Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: July 2, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00212
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I t Widespread search was wider
u ; way along the west coast
yesterday for a wifekillerwho
t. M y a Fir. escaped from a Charlotte
County work gang and apparently
I stole an automobile la P
,Venice after abandoning another -
car stolen In Fort Myers
Object of the search WM
Ronald Lee Godwin, 30. of San
:asota, who was serving a life
term for killing his wife and
I critically wounding her companion 1
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PAMELA LEI!: SAIL JANE PKOCTOE STEV1E SPA.VLDJ.NQ RUTH ANN UEBAKTH DIANE LENUART GEORGIA WILLIAMSON FRAN WEBINGAI Christmas morning, 1962.
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Callahan, 38, was arrested In a l

ILQt8ji k .ro .eaut Paaednt-- :Fourth' Feature four swamp hours south after of Punta he and Gorda Cod- '

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I I 1'Inat'plalla for the gala tacular this year. pork dinners; will begin pmpt.; t1 to'"one'flollar.' The o'd bleachers.,The square. dandnj night ever, 31 other contenders Tuesday night at Teen Haven stolen The missing from behind Venice the car Venice was

fourth of July program Satur- .I Other highlights of the all- 1 : and continue car will be decorated with the will be followed by: a round to make one of her first youth center with further rehearsals Medical Center It belonged to '
lar at the high school athletic day program beginning at throughout the day Head chef hammer and sickle emblemand dance demonstration by The official public appearances scheduled tonight Graeme Gorrie of Sarasota
I!eld were announced this week noon will be an fashioned for the old-fashioned "crack. the public'will be invitedto Gondoliers '0( Venice Round here Thursday and Friday. Coach- who is employed at the media
ly lilt sponsoring Venice Jay- "cracker" pig barbecue, a er" pork barbecue will be GH. "take a bash at commun Dance Club. A reception for the newly Ing the onstage appearance of cal center ,;h, ,
eel. "car smash" a boat show, (Serge) Williamson. ism" with a sledgehammer Old and tattered Americanflags crowned Miss Venice wilt be the girls will be Miss White Comic found his ear <-* a *."' jr:
[ Climaxing the day's events auto show, firefighting demonstration 'Car Smash Profits from the ear smash will be ceremoniously; held at Cyro's Venetian Moon Pageant director will be Miss white 1961 Valiant with Florf- !
-"I be the 1964 version of the Little League baseball For the "car smash,'* a will be donated to a worthy burned by members of No-Ve lowing the coronation Special ,Anne Keyser. day tag 16-2268 missing
.-a Venice Beauty Pageant game, square dance exhibition used automobile donated by: cause, it was stated. American Legion Post at 7 guests at the reception will The rehearsals will be closed around 6:45: p.m. Monday, The
|n4 the traditional fireworks and a flag-burning Bond's Garrge will be on hand The boat ahow will be sponsored p.m. Honor guard for the ceremony be Miss White the present to the public! with only contestants car stolen In Fort Myers was
splay which the Jaycees hanfIIIIIiIed ceremony for the public to vent its feelings by area boat dealers who will be the American Miss Venice, and the new Miss pageant officials and I found abandoned nearby. '
will be extra-spec- Serving of the barbecued at prices ranging from 25 will display their latest modelsat Legion color guard. Florida along with the contest members of the press admitted Godwin and Callahan con
";* :* *1 the west end Of the athletic Seven Venice area beauties Judges and Jaycees pageant victed on a bad check charge,
field. will vie for the new Miss\ Ven- official.. Judging of the Miss Venice were serving their sentences at
Similarly! area automobile Ice''' title 'during the "beauty First rehearsals for the Miss contest will be under the Miss the Pine Island Prison Camp
Symbols Of Liberty SparkJavcee's dealers will display 1964 model pageant scheduled to begin at Venice contestants were held (Continued on Page 2) in Charlotte County,
sports cars and convertible., 7:30: p.m. directly in front of -
also at the west end of the the stadium bleachers.

field. Contenders for the crown The Three R's Of J
The Venice Fire Department currently held by Lois Ann
4th Fireworks will stage a demonstration of White are Georgia Williamson, .
; various! firefighting techniqueat Ruth Ann Zlebarth, Pam Lee, Educationj"I." .1
I 2 p.m. just north of the athletic Stevie Spauldlng, Diane Len- '

A fireworks dlsplsy of the die of the liberty,bell top of a pole and soars Into field fence. Latest equipment hart, Frances Webinga and Explained By I
.0rty Bell, the symbol of Upon Uniting, the numeral] the air to 500 feet, leaving a will be shown and its use Sally Jane Proctor. Contest ,
demonstrated in
American Freedom,:will highl will appear in deep ,red and trail of gorgeous,, colors. The actual- firefighting entries closed. last Saturday ,
''lent the 4th of July Jayceeireworks approximately 30 seconds later whir bang will be a huge golden night I (This Is the first In a serieson At times we merely give lip formal school Is worthwhile be. ;
demonstration at will make a complete color spray followed by showers A championship-calibre Little ; Judges for the Miss Venice your public schools by service to our philosophy in fore he can be easily motivated ,
:S High School Athletic change to blue, At about the of tire and a loud report. The League baseball game will contest will be Miss Nancy Principal John E. Davis of that We are unable to motivatethe He must have learned this
some time this change takes water curtain Is somewhat likea commence ta a'p.m. betweenthe Purvis of Bradenton 1959 Miss Venice High School. The student, we do not actually from the parents since It la the
Tnli historical 'reproduction place the special Roman waterfall and forms a silver Kiwanls team Senior, DI- Florida titleholder, and Mr, GONDOLIER recommends start him out where we find ,exception for a boy to com 'I"; 7 ,I
*Ill lit outlined In shower. The twirling wonder vision champions and a team and Mrs David WhUldln of I
red white
Candle arrangement automatically this series to yon ss a vehicle him nor do we have that typeof plete his high school if his, pan \
f nd blue, To highlight this de ignites the background, gives forth a wonderful displayof composed of .First National Bradenton, Mr.. Whilldin isexecutive' for helping you understand information which he may enta don't care and keep tell. 1
ice, the\ :Jaycees are !includl creating a brilliant curtain of color, first sending' out, golden Bank, Sarasota Federal p1ity., director of the'Miss the manifold questions need to meet his future plans log him he is :wasting his time ,
n Venice
a special of national ,, twinkling stars, ,then Shopping Center : Florida Pageant
arrangement our colors, shooting confronting your schools and A youngster must feel that (Continued on Fate I) !
wmas Candles to' provide a skyward changing to a massive ring'of era A highlight of the Miss VenIce the teachers to whom yon -- -
|ckround of shooting balls Some of" the most Interesting sparkling alumminum. The Dance Exhibition Pageant will be the appearance trust your chlldrens' education
f bored II...... The numerals ground displays are the,wheel prison wheel is an ,exciting The Buttons and Bows, a of the newly crowned ,)
'IT/I"/ will appear In the mid- in ',sky which 'revolves at the I creation .of seven, colors South County squire dance Miss Florida. Pageant chair- Monsters Of Deep
X( ,* i' .* '. '* changes.The !roup[ will demonstrate pre.cialon man Bob Knuckles said arrangements By JOHN E. DAVIS, Principal, ,
largest section of the : square dance movements have been made Venice Hlfrti School. ILl
aerial display '11'11be 44 nine- at 8:30 p.m. on a stage which :for Priscllli Schnarr. Miss SCHOOL PLANNINGTo
vnglewdod's/ Event Inch ,star shells with red, will be constructed for the Miss Hollywood, who won the MissFlorida , try to wrix about your
white, blue, emerald, silver Venice pageant in front of theBells 4 title Mast Saturday public school system is at besta Do Battle In Gulf
and gold colors.. This will'be h} hF pretty difficult assignment<
followed by''' 21' 12-Inch: star If you desire it from the
shells, comet; flltten magnesium I viewpoint of an Irate parent A terrific two-hour life-and- shore and continued for the S
follows: TraditionVtarth silver, gold, yellow 1 and Ring For FreedomThe'ringing you certainly would not have death struggle between' two better part of two hours or
blue. Then.,, 16 9-inch multiple the same viewpoint as at teacher titans of 'the deep awed bather more. Eroding said it was first k
type two and three break of an hens lathe pendant.aator); aad ? and a teacher might not and spectators Sunday at thought the fight was between a
>tNGLEWooD-. lar''kindergarten. Here, how.i( i thunder and color, serpents' city of Venice on the "WHEREAS, it Is.fitting see It at ,all as does the prin the Venice public beach. a shark and a manta. ray, +i
f luly will be celebrated Ibr* ever, tt Is not financed by !h* and color, thunder and salutes, I 188th anniversary Saturday that the anniversary: of this cipal. One report said the Ught-to-I but that a Civil Air Patrol observer
.Itb'Vt"diaool barbecue M school bit by the paents'of colors and cartwheels Then U ,ef the Declaration of Independence great' event should, ke appropriately Now as the principal I would the-finish was between a monster plane later reported the t'
hen, Eeelewead" lrlseaNSalaty fee" ,; Children from J.1nob. nouncemeltt't shells. has bees reed by observed at the like to talk with you about shark and a giant manta two adversaries were both ,
youngsters
:"hnoIjot the besIdt' eftlie, both sides! of the ,county' line Last ate. shells, :Mayor Smyth D., Brohard.A same moment. throughout. your school and lean assure ray Another report denied giant manta rays.
blue flitter, color and plunder the United States .- you :I am going to do my best of of t
munlty'a resolution signed by that one the adversarieswas He said the wingspread,
un,419oneoring, kka4.rgaytelu ,pea attend the,salary of-a teacher'insisovbded fend silver and willow' (I Mayor Brohard asks that all "NOW THEREFORE BE to be both honest end frank.School's a shark and said the battled the two giant rays was estimated '

the annual! event other expenses l are A.special 'muKfortak aerial 'elute organisations, churches IT RESOLVED that la ae- philosophyOur Venice was between two manta at 15 to 20 feet Bredlng b
be the nca.j Pre. free-, the tuittou paid by par- display will be Included In the and tltisens ef Venice,I cord with the Senate Rees; philosophy take at rays. said he and other spectators ,
Is each
to
chOOf Vent These are six special Join ta the nation-wide observance hitloa passed Congress In High young per.son watched the two
1'1II"lIt..o,,* AMa., anti plus several fund raising br he into the tenth Donald Eroding, operator of monsters battle d
A barb.C'Ie! " of prsienM# of which the July 4 hells "eentafelng flying cartwheels of Independence Jane 1863 and la accord with as comes the beach concession stand at for at least two hours dur-
III!, J. a tradiUon. 1.- I barbecue le one F thunder;, and, color, Day by ringing aU bens I.I ta Governor Farris Bryant's grade, attempt to measure his Ms the public beach said the fight log which time the action mow
any ,ell'l. t ,...., alms I Barbecued. chicken; will e musical chasers,, artillery, and I the city for a two to four- "Let Freedom Ring" proclamation . nest ability achievements! for achievement, potential began about 11:30: a,m. 'Just offshore ad north toward the Jetties and
'eel strongly: ....... ,,M the mala course'at the leitw- heavy i whites,' spiders-eft and minute period kejrlnnlng at the cW organisations. and from this information to be when a terrific splashing eventually into deeper; water.
mmunity/ wfctehwul, at comet. 't p.m Saturday. The resobitten the t eharohss, and
eras .1. day event btgto guided In what give him attracted the attention ,of Bredlng said the thrashingin
1 OI18oted> bv en' .. noon and continue w... epm, Hotter special will be' aground readu"WHEREAS the eltlicns ef"Venice are aH, what expect w. from him betwen.Breding. the water,'wttn an occasional .,
eedint! fuMe',r.for a cesenunt7ProIect Hot dogs, and celd, drinks. alp display,of the, Ameri : the toning hereby urged to arttotpate W. ,want we him to begin to said the water was glimpse of the two sea soon:
.' will bo available.A :' can Flag-Stare nod ,gtripes of
i * holiday fashion show for the worn. Forever., ina.aee Ban Philadelphia; ef the' ariver..M'v of whom remained the beachto
on ,
nthen'beenaepeth., ehfl*. :, .... 'kt ta. the, sN ladenendene ., at college. obligation
neor.t' by on and donkey$dO for I 'There are other" fireworks I e'etoek ear : DeeUraMen ef to Uncle his excursionnto watch the spectacle of two' WEATUFfHigh!
or
unto org> lIl!>!.tiJl\II. the Lions ran win ,be special. features ;dlsnlay: surprises. too. tenors' af,." etk, "r.1I Fill kf rt.fw ." the Sam world. 31sdans lea monsters battling it out.
'Ub' 8 M iho Kn*>wood Vol this ;year Other entertainment i The flreworfcs display will be ,' 177, neelnhaed ,the heHs ta the Sly tt Venice would worFsday Low Bain "
have beer.lug Two-Hoar
Battle
.wri-lr. Department" For alsa J Is / ll1M4M1. ,Babysitting under the technical 'direction. ,atfStag ef ake Deetarsfte of IW i two Ie hilt tsdwteed some be- The June 24 ,00'' 6N', ,
on the work he would beach eoncesalonnalre
''Past 1 three yttara It bee service ,wilt tIe provided.Of ,of jqrrologist' Jack'WUkecson.flflroCK IMeneaitaMet' sad hethrtarr s., June 110.1
the Project ttfth* kinder- J, l "WnUMBAS. : tile ......,. ..... 'pre the aft**.e.a of exfreeted to de at settee. ..,_ said the struggle I took plane Jnoe.2*, 11II) 'II mJVM
"lung' PRII.J'OUJ\1'B( .vltLYooacte.k I ' tTP o* 'yoer favorite .ef Ms.. Msleffemarked deedee Mick' Jtoly ; BORDEN'S ;"Asserted Ic* between J90 and 490 yaixia off- ft m .' M
ta"ltwQO ...tv in .1OUt .... Cb Venice Sh ppta Center 'Her- the Rialto Shopping 'eouatry .1 a free and Me :'Mayer: ::" a| Publix! ,ta Venice 8hoinge I MO .... AYe. ,''forifIk "I tt RB,
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Is Open To Area Players

1 Being ProbedVenice To New Job In Los AngelesKenneth '

; "Fun Night" Is on the schedule open the game to area player Warren Toss, hot..
t j+ of the Venice Contract who have not played duplicateor police reported they 'I' Donahue directorof Los Angeles County Museumof Mrs David to

1 Bridge Club Friday with all have done so Infrequently hid definite clues yesterday In the state-owned Rlngllni Art, effective in September view Drive 11,4
bridge players in the area invited so they might familiarize Museums in resigned Saturday from 1
two cases of weekend vandallim. Sarasota He will go to a new museum back ,
to the weekly duplicate themselves with I duplicate his position Tuesday to accept complex budgeted over ten MYF Camp at ,
game. play. Those who at one time a post is deputy director of the and a half million'dollars, and one week. Mr. fiDe. 1 1I
Dr. Robert F. Wilcox will direct played regularly with the In one Instance four young scheduled to be completed next and children, iI I
and play will start but have since droppedout of and Kathy, I
group men were suspected robbing April. J: :
promptly at 4:30: p.m at Venice will be most welcome he Mrs.\ Hamilton ren to camp and
a tea turtle neat on Casperaen Donahue joined the RinglingMuseums. ,. I

I There Civic will Center be no fractional said Prizes will be awarded. Beach and riding through town Taken 111 On ., staff as curator in In to mand Tomoka Beach, : t J Jr
1953 and made director .
I master point awards since under r Sunday night tossing the turtle was Museums' trip for a few
second in the
rules covering bridge clubs eggs at three establishments European TourMrs. 1957 the history. During his last Thursday.

franchised by the American Thompson Grandson and police headquarter director he having a
term as Ringing ,
Contract Bridge League no Carl Hamilton of SU -.
point awards may be made at Attends Institute Names of the four were not See Maree Drive Is In Sara- expanded activities in from winter a fewmonth' Mr. and : : .t i
games played during sectional made public police Chief John seta Memorial H e s p 11 a I program the of 1033 '
"Florida of Titus.vile Shockey aid one of them was season to a year round schedule
tournaments The Jonathan Desson where her condition was reported been .
Fourth of July" sectional tournament grandson of Dr. and MrsEdgar due to enter the armed services yesterday as fairly of loan exhibitions, films, guests, Mr. Pub.
Is being held in Tampa S. Thompson of 333 Sor yesterday and that he apparently good. concert, lectures symposia, Snow from :
and children's art classes.He Sat
'July 1 through B. rento St., attended the sixth was having a last She entered the hospital M here Mr. and
Club President R. V. Hand. annual Junior Engineers and ling before his departure Monday. Mrs. Hamilton 'became Inaugurated an annual Mr. and Mrs ,
ley said members had voted to I Scientists Summer Institute at Shockey said this suspect apparently > III near the end of a opera season and summer festival fishing wai
Clemson College June 720. was trying to get even several months European- of Baroque and Restoration pon and well Mrs
Mesdames Wrigley The institute is an exploration with police for two previous African trip. She docked la. plays 'In the Asolo Theater results are of
and orientation programin pickups. New York June tfi and returned The director also initiated
only lost
Tilt Will Host ''historical research library one
science and engineeringareas Besides police headquarters, to Venice last Wed en art es. Mr. Snow
Luncheon and attendants at the 13- Dead.,. and collections of drawings
Bridge other tarkets of the egg-throw. catch of tarpon
day meet are drawn from outstanding tog were the Farley and Raw She Is under the care el and small sculpture. Pur- ...
Mrs. Russell Tilt and Mrs. tenth eleventh and lea Funeral Homes and the Dr. George Bishopric.. log his tenure, air conditioning !
Mr and .
Roswell will be hostesses and' a new lighting system
Wrigley twelfth grade students, mostly Hazel D. Shop. / .
at Venice Yacht Club'sladlea from the Southeast. were installed In the Museumof ton and sons
bridge luncheon Tuesday Sponsors are Scientists of The four face two sets of THE THREE R's Art and Asolo Theater: to. return to .
noon at the club. Tomorrow, Portland Ore. charges<< for the egg-throwing Prior to coming to Sarasota, Waukegan, 111.
Progressive bridge and foursomes Johathan a Titusville High and for robbing the sea turtle (Continued from Page 1) he was lecturer and curatorial hovseguests of -
will be played. School Junior is the son of Mr. nest which..un'_ carries___on *_ _stiff state assistant for the Frick Collets brother-in-law ,
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Reservations should be made and Mrs. W. P. Deason. She fine.: "Again, It Is the exception Hon In New York. He is a native and Mrs. Max

by calling either hostess not il the 'former Rosemond1AIY7LCMI. Police Sergeant Verlon .Bell unless when a his boy parents goes on expect to college and' oc Louisville Ky. $tune. Drive. the-. f
later than Sunday.
notifiedof and Patrolman George Kinder, urge<< him to attend and are I At little
They should also be
cancellations. who investigated r'pOrtedflndln willing to make any sacrificeso MONSTERSContinued on Caspersen Beach that he may continue his Markle at the i I
the tracks of a jeep apparentlyused education ( from Pats 1) Venice Monday t

