be played and ployed in hospitals doctor. offices held in JacksonvilleJune 12 Miles South of Venice

e Rtvi;;lag; a Restyling if i i1 prizes will be awarded for the nursing homes and industrial 4-7 On US 41
i variom events nursing The local unit aim. received .!
All/ Lamp Repairs
f I for worthwhile,
On Friday, June 28, the regular Looking a .
i Wort by Experienced! Designers and stated meeting of the well paying career that incor.
Craftsman Amaranth will feature a potluck porates services to think your fellow about ) CLOSED FOR VACATIONFrom
at 6:30 man? Why not
supper, beginning! :
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. p.m. This occasion will honor coming a Licensed Practical
done more
? Others
the past matrons and past patrans

J04 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA and the regular session I than just think In their about new it and career.are _.. -- 1 MAY 25 UNTIL JUNE 16
will begin at 8 pm, now happy

scene will be enacted over and over as Mrs. Waycaster gives
information to applicants at a special booth at the hospital

Mrs Joyce Welke, a hospital employe, poses as an applicant. LOUNGEBeach
Note the two dolls on the counter. The one on the left is wearIng -
P a a student's uniform while the other displays the Licensed Rd. 4 SR 775 Englewood.
Practical Nurse on duty uniform

0 I

'ios Bible School Set

At First BaptistThere

MILLION will be a vacation Bible
School at the First Baptist
Church here, beginning Mon-
DOLLARRATE day and concluding on Friday. 2 ,,

All youngsters ages four
through 16 years are invited to
participate. The hours of the
to DEDUCTION school will be from 8:30 until

s for 11:30: each morning i 1f e

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Public l Is .Invited.. To. Does Card t>
Insurance Men -- -
Nokomis I NPC CLUB NOTESBy I arty
NeftingsBy The Benevolent and Patriotic public 1 Ia !Invited to
To Attend Meet\ MARGUERITE PETERSON Order of Does, Drove No. 141 The hostesses will ta ",

MARY ALICE MlBRAY will be dentlal fires methods of combat will hold a card party on Ralph Anderson, be H"*
Two Mr.
Venice independent fire There was a good attendanceat next scheduled meeting 1
Phone 488.5319Mn. and casualty insurance agents the meeting of the Greater Friday July 17 at :J I p.m. at and proper use of equip The Thursday affair June will be 18 the at regular 1 P m SimmondiRetry.. ,A do and Mrs? fc***.
will be the than Pittsburgh the Center. ment setup of
among more Club when they met Community H
Lillian Joseph of Nokomis reside at Gulf Drive Nokomis 1200 who will gather at Miami at the Community Center last Particularly !interesting and monthly dessert party and the 1 is quested CefIII

U announcing the mar- Beach Thursday for the 60th Thursday evening for their regular The Woman' Society of moot beneficial was the final --
riage of her daughter Caroleeto -oWe anniversary convention of the meeting. Mr. Bates. president Christian Service of the Trinity class, when both companies
Mr. W David Winters of Nokomis are sorry to announce a Florida Association of Insurance of the club presided at Methodist! Church of North joined in the use of actual
ion of Mr and Mr. heart attach has stricken our Agents the meeting. Raleigh Talbertwas Port Charlotte held their first equipment in extinguishing
John Winters In the Catholic neighbor, Mr L. W. Barnes Among those from whom the appointed to act ai treasurer meeting in their new Church various types of conflagrations --.
Chapel at the University of Ravenna Street, Nokomis East, Association his received advance in the absence of Mrs last Monday" June 1, The ladies Chief Henriksen and his men
Florida at Gainesville, The but we are glad to announce registrations for the Walter Earnest, who 1 I. leavingon enjoyed an inspirational Mr. Joined to express their appreciation fJfjjJJfltt
ceremony was performed by Mr. Barnes is responding to three-day meeting are: Jay H an extended vacation dur vice Mrs Robert Orr is president to Chief Cliff Horn of
the bride's brother, the Rev. treatment In the Venice Hospital Lumley of the James T. Bla- ing the summer.Summer I of the society the South Venice Area VFD
I Father William Joseph, on lock Agency, Inc. and Ray Van plans for the club .-0- for his hospitality and to Chief
June 6, 1M4 -0- Orsdale ot Edge-Van Orsdale were discussed and it was decided The Civic Association held Allen Erwin the instructor for
A small reception for the Immediate Mr and Mrs. Frank Merrick Agency, Inc Both Mrs Lumleyand by the membership to their picnic June 10 at Warm his excellent, presentation from. 7AS18t8s
Mrs Van Orsdale will accompany which 'e all profited greatly.Are .
families was held at Coou'na! Court are leaving for have a covered dish supper before Mineral Springs and those at.
the Catholic Youth Center at their home in Westbrook Me, ; their husbands to the'I each meeting These will tending had an enjoyable time I you, as residents show. 4C
the University after the ceremony this morning Good luck and convention where special be held at 8 p.m. before the swimming, eating and baskingin I Ing the same type of effort in
After short honey. good weather Frank and Ethelon I' events have been planned for regular meeting and the first the sun I support of your volunteer Fire I Iof
a AWFdl
your trip and vacation the many wives who will be supper will be on Thursday The association' board of Department? ?
moon to Nassau !the couple
in attendance. di.I -0-
July 2. The club dance and IIo rector will meet next
f Mr and Mrs. Art Alhauden The convention audience will clal gathering will be on June I day morning June 18, at 9: Mr and Mr. Hubert McKib-
be treated to 18 outstanding I ben are in line for congratulations .
r have gone on their usual summer 20 At the last meeting prizes : a.m. at the Community Center
trek north. Staying with speakers Including Senator were won by John Plans and for their regular business meeting They left early Thursday
their three daughters who reside Jennings Randolph of West Iva McKrell One member prior to the meeting of the morning/ for Middletown, Pa.,
(in New Jersey and Upper Virginia nationally known orator Kenneth Booher was reported Civic Association on Wednes where they will visit with their
I New York State They were to : as well as top-flight enertainment. I ill and unable to attend the day evening June 24 at 7:30p son and daughter/ -law, who ,
stay overnight Sunday in Florence featuring song- meeting .m. are the proud parents of a baby
trail laear..a S. C then proceed to stress Betty Clooney the Gin. -- Next Thursday afternoon the 8'lrl. Lone Ann, born June 2.
ny Tits Show and Charlie The South County Eolphany Association Welcome Party The McKibben had a certain
A New Brunswick, N. J., for awhile
7 I Spivak and hit OrchestraSpencer Guild will meet next Monday will be held at 2 p.m. at the "new grandparents II' 1 low"
[Ills acted! -0- I June IS, at 2 p,m. at the Rec Community Center Carl Meyer about them as they told us the
Our small neighborhood of To Head reation Center at Warm Min president of the association good news This is the first
four families on the block has eral Springs. All Catholic ladiesin announced that a varied pro- grandchild.
been saddened this week by the Fete this area are invited to attend gram I is being planned with -0-
GOOD Y Legislative Mr and Mrs. McKibben .
death of our neighborhood pet Mrs Elizabeth Petersonis audience participation and entertained
a beautiful black Cocker Spaniel president of the Guild. should prove to be an Interesting their niece and nephew
James G Jr. will
Spencer and fun.filled day. This Mr and Mrs Thomas
to the Richard
Bennett belonging serve as chairman this year of Mrs. Nadia! Shpffert, presl- party 1* held primarily to wel Smith from Youngstown Ohio
the Legislative Weekend. Too often people who wouldn't dream Of
eating off
earlier this week floor
dent of the Port Charlotte Auxiliary come new residents and all resident
She was the cutest trick and Spencer has worked with LegIslative food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water
was the guest speakerat are urged to attend and cr
--..) II smart beyond dog knowledge Weekend committees the meeting of the WWI join in the festivities. The Anthony Boriello, Dorothy chlorine water .. because they don't Know how fey
we all thought. After being well since their beginning in 1958. Auxiliary last Tuesday after. -o- I Avenue, left earlier this It Is to Improve itt
taken carp of at home she The date for this years week noon at the Community Center The North Port Woman's week for a vacation in their The cur Is a special bane-water filter,the Aqua-Pu**
r made her daily rounds to each will be announced later. Mrs Sheffert was just recently Club will meet this afternoon hometown of Merldan, Corm. Taste and Odor filter that
neighbor. sitting up begging at I Spencer vice president and elected district president (Thursday) at 1::30 for their They plan to spend the summer can be Installed under
101 18T6 VIE i filE nnUIANCEI our door If let in she made a division manager of the Florida and will be installed at regular meeting at the Com in the north and return your kitchen sink In min
dive for the refrigerator She I Power and Light Company again in the fall. utes. It filters out all
the department convention In munity Center Mrs. Irene Ken-
Hugh G. McPherson was cute enough that she always has been active in Sarasota
bad tastes and odors
I Orlando on June 20 yon will speak to the croup and
went to the door farther. Chamber of Commerce
253 S. Temiemi Trail est away from Bennetts so they functions since he moved to Mrs Beatrice Schmelke demonstrate how ceramkare Yacht Club Sets gives you all the really a
I made good tasting cooking and
would, not see '. r. and smart Sarasota from Daytona Beach president presided at the
Mi. 488-4567 meeting and announced that Mrs. Evelyn Palmeter, president drinking water you can j i
that she would back away from 11 years ago having served on Ladies BridgeThe
all the ladies to
canned dog food since she liked numerous committees and on Mrs. Almee Carroll was appointed urges use. ,,0
area I' such things as T.bone steaks! the board of directors He Is a publicity chairman for take advantage of this oppor. next Ladies bridge lunch Only a modest Investment t t
STATE FARM the Mrs Mabel Hale tunity to learn more about the and a simple
W all miss her profoundly. member at this time of the group eon at the Venice Yacht Club
as.se eo..p...... She died a natural death, Just Advertising Committee and the past president will preside at art ot ceramics. will be Tuesday at 12 noon Installation problem rs. n. *tara tax IN Mrmr
tlss.omwa aneneegt.e,Ineoia plain old age board, I I7a4fe the auxiliary meetings during -0- Progressive bridge Is played just pick up your phone .K _. kr MM M tM ant
July and August in the absenceof North Port Charlotte resl- and foursomes are welcome and tell u* ta bring one r-pars a.ey.la .to MV M.

