Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00210
 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 25, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00210
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving th. Fastest Growing Area on Florld.'s West Coast Osprey, Laurel Nokomis. Veni,., South Venire, Venice Gardens, Venlc. East, En91ewooCf, North. Port Ch.rlon.
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I Area Takes Dim ViewPublic I Highest !In YearsThe r rlast

mercury b' to a record 98 in Venice
officials past and some, surprise by others, None ty would gain anything in the legislature will have to make 1
present in the Venice area, expressed themselves in accord overall picture another stab at it Saturday, June 20.
generally took a dim view of I with the high court's action I All agreed the reapportion- What They Say Weatherman E. Raymond Watson reported this '

the; U.this S. Supreme week ordering Court's decision ment plan ordered by a three- Here is a cross section of was the highest temperature registered since he started

reop- ; Some said they thought Sara judge federal tribunal, and comment:
portionment of state lesislaures : I keeping tabs on the weather locally in 1956.
: on the basis of population sota County would gain representation which was to be voted upon Judge M A. Braswell, city
at Tallahassee Others In the November election, now attorneys Essentially it seemsto The previous high was 96 degrees on June 29, 1957. !

I Chagrin was expressed by said they doubted the coun- Is a dead issue and that the of the me Supreme to be another Court instance rewrit- This June has been not only the hottest but one

ing the Constitution without of the driest. So far this month only .84 of an inch has

1 ne letting ple amend Congress it In an and orderly the peo-way fallen, of which .43 of an inch came on Tuesday of this .

as provided by the Constitution week. Venice had 7.66 inches in June last year. I

"The court began some
years ago to undertake to rewrite

/. the Constitution out of
I... :: the whole cloth according to ouniI Adopts

"y ," Y.: tw :; jr. Its own philosophy and predictions I
; .

-- ..... -- 'It seems to me that the
states can not have their leg.

Furthermore, one or more Record Budaet
of the original 13 states used : u
Diane Lenhart - --
the same principle even before
I" adoption of the federal : !
Constitution The federal government City Council adopted a record and holds t required public
itself followed the $449,706 budget for the hearing on It.

Contest Entrant plan of South Carolina, one ol 1964-65 fiscal year, beginningJuly Proposed expenditures during -
the 13 states 1, at its regular bimonthly the upcoming year include
"The cummulative effect of session Tuesday night. $164,613 for public works, $22-
all of this, I think, is that too The new budget is based on 676 for general government
fewest entry in the Miss 'and the Venice High chapter; many people are waking up anticipated receipts of $247.531 $98,168 for public safety, $31-
nice contest and the sixth of the National Honor Society; Loo late to what is happeningto from ad valorem (real estate) 930 for parks and recreation,
ego up ai a contender for during her senior year in the country" taxes, $150,300 from special $102,000 for general expenditures
July 4 beauty queen titlea school. Former State Rep George taxes (cigarettes and road and $25,500 for new projectsand
pert hazel-eyed blondeh She was a member of the E. loungberg: "The decision bridge taxes, occupational licenses $6,819 for contingencies
a winning smile VHS cheerleaders, editor of was inevitable because of the land clearing and paving Public works includes engineering
The is 17-year-old Diane The Tomahawk (school news lack of proper apportionment liens), and $51,875 from and planning, garbage
role Lenhart, daughter of paper), and secretary of the I[ am not too sure the decisionIs other sources. collection, trash collection, 4
ind Mrs. Jack C. Lenhart, Keyettes. Her chief hobbies going to make the situation Although council has not yet city hall maintenance, street
Comwell Road are swimming and golf. much better because it seems set the millage rate, Mayor department and street cleaning
--Gulf cornwell-on'l Diane is 5-foot.54, weight --- -' the pendlum has swung entirely Smyth D Brohard has recommended street lighting and traffic

Diane plans to 125 pounds and has a 37.24-37 RACING VETERAN at five yearsof sota Pony Trotting Club and has moved up larger the population other way.centers Now will the holding the line on signals and the uilding department

"sity of South figure is Miss Terry Roberts, grant"' ,ughter from Class C to Class B, having won all be in control and representation taxes at 18'4 mills where it has .
mpa hi the fall where she of age Mr and Mrs. Elihu Roberts and daughter ribbons in her Class C group. Her pony, co- wli not be evenly distributed stood for the past several General government expenditures
J l major in the field of spe- of Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts of Sarasota owned with younger: sister Linda Ann is as it should be years. Of that amount, 15H are the city clerk office
II 1 education She will preit Golden Beach Terry is the youngest: member of the Sara Silver Pepper "We ought to have at least mills probably will go into the municipal court, city elections .
a poetry reading in the sort of arrangement in general fund and one mill into and the city attorney.
nit portion of the contest. the sinkng fund. Public safety of course, is the
house of the state
heady the holder of sever- Gets EasementThe And 'Silver Pepper'Go legislature upper similar to that in The millage will not be set police and fire departments
titles the popular 1964 Ven.I Terry redis- until council receives and Anticipated revenue from
Aero Corp, of which 0., I the U. S, Senate with
High School graduate was 7) equalizes the assessment roll (Continued on Pate 2SUMMER )
has (Continued on page
cried as DeMolay Sweet- L. Mahon is president,
deeded to Golden Beach Asso I
art and Homecoming Queen
ring her senior year. She al. elates a 60.foot wide easementto v' was a member of this the Gulf of Mexico, W. C. For Blue Ribbonsmember

1f'S Prom Court and was Cadwallader, Golden Beach f
president, announced today
wn as a representative[ to
The easement had been under of the Sarasota Pony Linda Ann. They are th,
li'1 State at Tallahasseet Five-year-old Terry Roberts, d s
lease by Golden Beach Associates Club daughers of Mr and Mrs,
; year I of Mr. and Mrs. Trotting
granddaughter '
Diane' was the winner of a since the subdivision Elihu Roberts, is the youngestGDC Winner of all the ribbons In' George Roberts of Sarasota P, V riimJ
(0 I state teaching scholarship was established. The eaSt'mt'ntstarts her class, Terry and her pony ,
d 1 served as president of the at Golden Beach Boulevard Silver Pepper are now m the
lire Teachers of America opposite the Intersectionof next group, Class B. Terry's Hello Nokomis: ful
Opening ,
the boulevard and Spadaro best time on the *,< mile Sara s
Drive. sota Downs track at Sarasota Where's Venice? 't' '
last Call County Fair Grounds Is 1 minute + ?

Schedule Is Set New NPC AreaNORTH 13 seconds A letter from Tampa radio
To Boaters Some of the harness races station \\LCY, addressed to

For SS HereA are two laps, others, the quarter "The Mayor and Council. I '
Sarasnta Tax Col- Hall NOKOMIS, Fla.," T
Count of the Social CHARLOTTE mile. City : r'mss : l
representative PORT
fetor MM! Charlie Hager"n District Office in Corp. Silver Pepper Is co-owned by brought chagrined grins to 7,
cautioned pleasure boat Security -General Development Terry and her younger sister, the faces of City Council
Sarasota will be at the Venice has started clearing and grading
owners today their l3-64 members Tuesday night.
Hall each Wednesday during east of the large
'sat registration must be City the area Council President E. S.
and September North Port Charlotte
July August
renewed by next Tuesday toScold waterway (Bill) Raymond suggested
penalty. from 9am. until noon to to provide all waterfront. Nokomis School having the city clerk answer
Owners who have taken answer questions and assist property in that section. Fingers the letter, "but send it to
those rearing or have reach will be cut into the main
their boats out of the water Library Open Orlando
sill not be subject to the ed retirement age, in filing waterway giving property waters owners Mayor Smyth D. Brohard

Penalty' as Ion* as they are applications access to the River open, Charlotte Nokomis School Library will thought perhaps the letter
of the Myakka deliveredto
Gal of use Miss Haterman during the summer on should have been
WEATIIER and the Gulf of be open
said But they hit Harbor and Fridays, beginning George Devlin, "unof ..... .. ,, .. .
as soon as High Low Rain Mondays Nokomis. I/IL'/ : ......-. -- ------- ----" --- -
the water again they mu.thive 92 74 Jexlco tomorrow, from 11 ::13 a.m. ficial" mayor of (Gondolier photo br Daryl Utttot)
the registration June 1'7 The bridge over the Canalon 1:13 Principal Elinor Station officials are seek
new to
June 18 93 72 Boulevard : p ing an audience with the of visitors Mrs. Brock Stevenson; sitting on the
said som* 5000 notIces 93 74 North Pan American Eklund announced yesterday. group and Beth
were mailed out to June 20 19 98 75 is nearing completion and Librarian Mrs. Helen Gregory City Council for a discussion j from Nashville, Tenn., are shown at the Venice grass are Margaret Stevenson their vacationat I.
June establish- are spending
the Stevenson They
boaters and that thus far hand to assist! on Beach Pavilion yesterday before taking a
71 will be on
92 In
21 to the new enlarged winter home
June television' Stevenson
will give access ment of a "community Brock the Alex B.
left to right:
Gulf They are
nly 1,600 have been return.ed. 22 93 70 Nokomis School children with dip In the
June here.
June 23 92 70 .43 sewage treatment plant selections operation Stevenson III, Lynn Stevenson. Pudge Hall Venice.

Fair warning, skippers. Rain for Month .. ... .84 soon to be in operation. their

r dog Time Anglers Hauled 'Em In During '27 Event. XnitBy !. I

$100 for first second end thirdlargest live iree cui comesiamscould
and Journalism of Peking UnIversity Indicated they would have their tournament, tarpon, and $100 for I use their own rods
anglers In Prizes
fesslonal men $2,500
tournament hotel accommodations China, C. W. cameramen on the job during lines if the prescribed
W. EARL AUMANN men it was neces- Peking, Instead of merchandise first prize and $50 each for
(Last of two Installments) were rather limited, by newspaper to reach. C M. McLen- Mills, of Sodus, N V; Earnest the tournament. These included cash awards amountingto second and third prizes in the Guide fees were to
The sport 1927 all four of Venice's new sary of the Johnson of Daytona Southern Fox News, Pathe News Con amateur class. $6 per tide
the obtained
of and publisher
plaudits editor 500 were
to be in non, Review International $2,
expected Pathe Guides Most
John win
were Champion
orld over a Job well done had hotels Venice News, was given this States Caating Rice testants in the Second Tournament Guides accompanying
Venice Grantland
The new of Miller News Reel, Since were so
Venice operation R. Miller, president into ners in both classes were to
a'dly subsided for the task.Shortly were to be divided
Club clubhouse was al- great Ala. and Sportllght and field and and (for ant to the success of
of Brewton $20
upon Club when R Gordon Tarpon after the Invitationswere Mill Co ; two classes: Professional or experienced be awarded $50, $30
ice began laying plans for a so expected to be finished mailed, letters began arriving Frederick S Dorcmus general Stream. fisherman who were first second and third in each tournament, Capt Luke
kind in FlorIda badges designed 4)F
New were
finest of its of Guardian Life Gates was igah
atlonal Tarpon Tournament the from all over the country manager In to use not more thana class
: expected to be York : to distinguished contestants required in both ed to enlist enough r
T1927, Venice indicating the recipients Insurance of New City. of nine-ounce tipped rod and Winner of first prize : : j
to take care of a rec Record Set the toruney. These consisted also have their guides I to care for the
ready for New classes were to
Although nleht tournament Intention of being present attached 18 thread line, and amateur or
and A far
crowd no to crowds expected.
witch- ord-breaking Tournament. Among It might be Interesting orange who could winning catch mounted a
king taboo the Second fishermen
1 was June'a how law: by June 1927. the ones note here that Mills hung upa to a large tarpon scaleson first-year rod and 27- silver plate engraved with their' known 74-year-old A, M.
*I "first full moon in the most prominent the use a 12-ounce
SentIt which is the
was Venice By Way
Invitations and Theodore new record in the tourna Otherwise the name date and weight of the go ,
selected as the opening would were Archie to thread line
decided that it with 16 tarpon caught in fisherman's name. Needless one of the guides still t
was ment
["se> of ha Second National Roosevelt Jr; Irvin S. Cobb; rules were not changed. tarpon
,arpon Tournament and June take 7,500 beautifully printed Harold McCracken editor of five mornings of fishing He say these unique badges taken were Prizes In the professional The entry fee was to remainat In Venice. Cant Gates,
the 1927 tourna- carefully guarded and (Continued on page
to fisherman tackle
Invitations was quite a andADDITIONAL $5 with boats
' to 25 were named as the reach all the celebrities Field and Stream; Vernon Six newsreel companies also home as mementos of the class were to be $250 $150
'" sal ment head of the School of
dates. Nash
Whereas during the first sportsmen writers pro- Homes I I SUMMER SELLDOWN at MANY specials .t your ,Lig
I STORTWIDE Sale starts today KWIK CHEK featuring Sup- Chevrolet, U. S. 41 & \ gett Stores, Venice Shopping
TRUCKLOAD' TTRE s a u SEE THE EXCITING new. PUBLIX Center in has the Swift's Venice Seminole Shopping -- I at Cotton Fair, 234 S.Taml.am1 I erbrand Margarine regular, 2 weekend Ibs for I will open Sunday at Venice I Duncan Englewood Rd. Center & W, Venice Av4 *.
Development Corphomes I I 25o during East
L'x'""Rialto on at W Shopping T. Grant Center.Co. in \General In Port Charlotte .Bacon at 39c lb. this weekend I Trail, sal... J

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Chicago Joins New U.CollegeA Prof. othci COUNCIL(Continued, touru.s from" include ADOPTS Page$3.000 1) l 1o&i ADMISSIONS! : first Miss Venice Contest Was A Gala Eventl- ... '

University of Chicago In building permit fees $30- I"it. 1; Hoard A Mm). Nolcnm.
graduate and professor has: 000 from the Florida Power aLight Jam,.. Hhannon, Vela: (,inns, ,Tbnr... Venice then the newest cityin By Popular Vote of the Deauty "One of the outstanding few entire program, assisted by Miss Venice attired in a typlc,1
rhrlelinan Van.la
tun Nokomli Kirn l
been named Professor of Co. franchise $2.800 Iharlee ......h. Flerlila : Emma: Florida, was not quite one Judges." lures' of the day was the cafe Robert Boggess and Robert R. bathing costume of lab
Chemistry at New College. 1 It from fine and forfeitures $4.- e.lbbe. Entlewoodi: .' Tivhri Ulrleh, Vela old whl1the first The NEWS account of the and sane manner in which the Pyle. 1920s. The wit left TJ
was announced bv Dr. John miscellaneous year gala Itself, 'The celebration, sponsored deal to the imagn.tionYrr! :; .
400 from source Juno llli, Carle AtaenoVr. Nikimile" : Fourth of July celebration was event follows: large crowd handled ,
W Guatad, Provost and Deanof and the remainder from Inte c..o.. Patina. Nokemlej, Marti "Venice the youngest cityIn Bathers dotted the sands from by the: Venice Post of the a far cry from the brief w.18
... .. staged by the forerunner of
( ar. Entln 4i' John C. "aroh.lI.
taken for
the College est on time deposits and ad.< Venice; Marr. ("Human). tofTer: Rah, the present American Legion Florida, held the attentionOf the early morning hours until Legion was only another effort granted on ttt sane
Dr L. Margaret Kraemer. miniatratne expense charged .Box Cartel Fn.l>waad! Shirley. Rimon. .... Port the state Monday when it late in 'the afternoon Beach on the part of the veterans beach today. \

associate professor of physical to the Municipal Trailer Park .,Ice:. KntlnraDil Alma: Cabman. Keberm. Boca Lonele Grande. ;Vtn fe.! ). Highlighted! by a beauty contest drew to its beach the largest paranoia and the latest in to put Venice on the map. -
science at Chicago, becomes and the Municipal Airport.OBITUAHV weed. iearh.. .sos Grande, Kelt" to select the first Miss crowd. ever assembled there bathing costumes made their Every Legionnaire\ did his bit .
the 11 Ih full time faculty memo .Nunn. N. P. ChirlMte: lluutll l'nn.Vo.I. occasion
make the
re, Venice the daylong observance for a day of entertainment appearance!! on the beach to a nucceas
_IrV ,appointed. for the charter Juno II: Elli.lwe.!: McMillan. NoV. of America' Declaration The glorious Fourth, symbolof 'The Legion stands along John Anderson and Howard .
II,..,. \001., Y15mnnEdna
year mi. : rVhu Pav.ler l. Venice. : Jove Ma.hV.. of Independence was climaxed true Americanism was the midway attracted more Fiedler were conspicuous during .
1 Doan Gustad said that with GEORGE MILLER Venice: Uvla. II,... N. ,. Chariot. bv the traditional fireworks properly celebrated than passing interest and many the day and evening one
the of Dr. J Kraem: CARL "',I.., Nokonla' Drendi. Spear.
appointment Arthur : I
crowds the
0..,., ;: Aura I. .knelan, Noa.we.d.Jane display which cauaed nome "All manner of sports events!! were the raincoats, colored handling the during .
ac. the Division of Natural Carl George Miller Pfl of Ml, Flojd Claret 0...... Tamaworm consternation by going off prempturelv drew a crowd estllT'ated( at be. parasols, baby dolls and silken afternoon and the other dispersing
Sciences! has a complete facul I 433 Pineland Avenue died Mon- Venire, .. N.lid..P...I harlntw Leonard.. William Venire' Don wern! S.000 and 6000 persons scarfs that found their way Into tickets at the danceIn .
tv In the fields of physic. dav at Venice Hospital J.... II'' J....,. l. Condma Vmla I Hilda. Williams, an attractive to the beach during the after the hearts of those who were the evening. .
chemistry mathematics and A native and resident flf ,Kalliertne rlnietcad. ZlebarUi Venire. ) Richard Venice' XncberNewark Wells. inihln beauty, was crowned noon hours. Swimming con- fortunate enough to hold the "No accidents marred the .
biology Cleveland, he came here in ., D.....'.. Miss Venice at a dance held eats, yacht races, tug-of-wari, winning number when the celebration with the exceptionof
Dr. Kraemer, a native of 1989 from that city He r'ea Ju. tti .Pb'llk. H Mayera, Mule. that night at the bench caino boxing and wrestling mixed wheel of chance ceased its a miscue with the fireworks .
New York, earned her bachelor'a a retired inspector ofhe rub Burdlck: Sarmk Venice' !Vtrliht Glenn. Qua Venice,... \Abran..nlcelJcMyh Runners-un were Mae King with races in the sand, brought merry whirl. In an unknown manner the fire
degree at t the Universityof PheenlK Bireeota Nancy duel!!, before the hour act scheduled to make their 0
Cleveland City Water Depart : I .. and Irma Grounds.A the climax of the day to the "Long works
Pennsylvania before obtaining Venice: Mattel JonkattHi : Oak in front of for most of the athletic conS about 0:30, started
mi""!! L. M.nn. gnfirKxxIl, Bemuel her doctoral at the University Mr Miller was a member .. of Chicago of Grace Methodist Church NO''III J.. >Moore. hoer Ft.e.\1 M,,......,: Venice Harold' on the Venice beach for the Hilda Williams carried away was crocked (sic) with before anyone could prevent it, .
She has been teaching physical Survivors include two stepson KM: poems. Nokomle' Pomth J. ParkMoknnil occasion fmm points es far all the honors In the cones steady stream of machines the entire box of fireworkswere .
science in the undergraduate ."r. I.. Lour V\. I'nllb. .linn ill
Russell of Warren from St. Petersburg slnglnit and with.
Austin Kprinrn; .,d U Itnlhntiv/orth. North distant an Tampa and Okee t and wat named as MISS bearing names
college at Chicago Ohio and John Russell of Tort C'h.rlolt.: Ole fc. Hun.cr, No- chobee. Games and entertainment Venice by the five Judges appointed Tampa Ft, Myers in the confining walls of a .
since 1953. During the sum- Portland, Ohio a step-daugh hush: IMM. Mxl.iin. Veke.DISCI6IRGES for the crowd Included to pick the winners. Okeechobee Sarasota Bradcn- cardboard box. The crowd .
mers for most of this period er. Mrs fiance Macnpa of swimming contests, yacht lie ludses! C. M McLennan ton and other cities scattered scattered to watch the "pre-

she has been a consultant of( the in Ashtabula Ohio and a broth. I.re ITi, Ganr AlbrlUnn I PlacWl aces. tUR-of-wars, boxing C. E. Shepherd Charles p. within a radius of 100 miles celebration' .
the Solid State Group
er Frank Miller of Cleveland. NeKan Dunn, Port CharkKle. : Helel wrestling and races on the Cane, G F Schwitzgcbe and or more The story was accompaniedby
Argonne Services will ">e conducted at T.'...K knrlewood: Jamea Shannon. Venire lei- sand. W. McCarthy were hard-taxed "Parking space was avail. a photograph of the new
Plredjcnice, Horenoe Belllck
2 p m today at Raw let Funeral : : The Venice NEWS!: of July to name the most beautiful able for all end Chief of Police .
The Argonne facility offers advanced Home Chapel by The RevMward June II: Kettr Thurm.ton, \'on I..eroa .. a. P27:! headlined! the accountof sir!. Runners-up were Mae George Duncan assisted by his
E.I..nodhrl.U. ,
training in nuclear L Dinkins of Grace Render, McKrill Nokomli, Donald Rlou.! .. .....1.. the July 4 celebration in ting and Irma Grounds deputies handled the crowds LETS SralkE: OUT j'
engineering and related sub Methodist Church Interment I wood Owen Hlddle. Nokomla. I Norm. these words"Largest: Crowd "The winners were namedat with an ease that sneaks well FOREST FIRES! .
'Jecta under the jnonsorshtn of will be in Gulf Pines Memor- Ham.. Nokomia.. John Van Norman. held in the bathing for' the efficiency of the local ee
Commission 1'..,..""t-d, Mary Cleveland. Venice. for Fourth. And a smaller a dance !!
the U. S. Atomic Energy al Park. I Ants Daviea VellMI, Libel Spender, head proclaimed I 'Hilda Wil- / casino that evening Miss police department L. L. Dawson ;i. AMIGAME ALL FABRICS
Ii i Venice. Venice Venice" received a silver loving Legion post commander '
I _.....___,............... June 111 Helen Brlner Venice: 1 Ii.reechr.se. tams Selected As Miss of
1\\ ... .:s- =--__ _"""""" ... Venice): KiiMall Craft, Ven.c In History of Venice Turns Out cup. was in active charge the
,<- PIc>o.I. "..... E..I....., rttar4hTierftcl. ) rLi1
ALLEN CARD or THANKS Venice i Srhueler lUSer V. 30 O/0
Grant Thornton. N.k....'..
.. loe
Convalescent end M. ate thla method f eh.nb.In I
June I"I Gark Alexander NolnntoJohn
"nd. onr neiihhora" and..frlenrie.....h'for(I.. rh.lraer..lm..5 Barnea. Nokomla. Lreurme5.ma Council Rejects I
Home oarveeaenl .
Nursing City
...... Th. expreealena. have been Nokomla' 1A.,, Bock' .ua, Ven.Ire OFFDEL'S
Pmma tllhha/ Enel.wadI Ruth
: !
24 Hour Nurtna Se"k.Phonp del _
.eenebt.d.Mo. Saundera fiafcr Bnr undert
Venket >
.. r
Venice 488,2702 lesnt 10. Im..tI: Arthur Jar, fi. M,.... Do.... J I I
ell. roves' lIa LIO'C AV,. sad I.alir' shy Thonaa. Venltel, Carl Wood."" .,

_.... .......... assaiSA'eiIaasaiti't I Venice.June. III! Howard Aldred, NckomU Site Lease
i Math., Cute. >.? ......dl. CorneliuaDonotan Airport 'I Y SEWING CENTER
Pat," Chartottei' Bertha Lo,....
(rnilewcoli; Jorca Maelike. Venice, I Illobert b 1,, \ 541.715Careful 124 W. Venice Ave

rflisht Roblneu Erwr.adl. Nokomi., Palla.' ; fhlrlerDmpeon HI"Hi'). I A proposed 40-year lease at cupied by Olson Aircraft Co neer Tom Slider eampe>re bat 1000% Ph. 488.3803
North Port Charlotte. $100 a month with the Gulf were announced at the' Tues Council in other action de.
'. \.. I
June iii ( .1 Miller (eiplred)
1 lee: Mary bhuma.nl O.po yi! RwhelUlrlih Coast Industrial Development day night meeting. The lease cued a certificate of public convenience -
Venice: brads. h...... O.p," Corp. for acreage at the Ven- proposal are from Venice to Tropical Cabs ofVenit'e =;
Carmene. Pain Nokomla. Marl El.Ihxt : .
., N. P. rnerloue.June | ice Airport was turned down Aero-Marine Development Co. following a public hearIng .
Ml km. Church. .Entlewoodl.' Tuesday night by the City and the B & T Aircraft Serv at which the applicants for r g aLQe 9"ur.e.la2 9oms
t role Nokomki
RernoMa 1111"am the
; .. Council. ice. Both want to conduct a new certificate failed to
{ pee Vrnleet Chula! mtrll J.
Pl....".. A... r 155'1. vestal, Nellie lease Cat the city fixed base operation. Venice appear
"Nokomla.Sprlnevtead' Nnk....., Arthur Wjrle.. subordinate The asked Its claim on the Aero-Marine also wants to engage I.ots To Be Filled 265 No.omi An, Venice

'I property to the Small Business in a student training op City: Clerk Harry W Haler
223 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE eration. .
S ; Administration (SBA) so the w. directed to notify the owner
development company might Both firms will be invited to of Lots 8 and 9 in Block SJ JTh
: naicmIII
i ; ieldlt.8ia of Nokomis Avenue that the
obtain 100 cent government discuss their
per proposals with I ....,"
.. sr.Mrs. I.... 1t sins. Lnpaaeod. financing on the proposed improvements the council when the Olson lots are below grade and are -
.. I'r. Baby sees a-I'-I" h00 p.m lease Is terminated The Olson to be advertised for filling.
Good Reason Hour Ambulance Phone
For "'III am Jo.er.li Carter.Mr : Council also 24 Service 488.2291
and Mrs. Rilpk Satlerler, l"oomla The door was left open for company reportedly does not authorized pay.
k" Pie. R.br 01-11 '1444 114K. : further discussion at the sugestlon plan to renew its lease which ment of a bonus equal to two TID BITS TO REMENBER
j Hal' named u petGrace weeks pay for Water Dep.rt.ment .
of Councilman Ralph expires in AugustCouncilman .
When facilities are considered, Rawltt Anderson. if the Gulf Coast superintendent John So- The man who wall with God always gets to hit destination

