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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE INLET TIDES I r --

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4:44: pm TUESDAY, JUNE 16 8:17: am 12:25: am
DNESDAY, JUNE 17 '7:23: am 12;30 am 9 5:48pm: 12:05: pm
,} 8:10: pm 1:07pm: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 8:25: am 1:08: am
URSDAY, JUNE 18 1:43: am 1:31: am 7:12pm: 1:45pm:
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bequest in excess of one million dollars is

being made to Venice Hospital through the gen

erosity of an anonymous donor.

Confirmation of the gift was learned by The = x+ f

-a' r GONDOLIER on unimpeachable authority although

hospital officials and other principals involved -

declined to discuss it.
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A law firm reportedly is working on the legal

details of the bequest and setting up the mechanics

under which the fund will be administered.
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Christopher Magee, hospital board president, Hospital Annex, shown under construction here, Is slated for completioa by Dee. 1

declined to discuss the bequest for obvious reasons. I # *. !1

He emphasized, however, that the gift has no con-
WALKING BLOOD BANKTyping
Ii i I nection with the current drive for funds to com "
Gondolier photo I* Darrl Mau.oa'
5DtR plete the $700,000 hospital addition now under
> : OF THE TOP entries In the girl1 dl. Beach and Roberta Albers, Temple Terrace, construction.The Set To Go I
ion of the FSGA State Junior Golf Cham Tampa, Mayor Smyth D. Brohard, left, and
"nship played Friday, Saturday and yes- Lake Venice Pro-Manager Carl Rohmann witness -
I'day at Lake Venice Golf Club receive the proceedings. Brohard is vice president hospital annex will Increase the hospital'scapacity ,.

('Ir Instructions here Friday morning pre. of LVGC and he joined Rohmann in welcoming from 70 to 110 beds and will Increase the The Venice Hospital Blood
story to teeing off They are, from left, the more than 100 participating
o.ey Duggan, Plantation: Cindy Meyers, youths to Venice. floor space by ISO per cent. Dank has been Incorporatedand
imond Beach; Laura Mclvor, Fort Walton is laying plans for a walk
Besides patients rooms it will house central Ing blood tank with donors on A .

storage, a medical library, emergency rooms, expanded call at all times for various 1 .r4 y I

I II Davis Early Golf Leader I x-ray department and pharmacy and phy- types able when to be the immediately need arises avail \

siotherphy departments, hospitality shop, doctors William C. Johnson, plant

.'..11 Davis of St Petersburg while there were five bracketed Schuster, Eau Gallic, Bill lounge and quarters for the Hospital Auxiliary Vol supervisor for General Tele-
pd a one under par 71 Fri- at 74 and six at 75. Shoot Johnson, Venice; Paul Beck. phone, was elected first president
unteers.
W to take a one-stroke lead ing 74 s were Bill Harris, Fort with, Daytona Beach, 75, and
Kthe Boys' 15-17 age group Lauderdale; James Raprager, Beau McCarthy, Miami of the new agency. He had r
!err\ the first day of play in Winter Park; Don Stephens, St. In the Boys' 12-14 division, Magee said some $300,000 still Is needed to wide experience In blood bank

h F' ,da State Golf Associa Petersburg, 74; George Sicon Tampans Riley Longmire and complete and equip the new addition. It is anticipated work in Sarasota before coming .
"J t State Junior Golf Champ olfi, Miami 74; and Gus Mac- Eddie Pearce were the opening to Venice last February.
-Up at Lake Venice Golf Ivor Fort Walton Beach round leaders with 81'". that funds from the million dollar gift will Three vice-presidents were :

b.One. I In the 75 grouping were Tom Next was Jimmy Smith of not be available for some time. elected. They are Chris Magee,
:roke back 72 Baynard, St Petersburg Steve
i at was : Clearwater with an 82. John chairman of the hospital boardof
It1 B" dbeck of Lake Worth.Knuckles, Eich=tadt. Homestead Dave
: Robertson of Orlando come in administrator
Ronald Hanson, new hospital directors; William L. Hart,
with an 83 and tied for fifth president of the EnglewoodBank
with 86'. were Terry Grahamof said construction of the annex is "right on sched) ; and Dr William F Mahoney -

Heads Orlando and Sandy Guerin ule" and should be completed on or about Dec. I, hospital pathologist. I JOSEPII J, FARLEY WILLIAM C JOHNSON .
of Coral Gables Other officers include Mrs
Albers Shoots 19 the original target date for completion.The Mark Gillen of the Hospital He added that blood-typing bank The walking blood bank,
programs for participating organizations he explained, will make It unnecessary .
of
Roberta Albers Tampa, Auxiliary Volunteers, secre I I I
one of the nation finest young community-owned and communityoperated lary: Joseph J. Farley of Far- would follow in or- to maintain an ex-
establish blood tensive of stored blood.
4th Event der to a walking stock
July golfers, came in with a 79 to hospital, which serves all South County, operates ley Funeral Home, treasurer:
lead the Girls' IS-17 division. and Mrs, Elgin Morison, John
I Runnerup wIth an 88 was Laura entirely on private support. It has never received l 1C Maddin of Manawta Key

PPOintment of Bob Knuckles the Venice Junior Chamber of Maclvor of Fort Walton Beach, funds from branch of government, city, and Dr. George H. Boyd Jr., $9 Million Slated i4a
director of the "MIss Ven Commerce was made yester while Janet Nielsen of West any the board of managers
Beauty Pageant and the Palm Beach was third with a county, state or federal. It is fully-accredited and Johnson said I immediate
founcement of additional de- I dayKnuckles takes over as pageant 93 of the best and most plans are to contact all fraternal .
fcr the day-long cctr! ra- director from Lauden Tammy Bowman of Jackson one equipped efficiently patriotic, civic and religious -
h're to be sponsored by Pills, who has moved to At- ville set the pace In the Girls' operated hospitals In the state. groups to enlist their For Roads
Bridges
1a."ta.Oa, (Continued on page 2) support of the blood bank g
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The Jaycees plan a fun-filled ,
celebration on IndependenceDay ALOHA MERRILY
By W EARL AUMANN ent U. S. 41 across Roberta Bay
Activities will begin about
The same is true during construction

a
I becue noonvitha with "Sarg""Cracker"Williamsonin pig bar spent More on than bridges$9,000,000 and roads will be In I of the bridge on pres-
Back ToBy Native Hawaii She Goes (Continued! on page 2)
j charge the Venice area within the next
A' On the agenda for the afternoon two to three years, County
:: are many children Commissioner Masel C. Hus-
games such as sack races, tug- PEACIIIE EDGE with Merrily, this reporter was from sports models to more Merrily showed me a "story ton told members of the Ven Grace Minister
of-war and other competitive treated to a veritable fashion formal attire. Also displayed board" an unusual, hand carved Nokomis Rotary Club at the
events. Certainly there Is no more show as the young woman and were lovely silk, embroidered painted board about six I Thursday noon luncheon,
At 4 p.m., members of NoVel excited Venice High School her mother displayed a wide jackets from Japan. Although feet long, on which the characters I I These include construction of Is Youth Leader
Post 159, American Legion, graduate than Merrily Mahana variety of beautiful mu mu's many of their beautiful objectd' told a story the new Hatchett Creek Bridge
will conduct a colorful ceremony Brown who will leave todayon from the 50th state There are arts had already been! shipped Merrily was born in Hono- I north of the city, the Center --- --
burning old American the first leg of a trip backto mu ems for every occasion "back to the islands," (Continued on Page 2)) Road Bridge to the> south over
her native Hawaii.
flats ------ the Intracoastal Waterway on
Throughout the festivities, Merrllly, her parents, Mr : present U,S, 41, the East Venice t
L. Brown and
and Mrs Frank ,
the Florida Highway Patrol Avenue bridge, the Mana- i tt
.1 Auxiliary will sell popcorn and their son, Myles, age 15, are I snta Key Bridge and the Laurel
all in the throes of packing for
ice> cream Road Bridge over Shakett
'III! Tht beauty pageant will be the big trip. Creek
to Los
divided into three parts, swimsuit They'll drive Angeles Aenlce Avenue First
talent and evening town and there board a jet for the The high-level bridge on East
competition, The highlight of Islands. Their car will be ship Venice Avenue Over the water.
this event begins about 1:30: p ped to Honolulu Upon their way will be the first built In
m.. Many surprises are promised arrival In the capital they'll be I Venice and the contract Is expected
of relatives,
by the Jaycees for the fire greeted by scores to be let In July, Huston
all bearing the traditional gift
which will follow said
works display
beautiful, fragrant leis this
the crowning of Miss Venice. l The approaches to two-
Miss] Venice" and her chap- The Browns have sold their 'F ti l+tLW lane bridee will start at the
home here on Magglore Road
erone will receive a four-day Masonic Te.nple on the west
trip to the New York World but won't be "homeless" upon and the Public Safety building
their arrival In Honolulu as on the east, On each side of
2)
(Continued on Page they purchased a home on the w w + S p tj 1w the bridge will be a 22.foot, gJTILE
heights In the capital city soon two-lane road to give access to
after their marriage and still the pronerty on both sides of
I Lot Oaring I own It, having rented it during East Venice Avenue. This --- -
their. prolonged absence, necessitate moving the present REV. D1NK1NS
I Thursday
Case The only member of the curb line In four or five
A number of South Coun "Brown family" not to make feet, Huston explained adding, The Rev. Edward L. Dinklns,
J I fain ire planning I" attend the trip will be their two year ae, r+ d hT however, that present side new pastor at Grace Methodist
Church, to Venice
brings an
the hearing In Sarasota I old black Dachschund puppy, walks would be retained.
Thursday of this week on "Elle," whose name in Hawaiian To the east of the bridge I outstanding record of achievement
I ron controversial lot clear- laws call for dogs enterIng gLr fourlaned to Venice Farm munity church development
Ise law. I the Island to be held for Road, he added It will also be Mr. Dinklns preached his
The hearing has been set I six months and rather than specified In the contract that first sermon at Grace Churchyesterday
I 9 a.m. Thursday before I subject the family pet to this, 1 4 through traffic be maintained his topic being
for .
Circuit Court Judge John the Browns have found here a .. while bridge Is under construction "What is Christianity He explained
with 1 he used this subject "tn
good home with a family .
Ju.Uee.The law Is being challenged I four' children. A BEAUTIFUL NATIVE Hawaiian that is, Ida made by her and her mother from (Continued on page 2))
I Aero Inc. owner of Throughout the Interview Is Merrily Brown as she poses for a GONDO- oleander and periwinkle blossoms The unusual I HEINZ BABY FOOD-Strain
'COND In the by In Golden Beach. SHOP LIER camera 'Just before leaving Venice on hand carved wooden plrque behind her ed, 3 for 19 cents; Junior size FOR THE BEST places to
ENTRY
I property THE MEN'S
Miss V I SHOP the first leg of a return trip to Hawaii where Is from Salpan and depicts scenes of native 10 cents a jar at PUBLIX dine in the VeniceEnglewoodarea
rising July 4 DAY Used Car Sale for your Father's Day gifts j SUPERMARKET in the Venice see advertisement. Page
Nest Is Miss Ruth UP-I I' THREE S. Located on W. Venice Ave., in she was born. Merrily is wearing an authenticsun We, 8
Chevrolet ,
[harm'ebarth Beauty, a hair Salon.stylist at I' on Trail at and Duncan Englewood Road. Downtown Venice. dress but tits Ie i 1* strictly native to Flog Shopping Center.



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_ THE GONDOLIER I VEN1 E. FLORIDA, MONDAY, :
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_ BACK TO HAWAII BRIDGES(Continued from, ROADS Page 1)) Egglefield Gets I OK To Gig...!. A Gar Under New RulesThe Be Wise, Advise Obituary-

(Continued
from Pan 1)) Browns liked what they saw
lulu 18 Her at fisherman with desireto become effective July I, Address Changes
years ago mothers here and upon investigation Hatchett Creek. the! commissioner a pro
family had moved there from found Venice High School pointed out. The old Top Scout AwardScouting's gig a gar fish may do ao vide that non-game fish, othel r Social security beneficiaries JAMES VICTOR
Chicago, Ill., and her father would accept Merrily's credits. bridge will be maintained dur. under the provisions of the than catfish, may be taken bj 4, who expect to receive their Funeral N0L'HM

originally hailed from She entered 10th grade here tog construction work and the highest rank, the 1964-63 fresh water fishing regillations. manually operated spears, social security checks on time Victor services for>
Both of them loved to and has now been accepted for new bascule-type bridge will be Eagle Award, was presented! gigs, or bow and arrow frorr I I each month should make certain M, South Norman, 75 '11 RJ<
met at famous Waklki Kan'BI'j constructed The new regulations, which a boat or from shore durini I Venice *'
about 100 feet
I the University of HawaII. east to Scott Egglefield at a joint the Social Security Admin Thursday "ho *, ,
Sine June It the When asked what major she of present bridge. Court of Honor for Boy Scout I' daylight hours. except when! Istratlon Is kept Informed of lea Hospital morning at the v"
brides, those looking planned to pursue Merril replied A new road will curve off to Troop 28 and Explorer Squad. KNUCKLES HEADS this activity is prohibited bj 1 their correct mailing address. ness, were held after brief D I
unusual wedding gift for some she really didn't know the east of the present! road to ron 121 Monday night at the (Continued from Pace: 1) local law. Most persons receiving social ternoC/n Satuld", '
lucky couple, could take a leaf and that was one reason she connect with the new bridge City Hall. Fair. First runner.up and her Other changes in the fishing security payments are! alert Funeral at Z o'clock at fille.I'
from the Browns book. Merrily -I was going to college to find The present alignment will\ be Scott is the lion of Mr. and I Chaperone will receive a trip regulations are as follows: No I and promptly report any Home,
showed this reporter a out Just what she was best retained t up to Hatchett Creekto Mrs. George W. Egglefield, to Nassau and the second run. person shall take or possesi changes of address, but many, of Dr. E. Robert Chubl
I hand. .painted China plate suited for. Drovlde access to the Fisher. I, Suncrest Drive. Nokomis. ner-up will be a weekend guest any black bass lens than 13 1 according to George Banks, the United Church or y..5
wnlcn ii a copy of the Brown'I man's -he Mike Slede I Ilit Lido Beach Inches in length in PutnamCounty I officiated Crromation Chn,
One thing she surely Intends Wharf Restaurant was elevated to district manager of Sarasota' foUot
wedding photograph Mrs to learn first upon her returnto added Life Scout rank and Mike Richto The new beauty pageant ; the daily bag limit for fail to report their new address with Inurnrnent at the
Brown U wearing a full length Honolulu Star Scout chairman graduated from panfish in Dade, Monroe, Cemetery In MeLt..
Is
how to surf New Access Road rank at the same when moving McLean N.
Hawaiian gown and a special Whl'the': family visited with Court of Honor ceremoniesAll _._ Broward and Collier Counties Others, Banks pointed out do A native of l
,
Huston also said it Is -- ------
white lei. which from expected .hall be 70; the use of set lines BinninchiJr
goes Mrs three England Mr.
Brown's relatives In th.tI'fty boys are members of
not
notify the Social Security NormlJl,
shoulder to floor. that the contract for the new or bush hooks in the Fifth Conservation here tilt