Pvt. Gordon Goes IBM' II,. .i4 Mrs. T_,l. (.. X.. by the vandals.' Attitude Influences 1 occasion being
brace! ion. Bmlunta HuoU. Ktllr The other vandalism Involve The attitude of the high shooludent i ithln.l. step. was clearly visible to the ,birthday. Cake
To Fort Riley Kan. .born 1m H. IH: .... to the jet '
., several naked halfway
THORNTON. Mft ."' II... Han A, ed destruction of a peed limit depends on eye were served.
Army Pvt. Oren S. Gordon i 8w K>l" 4>uV Jr., whose parents live at 304 born GRAHAM J'in. II.Mr.11 til and.Mrs.... J<*. R* iT.Latinl takes protecting the parkwayon the general atmosphere of ties.The conflicting report c.mefrom "
Center Road, was assigned to diinhtar, Tn rl. 1)01 1m Onf East Venice Avenue Poke he !home. The things ,placed Mrs George H. Trench' 1 NASA has
Division at bun. ban. Jnno IT Iil4 vm. Chief John Shockey aid first in the home would Dr. Venice.
the let Infantry VAX ME:'' 'EP.: M,. Hid Mm Charts, very .rd, 314 Pirksid ,, more than SO
Fort Riley, Kan. on June 18. VMiln, taiirhtar, not need M rat, those responsible apparentlywere likely be the things that would Mrs. Trenchard said she and the scientists I
Gordon, assigned to Company horn '"no II, .t.. ,..... not the ones Involved in be thought of as acceptable her husband were taking a ever trained ;

A of the division's 701st the other case.YOU youngster. For example if the morning swim along with dome live today
Maintenance Battalion enteredthe family emphasized material friends after having attended ?
Army in January 1964 and wealth this would be usually early Mass at the Catholic
completed basic combat training PICK 'EM Strom urge for the boy.If Church of the Epiphany. The DIN !

at Fort Jackson, S. C. (Continued from Page 1) the, family accepted and time was about t a.m. v ;
The 19-year-old soldier is a ADMISSIONSJunr participated! In social drinking Suddenly Mrs. Trenchard
196 graduate of Venice High 141' Norma J.. SMUrltr Vokamill Florida and Miss America then usually it would certainlybe aid, the heard her husband I I
School. B.br Girl .._Ior. Nokomllt' E.Lurlwltk Pageant rules with the en. thought of of /
acceotable
as warn her to "corns In out / /
a: , V nle. Nilllt Sprlny t "d.Nnkrailn .
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/ Charles 11m....... Vwlai rsnts competing in three citeorles and right! for the youngster there!. Bill I
.ih.nt..n 55 Low Dlan. Ft K.llr Myvrt.Juno Notombt. B.br swim suit evening The parents idea of honesty "He said there was a shark SINGS FRI.

.SEE Roy Killr., : NokemUl I Edward HoDow.ll.Vnlwl .. i gown and talent. would usually carry over to the behind me and to swim and ,
r LMta I* Bum Port, Chu.ttlet Mar.nrM i Winner of the contest will children. The\ church the community swim fast" Mrs. Trepchard I- '
VinlMI
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the new MMtlMk.Raw Cbrtetmui VmlMi r Hush Klnxr, be eligible for the 1065 Miss and the school would related. She added that she
Mile*| Martwtu DownlM. Bon Florida Pageant. I Iso Influence the young per- looked back over her shoulderand

IKUchenAidSuperba G..nd.Jun.Mi ftirnadrtl Pulton, PhrUil. The new Miss Venice also .on', beliefs and ideal but saw nothing, but obeyedher
Dorothy Prutr, Vtnlwi Olltxrt Pled will receive as first prize an gain for the most cart these husband's Instructions.
VariCycie'DISHWASHER lr iota. Uunll".b, Girl Patriel Thornton' Thornton., Sinuotal Sara-r bll-expeae paid trip for two are well formed before r.ach- "When I got to the beach,"
J.e.e U Rhodes, Enilroodl' Allot' to the New York World's Fair Inc the high school age hfrs. Trenchard said, "1 lookid -

101...... IT North i Jnll Port Ann Ckarlotta.Jun 0......... LantlAnthw First runner-up will win a trip At Venice High we try to back and law a big black
t Wo un .. Enflowoodl, for two to Nassau and second each the puoll nlf- llclollnl. dorsal fin sticking out of the
In.I.llrh..l North, V..Port Norman...h....Br..'l clanna w od, >>r.. runner-up. will enjoy a week. and resonnslblllty. We attemot water like a periscope"
DISPLAY'NOW' snub. V.nlat. BoIor Girl Gnh.m. 1.a. end at a Lido Beach hotel in to how them whet we think Is The sight of the fin crulsng -

NI.1 ions nt )/ Gal.,.. Bnrto.: arasota. right. to exo'tln why we think around in the water at lust
malt. Hilda a.vv-G"sot Vonkai Vlr.irlnla An additional prize for the' it right and then let them about the same spot where ale to'I
HondrMn. = Booboo, know tHat we expect them toennond. been
tad swimming only seconds
:mlrwoodFranklin Blatkbum' Jon top winner will be a six-month
A Vanloat William Toe..,, Oipnrl DOB- poise and charm course from before almost made her
nlo Strubla' Vmloa.Jun When student gets out of faint. "It "
I It, Mamlo t Campbell.. *araolai Irs. Myrtle Byron Lelbel. who s really shook me up,
Catharlna. Morton. V..I.., Bthtl: operates the Byron Dance line .we hone tbst th. c'H.ap."rovel he Venice woman reported.
Wilbur, Enilawood William. MeFarli..', Studio. of the neers will bring Mrs. Trenchard said her IMS-
: Valor, Wlltod P. eot.. N..h Port ha In"'vl"uR' heck In '
CAatttot. Robust Cr.lt Port Chartttet. The largest fireworks display line For band then warned the few oth
i I 'anaalmo' Mora. Ena-lawnod. .t LlnfordRokma. ; example. we have had almost en bathers to get out of the
M D., Notomlil. DoroUir Fn.oar seen here in recent years will
net vandalism at Venice High and the Incl
V..lM| Babj Girl Vaa Melon. V.. Immediately follow the crown. water reported
k. end we believe this t.i because dent to Bredin,. It was about
of the Miss Venice
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B18CBARCBIfaaa our students will not tolerate his point that the two levia-
sit Jaime Coad.... V....., Jack Wilkinson local
Rornadlna Tudor, Vanlott Dale Mans, pyro.technic vandalism. we do not, as e hans met and the struggle for
expert, will handle the
EnekweodJose Mi Astir .......... VokomlalPatch technIcal side of the fireworks 1entbody.. boo officials at supremacy began.
Batv Girl Placldat. Mabfl' John thletlc contests and our stu- According to Mri. Trench
ton, Vonloai' Edward Loonard, Vmloa I IPhrllla display. dents pre proud of their sportsman.tilp. .rd, there was no question that
Mann Nokomlai Dorothr Park An admission charge of 2] Again thU' Is onivtossih'e it t
*r, Nokomlai Joanh Phomla' EarwoUl' was anything but a shark
John ..,..... (mplrad..). Warm Mlnoralnrlnni cents will be collected to de- because of the think. She said estimates of Its size:
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Lowla Krai. Vtnloal. EllubathWllconk .
., V..... Tamor Wilson, Vanloa. ) fray expenses.A log of our student leaden and by various persons at the beach
Finatt dlthwathar evtr bola New Kathorlno. tlobarth Vonleo.Jan. .. dance it the Teen Haven our community. It is our beef anged from 12 to 20 feet.
......._, MM Naw king pre thr ......lit....NKHOT Vanlcai Dn.ll rkarlo, VaalfMI. Jlaianon b ttoo, youth center after the fireworks that It is so very Import.ant 'Manta rays don't have dorsal
upKity New double with, triple Vmlo. Norman Man' Pt Mrmi Ak will conclude the Fourthof to attend to live and ins sticking out of the water,"
MM. New lununout look. Wide
chow of ImnhM, : ''l.i: bent smith' ,Pike IInnlta(attvlrH 8prln.).. V..... Leoter July celebration teach the right attitudes he declared.to .
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Minwni Atant DiiMracr June lTo 1'111I1. Punw. Veolat,
end M* 'it now. ins other" ante. anat da StollV. V....., MantmrttaDowning. .
too. Thtn. a paddy KltchanAid" Boa GraniWl RkhaH Flneh
for everMelts' oo.-very or, Nowak IWlawar.1 Bond Holllnca.worth. .
badg.t. -- North Port Cliarlottoi (hormanxiwa.
Fort Mrrrtt Norman. ...,...Ior.
Nokomln Baby Girl tatterlrr. Nokomlai
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reports he has sold out are un a charter by Secretary of L _
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Charles Perrv home on Algiers - ADAMS & HOUSER HARDWARE INC.
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Row from Dayton, Ohio Mr. .t and their two sons Derick i : We give S & H GREEN STAMPSPERMANENT
Rom and Mr. Perry; were coworkers and Carl left this week for the I
at Dayton Power and I summer in Chicago Derick leon I
UM Co for 25 year.. Aflet vacation from Manatee Jun .. +! b fis Barbecue
|Mr Perry s retirement the tor College where he is major.
Baseball
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Venice' East and the ROTS'! summer recent from Venice Fr
hive been visiting them here High School where Is a sopho. Attend the ; Beauty
leach itar At the end of this more Mrs. Volt, although vacationing '
Mr. Ross will retire and from her position as Pageant
ear'hey plan to return to this areato music Instructor in the Englewood 4t th JULYCELEBRATION ti +- FLOWERS & FOLIAGE
retire.On this trio they have school, will still be Of o Fireworks
their two grandchildren along working with her music: this ,
and are having a time showing summer as the Is taking final 1 by
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Timmie and Debbie their fay courses for her Master's Degree -
ante> fishing spots in Music at the .-.,.. ,' NOON
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From the-0-Fourth of July daughter, and of the Tattl Thomas! Ryan F., VENICE HIGH ,41 tii Eiss
weekend on through all of July
Rvans. have a full summer
Wr. and Mrs Sigwald Larsen schedule, even though they are SCHOO.LATHLETIC ?
will be> entertaining member vacation from regular '
01 their family, Arriving on on school The two girls are participating FIELD _
Friday will be Mr, and Mrs In the Children
igwald Larsen Jr, their two Summer Edue-atlonal Program
hlldren Donald and Lora Joan and report they are having I
ind their nephew Jackie Fis grand time. They are taken DON PULLEN'SBARBER Holiday SpecialCOMPLETE
Chen The Junior Larsens are down to Warm Mineral Springsto ,
(From Itasca, 111. and have visIted swim Into Venice at the
their parents here several Mynkka to bowl and up to Terrace Shop PERMANENT WAVE
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ten Mr. Vivian' Cornell end Carolina for a vacation 10% 3
Mrs.Rusnana Fischer. The twofers ,- reside In the Chicago '
Three Venice 'East resident'
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Mrs!\ Fischer car Mrs For. get-to-gethers. The!
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To The Editor: I can not recall starting: a The

NI Saturday Is July: 4th, Independence school day without pledgingmy Shrug Off Frug

Day! allegiance to my flag, singing ,

It is a day set aside to commemorate the anthem and reciting

the declaration ot the Lord's Prayer.I .
tt I. Country's independencefrom know that God has becomean
the English Crown.. It Intruder in the classroombut But The Monkey's; HotterBy

should be, next to the celebration I was not aware that our ,
I of Christ's birth, the National Anthem had become
MEMBER OP Tin ASSOCIATED PRES4 r MEMBER: : OF THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION
most significant day on our obsolete. EUGENE GILBERT
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I 'I'IMoio'" PNOI to _..hi.1.l .lj ..'ltI.. to OM 11* _bU.'... at .11 .... dlipitrhoi. _lied to calendar. It marks our emergence I feel that someone in our president Gilbert Tenth 1 I'I'1T
M..t.d.wb..Ml.d u thli. ,._. ud "IM .tail .... oubllihod how AU rilhH ol ropublloitUw from a colony into a school system should be held ,
of opoBlol dlsp toM of* aha. ....... vast and great nation whose responsible for GROSS NEG- Research Ine.
The ton ud .hoot dv rtbl.r masons 01 tklt tumpoBor k> loprrlghtod. ud ta ropahUettlo, lo oo. Influences are felt throughoutthe LECT.
pm.y l forolddM, onop4 or. wrlttoo pormteloo.Po.blUbod Today's teenage dance step
entire world. Is All education In
It only the the
wild wiggly and short
... proper that this greatness is world Isn't worth a tinker's are ,
Erory Mondw Tknndtj Kroal IH-J4 ft Mlunl' ATOBIMBntond lived.
Ai SoBond Cloo Mtttor At Foil Offleo ..l v..1et. Florid symbolized through our Flag dam if our children aren't Although the Monkey seemsto SrU
and our National Anthem. taught to become American. r
slight edge i in
have
a very
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher I discovered the other day First. over the other
that our anthem Is NOT sungin Love of Country pride In popularity
COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager the local schools I made your nation and allegiance to dances, according to our current -

SAM DILLON .................................. Newt and Newsphoto Editor this discovery through the simple your country's cause are second survey, no one step stands
favorite.Of .
ROGER KURT................................... Mechanical Superintendent expedient of asking my only to love of God. These out as the a clear 1387 boys and girlswe
children if they sang the Star obligations ere symbolized
Spangled Banner at the open through saluting the flag and have questioned, 13 per cent
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5.25 per rear $3.25 per six months $2.75 ing of assembly: held each singing the anthem. say the Monkey is the most

per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out ot county, $623 per year, $425 week You don't have to be able popular dance in their area.

per six months, $3 per three months. The answer was NO! to add two and two to know The Twist, or a variation of

A.......... a.-to.. 1o:1d. Po .....1... C.I.oovIlk "..I A....... HOWIDIOO* Hop- To me this is the most completely that the first lesson should be the Twist is close behind most ZWIBBt. FRIG
_....... N.. York.. )I. Y.I Away Cat Donoll, Xl.... shocking manifestation AMERICANA! popular with 12 per cent of

of disloyalty to God, Countryand the teens.
Self that I can possibly PEGGY BOGERT, Another youthful favorite is E

imagine. Venice. the Dog or Dog Fight, preferred .

Mississippi's TravailA by 10 per cent. Manyof Stop
the other dances are popular
Too Late To ClassifyBy in very limited areas only. wo E

These include the Bird, ShIm-
"massive search It in progress In the for the recurring violence there should' I be RUSSELL KAY my, Frog. Slop, Wiggle Waggle DOG

troubled state of Mississippi for three brought to justice. Wibble Wobble, Scribble \lp/ce/VE9'

mining collegiate civil rights workers. 3ut it seems that this is a job for duly Hortlcultrlsts, particularlythose It soon attained textbook and Big "B."
who have struggled to status and no horticultural library The one thing all these
The trio disappeared while participating constituted law enforcement authorities, developed an attractive gardennear is complete without it. dances have in common is that

including the Federal Bureau of Investigation the set in competitionwith For his work with trees Mr. they all involve shaking as
in the Student Nonviolent
a by
program" Certainly not by the college students salt,.sand and wind will Menninger has received awards much of the body as possible
Coordinating Committee and other be forever grateful to EdwinA. from the American Horticultural not necessarily in time to the

civil rights organizations to carry out now descending upon Mississippi, Mennlnger for his new Council, Fatrchild's music. Many of the dances can

political action, education and cultural who, as far as we have learned, lad the book, "Seaside Plants of the Tropical Gardens, the Botanical be done by one person alone
training for such investigative World." available from Hearthside Garden of Rio de Janeiro. partner would just get in
activities among that state's Negroes. necessary Press. 118 E. 28 St., New The honorary degree of Doctor the

work.What York 18. N. Y. of Science has been conferred way.SHORTLIVED
This "Miuitsipp! Project" has the sanction would be the reaction of New It is an encylclopedla guideto on him by the Florida State The boys and girls are widely bored easily and they need *

of the National Council of Churches York City if a posse of Mississippians planning' planting and maintaining University split over the question of change."

