Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00209
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00209
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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II. I Venice Originated Silver King 'Roundups' In 20s I IB'

W EARL AUMANNor Tournament" the Venice Tar- I

June in Florida pon Club was organized to from a sporting of goods firms; and : Venice sponsors felt this method Each skiff was equipped withan The tarpon must be hooked and the morning tide were to be istration of fish. For those who ,
meant years Just one thing sponsor the event. R. Gordon govern set the rules formulated to I of fishing would put the out-board motor for used In played until brought to gaff taken out to the tarpon fish- wished to fish the afternoon I
j fishing. And tarpon Rice, salesman for the Ven- Even Chance contest. I argument directly up to the I extreme emergencies, but no and not dragged and drowned Ing grounds about three or four tide, the afternoon programwas
:joii ice Co For All man behind the rod. motor allowed I in behind Venice be the i
on the west coast had was delegated to For this First National Tar- was ,fishing I the motor an un- miles west of the to same.
nj handle the physical end of the - sportsman like maneuver that Beach. About a IS-minute ride The cost of registration was
art the gulf waters around competition and the First National pon Tournament was to be gov- It was George E. Yountberg. Sr., president of the boardof unfortunately is employed to- by fast motor boats. Each fish fixed at $5 but the skiffs,
ice, erned by rules that guaranteed directors of the First National Bank of Venice, who first and
Tarpon Tournament day by some. erman was to be then assigned tackle bait were to be
jt it .was Tommy Swales, born. was everyone an even chance of related the story of the National Tarpon Tournaments to The Live Bait to a skiff with an experienced free. The only extra cost was
civic minded young Venice There was much to be done, winning. Far different from today's GONDOLIER reporter. And It was unlimited access to his The fisherman could use his guide to manuver the a charge of $8 per tide for
t Chief who early In May however. Thousands of Invita- tarpon fishing where historical scrip books and bound volumes of the Venice News own tackle or that furnished boat with oars. guide service. Surely no one
suggested to the publish. tions had to be sent out to private power boats roam far I that made It possible for reported W. Earl Aumann to glean free by the contest committeebut After a little coaching by the could say this was a "rich
of the Venice NEWS the sportsmen, writers, news pho and wide in the gulf in search ; the farts thai made this authentic story possible. the rod must not exceed guide as to how to play the man's sport.
of capitalizing on this sit- tographers and professional of the Silver King, the participants 444 nine ounces in weight and the tarpon once he was hooked I Since it was expected that
on by staging a National people: 14-foot t skiffs had to in this First National Of course, Youngberg was not a banker at that time- line not more than 18 threador the contest was on and waged many would be fiching for tarpon k'
pon Tournament. be obtained In sufficient Tournament. had to fish one to far from it. lie was the young civil engineer In charge of 38 pounds dry test Live bait until noon when the motor fleet for the first time, this
lie Idea seemed to catch ity to tate: care of the quan a 14 foot skiff with an experienced the 162.man engineering force; of Black, McKinney and Stewart was used exclusively. would collect the small armyof coaching by the guide was II
immediately and almost anglers expected scoresof guide to handle the of Washington, W. C. who assisted the ALE Realty It was decided to leave the fishermen with the morn thought to be essential. It is !Ii
n you could say 'Tarpon guides trained: prizes;obtained fishing, oars; and had to fish in restricted Corporation In carving out the beautiful City of Venice froma dock at Casey's Pass at day ing's catch. Then back to Ven-I said the greater part of a tar-
waters in the gulf The verltlble wilderness, In four short years break Those assigned to fish ice and lunch as well as reg (Continued on Page I)

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Serving the Fatted Growing Area on Florida1 West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice South Venice, Venice Sard"en. Venice Earl, Englewood' North" Port CharlofNt

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Venetian Losesn County line School Issue

Lot Clearing- Accord Reported ReachedSarasotaCharlotte

ars ota County's contro-' county commission notify lot
SIll lot clearing set has owners by registered mail
died its first court test. I within three days of meetingsat
,udge John Justice ruled in' which decisions concerning Boards Seek SolutionTo

or of the measure Thursday I the clearing of lots are reach
i suit brought by Robert I ed. It also provides that the lot r r ProblemWhat
1 Annually Recurring R
Vn of Venice, owner of owner correct the conditions
perty in Golden Beach sub within 10 days 1
sins No 2.II Section 13 provides for the students may attend case on its own individual rung of the 1963-64 school term

Thursday's hearing Ma. county tax collector to collect : which schools was the topic merit ] when the parents of several
"'I attorney question two from property owners whose under discussion at an unan- It was agreed that if one or students in the Charlotte County
lions of the act, passed by lots are cleared by the county nounced joint meeting of Char the other of the school boards section of Englewood want-
1963 legislature, contendingt County Attorney Richard Nelson lotte and Sarasota County decides a student should be ed to have their children continue I
t these sections-10 and 13 himself had some doubts school officials in Venice earl transferred, it will make such : to attend Venice High
ere In conflict with state as to the constitutionality ofthe I ier this week.Outcome a recommendation to the other School.
lites act, telling the court it of the meeting reportedly board. If accepted, the student One parent In the South
'ection 18 provide that the was not clearly: defined I was a tentative agreement could then be released. Beach section of Englewoodeven
:- '1 between the two countiesto A hassle between the two succeeded in obtaining a
1I decide each student's case counties erupted at the begin- temporary court injunction to
I restrain the Charlotte County

Whoo-Whoo 11 Cape Haze Corp. Plans until board Injunction the from case was taking was withdrawn decided.any action The the

next day, however after the
attorney for< the school board "
presented his arguments

'Whistle Stops' To Reopen GasparillaThe issue OvercrowdedThe grew out of a decision -

by the Sarasota County

Go The Boards .1..... school board not to accept students
By -- Cape Haze Corp. at public hearing is not planned fr<-'. Charlotte County
Larry Tay iliary while Commodore Fred Boda of the I Placida has applied to the U but that anyone desiring to: except throe\ In their senior
has his Venice-Nokomis Outboard Club looks on with S. Army Engineers for a per I submit a protest should do so year because of the overcrowded
'lore than dozen Tallavast, Oneco Vegetable, 1---
a Passenger Joe Valder- Interest. mit to dredge and reopen Little by July 16.Summer. conditions of the Venice
i freight "whistle stops"- Lithia, Ellenton Palmetto, Wi- Guard Aux- I Gasparilla "ass to the schools.
1en to be exact-have been mauma, Durant and Brandon.
Gulf of Mexico near Placidain Parents of two or three undergraduates q
mnated Air DeCoster said railroad records Recess
by the Seaboard Charlotte County. went so far as to \
'e Railroad on the Tampa- show that Laurel once wasa SAFE BOATING WEEK JUNE 28-JULY 4 It proposes to construct move to Sarasota County from

Venice run. more Important stop than stone jetties about 250 feet I For CAP SeniorsSenior Charlotte In order to permit
Tonald W. DeCoster, Venice Venice. "That was back in the apart on either side of the their children to attend school u.
"M for the railroad, said 'boom and bust' era," said De- Alive pass the jetties to be about, meetings of the Venice in this county.
cutback was announced of- Coster, "when Venice only had Be Wise Stay 5.5 feet above mean low wa Composite Squadron of the The two school boards decided -
,ally Just after noon Friday, about five families living Civil Air Patrol have been discontinued at the Venice meeting this
Active immediately : here." ter.The channel would be 225 for the summer, according week that the determining fac-

'lag stops eliminated by I I.L'I The railroad agent also noted Three area organizations de- 96 of the Coast Guard AuxIliary persons may contact J Cline feet wide and six feet deep. to a squadron spokesman tor in transferring students :.n
action include Nokomis, that Wimauma several years voted to boating will join in and the Vemc -Nokomis i Davison or L N. Taylor for The spoil would be depositedon Cadet meetings, however, (Continued on Page 2)Taxpayer's ) fl.
ago boasted a bank and now Outboard Club additional information. upland property of W. H. will be continued.
of National
irel, Osprey, Balm Willow, the local observance
does not even have a flag stop. 28 is free Coast Guard courtesy Vanderbilt, north of the pass For further information
Safe Boating Week, June The Power Squadron en- A
DeCoster said the Tampa to will be available and on an Island owned by phone Mark Stires, cadet in- .
through July] 4. couraging all boatman to enroll inspection $$$5
: Venice train now stops only at the Cape Haze Corp. formation officer or Mrs.
Fraser To Head Promoting the observance of for its free 12-week courseIn during Safe Boating Week by information i ia
regular stations including Venice the Venice Piloting which wil' begin hi contacting J. A. Valderrama, The Army Engineer District Marge Place, senior
the week locally are
Bradenton Par- officer rI
rish, Sarasota Vainco ,and Tampa, Power Squadron, Flotilla early September. Interested (Continued on Page 2) office In Jacksonville said a hnnk 30%

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'' 's.'c :, --''ua. ''''"X --- Will lilt*
1'11111': \ uVVBaynard
.Y! ">fIt 'p.}I' 1'
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Rotary Club 111. '''':'JiIIIoJl''iota'hs ra. aro

Two New Hopefuls Seek Miss Venice Crown I AssertsOnly
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70 cents worth of benefits
c 4 Junior College In the fall are being received for

Two new entries in the Miss every dollar spent on taxes,
0rr Venice beauty pageant to be The daughter of Mr. and Robert S. Bavnard told memo
I staged as a feature of this Mrs. Robert Spaulding she has bers of the Venice Taxpayers
year's Fourth of July celebra- taken professional ballet train League at the annual meeting
tion have been announced by ing and has appeared as a Monday night.Bavnerd .
Jaycee pageant chairman Bob soloist with the Civic Ballet of Is chairman of the
Knuckles Central Florida. Woe will perform board of the VeniceNokomisBank
; a ballet in the talent por- and president of the Venice
The latest contenders for the tion of the contest. Land Co.. real esta" brokers
Venice crown raise to five developt's
Miss and land His
efts Is five feet
who willvie t .
the field of hopefuls r.k topic was "The Value You Get
five inches tall and weighs 125
and an all- "
for the title has brown hair from the Taxes You Pay
I expense paid trip for two to pounds. She "You have to have certain
the New York World Fair. and eyes. fundamental services," said

Miss Lee known to her Baynard "and for those funda-
First runner-up Is 1964 grad- mental services are going
friends as Pam, a you
second prize of a cruise and to ) : uate of Venice High School. to pay taxes." And he went on
Nassau for two persons Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. to blame the lack of close supervision
will enjoy a
I second runner-up Noble F. Lee. on the part of public
weekend at a Sarasota officials for the waste in the
hotel. r i ti An honor student in high tax dollar
r (; t school she was a member of '
however that a
i He
lOllS ELKINS FRASER The winner also will represent and
Venice area in nextyesr's the National Honor Society dollar will normally circulate
John Elkins Fraser, local the Miss Florida Pageant the recipient this year of a 10 times. "So even if we do

altar' will be Installed usildent : r $400 teaching scholarship plusa pay a useless emolove. we do
r'Js.r and fee work
of the Venice-Noko Newest entries in the contestare registration get some benefit from the
(Stevle) scholarship She: plans to further '.
I Rotary Club Wednesday Ann Stephen money.
V'ladies night" meeting atherman' Spaulding of Sunset Drive, Nokomis her education at the University VTL Value CitedA
Wharf Restaurant. and Pamela Diane Lee of South Florida in the charter member of the

Others to be installed are of 109 E. Alba St., Venice fall. VTL Baynard went on to note

president, J. Howard Is a 1961 Hobbies of the attractive that such organizations help
Miss Spaulding, 20 oolnt where tax dollars can
Walter up
u,hn; secretary, Park High blue-eyed brownette are swim-
'hoe; and treasurer, Earl N. graduate and of Winter attended Rollins ming and bowling. She is 5- be saved i
School The speaker further stated
Rawles foot-4 and has a 3422.34 figure
employed as a
few George College She that a point of no return Is
directors are: M
Wheeler George F. secretary at the Venlce-Noko- Other contestants are Geor- reached when the taxes begin
bbs, Jr, Gerald R. Shell mis Bank.In ia)+ p w+rrs. gia Williamson, Ruth Ann Zie- (Continued on Page t)

'but L. Anderson and Dr. high school she was a barth and Sally Jane Proctor.
of the Deadline for entering the FIRST OF THE WEEK Spe-
'on Terry cheerleader, and a member of MISS PAM LEE MISS STEVIE SPAtLDINQ Miss Venice competition is cials at Publix Include Master
school paper
YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS on National Honor Society. Saturday, June 27. Brand Cottage Cheese 21c Ib.
to Insurance at Edge-Van She plans to enter Manatee ,.----... ""''''''- or 2 Ib*. 39c.I ---

1\al.VI.\ Agency, 118 W. Venice ,., ... .-, .. "w--11... i 1 (' T f e J:

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:'" r ::1. Flotilla(Continued SAFE 96 commander.BOATING from Page Valder 1)) I Airport Site Lease StudiedSubordination ILf\m

r rams noted that the Inspectionwill
be non-enforcing and I Is of the city' by subordinating it. claim. He lion of the lease and collectionof
t r designed only to advise boat claim to a section of the Vcn said the city's cooperation rents from the sub lessees

owner of deficient safety fae Ice Airport property under would make it possible to ob Executive secretary of the
4'r tors not meeting requirement consideration for leafing to the lain 100 per cent financing on Gulf Coast Industrial Develop ,t !/l
+ of the law. Gulf Coast Industrial Develop. the proposed buildings and ment Corp. is Keith Morrison,

A decal will b' awarded i If ment Corporation was discussed l land improvements. former director of the Sara

the boat is found shipshape. Tuesday afternoon by Venice Harkavy said he was asking sota County night Industry
In the further interest of City Council members and for tentative approval of the Council. 'r
boating safety, the Power corporation officials lease format and a letter of Two prospective lessee of
Soundron will distribute printed The development company Intent from the city subject to industrial sites at the airport,
tI "Float Plan" form to he wants to lease acreage at the formal approval by the SBA according to Harkavy, are the
various local m rin... Anyone airport for creation of an hi.dustrial and the Federal AvIation Olson Aircraft Co. and Tyrrell ,.M
going offshore may fill out one area and plans to seek Agency. Industries, manufacturers of
of the form noting the estl financing' through the Small Councilman Ralph Anderson Cant-A-Wayi and other disposable -

mated arrival time back at the Business Administration. said his main concern was that paper) products.\

dock and leave it at the marina. The SBA, however, requiresa the city might lose title to the Truitt told council members
subordination of lion clause land In case of a default and that unless the lease can be
These will be heloful. it was In the agreement before they suggested a first recovery worked out with the develop

a.6 oointed out. in notifying rescue will lend the Money and city clause be inserted in the proposed ment company, Olson Aircraft
agencies if the boat is late in officials are fearful they might lease Anderson Indicated !probably will not be located at
+ arriving back at Its home port. lose title to the property in he would favor the lease 1 If the Venice Airport In addition
Local rescue autl.or'tles, Include cue of default by the lessee. adequate safeguards for the 10 his duties with Gulf Coast
the Coast Guard n Auvil.ary On hand to present Gulf city to recover the land can industrial! 1 Development: !, Truitt!
which responds to dis- Coast's views were Sarasota be' provided. IS IIreslaent ot Olson Aircraft.
tress calls In collaboration with ttornev Martin H. Harkavy Council President E. S. The aircraft company president -

the U. S. Coast Runrd Sea-AIr and John Tru'tt' consultant and (Bill) Raymond also expressed also later confirmed a report -
Rescue unit St. member of the that the firm has been
+ at Petersburg advisory board concern over the subordina ,
w and the Civil Air Patrol which of the development company ion clause and recommended: offered an Industrial site on II I
lies regular sundown missions Truitt made it clear at the further study and discussion by oroperty oW'lledy!: the Black. I
to watch for boats in trouble. outset of the meeting that subordination I the council for possible actionat burns> if negotiations with the

