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 9, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00214
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Serving the F.....* Growing Area en Florida's West Coast Osprey Laurel Nokomis Venice South Venice Venice Gardena Venice East Englewood North, Port Charlotte

VOL. 20. NO. 51 16 PAGES VENICE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS





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Retaining county definitely will build a causeway across Lemon

Bay at the north end. of Manasota Key for access while the new
Sarasota County has bridge there It under construction Commissioner Masel C. Huston
to the U. S. Army said
i i2LJ Wednesday.
for a permit to "If we can work out any way et all, we will have a cause
Blackburn
along the east Bay side of way," Huston told The GONDOLIER. The South County cornminloner -

Island Park, just north Mid there has been tome disagreement over Stat
bee Road bridge. Road Department right of way ownership on the property at the
The rubble revetment northeast corner of the bridge.
extend 1.800 feet and Huston said plant are" to construct the earthen causeway
about 30 feet from the [just north of the present bridge which was scheduled to be
edge of the Intercoastal closed to traffic by the contractor on Monday He said work

way channel. The on the causeway would get underway |just as soon at the detail
south ends would can be worked out.

existing seawallsOswald's "If we c.n't tie in directly north of the bridge," said Huston,

"we will bypass the property on the northeast corner and go to
the first dedicated road north of the property.

Contract for construction of the new $750),000 bridge has
t2 been awarded to Bay Dredging end Construction of Tampa The
firm has 360 working days to complete the new concrete and

,,1 '...' \''' .. a.Ai.. LiU To Visit AreaNORTH steel' bascule span over the inland waterway. I

BEAUTY BEGINS REIGN Frances Marie Webinga PORT 'S FINE judging by the smiles on day when they were caught by the GONDOLIER X- if \

bean her reign this week as the new Miss Venice after Dallas Policeman of this pert trio visiting their grand camera. They are the daughters of
I being crowned queen at the Fourth of July festivities sponI (Nick) McDonald, who at Manasota Gardens from upstate Mr and Mrs Douglas Fessler Moravia N.
I aced by the Venice Jaycees. She is the daughter of Mr. ed Lee Harvey Oswald, I York Sharon 13, Marilyn IS, and Pat Y., and granddaughters of Mr and Mrs. Residents of
land Mrs Paul J. Webinga 202 E. Crest Dr, Overbrook ed assassin of president 9, were trying their luck crabbing Herman Fessler of Manasota Gardens. Key
I Gardens Story and pictures of the 1964 beauty pageant on nedy, will arrive here the North Manasota Key bridge Mon ." 1

Page 4- family Sunday as a ..........,.. .... '
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the National Police -- ,..._ _.....4 .

Fame McDonald and Museum.was elected 2)r SECOND IN SERIES Hit Span ClosureBy

Police Hall of Fame : j
Aircraft Firm hand.to-hand capture
wald in a Dallas movie I I IchooLCampus SAM DILLON marooned, with all egress cut
ter. Prospect of being maroonedby off.Some
The officer,. his wife $ Grows a hurricane or cut off from 300 persons reportedlyhave
three children who rapid emergency medical at- signed petitions currently
Leaving Venicet here overnight, will meet tention were two of the chief being circulated, asking
officers at a dinner or ti worries of North Manasota' Sarasota County commission. ken
eon, plans for which E. DAVIS Principal building construction. All of C speak of during fce past ten Key residents with the closingof to throw up a temporary
t official now- Olson Air- portion of Its operations to announced Gerald Venice High School wing will be remodeled to ir years This shop nil give our the north bridge, before causeway across the bay I
(It Co. is leaving Venice North Carolina, I have tender. director of the Police Plannln. for 1961-65 elude both an art departmentand students a chan.. to learn at Huston'* announcement. alongside the proposed bridge
nofficlal word current for [ed my resignation as a direc i Fame, is in charge of knows, we are a business department. least the beglnmrgs; of a trade. The bridge across Lemon construction
ne time of the firms im- ments. in a big building and Our DCT program will still It is our hope 0.at we can be- Bay at the north beach was Dr and Mrs. Charles H.
ding departure was made program on the be housed in C wing, and our gin with the ten'i fade boyor scheduled for closing Mondayby Piper termed the idea of a
cial! yesterday with a news tor"Chamber School Campus. CBE (Cooperative Business girl and give tb/m adequate the firm which holds the causeway "the best alternative
of '
I training in one nous
patch from Raleigh, N. C., high school alone we Education) will be added. Mostof that when they leave contract to construct a new ." Dr. Piper said he was
areas so
ch quoted Gov Terry Sand six new classrooms, A wing will be remodeled to high school they can nter tbj span. told by a friend in the bridge
d saying it was movingan and large give us a large, alr-conditlon- labor market with ;* salareknowledge (See related story page '7) construction busi'llesslP north
unannounced location in to carry on almost any ed lecture room and two adequate that access Is commonly provided
t state of school teaching or laboratories one for physics In this manner, even j '
he firm. originally Iro- To 'Miss Venice'Directors Very likely the langu and chemistry and the For our first year we planto Eazhg. or the old woodenbridg1 across .wlft.movlng streams
to make for
MS Aircraft Corp. Inc. of will be moved other for biological science. offer a two-hour block( of way construe "They could even have left
Ion of the concrete
<*hold N. Y., came to Venn new wing which will We will attempt to go back to time in small gasoline motors ; new the present bridge in place and
and steel is scheduled to
Jodel American AirIt just west of our the actual student experienceIn electronics and build mg. Ross span built the new one alongside" )
Corp last August with the of the Venice Area tion, also sponsored by the cafeteria the lab procedure. Smith a former industrial begin Immediately, declared Dr Piper "The county ,'.
lounced intention of manu- Chamber of Commerce votedMonday coos, would go on as teacher from McIntosh schoolof Fire ThresfrThe owns plenty of right of
I will be an air-cooled could be exciting threat of fire without
The a
shop very
taring<< the French-make Jo- to contribute $100 toward It at Sarasota, will head up our "
was suggested way
built just to the for student- due to the
wood and fabric aircraft the expenses of the new' that the area thing our program and will very likely adequate protection 'No Straight Answer*
day's meeting
of what we now call B body We have always had a lack of an improved road also
lie Olson Corp of Sarasota Miss Venice during the next competition be called the teach the small motors classas "The trouble is," he added,
wings of our building good business course fora was a major cause for concernof j
uind very well the class in build. I
controlling Interest year as can't
get straight
"you a
Venice Area contest answer i
to and
first year we hope school of our size we the north key dwellers Fire
it March The donation was requestedby John H. Shufflebarger '
At that time it was replied that the franchise Ing. And he went on to assert
to offer electronics and Increasethe calls the key are handledby
plan to Improve on
Chamberof East
the Venice Junior to from Bay
ounced the firm would be by the Jaycees comes us that the money spent by
gas motors woodwork offerings here but we have the Englewood Volunteer
Slicing 10 aircraft month Commerce, which sponsorsthe
the in the
a 2) county widening
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to ( on
next month and 20 a month annual MillS Venice con. (Continued on Page better described as not had any industrial arts Fire Department which already road midway down the key
has made a test run to
December, test "could damn-well have been
the north end of the key and
''hen the firm came to Ven Bob Knuckles. representingthe found it nearly two miles spent on building a causeway,"
last told the chamber Several of the Interviewed ,
August the promotersd Jaycees Further via the beach road persons
it would be in productionlast directors the money would go than by way of improved Highway expressed the opinion
November and that in Into a $400 fund of which the 775Without. that Commissioner Masel Hus
first year it would be turn Jaycees would contribute $100 some access to the ton seems to be the only mem.ber .
out 120 aircraft annually and $200 would be sought from north end of the key, heavy of the county board to
would employ 60 workers. the city council. concrete trucks and other have taken any Interest in
ring its operations here it Knuckles said It was plan. heavy equipment also would be their problem "We're Reoub- ,
embled two of. the Jodel ned that the money be used to Forced to use the beach roadto llcans." laid Dr Piper, "but ,"
craft manufactured In Spain pay the entrance fee for Miss reach the west end of the the only one we can get any
i never employed more than I Venice In the Miss Florida contest bridge. This, residents say, action from Is Mr. Huston." tt'
alf dozen : for gowns and other would cause a continual maintenance Said Mrs Piper "I think
ollowlng yesterday's an- necessary costumes and incidentals problem on a road already It's a discourteous thing when
"Cement George E. Young The fund would be administered hi poor condition a great people who are worried aboutIt
rg who was elected to then by a three-man deal of the time. to lust sit there and not say
board when it took over committee one each from the Nearly all of the key residents anything" '
m Jodel American issued VACC the Jaycees and the Interviewed by a GONDOLIER Extension! of the north beach ?
s tatement- city council. reporter earlier In the road through South Venice to ,
inasmuch as the Olson Out of Pocket CostsIt week mentioned the threat of the Caspersen property has also ? }
mpany Is moving a major was explained that the immediate hurricanes and severe tropical been suggested as an alter-
past Miss Venice, Lois storms. pointing out that a low native to building a causeway.
White had to spend considerable r spot exists about the middle of Most of the persons queried,
iwnly Orders out-of-pocket money during the key which fills with water however, felt such a project J
the past year. during heavy rains would present too many problems
Knuckles said the Jayceesare Storm Threat and would require too
considering holding the long to accomplish
There also is the area knownas
Miss Venice contest on a ImpassableA
Blind Pass which over the
MoratoriumSarasota date other than the Fourthof years has washed out and filled workman, who said he had
July. This, he said, was because in numerous times with walked along the beach to the
the annual Fourth celebration Venice Airport times,
Sarasota County Com- storms and ocean currents many
salon including the barbecue noted that the area at the north
voted Tuesday to issue Key dwellers fear that duringa
more and fireworks made the affair the end of the key is Impassable,
permltg for outdoor hurricane people living
too long and drawn .out He even walking, except at low
vertisincemongha for the next north of that area might be
said the Miss Venice pageant tide. He added that it would
action might be held September (Continued on page 2) i
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followed
motion
the moratorium by a South and that the Fourth celebraMrs. CORRECTION

'unty commissioner Masel C. Venlce-Nokomls Bank, Sara '100 Committee' '

Stun Huston told fellow \ Drew Heads sota County's oldest bank, had
mnlls.lonera he personally total resources of $12.636.413.77 Meets\ MondayPresentation
unted d 170 Clas. B billboards and total deposits of $11.534..
advertl.lng signs on High Youth Center 4 299.86! at the close of business of proposed bylaws
HI between the Venice and last June 30 and a discussion of alms
.rata city limits Mrs. Bertha Drew of Pomelo These figures representedgains and objective are on the a
atop t order on a 400 square Road, Venice Gardens, has .ci of 329009.10 and $336. agenda of an organizational , ;
Clsse> B signboard next to succeeded Al Bradiey as director uw1L wt 987.70. respectively, for the 12 meeting of the South Sarasota I M
Piece I of business also was Of the Venice Youth Centerat r month period ending on that County Committee of 100 Monday
talned by Kokomls hard.remsn an annual salary of 3220. date, night The meeting will i >
11. Clarence W Coffman Bradley resigned to take a (GONDOLIKB PHOTO k.* Dahl Mattes horn tlrpluu. flan bf. Stu La......) The GONDOLIER Incorrectly be held at 8 p.m. in the community

the county investigates teaching job in Massachusetts GEOMETRIC PATTERNS of nearly'every iort are recordedIn front of First Federal and the triangle between the Trail and reported the figures in Mon room of First Federal
COmplaint Just above the Savings & edition Savings and Loan Assn.
of Venice along Highway The Rialto are landscaped areas day's
this gull's view of section
Items on Sal at reduced eye a
PopuJar Brand Cigarettes Many prices at LIGGETT 41, near the south city limit.. The geometric designs rang Loan building In the picture the is the Gondolier Apts Motel Across and directly Nokomis -- Summer at THE Big tort D-
the street Worthington
S3 ad. across are
and $200 carton at DRUG STORE m Venice Shop. from the simple rectangle of the $700.000 Venice Hospital SEAR'S M Venice Shoppta
Savings ft Avenue from the hospital in the upper left corner of the MEN'S SHOP, 225 W Venice
CHtK In the Rialtoe ping; Center and on W, Venice :dition to the polyhedron structure of First Federal Av Center.Fairest .
ping Centu e Avenue.. Loan Alan, In the lower right hand corner The dark .valln picture' are private xaiWonces .


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PAGE TWO THE GONDOLIER I
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CLOSING HIT ABOUT ENGLEWOOD VENICE INL1T!: TIDl\1
I Obituaries STUMP PASS TIDES

(Continued from Pap 1) HIGH Uw HIGH Im

l CLYDE H. CHILDS othy Waller of Harrison; three require counties load of fill It Outwith THURSDAY, JULY 9 U:46ana: 8:08pm: THURSDAY JULY 10:44: arm iMm:
which might be wished out In Banging - .

j i I State An Highway automobile 70 near accident Brighton on- le brothers;. of Harrison, Alva and and Dick Earl Ashley Ash- the rough event.e...of heavy rains or FRIDAY, JULY JO 1r;:; ;;; ,;;: ;; FRIDAY, JULY 10 I 11:381": d':n-ygSA

took the life of Clyde H. of Dover Del Mr land Mrt. Thomas Shaw 1:30 Dm ; ;; SATURDAY JULY 11 1'2:2: ;; ;;;;
Chllds, 42, of Albee Road Nokomis Services will be held today have a different problem. Pat BanflFkone 'URDAY, JUDY 11 : rf:38: -
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In Harrison with Interment in -
Saturday, -
Mr. Childs was owner and Braysvill. Cemetery in Frank. Their Manatee daughter Jayne, attends "4-rt4 SUNDAY JULY 12 1IIII.m: '::34am SUNDAY. JULY 12 i:49: am 1:58":
Junior College and
of Nokomis Septic lin County Indiana.Rawles I 2:2. pm 10:18: pm pm 9ta< I1iIII
operator in even now has to leave home at You have all heard the tale ttf. .and Mr*. J. H. McCurdy,
Tank here eight Funeral Home was
Co.
He came 5:45: '.m. to arrive in time for of "Bats in the Belfry" Well also from Marion. They will ---
Plant His charge of local arrangements.
years ago from City her classes Shaw said he has this is a story of a house not remain about two week, .
birthplace I was Hartford, Ala. considered plans to station an a church. The home of Mrs. .-e.. Grade Schoolers'Smol Anti-Castroites .
I He was a member of American BERNARD ENGROFF
automobile on the mainland John fa Arcadia
No-Vel Post 159 and Young up. The Sew It Shop hat moved
;, Loyal Legion Order of Sera.Cots Bernard Engroff, 73, of 824 across the bay and ferry his where Grace's sister Virginiaand from the store on Dearborn Have Small HopeOf
Moose
1319. Second Street Englewood, died daughter across each morning her husband Sam Barrbee Street off Mango 787 Englewood ADManoHi
Lodge Monday at Venice Hospital by boat. live Since his operations Sam Road across ,from St. ng Habit hIF li hnuurf Bun*. 1 1J.I
Survivors include his widow
Mrs. Pauline Chllds a son,, A native of West New York, "Otherwise," he declared can do very little about the Raphreal's Church.: Overthrow VMw. Bon SI _ob.Bar Val,. ,
; N. J., he later lived In Saxton "he'd have to leave home place. Virginia noticed some -0- Jab Si WllllM: Unm. V.lat
Tommy Chllds Duberly of Avon Falls, N. J. and came here nineyears about 3 o'clock In the bats and asked neigh I In Cuba SuttvllM. Vwlwl W.Hw WhKMlM. ,
morning flying a Under revolutionists
Counter ..... .
Park; his parents, Mr. and Mr, and Mr. Roy H. Leech SurveyHow 100' Iran. w. r. Moke.h. ,
ago from that town. Ho <<. bor to and find out for .
come over have very little hope WhltlloW G.pnrJub
Mrs. Charlie Childs of Avon of San Remo Point Drive have
was a retired wood turner in Mrs. Shaw who does most of where they were coming from. I In overthrowing the Fidel C, Jd:. v..br.. V.I,,
success
and .
Mrs.Eugene .
Park: two brothers, Russell had houseguests Mr. canal .
Childs of Avon Park and furniture manufacturing. I her .shopping Venice doesn't They took a small section of Leech and daughter more than seven percent Castro regime, accordingto e, Jdn. Vjot.Julr .. VmlM. | .,?
Mr. Engroff was a memberof I fancy the prospect of being cut the porch roof out and stood of a sample of 7,101 children Prof. Silvio dark a teacherat H....... endatat L.praanobo.rl
James Childs of Orlando; four Laurie from Phoenix Arlx. In fifth and sixth grades Indicated Garda W'.I' x.h.eJal : '
Order of
the Junior United off comoletely at the north end aside and one by one, It bats In Manatee Junior College in ti IMM BfOtar. Yuan,
sisters Mrs. Marie Renfro of Mr. Leach i* a'golf pro
American Mechanics of the key "I think it's terrible flew out. Thev lot in touch they are either "deti- Bradenton. art _...., Oipngri XT: *
Avon Park, Mrs. Charlie Mae Survivors include his widow, ," she said.Causeway. with Willard Willmott in Englewood Phoenix. They Intend to stay r'tt: cigarette smokers" is VwlMI KltabKk G.nbw l Vern
Gorlo of Sarasota, Mrs Kate for a few weeks the featured M* Cr.. V.nte.1 Jota San 1,, ,
Mrs. Idella Engroff two "highly probable smokers" is Clark was
sons
; Suggested the nephew and he IVroUw rues m 1'1..10' .
McCov: of Ocoee and Mrs. Myrtle Thomas Engroff of Hampton The Shaw feel a causew.ywould came up with a fogger They -0- disclosed in a nine-month speaker at the annual ladles aid II Sun.,,, VeelalIb I
Ellis of Lake Placid. N. J. and Robert of Attention Saramana Telephone It Was meeting of the Venice al..on, 11ah" Poe 0C.rd
Engroft be the most Immediate sprayed and waited and put "Pilot Study Report. night saffaaaa ., tn.,
7Service.. were held Tuesday Pemneville, N. J.; a brother solution to the problem. flew 200, one by one. Another Pioneer: The first picnic ;sponsored' by the Palm Beach Kiwanis Club Wednesday ..tCIro" V.l., liar'..oo'HI ., rea
morning! at Rawles Funeral of the season will be heldon _I.. N. Y., .... 11._. V."
H* explained "
Kenneth Engroff of Morris- County: Unit of the American Venetian Moon. ?
:Home Chapel with The Rev Said Mrs K. McKinley 100 flew out later, and 68 the Wednesday July. >, at Manatee Mar Wi....... Wnoram ela.nl. apt,.
town N. J; a sister, Mrs Smith their neighbor to the next morning. Interesting and Cancer Society. a "samplingM that not more than Wilt. Chute a
Artatoedemo Rodriques of Florence Merritt of Crsnfnrd, south "Something has to be true County Beach Anna Maria what may be happening in three persons are allowed together Vent. Flatter SwMvr. vale l .,
Catholic Church of the Epiphany N. J.. and seven grandchild done so we can get across" - Island Assembly at 11:30.: other counties/ throughout the at any one U", .. It Is DUCEAacUJVM :
officiating and Tuesday at 13 30 (bring
Lunch : your under the
.ftem Ol\matU-Woodlawn Memorial 'i ren. Mrs. Smith felt the cheapestand Mr. and Mrs Haywood own. Including table service). Mate. also permissible Ml J. P. BI.......... 1Baudelta ..
Funeral services will be held i Castro government for anyone
fastest solution to the prob- Greene of New York Avenue Students who participated lit Fulton. FlMldil Hun
Park in Orlando. today at 3 pen at Rawles I Bring along your bathing suit, suspected of being a counter- 0-I,,, Intlmool i Jull Gnhio, u
The graveside services andmilitary Funeral.Home Chapel in Englewood lem would be the best. left Saturday night for Tiger beach chairs, card, etc. Usual the survey did so on a voluntary revolutionist to be shot without nil Floyd P.rs., Ownrt U (oi41,
honors were conducted George Wlard also cited the Ga., for a two weeks vacation. of prises.A basic and none war askedto .1.. Mokoota.Julr' .
with The Rev Addison drawing the formality of a trial ll Alma Cobmu, Bow OrwBllubiUl
lack of protection against! fire, disclose their identity of
by American Legion Post 9 - -0- : MeMIIUa... JNokomlii Oik,
of Orlando. G. Hardee of Englewood illness and hurricanes. Said Mr and Mrs. Floyd Allen new game we have never sign their names. No V. S. MoneyNo Heot, ....... I N' .u*. Dunn Pun u
Methodist Church officiating : Wiard when asked how he felt Street went' Meal J. PMr Cause nplrali..,, v
Interment will be In Gulf Ptaes from Washington heard of before was played the Other finding compiled from American money I Is allowed tat Bthl Wilbur bislnroH. g,
MRS. IDA MAY CASE about the prospect of being<< cut to Arcadia to the Rodeo. other night at the Hall's homeon the survey questionnaires revealed laid. Maralwll VMllM.Jilr .
he Anyone
Memorial Park. In Cuba
Dr. ROM.II Blltt .
St (
off from the mainland "I don'tthink .pIV..loo.
Mrs. Ida May Case, 73, of - : Washington Avenue. It'* : There were more student found with It I I. shot on l Floruit ...ft!, Vmleii. HiVu
Pelican Road South Venice, much of it. Mr. and Mrs Charles Oulette name (and we are not sure of smokers both boy andgirls He told of a man and M ur ud Bbr Ctrl, V..ileilnl ,
died Monday at a local rest T. M. ALLMAN Wiard went on to state that from Red Bank, Mich., droveIn I the spelling nor are the Halls) among those who walk to tight woman still In Cuba burning Boa'. StrubU.Gnnd.l VHiletl FloraiM Elwood:Gv n.| t"nfci
home. T M. 61 of Mor- he was aware when he purchased Haven't themin i with die school. The ratio considerably CoiuUutr, ,
AUman. to see us. seen I II Wohoo. It I. played : was $60,000 In American currency Und Oipngii
Born in Franklin County. Indiana anton, N. C., brother of Mrs property on the key in a year and were delighted and marbles. They Mid it was less among student rather than risk being caught Huntar.July Si NokomU.G.... BurW. EitlmWllllua
she later lived in Harrison Ben Dunn of Pameto Road, 1952 that the' canal would they dropped in. With them great fun. smokers who rode the bus or with it.There. Mcf.rl.nd. Voolra.Julr .
Ohio and came here died Saturday in Morganton.He eventually go through "But was one daughter, Mrs. Ralph -oWe who were driven by parent 4, ._ Chri.un. VaVrsIola
from Harrison seven years I. survived by his widow, they didn't say they weren'tgoing Martin, and Mrs. L. W. Bates, are hapey to learn Laura Again, among the "definite I II a' shortage of everything Vcnlnl H.odrkU.StaiikM, VnilMl. Sic CiurMortom .., ICharlotUl
Mrs. Viola Allman; his father to provide access, he another daughter, who retired Warren. of New Jersey Avenue 215 smokers" the survey shows in Cuba, the professorsaid Carol Bufr ago.She was a member of St. J. A. Allman; two sisters, Mrs declared his year as a school teacher I* home again from the 48 boys compared to 24 girls and no one ha* more than July Si..Bobeet..ltII, Vcnlek en''.. Port cbukCliralM
John's Evangelistical ChurchIn Max Griffin and Mrs Dunn; a Said Mrs. E. R. Morrissy, and will stay in Englewood Sarasota Hospital prefer smoking when alone I barely enough to exist on. July Sl Bwnkrd Cnvroff loplnCmltwoodt !
Harrison daughter Mr. John Morrison; next door neighbor to the now at their home on Oxford -0- whereas 68 boys compared to "The government of Cuba has : Ellnlwtli Franklin, Knit
Survivors Include two sons, a son, Bill Allman, and three Wiards, "It's going to be an Drive We are delighted for Mr. Henry Koosta of Ranner 14 girls prefer smoking with got repression down to a sci HOU.IO.Dorothy Vnloo.Julr .frawr Vtnloii, ki
Willard Case of Venice and randchildren. All except Mrs. awful nuisance and a serious she Is a darling and we are Ohio, who has spent many winters other ence" was the way he summed .tl !_ BrotnW (nplrad. ..), V
Leonard Case of Harrison; a Dunn reside in Morganton. handicap" for people who are very fond of her. Then a Mrs.E. down here, passed away I In regard to why they up condition there. fcxi uln John Vmletl tu.klne Onolma Vmlcai Monu luM I IIkwoadl

ttep-daughter, Mrs. Helen Hunter Funeral services were held ill Mrs. Morrissy also saw Hill was with them Mrs.Oulette's Sunday night He was 62. I smoke, mere then half of the Clark and his wife, a native Tour..O.. Kara terah. vain!
dl
the prospect of being marooned Roblnwn. Ar l Wrid11la
of Harrison: two sisters, there on Tuesday The family sister and an aunt to -0- boy and girl did riot know Colombian, got out of Cuba In
Mr. John Brady end Mrs. Dor- home Is at 309 Bouchelle St. by hurricanes as the most both girls The Bate now havea Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reynolds why. Among the boys, about October 1961 after much red
lerious
-- threat "To me, the house number, also a telephone from Wnthineton, D. C., one-fourth claimed likedto
thfy tape. All personal property was
II Locan CAP Program Aired by PlaceThe I storm she said.Mra. element. is the worst" arrived at the home they smoke whereas only six percent confiscated and all he was allowed ANNUAL SALE
.0- ought last year at 499 McCall of the girls said they liked to bring out of Cuba FURNITUREBritten's
Civil Air Patrol youth Place urged<< Interested persona Weird noted that business Another car drove in, and Road They will spend at leasta smoking. Other answer to were IS books H* said he had
aerospace program, advancement to visit the Venice Composite in Kentucky requires that neither of us recognized the month here. questions revealed that about to leave behind one of the finest -
system search and rescue Squadron headquartersat she leave home for several two in the car. It was Mr. and - 15 cent of the bon smoked
assistance in local and the Venice Airport "to see days at a time at various times Mrs. Duke who a few years Mrs. William Ford Sr., of because per their pal do and only translation of ShakespearInto HOUSE OF FURNITURE
national emergencies and the what our youth and a dedicated throughout the year. During ago had a camera and Jewel- ford House Lakeland and Five cent of the girls Spanish In existence.
gave
per
need for more senior members group of seniors are ac these times, Mrs Wesley Peters ; rv shop In the IGA building mother of Lee Ford of McCall this a* their reason To the
,i was discussed bv 2nd Lt. H. M. complishing." comes in to take care of They had read my column and Road Is In General HospitalIn question "do you feel It'* smartto
(Chuck) Place III Sunday over the house and look after her came down to Ret more detailson Lakeland. She is 94 M years smoke?" eight per cent
radio station WAMR.Lt. semi-invalid husband. Mrs. the Hord House. We took old.
SCHOOL GROWS of the boy laid while" Ju.ttwo
yes
Peters lives on the Englewood
Place was the subject of them through our house which -
of
an interview by Dr. Luther (Continued from Page 1) Road and lark of access from I. a twin, save for the addition Mr. and Mrs Irving of Mc greed.net cent the girls r'Fja"tt

