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 16, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00216
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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SefvTnq flu Faded Growing Are en Florida's. Wait Coast Osprey Laurel l. Nokomis Venice South Venice, Venlc Crdllll F Vwtlet East Englewood. North Port Charlotte


auseway To Keyue Committee Of 1 100 j I

In August AWOpw To Promote AreaThe t': '

Ijhnasot* Key dwellers will Morgan said the causeway is q i Y
I vt access to the mainland designed to handle normal w :

\the north end of the key via tidal flow, but not flooding South Sarasota County Robert D (Bob) Mahon. George F. Gibb Jr, WilliamR. lip, Sam H. Herron Jr, Pete t-"
iuseway in late August, ac- Two 80-tnch drainage pipes will Littrell. Warren. '
Committee of 100 held an organizational Present members of the .
krfinf to County Commisjomr be installed. Flooding he said, meeting Monday Committee of 100 include the Joseph A. Ryan, H. N. Wim- William E. Birmingham! A.
Mane( C. Huston and I will merely washout the causeway night at which by-laws were following: mers, William Linda, George E.: Blackburn, Archie B.
[only Engineer Charles O requiring replacement. adopted outlining Its broad George M. Edmondson Warren H. Wheeler Jr, Frank C. Rae- Brown, Dr. Douglas Murphy

scan. The county commission also program for the developmentof S. Henderson, Rice W. Mil- burn, John J .Blair, Mahon, Robert J. Hamilton, Ann .a
Residents particularly those has agreed to impose a three- the entire area. ler, J. Howard Vaughn, George Frederick H. Hanson EdwardD M Coleman, Earl N .P. Raw-
the north end of the key, ton load limit on the Mana- The objectives of the com- E. Youngberg Sr, Miles J. H. Ball Eugene Vercheskl, lee, Admiral C. A. Keller, Wal-
,VI been worried about sota Key road to keep heavy mittee, as embodied In the by- Lumley Dick Rich, James M Robert S. Baynard, Willis E. ter R. Weekes, B B. Dunn,, :.
in ease of hurricane and equipment from breaking it up I RICHARD M. FLETCHER DAVID WILKINSON --I log. present and future road I
while during construction of the
rioui illness a new new
needs, Industrial development,
bridge over the Inland water-
ridge If under construction expansion of tourist business,

Lick of access via causeway way.Huston said official of Bay GenTel Makes beaches and recreation gulf, yea, A r, 'ew '
temporary bridge would bay and fresh water fishing, I
Dredging Co. of Tampa bridge' ;
much and other activities
driving boating
4VI required I
contractor have
said the
further in some beneficial to the general wel-
jj miles '
e causeway will be of great use ;
SKI to reach the nearest hos- to them. He said, however Staff ChangesAppointment fare of South county

Hal and metropolitan that the talk had not gotten It will have a member
popping areas down to dollar and cents board of directors five serving -
Morgan said bids on coniriiction The county Is hopeful that of David E WU In Tampa He attended St. one-year terms five for
of a 14-foot-wide sin- the contracting firm will sharein klnson as commercial manager Petersburg Junior College and I two-year terms and five for I
le-lut causeway for one-way the expense of the project. in Venice, succeeding Richard graduated from the University[ three-year terms, to be elect-
attic!! already are being ad- Commissioners also have em. M. (Dick) Fletcher was announced of Florida with a degree in economics ed from the membership at
trtued and will be received phasized that the causeway is today by General Telephone He will move his wife large.
.ulj tl by the county commis- being built to aid residents of CoFletcher. and two children to Venice Annual meetings and election
fon. Bid specifications call for the key not the dredging firm is being promotedand shortly of officers will be held in \
work schedule not to exceed It will be limited to vehicular transferred to the General Fletcher joined General Tele April of each year.

JO hours traffic, Including fire trucks Telephone office in Tampa. The phone in 1959 and has been With 50 members already }1y ,. .ea
lire county engineer estimat- and ambulances. change is effective today. I Venice commercial manager signed up, representing a I y
cross-section of the area's business -
since 1960 Active in civic affairs
i that the temporary cause- Morgan said permits from Wilkinson joined the companyin
la; could be constructed five governmental agencies 1959 and has been In the he has currently been and professional community 4 fr' rA
rIIII8 lemon Bay north of the must be obtained before workon commercial engineering department serving as a director of the a four-man membership b,
amt bridle In 14 toll days. the causeway can start as a survey engineer Venice Area Chamber of Commerce committee was appointedto
and the Venice Kiwanis bring the committee's mem-
Club He also is commanding bership to its full quota.
RAILER ACRES GROWING officer of Co. C, 1st battalion, Initial members of the mem-
124th Infantry, headquarteredat bership committe include Bill
Sarasota, with the rank of Phillips, Earl L. Kilton,
captain. Charles R. (Bob) Miles and
|Rec Center Work To Start '

... X: ._ :* -* --* *-1 $24 .Million Tax M e


Roll Is/ ApprovedA

a wrt

1h a $24,587,720 Venice tax roll getting the machinery for the

for 1964 was accepted and protest meeting in motion. L1TA
equalized Tuesday night by the Council, In other action, vot
City Council and July 28 at 8 ed $100 to the Venice Jayceesfor r 4
p.m. was set for protest hearings the new Miss Venice's en-
on assessments.The try fee in next year's Miss
$24-milllon representsthe Florida Pageant and approved 1
assessed valuation of an additional appropriation of
f total
(< real estate and personal property $200 to be used in helping underwrite i;

In Venice. Of that amount [ the expenses of Miss FROM ATOMIC CITY The Don McKay They are, left to right, papa Don McKay, ,' I
only $19818,740 is subject to Frances Webinga of Oak Ridge, Tenn, is pslnlt. first daughter, Mrs Ben Adams and Ben Adams
levy for the general fund after The request for financial assistance family vacation visit to Venice and spending a lot Jr., Mrs. Don McKay and Beth Adams, Jennifer -
homestead and other exemptions was made by Bob sunshine on the beach.. Frame and Nancy McKay
of time soaking up
and $20,337,870 for the Knuckles, Jaycee chairman for .

i two 1a, debt levy. the July 4 beauty pageant. t
+ Based on 13V4, mills for the Councilwoman Blanche Cell! THIRD IN A SERIESlanguage
general fund and one mill for was named by the council to
which the represent the city on the Jaycee I
the sinking fund

council readopt has this indicated year, taxable it will administer Knuckles advisory[ the told board fund.council which will the Lab Expands ( ,

will net the city $243.
property Venice Area Chamber of Commerce demand for the this way, it Is easy to hear
fund and not have a
for the general Principal
191 JOHN E. DAVIS, )
has contributed $100 and By of Spanish which your own mistakes in diction
for the sinking fund. fourth year
$20.337 Council recently adoptedthe the Jaycees another $100 toward Venice High School we feel is very vital to a high and really go to work to con
the fund rect It. One of our greatest
be who desires to
will student
which esti- lab school
1964-85 budget The language
The new west access road to (Continued on Page !)
mated receipts of $247.531 from moved from C-5 to D-5 and will c tinue a foreign languagecourse
ad valorem taxes City Clerk the Caspersen property pres- be installed in a large class- In college There has
construction from
ently under
who submittedthe room with ample room for increasing been no demand for Chinese ,
Harry Hager Harbor Drive e uth throughthe Italian UF Calls Meet .
Greek or
tax roll to the council said Venice Airport was officially the number of listen- Russian, be
the $2,000 difference will be accounted designated by the councilas ing stations in the future These languages language .
of the -
for In discount[ a continuation of Harbor The method of teaching Is taught with the use They
1965 Drive
lab and tapes On
Because the city charter Drive. not new and has been in opera- unless
i* calls for the tax roll to be accepted Council also voted $250 for tion in Sarasotr County for the could several hardly people be wanted Justified one or
A and equalized at sepa- the purchase of 100 reproducible -I past eight years There will be An organizational meeting of
round of activities this Boris Rays and A. E. the Trailer Acres' future recre- the other
,owners of French and
rate meetings, the council adjourned mylar tracings of the city three years the newly chartered United
wend only
will 1 I. of dances movies The language lab can
mark Gen Grayson ation ,
ground- Blackburn. program offered
of Spanish
"" I briefly and reconvened water and seyer lines from three years student' of attention Fund of South Sarasota Coun-
Wng for the waterfront 'manager of Trailer Acres and social activities. this school As yet. we doVENICE'S hold a span ofiicers) and
creation center of the new I The sprawling development In addition there will! be hobby to speed up the routine of (Continued on page ) year for about 25 to 35 mkiutes ty apooint, Inc., committees to elect for the

,raUer Acres retirement mo- Is located on Myakka River, and card rooms and a patio sr the class period Is split, and 1964-65 fund drive has been set y ,
I h Horn, shuffleboard while 30 students are using
community 11 miles south of Venice on sundeck The for next Thursday. July 23.
The first spade of I than half courts and parking[ area are lab 30 other are discussing[
dirt to be- U. S. 41 and Is less a J Howard Vaughn Venice-
'1ft the recreation center will mile from the theraputlc waters also being built in this phase reading or writing in situation.a conventional Nokomis Bank president and id

.ij tamed bjr Sarasota County of Warm Mineral Springs A swimming pool will be built 1.j classroom been difficultto temporary chairman of the

-"mmlssloner 1. I.. Parker at Trailer Acre is designed by later this year, along with oth- So far other it has clssses to use the new South County United Fund ,I,
for Friday to be the na. er outdoor facilities. get +
its Is
developer said the meeting "
the speechclass program
Soft drinks and cookies will tion' largest active retirement The Trailer Acre recreation I Ul. For could example make, recording scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the 1 r'
L served following the ground- mobile home community with center Is unique In that It I.i and then play back a the tape to Venice branch of the First ,
meshing! and during the entire 2.800 sites projected. Units one accessible by: boat or land from themselves talking In Federal Savings Sc Loan Assn "
""Whnd. it was announced by and two already have been the waterfront lots In the community I Vaughn said 30 area business t"
taken and utilities and streets It and all other water- and professional leader have .
Realtor District are being Installed In unit three front lots can reach the nearby z No-Tob Official already been contacted and
i ir
adjoining the recreation center fishing: waters of the Myakka. have screed to serve) on the
Officer To Speak bay and gulf Rays said. ? r! Faces Check Rap board of directors for the new
Central! sewer and central The develonment has permanent United Fund He said the new

!torn. Nina J. Hines vice water plants and the landscaped continuing manage ;. :a, Jv Gerald Schaflander, presi- board appointments will be
resident da of district 8, FlorAfMclatlon entrance are already completed ment and recreation programs dent o* the now-defunct! No-Tob confirmed at the organizational t'
n of Realtor. with nearly 100 families Mohllehome sites are In BO by Products Inc. of Punta Gor- meeting. and will elect officers h
guest speaker at In residence. 81 foot trscts The board will then
the already da, has been arrested In New new ap- r
'sty meeting! of the Venice The 9.800 square foot recreation Supervising construction of rN York City on worthless check oolnt committees for the 196485 -
"'I Board of Realtors next building Is to be built by (Continued on Page 2)) warrants Issued her by Venice fund drive. The committeeswill [

"iav nighthilJerschel. Logan and Currln Sarasota Justice of the Peace E. S. Include one for Budget and
Morris, vice. general contractor. WEATHER k (Bill) Raymond Admissions which will select
to,1? of district 5. siwcl. It is a two.story reinforced High Low Rain' ,. Constable Jack Knuckles said the agencies to be aided br the i
h. division, will also be on concrete and ",Ias5' structure JULY 8 91 71 00 extradition proceeding will be United Fund and pass on their 1
n program and be urged that designed by Moaby Engineering JULY t 91 72 .00 started to have Schaflander returned budget vroposals
area be members and assocla for beauty and perma- JULY 10 9J n .00 to Sarasota County to Vaughn was cochairman
t hnosj present as a matter of nence JULY 11 83".00 face the charges with Senator Warren S. Hen
ImPOrtance will be dls- The upper deck if accessibleby JULY 13 93 78 .00 Knuckles said the check dereon of last ,ear's United r j,
1f1I. a gentle Incline ramp and JULY 13 94 73 .00 were Issued by the head of the Fund campaign in the South i '

The the! community at 8 p.aaaast5federal overlooks the community'sb JULY 14 98 72 .00 (Continued ** pace S) County. i

room of << balln. for Rain for Month .a. 43 annual Certificate of Hon. Trooper Dick Tows- of the Florida Highway VENICE: fcost* district: tour
Savings and There I Is space planned SIXTH accidents Patrol at Tuesday night's council meetIng KWTK CHEK in Rialto Shop nament for Little League Sen.
visit beautiful[ I or for freedom from fatal traffic for Division tomorrow and Sat
SnoopingrenVerhasBft THIS WEEK to The city has kept it* no-accident record nlng Center has watermelons
presented Mayor )
stn .ftR SAt1l thrift Pram Tr- '1er Acres It relies southof during the D. Brohaxi past year en was behalf of UN city by unblemished> for six straight years. for 79 cents each 1II'4q. lee story. page I.
e VenIct Shopping Cent.Basil.'s him Cawed BM for I*.Ml Venice on U. S, 41, ,




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Obituaries July 10: Edward MacDoweU, mls; James Rhoden, Englewood July 10; Katherine Anderson, Eva Ingle Venice; Nellie John Venice) John CanneR, VenW
Venice Wanda Wise, Venice Girl Nokomls. Venice Mamie Campbell Bar- son; Winifred Lewis; Margaret Ben Dura, Venice; Ionia jZ
; ; ; Baby
V v MARGUERITE WHITFtELD Six Are InjuredIn Fern Rettic Englewood asota; ; Margaret Mottlach, Whitfield (expired). Osprey; I eon. Venice; Charles S.J:I
Venice Arthur
at.l'Mineral '
'; Mr. Marguerite F. WhIt- Venice. I Thomas Robinson Sarasota ; Wilson "
July !11 Tony Robinson San Discharges Pauline
field. 70, of West Bay Street, : July 14: Burgess, Spring
\ Osprey, died Sunday at Venice asota; Velma Taylor North July <: Bobbie Gasser, Venice July !11: Ernest V. Bennett
Hospital. Auto Mishaps Port Charlotte; Samuel Hef ; Robert Banter Bradenton Venice; McGrath, VenIce _ -- ----- -
She tame to the area In 11154 nero Englewood; Bertie L. ; Emily Simmons, North ; Eva Ale Venice; r --,
from Canton, Conn. Her birthplace Six Farmer Nokomls; Joyce Swift Port Charlotte: Meta Welch Louis LaBarre. Port Charlotte; CJad S-- c
persons were Injured critic
Hagen Duncan, 41, of Nokomls a.
was Plattsburg, N. Y. In trio Albany N. Y.: Murray MeOrath Venice; Baby Girl Welch. Ven Sudle Salter, Nokomis; Ftettor (1 f
one critically, a of Venice proceeded through the Venice; George Wiest ice. Sandefur, Venice; Wand Wise,
Survivors Include her husband
area accidents Saturday, intersection after having V"
Herbert (Bert) Whit- Sunday. and' Monday. Damage at the stop sign. She stopped told Englewood; Ben Dunn, Venice; July I Ernest Goderre, Englewood Venice. 26' Nokamla A_ "
field; a ton, Kenn.th1 tfieldI to the seven cars and a motorcycle Slater she did not see the boyson Thomas Grimm, Nokomis. : Lawrence Gardner, July 12: Bertie Farmer Nokomis
I of Harwich Port Mass.; and totaled several thousand the motorcycle until the July 12: Malzie Underwood, Nokomis; Elizabeth ; Fern Rettlg, Engle- .- .
two nephew., Ralph Trumbull dollars moment of impact Venice; Ralph Chase, Venice; Venice; Dorothy Gomber'j wood; Henry Steffens Englewood ) .
of Canton and Robert Trumbull Most Giikinson driver of the Cora Louise O'Brien, Venice; mis; Carol SufferUng. ; Joyce Swift, Albany, N.
.. of Denver, Colo six accident seriously victims Injured of the motorcycle told the Venice officer Betty Jean Lewis Laurel; George Wiest, Englewood. Y.l; Irene Webber Nokomis; I
Services were held vester was Murray Sarah Downing, Englewood Ambulance Service Phone
Hour 48&2291A
(Murph) McGrath, ownerof he was moving south on ; 24 (
i day afternoon at Rawlei John Connell, Venice Grace
Mvakka Lanes The 46-year- Park Boulevard at about 20 ; LITTLE BOTS SPEECH
I The Funeral Home Chapel with old Venice bowling lanea proprietor miles an hour and had teen the Nielson Venice. Coll On "I'm I very little chap,
Revs. Charles Jones
r W was pinned 12the car approaching, but continued July 13: Mary Jungerheld, With very little' wit;
of and First Edward Church Owen of God,of Osprey First, wreckage of his car early Saturday through the Intersection ts he Venice; Virginia Swalm, Venice AMERICAN ROOFING CO.. INC. Some of the boy think
evening after It sideswiped had the right of way Mrs. ; Allen West Venice; Melvin That I ain, bit)
Baptist Church Osprey offlci another Duncan was charged with failure Meyer Venice Alice Nor For e free estimate M a WALL CRETE lofc en your residence got a ;
auto ;
-- .atin,. and overturned to commercial) Wldl"", Only *r.. dealer francMsed Just let em wait while,
on Highway 41, south of yield the right of way man Venice; Camilla La Gout. or
Burial was In Sarasota Me. Venice.' te, Venice; Bolv Cole, Placlda. to handle MAGNUM I mildew and watentaln resistantapplication. And give m* a chance to try;
morlal Park. I rolled Aim high boys, aim high,
McGrath (I. Can be painted, bruthed of on. up up
atilt under Infiin. BAD CHECKS
MARION B. WILKINS live care at Sarasota- Hosoital i July 14: Mary Houston, Ven SSS W. DEARBORN ST ENGLEWOOD Toward a mention In the a&,.
(Continued from ,
Pare 1)
with a double skull fracture, ice; Florence Meyerhoff, Venice Oat Services An Avoi/ob/e/ To All Rtgordhu/
Marion B. Wilkins, 64, of 849 firm making cigarettes out of Elizabeth McMillan No- Telephone
two fractured ribs, possible In. ; 01 HixmeM/ CrctmrtoflcoiIn /
Third St., Englewood, died emal injuries and multiole lettuce leaves to the Fette Air komls; Joyce Swift. Albany Home 474-1794 II .. nd-a sad .twtda.
Business 474-3375 -
Monday -
at his home.Mr. craft Service of Venice after .
N. V.t Boone, Venice
accretions and bruises Mrs. ; Josephine ,In, Funeral Business Since I9R
Wilkins came here from McGrath: said bla account had already been : Margaret Adorjan. Noko- '
Tuesday her --
Cleveland In 1959. His birthplace closed.
husband would remain In -
was Braceville, Ohio. The issued -
warrants were In --------- ---------- ------- -
He was a retired barber and intensive care unit for at least ,
four February for two :hecks
I veteran of WWII. more days totaling W.7M.8J given to Fet _
--t' FORD
Survivors Include his laughter The Venice businessman wasa te about a week snarl The DEALER
Mrs. Adeteen Wllkln of passenger In the car driven first check for 12,000 was writ'
i. Willow lek. Ohio, and three b r J. L. Dunn, 39. of Nokomls.unn's ten Dec. 9, 1963. and the second 'I Bill Phillips d
grandchildren > father, Ben B. Dunn, for ",158 M just seven rix I I orA.f
Craveilde services will be also a passenger In the Me. lave later on Dec. 18.
hId Saturday at Newton Falls, Jrath car, was admitted to Bonds en the two charges
Ohio. Riwles Funeral Home Venice Hospital for treatmentof total fT.lIOO.Jtnuckl. .

