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 20, 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: VID00217
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
issn - 2071736

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$ ; School Budget Hearing Set July 28 {! ', I


k Four-Car Crash Action $798,897 Higher

Firms Survived "Bust' Like Old-Time Silent MovieA Than Last YearA

four-car accident on U. S. 41 south ot Venice last

W. EARL AUMANN Wednesday night might be likened to one of the classic
tj wreck scenes from an old-time Mack Sennett comedy.
Ot the more than 40 firms Picture, if you will, this sequence of events: An odd. public hearing on the proposed $,% -million Sarasota
attracted to the in- looking little foreign car suddenly stalls on a busy high County school budget for the 1964-65 fiscal year will be held
,at! were
Is Tuesday, July 28, at 8 p.m. in the county board meeting room, ..
istrial section of the City of way The driver glanced around and panicstrickenwhen
nice ki 1925 and 1928 whene he sees the lights of another car bearing down on 2418 Hatton St., Sarasota.
Realty Corporation him fast. The total consolidated budget of $9,556,390 for the fiscal
BLE year beginning July 1 is $798,897 higher than last year's $8,757 '
ai carving a beautiful resl- He Jumps out and runs The other car skids and careens hat
ntial city out of a veritable into the stalled vehicle, at which point two gigantic 493. The consolidated budget
I'demws, only one firm trailer trucks one being pulled by a wrecker collideas includes $8,478,067 for supportand the beginning of the fiscal

Venice Lumber Company they. attempt to pass the two autos.There's maintenance (current operations year.Biggest
existence today. ltd ), $572,888 for district Increases In antic
a i the scenario Now Just speed up the action
bond Interest and sinking fund ipated expenditures ear
AU the others, one by one, and you have an old-time silent movie. Here are the facts: I
and $$505,435 for bond con marked for Instruction and "
iswd! out of the picture when Trooper Dick Towsley of the Florida Highway Patrol struction. capital outlay.Instructional.
"Florida boom" burst ta reported that a Go-Go-Mobile being driven north on the outlay duringthe
Both the interest and sinking
2T and BLE Realty Corpo- Trail by Charles Wlntill, 23, of Nokomis, suddenly stalledon funds and those earmarked for 1964-65 fiscal year will
bon bad to abandon its i1 the highway. Towsley said Wintill, seeing traffic approaching bond construction' lower amount to $5,344,375, nearly '
a are I
[dream! city" when complete li. Mi ,Syr u' p leaped from the vehicle and ran. this than last. Current one-half million dollars higher ,
almost within its year
ceas was Just afterward, a northbound car driven by James than
operations, on the other hand, the $4,860,145 budgeted t
$ Walker, 48, of Boca Grande, skidded In an attempt to last year.Proposed .
Bit George H. Hauser, who ? ytiq Ja tty 4 A g,4, j ,f ; avoid the stalled car and struck the left side. ly represent l-milllon an increase more than of near last expenditures for J

undid the Venice Lumber Towsley said a tractor-trailer being driven north by year's support and maintenance capital outlay during the
npany" in December, 1925, Willie James Leggett 39, of Tampa, then attempted to budget. same fiscal period show an I.
at one of the stoutheartedwho pass the Go-Go-Mobile on the left and was hit by a north increase of $458,498 ever the
believed in the future bound wrecker towing a tractor-trailer rig. Driver of the Since the school board cannot amount budgeted last ,
the Venice area and refused Venice Industries and businesses sprang up to supply the needs of the budding city I wrecker was Earl E. Richards, 28, of Tampa. levy additional coinage Anticipated capital outlay year. ;"
through the r Walker with failure to have his vehicle over and above that of last
live up 'IL was charged for 1964-65 totals $191.231 as
>f )F ]E lt 1F lE >E
', when Venice was practl- under control. Estimated damage to the vehicles resulting year, the Increased expenditures compared with $332,735 last

:aHr "a ghost town," and the south, established an in.' tile. manufactured by that' effort to attract industry to from the accident totaled $475. No one was injured. will come out of a cash year

rough the World War II days, dustrial rone in the city proper company. Venice, the new industrial section __ 11 n rI balance of $1,288,774 on hand Besides the unexpended
hen not only lumber, but between the Seaboard Airline Started in 1925 by Emil soon became a scene of balance of Just over lM-mil-
iumbinl and building supplies Railway tracks and the Johna, a Bohemian, whose great activity as firm after lion from last year's budget,
( ill kinds were extremely Venice By-Way as part of its father and grandfather were firm whose product was essential i approximately one-half of the
Scuba School 8A
art to |et. original plan.Although expert tile makers, the com- to the building of a new Opens Aug. remaining $7,189,293 needed

Lone SuTTiTW' it did not survive pany produced a beautiful Old city, located in Venice. for current operations will
Ai a result, this lone sur- World product that made the These included, the manufacturers come from the state and the
the depression days of the four-week 20-hour in siclan to the and skin to the bottom of the
"distinct course prior course diving
nvor of the early Venice in- new City of Venice of septic tanks sewer other half from county taxes.
uittial\ development remained 30's, one other firm the ively different. pipe, sheet metal roofings, scuba. diving is being offeredto must exhibit excellent swimming pool ((10 feet), recovering a fully Anticipated ;revenue from the '
Venice Tile_.Company: ) did Venice"area residents who ability which: will be test rigged scuba diver and towing
mder the continuous Sonic'olhe machines used planing mills', eto. The names state is pegged at $3,IDS 575 :'
manage leave Its Indelible mark the
nent t of the Hauser family und City of Venice in more than in creating this beautiful tile of most of these have long been can meet the course prerequisites ed at the first class meeting.The him 23 feet without artificial and from local sources, $3- '
Venice classes will consist of both aids.
Grouper Snoop.
It was told Nov. 10, 1959, to as well as flagging and other forgotten but a few stand out by 990,718.
bert D. Mahon, its present 200 Medlterrean type homes, roofing materials, were adaptations because of their size or quality er Skin and Scuba Diving dub. lectures and supervised diving On completion of the course, Expenditures, besides Instruction -
wmer. hotels, apartments and business of those used in Bohemia of service rendered at that The course will begin on Aug. instructions in basic scuba diving a written and practical examination and capital outlay include .

The BLE, conscious of the buildings crowned with while others were the result time. 8 and continue for the next principles will be given and can administration, $183,758;
lit Industrial development of the beautiful Old Mission red of Jahna's inventive skill. One of these In the forma- three Saturdays at Kent Motel QualificationsThe tificates awarded to those who operation of plant $429120;
"'..awn c Itsd tier days was the art ifl !ce. pool. Hours will be from 1 to following swimming efficiency qualify. maintenance of plant, $289,. a
Although the BLE Realty plant established in Nokomis 8 p.m Instructors will be Dr. qualifications will be required Students who do not have 437; auxiliary services $163,.
I Corporation made no special on the Seaboard Airline Railway Douglas Williamson and Dick : Swimming 300 yards their own equipment may rent 850; fixed charges $79,750;
Venice Gets First Just north of the Venice Towsley, assisted by Mrs. Betty without artificial aids; swimming the needed items from the clubor debt service, $295,203; remit. !"'

By-Way, or Pocono Trail as it Williamson and Jim Reid. 50 feet under water with from local diving shops truce to other counties, $4,000;
New Bookmobile is now called.It Dr. Williamson said there out artificial aids; treading Course fee will be $10. transfers (bond construction) 'i
was said to be one of the would be no age limit but that water with feet only for three Further information and 118000. ,
IStock Brokerage finest ice plants in the state each student must obtain a minutes; floating for 15 minutes application forms may be obtained la the $572,888 Interest and \ ,i
Launched TodaySarasota (Continued on page 2)) health certificate from his phy. ; towing an inert swimmer at Dr. Williamson's! office sinking fund budget, $266 t
80 :yards without artificial at 612 Venice Medical Cen- 000 Is earmarked for pay. '
County's new Book aids; skin diving to 15 feet; ter. (Continued on page 2))
Ito Venice area's first brok- The office alao will have direct mobile will be officially
rare firm dealing in stocks, wires to St. Louis and New launched today on its new TV Cable Firms Bid
red, and mutual funds will York.' duties of providing library ser
hen Wednesday at 137 W. Yenee without
vice to outlying areas
Established In 1887, the St.
available facilities,
The new brokerage office will Louis brokerage house has readily commissioners and
County For Venice Franchise
branches in four other Florida
a branch
of A. C. Williams officials from' Sarasota, Venice
communities St. Petersburg,
*Sons, St. Louis. Co-managers Englewood and North Port
Orlando and Lakeland,
11'1Ibe\ E. Walter Halg Cecil Naples Charlotte libraries planned to scheduled have
and 37 other branch offices Two cable TV firms, each meetings are
urt. Venice, and Ted Sperf throughout the United States.A. attend the "christening" of the seeking an exclusive franchisefor been curtailed for the sum a I
of st, Louis, with H. J. new mobile unit at 9 a.m. today Venice and the surroundingarea mer.
ftdlon, G. Edwards & Sons are
Nokomis as associ- members of the New York and in the Sarasota courthouse have presented proposals The two cable television sys-
ate.Ral other stock exchanges. parking area to the City Council.Representatives tem firms seeking the Venice
branch will( the new Venice The Bookmobile also will be of two differed area franchise are Radio Station .
offer the latest Halg, Rtdlon and Sperlingall utilized to transfer volumes firms discussed their WLCY in Tampa represented "
stock transactions on ticker have impressive backgrounds i between the various libraries propositions with city officials by its co-owner and

!ape and flat wire direct from in the stock brokerageand I at the request of library pa at last Tuesday's informal afternoon president Karris Rahall, and a ; t'r' va, rM

IheKew York Stock Exchange securities field. trons.thj .. agenda meeting Perry, Fla, concern now ope-

Council Presiden E. S. rating a similar system there
(Bill) Raymond said it was with H. E. Jackson, its presi-
1j only coincidence that both hap dent, the spokesman.
b I1 pened to show up at the same Both outfits propose to Install

; 1 time. He said representativesof a 12-channel system which .
i'.rsero..4w: Itul5vr r,' ul,7f 'Ot'Q the two flrml had contacted will receive all three major F-

city officials several weeks television networks, plus 24-.

ago and had been advised they hou" weather reports, music, i'"
j 1 could be heard at one of the informal hi-fi and stereo programs. Re- \'
Tuesday meetings. ception of the three television '
Off-Tuesday meetings on networks would come first, JJJ
t. t Y n v ,Y'yi F r atP weeks when no regular council (Continued en page *)
A/ / y 'th;0 WHO'S A PESSIMIST? We don't know cerned when It tangled with an'Angus bull ,
/ Ne', +l lfl t"y l r Y {+ a't ) b ? whether the owner of this car was referring that claimed squatter's rights on t certain
P t n August Best Tourist Month to automobiles or his love life when he insection of highway near Lake Okeechobee. A f'I}X I

stalled the "Born to Lo.." bumper plate. At winning post script there were no injuries :
any rate, he lost where his vehicle was conin the accident.

Elsewhere But Not HereStrange

as It may seem, Venice Area Chamber now has
January is the too month for signs at Ruskin on U. S. 41 and 'II
tourists in Venice, while August at the south end of the Skyway Lab Gets Face Lift It.that It.
is tops for the State of Bridge to encourage touriststo
Florida as a whole. Executive drive the few extra miles I

Director C. A. (Nick) Kellerof and stop at Venice By JOHN E. DAVIS, Principal which he has read in the rlum where they could makea

the Venice Area Chamberof Literature At Fair Venice High School book. beginning at studying: sea
Commerce told members of
the Venice-Nokomis Rotary Keller said the VACC Is distributing School Planning For 1964-65 The lab is so built and life. t w.
Club at their Thursday noon color folders by mail Science should come with equipped that it will lend Itself The advanced biology we { a+
meeting. all over the United States as somewhat of a new face for to individual experiments would expect to cover would ) 4
well as 100.000 cards In the this coming school year. In during or after school include the first college
Here are some of the Interesting Florida Building at the New the first place the entire science hours. It Is again our desireto course in biological science p
figures he gave: Venice York World's Fair. He also department has been arouse the curiosity of the to help prepare the student ,+7 art
had visitors in 1983 and
cited an Instance of one woman completely remodeled. There Individual student to such an for college science courses. t
Eoglewood 14,000, while Naples coming to Venice 'on the will be two large laboratories extent that he will work his More important, it would allow a Y
had 48.000 during that same strength of a folder she pickedup one especially designedfor experiments on his own time. those interested high ?I
vear. This was partly due to in California the study of physics and . school students to continue }
the fact Naples has a fishing and the other for their study In the biological { v,,
pier which Venice needs He reported that approximately chemistry We are in hope again by
25,000 visited biology. the time available, life and growth of their own E
very badly as well as four persons making
ton golf courses he said. the Venica Area Home Showat In scheduling, because of of Interesting a large number particular Interest. Pt
But Venice visitors in 1983 the Rlngllng Circus Arena the Increased laboratoryspace of our students In marine This course would be geared
(fc.4ul. phot. fcr DMT! H>tt.> stayed an average of 11 days In 1984 and added the 1945 show and additional labora. biology. We have the natural to the individual needs I

\ PRKAKINO!: CEREMONIES' for left to right, L..L. Parker, Sarasota County and spent an average of $177. would be held next February. tpry equipment, an effort has location for this type of and likes of the students Involved.

watertront recreatloa center at Trailer Commission Chairman? Gene Grayson, sales' he'' pointed out while In 1959 Keller also reported that the been made to give each student study and surely our interest . . I )
Act.: were held Friday to herald 'a weekend, manager; Albert W. Blackburn, representing visitors stayed longer an VACC: had supported the Eagle an additional time In a could be stimulated by
; and Point Roadside Park because lengthened lab period. Our that which goes en aroundus. The advanced chemistry
Iof to- A. E. Blackburn co-owner; and Boris average of 17 days spent
dhm activity at the development, the Students could be'encouraged would be 10 designed to can
Is that
*n average of only $159. there are no roadside parks InS feeling person
...::.:01"HI the first* south olden of Venice spade of 1,t dirt V. 8.wars 41., Xaya, co-owner Ha also pointed gall thai, toe raota County, learni by actually trying out to build tbeir D:K> aqua.ft 1c494 ael N are}- A .

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I 'i> \ SCIENCE LAB Library Reaches USAF Recruiting Lemon Bay Lodge Postmaster Arns

Few Firms Survived 'Bust'
: j (Continued from page I) New Circulation Visits Old Folks

\ ry high school student Office( Extends SVCA Speaker
If through what we usually ENGLEWOOD-Lemon Bay
1 ; (Continued from page I) crele Pipe Company, of Knoxville trimming a bow has passed think of as freshman college High This MonthThe \ Rebekah Lodge No. 80 and the