Luck who conduct the weekly High School and Is now at the the mainland to the north end made by Mr. Miner. We Call Road have their brother
question ai JL. answer forum University where he is studying of the key would require traveling suggested they go to see Mr. and family visiting for about Questionnaire data gathered
sponsored by the Venice Ki- << general shop procedurewith many extra miles each Leo Kroop which- they said 10 days. They are Mr and In Florida and other states will
wants Gub. special attention to electronics. I' way through Englewood and they would do. They are :very Mrs Donald Hlnz and tw. be turned over to the Society'sNational
Also discussed i was the little- I back up the kev. anxious to settle here in Engle-: children Jerry and Barbera. Headquarter for fur

>> known fact that a youth activeIn Our classes, from early registration Fears Isolation wood. We would like them as They come front Minneapolis, ther study as a guide to preparation ..
all phases of CAP may obtain will be small for our Mrs. Wiard also noted that neighbors, too. Minn. of new educational materlal
a Certificate of Proficiency first )year but with good worthwhile there might be times when, - - which will be made
which entitles him to one courses offered the Inter- due to the Impairment of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnall Dr. and Mr. Odilon J. Car- available to educator In elementary

stripe if he later enlists In the est will increase. It must be key road, travel to Englewood went "tarponlng" on the Bavarian bonneau of West Perry Street, schools.Materials .
U. S. Air Force.Emphasis understood that students entering might be next to impossible.And out of Boca Grande, have guests from Detroit on Smoking and
was placed on the this phase of our educational aha cited that one family had lovely day and they caught Mich. Mr. and Mrs Kleth Cor- films "To Smoke or Not To
fact that membership In the program must continue with an invalid fpther had already two tarpons, one of 60 pounds bin. They are staying three or Smoke" and "Is Smoking<
I' CAP Cadets does not mean in the academic subject moved off the key to be the other was 102 pounds. four week. i Worth It," have already had
that a cadet must go into the area to obtain these credits required closer to medical attention in - -oW I wide distribution among Flor
I Air Force or any other branchof by the State Department case of emergency, Looking out the window we were looking! for something I ida' Junior and Senior High
the service, nor does it of Education for frradua- "Why couldn't they Just saw a tandem go by on Dearborn in one of the kitchen School
change his draft status. According lion, and that if they do well leave "the prevent' bridge in Street riden by two men. cabinets, when Johanna came The elementary school materials
1. to Place, however, it enough they could attend college place queried Wiard "and Our eyes almost popped out ol up with this toasting Iron for will be designed to appeal -
would give him an invaluable upon high school gradua straddle" it with the new our head. It's been years sincewe a sealed sandwich We had to children before they get
background if he later decidedto tion. The program, however, bridge? have seen one, and by Josh brought it down from Pelham, Into the habit.
enlist. I will be designed primarily for Mrs. Wiard pointed out that saw it again later on in the nearly ten years ago now, and
Asked by Dr. Luck whetherthe ; those not expecting to attenda the majority of the people living day with two younger boys on completely forgot It. W* mad The Ora Gartoes are back In
CAP plane still flies the regular four year college. on the key are over 50 it. two delicious sandwiches withit Rose City Mich after a week's
J Sundown Patrol, the CAP lieutenant -I This program will not affectour years of age with probablymethlrd - and decided two would be fishing trip. Mr. Garter has
I l' replied that the plane DCT or CBE program but over 60 and a like Jane Thompson went off to nice to have. Nobody had one. big hopes of selling hi* farm
currently is grounded for repair will be In addition to both. number over 70 years. Sarasota bright and early to If anyone of you see one anywhere near there, and after the
and that the patrol is beIU -I "It's absolutely life and get the license for Albert' new letIS know. It'* a Gartee reunion they will start
flown by 1st Lt. Stanley CHAMBER death for my business. de- boat, before the deadline. She Toas-Ut about the
back to Englewood He
Lavins, squadron executive of. clared Mrs. Lambert Boll who asked us to go with her -o.-
middle of July.
ricer, in his own plane and by I (Continued from Page 1) owns and operates Th. Pearl ought it might be too hot, Mr. and Mr. Max Miller of
1'1 S/Sgt. "Nick" Nichols, aircraft South County area from Osprey Motel about two miles down and we were right. Albert Cowl Street, had their home MEANS BUSINESS!
maintenance officer in a rent. I to North Port Charlotte the key from the north bridge. hopes to get the boat In the struck by lightning In our last
l' ed plane at their own expense and that it actually is an area "The important thing," said water today for the first time. storm. It hit the antenna p- LOST -
\I Mrs. Boll, "is that we set the board It on
Wes
event stripped AND SO DO WE!
Area RepresentedHe something to drive .on..The Welcome back to Larry and threw it into a bush which 1956 CUSS RINGIn

EmRohmannLVWGAffinner also pointed out that of motel owner felt the time Involved !Rhodes. Hope he enjoyed his It uprooted at the side of the Vicinity of. Venice,

I', the seven entered this year only in getting medical aid well-earned vacation. But we house Not much damage, but Phone 488-4MJ Advertising means more business This
I two were from the City of was of utmost Importance. missed him. a little scary
I Venice proper and that the we have to get to the hospital" - __u_ means money for the advertiser!
\ winner. Miss France Web) said Mrs. Boll "we could be Mr and Mrs. Ben Enos of

inga, 1* a resident of Over- dead before we got there" Cortes Drive have had a batchof i e1 Advertising tells the purchaser where
Ii Em Rohmann won Class A I brook Gardens, Englewood. Mrs. Boll said It was difficultfor company. Last week their i
he obtain the best and best
I her to understand why the Mr. and Mrs. Joe can quality
honors in the low net tourney, In other action, the VAAC dl- guests were
held Wednesday at Lake Venice rectors approved payment of a county could not provide some Kirby and children Tom and buys at the best price. .
Golf Club by the Lake Venice II $300 bill as its share of the access at the north end of the Ann from Marion, Ohio. This
Women's Golf Association, cost of distributing a half million key. "The worst thing to me," week Ben's sister and husband, Thit means MONEY for the

I with a score of 34tt. pieces of literature at the she declared "It that you can't 'gad! advertiser

Runnerup in Class A with a World' Fair promoting .Sara- get any answers. All they" will ALLEN
S9i4 was Olive Amell. sota County. say is 'w, are trying1.
Advertising means that the name of
I First In Class B was Terry The payment was voted although Convalescent and "

,\ Hatton with a 37'/i. while Bee it had not Initially received Nursing Horn 225 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE your business and your product are

y Stewart a 38. came in second with The VAAC the chamber's share representedone approval BCUCftlLWCICR. "24 Mar Nursing/ Service brought to the attention of the public.

.1 r Anna Yarger was tops In fifth of the $2, OO cost of Val* 4.U Mr.' and SX.Yea I UrM RoUrt Wtbk.T,, lit Pheve copies Venice OS Laos 4SS41M AT*. This meow MONEY for the
Class C with a 40, and Betty the literature. born a. W,"ril ::.. advertiser
I ; O'Shaughnessy and Ida Beake Others sharing the cost include With /
I : tied for second with 41's. the Englewood, LongBoat llhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItJJE Respect
:: Another low net tournamentwill Key Sarasota Countyand WHEN YOU ADVERTISE IN THE GONDOLIER

I' be held next week. Siesta Key chamber. I YOU REACH A READING PUB
Attitude It often *t Important e. ability.

E Our service .reflects a respectful. sincerely LIC FROM OSPREY TO NORTH PORT''

;: = {onis I NOTICEThe Interested attitude si well as true CHARLOTTE WHOSE INTEREST IN

r- : ability rejardleu! of the family1 faltk COMMUNITY AFFAIRS PROMPT THEM

Na6omia Venice TO BUY AND SUBSCRIBE TO THIS

5 Board of County Commissioners of Sar NEWSPAPER

asota County, Florid., as a Board of Equalization

will hold a meeting July 1 13 at 9:30 a.m. ADVERTISING MEANS MONEY!

fn the County Commissioners Chambers at the
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291 USE .
w Sarasota County Court House for the purposeof

I L CALVIN COOLIDGE SAID THISI hearing any and all complaints of valuation s

:. "Nothing In the world can tel.. the place of pertisfeAC*. !

I ,.: : Talent' will not; nothing Is more common than unwcceuful I

I KI"" men with talent Genius will not; unrewarded genius Is almost .If Signed: 94 W, DEARBORN AVBNUI eNCtlWOOOFUNERAL

i a proverb. Education will not; the world Is full of -
-i W. A. hsrh/l ..
1 "{ .'. educated/ derelicts Persistency end determination alone are. Y Wynne, d / elite.

, t omnipotent. The slogan, 'Prets On' hat solved and always Clerk of Circuit Court _11II
', will solve the problem of the human race". ''aegis serving all of South
I 1- R. W. Ann,
l'' 0r Smokes/ An Aealla6/ All Regardless/ ; It
Cleric HOME Sarasota
;' ef Financial OrctmsroncesIhmmit / Dapufy County

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Haley ReportCastro's IRay Littrell Acquires Sarasota Concrete = ;,,1. I



Nuclear Missiles l/Ai./ .. :
I ager and Chief Operating Officer ment end high degree of automation continued growth of the lower will be continually modenU \1 ,
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Littrell Florida West Coast Improved and operated far
BuysSarasota
Littrell Concrete Company "No changes are planned In "We have had, since the the benefit of the bondage ,
Threaten All \U. S. HalevBT was organized in 1958 and with the management, personnel or mid-fifties, great faith In west trades."
the growth of the Venice area, operation of Sarasota Concrete : coast area south of Tampa. We ?t
REP. JAMES A. HALETtro has -I Plant has become one of the larger Co.." W. R. Littrell said. believe this area has more to I;q
I It Cuban anticommunist' In-whlch to nuclear bombs! with. concrete and concrete products "The purchase of Sarasota offer prospective residents and ANNUAL SALE
hii
: arm jet al."raft.But manufacturers of the
lower
Concrete Is in businesses
another the
step new than any other
telligence: is *correct s Boston places, Chicago as there hM been torn su NPC Discusses west coast. Plants are operated plans of the Littrell interests to section of the state or even the FURNITURE
widespread spicion Kay R. Littrell
that ha of Sarasota
well have. at Venice and
may at Grove
: continue to modernize and expand country. We intend to do our
and the
Panama
Dallas We know (hat he bar bombs hat purchased all outstanding City, near Englewood The in the field of concrete utmost to contribute to developing h'itton'sHOUSE
Canal! are in potential dangerof shipped in from Russia, and shares of the capital stock of Venice plant is well known ]in I products and building materials the growth of the area
nuclear aircraft.attack by The Cuban 'it Is quite difficult for any in- Big Slough PlanThe Sarasota Concrete Co. Littrell the trade for Its modern equip to meet the demands of and to this end our four plants OF FURNITURE ,
communist entire 'telllgence agent to tell from and his brother, W. R. Littrell
Atlantic seaboard not Just the outside whether a bomb of Venice are owners and operators J
North Port
Florida-is within striking distance. crate contain nuclear or a Charlotte of Littrell Concrete Co.
Planning and
conventional bomb. Advisory Board of Venice.
An expert on Cuban aeronautical In addition, know met informally last Wednesday
we that Sellers of
Sarasota Concrete
evening to discuss the
and military systems Russia proposed -
does have a large sup Big Slough Water Shed with Co were J. O. Porter, R. E.
his reported to our intelligence ply of
that modification of nuclear warheads-and R. A. Bluem, Chief Engineer Deacon, Dr. Melvin Simmons, 1'A
agencies there certainly is nothing in of the General Development Ml of Sarasota and Robert
60 supersonic MIG 21 jet in the record of the Kremlin', re Corp. Frailer of Orlando.
Cubs to serve as supersonicbombers lationship with Castro .
poses at least as could C'UIeIt to believe which This would bea trl-county Sarasota Concrete Co., organized LETTER
deadly a menace to the United Russia would be that project including' Sarasota, in 19SO by Porter Deacon
States as did placement of to furnish Cuba very with reluctant Manatee and Charlotte and the and Fralley, Is one of the
Soviet missiles on Castro's Island 1 armament If It nuclear 1 purpose would be to conserve larger building suoply firmsof
appeared clear
water during the rainy season the area. The central
three years ago. that I
a
successful
Reports of the modification be made against strike could'I to have an ample supply during ' Ready-Mix: concrete and concrete
of these Russian-made aircraftwere us the dry months, thus eliminating blork plant Is located on
water shortage in this Central Avenue In the
transmitted a downtown
recently to
the Senate Armed Services Girl Scout Camp area of the state. This will also Sarasota area. A second EDGED IN BLACKIt
Committee's panel on be helpful in preventing Hoods plant built In 1987. Is locatedat
prepaysedness
by Dr. Manuel Antoniode Staff Session during hard storms. Clark and McIntosh Roadson
Varona. The Cuban exile General Development has the SAL Railroad tracks.
leader said anti-communist intelligence The start of the Warm Mineral promised to donate all rights- New officers of Sarasota Concrete
from inside Cuba in- Springs Girl Scout' Day of-way through a six mile sec- Company are Ray R. Lit.
dlcstes Russian technicians Camp attended a luncheon at Uon of the south end of the trell chairman of the board;
mounting bomb racks on MICe are Ryders Congress Inn Char Big Slough project which Is in W. R. Littrell president; R. E. Is, unfortunately, very human not to recognize the value of a

located at San Antonio de los lotto which Harbor an evaluation, last week during North Charlotte Port County.Charlotte This part and of i Deacon executive vlce-presl- given thing until !it Is suddenly lost to us. Then It is too late to lament,
Banos Air Base, 13 miles southwest of the dent; J. 0 Porter, vlce-nresl-
of Havana.The camp was held. Each staff the project will cost General dent, and Mrs Maxine Ross, and no amount of rationalization can or will undo the wrong.
expert on Cuban aeronautical member made a report and Development $400000 as their secretary treasurer Deacon
-
and military systems recommendations for next share and they will not be able will continue as general man. The tax paying public of Sarasota County ts about to lose some
to
summer. federal aid since this is
aid that once the conversion More then 100 girls attended, an get'urbanized" section. 13 acres of bay bottom to private Interests. Thirteen acres; of land .
of the aircraft to fighter-bomb
ers is complete, Castro's forces Venice 18 from, seven Englewood from, Sarasota 23 from, represented General Development at the board meet was HAY Meets Monday yours and mine . will be sold on July 21 st at 9:30: a.m. at the Sarasota

will be in a position to turn on 28 from Punta Cords and 38 ing by R. L. Hawkins, Divis- Hospital Auxiliary Volun County court house for pennies of the actual value of the land, unlesswe
the United States. While he from Ion of Land teers of Venice Hospital will
Port Charlotte In addition Planning<< J. C. them.
might not last long, Castro there were 12 pre-camp Clark, head of Land Development hold their Julv business meeting stop
could do us incredible damage children and the and Lee Oldham, administrative Monday at 10 a.m. at St.
in one sweep. staff; following assistant to Robert Mark's Episcopal Church Par- You and I will pay for the fill on which the proposed five-acre

fense"There is virtually no de- Director Mrs Donald House Huff, general manager of Port ish hall. Venice-Nokomis Community Park will be constructed. Private interests
against attack by
low.
of Port Charlotte Charlotte. Those representing During the summer monthsno
flying fighter bombers," the director. Mrs. L :E.waterfront Zimmerman ' the City of North Port Char luncheon will be served will reap the benefits, from not only the park but the additional eight
expert said, pointing out that of lotte were Mayor Flavlus
Fort Myers; waterfront acres not assigned for public use
'this has been satisfactorily Instructors. Mrs. John West of Wood, Albert Whalon, Walter Scotland Yard, which has
demonstrated by United States Venice and Miss Sarah Jackson i Cosman. William McGee Ed moved onlv once before in its
reconnaissance flights Why, since the taxpayers will for the fill shouldn't all!
money
over of Fort Myers life.livers, Frank, Wilfred Churchill Rob- 135 year history, soon will pay
;
.
Cuba. The only United States Miss ert Orr David Balanov and into spacious 13 be used ? In I
Cathy Willltms and Miss move more acres as a community park 1963, 17,000 cars in a I

Cuba reconnaissance in almost planes three lost years to Miss Donna Marilyn Huff of Fort Cook Myers of Punta and Horace Rice, city clerk. quarters. 24-hour period passed this site. If only 1/2 of one per cent of these


the two and fast more highflying planes than 400 U-2's.flying sorties None at were altitudes of ;Cords. Gorda Mrs.Isles Lyle Isles; business Lowrie; nurse of manager Punts Mrs.-I County Retail Tax Up Sharply I would 17,000 be cars unsurmountable.stopped at the proposed park, the parking problem alone


as low or lower than 200 Charles Nussdorfer of Port Retail sales in Sarasota' Lions topped the 1962-63 collectIons -
feet were touched. Charlotte; specialist, Carl Pet. County showed a substantial by 20.24 per cent. None of As taxpayers we should have learned a valuable lesson from the "i
The fact Is that once converted ers of Port Charlotte. I gain In June of this year with the sales tax reverts back to spasmodic purchasing of land for the Nokomis Beach. Public
the apathyand
Jet-powered com Also pre-camp unit leaders, $321,171.58 in sales tax collected the counties.
munist MICe would be able to Mrs Donald toseU of Englewood last month as compared to I: Sarasota County, however, lack of interest until it was almost TOO LATE resulted in the
UBe against the United States and Mrs William Gordyof I$287,951,60 collected in June, received $94.433 81 as its shareof
taxpayers paying dearly for land that could have been
the very tactics our own Strategic port Charlotte: program 1963, according to a report just : the gasoline tax for June. purchased ata
Air Command is count- aIdes Sherry Mason of Punta released by J. Ed Strsughn, I This Is slightly less than the nominal price. Let us keep all 13 acres of the proposed park for
ing on-If developments make Gorda, Gail Kristich of Port director of the Florida Revenue amount received last month as
it necessary to drop nuclear Charlotte, MarIe Hicks of Englewood -I Commission well as the amount received a recreational area so that we won't have to pay an exorbitant fee

bombs on Russia-or any other and Lacy Schleis of This Is in line with the state last June An indication that for it in the years to come.
enemy, If there be anotherone Venice. as a whole for the fiscal year tourist travel Is not quite as
likely to strike our own Alan unit I.."... Ttrnumt.. I''ID83-64 where sales tax caller I heavy as previously. A 5 cent Sporting Goods tax has been 4
shores -- -- ; per just appropriated by
Mrs Jessie
Cook of Punta
This plan Is, simply, to slip Cords Isles and Mrs Carl Peters =: EXPERIENCED MECHANICS the Legislature. It will be used to aid in the development of parks

under the enemy radar nets Intended of Port Charlotte, assisted 1 Member Chamber of Commerce and recreational areas. It can be used to design and construct the
to detect our
supersonic br Barbara Shannon of Port
bombers. But conversion of Charlotte; bicycle unit, Mrs Yenice-Nokomis Community Park.Let's ,
the MICe from fighters to Raymond Duke of Venice and B&W Auto Repair

fighterbomber would put Mrs Virginia Koskl of Port 41 MODERN EQUIPMENT keep our own land and not place ourselves in the position
Cuban airmen (or for that matter Charlotte.
Russian airmen flying Also International unit. Mrs. I EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE where we will have to pay 10 times its initial value later on. i?

from Cuban bases) In a position Phillip Reillv of Chile and Port ALIGNMENT & WHEEL (Tim notice ti paid for by Enlightened Area Taxpayers.) r
to slip under our own radar Charlotte, Mrs. Clifford Hill of BALANCE .
nets and drop a devastat Australia and Englewood and
log load of explosives on key Mrs, Viola Conklln of Germany '- ENGINE TUNE UP ,mot CARL OBENDORF j tI

cities and installations on the and Port Charlotte. OVERHAUL ,
eastern seaboard and M far The committee which plan- S AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE ._? i
inland as Chicago. ned and set up the camp was TRANSMISSION SERVICE
It is true that there have assisted by Mrs. Ronald Brit-
been no published reports from ton of Venice, John West of 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502
anti-communist intelligence Venice and Donald Losell of
sources ALL WORK GUARANTEED -- .
inside
Cuba that
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THE GONDOLIER I VE'N'c'F, FLOWA' THURSDAY' caV A _4



I 1 5,000 See Frances Webinga Crowned New Miss VeniceI




Jaycees Sponsor



Fun-Filled 'Fourth'Five L r. .


s r thousand south countlani ent competitions. Her talent
4 can't be wrong either, so presentation was a clarinet 1
Venice can say categorically solo.
aha had the best Fourth of First runner-up was Miss
July entertainment buy In the Stevie Spaulding who also __ _
county Saturday. placed high in the talent and
Responsible for the fact was bathing suit categories. Her
the Venice Junior Chamber of talent consisted of an interpretive
Commerce which provided a ballet
barbecue, car smash, ball Miss Sally Jane Proctor who
game, square dance exhibition, placed in the top three in talent
flag-burning ceremony, beauty with a humorous monologue, ttit
pageant and a climaxing hour- was second runner-up
long fireworks display to end The Jaycee Miss Florida
the 12-hour holiday event at 11 franchise comprises the entire
pen South County area, including
Largest drawing card was Osprey. The seven contestantsIn _
,t dr the Miss Venice Pageant at this year's pageant live in ,
d 1:30: p.m., won by Miss Frances Nokomis, Venice and Englewood -
Webinga over six other areas. In addition to the
contestants and presided over winners, contestants Included
by Miss Priscilla Schnarr Miss Misses Pamela Lee Diane
1 Florida of 1964, in the first official Lenhart, Georgia Williamsonand .
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appearance of her reign Ruth Ann Ziebarth J
Miss Webinga, daughter of Miss Ziebarth, chosen by the Miss Venice hopefuls do quarter turns In swim suit Judging
1 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webinga of girls themselves received the
All' 5 Overbrook Gardens, was "Miss CongenIality"' award. cue began the previous midnight Fair, a $100 Pepsi-Cola scholarship Jones, Ronnie Ball sad Jay.cees ..
among the three top winners in As and a near catastrophic a poise course by Byron
. Newly crowned Miss Venice steps forward to receive plaudits of crowdI both the bathing suit and tal- Bob Knuckles general chairman introduced, Jaycee Mayor fire at 3 a.m. aroused some Dance Studios and a Martin Northrop, Bill
excitement. Volunteer chef Whitney, Dave Parley Dr.
Smyth Brohard who welcomed was chance at the Miss Florida
Miss Florida to the city. G H. "Sarg" Williamson, as- title next June Miss Spauld- Luther Luck, John Johnston,
sisted
by Mrs.
She gave a short, gracious response and Mrs. William Williamson Mitchem Mr. ing will receive a trip for two David Edge, Bob BeUcasw,
r 4 end then was presented and others. to Nassau and Miss Proctor a Terry Powell, Sam Allison; Ed
tF 1F Beauty with Roses a sheaf and of a certificateof American Decoration of the stage was weekend for two at the Landmark Wolfer, Larry Whistler, Gene
directed Hotel Lido Key Williams and President Jim
lifetime membership in the by Annie Ruth Sum- on
; Venice Jaycees. mers, who loaned the floral Assisting Knuckles wers Art Hill. \....
Miss Lois White retiring background plants Miss Anne -
Miss Venice, expressed her Keyser arranged the coiffeursof
I thanks to the community. She the contestants and Mrs.
worked with the Jaycees In Mary White also assisted back
training this year's contestants stage Mrs James Hightowerwas
1 clanlst. /I
1 Amen the guests of honor The fireworks display con- JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC.an'
1 .
> were "Miss Charlotte County," ceded the best ever presented ,
LI.d. Venice City Council members in the area, was in charge of u ran ct
Miss Florida Pageant officials Jack Wilkinson
and Mrs. Schnarr mother of American Legion No-Vel Post Established/ 1929
1 the new Miss Florida 159 was in charge of the flag 243 W. VENICE AVE.
Y pt Pageant judges were Miss burning ceremony which pre- VENICE, FLORIDA
Nancy Purvis, Miss Florida of
ceded
the pageant and the En- Select end Consult Independent
an
1959;; Mr. and Mrs David glewood Buttons and Bows PHONE
r Whllldm, Miss Florida Pageant Square Dance Club presented Insurance Agent a* you
kts officials; Florida Jaycee Chaplain the late afternoon dance ex- 488-0791 would your Doctor or Lawyer.
Wells Purmort and Sarasola hibition.