Englewood, was In charge of back MId arm injuries .. said the warrants ,
local arrangements Young Dunn who escaped In. had been sent to the New York "
UFv In the f-rafth was char.eel ..
State Police who r."pt..d
: COMMITTEE OF 100 b>v Trooper DI k-'T ;;sley of the; I Tuesday.they had Schaflander
FlorIda Highway Patrol with In custody. The wanted mantas
(Continued frem page 1) failure to have the
under refused to waive extradition -
tarry Rhodes. Lewis E. Black. control and having no driv- back to Florida.
burn era license In his possession. No-Tob Products bas been
Harvey G. Rohlwing, David He i fa associated with his father closed down for the past sayoral
LrebMhuti L. V Fallen Robert In the operation of Fisher months and attempts to
Buckley. C. C. Chips) man's Wharf Restaurant re-establish operations have
Johnson CoL J, J. Nealon and Towels said the accident oc- met with failure
Robert Elsa marred when Dunn, traveling
south at the wheel of the Me. LEMMON GROWS PEACHES
REC CENTER Grath car. went to pass anoth.
(Contlnned from Page 1) .r southbound auto, sldeswlped I -Th. xeneral manager of the

who the, and recreation announced Currin Is center the Jack following Bryant for Logan , ped rot> The,1,skidded over.hit ether a guard 180 car feet was rail out driven and of I men South Carolina Is -Peach F. M.Grow.reAeaaclatlon Lem- 1964 GALAXIE 500 1963 GALAXIE 2DOORFULL

I major sub-contractors on the Mrs. C. J. Weeks, 81, of Venice
Job: Hill Hill, Venice, plumb who was treated for minor In. HARDTOP 500 V-8 FACTORY
ing; Anderson Electric Venice jries at the Venice Hospital. 1. CTS POLLCAILSANDEFUR. $2695 EQUIPMENT $1895
electrical; F & M Paint.leg Her husband, rldln with Mrs. P. STEERING R nit H AUTOMATIC .
Sarasota AAA Roofing, Weeks, escaped Injury.A Mr. and Mr*. TOCK No. USA
Brannen Pre-Stress, concrete four-car plteuo Morris M. Jr., Venice, son
Sunday on "
decking; Floor Installations, he Hatchett Creek brides David Euiene Sandefur, born
/ Inc., flooring, and Allied Acous. suited In minor Injuries to one re- July (. J-38: a.m. 1962 GALAXIE 2 DOOR
tics, acoustical celling. person and charges filed SALTER, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond
against a teenage Fort Mvers H., Port Charlotte, 1963 GAUXIE500HARDTOP
SCHOOLSContinued driver for following too close. daughter Christine Lyn, born AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONLOW

( from 1)) I.r and having Inadequate July I. 3:02 p.m. MILEAGE RADIO
page rakes.Towsley.. JOHNSON Brand Mrs El- FACTORY AIR
weaknesses at Venice High I Venice, daughter Julie CONDITIONEDx.395. $1695
wyn S
who also Invest) RADIO EXTRA CLEAN
School li our public speaking .ated.the Ann Johnson, born July t, 10:27: .
and plans are underway to try Sunday crash said STOCK No. 29SA1963IMPALA STOCK No. 34DA
and correct this. a car driven by James Oscar am.DOWNING, Mr. and Mr. .
We do not offer Latin at VenIce Williams, IT, of Fort Mvers, Claude Robert, Englewood, j i 1
High SctIoolc.u... we do crashed from behind Into acompact daughter Tvra Jan Downing,
:: not feel there is any longer a : station wagon drivenby born July. 12. 6:07: p.m.RETTIO .
need for It. I do not know of Miry Adkins Roberts, 22, of Mr. and Mri. Edward COUPE
amy college where it la required was Cape pushed Coral The Into Roberts car Englewood daughter, J JET SET SPECIALS I
for admittance nor do I rear of (not yet named), born July 11,
: know of any profession outside another compact driven by 4:81 a.m. V-8 AUTOMATIC
of the priesthood where It is Mary Ann Seamen, 56, of Oe- ADORJAN, Mr. and Mrs. 2195.
:. needed. If it were possible, I .prey, which was rammed Into Louis A. Jr., Nokomis daughter EXTRA CLEAN
would much prefer to offer C third comoact driven bY John Toni Marie Adorjan, born 1962 THUNDERBIRD
Lawton Webb Jr., 22, of Engle
Russian or Chinese These two wood. July 14, 8:49: pm.
countries we need to study and
: understand so we can combat Mrs. Roberts was x-rayed LOADED FULL-POWER
their Idea of government and for possible knee injuries at $2195
;; its spread over the undeveloped Venice Hospital and released. MERCURY-MONTEREY STOCK No. I2IA .
: countries of the world. There were no other Injuries.
But I have digressed, and Damare in the four-car crash
and want to get back to the tot led $1,500.) AdmissionsJuly
language lab. Three different Two teenage boys were injured 1: Herman Bergeron, SPOTLESS $1895
tapes can be run at the same In a motorcycleautoTaih North Port Charlotte; Sudle STOCK No. 244ACOMPACT
time so that 10 students might Monday afternoon at the Salter Nokomis; Whiteford

:. pet a lesson in Spanish! 10 in intersection of Barcelona Avenue Berkley, Englewood; Henry FAST BACK
French and 10 In German As and North Park Blvd. The Steffcns, Englewood
:.: I understand It, it would be Injured youths were Jame! Mei July 9: Ann Worline, Englewood 4 SPEEDS 3295
possible to add other stationsfor Cleerv:i Giikinson. 15. of 312'arkdale ; Nellie Johnson Venice;
both receiving and sending Drive and James M. Winifred Lewis, Venice; Katherine -
so that the might be Thompson, IS. of Winter Park, Anderaon, Venice; FrtldaJurlck
I almost U ';; dOn: we I visitor at the Giikinson home Venice I CORNER I

would like for parents to visit Young Giikinson sustained 1962 THUNDERBIRD
I =; our lab for a demonstration. Injuries to his hand, arm hiD ALLEN
and ankle according to Asst
COUNCIL Police Chief Allen Slater who Convalescent and S A NICE ONE

nvestlgated. The Thompson Nursing Home FULLY 3495
(Continued from page 1) youth suffered a broken hip. 1960 FALCON WAGONPERFECT
Russell It Axon consulting engineers Slater said the accident hap 24 Hour Naming Service STOCK No. 2401961MONZA
Phone Venlee 4MI7Mtit (
on both projects. pored when a car being driven roxci os UCON ,,..
Purchase of two new radios east on Barcelona by Cath. FAMILY CAR
for the oollc cruisers on a bid
\ price rf $840 also was author- STOCK (No. 304A 695
I I'M on the recommendation of .
Mayor Smyth D. Brohard.
Councilman Ralph E. Anderson AUTOMATIC

to was negotiate given Informal with 'local aporovat Interests .. 1961 V/W/ SEDAN RADIO $1195. j

to keen the main hang la
STOCK No. 3'16Ar
ar open at the airport during
the time which elapses when A ONE OWNER

the current lease expires and $1095
w: a new tenant Is found. Olson

I"" Aircraft's one-vear lease on jV 225 W. MIAMI AVENU8 Y1NICB
the hangar canine Aug. 1 and r Just Plain Drivers |
the company has Indicated it

will relocate In another area. 1961 COMET2DooR
Two final! subordination' of
liens on right-of-wav for the 2 You Decide The Cost
i proposed Venice By-Pass were
j';,I approved by the council Tuesday 1 1t $695. 1958 PLYMOUTH WAGON
nl'ht In favor of the State Whatever the family wishes to spend *
Road Department.
I'v, Rightof-way deeds for East that'i whet Rw1ei Funeral Service costil! 9 PASSENGER $

y!I Venice Avenue and a portion We ere dedicated to providing the flneit 350.

11 i of airport prooerty at the South f" service at price all can afford,
i Brides canal crossing also 961
it were executed bv the council
in favor of the SRD '959 OLDS HARDTOPFACTORY
Iii,I Mayor Brohard reported to 4 DOOR SEDAN
council that District 3 of the 595.
Florida State Firemen's Assn. .; dos STOCK N.. 24A

j i will meet at Venice on Oct. 14. AIR CONDITIONED $ 225



1.14' :: TO BE GIVEN AWAY 7rf.Jrt1'lll 1awee5 $150.
JULY 31st
01 THI
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1 officers of .the Horn unit of the National .\IID. of kin, executive secretary of the
Builders Men of Venice will Home Builders, will be the installing I Florida NAHB, will be a spec-: :
I be installed at the fourth annual I officer Raymond Err lat guest. VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE. :

dinner-dance Monday, --- -- -- _._.,._ -
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1 H N 4 ? tee" e' We Will Meet Or Beat 4

t MGiffts
1 Qa4' yy All Prices
1 9 ,+ '

'mow 7nnrN4la Restaurant SpecialsFRIDAY Juit bring In the page from your local paper tei which

the edvertiiement appears ana we will meet or beet any
#; x/pMt1/ ? current price on any Identical Item! .

Plus Give You Free l tf Green Stamps
ROAST LEG of LAMB .................... 82c
t ,. t Creamed Chicken Livers on Toast 82c 98e SIZE


: SWISS STEAK ................................ 99c [
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e ChoIce of Soup or Juice 2 Vegetable Salad I
Cranberry Sauce Coffee Tee $1.39 SIZEEXCEDRIN
- or Dessert

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CERTiriCATBS Or APPRECIATION from and Capt. Thom i J. 'Heitail, head of the The affair will be held at the I
the American Institute of Criminology were Court Officers of New York City. Oereld MyaWta: Lounge, with a cockta.ll .
presented this! week to Dallas Patrolman Arenberf of the Police HaU of Fame made ", hour preceding the T'30: PnV .
'" Maurice (Nick) McDonald (Hint! ) who cap. the preeentatlons at a breakfast Monday at banquet. Ticket are $3path 1.29 SIZE
tured President Kennedy' alleged assassin, rJaberm n" whir:. available from any mem.
. bar of the Home Bullderi. PHILLIPS TABLETS 86*

Venice Area at Den president Heath will of the be organlia-Installed

Pays Tribute lien sycoeeding| Harvey Kohl' 190 SIZE
wing Other IMfflS officers to
''I be installed Include Chet May ,MEXSANA POWDER 540
rr vie president; Harry n .
I Keel, treasurer! ,Jack Ham
To Captor Of Lee OswaldThe secretary; Robert Hamilton,
Harry Drehouse and Rohlwlnf, 1.03 SIZEVITALIS
directors _.
Roland tegueux of Sarasota, .
Venice area paid tribute 'Warren Commission makes In his belt. It was at this point, state" treasurer of the Florid..tu.owUrc ... a.- .664
Monday to Patrolman Maurice public its findings.In McDonald said' that the struggle .
(Nick) McDonald Dallas po. an interview with area began and the gun misfired. ".
!liceman who captured Lee Ds- newsmen following the breakfast 69e SIZE
in movie theater shortly McDonald
wald a .
Guests at the breakfast Included
his best
was girl's
' after the isssislnatlon of greater detail\ the leading
President Kennedy last No up to the capture events of Os- Mayor Via villi Wood Bobby Mayhough, IT, sent hera POLIDENT 42*
vember. wald. and Police Chief Alfred J. gigantic box of candy with.
this note attached:
McDonald came (o the Ven-j The Dallas policeman laid he Sendker of North Port Char "To Helen with all my allowance .
Ice area' with htc l wife and family was on his assigned patrol district lottoRear; Admiral C. A. ," 20 INCH
to accept a Certificate of when the report flashed (Nick) Keller executive director '
Appreciation from the Amerl- over the police radio that the of the Venice Area Chamber BOX FAN 14.99 j
can Institute of Criminology suspected assassin was in that of Commerce and VACC FREE-
"for{ outstanding service in the district. directors including Mr. and ENGINE ANALYSIS
profession of law enforcement McDonald said he was with- Mrs Harvey Rohlwlng Mr. Register For
," Vl three or four blocks of the\ and Mrs E. J. Swing, Mr. and ENJOYING THE COMPLETE RANGEOF FOLDING SEATS I
The presentation was made Texas Theater and went there Mrs Ralph Wolfer Mr. and FREE RADIO TABLE
tjr Gerald S. Arenberg, director Immediately. Th theater already Mrs Jack E. Riehl Mr. and TO BE GIVEN AWAY OUR FULL-SCALE .36.99
of the National Police Hall was surrounded by police Mrs. Richard Fletcher and
of Fame and member of the officers to begin a systematic Frank Sovereign, JULY Jilt BANKING SERVICE?
criminology group, at an informal search of the premises. McDonald was accompaniedby MAT. ADV. |.2S VALUE
breakfast Monday. He went on to relate that a his wife and two daughters, WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
morning at Fisherman's Wharf shoe salesman from a store Vicki, 12, and Michelle 10 SHAMPOO 69*
restaurant. near the theater: pointed out Os. With Nastasi( were his wife and Save where you can have a checking account .

Also presented with a similar !- wald as a man who had been nine-year-old daughter. .; Made. 1550 S. Trail Ph. 4884745 ...have that where you can borrow

certificate was Capt. acting auspiciously McDonald lyn . .borrow where have safe deposit
Thomas J, Nastasl, who heads said he then approached Os- awesaa .
up the Court Officer!: of New weld for questioning, whereupon ,1 box. have that where you can
York City an or.nliltion ,the "suspected' assassin YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS draw on broad financial experience: Al 39*
whose member handle the slid "Il'i an ever now"
general law enforcement duties The policeman said Oswald On Auto Insurance under one roof-at our banWVENICENOKOMIS!

of Gotham courts. then struok him. In the face I 1. NEW LOW RATES COCONUT OIL ,Ie VALUE
McDonald had a comment' with his left fist while his right 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS BANK
about the weather on his first hand reached for the revolver J. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE SHAMPOO 39*
trip to Florida's West Coast."It's .
hot. he said, "but not AVENUE*
ss hot as Texas" Apartments Lots _6AOINCV 110\ \ 1N IN-
The Dallas policeman also $'.00 VALUE

described Oswald briefly 11the Ms encounterwith Texas % VENICE, FLORIDA -+lj fro) BATH POWDER 884 1
Theater and how, In the ensuing Change HandsRobert 110 W. Venice Avenue .T
scuffle, hit life wee saved TNtpltonel 41p.g3J0e I
when his) thumb was caught 'Sarotofa' Coun'-/ ", Oldttt Bank"
between the hammer and firing S. Baynard hat acquired NAT. ADV. BRAND
pin of the accused ....uln.. the Venice Beach Apart
J8 calibre revolver, scents from Harvey O. Kohl- HOME PERMANENT 99,
McDonald cud the hammer Wins; in real estate transact- \
of the fun pierced the, fleshy lone totalling around $180,000.
Part of hie hand between the Tax stamps showed the
thumb and forefinger, prerent- apartment sale at $97,000. Rohl- METAL
leg the revolver pressed wing In turn took title to eight
against his chest from firing lots In Donna Bay Shores end SHOE RACK 884
The Texas law enforcement a gulf front lot in Golden
officer said the CBS Television Beach, ''u.t south of the Beach- DODGE TAKES FIRST AND SECOND
comber Motel.Rohlwing .
network has prepared 1 film In
which scenes before and after paid he had no Immediate LAWN CHAIR $2.66
the assassination have been ; plans for developmentof
re-enacted: for release after the the property in Donna Say "
Shores, located north of Nokc- AT DAYTONA 400"OTH
mil Acres on the waterfront,
YOURCAR but that, one or two model ICE CHEST. $1.49
homes may be built in the fan. .
He added that the Golden
Beech property may be developed .

later $7.95 VALUEIRONING
.. BOARD $3.99
,. .
Census Gathers
Wet brakes T Dry them out
II r holding your left foot light
ly I on the brake pedal while you Buying Data SPRING CUSHION
drive at normal vp ed. Onlya
few second at a time need la April of this year 8.9 fern- CAR SEAT S1.44 '
ed. Do it three or four times. flies out of every 100 were iti
The heat generated by tbe planning to buy a new car l ;
brakes will be enough to dry within| a year, and 17.1 families '
them out, assure good braking. had Intention. of buyinga 20 GAL
Remember when you leave major household appliance OodB.330sedsn i Au'C.r GARBAGE CAN $1.99
IIIe curb you do not have the within six month. In both 126 .
right for of way. ,Look carefully\: oases, this was a higher percentage BOBBY ISAAC ' \y "i tr
approaching cars behind than a year ago April
you then signal properly and However, the number of families FULL SIZE
poll]'| out slowly, yielding right Intending to buy new
ot way to care. homes during the next year AIR MATTRESS 99*
If yw get sleepy when drive 1.8 In one hundred, had drop
J bg it could be carbon monoxide ped slightly since April 1983. '' Cod 1310 Sedtn '
Stop and get out, of the
Such data on consumer buy. er MNA.J
ear for fresh air. Leave wind log intentions are gathered FOYT FOLDING BED S9.99
Servicing : .,.. U. S. Bureau
*oeo and repairing 1 of Cemile part of its WITH MATTRESS
to $4000 machine It a monthly Current Population
science these days. Here at Survey. Questions which will
Ice, we PHILLIPS have FORD in Ven. provide 'comperable informaturn CAR ARC COMPETITION EQUIPPED, 1?" DODQfI( WITH HCMKHARGER [N INI' GIANT 20"BEACH
the best equip- for the month *f July are
the and factory trained me- Bash BALL 39*
lc month's
Hete to assure :your eom. vey Included, according in this to Director If you think\ Dodge victories are) limited only to stock car races, look again. In the .

car needs satlsfsrtton.eerviclnf When or a tune.:your Themes Census Bureau W. McWhirter regional of officeat the automobile sales race you'll find that Dodge continues to lead the entire Industry J

up come_ to BILL PHILLIPS Atlanta. These inquiries ere in percentage of sates Increase, for the second straight year. There's a man right FAMOUS "BRITE SET" t

tamer Most la Very Importennt. Cus In monthly addition ones to on the employmentand regular nearby who can show you exactly why Dodge sales are up so high, See him this HAIR SPRAY I 98*

U feet wide M1ostc rsareeon- unemployment. week. He's your Dependable Dodge Dealer-the man who sails 1964's success car.
Included In the
I ly feet families
wu.. yet drlv
ere have trouble keeping with- rent population Survey here IRONING BOARD ,
In traffic: '1M11. and.,in :IN other areas of the
Concentrate on 884
nvtef a straight true course country are scientifically chop.en PAD & COVER a

motor safety! to provide of the a Nation's nepresentativesample papulaUon. MOTORS INC.
Here are five errors drivers WOLFER \ k ,+
IIIlke '
signalling: Failure to ,
,; Bureau Intervl.wenwho PISTOL TYPEHOSE
aloe; Census
tins line too to tue late horn wrong required signal, algnal-, fall. the week will visit of Julv local households II. Include 915 S. TAMIAMi. TRAIL VENICE 488.396' NOZZLE 714
excessive or JM-,*,II"IIH'.f
Improper Mrs
ells use of horn.,Vee .1| ttl" North Tuttle Ave, Sarasou. I i
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I \ Venice East CAP Takes Part 14r : r'i /,, Nokomis NettingsBy


At a meeting of the presidentand and even they did not realize In Plane Hunt Phone 48SU49Mr
board of directors of the HOW far west. The last card
Venice East received and Mrs. J. Harold answer; we feel aura there If ed upon forgetting that she Is
Community Assoo from them was post Aircraft from the Venice getting along like all the
elation it was decided there marked Hawaii and said "thisIs area participated in Thurs Bates have been on their an none better rest
of Let this be
us. a
would be no meetings of the day's search for a missing nual vacation to Lexington, -0- warning to
organization for the next two great"o- plane believed down in Lake Ky. They visited with their Mr. and Mrs. John O'Kon of you, Irene, and lay low for a
months. James Smith, president Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Erich, Dkeechobee. Col. Joseph Kier- daughter and son-in-1aw, Mr. Nokomis have their daughterand while. Do not make an Invalidof
I said that with so many 103 Paddington, Road, are nan, Group 14 commander, informed ::1 core.R and Mrs. J. H. Beaubien, and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr. yourself by trying to do
families out of the area it wasdeemed spending this month in Connecticut the Venice Squadronon children Bobby, II, and Pam, Roy Dahms, with them from everyone else's job. Good luckto
best to cancel the I They will visit their Wednesday evening that the 9. On their return, Mr*. Bates North Lake, Ill. Their girls all you and come home shortlyand
regular monthly meetings Until son-in-law and daughter, Mr. squadron's Ground Search and brought her daughter and grown up now, Judy, 16, and RETIRE!
a later date.Notification and Mrs. Edward Brown, In Rescue Team (GSRT) had iral: 'antic1te children with her here for a I I Nancy, II, are all enjoying the
I of the next meeting Branford, Conn Edward been called in with other L couple of weeks Son-in-law Joe wonders of Florida. Their son,
II will: be sent to all members Brown and his wife, the former squadrons by the U S. Air was most anxious to go to Detroit I Wayne, In the service, is not -FREE-
and plans are to have It a June Erich, operate a Day force to participate in the a4 where he grew up andhadn't with them of course and grandson ENGINE ANALYSIS
social and business event together Camp for boys which was plane crash mission.W. ;" been back for some is not here as he always For
Lester Davis, chairmanof founded by Herb Erich and has R. Mitchem piloted the years so Harold took the tripto spends the summer months in Register
the entertainment committee been in operation for 15 years plane from the Venice Com- Detroit and both had a good Columbus, Ga. FREE RADIOTO
advises that he and his The Erich' will then go to posite Squadron of the CAP visit there. Voncille and the -
committee are planning some I New Haven, Conn, where they with 2nd Lt. H. M. Place III, two children came back herewith BE GIVEN AWAY
kind of a dinner, either a cook. will be the guests of their son squadron deputy commander, her mother and had a Mrs Irene Webber is once JULY 31st
out or barbecue. All prospective and his family, the Burt as observer. During Thursday, beautiful vacation, spending more a hospital patient Irene.,
members will also be in Erichs. the two men flew four hours practically every waking mo who is always doing for everybody WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
vited. covering from Sarasota to Venice ment on the beach and collectIng I has just laid herself up
- and east past North Port georgous tans. They hatedto 1 by taking on too much. She is
-GAs -
The Ralph Goulds will be returning Charlotte. They searched for leave but time marches on one of those workers who does
of today, Mr and Mrs to their Venice East the missing plane and also for and they all had a wonderful : not know how to say NOI! Always 1550 S. Trail Ph. 4884745
Elmer Hedeen are on the "highseas" home this next week. They any bodies in the water or on month. willing, so always Impos-
aboard the Gripsholm, have been out in Dickenson, N. the beach.
Swedish-American Liner on D., to get their son, Ray Several cadets of the Venice -
their return trip from the Gould, who will be returningwith Squadron, CAP were on alert Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ford and PRE
Scandinavian' countries. The them to recuperate here from' 10 Wednesday until two daughters, Celia and Valerie
Hedeen! will arrive in New from a recent illness Ray Is the mission was called off are spending their vacation
York Saturday and be back assistant professor of Englishat with Mrs. Ford's mother
Thursday at 2:30: p.m. On alert
in their Venice East home at State Teachers College in were Senior Tech/Sgt. John M. and father at Palm and Pines
163 Sandhurst Drive on Mon- Dickenson and had planned to Norman, GSRT member; SenIor tb Trailer Park and the Felix Dil-
day. teach in summer school, but he member Thomas Tomlin- A Unghams. The young peopleare
will now spend the from Paducah, Ky. They
summer son: C/2c Walter Packard ,, tai
:Mr. and Mrs Raymond Watson here with plans to return for GSRT member; C/3c Donald always enjoy their stay here 3yr a ;
are reporting regularly to fall classes. On their return Wern, GSRT member; C/B swimming, shelling and, like
their neighbors and friends in trip the Goulds will stop in Gary Kendrick, GSRT memo tiVENICE all visitors, living on the beach.
Venice East Their original Omaha, Neb. where they lived her; C/B Arthur Jones; and Most everyone we know is at v 1
plans were a tour of the west for 38 years C/3c Mark Stires. GSRT Medical BOY ELECTED MAYOR Ray Joelson, Boys State the World's Fair' this year even ysjb
Specialist and Cadet. information delegate from No-Vel Post 159 of the American Legion In Venice though we hear there is a great
Officer. was one of 17 West Florida high school students elected influx of visitors here at this
Standing by on alert at their mayors of mythical cities last week. The annual round of time. Where can they find such '
For $100 BillYou'll places of employment were practice politics was held at Florida State University in Tal beautiful beaches CHECK ", '
a C/B Steve Norwood, GSRT lahassee. Joelson (right, back row) is pictured here with lovely ac- THESE PRICES! "
member, and Senior member other bay area winners (front row) Rupert Smith of Arcadia, comodatlons and all without
enjoy the clearest picture William Bond Jr and Worth Blackwell of St. traveling miles once they
ever Gerald Arenberg A few GSRT!; Petersburg;
(rear) Dan B. Hendrickson of and CAMERAS . . . . . . . . . $ 5.95 up
members are attending Tyn- Joelson. have arrived? Nokomis is the

iJc/JbrJ dall Air Force Base, Panama PROJECTORS . . . . . . . $12.50 up
!) $ < City for a summer encamp UNEXPECTED RESPONSE
ment and did not participate in GADGET BAGS . . . . . . . $ 2.39 up
Members of the Florida Wingof man Earl C. May ran BEADED SCREENS . . . . . Vl PRICE
an ad in the Gainesville Sun
the CAP located the plane in that listed his name and agency 2 bedroom. CB house .2 bath large garage utility room