-- -.- A spokesman for the Safe of the city's Inter a special meeting later in city fail.Airport. 1
Seating Week observance said eat in the Droperty to the SBA the week. property under discussion ,
MRS DOne!; 'THY F, '.clltiW: u c.: e ov-ral) leader in the all three organisations are ''s an absolute requirement of No Investment Harkavy told council \\t o I Ia

Sarasota IG',' ::111. I T. rp-n Tournament with this 155% hopeful that "all Individual the government I lending Several queries bv Council involves two parcels, one of
pound silver !k ": Slv oJ./ b f r bait and took her 20 and organization connected agency, man Dr. John R. Hogan three acre for Tyrrell and the

minutes to 1..id The r.pon.. leaped three tames Miss Bonnie with boating will want to JoinIn Need Clt,'. lisle brought out that the development other comprising five acres for
Brethen. Sara-otj Tarpon Queen stands in with Mrs Polchow. promoting safe boating Harkavy stressed that thecity company will have no Olson Aircraft.

not only during Safe Boating would, In effect, becomes actual investment In the !1m : ? o0 ij k OKIc I: '1
I Week but throughout all 52 party to providing Industry provements, but will be responsible SCHOOL MEETING I

Tax PayersContinued weeks of the year." to beef up the local economy for the admlnlstra (Continued from Page 1)) aD'1 k1

hall be whatever la best for

What Young People Think the pupil, weighed against the
additional and the benefit .
( from Pate 1) of the number of agencies in cost I
to equal the value'of the property the county created to regulatethe to b* gained. COWPEN SLOUGH drainage project now under construction
itself And he recalled developing and' subdividing Tuition Double near Laurel will drain a JOO-square-mile area of Sarajou
that the state of Florida had, of land. "Developers," he declared It was brought out that the and Manatee counties Map of the project shows the

in put years "been m the "are selling real estatein 'initial cost to transfer a student .- mile-long area to be served by the aeries of dam desist
teal estate business twice bulk that they purchased for from one county to another to control the How of water in slack and rainy seasons, Coat
Pointing out that tourism subdividing and are moving to i is $200 tuition, plus $50 of the present phase of the work will be more than $2-mllllon
and land development are the other counties" transportation The transferring

two major industries in FlorIda And he added tl.at the VTL cost, it results wa in noted double, becausethe tuition Movies Of Auto Races Scheduled
the speaker emphasizedthat and other such organizations
students home county al.
the investor holds a very should stress that officials
vital place in the state's econ "are our employes-not u ready provides educational Movie of the 1961 Indianapolis of mailing and insuring tin
facilities from tax moneys
omy. "The eventual slowing of our masters. and Daytona Beach Auto film.
According to South County
the economy he declared, "In order to support the school board member Ronald races will be shown at the I Pete Peterson, telephone

"affects" every person in Flor economy: of the West Coast," Brlnkm. the state ha* a law community room of First Federal 488-4622, will take rcicrvitionc

ida. Bgynard asserted "we must ....._...
on the statute books which says Savings and Loan Assn. --" _
This being the case, he add- or
have the basis of Cri
I' building our
the welfare of a pupil Iii i to
rd, "it behoove everyone to : Venice office, Wednesday at ALLENConvalescent
I be considered first regardlessof
be interested in the tax economy 1:30 I
: p.m.The and
and In getting a dollar' VTL President Finn W. county line!*. The request fora

worth of value for every dollar Caspersen then reported in detail transfer, however must be showing I Is being spon- Nursing Home
spent." on the budget of the cityof II Initiated by the school boardof toned by the Venice Vagabond M Hour Nuning Service

One of the troubles In Saro- Venice and commendedGuy the student' home county. \uto Club. There will be a donation Phone Venice mnojIII
E. Curwood Public Works Discussions also dealt with
eota County, Baynard said, is director and Clerk of 25 cents to cover .. ...... .
City HarryW. out to
that benefits are being provided working an agreement "'" --"" ---
which are not renlly needed Hager for their work In the Improve education through larrdYrallrCCt
preparation of the budget. consolidation of facilities in
resulting in taxation to the
point of no return. I ITo Caspersen also reviewed the areas such as Englewood
Many Regulation county budgets, including the where the two counties hive

The speaker also was criticalAPMISSIOM school and hospital, and presented elementary schools only a
a critical appraisal of short distance apart.It .
the Samsota County school was brought out that the
I iyrtem and the Anderson re state board of education strong
j : fiOOPfr} t port.All Iy recommend that adjoining
nine VTL directors were counties have such working
re-elected by unanimous ballot. agreements. The points of discussion
They Include Edw.rd C. Aloe- and tentative atreement -

3.5 Jun.$ <.II.Stolf.: FlormM, Vml.l 000.: Berth.. MokonU tnr.Entlwrood .: lie George F. Donovan. John art to be presented by
i : ttonwi Trwn, V nk : Elkins Fraser Dan B. each of the boards at are"ular
Crow MrKrill.: Entltwood.J er, Abe S. Mandel, meeting.
".. Hi Nora. H.rrii. Cwr Kn> .
; Ruth! aoa._. Vmlee: A.'U Ptotvr.Venlct Haeburn, David A. Grane.l All five board members of
; lJ) Mil Franklin.- Mary ac Nukonli ton.I Vmln: John r Ellu-V.n Baynard and Caspersen. Common Sense Guides Youngsters the Charlotte board were preset di r yr.r

,5'I' Norman En.I.......: ashy Boy d..jnrl- along with School Board .
; _. Vdttw CorMlltw Don..... N. P. Attorney-D, Frank Smosk, Jr.

'I, i, ri.fi.fc fWlotto: :HtM Arthur, S_,.C.rrv. Vmlrr-Albltlnn>.l.lM ., By Et'GENF: CII.BKRT: girl don't worry about this- think they should have more Sarasota County School Super-
.. ItVMkfc. Nokmnli: Eltntvthfl Obituary President, Gilbert Youth only five per cent say their money, 23 per cent would like I Intendent Dr Russell Wiley at-
i t I fl.cl,r4f VmlM. Ermu Coda,. Eaor'' Research, Inc money most frequently Is spenton I between $1 and $4 and 20 per ended: with the Sarasota County -

f'" Ju.a, let _10 r...... 0..10.' When it comes to upending dates, friends and presents. cent would like $10. t croup
Un. Vwln. Ctii-U Rill N- DThmu money, today' young\ people What make teens buy The
!' '' '. NoknMfi. "rlo wO *. have both feet planted firmly greatest number--40 per cent-
." .k. VMIIX, Mrs Bertha C. Martin. 58, Haley
"'< : torwrt RoblMtU/ Nokomil ReportFavors
\ ; John Bum, Nokomln: ..idBlouirt of Bayview Parkway, Nokomis on the ground say they are Influenced by
11 Ewtanxrf. .: BMt, ttv.ma.o' died Thursday at her Most of the 1069 boy and friends. Running a close sec
Vaka DISCHARGESJUM home.A girls; we polled recently spend and to friends' influence ii advertising
between $1 and $4 each week, which affects 39 per
14! Jan Mardi_. hraMU.JUM native of New Orleans Drastic
111. Miytle moat V....... and the money goes for such cent of the young people. One-
f end.. Uttl. VmlM Clan Muwill she later lived in Chicago and
: practical things a* school fourth of the teen-agers makeup
North' Port Chirlottr, Goo... TheiM" came here from that city !in
lunches and snacks school their own mind. Only 14
1 Kokomli : R.thala..lebarth. V.nk.JUM sup.plies per
I let Juui 1'.,:. l..lridl.. No- 1955. and clothes. cent say their parents Influence In Aidleagues
kook! Wlltard Alkl... PunU Ocrda : She Is survived by her husband Foreign
l eillnwood. Vnl., HonirdFHicmM. Tifty-one per cent of the their spending habits and only
V.lal i Ctlt O-borh.. Lawrence C. Martin; teenagers including 59 percent IS per cent are directly told He's
t ; VmlM' Arthur Sunrirt, V.nlt.: FLldert two brothers Joseph a-nd William what to
of buy their mother
and 36 by
the girls percent
IUimm'r.11. Immukilm Riymnnil W ikr. By REP. JAMES A. IIAI.EY to aupport move to
\>nl,.,; M.uH W.ll'. '.m>. .nt... both of New Orleans and of the boys spend be. and fathers.
.v As this is written the House defeat or at least severely curtail
.It two sisters, Mrs. Alton Mullen ween $1 and $4 weekly Mother Andrea Lynn Williams 1 IS, of ALWAYS VILIGANT!
has objection whole aid
/ ---- ] just approved-over my the foreign pro-
( and Mrs. Margaret Noonan, also er per cent estimate they Kansas City, Mo., says her parents and those of a sub gram.In .
CARD OP THANK of New Orleans. spend t5. This 1 It generally Inline "feel I'm old enough to
stantial but insufficient the floor The shrewd alert and
Our hranhlr think. H nil .ho 00' num. speaking on Alligator is ,
tcfldftl comfertlnc/ .7anathr ... het.In Funeral services were heldin with the amount of allow. budget my money" The parents ber of my colleagues-legislation against the authorization bill,
t. nor r.rnt.ra.. t. Ih. hro.'ul" New Orleans with Interment once received since 68 cent of Ken Brown, 18, of watchful.The
per .
I ...,,1.,. IIMol ollerln,. .eat 00., knda to continue foreign aid another I made these point: .
.... lee sae d.enl, rrdrf.l. m St Joseph's Cemetery there. receive spending money somewhere Bothell, Wash., say that since year. e The United State govern. is
M.. F. A. L.nln.r and Hawles Funeral Horn wasn within this range he earned the money, he responsibility of a newspaper
Prort B"'I.n.Q.h. .. The $3.5 billion authorizationvoted ment 1 is In a bad, if not actually
I charge of local arrange- 'een-age allowances seem to should use his own JudgmentIn
was the smallest foreignaid precarious, fiscal I 1 situation based these characteristics. .
on same 0
...,,_ ---. r. of
ceiling; set in six years. A brought on by year deficit
over the past few year, al. Learn Value of Money shift of only 10 vote would financing, in which the foreign
though they have risen slight The mothers and fathers who ha been SHREWDNESS of decision to
have trimmed this level by a sid program a major
Iy. The average allowance\ for do tell the boys and girls how quarter-billion dollars. factor. (Bv some calculations, best protect the interest of the reader
the boys and girls a* shown in to manage their finance generally The authorization bill, of our total foreign aid spending

our 1959 survey was between do so because they want' courm, la not the fmal lest since the last day of World public.
$2 and $3. By 1M1, our survey the young people to learn the
The House! next must vote on War II amounts to nearly half
showed that most of the teens value of money actual funding of the program the national debt.) ALERTNESS in reporting all the
received $3. The majority of the young- and past history indicate the e The claim that 1 I. advanced .
Many of the young people stars 76 per cent are satisfied prospect that the monetary figure in support of foreign aid, current activities of your community.
: _supplement their allowances with their allowances probably will be lest than that 80 per cent of the money
by earning money When asked and feel they have enough the authorization. Last year, w* ship abroad comes back in 0 WATCHFUL in to
t.$ where their money came from, (pending money Of those yho for instance, the appropriation the form of orders for American our ability

32 per cent of the teen said allowance was 33 per cent under the aid /goods thus increasing Jobs establish editorial policies and fight!

27 per cent iild earn- Eggs, like people, should authorization; in 1958, the cut in this country and export
,f logs and 37 per cent said a never be herd-boiled, says the was 28 per cent from this country, I la "bosh." for the principles and needs attendanton

t M combination of both. Florida Egg Commission Boiled I expect to support every (The facts are that the foreign
I The greatest expenditure ofthe eggs can be unattractive a* effort which will be made on aid program hoe resulted in community growth.

young people Is school well as indigestible. the floor to cut the forthcoming export of countless thousands
t ,'U DESCEND MILLIONS lunches and snacks Fifty percent appropriation bill, and for of jobs, long/ with billions of THE GONDOLIER STRIVES TO
1 t say their money i Is pent the same reasons which have the taxpayers' dollar, and that
OF YEARS INTO TIME on this. Another T6 per centSlY led m* in the past to oppose the export of commodities
TO DISCOVER WEIL- 1 ,tt, : ;, the major part of the budget Smoker Sayti these lavish outlay for the actually are handouts whichare SERVE YOU IN ALL CAPACITIES!IIt

f : PRESERVED BONES OF w, e, goes for school supplies and benefit of our supposed foreign responsible for our unfavoribl -

I I t i I. PREHISTORIC MON ? tivlties. friends, at the cost of our own trade balance and the
Boy And Girls Differ is written edited and published
solvency.My dangerous resulting drain on ,
I ii' ; J ; The spending habit of the position In these matter our vital gold reserve.
I { SPRINGS AND boys and girls differ sharply Inaome : aurprlse to e I challenged
,1 CADFUI, will come a* no any supporterof
I 1" SINKHOLES. a5, r area.. Thirty-one percent PrOpt[ any'' of you, for it has been the the program to tell me specifically FOR YOU !

..,. jf '. IA of the young ladle spend I same In the year in which I (not theoretically or
\\1,. Phosphate.. money on clothe most frequently have been privileged to peak In general terms) just what

.i ,,j. I DEPOSITS IN POLK but only 10 per cent for you in The Congress. My good we have accomplished READ
1 '" I AND HILISBOROUCH "it of the young men say funds policy, a.1 am sure you know, FOR OURSELVES by foreignaid
\ i l1 go to replenish their ward- has been based not only on my or to name me a nation
I COUNTIES HAVE robes On the other hand, 29per own sincere beliefs and conscience anywhere, who has becomeour
: I I cent of the boy usually but tn what I believeto stauncher friend, or a

f: I FOSSILS OF MASTODONS ,,us'wo'MP e.e spend money on sport and be the feeling of an over.whelmln. sterner foe of communism, as

: f; MAMMOTHS ,N wj porting good, while Only 13per majority of the pea a result of our /generosity,
j Ii"I f' AND OTHER LARGE 2 1 cent of the girl figure ple of the seventh district of e I reminded the proponentsof
these item In
: r' their expenses. Florida. foreign aid of Indonesia'
I, : I) MAMMALS WHICH T- Dates are a much bigger expence My opposition of this program Premier Sukarno our supposed
(i f... ;j i'' ROAMED THE LAND IN : for the boys also. Thirty.eight .. which I regard a* an friend who after milkingus
[l I I' PREHISTORIC TIME per cent say a chunk of
j economic millstone around our for hundred of millions, serving all of South
i, r 411( ; d YrI the budget goes for dating. The Nation's neck, has lot, been laid "to hell with your aid
I Iy i
I ;.. d t J3t l See TAYLOR HARDWARE, confined to the mere castingof Personally I do not use that Sarasota County
SEASON'S ONLY BIG Sale 213 W. Venice Avt. for lawnmowers votes against It I hIV work. nrt of language/( but I do not
t f this weekend *t The Nestle- lawn sprinklers and .d. and will continue to do so. think' very much of our aid -

wood Shop, 218 W. Vtnic: Av. other implement. to jieriuad more of my col. program, lthr.. .