I . L a. elk ..i_. _ _.________ Warner.Jaycee President Dick Among Miss Venice awards
'm
y"'l' be a trip to the World's ,.,.
FRANCES WEBINGA
ANN 'STEVIE' SPAULDING PAMELA LEE GEORGIA WILLIAMSON Cooking for the noon barbe-1 i ib it.
. a..gypsy instrumental .> .. Interpretative ballet . . 'Enchanted Evening . . 'classic' takeoff
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cr Phone item to 488.5808Congratulations to tr

| September Ceremony Here r 8 ,aI

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Mr and Mrs. Courtney Willis -] to Miss Ven tion in New England and Can-

of 1205 East Gate Drive today I ice of 1064, the beauteous Miss ada. The Suters met Claire at

announce the engagementof i Frances Webkiga. To win over Virginia Intermont in Bristol, .,
their daughter, Lynn, to that bevy of pulchritude Saturday where she was graduated in '
Frederick (Rick) Wasson of night is quite an honor and June and they went on to the
Jacksonville.The we are very proud of you, as World's Fair for a week.
bridegroom-elect ii the we were of all the group at the Claire attended the National
eon of Mr. and Mr*. Fred D. pageant. Red Cross Aquatic school at
Wasson of Wichita, Ken He is -- Brookline, N. H. (where she
completing his military ser A note from the Waller Lud- qualified for instructor in sailing
vice this summer at Naval Air wigs of Venice Gardens says Advanced first aid, basic
Station, Jacksonville, where he that when they arrived at their small craft and water safety)
Is an aviation electrician'smate country home In Grayton, Md., after which they visited the
third class. they were greeted by a real Vermont and New Hampshire 5J !/ w*
Miss Willis was graduatedlast estate agent with a signed con mountains They next went to
year from Venice High tract So, they have been workIng Montreal and Quebec (whichwe r.uir
School where she was photography like beavers to organizeand think Is the most fascinating Kr
editor of the 1963 War disorganize In order to city on this, or that side
rior and VHS columnist for a give the new owners posses of the Atlantic) and returnedvia it I
Sarasota newspaper She wasa sion. Then they will be off and the New England coast, exploring k
member of the Order of away in their new travel trailer the peninsulas from
Rainbow for Girls and a past to visit their daughter and Bar Harbor to Providence.
secretary of Teen Haven. Upon grandsons in Virginia, to takeIn They arrived home, after some
completion of her business the World's Fair, see relatives IIImiles() } of driving, last

D training at Massey Business on Long Island and per week.

College In Jacksonville this haps go on to Niagara Falls - Oo.doll_ ........ t>r Bolt ObMfcrf)
year she was employed by the -- Dr Luther Luck got home
firm of Stockton, Whatley and The Ross Durant Jr's of from the Dallas National Jay- "FUN NIGHT" at Venice Contract :Bridge President Robert Handler, Mrs. T. B. Richardson -
da Davin as a secretary In their Clearwater arrived Friday cee convention In time to take Club brought several new guests and many of Mrs. R. V. Handley and Dr. Robert I
rlrMISS banking department until this aboard their new cruiser for part in the betterthanexcellent i the regulars out Friday at Venice Civic Center F. Wilcox. Mrs. Richardson was one of the
month. the weedend with his parentsat show the Jaycees put on Enjoying one table were, left!; to right, hostesses, with Mrs Elgin Morrison
The groom-elect will rater their Mahon Drive home. Saturday at the Miss Venice I .
the University of Wichita in Sherra Lynn Is staying over Pageant. He was 'joined in
mid-September after his discharge with the senior Durants for Dallas by his family, Morgan I I
from the Navy. the rest of the week. Becky and Lucy who had been Contract Bridge Club Draws 26 Friday Night
visiting Morgan's Mr.
The wedding will take placeIn -0- parents I
LYNN WILLIS Venice the first week in Col. and Mrs. Frank Van and Mrs. J. Lee LeBlanc In Twenty-six avid bridge play Night Friday. Refreshmentswere Morison and CoU Ira Nelson,
September Wyk of Grove Street are enter Lake Charles for two weeks ers turned out for the Venice 1 furnished by hostesses 57.
taining their nephew, Robert They all\ went out to Dallas Contract Bridge Club's Fun Mrs Elgin Morison and Mrs. East-West: First Mrs. C. E.
Hollander of Appleton, Wis., and there was another reunionat - - T. F. Richardson.
Bryant and N. K. Patton 52H:
the home of Dr. Luck's parents
during his summer vacation. Because of an area duplicate second Mr. and Mrs. R.
V.
ittta the E. L. Luck's in Fort Batik '
t Bob is electrical engineer- Workshop
J an Worth. tournament in Tampa, prizes Handley, 50.
__ tag student at University of I
other than the usual fractional
A duplicate is
-- game held
Wisconsin. The George Kaups of 613 N. Begins TomorrowHobby master points were awardedthe every Friday night at the Civic
r [ -0-
Armada left the of winners who were: Center with play starting at
I.d Our bet Is that Jottings has middle June craftsmen in the Venice -
correspondence with to summer at their Three Rivera Area will have an opportunity I North-South: First Mrs J. 7:30: p.m. under the direction of

__ dogs more we mean canines Mich., home on Corey to learn batik, the lost J. Nealon and Miss Ethel Mor Mrs. Elizabeth Deeds of Sara
r than any other social column Lake Mrs Kaup, Incidentally art of producing designs on rison, 70tt; second, Mrs. Elgin sota. The game is franchisedby

around. And this time an apology won a special state publicity fabric, at a workshop which the American Contract
even. It an came about nrize at the recent Florida begins tomorrow at 10 a.m. at' Marine Shoots In Bridge League as an open
d4 tr r when we were doing a story American Legion Conventionfor Longboat Key Art Center. : game and everyone is cordially '
'
4P4d about the Van Carters and the best sln1 !story and Instructor will be Ralph I Hawaiian Matches Invited.
mentioned that the third memo picture. The GONDOLIER Is Hyams, teacher at the Center. The second! Friday in eachmonth
ber of their household is An- particularly proud and happy He is a post graduate of Columbia Marine I Capt. Bruce L. Is Master: Point night
zach, "the cat." Realizing that about that, since the story appeared University and a lecturer Brown, son of Mr and Mrs when full points are awardedthe I

dogs and cats are antipathetic, In this .paper. on creative graphic techniques Walter I. Brown of 413 Valencia winners. Fractional points,
to say the very least, we do - RoacJ f, recently participated dependent upon the number of
t 4 1 rlf think Anzach deserves to have Roger and Peggy: Isphordlng Batik Is a resist technique of in the USMC and Pacific tables in play are awarded on
the record set straight: An are on a second honeymoon, dyeing equally open to child Division rifle and pistol matches the other nights during the
zach is a carnivorous domesticated their first trip alone since the ren, adults beginners and professionals at the Marine Corps rifle month.

animal, cants famillarls, birth of their five-year.old Fabric of all typescan range at Puuloa Point, Ewa Other open duplicate gamesin
left
daughter Medea
Peggy:
type of the family Canidae. be decorated for use as Beach, Hawaii.Participants the area are held at the
to take the girls Medea
Sorry, puppy, and have fun early wall hangings, room dividersor Bridge Studio at 738 East Ven
were the outstanding -
and Kirsten, to Salisbury, N. .
hr'. chasing cats on your vacation. clothing.No shooter of the Corps ice Ave. Mondays at 1 and 730p :
C., to visit her parents Mr and
a prior art training is
- re- .m. Tuesdays at 7 30
units in the Hawaiian Island ; : p.m.
Mrs E. T Sasser and Poger I
Sun Dillon) Irene and Albert Wick en. ouired for the course. Mrs. J. and Saturdays at 1 p,m. and
joined her a week later. They P. area. The top shooters went on
Huntoon of 6441 Gulfside
hauser of 105 Base Ave., West, at the Venice-Nokomis Wom-
COLLECTOR WHO GOT THE JUMP one collectors and relegated to the attics by are spending three weeks at will vacation In' Colorado goIng Road, Sarasota, may be called to the annual matches at Camp an's Club on North Harbor

pack is Harry Doust shown above with children and grandchildren of the original Hot Sulphur Springs Colo, by way of East Brunswick, for further information Lejuene, N. C. Drive on Thursday at 1 p,m.
to attend the graduation
N. M.
i wife. He began his collection of Goes potty owners, the pottery Is now becoming a fash- where the water Is 122 degrees. :
58 years ago, long before anyone thought ionable collection rage. It has not been pro- Sounds like some waters we exercises;: at which Wayne
crested duced since 1906, the year Doust began buyIng know in I Roger's brother, received his
collecting the tiny pieces of porcem September. doctorate In geophysical engineering1 ANNUAL SUMMER SALE '. i
He is holding one of the 600 items in his the pieces. - They expect to be "
''Uection. Long discarded as Victorian dust- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sch- ;
home the last of July.
mitt of Venice Gardens got
home last week after a -0- fit#
Mrs. Ralph Anderson Mrs.
month's vacation In Las Vegas,
Least-Often-Seen Hoke Bowden and Mrs Sam
Dne> Of
Phoenix and Tucson. In Las #
Cutler Jr. took advantage of
3 \
Vegas, though they broke no Gf
their trip to the Does convention DAYS
banks, they did happen to hit
In Rochester to visit
oil the major spots just as the
friends and relatives between
big shows got underway. They I
Collections Here In Venice visited her brother and sisterIn here and there. Last report (a
Phoenix and ran into Bill rather rueful one) on their :
itinerary was from Ralph An.
Smith (VHS athletic director) THURS. FRI. II SAT. '
demon who said Mrs. Anderson ,
ed to the British Museum who is there with his family J Jl'
ehind the closed door of no more than a polite Interest. over had called from Brooklyn \
ry Venice home there liese There are, some "naturals" in by the heirs and only the while he Is working on his N. Y .where she was visitingher '
fascinating story, most the collecting field which spark pieces still buried with other master's degree at Universityof sister? the latter part of the PS "
'ally unknown except to the the Imaginations and tickle Victorian brlc-a-brae in attic Arizona. The Schmltts and week. (He was finding batchIng I GROUP )
mediate circle of friends. the artistic palates of almostall trunks and the most out-of-the- the Smiths got in one game of has numerous difficulties, SHORTSLEEVESPORT
1 the smaller the circle, theft beholders. way village shops are still golf during the visit. and was most anxious for hiswife's
limited the opportunity Harry W. Doust of 804 Gulf available. -.- return on Tuesday). En SHIRTS
opening up doors In the St. has one of these. He stumbled Goss had leased the Falcon Another of the VHS staff vacationing route going and coming Mrs. .
ids and interest range of the on it by happenstance anda I Potteries in 1856, having discovered out west is PrincipalJohn Bowden visited the Frank Values to 7.95I
..lie limited purse in 1906 when a means of porcelain Davis who left solo June Redeliuses in Baltimore while G I Ihe
he wentto production which would permit 30 for Corpus Christi!, Tex., to
ollecton abound hereabout as a 16-year-old youth Mrs. Cutler and Mrs. Anderson -
whereas the avid button en- his father's native England transferral of the enamel-like visit with his 97-year-old mother visited Mrs. Cutler's sister $2.98
slant may find his subject with his mother and brother. shields to the base. He had and to help celebrate his Mrs John White.
orbing, chances are his Young Harry took his bike long been Interested! In the his brother's birthday this month.A 1I Pr Balance of Stock
ids will be able to evince along and explored the British tory behind coats-of-arms and friend. John Ryals of Plant
Isles, practically from one end began turning out thousands of City will fly out on the tenthto DINING AT ITS BEST! 20 off.
to the other. pieces which took the shape of ,join Davis and the two will %
Sought Memento some piece of pottery or architecture take a short trip Into Old Mex- CYROSVENETIAN

While touring abbeys and related to the area ico.
Y4 castles, and resting up In the whose crest was being repro-- MOONBill
villages below he discoveredthat duced. Later he combinedmore The Louis Suters of Venezia Morris
the only mementos avail freely the shapes and Hotel and their daughter, SINGS FRI. AND SAT.
crested crests. Claire, had a dream of a vaca II I\
able in the shops were -
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223 W, VENICE AYE. silver spoons and curious- Doust, a ranger with U. S.

shaped tiny pieces of white Forestry Service In Alaska,

I porcelain with accurately col- Hawaii and various national I You Will 0q6 yfAegNq
ored coats-of-arms of the cantle parks and grounds throughoutthe
abbey or town. country, continued his collecting
He couldn't afford the via bicycle search Enjoy Your
spoons. The little porcelainJugs oartles on his frequent trips to

bottles towers and other England Mrs. Doust, after Vacation More ?
forms could be had for a shilling their marriage In 1919, accom- n says ,

or about a quarter, so panled him.
these became his collection Followed Clues By Using TheseConvenient 1 PQjOFS
items. He used the techniques of #

Ever hear of Goes pottery? tracing found in mystery
You will, since these tiny pro- stories, another hobby of his
ductions of the Goss pottery both from reading and writing
works are fast becoming points of view as he wandered Bank Services I,
scarce and highly popular col- tho English, countryside following
lector's items. William Henry clues which led to more
Goss born In 1833 and clues. A friend, Mr. Pod whom
the Isle of TRAVELERS CHECKS. Cashable & Coon
Queen Victoria for the two met on
his knighted contribution by to heraldry re- :Wight last summer, Is a collector any place (fast like a greenback.
search, died the year young of antique furniture and O Immediate refund If )lost or SLACKS oars
began his collecting and became interested in Doust'scollection. :tolen. S
Harry WEAR
While pursuing his &
since 1906 no more of the WASH
pieces have been produced.The own hobby he bought Goss
data for the potterY when he came across It AND as
molds and :
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: Mrs. / Timely Appetizing DessertIs DOUST COLLECTION Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mate Jr.

Stamper Delegate (Continual from par S)

end recently aenl ISO piece: to

I'1 ( Blanc Mange Peach Pie some Doust al irreplaceable a gift along Dresden with On World Tour Honeymoon


To National NSA Convention With shell.) pieces for Mr. Doust. here from Chicago where
paeches plentiful in the Doust' collection new la- Mr. Louise CaW of Granada he
stores today, the homemaker Prepare Peach Glare While eludes some 000 Item, manywith I Apartment and Louis was a violinist with ChIc'IO
willing to spend a bit of timein the glaze cools peel and alias the explanation of the of Nokomis Symphony Orchestra Mr
Jr.
Mr. Howard (Billle) Stamp. I Zealand and Canadian Embas Heist for a professional organ- the kitchen some afternooncan enough peach. to make \J history printed on the bottom. I Larry Mat Mat operate the Tarpon Ca..
er, secretary to Edward H. tin International president i* ration will be given on Saturday produc. a pie heavy cup; arrange over tilling Cost of the piece ls. becoming were married June W In a civil ter Bait House
Ruth Publlx: Supermarket Mrs. Hazel A. Keller CPS of by Fran Riley NSA Public enough to suit the hungriestand Spread glaze evenly ovi prohibitive. due largely to ceremony in Sarasota The couple left Tuesday {for
manager 1* in Washington, D. Portland Or.. Relation director and a yet light enough on the calorie peaches; chill until tilling and the resurgence of popularity Mr*. Mat cam to Venice a six months tour of this camel
C.. attending the National Secretaries Official convention them is partner In MacColl-Rlley Associate that the dieter can enjoy glaze are let; serve a* soon brought on by the Interest of four year ago from Winston, try and Canada after whist
I Ain. (International) "Knowled,.: Passport to Un *, Inc.. of New York It, too. after that a* posibla. American servicemen\ during K. C. Mr. Mat ha* been a they will spend another Iia
I nineteenth annual convention.The derstanding." The meeting City The blano mange being low Note Have enough boiling They began brlngln resident of the area for the month on a round.tbo-WOI14
meeting being held at convened yesterday morning Social event on sugar and high in liquid water in the bottom part of the the it'ec horn and the English past five year, having com tour.
Sheraton-Park Hotel yesterday with the Invocation bv The Included "La make this peach pie an ideal double boiler to leave drop orupper again became Interested
through Saturday. Mr. Rev. Frederick Fiesta Mexicana" yesterday summer dessert when It 1 Is Insertedand
Stamp. Brown Harris, part The Doiwt home, beautifully
er I* representing the Venice United State Senate Chaplain and which an election the luncheon todayat BlaDe.. Mange Peach Fie raised. If Ming a glass furnished with "antiques copiesof Lady Elks Open Membership Push I IPlana
1984 InternationalSecretarr
Area Chapter of NSA as dele Dr Albert Burke TV lecturer I/I lit mp" ran eorm .t.... double boiler cook 11 Instead wUIl.msburg original and I
gate. She registered and presented world affair expert act. of The Year will be I/I tammn Mft of 10 minutes before adding exquisite pleas of china and for a membership Joining.The .
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her voting credential enlist and economist gave the chosen. Final decision will be I nn. .milk e.tl... .. egg; if, after this cooking crystal collected on their almost drive now underway wr year** accomplishment
mad. Th.
by Honorable Kathryn
on Tuesday. keynote address "Educationfor I lane," nlll. period, the water in the boU yearly trip to England Include dinner dance, holld,
Some 1,500 secretaries art What?" O'Hay Granahan treasurer .b...a Ol.u_h a-trF ahllrroh tom of, the double boiler has possess M m.ny unique, Jet made by the Ladle Elk' AuxIliary :- season decoration and Fati.er's .
attending the meet and today and of the United State; Dr. of Vsnlce-Nokoml Elk
35 exhibit Sneakers tnmor. t..eAa evaporated considerably replenish all beautiful place th.t eon- Day dinner Contribution
representing, goods .and row will be Dr.-'FrCs.t; O k. Nathan administration Bally dean at of American business In the top of an aluminum with boiling water to venation could never lag Lodge IBM at the croup' June to the Lodge the past year b..
services supplied to secretariesare chairman of business education mate the original amount.
enamelware or stainless steel! up 10 meeting
University, and Mr. Jan there.No eluded a complete dinner
being presented at convention at Wayne State University double boiler, stir together the Peach 01... CMT.rt.tkm Lay celebrated sMvice
headquarter Th. club exhibit and NSA Educational Director R. Berkley appointment secretary sugar corn starch and salt. I I.al.sa..e ...... Not even If the alert andfullof.f.tcIn.tin.f.cta The Auxiliary for 200 and the monies n.
feature a display of and Alfred L. BaumannJr. to George Washington Gradually stir in milk, keepingsmooth. nab 1/4 W .....lt U ,r.tMIa host first! birthday In March. It Wet calved from the social tw&
University president I Dr. "t
Home Trust Fund Certified i ., assistant comptroller Cook and stir constantly wt "we'd _bIn -"- ran out of stories organized largely through the lion.
Professional Secretary education Michigan Bell Telephone Co. Thorns H. Carroll. n* linht: vn nrroIn ,
over rapidly boiling water Prefacing many remark effort of Mr. M. :R. Mason, Eligible women
and Future Secretaries who I is in charge of the com There will be a special event until mixture I* thick. Cover a small saucepan atir together with a smite and- "I don't-.- want first president and bas no affiliation formation call wishing Mr (fa.t
Aim programs pany's systems research and for CPS members tomorrow and continue cooking 10 minute the com starch and' to bore you,- out :.; Douat may Alvii
Florida delegates went as a development department. evening: and the annual con. longer stirring several alt. Gradually stir In cold water can launch Into atones that with any state or Murry president; Mr. PAW]
group private train reservations "Salute to Canada"At venation banquet Is set for Saturday times. Do not remove from keeping smooth. Stir in make 10 minutes teem like 30 grand lodge. It 1* composed of Webrand vice-president: ; Mn
having been made by a certified professional evening at which the heat; blend a little of the hot peaches and corn syrup. Cook seconds. wine of Elk who assist the Ernie Muller, secretary w
State President Mr. Virginia secretary luncheon tomorrowDr newly elected international officer mixture Into the well-beaten and stir constantly over medium Here for only a'few :year lodge whenever or wherever Mrs L. H. Slmmond,
Peas. Mina M. Johnson of San and NSA Home Trustees eggs, then stir back Into remaining -I heat until mixture thickens and absorbed in many subjects i asked.
There was an open house I Francisco State College, deanof will be installed.Entertainment. hot mixture in top of and come to a boil Remove they have not "mingled": Meeting are held the last
Tuesday evening and presen the Institute for Certifying for the ban. double boiler. Cook over boilIng from heat. Cool 5 minute greatly( and the neighbors and Tuesday of each month at the ANNUAL SALE
tation of International officers Secretaries, will be guest auet will be provided by the water for 2 minute. Stir in *. their friends have to date hada Elk Hall and include an Informal -
ma mad by U S. Senator speaker.A Singing< Sergeants, official vanilla. Cool to room tempera. Not: To puree the pared monopoly on their Urn. social: hour and refreshment FURNITUREBritfon's I
and representatives of the New talk functions of fresh. crush All wives of Elk in
on a pub- USAF chorus. ture. Pour Into baked 'pastryHomeType peaches or mashand Genial, charming, amusingand *
then force through a hospitable they one feels good landing are eligible for
(strainer sure, would be delighted to membership and may attenda HOUSE OF FURNITURE
Fall Fashion Previews Now ; Girl Technique "New" I share a look at their cones meeting a* a guest before

I LuncheonShowerHonors i ton, and collection, with all

Approach In Husband HuntingBy interested.
ShearersMrs. And who could help being
Going On Spike 'Bad' Rumors I . fascinated at the history behind -
VIVIAN BROWN aided to cook the meal because Frank Shearer and a waterbottle replica

By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP ed. A new version of the culotte AP Newsfeatnre Writer "I love to cook," she daughter Laura Lynn, were found 'at a certain castle after
Fashion Writer is the pants-skirt often side Girl who've wondered ays. entertained at a luncheon I he battle of Hastings, or the
NEW YORK (AP) Bruit wrapped and much more tail whether there' i* a chance in "He ate everything but the shower July 1 by Mr. E. W. rare Victoria seal one of the
ing about the nation were a ored. his generation for a plain tablecloth and I think it was Rayburn at her Redwood Road few. personal family crest depicted
number of nasty rumors, luring Yet for refutation let the person homebody type to find a hus- because Mother was holdingon home by Goes Particularlywhen
hundreds of fashion reporters who believes it woman in land, with all the emphasis oft to it. He Just kept laying' The table were. decorated seen through the eye of
her now to check out their long pants lack sex appeal careers for women might be Everything 1 I. just so good, with bougainvilla and baby the "real people" owner, asOUI'
1
heartened by the story of Jennie It did my heart good to (shoes
veracity look at the harem versions mother used to call persons -
and 18yearold. Jennie watch say Jennie.Alter Attending were the honorees, ,
Some writers were scheduled currently in vogue for eveningand such M the Douit
dinner they took a T1oWEST
considered herself Mesdames'
practicallyon Daisy Stevenson
at home.
to da their Investigating by
walk and he told her It
the shelf because there was Charles Halback Paul Webln-
attending the American Designers 4 Black 1 Is back. ns Away
Series arranged by Oh, so true Candy pastel 'was nothing really outstandng the first time a girl ever had .., Lester Keisling, Kenneth
Eleanor Lambert (June 28 and consequent dry cleaning about me,'* the says. invited him to dinner Jones, ,, Fred Oeiser Alice Mr. and Mr. William E3k- JNEYfR
through July 2)). Some were bills have taken their toll. The So Imagine Jennie' surprise "Do you know that most girlsdon't Stump Don Sytsma and Misses Inton of Dante St., are'apendig -
expected to remain and still Faithful and femme fatal when the most sought-after boy keep anything but soft Linda ROM Stevenson Bess their fourth summer at
In their senior class asked her rinks in their ice box: and Voorhees, Frances Webingaand Chatauqua N. y will
other to 'join them to gather black dress or suit will be on : They re- SEER
ay they are on diet, except Wilma .
facts the the seen next fall like million for. date.H DeBoer. turn In September
at New York Coutllr.Group' a "
when take them out he
,
had never spoken to her you 1 TjIE
Press Week activities shadows It will be sleek .
(Sunday July 5 through 10)). and chic dressed up with before. But for that matter When they got bark home 1
I very few boy bother she say
white for but
day bare and
Her Is a rundown on the he filled up a little box: with
went out that
"Well we eve.ning
rumors and what the reporters naughty at night for wearingto cookies, and he practically
the and 1 had a wonderfulIme. BONTONGulf
have, or will soon discover: discotheque the best I ever had in nipped, she lay, a* he went !