The three young men, including two salt resistant gardens. Following cublicatlon: o f which dance will hit the spot The Wiggle Waggle Wibble
turned there and launched
from New York shortly up their own You will orobably be surpriseto "Flowering Trees of the light next. Five per cent think Wobble is also dying out quickly GOOD BUY
City disappeared search for those responsible for the racial learn that there are over World" renuests began to pourin the Slauson is headed for fame because of the fickle moodsof

after they went to the scene of a violence in that metropolis? 1,500 species of plants trees from all over the globe for while three per cent predict teenagers, says Elwyn Hopkins
and shrubs that can be successfully aid and sugvestlons in growingand for the Beatle. The
church burning near the community of In the light of that likely reaction the popularity 16, ot Atlanta, Ga.
grown in seaside maintaining a garden in only other new dance mention. A more optimistic view is snob MM
Philadelphia, to male an investigation of reaction of Mississippians to the appearance areas of the world. seaside areas where sand and ed by the teens is the Uncle taken by Richard Baxter, 18.

that deplorable incident. of the tight pants bearded mahatmas They Include a wide variety salt and wind are a oroblem. Willie. of Miami Beach. He thinks the 'aa.a>
of grasses, lily-like plants This led to the publication of The trouble with most of the
Admittedly the situation in Twist will last for a couple INSUMNClGOOD
from Manhattan
Mississippiis in their midst is !
shrubs his second book. "Sea sid.
herbs vines !:palms dance steps is that they do not more years because "it is the
an explosive one. and those responsible understandable. and trees. The book also deals Plants of the World." which Is stay popular very long. The favorite of most people, plus

with the problems of rarden- probably the most comolete Monkey, the Twist and the many new dances derive from
ers faced with the problem of and comprehensive work on Frug have been in the lime. It." GUY
developing a garden In mountain the subject ever produced. It light for over a year but most
I Judicial Revolution or desert areas aroundthe represents many months of research of the steps have been popular Although most of the teens
are right In the know about all
worM with special refer. supplemented with for about three to six
ence to New Zealand and Australia. travel and worldwide corres. months. the latest steps, they don't go ,.

i By itself: the Supreme Court's decision into abuses of the new ruling power. It pondence.The The longest-lived dance appears dancing very often Only 16 s

j on legislative apportionment in the statesis has perceptively been said that the new I have enjoyed the privilegeof book Is Illustrated with to be the Twist. Some weekend.per cent Another go dancing 13 per every cent ...... ) I '
numbering Edwin A. Men. 400 chotogranhs: of !:II ants 44 per cent of the teens
a mistake in our judgment. To correctan trend in the Supreme Court is baud onan singer as a "'arm. personal which defy salt sand, cold and it will be popular for predict another go to dances every two weeks

t admitted abuse, which gave rural votes absolutist concept of rule by the friend for many! years. A longtime wind, a highly important work year. Other new dances, and the same number trip the
resident of Florida Men- since it deals with land light fantastic once a month.
than vote the conservation such as the Slauson, which are
more
city court the of
power But
f people. very origin democracy, nInger edited and published the It( describe more on the way up, are expectedto The most popular place to ret AUTO tri ft rat nsinuiiAHugh
has opened up new dangers. It has Imposed its first justification lies not in perfect. Stuart News st the same time than 1,500 species and 874 gen last for between six: months dance Is the school affair.

on the states-which' is itself adanger ing rule/ -whether by czar or mass-but operating a flourishing nun ere. and a ear. Twenty-six per cent of the G. McPherson
-a voting rule for electing legislatures ery business in the same loca "Seaside .plants of theWorld" The boys and girls explain boys and girls do their wiggling
/
by limited
perfecting //Berry. Power is
j tlon. is an indispensable ref that many of the dances last at school dances, while 1712 S. TAMIAMI TRAILOpposif.
that will tend to encourage mere and divided to prevent the amassing of Flowering,, Trees became a erence for the horticulturist only as long as there are new 18 per cent prefer parties.

majority rule and to weaken the complex undue power. The glory of the American hobby with him and his oain-: librarian and conservationist records featuring that partic- Next In popularity are teen Venice Gardens

American system for diffusing and staking; research on the subject anywhere in the world, a practical ular beat centers, which attract 11 percent
is the P
power system not provision for government coupled with personal experience and authentic guide for The Frog appears destined of the dancing youngsters. 'I'OU!

for protecting minorities. by the people, Important as that caused him to write his gardeners living in seaside, for a short run according to Eleven per cent of the teenagers STATE FARM

This is serious enough. It has been is, but in the intricate and wonderful first book. "Flowering Trees of desert or mountain areas allover Linda Woodland, 17, of Arling aren't too particular; Homi OHtcoo lr uronc4jC,Btomincton<>iiipojii| 4i '
,ffllnolt
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called a judicial revolution in the United mesh of protections for majority and the World" published in 1961. the globe. ton, Va, "because teens get they'll dance anywhere."
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States. minority alike, for the segmentsand
many

But in the "larger context this is part political units in this diverse society Game, Fish Budget 0 0 Venice Area Church Directory I I11'I'

of a broad and equally perilous trend and in the painstaking adjustment between .

established by the present-day membership the needs of them all. Increase Okayed OHAT .
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AN ENEMY MAY CHOOSE !/ NATHANTK/S: rPISOOrAL TRDOTt METHODIST CHURCH
of the court. It moves toward the The greatest problems on the American TO USE AN ATTACK PATTERN THAT .*''> '' J (Old QUO CHURCH Siloi Orriot "' .'" Lent
TALLAHASSE A total WOULD NOT PCSTBOy THE CITIES0urfu Monk Port Chirlotol.
assertion of national to Turn was ml Llchthouo
power sweepaway scene today are not those of the mass. anticipated budget of expendi- ntts cfM/ti/ews Km Polor G. 101...... v...... Wonhlo Sonlcot Suodin. .i4S Mfc

obstacles to what might be called The mass is doing respectably well. The tures of $3.213,817 for the fiscal OFPCOPtl WITH !> ,'"*! Help smd.r eo..n.6nle...hs 10.wad...5M. sandy. OHWil W8C8i Road rirot Mondir fiooood, TiKodw.SM om.I p.-

popular rule in the nation as a whole.It need is for safeguarding and year 1964-63 was approved by RADIOACTIVE ;. \l.v . .

r1' Is important to understand the motive all those wellsprings of eicellence encouraging the Fish Game Commission and Fresh Water for FALLOUT! #&?Vr2 VralM VEMCI.Br-Wu ASSEMBLY M Mrnio OF Anna.Rrr. GOD. EPISCOPAL At Sooot BOOM MISSION
June 24 Victor
Miurloo FMfcw
of this even though we disagreewith and diversity which too easily could be operation under the State Sondw. School. IttM, .,... ladprM.a'w./ ...br.. SorHoo.roan .
Moraine WonUp, 11 tM .... J.o.
it. For we do not question the sincerity rubbed out and which alone can make Game Fund according to A. Knnlu Scrao. ftOO p.m. >
Wool..d... !> ,. _... ... BAPTIST CBTJROB
of the "majority of the court. The rule by the fruitful Instead D. Aldrich, director. 11 ado N. 81ae.,.. Blvd.
many of a Tho ..,.
The 196445 budget indicates VEN1CE-MOKOMI8 Chirloi B CnthbMea' '
United States METHODIST
is fast
becoming an eco Mown.
crushing load of
conformity. We do not
net increase of CHUJtCH
a $335,101 over SaMUrt .'4S..1M, led.. gelid
nomic as well as a political democracy. want to swing from the old tyranny of the 1963-64 budget of $2,858- t r pp ah Film Awn A '01_ ...-.... 11 OH.... Wonblp p ......
Jokl Lou,. _. ....
Joie* 'OI .... YOOI..PTOI.Hon. .
Prosperity is now so widely diffused the few to a new tyranny of the 716. The anticipated revenue *s Wanhip SOTIOMI. liSU, *... and ItUiMANUKL .
through American that the industrial mass.Some from the sale of hunting and .... ,lOG, .., Gorl Sorrk.. .
society of the most dismaying trends In fishing licenses is expected to surd lebooll 5u wM.0MM0 Wodiutiiri.. not ,.OL, Uid-mok Pro*.
Iroulla '.IIow..,.. ate _
working classes which traditionally or Sorrlot
American society today have come with exceed that of 1963-64 and asa

were considered the lower classes, the climate of result the 1984-65 budget indicates LUTHERAN CHURCH
mass thinking. They are sue a funuml Trail wiuml CHURCH or THE NAKAREN:
are now able to assert their position and the abuses that haunt an otherwise splendid capital Increases outlay.in servicesand PHUT Chun', 600,01 I'M Jto.0,10. Chuta.ai L KowUUCES1DS Booth Vonloo

t power In American society. The rule of liberation of underprivileged people.So From state receipts the Wa-IIp1 50155 ....I tmt a Rat M.at A.d.Junction..... MlnlolorPhooot 41 .wad ITS

the few based predominantly on a rural it becomes especially Important today Commission anticipates that it ..;" THAT.AS or nmuutf LUTHERAN: CHURCH laiHte -. 5 N 4H8-HXI7 ant
civilization is will receive $1,105,500 from 1064, THERE ARE 93.OOO 1U 100 ..4..mL South oo U a. 41 Homing. "'.....,.. lOilO 0,0
ov.r.So The
that the guardians of the Constitu Molrm B. Mow, 48S4M4 tooth Sorvloo, ....
lO&CALMONITOtoHO KITS ISSUtPTO 4.80 .
e .
sale of fresh water fishing licenses Wonhlo SonMoi, 10 ill. ....
it is understandable that there is tion should not seize f SHELTERS R,FIXCP MONI1ORIN: ..* Sundw. School, lilt .., Emilni Borneo. non ,...
on a simple pro. and $953,500 from huntIng WodModir Proror Mating f iSt ....
STATIONS THROUGHOUT THE USA. Boss CUOMO. SilS .m.riKST .
n equalitarian trend
In the
atmosphere petition like, tOne man, on. vote-now license sales. Various typesof / M05r rurt'
a.waw teases CATHOLIC
today It affects the law which grows 'late' apply this principle all down the hunting permits will bringin wnwww CHURCH SCIENTIST or CHRIST. CHUBOH OF THE: EPIPHAKT

together with society. There is line." an additional! $249,750 while SOS Won v..... A_",. North Hirhor Dm. ond Biraoiw StrooS
a rising It lies rather In asking, "How can commercial boat game farm T.Uubon.t 4SS-271I
...
demand to eliminate those auadp tlnSe.mii .... Rt Mur. loom W. Cummlni.
restrictions on the broadened concepts of rule by all and hunting< guides are expect. So...., 5.b.oI 11 aa.WMoadp Putor .

the popular will which had their originin the people be fused with the safeguards ed to$212,450 total $46,600 is expected An additional from. the .J best recipe for folks ........ _. 5.p.I'.s... .4 dol" audio TiM a Mum. ttot,, Winter LOL. ,.Sohoilulol IDisa o.n.

lets fortunate days when the lower of a plural society and the of ..._ ud MUdp ODd J'rIo GonI.'arde. 4tSO to Si u
rights individual other sad tiM ...
revenue sources; court dw Bln.. r.... t to S. pot to Ida
classes were not considered responsible men, which are bone and sinewof costs and miscellaneous such newly moved to
enough to take a full share in as grazing oil and stumpage CBACB METHODIST CHURCH NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE
govern the system of organized freedom and Conur; ot ltd sod D..l', CHURCHES:
ment. leases.In Ron Mlloi DoP.,,
the very sources of Its excellence?" wads School (|4* O.B.WanUp TOST PRKSSTTCRUN CHURCH
But In what addition to the state receipts Venice only. 11,0 ... Comomottr Cmtor. v
correcting have now come We will apply these tests to the apportionment the Commission anticipates (. M. X. f. SlM p.a Or. Torroooo t. Poto..... Mlii.MT.
to be seen as abuses of the old rulingpower total of $588,650 from Blblo SMO>. Ida ..... Wod.oid.,. ......., II tdt a. Wonhlp M.,_
decisions In '.
another editorial.The a I Take one phone call (or coupon below), Child. Clou hold ilmulunoDOi.
It is Federal Aid monies with Adult leo.CAiVAHK
imperative not to SEVENTH: DAT ADVENT1BT -
swing over Christian
Science Monitor add hostess with baskets of gifts and room Tr.il. ..hat o. M. 41
Since the Commission
operates information about the city stir in genuine Nofconu. ft* REFORMED CHURCH
on money placed in the Peer. 0.orp L Gut: OF VENICE HARDENS
State Game Fund by sale of hospitality, and you'll have a generous / _, *mMp. 55O, .... SOW. IMS North 1IuI".. Drlvo
and delightful welcome. Just! ...... __, 1.11 14.du ...1... Tho Ro. Front J. Jhoiror rata
fishing and hunting licenses -rJJ dads. School, .I41 0,0.Domini .
I I Grass Roots OpinionWILLAMINA and other revenue sources it shone VENICBMOEOMIS PtUWBYTEJUAM Wonhlot llioo ....
bases its budget on anticipated ,CHURCH Comaoilto. Hmnolnti tiSO ....
MTba r IM M A. BowloS4S >
revenue. If revenue proves to DM aID"'". VonlotToltphoMl
ORE., TIMES: "Th. federal basis-figuring four to the f.mily-thl. be leas than now anticipated, Wco ntday ..._. o,4l uses-.use ST. OF RAPRABI/S INOU.WOODRt : : CHURCH

government of this great country would be expenditures will be oronort-: aeon IbntM ..-mWorohlo ., SiM .... ... ....... Ooorn W. 0._..o,
an average of more than $2,200per lonally reduced. Additional !FoUowohio. Hill II ..., Oiron Mar PoMor.
...... MOH SiM
maintains academies for training young farm family in the country. Despite revenue will result In addition /. tl wn Mu 1104 lovBolrdw .-..

men for Army Navy, Air Force and such whopping allocations to farmers al services and expenditure., PHONE M 808 SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Onrionlono Boforo MOM
our -------------- --- - --
Mora
or In a greater balance carried M Sorrow
Coast Guard How about one to train most of whom labor long and hard forward, Aldrich stated. WELCOME NEWCOMERS! I I The to. -Doito_DOM e..M.-Pitunoo, tortorSonomont CONGREGATIONALCHRISTIANXVANCrEUCAL UNITED CHURCH or CHRIST

Diplomats? That Is the field In which we and have substantial land and equipment Use this coupon to let us know you're here I ..of Hob- Coannlooj. DM ten: S. Kooort AND a.REFORMED..... P'.0.

always seem to lose the most battles." investments, government officials sometimes For women, is forever NAME I tae LlMoralni Proror lad Soraol, S O.M. ...... war M.aw oold unporornr m .hof
CHESTER. S. C, REPORTER "Even ton effort to make the best aunts School S .... o.too OinloM Romottoo Contor ot U
talk about the poverty that existsIn ADOREScm I .m SitodmUoru
while) farm program costs soared, the of a bad situation. I FIRST SAPTUt CHURCH Of TZKICIRtolwrd tobool. .vttk __1 lot Um
rural America. This has its Interesting : II L (Jot* Piotot oiion tho ."*nt ...... Oi al ...
farm population dropped about I 17 percent Saidir M __,lee Ooator. AaoR a., .,..
ookool Ii4l
Scientists are planning a 10- O Please l have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me OM. a. M MOM: at Com. lid Mn. rUfOMod >
I to 13.8 million. With about $7.7 aspects, as often the same people who I Worahlo Swuo, II MM ..... .
study of the earth's water QI would like to subscribe to the IVmlnl.i 11._ "to .... H. toliht tot Bhoouooh BNo..
billion ef our tax poured into the defend this farm turn around year GONDOLIER I me..a 1It .... vow Oordooo.FIRST
\ money program resources in light of quickeningneeds DI) already subscribe to the GONDOLIER j W"_. ...._ M.tka1N ...
I j. program in the last fiscal year it figures and contend a little federal money would Fill out coupon and mall to Circulation Dept I CHRISTIAN CHURCHOlMlpIo
for population, Industry f I If SOUTH VBMICI BAPTIST MIS8IOH ( ) of awe
fy out that per capita costs of the program eliminate poverty In other areas of our and agriculture, to begin !in a./n.Th. Dr Rot*Arthur OM Ei'lowood M. Rd. Yeas) Tonoio. Eon Vonte A.....

',POW stand at about $558. On a family ".tion.llit.*" 1965.IIJ WI. Rw.ka ,,'8 ...Ipllkr. Worohlv Pew. tO'AGE Tho...ten_ U. M. FOOT
seder a.ke 1, I Wera? 1aadF eahyl eats as

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FLORIDA, THURSDAY' JULY 2. 19" t1lf I G'Cf: r11 11 0 t f r I PAGE SEVfl
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''The Fredrick 'Trebours ..- .A ,

I DOROTHY OATNOBWWBMM
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I (jottingsBy Bitter ,


Return From Honeymoon : : item to 88-6808 u.. t ';'tI 3 !


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!Mr and Mrs. Fredrick Paul Something Is missing in ourShangrl borne they visited Air Force k'> "I
kbour are at horn at 1111'l' 1a notice friends in D. C., ,
their or had you Washington, ,, seta, ",
Riviera' after marge when ( and Jr and his familyIn >
ed? We did recently, oran Paul .
In Defiance.iio .
., on June 20
al fresco supper we were Charleston.
and a Niagara Falls honemoOn. looking for some daisies for a -
centerpiece. The white and yellow .;
Mrs. Trebour Is the former ones. We looked and looked Madge Grove, too, Is home Aj
'a Don" Lee Gil eland. and looked and finally found from a visit with Linda and j
ujhter of Mr. and Mrs E. them at the florist's where Bonnie Vreeland's aunt in c l e j
Gilliland, former Venice despite the fact that this is a Bloomingdale N. J. The three 1
ddents. The groom Is the son perfectly respectable shop girls drove up recently and
\Die late Mr and Mrs. Ernt without the slightest tinge of flew horn Tuesday. Linda and
t Trebour of Zephyrhills. highway robbery-ltis, daisies Bonnie stayed on to meet their
bride was attended by cost a cool $2.50 a dozen. Or parents there, the George
The Christine Strut of Rock would have, if we could have Vreelands, who left last week.
si and. W. ts maid of honord afforded them. Of course they Madge incidentally and
by her sister, Mistress had a very pretty .name and ; Elaine Zoch will enter Webber
Alison as flower girl. we were assured they weresomething College in September.
n
Trier Lon Gffliland. theIde' special but they I -0An ;
brother served as ringearer looked like daisies to us. Jean
annual Smith family reunion
Fred Wilcox St. was Kerr should have lived in Florida .
in Russell's Point Ohio .... r .
',t man and ushers were and she wouldn't have had left out several members of ,. ''''''''-A. a iII(" ? -
ed Wilcox Jr. and Karl N 1 to worry at all I the Florida branch. They had (Gontolln photo by Bob Ob...dorf)) j

