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 6, 1964
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: VID00213
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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Serving the Fadart' Growing ATM on FlorId,'. Wait COM Osprey; Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Vante, Venice Gardena, VenIce East, Engtewooo, North Port Charlotte +


anasota Key Barry Si;, Pogo No I Area's FinancialPicture :. : ;I 1

welters 'Sick'Closing In GOP 'Ballot' .

Pogo Walt Kelly'a Inimitable former Minnesota Governor 1 r

cartoon character, lost out to Harold Stassen, two and one- Bright
t Span Sen Barry Goldwater as the half; and former U. S. Ambas-
No. 1 choice for President of sador to South Viet Nam Henry

Florida West Coast Republi Cabot Lodge, only one.

cans. Keynote speaker at the mock The solid continued! growthof ments of condition at the closeof 087,718.18 and $2,516,997, respectively fleets a deposit Increase of over "
[ In the throes of the vans also will be Goldwater swamped the convention Charles R. Hoi-
Already affected. Unlit pop was !
South Sarasota County was business on June 30. reported on June 30 100 per cent during the past 12
nual summer business today, the rural postal ular possum two-to-one on the ley of St Petersburg, Repub- "
reflected today in mid-1964 Additionally, the two savingsand last year after its first three months, William C. Payne,
merchantse route first ballot at recent mock lican nominee for of
Venice' area serving the beach area a governor said
bank statements showing it ac- months of operation. First National president,
loan associations with offices
likely feel the pinchen had been GOP national convention at Florida. attended
to conveniently laid out Delegates
counted for one-third of all thecounty' "We feel that our goal of
in Venice kept with George E. Youngberg, chair-
more with the closing to- with a crossing of the bay in Lido Beach Casino in Sarasota from Hillsborough, Sarasota, pace
of this
Increases bringing to the people
deposit over
the economic upswing, each reporting man of the board of First National
Manasota Charlotte Other presidential hopefulswere Manatee Polk Pinellas and
,yof (the North Key county to the beach, ,
the past 12 months, with the substantial gains. said, "The growth of area a high level commercial
out of the Charlotte counties.
in, northward up the key to the hopelessly running Venice area being responsiblefor Bank of of banking service has been accomplished '
; The First National this bank la an indication
're Just sick about it, Manaiota bridge, across to South Sarasota County was the major portion of these Venice, which opened for business the steady development of this as evidenced by
,Id one north key resident. SR-773 and back to Englewood. The Arizona senator polled represented by Ralph L. Thomas gains. on March 29, 1963, alone area. We are very grateful for the gratifying public accept-
iny other key dwellers also Closing of the bridge now 88 votes on the first ballot to GOP fund-raising chairmanfor Overall figures for all banksin accounted for better than one- the confidence manifested by ance of the new First National
e upset about the prospect of means that anyone making deliveries Pogo's 41 tt. Gov. William the Venice area. Bank '
the county, including the fourth of the entire county's increased our many friends who have
mj cut off for many months to the north end of the Scranton of Pennsylvania polled Goldwater was unanimously r
City of Sarasota, listed deposit deposits helped us grow. "It I is our desire and determination -
om easy access to a modern key will have to deadhead back 13 votes, Sen. Margaret acclaimed GOP presidential
increases of $10,200,000, of First National reported total "We are extremely proud of to always serve our
spilal, (tolf course and metoolltantype along the same route just Chase Smith of Maine received nominee on the second ballot.
which more than $3,500,000 was assets of $5,75667204 and deposits our semi-annual statement of growing family of depositors in ,
shopping facill- about doubling the cost and only three; former Vice Delegates chose no running reported by the three South of $5,175,05428 on June condition through the close of I the very best and most attentive F

a however will time required President Richard Nixon, four; mate. County banks in their state- 30, compared with those of 83,- business June 30, which re : way possible so that we p_
The closing, .'
may continue to be known as
ely result in a summer bona the fastest growing new bank ion
for Englewood retail Steele Says Premiere Definite Florida's west coast" I'
with the
mi resents Venice-Nokomis Bank thecounty'
forced to drive
through oldest reported total
iglewood to get literally any. resources of $12.636,413.77 with '

ere they might want is to go. Circus Spruces Up For 65 Venice OpeningThe deposits of ,534,299.68, an Increase -

ed The for present Immediate bridge removal sched-to of $336,937 and $29- I

00910, respectively, for the y
ake way for construction of a -

v bascule-type bridge span- circus definitely will 1 ly In on the road with the cir A hexagonal building for trusses going Into the project i ing at Yale University. The the fair. A second cage Is be. I year.President J Howard Vaughn

n it the proposed inland wat- open its) 1965 season in Venice. training elephants, horses and formerly were part of the trusses radiate out like spokes tog rebuilt here and will be on said, "We at the bank are
way, even though dredging cus.A cats is under construction ad- of the outdoor wheel from center its to New York In few "
Firm word that Venice will I. new white roof has been grandstand n a a ring way a pleased not only with our own
take in that
II m 1 not place area replace Miami for the season's put on the 5,000-ieat auditorium jacent to an already completednew arena used by Madison Square and are anchored in the top of days so that Gargantua and rate of growth but also with ,'c..:
after the first of the .
ye.r.Only for the cata Ele- in cham- the walls of Toto each will have full ,
from McCormick : all the scats have been building Garden putting on concrete the 60- separate the continued expansion of :
notification given to opener came Mac today Steele general I Installed and the Interior is be. phant and horse barns have pionship boxing bouts in New foot diameter building cages. A second cage was : this entire area. The Venice-
sidents that the bridge would ( ) the, tag painted an attractive light been enlarged York City's Yankee Stadium. The wild animal house is located necessary, Steele said, to facil- Nokomis Bank's statement for
Steele said openingwould
closed agent.
vertisement so soon in the was Wednes-a small be early in January, the blue. Anderson Electric Co. I is Unique Roof StructureThe Incorporation of the trussesin close to the training itate handling the big crowds the first half of 1964 reflectsthe
watt building so that the cats can come each day to see
forty-five 1,500 of
installing economic growth the
y edition of the Sarasota date and number of performances training building will the project Is the work of an enter leave via short which
and a r1l1as.
remote-controlled floodlights, a Venice-Nokomis area. For the
raid Tribune, The ad credit. to be determined later. sound system and six arc light: feature a unique root-support Idea which originated with chute. The barred, south side The circus was reported enjoying part we are privileged to play
no authority, but a check Meanwhile the "Greatest booths. truss system. The aluminumtlon' Steele who studied engineer- of the animal house is open for one of its most successful in this growth, we are gratefulto s
th the newspaper's advertis- Show on Earth" is expandingand of fav its current 94th "
easy viewing the cats, a seasons on the people who live here
department disclosed that sprucing up its Venice orite of winter visitors. Included tour. It completed an engagement .. '
Charles B. Wynne, vice-presi .
e State Road Department quarters are 10 permanent cages for the past weekend at Milwaukee "
said "Tha
dent and cashier, ,
d otckred i Big In Posta
its .
insertion.Vhat'i Gain
ReceiptsThe ',
More than $23000 is being the cats and opens Wednesdayat bank has shown a substantial ,
most upsetting to
spent on renovations and In Completed is a concrete Des Moines. increase compared with the <
dente of North Man. ota base metal canopied Des Moines It to t-
new buildings being added to permanent From goes same period of 1963. 9
y It the fact that dredging the sprawling complex which growth of the Venice Smce eight to 10 per cent 1963-64 receipts are not a location for the cages of Dallas for a July 15-19 stand, Deposits in Englewood Bank

the canal in that area will makes up the permanent winter area continues at a rapid pace yearly gain Is considered a "flash in the pan" since the Gargantua and Toto, the huge then makes a 451-mile jumpto rose more than halt a million '
t begin for several more home of Ringling Bros. according to figures released normal healthy growth in growth in sales for the past gorillas now being exhibited Los Angeles for an Aug. 4 dollars with an increase of

onlhl. C. C. Wilmot said he Bamum & Bailey Shows at July 1 by Postmaster J. Douglas postal receipts, the 20 per cent four years have averaged at the New York World's Fair opening. It will be on the west $605,66310, Its June 30 statement
reived a letter on June 14 Municipal Airport. Arnall. gain in the Venice Post Officeis around 20 per cent each year. The gorillas\ presently occupy coast until Aug. 30, when it showed deposits of $3,* ,> 4!
"m Parkhill & Goodloe of considered all the more re In the 1960-61 fiscal year, the separate compartments in heads back to Denver for a with .
$5 <
64668847, compared
cksonville, the firm awarded The work I Is under directionof The gross receipts of the markable.No receipts were $122.669; In 1961- a single alrconditloned cage at Sept. 2-7 engagement. 041,035.37 on the same date in
C dredking contract, stating Rudy Bundy vice-president, Venice Post Office for the fiscal 62. $148.021; in 1962-63, $169,. aIn
at dredges would not be assistant to the president and year July 1, 1963, to June 396 and now 1963-64, $202,683. statement to stockholders -
king In the area north of treasurer, with Steele in Immediate 30, 1964, were 8202,683-a gainof But a look at the figures No year-round record of mall President a William L. Hart :
e bridge until after charge. Harold Genders approximately 20 per cent since Arnall was appointed
the first I received at the Venice Poet Fossil Book Sale said that in addition to the 't I
next year.Meanwhile. ,general manager, present over previous year's $169398 postmaster reveals that the Office is kept, Arnall said, but convenience of local banking \

with the bridge the fact it was necessary to facilities, Englewood Bank has
need for upwards of a year secure 500 feet of additional also proved a major economic :,
IU a new bridge I is comolet- space in the past year, in factor in the community in
Manasota Key residents which the carriers could work
At FairVenice's terms of homes commercial \'j
II have to drive at least 25 v up their routes is proof positivethat Okayed building and people. I
ont way to the nearest 44 i 1r'rSk the incoming mail is increasing The two savings and loan associations
spiel. at the same 20 per
r with offices in Ven-
Fire protection will be anoth- cent rate.During. fame as one of theworld' Venice area fossils has beenon I
Ice-First Federal of Sarasota
4 for several monthsat
finest hunting grounds display
problem '
ron by the the year a Federal-likewise 1regl.tered
,lewood( Volunteer Fire De- post office was established in for pre-hlstorlc shark's teeth the Florida Showcase in and Sarasota .

,rtment reportedly show that North' Port Charlotte where and other fossils began receiving New York City's Rockefeller Federal sharp reported gains.First assetsof

e distance I is two miles furth- stamps may be bought and additional "exposure" this Center. increasefor
via the beach road than by general delivery and box: mall week at the World's Fair.It Mrs. Thomas's book has received $94,741,47384 the of and
ale Road '775 A speedometer received. came about when Mrs. M, widespread circulation year $8,300,998.
'eck l Is laid to have disclosed Further ExpansionBids C Thomas's authoritative book as far away as California and Pointing out that a proport.
( of increasein
inate of the share
'at ft Is "Let's Find Fossils on the Canada and recently she received -
asked for
exactly c'ne miles by are being a all aspects of growth is .t-
aJ' of the Beach"' went on sale in the order from Cam-
beach road and 7.2 contract station also at South an tributed to the Venice office,
des from the firehouse toorlh Venice to take care of the tremendous Florida Fair Pavilion Shop at bodla of First
Harry manager
Uanasota Key via theft (doe. Arnall said.Postmistrees'F7grence. Word to this effect was re- In 1962, has been revised once "We look forward to increasing
department reportedly Johnson ceived by Mrs. Thomas fromW. and will be enlarged and re- home loan activity in the

considering a plan to station -k of the Englewood Post Office L. Stensgaard, executive vised again shortly remaining months of 1964" .
of vice-president of the FloridaWorld'
|hile the trucks beingebuilt reports a 10.7 per cent Fair Authority.In It Is printed by Sunshine Sarasota Federal, with total '
bridge is gain for the fiscal year with Continued V ,
( on Page
wever( no firm decision has receipts of $70,062 as against addition, an exhibit on Press
p en reached. I E. G. (Dan) BOONE ROBERT 8. BAYNARD A. BRADFORD SMITH I $63,253 in 1963.Postmaster ,.- . .... ;,

County H\I8lon\ Commissioner suggested Masel some I Attorneys Honored By State National Bar I Nokomis. also James had a Cobb.gain of of

onths ego that the county i nearly 10 per cent with salesof
"struct' a $40,208 as compared to 836,-
temporary causeay
have pointment of Robert S. Bay- committee on AmericanCitizenship
for Venice attorneys
856 last .
at estimated year.CofC
st of$3,000. an been appointed to' committeesof nard as chairman of the Legal and the World
proposal epa third Aid Committee p( \\h'tte.l\9-\ Peace Through Law' Committee.
aranily died for the Florida Bar and a
It, although' lack of sup- has been named committees, sociation and E. G (Dan) In addition, Smith has
of r Promotion
Icll feasibility Boone as chairman of the'Eco* been named to membership on P
project the and American
'erlng! from an engt- of both Florida comics of Law Practice. Subcommittee the' Associate and Advisory
Kandnolnt was upheld Bar ,
Y Associations.Chesterfield on fees; Committee on American Citizenship -
Cou"t" Engineer> Charles .
of the American Bar .
R Smith of Bradford Smith ProposedA
) Mor*.n.Cirrlers A. was appointed Budget .
Nail and delivery Lakeland announced the ap- to the state assocla Assn.