1. The garment industry is 5. Skirt are even shorter my life He i* handsome nice way with the box under his BreM Hotel
imply seething with scissors and very polite. When w* came arm.
Vffitce FU.PRICE .
artist nipping out the frontsof Yes. Yes. Yes. Especially home from the movie, mother Then Jennie got a Utter. In ,
ladies dresses before Rudl for little girls up to 6 years old. was waiting to meet him. They It, be explained their tint date
Gernrelch's topless trend can Big girls are also expected to got along fine." was a bet he'd lost on a football . ,
render them obsolescent show more leg, wearing patterned When her date left he thanked game But he felt *o contrite lll
1 False In collection hose to do so more dra her for a pleasant time and since their last meeting, 1 / SALE
necklines un'emt a low bow matically. Fortunately, the her heart was beating like it he wanted to See her again qOM

But this I II a year for collar, shorter the new skirts the never had before she says please.
even turtle neck, muffler more they are pleated, for "But then I didn't see him Jennie Is a forgiving type,
carves and stole, On to-call more graceful sitting or walking to speak to for an entire or "we Just"wouldn't be engaged / & TW, Fri. & Sat
ed mobile necklines collars are or running month," Jennie says, "even today she say hap.
slash draped or twisted though we share the same pily. That last line to the letter 60 DRESSES.
or Evening dress I.i also briefer helped too. . ASSORT. SIZES Mrpsr
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furled away from a V-line top and bottom. Regal< floor classes *t time*.
"I'd like to see you again
jacket. At last their paths crossed
I Collars remain popular because length during ball gowns the White. made House popular so infrequently she had the because nice"girl like you" are HALF PRICE ON A GROUP OF ARRIYED ALL
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hard fine he said
to ,
.p. PRICES
they flatter the face. But distinct impression he was
fashion regime of Mrs John "
to have a collar you need a F Kennedy, has given way avoiding her."Moth.r cially"And nice you girls know Who, I can can't cook help ODDS & ENDS FEW BLOUSES wE'sE oyE11 SLASHED
neckline would time
and to have a neckline ask me ITOCIEOL
once more to the knee length.
but think mother i II right"says
you need a bodice. Otherwise Also for theater or at-home entertaining and again, until I wanted to Jennie "because she told FEW SHORTS SOME JEWELRY
I' a collar becomes a belt. is an intermediarylength scream 'Why doesn't that nice
Consequently bodices are still boy take you out again?' or me. :
in calf. with the hemline at the 'Why not ask that nice boy to 'It'. easier to get a man SKIRTS BEACH TOWELS
2. hat way today than it ever
American designer are dinner?
6. Women will be I'd to Mother wa*. It's women who have
styling pockets of poverty. wearing "Well say I
!if i This statement is either true lingerie in public. time and time again, 'How can changed, not men.'

I I. or false, depending on the you ask a boy to dinner after
mean of the bills-payer and False. Flimsy lace costumes just one date?' '
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the In the fall collection just look what Jennie 1'11,11, i
will-power of the bills- But that' exactly -
DOT BIG 18-FOOT
maker. tike they were created for the did. wE'YE ,
joudoir. So do the wideleggedsatin "Don't ask how I the C lTWO-TON VALUE
Obviously from the continued me got THE MODEL
I, signs of opulence table pajamas you may see at courage. It isn't like being ( ATA
I'' linings, gold embelllahed brocades next season' charity ball.Woman's popular and knowing that a @ You wAHr I SMALL CAR

and jeweled embroidery boy will Just jump at the PRICE
I American style pacesetter. chance. But finally looked at @
Club Name
I believe that enough American myself In the mirror and figured
pockets are lined with greenbacks Party Hostesses 'What can I lose?' "
to make this sort of He accepted at once in response
i thing commercially profitable Hostesses at Venice-Nokomls to a note and her moth.
i Actually only I in 1000 persons Woman's Club social cards er said: "Why don't you cook @
l in this country can: afford Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the the dinner yourself dear."
I to buy couture clothes Th. clubhouse on North Harbor "Now Mother" she said
I other 099 happily purchase Drive will be Mrs. Thelma 'don't try matchmaking with NOBOpy
f I style and fabric Influenced Tresher, Mrs Selma McLin this fellow He' too popular." MATCHES '
I by these lines and Miss Laura Robb. But thinking it over, she decots OUR
3. Women are at last wear
ing the pant. True. In term ,
ALL NO TOURL ;
II of style, the distaff sex 1 la indeed ,0\1" SIIIN 1001 '4J WAH ES ;i'
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Key Bridge Removal Stirs South Countians




I Petition Asks County Commission For Manasota Access f I i'I: :ii iiD1 I




MART E. KROVFA to.most Fishing enjoyed and because swimming of Is session, will have to commute- I and Mrs. It. F. Jonhson Mr. Mr. and Mr. J. M. kay, Mr and :Mrs. J. B. Ant- Mayleben Mr and Mrs. MIlI I hacek, Mr. and Mr- .-Ray iU'i'':rf t',, Pr''
A lot of excitement and interest relaxation and contentment the by boat and will have to put- !' and Mrs. John A Mason Mrs Charles LaMarr :Mrs chifL lard Hogencamp, Mr. and Mrs i Lesch, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ,,1 l,
has been aroused due to put-put across the bay to get Olga Neubauer James E. ret L. Porter Mr. and BamZOU'1 Edward McBride I :
Mrs. C.
they bring Thlt isn't Mr and :Mrs. C. Clyde Mill, F. Hyman H. B. Crawford, Mr
the bridge being removed at when one is denied"prog.tees" the to school on time. If ..h.dotlm't Slack Miss Bernice V. Boyd L. Mason Jim Rev. J. N. Bllbrath :Mr. and Logan Mr. and Mr., John R. and Mrs. Olio Carpenter Mr.
North :Mamaeota Beach Road. necessities that Is for do this she would haveto Mrs Audrle M. Brown, Katherine E. E Dunsworth G. :Mrs. Willis Swank Ken Miller Robinson :Mr. and Mrs H. Anderson and Mrs. Walter Boyd Edith
Residents of :Manasota Key Joy and happiness cause leave at 3 aim to get to McGinn Mr. and Mrs. H. Shirley Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ray Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon O'Brien :Mr. and Mrs Wilbur
Manasota Garden, Overbrook school These conditions will C. Saunders, Pamela Hancock Virgil 0. Sweppy :Mr and Mrs der Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton A. Gould Margaret and May Funk. +
Gardens, and nearby communities The best advertisement for remain one! year or more unless Mr. and :Mrs. Charles De- W. F. Pool. H. Gay, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Bill Bras- belle Lotz Mr. and Mrs Wil :
feel like their present stateof any place is the contentmentand something Is done to enable Loach, Mr. and Mrs Glenn Mrs. J. Reach Mr. and Mrs. well Mr. and :Mrs. George lard !
existence has come to an pleasure one gets out of the residents a Way to ,Nelson, Mrs F U. Schweier, Ray Kepperllng, Mrs. Dolly Miller Mr. and Mrs E. W. Cope.J. ANNUAL SALE
end. We ell want "progress"but JUt living in a community they get acres the lay. Mr. and Mrs Eston R. Edwards p.terl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saunders George W. Tutfett F. :Machuart Mr. and :Mrs.
Instead of advancing in can be happy )in. The residentswho Most people believe In something Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Mc- Joubln, Mr. and Mrs. John W. John Guradedano Mr. and J. F. Swatck Mr. and Mrs. FURNITUREBritten's
proficiency in keeping the residents -; to live on the Key wUl have but not strong enough to Lenon, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Shirley, E. M. Blbbe Mr.: and :Mrs. Ray L. Thompson Mr. Coy Lemons, Mr. and Mrs. F.
of Florida her and I drive eight miles out of their do anything about It. We can Barcur Mr. and :Mrs Homer Mrs John R. Smith, >L 0. Collins and Mrs. C. Gardner :Mr and
happy to be here, some one wsy then back-track to get to thank Mr. Harry Norwark Mr Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Debbie :Mill Mr. and :Mrs. :Mrs Murray McGrath.Mr. Hunter, Raymond J. McGinn HOUSE OF FURNITURE '
wake and realize I Venice, Sarasota and other Homer J. H. Halbrecht Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mac-
Thorp
had better up and others who Love, Edward O. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaw
that "progress" means forward places where some are em- helped Circulate petitions to 'and Mrs. Peter Gtudlci Mr. W. L. Thompson Mr. and Mrs.Doulaa Kathryn G. Brazel, Jean K. I
Fessler Mr. and Mrs. AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER
not retrograde. Florida I ployed or going to school etc. try to get a causeway built for I end Mrs B. M. Franklin Mrs. R. M. Wood Mr. and Mrs Piper Mr. and :Mrs William I
MORE PEOPLE ARE READING
transportation across the bay Margaret Purzner R. M. Bod- Gallinger Mr. and Mrs. John
been known For
always as a
hal example, Miss Jane Shaw Boyd Walker Mr. and Mrs.
I while the bridge is being built. en, Mrs. Wayne Kelly John R. Anderson Vila Ball :Mr. and
place for beautiful beaches and who Is attending Manatee Junior These Philip Speck, Mr. and Mrs.Harry .
I petitions have.about 400 Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mrs. Robert M. Wright Ora
water to enjoy as one wishes College, for the summer names Most of these residentsuse Frady Mr. and :Mrs. Walter L. R. Norwark Guy Bur and Lee Pond. Mr. and Mrs. EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES I II
nett L. N. Smith :Mr.
-- the bridge dally. The petitions Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Charles Johnson Vera Bou- j
Mrs Ray Barber Monroe
will be forwarded to,the Slack :Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Mc. Stem, Mr. and Mrs. LouisMeyers. telle, :Mr. and Mrs A. J. C EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
county commissioners and Dougall Harry A. Larsen Mr. Kroupa, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. C TRADITIONAL
everyone hopes they; will do and Mrs. C. L. Anderson Mr. Townsend, :Mr. and Mrs. Max
something! to relieve this situa and Mrs. E. Canedy, Mr. and Barbara Speyers, Helen B. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I Let us style your favorite yew
Ir lion Following are some of Mrs. James M. Hancock' Mrs Morrissey Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. George or esramle into beautiful lamp.
the names on petitions up to Elsie Hancock Mr. and Mrs George Wiard Mr. and :Mrs.
July 4. The petitions read Murdoch Hancock Mrs O. L. Charles Piper Robert N. Jennings e R.lri",! a fteiryfinj/
Amp
as follows: Macintosh John R. Robinson, :Mr. and Mrs. Samuel -, ..- C All Repairs
"We, the undersigned residents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blaekwell\ Hare, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hanson DINING AT ITS BEST! Word by Experienced Designers end
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoll .
,
of Sarasota County do Mr. and Mrs. Russell McLen- Craftsmen
respectfully request the Board on, Mrs. H. L. Hartman John Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stoltrner CYROSVENETIAN
of County Commissioners of Armitage Mr and Mrs Vern Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Pond MOONBill THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
AIRCONDI Sarasota County; to provide Herbert Mr and Mrs. RobertT Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Townsend, Morris

temporary access to Manasota Kernahan. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hayes SINGS FRI. AND SAT. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
Beach while the north Mana B. M. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Able Herve E. M. Mac-
Mrs A. J. Kraber Mr. and ._
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iota bridge is under construc-
Mrs. G. R. Engler :Mr. and
tion. If no access is providedto Mrs. Ernest Schultz M. T.
this beach it deprives us of Bohon president Overbrook
our main reason for settling Gardens Assn.; Mrs. M. C.

this locality namely bathing, Dale Bohon,Gumm Harry; F.Gary;Cranfleld House- Chevrolet dealers sell more
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fishing and shelling worth Francis Evans Willard
Here are some of the nameson Schneider Mr. and Mrs. PaulG.
Romlne Louise M. Flowers,
the petitions:
Mr. and Mrs. N. Anderson cars than anybody
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Nlcholl, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Rice, Win I
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Byrne, Mr. I I ifred M. Bond William J. Cud
your whole house dy Daisy Bates, Pamela
Hutchens. Geneva R. Hutton, _:
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roach. Because they sell great cars I

withflrit/ ( :' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cummings -
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Mrs. Jimmle Brown,
Ernest Smith R. E. Evans, E.
Y Watkins Ferman E. Wilson,
for less 'thai the WE ARE THE: ONES Harry D. Dysert Mr. and Mrs.
William Robertson Gwen Kirkland .
} TO SERVICE TOU.PLUMBING .
:Mr. and Mrs. George
cost 01 room units OR IN Dahm Mr. and Mrs. James
THE HOUSE Page :Mr. and Mrs. Warren
THAT'S Kennedy. Mr, and Mrs. Alfred
v! Govro Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,
lfIt- ;
NEW
v Childress John Houseworth
AIRITE ENGINEERING ING Wynn Goad Mr. and :Mrs. G. .
L. Childress Robert Hause-
man Mr. and Mrs. James ,ra+ a.
MacLacklan Mr. and Mrs. A. l
Heating a Conditioning r e n e
Sulybach.Mr. a .
Sales a Service Engineering ".....wwr.r and Mrs. E. Lauer Mr. t
and Mrs. Stanley Anthony, Mr. Cheproief impala Spord Coupe
500 Base Ave, Venice Ph. 488-2373 -
/ and Mrs. Louis L. Blair, Joanne

Hankey Richard Walker,

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SR 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD. 2 blocks N. of Venice Ave.
Rotary Meet Her Tuesday Noon. Ph. 474-1880 Rt. 41 *h. 4884330
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"Food Mo 7s Making f A* imo lay ATM F mOll." t LUNCH from ...,... 95e

SMORGASBORD C9 .OK st DINNER from ....... $1.9
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11:30: to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. ft SUN.a Steak
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SMACK MCDONALD'S BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCH Chevrolet has brought a whole new kind of excitement Altogether :you've got five different kind of cars)
16 OZ. to everyday driving this year. It's a fifty-yard- and up to 45 different models to choose from. And "
661 S. TAMIAMI I TRA" 488-2873 PIZZA C Frosted line ten-rows-up kind of excitement each one is looking even more attractive as the 'M I'<'
Your favorite 8 5 BEERITALlAN.SPAGHEn. And whether you're cushioned in the bucket seat car-year closes out
Serving Breakfast 6 A.M. SANDWICHESTHE MUGS ,)f a luxurious Chevrolet Impala Super Sport or You couldn't pick better time to build\ oa the ''
behind the wheel of the surprisingly roomy Chevelle model you like either, for behind each! one Is a list ';

I GLADES you'll feel it of special Chevrolet options as long M your ana.Whether f, ,
a SMACKBURGERS you're gobbling up a hill in a thrifty So atop in at your Chevrolet dealer's now and Me '
BROASTED ,CHICKEN Chevy n or making tracks on a sandy beach with the what all the excitement is about Get behind the
SALAD BAR BAR & RESTAURANT rear-engined Corvair, you'll feel It. Whether wheel of America's most popular car. Of ail
Just South of Bill PMIIlpi Ford! you're just looking at a Corvette or kicking mI 7. five wheels. And don't be surprised If yon see ,.

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III The Champions The Runners-up I




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Venetian Nine Core. 171; Fan TVrlln' Itr.md. I t
Bowl ;
.. NlpLt Mrratrk, Kmma Voat, 9
r..|... E'.. I070 l Th. Probe, del
Barman Duke led Uw Berlin Slim Inirat Th. Pevlera and Th. lab., IMi,
uaraa, with a whitpplnc Ml aarlai for MLM'.. IMl, Dee Pot *. Plan IS..
kla Sun Paint, team on aeon of 111. Lit Bean., I8M. Helan Caull
,I In..... T_,.... Henry Van Know.ml'Ud noted th. 6.7-00 ..plll.M. neat
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..ItsM to tok..11 four ... "B" ....trh tarry Job,. 1 w1tp +
point. from Ui. rlh riding P rlni nn. Hell K.... IK7Z7. Team 11, e.20. .1
II....., shop team draplt. Fred 0.,...,'I .101. Btandlnm No.' Riper. 11-11, Th.Rrrubi r
SUl-ala. Wood ChrrilM-Plrmouth, hold' 19-61| Nell Kata, 11-1S. Da..
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t* .. lnadimhlp. a upllt of polnu. $eW.n, ton' I Sun Allan. 178,
with the Dunran thnrolat, "A" .. .
taara with Men Rented Bob r r onTaam .
th. aid -la CHI-Bill hy Rur Harris, 1. S19-774( Don Bplttler' Team
Gulf T.Ik.. lied IK. > unrln Anchor I. III I Team /01.91691 s Ken Haaon,.
OH tounona In on. ..m. to kern th. flit: Bob Pe raon. Herb Mr.ul.y and
Ollmm onr4ialf lamt out of not placa, R Dalton lit, Fred. Shlnn 1716 Tom A f bn r
irk Bullock "00 hirt for Anchor Oil Pnorh" 1111) H Meaoly. lift' Kan I '"
with a IBl-HH and Art RiiaMll. wunp. H..... 7 7i; Tom Enoch 105. ttnInnt '. ti
for u.. Tullor. wllh tiO Teim, 4. 17-7; T'.... I, I/47, T_ U r
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Th. Alibi Mined PonM.. Tournamrnt. M.hl Mliad' Emma': Vort,
kn prix ... grabbed bit Pit C...., Ann. K ReauW "h.... f00-417] ARumelt l + a 9-M' ?
and Joh. HoUMWorth on a fin. .oor* ., Tk *oy'io .
RBMa. 1564161 Mole Po." r
of 129ft Second .h.... honor. .... to Alrlt . +rin6, l 8-ll.. ; Dewey s
B.rnU bomln and Gerald Iluka Motley. Land4)-8un. tll..Mi Anna K -a
--P- Rnntp Shop76.515. Bt.ndtnl.l, Al, ,
John ....II.". won Ui. Red Pin
Ire rlneerlnt. 11.10| Bplttlar Drywall, '
tw..af
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Jackpot roll-uff In ....1.1 mmu-h x
a 17-111 Th. Cladea and Seymour .II..,..
held riunday w.nmp' junt nosing cut lein.uV4.Tb.\ \ ,.
Harman buk. and key "". WHITE SOX Champions of the Farm Billy Fann; rear: Edward Stevenson, Sammy YANKEES Runners-up in the Farm Sys Capasso, Alan James and Frank Pelto; rear:

lIke, Torho.C- ;;r LamoM wad. Doubles. flat round ot the. WomeY System in the Gulf Little League are the Walters, Jim Halpin and Gary Gorenflo tem are the Yankees, who won the second Wayne Bell, John Driscoll Robert Wright

tit Omit and Nicholn UI, to and piuh Ralph John D.Houwworth.. out of follow!'.'.lImln.liono t..nl..t .tded With' no White Sox, who defeated the Yankees 6-7, in Missing when picture was taken were Bill half title but lost to the White Sox first- Timmy Deans and Rush Pelto. Missing from I

the top live qualm, 10 d... In th. ft.Pre Olnny/ l.rk Kl hl end rod Mvln Helen, -*....drfmt- a playoff game last Wednesday night. From Howe, Guy Zellias and Peter Privateer half champa-:in the one-game playoff. From photo are Terry Penner and Steve Farley.
Kllhyi Loom
leader fcPArTeam w now lluunpkuuhln.Lucky Uunjlna. Current, 'ill, Tohnion and M.ry Shephfrd drfotrd left front: Dustin Stover, Billy Towsley and left, front: Pat Brannon Albert Bundy, Gary
Pool KdKa Ito, Mike, larheny I2N t Coy Nil. Norwood and loll Boltoni Emma -
Lamona. til end John Sraitllona, 122.AnoUiar Von end M.rl John .n dvfMMI M...
Kiuad will/ roll tent Knah..td H.rri.". HonrtrUl.
Sunday at Ip
,a. to drtermlD. who .. .. Luelll and Nosey; Coo_ drf.ud Man '
reon .n..YRO'a
t. Venetian. Bowl at Urala on .tent dor. end RMty BurkMtt" Ell..- Marathon For Women KeglersAt I Tilt 50Klwanis I
Kiwanis
Aiw 11.I ,rah only 1> _I... leek for wh end Iwo .Shock defeated. Jinny Holiday
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M.nco and M.
.ualifyln It I. .xpatted. lo .1... with JohnMI t an" Jim.o"on
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lhi. Hu.d.,'. game.. lha currant ...d. end Erl. .nn d.t. B ,
... could aailly b. moved. out of Ui.IMyakka Wyckoff .nd Sh.ron" M....row l Fr.nk
....d''... II the, lim. HulloekHnunh and. Ad Mueller defend K.rl -
Edith .plttir end H-Irn drew Cuillt* fint-round' eonn..nd by. Myakka Lanes On July 18 I lived up to their Tolly Bowles showing the way ping Center, hurled the first Kiwanis scoring, but gave up
\ Lanes title as champions of the sen- with a three-for-three effort two innings for the AllStarsand I a pair of singles while walkingone

,dmiblM Raul. of th.I km.wood round" ta tk. 'I A 12-game marathon for ed by subtracting each en ior division of Gulf Little Lea I Richard Blizzard, who played gave up two hits and one and sinking out a like
iN.ney
Monday Nlchl MliW Cora Dnlln. Luytl..s4 Cooper defrtWd. women bowlers will be held trant's average from 200 and gue by defeating an All-Star third, short and pitched the run. He fanned three and walked number.

lit 171. till Larry N.ncy John.Cooper'and. (m 471>.:..Larry Dev l1a.Emma Do.Voal.. and and Mule Lllth; ) Spitller Johnun, .defentlimli 11S .- Saturday night, July 18, at My. then taking 75 per cent of the team, 5,0, in a Fourth of July last inning, rapped two singlesin one. First National's Mike I Blizzard got the side otft ta
J?hnaon. Ml: Ilevlln. Garaira. K70- ad Ad u-llrr end Kr nk Bullock. Ills. akka Lanes under the sponsorship difference over the 12-game game at the high school athletic four times at bat. Second- Graft worked the next two. He order in the bottom of the tfcv-
U't Standlnn l Colin. G.,.?.. 114; nilefeu. Jon" Jimenoa and Erl.n. Ps,. of Summers Nursery. route. field. baseman Gordon Struble was touched for three hits enth for the winners.
Taam ,
Ko. 1 and Pun Oil, IM: Sum .. I...... JobnWn and
_'' ro Nu_", 11-10 Other blob arom herd 11IP.IINI, .nd EII..k. Oboe end Bhop.,.. Participants will roll 12 Applications are still being Lefty Steve Dalton worked doubled in the third inning, which produced two runs. He I It was the final game of die
(w'tlmek, (bop.00,. end.Lor" Ed Juhntun Bmuld., .and.. Ml B.:; Sluk hock def 1I7M1II.>*tPd M.dR. Po..n and Pte games across 12 lanes non. accepted acid further Informa six Innings for the winners and driving in a pair of tallies. struck out four and issued one season with the exception of

top, beginning at 10 p.m. All tion can be obtained from the held the opposition to only Three Hits by Jarvis walk. I tournament play by the league
Production of paper and pa. WEATHER entrants must have a Myakka desk. 'four hit*. He struck out nine Sarasota Federal's Danny Pitching the fifth and sixth All-Star team which Includes

per board reached an all-time Lanes average.. The handicapfor Free coffee will be providedfor and walked one. He aided his Jarvis, who played right field frames was Bob Austin of Sarasota players from Kiwanis, First
high of 39 million tons in 1963, High Low Rain the marathon will be figure the bowlers by the Snack own cause by hitting a double and first base for the All-Stars Federal. He gave up National Bank. Sarasota Fed.
the American Paper and Pulp JUNE 30 91 74 .03 - --- Bar, courtesy of Mrs Doris and single in four times: at bat garnered three of the four hits four hits and two runs were eral and Osprey. The tourneywill
Association reports. JULY 1 90 71 Trace Styers His leadoff double in the sec. off Dalton Shortstop Steve scored during his stint on the be held here on July 17
JULY 2 88 72 .03 Compact Tangles ond inning led to the first Klwanis Deans, a regular] member of mound. He fanned one and and 18.