the president. After the dents Hospital admitted are Frank to the Landon Venice The hostesses will be Mr*. out nd Install It. Your am"a......a'.4snt. e.e____TIll. Cm..
meeting refreshments were Emma Rellly Mrs. Florence family and guests wdl
et.l M 1rP1WI aaanrg .
Cool 1a 1/tJt & +raloLtiY"i'n. served by Mrs. Ruth GoU and Mildred Brink, Boyd Hollincs- Baldwin and Mrs Burton W thank you nmncwMHT.
worth Ortha Rachel
Mrs Mabel Hale Bartlett
Smith and Marie Elliott Recently
The Auxiliary meets the first discharged were Elsie Those planning to attend are
of each month. asked to make reservations
Tuesday by
Howie Zelma Pettigrew and
Mary Turcott. calling :Mr. Reilly or Mrs GULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING INC
1- Mrs Vera Nelson presidentof -0- Baldwin in the Venice area, ,

....... the New England Club has The following members of the and Mrs. Bartlett in Cape
'=.Mr'..N.e MM,'.v '.. ....... '?..w.:... Haze All reservations shouldbe
informed me that they have North Port Charlotte VolunteerFire 628 E. Venice Are., Venice! Ph. 4884247 48U44S
made not later than
S RUG SERVICE not discontinued their meetings Department Chief "Doc" Sundayand
HOME FURNISHING during the! summer but will Henrlksen, AI Sendker Leonard the hostesses should also
PATIO SHOP meet as usual. This month the New Phil Baumeister, be notified of cancellations
r FREE DECORATING club will hold a picnic on June Warren La Fleur William
ACCESSORIES 17 at the Englewood Beach Dukeahire, Sam Matthews and
GIFT IDEAS and all members and friendsare Harold Weith completed a five-
,I, urged to join In the fun day course of instruction in
This will be the only meetingof fireflghting
the club this month and the The course was sponsored by
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B the South Venice Area Volun
1 '; teer Fire Department whose ChrTdeeb
( members also participated as Foraree7
: t. well as making available their
'r,061.ms. "
HOUSE OF FURNITURE ,: fire house for the classes which
l 1 l r: : were held nightly from 7 to 10

i I I 421 S. Tamiam! Tr. Venice 'As iY: o'clock. May 25 through May
l At Venice Shopping Center ur, 30.

1. I H .".. _..' """"" ;'I."p1 n The instructor was Chief Al.
r:: ;+ I!Ii': 1.nI len Erwin, a faculty member of I '

I: the Florida State Fire College/ / No\\\
I SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARS SERVii at Ocala and a veteran of 38

l .. rri years of firefighting
covered Include chemIstry .
Topics Compacts \V\\
A J'rr"i'T"" : :: {"'C' ffGBBr": -i -
,I II I -- :,411-4411, .. of fire origin, combustibles -
!" I. gas grease rest-

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11 J'II I ', I (MOVE UP !'- halfpinteditions

11 .1,.1'l:\\'l'

:' ::1 ; Let Sarasota Federal help

.1 ; : ,! you move "t ,

Ill I r l r I,) 111 '

:: up to better living with a GOLD SEAL Q h ''I


/' i; home loan tailored to your needs! CIOAA,

We don't Bell medium-size Chryslers. Or compact Chryslers. We

: 'J low Interest rates no prepayment penalty low service charges 1\\ I,. you'd want a pint-sized relative running around with the ChrySler

nameplate on it. Our feeling about kid brothers is: they downgradeyour

I pride. Cramp your style. Compromise your investment.

Another solid point: we can put you in a full-size Chryslsr for 1 Jess

than you'd pay for one of those gussied-up jr. editions. Come on tt-

; ,' I j E 81ra's' IceY1AS91A [D) [K? 61[b We'll give you a full-size deal.'The kind you're entitled to.


.1':t;i savings and loan association See your Chrysler dealer-the best

; '.; i oS the big car men

; 1 CHARLES BRUIN, Venice Office Manager
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( 1718 Main, Street So. Trail at ... Ridge Rd. So. .Trail at Stickney Point. Rd. 446 So. T mi ml, Trail.' Ii
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.{r"III, Almond Recipe Adventist Church

I:"thicken Has New a By PFACHIE FDGF
Clubbers Favorite Pastor Pinch-hlltin, for

Announcement f Dorothy Gaynor) ItntJilF I
ha 0tttnjS
... ,},? Battle Club Curler contributor, today'srmet to I I miming. he and Mr. Carter Venice mode. .L new pastor* for been the Women Editor ; I II

food I fnntr.red1lher"ll estate bualnel' Nokomi Seventh Day Phone Item to M. MM I
GONDOLIER column Adventist ,!
,des In Gulf Shore and I cepted In 194]. he .c- Pooono Trail Church in on the ____ _
employment with Nokomia. -
,f here from Huntington the International Elder Robert L. Now that achool Is ; I
Association of MJ Mathews officiallyover opthomologist md his prettynew
la chimmi. thou,h maintaining preached hm firm sermon on vacation time hal officially bride DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS ;
irtf was born In Nash throughout May ]18 and will
the return here
years hl. begun. Number One on the -0-
,nt,' N C. on Auj 30, 1895J employment to take hu duties VENICE SHOPPING CENTER WEST VENICE AVENUE
I'atu with the Ches up after par. agenda for travel bound area Speaking of the fair heard I
J pent his early jean on a apenke and Ohio. ticipating In a Camp Meeting residents seems 'to be the through the grapevine (sea. '

",, ,n that" count In .Nash He receivoohni Coun.. I Whwi he ret lied from the June 5.13 at Forest Lake Academy World Fair In New York grape, that III that George and WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ALL LOCAL PRICES PLUS GIVE YOUr i

q? \ machinist., near Orlando. Elder One can understand why sincejudging Charlotle Meinoer 311 Gulf
association Carter S & H GREEN STAMPS.
r-'m' City N. C. Mathews
nH will also' be
I returned to Huntington the pas bthe million of I Drive and Georlfe'. sister
hen C "rter's father retired I pond of .11 his. real and estate dm tor for the Seventh Day Ad. printed word. carried by every I Mrs George T. Ruth, 612 Mar.vaezt Just bring in the page from the local paper in which the adv. appears
n i tt farm. and mO1'1to hold ns and ventist Church In Sarasota national magazine and count have gone cant for a
then retired and will beat local identical item
from meet current
His we or price on
last I
Jkv Mount N C. tntiA1 I the railway pastorate was in lest newspaper. this I. the whirl and will meet Mr. Ruth any any
company in .
'mnt; ; went into the me- I and moved here 19S8 the Sanford DeLnnd district show", of ghowa" Guess there there. plus give you free S & H Green Stamps w "
'department of the Al.ic and he hon also sieved in is .
u' !! I Carl.r'l; favorite something for everyone and --o- Ltaaaaaaw
C'' ,.t Lm. Rnilrosrl. He i Chicken Almond" recipe It Bradenton, Key West. Lake the foreign exhibits would give Our favorite
1 The In public health
the ailrond In 018 mdi sred,ents City. Tampa and Ocala one a taste of overseas with .
are: nurse (hope that I I. the
"I i the E I. DtiPont dicn i I 4 chicken breasts B4.Elder Mathews received his out all the expense and time ; title) Mrs Julie 0'Keefe. right who RESTAURANT SPECIALS J
Cf and later v us emnl I 4 tablespoon degree from Southern Mu involved In a trip away from reside with husband Dr R ,
shortening .. J
t ,the Ford Motor Co Vi teaspoon. thyme -He ion and rv College/ in Tennessee our shores One local family Keefe on Gardenia Rd.. Venice -