Funeral Home U the nifural choice. If firm wishes to discuss terms Anderson also bosky for vacation time he The Christian on hn Inset can lee farther than the Kitntut
I Church reported that the airport master was unable to take last
you've visited our .establishment you for a lease without the subordination year. with a taletcope.
plan will be
I clauae. completed Fri. Public Works Director Guy
i (.mow the reaion why! Gives Reception Anderson said he hated to day and will be submitted to Curwood was authorized to issue Trip lightly over trouble, trip lightly over wrong: you only

I see potential small Industry the Federal Aviation Agency a building! permit to the male it harder by dwelling on it long.
,.i I.i, For New PastorA I payrolls leave the area, but in Miami for approval on Mon. ffnglino; circus for construction .

reception will be held atGrace felt as did the rest of the coun- day. The master plan will be of an 80.foot octagonal I Our Services Art Available/ To All Rtgardltn
lease was delivered in person to FAA officials building at the airport winter
Methodist Church onField ell that the proposed of Financial Circumstances
Avenue Sunday from 3 not in the best interests of thecity by Mayor Brohard quarters to serve as a practice Ueetiaod !I. Indiana aad Florida
Councilmen I
a Anderson and Dr ring for the training of L
to a to welcome: the
lurch's p.m., new minister the Mayor Smyth D Brohard John R. Hogan and City Engi animals __ ._.__ _

-1$ 5 Rev. Edward L. Dinkini, andhis was authorized to communicate
& family cound( !'. decision to the deVelopment -

.aJ 1 I I The Rev Mr Dinkins began company Brohard
; 'l ffL._, rf 111': [!l lj his pastorate here on June 4after also suggested that perhapsthe '
'. ; : -""- having served at Frost. city might at some later

p.. -9'6= 'W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOO proof, Florida for seven years date consider constructing its FIVE WAYS TO GET'
at the airportfor
$t" All members and friends ofthe 0 wn buildings
to small industrial
7i'eMlet itIlMiitCI! church are Invited. lease.
A4I t'ont'erna.The
I I (OlllllatlE Would you say a half hours same .nuacestlon was
'KawtI3s? a reasonable average of theme made in a GONDOLIER! editorial -

( "fJ it takes a woman to get Monday.
FUNERAL HOME out after she has announced to Seek Hangar Space
her hostess that she must: Two applications for a lease
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t Rock Exhibit Opens MondayAt

JUNE 22nd TO JULY 4th

LI r t First National BankA exalt

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i' e'se 4 ,A collection ft 13 airy First National Bank. Also several ions, the rock that is used In O
crosses will feature the exhibitof specimens of pyrite of the making of white porcelain
Georgia! rocks opening Mon iron or "Fool"s Gold" China. Alto I multicolored
T day In the lobby of the First We hear so much of the agate; high grade Jasper
W i ii National Bank of Venice. California Gold Rush" and stone, flourescent flint rock;
} They were found by the Rev. the gold mines of Cripple and petrified pieces of Georgia
Hendley F. Je"j and his wife Creek, in Colorado that many Tine, Hickory and Sweet Gumwood
Venice most noted "rock overlook the fact that the first SPONGE MOPA
hounds" In the summer of 1954 gold mine Jon America was located Another rare specimen that \
on the Hackney farm near Blue at Dahlonega, Ga. on will be shown In Jelk'i collection
Ridge GaAccording. this same Cane Creek. of Georgia rocks I la a piece RUSTPROOF METAL FRAME i
to legend, the Another prize specimen of of rough corundum crystal MOPPING' AND WAXING IDEAL FOR THE
mountain fairies of Georgia Georgia rock is a piece of that is second only to diamondsin -p' FLOOR
wept when they learned of the granite in which is inbedded hardness
Crucifixion of Jesus and their a sea urchin as well as fossils Gem Stones Included
.1 i tears turned into the strange and shells It was found In Other specimen will include $1SO v.,.. SIc
..'. fairy crosses which are found Pulaski County, nearly 200 a cluster of garnets; zircon
> nowhere In the United States miles from the Atlantic Ocean, crystal in matrix, sptnele
e%-ept near Mineral Bluff and while mining for iron ore crystal: rare pyrohllite or
Blue Ridge, Ga. and a fewspots I High Grade Iron Ore friendly fire," azullght and
in Virginia Incidentally, from t the Iron red rutile crystals, liber rock,
SYMBOL OF AUTHORITY the gavel, Is Club, Aladar SOD Million Years Old mines near Carterville\ comesa a type of sandstone; clear crystal MAALOX
II presented ta Roger 0 Isphording (right), tlonal counsellor Felnsod Sr.. Lions Interna- Actually fairy crosses, or piece of Hemetite, a high quartz, moss agate, and 88.69C
new president of the Venice Area Noon Lions during installation cere- steurolltes, are very unusual grade iron ore that is used in rose quartz SUSPENSION .$1.49 SIZE
monies Saturday night at Fisherman's Wharf mineral specimens which were the making of high grade Sheffield George E. Youngberg Sr.,
formed by nature about 500 steel. In fact this Georgia chairman of the First National AiR t IENS '
Isphording Heads million years ago. iron ore Is so fine it is Bnak board of directors. said 41c )
"Hams" CompeteIn They were found by Jelks as shipped to Birmingham to"sweeten" the exhibit of Georgia Rocks . . SIZE ,
he and his wife panned for the Alabama ore will be shown from June 29 to
I gold with little Ann Hackney In From this same Pulaski July 3 and the Rev. Mr. Jelks
Field Day Cane Creek. They found gold, County, the Rev. Mr Jelks has will be on hand daily during EXCEDRIN! SSet ,
Noon Lions too, and Jelks will show two brought back specimens of banking hours to explain the
ClubRoger On SaturdaySome nuggets In his exhibit at the white barltles with lead intrus, exhibit TABLETS, . $1.39 SIZE.

0 Isphording, Venice Higel and Dr. Douglas William. 4L7lSe1iR --"
12 members of
attorney, was Installed as son, directors. tt ;t f;
of the Amateur Radio Club will R BRITE SET
president Venice Area
A musical featured set their g.00
Lions program up equipment a sAVg
Noon Club
the "ladies night" program/ trailer at Venice High School '
Saturday night at Fish.
erman'a Wharf restaurant. with vocals by Mrs Donna Athletic Field/ Saturday to par. JZ A' 3
Courtney accompanied! at the ticipate in the !annual Field r .
Other 1964 officers installedby
piano by Mrs James Hightow.er Day conducted by Amateur
Aldar Felnsod Sr., international '
teeps R Erithtr
operators of the UnitedStates. Eek dshl
counsellor, included N. iWdto-Hold Ms
A. Butch Jr, first vice-president Special guests at the Installation r ReN4r 1 S et.
; Luther Richardson, second : banquet were Ken The exercises will begin at IN THE VENICE SHOPPING CENTER
vice-president, John Breeding, president of the 3 p.m. Saturday and continue t
Shockey third vice-president; Venice (evening) Lions Club, for 24 hours
Paul Lanlus, secretary; Merle and Mrs Breeding; Paul Tay Two trailers will be used,
lor of Nokomis, past deouty RESTAURANT SPECIALS
Grape treasurer; A. W Estes district one loaned by Harrison Trailer .
Lion Tamer; Robert Van Pelt, governor, and Mrs Sales and the other, loaned REXALL-PAST
Tail Twister; John Farley, Taylor; and Mr. ond Mrs by a club member which will
Robert Hogan, Dr. Ronald Hightower. house the six-meters equipment THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY- PERMANENTS
The City of Venice is

United Church supplying. the emergency generator CORNED BEEF TUNANOODLECASSEROLE KNOCKWURST ,,:Y..":: mill, Riiutir, Super, little
Louis Herberger Is In charge t ...,;;] G'rls'' and new Silver, 99C
I of arrangements and said the JOOMCH
public is welcome to come by & CABBAGE WITH BEANS ...
Plans For New BuildingsFinal and watch the contest.

Hams," as the amateurs __
are called, will compete with 82 82C
plans and specifications tore to post a performancebond other clubs throughout the nation 82ee iii7
for the two buildings to In the required amount. In seeing how many contacts I ;cOINTMENT
be erected by the Venice
It Is hoped stated Elam,
be made while workIng
United Church of Christ have that the bids will be received can S1.19 SIZE.THERMODEi .
been completed and construction early In July and the contractslet with emergency power, under
will start shortly, Herbert the middle of July with emergency conditions Re. Complete Sunday Dinner 99ct T FOR SENSITIVI IJ. L r.
Craig Elam, chairman of the construction scheduled to begin suits of the contest will be t TEE? [
church's executive building not later than July 27 so the announced In about two TOOTHPASTE $1.36 SIZE YU
committee, announced today. time scheduled may be main. months, Herberger said _::91'M1I, M ) iJ ___ 1

mere The drawn plans and up by specifications the Sarasota tamed, which calls for the VSTORPWIDESALE- o STOREWIDE SALE i STOREWIDE SALE STOREWIDE F' "r HIDE' GILLETTE BLADESSTAINLESS 57 c

architectural firm of Church to worship in its new SAJ STEEL ,89c SIZE .
Frank Folsom Smith and As- facilities by Christmas A UIr JUNE JUNE I'I'I

soclates j I sanctuary seating 410 persons
The buildings will be on a and a multi-purpose administrative < ,
five and one-half acre site at offices-Christian Edu- VI I : 250\\0; mK tORIE CARNATION !

the corner Gardens and Tuxedo of Shamrock Road,Boulevard Venice first cation units Building to be are constructed to be the 9 3! 25 "r.'Ulftf1S: ; THURS. !mi i iI I e OUQL3LE BATH J?

The church, organized in Or.tnber to be followed later by a felInwnhip STARTS r :
1962, has been meeting hall and chapel. I 10 0: IAI IUBIIf UilllMfut llonl fn- MN v X
temporarily in the Venire Gardens I pit!for your bath O CLes.
Recreation Center at 11 ---- Bill ... ..... bu''whole' pound Hip lit r O
o'clnck Sunday mornings Dr. I .' ,.
E. Robert Chable is minister. : _
Elam said that the plans and ; CARby I IVI
specifications were being submitted to several area contrac- 4 1 1UJ
tors The selection of those to *' m'e '
receive Invitations to bid has Bill Phillips I ,'\. 1 f A .j' <. ; l
of contrac.NOW ,
involved the ability Oregon ban sex Yes Ore. J mi
gon which uses a three-letter IUJ J \ 4q51

prefix on license plates, has i : ., LADIES't I FULL SIZED WITH PILLOW TO GIVE
ruled out over 400 3-letter SWIM SUITS EXTRA COMFORT IDEAL FOR BEACH, r
BUI OR SIIK words t* objectionable Included m CAMPING, POOL, HOME, STATION
are SEX RAIL. URP, GYP, .1 SHIFTS t values to 19.95 0I WAGON, AND ETC
GAG and APE.

When you test drive a new or "9.6.95 S8.S10.BLOUSES$ 1.49 VALUE 99C!
w r.or used car, try the brakes Is I 5500
there any tendency to "grab?" "1 .. / ALL NEW V m
Does car stop with no objectionable
body dive or pitch? :eg.12.95 5800 NAMEDRESSES o
Brake hard several times i., a 91 BRAND $2.00SHORT
row. Do brakes fade ,
Are you a woman traveling 0..: 'J'''''' ,... ."\ .' :;-.: serous country by car withouta 'i' "! tk
man? Here s a tip. Plan your t:: ., rm IVY
ahead. Get '" .ti ,
/! overnight stops tf 1

your hotel reservation In advance.at It'a. motel lots eas.or" one group $5.00 .J L 0 T 10 "

i II l RACES ler than fighting "no vacancy U:
NIGHTLY 810 P.M. signs, and often you can stop Q :. one group $6.00 ..... Soothes' ,relieves,protects against |

MATINEES early Teaching this way your! teenager to '. ,.-..... one group $8.00 I I 1-:: 'litchinC and skin Irritation 9 8 c
WEDNESDAY drive A hint: If he or she e C :::- of II..:.
mistake, don't correctat ; oJ. 01I
makes a .
200. and SATURDAY that time. It will make down the 3 1!... 4 one group $10.00
kids more nervous.
AIR CONDITIONED the mistake on a pad, and dis- o : -I-IL :: one group $12.00 i I ;
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FOR COMFORT cues Need it later.Ford Tic1" for that VI, '\: I. .. ," ". .:, I'f fj. m, l' 4iMi ALUMINUM
Camper of your' If this Is the 4 SIZES 8 to 20 '

SARASOTAKENNEL year BILL for your PHILLIPS camper FORD!ptop by in Ji HANDBAGS 'f: SIZES 121h to 241/J :' LADIES : I II 23 TRELLIS
Venice, and look at ours ; ;' :/. \ SETS : net OVER I FELT HIGH WITH i |
U.S. 41. 301 We have Just the Hunt pickup I WHITES PASTELS ., VALUES TO 21.95 it, VEINS. NEVER NEEDS PAINTING.
Between for your needs And the priceIs REGISTER FOR I
Bradenton Rod lower than you expected. FLORALS (:1. t I I I

Stop in this week.YOU __ 19 Special Purchase .. ;, FREE I $5.00 Volu.f. $299

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I rant COT lur hi. MI and m AUK( helped with the driving The, kindergarten to junior high .(>ta where he has other rela- Djncers in MiamI DC,nh last 'tendance During intermix-,

Overbrook GardensBy lI.t! th.'v will meet at the Bay v. IIJ'I isit relatives in Dearborr I children enrolled in Vacation tiJack entered the Sara weekend Mr. and Mrs. Whit. Friday evening they were en.
I Vista Restaurant.Miss and Gregory, Mich Bible School now in progress.Mr. ota hospital Monday and will comb and Mr. and Mrs. Greer tertained with people. in wheel

-0- -0- Otto Muller of 1345 De Prie be operated on Tuesday to remove attended only Friday and Saturday chair. square dancing Satur

MARY E KROtPA Christine Whitcomb, Mr and Mrs, A. J. Kroupa I Road is superintendent of the part of a cartilage in The convention was day evening during intermi.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs entertained with a dinner Sun. Bible School, Friday evening his nose. We wish him a speedy held in the ball room of the lion they were entertained by
Mr and Mrs James M. Muller Clark N. Whitcomb Jr. of 1305 day in commemoration ol they will conduct graduation recovery. Dilldo Hotel and at the Seventeenth blind people square dancing

Hicks of Overbrook Road entertained -oWe Bureau Road, cousin Miss Father Day. The guests were exercises Street Auditorium. In one set the women Were

for dinner Wednesday offer congratulations to Susan Griffls and daughter of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs A, J. Maim There were over 2.000 registered blind and their palmers could

evening Mr. Hicks cousin. Mr. and Mrs James A. Hayes Mr. and Mrs Edward Griffls Mr. and Mrs Harvey Stein of Jack Stein a student at Mr and Mrs. A J. Oospeter, and over 1,000 spectators" see and in another set the men
Mrs. Charlotte Crawford and of 1628 Bavshore Drive who in Englewood recently accompanied Englewood and Mr and Mrs Georgia Tech son of Mr and Mr and Mrs Clark Whitcomb Thursday evening they held the were blind with partners who

friends. Mr. and Mrs Bruce celebrated 35 yeara of marriage Miss Whitcomb grandmother Alfred Govro of Overbrook Mrs Harvey Stein and grandson Jr of Overbrook Gardens and Trail End" dance Friday and could see Mr and Mrs Masin

Brinkman from Ft. Walton last Sunday Last Saturday Mrs Clark Whitcomb Road of Mr and Mrs A. J. Mr and Mrs Don Greer of Saturday morning they had and Mr and Mrs Gospete

D.ech. Mrs Crawford was they enjoyed a dinner at Sr.. to Michigan for their Summer Kroupa on Neptune Drive Englewood attended the 11th workshop with new calls in visited friends In Miami Dante

formerly Mi. Charlotte Raul. the Oyster Bar Mrs. Hayes vacation. They Journeyedby The Emanuel Lutheran came home Sunday evening to annual state convention of new dances There were 109 and Juno Beach on their way

arson of Grove City She was says. "They have been happy car and Miss Whitcomb Church in Venice have 50 pre- be a guest here and in Sara- I Florida Square and Round callers and their wives in at- home Sunday
a guest of her parents who "
I still live in Grove City.
The NARCE held its business
Mrs Otto Muller of 1345 De

Pile Road entertained with meeting last Wednesday at the '....... +. ....ww naww- rw.wr+we
Legion Hall in Englewood with
luncheon and bridge Tuesday ,
35 members The busi-
Those who
played were Mrs
ness meeting was preceded bya I ,
George Griffith Mrs. Warren ,

Kennedy Mr. Laurence Cod luncheon In July theywill ____________ _
ner and the hostess, Mrs meet at the Driftwood RestauI -


Tarpon Tourney V NO al

(Continued from Page 1) landing a 51-pound tarpon using -

self la now a resident of Fort a seven-ounce rod and nine-
Myers thread" line. "Like father-like BREi

When the tournament opened son of

on June 4. approximately 500 Prize Story

entries from 18 states, hadbeen But the prize tongue.in-cheelc _
received and a widely story of the tournament came ,
read columnist remarked out of a tussle between Harold r

"There are so many movie Streater (address unknown)

cameramen and good.looking and a tarpon taller than he k

girls around Venice that it is was Here is his account of it

beginning to look like Hollywood as reported In the Venice
Ladles Score, Too "Well folks, to make a long t

And the ladies did have a story short, I landed the slickest !
definite place in the tourna bouncing ball of shining 0i

ment with Mrs Carl H. And- light that has ever struck at i

el'lO'lof, Venice having the the end of this fishing<< line of
honor of bringing In the first mine. It leaped and twisted

fish In the women's division and struck and did everything!
the first day of the tournament. but kiss me

It was a 61-pound beauty cap- "I was pulling on the line for
lured after a two hour fight about 30 minutes after he took

R. B King, of Dowaglac. the hook when all of a sudden
I Mich was first in the men's I felt the bottom of the boat

division! with a 106 pound fifth leave me and the next minute

Early m the tournament Erl I was trailing along behind that

Roman official !representativeof tarpon with nothing betweenme

the Southern California and the water but a few
Tuna Club, jumped into the inches of space
lead in the professional class "When I hit the water I heldon

with the three largest tarpon to the line and the shining

and was never topped partly flash of silver decided to In-

because he was an experienced I vestipate, I suppose At any
fisherman and partly ]becausehe rate he came toward me and 1e4y ','<"1

was the most persutant con. : slackened the line enough for s

tenant in the contest He filh- the guide to arrive in the boat

*d practically every day of the and grab the pole. .
tournament. In fact one envicms "I climbed back into the boat f

competitor wisecracked. and after another hour and a
"It looks like when you are in half of fight I landed the old ft t

Venice you have to do as the boy." 12

Roman' does" Now, you tell one I

The Californian was also a But anyway three different, M I
salesman for tie American people vouched for the authen-

Fork and Hoe Company, of ticitv of the story Straight .; iUBEIESS r. V "
Cleveland. Ohio makers of faced aRrgya goso .. ? MORE w '
True Temper fishing rods and Another aftermath of the H WARMIm Ra TIRE L WHI1EWgll.,,
came to Venice primarily to
tourney came a week later V
test out a new elght-ounce
when McLennon the
commit uNanuleara '
tubular rod he designed for a r.hii V t ,
tee (chairman received a request rdi iueh a t I sIm
his company, before putting it from Miss Muriel Roseof '.

on the market. Tallahassee who wanted sort lr/1w1, 2 o J ;
Having angled for nearly enough tarnon scales to SgR .
covera .
T '''',
every species of fish in the gown of Silver King Sparkler p !'T ji. ,,
noted of the
spots States
to wear at the National Federation y.
and Canada, Roman also had of Business and Professional -

been asked to design several Women H Oakland, 1
rods for Zone Grev Calif. July 28

After World Record Needless to say she received SI E i ;t
When asked why he continued 500 hand CHOICE Of }
picked scales. But YOUR
to fish morning: after mom there Is no record as to weth miracle additive 600117' i e v
ing when he apparently had the she the New, mile eter. 61011 S ,
er won prize or not. you,
first three prizes in his di '* *' pima" secure. drivingi 710/l5 650/13' _
I vision wed up," with catch. The Second Venice National mite of troubledree '

es of 127 pounds 118 pounds Tarpon Tournament ended resistance { heat 760115 T00114 ..iAdde ,'

and 115 pounds, he replied he Saturday, July 25 and early m ore amaring extra 5b0/eS/ + 750114' t '
was endeavoring to break theworld's Adds
Sunday special news stories build tips the IIIOat .aly
record for under ,AyIlobLlatrMl.
tarpon went out over the wires of the ,, wear and.afeiy conditional
caught on light tackle.
Associated driving
Press and other
J He did. hnthe first three news arencles to every. daily"oaper severe #

prises In the 1i"ht tackle class ,, in the United GRANTMASTEH 90
sewed rtesoite last minute
uP" -
: thousands of photo- K 1t
heroic efforts bv a number tl
I granhs were distributed by theseven ,
of sportsmen to dislodge "
great pictorial syndi
him. E. H. Blank of Daytona cafes: countless millions of

Beach did succeed! in hrinHni' movie fans saw 0.e tarpon contestsnti -
in an 11S-nound! fah; Saturday in action from New NYLON CORD TInES
morning that fed him for the!
York to San Francisco If the t a I ,
i second pme Each was awarded first National Tarpon Tournament )
the *150!\ prize money for .
second ,place was a snectacular* sue 'lit to 55A53 ROAD EnJoy the dependability of
cess, the secon was trtnly *o
Mrs. Rnman also was An ardent Everyone In Venice was ex l )J) .1 HArwRO riot this Nylon Cord tire that surpasses
'! contender, although she WARRANTY
tremelv "8110V'O'hl'r. rigid government teats
Hid not garner! any prlre Mrs nhappy tyi a nnt11nN mupr Nm 671
Frances Llvinwtone of St Petersburg NO eulrmlaayl
But the same was not tru- > FINER I1 ail ra/a *Enjoy too, Grants excep
won first in the Wom aallydl IVCa o1
en's division in other West Coast cities After 15 1 1 IREMgpEj 61ow /u1brub, tionally low price No trade-in
a ,
the first tournament turned ? ,
In the Amateur na.... uln'! v required. 12.month warranty' !
out to be such a fine publicity \
12-ounce rods and ?thread t
getter and even greater $
lines B C. Hopper of Kalam !Interest evidenced' all
was OVE'rthe
moo Mich won first mire with< Country In Venice plans 'or t CRANTMASTER #7.50x14 TUBELESS "",",,,", Aija
n 122-pound tarpon: O C. It, Second! NationAl Tarpon .7 : :;
Walker. of Tampa second'' *,it"i I ,
Tournament f'ditorofall ;

Magruder 117.pound beauty Orlando: and third C.with C. appeared all up scathing and In the down newspapers the. '\ ii-o 110 IFS..NO AHDS..HO ; 1

a catch that weighed 113 ..wRya
west coast. tarring the home

pounds Not a serious eomnlalit win folks for allowing Venice to TaA ararA Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back [.If'
steal l the tarpon thunderAs
lodged : not s serious accident! wARRAHrr WHIiEHfAlIW '
I, editorial it
put :
f occurred during the bourns.ment non have been' here for hinrtreds OranlmN nrN $ MORE '_ +
and everyone npneiredto euar cold
( of vesrs But Venice saw art
have had! a wond-rful time. fw opportunity! and grasped It. v aNIrel lush Ia ,
Of several amusing t GRANTSMOTOR
course ,
Other" towns had the same opportunity
Incidents occurred" including;
but perhaps were not SUPREME
those big ones that got a way
fortunate In
so organizing
after i great struggle Pnman, fishing,, sentiment"How GRAHTWASTER cents OILS
himself lost a I IV pound) (estlrnatf'd TIRES
'ever. some of them soonsaw r
after two hours N
) beauty '
the light and even while
f of battle! Venice WM prenerlng for Its 1.I Grants
1 I I Then there was the obliging second tournament TarnonTournaments ; COHTAm"DURA-mEME11 29C ate
88-pound tarpon that leaped
Into skiff occupiedby were being staged SUE-i ,! 10' qL cons)
squarely a
all the West Cna.tIInd
along .
Miss Tesule Smith of Or even around the bend In c t' stronge.t, safest, YOUR oil s.. # HEAVY DUTy...ip, Icllf for high

lando, while she was trying to the gulf. to TexAs. *This it the tire you've ever 750/140 ,,s.t companion nglnta
land him. It H. not recorded performing 1 a"e
editorial finest-
But as another so of pncelk Wb 'ROUND..dttlgiml_ |
760/15 to meet
which was the most surprised retatdtess
It ...
aptly put tarpon tournaments bought
I .Miss Smith or the tarpon and butVenice 1400(14' ulueaee 1CNYJ wmenoltheng.a
may come go,
The small fry had their in will always remain ..I miracle additive gives i Both contain top grade additives
ping too with young Bobby the one plea there the affair *. The extra thousands ot 100/15 and detergents'' bguardageinat'corraiontemovedirtand.ludga
Evans, age 11. successfully 'F you many Eachtire ....11 oanva.sunaraseesmseasons"s
Is I really. national In scone and carefree! driving. ,AyipkL IIIt/a.I.
bringing to gaff a B8 pound where the actual fishing Is miles ot .month warranty! ,
fighter Nine.year-old Louis better carr1et' aawr "
Gates, son of Copt Luke Gates, ,
( FDITORI\I C'O'ESTIl'nfortunatl'ly ;
also got! in the snotllrht by
: d. that editor was -
I ;: ; not such i rood prophet, for CHARGE IT'NO .. RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER
I early In 142ft: the financial
1! :1't j ... (na hrrMr Ale pinch began. to be' felt. In VenIce OR MONTHS TO rAY I JF/a|* I t fe n., r' n., tit r
1 eAaAaManI and the tournaments had
I $25. to be dropped-never' to herevived.

