Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00211
 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 29, 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: UF00079934:00211
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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.. yh A real, old-fashioned grassroots time oratory which was part and a gala fireworks display patriotic organizations coop-

Fourth of July celebration and parcel of the traditionalJuly which promises to be the biggest crating: the all-day celebrationwill '
J[ : is on tap for Venice area 4 doings of yesteryear. I and best held here in recent be held at the high school '\
resident this weekend Climaxing the day's activl- years. athletic field. Festivities will W # fi
Only thing missing from the 'n'l will be the third annual Sponsored by the Venice !Ret underway about noon. I r Fr wen +MMts

fun-filled day will be the old. Miss Venice beauty pageantad Jaycees, with other civic and Highlights of the day will Include r' t M sNdL

an old-fashioned "crack-
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e er" pig barbecue during the

NOKOMIS YOUTHS OPEN DAY CAMP early part of the afternoon '
1r 17 ti a I t 1e"a ) .. followed by races, games( and
other competitive events.
(Gondolier Bhuto bj D.nl J Mu"", : One of the features of the

mAT'CHA MEAN, 'TOPLESSr'-Little Kirsten Isphording ;I Money For LearningThe afternoon's activities will be a

'C' i to be just a little puzzled about all the furor over the colorful flag-burning ceremony r f; ra JI
cjtr topless bathing suits. The two-year-old Junior Miss itv conducted at 4 p.m. by No-Vel '

. i .u1 htenof Mr nnd Mrs. Roger 0 Isph"r lnl1. 027 Dawn Two enterprising South University of Florida in day camp program will I Post 159 of the American ; I I

t Venice. That's Mom with the little bathing beauty. County youths have come up Gainesville, stays with his run five days a week, Monday Legion. Another Legion-soon- l
with a vacation business ven- uncle and aunt, Col. and Mrs. through Friday. The fee is two shred organization the Flor lr

ture they hope will net them James G. Kalec, Nippino dollars a day which Priest ida Hichway Patrol Auxiliary liI r ,
some funds for college in the Trail Nokomis. points out "actually is cheap- will sell popcorn and Ice cream
OK/ For South/ Seas Using the Venice public (Continued on Page 2) throurhout the afternoon. iI .
fall.The beach as a base of operations, A highlight!!! of the day's activities
two Bill
young men will be the Miw Ven- MISS FRANCES WEBINGA
Priest Miller will instructthe
Priest and Terry Miller, both and
Ice beauty pageant! scheduledto

Not For Venice of day Nokomis camp for, have boys from started eight a youngsters gymnastics.in Swimmingwill swimmingand Hospital Gets pageant begin of at pulchritude 7:30: p.m.will The be

- be under the supervisionof Gals
through 14 years of age. The divided Into three parts: swimsuit Primping Up
Priest, a qualified lifeguardand
is scheduledto
program talent and evening gown
Don't strain your eyes look- carcel on the charge of "inde open at 9 a.m. today. high school swimming and Federal GrantVenice competition.

1ft topless bathing suits on cent exposure." Several persons Priest, 18, is the son of Mr. diving champion in his native The beauty contest to selecta

u'" Beach.T'nsre laid they believed the and Mrs. E. LeRoy Priest of Kansas City has beer new Miss Venice titleholderwill
are more reasons why case would be hard to prove Sunrise Drive, Nokomis. He Young Priest served as a granted $92,429 in federal funds be run according to official For Beauty TitleProspects
l u! ,on't see them than there on this charge but local ordinance will be a sophomore next year lifeguard at the Venice beach for construction of outpatient rules of the Miss Florida
t threads in Rudi Gernrcichdm 136 (indecent exposure]) at the University of South ]last year and taught diving at facilities in the hospital addition and Miss America Pageants

< s.D. Is the only covering statute Florida in Tampa. the Venice Gardens Recreation under construction. and the winner will be eligibleto !!!
and Citv Attorney Miller 22 senior at the Center pool. now of a last-minute wood crown
Gernrcich. who has Prosecuting a compete in the 1965 t/iier I
-i.'ner The grant was made 01a
two in the upcoming A June graduate of Venice
entry or
Thomas thinks the fact
Ralph !
with Florida Pageant at Sarasota.
c Miss Venice contest had generated High France la the
would speak for themselves. I naid for
e introduction of his $40 toG to put a like sum for incorporating An all-expense trip little excitement daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul
which "We'll enforce the ordi Hitched two to the New York World'sFair no
omen's swim suits the facilities into
J. Crest Dr.
City Budget among the seven girls already Webinga 2021 E. ,
,. ," Police Chief Johr due for will be awarded as first
ist only spaghetti straps the $700,000 expansion entered in the July 4 beauty Overbrook Garden.
)in the waist up, is way Shockey laid completion In December. prize to the new Miss Venice
time for
pageant up to press The
blue-eyed, fair-complex-
and other
t.il. of his time according A second, and practically! The federal money Is provided along with a tronhy this edition of The GONDO- ioned contestant Is statute
Vui ce Either that or he's compelling reason why suits by the U. S. Public Service smaller prizes. First runner-up LIER. a .
five feet, eight inches tall,
will receive a four-day cruise que "
s -harpoit publicity man won't be seen on Venice Beachis To 3 Main SourcesThe under an amendment to the
I for two to Nassau and second Competitive spirit of the I with a 37'-2.-38 figure. She
Hill-Burton act. The amend
curd, if he were using the that $80 Is a lot of moneyto funds runnor-up will enjoy a free girls has Increased as each has )light brown hair and
-i.5' :; as a wales gimmick( pay for the nothing a woman ment provides that such announced weighs 128 pounds.
weekend at a Lido Beach hotelIn new entry was ,
be used exclusively for out
rainy buyers (and some can don by throwing away "big three" in anticipated valorem taxes are expected Sarasota. with each determined to do For her talent, Miss Webinga
r-" ,mars) seem to think. the top of her bikini, several! revenue sources to run the to bring $247,531. This includes patient facilities. Each contestant also is to her best to capture the Miss will present u clarinet solo
Word that the 892,4.9 grant
ft'h itcver, is back of the idea, laid.Medically .
women city of Venice during the 1964- $230,531 in current real estate receive free swim suit from Venice title.Winner She has been playing the instrument
had been approved was received -
l.i the nation with a wallopt I there Is no reason 83 fiscal year will come from taxes, $14.000 in delinquenttaxes in a telegram over the Beall's Department Store in of the local contest for the past eight
north of the solar plexus she shouldn't, or should expose and $3,000 In interest and years.
ad valorem and cigarette tax- weekend from Rep. James A. the Venice Shopping Center will be eligible to compete
A Venice beim; situoted onc" her bosom to the sun, a es and the Florida Power & penalties. Haley and Sen. Spessard Hol and two free beauty treatments next year for the 1985 Miss The newest contestant was a
ilor with miles, nnd miles local physician said. Smokers Pay Big Share cheerleader in high school anda
Light franchise. land. at the Anne-K Beauty Shonne Florida title against winnersof
is " of more than passing since $110,000 of the total anticipated second for the contest. communities Honor Society. She was chosen
with no bad order, account for the largest proceeding rapidly will Increase 30 or more
I t"' this week the beginning of time," he single sums on the Income side revenue will come from' the hospital's capacityby Deadline for contest entrieswas throughout the state. 1964 Prom Queen and was

.An Interesting subject Ven- said "but from a moral stand- of the city's new budget. Ven- cigarette taxes, $14,000 from 70 pr cent. Private contributions Saturday night. Bob Seventh entry In the contest first runner-up In the Sarasota
iv*, but no thank< you noint there is surely no reason ice's fiscal year runs from road and bridge taxes, $23,000 have been made to Knuckles, Jay c e e pageant was announced late last week Herald-Tribune's 1964 Mi s n
r i=n't accepting Gernrclch's"IF i againstthe from occupational license fees chairman, said entries were by Jnycee contest chairman Mailaway contest.
for such exposure. am July 1 to June 30. cover more than one half the 51
or his su qestion. idea because I believe that the antici- $3,000 from land clearing liens cost of the addition with another closed a week ahead of the Bob Knuckles She Is 17-year- Miss Webinga's favorite
For one reason the young! psychologically the effect More than half for the next and $300 from prior years' paving $300,000 still to be collected contest so that the necessary old Frances Murle Wr'iinpa; sports are swimming and ten

. Wed- r
the idea of anvone past 18 budget year, beginning The FPL franchise is expected
f ding[ such a suit) who dar- The local stores will not nesday, will come from ad va to net the city 30000.
I to appear on the public stock them and managers expressed lorem or real estate taxes. Out Building permit fees will bringin

"'MI,, h in such attire would their feelings about of a total budget of $443,708 another $3 000; fines and

r"i',,', p'ly b<- rushed to the local (Continued on...W...- -3>" -.- ._ .-- forfeitures $2,800;; Interest on
time deposits $2.500; refunding -
construction advance from

the Municipal Trailer Park,

M.OOO; trailer park administrative
expenses $900: Venice

(Continued on page 2)


'Safe And Sane' S&* &ft&>? 'u. ? &., /,4l 'T"l4yt&' *fhb t8 &is&P

Driving RulesAn ,

eight-point program for Yr ydY
'safe and sane" motoring over + a
..d tP w" the July Fourth weekend was
issued today by the Peninsula al y

Motor Club, '!fr pt l i l

The AAA club predicted a i w rth'' t {SrJ
record number of cars will bon w r
the road during the holiday

tM weekend, and offered the following
suggestions to motorists

4eee A } planning trips over the Fourth;
a 's e Allow plenty of time for
the trip, Leave early and stop t

early for the night. You will r

avoid traffic and unnecessary
4r, ss rlligue.I
vl. On long expressway trips,
t at designated rest areas
t "a.t[ 4 h every 100 miles or so for a

f stretch and a coffee break. -
e Avoid drinking while driv- v
Ing, >* \ ; \ ssx.r "

S e Familiarize yourself with V> ATJli32 &. ML% -, '

the traffic regulations of the

w. area you plan to visit and
obey them. J
e Enjoy the scenery but do r

not neglect your driving. It Is

a full-time job
e Treat your car to a mechanical VIEW FROM 'CLOUD 9'-Downtown Venice looks like a toy growth with sensible building anH toning ordi" ncet and 'a
check-up before you well community In this aerial city beautification program second to none anywhere 3
modern planned
model of a ,
In Venice becoming one of the
this has resulted
Florida All
leave.Drive consistent photograph of the business! section, looking vest from the which to live those seeking .
at a speed Mexlcr. And Venice is, most sought-after communities by
.. iOoemlM photo by S>m Dillon) with road and weather conditions Tamlami Trail toward the Gulf of been designed by one beauty and contentment in the finest climate to be found

Debbie Murphy tells him about regardless of the posted indeed a 'model' community, having Ideal retirement home for anywhere (GONDOLIER'S Photo by Darryl Mattox, through
while of the nation' ,planners as an
DAVE CORBETT HADN'T HEARD a word listen them at Venice Beach. She, is, also! assuringhim speed limit. with the Brotherhood top of Locomotive Engineers<< Farsighted city courtesy of Pilot Stan Lavlns),
his ether motorists
about topless bathings suits (no doubt and everyone else, that NEVER, NEVER e Treat consideration. officials have since enhanced the orderlythough i pid-
book Is a volume of Wordsworth poetry) NEVER: would she wear one courtesy and

but h. seems to b. more than willing to I


Insect DamageTo I OBITUARIES --I

i' Budget Breakdown PRICE at 11 am at St, Mark's Episcopal of Warren, Ohio
Trees Less '" Church. grandchildren 'a..I
6 of Rawles Funeral Home Is in Funeral
Albert Guthrie Price, 82 service
Fewer Florida trees were 'i (Continued from Pare 1) are expected to be $37,226. including 409 Granada Ave. died Fridayat charge of arrangements ducted today at Bowleg will! be eon
destroyed by insects this \ 01 u J 4tI .., I Airport administrative exs a $25,000 item simply Venice Hospital. A memorial fund is being al Home \ y
than I labeled "other." established his name at St with The RwAdT ,
one ,
year ago ac<.or t III I ; 1 $273: and misccllaneu Born in Allay, N, Y., he later -
to the Florida City Clerk Harry W. Hager Mark's dee of Ha.
Forest Se "to' : 4400. lived In Providence, R. I, IleilI
which has completed it? eighty!' .;, : I On the expenditure aide or said the city has a reserve ac- and came here from that city Church officiating Intel'lllf
annual aerial damage SUI \ l'\' the budget, the city expects to count for that fund in the bunk nine years ago He was retir- LEE F. \VII1TMERLee will be In Gulf PInes Memoli!
Some 23,000 000 acres of I 1.1d1'ere l ..} payout $22,67S for genera It is not shown however, in ed from the Texas Co. of Providence F. Whitmer 69, died FrIday Park ,
covered by aircraft u, i I"fc !government, Including $18.29 the budget adopted last week where he had been employment at his home at Gulf-to-Bay JOHN
special graph recording equipment I f 1t for the office of the city clerk by the City Council. manager for 33 Trailer Park, Englewood. REISNg8
Pine acreage ur\evcd tax assessor and collector: Sir Water DepartmentThe \ears A retired owner of an electrical John J. Reisn,, 60, of M.
totaled about 11 million acres f''f. I 450 for municipal court: $1,180 Water Department expects Price member of and welding. shop inCheaterland. guerita Drive, Warm Miller,
Mr. was a
rt"f for city elections; and $3,750 to take in and expend St Mark's Episcopal Church Pa, he came here Springs, died Thursday at VII
) .,. I..J I ", to the city attorney for legal $115,445. Anticipated receipts Masonic from that city two years ago! Ice Hospital
Fourth Of July work Include $108,000 in water sales and of Harmony after his retirement in 1961. Mr Reisner was a
I l.f Largest expender of fund $4,770 in hydrant rental and Lodge of ProvIdence. He was a native of Callcnsburg, atonal wrestler for 35 profe! '