with a giant compressor powered Tenn. They leased five down through the ages, but unlike chemistry and the i individuals local Odd Fellows were represented -
I by a 12-foot tall Fairbanks acres In the Industrial section other implements the orlg allowed to take the one-day high la book Business HoursAir at the annual IOOF Postmaster J. DougU. A
; Diesel engine that gave and built a plant under the inal design and way of using) course would of necessity be circulation at Venice Free Home Picnic at Gainesville nail will talk to the South v',
\,* UO.l( the plant a capacity of 20 tons management of H. E. Murphy. has never been changed. The hand-picked. This would In- Public Library was reached last Sunday. The local Rebak- let Civic Assn. tonight a w
a day The Venice Ice Company Another well remembered bow and arrow remains the clude the top science students last Monday with 290 books Force recruiter, Sgt. aha donated canned goods to the proposed postal facilit
I featured pure well water company because of its site same as it did in the days of especially if they wantto checked out, according to the Chuck Riley. has announcedthat the home where there are presently for South Venice. J''
I 1 I., ao clear newspaper could be and importance wos the Venice Robin Hood, when it was the make science career. board of Venice Area Friendsof the USAF recruiting office 19 residents housed on .Arnall will appear la b'
read through a 300-pound cake Novelty Works manufacturers outstanding instrument both in This particular field will the Library. In Sarasota will be open the ground floor to avoid climbing sponne to an Invitation ft, t't,
of ice. Those the early of sash, doors and other millwork Wednesday evening through attending the t
were wartime engagements a n d have a new face (in that the The: announcement was madeat stairs. Those the SVCA. The meeting win
days of electric refrigeration It was one of the last pleasure bouts." faculty Who will be,,doing the the board of director's September in addition to the picnic from Englewood were at '7:30 p.m. in the South V t
and the company featured the firms to leave Venice. Raw material for building teaching will be new. Edmund meeting Monday during which regular daytime hours. the. Harold Halls, the Henry ice Civic Building u
slogan, "A cake of ice doesn't Another unique industry In purposes were plentiful in those Kulakowskl. who had Mn. Dorothy Lantz, librarian, Sgt Riley add the office at Strouds and Mayme Petitt.A Hartley P. Dermond SVl f
II fit out of order" Venice In those early days was days, with great forests of the been at Venice High School renorted on library's progress 45 S. Pineapple Ave. will open covered dish dinner will commissioner of public it tlI
In 1929 when the BLE pulled the Wood ratters of Venice. famous south Florida long-leaf for 10 years, resigned to takea Book circulation for the first from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday feature the meeting of the Re- tions and publicity, said UN tle I
out of Venice Thomas M. This company specialized In yellow pine just four miles position as science teacherIn six': months of 1994 totaled 18- for the convenienceof bekahs' South Western Association vltation was extended! to A
Wrede Sr.. of Nokomis, pur- the making of toys and other away at the small village of Edison Junior College< at 205 she said. During June, nursing school and college at 7 p.m.. in the IOOF nail because "many runw 1f
Chased the Ice plant and supplied novelties of wood, handpainted Woodmen at the intersectionof Fort Myers. David Corbett J.523 books were circulated. graduates who wish to apply Hall Sarasota, on July 31, at facts, fiction and otherwli f
Ice to the surrounding It was organized by Howard U.S. 41 and the Englewood one of our former graduates Mrs. Lants also reportedthat for commissions which time the annual electionof the rounds until they ait : r
territory for many years Douglas Fiedler, a prominent Road. A sawmill was established resigned to enter the) United the library's collection was The additional evening hour officer will be held out of proportion and remit ."
Finally it, too, had to succumb citizen of Venice. 'II
at that point. States armed cervices as a increasing monthly with S71 are designed to accommodatehigh misleading Information.
to progress and electric re The Marine Machine commissioned officer. To ; both 1
Ways Florida limestone of a very new books recently added, school graduates, ,
frigeration.One Shop under the management ol good quality was also found in take their places we have making a total of 1,331 books male and female Interested In ObituaryALICE FOR HYDROPONICS B ,
of the earliest companies L. A. Clrou, soon gained a Venice from three to six feet James Rogers from West acquired since January. A total the Air Force college tuition WILLISTON. Fla. (Ap)
to locate in Venice was a prominent place in the industrial below the surface and a shallow Virginia Miss Era Neighbors of 1,258 users registration! assistance program. G. NAWN Homesites with a b<
branch of the Shearman Con- section Although specializing quarry was established from Clarksville. Tenn., have been made during! that Regular hours at the recruitIng by: A 12 by 24 foot plait ,
I in welding and blacksmithing east of the city.A and John Fedlson from Sara- period with 235 registered borrowers office on weekdays are Alice G. Nawn, 64, of 222 greenhouse is provided to! i
-FREE- work this firm also shell-sand that made a .->ta. James Somers will, still during June. from Sam. until 5pm.Electricity Shumock Ave., North Port each one-acre plot being 0th!,
had a complete ornamentalIron concrete testing five per cent be on the job and win be in Charlotte, died Wednesday at ed at WOlIston, south of Ci
ENGINE ANALYSIS and structural steel de- higher than sand was also easily charge< of biology. Miss She said that a substantial Venice Hospital.She esville, to prospective settle
Register For partment. Auto parts, plumbing available in the various Neighbors will have the physics increase of was noted books In borrowedIn the number Use made her home In NPC who want to dabble with hyi

FREE RADIOTO and boat motors were, also bays and inlets adjacent to and perhaps the advanced June juvenile compared with previous with Miss Helen Power. ponies (growing plants wile.
stocked. Venice. This sand shell mixed biology. Mr. Fedtson! will soil).
BE GIVEN AWAY Archery with cement was the base of be in the field of chemistryand months the increased This she attributed Interest .. Up 10 Per CentThe A retired nurse, Mrs.two Nawn _.
Another Venice industry of Venice streets. Mr Rogers will have to Juvenile came to this area years PE--

JULY 31st the early days, harked back to Excellent labor was also chemistry and business. stimulated by the Smoky production of electricity ago from Massachusetts. Her Joe Do you know that Dun,
. . Sear Reading Program and the birthplace was New York City.
medieval ages, in the manu- plentiful at Venice in those Children's Hour bothsponsored n Florida, a good gauge of member of the Chevrolet Is the only denim!
Story ,
facture of bows and arrows early days, perhaps because of The present business room thel1br.ry.SCHOOL general growth, was up 10 per the Venice area that gives R
and archery targets. M. D. the new city. But also because will be made into one large by cent last year over 1962 while Episcopal Church. a one-year GW warranty ot
Miller who headed the plant of the unsurpassed recreational lecture room, with seating< national production moved up She is survived by a sister, used cars sold
1550 S. Trail PS. 488-6745 sales in an interview in the I facilities of Venice. "All work arranged on risers equippedwith BUDGET seven per cent, reports the Mrs. Clyde Beale of BellowsFalls
Venice News "The art of and no play makes Jack a dull tablet arm chain and Florida State Chamber of Com Vt.

boy" is an old expression gen capable of seatln comfortably (Continued frees page I) merce. The Rev. Thomas C. Bed- WESTERN
erally recognized as true. 110 pupils This room "Total output of electric fern officiated at the funeral 4
Only Four LenIn will be used primarily for a meat of bends; U7.Mt for plants in the state came to services which were held Saturday AUTO
For $100 Bill lecture and demonstrationroom. Interest oe bonds, and S23,- 24,615.000. kilowatt hours at Farley Funeral Home
a the business section of It will be airconditioned tot fa commissions during IMS. five times the Chapel. Interment was in Gulf ASSOCIATE STORES I

Venice, where formerly all and set up for overhead I 'The school board proposesto amount produced In 1950. This Pines Memorial Park. e HARDWARETACKLE
kinds of retail stores and home
You'll enjoy the clearest picture ever services abounded only four projectors, 35 or It mm. spend the enfre $505,435 total was made up of 24,702- .
films, filmstrips, and other far kilowatt-hours TSIANKSOw
budgeted bend coastnetloa :000,000 producedby CARD or
firms are left to testify to the S RADIOS
would vtoMtaBM
audiovisual aids This kwtMt tam to .5
I affluence of those early days goring the new fiscal utility plants (both public mtmllmt _....r mat
I give an opportunity to cover The funds win and ) for general sale ... Per tte 305 Venice
private W.
come ta or IMM tmw. Ace.
i general information for all from an unexpended balance and 1.913 000,000 kilowatt-hours _.., wwNs ...... ftxfcm
THE MOST COMPACT ADMIRAL EVER BUILT! was originally assistant treasurer students give students a .N we an Seek. Ph. 481-3516 I
af mills and
I fS6 ; transfer from generated by public -..
of the BLE .
Realty Corporation -
chance to take notes, and to
current enentlng funds, other large manufacturingplants PAUUN& L CIIILD&
and later Receiver In become acquainted with the Wife r..ur.
Sill seer and state matching for their own uses.
Equity, stayed on In Venice
predominate college styleof
funds $115,01.MWage "This amount of electricity
and opened a real estate officeto teaching.
w sell what little ceiling was daring; the new fiscal generated by manufacturing
When placement
giving .
plants, plus 5151,000.000 kilo-
will .
remain at 1*
wing done. His office became
tests I. Q. tests or other
watt-hours sold to smaller Ruberold
the hub of the city's activities this lecture room for current ontrxtinr espen.sea Approved e Approved
type plants In the state total 8 percent
four mills for the District
representing Florida Power
could and will be used. It can ,
over 1962 The gain in these -
1 current len, and 1.53mills
and Light Company, the Peninsular -
also be Used for public specking '
of electricity Is one messre -
for the terest and
Telephone Company and for drama. We be- linking fond.HISTORY. of the advance of manufac. UTh wHlh 'CUll;
(now General Telephone Com-
lieve that although we had turing In the state.
I any> of Florida) and the Venice to give up all thoughts for "Both residential and commercial DAY!$ SAL[ 110111"" .

Water Works. closed circuit TV for this REPEATS use of electricity! in .. /
The other three firms were coming vear, that since the Florida gained 11 per cent last "" .
Venetian Cleaners, established room will be wired for closed MIAMI (AP) A tip from
May 27, 1927, by Styles Scott circuit we will eventually Columnist Herb Rau of The year."To produce electric energy LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO.
and purchased In 1937 bv its be able to use it for this pur Miami News: In Florida, all electric compan-) Earle L. KUtoa John C. Bennett

present owner Carl C. Oben- pose. "Here are some of the years lee together used 1,782,44(1( short CompUte Roofing Contractor
dorf; the Ventce-NoVomli Bank the Yankees did not win the tons of coal (up nine per cent):
(the oldest bank In Sarasota CABLE TV World Series-.1914 f 1934. 1934, 1l.! 023.354 barrels of nil. (up 10 SPRAY COATINGOn
County) and the Blalock Insurance 19U, 1954. er cent) and M billion cubic: Tile, Asbestos and Built Up RooftNoiomii

1 Agency, established in (Continued from page 1)1A'lth "You know what rear this feet of gas (up nix per cent) Fla. Ph. 488-5913
193J I., don't you*" luring<< last year."

One of the other "old timers" the expanded service add- _ . H__ _- . """' A_
who believed in Venice was ed according to the avaUabil- -
.4 Hoke S. Bowden. The Atlantic rr' and demand. :
..afocr and Pacific Tea Company et- Rshall explained to council Ud
Mlshed a grocery store in members that the Installationof I v
1927 and Bowden was sent here a cable system would necesItate -
as manager in 1929. A few erecting a tower at a location
years later !he was transferredto to be determined by 1JJ7DOWNTOWNt
engineering studies "to pick up G
ell lIF brews another city and still later
Orlando, maybe Miami, St.
returned again to Venice
e1/r'/ Y .t.k a.p+ew, ....... N. Ch.ea as Petersburg and Tsmpa"fireschannel a
manager of the A & P store
We did not buy a carload that had weathered the early systems are

but we do have 25 in stock ghost days of Venice. obsolete the WLCY president VENICE
However, In 1941 when the told council mid he
A & P decided to close its that a cable TV system would
doors Bowden resigned and guarantee a clear picture on ,
OR remained in Venice to all three networks and Improve '
operate First & Finest Area '
II I his own grocery store. So color reception tremendously.He Shopping
I: Bowden, now the owner of said the cost of Installing
For a $100 Bill owden's Foodway can really the cable system to cover the .. "
be called one of the original'Merchants Venice area would run
of Venice". 135000. And he went on to -6, DAZZLING SPARKLING

Keep Cool with the neatest The organizations that have point out that more than 850'
communities throughout the '
JI endured from those early days BARGAINS VALUES!
I Most EfficientADMIRAL are the Venlce-Nokomls'n United States have a similar

Club, organized March 29 service. Average monthly I 4 .
charge, he said, iI I about $S,
with a charter roll of 48
members, and the Venice-No. with an installation fee of approximately -

komis: Chamber of Commerce, Jackson said$25.his firm also I >*- DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY- THE MEN'S SHOP
organized Sept. 18, 1925 with
1r : Fred H. Albee a. its first pres- planned and submitted a 12-channel a rate schedule system: COTY'S "COOL SPELL" SPERRY TOPSIDERS .............. $9.95

(dent. fo* council's consideration. Navy blue light blue, white 3 stylet
COLOGNE $2. $J. DUSTING POWDER $2.""e sssswausa On Oct. 13 of that year the 4| -
The Perry firm's proposed 225 W. Venice Ave. 488-1620
________ tame was changed to Venice rates for cable service are $25 231. W. Venice Ave. 488-4776 Medical Center 81dq.t ....
Chamber of Commerce and
for installation and $5.50 per :...
,I several years later to Us present month or $8.50 per month withno SHRODE JEWELRY
name of Venice Area Installation charge; second VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. t
Chamber of Commerce Diamond Stone Set Rings
Installation, $125 per month Wedding Rlnat -
with a $1350 installation AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Watches Silverware Jewelry
TOO POLITE TO COMPLY charge, or $179 without instalatlon Sale* Service Supplies We Repair All Make Watch and Jeweler RepairW.

charge. Stuart Merrtct Owner Venice Ave. 488-3119
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Rates also were Included for 235 W. Miami Ave. 4884473 -
0V The woman spent nearly an I motel and apartment Installs

hour trying on everything: in. Ions. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
the dress shop but didn't seem: Both firms have asked for 'TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO.

Ruler 45" Air Conditioner-Model 454A8 interested In buying. 25-year contracts and would Today thru Wed. Today & Tomorow
"f' "Why Is it," she snapped, cay the city a franchise) tax: OUTDOOR TABLEWEAR- Plastic
I ' 4,500 BTU/hr.-FiU windows 26>/* to 36" wide "I never ret what I ask for In based on two per cent of the JERRY LEWIS "MUSCLE BEACH PARTY"nd
this shop?" monthly service charges Both divided plate matching cups flatware In \ .
e Cool up to 1,580 cu.ft volume The weary clerk smiled and companies also said they would
: s Remove up to 0.8 pints of moisture per hour replied: "Perhaps, it's because prefer to install the cable on 213 W. Venice Ave Ph. 48M909To "THE PATSY" "THE HOOK-

, a long.Of* "Poly.Sponge"fitter we're too polite." utility poles, rather than underground. r -

I' 5 Rust-retlttant cabinet double coat baktd. enamel ,
on Council asked the two firms Welcome/ FABULOUS FABRIC SALE

I e Easy-Mount permanent type Installation kit Included Convalescent ALLEN and to submit contracts copies for of their study proposed before - VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA 30% off ALL FABRICS

Nursing Home any action is taken. Both COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER
OR indicated preliminary DEL'S SEWING CENTERw.
I 24 Hoer Nursing ServicePboee and construction would 248 W. Miami Ave Dial 488-3457
( Venice UStttIf work Venice Aoe. _
require at least on* year to
For Two $100 Bills PONCB OS LEON U'" complete.



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ABOUT ENGLEWOOD What Young People Think

\ '" '. Overbrook Gardens : I

Banging It Oiif' : Big Cities Lack Appeal \ By MART E. KROUPA {YI I" 1

Mr. and Mrs. Dv Foes of hen overnight before they
with Paf Bang 1960 Fal"lew Drive returned journeyed on to California
Saturday from a week's vacation Their plans were to go e>> to Call
Poona (142224pa1I1 For They escorted their eon, forma before returning boIDt.0 ,
tI Today's Youngsters Woody, to the MYP Camp near - a
exhausted had com- Pete and Teresa Giudicl left, They regreted having to go Lieesburg and from there they Mr. and Mrs. Ned Marsh.,
left tort BI H tad a very early Saturday morning back to Leary, Ga. started on their itinerary burn, former residents here
bad attack In late afternoon, to drive to Zeffersville whichwe --- By EUGENE GILBERT, through Florida. They first and flOW living In North Miami
thoueht it would be lmntewas> understand! is about 25 Welcome home to Dora and President Gilbert Youth stopped at the Suwanee River were her last weekend! to ,..Is.It .
attend the P rty miles out of Tampa They took Duffy Glad and the beautiful
you feel the ,way Research, IBM. friends It is always nice to
Ser When they left. Johanna that trip' to Join their friend. you do about being back home. TM Joys of big city life haveno Withlacoocbe) Old Confeder- ie* old friends. V
and Mr. and Mrs C. ;
old gal
V undreJled the Saurbruelr. Admire your courage going ate earthwork near the picnic
overpowering attraction fortoday' -eWe -
Trot till 3:39( sm when ud- old neighbors from Detroit back even for a visit area makes this place scenically -
denl .at upright In bed with lays who were having their -oWe teenagers.Checking it fl delightful were sorry to lose one of
with more than a our residents In Overbrook
typed. Up 30lh anniversary Somehow
t the thought, no copy finally found out the thousand of them recently, we The next stop was Manatee Gardens Mr. and Mrs Fred
of coffee, they always to be
4:30, had a cup, togetheron name of the which ie beautiful
.t : the "riter that special day.Anllca lovely; white flower discovered that a plurality see Spring -a Byrd and family, formerly of
then lugged with shiney green leaves, their futures In mediumsizedCities. sight to see, It ti one of the Crest Drive recently moved i
from porch to dining room soot -0- we thought was a gardenia major U. S. springs that flows to their ranch home near Ath.
as to wake Johanna who (called Johnson drove in and Its a cape jasmine. It lasts so Big cities trailed slightly In 49,000 gallons "oefr'minute Mo ens, Ga. Mr. Byrd who owns'
vas wishing the guy just about got seated. We told I much longer than the real gar I popularity.; Small towns and the Suwanee River 1,000 feet Lemon Bay Lumber stores
l t it a portable was on band it to her we were expecting Mr. Roy ; deals, its from the same lam- farms were far back in the l WEt sway This spring was named her and In Punta Cord com ,
? But
lift and I tote 1m. was Bates to call for us. and no fly and is the flower the flor ruck. after large aquatio mammals mutes back and forth.
for all
called ,
read when so sooner said when in he drives, ists use as a gardenia We are As a natural corollary to once common there. -oWe -
was well. so we all walked out together. trying to root a stalk Wish us these preferences, most of the The next stop was at O'Leno lost some residents but j
At ( o'clock started peeling There was a cook-out In the luck. young/ people we talked to r near High Springs O'Leno Is are happy we gained some We ;
n mangos Johanna can'ttouch offering and they had two oth- -oNo would like to live in their own on beautiful Santa Fe River welcome Mr and Mrs Ron.
them, she breaks out InI I er guests as well, Frances sooner had we sealed the homes rather than in apartments which disappears under ground aId Brobst and baby Douglas
lumps, Asked if she could wear' Morelll, and Helen Greer, On copy up yesterday when Ruth = within the park. They journey. who now llvp on Neptune
rubber gloves, and down ahe' driving in we noticed about 29 Willmott called and said they; We asked 1032 boys and LGl1 ed on to Port St Joe where Drive Mr, Brobst Is an agent
went to drug store to get or more mounds of sand, here, had built an outside pool I 5x8 girls three pertinent questionson MEDU I'SlrTOWN they visited the State Constitution for the Prudential Insurance
lime At the rate the old, eal there and every where and and three fish looked rather their plans after they finish Memorial The first Co We wish them a lot of hap ,
was going, would have been when we got out of the car saw forlorn in It, could they have schooling, marry or are readyto state constitution conventionmet piness here. '
it it at four o'clock. a huge bulldozer standing by. some more W lard cam with move away from home. A there, ,
Then we ground onions, peppers The Bate are having the them and he scooped up eight little more than 10 per cent expressed They then stopped at Apalachicola. MILK AIDS CRACKERS
dumped In the sugar, ground leveled off and filled in. In one swoop and oft they went desire to settle downin Here they saw Dr
inuslard seeds, etc., and were They have the cutest dog, a happy as )larks. Called up thisevening a small town. Only 38 per John Gorrie Memorial The of crackers AP)and- milkat was
r finished at 20! of two. And what toy Schnauzer, two shades of to tell us half had cent favored finding their future thought they'd like It down on ton, Saskatchewan, also expressed museum was very Interestingas a case I i
A & P
i mess! Table, floor all slop qrey[ and white. He Is beautifully died, someone had told themto in a big city, comparedwith the farm. a wish to move. Her it houses a replica of the an said safe supermarket crackers, police !
numb and shrlvled spray the inside with something 40 cent who looked ? "I don't like the -
py, hands trimmed and has the per A Happy Media'sWhy reason gossip first "ice making machine" In. The thieves broko In then '
till morning then to prevent algae from ahead to life in a medium. here." Gloria Hoffman, 16, ;
Now it rests moat attractive beard and is a medium-sized town? vented by Dr. Gorrie in his used milk from the dairy case '
cooks three or four hours But named ;'Pldgey" forming sized town. Eight per cent Bob Fenelon, 17, MontereyPark Michigan City, Ind, preferredto quest for artificial room cooling to cool the drill they used to \\a '
It'i 10 darn good, It is well -0- ---- - Calif, had a typical answer stay because she didn't want machine. The last stop be. cut holes in the back of the
worth the trouble. : "Because I like the advantages to leave her family and fore rtuminhome/ was at safe
1 _-o- home Mrs. Ralph Orchard came of 4 big city and the friends Cedar Key. Here they visitedthe They;, got investigators$100Scientists reported. ,
:yesterday from Sara-
friendliness of a small town. A museum that exhibits and
Harry Hall from Maple Strapped Iota Hospital. We hope she a J Life in a private home was
on our door early in the makes medium-sized town is how I selected: by 80 per cent of the disolavs the former bustling have discoveredthat
I, morning with halt a round a complete recovery. can get some of both." boys and girls, compared with Gulf Coast port. These are seals off Antarctica are I'