$9,800 advertising and publicity
\ budget: for tha Venice

I Harbor Drive Extention StartedThe I Area year Chamber has of been Commercenext recom-

mended to the VACC board of

Norio District that the ting off nearly two miles of directors by the advertisingand 'y
on the extension of city officials also submitted ration r' I
arbor and Plan'l beachfront when'the canal la publicity committee.The 1 J' _
Drive south to the Caa- for approval a revised hive been approved recommended rr' '
committee 1w
even Property ha. already master plan *t the airport quest the release of the $60,000 : put through. _
"Pen started said probablywill budgeted by the WCIND for I The new alignment was budgeting $1,200 for Venice
the which Anderson
city pend.r -
the WCIND as a area maps, $3,900 for outdoor.dvertllng
official Federal Aviation require several weeks for construction of the toad. okayed by
ency City Council at its last regular substitute for a road parallelto $2490 for Venice .
approval of the road study folders $700 for radio advertising F- !
'meeting Anderson the the canal on the east side area Al ,
rjrnent through: the: Venice Councilman; Anderson said gave road $800 for mazarine
go-ahead to expedite the road of the airport The east
jh. only change ewggeaUd to prejecl because of a time limit would have required relocating advertising, and $790 for newspaper JI'' .
Councilman Ralph Anderson the road alignment\ by FAA''efficlala on the use of the canal board one of the greens at the publicity

Oftfirmed' last week; following was a minor w.e.H: e funds. Luke Venice golf course. Sarasota County commissioners 4.heis ,
'I nf.etuul'll* frojn Miami' 1. that said i FAA recommended a The $60 000 for the road was Routing of the new road will will be asked to Include a r w

!*' on the road already chance hi the ttetnity of the a' fart of the four-party canal require a land survey but all the funds in the county' advertising I
111 motion" Anderson aM vae' disposal plant to movethe compromise agreement between other engineering work will be budget for the next p. -0 ra-j- ..

I'lterUne'icon stakie' teen read farther,away from the .the WCIND, the city of done by the city. The surveyIs fiscal year if the VACC board C I t t 'P Y 1 1w ; 7A .Y
and some 'preUmlnary taxi strip. Venice, Sarasota County and I expected to cost less than approves the committee'srecommendations. t. s -E' 1z:

adthg work begun. -This change will be Incorpe- die State Road Department.Time .
$500.Besides ,
AaderlOn, along with, Cow rat.dt into the engineering limit on use I>! the money providing access to Members of the committeewho --A --a.e0 O "i; l e
'11m'1I Dr. John R. Hogan and :plan for the road which An- was 18 months. the Caspersen property, the" met with VACC executive 1Y 4.a+ 5'i
Op !II11n..r said care' "already In Extension!: of South Harbor extension of Harbor Drive will director C. A. (Nick) Keller to 0 ,
Q "" ami hat Tom'5l1der.)("/ .,coat" 4e99p Drive' will provide access to open up more than a mile of study ,the proposed budget and

efadtb FAA authorities r *' the thi work"ITAt the Casperaen property south beachfront property owned by approve 'the recommendations FOSSIL HUNT Mrs. M. C.; Thomas, authorof fossils to'Old to her collection' aIded by her

4 project and to seek on ( ? council spokeeman'saidthe of the city limits. Without such the city and provide a hard- were Cliff Hendrix< George 1 the book !"Let's Find Fossils on the young son. Mrs. Thomas book has been put
IOvtt II! .tb-., Df O1MNa Il ltd ap-? text step wilt be aotlf71M"W..f'c.ur'tl access' the canal board could surfaced road to the golf Cummings, Jack Briggs and Beech" 11 bows searching tile beach for on sale .( 1 tf. Worid'i, faJr,i. 'I
: a84 lUvt-' _face heavy lawsuit for cut-; COUTH. i San '
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I ObituariesRAYMOND Rotary Officers Venice Gardens News ; ANNUAL STOREWIDE CLEARANCE- !

I - II
Raymond W. Walker, 83, of Dr. Russell L. Hlatt. 67, ot Explain Changes Flees 4884764Celebrate
224 Pensacola Road died Wed 120 Eastfat Drive Venice. Independence Day weeks to come there will be
nesdsy at a local nursing died Thursday at Venice Hoe Ai an aftermath of the Rotary with a bang! Come out to things to make and do. THE BOUDOIR Throw Rugs
home. pital. I Venice Gardens Recreation more and more interesting
Born In Warsaw, Ind., he later Re was a native of Sheridan International ConventionIn Center and enjoy a cool dip In moo- LUMPS I8i7"MRTMlllSrNG
made his home in Evans tod. and later practiced medl- Toronto last month President the pool play shuffleboard ., The Chew Club needs fc.w SI SAMPLES
I tills where he was a poeta cine for 13 year in Richmond, John Elklns Fraser and I just alt around the pool end member. Whether you're a S1 1
clerk. After his retirement he Ind. He came her in 1MI from the new 1964-6 officers daunted I soak up our lovely Florida sun real pro at the game, just Interested 25* & 5k $$1.88
I came here In 1949. Louisville, Ky. the first meeting of the Ven- shine In learning or maybe TABLE '
Mr. Walker served as e Dr. Hiatt was a graduate ot I ire-Nokomis Rotary Club -0- feel you could use a few lessons - -
sergeant In the 14th Regimen Indiana University He served their direction under Kids, don't forget the bicycle ; everyone is Invited to / MANY ITEMS BELOW COST,
Cavalry in the Philippine a* a lieutenant colonel in the to explaining rodeo Saturday July 11, at 3 come and pick up some point
from 1903-1907 and in the Coast Army medical corps durin the Important changes In p.m. Decorate your bicycle for ,era -
ArtlUlary of Manila Bay until World War II. the classification of members the parade and then test your -o- LAMPS PICTURE I WALL
1910. After hisdUcharf*. he wee M. A. Braswell, classification skill and safety knowledge In I The Bridge dub will have a ACCESSORIES CERAMICS
He was a member of Masonic regional director ol the Veter chairman, pointed out that the contest to be judged by the card party at I p.m. Monday. 2O 28 off
religions eO
Reed Lodge 318 of Evansville .I ana Administration In Washington classification had been Youth Council. Prizes will be This party will be open to Wl % 20% off %
; D. C. and He awarded Reo Center member'You
Chicago. may
and the Ancient and Accepted -
broadened *o that all protest. untets prlc4 I.**, Uwr unless priced lower
Scottish Rite, Valley of later was manager of Veteran ant denominations could now -a- come alone or bring a partner. amass| priced
Evansvllle thirty-second de- Administration Hospitals In be represented instead of just The crafts class every Thursday There will be refreshments -
gree. Fort Wayne and Louisville before one at formerly. night at t to S last week and prise awarded. AU you
Survivors include his widow, coming her la IMI. The additional attracted 17 boys and ,Iris. bridge players or would-be :OCCASIONAL TABLES........ $5. Mrs Mabel Walker; a son, Dr. Hiatt was a member of ( has active classification The boys were treated to soap bridge players come on out for Clote-Ovr Carpeting from MAGEE Creirwood by R *.RHd
also been
Raymond F. Walker of Evans.villa American Legion No-Vel Pos so that It may be filled changed by any carvings and the girls took a really big show. Bed. Spring Set, M.HrMSIALY 'Uat ,prle* $590. .. . . NOW $229.00HIGH
159 Venice home
Elks Richmond some lovely pictures
; two Smith daughters of Memphis, MnDonald and Lodge; 196, P&AM;; Honorable person who has previously made from seashells. In the Venice Gardens-0- Rec Center . .. .. . . . .. ... SET $44,00 STYLE PARTY TABLE
Order been a member of a Rotary has two shuffleboard courts CHAlRS-ewlvel rcUrs. .... $39.00
Mrs. Jordan Lamb of Houston: of Kentucky Colonels; Club with the l. up 4" SWIVEL CHAIRSCLOSEOUT
two step-sons, William Lincoln Indiana State Medical Assn.: holding that consent classifiesIon. of the Coin Club To Hear open to all members. The Beds by Malone Clearance
of Detroit and Henry Radlgs Disabled American Veterans. ;- Harold courts are lit up at night and

of Chicago and a utep-daugh Elmer Pond Chapter Fort Two ether Col. Harvey shuffleboard is a very good ex- '7 piece DINETTE .. .... ... now $".OCI 3 WALNUT DINING SUITES
ter, Mr. Ruth Peterbaugh of Wayne; Indiana University changes Col. Harold E. Harvey past ercts, but not so strenuous as
Port Charlotte I Alumni Assn.. School of Medicine provide that active members president of the Sarasota Coin to tire you out. So come ,on B piece DINETTE .,,. ..... new W.OO by Ln _OUTSTANDING
Masonic funeral services will! Class of '17, and the 60 years of age with 10 or more Club, will be guest speaker s t up after dinner and work off DANISH MODERN SOFA. . . $...00 CLOSE-OUT

t. held In Evansville earlythis American Medical Assn. 63 years years of of membership with five or those Venice Area Coin and Currency some of those extra calorie GOLD COVER SOFA Ytl..,. 29. '....00 VO DAY FREE STORAGE
Survivor Include his widow, years Club meeting Wednesday pleasantly.
week with burial in Oak
Hill Cemetery there. Mrs. Blanch E. Hiatt; two membership can I become SenI I at I p.m. at the community 3 rc. ,.StCTIONAL..vallie> 119. 9219.00 FREE DELIVERY TERMS ARRANGEDBreltton's
Rawles Funeral Home wa daughters, Mrs. Eels Blair of for Active members, thus open-i room of Sarasota Federal
in charge of local arrange Sarasota and Mr*. Shirley Ing up their classifications to :Savings and Loan Assn. ALLEN
ments.J. Cockrill; a brother. Dr. G. A. new members A short business meeting will Convalescent and I HOUSE 4Z1 S- Tamlaml Trail
Hiatt of Indianapolis, and three A record of the voice of Paul 1 be held before 'Col. Harvey's Nursing Home
grandchildren Harris of Chicago, founder of I talk, which will be followed by FURNITURE ph. 488-4643
PETER COSTKUN Graveside services are beIng Rotary, was played describingthe I an au.ctlon.Gue.u 24 Hot Nnl9 SerWeePbene
held today at I p.m. aCarlham scope ideals and purposesof and prospective members Testes 4M-I7M
Graveside military rites .t at rowel M wo In
Memorial Cemetery Rotary. > are'welcome.. ,
Arlington National Cem.t.rywere
in Richmond.
held at 11 ..m. Friday
: Rawles Funeral Home
for Brig. Gen. J. Peter Costl was
in charge of local
gal of 500 Gulf St.. Venice, arrange
who died Wednesday at Venice I i

Hospital.Gen. Coetlgan 67, retired to PICTURE BRIGHT B
Venice from
seven yean ago
Waterbury Conn., where he (CoatlBB: from Page 1) .
had been In the retail shoe .

business for many year and assets of $80,411,438.99, showed 0A : . It. \.. ':. .
was active In civic affair a gain of $6,735,26174 for ..' '- -.<
H* served the city of Waterbury the vear.
as housing 1 commissions r -i'The-roVith of this offices "v! v
and as a member and alderman based on the confidence :-: '\), ,..+J. i
oa the board of finance placed la us by our area real- R :. \, ;; : 1.56
Born in Waterbury, Gait dents," Charles Bruin, manager
Costigan served with the U. & of Sarasota Federal' Manilas
Navy from 1913-16 in the occupation Venice office said. '"Thousandsof D'
of Vera Cruz, Mexico savers have provided funds
I and Haiti. In 1916, he joined which we loan to others to
the V. S. Army serving in build homes, thus aiding th
Franc during World War I. local economy The Venice
r He remained on reserve duty area shows all indications that cf
with the Army until 1942 when In another few ;years it will
he was returned to state control become a key center In this
because of a dliabillty. west coast section." VENICE-NOKOMIS BANK
Later, he returned to active
duty as commanding officer of DIRECTORSROBERT .

the Third Infantry Regiment in IiiiiiIU . " :.', ;I. ,', ,
,... .. .. .. "
Connecticut In the absent of ,' ,.jw. ; .
the National Guard during the : t: Venice, Florida.