(Continued from Page 1)) : 11' II will be the Public Works De. $1,000 each on equipment rent Survivors Include his widow PaMr working under the nom yeu, '
I I partment which expects to al and interest on time deposits Mr, Nellie Dies Price: o Whitmer was a WW I Johnny Kline and for 30 .I,
rehearsals may be held in- I I' PL e. spend more than one third nf daughter, Mr. :Sydney J. veteran. was in the pM 'Jr ,II, "
curing a smooth-running per- ," tor. the city's anticipated revenue Topping the list of proposed Browne of Fort Myers, and Survivors Include his widow, field. In Penns1\.ana, and herap WI
formance at the July 4 festivl I .: : .. r.1 IiNlNE'rY II The city has budgeted $IM.. expenditures are a $21)).677 payroll three grandchildren. Mrs, Elliott Mrs Bertha W Whitmer; a Virginia He also] was In bash,
ties ... .. .. .. 611: for public ,,works Including $10300 for utililes $14. Trommald, Miss Karen daughter, Mrs. Alice Dorn of Inc construction in Plttsbure', '
A briefing session for contestants $12.S50 for engineering and 152 in revenue certificate expense Chardon, Ohio; two brothers He came here from
J. ,
boosters Browne and Stephen p
satellite have
PER CENT of the nation :
and their parents was planning: $38.094 for garbage! and $16799 in transfer Carl Whitmer of Chesterland burgh: 17 months ac" Hs .J
held Saturday night in the been developed by the Air Force, a tact brought out by Air collection; $13538 for trash to sinking funds I Browne and Alonzo Whitmer of Cleveland born in Duquesne. p., .
First I Federal communityroom Force Secretary, Eugene M Zuckeit at a celebration of collection; $3,8M for city hal Interest payments and the Services will be J hId today, a sister, Mrs Ida Shoup membership in Royal Order II
with last-minute estries the 10th anniversary of the USAF missile and space programlast maintenance $70 128 for street retirement of matured sanitary Moose was In Duquesne I
accepted at that time, week in Los Angeles, Five nf the more Important missiles maintenance:: (7.350 for street I' sewer bonds will cost the city 73. Lcd,
Knuckles said contest judges developed during the 10-year() program, are; left to right: The I Survivors Include
i cleaning: $14,(I5S for street $97361 next yenr moneyto Compact Car In A Squeeze his wide
for Explorer VI, the Paddlewheel Satellite; Pioneer V, solar Mrs. Thora
the Miss Venice beauty lighting!! and traffic signals* repay' that part of the city's M, Reisner,
pageant will include Miss Flor satellite; Tiros, meteorological satellite, and numerous military and 86.832 for the building department bonded Indebtedness will come John M. Re.icr. cf Warm 1110'
and navigational satellites, all hurled into A small foreign made automobile cording to Patrolman William MI'
Ida Pageant officials and state warning space from the following sources: eral Springs and two
Jaycee officers He said an by Atlas.Agena, Thor-Able and Thor-Ablc-Star Air Force taxes sod front foot assessments got squeezed between Krueger, er:. Albert R ''''?, ? bah
!Safely Cents !Money another parked car and one The small car was owned by 1',1t.
attempt also was being made boosters $32,000: Interest on assessments i 'drs":
to have the new Miss Florida, Police and fire protection for $8,000, transfer backing out of a space in the Virginia Louise Allen of 23'0 De roVndEl "
chosen at Sara the city's 000-pIus Inhabitantswill $5,765, Venice Shopping Center Fri. Palm Drive, Englewood and Services
Saturday night funds from operating, w II I be heal: '
sola, on hand to crown the new Weaver HonoredIn cost the city Just under Interest on time deposits, $5- day.The the other parked vehicle by this week In Di <)wn, 11'.j t 11,,
one fourth of the total budget Willard James Walker of 101
Miss Venice as one of her first 000; and transfer from sinking driver of the backing terment in Jeffr I 'on Her ,
official duties Earmarked for the police de- fund, $28595 vehicle, Julian Degen, TO, of Sandhurst Drive, Venice Park in Pittsbur. or
oartment Is $61,061, Including Repayment of storm drain 1625 La Gorce Drive, was Krueger estimated damageto Rawlea Func II I Home
$46.226 In salaries and for the age and paving bonds which charged with failure to have the small car at $150 Walk In charge of local "";
tl Day Camp Space ProgramThe fire department. $3 .107, with fall due next year will cost his vehicle under control ae- er's $50 and Degen's $25. ments. arrant
salaries amounting\ to $23,117.
$31,544( which will be transferred ----
(Continued from Page 1)er ) for
Total budget the two departments -
U.S. Air Force celebrated and received his B.S. degree In Is $9A,If8. entirely from the general VENICE INLET TIDES STUMP PASS TIDES
than .
babysitting. fund.Cadet
the 10th anniversary of its electrical engineering from Auburn An anticipated $31,930 will be
The camp will be operated missile and space progress ]last Mrs Weaver is the form spent on parks and recreation HIGH LOW 1I\H\ ; [)Di\
en a daily basis, with no regular week at a special recognition er Beulah Newsome. Including $18620 In salaries, MONDAY, JUNE: 29 4:23: a m. '7: ll.m. MONDAY, JUNE 29 5 2-) p.m I Dak

attendance requirements program at Los Angeles Col Weaver'a division Is responsible New playground{ fmiioment In IMpm.10:13pm.: : ',ap' 1 IO 'tea
Priest said parents should for GregoryOn TUESDAY. JUNE 30 4:63: a m. 019: I m. TUESDAY. JUNE: 30 97 ,J 1 P iT.
Lt. Col. William H. Weaver cquisition the amount of $300 also is no
,provide their youngsters with a Jr., son.in.law of Mrs, Ola Mae and launch of space budgeted 21: pm. 10:55: r.m. 1 ,1 P 'n __ _
lunch on the days they attend Icwsome. former Gulfbreei vehicles and research satellites Such unclassified\ expensesas WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 5:23: am, 10:48: am.. WEDNESDAY JULY t 6 30i '" 11 2411'"
Soft drinks will be
camp probed Hotel resident was among It has a primary role in publicity and promotion, 3:56: am 11:37: p.m I II ;8 P '11 _
free. ROTC DutyArmy THURSDAY, JULY 2 11:01: a.m. 12 09 THURSDAY JULY 't f1 i:
The schedule of activities for those receiving special recognition managing the Air Force mill prooerty appraisals insurance p.m. I 2 "1 f ';1a':14p.m.
the day camp includes one day from Air Force Secretary, tary.science.industry team in end pensions legal advertising 6161'" : Hpr.A

each week of miniature golf Eugene M Zuckert at the ob- the missile and space effort. interest on bonds and other ROTC Cadet ArthurH. ....
at the Priest home, one day of ervance Col. Weaver is a research -: Secretary Zukert spoke at the miscellaneous! items will account Gregory, son of Mr. and sail-powered hydrofoil be. -- M. -- <:I.oW

tennis instruction, one day of and development director event and pointed out that 750 for lust under another Mrs. William K. Gregory No- ng developed for the U S.
volleyball at the beach and one at headquarters of the USAF operational Air Force strategic ",' rter of the budget, or $102,. comis, began six weeks of intensive Navy has exceeded a speed of
dav for an outing at Oscar Systems Command SpaceSystems missiles are in readiness as a 000. military training at In. 30 knots in moderate winds I I NOTICEDue
1 Scherer State Park. Division I which recently deterrent to help maintain the New projects budgeted for iantown Cap Military Reservation during trial on Lake Mendota
1 A program of Indoor gym occupied new facilities at peace and that 90 per cent of the next fiscal year total $25,- Pa., June 20 Wis.I .
f 1 rastics and !game is planned Los Angeles. the nation's satellites have been 500. Largest!! nin'le expenditure During the training Resene the
to shortage of Pharmacists
I in the event of inclement Col Weaver attended Mnssa'nisotts lofted into orbit by Air Force In the new protects category Officer Training Corps Cadets R U UUaUUEUUI! in the area,
{ leather. '' Insu'i!' *e ot Technology developed boosters is $10000() ) set aside as the city participate In field problemsand UNSIGHTLY HAIR our store in the Medical Center Building on The
share in the proposed extension receive Instruction in the
I of outh Hxrbor Drive newest in weapons and equip REMOVED PERMANENTLY Rialto, will be closed for vacations during July S

throurh Venice Airport property ment in order to get a realistic e GENTLE a SAFE August. All prescription records will be kept et|
to the Caspersen propertv. picture of the duties of a
U.f S. Army officer It.tfm.n MiOxri Dick & Meadows Rexall Store on 231 W. Venice

: Ii Other new protect expendi- The 21-year-old cadet Is par MISS M. FREYBURGER Avenue, and we will be ready to serve there.
s lures include $3.000 for 'jetty ticipating tn the ROTC program Rw' t improvements, $2,500 for labor at the University of Virginia -
J bv Diversified Cooperative Charlottesville Frw ComultAtto" Thank You
Education students* 13,000 fora He was graduated from D, Appointment ,

ROOM SIR CONDITIONERis parking lot: $S 000 for a boat Woodberry Forest (Va) High 1445 N. TRAIL, SARASOTA Dick & Meadows Pharmacy
ramp: and $2,000 for the East School in 1061 and Is a member Frsnxits. M..ePa.
Venice Avenue project > of Phi Kappa Pal fr tern. tmemlmri, eheMU ..

best The general[ fund budget also Ity. I II. U U U 0 '._'- ,. ..... ... --....
your bargainlt contains a contingency resen'e -- -. .-. -- --- ...
fund of $6819 "' --- .,.- --- -'I.'' ....t. ..;II

t Trailer Park Shows Profit I
The Municipal Trailer ParkIs

expected to show a sub- I
0kIand inside antlal profit, as usual over a :
and above expenses during the s' 7IDOWNTOWN
A new fiscal year, A reserve of : t
$23,495 Is anticipated In the '

new budget! even after $8.000 '
is refunded to the general fund
to help pay back a construc- II'
see ion loan. VENICE
With a $25530 unexpended r

'. balance from prior years already -
included !In the antlcl
If pated revenue of the trailer -, I \
park' this means the facility i {i First & Finest Shopping Area .
I. expected to show a net prof.It .
of $5,945 at the close of the .
,.. 9M-65 fiscal year. I f 'Ct SPARKLINGf
Ir; The trailer park budget DAZZLING I .

.11 totals $72.675, of which $39,000 ,
:. Is expected to come from rents I BARGAINS VALUES! ::)'i
ft, and $8,000 from the sale of .
t,' "t ire
M electricity Antirlnated expend.
:'i'ilit tures Include $10765 in salaries
., I : $16190 for insurance _. _. ,- __._______ ._- ..,..-s1::
; -- asawMxeesraitearrwetaee.s."+94e1a'et '- -

and 9,000 equipment for repairs; and to $2,500 buildings for I I DICK: & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP'I''I I

lit four new shuffleboard courts : Antiseptic i I
Rental of airport buildings 1- THE AUTHENTIC
( totaling $16,000 and an unexpended BASS WEEJUN LOAFER

ti,f. balance of $14,250 from WITH THIS/ COUPON SO BONUS T.V, STAMPS j $1595
prIor years accounts for all
p but $3,000 of the anticipated 231 W. Venice! Ave. 488.6776 Medical Center Bldq. 225 W. Venice Ave 488-1620
r $33,250 In revenue from the ._"" :..llWlfWBSlVSWWWK! a' '111 Ji'atWMMTtfffMffiMIBMitiOTif" Ml..... g

$3,000 Is to be mode up by the
) transfer of $1500 from the AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wadding Rings Diamonds Slone Set Ring
trailer park and a similar Watches Silverware Jewelry
Sales Service Supplies We Repair All Mate
amount from the general fund
II; 1 Quick Cooling at high speed for hot, 5 Cleaner Air because of extra-large, permanent Airport Pays Own Way Stuart Merrick, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repa'rW. 488-3119
Venice Ave
; humid rooms Quitter Cooling and washable filter-removable with! Airport expenditures includea 235 W. Miami Ave 488.2473

greater dehumidification at low.speed out d tachinaarill.. $9,433 payroll $5,500 In building .._.. 'n. "..... _.. ___ _.-... -

) setting 6 Exhausts stale air, Vents In fresh air and facility repairs $2,700 TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
for a new radio beacon and _....
Even meinwith control T ... T. "
2 Temperature automatically simplified setting /
$4,000 for engineering. A reserve vdn. Tan ,........, "MAIL oanra RRrrw1LD
!,' I tained by big extra-sens tive thermostat. 7 Inside-0ut Protection against rust, corrosion of $5,650 is anticipatedat CAMPING SUPPLIES a WONDKBrtL" -.AresRnNrArr '.A

I, 3 Flexible Air Flow lets you select more salt, air with "Weather Armor the close of the 1964-65 fiscal ..1110 _
Thermos Lanterns Latern Mantles Generators ,... ..... TMnd4a .
f than 10 variation for personal comfort.metal for casing and Internal parts. year Jugs .r c._ OR' "
Service charges of $45,000 "PLATGIRL AnllIIARI'
J, 4 Low Operating Cost and maximum cool8 Permanently Lubricated compressor" and will provide the funds for operation 213 W. Venice Ave ph. 488.4909 carWr.a It..r.-. "U-SHAPBD OOM"

leg achieved with properly matched com fanmotaforcarefroeopentionpressor of the sanitary sewer ._-....- -- -

i I' and highly efficient, staggered 9 Extra.Quiet, specially designed fan system during the next fiscal I
coils.Also wring more moisture out of air. move more air, more quietly. year. Anticipated expenditures Welcome/ To ADVERTISING SPELLSM0NEY
10f Include $17.936 in salaries, $4,.
I 125 tn materials and supplies, VENICE SEED & FEED STORE

f CARRIER has a model for every need and pocketbookThere's $8,000 in building and facility A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER I.
repairs $2,500 for a new pump,
248 W. Miami Ave Dial 488.3457 FOR THl ADVERTISER USE THIS SPACE
t a Carrier Room Air Conditioner for every purse and $5,765 for transfer to the -
t linking fund. Connection permits I. --...- _
{ I and every size room. Capacities 5,600, to 23,500 BTU's E fees are expected to bring .

I All types: "Install-it-yourself"Thruthe-wall..Win tn an additional $100. '/J/I SALES & SERVICE VENICE STATIONERSOFFICE

I dow or Transom. 115-, 208and 230-volt models. Heat --1IIf Only department to show .

I pumps, too. Come in and look over this quality line ) tGao4geM.heepln; / g. today deficit with financing the federal- so popular government I FOR 18 YEARS' OPP. THEATRE oV' SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
j h Open 'Til 10 p.m. Typewriters Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated)
I j CALL TODAY FOR A FREE SURVE\ '''"=:.**r -Is the storm drainage : G..r...... So_ .. IS ..k.. T*. 1An10 ... II tlwt a
and paving revolving fund The tin. I' a TV to ... f... ._..10 nMin. .. r-.,- ...".... Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Required
205 Base Ave. E., One Block North of the Air Base'JI'j budget breakdown shows antic. I ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE ,,_.0

pated revenue of $22,250, main. I 211 W. Venice Ave, 488-ll3
Iy from front-foot assessments Ph. 488-2618 311 Venice Ave. W.