Brown was a civil service States on. their an uncle way to took the Merrily United county bridge on Laurel Roadover Troop 23Daryl Mattox. past senior District is prohibit. office Administration makes a when change the In post the Princeton three N.years J. Re V H
N employee In the islands working Shackett Creek will be let ed and dally bag limit of
; a ed. lib
and her brother having J JI
to Wakikl to crew leader of the route box been
with the United States In the next 90 days. This will Explorers 10 channel catfish was established or street number. with lllOcl!
surf and Merrily's efforts were was the recipient of a special Many times when the address the Prl.nceton
Navy. When Merrily was Just rov'de another detour road to : for Deer Point Lake and MUOIctp.
less than spectacularSpeaking Gold Award for Leadership. on the check Is Incorrect Improvement Ce
a tiny baby, he was sent to U. S. 41 via Uv Venice ByWay t:1'- tributaries In Day County.A ,
I of the Mattox: also received the rank the Post will Mr. Norman
Seipan in the Mariana Islands beach that's something that has been of the fresh Office return ito WII .
a trust of the United States. where Merrily was Sunday afternoon urgently needed for many, of apprentice explorer, the ,. '. I\ water summary fishing regulations new and.. : the Treasury Department forremaillng.Thel.1l.allO of the United Church at rn@Jlb Chl'il! ,
where he was engaged in when close friendsuggested years aviation rating and merit regulations pertaining to Fish i the a past pre"dt1t: of the Stllir
thev badges for World Brotherhood Clti7en'a
Club
down ,
run to greater possibility that the and
working with the natives to re- He also predicted that the Management Areas will I be a
of rn@Jlb! ,
Italian Villa for a oulck r>\z.ta atomic energy nature public ,I check may be lost or stolen. t he East Park
.
build after the terrible experiences first step! In opening a new access available at the offices of county \ Club. Improv@Jltr!
and In .
Imagine MerrUy's surprise peaking citizenship the In either
the beneficiary
they had with the Jap road to Arcadia via State home. : judges by June 15, when the case
when upon arriving there she I, ,, I doesn't receive the checkon
When six Road 72 and East Venice SurvIvors
anese. Merrily Ave.flUe
was 1964-65 fishing licenses go on Include hia
months old, she and her mother found over a dozen of her close would be started within Other Troop 28 scouts who I :" '. : ) 11 110' sale The current fishing license time and this may cause Mrs. Alice Benhlm OI
friends and learned the affair received advancements in rank ; him unnecessary hardship if Venice NOI':11Ir:
Joined him. year since JTOO 000 has been is valid until June 30, : a son, Stanley
was a surprise bon voyage and other awards included: \ he is dependent on It for all or Pelham No1'ln1:
At the time he went to the provided In the 1964-65 budgetfor after which time fishermenwill N. Y.I .
Marianas, Brown was slated to party. After dinner and a trip drainage work grading and Tenderfoot-Greg Winesette, '" I be required to possess the part of his livelihood. I Mrs. Victoria Greenby a *.
to the movies, the ad. Mark \ Banks advises ,
group Lampman, Wayne that all per. Bay S""
stay 14 months and he endedup shelling the road. new license. North Wale
lourned to the home of Mr. and Wright, Bill Hurt. I ions in this area receiving brother : '
staying 14 years! At one George HumSl'
time he served as the governor -' Mrs Sam Dillon where their By-Pass Plans Complete Second Class-Mike Siede. = 'I social security payments notl- Toronto Canada.
of Rota and the Browns daughter'Jan a member of the Plans for the new Venice ByPass I Merit Badges-James Parks, I GOLF LEADERS fy the Social Security Admin.
were the first white family I class of 64. hosted a slumber Road are also personal fitness; Scott Eggle- istration of a change in addressas To expect the bestq.
ever seen on the Island. Asa party. Merrily was presentedwith he said, adding that a comPlete'j field skiing and three-year attendance BOB KNtCKLES (Continued from page 1) I quickly as possible after occur when you are i

small child Merrily, now a bracelet a by beautiful her friends gold Includ.ed charm. i for the work would be award. I Sarasota High School in 1958. I 12.14 grouping with an 83. In any move. Those persons enty is a hope Ie.. wish ps'.1 lit,I
brunette, had bright blond hair in the 'charms is When Questioned Elevated to Apprentice. Explorer :.. He participated in the Sarasota second place with an 84 wall I whose checks are being received opinion.
and the natives were so faci- a miniature on the I Intraeoastal Waterway, rank in the Explorer Circus for four while in Cindy Myers of Ormond Beach I at an Incorrect address --.
bated with it that on occasion graduate's cap, charm the commissioner said work of squadron were Jim Blackburn, Sarasota. years Vilma Harderer of Miami was should have It corrected! 1m. ...;;,

they tried to pull her hair out comedy portraying and the two faces of dredging out Lemon Bav Ted Blackburn, Woody Brown, Knuckles sp.nt five and one- third with an 88. mediately. A7T7ir !
tragedy
signify.
by> the roots.Merrily's Ing Merrily's interest In the should start within a couple of Dan Coulbourne. Paul Covill half years in the United States Other scores by Venice golfers Convalescent and :
middle name Ma- weeks and that there Is a Ron Dickens, Philip Farley, Navy. He received many citation Included: What you can't say to your
liana means something that is drama group at the local high "great possibility1' the contractfor Rick Feldman, Steve Ferguson for outstanding work as Dick Stafford. 83; Don Willis wife you\ can say to her best Nursinq Horn :
school and
warm, generous and kind. The so she won't a forget map of where. Florida her, constructing the waterway Terry Gleason, Charles an instructor In small boats and Kirk Tischler, 04's; and friend and often get a firm 24 Has, Waning Sanks/ ;
word is also used by the na good friends and classmates through the City of Venice Mann, Jeff Trueman, Gene and amphibious Instruction. Ben Steele, 97. Stafford was in hand-clasp of approval from III Phone, Venin 4t5ffg
I lives to describe a soft wind are would be let within one ,'ear, Hough and Mattox. The son of Mr. and Mrs Millard the 1317 age group and the said wife's friend. -..- poOcs, oa LtON a"

which blows over the islands Merrily is a well seasoned! according to information received Aviation Ratings went to (Jack) Knuckles, he is em. others in the 12-14 bracketing -=--
The young woman's educa. traveler, having visited I I Thursday morning from Gene Hough, Steve Ferguson! ployed in the savings depart.
tlonal background is certainly throughout the islands, Japan th- Senate Appropriation Com.mltt..e. Philm Farley, Ted Blackburn, ment at First Federal Savings Except that I smoke, drink
interesting She first attendeda and Singapore We know that Charles Mann Dan Coulbourne and Loan Assn. Venice office and worry, I have taken good
native achool, then a special while she t Is enjoying the beach Park Plans Okayed And Ron Dickens. Merit badges. He is a member of the Venice rare of my health and it has Attention Drivers
U S. Navy dependent's school were awarded to Rick Feldman !
at Wakiki, her thoughts will often Auxiliary Police Department i paid off nobly.
a Catholic school and she In cloning Huston said. the Woody Brown and Paul

pent\ two years norkmff. ononrnwnnnripnre times turn here to in her Venice many happy plans for the proponed five and Covill, cooking, Hugh Grey, I Banks Battling Coin Shortage"A I
courses from three quarter acre roadside personal fitness; Jeff True.
the University i of Nebraska. I park between Venice and No. man, fishing, art home repair Banks in South Sarasota large part of 'the problemis is JUNE

And thereby hangs the tale GRACE METHODISTContinued komls at Eagle Point on U. S. architecture and mechanical I County and elsewhere in FlorIda the speculators, dealers, and
cf how the Browns got to Venice 41 had been tentatively aoorovfA drawing are making every effort to collectors who would become YOUR BIRTH MONTH?
When Brown was contemplating ( from rage 1)) by both owners of Ea le Adult committeesmen and meet the coin requirements of more active if efforts to Increase .
retirement they becan Point and the! State Road Department scout leaders participating in businesses President David B. the monetary value of
to look for a home in Florida. unite our thinking in our role It will be built par. the ceremonies were Kenneth Irons of the state bankers association silver to $1.45 per ounce is sue- IF SO, please check
Glancing through a national! and mission." tially by the spoil from Brown Dr. Leon Terry, Jerry reports cessful. Present value is $1.29. your driver'slicense.
magaEine they saw an advertisement He succeeds the Rev. Miles tog of waterway In ... Hill Frank Blackburn, Dick The growing popularity of "It is urged that the public
for a large retire. DePagter, another leader in and when completed dredg'l Rich, WM. Parks D. G. Hough coin-collecting as a hobby and cooperate with the banking Industry It may need renewal. ,
ment-type village somewhere I youth activities who has re- K (20 foot water front George Egglefield Bob Miles the increasing use of coin vending in keeping the present
101.111of here. They purchaseda I signed from the ministry to reI bay. and Stelios Siede machines have added to the supply of coins In circulation"
lot by mall and when\ they i I turn to YMCA work. already overburdened facilitiesof Iron said "If you want to nee
finally arrived! at the scene j The 38-year-old minister who I the U. S. Mint. a smile on the face of your
they were bitterly disappointed [ was transferred her. from Cadet Piper Goes On Service TourFrom "AJthough new mint facilitiesare banker, bring in those piggy- JOHN T.GRAHAMSarasota

Everyone was unhappy Frostproof was the chief architect on the planning board, the banks and cookie jar. and de.
I with the surroundings and the of "The Frostproof Story," the United States Air responsibilities and capabilities supply of coins Is inadequate to posit the money You'll get a County Judge )
final blow came when, the a stirring story which has been Force Academy In Colorado of the major commands in meet the needs of commerce guaranteed rate of interest and
school In that particular area heralded throughout Method. comes the news that Cadet the Department of Defense. and the problem is becoming be doing your local business
refused to accept Merrily's ism in Florida. Danny Piper, son of Mrs Ver. Cadet Piper is one of the increasingly acute" said Irons. economy a real service." .

credits from the correspond. As pastor of the church in nitia Piper of South Harbor more than 600 members of his .- I .-. -"...
ence course the citrus belt community he Drive left the academy last class receiving the summer -
On their way north to the led his congregatlc to the top Sunday for H summer study training! to help prepare them
f Sarasota airport. they had to of the state's youth activitiesand tour of Air Force, Army and for duty as future Air Force officers .
l drive through Venice. The as a result is presently Navy operations at installations The program includes
chairman of the state confer. across the nation. participation in air operationson ;

Woman's Club Hears ence committee on youth. Cadet Piper a graduate of aircraft carriers flights I DOWNTOWN
In addition, during his seven- Venice High School and a with combat-ready Jet fighters
J: ,i.1! Asolo History Told year pastorate at Frostproof a member of the academy classof and bomber crews, demonstrations .
new $350,000 church plant was 1967, will visit numerous at operational Air Force
1 Erra J. Regen Sarasota attorney completed and Is virtually paid bases and ships of the fleet missile sites and by' battlefield
was guest speaker at for and the congregation raised from California to New Hampshire infantry troops and briefings at
t the luncheon meeting of the I over a half million dollars before completing the Air Force research develop-- P VENICE
I Venice-Nokomls Woman's Club to further the work of the tour at Ft. Benning. Ga. meat and logistics facilities. )

".0: \ on Regen Wednesday.gave a brief history of church Mr. Dinkins, a native of Melrose He will training participate missions in operational and. What has been described. I j

f : Asolo that Theatre the telling Asolo. his Summer audirnee ida Southern, Fla., graduated College, Lakelandin at Flor. thorough briefings Indoctrination that will give on him the a male a brittle I don't woman like.is a type of fa- Ii I j First & Finest Shopping Area

Festival was a non profit or 1954 and from the Emory I IfjJ I
ganization, now in its filth University theological school in --.1-- ____ -

year.The Asolo Theatre is the nnly 1957.He served in the U. S. Navy DAZZLING SPARKLING

I one of its kind and was built in during World War II and upon
lffffl I
Italy in 1798 In 1930 it was dismantled his discharge he attended i BARGAINS VALUES!
and stored in boxes printing school in Nashville
until 1949 Then Regen laid It Tenn, where he learned to be
was In 1950 that it was. bought a linotype operator. He subse.
by the Ringling Museum and quently followed this trade on 7A8TS ... ._, "'_ ...... .,,__.... ..__ __ -' n --

,:I 1 \ erected at the Rmgling Museum the Valdosta. Ga., Times and J DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MES"SHOP;
: Center. the Gainesville, Fla., Sun.
1: t Regen says there are plans Mr. Dinkina worked his way Clip this ad for FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY!