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--, FLORIDA.-- MOND- -AY. JUNE 22, 1964

Lemon Veterans I...... _. THE GONDOLIER. PAGE-THREE

Elect J. White I Van Patten Goes -
J'. ..';" ,... !
ENGLEWOOD LegionnaireJohn

I. White was unanimously .
) elected president of the I To CAP Camps ,

Lemon Bay Veterana' Club,
Inc., at the organizations annual
general ,. Fred Van Patten, immediatepast
meeting held Tuesday night In ra .l'lBirr cadet commander of the F. a'wQeete C r..1: : 6

the Englewood Legion auditor. .r fzy, R i ir I Venice Composite Squadron,
White served ,
ium. aa vice-
president last year. Civil Air Patrol will attend alii ... :

White has been active for five CAP encampments this I pttopoe4O '
many year in Lemon Bay summer at Tyndall Air Force r' ,.' +

Post 276 and the Englewood Base near Pensacola. rr3. .t .
Bay Scout program He wu
awarded a meritorious service The 18-year-old Van Patten, to
bronze plaque by the Englewood I a 1964 graduate of Venice High I
legionnaires School, presently is attending
at the Memorial
Day exercise. ++fN'S 9 .'hlbi5 'tiildalU;d the first of the five encampments j".. ., .: ." pROP06i.D t'uRCHa.O, .

vice-president Other officers, C.elected F. Higgln-were to where the he temporary has been rank elevated ....,1i ?s, r ,.. .. ., ,. C + 1 r YO ,

botham; treasurer, Mri. Wil- of cadet second lieutenant and i ; .'
liam Haste; secretary, Mrs. has been. made flight commander "\
William E. Herdman.
Elected to the board of directors
Normally the Certificate of
were Clark E. Eccles, I
C F. Higginbotham, John I. Proficiency Is required for officer O Ur ,

White Mrs. Marie L. Albright, grades at the encamp- .
Mrs. William Haste, Mrs. Barry ments. The requirement was \ 1 '

Wyatt. waived for Van Patten, however d" Vq'' t4o
President Age Sklolvlg named I
because of his ability and
the following '
members to -
the auditing committee: LouieD. past experience. : ,- a \\ss

Sheppard and C F Higgmbotham. The son of Mr. and Mrs A. ; / ; ,
E. Van Patten of Nippino a
Retiring president Age Sklolvig Trail, Nokomis, he has held the '"
-- -----
: in submitting his annual MRS. TRIXIE NELSON I is the new president president; Mrs. Dew; Hicks, special directorand rank of staff sergeant with the I I II I ..
report, pointed to the new extension of Venice Area Cosmetologists and Hairdressers Venice CAP unit. '
past president; Trixie Nelson and Fecie "
to the building! as the Assn. following installation of of- Shumard, second vice-president. Standing, So far as I Is known, )
outstanding young
accompliahm e n t / Sunday at a banquet and dance at left to right, are: Maria Polo, treasurer .
during the past He Myakka Gourmet ; Van Patten will be the only /
/ year. stated Room. Installing officer Carol Huston i4 J 4
secretary; Betty Burkett, financial cadet in Florida attending all
that the capacity of the was Mrs. Clarice n.
legion Dew of St. Petersburg, Yi
secretary Cathy Flowers, third vice- five encampments. Followingthe p 4 { a
headquarters had been third vice-president
more the state Assn. Wendell
president and
Merle Thomas, fourth vice-
encampments, each of
than doubled and is now the Hicks presided. New officers are, seated president. Not shown in the picture Is Jean which last two weeks, he will '.... ,
largest indoor assembly hall in left to right; Ann K. Keyser, first vice- Freizinl, fifth I '
the area. vicepresident.New return to Nokomis for a short ; :: \.;;
The annual financial report time before leaving for Albany, I'i' f .... fI''"<'.,. (",-. fL 14X

of the organization submitted Ga. t. ,; ',> p1t..
by Treasurer Mildred Haste Library Books Van Patten has been in CAP .' ;.1 "" ;. :tt. ., l '
disclosed that the corporationhas for three years and held the r'; :" ,::. ,t:. yt "A to 1
had a prosperous year and post of cadet commander of ( .... ..i. : ::." :-. ., 1
ii In sound financial status. the Venice Composite Squadron -'l' .j". .:. ._ .. ; aNEW ... )" ...-...... .... L. '

Singled out for citations for Seventy-one new title. have the World by Gardner, Reasonable I his Arabia, by Howarth.REFERENCE since last September. He COMMUNITY PARK for the Venice- from the canal dredging. Approximately 190,
their dedicated services durIng been added to the shelves at Doubt, by Ehrlich; resigned the post following Nokomis area will be created out of a portion 000 cubic yards of spoil will be pumped into
the past year In behalf of the Venice Area Free Public Okee, by Wisbeskl; Danger graduation from high school of the proposed landfill from canal spoilat the two spoil areas (shown on the map) on
the organization were President Libra dy. Sharkl!, by Butler; Successful Brewer's Dictionary of and has been succeeded by Eagle point. Sarasota County commissioners either side of the highway. Filling of the spoil I
Age Pkiolvlg. Louie D. The new books Include J9 Salesmanship, by Ivey. Phrase and Fable; How to Get Daryl Mattox, son of Mr and at a public hearing last week, approved areas also will necessitate a change<< in bulk
Sheppard and John I. White. adult fiction titlrs, 37 adult Bay of Bigs, by Johnson; To Money for College, by Fine; Mrs. Robert Mattox of 619 the purchase by Eagle Point interests head lines as indicated on the liagram.
The Veterans' Club, Inc., Is non-fictlwj volumes and five Number Our Days, by van Vacation Guide by Rand Mc. Barcelona Ave., Venice. Of the bay bottom for use as a spoil area
1he real 1 estate holding\ corporation reference tomes: Paassen; Plumbing, by Bab- Nally & Co.; British Authors I
of the American Legion. bitt; Honored Society, by Lewis Before 1800, by KunlU; British !MORE!!: PEOPLE ARK, READING ,1t
The Loser, bv Deal Rascal's ; Best-Loved Poems bv: the Authors the Nineteenth Century I I College
; KumU.
Heaven, by Mason: Knight's American People, by Felle- by t w "'r';' n.\, mm mum

Phone Honor, by Gellis; Tenderfootof man Packard; Pyramid Climbers, :by Dallas W. Dort, a former took part in the organizationof
Company Madams
Sweetwater Valley, oy Francisco; bv Gentry; Dallas, I United States Department nf and was the first U. S. representative YOU CM SAVE 3 WAYSOn
Wright; Hostile Land Council of
by Lee I of the
Public and
Private, by Leslie LIC State official, has been named
Gazelle on the Lawn, by Fair. I UNICEF. Dort was the U. S. Auto Insurance
Says Service bairn; Perfect Stranger, by La Legion! The French a trustee of New College. representative on and chair-
Hyams; Voice on the Tele- Foreign Legion and the Men Dort, a native of Flint, man of the Supply Committeeof 1. NEW LOW RATES
phone by Davis; Erase My Who Made It Glorious, by Boc- Slated TodayThe Mich, and now owner of a 3000 ,- the United Nations Relief 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
Has Name, bv Donahue ca; Collected Poems, by Mil.l .acre cattle ranch In Sarasota and Rehabilitation Administration. 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
ImprovedTALLAHASSEE Trade 'Winds, by Kaye; Fair l lay; Encyclopedia of Tropical. was active as director of .
by Nathan: Spire by Golding; Fishes, by Axelrode; Natives June meeting of the Central I Administrative Services The New College trustee was / /JJ
Fred D. Sunshiiv and l Salt br Roth- Are Always Restless, bv Raft- Light Industry Council of of the Office for Emergency graduated from Princeton University
Learey, president of Genera! child; Bells of Bicttre. by ery, Who Walk Alone, by Bur. Sarasota County will be held Management during and earned his law degree /1tK/ (
Telephone J Co., told the Public Simenon ; Road to Beershebs, (rest; Modern Seamanship, by at 2:30: p,m. today at its officesIn World War II. at the University of Michigan. A G E N C Y
Utilities Commission today the by Manning: Big Knives, I hy Knight: America the Beautiful Sarasota. After the war, he participated I Avenue
company has fully compliedwith Lancaster; Monte Walsh, by br Kennedy; Mr. Kennedyand in the development and New College opens for IU 116 W. Venice
the commission's ordersto Schaefer; Old Gods Laughed, the Negroes, by Golden; The agenda Its Includes adminilt.rst1vecommittee a budget presentation to Congress of the first classes in the fall of thisyear .L= Telephones l 488-2288 J
improve service in its eight- by Yerby; One Day in the Afternoon Elizabeth Taylor, by Waterbury report by and discussion of Marshall Plan, was a member as an Independent, private
county service area in west- of the World, by Saroy- ; Journey Among Brave of the special United Nations coeducational college of i
central Florida. Men, by Schmidt. future programs Committee on Relief Needs and the liberal arts and sciences.

In the fifth service report In an.Maigret's Dead Man, by Suicide of the West, by Burn- I William L. Hart of Englewood
two since the commission Simenon; The 480, by Burdick; ham; Fossils In America, by is chairman of the council -
issued the six-point orderin Chose Harper Women, by Ransom; Overtime In Heaven, I and Rice Miller of VeniceIs IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW
Birmingham( ; Armageddon, by by Llsager; Genesis of Twentieth I
June, 1962, to improve service a director.In I IM.S
I/earey said all orders for Jrisj; Return of the Long Riders Century Philosophy, by when you
primary service held for 90 by Farrell; Honorable Prosch; I Just Happen to Have
days or more have been rlean- Mate, bv Kauffman; Accident !- Some Pictures by Eth-: the Far East a thief reportedly
ed up, the company's central by Janrwav; Grandfathers ride; Strangers on a Bridge, used a strong-jawed YIN
office equipment more than by Richter; In the Last hy Donovan; New Science of Komodo dragon for house-
doubled in capacity, and new Analysis, by Cross; Soul of Economics, by Soule. breaking. He tied a rope
service orders are being Kindness, by TaylorNON Pet Cats, Their Care and ,around the dragon's neck,
handled in three days or less Handling, by Bryant; Along the threw it over the wall and then .
-FICTION!\ Streeter Edward Climbed the when he /
there facilities are avilable. Ridge, by ; King up rope
Bonsai for Americans by the Seventh, by Magnus; was sure that the dragon had VENICE AND ENGLEWOODBUSINESSMEN'S
Learey credited improved Hull: Parents' Guide to Chil- Desert King Ibn Saud and a tight bite on something solid
employee morale with successful Iren's Reading, by Larrick;
efforts to handle 95 percentof My Aunt Maxine by Forbes. SMITTY'S
all service interruptions Robertson; Year That Chanedo
within two working days, and TAVERN & BEEF-EATERS

aid the company's new goalis [JfjJJlt[! PIZZA 16 ROOM
to restore business phone
Your favorite, FrO.DSANDWICHES
service interruptions within 85' PRIME RIB ROAST
two hours and residential servo We
ice within four hours. CHARCOAL >

Evidence of the Improved THE GLADESBAR
service and better community TABSC STEAK'i
relations, Learey said, is the Package Liquor Store u
net gain ol 9,800 new customers & RESTAURANTJust
The Trail &
$o far this year. An economic 1 U South of Bill Phillip Ford
in the company's service Venice Ave. Ph. 488.9963WHITE
area, and a liberal policy regarding ,_ .
LOWPRICES "J\f' "" "" __ -
customer deposits also
have contributed to the record ELEPHANT
Increase in new business, he FISHERMAN'S I

aid. Restaurant t Cocktail RESTAURANT & LOUNGEON
Commission order In keep .o 9 M serving THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOODOPEN

accurate trouble records, to ON All .e \ po LUNCH from . DAILY 6:00: A.M. +- 9:00: P.M.

upgrade customers service and to multipartyline ta answer I i s DINNER from . Come by boat or by Auto!

at least 90 per cent of all long GENERALELECTRIC DailyLUNCHEON fRESH SEAFOOD & AGED STEAKS(

distance signals within ten seconds OJ, Friday & Saturday Nights
have been met and ex- III a Safood SHRIMP DINNER All you can eat!
ceeded, Learey declared. Steal
Phone 474-1310
Extended area service, giving CENTRAL S2 520SMACK

customers toll-free dialing ON RT. 41 N. OF VENICE AVE. ph. 111 iPW" ,
T" "'
has HEATINGAND 4741881)r ""'
neighboring exchanges, -- -
been cut on in EnglewoodCapeHaze

tee ,County and Sarasota exchanges and Mana-are Too often people who wouldn't drum of eating oft-flavor KING'S TABLEFOR McDONALD'S
food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water or
scheduled to be on extended AIR FINE FOODS 661 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488-2873
chlorine water. because they don't know how easy
area service next ;year.
mil It I Ii to Improve It) Served Dally 6 a.m. to I p.m It ,. Serving Breakfast 6 A.M.
An Investment of $125
CONDITIONINGEQUIPMENT The cure "Is a special home-water filter,the AquaPure'Taste
lion In plant facilities in the and Odor filter that Served From 7 .m, to 8 p-m I ITALIAN SPAGHETTI

last five years is being Increased can be Installed under BREAKFAST from ,. 40e -

rapidly, the company your kitchen sink In min LUNCH from .. ... 65c \ J SMACKBURGERS

president said, and with presentedthe Hat of CALL TODAY utes. It filters out all DINNER from . 95e / BROASTED CHICKEN
commission a
ten new projects, to cost SI!,. FOR ESTIMATES bad tastes all and the odors, -_ TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL SALAD BAR
816,000. to extend service into gives you really 2 blocks N. of Venice Ave J
upgrading good-tasting cooking and 488-o333 Take Out Orders
rural areas and allow drinking water you can j Rt. 41 Ph.
of service in others.
Learey said that since all :LOW,:LQW i'ERMS use. 1{,
Only s modest Investment
commission orders had been and simple COME AS YOU The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH

met, he considered the prog-| Installation !! ..... .
problem r t n. .. tnt a < .w
teas report the last required,- /just pick pp your phone" sue S ..* .r wi" IN mat. Bay Vista OF BEACH RD. ON 77S IN ENGLEWOOD
and! submitted documents supPorting "w-1* as 100 yaw / 'Ae lemon fay Area "
of compli and tell us to bring ene sand "fo" thai is Woti/tj lmoll'
ance. The completion commission took the IIIA'I"o" out Install it. Ye* :elaaN.x1a5 s.rp.ratlaa., ':' aril' RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGEWe SMORGASBORD t
report under advisement. .. family and guests will thank you. roUNDlY COMMNT. OPEN 12 NOON DAILY MONDAY 5:30: to 9 P.M.SMORGASPREAD.