P R. L ANDERSON INC. amounting to $20,000. ExpendItures r *- -
in the same department


24 Hour Waning; Service/
t i!l More Carrier air conditioning Is sold year after year than any other mate Phone Venice 481 WOt 1 323 W Venice Ave. Ph. 488.2421 i it 209 W. Miami Ave. Ph. 488.3849If
tit roms 01 LEON set no enswer call 488.,1!38 .?,_,..-


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,, FLORIDA1-- MONDAY- JUNE V' 1'164'

,., ..,.m...__ __ ___ ... THr: ., r'\NI'H"'r' : PA ETHRTIa
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; .j. .i. ', ,, ;""- =......-..,' r-7;'_"' Area Realtors I Venice Gardens News
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:.',..;";''-">',,.: "..,..... .. =: ...",.' !.: .j. '. .' To Attend Meet I

t"3 ,
: "": Members ol .
"o!!! ... the Venice An.
1r'.i, '; Board of Realtors have been invited Phone 488-6764
I .I.ro.IIPt, ; : to participate in a suite\
\ wide meeting at Cleurujtu r Venice Gardens Rec Center 1 Registration for the cheat
July 9-11, it wag announced by .3 now able to offer Red Cross- I club will be held Wednesday,
Charles C. (Chips) Johnson in:tbnod swimming instruction July 1, at 2 p.m. Anyone interested
board president. Johnson nlso ) This includes Junior and I in chess or checker
serves on the state ReaHois I senior lifesavlng courses: a'i Is invited to register at the
well the swim. The flee Center.
credentials ir; 50-mile
committee and J I
Herschel Morris of Nokomis .' 50-mile swim was instituted by Bill Kelley, recreation director .
also a member of the local t the late President Kennedy and has organized a Youth
board, is a state vicechairmanof registration cards: art avail Council. The first meeting was
the salesmen's division. able at the Rec Center. June 19, and seventeen boys
I II Several hundred Realtors, and girls came out. The young
their salesmen, and their wives TOOL SCHEDULE: sters themselves decided there
,ire expected to be on hand OPEN SWIM Tuesday would be no age limit. Eligibility -
I fur the quarterly meeting of through Saturday, 10 to 5; Mon. will be based on whetheror r
the I Inrlda. Association of Real- as'tif day I to 5; Sunday, 1 to 8:30: not the boy or girl can con: r
t M More than 50 professional l, onlv duct himself properly.
"i'H" i'j( .Hid educational events FAMILY SWIM Monday Many programs are plannedby
II. M. (CHUCK) PLACE the Youth Counril and already
r< F 'icdu'cd for the three-day through Saturday, S to 8.
'L > -inn, at the downtown Jack The only exception) the they have had a stuffed t't
Tnr Ile.elThree, Place Promoted family swim is Wednesday and pet show and are busy organize
I Friday when the Water Ballet ""If the bicycle rodeo to( be W
outstanding guest I held Saturday, July II.
class is in progress. Incident
I oc..i ra will address the meet
ing. James J. Spatz, an officerof ally, the Water Ballet Is drill -
Lieutenant .
the National Association of ing and will soon give a performance
t I Real E-tae) Boards, Is coming at the Rec Centerfor ; '
from n"!< Chicago headquarter H. M. (Chuck) Place III, all to enjoy. .
to talk' on multiple listing at deputy commander for cadets eDON'T
the Or' ,irwatT' !gathering. m the Venice Composite Squadron FORGETS:
Mill -..'sell M Criser of Palm of trip Civil Air Patrol, has Beware dance Tuesday nights
at 7-45.
Beach, rhoirman of the Florida been elevated from chief war
Instrument: Land Sales Board. rant officer to the rank of sec- Movies Wednesday night at7:4V NEWLOW
will report on the progress and and> lieutenant in the CAP. :
Check the bulletin hArd In
VENICE BATHING BEAUTIES circa ,QoilA/'ii: pho'o t III, 8.111, O.IIuni, problem of his agency at a Lt. Place joined the Venice the Rec Center to keep abreast 1/
June 1964 July 10 dinner for Realtors, unit in 1954 where
would Associates ,
no at Venice Beach as cadet f
doubt have confused their Victorian this week all agreed the l idea is no good of the many and varied programs
counterparts with end wives. Michel C. captain, he served
and used "
such words "
as "ridiculous, offered. You be
and 1m.moral"
that "disgusting" may
they "wouldn't be caught dead" in Rudl Emmanuel, Tampa attorney commander of the unit. He
I Gernrelch't topless suits. The bevy above say just that. They would in their denunciation." They also predicted the fad will talk to a salesmen's group left in March, 1956 to serve missing out on a program! that
never "go over. Some of their elders dif would be of Interest to
thought really
are, left to right Wendy Dillon, Susan Mattox, Rene de that afternoon on "Real Estate with the U. S. Air Force and PRICESON
Stolfe Diane Lenhart, Lisa Transue of Somerset, N. J. or ferently later., "believing that "this was bound to come, sooner Aspects of the New Tax In 1957, while on leave rejoin you and your family
and Janie Tamer The teenage girls and fellows questioned Law." ed the CAP as a senior. He

was named comrmndnnt of I Fellows!';>> Meet All

I Area Beres Feelings On lopSess: Suits I cadets warrant Place with officer.left the CAP rank In late of chief 1158 I Set By Masons GENERALELECTRIC

for a tour of duty in northern I A fellowship mwlin of tree

(Continued from rage 1) tog chapters on what the good Each family then would "po. year old beach beauty who was suit-nr rather who is out of unnda. with the USAF. He ice> Lnde. Nn. 301 free' andAcr
the suits in words ranging horn hostess should do if her guests" I lice"' its own pool and ordinance 'attired in a two-pieco null that it," another said. 'applied for membershin (hi I .ptM M ?on., will b.. held CENTRAL
"horrible," "bad taste," "dis turned up at a swim party in 136 is still a recourse would have caused her grrat- Tune, IMS and since that tim st the Masonic Temple on East
graceful" to "I'm no prude, I IOP'.CFJ: suits Here not n.m for offended neighbors grandmother to reach for the Visitor John Erickson from has logged 660 hours of CAP Avenue 8 to- HEATINGAND
but they won't sell." Several private pool owners ore too I Molar' ren--on; for the some. smelling salts."Wouldn't Duluth, Minn., on Venice Activity. During that time the dav.
indicated they would order concerned since the c-j, ual *ai, -t-covered-up look Venicew be caught dead in Beach in swim shorts shrug- Venice Souadron has frown Movies will be shown at B
them if they were requested to of life tt> > Venice v uli: per .it! continue: to sport Is that one," said Janice Tamer. sed: "That's what I'm wear. from a membership' of 15 o'clock and refreshments will
do so. the hostess to do and t > flat! the women say they will Susan Mattox believes: thefashion int. I Imagine the women want, cadets to Its present strength be served followln the show AIR
ted are entitled to, equal of "8.Place. ing. George R. Collett, Jr.. I
Emily Post and her sister whatever she chose without not wear tham."Dirjustlng. will never go over here "
social arbiters have no cover any major incident: evolving, ." said one 17- I and Wendy Dillon agrees. I rights. Wisconsin came In to Venice from worshipful Free master Invites all
1952 and and Accented Masons CONDITIONINGfQUIFMEHT
I Janice, when asked if she Jarvis Henderson said his presently
Is emnloved as an archltecturel and reouests that they advise!
,..11'4J' \.".", would wear them if everyone letter writing had fallen off the
I drnftsmon. He Is married the Junior Warden. Richard F.Geraci. .
oast week because he be-
else did, said: "Then why was
to the former Heather In order that adeouale
bother?" comta.; a daily bathing: suit In.
.. 'J-f' Welden of Menasota Kev. refreshments may be pro.tdedI
S -> 1 Ilcne de SteM ssH it was "pector.

w ,,' : ,j .. something to think about hut Frank Hoffman raM( hi- lied S FOR ESTIMATES
.+t i .c. she douMed that she would 'ieard the suits "were all'\ the YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
t I" oJ ..H evr year Ol'e.BeautC'ou. way down to( Clearwater" andIt I 3
!>' Tr of
was bound to happen here.
.ti \ i *-ice Somerset N. J. visiting her He doesn't think they are obfsctionable Auto Insurance r; 1t.HIATING
:rrrrndmother.! Mrs. Victor depending.La I 1. NEW LOW RATES
Transue, said she would not I 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
Paz, Mexico, visitor Bob '
\ I wear ore now. Shy expects
they might Ret wider accent- women were going t
once In her home are and if : to do whatever they wanted '

everyone else wears ,Them! she to, anyway, so what he &It i I9dltlfz :. 5..I/; COOLING
} V
might possible follow the style thinks doesn't matter.

trend.. I Qernreich evidently doesn't AGENCV Xj 744 VENICE AVE E.
i One nas -middle-a"e r" 1ron
,,, I ald she was past the s'-- agree: with him. II =.' 116 W. Venice Avenue L PH. 488.5359

: able stage, havn! heard of As one lawman put it: .;;1 F.w Telephone: 43O-2289
nude swimming parties on the "We'll) put the pinch on anyone "- FI..er h fm
i Florida beaches ever since the who shows up at the beach T8EmmmEE i%&&
settle. "Tn's! le j"'r
area was I "
in that kind of get up.
tame compared to that," she

I commented.The men?. IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW I A
( Well oHdly enough the 'r =
I I vouniter the man' the more
;.: serious his face got when he ... when you
\ ..\
said the idea was unpleasantto

11.. J An him.older fellow said' If there : \r

P ,,_ I f .. ''I were laws \limitl" the wear I. t7t. DIN' OUT
a. ers to the ages of 18 to 18 he's t
1'l:1f 1;
o.k. Two others listeningIn
.. r say ,;2t: ....
L widened the age limits to I (<:'
6-to-flO/ and R-to-80. I I.y
"It deoends on who Is in the c. :IN VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD
E t. I 'I' ." .:.:."-..... >I

.,. \" Oiairmans; "' SMACK McDONALD'S
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KIBITZER TINA MARIE, top poodle belonging :. of Venice Does, Is delegate to the Does national RESTAURANT & LOUNGE: :'R: 661 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488.2813Serving

< to Miss Elaine Tempas, looks on while convention being held in Rochester County Chamber ON THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOOD '<, Breakfast 6 A.M.
his mistress helps her mother, Mrs John yesterday through Friday. Miss Tempas is OPEN DAILY 6:00: A.M. to 9:00: P.M.
Artman pack for her departure Saturdayfor chaplain of the local group. (Story on page 5.) 1 Come by boat or by Autol! ITALIAN SPAGHETTI

Rochester, N. y Mrs. Artman, president Education Unit 4 FRESH SEAFOOD & AGED STEAKS i SMACKBURGERS

L mrsaaawlt5marsL. ., ). Friday & Saturday Nights BROASTED CHICKEN
SHRIMP DINNER All you can eat!
ehae.. George K. Page has been SALAD BAR
named the new chairman of Phone 474.1310 CO 9Q
the Sarasota County Chamber 1 Take Out Orders
1 I I of Commerce Education Com < ., ." .....0- _.. .... t mittee. He is executive vice r- ,
president, managing officer and SMITTY'S
Driftwood RestaurantSOUTH
director of First federal Savings TAVERN & BEEFEATERSROOM The
and Loan Assn.
Page is a graduate of the OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD

University of Alabama Schoolof "fooo flint //s Mol/'n Me Lemon Bay Area famous"
Commerce and Business Ad- PRIME BIB ROUST

ministration and was Trusteeof v SMORGASBORD $2.25

:.:.: \:'J. the Public Schools] in his CHARCOAL MONDAY 5JO: to 9 P.M.

? .;; former He is home treasurer of Falrhope.and a past! BROILED STEAK SMORGASPREAD Q1 ftQ

director of the Southeastern e Package Liquor Store *VV.7 -- j 11:30: to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. '

( ( ) j r:Lr: Conference Savings and of Loan the United League States; andis The Trail & Y 1 Behrens REGULAR MENU AVAILABLEDave 474-3712

.. .,.'" .. now vice president and a -Venice Ave. Ph. 488.9961BUSINESSMEN'S & Flo pm.
...... member of the executive com-
mitten of the Florida Saving

Pare; Is a member and past
director of the Sarasota County PIZZA '60Z. Ii Bay Vista
Chamber of Commerce, and a Your favorite Frosted
past president of the Association E" RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGEWe
of Baldwin County; Chambers SANDWICHES 30 cEk
of Commerce in Alabama.He We eater to parties
Is a member pf the Sarasota I IiJI DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR
ys'N'N yaj' Housing Authority; president lilt Complete Dinner served Daily 12 to 9 P.M.
1 and director of the United Ap r On Sunday until 8 P.M.
peal of Saraftota County, Inc.; & RESTAURANTJust *. A la carte after 9 P.M. ,

and a Rotarian for more than South of Bill Phillips Ford SR 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.
fifteen years. He Is a past ON S. TAMIAMI TRAILFISHERMAN'S !'l Rotary Meets Here Tuesday Noon. Ph. 474-1880
president of the Rotary; a director
of Sarasota notary Club;

0 a member of the Sara Bay I KING'S TABLEFOR
Country Club; find a member : WHARF
of the Board of Governors of
Forest I.ekes Country Club.A I Restiurant & Coelttai) Lounge FINE FOODS

32nd degree Mason of the PQTAlN serving Served Daily 6 ..m. to 8 p.m .-

Scottish Rite, he Is a memberof po LUNCH from . .. 95< Served From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m .".'- tI'" t
the Shrine Club and Scottish x DINNER from ., ,, $l.95 Y<
Rite Club; Tampa Conslstorvinrt r- DailyLUNCHEON BREAKFAST from .. ... 40c ,
Egypt Temp'e Shrine; and I SPECIALS i LUNCH from .. .. ,. 65c r s
1n+ Elder of the First Presby I Seafood DINNER from . .. 95c
(-rl'n Church of Sarrsota. Ar-: II DAILY SPECIAL I
Ive 1 for rwn years In Bov Steal I TRY OUR ,
488-3125 S-out work Pone hnM the Chicken I 2 blocks N. of Venice Ave I

PHONE 488-5308, "Jilt or BfWCr .w.I'd if th' ON RT. 41 N. OF VENICE AVE. ph. 488.4317 I Rt. 41 Ph. 488-6333

Boy Scouts: of Aiuee ea. I
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What Young People Think The man with an inferiority complex who feel lika

Letters To The Editor a giant behind the wheel of a car.,.

t ORlp, For Some Kids
1fii: To The Editor: with adequate parking facilities .
NI 1 Venice Citizens and taxpayers The circus quarters are
should be alarmed over the fine but have you ever tried
7 near-miaa scored when a proposed parking along the streets and Summer's A BoreThat
request for airport prop 2. How about a decent build-
erty by a private group was Ing for a youth center with longed-for period of r
denied a lease by the city council proper facilities to accommodate freedom, a whole summer off
because of a technicality our children? Why should from the demands of school, rTi
MEMBER Of THE!: ASSOCIATED PKBSJ .- MEMBER or THE FLORIDA> PRESS ASSOCIATION requiring subjection of the land they have to get by like second is likely to turn into a seasonof
to a mortgage class citizens when we disenchantment for
The -III.. Pnu to ........' .nUt'ooI' tD .. lor rssblkttun. .f sit arw. depot<-h. .rodltod Ie Several of the council members have all that land to giveaway many i Cr
505 pot' otMnrr. ..lad. I. err paper. .nd "I" I real aMe poMleod bore. All .Ihlo of .b..tlo.. indicated willingness to ? teenagers
4 erf PMUI 1 drp.hdt.e .... .... r.enea Already complaints are
lease the airport propertyif 3. How about outdoor
The ud to ... away an
step and teal dvwttalHt 0oatnt of this ntwpaptr M ooprrfKhtod republleatlc torwlr heard "There's action
I torklcMn 1 except b>r ..rl tm ponnl.I. the technicality could be roller skating rink near the : no "
overcome. youth center? This wouldn't here. All the kids are away
Pnblbhtd Ere: ,, Moods .M Thnradir Kn>. liS..,' C. Miuil, A..... Later The GONDOLIER In a cost very much. A few of those "I'm so bored doing nothing
Entmd Ai SMOM! d.. M.IMc At Fort Office "t VmlM, Florida suggestive question asked If acres and acres of pavementout all day. Might as well sleep
maybe the city could build and there could be blacktopped till noon."
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher lease building. themselves and and! sealed (this is commonfor Even the more fortunate job-

I COURTNEY WILLIS .. Advertising Manager Mayor Brohard promptly suggested outdoor rinks) and we holders find the pleasures of \
the council might do would have some good, clean, working on the road gang or
SAM DILLON New. and Newsphoto Editor well to consider It. healthful recreation for our washing dishes in a restaurant