Korean War and in 1953 wa l .jt> m S. BAYNARD . ,.;
I', I
placed on the State of Connecticut Board
Chairman of' the
Retired list as a brigadier
general. Danger Signal .
Gen. Costlgan was a charter There' no other way to M. A. BRASWELL ,, ," .
member of the American Interpret a loose firebrick: :'
in Connecticut and la a fireplace I than it AttorneyBERL ,
Legion ;
pastcommander :
huarl:, '
of Post No.1. a If potential tire It ;r \.t STATEMENT OF CONDITION
should be :
life member of the Disabled repaired M soon V!:
American Veterans, president possible. !> .
past Remove loose.brlco .\\-\o't\ "
of the Reserve Officers my Bender
and the mortar outPlace
Asm. of Waterbury, memberof scrap .'
layer of thinned
the Association of the U. S. furnace a June 30. 1964
cement on the
of the J. L EWELL
Army past president bricks. To get the cement
Waterbury Chamber of Commerce "
thin enough mix It with Ewell Engineering
and a member of the small parts oil water increasing
Waterbury Rotary Club water ratio until desired
He is survived by his wife, thinness.Tap the bricks back F. H. HANSON :+. RESOURCES i
Blanche B. Costigsn; two sons, into plan. I
Robert E. Costlgan, Elmhurat, It is very important that Retired IndiutriallrtI. I' '
IlL, and J. Peter Costlgan Jr., you do not build a fire before U. S, Government Securities . . $ 4430287.97 "'' I

Mn.New Julia York Starts City;, Union one sister City, the dry bricks are completely I. KONSTANTINU, State t County A Municipal Bonds 1.244.851.75 ".,' ,

Conn.: one niece, Mn. Edward Orthopedic; Surgeon CASH and Due from Banks . . . . 1.384.987.3 $ 7060127.11 I
Fanning III, Venice and two :'
grandchildren r Loins' end Discounts , . . '*: .. 5 5,230,697,03 dt ..

I Rawles Funeral Home was JAY H. LUMLEY '.by Overdrafts. . . . to. . . . . 197.10 '
in charge of local .
." ments. arrange Inwrenca Agent .':, '. . i>'T Banking" Property and Furniture ; I'

tstlte0si. s.amise. o . \ FIsturcMi. . . . . . . .., 305,614.43 : .
O. L MAHON I : : ', .
lap Other" Ral Estate
,! to. ? e. II'. 20,324.00
You may be Mired Industrialist Prp"ld Item und Other Asset.H It lt.453.3Q ': ..

',.':k';\ '" ,'r, Total Resources. . ... . ...: $12.636,413.77
A. LAMAR ,. -
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dirty water ALL ',,' Capital (conrtrnon'ttoct),, .. e a . a e .. $ ,405,000.00Surplus "

GENERALELECTRIC L L PRINCE t . . . . . . . .v. . . . '405,000.00, ,,'

without Banter Undivided Profits &: Special) Reserves IM.820.ft8 978,520.68 ,'

. l. Un"led Discount . . .
F.,C. RAEBURN to..h.a. < 123 $93.43 \

CINTIAl ",, L. DEPOSITS . . . . . . 1ea1e. . ll.S34J299.66

knowing it! HEATING Realtor I '' Total Liabilities .,.....' to. '12636413.77


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12 YEARS OF and personnel and three new offices in addition to our present customers and the new, ones a growing Sarasota \
main office in downtown Sarasota. will bring us.DOWNTOWN .

Now in the mid.1960s Sarasota has moved to a new plateauof
growth. There are many "go" signs in our local econ 1711 Mil Strt.f ''Iff. ;
indications of good business activity contributingto " ,
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SarasoU's importance as a growing market. In 12 years GULP GATIi S.. T.II..t Stlc ..y hint M ;, :? !
THE FUTURETwelve our county population has gone from 30,000 to 92,000 VENICE: 44. So. i Trail I
people. In another 10 years we'll hit close to
200,000 in our restless move to become a key center I
yean ago the founder of Sarasota Federal took a positive Ilf\
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look at the local business scene found there was a need for another
home lending institution and filled the need. Other than for a brief look at where we've been SARASOTA :(

Their economic measurement was accurate. In a dozen short years and pause for a thoughtful "thank you" to all who .:
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Sarasota Federal has grown to an Institution with more than '80- on way
and than thousand customers. for looking back. Our "12 years of growingfor
million in assets serves more savings and loan associationArn '
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ahead. We're setting our sights on a vibrant effort
ship. Our average increase in assets has been almost $7 million per I



OFFICERS Statement of Condition June 30.. 1964 '

misses J.. 1.1 Chairman .f the beard ;,

D. WIOIIm Oversee Prt. l Msneglnq' Officer ASSETS LIABILITIES & RESERVES ) ''
w..a I. Jerre 6eeutiv.' VI.. pr..r4la,, a ; d

Tr/I/eNr First Mar'9I" Ral' Est4tc" La11I ..... .. $49t57f/0.b6, Savings Share Accounts .. .. .? . .. $72,449.317.61 la, .
Irlritt c. A s H>thlw, Slater, YIN P Nidenl HemImprorlminf. ,, lam ....rn..u 1.129.5 I Advances from Federal r Home Lan bank I,900,000.00LJ4r.
Chert' L DtlvW Vice ,"T4an' Lam" Sav""s Aoeoynq ... .. ...... IUUI.9 t
s. irwtmn Secretary Pr'PIII" F.I..r.c. Premiums" ....... .... 412..0 I Loans r" Process ... . .. .. .. . . . . 1,35',146.3'
Charles. .. Ir11a Ass uIent' Via Pr.sldat, Cash ."cllnv".n'u, AdversePaymentsTexas' end Insurance 4J4,15I.42 '
Gurbade Assistant Viet PT..lef.n' Federal Home" Loan Bank Stock . . 745,000.00
Wlllttr N.wee W. Tlaorall' AuIssant Viet President . , U.S. Goyrnlll'' Securttla II. .. . 4,101,011.4' Other U.bilitiu II. . II.. .. .. .. . . 89,361.54

Tllmnermae Auistani. Vise ,r..n'', . Cash 0" Hand and r" Bank ..... 3,145,109.42 Rnervu and Surplus I ............... 1,199,466,06'
Plan . ,
Office lulldin,. and Equipment ..... 1,311,111.51 r +
Sidney Ulllltr ,Aur.t.nt Viol Pr.stdadt I Iles D.preeltlon''

......' W. N..r Assistant Secretary Real Estate Owned .... ..... .. .... .. 341,107.99 '
.Leslie.. L arc, Assistant Secretary Other Asset" ... .... ....II.... .... 12,42J.43

al Bard Co A-" toftr., Date PreakanqCleb Total Assets ...... .. .. . . .. .. . .. S'0.411.43I.99 Total Llebpldes .ed Reserve .. . .. SIO, ;x'k
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I Men's Garden ClubGARDENIAS This power.we can do. Take temperas
illustration.. The angry
/ : l1msnu #fn 'ctSnn man often "blows ,his top,"
ground at' the site. The hole :. "blows a fuse," or "gives I
By E. E. EXON was backfilled around the someone a piece of his mind,"
plant with the same mixture of Temper Is good. As a verb,
Gardenias, (gardenia 'Seem prepared soil and firmed down. THE BEV. RICHARD B. LLOYD, It means to reduce In violenceor
aoldes) originally from China, The areas around the plants Intensity; to fix in proper
have Ions been a Florida fav were thoroughly soaked with J to become of
BjgJI r .tor. FIrst sap iat parch of Venice proportions; a desired
orite. It is obtainable as a con water. ? : condition. As a noun it
I i tainer grown shrub from nurseries In about three weeks, the '..r .....6 means passion, or heat of
SOMBER OF THI ASSOCIATED: PEJESJ *_ MIUBCB Or THB FLORIDA fKKS ASSOCIATION and garden supply stores plants were fertilized with Nw..dr mind, I disposition to become

..... ......,,. .. . .... throughout Florida. about one-half cup each of A good year ago a ers and drives far more powerful angry.
TIle A..r.d 10 .w. w fr r.p.bI.t 06 .n '_kh. esrdlM, s. Gardenias like a deep fertile %.Cel Floratonic( which Is an many settle.Just .
.. _1M _,.... I. tAla sd.1... W s..e .bllabed b.ri. 4U rt.hlll III ....bU..tIooo of mother was making Sassafras than that of a small Temper let loose made John I
soil containing Dlentr
organic acid fertilizer
III .p.41 ........h.'M.. containing certain a* the steam could have our Lord's disciple, a son or
TIle so-.d be.l. edmotWq ..._. III ... 10 _.......d sod .. r '...'" necessary end elements. tea on the old kitchen stove been harnessed for good Instead thunder wanting to bring
She was using an old syrup
retentive of
lr fortIld. seep bp .1 p..b.lw.C.blbbd The applications of this fertilizer these destruction
so can fires of Tern-
of exploding down
moisture and bucket, the only one she ever
were repeated at two
KMT nlad.r. mat Thindaf Pro11114 l Amm lightly a eld. month intervals, except In December used because of the stains left potent drives within man be per harnessed brought this
61.d Ae BmW OM: Mitt* Al Fott Offfe Fe 'OIl"., PtarU They should twIn and January. In Feb by the sassafras brew She put to uses that will bless man. man to be an apostle of love
a well drained ruary, June and September went next door to visit with a In electricity we talk about who wrote, "Beloved, If God
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher I'j' location I ; about one-half cup of 840" neighbor, leaving a Junior boyto harnessed power. A transformer loved us"we ought to love toe
COURTNEY WILLIS Advertising Manager these plants organic fertilizer was \)I.cedaround watch the kettle. Is an apparatus for changing another.
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor will not live each plant. Plants In school he had learned
where they are were watered thoroughly oncea something of the power of
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent subject to frequent week and In dry, windy steam, but had never seen it
inundation weather twice each week.If actually tested. So he decidedto
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.29 per year, $3.29 per six months, $2.71 Gardenias available a mulch of oak experiment. He picked up
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county. $929 per year. ".25 E. E. Exoa may be plantedIn leaves, four inches deep, helps the lid. placed it on top and e4tkd1
per six months, $3 per three months. full sun or in partial shade, to retain moisture and makes clamped the edges down tightly
4d..IoI. ...._..u_, 'laid. r.... .a lea roall"" Pis. A- Rep.t..nnthp but should be away from trees the soil around the plant slightly and stepped back. to see
N.. Yo.'". N. Y., 'tiaa.. G.., D.rnn, IIlebo or large bushes. acid. Peat mow may be what would happen.
My own experience In the used in the absence of oak The explosion was violent, to
planting and care of this plant' leaves. say the least; and so was the
Is as follows: Healthy plants, The plants were sprayed mother when she returned.
. Know What You're Voting For which had been grown In large with Ortho Isotox in the spring, Sassafras tea stains were allover AIR
tin cans, were purchased froma summer and fall. When occasionally the walls and the ceiling
reputable nursery. After selection the leaves became -on just about everything.In .
Tlie "Set Out the Vote" campaigns are office by just that margin. And, movingup of the planting site, coated with a black film, an each of us there are pow-
beginning e. November approaches One the ladder, the late President Ken- holes were dug for each plant, application of Volck Isotox oil
leaflet it entitled "Just One In 1960 1 lets than six Inches deeper than the spray forced this film to wash
attractive nedy'i plurality was one plant container and one foot
away in a day or so. If the
Vote" and !I. aimed squarely at the vote per precinct. Hit margin of victory larger in diameter Next, peat leaves of the bushes turn yel GOOD BUY
eligible voter who stay away from the was I lest than 120,000Ootes out of almost moss, composted cow manure low, with the veins of leaves CONOI
and soil were mixed thorough
polk And they amount to e disgracefully 69 million c.... ly; In proportions of one-third ing showing with a a bright solution green of,ferrous spray.
Urge number. In 'I960, a presidential each by volume. Six: inches of .
So much for 'acts and figures. Another sulphate (a teaspoon to a gallon tram U.I
election year, more than a third of the this mixture was hen placedin of water) will cure this
point needs stressing. Th. countrydoesn't the bottom of the planting condition. Usually the leaves ...... ) A
voters failed to erci need "Just Voters. It needs "In holes and wetted thoroughly. turn yellow due to a lack of 7
franchise a right which it at the very formed Vot.,." men and women who The plants were carefully removed Iron in the soil. IIIIUIAIIC
heart of representative government and from the cans, taking The described methods of
study the issues and the of the house
care to avoid disturbing the planting and caring for Gardenias your whole
free In the election
society. off-year
a candidates, all the way from town and soil around the roots The have been very rewarding GOOD
of 1962 the showing wet worse still, with country to Capitol Hill and the White plants, surrounded with earth, as we have had masses of
more than half of the eligible voters Home and know what were then placed In the site blossoms in the late spring,
staying from the polls. exactly they are holes keeping the top of the with dark, glossy foliage all itemp :
voting potted earth level with the year.
How Important It one vote? It un.ctu.lly
determine result. In So vote, and vote Intelligently for
the recentelections
the New NeighborsThe t...... ) P for less than the
a mayor, a city treasurer, a people and the principles you believe

councilman and a state legislator won in.
GONDOLIER welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clifton stHael cost of room units
the following new 337 Mlda Place, North
neighbors to the South Port Charlotte, from Troy, FOR AUiw, tiff 1 FIRE INSURANCE/
. If The War Is To Be WonThe County area N. T.Mr..