I to expand the theatre and to through Florida Southern as a FREE 2 week supply of I See our iclection of gifts that

I improve the summer festival printer and also while he was AWFUL ? SUPER PLENAMINS DAD NEEDS AND WANTS.
,I bv presenting a serifs of 18th in theological school at Emoryhe
soil 19th centurv dramas and was a printer on the Atlanta : 231$ W. Venice Ave. 488.6776 Medical Center Bid?. 225 W. Venice Ave. 88-6M|

1 j talks by eminent ijlavwrlghts Journal.He L.- '. --.& --
lie pointed out that all costumes is a Scottish Rite Mason
made for each Individual and in Frostproof served as I VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY
actress and actor are authen. president of the Rotary Club Set Ri"9'I
tic. He reminded the group of Mrs. Dinkins the former AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI I Wedding Rings Diamond Stone

I, the free performance here on Patsy Ross of Lakeland, Is a Sale Service Supplies We Repair All Make Watches Silverware Jewalry
{ Thursday at 8:30: p.m. at the graduate of Florida Southern Stuart MarricV, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair 3119
'I r Gulf Theatre which will be pre. where she received degrees In I It1t I 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 W. Venice Ave. 411.3 -
," I t sented by the Asolo group business administration and ---
It was announced the club home economIes DRIVEINTlnn.
had offered use of the newly The Dlnkins have two children TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO.GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
4 air conditioned clubroom for a son Dale four, and Wda' ? T5" W.dn" ''
Ifr rO the story hour to be sponsored Linda, two years old. SCREEN PRUF REPELLENT "ul-:;;.1100; i'as rises" 'ce o; sAflTr
'. k! bv the Venice Area Free Pub- SPRAY NINE CLEANER '.4
;;;: "' cowrooi"OM
s: lie Library S.U SHOCK:
p } Th* next regular meeting of WWIVetsAuxMeet Portable on-and-off TIMER (set and forget) I ll.( ,5? "'LIP'KRa NEW ADVKNTUBC -
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the Woman's Club will be on 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 5.e.i.: ,, ala.I am rd.y a> S.nr- Mf It lr.011
I I 'f July 8 at 12:30 and the guest SaturdayMembers Too often people who wouldn't dream of sating off-flavor I ..----- d.7). a MUNwtllCS.4I. ....
.
.1 speaker will be --
Joseph Gerard, food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water or
I I a handwriting expert Details of the Venice Area chlorine water became they don't know how easy Welcome To
will be announced later. Barracks 764, Veterans of WWI it Is to Improve Itl! JIM WRIGHT'S

I On Wednesday at I p.m. and their auxiliary will meet The cure It s special /home-water filter,the Aqua.Pure* VENICE SEED & FEED STORE
there will be a social bridge at Saturday evening at 8 o'clockIn Taste and Odor I SHIRTS SLAX
filter that
COMPLETE
the clubhouse Hostesses! on the Venice Civic Center. can be Installed under _ _ A GARDEN CENTER
this occasion be Plani 248 W. Miami Ave 121 481.3010
will Mrs. Walter will be formulated for kitchen sink In mineuteL Dial 488.3457 W. Venice Ave.
I your _
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Gelscer. Mrs H Paul Joseph a planned picnic and also to be .. .. -
It filters out all J v ___ "... ..-...
and Mrs John R. Hogan. discussed will be the coming
bid tastes and odors.
I Door prizes will bl! awarded state convention at Orlando. SALES & SERVICE
and gives you all the really /J/ VENICE STATIONERS
\ I refreshments will be served Following the meeting light .
I Members and their guests refreshments will be served by good! tatting cooking and

'I'r.' I erf invited the auxiliary. ....., drinking water you can FOR 18 YEARS. OPP. THEATRE .. .... OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
use.
; WOLFER MOTORS Inc. Only a modest Investment 0...._ SirHM M .S Open M.IM T1.1 IADIO 10 p.m.. >.< HI-fl I Typewriter, Adding Machines (Mechanically OperiWl 1

j f RAMBLER DODGE and a simple W. tin I I:: 1 TV I* M loss wftlk nvilrlHf ,..... <............. Chemically CleanedJust $12.50 PIes P ar ts If Rqu'''

; Installation problem p L ne ........ loot. ... ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCEPh.
1 M5 S. T.miaml! Trail <488.3965488.6150 Just pick up your phone si 11" It sues as su If tile sass 488.2618 311 I Venice Ave. W. 211 I W. Venice Av,. 488-41U
SPECIALIST IN. and tell us to bring one ras'saled asmsIw. II wetse asw --
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CffftntlM. (
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Brake Repair Lubricate Chaiiii family and guests will i\n\ tt Minium McmM' a VENICE CAMERA SHOP USE THIS VALUABLEONE
I
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.; I'' Front End Overhaul I Adjust Heidlightt; Be ems Gulf-Shamrock Inc. NEW BROWNIE STAR METER ADVERTISING SPACEwith
I I }r. Wheel Balancing I Electrical Repair. Plumbing, I
I I Engine Overhaul I S Any Automatic or Stand film, {lath gun, gadget bag & bulbs to promotevalue

t S ard Trantmiiuon Repair 628 E. Venice Ave., Venice Ph 488.6247 488-2445 $33.39 $16.50 MERCHANDISE
YOUR
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THE GONDOLIER
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CHAMBER LACKS Qi/OKUM Dinner Dance I



SLY.ICI Point To Honor ElksThe

. t Eagle Canal ProposedThe Venice-Nokomls Lodge

s ditI No. 1884, Benevolent and Pro

Vaof June meeting of the Venice posed community park at said tective Order of Elks and it*
five petitions are being constructed The proposed park Ladies Auxiliary have planned
' p'sf Area Chamber of Com Eagle Point a canal running I circulated and have already would be built on presently a Dad's Day Dinner and Danes
r merce board of directors was the full length of the park, per. been signed by several hundred submerged land filled In with for all Elk and their guests on
Fuk, I I called off Thursday night for allel to the highway, with provisions area residents spoil from the Inland water- Saturday, June 20.
for multiple boat The local dry cleaning
luck of a plant Hay There will be a social hour at
quorum. launching.
polo operator said that, although he Obendorf lives on the opposite
Only four directors of the Obendorf said he was thereto Is opposed to filling the bays side of Curry Creek, directly 6 o'clock and a steak dinner
will be served from 7 until 9.
i i nine-member board and Execu Beck endorsement from the and waterways, he would not across from the park
+ Then from 9 until 1 there will
1 'T chamber on the proposal. He
oppose the park if the canal Is site.
v .y rir l, tive Director C. A. (Nick) Keller be dancing to Harold Hart-

along with two ._ man's orchestra.
gh and a former director newsmen showed :::Z::: ::;; -? There is a definite limit on
tan for the ,,, ;' the number of people who can
up meeting which 'iad li'P ,
ha ,
,
xti '
e e 1Mr'ld tb 40 be accomodated and reservations
been postponed from Monday -"". ;::;, "" .: must be made not later
irk N night Five are needed for r .;. .
M y a u 'w "' .e than Thursday
14 >r quorum. vtl. fd ., .: J 9TH
One of the directors, who T '
Oak said he had left another meetIng -
nr to attend the VACC board
Lew'con meeting forcefully expressed
his displeasure at having 1 -
jLc4ST !! changed his plans The lame ,r 7NEW
I thing has happened on other

, occasions, particularly
daTU -- "" ..- during
I Tie summer months. H- i .
MARK'S GRADUATION CLASSProud.. Smith and Directors on hand for the ;
Iy] holding their diplomas are members of the same order Kimberly Wallace; third row, Thursday night meeting were b
kindergarten graduating class of the St teacher, Kathleen are Mrs George Dillon, class E. J Ewing, Earle L. Kilton,
1>lark'. Episcopal Parish Day School In the Kathleen Denison Lynn Hamilton, Larry Rhodes and Jack Rlehl. LOW
bottom row, left to right are Johnathon Brit. Cline, Butler Dawn Casperson, Lee Ann Former VACC director Carl
I Lawrence Tracy Ponder and Mrs. Thomas Ed- I
ron
Smith Gerald Miles and mondson, who Obendorf also was on hand
Thomas Bo; second row, saMe order, are dcrgarten The leaches the four year old kin. with a petition asking the
111. ,j Carol Leet Susan Smith, Susan Hijel Carv evening.. rites were held last Thursday county commission to Incorporate PRICESON
I on the bay side of the pro-


7ro I Venice Gardens News I Area Girl Scouts On TourA I GENERAL All


Bj MRS VICKI FREEMAN local leader and two Girl ROrkwood and while there will ELECTRIC
ids Scouts are among a group visit points of Interest in 'he

Phone 488-6761 which left Monday on a seven- area, including Embassy Row, CENTRAL
the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier .
There will be a crafts class day trip to the National Girl
night at the Rec Center. the Lincoln and Jefferson HEATINGAND
for all children at the Venice -- Scout Camp, Camp Rockwood, Memorials Arlington Cemetery I
Gardens Recreation Center on Any adults Interested In a Washington, D. C. the Iwo Jima National
Thursday: nights from 8:30: to volleyball league, please contact The leader Is Mrs. Gerald A Memorial, the White House.
8 p.m. This same time Is also Bill Kelley at the Rec Center (Jud) Curwood, while the Archives Building, Smithson. DEPARTING THE UNITED STATES on Ports Authority Mrs McKinney is an industrial
cllotted for adult swim at the or call at 488-4786. This will young scouters are Andrea ian Institute and the Washington June 16 for their home In Brussels, Belgiumare designer in glass for a Finnish firm AIR
Ree Center, so parents may be co-educational and Just for Beecher and Mary Phyllis Mor Monument. The others in the George McKinneys son, daughter-in- creating under her former name Nanny
bring their children to the fun so don't worry if you don't rison. ,the pnrty are from the Sara. law and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sllll She holds the Mil.-no diploma of honor CONDITIONINGQUltM
rifts, class and enjoy a swim know anything about it Just They will have four days in lots Bradenton area, j McKinney of Darling Drive. The ;youngsters has exhibited end won awards for 111.. r walk,
uninterrupted. come on out good exercisetoo. remained In Venice after their parents ended throughout Europe( and some of hpr design':
-e- their visit her last month, and toured the are exhibite din Museums of Modern Art in I
Don't forget the movies Wed -0- east during which he had several speaking New York and In Victoria and Albert Mu I CALL TODAY
nesday night. New neighbors are moving FTY 'J' 44'I engagements in Virginia Washington, D. C rum, London. She holds the laureate of the
-- I Into the Gardens all the time.If I and New York City in conjunction with his National Selection in Belgium] of Industrial FOR ESTIMATESSUPERIOR
Also, for all you pro square you see someone new moving European representation for Virginia State Design, 1963.
lancers, Fred Christopher Is
into
your neighborhood,
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still going strong with his don't wait, go over and wel f'iKi.P
square dancing every Tuesday come them to Venice Gardens. NPC Resident VIt Annual Meet' .t.. .m

4lie.

Summer Recreation Traffic VictimNORTH Set For TonightThe :, ;


\r JIs ;, 20% OFF Heating Cooling
i PORT CHARLOTTEA annual meeting of the

Program To Start rnmrmmity- 75-year-old received resident fatal of this In. Venice Taxpayers: t.l'oiuC'111 ; On All Fabrics; 744 VENICE AVE E.

be held at 8 today in the
pro 'I' PH. 488-5359
lurles In a twe-car crash Wednesday DEL'S
More than 250 Venice Elementary program with two instructors, 4 when he drove through community room of the First :
q Center
School area children, while this year it will take five i stop sign into the path of a Federal Savings & Loan Assn Sewing -
who will be In the second to, to care for the large number 1' southbound auto on U.S. 41. 124 W. Venice Ave
sixth grade next September, expected to register June 17 r MI Trooper Dick Towsley of the The entire slate. of nine di-
i are expected to enroll this to 22. Florida Highway! Patrol said rectors has been renominated

week for the summer enrichment Among the subjects) covered the: victim, Antonio Quatrone of according W. to VTL presidentFinn YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
program at the Venice will be mathematical and 209! Agress Ave., ran a stop Caspersen. and other 3
Elementary School June 22 science enrichment reading, lign on Blscayne Boulevard, nomination! mar be made I
from the floor. Directors Auto Insurance
main entrance to the commun are
through July 31 arts and crafts, library mUSt
That was the encouraging ical enrichment bowling and I :tv. Quatrone's car was hit Edward C. Alnslie Robert S. I. NEW LOW RATES
message' Ronald C. Mitchell, a swimming, and other play it when it entered the highway, Baynnrd Casnersen, John Elk- 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
Ins Fraser
fifth grade teacher brought to ground activities.The bv an automobile driven by George Donovan 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY.
of Aaels- Dan B. Granger, Abe S. Man-
members of the Venice KiwanisC hue E Brande 25
fee will be $3 for the a del David Raltray and FrankC.
i ub Wednesday noon, as he And Norway.
for
entire six weeks except Raebum.
emphasized that this year the swimming Instruction at the' Mrs. Ragnhild Brando 28, JyQ7JR44
.ix-week program will be opento Venice Gardens Recreation 71d sustained a bruised arm in the Caspersen said the agenda Gie
the school children of mNhap. for the meeting will Include
which
Center pool, for an
parochial schools as well as ditional i 1 M fee will be h at: I Towsley said Quatrone was discussions of county and city .
those enrolled In the Venice and Roller skating Instruction also t brown out of his car by the budgets and what is in sight on 116 W. Venice Avenue
Nokomis public schools. will be available In Sarasota I A I Iy mpact of the edition.' He taxes for the next fiscal year .=1f- Telephone: 488.2289
Program's llth Year for an additional fee plus $3 died an hour and 20 minutes nlus! a review of (the Anderson .
This Is the llth year of this for bus transportation. ,, I later at Venice Hospital where Report on the Sarasota County t
type of summer recreational his Injuries were described ass school system.
local The speaker emphasized that k compound ---
program held at the crushed chest,
school, Mitchell said He went daily attendance is not compulsory fracture of the foot, head and
but that the centers,
i on to note that the first year :, I IIt Internal Injuries. {M
only 30 students took advant at Venice as well an at Osprey The Impact also' knocked the!
age of the summer recreation and Englewood, would open at at Qustrone car 30 fee backward
8:30: a.m. and close et 3 p.m. + I Into the stop sign. No chargeswere i Ir
Lunches should also be taken filed I In the crash which
and milk will be sold for five caused $800 damage to the 'r_ ?
cents, he added. 4 two: machine.
GOOD BUY No Bus Service .

outside the VenIce 4t 2- .' t
i Youngsters One of life's Jokes Is that the
city limits must furnish people who scoff at materialIsm .
their own transportation, he i r b are often living beyond
'
STAYS CARS aid, hut pupils of the Nokomis their incomes. ,

'...... & Elementary School may
attend at Osprey if that is more e"'W
7
IN5UUNCGOOD convenient. I Swim
I Youngsters entering elementary InS70

school next September L -c
GUY may participate In a pre-achool WaterAT
e
Mitchell said, direct
ed program.by Mrs. Don Crawford, .._ ._ _._-i r

sixth grade teacher at Venice, BABE IN THE WOODS Sandra Kay Heath, 19-year-old
and Mrs. Lester Kl-sJing, first college beauty from Miami, will be one of the statewide entrants Warm Mineral dome
grade teacher at Nokomis. competing In the "Miss Florida World" beauty pageant things
19 The speaker also pointed out at Capo Coral June 18-20. She has ache blond hair, blue Springs
......} } that sixth graders entering eyes and 34-22-35 measurements. The annual "Miss Florida just
Junior High School In the fall World" contest, prelude to the Miss USA and Miss World 12 Miles South of Venice naturally
are not eligible to attend the spectacles later this year, will be held at the Cape Coral On US 41
elementary school program.; Yacht and Racquet Club for the second consecutive year. .
INSURANCE They and all students of Junior belong togetherSuch
fOR AUTO .... i fiRE

and Senior Hlllh of School can ...,..-....--.... .', in the
Hugh G. McPherson take advantage summer en s.w--,
richment programs at Sarasotaon as your SAVINGS ACCOUNTand
253 S. TimUml Trail payment of required fees itfJ 4Ik.
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and $3 for bus transportation, ) your MORTGAGE LOAN.
Ph. 4884567STATE he added.It .
"- ..-..- -.. -- .... Save for the down payment on a
FA'RMIniunnet I Is worth a thousand pounds s oFisherman's house-then finance the balance
a year to have the habit of
Complnln; looking on the bright side of WharfSUNDAY here,
HomeOHlcMi Bioomlngton,Illinois things. Samuel Johnson

IBMB HB, BM M X> JUNE 2Ut

EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Choice of e .