told watermelon A friend of .0- Larry Silverman, 1J, Wan. only 17 per cent for an apartment some of the many interesting capable of diving to a depth of
Mi had brought down four, to Tom Reynolds. Albert I tagh, N. Y., specified that his The pride of ownership olaces Mr. and Mrs. Foss and 1,500 feet.
he cut them in half and shared Thompson and Mr. Kessling medium-sized town should be played a part !In many of the family have enjoyed seeing the
them with his! neighbor Nice I went deep sea fishing, over the near a large city. private house decisions, notably past week.
-0- weekend. Trout and iroupef d 14t C(1 n1'Ph* v tly'+ aweAt"ddb 'Those who selected a large those of Gary Sawka, 17, -0- SINS DINE DANCE
I made up the catch. The Rey. ; K city, like Beck Simpson, 18, Montebello, Calif., Lanny Silo Mr and Mrs John Frlcker I!; at ,
The\ Norman Coulons have voids are returning to ,Wasting ) Washington, Pa., saw more job verman, IB, Philadelphia and of Cincinnati Ohio, were Al
, returned from a 3,000 mile tripk ton, D. C., this coming r Nay opportunities there. And those guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray. GYROSVENETIAN '
Louis Liatti, Seaford N. Y.
a Corvalr Compact. This Thursday. their vacation hav-' ,,i who picked a small town men mond Harris on Neptune Drive
little camper created a sensation rag ended. tioned the lack of daily pressures Jerry Solomon, 15, Wantagh, last Sunday and Monday. They J MOON \
wherever it went The as did Nick Vergis, 15, minced no words in why he had been having a Jook-see on FrI. & Sat. lil & Bill ?
Coulons feel they; have put the We are deeply irratrM to Milwaukee. Junior Wells, 13, prefered an apartment. "I am the East Coast an" stopped '
Venice Nokomls area on the I
I West Baden, Ind, preferred a
Mrs. Mary Sa gen of South VenIce not," he said, "very handy and
by telling of
map in a big way farm because he loves farm .<
the Industry in Nokomis a perfect stranger but a do not enjoy repairing things
reader of our column She called animals. YOU CAN SAVE WAYS "
manufacturing the Camper. and doing lawn work. 3
us Monday and rave us an There was no appreciable "'4..
%Inquiries from Flint and De- )
address in Texas to write to difference between the boys On Auto Insurance
troit, Mich., have come in.
in their choices
and girls
about the extra Toas-tlte we -FREE-
With all the new Inter-state asked about. She says she has Fifty-six per cent of those In.
!highways partially completed one, which she brought with t r terviewed said they wanted to ENGINE ANALYSIS 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
the Coulons report a pleasant her from the north and move from the towns where Regiiier' For 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
trip. They especially enjoyedthe wouldn't part with It for they now live. Joseph A. Ralh,
"rest areas" where one worlds If we get a reply, she 17, Wildwood Station, Alaska, FREE RADIOTO
pull off the road and stay had interesting reason."Because I
can II anxious now to have a sec an BE GIVEN AWAY _
all night if they; wish and as and one the same as we are. d Mal ," he said, "I live f i/ /f'AGENCY
usual, are now glad to be back -0- where it would be impossibleon JULY 31st x

home We have tried our darndtit an army far post and from they WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH 116 W. Venice Avenue I ,
-oMr send you as away
. and Mrs H. D. Robin- to: !interest. Hord our someone nearest in neighborwho goldfish.Mr. . 1v < can"where you came from as they .mow.\! ) Telephone 433-2289 t.|

ion, Indianapolis are s down soon to visit Venice and left the fish here and ''eY 'we L re Apartment Unpopular 1550 S. Trail Ph. 4884745IMPORTANT i
Englewood with the idea of retiring asked us to try and dispose A,, Marge Swinarski. 17, Irvin,-
I Iw on the West Coast of of a number of them. Far too k .

w Florida many for the sire of the pool. ,
-,- All one needs Is patience, a
Mr. Earl Weaver of Went- pail and a small mesh net su rfh Y4 t '
) worth Street is in the hospital come along and help yourself. whel1DINE i you i
in Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. -o-
y 1 Pauline Burgess from Englewood f'f'I
1 is in the Venice Hospital.We Mrs. R. Henderson of McCall. '
Road had weekend guests Mrs.R. ,
1I I hope both are improving F. Pennington end her two OUTt'
t nicely daughters, Patricia and Mary BLOSSOMING MUSICIAN Shapely Mary Spoklsh swings ,
1 -0- Alice. Mrs. Henderson now has a mean hip and plays a crazy tune with Gabriel's trumpets, I
Saw the most attractive a brother D. R. Johnson make one of the more than 5,000 varieties of flowers blooming in
necklace from Miami made of his home with her, and symphony at Florida's Tropical Garden In St. Petersburg ','
the oddest thin,.. Fruit pits ing Mrs. Penninfton Is his oldest Mary, who was named "Miss Sunken Gardens of 1964" can IN VENICE AND I ENGLEWOOD
. peach, plum, apricot and daughter. They had a lot of actually play five instruments and has been dancing professionally
cherry. The small ones are fun, swimming and fishing. for 11 years. J
1I dipped In paint, pink and SMITTY'STAVERN
green,, the others Just dried and TRY OUR. . & BEEFEATERSROOM '1
varnished. A thin chain 1s run Grilled Onion
I through them. They are light STEAK SANDWICH 55c ;
si I feather and the earrings 12-inch Home-made Pizu $1 up
are a large pit surrounded by ((25e each additional dreuing) I PRIME RIB ROAST
1 the smaller one. It was food
looldn,. 14 02. CHARCOAL

jI e Package Liquor Store
jI I
I I & RESTAURANT The Trail ft

I \\I S. Trail Just S..of! Bill Phillips Ford Venice: Ave. Ph. 488-9963 .

t",.". WI -


WECAN'T Restaurant S Cocktail: Lounge RESTAURANT & LOUNGE,
.." V Ili serving ON THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOOD ''

BE Ao LUNCH 'from .. ., .. ". 95c OPEN DAILY 6:00: A.M. to 9:00: P.M.

,-.' BUYING A HOUSE? s 3 DINNER from ....... $1.95 Come by boat or by Autol) t
': SPECIALS Friday & Saturday Nights"

WE Ask about I" / Seafood SHRIMP DINNER All you can eat! A

Steal Chicken Phone 474-1310 $2.20 q
MAKE YOUHAPPYI our low-cost
ON RT. 41 N. OF VENICE AVE. ph. 4884317
Mortgage '. ': /
As 'one of owr valued cutoman. t Financing plan. is
![ we'll work mighty : I FOR FINE FOODS i 661 S. TAMIAMI I TRAIL 488-2873

J hard* you'll to leap enjoy you coining happy back. . Served Daily 6 e.IM. to I P-m r* Serving Breakfast 6 A.M. ";

for ell your automotive Served Sun. 7 s.m. to S p.'". + i ITALIAN SPAGHETTI '
BREAKFAST frees ..... 40c '
5.01.Md LUNCH from .. .. ..... .5c
happy we (mow you'll be I :. DINNER from ..... .. 95c BROASTED CHICKEN r
only when you're fully $
satisfied with ourour fRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL SALAD BAR '
.rvlee. cV ewgr'nqn 2 blocks N. of Venice Ave
our price*., l Rt. 41 Ph. 488-4330 Take Out Orders j id

DrIve hi' for vW*. W* jk

believe you'll like the hIgh STEED --. - .
quality product we have for soamerarw.w run COME AS YOU ARE!
The Driftwood Inn Restaurant ,

,' to urge y u bbetteerfaetlBias Bay Vista SOUTH OF BEACH RD. 6N 77S IN ENGLEWOOD

busnestw"f y" conduct our "Food tM It U"Ailll Ills Unto far An Fe..."

Why IIot come In .reel soon 7 We cater to parties SMORGASBORD $*.25 '6
Bill Phillips Complete Dinner served Daily 12 to 9 P.M. SMORGASmAD 1 flA

On Sunday until 8 P.M. >w,
"'Ou 'thlrtitth, Anniversary Year 'too" A I la carte after. f P.M. 11,30 to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. ft SUN. >


U.3.41 I Retry Meets Her Tuesday Noon. Ph. 474-1880 .ve ft Flo Bhr.ns .. pm 474IH i iv
South Ph. 4884787 .
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I, l II ( A' WEEKLY' REPORT BY Neighbors
tJ\Cl. if( PEOPLE . ,

SPEAK eenes these new .........

to the.Sooth Oevmy areat
'. FARMS BRYANT Mr. .nd Mf. W. H. Ms.Conister. .
--- of Florida
-- Mari E 1
I Or TUB A88OOUTSO PUSU .. WCVBEB Ot TKI KO1IDA plies ASSOCIATION To The Editor: of the real advantages they North Port Charlotte, frost

TM"- .MN.rY .... -_ .. .. II aM ''"-00 _I' .. I would like to answer the have living''here. First a wonderful Interstate System scheduled to be open to traffic Akron, Old, <
/ N 11.-1- ..a.nW dl.aabr._ ... _. __ aMWW ess wba.bM bares.A55. rilrh. II" "A person Park who Resident signed"their name place to live near the Florida experiencing tin by December 1964. Mr. and Mrs. WtmKlerrasn ..
and went shopping centers and Gulf of road boom In id Grave, Nerfli
greatest building is the second long-
Route 10
Ia. aM Mal .h.4M.s .sr II eras a. r .nelatM w w .......- on to say, "we of the !
a. Mexico: where Port Charlotte item
aarlr IaMdd..rw5 be eeS.aM.M.s.PawlaM Park." you can go fishing the history of the state eat Interstate route in our stateextending New

..... and swimming a matterof The State Road Department 367 miles from Jersey.Mr. .
I have
7e.r aa4 ono.11N4 B Mlaad AnaaiMatttr lived her in the Park
\ ,minutes and close enough has than $290 million Jacksonville to Pensacola.This and stn. Jim Joss
1\ now more
SatarW Ai Siuit da- A. Fart Offlw .at 1ml*. rwtda for four years, and I never to make it
heard of anyone speaking for convenient for the in road and bridge project underway freeway is complete between son, 1M1 King NokenU. ,

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher the Park, except the Manager. Senior Citizens.: A park of this on our state-maintain Jacksonville and Lake from Tampa

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager The writer speaks of a won-1 l would type;: In i be any much ot our more major cities ed highway; ; network.I City and considerable work is Mr. and M.... W. O. CTMt:

SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor derful profit for the City of sive. Also,. the water, garbage expen- am particularly proud of the underway panhandle.near Pensacola in HIt! Nokomis, Vealee, trey
Venice what profit I. he speak the progress being made on Dayton: Ohio.
ROGER KILBT .................................... Mechanical Superintendent log of? Also, about the city and trash for our collection plants,and free trees fertilizer ., the four interstate superhighways Route 75 is the second most Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Rio

folks looking down on the trailer as well as the us* of lawn mowers in Florida developed route In Florida. It son, 4U ,Valencia, Teale,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county, $9.25 per year, $3,25 per six months $2.75 residents This Is merely ladders and various tools This national system of lim will extend 210 miles from theGeorgia from Soath Dakota.

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $8.25 per year, $4 25 idle gossip, or someone with an for our use The shuffleboard ited-access freeways was authorized line south to Tampa Mr. and Mrs. H A. Ham.

per six months, 13 per three months. Inferiority complex. Aim, he court, and various other activities by Congress in 1>:M when completed. Motorists are IHon, 4U Ravenna. Venice,
Adloone M-.h4... FIe._ .... MnM4 -.. .. plat .Wa.s N..r.p M states this profit was gained by held here in the park for and is scheduled to be completed now using the 71-mile segment from near Canton, Ohio
_"II.. N.. Tee. N. r., Au... Gan -.... 1l1e. raising the rent three times entertainment, and the close in 1972. Florida's share of from the state line south to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bwrttk,

within the past 10 years, plus friendships that are developed. this 41.000-mile nationwide network U. S. 441 near Gainesville. lit Riviera St., Verde frmt"

the electric rates. I would like These arc a few of the advantages totals 1,161 miles Unless we experience some Arlington Va.
. The Four Year MadnessIf him to take notice of other here at the Municipal Since this program was authorized inclement weather In the next Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mer-

businesses who have Increased Trailer Park. After all, aren't eight years ago, the week or t..o. the adjoining 73- rick, Donna Drive, Nokomis
you didn't get a befall, of the noisy taxi driver/ who charged you two fare and their prices within the past 10 these things worth consideration State Road Department has mile link of Route 75 from U. Acres, from Indiana.

hysteria emanating from San Francisco then.. short-changed when handed ,ean. from a monetary stand. made commendable strides. S. 441 south to the Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ben,
you you Also, he would like to have .point? Turnpike near Wildwood will El Greco, Sorrento Shore,,
last week don't go awey. There'll be him a five-spot. Venice, since they are enjoyingand I hope that In the future Mr. Road Under Board the Chairman able leadership John R.of be open to traffic by August. I from Mlchlraa.

plenty more of Mine coming out of Atlantic using this money, to lower or Mrs. Resident win weigh an hope this connection with our Mr. and Mrs. E. Matrten,
Phillips the Road
Listening Monday night to the reasoned Department
the electric rates. Is this the the extension be HI Shamrock Venlee
24. advantages and disadvantages new Turnpike can Gardens
beginning has
City Aug. completed 370 miles, has
and eloquent keynote speech of Oregon's real reason he wants the rates before voicing their opin an additional 130 miles under made the last week in July from Plymouth' : Ind.
And if you're depressed by unfolded lowered? ,
Mrs. E. M. Blbbee
handsome Gov. Mark 0. Hatfield WIcouldn't ion.Sincerely construction and is acquiring This will allow a motorist to Soot.
at the Republican convention and I would like our "Mr. or Mrs. ; Venice from Port
but enter Florida on Route 75 and Charlotte.
help hark back to another Resident" to think about right-of-way on 100 more mile
by whet will be unfolding st the Demo- which must have been the cornballingest some DR. CHET KYLE. Thus, we have Initiated workon drive all the way to Miami on QUICK SALE

critic clambake. don't/ 1 lose heart. It.. 600 miles of the 1,181-mile a limited-access multi-laired LOCKPORT. N.
convention T (AP
oration of ell time. superhighway.The ) -
freeway system in Florida.
been going one long time. While attending a rummage
At Chicago In )1956 Democratic key. This progress indicates we are longest interstate superhighway sale Mrs. Rose Tanner
To seasoned conv.ntiorgo.ns the polm. laid
In Florida is Route
keeping pace with the 16-year
voter was Frank Clement, then and her glasses on a counter. A
cal nonsense which erupt every four yean now Jfersmt to JJersmt program outlined by the U. S. 95. This four-laned facility will customer picked them
ts old hat. Now through Mhretod TV eov.: governor' of Tennessee. Back home Old Bureau of Public Roads. In extend from the Georgia line a saleslady and departed up. paid with