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1--/ottlnns By DOROTHY GAYNOR--I I II( Summer Ding-Dong Time- At Venice i Elementary Schoollam" I I.r

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Cr phone items to 488.5808 i ,

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Hell, now. Scarcely have the always astonished to see these
ape over the topless swim "youngsters" married
t. ice-through evening dress- with families Donna why Any. a i
aid their minor theme variant way, Caye !Is studying the
died when .
away along Spanish
guitar they
word the newest Ice. are doing
roes a lot of bowling and
she said
faker for young people'srues there Is
a lot of night life I In
is a computer for aeng CUymas
a. well as a wonder
dance partner Sure ful
1 "be
movie i .
iff They tried It recently at (There I.I a building through
of Connecticut
University which you enter but the auditorium I'tTHE
j though it wasn't exactly is topless, like a Roman to
ho*'!.:'\\g success, accordingthe Hum. and if it rains ,
students, it seems the you
simply bundle
up and sit there
t of mechanical pairlng-off I she said, if the movie Is
hard on the heels of what enough). She has no hopes good of '1
,nv think is the harbinger Retting home again for this w
real breakdown in our
i Christmas
possibly the Corn
'r '. At any rate In thee wells will be on the move then.
future the fellows won't \
'" bother to look, anyt .
\ Home from an 18-day tour of
Th" computers are getj
Mexico Is Mrs Emmett Rus- 1
all set to take over fell
......0- Hew Beatrice Street. She
over made Mexico City
M> of which makes it a her headquarters and visited

it and uncomplicated Cuernavaca, Taxco and Guad I .
(G ndonab photo bo r tC I MM il) '
\"v to record such items alahara. Time was when the SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMfor to the school playground where with Program
io,! came and went and first car which honked at a Sarasota County schools opened in Venice Head Ronald Mitchell left, and Instructor
I t r.OUS and sundry thises street intersection in Mexico Monday with approximately 150 young. Bill Blewitt some of the group weir photo (
1 thats Such as: It Is good City had the right of way and sters showing up at VES for the recreational graphed as they wound up a snappy' Chinese
have the Robert Doingsk Mrs Russell says things are activities Shortly after lunch they adjourned Dragon" chain.

.: among us this missioner summer even all worse of IS.now with driversof --- .. .... -..- ..-.... -............... r.
Is an Eniscopal 000 cabs and the
ose work takes them other private cars bearing) PRE-SCHOOL SCHOOLWORK Is filling the classmates In the six-weeks program according School Bells Ring Again-
"'u.hout the country. Since down on the horns The Ken. morning hours these days for 70 youngstersat to Mrs. Shirley Crawford, one of the
bin'rv they have been sta- Cody> housing project now gong the VES orientation program which beganon three teachers She Is shown Introducing some
nod at 18 missions rn Texas up there will house 1.000 Monday. Many are getting acquaintedwith of the students In her section to the waya
h la and Montana Thev families, she said and also fascinating new objects and words andre reading session operates Summer Program Started
homr enrlv thIs' month and said she lunched several timesat getting to know their future first grade

be here until the end of the new $5 million dollar It back to school to well in the .
was pilot program however Classes meet from 9 to 11 a m.
-ustBetty. United State Embassy which play this week for 140 Ven that we expect it to be I Monday through Friday.
-0- was dedicated last Saturday ice Elementary School students most successful
(Zock) Pappayllon Is -0- Dentists Receive PlaquesAt and 70 tots also showedup The first day was uneventful
for the summer and fallh Karl and Vee Standish got .
re on Monday for the preschool except that one tot walked out e
: her adorable two-month home Monday from a visited orientation program. and had "had enough" but
j eon, George Nicholas She Sherwood Forest In Cedar There with the help of his mother he \ &
112 registrations \1Dtj
.slaving with her mother Mountain, N C. (near Brevend Junior Section Party Friday for were the summer recrea- was encouraged to continued, "//07'
i. Margaret Zock of Corn. ) They got home Sundayand tion which : she said.
'-on-tha-Guf.! and will prac- want to go back, the sooner I Monday program and will continue began : The group of 70, the majority

.e i teaching/ in Venice this fall the better While there they I *< >fq5' though July 31. Some 25 more of whom had attended kind. 223 W. VENICE AVE.
her last semester's work ran Into Marv Ellen Meadows reported in Monday morning, ergarten, was divided into
Florida Southern College nd Clare Nichols who 1.1 Ronald Mitchell fifth grade three groups, headed by a
N. Panpay- caching an art class in the r
stand George z aw teacher In charge of the program teacher and an assistant
n I is a cosmetics distributor area. I said and threw the Heading the program are
Yew York City and the two I schedule off the first day Mrs Louise Earner. Mrs. Jean SUMMERPAJAMAS i
I I'' decide after Betty's grnd- Mrs. Vernone Trscey Of ; Assisting him are Joe Duell, Matheson and Mrs. Grace
ton: whether they will live North Port Charlotte and Mrs. I sixth grade teacher Richard Sommers of Sarasota On the
're or in Florida. Also home Charlotte Foster of South VenIce Lewis of the Venice High Venice staff are Mrs. Craw-
sister: Elaine Zock's grad- will attend the Puopetters M v School English department; ford, a sixth grade VES teacher .
Ion was Jimmy who is at. of America Annual Festival '''q n n Bill Blewitt and Miss Lorraine and her assistant Miss
'* if a business school in next week at the Lido at Miami .* Johnson Junior High Schoolteachers Pamela Lee; Mrs. Helen BABY DOLL
i&ington, D. C. He left June Beach. Some 300 puppe- Gregory, Nokomis School librarian
t teens are taking over the hotel // Games, music, arts and and her assistant, Miss SLEEP COATS
-0- for the week they said. i ia crafts, "enrichment classes" In Connie Barone, Mrs Nina
Sheppard Lawrence son of I math library, science and Kiesling who will teach first Dacron
> Bud Law rences and grand. Linda Reiter daughter of the reading to help the youngsters grade at VES this fall and her
i of Mrs. Mabel Force is C A. Reiters. Is in Macon Ga 5 "keep their abilities up" according assistant Miss Diane Lenhart. NITEGOWNS
responsible young business with her sinter, Mrs Charles to Mitchell, will be offered All three assistants were
"i. to wit: He went with the (Carol) Hicks who is the during the 8 a.m. to 2 1964 VHS graduates.
(hard Liberty to theirems oroud mother of a daughter ) p.m. five-day-week schedule. The orientation program will ALL SIZES
Village: N. Y. homer Christened Carole Lynn who Additional classes in swim. continue through July 31.
his graduation for a visitd was born yesterday: The C T. ming and a program of bowl.
to take in the World's Fair Boilers (she is the former inl? and skating will be included I CONA MeetingSet 3to6X
'.*r which he visited friendsd Joyce Higel) are also receiv- although a small fee will
relatives in Philadelphia i bog congratulations on their in. be charged for participation In TomorrowTwo 8to14TEEN I
e labertys wanted him to crease of the Reiter clan on these activities, he said. subjects of major Importance
tend his vacation time withm May 26. They have named their saeI The pre-school orientation blood banks and 6 to 16
but Sheppard and one new son Steven Mark The --,I< program was piloted last yearat higher education-are on the .
his friends here have ain proud grandparents (double) (Goed her photo bf D.ryl' Mtttoi) Amaryllis Park School in agenda for disc aslO'lat to-
of lawns they mow and are as happy as can be, today Sarasota and offered countywide morrow's meeting of the Sarasota .
came on home Saturday to TENTH ANNIVERSARY of the Venice-Nokomis Hardee is shown presenting a plaque to Dr. this summer, Mrs Shirley County Council of Neighborhood .
sume his half of the work -0- Woman's Club Junior Section dental Raymond C Duke while other honorees, Crawford one of the staff Organizations. 1.99Values
the business partnership.0 Mrs. Robert Mattox leaves project was marked by a recognition night left to right, look on. Drs Leon D. Terry, members said. The meeting will be at 8 p.m.
-0- today to join her husband at Monday at the clubhouse honoring partici- Frederick L. Strammcr, Jar! E Malwin and It was formulated to orient In the community room of First
Bovette left Friday withr Courtleigh Manor Hotel In pating dentists and their wives. Mrs. Robert Ronald W. Higel. the children to the work they Federal Savings and Loan
sweetheart-of-a-youngRtl'r. Kingston Jamaica, W. I. He will encounter when they enter A.iin, South Gate, Sarasota. to 4.98
*( *(
steel, after a two.week visit Is executive vice-president ofthe 'a.... )} )F r. )( the first grade in September This will be the t I-st CONA

th her parents, the Count company operating the hotel Local dentists and their ed the growth of the project yellow taper candles in grad meeting until Sept 25
'rnwells. Home now Is Guy and she is looking forwardto wives were special guests ofthe and recognized former dental uated sizes flanked the floral The Idea Mrs Crawfordsaid
) wonderful time particularly arrangement on either side is to get them used to
a., Mexico (near Nogales a Junior Section of Venice-
we Cave's husband Is work- since she was there sev- Nokomis Wo'nans Club Monday The dentists were then presented Mrs Frederick Strammer, being with other children, I
t with Project Mercury She crab months ago and will renew evening at a "recognition with mahogany and decorations chairman of the which is particularly Important
As fine, has lost weight and many acquaintances. night" at the club on North bronze plaques commemorating club, provided the table dec. for those who have had no e
mehow their service to the club. orations. Hostesses for the eve previous kindergarten experience -
seems so very grown. Harbor Drive
' now. It warn.t too many Early in the 19th century, The occasion celebrated the Making the presentation was ning were Mrs George H. The youngsters will I
labor-saving chair. Boyd, Jr and Mrs. E. G learn how to share ideas and I
ars back when we had both virtually the only tenth anniversary of the Mrs Robert Hardee,
be t tutored in reading "readi
ye and Betty Zock in Sun- devices in American homes group's dental project and hon- man, and receiving plaqueswere Boone I
them to
iy School class and the Epis- were spinning wheels and spice ored the dentists who participate Drs Raymond Duke, Jarl the ness, to of accustom objects signs and
pal youth group and we are mills in It. Malwin, Frederick Strammer, The wolf Is almost extinct in names and in music, and
To begin the program, Mrs Leon Terry and Ronald Higel. the 48 contiguous states. It sequences art (4r f

Earl D. Edge, co-chairman, introduced The refreshment table was survives in appreciable numbers "It is for all
a new program
enice Gardens Couple Has Miss Lynn Corbett covered with a yellow linen
only in Alaska and partsof of us and in an experimental
cloth overlaid with lace cloth.
and Roy Bernius, Venice teenagers a Canada state" she said. 'It worked so %
who gave a short pro- A low basket of yellow and
Celebration gram of folk songs white daisies, white crysan- "
olden Wedding
Mrs. Edward Vitale, preaent I themums and yellow rosebuds kltAhiaW' )
dental chairman, then trac- formed the centerpiece, and
Mr and Mrs. William N. law, the George Schaefers of
"ottois\ of 243 E Shamrock Manasota Beach.
:.vd. celebrated their golden Also present were long-time
'melding anniversary Wednesy friends of the coupe, Mr. and Runaway Bay, < .
at their home with a fam- Mrs. Joseph A Stahl of Lake-

f dinner. wood, Ohio.
Attending were their daughr Mr and Mrs. Hottois were JAMAICAThe f {
and son-in-law, Mr. and married in Cleveland In 1914.
'n, Raymond Hill, and grand. He is retired from General Riviera of the 9
n, Allan Forest Hill; two of Electric Corp and they came
:re Hottois' sisters and a here to make their home seven CaribbeanRoads .'
"other-in-law. Miss Elite I years ago. l
haefer and Mr and Mrs of Venice. M1 .
aul Sobehart who flew in They are members Church to Romance --n
: from Nokomis
onday for the event of Ven-
>uth Euclid, Ohio, and Mrs and she is a
ottois' brother and siater-in- ice-Nokomls Garden 'AL0'CREMEFASHION *

7 $109 r i

VENICE MOVIE LOG DAYS per double person 6 ois $2.25

TROPICAL 1. 3 ou, $1.29


THRU SAT. TONIGHT ONLY Includes complete breatfaits People you know your friends and
gRound neighbors have gained financial Independence
Wall Disney's "The Notorious Landlady and sumptuous full course dinners ie with the help of a BANK '

and"The W a s SAVINGS ACCOUNT What they have
Airline Fare $49
Trip per person ,;. J
cf f
Three "PICNIC"FRI. done, you too can do.
Miami to Jamaica and return -- /
Maximum Limit 21 days .e Write your own Declaration of Independence I -
((3 Big Features) RUNAWAY BAY AFTER TAN QIr .

SUN. THRU WED. "TAMAHINE"Tony 6 axe $2.25 V.

Curtis end HOTEL & 4 CM $1.75 .,.., HIM m IMMI/ "VI arp 11m n vimet


end and 18. Hole RWAI

Christine Kaufmann "THE GUN I' *....* ",
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op*" nEaT NIGHT TRAVEL BUREAU 231 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 4S8.6774 1f' ...

"WILD & WONDERFUL"s Ml. N rr.a uul "-*' t" "yOOOO I I 314 VENICE AVE. W PH. 488.2238 Venice Medical Center Ph. 488.3985





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Holley CampaignFor PREMIUM BEER POPULAR BEER FAVORITE BEER INCLUDING: Coca-Cola Pepsi-Col a, Diet Drinks, 7-Up Canada Dry

Old Milwaukee Pabit Busch and other popular soft drinks. .
Barvanen' Carlingi Canadian SIZE KING
GovernorOrganization BUDWEISER MILLERS Ac. Silver Bar Tropical BUSCH BAVARIAN 16-oL
Natl' Bohemian BallentmeSchltti 6 pak C 6 pak C 6 pak C

of a South 6 pak 6 pak carton 44 carton 3 3 carton 3 5
County fund drive In 6 Pak c
support 1 C 12-01. pllll plus. disa
of ley Republican'i candidacy Charles for governor R. Hoi 12-01. $118 anon 98 bottles 7 8 depotit d.poIit cI.po.a
na announced tadby VenIce 12-01.
attorney Ralph L. Thomas cans cans deposit 'RICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIK CHEK STORE VENICE
The campaign is slated to
open today, according to Thomas --
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"with avn appeal to all vot- p-" -
ers, Republicans, Democrats
end Independents, alike."
Headed by Mrs Warren r VY-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE "Extra Yakd TrknuxT" Bone In Beef
Henderson, wife of the Repub.
lican state senator for Sara
I sots County the committee includes .
E. S. (Bill!) Ravmond,
F. H. Hanson, Oliver H. Col- CHUCK
lett, Mrs. Emily Thomas and ROAST 49
Sen. Henderson I
"Now you have another Per Pound
choice said Thomas as
: spokesman for the committee, A44V
: "vote Holley on Nov. 3 and .
rend your contribution to the
Campaign Fund for Charles R. '

Ave.Holley"If, Venice.the to me voter at 217 Is W.concerned Miami t \:), Levy Prlkef < 9' qit lty'**'pr!m> ftp, / VQt : t ,p :'

about the fu ure of the state ;
of Florida," added Thomas, .
"and if he is angry about the .... (ffed/WI./ ..... 2S 2711I
abuse the people as taxpayers FREE o..PbeSlnatdtPardlss..f" SUPERBRAND
have taken from the one-
party dynasty now he has an

this opportunity servative by voting program to overcome for of the Holley con all" 9 a.m. STORE to9 p.m HOURS, Men:thru Fri. 'L { + ; Spray Starch Margarine 2 IBs. 25cU.H

leg The to Holley the committee platform, accord.spokesman QsMttrf Rights ...."... ',,, y. IRrt wa 59c

pledges among other
things to veto any increase or AVI U BrtAVU
extension of the state sales '::
Pees 3 1n$100SAVI 1
tax, oppose any new taxes or : '
Increase present taxes by Ose Yew CM WHk $5 Mere MMChase .
eliminating in the waste in goy 4Tc DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY er Urt OM Year OMC Whk $5 er Mar DrIer UeK OM Taw Ooiet Vfhk 55 er Men(prig

without ernment a waste road spending building or scandal and program inaugurate Preserves 3 2J TIna $100 1 1SAVE Coffee Shortening Detergent I I'

303 Cans & Sanbora Excellent
Bridge Scores Con . Umit or Folger'i ASTOR

Monday BRIDGE, June STUDIO 15th, I p.m SAVE lOe tealf Gal ,-I. 1 3-i.c.. L C 3-c- C 6a.tK. fl e Paht- C ,
i CMSa c c 39 49 39
NORTH SOUTH Clorox' . UIIIIt 0.. 29l 5 9 149Regular Save Save Save Sir
f 1-NealOT Leo Eaton 971t.and Mrs. J J. I.WII-. DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK 20c 20c 1 14c 2
:2!-Miss Lucy Journeay and
Mrs James G. Hater, 94H. Bread 2 ho: 33'SAYEl
3-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and . .
Mrs. C.. E. Bryant, 88, DIXIE DARLING PECAN
1-Mrs. J. H. Morris and Col. Buns pit, 39'SAVI or Unpeeled
Vincent Dixon 106 ,
2-Mrs. Mav Barnas and Mrs. U. LIBBY VIENNA Chek Drinks Butter
Eleanor Sciacchitano, 92. IpricoIsSuusug
3-Mrs. Corrie Graff and Miss 5K $I IAVB IOO .
Sarah Pmer 85H .

Tuesday BRIDGE, Jane 16th STUDIO:, 7:36: H.mI Bc CRACKIN- GOOP! 1-Ib. No. 2'/a

r: ', -Harry Mrs C.Lawrence E. Bryant, 63'4 and. Mrs Cookies., . .8Z5cCHUN u 15 inns. $ I 00 ,Jar 5 9 C 5 CaDS $I 00

:S!-Miss Bars" "it. r and Mrs SAVE lie SAn Uc
J J M'i
3-4-Mrs.Ne1 J. Morris and KING Chinese Foods LWtFlfttel-ycw. 1Jalt0' ...... IWFiMPIaeae;
i" Leo Eaton, 514!!
34Mrs. Clare Carlson and FAMILY SIZE DIVIDER!! PAK

Al Journeav STUDIO Jr.. S1H! Chicken Chow Mein "." <>. 79c -, .. .. .
,:*H Wednesday, June 17th, 7:30: 2 SERVING DIVIDER PAK ; (Q'"uri; l'V". tprodote, In, :tj'ur" 'r>>..rocT\ : I '! :D' &''f, f
(; '". J::
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Chicken Chow Mein ** 59c
1-Mrs Louis J Unertle andMrs.
: I : Corrie Graff, 30 HO 2'* SIZEChow
I t 2-Mrs. Eleanor Sciacchitano
and Mrs. May Barcas<< 28. Mein Noodles 25
,i. Thursday, June 18th, p.m, .
NORTH-SOUTH Soya Sauce. 2 29c 10 ears
'i" 1-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and Leo
Eaton, 101.
2-Harry Reimer and 3. K. Sukiyaki. I Mix. Pal STle. 49c
i Hill, 93%. uQe; CRISP WESTERN
; 3-Dr. R. F. Wilcox and Col Sib S. 37c lettuce
.. Vincent EAST.WEST Dixon, 90'a. Friskies Dog Food JUICY YELLOW 2 for 39c 69c

1-Mrs. J. W. Kimball and Food. ,1WL1.Sle 37e Lemons dot. 29c
Mrs Harry Lawrence 106H Puppy .
2-Mrs. May Bargas and Mrs JUICY SANTA ROSA
J Eleanor Sciacchitano, 96. Dog Food with Sauce su.su.. 69c lb- 29c
3-W. C. Bose and Van B. Plums .
It Carter, 83.BRIDGE. Dog Food . s Sin 69c .

i !. 1-Friday Mrs. K., June W. Erickson STUDIO 19th, I p.m.and Dog Food 2 Ne.'TclC- 27c W-D Brand Lean Fresher fqijClltt 'M fSQ.:( tM{ .:tif jl ,p} ]

f' Mrs May Bargas 88H!! '

3-W.Mrs Loeffler. Louis J.77H Unertle and Roasl .. 59c Fryer Pal'ls'
Mrs. Corrie Graff, 74',. FROZEN FRUIT DRINK OK .
I 4-Mrs.. J. K. Hill and Harry Lemonade 9 99C 3-lb. W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BELL> BONE1ESS
Reimer, 734 Far $119 IfMttf C
Stew .. *.
"j'""j'" Friday, June I'rth, 7:30 p.m. $ .
I ( I NORTH.SOUTH' Fruit Pies .3''for 1 VAN nmitro-* -
.j i 1 Myron Schoenfeld and Cot :
.I. 'J Vincent Dixon, 784 TREASURE ISLE FROZEN BREADED Steaks. *- Sauerkraut :: 39
2-rs. C. E. Bryant and N.
,' K. Patton 78. Shrimp . 2o.E.Pke SUPERBRAND ... MMUM onwi RAND BAKED
3-Mrs. Elgin[ Morison and wl.Y
IIII I I I!I I.1 Mrs. T.. B. Richardson, nt,;. FROZEMVEGETABLES Hens. *. 39' SIL PicnicsSMALL Set Pb.. 49'ASTOR
r EAST WEST Ice Cream
f'' ''I 1-Mrs. ClaM Carlson and Al FRESH PORK ( tol2 lb.Avg)

,l' 23-Journeay Mr. and Jr.Mrs 75'i R V. Hams *. 49C DAIRY DEPtAIMOUR :
; Handley, 66'
I Half
i 2-3-Mrs. Ruth Serene and Speckled BaHer ttn 4 ge STAt REGUtAR SLICED WISCONSIN OlD FASHION
{! # I Mrs Louis J. Unertle, 66H tnjHik Peat Gal
f I Chop Cream a1.Style Broccoli Cent 5 For 99 Bacon. .. 49' Mild Cheese I&. 59'jjiijiijiiiiiiiiiiimF


:' : IIJ Ulll.MOII. Picnics 2" SwissCheese 29'HM
: :
: TkWAY ANLVRUIN THIS FINE Biscuits.; I case 39'
PiltlKhie. :
Loaf s o ar6iy a.ers
!l P Family .... """"""' ,,,?.? i n.Tta, t 1 'I '
: I fbmmm11'Jmmwnrm I Wieners 31c Cheese 2 ..; ,r.
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: "\..; ... lord.n-i Ige S:le Seen Half CMk Quick rr.- I
I :) 'i I :.P- Cremeri 49c I" I B.H.H.2T WMW.t.I' I ....e... ",. s96I 1

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ESJll'S I II the"Could Student GONDOLIER yoU put a" notice Job In Gardens Placeman is another who would I REAPPORTIONMENTContinued I VFW Auxiliary Returns I.