Mr. and Mrs. G. Bariell, and Mrs. T. M. Frohler G. McPherson
Economic Opportunity Act Federal grants and Incentive can help 312 Grobe St., North Port East Venice Avenue, Hugh AIRITE ENGINEERING INC.

I which tt the attractive title given to the but not if they are in the direction of N.Charlotte T.Mr.. from Long Island, Venice, from South Bend, 1712 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL

bill embodying the President's ideal for doling out to the 'peasantry or of resurrecting and Mrs. Emmett Ind.Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Mills. Opposite Ken-ice Gardens Heating Air Conditioning
warring on poverty was recently approved emergency relief measures of an Wiest, 331 Mlda Place, North 416 Baynard Ave., Golden
by the House Education and Labor earlier decade Irrelevant. to the '960'.. Port Charlotte, from Indi Beach, Venice, from Michi ration Sales Service Engineering
Committee. And something the Portland There it too much of this latter direction ana.Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph Fox, gan.Mr.. Anton Ubl, 244 Grobe, Insurance CompmlM 500 Base Ave. Venice Ph. 488-2373
Oregonian had to say about it Is worth in the Economic Opportunity program 323 Malaluka, North Port North Port Charlotte, from Ham omom Bkwniniton' ,ITOnoa

wide public contideration. It gave its at it now stands; therein lies itsflavor Charlotte, from New Jersey. Milwaukee, Wls.

I ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,
bletting to tome of the> bill's provisions of politics " " " "" " '' " " " " " " "" """" AAAAAA AAAAA AAAAAA AA"A" A"AA""AA"A """" """ "" """" '

notably, the emphasis on assisting In other words, the main corrective

young people. Then it said: force mutt be the traditional one-local

"A case* can be made . for dramati- action, geared to local needs, by enterprise

sation of a national 'war on poverty.' and by government. If anyone doubtsits

But that war will be won, if it it won, efficiency, we need only to glance IN NAME I T FIRST /IN SERVICE

In the communities of America, throughthe quickly at this nation's history. It it the

initiative of state and local governments force of equal opportunity and individual fIR

and private enterprise through enterprise that made that history possible NATIONAIJANK of VENICE

a strengthening of local school systemsand and brought us a degree of mast

local industry and opening of job prosperity for all of the isolated tore

and training opportunities to all races. spots unknown to the rest of the world.

. : There Are No "Federal Funds" GEORGE E. YOUNGBERG, SR. V *

r Chairman of/ the Board

The Senate recently approved a proposal ious source which has no relation to them. WILLIAM C. PAYNE YOUR HOME.OWNED BANK W-

to write into all spending measures selves President

the pointed reminder that the money appropriated Well, the federal government can getmoney ..

comes out of the taxpayers only in two ways. One It by taxes MERLE L GRASER -oO, ... d _ .
which hit us all hard. The other is by Viet fret and Cashier T SEMIANNUALSTATEMENT
pockets.Let increasing the national debt which will OF CONDITION -
I H. N. WIMMERS ,.\t" '.
us hope that the House follows have to be paid, plus interest and administrative "
Viet President June 30 1964 "k
j wit and makes this established \
en policy costs, by the taxpayers of ,
from now on. For the term "federal tomorrow.
funds" which we have. seen applied to The only money the government has, JUNE 30. 1964 JUNE SII, 1963
U all manner of activities, from highwaysto or ever has had, is that which it gets GEORGE'E.YOUNGBERGS& Cash on Hand and Due From Banks $ 941,370.05 $ 757,994.68

I welfare programs obviously hat misled from the taxpayers It's time much more Chairman of/ the Board U. S. Government Securities _' $1,098,056.81 $ 895,847.53
I many people. They seem to believe notice wes given to this simple and inescapable Other Securities (Federal Agencies) __ 650,050.19 245,013.73
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 15,000.00
X 15,000.00
I that this money comet from some myster fact. E. G. (DAN) BOONE /
t Total Securities __ __ _____ 1763106.50 1,155,861.26
Boon, linen fd Isphording Loans and Discounts 2,730,447.73 894,570.29

. I Food Is CheaperFood Attorney for Bank, Bank Premises Owned -__ $ 173,415.76 $ 176,235.16
Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment 81,206.17 69,439.66

DR. GEORGE H., EOYD, JR. Total Fixed Assets 254,621.93 '
It cheaper than it ever was. Mass merchandising, the full partner of I 24S.674.82
Phyiitian Accruals and Other Assets ______ 67,125.83 33617.31
That flat statement will mate many mass production, has done wonders In '
a housewife say "liar." holding costs down In the face of th.pressures ., $5,756,672.04 3087718.31

But prices must be considered in terms of continuous inflation. The ROBERT ]. HAMILTON ";'i, 11 \
of income and earning power. That Is necessities of life have taken a less and Prtt., Hamilton Homes, Inc. Llabllltlet !

true of food as of everything else. lest percentage of the family income So Demand Deposits ________ "'$2.914,271.58 $1,615,894.09
WILLIAM G. LOEFFLER Time Deposits __________ 2,129,049.33
At the turn of the century, for In. more money it left over for luxuries, 969,767.30
Controller Retired ,
fence, the average man's pay was $11 savings, investment, or whatever any par ( ) Total Deposits $5,043,820.96 $2,485,661.89
Federal' Deposit Insurance Corp. ., Accruals and Other Liabilities . 131,733.32
IJ I a e" And about half of that went for titular family chooses. 31.335.85

"! food. Now the food bill runt to $20 or The chain stores pioneered the mast Washington, D. C. Total Liabilities $5,175,054.28 $2,51&,997.24

to a week. But the average wage it distribution system, working on the
round $100 a only 20 per theory that big turnover at very small C. PAYNE Capital Fund

i cent goes for food. And the variety and unit profits would add up to an adequatetotal President of the Bank Capital (Common Stock) $ 300,000.00 $ 300000.00

I quality of foods present-day stores offer I profit. Other kinds of stores follow. Surplus ____. 200,000.00 200000.00
are Infinitely superior to those of the .d this lead. The end result It our unequalled EARL N. P. RAWLES Undivided Profits 81,617.78 70721.07
Owner Remiss Funeral Home Total $ 581,617.76 ,
Capital Funds
past. American standard of living. $ 570,'nt.OTS,087.718.I
Total.LIabilities. and Capital Fonda $5,756,672.01 $ 1

. 1.1r'' Library Column Central Building Contractor .11. a. 0......_ ... etIo.. -..... ..ftIeoI .;.f Joe tI, 1ea '..1" ."'," .a;..,;,. r
.Kr.I U So GovwnMat Wd etIteo p.bll. .. sad ten ... tgdrd. K p..kaa' bs ... tale.j5e

i AUTHOR Carl Canner came to FlorIda low Harvard men from Venice and Sara- HUBERT L TOMLINSON ,

to write about the Koreshan Unity in seta When asked what book he consid Pre, Venice Boat & Motor, 1_. (Opened for business March 29, '196)1) U con.. I

Estere near Fort Myers. ered Indispensable he answered, "If I I(IN 15 MONTHS: :ti: SB:: 8. MILLION DOLLARS ..NIIKIro 11..
Calmer travels in a big blue convertible were limited to three I would take THE H. N. WIMMERS NKU.
which he convert Into a private) bookmobile BIBLE, SHAKESPEARE and THE GOLD- Realtor Insurer flaw p. _ d. _..,... ... Mw.aI.s. .... -. ........... p..a4. . tald e

u with shelves for tome 200 books EN BOUGH."

Including hit own Start Fell on Alabama These books are In Venice Area Free

and volume in Rivers of America and Public Library. The Golden Bough by Sir Fastest Growing MewBankonFlorida's/ West Coast

Regions of America. When told there'wet James G. Freer It a study In religionand

i? .'. littl. room for passenger he count. magic.

4 Nod "books are constant companion." USE YOUR LIBRARY.
He .thered his love of booki with (fel- -BLN ... I .-

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Thomas M. Ewing Will Wed Afternoon Total Local BPW Club Will Hear

Was One SlamOnly .
State Convention Reports .

Bradenron Girl In October grand slam at the Yen-'

ce-NokomU Woman's Club social Report on the state Business Approximately 600 f tat e

and Mr.. Gerald Mo. card party Wednesday wee and Professional Wom- members and guests attendedthe
Mr of Bradenton' an- made by Mr. J. W. Allen and en', forty-fpurth annual convention convention, held at Tam- engagement of theiraught' Mrs. Austin Plnkstaff. held in Tampa June pa' Floridian Hotel
\IJ\ct()\ the Desrden Anne, to Forty-four member and 11-14 will be made by the eight Mrs Val Mattox was hostessto
Michael Ewing of Lau. guest were present at the afternoon Venice club delegate at theroup' members of the world affairs
omas party at the N Harbor meeting Wednesday. committee at a meetingat
Lgroomelectlsthesonofnd Drive clubhouse A fourth of I The dinner meeting will beheld her home on June 24. Pro
Edward Ewing July decorative scheme was at Cyro' Venetian Moonat jects for the :year were discussed \
r. Mr. used on the refreshments table 7 p.m. and will be precededby and it was decided \that
Laurel was gradu-! which was covered with aI a social hour at 8:30: p.m. a world affairs fund collection
Mis' McManamy Manatee H *h I printed cloth In a patriotic Reservation may be made by by Mrs. Mae Wrede be continued. -
Tool from In 1961, motif. Red and white flowers calling Mr*. Lilli Gurda at Attending were Mesdames in Stu- were used in the centerpiece. 488-2284. Alta Jennings, Mae Wrede,
M she! wee Societal LatlnasS Hostesses were Mis. Rose Reporting will be President Ethel Long and Marie polo.

t Council, Club. She Reusser, Mr. H. W. Bartlett Mr.. Margaret Enochs and The club has voted a donation
S jWe Nurses
. Manateeil Junior Col and Mrs. William McKnight Mesdames Ruth Sovereign" of $25 to Loveland School .I,
edge she was I mem- v Door prize winner. were Mesdames Hope Pierce, Irene Shockey, for Retarded Children. Mrs. ,
where and tooknursing part Ray C. Lapping, A. C. Virginia Ramsey D o r e y Pierce will make the presents
c the Civlnettes program. She 1. Hooker and Bert Tremayne. Tischler and Maria Polo. tion. .
(OoiKtelUc photo kr Bob Otxndorf, )

recently. Memorial employed Mana- FOUR MEMBERS of the American Red side are, left to right!, Don Breding, Miss \

The bridegroom-elect was I Cheese Recipes From France Are VersatileBy I Cross senior lifesaving class taught by Water Kris Leet, Mrs. Durant, Miss Diane Lenhart I I
nduated In 1961 from Venice Safety Instructor Mrs Ross Durant completed and David Bowles. Red Cros. classes are
,th School where he was MISS McMANAMT I their tests last week at the Durant taught by Mrs. Durant five afternoons and r.
civ. in Student council foot. DOROTHY OATNOR itantly discovering new varieties 1 ..e. bets home on Mahon Drive. Shown at the pool- three mornings each week during summer. '
active In Circle K. At present!, 1 Ubl.poon mmt
of the Key'
president and often go so far a. to tebtopooM .hortonlngSt. --- -
Manatee he is employed at Rawles There was a time when the Pralli ..hew
attended chain
order the difficult to
!ub He Funeral Home in Venice. mark of S KudhmMlM ( k tarattM Venice Senior Citizens To
College where he wa. the sophisticated and varieties from special Belt to ... ,n> Day Arrangements
"unto? The wedding will take place hostess the
cosmopolitan was .....
Groaixl block to
Oct. 17 at St Joseph' Catholic tray of cheeses, accompanied food outlets in New York City t .,... and other large metropolitan At Festival Are IncompleteArrangements
Grarjhoanalysis Rub both sides of eggplant
Church in Bradenton. b!>y pears, peaches and other '
fruits which ahe center They also exchange slices with the teaspoon salt Venice Area Senior Citizens)