A o A the search lake parties and then of notified their other findings beside an uncaptloned photoof .kitchen Urge living room dinette large lanai SEE OUR WINDOW
famous Apache Indian Chief Terrazzo loon throughout heat proof cement terrace in
After alerting the Ground Gerommo, glowering with a front of house good water & sewer fully air cond. heat
Search and Rescue Team of gun. 'I fully Insulated Beautiful ground on Blvd. ALSO CAR- Venice Camera
the Venice Squadron and a few In came a postcard from I FETING, DRAPES & MANY OTHER EXTRAS!
male cadets Senior information Jacksonville saying "Seen your I
officer Mrs Marge Placeat ad and want some of that shotgun IN VENICE EAST 323 W. Venice Ave.

her home was base communications Insurance. (signed) Davey I Lester W Davis Ph. 488-4586 "At rAe w'gn of Me Flatting/ Comerof'HERE'S
I and the CAP Crockett."
Ready Room, Venice Airport,
was base of operations.
Ambulances from Farley
Funeral Home and an ambu- a. -
lance owned by the National
Police Hall of Fame were
standing by in case needed In
the Venice, Sarasota or North
I Port Charlotte area.
pR g TLL

Bible School

Onens On Monday\ ,w<

The Daily Vacation Bible
School of Calvary Reformed -
Church of Venice Gardens will =;
be held July 20.31. :
Theme of this summer's Bible
(UHF .ligktlr blab" _) School is "Jesus The

Wlilfe' ta Mark Rofl-......., iUn* No Chum Promised Saviour"
We did not buy a carload Bible stories and lessons,

but we do have 25 in stock and missionary handcrafts stories will, all stating center, u

around this theme. All child-
ren three-years-old] through
OR seventh grade age are wel

I come.The school will be held from :

for a $100 Bill 9 through to 11-30 Friday: a.m.and,the Monday church , :w r # ak

will provide transportation. *
For transoortation 3fi&x
Keep Cool with the neatest, or information those arrangements Interested .i.i

Most Efficient may call 488-277S.
The church Is located on
j North Banyan Drive in Venice ,

I ... .... Gardens 1l
-_--. ------ ------- ----
a.- --------------------._---_-___--__-.,_. "AU ONE Y'
Rri.1rra ScoresBrMre

Studio' July 7th, t p.m

umm_ II[ s muus ;-Mrs. Elgin Morison and
s Mrs. J. W. Kimball, 43. AND
2-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and ANOTHER
Mrs. C. E. Bryant, 42%. :
I-4-Harrv Relmar and J. K.
====;====?===========EE====: = Hill, 381.2.34Myron .

-. hoenfeld and
M! ''M'-
Mrs. J. J. N-alon 38H.
Bridge S'urllo'>>, July S, 7:30 It.m.
1-Mrs. C K. Bryant and J. y.Rr4w
ADMIRALRuler K. Hill, 304.
!-Myron Scho...,feld and Co!.
Ira Nelson. 27'4.
I-Mrs. Lout J. Unertle and
"45" Air Conditioner-Model 454A8 Dr. R. F. Wilcox 26%.
Toman's{ Club, Ju'.. 9.1 p.m.
4,500 BTU/hr-Fits/ windows 26V2 to 36" wide [-Mrs. James G. Kalec and

Mrs C. E. Brvant, 62H.
J a Cools up to 1,580 eu. ft.volume !-Miss Ethel Morison and
i s Removes up to 0.8 pints of moisture per hour Mrs. J. J. Nealon. S3. ,
: a "Poly.Sponge" filter 3-Mrs. J. W. Kimball and ;, :1/h' T t i

I'J t' s Rust.resistant cabinet-double coat baked.on enamel' Mrs. Harry Lawrence, 118'>i.
II,r 8 Easy.Mount permanent type Installation kit Included 4-Van B. Carter und Al
S'nrUo July 10, 1 p.m.
T OR 1-Mrs. W. H. Tom'inson and

o 2-Mrs Harry,K.Reimer W. ErlcVuon, 77. and NOW AT THE LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR!

For Two $100 Bills W. H. Tomllnson. 75.
/ 3-Mrs. F N M-Hhern and
I 734.4Mrs Mrs. Eleanor Sciacchitano, No need to swelter this summer-not when your Dodge Boys Dodge Dart-the first family size compact. Then, ask your

You can keep cool and at the time Austin Pinkstaff and are offering brand-new, fully air-conditioned Dodge De. Dodge Boys how little it costs to own one of these fully air

enjoy your favorite TV Mrs Baum 72%. at unbelievably low prices. Put the fun back into conditioned
programs Finals of Friday afternoon pendables beauties. And, to top It off, your Dodge Boys

f 1-Mrs Series,K.aversre W. Frlckson 4 games 62)80 your summer driving. Go see your Dodge Boys and give the are offering the best deals and highest trade-ins In town,

ALPHA 2 3--Mrs Mrs.. F.Corrie N. Mulhern Graff, 60 87 SO.04. once over to fine cars like: the Dodge 880-the big car for too! Play it cool for less this summer-see your Dodge

1 4-Mrs. May Burps. 86.78. the big car man; Dodge 440-the luxury car at the low price; Boys and save!
&ii F MUSIC & APPLIANCE Bridge Club,
July Je, 7:30: p.m.
1-Mrs. Clare Carlson and Myron -
2-Mrs. Elgin Morlson and Dr.
OPP. THEATRE VENICE AVE.. W R. F. Wilcox 62. ,
3-Mrs. T. B. Richardson and "
Co!. Ira t& 915 S. Tamtam! Trail Venice
Ph. 488-2418 OPEN 'TIL 10 P.M. f 'Rrs. Kelson. 58 H. Fla.PAGE .
.I Ioui J. Vnertl and
W. Prior, 54,

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Lrc FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1964lotttngs _.
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By DOROTHY Women's Editor GAYNOR "Little Cultural Center" May Arise At Teen Haven AreaTuesday m ""U II

Phone items to 488-5808 I may well haw been Ii'I
the day on which Venice gave 'I
I birth to a future "Little Cul

F ..... tural Center," since on that
day work was begun at the air.
'e.ere' with Miss Gertrude Mrs. Siegel said The trio will port property bounded on the
eht of Aberc.rn.Mon. be here for two weeks and are south by Teen Haven and on i

eke, England, who was thoroughly enjoying swimming, the west by The Little Theatre. 14 .+
( her. last week, that fishing and auto jaunts along The city has undertaken, as 'Ne+a+mlt
.,.atherii'1abltmuch"at the West Coast It I Is the first one of its special projects, to
moment. However all time either of the girls has vi. drain, blacktop and beautify
51 of u. need to be perfectly ited Florida. the semi-circular area in frontof / soh
with It all Is to remem. -o- Teen Haven and to lay a 20 Ir Irti
P1 the northern ice and snow Other Detroit visitors are by 30 foot slab on the west side

\\rrni. Mrs. James Fitzpatrick and of the building for a screened
-- four of her five children who porch for the youth center. The

irs, Knight WM here as the I are visiting with Mrs. Fltz. section lying between the porch
of Charles and Helen Patrick' parents, Mr. and and the adjacent city structureon
teach' South Harbor Mrs Fred D. Ritter of West the west will be improved
she and Helen are first Bay Drive. The children had for a picnic area, complete
Lm md an aunt and uncle, never seen "real" waves before with benches and tables, where
find Mr. Charles Boulton 'just the Lake Michigan the area youth can hold their
Coral Gables came over to kind. Mrs. Ritter laid, and are fish fries and other outdoor
L the party Miss Knight re. "living! at the beach" They parties The adjacent area on + t tI
tip retired from British will be here for only a week. the east will be fenced in to 4+t Vr

',ment social servicerk -0- prevent cars entering the airport
but remains an honorary Mr and Mrs. Lloyd E. Kelly run-way areas.
HIM R. N. membership on of Gulf Shores and Arlington, The name "Little Cultural
Queens Lists She had writ. I Va., are in Venice for a week's Center" was suggested by Mrs I E.+.
it was very cold inland stay to "check Gene Green, In charge of ---
(hit! on things (o.doll"I; ''I -i +I
grounds ( I
for The
and that she hoped toPunier They will return to Arlington
; some warm weather until after Christmas at which Little Theatre, in conferencewith ONE OF THE CIVIC GROUPS concerned made to Constable Jack Knuckles, Teen F
t. When reminded of her time they will come back for / Councilwoman Blanche with Teen Haven is Venice Business and Professional Haven president, by Mrs. Irene Shockey, 2m.
Cement when she was their customary longer stay. Celll city parks and recreation Women's Club which has made the past-president of BPW and retiring finance "
rot up" last week, she With them are their 10-year-old director and members of Teen youth center one of its special projects. From chairman At the ceremony, left to right, !:' L4'! :
de the "bit much" com- grandson Chips Kelly, and Mr. Haven board of directors. The the sale of Venice Booster Tags, a $50 contribution above are: Mrs Shockey, Constable Knuckles
nt recorded above. She Kelly's sister, Mrs. Florence three groups will coordinate was raised and turned over to adult Miss June Gray, Teen Taven secretary
a to return this winter for Miller of Washington, D C, En beautification plans, with the Teen Haven officers on July 9. Present at and BPW Teen Haven liaslon officer, Mrs.
infer visit. route home the Kelly's will city, acting for Teen Haven as the ceremony was Mrs Bertha Drew, new Drew and City Police Chief John Shockey, .'
-o- leave Mrs. Miller, who will extend its special project. The Little Teen Haven director The presentation was Teen Haven vicepresidentnot "' 'f

;uesM! at the William Bones her visit hi the area with Club Theatre each and the Men's Garden at the Theatre side of the area. be a major issue when
Valencia are DaughMri friends in St Petersburg contributing one- the Jack Knuckles, president; John
Ml third of the beautification ma The section immediately adjacent youths take the pride in their Shockey, vice-president; Mrs.
Fred H Deans and -
Debbie! and The Carl Balrs of Beatrice terials. to Airport Road will be improved center that we think June Gray, secretary, and Mrs.I
children, Drainage improvement planted in Towers and shrubs. they will," she added Mary
Street Clancy, treasurer
from Roanoke, Va Beach Park, fly away
arrived. Sunday to spendweeks Saturday to Carmel, Call, to which began Tuesday, was the Additional parking for the Venice Youth/ Center was organized Board members are Mrs. ,: d ,
? and will be 'joinby visit with their son, Medill first step toward providing an Theatre Is already provided on and incorporated three Celli Mrs John Shockey, Jack 4 ka
ee Mr. Dean later Balr, who is superintendent of off-street parking area for ap the airport strip south of the years ago. The city donates the Briggs, E .S Raymond, John
proximately 150 cars in frontof building.The building ($1,200)) and budgetsan Blair, Ken Breeding Richard
.,'\* been corresponding schools there. They have no -------- - --- --- -
(to pot's boiling" i is they Idea Just when they will return Teen Haven The city will screened porch for the additional $1,000 a year for Towsley, Maurice Aldrldge
also provide Teen Haven maintenance and utilities. United and The Rev. fQaadotIw eta 'r peal 1la.a.
the numerous plans for because Mr. Bair says she a double entrance building will have Miles DePagterwho
.tioII entertainment began. hopes her husband will get ach.nce an inside entrance and Is con- Appeals contribution is however, moved to Sarasota WORK BEGAN TUESDAY at Teen Haven, where the Cityof
-and to "know" California Hammans sidered >necessary by the boardto $2,000 a year and the Sarasota this summer Venice l. providing a paved parking; area, plantings and
having' never been there. Yosemite Going provide a "smoking and County Recreation Board con Former original board memo the beginning construction of a screened porch on the west
Margaret Smith
md To World's Fair cooling off area since smoking tributes another 1200. bers no longer serving are Early I
with surely I is one trip; another side of the Youth Center structure City Director of Public
t lilt week Steph.nle'rem is prohibited in the build. Present adult officers are: I Wynn and Albert Bund,,
1 for a vacation trip Disneyland which neitherof Billy and Teresa Hamman Works Guy Curwood is shown pointing out to Teen Haven
Jell will Include 'Just about them has teen. And there with their children, Christine, ing and during dances the Board Members Bill Raymond and Mrs. Blanche Celli the
'ijttuif. First they are vis- ire so many interesting soots Billy Jr., and Stevie, are on building can become quite height of the porch which will be attached to the structure.
''I Hit Smith's parents in Between here and there that their way to the World's Fair warm. Annual VYC'BringAGuest'Party As City Council director of parks and recreation, Mrs. Celll
!bud, then they will go sail- they might stop off at some of by a very roundabout but enjoyable Furniture will be at a min also la in charge of the plantings and entrance improvement I Ir
haij off Delray Beach and them on their return trip, she trip. They first traveled imum, with whatever chairs

\leisurely up the coast said. south to Key West for a needed being brought out from Is Set For Saturday
-oA the main building. Cost of the
North Carolina where they fishing safari for a few days. ..
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get In some golfing at Hen- Courtney family reunion In Then to Washington, D. C, to finishing and screening will Instructionat f
mville. They should bee flopkinsville, Ky., drew the see the sights and all points of come partially from civic and The annual "Brlng-a-Guest" calling the club as soon as pos Swimming
sometime .round theo Walter Howards of Coral Interest In that beautiful city. personal donations. Venice Yacht Club dance will sible.
< (the month. Street, and lon, Max, to that Then to New Jersey to visit With Mrs. Bertha Drew as take place Saturday at the The regular! Friday night
-0- city for a two weeks visit within a few miles of the the new director, plans are being clubhouse on Tarpon Center adult pool party will take place '
rehltect Ted Larsen and which ended Thursday The World's Fair, where they can made to set up a youth Road with a buffet, from 7 to tomorrow with the snack bar WARM MINERAL SPRINGS
ut! Wally Devlin are cur. acquisition of a sports car by make a daily visit for a few organization, under the guidance 9 p.m., featuring prime rib of open at 9 pm. for refresh.
one of the uncles was the after which of the adult board, and to beef, preceding the event.
tip visiting at Lake MlchiFetoskey ma. days, they will goo widen activities that ments. BEGINNER AND ADVANCED CLASSES
n'. art colony, jot factor in Max's describing Ft. Wayne Ind, for a week plans so Dancing will begin at 8:30: '
re on business to place the trip as "perfect. He Is a before returning to Florida. We the center will be open every p.m. Music will be provided by. Ile Starting July 20th ::,. ,

e of Wallv's paintings with car buff, sports mainly, but if hope they will have a very enjoyable night except Monday Bud Lawrence and his "Guest DINING AT ITS BESTICYROS Transportation Provided '
cot the galleries. The recent It rolls on four wheels Max trip and be full of .news I "With, the youngsters cooperating Stars." \
and assisting in maintaining
fc he has been love itiilulllllllllliNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIUl on their return. $25 for 10 ; r
doing in Morning
an or
the grounds, as well as There will be dancing on the i\
lempt to capture the form of planning their activities the patio and the pool will be open I full hour l lessons afternoon tetsioni ,
lit by use of yellows has Sarasota Coin board believes Bill MorrisVENETIAN I '. '
Club President that Mrs.
rued tome good comment in I Drew's direction Venice will for those wishing to swim. MOON MRS. ED FANNING PHONE: 488.5833 '-
'llfcmlt! The April Artforumvue Members are requested to SINGS FRI. AND SAT
have a youth center of which to
of the Sacramento Bar. Talks Here On CounterfeitingSarasota be proud," Mrs. Celli said make their reservations by
i Gallery show
called his
"We as a board, and also the
i* Wins most exciting" of Coin Club President bass,, will be shown of the a... City Council wish to assist the
i show canvasses Ted will Col. Harry Harvey who : nual Keota Coin Exposition. young people of the area In IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW '
"Tint with members of his bean his collecting as a I Twenty-seven members attended every way possible to obtain '
milT to the area before their youngster in Indiana and the Venice Club's meetIng and maintain a center where ___ i l
has amassed a valuable oriental Wednesday. their entertaining standardswill
-o- collection while an apprentice Guests were Mrs. H E. Mc. be high. Conduct should r' r
Mr wd Mrs Don Forte, of mining engineer in Korea, was Krell of North Port Charlotte; I'I'IN
oton, Conn, and their three guest speaker at the Venice Stephen Howard Harvey, Mr, DINnVOUT \
"Wren, Carol, Donna and Area Coin and Currency Club and Mrs. H. D. Beard and Don FREE -
say an vlsltlnl! at home of meeting last week at the community and Bruce McDonald, all of ENGINE ANALYSIS
'. and Mrs. C. A. (Cap) room of Sarasota Fed- Sarasota, and> Mrs Frank For
"Ml for several weeks. Hem eral Savings and Loan Assn. Dalgleish. Mrs. Vera Miller of Register
leave from the Coast ; He spoke on counterfeitingand Englewood was doorprlze win FREE RADIOTO VENICE AND ENGLEWOODFISHERMAN'S
uard station there. It was coin alterations, dollar ner.
Me be was stationed at the coinage, and the proper encas- BE GIVEN AWAY
nice USCG Loran -- ---- - - -- ----- - .\ "
Station ng of uncirculated coins and JULY 31 $t
at. hi met Barbara, the Stev- particularly the problems encountered - LOST WHARF TRY OUR .1 .t
a daughter, and a visit to in an area such as WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH Grilled Onion
nice Is always a kind of sen. his where climatic conditions 1965 CLASS RING 1h Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge STEAK SANDWICH 55c \
Mal Journey to them end to "turn" the coins. III Vicinity of Venice 4" serving 12-inch Home-made Pixxa $1 tp(25e :

\(11. -0- He mentioned that In the Phone 488-6s.43 1550 S. Trail Ph. 488.6745 po LUNCH from ...., .... 95e ( each additional dressing) I ,
Harry Davis arrived very recent past a collector i i DINNER from ... ..... $1.95 .
[ from Las Cruces, N. could obtain' a bag of silver '' D.ilyLUNCHEON
'. with her children, Hal, dollars from his bank and only SPECIALS MUG-O-BEER 30e
'iubeth Md' Amy to visit a few months ago he could geta .
r Mrents Mr and Mrs. Rob- few over the counter. Now, Thriftiest 6000 Seafood THE GLADES
Rule of Shore Road. This is i however, he said to ask for Frost-Proof NEW'' Steak
11. Chicken
Davis J
first visit to Ven- one would put a collector in the .
but her second to Florida, "where has He been" class. Frigidaire Makes! BTU/b. ON RT. 41 N, OF VENICE AVE. ph. 488-4317 Tamtam" ) Trail Just S. of Bill Phillip Ford
wing previously visited Col. Harvey went to Korea
'Petersburg Beach She and after graduating from high COOLING t': "

'*children WIll enjoy the school in Columbia City, Ind., .. KING'S TABLE SMITTY'S ; ,.,
another week before and six "
spent rears as aopren- -'
"fr departure. ice engineer in the Tobowl -- CAPACITY FOR FINE FOODS TAVERN & BEEF-EATERS a ::1
-eMu mines. It bras during this per- ROOM ''
Margaret Ehresman od he began his oriental col- InstalMt-yonrself Served Daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m : :
nd I.1nn dau Skwwnan.hters, Misses arrived Jane ectlon.He was first president of in minutes Served Sun. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. C PRIME RIB ROAST : ;

turda, from Detroit' to visit Sarasota Coin Club when it was BREAKFAST from ..... 40e ,tit
law' ]fra. Ehresman'g brother. organized in I960 and i Is now LUNCH from ,,,..,,.,. *5e 1 tI o I

and slater l Mr. and MM.. gain in that office. DINNER from ,., .,, .. 95e BROILED STEAK a .. .... \
army Siegel of local club
Gulf of the
Manor Members
i iIi TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL Package liquor Store
attenda I I "
heMn last were Invited by him C j IIH I'Yede
In 197 and the meeting of the Sarasota Ii NIIIiI I 2 block N. of Venice Av* The Trail & t

rea 11th and progress of the group Monday at which a film, 13.11 Pipe-14T-1 eu.fl. (I r Rt. 41 Ph. 488330 Venice Ave. Ph. 489-9963 '

was astonishing to her, loaned br the Japanese Em- 4 color. sr whttilMMM i." -

llllllllllllllllllllllllINI! White parMlala PfPDS-14M Kiumall III Medal U4L5 IF COME AS YOU ARE! WHITE ELEPHANT

a Even the freezer never a Operate on 115 volts
I NOTICE needs cltfrostlnl-wlth a Two speed fans and nine Bay Vista RESTAURANT & LOUNGEON
exclusive prat-Proof position thermostat cools THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOOD ;
system I I100lb. room up to 272 tquar RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGEWe OPEN DAILY 6.00 AM. to 9:00 P.M.