Justice of the peace, a I E ked S, like to parlay love of the ( from Pate 1)) r size county, I doubt If w. will federal judges who initially With Numerous AwardsVeterans
water into '
(Bill) a paying! summer gain representation In
Raymond "telling peo- I job. Chris, trlctinj according to popula- any ordered reapportionment are Walter Smith Ann Scott, Barrow -
Pie 18, offers to I change under of Foreign Wal'lPOlt
to call teach lion the court's new
my office, if reflected in the composition going to do it for them.
they Simpson Laura Walsh and
1964 swimming and order. If 8118 and Auxiliary re
nave diving
they come with
any summer Jobs teen"rs of the lower house." up a "The Supreme Court'i decision
Raymond said turned from the June 11-14 Gillette.
.1 can dot"Raymond the biggest big house, we might gain onerepresentative.
Mayor Smyth D. Broha:d this week was surpris
: Mrs
share of Norwood, hospital chairman
the student applica But state convention !In Cocoa
as againstthe
laid he currently tlons list a "The court't decision on reapportionment ing. I had anticipated that the Beach with several for District 10, received
variety of Jobs such rest of the Sunday
ha state we l likeIv -
I Is I
s 72 right In line court would order
applications from st u- as lawn care, housecleaning 1 I won't gain anything, relatively reapportionment honors and awards. a citation for 100 per cent reporting

den to with a good of its based
other on the federal
summer window system local activity of the district
fORDS employ washing and other t speaking. Mrs. Kenneth Norwood,
mwt. The decisions It Is just another with the house based
office of Raymond, chores the household on member of District 10 president and Mrs. Kenneth Wood local
director step In its policy of changingthe Former State Rep. George population and the
of Teen Haven, and er might like / senate based poppy chairmen won third
to farm out. was appointed patriotic
1\1. Edmondson
Constable constitution inter : "This is just .
Jack Knuckles I Many of the applicants over through another on representation."As instructor for the state, to place for her poppy program
youth center pretation. case of the U. S. Supreme far as Sarasota County work.
Galaxie 500 Hard president, Is 18 of She installed
servo years age also have driver Court serve one year. was
ing as a "The invading the fieldon is concerned, I believe it
clearing house for student licenses and .re available] constitutional specific as district presidentand AttendJn the convention
tops with V-8 auto. job seekers tor running errands or other ally say that state govern Constitution legislation delegated by the stands to gain representation will conduct her first district from here were: John Lundquist -
The Job applications, according jobs Involving transportation. ment Is In the hands of the to the states. Under the plan which was to meeting on July 28 in ; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
matic-power steer to Raymond, cover Ages of the job seekers state and that means that the "Until something Is done by be voted upon in November, Sarasota. Girard; Mr and Mrs. Kenneth
a wide range
range of classifications from from 13 years to boys and girls makeup of its legislative body Congress to provide legislation but which is now moot, we The Bay Pines Hospital workers Wood: Mrs. Clarence Kroener; I'
ingradioheater lawn mowing to scuba home from college for thesummer. Is In the hands of the state. to stop the Supreme Court'i would have lost one of our under the leadership of Mrs. Claudius Rasmussen; Mr. ;
< and from babysitting to diving Raymond said the i Why, some states even have action !In meddling !In state representatives. Now I look for Mrs. Claudius Rasmuasen, won and Mrs. Frank Korinek and
white sidewall tires Ing. tutor. city plans to hire some six or unicameral (one house) lea Is- legislation, nothing will stop us to get that "one back, and first place citation for their Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nor-
Tom Mendelssohn eight older boys about July latures. the development of a strong maybe get two. work both In and out of Vet- wood.
of Venice centralized State Senator Warren Hend ,(/
"This Is a ridiculous decision, government apparently
Gardens 1 for repainting of marker erans hospitals. They were
for instance Is seeking You headed by the erson was out of town and
pick UP this morning'spaper Supreme
lines on the ed for h.vlnthe/ most com I
underwater airstrips at the
Only $2495. The 18-year-old salvage work. Venice Airport, (Tuesday) and you see Court. could not be reached for com plete all-round .irogram for the Swim In i
student lists ment.
himself The summer employment where the court has made a "As far as Florida Is con. year. S70
scuba diver as a qualified skin and service for youngsters !is under half dozen more decisions cerned, it looks like a stalemate Receiving citations, with I
the sponsorship of the Teen which go against the American at the moment. It Is Tibaldi Loren Film Mrs. Rasmussen. were: Mesdames WaterAT
Chris Leet, also of Venice Haven Youth Center. concept of government doubtful if there will be a special "Afda" At AsoloA Clarence Kroener, Kim
$95. Down "I haven't the lightest Idea session, of the legislature Dinar, Jay Kellerman Joe
1ItrflL w -"' M'I.i; '''', I 1IiIiIIlII' -- how reapportionment now will between now and November; It film version of Verdi's Austin and Harry Howard. Warm Mineral
affect Sarasota County. In the l Is possibly Florida will take opera, "Alda," sung by Renata Auxiliary Pink Ladies who
recent apportionment, which the attitude that the Supreme Tebaldl and acted by Sophia work at Venice Hospital re- .'
Payments as low as Frost-Proof..a the court has knocked down, Court has told us we've got to Loren, will[ be presented by ceived recognition at the con Springs
Sarasota County lost repre- reapportion not let the Supreme Ringling Museums Members ventlon and will be given
$60.00 terrific FRIGIDAIRE sentation. We have two and Court tell us how to do Guild at Asolo Theater tomorrow awards at the district meeting. 12 Mils South ol' Venke
per mo. value! one-third votes In the legislature It." and Saturday. Members are Mesdames Andrew On US 41
two representatives and Attorney E. G. (Dan) Boonti Film time will be 2:30: and Helleis, Alice Rhodes
1 = -_ 1A one senator, the latter shared "In my opinion the state leg. 8:15: p.m. Matinee admission Is
64 BUICK Special convert- I with two other counties. Now islature has no choice but to 75 cents and evening tickets, I
tbls, V8, AT, PS, R & H, we have only two votes, a sen- go ahead and reapportion Not $1. Tickets may be purchasedat
WSW. r ator and a representative that that !is the beat course. the door prior to each per '
acl "Sarasota being a middle. But if it doesn't, the three formance. rDO
64 BUICK Special, 2 door I If NOW 1 I

sedan, Aqua V6, At R, -' i''
Heater, WSW, PS. t rrr,. Venice Gardens NewsBy ,
f lit litI SAVE!
64 BUICK Special, 2 door l r

sedan, green, V6, AT, R, I MRS. VICKI FREEMAN
H, WSW. i, Phone 488-6764 THE PRICE OF THESE HOMES I

64 BUICK Special, 2 door I Congratulations to Mr. and etc. to tempt any palate. Becker; i. Donna Pullen; 3. WILL BE INCREASED $600. ON

sedan, Rote, Y6, AT, R, 1 i Mrs. James Saxman. 255 Sea- -0Relclsltatlon [Carol Fey.Smallest. JULY 1st.
; Road, who celebrated
H, WSW grape !is now open at 1. Hope Johnson;
their Golden Anniversary THE MARTINIQUE/ III/
Wedding 2.
the Rec Center for anyone interested Shannon Kelley; 3. Susue
64 CHEVY II Nova, 2 door, on June 18, with an in Red Cross junior Packard. 3 bedroom 2 bath family room garage.
Blue, 6 cyl. AT, R, H, 1 Open House from 3 to S. Amongthe and senior lifesaving courses Moat Handsome 1. Susue 1706 sq. ft. of air conditioned living are*.
WSW. i numerous guests were Venice They will be held in the eve Packard; 2. Stephanie Kelley; Lot 86' x 120'. I
Gardens residents as well THE BIMINI/
P''. sGl nings. 3. Jane Webrand.
64 CHEV Impala Super Sport .,.pl' wrda as people from surroundingareas Each child who entered a pet 2 bedroom 2 bath garage screened l'''
and far Ohio.
Cp., V8, AT, R, H, PS, Modal FPDS-14B-3,137S Cu.fl. as- -away as Saturday at 3 p.m. the Stuffed was given a number and the porch. 1300 sq. ft. of air cond. living erea.
WSW, Bucket Seats Pet Show was held at the corresponding number was BOTH WITH CITY WATER AND SEWER.
No frost, no defrosting ever, even In freezer! Venice Gardens Pool Schedule Rec Center by the junior coun placed on the pet entered. The SEEN AT :
64 COMET 4 door sedan, Packages never stick together A delight to uses : cil. The judges Kathy Mona judges picked the winners by;
White, 6 cyl., PS, AT, R, 1 ISO Ib. bottom freezer has lift-out basket Monday to 5, open swim han, Cheryl Raffner, Lila Joe- number and not by the name. EAST GATECypress
H. WSW. Tuesday thru Saturday-10 to ckel and Sara Havenstrite,
Twin vegetable Hydrators 5, open swim. chose the following winners: Because our culture condemns St. I bit. South of E. Venice A.,..
64 FALCON door, White, hold % bushel alcoholism in
nearly Sunday 1 to 8:30: open Most Cuddlesome I. Jim women CALL 488-4242
6 eyl., standard ,shift R, swim. more than in men, there are
Roomy storage doer has $ 395 Fey; 2. Jane Webrand; 3. Chester A. Mayer
H, WSW. thru to probably more hidden alcoholics
space for eggs, even Monday Saturday Shannon Kelley. Contr.
among women, says the
!Vigal. cartons 8, family swim. Cutest-1. Tony Stickeleath-
64 FALCON door, Brown week Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -
6 eyU AT, R, H, WSW. Every shelf full-width, per WITNothing swims Two, Wednesday exceptions and to Friday family, er Pullen.; 2. Mary Fox; 3. Belinda Program. a"'.. ....-"" .. --...........'" '- ". .. N

64 FAIRLANE 500 Station full depth. Down 8:30 to 8 is the time set for Most Lifelike 1. Stephanie

Wagon, Yellow, V8, AT, the Water Ballet Class. Kelley; 2. Stephanie Kelley; 3.
R, H, PS, WSW. -0- C. J. Becker.
Venice Electric Appliance HUNGRYT Take advantage Largest-1. Scott Becker; 2.
64 FAIRLANE 500 4 door te of the snack bar locatedat Hope Johnson; 3. David Theen.
dan White, V8, AT, R, Authorized Sales 6 Service the Rec Center. Now under Most Loved 1. Todd Pul- -!
I the management of Mrs. Fea-
H, PS, WSW. len; 2. Mary Fox; 3. Sean
ron, there are light lunches,
64 FORD Galaiie 500 4 dr. 133 W. VENICE AVE. PH. 488.28344 hamburgers a variety of sandwiches Kelley. _

HT. V8, AT, R, H, PS, G .r'''''' ___ !,L, ">' '- -.w. _. .._i soft drinks, ice cream, Most Unusual- 1. Christine \ l

WSW, Air conditioning. ;. .


Blue, 6 cyl., AT, R, H, ji iii L
WSW. when you
64 PONTIAC Catalina 2 dr,

HT AT, R, H PS, PB, _
WSW, Air conditioning. DINE OUT = s =_-=__

6 i3 CHEV. Impala' 4 dr. HT, l'lit t ''il
White VB, AT, R, H, PS .. I


iJ FORD pick up, VB, white
.=-'-- i' :L "':1- r .mSMITTY'S AIIi1IIIIL'I! !!
6>3 WILLYS pick up, 4 WD .


dan, White, V6, AT, R, H RESTAURANT & LOUNGE I
6 i3 CORVAIR 4 dr., 700, blue g ON THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOOD r
AT R, H, A Baby Doll PRIME RIB ROAST OPEN DAILY 6:00: A.M. to 9:00: P.M.
Come by boat or by Autol I

Siege, V6, AT, R, H, PS. BROILED STEAK "'to 0 I Friday & Saturday Nights r

n FALCON 2 dr. HT, white StoreThe SHRIMP DINNER All you can eat! '
red bucket seats, V8, AT, Paclaqe Liquor Phone 474.1310 S2.20 A shockingdeclaration
R, H, WSW. Trail & ,

4 dr. Veniee Ave. Ph.\ 488-996S ... ..""' I'tT'! t r.'III'IIitaBUSINESSMEN'S
62 FAIRLANE 500, sedan
V8 AT, R, H, WSW.
62 CHEV Bueayne 2 dr. sedan
6 cyl., standard shift, 16 OZ. 641 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488.2813Frosted

R, H. c about big cars
Your favorite SC fc MUG-O-BEER Serving Breakfast 6 A.M.
62> RAMBLER 4 dr. wagon SANDWICHES Vfttfr 30e


Int., standard shift, R, H BROASTED CHICKEN -

62> FORD Gfllaxte 500, 2 dr. BAR & RESTAURANT : SALAD BAR J

HT, V8, AT, R, H, WSW, Just South of Bill Phillips Ford Take Out Orders saving moneyWho J

62 CHEV Bel Air 4 dr. sedan, r

V8, AT, R, H, PS. WHARF The Driftwood Inn Restaurant
says you've got to buy a little car to save a bundle?
62' CHEV 4 door wagon, Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge SOUTH OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD We deny it. Emphatically.

cyl., AT, R, H Whit. P AIMS serving "Food that ,h Making r*. Lemon Bay Area foment" We don't tell little cars with the name Chrysler on 'em. Wa
61 I BUICK Special 4 dr. le 'po LUNCH f from ......... 5e
dan, V8, AT, R, H, Air r ; DINNER from : .... ... $I.S SMORGASBORD 52.25lUNCHEg only sell one size Chrysler. Big. We think kid-brother cars cut
MONDAY 5:30: to 9 P.M.SMORGASPREAD. down on your dollars, come trade-in time.
61 I FORD 4 dr. HT, Blue b SPECIALS
White, V8, AT, R, H, PS. Seafood $1.QO Honest declaration: right now in our showroom there's full-
5t... 11:30: to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN.I size Chrysler. Hot Handsome. Proud. Prestigey. And well bet
61 I CHEV Impale' Conv. whiteV8ATRHPSWSW
ChickenP" REGULAR MENU AVAILABLE we can put you in it for less than you'd pay for one of those
N. OF VENICE AVE. 488-437KING'S Dive & Flo Behreni P<". 474-3312 gussied-up jr. editions.
ON P.T. 41 __ Try us.
61 I PONTIAC Tempest 4 dr., .! .-

Blue, AT, R, H, Air r TABLE COME AS YOU ARE! See your Chrysler dealerthebest

61 I OLDS 4 dr. sedan, Blue ft r
white, PS, PB, R, H, Air I FOR FINE FOODS Bay Vista of the big car men

Served From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m We eater to parties, MOTORS 00101


LUNCH from ........ 6Sc t SALAD BAR
ESTIL'S DINNER from . .. '*' ,.i Complete I Dinner Served until 9 PM WOOD CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH MOTORS INC


215 S. Trail Ph. 488-6541 2 bReck4)N. cf Ph Venice 488-6333 Ave Rotary Meets Here Tuesday Noon ph. 474-1880 1500 !South Tam.ami Trail Venice Phone f B-67.45 I

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: '1j Junior Division, Farm System

'L rtt End Little league Seasons

\ Lanes !M soon and MR arii rarer Den
raw Chords w ..... (CInt.Af .
,nt plan Ma till Wind ("h..lo.Ph-I Im -
..MONDAY. Taus I.NmH1'120 MinD eaty Rurkrtt-..4 amuldI. A Ui at thy ..'-.on.rd tha Gult, Florida Power it Light Company league home run title with six Koenig the loser ton led the Kiwanis hit

tl.tly B6 812!. CM Cr,p.r. lL!<,m..... Nun r-. Holt Tallnn" foe lant .11 w I.*toot a... top pointa..0.when... anmIM I Eon. t J. and Venice Lions posted made a determined' bid to hit Young and Shaver had two with two apiece, while Gordon parade
007. BrtW Hiirk.O. 514. .
Raima. UII, ArtI.". Beam Dnlln satin., hit now, nf V".2 II for 000 victories Monday night over his seventh but Gentzler hits apiece for the Lions and StHHblMdded to the
lit' BtaJidlnva Bummers Nunwv. in icr aa Kaomnn't ahaHow nff 221 hy ."Dp....pin Sod twlrlo.aJn 87. m. j \ its Venire Elks and VeniceNokomis caught his line drive against Joeckel and Koeniff each causa

t I/1- :Rwlawonl Devlin. Ganun Nuraery.:';10Tram Pun; Oil p7.I Ie : des .Liik. rhanton. n.'pH vllb ,hi. Bank respectively, to ring the fence in right field and doubled for the Bank. The lone The only hits collected
TUS8DAY WQMBNS! SCTUTCH lop mtf of mil and Hal Mvrr .d od down the curtain another fired the ball back to first to by
u 461 aprl.. fnr tJlo wlnnora Johnsragllwe on Lion extra-base was David Osprey were a triple
ft Stack. Pesky II>-701: '.* ..., ..... Gulf] Little double Rose.
Two I. 141.1847. Bundlnn. MGM'.. top ......,M Gulf Tatlon with an a League junior di- Knott triple-his second of a double by Bill Baleyann
lt-4! P...... lid : Th. Laba, 10-4 __ vision seasonSouthpaw Young ended the game by the year. single by Randy Young
,! -I.e.Made Poss rolled aa all apara ..... Tho .Indies InvaiM the popularKINGS Dennis Crawford making a fine play at shortstop Saturday action saw Osprey Dalton allowed only

WENS B !WRAITH Adolph P,dw and took. TOURNEY ton rind:out on of the Tuesday m.n.a illicit aa la ". hurled the Kilowatts to a 3-1 on a harp: hit ball by Jeff Recreation downing Venice Ro- hits In pitching the Kiwanl three
1"sin"*". Taam Standing 11. 201Team Ton: 11, .1M It.: HO TinBrmba ..d ..,... moan\ out of. ton pot whfn.. 1 ,d verdict over the Elks. He gave Pender tary 17-7. and Osprey Merchants their victory over First Ni

10-4 : Hull Katy tMIFN1 ... Node."..Bate i1 pn.t twnd o 411' .p h..dl..I'h. doubles M.lb.5..b. Sr. up only two, hits and tied the Twigg worked the first six defeated Nokomis tional. He fanned eight ani

I i Tmm 10.A 251 HCRATIH; John B.J Larrr,.. Teem Johnson 1: ...... rood Sin 'h. 17 prlt. 511000 forIhn season s strlckout record of 13. innings for the Bank and gave Lions. 118Venice walked three. His opponent

tit: T..., 1, Ml.Ittl, gun 4. H-4 : Tmm J, 114: Ton 1 I. 11-4. \ the Venice Lions. ran' mark of 19 wins and two while
FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Jim Lot. John Bmnlona and la Fryr the thw "' nine and walking two. Koenig s posting nine stnkeout!
,I ..... ...... th a .08 i and Rill Rlnrhait and Co.",, losses to finish five in and
lit: 8ua Rou. 4 > : Land nuke lank the fourth .am.. ('on>..'rnbow Jeff Sourbeer, Crawford relieved and struck out three.walked games walking two.
OSun manN, R1Brymour: Bus: !Mouarnnan Mualr. 48'.: Land 2114 nt b; Al C.II.h.n and Or., mound opponent, whiffed 12 one and was touchedfor front of O"PI"f'V Recreation and Struble had two single
Nlrholi potted thr high Mr aa neon of and two hits Osprey Merchants the second lead Kiwanis at the Vhi
iStajidiiura unavalabla duo to mmplrta 157* for W. total plna prlaa was touched for only three plate
wore not Ming tutiiad IB te daak,. safeties For the Lions, Young went olnce teams with 14-7 marks. lone extra-base b10w Was
Twm Q".llIyf.. / ... liiaThlnl Annual' HIM? I The Elks scored their run in six Innings and Fowler two. Florida Power & Light cameIn double by Blizzard Also
i Handlrap Ch.mplon.hip rnntln garnering -
Venetian Bowl drtornt n. th* ...... that will 'r'"wont aAC aIC the first Inning when Crawford Young fanned nine and did not fourth with 11 wins and 10 hits for the winner
CYRO V.n.lan Pool. at Gnu ." Issued four of his 10 walks walk a batter while pitching defeats, Venice-Nokomis Bank were Richard Rohlwlnj
... Dal.
Pormarlr ".rl Wrna I anaa) ha Ao.. local. bowler ran ullfr
BERLIN SIGNS LKAGlk.; poatnlanma hla Sunday nla-ht at S pm. for a.h.n. liven up during the game. four-hit ball Fowler gave up and Venice Rotary tied for ton and Sherman
non .oraa and many pacu aa .. at the 17 ftOO prlaa money. soot They threatened In every Inning no hits, struck out none and fifth with 9.12 records Venice Jimmy Canner. Mike
....... Rich
th. lead rhanrnl. h.ni. nwhm I'll t la thla hip nimament, t .Vjr B".plln -- Elks seventh with
Ui. Bun Punt. loan HI VI.I1 > M loot funds'.n.lit'.ins with but could not capitalizeon walked none. were seven and Deans got the hits for
to Anchor Ol '. hirh-arn hr Los Fryaa 818 ala on "amaa of dot ....'.h wrln and with hla 71 pin, ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD Jeff Sourbeer brought his "Dad s Day" Lions came in last with In other
100-11.-184. AI Calahin'. 2".20'.189' landlcap loUiled 474 Earl El ye follow. gift home a day early when he finished fourth in his Greg Winesette and Chuck action Venice Shop.
'04 and bolatond. by jack BIlok'. 201- .4 l with a 611 the Anchor Oil lour potted aarf .... 1>00.... a 111Tha division in the annual Southwest Florida junior golf tournament both Senior Division
M-SII-Sai (or the Iran.. hlBh. I. held last week at Fort Myers Sharing Jeff trophy singles The hit makers The Standings over Osprey Tuesday and First
rama and aarlra sOb 2'08.! Hrnry Sahrdar Z LtCKY BUCK i.i.In for FP&L were J. J. Valder Kiwanis first half championsIn National Bank downed Sarasota
Van Kootm rollrd a 2M for kla IUD bframlnaaa popular that all o'"r here is his father, Henry Jeff scored rounds of 90-97-95-92 rama, Mark Ramlow and Lanry the senior division, upped Federal 42. In
faint use but to H0 avaiL tow friend poll a Saturday
ng ara rrquwted ta for a 72 hole total of 374SarasotaVcnice.
In for.. rmirvatfona If they npvrt 10 Jeffrey JINIOR DIVISIONFlnal their lead n the second half to nl !ht contest.

Pfd Doom led. th., Psin'a, Barter ,leis In ton fun. Call 4KS-32W and ba A walk an error and a < garand Half three full games by posting a Mike Graff, Jimmy Carney
Phnp r.lh of .
.nsrtw in l.pnlnt 01 ,00 "n .nor' .rot.I W L Pro
double by Valderrama' produc Vrniw, t Ion. .. J. I .... trio of victories during the past and Mike Rich teamed up for
Windjammer ed the first two Kilowatt runs 0,00000. Mnrhanta .-. .. I I ..727(1.pOn week the Bankers to hold Sarasoti

Marathon Scheduled In the third innin*. The final KarraatlimHmlda Power I.hrhtVanlwNnkmla .... S I S 6 .Tl1,IB They donned Sarasota Fed Federal to only two hits. Graf(
Tourney ally came on Jeffrey single Bank .. 4 T ..114V..I. eras, 7.2, on Thursday; whipped was the winner

I Set And a pAir' of Elk .errors ... Rotas!FIb .._..__._ y 4 Y T ..164.751Ventre Osprey, 13.4. on !Saturday! : and Taking the loss was Bob Aus

Sweepstakes SaturdayThe Extra Innings 4cikomU LtonaVanlra .. .... 0 11 .000 Tuesday night defeated First tin, who gave up 10 hit while

Saturday Night At MyakkaMyakka A three-run eighth Inning fRw.en1--R.-dl National Bank, 7.2. fanning eight and walking

.. Third Annual Windjammer a,m.. dependent on tides and was the difference In the 4-1 1 W L 1',1. Richard Blizzard was the three

Sweepstakes will be held Kind. In the past, with little ecision posted hv Venice t.Inna ..._._.,. IS I .MItapray & winning pitcher in the decisionover Mike Rich, Graff, Vaughn
.._ T M7Htprar
Myakka Lanes will be the six rrhanw 14
Lee Landry, Al Simmons, Saturday. This invitationalrace wind and tides against them, Lions over Ve-No Bank, Both ( RMraatHK ..__ II t .8n I Sarasota Federal. Danny Miller, James Cobb rapped' mil
I scene Saturday night of the Chuck Reiter Gerry Duke, Bill is jointly sponsored by boats have been seen crossingthe teams were scoreless for four Florida I'owar Lldht _. 11 ,IDulMNoanmla ..121 Jarvis took the loss Richard two hits apiece for the win.

first bowling marathon ever Dalton, Court Willis. Jayson the Sarasota Sailing Squadronand finish line during most of innings before the Lions used Vanlca, Rotary _Bank. _.___ 112 tit .429.429 Rohluing and Steve Brown had ners.

I to be held in Venice Starting Stafford, Vic McClain, Harold the Venice Yacht Club the afternoon. The Coast Guard three hits to take n 1-0 lead. Von'.. Elk. __ 'U .1" two hits apiece for Kiwanis, Farm System-
at 10 36 local keglerswill Manco Bill Stahl Nokomla Llnnalalnrdara 1 10 .041
pm George Registration will begin at 9 Auxiliary will have boats patrolling Jeff Jones led off the too ofthe KaaullaOapray while Jarvis garnered a pair The Yankees proved to be
endeavor to last through Leonard, Al Callahan, Tom a m Saturday, with a skipper the course fifth by striking out. Mike Rfrreatlon. Vwilr Rotary T for Sarasota Federal. the class of the field in the
24 games and pick up a por- Enoch and Lynn Rosa, 0....., Merehanta 11. Nokomla LlonaI
Young followed with his In the Osprey game Kiwanis second half of the Farm
tion of the in meeting at 9:30.: Start of the Trophies will be awarded at sec A I System
The $900 bowlers prize money race is scheduled for 10 a.m. the Venice club at 4:30: p.m, and single of the game Larry Mnnda.< .. 100501101Y.nl. took a 6-2 lead In the first Inning program They posted an
ride the top 10 will di from City Pier. Cochairmanof A pool party for race particIpants Surris singled and Johnny Los. 4. Vw11t. No..I. B.nk : and upped It to 14.2 after 8.0 mark to lead the second

"kitty$300.; Second with the top \Wright Sought the race are Charles Clarkof and Sarasota Sailing Shaver was safe on on error 1D CL I, Vanlra' Elba 1 two frames. They added four place Pirates by three- full\

will man be getting for place the Sarasota Baling Squadron Squadron members will be held loading the bases. Bobby San YARSiSTEI more in the third and Osprey games.
: good $200 and third :
place $100 and C. C (Chips) Johnsonof In the evening chez then plated Young with (Final. Strand came up with a pair to close A championship game between .
the Venice\ Yacht Club. Race I referred to R single] up the middle, and H.ltIW L Prt. out the run making the Yankees and the
The remainder will be divide Affectionately Burris was nipoed at th. plate Vankara ...._____._ 0 1,OOtPtrataa Don Willis gamed the mound White Sox, winners of the first
I On Check ChargesJim committee boat at the start Is locally as the I.B.O.R. (Itty ._..-_ 15 .i6
cd as follows: expected to be Clark's Ark Bitty Ocean Race), this sailing for the second out of the In. Indiana ___- 4 4lapray .1OtI victory and Ricky Braun was half, will be held Wednesday

Fourth $70: fifth, $60: sixth, and race committee membersat event is one which has been line Tommy Pitcock flied out ( ...____ 4 4 ..BOOWklta the loser' night at 7 p.m. at Municipal
10. I 0 .110Dod.
$50: seventh $40; eighth $30: Wright erstwhile the finish line will be aboard greatly increasing in popular I to deep left field to end the .... .. ...- _- __? 1 t 121 Ron Sherman and Steve Dal Field.

ninth, $25: 10th, $25. pro at Venice Cast, Quad City goli Clement D. Shaw's Tar Baby ity since its inception three rome. /Be...:.:.:.:;::R: ,-"' '''' .. ,'.......-.....- ....--..... ---
Bowlers entered in the event The Bank came back to knot .rodlw
Committee members at the It is the Southern L TlrdV.
include: course and owner of the Shirt finish are Johnson Mrs. Sid- years ago the count on a Lion error. a ..._ .. _____ \I S 1
Suncoast Sailors to the
and Slax Shop on Venice Avenue answer double II0M ...-___ I S I I
Herman Duke, Woody Drake is being sought by Con- ney- Schroder and Shaw. S.O.R C, the F.O.R.A, and the bv fandv Joeckel And '''hi... Bog __ 5 I IPint.
Don a singly by David Root! A fine .. ___ I 9 5
Spittler Ron Spittler, Mel stable Jack Knuckles on a The course runs from City Royal Gaboon throw from India .. 1 1 4Oudpn
Terri, Don Hendricks, Bob $3.000 worthless check charge. Pier Sarasota past the sea ceriterfield by Burris 4 IS 1
; Pearson, Bill Smith, Bob Norman Knuckles said buoy at Big Pass to the halfway kept Joeckle from scoring 'Flrnt half ..I.n.... WhIW Boa and
a warrant on Poles of Invariably Yankaaa will tar Farm
occur pay IratrmrhampHHuh
magnet the
a tin Rose hit that drove In
Austin Shock Larry Vickers the check charge signed by I mark boat one mile northof in pairs. When :'p. Wadnarday, July I ., ILait
a -
magnet Jeffrey
Butler who
Terry Sourbeer, Fred Net'son Estil Balsinger of Estil!' Used Midnight Pass. and on to had reach p.m.
is broken in two, new poles ed first the Wadnaadayl Raaaltat
on error and had
Lou Kelly Harold Venice
Craig finish line at the
Cars was issued Tuesday by the KhlM Hoi 12. Uaprry 11
Bill Bodager, Don Heath, Bill Justice of the Peace E.S. (Bill) jetties All classes of boats, each appear piece near contains the break one so positive that. dvanced. to third on Joeckel'sdouble. 1.1...... 16 II.lodgers Ind'ana SYaiaaaa tU't t

I Grove Ed Ross I Raymond. Bond including gnu above Windmills '
was set at Halyrdara KraultaiDodgcn
and one negative pole. In the
top of the eighth
And Clay Cooper Bill Hend $5,000, may be entered. 11. WOIM HOE 1
the finish Shaver led off with a single Plrataa IT. Indiana I
Arrival time at
A second warrant for $180
a Yankees 11. Uaprcy I
check drawn May 4 on the En- line is strlclh set by weather Bobcats and bears have be- and Sanchez walked to put run.