Is Talk Subject Grange served, at the end of invariably the meal. cheese "tips" and spring new mixed with the 1/8 teaspoon for a Venice "Imaginary Invalid," Fry' Club will meet for lunch and
Meet types on their guests a. avidlyas cards Wednesday noon at Venice
Now, and especially in summer ground black pepper. Dip into Day at Asolo Theater Comedy "The Lady's Not for Burning"and
10aeph Gerard, graphoana- Twice This WeekTwo when! heavy meat dishesare they search out the. latest bread crumbs, then in egg Festival, which begins Thursday Sheridan's "School for Civic Center.Watermelon and drink will
novels at the bookstore.In
uVill speak on handwriting often rejected in favor of beaten with milk and Into at Ringing Museum' Scandal."
at of Venice the French! tradition a be served by the club. Members e
nlvsli at the July meeting meeting lighter fare, the homemakerwho should crumbs again Brown on both Asolo Theater, are still Incom- Last summer the company ..
Venlce-Nokomi. Woman' Grange are scheduled for this isn't even thinking of dessert cheese tray sides In shortening. Arrange in plete, according to Mrs. Gene played to an audience capacity are asked to bring their
have three to six different sandwiches
-ub Wednesday at 12:30: p.mi week. "hostessing" Is inclined to experiment : a baking pan and top each Green, Asolo board member. averaging 7* per cent with 211 own
the N. Harbor Drive club- The regular meeting win be with the more than cheeses, chosen for flavor variety with two thin slices cheese. Several dozen Venice area performances being played to Mrs. Violet Mitchell may be ,'/ ,
i use held Wednesday at ':30 p.m. at 800 different taste treats pho- from mild to very sharp, (To cut, use a sharp knife and residents have already procured standing room only houses called for further Information :
A salad luncheon will be Venice Civic Center with Miss vided by the many varieties of and by texture soft to semi- cut down through the cheese) season tickets to attend Walter Jensen, business man- l%
rued Etta Huntley in charge of the cheeses. soft to hard. Wine generally Wash tomatoes and cut in I performances of the four plays ager of the festival, reports Postponing a decision won't r

|Gerard has been a student program ,and refreshments Almost 400 varieties are pro- accompanies the cheeses and half crosswise. Place on a In this season's repertoire.One that advance ticket sales are solve the problem. __ fj:

I mphoanalysis for the past Frank Hunter will be acting duced In France and ',100 of fruits.Some of the best known in baking sheet and cook about of the leading clubs in the ahead of anything the festival '''l:.''. m:''i. .'"/I..,. "arxarUNSIGHTLY ". ,,.;
Iven years He came here master these are imported into this this Camembert, 20 minutes in a preheated mod- area is attempting to arrangea has achieved In the past. I
)'th his family last year from On Saturday the local group country. Europeans have long country are' cheese, erate oven (375 F.) Place one Venice Day matinee before Season subscription for openIng HAIR t
I Ohio. He Is director olWland will be host to Pomona Grange used this high protein food as Roquefort Brie, goat and tomato half on each eggplant the close of the 71-perform- nights and $3 SO seats will REMOVED PERMANENTLYGENTLE
gut School for Retarded at a 8 p.m. pot luck supper at the major dish for simpler St Paulin, (PortSalut cheese all slice. Top with a thin slice of ante summer season be available only until Thursday . SAFEHoffman 9,,
hiMren. the Civic Center.A meals and a. a light dessert obtainable) and grape cheese Broil 3 to 4 minutes or The company of SO collegiate he Mid.Returning \\I.
donation of 11 will be reuested. with fruit for the more slab until cheese melts. Serve with and professional actor ended for repeat seasons
Mrs Ernest Kukkuck For other ways to serveDOWNTOWN bacon while hot Robert MISS M. FREYBURGER ;, "
orate dinners. Therefore, the crisp rehearsals Saturday in Tallahassee as director are )
ANNUAL SALE will be in charge of the sup adoption of the custom set cheese, the hostess might well Yield: ( servings. to come to Sarasota to Strane of the University of Nevada JI.cIMnI Na_ .:
dish salad
per and the refreshments apart the American hostess consider a main French Roquefort Dressing prepare for Thursday' openIng I and Eberle Thomas, Daytona ELECTROLOGIST -
FURNITUREBritton's which will be served after the serving them as a cosmopolite dressing entree accompaniment 14 ... During the festival they : Beach Little Theater di rCaft..ltatlnoo I
and horsd'oeuvre.Here .
program, which will be in and traveler. 1/4. nw rumbM rnm8 BooorfortI will present Shakespeare's rector. Author Dorlag and lip Appohats.t I '
charge of Miss Huntley. Ron are four authentic test I tabtepooni rah* oft Moliere's Richard Fallon of Florida '.
Shipping became easier and "Twelfth Night, 1445 N. TRAIL, SARASOTA ,
ald of Bradenton Is ed French recipes that fill 1 tablMpoon Frvfteh win. vfMcar
will the
HOUSE OF FURNITURE Brockway State University direct '
faster and more and more Il1obl.._. llrht mss Pnnklhi Manorph. -
Pomona master. Americans began crossing the 1/4 tennoon Hit. other two playa Fallon is also Onomlnn) MB4TM F
French Cheese and Mushroom ..._ FLORIDA GETS SWEETER i'
Atlantic, some In the service Ihod general director of the festival. .':." : .,.'
IN SARASOTA Combine all Ingredients in a
and other to see what was on Horsd'oenvreFill MIAMI (AP) The U. S I
RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE sauteed French button small bowl. Beat until smooth of Castro Cuba's
the other side. boycott sugarIs
with electric beat-
a rotary or
ALSOilif One thing they found was mushrooms Paris) with (St.Champignons Paulin cheese de er. Cut head lettuce into sweetening Florida's produc- YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS ,
cheese, lot. and lots of it. in with tion by the handful
wedges. Top Roquefort
varieties cut in cubes. Place under broil-\ State Agriculture Commissioner On Auto Insurance
CUSTOM SHADES cloth covered, vinyls. so many bewildering until cheese dressing.
er 6 to 8 minutes or Conner told Miami
Doyle ,
i burlap, parchment, etc:. MADE TO ORDER that the traveler began to virlou. try cheese is soft and mushroomsare Yield: 2/8 cup. businessmen that 150,000 I 1. NEW LOW RATES "
\. them all. Like peanuts -
AT Reasonable PRICES i Prompt Sarvlc. varieties called for more hot. Serve as a hot hors- Cheese Spread Bread acres of Florida land are in 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
i \ d'oeuvre. 1/4 sop H-xmrfort hMM. compared to 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY ,
sugar cane now
so much so that rarely today %. cap butUr
Yield: Allow 3 to 4 per per 1/4 teupoon MM 60,000 two year. ego
does even the local corner
Also hundreds of In stock. Allshapes
lampshade son. I/I Uupoo bleb! tffftr. fra*
limit Its cheese selection .
and um, store Paultn Plant aalai
St. Egg I P hr4Crumble ,
to American and Swiss types,
W. Mote Lamps Out" 01 rare. 8offis' elc. the available In the and Tomatoes cheese into mixing DINING AT ITS BEST! -
LAMP REPAIR 'I. BRASS POLISHING only. one. More I .11_ mpMM' _l lant, nt W .Ml bowl. Combine with butter and '-
majority of grocery no .
1115 S. Trail I/a block North 0'' Sean longer than 20 years ago. 1 M.poo. son seasonings. Slice bread, cutting CYROSVENETIAN W. Venice Avenue
liS t.n,.. noaft'laek almost to bottom. Between I 116
IN SARASOTA Cheese "addicts" are con- ..4 sop elmi do bond eeu.b.. MOONBill "
slices, spread Roquefort mix- .. .J TN.phoneta 488 2280
ture Wrap in aluminum foil Morris
and bake for 20 minutes at 400 SINGS FRI. AND SAT.

degrees F. Serve hot. Lus-
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Mr. and Mn. Ray Leech of
1(41 San Remo point Drive are 1 I'.' ..
entertaining as houseguest 1 .
their ion and daughter-in-law ,
Mr. and Mrs Gene Leach and ; .
daughter Lori from Phoenix .,' ,"
Ariz. They arrived in Tampa
by plane and were met at the "
airport by Mr. and Mr, Leach
Gene ti here with his wife and
daughter for a vacation and
rest before entering thi (.'&
(gold tournament in Columbus,
Ohio. Gene is a graduate of
Western State University of
Illinois He turned golf pro in
1955 at Thorngate! Country
Club in Deerfield, Ill For six
years he was assistant pro lit
Twin Orchards Country Club
in Long Grove 111 He follow. '
ed the winter tour In 1958-59-60. ,
the experience which proved '
beneficial in his game, thoughnot % :
financially. In 1960 he won 4 .
the Illinois Sectional PGA .
Tournament In Chicago. In
1961 he was resident pro at the
Canyon Country Club in Palm
Springs, Calif, and since 1962
he has been the head pro at theCentury 4.
Country In

Pinrtop, Ariz, for the National
PGA to b* held In Columbus
Ohio, on July 18-19. We wish
Gene a lot of success In this

Mr. and Mrs Frank Noble '
entertained a few friends at
their home on Neptune Drive
last Tuesday evening Those
present were Mr. and Mrs Edward
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .
Govro and Mr. and Mrs .
Ven Hern. The evening was enJoyed -
by playing cards and refreshments -
of cake, coffee and
punch were served to all present

Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hyman
who are new residents and
live on Fifth Street in Mana-
iota Gardens have been enter.
taming as houseguests Mr. Hy- ,
man's brother, Mr Julius Hyman
and his wife and. their
two sons, Frederick and How.
ard from Baltimore, the oast
week This being! Mr and Mrs
,Julius Hyman's first visit here w
in Englewood they are very
impressed and said they may :
retire here in the future. They
have enjoyed every moment
here going swimming and v
having a look-see here and S
r surrounding places They left
Thursday morning to go to Mi
ami and then on their way
home. We are always happy to 59TH SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
welcome new residents and we

good luck and happinesshere CONDENSED FINANCIAL STATEMENT JUNE 30. 1964
and hope Mr and Mrs
,Julius Hyman will come back ASSETS LIABILITIES
First Mortgage Loam ... .... .. .. ... $12,410,9(1.62 Savings and Investment
ABOUT ENGLEWOOD Home Improvement Loans ..... .. ... nou.u Accounts ......... ........ ... $11,131,146.19
LOins Secured: by

Saving Account: : _... ......... 2t7.302.S4 Loan In Process: ................... 1576372.17
Banging It Outwith Real Estate Sold on Contract: .. ..... S4.973.52 Federal Hem LeanBank
Real Estate Owned . .. ..... ....... 323,107.00
Advance .... .... ..
Office : ... Z,000,000.00
: Buildings and Equipment ..... 1,673,419.73
Pat Bang Cash on Hand Other Llabllitie ..........,.... .. 119.29141
Phone 474-2224 and in Bank .... 2155705.95 Specific 'i

Mr. and Mrs. John Young of U, S. Gov't. & Agency: Reserves ..................... 3U44JU '
Harbor Drive spent the day Securities: .... .. 154,754.93,
end going to and from Total Cash and Central
coming Arcadia. They had to take Toot. U, S, Government Securities: .. .. 1,310,46081 Reserves ......... $S,110,307.74Surplus .

sic, their bull dog, to the vet Other Investment Securities: .. ..... .. S3.II9.20 .. ....... 361.206.U ., "
to have his nails clipped so Federal Home Loan Bank Stock ...... 740,000.00 _
visited Virginia Mrs. Young's Prepaid F.S.L.I.C. Premium .. .. ..... 714,416.37 Total General Reserve
sister, who lives in the old Deferred Charge and Other Assets .. 110,543.43 and Surplus ................ .. 5,471,114.0
Young house in Arcadia As
t they came into Englewood TOTAL ASSETS
Grace saw those huge balls of $94,74i473$4ECENT
fire in the sky it was so odd.
They were glad to get inside.
duet ss, tM . . MMwnitJUNI
I Nature No-A new baby 10, ItW . <. I 111641,70.07

squirrel a baby Cardinal witha JUNE 30, ,1963. $84,930,539.80 I! j "
black beak and brown all
over save for its red tail and JUNE 30 1964 $94,741,47184 :;
whigs He will be Interesting to
watch in his development. A
baby yellow-shafted Flicker
three new Blue Jays, one
downey Woodpecker and 11
baby sparrows A sweet collection ,
to our bird world and
hungry as all get out, we are

E I era constantly filling the four feed FIRSTd "