ROGER .. Mechanical Superintendent Venice taxpayers should discourage children.' simply a hard road to the Fri
/ these attempts to get 4. Perhaps one of the ball day pay check, a drudgerythat
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county S3 2S per year. $3.25 per six months. $2.75 rid of public property in this clubs would use some of the must somehow be endur

per three months. 10 cents per copy. Out of county $6.25 per year, '4.23 manner for several reasons city land for a training farm ed.A
the following are a few of for one of their leagues? short period of self-evalu
per six months, M three monthsAdvortlunf
per them: 5. Some of that mile or bet. ation bring back savourof
.. may
K.pre.cnuti.11 Plo ,ida Pr_ senior G.ln_lll., Tim. Am.rlc.il H. R"oNMffltathru First this is deeded ,
property ter of beachfront could be developed summer
Now York N Y; Atlnnu, G.. Detroit Mich.Disenfranchised
to the City of Venice and something with tables
Take a look at all those activities "
Is not subject to real estate and shelters so families can you enjoy for which 'v' 1
taxes. The improvements or comfortably spend the day
you have no time during the
MillionsThis buildings would not pay any there. (No concessions needed school year. Do you want to b
taxes to the city or county. ).
play a better game tennis
According to The GONDO- 8. A rifle and "
pistol range
really I l working at
after your
Thomas J. Fleming move was a rarity. In state state, LIER two
report parcels
year reports were could be developed with private strokes? Do you wish you could
'In the May 24 Issue of This Week, some many months must go by before a newcomer asked for one for five acres money and would draw lit. speak Spanish decently? Are I

37 million Americans-one out of every is eligible to vote. And the number and one for three acres, mak erally thousands of people here you annoyed with your lack ofknowledge
eight of
I ing acres cityownedland for tournaments We have a about
'II five families in the n.tion-will move. of people so victimized is large for private use tax-free. firm /golf course there now artists? contempor

) And four out of five moves, according enough to change the result of many The contention Is, of course 7. And the first thing you ary
I that this of air bane Time then to /get moving In LlUu U1JL 77AGJIS
t\ use prop. know, the air base and other
to a reliable mad for reasons elections. the choose and make
survey arc arty would brim new Industryto area you ,
city property will be filled with
: i of necessity-Ijeeajse of a chance fort Between now and next November the Venice This is not the (case recreational and resort facilities yourself a daily selfimprovement

j. better JIM- e'.c! ..:,ere, or because employer usual "Get Out the Vote Campaigns" with the present request how we so badly do need. program. If it seems too
much like confinement
r i will be launched throughout the country. ever, as both firms were already In the meantime private solitary r1AWEi1193
demand it.
It's of
operating In Venice business will find plenty of likely some ybur
Along with them, we need organized and One of them according tothe gang heartened by your en-
: to
Ironically, a large share of "*' li hefty space occupy, financed with
will want to in.There's .
I effective movements to bring the registration published account admitted private capital and paying tax temrlse Join
Is; of the American population world full of
proportion laws into accordance with the (hat private !interests were of. revenue into the city so it can pos
I these whose move take them to other fering property to them at the maintain our city facilities sibilities for summer self-im
t itattt-will be disenfranchised. conditions of today-and to stop disenfranchising same time they were trying to properly.If provement. Help yourself to
millions of our people. The obtain the city sir base prop. nothing !Is said or done to them.
Why? The reason lies in obsolete voter right to vote is at the very root of representative erty''! That tax-free stuff sure prevent it, we will lose all that In a one-man-operated town where there businesses aremany

looks !
fine recreational
property we
registration laws that came into being government and a free so- OWNERS PAY THEIR now have, just as sure as.hootln" teenagers can make e
when people stayed put in one community ciety-and it should be a right that is FAIR SHARE OF TAXES ON money covering the lunch 1

e or at least one state, sometimes for guaranteed to all qualified citizens, no THETR AND AND All MADE. iMPROVEMENTS Orville-L. Ives hour for for the owner him ,or taking helping Inventory .a

I tit generation after generation and a d stant matter where they may move to. THEREON. To The Editor: with the monthly billing.
How could It ever be fair to We who decry legislation And in top place for ingen-
subsidize private business by bringing more controls will be uity are the teenagers who act
. f tax-free land and building, the recepients of excessive! as a reminder service. These
Safe Beating free garbage and trash collec measures along that line: Unless young efficiency experts makean
I Lion. police and fire protection we control our tennagers accurate schedule of house-

The boating season is here again. And servers for each occupant; don't stand up use of all citv facilities and others on the water hold maintenance demands:
while others must pay market Last Sunday I took my fame when the car should be lubricated
good "manners and common tense can prevent or change seats in a small boat while prices for land, build!'!!.., etc., ily for a short run up the waterway when the oil burner
most of the accidents that have and taxes to support the city from Venice to the lower should be cleaned and so on
watchful for
I marred past years. The American Medical underway; deep a eye out and county as well as supportthe end of Blackburn Bay, -and! send a reminder postcard often people/ who wouldn't dream of eating off-flavor

Association offers rules'! ether boats, swimmers and fishermen, and city-owned utilities etc! I encountered no less than to their customers with food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water or
t lj" some simple : give all a comfortably wide berth. How about the acres and acres six water ski boats pulling out stirring from their own chlorine water. because they don't know bow easy
Don't overload the boat have homes.
; life pre of commercial and industrial skiers up and down and! across it Is to improve it!

t property in Venice under private the channel. The cure is a special home-water filter,the Aqoa-fore
I ownership owners who already I saw only one boat with an Taste and Odor filter that
; I are ready and willing to observer, none had a mirror. New
can be 'installed under
Too Late To Classify build fmance fInd 'or help the One boat was lifting a skieron
your kitchen sink in min
I .ti tenant obtain financing of his! shoe skis using a plywood
utes. It filters out all/
By KUSSLLL KAI choosing These people are aquaplane board broadside as NeighborsT bad tastes and odors,
willing to pay their taxes too. a take-off ramp. When the
I 1 Why must the city feel it must skier was waterborne the party gives you all/ the really
i1 There comes a time when your doctor Marx and Winston Churchill ever got t 10( into comoetition with them* left the board adrift in frontof GONDOLIER Welcomes good-tasting cooking and

: f1 thumps you on the chest, listens to aoneway messed up with a face full of cigar. Especially in view of the fact my boat. the following new drinking water you can j t
that NOT ONE DOLLAR OF One other boat deliberately neighbors to the South County -
conversation with his stethoscope You try rolling stogy around in use.Only
your a modest Investment
MONEY COLLECTED FROM pulled a skier from out of a area: i I
0 L* wraps a miniature tire around your arm your mouth and before you know it you USE OF THE AIR BASE CAN side bay crossing my path Mr. and !Mrs William Mel.eod and a simple

and pumps it up, scowls and mutters have chewed it until you have a mouth LEGALLY BE USED FOR causing me to cut down completely laurel Avenue, East installation problem P.L The ar son yen w dr
full ANYTHING B"JT REPAIR OR Gate, Venice, from Long Island jusLpick up your phone slkr 10 can bp of w .out
"Ummm" of what made and
ever cigars are of IMPROVE THE AIR BASE Several times the ropes were N. r. and tell us to bring one n....... ........ II _
Then he stretches you out on a table the juice starts running out of the cornersof The city could make million' left across the waterway and Mr. and Mrs. William out and Install it Yourfamily : = :"': w-=tr

.11 and hooks you up to a mechanical sort your mouth. You decide you had better on the sir base but could not at one time a young man was Stires. 233 Nassau, Venice, and guests will "".., of ItI IIIUICAII Cwpw.liue:aMesrar a a

of lie detector that listens in on your old sneak into the men's room and learn use It for needed ImDmenwiM mid-channel just about 100 foot from New Jersey. thank you fWMxrr co 'arr.
in other parts of the city and above the Albee bridge the Jllr ll>rta Mast 379 Grobe
ticker and tattles. how to handle the cockeyed thing before that's a fact! rope was trailing A boat was St., North Port Charlotte Gulf-Shamrock Plumbing Inc.

.g Then he looks down your throat and you appear In public.That's In some sections of the USA coming up from Venice I was from Cincinnati Ohio. ,
cities are actively competing going down. Neither of us could Mr. and !Mrs. Anthony
Aaaha" sticks cleaner where with
"Say a pipe meet the
lays you guy 628 E. Venice Ave, Venice Ph. 483-6247 438-2465
with each other to lure Indus see the downed skier, due to Rrieiickl, 356 Billiard, North
t up your nose, looks at your ears with a the pipe. You tell him your troubles and try to their fold with free facilities the tow boat being cross-wise Port Charlotte, from Milwaukee .

pencil sized spotlight and says put yours he says, "If you're smart Buddy, you'llget such as the air base prop. in the channel. WIs.I I I _
shirt on and come into my office. a pipe and really enjoy smoking." erty. Is it necessary to do so Two or three times the skieron
here? Is
Venice so Industry. seeing us deliberately
But the news isn't as bad a's you ex So you throw away your half chewed- starved that we must in desperation crossed the channel as if he

pected. "You are in pretty good shape", half smoked cigar and head for the pipe give up our public were trying to cut us off -

"but you'll have to cut out cigarettes.. shop. property to encourage business only at the last second veering .
here? back In the meantime
You take no'e of the tqusshd out butts The man behind the counter greets you If the city leaders feel so, I had to -cut down expectinghim

In his personal ashtray and the packageof cordially. You explain your problem and then maybe it would be good to hit us.

} Carrels in shirt pocket he seems downright sympathetic You find business for them to lower tax Now I ask you: Are there cNIIoNsECUR
es on facilities and not and v
existing enough! bays gulf areasto
"If have to smoke" h. "try that know less about than
you says, you even pipes thus ensure that the business ski In? Do we have to re
? a pipe or cigar and don't' inhale. You you knew about cigars. You have to con already here does not go elsewhere peat what happened a few

would like to ask him about his nicotine sider sizes and shapes, bowls and stems to before thev consider! years ago when two boats >**
again crashed the front of the old
to relieveus in
stained fingers and the pack in his packet say nothing of brands and blends. of our any public proposal property. Venice Yacht Club? SAVINGS

". but he is bigger than you are and has a The man reached in the showcase and I for one do not believe there Please tennagers cooper.

A half dozen diplomas hanging on the wall takes out a pipe. Here is just your style is any necessity to try and un- ate before we legislate. ACCOUNI

: and locks as stern as a Supreme Court ho says, genuine brier and only $20. You load pet !it the producing airport money property that to VeniceTo Jack Wilkinson 1OlTliW'CJ1n i

; Justice, so you say, "O.K. Doc, how much start to back off so he quickly comes up the city can not use anywhereelse ;

; do I low. you?" with a $5 model so you take it rather reluctantly in the city. The Editor:

1 ; You stop at the cigar stand in the lobby and then spend another $2 fora I realize the city council I spend tfx months of the
wishes to secure payrolls! for year on Casey Key. Of course
,, and ask the man for a couple of cigars. special mild blend, plus a package of the people of Venice and I'm your good paper follows me the

"Sure", he says, "what kind?" You hurriedly pipe cleaners, a bottle of cleaning and for it too. Public property year-round. Have been on Your key to the

study the price tags and point to syringe fluid and a set of pipe tools. The should be for public use! to the Casey Key for eight years and
greatest extent possible. own a winter home there. But
I' I I a box I labeled two for ISc. instruction book is free but you have The circus moving to Venice what I am writing about Is things you wont

I ; Did you ever try to smoke a cigar after wrecked a $10 bill and still wish you had provided a recreational attraction to congratulate you on your
I: playing with nothing but cigarettes for just one lousy cigarette.I'd that fits beautifully The 'Open Letter To The President and need. Save) for
air base property as well as .* I have this day sent my
40 years? It is a real experience I lit tell you my experience with my other city property should be copy of it to Senator Ev Dirk- hero.
the darn thing and then |usl about choked pipe but that's another and sadder story. used in recreational activities sen in Washington asking him a purpose-

I l Ii), to death on the first puff. You wonder Guess I'll have to go back to corn silks. and let private Interests deal not only to read it but to give
with private landowners where it publicity-even to get it In
how guys as smart and clever as Groucho That's what I started on. whatever Is done will produce the Congressional Record.I .

tax revenue that can be utilized suppose it Is foolish to ask
for the most city !Rood! if you have had an answer
Column Some of the things city coun- from Washington. This Is election .
Library cil might encourage for the year, you know. Arrange now to transfer out-of-town funds
I airport and other public land William T Pearson
I by B. Lan Newton are as follows: 1107 Websert St
: I/1 Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY 1. A municipal auditorium Needham, Mass without loss of June 30th dividends.PAGE .

I r Noble on Fifth Avenue and we were over.
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j : We have had the Victorian Era, the Gay admired the College Outline Series EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY ,past 14 er

Nineties and the Mauve Decade. The liter. and happy to note GERMAN GRAMMARand TRADITIONAL

r ary historian i may isolate this as the Paper SPANISH GRAMMAR by our own
Let us style your favorite vase
I back Era Eric V. Greenfield of Venice, Professor or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. vraorrlatrrwurxrAwAwaAaEpEA

i I'' In Boston we spent a pleasant hour in Emeritus of Modern Languages at Perdue ( Rt ling Hntyling

j! a small bookstore devoted exclusively toift University. ( All Lamp RtpainVerk

It !Is below The Old Corner
i 'I'.j ift{ paperbacks. just These fine texts are In the Free Public by pertenced Designers and

; Book Store. Shades of Emerson Longfellow Library of Venice Area where you may Craftsmen

] 11 :1 and Thoreau! look over several shelves of worthwhile THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
i I The paperback, like the automobile i.I it
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Trevor Huston, Miss Cora Rexford rl ,4IJt SMDA: Society

I Names AdvisorsSarasota

Are Married In V'r dentists, Dri. Ken
New j
York Ceremony neth ers and W. Cooper Charles, Richard Holmes EM-III +

have recently been elected advisors

Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Lee length gown was of powder for the Sara-Mana t
Huston are their Dental Assistants Society during
on wedding blue
organza over taffeta,,
trip, touring the New England fashioned with a scooped neck. 196485.

stales and Cape Cod, following line, fitted bodice, three-quar. The SMDA Society will be
their wedding Saturday afternoon ter length sleeves and a sculptured hostess to the State Convention
in Painted Post, N. Y. skirt featuring back to be held In Hollywood
The bride is the former Miss panel detail. She wore a match during May 1969. Betty Edle-

Cora Jean Rexford daughter ing pillbox hat and white ac : man is convention chairman.'I
of Mr. and Mrs Winfred K cessories. Her fan-shaped bo- '
Rexford Any dental assistant wishing
of Crooked
Creek Pa. quet was of white carnationsand
and further information is asked
Post. The red
to contact Mrs. Jack Lerer of
son of Mr. and Mrs. Masel C.
Huston, has been living in The bridesmaids wore gownsof Sarasota, president of the local
Coming, N. Y. for the the same design and color f society. Regular meetings are r
year and the couple will live and carried bouquets of white held at 8 p.m., beginning In '1
carnations.For September at the Trail National
upon their return from II
the honeymoon.The the ceremony Mrs. Rex. Bank, North Tamlaml ,.
s ql it + double ring ceremony ford wore a street-length mint Trail, on the third Monday in
took place at Painted Post green linen sheath with a i ach month.
5 Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Saturday matching over Jacket white accessories Y f4
with The Rev. Elmer The groom's mother
Pitcher, assisted by The Rev. wore a street-length beige lace
William Cusworth, officiating. sheath over taffeta. Her accessories
The bride's attendants were were white. Both wore
1 Mrs. Althea DeMuth of Elmira corsages of white carnations.The .