Frank was a spellbinder( who could sway a fact as of July 1 we were the north of Jacksonville south them.
erage, you're seeing what they've bean crowd with his florid number one state in the nation 395 miles to Miami when completed
seeing all along. oratory, liberally In the utilization of Interstate .
lordecwith/ quotes from the Scriptures By THE RET. ED DINKBTS, Minister Highway funds. work
Those who have attended national political Early on Route 95 was
But he fell flat on his face In the Windy The cost of this PI'Oll'.m'lI concentrated in Miami and GOOD BUYGOODGUr
conventions ere hep to the fact that Grace Methodist Charth, Vealee
staggering It will cost in excess > Jacksonville to relieve pressing
those "Ipont_" demonstration areas City.One of $1 billion to complete tr.fflcproblem.. in these two

phoney as a three-dollar/ bill. They are newsmen listening to Clement's) "" .A' this superhighway network in metropolitan areas The interstate 1I

put on by hirelings who raise the roof harangue summed up his performance Common Ground deritood these people but our state. portion of the Jacksonville I"aTi oast i

for candidate march outside stack their thinly: "The Democrats slew the R.publi. Recently I was in the office would not agree with them However, the apparent high Expressway has been
a of a business firm where a when he knew they were cost of building this modem completed and the northern leg ...... AlIiSUIANC
banners, go to the pry window, then pickup cans tonight with the 'jawbone of an ass. meeting of the salesmen had wrong. Because of this he was superhighway chain Is offset by of the Miami Expressway is

the banners of another candidate and Another took note of Clement's repeat.ed just taken place. On the con.: crucified. its ability to accommodate unusually 'open to traffic !

repeat the whole all shouts of "How long, America, oh howlong" ference table were small pole-,, Whoever we are, whereverwe heavy traffic swiftlyand We have recently acceleratedthe
over again.If
process It would endure the thylene bags of soil, and on may be, we may be assured .afel,. rural construction of Route
you are among those Republicans Republican each was the able "Common that God through Christ understands In metropolitan areas '95 and now have a 51-mile segment .

flattened by the Goldw..... steamroller administration then In power. This scribeprophetically Ground." The bags of soil had our hearts and our where motorists lose valuable : under construction in

I you have some kindred _I. who went to said he could hear America been used to emphasize to the actions. I am not saying: that time the urban interstate Brevard County. In addition, ,,
back salesmen the Importance of He always agrees with us, but facilities are particularly effective. 'all of Route 95 between Daytona
answering -
through hands
the Democratic convention in I960 end got cupped : meeting the customers on yet He always loves us. 1 Beach and Jacksonville is

done in by the Kennedy Juggernaut.. "Four more years, Frank four more y.enl"Long "common ground" Our concern should not be Under the best \expected to be under construction
conditions: a
Just like the anti-Goldwater This term has been used forages that Jesus come to our level by December 19(4. Works
after the conventional city street
people Democrats ac-
m departed the can
to illustrate or convey the but'th..* we reach common j now underway on approximately
1964, the .nti-K- y people of 1960 stockyards Clement continued to receive importance of understandingthose ground with him. When we lane commodate 600 vehicles per 40 miles of this 90-mile
didn't know whet hit them. The Democratic letters addressed to "Gov. Frank O'How- with whom we come in- se.k to have fellowship with per facility is An urban designed' Interr'date to segment. larid, ,

nomination that year was bought, paid long Clement." contact. Him and live In love with our move 1,500: vehicles per lane. This entire interstate systemIs
This ability to understand fellowman we will come nearer hour. Vital to Florida's continued FOR AUTO. LIFE t FIRE INSURANCE
for signed, sealed, and delivered long before But as we .said don't let the convention and meet on "common ground"was to being on common ground per growtk I am confident the
l a single Democratic one of the major reasons with our Lord. The interstate system is de- j
delegate footIn
set hoop-de-da g.t down./ It's all State. Road Department will G. McPherson
you Hugh
symp signed ss a limited-access freewsy !
why Jesus loved and followed -
the of was We can expect to be on com meet its obligation to the motoring
City Angels. The Democratic
tomatic of the network.
Four-Year Madness. And by the throngs of .people mon ground with Jesus whenwe All rural routesare < public
delegates could well' 'hav sued their national despite all the dire predictions from both during his ministry In Gali. seek to do the will of our fenced to control access. these four superhighways completing on 1712 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL

committee for fraud for they had sides, the country will survive whether lee. In Mark 12:37 we read Heavenly Father, as he did, Traffic at designated can only interchanges.enter or exit In schedule.In Opposite Kem'ce; GoWeni
"And the common people heard and when do those
no more to do/ with the actual selectionof "The Man we things
Whorides a donkey or an him gladly." They saw in and give support to those institutions Florida all rural interstate P SSJOIt
the party nominee than. the Los Angeles elephant. Jesus a person who understoodtheir that bring about understanding segments will provide a minimum hot weather, other grasses
needs, and the longingsof and love for each of four lanes divided bya just dormant for lack of water STATEJFARIVIVenice
64-foot median. In crabgrass hits its
their hearts other. some urban stride. Name ONIces 1I'n"' ,gnilr, "" A
. Helping Young Men And WomenFollowing There were those In "high" Jesus said "For whosoever areas the interstate facilities

and "low" places who disagreed shall do the win of God the will offer six and eight

is an advertisement of a leading recipients: nor do we expect them to come with Jesus, primarily because same is my brother and my lanes. Area Church Directory I IT. It
oil company. It is an eiample of what to work in he would not go to their sister, and mother." (Mark In addition to a minimum of
our Company. "
"level" of existence. Jesus un 335KJV: ). four lanes, the interstate facilities
oil companies end other enterprise are
provide grade separationsto HATHANTTI/S
doing in all parts of the nation to helpmeet "It's simply a way of putting an arm prevent opposing or intersecting CHURCH BFHOOPAL TMMTT HBTHODI8T: CHURCH
Increasing education needle It around the shoulders of promising young Olympic Champ Kiwanis Guest traffic from crossingthe Tnra JOM Wot coo at Sk LiifctbooM. Ofllaat. : 7.N W PM lay Lass av J]
says: men and women. And helping to path of any motorists. a.. F tar a Maim, VUantilt Wor.ll, Santoai Saadara Sitt ..
answer weds
"If you've sent daughtersto Maw s.ns.. .... PINt Moadar. aloe avm
any ions or the plea: These overpasses are one of ,_IIoIr c..I .t Itt u< M ...... OUMal lewd 8aiaa4 TiiartM. I amaVBOOPlt
college lately, you ere no stranger to the most valuable safety feat . .
Americans so accustomed If believ. do It-
are you you can VCMICSi
built ASSEMBLY! :
the riling costs of education. Tuition rates 'Give us more trained mind to serve to viewing television! that .you. can, Richards declared.But urea into the interstate Y.... Br-Waf M Hntla Or AraaatSaadar GOD Scot BOOM MISSIONA
the nation..* members of the Venice Kiwanis must faith In system awe II........ P..wr Vlaak
have increased as much as 300 per cent ' you have When the four Interstate SeaaaL It.*. .... sweep= lies as Sana
Club Wednesday noon showed yourself as well others. Manly : .
since routes are complete In Wanhlp. II iM amaV
Just Florida
a interested .
private enterprise is lar ..
Barrtafc ItM
a motorist will be able to drive If....... __ ..11 ... ..
"Are the schools in Blaawm* BN*
making ends meet? free end
preserving independent institutions Richards the "Wheaties" good He then pointed out that from Miami to Peniacola without IW la, Ckarlat B.>arfc .
Hardly. At health ambassador after being Babe Zahartas,. although suffering vast "0101i1l 11"-
most colleges and of should METHODIST
universities learning
to our college ever encountering an intersecting ..
CHURCH ._. ........ 5.a... 5.
: the tuition you pay covers less than half and universities be Interested in perpetuating spoke to them on from cancer performed highway a traffic rate A MM ....._ .ears Mines.. w..+r ea.Yaf
"Responding to the Challenge great. athletic feats. light or railroad crossing Jabs Lnla Joaa. ._. tY e... T..a. P.wra
I the cost of your child's education. Someone fr. privet enterprise to which they ," via s 18-mm color-film.. In closing, the speaker cited Route 4 is the most develop. Vankt *.....i slue aja, W II 11000I0tI ......

has to provide the rem. llder. must look for more and more of their The three-time Olympic Decathlon Moses; .Jesus the Christ; and ed Interstate superhighway in lens a. ........ eu ... w....h i5M5w' .. YI.w.Y Paw

"America'* corporations ere contributing support. star emphasized "Amer.: Abraham Lincoln as three men Florida This 154-mile freeway 11"- ,,, rank .1..1p. .,. .... 5.n1...
ica needs to our creative who have changed the world by between St.
use Petersburg on the EMMANUEL UJTKCRAM
I in many ways . . scholarships, fellowships Private enterprise and academic freedom genius to build rather than !destroy -, positive thinking Conversely Gulf Coast and Daytona Beach .SM a Tajataad Trail CHURCH 4SS-4MS CRUMB: Or THE NAXAEEM*

grants,, services and" materials / are In the same boat one can not to direct technology to Stalin and Hitler were good examples on the Atlantic seaboard I. Ckarek aw.. School tea. ..1..Sill, Ckarta.a& L ROM .. ... .of..1.._,.....II W 9ft

I for school end college survive. without the and the aid of humanity rather than of the ruin caused by.negatlve complete except for two urban ,,_.. 1.... ul, a. a. A.6.. MIs1pass. -.

"Our scholarships / cooperation support to destroy by atomic power." thinking segments In Tampa and Orlando. LAKE8IDB LUTHERAN Swam Sthoa ....4554555...
and fellowships have of the other. Federal domination of CHURCH ) e I
The film was made availableby .
After pointing out that physical 4 .-L aria aa UJ. 41 Monlat Wankfe. !*>** *m.
I no strings attached. We do not select the either mean political dictation. condition has a direct relation Kiwanian Edwin H. (Bud) These two links'_ portionsof rw SM. MaMa a Mal. OS-MM Toatk alas .,S* e...
wa.a 5-.... seta ., ..
to one's mtntal: and spiritual Ruth manager of Publix the East-West Tampa Expressway ...W ......., Ids uh a wd..dww MwUa* a-av.* tin MCATHOIJO
. I How To Kill Growth condition, Richards declared Market in the Venice Shopping and the Orlando-Win Sikh CImmm its a.rlnar ..

that the great need today Center. ter Park Expressway are' CHURCH Oil' dais'', CHtTlCB OP TIm EPtPBAMT

: U.S. News World Is for positive thinking. acizo nay Nwas. ... ....... Orira a.d BaiaaatB twdl
t Report recently the retained er w. w.5. -
profits to for Improve A_
pay Like the quarterback on the, I I 4SMT1SfiM
listed the profits of a large number of'r mints and other business needs cam to football field, he said,, we ..Ire, a.uwusa. I- H.... o-w- w. 0.--.

Industrial corporation for the first quarter only 2 cent of national income haven't time to call a ,committee wu.dy.... 5.1u5, 11 a. ..... W.q ,11'_ .........
per a the 1 best recipe for folks amt ... see .... nose ,..
of 1964 end the equivalent period last dangerously low level. For meeting every time B 5..5 a.. I* .... a> 4 ..., .dl.. 0.1_. ........ din a> Is**
I improvement play must be made, w* have to asp Saadaya aa< aoUdva. aa4 aav nt TiN la ttte ..av
'r year. In all but a few eases th.y have are the mean by which this country maintain make a decision right there newly moved to analnaa Inm f a> S.GJUCS

I Increased.But its position In an intensely competitive 'Bef!. Now. Oanar METHODIST at: ...... aa.CHURCB Dark Mom POET' cmAsiyomcsnrECBtB

there I Is more to this than meet the world to My nothing of their salutary "If you are going to do something Venice Sad..........SfU... *,.OaT* au_. rasmESSTTEBIAM*) tMOtOt

I passing .y. It i is true that profits are on Influence on employment and living stan begin right now," he ,M.,-t.......Sarrtalb Si,10 III** .a 0. r.,.-. I.-P'ep Idsia
counselled and then outlined
I ,I the rise and are higher than ever if number duds/ three necessary point in taking It! Tats one phone call (or coupon below), ...... fill a.avMbb Ma, w.da.N,. easy CkJItfraa- lit ChH"* as

of dollar is used the But So action add hostess with baskets .ftk Ad>,H -
J a* measure. the mere dollar/ figure can be : of lifts md q'mrrII DAY ADTINSIm _

: Ii the fact i I. that profits a* compared with highly misleading. Th. profit situation RESPOND NOW1 H* cited Information about tin city, stir in ginu- Pauw'h NLIy II II& 41inn. OALVAar. urol1D: dulLS
the example of Herb Elliott: a ins hospitality, and you'll hav i UMB L Quta O. BNICII Q.uDUIII.
the total economy wags, total output, viewed purely from the point of vl.w of high school athlete who hurt 1\ and delightful welcome. gun'roll Just sass,., Sanrdw. .<** .... Ie.... ... .... Styr Drew
Pmnr rat .... .... ,_..,
"J Stntaai eta TMomr . J era PwM
salaries, total personal Income, nations! the national welfare, i Is not a* healthy ..1m.ny his foot in such a manner that "ton, (MBlM.VEMICSMIOKOMIS Sinav ........ .M. aJa

i, Income. are lagging.In believe. The head of one company everyone said he could never PRESBTTUIAMCHURCB 0.Nerves.._...Wankl.........111..**5.aavSaMar e vi5T.
I /192 run again But he knew differ'ently Mtabtarl Oa.M A. Ears
profits 9J
I per quoted by U.S. News, puts the probl.m and went to his coach for SU. TV. ktaJM V....

I j j \ tent of the national Income the figure this way: "Limit profit, end you limit help. Within less than six Wdco agora say S,.' ode.. user... 5AP0A5/5 O. SlllQUWOODIt. CHUC/

: Sow I I. around 6 per cent..And last year growth. Kill it, and kill growth." months he was able to run the Wanil ...... ..W, ItM ...., M Wes -.. w. O
you ...'... .
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FLORIDA; MONDAY, July 20; 19"
4 I rCE; T"I tO'US' O c" 1 PAGfl f V1s ay1iss

/ Donna Crane Weds Jack Willson I II Vicar Accepts J"; '",! 4 4J \\:

A white and lavender wedding chid and sprays of ctephanoU Tampa Post ',r

ceremony Thursday evening and lIeur-de-amour. '
at Englewood Presbyterian Her attendants Identical (
, Church united in /
marriage street-length pale lavender The Rer. Peter G. Madson, _
Miss Donna Jean Crane of Englewood
gowns of peau de sole were former curate at St. Mark'sEpiscopal
x and Jack Raymond designed with fitted bodices Church and present
Willson of Winter Haven. and A-line skirts Back interestwas vicar of st. James Episcopal
The bride is the daughter of
created with of the
roses Church in Port Charlotte, hat
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crane of '
same material fastened at the accepted a call to St Andrew
, 321 McCall Road The groom is neckline and flowing Into Episcopal Church, Tampa.A .
the son of Mr and Mrs. John
street trains.
-length '
an assistant rector he
Willson of 709 Piedmont Drive
Winter Haven Their headdresses were of be in charge of special ministry r
lavender peau de sole roses, to the young. people of the A
Miss Cell Willson, sister of covered with net, and they carried parish and will be given 811
the bridegroom, was maid of crosses covered with lavender opportunity for-further study 1 t.
honor and Misses Nancy Hicksof carnations and, flour de and training in pastoral .care I Io
"M1 t 9'AI Englewood and Frances amour and counseling, he said.
1 Riggs of Osteen served as
bridesmaids, Don Mrs Crane wore a peacock The Rev. Mr. Madson cam
Walker of
blue silk street-length sheath to St. Mark's as a curate in
Okeechobee was best man and
with matching accessories and July 1902 He was ordained
groomsmen were Leonard
Mrs Willson' gown was a here on Jan Sand' resigned
Crane, brother
of the bride,
two-piece pink crepe sheath, '
thereafter to accept
shortly yl rte
and Martyn Williams of Win rl
ter Haven also worn with matching accessories the position as vicar of St.
Both wore white car James' on Feb 1. He also has
The Rev; William Everhart nation corsages been serving as priest-In-
performed the double.ring The reception planned as a charge at the North Port Charlotte .
P } ceremony and also sang the garden ceremony at the bride's Episcopal mission since ii .
nuptial music, accompanied by home, was held Indoors be- that time k : era
i Paul Weblnga on the organ cause of rain. Miss Isabel
Re will leave with his wife
The church was decorated Olds kept the guest book, Miss .
xta with lavender and' white and their daughter Debbie, on .
a gladioli Norma Owen assisted with the
Sept. 1 for Tampa. He will i, w'tAr.
1 and 1 it?
palms. cake and Miss Diane Riehl 4 "i I
}; k A Ai
celebrate holy communion in Y.
r The bride was given in marriage presided at the punch bowl. Port Charlotte at two services
by her father. After a short wedding trip, .
Her' floor length wedding the newlyweds will be at home on Au, 30 .
'gown was of taffeta and Chan- after July 20 at 360 Eighth St., The 'Madame are currently lOoodolur* ky Bob Obmdort "
'tilly lace. The fitted bodice was Atlantic Beach, Fla. on vacation until Aug. 18 after VISITORS AND RESIDENTS alike are last week. They are admiring the pillow i,
+r covered with a cropped lace For her wedding trip, the which he will serve 01th41 spending their spare time at Venice Beach smocking Mr. James Dinaa of Edmondsoa J
jacket fashioned with long bride chose a shell pink two- teaching staff of Camp Wing this summer, many of them enjoying the Road Is working on. Also a guest at the Stew
sleeves and, flowing into a piece sheath worn with white mann diocesan Episcopal shade and comfort provided by the new Pavilion art home was a greatniece. Miss Patricia I
+ rbM1 ,7a. '. iGa15 tMJI, Watteau chapel train with a brocade shoes and a tiny white camp near Avon Park, from Mrs. Arthur P. Stewart of Parkdale Strle, also of Joliet. Mrs. Kosicek and Miss
scalloped edge The bell-shaped veil Her corsage was a white Aug. 2128. Drive, left is entertaining her sister, Mrs Strle returned home Friday after a three-
skirt was appliqued with orchid from her bridal bouquet The Rev. Mr. Madson'f father Anthony Kosicek of Joliet, Dl., and the two weeks visit with the Stewart. "