emit) MI'h. i 4 teaspoon Halt (hue his, wife Julia have has gone to the fair via boat t Gardens hal just returned THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ,."
,lint rvman fit t heart (children" a married and another
ng" 1 cup mushrH( aoup intrepid ddddv is from a flying trip north to
"n d+dn't stay in the Kutoft 1 cup slur cream diURhter. and two ions Larry nlanntnff to take his three or Appleton' Wit where. she
,) long but from .there '-4 tempos ,md Divid at home with them.The four aimllfiv and "amp out" called bv the illness of was her ,
.:! .to Huntinirtnn, W Van ., I I 4 or. can mushrooms rosemary former pimlor of thindistric'l ilon?, the WAY. Still another father Christ Vander Velden. BAKED LIVER BAKED BEEF
emploxed hv the ( riderGeomel. Gont/ I local family has Installed
5as Slivered toasted almonds a Mr Vander Velden who is 83
eke and Ohio 'heo'l Hent fat In skillet hOI hems tranvfi'rred l to the huge mayonnaise jar hi t theirkitchen yean voting. underwent .
Brown Seventh I :: ; emergencv
ig Cooper he married the former I chicken add sensonmi Spread Side Chul''h'lit Day Adventist Tamps He South hart 1 and loose into change t this j jar to goerevervone'a help surgery'and we are gladto & ONIONS RED SNAPPER STEW\I
( soup and sate report he f
cream recuperating
irter had formerly dealt In I chicken Cover over been in this district' more than with exnenses Proud father Julie enjoyed visiting with.
and her
miterf way in reAl estate in I minute cook 40 me veer coming{ here from announced that' .the vounesters' ,
over low kept, Add the Inter mother sister and brother.0 82 82 82
-American Division ( ( (
,..h Carolina Soon after mushiooma and almonds were moie and better con -
where he wan president; of the trhntori, than he and his wife From Nokomis 1
CRlmafbland". Mission, For years the advice to corner the
newcomers news that !It William B Randolph .
---- -- \ to the area unit .been.
on leave from
Know Your don't t have an extra bedroom Travis! Air Force .
i ChurchIs I Base. Calif
in your home unless Dinner 99c
FINE FOODS you visiting hu parents. Mr and Complete Sunday
tiai to be deluged with'northern
;i Served Daily 6 ..,..,. to 8 p.m WSCS Theme visitor. Guess the Rhoe i i" on'' their Mrs William home in B.Harbor Randolph Shore at. r

Served From 7 e.m. to 8 p.m the other foot now a.* those After spending- days here
Breakfast "Know Your Chuith Is ththeme e headed for New York are in he and his brother Robert W
I selected for this month s luck if thev hiv ,relative or
from 40c of the Society Rudolph have taken off to viII.! i O loml S1.6 SEE (
meeting Woman friend in Col ham.
: it their sister and her CHAISE LOUNGE
I familythe
of Christian, Service of the
Lunch .0- Art Hoogenbooms of Cheshire PHISOHEXiomt I.)
y I Venice Nokomis Methodist Conn \ e i colon *OI IA1T STOIIN
from 65c Church on Tuesday at 12 noon Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Wil. big fair while They visitm will. go to their the e MADI O> 1 I. ALUMINUM
I m the Fellowship Hall. liamfon have returned from tUIINft, T.
Dinner \ Mrs Dorothv Ripley of the thejr honeymoon in the Lesser uncle August Rudolph on Long e STUkOY fAllfO or too 79a SIZE
; '
from 95c I Ethel Blalcck Circle will con Antilles Islands visited. cnor_ California Hand before and Robert Bill returns goes on to COLOIWfBIIN* BAYER ASPIRIN 49 t
duct the program for kled and surba dived were
TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL I| her subjed, "The using Church fiend Cayman St. Thomas I to graduate Hirelhurst of Will Bill I II a 7at4SR.4

I 2 Bloch N. of Venice Avt, Rt. 41 Ph 489-4330 Speaks or DiesMembers ." Virgin, 'Goida Aneiada !It. High School West Long Hampstend Island. 'N w .. JtJ--PLASTIC $T "lfS-hill.' AIMOMJ 4I< SHE
of Martin 'ntIUA; Barbados. Tobago .
the Porter Circle I
I Y..
: I and attended Lehigh Um BANDAIDS7p.
-- I will be hostesses for the and Trenidsd It i I" interesling varsity "before the I
1 day and will furnish salads and 1 / to note that althou t armed entering a rsv .a /e
I. beverage An this ii a lunch the Caribbean i III reputed to be -0- I /eLaS r. TO a ID-OZ JAI us SIZE
eon meeting. each one attending infested with shark. the

with is asked to bring a sand reason double for ruhheied carrying two speargun powerful .. lotte Now comes from the North new Port that ChAr.Mr sus... : 541 NOXZEMA 32r

and Mr George W. Buchanan.
r. All church women and guest I especially on the 100 foot dives of Manus Road held a sur I: 3 LI IA6 1.M VALUI :I1.

IN invited to attend not one was seen by the local Diisj party in honor of Mr and I' <* FOAM ICE CHEST..
I I I "'''rXKXiIiCCX y x7 nt"X 0000' Mr Albert Whslen who were. : BUBBLE BATH
celebrating their 40th wedding .
v VENICE MOVIE LOG >I- 1 nnni'er"srv. a week ago Sunday I I HOI IIITI, CIIMI" 1.If 'ALUI c.ITV ;
Those ottendini
i i were Mr r
What and Mrs Anton Wurth and HAIR RINSE 5)4' -.-- .- .New oils SAC.TTa h ..
a lovely Summer- GULF THEATRE TROPICAL and Mrs Christina Otto MANOLtS r "
I y Reno /05 .,

with cool fragrances by T..... a T........ Tnrtlrhlin, ,into Mrs her J apartment J Bruce has at 100 moved The I I SHAMPOO le.:.0 MI' I'' gi .:/ o. ,f

"II DUI AT PU''U"' "II 1.1 ins "AI.It" Esplanade. from her former I i

Dorothy Gray ,....;;;;:. .h.;:.m '",mn", n9471 wA r.FRU"Y" home Bruce, and in Cape her late Haze husbandDr Mrs I 14.01 LAVENDER AHOSOL 1.J' VALUE 11 'J C)

.w.An Bruce, had moved to Can
01A5w F.'... ..d ......... Ha'e from Fort Myers in !19.i8< I SHAVE CREAM 4' m.
Hot Weather Mrs Bruce i it native of Nebraska us VALUE
Cologne $1 Q..Q "St'M"ItR' ""LIIIAY"II. a I _
........ and for many years .4
"tASR.. ODR.. 1.A D" lived in Madison" where .

Cool Touch" Cologne $1" "oiAII-.tth RINGER".tth Bruce! practiced Dr.// LAWN LhAlK NAT. ADV. HAND 2.00 YAIUt .

Aerosol ""..... ..wAIPSO... ,..."..... I iiTh" Home Permanent 99
Cologne also ... T.. IN a.;' PMt.rM Also from .: : w
comes the word that Mr and a Colt Cot UIV r
"lnAIT .
JA'kn" "( ,"
'RT nRunt.
Dusting Powder?',$222 -..tth'h- |I Mr \\cndell P. Norton Jr anesmaa a IIITI lET in VALUE .

3Ma c...,.. v.. H.W" he's the immediate nest' president 00005 OC P any,.
.na [; of the establishment s INYO Ta.IN{ HAIR SPRAY 98'Cm
DiCK & MEADOWSPHARMACY ".RilK t ORRtntR"8awd. operating( corporation have e e.a.a.a WaaHN. .
.. .
th..h w.dn..d. -.i.h one up to their permanent a aTUROT V.al.e' r i
NOM CM (til.0. 1.00 VALUE
.. Rr.ekRldner eoLOt w..aN.'
"LILIII Of' TOO FIELD" home m Sormgfield Vt where i
.....,.. they spend the summer monthsm 'eases5."W".. DEODORANI .WIATH :.
'.,tior OPEN Et'ERY ]W1t.RT 'the of their e0T/0, '''''..ILna.
231 W. Venice Av*. Ph. 4884776 i i 5.., Aim ,.. IMtI I MI. J\'h.. t.l. it-at p.' paP (company and familiesAn 8f'vendauhterl I .. .