,ulh. currently-o- In daisy one themselves on Sunday at PASTOR'S RECEPTION at Grace Methodist in charge of the affair. Is shown pinning a
Visiting
candlelight double-ring the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
The corsage on the shoulder of Mrs. Dinkms
but with no time to
remony was performed bye view country the countryside Is The Nave in East Gate. Attending several while The Rev. Mr Dinkins looks on. He was I
> Rev. George WaUworth in Rev. Donls Dean Patterson, were Mr. and Mrs Edward A. the church parish hall to welcome the new called to replace The Rev. Miles DePagter
e wee Kirk Chapel of First St. Mark's pastor who lion Smith Mr. and Mrs Richard pastor and his wife. The Rev. and Mrs. Ed. who resigned to accept secretaryship of the
Mbvterian Church at 7 p.m.. two weeks active USA Reserve E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Don ward L. Dinkins. Mrs Elizabeth Fatherree, YMCA In Sarasota.
r. Gilliland gave his daughr aId Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
duty at the Chief of Chaplains
In marriage Bail Mitchell of Fort Myers,
Office in Washington D. C. He hadn't seen each other for 25
Her gown was of rose point Is mobilization designee in the Mrs Jerry Smith and daughterand years, and for the past seven
satin with diamond the Nave's daughter and YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
over and
4 Office of Administration of these the Palisins have 3
It dinner
of nylon net and cul- son was a turkey oc
era Management. After the tour been vacationing yearly on
red pearls at the necklined MRS. FREDRICK PAUL TREBOUB of duty, he and Mrs. Pattersonand casion. Siesta Key. They finally got together Auto Insurance
running the length of the white carnations with lavender Mrs. Charles H Shaffer of their children will visit -o- two weeks ago. I. NEW LOW RATES
"g sleeves. The bouffant streamers. Moline Ill and Mrs. Fred Wil. bcth his and her parents in Carol and Sally Huston left - 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
,rt was fashioned with lace Mistress Gilliland' gown cox of Defiance IIslstin,. The Ohio, as well as former parishioners with cousin Carmie Huston and Master Jimmy Rohrs of San 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY
''e panels and ended in a was similar to maid-of-hon- three-tier wedding cake was and friends in Washington Mrs. Mattie Tuma for Massi. Francisco is having a dreamof
apel train. Her veil was a or's and she carried a basket white with white and lavender Court House Ohio. lon, Ohio, to visit with Mr. and a vacation with his grandparents .
intilla of rose point lace and of white rose petals I roses and wedding bells as dec -0- Mrs. Carl Kemp and Mrs the Federick G.
e carried a cascade bouquet For the ceremony, Mrs. Gilllland ! oration. It was topped with the The Paul Maurers are home Rudy XJlbrict before going on Rohrs of Nokomis. At the -
white roses and feathered wore a pink floral lace traditional bride and groom. after a three-week jaunt which to Corning N. Y., for the Rex. moment he is with his grand-
.11 mums with lavender net sheath with matching corsage Mrs Trebour Is a graduate combined business and pleas ford-Huston wedding. They father big game fishing on the
d white streamers. A wedding dinner for 16 licensed practical nurse having ure. They attended a Zippo then planned to visit relativesat Key for 10 days and upon 116 W. Venice Avenue
Mm: Struts wore a gown of guests at Kettenring Country received her training at sales convention in Bradford, Wolf Lake Ill, before returning their return will enjoy swim. Tatephonw 4GO-2289
'ender brocade taffeta, fash- Club preceded the ceremony. Sarasota Hospital School of Pa., and stopped in Cleveland home ming In the warm Gulf waters
ed with a full length bell The reception was held In where they ran Into the Dick -o- When he swims in the Pacific ,
,rt She wore a ]large single the Westminster Room of the Nursing. The groom is employed Satavas on the golf course. he says, he has to brave 62\
al a headpiece and can church with Mrs. T, L. Boneof by the Florida State Road They also enjoyed a game with Mrs. James Snyder of Laurel degree water temperature.
d a bouquet of lavender and Peoria 111, the bride's aunt, Department. Dr. F. A. Sowln there Enroute and her cousin, Mrs. Jimmy arrived by plane on the j
Mike Pallsm of Youngstown
20th.
Ohio vacationed together until .
Mr War College they were 10yearsold.Then MORE PEOPLE ARE e I
of each
they lost track
for Christmas SUBSCRIBING TO AND \
other, except yearly -
raduate Visits cards and only this year READING THE
did Mrs. Palisin find out that
Laurel is near Sarasota. They VENICE GONDOLIER prd1eMi '
enice Parents


ieber|CoI! and and Mrs their Charles two sons G. iaL Son Of Winter ResidentsWill ,It.. '

avid and Scott are vacation- i
lit In Venice with Col. Weber's
rents, Mr. and Mrs Charles ) p r Wed Michigan Girland
I Weber of 845 Riviera St. r
I Col Weber was graduated In ,M l e ty
Venice.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Peterson
line from the Air War Col- I
Mist Peterson is Junior at .
of Frankfort Mich, announce a
|,e,the U. S Air Force's len.r the engagement of Michigan State University. The .
professional school at their groom-elect is a junior at Io-
their daughter Miss Mary Sue
,
University MaxweU AFB
wa State University in Ames, .
a. Peterson, to James Hopkins Iowa. hoe; '
After a ]leave, he will be as- Raber, son of Mr. and Mrs.C. No date has been set for the 4n
fled to the Air Force Com Fenton Raber of Frankfort wedding. t\\
and post in the Pentagon in
ashington, D. C.. as operat-
ins staff officer. The Webera
,11 live in Stratford-on-the- MASSAGE STEAM BATHS

The tomac Air, Va.War College course !d t4 t.1t: r r ex COLONIC (DIERKER) J

Ui 10 months of intensive 9 \
tidy, is a university level HOME CALLS REDUCING EQUIPMENT FOR RENT

urea providing senior offic- Open Mon.. lues. Thuri. & Frl. -9 'til 5
s with a better understand.
|? of the elements of nationalwer (tN.447'L'T f'r
EVON'S '
> and aerospace resources :

?eparlnjf her level the command graduates and for 2 209 W. Miami Ave. Ph. 488-3849

>ft positions. If no answer call 488-1738

The colonel also completed a

irtlal B. requirement for an. so ____ 'iar.a A. ;..w u..rr.r.wA ,.'.
degree In International att .
(Gotdolter photo by Bob O..do 'lrt the Air University ex- H.1
anion center of George Wash. WELL-EARNED VACATION after 10 leave left to right, are David Weber Mrs. I
eton University while taking months of intensive study at the USAF Air Charles S. Weber, the colonel's! wife and the fflJJJlfft1AS1 rf
'e 1l-month course War College at Maxwell AFB brought Col. colonel. Not shown Is other son, Scott who n'
He Is formerly of St Charles, Charles G. Weber and his family to Veniceto was off somewhere playing ball when the
J.. and attended Virginia Mil- visit his parents the Charles S. Webers. picture was taken. .
wv Institute at Lexington. Shown at Venice Beach enjoying the 10-day(
While here the Webers are -- SAWFlIl '
Wing at Venice Villas
I Does Meet July 9
The School of Engineering
nd Applied Science at Colum-i The second summer meeting
ia University Is celebrating its : of Benevolent and Patriotic ? Everythingseems
pntennlal this year Order of Does, Drove 141, will
be Hall on July 8 at 8 p.m. at Elks o to go

Mrs. John Artman president .
will report on the nation. 223 W. VENICE AVE. smoother i
al convention, held this week

in Rochester N. Y. PRE-INVENTORY SALE ..o when .i

InltlllllrSING NOW GOING ON/

TelephontSERVjSOFT a DINE a DANCE Baby Doll and you have

at ...................PAJAMAS
Nightgowns. r.g. 2984.98 FINANCIALSECURITY

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Pleats. r.g. 6989.98 ty

.. $4.98 Too often people who wouldn't dream of eating off flavor
ALL SIZES food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water or It's not what you earn but: what you save that
VENicE MOVIE LOG ..............,...BLOUSES, chlorine water. . because they don't know how easyIt

I reg.. 2984.98 Is to Improve M determines your future. Start now . save
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL $2.49 The cure Is a special! home'waterBiter,trie Aque-Ptne*

DRIVE.IN THEATRE Taste and Odor filter that part of all you earn. Remember savings placed !
MANY COLORS can be Installed under
THURSDAY f ..............,...SHORTS.
WEDNESDAY .
THURS.. FRI. SAT. your kitchen sink In minutes here by 3 P.M. July Oth I will earn from July l
Playgirl After Dark reg. 3.98-7.93 It filters out aH

"Robinson C r sol ,and I! $1.29 gives bad tastes you all and the odors really, I 1st. Come in today. c

On Mars" L.Shaped Room ?..................GIRL'S SWEATERSOrion good-tasting cooking and
FRIDAYsATuRDAY: ''i & Mohair. reg. 4987.98 drinking water you can ruse
wIth
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MANTEE end a simple
The War Lover .................,.SPECIAL DRESSES Installation problem M.It* .p.*ra tMto mt MMStttr t
Gun FightS $5.00BOY'S Just pick up your phone b MM ky see M IM HM* JSARASOTA'
and tell us to bring one mimtrt.. _.\.. M nttrIIUMhtf au J
. MON. TUES. Slim and TM CM*
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EIGHT VINIC E. flORIDA: THURSDAY :JULY 2.I .
THE COMDOLUH I



I NPC Club Notes MilitaryCredits I Rifle Club Plans To Reorganize I


By MARGUERITE PETERSON r Plans for the reorganization terested In artn., will be ft,
For GI UnderSS
of
of the Venice Rifle and Revolver organization a junior gnu,
wile ladies of the WWI Veterans FORM OF GOVERNMENT. Club will be formulated at m to teach safety in the handuJi

Auxiliary of North Port Brine your picnic basket r meeting next Wednesday July of firearms to youngster

Charlotte will meet on Tuesday and Join the fun. Bring chairs ExplainedST. 10, at 7:30: pm. in the community Persons unable to attend th
July T at 1:30 p.m. at and folding table If you have UIIAMS' I room of Sarasota'' Fed meeting or interested In forth

the Community Center. them. This will be a food op PETERSBURG Melvin tral ,Savings If Lou Assn. er information should
Mrs Mabel Hale Past President portunity .for you to get acquainted T. Dixon, director of the Spearheading the reactivation .. Redford or Shockey.

of the Auxiliary will pre- with your neighbors Florida Department of Veterans of the club under the auspice
side In the absence of the The prize and the use of Affairs, said today that a of the Venice: Police: Department Bridge Scores
President, Mrs. Beatrice Schmalke. the Community Center are" little known aspect of the social are Police: Chief

I through the courtesy of General security law i I. the use of John Shockey and Larry Red- alive Sfcrffe taN *..*. | ?

As a delegate to the convention Development Corp. military credit ford. The club was first organized NOarH PrU'rH W. X..,.,.. ..4 Hn
As It dark Sat- 1- aye
Mrs. Francis Rodm.nwill soon a* gets When a veteran who has in 1953 and then faded M"iwn. tat.pa .
the urday evening, General Development out of existence. ..* Hm.n .
give a report on meetIng had military service between .:e--
in Orlando Fla will present' a briefarray It 1840 and Dec. SO 1998retire Bedford said arrangements
of the Sept. Bill urf U rrr ..... I W
firework In \
area become
been mad to sari
Mrs Hale all the already hare
urges members *, dies, or becomes disabled -
to>> be present at he meet. Immediately in front of the he may receive creditOf affiliated with the Nat. 1_Mra. CUr.! Community Center and U.S. ..1."LET'S tonal Rifle Association: if the ft.,. Ir4 101.
ing. S180 per month wags for 1_ CL .l BI.eau. .
I RING THE BELL :' each month of such: military turnout at the meeting show -_ 1......_. K
WWI Veterans, Barracks FOR LIBERTY" service. (00e4 I1a Rota br Bo* 01>.*>rt) sufficient interest in reorganizing ... 1 HXorH.. wl M..

2743. North Port Charlotte, President Carl-o-Meyer presld.1 This military, credit doe not I TEST READINESS Members of country In the test made with emergency the club.Area interested fc vl :.a..>N.ay J. Cs.54uw .... ..5we J
will meet today at S at conditions. Here resident M.BrUn .
p m under : ,
automatically appear on the the Tamiaml Amateur Radio Club rehearsed power emergency
ed at the meeting of the Civic
the Community Center tot individual' record nationwide Louis Herberger in charge of the local exercise rifle and handguns are urgedto stet., = -: ':l
Association at its meeting last earning for a possible emergency in a 24-hour attend the meeting. Un.. W. H.MT N :
their monthly meeting.A the and can be established only at field day exercise Saturday. Area operates the equipment a* Charlie Fox Jr, > .
Wednesday evening
at particular
said
report will be heard on Community Center. the time a claim i* filed This 'hams' competed with other club across the prepare to copy the message. Redford a besides fel- l-Mra. J. H. nl..1 La
aim of the club
what transpired at the World =
little known aspect, Dixon --- .i..raa ass o s. iw
War I Veterans Department of During the course of bllli.nesa lowshlp for those mutually in- 10.
of the social security law
a resolution was passed said Old Pathe FilmOfRinglings I--Kiith'B inM W MM I.. *
Florida Convention held In Orlando has helped veterans to WY.. .
last weekend. asking for highway traffic become entitled many to social ea- Nokomis Nettings Church .J.....U..rae.. .....e.. I.... S ,.. ,a,
Commander Frank Rodman control through the city. Several surlty benefits. Changes I-:',. .4 W. .......

urges all Veterans to attend bad accident: have occurred I.Mra!' ... .. l. ..'
Beginning January 1,1857 all ow.as..s
within the city: limits Schedule For I Iw
the .
meeting. military personnel war By MARY ALICE MURRAY _... Cho. lm. ... t ya.
and the
most recent accident
-0- Will Be On TVAn
KOaTH-SOUTH
Members of the Greater cost the life of one resident. brought under the law and deductions Phone 4UMMgrsndchlldrsn. Summer Months 1 1-Cot Vlunt DIM ... ... L r.SMrlTLoJfi
are \being made from
Pittsburgh Club will meet tonight They are petitioning both the J. tr- .4 M..,
old Path newireel of the
their .
pay.Veteran Mr. Don Hendrlck has had They enjoyed
at S o'clock for a cover state senator and state representatives Nokomi Presbyterian ; Until ..map **.
ed dish dinner prior to the to see what can be and their families her mother and father, Mr. their trip and the visiting but John Singling and President Church announce a I- HiriT Itarww sad I. X. SO, HIFASTWEST
should b of these and Mr Ralph Domer of glad to be home in their and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge at
regular club: meeting at 7:30.: done to regulate traffic. aware provisions are chang in the schedule of services I Hwrr' t wn n Md MK d5ten.
The club held its dance and I latest project: In order to receive Beach City Ohio, visiting fora own place. the circus: : has been uncovered during the month of w. Ktab.ll, It. .
Circe .otJ < t.eIT
last tI i* these credits, a veteran or his couple of weeks When they -0- recently: at the Rlngllng Museums a B. Brrurt
get together Saturday and August.
night; at the Community Cen' ing of the ,Nativity Scene, supervisor must present, at returned to Ohio Mrs. Hendrlckj Mr*. Thomas White, formerly in Sarasota and will be July L.. RIoh....... ... ....
time of claim and went of and Mrs. shown on WTVT Pulse programs During the summer month T.\tm\ ( Morton, ..%.
which when will the filing a son Timmy Bristol N. H.,
ter. Mr. J. H. Bates President, completed be only one worship service! will BrMr* S..dl J.. Joey I se-
introduced guests from Venice placed in the landscaped area proof of military lervlc The with them, extending<< their via- Anne Hardenburg are occupy Monday through Fri NOHTH-80UTH
near the large North Port most acceptable proof to pre it a little longer. W* expect ing one of the apartment at day be conducted. This service to 1_Mr*. L. 55aY.r .* Mak K w
and dancing, games and lin,
longs were the order of the Charlotte sign at the north end sent to the social security of. them back toward the end of Park Boulevard belonging to The Museum of the Circus: be held at 8.30: a.moin the outdoor t-Mn.Briduoa.: Cfcu*ST.CtrlM eat .....

of the city. They plan to use floe Is a discharge certificateor the week, the John O'Hearns. Mrs. White circus performer and two sanctuary 5,41e' I '" .
evening.All t& : To.nn.w ...
residents from the great life size or even larger fig other official document -oWe was brought up in Winthrop, film of the Rlngllngs will be 'Church School will continue I-Loul.' HI tinny WVi. Yaw

er Pittsburgh area are invitedto ures for the scene and hopeto showing the period of military regret to report that Dr. Mass, the old hometown of featured on five S-mlnute segments meeting at 0-45: a.m.. Adult 1A8T.: WEST
attend and bring along your have It completed and Installed service. and Mrs. Henry Merle are Mr. Rudolph Murray. She wes scheduled at 110: p.m. Covenant Life Class meets at 101-1I. W. LoeftIa .e urn w.

friends for a pleasant evening by Thanksgiving. Men soon leaving us to take up real- told by her doctor there to be Special feature newsman 8:30: a.m. on Sunday In the office 14-Un. *C>rri On Ml W. H. Tttlil .

-0- of the Civic Association are The world's highest known dence in Atlanta, Ga. They sure to look up the Rudolph Don Harris will Interview of Venice Millworks, near .... ...."'!!. Mnlbn. ud Mn. &M

The North Port Charlotte I working on this project. clouds: sweep across the Arctic have decided that they can no Murray.. How small the Rlngling; Circus: Museum Curator the airport.In E.Illw, II
Boat Club met for its regular Everyone i Ia invited to the Formed of meteor dud, loner! carry on so far removed world) W* not only knew the Mel Miller Museum v_JIM c.o sap_Ill Stich.e...Qae,
meeting last Thursday eveningat next meeting on Wednesday these clouds blow 90 miles from their children. They doctor but his whole family. Guide Frank Cucksey and veteran the early 20th Century a 1Mrs.Brr.l and N. It.Pa .

the Community Center. July 22 at 7:30 p.m. above the earth' surface love it here and were among Rudolph played' golf a lot with performers Mary Jane salesman marketed "comet -HIM-.two lUM J_ ..4 Mm.Hamr .
Plans were made for aFourth the very first residents and it Mr.' Whit brother Jack Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard guaranteed to protect Lawrvttc II.
'Westcott. and the father, Mr pills, M-Mra. kilt Mortem sad .... T.
1 Ia with deep regret that they Aylesworth and Earl Shipley.
to
of July Boat-a-Cade .
...
the Seahorse Marina in Charlotte NPC Personals must l leave this area. They will Roy Westcott: was food purchasing - The Pathe film was taken at against the supposed poison of 4. .111.a.. J. H. Morri'1. .... Him