..., JULY 3 J2 72 .00 FISHING run. the First National Bank team, gave up one walk. All...... end MIl e-IRa.. *!
tor.-w.an JULY 4 92 73 .00 With BusA NEWSA The league champs mounted got the only other AU-Star safe Venice Shopping Center's Klw...to __,_-_ OH Mlf U I
JULY Big an 11-hit attack against four Barry Young pitched the final John_ OriTf , .. Awthi (II.Yotin .
60
89 .20
ety.Ron pod i R. Avtta 'nd Jnhnm.IJUI .
(11.'
M. Sherman of *
enjoyableday G Lf JULY 8 95 75 .10 409 Riviera ,pitchers with first-baseman Johnson, Venice Shop. inning. He closed the door on Dolt.,. hll..ud (71 pod a. Wilt,.
U Nokomis woman, Mrs Ida St. Venice landed five
of JULY 7 94 71 .00
-
Horton[ Crawford, was cited snook In two days of fishingover
Rain for June . .. 2.00
Monday afternoon for the 4 holiday. Fish. 01SIIK
operat. July
TRY .
Rain for month
.33
log a vehicle with inadequate Ing Saturday and Sunday from Gulf LL Senior Division

SARASOTAGOLF brakes after her small forign the South Jetty, Sherman

CLUB ANNUAL SALE car crashed into a Trail. caught a 24Vi pounder, a 194
ways bus. and 18 pounder and two 10 r

DAILY FEES .GREEN. .. ., . Ou.ll OA Afi I FURNITUREBritton's The crash caused no Injuries bait.pounders Sherman using used ladyfish spinning for Names Tournament TeamA wow
either to Mrs. Crawford or her
Just Off Bee Ridge Rd tackle with 12-pound test line.
I
two sons, Dennis 12 and Dale
,
South of Sardiota The Venice angler said he
HOUSE OF FURNITURE I 5, who were passengers In the hooked onto the big one on the 14-man All-Star team has Osprey are represented by I|I borixtd and Barry Young, VetV

car. south side of the jetty and play. been selected by the managersto three each and Sarasota Fed- Ice Shopping Center; Bill Bailey -

Trooper Dick Towsley of the ed it clear around the end of represent Venice in the sub. eral by one. Ricky Braun and Randy

Florida Highway Patrol said the rocks, landing it at the Tar. district senior division Little They are: Young, Osprey; and Dan Jarvis .

Now Open- Mrs. Crawford was traveling pon Center Bait House on the league tournament to be held Richard Blizzard, Steve a...V Sarasota Federal. N01 !
south on the trail about two north side of the Jetty. here July 1718. ton, Richard Rohlwlng and The two alternates are Jeff

COIN-OPERATED DO-IT-YOURSELF I miles south of Venice when the Reports from Roy's Sporting The league-champion KiwanIs Gordon Stmble, Kiwanis'Steve Knuckles of First National and II RACES QIO
brakes on her Volkeswagen Goods store on W. Venice landed four on the squad, Deans, l-tte Graft ant Randy Willis of Kiwanis. I
VPMMATINEES
NIGHTLY
) failed as she attempted to stop 'Avenue include Sherman who while First National Bank, Mike Rich, First National Also named "honorable men-
SOFSFHA CAnVASH! !! I in a line of traffic. The small tion" were Joey Barnett Osprey
added a 9H and MM pounderto Venice Shopping Center and Bank; Ron Johnson Pat Mc- I
car swerved to the right, according the above list. He was fishIng . ; Tolly Bowles, Kiwanis; 00 WEDNESDAYPM
25 : to the trooper, struck in the Venice Inlet using ..Jett- r+ t Bob and Richard Austin, Robert 2 AND
MINIMUM I the right rear of the bus and shiners and minnows for bait. rIyr Drawdy, David Erb and SATURDAYSEASON
;continued 75 feet into field. Charles Powell Sarasota
a Also from Rov's comes the Federal
SPECIAL FILM CUTTING DETERGENT I Driver of the bus was Identified report of two Spanish mack. ;t ; Jud Curwood James Kul.

Excellent for cleaning white sidewalk, engines, boats, window I as Benton Edward Kennedy erel catches by Ulysses Perezof h e'll akowskl and Kirk Tlschler, CLOSES

screens and Venetian blinds. i 33, of Tampa. Towsley Tampa, who was staying at Shopping Center; and Jim Car.

COME GIVE US A TRIAL said there were about 20 pas Tarpon Center. He caught 36 w?. ney and Vaughn Miller First AUGUST 6
sengers on the bus. Damage to on July 2 and 40 on July 3 M. National Bank.
Bahama Street Across from Venice Elementary School 'the Volkeswagen was estimated while fishing in Venice Inlet The schedule and time of AID CONDITIONED
at $100 and to the bus, $25. with minnows for bait. games will be determined Sunday FOR COMFORT
at s meeting in Fort My.
I ers Participants in the tourneywill

ii I ; be Englewood and Naples, SARASOTAKENNEL

n. In addition to host Venice. CLUB
F Managing the locals will be
FIRST ANNUAL Larry Rhodes and Jack Kopf, Between U.S.4IOOIBradenton
w who Jed Kiwanis to the
league
i Road
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GONDOLIER of this boat and motor or pounder Leading hi the Youth $9J 00

HENRY SOURBEER TileTAYLOR'S if you prefer- a one week Division ]Is Kent Smith with a MOTORMATIC 35 mm .............. .
vacation for two in Santo Domingo 13514 pound silver king, while
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Department Store HARDWARE "The birthplace of the Robert McQueen is leading in I $70 flC

1 ..I New World. All this awaits the Light Tackle Division witha 800 Kit .................... .
DON HENDRICKS Contractor TRIXIE'S BEAUTY STUDIO the fisherman catching! the 130 pound Tarpon. REG. 79.50

t largest tarpon. There are still three weeks S59 95
DON HEATH Builder WEST COAST REDI.MIX More than 73 tarpon have I remaining, with prizes and tro ANSCO REGENT PROJECTOR.. .

been registered and entered to phies to be awarded each REG. 116.60AIRQUIPT
t HANK'S CITIES SERVICE WHITE'S date with Roy Buckelew Jr, week plus a 72.hour Fish-Off A7A jjfl
CEMENT SPECIALITIES of Nokomis leading with a a following the regular competi. SLIDE ...........e

I LAND O' SUN Dairy Products catch weighing 156H pounds 'tion for additional awards. REG. 29.95
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Traniportation Provided ,
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j'LORIb THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1944
__ THE PAGE NINE
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i' During JuneBuilding
I ': : ear : VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AYE.
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construction in the t '
City of Venice for June con- (
tI 1 ued at an above average W'i i w 11 f We Will Meet Or Beat
pace with $106,873 in permits, u
although it did drop below last All Prices
year's figures for the same I
month ..
The June total Is $7009 ri Just bring In the page from your local paper S lee wKwh
ahead of the May figures of ir s b the advertisement appaari and w. will meet or beat any
$99,864. but $29387 behind current price on any Identical Iteml

June, 1963, permits amounting
to $136,260 Issued by Building Plus Give You Free S&H Green Stamps
Inspector Guy E. Curwood
However, the figures for the
h first six months this year $1.29 SIZEBUFFERIN
$1,575,447 are more than
/ + rr; one million dollars ahead of 794
the $412072 for the first six
3, months of 1963.Homebulldlnr.
Good \
Rome construction also con. $279 SIZE CREAMTEGRIN
I pF. tines at a healthy pace with

five permits for residences' S1J7
totaling 170200, being issued
last month i
i rt'
Last year, only four permitsfor e
residences were issued, i +71L0 rn ( "' 69c SIZE EYE DROPS
totaling $51,150 However a
building permit for an eight- MURINE .41*
unit cooperative apartment for
0 $60,000 brought the month's
total to $136,260.
The largest of the commercial 98c SIZE
permits went to Dick Tayor -
for ,500 CALDESENE powder 56*
(GondolUr photo tr Bob Obmdorf) a $13 garage Sec .
ond highest went to RlnglmgBros
?J THEY KEEP GOING More old tire ed upwards of 3,000 used tires for the project Circus for a $4,500 trainng .
r the Venice Jaycees' artificial reef are unliaded and hopes to obtain 2,000 to 3,000 more. State arena at the winter quarters
from a flatbed truck by Dr. Luther approval of the project has just been received NAT. ADV. BRAND
luck and O H. (Sarg) Williamson, project from the trustees of the Internal Improvement The balance of $28673 In
ihairmen. Williamson has already collect- Fund. June was for remodeling and HOME PERMANENT 99*


I Jaycee Fishing Reef Clears additions.The Ahead record of of Sarasota building con- $1.00 SIZE REGULARALBERTO
struction in Venice for 1964 is
all the more remarkable when V05 57*
compared to the City of Sarasota b .
Next To Last OBstacle There the figures for the r r t* "
first six months show a totalof

$4,323,417 as compared to LIQUID 14 ox. (1.19
ktnict( Jaycees have moved the necessary papers, including complete the project. $3404978 for the first six rWE. I
Jstep closer to a final okay the latest okay by the IIF, Before approving! the project months of 1963, a gain of near. ANTACID 834
their proposed artificial have been forwarded to the the Corps of Engineers will Iv $1 million while in Venice .
l,uif reef with state approv- Corps of Engineers He said ,send a man to inspect the material the gain Is OVER $1 million
I of the project. the final approval is expectedin which will be sunk in the In the unincorporated area k
pr. Luther Luck project co- about two months Gulf to construct the reef, and of Sarasota County June permits --- BRITE SETHAIR \
jirman with G. H. (Sarg) Jaycees were scheduled to afterwards will send a diver showed a slight gain with FOUNTAIN OF BEAUTY-Carole Hale of Miami Is the new
llhunson, said plans for the begin redding together and fill. down to inspect it in place $1,383362 issued this year as "Miss Florida World" of 1964, and will represent the Sunshine SPRAY . 384
hlllr reef have been okayedthe Ing with concrete the 3,000 old The reef will be constructedone I compared to $1,347,771 in June, I State in the "Miss USA" finals in Detroit, Aug. 2229. A
trustees of the Internal tires collected for the projectby mile offshore in a straight 1963, The figures. for the firstsix I dramatics and speech major at the University of Miami, the
provement Fund Williamson. Dr. Luck said line with the Venice water tower I months, however, are $lw' 5' 6' beauty won out over 19 other state-wide contestants in
pily one step remains before the reef committee hopes to and the cupola of the Mac- 462,365 BEHIND the same per. ceremonies at the Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet Club CARA NOME $1.00DEODORANT
jiual construction; can begin, collect 5,000 to 8,000 old tires to Arthur Beach Hotel. od last year. I
ording to Dr. Luck. That is Here are the permits IssuedIn J .50*
|al approval of the project by Venice in June: I
U. S. Army Corps of Engli Koujales Appointed Sales R. L Anderson, addition to
i. residence' $500 I1M L
r. Luck said copies of all James Lawrence, remodeling SUN PACMILDEW
Manager By Bill Phillips 81,200.Gulf .
BAGS 16*
Coast Development .
William H. Phillips, ownerof Corp, residence, $9,500. Restaurant SpecialsFRIDAY
be the Bill Phillips Ford Co., Sarasota County Board of
ou may 1562 S. Tamiaml Trail, an- Public Instruction, refresh
nounced today the appointment ment stand $1.500. BOTTLE OF 60THERAGRANS
of Thomas M. Koujalesas Publix Markets, store addit-
general sales manager Lion $5000 BAR-B-9 SPARE RIBS (fall lean) 82e .33.75
drinking Koujales has been associatedwith Harvey Rohlwlng, sea wan,
a Phillips in the past in $1.100. SATURDAY-
Ford dealerships in South Florida Paul E Cockrlll, residence, GROUND BEEF & MACARONI.... 82e 10 ROLL
and brings 11 years of retail $17000 '
automobile experience with William C. Payne residence, SUNDAY-
TOILET TISSUE 77*
irty water him.Prior $21000 Bradford Smith enclose ROAST TURKEY & DRESSING ...... 99e .
to coming here Kou
manmnBna sales porch, $2400Dick Choice; of Soup or Juice; 2 Vegetables Salad -
manager
jales was new car -
for Huskamp Rambler, Taylor garage $13,500. Cranberry Sauce Coffee or Tea Dessert
39e
,
residence
.without Inc., Miami, one of the largest Harvey Rohlwing _..._. .. .. ,," .., ''W'P' \-- _. a
Rambler dealers in the United $13500 WISK BROOM 29* w
BonamBnanBisV States
He will move his family -
mowing it! his wife, Louise, and two children -
----- 5 lb. 5%
Tom, 17, and Christine,
here In the near future. THOMAS M. KOUJALES
14 -
ft N wrier!Most Up Tom graduated from North no messy defrosting CHLORDANE 444
star It dirty! It may Miami High School this year .
SING DINE DANCE
ait*! rust particles, will enteringthe
and Christine be
and,,IaN,wonm,IIICIIJi 10th grade at Venice Highin at I
a old-rlSl\loned\ dirt. 89e SIZE
the fall
Tod pt rusty link Indol4et I. CYROSVENETIAN
t bowls,dingy tern.O'f SUCARYL 69*
Md eloidy, flltBtlnimttr.But. . Some species of eucalyptustrees MOON ?
... shoot from seed to 25 Frl. & Sat'- Lil & Bill gee
CM dew Rip... .,.
feet in a year 'III
ii",lnupensively. DIANA REG. $109SANITARY
A spatial home wiler
tar, the A4wPes! NAPKINS 83*
wow even micro. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn .
copic pwticlM. This
'I filler gives pass Auto Insurance
sands of ......
gallon of The 1. NEW LOW RATES BOTTLE OF 100MAYADEC
parkhngehmfiltered' I,: ee.wiil
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s 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
"Mr Call lit today.Tht rouses ., $545
std! II IlNlIer bait! ,:sail 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY :.;
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TEN VENICE. FIORIDX. THURSDAY, :JULY T.
THE GONDOtl ER --.
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Venice East .fl, -

News NEW LOW PRICES ON ALL BEER NEW LOW PRICES on all POPULAR SOFT DRINKS

{.C01 a. Drat Drinks{ 741* Coaurfa DI-J
1 :' -- By SALLY STDBBSMr. PREMIUM BEER POPULAR BEER FAVORITE BEER INCLUDING: Coca-Co"a{ P.ps

,: and Mrs. Harold Seal, BUDWEISER. MILLERS. O..lcI .Milwatikw.Canadian. ''Ibt Ac.. ! MILWAUKEE and other pop.lar soft drl REGULAR SIZE KEG SIZE
142 .
Venice East Boulevard 16-01:
have received word that their SCHUTZ BALLENTINE ALE Bohemian> BalUntinc. leer. $IUSCH; BAVARIAN C 6 _I. C 6 .-I.,- C
lIOn Sergeant Henry Steven ScMiti FIIt.n{ 6 pak P
Sean is on his way to Korea. 6 pak 6 pale carton 44 eartod.eeo't 3 3 cartoa 3 5
$4lQ 6
Sft Seal! enlisted in the U S. pak C 12-os. c ,.. ....
Army in December of this part ffl IO :arfon ) de eat, ".,..It
I year and has been stationed at "- 'IX *srOLD
Fort Polk. La. At the time of 12-o>G JO
his enlistment Sgt Sean was cans cans dape44t .'RICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIK CHIK STORE VENICE
Attending Ohio State Univer
; -tty where he needed lest than .-
: three quarters for f raduation
After his year of overseas duty
be plans to the university .
return to
and complete his: taut ON WIt $s or Mora Order COLONIAL

courses -
With so many neighbors gone
north and east the Gordon
Morgans report they began to f 5e Lbe
feel the walls 'closing in a lit.
tit on them' so they packed a SUGAR
few bags and took their sister Bag
Lillian LeFevere, who
makes her home with them.,
and started out. With no definite
plans their first stop was
Flamingo: Fla They thorough
Iy enjoyed exploring the Everglades -
National Park there and

did the .all,Ius the bottom tourist boat attractions rides, E The Smart Place To Go... For Good Things To Eat a. And We Give TOP VALUE STAMPS I IMMT

the little train' Tide From ,,.,.,
there they drove down to Kev MMajHajMMMHMMMMaMB.
West where -ley spent several UMIT ONE YOU CHOICI WITH $S 01 MORE ORCU
and MM' Effect*J4t Tin It*
days relaxing sightseeing
They returned via Miami STORE HOURS WIlts or Blue
where they did more sightseeing CARLINGS RINSO c
and report one of the outstanding 9 ajn. to 9 pjn. Mon thru FrL Detergent I I 49 ARROW 39
tours was the trip Gaol pq. Glut Pl.
through "Visvava the fam 9..m. to 7 pjn.$.. Black Label
Otis home of James Deering
Now the Morgan are back in. MVl toe THRII Y MAID UP4.ID
their Venice East home and after

they the are jaunt ready around to stay the state put IAV14Je- iIOO Beer.

through. the -0-rest of the summer Drink : 1 lJAVl Whole Apricots. "iJw 1ge


This coming Monday night.July tt -
13. the Venice East Com 6 pak .12 01.
munity Assn will hold its regular Pegs JlJCeal7e lAW 3 k LIMIT ONE YOU CHOICE WITH U M MOM OK**
i
monthly meting in the of. 1 . c
flees of the U. S. Land Co. The UYI 4< OEM GIANT'
business meeting will be call CI2r:25C; 7 9 1- Ds4,
ed to order of the at 8 secretary p.m. In the, Mrs absence Coin. . Aslor Collee' :1 IoU.tin ar49c

Florence Hedeen, Mrs Ottie I I r I p
WWANNB
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Tracr: has volunteered to "bi JOJ Tab Top Cans lAY! 'Ic W IOUnf
cycle" her way around and Tomatoes I IWI s 19 limit 2with
personally deliver the notices ethpurchai.
of the agenda for the evening
The association Isooen hilt AM '
membership
Peonul Buller 59c
to any resident of Venice Figis7. Errlow
East All new residents who .tT"39 _ _ _ _ _ _ r r .
are not members are cordially
invited to come as guests of SAVE I0c LARGE SIll
tne Association, W-0 HAND JnA fm. .
-0- Alka Seltzer 49 LYlU IUCAI r11Erh W-D HAND LeJnehr r'sr'Llup.

Scott and Vera Olesen, 128 GRADE MAN ,
Smoked Ham
Venice East Boulevard are SAVI lOc DIX. DAMINO COCONUT Ground B..I
leavin this week for the northeast Paris
Fryesr
They say they will only Twirls . 19
be gone about a month but WWur
after reading their itinerary if SAY ft DIXII: DAIUNO IYI 5J..M1IoIf

j mcrths they"run"make First they it they will home fa be to in on Potts three the Bread. .2 uana: 33 39 3 Ib. $120 I : 4 9 c

town, Pa.. to visit Mr Scott Pak
Ole..n'a sister and husband. Per Posed
Mr and Mrs Andrew Fieland. : 10 .. 14 L1.Average
fROlEN. :SOPDS\:
Next to Mahwah. N J., to visit \
old frlenJs! Mr and Mrs. [ IJJL!!
Hollis Bachman and on to Au.
TREASURE ISLAND riOZEH MtAMO _
_
bum Mass to see their sr.
X daughter Mrs William Kent, %
her husband and their four Shrimp . r 99'KAHO 1IUrY MAO suPEletalANl sdw r CBoax cum w KUOINUI STRAINED
grandchildren, Elizabeth, Gale,
Lorrie, and Douglas. The VAIUY KOZEN FltNCH FIIIC Milk Food
Rents have visited in Venice $ oo ce Mcu-glll'iD. Bofey
East many times so are well Potatoes 3 11
known in the neighborhood. On
their way to Haverhill N. H.. Morroi noriM MIA
to visit a rioter of Mrs Ole. .' -...
i I sen they will pick up the other Dinners 1M 39C Half C PP C C
: three sisters and take them . 38 ... 10 12 .... 9B
along for a reunion. They will McKt>4ZK HACKIYB PEAS Ol STEWED W.
stop in Greenville, Mass, to '' ......... T'::.
pick up Mrs Ethel Wilson, and Vegetables :: 49'
in Watertown, to pick up the
twin sisters of Vera Olesen,
Mrs Lillian Petersen and Mrs
Clara Weden. As Scott says, Trimmed M CARVE
I "now we have gathered three W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE Extra Value

i and I !have one with me and
we are on our way to set the ALL POPULAR BRAND
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fifth But this is only the beginning 7git
of the trip In Law. RIB ROAST1T.SY
rence Mass.. they will meet
Mr Olesen sister, Mrs Car. CIGARETTESKing
rie McFarland, of Englewood<< ,
I ( and with her they will go to W.D 'IANDUACItOKI
Bass River, New Brunswich "MORE :MEAT 'VALUESINKY :

Xeswicks Canada have never, .to Although seen visit-cousins the the Harvey, they Ole- Size or Filters I, $263* Rib Steaks 89 NO THICK

sens have never met the Kea crN. WD BRAND .... CHOKE LEAN SHOUT Sliced Bacon 98eRegular
wicks they have correspondedand .

formal are meeting anxiously of awaiting the kin.the Asa Beef Bibs. .* 49*
finale to the trip they will !ii.ii'hs.: 49'
.
end up In Jeffrey Lake, N. H.. $259 CTN.
where there Is a convention of ,
the Life Time Members of '
Telephone Pioneers Mr. Scott wi OM Beef or Ham 35c
Olesen has been asked to make CANNON WHITE PERCALE .
a talk on the activities in his TAINOvn SLICED PAKTY PAK,M>KCD IUNCHEON OlSliced

), area and, as he is president of . Pillow I Cases 242'sifc $100 (I
the Life Member Club in the Bologna49'
,! ,I State Florida, he should be .FRES . QPQCE Double Bed Sheets F''N".- $229 SAt CIIAND
able to give a good account ofr'
I'I'I'I' the progress made here. Tgl
Single Bed Sheets $229 Smo. Sausage u. 39C
r'i' JUICY YRIOW
Mle1\arLaatI
,doz. UlKTRKfO

(/" Lemons . .2 bag 49c FEDERAL DWpe PLASTIC WARE ... .... Beef Liver . . 39'


t GOLDEN YELLOW =::w in bur dAiRY ;,DEPT '
'
I' All NEW 49e
olAtck:1'I Fresh Corn 10 ears 59c"b :=ear a WISCONSIN COD f ASHIONANCV