Heights, N. Y. the bride's reception was held in
sister and matron of honor, the church parlor with the at STATE FARM
and four bridesmaids, Mes- tendants' bouquets forming the t
dames Laura Brooks of Bloss. floral decoration on the bride's ....... &
burg, Pa and Vivian Dexterof table. ,
Lawrenceville, Pa and For her going-away costume, +
Misses Mary Ann Rexford,, Mrs. Huston chose a blue and
sister of the bride and Shelley white silk crepe sheath with
Huston, sister of the groom. blue and white accessories GUY
Rancy Coccottl! of Corningwas
best man and Frederick Attending the wedding from

Berleue, Floyd Rudnlck. Bernard Venice were the groom's par. ..........
Shinner and Fred Mitchell ents and his sister, Shelley; his (Gondolk photo .br Owes MMto)

were ushers. cousins Misses Carol, Sally here for week's visit and left
RECENT GUESTS AT THE HOME of the E. They were a
MRS. TREVOR LEE HUSTONGirls For the double ring ceremony and Carmie Huston and his D. LeMays on Casey Key were Mrs. LeMay'a on Thursday The Johnstones were photographed ........ ,
the church was decorated grandmother, and Mrs. Mat. the beachhouse, Jll
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. at LeMay pJ

with palms, candelebra and tie Tuma. E. A. Johnstone, and their daughter, Libby.Woman's .. .....:....... I,
baskets of white flowers. The After July 5 the newlywedswill
ainbovi Win
bride was given In marriageby be at home at Riter Road,
her father. Thomas Svens- Corning I fOR AUTO LIFE I FIRE INSURANCE
son was In charge of the nuptial Club Plays I Pastorius Talks On Soils
music. Mrs. Huston has been work Hugh G. McPherson

crapbook Award Mrs. Huston's floor-length ing as a secretary at Corning Cards WednesdayHostesses
Glass Works. She was educated 1712 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL I
sheath sole gown of white peau de at WellsboroCharlestonSenior for the Venice-No- At Men's Garden Club MeetAsst. I
of Venice was held at the George Wash. was designed with a softly Venice Gardens
Members! Assembly pleated overskirt which High School in Wells- komIs Woman's Club social Opposite
Order of Rainbow for Girls, ington Hotel. Members of the boro, Pa. and at Jean Summers County Agent Ed Pas manganese, zinc, boron and
terminated In 1
a chapel train. card Wednesday at pencil
jrned from the June 21-24 Jacksonville Area Masonic Business School in Elmira party torius discussed soils at the molybdenum, provided in a
md Assembly in Jackson- !gruips assisted in chaparon- The fitted bodice was designedwith N. Y. p.m. at the clubhouse will be June meeting of Men's Garden balanced fertilizer, are essential STATE FARM :

e on Thursday with a state Ins! a simple scooped necklineand Mesdames H. W. Bartlett, Wil- Club of the Venice area last additions to the sandy soils Insurance Companies t
long tapering sleeves. Herqueen's The groom is personnel assistant Home Office Bloomington, alms!
ond place award for their Events began with church liam McKnIght and Miss Rose week. of our local area, he said.
crown of pearls was at Corning Glass Works.
apbook. service and a song fest on attached to a bouffant elbow. He was graduated from Ven Reusser, There were 38 members and urDO

awed at the convention to Sunday and featured shopping length veil of silk illusion and ice-Nokomis High School, Door prizes will be awardedand four guests present. PresidentW.
late office was Miss Norma tours, banquets a talent show L. presided.For r
she carried a fan bouquet of served two years with the U. Glenzing
(in. appointed grand comes by the grand officers, business white carnations, red rosebudsand S. Army and was graduatedfrom refreshments served. Mem- his lecture, Pastorius
member for the ensu- sessions and the formal Installation Ivy. the University of Florida bers and their guests are in- used glass cylinders displayIng rfNOW'SA
of officers
rear new grand The matron of honor's floor- last year. vited. soil strata, brought soil I
theme was Wednesday evening. ---
pie scrapbook samples charts, sketches anda
'jsury of Memories" and Miss Bonnie Griffis, 1963-84 map of area soil structures.
cover was designed (rand worthy advisor from I
He said that the
:l executed by Miss Sharonr Pensacola presided at the 1 alkalinity of soils, acidity measuredon or L VE!
Miss Maureen Barney
n As.\stin\ with the as- meetings. ve a pH table ranging from 0
Misses Janie of Lecsburg was Instr+]ll'd
were the 1964-85 grand worthy to 14, Is of major importanceto THE PRICE OF THESE HOMES
jn. Diane Lash Linda Rose as plants. Most plants, he said

\cns'n, Willene Hendricks, advisor. grow best In a slightly acid WILL BE INCREASED $600. ON
I Fifteen local members attended -
Cooper, Donna Wheat.
icy soil some have a wide range
and Susanne Peterson. accompanied by Mesdames of tolerance. Others, such as JULY Iii.ist ,
13 thy first time in the John Cooper, Dr'-y' bahia and centipede grasses, THE MARTINIQUE
in of the chapter that the Stevenson. Albert Webb, Wil- have narrow range. Highly .
a bath
3 bedroom 2 family room garage.
Mrs Charles
'.o, has won a scrapbookd. liam Hendrix and acid conditions destroy soil
Bruin as chaparones Mrs 1706 sq. ft. of air conditioned living area.
micro-organisms beneficial to
"e Grand: Assembly them- Webb Is mother advisor to the rr\ plant growth, he said. Lot 86' x 120'. t
local assembly.
Sunrl of Promise! \ Session
Calcium is used to make
2 bedroom 2 bath garage screened
soils more alkaline, ammonium
13'00 ft. of air condo living area
porch. sq.
nitrate or sulphate, to Increase
Attend Does Convention acidity. BOTH WITH CITY WATER AND SEWER

Ive Where soil Is extremely i SEEN AT

sandy, marl or dolomite and J

: This Week ample quantities of compost, EAST GATE
peat moss or decayed vegetable
and First Counselor matter should be added. Cypress St. I bit South of E. Venice Ave.
I ive members of the Venice Hoke Bowden he said. CALL 488-4242
I left
,v* 141 are attending i the Mrs. Ralph Anderson
I Friday. Joining them in Nitrogen, phosphorous and Chester A. Mayer J Jor
tonal convention of Benevo- by car
potash, provided in a balanced
will be Mrs. Fred Contr. ,,
t and Patriotic Order oft Rochester in fertilizer, and minor and trace .
of the United States May who Is
yes. elements of calcium, sulphur,
will become I
Michigan. She
Hay through Friday.
at the magnesium copper, iron,
'Irs. John Artman, local Grand Lodge II
sident and delegate, left by convention in recognition of her.. } v aa'

ie Saturday. Past presidentsi. five years service as conductor f I ,_....w,
) '
Sam Cutler Jr., and Mrs. of the Drove. t ., '7"
--- -- While at convention delegates -:. .: \ 'J': a ,: 'i.r ;:; ; '-; '
and members will\ visil I '. .<,; ,
:Jt' <
't. Marks Plans Niagara Falls in Rochester.and the Kodak', : : \ {i : .J. ', : 't'-: : s IiiT& t v i
Co. plant
''ree Recreation -- ... -.; a ..:!:.! ; > : -- .!

''or Area Youths ChurchwomenWillMeet
\ free story hour and out- On TuesdayThe HONOREE AT A BANQUET and special left. She is shown with Mrs. Donald Conn, elsavedwittialhome vt,

.T playtime each Wednesday meeting of Venice Chapter 248 of Order of banquet chairman, center, and Mrs Wade ; tq ,
'm 9 to 11 a.m. is scheduled Venlce-Nokomis Presby Eastern Star Thursday was Grand Conduc- Ballard Sr., worthy matron of the local

begin Wednesday at St. terian Women of the Church tress Mrs. Onie Mae Stephens of Marianna, chapter. ;
,rk's Parish Day School Kin- will hold their June meeting r .
garten at 513 S. Nassau tS. Tuesday, June 30 In the Tel

Era George Dillon will be in lowship Hall of the Church on OSE Grand Conductress Sarasota Grower ,. s,. loaii from
irge and will be assisted by the Rialto.
'. Thomas Edmondson in Coffeee will be served at Sarasota Federal
< storytelling. 9:45: a.m. and the meeting will Honored At Banquet Will Be SpeakerAt .; :

The program will continue begin! at 10 a.m.
- -
ough the second week ingust Mrs. Palmer Rlc', program Orchid MeetSam
chairman, announces that the i In Venice Thursday for an I and 17 other past matrons and

Mrs. Dillon said it is not will Include a skit official inspection of Venice: patrons were introduced. Thorson, Sarasota orchid
resjary to make advance arijments featuring a visit from a nine Chapter 248, Order of Eastern After the meeting entitled an addenda "The fancier and businessman, i i

for attendance. All star general Gen. A. Fund. Star, was Grand Conductress a playlette" presented for will be guest speaker at the
nmunity children from four Circle Four will be In chargeof Mrs. Onie Mae Stephens of Bluebird, Conductress was and she July meeting of Venice Area
All women Interested acting as deputyfor the Wednesday at
eight years of age are wel- hospitality. Marianna, bird with Orchid Society
1e. Refreshments will be in Presbyterian Fellowship the worthy grand matron. five was birds given and a presented cage witha 7:30: p.m. at First Federal '\

Ted. are tnvited. entertained at a Mrs. Savings and Loan Assn. ;i"
be available She was gift from the chapter .
will "Fertiliz "
sitter will be
A baby His
at the Cue pre. McIntyre sang
small chit banquet Georgiana
to care for ceding the group's meeting. "Bluebird of Happines' in her ing and Spraying"for Disease
Swim dren. Mrs. Donald Conn, banquet honor. and Pest Control. ';
InS70 chairman, decorated the tables Thorson has an orchid collection

alcI Senior Citizens To with mixed flower arrange Pidgin English is a highly of 15,000 plants He

WednesdayMonthly ments. useful language, spoken by ..0 conducts a commercial plant

AT Meet business meet! : ol Honorees at both events were to 50 million people as a second land spray business tn Sara Everyone Is looting for ways to save money on y, r A '

Clutwill I Grand and. past Grand Officers language. their home. With a low service charge, low
warm Mineral Venice be held Wednesday at 1.3:
p.m. at Venice Civic Center. rest Chapman of Sarasota, past '" Sarasota Federal can save you money on your 'I

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kuk. grand matron; Mrs. Gertrude Grand I THE ONLY LEFT HANDED BARBER I. home financing now and for yean to come. When r,
Springs In charge of refrAUm.SoSr Purcell, of Grand RIdge in and J 4
kuck will be Ruth Pooley of I IN NOKOMIS/ { you find the home of your choice, stop e'
Mrs. '
Ruth c
12 ; organist I learn how our home financing experts can help
Miles South of Venice I ;! citizens are Invit Tampa, past grand ; "
On US 41 Mr. Cayya Mae Burgen you save money. vy j
ed. __ grand ACROSS THE STREET! '
Englewood. Tenn., past ; HAS MOVED j ;

"" IN SARASOTA I organist Palmetto;,Miss grand Berdie representative Drank of- jARASTA T E G 3L .
RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE ; Mrs. Thelma Clabaugh of Kappelmarm's
Ruth from
VenIce, past Grand
__ Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Trail Nokomis savings and loan association

-, CUSTOM SHADES, cloth' covered TO ,ORDER vinyls, Harriett District 17 Hendricks grand instructor.For of Venice. OPEN 8 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. TUES. thru SAT.

I burlap parchment, etc. MADE VENICE
Service. the chapter
PR'CES & Prompt the meeting I

.....\.ui. AT Reasonable J room at Masonic Temple plants was SPECIALIZING IN LADIES' STYLED 446 So. Tamiami TrailDOWNTOWN
with green
In .took. All decorated I MENS' FLAT TOPS
Also hundreds of lampshade and floral arrangements.Mr. HAIRCUTS SOUTHSIDE GULF GATE

1 shapes and sizes.We 0'' VO55.. Baffles, efc. and Mrs. Wade Ballard Also have an excellent understanding of children.Ph. I 1718 Main Street So. Trail at Be. Ridge Rd. So. Trail at Sttckney Point Rd.
Make Lamps f In the East. Ma-
i. LAMP REPAIR : block BRASS North POLISHING of Sean Sr irons presided and Patrons of the Pal 488.3785 ,. ,, i ,b va' .raw. .

1 1115 1 1 S. Trail 12 metto and Sarasota, Chapter ,




Banging It Out 11Par

with Pat Banq

rhone 474-2324 r rMARKRT
J ;
The work on the new bridge at Orlando He is to undergo "
Is plot-resting Both ramps are surgery of a major operatic ,
finished and Ire being used by on the lungs Tuesday morning. SWIFT'S PREMIUM
the construction company tort He lure would appreciate hearing PROTEN GOVT. INSPECTED IMr 1 ''T ,
their equipment. Only the mid from his old friends here.
die section is yet to be done, HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
find work on that Is going along
What day Sunday was /f
fine The old bridge( looks so the hubbub and unexpected ,
little and so rickety in com surprises Bob Hord came ,
parision You wonder if it'l home for the weekend, but this
safe to go over.0. time driving a big red truckof BONELESS "
the company he works for (
The Schauders 7
bought our H: Fort Lauderdale. Mrs
desk for their new home in Hord parents from Lakeland
Grove City. Gave us their name were there too, busy as bees ROUND
and phone number and the taking down the playground
dupe that we are misplaced gymnastic wings, while Bob
it. Tried through information took down the rope swing, and N
to get them and no soap Had into the parent car It all went.
no phone listed in their names People driving in with pails STEAK
Nothing daunted we called Mr. and nets, catching gold fish
M. C. Thompson who refurnmhed .
and going off with same The
the desk for them and poor greyhound In Caroline tr '
asked if he had their telephone car howling like mad. Finally d Cf
number. He saidet. he Caroline came over to say good r qp
thought it was in his shirt by. They were leaving as soon ?
pocket. (We were grateful he as their personal possessionswere
had his start on). Called them all aboard the truck.
finally and discovered they hart< They were to live at Bobs Ib.79C
!bought: Mr. James Mow rv's apartment until they found a
beautiful home on Massachusettes house suitable to their needs
Avenue. V-. bought our Their house here is naturallyup
I It t present and final home from for sale, furnished It Is togo
James Mowry and were very at a very low rate. It !and
familiar with the beauhtulI ours are alike save ours has
home. They would come for us had an addition of two rooms
every time something new was The grounds are lovely. Both
added we were great: houses were built by Mr. L.
friends Now Mr Schauder has Cropp. and at a time when
I promised to come for us as houses were properly built PRICES EFFECTIVE
coon as the Florida rooms are
-0- MON. AND
finished for us to see it. It is Swift's Premium. Cooked or Baked. TUES.
a small world. Ue are to )lose our two page JUNE 19, 30, 1964
girls for a few days. Mrs Terry
-0- Eccles called us this afternoon AMERICAN or SWISS Slicer U
A luncheon was given by
to say she and the girls nam
Mrs Lynn Horton of Knight
Lane in honor of Mrs Whit were off for a little holiday 29c tlalrtj specials .
ton's daughter, Mrs Sedder but the copy would be called CHEESE ssc.;=?
for by Fred If he falls to 6
man. Other guests were Mrs. ox.
how. little call the telephone Sfit Brood
on Philadelphia
a -
B A Martmka i Mrs A Lynn pkg.
Mrs A A, Thompson, Mrs RO : would remind him. -