Junior Division glewood Bank against Insufficient conditions The c..orful catamarans come so rare that they will require hers on first and second Lester SENIOR DIVISIONW
Gentzler fanned for the L GilL
In complete
; funds also are expected to be nearly protection
was signed ___
Klwanla S 1-
Tuesday by Balsinger. The first, possible as early: at 11:30: if they are to survive first out of the Inning and then Saraaola .......1 ._ a 4 S
Wesley Turner forced Sanchezat Pint, National Hank I I IV
$3.000 check drawn
was May second for the Vrnioa bhoppnc tamer: 4 I 4
t Names All-Stars 23 on the Englewood Bank second out Oapny. .__...,1 T .
David .
followed with
1 after atriple Saturday RraaltaKiwana
Wright already had closed
that bounced from ; 1.. O.p_ I
(ut his account, according to Jii1W1Tii1T11I the Bank away blest .National. 4, ....-. Frd..... ITo.
Knuckles right fielder to score ...... RaaultaiVrniea
Shaver and Turner. Knott then Bhopplnic C..... I. Oapray IVorfaltl NaHe's
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For The District 2 constable said
Tourney PlayA scored when Eugene Fowlerwas
; Wright reportedly has left the hlwanla T. First National I
safe on an infield error. Ton,ihl'. 8 I I area, Barry Knott grounded out to radarat ... Shopping CanUr,

I player All Star team end the innin*. ;:W pmSalaruaya Schadulatgaraaeta .

J will represent the Gulf Little I Double Play radaral ,.. 0....,. I p...

League junior! division i in tournament Rella Beighey David Rose was hit by a It lAprsyKsri.,, ... Shopping eon..... I:>0laaadayi N
J play, which gets underway J pitch to open up for the Bank ....... at. V..,..
July 23 at Sarasota. I a In the bottom of kVnadnlatUiprry
the eighth.
I ,.. rlrat Matlonal I p.... al
Selected by the managers Mark Koenig, who ended the Vmta
the members of the team and Winner year tied with Gordon Tison Shopping On tar ... Baraaota Fadrral
I 1 ''J p.... at Vantoa.
their parent club are as follows of Osprey- Recreation for the Knd of axuon.

I Gordon: Tison Joey Moulton Rella Belghey's 34 took ClassA

,I and Bobby Sanders, Osprey honors in the eclectic tour ALWAYS VILIGANT!
f" Recreation; George Yahraus nament held yesterday at Lake

: I fl and Terry Glisson. Osprey Merchants Venice Golf Club by the Lake

:, ; Larry Burris, Johnny Venice Vomens Golf Associa y'y' dDON'T The Alligator is shrewd, alert and
I Shaver Mike Young, Eugene tion. fr

i i Fowler and Barry Knott, Venice i Runnerup in Class A was always watchful.The .

I I Lions; Gerald Perlick and Jerry Urankar with a 36 responsibility of a newspaper is

: Kenny Curry, Venice Rotary; Class B winner was Leila LOOK NOW.: ....
: Dennis Crawford Florida Pow. Hermansen with a 35'whne based on these same characteristics. aO n
... wncuesoftosAKfSHowfHs US( SAVINGS Oof/OS
''J er & Light: and Mark Koenig:, Bee Stewart and Lucy Jour
I I Venice-Nokomis Bank neay tied for second place with SHREWDNESS of decision ta
4 The four alternates are David 39's, 0KOME laXfSnMDStVSffffESe UNITED STATES

,! Sittler Osprey Merchants; Betty O'Shaughnessy was low .s4V7IIIGS 8Qt.tS. 71(1$/$ PFJQE1SYCAVVFNiENTNWy7o best protect the interest of the reader
Tod Twin, VenlcE'- Nokomi.I no'IT oEA4 Ey7NfymVFARrF4Dys4tED.ir \
1 scorer in Class C with 33
4 I, ::1 I Bank; Paul Taylor, FP&L; and Two strokes back at 40 was / )tyJMAV A ffFWD COM/MO Off)KX: # '63 TAX) TMMKtTCVEKB public.
Allen Bates Venice
Ethel Bickel, who finished sec- FCifie.D aaN&H&Y70TXE IT AND
ond in this bracket WHEN 1"tXJC> C/OE 707JlKEtrIN S.4WAGSBANDS ALERTNESS in reporting all the

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an ABCX/TIT/ THE NEIL HOMES current activities of your community.
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Kourmef; Chef /Is Van Carter'' Jehovah's Witnesses To Go School Panel Studies Possibilities I

trami Cold and'cuts corned of salami beef, accom-, pas- To Jacksonville Convention [ Of Classroom Ringling TV!! Programs

panied by hot German potato Forty members of the Engle'l

salad, were served to the 46 wood congregation Members of Florida Educational Donahue, director, and Char the state board of education,
members and guests of Venice Fashion Appeal hovah's Winesses will attend Television Commissionmet les Harra controller, of the and one lay resident of either
Gourmet Club at the June din- the district convention in Jack Museums.A .
at the Ringling Museums Ringling county to be nominated by the
ner Wednesday evening at My. Starts At Six sonville July 912. last week with Manatee and new engineering breakthrough other committee members.
,c akka Lanes Gourmet Room. Total attendance is expectedto Sarasota County public school in the TV transmission'
} fJ Guests were Mr. and Mrs. By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP be 13.000 from 18 states and authorities to discuss the benefits field, recently approved by the
Ed Ball and Mr. and Mrs. E. Puerto Rico Mr. Russell Hord,
Fashion Writer of a TV station at Ringling FCC for public achool use, was
C Peterson of Casey Key. NEW YORK tAP) Influence presiding minister in Englewood Museums to the public educational explained by engineer Kessler.
Major Domo William Court a child until she is 6, as said. This Is one of 37 Institutions in the West This inexpensive method of
Introduced the short program conventions to be held this year Coast is 2500
the philosophy goes, and she area.Participating transmitting o mega-
and introduced the membersand will under sponsorship of the the cycle multiple address system
be yours forever. It is a In meetingwere
their wives who are celebrating Watchtower Bible and Tract allows 6 different programs
r philosophy which the fashion James Etheridge, Jr., executive *
anniversaries and industry takes very much to Society. secretary, and WilliamJ. to be transmitted simu- TOU'RE BUILDING? CONGRATULATIONSWE
birthdays this month. He also heart. The Jacksonville meetingwill Kessler, consulting engineer, taneously from one central processing /
ljip' presented the Gourmet hat to Eager conspirators are the take place in the Coliseum.The of the Florida ETC; Representative area.Following WE HAVE FINEKITCHEM
Van Carter, June chef du Jour. mothers, willing propagandists convention program will Jack Hanson; Russell a discussion of
Col. James Kalec, executive for the cause of clothes-con feature Bible discourses, dem- Wiley, superintendent of Sara programming needs for public INSTALLATIONSWE'RE
chef, and Von Carter were. as- sciousness from the very be- onstrations and illustrative sota County schools; Professor school education, the group decided
sisted In the kitchen by Homer ginning of their daughter's means of furthering the min- Raymond D. Cheydleur, chair to appoint an advisory
Johnson and Dr. Harry Mog- lives. Unwitting accomplicesare isterial work of the Witnesses. man of the Speech and Drama committee to study the feasi- -
ford. proud daddies, unable to Dept., Manatee Jr. College; J. bility of a TV studio in the
a+ k Served with the cold cuts Blackburn superintendent two-county area. This committee i 4 _
conceal their pleasure at the Gov. Farris Bryant addressing Hartley !
and hot potato salad were! sight of their dress-up sweethearts the annual meeting of the of Manatee County will be composed of Rus- I
horseradish-lime salad, coleslaw Florida Council of 100, said schools; Richard H. Stewart, sell Wiley and Hartley Blackburn -
jI small Kosher pickled Perhaps love of beautiful that Florida has built as many assistant superintendent of In- one member of the edu-
green tomatoes t ,_ slice ripe ,tomatoes clothes Is inherent In some wee miles of roads in the past three struction, and Miss Frances cational staff at the supervisory -
-- r1".w.u )Jf.. '.j;; shall hot pepercinl, ladies. This seems logical. But years as were built in the entire Wakeland, Elementary super- level of each county to be O)) W
resishes, rye and pumpernickel where genes and chromosomeshave i previous history of the visor, both of the Manatee nominated by the county boardof
UjOR DOMO BILL COURT :1! 1 the chat du breads, coffee and for dessert approved by
; prc Jour not done the job, mothersare state. County school system, Kenneth instruction and
| ::110(t Van Carter, responible for the Cr ednesday at Myakka Lane Gourmet Room. With Court, de menthe. with environment and conditIoning ,
t. and. the chef_du.)Jour Is Mi ", Van C_,r. The new chef du Jour came factors.
here with l his wife in 1958 and
:mJ. i Mothers were conditioned by MOVINGBecause
bought a home in Gulf 1 Shores. their own mothers to love pretty -
He was reared on his father's -
garments. they were
IJifjiJJl1ASi! farm in Nash County, old enough to complete their
North Carolina educated
education the
by poring over
his school-teacher mother and fashion magazines, they train- of your past patronage s
at 17 became an apprentice ed in matters of style and col- .
machinist with Atlantic Coast or and taste by dressing dolls. and to better serve your Insurance ,
Line Railroad. He later worked Now of have
S course, they
:: with Dunont and In De- real, live dolls to dress, and needs, we are moving to large,
+e' troit at the Ford Co. but later all
tiIfIlA the process begins over
went back to railroad work In with another air-conditioned
again generationwho modern and completely
t' Huntington, W. Va. with the will grow up to play with

dl ? Chesapeake and Ohio Railway.He dolls and later to pore over offices JUNE 29, 1964
V9' met and married the style fashion slaves forever.
former Lois Cooper of Hunt Of course the childrenswear
ington in 1928 and they began Industry has had to keep up Its
speculating in real estate during end of the bargain. Designers
the depression. He continued today have smartly realized
with the railroad and became t
that they are dealing with the i><
representative of the In-
best fashion-educated generation -
..oi ternational Assn. of Machin- of mothers ever. Pretty ,
lets in 1941. He held both posi- Trail
colors and practicality are es- 1712 South Tamiamj/
tions until his retirement. sential to them but these quali- ... Directly opposite Venice Gardens
The Carters came here to ties are not everything. There ,
look at lots in South Venice! has to be as much smartnessand :
i purchased by his brother and style, in little girls' 6 t STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES: HUGH 6. McPHERSON, AGENT 488-6567
became Interested living
months, as these mothers' own
here although they had previously size Ion and 12s. m
wintered in Fort Laud-

erdale.A .
third member of their
household is Anzach, their pet

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use.Only a modest investment summer i hi the beginners room f/ 5 ,ry. iff
and a simple of the education building at A

Installation problem .,.. tilt _...-rwe Ulti ass MMIW First Baptist Church of Ven- Y
Just pick up your phone to ..... kr *.. If tin. nmtiKltt ice Thursdays at "::45 p.m.
and tell us to bring one ....'..1.. It wtlir CM- Use of the air-conditioned
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Gulf-Shamiock Plumbing Inc. invited to work with the group.
Instrumentalists who will be
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I N P C PersonalsDal 'Golden Rule' S&L BusinessHits Six Scouts Advance I NPCCIubNote7

Week Noted RecordORLANDO
and Jeanne Hancock By MARGUERITE PETERSONWorld

have returned earlier from a At Honors CourtSix
War Veterans will : for a
Speaking on the Golden Ruleat wonderful
to Miami
trip where they visited Ewood-Charlotte New construction hold their regular meeting of I ThIrty evenJn"
with the weekly meeting of the member
Buddy and Thelma lending by the 132 saving
Barracks 2743 next the atlend
Couch former Venice Klwanls Club The Rev members of Boy Scout meeting of the '
residents of and loan associations in FlorIda
at 2:00 .m. at the Community den .
North Port Charlotte. The Prank J. Shearer, pastor of the during the first five months Troop 87, sponsored by the Center: p Club Tuesd, everCA
Commander Frank the
GOP Summer Calvary Reformed Church of rcnlce Nokomis Presbyterian Baptists Have Community
Couches and their three son of 1964 totaled $1 ,933.000 Rodman urges all the members The club Center
formerly resided Venice Gardens, cited a young than Church were advanced in rankat has started
on Jordan St which is $15 million more Guest to be present to hear report .
a project
Mr and Mrs Walter Earnest baby as an example of one that recorded for the same a Court of Honor ceremonyIn SpeakersNORTH given delegates who attend and will! bewni
left this week for a visit with who knew nothing of the rule period last >ear In 1963 new the church Fellowship Hall. PORT CHARLOTTERev ed the Florida Convention In In the plants at Jerry'. Rabin! >
their children and grandch!1. Drive Planned that says, ''Do unto others as construction lending was at an Scouts receiving badges and Charles Culhb..rtson.pastor Orlando over the weekend.. weeks Shopping Center for
dren back home In Cannons. you would they do unto )'ou." 11-time record high of $341,- symbols of advancement to a of the First BantLt Delegates from North Port need beginning July. It
burg PaMary It "Golden Rule" week higher rank included David Church of Charlotte any plants 'Iop b
was 812.000. North Port Port Charlotte beside Commander ,
/ -Plans an Bowles see what they
Meyer Is visiting with at the local Kiwanis Club last This Information releas- Bronze Palm and In has announced the schedule Rodman hays 011 clapI.!
intensive membership cam was lerpreter, .Spanlah. Gene J:...... were Louis that will be Just
her children In New York and paign continuing throughoutthe week-a week H which they ed today by William D Husey art. Life Scout i, Tolly Bowles' of guest speakers for the Schmelke Paul I Pal meter, .peela! place In right tor !Ii
says Its very warm there both summer months and accelerating emphasize this cardinal precept executive vice president ol( next three weeks Romeyn Utley William Gar home YOUr yob
Star Scout, Steele and
day and night.Welcome of their organization! Loan Ben On Sunday, June 21%, the
in the fall were out the Florida Savings and Bowles First Class vey, Albert Coll, Otto Houck Mr. James
Tolly ..
home to Mr and lined at a meeting of the board "A baby." The Rev. Mr. League, who also reported this Robert Austin and John Sleas- guest speaker was The Rev and John Woods. I Road was the l lucky on v. ,
Mrs. Robert Showalter on East of directors of the Fngleuood! Shearer said, "doe n't care I record amount of new construeon Second Class Herbert Copen. He Is in charge the clock given
Safford Terrace, who have just Charlotte County RepublicanClub much for the convenience or financing In 1964 has accounted man, of all the praver services this Members of the Greater the meeting. aa a rlze 9
returned from an extended Friday afternoon in the needs of the other membersof for the financing of The awards were made by week and will also speak at Pittsburgh Club will hold a The Meon's
visit back home In Akron, organization headquar t era. the famllv It only cares 0.914 new dwelling units William G Edmondson, Troop the Sunday sen'Ices next Sunday covered dish dinner next meets the third Gardtl OL
Ohio. where they attended the Vice-president Bert Guthrle about Itvlf It wants what It Commenting on the continued 57 committee chairman Also Mr Charles Henry will Thursday at 8 p.m. before the each month at the TutidlY
wedding: of their daughter. presided in the absence of club wants when It want it-and Increase in construction fmancng taking part in the ceremony be In charge of the services regular meeting at 7:30 at the Center and this Con rwg\ .
Sandra. president Hopwood who Is in I crvs until it gets It." Mr. Hussey said, "Thii were James S. Punaway a on July 5. Community Center. An Interesting wonderful affords
Mr and Mrs William H troop committee member, and All to OPPOrtunity to lea
Young People planning Js
of program planned and how to
the north. Many of us has not outgrown suggests that the properly take
Shumock Avenue I Scoutmaster Raymond W.Edje. attend Florida must get cars
Singer on Camp ill formed residents of the
which has plagued your
this tendency toward unsold houses!!' and
have the Catskill It was the consensus of the their reservations in gardm.
returned to by July .
mark.et Pittsburgh are invited to Claire
self-centeredntss on the Inter the Florida housing C, Coons
Mountains in New York for board that despite the natural few mustbe Merit badges were awardedto 12 to be eligible, and they are attend and bring your friends dent la pre
national national bu.llle or for the past years
lethargy of the torrid Terry Brannon reading
several months vacation with summer ; advised to hurry and register
domestic levels! he added. returning to normal and the
their daughter and family months. the organization should > David Bowies geology World The Rev and Mrs Charles --- -- ---- -- -
Mrs Penny Eman of Greenfield continue its activities and it "The Golden Rule is illu outlook for another record yearIn Brotherhood, astronomy, chemstry Cuthbertson their three children =
Park was voted to step up the drive rated( by the parable of the home" construction looks ; Tolly Bowles cooking. Terry David and Gordon
Mr and Mrs Herbert Topping for new members to invite the Good Samaritan" the speaker g oad. home repairs geology, and and Mrs Cuthbertson's ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
on Bullard Street are busy re-enrollment of old membersand declared. After pointing out a Following a year which saw Ben) Steele cooking mother Mrs Vern Dodgson,
entertaining' as their house. to carry on its permanent number of Instances where the total :lending volume surpass Seven members of Troop 157I..ft all left last Thursday for an
meats their daughter. Mrs. campaign to combat the entrenched Golden Rule was lacking, he $1 1 billion, the savings and loan Sunday for a week at Camp extensive camping trip which
George Thomas And her sons t one.party dynasty quoted the fame' axion of the associations In Florida are well flying Eagle near Bradenton will take them up into Canada MAINTENANCE
Raymond and Randy from locally. statewide and nation snorts and business world on the way to surpassing this accompanied by the Rev. before> they return home againon I
Meadville Pa. Marge said they ally. All citizens of the Engle- "Nice guys finish last." 1963 record As of the end ofMay David A. Bowles as adult counselor July 10 LIGHTING SUPPLIES

would be very busy: seeing all wood-Charlotte County area They believe you can't be total lending volume The Scout included
II! the various points of interest are Invited to unite In this campaign successful. you can't make amounted to $410716000 compared David and Tollv Bowles Gene DavId and Jeffrey Stone, accompanied ANDERSON
\ thin week-- nCol. by enrolling in the recently mane if jou're hcnest sm-- to $381,302,000 for the Ste..rt. Mark Koenlg. Robert the Troop 57 coningent ELECTRIC, Inc.

and Mrs Alfred F. Vogler organized Fnglewood- ere. full of integrity If you tame period last year. I Hardee Jr., Terry Brannon and Troop 28 Is sponsored.1
their son Kurt and young Charlotte County Reoublican put others first In your home Total savings increased In Bruce Dillon. bv> the Venice.Nokomis Rotary Bate & Cockrill Streets Phone 4814794NEK1

daughter. prey. from MrLean. Club!; now by contacting any and business Mr Shearer said. May by 140.843.000 comparedto I Two members of Troop 18, Club. .
Va., are here for a visit with of the club's membership com "Yet Jews said" he added!. $39,414.000 increase in May -
Mrs. Voplers mother. Mrs. mittee comprising Vice-president Com. Ae blessed of my Fathr 983. May' increase was a I
Keller on Porto Bello Avenue. Bert Guthrie William S Inherit the kingdom!! good recovery from April's decrease -
They plan to return home this Timmins, Mrs Beatrice Ste- for Inasmuch a* y* have done in savings of $3,016,000.
Skiolvl Russell HOW DOME I-YEA. {OOO-MIIE, ( WAX.
> Age
week." A. of May 31, 1964, total sayings -
It: unto one of the leaf of aANn ntOTECTl TOUi CHiyiltr Coriwttlon conlKlintlrirrtnli
Mrs. Evelvn Henriksen of Brooks, Mrs Mary Sides and there my brethern je have In Florida's association til el* tin/ lol lowing, vlil, puts of lit law art.
Ttarius Road returned home William E. Herdman. done It unto me." amounted to $4,469,847,000. fee I ,.". "10.000 mini. wmcftinr' conn Int. du",", pONT MUMBLE NEWT
MINA' tiiN mr luck Mrtt (hit tittctin, M
score nutiridM
from her vacation In New The board discussed the deplorable You WILL get ahead with workmimft ea. tt noiictd or npiiri. it i Cfirytlir'
York where she visited the I situation of the Palm GOD and ft"10wm' i if Mot r. Urtorillm KaHamttt. P..,It I pile of tat.nut SPEAK U P !
: your w,thout eh.r,. fOt tut) \ .
World's Fair.Friends stand residents being deprived pirti truar mi n block' hoe
you Ho unto others" (the Rev .IM 'htontl. pub. imiko mm foH. w.'ttr pump, tnntm,tilwi, UH 14ntirnil
and neighbors In of access to the mainland Mr. Shearer concluded. : pirti Oictptlnt. miniial. dulcM', rogue caiinrtir, trln ih< North Port Charlotte were saddened of the Palm! Island bridge and ..> (olnti. neerla" tnt utftrtntlil int ntr. nhitl. ....1....
to bear the news of the the failure of the officials to EOUIKtO MAINTENANCE Tht follMm mi.Mtuoco unlcti' L >4 under "emnip-sheep ease oil awry a monthi or 4.000
t death of Robert Innes at the provide remedial action and it Stctisticlans estimate that Wore wnichtwr ceasetale npioco, ol' flitir wary MCOI" oilthmeii .
t Walter Pe"d Ho.mtal in Wshln was pointed out that the Re- the earth contains 6.586 quintillion : clitn, coiturttor oir filter tvttj s montiii tnd R"IOCO It 1
ton. Bob' and Tons era their nublican candidate foe governor sure, I yum ond wary I Mengeunbh,' ovidinct' of the, rtu sae
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tons of matter. ,
rtd MMct to t Chryilet Melon Corptrltlon Autherlnd' Dtlloi a
three children Donna Di nnv has a plank in his nlat-
one rtqunt him to ctrtllf| raetipt ol luch o"dtnci ond your
find Debby moved here abort form for "cnn "rvalln., of our T ltphon* cor'i niKifO, Slmpli onouit 'lor Each importinl' protection' i
a year aw from Trenton N. beaches and wildlife" Nights gradually become
J. to their home on Jordan The board of directors cri longer than days in the north-
gtreet. Bob sened in both the ducted a preliminary planning ern hemisphere afte the au- SERViSOFT I II
Arm and th" Nevy and was discussion for the organiza- tumnal equinox. As the earth
moves n: its orbit, its nothern
serving in the Medical Corp ion s action in conducting! a
I in the U. S. Naw when taken 'militant' camoal'n in the half begins to tilt Increasingly

III Member* of the family ere fall In behalf of the reoublican. way from the sun --
members of the First PresbyteHan candidate in the November
Church here general elections. The need for
Funeral servicp and Interinert funds to carry out the planned I EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

will be In Trenton. Went campaign was discussed and THE DODGE BOYS
I s.nd our heartfelt sympathyto the board voted to invite the t EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
Horis and the children citizens of the area in a posl- e TRADITIONAL
t.j Mrs Vernone Tracer has lon to do so, to contribute to I *
J ti>"i>n 1 buv lately entertaining the campaign fund as Is 'he Let ui style, your favorite vase offer the that made !
i} puests Her sister Barbara traditional American customin I or ceramic Into beautiful Umpt warran history
i Veit and friends Mona Dunkle- all free elections
a a RHtylingAll
Berger and Charlotte Conley R.Ii/lg:
It was announced that a I
f't' a Lamp Rl Ort
I drove down from Indian RocknFla delegation! representing the
; I .. to spend the weekend with Englewood Charlotte County Work by prncad! Dotignen and
f, her. Barbara and Mona are Republican Club attend an important Crlft1me
both school teachers and Charlotte meeting of the Charlotte I I 5-YEAR 50,000 MilE

e I is a retired teacher. Roy County Republican organization THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
'I end Ann Bates and Helen held in Punta Gorda I

Greer from Englewood were with County Chairman Don I 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
dinner guests last Thursday Fisher presiding j I
evening Ann has recently re
tired as an Art teacher In '
Rockwood Mich. and they are )i0 hl PROTECTION !
a< W
making. their home in Englewood -

:' Mrs Gordon Blend on Dorothy
Avenue returned to Greensboro
N. C. with her !son Charles .
who flew down to Florida
I .
II earlier last week so he could