CONTEMPORARY BAKED HICKORY SMOKED HAM $ VENICE OFFICE;
EARLY AMERICAN 2,95
601 South Tamiami TrailRST9J
TRADITIONAL ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF

let UI style your 'favorite V'1t BAKED LOBSTER THERMIDOR

t or ceramic into beautiful lmp BAKED CHICKEN & SPANISH YELLOW RICE

a Rtwhing/; Restyling/ CHILDREN
a All/ Lamp RtpairtWVl Served with

by E."II/lcn Designers and Appetizer I Salad Vegetable $1 5 0
Craftsmen Potato Hot Rolls and Butter

Beverage Dessert SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA

THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. t--- -- -- ------------..- i U.S 41, N. of Venice AVI. DOWNTOWN SOUTH GATE ST. ARMANDS

204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA CLORIDAe phone 488-4317 200 S. Pineapple Ave 3350 S. Tamiami T> 381 Hardlnj Circle

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To The Editor: t think such vandalism shouki!
A I would] like to know the reason be made public. Let the chips
:
/1l if there is one, why the fall where they may.
vandalism to the foot bridge NAME WITHHELD )
iJ over Lemon Bay in South VenIce
Editor's Note Below Is
was never publicized. All ( :
the railings were tom off the the photo of the bridge dam.
MEMBER or THE ASSOCIATED PBMo .- MEMBER OF TRI rtOKIDA PB'>. ASSOCIATION 200 foot span making it very at'. It was not sued became
dangerous to try to get to the It shows but a small part of
Th. Aiaociattd Pry to .elu.lv/ lr mlltlrt. M IM for rrpubllntHMi err all ..... .. -h.
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M or not odo...... crtdlMd. la thta pp f, and 0'00' .load nwa irabltelifd h..... All rlihta of rpublleatloa north beach. vrrr
of iiwelaJ dtowwh- an .1.. reiwv..l, A constable and one of your the bridte, and therefore did I
The newt and .kid advertising eontont ., IhU nvwtpatwr la aopyeighnd and Ha r...ubll..tI.. la ax.onralr photographers saw the damage not tell the whole story The + 1 t It ..1r
rorbldd..opt br *rltt.. pcnnlaikm.PublliM .
but nothing was ever in The GONDOLIER deplores vandalism
and rather than hush
11:..., MonH.r and Thur. n, from 11MI E.: Miami, Anew GONDOLIER about it. of It It feels that publlrUlns
It will cost quite a sum up
Reload: Ai Soeond C_ Matm At Port OfflM/ M Vmln.. Florida
money to have it repaired andEDWARD each will act as a deterrent.)

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EDWARD D. BALL ........... ........ ................... Editor and Publisher --

COURTNEY WILLIS ... ........ ................. ... ... .. Advertising ManagerSAM _

I DILLON ... ... ..... .................. ..... News and Newsphoto Editor

ROGER KILBY..... ... ..... ............ .... ... Mechanical Superintendent

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3,:25\ per year, $3,25 per six months $2.75 v. le
per three months, 10 cents per copy Out of county, $8,:23\ per )year $4,23 ;r'r a'!y 4r
per six months $3 per three months. a tk Wdr }

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I To Make Things EasierWe _
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STILL OPTIMISTIC Ward Wright cjntcr, following his installation ai president;of the
see by the papers where our great central government's new "equal pay .. .
receives congratulations from two v pn i iclub for a second term. The VPs are Will I
and good friends the Wage Hour people for equal work" levy. dents of the Optimistic Club of Roberts Bay Fn:dy. left and Manuel Roy

are going to malt things even easiernow Yep, they're going to make it easier. -

for the struggling businessman Easier to decide to go out and hang your. t4'et 'saw.

They are going to put 950 additional self in desperation rather than continuethe r-

: snoopers to work making 50,000 inspections unequal struggle against ever-tight.

to matt lure nobody fudge on the ening federal strangulation. l
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I Judge Without PoliticsRegardless ,
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of the identity of Florida's for their approval or disapproval.The .

next governor-Democrat Burns or Republican major weakness of the plan is that, HEADS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHMother
.. .
I I Holleyand of whether he serves in effect, It leaves the choosing of Flor --- 11ft" -

for two years or six there will be a number ida's judges in the hands of a small group, ,/

of interesting constitutional amend. for unless a judg-r>"*>'"ee were flagrantly jJ.J. .

ments proposed in the 1965 session of the unqual'f'ij, the voters could be e.-
I
Legislature feted to approve the nomination nearly

.... .
(Ideally, of course, there should be a i rime.
complete rewriting of the Florida Con fts major strength is that it would remove i it .

stitution, but that still appears to be someyears judges from political campaigning.
There would be no need for a would.be
I j in the future).
judge to curry favor with Influential
t One of the most revolutionary amend.
groups or individuals. He would not haveto
events likely to be offered to the solons
seek or accept campaign contributions
for their consideration is a change in the
from persons who might, later, expect
method of selecting judges of the supreme,
to be favorable
repaid by a interpretation
appellate and circuit courts. The planalready
of the law.
has the support of many-prob.
Other factors in favor of the plan is
ably most-attorneys and judges.
that each selection committee would include

Perhaps "revolutionary11 is too strong laymen as well as lawyers, and

. a word to apply to a proposition conceived that their would from _. _._ -
personnel change ,... _.. ,
and backed was -- -
by as essentially conservative time to time. While a bench-ambitious attorney FRODERMAN

a group as the Florida Bar, To might be able to build up a fol. Edward Froderman, of Boston Church which publishesthe SCOUTING'S HIGHEST RANK, the Eagle ceremonies went to Daryl Mattox, second:
the layman though, the plan proposes lowing In the bar association by political- Is the new President of daily Christian Science Award Is presented to Scott Ejgleficld, secfrom left cold medal for outstanding leader-
such a departure from long custom thatit Monitor and the other church ond from right by D. Grady Hough, assistship, and George Siede Life Scout rank Mat-
type tactics, he would have no way of the Mother Church The First publications. ant scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 28, spontox is past senior crew leader of Explorer
seems revolutionary.The knowing what laymen might be named to Church of Christ Scientist, in He Is a native of Germany, sored by the Venice-Nokomie Rotary Club. Squadron 121, sponsored by the Venice-Noka(
plan calls for nomination of judgesby consider his qualifications.Also Boston. He was elected Mon. emigrating to the United States Other top awards at recent Court of Honor mis Elks Lodge,

seven-member committees.-three at. to be considered is the fact that day by the Christian Science as a teenager. He became interested
chosen the bar association and Board of Directors, to serve in Christian Science
torneyi by the Florida Bar, of the selection
as sponsor while still in his I
the coming year. He succeeds teens and re
three non-lawyers appointed by the governor plan, would be most anxious to make Mrs. Helen Wood Bauman, also signed his position as vice- Vets Administration Disavows SolicitationsTelephone

: with the chief justice of the supreme it work successfully by seeing that only of Boston. president of a Chicago bank in
,;,'' court as chairman. The chief justice would well-qualified named ", The new president, although 1949 to enter the public prac and door-to-door at St Petersburg following Wilson added, thai the VA
lawyers were tc:: not known personally by mem tice of Christian Science heal. callers implying they represent several inquiries from those neither endorses nor condemN
vote only In case of a tie. (judges. bers of First Church of Christ Ing.He the Veterans Administrationwho who have been approached by door-to-door solicitations in be-
Once selected, the candidates for The strengths of this proposed constitutional Scientist. of Venice, which is a moved to Boston In 1954 solicit funds or try to sell such salesmen. half of veterans Those wM
; Judgeships-only one for each office- amendment far outweigh its weak branch of The Mother Church, to serve as manager of the products are acting without "The VA does not endorseany suspect claims made in loch
is widely known by reputation church's department of branches permission or authority. product project or com endeavor should cheek with Jie
..4 would be presented to the voters for a nesses. The next Legislature would do well since he is also a Trustee of and practioners and in 1961 This statement was issued today men',il I endc avor for the profitof Better Business Division of the
: "yes" or "no" vote only, for a specified to pass it along to the voters for their the Christian Science Publish. was appointed to the positionof by Rufus H. Wilson, manager indn duals, ml-ationj! or Venice Area Chamber of Com-
, : '\ term. At the end of his term of office, the consideration ing Society, the division of The trustee of the VA Regional Office corpor.,ition'." Wilson said. merce.

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'iii A judge once again would face the voters -Polk County Democrat'


I, !"' Shine Off The Tax CutHere lOOK


I .. we go again! Instead of an economy program however, 7ftIIII

That seems the most apt commentarythat the nation Is offered more and more welfare -

can be made on the administration''s state programs both new and e A ''L lh""cwiJ;
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request that the national debt ceiling enlarged.

I now at an all-time high of $315 billion What will coma of all this No one can

be raised by another $9 billion. If that is say for sure but past Identical situa COMPARE

not done, say the proposal's supporters Lions have resulted in more inflation. If

; the government won't be able to borrow that happens this time, any benefits conferred e

the money It will need to pay Its bills by the tai cut will be eliminatedand

1 when. the next fiscal I year starts on July I. then some. The purchasing power of I u&i- (I, ; _,,"' J

To any thoughtful person, this development the dollar and living standards of the

should take a great deal of shine off people will go downhill because of it.

the tax cut. That cut was made in the face You don't successfully fight a war b MOVE UP !

i, of the fact that, unless a compensating against any other undesirable condition by

I, i t drive to reduce expenditures accompaniedit fiscal juggling. You weaken the nation-

more massive deficits were Inevitable. here and abroad in its very foundations.


I I Newspapers Hold Their Own
L.. Let Sarasota Federal help
f you move
''I
i Remember when television first entered adult population increased from 49.15 per

,f ', ', the mass market and numbers of people cent in 1945 to 51... per cent in 1960. It

i thought that this would wreak havoc on adds, "Newspapers in the U. S. have been to better living with GOLD SEAL
a
ether media of news and entertainment more than holding their own with the up

!i II Including the newsp.pell7 Well, at least growth in adult population, and we e.-

I: to far as the newspapers are concerned, pact will continue to grow as the baby
!L the prophets of doom have been proven boom develops into adult newspaper purchasers. home loan tailored to your needs!

I entirely wrong. ."

I, Ii I, Editor & Publisher reports that total Moral: The newspaper meets a need
low interest rates no pre-payment penalty low service charges
. I newspaper circulation as a per cent of' and a want that nothing else can.


Ii I' ""J Library Column


,j : : : By B. LARZ NEWTON, rab and Rustum."

I t t3"., Editor, FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY The minister opened the boot at $ARASOTACSgQ[ [ ) [1. .
random and there to his suruprise was a
I : '' The philosopher and the minister were short paragraph on religion Matthew Arnold savings and loan association +

'I I discussing religion. says: a
: "What is religion?" asked the philos And 'flit true meaning/ of religion
I
i opher. Ha listened to a sermon The ii thus, not' limply/ / morality, but morality
:I agreed there were some things fovcAeo by emotion." CHARLES BRUIN, Venice Office Manager 4'

ttij'" 1 that perhaps, could not be reduced to a In your library are boot to add to
J'Iphiloloph.r
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j 1'1 I few simple words. your understanding of many problems.You .

t I !, The minister happened to pick up a can help maintain the Venice DOWNTOWN
SOUTHSIDE
GULF GATE
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VENICE
book 1 from the library table. It was a selection Area Free Public Library and extend Its
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I /M13th 'Pink Ladies' Celebrate Legion, Auxiliary -