I 1 lace. Her bouffant veil of i illusion is The Rev. George Ralph .spent the .afternoon. Pavilion one day M ,
I r K' r ,tn' was attached to a tiny pearl The bride was graduatedfrom Madson rector of the Episcopal
crown. She carried a white Venice High School in House of Prayer, Tampa.
: 1-- MRS. JACK WILLSON Bible centered with a white or- 1963 and i is a student at Massey Amaranth Holds [
Business College in Jacksonville .
She is a past worthy Hairdressers Assn. Sale On Friday SYMBOL fOR@HVlP[
advisor and a past grand rep I ,
resentative of Order of Rain- Mrs Fred Norman and Mrs,
Meets f
bow for Girls. In high school WednesdayAffiliate David F Borden will be in

she served as secretary of her 34, VeniceEnglewood charge of a rummage sale to I
senior class and treasurer of
Hairdressers and Cosmetologists be conducted by Venetian ,
National Forensic League Assn, will conduct its Court 39, Order of Amaranth,
The groom was graduated Wednesday at Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C I# *% tiq from Winter Haven High monthly meeting Savingsand at the Masonic Temple
at Englewood
{ School and Massey Business 8 p.m. \
They request that sale ,
1 Loan AsmPresident .
College and I is associated with articles be delivered to the
9 r6iJ" Prudential Insurance Co in Mrs Trbde Nelson Temple Thursday after 2 p.m t'
/ r Jacksonville win be in charge Either chairman may be call >'

ed for pick-up of those articles "'!
a which cannot be delivered
R State Alcoholi!c School

sr .#A Always "read' a liquid measurement
at eye level

....a us for Insured Savings Account

I A\ Honors "Buck Buckler I- FREEENGINE or for Gold Seal Home FinancingSARASOTA

The second annual Florida sign the field representative ANALYSIS
School for Alcohol Studies will work, which required a great I Regttter For
be called the "Raymond L. deal of travel,and in Novem.
Buckler School of Alcohol her' 1962 he became Alcoholism FREE RADIO
Studies," in of Raymond ; Counselor at the Avon Park TO BE GIVEN AWAY
memory r HC? f J"i:2: rc;) fin ;
Center. Prior to his work in
L. (Buck) Buckler, who JULY 31st ULS L5U\1lA1 .
alcoholism in Florida, he 'wasa ,
died on May 22 in Avon Park
where he was a member of the psychiatric aide and cotherapist savings and loan association d
Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation with groups of alcoholic WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH

Program staff. at Indiana Veterans Hospital aarutw'a<: r sum".arc', -'acs ..WIICE _
Buckler spent a week in VenIce Known throughout Floridafor
the early part of September his extensive work with alcoholic 1550 S. Trail Ph. 488-6745

+ I 1961 making arrangementsFor clinics and Alcoholics 4 '
hydd fit, r a panel discussion on alcoholism Anonymous groups, which I
during an Alcoholics work cooperatively but separately Aprew edadnatlai a K
Anonymous "open" meeting on with state programs to >t WeG d a4dOIft

Sept. 18. aid in alcoholic rehabilitation, te, 0 durW the
He talked with Mayor Smyth he became during his ARP 4 Prod off w, ?yb mdse June j
t 1 TL Brohard, police officers and work probably the best known ae G re '
ni AMISS public officials and civic leaders alcoholic rehabilitation workerin n ,

L -a -,ti.r,....-y --- r, to't to and was interviewed on alcoholism the state, ed nwa a arl ;
UOT fkou br Bolt Ob -I) on Radio Station The School, attended last l y 1

JULIE JOHNSON OF MOLINE, ILL., Venice Junior High School, in September. WAMR. He returned later with year by approximately 100 professional
left, is the houseguest of her uncle and aunt, The Walmsleys have just returned from Anderson other ARP staff members from persons and com- Nkeleon I
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Walmsley of Jamaica Dl, where they attended the weddingof Avon Park for the public meeting munity leaders from throughout N
I Road The three are shown at Venice Beach their son, and brought Julie home with on Sept. 18 at St. Mark's the state, is headed by Director .aorta.w
with Neil, center, and Cindy Layton right, them for the summer They came to this area Episcopal Church parish hall, S. George Clarke. Staff
new residents' from Detroit Mich Miss Lay. from Moline. where AA meetings are held, members will be authoritiesin
and the spoke to a near- field from Washington
tan Will enter Venice High School and Neil, group the
capacity audience University, Cornell! University -
The state Alcohol Studies Alcoholism
the Cleveland Center on
Hibiscus Show Woman's Club Cards School, renamed this month in and Carrol House, HAS SOMETHING FOREVERYONE
honor of Buckler, meets Aug Washington D. C.
Will Exhibit Draws Twenty-eight 914 at University of South >r

Twenty-eight bridge players Florida, Tampa. Buckler wasa
5,000 Blossoms removed themselves from television member of the staff last DINING AT ITS BESTICYROS !

convention viewing year
Plans for the first show of Wednesday afternoon to attend He was community field representative .
NEW the eight-months-old Norman the Venlce-Nokoml Woman'sClub for the programat
Reasoner Chapter of American social card party at the the time he visited Venice Bill MorrieVENETIAN

Hibiscus Society have been North Harbor Drive Clubhouse and had Joined the ARP staffas MOON If you're an ADVERTISER in The GONDO-
announced and Venice area Hostesses were Mrs Thelma a psychiatric aide in 1958 SINGS FRI. AND SAT.
LOW member' are preparing their Thresher and Mrs Selma Mo- His illness forced him to re- UER, you're also a reader. \
plant for exhibit. Linn 11
The show will be held Aug, There were no slam bid and 's

30 from noon to 6 p,m. at the made Door prize winner were If you're a READER of The GONDOLIER ... '
PRICESON Palmetto Federal Savings and Mesdames Ray Lapping, Mrs !
Loan Asm, This is a new first A. E. Bethel and Mrs H. B. Compare you're reading the advertisements as well as tfie , "
the show being the first ever -
Lake. You also the whose
news. are patronizing stores
ALL sponsored ,by and held in a financial -
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GENERALELECTRIC James Wallace Is chapter heart (cooked, frozenor t '
will where you'll find the best in quality and the best
Eric V. Colby ,
president canned) to a green salad, ain ;tj
serve a* ahow chairman and you'll find that a French dressing price.:
Mr*. W. C. Johnston, entry made with tarragon vinegar i\ l1
chairman make an excellent go-
It is estimated that 5000 .along the only'difference Is the low price
!HEATINGAND blossom will be exhibited. NEWS MAKES HEADLINES

There will be 15 judges Hiblscu Member Offers you MORE Costs yon LESS
of all 11 Florida

Chapter' will participate. Swimln870Water e FREE Pfckap or e TOI Save t np, to 40% ADVERTISING

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CONDITIONINGEQUIPMENT Grange MeetingFrank AT e Gas;; 08, I tosuraoc week cr handy
Hunter acting master' Warm Mineral MAKES MONEY !
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e fOR ESTIMATES p.m. at Venice Civic Center. automatic shift2door Advertising deadline for Monday Issue:

Mill Etta Huntley will bean 12 .Mil. South el Venice VALIANTS. 3JUST FRIDAY NOON

charge;.;ft fl't'thmeJltl., ;Afl ; On'US 41 Also other fine K aeerr a1 ... '
Granger are welcom CHRYSLER, PRODUCTS g/Nar111w Advertising deadline for Thursday issue: I IS

,LOW row URMS ,,_e.r.ear.IN SARASOTA ...aRON' I sae. ears ..wI 'i r
at slightly higher' rotes. TUESDAY 3 P.M. ,
DR'S LAMP: & SHADE SHOPPE Ph. 488.5808

., A PHONE CALL AWAYTO es t 9 9Aav
elA11Ne . CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, ';nyl., RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096 ao w ?
burlap parchment, etc MADE TO ORDERAT w
Reasonable PRICES Prompt Service attw., fnevieeq w a ,, I Iemnnret
Gut olio' t wb "Ipl a glr da aM / t'W
744 VENICE AVE., T Afu hunoVedi of lampihade. lit. stock Alt, v..1ot Sheppknq Cenfw at er. 0etau yri r ad 11r1e M ; 7 '
s. sow > I
thepei. sad (fee*: a eppNeu
PH. _.1-5359 Wt Make Lamps Orf of fat*, loft! .. etc arse ryie '

TH V,block North' ol Seep' thMltt ...........-............ galelr rateaa aeing p tools 71. ad tlwe,41 out t ,

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''ll If' ; PERSONALSRobert

from St. Petersburg Whalen drove to spend down! Emx& tnefer? BREAKFAST CLUB

I ,( several days visiting with hli
I" parents, Mr. and Mri. Albert [' CREAMY SMOOTH
t. Whalen on Marlua Road.

I : Ethel Hadley-o.left recently for I I pOO'tr 4 MARGARINE

Chicago where the will lie vlt-
j' !ling with her daughter and I
family, Mr. and Mr. WilliamH.
Quite In Riverside Ill Mr.
II Hadley's grandson, William
Clune Jr., was one of the five I
J students who received the)
I Weymouth Kirkland Scholar dairy specials
ship Award this June and will 1 oc
be entering Northwestern Unl1verslty CIo,"'. Donht

with full Law law School school tuition this fall in| Cheese Spread .2 2laf:i 69 ctn.

the coming scholastic :year.
Mrs. Hadley said he wanted I rilUWr
to see and congratulate him for I Rolls ZX 29
e a .
his excellence in his studies I LIMIT I PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF $J OR MOW
After I
two weeks In Illinois she
will travel on to Tarrytown, N. I '
Y., and see her son William A. I t l i frozen foods
Hadley and his family and takein
the World's Fir before returning Frou KM. tr TefewHawaiian "

home-0-to North Port. Punch 5 0 o:; 89

Neighbors are glad to see I PLUS 100 EXTRA FREE
Norman and Eleanor O'Bryan I Mr. ....Itfa.. DH
back at their home on East : kS9 t S&H GREEN STAMPS
Tart :
Hyde Park Ave for a two Apple . .
month visit. Eleanor resumedher I WITH COUPON!
teaching profession last Pith lye Pm w (tie kiiHw MM*)
fall when she returned to Penn. ,;
vlvania to teach Latin In the I IKiskl Cut Corn . . 310PS.89 SWIFT'S PREMIUM SWEET. SMOKE FLAVOR
Area Senior High Schoolin
Vandergrift Pa. An unfortu-1
rate accident happened in I
Sarasota while on their way BACONGreen
down here. Another cir ran in-1
to them, doing a great deal of I 1 e .
damage to the front of their I 1
car so now they are driving anew I

bruised Volkswagen.arm and Other a lump than on a I 1P \
the head for Eleanor, they I \' ', C
came through fine. They plan I
to return home the latter part I lb. 4
of August since school starts I
there Aug<<. 31. "Hap" says he I .
has some hunting dogs now
and has enjoyed a wonderful |
hunting season in the north. j
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert McKib- LIMIT 1 PR CUSTOMER WITH PUtCIWU 0' $J 01. MOREs
ben on East Safford Terrace t P+ WITH PURCHASES OF $3 OR MORE _ _
had as their guests over the era ..
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Alex STRAINED. IOOJle.'Il.A" 1IOO! .
ander Legoza from Middle ALL BRANDS
town Pa. Mrs Legoza is the edpOreen( Stamps
organist at their home churchin : : Mkitoti..mmt,.,,.*.*,*
Middletown. Last Tuesday, BABY FOODS ,
a.ewe esMml a.r.e a-.n.w
Hubert's cousins" Mr. and Mrs.Aniel ? '. .. SLICED BACON Ib.
Best of Chicago, came ; mmlrm WML. aeY'as Isar
for a visit. They have all been a =. 'tax ; p l. EXCEPT STRAINED MEATS I .. ..
getting a nice Florida tan 000000000000000000
while boating here In the waterways .
and the Myakka River.

1 Col. and Mrs.-0- Ahearn are {? s -... C. "
happy grandparents since the 7
birth of their grandson, Charles ,
Felton, born in Augusta PRIG
Ga. on July ]. His little four. CALIFORNIA ICEBERG
year-old sister Lisa is thrilledto IFFECfIYt IOO .pT'A IOO
have. a baby brother in the f MOIL, TVESe WID..

family. LETT UCEy \ JUIT 20. ti, Its .o ( Green Stamps
Mrs. P. B. Reeves on South .I M.w
Pan American Blvd., is happyto I 1N IACTINI ANTISEPTIC
have her daughter and son- 2 1l1! 29c __\ ANY SIZImint
in-law, Lt. and Mrs. John R. hds. I'Ijl M. as, ISM '
Baals and their children. Julie a -
and John Jr., here for a two- _
week visit. Lt Buts recently i e a
received his masters degree at
Princeton University and will Nescafe limit 1 please 100
be stationed at Jacksonville
where he will serve as a Navy 79c .hi Green Stamps
'jet pilot. Instant Coffee :: I wM er etarebI
Mrs. William E. Go left I
Tuesday to return home to Atlanta White or Assorted Colon Jumbo Kleeiex 4 36e
\ visiting Reeves.after with spending her sister some, Mrs.time Towels . . 2 jumbo rolls 59 e [8000000000000000000

Mr. and Mrs.-0II -Michael CeU.I Tend.rlea' Popular FREE""r50

ner on Talbot Street are happy -

II I" ner to have, horn their on son leave, David for Cell-two Tea Bags 0 e e 48 pk':t 57 sO" Q!!wewrsi1ewmelpsOs

weeks Dave is in electronics LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE
I school and has been stationedat
Libby Pineopple-GropefruitFruit
, Keesler Air Force Base in giant size 59e

I i Mississippi.Happy Birthday!1I Drhik . 5 30 can 'I l o o O OOJ1t9

I Albert Whaden just celebrated Ga. Red Conned A
I his 89th birthhday? last Wed. / r 1 s e !50mlp 050

I I nesday.Leonard Bradley on S. Pan Tomatoes e . con lOc J" Greene Stamps
American Boulevard, was 80 I isa e+aaMon/awdwel
( years old last week and "Doc" Blue Ribbon Canned TENDERLEAF INSTANT TEA
anU Evelyn Henriksen on Mar- .. .
Pram UM Stab M 4 ZVe .

;, 1;a party lus Road in honor held a of small her father dinner, Purple' Plums 2 2ge Swift's Franks .. 3 ';;;:a.: $1 Boo I --os .giant.M as 99e tea .m-
If. Arnold Nonnenberg, who celebrated 000000
{ his SMh birthday last Swlffs PiwilOTi' Smewba. SpmJ. wBraunschweiger
I I week. Congratulations! Facial Tiiiuet by 2 I eh V
I'0- ,;, 50m"Wa"m-SO j

I Mrs. Fred M. Wilson of 348 Kleenex 2 400etpkgs 2ge H- ,.' n"" ""d l""l". ..
I Marlus Road has returned to e : 1 W( 9fgen!

I with Chicago friends where for she a month will visit before Link Sausage ......... \\T9;: 35 I RAID HOUUTMRMN'BO'MIreg.

I she joins her son and his Tap S..fM4 Ttw
j I;' family Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert tit. $1.15 1 PJ J
1 Wilson and four I at Shaw Air Force VUVV VQOOOOOOO
Base in South Carolina.

Mr.and and their Mrs.granddaughter Joseph Benedict PREMIUM PROTEN WHERE SHOPPING!! IS A RLEAS.UREPRICES .

Susan Rzepeckl, from Berwyn. GOVERNMENTNSPECTED!
Dl, are houseguests of Dr. and
Road. Mrs. Benedict and
Mrs. Witous are sisters. iuh1X TAMPA, PLANT CITY BRANDON
Houseguest-0-in the home of Chuck ,Steaks. .lb. 59c ,

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Odin on MAIIKKTi & VENICE PUBLIXRound
Marlua Road this past week
were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Neary

;t July Sr., who 4th weekend come over from for Hialeah. the. ) | 89c '' MARKETS ONLY!