Venice' Medical Center Ph 488398S I -0- .. LiL1 sin 1 185 VALUE
oooo rr I .
area resident Albert E
Chnhot son rf Mr and MrsJ l :
Fries+ Oiabot. of BOO Sheridan 14,tS VahN

graduate today from the Uni CAN -'
versify of Detroit College of SHAMPOO 61 ,'
Arts and Sciences.. He Is an i
English major and a memberof a ALUMIZED METAL
'the Confraternity of ChristIan D. I. STAINLESS STilL HAMS T.. SID CONSTRUCTION r

Doctrine. Model United Nations e IEINFOICED RIMS
end the Sociology Acad. e WITH HANDLES
his l lS
emy Following graduation 10 ftALLON
Chahot plans to work toward ILANCHARD SUMMIt" 110 VALUE CAPACITY t
his Manter'i' degree in sociol

H ogy.St. COLOGNE 33 88 t r

Mark's Chveh! IUNCHAID lATH UI 'LUI ( r"'"' .. y

Summer ScheduleThe POWDER 88' $2.00 ti

ail leaders are born Mark summer Episcopal schedule Church of will St. i

begin on Sunday. with' PRESSED 2.(0 VAL,
Until fall\ there will be two 20" BOX FAN fACrpOW i ia
services each Sunday, the :i
Sacrament of Holy Communionat
7:30: and the morning prayer It OZ IRECXCREME us VALUE
and sermon at 9. The church MANUALLY
school youngsters! will attend RYERfIIIt t RINSE I.t..t 91.
the 9 o'clock service and priorto e USE IN WIN.
11 the sermon will adjourn to DOW ON
the Parish Hall where theeachers
have planned an entirely AS IXNAUST FACE CREAM 99\I
new, exciting and enter COOLS UP TO \
talning group class for 30 I lOOMS
ninnies. Millet CURTIS-Wnnsl. Shin lo lo SPECIAL i

group This class tinging 10'11'OnslAt\story hour of, $24.n VALUE 1496 MAGIC SECRET 2.555: t Si

some are made handicrafts and a film
Baby sitting will be provld __
ed for those parents who wish DI
to attend the 9 o'clock service.Babe's w'.

Thi rith f handsome cir shove it whit you m'|M 4 Tht Hvt< VI that, goes, on regular Ira. 5. Thi wtttustm 14 Ot VACUUM fACHD 1.11 VALUI PISTOL HOSE NOZZLE

nil l two.ami mum 0<*t M t1 l""." 'to | ,, | bfikw wd 32.000.mils mt,rvil' between MIXED NUTS 66
percenlatt utn HOMM l lISt year and eontmu, tt miior grease jobi L Tin solid w.y"it'l put lopth r- 'E4 Dodge r SOUEEZI HANDLE
let md amok" these boy sales "marks' i In 19MIt with i fully umtiied' rust.prMeded l body 7. Tilt
'l UN ullri 119M : Of the,km;priced cat pric (njht with Ford md Chevy) MEN'S I WOMEN LEATHER I.00 TALUI LOCKS IN DESIRED
'tint tfoeM t took hoe M M hoe one ,People, ,who It these urn' hk. pretty food rNsoni! ret bay!eg DfXICii avtsioti. CHRYSLER POSITION "
who.ineiiimlilly [ WJa MOTOM 0OaP AIiot BILLFOLDS 99r ;
Mvs and .f.tf.dnjiii .
bought onto ,
I tw. join tot twnlnl 'trmd Mtt fi who lit WORKING MECHANISM .
rnimbwt" laY they NEW DIALCET
ill kinds. Bf other an m roomy md ratherpssh i m. ctunj,nj ,tot knk md 'bet 01 trw Iew.pnci Held. NOH-<:OIlOS"1
!hot: L Th boos I The Roast in foucets "/
Sit, You nAnd them it your D (>mdiN. Dodge DeI<<'L AISOITID-CHOCOUTI St VALUI
tenon 3. TM t'i ."'in of< 'tla '"mx" Slant! for new horn.. and aid ONI PULL VIAl

Hershey Bars lOfer 37fno GUAUNUI

Our Golden Anniversary is your golden opportunity I Come in and see The Dependables! c

-tit-ur ILACI a WHITI is* VALUE U 77

FILM 4: '- 88t' VALUE

r WOLFER MOTORS INC. mm--&MilmWpfl

Plumbinq Co /

VENICE 488O765 I 488.2402 488.5282 IsfeMMj" IOTAM .q w.,., r' ..n... .T..e .TA..o. .r.., wT.Ye" "
S. TAMIAMI Radio E l Truck
.. .l". uu* n...r.."i...... ......rw.IrntuAtuutL/Jt.AI.u8TINOu / j' P. 0. Boa 454, Nokomis I :... ?(2 i'V .-

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Tempt Summer Appetites withy


Swifts rremium Super-Sliced

I + 9 !, 's 0 liih'tj specials a Bologna . ''P; 9f' J9t

Kraft| Philod.lphi.Cheese4 ... Swift'i ienio5cec/ // /
Month, and one ,.,". 49c /
June IS Dairy dairy Kraft i WkippxJ MiracUMargarine Bacon Ib 37cfc.
most enjoyable .
of the .: 29c
t II you'll find in your Swift'i Premium Brown 'N Serve
delights Kraft Ton Chm. SpntdCheezWhiz _
I Publix is the cheese deportment . 'i::' 39c Sausage 8'oz 49c
wonderful, Pk9:
with a Chtfi D.li.ht Diliciow
i array of cheese Cheese SpreadBrMkiraM .'*'. 69c Herman's Orange Bond (+ 50 itampt with coupon)
tantalizing I
from around the world. .I Aliorttd Fllvon Wieners . *. 59c
0 11 DalfY i Tasty Yogurt :r 19c flesh frozen CanadianDellcioui
and for a
Treat, se Scallops
Month Cottage Cheese frozen foods 49c
+ Breakstone s Tatty Fresh Fillet of
hest t Tip Tor Atiorttd
and Cling Peac r Fruit Drinks 9 V.".' 99c Sea Bass lb. 49t

? I id. Ey. .,.ne h Cut
Green Beans 4 !j;;?': $1.

PithwM (IIn IUHM S.uta'
Green Peas 4 ';&- $1.I

Pictiwtrt (in Fins $....>
Lady Betty a"nel quart Cut Corn . 4 '10..." $1.
Prune JuiceLibby'i . . 3 bet. $1 1. pII.
F i
Zirtj FUrerodTomato Onioii''Rings . 'p%.:V;: 49c

Juice . 4 401'sl. P<* Riti C..nl.nt! ''100 '
tfrf Cream StyleGolden I Pie Shells . '.:;." 39c

I Corn 2 '303 29 H>v.r4. Job.... Chick,.
. .
can. Croquettes . ':&:- 69c

f.I.:, FfrP Sweet Garden x303 4-Fbhtrmt T.>.T
I: Green Peas. 2 tens 29 Frozen Scallops ;V"/' 49c

F o.P Tender Cut !' SlngMm't Quick Frnti

Green Beans 2 cant 29 KING SIZE Breaded Oyster jyt' 89c

FUttrful' FfrP Bertlett 'Zt I CIGARETTES carton $S2.63

Pear Halves . . ton 39 HEINZ STRAINED --
Delicious SolidPeckHunt's Tomatoes 4 #Dens $1 1. BABY FOOD SjarslSc 1 I UIIIIX

I.j! BABY FOOD 10* --
e jar -
: Kreft'e Sold Dremng (limit 1 1'!' 1


r.,....' ChInk Style JUNE 11, 12, 1), 1964 HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!