! ; Birthday At Gala Luncheon Install Tuesday

Mrs Arthur: Swanson will be
Installed president of the auxiliary .
L ttlrtecn.h|,: year of the to No-Vel Post No. 159,
J Ai"\,liary Volunteers American Legion in .aw.
I I ceremonies -
i ell Memorial He"ital{ Tuesday evening at <8 tr' ,Aid t + ,
jn '1\1\ hard workin" m. m. o'clock at the Legion hall post ,1 I
II < ,of.( t I' Group being lauded! officers will also be installedat
I q" ,IOU: landing tra: .. 3 this timePreceeding,
l",pl, a re .1 1 oldtimer and a the Installation,
I J n, I to the local h-'*-t :ilv. the auxiliary members will ,
I ladies"c'' l>r,, !'ed meet for dinner at t o'clock at
if| I ,,1"" ''ay on Thur 'ay the Fisherman Wharf Restaurant c
| //I t I luncheon ut the Special guests of the auxiliary
U, V I"t Club preceded will be the district In.
hour. officers. L \
.I I 11 stalling .
,t ruest performer' at Members wishing to attendare ,
tall;( it 11"11 Mrs M P reminded to call the aux
nay a talented contralto iliary president, Mrs. George
number of Kaup, for reservations p
< I' a popular f des d t
.aYd r qtr 1gtQr.tC
,r't stt
Bjmam! Jones, HAV Asolo Players Here + 0't ,
w a
tyi a
<1 w'lcomed the 119mars oftWiF On Thursday Niqht t I It'rr

and guests present Live" theatre fans are reminded ...
then introduced the honor
I
that on Thursday even.
f r I If who were the< new leg members of the 1964 Asolo
';-J I administrator Ron 'd \. ,' .- Theatre Comedy Festival will
:,n and Mrs. Hanson perform at the Gulf Theatre
,'c her Magee, prej dEnt beginning at 830.:
'*nl's board of direc
h'
dr
4ul Scenes from "The Taming of
Mrs Forest Minting
and
the Shrew" will be presentedby
ill i of the Sarasota Hos a
\ : Polly Holhday, Albert Smel-
Aux: "ary Volunteers ..... ko, Paul Weidner and Grant
P be utifully decorated' t,1 a#: I { tilpatrick. They are all members :
t'S
j"' ike was cut by Mrs r of the festival and were I
it S hurr who was cele 'tt -, ,: big hits last year.
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10th anniversary oft t ,
pig er According to Mrs Gene L. I ? are
the local HAV and also Green, who wit' Mrs Clyde

eva birthday, Lasbury of Englewood is cochairman SUMMER READING FUN Four area looking on are, left to right, Geoff, Sabra and
r 'dtlmer" who lauded HAV for the local appearance youngsters visit the Venice Area Free Public Robert Evans Mallet Note the large displayof
to mteers was Magee who BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Some he's the new administrator), Mrs. Forrest there will be no charge Library to register for the "Smokey the conservation and nature study books behind I
I" "\ stated that since he of the principals taking part in Thursday's Mmturn, president at the Sarasota HAV, for those attending Bear Reading Club. Here Mrs. Sam Dillon them Registrations for !the club are now
;most: the same thing thirteenth anniversary of the Hospital Auxili- Christopher Magee, head of the local hospitalary assistant librarian, shqws one of the books being accepted at the library.
x ir, they could possibly Volunteers stop for a minute to admire board and Mrs Burnam Jones, president of A little girl is likely to smile selected for the project to Gary Capasso while
r a record and play It at the group's traditional birthday cake. From the HAV here at a passerby whereas a little
trad: Tonal birthdnv cele left to ifght are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hanson, boy scowls'

in In I serious vein.. Ma Sets Hour 1
rented: out that the volun. chairman for the affair then cus and Mrs Normand Patton, Library Story
Introduced Mrs, M, P. Courtney flowers and decorations. I ,
pnv:ded countless hours Golden Wedding CelebrationFor
who
sang. Her selections The speaker's table was cen-
to the hospital and

*war ho d::re pi'I!ladies al,just would don't" do know without what sic Heart Included," ,""The"The"With Saga Sound A Song of Jennie Of In Mu-My," other tered colorful with tables,a varied mass were arrangementof flowers decorated The Saxmans This Wednesday Smokey Bear Book Club [1


lack 'Ballm' the Jack" and she with streamers of day lilies,

ki- newcomer who spoke no closed her program with "A straw flowers, hibiscus and Two special programs, of Interest world of nature. She said that the awarding of the pins and
\'v of the women was the Good !Man Is "
Hard To Find fern and there also
were several to all
area youngsters, there are over 200 interestingbooks certificates
I administrator
hospital who Mrs Courtney was accompa arrangements of spectacular are planned for this summer by written about these vital
ben here just about IA nied by Mrs, James A. H gh- I multicolored zinnias and the Venice Area Free Public subjects and many of !them are Story Hour
Hanson said that In the tower, at the piano. celosia Library available at the local library. The story hour will begin on
I "I 1 where he last served Then fascinating movies ofa At the conclusion of the affair One is the "Smokey the Bear Friday and be held each Friday
t was. a very active w ork- Hawaiian volcano erupting Mrs. Jones announcedthat Reading Club" while the second A special display has been from 10 until Ham. The
group and when leaving he were shown. The films In color I, the arts and crafts group Is the story hour, which arranged, emphasizing the con. story teller will be Mrs Sam
sure he would never findi with sound were provided by of the HAV would meet Mon iArt proved so successful t year. servation and nature theme Dillon assistant librarian, who
i t croun again like them Mrs, Donald R Van Sickler, of day morning at 9 o'clock In the + Registrations will begin 10- and showing just a part of the was story hour chairman last
books available for
,'rk with He remarkedI Laurel, end shown by R. Stan- Parish Hall of St Mark's Epis. t day at the library for the reading summer This program was especially
I .d promised the prrlll-l lev Bennett. copal Church. She also said "Smokey the Bear Club" and All elementary school age popular with! the small
; of this group that he Mrs. Grier thanked her co- that the next general meetingof the club will continue for 10 children are invited to participate fry. Children attending shouldbe
II write and tell her how chairmen for helping to make the volunteers would be on weeks in the program Those between !the ages of five and
i were here and ,mphn the occ'" "on such a happy and Monday. July 13 at 10 a.m at According to Mrs. Dorothy who read 10 books or more, of eight years.
J t: ;t he was certs !:lv 10 succcsful one They Included St Marks. Jantz. librarian, the Smokey their own selection from those The story hour will be heldIn
to t :ve to write and a i ''I I Mrs A Hooker and Mrs program Is designed to ac recommended, will! receive a the main clubroom at the
vl -t wonderful group the I'Coors Grs:; le. tickets, Mrs I The only people who can quaint the youngsters with con. pin and a certificate. Special Venice-Nokomls Woman's Club,
I HAV Is.John. Thor J McVe ih, Mrs S raise money easily are those servation. its purposes aims festivities are planned for the In the same building as the li
rj, Crier t-neral! W / s Mrs Delbert Bar i' who don't need It badly and problems and also the conclusion of the program and brary.and .




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Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Saxman eating to note that the Sax- WANTS :
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will celebrate their 50th wedding mans were the first couple to 1
W".wS I anniversary on Wednes- move Into the Venice Gardens
1 day with a reception at their subdivision.Mr. atpjJ
Mltfliu
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-:::- home, 255 Seagrape Road, Ven- Saxman had retired after
Ice Gardens 30 years as a mechanist withS.
R. Dresser and Co. in Bradford .
n The anniversary celebrationwill __ n ,
be hosted by members of I II rM
fMRS. the Ladies Aid of the Lakeside Another interesting fact concerning I SPORT SHIRTS

4 Lutheran Church It will be the happy couple Is VW <, I Rowal.. and but............
from 3 until S o'clock In the afternoon that her parents, the late Mr I with Ihort. "_ BtnPaa,
and Mrs Amos Clouser were aolldti .Olt.-
., also married on June 17th. In I i
Mr and Mrs. Saxman were SUMMER TIES
fact, just three years ago, they
A. .J.. married in Butler, Pa They Bhanmaa4
celebrated together, with the I Itrln., and : :wee
DITTRICII AT TilE ORGAN moved here seven years ago Clousers marking their 70th NI far Dad.CABANA.
from Bradford, Pa It Is inter wedding anniversary.In a
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[rganists Install New Officers, Bojds Will Host ; J + ba-.k... .........mature


I Grangers Party WALKING SHORTS
Deluding Nokomis Musician r' ""' II Bermad... lmnakr
Mr and Mrs. Richard Boyd p.t I. alrlny, gtt/ar.
anllb I
will
Palmetto Road Nokomis, '
Nokomis woman, Mrs. Ida dean; Margaret Wierts, sub be hosts to Venice Grange ,. BELTSI

pittrich, organist at the dean; Beverly Laler, secre- members and their friends at a +'' ... cbn ,Imhof. ...........
[anuel Lutheran Church, tary; Carl G. Werner, treasurer special social get.together: Wednesday t math. R.,1ooI eight taerr

among !the new officers of ; Phyllis Jones, librarian, beginning st 10:30 ?J i '1r I Dad.
I Sarasota Chapter of the and Emma Simpson, chaplain '- HANDKERCHIEFS
rican Guild of Organists The meeting was then turned a.m.All those planning to attendare { l, fntloW, and Madrid
lied at a dinner meeting over to Mrs Wierts for a asked to bring a sandwichand e /t :::...bIN Unr one
day at Morrison's Cafeter- discussion of programs for the place service A beverage
Sarasota coming year, Prospective and dessert will be furnished I PAJAMAS
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s. Dittrich, who was in. members will be Invited to the All Grangers are welcome. A 1Ib..1..1 tonsil t.

od as chapter registrar is September meeting am.R nltema....... rdeontrrt
only local officer She Orchestra SetsRehearsals w
here with her husband -1 Esthers Plain PicnicAt m DRESS SHIRTS
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from Portland Ore., end HereThe I Short .I .d while
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and oolldo and I II
the first organist for the Venice BeachThe j { : I ....,ort,
nnnuel Lutheran when the Esthers of Venice will rehearsals of the Ven $
'rh was organized In 1960, meet Wednesday for a picnicat ice Civic Orchestra will! be held x; SLACKS

"retired" for a time and the Venice Beach Everyone during the summer months at Florida.- 1 V \ T.I"....,...... grrr_ a04 ud
returned to the church as planning to attend Is requestedto the Venice Civic Center every "' x l moan, wash sad wr..
mist about a year and a bring a covered dish and Thursday evening at 745.: All WIOt or wttboat etch

sides ago the organ Mrs. Ditt- table get service underway The at 12:30 festivitieswill : p.m. area interested are Invited musicians to attend.In the at a picnic beer is a natural Teolorflll ROBES wdhawlt ,

Plays piano and harp and :,, u I ehoea{
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taught instru q.... a.m IN SARASOTA
all three
with ,
When you're relaxing st:your: ivorite outdoor beauty spot + -- --- -
Is.' She studied at the In- SHADE SHOPPEALSO t
DEL'S LAMP & {
RON friends or and thirsts whetted by fresh lit and exercisethat'
le family your
of Church Music In Ber .
Germany and then under the ideal time for a cool, refreshing glass of beer. In
,
William Mlddleschulte at fact you can name your recreation-iwmuning, hiking, or just
Chicago Musical College ;: CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vmyli. watching TV-and chance are nothing io the world] fin it quite '

Dittrich has been affiliat- :, ; J < burlap, parchment etc. MADE TO ORDER 1 as well as beer: 'cr : he S1Lflt'chOP!

>ith the American Guild of a", AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service. I Your familiar glass of beer Is also a pleasurable reminder that r
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fiats> for many years and ., we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy '

e only local member : Also hundreds of lampshades In itocl. All I beer and ale, if we so desire,is just{ one,but important ooc, of I' 225 W. Venice Ave.
esda)' evening, Dean Joey 1 I freedoms.
those
conducted a brief bust- 15'i shapes and met.V personal I Ai Phone 488.1620
the newera /. Mob Lamps Out of Vaitt, Bottles. etc, reTaxat!
meeting and then In Florida...beer goes with fun,with I
POLISHING
BRASS
were installed by Miss LAMP REPAIR I Venice Fla.
slit Easier The new of. -.. IMS S. Trail >/2 block North of Sean O UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION ,

s In addition to Mrs, Ditt IN SARASOTA mmmmmammm m __ r.alplll3Iali0 t0M,14A41M1 II
art Jo Bagley, reelected





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SIX THE GONDOLIER t VENICE. FLORIDA''_MONDAY__ :JuNE II Ice,
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Legionnaires
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installation Induct ENGLEWOOD ceremonies Staffs- Impressive were IJMARKtT IJ\ /,E ge IaIi /

conducted last Monday nigh /
when Englewood Legionnaire
and Lemon Bay Bost Unit 270
American Legion Auxiliary inducted
new staff of officers
Feasting and rituals provided .
I Sareiota Brand Chipped Turkey
colorful
a program of activities
for a large attendance of: __
post and auxiliary membersand l pkgs.
friends of the Legion
American Legion Eighth Dls ,0 # ls; ; +.., SUGAR CREEKS
trlct Commander. Sawyer Albrltton -

officer for officiated the legionnaires as installing assisted 12or.
Weiners
by his staff of district of. / 9I
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fic*"3: Sergeant-armi Edward
I Bahret: Chaplain Jack I( Swift Premium Allotted (TV Forty LW, Soae, Spiced Ulwo),
Wilkin; District Adjutant Mrs
Grover Cleveland: Finance Officer t1 .
i old Cuts 9
William Eisele: Judge ) ;: a pigs.,
i Advocate Mrs. Louis Fisher;
Executive Committeemen' Ralph Tatty Quick Frosen Sea
Hipslev. Herb Robinson and
Grover Cleveland past com Trout Fillets. lb.49C
mander of Post 103. a .
Albritton presented retiring
Commander Clark Eccles with \t "'Y., Quick Frozen Shoulder Cut
a citation awarded for merl-
torlous service as post commander Lamb 39'
and Adjutant E. A. a\ a Chops . .
Bartholomew was awarded a \
citation in acknowledgement of ''
F F P
fight years of outstanding ser-
vice as post adjutant.