j Orchid, Mrs Ethyl Gould -oWe y Cream Cheese

Mrs Margaret Johnson Mrs. I saw the large: skunk we :
i E B. Lipsert Mrs. Irma Totter -
ever seen yesterday Was '
Mrs Frank Babrucz and 2 25'
so glad Tina was In the house SWEETOR BUttERMIlKBISCUITS :
Mrs. O Carbonneau
It was half again Tina's size
After a delightful luncheon, and a huge white bushy tail I
J bridge was played. Mrs MarI a little black snort, with a
I tinka Mrs. A. A. Thompsonand black under carriage It tried e frozen foods o
Mrs. I. Potter won prizes.
10 climb our letter box: but fall
Y I -0I ed and loped away at a great "
I Mrs. Wablmtton of ShadeyHaven rate. Chefs Delicious
i Trailer Park called us
tn find out where Mrs Eleanor -.-
Huegia was. we told her she Sure had a beautiful rain. I Frozen Waffles
f had left her son's house and storm today and as usual It
wes at her own place. Mrs. knocked out the electric liehts ,..
9t:!: Wablington had a buyer for theII When it started to get: dark,, 10 ox. 19'pllg.
new trailer. We sincerely hope decided to /get the candles out .
Eleanor doesn sell, for we lust in case and to our utter
would love to have her here dismay. they were not where Stouffer'f TurkeyTetrazzini
II next winter. There were so they have always been kept
; many things we had planned Johanna and I hunted like mad Ii
to do together and they were found In the a 11 1 s 1 !
j -oAt darndest place ever Whichever
;. 8 o'clock this morning we one of us put them, there 11 011.69'pllg.
i |j were called for by Anika John. was nuts absolutely Anika
L son, and driven over to the Johnson drove in to see if we
,M'."I beach. It was the first time we were okay and we had a nice IOO l!FR:! IOO '''IM t2''EI.CtJSTqMtit ''TH.1 *
j had been little visit. And the lUhts cameon
f over and
it was delightful so The early gulf was after three and a half hours J1I Green :'Jl.!: C.tJ St.$' Jot.I Q.OR M /I i fr

calm as a lake and we were being off. A grand time resetting stamps \, PsepsiesOlive

I time.the only We enjoyed ones there it so at much.that four clocks.-0- I NESTEA all Was war INSTANT wl ewd.a.h TEA -" ::;;;,;..I Oil I, . 4, ;. 2I 4dotcu

,,' After our swim we walked the That freak storm we had 3 01. (jar $1.29
i beach a while to dry off a bit Monday blew down a long r't:::: I 1..1.. T_. I.... ... a_ r::::!
j"'Y' then home we came for a second heavy branch of the Hiblsus QVOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOsomE produce lane
cup of coffee which last. tree That poor tree made such llrl
'i ed grand after our swim As i a terrific gain after the awful
f.\\ the old gal had been up since freeze and now this its TIAm50I Swift's PremiumCorned Tender Yellow Florida
1\,'\ 5 you know what we mean. just about too much Had to 11 K,
-o- have Lon Hall over to handle Beef..I : 39
,I',, Mr W T. Hankins, better it, and he cut it into fourths J1I{ Green Stamps Sweet Corn
.,; known as 'Bill formerly of .0* he could get it in the back I w1 til. versa .4 MrrfKM Lykes CannedVienna
;; Englewood, now living in Cocoa of his car to cart away to the Black Flog House & CordM Bomb",

It ( is in the Orange Hospital dump. reg. size 98c Sausage . . .VoV: 15 10 59c i

iL rt
j 1 Top Records I VOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Swift's Meats *

T\Am . ,3 X= 79

f 5VVV ,. 50IJ,1 Kraft' With Cheese
f Complied by Nancy Brown,

t i Gilbert Youth Research, Inc. Green Stamps Pizza Mix . . . .15Ptr49<
I **al..aw.ra. -dw. DOLE HAWAIIAN
,'t Peter & Gordon remain up there with the number one hit LIQUID TREND DETERGENT With Meat SauceKraft's

I! song "A WORLD WITHOUT LOVE" 22 ox. me 49c PINEAPPLE
J'i For the third successive week the Dixie Spaghetti. .pkg.; 49
Cups occupy ,...1- _. I... at. 11M'' rt
second place with "CHAPEL OF LOVE"
ti;It Promenading into third position after five weeks of chart oooooooooooooooooo50mE. JUICE
f! actli, i is Dionne Warwick singing "WALK ON BY" +fn+..*-- ,w .ggraerw -trw
The Dave Clark Five turn the chart trick once again via sr
1 i 1 f 'DO YOU LOVE ME" making the rumber four selection this FR TAAm50 With

j I week NEW ADDITIONS: This could sneak through the hit ba J7// Green The new way f cook PaFP ou? ?
are '
: r Tier as it comes on hot and heavy in the sixteenth spot for the wA /?/ erw rl 1Psl Corn stuffed groan f or Dureo .
first showing Gerry & The Pacemakers little tag "DON'T BORDEN'S INSTANT Derbaf0 W/fh/ .alPlcr 6-ox*
; 5 o:. jar 83e ,.,
Jamaican-born Millie Small appears on our board with her S..lrM TUM, I... M, 1M4) up and e
J' f debut disk "MY BOY LOLLIPOP." r::;:, < a r::;;: ROS label

i PICK HIT OF THE WEEK: Sam Cooke, who scored last OOOOOOOOOOOOOOJUlO50ml c SyrveW
time out "TWISTING THE NIGHT AWAY," could be on the tEspWLOS '
I success route again with his new entry "GOOD TIMES" 29c
I I'I ij r FREE UVU 50I pP Limit 2 plas3lb.

I This Last Two Weeks on
Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List J,( Green Stamps

.lid I CWM ( t l !
,? 1 1 3 A World Without Love-Peter WHERE
I,I & Gordon S
,i 2 2 2 Chapel of Love-Dixie Cups 5 48 ct. pkg. 57c
3 7 a Walk On By-Dionne Warwick S f4avr T_ Jrne a0. aIM'' : : SHOPPING
1 5 II 7 Do You Love Me-Dave Clark Five II'I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O5O .
I 8 3 1 My Guy-Mary Wells I 9 i IS A
6 S 4 Love Me Do-Beatles 7 HORMELCANNED
: '1 7 J2)8 People-Barbara Streisand 3 W501
1 .. 000
,P t a a II Love Me Wit All Your Heart- PLEASUREVENICE B

}II' 9 II 14 Ray Diane Charles Bachelors Singers 8 4 J7// Green Stamps 1 OOLIX B E HAM

:t: I 'l t f 10 19 I Get-Around-Beach Boys 2 I da au. _........._.. SHOPPING CENTER
; !I, ; } 11 13 Tell Me Why-Bobby Vinton 2 Mazola Corn Oil Margarine STORE HOURS S
t ?II l 12 4 5 Little Children-Billy J. lib, eta 39c
;? i 'f( Kramer & Dakotas 6 = IanMr yI.... M SeMI' r.t MON. FRI. 8:30 9:00 $2.19PAGE
: 13 8 10 P.S. I Love You-Beatles S OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
i ; ,\ J4)8 20 What I Say-Elvis Presley 4 SAT. 8:30.: 7:00
), 15 14 12 Hello DollyLouis Armstrong 17
f" I 18 Don't Let the Sun Catch You
Crylng-Gerry/Pacemakerl 1
i J 1 1 17 17 Be Anything (But ne Mine-)
I '
4 Connie Francis 2
I U)3 13 Cotton C..nl1v-AI Hirt 4
0 f f 18 IS 11 (Just Like) Romeo & Juletf ( ty

I, Reflections 7
20 My Boy Lollipop-MUUa Small 1

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I Fishing Rules Have New LookFiaierrnen I

I lUIiASSImn ADS -. II-, ''HAT IN THE! cVeNTOFA | will find Flor.Ida's new 18 page publication eon-

: : e.ri8i1L MAJOR DISASTER THERE: ARC I I new fresh water sport tains a summary of fresh water .

__ 2C00C/V/L fffffAseSrRATeSICAUV fishing rules and regulationshave fishing regulations and
"' .,, ,. ,".... c .. FMERZMCYAVSP/735L5 a new look and provide may be removed by the fisherman -

PREPOSITIONED fishing Information as well at who desires a compact
-- IN THE U SA. WITH DAU&3 AND fishing regulations The new copy of regulations! for him

CLASSIFIED :: rtQWaetsqLVy- ADEQUATE FOR regulations are available at tackle box or pocket.

I Houses For SaleSACRIFICETiwFQIo Uk THE TREATMENT Of NEARLY the offices of all county judges Aldrich reminded fishermenthat
Student Sp A I AND SURGICAL MEDICAL and their authorized fishing they may now obtain the

BATES r Ads CONDITION license agents new 1964-85 fishing license a*
3 bedrooms \!. t!. offices of
\ iJ an County Judge
2 -- /
baths, split| ---- According to A. D Aldrich,
Charge Rates, both rnundayend level home, 28' and license agents The deadline -
pool, beach director
rights BICYCLE. MM Game and Fresh Water
Monday Editioni" 488-5649. I Howard, Phone 488.3168. x ; Fish Commission, the new for obtaining: the new 'i-
jkTopics ; cense is midnight tomorrow
fishing regulations
S1.50 CBS 2 were adapt
BEDROOMS Effective
Wednesday fishing
Florida 15 YEAR OLD ed from the Florida Wildlife ,
room, tile bath. Golden Beach girl wishes to in fresh water without the new
sell' Magazine and Include color
((12 word minimum) section 828 Roberta St. Woman's shoe skates illustrations and license will be a violation of I

Additional Words, each 6c Wooden wheels, size 6H. Good \ Servlc. of v.apr Dortor rf M-d;,;n. informationon the law and such fishermen
'-1 Rill. condition $12. Venl-e You" Land' Ued| 55yiCA5SOAiN.. 488 will be
-1629. Florida subject to
5 Medical Aas.'i.ps' arrest.
5i45 J.bh.s PI...,. 8..1. ter game fish as well as sections
CASH rttt. both Thursdayand WIT CAI.L, A.u JAS-ons '01.1111 HATE:: Washing Widows-Let ARE YOU OUT OF LINE? on favorite fishing spots, 1 License fees are Resident
$3 nonresident
Monday Editions Tom do 'em. (Plus ihose oth THAT MODERN how to catch 'em, the cost of :tla$ ,non-resident an ''j
Rentals er odd E\eryone it ottt of line to Ptcrt/ttf MA Attvure fishing and fish managementarea ; 14-day
Tom : i
S1.40 Phone Landgraf, some degree. A alilii' :t 11:ik ofymmelry X-RAYS CAW BE regulations. continuous fishing, $3 25; nonresident
: 4882659 .
After 5:00 in the human five-day continuous
2 body i. MADE
infur normal The middle section of the fishing $225
('r2| word minimum) flushed. Plenty room for chilren CD EMBG5pJcyI

Additional, Word each 5c and pets. Phone 488.8781. WANTED: Lawns to mow by liemihypcrlrophy Everyone it Mid. to llypcrtroplnn / have tome' I EQUIPMENTSensing

reliable college student Rea enlargement Ieen woos y.s-t, s-a,a.a .oR
Per A.aa. AH-Caa ..... ,. "'.ia.a.b LOW SUMMER Rates Weekly sonable. References an organ or part or liemi overgrowth\, u 01 FUNNYJIUSINESS"H
....... Dial 488. a pre-
1,1" Miera a of II mint or monthly fix _
or uji. 4071. signifying one half Hence,
( IllMrtlM, H
line >r >M emu 1
.Hue for e.eli ,...01''.n t.....,.... furnished Worthington Apart- hemihypcrtrophy: .lia the over The News
4 eervlea PS'.5 rente a> me-its across from I WILL growiti of one or one sade
Venice TAKE
nude far .. of th. Gandollee P OBi CARE of your of the body of
., ...bw In redlea to ....01'...... Shopping Center Stop in or most precious possessions or a p.rLThe I I'cJ
Phone! 488.2418.BEDROOM. Kellable experienced left tide of the head and It, 1IIIRMAV SENSING
face i li ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY PRIVATE bath &., ler Janice Jessup, 488' la.ait. han the normally right i aide thghtly Slight larger var,.. TilE WAR FROM \MTIH\ announced the student support

Ont Edition par Inch $JOO entrance. 2 blocks from JOB WANTED" heat, are al P.
Both Editions per 'Inch $3.50 0. Call 438,4774 days 488.2537ecninp.i Linderman at 488-4609 James Full Organs arms and luppoacd legs, and to be In in Internal syin.nir3' find tional support communlat inside movement the United lo Southeast Asia. -

time if possible if lxces i\e The Haverford students call-
I not will take grovnh of one States Is I said
All classified ads payable In part time work. Part or one, side it exceedingly, by liberals to cd their organization "The

advance except *s',bliih,d LARGE COTTAGE, completely rare When bodily yar at,on ii be virtually non-existent The Front of National Liberationof
furnished In Laurel. $65 per pronounced enough to be easily consistently] lake the South Vietnam."
account. month. No pets or children Auto For Sale or readily detected, it is known position that superpatrlols that They admitted -
they had been in
Phone 488.4909, a. p.m. 4883819 as true hermhypertrophyCirlt see reds under the bed all the contact with
Nguyen Van Hieu
CANCELLATION or 68 p.m. or write Mary A. 19B3 CHEVROLET Pickup. II,-. are more 1 likely! to have time. secretary of the Communist "s"

ADJUSTMENT Reach, P. Q Box 812| Venice 000 miles A-I. Overload niott body often variation than boy. It it Dut the liberals will find it Viet Cong in Communist, Ccchoslovrfkia :-.sno._:

Requests for cancellation springs! hydraulic lift Rule, or armi noticeable m the legs extremely difficult to avoid And they accusedthe

or adjustment b. e a use of BUILDING' VACATIONING! $1.850.' Jim, Ponder 4HH-fi.-m There recognizing attacks I Ihitt have ( United, Slate of "Pf'rseru-
Call 4683602 for have been bwn made
I many
bedroomapirtment recently
tug by
error mutt be made for geitiont young lion of a people fighling for
Boats a. to the came of tuch Americans <
near Venice Beach. For Sale against their
own their
variation. national independence
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Reasonable I Everything from dn country

5 p.m. on Monday. For Mend some order in mechanical the endocrine ghndt to I refer. i In the first Instance As might: be expected, liber

y Gondolier BEFORE 5 COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom prior to birth ban disturbance been men to the American Press reportof all on the Haverford faculty

em. on Thursday 3 room apartment, $65 per I' built boat. 8% ft. beam. 130 tinned aa a cause Most authori June 12 which stated that rushed to the defense of these :

month year around. 417 Me HP Chris Craft engine, day lies agree that abnormal I destruction of the U. S. youths saying they had a right

PHONE nendez. I cabin ideal for Tarpon fishing, influence during the period be. was advocated by government four of free expression. The Amcrl TMK PaSA.RTYR 5

$800. Frank Walther 1001 La- fore birth can cause tint imperfect Negro American can Civil Liberties Union Jump

433-3125 VACATIONER'S NOTICE. guns Dr Tel 48R-4408 care, then: division.It Indicated Proper ai prenatal lUng Cuba In defiance students of State vis ed to their aide, giving! them "H* tuck on thote phony feet to get .ympathy.-hi*

Completely furnished 1, 2. 3 tiMe preventive 0 of ex...Iiv.a pot or Department regulations legal assistance. In Pennsyl. mom won't let him com out to play!" :

room apartments and bath, in_ Lost Ins, hemihrpertrophy However In s statement vania, leaders of veterans'
denouncing I
Real Estate
Weekly $10-$15.$20; Monthly SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING concerned normal and it, nothing to be said: "We realize the United students, pointing out that support WOLFER MOTORS Inc.