,) Star-Kist Tuna 46' :s 1. $1.
: Standing Beef

': F6P HoI..d.r Sliced Rb. Rfi+l12SI lb. 69c
$1 -
t.,! Cling e a C tit e S 4,1 #cons 2'/a I I .
Broil These Tender
: Conned h.par.t.eI (limit II)
Chuck Steaks lb.49c
Carnation Milk 8 loll $ _
ff+' cans. Boneless. Tender

I Swift'i At. .4 Sherbet
: rt
or. Chuck Roast I lb.59c
$ I
f Ice . 5 :k;:. I. / ; Cut
I Tatty English
I':: AH GHn4
i i' I''j Roast (Boneless) lb. 79cFolger's
J I Coffee 59c
J :
L : Cart For Bar-B-Quei, Beef
(limit 1 Bf Customer with purchases c' $5.00 or morel)
,I i Short Ribs >lb.29c>
11 J 1 I 0 ,T.r.A IOO do it-it produce lane
'J Plui 100 Stamps with Coupon!
!' : hcNtIO- =( H""Peck) SWEET CORN Ground Beef 3''Ib s. $1WWHERE

;JI.I extN'Iga, 92e -(- .
[ t i 14Nw .N.. !IM t1. :' :; 1 : SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
,;, : QoooooooooooooooooCQ ears 59c
I j : '
I Venice Shopping Center t
t Plump II Testy

.I, ,r' .\. IOOX l'IXTRAnlOO: L-J Eggplant I . . Meh 10 Store
Jttl Green i io R B Hours
t \ Stamps :
N..., w.d.wlw.h Crlip Florida PeicolQ g 1
1 Treamrt Ule Frete* PAD Shrimp. I ,,, 6 ;MARK [ T [ d Mon. Fri. 83 0) 9:00
?,,1"; 2 '1ys.Ib. bag $1.19 Celery ... . 2 .let ::29Kraft'i : :
I I I rt, : 11.--..... ills. 11. IIMI Dtlicloui Florida 'w ,,, # Sat. 8:30 7:00
I 1 l D
f Fruit Salad I . ., ... ... . T 59*

A/I ...f I IOO l!,, l.A 100 IOO lfI lIREAO I00 5O UUV PRIER 'SO !50 VUU FREE SO 50me,'llf IJUV5O

1 i j JW Green w'e..ww.d.Stamps+ N. I jg J"( Green.IAN.. w.d.M.h Stamps jg J7// Green Stamps Jw Green.. Stamps J" Green Stamps:
TAXNOW' OVEN READY MEAT LOAF iV .l*Ali H i /wiw>AJEliO .IiAhww d.w.h
'1'L l .(ZVi-lb.ll;;tU pkj$1.49 JIM U. IMO =" ,3 .Ib.' $1.29 I 1h I -Ib. pkg., 98e 4 reg. Pk,.. 45e PIZZA' WITH. okg SAUSACIU'lot. 69e
r:1: :: rNw ;: ("..._ 'n... JVM II IM4I .r.- l.aaw' ....., 10 '1. IMO l"r '

; .S: IOO !%T.A 1iIOQI 'toOr lXTRA FR!! IOOI 50ml EXTRA FREB O '50 50' EF lrlAm50 5OVVVFRB! UVJ5O

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f': \ ,...6-0........pkgi.. I7c... = 5lb. can $)49 49e 01. 2 pkgi. 89e )With fr. lee. Pmtt
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TRUTH ABOUT t In Dredging


II I Houses For Sale Will Trade Booklet I

RATES I MUST SELL leaving area. See I'I Wanted Legal Tells All CHANNELS

I it and make offer. 2 Bed. YOUNG MEN, fulfill your mil WANTED Boat, Auto, Lots or vnn?: OF IWTFNTIOW Now for the first time

Charge Rate*. both Thursdayand I rooms CB construction, ca. itary obligation with only six what have you. Will trade Tn RE018TER nnderalvned FICTITIOUS duaa hereby. NAMKTha awaits I ANYWHERE-Get the facts

Monday Edition! thedral ceiling, screened porch, month active duty. Return furnished, 2 bedroom, nearly that ha U ndurttr.t Retail HaMwara FILLS
*tc. A nice home. for service with your local new Sarasota home. Ideal con and Allied Prndueta. btialneM at ISIS go about the Nations No I Icaute
I Call 474- Tamlaml Tall Venire, I'lL. vnder lha ,
S1.50 of hearing distressNERVE
venient -
1451 evenings.ATTRACTIVE. rine Reserve unit. Call neighborhood $4,500 flrtltlona nama nf The Hand Hardetenand
Tampa for detail. Ma.1 equity. Low mortgage, balance that Hid firm .la a..n|>.aed.. of the DEAFNESSI!

I ((12 word minimum)I Vnle.E. r ;:.1dn..'all.en r.nhbe, a.nA,. payable $62 per month. The fnllnwlnv,I.." of Mldefloa peraona ara e/hoaa aa 110110.neon... and Until today lift?. hat been Even Juniors water pistol Is

i Additional< Word., each 6e loll LOU Jacaape.nM Help Wanted Heintz Co., Realtors 955-0921 Ralph t.nelrH. I... P. O. Bo* Ml, written about this painless Invisible safe with us. Special attentionto RICHARDSDREDGING
evenings 355-4847 Venice, Pla.rahlp.
most precious furniture
'j condition that handi
HOME In nice O.... at Th. Hande Hardware li
,j CASH rttes, both Thursday section of Venice. Two bed ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office 5 loll....' caps and isolates millions as well as smaller household

.I .nd Monday Edition rooms, two baths, screened want live-wire licensed real Business Personals It Ralph la my I...,.Intention..... J/,. fop to apply pw amt to ttte This new booklet enplaini itarni. We practice moving, not CO

porch and carport 1001 Noko- estate salesman Reply J. C.. Clerk of the Clr.,," Court In and for mayhem Call TODAY.
what Nerve Daafness it howit
..... ,
$1.40 8& County, to.
) Florida reflitar the
mis Ave So, Venice, $14.000. Box 748, Venice. TYPEWRITERS: and Adding :rid ...... Th. Handy Hardware, an.toy interferes with hearing THINK OFIRII
Low down payment. No closing Machine (mechanically operated -I.. the .......Ion. of hate aOtftl. Rt. 2 Box 382A
\ |112) word minimum) Call I 4886701.tn7 WANTED Man or Woman for ) Chemically cleaned Lawa of ram.,..hand fhb or I 141. and what symptoms to look ,
Additional Wixds. .ach 5c general office work and act like new. Just' $12.50 plus parts alb WIIII lit day of June for Find out why you maps Snead Island Road

i aJ. SOIl.' ;r1o "MW saeaotn< as receptionist. Apply at model if requir.d. All makes Venice RALPH tANRtFRt: JR. hear, but can't understand.Will .
.. AH.Tea hi dud 'X SSfolS& Stationer Venice Ave. Publbhi June 4, II. II. tl 1M4." Palmetto Fla.
lypa W.
1 r Aia a LUST ( !.. l.on Town House, W. Venice Ave., 211 surgery or a hearing aid ,
mat aaera la a akarta a* II rente 488-8113.
1 lea Iff aaa luw51'- M eenlat near gulf. help. Will anything help? 722.1918
... lef rat maertlra .,..,.... EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. 3 IN THE COIJRT Or THe (OIlNT1'IUDGII Phone
t A eel tlea .h.... al .! eeala la bedrooms, 24 baths, Fla. Dressmaking alterations, draperies sARASOTA COUNTY, This remarkable FREE booklet
fer aaa W "'. .II.. .F O. Real Estate I'IORIJ1A.rN 755.6467
race Opportunity. what science has or
I lea ...... la repllea,. aa riaeeineea. room, screened porch. Near etc. reasonable 488-1130 PROBATE tells I
the Gulf. Must sell $15,000 for CAN YOU SELL I In Ra btat. oft done to help' you i if you have)
Quick HELEN': : C FUfin.: To.d..
sale Phone I
; 4B8-6431. deafness. Just send
,1 CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne Your own full-time business, NOTICE!: OF INTENTION;; TO MALE nerve -

Edition, per Inch $3.00 Wanted To Real Estate, right in this SHEPARD APPLICATION DIBCHARGK FOR FINAL your name and address to WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
Buy South Side Drugs, 1905 S. ,
Both Editions, Inch $3.50 area. National established
I p.r company, Notice la hereby! >en that I has
In 1900, largest In LUMBER CO. filed my final report aa Kxeutor of the Osprey Ave, Sarasota, Flor RAMBLER DODGEMS
WILL BUY only real bargainIn ..ate of HELEN C. 8UGMEN. deoeanad S. Tmami! Trail 488.3965-488-6150
f I All elenlfied .ds payable In Venice west of Trail. 2 its field. (Unlicensed writeus 1003 N. Washington Blvd that I hen filed my petition for final. ida.
). Training and Instruction itlerharre. and that oil the loth day of SPECIALIST IN .
advance except es'ablished bedrooms, 2 baths. Prefer Sarasota ....
; cm- June. A D. ml. I .III apply' lo Hon.
iccountw tral heating and AC. No Broken given all phase of your call orahle County Judna of Haraaota County, - - ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
operation from Start to Plnrlna, nor approval of Hid final parrsand .
Phone 4885188. Success. All all ELLIOTT PAULfor for final dlarhante aa F.....".... of Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
CANCELLATION advertising, lb. ertate of HELEN! C. BUGDGN, ...> Front End Alignment Oil Chang
or signs forms, supplies are ceaxed.Thla. Name _
ADJUSTMENT Rentals furnished. Nation-wide ad- lib day of June. An, IMS.M Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beams