Harbor. The boats will] I miss it here *s we will miss agent for Harvard University the: Singling Circus: In Madison Haley's Comet, due In 1910..:. Bcho.ntf.lH. 41
with whom
leave the ramp at '7:30: a.m. them. Rudolphdid Square Garden In the 1920'.
business for There
For further information call -oWe yesrs The second film 1* a home
Jim Mr. and Mrs McCloy Plun- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Malll- i Ia a lot to talk over between
Crulsemaster Chance, welcome two new resl- movie of John and Mable Ring
kett and their three sons, coat and their daughter Diana u* and w. will enjoy} her company
428-1S3X dents to our neighborhood.First ling and their guest at the
NOTICEDue
James Charles and Richard From Olathe Kansas the although she is in
The is were a
next Club meeting are Mr. and Mrs Henry Singling Residence, Ca' 'd
scheduled for Thursday July from Youngstown Ohio, have houseguests of her parents Landry of Salem N. H. Mr. younger category then we. She Zan, on Sarasota Bay.Twentysix .
which time the been the welcome guests of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Hale on knows all the old timer as we
18 at group Landry was with Grumann Aircraft -
will hear an hour long discus. their daughter Joan Rue Plun. Aero Avenue. Mrs. Hale said for 41 years on Long Island do and some of the younger to the shortage of Pharmacists In the area,
kett, who makes her home It was wonderful to have the generation. Perhaps it will centuries ago, a
sion on the timely subject of New York. His son i* now Medical Center Building The
the
cuneiform writer wrote this on store In on
I "Safe Boating"Mr. with her grandparents Mr. and children here even if It was for with them and worked under take the whole year that she our
Bob Canfleld II Com Mrs Frank Gooden of 230 Her only one week. They left last his i father for 27 year The expect to be here to get talked a clay tablet: "You can have Rialto will be stored for vacations during July &
bison Ave. Mrs Plunkett Is home. out and with a lord, you can have a king,
a Wednesday to return caught: up the
modore of the Boat Club. daughter of Mr. and Mrs - senior Landry moved, to New new. but the man to fear 1* the tax August. All, preso"lption records will be kept at
-0- Hampshire\ a few year back "
Citizens and guests In and Gooden and sister of Mrs Ro Harold and Alice Au and but have settled now for our collector. Dick & Meadows Resell Store on 231! W. Venice

outside the City of North Port Jean Williams who reside on their twin daughters Connie warmer climate. W* hope theylike T/indscane
invited Los Rios Street. Mr. and Mrs and Bonnie left Sunday for Work Avenue, and we vill be ready to serve you ,there.Tfcank .
Charlotte are to take It here and will enjoy' DINING AT ITS BESTI!
Plunkett are" interested in making Chattanooga, Term,,where they '
in the of
part Fourth July many year of comfortable ill.log.
Picnic and fun program to be their home in North. Port will spend a week on top of Planned In NPC CYROSVENETIAN
you
held North Port Charlotte Charlotte.Mr Lookout Mountain attendingthe ,,
at the -0- NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE
l Community Center, this .0- Evangelical Presbyterian I Next door to them and almost I Residents of Marlu. Road MOONBill Dick & Meadows Pharmacy
Albert Church Summer Conference
and Mr. Knighton
Saturday from 1 to 8 p.m. In the same week anoth- were quite elated this week to Morris
Come and enjoy the facilities West Sydney AvenUe left convening from June 29 hear from R. E. Huff, general SINGS FRI.! AND SAT.
this week for visit through July 6. I
prolonged
provided for ;you by the General a Idence.' manager of General Development
with friends and relatives back -
Development Corp. Howard Bentley of Jackson, : Corp. concerning the
The Winfield Buraham'shave
home In Cambridge Ohio.
There will be interesting Mich. Their son' of Road
their their family Mr landscaping Marlus ear elmNatoe et
games and fun for all the family -0- as his houseguests and and Mr*. Marvis Manee, has Circle and was informed that E iito rat th aeatrauq r w aq
both young and old and Mrs. Vernon Tracey on son and family, Mr been occupying the place for It Is to become: a reality toon. s sea age enR e.l
will be award West Hyde Park entertained Mrs. Winfield Burnham Jr. k"b g the
numerous prizes and the past few weeks while on His letter addressed to t g
their daughter Bonnie that eudedJwmm
ed.A houseguests last week. They "Chuck." have vacation The Bentleys will not Claire C. Coon., 360 Marlus
flag raising ceremony will were Mr and Mrs Henry Weber young son : They of
been swlmmln while be down here to live until late Road president the Men's
lie presented by your localV from Detroit who stoppedoff enjoying: fall or In the springMr Garden Club, said their recently d mlrh
nice Florida
et e r' a n' I organization at for visit on their way to her end getting: a -0- 1 employed landscape architect .

which time Mayor Flavius Miami. Mr. Weber has for tan. The young Burnhams to return are *. Helen Blr of Florida 1 II preparing<< a landscapingplan
leaving Saturday
Wood will! speak briefly. many years worked with puppets
3 Pines Trailer Park has gone to for Marlus Circle and that
The North Port Charlotte and Is well known as an home and to leave Hsddonfleld Bonnie,here N. for, Woodruff Wit, and Is at bid will be received soon from e N
will ere
Volunteer Fire Departmentwill old "Punch and Judy" man.
vacation with Franklin Lodge, owned and various landscapen. Went a
participate in the ringing Mrs Tracey and her friend a nice summer ooerated by the Phillip Coonsof Huff said that the work
ef the bell by a two-minute and former student Mrs Charlotte her grandparents.State Nokomi She i* hoping to would have been done IOOn.rbut

II' run of the civil defense siren Foster from South Venice enjoy a nice cool summer In the lack of rain has caused .
I' At this time I we hope that left Sunday for Miami Is Smith'sSecond the Wisconsin north woods. the postponement of their
every person will reflect upon also where they clan to spend .0- landicaolng plan for much of

the deep feeling and devotionof four days attending<< the National Mr. and Mr. Henry 'Rom- North Port Charlotte He said
that ringing<< of the bell- Puppeteers of America bout are back from their trip he was of the opinion that HAS SOMETHING FOREVERYONE

OUR LIBERTY OUR INDEPENDENCE Convention at the dl Lido Hotel In Beef north to Kenosha Win, and much landscaolnf in the city

j' and OUR FREE in Miami Beach. Puppe- Columbus, Ohio after visiting will be started within the next
teem frnm all e ver the united with aU the relatives and their four weeks.
'Stis"and Canada will father Th mention of Florida

for this event and Mr*. Tracey whip up an image of palm

t said she was thrilled to be tree, white sandy beaches,
able to attend and see a lot of and pretty girls eating ,
I her old friends :.nd co-work: "1.

era Mrs. Tracey spent many Subsequently.. the oran'.1 e4tkd1AIR If you're an ADVERTISER In The GONDOLIER -
years II a pupoeteer and still
State
makes many of her own pup doe not have you're also a reader.
sonality of a state that can 11
oets and plans to sell some of
claim cowboys, roundups; and
her more than thirty puppet
branding irons like Texas
b sho has at present. Montana.But or If you're a READER of The GONDOLIER

June The 29 convention and runs through starts JulyCongratulations on Florida Is definitely I you're reading the advertisements as well as the ,

S. beef cattle state a fact that news. You are also the whose "
patronizing stores
probably surprise a lot of Its

-) Mrs. Clara residents. A* a matter of :act, ads appear In the Monday and Thursday Issues

Maxwell received word of the cattlemen boast that Florida where find the best .
birth of a granddaughter born Is second In the South in livestock you'll In quality and the best ,

last week to her son and production and 18th In : in price.

daughterdn-1aw, Harold and the nation. i\ 7fNEWS

Lculs Maxwell in Gross According to Dr. T. J. Cunla .
A perfect target! Aim for ui Point Wood. Mich: She hasn't head of the University ofFlorida' CONDI MAKES HEADLINES

when you want to move and heard' the babv's name vet. Animal Science Department .

core a bull'i eye. Call ui for Mrs. Maxwell I II very anxious Florida beef cattle
no-delay no-damage moving to see the new baby but Inasmuch Industry has grown from 353-

tervic*. packing and as she has Just recently 000 head in 1920 to almost 1.8 ADVERTISING
Call TODAY. been released from the hospital million head in 1M. Total
I crating. It may be while before pound production of beef was
THINK OfIII' she 1 I. strong enough to travel 43 million then vs. 350 million


Mrs. Irene-Kenyon on Bum.. today.Ranchers from the Panhand1 your whole house MAKES MONEY !

ford Avenue 'left Friday for 1 to the Glades devote more

Green lake, Wi*.. where she than eight million acre of landto
will be busy teaching a summer raisin cattle which: bring with
; course In adult Oirfotlan' 40 pounds of beef per acre ,rlernp Advertising deadline for Monday Issue

,, Education: In the Green T.eke. However Cunha point out
Baptist Seminary. Mrs: Ken- that other cattle states produce FRIDAY NOON

yon several has season been at the seminary 200 acre.to GOO pounds of meat per for less than the R Advertising deadline for Thursday !Issue ".. :.


state's To further potential illustrate for Industry the cost of room units TUESDAY 3 P.M. ,- i

expansion the scientist notes ,, Ph; 4885803PAGE
ELECTRICAL 1 that homegrown beef I II only MW eau

worth 85 per cent of till V. S.
average value This means IMY +
cattlemen must place !increasing AIRITE ENGINEERING INC. tree Inds. bNp
CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE emphasis upon animal im niiwtb a.l W aw

duality and the entire operation .boa IJ, e
LIGHTING SUPPLIES to approach and even surpass Hoofing Air Conditioning that al c! el sea, eat Oetm.a L we- ,alp, o a s Ir
th* U. S. average.Ethiopia' .tut ep lathe aeta

ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. Sales a Service Engineering yr gyear 0 k ar was
population of about r.1 nun lh
20 million I* mainly I 500 Base A**.. Venice Ph. 481-237 ecta w w e- sea cute eQmatrru.

h |*M I Coelrfll, Stretfe' Phone. IA794 mixture of HamlUi, Semites t k v ad wee I IatbuIedv east

and Nf roldi, tl M1lDeY1 a tatald

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T4URSAAV tULY f r 1964 THE GONDOLIER PAGE NINE
VENICE _ _


Ih2i1ch Invasion Sounds Like FunVen ''I Four Pass Exams MondayIn 1 IIffltL ii L ,


Senior Life SavingFour .
,i'e Is being invaded but j,

I It looks like fun students In the American licenses, apply in the Immediate '
'V VENICE AVE.
residents to.uccumb VENICE SHOPPING CENTER ,
Newest foreign It 1 1't Red Cross senior life say- future, she said.
the charm of th's "
tot leg classes taught by Mrs. ',
p 'a and
Gulf t' town are Ross Durant, authorized water COPPERTONE SUNTAN LOTION 88c ',
from Paris She Adele Konneker
SIT? .th"rd' about fa""ns. hax ha 1 safety Instructor, were award $1.45 SIZE . . . . . ." . . . . .. . . .. ,i
11 ta" ed their certificates the examining r
4 by PositionAt
hr4 her own -i lier there rohl r Accepts
In. ( board Monday upon
Co. NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM

jur--(and" -o sno-r) and' he In teaches Bojrota langu Y, r k completion The students of their are Miss tests.Diane Newark State $1.35 SIZE . . ........ 76c

pre. Lenhart, Miss Crls Leet, Don
p, .>' 'ns to leech languages Breding and David Bowles. 6-12 INSECT REPELLANT 39c

and ,f"as, den' mine'!! end Testing the swimmers were 69c SIZE (LIQUID) . . . . . . .. .. .. .. . .
cuttl'" if there urn enough! Irs> Emily Hepburn Sarasota
i""eitH.. Ven :e, no Red Cross director, and ALKA-SELTZER
jcrr County
\ 38c
doubt '. '" *" nrt''' be et"'1e to e I i e Mrs. Barbara DeAngelis, Sarasota B9e SIZE . .. . .. . .. . ... .. . .. .. .. .. . .
French
*
dice1'' "' the nev water safety Instructor.
fajhl .. In Mrs Llthard's native The classes are held at the' BAND AIDS

to '''" wouM be 1 j) home of Mrs. Durant at 418 47c SIZE . . . ., . . . . . . . . . . . 27c
An of now this a Mahon Drive
"P"'"; "l4V .lace her Ej1lhtom'rtf ( 4dLS Some 100 students are enrolled
of the tyoical GBlllo for the summer classes COLGATE TOOTHPASTE 39c

exnre 'rye hand, ho"lder end + which began the second weekin 69c SIZE . . . . . , . . . . . I
r"mrrents And smiles. June
)
eve Onl ,!lor we" !Vs "hare she is still 0X Courses are continuing until REXALL HAIR SPRAY 98c

timid about talt husvo' rlaftiieil advanced ---- -
e e hut her says July -'- (beginner'
Wt u"Mrs"ndln! < of English beginner and; Intermediate MRS. ADELE S. KONNEKER
I i pro".ln* very oulcWv. ) are full, Mrs Durant
{
They moved Into their new said, but there are still some Mrs. Stanley B. (Adele) Kon- t
home. 1 Jiut competed at 1214 openings in the swimmers neker, daughter of Mr. and
M ncn !S:+" Ei"st Gate, Monday r'r % group To be eligible for this Mrs H. S. Sjoblom of Myrtle
end In between consultations IW ,L L s I iroup, students must be ableto Avenue, has accepted a position
.
with| ) the builders. landscaoersand swim 100 yards using the with Newark State Collegein 201[XrjA
delivery men they exnlain.d CMdoltir. photo by lot Obmdorf)) breast, aide and American and Union, N. J. '
how thev haopened to sack; crawl strokes She received her maater'adegree j

dense Venice for the'r home. FRANCE COMES TO VENICE this summer lermo Padilla who has been a resident of Venice Beach and Venice in English at Southern r
In
Gardens have authorized Illinois University Carbondale -
They came via Columbia In the persons of Mr and Mrs. Paul Lithard Sorrento Shores for eight months. He come been
bp.AUe of their son."Jew who have just moved Into their new home at calling Monday, the day they moved In, and iv ARC for the said SO-mile swim, also on a Southern June 12 Her graduate husband, II, FAN ]
Mrs Durant There
to the are
Pierre came 1214 Mango St, East Gate. They came via Is shown being welcomed to their home by graduate
United States and when his Bogota, Columbia, where they met Col. Guil- the French couple. approximately 50 swimmers school attending at Southern summer this session. Z SPEEDS
with this
visa ran out went to Columbia registered group, several MANUAL
We Joined him there. already having completedthe Mrs Konneker will visit her REVERSIBLE
Then, he entered the U. S. and Padilla was present at the Injured early In WWII while couture houses He.r shops 20 mile requirements. Students parents later this month. At a use IN WINDOW, ........
served with the Army, In Europe moving-in ceremony Monday serving with the French Army, were named "Odette's Cout- must swim the course' in present she and her son, Clayton '. ON FLOOR. ITC. '.yy.
after which he became at the Lltharda' and was pleased : he spent some time in a German ure" segments of 440 yards. During are at Cedar Brook, N. J, AS EXHAUST COOLS ,"'"w.
American citizen and' now that they are happy with prison camp. Already Lithard has four the first three miles they visiting her sister and brotherinlaw UP TO i ROOMS
an works with Air Frrnce In New the area since he r Is so fond of Mrs. Lithard has bright red French pupils That he Is agile are permitted rest periods but Mr and Mrs. Robert GUARANTIEDkJ. .14 66'
Llthard said. it. in switching from one language after that each 440.yard segment Spiegel tS
York hair, large expressive eyes and She will assume her dutiesat ....... ?
That explains their being In Lithard, a native Alsatian, is a wide smile On Monday she to another was evident must b( completed with
the U. S., but not In Venice. large, smiling man with reddish was In the Florida uniform of Monday He spoke to his wifein out interruption Newark State in September.
TJthard went on: "Our blond hair. He learned shorts and halter and was unable French his friend Col! Pa. She is currently teaching
friend, Col. Guillermo Padilla German and French while Alsace to show any of her couture dilla, in Spanish, and to the three mornings and five after
baker's dozen others In a week with Dave Murray Swim In
wee a student In a French was being "swapped"back creation. since they were present noons 0-70
clan I was teaching at Unl- and forth between Germany all still packed in boxes and English in a running unruffled and Miss Leet assisting o/ I
and Lithard' conversation His German, If enough registrations are
venally of Gavarlana In Bog France during cases. Ui11 'E
ota and came to Miami some youth. He learned Span though, wa' 't needed, but completed at Venice Gardens WaterAT .. : .
time ago He didn't care for ish and English in school andperfected Her career began as a childIn probably will soon get a work- oool the will also conduct senior .,.. #
her mother's workroom and out and! and junior life saving class '
as Europeans
that location so came over the former duringhis more more .r .. I
here and bought a home in stay in Bogota His English she later trained at the haute "discover" Venice es there. At her home she will Warm Mineral
----- conduct other life CAR
Sorrento Shores. Is excellent, with Just the T one junior
"We kept In touch so whenwe "right amount" of accent. saving class this year, I
to the Lithard's teaching in Paris Also contemplated Is a water Springs 'I.
decided to come
,
United States to live, he told was In several lysees and colleges Two Assembly Of God Youths safety instructor course il SEATe
in this was a wonderful plate: where he taught natural enough swimmers over 18, who 12 Mil. South of Venice
and here we are." sciences and language.OoMfcllw have passed senior life saving( On US, 41 I
or want to renew their WSI SPRING CUSHIONED
Leave On Caribbean CrusadeTwo a CONTOURED FOR .
-- ---- ----
SAFETY IELTS .
t NON-5AO Jf!!
Nokomis girls, Misses be purchased were Bibles DRUGSTORES LONO.LASTIKO
Csi Sharon Curry and Mae Dean Food was donated by the lifti : 1

dti Poynter, celebrated Sharon's I churches in the United States
July, 1 birthday by departing The Assemblies of God 144
aN for Nassau on the "Youth Witha churches hope to establish 1.95 :
Mission" Assembly of God churches there with sites already Restaurant SpecialsTHURSDAY VALUE 7
crusade. picked for IS of them '
i } The 130 American youths The islanders have begun a "
taking part sailed from West fund to assist 4_
Palm Beach for the Bahamas And both admit their boyfriends -
where they will spend two are worried, since MEAT BALLS & SPAGHETTI....... 82c
d' W months doln missionary workon there are both young men and .tJl& I
1 t ar the Islands.Spearheadinc. women in the crusade VBAR.B.9- -

sI ea'o this undertaking The only thing Sharon really SPARE RIBS .................... 82c
I III The Rev Loren Cun- minded was having to leave on SUNDAY-
)
nlneharo of Park her birthday. Being 18 only .
Monterey ,
Fashion Chicken & 99c 1.DIKSULAUD
4 Calif Dave Wllkerson author :, happens once: and home ,till Old Dumplings
o t'' A' of "The Cross and the SwltrhblAde" seemed the place to be when Choice of Soup or Juice Vegetable Salad i if
who has achieved national that major event occurs Coffee or Tea Dessert
'dy d4 XeT Fti fame for his work with The girls will return on August a '
y / in New York will 31. ___ II BAG
tconnpers : ':
hand the Florida group '
... _
-
ti "This Is patterned after the
4'
Peace Corns set-un in that we I "THUMO FROST" ZIPPERED
shall stay In the villages wherewe tj< work," Mae Dean said The MADE Of SCUrr-PROOF WATER
::
teams will consist of six VINYL

f; h irt,% youth, with an evangelist In J49 "-4 I
charge of every four teams. .