HI:LP me move the hundreds I $30 $55-$65 Call 488.3447, even- and diamond wedding ring alioiil States government is the! biggest of the Communist VIetCong ,

if fine building and Invest. ings 47t-2-f504!) and 516 Armada on Nokomis Beach off pavilion farce in history and must was the ugliest of insults RAMBLER DODGE

ment lots we have in this area j Road. I Reward Contact The Gondolier Lega! be destroyed" Another member against the memory of more mS.Tarm.mITr.il' 488.3965-488-6150

.- ity and auburban List your --- Newspaper of the student group arrivIng than 200 Americans who have SPECIALIST IN. .
HOUSE on the CIRCtIT COtRT OF THFTWFI died In combat
South Venice lots with us We water Nicely furnished. FTK Jt DICIAI, <'IRCt'IT OF in Havana Identified himself 1 against communist ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS

are movin' em Call Bruce F. NPC. Phone 4883681.3BiroR'OOM Business Personals FLORIDA IX! AND!'STY tog. BARABOTt.CO as the leader of tne vis- Viet Cong guerrillas BraU Repair: Lubricate Chassis

Thomp on at Gulf Realty. N CssAncFRW.case items and a communist The whole free world knows S Front End Alignment Oil Chang

P',>ne Day 488-6738. Nite 488. HOUSE air conditioned RUBBER NO. 17.Sir, That group of American cltlreni that the Viet Cong are but one Front End Overhaul .
STAMPS made to or. ISLAND PROPERTIES, INr a of Adjust Headlight SMITH
would the satellite armies under
S: J and to Cuba in de.
I in der. Florida BorpnratlonPlaintiff. S Wheel Balancing Electrical
service Office Repair
fiance of U. S. law and the direction of Communist
Venice $90 month. Write
I per personal, pocket or stock ". China. Brave Americans Engine Overhaul S Any Automatic or Standard .
condemnation are
Lots For Sale) their land
or phone Earl Bond WAS-4181Rt 488-1432. RICHMOND CONSTRUCTION CORP.. S Radio
3. Box S64X, Arcadia, Fla. 5 OO".tio. RAlPH P. TRAi'P50: ,. from the soil of a country daily risking their lives and Repairs Transmission Repair

LOT IN BAY POINT. Nokomis and give referencesKSICE JR.huiband. and and ANNrTT wirerWrrHent, JEAN TRAUBEL.. drenched with the blood of many are losing their lives Airconditioning Repair and InstallationCompare

Mile from beach Block west .. Bntl-communlsts killed bv a to prevent the defeat of the -
I. \ 1-' BMI I'1\1FI'R'IIISHY.D Dressmaking, alterations dra. NOTiCE OF lilT cause of freedom And these -
*f U S. 41. Value $1,250. Maker communist regime should
ftnSn. ,.ban Prf.... I ndt. nlarnlituil TO, CArps E TRAtBEI tR rod
r rf Ph. 488-6629. Jl'ST CAt L. LOU JUOPS a..scsn pence, etc reasonable 488-1130 ANNETTE JEAN TRAUBEL shock the American people Into scandalous youths at Haver
'I tahend. and wife. new vigilance auainst! the ford dare say that the fight In
tilTS LOTS LOTS $100 TRAILVIEW APT for rent by TOU ARE HFRKBY NOTIFIFD that em-mv within our gates South Vietnam is a struggle !
a auit for a temporary, Inj inctlnn re
down. Easy terms, water. year Completely furnished. .tra,nllf defendants, their ....... I In fact, if this particular between "the U. sponsored
Ii.. /Automotic heat and "ervanu and eenployeoa. or any of them. dictatorial and
''it, Venice Gardens. Others air conditioned from f rther thai ,... group of people are ever allowed regimes the
r-raeenitin son.tn
3 bocks'! from center 1000 Sq.; ft. On E. SHEPARD victims of these regimes.
shopping ups of taa Improvementa located on tharopeity to re enter this country, Get the best car rental deal fromECONDCAR
and schools, $1,90S. So. Venice Tampa St.. close to stores .'> herein deicribed and In due. It will be definite proof of a These students should be
LUMBER ouna a permanent Injunction retrain.in
I $10 down $10 month Buyr I Tel. 488132!. CO. aald defendanU from aonitructlntmy terrible weakness in our State firmly advised that what they

IV, build later. Byron Markle, 1003 N. Washington Blvd I..p"'........ on sad, property In'lolatlon Department that must be leml- are doing is closely akin to
TRAILER WITH CABANA. of eald' mtrlrtloni. hai bean
R.. Itor, Phone 488-4706. I Sarasota flAt, .ln.I yoi and BICHMONII CON. nated if wt are to remain a treason, if not treason itself ,
carport screened porch, un call VTRUCTION COKP. a aorporatlon In. free nation. They should be strongly told

NOKOMIS ACRES lot. 100x150 I til Pirlua Nov.Court 25th., Rt Dell 2 Nokomis Goodhart I ELLIOTT PAULfor ,,'olvlna R..:.uSe... follow County, Florida deeerlbod, propertyn The student !group In CubaIs there is no place for treason the only difference Is the low price

ft on canal. Phone 488-5853. Lot 17. BIECTA ISLES Unit No. 1 not the only instance of in any nation much less our
-- 1 I. u per plat thereof recorded In
VrSJcC!: aeqibeNra: lOTS I Misc.) For Sale Plat Book 10 Para 69. Pi bile Red radical youth turning against own.While Offers MORE Costs LESS
\v.\lrg nr'ns'Pns erers 1 1I ROOF TRUSSES orda of Saraaota County, Florida t our country's stand. In May, Americans fly over you you
TAIL, IOU JA'OP'ISIT Alum. ana you are required to roe.. a seen The Bulletin Cuba, searchEr for missiles
Windows Philadelphia
i & Doors. cor your written drfanaei. If to I'. Evening! .
RADIO any FREE Pickup or You Save to 40%
I AMATEUR equipment Contract Roofing & Painting .ame upnn KIRK PINKFRTC..N. SPAR disclosed the fret that and while other patriots fight up
ELK INLET Sewale) private Hammorlund IIQ 170 i Phone 4882132 Venice RUW TRAWICK a MrtLtlLAND. at.trncye five students at Haverford Collepe the Viet Cong! in the rice pad. Delivery Credit cards honaed
boat KiltonBavihor for Mnin
basins E L pi.ieiiif 1900 Build
Receiver and Heathklt DX60 In Pennsylvania had form dies of South Vietnam, thereIs
IEaraeoto Florida and "I. tsaniainsi Seat-Belts
I Safety
Drive. Nokomis. I X-Mitter. Price $240. Write Box ., thereof T,Ul the rlerk of tho.bo. ed an organization to raise dirty work being done at By the hour, day,
542, Nokomis. i TYPEWRITERS and Adding- 17. 1.81 ityled: o'horwl.court on a or d.._before.III July hantn,5 money to send assistance to home. This dirty work calls Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month!

Houses For: Sale Machines (mechanically operated .nln.t ..., for tho ..1101 d.. Communist Viet Cong guerrillas for searching investigation! by
Tri-County Equipment Co. ) Chemically) cleaned ,snTst ,In tha ......I.'nt.' In total
"" W11NIHS; m, hand and tha ._t ofad in South Vietnam. The Bulletin U. S. agencies. war,
Ml:W, RICHMOND Buckeye. like new. Just $12 50 plus partsif < court at !!I........ Florida, thla printed the fact after it the communists never neglectthe Drive our New
Choice Venice Gardens loca. BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. required All makis Venice :II> dar of J,,." 1M4"" learned that a Chinese Communist fifth column method the 9 9
955-5705 Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. W. A. WYNNF automatic shift
tll Water Central had from within.
n and newer Clark of tha tlrrult Court propaganda/ agencv war
he It & air conditioned, garage This week specials! on 4SRR1H of .........t. Ctriyne 2-door VALIANTS. $3
tile roof concrete drive. All Deputy Clerk s r j ssms m '" ..,
.. Also, other fine s'r": ;:
Frmica kitchen, $14,750. Easy Hydraulic Jack Repairs ,KIRKPINKIRTON. hPARROW ** -, -r"y vTs-4 f4. ....
firanclng Immediate occu- Attorneva for Plaintiff
I SU .penwat par Me
LAWNMOWER 18" cut. $50. ioos apis 5ildigC.rsoi at slightly higher rates.
pincy Phone Mr. Hearn, .. : :
Gasoline engine Good condition t'lold.
488-5216 or 488.H74. Call 488.4400. Mrs. Carver. NoTice!!: Of INTFNTION TO P.bll.hed I lun. 19. lain a. II, 10. 1964 '
it.. .odaeuioe' "P baipa. .t
home 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, ra a JIIH.E, 8AHARDTA tOUNTY
piano. Like new Chair 'n-I i iso Laurel' Avenue, Venire. FlnrMa. FKRIDA Desires family to really enjoy RENT A CAR DIAL 488.1096
screened porch and fenced the flrtltloua of COWAN
.under name IN PKOHATI FINEST!
pOlo> Venice Gardens 488.2G8. eluded Phone |TOY COMPANY isduh.5ss''d firm la III Rn ..to.. of,
npoeed of the following penone whoiaI KEATHLEY R R1GC8 CLOSING COSTS
CHICKERING Studio size Piano -I namea and placea of ...,d.... ... aa IkreatedNOTICE EZ TERMS NO GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER

and bench. Excellent con follow. Of IXTFXT10N TO MAKE Air Conditioned Electric Heat Pump
USE BOAT, car or what have Ch..I. A. Cs.n. 13M Laurel Ave- APPLICATIOV MIR FINAL
dition, $600. Phone 488-3522f- .100. V.oim Finid&Iiwo. V iNC HA RUE Two Large Bedrooms Two Tiled Baths : Venice Shopping Center
you as down payment on one ter 4 p m, A CoaO. 1301 Laurel Ava1,1. Notice la her.ly (iven that t havefiled 31'' II' Screened Lanai 31' x 14' Carport
of .. Venlo, monies.Osoan'hie .. >
these Venice Gardens home. my final report traitor: of CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES: SUMMER
2 of Cowan Toy Company tha aatata) of Keathley H II''..., dceand .. WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE
bedroom 1 bath $9500; 2 Wanted "la .. follnwai Charlea A. C...... 60 that I have fuel! my ....1110.! for RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.fiawiavjasa .
bedroom 1H\ baths, lovely .per 'itu: Donna A. Cowan. sn .per cent f nal dl..h..... and that on th. Mrd, IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
It la our 'Intention to apply" to the day of July. A. D. !<>... I will apply ,
home Make offer. No closing fulfill military Clerk of tha Circuit Court In and f.>r wthsHononshiCoooiJode.ofOans. Harry L. I Keel builder ph. 4i -6653 WorVt ,..tilt inwwif ear rantal ayatam HSawaawa

cats, Why pay rent Byron YOUNG MEN, with your six ,.,...,. Co intr_, Florida. In _'.t.. tha .... County, Florida. for approval of I'llIV .4I1I'JIIJII. ... ...........""'" ....._..."....
Markle obligation only .aid .m. of C Toy Company un aald final report and f.r final dWharnaa
Realtor 4884706 months active duty. Return dan ,... pnwlelona of Florida, Btatut Fxeeutor of th. Mtata of Keathley
188 n,. ..,.. ._ .
Ri ed.Thi.
H d.
SALE BY OWNER. Well-kept for service with your local Marine WI'.,.., sue h..do. this .rd du of lath day of J"... A. n 1H4.Hendley DISTINCTIVE! IfiRGER
home. 2 bedrooms 2 baths. Reserve unit. Call 836-1911, jane 1034. .'. Jelkaem
I'HAW Ed A. COWAN >:> or of th. Eatata of
Lovely landscaping. Walking Tampa. for dctalU DONNA A. COWAN. Keathlpy H Ross UeeMeoiRlalr Real I Estal Corner
distance d b/a Cowan T-y Company. A Dean Attorney.tlT e
to beach pos.office,
Wanted [ Publuhl I Juna 5. U. tl ti 19&4. Nu... St. D
'tores 503: Granada Ave., Venice Help Vo.,... Fla.Pihllihril _


FINE HOME in choice location wants live-wire licensed real Tha underala-nil a'oaa hereby aertify NOTICE OF IXTFNTIOM! TO r

of Venice Gardens. 2 Reply J. C., that 5 ha, la o.eiol ln. a Travel I Arneybuilneu RFCIHTtR! FICTITIOIH_ NAUR $11,750
estate salesman 114 W. Venice Avenue, Vrn.Ire 'ri n. unitcreiened d hereby eertlfythat INTERESTED?
large bedrooms. 1'a baths. AIls Box 746. Venice. Florida at under tha rtllloua. ,. llama b. e ..ndu..'." a MinuraetumiAtent ?
.. bitlnaaa at 120 Clen Oak RdVenfr. ., INTERESTED 2 APARTMENT INCOME
a den that could be used for of VENIIF!!: TKAVLb BURFAU .dIhot
of tha 101.| ., .1.. under th. frtitlo, name 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened
fa eompoeed
an extra bedroom. Large utility Female Help Wanted lowlnt' MId.penon firm wbnee "..ioIa"d PAPa 0' CI... Air Aneorlafa 45pi that said. Porch, attached carport Oil Completely FurnishaclhI.t'
fine to eompoMd of tha following' per.eona
room, screened porch, carPort of realdenea la aa followaiRfrhard .. .. Realtor' Good Financing
0. Slot..'. Lakaehora) Clrela.Venice who "'" and placei of .Ido.oo.ro H. N. Wlfnmers' -
etc. Corner lot. Only WO I.\S followInir.
U2.500. 380 Hillview Rd., Phone With own transportation. To FloridaOwnership cf Venlaa, Travel Bureau .Fla.Ow.o.hip v.. Bourtet ISO Gle* Oak ltdVenire ., REAl. ESTATE AND INSURANCE 105 East UNFURNISHED Aurora KERMIT L.
Rlehar 0. Stelner, 100 $17,50000
4882884 come In 5 or 8 evenIngs a week. la aa followat .e rAnn Alp Ae.v.atea!
dinner for family of "*lt"i"my 'Intention to apply to th.Clerk 10 ia 'oil....' Goorv. V. Bouriet, lOOfIntralloit Agent 'for Waiters Union Telegraph H. N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR
Prepare I' I. '" to apply to the
NOKOMIS BEACH Area. Air. two On Casey Key. Please ..'.. of the Circuit MorMa' Court to mlaUr,in and thaead for tinTs o(we th. Clrrult. Court I. and for Monday thru Friday 9 to 51; Saturday to I
2 .to County
conditioned. Custom built Florida. to rwleur' th.
Saraaotm County
and compensation .if Venice Travel Bureau so- REALTOR l
bedroom channel give references nama said san,. Clean' Air" Auoclatea' jnderth. CLOSED SUNDAYS
house on G J. Box den tha provlalona of Florida 801 Lagun Drive
desired With provlilon. of Chapter 10915, IA 221 W. Miami Av*.