Requetta for cancellation It. vertising brings Buyers from BOOT TRUSSES ......."'.....BRA8WEU. of .h.!:... .",. 01 AddressJAMES Wheel Balancinq Electrical Repairs {'
LARGE 2 BEDROOM house Alum, Windows & Doors. HELEN Co Engine Overhaul Automatic Standard
.r adjustment because of Everywhere. Can you qualify Any or
: .rror must be mad for stove, ref.. unfurnished 306 You must have Initiative I Contract Roofing & Painting "an.Drara4Publl.h 11.'U. 15 Juir L I.... Radio Repairs Transmission Repair
Ponce de Leon. Phone 4881789. excellent character Phone 488-2132 Venice
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE All-conditioning Repair and InstallationC4kdi
-- -- _
I __
(bondable), sales ability be -'IfIIIIM1 r ;
Monday. For Monday AIRY
S fjn. on FURNISHED Apartment -
I financially responsible. Com RUBBER STAMPS made to or.
Gondolier BEFORE 5p.m. utilities Included. Near I
i Thursday. hospital, shopping centers mission-volume opportunity\ der, Overnight service Office I
for man, woman, couple or BLALOCK
$13.00 weekly. Ph. 4884006. personal, pocket or stock.
team That T. AGENCY INcreduranc
; PHONE Can Sell. Write today 4881432. .
FURNISHED 3 bedroom' house for Information, STROUT

i 488-3125 Nokomis Heights. Screened REALTY J. E. Mann, Area .

porch, built-in Bar-b-que. Also Supervisor, 12X3 E. Colonial Legal
Furnished 1 bedroom Apt. Drive Orlando, Fla. EsIo6/isheJ/ 1929
I Barbeque 488-4460 after 8 ,
"..I... I Riarnn ..not.... "| IX CHANCERY Select
end Independent
...... Consult M
Will lo hay karnhi.Call
:VENICE GARDENS Lake front XMA T.nc: sure,
Agent M
rwitin you
I lot, $100 down terms; Large WANTED VERY GOOD w. cII... ".m 418-6791 would Doctor AIR
I Lawyer.
/corner lot, near Shopping Centers MODERN Furnished 3 room TYPIST WITH AMBITION ecoRCB w BLOUVT your or

i and Schools $2,250, easy apartment. Utilities furnish Important, confidential, permanent Defendant NOTICE': or SUIT dGlk1, ____ II
terms; We have several lots In ed. $7500. Gulf Pines Apts., position. All Inquiries rot CEOROB!: W. BLOUNT. I4WU4

J vinous locations, low prjced) Albee Rd., Nokomis, 488.4802. confidential. Credit Bureau IMInoli.Wentworta Avanua Calumet City,

I and on easy term.. If you are Venice Nokomis Engle- You ara hereby noting that a Car
LARGE 3 ROOM Apartment. plaint tor divorce hea been filed, ...1...
I looking for a real deal on Real furnished wood. Phone 488-6182 evenIngs and ... required r ..... a ANNOUNCEMENTiJ
Completely $65 ton you
Estate, see us. Byron Markle, 7-9 p.m., for appoint. .ey 01 ,our anew.. n pI...'Uou r lb.eanpl&nt .
per month, yearly or by week. ment. Oft Ih. pe-Itifr' '. otic.n... CONOI
Realtor Ph. 4884706. I
I 417 Menendez. the firm at BOONE HAZFN a ISPHORDINO.
Bo. laps Venloa. Florida,
LOT IN BAY POINT, Nokomis. '3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the Male Help Wanted and In file th.the offic.orlrinal of the anawer Clerk or of pleadlitcr tinClreult .

Mile from beach. Block westof water. Nicely furnished. Court on or brfora th. Ith dry W. An Now 3
U. S. 41. Value $1,250. Make of July. !.<. If yoa fall U do .., judgment
NPC. Phone 488-3681.
FORMER MARINES, receivefou !by default will be taken ...1...
offer Ph. 488- 629. ((4) days each month Ton tr tin relief demanded I In th.complaint. '
NEWLY DECORATED 1 bedroom pay \ In Our New
for week-end drill. Regu i iI
one D.n end erd.d a 5,15641 FIn.us.
NOKOMIS ACRES lot 100x150 furnished apartment.
nl My, art.
lar credits toward retirement, fhb Und Ay
ft. on canal. Phone 4885853. Large kitchen, living room. By W. A. WYNNE \I Building L
month Phone plus the added earning powerof Cl.rk of Ih. Circuit Court whole house
week or
year. your
vrNicit RKsinrNrg .OTnYRNICS two weeks summer camp In Raraeota County. Florida.Br
days 488-3785 evenings 488- Jane Gufmmo
California in August Call 838- ,
4M-ISIT ttenuty Clerk
1911 Tampa for details. BOONT HAZFN: im'HORDING,

I ELK INLET Seawalled prlv- STORE FOR RENT south of Attorney Florida' Power for Plaintiff a Light, Bulldlnt. MODERN EQUIPMENT with --' "- /rl ma

. ale boat basins E L Kilton Early Wynn. Comer store Misc. For Sale P. O. Box ISM. Venire Florida. 0' /
I Bayshort Drive. Nokomis. Publl.h June .. 11, II. II, 1X4.
Inquire In the rear, house with EXPERIENCED MECHANICS

I Houses For Sale carport. I CHICKERINO Studio size Piano IN 'nnl COUNTY IUMI'S!: coma for less than the
$600. Phone
488-3522 after
VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 Apartment. For summer IK R?. ESTATE OF

bedroom IH baths, panelled\ or yearly Adults. At 251 4 p.m. LAWRENCE!: a. PATRIAg.Fll.TieceaeerlProhaM No. TSSO. EXPERT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE cost of room units

Florida room. Cathedral' ceiling Nassau Call or see Larry Red. RUBBER NOTICE!: TO CREDITORS
Call 4885397. Chips Johnson
ford Associate
Stock, equipment. Must sell. RAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND
Real Estate. 506 W. Venice AGAINST AID ESTATE' :
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home on Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 4882279. $98.00 complete. 4884802. Too are her.br notified' and renulredla All Work GuaranteedB

Lyons Bay Road Nokomis. I may fits bans any.claim.,.1...or th.demand Eetata which of LAWRENCE you. AIRITE ENGINEERING INC
9500. Phone 4882778. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. SEMI-FORMAL wedding dress. I. FATRIAS. Deceaeed. late of ,
Nicely furnished. Walking I Ballerina length Size 9. $25. I...... r"...,. Florida In th. office
1 BEDROOM frame Cornerlot to Key Beach. Phone 488-2858. ., Hon. JOHN.. T. GRAHAM Saratota B & W AUTO REPAIR
I I distance Casey I rI.d. In lbs County Court Heating a Air ConditioningSales
city water and sewer. We pay utilities. Yearly or If..... mt aaraaota Florida, within ill
I.. calendar. month from th. data of th.Irat .
Walk to school and store $7.250 -Pianos-.
seasonally. Ph. 4885127. I of hi. Notice. Service
( publication
30 per cent below cost! Call I Steinway Knabe Everett Etch claim or demand ..... h. Inwrltlnr. 629 E. VENICE AVE. 483-1502 Engineering
I 48I-1J10 after 4 or weekends. BEDROOM HOUSE, air conditioned George Steck Winter and ,In duplicate I ahall .... th.plaea .
3 Cable of ra.ld.ne. and roat efflee ..ddrr. 500 Bat Ave, Venice Ph. 488-2373
I and furnished. In Nelson Fayette S. Cable of th. Claimant, I hell .he awornto hsP'
SELL or hi. hli attomey
Write by th. Claimant sewn or
2 bedrooms' IH baths, C.B. Venice. $go per month. I Rallett& Davis i ahall b. accompanied. by a II.vO
or phone Earl Bond. WA8-4381 fill.. fee and any euea claim or demand
dock Musette Players
Large lot canal ,
deep :Fla.. not a. filed doll be void. Th. f I lint fra
Laurel Villa. For comparableor Rt. 3, Box 564X Arcadia, I Pianola Player may b* added to. th. amount of th. '
and larger home In Venice area Organ*- ,
I from the County Judy. .ffl.
Very reasonable Ph. 488-2464. SINGLE ROOMS furnished, I Allen Lowrey GERTRUDE!: R. PATR1AS, Real I '
a. Admlnl.tratTlx of U. .. .. Estate Corner
$30 monthly $10 weekly 604 COMPLETE SELECTION OF of Lawrence 5. Fatrlae, IT11m'fi
home .
HOMES Venice Gardens Two bedroom 89,500-only Armada Rd., So. REBUILT FULLY, RECONDITIONEDAND GUARANTEED DeceaaedAttorney i P.RA8WFLL V.nlre-Noko.nl.a BROWN Bank Bldf a I