Jupiter's vast sphere could 744 VENICE AVE. E. Gulf-Shamrock Plumbing, Inc. ., SALAD BAR 01 Aft

contain 1,300 earths, but It Ii PH. 488-5359 Complete Dinner Served until 9 11:30: to 2 P.M, DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. >vu

only 300 times heavier.weUM The 628 E. Venice Ave., Venice Ph. 488-6247 488-2445 SR 77SS at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD. REGULAR MfWAVAILABLE(

Planet's relatively light part of It (' ;: Rotary Meets Here Tuesday Noon ph. Dave 4 Flo Behr.ns .... 4743312VENICE.
suggests that a large 'I- 9 I t
eonslsts of gas in forms unknown ...

on earth. J! ,I

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at the office of all
Too Late To ClassifyBy Judge and their authored

THE RUSSELL KAY Bub-agents.According to A. D. Aldrich

( PEOPLE I You know, It'. nice to be ableto did, I think I would try to lig- director ter Fish, Game Commission and Fresh, Wai
sit back and enjoy your favorite ure out a way to give my 1964-85 the new
fishing license(
radio and television programs political patrons a better break U not
SPEAK without having them all even if I had to let my hair required until midnight Junt
cluttered up with appeal from down and tell 'em to go find 30, however, they are presently -
ljL ambitious politicians another rat hole for their campaign being honored by wildlife
f Now I'm not against politicians funds, or come up with officers. Buying the license now
: or weapon kept about the I realize a new type of program that will prevent many fishermen
MZMBER Or TOT ASSOCIATED: PRBSJ!: r MEMBER 0* TRR FLORIDA PHK8S they are a necessary and from embarrassment
home. evil and more often folks would listen to be at a labcc

TIoe A..yI.W. ..... 10 _ohlol.." ...,... M w ,. _bl..tIoII. d .n awn 11.b_ ....... juve All gun should be handledat than not I'm downright sorry date when they decide on\
R ..t.Y.e.W .....1.... Ie NN. ,._, and .1.. .b..1 .... ..blbh.d _... AU efehw 01 .,. by all times a* if loaded, and for the poor cluck particularlythose lieve.Fishing a sudden fishing trip and find
I at ._'01 dbpa.bs. an .... .-.rod. a rill in the should be used for who lose
never playby Licenses
Tk. MM .... bed l _101.. ..._. of Ikto. ...._ k oprrwHM. aM Hmikllratlo b children. but it seemsto they have no license.
me we ought to find better
STMily fortiddM. _opt br writMv p.rsl.b.l a
Court. Parents are requested to method of selecting our of. Now AvailableFlorida License fees are: Resident

Pobll.... Inrr: Mo.dM end Th.i..l.' rro. 11S-I4 t Miami. A...... of the Inci check the location and condi ficlals than we have at pier annual, S3.00; Non-resldent in.
rend A< seed Cb.. M>... At Pet OWot M Vfnk.* Florid. death resulted tion of firearm kept in their ent. fresh water fishermen nual, $8.00; Non-resident
released to homes, and to teach their children Television commercials art are being urged to avoid 14.

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Juvenile girl not to touch or handle bad enough but political announcements the rush and buy their fishing Non-resident day continuous- fishing, $355;

COURTNEY WILLIS ........................... .... .. .. Advertising two, it hearing was ap these weapons John T. at Graham any time. worse. We have and learned speeches from art licenses fishing licenses now. The are new available 1964-65 fishing, 223.5-day continuous

SAM DILLON ............... ...... ........ ..... News and Newsphoto that this County Judge watching commeclals that nobody u4xPaW..wn. r 4 rwc!! wet-'mt. .

ROGER KILBY...... .................... .... .n. Mechanical <'e resulted Judge of County Court In his right mind believesa
of adults Judge of Juvenile Court cockeyed word they say they

.2S six month, $ gun to Sarasota couldn't and retain their sanIty rLJTPOLLEN
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $S 2J per year $3 per
three month Out of $8.25 year, $ possession of but the political stuttering,
per 10 cent per copy. county per t supervising To The Editor: hemming and hawing 1* downright
per six months, $3 per three months. enough to pathetic.A .
I A4wtMnt 1.tI>__u.., ...$-tda ,,*. Rrrvlc. C.lM Hlk FU.I, AmtTlcwi NnnvwOT with this Please add this late but very poor, dumb owl who SMOKE
MMfiutlvv, N.w y..... N. LI: All..... Cm.; tMrott. III.... sincere note of admiration for handle himself fairly well on ,

your courage in writing "OpenLetter the stump or at a reception AND DUST
are kept 'In
to the President. It is
Good Business For The CityA behoove the a sad but true commentary on you just put naturally him In falls front apart of a micro when EFFECTIVELYHONEYWELL

weapon to our times that so few men in phone or a camera. And the

private concern hat mad a proposition self financing construction of the reach of your position dare to speak out pitiful part of it la they payplenty
1 I. moat im against government practicesthat for the privilege of making
to the City of Venice for 4O-yell' business tenants on airport of have been making farce a lot of folks mad because I PORTABLE

(MM on' five acres of airport propertyt amortizing the cost in, say a children chil. out of our Bill of Right they were gypped out of a I ELECTRONICAIR

a nominal fee of $100 a month for the 10 to IS yaars7Cert.inly Clarke C. WIlmot good program that they had
firearm Manaaota Key counted on listening to. Who CLEANER
purpose of establishing en industrial perl. if the city's credit Is I ask would rather hear a

Under this proposal, the private concerti enough to borrow a half million candidate than "Hazel" or 0 tomans 93% tt poll....
"This Wa the Week That and 90%* o< II ... (M.
would act as go-between for prospective for renovation' of its water system Was?" smoke< sod guise prune
tenant seeking loam from the Small The Iron IV
borrow $40,000 to finance NewsBy Some day somebody will pauini thrMfk
Business Administration.The nit E>i* battens ill
of a building as mentioned in come up with a political program "'nlIIlIe rtmoKi!
SBA require subordination of lien before that will have enough
presently it. THURMAN SENSING pep punch and go-get-'em to I Miaimlzit HKxftn
dame before it will lend and city
money odors;inrt hit activated
Council has decided hold an audience. They will
City wisely President federal c/1srCOll/ filtw-i known
officials are fearful it might lose the bureaucracy is doing
stage a good old western
dose scrutiny to the proposition Industrial today to create a "federal propaganda gunfight tdsorbmt property in case of default by the lessee. between follower of
office He told how vapor
Johnson and Goldwater, or employ
The Venice area offer many attractive bureaucracy Secretary of Defense McNa. Marshal Dillon as a body I Plegshdoaeysbnd" -
feature to prospective businesses and itsorely The question is if it is good publip would mara has instituted a "gesta- guard for the candidate for lid outlet Uu hi par

needs enpantion" of its present for a private concern, would it [ government po" directive' to military officer Democratic Committeeman.If kitchti lining K
"to discourage circulation t dupvgarureanr
modest Industrial boost its as good business for the to information Hazel made up her mind
community to city handout of the view of persons !loa roan Of olhnd..da. .
she was going to sell her boy
own agent and itself the who dissent from 'the department
KOftOmy .
reap going on in friend as a candidate for governor
What would be wrong with the city it- 1 It's a good question. never coma McNamara's Ime.: so-called He told of Mr. the would set all his opponents saw M.M.ttr Da.rt
of the voters econo on their ear and wind
my move aimed at creating"a up by electing him with a land
. Victims Of Violence 1 attitude more single press office for the slide

than in the $50 billion m year Defense De In my book there Is nothingmore

m France recently a promising young rents of violence pouring from S. State De partment. boring than to see some
a passion for Another important fact poor owl sitting behind a desk
ttudent an athlete and Idealist, tilled a press, the cinema and television under its brought out in hi* speech was glaring under the light and

professor in the classroom and then jump. sides there is nothing but pistols, with- government's use of favored trying to convince a more or

ed from the window to suicide three stories women, fusils, carbines. All that public infor reporters who would parrotwhatever less non-existing audience that
below. be avail they were told by administration he I* Cod' chosen to be their
ive and deadly armory All that insider Mr. Mol
savior. No matter what the guy
Writing in L* Figaro about this sad genre of literature, the police '* at lenhoff cited the case of Otto says, his paid staff and a few

event, the columnist Paul Guth quotes likewise consecrated to better ", massive Otepka, the State Department followers will sit and clap like

from a statement by the Association ofParents killing As if the recant American security officer who was trained seal while the rest of
bounced from his job for being
revealed in the customer- are out in the
of Pupils of Perier High School: not enough, blood trickles in Banian by too vigilant in tracking down kitchen raiding the Ice box.I .

"Such events ere possible because, now. diversions. of State security risk in the depart have yet to hear a political

adays, irrational violence is the order. of "Sadism Is mad the leitmotif head of the ment. "More outrageous than announcement or speech that
the State Department'
the day. Young people find it on all sides Pain television productions, affair ," he laid, "ha been the "Impressed 34 per cent me fewer anymore cavities"or than

In their books, in the films, on the television their 'originality.' It is the fashion Libr.ry.'w he declared, press performance. Some "Mr Goof didn't know the

screen; violence searches them out on oracles of the Intelligentsia to a great deal newsmen accepted the State was on camera."
people in Department philosophy that Then election night la' always
the street and home
at and is integratedInto these vicious tendencies .
dissenters like
as *. The free Otepka a grand and glorious headache. SEE IT NOW AT
their daily lives." and done meriting Interest. So to print with be squelched and Congress Maybe some folks enjoy hearing

He added that the classroom no leu is not astonished at the can, barred from the facts" Mr. an over worked announcer

than the general 1 environment is surrounded which follow." used, Importance Mollenhoff also of the described press having the keep stammering over- andover R. L.ANDERSON.
an equally that so-and-so has so
by these influences. "Its walls, lice The same can be said of life public inter access to the facts, as in many vote and whosit had a
those of the family are battered by curConsumer- United States ability of the the case of the controversialTFX slight lead, and then repeat >Inc:.
') out the aircraft contract amountIng himself for hour after hour. If
of defending to $5 billion, so that the they would Just give you totals
I I' whether favoritism 205 BASE AVE. E.
ProtectionA and guard public can decide hour and cut out

<< ." has been practiced and ::1'aad gusto wouldn't It (I bit N. of Air Base)
great deal has been heard about tection from the regimentation is an Insult colossal sums of taxpayers'money be Just as effective without Interfering
of wasted. The value of a
the Amer with favorite
protection" of late. That vague high costs of government itself." can believe vigilant press he said I* that. proRram even the lousy ones? Phone 488.1766BUILDING
I and seemingly innocuous phrase covers It is pretty evident that if the the activities "we can make bad public officials Maybe if I owned a radio or
I lot of territory from so-called "truth in zealots of consumer protection a high of. toe the line"or risk ex- television station I might feel

labeling" bills, to elaborate governmentalbureaus I Department, posure and ouster. differently about it, but if I mm. ______1JY
way, an ever-growing bureaucracy have been Of course that' just what
and study which the federal bureaucracy seek
groups apparently manufacturers what they can it
operate on the principle that the house- jailers what they can sell, and U. S. to avoid. It wants to treat the
if it
nation' .se public business a*
wife is
something of an economic idiotwho what they can buy. It would seem 1 that a the bureaucrats'- private business -

simply can't take care cf herself have all the laws we need to give official If Big Government i 11 ever

i when she goes shopping. sumer legitimate and reasonable boldness to to be brought under control,
after the public will have to demand
The head of one of this country's major tion those 296 federal cause of that the propaganda agenciesbe

merchandising organizations recently had member, are piled on top of all as "agrar closed down in Washingtonand

something interesting to say about this. of local laws end ordinances and accepted the thought-controller sent

In his view consumers need protection keep the buyer from being a Department'good demo- pecking Zh t <'

against an "overprotective government." cheated. If there is a consumer \ ... problem ,

l The federal government, he pointed out problem, it is minor compared and only with ac er New Y'
problem of big government with
now hai 296 separate for has helped
programs protecting derous costs, and its depressing mistakes t I

consumers. So, "The type of protection the liberties of the people. planner NeighborsMr. sh7s '

I the consumer most needs If pro- -Industrial News i the bureau "
the fact and Mrs. Peter Doran
of gov Lime and Highland Laurel,

No CrapshootingThe Really In The a protec from Chicago. F
their doings. Mr. and Mr. Brace Elliott
they like 1209 East Venice Ave., VenIce -
Oregon Blue Cross News letter.
., "Testifying before a from Westervllle, Ohio
printed the following item: "There shall Committee, an official of the brought out Mr. and Mr*. If. E, Stout
I!I l be no card playing or dicing and such curity Administration was asked when Clark Marlette Trailer Acres, from I' ,

{ patients as are able shall assist in nursing where the fund stood. His answer of the best Canton Ohio.
I Mr F. Cramer,
p 0 r t e r. In Mr. and *
j others, washing and ironing linen end if social I security were stopped the annual '295 Sooner North Port Charlotte t

cleaning the rooms and such other services no more contributions and no memorial from New Jersey.Mr. .
University of and Mrs. Robert Coffin
I obligations, it was in the red $300
as the matron shall require. Sound 304 Grobe, North Port

harsh? It's from a list of rules at Philadelphia Many years ago I heard President rightly stated Charlotte. from New York.
J .t Harvard say: 'A civilization is government BLOCKSTo
General Hospital published murdered; it commits suicid*'," 1 an inform 'The Florida Law Enforce
I \ In 1790 far from the modern the mean to ment Academy was created by
I a cry G. Swigtrt, Chairman of the Board ,
Associationand build future...
government 1 is the Florida Sheriffs build a house... to a secure
l' patient service offered today. Company, Portland/ Oregon. to criticize I Is operated by the Florida
I la doing." Sheriff Bureau a* a training
I accurate and school for law enforcement officer /. NOW IS THE TIME TO ARRANGE TO TRANSFER
1. Library Column on what the *.



} 'A Review by liioktth Mviiey Brown diaries for a large part of the TRADITIONAL
t SHEEAN covers only the years ofDorothy's makes it very clear that she OFFICE

: Ii I ,' (Dorot'iy Thompson) and Rtd's personal words to be published. It Let or ceramic us style Into your bo.utifuIIMlpt.favorite yes 601 South Tamiaml) Trail

: .H (Sinclair Lewis) courtship and marriage. er surprising that she did, as much e e Resfyfinge

I However the appendix adds enough to diary Is derogatory. Rtvb'nif All Lamp Kepain
1 'I tell of the death of Lewis and ef Dora FIRST J
DOROTHY AND RED is a Wed fey Experte; ****; Designer and
I and of her dtath.
I'I thy third marriage book which I am sure you will Craftsmen. I
: J) 1 DOROTHY AND RED Is non-fiction but
;{ f often non-fiction malts a better novel may make you want to read Mart SHOP INC. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA'

t 200 S. Pineapple Ave. 3550 S. Tamiaml Tr. Circle
881 Harding
t t 5h.*an man Dorothy's letters and which is also 'in your Frets Public






Army Capt. Donald Fann Gets I,I Boat Club Finishes Building I IAn

Bronze Star For Vietnam Duty Important milestone In

the life of V.nice-Nokomis Outboard

Capt. Donald] M Fann, '' Club was passed this
was awarded the Bronze I f weekend with completion of the Iql, )

for hit services in club's 40x60 building on its

Fort Polk, La 'Gator Run property.The .