FINAL MEETINGTHE i e .ten zone freezer! feet cater to parties Come by boat or by Autol) ,
a Twin glide-out fruit and Four way air Distribution H DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR FRESH SEAFOOD & AGED STEAKS

vegetable Hydraton. Washable filter bacte/Icide- Complete Dinner served Daily 12 to 9 P.M. Friday & Saturday Nightie t"
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS e Storage door has egg shelf, On Sunday until 8 P.M. SHRIMP DINNER All you can cat! !
of SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA, .1 THE == butter compartment-room A I. carte after 9 P.M. ?
"Phone- 474-1310/
!is BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, will/ hold a FINAL c galore for even tall bottltil SR 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD. 52.20 k"t

MEETING July 20, beginning 9:30: I.m. and == Frigidaire tUpindablllty.too! '$1, Rotary Meet Here Tuesday Noon. Ph. 474-1880
ending at 10:30 am. in the'COUNTY COM- 5 IMfl PPDB 14T.1 Only 187 -- -- t

COUNTY COURT HOUSE, for the purpose of g The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH I

Hearing any MJ III|| complaInts! of valuation. == 31995 661 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488-2873 +

I signed: =_ WIT "tIW M ewonc IIlli6l.FRIGIDAIRE cmcxr. w HUM "Food tint It Making/ Me lemon fay Area foment" Serving Breakfast 6 A.M.



Deputy Clerk 5100llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllnW 11:30: to 2 M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. SALAD BAR '
AuthorhtJ Soles' & Service/ REGULAR MENU AVAILABLE,
133 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 48S-2834 Dave A Flo Behrens pm. 474-3312 Take Oat Orders

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Actors Now Hear This: LT WSCS Discusses "Arabian Nights" CostumesTo

I Time Schedules"In I

: //,1, August Mass Tryouts Coming will be Planning the them Her of Schedule"the July Vie For Prizes July 25 r

Maaa tryouta for "Come I will be directed by George Ma. meeting of Women' Society The Junior Section of Venice. Decoration will follow the A P 4
Blow Your Horn" har. for Christian Service of V.n- Nokomli Woman's Club will Arabian Nights theme. ; ?

I ,' and "The Little ""j I Tentative plans are underway ice-Nokomis Methodist Church stage Its annual summer party At the Monday meeting Mr,
,I I lected aa The for a workshop during the Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the July 25 with members and Robert Harriet, chairman pr*.
production thla winter, have fall and other play for spring. church fellowship hall. their guests competing for cot- ilded at the builnei session
I been lit for August, the date Book for the three plays will Devotion will be given by turn prizes at the "Arabian devoted mainly to the part v
to be aMounceell.ter. be made available at a convenient Mr*. Fred Corenflo and Mr*.. Night event plan. Social hour hostesses t '
I ......, Mrs. J. Elwood King, chairman location during the early George Graaal. will lead a discussion Plans were announced at thegroup'i wen Mr*. Dale W. Boudreauand yr
where the Christian
of playreading and casing part of August or may be pick. on meeting Monday evenIng Mr. Larry Whlalar.
committees disclosed the ed up at the home of Mrs. Panel woman volunteer her time at Venlce-Noltomis Wornan's Mr. Sam Dillon, Venice ; J
mass tryout plan aimed at increasing King.In participant will be Club building on :North Area Free Public Library a- .
Russell Naramore. .1HG
Mr* Harbor Drive. Mrs Robert M. h
Interest of a large addition to acting roles, .raW Carl i Illt.nt. reviewed William Soro- 1..t
Q. Graff, Mr* Yen Jones will be chairman of the ,.n' "One in
in theater Day the Afternoon
IJ' group production persons interested in backstage nerholm and Mr. Louis Suter, event, taking over from Mn. of the World." ., ri 8PP ati. s
"Come Blow Your Horn" will] work, including electrical carpentry Hazel Woodard Circle mem Richard Fletcher who resigned r _
be presented Nov. 4; "Anasta. wardrobe, makeup and ben will be hostess during the chairmanship because aha f1pf I'1 lli I V
aio," on Dec. It, and "The Lit other areas are requested to the refreshment and social per. I. moving to Tampa Crafts Dancing
tle Foxea" on Jan. 27. the lod. .
attend August meeting.
Mn. David Goodman la reervationa *
.. .
-- On VG ScheduleCurrent ]
"torn* BlOW Your Morn," a chairman .
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comedy which starred Ha The; party will be held at the activities at Venice
March at Its opening in New Orange Dressing Is PerfectAs mall Venice Beach pavilllon. Gardens Recreation Center Include .
York, will be directed by There will be a social hour a crafts class on Thursday -
George Mahar. "Anastasla/, a'' from 6,to 7 p.m., followed bya and square dancing on Fri.
drama which has become well- Salad Luncheon Accent catered buffet dinner. Dana day nights.

known through movie, stag log and swimming will be Any boy girl, from six to (Oon*>1hr .heto' by burl Yuj.,,
and TV portrayals with Ingrid Cecily Brownstone, AP food peaches, grapes eluded: In the evening' in-I 12 years ofor age is Invited. to FOUR GENERATIONS were assembled this William N. Nagel and List Marie of Sm
Bergman and Vlveca Lindfors, I editor, has come up with a Salad greensCreamy talnment. the crafts class which meets week at the home of Mr. and Mr. Dominick cuss, N. Y., ended their two-weeks visit b
has as his director John Krlch salad dressing, planned to accompany Orange Dressing from 7 to 8 p.rn. Strubl of Laurel Avenue, East Gate. The da/ Pictured, left to right, are Mrs. Strut 1
of Sarasota, known In Venice a salad lunch for Mix chicken with celery and VYC Ladies Bridge Milt Trueman Is calling for Struble's daughter and aon-in-law, Mr. and holding Lisa Marie, Mrs. Newman and lln
theater circles: for his performance "the girls! ," that I. as "Flor- mound in the center of a large Set For the square dance tomorrow, Mr. Charles Newman of Horseheads, N. Y., Nagel.
as Otto Frank in "Diaryof Ida" as anything the citrus indUstry platter. Remove outer covering: Tuesday He has been on vacation the and their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs.
Anne Frank," produced last could recommend. from cantaloupe and avocado; Hostesses at Venice Yacht past two weeks. Dane time is
season. She calls it Creamy Orange Hub's ladies bridge luncheon 7:30:
seed and cut in wedges. Remove .
The last play selected, "The dressing and builds it from an rind from pineapple, Tuesday noon at the club will The Venice Gardens Youth New Guinea Art Gift Is produclJou.'l'h.
Little Foxes" ran for years on 'ersatz" sour cream (cottage slic* and core. Peel peaches, be Mr. Joieph Feytel and Council sponsored the bicycle New Guinea display t
Broadway with Tallulah Bank cheese rendered creamy by use halve and pit. Cut grapes in Mrs Thelma Tresher, rodeo recently which drew 27 First Of Kind At be circulated throughout i
head in the star role. This also of a blender), orange ,juice and small clusters. Arrange fruit Progressive bridge and four- entries in the competition and Ringlingschool state public school ayatem
seasoning With thin she sea g and salad greens around chick. wanes will be played. a large group of the fall
geats ;cold chicken and fruitlatter en and celery. Serve with Either hostess should be called Prizes and gift Miss Patricia Pierce, educa children visit the Museum .
WW I Auxiliary, for a women's lunch- Creamy Orange Dressing. for reservation not later were donated by .pect.tor"j Ion director of the Singling annually to participate!
eon. Makes 8 servings. than Sunday They should also hen, Western Auto, Museum of Art, recently returned in gallery tour and films developed DINING AT ITS BEST!
Vets Plan Picnic Her recipe for the "..ourcream" be> notified of cancellations. and Woolworth's. from the American by the Education Department .
Creamy Oran. Dressing. Assn. of Museums ConventionIn Thousand of others
Itself that is made CYROSVENETIAN
Warm Mineral Springs will from cottage cheese calls for 8 ounces ((1 cup)) ere; ;iyl. St. Louis with a gift of 13 who do not have the opportunity

be the scene of the general addition of a small amount of cottage cheese New Fall Fabrics Run GamutOf New Guinea carvings and anthropological to visit Sarasota are provided MOONBill
1/4 frozen juiceconcentrate
cup orange objects. loan exhibitions and visual
meeting and picnic for WWI buttermilk or milk and lemon Morris
Veterans and its auxiliary Sat- cheese, and the whipping of undiluted thawed and Currently on display In the aids In the form of films, SINGS FRI. AND SAT.
urday at 12:30 p.m. these in the blender. The fact Sarasota Federal Savings andLoan slides, books, prints and re-I
that the dressing is low calorie 1 teaspoon sugar Color Textures Fibers Assn. lobby in Sarasota,
The auxiliary will the I
serve 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger the
makes it all the more attracv i primitive art collection,
entree requested and to those attending their table are to today's hostess Dash of salt A preview peek at what Fall floral, and primitive designs. valued at more than $1000, was
service beverage bring and Cold Chicken and Place cottage cheese, concentrate I has In store In the way of cloth. Traditional foulard and cravat donated by the May Department r-
covered -
dishes.C. Fruit PlatterS sugar and ginger in log fabrics led Alma Warrenof print In vivid color combinations Company and its Fam-
to t cups diced cooked an electric blender; blend until the state Agricultural Exten. are a refreshing departure oue-Barr stores.
W. Kammerer Sr., vice. chicken smooth. Makes about 1 cup- sion Service to label them as I' from the Inevitable Among the rare artifacts seected fhTNEYEAR
commander, said those who m. cups diced celery 20 calories per tablespoon. ".xcltln,." dark tones generally seen for for the Rlngllng Mu-
wish to swim may do so. The Fresh fruit cantaloupe, Cooked Chicken! For Platter According to her analysis: eum* la an ancestral tablet
swimming fee will be 50 cents avocado, pineapple 2 three-pound broiler-frvers, fall.Two
Exciting is the word for the opposing directions are valued at "00. A small figure
L- - --- whole or cut up new fall fabrics. apparent In fall woolen collections with exaggerated head dance

2 cups water Brilliant colors, dramatic wool may either on i a wooden background paint-
1 small onion, sliced prints, dimensional textures, b* textured and spongy, or ed I in brown, black and white.
Owner Had To Move 3 celery tops significant fiber and finish development smooth and crisp. ;There i I. a 3-foot door Until
1 branch parsley will characterizethe from the Seplk River region, 'PRICFS0
A revolution
In Incorpor.tln
2 bay leaves fall fashion picture. knits ceremonial carved masks, arrows .
2 teaspoons monosodium glutamat a greater variety of tiny wooden heads carved
I The use of color with color fiber mixtures and the growing rir
from nuts, a dog's teeth
Itt salt sets the scene for fabrics and use of synthetics In gossamer necklace and fan.
teaspoons a woven
fashions, says Miss Elizabeth to topcoat: weights, Is the
1/4 teaspoon pepper Dickenson, clothing and textile most Important knitwear de. Miss Pierce selected pieces
Place chicken In kettle with specialist, Florida Agricultural moat suitable for an educaonal .
velopment for fall. Improved
2 BEDROOM TILE BATH BUILT-IN .ill the ingredients. Bring to aboll Extension Service wearing and finishing techniques exhibition. "I chose

STOVE NICELY LANDSCAPED IN > ; cover tightly. Simmer until In the color spectrum you'll are engineered to offer those will pieces which the New as a Guinea group I ICIDU
tender about 40 minutes represent
be) seeing flaming orange and comfort plus in stretch fabrics.
COUNTY -turning once if you like. tomato reds. Winterberry-this culture"more fully to young
Strain broth; refrigerate or people said Miss pierce.
6% down season's version of cranberry, i
LAST SHOTHOPKINSVILLE. This collection Is the only
1 freezer-store for some other Is significant shad for fall. one
AND APPROX. $6800 PER MO. use. Cool chicken; remove Rich a purple and all its variations AP of Its kind at the Museum and I
Ky. ( )
WWII AND KOREAN VETERANS MIGHT meat from bones and dice. are top fashion news in II an Individual exhibition by
-Luke Parsons "I think
r- QUALIFY FOR PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $56. \ Makes 5 to 8 cups meat and 3to combination with brilliant orange I'm about through"says collecting itself different.will" be Interesting and

MO. DOWN PAYMENT AS LOW AS $250. 4 cups broth. red, and pink tones. The antique gun*.
Th new collection Join 20
variety grape, plum, H* loaded his old Kentucky
FULL PRICE $9995. other educational exhibitions
purple punch, royal purple,
long rifle he had 100 time
eggplant, and violet. Pink which travel all over the state.u .
before and fired. The barrel
I educational director of the
Chips Johnson REALTOR staple favorite for year ballooned Into shredded stripsof
YXIIfJ1 'round wear Is a bold mixerin Museum, Miss Pierce ha been
metal stock
the shatteredand
active In
coordinating a pro.gram 4EHIPARRIYME8T8108T
I zingy pink, cyclamen, and brass fittings sailed iUMNFJI
306 W. Venice! Av. ph. 488-2241 fuchsia shades which encompasses f
Branch Once, Kent Motel I through the air. schools in every part of Flor ALL
223 W. VENICE AVE. Blues and greens are strong Th last shot was enough. )ida. More than ten thousand EO1YE'RE
625 S. Tamiam! Tr. ph. 488-1695 favorites, with the oriental PRICES
shades of blue from bright and I DYER.
trUe royal blue to glowing pur. slocgEO SLASHED
ple-influenced sapphire and In.
to the green-tinged tones of

PUBLIC NOTICE brlstol and peacock.
7n.4 "A Outstanding greens a;* blue.
toned as emerald, jade, and I I-1( Jerry's aacx eurrosmGM I

Th. City of Venice Tax Roll for th. year. 1964 For the deeper pine tones of spruce bly re ,. Gnrr tan. .
will b* open for inspection in the office of the SchoolTravel and bottle green. The yellow I

City Clerk in the Venice City Hall daily from wave.greens are definitely on the Ise isles d se.a.a.Jerry's .

9 U". to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, commencing Such chutney tone as blaze lAi
July 16 through July 28.HARRY. hades of orange extending SHOE COMFORT SHOP WE'YE 80T BI018-FOOT,

I W. HAGER to spice, copper, tortoise, and Specialist; In Arch Supports and Orthopedic Shoes THE MODEL 0 rTWO-TON VALUE

City CM deep terra cotta are important 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE You wurt ATA

J Publish: July 16, 23, 1964 I newcomers Gold shades this season.range from ..... R.... !' e... tt I .... Owd lmtn ... 4SU4M ,, SMALL PRICE CAR

clear patent, taxicab yellowseen /
In the junior and sportswear
warm topaz
NOTICE OF THE EQUALIZATION and cognac hue*. Newest
browns are reddened as cheat- 'y THE HOUR. DAY OR WEEK

nut and walnut, or blackenedand In your office or ours.e .


ASSESSMENT ROLL OF THE multicolor tweeds, plaids, and Receptionist Duties Mimeographing OUR s, ,
Camel course and
prints. ,
its newer: ief\: winter
CITY OF VENICE FLORIDANotice wheat, are definitely In. A Ph. 483-4406 or 488-3462 ( ','rRON 0 AL
medium granite Into slightly
I 1 deeper slate grey looks especially During busy days avoid costly delay! ,
new sparked with color. with dependable "Girl from'
a friday"
ft hereby given to all whom It my concern I j
J 1 1 Elegant frosted pales, led by the ABC Secretarial Service!
that the Assessment Roll of the City of Venice, Florida, white frost and featuring pal

for the year of 1964 has been iuiiod: and corrected taffy, crystal pink, cloud blue,
and aec.ptd: by the City Council and all persons aqua Ice. coral glaze very
desiring to ha.,. correction made thereon whether, in new lima sherbet, and delicate .
1 {''I the listing or valuation of the property, or otherwise, amathyst, art equally at< LET. . O

I are hereby nquired to file with the City CUrl, on or DARKCOTTONS home for both daytime and r

1 before the 28th dy of July, A.D. 1964 assessment evening Design fabrics.trend feature TRAILWAYS FAST
t forth their to Mid e
protest setting objection
primitive, peasant countryprints.
f j e f ssssmnt and the correction they dtsir* rrwde: or In the latter look for I SCOUT YOU TO THE HEW YORK I LOW-INTEREST

'J' they may personally appear and present the same to I amusing hootenanny design !
the Council on the day h.r1nftw .pecW.eI. You'll see the Persian InfluenceIn WORLD'S FAIR FINANCING s
l NEW FALL COLORS sheer winter wools. Tapestry:
ist J I 12 DAYS & 11 NIGHTS. . LEAVE SEPT 2S
effects will add depth to plaid,
him notice that
will also
: each of
You and ,
you .
the Council will milt attire Council Chamber In theI Tour historic s
.WASHINGTON D.C. trip North.
1 I City Hall, City of*. Florida, at 800: P.M. on
: i the 28th day of July, 1964, for the purpose" of considering FOR YOUR. . Return Mp via LURAY CAVERNS SHtNANDOAH See
I than protests, If any NATIONAL PARK SKYLINE DRIVE CHARLOTTESVILLE. your Chrysler dealer-Uie
$228.90 Per Pmon

iI'' !, Assessment protest form may lie had at the City PRICE INCLUDES: Round trip Irr port.tlon5; hotel or motel best of the big car men

r ''t., Clerk's .ffic*. ccomodaticfl for eleven nlghtit itghfseelngi( two *d-
r. COME IH AND BROWSE AT missions to the World's Fair. Four a'flln New York City. Wood ChryslerPlymouth


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City of Venice! Florid. TRAILWAYS BUS STATION Phone
1 Ralph tangled, Jr., own*'- (ISM 1 Tr. L 488-6745 Venice, Fla.