J300 down, $68 per month: VENICE IS BDR. VNFURVISHKDSatarkaa Venice. Florida.
Manasota Key, Gulf to Bay on ..rI..... I Rdr. u".I. d. PIANOS AND ORGANS I Pub I....., Jun. 11, II, SI end July e. 1M4 ,
FROM $12:
Inland Waterway, $45,000, generous JUST CALL LOU JACOB51.5ar, "Florida' Largest Music Co." Do you need a Bldg. site on CISTY OF VENICE

financing; Nearly new 2 :' TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by CANNON MUSIC CO. ....... ,__ INTERESTED? RR.1 100 I 200 in City 3-bedrooms, baths, Florida
bedroom, 2 bath home walk. 'I Completely furnished. room, living room with lire.
year 1301 1st St. Bedroom 2 baths Screened R'
3 ,
Centers Seaboard Are
Ing distance to Shopping Automotlc heat and air con DO PEOPLE attached Oil on place, patio with powder
: Florida Porch carport
Theatre ,
and schools, $11,750: Near On E. Opp.
ft. central
ditioned. 1000 Sq. CALL room, utility room,
Venice Beach, S bedroom, 2 i Tampa St.. close to stores Open Thurs. & Fri til 9 p.m. heat hilt, 2-car garage. city wa
bath home, fireplace was a Tel. 483-1321. Ph. 958-101: : READ 105 East Aurora HERMIT L. far and sewer. Well for
bargain at $22.500, owner $17,500.00
aacrlfice for quick sale for only : LARGE FURNISHED 2 and 3 Boats For Sale SMALL ADS? Wla.MERS MICKLETHW spri" ling. All this for

17750.. Byron Markle, Realtor, room apartments. Also single H. N. $28,500.00

Phone 4884706. rooms. Very reasonable sum. 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom WELL REALTOR REALTOR Marlin S. Stancik

mer rates. Weekly, monthly, built boat. IH ft. beam. 130 801 Laguna Drive
lose 221 W. MiamI Ave. REAlTOR
FINE HOME In choice beach and
Walk to
tion of Venice Gardens. 2 yearly. wel. HP Chris Craft engine day 488-5308 488..621 Tel. 488.5443
shopping. YOU ARE!
cabin ideal for Tarpon fishing. -
l Alto
large bedrooms, 1V4 baths. 516 .rmad Rd.,
come. 504 and $SOO. Frank Walther, 1001 Lacuna I
a den that could be used for So. After 5 pm rail 4742569. Dr. Tel. 488-4408.
an extra bedroom. Large utility 1111I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111I1111111I11111111111111111I11

room screened porch car PARTLY FURNISHED. 2 bedroom .


I Payment 1500. 380 Hillview plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or .. Including carpeting and draperies

Rd.. Phone 4882894. 488-6474 !II! Rea.tor, EAST VENICE AVE. CITY OF VENICE
H. N. Wlmmers -
NOKOMIS BEACH Area. Air- TRAILER WITH CABANA, Member Chamber of Commerce Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof
screened porch, until 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Overiiie Garage

bedroom house on large channel.utility Padua Nov.Court 25th.Rt.Dell 8. Nokomis.Goodhart, Heating and Air Conditioning for Wetter. Union Telegraph Immediate Occupancy $17,500.TERMS .
Florida room NO CLOSING
14500. Heating & Air Conditioning Installations Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I ,
room, carport. For Sale HARLEY G. WHITEAKERP.
Channel Lane. Owner, Phone Auto CLOSED SUNDAYS
Gas Wafer
4885062.. Ranges O. Box 1357 Phone Evening
CLEAN One Owner, 1962 Com- Fro Estimates HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice, Fla. 488-3562


room tile bath, Golden Beach t p.m. 4884840. 263 So Trail, Venice Ph 488-2271

section 828 Roberts St. .
: ,
trans ---- ------- --
1952 BUICK. Automatic -- ------ '

ATTRACTIVE t Bedroom, 2 mission. R & H. $120 cash. It's A Honey! Less Than 2 Years Old!

bath. Reasonable. Easy
termi. P. O. Box 98, Venice, or ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION DUPLEXi 2 bedrooms 2 tile bathi large living room 12 x 20

Phone 488-6474. Lost NEW 2 bedroom I i central air- screened porch large enclosed garage torrents floor

conditioning I hooded range refrigeration washer rugi.4 .

88,898-CB tlally furnished HOME, 2 on BR canal, par, SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING MAINTENANCE $19,500 */ Ownership In Concrete Boat Dock, 2 Blocks S.

wedding ring
diamond $14,300.00Just
walk; to beach; best well water and
Hwy. 789, Albee Rd. to Shore on Nokomis Beach The off Gondolier pavilion. LIGHTING SUPPLIES GOOD TERMS....... a few waterfront loft left In NOKOMIS ACRES
Rd. Acres and Reward Contact

Winfield Right Way to Channel, J.-W. Streu, No- Newspaper. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REAL,."

komls. Also, Mvers piston BLACK TERRIER brown REALTOR
hallow well PUMP $50; and 3 brown In face. PH 488-6738 216 S TRAIL VENICE
chest. Some Phone 488-6794 251 I W. Venice Av. Phone 488-1600 483-2649
acre Cockrill Streets
BR on Bate &
2 B brick IIOUM
A/C No collar. Answers to "Skip. J _. _M" '' ..", ..
near Lake In SW feorjla. Reward. 488-S57S.
for Sale or TRADE: 'Iper I



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iiwanis Win; Sr. Division 1st Half f 1 :: :'; : : 3'PI urn b.Z b.mg, FISHING H.rm.1 Venetian(F..., .Ivan." Rub: .... Wes*Bowl. nimhir L.n_) ..... Pool Party

I a...l llfr for tb. Third. Anneal PICA. Honors
T..... H.edlnp CTminnlimohlp b .b. VYC
First Federal NEWSSnook hrld Am. ta.11 1 .In Oral In...., liu
''run hick I"..III iln. our Len ..m.
\ Lead In Junior
Take ..
&ike lGokJj horn with MIW of th. vrlM flood I TII
., ., .. Pram
mangrove snapper, Bill h "I.Hm.ri.ld.. I.. niiTMttlr'00' t> hoMInc to. 8.the" FleetTrophy

Win In Softball sheepshead trout and flounderare !Meond ipot with a In. Th. 'up flv.rrroi'Vtn ..

j Klwans: eked: out a 2.1 vie ;National Bank was runnerup Ncilh,'r pitcher walked a bather league lenders r .i assist were making up most of the 'I ........ .1"In the" .t nuaitfvlne 0 nhl.k' will..! .nd.....heldRands ...t presents"'ns ,
I tory over Venice-: Shopping Center -| with a record of eight wins and and there were no wile the Ot"prey 1','rchanu, wilo Babe Plumbing outlasted catches at the jetties. A few tl>n B<.wl .tJodn 00.10 lighted the annual ,' }'*-

Monday night to win the four losses pitches or passed balls. beat Of prey creation by a Rawles Live Ones, 13-12, Tuesdav red fish are also being landed. Venice Area Pram'F,7vj, t

first.half championship in the I Steve Dalton for Kiwanis and The Shopping Center scores 1-0 score Fi'id 'Y to knock thRee night in slow pitch softball From the North Jetty Fishing I l SrmlloM honon and and ton Own c..h nub l>rl.rink In Monday at Venice Y,\(,,! Clq
senior division of Gulf Little Venice Shopping Center Barry first In the fourth inning or nine out of a flr.t-place tit .. action at the high school Camp, Lou Betzner reported th.total Ttl pin..il.r nlllht KINGS TOURNEY. sponsor of the YoUth ,
League. I Young hooked up In a real singles by catcher Ron Johnson Recreation cam back Satui field these catches; Ralph B.t.. mid rah" lade won .hrint ... group .0/1.111/