!;4 ; : month t club was organized in

: : The award was from ?1 1957 and now has a member t fra

4- quarters United States ship of 120() Work was begunon
tary Assistance the building five months ago
Vietnam Capt. Fann and much of it has been done
to the United States last by the members themselves.

at which time he was Combined picnic-work par ;
tiit 1
viewed by The ties, last of which was on June i.\-N ,
while visiting here 14, have facilitated the construction \
i family and the Louis Late last week the
\I his parents-in.law. His building was closed in and a
duty in Vietnam wa one v few more sessions completedthe

HP end Mrs. Fann, the Job. ,

er Sue Ann Everett, and Attending the June 14 party
three children are now at were Commodore and Mrs
Polk where he is Fredus Boda, Vice-Commodore

.rw tioned. and Mrs (rear-commodore)
Tai, f The citation which Joseph A. LeBlanc, Mr and
,6 ..a..a
(Gondollw panied the presentation : Mrs J. T. Douglas, Mr, and
photo br Dantl nattssrnew ) I,
"For meritorious CAPT. FANN Mrs Julius Ala, Mr. and Mrs
I; AIR sat the twenty library quarters at the Woman's Club while serving as Civil Harley] Seiss, Mr and Mrs /f
I youngsters Sam Dillon on floor. grouped were opened, and was a huge success, library Training Advisor, successful and results Harold Gauvreau, Mr. and
Mrs ,
und story teller
I IV Free Library' first Friday officers said Mrs. Dorothy Lantz, librarion. Republic of Vietnam I evident in the achieve- Mrs Joseph Gerard, Mr and
Venice Venice.Nokomis Story Hour is shown at Mrs. Dillon's right "listening Assistant G3 Advisor of units that have at- Mrs Irving Conroe, Mr and I
at Woman's M.
year Club, in. The hour will be a weekly event, each 22nd Infantry Division the training cycle Mrs B. A. King, Mr and Mrs i
Story Hour began year, before the Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. during the summer of the Republic of an aircraft crashed with Ralph] Harrison and Mr and .I

from 18 June 1962 to 12 Division Senior Advisor and Mrs. Clarence Tntt. y
1963 CAPTAIN FANN'S G3 Advisor on board, The club's dock has been in ------ '
Youths tive, diligence FANN instru since short tGoaclol'bMoo .br Dahl MUM
l\/nefy\[ was use a time after he
ParticipateIn knowledge and tact in organizing a rescue acquisition of the Gator Run IVAN HAYNE AND AL LEBLANC, right! members of Venice
cantly contributed to the which successfully res property on a Nokomis East Outboard Club are shown closing in the overhang at the
all proficiency of the all personnel CAPTAIN canal which rum into Shackett club's building, completed this weekend at the 'Gator Run
Guard Training Center superior performance Creek Mr and Mrs C. Harold clubsite in Nokomis East. The club had a picnic-work session

Library Summer 22nd Infantry Division and outstanding achive- Bates gave the club 150 feet of there last weekend, and the addition of doors and
Program While] assigned! as reflects great credit up waterfront property in 1959 and windows completed the Job during the week.
to the Training Center himself and the United two years ago the club leased

TAIN FANN organized Army, and were in enough adjoining land from

mty! youngsters, from five cial program at the end of the Also! Ann Deakin, Joy Deak cadre veloped personnel.a training This of with the the highest tradi" the county. to make a three Junior Section Will Honor
military service. acre site.During
{ht years-old] assembled summer, in, John Deegan, Kevin Dee- ,
\\emce.Nokomis Woman's Early registrants were: gan, Mark Doegan, Lloyd the club's history it

Friday and, seated on the Scott Ackerman, Darryl Adams Eells Mary Keeter, Sally I Class Of I has constructed the Venice Dentists At Recognition
eon newspapers and cush- Stacey Adams, Ann Allison Keeter, Janice Jones, Karen Reunion Boat Ramp on Tarpon Center I
listened raptly to Mrs. Michael] Allison, Deborah McDonald, Renee McDonald Road a free launching site,

Dillon, library assistant, Anderson, Karen Anderson, Elizabeth Mahon, Deborah I A tenth reunion ] co-chairmen, report I and installed the small craft Night Reception Tonight
Kim Anderson members of I I reservations warning and range light at
i| the first Venice Free Earle Bennett, Morris Kim Morris Charles] .. are already
High School Class f\t Venice JettiesThe .
cry Story Hour this year. Boudreau, Emme Boyd, Needleman, Llssa Pfeiffer
.i. Dorothy Lantz, libra Girl Boyd Jim Boyd, Kelly Mike Pfeiffer, Belinda Pullen, for Saturday and Sunday: ; members and their' club meets monthly and Area dentists wQl be honored the dub
said the Story Hour would Boyenton, Randv Bricker, Ta- Donna Pullen, Tod Pullen William feature a dinner dance wash"M' wishing to attend the conducts periodic cruises and at a "Recognition Night" given
flue all summer from 10 mara Lynn Brown, Jerry P Royal, Thumper Thay. picnic Sunday at 1 p.m. at No- social events. by the Junior Section, Venice- I Dentists being honored an
I lam. on Fridays if the Burke, William D. Butler, Gar er, Billy Thomas, Lauren Walker The dinner dance will Beach should] telephone The new building will be In Nokomis Woman's Club at the Bra. Raymond Duke, Frederick I
7:3: ( p.m. Saturday nt Mrs. Futch or Mrs Bla- full fall L. Strammer, Jarl Malwm
continues. anticit use by at which time
est She Capasso Janse Conover .
ry and Mike WoUer and Michelle Venetian Moon and club today at 8 p m. Leon Terry and Ronald Higel.
Mrs. if
inviting guest story-tell- they have not yet re- members anticipate the building I
Susan Culbert. I Wright The occasion will mark the in
for various sessions The thur Futch and Mrs. their letters dedication. Dr. Duke has. participated. .
; tenth anniversary of the' tne dental project since ass jn.
well-received I
hour was Officers installation ceremonies dental project, through which ception.SwimlnS70.
summer during its initiale will be held at a dinner dental care Is provided to _
I June Brides: Hearken To dance on July IB at the Elks needed area elementary school
Library's Smoky the Club. Harold Gauvereau is children.
Reading Club, organizedthe chairman of the event.
A short period of musical
aim of educating area Directors are Lee Brewton,
''i in conservation and na- I Used chairman, Tritt, Julie Wise, entertainment will open the.
Your after which Mrs. Edward

studies mid.week opened had last 48 weekby reg- by 1 1the I Harrison and Gauvereau.BPWMembersGo. program will give Vitale a brief, dental history chairman of the WaterAT

The numbed had risen
1 nts by the weekend with 140 Some things simply] do not The recipe, attributed to "a their husbands were i mended, with the re- \ dental project and recognize Warm Mineral
go out of style. Baltimore Lady" and revivedby and blow them up; otters amount of buttons and former dental chairmen of the
i In use by the members The recipe for how to best Miss Worthington was rediscovered them constantly in hot ; nicely sewed on. Tie club.Mrs
cial cards have been Is. keep a husband happy, pub by Cecily Brownstone others let them freeze, by In the kettle with a strong To State Meet Robert Hardee, chair- Springs
to members and those lished in 1808 in "How to CookA Assoicated Press food arelessness and called Comfort, as the one man of the Junior Section, will
read 10 books or more Husband" by Elizabeth editor long after Miss Worth- Some keep them in a Duty is apt to be weak. Eight delegates] of Venice then present each participating 12 Miles! South of Venice
Strong WorthIngton, Is a good mgton's book had been out of irritating ways and ; sometimes fly out of the Area Business and Professional dentist with a plaque commem- On US 41 .
1 200 recommended by
service to
example] though the style of print. others roast them; some and become burned ] Women's Club attended the orating his years of

jbrary staff, will receive I humor may appear strange to It has reappeared intermit- them In pickle all their crusty on the edges, since state board meeting of the
and certificates at a spe today's bride.Grange. tently in compilation of cook Now it is not to be crabs and oysters, you group In Tampa June 11-14.
books by of women for that any husband will be to cook them alive Attending were Mesdames
groups !
.. Of own
is home
various local worthy causes, managed in this way a clear, strong, steady Maria Polo, Ruth Sovereign, HAPPINESS. a your

but generally In a garbled version wouldn't; onions wouldn't; out of Love, Neatness and Irene Shockey, Hope Pierce,
Eyes Have It >age.heads wouldn't and Set him as near Virginia Ramsey! Dorsey

The accordIng bands won't, but they are as seems to agree with Tischlcr, Mae Wrede and Margaret
original version
Iy delicious when If he sputters and frizzles, Enochs, president of the
to Cecily Brownstone reads treated. t be anxious; some hus ]local club.Meetings.
)pinesSenorPablo like this: "In selecting your do this till] they are quite were held at the
How To Cook Husband I
A you should not be guided Add a little sugar in the Floridian Hotel International] youlll
(1898 version) silvery appearance, as in of what confectioners call Night, with party-goers in costume
By VIVIAN BROWN does not like heavy brows on By A Baltimore] Lady Ing mackerel or by the but no vinegar or pep was held Friday evening -
IP Newsfeatures writerW anyone He trims off straggly "A great many husbands are tint, as if you wanted on any account. A little and formal initiation of e d II"f

YORK (AP) Every- hairs and makes a nice neat spoiled by mismanagement Be sure to select him Improves them but it' district directors took place on
about It if
Some :
i eyes are beautiful So not too thin line. women go as as taste differs And be used with judgment Saturday night Sunday was devoted 1l

1 that head start, why do way, don't go to stick any sharp In- to a coffee and resumeof
mphasize our mouths, eye. Mass Face OES Entertains him, as the best are into him, to see if he the coming year's activities

"It is far better to have the while lest Mrs. Beatrice Freede.
i, asks Pablo Zappiman- the Elizabeth Arden Salon State OfficerAt watching HOME FINANCING'
should Delegates returned! to their
for unless you patiently lie too close to the
visiting makeup man from in Rome where he has been
cook him. A and so become inert homes Sunday afternoon.
it. 7 years. On nights of big affairs Special MeetThe \ preserving
of the finest useless
lien and women talk eyes he makes up the guestson
best, but if you have cannot fail to know fkd I bepJI N ka If.pleaaraa .Ooe. p.-
with Belpk1C
basis ytx
yes Not square face to an assembly line official visit of the Florida ] AttendWoman's r
but an earthenware he Is done. If thus treat- Sixty-Four
id face or triangle face, so appointments 20 minutes apart. Granductress Mrs. Onie will do with care. you will find him di The (finest ttojU.abas*,ax *$.
should be played up," he The balls do not start until May Stephens of Order of very
"Ia I out midnight i Eastern Star, to Venice Chapter "See that the linen in agreeing nicely" with Club Cards loam art said by (ba inlay tanDaw W1 tm *.taw
wrap him, is nicely and the children. }
ie American woman is the I "I have nil my eyelashes] 248 will be celebrated with SIxty-four members and helped to become estabDabed to tttctr WtcnmCsn

educated in matters of clipped in advance, and since a banquet and special meetingon guests attended the social card

Jty, he saysVewspapers I do not uie oily makeup it II. Thursday Four Graduate From College party Wednesday afternoon aYmceNokomis w. help jwrt
magazines and lasts for 12 hours Here's the The banquet. In charge of \ Woman's Club.
vision tell her how to way be makes up clients at the Mrs Hazel Conn, will be at 8 Hostesses were Mesdames

npoo! wave her hair, and salon: I pm at the Cue Club ()OIS.. Walter Geisser, H. Paul Joseph

i give herself a permanent Cleans and tones with skin Tamlami Trail The meeting, And Preparatory SchoolsGraduation and John R. Hogan.
they also] give her old. freshner Uses moisturizer at which Mrs Wade Ballard I Small slams_ were bid and SARASOTA
loned beauty advice when Sr., worthy matron of the local Wolf
Mrs. Walter and
blendingwell ] made by
Applies foundation, be at of students College in Douglas] Ga. this
will area
,* tell her to classify her- around nose Matches chapter, preside Mrs. J. Lynn Wiley, Mrs.
as face round, triangle, foundation to neck color, butdoesn't 8 p.m, at Masonic Temple from University of Nebraska, fall Frank Davies and Miss Jean I_ &
are and so-on" make neck. If neckis Howey-In-The-Hills, Gulf Park Another preparatory department V. Kent, Mrs William Loeffle
what up College, Gulfport] Miss., and graduate Is Miss Allison
no difference Geisser Mrs
foundationon and Mrs Walter ,
yellow uses beige E Chard, daughter of Mr and DCIfIIJ'IMN" -Iutftem: ( :
shape Concen- Penn Hall Chambersburg, Pa.,
of the face. Puts Frank Mulhern and Mrs. .
face. Applies rouge. Drama. Comedy announced last week. Mrs. Thomas B. Chard of V.- I. AIllDlla
e was
on beautifying the eyes too Stringer. A
face but not George
'hasizing your appearance powder over Graduating from the University Casey Key. She completed her Door prizes were won by .SODntstl4.. r e-trNICEIII.
Dampens SchedulesTop
'i beautiful much under eyes. Asolo Nebraska on June high school] work at Penn Hall l g a 1n flag.tic
perfume and an ice cube and Mesdames Ruth Williams, .aar_ agae ,
hands on and
Junior Preparatory
'ics, and "keep your own to remove 13 was Brian W. Woolley WhO Glen] McLeay and Miss JeanV. -- ,
'," he touches face gently U. S. drama and comedyare received his Bachelor] of Arts School In Chambersburg,
says make-
No two square faces are excess powder and "set on the bill for the next degree in a graduating classof PaThis .
", really. Women are told up two Wednesdays at Asolo Theater 1224 summer she Is doing additional ---=- --- -

wear a hairdo for Miss Barbara Carol McDon school work at Pine SEASON!
lucre face page, but boy If she has a Wednesday the award-win aid, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Crest School In "ort Lauder- OUR ONLY BIG SALE THIS

1 neck, it will look terrible Has SocialAt ning "Crossfire" a 1947 release Walter Lester McDonald of dale and will enter Florida
her depicting the tense and Nokomis, received her high Southern College this fall
If she has a triangleweer
lots of rouge they Civic Center dramatic search for the murderer school] diploma at Gulf] Park I Miss Kathryn Marie Mac- THURSDAY
I., will of Mr, and
Jewish ex-G. Kenzle daughter
of a College a private preparatoryschool
her onlyke ,
But that will
is 85 min Mrs. C. H. R. MacKenzIe of / FRIDAY
her look like a circus Mrs. Lydia Keyaer will be In be shown Film time and junior college with ,
!former." refreshments at the an enrollment of 3r)0:; students< 500 Santa Joseph St was graduated e SATURDAY
The charge of Venice : utes.Danny Kaye Is the straightman She was a member of Delta with a class of 57 Howev r
Natural Look together
social Werfel's play, Academy students on May 30. JUNE
social :
ablo favors makeup Wednesday at 7:30: in Franz Alpha Sigma sororityand i
light Grange "Jacobowsky and the Colonel] the Athletic] Assn. She will visit with friends and
concentrates the eyes Civic Center I 25 26 27
on at Venice ,
p.m. "Me and the work relatives In De'roit this summer
"' filmed in 1958 as Miss McDonald] will
> false lashes eye liner and Any new business coming up which will be shown In Venice and and enroll at Manatee
this summer
dow meet-
between the lid and handled In a short
will be Is 109 this fall
time Junior College
Film Georgia
t Frank on July 1. plans to attend South
fold of the eye akin, but Ing presided over by

makeup Is not obvious. Hunter, overseer II minutes. 230: 430.: 7 and9pm
'e doesn't 1 In chang visitors and memo Hours
believe Grange
for both films. YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
liplmes Trying to make bers are welcome __ 3 M ) 1ty
larger will Just pick upI
around the lips. He em- _. IN SHOPPEALSO Auto Insurance e DRESSES tt I

*''es small lips by putting RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE I. NEW LOW RATES k, : ,
'shape dip at the center 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS

" Brigitte Bardofs SHADES cloth' covered, vinyls'
I le certainaunt |
always leaves a 10 j etc. MADE TO ORDER 't'
I ,
of shine at cheekbones \1 burlap, PRICES & Prompt O/2'6k'a SWIM SUITS
1 nose, except for a dab of ; AT Ro.on.bl. Service.a r we