,1!j Publish July 16, 2), 1964 Ph. 488-5154 opp. Venice Garden" PHONE 488-5412 211 S. TRAIL, VENICE

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IIY MRS. BUDWEISER Old Milwaukee PaM Busch and other popular soft drinks.
md Mrs.DrlvehaVe Barverlan Canadian Ac I Hati. 16 REGULAR SIZE KING SIZE
gray Short re- SCHLITZ BALLENTINE ALE Bohemian Ballentine 8Nr. BUSCH BAVARIAN -01.
fumed from M" extended trip. Schlifs Falttaff 6 pak 6 pak C 6 pak F* C
M northern and trite\ .tate.. 6 peak 6 pak carton carton carton M ,;.
the 44C
deteg 3 3 3
were pak
They convention of the NatIonal C 12oz.bottles. c pi.. ..r.. pi.
'" Civil $118 "arton '
Mon of 7 8 '
Employe they In were DM Moines very buoy,Iowa tot, 12oz.cant. : t 98 plu.depmtt. cl.potit d.-a depo.It ;

report of the convention to
NABOB: In BngleSentce. ) '; I

with Mr IndrortMyer end and their Kingston from Mr children*the. Port Gillette convention and Charlott.enroutet visited faml-tan-' Kwik Chek's Big Bonus Buys Bonanza t tt

cuter, Pa and V
C! too Vl itd ,frlendi and

Erfon Vttlnis S poWi. ,Ky.In Mf,Atlanta In Welllnitem Gillette Maryland,\Ga.,,Ohio very Lex-and, ejltlarlllae! !fp tiO"i/HJtt/ llootl'1b' tfJ&' .ro a '

Man* Mr. Gillette were ,
haPPY to be back home In Flor.
Ida and they have had enough'

jn of,the nvofthecttletoUtthemfor heavy hectic w. Dire White Seedless LYKES SUGAR CREEK

the next few yean,
- FkcEa.t.EN TOP VALUE Grapes
'The! Business and Profe. Smo. PICNICS

wood nonsl held Women'i their Club July of buslne Engle- Prift Iffectfn Jay 16th Thai IBtk STAMPS ib. 29,

last Thursday evening STORE HOURS
lithe home of Mrs. Vera Mil
Drive. Mr. 9 ajn. to 9 p.m. Mon Jhru FrU
ler on Neptune Fancy Juicy "
Miller assisted by Mr. Laura 9 ejn. to 7 pjn. Sat.
Leach' Mrs. Ruth Conder and l Nectarines :
Mr*. Irene Scott, served a buffet Qa.MRy Righta Raarval : A 6 to 8 Ib :
dinner to 21 member and '
four guests. Turkey and ham lb. 29* AverageLb. 21'
were baked to perfection, servo In Our Produce Depf.FRESHNESS a't Eggs
ed with vegetables and' all the .
little extra that make a meal
-rfect For dessert Mrs. Mil Fancy Juicy ( :.
ler baked and served her delldou Lemons 2 39c I'

tream* pineapple cake. After and dinner whipped the You Find Only At ''% ' % ORE.'fRESH 'MEAt: VALUESKWIK ,

business wder by meeting the president was called, Mrs to CHEK'! : doz Z9 l I
other officerswere
Leach. AH ,
present. They! were Mrs '
lane! Scott, first vice president Rib Steaks . . 8ge
; Mrs. Ruth Conder, see-
end vice president; :Mrs. Cle Watermelons W-0IRANO Frown Gov't. Inspected Grade A Fryer Parti. I
recording secretary; leaaar Fraa6at
lunch 79c 49,
Mr. Vera Miller, correspond. BREAST with RIBS, THIGHS or DRUMSTICKS :
\hj! secretary: and Mr Laura
Inch, treasurer Other memo GroundBeefy ARMOUR STAR

ten answering roll Meder call, PhylHi were 'f ROZ E I ', SUPER.RAND CtL Sliced Bacon 49e (
Mesdames Daniel, Virginia Eloise Stein, Ruth- r'l rOODS. Vanilla Ice Cream <* 9Ue ak . *

Parasl. :Mary Kenny,
Pearl Kesserling, Alberta SkinlessQUARTER Wieners 49'
Hlck, Dawn Ware, Dorothy Half Gal.
Veils, Sharon Dally. Dorothy I Ice Cream 48
Hicks, and Gene Smart. JtmrWrry. Sl.ICED'I
'The! guests were Mrs Louise Fudge.7-P.s is Ns... Pork r69t. : '
Lesch from Phoenix, Arlx., a R .
Mrs Beth Burchett, Mr*. Mary ADEN PROM

I lou Gardens.!. Kroupa Kendrlch from and .Mr Overbrook*. Mary Raspberries 4''to. $))00 BreadDough3 a:::;. 49' FraaIFrorss Sliced Bologna 25C i :>1, 1 1VENICE


Mrs Bee at at large Tampa Jenkins at the In were June state delegates Mrs convention Lima Beans 4 *< 8ge Potatoes . 3 :- $100 Link Sausage 65

Affairs," Mr. Alford a

report. Bea on "Public Jenkins,Relation being gave ab-.IfMra. Juice 4'., 99\ Potatoes R R R 39' Sausage. . . 3 u.. 89e i

sent, her report was read on
"Legislation" !
Mrs. Jenkins was absent dueto
being a delegate at the National / 1 I 1 t
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Convention in Detroit.
Mrs. Ruth Shongood was J
recognized by Mrs. Leach as I ttiJtjII
the announced Mrs. Shonfood :
recently had been elected second
vice-president of the Sere-
Mans chapter of the American _
Saving and Loan Institute.
Vie speaker of the evening was !I
.let. Newell Gurbadt from "
Sarasota Savings and Loan. : I,
An Interesting movie ',on I \
"Personal Development" by ;
kin Earl Nightengale was ,
shown, I!

|11N Oars wfr SS r Mav4 odic
We offer our sympathy to sussoeiUait ..
Mrs. Harry Norwark od Mana-
IOta Beach Road whose father
Mr. John Bohllng, passed ) OM Year Choke With $5 or Mon Order \ TWO YOUR CHOtCtSAVC45 UPTON AsTOR .. I,
evay In New York last Friday. '
3 5c .5c
Mrs.Norwark has been In Cast ea -Pkg .
i r r SAVE lOc SAVI b I0
Quogue, N. Y., since July 8 or BEECHNUT "
She was called there due to THRIFTY MAR '

her ilL Mr*.We daughter Norwark'are happy being daughter to seriously, report, Mrs COFFEE Baby'S Food 511. Peaches . 5 .Ns,2VaGas LWFIYe $100 ,>., .. yh''

b age Griffett, is much bet SAYS -ASSORTEDCOLORSOIANTIIZeScoll ,
r. 0. 6 ..*,t.i 49 Towels . . Y : 25C
Mr md Mrs. George W. Lee : : /
and daughter returned to their SAVE oe-ASSORHD COLORS SOFT-WEVi ,.
home In Arlington, Va., lest EAaltTFIherti r
Pride y. They have been guests Folgors Astor Toilet Tissue . ll 19C ;
of Mr*. Lee' parents Mr. and .

Mre" 1ft..L.0 The. Gillette Lees on have Bayshor been 1 1.1j;'Gi 59c 1.-Lb. I aq 4ge ALL POPULAR BRANDCigarettes SAVE4UMrS >>.... "

making wood for annual the past trip few to Engle-year SAYE tae SAYl21c Tomato Juice . ., u.a Far IIII.SC ...

end they enjoy this area very SAVE
much Aircraft! Mr.Service Lee Ie 1 at manager-Washing-of SAY...-THRgTYMAIDSwEET! SAVE 4e-DIXIE; ....LINOPOUND Motor 0.-1 4 'c--t $}oolr :
toe National Airport.' ". .. 2\\ Else KING SIZE OR FILTER r I"y

tor. and Mr- .- : Potatoes.I I .' f c. !17c Cake r. r r r .... 35c '
Alfred Govro
and Mr*. A. J. Krou of Hep- :: 12 hk >
hoe Drive enjoyed the day Cookies 39 Rolls ,I ,
Sunday in Boca Grande They Ir r r r 8REGULAR WISCONSIN DOMESTIC
** ome fishing Md Mrs EVE 3< CAMP Eltl TOMATQ RAVE 164.CUT RITE(LIMIT FOUR CHOICE' Longhorn Cheese u.59c Blue Cheese .& 89c Il ''
ahowed her skill ill\ NtiETall 1 .
catching_ fish lflt Wax Paper 4 tale etn. 2.59 J I'IRIItANDSl.ICIO'IOCISlAMI.J<:AN COTTAOT ',
. Soup .. a' 1 $1Q0 n 47c SUCheese l 29ea 55c
-- FREE ---- \: Plastic Wrap 4 .. Cheese * c., c..
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Register For I 200
FREE RADIOTO -0-MY MIXES souaufOP runs SlAMPS so II1U raP rauSTW$
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I Youth Clinic Takes Olive Arnell Low Net Venice vs. Englewood Tomorrow Night I


i Begins Monday Olive Arnell's 41 captured In LL Senior. Division. Tourney Opener

I Class A honors in the low net --- -- - --- - - -- - .

ll 1* pm. bin artj.,.... win hi.I. At Lake VeniceCarl tourney, held yesterday by Venice and Englewood will way next weekend. lard, Richard Rohlwing, Steve --;
Myakka\ Lanes .'ivttt 71 pr Mai hftndteftp rut moll members of the Lake VeniceWomen' meet here Friday (tomorrow) This is the second year thee.iior Dalton, Gordon Struble and fOg' aA
|of to* II runVenetian.. Rohmann Golf Assn. at Lake at 7:30 p,m. in the first gameof division of little league Randy Willis (alternate), Kl- enloYableday GOLf
Manaar Mint Ml .. promanager
> Nanrr Cm* the district Senior Little
... 8ummrra Nnraarr IM-42I: Jar of Lake Venice Golf Venice Golf Club has been in operation and it is wanis; Steve Deans, Mike of
........ League tournament
I ; "" Bowl
Nurmr. 111-471
unman Kumar. 0704461. Oth. blip! Club will begin his fifth Runnerup In Class A was Jer. Naples, the third entry in the the first tournament to be held Graff Mike Rich and Jeff _
."......-. B",.. ,Walmilar' t07-M4l: fcd (Fftr >rtr arty w,.> !....> junior rllnle and golf pro. ry Urankar with a 42Vi.\ tourney, drew. a bye and will here. All action tomorrow and Knuckles, First National Bank; TRY '
.ldorIo. 104 r .. ... ..
om toll tttrUm
H l IIi.! Wdmhlp ehanird gram Monday at 10 a.m. Class B laurels went to Emma Venice- will take at the Ron Johnson, Pat McDonaldand
Ml IUo." 17t-lM: 1.440.|| Onoprr. band whra DM martin* AneW Oil meet the winner of the Saturday place SARASOTAGOLF
1ft.4af. Aandlnni Summ,.. Nur...... tnun ....'u.... all limn fn>m Dunn All boys and girls from 7 Manning with a 40, while Englewood game at 7:30: p.m. municipal athletic field on Barry Young (alternate),
KnHn" Caran an4 Tram No. J. It. Chevrolet. to nor* on. and ....halfnirm through<< 17 years of Center Bill CLUB
age are Terry Hatton Venice Shopping ;
la I Par oil, "-111 Enitawood Net> I Irr III front or Wood rhmUr-PIr. was second in Saturday Field Avenue, just south of the
1414Taaabr. mntiUi d.. to their ...lIltl.. the pclnta, Invited to enroll. As In past this grouping. with a 41\%. Winner of the final game will city trailer park. Bailey Randy Young; and DAILY GREEN 0A I Ii
I 1\\ W .5! I. 214.107 u'' with Porln, Barber. Oh: ,.. Gulf Tilton years, there will be no In Class C it Florence All- Braun, Osprey; and Dan ftfl
Rouh n.. ., Dot ; ;: : moved. out of the cellar with 4 was advance to the St. Petersburg Members of the Venice Ricky FEES ... .. .. . VViUll .
lr.-HO Dee, DH a DaiiH 477.17141, point win over Out Paint. Leo F.,. charge<< for Instructions and Beatty in first place with a 39. tournament which lets under. Star team are Richard Bliz- Jarvis, Sarasota Federal. i
(.Innr Bl.hl and rmma v..., 110 use of equipment. Just Off Baa Ridge Rd.
; malnlalned kiD lot with
averan alit Anna Yarger and Neah Hand. *
1 -K -K
Halm .
Caull 1 I' Dew Dot a lerta i oa .... of 10'.1"0.111. Jack Youths South of Sarasota
Dana and MCM. 19.1! T,. Lata. P.t I Bullork rolled. t.p isms of 221 and a Interested In participating ley tied for runnerup with 41's. '
.L.,n.laiaWadniad Kacar. S:'a, 18019| Wkka4. W... bit with IM a tit rie and. Herman,.,. Art Duke RII followed pouted. i are asked In to the program at Next week's event will be I GLL Jr. Division All Stars Play July 23 --
report the another low
>r "B" SrraMi Larrr I a S04 and Ilia. Hop Harrla- bad tourney.
Johnam. Hrll KaU. !-7I41 i Boa Nona I Ill and Ed P.400.630.I MOI'jFISHING pro shop al 10 a.m. sharp. I day's act- FREE
finale of the opening _
.. 104: Staa Alkm. 471; e'.. 01... The Gulf Little League Jun. will meet Punta Gorda Thurs
mum. MO: Jim HI.h_... Mi: TcanNo. EAGER SELLERSHEPHERDSV lot Division All-Stars (Venice) I day, July 23, at 7 p.m. in the ion in the district tournament. ENGINE ANALYSIS
t. 1".1911. RUutdlnp Teem No
the first day will
All on
'. !*.. the Spiel... Th. Hall NEWSSnook ILL games
: llll: Backyard Citrus E, Ky. For
...... be played at the Sarasota Little Register
Thw.Ily.ltle.....' N..'. """ Rrralrh VII are holding the fishing (AP) -An ancient auto wheel Truck Bumps Car On Slicked Trail League Park on 12th St.
NCIN. For ed to at of FREE RADIOTO
Tram No. 4 1411 I mr Sour Beauty FoodWhen a stop one the toll
.twr, Tram No. 4, Tel Tan SairbOT, spotlight this week with Winners will advance to the
: plazas on the Kentucky Tum- The first rain )In the Venice Mashke of Nokomis who had
lit Mrl Tarrlll til: Lyn Ih...., several fine catches reported second round on Friday where BE GIVEN AWAY 4
ISO; Sips ..1........ 2211 I Larrr Bi.. a newcomer moves to pike. area for more than a week yesterday stopped for the traffic signal.
an, Tm; Hill Grow. Tt4, Harold Joan.Mi from the jetties Florida around the scene will shift to the East JULY 31st
from the North, he The elderly driver couldn't caused a minor traffic Sanders said he pulled ::
711: Tom No. 7. I7SSI41 Bund.Mm From the Tarpon Center Bait Little League Parkat
Ton J.a 4. II.'! Team No. I1MB & Tackle wants to plant a citrus tree In roll down the window but final. accident at 11:10: a m. at the her car to avoid a collision Fort Myers
: Taaa Na I and Team No. 1. Shop on the south jet. I the backyard to satisfy his Iy managed to pound open the caution light on U. S. 41 at and his truck skidded on the Tlce The winner of the Ven- WOODCHRYSLER"PLYMOUTH I
17.54I ty came this report: dream of many years. door which all but fell off. Palermo Place. wet pavement and struck the Ice.punta Gorda game will
U>.. _1.tI.... at U. mmta'iOagkta. John Burden Beaver Dam, This is not only a practical ""Fifty cents," said the toll- Henry Sanders of Tampa right front of the Mashke car. meet Tlce on Friday at 7 p.m.Punta .
. nln.tknu.. Donna and LOKhjMttbr : Ky.. 11 and 12'i-lb snook, jack. I' Gorda will host the
defraud Hiuhrih an4 Do idea says L. W Ziegler, professor taker; driving south, attempted to pull He was charged with failureto
fish and for bait Trail! Ph. 488-4745
Mack ar. arora of 11741.> Iraq: ind ladyfish ; of fruit crops at the University "Sold," the motorist yelledout. his three-ton truck around the have his vehicle under con final two days of the district ISSO S.
LMlila. .nd Nantr Coop ....... JanatJ Steve Thompson, Winter Park, 28. '
July 27 and
of Florida car driven by Mrs Joyce trol. tourney,
.Mmoa and &..... F.... UOH-12O4. 3' .lb. snook Happyland dock, College of
...... Agriculture but
final will bt htfcl thU a frozen shrimp; Mrs. Justine
A taw _I... itlll t.... l I. U>. Haven Beaver Dam, Ky., 18- tunlty to use the Calamondln
.,uk. Lanai w_... Marathon, art Ib snook (her first), pin fish. for kumquat, or Temple orange
too laturdar alibi .dar Lou both their ornamental beau.
Betzner of
ftf II........ N......... Th. amt the North ty and edible fruit.
Jetty Fish Camp had these
.to to til wanm wlih MyiuiiaIAIIM
mm........, and will ....1. promptlyIAII catches registered: Most citrus trees will grow
John Pavill Jr._ Nokomis with little effort. In fact citrus
I four snook = up 'to- 16 Ibs i; trees rivers thrived so well along the AY !
01 SHINE and lakes of the state
Dale Bourdreau and sons Venice
before they were cultivated by
six snook and 12 mackerel

4 rrwr Fred Nokomis(Crickett, four) Niederhauser snook; John, man they,were confused an 18th native century over or not.whether botanistwas grandest life unfler the sun!"

Burgess Nokomis, cobia and a However, tree growth can be
snook; Rick Mahoney, Venice
hindered by two factors extreme
a snook; Dr. Tony Martin
cold and too much wat-
Sarasota, two snook; John
er. Ziegler warns homeownersthey I
f/ Blevins South Venice three
must be able to cope with ,
snook these problems if they want
A few. catches of blue gill successful plantings
and salt and fresh water catfish If
the citrus enthusiast fol.
NOW! were reported by Snook lows the following guidelines,
Haven the River
on Myakka he can expect a reasonable
but were not registered by the chance for satisfactory devel.
II RACES 010 fishermen
opment says Ziegler:
NIGHTLY OPMMATINEES Reports from the Thomas Plant citrus where cold
Bait Ranch on E. Venice Ave., winter winds can be avoided if

WEDNESDAY include Jack Pitts Myakka there is a tendency for low _
200.. AND I River Estates, 4 and !Mb. freshwater temperatures in the area. Such S l -I -1' '1 -I .
I catfish, a sail catfish, protection is not as necessaryon -11-1-1
live shiners.
I homesites in the southern
According to Mrs. Jesse part of the state
Thomas conditions in the My Plant citrus on soil which
CLOSES akka River are improved now Is well-drained If the land is P
that the fresh water has wash. low and
AUGUST 6 poorly drained. It is !
ed the algae out into the gulf. often
possible to build a moundof 1
CONDITIONED She said fresh water fishing in soil and plant the tree on top ,
AIR the canals and lakes in the of mound. This
I the provides a
FOR COMFORT I Venice Englewood and Port :: Charlotte areas has also im ing.

1 SARASOTAKENNEL proved. I b Tt7v...,
More than 16J.000 of the carson
CLUB MORE PEOPLE ARE the nation's highways last

B twe.n U.S. 41.301 SUBSCRIBING: TO AND year were rented, president __
Bradvnton Road READING THE Fred M. Glass of National Car
VENICE GONDOLIER Rental System estimates

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RELISH TRAY Today see our beautiful boat basin opening Into
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CURRIED CREAM of CHICKEN FRENCH ONION, Gratineo the fish-filled Myakka River. Here being built the remarbbi, low ..................... $895

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.I Choice of Dressing Where else a community center with waterfront Permanent 'management. Personally managed .

CAKE PIE terrace, ramp to second level observatory . by E. H. Grayson and Boris Kaye t

't ICE CREAM BEVERAGE SHERBET auditorium for movies and dances. kitchen for a
ALL DINNERS INCLUDE Baled Potato French Fries Vegetable da
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I The Little People Are A'Comin' :" ."\ ,

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liiwk' Puppetry Shows On Venice .', tl .' \


Agenda (Maybe) This FallThe _\ ; ; I Icr .. ';'i'f.

''llttl people" are coming teacher in Detroit public kt ,

to Venice but you won't schools, she also was supervising ; ; !! -"
want to hide art teacher at Wayne State !

In fact, you'll want to go University and Marygrove college
f rh out to meet them and Don She taught In the Detroit i
Breding and Mrs Eroding are Institute of Arts in puppetry .,' 41 i.t

hoping you will It all depends, workshops, had a private studio
however, on whether the two The Carriage House, near
will be able to the show together the ' 'jI
get Wayne campus, where she I .,. '' '
within the next few taught puppetry and mask- -l B 1s

months making and has studied under "; 1. '> "' '
Plans are underway to pre eight of the top puppeteers in r '
sent puppet shows at Venice Europe and this country t ; f .

I Beach, where Breding is life- Her productions Include direction . ,: ;-
slard and concessionaire, but of a group program at ,''I. ,J 'l.A 1..tJ.;,
kK4 first the Bredmps have to learn the Puppeteers of American " '. ,,( :

Puppeteer all about It Mrs. which Vernone Is where National Festival in 1055 numerous -'. ::_ .L ............-.u .l: ....... .A' .....YLr...,..c t .r .. .{.L 'L'., .,.Ai..,.04.114} , \.