I the nodsrs waytolalhe Plastic.Psi Cheese 59'
-nor...., Mild . -
TENDER 'N OMEN iii


j h..I'i'' Cabby e . . 7c CUP glplilAlarALUt.Yegr.dMw AhVS Vnorvi !!!!e.I.F'eese! &' 49'

VALUABLECOUPON 4 Hw PI.Nel g '
'
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1 t! f .> SANTA IOU .."E Sal: a.i. $1.M Swiss Cheese 35'

|Ib 19c '-",.. ..........".. ,. yIIL.URYOa lAUAajyi
; Babe's Plumbing Co. Plums l

Radio....2402 Equipped- 488-5282 Trucks Biscuits. . 4 39cPAGE

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Legal r Cook Vegetables With Loving CareYou'll I I ever practicable cooking,--serve liquid\asqr wife remaining I


'. find plentiful supplies. vitamin C they lose. I the vegetable or use it in a
,
I Ire I'" Tilt COtWTT lVtX.it covet of fresh gravy, \ early summer vegetables When
t" IN *Si ffif"fMplMfcwt.. boiling vegetables, us I \ '}ti, 1"
; 'j '" r PLOoP 4.DA IN F*ollAtI in the market now. If as little water as poasible

IN _?, ESTATE: Of Ma. tut you cook vegetables correctly, SOme vitamins and' minerals -

i SAMUEL BORNSTIUlf they will add color, texture, cook out into the water and
, _
N TICK To CRIOITO vitamins, and minerals to your losses axe greater when a large I

TO Ali CREDITORS' AND *MONI family meals.Nutritionists. amount of water Is used when.ELECTRICAL .
BAVIN
*AGAINST. ara horror SAID aodfud ESTATBlo and renlra, Agricultural Extension Service

CLASSIFIED Houses l. III* .., .\a". ar aVman ohltikl roe offer some suggestions for preparing .I

I For Sale Business Personals Lega! mar BomeUInDooaaeed.'hare ueln.t 5. late Eatata.tof SaraanU Samuel and cooking veletables.1

LEAVING ill ll" "l". of Trim sparingly
RATESCharge TOWN ado- iS "M1TSliia. ,: 3* greensas try
rifle nor THW cinrrrr COURT or TK Saraaota Ooanty cabbage and head lettuce
nice homa In Choice location RUBBER STAMPS made ? mrm lode* I. tka Comty Ooart Hour at
to
or
In Venice Gardens. or- n.oalDA. JUDIrSAApffeUIT liar...... J1erf",. arltkli' ela __, Remember that dark outer
both I
Rate, Thursday der. Overnight service. Of. OmpO ..7Mpn. NO. 4.. 06 Mb Din ..... leaves are rich in iron calcium .
and Monday Editions ledge bedrooms, m bath, Den flce.'iOIlal\ pocket or stock. 111 C'SAIWWRYCw IfcaUait, ofthk) NaUr. ,
that can:: bit used at a third Bark alalm ** daantnl .irt be. larrltlni and vitamins
$1.50 bedroom. Late 4881433.DreMsnaUBc. UblllA 1I. .r'tt.'lH an* In *n ll...., aktR HtM tkarflaaa Cook potatoes in their skinsto
utility room of rtaliaftaa and
pod ofric *
a
FI.hWI ..... ... start such dishes hash-
screened porch carport, etc of Clalnaatl; ....d a* airarn as :
alterations drs- (6XAHAM *- .*, tka Claimant, bOo annt ar hli. browned
L WALKER potatoes or potato
Landscaped
((12 word minimum) comer lot. 380 Hill os..rt ahe.ll ba uaanfianM br aM
Addition! Word, ..ok 60 view Rd. Phone 4882894. genies, ate. reasonable 48S-UM DafetrdantNortrs or SUIT .,... fill., faa aa4 sop. ..k alalm ar salad. The jackets help retain
STATS or rumiDA Jm.nd: not aa filed ahall ba Told.I Tha the nutrients.
DUE COUNTY T>r SARASOTA/ too!.. C..al aa aoMed to tha amountof I Fresh
TO vegetables best
ILLNESS, 5 cottage ... are
at.l.
Tot GRAHAM WALKERrldw.a.k.ow.t aaa: alalai toraH ear. ba oatalaad I I
CASH M ... both TWiday on U. 8. 41, near bay Will from tha Countr Jude e olrl... when cooked quickly end served

and Monday Edition/ take small house a* part down Laet ..... (Mm' I ./. Room MlWaheter MONA OOLDKMRTEINa : hot. The longer they are exposed
.
SHEPARD Bvlldlae, lit Ie8. $4L.cTIM.q B'amtri of tha Eeut* flirt with\ troubiel! When
)
payment it clear In local are*. III of SAMUEL BORNSnilN.AtU to heat and air, the more
51.40 Rt 1 Box 1 Nokomia488 GRAHAM B WALKER, wtx,. d.< aRfA!ELL moving office equipment, Die
2422. LUMBER CO. treaa It ......... If ."... and If aV >rwj>i : a .OWK our tale and ipaedy moving

|112 word minimum" ) I 1003() N. Washington. Blvd. 585.4 grant*,*,tIM....."'..k..._ar other bet.partlea... _alatmInf 'lnea.. P V V.,.d.o.Bn.. 5Ttf.! : Bank .*. ._ice. Your office will thaw

Additional Word each So Sarasota b'" thr ith. ....de. *r ...Inot anfhoeMweto Pablleht lr.. rinrMa MN r the difference.
Rentals Dd ndant. If ally., an4 .H Juaa U. I"Ir t. I. t*. ltd
e&n bad, tliclr nfihnoml litlrt, l,,bifiM. or Phone us today.
.
,.. A... af-c. .>. M ataa irantMi ..d all .....!. tuvlnc or '
.. ... >* I tin nremUkW, .... ELLIOTT PAULfor NOTICE Ot SALE
le e araa af .1154 ehimlnt. to haw nr ,,-h llll. orhitoratt
rSie far M tavrtta* .t anta flatten w e.T an eaay ...... II tin proportr h.r.ln tMcrllMi Notlra .la h..... lives that' pireuantI THINK OF
tae ler eaek maarMaai _,.... Cell. LOU JACOBS, 4II-IUI > final! larraa U _....".. antera4
A aerrlae dam at M aeinae ROOT tot:" '". Sbek' 10 OVLr vlvweRCr'ION I. w.,.. mnbara4 17.l.u u I.". Clm.ll CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE I
..*e .. Mt *f tk. 0..*rftot. ",0- COZY 1 Bedroom Cottage. TRUSSES: or nNIC' r pse ,lat Oaji of Saraanta Cent. fteHda I
Sea now. to _lla to ataaatfle,. Linens Alum. Windows ft Door. "noli I, P._ n a r7A Pablo' will aell tka propel ..altaal In Sara.aota .
utilities furnished !
,.
Rcoordi .f BarMote Qonntjr. Flor.Ton .. 00" ". FlorMa. ibwrlhH. ait LIGHTING SUPPLIES
DISPLAY $65 month 'til Dee 1st. Phone Contract Roofing & Painting wid Rh of jtm ..* iMrohr M- '- 1 .....I t. Block A, GOLDEN I
CLASSIFIED 4882422. Phone 488-7132 Venice ...u. _/1'1.ha' ARDRIA H. I- OATS POINT. M pr pin tkeof w. .
....
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Mlk I I. put Book I. Pan 1M, Pub.
PELLET flM b..ern Conplilnt
$3.00
One Edition, par Inch 1;'..." Court ., SanMta ConntrPlorid ,I. naaoHa of SaraaMa Cora...". Flor.At . ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. i
,
Inch $3.50 DUPLEX furnished. 2 bed Ida ,
.
Edition
Both per vfthwt you me orb of you
TYPEWRITERS!: . .. 80 ...... at u.. NI _,.. if Lot
rooms In Citrus Highlands.Near and Adding! m D.f n< woklnx to mix till* Ie
Machine (mechanically .... PliJitlff UM .k.". dnorlbH r.1.narw t. Block A, GOIJIM: GATE: POINT Base & Cockrill Streets. Phone 488-4794 i I
All clanlfted adi Dyable. 'In beach. Phone 468-3323 after crated op. bond ta ear s.4 OmntrYo r rewnhd 4 Plat fcoi I. Pan III. ,. ,
) Chemically Publl. --
1\\ p.m. and weekends.COMFORTABLE cleaned. 1o.1da. JUanrda af BaraaMai Oouatr. - ------ ---- -
advance a capt et'abliihed! like new. Just $12.50 plus part* M. fciHpf r *I.... t* flto yonrwrittM JTaH.la| the.. N Ifa' W alms tha I'f
if required All anmr or ottur d.fraH. to rid North Hnaa of I Ma I and t af aaU
.
makes
.account 2 Bedroom Venice Black. liT (S
ComvlilM wltb. the Clerk. of Uw CIt A. fart to the NW sonar
furnished house, located corner Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave Court In S.neot... Flnriilo. *"S t.. Mrra af... sold Lot I. Uianaa NflTE.! I* frail., ". ,..y.. '.. x,
48UI1S t... ..r hr-.f RAII"Y a.YARGEa nai" :. IITSI 7.48 to the Wart moi
CANCELLATION or lot north of Venice-Noko.ml. ......... far PI.In0ML' M4r. II". .f Bunaat Drive (T.' arloal I, tkanoa '
ADJUSTMENT Methodist Church. Screened ... Box Ko I, VmlM. FVirU m orMtoro 0fW" ann. tka Wart line a* ttanaat .' fi1 J
1th" of Jnlr. IM4 oro Drl... 1* fft to tha Point a* Bed*.
Requests for eaneallation .. porches Phone 474-2443. Male Help Wanted < ..."the. .IM* ConvlmlBt d.p t* loa rm.fMwvl nl.u r pub)?. ..... r Ohs blah.t l 'o., ,"r !>Ii' "r '
of Kuykendall Broker. Seder' yon m.4 a l>oir.l ProConfMHNt blddn' to. rah, .4 tile North eteor af tcltUi i
adfuttmant b e e a u ** Ohs ',8 > ".r
ar ont_ ihoroon.. and for ..Id : Wier of Wa Sven. e.
error mutt ba mod for SMALL COMPLETELY FUR wtlnn to prn.o.< ammo. ..".t ,.. Nan In S.c da F. .llds = ,
SOMEWHERE 'w_ "rot AM. .. .. ,
DONE AND ORDERED: tklo. lltk dw r4 .eo P. .
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE NISHED Apt. 2nd floor, pri- THERE IS A MAN ., *"" "'/. 10" Dtth. A.D,. Ira

5 p.m. on Monday. For Monday veto entrance. Ideal for single who wants to make $8,000 per *.. Circuit A. WTKW Cmn.BITTY Ctark' rftli ErPub1.1 W. ady A. "1fH1I, 0550.Dry 0150.

Gondolier BEFORE 5 woman or retired couple. Closeto year and more working with K. STSBM.: : D.C. .. Jub tiMORE L1554.Bar.'

Thursday. theater $80 per mono Phone growers In this area. This man Pastel A AlGER
pm. on Box 101. V......, Florid
474-2445. is probably married sober Publlibodl. Jar II. 15. fait t. I. IMIm PEOPLE ARt
PHONE honest and is ,
I willing to work
AIRY 3 ROOM Aoartment hard. He Tin: COUNTY Inflows COURT IN I SUBSCRIBING TO AND
483-3125 Utilities Included. Near hospital. I may be farming him. AM FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. I
540 Nokomis Ave 488- self. For such a man, we can FLORIDA IN PROBATC HEADING THE
IN RBl E8TATB or'J:4Iw.
,offer a career with the
largest ..
4006. : .. J. M..HII. TIIMWM
and oldest company in its NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Real EstateHELP 2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfur field. We will train him, work TO ATT. CREDITORS CLAIMS OR AND DEMANDS rrRHONSHAVINO ' '

nished. Plenty room for children i with him, and give him exclusive AGAINST SAID ESTATti Ei{ \
and pets. Phone 488-8781. rights to all business in a You tn hrrrtiT notlflxl >nd rd..lr4 I I '
me move the hundredsof to filo eAir' or demand. vhlrh ymi .ow
Invest large area already dew'oped. Mar niv* ....1..* th. Entato of Edward
fine building and LOW SUMMER Rates Weeklyor with opportunity for advancement i. Madlll DKOiMd. UM of BaraMta
ment lots we have In this area monthly. Furnished or un I If think aunt, rioriJ. In Iko ."... of Ho. I o
I you you Quality
,
JOHN T GRAHAM Saraoota CoontrJ
and suburban. List
citv your furnished. Worthington Apartments write freely to Bob Baiwln, dr., III the Countr Court ROOM atSarawta I
South Venice lots with us Wear across from Venice Box 1105, Winter Garden Fla. Florida, within ; oalradarnonthi
daM of Clot I
from the pubirttn
movln' Call Bruce F.
em. Shopping Center Stop in or of tkh NotlMEach
Thompson at Gulf Realty. phone 488-2418. alaln or daman moil .. "
Phone Bar 488-C738 Nile 488- Help Wanted wntlnii. and la duplicate! shall .
.
tho plan* of r"ti1noa and pest of" 'I
8838. LARGE COTTAGE completelyfurnished. add... at the Claimant/ ah.ll loa .....
In Laurel. $85 per to kr tha Claimant bla aiont or h.n5rny .
ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office anill .b* ...-........ br .
month. No pets or children. wants live-wire licensed real II.00 flllnt foa, and anr awb llalra ora DT
Lots For SaleLOT Ph. 488-4909 85pm.\ 488-3819, >mand aot ao fllad iball .ba Told. Thaflllnc LOW
estate salesman Reply J. C., foa mv ba added to the amount
write A.
89 Mary
pm. or Box 748. Venice.WAITRESS of .1.) ..... and alalra. forma nay bo obtained I
IN BAY POINT Nokomis Beach P. O. Box 812. Venice. from tho Countr ". Mile from beach. Block I B. MAMLL
BUILDING .VACATIONING FULL or part aa Eiotutrli of tha Catau PRICESON
west of U'.S.41. Value' $1,230 time. Apply to Venice Yacht of Edward I. Madlll.
Call 488-3602 for 1 bedroom
Make offer or will trade for 18 apartment near Venice Beach. I Club after 11 a.m.Situations BLAIR DacourdAttornorl AND DEAN Highstyle Hilltop per. . Rambler Classic V.8

or 20 ft. MFG boat, motor and Reasonable. tn .Nauau i. Florida BlraotVanloo. All

trailer. Phone 488-8629. WantedWILL Pabllabadt. t<... It, II. 1.1r l II. t. IMI
I IIII

LOT IN BAY SHORE Estates COMFORTABLY 3 room apartment FURNISHED, $M per Taw COUNTY ITOrgS remiT GENERALELECTRIC This dazzling hardtop is the Rambler Classic 770. It takes off
IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY.FLORIDA .
Priced to sell Call owner,
month year around. 417 Me. DO IRONING in my IK PROBATE with more V-8 than the standard V-8 in the top-size Ford or .
488-8223. nendec. home. Pickup and delivery. IN REt ",. r.t.. of power ,
MARY &! REEVES, N.. ".l
vfNirn III11'mIlNeOTe Phone 488-2575 D Chevrolet easier has virtually the
VENICR BUSINHSS SITUS VACATIONER'S NOT I C E.Completely Noises TO CREDITORS CENTRAL parks same room,

CALL, LOU 1.00'1117 I furnished 1, 2, 3 Boats For Sale TO PERSONS ALL RAVmO ORMMTOP3 CLAIMS AND AGAINST OTHER: HEATINGAND yet costs over $200 less* and gives you a long list of important t '

room apartments and bath Including INS!: ABOVE ESTATE,
ELK INLET Seawalled pete.ate
utilities and linens. You ara karabr BotlfM and roqulnd, advantages at no extra cost. And with what you save on Rambler )
.
boat basins B L. Kilton 5 fllo anr alalma or damanda ... ." ,
Bayshore Drive. Nokomis. Weekly $10-$15-$20; Monthly SACRIFICE OFFER 19ft. .r mar hava ...1.... tho rid _.... ,,
$3G-$ s.tG5. Call 4884447, evenings length, 8-ft. beam. PintoValvo 'In tha otrioo of tho. Count. Judr. ofBaraaota you can keep your pocketbook happy and still add smart,
tha Court-
Florida In
474-2569. 504 and 518 Armada engine Tunnel stem. All htniaa. at Oonntr.Saraaotai Florida, within all AIRCONDITIONING \ i
like floor shift (manual automatic)
options or reclining
Houses For Sale Road. fibreglassed Hardtop. Draft III) ,.'.nde. montba. from tho daU oftba sporty ,
__ Rack
flnt pnblleatloa of Oil.
HOUSE on the 12-in. Wonderful for bay and claim! or demand ran bo la .,t11,. Indnpllcata bucket seats with console seven-position steering wheel power
3 BEDROOM ,
.
gulf Lots of room for chairs and aiuat .* the plaoo of
".... I ad.. !*>* T.... Nicely furnished .... offloo addrow of thaalalmant
water. .Id. and
I tar Sa...- Prlraar -..... and fishing tackle $995. Phone and pal molt bo awora to br thaclaimant steering, power brakes, power windows-you name them. If you
CaB, LOU ACO'". 4"a-IHt NPC. Phone 488-3881. bla. aionU or hla. .,......... or EQUIPMENT
It will .booomo void I aeooHInt to law flair and
like fun glamour-and smart savings too-now
ILLNESS Owner to 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air conditioned Lost FAIR B. ALBRIGHT ,
FORCES and furnished. BOONB RAZEN a 1SPHORDINO, 1 CALL TODAY
sacrifice custom-built homeon Florida Powar a Lllht Bvlldlnt is the time to see your nearby Rambler dealer.
Bay View Parkway, Beautiful Venice: $90 per month. Writeor SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING Van 1_ Florida. FOR ESTIMATt I
Earl Bond WAB-4381 AHornqra. for tha Batata.Publlakl .
view of Dona Bay. Natural phone and diamond wedding ringon lull, I, .. U, U, 1M4. _
I Rt 5 Box WX, Arcadia Fla.
,
fireplace tile roof oak par- Nokomis Beach off pavilion. Rambler Classic-big
and give references.TRAILVIEW NOTICe OF INTENTION TO
I savings
quet floors. closed-ln garage Reward. Contact The Gondolier RKGISTFR FICTITIOUS NAMB'Tbo ,
screened built-in .aoaral>nod doaa ........ aartlfrthat ,LQW tP t[ M$.
porch APT. for rent by Newspaper
many I ... .. ........* a dri. la ..... during the Big Rambler Selling Spree
features. Duct heat. For appointment year. Completely furnished. rant bualaaaa. Vcnlca, Florida, nndntba
call 488-4882. : Automotlc heat and air con InstructionFRENCH I flotltioiv, namo of DOG N SUDS

ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. or VENICB ot tha and followinf that iwraona rid firm.....ataompoaad Comparlioni based on ndnulacturers'suggested ratal)prices

HOUSE FOR SALE- New, retired I Tampa St. close to store ...... and plaaaa of realdtaoa atra aafolta .IA'I" for top-lne 2-door hardtops with V.8 angina, heater and front seat b lh.

neighborhood between I Tel. M8-4194 .. GERMAN SPANISH 'WILLIAM_' JLLlOTT: loa fA CdrOlc. e

Casey Key Beach and shopping lessons for beginnersand V....., 'Iorld..

Cement block 2 BR, 80x Misc. For Sale advanced, by qual'fledteachers. ICE Owaanbl la aa followai'of DOO N SUES Of YEN. 400uIN8

143 ft. high lot on canal paved Call 4881497 1214 WILLIAM 0. EILIOTT. 100%..
itreets, partially. furnished APACHE I Mango Ave Venice It la mt .. ...010. M apply ta tbaClerk WOLFER MOTORS INC.
of Iko Circuit Cool la and for 744 VENICE AVE E. :
pure, unfiltered well water no Camping Trailer. World's No 1 Snots Oo In", Florida, to .edamU. i.
city taxes. Wlnfleld Way all aluminum. Pulls up or' JOBS WAITING Wilkinson .. aala nine DOO N BUDS OF VON PH. 488.5359
ICE under tha of Chapter
(Channel Acres), J. W. Streu. down In minute 2 double Real Estate School. Enroll BWI. Le... of Florida pnxiaiona. Act of 1(41.Wltoeeaaay 915 S. Tamlaml) Trail Venice, Fla.
Nokomis beds, off the ground Will pay now 282 S. ,Tamlaml( Trail .hoad thla tltk day Jana '

for itself in no time Come see, Phone 488-5551 Or 488-5898 1111WILLIAM: O, ELUOTtPuhlUhedl { t 11'' : -Witch "On Broadway Tonight,"starring Rudy Vallee on CBS.TV Wednesday tVlnlnt,1

NEW RICHMOND Buckeye. bring the kidsCAMPUS. June U, July t, *. IM. ..
Choice Venice Gardens location WORLD Pets

Water and sower. Central 100 N. Washington Blvd.
heat & air conduced garage, (opposite Maas Bros) S SING a DINE a DANCE DISTINCTIVE Ii

tile roof concrete! drive All Sarasota, Fla. ADORABLE CHINESE PUG .t R '

Formica kitchen, 14.750. Easy. puppies. AKC. Call after 4 Real I Estate Corner ..

financing Immediate occu GOOD 30" ELECTRIC STOVE. p.m. 4882858. CYROSVENETIAN
Fish Aquarium with stand I
pancy. Phone Mr. OTIearn !
MOON I I.ilJ. W
488-me or 48 -I"t. and motor. Venice Transit 852 BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird
E Venice Av. Supplies Mrs. Kolsa, 483- fri. & Sat. Lil & Bill

SALE BY OWNER. Well-kei 5850. '
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home. 2 bedrooms 9 bath ONEHALFAircondltioner Phone $11.750
INTER STED1
Lovely landscaping.' Walking $25. WOLFER MOTORS Inc. 'J
488-2637. I INTERESTED
evenings APARTMENT INCOME
Z
distance to beach postoffice, 488-8641 RAMBLER DODGE 8 J Bedroom 2 bathe Screened

store. SOS Granada Ave., Van- >I5 S. Tamlaml' Trail 488-3965-481-6150 Porch, attach.d carport, Oil Completely Furnished

Ice. I Tri-County Equipment Co. SPECIALIST IN . H. N. W I m mer s-Realtor, heel Good FillfJnc111V

SACRIFICE. LEAVING town BELL RD. SARASOTA FLA.\ ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT I REAl. ESTATE AND INSURANCE $17,500.00.05 EoIt UNFURNISH Aurora lJ KERMIT. L.
] 955-5705
3 bedrooms a baths split C Brake Repair S Lubricate Chatitl

level home, pool beach This/ week specials/ on e Front End Alignment a Oil Change Agent for Weefnl Unless Telegraph H. N. WIMMtr.S: MICKLETHWAIT

488-Se49. rlehtl'l Black & Decker'Tootspianos e Front End Overhaul a AdJust Headlight Beams Monda tin Friday 9 N 5: Saturday t. 1 REALTOR

CBS 2 e Wheel Salanclnq e Elactrteal Repair CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR l

BEDROOMS e Engine Overhaul e Any Automatic or Standard 221 W, Miami Ave 801 Lsquna Drive
room, tile bath Golden Beach HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN '
lection, 828 Roberts St. Steinway Knrbe Everett S Radio Repel Tranimtiilon Repair 488.5308 488.4621:.