'<>er at the tip of the nose.
]likes pink rouge for older Also hundred of lampshades In i oclc. All SPECIAL GIFT TABLE

Ten applied far out from 1 end aiz. ':tot 116 W. Venice Avenue |

temple down along the shapes w. Mote Lamps Out of' Vattt Bottles etc.ar aIw T.I.phon 48S-228O THE NESTLEWOOD
'*. Powder should only be
II BRASS Ph. 488 5008THE
died' to unwrinkled areas, he LAMP block North of SeenaU4 219 W. Venice Ave
+ Trail /
S, -
1115 .\.. -- -- --
I 1. likes orange-brown rouse SAMSOIA i { a

younger women. And lie






MIRY E. KKOIPA 1. 'j C A N N E D 99

Mr and Mr. Homer Thorpe I i tunes had happened too so this. j
on Fouler Street are entertaining year it wasn't a complete family
their son.In-law and I reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Rich 2 lb.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom ardson were guests of Mrs.
Hoette from St. Louis, Mo Richardson's brother in law can
They arrived Sunday and as and sister, Dr. and Mrs Horn 'M S
always they look forward vii er Reed in Blowing Rock s HAMS .
itlng their parents and enjoy week before returning home. :;
lag going swimming in the We are happy to know Mrs.
s .!!Ilf. They love Florida and Richardson is feeling much
plan to live here in the future. better.
-o- -"-
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Her* Fellows you better get busy
Tla of Neptune Drive had guests if you want to top Homer WHERE .
II to stop for a short visit I Monday Thorpe on Fessler Street In
They were Mr, Handy catching fish He Is king of SHOPPING DELICIOUS MASTER BRAND T Ib. JK.)
Clark daughter Dorothy from the local fisherman On Thursday .
', J Tampa and Mrs. Clark's two morning within five min.utes ISA
Blain and Jeni Cottage Cheese21c39c
grandchildren .
he caught a 10 pound <
far of Fort Myers PLEASURE
Repeater and a 144' pound snook over
I I Mrs Clark 1 is a cousin of Mr at Lemon Bay, Manasota Key A
Harris They were really beauties Swift's Premium TasryBologna
The Rev. and Mrs Byron P. -0--
Richardson returned to their I Mr. and Mrs James A (Chunk) 3 lbs.i 99c
home on Bayihore Drive last Hayes of 1828 Bayshore Drive i
Tuesday evening from a five. were pleasantly surprised Tuea
week visit in Atlanta and North day when they received s telephone ;;fir n Herman's Orange BondWieners
Carolina. Instead of it being II call from their neighbors .
tin "Week That Was" it happened and dearest friends, Mr .
to be "The Week That and Mrs James Foota and Mr (SH- M) 35J; $1.
M ere." They left here the first and Mrs Ted Hodes of Maryland
week in May to visit their son- that they had arrived and
in-law and daughter. Mr. and were staying at the CandleLight ; ?, Quick Frozen, Pan Ready, Head Off Dressed
Mrs: J. W. Burdette, and while Motel in Venice while
there Mrs Burdette, being a here. On Wednesday Mr and ? Red Snapper Ib.39c
nurse, persuaded her mother Mrs Hayes entertained them r .
,, (!Mrs Richardson) to have an with dinner and enjoyed the
I operation) performed on her day going to Manaosta beach, ,' C/4( to I IVi-lb, I.M. ).
nose Mrs. Richardson having went swimming and collected
had her nose broken for the shells. The guests left for Pompano .
fourth time in last January. Beach Thursday where .
Mrs Burdetle attended Mrs. Mr and Mrs Foote have purchased ;: a dairy specials eAX
Richardson while she was in a home and will live.
the hospital and during the I'' Mr. Foote worked for the telephone -
operation Mrs. Richardson being company in Washington ; Kraft's Miracle WhippedMargarine
a nurse herself, understood D. C. as field engineer for 49 Mb.

the operation which made it years before retiring Mr and GREEN . . . ctn. 29'
I better for her to undergo After Mrs. Hayes are happy they STAMPS ,
four days stav in the hospital, have come to Florida to make Kraft's Cheese SpreadVelveeta
:Mrs Richardson convalesced their home It always helps to TASTY n

I at her daughter's home until. have our loved ones and dear SwIFT'S __ r . . . . 8k; 37'
fhe was able to travel. A custom est friends close to us
of the family is to have a -0- PREMIUM
reunion every year in Blowing Mr and Mrs. A. J. Gospeterof
Rock N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Overbrook Road entertained frozen fools
with their son.in.law some friends with a dinner last Corned
I I and daughter left for North Sunday evening:. Those present
Carolina to attend the reunion were Mr and Mrs. A. J. Meals Minute Maid FloridaOrange
,I and some of the guests werearriving Mr. and Mrs Joseph Bobbins to '
when they received and Mr and Mrs Frank BEEF Juice . 3 ?. 89-
word that Mrs Richardson's Noble After dinner they all
I I Soundest brother who lives enjoyed playing cards and talk- VAN CAMPPREPARED Swenion't 3-Coune
near Philadelphia, Pa. was being I'ing of the trip Mr. and Mrs.

hospitalized for a tumor on Robbins had made and just returned IN T-V Dinners . . . R. 69'

the optic nerve. Other misfor- from Ib. 59c TOMATO SAUCE (Chicken, Turkey, or Salisbury Steak).


Popular Wnitehouse

: i I Banging !.f Out BEAN Apple Juice . . . ?*25'

d FfrP Fruit

,. with Pet 300 ''a0,3 19

IACa0n Cocktail . . .. .. .. ... .
f' J. Phone 488 5S4JM' !
Pink Lotion Dish Detergent
: t t Mrs. Lucille' Ballard'a son ware and building, U now plan-
I ; and daughter-in.!law and chi!d. ning to sell their home on e down produce lane a LIMIT 3 Saver 3 ""o $1 1
: t yen Sergeant Ralph L. Hasley Wentworth Street and moved PLEASE Penny . dseKleenex I

r LI..s from Alabama, have taken the into the apartment above the
i house Just vacated by Pauline store. It will be easier for both, Colored or White

,. I I 4 f' j.' ; Alderman on Mango Street as Thelma works in the Rexall Largo Texas Towels I 2 jumbo 59''
I I t : Hasley has been sent to Okl Drug Store only a few stores . . . .. rolls
j nawa, leaving Monday night away from their store and they
: i for that long drive to Cabfor. will have far more time together
I,< 41 tile. alone. CANTALOUPES
I" His wife Johnnie.May I Ir the -...-
daughter of Mrs. Eldred Dixon. '
', The summer's first Informal
l' ,
ii The children are Deborah 7,
,I : Ralph! Jr., 8, and Vickey.Fay, meeting of the Business and
: 2, They will remain here about Professional Women's Club
was held! at the home of Mrs
three months, or until
properquertere Ruth Baily in Overbrook Gardens 3for $1.
<< have been found fort
Thursday evening Dinnerwas
them on OkInawa. I II.
served buffet style on the a
Oi the 15th of this monthHasley '
I. : f' patio followed by the business
will acquire 18 years
I meeting and the initiation of
; service including 147 months
three new members, Dorothy HUNT'SIoUV
overseas duty. He was the first
Flowers, Dawn Ware and Vir-
lad from' Sarasota County to SAYE 30c TANGY
I I.t be I injured in Korea ginia Stein FREE IOOJ"
The annual BPW Follies will DETERGENT REFRESHING
: : The sergeant is the grandson
., 1:1 of the late Joseph C. and Viola he cancelled this year The Green Stamps
I Farris, well known names Scholarship Fund will be rals ..
j ed by other means RINSO Tomato
.:: t in Englewood-o._ Mrs Dagny Peterson was the YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE

program speaker and gave an 9-os. |for
Mrs. David Alston. the mar $1.49m
I'' Tied daughter of Fred and Terry interesting and enlightening rr.Irr WN Ja. wm
I talk about the Englewood Recreation 800 0. ooo BLUE JUICE
.; Ecclrs, was our page girl Center The report of (J( o
; t today Sure am thankful the '
last year s activities its cur
I Eccles family is a I large one

i i '. !I. 1 t out because at one-time they have or another all helped the reorganization rent summer! program plans Just and! eon the 5om pwaA U 50 giant C qt.19cJ"

I ,\ s{{' two girls Janis and Sheila, pleted, five a clear pictureof / Green pkg.
I how the center adds to our
t.tt. both of their parents, and their community life. ale cap' arr./a+..._... !
\ grandma! Mrs Evens, "The Urn I pee ssstaaar PRICES
,: ; Mail Must Go On." -0- SALADA TEA BAGS with parchara ErTECTW
I -0J Friends of Dora Rankin will 100-ct. pk9 $1.04
J Want to thank Lew Spenser, be concerned at her condition.Not rrur' w.., JYM.K "w' rt: / mteeei.e K MON.. TIIEJUNEl3l4* WED.,

'. the sports announcer on Channel good at all To make things iOOOOOOoooooooooooO) 1964
'I 8. He has spoken of the worse, she Just lost a good
't pr good fishing in Englewood several friend through a sudden illness .
1, I I ,, t times in this past week 5O950
; At long last we are being -0-

t i recognized Mrs. Roland Whitton of Michigan J.n.4ftft g .
.,,, .a mps ".
I .1 ;' of Mary Avenue has houseguests .+.a" alsear.a....._...
II Her daughter Mrs. FrederickS.
i 'J : us, due to Sedderman and her four KAISER BROILER FOIL ; Chicken Of n. Sell
I'I ,''i of Commerce children Freddie, Edward, 20-h. roll 45e 3 Fens $1
I us He wanted Anne, and David, from Lexington N.NrN WN JYMa4, 1r1/ rail Chunk Tuna . .
.' .' to him
help 80
Guess grandmotherwill
1, I 0 o O 0
I r" ; Cairo SmoothPeanut
with his lawn We had several, be busy for the next monthor Beauty
: ,' starting names in alphabetly two. .I$$2:- 33I -
order and the first one called Butter . .
I I accepted. Gave him the name 5O11u11fRJ'ElUVU5O q, OVVU FREE 050
I : ,' Mrs M. Miller of Cowles Cairo Beauty Sweet Mixed
and address and ished him
: !
: i!t':i'' d, well Called Mr Thomas to Street took her 10-dav-old ton J7l Green Stamps J" Green Stamps Pickles 1 r39'Venice

:' } i ''I.t.'. tell him we had carried over to visit the A. M Halls I MiapasraJJ.dw.h Maapasradariw.h I ... ........ .. .. .r..
I 1 through row it was uo to him Mrs Bessie Greene was there PILLSBURY INSTANT POTATOES HOT SHOT BUG BOMB
i + ;' Was delighted when Mr. Thorn. too. Evelyn told us It was the
1\\ } in 13 that so 2 4-ei. pkgs 6c 14-oc. bomb 89.
d .. .; .. ri called ui this morning! first time years Center
'14 1 thanking( us. He liked the lad young a baby had been on their 8QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'. '" 80000000000000002008\ ] Shopping
I and had hired him for the rest property There's nothing like .rrrro,
; ; 'r ; J of the season. It's nice to be making new friends!
I I .,' 1 able to help even in a little -0- Store Hours:
i q HI I'. way, and now 'vo people are Robert and his wife June 5om TIIAm50 150ml! :i1 050 4i
\ r f L', happy Long flew from Cleveland,
I I 'I Ohio for the golden wedding J"; Green Stamps i B Fri 8:30.9:00(
J ; NotlcetJ a Lemon Bay Lumber anniversary of their parent. Green Stamps "( .. B MOD : :
k Mr and Mrs Frederick L Vie. Cia aar ed.awdw as I Au arar t'4 awdw.h B
truck In the village this
i t % N R R T
Canned Hams Iq
rnornln. Thev have a branch Long of Church Street. Anflth SNOWY DRY BLEACH "Unox" Imported
; Ji
1 a i t ', t store now in Punta Gorda Mr er son Edward, Is flying in pkg. 49e 2-lb. coo $1.99 eX Sal 8:30: WPAGE 7 7C..01

.I I I' I 1 I I ,t: Byrd has done a splendid Job today from Chicago, Ill.. It will r; w...., JaM U. 11M' raw/ MM.* JIHM M >/M) JT r-r 1
t.L I I ""' I In building up-0l the- company be We Just offer a family our hearten get together congraduations .. 000000000000000000 OOOOOOOooooooooooo

l Mr. C Flllott:\ who recently to both Mr. and
h bought the EnglewOOd Hard. Mrs Long.
a I Ii


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Records I Kids Having Fun At YMCA Camp I

D.st .) Top Over 70 boys and girls co- week transportation for armmembers. -

I l.III'Sl s joyed many activities the part There is a 10% discount I

Compiled b; Naocy Brews, two wetks la the Y.M.C.A. I for more than one cooper I

Day Camp at Camp Hamilton in a family. The prrreg i

Gilbert Youth Research, Inc. Boating, swimming, fishing, l Utratlon fee Is $3.00.GOOD .

hiking, archery, games, crafts,
unique styling of Peter &: Gordon with their very
CLASSIFIED first disk, "A World Without Love," breaks through in only a Myakka trip and a visit to
Ranch juata
four short! weeks to become the number this the Flying
one song week.
I Rentals Female Help Wanted Incidentally Peter & Gordon will be visiting our shores on few of this the first many period activitiesmaking of BUY600DG

RATES Legal June 16, for eight days of TV and personal appearances
a success.
MODEL HOME. 2 WAITRESS. FULL or part The Dixie Cups retain second place with "Chapel of camp
Rate both large bed- time. Apply to Venice Yacht Love" An excellent staff give Individual
Charge rooms
Thursday and< shower Club
after 11 attention to each
end Monday Edition large living worn, am nor TBB' rouNTT ""'roE'S COURT Mary Wells' recording of "My Guy" slides back Into slits rats
Electric | sunporeh C) AND ton SARASOTA COUNTY third base where she was three weeks ago camper and enabled many experiences

51.50 air conditioned kitchen,, electric carport.heat 4, MIDDLE take care AGE of Woman home and live cook in, nor RBi r-UimriA.KSTATB IN orCEORGB PROBATE: Billy J. Kramer &: Dakotas' "Little Children" trade places which will lead to e.t.eee.)

miles south to Crane for two : D. SCUHDEIt P.nmi. this week with the Beatles' "Lov Mi Do" for fourth and fifth character developmentThe IIUUUIIC '
word Rd on adult and aelf. Good Piok.1., m. No. Tan scoring positions first period ended Friday t.
((12 minimum) left. 488-1853. WOTTC
Venice Fla. home, nice TO cRrniTons
Additional Word., each 6c "lary. Call room, time off, and TO ALL CREDITORS AND PKRHOVS New Additions: "Be Anything (But Bt Mine)" could be with a Parents' Night at
DUPLEX at 944 Nokomis I RAVING CLAIM OR MCMANDS the to the "V" at which time each
one put Miss Connie Francis back on the hit
close to wax
Venice Ave., Venice AGAINST
or phone 448 82S(! I
CASH rttei, both Thursday lies 3 minutes to beach. 1 II Ym >r> hmbr mxlfl.4, and rmulrW, scene. group performed a skit and displays ur
I U caw ..r tltlm or fem.nd whtoh, and awards were
The latest
JM pre
bedroom twin outing by the Beach Boys, "I Get Around
beds ,
end Monday Edition $20 week. Misc. .r hen _'n.t toe Ft For Sale
ly ?r.coup1'1 805 Hilel Drive' ('.*>rt. D. .BNddn. -.1, I I.M ef seems certain for a rapid chart rise sented.