The district he has commander reaopointed announced Sliced BeetsPRICES

Post Chaplain Louie Sheppard ,
as member of the district Religious .
Emphasis committee. 303 CMSUNSHINE
The new staff of Lemon Bay
Post officers Inducted are tmcrrvi/ rr's WHITEPotatoes
Commander William Haste;
Ben Lane, senior vice com r MOM, TUEJ., WED <
mander: Whitford Barklev IS.I4-I7
second vice commander; Mrs
Mildred Sta-ncar. finance officer 164 i
: Louie D. Sheppard chap 1REAKFAST CLUB 303 CaaGEORGIA
lain; Amon R. Dunham ser
peant-at.arms A. V Perkins REDTomatoes
asaistant Mr.eant.at.armR: Er : :
neat Thelln service officer:
Mrs. Fay Glascott historian. ffT- PUrsaaars BIIX
and Clark Eccles admtant
New members to the post's
beard of directors are: John t, 303 CM
White, A. E. Bartholomew and
William E. Herdman. xt VAN CAMP

auxiliary Mrs William president Eisele.and district her QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER GUI V Pork Beans
staff of district officers installed &
the new staff of Lemon Bay
Unit auxiliary officers and
charged each officer with her 300
LAMB ROAST
ob" ation and duties. YOUR
The new auxiliary officers c..l0c33c
are: Mrs. Norman Coulon, LIMIT2P LEASE CHOICE
president; Mrs. Clayton Rhode -
first vice! president; Mrs. can
Roy Meehl, second vice president -
: Mrs. Louie D. Sheppard.
treasurer: Mrs. William EHerdman DIXIE CRYSTALSugar
secretary: Mrs.
Ernest Thehn chaplain; Mrs lb.
Ralph Athev,
sergeantatarms -
: Mrs. Clark Eccles. assistant dairy i specials t
sergeant-at-arms; Mrs.
f PM Causeway, historian' Mrs 8".1Club Grade A Florida
Hlda H. Clare, Mrs Frank 5 Ib.
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::1 executive McCook and committee.Mrs. Clark tccles Large Eggs 2 doz.79c*

PICTSWEET 37c

t Lt f Lemon Gardeners; 'k * * * *

,J Dedicate Palms Apple Keg Tasty CUT CORN Se9

ENGLEWOOD Before disbanding ) 46-ox' 5 1. Limit I ..
for the summer bolldays Appleirnce 3
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1 \ the Lemon Bay Garden ALLFIAVORSFGP
\ Club completed one more pre Flavor Perfect g
J
lect in its program to beautify
.' Englewood end its surround 3 Jello
19eF&P
Fruit
Cocktail
,I; of ings an This anonymous was due donor to the and gift !.*

consisted of the planting! last Who!. KernelGolden
::1 Friday of I 11 I Cocos Plumosa 3 ounce peclegelOc

.t h palms Englewood in the Elementary grounds School.of Jie i Corn 2 1 S:," 29C 10 ojc

At a dedication ceremony
Ii : Mrs Kenneth C Mood, club Van Camp's FamousPork
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president, stated the LemonBay
It ,
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,!! Garden Club as a member & Beans 2V 19 r ro
1"",' of the state and national Federation
NEW LOW PRICES ON
of Garden Clubs, has a
''t goal to increase and maintain Kleenex White or ColoredFacial 0

in civic*. By beauty cooperating through with garden the Tissue 400Pkg.". 19c Beer And

school staff and the children,
'
more beautiful grounds will be
available for all to enjoy she ( Customer with purchases of SJ or more) down L produce lane
I Hated! ( 2U>
Soft DrinksCigarettes
Members of the club who Dir )39c
I! largecan SWEET PLUMP NORTH CAROLINABLUEBERRIES
joined in the ceremony were'II" l ed Ham
Mrs Claude W. McMullen, Civic
Beautification chairman
:
,t r; Mrs. Frank W. McCook chairman .
Ji J j of Horticulture, and Mrs.
!1 s Wood. DETERGENT SALEf ;

; Planting of the
b palms was
n t; ( ) c
r'l' I;I Robert Platt and Jim Pint; 39
I r J'J'I'Bathrick. REGULAR SIZE
I l' The palms were received on
f behalf of the school by Principal TIDE 9I
II )1 Thomas McDonough, with $2
t. teachers and children representing Venice /
I I Shopping Center
Ii, ii each grade as follows: .'
t" J Kindergarten, Mrs. Frank IOO UV .!l:1 V 100 C.rfa.

.1 1" Suzie Shearer Driscoll with Anne: Primary Welgly, Mr and. I : J1l( Or*.n Stamp. Store Hours\>> : KING SIZEgq

I W. Rlzek with Suzie Thompson I "
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and Bert Davis: Mrs. William SWIFT PMMIUM rtOTINritlSH Morse FrL 8:30: 9:00: 63
I Burchett with Moline Mclntire __ GROUND HE $2

I I and John Bishop: Mrs, Mary ___ ,..01.3.. .Ibf..... Ju.$1..29... 1oooooooo Sat 8:307:00: : .
,,: Bonnie McIntyre Manning with Gary; Intermediate Does and __ .s B Carton

\ j Grades. Mr McDonough with .
Berry Taft, Ted Thompson and LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH -
M+
Lmla '
Ree McDonough Mr.
t .'I I Roger Hales with Wanda PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE FRESH FROZENKing
Brooks and Mary Beth Welgly,
Mr. Gary L Eland with Darla Fish
yi(j Moore and Brian Everhart and Ii'PUBLIX'N
U! Mrs. Vernon Herbert with Tan-
I \ a ny Hams end Roger Pomer-

,d I I" .I lean The Club expect to continue beechnut strained york county Lipton ;M AwK sT '

f to work on the school grounds Steaks 19PAGE
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:, .',! ," next fall with other plantingsThe baby foods whole) onions I instant tea e.aI I lb.

i 'II j American elk, or wapiti 6 ....11I 65' I.... 23' .....
i I I as called by the Shawnee In. Ie" ,.' Ie, 89'
p I dlans is the second largest !_
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1 I deer in the world after the

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ABOUT ENGLEWOOD I Kiwanis Magazine Gets Bell Award I IThc


KIwaniS Magazine his WnnN To Be Censor," "You

1 tUSSiFml1JUm It Outwith won a t.op NatiOnal School Bell and the Law" and "How GEE

Banging Award for 1964, it was an- Helps the Dropouts."

nounced today by Louis H. I Also honored with School

Moody preiident of the Kiwanis Dell Award this year are Rich

Pat Bang Club of Venice. organs a* Changing Times

The award came for "dis- Readers' Digest, LU, Look.

I Phone 488-5349 tlngulihed continuoui coverage and the three national broadcasting

CLASHED / of education during the year networks

I WantedTo3uy I Anika Johnson cam In to see and they should be very comfortable ended Apnl 1, 1964 by e epeclalited .

I I Business Personals Lego! I us as supper was being prepared there. audience magazine."

RATES and as there was plenty, The School Bell Award la E'wood Vet Club
WILL BUY only real bargain TYPEWRITERS IN THIS!: COUNTY Jt'.s; rOlIRT I asked her to and share It Mr. and Mrs. the National .
in and Adding' IN ANn FOR SARASOTA COUNTY stay W. W. Albury granted each year by
Charge Ratei, both Thursday bedrooms Venice, west of Trail 2 Machines (mechanically operated IN RFi FLORIDA, IN PROBATB with us, which she did. She from Naranja spent the day at School Public Relations Meets Tomorrow

Ind Monday Edition tral 2 baths. Prefer cn- ) Chemically; cleaned. I : D.ESTATE SCUDDhR.OFCKOHCE D..-...d.Prohala has just returned from a three- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thompson'son Asim. a department of the National -

heating and AC No Brok. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts "". N",. Tilt day stay in St. Petersburg visiting I McCall Road with their son, Education Association in' ENGLEWOOD The annual

$1.59 ers. Phone 488. I88. If required. All makus. Venice TO ALL NOTirR CREDITORS TO CREDITORS AND PERRONS her sister-in-law. Bill. Albert and Wilbur have Washington. I general membership meeting

Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. RAVINeS' CLAIMS OR MMANDS -0- been friends for years in fact This is the second time The : of the Lemon Bay Veterans I

((12 word minimum) 488-6113 Von AGAINST SAID ESTATE!: I sine 1914. Kiwanis Magarlne has been so Club, Inc., will be held tomnr-
a'h.oshp notified and ronulrtd. Mrs. Robert Doddy brought
Additional Words each te RentalsVACATIONER'S 5* Cli esue.Ills. or draiand which fonmar -0- honored. The first award cameto ro wnight in the American Legion -
Dressmaking back the braids of
alterations draperies hava ...In" tha !:ol.'. ofr my green Mm! Manda Selhkln of Harvey the Magazine In 1862. headquarters at 8 p.m.A .
0.'..* D. Scuddor, D_. today. Her
l.la of rug name was got.
etc. reasonable
488-1130
NOT ICE. II.'..iota County, Florida In Ui offloaof Street is back home from Specifically The Kiwanis new board of directors of
both *
CASH retei.
ten through Ethel Hill. Called
Thursday Completely furnished I 2 3 I H... JOHN T. GRAHAM. ........ the Venice Hospital. She feels Magazine was cited for publication the corporation will be elected I fl
and Monday Editing CSstp Jud.., 5 In tha her last week and asked if she
County Court
room apartments and bat'h. 'In. Aleo.i S S......., Pls'ld. wIthIn .1, would just braid the material pretty fair but seems lo have a of the following stories: and the club president Age .
$1.48 eluding! utilities and linens. .I..d. mooiha 5.., tho d.. 01 tho ; weak ankle. Jane Thompson is "The Crisis in Our Libraries" Sklolvlg urges legionnaires

Weekly $10$15-$20; Monthly I SHEPARD f 5.55 Pooh publication elalm: or of demand tbla! Notice.imirt b* In we folded had and already rolled.stripped and it driving her down to the doctorto "What College Holds for the and Legion Auxiliary members ,

word $30-$55-$65. Call 488.3447, even. LUMBER CO. "Hllna, anil In duplicate ahall ..... Imagine have it looked over 'C' Student," "Education, to attend this Important ses
|lIt minimum, took her hall
) I tao P.... of raldcnoe and port office only two and a "
Ings Youth and Us "Everyone sloe.gry. .
474-2569. 504 and 818 Ar. add_..e of the .1. :v
Additional Wordt .acn So 1 1003 N. Waihlngton Blvd. Clalnantl lhall awora hours to do it. We are deeply ---- -
mada Road. to by the Claimant. h... seoul or at.

Fee A...* A"'('.. trt. ta rl..... Sarasota S5'050ishsitbs&s.sspsi.Shy filth. 'I.., 54 .sp'..b..1.1.. vf'2' grateful. Thee wfYl83l9 or ellmintUon a 51 6 --
1.O.th.I.a ckar.. of $5.t. LARGE 2 BEDROOM house call .....d not an filed .hall .. ...Id. Tbe --
II.,. f.r ... ....'11.... Is ....tUrn. I rillnt fee mar .ba added. lo the amountor If wants a cute .
S., each tneertleii IP'....tt... stove, ref, unfurnished 306 ELLIOTT PAULfor elalm and .I.i', form. may .be ob.lamed anyone puppy
A..r.lee chirr* of .. rente W Ponce da Leon. Phone 488:1789. fmm the Count Jiitfre. of ft... and an unusual breed see
..... I.. ... .( the GMdoller P o. HARRIET K. SHUDDER Grant Nlemla 364 Jentlan
........
Sot In revile* to elMtneae. ROOF TRUSSES .. Eiecutrli of tha Eit.taof :
Road South Venice, He has
FURNISHED Goo... D.
3 bedroom house. Scuddw. Daeeated.
Nokomis Alum. Windows & Doort. Attorney fmlth and Thorn.., two males he wants to find a
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOn Heights Screened til We t Mlnml Ape...,
Contract
& home for.
Roofing
porch, built-in Bar-b-que. Also Painting Venice' rlorlda, good evWgl 0.
Edition, per Inch $}.00 Phone 488-2132 Venice Publldti' June i. a, II. z'. 19... -0-
Both EditJoni.; ; par Inch $$3.50 Furnished 1 bedroom Apt.
Barbeque. 488-4400 after 6pmVenire. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lewis
-- IN THE) CIRCUIT COURT OF Tire: from South Venice are beck
RUBBER STAMPS made to or.
All clauified TWMFTH JUDICIAL
ed. payable In CIRCUIT
| flrdrooia fenI.hs&. fT' der Overnight service. Of. IN AND FOR) BARASOTA COUNTY, from their three weeks vacation. .
advance except ei'ablishadaccountw With,, onll-n. to hue it h'IT.'.. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY They always take Sheila
fin loo, fire personal pocket or stock. ELSIE ..
JACOBS. 41.55\ M. CAMPBELL t .. ..
..___ 4881432. Plaintiff, the old dog with them where-

3 WIII/AMr C_ "' ". "'" ever they go. She seemed to
BEDROOM HOUSE!: on the ,. HAVF sod -
CANCELLATION or UAN1TA M. get a new lease on life, stood
w ater Nicely furnished. HAVES, buabandeon
wir.. D..sdants. the trip fine. They were in
ADJUSTMENT
Request for cancellation NPC. Phone 488-3881. Situation WantedNEW To WILLIAM NOTICE E. 0'HAYES"rr sod lUA. Georgia Tennessee and Ken HAS SOMETHING FOREVERYONE

Him tuck '. The high point of the
NEWLY M. NAYES 505i1 55.-t 55.4. )
DECORATED bed.
I
er djuitment became of YORK LPN, will care eon Street. Elmlra, New York. trip was a stay at the home of i'
error mutt be made for room, furnished apartment. for convelescent or elderly You ara hereby notified that a Comlnl .
Richard Ralph's oldest
P.
pl.' to fororloee Lewis
Large an Aajreenient for
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE kitchen living room. By persons in my home. 4882794. IJood on Lot IT ..i Boat Raeln Lot 11 son, in Louisville, Ky.
week ..
month Phone .ho
or *
year.
!:
5 p.m. on Monday. For Mon. davs 488.3785, evenings 438- ITY.: UntIr4"Eu'livM0nf1."JJlat ; There are two Lewis trrand-
day Gondolisr BEFORE Boats For Sale thereof recorded. ,In Plat Booh .. children in Louisville Elaine
5D04 em 17. of the Pnhlla Record of .....
p.m. on Thursday. ota ('",..t,. Florida, and a Now Olson S, starting school In the fall
AIR CONDITIONED, One bedroom CRUISE-ALONG CRUISER. 22 T,.".,. ID No. I6UIIX78 haa been filed. and Jerry 13. a Boy Scout
PHONE Apartment. For sum r.in.t. you and that roo sos noulred.erre (Star rank) who Is scheduled If you're ADVERTISER in The GONDOLIER
ft Excellent condition. Shin to a copy of rour .,,..., or plead- an
mer or vcarly Adults At TilNa :; to-shore glass bottom Worth ipe to the romphlnt on Plalntlfn ..t.tssos to take In the National Roy
488-3125 : .r,. BOONB. HAZEN I8PHORD. you're also a reader.
at
.. Scout Jamboree Valley
u Call or see Larry Redford -
ING. .
trip to Samsota. Consider P. O. Boi 169 Venice. Florida, \
Associate Chips Johnson trade. Make offer 924-7221. and file the orlilnal, ....., or plradlni Forge Pa., July 15-23 going
Real Estate '06 W. Venice ,In tha office nf the Clerk of th* Circuit on flom there to the World's
:500 1, on or before the in 1., .f Jul,. I
Real EstateHELP Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 4882279. 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom 10" If yog fall. to do so. judirmant hy Fair. If you're a READER of The GONDOLIER .J
default will ba taken .....5 '
for
you
2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. built boat. 8 ft. beam. 130 th* rellf demandid. 'lit tha Complaint., I On their way home the Sen. you're reading the advertisements as well at the rni '"
Chris Craft I Done and ordered. ,.. ,
HP engine day at Sa Flor for Law!. stopped off to visit
fine me building move the and hundredsof Investment Nicely furnished. Walking cabin ideal for Tarpon fishing Id., thla Seth d." of Map 191" friends in St. Petersburg using news. You are also patronizing the stores whose "
distance to Casey Key Beach. W. A. WYNNE.