George Steck Winter.. Cable Alrconditionlnq Repair and Initallatlon

Nelson .. Fayette 9 Cable

HaDe ft Dark I t

Musette Players FLORIDACORPORATION MONEY INVESTED IN THESE LOTS WILL CERTAINLY
GREEN'S FUEL
Pianola Players OF IN BIG WAY..
OFF
fAY A
DO PEOPLE $13 750 " ,
-Orgn SOUTH VENICE?;
.. ] '
Allen Lowrey 5 Lots Corner ROllyn 8 RelluAII For . .. .. . .$1 zoo I / ? ,
READ COMPLKTB!: SELECTION OF I Member, Chamber of Commerce 2.Mdroorn.. 2* bethe, Florida room, central heat, 5 Lots Comer Baffin 6 P.p.ve-PI..d Sfnet .. .. .$1500 '

REBUILT RECONDITIONEDAND GUARANTEED DOMESTIC; COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE beech rights, wonderful view of Gulf. Owner trail. 4 Lott-L.rge-Corner Br.denton a Geneve . .. .$IZoof"ad. i4

SMALL ADS? PIANOS FULLY AND ORGANS ,Heating and Air Conditioning Will consider tentln" 15 lets Extra LsrgTortoll' d..Martin .. ... .. .. .$1500

FROM au "Hearing & Air Conditioning 'install of ion* 3 lots Devon R.od ' :, . . .. ,, '. .$1200
<< ." FRANK C. RAEBURN 4 Lot..on Gentian .et.e.1Wi.tilrll A AveIOl\-c\ ; .$1400 I
WELL CO.Co
CANNONrMUSIC Gas #Range Water Ntaferi

1301 lit St., Free EttbniteiN j REALTOR GULF' REALTY

YOU ARE! Than Job Too tig or'Too Smell 251 W. Vllllee Ave. Ph1.1600 .88.Z649 4388736
Open tl1 b.mt 263 S*' _Trail, Venlc Ph. 488-2271' 216 S. T.mleml Tr. P. O. Boo 935 .fo'. "
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"' TWELVE THE 60NDOLIEK I VENICE FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 9, I'MMEMBEI

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bush should always go to bed

THE Men's Garden ClubBy with dry leaves, It possible
: Pruning is almost a year

ttR R/ WILLIAM F. COURT around necessity In this! area
( However in the colder climates
\ ( PEOPLE I ROSESIt lana" or "Dr. Huey" rootstock, -
and rather
broadly
preferably the former. The ,
\ makes little difference method of planting in the beds peaking, pruning 1 l don when
gSPEAK j jTo what plant you may wish to above described will dependon plants are dormant to prevent
grow in Florid; one thing Is whether you purchase the lap from oozing from the cute,

t_ certain; you must have good bare roots or container grown In Florida you prune to obtain
soil, and since that is a rather plants Recommended methodsof B plant of desired shape,

Th. Editor any ruling they have ever rare commodity, you must planting may be found in a to remove dead and weak
or I enjoyed article made In the interest of make It. For a rote bush, I of books which growth and to encourage the
TRW ASSOCIATED PRXSJ MEMBER OF TM FLORIDA reads ASSOCIATION your "OK morality varietly guide
of
I For South Seas Not For ; they'll probably go along dig a hole 30 Inches in diameter your local garden supply store development strong new

Tho AoooelMod. PTOM to ontuoltolF onUUod M OH for NpohllrMm. of nil Mm .,.......... orodltod to Venice." It starts by saying with these new bathing suits. and IS inches dep. I space can readily furnish. growth.
N. as ehawM."dled, h tltl. paps. .d sm 100oi spar .blbbed u, rlahIa d eapbllatfa "Don't strain "Grandma the holes 48 to 60 inches center You should fertilize a rosebush Perhaps I should have told
looking
of .pald' .1o..1ch. w ... _.... your eyes w a kidding
Tho for topless bathing suits on Grandpa this morning saying to center to provide ample once each month with you which plants to buy and
tad haul aa..5bins .oat.O ot Ibis np..pa to .wrlgbad. ... 110 rgabUesU.e b _
_17 1mbidd.. sap{ b. ..,_ ....1...... Venice Beach" Since readingthe she was going to get one. area for root growth and the.otPw' solid chemical fertilizer or why. I could have picked out

article I received the following Grandpa said 'You do and ;;rqs.t ground spreadof once each week if you use a your fertilizer, your insecticides .
....bll...... E._ Monday std Tb....... Prop 11S-JI B. Miami A.... letter from my brother: youll be on the beach all a healthy liquid on foliage I have used and fungicides; and fin.
Bnton: Ai Sooon Clam 11._ At Port Oftloo >t Tale* rbrlao "Dear Frank I don't know alone." Grandma shot back bush. After the the former with great success ally told you how to prune

what this! world i I. coming to. That's what you think! holes are dug, and am now experimenting Neither space nor time permit
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher There was once the time whenwe "And Grandma couldn't make a mixtureof with the latter. What kind or this, but here 1* where

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager could be shocked but I have been more right Anywoman qdh wellsoaked one third brand to use? Check with your you may get many of your
local store but be sure answers, with Illustrations; all
doubt it supply ,
SAM DILLON .................................. Newt and Newsphoto Editor anymore I rememberthe wearing one of these peat moss, one- that which carriesa for the asking. Bulletin 180
first woman I ever saw bathing suit will never walk to buy only ,
ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent smoking and I was so embarrassed alone. r third well rottedor well-known and reputable "Roses in Florida," by the Agricultural .
I had to hide behind si oey", about the only way dry cow manure brand name. Extension Service,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5 25 per year $3 25 per six month, $2.75 tree to look at her I never you can be shocked these days I third of and the-one-IOU Rose bushes get their full University of Florida. It'* the

per three months. 10 cents per copy. Out of county $625 per year $4-23 dreamed that some day most I I. to stick your finger In removed from share of insects and fungi but greatest
per six months $3 three months. women would be smoking and light socket all are controllable. Again In conclusion rememberthat
per
Court the holes Mix consult local store as to the final product, beautiful .
Admtbr." ..........u... rlo 4. Pram Ionl. G.Ie..5lb. Fla.1 A....... Nw.pa.a ... smelling like men. -But they Yours for thrills,, your loved all
In roses, by and
back should and are
what
_tatl... Now Yak.. N. Y.I Atl.... G.. Dotroll. IIlob. LEM." thoroughly place you use
are."Then along came the high the hole and water well. Placea again I Inject the word of caution are as easy to produce as most
W* !know time marches of each brands. flowers Remember too that
dresses with low neck lines.It as marker in the center on reputable ,
took me a long time to get on everything change. I never hole and, if possible delay Rose bushes should be watered roses love to live, even as you
Miss VeniceAttractive
accustomed to women straightening thought they would take prayer planting of the bushes for four once each week to a soil and I, so try growing; them
-
out of school. They did. to six weeks. penetration of four inches. You with loving care and devotion,
and talented Miss Frances And being Joint claimant to Mill ; their stocking and 1 loosening
their garters right out in Never thought I would sc re- The quality of the bush you may do this by "soaker" orspray and the returns will amaze
Webinga of Overbrook Gardens, Englewood Venice a Englewood I It just one of tile public, But_ I did. And you apportionment I did. Never plant !is very important. Purchase but do it in the morn- you.

is the new Miss Venice. many things the two communities havein never saw a woman's bosom thought/ man ,would' orbit the only No. 1, stout stock Ing. Whichever method you
unless she was nursing a baby world. Re did. quality and insist: on "Fortun- use, remember that a rose -.
Miss Webinga won her title over six common. Both are progressive South Now, I believe, If the women SEE'
But
now women expose all except ----
other lovely young ladies Saturday nightIn County communities; both are among that part that hasn't been : want to wear topless bathing

the annual pageant sponsored by the Florida' most attractive growth areas. suntanned suit In public place all the new
they have to do is organize.The .
Venice Jaycees.In So it is with pride and pleasure that we "And this shock treatment federal government and
isn't unique with the women.I / |fors0it #to person SitchcnAldSuperba
salute Mist Venice of the Supreme Court will
becoming Miss Venice Miss Webinganow our new Englewood.May remember a few years ago probably

wear two crowns having already her reign be a happy and successfulone. when I saw my first picture of take care of the rest. VariCycleDISHWASHER

been chosen by our sister community as a man dressed in Bermuda FRANK WINESETTE.!: A

Miss Englewood. A salute also to the Jaycees for putting with shorts a standing mixed crowd.in an I elevator said to 630 Cadiz Venice.Road, By THE REV. CHARLES I. HOWE, a

Inasmuch as she is a 1964 graduate of on by far the best event yet. It was a myself 'These things will never Pastor Emnanuel Lathers Charchbest ON
,
Venice High School Venice can lay claimto beautifully done job by a hard-working sell. No man in the world 's
w
would be caught dead in one of To The Editor; ? DISPLAY !
her as its own, just as Englewood her crew . beauty pageant, fireworks and these outfits. Much less out on - - - -

hometown. all.lived. the street. But yon know the of Let.Monday me say last that regarding the editorial the Sometime ago I read a story bered some words from the NOW

story. Most everyone wean which was intended to be a Bible: "Be sure your sins will
voting privilege of in
Bermuda short Including the various states is people welltaken child' story, but which certainly find you out."
. myself has moral for adultsas I said this has adult
a story an
and I trust
Caution Is The WatchwordDr. "I read in the paper the other news media more will endeavor people and to well? Away up in the north- application We are living in an

day where Christine Keeler put this on a sensible basis! and ern part of Canada there liveda age of sin. It really sends a
Holli S. Ingraham Commissioner within 50 yards. R..ulhsupport was out of jail and was planning not deprive people of their little girl by the name of chill up and down our spines

of the New York State Department of the conclusions of others that hazard of a 'come-back' in motion privilege to vote for that rear Alice. With her lived her father when we think of what is taking
pictures. Christine you will re and mother and an older place in the world. And in
Health has laid something that should insecticidal poisoning to person with environmental member along with Mandy on.In brother. There were no near the midst: of it all, we must

be read and remembered by everyone or Incidental I exposure are Rice Davis, made history and this connection I and several neighbors. Alice liked to play pause and frequently look

who has been led into fear over the use negligible. almost wrecked the British who other were similarly I have talked affected to with her brother but more squarely at ourselves If tile
Parliament with her parties wanteda image of live to
else our
than anything she were appear
of pesticides in agriculture. His words: Pesticides can be dangerou*--but that with Dr. Profumo a few months wish to call attention to our doll. Her parents were poor before us a* did( the Image M

"I believe that any new legislation for danger Is( primarily of human origin. It back. Anyway she has served City of Venice election laws. and could not buy her the doll, of the doll, and along side

j the control of pesticides should be approached lie in failure to read the directions and her time in prison and is now No provision'voting i* and made last for December absentee so one day her mother took a of it, the Image of what God
I willing to let bygone be bygone grain sack and cut it Jrto the want our live to be, how
with caution. Our evidence to to take the generally simple precautions .. when this was calledto form of a doll. Because she much difference would be Punt ell......ens tart Slam

date Indicate that pesticide* although that will make their use safe. If the) controversy "In my opinion she's the the attention of one of our had no cotton,, she proceededto there? uM-button ..... Now klnf-tlio. )

I they involve risk: create benefit forman over pesticide stimulates Interest perfect type for the movies councllmen his! only Is answer fill it with wheat She painted "Ha someone seen Christ: copoctty.rlmo. Kw Now luiuriou doable wash took, triple Vrfiechoice
"well there
and people would stand in line was no pronto.Ion )hi
r a face and then dressed it you today? / of flnWtot, 4.dud4g.5.4.
and for the future of man that cannot in use it will have producedat for absentee voting." ,,
proper all afternoon to get a seat. for with the pretiest material Chrietien.look to your sin. Agtnt Dttpmtr. Com* In
be achieved: by other presently exIsting least one worthwhile result. At the one of her showings. I don't believe anything ha she could find. It was really. life, I pray, tea and sea TlMft'a" H MM.a quality Two ojlwr McfconAlcJlor Mrtn,

means." same time, let us remember that by 1980 And now come the shocker : been done In the pest six beautiful. The little things thetyou'V't avary titcbeaavuyVenice
of all shockers. Out In California month to rectify thi*. You and done and ..Id.
1 Evidence of this nature was recently the population is expected to grew byes they've Introduced a other are undoubtedly awareof The doll brother was thought silly. and playingwith since Did they accord with .

presented In the Journal of the American much a* 80 million ever the 1960 bathing suit for ladies that this and I bring it to the Alice liked to play with dolls, the way you prayed?

Medical Association A study made by census total. All of them will have to doesn't have a top. Just two fore a* It again shows our need he began to miss her compan 'The world with a criticizing .
thin to hold the short for' better and fairer voting
strap has looked
of doctors the Phoenix be fed. And this will be called up lonship. One day the family view ,
a group in areashowed country shorts According to news reports law*. had to to a funeral twenty But did it see Christ in Electric Appliance

that a chemical insecticide used upon to help provide food for undernourished they're outselling Fords NAME WITHHELD. miles away.go Fred, the brother you?

to spray crops hat only a negligible effect nation abroad. Without the and soon will be catching up was left at home to care for What is the Image we are 133 W. Venice
with hotcakes. At the time of (Editor's Note W* are the animal The felt leaving? We may hide it from Ave.
on persons living nearby. It compared pesticide., along with the armory of advanced this writing they haven't been happy to report steps to correct proud of his trust. He boy fed the man, but we can never hide Telephon.488-2834

city dwellers unexposed to insecticide production weapon agriculturenow modeled on the beaches yet. this situation alreadyare animals and did the house anything from God.

I with persons living lest than 500 possesses, that feat would be im But they will be and you can fat the works. City offle- work. But then he became
take my word for it. The police I.la. with money for this par- lonely and began to look for I
yard from sprayed fields. Most of them possible. department is yet to decide pose Included ta the current something Interesting to do. In Venice Area Church Directory

whet they're going to do about budget, hope te complete his search be found this! doll, .
it. Nudity isn't illegal they sometime this year aa absentee and Immediately decided he
I r but lewdness is. This is ballot et-ap also re- ST.' HATHANTCT/B KPI8OOPAL TRINrTT BtETRODIBT: C&UBOH
say, ,
would it
Most Goals Achieved dispose of so he could CHURCH wars. Iw.Wort .
another ease that will probably registration ef an voters and have the companionship of his (Old coo Solco Offloct Port CharMM
be decided the fastanathm of modem Tarn wet M ....h. ..
by Supreme a .p- Bcrrieoi lu I. 0ofcWSCSt
Norman Thomas, a candidate for president fore taxes Income of all U. S. corporation Court. And since I can't recall te-4ate card cystem.) sister again. He thought of Bo*. Bcrrteoii Potor O. 111 Modooo.o.m.Bohr .Vleu.tmrnrnr . pint MotHkr. S..* ....
but decided Of flehU Baud .
many things, finally 1 Second T..dw.I ua
J, ) on the Socialist party ticket for *. he would dig a shallow hole Comonoloo.1 ud "5.adar. . .

many years, said recently that most of Columnist Henry J. Taylor In analyzing sible virus-cancer path from and bury it in the end of the Vote VBNICB* Br-Wcw ASSEMBLY M Mist Or Ann GOD. EPISCOPAL AI Hama ftllSBIOMITB8T

the original I goals of his have been these facts pointed out that Mussolini Role Of Viruses animals to man and reporta garden. .... vial II...... rwtw P_
party ...., .
.
OB the prospect for preventionand When the parents and Alice School laiO LK.Hontal sia. -:arws leas' .
Worahlh, stun ...
achieved took 40 cent of the corporate profit
per therapy la the area of ,
returned Alice couldn't find R.das 1anb. lot err BAPTIST CHURCH
He referred to government ownershipor and Hitler took 45! per cent. The United viral diseases. the doll. They hunted everywhere Wed....... _rm 1I.u.. .... .... N. II...... DM.Tho .
......
Boo. e. OMMM4M.M'xMor .
control of the nation's State take 50 per cent then taxes these In Cancer Cause Peterson said that the 27- but it was not to be VBN1CB-NOKOM1S METHODIST:
economy.
page pamphlet contain a good found. Finally winter set in,, CHUSCH ....., *>4l... ....... .ohoot.lift .
I Secretary of Labor Willard: Wirtz has profits again when they are distributedto deal of new information of then passed and spring; arriv ,ate Awe A PoliMOl/ 4M-MS *._ Wonhlp. awns. .

helped confirm Thomas statement. Wirtz stockholder a* dividend considerable interest to the ed. One day Alice was 'planning Job. Loob_.JOB*. ruMr.Wowk 1 144p.m. Toinf FoootoMoM
laid of Shown By Study general public who contribute to pl.nt.me flower .! Ion ItM ut. u4 U liM.., 0...... Borrfao.WoiMdwl .
one every eight U. S. factory The currant rat of U. S. government their time and effort in the seeds and she chanced to Q.... ....... ..41 a.M.Ibadla .. -'KI4 ..... UUVmok rrarCRUBCB >

worker S is employed on government work.In spending it $250 million day $30 millionan continuing fight against can choose the spot where the doll Tooth r.II. 541 err m

1963 more than one-third of all professional hour more than $500,000 a minute. There 1* scientific evidence cer. The booklet "Virus CancerResearch" had been buried. There she as EMMANUEL S. fwiul. LUTHERAN Trail : CHURCH 44.4SFutor. Or TRW HAZA1XHBSMKk :

and technical workers were employed which suggests that viruses .(PHS PublicationNo. saw the image of her doll outlined TlM *... Chart L .... ......
One of every 13 working men and women may play an important role in 1130) I is available in single in beautiful green in the Chunk School! till ... Jan Boot oJ ,....... 41 ..* Toa
on government projects Wonhtoi ItlM ...1 M. A......., Hlibtt
are paid from Washington. One-third of human cancer, according to copies from the Public Health rich earth of the garden. The Phonol 484001

The Atomic Energy Commission is the all land In the United States, 800 million the publication, "Vim Cancer Service Washington D. C. wheat with which the doll had UUUBIDI LUTHERAN CHURCH ..... ScKool. a iSO OB.Hartilei .
... .. ..
They be In been filled 4 So.t U.S. 41 Worohtp 10 iM >
may purchased had sprouted. The
patios largest consumer of coal I. water Research, recently Issued bythe ...
Is owned a the federal ,The ** MWM & Maya. 4SSM44W Tooth Sorrlo edo .
I acres by gov.nmanto quantity from the Superintend. parents were called and then .
and Public Health Service, U. nhb( > 5..t.! 14tU taa.mdw Kooning lorrto I iM p. .
electricity Th. AEC owns and uses The U. S. government owns 85 percent S. Department of Health Education ent of Documents Government the son wa called. And a* he School *il* .... Wad..... rraror Mattes tlM mjt,

more machine tools than General Motors, of the land In Arizona, 97 per cent and Welfare. Printing Office Washington 25 stood and looked upon the outline Slhh Gas.tla a.. CATHOLIC

: Ford and Chrysler combined. The U. S. The announcement was made D. C.. at 15 cents per copy. in the earth he rem_ SIRS CHURCH or CHRIST. CHURCH or Tin EPIPBAKTMortk
.
of the land In Alaska. It owns 421,000 CIENTI8TN Harbor D.... tmi brave 5.545T.ons
Army I is the nation's biggest buyer of this week by L. H. Peterson, WM V..le. Anut 4UM11Bt
building, and lease thousands of others. Tampa vice-president oC the '1.100 ... ...... Goorao W. 0...._
lumber cloth shoe and shirts. Lase '""- 11 ...
,
Norman Thomas be correct In his .... .. -
may Florida Division of the American . 11 aswa.da. Sands N..w iWlntor, seNd.Mmtt..pcta. /

J The Defense Department early this year statement that most of the goals of socialIsm Cancer Society. the .Jl recipe for folks Wit .. .5..14...... to I .... 411? Coot_,., (..........4tM. Ie..a.to IM..
estimated Its property and equipment at have been realized. There Is very little Peterson said the report .ml tmmiv sad hoUdwt. u* rel.4so..h.tn.Yma > s... a.dnMrsde...
!IN a value of $171 billion. The Defense Department state that because of the introduction
In the U. S. that the federal newly moved to
economy of tissue culture, MAC aUCTHODUT CHURCH MOATS PORT CBABLOTT
I is growing at the rate of $6 government doesn't control by contract electron mlscroacopy and other Oornw_ .of Mite I"M4 DiPMtcngiulM u4 Owk.M. CBVBCBBSnUt

billion In property each year. regulation or tax**. development techniques researchers Venice School *i4* ... nUESBTTEBIAM: CRUTCH

Automotive vehicle owned by the Department can now hope eventually Wonkl n. i. r.Sorrtoo iioo ...111. ** ... TM..OomKOBttr... 4. _CMMTOK __
of Agriculture outnumber total I II Despite what our two major political I to come up with answer Bll.lt .no>. til .... WojMotor.SEVENTH Seeds II lot am Wonhl BvrlMCUMrMt .
parties might say, most of us work for the to the question* posed by this I Take ON phone till (or coupon, Wow), wt"'dnl.l taw MTTWCALVARY MM al.al..ar
I auto registration In seven state of the evidence.If add hostess with btskeU of tilts mi DAT ADV rUn
..
.
.
least r o Tnul. M ow of EC IINokomtt.
to '
Union. The Defense Department annually government at a great extent. the virus-cancer link In Information about the city, stir IIIl'n. flc.VBMICBMOKOMI8 OF VINICB REFORMED OAKDENt CHURCH:

absorbs! more income than the entire be. Mt. Sterling Advocate humans can be demonstratedit Ine hospitality ind your dm i m- P.a.., ..-_.. .,L..GutINmerle. ... 50,45.Prep. feet Nort Bwv MM
I may pave the .yIOt'' the onus intf delijhtful welcomt ]ut _. '110 ,..-. _,... TM .... frank' J. "- .... r-
Snub School. (14 ...
development of new preventivemeseuree DOOM PRESBYTERIAN Ma.S.5 Wonktot HIM *.,
and may even open CHURCH c.......* BmMbet Tea ..
. 1m up new 'vista In the treatmentof 11I._. Llama A. BowUl
Itchy Feelings .
cancer.. WelCO lei Th aisles WSM2SSIIOOM VorilMTthohoMt St. BAPRACLt CHTTBOBOF

'I e School! >i4i ... ENOLXWOOD:
"What become of an Itch when it I is scratched at least not easily'or quietly. According to the pamphlet forsuch gon Wonhtp SS.bm Snidtfl .,** .... PA (OK tUf OMW .. OMMHS.
viruses are responsible rttimhto Bill II .... Oordol Be** .
i! scratched: ?" Some people have an Itch to travel a variety of cancers In _. 5..W. 11- .... ...
Hebdp W pct ...
The dermatologist who asked the question which I Is only aggravated by a taste of the laboratory animal that It PHONE ........ SAW MA1E-S BPISCOPAL CHURCH Csrmba worm Mum

at a convention of the American roving life; others Itch to learn new things would be surprising if they did ---------------------- ...... M 5or..s. UNITED CHURCH OF OBBIR
not some types in man .
cause TU Bo* Doolo DOM Passes Bictolooro
Medical Association In San Francisco male more money or get into a fight. In for' the basic phenomena of MLCOME flEWCOMEISI .5..d. Sw.bm- OONGRBOATIOMAMotRITIAMBVAMOBUCAt !

couldn't supply the answer H* did say fact, the expression "He's Itching for a life does not differ very much DM this coupoi to let n know JOu're berg I .. .of HaIr 0.-.... Tho a_ a. ftooon AND a.oRo.REFORMED:.

'that scratching the itch was tha best endquickest fight" mean someone I is anxious to get from The one specie also to describesand another. mw I Ofcotioi t S4 0.01Monlnt..Fnror..... *o O.QJ..4 l...... I .. Snil.oj Mo- *mutton hold. I m.u.dlp r w
report
Vouw
". way to get relief. Into a scrap. Scratching any of the above explains'some of the approaches Annsem , II I .. ..r-- 5au.e Ont. M Ma.