S1.40 488-3 602. _H.... JOHN Oiitntr.T.Fferlfe GRAHAM I. ,Ui.,feruou..fflotef Bobby; Vlnton who saw plenty of chart activity, seems Three more periods remain

CHAMPAGNE nylon carpets. Countr Jade hi th4 Ontitr Cent destined to create excitement with his newest "Tell Me and there are still openings in .

word AIRY COMFORTABLE furniahed One 15 :x U round; one 7x8'oval .".....,..It ......... Florfcl. with I. ". Why." every one. The second one begins 1
\112 minlmuny P ii month,
r fmrn
Additional Wnrd..ach Se apartment Near shopping ; one 3x9'. Like new. tint.t.b : tlon of this Ih.Netlre.dace et the Pick Hit of the Week: Brenda Lee who hat made a host today. The third period ......> : !J

centers No pets $$52. Very reasonable, Phone 488- $., iLIn er np lwut MUM .SUe.I.wrltlnr of Important appearances in the past, comes Into view again begins July 8 and the fourthon
3960.) fttid I In d '
Per A..M An.t',. irx I* dee*. Utilities included 488-4006 tk. pee.! ef rwldec.s and) .h.ll not efflw chanting "Alone With Me." July 20.Several .
M, there to edam ef ll e iuI $*lr.. of ih. Cl.lm.nti: .h.ll .bt swan This Last Two Weeks en new activities are

.tM. Mm let,... .._..H%Irjerrtlen....... ,"'......,.,.... e UPSTAIRS apartment. Bedroom UPRIGHT lan /PIANO, $W. Rus- to.... kr the...n Cl.lm.nt be ummiMnled his scent br a or II.71.t.iiwi Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List being planned for the weeks to

A .rrle> ...... ef II _.. den end living area, mink stole $50. Phone fIIln. 'oo. lid enr .nh .. ... come, as well u many of the rOR AUTO LITE t FIRE INSURHIfCl1
..<. far .. ./ a.. OniMIn P.O. 488-4868. not ee filed .hell kslwAd.
J.nJ The
h. ...... .to ,.,11. .....n.... screen porch. Completely fur. .. fee m.r he eddtd to the amount programs of the past two Hugh G. McPherson
nlshed including air condition. nf slam end cl.ln form mar h. ebtalml 1 3 4 "A World Without Love" weeks.
CHICKERINd Studio size Piano fran the ..
tr Private Count. ludlam.
DI-SPLAY Baptist Church entrance Near and bench. Excellent con. HARRIETT. !: K. BCUUDER.e. : Peter & Cordon .. . .. ..II .. 4 The camp fees are $18.00 for 253 S. Ttmiam! Trail
One Edition, per Inch $3.00 Venice. $6S dition, $600. Phone 488-3523 r'f- .f Gres F.wutri..1 O. waddN the Ibtat_* 2 2 3 "Chapel of Love" Dixie Cups 4 a session ((2 weeks), plus $1.00
monthly Phone 474-2445. ter Attu,',... Smith ,......' per week transportation for Ph. 483-6547
Both Edition, par Inch $3.50 4 p.m. end 3 1 2 "My Guy" Mary Wells .. 8
We.t members and for
Miami Awns, II session
VACATIONER'S VNies. "Io"d. 4 5 8 "Little Children"Billy eaten
NOT ICE. Pebllehi J... I. I. n, I', IoM. J. Kramer tt Dakotas S (2 weeks), plus $1.00 per
All clanlfiad. adi
payable In Completely furnished 1, J, 3 Boats For Sale II STATE FARM
advance a.ctpt et'cbliihed room apartments and bath, in- IN TllII CIRCUIT COURT OT| TBS: 5 4 1 "Love M. Do" Beatles .II II' 4 Inmnncl Compeniaa
We're all a
TWELFTH I equal but different
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 4 7 10 "Do You Love Me" ,
eluding utilities Horn OfficMi BlMtniniton,llflneli
accounts and lin"" .. 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom Df ANn
Weekly $10-$15-$20 built boat. FLORIDA.FOR 8ARA80TA IN CHANCERY COUNTY Dave Clark Five .. .. .. . 4 and- different but equal. .
; Monthly 8U ft. beam. 130 ---- -
$30-$55-$83. Call ELSIE M. CAMPBELL" > wldnw.Plelr. T 9 13 "Walk On By" Dionne Warwick 4
HP Chris
CANCELLATION or 488-3447 even Craft engine, day rf. 8 10 17 "P.S. I Love You" Beatles . 4 'VOLFER MOTORS Inc.
togs ,
474-2569. 504 _
and S16 Ar- Cabin ideal for Tarpon N4 1761JUANrrA
fishing. WILLIAM
ADJUSTMENT mada Road. 4 "AVIII .,4 II 6 5 "Love Me With All Your Heart"Ray RAMBLER DODGE t
$800. -
Requests for cancellation .. (TUTU D,. Tel.Walther 4R8-440B 1001 La. and .wmf, N. RAILS. 056.Dfndsst,4 ., Charles Singers . . 5 rl$ S. T.-'-t Trail 488-3965-488-4150 1
or adiuttment because of NOTICE Oil' "UIT 10 8 12 "Viva Las Vel.." Elvis Presley 3 I
Vmlre, | acne... f irnf>li... 171 TO. Wn.UAIl s. NAVES .. SPECIALIST IN .
error must b. made for Wllh .epllo I. h.. ., b.ririln. NITA ... NAVES 70164 W.t d JUA Hud. 11 14 It "Diane" Bachelors II. . .. 3
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE C.II LOU JACOBS, .MISItS Lost eo< Sums. EI..I... Nn> Yerk.on 12 18 "People" Barbara Streisand 2 ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

ere. hereby walfled that a Com. 13 15 14 "Cotton Candy" Al Hirt . . 3 Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
5 pm. on Monday For Monday plaint te foracia..a Agreement for
BEDROOM HOUSE on the SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING Deed. en Lot IT end Boat Basin Lot IT 14 12 11 "Helly Dolly" Front End Alignment Oil Change \

Gondolier BEFORE 5p.m. water. Nicely furnUled. and diamond wedding ringon .CITY. .hewn Ue.lt,la /N.In.....4."&ihdlvl.lo 0" *l the MOBILE, Lotus Armstrong ... . . . If Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beams

on Thursday. NPC. Phone 488-3681, Nokomis Beech off pavilion. plat thereof Meerd..l I. Plat Book M .per a, 15 11 7 "(Just Like) Romeo b Juilet"Reflections Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair

PHONE Reward. Contact The Gondolier pan 17, ef Ih. Publle 5.wd..5 110_ ] .. . . . .. C .
Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard
Ceuntr riorlda
a New Moon
NEWLY DECORATED 1 bedroom Newreaner. i Trailer, ID 101.. ImifWS. he. been filed 18 20 15 "What'd I Say" Elvis Presley 3 S Radio Repairs Transmission Repair
4883125Real furnished ...In.t tmi and that roe are ....,.... 17 "Be Anything (But Be Mine)"
apartment. [. ..". wr of par ...... er plead- Aireonditioning Repairs and InstallationCompare
Large! kitchen, living room. By Found In* to th. Cnnplalnt .n Plaintiff ... Connie Francis . . .. . 1
week month "',...., BOONB:, HAEEN. I8PKORD. U "Tell Me Why" Bobby Vinton 1 --
or year. Phone INC. P, 0. Bo. less V.nlee. florid.. 19 "I Get Around" Beach Boys .. 1
days 4883785, evenings 488- and file the erirmel, ....N er plradlnt
EstateHELP 5994AIR. FOUND Gold watch. Ladies. In the ."/,.. ., the Clerk of tke Clrnlt 20 18 20 "I Don't Want To Be Hurt Anymore"Nat

Call 4883344. Identify. ::r-i- er before the lit eer of Julr Cole .. .. . . . .. .. 3
caw fail w *> J nnent b; !
will ak..e.Is.t '
me move the hundredsof CONDITIONED One bedroom Business Personals the relief demanded I. the CoInI.'... I II
Apartment. For Dene 'nd ordered .
sum. M
fine building and Invest I Ida this. ittk dv of .Irt'101'o
Mar. I Legal
mer or yenrly. Adults. At 251 TYPEWRITERS and Get the best rental deal frofnECUNUCAR
ment lots we have in this area Adding W. A. WYNH:, car
city and suburban. List ;your Nassau Call or nee Larry Redford Machines (mechanically operated Clerk. W the Circuit/ Oert Solder Soytt
Associate! Chips Jnhneon ) Chemically cleaned faraeota Ceuntr.: florin I .
South Venice lota with We
Real Estate. )W W. Venice like new. Just $12.50 plus
are movin' *m. Call Bruce F. parts Drab Clerk.BOOHC. .. REGISTER; FnTloualAM I
Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 488-2279.:! if required. All makes Venice :. RAtFK a lapHORDINO. THe ..<.....1...4 one* h reer eertffv
Thompson at Gulf Realty. Stationer., 211 W. Venice Ave. A.,..."" for Plaintiff. that ee la ....4uellnv e Travel A....,
Phone Day; 488-6738, Nite 488- 4884113 Florida P..... I.Irht BnlMhe, eneineM' at Itt W. v.,. Aeenae, v...
M3B 2 BEDROOM!: HOUSE for rent. P. O. II.. ISM. Vein, Florida.' 1 ire, FlAHHa. sods the "?",.... name W E e5totxy the onl/difference' is the low price
Nicely furnished. Walking PvilUkt June 1. 5. la. n. I"toNOnl" of VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU end
Dressmaking, .... .
alterations draperies mss Mid firm to --) of the fob
distance! to Cwsey Key Beich. ete. reasonable 48S-1130 Inwinr pane wboee name e4 lae 1BRtA Offers MORE Costs LESS
Lots Sale ..
For ef mldenee' I to follow i you you
We par utilities.! Yearly or *! OF INTENTION TO Rlrhard O Sulner.. LU..... ClreKVenire. .

seasonally Ph. 4B8-5127. The HEG18TW.ndmlned FICTITIOUS ee herrhr e.rtlfr NAME I thet Florida.Ownfrehlp t tAU FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%
of Venlee? Travel BureauIt
NOKOMIS ACRES lot 100x190 SHEPARD 'h. V* Mll". l"t ... eu.lr.eM' et ee followi i Richer G. Stelnor, ion I Delivery
110' Leurel A...... 4bS 8RcM Credit cards honored
ft. on canal. Phone 4885833.VRMCI 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, air con .....' tho OetSbu..am..5 vela FlortHe, eer eent.U '
ditioned and furnished. In LUMBER COW AN .le mr Intentlee. U apply te the Safety Seat-Belts
CO. TOY COMPANY end .. 4TVvS1 .
thin firm k Clerk of the Clrmlt Court In .red for By the hour, day
Venice. $90 per month. Writeor .eenceeed. of ,h. follo.to. MrWne .._ SaraeMa Cou.". KlorMe, la rerliter. Uie.aid
KEKIDENrf rate 1003 N. Washington Blvd. end puns ef n.ldnM Gas Oil Insurance week month
VKNICI BUSINK88 BITBSCALL. phone Earl Bond WA8- '8I, tol"1Chw5,1. ereJ.TV..A r ...... nf Venice. 1'.1 Burma en.eer or
LOU JACOBS 4M.IIIT Sarasota A. Co".., th. pueblos of riorlda Butane
Rt. 3. Box M4X. Arcadia Fie, fact Lent As
call sou. V..ke, 'In.Id.. 'IWI1n.r 06u o
and give references.veNirs .p M.d. this Ird d., e5Jam !
LOT) IN BAY POINT. NokomIs. ELLIOTT PAULfor ssa/ "ot Lens Am. I""t."RICHARD a STEINKR.: oWeVenire i Drive our New

Mile from beach. Block west ll O..hl'.. folk.ni' ..f rw.n, Tap Compare. Travel Bureau.Puhlhkt automatic shift 9 9 ,
Ch.rl A. &m. M
; it Una. UNrvRNisiirv8nh June d. 11. n. tl. IM4.
ef U. S. 41. Value $1,250. Make .. ROOT TRUSSES -.. cent| Denne A. Cewen, 10.... sot \I ,
rl ll Pelee. I II'" I our In'.tI.n .. 2-door VALIANTS. $3
offer. Ph. 4886629. L1' .1. te the
JtST CALU. LOU Alum. Windows & Doon. o of th. Clm.lt Court le end for p'f ."Yid"4L
ln''I'h"1 SereeMe Ceonlr. FlerUe, te _,. th. ---. aawaa4n.e. iur.wn ---- Also other fine M Jai Yes
ELK INLET Seawalled private Contract Roofing & Painting eld c..1 ('...... Top Conp.nT nn. CHRYSLER PRODUCTSat

boat basins E. L. Kilton, TRAILVIEW APT Phone 488-7132 Venice tea dH M.WJtmm the. prartaMne of rierid. lutute LAKE VIEW GOLD MEDAUON pre .-. ,.. ...

Bivshor Drive. Nokomis. ;year. Completely furnished. car II..... this 5,4 d.. of slightly higher rates.: .
Automotic heat and air conditioned June. I"t.rRARLEIL MODEL HOMEIN
1000 Sq. ft. On E. or. DONNA A. COWAN.
Houses For Sale Tampa St., close to stores. der. Overnight service. Office d/Ve Oewen Tnr cam_. BEAUTIFUL VENICE GARDENS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
personal pocket or stock. Publbhl June .. 11. 77. tl, ,,,..
Tel. 488-1321. I Desires family to really enjoy
RENT A CAR DIAL 488.1096
SALE BY OWNER. Well-kept 488.1432. ,

home. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. PARTLY FURNISHED. 2 bed. EZ TERMS NO CLOSING COSTS
Lovely landscaping Walking cottage $65 month MORE! PEOPLE UtE GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVenice
distance to beach, postoffice, plus utilities. Phone 488.4927 or Student Ads Air Conditioned ElectrIc Heat Pump

tores. 505 Granada Ave., VenIce 488-C474. Two Large Bedrooms Two Tiled B* ht Shopping Center
TO AND 31' I II' Screened Lanai 31' s 14' Carport
girl wishes
woman's shoe' skates. READING THE
and Iota 2 bed carport screened porch, Until Ii IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
5 on corner,
Wooden wheels size '
rooms, 1 bath Florida room, Nov 25th. Dell Goodhart condition $12. Venice, 8V4.486-1629.Good Il J Harry L. Keel builder ph. 488.6653 I eddelae wekY h..M-8's oar r.dA spar ........ :i"

Furnished. $11.200 cash $2800. Padua Court. Rt. 2, Nokoml VENICE GONDOLIER r

Mortgage can be arranged.
4884627. HATE: Washing Windows Let I
Mobile Homes Tom do 'em. (Plus those other DISTINCTIVE

ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroom 2 odd jobs) Tom Landgraf ee.a

bath. Reasonable. Ea. y '8X26 FT. SACRIFICE. $423. Phone: 488-2659 After 5:00: Real I Estate Corner

terms. P. O. Box 98, Venice, or N. W. corner Palm 'n' Pines p.m. DREDGINGEverything iifti: a I
Phone 4886474. Trailer Court except weekend
WANTED: Lawna to mow by ;
I Mr. Prl .,T B+n.is reliable college student. Rea. ,
!i.i.rbw 4M.IUT Wanted CITY OF VENICE
C JACOBS sonable. References Dial 488- need Bite
I Do a Bldg. on
4071. INTERESTED? you 3.bedrooms, baths, Floridd!
FINE HOME in choice location I R.R.7 I 00 1200 ''n City. with fr.,

of Venice Gardens. 2 YOUNG MEN fulfill your military I In Dredging 3 Bedroom, 2 baths Screened Se.herd Ave.. Oft R.lt room, living room with, powder
I WILL TAKE CARE of place, patio
!large bedrooms H4 baths. Al- obligation with only six your Porch, attached carport Oil
most precious &" CALL room, utility room, central
so a den that could be used months active duty. Returnfor "lon.1 heat
.n extra bedroom. Large utility service with ;your local Ma. Reliable, experienced heat, 2-ear garage, city wa.

room, screened porch carport tine Reserve unit. Call 836.1911, ter. Janice Jessup, 4885698. CHANNELS 105 End UNFURNISHED Aurora KERMIT L. ter end IAwer. Wen for

etc. Corner lot. Only Tampa for details. I 17500.00 MICKLETHWAIT sprinkling. All this for

$12,508.380 HUlvlew) Rd., Phone JOB WANTED Cal James H'N. WIMMERS $28,500.00,

488-2894. Llnderman at 488-4609. Full I REALTOR Martin S. Stancik
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I Tarpon Tourneys Started Here Babes-Bodagers RALLY FOR 13.5 VICTORY -

Venice Lions Defeat MerchantsTo
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jon's mouth II as hard. rock. nt.L ,. ..
He crushes his food, in this NIGH1 SoftballB
case a rock fish, with this bony

structure and consequently Plumbing and Jr. Division
Capture Title
there ia very little space where Bodager's Painting were win-
the hook can be set successfully ners Thursday night in a softball .
It la very rarely a tarpon doubleheader at the high .
wallows the bait, therefore it school athletic field. Babe Venice Lions won the Gulf out. loading the base for Young down on strikes and Karl got
la not easy to hook a tarponor downed Rawles' Live Ones, Little League junior division In the third inning the win. who sent the Knott brothers a like number against RotarV.
to hold him once he I is hook- 12-6. in a slow pitch tilt and championship Friday by defeating nrrs< added three more runs on home with a single Burrls fol. FP&L went ahead 2-0 In the
I .d. Bodager's defeated First Federal Osprey Merchants, 13- three hits and a pair of Merchant lowed with another one-bagger. fourth as they garnered their
Hook Rim, Hang On 115, in a fast pitch game S, in an afternoon tilt as Os. errors to go out in front scoring Fowler. Shaver' single game totaling four hits in the
About the only advice anyone In the opener, Rawles tooka prey, by a0 count drove Young and Burrls across one inning. Rotary scored ,
could give was to hook him 2-0 lead in the first inning With one remaining Patented Rally the plate for the fifth run of pair in the fifth and sixth In.
and then hang on and try to The Merchants staged one of the nlnizs to pick the
but fell behind 3-2 after two the Lions are V-1 in the second inning/ up win
hold him If he gets one Inch complete innings Babes went half while the Merchants and their patented rallies In the After ,second baseman Wesley Top hitter In the game wit
of alack line, he ia oft! and ahead to stay In the third bya Osprey Recreation are two fourth and when the dust had Turner popped out to second Rotary second baseman. Allen
nothing can stop him. Its very 9-4 count, and added five games back at 7-3 settled they were out In front, base first bnseman Tom Bates, who doubled and sine '
tiring to play a tarpon for an I 4 4t insurance runs in the fifth and :5-4. Three hits and three Lion my Pitcock walked and Gent in three time at bat. His team
hour or more but there' a two more in the sixth Rawles In other here Friday games. all errors produced the big run tier forced Shaver at third for mat. Gerald Perlick also rap!
played at
certain thrill to it that stIrs a picked uo single tallies in the the municipalField count for the Merchants the second out Barry Knott ped a two-bagger as did Kilo.
sportsman blood sixth and seventh innings. Osprey Recreation edged Both teams failed to score was safe on a fielder choice! watt first baseman Paul TaV
But as Frank Whitman sec Top hitters were Culley with Venice Elks, 8-8; Venice Rotary in the fifth, but in the top of which scored Pitcock David lot. '

rotary of the DeLand Chamberof a home run and single, for downed Florida .Power & the sixth the Lions sent 13 men K/nolt then plated Tentzler and Twljg The Winner
Commerce, wrote in the De. I Babes Diemetrinn with a single Light, 4-2; and Venice Nokomis to the plate Lester Gentzlerled brother Barry with a singlefor Tod Twlgg was th.
Land News: "What greater t and triple and B. Williams Bank won over Nokomis Lions, off and worked Merchant the elchth/:: and ninth runs Pitcher In the Ve-No Bank winning
thrill can any fisherman ask I with two singles 84A pitcher George Yahraus for a of the frame David ended the decision over Nokomis Lions; M
than that mighty fish on one For Rawles Kennan homer big nine-run sixth Inning walk Pitcher Barrv Knott followed rally when he was thrown out Tim Helser started for
end of the line and me on the 6 re ed and Danny Kiehl garnered oroduced the victory for VenIce with a single to right it home on a fielder choice Lions. but had to be relieve the
other." two singles The only other ex Lions over the scrappy i( sending Gentzler 'o third. Left hit by Fowler. by Wayne'Ziegler in the
A Tampa Times writer in I tra-base hit by a Rawles play. Merchant nine The Lions went fielder David Knott was safe because of the ii""wln"
Strikeout Mark ,.
discussing the Venice National er was a double by Richard ahead 1-0 in the first Inning on on an error by the merchants week pitching rule.
Tournament felt very much fiA4aa4 3ange. consecutive singles by Mike I' CO" d baseman, Gentzler Barry Knott struck out 15 to worked one Inning had
the same about the thrill of I r '. e !S-Rnn Inning Young, Larry Burrls and John. I scoring the tieing run on the set a season's record in that against Venice Lions. Monday
tarpon fishing He wrote -- Nine big runs by Bodagers ny Shaver after David Knott i m'scue' department in picking up his Rose started for Ve.No
"There's plenty of kick In the NEW LEADER In the International Tarpon Tournament, In the opening frame was all and Eugene Fowler grounded I Fowler bunted for a bane hit seventh win. H. gave up four and was relieved Bank
smashing strike of a tiger sponsored by Sarasota County Angler Club, is Roy Bucke- they needed to knock off First hits and walked only one He the fifth. The pair'rsckA MS
rnuskie. or whipping your fly lew of Nokomis, shown here with Mrs. Buckelew admiring Federal The winners couldnanage Wilds whiffed the side in the first, 15 strikeouts. Rose. was touch.!!
'Lost' Of
Off Animals
down a purling brook> where a the 1564: .Ib. silver king he caught Friday night in Boca only two hits in the Hands second, third and sixth Innings/ i ed for only four hits an
pretty rainbow trout connects I Grande Pass Buckelew landed this fine fighting specimen inning but used five walks. 12 Don't touch a wilderness bird Is captured, it will eventually .' Shaver Burris and Young I singles.
like a pile driver but until after a 30-mmute battle. ClasSed balls cM four First baby die In capitivity or have i rarnered three hits apiece and Five of the six Ve.N.. Bank
you've had a mighty SIlverI Federal errors to register the That's the word from the to be released I Cagerearedanimals Fowler. had a pair in the ions' hits came off Helser and one
King/( on the bUlineu'end of go and contributor of sports was the most spectacular tallies. Game and Fresh Water Fish have difficulty adaptIng 18 hit attack Burns had two off Zeigler, who took the moan.
an thread line with nothIng articles and stories to leading catch of the tourney" Bodnera rot only four hits Commission to people finding themselves to wilderness doubles and Young one. Every Mark Koenlg Bank center
under but a 14-foot outdoor magazines Incidently white Ote< Koohns held First player In the lineup got at least fielder
you The Sarasota Times story young wild animals and birds freedom I had a hot night with a
skiff, you haven't experiencedthe he captured third prize in the then went on to say: "Second Federal to a pair of safeties which appear to be lost. one! safety homer and two doubles in three
I greatest thrill in the en tournament with a lo5.pound prize was won by Dan Ryan, both coming in the first inning Each year, during the spring For the Merchants. David times at bat. Twigg singled
tire catalogue of angling catch. also of Sarasota His Silver when the losers scored and early summer months, OPPORTUNITY IN PIGSIf Sittler collected a double IIIIdsiMle twice in three times at bat
ports" I Since two Sarasotans won King weighed 111 pounds and Four times. well.meaning humans are forever you are looking for an opportunity in three times at bat Rose got the other Sank safety
But to get back to the tournament the top prizes we will let the was caught after a battle last Koohns singled twice and finding and capturing lost In the livestock business Yahraus, the losing hurler, Erick Shaw Reginald Shaw.
itself: Although it meant I Sarasota Times of July 4, 1926 ing over an hour during which Sourbeer tripled for Bodagers fawn deer cub bear, young Dr T J. Cunha, head of fanned seven and walked three Helser and Mike Shrode got
working 18 to 20 hours a day tell the story: the outcome was In doubt more Lou Kelly got the other hits squirrels, baby alligators and the Animal Science Department The Elks and Osprey Rec the< Nokomis Lions hits.
for Rice, the chairman, everything "With the return late Friday than once. For his achieve. bunt single In the second Tom newly hatched birds Such people for the University of Flor both got eight hits In their Tonight scheduled has been
was in readiness in less night of the group of skiffs ment he will receive a prizeof Rohmann doubled and Tom not only do harm to the ida's Agricultural Experiment game with a four.run fifth Inning changed< with two night games
than one month and the First that fished the last tide of the a split bamboo rod, equipped Retier! singled for the only animal or bird, but they also Stations. says that there Is by the Rec being the difference In effect rather than an after
National Tarpon Tournament Venice National Tournament, I with a Marhoff reel, with First Federnl safeties violate the law plenty of room in the swine Industry The score was tied at noon and evening game Ve.
opened on June 21, 1928 with came the end of one of the line, and a tackle box fitted I Babes and Venice Shopping Actually, young animals and 4-4 going Into the bottom of No Bank and Venice Lions will
lightly more than 200 entries. finest' periods of competitive with all kinds of equipment Center open tomorrow night birds are seldom lost, Usually Florida Is producing only the fifth. A stncrle, base on meet at 8 p.m. and the Elks
100 Tarpon Caught port that this section has ever dear to a fisherman heart action at 7 p.m. The nightcapwill they have been left in a hidden about 20 per cent of the pork it balls fielder's choice and a tangle with the Kilowatts: at Ip
About 100 Silver Kings were known. His guide will\ receive $15" I pit First< Federal against pot while the parent searches i consumes. Each year some 15; double provided for the run .m. The doubleheader will\
brought in and registered during Despite the fact that nationally As previously mentioned the Englewood Bait House for food. Human odors left 000 feeder pigs are Imported. making end the regular season

the tournament which ended known sportsmen from Chicago sportsman, Newell, I about the young animal or nest There is no reason why these A last-ditch rally by the Elks
July 2 after 12 days of exciting all parts of the country participated won a prize with a 105: .pound Students Named may prevent the parents from feeder pigs can't be producedIn nroduced two runs to narrowIt
competition. Many more it is matter of to the final 8 8 count for an
a tarpon. The Sarasota Times returning The young may then Florida, Dr Cunha emphasizes -
were brought to gaff. but because local pride that both first and story continued: "David M. To Dean's List tarve Greg WInesette, Chuck Frady enjoyableday GOLF
they did not fall within second prizes were won by Newell will be awarded a Healthy wild animals and and William Domka had II pairof

the winning zone were not Sarasotans. Pfleuger. Templar reel for his Venice, Nokomis and Osprey birds are never captured with A clergyman who bought hits apiece for the Elks as of _
brought into shore. "To Russell Thompson, popular effort.. He will remain, how students were named to the ease. Slow.moving animals and Shakespeare house In Stratford did Bobby Sanders, Gordon
Many of the guides however Sarasota sportsman goes ever, at Venice for some time dean's list at Florida State birds are often injured or dis -upon-Avon in the 18th Tison and Billy Young for the TRY
encouraged contestants the honor of "winning the first \ University and Lenoir Rhvn ssed. A special danger lies century became so angry at Recreation team Sanders and SARASOTAGOLF
before releasing underweightfish prize, a double tipped rod several College at Hickory, N C. this In touching or capturing such sight-seers peering over the Tison each doubled and Fred CLUB
to painlessly relieve themof with a Pfleuger Templar reel pon fishing for national outdoor month low.moving animals since fence that he hacked do"1a Brown hit a two-bagger for the
one scale on which the fish equipped with thread line. magazines, to be illustrated by Peter Ripley of Nokomis a they may carry disease-such mulberry tree said to have Elks. DAILY GREEN CO A/1
erman inscribed the date and His. guide, Cliff Greenwood his own pen and ink sketches..' senior at Lenoir Rhyne, was as rabies or other infection been planted by the poet The The Rotary.FPfcL contest FEES ,. ,, ,. aYY
approximate size of the tarpon. will be awarded a cash prizeof This first National Tarpon one of the 50( seniors on the which may be transferred to parson was run out of town turned into a pitcher duel between Just Off Bee Rid<}. Rd
These made prized souvenirs I S2S: Tournament list whose minimum average the human. I after he demolished the house Mike Laps and Richard South of Saretota
Among those present were Thompson fish tipped the was so spectacular grades were 92 for the semester If a young wild animal or itself Karl Laps set nine Kilowatts

Grantland Rice, the noted beam at 118 pounds and was the that newspapers all over ... .. ._ _. -
country clamored for -
ports writer, who took man caught the first day of the Named on the Trimester 2dean's
movies for his Sportlight tournament. He certainly earn stories on it And GrantlandRice' list at Florida State

Column: and David M. Newell, I' ed first place for in his desireto Sportlight pictures got were: Lois M. Butler, Nancy
prominent sportsman of Chica land the he on most of the screens of the
tarpon jumped I Lee Jones. Norman H. Magee
overboard in deep water to Jr and John A. McClelland
save the fish from a huge In one short year the Venice all of Nokomis, Evelyn M. DOWNTOWN
shark and towed the Silver Tarpon Tournament had beCome Jone of Osprey and Robert S.
t King to the Venice Beach. This an Institution! Yerkes of Venice

rail Venice Shopping Center, VENICE

I Kiwanis Win In Sr. t.

PERFORMANCE FOR TOTAL Loop First & Finest Shopping Area

Barry Young pitched and at bat. Young singled twice in three.

t batted Venice Shopping Centerto three official trips to the plate Shortstop Richard
LIVELY a 6.0 victory over First National I Steve Deans, losing pitcher, paced the Kiwanis attack witha dDAZZLING SPARKLING
; Bank in the opener of a doubled and singled for one- double and single in four

FORD twi-night doubleheader Thurs- half the First National Bank times at bat Right.fielder VALUES! s'
day at the municipal diamond. I hit total. Mike Graff doubled Steve Brown garnered a pairof iiQ
The second game went to and Carney singled for the oth. singles. The Kiwanis hits-
Kiwanis; who downed -
Sarasota er two safeties
TTI all singles were by third-
Federal by a 7-2 score .......... .
Kiwanis came up with five baseman Steve Dalton, first w __.___ .L. "' ---

USED four Young hits held and First was National in trouble to runs added in singletons the first in inning the second and baseman Blizzard Tolly Bowie and DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP

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