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GYROSVENETIAN Save IVIore in'64 } Green Stamps !

3 MOONBill

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South pilnt A-inn,, ........ Florida, NOTim OF INTENTION ol ..... lasi "" *mNltBNOKOMie ./ I\
Unwrl Cea* Un of
of or Public Isle offlon Imtruetlea.of oM Sunvlatondent' Tko .._..... ... hareay certify thattkop ( BaNK .
1 mo? be) nbtalned. kp S One contractor eel W cam npan* ... oonduotlns n rofrlireratla.1. oar ot Tealeo. hi oho lIsle ol riH.*oj at :. OOM* of iainiin ool June 51. Mt
..lo. kuelnoM, nt ITM Souta TamlamiTroll .
a of IWO (oOMk IS !b neo
Cook .nolonoai, with ..... basIs a4 .
narablb t Mr. MlRouta Vonloo, Florida, under tho fie. .
Bdwanl J Mhert
iPalot AMIUO *> _oto, ".,....). ttthmo namo ., (UTI.ER RKFRlnERA.: I. .raoeoo at oolloetlon ,'_ '_'.____._.. t ..*..."'>J* \
," Thla .11'| ... upon to. TION AND APPLIANCE SERVICB: and United SUM OovomaMnl aollntlon, iree ant faamatool '"
returol ef th, noouoionta .ta fIst aha that. said firm hi oompoier of the fol.mwUit1 .. Oolltallona. af Stats and .llUcal ouMlvblon" __ IoNf.NUI '
oondtyon ta _>M aiealtaet, ir-rUeo! onekmntnrotar peroom whcoo namei a.d real.dencea .. OUier konoo. j"1: ;
hao 'naltte4 a bann Silo nr* M fnllewotWlbon of :
bid M sid Boar*. AMItlonal. cool ofdoennSont R. Butler, Venloa, Florida Co.o..olb sloubs. (Isoludisi S soau .0,00. of Phdsoas 1aak. _ : I '
oar k* .*_.lMd from **.ManhUeet SarIs. V. Butler> v......., Florida .54 .-.l lt'I'I' = -lfI-"t"e'ii.' i ;'
: =
.. t coat M* by the o..h_ Robert. Deakln, Venice '10...... 55.0 prssI.' .; I sad .. ,
CLASSIFIED Houses No) bidder marHMrnv b.. bid for Owncrahlp, of P.UTLXR RRFRIRK- (Paso '.... ..... ... .hJooI lb I asas .... ... .--.
For Sole Business PersonalsCREDIT neVtod of thirty dan after ouch. note.aid RATION AND APPLIANCE BtRVICI bpb..k: 1
I : Legal Board _..... tko. rlnkt to roJ .k ao foJ.......! .... ...... ...... .... 110. bash _... 5S,551I _
C.B. HOUSE corner w THE COURT or TIeR ('nt'''" t// oar and all bin* roooleod sad t. Wllocn. FButler.. ..'. .. oontrharlm 1._....... sod otnar oooMa ladlnoili ranrannlloe. Mall
BATES lot Move, "11Hi1. SARAsOTA COUNTY. waif o our sod all fnna-UUM ta ..tar* V. h..... MU par sat nromtooo or .... real I ortolo ... . ,, ?? ., ,......
Refrigerator. For Inform FLORIDA 't... Ilobert !55sOi. Sat per eeni eu._' llaallltf In Ink "'N" gemla.lei (ueiloall.OUm .. _
Thund. lion call 48112860.BEAUTIFUL. = CARD 1W PROIATB ,.RW BOARD OP PVBUO TN.STRUCT10N It l N sar .... .. to apply bo tOe 00001 51,50411
charge Ratet, both I. Ibo 1)0110.) oft or SABASOTA. Clerk of u.. Circuit Court .ht and fur "'
Monday EditioN FORGERINSURANCE XU TI/U' H. Woos, COUNTY FLORIDA. Saraeota Coa..,, Florida. to rerlrtor 1 TOTAL ASSETS
and Inside and out r_ BTI Rotnert P. nM. rkolimaa.PuHllihi tko nam.. of sOd RUTLER RUFIIIOlt.RATION -
2 Bedroom, 2 bath horn Protect :your liability due to NOTICB OPArOLICATI0C INTINTTON TO MAM Jub It. to. tt. It**, AND APPLIANCE SERVICE UABIUTR
$1.50 Central lost or stolen credit cards. FOR FINAL ..... u.. prsMlons of Coottas 00501, TtassO *......o of ..........10. .._1-. a4 ..runrglfan* -.t 16.4.10!
water and sewer. Owner DISCBARGB -r NOTtr or TNTItNTIOHTO 5.0-s ri F1O$4.. MIS of 11ft. ' aael oaelan oweelt. af tadMnualo. n rlnoraklpa.Deveelto .
must return $10.000 coverage $38 three Hotb .. KEGIBTBB: FICTITIOUS NAMBno W/TNJDII' ... 0.56. 4.500.550.05fl.psil.
north. Sacrifice h .1,.. lk.. I km tOO 110. lay : = I
((12 word itilnlmuml J price1. Bryon Marble years. For full particulars nhd ..y" flint npart H b ltOe el ._..... do hereby oortlly 01 dcli." 1M" ;Ia-Cosasra.opl (la.bodie I p.51.5; .lsorb IU.loi.Tt:
Word eli 04 Realtor. th. m.t. of Rxthltr) H. RI.... dJ .' than they ere eanduotm. n SecrotarlaSerffloo /./ WILSOW II BWTLFR 11oooo1. 01 ...... 554 poIIt\ooI .abdithloas. tMI.Ml.cTIM
Additional ** Phone 4B8-470D. stop in or call .V*' ..>.. I..... JIM. wr" MOtto. !? buelaoM at III ... RlaHo, v.. /./ CHARLES: V. RDTLXB of beak. ,- .... -.,. ,Mtat '
flMl 4 that M lh. Ilr4 IcoU FkiFMo. color the flctltlouo HornofU 50/ ROBERT SAIUN.I CertlfM e..d afrteer*' ohtni. ot* ...__.____ .. .
Thurida' EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCY dv f Jolr.' A. D. IM4 I will I tpolr BO BBCMTARIAL SCRVICS IIoh, Jury" to, 17. Anenot .. I'. ,.... TOTAL DEPOSITS: __ 'I1.IIU9I
CASH rttti. both Rentals to th: KoDonbU: Countjp jadi. of Sum. aid that .... firm .. ooa.ond e< tho I (at Total -... -Ita S Cieo.liS.5I
nd Monday Edition ..... Cown... Florldi. for >ppr<>Tml .f 101_.. naroenn wise nomeo Mpleoei <. I ISO Tot.ol tI_ sod sarlasa ....... -- 5 ......-.,.
I *. Vnf.......,. Mid final ...... .nd for flnil dlwharmM of rmldenoa are oe follow. OFFICIAL) NOTJCB I 11__ or DIh. S ._ III .bash ._. sad
S. *., _. Mo. IK W. Venice AT*. ",-ZZIt I Inonlor of tko HUU ft Kootlilof: Tonee D. Brown, tot N. Now* StD. TO' I. 0. RI".. .. Co., I.... t Plo I none an Mkor reol I ..... .- .._ '" . ,.,, _. _ _ _ _
$1.40I1 ftn. LOU urOR.n bRS. H. Ways -.. V.lou, Piotds.sotl . Oak, Lena. rooliTlllo ?. K> AND ANY Kodleoaunu' and ntker Hubllltfc for kortawodAeoaalanee. 'sonay __
Thl. Silk
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE fur- ) ,,, p 3I01FIwIRI.lIto Ybodd.. PORATIONS HAVING OR CIJUTdlNO UaMllUel ________________________ 115.555 4*
| word minimum) RUBBER STAMPS made to or Co.*.. of OTtpooroblp.IA aO5ECRSTALUJ. ANY RIOHT', TITI.B OR INTEREST TN ,
Word. each 50 nlshed on Shore Rd. Close der. KysthI.y H. 0-4 aESOVICa 01 a Colt.., AND TO TUB PROPERTY HEREINAFTER : TOTAL UABILITIE8 11.IIT..OI 19 :'
Additional_ to beach. Couple only. Apply Overnight """ee. Of 01.1 a Bwn, Attornon 105.1. Brown, hfo! nor rWHuth .>. DESCRIBEDl .
Taylor' flee personal, pocket or stock. tit N_.. BW .. John.ton. ..Ir...... ((101 Yon. and each of you aro hereby. not). CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (i'
P.. Aim Atl-Cop bps te d- Store, Albee Rd.. No- 488-1432. V...,.*. Eta.pbnt.toi U lo aor Intention. tn apply to "'. fled, to lection T. Chapter I oftho Oavltall (.) Common ......, total nor *..... soIioOt. .. .... '.,
Mine to ....... e* It ee.*) komls. /... 11. July.. .. U. lv. 1M Clerk. of u.. Circuit Court In and for Code ot Ordinance, of lbs City of (b) tttvrft .0oo k, total Sal I none total
rSio: (-r ... taeertfcM (MM S Saraoota eo....,. Fhriili. to rerleter tho Venice, FtorMa" that tho following. donrlbed retlrnbl *..... I ._ ,_ .. ...._ dOI.OOO.OI
L; (.. Mob **-- ) tfwnaftrr.A lO'xSS' TRAILER. 2 Bedroom, Dressmaklnr. alteration, draperies IM TBS COUKTT JUDos COURT mid namo ABO SECRETARIAL' SIR' ta.... I. oald City bar. boon c) Caaltal ...........* I nan* t
....... o-eroej of II -.. .I 12'x36' cabana. IN AND Poe SARASOTA COUNiy, VI CB under tho pr.vl.lon. ., ChapterIIIBU. found .. ... h need. of filling nnd'oroacaeatln Suirruo L1.4 _- 4t6,00tII
...o. for *-> ., .*. _...... P.o. 1773. Phone 48. etc. reasonable 48*US "/>RIDA. IN PROBATB Lawn at Florida Aol of 114k o* aa to briar tho mm. .. UadloUed noflt.? ___,_._:::::..::..._._-_._- 0.500,05; r
I.. .. ...1" W 'M >fl SRTATB OP Wltnme our hand this Ith day ., grade or topographical level, to wltl fUew-ja (sad retlronont nooount for preferred -101. so's I
LAWRENCE .... RMITH. 11oo....., %uby. 116" Lota S .. Block II. Gulf View
"CLASSIFIED! DISPLAY 2 APARTMENTS, a bedroom. Probate Pile No mac TTRBBB: D. BROWN. Section. ot Venice, according to plot TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _____ 0_ iLl.000.Ie t
SHEPARD WOTTCH TO CREDITOR: RUTH So JOSO65TOIS. thereof on fllo and of record In th.
Edition Inch $3.00 Furnished and unfurnished! TO ALL CRED1TOR4 AND PERSONS "'bll.', July.. II, II. If. Au>. .. 1M4. ."... of tho Clerk- of the nnmilaCoon TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .SIl.471.nOI.00 i
On. par Children welcomed. Phone 488- HAVING CLAIM OR DEMANDS of ornoota. O u..tPt..rid'; ';: -
Both Edition? par Inch SJ-59 41U. LUMBER CO. AGAINST RAID XSTATXiI : PUBLIC NOTICB OF INTENTION! TO Ton and cock of you. or. furtherMttfM MEMORANDA ;
Y... aro .0111\o .n' vq.1ys4. ESTABLISH: A SHORE AND BEACH that naleoo .... .....* da.orlhed Awkj ....... or nmtinoa1 .. Hour. llobllltlM ... for ot Oar
FOR SALE OR RENT. bed. 1003 N. Waihlnqton Blvd. fllo ...? .I.l... or _..d which PRESERVATION: DIHTRICT 1INOIR land or* filled ..41.. mrnvated nurpoaea larhidlnf note, sad bills rodUonuntea' aadoararltloo
All etaifisadi payable 'In" 2 Saraiot may. h... ajnilniit tho Wan of I.."fan..- THB PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 111. .* .. tn eon term to the ....101.... of sold with. afrcenent to repurchue ... .__...._ t I."'.' 05 I
rooms. Boat dock on canal In _.> IM. Smith. Df *n....l. Iota of CabettCounty. FLORIDA STATUTES IHI tald within thirty day* from (a) Loan a. .0... nboro on after dfduMloa ot ,.11" .. af 11,NOtl 0
advance a wbli? >hd grove. No pets. Harbor Shores. caD W..t Vl-lnla! l I.. the otflr% of KNOW AU MEN BY THESE PRES.BNT8 til* .... ., 111. first nuhlleallnn nf u... (b) Seeurltlo a* shows nborc or* after deduitlon ofvaluallon .
account nit,.. JOHN T. ""_If A 111. Sarawtatr the u.. BOA liD OF COUNTY Molts u.. City will rooeed to .level no.r,oi af .__'.., _.._ u..____ __-... nan /
Phone 4883700.TRAILVIEW ELLIOTT PAUL /'... Ju4m, ,In tSe Oountr Court COMMISSIONERS or SARASOTA ..4/. .......* tho came and will no.loo I Chark. .. .. Vleo.Pn: >ld* t a Cooh ;;: of the oboeo-nomeA' h .k. dn
IOysys nt Ba........ TlorUa. -Ithln o..n_ ,IneU. .....1" ..... th.t thIs report of condition true ud correct tn tho hot of
CANCELLATION APT. for rent by for ..,..d.. _..'h. f-om. u.. dat of thtfirm of Chapter 151. Florida. Stow dent tOsses" ...1... th.* land c* !... nv .now ..... mad Isliad.
.r ROOT vubllratton of thta. N.tI_ ulea, 1MI, artlnt oo the Sorooota .1Thlo. Cc>rroe -Att..1t CHARLES R WTNNB.:
ADJUSTMENT year. Completely furnished TRUSSES claim, nr *. nana ",eS .. Automotic heat and air conditioned Alum. Window & Doo,.. and In dupllont.t .bill .....* aom hereby. ......... I.. Inteotlon BT ORDER OP THB CITY COUN A. BHASWKU: I I Director.
Rtquwti for eaneeltetJon? II. 1000 tho nlae of mHmeo and port afftooonilreeo M .oitabll! a ...... and ....h Clio OF VBNTCB. PU>RrDA. O. .... MAsON I
b cf Sq. ft. On E Contract Roofing A Painting of th. Claimant. hill bo ....s*. ........t1o. dtatrict. within tho ...."d.. OUT tt CURWOOD. Stale of Florida County of 11oo_ ...
er aduitm[ ,nt oam Tampa St., cloea to store Phone 488.2132 Vanic.TYPEWRJ'1'RS ta br U'. Claimant, hi. ..... or hi. attnrnert rim ., Rays..... 00....". wltb tbo' .boundrim City Kulldlnc. I.......... Sworn to and I .herobyoartlfy .
arror mutt ba mad for Tel. 588.4i4.DUPLEX oh.ll b* areompanleil br n .'." of sib propoaei .....101 kolas Puhltih July N, m(4.IV that I am not .. afflMr or director of IhU bank '
'III... fee, ass >nr .urh I .,,,, or *,. _rl..... oo fullowo, .. sit BOBBY 1. KYLE. NoIu7 PabiloMy .
Tliuriday 6ondollr BEFORE mayo. not ., flM. nholl! b* void. 'l'h"1.\1.I. ?. The orea _..1.1... lbs ....trl.. ......Iul.. "" pir.s &Vtanb... II, 190?. 8""d' Op U..F.'o.
5 on Monday. For Monday furnished a bed. : and Adding Ill fee m.r bo added to the nmourt ofrlalm shall Inchido all propertlm. within\ Ties COUNTY JUDGE'S OOURT
rooms. In Citrus Highlands Machine (mechanically op- and el.lm form. ma. h* obtained! tho elty llmlta of th. City of V.a- IN AND FOR SARASOTA CnUNTY. NOTICB OP PUBLIC HEARINO: ON scHoOl PUDGETPurauant .
Gondolier BEFORE I Near crated) Front th* Cnunrv JfH-"'. off're' lo.. Florldo. u of thlo dot. and In. FLO"'''*. IN PROBATE. to tko ,.-Jo..... of Section HT.11 Plorlla Statutee. 1M1 nolleo Inkerebr
beach. Phone 488-3323 at. Chemically; cleaned LTIK: rRAWFORD "MTTff and elude. thet vroporty. onoompofoed "by IH REt TATR OF ll..n that n ,Qhll. hearlni! ohall b* ..1eI .b* the I.Cnuntr" Board of PubllaInolnietion
fjn. on Thurtday. ter S p.m. and weekends. like new. Just $12.50 plus pan LAWRPNCB: L. FMITIT Jr. that permanent ..women dcoilod by CARL 0. MILLER Deooued.Proh of aarawta County, Florida on JUly t>. IDItl at the .hour of 1:0 5'
If required AU maku Venice ao Anolllnrr Admlnlitratora 50Otatut. the tho Tnutoia of the hl>o..1, ImBronmant .to Fll. No.__ P. H.. In ,". Countr Board .ootl..or! room nt Kit Hilton flrert, for tho .._ .
PHONE Fund to Iho Woo Coo.t NOTtCR: Tf TREDITORI of tf th. th propnrd orhool! ....d... of .. '
2 Stationer of Lawreno* U Smith dlieuulnf with th* ellipsIs Tountr *
BEDROOM HOUSE, unfur. :il W. Venice Av*. _..... Inland Navlratlon Dlitrlct whoouheenuontly TO ALL CRKDITOnS> AND PERSONS County far tOo flacal year bnlimlnf J.l" >, IMt and endtnf Juno 55. ltd whlek iI.
488-3125 nlshed. Plenty room tor chil. 488-811) Att.rny. LATR C IIIoANr. : deeded II to "' U. .. HAVING AGAINST OLMMS OR DEMANDS: .........1.... .. follow I
dren o. Boa 1171. Government for lervlelnt "'. Von lAID 5-STATS,
and pet*. phone 488-6781. nil Now Rtysr I.. Inlet sad JetUoo. Thai. auomentInchdm You sys bss6y .0UtI. sod. .oeolrol L BUDCBT FOR SUPPORT AND NAtNTXNANCB OF SCHOOL i:
PersonalsWe i "1.IRR 1PIorido. both tho norob nnd ooutk to file any oklon *r ....... .... you
LARGE COTTAGE, completely p.uuo.i. tth> (. u ii, rr."N I.... '....... at y..... Ink*. Tko also of soy .kea o.Uol till Rotate of CARL Bahnaa* at Batlnnlnf. nt y. /I/If.
Lots For Sal. furnished. .... Dhrtriot man nloo ....... nl a MULtI, .... lato of iMOiito OsO balms. -SINiSlI
1ft Laurel $u pet would like to thank our Trtnr CIRCUIT COURT OF TRW I nnpnrtloi .. tko. ..Wi...... of O.14- OMwty, Ftorldn .ta till aflloo of .... i..SououIS .uu"Board .f BouaaTioaT; ) ......_ tM.TotTotal
month. No pet or children. rVBUTR JUOIOIAI CIRCUIT IN .. ..... U.It No. I. Bleak No. OHM T. ORABAM. Barnmt. ASis.oassslo (5t.S. IT.... I
LOT IN BAY POINT Kotomis. Ph. 488-4909 M 48J-M19 many friends who expressed AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY I nSroaoti Now S oo mirdid .ta PM. nag. In .... 000., Court ..... atnaraeota -
p.m. their sympathy after the tragic FLORIDA W CBANCBXY Book N. t pa a t-A pebits roeoroa Fkntda, wllhlo. olg calendar. Bailanlti el.115.Tld ;
Mile from beach. Block S.8 p.m. or write Mary. A. accident UTH MATSCHULl. I of Saroeotn County Florida Golden. -tho. from the onto of tOe first pa*. ....,to, '