Tracey of North Port Charlotte M and Toronto TV programs festivals!( ,Detroit dem- MASKS AND MASKMAKING point one direction for Pup MRS. FOSTER is planning to present "The Golden Nightin- '

In. peteer Mrs. Vernone Tracey who, having been in the field for gale In the this fall and Is shown while
--..--..... ....&. comes She has already sold onstrations at schools and at area constructing
STAGES- IN PUPPETRY construction- are shownin them several of her puppets, the Art Education division of many years, now finds it too strenuous. She is currently some of the characters for the show, She Is carving a styro- i ", I

VARIOUS above figures which will take part in Mrs Sherid Fos- havlnq retired from active par- the Michigan Education Assoc. teaching a class in maskmaking at her NPC studio and is foam head, which already has its nose attached, while two ; .
the of "The Golden tlclpatlon in the field, and will lotion, shows In Port Charlotte shown with construction examples, other puppets await her costuming. :
ler'i presentation Nightingale Cha Lu is in Instrurt them in ..... ...... .
background, completed, and Lady Yee, her sweetheart, the presentation Sarasota and Tampa, and she """f. I -- ---Y -- I' ...._ __. .. . ..""""""" .
the of the shows, : "; 'i i
and M front, are not finished has served on many panels in ,. \ .? "
yet ,
Hon, Ung, .e.M..o: _ Other "little people" mean discussion of creative drama 11'O .f'' <"J' ''1 .'
time are being "born," severalat with children ;: ., ,II
I a time under the deft find I I
i ; r I t tI tY artistic hands of their creator, Her Two largest Years production in Making was I! eGundoner J 1
Mrs Sherid Foster of South
Venice, and are in various for the Puppeteers of America t tl
Festival in August 1959, which
stases of creation, getting J
I was two In rehearsal and
years t tI
ready to make their debut
somewhere production. It was a Chinese
In the urea this fall
in "The Golden Nlnhtincnle,"' shadow play, "The Painted
Where and when Mrs. Foster Is Eyebrow and required 10
manipulators and 25 artists to
not sure because she la so busy
create the characters,
with her little ones that she
She also wrote the section
I hasn't yet had time to plan
puppetry that was incorporatedinto
their future In punnetry, no
the Handbook for Art
punpeta t no show, so their creation -
dofm'tely' corner first, Teachers In Detroit. I
A serious illnes brought on
Oldest Tr-Mter t
Mrs. Tracey's retirement five
The oldest of the theatrical
I II years a"O and she moved to
arts mipoetry existed long be-
North Port Charlotte three
I I for the legitimate>: theater. It I '
jean! ago where she now live .
was prevalent the early
among with her tyrant-cat, Mr. Tim,
Egyptians and the American
winsome Irish harridan marionette /
Indians were fond of the medium
:Mrs. O'Toole, sole survivor j
of her family! which was ,
It also contrary to current
stolen at an exhibit. and a ( plioto bjr Bob ob.sds.ei)
belief m this side of the Atlantic
Is not "just for children < family of assorted rod puppets IMBUED WITH HIS WIFE'S enthusiasm, Sherid Foster, a greatly her artistic creations and is shown holding the 'splen

." Although it lends itself retired engineer, has assisted her with her hobby since they diferous dragon, Mu Manchu" whom she built of red velvet i \ I
delightfully to fantasy and the Among the various tynes of came to Florida. He helps] construct the sets, handles the She exhibits two "whosis-whatsis' sock puppets which she .
producer can successfullytake puppets she has worked with lighting and pinch-hits wherever needed, He also admiresart whips up for informal entertaining, and' just plain fun :
marionettes which
are are
1 liberties his counterpartin manipulated bv wires, like which are required in puppetry Puppeteers of America con '
legitimate theater would Mrs. O'Toole: rod pupnet with vention on Miami Beach where .
they renewed old acquaintances I
the figures on the end of long Has Training Advantages
ev said, adult productions In-
rigid sticks wand to To Mrs Foster this is of and acquired new Ideas.
puppets one
.. .._....,. cluding adaptation from some EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
---= ""' Some 300 of the approximately
to be waved on the end of a the major advantages in puppetry
HOW TO MANIPULATE a rod puppet is being shown by of the best tragedies' provide
slender flexible stick, hand study, Not does the 1,000 association membershipwere TRADITIONAL
Mn Foster as she operates the arms of Basala, one of her some of the high spots of theater and took
pupnets worn as glove and actor or actress become present they
puppets which Is constructed with head and hands of wood. a aspiring in workshops and watched :. Let ut style your favorite vase
shadow puppet! whirl are acquainted with vocal part .
The during stands behind the Mrs. Tracey's background In pre ceramic Into beautifullampl.
m operator, a production, stage sented on a two-dimensional training, he also learns to deal 20 or more performances by or
and lefts level, the art is formidable An art .
the to
puppet stage plane with the problems of costuming the best professionals and amateurs < Rewiring fle ryfi/j]

Plan For Area stage design, sets, lighting All Lamp Repairs
One of Mrs. Tracey's students and acting Because his results So Reserve your seats, when
and co-workers In Detroitwas are seen! only through the the two productions take form //orl by Experienced Designers end

Mrs. Foster, who br.ou.Shl: .! actions._of his puppet, great and "go on the boards. Craftsmen :
her enthusiasm and future puppetry skill and "reading into"' the Youngsters will have to move LI "
plans right along with part Is required of the mantup fast because both Breding and I THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

her Unlike Mrs Tracey, who later Mrs. Foster anticipate presentations -
now finds presentations too ex. The two puppeteers have just which will aim to captivate I 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA

acting and plans to concentrate returned from the National the adult audience also
on mask.making and art, Mrs
1 F s Foster Intends to make the art
available to the community.Both .
: 4a have presented shows, J

Mrs Tracey an eight-production -

number in Port Charlotte, '
and Mrs. Foster In South Ven- '

Ice.One I ::1
of the mayor difficultiesI
y Yj I! that the manipulators also \ l
have to be trained but to Mrs s9A
Foster, who has loved the art
since her childhood in Ger

many, this is not an insuper
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4e She has Interested her hus.

bind a retired chemical research aY.
/j jV engineer, in puppetry
j jI jf
V 4 tk and he is an able and enthusiastic ,
+, assistant in staging,
I lighting and manipulating. She I j
r rt1 also has taught a children's

class at South Venice Com-
4 munity Center and the youngsters .
-i JLL presented a show For

"T the one she is currently planning -

MR. TIM, authoritative ruler of the household Mrs. O'Toole that she collapsed into a seated "The Golden Nightin- a
of Mrs Vernone Tracey, demonstrates position on the foot of Mrs Tracey who was gale," she would prefer teenagers -

I.his' fondness for Mrs O'Toole, sole marionette manipulating the wires, Marionettes (Little as manipulators, or
remaining in Mrs Tracey' collection, His Marys) differ from puppets in that puppetsare adults whose Interest In theater .

tentative buss seems to have so surprised ulrectly operated on rods or by hand, Includes all phases of the '

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misses pictured here are Phyllis Bowsher and Lorraine with his parents


Camp For Retarded Opens ,

Hi name was Johnny. He Ion of trained, experienced or combination cafeteria
ni eight years old and had counselors. torlum have been
inndjr hair with a ruddy completion The director is John F Jacobs An old automobile with
.He had a gleam in hit BSE, University of FlorIda ed wheels has been
ye like any normal, mischiev- He is also certified as a camp officials for use ,
join 1-year-old boy From all teacher of mentally handicap. "clown car" to help
butwiii appearances Johnny pod children. Also on the staff the youngsters k S
Lu wt like other boys of his In addition to a consulting med. Camp Chipola is
Lge,Johnny was a special child Ical doctor, Is a registerednurse 70 acres of rolling
HI mental retardate. and Charles M. Coaker, Northern Florida near +
lieu a birth defect and had AB, MS who is clinical psy ington. The camp site is q
Johnny far behind the in. chologlst with the Child Guidance the white sandy banks i
elllgence level of normal Clinic of Pinellas County. Santa Fe River.According .
!iildren. Because of this John Camp Chlpola Is approved, to camp
ir wasn't accepted by other endorsed by or meets all the the camp s current
hildren in the neighborhood applicable requirements of the 5
will be limited to :
nd never seemed to have any. Florida Conference of Social activities at the- outset.
iiw to play with. He spent Welfare; the American Camp-
ore and more time in his log Association; Florida State I X>CgOf} X> t
oom alone. His parents wereecomlnf Board of Health: American
concerned Amtnclatlon of Crippled Child. *( VENICE
Although Johnny is a name,I j.n-- du'Ad l Guide for c't .
''ctitiously used in this story, Camping for Handicapped. GULF
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with Elvis . : ,
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have pooled their resources lone. according to officials of _
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June Opening worthwhile. Supervised : f
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organization of a summer lookouts, nature study sessions Ail I
ramping"facility for the "spec. overnight camping. storytelling t
child, called Camp Chip- folk dancing and for
ole 1 Long a dream of Florida children who may: horseback Jerry Lewis I
educators and' laymen, the riding. Controlled classes in beginning I ,'
camp became a reality this and advanced swim.
June when it officially received COMINGYOGI
its first campers ming and other water sports BEAR I ;
will be held.
A complete program of summer The atmosphere of the campIs FULL LENGTH ?
camping activities will be natural not clinical I Rustic -
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Letters To The EditorTo Men's Garden Club ColumnBy I

I\ ,)\ t.:\ ,. The Editor: Will the day eventually come JAMES A. WINNPETUNIAS manure and a generous por- plant In the holes press ..

j ; : In the Issue of July Bth's when the office will seek the lion of good peat "moss which earth In around the plant v..
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'll and careful not to
If GONDOLIER a writeup is man' As long as some peoplecan This Is a discussion of bow serves as a soil conditioner retention. of Ing the le....... Water cover u,
,, ,"'. found on the first page, "Big get something for nothing I, an ordinary home gardener, assists in moisture each lich1I;
i Gain in Postal Receipts" anda they will never work for it. raise petunias. I cannot be. In addition I like to us* some

,., mention 1* mad as to Postmistress Very truly your, scientific In telling you because bone meal for it seem to give the rua* Feeds There art mu,

'1\\ ;,.,: Florence Johnson of "BARNICAL BILL" I do not have that kind of in- a little more sturdiness to good plant foods Select: "

.1 Or Tax ASSOCIATED PRESj KBIIBCB: OF TUB FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION the Englewood postoffice. Venice, Florid. formation. What I have learned pUnU. Let this bed "rert" for if kind that you like best u
, : At occasional periods our about the subject came about ten days, especially from which yon get good Ksuits.

.. n. A-a..d. Pr". II ...'....,' ..uo../ Is rw _bll...". DI .11 ..s dIP.rb..dlt. d family visits Ormond Beach, To The Editor from information obtained your petunia planting follows I prefer Nutri-Sol, IDC,
I -. M a. a1".I..dkd. 4a lllia ,._, ad aIaa bed .b1labod ...... AU rrehb II .......__ (Daytona and : torn other crop of annuals. put a little on oiy plants
II ap.eld .......b. on .... ,send.. region) have use The lead article In the July from other and from my experience en;
I I' 11"1'4 no ... b.-I ....rt..I.. oont.nt .r lllia a.ap.p. II awrltktd ad III ..bU..tI. II ai of the Ellinor Village post office /8 GONDOLIER relative to the"closing" *. Keep the bed moist but do day until they begin to g? '
prwb. t.hldd.a' N .,,_ .....1...... and it Is thru THAT post Petunia are easy to raise. in eo.klt. well. Do not use too muck, "fa-
North Manasota
i I. office wherein informed of Flor- I petunias enough to keep the pi
We were this part of the risaist grow my _
PetlUlu' Cwr Bondi td Thundi Ifrum 11 Ml a UtmmAmu\ Key bridge without provision
to the of the will_ lecured from my growing. When the plant C'A.
EnunW At SOTO. C'_ II.IUf At Port Offlc AI vela florid. as usage for access to the mainland at Wsey W from plant hit,
I word "postmistress" and that almost raisethemselves i nurwrymen. I have had only good starts cut down on tk,

It EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher of "Lady postmaster. Ellinor of that point comes This as 1 Is somewhat but ,mediocre success in trying to plant food In order to pet

i, COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager Village postoffice had a Lady a surprise of the observation especiallytrue that not too well. grow plant from seed. Select flower and not too Beck vim t, .
Postmaster.We They must be plants with care, pick Petunia need A.C
SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor are Informed that it Is Commissioner of a temporary Huston' proposal planted rightand your healthy looking plants, not moisture and food. They ademM ahoty. ,

ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent IMPROPER to use the term for "lack of support.causewaydied then they necessarily the largest but the be prayed about once a mast
"Postmistress" and the postal Residents north of the bridge must receive best developed plenU. This t* to control funfua diseases SM!

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county W.25 per year, $3 29 per six months, $3 79 authorities use the word "Lady were (and are) vitally Interested loving care.Planting the lima to decide on the colon insects. I use X-Cel Card*!\.

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, J625 per year, $..%5 Postmaster" in its place in access to the mainland Bedi and varieties. I like to plant Spray Dust When the btossa*
per six months, $3 per three month 1 This is being drawn to your at that location. Many residents Prepare your the same color in one bed and come and wither do not in t
kind attention and 1* NOTa planting bed by the colon in another the dead one to clutter
to mix
.. .rtlaln. lUtnvMUtimi. 1o.1d. Pn. P.pkr* G.In.Nlk' riLl, AMtfcurnuUv N..e.p. a- as far south of the
., M.. rank' N Y.| .u...*. 0.., O roM. III.... criticism merely an item bridge as three miles were interested giving a thor- bed, or at another location in plant; nip or cut these dt{
we had been Informed of and so as to avoid the Wise ough working. the tame bed. I find it advisable blooms off. Petunias make *
passed on. washboard road south even Should there be any doubt a- to put the plant in the ceptable cutting: flowers MId ei
Good Man For The Job-He'll Need Help MARTIN S. ROBINSON when they go to Englewood.I bout fungus bacteria in the round ai soon ai possible after thrive under the cutting If lie

S24\ Shamrock Blvd., appealed to the Board of ground !rIft the bed a treatment purchasing thtm. above seems to involve alat.*.;
LeRoy Collins has been handed the you, gradually, over a period of time, Venice Carders. County Commissioners on with an approved fungi Planting Time Petunia may work think of the pay-off _,

toughest job in the United States today- that I am worthy of being accepted by ; three occasions, beginning! as cide. Ask your garden supply be planted from September profusion of beauty.
bill work To ; early as January 1904, for such dealer about the type to use, through February and often a*
mating. the new Civil Right If are wise, will learn
you. you very and follow his advice. Work C
I was very pleased to see the relief. They were all, without late a* March. I like to plant
without undue persecution, prosecution or eventually to judge me by what I am, item "There Are No Federal exception sympathetic to our Into the bed the proper amountof mine about the middle of Oc I

bloodshed. He it probably the best man rather than by what I loot l Ike. Funds" in your issue of July needs and anxious to' provide Milorf anlte, tankage or cow tober. Ask other gardener You maybe

who could have been found for the posi 8. It was ouite appropriate following some access. Back in the late about their planting time pretence A
This is the kind of help that LeRoy "Know What 'Your're goring,, Howard Emig a resident *. a

tion.. Collins will need to make a success of Voting For" and "If The War south of the bridge andI Planting Do not crowd :your a

But he will need the help of every man the Community Relations Service which Is To Be Won" which preceeded called on Chuck Morgan to Demos Commend plant in placingthem in the .drinking
it in editorial columns.If ascertain the status of .
a cause
end of' will in the if your
woman good country President Johnson has appointed him to round. I prefer to space my
not only your paper but way. He said that it was being
about three feet apartto
Ke it to succeed. direct. The vast majority of United States all news mediums were to repeatedly considered but could give us plant to
The debiting it over, end the bill has will call attention to the no further Information.At Johnson WarrenThe give ample room
and to
citizens are 'law-abiding, try spread. Into the holes I put a water
fact there is no "government( one point someone, T be- dirty e
become lew. There are many peopleIncluding live by and with the law money," only "taxpayers'money" lieve Commissioner Huston, little water, a bit of peat moM e
who think that and about third of a handful
this writer a
time had s
some the constructive ides of
It is the few who are not, who are every project Sarasota County Demo- of tankae. After placing the
tome parts of it are unconstitutional. There is proposed bv our representatives Interesting bridge contractor cratic Executive Committeehas i

will be a long period of testing throughthe cause for national concern. Though their or Is included on our In the causeway, so that he commended Johnson Warren .withoutknowing
ballots at the local higher could his and . 1i
numbers are comparatively small, they or get equipment N
of Democrat member of the
until the final i
courts approval
levels we would have fewer supolles to the west end of the
each dotted "i" and crossed "t" it given/ have a tendency to cluster together quickly "Just Voters" Even "Informed vrolect without them being Board of County Commissioners GOOD BUY

by the U. S. Supreme Court. at the slightest hint of trouble St. Voter*" are prone to forget hauled 25 or more miles for on the a money-saving proposed Sarasota proposal
unless their memories Jog- around. it!
Augustine recant it a case in point are
the agony court house
Until the courts have spoken it it expansion.
led( at the right time or In Also, C. C. Wflmot alerted
/ obey one man, with a handful of followers, will- Johnson was tributed in a I tun mai40SaV
duty of every American citizen to times of plenty to be too the Venice Area Chamber of .
set out to provoke few Incidents for the future. resolution passed by the committee Ift 99 WOvtvBfi MOR .
this law it it citiien'i duty a Ine to mortgage! Commerce to our plight. Its
just as every water k iktrl M SMTcostal
: publicity's sake, and at once the hot heads Poverty has existed for along board of directors adopted a for "the type of representation eeee.e.I tartUes
rest ,
to obey all lavs. Where there is a conflict the voters of Sara-
time and places resolution IRIUMNCtfGOOD
strong urgingthe (
many very
between laws, it is and must be the and the knot heads came flocking.As but it suddenly becomes an temporary access causeway IOta (county) should expect I Mud eMsNMasNoM,alfaa. warns\ *,M-and LIe

of Florida's truly moderngovernors issue In the frenzied search for but too seldom have received.
Job of the courts to decide which law is one great YaitrvstysMiaadtolMbMrlso LIw
Holland Is the other Issues in an election year even Frankly: I can't believe that In addition to his moneysaving iol.Is a-1 LIk
to be held superior to the other. -Spessard though It produces some more the County Is going to leave us proposal on court house GUY dry sidtleiily, flat

The,,validity of one law, as against another one-Collins has the .experience and temperament Uninformed Voters Hoovers, stranded. The Board of Commissioners expansion plans, Johnson also tsstsiff water. Bet ...

law, cannot be decided by personal I which will be required In abundance Roosevelts, Rockefeller., and has been too considerate was lauded for "repeatedly. i. jeCM/ cMI *11II...
Kennedys can afford the hon. of the need of Mana representing the people ofSu.sota .-IIY.Inupen&""' .
violence any more than a law can compel In his exacting new job. or of being President but how sota Key in the past to do this. county. and their poc- A spaclal home waterIKer.

/ you to love me like a brother. The President Johnson rang two bells In do candidates for office from It Just may take a little time ketbooks." tile Aostfsn*.

:' law, perhaps, can force you to go through choosing Collins one bell for naming the local level up justify expenditures after the bridge is removed, to The minority member of the remorse ayes ulcre.nw 11I1t. E
eaaeeeel acepIo pertJcIaL
that exceed the salary get! the causeway constructed.At county commission was commended
the motions of fraternal affection even a man who Is to well qualified and one of the offices for the entire least, let's hone so. a* "a true representative filter aim' JOB r

though we both know that your basic bell for naming a Southerner Since the term in which they are so JOHN MADDIN, of the people of Sarasota thossaadsel. goOses Rnered of ItaSi"'
anxious to "serve the people"? Manasota Xe County and Democrat." apartthIC dealt '':;;
feeling toward me has not been changed. Civil Rights bill will have its chief effectIn a good rot Am in t TIRE DrcnuNct nIIr.Cell.lodsJ.De '11.11 *
The committee with
Nevertheless, If you are wise you will// the South the very naming of a conciliator new members, held, its seven July cost Is smaller Oseya'd } ::,_"-Z $
:' go through the motions. If I am wise, 1l I Ij from that region will go far toward meeting at the Venice branch Hugh G. McPherson ayes

will accept the motions at face value, and easing the sting of the defeat which Too Late To ClassifyBy of First Federal Savings IE GULFSHAMROCKPLUMBING pd
l Loan Assn. The new members 1712 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL pr
that does the South's suffered in
net seek to extort an emotion legislator Con RUSSELL KAY Included Paul Romance, Russell INC.

not eiist. If I am very wise, I will show gressPolk County Democrat Thomas, John F. O'Toole, Opposite Venice Gardens ,
Excuse me for ]laughing but television effort. If a stranger Nancy Ross, Paul Cummings,
. Easier To Chatter when I picked up my paper to- from paradise or another planet Sue Young and T. Burt Nelson. p esioit 428 E. Venice Ave.

:: day and learned that the giants chanced to tune in imaginethe STATE FARM Ph. 484247 48S-244S I

Meat of us tall too much. With our sires. Perhaps, people do not listen because of American industry had been impression he would get of OseIO..IwMNlnablak' .
taken to the tune of over a the wonderful world we live in. Hnme seeds t
torques, we destroy dignity demolish we talk too much about nothing. hundred million bucks by a He could not help but assume e

I barriers of ,privacy. and damage the reputations When, a child is trying to tell his daddy group of smart swindlers, I that we were the dirtiest E'wood Legion 1

of our friends. All too often we about the games he hat been playing, just couldn't hold back the stlnkingest, sickliest humans in Venice Area Church Directory 1
salty tears of mirth. the whole universe We have
I spill the entrusted secrets we had no when high-school about 1
a girl gabs boyfriends
Not that I condone the swindlers bad breath, body odor, ath
I Idea of telling when the chatter began. when a woman, tails over the back but it is awfully hard to lete's foot hookworm, falling Meets July 20 ST. NATHANTin/SJ VMSOOFAt.CHU TKIMTT MCTSODISf CXOICaTWlw

I Perhaps this is what prompted WillRogers fence, who listens carefully "Who feel overly sorry for the poor hair, beastly headaches, pain, ( ODO *CHOH !. OHlM Lo*. 1 1I I
clucks that took the for tension, heartburn, cavities ENGLEWOOD Legionnalres Hjftkrwt CtarMMVEM1CB
rap Tm W t M UtkttooM
remark "The Lord w.w, ,
to good M
gave cares, is the Tennessee Williams theme.If such heavy dough.In dandruff irregularity, pimples, will assemble at their It**, Fitar O. Ifadm. TIa,. ,wsca, Ii.. sad.5a.dyr 5,50 ::

you two en and only one' mouth, and you do not think this la a pretty accurate my book they had it coming constant backache and an upset headquarters on Monday night, Yob 5x.40 O..asM 5.nhu' axe Itt sad uhi M wahoa Dmld ..... 54.5.4 T..d., 5.. 1

It ii up to you to use them accordingly. of they went out on a limb stomach.No July 20, for the '. midsummer 1
description people then A&SUIBLT or COD
." There it virtue in silence and listen- we asking for it with the bright- matter how often we business session.An V.lM B>Wir M Mrrtto ATCBMtun. CPISOOFAI.Aa amt _MtSSU tmtff
Iii challenge you to listen to the conversations eyed, bushy-tailed Madison bathe or how much deodorant' important feature) of the Vkto II.....* r._ P.4. II.... vr.a

1 Ing. in your own home tonight. If we ere Avenue boys edging them on. we use our laundry is so dirty meeting will be the announcement h.II...........Sated Wanhb.ISiN, lliot uk.... .. e*.* .a.. .w.sCle .....