Large Florida room large 14500.utility 748, Venice. 'owius... mr hand, thIS Ird ltot'1 of wtte Florida_' .,my Art.hand of 1041 this Suds day 0'I" HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 488.5308 4884621ITS
carport. .
room .
J. > ..
JCHAR ? !gTitrNEp! 1064
Channel Lane. Owner Phone WANED WOMAN for house Travel UureanPublUbl moPG'm V. ROtIRiOETPohtt.h.dS ...
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(,Iuh after II R m. Member Chamber of Commarew: C.B. 2 bedroom 3 bath > Living Room with Fireplace ON EACH SIDE READY FOR BUILDING

INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Dining Room Florida Room large kitchen screened 29% DOWN BAL. REASONABLE
Malo Helo Wanted DOMESTIC porch Central Oil Heat garage end Utility Room. On

receive Heating and Air Conditioning) 120 x 230' Gulf lot with Seawall.

SMALL ADS? FORMER fou (4)) days MARINES.pay each month Heating & Air Conditioning Installations Terms .vailabU. PRICED AT ONLY $26,50O. GULF REALTY

WELL for one week-end toward drill retirement Reju i Gas Ranges Water Heaters FRANK C. RAEBURN 216S.TamiamiTr. WM. P. TOOL P a Boc

lar credits added earning power I Free Estimates REALTOR Phone 488-6738 REG. BROKER 935

YOU ARE! of plus California two the weeks in August summer Call camp 838-m I 263 No So Job Trail Too, Venice Big or-Too Ph.Small 4882271 l l 2SI' W. V.nic. Ave. Phone 488.1600 488.2649 Bruce F. Thompson J. P. Sw.. Rena Cobb, AssocIates

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Atw News Of Men

I i In The Services

jFi Military newt this week

brings word of area service
men on duty both in the East
and West
7 Marine Pvt. I.e. Raymond
J, Bradshaw, son of Mr. and
A Mrs John C. Bradshaw of ,
South Creek, is stationed on
Okinawa with the First Battalion -
Third Regiment, Third
Marine Division, the sea assault
t h 7 arm of the Seventh Fleetin ) r

the Far East '
., He recentlY' completed a P
five-ay training march of 116
I e ''qP miles in northern Okinawa and .
1: more recently served as a
member of the honor guard for
Lt Gen Mortya Wada of the
Japanese Self Defense Force
I who made a routine visit to the
P ;+ t' division.

Frank CovlII ITI
Also in the Far East was
Frank J. Covill III, son of Mr
I and Mrs Frank J, Covill Jr
of 101 W. Alba St., who has

I .... returned to duties with the w.
InonJlle Dhnto' br DuYI ) Seventh Fleet aboard the Navy

IT'S A GOOD FEELING> to come home from a atate conven won second place for Its scrapbook, designed by Sharon and attack aircraft carrier USS
tion with an asseiully IIW ,rd and nn appointment of one of put together by Jame, Sharon and several" other members. Bon Homme Richard after a
Sharon returned night The three above were tour: of duty with the "ConcordSquadron" I
the local girls to a "dtO+ office Rainbow Girls Misses The girls Thursday
their second place winning in the Indian _._ .
Morton, Norma Owen and Jim, Bruin agree Norma was photographed Friday, re-examining Ocean. -- :.:;)
named to the grind committee for 1964-65 at the Grand Assembly entry (Story on page 5)) I |Gondoll r Hhoto br Su> D'100.
in Jacks( n\'ille June 21.24 and Venice Assembly 57 The squadron was on a com" NEW VENICE LIONS CLUB president Ken Melvin H. Meyer, second vice-president;
lnation operational and goodwill Breeding, right, accepts the gavel from outgoing Guy Penner, third vice-president; Al Minger
cruise. It was made up of president Bill Stulgis and congratulations secretary' (re-elected); L. M Proffit, treaS:
'/ I : '' the Bon Homme Richard and from Bob Coates, deputy district governor urer, Runs Williams, tail twister; and Hugh
Trailer Acres Recreation Center her supoortint ships. While In during the installation banquet Thursday Mills, lion tamer. The directors installed include
the Indian Ocean area, the night at Fisherman's Wharf. Coates, a Dr R C Duke and Dr T. S. Thompson
crew members visited ports In Bradenton resident, conducted the ceremonies two years; and Dr L. F Ferguson and
Kenya, Madagascar and the Other new officers for 1964-65 are: Hoke Bowden, one.year.
port of Aden Charles Wynne, first vice-president: the Rev
Scheduled For Jan. 1 Opening Recently Airman arrived Jerry in Deen Germany

Is Airman 2.c. Jerry D. Dee"i.,

i Logan and CUTIJI General been awarded the contract to lion center on U. S. 41 eleven announced by new owners Boris son, of Mr and Mrs. H. E Venice Shopping Center Defeats
I Been of West Laurel Road, Nokomis
Contract of Sarasota, have build the Trailer Acres recrea-|miles south of Venice, It was I Kaye and A E Blackburnof He will be stationed-
with the USAFE at Ramsteln
I Groundbreaking on the two- Air Base in
: level 9,000 square foot building : Airman Deen Germany, a missile Sarasota Federal By 6-5 ScoreVenice
I aa wat will be early in July for a ;. guidance mechanic, previous
Jan I opening. Overlooking the was stationed at Langley AFB,

Myakka River mobilchome I. Va. His new unit supports the Shopping Center rallied eral hurler, then plated Smith Then came the "big" sixth
community's boat basin, the,I USAFE mission of providing\ for three runs in the bottom and Powell with a single Rob- for Shopping Center Center
?' rec center will include an observatory th. major air contribution for of the sixth Inning Thursday ert Drawdy ended the inning fielder Pat McDonald ground
card rooms, hobby defense of the NATO countries night to edge Sarasota by fanning ed out to open the frame. Left
room, kitchen, auditorium, pa. He entered' the Air Force In
Gulf Little( fielder Jud Curwood followed
tio and shuffleboard courts. June 1962' Federal, 6-5, in the In the third frame, Sarasota
League senior division game Federal made it 4-0 by adding with a double, second baseman
Highlight of the project is its Private Vfm Mitrhtm
Dudley Frady was hit by a
l at Municipal Field a pair of tallies on a walk to
hugo sundial flagpole in the Army Pvt. William R Mlt.rh.m -
pitch Kirk Tischler walked
The win upped Shopping Center Smith, Powell's single andJarvis'
sen "r of the waterfront patio. i son of Mr. and MM and first baseman Barry
to a 5-5 mark for the second second one-bagger of
The rec center location will William L. Mitohem of 308 W
Young singled to score Cur-
1 tie half and the loss dropped the
Venice' has game
enable boat owners in the big Ave, completl'dellht
); Sarasota Federal to similar 4-1 In The Fourth wood and Frady.
ubdu' on to attend community -: week of advanced h-
111R al ac:iv,'ics by water. Pantry training' with\ light record. The Shoppers scored once in Johnson walked to load the
The attr,c-tlve reinforced con- weanons under the Reserve Sarasota Federal got off to the fourth on single by right bases and a free pass to Jones
I :n.:' and glass building will Enlistment Program at Fort a fast start by scoring a pair fielder Ron Jones after John. forced Tischler home with
be he iy, landscaped and will P/' k, La. of runs in the opening frame son was safe on a fielder's what proved to be the winning
i nave wnlfr Jya around the boat He received Instruction In off VSC pitcher Ron Johnson choice Two more runs In the run.
I basin. Parking for :200! cars will the use of the i.utomMIr rifle Center fielder Chas Smith fifth narrowed it to 43. A walkto Johnson struck out 10, walker
be prwded Work under contract light ma"hlnequn and the 3,S walked after lead-off batter third baseman Kirk TUchler four and gave up four hits
Is the first phase in an rocket launcher David Erb had struck out. Left and a double by James Kula- In posting the victory. Hia opponent
ov''i re rtation center which fielder Charlie Powell then was kowskl set the stage for John
I The tribe Africa son's single that scored them Jarvis, fanned four
w .1 ant ude a swimming pool hit by a pitched ball to put
i iI and manna and other outdoor regards every cow as a sister I Ito two men on. They both advanc both and' gave up six walks He was
for five hits
reen. sonal facilities the family. A poem says: I'dhen first baseman Bob Jarvis led off with his third touched axe
Si! "inr 'usly with the con- "0 cow thou spares me the Austin was out from pitcherto single of the game In the sixth < 'rue' ,an of the rec center shame and weariness of the first and scored on an error to up V.'sO., .eh.a Center sea m.John.m.a c.die n
Jan and D. A..I1I1.
Wynn V ..rrcn, Inc of Venice hoe." Danny Jarvis, Sarasota Fed. the score to 9-3. '_,w...... __
is c"mplc" ling the paving of
a one-h,)If mile of streets In unit

IooJRECREATION: C::-NTER: This M the recreation built by Logan & Currin, Sarasota contractors 3 and McPherson Co is Pipeline Construction
I t c... :,:" at T r Arc< ; on the M: .t. er and! water lines in the same sew
I t ka River e I't r ...h If V>n:-3 to be unit FIVE WAYS TO GET

Fair Admission I Demo Caucus Set For Oct. 1-3 3 I 1 for an "" I

i enjoyableday tOlf; I
TAMPA (FNS) The 1964 little cabinet and state supreme
: : :! '] Fee Challenged Democratic Caucus of the Flor court justices of I
ida House of Rppresenttaivei Chairman of the caucus will i
will be held Tampa October be Tampa Sam Buck- TRY
.' I in attorney
: Florida Citrus Commission has 1 1.3, it has bern announced by lew Serving as cochairmanwill SARASOTAGOLF

(:1 taken exception to a proposal House Speaker Mallory E. be Louis Swed and Jack CLUB
Horne. Headquarters will be Pceples
by the Florida World Fair
.''I Authority that an admission the Hotel Tampa Terrace and Top order of business duringthe :I y. GREEN S3.00 :
t :,''I fee be charged to the state's the Sheraton Tampa Motor Inn meeting will be the selection FEES _
i pavilion at the New York Also invited to attend the of the House Speaker for I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. I ( LOVE EVERY MINUTE OF IT!)
I '. i a I World's Fair. meeting are members of the the 1963 session of the Legislature I South of Sarasota I
j The authority proposal was Florida Senate the Coneressional -
I : 1\ }", protested in a telegram from delegation, Democratic CHEVROLET BISCAYNE va 6.passenger station wagon
''t 1'/'/ I the commission to Gov. Farris Gubernatorial Nominee Haydon Ermine White Interior Power Glide. Power Steer.
'1 il } Bryant and to members of the I Burns, Gov Farris Bryant 1 Jef.Smooth CHEVROLET I Aqua
I' Florida World's Fair Author. members of the cabinet and ing" Power Rear Window WSW Tires. $AVE HUNDREDS$
l I l' ity.
I ,
''r f :\' Commission General Manager Tampa JacksonvilleFairs Ir CHEVELLE MALIBU 6 cylinder Sport Coupe. Daytona

J I \. ; ;1' ,,: f 'h. authority Homer indicated E Hooks an said admission the I Still) Barred 2 ALL.NEW CHEVELLEI! I Blue Matching Interior Power Glide Transmission WSW

I i fee of 25 cents would be Tires Radio Tinted Windshield. $AVE HUNDREDS

i : r j charged for entrance to the GAINESVILLE (Fi I I 1., j I. ti! i l' t exhibit I 1 building. Authority State Department of Agrlcultore' CORVAIR MONZA Coupe, Ermine White Red Interior
'ti President Comer J Kimball
1 I' 'I :, had pointed out that the de- Committee, Fair and has Livestock again refusedto Show AIRCONDI 3 SPORTY CORVAIR I .Speed Transmission. I 110 H.P. WSW Tires PB. Radio

l : clslon to charge admission was reinstate the Florida State Tinted Windshield. $AVE HUNDRED$
I' : preached after analysis of the Fair at Tampa and the Greater
t ,r t experience of the Hawaiian
r Jacksonville Agriculturaland CHEVY II NOVA Sport Coupe. 6 cylinder. power Glide
t : I I exhibit in the same area Industrial Show for the
; \ / ."' where an admission charge 19B465 season. 5 SPUNKY CHEVY II I WSW Tires Tinted Windshield Padded Instrument Panel
I has had no apparent adverse
The two fairs
i along with
I : I (t. i I effect on traffic. others at Ft Myers Sanford Wheel covers. $AVE HUNDRED$ _
!\ "It is hard for us to understand and Largo, were placed on .
I i, how attendance can be "probation" earlier for alleged EL CAMINO Custom V8 Power Glide Power Brakes
I l 1 i increased by charging sdmls1.1 violations of the state ant!. Instrument
Power Windshield Padded
s d If J'* : sion when it was previously ambling! code. 4 I EL CAMINO I Steering
I;i, ; free," Hooks said. Florida State Fair Manager Panel Wheel covers. $AVE HUNDRED$ _

I I ( M E. Twedell made an impassioned

1.1 i;, ,.. A" :'f' Hotel Eatery the cloud plea over"for both removalof the fair .r

I :.' ', ; s Licenses GainTALLAHASSEE exposition.and directors"But of it was the winter to no ;. your whole house WE'VE GOT 'EM BY THE NUMBERS DURING OUR

I ., ::1 J;'f')' .i'/I'/ (FNS) avail
I i ;:i'nd' to Hotel and Restaurant Commissioner Apnroved for a permit was
I\ I I' I'i 1 I 1 Robert Riedel has reported the Highlands County Fair In with -- SUMMER
i, i;1; ,( ;{ it;; t,.. 1,025 operating licenses Sobrlng! But the fair will be
1 : l;' : !..4' I Issued to new facilities during Asked to exercise closer con
: 0 "' May by the state agency trol over the operations of concessions
'I, twl i Riedel said 489 of the It- for less than the
t :I Id ', censes went to the public lodging
.1"1't; I' i establishments and 536 to Venezuela sits atop more I SELLDOWNSHOP

j I I. rl ; ; ''I I food service operations He than 6 per cent of the world's cost of room units
1 p : said that as of lat Jan 1. known petroleum reserves.
00 475 licenses in
: there were
The South American' republic'
j effect in FloridaSelective TODAY! RIGHT NOW DELIVERY ON MOST COLORS!
':\ ::1 Is third only to the United MODELS MOST

f'k'l' i"j Service States and the Soviet UnIon In I AIRITE ENGINEERING INC.

t ; production.

;','> I 0 Sets New Hours Air
Heating Conditioning
; \\1. ;f 1, The Sarasota County Sclec.
I I r !I tlve Service' Board has announced St' SCRIRING TO AND Sales Service a Engineering
: that un'il further
'; ;\, notice its office hours win bet READING THE 500 Base Ave. Venice Ph 483-2371 U.S. 41 and Englewood Rd. Venice Phone 488-30&7

: *I from 10 am to 3 p.m., Won VENICE GONDOLIER
t through Frldall.I' .
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