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Wrote to Al Duckworth the
\. .
WFLA-TV Meteorologist, and '
i asked why Venice and Englewood -
not Included in the -. ..,.
.: weather forecast. He
they depend on weather bureau DOWNTOWN.200 SOUTH rwExrru e SOUTH CITE.1550 S.TAllWIJ TRAIL e ST.UIWIJ))$ .3611W1D111G ClIa j 0 macE.501 S.U DA llIIM '..
teletypes to supply them with

,1 nor this the Information,FAA neither has that and a reporting source unfortunately EXPERIENCE STRENGTH SAFETY SERVICE 1 ',"

station either in Venice or
Englewood. How do we go
about getting one, does anyone
j -0-

Anne Sommersome left forConnecticutt . j . ...'
,t. .
to visit her daughter 1' .
",. n,+4rt 'A. :.
there and to attend a wedding < I' .
of her granddaughter,
r r and believe it or not George (
can't remember the youngladys' + DIRECTORS O.UCII.s. !
name! Anne will be drive
,I en A"' siNS.s .
George is expecting her about e e J. J. WlLUAMf,'JR. GCORCt K. fAGCIM VIM fnndfnt TtmmnrCuanttif ..... p,..... JAMW: P. MACOOX
JOft M.
July ?. .....
vet ?ys oily- ANN Giua ,terw q :u.r g.l I
SINS DINE DANCE EMMR ADOYCCORCI J. J. WILLIAMS. JR. "....... r__ .... lt*. (HI(** dn WlODtAMi .
,,,., Lucaw O. *
VIM frMM< DEAN A. Purr FtuftrDOMTHY vWr.LtrM5ta5ss WNICI OMCI
I ..t1J K. PAce A "Me ,...... .,..... ,,
/ CUIHNT DIVIDING Mine v... ,.Metes..,u... A'M 3 D. ROMOmFLORCNCI IOAN SKViaN DIVISION ..a oiffSSStT'VfojjjMBJtc&jn l! ; ;; HARRY D. Rartpa
1J VUMAM' Kncaaoucu *
GYROSVENETIAN fATAUl OUAITIMY ,.,.....Ogwr Boom FUMnaHCUH a.wwr LOUIS A. Hoop -"fI r-rrrrfml
I i j MOON Fsncr' t MYIRJ A4r.e a. .wr lows p A. LAintr
' l FrL A Set. Ul ft Bill EARN FROM JULY 1 1ST J. W. SWARD r..WgeLlee.iA/vw/Ya1. / .-,......... .A.aoaMw 'aeq" ou- Amiint out. i,:,., _w.:.. w+

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' United Church Of Christ Names Committees Rifle Club Meet i 1

A meeting to formulate plan
dark D. Adalr chairman: of vice-chairman. PERSONAL SPIRITUAL AD for reorganlerng the Venice

'I the Board at Trustees of the INVESTMENTS: Walter P. JUSTMENT: Col. Ferguson, Rifle and Revolver Club will

Venice United Church of Harbath, chairman; E. Walter chairman I ex-ofticlo; Mrs. be held here Friday July .

Christ, has named committeesof Elaic, vice-chairman; and R. Dove vice-chairman ex-offlclo; 7:30: p.m.1n the communityroom :

the board to serve for the D. Clark secretary Mrs. Rudolph P. Cohen. Maj. of Saraaota Federal Savingii .

next year. W1L1. BEQUESTS AND Henry R. Chamberlin Jr.. & Loan Assn.Thursday1 .

They Include: ENDOWMENT: W. Eugene with Dr. Chable as an ex-c-f- ( GONDO L t E R

FINANCE AND BUDGET!: : Williams, Jr., chairman; Mrs. ficlo member. had the right date but the

CLASSIFIED chairman, Thomas F. McMich- dark D. Adair. and Mn. J. SERVICES OF CHURCH: wrong day).

Houses For Sale Lego! ael; vice-chairman, John S. Herbert Hamilton, vicechairman Maj. Henry R. Chamberlin Jr.
I I I Student Ads Kullby; secretary Frank P. and secretary: respectively. will serve this year as vice-

RATES FINE HOME In choice IbcaUOB Reynolds with Theodore E. .
m veer!: COUNTY IUMK'S (.omiT ; chairman and the committeewill Swim In
of Venice Gardens. 2 IN AND OTIS .ARA80TA (COUNTY Hedlund as an additional memo COMMITTEE OF CHURCH be headed by Vemard 070Water

Charge Rates, both Thursdayand large bedrooms. Hi baths. Also I 26" BICYCLE, $10. Max Kill FLORIDA BHTATE TN OP FROBATBIN ber and Carroll S. White as an RECORDS: chairman, ClarkD. Bradley as chairman; Other o/

Monday Edition a den that could be used for Howard. Phone 488-3168. LAWRENCE .. FMITR. tlaoiant ex-offlcio member. Adair; vice-chairman, Carroll members are Mrs. Philip! E
an extra bedroom. Proh.l. nia No. ,... S. White Clarence -
Large util ; secretary
BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Haglund and Mrs. Theodore E.
$L5OI ity room, screened porch car- 15 YEAR OLD girl wishes to TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Capt. Raymond H. Knight, W. Barkell.COMMITTEE Hedlund. AT
lot. Only woman's shoe skates.Wooden chairman Wendell D. Kincsid .
((12 word minimum) $12:800. 380 Hillview Rd., Phone wheel., size 6%. Good you a:!. SAID hmbr ESTATE ootifl.4 I... nquliwl RELATIONSHIPS: ACTIVITIES: chairman Warm Mineral

Additional Words, each (c 488-2894. condition. $12. Venice' 488-1829. ... tIle anf claim or <....,< which$ TOO I Mrs. Floyd H. Neel, chairman; C. Lawrence Vickers
mar he aalnnt tha 1:010.: of Lawnnet -
Mrs. Frederick W. Hohman
0032 BEDROOMS .. Rmlth. D Doom. .tat. of Cih.ll Legal I vice-chairman, Mrs. Philip E. Springs
Florida WANTED: Lawns to mow by Countr., Wait Vlnlnla.' In tha offlco of vice-chairman: ; Hebert C.
CASH rctes, both Thursday room tile bath Golden Beach reliable college student. Rea.sonable. Ron. JOHN T. GRAHAM SaraaotaCountr NOTICB! OF INTENTION TO Elam, secretary Haglund; additional members,
and Monday Editions section 828 Roberts St. References. Dial 488. Judffa In tht Countr Court. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMBTh. COMMITTEE ON AUDIT. Mrs. Frederick W. Hohman, I II Miles.. South of Venice)
HOUM at Earuota, Florida, within 4071. month from the cUta at thaI that ... l> aondnotlnf s Horn Appllanat ING: Harry P. White chair- On US 41
$1.40 teen ",,. II..lIo. of Ibl. N..tIe.Ee.h SarHga aoalnaia at I* Awrla Rd. F. Cooper. p
Rentals : .1.1... op d..,,... .... .. hi'Tithe. Vanlra, na.. andar tha flMUam wnwoT man; Maj. Henry R. Chamberlin
I WILL TAKE CARE of your ud I In duplluMI ahall itat* .....'. Amllaaaa ....... ... that vice-chairman; Mrs. Grey-
|tt word minimum JAddltlon.1 most tht oNe of nuldtnta mat yes afflMaddrtM all, fln la .Minna* a< Ik. fMSoMsqme.
VYwds. each Ee DUPLEX furnished. 2 bed. precious possessions. of tha Cl.lm.nt. ...... aa twarnt .... s4..o osaas sed pi_ of I. don H. Baker secretary. Call On
rooms. In Citrus Highlands. Reliable experienced baby S.'It- br U>. Claimant hi. a tnt ar hit. attfimtrl Mane, ar* .. follow! CoL John L. Ferguson chaIrman
ter, Janice alaS ... aooomptnM. kr a II.71 Artlwr W. WaMaUah, S* Artrla RI.i'wdaIs ..
Jessup made
.. .. .. Near beach. Phone 488-3323 at- ., llalm. da.maad of the dlaconate
,.. A. All-Cat tnckam CHIC f. and toy.".h or V. AMERICAN ROOFING CO. INC.For .
...... Him to .. *. IS .. ,JOB WANTED. Cal James .to tha amount of ..
II far *a> I feye0.udd.d Tll-a 4.l M toll. for the deacons and
Jn. r., aaat KiKroM. nwraafto. Linderman at 488-4609. Full claim, aol claim toy,.. ..., ... abttlntdfrom Arthur W. WalarKek. tea aar Mnt a free estimate on a WALL CRETE lob on your residence .
....... ., .1 -,. .. COMFORTABLE 2 Bedroom, Countr Jiirirrt,. offlra. deaconesses:
A""" tha It la mr Intentlo to applr to thaClark commercial dealer franchised
... ... time if possible if not will take or : building. Only area
nOd. I., SI Gd IInp P.o. furnished house located corner I LYLE CRAWFORD BMITH and at tha Circuit Court la and (orBarMote RECRUITMENT AND MEM-

I.. ...... to _". .. part time work. LAWRtNCB: L. EMITH. J..., rtorlaa. to sealaNt to handle MAGNUM a mildew and watentain resistantapplication.
lot north of Venlce-Noko- .. ,.. BERSHIP: Mrs. Philip E.
of thaBttata
Andllarr Ad..lnl. ra the MM MUM Wa4*. 8 f
mis Methodist Church. Screen. of Lawranoa L. Smith, vie* n"eo .... pravtatana at ChapMrtODII. Haglund, chairman; C. Lawrence . Can be painted, brushed or rolled on.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne PersonalsLUMLEY Uwi ., Ftoriaa. Ata of 1(141.
Inch $3.00Both ed porches. Phone 474-2445. ABLAIIt a DEAN WIt._ Mr band th* Sod dar of Vickers vice-chairman: 555 W. DEARBORN ST. ENGLEWOOD
Edition per Kuykendall Broker. r O Bow 1>7>. Jute, 11M. with William C. Dove and
Editions, per Inch $330 Be careful. We I1T N..... Strait. AIt'l'RtT8 W. WAThEUCII.FuhIObe Philip E. Haglund additional Telephone
Vtnlea, Florida.PlfclllB Jt.p 5. P. 10. 1'1. 1584.
SMALL COMPLETELY are moving In. A. C.
FUR- I Juhr I. II '0. IT, 6I.IN I members. Business 474.3375 Home 474-1794
All classified ads payable In NISHED Apt. 2nd floor, private PASTORAL VISITATION I

dvince eicept es'ablished entrance. Ideal for single Business Personals TH. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTIC1! Or' INTRItTION: TO William 1'. Packard chairman
woman or retired couple. Closeto TWELFTH JUniCHt. CIRCUIT IN IEGI8TEB riCTITIOUS NAMK:
.ccoun theater. AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY Tba andvralnad. doai ........ aurUTy ; Mrs. Walter G. Fletcher - -.
$60 per mon. Phone JUST RETIRED director of FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.: that ht aoadttitlni a Maaa'actunr'a vice-chairman; with additional -
474-2445. as RUTH MAT8CHVLL Ares giulnaai. at 1M Ole Oak BA.V Mrs. Elmer .
members :
CANCELLATION or finance and accounts with ... lull If... IT.TII .nk ., tk. flrtltlom aa
AIRY J ROOM Apartment one of largest housing authorities FREDERICK: MAT8OTUL.L of Clan.nI"AamlaM and Shot ..484lie G. Towers, Mrs. Theodore
ADJUSTMENT NOTICE!: OP SUITTo .. hi eentpMad of th. followiavami E. Hedlund and Mrs. John L... NOTICE !
(quests( for cancellation .. Utilities included. Near hoe of the United States. Widefinancial I FREDFRICK MAT8CHULL", addnta who ...... and plaoai' ofar __
pital. 540 Nokomis Ave. 488- and accounting ex unknown. aa follow. Ferguson.
or adjustment became of You ara hcrthf MtlfM that a edt Cant* V. Boor*.*. Ut Oleo Oak M, DIACONATE SUPPLIES) I
be for 4008. perience. Your bookkeeping, I lu .han..yc hat ...... _who ...IDOI Vmlea. FisOwoieblp
.rror must made accounting, social security, yes hr. RUTH MATSCHULL In Uit ('I.. of ". Air -a. iit.laito Ralph E. Feden chairman;; During the summer months our office
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE 2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfur- salt Court of tht Twalflh' Judicial Circuit ai follow I Oaerea V. BourM, 10*%. Mrs. Laurence V. Pittman,
withholding tax unemployment Saraiota Countr Florida' and you It l. mr Intention. to arorr .. th*
5 pjn. on Mond.y. For Monday nlshed. Plenty room for chll- compensation etc., done a,, ..,tooaoaI. oydood: ;.:.d em Clrk of tht Circuit Court la and for vice-chairman: ; Maj.) Henry R will be closed all In
Gondolier BEFORE S dren and pets. Phone 488-6781. qnlrad, to flit\ ronr. w.It... Atm of Saratou Gossip' YlseldsN! r..1.... the Chamberlin. Jr' secretary. day Saturday. case
I on a monthly or quarterly force to Uia Complaint flltd\ htroln mid name Glen Air AawelaM under GRANTS:
pm. on Thursday. t Unit UNFITRNISRVD .n. basis. .Reasonable fees. Your ...In.1 roa In tha abort antltladeauat th* provlaloni at Ch..... 109&'. La... CHARITABLE
of call the
OPTION TO Birr. CAST TIRMS. business held strictly confidential. In .... sOlos of tha Clark. of the. of Florida< A'". of 154!. Col. Ferguson chairman ex. emergency please following
PHONE CALL. LOU JACOBS. 4M-I51T Circuit Court I In and for Earatota Countr WIN". my hand till tSth . of officio Mrs. William C. Dove,,
Call evenings, 4881893. Florida on or bcfora the 4th dar ofAur. Juna, 1M4.Smokey. ;
.. 1BI4, and to me.. a eye of edt GROROJl V. BOURGETI'Dhll.hod. vice-chairman ex< 488-3125 LOW SUMMER Rates. Weekly Amy or 001.... upon Harrr A.oltaemy . ID. 55, July 4. I" to I" dell D. Kincaid treasurer ex-
or monthly. Furnished or un RUBBER STAMPS made to or. V........ for plaintiff, 484....
furnished. Worthington Apart- der. Overnight service. Office P. O. Box '01. Vantea, Florida< .. orhtTora officio; and Dr. Chable ex/
mid, data, at required br. thelawa officio member.
merits, across from Venice personal pocket or stock. of Florida and the IOU Role of AND CONFIR- /