'$ The votm missionaries will 1- ..j..1- VALUE 1.95 . . . . t" <4
; r visit the various towns on 50 :,
----- _..- Islands passing out literatureand _. "\''+', "" ,:,,, ,' _A-......... -a' :,
( photo" kr lob Ohnufcrf) Invitation to attend" spec ; RUG SERVICES h \:
.t'i
ial evsrwllstle! services oneach ,
MISSIONARY WORK In the Caribbean will occupy the time the HOME FURNISHING \\\1
inland Among places '7. 1
.
for shown I, e PATIO SHOP $
the next two months for Miss Mae Dean Poynter, they will visit are the Bahamas
locating the work field on the map, and Miss Sharon Curry. Turks! Calcos Caymans e FREE DECORATING -
The two Nokomis girls left July I for West Palm Beach where and the Dominican Re- : e ACCESSORIES kwLk' ,
they met other members of the Assembly of God churches public. e GIFT IDEAS . .,.I .
"Youth With a Mission." They went on to Nassau for a "We meet for a week's trainln >'
week's training before beginning the crusade of pre-evangelia- ,
Thursdav,
In Nassau
< on t GAL
tlc work on SO Caribbean Islands They will return Aug. 31. Mae Dean said "After that 84u A

we take off In our groups for a + SUFERTHERM Z ,
... .- the actual work." '"
"It has been Impressed! upon COOLER
'
us that this won't be easy" I HOUSE OF FURNITURE I ,,
Sharon said "Homesickness C KEEPS LIQUIDS HOT
BIG hardships and hard work ore 421 S. Tamiami Tr. Venice OX COLD LONGER '
whit we have been promisedbut I DRIPLESS SPOUT I
At Venice Shopping Center .
.d we are looking forward to f e> UNtREAKARLEPLASTIC J1' <
t- 'It myway" i .. j>-'K"-- I LINER
J b.BOA The equipment and two .i RUSrPROOl'.oh.. .... 'lit'. tl.. to
. planes and five boats for transportation SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARSWE'RE ,
have largely been C
donated The Rev Victor Maurice w'i fi,1Y'Lu.69
.. 'ft" -= .
pastor of the Venice Assembly __.1'U
i Bl rgP of God Church said.
Among the things that had to '"" '

SMALL ,


BOAT .
MOVING- \_ f"

,
.

'EN.a

...LOANS FOR ALL TYPES B ciui. of your past patronageand FOLDIHS .

to better serve Insurance a ,r' '
your ; WITH MATTRESS
And whether your heart is set on a new .

boat,a new outboard motor,boat trailer, needs; we are moving to. large, r r ;h ''; e ULUMINUM TU.INaeoNraucnox A

or all three this summer; See, us today ?L r"dMfr t VIRGIN" {rOMTTRf { WITH ;

about a money-saving modern and completely air-conditioned MCAVY DuTVTICKINCII V
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LOW-COST BOAT LOAN! office. .. a JUNE 29, 1964 CNOININaN4.{aXTRA.01x0: {De y

Quick service, conveniently COMFORT '"a'a ,
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arranged" payment c plan toolfIWST .: : l j <

",. /If "MI, ,.If IIMICI ,

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1712 South TamiamI Trail
WNICI., AOIIIA Venice Garden
}* w" N : Directly opposite ,

rose NOs IONkr awe

.... ass.... STATE FARM INSURANCE' COMPANIES HUGH , McPHERSON, AGENT 4M4M7 .-

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VENICE/ FLORIDA THURSDAY :"JULY 2,
TEN THE GONDOLIER a_, ... ,11on
T NEW LOW PRICES-ON ALL BEER I *, lOW PRICES on all POPULAR SOFT DRINK-
a, Diet,Drinks, 7-Up, Canada Dry
PREMIUM BEER POPULAR BEER FAVORITE BEER INCLUDING: Coca-Cola Pepsi-Col I
ow MtiwauUo. Busch Land other popular soft drinks.
Barvarian, Carlln pi Canadian.. OLD MILWAUKEE K REGULAR SIZE KING SIZE
I\ BUDWEISER MILLERS Ace Silver ,., , U-OZ.
Natl. Bahamian -Ballantin Tropie.l/ IUSCH IAVARIAN I 6 pak C 6 pak C 6 pak C
6 pak : 6 pak carton carton 3 3 carton 3 5

1 2-oz. $| is ib 98 C bottles 12-01. 7 jjc clopo&If!I.. w A. Awr _::

j can I2;!!. J&, a & I I Pkl t:S EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIK CHEK Sl OKU VENICEcans

I -

Prices W.WI Be
Good
SAVf JOd-UMff ONI WITH OTHCT PURCHASES CKST
RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER Wednesday Thursday Friday, dosed S.July All, 4tiOpo Day Tooth Paste == 49c

9 tfn.STORE to 9 DJIU HOURS Mon.:thru Fr?. July 1, 2, 3 >RofJar.Homv. SAVE 17cl CRACm GOOD
9 un. to 7 p.m.5.1. '' land 0' SBnsbine Pies 3 loo
Jumbo
W-D BRAND U. 5. CHOICE: BEEF SAi. !t SAVE Scl VAN CAMPSTENDER

BONELESS RUMP,SIRLOIN TIP OR BOTTOM ROUND 4 B uller Io!

nOH'U.. 99 Roust u 99 'L Pork SAVE Sc THRIFTY a Beans MAID LARGE 4 $100

SIRLOIN OR BONELESS TOP ROUND
CHUCK,SHOULDER OR BRISKET POT BONELESS Cw

TENDER Steaks FLAVORFUL CHUCK IkLk 99c Roast . 79c Ins/ 49 c Sweet Peas 2303 hsr 25(


S lea k s 59 Slew BEEF PLATE>' 1ge flout i. Oee With$S .. '
. . .. More Oder l\ .
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COLONIAL or DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR > THROW AWAY .
RIB OR FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAK .I T BOTTLES .
ALE or

B I'

Angel FoodCake ! 6PIdhL8 .
(; 12 Pak2 oi.
Per 89 C FISCHER'S MILWAUKEE

5 Ibs.I 49c Pound/ ScHE E p $149 8ge s TOP N VALUE

12.0=. Size Gift,' Catalog
TARNOWS DELICIOUS L Limit Two Your dwkoWitkOtiwrParcliuoi

Ground Beel Skinless Wieners 35c. w Now( our AnBath Stew


Chub 3.Lb.Pak $I 29 1-Lb. Pk. 39c L


Holiday Meat Buys I RofuIarorLowCalorto.
SAVE 45cl THRIFTY MAID SLICEDPeaches
-- ..-.r--__ ___ _.. CHEK %
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I VIRGINIA BRAND 5 N;Cant 2Ya $I 00
D Limit Five Drinks ;
sill B 39cSAVE
aeon L. 4c1- VAN CAMP'S PORK AND

GOVT.BtWIII.S INSP.GRADE"A GEORGIA.mo'. C<tiRamovd SHIPPED. FRESH. ,.SPLIT,.9 Beans I B No.Limit Please 300/ _Can lOc __e 15 12 ez $loo '

) FRESH MEATY PORK SAVE 20cl LIMIT ONE YOUR CHOICE WITH $1 OR MORE ORDER f Uaut Ti
Steaks ,,,. .4ge Flour PILLSBURY 5 1&. 3ge ,
:J.
vwrtijAT*** SPICED LUNCHEON TI PAK Bag
SAVE 33c1 HAWAIIAN (RED OR YELLOW)
Bolognam' 12 ox.Pkg. tge oGEORGIAFULLYCOOICEDSEMI.BONELESSLYKES
Punch 4 umK ie $100 + T/t"I/JJ/ / ,
4 to 5" Your Choice WIIIIt Tea Gob
B ,.... 6ge
ams A kWD SAVE 8el THRIFTY MAID TOMATO
BRAND FRESH FROZEN GOVT.INSP.GRADE"A lit Ldl. ..II I.!!K! -' MIlk
'I THIGHS,BREASTS,DRUMSTICKS C I. --5c .
L"
I lelit Four
:, r"ue"Pa"ls..4ge. a m . .& THRIFTY ,NHP
I r
MAID

I jJ 1CK NS 1C ICS \ PET *a NO. iCharcoal
; , ';\fR R : Super Brand EYAP.TdCaae 25eI'
.)\ } .
PALMETTO FARMS BAR.B.OUE BAKED .... 1 $ ( ol daodu Ct $u39c 6 .. ,
I Ice o _
j I'\, Beans. .1 I.* ClIp ,; , \

:: PILLSBURY CRESCENT Cream '. 4\l''

, I Rolls 8.1.C. Z ge SWEET SANTA ROSA CABOT

Cheese 14.(0,291 1 Plums 'Ib. )19c ,Half Gal. 4ge Brigeenee eFj

I SUPERBAND COTIAOECheese
C 20 >IIa... 79(
55 I
"-ClIp FANCY GOLDEN YELLOW .

Biscuits6 CRACKIN GOOD 8 J'uicy' Lemons doL 29c
! Holiday Frozen Food Buys
PALMETTO FARMS PIMIENTO CHEESE : .
I fiUt tfiuX i3s' Si3UK3i- *fK ,3SiKfHf3S*i Ki;K ,_,K Su
Spread. ***, 59 THIN SKINNED .
FARMHOUSE FROZEN

: PALMETTO FARMS POTATO Tres h Limes dolo cCream Pies 3 '- $100

.'\rI Salad 14 ez Cup39c MORTON FROZENMeat
>
J I UN.NNJlNO.l1/I Pies 5 Fer $1
.
! SO....EXTRA..._TOP,....VALUE.........STAMPS........ FREE 200 EXTRA GARDEN GATE FROZEN SLICEDStrawberries
lied/ TOP VALUE STAMPS The Smart ,....
i '
':t '.1"f; FoaaidoMor "p:: 89c Whk nb CM,M sad n.MM hMlMM rfCUEIIEK 1-: 3: 'kilo $100
ft IVU nNNBWAIIMM. For Good !
e.dw.nch.hawl..aarl.rw. .... LIBBY'S FROZEN PINK OR REGULAR
', C.qv.ld Ikfwgk My I c , t I j;;J1p I {{"I w1 'NtmW"rm Y I J Lenanade c.IOC

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50. EXTRA.. TOP.VALUE. STAMPS .EXTRA..._fOP VALUE. STAMPS SO.IXTIA..fOP....VALUE.... STAMPS.. SO EXTRA FOP VALUE STAMPS SO EXTRA I
,J Uk U mmtt 4 .nkM of e'M M M*k ywdMM .. .. ... COP VALUE STAMPS
, Hot Shot HOUM & Kraft M..t..we..t.o-........ e"..r' 98 .5 h a r.v..d M.hn." ;::>,it wItIt hit-.*.... wd..5
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,, 61r/N Boob' 'c-" $139 1(50( SpaghotdkCMtWlM w.... 49c hce4Aa ..h Cto 69 1i i Rake4Hale Tarnow Sllcad'..Cooked.; 69 or VSdSteelu Cook Quick"BroododPAGE .
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CE.FLOrJAHUSDAV.JULY2t9&4! \

THE GONDOLIER PAGE ELEVEN



I Julyd Traffic Mishaps To Take Annafe. loll 1 --


Economic lei resulting Motor Club, predicted today. fast." -

I IIII from July 4 accident this year "Despite all the warnings, if "Speed too fast for condit-

will equal the cost of building American motorists art as Irresponsible I' lone was a factor In half of I

200 completely equipped new as they were lent last year's Independence Day 1

schools capable of providing year during the Fourth of July accident." _
facllltlei for 150,000 =- -- -----
youn, holiday, they will cost the nation

stOre, Frederick J. Gas ert Jr., some 500 lives, 25,000, Injuries YOUR NEW
lafetr director ot the Allirtate and a property loss of


CLASSIFIED I Rtntnlt Female Help Wanted Business Personals Legal approximately Dessert pointed $100 out. million," ; CARby

"Most driven never atop to LOW
RATES 1M 'rHa OOUNT 1t1IW1..1 COGS
realize that
-WANTED traffic accidents
TYPEWRITERS -
4'E TO "SSvS" WOMAN : and Adding Df AIOD Poll .RA8OT. COUNTY,
LoU With own transportation. To Machines (mechanically operated nrl IN PROUD: are as costly a. they are trag
Rat**, both Thursday ) Chemically cleaned IN IORTATI OrLAWIENCE ic. Last year during the Bill Phillips
Ch.rqe in
LOW SUMMER come 5 er t evenings a Weak .. PATOIA5 Tteses.LPeb.t.
and Monday Edition or Rats Weekly Prepare dinner I for family of I like new. Just $12.30\ plus parts rila.. *. TIM Fourth of July holiday V. S. Rise Brakes will runic PRICESON
monthly. Furnished or tin. If required. All makes. Venice ROTOr TO mron-ORB motorists smashed their way drum-type brakes on aU new
51.50 furnished. Worthington Apartments two. On Casey Key. Please Stationers. 211 W. Venice TO ALL CREDITORS: AND PERiON to five
give references and Ave. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDs an estimated economic loss U. S. made cars within
across from Venice compensation 4R86111 AOAINST. SAID MTATElTn : of $120 million," dessert stat years The 1965 models will ALL
Shopping Center. Stop In or desired. With Q. J., Box ara harabr notl'Ud ft ramHraa1
word minimum ed. each
maker
((12 ) phone 4882410. 748, VenIce.WAITRESs.. Ie tlla any .1."". ar arnianrf whkhj youar have one car by
Additional Wonh; .ich 60 Instruction ... .ia.a amlnit INs P.00... *f LAW. "The shocking thing about using a newly U. S. developed GENERALELECTRIC

LARGE COTTAGE, completely FULL Or part s.RCNOI,._! I Ooiintf FAT-WAS., riorla-a TiH.aaait.In ..lata offlaaof .of this record loss Is that mostof type: disc brake.
CASH both Thursday furnished In Laurel. $35 time. Apply to Venice Yacht FRENCH GERMAN SPANISH Hon. JOHN T ORAHAaf. laMaoUTntntr it could have been avoided" How about a turnpike toll
re M. per Club after lessons for beginners tvAn, la the Coantr CeartHOIIM the Allstate Motor Club the toy
11 san.Student. safety ? Spring-operated,
month. No run
.
end Monday Edition pets or children. and advanced '! It Saraaola, Florid*, within at CENTRAL ,
Ph. 488-4909 8-5 by qual'fledteachers. ralandar ...nlho) frftm tht Aala. of UMflrH chief declared. "The loss was pistol lobs quarters six feet '
488-8819
$1.40 8-8 p.m. Call 488-1497, 1214 aubllaatlM I of tkh Notloa mainly the result of driver Into the toll box. Kids love 'y
or write .
p.m. Mary A. Mango Ave. Venice. luk alalm or aman4 must to In '
Ads HEATINGAND
Beach, P. 0. Box 61J Venice. wrltlnr. aad In atallaatai I ...11 atata thaplara negligence and irresponsibil them.
of raaManta sf00.. ..> I
sod volt a Ity. Your teen-agers ready to
-1'2( word m'nlrmim') LeQa! d... of th. Claimant ahall fca awor !
Words. Be BUILDING VACATIONING to br tha Claimant kit Moot w h.. attnmar "Drivers who display an Irresponsible drive Be sure they take a
Additional *ecn Call 468-3802 for 1 bedroom 28" BICYCLE, $10. Max i ...11 ba aanompanlad bjr a II,00 and independent driving course in high schoolIf
Howard. Ilf Till COUNtY JUOr-E'1 rOUIT III Hint fra, and aaah lulra damand
or
For Aim In.e.. *... t a IS..5. apartment near Venice Beach Phone 4883188. AND Poe "aUOTA COuNTY, not ao 'Had ahall sup bo 001. Tra fllln. faa attitude on the road do not belong possible, or fro n a professional AIRCONDITIONING
"> 5 alum ., II aaatl Reasonable.COMFORTABLY. FLORIDA. IN PBOBATB) ma. bo .d to tha amount of U, on the highway this' teacher. It's best not to
nSnafw. **a .-... .S ,,,.N is YEAR OLD girl wishes to IN rUCt: semis OFEdward claim, and alalm form. mar bo obulnodfrom I
.. InmUia akaraaftaf. 1 Ma>llll. DatmucM Uia County Judira'l offlr.CBRTRUDB .' Fourth of July holiday or any try to teach them yourself.
"Vaarrta. **... S. II ...Ie 0 FURNISHED sell woman's shoe skates. NOTim TO CREDITORS It PATRIAC.I' other time. It's this type ofdriver Good old Hplndletop. An historic
.. f tM Ooadallat P O. 3 TO ALL CRFDITOHS: AND PPRROD8 Admlnlatratrte of th. EataUof I
ida far room apartment $6 5 Wooden wheels, size 6tt. Good
per
... ..... to ...1_ la alaaatTUda. HAVING CLAIM OR DEMANDS Lawranoa .. f atrlaa.Attornari we usually see following oil well in Texas, it came
month year around. 417 Me- condition. $12. Venice 488-1629. AGAINST SAID ESTATE D......... too closely, making unstg- : gushing up during 1901 to EQUIPMENT
nendta.VACATIONER'S. Vim ar* ...'.. aotlfla4, and raqulradto BRASWELt BROWN,
...... naled moves, suddenly changing swing car power from steamto
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! III* sup .l.I er .d which roumar Vanlaa-Nokomla Sink SUf\ ,
HATE: Washing Windows Let .. ... ..... ,
hava ,.1. th of 111I. Von Florida. lanes and traveling too gasoline. CALL TODAY
One Edition, par Inch $3.00 NOT ICE. Tom do 'em. (Plus those oth. I. Madlll, Dacaaaad, lata of 1._ FuklUhl Jun 11. II. II and July. t. 1MNOTICB < feel ten feet tal11That'l i
loth Editions, per Inch $3.50 Completely furnished 1, 2, 3 er odd Jobs) Tom Landgraf, Conntr, Florida. I IB tk' offlo. of Km. Florida, ...,... ron and rack of ron Like to FOR ESTIMATES
JOHN T. GRAHAM SuraaMa Oovntr OF INTENTION TO aa Drfonilanta. .aaokln to ,tIt tOll to how you feel when you
room apartments and bath, including Phone: 488-2659 After 5:00: JiKtfa, In th)* Oonntr: Court Koua* at REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME too Plaintiff to tha bora. .... .... raalnropartr roll into driveway with
adi payable? 'In utilities and linens Saraaota, Florida, within all aaltndarmonth ''h. andaralfnad torn "baraby aorllfythat loaatod. 0 la Baraaota Coantr your
elanlfied p.m.
All from th* dst* at the rice Bubllratlon ha .U oondiiatlni a drlva In Matauha Florida.Yoa your own new Ford or Mus-
advance except *Ibll.h.d! Weekly $10-'15-20; Monthly of thIs Notloa, "sot bu.ln, .t V..I.. Florid. ,udor ... karooy rwralrad, to flla yourwrltttn There's nothing like it!
$30-33.$63. Call 4883447. even. WANTED: Lawns to mow by Each claim, .. damand. set .. hiwrltlnr : fletltnma nan of DOG M SUDS anawer or othar dataiiaM to ,.idCooplulut tang. l W Wj ',r RM$,
.ccountw. and la aupllaaMt ahall sos* OF YEN 1C! and that ..Id firm b You could lick the world! And
with tk* Dark of th* Circuit
logs 474-2569. 504 and CIS AT- reliable college student. Rea. tha plaoa af naldanoa and mat offloaaddraa ............ of tOot followlnr. paraona whoaanamaa Court la 10_ Florida. and tn see. wait until the neighbors come
made Road. sonable.. References. Dial +884071. a* th. Claimant ahal I b* worn and plaa' of naldanoo IrS .. 5 ,".. .OPT tkanof to HARRY A.
CANCELLATION or to ar Ik* Claimant' hla uant or CC.osmp. ron...iWILLIAM YAROES, .it.vov for 71.1.0515. Sd.. over to admire your car Isn'tIt
I ahall b. aMonpanlad kr a m.TOTT.: KM U Com .. ... talked
3 BEDROOM HOUSE the a 5,0 5op 005 VoIpu 71,414. on or about time you with
ADJUSTMENT on II M flllnt fa*, and anr ...11 lalm. oraaund DrI... Vantoo. Florid. bell,.* tba lOtS, dar of July, IM4 or
Request for cancellation water. Nicely furnished I WILL TAKE CARE of not ao fllad. ahall b* Told, T>. Owlurallp DOO M IUDI Of VTO-: k aaffar ...*. 0000..... N U aoa.faaaad us here at BILL PHILLIPS
aaa your fllln' fa* k t th ICE: h flIeetWILUAR II.I'I" e
NPC. Phone 488-3681. Mar *I..IId amount aa acalnat you and a Datraa ProConfaaao FORD in Venice about that
or adiintment beeauieof most precious possessions, of lI'. and forma mar .b:* ob- 0. ELLIOTT. 100%. ntrod tlianon and for aaldaction
Reliable I tolaad. front tha Conntr Juilfa'. ofrlo. It 5 la air Intmtlo* u a' lr la tOe t* prooaad ,arpart agalnrt yoa.DONB new Ford, Falcon or Mustang'Drlvlnr
sit.Janice
error must be made' for 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, air conditioned experienced baby KATHARINE: B. MADILL.aa Clark of tha Clnult Conrt ia and for AND ORDERED this INtO day too low Is as dangerous COOUN'
Thursday Gondolier BEFOREI and furnished, in ter. Jessup, 438-8698. Enaeutrll of th. latat Saraaota Conner Florid, to rarhtarth. of Joo too fast! True,
tilt. as driving
f
Edward I. Madlll. sole nama DOO N SUDS OF VIN- A. WYN1:11.: Clot of
p.m. on Monday. For Mon- Venice, $00 per month. Writeor JOB WANTED. Cal James Daaraaad. ICE vndar Oia prortaiona of ChantorK to,. Circuit Court.BBTTY When you're 'Just cantering
4. Gondolier BEFORE S phone Earl Bond WA8-4381, Attornari BLAIR AND DEAN H. Low of FleIdo. Aota of 1141. K. STIERE: D.C. along be sure to stay In the 744 VENICE AVE. E.
Llnderman at 488-4609. Full 117 H.,.. StraatPublUaadl Wlta_, Cord thai. llth day. Juno HARRY A. YAROER ,
en Thundey. Rt. 3, Box 884X, Arcadia, .Fla., time if possible if not will take v.eI.. Fleuldi" ..... Box 103 Vanlea Florida. farthest right lane. Slow
,
p.m. and give references. . tm IS, U, Jolr I. C. lees WILLIAM 0 ELLIOTT rubllibodl Juno IS II. Jolt f. S, 1MI accidents too. PH. 438.5359rT.
PHONE part time work. PubHakan1 ..... 1.. U. July t. t. 19.4 ers cause
IN TBS COUNTY JDDT.rs COURT many states you can drlV.1 .
TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by IN AND FOR SAKASOTA COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ticket for driving too I.[ :
488-3125 year. Completely furnished. Auto For Sale FLORIDA IN PROBATE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I ; I"
Probate Flla Na. 7(51DT FLORIDA IN AND FOB SARASOTA the left hand lanes. .
Automotlc heat and aIr con RCl ESTATE: : OF COUNTY j

ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. 1963 CHEVROLET Pickup. 11,. SAMUEL .BOBMBTEiy. : TN CHANCERY .
..
Real' EstateHELP Tampa St.. close to stores 000 miles. A-l. Overload NOT leI TO CRIO"OIlIl ARDRIA M.Caa UPCLUY. No. IT:,TM WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. I

Tel. 4881321. springs, hydraulic, lift gate, TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Flalntlff
HA VI NO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ... RAMBLER DODGE
$1,630. Jim Ponder
me move the hundreds 488-6508 AGAINST SAID ESTATE GRAHAM .. WALKER
hIS S. TamiamI Trail 488-3965 -431-6150
Toa ar* tarabr notltlad and Noulradto Dafandant
invest Misc. Sale
of fine buildingand For
flla u .... daiwad which Noriri or purr \
r or roamar
ment lots we have in this area Boats For Sale han ...1... the ......* of Bamual STAn: OF FLORIDA SPECIALIST ''N. .
-city and suburban. List your AMATEUR RADIO equip BornatalB, ,,.,". tote of SaraaotaCountr COUNTY OF lARA ROTA ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Florida la tk offlM .
of H. To GRAHAM B. WALKER taMoneaunknown
South Venice Iota with us We ment. Hammarlund HQ 170 BEAUTIFUL Mahogany, 17ft. JOHN T. GRAHAM. Saraaota Countr | Brat. Rspalr Lubricate Chaitit
in movin' em. Can Bruce F. Receiver and Heathkit DX60 I Trojan runabout 40 HP I....*. la th* Cooatr Court If..... atSaraaoU Laat known odd.. .., .1. Koom Old S Front End AliqnmentFront Oil Change
Johnson electric American Florid*, within all ealandarntontha W....... Bulldln. liT USalH 8U
Thompson at Gulf Realty. X-Mitter. Price $240. Write Box I from Oh. dat* of the II..' publleatioa Cklean, IIICRAHAM End Overhaul Adjust Headlights' Beami
Trailer, Fully equipped for of tbl.. Nod... .. .
Phon* Dar 488-6733, Nile 4885838. 642, Nokomis. WALKER.!: wkoM addraaa
Wheel Electrical
skiing or pleasure. $1,300.: Ph. Baak *lalm ar danand nuat .k* lawrlllni .la unknown. If allvo, and If daoaaaad. Balancing Repairs
and In duplleaUi ahall atat .. .. tba nknwn h..... ,.._, Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard .
Tri-Counfy Equipment Co. 488-5653 or see 845 Riviera. pla** of raaldana. and poat offfe adaraaa .. crantaaa tranton or otkar portlaa ...1....
of tk. Claimant ahall b Radio Repairs TransmissIon
i aworato I ln| kr. tkroucn. vndor or nalnt aookdaoMaad Repair
Lots For Sal BELL RD. SARASOTA br tk* Claimant, ., kli aint or biaattorney Dofandanl: If llrai I and Ifdaad
FLA.
I Lost l shotS .k* locompanlad kr a .. the, .. inklow h...... .bttaaa, Mtrantaaat Airconditionlng Repair and 'InstallationCompare
755-5705 II.. LOT IN BAY POINT. Nokomis. I damand not ao It.... ahall .k.* ..lei, Th.rllln. to h... lop rlrkt tnla. or J. W. MOORE -
Mile from beach. Block west This week specfa/s; / on SOLITAIRE EMERALD KING fa* mar k* ....d", t* th. amount I........ la tha pfaDortr aaraia daaankad,
of .1,1.. and .100, forma mar ba obUlaad to ..It,
of U. S. 41. Value $1,230. Make II Wayne Air Compressor and diamond wedding ringon from the Countr Judtaa .500.,. ix* it ..k... !n. orjtr vnrw PLUMBING CO.
offer. Ph. 488-8839. Nokomis Beach off pavilion NONA GOLDENSTBINa SECTION OF VENlCt u per Pill !
Reward. Contact The Gondolier Eaarutrla of .. Eo..,. Book t. Pa.aa 7T 11*. hblle Harbor UflM On The Trail
of SAMUEL BORN81EIN.Attorawl ROto.0. of OsweetO Om..tr. 1'10.,.,
CHICKERING Studio size ,Piano '
LOTS LOTS LOTS $100 NeWS aoer. 1>00_'" Top .n' 01 ... Ito .CeeCt TRUCKS
down. waterfront and bench. Excellent con. BRAS WILL BROWNVaalaaNokoml arallr .,dfl.d. ...., AStORIA M. LvPLI.LRY RADIO EQUIPPED
Easy terms
dition. $600. Phone 488-3522 *f- .* Bank Bids. flOod I.. ....... C-plol..t I 10tho 488-4450
Venice Gardens. Others Business Personals P. 0. Bex 147 C00OVII. Coarl .r 5ee.ots Coof 51. PHONE Get the best car rental deal fmmECONDCAR
I blocks from shopping center \ ter 4 p.m. V..,... Florida IMMPubllakl
Joe U. Julr I, I. i,. 1N4
and schools, 1995. So. Venice
Pianos
lots I JUST RETIRED as director of IN THE!! COURT or THE COUNTY LAMP SHADES
$10 down $10 month. Buy I I Steinway Knrbe Everett finance and accounts with UDG!. SARASOTA COUKTY. EXQUISITE LAMPS AND

now, build later. Byron Markle, George) Stock Winter Cable one of largest housing aut'sorl.ties FLORIDA

Realtor. Phone 488-4706. I Nelson Fayette S. Cable of the United States. Wide fn Fa Katat IN of,PROBATE! e EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY the only difference Is the low price
Hallett & Davis HCLEN BUGUKN.< D..auad.
vr'ur' TRADITIONALLet
) ResroRNCB torsVFMCIt financial and accounting experience. .PJO'o INTENTION TO MAXI

CALL, LOU! RUBIN JACOBS.IS* SITE.at 1117 I Musette Pianola Players Players accounting. Your social bookkeeping security, APPLICATION, DISCHARGE FOR FINAL M ifyle your favorite vase Offers you MORE Costs you LESS

Notla. la ,
karabr (Iran that I kanfllad beautiful lamps.
ceramic Into
ilK INLET Seawalled private Organs- withholding tax, unemployment mr final raport .. ... ... of thaaatato or "
Allen Lowrey of HELEN: O. SUDDEN daoaaaadi FREE Pickup or I You Save up to 40%
boat basins E L. Kilton. compensation) etc., dune III.. I .... fllad mr patltlan for final t e ffewWna e R'afyll"9
Bayshor Drive. Nokomis ,COMPLETE!: SELECTION OF on a monthly or quarterly dlaekam. and that .. tk. Ilk dar. of All Lamp ftepows I Delivery Credit cards honored :i
REBUILT, RECONDITIONED basis, Reasonable fees Your Jot,, A D, 1M4, I will I applf Hon.orakla I

Houses For Sale AND FULLY GUARANTEED I business held strictly confidential. Florida CountJndn, for approval; of of sold. final tolhJ.raport. Work by Experienced Designers and Safety Seat.Belts By the hour, day, ,;

PIANOS AND ORGANS I Call evenings, 488-181)3) and for final dl..h.... a* Enaontor of I Craftvnen I Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month "
FROM *i:: tk* aatata .. HELEN C. 8UGDKN, ..-

NEW Choice, RICHMOND Buckeye. Florida's! Largest Music Co." RUBBER STAMPS made to or. :' 4.0' dor of As,'.. Aft, lH. THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I II
loca I
Venice
Gardens MUSIC CO. H A BRASWCLL I
lion Water and Central CANNON der. Overnight service. Office E.Mutor of th* .: ." of Drive our New
sewer. 1301 1st St., personal, pocket or stock HELEN 0. SUGDLN.PuklUkl I 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
9
heat 9
& air conditioned garage, OpP. Florida Theatre 488-1432. D......... automatic shift
tile roof, concrete drive. All Jura 11, 11. II Julr I, IIU.
Thurs & Frl. til 9 .
Formica Open p m.. 2-door VALIANTS. $3
kitchen $14.730. Easy Ph. 9G8-101" IN iNS COUNTY JUDGES COURT "..1-.,
(financing. Immediate occu IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. Also other fins pol I
Dressmaking alterations, draperies FLORIDA IN PROBATEIN ................ '" ,UII lot 24 hra,
pancy. Phone Mr. O'Kearn, Help Wanted JOE, ;... BUM or CHRYSLER PRODUCTSat
488-3218 or 488-1474. ete. reasonable 488-11JO MARY B. REEVES, No. Tees LAKE VIEW/ GOLD MEDALION ,I.. pnssl.s..I por sits
n-ooct, slightly higher rates.:

I I BDR. BArMAnr. .. SKMINOLC.UNUSUAL CUSTOMERS NEED ServiceIn TO ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CREDITORS AND OTHER MODEL HOMEIN
IIANDY IURIJRRAN RIVAI'Y. Venice or Charlotte Co, PERSONS: HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
CALL, LOU ..JACOB' "'-1'" full or part time.' Earn 83.ISO\ SHEPARD THE: ABOVI ESTATE) GARDENS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
You ... harabr notlflad and nqulradto BEAUTIFUL VENICE
hourly and up. For Information (II* Mr .1...... or damanda which
CUSTOM BUILT
home write Rawlalgh. FA O 863 2003, LUMBER CO. ee a ar 'kav. ...1... .. sold ... Desires family to really enjoy RENT A CAR, DIAL 483-1096
2 bedrooms 2 baths, m the silt. of tho Countr Jude ofSaraaoU FLORIDA LIVING AT Irs FINESTI
screened and fenced Memphis, Tenn. '1003 Blvd. County, Florida. In th* Court
porch Washing
Patio. .how at 10....... Florida, within .1..1.II EZ TERMS NO CLOSING COSTS GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER
Venice 488J678.
Gardens, ACTIVE REAL ESTATE Office Sarasota ( ) aalitdar .month from tha dat oftk
wants live-wire licensed real oaR flrat aublloatlnt of thIs 0011,. Each Air Conditioned Electric Heat Pump

SALE estate salesman. Reply J. C., ELLIOTT PAUL slob.. a*,damaitd and mual nuat...k.*.In tk writing.. placa I Inauflloata ofraaldana Two Large Bedrooms Two Tiled Baths Venice Shopping Center

BY OWNER. Well-kept Box 744. Venice. and set *ffla* ....... of th* 31' I'I Screened lanaI 31' x ,14' Carport
home. t CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES SUMMER
2 bedrooms, 2 baths. fet tlalmaat, and slotS k loses to kr thooJoIm. ;
Lovely ..... kla aint, ar hla .1........, or WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE I.
landscaping. Walking Male Help Wanted ROOT TRUSSES It will "fcaaM void. aoordlnf to law RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
distance to beach, postoftlce, Alum. Windows I Door PATE' B. ALBRIGHT. IMMfDIATE OCCUPANCY
Stores 505 Granada Ave. Ven BOONE HAZES I8PHORDINQ L Keel builder ph.'488.6653 I taajBijaaj WerWa fartart growing ear rantal. lyatam IjajKaVBal
ice, SOMEWHERE Contract Roofing i fainting" Flerlda' Fown a LIght Bulldl... Harry
Veot.... Florida _
THERE IS A MAN Phone. 488-1132 Venice Attwaan' for th' ISatat. .
'iNE HOME In choice location who wante to make $8,000 per Puullaht. loOp 5. S. 15. W. IMi

of Venice Gardens. 2 year and more working with DISTINCTIVE LARGER t

large bedrooms 1V4! baths. Allo growerS in this area. This manU I

a den that could be used for probably married, sober, ..A.GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION Real Estate Corner ..1:

*n extra bedroom. Large utility honest and Is willing to work D V.

; room, screened porch, car. hard He may be farmtn.r.; him- .. ;

Port etc. Corner lot. Only self. For such a man, we can Member Chamber ol. Commerce

tl>.300. 380 Hillvtew Rd., Phone offer a career with the largest DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE --
48W884. and oldest company in Its -
I field. We will train him work Heating and Air Conditioning INTERESTED? $11,750

SACRIFICE. LEAVING town. I with him, and give him exclusive Heating & Air Conditioning 'Installations INTERESTED ? 2 APARTMENT INCOME

1 bedrooms, 3 baths, split rights to all business la a 3 Bedroom, 2 baths Screened
Go
level home pool beach rights. large area already deve'opeci. Ranges Wafer Heaters Porch, attached carport, Oil Completely Furnished

488649.. with opportunity for advance Free Estimates H. N. Wlmm r Realtor heat Good Financing

mint If you think you qualify No Job Too tig or Too Small 105 East Aurora

CBS S BEDROOMS Florida write freely to Bob Balwln 263 S* Trail. Venice Ph. '488-2271 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent $17,50000 UNFURNISHEDH. I KERMIT L.
room, tile bath. Golden Beach Box 1105 Winter Garden. Fla. .

lectIon. 82a KoberU St. --- -- for Western Union Telegraph N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR

thru Friday to 5 Saturday to I
Monday ;
Rentals Stores Also Located In REALTOR
TIRES l
BRADENTON .nd FORT MYERS CLOSED SUNDAYS
801 Laquna Drive
Ml I W. MiamI Ave.
a BCDROOM: HOUSE, vnfurnlshed. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
Get More Mileage... NEW' MOHAWICS 488-5308 488-4621
Plenty room for ehil. j
USED TIRES. ALL SIUS _
jrtn and >>eta. Phone 4884781. Cat Tire Costs.. GUARANTEED RETREADS 5695 .

L AS LOW AS ........o..o... . '14 C C-

MONEY INVESTED IN THESE LOTS WILL CERTAINLY ,

DO PEOPLE D RADIATORS \ CITY OF VENICE PAY OFF IN A BIG WAY. ,,

VENICE
SOUTH
-bedroom, I Ij' baths, fireplace\ Florida room', Urge screen . .$1200 .
e REPAIRED FLUSHED tI' 6 Lots Corner Roityr ft RelU-AII\ For .. .. .

READSMALL C NEW .. REBUILT '
II. 4 Lott-Large-Corner Bradenton & Geneva ......$1200 I .