.t drive his mother back home .4'
for a nice summer vacation ,

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t" Invite them to enjoy the sunshine and recreation: e '

t'I 'J I ,a/ ceeitNe and th luaioeM and profeaeional opportunitie

awaiting them hero e.In Florida! WOLFER MOTORS INC.
IJI f j 744 VENICE AVE E. ,
r SUMMERGRAMS art avaIlable frat at your lutrnt.. HorWl Pear t

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I bIiSSIPlEDtAD'SI r Legal Lego! f Hunt Regulations Undergo Changes I

i AND .OR SAIIASOTA (rnUNTY 1A1I48""A COUNTY, Florida sportsmen will find structure capable of bearingthe

FIORIDA IN PROBATE ,RUIRIDA several change !In their hunt- weight of a person when
... .. .. J. M. rNul 'r t' NOTICE TO CREDITORS HELEN C. SUMiFN, DeceeaedNOTIcr addition to seasons and bag than eight feet higher than the

TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERRONS: APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR FINAL.UmrHARCB TO MAKE. limits several -lew regulations lowest bottom surface of such

HAVING AGAINST CIAIMH AID ESTATKl OR DEMANDS/ will change the method of conveyance
101.1101 .L Annbr tlwn that I knr
M CLASSIFIED Yon are harabr notified and required, ltd wr floal npat Y R.rwumr" 01 h. hunting and taking wildlife Also prohibited I II the usehf
; I Houses For Sale to file any cla,m or demand whlrh you fetal of HEIFN C. BUGDFN deceased.! recorded calls sounds
Pets may hate avalnut the F.I.I, of Edward. thu I have filed mr petition for fink According to A D. Aldrich, game
RATES Situations Wanted J. Maitlll. riereaeed.. Inv of far..olaFUnMa dlerharie and Iha on th. tin day of director Game and Fresh Water for taking game animals and
rhryn CBS 2 BEDROOMS. rioTidl PONY. SADDLE fFunly. In th* office of Hon, July. A D l 1.1. will anoly to the Honorable birds and provides measure
and cart Excellent JOHN T. GRAHAM h....... CeunfJ1ndlr Cm.nty Judre of t-inuuiU County. Fish Commission, the hunter
. Ratei tile bath Golden Beach condition $200. 488 .In rM foentr Can Naa a' Florida' fW approval of aald final report will be able to obtain a In which an individual could
Charge both Diurtday, section 828 Robert St. 2872, TRAILER e.nmh, PlorMa. wllhln tit xl.ndmmoneha and far feral discharge aa Feetitor of
and Monday Edition WORK. Washing "m tho dart 01 IAr tint Pub. tha "14'. of HELEN C. SUGDLN, rive hunting license on a year round control certain wildlife when
M1pllfhr MUST SELlTlesvint Waxing, Cool Celling, and llcatlon/ of Mile Notice.Kach MiedThll. basis and will be required to
such 1 II found
area, See claim, or demand m.let pa hirrltlna 4Ul day of loot. An. 1M4 animal or
etc. Phone Drum license
S1.50 it and make offer 3 Student James 474 and In ipllrate. kill elitetha M. A BRASWKI I. possess a In order to fruits fowlor
'd nA rooms CB Bed Ads 17B2 place of mldrnce and pout office fjt.r.itnr of the FMeta ofHFLEN hunt rabbit and unprotected fur destroying crops, ,
construction, cathedral addreaa of the (')lalmant, .hall he onto C. BUCDKN. stock
((12 word minimum) ceiling screened t>. by tha Claimant her emit or all Dwand.Pt61Lhr .. hearing animals The season r
etc A nice porch Business Personals attorney. ahall ha accompanied a Jurla 11. IR tR lob t. II... for rabbit, fox, bobcat raccoon .
Additional Wordt. each 4< home Call( 474H31 28BICYCLE.. $10 Max >l.00 fllln. foe, and anr ..ich claim or and skunk will
evenings Howard Phone 488-3\88. demand not M filed MIL ha Told. Tha opossum, .
RUBBER f Hn. fea may he addrd to tha amount IN THf CIRC!'IT f'OI'RT OF TRFTVFIFTH ': remain open throughout the /
STAMPS made to
rctet both order of shim. JIDICIAL' flRl'I'Ir OF
7Ct CASH Tlur.d.y 1.1 and claim f"rm. may be obtained : year
RDR VIN"'I BARGAIN IS YEAR OLD Overnight service Office from the Co.ntv Jidre offce. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BABASOTATO
a .
and Monday Editioni Rdr. PMNr. girl wishes to
v IURT CALL, L/IV ; ;;.'R8.B : Sf sell woman's shoe skates,. personal, pocket or stock KATHARINE Rnnnrrl of H.the MADILI.aa Eetataof IN CHAWFRYteee "NTV The possession of a spear hav.

uu'el' S1.40 Wooden wheels sin 8H Good 188.1432. Fdward J. Modll. No. I1TMAltDRIA Ing less than three tines or have ,w7nI
DereaiedAttorney M UPELLEYPlaintiff .
tines than sixteenth
I Rentals condition $12 Vent- greater one
e 488-1629,. BLAIR AND DEAN .
word minimum. IIT Naaiau Rtraat w.GRARAN. Inch in diameter; or emechanical e
(112 )
Dressmaking, alterations draperies Xenlca, FloridaPubllahadi So WALua spring gaff or grab
1 Additional Wnrds..eeh Se BEDROOM PRIVATE bath &. HATE: Washing Wit 'lows Let' June II, tL July t, t. IOU '
entrance, 2 blocks from P Tom do '.m. (Plus ,hose other etc reasonable 4811130 IJorendontNOTICI oP III'IT and n light at night Is prohibit

Iwt fat Aiaw *n-h1 .TM to alaa* 0. Call 48B4774 days odd Jobs) Tom Landgraf IN THE: COUNTY JLtHES COUI11 RTATF" OF FIORIDA ed. Th. use and possession of
,..... there la ...... .l II aeala 4882537 Phone: 488.2659 After 11:00 IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, COUNTY OF SARATOTA any hook peg or other such LUST
evenings :
Hna far ana lauertlaa. M aenia a Tel GRAHAM; E. WALKER, reeldenoeunknown
Una far each ..... .. thereafter. p.m. IN RRi FSTATE' OF PROBATE: ; device baited In such a manner PUSH

A aerelra charta at fft eenuada n LARGE COTTAGE LAWRENCE/ : .. PATRIAS, rierrwedProhite .. dot known adnronit. c'o llnomWebitar I.< as to be capable of taking
far Baa af the.Oendfll. f n.Ra completely WANTED: Lawns to mow by SHEPARD File No. 7KO B..IMInit. 127 LaBalla St.ihlcaao ., alligators and sunnended so BUTTON
naw.be u aa alaealflaila. In Laurel $65 per NOTICE TO CREDITORS III
that the bait is above wateror
month No pets or children reliable college student Reasonable LUMBER CO. i TO All CHFDITORg' AND PFRSONS GRAHAM' E WAIKFR char adoeaMd TO CLEANBabe's
References HAVING minnrn, / anA It d. submerged less than six '
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Phone 488.4909 8- Dial 488 CLAIMS OK EMAND1 drw 10 It' al/w
p m 488 3619 4071. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. AGAINST SAID ESTATEi tha unknown helra. detfacoa, Inches is also prohibited. i
On Edition per Inch $].0" 89 pm or write Mary A: You are hereby. notified and requiredto fnnlw' rnmm m Mhw pm1M 11 elAlm
Both Editions Inch S3.50 Beach, P. 0. Box 612, Venice Soraiota file any claim or demand which you Inc by, Uirouvh, under or aaalnat aurhdeceaeed I Aldrich said( a new regulation .
per II
I WILL Defendant If alive: and
TAKE CARE of your cull may have aralnit tha K.lala of LAWRENCE ... adopted by the Commis Co.
-- BUILDING} most 8 PATRIA9, Deceaied.. late ofSaranoU dead. their unknown .ro. lor.... or Plumbing
VACATIONING? precious possessions, ELLIOTT PAULfor County. Florida In tha office ranteoat I and all partlee havlni or lion would prohibit the taking( 468.2402 488.5282
All clawlfied self payable In Reliable hate rliht, title. orIntoroit
cl.imlnato any
experienced sit .
Call 4883602 for 1 baby of Hon JOHN T GRAHAM BaCou.t. ,-. ,
bedroom ..
,In ilia property herein dcaerlbed of wildlife from Radio Equipped Trucks
advance erupt i'ablithe> ter Janice Jessup, 488-5698. Judea In tha County Courthonea I any conveyance
apartment Venice to
near .
Beach .
at geraeola Florida within all P Box 454 Nokomis
accounts. Reasonable ROOF TRUSSES calendar monUii from tha data of the lot 11, Blot It GULF VIEW having a tower or other O ,
JOB WANTED Cal James Alum Windows & Door.. flnt/ publication of thla Notice. KCTIOK OF VFNICR, .< per put
Llnderman at 488-4609. Full Each rlalm' or demand mint be ,h.rltrR Book I, Paiea IT a "A Publle
CANCELLATION or COMFORTABLY FURNISHED Contract Roofing & Painting anA I. InnhYla, .hall war tho Reeorda of Saraaot County. Florida.Vo. WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
time if possible, if not will Uk new, 01 ,001.l4'n. rod .pat Mfla b of herebr _.
3 and earn are
room apartment $65 Phone 4832132 Vtnie .. ten DODGE
t part time work d. of the Claimant' .b.1I _. .worn tally mtlfeil that ARDRIA M. UPELIEY ,
Requeth for cancellation month year around. 417 Mencndet to by the (1al..."t, hla aitent or kia attorney filed. hei aworn Complaint /la JIS S. Temiaml! Trail 488.3965-488-6150
a. .hall be accompanied. by Il.dtllinr .
i a I ha Circuit Court of. RaraanU CountrFkirldi
or adjustment became of Misc. TYPEWRITERS and Adding / fn, and rnr web .1.lm Of drmandnM swine mi and each of you SPECIALIST IN .
For Sale m III' .hllI M old. Thr flllnt hrmrr aa Defandanta. _I.. lo WIN Nth to
error mutt b* made for VACATIONER'S NOTICE. Machines (mechanically op ho .ddM 10 tM rmant of Ihrrhm the Plain"Iff to tha above deicrlbrd real ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EOUIPMENT
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE erated) Chemically cleaned / rM .Ialm forme War ho ob"ln"r. property located ,III BaraaoU CountyFlorida. .
Completely furnished 123. 1 Co. like the County Jidaea office. Brake Repair I e Lubricate Chanii
Just SO
Tri-County Equipment new $12 plus parts
B pjn. on Monday. For Mon room apartments and bath including If required: All makt.s Venice GERTRUDE R. PATBIAS. Yo are hereby reoolred. to file roar t Front End Alignment I I. Oil Change

day Gondolier BEFORE S utilities and linens BELL RO SARASOTA FLA. Stationers. 211 W. Venire Ave. a of> Admlntetratrlx Lawranoa I. PalriaiDeeeaaed of the. EeUta .r/trn C..oI.I.t/ u.willi wn Of fhr whw Clerk defmw of tho to CiroultCmn all" Front End Overhaul j. Adjust Headlight Beams

pm. on Thurtdiy. Weekly $10$1J$20; Monthly 955.5705 488.81U /I. Ba..o'a Ioriola, anA r win Wheel Balancing ,1. Electrical RrpeinEngine
$30-$55-$65. Call 488.3447 r ton' Aar Iboronf to HARRY A.YARGCR .
evenings AUener: IIRASWELL a BROII'I'I.' Overhaul Any Automatic of Standard
,. I'1.I.Uff. addrw
PHONE 474-2569. 504 and 515 Armada This/ week specials/ / on Van VenleA, Florid". Rank 1I1d1.. 1'0. Nye Ane. Vonl.rf lot.. Prra a w Radio Repain Trantmittion Repair

Road Hydraulic Jack Legal Publlahl. Juno 11. 11 SI and July .. l 11411 before tha Uth day of Julr 1M be orlo .
4883125Real Repairs aaffar Aura CoajnJalnt lo aoa.fe Airconditiomng Repair and InstallationCompare
... Deeraa Pre
>a.d. .t you ana
3 BEDROOM HOUSE!: on the ----- lOll
and tor
: Tonfoiao entered thareoa
LAWNMOWER. 18' cut $iO afwmta. r
water. Nicely furnished JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF action to proceed exnarui
Estate NPC Phone 488-3681. Gasoline engine! Good condition NOTICE OP INTFNTION SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA DONE AND ORDERED Ui a 16th dayof
Call 488-4400, Mrs Carver Thr rndenbned aw hereby. eMih ROSA IFF' IV RLOUNT CHANCERY 1911.W.. A. WYNTE. Clork elUia
NEWLY DECORATED 1 bedroom he la eondKtlna a Retail Hirdwara Plaintiff. Circuit CmIKBETTY !
!,950 FT OF Venice Ave frontage ROSARY bialnni. I5BI B
CABLE Spinet and Allied Produrta at K. STUCRE. DC.
furnished apartment. IMIirllllnua w. Caaa No. IT. Also 8 acre tracts Lowdown Tamlami Trail Veniea Fla. nirter
Large kitchen, living room By piano, Like new Chair In name of The Handy NrrdwenanA w. RLOUNT HARRY,, A YARCFRNOTUE
payment easy terms week, month or year Phone eluded. Phone 488-2183. that aald firm la composed. of thafollowing Defrnrl.nt Mt "a.. Venlca Junr IA FloridaPuhNahdr n. Lott I, I. IAI/
48A-2872 Pomona whnae namra and NOTICE: OF RUITTG Get the best car rental deal from
days 488 3785, evenings 4835994 C1UCKERINO Studio size Pi plow of realdcnta are aa followilRalph : CFORCF; : w. RLOUNT I4' H
HELP move the hundreds! lantlarl, Jr. P. O. Box lit, Wen'worth Avenue Calumet City. OF INTENTION TO
me ono and bench Excellent con V..I,.. Fla.Ownership. Illlnola.You .
of fine building and investment ... hereby notified/ that a Complaint REGISTFR; FICT1TIOII NAME
dition, $600 Phone 488-3522f- of Tha Handy Hardwara hw Eco r1J"CARthe
have in this AIR CONDITIONED One bed for divorce haa been filed, Mcalnetu Tha underala-ned lea hereby" aartify
lots we area !Hoorn
Apartment For ter 4 p.m. and you are required' to eena ran In.
List room sum Ralph Lanilerl J,, 100 per vent that b. la aonduatlnt a drive re.ta.arant -
city and suburban your 01 rrrr acorn nr nradlnR 10 forwmrhirt
Ih.CI.k Florida under
Adults At 2J1 It la my Intention to aiply to b..1. at Venice
mer or yearly.
South Venice lots with us \>tar -Pianos- of tha Circuit Court In ind fortaruou on the Plantlffa attornevthe ., the ""' ",... name of DUO N BUDS only difference is the low price
Nass;:u Call or see Larry Redford tha firm of BOONE H\ZEN old firm laaompoaad
County. Florida, to retliter OF VfcNICE: and that
Stemway Everett
movm' em. Call Bruce F Boa lit, Venloa. Floridand wboaa
Hardwire nnder fhrwlowmf
Associate Chips Johnson old name Tha Handy ot peraona
Thompson at Gulf Realty George Stark Winter Cable the provlilene of ChapterLaw. 1016a. file tha orlenal acorn or pladIm ..... and plaeaa of roudenoa, are wtolbrat
Venice In tha office of the Clerk of tha Offers MORE Costs LESS
Real Estate 06 W you
Nelson S. of Florida Acta of 1041Wltnou you
Day 488-6738 Nlte 488 Fayette Cable Circuit Court before tha Ith day
Phone on or
Ave. Phone 488.2241 or 488.2279. Hallett &. Davie my hand th,a lat day at June. of July, 19.t. If you fall to da "". ludiment WILLIAM a ELLIOTT. {9L CoroaDrive
8836 ue4 RALPH tANGIER 1ft, by default will he taken aaalnityon Venice, .lor We.Ownanh FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%
2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent Musette Players 10, ID6/ for tha relief demanded In the ,p of DOU N SUDS OF VEN-
Puklhbl 7unr t. Ih 18.
Lots For Sale Pianola Players romplAlnL ICE: la aa followaiWILLIAM Delivery Credit cards honored
Nicely furnished Walking Dune and ordered. .< II......... Florida G. ELLIOTT. 10M,.
distance to Casey Key Beach -orgsn_ iw THE roi'r.Tt jtrwES; roi RT thb 2nd day of M... It4. It w my Inunllon lo apply to tha Safety Seat.Belts By the hour day
LOTS LOTS LOTS $100 We utilities Yearly or Allen Lowrev IN AND FOR lARASDTA 'OI'NTI'' W. A. WYNNKlerk Clark of tha Circuit/ Court In and for ,
pay IN I'HOtlATSProbile : (' erM Circuit Court.Sarunta refletar. Gas Oil Insurance week month
down. Easy terms waterfront seasonally Fh 4B8.5127. COMPLETE: SELECTION OF ri nRHIA. File Ne Tail CrKintv rlorldaUeputy .Haraenta Countr IOO. Fkirlla N' SUPS to OP VhNHB or
tha aail name
Venice Gardens Others REBUILT RECONDITIONEDAND IN RFi F6TATF OF Br J.nr Gulmmq. un4er the provlaiona.. of ChapurrtnaM -
3 blocks from shopping center 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air conditioned FULLY GUARANTEED SAMI FL, BOENSTFIN.'NOT'U ClerkniNlNR Uwa of ,., Acta Wtlrm

and schools $1.995. So Venice and furnished in PIANOS AND ORGANS I. ..E. TO CRFDITOKTO Alt"rnrra, HAZFN for PI. a ntlffrlorlda ISfHOKDINO. I Ml Kltneaa-my h.dithh llth Drive our New

lots, $10 down, $10 month Buy Venice. $90 per month. Writeor FROM $K: Alt CRFDITfRS' AND 1'j RONII( Power a I.Irht B..lldin*. WILI.IA'' G. rLLIOTTPublhhdr automatic shift $ 9 9

now, build later. Byron Markle,, phone Earl Bond WAS.4181. Florida's Largest Music Co." HAVING 11 A1U.AIMS MTATEl CR :,DEMANDS P. O Rot' June U.4.. II Venire. III,.SI hbnAaPubll.h 1064 ]unr 11. 11. Jnlr I, t. USI _W

"ealtor. Phone 488-4706 Rt. 3, Box 564X. Arcadia, Fla. CANNON MUSIC CO You AGAINST are hereby notified and requlradto -------.-- 2.door VALIANTS ,

md give references I 1301 1st St., to / any ela,m or drmund which you Also, other fine "BN M bnINN lot It .dry....
NOKOMIS ACRES lot, 100x150! Opp Florida Theatre .ar haw nuYt fhr EMU 01 MmuelRonruln r g6
VKNICB: 1.1 tin*. I'NFl'RNISHFDrlnharhan UeewrrA I.,. .1 Sa'aartauntr CHRYSLER PRODUCTSat
ft. on canal Phone 488 5853VFNICR 1',1..,.. i RI,. nfamltheil. Open Thurs rid Fri ti15 p.mph ('<, Florid. /I. .ho offla .t Hon LAKE VIEW GOLD MEDALION 1 pin _ill N ww'
JUST CAIU: LOU JAIOPbiali.lt sw-ior JOHN T GRAHAM, Sara'oui CountyJudie slightly higher rates.
BFRinrNr tors In the Countr Court HOUM atBerarota
VENICE BlIIIINEII8 BITER TRAILVIEW ADT. for rent by Fiorina. within all calendar i MODEL HOME
CALl. IOU JACOBS 1-ifN Boats For Sale math from Uie date of tha tint pub
year Completely furnished Ikatlon. of thia. Nollce. JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
ELK INLET Seawalled private Aulomotic heat and air con hark da m or

boat basins E. L Kilton, rfitioned 1000/ ( Sq ft On E 22 FT. HEAVY' DUTY Custom .rltlnr lac* of, and rw,In di-nca duplicate and p.ahall.-< .rim rah, the ad Deur. family to really enjoy i I RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096

Bayshor Drive Nokomts St. close to stores built boat 8 4 ft beam 130 .rou i>f th. lalmanl. hall b.. iwornlo FLORIDA LIVING AT IT'S FINESTI! I
a Tampa HP Chris Craft engine day or lha tlaimanw. hi. ..rnl or h'

Tel. 4881321 cabin, Ideal for Tarpon fishing 1100 alfc.rn fllln, .ahall f... and be accompanied br a EZ TERMS NO CLOSING COSTS I GULF DARREN AUTO CENTER

Houses For Sale TRAILER WITH CABANA $800 Frank Ualthrr 1001 La.Rllna demand not ao filed rh.IlnMhrold.mThr, Air Conditioned Electric Heat Pump li I

carport screened porch until Dr. Tel 488.4408 fllln claim" fea. and mar claim be added forma to mar the amountof be ob- Two Large Bedrooms Two Tiled Beth i i Venice Shopping Center
NEW RICHMOND Buckeye Nov 25th Dell Goodhart. .road from the County Jurine silks 31' x II1 Screened Lanai 31' x 14' Carport CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES: SUMMER
Choice Venice Gardens location Lost NONA tOLWNETEINaa : I
Court Rt 2. Nokomis. FURNITURE
Padua the Eelatoaf WITHOUT
Ksecutrtx of WITH OR

heat & air conditioned garage, Mobile Homes SOLITAIRE EMERAi'D'Ri.nd : DeceasedAturnm \ /IMMEDIATE/ OCCUFANCYHarry I
IIRA WILL BROWN h.488.6653 I aaaaaaaaaj WorWt faatxt rowlnf car rental ayilem aeaaaaaamSa
All builder
drive Keel
tile roof concrete diamond wedding ring Venlca-Nnkonla Bank Bldt L. ?

Formica kitchen $14,750. Easy 8X28 FT SACRIFICE $425, on Nokomis Beach off pavilion P. O Bon 74TVenloa Rlll@n AR:+ R
financing. Immediate occupancy N. W corner Palm 'n; Pines Reward Contact The Gondolier Florida dateat 11501Publlratlot June IT July t. ",

Phone Mr OHearn,, Trailer Court except weekend*. Newspaper ID. IA1/ LARGER

UNUSUAL 488 home-5216 or 2 bedrooms 488-1474 CUSTOM 2 BUILT baths. Wanted tC: .. GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 1 I DISTINCTIVE R eo I E S t 0 t e C orner 1lD I IDo

screened porch and fenced MHJNG MEN fulfill\ your mil
488 with only six
patio Venice Gardens, jtary obligation Return Member Chamber of Commerc

:678. months active duty '
need Bldg. on
USE BOAT, car or what have rlne Reserve unit. Call 836-1911. Heating and Air Conditioning INTERESTED? you a 3.bedrooml. 3.bath', Florida '

you as down payment on one Tampa. for detail'. R.R.7 100 I 200 In City' room, living room with firs I

of these Venice Gardens home. Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas 3 Bedroom, 2 bahl} Screen S.aboard AveN on R.R. pleas patio} with powder

2 bedroom 1 bath. $9500 lovely, 2 Help Wanted Ranges Water Heaters Porch .ttached carport, Oil CALL room, utility room, centr.1
bedroom H4
No closing ESTATE office Free Eitimatei heat hart 2.car garage, city we

home costs. Why Make pay offer rent Byron ACTIVE wants live REAL.wire licensed real No Job Too Big or Too Small 105 End Aurora KERMIT le ter end sewer. W.II for

Markle Realtor 488.4706. estate salesman, Reply J. C., 263 So Trail. Venice Ph 4882271 J $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED MICKLETHWAIT Iprinkling. All this for

Well kept Box 746 Venice Hr Na WII..II..IERS $28,500.00,,
Marlin S.
home 2 bed!'! ms, 2 baths WANTED IMMEDIATELY: REALTOR

Lovely landscaping. Walking' Man or Woman to supply 801 Laqune Drive REA'TOR'
postoffice. Bawleigh Product 22\\ W. Miami Ave. 488..621
distance to beach customers with ANNOUNCEMENTMODERN TRI 466.5443

store. 505 Granada Ave,, Ven in part Sarasota Countyor 488.5308 r -

ice ero Beach Can earn $50 I

FINE HOME in choice location weekly time part time Write $100 Rawleigh and up ITS A HONEYI!

of Venice Gardens 2 fun Tenn. 150' 150' DONA BAY SEAWALL PAVED
Memphis Y
bath. Also FA E SR.1 We Are Now t ?

a den that could be used for Female Help Wanted ON EACH SIDE READY FOR BUILDING,
bedroom Large utility In Our NewBuilding

an room extra, screened porch, car. WANTED WOMAN for housekeeping I I'SRI H. N. Wlmmers Rea.tor' 29% DOWN BAL. REASONABLE

port etc Corner lot. Only M Beach Resort.''

512,500.380 HUlview Rd.. Phone Please apply in person 811 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent GULF REALTY

4882894 Tarpon Center Dr for Wetter- Union Telegrapk

NOKOMIS BEACH Area Air- WAITRESS FULL or part Monday thru Friday 9 to f: Saturday to I 216 S. Tamiamt Tr WM. P. TOOL p. O. Box

conditioned. Custom channel.built. 2 time Apply to Venice Yacht EQUIPMENT CLOSED SUNDAYS Phone 488.6738 REG. BROKER 935

Large bedroom Florida house room on, larwiutUitr Club after 11 Lm EXPERIENCED MECHANICS HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Bruce F. Thompson J. P. Swee Rene Cobb Auaclatet ;
live ,
$14500 AGE Woman
room, carport MIDDLE
Owner Phone take cue of home and cook TO TUNF
adults and 111I1111111111111I111II1111111111tThis
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__ ._ __ __. THE GONDOLIER' 'UNE 2S, (1964

fr I sl The People- Speak I ITo

t d
iN 'w Ho unto ol&ers /

i MyvawotditJjaie&MtL The Editor: do not believe just becausewe wrecked when one Is past 7n
; r are small business places, a little too late to start :
-Zll G9 WitO I am writing In regards to we should have our income I thought Mrs. Devlin over

: U.S. 41 South of Albee Rd. taken away from us after the facts very well and I stated

I > \ When the men came to ask working most of our lives to ly agree with her in III lure..V.