Real EstateHELP Shopping Center. Stop in or 488-1432. I Civil a Dterae Froctrdura Pro ConfoMO If you will fill ht Says MATONS BAPTISMS: Col. Ferguson chairman JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY f INCufa.nct
phone .pln'l "yon for the rtlltf atmandtd lathe vice-chair ,
I Complaint. Taa nature of .. setS. ; Mrs. Dove
me move the hundreds : LARGE COTTAGE, completely Dressmaking, alterations, draperies : la for divorce. man; Mrs. Fittman secretary;; n

of fine building and investment furnished. In Laurel. $65 per etc. reasonable 488-1130 Kail It It ha btrtby.....II.h.ardent.. once that a thIs week Notlte for and Dr. E. Robert Chable, ex- 0/
lots we have In this area I month. No pets or children.Ph. four ..._ .. wttka In tht VmleaOcadollar officio member. ErIfIMsltoJ 1929 I

city and suburban. List :your 488-4909 8-5 p.m. 488-3619, Saraeota ,Countr.a ......Florida....., aubllihtd and. .having. I. USHERS. RECEPTION AND 243 W. VENICE AVE.

South Venice lots with us We 6-9 pm. or write Mary A. a irmtral! alreulatlon. FRIENDLINESS: Mrs. Fred. VENICE FLORIDA

art movin' em. Call Bruce F. I Beach. P. O. Box 612, Venice. SHEPARD Clrall 11'I...Court. mr or hand............Clerk..trth. of Judicial laid erick W. Hohman, chairman; Select and Consult an Independent I
Thompson at Gulf Realty. Circuit. I. and for Saraiota Countr. Mrs. John S. Kullby vice. PHONE Insurance
Phone Day 488-6738, Nito 488- BUILDING? VACATIONING? LUMBER CO. Florida. on the loth d.. o< June, 116" chairman; and additional Agent as you
W. A. WYNNE. 488-6791 would Doctor .
your or
5838. Call 488-3602 for 1 bedroom Clerk. of the Circuit. Court, members, Clarence C. Cooper
apartment near Venice) Beach. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. ......... Cola."' Florida. and Thomas W. Marvin.ANNUAL .
Sarasota BPI Betty K. Staara,
Deputy Clerk.r ..
Lots For Sale can July I. it, m, r, mi.

LOT IN BAY POINT. Noko- I room apartment $85 per
mis. Mile from beach. Block month :year around. 4lT Me- rwtiftm 300ICIALCIsCOOT orFLORIDA. s FURNITUREBritton's !
west of U.S. 41. $1,290. COUNTY.
Make offer or will trade for 18 VACATIONER'S NOT ICE. Alum. Windows & Doors. IN CHANCERY.

or 20 ft. MFG boat, motor and Completely furnished I. S, 3 Contract Roofing & Painting ISLAND PROPERTIES.CASE NO. 55,3 INC!" > A natural cause for flight! HOUSE OF FURNITURE Get the best car rental deal fromECONOCAR
trailer. Phone 488-6629. Phone 488-2132 Venice ,
room apartments and bath, Including Florida corporation Plaintiff, t"
utilities and linens.
Priced to Bell. Call owner Weekly 10-$15-$20; Monthly. a RICHMOND corporation, RALPH E. TRAUBEL LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
488 6225. $30-$55-$85. Call 488-3447 evenings Business PersonalsTYPEWRITERS ,K, and ANNETTh JEAN TRAUBEL EXQUISITE
........ ,
474-2569. 604( and 518 Armada .4 and wife

vr'irR esninesra rOTS Road. and Adding NOTICE[)ot.nd..OP'". SUIT I EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY the only'difference Is the low price

VIINI'II BlISINII" 'ITIICUL Machines (mechanically: operated TO RALPH E. A'i'ltl'JR and. TRADITIONAL
I.OU Jcoag. ass-ussr :
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the Chemically cleaned ANNETTE JEAN:

ELK INLET Seawalled private water. Nicely furnished. like new.) Just $12.SO plus partsif YOU huihand ARE and HEREBY wlfi. NOTIFIED that Let us style your favorite vase Offers you MORE Costs yon LESS

boat basins E L. Kilton, NPC. Phone 488-3681. required. All makes Venice a tult for a temporary. Injunction retralnlnc >. or ceramic Into beautiful lamps.
Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. dtfendinU, thdr aienta FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%
Bayshore Drive. Nokomis. tcrvanla. and _.10,_. or any of them e e Restyling
3 BEDROOM HOUSE, air con 4884113. from further prottcutln the conitructloa t c Rewiring Delivery
Credit cards honored
ditioned and furnished in of tht Improvemtnta locatod on tht 5 All Lamp Re pain '
herein danribtd and In duecourac
Houses For Sale Venice. $90 per month. Writeor Instruction property and.a permanent dtftndinu Injunction from conitructlnlanr rattraln- Wort by Experienced Designers and Safety Seat-Belts e By the hour, day,
phone Earl Bond WA8-4381, Improvemtnta on laid property lu Craftsmen Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month
Rt. 3, Box 564X. Arcadia, Fla., violation of laid rtitrletloni. hu b.<.n
FORCES Owner to .
sacrifice custom-built home and give references' lessons for beginners CORP, a corporation. In.volvlnc THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

on Bay View Parkway. Beautiful TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by and advanced by qualified Saraiota tha following Countr, Florida dncribed, provenIB FLORIDA Drive our New I

view of Dona Bay. Natural year. Completely furnished teachers. Call 488-1497 1214 tot IT, SIESTA thereof ISLES recorded Unit If.In. 204 N. TAMIAMI.. TRAIL SARASOTA. automatic shift 9 9 I
1 ai plat
fireplace tile roof oak par Automotle heat and air con Mango Ave, Venice. Kit Book per 10. Pan II, Public Rao $3
quet floors closed-ln garage ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. ordi of Banuota County' Florida I 2-door VALIANTS.
required to arrve a copr __ per --*'
nd are
screened porch many built-in Tampa St., close to stores Pets of your written dot...... If mr to the -w----- .lR Also, other fine tuI lor It ....
features. heat. For P1NKERTON. SPAR .. ...... --
Duct appointment Tel. 4881321. lama upon KIRK. 'p-'= jitmnrrt fm-y"""* ""> <"- -- CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
ROW. TRAWILK MCCLELLAND atlornayl .... .... ...
call 4884852. ADORABLE CHINESE: PUG for plaintiff. 1900 Main Build. LAKE VIEW GOLD MEDALION at higher rates. ,
puppies. ARC. Call after 4 liD", Saratota. J'Itedssod< file the ,
ATTRACTIVE S Bedroom, 2 Misc. For Sale original thereof -vita, Ike clerk. of the
baths. Reasonable. Easy p.m. 4882858. ,bcvo ityled court on or before Julr MODEL HOMEIN
17, 1X41 otherwise a decree will beenured
term. P. O. Box 88, Venice ONE-HALF TON CARRIER Legal atalnit you for the mild demanded GARDENS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
or 488-8474. In .... eompliint BEAUTIFUL VENICE
Air-conditioner $25. Phone WITIIEBS my h.nd sad lbs seal of.oId RENT A CAR DIAL 488.1096
to really enjoy
488-6641 evenings 488-2637. Ilf TillS OOUIIT OP TBB COUNTY e.ast .1 S..1o, FIor1<1o, tJoIoII Desires family ,

neighborhood between Co. PLORIDAIN PIOSAT5 Clark W. A.of WYNNJI the Circuit Court TERMS NO CLOSING COSTS GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVenice i.
Casey Key Beach and shop- Tri-County Equipment I. lie JIJot... "f.JZATHUY. of garatota County EZ
pin,. Cement block a BR 80x N. 11001.D.. By BETTY! K. B1EGRB: Air Conditioned Electric Heat Pump
FLA,, .. .
RD. Dtputr Center
Tiled Bath Shopping
I 145 ft. high lot on canal. paved NoTice Or INTENTION TO MAlt I KIRK PINKERTON. SPARROW, Two Lar Bedrooms Two

streets, partially furnished, 755-5705 APPLICATION DISCHARGE FOR FINAL TRAWICK..... for a MCCLELLANDor P1.1,51(1Inca JT I 1 II I 1' Screened lanel 31' I 14' Carport CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES: SUMMER

pUrl, unfiltered well water no ThIs wttk jpecw/i; / on Motlaa to kartbr ..lvt UiU I hum Main Bulldiacula'lt WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
city taxes. Winfleld Way n.... arr. final raport .. Eiaratar of s......... P
( Wiyn Air Compressor laa aatato at Ktathtor" H. Kim ... Publlob.h July *. IS. I*. 1MI /IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Channel Acre.), Z. W. Streu. _,.a, tag I kava flM" air patltlon for 488.6653 I IMHBil WorWi fartaat .rowing ear rw W ayatata laBBWHWal
Nokomis. flaal dlieharca. an4 that oa tha IlrdaaM Harry! L. Keel l builder ph.
cur ts' A. 0. InCa. I OI eoI, ._. I ,
Studio site Pisno
NEW. CHICKERING ...:'J.::..;. ); Ce..ep; .1 See.Tes -
RICHMOND Buckeye.Choice and bench. Excellent con Cease' FIorkIoo, foto .p..01 of
Venice Gardens loca $600. Phone 488-8823 -f- flaal raport .... fop fln.1 dloeh.... I SINS S DINE DANCE LARGER
tion. dition. M Extmilor at tha ....* of KtathlarH.
Water and sewer. Central tar 4 p.m. KI.... iaaiatti. .t DISTINCTIVE
heat &: air conditioned, garage, Tkla lath d." of Zrn... A. D. IM4.Htnaltr Corner

We roof concrete drive. All Auto For Sale Cueutar: J'lki tha ...... ofKtathltr CYROSVENETIAN I Real I Estate D I..t I

formica kitchen $14,7M. Easy K. Rim, Ito..... tf
flnancln,. Immediate occu. eat, a Dam. AtMrnantlf MOON
Nattut ."
pancy. Phone Mr. O'Hearn, 1963 CHEVROLET Pickup. 11, Vtolta, ri.P.hIt.h.d & fri. & S.f. Ul & Bill .
488.52111 or 488-1474. 000 miles. A-l. Overload Inn H. Jar .. 15. .. 1H4 -

springs hydraulic lift gate, ._ = .- $11,750 .
I Kill BAHRAIN. I. SRMINOK.' $1,650. Jim Ponder, 488-6508. INTERESTED?
CALL,, LOU JACOBS, 4M-IIW RAMBLER DODGE INTERESTED 3 Bedroom 2 baths, Screened Completely Furnished
SALE BY OWNER. Well-kept rIS S. T.mfaml' Trail 488-3945-4884150 Porch, attached carport, Oil Good Financing/

home. 2 baths. Wlnira, r Rtolfor heat
Lovely landscaping. Walking SOLITAIRE : I 105 East Aurora

distance to beach postofflee and diamond wedding ring ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE $17.500.00 UNFURNISHED HERMIT L