N It Is I Interesting. to know that science itches I Is neither easy, quick nor guaranteedto currently being util nuT BAPTun B.CBURCB OF nuncsBbhoH a.sans papa Sokoot a. ed.a o/tta..Hone... e..tot ar mtot

k still trylnf to solve some of the apparently relieve the Immediate sensation. ized in virus-cancer work. It I sails ........ ass Ltard.a...POMOIWonht 5w_ Gass. AOoM alas *iS
discusses the basic nature of O Please hm the Welcome Wagon Hostta oil on raw I (..... ItrN o-ox ar..d0-N.d: Mro. BOMotond

simple mysteries of life even Physical itching I Is thus the easiest to viruses! theirexistence In our D I would file to lubicriba to the GONDOLIER I Trolota B...IM .D..._.. 4 til it** ........ pwb.R CIo_InliM. see ll.mool Bli.run .

when simple solutions appear to exist for satisfy and even that can't be done In modem environment and their QI I already wbtcrttx to the GONDOliER I j i Wodiwrio _?, H'_. fM ..

them. Unfortunately the doctor's suggested public because Is Isn't polite. Implication in leukemia and fill out coupon and mill to drcutitkw Dept,, j nuns VM'ICS BAPTIST MISHION < CHRISTUM. of CkrtotttMMto CHURCH05m51.
1 lymphoma Also described ears* Old *. ... .
21' .1 lowcK
II
doesn't, work because mph BM TMIM A M
Treatment always
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are . ;there .art some Itching* that can't be Florida Times-Union search effort to find a pos- I Wonhl.....*lohool Sorriot_ spa Si4S..... lady WM.M*.assert t* M.till *jhPAGE '


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1- N P C Club NotesBy I I NPC Personals I Nokomis NettingsBy 4th berlin Mr.ot had and July a Mrs.full weekend.bouse Harold over;Their earn.the 'I I


MARGUERITE PETERSON daughter and her husband, Mr.
I Mr. and Mr. William Prulz- Canfield will be in charge of MART ALICE MURRAY and Mrs William Reed from I
with the toot of the horn, the afternoon for a day of festivi ties planned for the afternoon man on Maureen Avenue and Jerry's Hardware Store. rhODe 4M-SJ49 Niagara FalII, N. YH and
ourUi of July Boat-a-cade, ties.The which included competitive her mother Mrs. Ida Brownlee ....0- their two sons Skipper and
lib t. boats participating, NPC Volunteer Fire Department games[ of shuffleboard, horse have returned to North Port Mr and Mrs. Hubert McKlb- Mr. John Edmondson and sister Mrs. Barbara Hemlngi Randy are here for a prolong.ed .
off brliht and .arl, l..t was on hand for the shoe pitching and kite flying Charlotte after a visit with ben have returned home to family have been on their year.ly flew to Chicago this past week. I stay. They" brought Mr.
atundayrelinetfon a. morning end their siren and the bell ringing ceremony contest with prizes being furnished friends and relatives back North Port after a visit with visit. John teaches music in Mrs. Hemlngs son Augl hada Frank Reed ST. with them for
was breakfast at to commemorate the by several of the clubs I home in Washington, Pa. their son. his wife and new baby the Frankfort, Ky., School de. heart attack at the age of company on the way home
Sea gorse Restaurant in first ringing of the Liberty At S:30 there was a big splash -oMrs. girl. Congratulations! partment. When school closeshe 47. We are taking for granted shortly with Bill. Father and
harlo1te s Harbor. The group Bell and our independence asa is the young people plunged and his wife and six-year that Augie Is improving a* no son are going home by way of
athered S9 strong and veri11I'1' free nation. Into the large Olympic size poolto Vemone Tracey on I -o- old son make a quick visit to word has come from them and : Knoxville, Tenn., to visit with
'. World War I Veterans, led retrieve the money when! $5 West Hyde Park Avenue returned Mr. and Mrs. Genneth Glbbs her family in Fort Pierce then we are going by the adage that I relatives of Mr. Reed Sr.
) home earlier this
motor by Commander "Frank Rod. In pennies were thrown into the week left last Monday for a visit come here to the George Ed. no news is good news. We Daughter June will remain
Some experienced forced tobY man, held a flag raising: ceremony pool and everyone could keep after spending several days in with their children and other mondsons for a few days, then hope so and that his mother with her two boys until time
ubI' and were Miami Beach when she attended relatives in Chester, W. Va. I for them to get ready to *
car and Dr. Terrence Peterson whatever he found. back to summer school to further and aunt can soon return go
aka lhwtripsorth It sincee it pastor of First Presbyterian The big holiday was climaxed National the Puppeteer's convention of of Amer.the -oWe his education. Isn't it won. home. back to school toward the mid. aY
u it wonderful breakfast mda Church, 'gave the Invo- with an impressive displayof Ics, held at the di Lido Hotel. welcome our new neighbors derful how the younger people die of August. ,
1 together. cation. Mayor Flavius Wood fireworks which were furbished Mr. and Mrs Richard want to learn and learn striving f.
of being Puppeteers from all over the
ton addressed the group, reminding through courtesy of Charles Rnoeckel for more and more de
Most of the boats were full them that many had given General Development Corp.It United the States meeting and Canada attended moved into their homo oar 348 green Barrett Approved Ruberoid Approved M.iw&4Y M.
lib two or more couples' inch their lives that we could'enjoy] was" s full day (pf picnic- Marlus Road. The Knoeckels -0- ; '
freedom from tyranny and he Ins and fun for the resident of -o- moved here from Great Neck, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wor- ::
cede was led byndremaster closed with the statement "We Jerry and' Sylvia Brobst and Long Island, N. Y.
Boat a stall he the Commander of the 'GU
ne Jim Chance. fill perpetuate the Spirit of NPC.World -o- their young son Dick left thla -a- WWI Barracks 764, Venice, of \ ll: "i- :1
her boatmen were William 1778!" War I Veterans, Bar- week for North Carolina where Allyn Roth left early Monday Venice Gardens, have their son \ JaOIlDEI
Carroll, Clair Allyn Roth, the racks 2743, met last Thursday morning for Daytona Beach I
rink, Frank representing they will visit with her sister Charles B. and his wife and .
soda, F L. Wilhelm C. C. I Boy Scouts and the teen-agere afternoon at the Community before traveling out to Wisconsin where he will attend the Daytona family with them for a while. ,
W. Harr Cyrus Howls, : of North Port Charlotte, read Center for their regular meet- on Beach Junior College Vocational The girls, age seven and 12 I
layer'lham Blankenbaker, Robert the American Creed and spoke in?. and Minnesota where School. We will all and baby, age 10 months, nam LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO.
Paul Zulauf, Williamjryey briefly to the group, emphasizing Delegates gave a 'report on Jerry will visit with his broth. miss Allyn and our best wishes I ed for proud grandpa, whom
n Wilfred Churchill and the fact the youth are the very successful conventionheld er and get some fishing done. go with him. I they have not seen for three Complete Roofing Contractor
art Kissel. trying to live up to the high at the Cherry Plaza HotelIn They plan to go on up into Canada months, will be here to liven SPRAY COATINGOn
standards of the, creed. The Orlando and Commander and back through New A gardener can grow tomatoes the household for a week or
The July meets next young people also expressedtheir Rodman said a fine slate of York and see Niagara Falls. as easily in a sunny two. Tile, Asbetto end Built Up Rook ;r..
,urodsYaq. 16. at 7:30: p. thanks' to Mr. Lee Old- officers were elected at the They plan to be back by August I Alaska village as at the Equa -0- Nokomis, Fla. Ph. 488-5913
," at the Community Center. ham, scoutmaster, for his untiring state convention and he be. 1 and in the meantime Bob tor. Mrs. Henry Rombout and her
ob Canfield' Is commodore. efforts in behalf of the lieved the veterans' organization
- youth of this community.Mr. I Is In fine shape for progress

)Many North Port Charlotte' Oldham, representingthe Mr.in William the coming Elchelberger year.
at the General Development
tudents gathered
Sarasota County Service Officer
ommunity Center_ Saturday Corp., announced the festlvi- will be at the North Port
Community Center office on
Wednesday, July 15, for the

NOW OPEN AGAIN convenience need his services.of those who will SAVL.ONFORD'S I<

Delegates attending the Con.
vention from NPC were Com-
Gulf Wind Drive-In mander and Mrs. Frank Rod. I y
..
man, William A. Garvey and .
,
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Albert Coll. sort Iaeaa Aerases iaararra Saar n-a asrawaearer AarerallMeeMB
Nokomis Fla. On Dona Bay The Veterans meet the first r / / -aaprttrgglsserael w ;.11 t
Thursday of each month at 2 .,_- ""' .,., .. JI/IIW"
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We are happv to have in our I" r..... ('J ,:;* "
community Miss Frances .. ';)
Webinga, daughter of Mr. and .
Mrs. Paul Wcbinga, 2121 East f
y Crest Drive, in Overbrook :
Gardens. She now wears two ; .. .:..
crowns, Miss Englewood and
Miss Venice. We wish her a lot
of happiness in her new reignas ,f
queen and I'm sure the resIdents
of Venice! will be as
proud of her to wear the crown '-r r d fp e ra
of "Mils Venice" as the residents .
of Englewood are. We, .\
too, wish her good luck with
her ambitions in music and religion
in which she plans to y ;
continue. f tIR
-o-
a Mr and Mrs. Alfred Govroof !
Overbrook Road Journeyed '"
to Clearwater last Thursday to
visit friends of their former
home town of St. Louis, Mo.
They visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob '
Snyder, who own and operatea 'If' c
grocery in Clearwater, and \
Mr. and Mrs E. Brockichmlt
who have retired to Florida
Mr. Snyder owned and operated HOT BUYS ON BIG FORDS! Our record sales make possible record savings on all :

a of grocery IGA in under St. Louis the County Franchise - our '64s! Get today's price on our Super Torque Ford Galaxle, winner of more '64 '.,

before coming to Florida NASCAR races than all other cars combined.
and Mr. Brockschmit was a bad.s

former erans Hospital employee in St.of Louis.the Vet AS LOW $69 a buys this Galaxie Hardtop, smoothest, steadiest, quietest In its class. Ford has stria" w e w s

-0- AS PER MONTH won more '64 NASCAR races than all other cars combined. *"t. F:.-.:r
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Mac- ..act swag pea
hacek on Venlsota Road enter- .
tained guests with dinner and
cocktails last Thursday. The :
u guests were Mr. Machacek's .MII n Hv.S1. '.' ..Mw, epM .
brother and wife Mr. and Mrs.
M
John Machacek from Coral W a ..cV
rrlllN '
Cove and Mrs. John Mac p 4 N e ,
hacek's sister, Mrs. Lillian
Stone who Is visiting from
San Diego, Calif.
Everythingseems ....0- a
Mr and Mrs. Millard Hogen-
camp enjoyed a delightful
to go evening Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Martin in Grove
smoother YBIiffE Y 1.a.a .

City.Mr .0-
and Mrs Joseph Robbins
when of 1957 Falrvlew Driveare
entertaining as guests their
have son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
you and Mrs, James Yochim and a

three children! Tlmmv, Richard HOT BUYS ON FALCONS! Save on America's total HOT BUYS ON FAIRLANES! Enjoy sports-car feel and family. i
Susan from Albunuer-
FINANCIALSECURITY que and New Mexico. They will be performance compact and get the plushest ride in the size roomIness-both at low, low prices. Choice of 2 Sixes .,

here about 10 days, This is compact field, with new wider rear tread, Improved and 3 V-8's, Including the same basic V-8 that powers the
their first visit to Florida and suspension and extra insulation. famous Cobra. ,
they love.It here and are enjoying r
going to the beach r1

every day. a buys this Falcon Hardtop, America's buys this Fairlane Hardtop, the

It's not what! you earn but what! you save that!' Mrs, Otto -0-Muller of 1345 De AS $, 59 all-new, plushest-riding compact LOW AS :$ 65 PER family-size hardtop with sportscarLOW t tMONTH
Prle Road entertained with a PER hardtop, with new wider rear tread feel. Choice_of 3 V-8 engines optional

determines your future. Start 'now . save table of bridge Monday after. AS MONTH and improved suspension. AS at extra cost. ; '
noon. Those that played were
placed Mrs. James Rea, Mrs. Anne f
pert of all Remember savings
you earn. Fry, Mrs. Claire Porter and I

here by 3 P.M. July I Oth will 'earn from July the hostess Mrs. Muller. i


lit. Com !In today. NARCE MeetingSet

At E'wood SUMMER SIZZlER SALE w

The July meeting of the Englewood -
-Venice Chapter No. I
r1
yII
; SARASOTA 717 of the National Association
of Retired Civil Employees
(NARCE) will be a noon II +
luncheon July 15 at the Driftwood

lgsM .vtno. and ban Mtootallon 'l75.IAroy Inn.,, Englewood on Highway Bill Phillips Ford Company .. I.

O. Gillette, delegateto h

Venice Office: 446 So. Trail De the Moines National, Iowa Convention, win give In a U.S. 41 South Venice, Florida Phone 488-6787
report on the work of the con
Sartiot Offbeat 1711 )Mali Street vention. Reservations should
SoIIifI Site Shoppln Center B Gulf Gate Shopping Center bi made by calling Mrs Katrerlne
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SIXTEEN T H (GONDOLIER VENICE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, _JULY t, 1t&4I'


Over The YearsVenice Dr. Williamson I State Job Exams Set For AugustStatewide ; I


I'I examination: ; set! laced to counseling and guld.

Has Entertained Some 'Big Wheels' Made Pan Am office for Aug skills. 8 cover In state a variety agencies of ance, or and who four-years have this full-tln coursework

served by the Florida Merit paid counseling experience
W. EARL AUMANN and in addition qualified should submit a transcript and
By appreciated.Appeals
sonages that paid Venice sun of American System,
Telephone and Band to Venice for
The City of Venice, with It.UMurJaued to Military official visit in those formula Telegraph Co. Daniel W. an eight- DiplomateDr. applicants will be admitted application by July 22 for the
; Clifton day Spring Music Festival as
location This city has tive to the Employment Counselor August examination, the diree.
directly appealed especially days were Major Williams and wife of Canal Zone guests of the BLE Realty Corp
en the Gulf of Mexico, with itwlde to retired militarymen of U S. Army, Congressman Panama, and and Mrs, Douglas Williamson I examination, accordingto tor said.This .
landscaped streets, its and so many generals, admirals Herbert J Drane and W E. Joe Tinker, oINrihe famous I Kryl's; Band was considered Venice ophthalmologist, has Florida Merit System Director specialized: employ.
beautiful home., and its all and other high.rankin Hicks, president Florida Department Tinker-to Evers-to Chance great in the period when the been appointed a diplomat In Gerald L. Howell. ment service work rendering
I, most perfect climate has from Army and Navy men have of Reserve Officers combination of the old champion concert military bands of John the ophthalmology section of Residents who meet the po- counseling service to those in
I
its very inception drawn more chosen the Venice area for Assn The trio came not to buy I Chicago Cubs Philip Sousa, Arthur Pryor and the Pan American Medical sition's minimum qualificationsof need of vocational guidance
than its quota of distinguished their retirement homes that lots, but to inspect a proposed Venice Creator were in the heydayof Aon. a college degree which Included carries a salary range of $380
visitors from the north one prominent citizen jokingly site for an .Irb.... Their report many musical was also and visited cultural by their popularity. Upon receiving the newt, Dr. 15 semester hours re to $420 per month.
Even In those formative daysof remarked, "Nothing less than must have been favorable personalities. These Included The afternoon and evening Williamson made plan to par
1925-27, when the BLE Real a colonel counts." since the U. S. Army did establish Walter Damroach famous performances were given In'' ticipate in the Seventh Pan --==
ty Corporation was busy transforming -I But don't get the wrong impression a Bomber Base on what conductor orchestra the Palm-thatched Civic Center American Congress of Ophthal. -
a tropical wilderness Venice is in no is now the Venice Municipal Wallace Hopper ;former Mrs Edna star on West Venice Avenue and urology at Montreal, Canada, VENICE MOVIE LOG *
,
Into the beautiful city we know sense a military rendezvous, : Airport at the start of World of the Florodora Sextette were free to the public.In Oct. 6-11
today, noted men and women for your next door neighbor War IIJames. ; and from GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
William Lewis of The appointment came
Chicago, addition to Kryl's two
aU over the middle west and may have been a business tycoon -
J Davis Secretary of noted 1 lyric tenor and song daughters violin and piano Dr. Arnaldo Yodice, presidentof DRIVE.IN THEATRE
section of an industrial giant I
eastern the United a Labor in the Coolidge Cabinet I writer. While Inere he soloists, three famous opera the Pan American Medical
States seemed to sense the fact noted writer a musician a and head of the Loyal Order of wrote a waits song, "In Ven- stars appeared as soloists during Asm. Dr Williamson also is TODAY I TOMORROW TONIGHT ONLY
that Venire was not to be just scientist, a financier, an auto-
Moose also visited Venice in ice" that had a nationwide the festival They were medical director of the Venice -
another Florida "land boom" motive engineer an outstanding search of a site for a Moose sale Trances Invram.. contralto of Branch Eye Bank. "A DISTANT TRUMPEr' "SQUARE OF ViOlENCE"
not Just "another subdivision"but lawyer or noted surgeon, Home
:
On Sunday afternoon' Feb the Metropolitan Opera Company with aM
a complete community of an opera singer or government
lasting worth. official for all\ these vocationsand MflHenalre Inventor 11, 1927. Henry White, nationally I of New York; Rlccardo Colorado Carnation are saidto Troy Donohue eM "SA mE BEYOND
Top Planners : many others are repre- Other celebrities to visit known Shakespearean actor Martin, tenor, with the Metropolitan be the only trade-marked SuunM Pleshette THE SUN"
The caliber of men retained sented in the citizenry of the Venice in those early years presented a number of Opera Company, Boson flower in the United States -.
by the BLE to design! this Venice area. were Harry H. Marvin, million readings from the "Merchantof Opera) Chicago Civic Op --- -
dream city was proof of this: I But to get' beck to the visitors aire inventor of automatic devices Venice," in the lobby of the era and Convent Garden, in SATURDAY FRI. i SAT.
John Nolen and Associates, of the early daysal- and a pioneer in the motion Venice Hotel during his weeklong London; and Marcus Keller- Swirl
America's foremost cite planners though a few curious visitors picture industry, and the visit to venire man, dramatic baritone. llnS70Waler "GLADIATORS 7" Giant Horro'e-thon"atILDR
: Walker and Gillette, drifted in to see what was hap Rev Robert O. Tatum one of That same year, the Lets Venice certainly hit the "Big 1 "NIGHT OF THE
eminent New York architects: pening in that "new City of the two living men who ever String Quartet, rated as one of TIme" cultural circuit that OF THE BlOOD BEAST"
and Prenti. French a celebrated Venice" it was not until Feb reached the top of Mount Me- the three great quartets of the year I DAMNED"
landscape architect and 27, 1928 that the BLE Realty Kinley, in Alaska. world also gave a concert In AT and
time has vindicated the visionOf Corporation put out the welcome Others Included Tony Sarg, the lobby of the Venice Hotel. Key West derives it* name OF DRACULA"
its founders.. mat and announced the creator of the famous Tony from the Spanish "cayo" (key) Warm Mineral SUN. ThnI. WED."BLOOD
Today the City of Venice still formal opening and sale of Sarg Marlnettes; Joe KIrk. Cultural Treat and "hueso" (bones) not from and
attracts more than its quota of lots. wood, world's most famous But the greatest cultural III geographic! location. Key Springs "ENSIGN PULVER"
distinguished men and women. Thousands at Opening trick golfer: Dr. and Mrs treat of all came on Feb 211, West was once a battleground with "TERROR OF THE
The only difference being, that Special trains were run from Thomas A. Watson of Boston: 827, when Bohumir KryU: for pre-historic Indians whose 12 Mfle South of Venice Robert Walker BLooDHUNTERS"
while the early visitors came an parts of Florida and key Mrs. John J Carty, wife of noted band conductor brought bones were found scattered I On US 41
to SEE and perhaps plan for cities of the north and over General Carty vice president hie 40-piece Brass Symphonic around the island. -
the future, today's visitors 4,QQp men and women poured 1=
come to stay-to make Venice Into Venice to enjoy the mammoth
and the Venice area their permanent barbecue staged on the
homes Venice Beach by the BLE oficials .
Without a fanfare of drums No record of names
or publicity, hundreds of din were kept on that day but as B
tinguished men and women the sightseers continued to
have during. the past 10 to IS come by train, bus or privatecar .
years, quietly settled in the at the average rate of o
area to enjoy the benefits of a more than 100 a day prominent -
.
home-like began to stand out .. '
quiet atmosphere names : '--1
where men and women are here and there and were accorded 'L< "'H :
taken at their face value anI special courtesies. A -r
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; Extra: -Special' DeliveryOne -- ,. ."'II! ; ,. .
of the most famous of . 0 ,. :; .. "t" .
YOUR these personages was Capt. H ,.} "

I George rans-Atlantic Halderman flyer, who the noted caus- : . : ;)$. ::

Q CAR ed a mild sensation earlier in D ., \f "

the winter of 1926, by landing '" .. 1t, ., ,... \.
-.,.- I his plane on North Nassau I: to. I '.; .
itreet, directly in front of the ,. h,
Bill Phillips ., .
Venice Hotel bringing a crate t. '" .
I Why ase premium gas? of t the season's first Mrawber- cf
I I Premises la used to combat riea to Charles P. Kane, the ,
knocking or pin,in,. Pinging manager.
eccurs when the fuel.air mix After delivering his straw. 't : VENICE-NOKOMIS BANKROBERT
ture burns too fast. High octane berries to Kane, Capt. Halder
gasoline, or premium man skillfully took off on West DIMCTOBSROBERT
bums slower gives you more Tampa Street. It was the firs
power from the fuel. Use the time a plane bad ever landedin ; Venice Florida r .
gas that matches your engine's Venice. J.Chemsn j"fl .. L ".1<10."; 'i
needs Another famous flyer who S. BAYNARD .''." \ '.j! . """ .." : '''!f, 11 '''"+
) Helping your teenager to later visited Venice was Miss of the Board '; ..-..( .
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lean to drive? It will be most Ruth Elder, of Lakeland who \
effective If you let the student attempted a TransAtlanticflight :
demonstrate what you have with Capt. Haldermanas M. A. BRASWELL tJ... 0C'iI
shown him. Behind the wheel her navigator. Unfortunately
practice is essential the "Waco" plane crashed Attorney '
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Simmer driving tip. Never in the middle of the Atlantic -.'. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
tat never pick up hitchhikers Ocean but both Mis. Elder BERL T. CAMP : '.Y
unless you are used to living and Capt. Halderman were rescued -
dangerously Usually it is O.K. by a boat in the vicinity. Banker .v
-but just once it may not be Dolls For Eskimos
O K. and you might be robbed - Capt. Donald B. McMillan June 30, 1964
noted Arctic explorer was one J. L EWELL ., \
Baying; a coed! ear I..'. like of the early visitors to Venice. 't'' : .
Ewell : : '
norsetradmt; at BILL PHIL-- After lecturing on his proposed EngineeringF. ? .
LIPS FORD here in Venice trip in December to the Arctic
We select) our can carefully, Circle In search of the North H. HANSON ,. RESOURCES ;; ,
recondition them and repair Pole the Venice Nokomis 1
them if needed. They're in top Woman' Club dressed 25 dolls Retired Industrialist I
condition ready for your travel for Capt. McMillan to take to .> U. S. Government Securities . .. $ 4,430,287.97

needs When you're looking 25 Eskimo girls and obtained I. KONSTANTINU State County &: Municipal Bonds 1,244,851.75
for a really rood used car.stoe 50) Boy Scout knives for the
in it BILL PHILLIPS I Eskimo boys as Christmas Orthopedic Surgeon CASH and Due from Banks . . . . 1,384,987.39 $ 7,060,127.11Loans "I't.
FORD Come in
anytime Igiftl.I :
Test driving' a ear before Henry Ford and' Thomas A. \t. and Discounts . . . . .. 5230697.63

vying? Springs and shock absorbers -I i Edison were also early visitors JAY H. LUMLEY Overdraft . . . . . . . . . . 197.10
I should soak up bumps to Venice from their winter
and potholes. Test them on a I homes in Fort Myers In fact Insurance Agent r Banking Property and Furniture .

l' bumpy back road. They should Edison, after seeing<< what had &: Futures . . . . . . . . 305,6 1 4.6J
1 snub down body pitch and aide been accomplished In one 0 L MAHON .
,F' sway too Test them. ,ear's time said: "Venice is a "j '6' ''' Other Real Estate . . ;'. . . .? ,: ,: 20324.00

Know wour ear? Practice a 'credit to modem machinery. Retired Induttrialiit ;ti. ev,' Prepaid Items and Other Assets. ... t I.:. .;: .19,453JO .
panic stop on a deserted road. 'and the modern capacity for
I Keep car from skidding. Pull [doing things in a big way, and :. Total Resources . . . .. . ;.;. '. *!,< '. $12,636,413.71 :
to one side? If so, have brakes with increditable speed A. LAMAR MATTHEWS :. y
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ii,' : .. ,.. "'. ,I Capital (common stock) . .. :. . $. 405,000X0Surplus

Get the best car rental deal fromECDNOCAR L L PRINCE "" '. :, 'J' . . . . . . .,".' . . . 405,000.00Undivided ,

Banker . Profits & Special Reserves 168520.68 978,520.68
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k ',' Unearned Discount . . . .a 123,593.43 .
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? Ar.k j '. '\ Total I Liabilities .: .. .. ., J12,636,413.77t

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RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096 assn. President Assistant Vice-President
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'CALl US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER MARY M. EDDY DAVID P. GOODMAN LYNN A. YOUNGER

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