\ i> shout buying right-of-way for attain same.It said and do hope the press

MEMBER Cr THI ASSOCIATED PRKgj .- MEMBER OF' THE rLORIDA PUSSS. ASSOCIATION that road they told us it would Is dangerous coming out in some way help us can
not be more than two feet higher reaches Into it
the road as our entrance is 10
Tba AMoo...... ,,.. ... y than the road and many homes
la a>elualval > antlllad lie ua for Mpnblkalion of all n ri dltpatehnj araiHM la r original Thanks for
M ar not atharwtaa .....,... la tkla ...._. and a.' total nawa oubllibtd' b....... All rldlto ol mrablleatloaaf would be help to the so steep you cannot see over a place to b.
a great
....Ia.. ...""Ido. ara she. Mama.Tha the hood of your car on en. able to say how one feels
I Mwaud bed. admtMni ennt-M of tbla ....p._ m _".l6h..... and Ha. rrpublfcatloi. b. ax.PublbbH community and all of us so terlng! the busy highway. I
pnap anrbiddee weep lip wrawa pemh ten. EAUrloesA we did not hesitate, we let have driven on the Indianapolis Mrs, L H> Rising\
them have 17 foot of land at m. 2, Box 1467
Speedway and that is not banked
E.., MondaT and Thnradar From 111-14 t Mianl. AranuaEnurrd P their price, feeling we were much higher than in frontof Nokomis Fla.
Aa Seated Claaa Matter At Port Offlea at V....., Florida WARNING doing the right thing in not
our place. Seems we have -
.5 holding up progl''''. accidents without making ........
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher We enough Tht! GONDOLIER wet,
spent the money to have a speedway as you enter rome letters
COURTNEY WILLIS ... .............. ......... .. ... Advertising Manager our place tiled, in back also a town. We have been trying Your letters from Its readers -

SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor i in the front. Now they have to find out something from the more effective and are much
taken out all the tile in front SRD but each one the carry a
ROGER KILBY.............................. ... Mechanical Superintendent and not passes lot more weight when ,??
are putting in any buck to the other fellow so we sign
I drainage at all to take care are right where we started. do not However, If 10a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $3.25 per year. $3.25 per six months $2.75 of heavy rains. We will all be Already we have lost one of your name publlshed .

I per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $6.25 per year $4.23 flooded with the drainage from our tenants and unless something resperteu., your In wishes will be
that high bank. The bank Is is done will any ease, they
per SIX months, $3 per three months. no one want must be signed

I I AdrtWng Rap..tau.. Fl. Id. Pew. 11...,... G.I..UIe rl... Amed..s Newspapar Rp no high you can barely see the any place along here. I am reasons we ran; for obvious
I reo.llth>... N.- York, N. Y., Allan. ,. G. 0..1" MI... l tops of the buildings from the not an unreasonable person publish
road. I believe in progress: but but hate to gee everything annnvmnus letfera.

I'll'-1 -

The Fourth Of July IYWr Yf sass

4 One road sign above all other Men's Garden Club Column I

The traditional Fourth of July our tradition. And even those who stayedbut

fathers and their fathers knew hal largely briefly to hear them felt stirrings of By CARROLL A. TOWNS

gone from the land. Fireworks, save for pride in our heritage.All .

organized, licensed displays, have been this it gone or generally to. The parson toBy 1'J crsolt DEVELOPMENT FLAWING: THE bery border. If possible locateit Ignore all but the biggest trcrt
t' near a hose outlet. Pre end palms that in
.: are desirable
them -
outlawed of
on grounds safety. Fourth hat become just one more holiday. GROUNDS mulch It with wood chips peat locations grit your teeth

Have gone the orations, once commonlyheld And something vital, something that was Most newcomers to Floridaare moss, grass clippings or some and start remodelling<<. Here is
in town squares and fairgrounds in so fascinated by the profusion other material that Is easy to where the heeling-m bed can
which leaders in and enterprise at the heart of things, hat gone out of 5 THE REV FRANK J. SHEARER of strange( and exotic move around Heel In new ac do yoeman service by hold.
government Cavalry Reformed Church of quisitions, that were not in Ing plants that
palms, shrubs vines! and trees you want to
paid their tributes to those who American life. Venice GardensLot that they can hardly wait to your plan until you have had keep until you have cleared

founded the nation, and who gave us the It needs to be restored if w* are to plant one of each on their home time to figure out where they and prepared the planting bed

powers of mind and spirit which made save this nation from lethargy and cynicism I k- ....' grounds. It takes careful plan. should go. One of the greatest where they belong
to do this enemies of good order in your Of course you may be al.
nine In
which the going In circles and a way that
was man
the maintenance of freedoms within well from enemies a never getting
possible our as at our Old Testament describes anywhere. The will also produce an uncluttered back yard U the snap decision lergic to living in a planned!

and the creation of material abundance. without. And it can be if, on this and who His as "Little Boxes" popular harmonious and well-or to "Put it There" after a long environment and prefer the
lingered. linger. describesthe
These orators, needless to say, were very Fourth, w* give a quiet moment to ing took place in the city of merry-go-round ride for ganized development. hot day. Too wondering often! thru"THERE"turns nurs.erles. jungle not for If so, If these hints do art
In you. you want
often naive and flamboyant. But still, reflecting on the values our forebearert Sodom which was about to be happiness and security in our our saner moments realize mostof out to be the worst pos. to try for some general( effectof

there was a profound merit h i what they bought for us with blood and treasure. judged by God for its wicked- little modem day life. We build our 4 this,us but are Bible location a year or two orderly] development one
ness and godlessness( That Lot boxes on the hillside later final
said and meant matter how the We must determine to do all to unable to resist hint is worth as much si
no inept w* can a man who knew God should raise our children put braceson e .
Try to all the
o'. group your specimens others combined. Look
choice of words might have been. They defend those values and past them on, have lingered Inside a city their teeth, send them to ..... tatlon the temp-to so that they will help and around. You will see all kindsof

did paint picture of the American ideal, untarnished to our children and our chil which he knew was soon to (college put them In business .tl crowd 'just one not fight each other. Keep tall examples-good, bad, indif.
almost unbelievable and then build their little
be 'judged was they
shrubs in the back of the ferent
bE'd. of how to
use plant
the American' philosophy, the American dren's children. And yet we see count. boxes and get on the same ; more into specimen low ones in front Pick a particular materials to get, various ef.

less today who linger in sin merry-go-round We linger on ourtr area for showing off fects Look especially for older .
and 'Judgment without making monotonous paths which leadus backyardjungle.
your tropical foliage( plants plantings because these
I ReapportionmentIn anv move to get out of Sodom. nowhere because we have it \ It la rather than scattering them all will reveal how your own plant.

Though Lot knew God, he left the eternal dimension out Towne doubly when difficult agenl'rous over the place In among more log will look when it is full
still cherished a desire for of our plans.
sedate specimens. Always remember It Is
grown. an eye-opener 111
friend thrusts rooted
( its latest decision on reapportion. erobla amount that remains In the hands comfort, security and wealth. Like Lot we must make a cutting into our a that a tree, or a shrub see a fully matured pittos.
He is like 'Mr Facing-Both 'holce-either we linger at eager grasp.
ment the United States Supreme Court of the Stat Road Department to be Ways' of Bunyan's "Pil! "Sodom" or we get out com- Here are soma. hints on how less spreads in intend all directions.to pleach Un-it, porum when you have just!
you planted a gallon-size 'Junior
has swung the pendulum from one extreme used at the direction of the County Com grim's( Progress" who while pletelv and really begin walking to keep your home grounds keep it far enough awav froma specimen about two feet from
from into small
to another.Heretofore mission. The county's share of gasoline tan he was walking toward heaven ( Christ's Way. Which Is It scale degenerating jungle.e a wall fence property line or another one. In the last analy
still was looking backwards at -Cannan or Sodom, God or
the rural counties have had In April of this year amounted to $68,715 the world. Many Christians are the world Christ or sin heaven Work out a general plan other grow a shrubs little before so that it collides It can like.sis only Don't you let know some what you

more power than the urban counties. Now, with $6,596 held by the SRD for use at facing both ways-on the roadto or hell? Lot pitched his tent for landscaping vour property with something else. salesman talk into takingon super
you <<
Lay out definite beds for olantIng
edict House heaven while still looking toward Sodom and then lingered e Practice saying I "No
under the high court's basing county direction. shrubbery (1)) around the a project, plant, or anything
back at the world of pleasure Only by the of "
mercy think In a loud clear else
and Senate membership entirely on population "Collier County't share ef' race track and ease The whole world Is God was he lifted from being house (2> along lot boundaries voice to you.offers of "Give-aways" If that do'you fall don't really want"
you for a "hard sell
the situation will be reversed with mad quest for happiness. Judged along with Sodom May and ((3)) to screen the service
funds amounted to around $200,000 last on a unless the "give-away"( Is on heel it In and think it over.

the city voter having the advantage over year. Loss of any portion of this, as wells We're riding a merry-go-round, God lift those of us who linger trees area.and Scot large locations palms, and for your wanted list OverplantingIs It's a lot easier to give away

the country voter. any decrease in gasoline tax receipts keen both the front and backyard bad for the plants your plan a small plant that you don't
As Editor Mite Chance of' the Daily would have to be madeup from the pockets Too Late To ClassifyBy Inwn areas free of dinky e If vour your disposition place is already really want than to suffer withIt
little Tower beds. There are for a year or two and then
News, Naples, points out eight Florida of local over-planted or In .disarray,
taxpayers. many good guides to laving
don't be dismayed. You can have to chop It down or dig
counties can control the state if reapportionment RUSSELL KAY out your grounds. You will find
"This will b the dollars It
r probably and still develop a general plan. out.

is carried out as decreed by cents result of apportionment along lines The older I get I realize that is pay the bills, no matter who of an the excellent"Florida one Plant on Pare Selector 54.
the more I think I know the owes them or how much. We
the court. suggested by the Supreme Court Resi have been still that the nationsof ," published by Lewis S.
less I understand I assume Venice Area Church
These eight are Boward, Duval, Dade, dents of Florida's eight largest counties listening to national and Inter the world retain a sense of Maxwell and on sale In most. Directory I I11'I'
garden suoplv stores and nurseries
t Hillsborough, Palm Beach, Orange and undoubtedly feel well justified in wanting national double talk until I am appreciation and will flock to In the Venice area.

Pinollas Counties. They have a population a larger share of' these two tax sources. going around. in circles like a our demands.banner when the occasion e Remove the sod from the If ATRA CHURCH NT1"1.I" EPISCOPAL: TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH

of well over three million. Florida's population satellite.I Bhrubberv bed and cover the Wa.l>r Lan.
ion COO gain ortieai _
But small county residents can not be listen to the radio and television I am 'Just one dumb individual beds with wash gravel pine Turn Wart lt LlrblbmMR W..hlp s.yHPy., ,i 5usd..unY. u
: in 1960 was 4,951,560. blamed for resisting any change that will read the newspapersand but I don't think they will.I needles, wood chip or whatever Pal-T O. M.d.... v..... wows' Wet 1,. Pm.
I Sundar sent.i ttlft amHnlr OlfIrAI. acrd =:j ..
On the basis of these figures, the above listen to think Twador 5.
a kidding
occasionally we are ourselves for
cost them dearly when tax time relit materials you use Con.munk.ni 11N and In! gundaya. .
J eight counties would be able to outvote speech by a so-called expert to a point that is ri- mulch. This In Itself will pro EPISCOPAL
around. and the more I see and hear diculous. If we can't retain the before VENICE!: ASSEMBLY Of COD MISSION
duce an" immediate effect
three AI ,.
the 59 counties about to Read Hoo
remaining VtnlM Br-Wa. at Mrrtl Arms
"No one, not even small county resi. the more confused I become. support of France after pulling vou have planted a single Nee. Victor. Names. PMMSundar PH t Makes Vtc.r.
one. her out of two wars and if Sunday ,00 a.n.Wtnhip Sank
America Is the most powerful shrub Brhtnl.' 1 lOillO am.Mornm
dents, denies that the thickly populatedareas must sit and watch Wonalv IllOO ..*.
by Britain 5APiTaT
Editor Chance adds: nation on earth according to e When decide to plant HRST
you ....",.. F...... T iW. 9 m.W CHURCH
"If these eight counties control both ef the stat deserve a larger' portion one informant and another tells send aid to our enemies after a! tree palm or a shrub vlsunlbe of these two tunes but not as much as me we are ready to fall apart, all the American blood we shedto the amount of snare it '
the House and the Senate, it is reasonableto they will to take." and if we don't get a shot in aid John Bull then our pres- will need when it Is full' grown. VENICE-NOKOMI8 METHODIST luBdari .'41a.m.. Hundar Srha. .LlIKWam

expect that immediate efforts will be probably attempt the arm we are sunk. ent policy seems pretty silly. If you are unhappy with large IHUHCH ,, Yoo.Wenhlp. Pan StmatIi4lpm *

I made to change the complicated formula So much for the situation in Florida. The nation's brains and brass I used to console myself expanses of mulch between Pdm A>.IUI a Polnuttla/ 4SS-II8I Maat

for distribution of gasoline taxes and, The broader implications of the court's gallop off to Viet Nam every with the thought that the bright Ballon-size shrubs. try planting. John asks Loul. Jon 1.80. .Futor.wonhlp .... and. 11 Wed_Sr TlOtpBL see pit.:, ...7...S.rrl Tray
few weeks and come home to boys in Washington knew what low-growing annuals such as aRrhursh Bartira
probably, a drastic change in distribution decision seems to have created even great. tell us that we are winning the they were doing, that they had petunias or ground cov..r-like ""boolt Youth, 5,45 Pellewehir am.M.thdid I.M ,."

of race track taxes. In the latter case, er dangers nationally.By war and everything is comingup all the facts and knew the wedMia. to Ml In until your CHURCH or THE NAZARENB
and before I can light score, so who was I to question email shrubs have grown up. EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH South Vank
every county in the state regardless imposing upon the states a voting my roses pipe and sit back with a but I have reached the If you don't resist the temptation lot L Tamliml. Trail.. 4'S4(4IPl.tof. Jttt 01 Eart M.at A.Junction....... MlnlawrPhonal 41 sad 171
of receives formula for choosing their legislatures, where I to fill vacant Tha R. Cnarlw L Row.Chorrh .
lire or population now an feeling of security another point am just not up every School' i t:IS ...m.Womhlpi I-a001
equal share of the race track tax the court laid down a court which will delegate returns from afar and SURE anymore. I get the crazy spot with another specimen IQiM sad, Condor Morn''..School.Worahln I',M It.:10.. .-..

"Any change in the formulas for allotting make majority rule( a reality and which tells me that we are in a first feeling ers are that no smarter the so-called:than I lead.am vou later are on.heading for big trouble LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH Youth-.. ..fWrvlca..........1:11I TiM a.m.p.....
class hell of s fix and there Is .. Wdn.dsr ._ ...,... ...
knocks the from under the highly bed 4 \ South en U S. IIDM P. M fiN
these would and the circles Set "heeling-In"
tax receipts mean an props not much we can do about It. they are going up a Rw. Malrln H. II.... 4114001Wonhlp
Immediate increase in the ad valorem complicated and delicately balanced system A well Informed speaker tells around in are as big if not big. ht your service area or In an Barrteaa.. Itilo a.m.Sundar CALVARY RKPORMrTD CHURCH
ger than mine.. implanted part of your shrub- School. I II OF VENICE GARDENS
tat load of small county residents. For for diffusing power and for the pro me that Russia is so weak she Bible Clam 1 till ..?. 1101 North Banran Drift

the fiscal tells tection of minorities. is about to topple and another FIRST CHURCH or CHRIST. CATHOLIC
county agent us screams that she is more powerful BCIENTIIIT CHURCH or THE!: EPIPHANY.

that Collier County has never used ad How long will it be now before the than at any time in her 100 wen VMIIM Aranoa, North Harbor T>.ln Driva>honal and 48I-K111 80"s .d

valorem for road decides "correct" the national history and we better watchour Van,tot Rt. Rav II.'. Caorra W. Oonnlnfa.
taxes secondary construction court the Q.best recipe for folks Sunday Htnrleaa, 11 ..... Fantnrundar
this wherein of step. / s..d., School 11 ..... 11_ .WI..., ..tu>al
for members
M or maintanance. Financing legislative makeup Indicate Wool...... I *m.Readlni Td0, a.. I.ot n.., 10.11..
P I ,I work has accrued to the through the U. S. House ef Representatives Press dispatches newly moved to Room 10 am to 4 p m .. C.efstar, s......., .,11 Se 1:10
if county supposedly Castro Is getting his little pink wept Sundaya ... holiday. and rrlo! 0..., sod ',N r 5,55 ....
r I Its share of gasoline tax Last year Collier are elected on the basis of population ears knocked down and we da; ttntnm form t to ..

I / j County received from this source wellover and each stat, regardless of site don't have to worrY about him Venice GRACE METHODIST CHURCH NORTH PORT CBARLOTTICBURCBM
much longer and then another
; $750,000, not counting a con lid. has two Senators? speaker with inside Information Corn.Ra. of Mllai Plaid D.P.and..Deals... POUT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

tells me that we got no ,I x1 Take out phone call (or coupon below), Similar School. .t4l ........ Dr. Tarnnaa CommuaHT J, ,..Cato. Mlabtar.Sunday I .
more chance of knocking Cas add hostess with baskets of gifts and Wonhlp eartlct. lllOO II se a-au Waiahlp .Saw*
M Y. r, Itto
pm. .
I' I A Selective Market tro off than we have of pacifying I information about the city, stir In genuine Blblt Stadr. Till a.... Wadnaadar.SEVENTH Chlldran'i Adult Claaa aanrlea.Tha bald. ..Imaltaaaawwlla

General DeGaulle. \ end have .se
hospitality, you'll a
t gen.
I don't have a crystal ball DAY ADVENTIST .... Prank 1 Ihaaran Part*

I f'' i 9t.j t t Ai everyone who follow the news Moreover, she adds, "You can't buy a and wouldn't know what to do l.J! \;_ .' erous phone ..end., .....delightful welcome Just Pooooo Trail. H ml. Kla.Putor aaat of Rk 41Nokomia. Bundar Srhnoll Warship I lit II a.m.Morelin rM. ....
with it if I had but it Communltr Hmaalnfi llM
knows, the itock market hat been a boomIng 'great name' and put the shares away in one. ''. Uaorra L Guns =
I seems to me that if we con. \ hrvicaai laturdar. I,III .... 1041.Pranr .
; one for the molt part. New high after confidence that it will remain a great tinue to feed and support our Sanlraai "ilo Tnaada r..nlni.VENICBMOKOMm n. RAPHAPL'B- CHURCH

new high hat been regittertd, along with name forever." Many a stock which was enemies and supply them with 1'IJ' ft rlon PRESBYTERIAN Rt .... II.or'.ENGLEWOOD tlmn W. OnaiariaM.Paator .
t. aid and comfort at the taxpayers CHURCHMlnlaurl
temporary setbacks one a "great name" and led the field in '
expense In the hope that Ioaone bold A. B. rim. Snndar Mua bed ale
It. But this, M columnist Sylvia Porter in.I' value is now well down in the doldrums. they will show their appreciation 141'nia Hialto.' VmleaTtlrphonai Holrd.f Maia BHora tiM Maaa a.m.Canfanlona .
form ui, don not mean that all stocks, What Mist Porter it telling us, ef' course by marching shoulder-to- PHONE 488.J180 X.mdrr. School' 11 |i4l .... _
shoulder with us when the chipsare p---------------- -' Warship Saraleaa' gundarl llM ...... UNITED OSIOT
or even most docks, 'fare well. Not by a it what all other authorities tell us that r.llohl Nall 11 .m_ Cardn Hew CONGKKOATIONA1CIUUSTU1ISVANOEUCAL
down we are kidding ourselves
long shot. For, she points out, on the sam the investor who operates on hunches and Into a coma that we WELCOME NEWCOMERSI! I eon AND REfORMEBrha ;

: day that one group of stocks rachel new tips and guesswork is almost certainly foredoomed will never come out of. Use this coupon to let us know you're here I IHAM" SAINt MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH la. B. Mmattar Hobart Ckabla n-D*M

I used to think that Santa RI.... at .......* Sanlaai balni' bald unporarllr '
: peaks, another group of stocks may touch to disaster no matter what the in a red suit I _____ DM ROT. Donla Dose Paturan, Raetor Vanloa Gardama Raaraatkw Caaur at
.; I' bottom.In trend of the market averages may be. with white was whiskers a guy; but of late I I Snndu. ianliiaaaennwnt (.m.Chord Sunday Sehoal. wltb alaaaaa "... .-a

j other words, It it what i il known at Norhing absolutely nothing can I have decided that he is alone crrr I ( 1 10 ..m,of Holy Communion.flRST -.":.aapt..tba Oaatar tdoll AdnH alaaa alaaa i lat Ini''

II tlctiv market. And that in her take the of and lean lanky Individualwith M.Inp Poor and e.rmsn. I as a.at at aoaM af C.p and Mia. e ar
I a means, place knowledge objective Ii aloe.V..wa
I 'I striped trousers and a tall O Please! have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on "rep I Church .bool I a.. mod H .' MI Shamroa -

'I'' \ Ii word, "Atsuming you are investing! not reasoned analysis of any stock's' pros hat who is a sucker for any. 5 D I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I r....._ -

; :,; j gambling you mutt at always, buy en pects. And that goes for the man who bo<
i J I the basis of your most considered judgment buys a few shares at well at the man who might tolerate him as long as i Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept. I School ass aWer.up iDbelplaa af Cbrlatltfaaonla *_"*
: I laden with packages. threw || ,00 as tampla Eaat J"!
thousand he comes .. -- Tralnlni, Unto. Can .. Paatm Tha Ra, O. -'
t t about a corporations earning prospats buys a Apparently the only thing WI/g. II'II.' ...=.:. .; = ..sem.a"" 33 E..,,,". Ie...... 7.10 p.a.m.i warship It a.mluadw
t management, (financial stability" Induilrial; News/ /Review; $*/>;ic*. this country: ha* learned .I* do WarI..., >nai Mania, |iN p. laaaali. 10 at




What Young People Think take over a four-year-old's
birthday celebration completely -
from theme, guest list, and

Teens Can Succeed In Business game-running.their entertaining Some who careers began '

working with little ones have
By Gil.BERT YOUTH moved on to assist at adult {
SERVICEDid housing. for hamsters and para- parties, where they help clean
keets.If silver, set the table, prepare "
e that summer job evaporate business services are casseroles] and puss canapes.
PIE so that you're one of needed, the teen-ager can for
the vast army of unemployed Thoughtful teen-agers aware
ward first-class mail to the ,
teen-agers of the problems of the
right nowT RoB6EffJaO family, and even take the responsibility who live alone have often elderly found
Why not take a crack at be- ofdeposltln g posts as part-time I
ing your own boss, and selling checks. Sometimes their duties companions.Include ':
a needed service to families in E/VkK' j, Teen-agers with a car at chauffeuring an older persona
your area'Ingenious their disposal serve as mes- fetching library books
teen-agers who sengers for mothers tied down for a shut.In. or reading or
turn their wits into cash, have with small children. Offeringto writing letters for a handi-
devised a number of unique sEaR Qkslcirot.R drop off shoes for repair, capped person.
tt erings. oversee the laundry through
Some offer to serve as caretakers the laundromat and runningcountless The term "bridegroom"comes
similar i ,
for families. i I errands
vacationing from Anglo-Saxon
England -
They bring in the mail, weed they're in demand if they are It was the custom for the
the flower garden, and give ,, quick and reliable. husband to wait on his brideat
daily care to the house plants, Teen.agers with imaginationand the wedding feast and he l',
charging a flat fee for this iron nerves-sell them was called the groom, or servitor
service. They offer temporary selves as party arrangers, and ..

@ TI @j OO@I a

..---- ..........,,:.JIll,. ._----J
COOLING OFF PERIOD- ..EnJlt; a c: Gardens and David -
refreshing soft drink after a lor?. hid "' Ire:0. Both boys will be ninth
rutting lawns (so they told The Junior High when school aL
phc'ographer: who snapped their! pictut,) --)

Hyacinth Control
+a aplpta
Group To MeetThe

BfflPtf V Hyacinth Control Society
will conduct its fourth annual :: z:=.:
meeting at Tallahassee -m I
June 28.30, according to JohnW
Woods, chairmanfor
the society program THE BREAKWATER 3 bedrooms bath. High b comfort, modest in price, the Break- *
The Hyacinth Control Society
is composed of governmental water fits perfectly with Florida's exquisite tropical setting. Aft floors are terrazzo for MONTHLY 95
and commercial interests IITSID
1 F engaged in aquatic weed control easj cleaning. (Second bath, screen porch, carport, and central heating are optional) FROM
: work as well as mosquito i
control interests Emphasis on
this year's meeting will be directed

1i 1a't t their cultural using effects aquatic toward crops.on the herbicides fish hazards and agri-and of [ @j [ID @ D 9

iI The meeting will be held in
I the conference room of the
I 1 Holiday Inn at Tallahasseewith
the public and interested
M individuals invited to attend.