Silence can enhance on.'. position with wrong, then are an, extremely lucks For some time now these and smelly that no single detergent of the poat standing com. 1_... Sara .lot ... rissT BAmn CKUBCB
you same merchandising giants will get it even halfway mlttees for the ensuing year "'011.-'. ..... 11_... ai.e .... N04. etxa.a SIra
ether likes hear
people. No one to a person. The x.., Cbrle Y 0M5M.a
have been last and Post Commander Bill Haste
playing clean. We must use at VBNICB-MOKOIflS KETHODUT Yaw
loudmouth and, certainly, no one likes to loose with the American house. least five other softeners, and his staff of officers will CHURCH .....,. ...,.. 5doL
be a part of a conversation when he cannot Try watching other people's eyes ass wife with their hard sell, knock whiteners and purifiers in addition conduct the meeting for the Pate Anon a PotaMttl 41S4MI =a., w..04p earl

'1 get a word or idea into the mainstream expressions and you quickly will find out 'em down and drag 'em to the If we don't want our first time under the new Wonhl Joki SOT Lnta to*i Joam SiM, .P......u..* U P' Y5 Mod ..
who it interested In what have to cash register, sales effort. laundry to come out with that regime. Gawl. *..<.
lay. .
when the idea strilei. you IMP
1"" Therefore it civet ached. .. Ida as W<*MHI tl6 M* Ml+m*
have operated on the "telltale with "body Commander Haste
They gray" or announces ...-
When talking can always YakodW rank . 555.a
will be worthwhile to be silent of you are you
Id some theory that the American grease" around the collar end the post's annual membership _

\ the time because others will appreciate know who It paying attention by observing housewife has the mentality ofa perspiration stains under arms. drive will get off to an sea a./NANUxL a Twl..l LUTHERAN T.5 oruaca cJR1JIOB: or TO JlAUUIIII

It and will be at how the kinds of listening sounds your half-wit and that she can be The soap w* use lathers like early start this year with a FMter. Ckwta L 4,5/145.... :
you surprised suckered into buying anything the jaw of a mid dog to start mission of reaching the assign Chore :.---i. ,, u. I. Rant ::-t.:1 ad nl
I I much you will learn. audience it making.In if she is conned into thinkingshe with and before the bar of soap ed membership quota at an washlr. l"iM ...1) Q M. ......4,54,54.... Y6ba.PU..a .

One of the recurrent themes in the the final I analysis, you will find that is getting a bargain is half used it is so hard and early date. ,L4&U1D1 LUTHERAN CHUIICB tmtft Selml HtMonlM ....

silent most of the time is So they come up with a va- worthless that you might as AU eligible veterans of the 4 aI .IaaUo... a U.L 45 WaHtfe. IttSeY
play of Tennessee Williams Si that people keeping a very rae eve II. H. Y.,.. 41N504 ttk linU* SiS *
: rlety of trick offer They offerso well try: and bathe with a pieceof area are Invited to attend s.vw., l.,tO as sIsi a.x.a nsa p..
do/ not listen to one another He it rewarding experience; after all have you much off on this and so herringbone, but remember Monday night's session and anew, 1,11 as wd..d.r P.,. Ye.Ma T55 p.

telling about everyday conversations, the ever heard of anyone referred to at the much off on that but they the housewife who bought the membership application form ear cr... SlIS ..ov CATHOUOCBtnca c

seemingly Insignificant things by which weak silent type? never tell her "off of what. tuff got 10 cents off. will be available. HRST CHURCH OF CHRIST or owe SPVEANracRN'nrr Red
throw coupons around Hortk HariMrOrlTC wl e..a.r
we reveal our short-term hopes and de Luington; Leader, like They confetti and advertise *M W. v...(.,. AMU* T....... -.w11
e.ylev.11 Bt> ave Ibfik -.. w.oIIU ---
everything from soap to dog = as
. I "II Grass Roots food "new" and "Improv : Sx ei, as Snidu MMMfc 5,5M..
Opinion as "'- .. I4.4 k
ed" the J best recipe for folks ........ _. I' as w 4 Pea 1101" 00IIf h51aa./55a._. ...... 4tMtil r .<..
COLUMBIA, TENN.. HERALD: "As-for Likes Us." From regular packages they 4 a..s., aM It.IooUdQ... sat ran p... aM to Si** a.

f; ourselves . W* think all newspapers advanced to "Bier," "Family newly moved to
'N should of their Oonv II rtoU mmt Dais
belong to
one or more *
1' OCRATj "Know about artificial respiration stuffed the packages with Mrs Mite D.PUUK
trade organizations and that all Intlividu.l. tow. anew Sntocl. tiu rouT pRissrruuAN
own everything from glasses Venice u. .
I and how to apply it. The Winkl. IOTTM* U..* .... -rO.N. ,
should be members of els and dishes to horse blank- ,. 11I\ or.- J --
s somechurch mouth method Is explained In the First ets. No matter how many BtoW u srd r.. ,.lOt Tan es a.. Wx........ ...... a155 a._,
'( I tome organizations such as the Aid Manual of the American Medical heavy premiums they hide in Take ana phone call (or coupon Mow, ), CSUan.tit.... ......ClaM-

It :I: Chamber of Commerce and the Heart: Association. It Is not very difficult. Startimmediately the grab bag package you add hostess with baskets of gifts and .\UVDITH... Tru DAY H BL ADVBmiST..* II Rv 41NohaH CALVAA R&POILM W causCa) -
it containedmore Information about the city stir IIl'nu. fta.
Association, and otherwise get In and could be assured 0' 'PlICII U&IWlI
I' the victim can survive with- than ever Ins hospitality, and you'll have peon Itmift L Outo.Sumitr.
of the product i -
pnI' r an Y.u rti -
pitch with the rest. But we will fight to ==- :155&n .Ui4t 11. .. .. ..= ft"u
.. out oxygen to the brain for only a few before! trout and delightful welcome Just e. ..i Id s BOT Lea
.. ...
the last ditch efforts to force how .w wkat i *>a k
any any Nobody knows many phone > .
his back
minutes. Put the victim on pull VIMIC TOI.OMI PRESBYTERIAN IYon.s WrUIl l/55 as
i. newspaper to be a member of a privatery hundreds of million of coupons CHURCH ea....... ........, f>SS Mkcsnmoi _
the chin well up, male certain the windpipe they scattered over the ancbtort DM A. Role.

: operated, closed-shop trade organize. Is clear. Put your mouth over thevictim' country, but If a few ..wlndler.oper.tinK Welco 444 TIM> ..abler. 4I44UISchool .... eT ."IIASL'W ;
time In-order to go Into business against and In one small area agon' eu.d.r lUt u.Wonkto or SWOLBWOOOBJ.
mouth pinch shut his note Snilun Sotout son .... S.. Siam Stales W.
t ... for example. That Is what a closed could take them for over one 'Vllnnkle H.I1I II .... UOOT Su. P.M
blow hard. to I IS times
12 ,
Repeat per hundred million dollars think -. Ste Mr 155 a.Eabax .
1. .:: shep of any kind gets down to, In the minute; keep it up until medical I help what they could have done if "W08 a"n-'Ma. ---555 Ys a..
PHONE,, tAort HAUt urisoopAL CJTOROH
I. .last analysis. they had been operating nationwide
1 es arrives, makes shud w.--ww-wa..ra sew w..w w-wwey 51...... M SwnmIW *
,, c SOUTH BOSTON, VA, GAZETTE-VIR. It you ROT Dwkt DM PMtonM, lOTtor Gawonaaacaassnu*
GINIAN . it takes I bad der.But I WoadSae.
T :
k'p' Lie last "They found 40 microphones In the U. S.Embassy the coupons and theirpackages "so ell this coupon to let n know you're here -- St Esy. ..-.... tk VANOBUOAL* ROT S. H..LED. t Ot.*H .....
Z Mother
from year's much off" printed on : "":' .
it ? drought, and it takes Mother Nature'sI In Moscow Wa knew that our are a mere radio'and trine to $AAIrADDess I 5.s.M:, S .... .,RedOaWay.11--___.._.M M s Y

I = smile Jibe last wo..'. rains, to male as statesmen talked I lot but we didn't know their enterprising "' -
electronic run lAntai UIURCB or vunciRMv 41kW 5s.5, wMl tsna.r::
extensive .
that they needed that an
feet how utterly dependent w* are an coy I L .u... PMIM :-0-- ... nd

t1 1 silage" w* cannot control. men./ Call It network to pick up all the loose SING DINE DANCE O Plow have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on. maQ e._l.Sota.N:*111** Uk.4iM 'I... II r II a.a""'W" 5u.::

<2 Hi* H streams, the airflow, a quirk)< elf talk. Wonder if they caught any sweet It I would like to subscribe!! to the GONDOLIER I == e bliN ;::.L N5ks 101 __ten _

Nature or call It God, but the fact Isk talk between. the secretaries and their 1- CYROSVENETIAN n I already tubscrlbt to the GONDOLIER I j wa.a. _- tiN ... full iRismui Caroscs

bosses Probably not. No American Fill out coupon and man to CIrculation Dept sours esirca IAPTln 11s"wn II a.wMesfna
of'u... not "matters ourfata'
that .
many MOON ..
\ a o45 enlxad .. .
er..N.u '
would t. M "'
sad) are keenly aware of our depMKhnca abroad would do anything naughty, Frl. I Sat.l11; I Bill _---- .-- ilypRtT' wbI Th.. swrka:.. Arthnr s,4s N..,.Sgllhr. w pr..u0. Is l....: .. Y. M

r rt : err Somebody Up There WiseS they?" IoIoIDI 54 as ,aiey. _aJ 1 ass.

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I ....J- -- All Sharply Expectations Increased, Green Taxes Exceed'I", ''I 1

---, TALLAHASSEE Stat which were earmarked by the half-mill reduction in the tax the general menu fund is ,
Comptroller Ray E. Green reported Legislature for the $1 ,OOOOOO by the 163 legislature. expected receive, $488,700,. i
I Rentals Joe PERSQNAL Instruction today new and expanded university bond Issue, was off The comptroller said while 000, or 3.eto* cent over 1983-
Do :you know that Duncan taxei ai passed by the 1963 set by a windfall estate tax the state collected more than 84. He said general revenue .. '

RATES 2 APARTMENTS, J bedrooms. Chevrolet is the only dealer it FRENCH GERMAN SPAt Legislature produced $471,151- es. He said estate and inheritance $471,131.173, disbursements on income for the 196345 bien ,r :
Furnished and unfurnished the Venice area that gives Fret ISH lessons for beginners 173 for the general revenue taxes produced $15,398- ly totaled $456,718.873. nlum la expected to be $959,*

Charge Rater. bent 'rtd.y Children welcomed. Phone 4884123. used a one-year GW warranty on all and advanced, by qual'fledteachers. '! fund during fiscal 198J.64. 515 as compared with the estimate "This would indicate a $35- 831,000.
Monday Edif fore" cars soldTBusiness The comptroller Hid it we of $5,500,000. '
end Can 4881497. 1314 704,563/ cash balance, Green There is no reason to be- .,
Mango Ave., Venice.) $1,028,173 more than the .iti- "We were most fortunate to said "but actually this Is onlyan '
SALE OR Personals the of Florida
S1.50I 1 RENT. 2 bedroom ller that growth l
mate for period, and 20.7per
have had such windfall, but auditing figure It must be
,. Boat will continue the 0'
dock on canal in JOBS WAITING? Wilkinson cant over the previous fir not : on
(I) word minimum) grove. N& pets Harbor Shores CREDIT CARD Real Estate School. Enroll] cal period. we can't expect the same" thingto remembered there are which outstanding same steady, stable bl it t.
happen next Green obligations
Phone 488-3700. FORGERY INSURANCE year ha the last severalyear"
.cIa 6 S. Tamiaml Trail.
Wenlo now
Additional Protect :your liability' due to Salts and use tax, the largest said. "There were several estates must be paid and a final certification Green said. "The na
Phone 488-8551 488-5698
LARGE R00- Twin beds lost or stolen credit cards Or general revenue producer, Involved and It was the will not be made onto tion's economy Is now In its "-.

CASH rcta. bob Thuttd- Close to town. Private home. $10,000 coverage, $28.00 three Pets brought In $230,081,735, or over culmination of ..v.rll'lIn of December 1963.. I can assure 41st month of a steady climb. --'
end Monday Edttfant, Kitchen prlvlleg. Man or wo. :years. For full particular $1 million more than the estimste. work." :you the cash balance will There are many possible negatives ,
man. 4885133.TRAILVIEW stop in or call Fourteen other1 revenue Other general revenue funds be considerably less at the end which could develop in ...'
producing taxes also toppedthe of the biennium.
Edge-VanOrsdale Agency which increased on the estimates the immediate future, but
Call after 4
puppies. ARC.
rant ertlmate. it be
might pointed
by "Perhaps
110 W. Venice Ave. 488-2289 were: there is some question to -4
(1.2 word minimum' J year* Completely furnished. p.m. 4882858. at this time that at the
) "There is no question but Drivers licensee and fees oue whether they would be of sufficient .
Additional Word sac SoJ Automotlc heat and air condltloned. RUBBER STAMPS made to or- what the economic condition of end of fiscal 1962-63, there wasa the
force to gainsto
Legal $3698,599, up $796599; auto bring
1000 Sq. ft. On E. der. Overnight service. Office Florida is stable and showing $22 million cash balance. b .
see. A$O.. en:, -= Tampa St., close to stores personal, pocket or stock.: strength," the comptroller title and lien $2,252,665 up However, when all obllatlonahad a complete r
:U.-, .. S SOI. Tel. m TUB COUNTY SHOOTS count $322,665; Insurance licenses
.. .. - .== 888-4191 4881432. IN AND FOB SARASOTA COUNTY, said. "The gains reflected : retail store been honored final certification -
&I.: .. FLORIDA IN PROBATE $767,438, up $17,438; revealed the cash balance .
:= : .. given support the r
: were by
:. COZY DrewaE ... :
___-_ 1 Bedroom Cottage alterations, draperies r .te rll. N*. KMM licenses $707,533. up $157,533; was zero."
x. w of w .0- KBi KSTATB: OP Legislative ,action but at the
Unen.lUlIU... Hotel Commission fees
pi..M__ lit .. fumlihed. eta reasonable 488-1130 SAMUEL: BORNSTEIN $880- In looking ahead for 196445,
time It
same was anticipatedthey
$45 month til Dec lit Phone _. 362, up $30,362; other sources
EnD Green said on the basis of estimates
4882422. NOTICE TO CREDITORS also were to some extent As Near
mss: DISPLAY $7,111,637 up $2,311,637; and ( ,
I TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSON!: contingent on the continued by members of his staff
OM Edition, Mr Inch $ -00 I DUPLEX furnished 2 bedrooms SHEPARD HAVING AGAINST SAID CLAIMS ESTATE: OR DEMAND! growth of the state... service$1,191,939.charges $7,132,939, up A$ Your

EdtHem.' Inch $JJO In YM k. ooUflod' ..* romlroito .
loth par Citrus Highlands m roor
Near LUMBER CO. (II. o.r .1..,. .. dmojid which ... Green said the overall production Green explained the retail C SING DINE DANCE
Phone 468-3323 af- ..... ... I
mof novo Moliwt' tho B of .uo! of revenue by the Beverage
All eMfltd ad pcyoble In tet II 1'.111. and weekends. 1003 N. Wathlnotoi Blvd. .. .'.. DMHMd." Ian at S.roo u Department equals the store license figure reflected .t
Coontr. Ffcrldo Is tho otflM of .. a more than normal increase! :
dvtIICI except fabllohod! 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Saraiota JOHN T. GRAHAM Ronooto County estimate of its tax collection as part of the revenue was CYROSVENETIAN
unfurnlshed. .
caD Jodco U too Court ROOM It activities He explained that I
1fCOIIII. Plenty room for chil SuwoU. ooktidaimonth carried over from the previous
dren and pets phone 488-4781. ELLIOTT PAULfor free Ni'd.5.. o( 0.. fin* pab.Ueotloi .. while the beverage tax produced fiscal period. He said by the MOON

CANCELLATIONADJUSTMENT or Cook. of*.ltai.toto or Motto eomud tart fc. .ta 5,017,304,' or $2002,504 close of the biennium it would fri. a Sat. UI & Bill 488-4488
LARGE COTTAGE completely)' ROOT masses 5.15150! (!!.. It. 4upllo>to| ....11 ttMo tb.pla. more than the estimate the average out between $500,000and

($teoveiti for aancellatlon ... furnished. In Laurel. $65 per Alum. Windows I Doors. a._.. of ear Ux..akin.tlrt Clilmuti, oh.ll Sill.b* ......*. cigarette tax dropped slightlymore \ $550,000 a year as a revenue
month. No pets or children. to M tk*, 111 uml or IIIMontr than $2.000.000 under the producer. He attributed
er Wlurtment boe a a *oef Ph. 48M809. 8-5 Contract Roofing I PslntinoPhono t ohall k* .onnioo.iiloi orII a estimate of $18. 30,000.
p.m. 488-3619, of the to increasela
part gala an Rvberold
Barrett Approved
must bo mad for M fUlii I.e mot r rack claim orAvion Approved ,
error 841 or write 488-313 Venice . The increase in the motor vehicle -
p.m. Mary A. *: Mt oo "'M h lt oo okL Tinflllof business and better enforcement .
TKundiy/ Gondolier BEFORE Beach P.' O. Box 813. Venice.VACATIONER'S fo.> moy ko oddod w ho OJMWrtof licenses produced a totalof by the Revenue Commis .
f pjn. M Monday. For Moa- TYPEWRITERS: and Adding stood aI Irmm. sad the Mm County fonoa J.01." w'. of oo,.-.ok., SJ,788,4M for fiscal 19SS- sion. .
Gondolier BEFORE I NOT I C E. MONA GOLDENtTEMoo 64 or $388,49 over the estl- I1JHIh i I IUVI"
dry Machines (mechanically , IIIm
US ,
op. Intangible ,
Completely furnished Xumtrii: of tSo ,..... 'The comptroller said the -
1. 2 3 The
mate. increase
,..... ea Thursday.PHONE. room crated) Chemically; cleaned of SAMUEL aORNSTSIN.LW. produced tax produced only '
apartments and bath, Including like new. Just $12.60 plus partsIf ... 63.2 per cent more income than under 'S8t[ '.ONDII i I
utilities and linens required All makes. Venice _. BRAOA8. a BBOWJIV..NoIIeN. the state received from this $3,000,000 or $3,200,000
Weekly II8-.1 -$20: Monthly Ststioner. 111 W. Venice Ave. P. 0. Box T47Voiloo Bub .1dS. source in 196263. the estimate for the General
483-3125 t30-53-t83. Can 488-3447. evenIngs .RII-1I1I3 I Florid M6tS The comptroller said evidence Revenue fund because of theNEW
".bll.h. J... II. I." 5. 5. !" TWO LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO
474-2589. GOt and 518 Armada of a strong tourist business