lots we have in this area We pay utilities. Yearly or I $800.guns Dr.Frank Tel.Walther.488-4408.1001 La- : Clerk earaaot of, County the Circuit. Florida.Court, as their motel.headquarters their favorite ads appear in the Monday and Thursday issues

city and suburban. List your seasonally Ph. 488- I27. By, W. B, Oi4nan, where you'll find the best in and the best
South Venice lots with us We I Deputy Clerk.) They went over to nee the quality -rI

are movln' em. CaU Bruce F. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air con. Lost BOON Attorney. !. HAZF.W for Plaintiff,* WKORDINO, greyhound which had been in price :: ry;, I

Thompson at Gulf Realty. ditloned and furnished in I Klorlda Power l.l.ht Pnlldlna., whining like mad. The conversation rF;): l ::

Phone Day 488-6738 Nile 488- Venice, $90 per month. Write SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING I P.Publl.hl O Dos J.UtA.. I,, Venlc I, III.12.FtorHa.HIM. got on dogs Ralph asked /) S

5M8.! or phone Earl Bond WA8-4181 us to get our Bible out and
and diamond wedding ring NEWS MAKES HEADLINES
Rt. 3, Box S64X Arcadia, Fla., on Nokomis Beach off pavilion. i turn to Proverbs 29-17 and this
and Rive references Is what we read: "He that
Reward. Contact The Gondolier
Lots For Sale Florida CAP passeth by, and meddleth with
VENICE 1-1 BDl. t'Nt'UaNISHF.D Newspaper. I
strife, belonging not to him is
ADVERTISINGMAKES
,3h.bs. P4o..T. 5 1ds. 1'.I.I.hrd. I
NOKOMIS ACRES lot, 100x150 Jt'n CALL LOU UCOP" 455-555! LOST: Blue child's glasses like the one that taketh a dog

ft. on canal. Phone 488-3853. Venice Ave. or Beach. Phone Tops In RegionFour by the ears." Does that ring a
TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by bell?
488-4316 after 2:00: p.m.
VFNirie" RF .inFNCK TOT" year. Completely furnished. I ,
ENICF" Bl'SINKS curs .0-
ALL. IOU JACOB. 4HMJHT Automotic heat and air con BLACK TERRIER, brown out of five swards at MONEY !

ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. chest. Some brown (in face. the Southeastern Regional Con Tht Rev. Arlo L. Leinback of
ELK INLET Seawalled private
St. David's after doing his
I Tampa St., close to atores.Tel. No collar. Answers to "Skip. ,
Kilton. ference for Civil Air Patrol
boat basins E L 4881321. rounds of both Venire and<
Bayshore Drive. Nokomil. per. Reward. 4885573.Leqal were won by the Florida CAP. Snrasota Hospitals, found to his Advertising deadline for Monday issue:

TARTLY FURNISHED 2 bed according to Lt John DeBaltz, dismay on arriving at the rec.

Houses For Sale room cottage $65 month, commander of Venice Composite tory a message his father was FRIDAY NOON "-.

plus utilities. Phone 483-4927 or Squadron. dying. It took him about 11 flyIng -
DeBaltz who attended the Advertising deadline for Thursday issue: ,
Dakota
to North
DUE TO ILLNESS, must sell 488-6474 BTUDFNT AND ATHLETIC regional conference over the hours to get / .

C.B., 2 bedroom. Hi bath. TRAILER WITH CABANA, ACCIDENT INSURANCE BIDS weekend at Hollywood Fla., drive, in and a car then to his a very home.long Our TUESDAY 3 P.M. .
Private road. $12,500. 488-2794. BM. will fcc rmlT t tr th. ft.rdof with four senior staff members '
screened porch, Until out to him in this
carport, Puklte Infraction, StnuoU Cot thoughts go ; -' Ph. 488-5803
Nov. 25th. Dell Goodhart s.h....., im to Ion P M. Jun. t*. i54. said awards presentedthe sad time with deepest sym _.
3 BEDROOM frame. Corner Nokomis. In th. offlt. of the A..I...., Sutwrln.Indent. Florida Wing included In
Court Rt. 2
Padua _. pathy.
Hli Hntton Sh O.s.ot
lot, city water and sewer. Florida. for Mldnt 5 lno.....o.1O ...... formation highest Increase in
W ilk to school and atore. $7.250 C..r.'o...... .nd thleU. t. tho membership. highest IncreaseIn I -0-

30 per cent below cost! Call WantedYOUNG "h..1 11..111..1 5005 19U.SI... 5... .o.fl.h.l5 tho .5.p0 number of units and search Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller are
4C3-1510: after 4 or weekends.II of th. Aool.-.t i eeolut.odwt 018th..I. and rescue evaluation.It now in their new home. The redecorating
., 1411 H.t... lit...... also was announced that Is all done and the
MEN fulfill your military An hid. .... 10 .. s.ld ..d pllolsk.d Miller
In. Mrs.
nnR VENuS BARGAIN. 1.d..1 ..d Mhlniu A..ld.t Florida had won an award for furniture moved
,. Bar.all obligation with only six birth to son last week.
5 lid hnh.rk.n Prliarr I I. ".os"0. I.U-A& the highest overall evaluationin cave a
JI l ST CALL LOU JACOBS 48IF'NE -. I? months active duty. Returnfor Th. llwM of P..b" 7oootSo ... her
Mr. Miller Is awaiting return -
the nation for the first
..n'.. tho .I.hl t.n ..J... .ov ..d ..nbid. quart. '
service with your local Marine .....1..... ...d In w.l.. Oft, ..d .n er of 1064 and the highest in the with the baby to make
HOME in choice. Iocs Reserve unit. Call 83M911, ,""..11"_ t. o.d fhwos. nation for public Information a home of their new house We
.
FUSSEt!: w. WILEY!: !. ,taro, I
lion of Venice Gardens 2 Tampa, for details. R *H .r Puhlle In.lmrtlon, The Southeastern Region includes sure wish them happiness I I being pats i C ses U a, but w ls* I

!Wje bedrooms. 1'4 baths Also Puhll.h n.I.1.._..... r.,...IM4.VOTTCK ....Florida.II Florida, Georgia Ala there. We know the house well lit 5 d I B 5 1 lii 5 iS, 544sf IthO4 S *1 tl,5t1bl

i den that could be used for bama. Mississippi, Puerto Rico
Wanted
an extra bedroom. Large util. Help and Tennessee. lARGfR
!: OF TNTFNTTON TO DISTINCTIVE
ity room, .creened porch carport REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
etc. Corner lot. Down ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office Th. .ndo..I.nrd do lin-obr nrttfr, thatInw
380 Hillvlew wants live-wire licensed real >r. ronduettio s to? kml""" .t Real I Estate Corner
payment 1500. J C. 'linn r......l A....... Vmlw, FlniHd' .
.
Rd. Phone 488-2894. estate salesman. Reply nnHrr tn* flrtllloin n.m. of cnw Alf DREDGING .
Box 746, Venice. TOY rnMPAVT .id lh.l llld firm .h
mpmod of (H. followlnff oomoni whoMmM
NOKOMIS BEACH Area. Air. .. and pl.r. of r.idsoa art Hfoil

conditioned. Custom built 2 WANTED Man or Woman for Ch-;.:. A. ?,.,.... lint t.svol,. A_ .
bedroom house on channel. general office work and act 5-. v",''' P'lol'td.. EverythingIn Do you need e Bldg. site on CITY OF VENICE
Laige Florida room lame util- receptionist. Apply at model Don'. A. "nw... lint r..1 A.. INTERESTED? 3-b droom., 3-baths, Florida
as .. Voois, P'ls'lls.Oos.s.Oi R.R. 100 x 200 in City.
I it. room carport. 14500. Town House, W. Venice Ave., n" 5fr.s.. Tor OmpanvI. Dredging Screened room living room with fireplace
,., "_. SOItrr 3 Bedroom. 2 baths, Seaboard Avt. R.R
Channel Lane. Owner, Phone I. aa follow' n. A. on patio with powder
I near gulf.Mole _itl I Donna A. Cowan. In ow owL Porch sHacked carport Oil
488 5062. Tl ,U our ,Intention to apnlr lo In. CALLHERMIT room, utility room, central
rink of tha Clrr"l Court In and for heat
Florida Saraaota Co"n<.. F1orl'<<.. 5'. nvbur, tha 105 hat Aurora heat 2-car garage, city water -
CR32 BEDROOMS Help Wanted aid nama of rowan To. Company .n.n CHANNELS L. and sewer Well for
room tile bath. Golden Beach >r Ha proobloni ol Florida Statutalln 17500.00 UNFURNISHED
All this for
Ie'.'. MICKLETHWAITREALTOR ,prin lin9.
Section 828 Roberts St. TRACTOR OPERATOR to run ... .our haul. SOT Ird dar of H. N. WIMMERS $28,500.00Martin
handiwork. '""*' ""
mower and general CSIAOTOS A. COWAN.PONNA .
I $9,999 CB HOME 2 BR par. S day week. Apply in A. COWAN. REALTOR S. Stancik
canal dVa C...... Toy Company.PuMi.hl FILLS
I furnished on 801 Laquna Drive
tially water. person. Warm Miners! Springs. Jun t. II. It. l'. 19A' 221 W. MiamI Avs. REALTOR'
walk to beach best well 48S-5308 483-4621 Tel. 488.54434 .

Hwy. 789 Albee Rd. to Shore ELDERLY MAN retiree for NOTlI'JIJ 0' TNT1oNTroN: OnOSOOlP105 '_ -
I Rd. Right to Channel Acres and evening work as doorman. P'ICTITIOU' NAMBTh.

Winfield Way. J. W. Streu. No Apply Gulf Theater after 8p.m. this .b...do..I..oooI.. ..sdtiso dow a ,h.shs.,...1 Ae.o.oyhie. .s'titp 11I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IlIIIIIIIIllllIfIDlIiIlillIltI; !

komis. Also, Myers piston. ... .t IU W. V..iw A...... Vss.i.e. RICHARDSDREDGING !
.
shallow well PUMP. $50; and 3 .'....Id.. ed.r 111. fIftiOs, 50,55
? MODEL HOME FOR SALE!
of VENUE TRAVEl. BUREAU and INTERESTED
acre receive
BR, 2 B brick house on FORMER MARINES that >sid firm to tompoiad of tha ei-|
near Lake in SW Georgia. A/C fou ((4)) days pay each month .lowlnr pffvon whoa nam Mid ,.... GO Including carpeting and draperIes
of T-Mene. .la .. follow.IRlrhard AVE. CITY OF VENICE
EAST VENICE
drill. Regular .
for Sale or TRADE. for one week-end 0. Stalnar. L.k.kor. Clrela N. Wlmmers Reaffor
credits toward retirement. Vmlca. Florida.Ownarahlp H. I Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof
of v...... T..... ""....nI. 2 Box 382A
MUST SELL leaving ares. See. plus the added earning powerof I. u follow i Hicham 0. ....... 100laraiota Rt. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent 2 Bedroom 2 Bath S Oversize Garage

It and make offer. 2 Bedrooms two weeks summer camp in IO." Road Immediate 17500.
construction ca in August. Call 836- p.5 .. ..." 1..11. to aPel? 1ft SOs Snead Island for Wt.tt.rp Union TelegraphMenday ) Occupancy
CB California CI..k nf the C1.,1t CouPS I t. s.d tsr
thedral ceiling, screened porch. 1911, Tampa. for details. Countr. FlorIHa, to ........ tha'. Palmetto Fla. thru Friday f to 5; Saturday to I TERMS. NO CLOSING COSTS
Call 474- said ..... of V.il.. Traval Burnaii so4. HARLEY G. WHITEAKERP.
etc. A nice home. .. tha ,,.,,1010.. of Florida St.tuta CLOSED SUNDAYS
1451 evenings.Venice. u' ... Phone 722.1918 O. Box 1357 Phone Evenings
I Misc. For Sale WImps 5., hood, this sod du,. 01 HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
10... Vsi.ice, Fla. 488.3562
use
755-6467
... UrnMid.f l. d/t or -
I k dr iM RICHAR1 C. UTEINEn >/
.., Terml, ,u .er "."'''V I :mplre turn V.51.. Traval, Bunau.Publl.hl 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! iIIlIIlIiIIilIllflhIIIUlllIIill5I II
till LOU JACOBS, 4MISITDO AUDIOPHILESI J... S. 15, 12. t>. 18'"
table. Brush gold. 2 Fisher -- _-I IGREEN'S ....
-
and lOOT. 2 15-in.
units, X100 '

.___._ Bozak'i 207. In three foot Acus- OF FLORIDACORPORATION It's A Honey! Less Than 2 Years Old!
.. I'-_ enclosures. Make offer. FUEL DUPLEXNEW
tlcraft Phone 4261055. 'j' 2 btdreomi 2 tile baths large living room 12 20
party. &S
PEOPLE Private 2 bedroom, I bath each tide, central air- l screened porch largo enclosed garage terrazzo floors

CHICKERING Studio size Piano -1 Mmbtr Chamber of Commsre conditioning I lido fully furnished '' hooded range refrigeration washer rugi.

READ and bench. Excellent condition DOMESTIC. COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE '1/4 Ownership In Concrete Boat Dock, 2 Bloch S.

$600. Phone 488-3522 nf- $$19,500 14300.00
Heating and Air Conditioning
ter of p.m. GOOD TERMS ........ ,
SMALL ADS? Heating & Air Conditioning Installations/ Just a f.w waterfront lets loft In NOKOMIS ACRES


WELL Auto For Sale Gas Ranges Wafer Heaters FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTYPH.

Free Estimates REALTOR

1952 BUICK. Automatic trans- No Job Too Big or Too Small 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600 488-264 488-6738 216 S. TRAIL. VENICEc

YOU ARE Ph. 488-2271 .. ,, _. ... .... ,
mission. R & H. $120 cash. 263 So Trait Venice ,, .. -- "' "'m. ""' ''''''''-'''''tJI

488-9940.