'tores. 505 Granada Ave. Ven on Nokomis' Beach off pavilion. S Repair e Lubricate ChiselsS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR
Union TelqrapkMenday
ice Reward. Contact The Gondolier' Front End Alignment Oil ChangeS Agent far Wester H. N. WIMMERS

Newspaper. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beam thN Friday te Si; Saturday to I REALTOR

SACRIFICE. LEAVING town. C Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair CLOSED: SUNDAYS
3 spilt 221 W. Milllli Ave. 801 Laquna Drive
bedrooms 2 baths ,
Wanted Standard
Help Overhaul I Automatic or
e Any
level home pool beach rights. Engine HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 488.5308 48-4421
8-5849.. S Radio Repaid TransmlsttoA Repair ,
wants live-wire licensed real Alreondlttontnq' POurs and Mallatlon

estate salesraam. Reply J. C.,


DO PEOPLE time. Apply: to Venice: Yacht:. CORPORATIONMember SOUTH VENICE
Club after 11 a.m. 2-bedroom, I I'/' baths, fireplace florid. room, large screen S Lots Corner Roslyn & Rallus-AII For .. .. .... .$1200 '

.. Chamber of Commerce porch. garage. Downtown location, across from City Park S Lots Corner Baffin & Papaya-Paved Street on....$1500 ,

I READ Boats For Sale. DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE 4 Lot--er9e-Corn.r' Bradenton Geneva ......$1200 :

Heating and Air Conditioning Price $13,750 5 Lots Extra Lar9e-Tortoise & Marltn .. ......., ,$1500 I. '

SMALL ADS? 3 Lots Devon Raod . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .$1200
SACRIFIce OfTIR 18-ft / & Air Conditioning 'Installation ; I
length, 8ft. beam. PlntoVaVTO Heating FRANK C. RAEBURN 4 Lots-On Gentian Between Wisteria t Avelon ...$l400
WELL Water Heaters
engine. Tunnel stem. Allfibreglassed. Gas Ranges
'. Draft Free) EitlmetM REALTOR GULF

YOU ARE! 12-ln. wonderful for bay and No Job .To. Big er, Too Smell 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 4SUMO 488-2649 214 I S.:'Tamtam? Tr. P, O. Boa .35 r.ioiva 4M47JIVENICE.
of room for chain Ph. 488-2271
gulf. LotI m Se- Trail, Venice r'
J JI and fishing tackle. (980. Phone S S

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I Sarasota County Tax Roll Climbs Past $400 Million MarkSarasota I

County'i total ... previous year was held down acreage tracts converted Into Stuart, that each mill in the I uation for 1964 represented first, the 1963 figure next and a Lands Wholly Exempt (1964) $4,190,620; ((1963)) $3,887,.
eased valuation will top $400- by the fact that county build subdivisions. The tax assessor county's tax rate will produce residential construction. However the percentage of change; ((1964)) $13,245,750; ((1963) $12- 070; increase 8.4 per cent
million In 1964 for the second ing permits in 1963 were about said there was no general revaluation $296,670 in cash revenue, or there was considerable a Non-exempt Real Estate- 869,560; increase 2.9 per cent. Town of Longboat Key I
straight year.A 15 per cent lower in dollar but that his office $12,709 more per mill than in activity in the commercial and ((1964)) $265,133,630; (1963)) $254- Relative county assessmentsof (1964) $7,831,110; ((1963)) $$7,001
tentative tax roll totaling volume than In 1962. had kept up with value changesand 1963. On that basis, about $349- industrial fields during 1963, 197,055; increase '.3 per cent. non exempt property in the 230; increase 11.8 per cent.
$421,848,432 was presented to The county tax assessor said, trends throughout the 240 more in total tax revenue with about $tt-rmllion in new e Homestead Exemptions various municipalities for the
the Board of County Commis however, that despite that decline county. could be obtained In 1964 at assessments resulting. Included (1964)) $11,932,110; ((1963)) $105- years 1963 and 1964 is ahown
toners by Tax Assessor Wilt the 1864 tax roll Increase The operating value for 1964Is the same tax rate levied In were numerous store buildings 097,500; increase 6.5 per cent below: DINING AT ITS BEST!
liam N. Stuart last Tuesday. of $95 per cent was only slightly $296,670,452, made up of 1963. a large industrial addition -: a Tangible Personal Property C City of Venice (1964))
The 1964 tax roll represent below the SB per cent Increase $265,133,630 in non-exempt real' Stuart said the 1954 tax roll bank and office buildings,' ((1964) $30,330,560! ; ((1963)) $13,750,810; (1963)) $12,891,460; CYROSVENETIAN
a five per cent increase of shown on the 1963 roll estate; $30,330,580 In tangible indicates total appraisals of service stations and resort $28,561,421! ; increase 62 percent increase 6.7 per cent. I
$18. 19,377 over the 1963 tax Stuart reported that this was personal property; and $1,206- real and personal property of structures. a City of Sarasota (1964)) MOONBill
roll of $401,1128.1135.Included made possible by the fact that 242 in railroad and telegraph $703,080,520, or nearly three Important items in the ten-II Railroad and Telegraph $119,730,140; ((1963) $115,366 Morris
in the 1964 county land values had risen in a assessments. quarters of a billion dollars. tative 1964 valuations follow, (1964)) $1,206,242; (1963 $1,203- 370; increase 3.8 per cent. SINGS FRI. AND SAT.
tax roll are assessed valua. number of areas and various These figures mean, said Most of the Increase in val. with the 1964 figure shown 189; increase .25 per cent. C North Port Charlotte -
lions el 17.350.850 for the
Englewood d Street Light Di. --

trio; $4,459,610 for th
wood Water District I ; $3,338,9
for South Venice Road and a
Bridge Tax District No. 2; $!,. down produce lane
094,270 for Golden Beach Road
and Bridge Tax District No. S;
and $263,650 for Beach Park A ,t Sweet Thompson SeecfIeaafLJt.VOtlfU'
Road and Bridge Tax DistrictNo. e
4.Venice. U p t .
has $13,750810 in , .T .GRAPESIb.

taxable property subject to ... .. ,.... C-US ,
county levy, according toStuart' ; BREAKFASt\ ,. "
figures. Total assessed
valuation of other municipalities :
In the county are North OLEO :
Port Charlotte 959,970.; 29c
Longboat Key, $7,831,110; and
Sarasota 119730140. w
Stuart reported that the
mount of increase over the ,.Ib. 10ectll. w
r dtoMtlt
wltu n '. A.M.
mwn vr r./n. wucww
Reaves InjuredIn ,,\141) T itX o' $1.000

C ; : ,uaC14 Moat Fruit Prink

NPC MishapA ,

3 3Z oz. 51
two-car crash on US. 41
.t North Port Charlotte hospitalized cansFt .
a Venice Hospital
; 0 HIIIIt' TesgyrTomato
laboratory technician late

Tuesday.Tony Reaves, 36, of Glen Juice .
Oak Road Venice Gardens,
was admitted to the hospital
with face and knee cuts and 3Z0z.19c
a bruised head.
Trooper Don Nolder of the 4
Florida Highway! Patrol charged Sonshae Whole
the driver of the other car r'
Mrs. Inez G. Booher, 53, of ;.QUA 1 ; > White Potatoes
165 Porto Bello Rd, North .'.' SMOO.H
Port Charlotte, with failure to AI'
yield the right of way. Nolder
said Mrs. Booher drove into IJQe 303 10e
the path of the Reaves car at can
I the intersection of Grobe
Street and the Tamiaml Trail. 1 '
Clyde McFarland. 14, of Venice : .age ANmD
a passenger with his mother i ( HAM
Mrs Margaret McFarland : ll. ..
L in the Booher car, sustained a i : 5 "
bruised leg. Damage to the two J "RCHUCClStOM,.

ear In Venice was estimated police reported at $350. a / I s: aa e eg8B.": ... :yp 3 lb. $2.1 9

minor truck-car collision and
dairy specials
I the theft of a wallet from a
ear parked at the municipal
beach. Breaksron Salted or Unsalted
The truck-car mishap In the
parking lot of No-Vel American Whipped ButterCUp
Legion! Post Involved a car SAVE 30c
driven by Jean Paul Cockrill lEG. 19c
of Venice and a pickup owned 8 0:. 39 DETEtlGEtoff
by William G. Schepp of No- Swlft'i Premium Tatty LOW.SUDS

komis.The wallet, containing a. Pillsbury FrozenSnowflake a Bag Sausage 3 lbs. 99 ALL
mall amount of cash and valuable !
papers was taken Wednesday
afternoon from the Chunk
Swift' Premium
owned glove compartment by Oliver L. of Hardestyof a car 2 -' 45' 49C

Silver Spring, Md. o n Bologna e 5 e 3 Ibs. 99c i$.

CountY Receive
; Sliced Canadian t6Atu6clusBS
Swift'i Premium 1
frozen foods
I Race Track CashState
te59 M B
Bacon : c
Comptroller Ray E. Tip Top Allotted n a :
Green has mailed checks for
Fruit Drinks
$14,000 from the state racetrack
tax funds.
I Green said it was the final
9 'os. 99
payment for the current fiscal com ,. .BBYOMM r9aeMentMMBfsMMMt11MrBYMBXMMNOBBIr
year and would make the total
received by each county from PRICES
the race track fund $234,000. Birds Eye Frozen a I
the highest in the history of LIA EFFECTIVE
the tax. Each county received Green Peas 'TENDERIFFIC'Swift's
; MOM., TUES. WED., :
$206,800 last )'ear.C..en ;

I would be said in the the next early payment all. 5 10 pkgi.os. $1 J JULY 6, 7, ;, 19(4 IIOOX'XEXTRA

S Premium k
: s.
Rella BeieheyLVWGA :
( ( C ("
IOO omEXTRA"'X 5O ; '
Winner UU ..., .

Rella Beighey scored a 41 J"; Green Stamps J4j( Green Stamps 8 roien; BEEF -

to take Class A laurels In the -'a ai..wp+ar d...4. ; ***!.a .1p.d0 RARMSTRONGS (
i TEA.
low net tourney, held Wednesday CARE (for wood floors) TENDERUAf INSTANT I
at Lake Venice Golf Club 22 e,. tisi 98e 1 01. bonus |or 89e B THE BEEF THAT NEEDS LESS COOKING TIME :: :: 0 e
by the Lake Venice Women's O .
Golf Association She also tied RUT! .wlrw MlMl* Jvly a 1M4) ,_ MM !.u a sew r=t .M M r r.M M d en O M M M O BR Bel NI M to Ba O iO lq BEB 84I 1Ni 0
for low gross with Jerry Ur- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo
nkar. Both in with 51'.. OV'T. INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN
Second in Class with 42 "
A a rlEXTRA"'X C (
rlrXEXTRA"'X C ( \ 501
Be* Stewart, playing! In
Class B, had low net for the J"( Green Stamps! J4j d ( Green stamps
day a 39. Runnerup in Class I .+Ufc*.|wend a.a ell ; I ..a.11 ww.4....w ell ; STEAK
day was Marie Reichard with
a 39(4. 14 01. can 89c 10 as. pkg. $1.19 TONELESS ROUND C
In Class C, Ida Beake came {.,.{n. W.., !.b 4 InvIrM MM* July S. ) JI
In first with a 42. In the runJlerup S'JOo' o QoooL9 J 61J1 u' 2QO
spot with a 43 was Florence .

This Beatty.week's wvjnt will be lIAm50 !SomE..wtIAmso,
another low net tournament.The :

I United States sells more Jnl Green Stamps J4j( Green.Stamps.. STEAKIb.
.. ...... I Ma...- -ri ;
than 28 per cent of the tobacco I ***i w* *4 ;
leaf bought In free world market MR. BUBBLE IUBBU BATH LATEX NAJt POUSH REMOVE

some 505 billion pounds.for large sine 39e lrPties large list I
an 890O .o o o"3UyJ3W L es

enioyabladay GOLF \ Venice Shopuing Center
o(_ !50ID"r''i:; m50!; 50ID"rW."IDSO, i iooii Store Hours: 1

TRY J" Green Jw Green Stamps i i

:., SARASOTAGOLF I w..5aw..d Stamps*.e_.a I .e...--....-.. ; Mon-FiL 8M9:00: :

24 os. pko 41. largo size 60c 8:30 7:00
GREEN S3.oo ,...... _.. """ a saw L Sat : :
FEES . [3. Two SQ.Q.O..01O..o..ooooooooooo a
South of Sarasota
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