Road. HelpWanted IN TH COUNTY moors COURT' during the last fiscal year r
Lob.For Sale IN' AND FOB SARASOTA COUNTY was reflected in the record- Complete Roofing Contractor I
KEl Tk. Bttott of breaking $14,405,967 the state SPRAY COATING '
.ter. Nicely furnished wants live-wire licensed real MARY E. REEVES, Ko. INSDNOTICE from the
Noko- received track
IN BAY pOINT. race
i NPC. Phone 488 3681.MIc. On Tile, Asbestos and Built Up Roofs I
estate salesman. Reply J. C., :. ,
eels Mile from beach. Block TO CREDITOR tax funds Each of the 67 counties -
..eft of U. S. 41. Value 1250. Sale Box 748, Venice.WAITRESS. TO ALL CREDITORS: AND OTHTR received $234,000 during SHOWER VALVE Nolomit, Fla. Ph. 488-5913 '.
hike otter or trade for 19-20 !; FULL or part THE ABOVE: ESTATE I this period. oNe NANNi DOI)wasx or Two
488- Yo korobr ootU..... ud noulrodU The 1963 legislature Increased
ft. MPG boat and motor. M
TO BE MOVED. Frame duplex time. Apply to Venice Yacht flU m ....... or doBondo.. whldiro the tax
112I. .. documentary stamp
apartment. Furnished. Delivered Club after 11 a.m. r kon whit tko rid utU
tk* 'offlo. .t tli. Countr Judro of 50 per cent. Collections toppedthe
vmrs BBHroBNeB tors to your lot by Meade lonooU Oonotr. Florldo. .In the .... estimate of
$21,000,000 by J
times BUSINBM irres House,Moving, Inc., Sarasota, CUSTOMERS NEED Servicein .h_. .. Se__ 70 04. wlthlo ill
CALL, tOO JACOB*. ...-.Nf Venice or Charlotte Co., 111 .jtoKdor. nontbo from tko dot of nearly $1,000 Green reported.He C
385-8017 full or part time. Earn $350 .the. ,flrot. wbtwtl..1 .till... ..d... .EodiUli acid June collections were
donogd ouot In wale I*
ELK ISLET Seawalled private EXCELLENT trotting pony 3 hourly and up. For information duplloolo or, ond HUM ..... .. ,leo ofroiUtoneo the highest In the history of the It
boat taims. E. L. Kiltoo. od... of thi
sad offlo
Bay "llen Drive. NokOmILReal :jr. old chestnut colt. Racing write Rawlelgh, FA G 563 2003, ...1....., sad vnt..t ko .>..... to kr thtinuit. documentary stamp, producing
"" .. .__ 19 cent of the estimate.
harness and racing sulky. Ph. Memphis, Term. bed *int. or nta or. or per
mid ....rdl. to low. explainedthat nos
It vlU botoojo The comptroller
9553854. Ray James 2442 Novus .
Estate St., Saraaota.' Male Help WantedMEN RAZCN: a I8PHORDINO. 35 meters are operated by
Florida P.... a Lllht" Bulldlot.Vooleo. documentary stamp agents for

I BEDROOM HOME In Nokomls. MOVING. 9 in. 'wood lathe 12 WANTED for general ._...,.Florida.for th* Kotato.Publlokt the comptroller and accountfor J. W. MOORE i iCONOI"
Near water, stores and MW, 20 cu..ft. chest shop work and assemblywork. Jolr .. t, la. U. 1"'. about 42 to 45 per cent of PLUMBING CO. AIR
post office. Newly painted, freeze 2 chain Hoover floorpolishPI' Contact in person Leco all stamp sales. Sales at theTaIlahaa.e.

docking privilege.' Rent or,ale All excellentcoed!- Engineering Co., 261 WarfieldAve. I will wot LEGAL oo r."poiulht NOTICB* for anr .....$ office also have in- Harbor Lights On The Trail
_.ble. Phone 4881231. Jon. 48B- 27I. ., Venice. .... kr ... wl'o, Mariuorlto M. Craft, creased.
H of July .. 1M4. nor mad.* kr any Green said the loss of nearly RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS

Houses For Sale SAVE MONEY on Hash bulbs. SOMEWHERE ..I thor than RUI8&LL nmolf I. CRoUT.V..I. $11 million in utilities taxes, PHONE 4884450 "
Used Heliotron MM electronic THERE IS A MAN ... Pia
BEAUTIFUL Inside and cut .flash. Works on AC and re- who wants to make $8,000 per - -- -- --,

1 Bedroom t bath home. chargable battery. Like new year and more working with PERSONALJoe ,

Central water and sewer. Owner First $10 buys it.. Sam Dillon growers In this area. This man Do you know that Duncan
Must return north. Sacrifice The GONDOLIER. 11 probably married, sober, Chevrolet is the only dealer in ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION

price Bryon MarUe, Realtor. honest and is willing to work the Venice area that gives Freea
Phone 468-4706. liST FORD U-ton pick-up, hard. He may be farming him one-year: GW warranty on all
$325.00; Go Cart with racing self. For such a man, we can used cars sold MAINTENANCE I
ILLNESS forces owner to sacrifice motor $75.00; Clinton Motor, offer a career with the largest 1 t

custom built borne on 3H h.p. like n.w. $18.00. Phone and ,oldest company in its WHEN IT/ '
Dona Bay Natural fireplace, 488-5457. I field. We wilt train him work LIGHTING SUPPLIES

tile roof, oak parquet floors, with him. and give him exclus- TIME TO MOVE your whole house

closed-ln! garage, screened 8 17-Inch used TVs. All in I lye rights to all business in a --, ANDERSON ELECTRIC. Inc.
porch, many built-in features good working order. $50 large area already deve'oped, ta "
Duct heat. For appointment each Phone 4886714. with opportunity for advance
till 4884852.I ment. If ;you think :you qualify, Beta & Cockrill Streets Phone 4JW774 with iremp'for
DUPLEX or Day B.d. sleeps
write freely to :Bob Balwln, c -
BEDROOM home. 2 with 2 slip-covers. Price sr---
1 bath ,
Box 1105 Winter
City water and well. 4B8- V60. $15.00. 488-1978. = == EXPERIENCED MECHANICS _

ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroom. 2 APACHE Situations Wanted Member. Chamber of Commerce 1m 1hal the

bathe Reasonable. Easy Camping Trailer. World's No 1

terms P. O. Box '8. Venice all aluminum. Pulls up or MAN. White, 42, 8 ft., 170 Ibs. B &W Auto Repair cost of units
or 4 U47f. down In minutes. 2 double Quick thinker intelligent, desires room

beds, off the round. Will pay work of any: nature. Mr "'I'AI MODERN EQUIPMENT
VENICE GARDENS for Itself in no time. Coma sea, Reese, 665 McCall Rd., Engle- SERVICE
wood. f7 1281.SIXTEENYe..old. XPERT BRAKE
WATERFRONT 15000.00 bring the kids. -

dove and oven with matching 100 N.Washington Blvd. desires baby high sitting schoolgirl InEnl.wood : NczzKeep : .-.-. : BALANCE

refrigerator, Screened (opposite Mass Bros.) References ENGINE TUNE UP &
P Kh with button-down Sarasota Fla. area. In-"hlng." : .
iliad... As low a* $1,50000aown 'urnished.' Phone 4742192. your finger OVERHAUL Heating Conditioning

Dupes plus included.closing Water costs.sofa. :Tri-Ceunty Equipment Co. Boats For, Sale storage"",service.about Our our help modem It expert 49 e AUTO TRANSMISSION ELECTRIC SERVICE SERVICE Sales Service) Engineering

ener. ELL RD. SARASOTA FLA. and courteous; ratet reaion.. 500 Bes Are, Venice Pk 4W-J373 ,
Venice Ave.
IIYRoN McGLYNN Realtor 9555705TIt able. Dial 488-1317 TODAY. .2t E. '
length 8-ft. beam. '
JM Shamrock Ph. 4884974 / 'Tunnel stern. All OF11III All WORK GUARANTEED_ t
/. week specials on TO engln THINK ?
b.W tibreglassed. Hardtop., Draft
1 ':--.t. r : .... Greyest Lubrication. : Equip. 12-ln. Wonderful for bay and LARGER <
_a4 LOu ewNt gulf. Lots of room for chainind DISTINCTIVE

NEW Choice RICHMOND Buckeye. -.PianosStelnway Knrbe-. Everett fishing tackle $905. Phone Real Estate Corner I

eat.''ilt*Water air! condlUoced.wind sewer.Gardens garage Central Iocs-, George Nelson Steck. Fajrette. Winter S.: Cable 4 Cable Auto For Sale .. D, ,i'l

HaUett Davits
tool, concrete drive. ,All 58 FORD V-8, stick. Excellent
,Ormica klkb.H, tl4TaO. Easy Musette Players mechanical condition. Call e

eAs"ding. Immediate I occ* pianola PlayersOrgans G ens- Edd 7 486a0'f_ I.-. _ ? 2 BEDROOM HOME.
Saucy. Phone Mr.O'Heam. INTERESTED '1/2 Block to Beech Furnished
-.21' v. tal-lfTt. Alien WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. INTERESTED ? Screened Lot Paved St.
COMPLETE SELECTION OF 3 Bedroom, 2 bath., Large fl'
LEAVING: town FULLY GUARANTEED N5 S. raml.mlTr.n 48..376S-48WIM Reolfor heat $7950.00
a kedroome H. N. Wlinm.irf' t.
I baths I' ut ORGANS

CBs I "Florida's CANNON Largest MUSIC Muslo CO. Brake Repair Lubret! ChauiiOil for Wetter Union ,..1..11IIMoneI.y N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAIT"k k :

.We BEDROOMS, Florida 1301 let St., Front End Alignment Chang thru Friday 9 t* Si Saturday to I ,i I'' ':;(d f
JJJ": bath Golden BeachZ1 Theatra Front End Overhaul Adlutt Headlights. Beami REALTOR 4
; Florida k
*. 121 Roberta 8t', Open Opp.Thura FrL ttt 9 p.m.Ph '. Wheel Balancing" Electrical Repair CLOSED SUNDAYS 221 W. Miami Ave. 101 U
WING 1"QWN Will MO- 958-101": Engine Overhaul) Any Automatk or Standard HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 4834)08 4ISVU2I 1 -, t

nlilce alee hom4lln choice 10.Stl e Radio Repair Transmission Repair' .JI j'IT'S sl ,
oq ba Vtnleo I Lost, IrntelUtionBaBB .
OM**"* Alroondltlontng Repair and
btcIroomI. 1H baths Den

Large utility; room and diamond wedding ring GREEN'S FUEL OF ,FLORIDA One.A tract are new available. en and
Poreesedeosp off pIVIUoa core
JIOrcla ._ ,
,. : NokomlaBeachj ,
earner lcar 3 021111., on Reward. Contact The QoadolJer CORPORATIONMember : ,$13,750 near PRICE kke River . . and . 1

_.- fbon. 488-280., Newspaper. THE 1 IS RIGHTI ;y

DUE 0 Ladies Chamber of Commerce 2-bedreomf, 2{ bath, Florid room, central "heat, '

: u.101U..t1Ess 1 s. 41. near. I bal.cotta Will"null ,.I LOST gold In wrist shopping watch area with bracelet DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE beach rlghh, wonderful. .view. of 6ulf. Owner trios We ere In desperate .need.l of 1 .beer**** ...1.' ( i

.. boUle as part down type band. Call 4B8-W58 Or Heating ,and Air ,Conditioning find Will comlder renting. Call w If YOM "hove on* vatleVU.. ,I
1421"> &z1uNokolocal: ,, ,' r488- 488-4375. PERSONAL.poyMk Heating. 6 Air Conditioning I'nsfal.tlolllGers FRANK C RAEBURN tnwe Thompson Ren.!Cobb' Jweph ,

-, . Puftcanr Ranges Waftr ffoaffnW
O'Ir that .
Rluteikw r<::; the sty: deal.t '10 i fItefi+ tiithrsstee. ... REALTOR GULF REALTY t

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I' Venice Gardens NewsBy Top Records I N PC Club Notes Louis cation The Schmelke next in: Connecticut.meeting, who of is the on Aur-T..

MRS. VICKI FREEMAN Diary will be Aug. < at 1:30:

Phone 488-S764 R.* MARGUERITE. PETERSONThe p.m.
Complied by Nancy Brown ----- ---

I Welcome to Venice Gardens: Mn. Stone, comptroller of Gilbert Youth Service, Inc. North Port Charlotte Port Charlotte Trinity Methodist Members of the World WarI When today's bride has
II !oIr. and Mrs. Budd Mr. and Venice Gardens at Auxiliary held their July
I has her Boat Club meets tonight at Church met recently
Mr Mantel Mr. and Mn. Kit.tenberg daughter, Mrs. Helen Meer The Four Seasons have broken through the hit barrier 7.30: at the Community Center. :the church. Mrs. George Woods meeting at the Community wedding band borne to the attar 0
Dr. and Mn. Ander- visiting from Phoenix, Ariz. once again landing their ;"Rag Doll" in the number one strip Commodore "Bob" Canfield opened the meeting with a solo Center Mrs. Mabel Hale, past by a young ring bearer
son. Rev. and Mn. Dnken Jr., Mn. Meer's son, Donald, who this I week I* was a sensational rise from last week's fifteenth will preside at the business "God is Near" accompaniedby president, presided In the absence she's following a custom: oj
Mr. and Mr. Hartzog, Mr. and is nine, has been a houseguest position, its initial approach to the Top Twenty Circle. meeting A one lesson courseon Mrs. Robert Orr Jr. at the of the president, Mrs. medieval Italy.
Mr*. Johnson Mr and Mr*. of Mn. Stone's since June 3 In the runner-up spot, which really moves, is Johnny safe boating will be given organ. Devotions were conducted -
Keenan, when he flew from Phoenix to Rivers' updating of "Memphis." by the instructor of Englewood by Mrs. Willis Funk. The
-.0j On the downgrade, but still on the heels of "Needles and "At Length There
Tampa to spend his summer Flotilla 97 of the Coast Guard group sang
j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon, vacation with Grandma. Pins" "is the latest by the Searchers "Don't Thow Your Love Auxiliary Color slides will be Dawns the Glorious Day." Mrs.
Glen Oak Road, left Wednesday -- I Away shown. Michael Gellner gave a color rFOR "FAMILY-CAR" FUN
for Paris via Washington The Roger Miller the 28-year-old farm boy from Oklahoma, picture story of "Children of NEW
Chess Club will meetWednesday All boat In this
new owners
D. C.. and New, York. They jumps into the fourteenth spotlight chanting "Dan, Me." the Old Testament.
at 2 Interested invited attend the
win jet to Paris July 13 and p.m. The biggest Cooke in town, New York Town that is, with area are to BAIL SUMMER LONG!
chess Peter Crean brought
players from age 8 I his 70-foot meeting since this program Mrs.
will spend three weeks touring replica standing in the middle of Times Square il ?

to 80 are invited to come out will benefit them greatly Mission Vignettes from Hawaii,
Europe. and trY their skill with other luminating the skies ((20,000 watts worth) during his engagement After the meeting refreshments Korea, Cuba and New York. '.
members from the Venice Gardens at a fashionable nitery, is our 15th selection for this will be served Mrs Fred Scott gave a word I
SEE area week When Sam Cooke sings about his "Good Times" he a- picture of the United Nations'Thant.
really means HI!
-0Barbershop The board of directors of the A poem, "For the Beautv .
As the Impressions belt out "Keep Pushing" for the number Civic Association of North Port of the Earth" was read by
Quartet ThereIs
the 20 slot, that' just what they're
new doing.
still some room for more Charlotte will! meet this mom. Mrs. Homer Houck. The program
Caruso and Crosby. who Hit of the Week: What could be more apropos to Inc at the Community Cester. was brought to a close by
[IIGtclIcnAldSuperba this season than the new" little ditty by the Drifters "Under
would like to sing other places The Boardwalk." The Civic Association will singing "Blest Be The Tie That
VariCycle than the bathtub. Contact Bill meet next Wednesday July 22 Binds" Mrs. Houck had charge
Kelley at 4884786. This Last Two Weeks on I at 7:30 p.m, at the Community of the program. Mrs. Orr pre 4t
DISHWASHER -- Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List Center. All residents are urged sided at the business meeting at
to attend these meetings held in Fellowship hall. Re-
Free Movie If you are a 1 IS "Rag Doll" Four Seasons . .... 2 Carl Meyer, president, announced freshments were served by the
ONf member of Venice Gardens 2 7 12 "Memphis" Johnny Rivers . .. 3 that the welcome hostesses, Mrs June Sears and "' .. \0ee \ E
Recreation Center and are not 3 1 5 "My Boy Lollipop"-Millie Small 4 party, usually held the third Mrs. Frank Carroll. Next I
DISPLAY coming to the movies on Wednesday 4 3 2 "I Get Around" Beach Boys . 5 Thursday of each month, has meeting will be on Mon., Aug. .
nights .t 7:43.: you ore 5 t "The Girl From at church. .\
NOW. Ipanema"Getz been dismissed until fall, when 3, at 10:00: a.m. .. ,
missing out on some of the & Gilberto . . ... . ... 2 many of the residents have returned -- _
benefits to which your membership 8 4 8 "Don't Let the Sun Catch You for the winter season. Members and guests of the
card entitles] you. Crying" Gerry/Pacemakers.. 4 -- Greater Pittsburgh Club met If you're hesitating about getting a hew
These are family entertainment 7 16 "Can't You See She's Mine" The Men's Garden Club will recently for a covered dish to whisk and yours to the
so come on up Wednesday Dave Clark Five . .. . .......,,. 2 meet next Tuesday, July 21, at dinner and their regular busi- car-a car you daysaskus
nights otherwise you may 8 2 1 "A World Without Love" 7:30: p.m. at the Community ness meeting afterward. beach or pool on warm summer

have, to wait for a late, late, Peter & Gordon .. .... .. .... 8 Center. Everyone enjoyed the wonderful about our money-saving bank auto loans
show on TV. 9 8 11 "No Particular Place To Go" The club has been selling food and cm evening of fun. right now!Low in cost; surprisingly easy to C

Chuck Berry .. ...... .. .. . ...... 3 potted plants this week at Jer The monthly dance and get-
10 14 17 "Bad To Me" ry's Hardware Store in the together Is scheduled for Sat. repay too.FIRST .

i Billy J. Kramer It Dakotas ... 3 shopping center. Mr. Bob Can urday at 7:30: p.m. at the North
11 5 4 "Chapel of Love" Dixie Cups .. 8 field is In charge of the store Port Charlotte Community
12 8 3 "People" Barbra Streisand . .. 6 and the sale of the plants with Center There will be prizes sip p IIMI' .t ggT sap 1f1llll1C'
I 13 "Don't Throw Your Love Away" the proceeds going to the Garden awarded and refreshments will!
A BATPeOOM WEARY. Searchers .. . . . . . . . ... t Club. be served fRTIOfl l BATH OF UEIUCEnmci
OLD AND GRAY- 14 "Dang Me" Roger Miller .., .. 1 Mr. Claire C, Coons Is president A cards and games party will r
CAW ALSO MAKE 15 "Good Times" Sam Cooke ... 1 and invites all the men in. be held on Friday July 24, at marova elearA
rvxrt ...._i.her...air New built kiftftmupKity ftevsudvbunm fOLKS FEEL 16 10 11 "Tell Me Why" Bobby Vinton . 5 terested in gardening 1 p.m. at the home of Mr. and sore .'
New doubl wash tripi' THAT WAYS 17 11 7 "Walk On By" Dionne Warwick 8 -0- Mr.. Alfred Kelsey 216 Herbi- ( HOtinxfna
01_ Ntw "knunout look. Wide 18 12 8 "Love Me Do" Beatles .. . . 10 Members son Ave. The party is for members -
of the South Coun1
eMMa: e> finitnM. todiMinf.' mod.ftiwnf 19 13 9 "Love Me With All Your Heart" 1 of the club and their
Agent blpwnir m Epiphany Guild will meet
Charles . . . . . friends.
and M* it now. Two Miw" wno Ray Singers 9
Monday at 2 for their
tow Tiwra. ulrty Ki,eh niO' 20 "Keep on Pushing" Impression 1 p.m
. monthly meeting, at the Recreation -
for t oaery kitchia__ .a srtudgtt. y
Center at Warm Mineral -
US It! Venice Smokers Still Puffing : Springs. Mrs. Robert Pet t y HEADLINE SUMMER OUR
Venice .ww"r.rre erson is president of the Guild i
Cigarette smokers In the rette tax returned to the City end urge. all Catholic womenIn -
Electric Appliance Venice area have not reduced of Venice is any indication. this area to attend.
their daily consumption of cig I --
City Clerk Harry W. Hager
liB The New England Club will r
133 W. Venice AtIe.TIphon,4882834. arettes since the recent adverse I received a check for $10,803- hold its regular monthly meeting .
report by the U. S. 71 from Richard B. Keating, director tomorrow afternoon (Fri-

Board of Health, if the clga-.. of the State Beverage day) at 2 p.m. at the North
Department a few days ago as Port Charlotte Community
the city's share of the tax for
Stores Also Located InBRADENTON Center. 1
TIRES May. Fashioned for 1964
and FORT MYERi At the last meeting In June
This Is just $62 less than the the enjoyed a picnic at
Get More Mileage... NEW MOHAWKS check for April and Indicatesthe Englewood group Beach. Mrs. Vera Playtex Designer Swim Caps

USED TIRES. ALL SIZES Venice City Council was Nelson, president of the club "
Cut Tire Costs.. 5695 Y Fih all head sizes
GUARANTEED RETREADS very conservative In its 1964-65 invites residents of the New $1.x75 $8.x95
AS LOW AS ......'...'''''' x 14 budget by estimating the yearly England States to attend the CHILDREN $1.6 TO

b'i te .tax income at $110,000.Sarasota from. the cigarette meetings. -- DICK & MEADOWS Pharmacy

received $4618101 The Women's Socletv of 231 W. VENICE AVE. PH. 4884776
l 't and Longboat Key $956.69 as Chritian Service of the North
FLUSHED their share of the tax for May.
i f NEW REBUILT USED 'All taxes on cigarettes sold in
NOW! the unincorporated sections of
Budget Terms the county goes into the state
general fund.A .

new gadget called a
Venice For 5 Years "milkograf" evaluates a cow's CHEVROLET

313 TAMPA AVE., VENICE, FLA. BEHIND THEATRE production and decides whether
Phone 483-1259 In the "Towerlett" Garage she's destined for a blue ribbon
at the fair or hamburger.

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