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EIGHT THE 5 t ONDOCIE VENICE, FLORIDA.' MONDAY' :JUNE 15, ,?M



I They're Going To Fair The Hard Way--Via Water Skis Yet! Maybe I IA



water ski trip from St. Gifts and greetings will be lion dollar insurance policy en- chobee to the Atlantic coastline host of hazards, including .I.,,,
Petersburg to the New York extended to all the cities visited --wi route. The policy will cover all horseflies and mosquitoes t In
World Fair should make history along the way and a gala aspects of the trip and the The skiers will then proceedup the swamp areas of the inland
or something pretty close reception is planned upon their /, training exercises. the inland waterway to the waterway as well as the remote !
to it this summer it an en arrival in New York City. Other Currently the adventurersare Fair, arriving at the Marinaof possibility of shark ",.
thuiastic group of adventures cities along the way will A undergoing rigid trainingto the Future. tacks
from the "Sunshine City" are also fete the hearty group develop stamina and endue Ages Span 40 Years Weather also will be a prima
successful in their attempt at Over the two week trip, stops ance and expect to train rightup Ages of the adventurers concern as the trip will T"be
this spectacular trip. are planned at Fort Myers and to departure. The skiers, range from 19 to 59 years. traveled during the hurrican.
Three winsome girls and I Daytona Beach, Brunswick and all amateurs, are learning flag Carol Patton and Paula Youngare season.
three young men will leave St. Savannah, Ga., Charleston, routines, pyramids, kite flying. both 19 years of age; When asked why the trip was
Petersburg around the middle Southport and Hobucken, N. jumping and barefoot skiing to Michael and Dave Outen, being attempted Gray tom.
of July and expect to water C.; Norfolk Vs; Ocean City, enable them to do several brothers, are 21 and 23, reaper mented, "A large percentage
ski all the way to New York Md., and Atlantic City, plus 0 rsastla shows along the way. tively; Betty Orsini and Jim of northerners think only of st.
City The hazardous trip will several others as plans are Baltimore, which is celebrating .' Gray are both 38, and Bobbie Petersburg as a retirement
entail traveling on water skis completed. its Star Spangled Banner Kuykendall is 38. The boat center for old folks. Wi wish
over 1200 miles of salt water Water skiing on the trip will e ,. Sesquicentennial has invited drivers are Sonny Wagner, 31, to correct this image and at
and averaging better than a be Carol Patton, Paula Young, the group to put on a ski show and Eric Bagg, 89. every opportunity along the
hundred miles a day. Bobbi Kuykendall, Michael as part of the program. The Although they will travel via way we will point out we area
Two twin motored outboardswill Outen, Dave Outen and Jim 'k4 l w 4 skiers will leave July 24 and the inland waterways for the; youthful vibrant city in ad.
propel the group in this Gray. Boat navigators are Eric expect to arrive In New York, most part, they will cross several dition to being a haven for our
exciting battle of women men Bagg and Sonny Wagner. Agesof August 9. stretches of open water dearly beloved senior citUcns
and equipment against the elements the adventurers rang from The hardy crew hopes to that will require accurate navigation "After an," Gray went on to
of treacherous ocean 19 to 59 years average 100 miles daily They say, "St. Petersburg has over
waters weather and human endurance Gray father of the Idea, is will travel down the West In addition to navigation 80,000 school kids and It tooka
In charge of all arrangements Coast of Florida, across the problems the group is planning lot of young folks t.i ,, lc
Originated by the St. Petersburg and is manager of the Tourist interstate canal to Lake Okee- _safety .precautions against a compllsh that.
Chamber of Commerce and Convention Division of the -
the will be sponsored by Greater St Petersburg\ Chamber -
group
the Lake Maggiore Ski Club of Commerce. He will
First Piece !5n GLL Senior
and leading water sport equipment leave shortly to make advance j jarranyemenls
manufacturers to pro- up and down the
mote Florida Week at the Atlantic coastline for supplies, I

World's 15, and Fair the St.Aug.Petersburg'sFair 0 through docking$1 facilities-Million, Policy etc. / WORLD'S FAIR ON SKIS will be the goal of Carol Patton, Dave Outen, Paula Young, Division Taken KiwanisA
By
of ski Michael Outen Bobbt KuykendaU and Jim I
exhibit in the Florida The St. Petersburg ski team this St. Petersburg sextette water enthusiasts
Pavilion. will be covered by a one mil. The adventurers are, from left Gray

Kiwanis took over first placeIn three-run fifth inning by Kiwanis attack with two hits
Osprey Merchants Venice Lions Ve-NoBank the second half play in the Kiwanis supplied the margin of apiece. One of Rohlwlng was
City Cigarette Tax Gulf Little League senior divis- victory as both teams went a triple and one of Blizzard a
ion Thursday night by coming scoreless during the final two double

I Victories In Junior Division from behind to edge Sarasota times at bat.Richard For Sarasota Federal, Robert
Kilowatts Post Federal 7.8.Sara80ta Blizzard went the Drawdy and Austin each ,am.
Federal took a 2.1 route for Kiwanis as did Bob ered a double and single.
Take Shows DeclineThe lead in the opening frame end Austin for Sarasota Federal The victory upped the KU
and walked freak double play that erased
Osprey Merchants, Venice Recreation batsmen Blizzard
increased the margin to( 5.1 after gave up five hits wools mark for the second
Lions, Florida Power It Light only one in registering his both runners without a ball be-
three Innings. Kiwanis posted five strikeouts and walk half to four wins\ and one loss
The bank account of the City ed M.000 this week as its share and Venice-Nokomis Bank all seventh win of the year in ai ing hit. The runner on third came up with three runs in the ed five. Austin fanned six, i Sarasota Federal has won four
pf Venice was enriched by of the race track tax bringing posted victories in games play many atarta.Rl'Creation. attempted to score on a wild fourth to narrow the gap to S.4. walked seven and,was touched'or and lost two. (Saturday'sgames
ed Thursday and Friday in the got men on In pitch but was tagged out by but In the fifth Sarasota Federal hits I not
seven!
this week as its share the total to $220,000 the amountthe are Included since
I 110741 Gulf Little League Junior division every inning but the fifth, butKnott' Lion catcher Shaver, who then .
witha Blizzard and Richard Rohl-
of the state cigarette tax. This I county has received for the upped the count to 6 4 they are played after peas
strikeouts key de- threw to third to get the run
is $2,000 under the amount received first 11 months this year. Thisis or single tally. wing were the big runs in the time)
Opening the weekend activitywere fensive playa by his teammates ner, who had been on second, I
last month ($12.819)) but an Increase of $21,000 over ....,.. o 1 a
the Merchants and Elkson got him out of several tight in a run-down The batter flew R. Fntaml 1M !none>
of the 1963-S4 anticipated the same period last fiscal year KI anl. 1M at "
well ahead ; 7 I
revenue in the city and will set a new record since Thursday, and when the situations Osprey scored only out to first baseman Tommy Officer Picks Venice a. Atla and Dr"1', B"*"'' ."'
of $105,000. the highest amount paid in dust had cleared it was the once in the third after loading Pitcock to end the game Army n.
budget previous years was $206,800, Merchants winning by a 16-10 the bases and then opened up One Hitter i
According to a report by received last score A big 11-run rally in the the bottom of the final frame Larry Jeffrey and Paul Tay ni.Dogfight'
the amount year.
Richard B. Keating, directorof Although the county receivesno fifth inning did it for the Mer. with a pair of hits. lor teamed up to pitch a one- For Retirement Home
the State Beverage Depart-of part of the state sales] tax, chants, who trailed 8-1 at one The last threat ended on a hitter against Nokomis Lionsas
total amount
ment, the collected for it is interesting to note that point in the game Florida Power It Light won, I ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, for outstanding performance.
taxes
the cigarette month of Apral was $41.- retail sales in Sarasota County Both teams collected 10 hits Graduate ExamsIn 4-0, in a well.played game that 11.-Florida gains another retired The medal was presented to Winners Post
899966.56 of which $1,451.830.29 produced $393,185.78 in May with those for the Merchants opened Friday night activityon family when Major Wil him by Brig. Gen Roland B.
went into the state general rev- this year as compared to $337- being evenly divided. For the the local front 'ham C. Buerki and his family Anderson, commanding general .
enue fund and the remaining, 689.37. This is not quite up to Elks, Chuck Frady Freddie Tampa July 11 Spoiling the no-hit bid was ,take up residence in Venice of the Army Weapons Com- Plus 6 Score
,448.136.27 was distributed to the gain made by the state asa Brown and Jeff Sourbeer Joe Boyenton, who led off the : The U S Army major retired mand at Rock Island Arsenal
$3
qualified municipalites. The whole but indicates a healthy garnered seven of their total. Students contemplating grad top of the sixth for Nokomis after 20 years military serv- Ill.With The foursome of M Hayward,
City of Sarasota received $51.- business growth In the county. Brown had a home run, double uate work at one of Florida's with a single. ice June 1 and promptly head- Ma]. Buerkl are his C Ball R Rober and R. Waller .
858.56 and Longboat Key $1- Another interesting note is and single in three times at state universities or throughthe The Kilowatts garnered only. ed for Venice. Prior to retire wife Mickey and three children won last week's doe fipht"
127.51. the fact that the State Beverage bat; Sourbeer a home run and Florida Institute for Continuing four hits off the combined offerings ment, he was awarded the -Sheryll, 14, Barbara, 13 and event et Lake Venice Golf Club
Sarasota County also receiv Department reports no double and Frady a double and University Studies of Eric Shaw and Tim Army Commendation Modal Butch, 6. with a score of plus 6.
moonshine or liquor violations: single (FICUS) can take an important Helser, Mark Ramlow got two Second In the Lake Venice
during the month of April Sittler went the route for the first step in Tampa on July of these, a single to lead off Men's Golf Association sponsored .
the' last report made winners, while Brown, Jeff 11. the second inning and a doubleto 4-Hers At State MeetMore I event with a score of
Student Stone and Frady worked for Dr Mvron R Blee directorof drive in a pair of runs in County minus 2 were W Horton E,

the Elks FICUS said today the the third. Buford, K Erickson and I,.
Venice Lions defeated Osprey Graduate Record Examination In another tight contest..Yen- than 500 of Florida'stop tional leaders speaking on the Walters.
Ads Olive Arnell Recreation for the first will\ be held at the University ice-Nokomis Bank edged Ven 4-H Club boys and girls topic during the week, Third place went to F Belgh.
time; this season, S-2, in a game of South Florida on Saturday, ice Rotary, 43. David Rose will spend this week on the U S Rep D R. (Billy) ey, G. Hermansen C Reich-
played Friday evening at Os- July 11, at 8:45: am was the winning hurler and University of Florida campusat Matthews will give the open- ard and H Seall with a score
STUDENT WAN T S employ, Wins Weekly prey. The loss was the third this Mike Hulsbeck the loser the first annual State 4 H ing address tonight Dr. E T. of minus 3.
and fees for
ment at Service Station or ; In eight starts for the Recreation Applications the The Bank tallied once in the Club Conference York Jr, provost for agriculture -
reach
garage Some experience. Will- nine in the second half examination must in opening inning, but this lead Representing Sarasota County University of Florida,
ing to learn Max Howard, 488 For the Lions it was their Educational Testing Service was short lived when Rotary in Gainesville are 4-H'ers I, will Introduce Congressman t for an
J168 LVWGA EventOlive seventh victory in eieht games Princeton, New Jersey, by came back in the bottom of Sandra Thorson, president of Matthews Eddie Taylor, Green enjoyableday GOLF f
June for the examination
plaved In the second half 26 Fee the same frame to score a pair the County 4-H Council, Mary Cove Springs, president of the
I WILL TAKE CARE of your Arnell won Class "A" The Lions got to starter Joey is $7.00, Dr. Blee said The Bankers went ahead to Ann Gruters, Cloverettes Club, State 4.H Council, will presideat of _
most precious possessions. honors Wednesday in the Lake Moulton in the first inning and Over 800 graduate students stay in the third on three runs Lewis Pledger, 4.H Livestock the opening session
Reliable experienced babv sitter Venice Women's Golf Assocla- scored two runs on two hitsa were enrolled in FICUS courses on a like number ot hits Rotary Club and Harold Hall, 4-H TRY
Janice Jessup, 488-5698. lion "match play vs par" double by tarry Burris and In the Tnmpa.St. Petersburg : closed out the run makingin Horticulture Club Also attending Each year more shipping ton. SARASOTAGOLF
f CHINA BERRY TREES 50 tournament at Lake Venice a single by John Shaver area this sprine Dr. Bloc the sixth with a lone tally is Ed Russell, Assistant lire passes through the locks CLUB
cents Makes beautiful i- Golf Club with a acme of 1 up Osprey scored once In the noted HP said FICUS will Mark Koenig was the big Count Agent. at Sault Ste Mane. Mich, than
shade apiece trees Call Scott Egg In second place 1 down was second and once In the third! sponsor clAsses In the two gun In the bank attack with W W Brown, Slate 4-H Club through either the Panama or I DES:i; E. $$3.00
r lefield 4882637 Jerry Urankar Class "B" laurels tn tie it up it 2.2. In the fourth cities this fill which will en- two doubles and a single in leader, Florida Agricultural Suez Canal, despite the fact .
I went to Stephanie Duke, the Lion ndded a run on three able students to work towards three times at bat. For the extension Service, said that that the navigation season at I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
HATE: Washing Windows Let who come In with a 3.up score hits and then closed out the master's degrees in electrical] Rotary, Kenny Curry collected he conference will focus on Sault Ste. Marie Is only eight South of Sarasota
j Tom do 'em (Plus those other Second place in Class "B" was scoring with a pair in the fifth engineering business manage. I three singles in three times up. I citizenship I with State and Na months out of 12. -
odd jobs) Tom Landgraf won by Emma Manning 1 on three more safeties ment and education
Phone: 488-2659 After 5:00: down. 11-Hit Attack Dr. Blee explained that stu
p.m. Hazel McGlynn won In Class Burris, Shaver and Mike dents seeking course work for IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW
"C" with a score of 1 down, Young led the Lion 11 hit attack resident credit the same
Above all else. I hope that while Ethel Bickel was runner- with a pair apiece For credit a student receives if he when you i. )
my readers do not consider my up with 3 down Recreation Bobby Sanders and were in residence on a university
thought for tndjv as my last This week's event will be an Carl Godfrin had two hits. campus must either be
Knott struck out 10SALE Admitted or In the process of
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