west of U. S. 41. Value 1250. Beach P. O. Box 812. VeniceVACATIONER'S that took the life of Hnlt No. n.". Bench' Unit N... S. BI..... N... < .tlon of...the) Notice, 8tt Souroai _____ .1'8.6'11'
CLYDE H. CHILDS. RSDERITir MATSmUM th....... No. II .. recorded .In Plat Roth nr demand nraot b* hwriting Local BoutoM Uto.tll",
Make offer or trade for 19-20 NOTICE OF BlIITTol Book No. T, pin M-A imbllo rocordoof and I In dupllcnt; chill etat '"
ft. MFC boat and motor. 48860. NOTICE. Although we have lost our FREDERICK MAT3CHULU odToa ........ County Florida I Gulf th* place of NcMonoo and port office. Total KaoolptaTotal 11.1".11'
Completely furnished 1. 2 3 beloved friend we will continueto '!WI .nk....... 8h.,. No. 1' I... N... 1 thPOl"h add_ of tho Claimant' .hall bo oworn

room apartments and bath. ,In serve the people of Sarasota ... borohr" BotlfM thaI a oaMl its 101 rIot Both N... I neio No.It. .to br tbo Ihall h... agent or hlittornert ........, Trn.fofl and 8oI.n_ T :
I, ohaneoiT ..... .b.on b-cuiht aiolnitro no recorded. I. the public record acooraponled by a -
"wir mtRiniiNr tore eluding utilities and linens. bounty. br RUTH MAT Mlt.r.t. I In tho VXNir BUHINKHI IITIM The Employees of Ills Court of tho ,'..lfth! Jndlrlnl Chult '- Shops N.. I. Iota No. I throutk No.t omand not oo filed choll ... void. The
CALL. LOU JACOBS 4M4MT Weekly $10-I9-$20; Monthly Siraiota and 01 recorded. In the plot bock num.her (Hint fee mar. bo added to tho amount I 100.T68
$30-$55-. Call 488-3447. evenings NOKOMIS SEPTIC TANK CO. norebr .,;ysms.J.Countr Flirlda.ordtred:! onJ yogoro ro I page 18. publlo .....d. of .f and ol.lm form. may. ... ob.toined Initruetlon ... __ .......71
ELK INLET and nnlrod to fllo ronr ift.ft AniwW ofDefmra ParMota County Fiorina Gulf from tho County Juris.. off_ Operatloa of Plant .._ 21.120
474-2569. 504
Seawalle4ate priv- CIS Ar.
to tho Complaint fllri 11r.inSesin.t 8h.... N... t. 1.0" No 1 thmiithNo. FRANK MILLER .R. Ilalntenoic cf FloatAuilllory 8'11
boat basin E. L. Kiltoa mada Road. Help Wanted tool I.ho .... ontltlodla II ai recorded In Plat. Book No. .. Executor of tho Eatato .,.,.1_ __ __._ -,_ 181.868
Bayshore Drive. Nohoml. roOIl tho offlro of U'. dork of tho 7. pure No $7. public record of of Carl 05. Miller. D_'". Filed Cbs... _____ ".7&0
3 BEDROOM CiaasitCsu'tlnsdft.'y.s.ta Coun1 1'.._.. Cot Florida I Gulf A Homer t RRAKWELL 4 BROWN C.pltol OQU" ____. '''.Ist
on ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office t Florida, 01 or before the 4tk oV .' Shorn No. 4. Loto ".. 1 through V.nlce-NokomU, B..k BI...... Debt Service _ __...__ 111.0'
Real Estate water. Nicely furnished A.... long and to oono t oopr of ouch No II 01 ...."',. lit tho Plot Book P O. Bo. ,fT. Ronitt.Ris. I. Oth" CoosOis .000
NPC. Phone 488-3681. wants live-wire licensed real A...... or DefenuM upon Ham A. N... .. pin it, public record, of Venice. Florldo. T.ooadors 4non. (Ja........_. U'.OOl
estate salesman. Reply J. (X. YRW r. 'tt1.nev for llolntlff. ........ Roraoota County Florida' ."d. all of Publliht July tt. >T. A.... I, II. I.... ---::-
> BEDROOM HOME In Noko- Box 748. Venice.WAITRESS P.' O. Bo sin V....... Florida on 01 th.t am Includlnr the unrecorded. Total. Appropriation and Traufort __ _. .... 7.681,7" :.
Wanted To Rent bad> .M dato. oo ronnlrod, hr tho Plato of Gulf Minor and CornwelN BalanoH at Clooo cf Your 1/10/651'
mis. Near water, store and ,nwo of rorMo. sad tho tang RnM of on-lh -flulf. lorlnt .bttwrn the .... FREE- Cash B.I.... .._. .-. ...-._ .__ ....._..U..... 0
poet office. Newly painted, FULL or part CY| !|| rs..c Q,.. If rou da oo on of the Gulf of Meilco and tho Inrmtmento (Steto Board of Educ.tlon! ) __ IB'.IU
docking privilege. Rent salt THREE BEDROOM HOUSE time Apply to Venice Yacht a Doorooj Pro Confoioo will"bo' ontorodtalnol J aforomentloned. oubdl.lalone and u.. ENGINE ANALYSIS Advanoemont (a......) __... ....._._..,_ 57,210 '
or Unfurniahed. Close In. Call rov for tho nllof dnnandtd Inho ally limit of Vmleo.. which area -
reasonable. Phone 488-1231. Dub after 11 a.m. Complaint' TSo natnro of laid (till alw' raelndm that property owned Register For Total Cloilng B..I.. .... _.__ 0 m..I'
4S8-8431 after 5 p.m. 10 for dl....... .by tho U. S. Government and preo-

Male It lo henS. ordorol th.t this Notloo SPOIl occupied .by the U. S. C..., FREE RADIOTO Total Appropriation TrI..,... tad Balance* $1,470,007
Houses For Sale Help Wanted hall ... aublloaod oaoo a wook for Guard aa a Loran ..tIoa. All of tbo.
Misc. For Sale tow oonooeuUro wo.ko I. tho VralooGondollrr. shops .....\\bod propcrtlei Ho In ooo-
a nowiinooor milillihod S.LSSao.uRt7EiS.641..D4'tcv4R. II... <..-.-'....-ll and It In Town, BE GIVEN AWAY DISTRICT BOND INTEREST AND limING FUNDS \
Worth .....__.. ..moral JULY 3 lit "
t. toatfNCIippotattninl. !- olmilaUon.Wlrnn occtloM 1-lt-ll and S4 I. TownihlpIt 100an_ U 55ulsoios. oC T.lIff
P. 0. ... U. TenUo. World' number one camping men who would like to learn m, bond"s. Cl..* of i..14 South and Bonn IS Beet ot thoKtato RaoopOs Ta's .... .... .--- ... .... 455.115
trailer Now also number one boat building trade Phone (Iroalt. Court of tho Twelfth Judicial of Florida "
OWNER HAD TO MOVEI! Mutt Sarasota B6A-25S2 Circuit la and for Saraeota Coun... Bubjeet t. public ..... to br WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH Tool Rirnls Rofansa mad ......... _
in the Sarasota area. All Florida on tho IRiS Si, of Juno, 1>*4. held at tho City Roll In tho ell, of
sell I 2 bedroom tile bath, aluminum pulls up and downin W. A. WYNNE v..I... Plneld, ... .. 1000 a.... on tho Appopriotin.'
built-in stove, nicely landscipia Female Help Wanted Clerk of tho Urrult Court, Roll der of Aunuit, 1>I4, ot which time. Coomsioto I ___..... --0 nOse
double beds
ia minute Two R...._ CoQ.'.. rlorld.B" tho BOARD nr COMMISSIONs OF S. P5y5l05 or POnd. _._.___._. 66.000
county SU par cent off the ground. Sold out of ...." K. _... ARASOTA COUNTY, FLOCTDA. .,.. 1550 Trail Ph. 488.6745 Istorant 00 Rondo ' 151,505 \

down and approximately $53 models. More the 1I..0t" l'I..h. tlnv .. u.. Saraoota County Shore and Cobs ....I.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ lob
some on GENERAL TELEPHONE P.btt.b" Jut" I. II, 10. n. 116C.' Reach Freoerratlon nuthorlty' will hear -
per month. WWH and Korean way. Low price, high quality. CO.OF ..,.. tho ..... and 1..11... of any and all .. .. ,
veterans might quality for pay Bank financed. Come see. NOTICE OF. INTENTION TO affected. ........, either .In ....... orthroi =..:': Ciss.II.Y-:; I/Il/tO Wim
FLORIDA .. ..._
robots REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1. with rerard to thquooUon
as low as $3t mo., down CAMPER'S WORLD, 31,. nnderolffned doM louSy. ....It, of whether tho pronoeed die. .ii
payment as low a* $230. Full 100 N. Washington Blvd. YOUNG WOMAN; hat he h nnductlnf" a Homo Apvll.nco trill .hall or ....n not be oiUbllihod.
Price 9995. bVrvloo buolnoM at ID Artylo. Rd. All t.. ..... sod nffectM pereono era IA
Chip Johnson (Opposite Mall Bros.) Vonloo, Fla.. ander tho flctltlouo noml 'In.lted .. ... preient Written oom. Ill BUDGET FOR BOND CONSTRUCTION
Realtor. 306 W. Venice Ave., Sarasota Fla. Accepting applications for a 0' W...... A Jllt.,.. ....1.. and that munlcatlcna. will bo ....1.04 and "".''d. .2..1.10
Ph. 488-2241 Branch office, position as general clerk in our aid firm la Knpoood of tho followinglenom ..... Tho public hearing may bo oontlnued NEW LAVATORY FAUCETjOndIe Balance at Beginning of Year T/I/14 _
; whooo nunoo and plaeoi. of from Unto to time until all Inter.Mtad RoHI,...
Kent Motel 625 S. Tamlami TO BE MOVED. Frame duplex[ Venice office. Must be a permanent Id.... ... II '.lIn... no perooni h... hid an opportunity / I School. Construction (Stato" _'__ ...' ...___'11'(100(
Trail, rh. 488-1695. apartment. Furnished. Delivered wsldent and high A"hu. W. W.deU.h, .0 Aisle. RL.OsishIi to bo h...... Upon the eloelnt' .f the '....r... from Support M.ln. <( achool Vrnl... public hcnrlnr t.. BOARD OF COUNTY Tool _Ip.. -,-..-..-.-- -..-... 100IOR.i0
graduate. Between
to your lot by Meade the 'C W..... Applto.e S- COMMISSIONERS OF SARASOTA I
ONCE IN A LIFETIME you House Moving, Inc., Sarasota ages of 18-33. Typing; required.Full .Ire I. u follnwi. COUNTY may aetabllih" the propooed. ToUI B..Innlng Bllancea ..d Receipt. _.._ _1101.1.10'''
can get a 140 ft. seawalled, benefits Arthur W. Waldellch, non por _t. dlitrlct upon Ito own motion or may -
3556017. company Apply: It b Mr Intention to apply to the .0""' '' the question ol to whether tho AIP.ri.tlon. (in.ildi.. mid Addition.) ._....10..0BeI.
Wlf-front home with depth. (lork of tho Circuit Court ,In and for pmpneed dlitrlct .hall or .hill not ... ..._ ., Clots .1 YIIP /.0/61 I.n. :'
All room oversized. 2 bedrooms EXCELLENT trotting pony. 3 General Telephone Co. .rooota Ootjntv, Florida, to r.4Tlfttertho >tahll.hed to tho freeholder of tho pro
1717 Golf St. oatd" namo W.d. Appllano ..... poood ..,rI." IV. VILLAGE TO BE: LEVIEDTh.siil..0.b.i.i.dsi
3 bath, large living yr. old chestnut colt. Racing RI Ice under the proTblona of Oh.,.. .. ... FAltfCER tho IMI mieiment roll to produce .. nary"
room with fireplace, large harness and racing sulky. Ph. Sarasota, Fla. OHG3. Lawo of Florida. Aeto of It41. BOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS revenue' for thoee budget for th* .t.ulos fuwal year otis
Nevus 9 to 12 a.m. Monday thru Wit... mr hand this. sod d.7 0'! Of SARASOTA
Florida James 2442 ..
room kitchenand 955-3854 Ray 10
large July" ,.... COUNTY FLORIDA. A. County Support aad Maintenance Fund _
arage. Valued conservatively St., Saraeota.MOVING. Friday ARTHUR W. WAIDELICaublloht Acting a* 10. goraoota County B. Ulitrlct N... t Current Levy ......_..__ 4
July '. 10. 10. f, 1 64.NOTICB Shore and Beach Pnoenrattoaauthority. a Dletrlct Intormt and Blnklng Fund
at 41000. Owner will wood 12! Each; III...... ___ ... ._....._.. ... __, 1.(I
lake a drastlo loss for quick B In. lathe. OF INTENTION TO J..I. IS 50... AnR. 5 oAt. Complete detail of each oeparato part ot tho ochoo] h...... ..m......... above or.
tie. For In. band saw 20 cu. ft. chest Boats For Sale RBGI8TBR FICTITIOUS HAMS t o* file and ar. ...1..1.. for publla Ininection at tho offlc* of th. County S._
this real buy, see floor Tho noerolinod doeo horehr __Ir, Intendent of School. at lOIS Hatton 6t..... Sarawta, Florida and will lloo be '
Byron Markle, Realtor. freeze, 2 SACRIFICE 10.1 bo ....Q.II... Manvfaeturernnt .. SING DINE DANCE J. W. MOORE available for ouch publl bearing together" with all oupportlnf ..*-..... andInformation. .
488-4706. polisher. All excellent condi OFFER 19-ft. bmlnoH .. ISO Glen 0... Rd. . ". .
tlon. 488-6279. length, 8-ft. beam. Pinto-Val-' V..I.., .. ander. tho flctltlouo '....... .t PLUMBING CO. 4 ., .
0' Clrin. Air AiioclitM and that ..Id AH .mtereitod peroono Ire nrdliny Incited .. participate' .ta thto pnbll. bearing
BEDROOM, 2 bath home. flash bulbs. vo engine. Tunnel stern. All firm .It __.. of the followlni ..... CYROSVENETIAN Harbor Light On The Trail and to ...... Ii.. .... .1 program and budget. for ohio County for the oniulng ,...
City' water and well. 488-5960. SAVE MONEY on breglassed Hardtop. Draft ono who ...... and placeo of re.ld.ncew BOARD OF PUHLTO INHTrt'CTlON' '
Used Hellotron MM electronic J-ln.. Wonderful for bay' and ao) follow i RADIO TRUCKS SARASOTA COUNT FLORIDA 'A.
I Works AC and re ae... V. Sourest. ItO Glen Oak Ro!.. MOON EQUIPPED I I BY Rl'SERlb' W WI LlY.:
VENICE GARDENS flash. on gulf. Lots of room for chair enloa, .,. Fla. i Frl. & Sat. Lil & Bill PHONE 488-4450 COUNTY el'FERlNTENDENT. .
chargable battery. Like new, Ownerohlp of Clean Air AieoelateoH .
and fishing tackle $995. Phone Puhllihl July" 1$, 1M4 1" \ di
WATERFRONT $$15,000 First $10 buys It. San Dillon,, to follow l 000... V. Bounret 100%. 1r.:
bedroom ll .kl au '._1.10' W apple" to "'. -
2 bath bullt-ta The GONDOLIER. Auto For Sale Clertr of lbs. Circuit Court 5 In and for .
Stove and oven with match- 11oo_.. Oounlr, Florida, .. no-liur tho LARGER ; j
inc refrigerator. Screened old rio.. Clean Air Aouelotio under DISTINCTIVE
Tr-Counfy? Equipment CO. tile of Chipter W.M Low.of .
nnnruloni ,
POrch with i button-down pickup F>ortda/A... of 1111 C
shades. As low as $1.50000 BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. truck with utility bed. Exremely WltnoM/mr. fcani tkli tltk ... ofuna Real I Estate ornerD dt" I

down plus closing costi. 955-S70S clean. $693. 438-2403. tI'I CTOHtm .,. SOURCE D

Drapes included. Water 10ft. ..bllo...)) 1..... It. Julf .. II. to. bed ,
'nep. Thlt week specks/ on 964 CORVMR, 4-door .dan. )
White, blue Interior. Call ph.
MYRON McGLWN Realtor Graven Lubrication Equip. C FOR SCALED RIDS ,
Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 488-2778.. e.*M I bid. will bo received or th,. 1 2 BEDROOM HOME,
BoaM Bf Public Inotructlon of SaraootaoaatA INTERESTED?
Misc. Wanted 98 FORD V-8, stick. Excellent Florldo. .' tbo office of "' 'I/I Block to Beach, Furnished i
tl "* "*> v.p. SoMrfitendent of Public Iiutructlon ., INTERESTED ?
8 84 S.h.b.: p:, . :...... mechanical condition. Call oold .founts .ta the School Admlnlitra.Rulldln 3 Bedroom, 2 bethi Screened Large Lot. Paved St.