Although the league is well pitching duel with Young getting and shortstop Pat McOon- diy to whip Nokomis Lions, 21.! In fast pitch action, First fan.and wllh!*.a Pr<20,.worth won the M. G...mBminrH .nnd All members of the!
into the second half of play the better of it in the hit aid 2. and Osprey: Merchants ed/l': Federal edged Bodager Painting Paul Muling, OkeechobeeCity : and fo..rth "..... with .K5 and (Mr ceived certificates tS *
ed Venice 4-3 to re-I seven snook Phil Mintle. ... Nlrholi und Al r.ll.hio ponpnl nd
I Kiwams tied It in the bottom Rotary, ;
1 orgmal department and Dalton in the up 11-10 It only were presented H"
Monday night game- by a score was red Ih. third cow. with 4IS John Hou to John
deadlocked for Sarasota, snook and :
of secon a a .
frame when .
the .
same and 1M back "
825-110 ,
worth rolled 1* m ifrr
strikeout department second loss ir "k.
scheduled 28 but Bodagcrs of the Nancy Vitale
ly on April .. ... ..... and
Rachel McAuley .
Venic Lester ,
third baseman Richard Blizzard place with 5-2:& records. and a Kt* hut h* and p.
hits Halback
allowed two
rained out-was played to determine Young only season I .d I. ..ebpro. by VYC .
Tom Me C.mant N.rtman eat n oat Comme.dore
Lions 6 1, with four Sarasota, six snook
safe and are game ;
while touched was on an error .. George
the winner of the first his opponent was Dave Cheyne and Joe Mc- 011.101. Wheeler Jr
half KIwanis posted a 8-3 mark for five. Dalton struck out later scored on a single by to play in the second half. Cord led the Babe's attack with Cartney, Nokomis, 13-lb. snook: --+-- John, fleet
second Gordon In other junior division ativity < and Carol Vance, Sarasota, two ... commodore
for the first half, while First 12 and Young registered two baseman Stru- tl'Iree.for-four apiece. I At.im .... h m kMwtm tho lorali captain of the and
ble. The winning tally came In the Kilowatts eked out snook and the flarxota Sun l I. on Ih. .I'mdn Red l team, 5a
Trailing 13-8 going into the ,. nl ht lit I Drop In and cepted a
for th KHrtur > trophy-earned
the sixth on a single by shortstop a S 2 decision over Ve-No Bank: last innings, Raw Its made a I All were caught with shrimp I M ..... fin. bowlinet Red team for bl mSJ
outlasted Nokoml scoring the
Richard Rohlwlng and an Rotary of McCartney -+--
determined bid to pull it out with the exception
points the
j outfield error on a ball hit by Lions 10-9; and the Bank shul' but fell short by one run of 's, which was hooked on ..-ka@wl" rllnlr. .r. held rttry competition year in team\
Blizzard. out the Elks, 1-0 Mond.r anal Thundny morn Inn M 'IDnt
tleing and two of winning mullet. A thrro-taMon thrM-wwk an..... !I.
a The
Johnson got his third hit of The only home runs hit dui- The First Federal-Bodager offered fra u> biwlnncn and now bowl J. R. Brown M r,11, ,?" .
the game to open up the top ing the weekend of play were all Lou Mate had these catches oro Into..od l In .k...Inl' lh. f..ln'.a t' Trophy went to M Venice Lions antesfielder game was nip and tuck the registered at Tarpon Center nm of bowlln. YOURS INVITEDIAnd I being the Individi,
of the seventh and then promptly by the friend. 11 ,?
with Bodager trailing, 7- brine scar D' nt t
kI R ya stole second lie advancedno Larry Burris. He hit way 4, until the fifth frame. They Bait& Tackle Shop at the south --+-- scorer Skip recci\, d the gj

x {t further, however as Daltoi a grand slammer against thE'< tied it up in that Inning and jetties: "..I.'. Bnriwr. Shop .tnr..d. on An. ney Schroder Mem"llal Teophy
fanned the next three battersto Elks on Thursday night and< went ahead by a 10 7 score in Louis Meinhold, Venice, 12 rhi>r Oil to maw In. font plwt, In the annually awarded to th'
aiternnon SIGNS I fACUE. Fiord M.ttn.a.r1 IIRecipient '
end the game. then came back Saturday the sixth lb. scamp," (kin to a black .PERSON ovi r hi. 154 .v.... rich K.mHof "best sport
The Shoppers left three men to hit one with two mon (''!\ First Federal set Bodager's (grouper), mullet; Lee Huston, ]? -171.114 for Ml ...1... and of a gift from feet
has three for h.'..... br. Bd .. .'\H-4ft. RIM R,no
stranded the bates and Ki base. He now members
on down in order in the top of Venice, \\1-1b. snook, shrimp: hirti 17-4 l and End. Duirunri I7K- was Mrs sdnrj;
wants two. the season. the seventh and then tallied Ed Smulders, Venice, 16-Ib. SAT won two .,,"m- and ton I pint from I (Ginny) Schroder, pram fail
In second-half action duringthe Tied for the lead In home four times In the bottom of the snook; and M Deppert, Venice, tin hick .v..... Anchor and Oil I fo total"r. f,,n ing master
two pinato
Paint aropnwl
Are your valuables past week, Osprey edged rung are Mike Youn of the inning to gain the victory, 18'&-Ib. snook.Fresh Wood .. .rf2 tn drop Into I
First National Bank by a 8-5 Vcn ce I ions, Gordon T *"n of S (to with low. for we.
Recreation And Marl Phil PaYne, Tom Rohmann, water catches In the and pl.... r"If T.I..... droppHffam Ica I Twenty-five new cimp.
score: Sarasota Federal out-I Oprev Al Red McIntosh and C. Willis Myakka River reported to .a and tntal pint to nu..n ('b..'.. i grounds have been :added. to
lasted Venice Shopping Center, Koenig of Ve No Bank kt to m tot Chryy i mon ahMd.Dnn national
several had two hits apiece to pace Snook Haven included: parks sine. 13
13-10; Kiwanis and VSC tied. have'! five. There are attack For Bodag. These have Increased
the winning ( and Bill Mark- the
Bunky Frazier total)
round trippersFarm Gftrdnor joumnH down from
8-8; Sarasota Federal whipped with four tr's, Roland Kappplmann went ley, both of Sarasota, 20 bass41b Sor.... and eaptnml flan pl... and I to 519 facilities captble of 10.commodatmg >
First National Bank 10.4; and SystemThe Iho .tralfh ..._, Frlriar elehl.Hrm.n .
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John Hunter
three for four and '-Ib. 28626 far.
'I i Venice Shopping Center shut Indians and YanVeei to :2 lbs? a Pak took the -.d ........ ; ei
two-for-three. every night.
1 out Osprey 9.0. were the only farm system blue gill. and $55 __

FIRE THEFT Danny Jarvis was the winning teamto register a pair downed olvictories' In Suburbia where the mores -........ .- :.JI! ...... <.....' ':. .-.. .y.' : .

from.. pitcher in the Sarasota The Indians are such that crabgrass on a
Federal win over First National Osprey (8-7. on Wednesday and men' lawn can lower his states ANNOUNCEMENT
PRYING EYES while Mike Graff took the on 8atur>1 tap it wee the Indiana faster than a garbage can
loss Jarvis also led both teams the Pirtrs 0. The Yankees
11. In his foyer, the weed can
in hitting! with a double and two remain imn>*.atM In second pause neighborhood rifts One RUTH & BILL HUBBARDARE
There your will: Your birth certificate. .. marriage singles in three times at bat. hilt pi,v after belting the California homeowner, fed up

certificate bonds and mortgages tax Charlie Powell Sarasota Federal White\ !lox. IDS, find the Pir with the host of ills that beset BACK AND DOING BUSINESS AT THE
centerfielder had a double MC71\. O prev Is In second his lawn in
records Get all your valuables together in the one Ills planted
and single in three times at with alma
place His viirilnnt neighbors slapped
safe place where you can find them at any time-a ivy
bat.For him with A lawsuit for violatin" MOTEL RESTAURANTOPEN
Safe Deposit Box It's a big protection at a small cost First National first the Tbp' C"ahrll; ag a chhorhood; compact KENT
baseman Jeff Knuckles was I .r which required that lawns be

top hitter with a two-for-three FARM SYSTEM kept "In a rood and husband AM. DAILY
"IJT Ifi NN' .1T: nm m iwici' effort .'
w T.I rmtidhna like manner
FIRST n OF UERICE Pat McDonald hurled the I Yankw ,-. OPEN 7:30 A.M. SUNDAY TO 8:00 P.M.
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Shopping Center past Osprey.Junior n.n.n
nR.A ( T: .._ i e 1 Serving Breakfast Anytime, Lunches and Full Course Dinners
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Venice Elks 9.1 1. on Thursday I "'M'. (C1e 5 n,5. "?,A.,.. ..
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