ADS? % Budget Terms Price $13,750 5 Lot Extra Large-Tertoiae Martin . . . ... . ..$1500
I
% 31.oteDevosRaod . . . . . . . . . . .... . .$1200 4

WELL VENICE TIKE RADIATOR !t FRANK C. RAEBURN 4 Lot-On Gentian Between WIsteria ft Avaton. . $1400 I


Servlna/ Venice Far I Years a3IJ REALTOR GULF REALTY

YOU ARE!. Phone' TAMPA 488-12S AVE., VENICE In FIA.the "TawerleM"BEHIND THEATRE Garaqe 251 W.:' Vantce A*. Mien 488-IMO 488.249 216 S.T.miaml Tr. P. O. let 935 00000S 48..73. _ _ _


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VENTCE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JULY 2. 1964
TWELVE
THE GONDOLIER: I



I r.' 11 Kiwanis Cop Gulf Little League I Venice State Grouper Soearf Snoopers ishinj MeetThe Attend I


BOWLING Venice Grouper Snooper their first year of competition
Spearfiahinf Team ran into I diving, is looking forward to
I Senior Division Championship tough luck at the state meet the contests which will be held
-. -"" In Jupiter they had trouble again next year. Over the 4th
u 'JVenetian I II finding the right, kind of fish of July weekend club members f OMK BATH OP COURSE,

lu.* partlclpatod.. hi th* IM Pin .r..". Champions of the Gulf Little Kiwanis came up with the win.the second, four more In the to spear. The team comprisedof will sink another 30.foot boaton r> WILL NEVER DO- ,
BUT
.. HOME
pot and who ntor prior to th miles off IS BETTER ,
Bowl roll-off a.. ..11.161.Myakka\ "* League senior division are the nleng run in the 10th on a sin third and five in the sixth Dr. Douglas Williamson, the reef two WAVING
Kiwanis, who won both halvesof gle by Steve Dalton and a Jim Reid and Robin Johnson shore. The marker, which the TWO

flm+..... ICarlr WnaWta toss/ Lanes the split season with a 8-3 double by Richard Blizzard had to push sharks out of their divers discovered last weekendto
Rim -_ baa ohl'.M ...1. mark in the first half and a In the second game, left. Austin Shock way, nudge large Jewfish to have been cut with a sharp v
.a UK bottom twos JuniaMl. DM INdo ... 10-1 record In second half. hander Ron one side with their flippers Instrument will be replaced,
ra an* mrwl Ui. ..Utlrilter. .dl... little M. ., Nlrht Ml.*d Clnnr Sluhl., the Sherman got his ,
Wood Ch..r-'FWRItJo' .plk,, I IWm I, ITMlli. Bill BUhl, Torn 1. They copped a pair of decisions first start of the year and and swim through Innumerable
and S alp Anchor. Oil and ao.d MM 111.; R..., y...,.. Tam I. 141 Two
snook )In order to and find
.... barn. lead with II el.,. and t I I. llp-liM Rtandlnnt, Dnlln. Gann, Saturday night when made it a successful one by Wins 1st Annual try
In.... Tor. H.rrla' tOI-S4l and In En.,....... Nu...., and Team 1. l-l| they edged Venice Shopping hurling a four-hit shutout over the five kind of fish allowed- e SING DINE DANCE
ruw.... ttt-tM tnwd ui. wad *rfort. $n.nm.n Nnrr and Pan OIL llTaMd.y -.. : aheep head ,
in ,
.. Center, ,9-8 the continua. six innings Mike Jones worked I snapper, grouper at
Jack Oil Bullock for th.nt ipllt l a IM-SIt ffor Th.Automonitor fnrAnrhof Slack, Pwlw'Wmen't 111-7(41"erntrh, r>.l-, 4KBmi Pm. ion of a tie game that was the seventh for Kiwanis and ,jack and barracuda. Even so ........--....
lot It.. flint two ..mtnit gtandlnni P.05... and Th. T..h*, suspended on June 6 after i preserved the victory for Sher. Myakka Marathon the team managed to place Sth I CYROSVENETIAN ---
ant. bath ....... I In th. lot tam* .44Eaaw, E'.. MOM' and Th. Wk-k..
to Blrk. .D TO pin deficit and win .4. Women. K-II Maneo-Crawrord, 8.11, eight innings because of the man. out of the ten teams enteredIn
tool h, Th....., I'll.' / ". 'A* Srralrh H. MOON rn) iJ m
pin II. I. the contest.
curfew and then came back to Both runs scored In the
were
P.,.'. B.tbPh... Ml victim. .. W..k.. ..... II7-.!I| Kill Smith. its t Thirty-six strong, wide-
Wi. .*MaiMl...llln. Gvlf Tailor ... bat tarrr. Bivena, MINI| Team T. 5412155. eke out a 2-0 win over the same fifth. Sherman led off with a awake keglers were In the The team, having gained considerable frI. & Sat. Lil ft Bill
.II fntir pnlnfa to to. fin. aeorlnv; of Olher' hi... inmell Larry. Phan.( 2453| team hi a regularly-scheduled walk Richard Rohlwlng was experience during
Art Rnwll JOM71 and tnuninataa.Li Rill Stahl 12S. and Larrr Vic-ken, 120.S..dlnOl' starting field when the Myak
Fry* _... th. hlrk ..... and Team 4. Hl l T.*.. I and contest. hit by a pitch. Jones forced ka Lanes first annual marathon
MTta of $20415 to ..ka I point* from Team I. !*-7i Team e. 114 Don Willis was the winning Sherman with a fielder's
Pun Paint and _.* thmt Into fourth. Frlda. Nlrht, III.... Aailea' Rut got under way at 10 p.m,
play nthlnd' ....",'. and Anchor Oil M-ll, IAII Em.... Vat 491, H J.Wenkmnn pitcher in the completion of the choice and Struble advanced Saturday night. -Jim Ponder'sDrive-
pct *rt tM. for _do He.., Van I tM-ttll, Tram I, eMi Team tie game while Barry Young Rohlwlng to third and Jones to Twelve hours later the 24 Liquors
Kooton Improved hfe avra* with a I. 14111| C's, 1'moni, 127-4061, Don I took the loss. second with sacrifice bunt.
101-09 ..lttl... 1941, Fran Bullock' HIT.47K. a games were completed with
__ -t.nillnmt. Arlia Both teams went scoreless In Blizzard then drove them both
RnRln en 18-111| Tn.Old.
4884508 OPEN SUNDAYStlOtJiS
Lway Burrfln' I llvrd up to nh ....,.r. .., UWtt Team I, I4 h.rh" the first extra inning played home with the same field of 38 winding up 125 w. VENICE AVE. PHONE I
_
one-bagger.
,.. : a
In th Klnia TnmF M h* and the highly successful event -
Fiord. Hunt to m.d up to ..... Ui* .... Saturday the ninth but Top hitters In the game were ---.n -4 J/ilIII"Jjv I
and not
..... ..d total plnftall prla. ..0.... with Blizzard with double and not quite so strong
a 411' ram* nod 1B9( ..._ I.aekp roll.d Kiwanis To Meet'AllStar'Team a quite so wide-awake but still
107404-100-104 for a t7a Ott.,. Duk single and Shooping Center's there
In fighting more sore
tan4 124 nm to .k. lh. amend Kirk Tischler
Haley Expresses with two singles.
nm prl.* with a 411 with th. help of thumbs and tired, aching mus PRCR4CKfY J i
his .....h... I... Duk. I.... Otto_ No-Hitter cles. I
worth. followd'. par a ll to ate th* Big Bob Austin hurled theyear'
third mm wlUl partnr John Dotr with first with 4933
Taking was
414. .0.A won G.th....tint.. Nlehok lam and with AlCallihan a Pride In His tame.in first Saturday's no-hit opener, no-run as Austin Shock. Forty-five pins -.a6kS ,.,. rlaieM..
401 *. .on.ft. nt *eorln back with 4888 was Harold
On 4th Sarasota Federal downed Osprey -
Pourtern bolas. ham atartod th. July 130. He faced only 19 Manco, the early leader. Don
new qualification Kxirn y for tb BPAF District CadetsWASHINGTON men in the six-Inning tilt a Hendrix posted a 4845: for third CARLING'SBLACK
T-m Handicap nadth .ltb ,
ho......of M Champlorahlp..*d. to amd a Warn Baseball fans will be afford. i walk to Carl Ward in the third place and Terry Sourbeer was
to Ocala. a Wad will trr thla' Snndar ed a treat during the annual spotting his "perfect" game fourth with 4807. COOLBEfRBHER
at t p... to era the nooraa of UickrBurdln. of Congress He fanned nine and the Others in the top 10 were: !
(74, Earl Un ,&1. lob.'Ioa. fourth July program when kept i.1 LABEL
-.' III John HoowworUi Kiwanis, senior division cham. man James A. Haley said today Osprey team off balance with Don Spittler, fifth, 4786; Mel
all five area handicap C ort ami. *Nlehob* sake-up.th..*. .Top.... pions in the Gulf Little League, he (is proud of the outstanding a wide assortment of pitches. Terrell, sixth, 4727; Bob Pear. 6 PAK c
that ton to the But. Final at Ocala.Aim. meet a member "All Star" records his Seventh Danny Jarvis paced the Sarasota son, seventh, 4721; Al Sim. FLIP 8 9
la.TM team: composed of players District cadets have made atthe Federal 13-hit attack mons, eighth, 4714; Vic Me-
I. lM anthl-'", .1.-"'""'"to AGaPhoel from First National Bank, United States Air Force with a double and two singles Clain, ninth, 4713; Bill Stahl, TOP
0.a. tea ...tb puss. with Venice Shopping Center and Academy iii three times at bat. The winners tenth, 4871. CANS
total and boab.d 51
114. 104 and 110 .. .....n0.th. 110 flat 244. Sarasota Federal. In reviewing the grades his scored their runs in All scores are with handicap.
peas.. wit* an *l>ht..un. .total..I of 14M The game will be played at appointees received during the spurts, coming up with four in The $900 prize money was
no out John Lot. at .nota who
** I
3 at the Venice High past semester, Haley said he divided follows
low pith a lit nn and 1411 total p. m. - - - - as :
for Maond Ilaea. John Hou rUi roll I School Athletic Field, site of was pleased to note that eachof Ttb Shmdinq-s First, $300; second $200;
d Ui top of 1U In U> tourna- Old Mr.
oat*".Id M nm rrldv .' .b.. at 14 star the complete holiday activities his five cadets had been third, $100; fourth, $70; fifth,
aaaL. which are being staged by the recognized for excellence in SENIOR DIVISION $60; sixth $50; seventh, $40; Seagrams y Old
-- Venice Area Junior Chamberof scholastic achievement and (G... tiiraa-fli Baftrdarl ninth $25: 10th BostonEngltah
Cr**'* wilt roan thlr ....1.. Satrdar eight $30; ; ,
W L GUIKlwanla
. niiht ......,. Back at I ..... nth Commerce. had been named to the Dean's ,__ 1ft 1 $25.: Hickory
.* 4th af Jaw. . and follow with a Kiwanis won both halves of List. Two of the five were Sa....... FMal" u . S I 4 (It was an Interesting experience V.O. Market
.
peal two hour of bowlln for .I _
... ........ .... ., the Commandant's l t National RankVinfe. I I 1'10
II. AUk4 II. 1'** will the season's schedule and com placed on . Bhopvln' CmUf s 5 111 being a participant in
*W* Bona.. Job I at I p.a. and th. piled an overall record of 19 List in recognition of the ex- fl.Mq _ 1 t 54I..m..kanpiot. the marathon, but I don't think GIN 10 yr. old
Rd Ma Jackaau will roll-off M T .
..... lond... Julr a. An hatless, wh.. wins and four losses cellence they demonstrated In won both halos.Sates l'U sign up for another any-
_. their performance of cadet >1 KmHatffaraaota time soon at least not until kagf/ti
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duty; and as a result of academic !. I.Frdrral SSoppln.'18,C Om.ntn lyKlw.nl. e.t. I recuperate from this one. It 549 399fifth
achievement and cadet shouldn't take more than a 289
performance were named also White Sox Play year. Congratulations to officals -
NOTICE to the Superintendent's List. and sponsors along with fifth fifth
Leading the Seventh District Yankees For Farm Myakka Lanes for staging the
Cadets in honors was 2nd event and hats off to the bowl. ,
Lieut. Guy Dennis Gruters, System TitleThe ers for !going the route.)
During the summer months our office who graduated from the

r will be closed all day Saturday. In case Grvithers Academy, son on of June Mr. 3.and Lieut.Mrs. Gulf Little championship League Farm of System the- for an HIGHLAND MIST fifth 3 FOR 10.50

Bertram E. Gruters of Sarasota will be determined tonight enjoyableday GOLF IMPORTED SCOTCH ...... 3.99 W/X/ OR MATCH 'EM
of emergency please call the following graduated 21st in a class (Wednesday) when the White of Imperial Corby' Ketiler P.M.
of 499. Sox first half winnersmeet SMIRNOFF fifth Philadelphia Guctenhaimar

I numbers: 488-4453 or 4882163. the second the Yankees half. victors In TRY VODKA ............................ 3.69 Ten High Carioea Rum Srillbrook
Sun Sox SlateFireworks SARASOTAGOLF G.W. Tom Moore Fleitchmam Gin
Starting time is 7 p.m. GUILD (white)

Show. Games last week saw the CLUB SHERRY. PORT ................ 85cC Walker Gin I
White Sox win a pair. On Wed. I /, STAMPS
JAMES BLALOCK Friday Night nesday they downed the PIrates :I DAILY GREEN $3.00

I T. AGENCY, INC. The Sarasota Sun Sox will 12-8, and came back Sat. FEES ... ., .. .
n A u ran egfiroosAeo again present a gigantic fireworks urday to whip the Dodgers, I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. WE GIVE TV STAMPSIMPORTANT
display at Payne Park, 111. The Yankees lost their I South of Sarasota
c/ 192 following the game betweenthe first /frame of the second half ...
Sun Sox and the Miami Saturday in a wild-scoring af- -
24J W. VENICE AVE. Marlins on Friday night, July fair won by the Pirates, 2114.
VENICE, FLORIDA 3rd. This year's show promises Their Wednesday game with PLACES TO KNOW
PHONE Select and Contult an Independent to be bigger and better Osprey was rained out.

Insurance Agent ai you I. than last year. The Indians, after edging when you
I 488-6791! would your Doctor or Lawyer. Game time is 7:30: p.m., with the Dodgers 8-7, on Wednesday ,
I It the fireworks to start immediately cam* up short of playerson r

._ .,.... following the game. Saturday and lost to Osprey
Hm. "' ''''''"" "" """ 'RJ '
M .,-CI.'HI'i'!f'!; ....'.....",.,..""..,.......... '" ...- by forfeit.
Z'I\jI' use .J. : FINA STANDINGS I DINE OUT

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GYRO'S r = : 1 5-
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FAMOUS VENETIAN MOON r- SMACK McDONAID'S I The. Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH


01 SRIIE r 661 S. TAMIAMI I TRAIL 488-2873
(Formerly/ Early Wynn's Sled House) OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD"Food

J Serving Breakfast 6 A.M. that h Making She L.mon Bay Arm famous"

ITALIAN SPAGHETTI SMORGASBORD
M.IMII $2.25

"' . '" SMACKBURGERS MONDAY 5:30 to 9P.M.SMORGASPREAD.

BILL BROASTED CHICKEN Of fm

MORRIS MARTI LIL SALAD BAR 11:30 to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN.a*"'

j SMIGA ; BEANSGUITARIST REGULAR
'W MENU AVAILABLE
OUR It / Take Out Orders Dave & Flo Behrens
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SINGINGBARTENDER V tAa' OUR : ; ,, pm. 4743112COME

HOSTESS SONGSTRESS NOW!O
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""'LlI .( .. 7 WHITE ELEPHANT AS YOU ARE!
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aa M'D a11. eJa lalp.gtt111 {d. ;+la 11 RACES
RESTAURANT & LOUNGEON Bay Vista

THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOODOPEN
JULY 4th WEEKEND SPECIALS EACH NIGHT DAILY 6:00 A.M. to 9:00: P.M. RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

FRIDAY, JULY 3rdCASSEROLE Come by boat or by Autol We eater to parties
of SHRIMP, LOBSTER & SCALLOPS 8:10 P.M. FRESH SEAfOOD AGED STEAKS DAILY SPECIALS. SALAD BAR

an. Sherry ala Newburg . . . . .,... .. ,... .... 2.35 CLOSED SUNDAYMATINEES Friday & Saturday Night Complete Dinner served Daily 12 to 9 P.M.
OVEN BRAISED FRESH BRISKET of BEEF SHRIMP DINNER All you can eatl! On Sunday until 8 P.M.

Medley of Garden Vegetables, Potato Pancake .... 2.50 Phone 474-.3IO. A la carte after 9 P.M.

SATURDAY, JULY 4th 2:00 p.m. $2.20sM1m's -.. 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.

SPECIAL STEAK with Mushroom Sauce .. .. .. ...,.. ..... 2.65 WEDNESDAYand ...... Rotary Meah Here Tuesday Noon. Ph. 4741880KING'S

GENUINE CALF'S LIVER, Saute, Smothered Onions W

Rasher of Bacon ......... .. .. ...... .. .,........ 2.50(
SUNDAY, JULY 5th SATURDAYSPECIAL TAVERN & BEEFEATERSROOM TABLEFOR
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CHOICE OF FINE FOODS
CHILLED TOMATO JUICE FRESH GRAPEFRUIT JUICE

RELISH TRAY MATINEE PRIME RIB ROAST Served Daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m ,

FRESH GARDEN VEGETABLE SOUP CHICKEN BROTH Fine Noodles Served From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. j

ENTREE FRIDAY CHARCOAL BREAKFAST from ..... 40c

ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING 2:00 P.M.JULY BROILED STEAK LUNCH from ...., ...II 65c I t

Raisin Apple Dressing 41 Package Liquor Store DINNER from .. .. ... 95o
Demi Glac. 4 TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL
The Trail &
CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES
2 blocks N. of Venice Ave.
CHEF'S GARDEN GREEN SALAD Venice Ave. Ph. 488.9963BUSINESSMEN'S Rt. 41 Ph. 488-0330

Choice of Dressing MATINEESponsored 1


ICE CREAM CAKE BEVERAGE PIE SHERBERT By LUNCHPIZZA '
I EGYPT TEMPLE FISHERMAN'S WHARF
I ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, BAKED POTATO or FRENCH FRIES, 16 OZ.

VEGETABLE do lour, SALAD, HOT ROLLS BEVERAGE DESSERT. SHRINE Your favoriteSANDWICHES 85' FrostedMUGOBEER )p I$' Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge

ORGAN MUSIC BY MR. JOHNNY ELBRECHT CONDITIONED i serving
I AIR 300 0 LUNCH from ... ,..... 95c

COME AS YOU ARE! FOR COMFORT s DINNER from . .....' $1.93
: i' THE GLADESBAR

'- VISIT YE OLDE POOL HALL! 7 TABLES SARASOTAKENNEL LUNCHEON SPECIALS

u See the fun thru the magic window CLUB & RESTAURANT Seafood Steak

BOWLING 16 LANES Between U.S. 41* 301 Just South of Bill Phillip Ford Chicken

K 4'i f4 Bradenton Road I I ON TAMIAMI TRAIL ON RT. 41 >- N. OF VENICE AVI. _ __ph. 4884317'AGE

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