_eon. LOU U.COII, _If PRIVATE PARTY wants to Gene Eddy 488-4071. U.. ( *. S41I Hotton direct, BaraFloriila Porch attached carport Oil
clean used household ..... until lit P..... on Tnoo. $7950.00
NEW. RICHMOND Buckeye. buy good, dre.arnaker'ldummy d.,. An,..' 4, 1M4. .. wklah time all H. N. Wffflmers Realtor heat
Choice furniture InstructionRENCH bid.I .11I !bo publlclT opened I* the
Venice Garden size! 34-38. also l shallow 5.5550S om of Mid Board, for fur I OS hat Aurora KERMITL '
tb15. Water and "wer' Central Write P. C. ta.hioe III l.bor and _"' 1... sad psf.n4ia REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH. i .
heat, well pump. GERMAN SPAN all work memoir ... Inch
{lIe air conditioned. garage \ Box 748. VenIce ISH lesson for beginners dentil to tho .... .... ,, of la Afri.iltiinl Agent for Wetter Union T.leqrlpa.Mond.y N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR '
concrete drive. All .. Shop. ., the Mclntook School I
r.formica kitchen. Walker end wheel and advanced by fjualifledacher .1... Saraiota FlorUa. All work ..hall4loa. thru Friday 9 to (t Saturday to I '
$14.750. : .
*. Call ... I. ._.._ with drawlnnipoelflootlono REALTOR
,. Immediate occu- chair. Will rent or buy Ph. 4A8-I49T 12U .5, .prepared of tho I CLOSED SUNDAYS ;.. I '.
J ncy. Phone Mr. O'Heam Charlotte 4281713. Mango Ave., Venice. 5.1 i lire Anhlto Mr. Edward J. 8etM 221 I W. Miami Ave. 801 Laquna Drive I : ,

88-l2l or 4881474. Port JOBS WAITING 'P05. d.' Sntk Palm A_... fcrooota.dt HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 488-530 48M42I 11'.k '

Lost Wilkinson dt BH. anol W aooomponlol. brbond : _______.J "
SACRIP'JCE I Real Estate School. Enroll bid aorolfled. .....k or oaebler'lIn r- -"-, ,lS6.I; :; 'N
LEAVING town. now 262 S. Tamlami Trail .0. I on ._.. not hot than. fin -
I bedroom EMERALD RING 0.0 11%) of tho total amount of -
a split4oJ SOLITAIRE hone
488-8581 or 488-8898. j,
level 110. Wd a naraatoe that tile klddortf '
home> P1' beach rlght4 and diamond wadding ringon tf ..._ th. _I..... enter Into 1 Irs A HONEYI 0'
off with ..' Boord, 1.5.IS -
Beach pavilion I thou contract "
Tb Gondolier Lost ,. 'tsiy" .la form to laid _.... ooavenaltr One acre tractt are now available en ..nd"liP .

CBS I BEDROOMS Florida toward Newspaper Contact 5 tab. ,._e.olrlll'. and Florida woo.I..rate. and oloueeo ro. $13,750 the Myilka River . . and . . ,I ',

00010. tIl"1 bath Golden Beach lARGE MALE brown, shorthaired ..I hint workmen oontponntlon sod THE PRICE IS RIGHTI : ;

'ICtiOfl, 128 Robert St. LOST In ihopptag/ area. Ladles white hunting dogs' Small ..bile.bI1.IOSutOPa."11'" Imuraac by .i'* SRI-..Ipproealper .I.ourM. I. -.1of 2-be lrooms. 21} beth, Florid room, central heat _

wrist watch with bracelet blate on face, Vicinity ... witll lb.. ..rop.d b"l"$ end olsuS rontali.Call I "
iiA gold aurel. M belch) right, wonderful view of Gulf. Owner trant- We are In desperate Mad of 3 _ _
VJNQ 00 reward 408-1436 ronnonoo and .arment tjo sot.'
TOWN win ..eo.tifice band. Call 488-11938 or :
"k type foui.Oy to eald 541,1 to tho full .sou.t f.rred. WUI eomtder renting us If you have case available. I
home In ehoie: to. 433-4373. i 5. aOl ontnoi nrloa within ton dan
i.M0nvta Venice Garden 2 LeqaJUX1AL 1 .ftor tho neetlni of oald, Boord ot which Bruce Thompson C Rill Cobb I Joseph SWM J
PERSONAL slid < ....... .to ....-. Jf n bid .bond r
thee >Ol1\l, m baths Van I I.i to 40. ft-rea, :H .kj Mfxooted that sid FRANK C. RAEBURN AnodateiBESr .((1
can bel used a* a third ,Toe e Do you know that Duncan NOTIC1 hoad Cloud: be oubniHtoofor. approoal toonn '
*"m. Large utility room chevrolet 1 U the only dealer in t win not .oe _11110 fo* >i.r ..... :: ,. Travlek. Jr. 1500 Main Street.roojtat ooki REALTOR GULF REALTY'
I 'nan* ne ap wife atoinaorlM atCraft.. rbndo, Altorna. fcr
r" neu l porch carport, etc. the Venice area that gives Free 01 of July. .. IMa nor nta* ke 5"R.'caArr. Boardro : _

'"".""_d corn? '... "80HUIw .- aI'''' ve-r "V warranty on. all _. .011I.'f. .' "Os'.*V,. ,,, ttirmdmt-*0 .-. .eowpleto.*, o.dmwbo .**ii-*' 2SI W. Venice Ave. Phone 489-1 MO 488-JM 216 S. Tainlasr" $ rr. 1'. O.'Bol.' 935. : 'hon .Im '

:*" M. phOM lag I.Z 9" wed cui ffUl ;t;:;;. ,. 11& Hu I. .* *C ta.. it>JM> mj_ -.--'-- -J'. _





Venice. Defeats EnglewoodIn

LL Tournament Action

1f 1- 'ylll.ica) choked off a seventh when the Englewood catcherlet tallied the fifth run after his stand crowd standing .befor*
baaing rally that produced live the ball get away. Bailey also single got him on base and It was over.
run to defeat Englewood here reached first in same man- Rohlwing'f one-bagger plated Dalton had faced only 18 bat.

Friday Bight, 7-8, in the opening ner. Jarvia and Blizzard both Urn. ten during the first six
gam of<< the cub-district advanced and scored on wild Blizzard scored the sixth' frames with Augustine getting
f , ++ Senior Uttl, League tournament. pitches and passed balls be- Venice run in the fifth. He the only ball out of the infielda
t The lose dropped Englewood fore second baseman Gordon walked, stole record, advancedto fly ball caught by Rohl.
from further tourney Struble and Dean ended the third on a wild pitch andscored wing in centerfield in the third.
competition and advanced Venice Inning by striking out. on Struble' sacrificefly The winning hurler fanned 11
into the final against Na- Two walks, two errors and to right field. and walked only one. Augustine
ple. two passed balls produced two The final run came In the struck out 14 and walked
Lefty Steve Dalton was second-inning runs for the winner seventh on another walk to seven. Five of his whiffs cam
coasting alone with a no-hit, with right fielder Mike Blizzard, a stolen base and a In the first Inning H* gave up
7-0 lead going into the bottom Graff and lef fielder Ron Johnson passed ball and wild pitch. only three hit,
of the final frame, Shortstop scoring. Then came the seventh Inning Venice met Naples Saturday
Tom McMahon led off for En. Two-hit lairing fireworks by Englewoodthat night after the GONDOLIERhad
flewood and reached first on In the fourth frame, Johnson had the capacity grand- gone to press. The game
an error by Venice third baseman will be carried in Thursday's

VENICE ALL-STARS Here are the Senior Little League Bailey and Pat McDonald; back: Manager Larry Rhodes James Steve Dean Clements Centerfielder then-I Cadets Return From Tyndall edition The box, :

I All-Stars who represented Venice in the sub-district tourney, Mike Rich, Jeff Knuckles, Randy Young, Steve Dalton Richard ...'. singled for the first safety off Venice ... 220 110 1-7 S 4
held here Friday and Saturday. From left, front: Richard Rohlwmg, Steve Deans, Danny JaMs Ron Johnson and Dalton and rightflelder Leonard Several cadets of the Venice campment at Tyndall has E'wood ." 000 000 5-S 4 I
Blizzard, Ricky Braun, Gordon Struble, Mike Graft, Bill Coach Jack Kopf. Crane walked to load the Composite Squadron of<< the been promoted to temporary

bases. Civil Air patrol have returned rank of first! lieutenant and
Third baseman Randy Kendrick from the second summer encampment possibly Captain C/3c Mattox
; forced McMahon at home' at Tyndall Air and C/3c Diana Crawford held for
;for the first out and when Venice Force Base, near Panama City. the temporary rank of 2nd Lt. an GOL-F
catcher Bill Bailey: threw C/3c enjoyableday
Those returning were
to 1st D.DeBalts .
According Lt. John
wide at first, in an attempt toget Rocco Albano; C/B Walter comm.nder.the of
double play, Clements
a Balsinger; C/3c Diane Craw- _
and Crane scored to it encampment was very
ford, cadet executive officer
strict but the cadets
71. Kendrick, who went to C/le David Girard, deputy
experience Lt. DeBalti alp SARASOTAGOLF
th/ird/ on the throwing error cadet commander; C/3c Homer
w4s between third and attended the second encampment
caught Wade; C/3c Steve Johnson; CLUB
home for the second out. a* senior Provost
C/3c Daryl commander
Catcher Leslie Thompson
C/3o Ronald True- 3
greeted Dalton with a double man; and; C/3c Mark Stires, Those attend the third' encampment FEES .,. ,, .. .
and ,first baseman Jon Embury cadet information officer. now are C/3c William I Just Off tee Ridge Rd.
followed with a single, send- Mattox shot a near-perfect Harris; C/lc Walter Pack I South of Seratota
Thompson; to third. Englewood 299 out of a possible 300 at the ard, cadet adjutant; C/B Steve ....
pitcher Tom Augustine encampment rifle range, the Norwood; C/3c Donald Wern,
: .4rj4L: then blasted Dalton'i first highest score of .the encampment and C/B Mary Ives.
pitch to him over the left centerfield '
fence to score three Cadet S/Sgt. Fred Van Pat
more runs and narrow the gap ten, former cadet commanderwho Call On
to 7-4. I Is attending an five en-
The ended when Dalton
got the next batter, second Sarasota Sports a free estimate on a WALL CRETE |lob on your midenee -

basernan Wayne Whitehead, on or commercial building. Only area dealer franchited
,st to handle MAGNUM a mildew and watentain reiistantapplication.
Venice: scored two runs In Group Slates Can be painted, brushed or rolled on.
the first Inning and two morein .
the second without benefitof
a ')\It. Centerflolder Richard Chicago Trek Telephone
RohlwinK led off bv strikingout.
ENGLEWOOD ALL-STARS Here are the Senior Little son, Jon Embury, Leslie Thompson, Bob Arnall, Wayne First baseman Danny Jarvis I Business 474.3375 Home a 474-1794
I League All-Stars who represented Englewood in the sub- Whitehead and David Wheatley: back: Jeff Alston, Leonard followed with a base on Members of the Sarasota
I district tourney, held here Friday and Saturday. From left, Crane, Tom Augustine, Randy Kendrick, James Clements, balls: Shortstop Richard Blizzard Sports Committee will be '
front Manager Ken Kendrick, Jerry Matherne Bob Ramp Tom McMahon and Coach Bill Davis. _.fanned but reached first guests of the Chicago White
Sox Friday, Saturday: and Sunday !
Two-Car Crash White Sox Friendship Flight.
Do :you know that
An auto caravan Friday from
Chevrolet ia the only dealer to
: Injures Three Payne Park to Tampa International -
the Venice that fives Freea ]
area ,
Exhibition AFL Pro Tilt Airport will completethe
GW all
one-year warranty on ,
Three persons were Injured first leg of the trip, which
used sold!
I cars in a two-car erashFrida at Is scheduled to get underway !
Armada Road end South Park at 9:30 a.m. The rest of<< the
You be Blvd. Damage totaled 1200. Journey will be, made by 'air.
may Set For Tampa On Aug. 8 T/he,/ injured were Mrs Letty The event is an annual affair

(y. Gilmore 78. of 302 N. Park of the Sports Committee to
Bird; Ernest W. Adler, 64, of show its interest and good will
Professional football will game will send the Jets againstthe fens and the Internal, and 421: Park Lane and a passenttr toward the White Sox, who
drinking come to the Tampa Bay Areaon Buffalo Bills on Aug. Sin also made a big trade with In the Adler car Mrs train in Sarasota each spring
._ Au,. 8 when the New York Tampa, On Aug, 18 the Jets Denver to bolster the defense Christine Vanderberg, 64, of A number of opening are still
Jet and Buffalo Bills of the will face Boston at Lowell, We'll find out soon if we have Grand Rapids, Mich, available on a first-coene, first-
American Football League Mass come up with the answers," Mrs. Gilmore was the most served basis. Anyone interested -
dirty water meet at Phillips Field in a Ewbank has stated that "no laid Ewbank. seriously) Injured, with head in making the trip should
I night contest. jobs are locked up," but that Prize rookies who are expect.ed and hip Injuries She was ad- contact Dick Simpson at 955- /'
For the Jet, who began last year's starters are the to help the Jets defense are mitted to Venice Hospital Adler 2440.
training at the Peekskill Military men that have to beat. Gerry Philbin, third ,round and Mr, Vanderberg were
I Academy, Peekskill N Three rookies will be tryingto draft choice from Buffalo who treated at the hospital for r
. .without Y., last Wednesday, it will be do just that at quarterback will be sidelined until around minor head injuries and released - -
their first regular exhibition where Dick Wood held forth August 16th with a dislocated : ENGINE ANALYSIS
game Their regular season last year. Wood, who was lading shoulder; Bert Wilder a defensive Patrolman BUT Kruger said Register For
opens Sept. 12th at Shea Stadium the AFL in touchdown end from North Carolina Mr*.' Gilmore was driving
against the Denver Bron- State Jeff WaN line- north on Park Boulevard and FREE RADIOTO
knowing it! passes (18)) until he was injured ; a
failed to at the Armada
eeL backer from Pittsburgh and stop
In the Jets third from last ; BE GIVEN AWAY
Head Coach and General game, will be facing competition Baker Defensive players acquired Road intersection She was
riw wonder!Most tap Manager Weeb Ewbank has 30 from Pete Liske who starred In the trade with Denver charged with failure to yield JULY 31st
.ittr it dirty! It nut. veterans, 34 rookies and five at Penn State; Mike Tall- were Wahoo McDaniel, a the right of way. WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
Nrttui rust particlM.tint newcomers who were acquired aferro, who led Illinois to the middle linebacker; Gordy Holz, (
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toe I defensive back Gene Prebola, TO AND
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you tAN clues. It UII... the Jets' sixth choice from feels his biggest One of the largest plywood Raccoon friendly and] curfew
factories in the world Is located 1 ace
tally innptntivtlrA Penn State will Join the team problem is building the Jets
; A special' horn wittrItsr following the College all-Star' defense. "We directed up our in Gabon.; the principal: animals They lie people.
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