1 !414s GOOD BUY

THE ISLANDER 3 bedrooms, I bath living THE LAGOON 2 bedrooms,1 bath.A uniquely a

.......}14sctGOOD and sleeping areas are large and designed for MONTHLY $111 designed home with spacious, well-planned MMTHLV. $ 8 5
smooth traffic flow. (Second bath, screen PAYMENTS Interior. (Second bath, screen porch, car- PAYMENTS
porch, carport,central heating art optional.) fROM port, and central heating are all optional.) fROM

s r GUY

ps., J9! I rnffi rnrn D W @j

Je ,t ....... I

and creative thinking distinguish the design
':f -1 Hugh G. McPherson of these beautiful homes. Living rooms are spaciousand

bright. Generous wall space permits interesting

--.- 253 S. Tamiaml TrailPh. a sears f furniture arrangements. Bedrooms are ample in size- t

[TAPPING THE TRAVELER'S TREE The pretty model 438-6567 e nearly ad will accommodate twin beds.Colorful bathrooms

knows she will never go thirsty as long the as traveler's she works palm at is SunkGardens one- paaioil are equipped with high quality fixtures. Many have built
en in St. Petersburg
"I f the popular attractions among the many varieties of tropical STATE'nlurane'CampsnieaHams FARM in vanitories. And the kitchens are a dream I Designed I ,
I plants. That water is .actually coming out of the tree, not Ott ices,Bloomlnilon,llnnols THE! S BREEZE 2 bedrooms,1 bath. A spa- $ for step-saving and work-saving efficiency, they offer r \

'rom a hidden water pipe.A cious,airy home designed throughout for in- MONTHLY 8 3 9 such luxury features as formica faced kitchen cabinets
door, outdoor Florida living. (Second bath, PAYMENTS
red British industrialist has to the of- screen porch,carport,central heat optional.) MOM and counter tops, and drop-in gas range with hood
a $14,000 and fan. You'll see for yourself that every detail contributes
"st man to propel himselfer ,
Monthly payments hchdt prfndpj Inttmt tacit
to comfort and low-cost auaiuteaa cL
a mile-long, figure-eight If sad kauri kKwancs wttt HoaiMteul xMiftton.
''urse, keeping at least 10 feet
'We the ground. The Royal

Tonautical looting grants Society and advice.Is con. i VISIT PORT CHARLOTTE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUBSee I

rs the the debris beaches of war of many still lit-of AIR oar! Coif Course homes .' Follow signs off U.S. 41

e Islands of Micronesia.

lof Tl "

Q 8.30AM-6PM: p.. O -'CHARIDTTE

FJo DAILY 4" "

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unleu we help you Port I
we. Your furniture cost plenty 1 cost of room units II
. we see it I Is not broken inansit.
For safe and speedy atry I
"'' call TODAY.
THINK us OF AIRITE ENGINEERING INC. General Development Community !

Heating Air ConditioningSales The Gulf Coast's most carefully planned commnnfty?

. Service Engineering 24 aunt Borto_ of ft M ers,45 miles torto of Sarasota,on UL 4L For_1 Information,call NAWiy!,,
Ph. 488.2373
500 Base Av., Venice \

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THE. Go 0 N I'} 0 L I J: .I. tnxitre. .. ,. rlnotna__ ,. TUIIBtniu.. h._
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I Haley ePReduction JUNe :

Trw Offset In Part Bv War Levv. Extencin

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By REP. JAMES A. HALEY involve neatly. $2: jillion in federal costs !
When the House voted a few revenues. and certainly were kick in Theoretically that when you taxes keep on being extended ise based on administration riding reason: ment spending by an amount rough and derisive 1
days ago to renew for another extra percentageon because the Government never sales talk that these levies The government is still run equal to the revenue derived to witnesses trellll M,
a In no position ( telephone who
year the so-called temporary even after service, airline has enough money In fact, w e would lapse after the war or ning in the red-possibly up to from these "temporary" taxes a federal .rf\1t4\
taxes to pay for the Korean theoretically having arrangedto fares, automobiles, cigarettes, still pay "temporary" taxes wars ended. The taxes are admittedly $10 billion (although we are -that is, by $2 billion. Sales taxes general t ales! t Ui;
war, you possibly did not balance the budget by reducing ury"liquor items beer, wines, and "lux left over from World War II discriminatory, and told it will b. somewhat less) As an afterthought, I may said, are "unfair"m, relies**
think much about It because income without cutting such as ladies'handbags Bv renewing these "tempor doubtless do hurt the sale of for the year ending June 30 add that my colleagues on theW.y. This leads
the e! taxes have and cosmetics, you ary" taxes year after year, the products or services they me to
But Is ,
been re-lm. outgo) to give up two per cent are still for there a simple prac and Means Committee what my tax
paying the Korean
Congress Is -
t posed regularly for 11 years of our budgeted breaking its promise cover. So they should be re tical, and moral way to get have just wound up a series think an experl collesp. .
But you should think about operating war Actually, of course, the -at least Its Implied prom pealed-except for one over- rid of these taxes:; Cut govern. of hearings in which they gave is not a sale excise. tad levy la-if
it, for
the extension of a taxvhich
is scheduled to expire
is nothing less than a tax In-
crease for the period for which
it is extended ,
Actually in
voting to keep in effect the
Korean war taxes, the Houae '
voted to offset some of the
tax-reduction which Congress I '
and the administration promised f 1 you fAVEAl.WA'cr.arIID/
a few weeks ago In the
general tax reduction bill. 1 1IMARK.T. _
That this is true is manifest
In the pressures on membersof ,.
the House to vote to continue
the Korean war excise / i
taxes We were told even : t1IIII'IrD
those of us who had voted
against the tax reduction bill
-that it was necessary that
"a support the excise extension EVERY DAY LOW PRICES S&H GREEN STAMPS
bill in order that the gov. ) <.>
ernment would have enough

money In a to somewhat function.tragic way, SPECIAL SALE PRICE FEATURES PUBLIX "EXTRA-MEASURE" SERVICE

this reasoning was laughable!
to those of who had
I against the general us tax reduction voted ,iii 1iAle vas's tyis 3CC e 53mm gSl ,sort toast pant ksW = E C : C C D
bill because we had done
so as a result of our disbelief

taxes ii the theory without that reducing by reducing expenditures WHERE gaZ Orange, Grope, Punch or Pineapple-Grapefruit

we would assure a SHOPPING
balanced budget. And on the Circus Prinks 1r23c+
vote on the excise extension, IS A
'we were being told by the
same "authorities" on federal PLEASUREWHILE Tasty Van Camp (limit 4)Pork&Be)
financing that because "we"
had passed the tax-cut bill, :the
government: could! not get alongunless iiis Sao lOc
"we" extended the"temporary"
Korean war ex- b
Clue taxes j qi- ) Ga..Red Standard Canned
The excise levels in question

ol11aloes. '#a 3 1 Oe
Chef Carter's ; .

Hot Weather HEINZ I I White, Pink or Yellow

Scot Towels jumbo 2ge
Salad i l

summertime Becoming as the one increasingly patio hot dish supper for popular is a. B A BY F 00 D Mr. Bell' Tasty Strowb.mPreserves.

i 1 German Van Carter potato, who salad.served his ,o; ; li iar25r :;
family Hot
German Perfec ,
tion Potato Salad when he was IT LASTS
chef du Jour at the Gourmet fit;
Club dinner last week, suggeststhis Ma .s I
be accompanied with a
companion jellied salad, such
as a Horseradish-Lime Salad. STRAINED SC JAR
With cold cuts, a tossed salad
or relishes, drinks and a dessert .
R summer afternoon kitch- -' IIr.r.T.TJT :
r IL
entime can be cut to a minimum ,
and a supper with both 8e '
} taste end eye-appeal can be JUNIOR JAR ; '
I. produced for either a familyor ///111
: party meal.
i: Iris recipes for both dishes:
I Hot German Perfection
Potato Salad
3 pounds potatoes, boiled and 'i4
,+ either sliced or cubed,
:.: 1'"/ teaspoon salt, small a.It' REG. KING :PU
: mount
It'j 2/3 cup chopped onion. ;
>s teaspoon celery teed Cigarettes 2S? 2ctn."c
4 ley:2 tablespoons chopped pars

9 slices bacon, drained and iimli I d9ot ptr ctos7pm r

: crumbled 1 tablespoon flour All Flavors Bordens RICES" EFFECTIVE Hh, purchase)* f $ or tnorSwift's

H cup white vinegar. JUNE 25, 26, 27

r 1 parsley 2 Toss tablespoons potatoes and celery sugar with seed., onion Put Ice Milk 9Q:II 38c

I:. in skillet one tablespoon bacon .
I fat. and stir Into fat the flour SeminolePlain I
until smooth. Gradually adds
i vinegar and 'It cup water. Stir '

I I point.in sugar Pour and over bring potatoes to boiling and Clorox :hill:: 32c

tOIlS lightly
," Sliced radishes may also be or IodizedPremium
added if desired.

f :2 lIoneradlsh.Llme packages llme-fl. vored Salad eel- BACON

;,,'.: atm Salt 9c
} :2 cups hot water.
){ 12-oz. Philadelphia Cream
jlt I .
'. Cheese 1'3 cup mayonnaise. Breakfast Club Evap.
: 1 teaspoon salt

.\. 2 tablespoons tarragon wine Milk lib. 39 '
vinegar. can lOc
i' 2 tablespoons lemon juice 0 .
j j1 1.No drained.2 can crushed pineapple
i \
f i't' !: S.8 tablespoons horseradish.
i Small amount sugar, to taste
I'1 Dissolve ,
J,(p ened.. Chill In until meantime sll'htly, thick.blend Rath Black Hawk Master's Delicious
:' '" cren-n! rheese and mayonnaise, Venice Center
,Ii!, l add salt, vinegar lemon Juice, raa Shopping
: drained nlnespple and horseradish .
d ?1 Combine with gelatin, ,
I Its r '1 ) I't blending molds.well.Serves Turn Into 12. individual Canned Hams Cottage Cheese ; Store Hours:

!, : "' 1l.,/ :,i j'\ 4 1., +c...\: Farm Mnrt t gages 1 Ib. 2 Ibs. Mon. Fri. 8:30: 9:00:

; Record Increase "

..I Florida farm, grove and 4 lb. $ 349 Sat. 8.301:00'
I I I 1 t.r iif I ranch recorded real during estate last year mortgages came 21c 39c : :

.1 '
,.. ,
I "I' 1' to $71,434000, a gain of 13 per
: >i I 1 cent over the previous year,
I. i ;1'I d compared with a 17 per cent
t-t'I C I' national Increase according to
) the Florida State Chamber of
.yr. Commerce.
I I''i'I j ; "The prlnclnaj single! -source
. '; '1 of these funds
borrowed by
I ",v 1
Florida farmers was Production
; 4'
I, ; I Credit Associations which ,
f I' loaned $27.BflO"00 or 39 per cent
, ""I t of the total. Nationally these
t Association loaned only nine
i r r per cent of the total.


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na M the Happy Difference iQ X

/i 1., IO at. t );

,RlltRlntn -" Dole Pineapple-Grapefruit (limit 4)) ,4 #
A Ar st t -'-...-t
mmr Fruit Drink 4 $1.
:t cans:

Delicious Sacramento Brand
,ol1lalo J. 1I 4 46-01.cans $ 1 IS A PLEASURE "

Sliced or Halved Yellow Cling

11 F&P S SDel Peaches 4o ;2 $ 1.

t _
55 Mont. Light MeatCllUllk

Tana 46z.: : $1.Delicioul .

., Van Camp (limit 4))

POBIIX = Pork & Beans #can 300 1 Oc

.,... F&P Flavorful GreenPeas

or Beans 2 #cans 303 29c

__ _
Famoui Maxwell Home Giant Size

Instant 1 lOoz.
Coffee $119
en GOVERNMENT INSPECTED (limit 1 per customer with purchases of $5 or morel) _
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PRICES '' _.:::;
} :
Beef / .ww EFFECTIVE ;;; -
Standing v
,' ,
.1 s c THUDS. FRI. SATs
Rib Roast lb.69c S ,, JUNE 25, 26, 27, 19(4

Tender Key.Club.

Steak lb.89c 1, c tOOFREE1SOO

Flavorful Beef ffl Green StampsShort *
Ribs lb.29c
.$2.. liie $1.59, '
tit* Jun. IT 1M4) f
Tasty Fresh u r- / O' VVVVVQVUVVVVvvvvu

Ground Beef 3lbs. $129 IOO EFflEA IOOJ"

S ,S Ss S ( Green.....- Stamps!
>' /f LUNCH .
..3 6-ot...pkgs. 87c
( .1 im III Junt IT. IH4)tf
f a B
Broch'i (rtjulor 29c) Condf rXXEXTRA 'X ("
Orange Slices 2 bags 49 5O VVV FREE VVV 50

Irach'e (Healer 2gel) Cord J:( Groen. Stamps...
viA Ait mi purditM
Spicettes ,.. .. .. 2 bogs 49* Swift' Premium let Cream.. Gordon'i Famoui Twin Pick... I SWIFT PREMIUM CMPM SMOKIES ;
.. Cake Roll 3 .. 1 Pot Chips 59
Inch'i ( .ul. 29c) pke lee ...12-oz., ..:...pkg. 59er _
f ( irw June IT. afe i
Big. Ben Jellies 2 ..,, 49 .. I rW M I ft ft ftnn nnnnnnnn ft iA oS p ,
F F V. Old .hio. Sugar Swift' Premium CarnidCookies
I4ptef39: Beef Hash #;? 29
Sunikmt't Fimilir Ftveritt Rid Hurt "1.I.r .r Liver Flaror.d r
Fig Bars ... 'Jr:.:. 39' Dog Food 8 :::. $1 1 oTl'i Green. Stamps. !
= w11 .1 .M MI Md. .1
.... .

.-__-_ 15-ot. pkg. 79c
--- OMirM '.L. Jun IT. IM4)
r --=.

dairy specials S 11 Delicious Florida ii-Grown produce lane a !SO-"ij EF lEA SO

Sweet M lulfermllk Style PIHibunrBiscuits Jj// Green Stamps..... !
4 Si: 39* Eggplant each 9, I Herman's.r.e.I.wd Orange Band Bag Sausege.h ;J

Smooth rio: ..rful MerfulMSwift's ,., (Mb.( pkg. 49c
Tart Tangy Juicy .....
f' A ,sweet 2 ct... 49 ;10111Lucky (I"rln. JuM 17. S"'I ruxi
Lemons, dOSe 29c )
Whipped Dene Topping !
Whip 1"X( XTRA 'X (
R -- Crisp Pascal 50 VUV FREE VUU"SO

frozen foods .. Celery 2 stalks large 21t. I McCORMICK'S Jy// Green-'UI..4.' PURE BLACK Stamps....PEPPER..... ;
PictfWMt Orange Juice 4 V.1 99<<< r -==:.. Brimming Quart Basket -_ 4-os. can 39c
Jl I. .L. (.b. Jun IT. swoG.Id.e C

Hush!! Puppies"< Culck Fro.": 4 1;.:; 89( Totty Loin Center Roast Cyt Perk . . ''b 69 Tomatoes' each 4" I\OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQO)

L.en' Cenur Cu 50IDEXTRA
B.neuef BroodDAaeA.dinners ;JUV.:: 39<*< Pork Chops . . . lb. 69 +a r$..kCh.f' it, J+-,' SO
...... 1<< Green_ Stamps. !
Ckole. Quick Temow'i Teify Fresh -010' '" _. ..._aft
French Fries WienersCoptloiU ... . . . lb. 37 VeniceD.nIi.IJ
Quick fntnFordhook 3-oi.. ....jar 79e,
.... Pek t".L. JUN 17 SHCI
2..lb. 59 Sllc.e1 .Uy 8
Limas < Center t S
N.,.,' Fr... $... l..J Lunch Meats .. . . lb. S9 Shopping QQQ.Q.QOOOOOOOOOOUOQ
Frozen Rolls . 'V49Fm ( Swift h.miurnBr.unschw.iNr/ .. A'
( ,tr Rolli. Dinn.rBmpr..e P.rk.rheuwt) Sandwich Chubs 2 !pkgs.69C k : Store Hours: 5OEXTRRolle :'M5O
,..... 1
:rood / J"( Green
Swordfish quick Steak tf Ot Frnk FIII H .f 49'ft ;MARKE T B ; Mon. Fri.. 8:30: 9:00: I HEINZ...HAMBURSIR...-....Stamps....,..SWEET.-... ;
Mrt. Pou"". ....u, 51.. Red Grouper S lb. OR HOT DOG RELISH
Sticks . 14 et. 49( ....I.t!! jar 27c,
Fish pke Swlft'i Premium, Sllce4Bologna Sat 8:30: 7'7:00': r\ JUKI ...
T..u" I.1." D.r in d 98 .............. ..... : 39' 0000000000000000000 .
Peeled Shrimp 'i.tr ,
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I NOKOMIS NETTINGS GDC Board Chairman [ Venice East News I IB1

Reports Firm In Black SALLY STUBBS 'ny will accompany her on the Germany and hopes his
By MARY ALICE MtRRlY The other daughters: in New new Forrest Lakes Golf Club. trip. After short stops for visits are such that Mrs. Walker orders
Phone 4885319 York called him on the phoneto They captured three blue ribbons Mr and Mrs. Joseph Schus their they him. can
with friends on way accompany The
The wedding of Mary E. wish him happy birthday. and one third place. General Development Corp In each of the preceding three ter, are renting the James will spend time with Mrs. Mc- Walker and his son are ardent Senior
Peace and Vern Inman has - Southworth home at 117 Wood. Betty fisherman and
operations are back in 'he years Carthy's sister, Mrs. the Walker'
been announced. The ceremony Mr. Rudolph Murray had a Mrs Albert Anderreg Is re profit column Charles H. Kell- "You can say we lost $5 rose Street for the summer Kruzinskl, in New Bergen, N boat is In readiness for the
took place in Sarasota Mrs birthday last week climaxedby norted in Buffalo General stadt, board chairman and million," Mr. Kellstadt explain.ed. The Schuster's new home on J. many trips they are planning
Peace was employed at the a telephone call from his Hospital. She has had a very chief executive officer of the "But it's not out-of-pocket Dorchestire Drive has already -0- in the gulf and surrounding,
King'f Table They went to "randchildren in California serious heart attack but is reported $175 million Miami-based landcompany loss as such. We added $6 million been started so they can have. Mr and Mrs. Willard Walker waters
Highlands, N. C. on their singing "Happy Birthday Dear to be slightly improving told a stockholdersmeeting I I to our reserve (provisionfor the fun of watching its progress 101 Sandhurst Drive, will I -0-
honeymoon, a perfectly beautiful Grandpa" to him. Then a conversatIon We wish her well and a here last week I improvements). This I I, be entertaining their son and Mr. Don Gordon Just recelw|
spot just south of Ashville, with each one of the return good health shoitly money in former years had -0- daughter-in-law for the next 10 ed word from Mr and
N. of them including two sets Kellstadt said the companyIs Mr and Mrs. R. G Moffitt Mn.
C. It will
six been shown as profit days Lieutenant and Mrs Ed- Robert Duchene, of
r in excellent financial condition have received Worthlnj.
word that their
of twins'The Mr and Mrs C. D. Freck provide for better roads and ward Walker are coming from ton, Ohio, that they will
( and that there is arrive
nothing lIon-ln.law. Leonard F Herzog,
Murray were
Rudolph *
Mr and Mrs. Jack Mcll other installations. Va where Lieu- next month to
haney spent last weekend" in babv sitting grandparents this spent the weekend in St Petersburg listed on its books as assets II, was one of the 10 men in occupy the house
built and
tenant Walker is stationed at he sold to
weekend with four grand- with their daughterand / "that you can't reach out and the United States to receivethe them this
Miami with Jack's daughter past The
Camp Lee This visit to their fprlng Duchenes
much aon-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. touch. Free Enterprise Awards had not
Agnes Carccla, who was celebrating children here. Not Tax Collections will be the last for planned to be here
all Richard Hatchell "The Assn. Inc honors Mr. Her the
her wedding anniversary I do since the boys were books of this company
1 some time as Lt. Walker is due late fall but the change in
meet at the ," he said "are clean zog was the youngest of the their
as well as Jack's birthday. Iln the swimming -0- as as for an overseas assignment In plans will see them
Continue Rise and the first scientist to resident
a whistle We hope this will
We also have other sad news July. He will be stationed In of Venice East In JulyMORE ,
I receive the award. The
provide a conservati financial recipients -
in that Mr. John E. Sweetwood
f passed away this week. Mr. basis to begin an aggres- Tax collections by the State were chosen from business -, -

Sweetwood was born April 17, sive sales program." Beverage Department continued men who overcame obstacles :........,.,.-__..." ....--11 "' -'- ,, <
1 1893 in Hinton W. Va. He was The company, developer of to mount with Maya collections and rose from the ranksto PEOPLE ARE READINGAND
i taken north to see if anything Port Charlotte, North Port bringing the total to become heads of great industries
could be done for him but had Charlotte, Port St, Lucie, Port 111557287.77 for the 11 Mr Herzog Is the SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER
to be rushed to Chesapeake & Malabar and other city.sized months of this fiscal year, according founder and president of Nuclide -
Corp. and Nuclide Analy ""d .
Ohio Railroad Hospital in Himt- Florida communities, will enjoy in Beverage Director
1 1I ington where he died. He is profits of 10 cents a share Richard B. Keating. sis Assn Mr. Herzog and his
wife (the former Lisa Moffitt)
survived by a daughter and For the first six months of 19C4
said collections\ for and their children Fritz, 9,
I lllre1111.1Y three sisters of whom lived Mr. Keelstadt said. Keating ;
I one
; Heather, :1, and Clayton, I, JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY
THRU lulrTxytt In Miami. He was a charter Based on 6818,758 shares May reached $9,509.092 61, for re INC
side In Abilene, Texas The
member of W\\I Barracks 764 an increase of 26.08 per cent
outstanding, this would be parents and grandparents are ,I n A uran.ce
of Venice about $690000 compared with over May of last year. Cigar. eagerly awaiting the Herzog's /

-0In earnings of $157,196: for the ette taxes brought in $4356- promised visit to them In their EstoblilheJ m

a simple little occident same period last year. 668.42 of the total amount, followed new home in Venice East this =1 : 243 W. VENICE AVE.

slipping!! on a rug, Mrs Elmer The tightening up of GDC's by beer with $2,538 summer. VENICE, FLORIDA
COUBTESYfu41-lR \Viltsie fell and broke her wristin books has been cosily, Mr. Select and Conwlt 'Indt- '
"two places this. verk We Keelstadt told the stockholders 241.89; liquor 1894150.54; and Leaving soon for an eastern PHONE an
are so sorry to hear it and the company lost $:5.2 million wine, $688,930.88, Miscellaneo is vacation Is Mrs Audrey McCarthy pendent Insurance Agent at you

FRE pEsi hope it will mend as quicklyas m 1963, $513,892 in 1962, and collections\ made up the bal of 126 Sandhurst Drive. ,i 4886791 would your Doctor or lawyer

f r t possible I profited more than $5 million ance, the Director reported Her two sons Steven and Dan- w .. .........,.. ._ .. ...
i OEpI
1 -
There are several membersof
WWI Barracks 784 journey-
ing to Orlando the (coming
weekend to their state depart.

ment will convention accompany The hem Auxiliary and- STARTS TODAY..ATYOUR FORD DEALER'S

I Why experienced I IS they Cherry will Plaza be Quartered Hotel in the

t Our grandsons wanted to .
travelers ..........
goTrailways drive to Osprey Sunday to see
, tstlTaYM.. ,,*,
their "Cousms Being grand-
/ aS mmmK ar..a annns.srw aaanar,.
parents and baby sitting we Ei= ass == == Mwss Summertime is saving
were hesitant about them be. HK1 MM glyft.14 aYG 1AY A@rts"tLA3r/ !&W1glitada
log on the road Sunday. Just !I I'In.W '! AI.anI ::.I a oAA'MW wvo-: Ford Dealers
old fogies! you see. However, 'ra1At 3 MCVBEOJWMM* Mm z4Mtra tusevratmwtn auraeevsestl time at your, !
1 we relented and let them go .rsr enw! fit! KVM UKrnair eta' IKHI taKvr tna iwuuaur swonyxravert ,
I Tra I_vavs treats you) better an car the map'' i Shortly they were back at the K7 ::sam stay met* ova ana twj, MU Af'r3 nun ran I
vgaLl..4v3JJ !, w' iS7P grati7 L w May7 rash li'z.f aifM..r attrrl IM6

Visa Travel' V f lrst.21. ;cassnAn'ra'sm,. '.S P.': ";' <"e..t tr':rdern l'| 'r-' L ruaterestrocn j'es 1 out front to see door the so"Cousins grandma," think.went ?1e! mi5t: I= := :::: :& :;;: ===:::: = Our sales are sizzling at an afl"me highland -

A'? "e. .: ,CJt to ace >our trip nq they were young children we're keeping the pot boiling with big
pleasure .e 11 t III ',. I i What was mv surprise when I
I ; aw three beauteous blonde rau.vtts.l asasss.ttnsa.eas ..eeraet! ........ savings on every Ford, Fairlane and Falcon J
af 17. 15 and 13. cal anal aWmgrsoMeLe'w:aaaesaav mats atewoclas axsaaaxra in stock!
No wonder the grandsons .a -- _w rlr +w'.e.r' Ia5 4P asrrr w enawexetdISF9M
LK1f ALAPIr kAa7 IHHI abYMiw -U
wanted to go over to the For. '','ae*, 'ei arwreuai 15t3-ai Low l low extra trade in
rest LAkes Golf club pool and Plea riot 1:: :: "v ==aL r4S5h sWr prices-plus an -

*h The"w them girls.off daughters! of Mr sen1a lain ::: =: = = ieee ::: M"par a'1W FB8 bonus on your present car! And that's

and Mrs Charles Fortin of 14= waIyavi1"LW ::::=== =. only the start of what you save. Ford's

Pennsylvania and uranddaugh- 1Ylaiaaala la-ar, faolWlaYtl oral Ur
exclusivetwice.a.yearor6000milemaintenance ( -
tens of Mr and Mrs George
Fortin of St Petersburg, are schedule keep on saving money

here on Liinne a visit, Llnnette Their namesare and -= = ear ;::;= ::::: for you mile after mile after mile. Come
i Easiest travel earth -
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